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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - July 12, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday july 12,1871, volume xxx Iii number 28. Earn a. Do. W. Xiv. So to dts Rusf. Rooms at hot Dwellen next door Cut of the Republican printing office. Off co boors from 9 a. To a a 3,1871�?if the Barbera a a halt Charle Morris is the Barber who can a Bare year Bee to order cats Brown Black and Grittier hair in Bis off const of stairs. There on will find him Oscr Gere s store below Mckenzie a just one door. A Montrose june 7,1871.�?tf c. Hobbs. 1 i. B. Amp a. H. Stucco Liitt Ottob Kotb at Law office Orer the Bank. Ifo Trota a. Montrose a 10, is71. Of or. D. A. Latrop has opened an office at the foot of Chestnut Street near a the Catholic Church where he can he cans aued at al i times. Montrose april 28,1671. 1 crossbow amp Baldwin attorneys at Orer the store of to. , on Public Avenue Hon Troea a. W. A. So such. B. L. Baum. Montrose March 1,1871. Of. J. A tax Box Xor attic prs Icisie and so bold. Baa permanently located himself in Montrose pa., where he wll prom it attend to profession with which be May be moored. Osee and res Denee West of the Conn Bouse near Fitch amp Watson s Offlee. Montrose february to 187l Law office Fitch a Watson attorney at Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch Montrose a. L. R. It ten. Fan. 11, 71. W. W Charles n. Stoddard dealer to boots and shoes nats and Caps. Leather and findings main Street. 1st door below Boyd t Eton. Work made to order sad repair car done neatly. Montrose Jan. 1,1870. Littles amp Blakeslee attorneys and counsellors at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied a d. B. A q. P. Little on male Street Montrose a. April co. A. B. Or Tali. Leo. E. Until n. Amp. Lab Solo. B. Hacks Ziz. C. C. Faurot w. U. Ii Calm. Jick Exzie Fairnot amp co. Dealers in dry goods clothing ladies and mis one shoes. Also no its tor the great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose Paap. I,70, Lewis Knoll shaving and i air dressing. Shop in the new Poi Toffice Balldin where he will be found Rea by to attend All who May want anything nth Islise. Montrose a. Oct. 13,160. O. I Hawley dealer in dry goods groceries crockery. Hardware. Hats Caps , ready made clothing pain la oils etc., new Milford a. Sept. 6, 69. Or. S. W. Dayton physician a surgeon Tendero hit services 1a the citizens of great rend and Vicinity. Office St Bis re Sidonye opposite Barnum to Csc g l Bend Village. Sept. 1st, lsg9.-tf a. O. Wak Rex attorney a a Law. Bounty Hack Renslo and Exen on claims attended to. Office a Oor Bolow Boyd s store . An. 1, 69 m. C. Sit Tox auctioneer and insurance agent act 69tf Friendsville a c. S. Gilbert to. S. Auctioneer. Angi Katf great Bend a. A 51 i Ely to. J9. Auctioneer. Ana 1sc9. Address Brooklyn a. John Groves , Montrose a. Shop Ovd Chandler s store. A it orders filled in first Rale style ruin a done on Short notice and warranted to fit. W. W. Smith Cabinet and chair of slain Street Montrose a. Aug. 1. Iso. 11. Burritt do Aldrin Staple and fancy dry goods crockery car Dwarf Iron stoves do a Pilot Boot and shoe. Hat a Cap. Far Buffalo Robe groceries provisions Ltd a. New Milford Itortvcortwr, or. Pfc. F. Hines has permanently located St Friendsville forthe Pur Eose of practising Medicine and surgery la All it ranches. _ lie May be found at the Jackson House. Office boar from 8 a. A., to s. P. A Friend Ovule a. Aug. 1. 1809. Stroud amp Brown fire and life agents. A business attended to promptly on fair terms. Office first door Nortof a Montrose lot cd a weal tide o Public Avenue Montrose a. Aug. 1,1869. Bui Otos Stroud a Charles l. A bows. We. D. Lusk attorney at Law Montrose a. Office oppo. Site the Tarbes Bouse near the court Basse. Aug. 1. 1889.�?tf Abel Turrell d7ales in drags Patent Midi class chem Leals liquors paints oils de staffs varnishes win Glass groceries Glass Ware Wall end window paper. Stone Ware lamps kerosene machinery Fla. Trusses Guus Ami Unitson knives spectacles crashes Fane goods jewelry Peru it re being one of the most in melons re Testivo and Vai Asble collection of goods in Susquehanna established in 1618. Montrose a. D. W. Searle attorney at Law office Over the store of a. Lathrop in the Brick Block Montroal. A. Aul0 or. W. L. Richardson pit Simian a burgeon tenders his professions services to the citizens of Montrose and office at Bis residence on the Corner cast of Sarro a Bros. Foundry. Ang. 1, 180. Or. E. L Gardner piiys1c1an and burgeon Montroal a. Give Especial attention to diseases of the heart and Longs and All Sargea diseases. Office Over w. B. boards St Searle s hotel. Aug. I. 180. Burns amp Nichols Dea Lars la drags medicines chem Lens by is afis. Paints oils varnish liquors spices. Fancy or ties Patent medicines perfumery and toilet articles. A pm Quot prescriptions carefully iqd11c Avenue above Bearle s hotel. Montrose in a. B. Burks a of no Atmaa. Aug. 1, 1869._, or. Re. L. Handrick physician a surgeon respectfully tender i professional services to the citizen of friends value and Vicinity. T2t0ffice into office of or. boards at j. Hosford s. Log. 1,180. Hunt Brothers # Scranton a. Wholesale a Cote al dealers in hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware mine bail countersunk a t sail spikes Railroad a Minino supplies. Carriage Springs axles skeins an1 boxes bolts nuts and washers plated bands malleable a sons. Bubs spokes Felloes sea t spindles bows a a. Anvils. Vices stocks and Dies Bellows hammers sledges. Files amp a. A. Circular and mill8aws, belting packing tackle blocks plates parts Cement. Hair a Grindstone. French window a findings Fairbanks Scales Crenton March is 186 8. By the dying boy. The ides of the following lines b talk to have bees really expressed by a Little boy five years of Egei of 1 Long to re dear Mother on the Coo and fragrant Gran with nought but the sky above my Bead and the shadowy Clouds that . And i want the Bright Bright Ecru Bias. All around about my bed i will close my eyes and god will think your Little boy is dead t then he will Send an Angel to take to up to him he will Bear me Alo and steadily through tho Ether dim. He will Gentry gently Lay me close to tho Savior a aide. And when pm sure that Wei o to heaven Fly eyes m open wide. And m look among the Angels a a that stand about the the throne till i find my sister Mary for 1 know she must be on. And when i find her Mother. We will go away alone. And i will Tell her that we be mourned All the while she has been gone of i shall be delighted to hear her speak again though i know Shell new or return to us to ask her would be vain Bohi put my arms around her and look into her eyes and remember All i said to her and All her Sweet replies. And then i ask the Angel to take me Back to you hell Bear me slow and steadily. Down through the Ether Blue. And you la Only think dear Mother i have been out at play and have gone to sleep beneath a tree this sultry summer Day. The cottage emigrants Farewell. By mib3 Agnes Strickland. In a Lone Mossy Dingle by Green Trees overhung their wild song of sorrow three Higland maids Sung a who were doomed with their people to exile to roam Over the Stormy Atlantic to seek for a Home. For the Hearth s of their lathers by wants chilling hand had been sternly extinguished that mom in the land. And they came for the last time. All weeping to bring the Cool gushing Waters from that pleasant Spring. It was piteous to see How their Sweet eyes grew dim with their Cut flowing tears As they Hung Over its brim. And looked their Farewell to that Beautiful spot. Endeared by those ties which could never be forgot. And Oft from their vessels replenished in vain they restore the pore Stream to the Fountain again As fondly they lingered. And loth to depart they sobbed Forth their grief in the anguish of heart w dear Fountain of our native Glen far hence we Are doomed to go and soon for other urns Hon ours thy Crystal streams Wal flow. U thy snowy lilies still will Bloom on this delightful spot Sweet Fountain of our native Glen 1 though we behold them not u and thou wet from thy sparkling soft t still softly m Arm or on. When those who love thy voice to Bear. To other lands have gone. M dear Fountain of our native Glen beloved by us in vain. That pleasant sound shall never glad Oor pensive eare again. A dear Fountain of our native Glen which we no More must View. With breaking hearts thy children pour their Long their last improved Hubbard patronize Hose manufacture changeable Speed and doable drug wheel it holds the great new York state National Premium i a soothe great Ohio National premiums held at mass Field in 1870. And the Pennsylvania Maryland and Virginia first Premium j tho gearing u simple Eom Paet removed entirely from the drive wheels and enclosed in a neat Cue. A the Centre of the machine effectually securing u cram grit and unit. The operation can be changed instantly Trosy a High a peed to one a third a lower without Stop that �?�49pp�?T ins itself to bad places and Light and heavy grass. One cutting apparatus is perfect. No broke and Cas no knife Mesa. It it beyond doubt the Atra Sgeng pm tic and _ a a inf amp to girl in response to the California cry a a cose Orer and Many no a says a a Send along your tickets if Yon mean what Yon say r a one incident connected with the burial of or. W. W. Sharp of Norfolk a is deserving of mention. To body of the deceased was borne to the grave by eight coloured men former slaves of or. Sharp who desired to testify in this manner their love and respect for their old master. three cents left a said a Loafer a a so ill buy a paper with a a what paper will Yon tiny a Friend Enricos to learn the literary taste of Bis acquaintance a a paper of tobacco a replied the Loafer. A Thomas Jefferson when minister to France being presented at court some eminent functionary remarked a Lyon replace or. Franklin a i succeed him was or. Jefferson a prompt reply a a no Man can replace a the Driver of a Wagon engaged in drawing blasting material to the amp Yoac Tunnel was discovered by the superintendent coolly smoking Nis pipe on the top of 3,500 pounds of powder. He is no looking for another situation. A the writer of an obit any notice of an estimable lady says that the bereaved husband was m hardly Able to Bear the do Mise of his wife a imagine his disc nil on Reading in print that the bereaved Basr band was Quot hardly Able to Wear the Chemise of his the Mississippi has raised one foot when it raises the other it will to baby rim Pett Fanran. A thousand jpocsd9 and a wife. Or. Horatio Holt was a Bachelor aged thirty years or thereabouts and possessed of a Fortuno which yielded an amount at interest not Only to maintain himself in comfortable circumstances without work but also to allow him to add yearly to the principal the sum of a Hundred and Twenty pounds. This he was considered to be independently wealthy and was looked non of a very handsome and excellent Young Man by various Quot disinterested Papas and mammas whose daughters were of about to right age to begin to think of a wedded among other peculiarities to which or. Holt was attached or which were attached to him was the very sceptical idea that there was not or Ever had been such an improbable thing in existence As love. He believed in that Matrimony of Well of other i Matt Ora All Puoplo were actuated by motives of self interest hence he regarded with suspicion All females who approached him. 3 a for a mattered he a they Are after my Money and done to much care How they get it they would like to marry me confound edly Well. One Day Horatio was sitting in the sit Ting room of his Chambers with his feet occupying a comfortable position on the table Ana be himself reclining Back in an easy chair alternately enjoying the flavor of a Choice Cigar and partaking in genteel sips of the contents of a wineglass supposed to contain the a pore genuine and Only while a a occupying this position which is Well known to be i eds although he hated to dread Nelly to z i a knowledge to himself that there Ruht the masculine gender and which of coarse confers an immense amount of credit on the sex he was considerably startled by the Sadden opening of the door and the unceremonious Entrance of the maid of All work who bore in. Her hand a letter which she stated the Post Ryan had Jast that moment left. A a confound tho girl a Baid or. Holt when alone As he Broko the Seal. A she might Hare Giren a Little warning before sho intruded upon the Sanctity of my solitary feast i bad my feet somewhat elevated into the upper regions and in a a sinner if she done to report the same to the Landlady. However open a sesame a and a the completion of this speech was lost by reason of or. Holt at this instant becoming deeply absorbed in the contents of his epistle a verbatim copy of which we take the Liberty to make Public. A dec. 8th, 18�? a a co Sis will soon be Here and we want Yon to come and spend the holidays with us. We Bare invited several friends whom you knew in Days gone by and we shall have an excellent Timo. There is a very Beautiful and accomplished Young lady mend of ones who lives in the second or third Village beyond you who will to Bure to be Here. We Are sure you will be pleased to make her acquaintance. Perhaps Yon will fall in love with her. Just think of it a crusty old Bach like you falling in love we most humbly beg your Pardon if these lines offend you but you must surely coma with sincerity your cousins be key and Sophy Stewart. P. sends regards and says that Bankers Here arc paving one per cent higher interest than to Bankers with whom you Deposit he says you had better bring some Money and invest it Here. Yours once More John and Sophy. Or. Holt carefully perused this letter four distinct times and then folding it with great precision thoughtfully and deliberately inserted it in the envelope and put both in his pocket a the immortal Homer has asserted in his never dying Iliad that the Best part of woman s letter is the postscript a said or. Holt half aloud As he resumed his Cigar and scientifically blew a Clond into the air. A a the famous old fellow. It is certainly very True in this Casa let me see if i visit my excellent cousins and take with me thousand pounds i shall get one per cent More interest which is just ten pounds quite a gain. I shall surely have to pass the holidays with my dearly beloved cousins for whom of course i entertain the highest regard and affection. Of i love them dearly and the ten pounds too As for the Youmg lady they Are going to have there i la Tench her she can to get me in spite of All the Beauty she May bring to Bear Well 1 will pack my Valise take no Roy bed draw a thousand and then take the train which will leave in exactly two hours from this Tima when the two hours bad elapsed the train came puffing info the station and among the passengers that entered the carriages was or. Horatio Holt carrying in his band a not very Large Valise in which were what Chango of clothes be would need daring the coming ten Days and also the thousand pounds. A a no one knows that this carpet bag of mine contains a Small Fortune a said Horatio to himself Asho looked for a scat a and if i act carelessly with it and of if i cared not where it went to All suspicion will be avoided i Shane to be robbed and Etc Mything will be Lovely and the Goose will Dangle in the air. The train was nearly full and after a very extensive search or. discovered tent there was Only one seat that appeared to be available but alas for his Good Fortune if he occupied it he would be obliged to sit by the Side of a captivating Foung lady with the most bewitching flock eyes and ravishing Carls that Mana eyes Ever gazed non. A a she is a splendid creature a said Horatio looking at her from the opposite Side of the Carriage a but she is probably after a husband and ill be hanged if ill Bare any thing to do with these confounded Man Hunter a. However is standing up is worse than being hanged ill see if i can get the seat a he added As he crossed Orer to where the Yonng lady sat. A Are you beg your Pardon May am but is this seat engaged re said or. Holt with come embarrassment for Hiscoc Nain Tonce with ladies had not been very extensive. Tho Yonng lady thied towards him a amp cd Ansee fic Tenly loveliness or Tome thing of that sort caused even the heart of or. Holt to thump with greater vigor beneath his Vest pocket a no sir a she said in the sweetest of voices. A it is at your service if it of a thank you May am a said Horatio As he placed his Valise on the rack overhead and took his seat a pleasant Day a a very a said the Young lady quite calmly of sho looked out the window. Yesterday was quite a pleasant Day a said Horatio who had an unaccountable despite to keep up a conversation and was rather in want of a subject �?o1 thought it rained a Little in the morning a said the Young lady. A Efi perhaps it did May am a said or. Holt with some hesitation. A tho fact a is i derived my information solely from a barometer which might have Liea As it belongs to my Landlady and i am sorry to say has caught some of her a a i should judge from what you say a said the Young lady very demurely a that the habit of telling fibs was quite contagious at your Tana indy a a Lyon Are Correct in your opinion a said Horatio bending Down to catch a View of her face because to was not at All Cdr join about the last remark. A the fact is the barometer began to falsify about the same time the Man inherited from his father the wooden limb As a he peered mischievously no into her face As he raid this and she glancing quickly at him for an instant turned aside her head and burst into the most Rons Jeal laugh that Ever completed the Conquest of a Many a heart then she blushed so rosily and looked so pretty and bewitching that or. Holt was oblige Quot a a might be something in love after All and that this getting married was not such a tory great Humbug As he had tried to make out it was especially when the Bride had roguish Black eyes and wore such captivating curls. In Short we find that a strict adherence to truth compels us to record the fact that or. Horatio Holt the crusty old Bachelor who had no Faith in womankind was about though not in item a Over head and ears in love with the Sweet dear irresistible Little Witch whom Accident had placed by his Side of Bis journey to the City. In half an hour after having first spoken to the Young lady Horatio Felt so much at Home that he chatted a Ait freely with his fair companion and even went so far As to give her Bis Confidence and impart the information that he was going to the City to spend the holidays with some relatives and did not expect to be Back for ten or twelve Days at least. Now it happened As a very remarkable coincidence that the Young lady was also going to tho City to spend tho holidays though with this difference that it was friends and not relatives whom she intended to visit. Having thus established a sort of Mutual Confidence though it was not on a very extensive scale tier got Long still More finely and by the time they arrived within Twenty Miles of their destination were far from being strangers. A a bless my Long a cried or. Holt suddenly As tho train stopped at a Small station a if the is not the place at which in be got to get ont and stay for several hours before i go to the a a what a exclaimed the lady a Are Yon not going to the City now 1 surely thought you a a in of no a rays Horatio hurriedly rising from ht3 seat a i have a Friend Here whom i very much wish p see and so i shall have to go. I am Terv sorry but i Hope i shall see Yon in Tje City. If i do not Why then a Farewell and if for Ever fare thee Well even though unforgiven a a and so Forth. Add in 1�?� a and or. Holt Yeii my his Valise rushed with precipitous haste ont of the Carriage just of the train moved away. It was about half an your before dinner time that Horatio carrying his Valise in Bis band walked no the Street of the Little Village and stopping before his friends House rang the door Bell and was admitted. He was shown into the sitting room and left alone a few minutes until his Friend came Down from no stairs which he very soon did and they had a very sociable time together smoking cigars sipping wine and behaving like gentlemen of wealth and Independence that they were. A a do you know my dear Vagabond a said Horatio knocking the ashes from Bis Cigar a that i have a lire to pour into your ear hoping it Wil not go out of your Mouth lat Kuithe train to Day by the Side of the Lovelest most divine fairest Angel that Ever hid wings. I could hardly tear myself Aruj and should not have done so Only i wet afraid my heart would have gone att to if i had stayed any longer which is sort of rhyme. By the Way i wish you wind keep an Eye of my Valise for i ion to know much about your servants. There is a thousand pounds in it that 1 and going to take to the City. A a a thousand pounds a exclaimed his Friend starting up. A Why did Yon not Tell me of this before ? where is the Valise to a in the Hall i Ai pose. Anyway gave it to the servant when i came in. A a you Are the Mon a careless fellow i Ever knew a said his Friend impatiently of he harried ont of Tolje room. He soon returned hiring the Valise in his hand. 1 a is this it a a you had better mock it and Bee if your Money is accordingly Horatio took the key out of Bis pocket and opening the Valise thrust his band therein. A a bless my Sony a Sid Horatio suddenly withdrawing his Arm. A a what is the matter Quot a Why look Here i done to believe this Valise is a and Horatio Drew or a half compleat. De lace Collar some embroidery a. Pair of White Cotton Hose and other garments belonging to the female wardrobe. A a the thousand pounds Are gone in gasped Horatio turning Pale. A a Soldis cried his Friend springing to his feet a outwitted by the divine Angel Yon met in the train a in the meantime the train containing the Yonng lady for whom Horatio had experience so violent a fancy whirled rapidly Onward towards the City at which in less than half an hour it arrived. The a divine Angels gave her Tali so in charge o a Cabman and seating herself in the vehicle was driven to the most wealthy portion of tho Metropolis and finally Drew no before a a Stone front a on the Silver door plate to which was inscribed the name of two Young ladies rushed ont of the Hall and affectionately embraced the Young lady. A a of Bose Mellington you can to think How glad we Aro to see you a exclaimed one Raptor Only. A we almost thought you were not coming a said other. A a do a Yon bring that embroidery work you wrote about a asked the first Whoso name was Jenny. _ a a of. I Hopo you dlr in a almost dying to see it a a Well then you must certainly see it a said miss Mellington. A a it a in the Valise and i will go Ana get it to Valise was placed upon a chair and the a divine Angel Quot producing a key proceeded to open it. A Job gracious me a exclaimed miss Mellington of Bhe peered into the Valise. A a what a the matter a asked the two female friends. A a Why this Valise is not mine at least the Content Are not just look Here in and miss Bose brought to the surface two Mammoth silk pocket handkerchiefs and a pair of men s coarse stockings a Necktie five collars Aud two shirts. A a Why girls i done to understand it at All a said Bose a i must have taken some one else a Valise of i know it belongs to your Cousin and us the True state of tho Case burst upon her miss Mellington threw lie self upon a chair and laughed Long and heartily. A a belongs to Cousin Horatio a echoed pc nov. A Why Bose what do Yon mean a a a Lour Cousin Horatio came into the train and took a seat by me a said Bose repressing her mirth. A i knew him instantly from the description Yon wrote und such a a ration of we earned on exceeds belief. I suppose he took my Valise and i took his. The mistake was natural for they Are Jast alike the key to one fitting tho a but where isl Horatio now a asked Sophy. A i Ani sure a Don t know a said Bose laughing again. A the got out at the second station from the a a Well we can soon Tell if this belongs to Horatio for if it docs his name will be on some of the clothes a said Sophy examining tho shirt bosom. A yes Here it is Horatio Holt of my a and tho Throe girls burst into chorus of laughter that rang merrily to rough the a a i wonder in to brought any Money along with him to put in the Bauk a said Sophy As soon As their merriment had sub sized. A a i done to know. I mean to see a said Jenny jumping up and plunging her hand into the Valise. A who Here is Someth i no. J ust look Here girls a she brought Forth a not very Large compact package and undoing it found it to contain Twenty fifty Pound notes. A a a thousand pounds a exclaimed Jenny with eyes wide open. A Why what a monstrous sum and How careless be is now girls if you will Only do As i say Well have lots of fun. Did he know who you were Bose a a a a i done to think he did. I did not Tell him a said Bose a though he might have a Well that is Good. Let me put the things Back just As we found them and when he comes Bose you Mast keep out of sight for the first few minutes. He Wil be Here just As soon As he can after discovering Bis a a Why Here he comes now a exclaimed Sophy who sat by the window and had been looking ont. A vehicle Drew no before the Gate As she spoke and sure enough ont got or. Horatio Holt Valise in hand and running furiously no the Steps he rang a violent peal at the front Doorbell. A a now Bose go into the next room and take the Valise along with you a said Jenny excitedly. A Don t come until we Call you Why Cousin Horatio Bow do you ilo a she added opening thedoor and extending her hand to or. Holt with appearance of great cordiality. A a do said Horatio As he strode nervously into the balk a i done to do in a done. From this time Forth a cod tinned or. Holt elevating his Arm a i solemnly Promise and affirm that i will have nothing to do with Christmas holidays that i will never again look at s pretty girls that love and affection Are great humbugs Aud that the world is of selfish As a hog a a a Why Cousin Horatio Yon appear to be excited Quot said Jenny. A Spray what is the matter a a a matter a cried or. Holt depositing his Valise in the Hall a a in be lost a thousand pounds just by taking a fancy to i exchanged Valise with somebody that a what a the a a Why Cousin How you do talk a exclaimed his fair companions. A is it possible but surely you Are not going away a a yes i no a said Horatio moving towards the door. A pm going to find the chief of police and see if i can to get my Money a stay Cousin a cried Jenny. A you ought to Oiler a Reward for its a a in la give a Hundred pounds a said or. Holt with his hand on the door Bell. A a witness that Sophy a void a come Back Horatio and sit Down. We Ore Good detectives and Bee what we can do for or. Holt with much wonderment complied and mechanically came Back into the room a now Bose a cried Jendy a come in. You need not bring anything with Yon in a a or. Holt miss Mellington a said 8o a what is the matter a asked or. Nolty a cousins apparently amazed Aud looking from one to the other. A a this this is the lady whom i supposed took my Valise said Horatio aghast. A a and this is the gentleman whom i saw in the train a cried Rose. A there is your baggage Horatio a said Jenny bringing ont the Valise. A a see if your Money is Safe a a a a it is a Ned or. Holt joyously As he examined it. A a Here is your a no no we Don t want anything a exclaimed the two girls both give it to Rose a a a give it to Bose a said Horatio looking at her thoughtfully. A a Well i will and 111 speak to her also if you two girls will leave the room. They left accordingly. A a now miss Mellington a said Horatio when they were alone a i did you the injustice to suppose that Yon captured my property will Yon forgive me a a stes a yes or. A a a and that the mistake May never of end again i hereby respectfully invite von to change your name to Holt a said Horatio with an air of great importance. A a so very sudden or. Holt that really sho hesitated blushing very bewitch Ingle and looked More Lovely than Ever. A a so is this very Sadden a said Horatio clasping her in his arms and stealing a kiss. A a now reply in the a a Well yes a a a Good the thousand pounds shall be your bridal present and in a blessed if there ainu to something in love after to the people. Address of tie democratic state Cem trial committee of Pennsylvania. The executive committee of the democracy of this state to whom the following address was referred by the recent state convention now present the same to Yon of embodying some of the reasons which actuate and control the organization they represent we Here solemnly renew our often repeated declaration of Fidelity to the great principles non which our party has acted from the time of its first organization. On ultimate objects Are those of our fathers when they adopted the Federal Constitution Viz a to form a More perfect Union to establish Justice to insure Domestic Tranquility to promote the general welfare to provide for the common defense acid secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our we sincerely believe that the government of the United states administered As it was in former Days with a direct View to the advancement of these principles would do for is and for our children All that Auy people can reasonably desire from the political system under which they live. We ate equally sure that if not carried out in the spirit of Jose by whom it we framed it must become a curse instead o. A Blessing. Situated As we Are obedience to the fundamental Law Means not Only the honest performance of sworn obligations but Freedom peace and Prosperity to All classes of tho people. On the other hand the usurpation of interdicted or a delegated Power is not Only a crime in itself but the Fri Toni a Parent of other crimes and will Lead As it has already led to indefinite miso Vermont corruption and tyranny subverting All Liberty and rendering the rights of All men Inse Enre. When we speak of the Federal Constitution we mean the whole instrument with All its Amend Montai and acknowledge the equal obligation of every part. Several of those amendments were carried by brute forgo and by frauds non the Public will to glaring of to take from their authors All claims upon on respect. But we cannot deny that thu a have actually become a part of the Constitution nor can we avoid that fact or get behind it by showing the corrupt misconduct of the men who at that time controlled con Phy. A a bless my soul a cried Horatio in astonishment As his a a divine Angels of the train stood before him. A a of dear me exclaimed Bose in Well counterfeited Surprise. Gross and mastered the state Legislatures. Whosoever swears to support the Constitution most perform All that is a nominated in the any change which experience and reason shall prove to to desirable must to made in the prescribed Way and not by revolutionary or disorderly Means. No candid person will deny that the leading men in Power at Washington have been unfaithful to their duties. They have broken the pledges they made to the people and in reckless disregard of their oaths they have violated the plainest provisions of the Constitution. They have deprived tire states of their sacred right of self government in matters purely local and disarmed them of tho Power to enforce their own Lawn for the preservation of order within their own boundaries they have passed Bills of pains and penalties operating on millions at once without regard to the guilt of innocence of tho parties they have trampled on All tho securities of life Liberty and property treated tho Hareas Carpus Law with contempt and denied the right of trial by jury they have sent out swarms of their hireling agents with instruction to Kidnap imprison and kill free citizens for political Wolfi aces without judicial accusation without warrants and without Legal trial. They have not Only trodden upon the great principle embodied in the original Constitution As it came from the hands of its framers but even the amendments which they themselves interpolated have been broken without remorse whenever it suited their interests. In Defiance of the whith they have doomed Many persons to the worst kind of a slavery or involuntary servitude a in the Public prisons without the pretence of any a crime whereof the party was legally convicted a in tho face of the a Lith. They have abridged the a equal lights of whole masses of White citizens without the least respect for tho right of Universal in Frago guar ran teed by tho a Atli they have both for filfly and Frande utly to prevent Fai relic tons and to Sot them aside after they were outrages non Justice Liberty Ned Law have been perpetrated and. Daring tho conflict of a civil War not in moments of wild passion or heated excite Mentz but in cold blood non deliberate i reflection in a time of profound peace in m View of the consequences and their authors have followed ont this line. Of policy step by step with a persistency which shows their fixed determination for the future As m the past to be bound by no oath and held by no Promise. The two last and most important of their anti constitutional measures show More distinctly than others their settled design to strangle the liberties of the notion and take perpetual Power into their own hands. Tho Force Bill authorizes tho president not Only to invade a a states at Bis pleasure but by declaring martial Law to subvert All government except we Fol consists of his Meto will. Under the election Law his Cannon is planted directly against tho Freedom of state elections. Already tho bayonets of the exec tic have gleamed around kit polling places of the people in tho cities of new York and Philadelphia. Who Cau mistake the meaning of these preparations for the next presidential election ? who doubts that warning and remake am needed now to prevent the administration Man carrying ounts r if the warning be not Giren by the people or foil of its proper effect can we nope for peace ? it seems to Naan error to suppose the american people Tymo enough Toby kicked Lender tho Yoke or Ign Kraut enough to to toggled ont of the great inheritance of free government which their fathers left them. We complain of on present rulers for Lawless usurpation of Power. Power not delegated is always abased. In this As in other cases usurpation has been accompanied Aud followed by corruption. Of Heads without number and almost without limit have been committed on tho Public. Men of the worst character for common honesty Are permitted to occupy tho highest places. Of tho Money collected from the people and not stolen before it reaches the Treasury a Large portion is squandered by Congress on party Yovor ites on corrupt rings Aud on Baso combinations of Public plundering. To enormous extent to which this financial corruption has been carried will become Manifest to any one who compares the expenditures of the government tho Rix years which proceed and. Idle six years which followed tho civil wan. Both were periods of peace and there can be no excuse for More than a Small increase corresponding to the ratio in which the population has advanced. But where the Ordinary expenditures for tho fiscal year ending june 1,1870, sex elusive of Indian annuities pensions and interest on to Public debt where 8148,6g9,933. 43, for the year ending june 1,18c0, the expend it arcs for the seme purposes were but 8-50,918,188. Here is shown to difference Between tho Ordinary most of car ring on our government when its agents Are honest and the Cost of the same thing when its officers Are so destitute of mom principle is to disregard All Legal imitations non their own authority. A free i prevented representative governments simple in its machinery easily maintained and a dispensed its blessings like tho Dews of heaven unseen and unfelt save in the Beauty arid freshness they contribute to produce the secure Tranquility of a regal establishment May sometimes be a compensation for the burdens it in poses but a Rotten Republic is at Oseo the most costly the most oppressive and the most unsteady of All political Strunc Tirres to support the extravagant corruptions of an administration like the present and at thy same time the pensions and the interest on the debt would require heavy taxation at Best. But the party in Power has a outlived to make the Tyga doubly burdensome by their Mode of levying and collecting them. Great gangs of i necessary officers Are supported and fattened ont of them. They Are in Many cases imposed not with any View to the Supply of the Public Treasury rat Leolly to opt rates bounties for the Benefit of individuals and private corporations while the month of labor is thus robbed of the bread it earns the fortunes of monopolists and ringmaster Are hideously swelled and their rapacity inflamed for still further aggression upon tho rights of the industrious masses. The necessity of Revenue Reform is admitted on All bands and by none More freely than by candid supporters of the so called been Blicka party in Congress but tho majority is so completely controlled by private interests that considerations of Public duty have no influence upon them. No people can to wholly Ensi oved so Long As they have the Protection of an Independent and upright judiciary. Tho Radical party feeling this have wed by All Means fair and foul to make the Federal judiciary an instrument to Aid them in their Ern Sade against the Law of the land. They have filled the inferior courts especially in the South with their most llu my Jar to a. Affoon and Man they have constructed Aud reconstructed tho supreme court sometimes reducing and sometimes by increasing the Nam bar of judges always with a View to make a majority which could be relied on to Ekx Dorse their anti constitutional legislation. When tho judgments of that tribunal the ancient principles 6f Liberty and Justice its authority was denounced disobeyed and cont Mcd. They have interposed in a pending Caso with legislative decrees to take away the jurisdiction of the court and prevent it from protecting a citizen Whoso plainest right they desire to invade. We solemnly Trust that the Nave not yet succeeded and will never succeed in bending the court of last resort to their foul purpose. Their so called reconstruction Laws Are a a series of experiments for the redaction of the Southern states to tho lowest cos Dit iou of political slavery hoping thereby to make them instruments for the enslavement of every other Section. To this cud they have not Only refused them a representation in Congress but forced them to to misrepresented by persons who came there to get oppressive Laws enacted against them they Nave steadily struggled to make the state governments the tools of tyranny. Whenever they have tally succeeded Tlley have debauched the administration of Justice disregarded the popular will and produced the most frightful disorders. Scal Awag carpetbaggers and tho most ignorant of tho a negro population Walter together. In Ono inrs3 of moral putrefaction scourging the concluded 05 of crib fags

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