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ALE ANY, LINN COUNTY, ' OREGON,) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ), .
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Vew tr reran tWfoitm
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,,eh Salrib.ar otiibo a ioh hUnub-
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IU Islington Sieer!i-HI' "
i Nearo HUys;ettuI Trfnlnivnt
or Hit Uehel IMtrliew tittti
thane, Mtittttott ti ml J. H
We w-int below the most interesting
and impm taut portion- of the speech de
livtriil ly Ovreral Fn'mis V, Blr at
l.txin-ton, K, on tlio lth tf July
last. The Al l Ution pa'iicr?' of Oregon !
nntfurnislt tlieir reaJera tWlato siieeihos
f the Hhilrt, aud other U:ulera of their
party, for remor.s let known to them
selves ; therefore, as wo nrts dispoteii,
have them infortno l f the pnsitions us-
taleu it intotheirhesi'.UU'.Mt tht lehe'u. ii
Iium rnrrieil vrrtttin Stated eit of the. I'o
ion. T!iev rlot doetrno of th
lteHsion., ami proclaim tliaMhe 1'vioit
Avas virtually uissi.-ke!. -'r- Ii:rt. m!
oilier gentlemen iti-tinui-lu 1 like l.im,
have riven their oviniou, not orurrMv.
in many vt,:-1j. hut really in t-flV?.
th-.'.l these Rifles have hen out if the
I'nioj; that tke.l.'tiiim h:wi aetuaHy b n
(l"tNolvel by the acts of reivv-ioii of tin,
States. In this respeet they ilo tiot oit!'vr
from J eft'. 1'utis nr nny oiler ,t-ntlem:Mi
of that kin J, laughter. t'nv diucrveee
hetweeif them jieiug nhoiit i h-umm as
the different! hetweeti tweei'le-dum itv
tweelle-uee. OneHl Haying, " they are
out." ami the other. ' votl are ui." One
p-tt the ('nimnnen tiowtvnH'l '-oiT " t'"'i:i
into i-el:.'!lHni. t vev)tl hi ve ,hiu inal-e
that plea. I VV114U lf "J him'hot the
ju, tlut t.'io pipsi Kr-Ci-t-'nty r1 War
a myn h r of thu '.-Utet of J ;-
Uiu-hiiHan ut tV.tim4 tlU tr;u..; wits mat"'-
hy nhjvh 'be fate of BytiiUr ' i; s walfl.
l"wii1il 'have: h'.xa. f'V l.".t.-")Vyavr.er
Mr. Liiifoln n.-iuiiifil U- vifwf'rf power,
the ti'iesllo i of n mfot'iMi'g 'ti! vietnah
!!i!tt I'Vrt Ft Ml T ,"a;i lr:Jciuwr(l in the
t tieiue. !'i'I v: iy meril.i.T o! t:a
net; with ; the e:.i eiiio't f one, votoil
:"tM!!H it-t ri-in!'tveeoe)t'. .;ul in favor f
it ti ;ho r:
have him' tint fil'.et'!V"n f'U to (lo
t Jovernnent xri Hjwtt I't'ifiit'oni of the
H I A ll'K OF KCI"ri:n.V STITKN. huent. eatahlishetl hr our fathers, agglom-
';.(, ft !!'v,iog veiy f'etir vi' of the
-'rt'is ef th" Fot't'ii.-i'ii l-'i itos veie ;iven
(. haniieey Jnvr, ol new .Jersey, tit
it o t tv r tu the 4i w v.i.r. .ei:
Overthff Tinv;e of (i Yirini:'' :i er-
n Vi ndeist, i the N'ev.
erafhig nil into a frightful masn of unar-
ehy ami uc-pntisisi. .Int Miu h a horrible
eo.Hui.i-Hl oCthili.i a-t we have HOW ! The
"rebellion" i over, w 'far ftst Btafj n nre
eii'iei riii '1 ; but th FHi ral (Jovfrrnnent
tippi-strx tu I.e. keeping up. a " rebellion "
ol in i,v, , utjjeh, it jt j.s tjot designe l to
eiti:i'l.'!elv overt Ijrow uur free sy,-i'!ii of,
j"H ertunent, miiKt be niea'iit, 1 Kunpo:-i
for the benefit, of horlM of f-tteji int ;rpo-
f it .mivii tiuttif -i
aumcd by thesai leaders on the liviu: iiKlviin'. let us go," ami the other. " Ititlu' trayvtinm-tt wan Im-v f ivo;i-tf il.j ;,
'. . .vs.... i
nity to learn from our eommu want their
f last i-'aturJav
y ii ttnt?ni?vt relation to (lie pr?4.
eal fitnt.es of the S it'theru' Htates,
i i . i . . ... i .. ..I ui.i n,i ..;. !
W'.len ;:ri mi u-v .-.:.- uur j I" U I
fbtev-m. llnTV.-ti t!ei-o,HMeru MMHl.r wrkii, muff-s! '
thev have H "' berK Vt.sessed. Vonrs. in' th-bl-S4 lu-peof ,i K-stiV
The; liave Im-t It.-.ar io!ei.,r r'ghts ml! j r , Won. a-.l of libertv.
V:.,,(-!i if'-u. I iiev !tr.: HOW l't IltftV
IS NMVKISV AHOMSIIKI?
f.'ti'hr this caption, a correspondent
thuij write.1! ft the New York News:
'When a untied proclaims to the world
the accomplishment of a great deed, that
world in:.y jii-tly e.'-Mton the degree of,
consistency observed. between the princi-pl.-s
thereby "u serti d at:d that nation's
fitstiiiig acts.. All liathmal acts inrolve
nt' necessify certain guiding principles-;
Ian-1 oili.-iaU us : iW-o.it Maridialn. wboifid when a ieopIe a'-eept certain pmici.
rc stilj ta by, Hiipputvd by i;U claries,! les to govern their acts, they should fuller
f.-ohi the sweat uu'.l inunele of
own orgatis withhold. Ami wo hope
DemocvAt! remler-5 will tale mow paius
to lav thU i!eoeh, ami others i f the kind
lor Oa S5rj, r Iweltr Ihei, pr we shall hert 4W i-ublish, before their
IVr ;i.c3x gubsetea laasrtion - X ; crnug, huiHlwiukea Abolttiou ucigubor.i.
UUtti nsaactHi Irom tbeS H will be ?een from (Jen. lllair's remarks
Ve.rlT Advert-ssri, ad upoa all Lentiy ; that there is not much harmony m his
patty, that a divuaon in tlioir rauws
AiTajrtiwue&ts, will bo made.
aS57SXtA& NOTICE i
Cutrpmienb writinjr over uml sJtistures
pr BpTaoot, fliurt nmk known their prov-er
tmmt ( tho Editor, r a ttetsta will l givi-n
t their eeiBHiBuiMtfitma,
All LclUr hod C.mnvnnK-aiion. whrthfr iuj
ttaSwoM or fir publlcntion, choubt bo n.t-.lrrcil to
tk Editor, . , '
m inwijinmi wi;jii mm n mum j1".
THE STAJIJlEttlXU WIFK.
Tfcen, dwpJv Iri tove with Emy Pryne.
I rowed, if the mai.left wnttU only be lume,
I wnald alwr eodkVr to pleas..' h-r
gb Wttstied hr consent tho tb staturinjr lass
8ld Brr w)rd. except, " You're aa aji
Aa s n idaotts teaOTt'
Cat whea we r mrr!eil,.I found to ray ruth,
Xb tUraweria laty n:,J !-- tl truih,
' For cfleo, ir. ubvit.Btdudgemi, . j
She'd y if !t reutur-sd W gire her ft jir
la ui viyni repjwi, iu n
A dog do-aitle eannadgeon
And cr.t9 Wnf a I aid, we can bantly alurd
TbU extrrict style, with our uioiUmie hoard,
' Aad "tinted we oajtl't to ha wiser,
phe' looked, I snrt ym. exeeediagly Mee,
Aad fretfttUyeH;d.'You're Jew yoa'rea Jew
' J rj ju-ilicion atlristr!"
Ajrftia. whea it happem-dat, wishing to shirk
oiBa"ratlier nnplcasnt and ar.'.nous work,
. i heVed lier to p to neighbor,
She wanted to know why I nda mw.-h a fins.
And a.ueUy aid. "Vuu w a tus-MJ ru
if om were alway ac-en-tor.ioi to lnW !'
' Oat of tempr at last with the isfdent dnme.
Aad feilio that Midau was preatly to bkmo
To soold me instcait of earcising,
I witaickeii her spreoh like athuri as I am
Aad angryty aid. Von 're a d:oa Um daia
" A dam-ajja instead of a tlosi?iije I"
Slllllary Tyraany in Virginia.
General Terry, comma
e !i in
imminent, and that he i? hopeful of build
ing up a " JobnsyU party," which Uall
t'cls, be. bouii'i to R'ttd its a;i)s
' . 4 . ... 1 f ' . 1 C I
armies to ill Hi;! inni iiiieiiui .
.l,i fi r;,i IntviiK' . li..,.i dissolved, t c!t;.fi. It did i"t 'o ,i. .Mr. J.ts-v.h-jn'l .:' "
and these State? having been sut'jt.s.tcdi thought that, batttsg lo.f' ?thBdt.:i'.J by
thev hiivo the right to impose fout'itlousibiis l!ove.-unr.'y,M Ue.t-ci uuM m greater
tniut t:t tiutiilv ul tmg x't-t:n umn
tlie lov.etn:neiit did iu !?' rting lr.m nij
the fust j li-ee. j
I do not, wish to Ihs timb'istond as sa V j
ing that the turpitude of cue iadivid'iid !
irf unv oxeitfie or ileieiit;; f-.r the crime ui i
' i 1,1 i i
anwjier. Lut iir. Di'.tr.i.in, cim i'iy.i
nr-nn their return to the. I'liion. Among
the eoudition-t if one that Congress has
a jiiiht to prescribe who hhall be entitled
tj the elective franchise in these itates.
Now, ntv frienih, I tlmt't wbh to deceive
j-ou by Kiying that 1 attaeh tn importance
to the t'avtv whieh baa assumed this
their en m pir n is. Jt in the pow er
tie Jatfor l deal wit'i I hem as they
av think Hi If thiy choose, tiny ;?!
froi'i ? In hi Use iivivrepe ot pn.iiiig".
nd'-r the!'! i'.i ! .!'! to ofiit'.
thev eau confi--cate I !" : ; r property, mi!
make it- tji-a:i"el -for thevi to f;;age in
any Kih 0? luf .t.es-.
Vh-t ;: Vi-tvu.!;! 1; H1c!l! " 'Oil ! C
nor ''ttivi; e nil i ,:a-H vr.'-t
C. CflAt:N;i.V lit Jtl .
July Ki, I
Ifor&ce lin't'Ij' oh Munton.
The On go'iii-.n. the Journal, "ami pretty
nearly all of tlie Ah'.H!i'n organs in Or.
eg'iti, have much lault to find bt-cnu-i
i i.i ! .li.i..:.
me! TsU'tni !!i')ue .principles in an mcir
ben rings, an! be prepared to obey thein
to their jut extent. s
By pi HelMmptiiiti of the late Vtmhtit,
frcedvni m.i pi ivhiimed to fuur UiillioiiS
of 'lives. Laving fj-ide the jues;tion of.
the righ.t i : be -low sudi freedom, tlie ar
tttf r sts upon the principle attempt
ed to he established. The principle ia-
vohed in the emancipation is that bi
There can be no .sueh state as retjtrict-
, ...... .A
trr.mnd. I uifl'er entirely from my friend
- . . r. . . J t . ii i
(Mr. Kassonv on that pojnt. He seemed
break down tho1 Hadiealu of New Kng- to think that because in thefStato eflnwa
u.i.i iA.u.-J ..i.w..,,,,..!,- lu.M.. there wero men wh.o held the old gronml
. I X i 4 . UIIU JiRt n u-v oivivouiv av a 5 r , i . t ,
' l .... ib.. .mI;.... 1. flli..iuAil ft tinni: I . vi i'utm
.UtliWif-ltj tu..ol IHV.t . 1 flf i . . a
and Holt, and the oihev ('idiinvt Mits-
j because I u bell lhi tdd ground, tind oih
ters, made lyu t:tttal Uov.crnv.'mt ; t the
time, and that tiovenimcill tin ni. ben
arms to 'tho rebel; v.xA 1 fit ere. I '. tri;-
with tlie rek-k vn:.ll:f.g them
1 l ? ' 1 . I 1 . T .
to uo Uiom.' i.nns, vuuie it ueu ino n-uos
tiv:it a" rnn-jn'r ' unv portion oi its own
territcrv. A'l the IVdcrnl tiore'-iiiuent
van lav iel'v d .. ? to
I to is law
j ;-t -T'--i Mi't-'aits e.o w
1 j .,. tM iuiu nt. A
pari of i Ftntfi!.
cr;;t t iovet ir. u-nr
t th-iv.'tt resist.! nee
SS!ptd Sec-ssi...il of
port eis t! the 1'ed
v.Ton:; act on the
!ml conver.t the Fed-
1 . 1
i.'-'i.i a colossal Uespot-
f; e f;f to tell the'trnihSt T partial liberty for the term liberty'
. : , '! .. !TiimK. eiifirel iimartial and uu
niv ! the $if-u or iaf..'f.f"' "r ., "t - ,
ciole of their
a late I n-: yovernmen1. tie- - must no ireimre to
j grant th :t liberty to i:ll ; flse u their as.
tsuiue 1 liberty be.t a partial liberty, grant-
(,-mo,v,re that tt.- h.-b,dk,n 3f;!i'; T ". rJiruiu. Mbenv to b virtu
ght of et-e lVau. hi-' w!:! -h they ever b'l M soo .r tbem what JJoraee VcJ:(f j )(, ,,.5. XherviwLxsu.n a m
ir sed The laws or cfistom ot civ-jihinks of their sunguijiary. arbitrary id J.lseils tiiat ib'itr is the principle
5?ed u.tioit ih n-s permit-';! p?'.pk tnhr(, fJJf)V.-j,, jv,,m a latf Tri-i '-'ovcrnmeV- tin- most be' orer
it t . i'.:
.. ,. vv.,1. . i';,.. .t.....:.. i-ruvtug th
.1 t ah ii ir. in. a a . 4 ; . ? 1 v i u 1
A Mr. Ford .?, oars to be the owner:
l'ie'i!e:.t biiicoli, v
iii' tl'creinien tluse
.-ir. j ot'i
dcijiod to others; thereby
they under-tari'I not true
ttieir as'-ertions 01 a
1 . . i.i.
!., 1 liocrtv, ami mai
at!emi.t-'r'r;' principle osaitstfi are taise.
i d t'i if hffOjft ddys fterwfled. butJ
i f' jrb: hWu ami tire von ted. Ii
Liberty is a term liable to
The .South a-ert that thev
have bee a
i .. .
'V.. 1 . . . . , . . ., ..( J.-
i...o:.i.r.,i..,.. .,vr. . ' . 1 1 u 3 , .- ... ....1 ; 1. :m; instant rondn.m-e to I ederal liay.s , ..,.,;i ci,. ,. .,. :;e .r the other of the contestant was
a v m v - 1 - - - J It . 1-nkVi) V I. 1 M 1 1 1 II ; It'll 1 1 Ki' 111' I 1 f. 'll.lt tt t t I 'ill i i v U . t t .ti,.4i.V f , v - I . ' I 1 1 - l n f I - -.-..'' t ,
on Secretary Stanton, Judge Aavofatoi'lpt.f Jostio.of the I'nited .States, who
Holt, and Chief JmH'.oe Chase. It isfslin 'Iwn irom his hih place nud
fair to presuum tlmtlm U simply staiting
the ball in motion, witU wh'cli Johnson
is willing that bis Feeretary, lpa obsequi
ous tia.il, Holt, and the. Thief-Justice,
shall all a timely crushed. Here is, the
sj eeih : "
The question of negro auflVago U tho
real one, und the pralongatioti of the
strtt"vk about negw slavery is mau the
bamlle of and n intendctl to carry the
other question with it, and you are play
ing into the bands cf those who premed
itate the 'enforcement of negro .suffrage
upon the Southern States. You are aid
ing And abetting and assisting in carrying
out their idea. It ii not r.n unusual thing,
my friends, to see politicians, to see gen
erals, to fee men jn different employments
in life lawyeri 'cs.pcciaHv carrying one
question bv the u-o of another. ou
. .i 1 ' iv. . r..
traversed the Smith uimii a public Vesse
and urged tho r.ecrroes in Yicksburg and
ebewhere to protest ngaiust the aopDint-
a Jar net-
meut of Judge-Hharkey, who is
punislie.il ior.il, especially i y iimfo wio
aided in constrisining him to the comtiiis.
s'um of the deed, more est -ccilly if th.y-e
who aided in ci:iis(raining h'.mwere bound
to protect and defemk-hint. Now, imag
ine Aleck Stephen in the criminal dock
tr man than he fa voice, " tlive it toiwith Joe Iltdt . the public proseeuter
intra 1 when be traversed ami coi'.steu
round the southern- portions of the I li
mit, and impriMrnated those people with
that idea I tell you ho had en Is of his
own to serve, lie was looking jorwaru.
lie was willing the Foutlri should go. in
the early stages of the war, because hs
thotmbt he would have a kdler cban-e
Ab4-k o:nking that mucnilicent I'nion
speech whieh he delivered in the Georgia
convention, and contrastim; with it Joe
Holt's letter of November or December.
UfO, justifying treason mid rebelii"ii.
ami also with the Convention maoe fy
Huchniiitn's rabinet with the rebel (.' iin
miistoncrs and pie-tied bv Jm Holt end
.-'i-.es: 111' a Mate-the li.stan'. lieavf.iy
....... . 4
fly f-nl niils to the au'i iiiiiy of ikiVnum
it 'n'miiaw precisely i'.s 4d ttiitstn in
the FiiKin; vv. d !: the IVdei. l (lovern
metit can legally do. ii to ajipohit the
I'eileral cfSter-i - hi"h the (.Wstitutiim
tfovidc f r tl.f Mtaf-'. '! t 00 i-mro th
tlas is v.:--'trp:it:'.!a umi d'-poii
crime whick exooses tU ctm
to the severest ouittshr.mnt. Tl motnent j hnmtmuiruU . Inns 1fctt fwrt'eitel m th h;.v.
thrt l.n- takts the. ok ce of usnnmtlon.i at- Mcjwr tiBnt teri ;!e ti. permrw
idl con'cenicd in this desnuthiii utav be-!J
11 oil r 11 Ixl...
from the War Department. .Tim Herald '"'"' V',". 1
. - c r ' in .,. i, rr rem:-. t us b ask. had thev who flood con-
ptiVs ol 1 ori s, a.U'inpt to icsutue lus reg- . . . " ...... . .
ular br.-iness : " ' qnrors the ngh.t to thout hberty 7
''., ' "' ,-. 4 , . ., ',,:' J Libcriy b.ss bv mitionK been construed
'It wa an iitt'-mot to ej;n (lie 1 fi r. . ,. , , 1 tu.
- , 1, t w . x i ,. to mean jrceuont 01 speecli and act. Jhe
t'i ureal mati. IVofile a VTabiftoh at ,. , 1 , , ,'
,r,.ti f.dt itiai lUttbeiLt v.uvtever of irctdom must be slavery. lft
iu tho North without the Fmitb. But j Toueey,, m which they egreed not to ue
the South having been brought back by j feml or rein forte the forts, but alloyed
il r.r l.nids tbnn Ist-t own: bv another the rebels to construct batteries mi.iiust
''? t!;aui,i .,Fi,l- ii,t it was iaorallv. if not in 'fact, i therefore, a ic-'.plfl are deprived ol free-
si. It in aiinve'vtxl 5m the erim; 'c:'irt:m:tcl in it, jut!duin of speech and act. then that people
1 r. . 1 .1 1. .1 1 "1 e Vl'..... J 1 A- 1
:;! !icu in u as a murcnr a w.inw, kuico irm nine :ir( y:
iidiev than his; by a letter and firmer t item, which afuiward uestroyed them.
. . . . J ... . ,.' I . r t 111 1 . . 1 I ... "...
arruittnwj f-r their high frinies. from the
irt(:dwt' ttoirtt." We are talking now of
lu:?. The cusa was tlearly stated by
Julgij Kf nme.e. of 1'oston. in tho Untied
;ir i.a t cii'-'co lite rui-a Tcr : una in so u'
. .... i .t ,i
il oriiv ni teo np to. ll-fpopeiar inoe-m ; i
prived of liberty, and being de-
privod of liberty, a consequent trktvery is
inn .osftd. Though it be impossible to.
I take from a people principles inherent in
. .... r" ? I . . f t... it
. i. ii ..... - . .. I .i-r',.n ! I" r I i n 1 1 iiii.i ii-'-.ii i : ii i i. ...
i'teu"ti s!iiiii c io a .-nifiifei near man v j ' . - -
(.' .ppcrhead gn.wli, the net" will rtwive thVj Jt possible to Uepriye Mid people of.
full epm-oval iff "the : people." j the power or liberty to exercise those"
It U finite probabk .that " tho noiuilar rights; and the people ttius uepnveu are
eat of Virginia, has
tlie casts of th? Ajny Wtir'.vi; k.
luvtil jurist thca said:
soiritthan over eninntted lorn, be pvn for Who. I ask wottbl lo:.k mest like a erm-J u as 'n buppova xn..i u.;
i . . ... . i i .i . ... :.e .1. t '. n.l,.-.ll. i i il tin t J.iVi-riiTniOit
i-. , I .d..i.vw iiw-.v.i iiiini ii. ii: in in ii-c i-u-s m inc njiieii i , . ... , . . ... t . .
i.rt . i.., r..V c.r.,r ' i Now." 1 Imve i:ia..k this tu-Miosit v.m be- will have toe ngbts
ri...r i Li. i- it- r .r.i if- nurc x n;ic KtMi'i . 'to' i 1 ;
St i.'c. District (V-urt. in April, 1H()2, in!tliuuut" ne -ords with the above ass'iimp- held in subjection or slavery.
but thcrj Ls tit least one journa
t! a rest
SYe li'fl i-tem!ed to k
The term t'nion has heretofore implied
nlar" ii'inube 'a coin unction ot ooual rights. It, there
; "law and justice.! lore. I'nion t-iiifie equality of rights, it
t ibis? matter pkfsl naturally follows that no one portion of.
i . . i i i.. . i . i . . .... .:., .I...... .:...fcii...i t.:t.. ..r i. i.i.i.n.1... iiui.u p,;:ii:i.i;,..vii i. hi .i n .i.. . k.
Btue m-U nuv- lii'irc v.i i. in l " . .u.'un . ii'nv nut, ... wv- ,,.v. -. '-Mi .. . . tt..t... .1 .., Ih.,.!, ps f: .v, t.-.i t, rrtirv aefu.
tJVt 11 tliViUHl, V.- .'IViUll I I lit'.'- Uiv.ll I " .-. i '
.... .. i t!. rr u ... of v,.. ip rfr.Ki ivi nil irui ;uum ruuiu rrw-
nts" may he pcrum-! paries of tho Wur iWitirtmcnt; bat . it j gate Mtperior powers, over any other por-
i.V i hf lli.rr.lil lOSVO-Ci ! IlOIl . i- f.O fe-JOU fl-S S'JIHI .'v'lll VUW BIOTO
. . ... ... .. . . - , ,
baveitmntly divesitd if ell political .privilege--. j Pump justificatbjji
ending the iVrt-Ir and in kvr '1 do ,u.t agree vt.tU tbeirtcttcal .UUuutuspli.p lliut.tscl l'i Zlt "to hW.U t.r.n.; This :f .o error-:' Vave nud Kh-ler v'hat law. by what right, did! pvwers the equality wt,, destroyed, and
eupntsl the It cb- ;,"au . J ... .. ........ ... .... . - . . - , ki!j r tbcm ho wrf eurifu ; q.mgvrm." vvro. t.mier ou t.u govera- v.awm -U. nmnton tnus. deprive oonu x.p." VJ-.-..v 7 .'"
c"i 1 bM k'..wc,. ef T..c.!V en this t..im. th.it Urh.vs who .leeunc! t take the l'tue u' 'y-Kt" ' -v ' '" e ' v ' - .;l'r"' ' f ., ... ... . - S i:.........,. . .1 r i.t. . ...vii,, W .l..lv..l il.e I nif.11 ami there
-Cdllova'.tv. Ko!ri .- :"" ;;'.-' ."a." , ;.. .. ..... .1 n.;,. 'hftot to tro South as Ion" as the rebels had! menu i:u' power m iuiuneipt.it onnr-j -r-u rj oi urn u. Piy p.-it r-;v , ' ' '". "T
ki75 outTTO'n utuuuuu to pmu ,11mm,,, . 1.... ,0lIelm)d thcnicclteVwith. "Tlmt UKiybU'v.niiiitifitd; but uinlef . ur tiw- It Kurfy .will m-t be preteadea.that r.i: j ruu reman, heiera. ..u,,,
- Nil 1 11 1 1 1 rr; . .hi 1 ,.. t,(.-reji in ft. -it fl.a nr.m t. .if Iveiifu.kv e.lO'ht t.j,4'r'a lout-iifiu imiii i ins i.i.n. ju..ii . ... ..... I. . . it- !. 1 I,., .,.,., nil , ..th,-. l.-o- llm Tnr
or.WMuen to' s.ve- " . . T'Vn: "Zi T f.i-" .."r V" ore for es'enTihii':r- the r 1 n !"- rnmetH the tmltt pi FOTereigmv ovci j nnmmer. overrmiitg puouc uaugcr uic-jiv.,Mvv.. ...... v-... -7-
old ri-C and Jiir SCn7S f HcUd; r ; '-TTn; i, dven-ami limit- tat.-d the Wf,reW?b PrfcseFre
01a poM.nm ami f-'tlnn a plan harbored attho Noith. a-!toDir'which is n tVve.ni rr4A-.nsutiHion. i 1,1 t!i- ma ana o.u. i.i.ij, oat 1 ..ui.tt 1, . , v. ... .i.., ..f .,.. t!..f-.r.. cftiml tv must be nre-
mte iu an e-J.torul ot . pohtietar.s c.l a cerfaat cuss, :, enforce bteh will gne qujet audforymrj1 t'-". - - . 4.,: .;., .... Ij tb.,r it w befue. vh.i, i e, tho Jieatre was WmedsoSrve.L and to preserve equality, liberty
was part; tfi.it upon the boutn, beiore ns-ogmxuigi State of Kentucky to tranquility, which 1 '. in the htn-agrt o.ldrt 'm Whlr'vt.-t.I t-,; ,t (al.l0 ...u, ,.,. h . ,.t ,.,:!, ,.i,.,...t u :.. ,Jtr.. .,..-e ,,f ..I must be r reserved.
1 ... . . . 1 . . .1 . 1 . - . . . -. . , .:. I. 1 , II. .1 1. t .,c T rr 1'VVi-"; ... - .u i- .i ... 1 . - . ,. . , - . .. . ' , 1 ..
iiwiu inawu cverv man mine 1 nircti i?ini.esi . m e-n-.tuiv, iw muiuuc i-ei:i.icup-" .? ..... ... vj-j ...i ....1
that ne,vipar on tha hr
rebellior. because of
Mori, returneil to his
which the subjoincil
-' . r ; J :
i zuu Mroniy auu ln.texiotr o;iO sea i.iin.e.i i-uitj as h.i.ii- i i ite, i uii'iu
the ext'ution. iumrisonment or fuitaer c:n- isooak words of truth and mdierne to the
people among whom I wa l orn ahd rear
ed. You aid find abet this plan, the more
barrassment of any pr.sii tvlo wa connee
e-l iu any wttv, oiSci;llv or otherwise, with
.1.-. ..i. - ti .i - i . i
iuc laie rvnetiiisfi. cia.'ses ana conoi- . . 1 , ,i- 1,1 t'
. t 11. ! a- . !Vi)u prolong thi.i ,trnrgle swat a thing
tions or rmr rieople nave aliKO pufferel' . . , . , , , . , , 1"
enough Th initU th aiit- which is dead, which c.:ii 00 you no good,
, have draine-t the'eup of misery and humlba-! a"d which will ccrtaiuly do you barm,
tion to 'it very doom. I am eiiually 000 js-1 It keeps - tin among you a condition of
evi m ix iiican, uruisiij aau mimniiv pin
cy of ofaSseation. The possession of p.nv
perty, 'whether littlq or much, in not a crime,
tsor is recognized as such by any ode, writ
ten or unwriltvonj iir'by any Kalion, eivilized
of aTa?e, on the face of the earth. And let
not tha be Goverameat the world e-er saw
' raake itself the w orst and the most despica
ble by the adoption of a policy which meas
MPfa 1 tLegaiftof ahoSender' b'y the unonnf
of iis rtroportt. The revetting absunllty of
uch a ptucy is equaled only by iu atrocious
injustice." . .
ifiwthi the Whig was suppressed. IMs:
loyalty," then, i buinanity, magnanimity,
justice, right and reason. )f course, it fol-
uncertaintv and perplexity, which pre
vents the people oi'this ijtate from settling
upon any plan of future prrpcrity and
wtdfare of their " State ; which uot oijy
keeps up the spirit of discontent Rod dis
cord among you here, but gives "your
enemies a hatidle which they can. and will
use aguiust you. If the question of sla
very is only once fettled by the asaetit of
the people of Kentucky ; if the jwoplp
of this State, and the other border Jititea
and Southern States, consent that slavery
shall be abolished by the adoption of this
amendment, then the question of negro
suffraptt eomes no fop discussion unon its
lows that ' loyalty" Is the reverse of all j 0Wn merits. Parties, as they at present
these. , . We cheerfully admit the Abolition exist, will he broken up. and new parties
pjwty to be very ' loyal. '
I XiNAijur Took th?, atb. A correspon
defet tells the followh gotid joke, which oe
curfei in Kiehmond, Ya., a phort time ago ;
A motlost young eountrt' girl, on applying
fot ffctionfs to cue of our relief agents, a few
days t go, was asked if she had ever taken
the opth, ' No, indeed, sir," was her ter
riSed reply, M I never swore in all my life."
"But you must take the oath, my good
Rtrl," said the agent, . or I canuofc give you
the rations.".. M No, indeed,, I "can't sir,"
said the girl, " mother always' taught me
never to swear." . The agent mildly persist
ea, and. the maiden aa pertinaciously refused
all attempts at persuasion, until oyercome
at last by the dreadful coufliut betweeu no-
cessity and her high sense of raoral duty
atWstamiaered'-out, 'with downcast lids,
" Y'elt, sir, if yon will make me do sqch a
corrm, wickl thing, why d :n the i aa
kt' - 1
fArrnt "Asor." f he ltadicalsof Massa
,ebs?:ts bavissqed aa address to the peo
pls ef the United States. It is severely de
nunciatory of the President's policy of re-
-&Tttionr and 'declares that bis attitude tnuit
he ciasged or the republic will be lost. t
prprtosea erfher to fubdue or pa.nic him, and
elaborate the argument in favor of Whiting
uia made by Richard II. Dana, Jr., in the
recent Boston meeting, it is signed by many
of the mosttaninent of the party in the State.
vFe notice the names of Theopfiilus Parsons,
Js Rockwell, Richard II. Dana, John G.
kistier, Amasa Walker, and others. The
Practical -Cfmclnsinn wsuTid l thai thp
SOtt&tettst be w kept out In the cold" (if
ajiitoksiuu in Tcmuou w eu n arm a
C4aatry not a solecism) until she adopts
the multitude of isms Massachusetts presents
for her acceptance.
"GETTn.-G Evis.--Tiie Louissville Democrat
of late iJaW'saya .-v-;'-'?.' .-- - .'--'
flt eem tobave become a common thing
fS" hit3 solliers to whip every negro thev
catch up town, Night before last three sol
diers caught a negro ou Main, above Han
cock street, and each of them, tried hia haad
ppoahim, ",They said they had been fight
ing for him for four yeanC and thev wanted
jpawectofkih. They Tl get it.
will be formed. Men will. assume the
fide to which they feci they belong. v They
will not be carving the ltepubliean flag
under a ltepubliean organization, as it
is called, nor the Democratic ffag under
a Democratic organization, as it is celled,
upon questions which have long since been
The question of negro flavery, whether
Kentucky absents or not, is in process of
deuth and decent burial, and why should
the people of Kentucky, whobavea high,
preat, and solemn interests to attend to
n -things that affect, their welfare here and
1. ter Engage their ; attention abdut
this dead and buried carcass, this obsolete
issue, this thing which, whether you will
or not, is to go out of sight? Why should
you engage your attention on this, when
there are other things that demand your
attention, and upon which you can call
to your assistance many who, upon the
issue, are against you, and will be against
yoa. If those ' of us who have gone
through1 the controversy of four years
can be assured that a vestige of slavery
yet remains in the country, do you "sup
pose we will be willing to disband that
great and powerful ' organization, which
has pursued it now almost to death's door ?
Don't you believe that we will stand firm,
no matter what may be our disagreements
on othr subjects?- Don'i.vypu believe
we yrill stand together, until we carry it
out and put it under ground ? I think
you, have seen enough to convince you
that we will-; We shall hot abandon that
orgaplzajiori until its work is perfect and
complete. "When : it is, we shall take our
side upon the new issue." We fihail side,
choosing the opinions and the "men that
we prefer, and aeting with them. . It may
be that some of .these gentlemen may go
to the side of giving the right of suffrage
.I .. 1 1. t . - -. !
i tnis race 01 people, xi may pe mat j
tney will take the opposite side of the;
issued .K.neff i :,'' .v -
Bat eertain statesmen and politicians
free before the law, which will then give
a dignity to our nation which it never
beret fore cujoyed, aud at the wime time
it will give to your i"tate a voice, land a
potent influence in the couucils of the
nation, which will enable her to" maintain
1 .... . . . . ., .. . . . .1
oy our vtoverumeiic to tne-o rotates m tiio
beg' lining id' the war. "When Virginia
voiod, by t-U.OU'l miijoiity, for the- Union,
but; when a crowd of l uliies m Hichunmd
were ready to drive the Stale out of the
Union, the (Juvernmcnt stood by with
her own rights and those of the . States 'is arms folded. - JMn't tbee leva! mcti
that are to be restored to the Union ; which
will giro to them the same
privileges enjoyed by the other States
llhode Island not excepted laughter ;
which Will restore you to equal dignity
and full equality, ori the floors of Congress,
and the councils of the. nation ; which
wit take from votl that badge of Fervi
tude, because there, are other sources of
servitude, than hegrd slavery, and one of
th'cifi 'h that inequality .'which Js cough t
to be placed upon tho Southern StUcs.
'Now, ' I apt hot like my friend (Mr.
IChsson) in another ' respect, althougdi in
his general conclusions we agree, and 1
am very glad to have the hapihes to
agrc with a gentleman I liavq known so
long, and esteemed tf highly; but upon
this point I do not Agree w itji him that
be would rather , ten thousand times, 1
believe' be said, tiat' the loyal negroes
t-hould vote than those who have been
fighting 1 against, the Government our
recession friends. I have hot any great
love for .these who. have heeu: fighting
against us; 1 hjve no caue tolbvq, theui,
yet I do not aareo with him, aad I be
lieve they arr hot quite so much to binmc
for':' what they liave - done as some '."other
people ..who have , engaged them ' to do it,
without the manhood to take sides with
them. I would give them a proclama
tion of amnesty,, because they have foiht
bravely and well in a mistaken cause. I
would prefer to put it in this 1 phrase :
V That I, cordially thank President John
son foe what he has done, and President
Lincoln for what he did lit his life; in
recognizing that principle." I would
like to" Bee a question tried before the
judicial tribtinals.' ti wish that A. II.
Stevens would not ask for pardon or am
nesty hut that. he would submit himself
to be tried Imhvre the courts nr the Unit
ed States, and .plead in'hisf defe'nee that
he was a Union man; ihat htj had fought
for "the Union in the tate, of Georgia ,
and in the 'convention which that State
held, wheb'' be ;made ; one' of tbcr best
speeches ever made, fpr the "tfriioh,! Tat
wpuld be true. ; That while-he Was thus
battling for the Union, the present Chief
i.il : - ..: -r".l-. ' , T. Li! - 1' ? l. . !
01 tne rinrean 01 iumtary uusLicej wno
was then a Cabinet Counselor, into a truce
with rebel Commissioners by which the
Government of the United' States was
prohibited -from preparing its . forts ifor
defense, from reinforcing them and put
ting "'food in them, and by which the reb
els were allowed to erect batteries around
these forts which afterwarda : destroyed
them ; ; thatwhile he was making' these
speeches in, defence of the Union, 3Ir,
Buchanan, Mr. Floyd, and other Cabinet
... j.lJ.v 1- i .l.t. tiiij
iumisiers were putting aruia- iu jiauuo
have the right" to demand tiroteu-tioii at
that time as much i's the 'Government
had to demand. them to remain loyal?
When every State iu tho South was in
tho same c-oiiditiuu, villi the exception
of South Carolina. I don't believe it
can lie arsrited of anytate that a major
ity were in favor of section. I put in
this plea in behsilf.ofHgre.it liumlier of
men who remained loyal' and true to the
Government as long ;ia they could do w,
and would have remained loyal mid true
hi tbisday if the Government had remain
ed loyal aud true to them, t fay that
they shall not now be proscribed by the
rcry uieu' who deserted and abandoned
them iu thedavs of their trial.
of some of the New England States have 'of treasonable parties in ' the J?outa'i to
f True Dcuiorraey.
It can never bo out of place in a Dem
ocmtt?; 'journal to reprint the following
comprehensive synopMs of true American
Dcruocruey, from the pea of ita Tcat ex
pounder, Thus. Jefferson; ' ,
' Equal and exact justice to all men, of
whatever fUte or persuasion, .'religious or
political; peace, commerce and honest
friendship with all nations, entangling 'al
liances 'with none; .the" support, of tho
State goverumeuts in all their , rights, as
the most competent administrations -for
our domestic concerns, nud the safest bul
warks against aiiti-reptibliean tendencies;
the preservation of the General Govern
ment iu its whole constitutional vigor, lis
the sheeiHinchor of inn? peace at home and
safety abroad ; ti jealous care of tho right
of election by the people; a uiild and safe
corrective of abuses, which are lopped byi
the sword of revolution where peaceable ,
remedies arc unprovided ; absolute acqui
escence in the decisions of the majority,
the vital principle "' of republics, from
which there is no appeal but to force, the
vital principle and immediate parent of
despotism; a well-discipliued militia, our
best reliance ia peace, and for the first 1
movements in war, till regulars may re
lieve them ; AreT supreiiiacy of the civil
over the military authority ; economy in
the' rmblie 'exninsfil tbnt. 'l iK
y burdened;, the honest payment cf
our aoots, anaa-red preservation of the
public faith ;. enjouragemeht of agricul
ture, and of conmerce, as it handmaid;
the:)difl'usioh of ibrmation; and Arraign
ment of all abuses at the bar of .the pub-
'Va Val lev -a f i"
J ' r p'njatiUa
a'ck. Jackson oounty. Ad 9rn,
a& to Miss Arthn.if'v. 2'th'
11 ' iU J
itV1 h bcon gathered to
"""uo- -aca to hia ashes.
title, but nie;-f !y viJicute that vvl.ku pre
This is the law, as L'd down by one
of the imtvfc lea-nod Jiui'.'es ol the
United Stale? Courts. And I e.ti elad
that he 3s a Mass.aelnu-oUs Judee. No
rospectaole lawyer will cn'.l in question
tho eo;Tcctnv?H of the points mntle. They
do not admit of debate. I f tlie attempted
secession if a isiate dm parted now and
despotic j lowers to the i'edernl ( Joverr
meiif, all an ambitious airl .corrupt Presi
dent would have to do to asMimo despotic
jmwers, and to make -in end of the Jte
puhlie, woul.1 be. to euuaingly get ' uji a
" reboliion " iu one or more ol the States.
With political parties in the bands of
such demagogues ':ud bireliiigs as have
ruled L-leefioua 3;i this country fur the lat
few years, a "rebellion" could be hatched
in any Slate m 'easily and as (juietly as a
' iVee-love " meeliug eau be assembled iu
JJoston. This country h.ts been full
enough of '" rebellion " for the last twenty
yours. Every Northern Slaty, except
New Jer.ey, has been in o rebellion" for
many years. Every "Sfato which passed
what is called " porsbaul liberty, bills,"
that is,-. bills to nullify ami resist the fu
gitive slave clause if the Constitution,
and the. two ae's of Congress passed to
enforce it, were, in u. rebellion " against
the Constitution and "laws of the Union.
In many of the JSroithcrn Stites this
' rebellion " afwunied the propfntions of
au - armed - resistance, and every State
passing such bills was, by its legislative
action, hi a state of " rebellion ", against
the Union. Hut did any President, there
fore, assume that the Federal Govern
ment acquired new and punitive powers
over the fortunes, and liberty, and lives
of the people ? Did any President claim,
on this account, the right t,o fill all the
States as full of Provost Marshals as
Egypt was of 'vermin in the time of the
Pharaohs -Provost Marshals that are as
offensive to liberty as the Egyptian ver
min were to the cleanliness aud comfort
of the people ? No. Until the present
hour of demoralization, the people of the
United States would have been apt to
have dealt summary justice ip any Presi
deut;who should have asserted claims so
monstrous! ; The; powers of the Federal
Government are, defined and limited by
tlie Constitution. Neither the follies nor
crimes of the States can enlarge those
powers, nor contract the original and in
alienable rights of the States. Whatever
the rights -of! the States were before the
" rebellion,"" are their rights now the " re
bellion", is over. The Federal Govern
ment liaa no lawful authority to do more
than to see that the constitutional author-
tty of the , Union is obeyed in ,all the
ROfUr3' 1 All States submitting to the
1 .-.. TT - 11 IT .
CALL AT UIWS f the Union; are in tha Union, and
lishment Biey are there upon, precisely the same
25?-' asis that every other State is there, viz:
Gsfsh paliia0 coettiality, sovereignty, and fra
vfitored t rtrnity. Any other theory ends not ouly
ie Union, out tne very torm ot govern
'-' 0. ' whieh bol.i;-.T-st ef o'Hn lint now are the people ot tne jsona
v.tre long accttrrrmmj rrt4.u.t tie- preserving mat noerry ; 1 ne answer is
The police fear vuiirlfevere with truth. Uy not only forbid-
proj.erty wilt" Lie injured if you use it; soidinu, under death penalty, all freedom of
irjrlead'of protceliiig ytu in, its use speech and act and thus, by denying
they forbid and prevent your using it at
all I It would take a long and severe
training to enlighten u ns to the beauties
of s uch legal protection. '
4d r. ford, it is .sajd, .evinced bad taste,
or a deficient sense of. propriety, in undef
t:iking to re-open his theater1 within three
UiOtitlii after M r.- Jiineom a - tmas.sination
Very likely. Uut hi wlwt clause, of. the
Const it ution, what, chapter of tho Statutes
f t Large, do we s find ihe regulation of
iiublic or private fas'b, flic4 cnforeeitient
of a due regard for propriety, made a
duty or the secretary oi . t'i nr t . II he is
to regulate other men's. regard for. appear
anccs, for , decorum, who is to regulate -or
educate his? ' 1 ..
We know nothing of Ford or of bis
theater' but." what is everywhere current.
Hut suppose he is in debt, and hia eredit-
ora want their pay suppose his property
noavny mongageu, ami tne interest; eat
ing him up suppose bim ht'bave a the
atrical company on his hands and no
means of payiug them except from hi, re
ceipts. His loss by the suspension oil his
business for eleven or twelve weeks, while
Washington was full of idle soldiers just
paid tiff, mitrt already amount to many
thousands of dollars; who is to reimburse
it? And bv what right is he forcibly
deprived of tfie use. f his property, the
means or paying bis debts, in obedience
to others' f e.nse of fitness ? Why should
they evince their regard for: our. lute
President's memory ut his expense rather
than their own?
We urge these considerations with no
idle conceit of influencing the course of
seems incapable of comprehending lhat
onr ' country has. or should have," any
other law than his own arbitrary will, right, bat for subjugation and wrong,
positive liberty, admitting negative sla-
verv-T-but a set sorm Boi both word and
act -is com relied, and with such compul
sion an absolute slavery is established.
When a people are not allowed to speak
otherwise than according to a certain
I fyrm. -when a people are not allowed to
act but within certain prescribed limit
when a people are not finly withheld from
acting, but are compelled to act by tlie
taking of imposed oaths when a people
are liable to midden 'arrests and secret tri
bunals; and when a people are compelled
to anVatward support of such arbitrary
jiower under the terrible alternative of.
the oath which lies, or the prison at the
scaffold base, then there is no freedom '
among that people, and liberty, polluted
by the. tyrant's grasp, lies crushed ije
lieafh the despot's heel. .
This, then, is the slavery imposed upon
the people of the so-called Union ; a sla
very of, speech, and of act; 'a"'flavery
imjiosed by them that dare" not' brook a '
diflerence of opinion. ' If the "people of.
the Union would have that Union re
stored in all its pristine grandeur, they
must restore its original equahty of rights.
Unless equality of rights is restored ; un
less freedom of speech and act 'is restored;
unless all the' "rights' of citizenship are
restored, the proclamation of emancipa
tion wid not have abolished slavery, but
merely have transferred it from one race
mured to servitude to another who have
never breathed aught but liberty; and
slavery will thus b6 established upon a
more degrading basis than our annals
have yet known. Then may our enemies
reiterate with some show of truth, what
they have so often asserted," that this war
i.- ' a,i-.. e c 1 r.j
was ueen - waguu- uot lur lrecuuiu auvi
But he cannot remain in office forever;
and, when he retires, we hope t bave a
restoration of the .privilege .of habeas
corpus and (, supremacy of low ; . and then
we fhali hope for a legal scrutiny of some
of bis many " fantastic tricks" - and an
adjudication between them and the per
sonal rights they have ruthlessly violated.
Meantime, we .only wiah it to stand on
record that we hold his assumptions of
power-utterly, .unwarranted and without
excuse. .:. .- -- ii jr
lif . eurruBnoing country
tide fff tho Pacific UoteL " g'
M J4Ui, 1865.
El ECTIOSEERIXG IX KENTUCKY. An OwOtt
county correspondent of theXiOuiaville Demo
cj at thris describes the mode of electioneer
ing practiced by the Abolitionists in Ken
tucky :': Y; r ; ; j : " ' "-' -.'"''
Gen. Kousseau and others are canvassing
the district a3 candidates for Congress. Gen
ead Ilousseau carries with him, wherever he
goesy forty United States soldiers as a body
guard. lie stops at any house he choc cs,
which is always the house of an opponent,1 '
and there quarters his soldiers without ask
ing leave, first, it looks rather' farcical, to
a man nrotecfed bv a body of soldiers
Snbscrfm the venv peotole whose suffrage he is
In fbig depaking. Second, it is a" considerable tax,
' f5F.O. a. nzui.
UXOR & HEIijVr.
ha. - lT4..... .' I.lll.)nf 1T.., .-.n
frorf thoso wh resided Out of them; - It was
Very easy for ment who lived beyond' theif
borders .-to got up sympathy, tuid talk about
the condition of colored persons, when they
knew nothing about it. Their great sympa
thy was not reduced to practice.7' " '"
always find a vJd very inconvenient for the poor farmers,
,c., which are ii.i,: ,t,. tr. hav in rrovide for -f Jrty
exclusively by 1 nnDn Kardlf as many minutes' notice.
iTftl and an armT
Jr.t do that the soldiers of the United States ,
mar escort a candidate on his canvass? This
looks. very little like Ilepublicanisra. I can
not understand. I am in amuddie." - 1;
Ih9 voung King of Greece will soon ?aaar
rv, Bays tumor, the Princes Olga, daughter
o"f the Grand Duke Constantine of Ruse .
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