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vto tttir ir.ervjp "-w'u ueer itey com:
uine.l fCticeT.. I 'plaw rnyrelf uji.n
tht rmj ni tMhs Consultation, ana
wheu -ItK"? lhtf tiicmy "approaching, so
r a Mtnine tntxmod thilaJm. jo help
tut (J;hT, I wr.Mdl I'fjjA rail, op- the
fecpU to b t iwv Cheer ), I
'tell yua iitrlAlI.aj fe&iitu-
tiouvf tlev-m?ry-ts r jctt-riched
.t(iiLu:i a vvur ialt.tthuuiA..t cicl tui re i
cik of safety.
f UtlZ 10 tJl lAmtlfl't.U 1.1 WHS "rMt
r ir!ifor freedom at.d fur its preser
i ra:ica niiie sliipwrt ckdirirj;ier c!ing-
to the LUil wh'.n the !r In'ght tempest i
e upatu i icii yew ir-rrvo-u itnu, tne '"e suu-snme in juur mvur uui iu jimhc
5 rtJf cf li rij'jlfLhi ea injured, its fangi at your vitals i - . -
4 "V'(Jy,' ,J - 1 5?y lJ Hascopptrheadism become respecta-
csr, un. 'o tu.Yrvr n . tr.e uoa-tr--. . , , i
r l's an-jril zh'vz; :r(iJi-rri.-)riSjr far rlrk-atkii'i-leyjtkmetav
V tuy , uITiC Tiftj Iia been uuvaiiceJ. rjht to "demand .guarantees for ? ea3 cf,
tUT-op.e t.fI,,;-':'Mi us well asothtr' Juor,"-. ;hai' impartial r:jiitic3- is; the
" istitei, now that nli my t
;fljrts have teen
4iero'.eu ia atjat, oireciion
Tmahorate auj eievata Use. interen ot
the creutIPaa of. the reoide. ( Voice :
t "That o ") i Iiy, where m the rpeech.
. uhcre n the rote to be got of mine, tut
" .what haa always had a .tendency ia, eL
' faterthe grrat xvorlm'z classes. cf4 this
"'rop!e f I( Cheer?. " WhVnJ ilie'y '..talk
about "tyratiny v and dep'olisui. whereas
one act cf Andy Johnson that ever en-
, Vroached tfoa Be right of a free mon io
this land I il b.taujc I have sticd as
a faiiLful .entioel ypin the w.i;vh lower
-cf frecdem, to jou.i al irui, her.ee all
this tradiiioa and detection that-hare
teen Ijf npeo upon nc. . , ualiy. J or a i
dy Johnson.') I now, ttien, in concl r
too. my cjux.tr ymen, hand over to you
ih flig of your country .with ihjry-tix
t tntt up oa t. I hand over to yu, your,
Cuji:r.u:L.;i,vith tlie vlnrge and respou
" tfbili'y of piTervi:jg,it mta:l : I. hand
ever to you to-nighi thri Uuion of thei,
Siatc?. the great magic 'circle, wliich.eui-
' traces them all. I haud ihein all over
lo vou,ihe notile, in which I" hav.j
Ways ti listed in nil great crner'genciea.
Queitbni l.i(h' arc i.f jiich vit'al inter
' trit, 1 hatd th m ovtrjo y.'ii, as uen who
' can rie boie puy, iij eta sianl
arounJ tha a'.ur 'cf a commcn cjun'ry
with their f.icej up trnod to Heaven,
wearing It 1 1 un that li csforever and
ever mat tne alter ana o.i sr.au tuiw in
; the dust; lut that .tt.o .Constitution and
' L'xjiun klall be preserved. Let i
fj;h1 i!ec i.rr.i?s. of the Government
' ciune from wlvat ftaricr ih-y may. My
' Mind has Lien taoa! Vou. understand
whAt uiy pojitrjiris, and itrpariing 'with
' younov'v. 1 leave ihe'Consiituuoii in your
Land', with. the confidence 1 have always
had that the people will' hlternalely re-
tlrpfi all wrong, andtetlhe uovernment
.rijhU". Tben. gentlemen, . in conclusion
for the eefjiarwelc-ptn youhVe given me
in ihia grtat city of ih north whose
Wo'!ity uo cue fan foretelj noW. (Voice,
, TLrte cheers for Johns ri.1) Then in
li!ir v u cojd nJiht 1. have all in
jriur charge, and th'anU you lor the ccc
' .dial we'coiii you hate given mein his,
. pontanecus cu'poLring cf the people, of
jour city." : ;
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BROWNVILLE.TIICRSIUV, OCT. I.ISBb."
7 nrON : KEri'BLICAN PLATFORM.
fonffntlnii Mtullcl, bvrvj unquiilIScill in-
4ftn na-suo'' ti tcrdof tnl 'AmrTidment
.. Tfel by tb JJ'lli .Vrij;rn, n"J submitted for
ntlCcaiiua to IbtHTcral btatciof lh L'uioo, to-
r :i : - - . ; r
Joint tk.loHn I:'r.Jvtan amctJmca' to tho
' Cntitlioot U,LDMcd tiate.
. ' R it nattJ Vj ih Hrnate and House of Rep
, rsl&ttrei if tbc l uittd S t t f America in
fonjri cmllrd, (tw-t.iiid or both llu?c
" ttncnnt.f.) That tho MUmvg rt hs jro-
jxt4 t tbabrgulatam t b avvcral Htatukja
. aenJuirt.t Iu tba Cocftitutii.u of tho foiled
." f-u h'.ch, fcbtn ratiGrd by brfe-fcnKh cf
- atitallMi aaiartj i ... . - i ' ; ri
, BTK'l.t XIV .
' frfios 1. Aall frfOT) Wa cr oataraliiaJ in
. h Ixitcd Siatf, acd ul jert to the jursidiction
thrriftf, art rit'n-ci ofthb CnitcJ Statcg and of
. . la Sta'e akmin lhy . reside. . No State shall
.. anakt m i ftfrte any Uw bk.h l,8lt abriJn tha
.firl!rf tr iiiiinajiuifii ol ciu?vji 01 me i. cuea
'" tr Tha!t :y' State dcj.rlr-ny person of
ihN.literty, or pn'perty, wiihuHI due jirrei of
v aw deny to any pcmn witLin it jurlkJictioa
. , rnnnc tbe verI .Utvt acfdin to ibeir ret
ltitx zvuibit, cuiitin the whole ounibtr of
io faoh State, excldlinToditns nut Uxed.
be 4l.s r 11 'te tay electioir ft the
- ri.irtf !rtwt fir Tret-ideal il Vice l'rcsident
'f.tbc CtiifJ Statr,rf jrcienlaUv 0,1 ia Congress.
"lhe eiftuTi ar.i juilk ht. ri -ori of a Stat?, or
jftuht ul lli4f etrUlure IUroT.f denied to '
any of tb wate luliabitauUi.f, mch itate, being
.'twenty Jtara f e ant ciiiicnj" i-f . the
I'fciicd ynteiriii any- yay alri Jefl, excejit- for
; . irtietpaliott.ia cfcellioo ec tuhtt erie tho ba
! . i vf reireenUliB tbrria bail , reduced in the
I pvf rtj"0 to wbift the numWr of ur h wi.il'eciti
f cri tSalt bear UihehU wnuiVr cf'nsla till-'
v. tn iewtr-Mie irs of in uch State.-
Si.C. 3. .Xu jr n flail bo H.yeaator ore;rei
erUtlfa in C"i!crri, "r flecUT of Ptfidt-nt vf
w U any n-'etii! Vr miJitnry, unierks- (?r.Hel
hii,.r under any State, wUuUavlri previoosly
liKeo aa aih.rf a ir.en.ber of Cor grow, or ao
fVer cf lb Cbited Statcc, orta mcuiler Tany
. tMalc Lgiwture,"rr aa aa executive tr-' Judicial
. t r7c-r f any St, t-j aupporl tbe Couftituiun of
;he Cnltcd Kutcj, )iM hrt en-ajed in iuurrccr
Webr rtliI!in agi;a'ttl larn". or 'veu aid r
mfurt to the eaemics Ibereef... Cufgre may
bv rote of tiro tVirJswf eocti Lou?e, itu)gk" tucb
4itt.ilitr ' '
$UZ. i Ti e ali.nief Hie ritVteM.f U,e fnltcd
a'e, At'U..iuei I'.r .w, iu'.Cq.iu( Iel! lacurrci
( .-r )rmei.t f i-ennotm tU vru'iitic fv" "rhe( in
: aftreMiC lur:e:j..W .-i re.' ei tiH not be
fia;i. Hci t.rntrr tbe 1'iiiie-J Slate . nr any
i ' v .tr.h.li HM.r'KT i t i'jreM or ob:ititin incur
i , . M la ki-1 or lUMirteatiou or rebellion faiui tta
1 tit( r anr elaiiu for tbe ! or enjancipa-
! hy ; ost i unrh lebtt, ob.isaliout and
eh. t W kia iUesat ii-l rmd.
' S'. 4 Tie ( . fe ttin tava power tn enforce
ey af' ptltteeSitl alKj,Uje rortai(Ntf ibiaarticla
I ;, ; - : COI.FAS,
' 4et(r of tie n-ue of Kei r"ntitvei.
' J l" I.FAVItTT S. FOSTER.
,. . . .'. ' FreiJentoi ike MMifrie.
'.r.-fjixi, 1 bat kaJty rbal! direct sod cen'roi
, t iir ie of the Nation. . .
' f;'fJ-"f, TLat theWJier of the fnTon who
J rf- 4 tlii Nation from drlructfon by arrucd
la ..r, ihalj.i'a the ftre.M in tbe -pr, hava
.r ar learty ft ojrjti'tn and unfaltering aupprt,
acl ti.si are itiy wib'a vf lie tiei that he
le;'e of tltf ! uUie A3 utrer - fully discharge
"r ti tt f f gratitude vLiei) they ova to the Union
;4.tr ht i aitrs whoe Jrlf -aacrifif in patriot-.
m ar.J i:ur.l hsr jsrt'crfej cooitif utional 1ib
My fcp.u ll.i tliUliii.t.
K Voters or Nemaha County.
Are you prepared t grasp iu friend
ship the hand that struck a dagger at trie
Nation heart, and hu iot yet sheathed
the weapon, or wipe J'frcai it Hue blood
of your slain kindro '
Are you prepares to nourish to pxdiM-
cal life the ASIV!,W w? vHuu ired 'in
3 a lately, in
It such a criange nas ccne over inc
1, . ...I. .,.,1 ,1 rnnnpr.iahnson
ton, PaJJotk and the copper-john
ticket; Lt if you be lie xr ! ihaf;; .loyalty
should control and direct the destinies of
truest foundation for a reDublic : that wen
shoold'bo just to the down-trodden, ere
wc are rrenerou3 to a Lloated, treasona-
, ,. i . i i ... .
ble riitocracy ; tthal, patriotism should
be rewarded; that ranrpjuhed traitors
shottlJ not dinate'iha terms of their' ad
misi"5n ; that'one and all pf the pledges
of he, xi? lion should rLe kept; tbattrtnion
shoulthnoi be rewardtdat your expense;
rote for Taffe,' Marouette, and the Union
. ; ..f - Subscribe !
livery voter should help tuiairi: hi?
pariy paper ; .every.citizens should take
County paper; and a tha Ailvertiser
is now only 62 00 a yoar; it is within the
reach of all.'Lt very' present 'sub'
scriber make it a point to get us ano;her.
This, will hcjlp U3 to improve. Tht &4
vantage Is mu'ual., The size nnd pros
perity of your. county is judged of from
your County : Poper. Make ut able and
we'll give you a paper unsurpasied in the
Territory. Take it atd iend it to your
friends and acquaintances East, and thus
advertise your town and county atd let
them know that you're alive and in the
"land of the living."
"Citizens of Nebraska will recollect
ihat J. Sterling AJrton cjmo htre in
ISoi 12 years ago and by battling
with the hardips incident to a: new
country, worked to give you pleasant homes
and prosperous neighborhoods. Every
county in Nebraska has felt the influence
of his pioneer life." Ne6. City Statesman.
! YeS! true for) once! "Every county
has fell the (blaiug)' it fluence of his
pioneer life," and is still writhing 'neath
the cur$e indicted Ly his hand 1 ' -2
In 1S5S Nebraska was being rapidly
filled up with hardy pioneers from' the
East; invited here through the .pnperl
edited by this litel on honesty, Slorton.
The great induefemect lie, with others,
held out to the pioneer was that he could
come, take a claim,' and have three or four
years tune before the Land Sales would
ie . brougjil on Jo make, money out of
the land to pay for U ! With this in
ducement immigration had been pouring
ln'during u' and 'o7 ; the great maj' ri
ty had just si fi'.c ent means to build a cabin,
aid br nk uii a pat;h j.f ground. . Thie
a khown by everyone at ulb Coriversanl
with the histoiy Of Nebraska. "
' In )-jS"j.vS;erlii)gi Mortoti was Sec
retary. appoinlec1 by Uuthanau. Eastern
tpeculators were working with might and
main' to huv'eUachanan bring ch the
Sales, vhen, after the land had been
oflVrtd, 'they could lay their Land War
rants .ypon our best lands! , Petition
were circulated requesting that the Lands
be offered ; did Morion then use his offi
cial influence to stay the greatest ciilam-
ity. that could befall Ntbraska? No!
The, very opposite is true; iu the Spripg
of ISoS HE SIGNED A PETITION
REQESTING BUCHANAN TO
ERING'ON TIU: LAND SALES IN
NEBRASKA ! and when,, afterwards,
requested to sign a remonstrance, which
actual settlers sent to Washington, IJE
The Sale3 forced to Mortgage in Ne
maha county, 27i348 acres of lajid which
actual settlers occupied; in Richardson
county, 13.102 acrCSJ in Pawnee coun
ty. C,$(J5 acres; the amount of money
vhich the pioneers were tins, ihrough
Morion's instrumentality, forced to bor
row., or tcsign their homes to speculators,
was in Nemaha $13,130 ; in Richardson,
$t5,96( ; in Pnce. S1G,1G3!; This
debt has ground down the settler and
set back Nebraska at leat five years ;
and yet A. F; Harvev, (the man who
attempted still further to curse Nebraska
Ly inviting, through Morion's paper,
the News, Musouri rebtls, bushwhackers I
er,d' guerrillas to rnake Nebraska iheir
home,) the editor of the Stateman, who.
knows tteie fact?, pens the.above delib
erate insults.to :hc yeomen of Nebraska!
Uii master creates ptiiery, and he mccks
the'suflferihg " ' ' ' '
' Voter ! look' over our broad prairies,
there fee the boundless number of acres
yet. held' ly.eastern speculators'; go to
the cabin of your neighbor who has stbed
it through an hear his sad story of good
crops cf corn forced to sale at 10 cents
a buthel to pay intejesl. while his family
were sortering and in vant ; ,go to the
ccurt record and the,re read the' history
of .Nebraska after tie "Land Sales ; and
follow the Sheriffs relentless grasp upon
Uie settler; then say, whether you can be
to last lb all sense of honor. as by your
suffrage jtoxlerate to any position this
libel on humanity, honesty and truth
J SterHng-JorjoDt VSfXW.o&K d
.nho will ejilorse him !
Pairs ee City, Sept. 2oth.
on. A. S. Paddock : -Sit, Several
irenilemen here having informed me that
joustated, while in thiplath, tbti 1
was clad tov ire t riJ of a discussion witEi
you a ad Judg Lockvood, in orurp to
testYl.is mntjer, I nKv, alcne,'renev fh'e
and myself, ana invite you ana juuge
Lockwood to nreet me in joint discussion
at any places where you desire to s peak.
myself, one hour and a half f jr yoi and
t. Iiviidn vnn or if V.iii flu nflt depm
t.hawa fair urvisloofiine, you?take two
hour between you, I an hour and a half
Ji M. THAYER.
'The above) was 'haLddd ia 'Mr. Pad--.docli
in Sa It m , It icha rdson county, o q) the
26.1b," by, i A. TNel, l U atd. Judge
Lockwoodvralled for iheir team and left
without returning any a iiswerl '
' The Falls City 1 Southern JVtlraskian
of the 25 t, says.: . ?. . . . . -
Paddock L , Lock wood, arrived . Jiere
after dark, but finding CoL O; P- Mason
here unexpectedly,. Paddock played tick
and could not leavo hi Intel.".. ,
Lock wood spoke and was answered by
Col Mason.' "Lockwood, for very shame,
gathered hia,bat and fun. ficni the with
ering sarcasm and argument tpf. Col.
Mason. - '
Last Friday Ttiddcck & Lockwood
were in this city, prepared ' to deliver a
Johnson speech, but unluckily for us,
aa we really nam ta hear these . excuses
for officers Gen. Thayer arrived, and
fhey left.' - ' ' ' "
Gen Thayer delivered a speech of
much power the same evening. Old
hard-shell Democrats adm't that it was
unanswerable. ' '"
The only excuse fur the disgraceful
run made by Paddock and Lockwood we
find in the, Omaha Herald cf the 2Sih,
which says that Thayer and Irish persis
ted in pressing themselves"into joint de
bates with A. S. Paddock and Judge
Lockwood. Challenging these gentle
men when it was known they had planned
a particular Canvass "
So "particular" was this canvass thai
Paddock actually begged Thayer and
Irish not to speak at their meetings !
Voters, what think you of a cause that
thus slinks from fair debate?
3IAUQUETTE AND M0UT0X SPEAK
IN THIS CITY THIS EVEMNU AT
7 0 Clock ! RALLY LOYALISTS !
' "A correspondent, (evidently a Demo
crat)' writes from Fremont, Neb., Sept.
26ih, slate that, in his speech there, Mor
ton made the following "points" :
1st. Negro EUiTrgo,'whtch entorod, in lomoform,
into all ihe measuits uf tho rmlieul party.
2nd. That the Frecdiaau'a Hureau is ail outrage
upon the whito iopuIaiirm of ihecountr .ani that
it expends $20,010000 per annum on the education
ulollimg nnd feeding of tho nigger?, while nothing
'whatever is being douo for the whilei whoaro equal
ly as jmhit. ' 1 . " ' '
, 3d That if.the-H.ulh are tfcn'iucre I rovincc thfl
coDijnin n inim pay tlie r debts; that it is oj by
putting them on a state footing fiat that debt caa
be npudiateJ.- ' i ' i a. ' - .
4ih. Th.nt "n'gger". ia rome form entered, iot?
orery , plank of tho radical institution. It nerer
ha originated ' a oolitary prominent tneasuro in
which tbe tullud pUf6on" waj : not the main
feature. , , , .. ti. .. i , ,
No.. 1 and 4 must seem rediculoualy
false to all who are conversant with the
legislation of the country. -Where is
"nigger" in the Homestead 'Law, hich a
Republican majority passed over President
Bachanaii's Veto while Morton held an.
office under him How : about the Pa
cific Railroad ? Did'Andy veto the Mon:
tana bill because if had "nigger"jn it
The "nigger'' in the Civil;Rightsbillon-.
ly grants him the right to ' life, liberty
and property!" Thii thebemocrats are
opposed to granting the "nigger." , .
No. 2 is false in figures and in asser
lion. Johnsoa.said . itiwjauld cost about
812,000,000. Everyone conversant with
the operations of the Bureau that in the
border States more while refugees have
received, rations than niggers." Pres
dent Johnson has recently directed that
rations to white refugees be discontinued
in some s ;ctions ; this Morton probably
deems a Radical measure!
No. 2. The President declares the
rebel Stales have repudiated; so also,
fcays the Philadelphia-Convention ; but".
Morton's old copperhead instincts would
vitalize it again! President Johnson, in
'61, declared that States, that rebelled,
became conquerred territory if iheir re
bellion failed ; Thad. Ste vens raid inev
should be treated a? cinque rr-:-l provin
ces; yet no act upu; thy. statu;,. b,ok.:;o
public 4 rt solution, no - flai form is on re
cord commuting the 'Radical Republican
Party to that theory. But Morton's aim,
and that of all who, vote tor him, is plain
ly this : .not .to recpgnize as valid any
repudiation until they are fully in power,
when, he hopes, they will bo strong
enough to fo;ce it. on the country as a
portion of the. National debt of the cQun
tryl. ' . ' .... ,
Mortons trip around the circle,"
opening with ".cigger" and closing on
"nigger," shows who has.t'qigger on the
brain !", -
Majors was pro.noted from Lieuten
ant to Major; Wells from the ranks io
the hospital! Democrats preferred the
hospital to the field ; they like Wells
better than Iajors.
JVherc's Mortons 'stiflcatc of loyalty 1
"DELAYS are Dangerous r
Ja" A V TTE PaECINCT.
Nemaha CoNbb., Sept. 27, '6G.
Mr. EdirorY S r Having -thi day
f . ?
learned of ny nomination as.a IVPre'f -
htaaveanhe Legislature off Nebraski
bv thV' Copperhead Party. I .take this
nuii informing the public th'al such
nominlon'vvas made without my knowl
ede tr cbBeflff and that I am now a
candidate ftr said office by said party.
J.MrjytliiXhef elifcn&iKvat-rf a
1 "n of pnj)JeghjwijLnot.. affiliate
with "time-servers" and U Epe&heatfs.
iindv Uleihti i- f - - -
"St'. FaEDt'KicK! Nemaha Co ,Ne!J.,
' "Mr. 'ZdiiorfcaUbgvn&eniQod to-day
that my. name was put, on iheXlopperheaa
Ticlie of 'Nemaha bounty -for- Commis
sioner, T take "this" method 4 of informing
the public . that 'it Was done without' my
knowledge. or; consent ; , and, further
more, rthat J have no ..affiliation with
the Copperhead party, and am distinctly
a Union man, find'will -vote1 for Phillip
'Starr the Union Republican Nominee for
said office. . .... -
. ' , . HERMANN UTECHT. "
This is' aVwa's to have been expected
by all who knew Mr. Utecht. lie is a
German; loyal to thek Government, as alii
Germans have been through the war. The
men who now fear and prate about negro
equality, once. formed the Know-Nothing
party which feared . the'dd dutch" s
they called them and murdered them in
the large cities. The German element
came to'this country to escape tyranny,
and can never work with " a party who
seek to grind into the dust four million
human beings, though theirskinbe black.
Mr. Uiechl has shown his hand, fear
lessly and firmly, as a patriot and a true
German. A German can never be
bought with a Post Office.
N. B. The only strange co-incidence
with regard to this is, that T. W. Bdr
ford, a few days before his Convention
met, went to see a man on business at Te
cumseh. but met him near St. Frederick
40 67 to stop at Mr. UtechVs over night !
Arc our Llberlles la Danger?
Arid bv whom ? Ar ques'i x.- w i
1-0 ;v cutn? ho!,-;c directly :h:.' ;
T;.p . .v Y -rk Tir,,:-;,
th HPus'Mt.v Rayiftcrd. in an e.'lt:r;
Sept. ldtn, alter giviui tt;V act nxiui j
the number of members of the U. S.
Representatives, says : - ''
IiBt UwjCongres. thus consists of 241
members, and by law, nho. a majoriiy ot
he whole number, or 191 members,' con
stitute a quorum. Soppose the members
elected from the Southern States should
meet in December, 1867, and be enough,
added to Northern members who believ
ed ih their right' to representation, and
who would meet with thetn, to constitute
a quorum ; and suppose the Northern
members who do not believe the South
eniithd to representation and who would
not meet, with theni should meet by them
selves, constituting less than a quorum of
'the 'whole riuiiiber.' The Pittsburg Chron
rele begins'to'see ' the possibility of such
an occurrane'e j' and it also sees that the
President will be onder the necessity of
recognizing one or the other of these
bedies as the valid,' Constitutional House'
of Representatives. He must send his
message to the one or to the other. He
must sign bills passed by the one or the
other. He must treat one or the other
as-a branch of Congress", clothed with
the power ofXmakinglaiv?, and' the other
as having do inch authority.' And un
der the 'circumstances assumed, there can
be very little doubt, in view of his known
opinions on the subject, that ' Prtsiient
Johnson will lecpgnizt the numerical quo
rum the body which contains a majority
of all the members as3 the only body
authorized by the Constitution to make
laws 'fur the United 'Stalest He will
probably send his message to' that body;
he will sign the bills -they pass, if con
curred in by the Senate, and will not re
cognize the acts of the other as valid in
any respect. ' The Senate, on the con
trary, will recognize a majority of mem
bers from all the States but ten. even if
they are a minority of the whole, as the
rpal Congress, and as such clothed wiih
all the powers of legislation."
Here we have the covert thrust of the
demagogae at the liberties of the people
whom he prates so much of. Think you
the above i not. as it, were from the hp
of .Andy Johnson ? Read the following
from his speech at Newark, Ohio ;
"UNLESS THE COURSE OF CON
GRESS IS ARRESTED BY YOUR
SUFFRAGE, he said. WE SHALL
i HAVE ANOTHER CIVIL WAR "
At GVitiii Pa., h''.$aid :
. "There seems to have been inaugurat
ed a policy in Congress, which, if per
sisted in, vould result in another struggle.
Reconciliation and harmony is what the
nation now needs ; but when; the work
ivas nearly completed. WE found a con
flict, between the EXECUTIVE and
Legislative . Departments of the Govern
ment ; and because ihe representative of
the people had undertaken to.' restore ihe
Government according to the Constim
tion, He (Andy Johnson, fh t representa
tive of the people) had. been denounced
as a tyrant and usurper."
Above is shown the programme'; next
the threat, from Johnson's own lips, and
third, is the reason .why he threatens.
The question Js, shall Andrew Johnson,
theExecutive; trsurp to himself the Le
islative "powers of the Government, and
be sustained in his threat of war, if Con
gress continue in considering itself the
Jaw..jn.aking.poffftr.iii Me peoph sustain
if Shall the President be allowed to
recoguize the rebel States as loyal, force
Congress to admit traitors to their halU,
and ignore the guarranties, demands d by
V.c x - t T f
Hy a ICa; egress pf .ihe-Unid States? Is
l :v ; ,f . yn, n arx
rt'sen'tatives and 33 SenaiiFS, who passed
lb lree&meaVEuieaii oxer his'rzlo,
Voters of Nemaha county, you hear
the threat cf war the same that was
ftde-when the lamented Ltneorrt wst
I elecied. ji.d fpr the bepefit jL)f.theysa,in
J X C . l c -'i. a
now. ns men, irua uifuaii
th eN ot4 fa-unlin 4
your own coxmiy, are you any more wii
fTnjr nowlhifT then loXe intimidated
THe De ulcer at ic coppe?jthnson nominees
. ., , vu .:
Johnson s Threat, apd it behoovej ailT
il m-eno wokd usernht the first
loyal the a 'to woxJAnd use'angh
weapon or freemen,; the ballot, on the
Q.h pf G etcher," aqil give an? oi'erwhelm
ing. Union, majority. up prevent ihe nec-cessity.-
of : useing, the. last resurv, .-the
"Di?anion ii tbe olj tt, ol tb I j, by the eicla
fclon of Eltven S;atet, U already faetVticcouiplUh
ed. The Radical hope ia lonieke it perpetual, by
fixing degrading condition making their re-ad-mi-'iion
impossible. And thii is the inamou$
character of tha Amendment proposed by the'dii
unioniit.of the North." Oauxka Herald.. ..
Here is Nebraska Copperjohnson doc
trines ! All know that the "fact" stated
in the' first sentence is a falsehood prov
en such by the fact that the Tennessee
delegation were admitted as coon as the
Tennessee Legislature ratified the Con-,
But according to1 this copperhead 'hen
who i$ but the mouth-piece of Morton
it'ls "degrading'1 to the South and
'infamous" to ordain that no "State shall
deprive any person of life, , lihtrty, or
property,' without due 'process of law. "
It is "dngrading" to the Souih and
"infamous-' to base representation up.nl
principles of fairnr-sr t all Suites ; .not
to permit 300.000 wnnes in South Caro
lina io haiH r presentation equal .o700.
000 vh lie persi-ris in th NortJ . fid ;htt
repreHrit.non f S. i). i .it-irt.i-(I i.y i.l. ti
Ireii fr. in I .uly fi:ii m.i'!.- n, their
a 1 e i ; i
; ;ii4'.i ;riniiiius io
-Ll, lirtt l4aving takfti'
fii'tf: Constitution of the
avf wriured themselves
tiu . rttid abbeting the treasonable
pi t.. d stroy it, shall hold no po
,f tru3t or honor under ii !
:s "itgruding" to the South and
v, .is"' dr'inand that the debt in
' l y t-j-.titors to destroy thi Gov-
eri;uiei,t hull ho f .uvv-.t' rpudiai that
tho Jthi iiiCurred to save tho Gowrn
Aitier. I-, ti ue- li.c '.-.oiti ii.rv . thiii i.
und orpheu-, aii iya! na a gf-r'.'ffiiy : j"
shah nevir br: iv p jti i.t ted !
Will humanity suffer such cfimiadl
lansuage tu go unpunished ! Can the mur
derer, the, -guerrilla, the bushwhack
er, the perjurer, or the copperhead who
edits the Herald, be "degraded !" Will
loyal men be styled infamous" for re
fusing to pay for the arms and amuni
tion which were used to murder loyal
men, and the food and raimeptt pf the
murderers ! '- ' v '
' "Degrading!" "Jufamoqs " Lan
guage fails to. express our contempt and
abhorence for this traitorous lick-spittle,
or the party who supports him! Pun
ishment:,,degrades," and is ''infamous!"
' Vojers of. Nebraska, remerplqef the
9ih of October.! : The issue rests with
you to decide- wether gcarrantees for
peace are infamous," or whether per
jured wretches shall be "degraded."
The Ntb. City News, in July last,
said of Radicals who were "swinging
round the circle"' toward Johnson : ,
"We invite them to come in and sin no more.
At the tame time it ia our duty to inform them that
they arrived quite too late to take a front seat.
They will have to stand back like' a poor boy in a
bank. We hope a duo sense of their iniquities will
pervade their trembling 8' mis, and that before
oSoial life torninatei they will be fully prepared to
meet . Johnson."
Thus were they received by J, Sterl
iuf. Morton, Commander of -the K. G.
C.V and A. John-on's main stay in Ne
braska ; li.nr radKa.i-;nj is spoken of a.
a "mum aj;d nu u.iqiniy Morton a
full-tt-ljovy.-hip now mil I'ddtck. proves
ihat th- IatUT. in pr .:ti "to meet A.
JohnS'.i,.,? hi' 'op! ly juried the
I; A. b. Paddock u nyp err' ui.d Uii.e
server now. ,.r w t n' when he received
1 is present pw.-iti m trrm Abraham Lin
coin? W. are inclintd to believe that
he has b. en a time server always, acd.
nv-r rt;Jtliy bad si principle of his own
i:nesi ii was that of bttng uiitprinci
for "bread ond butter."
Third-rJepreFentation ja tb Cngrcaj of tl
L. S.,apd thEoctora) College, is a rigiit rccognia
ed by the Constitution as abidin in Srh
by the Constitution as abidin? in .vr Sr.
and as a duty imposed upon its people, fandamen
tal in ita nature and essential to the exercise of our
republican institutions ; and neither Congre,$ nor
the btHtral Government ha any authority or potter
U deny thi right to ANY, or withold it rvjoyntnt
under the Co.titfg,ru .,e.j4 herfif.n
Fhdidelph.a Cupp;,--Ji lH .u 1-U.tfo :r. ,
The cupper joiin-c a party of 'NVbras-'
ka endorse this and ti.aiie? it. part of ih-ir
Platform. .They 'here even deny the
right of Congress to judge of the elec
tion and qualification of its own members.
ALL pust.be admitted ; none can be
excluded, says the above. The most in
fernal rebel cannot pe excluded, accord-,
ing to the Demo-copp.eT-ohnson plat
form ! -
Friends of the Union ! reae,tnbex that
ihesiLJraitor-worshippers must be fe
buked 05 ,!jhe ;9ih of October 1
How the problen of reprssentaticb
ill -be afTected ' by the freeing of the
slaves cf the South by the late rebellion,
ia a question on which. iheje is much per
plexity with the aoasses, and has beet),
iiiuch raisrepreisnted by the copoerhead
press of the iaridT' To the better umU r-
standincr of tin's question we copy 'from
iKaPrwiiniiiiin ofMhf1 Uriiimi States the
UiV W SJ a,; w-
section whieh now controls represontat:jn:
shall be tipportioiirti citnong tne sev
States which may ce luctuueu witnm ti.is
Union, according to their respective nuin
iFwhralair t'dTTer-niined by add
ing to the whole number of free person
itcludipg those bound for a term or years,
and excluding Indians nut taxed three-
I H I lilt VI U(( o;(c in v.
U.'L. L , -n .
fifths of all other persons
, , , , .
ve power of the South gave them the
rirht to count five slaves tne same
their: representative apportionment as
threeV'free persons, and this 'as? voted
on e'xclusively by the whites.' Thus, if
a planter bad 250 slaves, worth "perhaps,
8150,000 and many-had double that
number his single vote for Congressmen
or Presidential Electors would count 150
limes a3 much as tha vote of- John Jacob
Astor, who was worth $10,000 OOOi This
was the shape things were in when the
rebellion broke out.
' That the freeing of the slaves has made
a change in the Constriction nocessary.
O ... i. -v.
must be apparent to the most prdinary in
tellect. The clause, quoted above, unless
changedwould count the negroes the
sameas free persons, increasjtht polili'
cal rrprhtntaticni of the rebel Slates, and
still ihe voting population b& the same I
Thus, in the above example', the southern
planter stripped of his main vi-ait.i
through his trea9o.,-ci-..e v.y.:r n,w
which ccunti 250 time a, :rt..ci. a. a : vT
n.n in.h.'.4r.u;1.,1v.1hr .. .,..K I
internal jevenue ux earn year ua tin;
Sou'heruer. i wurthathe Southerner
thus 'gaining' ihe powvr of 100 free per
sons through hjs treaion."rr7 .
The' Chicago Tribune gives the fallow
ing acts and figiirs p illustrate : ;
ih whole number -of .""'feats in the
HotA-t t.f Ki t - ?f ijtiuves. is limited by
law o ''241 forvih. thirty -i. -;organized
Lzia T;ipV &r's arpor.iJ'ri'-.d beiwven
me Nurtiratid S,-u!IV- y-v ; .
Fro .States bav,j v - . "
I.ato Slave Statt ha ' - i
Th.is division is b oi toe m o,
slavery, which mad hv- fJavt . coji a-,
threafree, person-. BjI slavery bi,,
abolished, the freedmeu -.votii.i c.;uni the
same' as free white per-on; iiii1.-.-(...m
Constitutional Amf r.d: i :.t i.. a.i-p..-l,
notwithstandiiiLr th-"1. rr- ll 0t frniicliii-
ed. - '
1S60. U; V:" i :.i
Ti. ti cr!'r it:jh":.:C i : . '-'"i 2f.M).i,f.( 0
. iJ.v.ue IMS i.ii;iiovr ov. tne Jll seats
v - - a i a t
and t. produces as t!ii ratio of repres--?n
tation 111,200 tersons per s-ut. On
this" basis .he Northern States, would be
entitled to 160 seats in ihe House qf flep
resentative?, and ihe South 'to 72 seats.
But if the Copperjohnson scheme of rep
reseniation should be adopted, the North
will lose twenty-three seats and the South
gain as many, making a relative loss of
political power of forty-six votes in Con-.
gres and in ihe Electoral College in
choosing a President, a the following
figures snow: ' ,
Whole' population -'''.'' 31,2(0 000
Of which the North has '
Enfranchised population 13,800,000 " .
Disfranchised aegfoca ' ) 200,000
Fopnlation of Xorthanj SUtei lV.OOO.OUd .
, South eufrxnchie population 8,000,000
r- disfraucLuied ncgrvea '--' 4.210,000
Total Southern population' "" 12,210,000
Djvide . the whole . population by 241
seats and the ratio for a representative is
130,000 persons. v ; ,
On this basis the North will set 146
seats ana tne doutn U5. Let us recapit
ulate : . ' . . .
North on voter basis
i -a. whole population
Being a loss of
South on voter ba?ia J2
' f counting disfranqbised negr ia 4
- - -
Being a gain to the South of 23 stats. ,
If the North loses 23 seats, and the
South gains 3. the loss of power to the
North js equal to 46 votes in Congress.
The Copperheads, wiih Andrew John
oll nt iheir head, insist on including the
disfranchised neyrof-s for the sole purpose
of increasing ihe political power of the
reconstructed rbls at the expense of
the loyal men of ihu North. The ex
rebels peremptorially refuse to allow the
negroes to vote for members of Congress,
but they demand, the privilege of voting
for t lie in a- weii as for themselves.
To right thM wrons- upon the loya
North is the Constitutional Amendment
offered for the adoption of ihe Saits.
The question is not for iIim man or 'hat,
it is squarely shall treason be rewarded
at your txpensel h not Dniracor
Republicanism, ahhough the first eppos
ses ihe Amendment, the letter adopts it
as its Platform ; the question is not ne
groe suffrage, as, in the Pongress which
framed it but three voles were recorded
against Colorado because of the word
white1 in her Constitution; it is, shqll
fate traitors who have siren ho'guar
rardtes tha' 'U;- .' ul-: yu - . i L .
e'veh 'eVj'uai' pro'--eti '.a ; that -itl
woold f.otr recognize ihs Uii-ii; Jg.yah'lity
cf the rebel debt, or refudiaie the Na
tional debt, had they the power ; who are
e7en now threatening sj new rebellion,
and are electing the chief conspirators
to the high seats of-poyer shall these
States have an increased power at your
expense tciA which to again attempt the
ruin of our Republic! Will you grant
your suffrage for such an object ?
This is the question which we mut
deci-Je on the 9th of Oc ober, cot direct-
ly, butby justaininr the Union iicr.
' hose TlaLor: i; . A?.eLj-:?t t
theTConper;johnjoQ. ticket, whose
form is opposition to the Auiendmsnt .
loixsoDr"i St LVJTi speech ; ad ihat
j3,but one dgrejeinoved from treH3
who. will allow party prfjidice or aVk
rr.-yn to control binf wheu" f he" prir.c;P?J ,
: j'.nticp or th- aff '.y cf thu c-juntry M
That gioriTU.- har.ini-m vf
raj tof ma,i, Ho.;. T- W . T;ptcy. l.a.i.
rest tj iae a-.ci an tee:, or t ,
ot uii'ivc-rsal liberty. tUiCe tbe c;itv;i, -"ih
e cyiven I T oTT lh' ii c iTyT If - -t ;t
no cessation of hostilities til! the r:,-,
is complete. l fcas- stuini-eji e;rjpr.
18.104.22.168 iu iuij i.auu Ji3i oy ru. .1
1 . UCTru
i . , . , - .,- . -r viu,
Cty ha, felt his w.thereluke toC.
onf perheauiand-rang..vviia-fuA shoin, t
justice ; and ih'rcujh, hii;!Tun;a
fight, the everlasting. hill, jof Nebri
'wtirechoback l3.Aaihe'lhe greetin
increased : Iiyal niajnrilies.l Frca'pe
son. who at.erded his rncetirrjs wtlejf
that everywhere he isrous og th? yeoraj
of ;he land ta th.'i cece'sity fof l.Timei
ate action, and that the people ire r:-
where he has been. , His is a ransvrif
telleci ftg organizing y?d;ltfad?Sg Ion
men to victory I
- Union voters I bring forth oq
who stands'by the loyalUic'et ! A r
ular needle gun" victory is desinbli
see that iris hid V t
The National Uolon.' i
Thelori-rhreafn'i thhg hat all n
apptired,' ard a- D uic-crai w;- p-i-r.
printed tt th. Stb: Cay News otllcV
J -A i-' ' ,U1JU '
f i? :it ' Tff YV '
f-'l H ' !- i f tif- ft;tr'U0,
uuihoi u'puti tiaW tM.si men in oaVia.
nity. 'of j nien'Jike Tipt: ,
Mtijors, aud .Dailri" fall as harrale's
the shots from rebel "masked batten?
upon Union iron pladj. i . ;
j Its '-Salutatory" h fierce,; te3 i
, ."If thVfamnUed.etrins,of tha Ra.lii! i
eeed, the Union, such ai oar forefather! tut;ii...
will hare failed." .-......'.,.
"Oq the immrciafeadmiMion int. the L
balls of tha Nation of Alt the State, de-:i
weal g well aa thir. WE ML'dl AM) , ' J.
UNITED r -
"We will oppoB Kadicalism in all i. :. ,
;.asan, and call upou alt g kl oil. join tu
oi defeating tho'attemp'J o.r tha RAI10 .v
lulo to destroy Uonit.tsituna. i.(to ty a :
This ourlds rather f.ar.-
t.. '. .j: n . n
r1 .' .
. r V -
Xvjih:i an Adtot'uttt of :V,t ..i-
Mwft iri irj d icCtUre tf -divrrrfd a. .
cil li.ufi'j. May 9th, lbG3, 'ja-tJ .ii;- :
lowing arguinenta for making iiiun Ca
peace with the rebels to save alavery
ile there urges the Wen to comprtiu
with treason for the sake of the raariif
Twice has this arch copperhead lmv
bnked for, his treason, yU still Aeaik
your suffrage t "' ' ;
But abolnh slavery and yo abolish cotton rutf j
abolish cotton ralsiDg and the Sooth will pru4MM
own Curir, Wbeat and pork as she la enleara '
t-dir and. the 'arttrts wiU flod ao narta"
UTRluj productions, except that offered b rmif
trauporUtiou to the Xast, -wt.ih will couim
commodity It couveji,- tr rie uf frfljbt. A .
of grla teat to New Turk br rail frvta C audi I
will be cooauiJ ta IU iraawpurtatiua, hat tM
hvtiuin tUt Ue it on Umi-1 at juut let. f
it at New Orleaua at a tilQiiif xt. la (be I"14
ket jv,u couiie.e wiih ail . tie Uiitldie sriu ra4
State li the L'uiua. iu itn4nut ya cvuiiu ,
pur Hon of WitcuUtfin, lilutoli. OtiiolLdiaa ul
url, and ywu have XL taUxe t y.laiiwuwi
Cotton Statea a your cuatotui."
He, who ia times, like these, h,
personal preference to. influeco biiii. ',
very rotten material in the political v'
GEN. TIJAISR, j
The Omaha H-rald i heavy oo &
Thayer It snj'iof htm : '
AtUfownaille U- u. twyal tueni rail '
coaau-y.".. At jeck is'.iT',rry 1 w,f:ti iiv
(olaciv miu) lift tat inula out of the wad 1"
ihat trai.-!uii across the pontoon 1" -Uo bk
upthetainf . . .' "'r
W hat point this copperhead orgaa -j
sirei to make here.' we're unable to1
unless it is that-U"- Thayerjga .
white soldier? (leiiown among copperb(
as "Lincoln hireliug,") a ftt 'J.81
pense pi the negrq camp-followers J
still hurts copperheads to think of k;
treatment to the soldiert who whip?
their rebeTfriehdsr ' j
That Gen. Thayer saved the irtx?
Jenkina. Ferry, is the verdict of iT'
soldier under ht3 command at that w
Gen. Steel left Thayer in command j
disorganiied atmy, harrassedon aM" ',
by rebels, buihwhackers and gur
Steel went-to . Littla- Rock Tfc);.
?aved the army from" the effects cf Ste?
blunders,r-:.The Herald ulcgizes rtr,
the Herald villifies Thayer ! 'i
Reader, next Tuesday you bars
sustain Union men who standby
gallaot officers as Thayer,-onhis cof
head 'v!lhfi?r. , " . ,f ... . , j (
N'. 'IJ. GV Ti..VVr i msm: z
Ul.ic.. .riilV, tlUIH ti!-.'- fieirl.... -" )
1 - ' '
ortran:2ifJi iit-f!n? of A Joiio?-'..'; :
- 3 j
O'pperhead. HatQ bj'U, Cop-..,
does you any good ; it d r"t hurt u: ! .
G. L. Miller saved the'Ucun ia i - s
Ur't Store, and hates Thayer fcecauj -t
broke him up in'bii " j
"Bar down" JJasaa Miller, bar du: .
Loyal voters j Let nothing thort
shower of pitch forks, prongs down1 j
prevent yoa frcn plr.Z ta the'poli.
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