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Ithaca journal and advertiser. (Ithaca [N.Y.]) 1847-1866, October 12, 1864, Image 2

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a i l ! I T H A C l i i ^ d t o / - - lent out oj ,, j Ci, ; - |« a iies o r ,A < iy e r t i» i« g ., do 1^3' do S. mo|^ths.i| ---- Wf. iJaenC months t^ae' inight best serv|^ their ii it^re^st 5 , ri'Ss45”4'livl th e course Q f^tSil^gisidabii a^ am iiies as to assist his ehanei of the-Sehate. =U-,- o w s . ■ do 1 yeat. ; U N l i ^ N ^ h ^ f l A X i ■ #PRESI O ED ' E N T , A B R A i A M L I J S r C O L E ’‘I or ninrois,'. . , f ■ VICE. .PRESIDENT’, | A N E f f i E W ' J 0 H N S O K ; - , ■ ' I •' oh TEldrESpE. , ' U f iio n S ta te Nomrhatic ns. ?s Sp^?t«srSSS^TSl ■j ’ l ■ , EljECTOES AT'iAEGE. HORACE (mEBLE]?, Westchester. ' .PEESrra ■^irc Mi tenhoefer. 8even£h.mstrict—^3 ^ ( i T. Statli. | /• ', \If ■ : : v . . : : k Pi:< sidenc ■ ' ' A ; . C , q p p e r i ^ 5 3 f t ^ a v e iy person il albuse4|icl’ twaiddle were the tJs- tm^uisiiing ’ features., ; jfreteten^ing, io speak IfoA several ,,^entleraen of this vi- lage^it winds up h .diaMbe agvinst the >-p «w.xx, PorM em hefofEcm gress-GIhES W.| e OTGHK:^ s | i poiitfonist and to shoi thefum , . .. , -Nqvy, With all deferenlce to th is Citiz(!] ex tr a , w e do n o t believe, w ith p o ^ s ib 'y one of-^ tw o exeep cions, I th e g e r t l e m 'e h i t d rag s jbefore th e j p u b l i ,e have, th e [ lea s t fault tp find persoiu W e kdow th a t th e has no con tro v e rsy w it i ^ t h e in , and. h a s on' ihany i n d v a r io u s Dhcasjons .had o p p o r t u ­ n i t y , ijrhiGh it ep i Drpce^, o f commeindiiiig them lib th e public iir tiheir buiindsjs and social irelatiqns'; tuia, k i l o ’l l th a t , ,1n .m any instances, th e y hajve f e lt, a n d recogT nized ijts; c o u r tesy and k in d n e s s , and[recip- rocated its v o l u n t a r y acts o f n e i g |b o r l y ' “ ’wC A id J e t I f '6.” »And gati ified th a . th e y w ill disposition to f th e J o u r n a l is we] not. th a n k th e “ ,Ci @MimJNI T 0 F I k '■ |:v' k- Mass Meeting A t t r u m a n s b ^ r g ; lOpl T b iirsiaiy, October pO, 1864,;! I dawM cEoccasion thh al)le aid eldctn'ent ° i HOiN^ c j C. W O O P W I A N i, I . o f:‘Boston, will address tad audience. Also. [ ' J ildE0R<5E L. M A Y N p q , Esq.J ' a life-lc ng.'Oem'ddrfit, and'sfncq the war one of he hoidest tfnd most powerful apd elogu: mt chaUipions d' • the; Goi ernment and the ¥ n ihu rn th 3.1and. : . ' ■bnio: 1 Men o f Tompkins, Schirylei and ^eneca, tiin ouf on ,his great,day and make it the rgiieatest r a c ­ ing e v e : held bet'ween the Lakesi p j ■ .Fnrtl er partienlars n ext week and' in hahdfbillsi .i= i Do We Want an untried.Rpfesidehit ? . iftf ecd .hot be Isaid that ic |the nomina­ tion ’of G-pn. McGlell-ak-tlie Copiigrhehd's hsiveiput forth, a man without] a pakicle'.of vii experience of pivil .life jon g thtesri|iarish||p. -- AjimaW educated., for ’ a single profession,• add i^ho pever had thd%ligl test fpporttin- ityj ofjacquiring knowledge in Gi^veimmhn-- tafi affairs-|-wli0 ncVqr h§ld[ a pivil offlee, ■ n # M d ^ , opportunity, or kiaining that ^ penence. necessary. to j, success fiilly dis-' chai]g|i.. the duties of the .Executive; of’ this’ grptjriation even in ;times j of .peace- say ubthing of the-trihls an|l] responsibilf ' ties, a^ded ‘by this great ciV|il War. That ■ .pcjctioji of hisTife w-h|ich has heen devoted ■ t <3 the j public serviqe .cost j the, nation n|iil- ious of nfoney and thousihpd; . of4 iyes-f—a vast;lji|ea.s«re of wealth and l|l( od for which th 3 (^duntry received no* re iurn. That pi ase of!his character mpstj fs miliar to jthe eiuiz^s of'the United Statejs is. rnarked;by ”4^bili;tffles scarcely abbve| mejdiocrity, by an arnbijbjioiL -without talen|fc, by ati uneq;ua|led by a boundltessl mania for dispilay and ^ i e i t o r , and by akserjvae devotion to tte 'i n t # 3sfc of slavery and h is party, which, . i|Q thj^‘tacst’trying days of the Republic. i iiixtoujited'alniost to tfeasoQ;, i^ut .< f P'. liticaj]| experience,-eitheir legislative or ©th- .erwisp, he has abshlutfelj none. H e has nhvei^by -word or ded^k,g;ven any'indica- 'tign. jthat he possesses a particle of tbat .abiliW: which is ndeessary to the; head ©fa • g r e h | g o v e r n m e n t an d to th^^'exifecutive 'e h i j ^ M g reat-n a tio n . ^ S^ihat^ver m a r k ’ d o rpe ll If. • te lias made has heen:inade, as la militky f J I But his 'tretched Mure asra : ■ k 4ead|fe^f our armies is not only a mattpr' k'^, . - of K ™ every sch lolboy ,'' bu^ is' a ■ k;km,att|rfbf fefelmg tp .tie U -rme-rs and . me- I . ' b. chamj3S whose taxes halve p aid-fqr hk c^st- ' ly ignorance o'f military science, and to - ■’ '' ' ' 'k .^^lan^rphans.. ; v ' ' ' within the\memory oi phe living ge 4 fratm ^ p itiei of the Umteh> ■ . - States have presented thr-<:e rnilitary pap- ■ k ' didattes'for the.', highest cflfice in therbe- i~ ; stowlofthqpeqple., Two of them attain- . I ed Me ohjeht dfjthejr l|aud;«ple aspirations. ' ‘ ' * '■ A lf If 'thienI were^^men whose success'on the .field of battle had eon mended thite to \ ' . the affections of the nation, Jackson, Taylor ■ andl^cott'hadl done the Si ite good service. / ' Thp laurels ;they^ hA? .won. and the ypctolr-. ... ies they had gmnedj in contending, agaih^ the* country’s enemies, hi,d fairly eafned. for them^a large meed; of n ational thankfub pness.| Rut what words are tpp harsh to .be aypfie.d .to, a genet^, ho aspires.to the having won mo 'no victories,,and '■ ciaihi\to‘''the‘ gratitude- oil the . . ., Repu^ibsolelyppon^Ucing series of disk I. , - i.jastijGfis dfifeatsif What bpithpt is'toci su- ' . verb far h/njaii who,I havii ig a militat} ^ ed^ ' ueaiiop^ hahignpnnmqusl^ fiuled as | sob . die?i ;an^ who, having no poliUcal pdpea-; I . ■ tioh seeks to play the pari; of a statespnan ? ' .. - His cotnpanion in .mikortuhe, (George . H f ReMifetort, has bben Mr' fhd, last four ' , J j C^ngr^ses\^^^ meib^er of tjie House o | ]|ept,; , [,resen,taaves from,Ohio. Before the out > W ak of the Soufhem he 'w^s . ., {, ,, , unfaltering .and [obedient foUower df •f'-' j\' I |-^yiB’> p I i ^ a r e b y , j d jminated .4, \k ^ ; 'll', -\1 se c u r d lafle mebtirigs4 nfi' d'Tu f'yotfe ih: J F o f p m b 6 r - 4 r G o v A . rnent. . ■' . - The following arje the .ftppqinttoents made-r-all ^ ----- 1.— ^ ^ , to create ill fee Besides, thekcha ab irig in f i e co ip m u n ity . izen'i xfcra'’!fo * itsefForts rge t h a t t h e s e g e n tlem e n .have receiv e d ab p s e a t th 'e T n ,u d s |o f t h e ;J o u r n a l is u t t e r l y fa k e l In the f ir s f p la c e . We defy an y m a n to , f nd a w o rd^pf p e r ­ so n a lity in th e J o irn a l since th e canipaign opened. O u r fih s are a t th e serv ice o f any mam w h o choosesiM ex a m in e them- and iid t on ly can n o t due o f these; gentle- m e i f s n a m e s b e found; in Qur td i to r ia l o r new s cdlum n s^—[b u t inp persefual, discus­ sion o r articles ijgamslj an y ir.dW lihe C o u n ty can bp. foupp. :In .this; re s p e c t th e Joui-nal presejnts a g r e a t y n d ; m a rk e d co n trast to th e C itizen, v b i c b d e v p tes m u c h space- ei.eh w e e k jto 'th e m o s t g r o s s ‘ a n d vin d ictiv e p e r s o n a l abuse, anfi- defam a tion. B u t passin g o v e r th is, l e t u s a s k / th e C itizen E x tr a w h a t H m e a n s b y itjs threat ?. D o e s I t m e a n , t h a t tile free 'sjieeph- w h ich it -and its p a r t y are j-|ust now .the e s p e c i a l . cham p ions, is t o b e denied, us.? [ p q e s . it. m e a n tc* th reaten th e J o u r n a l oiffice vviih iolence for ex p r e s s in g t h e rig] if o f f r e e dis­ cussion, should! i ; c h o o s e . t o co n d iicf' kfh< canipaign, on. th e spm e;’ u n p iiiicip led an d u n m a n ly Iplan oh w h ich ^ 2 ! eohdiicts it? D o e s i t mean i q ] t h r e a t e n this aestru e fio n o f o u r p rppertjy fiy f o e an d th e e d ito r w ith assassination ' feir . e x e rcising |the , f i g h t o f free |discussion ? ;This w a s all t.hreaten- e.d ag a in s t us la s t ^e'ar, an d i.hq p l o t w a s' m a tu r e d fo r execufeiOjn ; b u t ''v e jd isco v e r e d ;i.t'in tim e to M v v a r|t|M e ir'fteiilish m aohih- atio n s .j ’ D o e s the*C itizen pijoppse to a t ­ te m p t i t again ? If it^does n o t!m e a n thisj th e n its ' threalt is th e sbaHowlist' kind o f rav in g , w H h o u t ajny m e a n ing! whatevei*'; and f h ^ p n t i h u a r . . r e p e t i t i o n th e r e o f cow-] ard ly an.ljabsurd. ' W e i a r e t i r e d o f these th r e a t s and. me.T| naces o f th e d iiiz e n an d th 3 little/' c l iq u e o f m ajlighantsr w h o cpntrjol tfo t oon.Gernl! .n d ^ k tell 'them - once fqr alj .th a t while'; th e discussiop o f tlip grpat. issues heforei th e p e o p l e \\ t o in d u l g e ' ir little petty j , sq u a b b l e s ' a l f o i t th e s e p ig m ies -j and- th h 'i ^ tl e t a m b i i i p u s ! o f cians whjO have! ma<|e th e in .ting im .the w e a lf s id e of!poIitics-h-neithef .p a n jiiey b y .fo! viole h sonL a p r of, dest!ructio'n to , y e l ini^fosl to free! )eeCh *Arl3 36 to ourlpefo ur property,! inalienafilf ri^ disGussipn! 31 r' ithreats i aa<3 ■ k e d t , W J o u r d u t y tc F ” n - , m e p a 3cs, for. th e y . w ill, h a v e sh a ll co n tin u e .[ t o 'disebarg< otir coui s t a i d it.;,'T h e y m a y bUfif b u j apifo;3sassinate|us. in .the -daiK- th e y dp th is wC shaU cerk\^’'^’\ oui{ d u ty ' ea r n e s tly an d A n d w h e n th e y 1 a r ^ ^ n 3 fo hpm ie/end. ith naore p o w e r and] sev e r i t y w ill .b.d 3ur| bravej boVs ndj to fill oiijr place. ^ i)\ bieedii m g an< ;d dying on an 4 w rong, fof ‘ rty-Five Million Sevi 1 l.,.i .ttSub.l , .scribed. , .!■ y ' sei’iptipn^ to tMsj.pc piji|la !■ loi t i e battlfofielci Jefense o f d u f coiantry’s liB e rk e s ’an<i’ rig h t s o f “ free govdr a n ient an d foee, speetih, and w e sh a ll n o t si u ifoT rom ,.doing ; o u r d u ty a t h p m e fro m .liaif o f assaSsina!-' tioh a t th e h a n d s o f n o r t h e r n traito r s , li i t ieco n 'ies n e f o s s a ry ■ fo r' usj fo - h o foe t d d o w n o u r lives indheksijiiiie cause i|; fob o u r so ld iers are o f e r i n g th e jr s , iejb fioit sh r in k 'fro m ' the s^ r if ice ij The: hfo w ill s o o n 'f f iu to p h — ;ruth, ju s ti c e f o d ---- :l <k4~ I, “ The Hpfse-liarine Generaf’* Cl ^icinnati, G^et t*s- title for. .McCl^ljam' V-' t id'- tKe, i f e W iro D l j Wedrie'^ iCh.,! ,i ©ctodeii 12th. '* M l t e f e e w ^ . H . S e 4 e g . r ' ‘ \ - dhtohd f5th. Ffocll; ‘ • ^Mohda^,-:be0'17th. . ‘“ ■ • f o H - v ; , ■ '^h'hrsMy,.;&cto6er ^Oth. 3burK-3-X)ay Mfos' Meetlhg-rHo , pf Bps ton, and George L. Majr i 4 &e?-rri?«vg!'-''■ ■ * ' ' lulUs Cprners-TW ilcox pud D p n h e lly. vm d a ^ , - C^Mer 21st. i • Sai'dr.day, QpoUp^2d. . jafile,' Capt.' W: C kfo-—Mf, y a p yalEepburgh,folio Goodricli. ; L r ,MQi^dqy, Getoder ^ d th . ' W e sforydep-f-P i 'Mcyanch. - • * i irm lsl Skive on &F - bt ; o : ;' V ■ k 'Sai^iUy, fOfitoh'er 29 th. . ‘ = Tyisdfty, '14^. yy 1st Groton^foi Ca^^olinieCentr^ :,.y ■; T h m s k ^ . ■■ I h^ri^c~' ___ * Ty politi-'! , ; \ W<>vemi:er '-%?ii |e of, getr, : ,, ' H, Wilppx. h'byJV Gen.! Dix/' has*: i|eGently; bhen « e s l pq. fodifcy bufoi^sfohd inieti[fo| Saii< 4 sl^y)y'”:‘S V a s '(!? p a ; # s , t h e f J g - j _ fo ,jre^p o n d e fo b i k , d f e i , m a k in g an y e l u d e d re ip a r k s oii th e \ ^ !g f 6 |u d - V ' fotSiltapb <aty o f business a n d ] a W anVbf tim e . h e m a d e a- few cu ttin g - \ f, yG e n er-! Iplatlfprfoy We wi sh our'Deinocratsi who ^ h j t o ’be pdjfcicf^iiy honest and cgfisls^uf,! nii^ht all. his remarhs. Copperheads, ^ purLapd. sifopfoypf eqfose ] f be reaGhedf but foe great mass, fo - foe party-* | wquid bekTigh[tTf Mey wefe *not. diBeeived. ' Slid pry M fo foan-yri mean the, rpbfofo- has/bein toy qohv^A^' ^rofol tlhq dispefoefi' !'^ w iiiisq 5niSiDg|tnnf*A^^ War. foxxAj- WM lie Mwuo 'Ulii iiiiC! uwjjCi 4 lfofifoli||f!ifofo and;, foe'liswifi; 4 4 ^tioij th 4 .awaits them, i j/i , ! J , : I' i' Isfl'T* 4]'- V'-- ^ 1 *; : 1 ‘ II |S f i - 4-1- -:fo , ■'I,.,, lii fiiiiffi ikii'i ,8 t i 0 . m i ' , ■,<4 5fefo.'2 5ipS . . : . | ' 4 - ' I?,,.; -:|:-rk *',4 - f o iiilk w, k i \ ”*v 4 ! OO.U ,i'. -M - ' T k k t;'i ' vj 008 , Jvl. ■■’I- I M ' I] i- S' / ’■ ' 1 : . kklfo! V - ■*]' 1 'L ' i '.si.' ' ■ ' I ' i y ' • - ■ M 'i ! *■-1 C-' ■! i -. I GROOEETNDROVISION A P ' k l ' k \ : . ■« ,4 i i ^ y s - b r a ^ e * , at N O . 3 1 A l i R D l t i S T R E E T J i lie .keeps cpngtahtly on ka oithe bee t jgnality o f .good!s,'includiig 1.1- 4 : ,.. ineiitoitheb« Qplete asBoitr o f .good j ' 0 l | o 0 ( foE § I and aU artides Bidre.‘ ' Teds, Coffee , Sugar, Molasses, Four, Mek^, ^ U; Pidkbes, Sc., Me., nsnaUy .kept in a first] ... I —4. aUrbiu^e is rfeapectfliliy; solicited, dnd fSimd aB r W as at anjr; other plade in 4 k It-'-fipppIr;, |:k l l ■ M T H E R S !

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