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and provcntod ty tho policy and incapa
city of our rulers.
JiCSldO 1110 rOVlblOU Ul our uuiuriuu
policy and the restoration of constilu
tior.nl principles llierein. tho groat objects
to which wo look, arc, the conclusion of
tho war and the just determination or tho
oiieHtiona connected thcrowilh. The bur
Wen of this codIchI has become intolerable.
ratieiiLO has been exhibited by tho pooplo
of the United States to the utmost extent
,,f fuibearanoe. They were told tho war
would hut but sixty days; they were told
tho South wa not united ; they hove been
ill rnm limit . I'.llWf.st. HOW II10I6
than three years in duration, by promises Wkdnksday Mokninu,:::::::::Ai;uit o.
of speedy Buceess ; tliey have been tow to ; . 1
trust and applaud military chieftains who j ftiiJioCKATIC COUNTY TIC HUT.
wore afterwards retired from service, and j
denounced ami calumniated by tuoso who j ron silKltlFF,
THE DUTY OF THE HOUR.
Enough is now known of the ponce
such condition, lie Las no moro right He so declared himself on his return from I
to call men into the military sorvico of Canada. Dut as no such arrest is made, OF
one of the gravest significance, although
iheyeisoniid of it was not so commanding
as it might have been. It is clear that
Mr. Clny and Mr. llolcombe came to Ni
Orphan's Court i
? Valuable Srhl
holphim to change uny feature, than he hope of thus wardingoff the effects of th. .tJSsi u!!11'''!
" proclamation "to whom It vis: TW E N XY ACRES of uf 5
, towmhln. lain II.. ...... .ViMSuiii'
Enough is now known or the peace.-- --, ---- --- - - , " JtiSAL PstiI
movement at Niagra, to show that it waso country to chango one feature of tho nor likely to be made why the l.efaad J JlMl I oi r wdgW
one of the raresl sieniGcance. although Constitution, than he -has to change an- just as well make up their minds that this , 7,$M
....1 ! -I i i I- .1 I..,t.k.,l. I. .t.ftnil liv ilia AKnliltnn. Snt..' I....-- MJC Sit
nnu nomoroiigut iu ik lueiu iu uuui-uv j " u,i.ihp,u ; M" l
has to their aid in establishing a monarchy, j ' 'Old J oker'i
ngra as ropresontntives of tho Confederate 'onions toiween me amies, or i..c w ,
Government, clothed with authority to stitutions of theSlates, cannot be changed j Mcitixo op tub Leuiblaturz. Gov.
initiato negotiations for tho termination !l,y 11,0 resident, nor by Congress and tho Curtin has issued a proclamation convou-
rcstoration of pcrma-
cf tho war and the
nent peace. Mr. Lincoln, through Mr
Greeley, with seeming eagerness ond sin
I'resident united, nor by tho Governments ing tlyj Legislature two weeks earlier than
nt Washington and Richmond combined, tho day to which they bad adjourned
The Stutcs, and tho Stales only, have tho fo the purpose of providing for Iho bct-
cerity.met this advance on tho part of '"J11 ,0 'lo lLo8 "dngs. Mr. Lincoln, in ter protection of the State, from invasion.
tho rebels, and promised tho commission assuming mo auuuuo uu hub, um, u.w..m- Mora Abmt m Latfl Peace Movement
ron COI NTY COMMISSION!.!
CONUAD 1UKEII, of Knox two.
bad inculcated their pruUc ; they havo JACOB A. FAUST, of Cunveiisvillo.
utn a variety of eitUri rifes, both by land
and water, miscarry outright, or laii in so-,
curing tho objects for which they were un- f
Wcrtnkcn : thev havo soon tho prices of all i
iho nw-essariej and comforts of Mo go up : ,,, .,,..
to enormous rates, beyond the ability ol W". 1 4"1 ?'.., ,
all who are net rich, or favored by Uov- U . -U. JiCL v huo vu ti, oi uran..
erninent patronngo j they have undergone I
lomcslio bereavement nr.d bitter sorrow j for COUNTY Al'PlTon,
in all their homos, Irom losses incurred in ('. EVANS, of Piko townsliiji.
tho war ; they havo been constantly sup-1
plied with false information about current j.0Il ponoNOlt,
tivents, and have still ollercd them pram-.jKXRy V. PAltKK, of Clearfield.
iscs of speedy and completo Buecees quite , '
unwarranteu by tiio i'at acinevenienis oi OUR COUNTY TICKET,
inilubitablo diflicultics, original ond crea
ted, which attend the struggle, liut one nr.y
turn, has been guilty of a palpable usurpa-i
tion of authority. His position is utterly '
unlawful and revolutionary, and if adhered
to, cannot fail to lent! to the most dieas-,
trous results to the country, I
Had tho President asumod doubtful
ona ueocribed m follow,, ijI
th.. b, hud. of Ard.r7i7
one and a hlf degree. eii. o.
w line ook, lhnce b, ban UTS K
hirty.twe degree., we.t on. huAS
tccn pcrcbt. to a ro.t, thenc. b j! 54
fiflT-nino nerehe. t ii. -i.!! Ul '
The following article from the pen of
Horace Greeley, appeared in the Indepen
dent (Beeeher's pnpet) of the 28th July
I a safe conduct to Washington iu order
lllmt lia nml tlinl' mialit. Iull IliA mattor
over face to face. But, unhappily at this
point, for omo reason or oilier, Mr. Lin
coln changed hi policy, and in fact,
rlinnL'pd bis minister, for ho disnatchod
' 1 1 . I I ' . t ...t . I! l 1 I.
Mr. Iiav, his private secretary, to Xingra;g"n. in u.q one oi n wiS8 poney, wm:u
-:n. .i,i,..i T .inm it sten could not bo approved, thero
mnv oiu-nm." which was certain toter-, would be much to extenuate tho error. , ' i renci.eti ii,nt ci,v f,.om pixie ,via Iter-
' ' . . ti . . . i . .:.. . i. :...!:.. i . ... . . .i ..n r
mitiale, and was undoubtedly intended lo oie present iiibiuuvn, mu iuuih., muua, nn imporuini, lush ei a.m ;
iprminMA all noL-otiafion tor Mr. Lin- of the step is no less manifest than tho these but Mr. Thompson (who is in lor
termmale, all negotiation, lor wr. i.m , i , . , .. .. onto) wero soon quartorcd at tho Clifton on
coin know perfectly well that there could ( absence of rightful authority to take it. . th; Janada Jf Ningara FuUg i hcard
be no commission at Niagra tuthorized to .This ultimatum tho overthrow of slavery- 800n n(er of confidenUal interviews be
promifo the abandonment of slavery will go through the South, operating like iwcen somo or all of these gentlemen and
-or In other wore tho abandonment of a panacea to all tUeir ills. 11 will strength- leuuing uemocrnm kpiu our w:iim
neicnoorinc BiuieB, nnu iiieiw noiuicit-
townfbip, luto tb. cuto onttels
nnd described n. follow. . j iMC
i of An
1 M)t. ll
fifty-nino perehe. to tie tuZ 2
turning twenty ic rn, more or C ",1,tii
TatM : One h.lf ,h, pcC fc
eonfirm.tion of tb. eal., tb. iEWM
tbm.ifler, to be .cenred by bond ItM
on the prcmiie.. JOSEPH if fJ?.ttJ
Sometime since.it was nnnour.ced by I VI I f II If ""cu.MPrtwStirtl
telegraph, from Halifax that Messrs. U. C.I V "V,J ' "wui
Chv. ol Alabuma.
Mississippi, (ex-U. o. henators,) l rot. J .
1', llolcombe, of the University of Virgin
ia, nnd George N. bunders, ot Kentucky,
thin? they havo not beeo told ono groat ,i10
r.nd important fact has not oeen uissoini-1 R fartl.er than tho simple announce-
appeared anywhere in official documents j ment of tho result.
to wK that success in the war and the i To thoso who are not personally ao
speedy return of peace, havo been all this 'quainted with the several gentlemen thus
time prevenieu m-re mr, i , nomi1i.,t..a. it uiav bo intercstinj; for thorn
Tlie want of snseo bus herelofore rorbiil I . . . . . I ,
J 1 , . . , Jthe rtiiht of the ibtalfs to ckms their own do- en Ilia
:y reference to .he nominations made -at jmMJ .. Ie knew lhut 80.'aa tra
,0 Trimary Election held on the Oth Unfedcrata novenimftnt at Kich-' amongs
cranhio whispers of overtures tor "reeou'
16 weak and confirm the doubting ;
transfuse a new spirit of resistance . nn,i nncliHoni weie set forth
amongst all classes,, old and young, mala 03 those on which tho Confederates would
mond i.rutended to no such authority- and female. It is but another of the consent to reunion. (I cannot sny that a-
but hold, and bus uniformly held, that ninny follies of this kind Mr. Lincoln has
'the abolition of tlavery was a question for practiced with his loolish messages anj
.l,.nnl, Tlmmnsnn. rf I' ""nareti.
GREAT AMERICU flto
GAnnsini.llEMMisosiiCo". ,'pl I
Dan GAiinxtn ..... ?ii!
""nlWiTWl,,1N . T
in nnouncn, Hun'
the States in which it is found, ond not a
:r, lv mu uvii uu i ... . . , ., :.. i;,.
odious policy and the incapacity ot tlia, ' ... question lor tho governments at i oshing-
AdminUtration itself! Those, havo united ,io kiiow iui mij . ' " , ion or Richmond. Mr. Lincoln enun
tho South: these, havo nerved tho nnns vounger class ol men--at least ihal eacn ,
' , i' ' ;,i,, r, .1 i 1 ;., , i i 'ciuted tho same sentiment in his Inaugu-
of Southern soldiers in tho fiela c.ua in- cne 0f tnwn ls young enough to bo a can-, . .
. ',.,1 iiir,n, tn unitpil pui iipst ilotermin- I . , . r ral, uud scores of times since. It is clear,
spirea tlicm to uniteii, eainesi, ULieiuiin - j jalo for n .,lic0 , Lincoln's army of .... , , , , . '
ed resiitanco to our arms : these, in tho i 1 then, that ho deliberately determined to
darkest moments of thoconte.-l, havercn- conscripts lo wage tho present war untill yery lniUati(Jtl of BeUicment.
dered their submission impossible. They, , the South shall agree to an "alandonmei.t (o u Jn (,io LudanJ henoo hi() CQ(U.
and tho populations they repreaciit, nave 0fbiaVerv." We sny ihey are net too old i . ,. .. . .....
seen before them tho alternative ol com- fclv yslrv. . 7 . ,0 ho mumcaHon a.ldrossed lo whom it may
ploto independence on tho one hand, as .for BU(h "!ervit0 ' t,U.W0 a e no,!. 0 1 !" Wcrn," in which he makes tho over-
1 . .. ... . , . ii I ' l..l.., is iilimiilinil lilt in. I L III-' ' ...
the possible result to uo aciucvcu uy vai- ,vi b --e in,row ol slavery a condition precedent to
proclamations. Whenever the Southern
cause has seemed to sink and lag, Mr.
Lincoln has como along with ono of his
invigorating doses to givo it new life.
This late act is equal to one hundred
thousand nun added to Lee'j orniy. Jed".
nv of these renorts were authentic.) At
length, after several less diroct intima
tions. I received a' private letter from
Mr. Sanders, slating that Messrs. Clay,
llolcombe, himself, and another, desirwd
to visit Washington, "upon complete andj
unqualified protection being given by!
the 1'iesiden t or the Secretary of War."
As I saw no reason why tho opposition
should bo the solo recipients, of theso gen-
or. skill and endurance, and on the olh-, clination or willingness, under any cir
eras tho rusult of submission, confiscation; cumt.tnnce8, on their part, to enter FUch
emancipation, disgrace, and tho iron rule I , 0n tho conlrnryi it u our dclib
of the conqueror ; and vieiving their posi-, st 1 ' ll-'-- . . "
linn as nresentin? onlv a choice between erate opinion that they are all loo pall ua-
these rosults, they have girded themselves 'ic, r.nd have loo much veneration for the
great work of their forefathers, lo tuUe a
hand in anv such work uf national sui-
tin to herculean and desperate etlorts uud
still stand defiant and unbroken-
II ia .1.-. f fnr in In fnrntr.ll I Ii p fntliro. Iillt
It it nnciMii In rnnrnivr, it d.meprs. Ultil.cide. Lilt to the men
to makercnsonableprovision rgainst them.
Certainly, it is possible for the people of
tho United States, by selecting new rulers,
to put their public offairs, incldJing this
business of the war, upon a new footing
lo remove tho main obstaclo to peace and
Dr. DoYEtt is too woll and favorably
known to require a word from us. The
fact that he is now tho chbico of the 1'e
mocracy of thU county for tho fourth or
fifth time and generally withcut ppposi
reunion, which has impeded their gront (jon attests tho estimation in which he
ctiorts hitherto, and rendered their sutler-1 Js helJ . 1)U wlow citi7rU8i U u n dis.
incs and sacrilicfs unavailing for the ob-:. . ... ., - i , f
jeft for which they M ere incurred. This ! Unction that no other man can boast of.
. .. . 1 - l .-l- l 'CM 1.1 I.. .AAnlon ll.A 1)!l:lr!.ll IIAIllI nil I mil
is me great ana necessary wotk io oe none ouuuiu u icmn no ji.i. i.v u.m..
by thora in regaining the road of safety,
and to its pcrtoimanco tbey aro earnestly
ministration nro removed from power, and
patriotic and just men arc made lo fill
thoir places, tho people of the adhering
sections of the country will have done
thoir part in removing tho cause of war
and tho obstacles to pence, and will bo
he will be supported with similar unanim
ity at tho October election, and will no
Jacob A. Faust, the nominee for Sheriff,
is a gentlemen of excellent capocity, o!
correct and well-established moral habits,
and of the soundest political faith. Should
represented by men competent alike jo he be elected, (of which there cannot be
conduct war and to secure peace, who will
call into existence, for the redemption and
reunion of the country, moral influences
more potent than physical force, and who
will achieve their mission before exhaus
tion pnd inlolerabfo suflering have been
Coneluiton ntxl week.
The Peoplo will Find a Way
From the Boston Poll I, Dom.
The mass of the people, South and North,
and Emtand West, want peace on the basis
of the Union and the Constitution. What this
people want, to generally, they will Jiiul out a
way to have. JnUods name, shall a one
ua.v power, or a mere party power, in this
republican land, defeat so noble and holy
a purpose r
What is (his barrier T Simply the dogma
that there cannot he a unity of slave states
and fro states I An old electioneering pre
text i rut lortn, too, wnen president Lin
coln is callod on, by every consideration
of humanity and duty, to riso above parly
and serve lhaufiolt country. His course
ought to be considered long and well, lie
puts as the base of peace "the abandonment
of slavery." On other points he is flexible,
On this poiut he is rigid. The condition,
invohes tho radical change by slates of a
minion 01 white population ol their social
system. It involves a new Union. It is
revolution. It involves eternal.war ! Thi?
is the solemn truth for tho people to con
eider. What authority has Mr. Lincoln U
make such a condition an ultimatum T
S?TJbe Democratic Congressional nom
ination in this district is beginning to be
the subject of somo attention. Wd hear
the names of n number of able and prom
inent gentlemen mentioned in that con
nection, amongihem ex-Governor Ligler,
and Hon. Wm. A. Wallace, of Clearfield
county; Jude Hrown and L. W. Lacy,
Lsq., of Warren ; Wm. A. Gailbraith, Iwq.,
Col. Grnt, and Judge Marvin, of this
county, Either of theso persons would
make a strong candidate- Our choice is
tho man who is likely to make the best
run, and wo care not from w hat portion ol
tho district ho hails. Erie Observer.
btjk Washington shoddy editor calls
upon the inventive genious of the coun
try to construct somo sort of portable de
fensive works that will enable our meu
to march straight up to tho enemy' works,
instead of resorting to Hanking operations',
Scriboleru3 suggests tlinl tho better plan
would bo for this brilliant genius to in
duce the rebels to Cro blank cartridnos.
This.would save the cost of transporting 1 count v
a rational doubt,) ho will bo no discredit
to any of his "illustrious predecessors"
and the Democracy of Clearfield will be
proud of their choice. He is a hard-working,
industrious, aud intelligent mechanic.
Wm. M. MeCcLLoiT.ii, the nominee for
District Attorney, is well known as n gen
tleman of rare ability, of strict integrity,
and nn ardent Domoerat. Although
amocg the youngebt members, he ranks
well at the Bar, and as tho Common
wealth's ottorney and Advocate), will ac
quit himself in a manner that will bo both
creditable and advantageous to tho public.
For County Commissioner, in Conrad
Baker, of Knox township, as tho candi
date, the Democracy presents a gentleman
worthy of the highest confidence. The
office of County Commissioner has sud
denly grown to bo one of the most impor
tant connected with county affairs, requir
ing business capacity, but more especially
integrity and firmnets. Taxes ore unpre
cedenledly high olready all caused by
the war to compel the South to "abandon I
slavery" but unless the people aro spe
the reception of any communication on
the 6ubjectof settlement nny settlement,
however honorablo or advantageous.
What there ia in tho present aspect of the
struggle to warrant Mr. Lincoln in assum
ing such an imperious attitude, we arc at
a loss to discover. Had he ju3t heard that
tho immediate future was pregnant with
some mighty event that was lo establish
tho wisdom of his policy the sulliciency
of his material power not only that the
war was to end in "sixty days," the IVivii
be restored ; but that slavery was also to
bo abandoned everywhere! His call for
oUO,OtjO recruits is a sufficient answer on
this point, llo naw no bright spot, aud
no hope in the luturo; but was im
pelled by that samo spirit of fanaticism
about slavery that has beclouded his judg-
last and most unwise stop orau Vo throw
awny the golden opportunity of making a
r.ame for himself among the benefactors
o: mankind, and of healing the wounds of
his bieding country, and of spreading joy
and gladness in tho midst of countless
families, or all grades of society, who are
living In daily terror of his inexorable and
But he would not. Ho has deliberate
ly arrested negotiation lo re-establish the
Union, and demanded that the war shall
goon, thereby declaring that tho senti
ment in his Inaugural, " If yuj go to war
you cannot fight always, and after much
loss on both sides, and no gain on either,
the identicol qustions of intercourse and
Di.vi.nml hi Cabinet had not Hie power tlemon's overtures, if such there wore (.and
, it it is stated that Mr. Cay aforesaid is pre-
to do so good a thing for the rebel I cause . of ,o J imFortant letter
And then, how will it affect the oith ? t0 ,)l0 Chicago Convention,) I wrote tho
How many recruits w ill it send to Grant's I president, urging him to invite the rebel
army? Not ono man. But its direct and 'gentlemen to 'Washington, there to open
inevitable tendency will be to keep thou-1' TiJTloli if so
, . , , . ... kncw not what they would propo?o it so
ands away. A few, ond ouly a few, of Mr. . . , b , , ij imncine no oiler that
Liucolu's former supporters endorse his might be made by them which would not
ne-v position, and they nee tho moil fanali-' conduce, in one way or another, to a res
calof tho Abolitionists, who take good care Ij01,0,'118"1' ",d jU81 aUlLn"
to do all their filling at homo. But tho ( ives"ieCt ultimately acquiesced in
effect upon tho mass of tho people of 1 t(,is v;ew f0 far as to consent that the rcb
all parties is too obvious to be misunder- 'el agents should visit Washington, butdi
stood. They are discussing this subject '"cte I that I should proceed to Niagara,
, ,. , ,, .. land accompany them llicnco to the capi-
on the high-ways and by-ways, on the cor-. ,ftL Th,3 mice 1 most roiuclanljy n-
ncrs or the stretts aud at tho ctoss-rouds. dertook, feeling deeply, and observing al-
t nf 1 1m Vresi-' most anv one elso niiirht better havo been
dent to use the law to d.ag thorn inlo!nt on Ihis rrrAnd llut lime seemed
. . . , . , , , I precious, and I immediately started.
an uniawiui war. uutswe oi lue lawne,- Arrived on this side of the Fall, I wrote
has no more power than they have. That ncrosg i Messrs. Clay & Co., stating'that,
ho has so placed himself, is cor.coded by Ion tho understanding that they had tho
all candid men; and having so placed I't-edfu I powers froru tho authorities ,at
, - , ., , ., , . ,1 1 UlClimUUU, 1 UUIUU1 lieu w wrv...
himself, he has forfeited all cluim to their i . -,i.et? to Washincton. thev res
confidence, obedience, or support. 'Tbeir j ponded Hint, though in the confidential
his slers. aud accont the Uviov as tha fully conversant
i i.nii rptrnpA o,mnlnvinent of their government, and
ant with iti iititi-inJ
- . . ...
object and tho only object of Iho war, else! rT"c". , "nu. no1 " ' c P1:
, . ' irrs, I iequirel, but would got them, if
uv..c,i tmo nic.r iu nuu nuppuii,. permitted , and desired in order lo save
uau .'u. idutum ui-Biiit.-u iu iiinugurnie iiiiib iu iri)cccu hi mico 10 asuinginn,
. i fu .i-i
5 Male andp
Of llit n,o, .unuj'
T II Till W,.7T
IhM Ibe. h... b,.,.?
llie trtt orifinu,u J
tr Aft, HANGS BY Tu
(J Willi. UlUi .ii.Tj1!
Tin, Son lb. tjT$
Uji Mm cf Kmifl, I
th Fomtli brauut l,
fi rm tlx otln mini,,,,
I'nui. bo ill ,nt
I'tkAiiiK, DikiH Uin
tistlt lMrt gfltiiaim
North, ho could not
Tk MiiiK'r wtiuli till uutekli
CoiutHitte'UiprmlT for f
H ,i,e and be permitted thence to communicate M'dt, XSlh!'
n 'w'lh Hiclunond for the purpose. Not feel- v.Vk citr. iii. i..iin A i.u Km
a "J1 ;ingat liberty to concede this, I telegraph- Ki 'M'Kjff.S
1... 1 1 1-1 , - t"'H'" " ", inicmuu- r
uunur ciiituuiiuu io ncconipiisu mo enu C( lo Washington for further construct- "wuinthiviii0ri.in, or.ihibitio.(ni,ai.
than tho one he has adopted. On the ( ions, and was duly informed that Major f-ud ioi m? RZZZi
other hand, had he intended lo aid the I Hay, the President's privalo secretary, ."iV.nihJlX
rebel cau-e, bo could not have adopted alwou J ,81,nn b ,,cn Jf D,C', Ut?itns:?Yfl&,W&
ir , i- .i .(reached the lolls-on tho 20th, ond wo, ?vi' ".wmi J .nliVUIInoiM'
more iincieni means, l or tlieso great lE,i h.. riift
I DUWII VP " X- V VIIHUIII " llllOI " " 1 - a nv "IVH VI iv-.mi .
wrongs he muit answer at Ihe bar or tho Msjor liny, after mutual introductions,
country. , j handed l'rof. Ilolcomb tho following pa-
. ' , per( iu uie handwriting of the l'residont :
ins i;ro Ahead. The late law of; Kvccitive Mavsiov. )
Congress increasing ihe pay of tho Army
did not placo the while and the black
inlltnmnni I,. ii .. , . troops upon an enuahtv. It anva t ha
juu, .,s,nienu-: - ",..'...-. . lion of peace, the integrity of the whole Inion,
eu as a delusion and a fraud : foruosano. " ulv-,Jl1' vH. ror uio nn,i ,he nliiBdonmout of slavery, and which
Washington, July 18. 1801.
To whom it may concern
Any proposition which embraces tho reftora-
man will say there has not been much j
loss on both sides, or that this ia not the'
time anticipated by Mr. Lincoln if the
lime is ever to come when tho warshould
give way to negotiation.
But this is not all, nor the worst : Mr. '
Lincoln not only refuses lo entertain1
propositions or settlement and peace.
u.7n7c troops the increased pav commenced eomo. ly nnl with an authority tlint can central
on tho 1st of May, 1861 : for the blacks on tb.?, ?rmie !ow,'lt ?r "g"jnft V.ni,cd E,n.1."'
J 9 Vl1 will hrt forPtvfiil and innRiHnrnil hv thn mvnrtntitra
tho ht of January, I8G4 Ih us giving Ihe' government of tho United Stato(nd will bo mot L1
lAxHA.. . it .1 i . Ittr lihntnl lirm nn nhat an t ml sm fnllaftna1
ivgiuua uioiw yuy man me wijiie soldiers "'. . . . , ., , , ,, -"'"
f ,, . . , , I pointii j biiii the bearer thereof plinll linve .nfo
lorthe penod of four months. Ihe Tenn- conduct both ways. ABRAHAM LINCOLN
syltania licservcs were mustered out of
Mui.ct ra at tb flnoat andbMl Irm iiwd rc4lm-
irnrlil. Tin Trou do of Vrrhrmen tmumlttS
th ItafcMloa. Look it tin Sim m; t
DAN C A RONS
th Paopil'iriMnnO" J
th Jul U;uiHl
the service about tho middlo of June last.
They did not receive this increased pay.
Tl.. - i ,1 i.
l.uL!miA.f.i.-t..r ... J, ey "eiinuiouguuen.urantscampaign
ground utterly unlenablo and unlawful. ?m lV'uU.n. ""h, at
I lie makes the ove, throw of slavcrv. fa -lUe ?' ' Pnce: "e a'u"eC9 bolocn the
I' . lnnF i Inniloriit 1U flint MimmAn InllAn
are -.... i n.- c- . l i .
uiuiii, uuu uio uuvurnmoui', unu tiiose oi
Mote institution), a sine quo mn. AVo
colly careful in the solection of ti,ciri lo bnv. n0 roe, and no Union until this .
c :i ii..- v.; mi :edicti acknowledged. Hononfnilli Mm
iiunuuiui uuiiis, luuir cuiiuuiuii win very I " "
i' i . , , ... I War must ni-l(nnrlnil
soon oo nopoiess. r. uakeb is the man . . . ... .. luu historv: tho difference in ihoir n. will
uierwrowoiaMaio insutul.on, and not ,, ,,,.,
tynOBAMl I I. . ...ll . . . t . . . -w
' K1 "o uuwioriiy oi tne federal n .,
laws withiu the States. . Ittterve. The Zegrv
1 left the Fulls by the uexljtrain, leaving
Major Hay to receive any rospone to the
i'reoident's proffer shouldany bo made;
but thero was nofie, Messrs. Clay and
llolcombe addressed a letter ofsharp crit
icism on the l'resident's proffer above quo
ted, w hich I first read in tho columns of
the daily journals of this city. And hero
the matter closed, despite all rumors of
further or other negotiations. Messrs.
Clay, Holcomb. and fcanders remain at
for' the occasion. Ifo is ono of out
industrious and enterprising farmers, ar.d i
has a just appreciation of Ihe importance
of tho duties that will devolve upon him,
nnd will devoto his best energies lo a,
faithful discharge of them.
l'or County Auditor, wo have M. L. C.
Evans, of Tike township, who is also a
farmer, nnd is highly quallied for the
rifrrrnna In flu coma armu i-1it-t i
i that campaign, will be duly recorded in 'ho ialls, or at the adjacent wotonng-
ttlO I.;.., . ...r. . ... ' tilnm of Si. fill liorino'a nml apa fit III in I tin
j receipt 4of many, visits from democratic
i politicians, who cross the border on pur
pose. I heartily approvo tho President's bases
j of negotiation, and think them calculated
to exert a salutary iulluence at the South ;
, and yet i mink it would have been wiser
I to have interposed no conditions, but ask
. i uu vvuivuiiuica tw uliillu uuu itinv
mut be lorthcoming, not to establish The Lsst ScABE.The Abolition papers their credcDtials, ond then moko their
mo Lnion, r ut to subvert ono of its es- aro raokiiiff ogreat blowabout the discov-i proposition, l or, llius brought to book-,
But according to Mr. Lincoln, if resis- Sergeant - - . 17
lance lo Ihat authority ceased to-morrow., Corporal 13
IliA Ifn. ten. .1,1 lMt . ' 1 , ., . '1
... ..... nwiuniu u on mi tue tiaves Private
wero nil sot free. Tho 500.000
very important cilice for which ho has cntml princ.ples-tho right of a S late 1 ery of a tremendous scheme of conspiracy ! ,VI'nym,M lllfiy avo protiored that would
been selected. M r. Sfl 5. ,-r.i vn,mJ to choose and cniov it . ,l.t:;,n,ll.,ui: .J. .! not have strengthened the upholders of ho
- vilihiuuiiu , U W - - VII. VBW UlVh
man ; but ho is well qualified in every
respect, and a Democrat in the strictest
senso of tho word.
II. W. TinK, of tho borough of Clear
It tries one's patience to inquiro in
to Mr. Lincoln's light lo do those things,
so flflgrant is the usurpation, so prepos-
r. l 1 II. f r .
,iciu, mo uuuiiiiuu lor v-oroncr, is oneorterous the pretention. Mr. Lincoln, os
our most industrious, inlclligcnt, and j the Trcsident, is swor lo seo the laws
highly respected mechanics; and whose' executed, and aij j10 1)Dg 0 riht to do
uemocracy is of the purest water. : U to enforce their execution : and when
A moro unoxccptiouablo ticket was that is accomplished, his right to mako
never presented in ilm nnnnln f n,!wn !... . i ...
, . x w. iu vci'9, i or iiisiitncc, wncn rosis-
And in savinir this
retioction upon tho unsuccessful candi- within n Sii il,n ... i ;, i.
SSyA parly composed of five young la- dates. Had tho nominations fallen upon been In rnU. ih Let on.. in ,i,i
11 L"ifthciJ'tes before the; State; and more: such State must be
neonlo. tua trntli tt,,i.i . ... ...
l l ' tiuuiu ii i e ,n ..tt . I.... T , r . ... i .
, m.,Pi, ' .aiiuiTut ii, ivsuniQ us iunctions as a oiaio
J in in TV nn ah I l. - I T . V r I
u IIIIUU, uu IUU tl.-US VI lUe Ol'IJMl'
dies and three vouna ccntlemon were en
joying a boat-rido by moonlight, at Dun
kirk, New York, on Tuesday eveninclast.
when it was discovered that tho boat was ,
wnit for ihe Hi auow- . - ,hih
f A i K. HO I
filling with water and sinking. Ono of TIiat l7 will all bo Iriumphantly
tho young men started to swim ashore for elected, ia as certain as (hat tho election
another boat, when tho whole party jum-'inb-,, nlnnn nnd thci, lir. . . ,
ped overboard, and three of the young la- InT. n I .. 1 '
: , . ; Tho nnmooMov worn nAirnp hollni. oni;r..i
dies were drowned.
fcSyGovornor Seymour is a man of quocr
notions. He has ordered a lot or onions
for the soldiers aid a pioklo for General
Tho Democracy wore never better B&tisGed
with this part of their work.
tution. Mr. Lincoln has no right to make
now conditions he has no moro right to
prescribe the ovoi throw of slavery in one
Stale, than he has tho establishment of it
in another ; no more right lo make the
overthrow of slavery in the South a con-
IfayThe Armstrong Democrat, published
at KitUniotr. has boon sold, and now am dition precedent to nmu n.n i.. in
rari is a full fledgod Abolition paper, jmake the establishment of it iu ihe North
mm in-nfon.iooKing to tne cstablisliment i the Union coufeT It looks to me as tho'
of a Northwestern Confederacy, through (a rare opportunity was lost for compelling
tho agency of a secret organization known !eilner l" Democracy of the loyal ttatos or
nil,nn..u,ri-. - t- t.. i we uespois oi r.urone io lureuu mrviicr
as tho Order of American L nights." Ihe nanirJulion, of gyn'pathy with the rcb
disclomres go on to stale that New York, els in their desperate straggle. I may be
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, nnd other mistaken in Ibis, but I car.notbo in my
L'aslern States nro to bo included pro. conviction that every indication ofade
.,:,;,, . ,. ... ' .sire on our part to arrest bloodshed and
claim 6 a war policy in these States, mloro milt t(nil l0 dif;ibu80 nnd coa.
whilst a peace policy is to beadvocutwl in ciliote tho great perverted mass of those
the Westorn States. The developments now fighting to divide nnd destroy their
fiiiiiior rloolnrA n, nr. T'.ii-.t.-.i..-. and our country. . trTBTf
uhiv im. . 111111111111111111 i WILL r.Ariui -f
ho Commandcr-in-CLIcf io the loyal , l0I)At tho co of herpsj.p(ntl)'IN CU R WENS ' .l
On Monday, F?JTn
err ...u.iviv Pmtiit, t'fv.Jn
1 M. jiichio"-' ' f (ii, Hot' i
1 . frm. Ih il MM f Olf "Till
Mis3 Eliza C'ari
La Fetit CamiV
, Halnftnlfr'' i
In rT1 TT1-II
im biw;' w
,r nrand 015
-ill lnflbf W
iiaten - l mi
: n.i.Mri " i
. . ll. Chni
I... " -.. .uii.fcM.nt Wl '
inner n ii,
Stales, and lhat ho was so appointed and
sworn while in Richmond. The real ob
ject of this organization is declared to be
"to embarrass tho Government in the
conduct of th war, and to overthrow the
Government." Now, if there is any truth
in oil this, or if anybody really suspects
at dlou lloiie, July 2!id. Funny 11. Conner.
daughter of Edwin nnd Isabel K. Cooper, of
tan place, aged 12 yours 9 tuontln d 22 dnys,
' w 1 r ' w v. v . . . I -ahnl-A II A I O IirriJBI P - mm V"
rlicre is any such conspiracy on font. .rl1u ."V-BUV.. 04U.n.or ' AnAtL Ms nroWion.1 wV&JZfcf,
. ( vouniT loacuora inaiiiute v do neia ia . . .t . .....ivn n
ni Ticinii, --- ..i.-Mi
! where h.
that Mr. Yallandigham
has any hand in it
rest him ? There is quite sufficiont eausn.
All ll want is faith in Ihe story. Mr.
Vallandigham will nuke no resislanco.
Mv,j, Vl. iuot, anu( j County.Teacbor' Institute will be held la , a" ? v! r.
ham, or any body else, t) ie borough of Clenrdeld, coinmonoinj on Tuci- ( 'h"r P"w 01 lu'
it An ' dsy, August 21, 1864, st 10 o'olock, . ra., sad, ed t0, ,, ,,. . K,i
-, iuC, uu, "'-.eootinuinir In scnion rora hats. A full alien- V r .TrT7W)MT"
is', T J OBERT J;
I JLV ClenrBeld, P., 0fi .
J posits the Jeurnai I, IW
donee of teschers, and friends of education, !
tt B. CAMJcUKU,
Aug, S, 1361. o.0up L