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W. MOOKE, Editor and Proprietor.
VOL. XXXVI. Wi 1 OLE NO. 1831."
A assessm Esi.-xTuSI3 uwIa? f-
thit tho Cotumisslonora of Clearfield eounty will
meet at tho followlue Maoos at in ,.r ...i.
dayuatnod for the purpose of hearing Anneals , an,d tno "veral supplements thereto, it is provid
froiu Uie Inennial Assessment, to r.-if ,llut tlie electors of tho several ceuntics of tho
i'ortbe townebipof tioshon at the school house severn' counties of the Commonwealth,, qualified
JU....U lunuMiip, me usual place of holdinir
elections, on Tuesiliiv Xovpmlu.r 1 mi.
For the township f Girard, nt Confess Hill
Sohoul lniuse on edncsdav Kor. Kith.
Fcr Covingt.m township, at 'tho house of Jacob
Jlaurer, ou 1 hursday November 17th. .
For Karthaua township at tho house of 11. J
lininoson Friday November 13tb.
For Morris township at the house of J. F, Ndsun
on .Saturday November 1'Jth.
E For tirnhntn lownsliipat the house of Jaeob Itub-
I ler on .'on clay November 21st.
f For Drad'.ord township at 4ho hnase of Jacob
i?nn-u wu xuusuttjr uoveiuoer Z-d,
Fur liRir township at the house of Andrew
Cro.'s on ll'ednesd.iy Novombor 2;l.l.
For Decatur township at Centre School house on
I Thursdiy November 21th.
For Woodward township at the house of Thomas
Henderson on i rmny November 23th.
For Uulich township afthe gchnol house in Juyns-
villc on Saturday Novembor Xrtth,
Fur lieccaiia township at the huuso of Samuel M
Fniith on Moudny Novembor 2ith .
For Knox township at Turkey UiU school house
on Tuesday Nevimbcr T.Hh.
For Ferpuron township at the house oT John
Orig"ry on Wednesday November 30tb.
For Jordan township ut the pablio scUol in An-
sccvilie on Thursday Decembor lt.
For Chest township at tho school house near Si
mon ItoribouRh's on Friday December ?d.
For New Washington in suit borough on Sotur-
duy December ad
For "ilumside towmhlp nt the house of John
Yfiur.g on Monday Docember 5th
For Boil towcehip at the bouse of Asaph Ellis on
Tuesday December 6th.
For Lumber city at the pub.ie school bouse in
said borough on Wednesday tieceinber 7.
For Penn township at the house of W W Ander
son ou Thursday Decembers
f.'r Curwensvillo ut the bouse of Isaac Bloom on
Friday December 9
Fur I'ike township at the same place on Saturday
Fjr Uloom township nt the house of Jamoa Bloom
en Monday December 12th
For Brady township at the house of William
Erhwem on Tuesday December 13th
For lnion townsUip at the house of William F
Johnson on woilncsday December 11th
For Vox township at the house of John I Bundy
cn Thursday December 1 5th
For Huston township at the bouso of Jeese Wil.
son on h riday December 18th.
For Ua'lield borough at the Commissioners' of
fice on Monday Deceutbor lytb.
For Lawrence tjowusbip at the same place on
All appenl fruu tlie valuations of Unseated
Lands ill he Veld at the Commissioners office,
od Tuesday and Wednesday, ibe 27th 28th days
of December, ISA I, at which time oil persons in
trrettcd must attend uc no appeal can be ttikon
sltor tliut du'.o. Hv order ol tho lizard of Com-i,-..i.,n.r...
AM. b, BilADLEY. Clork.
C.i'iin isnuners (Juice, Out. luth lsfio.
p OIIEVS LADY'M HOOK Til K FASII
IJ ION MAUAZISE 0FTI1K WOULD. Lit-
ralurc, Fine Art nnd Fashions. Tha most
magnificent Steol engraving. Doublo Fashion
riates. Wood engravings en every Bubjnct that
ciin interest hdios. Crochet knitting, Netting,
Kmbroiilwry, Aniclos fjr tha Toilet, f.r tho Par
lor, the lioudiiir, nnd tbo Kftchcn. Everything,
io fact, to mko a complete LAPV'S BOOK.
ME LADIES' FAVORITE FOIt S3 YEARS.
'- N j magazine has beon able to competo with it.'
None attempt it.
. OODEY'S UECETPTS for every department
ef a household. These alcne aro worth tho piice
of the Book.
Model Cottages (no other Magadan givos them)
Iirawinir Lessons for tho Young. Another spe
cialty with Oiidi'y.
Original Muic, worth 3ayoar. Othr Mag
tinos publish old, worn-out music ', but tbo sub
icrilicM to (lodey g)t it before the inusio stores.
Gurdoning for Ladies. Anotbor peculiarity
Fa-hion's from Messrs. A. T. Stew.irt A Co., of
Nsw York, tho millionaire merchant, appear la
y, the only Magaiine that has thoru.
Al.'.i, Fashions from tho celobrated Brodio, of
Ladies' Bonnets. Wo clvamoro of thorn in a
Jtnr than any other Magar.ii. fn fact, tho La- ;
dy's Bock enables every, lady to bo her own bon
MARIOS TIARLASD, authoress of "Alone,"
Hidden Path," "Moss Side," " Nemesis," and
".Miriam," writes for (Iodey each month, nnd for
10 other magazine. Wo have also retained all
our old aud favorite contributors.
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(From which there can be no deviation.)
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eribers at the following rates. Due notieo will
Is given if ws are obliged to slvnnce, wbieh will
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N. E. Cor. 6th & Chestnut Streets,
oc5 St Philadelphia,
ROBERT J. WALLACE, AmnwET at Law
ClearOcld, P., Cffie la 6iw'i Row, op
f'ito tho Journal office. .
dec. 1. 1841 tf
,r. r. KRATZER.
IVTKRCilAT, sad dealer In Dry
illClothing, llardwar, yuseniwaro;
Front Street aboTS tbs Aeadsmy Clearfield Pa.
AprU 20th lt,
LADIES' Dress Goods New Styles Alpseas,
Plaids, Moiatublque, Brochs-Mobair, alen
' Silks, Wool DoUnes.Frsach Merinos, Ginc
"ms, Lawn I, jiut opening at
J. P. ILKITZER'S.
SUT ani FlasUr la large qusntitiss for nit J
fr7 J.P.HBATZEJt. j
i Residential Election Proclamation
,' WHEREAS, by an act of tho fioneral Assem.
I ?f biy of the Comnmnwnnhh f lw.,l
i l" members or the Uoneral Assembly.
ame piacea at which the same members shall
havo beon voted f"T at the proceding election
On tho First Tuosday noxt after the First Mon
day of November, in tho year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and forty, nnd on the
fnilia dnv in .i'ami r.....k . ,1 e. f . i
rurpose of electing Electors of president and
Vice l'residont of tbo United ."ftatos.
' TI1KREKOKK, I, Euwann TenKa, lIiKh Skeriif
ui viosrueiu county, in pursnance of the duty en -
joined on mo by tho Act Bbovo roferred to, and
tha nrplaiuonta.thereto. I,nn O.l. m
in Riving Notice to tho doctors of tho county of
Oenernl Assembly, to meet at ilmir vnml i
V.IUIUCMI, quanneu to vote lor members of the
turn districts on TUESDAY, tbo 8lh day of NO-
EMBER NEXT, then and there, botwean tho
hours of Eight o'clock in the morning, and Seven
iiui K m ine evrmni. r m . J.. ... ...
jwen yoven Electors of a President nnd Vice
I resident of tho Fnitod States. And that ll o
joreral Judgos, Inspectors nnd Clerks who shall
have attended nt the preceding Ooneral Election
are required to attend nnd perform the ulike du
ties, and be subject to alike penalties neglect
ot duty or misconduct as they tball bo liable ut
said General Election.
The olcctors of (he county 0f Clearfield wUl
take notice that the said election of Electors of
1 resident and tco .Frosident will be hold at the
following places, vij:
At the house of S. M. Smith for Beccaria twp.
At the bouso of Aseph Ellis for Bell tp.
At tho house of James Bloum, senior, for
At tho bouse of Edward Albert for Bogjjs tp.
At tho bouso of Jacob Pearco for Bradford tp.
At tho house of 11. W, Moore fur Brady tp.
At th houe of John Young fur Burnsi le tp.
At the hool house near Simon KurnLani'h'a f,r
At the Court Ilouso for tbo beronth of PWr.
At tho house of J. Maurer for Covington twp.
At the house Of Isiuio lilnnm. iIlciirsaiI. fr
At Centre school-bouse for Dtcatur twp.
At the houso of Juhn Oregory formerly ocon-
pied by Thomas Kobison (Broadway) for Forgu-
At the houso of J. I, Bundy for Fox twp.
At Congress lli'.l school-house for Girard tp.
At tho public school-house for Goshen twp.
At the houso of Jacob Ilubler for Graham tp.
At tho 8chool-hou80 in Jnnesvillo for Gulich tp.
At. tho housA nf J. an M'itann tu lf.i-.r.n ln I
At tho school-house in Ansonville for Jordan
At the house of B. D. Hall 4 Co., for Karthaus
At tlie Turkey Hill school-house for Knox tn.
At the! Court llouso in tho borough ol Clearfield
for Lawrence tp.
At tho nubliii school-house for Lumbar fit
Ai the house formerly occupied by Tbos. Kyler
At tbo publio school house for the bnrouph of
At the hotel formerly kctd bv W. Y. Anderson
iur 1 enn ip.
r 1 1 . - -
At the bouso of Isaac Elonm, decoased, in tbo
oorougn or curwensvillo, for I'iko twp.
At tno liouse ot i). K. Dtnbakcr for Lnion tp,
At the houso of Thos. Henderson fur Wood
Wotice 13 iurther hereby triven. That
all persbns except Justices of tho Peace, who shall
bo.it any ofhco or appointment of trust under She
government of the United States, or of this Stato,
or of any incorporated district, vhother a commis
sioned officer or otherwiso, a subonlinato officer
or agont, who is or shall be employed under the
Legislative. Executive or Judicial departments of
this State or of the United States, or any city or
incorporated district, and also that overy member
of Congress, or of tbo State Legislature, cr of the
common or select council of any city, or com
missioner of any ino jrporatod district, aro by layt
incapablo of holding or exorcising, at the same
time,, tho offico or appointment of judge, Inspec
tor or Clerk of any election of this Common,
Tho Return Judges of the respoctivo districts
aforesaid are requeued to moot at the Court House,
in the borough of Clearfield, on the first Friday
next after tho raid second Tuesday of October,
then and tbero ta do tlioso tilings required of
tnera nv law.
GIVEN under my hand and seal, at CloarfioM, on
this seventh day of .October, in tbo year of
our Lord, ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-four
; Rnd of the Indepondonoo of """rv.
tho United States the eiglity-eightb.f SKAL
EDWARD rEKKsi, SheriU.Vp
Ihe nndorsiencd. in
XJ fore existing between the undersigned.
the publication of the Clearfield llrpublienn, was
dissolved by mutual consent oa tbo 11th of
Tho Books are in tbo Lands of the junior part
nor for collection, Those patrons knowing them
solvos indebted to the late publishers for cither
subscription, advertising, or job work, aro re
spectfully invited to call and settle their accounts
at their earliest convenience.
v. yr. Mooiin,
a. B. QOODLANDEIl.
Clearfiold. July 27, 1801.
C Ult WEKSVILLK, Pa.
V. W. UOKKALL, Troprlctor.
THIS largo and commodious HOTEL Is ds
lightfully located on tho bank of the Sns
quehanna, In tho borough of Curwensvillo.
The present proprietor will sparo ao effort to
render bis customers csmfortablo, and hopes to
merit a liberal sbars of publio patronaga.
HIS BAR AND TABLli
Will bs woll supplied with every thing the mar
ket affords, llafluian will always find his "latch
string" out. War. 23, 64. tf.
WM. M. IILOOM, of Tikt township, de
sires to inform bis friends and the publio
generally that be has taken out a License as an
AUCTIONEER, and will attend to tbs crying
of sales In any part of the county at the shortest
notice, and at the most reasonable charges. Ad
dress, either personally or by letter, either at
Curwensville or Bloomvills. April 6, '64. tf.
DU: M. WOODS,
PRACTICING Physician, and Examining Sur
geon for Pensions. Office Southwest cornor
Second and Cherry streets, Clearfield, Pa,
January 21, 1363. ly.
UUUI'3 rtuws, violins, runs,
Musio i'aper, 1 1
lin Bows, KriJjes, Strings of the best queJi-7 t '
J. P. KKAZEk'S.
Oil AWLS Brochs,
Stella, Silk, Bay fitato,
CsihuiKS. Ihlbet, all qualities at
f. P. KBATZER'S. -
CLEARFIELD, PA. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1861.
For the Clearfield Republican.
WISEP XO MOKE,
II V W1LL18 W. WA3Illn;itX.
Say, Mottle, say ! whence comes this bitter prior!
w lint anger makes those silent teur-drnps flow ?
Is. tbero no balm to give your soul roliof ?
ro Doon to sooth your blighting woe ?
, norrot shocks you, or what burning pain
'f. k5 !he 1ulot uf Juur youthful braiu ?
. UoCS m"' TJ U Klol,u ""id jour vision lhro
1 .... .
" bnt Bcnoles hand has this deep aciruisb.
i nt bids ynnr bosom with emotion swell ?
nut thrillilnr chord a tinii.hn.1 il.-i
But sadness, like tho tolling of a funeral bell ?
Bus throes of sorrow choked your wonted bliss.
Or drowned your sadnoss in dolors dark abyss ?
Has cere oppressed you ? tpouk, i'uir lady toll .'
"Yes, care broods o'er me, deep and dismal as tho
That shroud3 Erebus' black and gloomy ball !
My mirthful caso has betook to wavward flight ;
JlyTuind is wrapped in sorrow's shceuless pall ;
Jly muse has dipped her wand into my brother's
J'y brother 'a drafted-!
That pbruso Las told
Too line, sins ! that phrase much more Las told !
It speaks a volume to my youibl'ul heart.
That pbraro, to you so now, (0 mo has grown 01 J.
Oft beforo it has bad kind brothers and bisters
. to depart ;
Oft ba it summoned a noble soul to ylold
Its vital flame upon the bnttlo fiel 1 ;
And oft in other ajos it caused a tear to start.
Bat wipe nway thoFe glittering tears, and cease
To pour your feelings levin your swoWon eye ;
Uod ere long will bless this ttricken land with
And It k A son 's light again will belt Columbia's tky.
Let time roll oh : let Tyranny storo its cup,
'Till sighs of millions drink Its misery up;
'Till countless sutcrs gasp in deepest ugouy.
Let strife continue, and let darkney reign,
Till Despots cruuiblo to their kindred clay ;
'Till each proud foo of whits wen's ihghts is
And Liberty once more resumes hor genial sway j
Lot Justice sleep ; her strength is not jet gone ,
Oar ky is gilded with tho streaks of coming dawn,
Tho bursting incipience of resplendent day.
I VT'on ' r,,rl,JU,lon In kindling wrath awaits
A day more congruous to its awful flamo
' T .con'um0 the ble, despoilihg Potentates,
j And rid tho nation of Ibis filthy spawn of thame.
" iuois ouiy uwuus me tocsin s loua alarm
To cut theso chains nnd cloavc tho Tyrunt's arm,
And restore tho country to its former fiuuo.
A fow more months of torror and despair
Will end tho misery of the Corsair's bloody reign;
A few uiore months of fruitless toil mid euro,
And our lard win niooin in veraant lieaee atfain.
1 no voters IUT. Kiounuiug throughout the
Will swell the thundof of a pooplo's great com
' ' Iran i,
And wash tho nntion of iti fratricidal stain.
Oi.ru Hope Pa., Oct. 27, ISf.t.
Fur the i:pullicjtn-
Air Maryland, my .Maryland.
The tyrant's reign will soon bo o'er,
. r Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
You soon shall loavo Potomac's alwro,
- Abraham, ou, Abraham 1
Good-bye to you we-must abhor.
You soon must full lo rise no more,
Tor Little Mac will pcaco restore,
Abnihuii!, oh, Abraham!
Ou'r liberties you shall not steal,
Atraham, oh, Abraham I
In niggers you shall cease to deal,
Abraham, oil, Abraham !
Our Little) Mac will make- you feel
A wound that you can never heal,
Then you csn dance a nier reel,
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
Your Abolition's very strong.
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
Your angols never can bu wron,
Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
In darkness you can sing your soug,
And as your niggers movu along,
You'll lly before McClellun's throng,
Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
Your plotting h ill be all in vain,
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
In Washington you can't remain, ,
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
For we'll throw otl'tho tyrant's chain,
And you we neror will maintain,
And over us you'll never reign,
Abraham, oh, Abraham I
We eoon will lay you in tho riusr,
Abrahamoh, Abraham I
Your politics are bound to rust,
Go up Salt River, Abe, you must,
And in McClellan we shall trust,
For to his country he'll be just,
Abraham, oh, Abraham!
With Andy Johnson as your chum,
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
You shall leave your While House home,
Abraham, oh, Abraham !
To Little Mac you will succumb,
Nor will you dare to fire a gun,
For he will make your shoddies run,
Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
From tyrant's chains we will Lo free,
Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
From war and ruin nndjroni thee,
Abraham, oh, Abraham 1
Here's to our nation's liberty
And death to traitors such as thee,
For you shall ever, ever bo
Abraham, dead Abraham !
ftoTMr. Tait, the original proprietor of
Tail's Jaajih died in Kngland, in his
72 J year, the other day.
HSyThe debt of the citr of Baltimore u
'.I'""1 it"'n I !t fienr,
V"lti(l icilliin the ienr,
Ivew England and Slavery.
A friend tends us tlie following trnnsl.i
lion nf nn nrl-nln i . .1 .
I iuo uuove Puiyeot,
? irom tlie Aew York Courier do TV,!
or il. 14th or Ju,y Iast. We .oubt ,fj
mis cua.ner in Amcncan history was over
oeiore presented to the
public in fewer
ngp. JIow sj11
us ol tlitt n on-
worus nnd clearer lanm
would it have hi
for us of
b av.3 10 . no Kl,,t0 ,T..M,.r ... ,. . , ., .
c . ri, ui us M!m cuini ij.
uuao-stood tins matter. Tho fanatics
Xe Km.lfxi.1 rM...i .
, o uavcsucceeueu
to the Mid
lie and ostern .Slates, if this
had been done
The stigma cat upon' tho Southern
Slates for defending laveiy has heroine
mam. u i f.o olten repented
tnat u no
longer uecpives any one. We know, that
in any event, slavery litis had its" day,
whether it disappears at onre, (which is
ueiuier prouauie, nor even lictirable, on
nccounlof the inexperience of the blacks.)
or whether it is destined to pass through
changes that will by degrees put tho ne
gro in a condition lo bear his liberty.
Many persons pretend to brlievb that
tho North al'jno ln;s been the great eman
eipntor, without lemenibering historical
facts. They attribute to the South btrorig
slavery t-entiments and do riot inquire
whether the real abolition ihta have the
tight to destroy among their neighbors,
without giving them compensation, i d
institution that they have always used to
their own 'advantage.
In 1777, Jell'oibon, a representative of
the sentiments of the .South, presented to
the Virginia Legislature (ol which ho was
a member) s bill, which was ndopted, to
abolish the institution of slavery, lie
proposed, also, a plan of graJual emanci
pation, to which he added, ns a prelimi
nary, a clau-e to authorize the emancipa
tion of slaves; and this bill became a law.
At this period slavery- not profitable
to llm South had become a burden to
tho North. Massachusetts ul.olitihed it
within her own limits, without erasing to
import slaves for the South. In 1I,
JctTerson presented to Congress a measure
-r -:; ll.o imnnplolinn rf !nyno (nlrv
uie territories ceuea lo llio L ruled States
north of the Ohio, t'hat was a part of
the plan of Southern emancipation. IJut
this measure was rejected, ns being fatal
to the negro trade thai Massachusetts was
carrying on with great notivjiy. It was
1 rought forward again in 17J-7, by Nathan'
Dane, and adopted ui spite of the opjiotition
nf Xm Euyhtnd, In the meantime, the
trade carried.011 by the North became rhe
subject of warm debate in the Convention.
Tho North tefueed to have it abolished ;
the South protested energetically. The
North demanded compensation for the
loss that would result from the abolition
of the trade'; and the South immediately
granted the monopoly of tt-o'coast trade.
.-.T. 1 ... . . I' r . . '
to uie txciuMon oi loieign vessels.
Thus it is that the slave trade bad been
abolished since 1808, in spite of the edorts
of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New
Finally, during the Trpsidonev of JefTi-r-
shn, the State of Virginia proposed to Ie-
voto to the emancipation or Mnves and
their emigration, the proceed of the sale
of tho public lands granted her. This
proposition was (ejected. It was only
when Iho time fixed for the abolition cf
the trade approached, that New l'ngland,
irritated at the South for taking from her
this source of profit, began to consider
slavery an evil. We know how, i-ince that
period, the Northern Slates Invo got rid
of tho curse of shivery. They li.-eit a
limit, nl'ior which alt sluves tvero to be
fro. The measure would have hern n
gnod ono'lut for the speculators, who
rendered it urelebs to those principally
interested. licfuro tho tiwa fixod for
emancipation, the oa-ners sold their ne
groes to the South, in otdcr to havo tho
double benefit of getting rid of an evil,
and Bllinll their rollers. It enn bo said
that tha North aloli.hcd t'arerv, but did 4ivt
emancijiaU one Hack, Such aro tho men
who have thrown tho country into the
most terrible war ever witnessed. Since
the great agitation which preceded the
struggle, it has never entered the minds
of the puritans, (so little scrupulous about
the "peculwtr institution" whilst they de
rived great tenelit from tho trade, and
had their own slaves to sell to tho South,)
to compromise with the former, and to
be certain, before cutting etch other's
throats, ttial there wore no means of set
tling the question financially. We see
overy day honor paid to Massachusetts
and her sister States for their philanthro
py. It is this that has compelled us to
recall tho historical facts above stated.
One must be very blind, or of very bad
faith, not lo agree that tho most intenso
selfishness hasalwavs inspired the conduct
of tho puritans, it is to the everlasting
honor of the Democratic party to oppose
their exclusiro views, and lo defend the
rights of the States against a central pow
er, the instrument of New England. Be
fore posterity this section of the Union
will bear, in a great measuro, the terriblo
responsibility of the present war. With
out the agitation continually arising in
their midst, and thedsngcr always appre
hended by the Southern people, secession
never would have takon place. Tho South,
proud and irritable, refused to abolish, by
threats, an institution that would have
tthnlislieil itself bv the irresistihla law nf
rroaressaad reason. Finally, if .slavcrv
le made a crime, what will te'olitionists will,led thenilooeuimu fraud
aid of the. Abolitionist who yciterdsy Of- f every desorlptiou.
omanc; 'nation ivhiLL tln.r.n.
us conttiljuteJ o much
to perretiuitc It
&4y-T!ie fn!!o-irj' comniuni.'niion
'.II . . i . ..
0 uur nmscrit'crs. it was intetuloil f.)r last
wt'PJi I'suc, but win oiowiloJ out:
I'.r ,h, vicar uj
- -v,r- In tho issu of R-iftf
nutn's JnurniiK nt 1 Ln i'.i 1. 1 1 1 ... :- . " .
i .1 , -""i wi.woor, in wincu
Z 7 n"- anxious to lmvb tUe
draPg"i in. and . tho einK-avor mitda to
!Cast Vblofluy UI10 we, for tlie sitnpla rca-
in" rrarn y V001 D:nn' Une el"
nSo 1 hos diafted. I , too itoorlopsy.
and feeliii" ilmi I
fill . vi-.;" : ... . v. i
, .... o 1 11 jjiiua grave n loniereil
0r, e 111 11
. I approves,
a cause which my conscience dis-' generated and doietioried through thoun
3i, I remained at home. iSine.c Hint. ; worthiness of tlm mini, i.pm nf Mint
minions of .Mr. Lincoln, who rnulfla
.,1 ' ... ,
i support tho Abolition ticket in bygone
uuys under the pretence that it would bo
l ,u..iUi,,,ju looon.iuer tlieSoulh,
. iave sent hell-hounds upon my track to
.hunt mo to the death. Tl, ...!
,,. . ..i ' ""j1
, sulicrinirs uf the nonr s ,ivr !,;!,' n,..
I ' "...v... ,11...
wero accustomed to
rerountto mo. with
mc u.llllllllUiO I ears Ot hvnoclisv in thpir
eyes, were kit a tithe nf what they wished!
to tiring upon me. They were anxious
. J ..H.llWMJ
nn.i corneht in their elhnts to compel the
ol.icersof the law to have manaclos plac -
e.l upon my limbs, and tho brand seared
lulu mv f.w i 'I .u ...
info my flesh. The Gaoled patriotism which ! with curses, and with no stronger aouln
atiglit them to uo this, never le i them gy than that political dominion i superior
"""""'f . l-Ji'.1 "'.v '"G wo us precirus to,
mens theirs is lo tl.em. No train of
thought over entered their minds, which
suggested the iim-ssiiy cf their risking i
their lives in a war lo which they were
forcing their neii.dil.ors. Tho s.riU f
allection which coiled around Iha l,Mri,
of the wives and little ones of Hie poor.
humble, insignificant laboring man, could
bear no comparison to tho delicate ntirs -
lings of the banker ; tlioconif
of tiie e litor !
d and sui.pr'ior
and warmly housed circle of I
the intelligent, cducatod :
beines " whn ("1mkI..it.,I c,r,,i,..,i ,i. :.... : i .
..1 . .
,r.i." . .
ui mo iiusuuuMer, or ino-'s wiio had been
accustomed to the luxurious household of
the lawyer and divine
Dillerent thoughts, however havo cl. -
tained possion in my mind. 1 thought
that men of wealth, churacter and sti nd-
ing, should practico as well ss preach war
That if jireaching war was really necessa -
rv.it COIlld liflilnni.mMUil.l
industrious fanner or laboring i.,i, .,1
iho I i7v tnilnr n.n r,:i
..... ui, - ir inu
(lions, n'Lytws, mural and lioiXest lawyer.
"vi1" i.im;u i uiivm tioniniiiieu, oi
ofFeiice perpetrated against society, moral
ity, religion or decency gives them tin
o crime which I have committed, or
eives them the
rilu to iiiako my name a reproach and
ny-woru in inn eomtntinity.
1 nnver ml.hn.l ,.n r.tii,,;, ,1 ...
in which I resided and compelled an hon-
est father to atone for my misdeed... Tll(j
stroke of the cowhide never visited
back from tho hands of an outraged la -
live, lor vil ifying my own fi,shand bloo.l.
My speeches in re.-ard to mv wifrf- neve
cnusc.lhor cheeks to Jinglo will, r.hamo
after my bru.ality'hnd caused her to seek'
her In her house. 1 t.cvrr n..n,n,l il,
liverv nf llenv-n to tmMl,,u;iin
uesfcrated the sacred desk when I knew
mUnrl R. t,!,,l, ,.,L(..,I .1: .-
my hypocrisy, nor been ruiltv of usint
sm li i n.lilnn l. 1 '
Z I r1! 11V ' i: ",,?"s'r;
,v.j...--.iwiii lui- ji.uii iivn iuo. jihii
I been guilty ol anything of this kind, 1
would deem myself fit (0 be pointed at t.s
an object of loathing nnd contempt, and
deserving of being driven lrom therein-
;.tion may reach
Hoping tins corumuiiio
your hand, and you will do lue tho favor
to publish 1!,
I remain yours.
Lawrence Twr., Oct. 'Jtli, IbGl.
THE STATE SENATE.
We give below tho names of. Senators
holding over, and those elected at tho
lute election by the home vote.
Sesatoiis IIoi.niNo Over.
rhiladeldhi.i Jeremiah XWj, G. Cou
ncil, J. JJ . Jlidywa;.
Chester Witmcr Worth injton,
Susquehanna II'. J. Tu'rdl.
I.uzoni J. C. Stark.
Tioga S. V. Wilson.
Cumberland Geo. II. Rucher.
Adams Wm. M'heny.
Clearfield Wm. A. Wallace.
Indianna lr. S. CVeir.
Allegheny James L. ilraham.
h u 1 1 e r Ch as . Mr Can: Hess
Way no II. B. Ucardsleo.
Lancaster lien. l'hapnryt,J. M. Ditnlap.
Dauphin- -David Hemming.
Venango Thmas llJje.
Washington Wm. Hoppkins.
Somerset Geo. 11. Householder.
Westmoreland J oh n Lat la.
iNortuumueiiana David !J.. ZUontgnnv
Democrats, 11 Shoddyiles.
Fi.n-TFD i ISC f .
Philadelphia ('. M. Donovan.
Montgomery Ih race lioycr. t
Jiucks O. 15. James.
Lehifih Geo- B. Shall.
Berks lleister Cly mer.
Schuylkill Wm. M. HandaU.
Union John Wall.
Miillin J. II. Walters.
Blair R. W. Christy.
Allegheny Thomat J. Nngham.
Crawford .V. B. Loury.
8 Democrats, 3 Kboddyites.
Total Democrats Id, Shoddy, 17.
VnTF.rXlTvhen vou eo the polls next
Tuesday, before vcting examine your tick-
ets carefully. The desperaiionof the Ab
50 Per Annum, if paid in advanJ.
SER1E S-VOL yZnoIT
WHAT OTHERS THINK
n e corned tho followin2 article tnm a
I-on Jon paper to ytote Ch.isKins
tonerally, and supgetst that they stk'. it
undor tho nose of every ranting hypocrit
ical preacher tvho prostitutes his faculties
lo Iheadi-ancement of pai ly politics, nril
encouragcins tho shedding' of brother'
blood for the uni,0iy purpose cf placing
the tugro on un equality with the white
The Chiistain Keligion in America, a
i It would be nodillioult matter to show
that the practice of the Christian religion
! Oil the North American rnniiin.nl iu A.
' Hint its vital Knil-i. Inn l.nrn oo.J.... II,.
... . ., V . ' "-'V
uuring me last generation that
' almost as martyrs, and who elected toeo-
iure exile ntnl privation that, they might
, keep their fith intact, have, as a body,
:n.. '. -r
""i";! "un iiiv, ri:-iiiui3llJ, Lir l i'r.lll.lMi oi
1 i;..i i iu... ,. i
fc11 "iT ivi H-4LU1 ;II3 1.IIU13 UliU
! simulacra and thai activn nnd earnest
( 'liri i i:tn i t If tula lini.nmu rrtt . .1 i..n 1 1 it n
1 (.' hriilianilv h,. Iwrnmi.
failure amongst twenty-two millions ot'
people, who contemn its ehoritublo and
jUlj IV, . . V V. Villi IUU UB III
1 merciful doctrines, and hava f.
1 abandoned themselves, with
; dissenting voice, Medina tc
..i . ' ... -
or to;ir years
i A m ric t r.i i- r ,
to the gospel, to an unbridled lust for
rapine and sl.iughtcr.-(& 71 Una,, ,
IjninvTP O "1 Ul t
".: U"" - ii01'
ia. t Ltor J ''P"tUsan :
What strange men no havo in our
f"""'' ""-a-dfys i men wb:, sw4ar by
l1 e A,IuleVy l! iey ni 1 n(A r';,y (""'
- ,g ,u, , CT
" ,y n (,ra,ted' uuL SU' lueJ'
iU Kt 10 Di,i' an,'1 Bh'J0t JU!" 6UoU !uen
1 im wh hftvst in Trmlv ti-iwtibl.in
u: Ullt i( (Vl
, . , . ...,.,.
' T , , ' v i T
i U'cy ,a,'s."k, AbllllUou uob, and
turn tlici; uac k3 uI,on ln3i and soy lo an-
' "!l',Gr,m,Rn- J'i not go to the Army
' n.l figlsfc f or mo to Help free my b ack
,"'el'ir(,a ? 011 be,c- 1 cannot go ; I havs
I a W1 aV, lw0 ,r , cll,Ulr, t0
1 la.'"' , , rnl'aP 1 man ho wishes M
hire for tllO pUl'liOSO ol Stoilliilli; bullets
fj-' e'- eight sinull child. eu to provida
i ior, iiut nn ilillcrcnce f o the Abolition-
Such was the rnco of one of tho Aboli
tion conscripts o!' Brady. lie ropni led at
1'tookrillo on the L'Oih inst., for the pur
pose of getting himself exempted, but
billed to rot it ilono. Alter he received
, J'ls trans'iioitaiiori ucKct, he uiowed right
J'."1' nB " h.0 w9.RJ,nS -o "wollow up ad
''C coppe.heiids.il Urady lownsL.p. buys
, :. n'V "KO.'.g r.ht uown tu
' I,"'fi,ul -1 ,,.'U LJot llt J."s "
M " bnp "'I'-" , . ,
' . L, wtlf fora l"S a" KUt'
,.-7? "V"8 , T' ' . , , '
'"'W :. , 1"
"-......v.. ,v.UVo (,Uv ouu
ttitul for Uio poor degraded
I Shame on you, Mr
for such talk
I'lSllllllI 1 gUCSS J011 W
stay hero nnd
ut1 cnrefu ,1,al H' o not hit any nf
I II C 11, Or y OU T Cll I CUSS W 111 OO I Oril IO n 111-
tiers. Democrats are not to befooled with
any longer not i yen copperheads,
j ilewnie of such traitors ns Arnolds, or
there was an Arnold in the Revolutionary
iw ar Mid he was a traitor ; but i bolicvc
I these nro traitors to their God nnd their
'country. Any prison knowing them can-
; ,. thU
Such is tho piilriolism of tho men who
howl "traitor" and "eoppei head" at cverv
man who is opposed to this cruel, fanati
cal war. Such men ought to bn cseortet'
out of the county on a good sound oak
Mr. Kditrr, j louse let the above have o
place in your columns; nnd if any man
doubts its veracity, let him come to Brady
nnd we will ptovo it to him by men who
witnessed the same. They dare not dony
it. If that man has patriotism, it lic
miylitv low (town ins t.
No more at present, but remaiu yours
NOW AND FOREVER.
VOTERS! If you are in favor cf the
Union as our foi fithers made it, an'J as
you have enjoyed it, until tho inaugiira
lion of Mr Lincoln, vote the Democrat
VOTERS 1 If you reverence the Con
stitution, w hich is the fountain-bead of
your individual rights, vote the Demo
cratic ticket I
VOTERS 1 If you valuo tha right of
hnhcas corjius, and are opposed to execu
tive tyrahv, vote the Domocratic ticket!
VOTERS 1 If you esteem trial by jVy
free press, and free speech, among your
icalienabto rights as freemen, voio th.
Democratic ticket 1
VOTERS ! Ifyou are in favor of p-ae
happiuess. national and individual pros
pentr, vote the Domocratic ticket 1
VOTERS I Ifyou oppose taxation, n.-:
disapprove nf corruption and doHpoliim.
vote the Demoorntic ticket I
VOTERS I If you have friends and re
latives in the army whose life you pri?
and whose sentiments you nprrovc, vot'
the . Deniocratia ticket, headed ly th.;
great name of Uaorge B. McClellaa 1
VOTERS 1 Ifyou are orpoe J to oe-r
eduality, and in favor of the rig) is of
white men, vote the Democrats ticket)
VOTERS ! If yon are m favor of your
country vote tho Democratic ticket!
-3Mocby'g command of guerrillit
consist of about four hundred aul eight