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US Lklna" .ditetILATION II It OIMISILS PENAL
3. B. 2.f.ctZtatil,
• A. J. URBINO,
Tlliurstitty ilitte 3011950.
• 70R Viefi PaIIIDENT,
DentoCiatic Electoral Ticket.
' . : ELECTORS Al LARGE. .-
CTIARLES'it. BrALEW, of
,Col. co. '
'WILSONItICOA.. Dj.k;•;:s. - § . ; of 0
. .. DISTRICT ELECTORS. ,
1.-GEORGE \ . 1
of Phila., co.
2.r-Pl*ncElllvillpt, Philadelphia City.
3..•-••Ell*Aitil w4117313.*:, Philadelphia CO.
41.-- , W4tAit ILi WITTE, 611 ' 44
_ 5i40/* , licNain, Montgomery
6....4042; :.14 ilitiNTON, Cheater county.
7.—DAytti LAURT,'Lehigh county.. • . ' ...
• B.—Ctfirti.E KE.,st.cit.l3elks county. ..
. 9„.4Astee °PAriletisOic, Lancaster county.
1 . 0.--.lsAle' . .StEtm at, Union county. . •
11.—FnANctf - W. Ikons, Schuylkill. co.
12.—Tin5itits: °sr nuottr, Wyoming county.
13.-.:An4not EPIINGER, Monroe county. .
15.—Gxoiov. A. OnAwrotro, Clinton county:
18.-4m4ES RLACii,' Perry county. . .
1.7...11E312Y. 3 1 j. SMILE, Adams county.
IS.—Jott4; Pi ROD *eSOttlel:Fet. County. ~
19.--Jasonl'tliN r, ; Westritoreland,' county.
20. -- JAMES A. J. vett 4:AN, Greene county.
~2.1,-WatiAt,t, W tsit:e, Allegheny county.
.2,l,—J.iltEs o.C.itarint.t., Butler county. 1 .
2'3..-ToOitAi,CuNlctsctql , t, Beaver county.
24.--Joris.K#Altiv, clarion county.
415 --Vniczyr PLI 4 LPS, Ciawford county..
' j A)1 CommOnications, Ad.-krti.cments,
and Noticeit ornnv kind, tnnst, to receive an in
sertion, bo haiHtdedi in on 11f7cdnesdays by 8
tgr Blank Deeds, Leases, Contracts, Bonds
Mortgage% &0., coristantly on hand at this office
We also give riotied i that we will fill any . of the
above instrnmdnts at charges so moderate as to
(trove a saving,to those ,haring that kind of busi
ness to be :done.
NOVMSDL - 11 4111.
A word 'tO so cot, inteingent Vo
. In this happy, p osperous ,and powerful re
public, it is the imperative duty as ell as
priceless privilege Id the free - man to express
through the ballnt box his convictions can
measures.'. Of : govbrrarkeusal policy_ Thoto
. 1 ould be the fruit of careful
randy 'any ,patiep investigation, every citi.
sen shoul c;alciala e the effect of the vote he'
deposits tt order t discharge faithfully, the
trust reposed,in hirn by our iustitutions. lie
should approach the polls with a patriotic
purpose, and unmeved by itassiou or prejn;
dice. That wear4n which
- , "t'Ertecutes a free.rnan's will .
-. 'As liglateingidoes the will olGod," .
might -never to be wielded in a moment of
excitement, Cr ins spirit of hate; nor should
the voter . permit another to think for him.
Hence that , secrt, political order in , our
' midst, which exalts from the individual ; un
nomplaieing submission to its deerees, is dam
moan, because its is et.''' war with the genirA
of ow- institrition and attempts to take from
:the.nit*n that itrclispensable 'attribute of the
freetrum,—the tight to decide for hinvelf.,
We hope arid belere that a political organi
zation so plainly bpposed to liberty and jus
tice,. will- nut lying exist aterfrng intelligent
men. Thotki, ita foot steps "' ; were visible in
=any of our townships in the: late election,
we-are eon'Atleni that the
~" sober second
tbought:of the *pie" will drive it from the
oommunitynhick it has chsseted and denim
alised. i ,‘.3,,
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Tuesday seat (Nov. 4th) ,the freemen of
this cotintrY are called upon to settle at the
rpolls impatient and alarming issues. If they .
will come to the settlement of those issues
with patriotic hearts and
, ir disposition to
promote the, interest and well-being of their
whok country wshall not ctimplain. If, ,:on
the other hand t, ey approach' the polls, ini
mated with'hatrCc) toward our section of the
Union, every true patriot will have cause to
regiet the resul t Despite the warning or
Wrishington, ageographieal party has grown
sip in onr eirunt'; th reatening the destruc-'
tion of the go ve rnment which his wisdom
helped ,to devil and Iris good sword defen
ded. ThatTarty is indebted for the little
power, 4t potaesses, to the spirit of ' bate, aid
the base Pituclibes of the unthinking, bigo
ted', citizen':_lts *sect:resit in this. •straggle
would Serionsly endanger Ile per lIIIIIIMICe of
the repUblio and the prospirity of her' peo
ple. If the,opimons of its leaders are worth
anything, hi dedigns are- hostile , to constitts
fiat's! liberty,- and to a •Union With - -Slave
bolding Strito that Union formed by our
fathers ; and
,justty hold sacred . by all 'pattiOta...,
Section:die:it -with its disunion tendencies, is
nowitarking a desperate effort to get control
of tho,go:rerruineut. If triumphant, fifteen
sovereign St.nte l are driven from the Union, or
what is eqUivalaut,•emried their rights under
the Mend coMpact. Are the independent
voters of trim cou n ty prepared to throw away
the fruit's of their father's labencin a tense
less4seei ebott - Onions winch ain result in
''' )- P 94411 "-i" ' 1 - 041 P.? one! skrnthey_wil-
Sniit4heit_er the4 3 eSt- governmental falnio
ow itios t a,kl., - bidtiogoilia, ; 4l.nuagovi l isy .
indion**lol - 7.. p ri s e SO4. , ThiAtesiat of
Mai .C! 7' - ' . will --nosissirs view
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dates: -, ''.. .-. fit- p, ,, r• •
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Freemen of llosquidutifee, the doraocretic
party invites you to reflect candidly upon its
peados tend thei act honestly. It makes
tre effort to - deceive and 'chest 'yen. It ta
anis to no infair.ineet*to.elect its candi
date. It h'es faith in yen!: capacity for self
government, and believes'i,yon are disposed to
maintain inviolate, a ll thra - .provisions of our
model constitution. It asks ye* to assist' in
carrying oat in hstfer and agree
,opitit, the a
meat entered into by our fathers. Will yon
refuse t Arayon)* steeped in selfiebneits a.
to appropriate to youraivea,the betiefits of
thabargain, and meanly j throw off h. bur
dens t In defence of the jprinciples of self
government and religious liberty, the Democ
racy invite you tolattle. Sectionalism calls
On you to deny to the naturalised citieen his
constitutional rights, to the emigrant to the
territories the right of self :government end
to the Catholic 'the privilege of worshipping
his creator agreeable to the ilictetee of his
own conscience. The Detbocratic pup tear- .
loisly proclaims its doctrines, 'engages in no
schemes to defraud the votes, but with a sub
lime merge, the natural Offspring of Integ
rity and priniotism, chalkier* the scrutiny
of. the world. It is fitdug that the party
which has governed the country successfully
and almost without interruption for the last
fifty years, should in-this ens's, openly, hob.
estlr, and fearlessly fling the national banner
to the , breeze, and stake itelppes, its alt in
defence of the constitittion - and the Union of
the States. With pride we contrast the posi
tioh of our glorious, invincible old party.
-with that of its treacherous dishonest enemy,
That enemy,during its brief,hut iniquitous
career has covered itself with infamy. It has
regarded, the Voter as a merchantable coin
rhodity, never condescending to treat him as
a being haring reason, intelligence and con
science. It has stirred up his, passions, culti
vated his unjust prejudices, bet never ad
dressed his judgment. Its success in these
respects has made it' arrogant and presump
aye, so that now it deliberately places him in
the market, says to him vote for doctrines
sthia you loathe, else stay at home swallow
Fillmore with his " pm-slavery proclivities,"
and his anti-foreign, anti-catholic heresies, be
cause your leaders have made the arrange
thent for you under the belief that you were
too docile and well trained to " kick out - of
the obey.," Freemen, (for such you really
are) go , to the polls nest Tuesday, and re
buke this infamous conduct of the men who
brag that they own and control , you.
Policy of our Opponents.
In February last the enemies of the Demo-
Ennio party 'met in Convention at , Philadel
phia to make nominations for President and
Vice-President. They pretended to dis.igree
tipoty.he adjustment of the. slavery question
Fill gore and Donelson were -nominated , and
the delegates from the Northern States with
drew,-and crone home denouncing the Fill
inorites as" pro-slavery." They then com
menced building up a great" northern" party
which was to be thiparty of" fnaedom" ex
clusiVely. ' Ail possible means were resorted
to, to arouse the worst passions of the - people.
A. W. ett(?et victim is put on , the, t ack,
wl o e cal eer is a statement lasted but 21 LlA.pi
llro iiile,nry' of which is.recOrded upon_ 'half
a page of th'rei relit pamphlet, and whose on
ly votes ware cmt with thofio of Atchison
the sa.called " border ruffian," and for Vice-
President a man wbo voted to flog the pact
sailor, and who, in a speech on the compto
wise measures in 1850, compared the " free
soil" factina to a "farthing candle' and hop
ed to see it meet as a party test i s " common
grave" with Abolitionism..
By proi-ohing and continuing the dirrictil:
ties in Kansas, and then falsely charging
them upon the, Democratic party, they suc
ceeded in arraying a strong prejudice in
Many parts of the North against the only par
ty that ever has' or ever will accomplish any
thing for the welfare of this glorious
And now what course are . they pursuing in
the contest for the Presidency I are they now I
battling tidily upon that" free-soil" platform
about which we have heard so ninth t Let
the facts answer. In states Where they think
they can defeat the Dern'ocracy.ny. a straight
ticket, they stick to their platform,'and can- 1
didate but where they have not sufficient I
strength, deiert them and: seek a: fusion with I
the same ".pro slavery" Fillmore party which
they so loudly denounced. In this state they
were so contemptibly cowardly' , that - they
dare not seen propose s to fortis an electoral '
ticketoind after fusing on the state ticket and
finding theurtelves so weak that they could
elect`,.but two straight out llepublicans to
Congress, (and even those are not anti K. N.) 1
theygo-baci again to Philadelphia,theplare
where they first ":bolted" and, beg of these
Same" pro-slavery" men to be admitted again ,
to the ranks of the " slav ery -exiensionists."---
How often has Wilmot told- his followers
that they must no more support a nomination
with which the Sduth had anything to do.—
Yet What do we now behold, him doing I--
Forcing his deluded victims to support an
electoral ticket, which is to .be divided be
tween the Wooly Hone, and a man =mina•
ed exclusively by the South I Did ever polit
ical -debauchery go farther No, says the
cotrup(Wilpot you'inust riot support any
more National nominations, bat now when.
the South have pat up a eandidate,you must
give him one half of your votes!
43y this fusion, Wilmot* Co., have pond
thernselves false kiwi! they have professed
and have been true to what I to Know-Both
ingism That - 04 Split" was' one designed as a .
Feat.upon the boast Mei l'Ar Jibe North, for
now on the eve of Plectron, they are to be de
ieived into the support of what4bey fiave
been taught to hate. But *hi fram4lwill not
aiseceed, it will meet with a eertain.d on
the 4th, of Noveit.ler,and- if Wilm o t pies u
to insult thisComtwity with atmatinuatio.
of his bipourith,wl i,um/S - tarestace to his .
otulleitt thilwarupaigi the sufficient = to.
give the lie - town his lest Vat future prates
vieiman "A mn i a - 40 •
4ft likw J riiftwo
rislia#ctona tittk6t.l Thiri
11215 i• -
Mr" - Meal Mow do tool
Ike Naito* ilnedtorei Tick'
We presume there ate* inw - men belong.
ing to the opposition in this nounty whores!.
ly cherish "Free Soil sentiments," who aban
doned the Detneteretio party because they
fancied they sionla• do
slavery, by'geing to the erainirce of fusion.
Such men we respect; they have* claim up.
on the confidence of their fellow citizens.—
Any mai: who aceiliernestly - in politics, tho'
perhaps erroneously, is entitled to regard, be.
cause he exercises a freeman'a tight of choos
ing for himself. - To such men we hive a few
words to say, before they approach, the polls.
Fatness! the Mee who &Spire to lead you
have infamously tried to theta ,you out of the
_privilege:of giving a fair oppression to your
opinions next `Tuesday. They, without your
_knowledge or assent, have made a, bargain
with .the Filmore party, to Which you lire
hostile, 'by which bargain they agree that
you shalt vote for FILMOILS 411CTORS. Now
We appeal to ybu as men of intelligence., in
tegrity and independence, to brow whether
you are willing to suctioo that bargain.—
. Did you ever authorize David; Wilmot, Thad.
eus Stevens and William P. Johnston to make
such an arrangement for you! Did you
leave the Democratic party, designing to ins
twin Fillmore with his old Whig heresies and
Know Nothing dogmas" \Voknuw you did
not. We believe that, you acted honestly and
is you thought in a warto Promote the in
terests of your country. Nor, .tlie. organiza
tion with which yonsoneected yourselves, for
a tame professed to labor for "freedom" in
the territories, and'especially for " freedom r
iii X7IIIIM. It nominated John C. Fremont
for the Presidency. It "shrieked " for " free
dom" for "free - speech " and 1 " free labor."---.
It made a great noise in the Political world,
and pompously christened itself the ..rifostri
party." . Yon doubtless expectetrit - would ena
ble its "rank and file". to vote for some
rious and liberal idea.
_You thought its pro.
fessionsindicative of its faith and therefiiie
you gave it your cordial adherence. Now look.
down into that sea of infamy and hipocricy
in which its self constituted leaders have bie
ried it:. Look at the servile condition of Fie
montism, and say whethet you are willing to
go with it into the depths of Political
t) and rascality. You know very well that
an effort. his been made to tititi4er .you to
Fillmore. Shall that effort Succeed I The
satellites of Wilmot.are busy in this locality;
they are trying to silence the men having suf ,
ficient independence to murmur at the' bar
gain and pronounce it internee's. With: their
characteriStic impudence they assert that the
br.rgain is entirely fair ;" they • are foolish
enough to believe that their to!yoship
ers will swallow any pill that is recommend•
ed be immadulate aristocnits, of the bor..
ough.!i They will probably visit every town
ship iii the county befo.e election and midday.'
or to cram down the throats of honest free
men the ides that the fusion electoral ticket .
is a Tira r gnificent thing--an arrangement Le•,
the benefit of "freedom." We
; invite y0u,.1
freemen, to examine this matter yoursclect.—__
You are just as competent toi discover the
frau& as any one; the infamy orthe transac
tion cannot be'covered up, Tell us, through
the ballot box next Tuesday whether von are
independent men, or shiVes. IVote for the
Union electoral ticket and you I approve the
very ideas you hare deClaimed against for the
Last three months._ Vote for the union elec
toral ticket: and you declare - yourselres the
the property of wicked politica! gamblers.--
Vote the union electoral ticket and you sanc
tion the worst kind Of treadle& and fraud.
Vote the union elettoral ticket; and yeti in
dorse the proscriptive dogmas Of the secret
order. Are you prepared to do l , those things?
&cmThe Republican of last Week appears
with the ".Union Electoral ticket" at its mast
head, and it is really amusing to see bow the
Editor who has heretofore claithed to be ,a
" free-Boiler" riggles and twists !himself about
in order to swallow so base a; fraud. Ile
could perhaps convince himself .that it was
••• entirely fa - ir,"_Lnt to make lione-t men who
desire to rote for their principles, think so
will be quite another affair.
Candid men who • Lave left the Democratic
party hecause they thought its policj was un
wise, fail to see, in this trafficking mon:milt
erty chance.to express those " free-soil scan
nients for which they were told: the " Repub
lican party" was to contend. On the contra
ry they see tiow, that it has been , an infamous
baud ; and • that such melt as Wilmot, Grow,
and Charles P. Read, (whose ornestauds as
the nominal editor of the Republican) have
I been shouiing loudly about'' slavery" until
they have succeeded in getting the ascend
!ancy in the district, and now instead of still
battling for'' five- soil". they... Coolly propose
to hand these men over to the old enemy of the
Democracy, who have been, led still are con
trolled by such vagabonds air Jo. Riefler
Thad. St , pluw,and Wm.P.johnson; Men
who have never fully identified themselves
with any party, but who always entertained
free-soft" views find in this }ham-concerns
nothing, but an out and out-party movement,
while principle is left to go begging.
One thing however about thi l s affair is de
cidedly rich, the Republica* hoists the name
of George Seidenslicker as :the elector in the
No* tine man pores to be sin honest re
publican and in connection with the Germans
Of Philadelphia has published a protest against
the fusion ticket, saying that"; ITS EXIST.
ENCE IS A DISGRACE, and it is a DESER
TION 'OF FREMONT." '
He is oils those who hare got ep a tick
et that is to support Fremont oust Dayton sod
to one eke. • -
It may surprise the people 44 this musty
to hear that there sealty a pure Fre
mont ticket out, for it would naturally be
s pposed that each s ticket, said time other,
would be hoisted by tiseßepeidices of thir
pissig„ ben sioppeeedAcr Amor the
election of Fnament. And leatina Merida r;.f
the opposition obnitlikteite the inliiiit;on= they
a/ AID 411, OW ay that ilicitrfitheeilist. sir
oseb tieket bee betagoot . *okle tams 'ame,
Aided to pc.t!Sib it raM I
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bIiADULTERATED FREDIONT TICKET.
• iguanas. - •
/oho T. Crserford, Montgomery .Ca.
Jacob G. Backoren, Allighanv`co.
John Tholtuts. Philadelphia.
Coniad Leibtich, do.
J. Fletcher 13ndd, do. .
Charles Lennig, • , do.
genes Bliss, • MontgotneV C a.
Win. I). 11. Sherrill, 'Delaware po.
, George Lear, iteeks CO.;
Jacob Hoffman, ' &aka Co. •
Henry Frank, Lancaster !co„
Charles C. Rawn, Dauphin Co.
R. N. Frick, . Northampton Co.
Chttrles Miner, Mecum
C. Fred. Seigert, Northatniiton Co.
Edward Crandall, Ilradfoid
Henry N. McAlister, Centro Co.
L. Meredith, • York Cos
D. A. Buehler, Adams Co. -
S. Ste de Blair, Blair Co.•
thibeq Craig • Indiana ect.
Virgil Elder, Fiyet te Co. •
Russell Erre:t, Allegheny
John S. Mann',- Potter. Co.
John N. Purviance,. Beaver Co.
Samuel Young, Clarion Co. -
Gideon G. Ball, Erre CO.
The above ticket stands at tha head of the
Freie . Press" a Republican organ in Phila
delphia, and has-been published by other pa-,
pors in the State.
Read that ticket freemin of Suspueltantm
Co., and then remember thatthe " mut party"
in this county was fottnei on 'pretence of be
ing a " free-soil" party remember its organ
the "Independent.R2publierdel was establish
ed, or rather the Old Whii organ changed
its name, for the solepttrp4e, as was said, of
laboring fur " and that they ham
been advocating the electifin of Fremont as a
" free-soil" candidate, and crow, one week-be
fore election prove theinscli.es so utterly deci
tute of political honesty tqat they boist,a tick
of which is to rote in part; for Fill. or', who
was nominated by the Soittli, instead of hoist
ing the one formed to. at!ppott Fremont sit.d
Simen Camistreu, "freedom's" Elec.
. . .
The " humanity" ' preset, titer the . way,
published an electoral ticket last week, and
hid the ininuiloncie to inyite ", free-soil" men
:o vote it. On that tick 4 we discover thr
name of the notorious piilitimil huckster Si-
MO`' CAMEItOtsT, whoth ' the conscientious
editor of the Republic/14 taught us to regitil
as a " proslavery hack'' and si villian, nut
more than two years Ado. TIII4
RON, has always • been piarticularly otli.ius in
this community, for the !.„reason :tliat Ireople
here have stippOsed hint:without a parallel in
political depravity—a •consmenceless wretch
icady to cetinnit any ctirtte.tlittt *wild aid
him in the mvancement'of -his anibitious i sel
fish and wicked proje4s—Now, the self 1
constitoted• directors tiflFreinomisni M. this 1
State, Lave issued att edit to their followers, -
commanding theth to slOt. and , vote for the
said . simoo, as a means : doing "freedfmi" a
great favor. Who can Otiagine a more amu;
sing rind,. loathsome exhibition, than the vo.
citeious "Ireedom sliriticer"—the educated
hater of the con upt armeron, marel•ing to
-the p.:ills under the lash -ipf party dictation,
and voting f./r. - the treacherous creature, he
has censured and abused from his boyhood 1
It illUil be humiliating ti 4 the man possossecl
of one spark of independence and integrity
•• • i
to be compelltid to swallqw all the filthy de
• tionciation he hai. vomited forth upon the
•public with reftienee to ibis apostle.of anti
popery—this rotlien ileniligogue and misera
• Ede specimen of; politicil .roguery—Ststos
Cistenox. Ilut the greav, Wilmot has de
creed it, and the. leiserllumiiiaries in tl.o
woo!yt camp of fui4ion, mu:stswalloiv the dose,
witliont,entering one - word of protest. We
have in our mind's eye several furious apos
tles of " freedom," .who with a meekness and
docility which ought 14 - sink them into
everlasting couteniptovilli obey the,baset de
crees' of their masters, and swear- that
CAMERON is the emboklirsiotit of libirty's pur
est ideas. Come, ye subirissiveoome, obedi
eatiustruments of arch demagogues, go to
the polls and vote for CiMEßOX—give, the
I tie direct to the liteons- ishrieks h you have
I seat out for Kansas awl Fr;eedorw,. prove coo
desively that you care 'foil nothin g ' but sue
cess ; let the honest men or this country un
derstand that you are . thelslaves of political
hypoetitesi•that you go to the polls and exe
cute the will of anmher; thit your vote do e :
no: intik:ate your own'opinton
, ori the isivies.
and we doubt not your •cot4lernnatibn will be
terrible and speedy. -.. , t
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Don't victims) toil, Innen.
e Repo/J.:can of last whe t says that in
case of the'success of the '.'rUnion elecioml
ticket," Fretuout will get three fourths of the
electors. This claim is held out since the fu
sion has been Armed, it order to keep up the
Spirits of the Piemonte's, inWtis county .and
prei - ertt ttem from "holtingt in a body and
going in for the pure Fremoitt electoral tick
et which is in the field. Oti the °diet hand,
the Fillmoreites claimed etaitit the same
ter before the bargain wasi:ytode, Noir al•
lowing that each faction, -cn'er-estimate their
own strength in the same ratio, they would
get about an equal number. But if we take
the Congressmeu elect as a :basis from which
to make calculations, and it is certainly the
only reliable one, Fretnonts 'Chances are not
worth bragging about. Vie Members elect
are as follows j— • 7 .
Democrats, . lb.
Pi limore-Arnalgatnationisp, • S.
• The Republican ought to if.fer its tesdetsto
this, fact before boasting tootonch over Fie•
moot's strength in the state`, lest they should
bedisappoioted when the votes are counted. -
It w ou ld b e well for them to bear it in mind
that, "Wilittot's District." and the one west of
it, don't extend nil over Pentatylvania.
Each wing of the Babel atmy may claim all
they please, but they had better capture . the
game before dividing it, for *Os they are
drawing eats, .the uniting pews:my
airy off the prize in triuteph.l
Our_ frieuds iu New tiforalpfprur us list
they did uot teee a rut week's is~ae of the
41,4!fri4,' Ws Can Sot. aceitrtO. !bk. is
*p.44 - Agit' 0'44 niou is neis
:rtf, fink 1' tint
Tthis oat to the Polls! Rally every nisi!
The enemy is sieepless,.crafty, winked—every
iiote 2 lolls,—let tiOse.he lost. by your neglect.
We want Sumuthanns to tell a (Afferent
story doe) than site did iw,Ootober. Hun
dreds„say they4l Bolt this fusion. This game
is overdone. and recirlis on tirAit.. Let every
man do his duty.
We have been obliged to defer iereral
oetutnueicationt and advertiAeinents for want
of room. \
Look Out for Fraud t
Pemocrats remember thatia
. 1844 our op-
ponents misprinted and circulated our :gee-,
toral Ticket, and: ou need not lie surprised if
they attempt it new. We have tlrefelly re ,
wised the names at the heztd dour kysperthis
week, and corrected some errors, whids . we
had not before noticed. Thettanse's are eel
welled correctly 'anti will correspond exactly
with the votes we have printeil•at this %Mee.
Qonirre your votes with the names: at the
head °fuer paper before ,yon deposit timid in .
the ballot box. •
A Cool Fabrications
It is a universal practice with a certain
Class of rogues, when tin ti in a crime, to
try to excuse th'emselres bit saying that some
bedy else_ had. dmie 'wrong, or attempted to,
to.;llwae the case with the Republican of
lestweek, in its endeavor. to explainits rea•
>i'l • for endorsing the fusion with the "pro:
sfllvery"Kticiw-Nothings. It did• not - deny
Abet they were doing a great wrong, but. tried
to justify themselves in the commission : of
their base act by asserting that the Demo,
pith had tried to do the same thing.
Suppose the Democrats ..lead tried to form
an alh a ore .with the Fillmore men i would
that ben gotsl reason for the Repalicans
dese' tting their principleS and begging for ti
•union with'a " pro slavery" party I Certainly
'But the allecittion of
. the . Republican k
untrue, and if the tutor. Will have the hon--:
e-ty to publish the entire letters from which
he Prow:irk to draw his conclusions; he will
by so doing prove trOds readers that what
wn4 a mere thrust, made .in order to
hide if possible his own guilt. Here a the
whole corrtipoteletice; read it carefully, and .
you will Fee that when tire RePublican pays
we tried to form. a iltsion" with the 'Fillmore
ites, ilia it - is false.
All tlmt the Democratic party does •is to
invi.e all tiandid - Inen to support bugs Bu
'to the iledusylvanin.
,Democratic State Cenirp/ Cum.
mitt.rniA, ( I ..eloer 21, • 1850.
A communication signed by Charles MU
bons, E -q., the. Chairman of tie itepuhlicati
Committee, in Whit.;h an illusion is made to
the Democratic State Central Coinmate° and
to myself,' appears to ytsterthtv's North Amer
icati and 'Daily Titnes; A few words* will
dispose•of the whole subject_ sas rat as the
Detnocrat.ic Cornmittee is concerned ; and
these shall be'ns frank and as plain as lan
gure can make them. .
On' the oth of .September list; I reeelted
the followinz letter ftutn the lion. John
Sanderson. :Chairman of the American or
Fillmore state Committee.
Pint. IDELPIIIA, Aug. 27, 1866.
obedience to the instructions of
the Fillmote and Donekon Committee, t sub
mit to you, for the consideration . and. action
of the Democratic State Committee, of which
you are Chait man, the following. proposition- :
That the Chairman of the Democratic.
I:epublican, and American State Committees,
unite in iSsaing cttil for such number of
meetings, to be held ai , such tines and pla
ces as may be agived upon by them, at which
the issues involved in .the iiresent Presidec•
tial canvass, shall be discussed by nn equal
number of speakers for his party, and that
the Chairman of each CoMmittee shall have
the exclusive right of selecting the' speakers
fur his ; party, at such mee:iegs, but that their
names shall be- nnounced in thy call 'for the
You will übl4re by giving an answer to
this propo , ition, in behalf of:you're:m:l;ll4We,
at your earliect.con%enienee.
I sm, sir . , i.,ery t . eirieeifidly yours, ‘-
J. P. SANDnizsoN,
Chairman of the-American State Commit
tee. - •
JOHN Fouttrs, Esq.
To this cotimuniention_ the subjoined re-.
ply vra; w . arded the following, 'lay, the 1 0 ill
or Stptettiber,and by Mr. .61nes B. Shetidrtn.
placetl In the bands of Mr.-.s.anderi•on:
To Hon..loux .P . .Ssonitsox, Chairman
American State CentralCc'iminittee. '
Dear Sir :—Your note dated the
.27th - of
August, only notched me on the 9th of. Sep
tember, by privite'hand; I hope you will ex
cuse the delay in twittering it. the- Demo
cratic party diners widely from 'you and
your candidate for.Ptesident, as to'the natu
ralization l aws , t o secret organize
tions, and to religious liberty. Now; as
heretofore (and upon all proper loccasions
hernafter,) we will be ready to defend onr
position on the./e questions. But, ss your
.the Pre-idency, Fillmore,
has - substantially declared that the present
National peril overshadows tell other consid
ermions—a.sentimentin which we ;aro happy
to concur—We deem it quite useless to de
termine Which of our views on mooted. ques
lions shall -be maintained, until we have first
asmrtained whether ti:e . Union itself can be
preserved- As.nining, therefore, -that the
friends of Mr. Fillmore will preserve ia
holding the Ntitional'doctrines-of his Albany
speech, and evetiloty that portlon of the .
platform adopted by the Convention which
boininitted hien, re ting to the rigli Ls. : of . the.
Stateii; it would 'be unnecessary to enter into
disentwion with roe- upon those Coitstitit
tional.princiPles which be himself has esser
Our object is to unite all the friends of the
gfeat Union in
.- one commit cause against
the fanaticisms of a desperate and unscrupu
lous geographical 'and sectional party ; and in
this good work we shall be glad to have the
co openition of all true Americans; adoptedsad saliaarern, in supportia9 JAlllie lio
caratau, the only man who can dc/rat the
adverisaries of our freers institutions. Should
she friends of Mr. Fillmore, however,
strum to the country "at the coming auoher
election in Pennsylvania= •that they are wil.
ling to wire awl the advietwarieltof the ;mho
in suprrtio l the aO- called. lied fusion' etNte tkli'
at, corn of repressntatives or the doe
triteir the Black lapablicstui;the ititinitih:
of whictii would he coritikterect an tha larbilw
ger of .the sucaiss-of r /a:WM:Maim. asiliblut
Odiremonit And do election-A4 , :*** , - 6 '
riyaamogiodwi l koros t o.
ebeirfsin,"airnt. ito ' anti's, t o it ji
- -r .7.< •." ' ^`, i.. - -.---.;-: ~,,
in. that ow. we shall be ready and willing to
ormit,ibeini iR 4efeuding the very priucipke to
whiab tient* happy to believe them to -he
ocier'solemnlY colninittoi before the world.
I - 40 not understand you to speak fur the
Black - Republicans in your coin mu ni eistion,
but:it may - be necessary to add, that we are ,
quite prepared to meet that or ,any other.par
ty, hostile to-the 'great Constitutional issue
involved in the present momentous struggle.
Respectfully yours: -
- - J. W. Fosurev i
Chairman Democratic State Cen. Corn.
Philadia., Sept. 10th, 1830.
Thirt-lftan and ended all communication
between Mr. Sanderson and the •I)enuseratie
CenlVal Committee, and het - seen Mr. Sand.er
son and myself. I have , not conversed with-
Mi,landertion, cot: - even Met him- for • more
than sr year and he ewn truly b ear witness,
eaten he shall see thi t t i communicttion, that_ .
*e have never. had ant correspondence but
that which is pUbli,lred above, and have nev
er eitcluttiged *Dots on the subject of the
Presidential election. Whatever may be the
different-is lietween the Itepublican and Amer
ican Committees,cr between Mr.. Sanderson
and Mr. Gibbons t tltet Democratic Committee
!weirdly defies any man; or any set of men,
m point to tiny acts or words which, by 'hit
.plication-or interferen6e, can lead
est eiticen ter believ&that any 6 ni.,!stinear
ningement of any kind has been entered into
with either of our political opponents.
stand oh - tim Dettiocratie platforni and under
the victoriotts flag' of Buchanan and Brock-.
inridge. We make no terms, and have made
no terms with faction or fanaticism. We
resort to no fusion. We have but one Elec
toral TiCket in the geld. Anti while tro'in
vita the konest friends or Millanf Fillmore to
our support-, it. is • boldly and ptisliely done,
because we believe that the . true interests of
all conservalve men,. and thu sacred princi
ples of the Constitation, can alone be protec
twit and pre, erved -by the I)entocratfi, party,
its csnditite,, and its creeds
In the • bite eitinpaign,• whitth dosed so
brilliantly, and which retleeted - un4 I
tro upon .the Detuottrney, no one "Igsue • ws4
denied- or ove,lookerl. All the' ions tere
alike repatflated and denounced. • While our..
opponents appealed to .all organitations and
courted every opinion, we followed the plain
teachings of Deittoeratie faith, and grappled
withErtttrotlitther it aspAtmed tins shape o£
ttie therity. of the tights of the States, or the
rights of the citizen, whether
.i t sought. to os•
truciie - the South for its inAtiiiitiotec sr the
.Amt titan 'fbr his religion ; .*litaittl. it denied .
stamp to the white freeman, because of his'
birth place, or sought elevate. blade to)
-ociiil equality. And for this. severe tt,nsis•
terse y and noble courage, w e have` hail our
'The letter in an.wer to Ur. sanitet;on's
communientimr, wide!) he has had in his
possession fur Nis weeks, contains no line'or
syllable .which will make a Democrat blush
for the Democratic Central Committee. - Ii
standsout now as the full. Vindieatioa of our
course in the late canvtisst and as Such we
give it to the people, content that. the 5611
decide - between - our advcr,..aries and ourselees.
Among the thousands of mitioual inen who
intend voting fur James .11to-hanntr•-in No- .
Vsinher, there is not one who will not endorsl
*and approve the position 1 taken in that votn
muniention. • 'lst). NV, FoRNEY.
Chairman Dem. State (Miura! Committee.
kg - Some of the more reckless of the fu
sionists assert that by thehargain with . Fill-
More ; they sacrifice, no principle ; but rotas
rectfor treiterft: itow lock zit the artangetnent
and see what liars they are. They form two
tickets; one of which has at the head the
name of John C-, Fieniont; Mid the other -stile
tiatueof Millard Fillntore, the. other twenty
six names are alike, on each ticket: . The Fre
mortfman votes the ticket beaded by* Fre=
mom, and the .Fillmore man the ticket head . -.,
eci by Fillmore, both th Fremont and • Fill- .
more men voting the twenty7sixnatue.g. corn-,
mon to both.tickets: If chosen, the twenty
six electors are divided, - pro -rata, according .
to the vote cast fur the tickets dins beaded.
Is it not.plain that the F'retttont man helps
choose electors for Fillmore, and the Fillmore
Man helps elect electors for Frenionti The
t 4! es pa
rtly for Tremont, Wand partly
for Filh ore. Strange that men, having coin
mon senfe will insult intelligent people by-de
nying this. _
'.At the October elections the opposi;
tion . in this county did all that could be done
to intimidate thedemocratic voter • to , :keep
him froin dischsrginghisduty to . his... coun
try. When a sterling democrat approached
the polls in tcownships where the " shriekers",
had a large majority, the senseless, but vocif
erous creatures would, by songs, jeers and low
slang attempt to prevent . him Itoin voting,.
and to make his exercise of a freeman's privi
legei tin Pleasant. We hope that such., con
.ductwill not be' witnssed again in thia coun
ty ; it is despicable and should nut be tolera
ted: to the polls,. stern.old demoerats and
vigorous young. patriots and do your duty
fearlessly. • • ,
Arir The most withering rebuke black Re
imblivanim has yet, received is . .to he seen in
the rettirbs- from Indiana, Ohio, and . Pennsyl-
I • •
Vanies The gallant demoiraey have control
of the nest Congre=6„ and inour : State .Legis.:
Ware ri , .majority on joint, - 6,o°4:securing
the ele4tion of a democratic U. S. - Setiator.—
" Three times t h reu7. for that, invincible, old
.i.arhielt hart,,_ built,.• this &pub .
lie nnd Made it .--powerful..-anti..„ . regpected
among, the nation 4 ortho earth,
.. • .
itgr,"Free-Soilers" , retfolleut that the "
mon.prirer Fremont duke! which We palish
this p4z, has not heat hotsted by the Ade
pc:ideal Republican_ . hut' that that jountst
invites you to. vote a fitsiors ticket—the mis.
erahle proauet of a base bargain between the
Filinutre and Fremont leaden.
. "sr PENNSYLVANIAN.% the - " i'ava
titee4;m" orals' glorious obf Commonwealth
mast be suade - President of ti;6 Republic,neit
tneaday. We itll knot", "reflect and ttinor
'Pie record his public lire I,..himinott.
with patriotic deeds:" - ,' Who- cast filar
Aim . aeide, to make roonVi‘t a *tee:Tata in
V 4 41-you Will, prohnbi 01.1
or °lumen epwra r when .. ,yott get 47,1 , ! .
polk ' it - Organ will loub!lese pub
P l ' ll tlOP,grip , k4mtAii,44li - wevi,
frighten_ the lialid itemenobv that,,peuce,
pre;elle - Ilp ;spew puler the,energedo!4miti
I •iraqc":9l !41:storitt4bout,
i 4 -*los:*i*ll44l
sr The Cincinn atti comiun*'ll 4d,
titer arsnotinzthat - JUDGIC./01241,N re
pa Fremont, and — will elippott:Aawaa
131:761ANAN (o the was the
eboienet thePentlivanin in the
Convention that nominated PreMent I
: Lam' We hese remixed. aweleOeut end stir '
ringo'‘wppeal to the peokle;" written by a
(dead in ,Lenox, and regret that the crowded
statry,otour columns will not permit its laser.
The 4.14., K. N. paper:moans
iltelosiof the-40,900 State Uutjority, sorlcon-
Wendy eiturned,—but fills back for consols•
Lion on the , 1000 County rtvijoritynarer for
getting to speak of tlietnielves,ite.titk twit"
that Iles had power for two years, Therr
with diaratteristio courteAv - sneers Out
whale ia. Snobble - xnd Little r
tAst August the tenders at Moatroge
deafly claimed it "Kansas," not a party
)pity, of *2OOO. Ifad,.the eleetioti come off
then, they •would,have vpleiVed.,iter-bittstetid
ily, froirt:that time thatide luts been . . tenting
the . other - way tfitild :if wa 'tad sit months; to
8 1 .eetioN ottr.tiket' would pre nil. Just u
fast as the true state of the -4 Nausea"_ qties-
Lion gets to be understood; we make "vetes..--
All . we want .14.titne enough to bringfutito
the people, in order to bring On . the black' Re.
publican . party -such rebuke AS discovered
fraud always receive
Now,neighbors, do'at exult occr this cout►ty
Let us.elect Buzhanan, and your 2 year old
la►rty will never see the third spring. - It Will
die winteritigi The !Kansas qdeAtiorii . Will
he ended,—“ popular sovereignty," WHlN:dile
forever this slavery - agitation in Our Country,
Know-NOthingisin Itil be extingniShed,all,but
the smell of it.--an►J this unnatural two tlttr
crld•-• this Abortion produt*ti by a tidiriity
of at least /oar different anitnals,will giveits
last kick, even in this county.. it was with
the utmost-difficulty tl►ey held together dtt=
til now, with .the hot* of another year`a leant
of life, if they could elect' Fremont:
They coold onl,rii9 this by letting a • fpw
bolted democrat SA of All the. cOtkt;
save one. The WWI; taetion retains only ont
and give. , to netaps . tead.Yetini, - Tylei& Cu.;
But se confess 11 little hitutilintion-at tlut --•
idea of being ranked in • the 4 Wanted - ,
tempered hoe ever "With the siosfill.t.
:ion of haring - done 'n111441 .- ,bett er
ford and . Thera. The Tiibone ainid its ;de:.
feat; points ni th great satbdactiot.to . the " glc'
,iious,lrVilinot Distriet,7 7 -the ..:tlia
the State Me on it, most olfen.4vely too, to the
voter. As if they took their : opinion !`tuffs
one man ! What a compliment to freemen
Whatan honor to belong to." my.Distriet I' 3
It . mres a man the' : trouhle- Of thinkhig fof
himself . Ilia opinions and votes to the glo:
:ioussheep-Distriet. are:all:done tip for Jinni...
and he, has nothing to do,bitt . bleat, 4k follow.
- But confusion has got old of tlietir.` the.
leaders hare dropped the principle and gone
iu :ifr success: They nerer had - any . ; prirAl
; but the pretense' is now gone ; And,
.they oblige every Fiitnont .roti
part'for lifm, and part for slavery, - nrirllt2.ll.
Fillmore! Who autlierizeri the 64r:1'14nm:eat
.the leaders? Freinouters;tent,yon sold I
What , C ontrast to trio open honorablet-
Dernot: f raey I :Their Platfottn and•Osindidtlll:
are clear as-the sun . .-L-they ,. walk en!, into - the
sertititiy,--and stand or fall by
theinselvel. They- know it is better •to - bob
right, tr a m - -to Leat.- : They. never bargain; or .
tamper with a Democrat's : vote. liow,tlrjtt- •
would lookl • Now Denioerats_lgiid up;
we'll itticepplied and fusion into - their K.
416, there toisimmiir in brimstone forever:: .
Gor, Geary rend the Free State
nen. Letter From Kamm.:
- We lias.e been furnished' by - a • friend With ..
the following extract from 'a letter - dated at—.
TOpeka, Oct. Ist. and . writt ' y Mr. M. 0
Brewsterforinerly of this co up ,i. - After am
ting that he had.lenloced Isom • xington. IA
Topeka; the writer, says : - ' 7 . - -
"About-the time I came to Topeka, (Aug:
28t1i) the free-State men (4 , mittericed . what
they styled preninq. It . w;ts :Commenced in' .
fiat by the President
. of. eur''Airiciation, at
Lexington. While coining-'down . here two
mules were taken from their riders ; against
this, we protested, that is; a' largeportion of
us ;- . lmit. this same man 'with such of hie
company as he could conimand remained in '
Topeka and followed this pressing ;: I call it
stealing. There are now. not less than thirty
meat eynvieted ~r robbery: 'for it, and - the;
number that is. left fearing , the Attest; I- can
not let/.. FreeState.rnen-1 ill • not make a(6-
davit of the-tnirdemeariors,of those of the rip , : .
posite side, because they will :not recognise
the bogus laws. ', I - .think'.- Gov: Geary will
come as near doing tames tight as he Can;
his p o sition .ia an unpleasant one. .-I.le is heid
as Gocernor,..and the bogus laws tre.beretoei
recognized by the federal government, as odi-:
ous to. him. ;n their odious features - is to any.
one, vet they areJhe laws,- azitl.; tnast,.be'ol
- •It ii-: ith pissi Ede -Am. - hid to - . arrest •
Men, truleiri some pie will - .complain and tea'
tifyof their guilt. lam rather disposed' to
think, the free - State men . are . ptiniShirt thenrt:...
selcos - worst; fret the idea of reeogniting the
thorns 14ws is thedilllculty ; rather . than dct -
E. this I Sue mitrer vin until a way ofeicape is to'
be liad.." -
Tile. enemies of, pence and Older. in Kettsai
peitiy its partial to the pro'
nlttvety men ; thtiv say. he decks .not arrest
and pettish - the" Border Ref et," and - that
he (loin:eh!! in MS' Ito institie katt: .
ins:, -Now as an offset to: tit WO": Whoreisitd
charges,. hese :baseltret..- fit b iications, , to onkel,
Fremont. tiotei , wn . iti te the:,cantliti readet
to etinsitlei well '
the fiktits'antell in w adore'
extinct hem leiter e l difiel its et . :
'He expresses the iritittiow. tte 6si~e en
tertnined to wit f t hut, -Gs3d.-- Oenry `Kill act . :
and sorer ha able, do jio6.lituittcf -
all partiee,,, the tree-State, - me!,
purstinliee a 'nate um lolls re nt. byl-01.21"
tern' fiollitel•ient rfttlfgi int (it 'rerfegq .
to compleitt of offeinlerS; hotel.!erti"tho,*i age
titters .hitirne , .oeittv , fom not titres-tine throe-of..
femlote.. The Itture pleikOntetnrkt of facts
aar mittoinks of
" the ink;
t . • = •
C n it;5 841 5 4 4 7 4044 1 " 41411
'Vamp mountain to nii)um,ain t s An 410 -
Oa of 41NY fret 460%4 limp, fitillY iv&
invalided a call* atitritiutS6iik thle
beivibetipa lava ntaanuttitatiir 1.44 MO'
Fur the DvmoeraL