Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, October 05, 1863, Image 1
MUTES OF ADVERTISING. year lines or less constitute half a square. Might lines ar more than four, eanstitnts a square. Hall sq., one day.....-_ $O,O One sq., one day,. $0 50 I one week.... 120 " on* week.... 200 " one month.. $OO " one month.. 000 three months 500 " three months'. 00 six ninths.. 800 " mix menthe.. 10 00 OM par.-- 11 in cc sae JOW L -- 2055 117 Easiness notioesinserted in the LOCAL Gomm, n. before marriages and deaths, TIN orris rue Lutz for nor isileriaoo. 2s sarrehanto and *tura advdtribiag year, smonti berms mut d• °flared. sJ k n...nusrr of inserturna =waft duly:Med au isavenareaufflit. 11:r Marriages ands aths willbs inserted at the ono rates as regular adveements. Business Cabs. WM. H. MILLER, B. E. FERGUSON, ATTORNEYS. AT LAW'. OFFETZ IN 8.110 - BMAKBR'S BUILDINGS SECOND STREET, BETWEEN WALNUT and MARKET SQUARE, •p-29w/kAI Nearly opposite the Buehler House. ROBERT SNODGRASS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office North Third street, third door above Afar het, Harrisburg, Pa. X_ Ham - Pension, Bounty and Military claimed all Linda prosecuted and collected. Baer to Hons. John 0. Nankai, David Mumma, Jr., and M.A. Lumberton. znyll-ddcwOut WEICHEIIt SURGEON AND OCULIST, RISIDANOE THIRD NIAR NORTH STRAIT. He is now fully prepared to attend promptly to tits max of profession in all its branches. A Loan AID T 337 auddiiiiiteds MIDIO,II. nienllllllo2 justifies hi favorromising full and ample asitilafaalion all whoms him with's oall, be ease Ohronis or any other nature. mll3-d&wl7 T it-os. C. MACDOWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MILITARY CLAIM AND PATENT AGENT. Office in the Exchange, Walnut at., (Up Stairs.) Having formed a connection with parties in Wash ington City, wno are reliable business men, any busi ness ginniected with any of the Departments will meet with immediate and careful attention. MILITARY CLAIMS AND - PEN SIONS_ The undsrsigneilhewe entered into in Melealithel for the 01liection of Military Chinas and the securing of Pension* for wounded and disabled soldiere. Muster-in and bluster-out Bolls, officers' Pay Rolls, Ordnance and Clothing returns. and all papers pertain ing to the military Berl iCe NW be leede out properly and expeditiously. Office in the Bachange Buildings, Walnut between Second and Third streets, near Omits Hotel. Harris burg, Pa. THOS. 0 MAODOWRLL, jc2s-dtf THOMAS A. MAGMBaI. SILAS WARD. NO. 11, NORTH THIRD ST., HARRISBURG. STEINWAY'S PIANOS, MELODEONS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, Banjos, _Flutes, Fifes, Drums, accordeous, STADDNA, NWT AND BOON WIDIG, SA, 69, 1 PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES. ALBUMS, Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors, Bosse and Oval Frame of every description male to order. Reguilding dons. agcacy tor Howe's Searing Machines. Er Sheet Music sent by Mail. oetl-1 JOHN W. GLO . VER, MERCHANT TAILOR! Km just received from New York, an assort 6 ment of SEASONABLE GOODS, which he offers t 6 hie etuitemern and the ;Wolfe at nod M) MODERATE PRICES. dtf JCOOK Merchant Tailor . ' 27 OH BT.„ between Second and Trani, Has just returned from the city with an assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, Which will be sold at moderate prices and made up to order i and., also, an assortment of BRADY MAIM Clothing and Gentlemen's - Furnishing Goods. nor2l-Iyd DENTISTRY. LL GILDEI, D. D. S., NO. 11.111 MARKET STREET, EBY & KUNKEL'S BUILDING, UP STAIRS. . janB-tf RELIGIOIJE BOOK STORE, !BALT A- 1 171 SUNDAY 1303005 L DIMOSITOII7, E. B. GERMAN, ar 8013211 MOM" 111 , 11,119; 1.1101,7 OXIISNIIT§ lames=axe, PA. Depot fortheale of Btereosoopeaparsosooldellimn, Nude and Musical Inatramenin. Also, antworiptions tam for soUglexig pabnestialui. R0a047 JOHN G. W. MARTIN, • FASHIONABLI CARD WRITER,- HBRIL 3 B HOTIL, HARRISBURG, PA. A/bummer of VISITING, WRDDINGAND BiffSl - CARDS executed in the most artistic style's and most reasonable terms. . deal4-dit • UNION HOTEL , Ridge Avenue, corner - of Broad Streit ) HARRISBURG, PA. The undersigned informs the public that he has re cently renovated and refitted his well-known " Union Hotel oa Ridge avenue, near the Round House, and is prepared taaraommodate &Munk strangers and travel era in the best style. at moderate rates. His table will be supplied with the best the maskers afford, and at his bar will be found superior brands of liquors and malt beverages. The very beat accommo dations for railroaders employed at the .hope in this F al4 dtf] HENRY BOSTELEN. FRANKLIN HOUBR I BALTIMOBI, MD. This plionetnt and eosiinediOns Hotel has been tlio roughly re-fitted and re-furnished. It is pleasantly situated on North-West corner of Howard and Franklin streets, a few doors west of the Northern Central Rail way Depot. • /Ivory attention paid to the comfort of his fi.IIIIIIINBING, Proprietor, 1612-tf (Late of Saline Grave.Ps.) THEO. F. BCHEFFER, DOM CARD AND JOB PRINTER, O. 18 MARKIT STUB?, HARRISBURG. Tr Particular attention paid to printing, =lingua binding of Raiholui Blanks, Waif's% IniinranOo Pra eger, Cheeks, Bill -Heads, &c. Welding, Visiting andllnsiness Clardsprinted at My lon prices and in the best style. Ural TAILORING. ilGe IC) _iew. Mr_ Ir_a 117 CIF , s The ernbecriher de ready at NO. 94, MARKET BT., four doors below Fourth street, to make MEWS AND BOY'S CLOTHING In any desired style. sad with atilt sus promptness- Persons wishing emitting done can have it done at the shortest notice- an2T-41 - CHARLES F. VOLLMER ; UPHOLSTERER, Cheats2d street four doors above Second, (01TOOITV WAMIWKIVY 4 082 / 101 : 1811 1) Is prepared to furnish to order, in the very beet style of workmanship, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Window Car tins, Lounges, and all other articles of Furniture in his floe, on short notice and moderate terms. Having ex- D arlene:l lu t. le business, he feels warranted in asking * altars of public patronage, confident of blush - laity - to give satisfaction. jenll-41V COOP T R's GELATINE.—The beat grade in tks karkst l inst resolved sad for nit b 7 iNtakir Witt_ wax 1* VOTIONS.—Quite a variety of wad 1.11 awl siiterlabthig artialetesp—at 80.1131311 1 M1 BOOKBTOBB. NVEI3STER'S ARMY AND NAVY PeCICET DICTIONARY. Instatnehred and for ealv SOHBmws BoBICBTOS2 NEW ORI BANS SUGAR I-FIRST Ix i.-70.4.4. by ialz WIC DOCK la., 00. . •-, r - > • '' We • • • , II • • - - ,r 1 riot :._ 9 11 nto.n• VOL. 6.-NO. 29. Matra ~~~ DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLELINIMENT, TIEN GREAT EITERWAL REMEDY, FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA,. vermsA no, STIPP NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUTS k WOUNDS, • PILES, HEADACHE, and ALL RHEU MATIC and NERVOUS DISORDERS. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, The great Natural BouP getter. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, Is known all over the 'United Mateo, Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Conneatibut; II I the author of " Dr. Sweet,,p InfalH6le Lininient." Dr. fiweet4 ' cadet; Ithenmatiam and' never Dr. Sweets Infauible tinhimeni ' In a certain cure for Neuralgia,. Dr. Sweet's Infallible'Llnisimemit Cares Burns and Seal& immediately. Dr. Sweets Infallible Liniment 'Tithe beet kaolin remedy for Sprains Sid BrElblo/1. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures if.esdaishe immediately Mad las hover known to fail.. , Dr.' Sweets Infallible Liniment Affords inunediste relief for Pile", end eeldosn file to eine_ Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Ourea Toothache in one minute. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Outs and Wounds immediately and leans al scar. Dr.•SWeet's Infallible Liniment Is the beet remedy fcir florae in the known world. Dr. Sweet's Ininllible Liniment Has been used by more than a million people, and all praise it. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is truly a " friend in need," and °VP!' 60311 4 should have it at hand. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is for sale by all Druggists. Pzice 25 cents. DICHARDSCN & Bale PreTrietorr, Ndrwieh, Ot. For sae by all Dealers. ap2o eow•ddcw lepting. A. 1 L WORK PROMISED IN ONB WEAK! 1. Sir . . PENNSYLVAN:IAI STEAM DYEINQ Enullasiniyarr, 104 HARIEBT STREIT, BST*DEN FOTIR2II AND FIFTR, HARRISBURG PA., • Where every beiription of Ladies' and Gentlomenie ammonia, Piece Goods, ite., are Dyed, Cleansed, and Wilted in the bait manner and. at the shortest notice. non-d& wly • DODGE & CO.. Proprietors. 'F. WATSON, MASTIC WORKER EXEI PRACTICAL CEMENTER, Is prepared to Cement the eiterior of Ailldinp with ' he New York Improved • Water-Proof Mantis Cement, This Material is different from all ,other, Hements. It ,forms a solid. durable. adhesiveness to any surface, imperishable by the action of water or frolit. good building should be coated with this Cement I; it as a perfect preserver to the walls, and infirm s. tine finish, equal to Eastern brown saiiilStone, 'Or any dolor dearer. ' • ' • Among . otheri for whom I have applied the Mastic Cement, I refer to the following gentlemen ? : J. Bissell, ei.ifideneet, Penn street, Pittsburg, finished . . five sears. J. H. Shoenberger, residence, Lairrenbeville, finished five years. fames IKVandlasayresidence, Alleghimy Oity,finished five years.. ' Calvin Adams, residence, Third street, finished four years. . , . A. Hoeveler, residence, Lawrenceville, finished four years. J. D. M'Oord, Penn street, finished four years, Hon. Thomas Irwin, Diamond street, finished four years. St Maslen Hotel and Girard House, • finished five years. Kittanning Court House and Bank,'for Barr & Moser, Architects, Pittsburg. finished fire yeses. Orders rilesived at the office of 11 Ifilildowney, Paint Shop, 20 Seventh Street, or please address , T. F. WATSON, mayle—tf P. O. Box. 13,,0. Pittsburg, Pa. HAMS!!! le 20,000, lbs. Composed of the following Brands just received NEWBOLD'S—Celebrated. NEW JERSEY—SeIect. EVANS do SWlFT'S—Superior. MICHETER'S EXCELSIOR7-Canvassed. MICHINER'S EXCELSIOR—Not canvassed. IRON C/TY—Canvassed- IRON CITY—Not canvassed. PLAIN HAMS—Strictly prime. ORDINARY HAMS Very good. 117" Every Ham mold will be guaranteed as represen ted. WM. DOCK. ir., & CO. RUPERIOR STOCK OF LIQUORS.- WM. leflolt, fa., .k CO.. are no stile to offer te their customers and the public at large, a stock of the purest liquors ever imported into this market, compri sing in part the following verietins WHIEDLY_IRISH, SCOTCH.OLD BOURBON. WINE—PORT, SHERRY, OLD MADEIRA. OTARD, DIIPEY & CO. PALE BRANDY. JAMICA SPIRITS. PRIME NEW ENGLAND RUM, • DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. These liquors can all be warranted ; and in addition to these, Dock & Co. have on, band a large variety of Wines, Whisky' and Brandy, to whit& they invite the saetienlar attention of the public. HEALTH, MONEY ! HAPPINESS A.t this 'Haw n of ronr,.:rhen so much sickness prevail/4 every one shonld provide himself w DA, UM PHRRY,B ttomdIOPATHICI and prevent disease in its beginnilig• A fresh supply always on hand at 11103111119111 , 13 1100K-STORII, warn • . annielnkeg, WAR! WAR r---BRADY; 'No. •62 Market street, below Third, has received a la n e aniortment of Swoons, Sass's and Biwa, which he will cell very low alike dtt fXCELSIOR ! I !--SITGAR . CURED ,/ MANS !—A Delicious Ham, cured expressly for family was. They are superior to any now in the mar ket. •fmr2il WM. DOCK. 2•& 00 ROSS' AMERICAN WRITING -11-1 FLUID, equal if not superior to AA oldls English. fluid, and only - 62 cents per quart bottle.-at 6CHWITE.IIII BOOKATORIL HARRISBURG. PA4 DIONDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1868 MOUNT VEUON HOUSE; steidtd Street. aboVe A. P. BLA.IR, PItO!oltIETOR, flopig] Lite of ik fine Henan? AtUntie City. filgin 'Amusements. DAN . RICE'B GREAT 8110 W 4 DAN RICE'S GREAT SHOW • ; ZIC4IaMELISMIT-TrILGI - : FRIDAY AND SATRUDAY; 00T. 9 AND 10. Performances every afternoon at 2 o'clock. PerFOrni,nces every evening at 7i Welock t DAN . RICE THE AMERICAN HUMORIST, • . "WHO STILL LIVES." Wlll pealtlsal. appear at every exhibition, and in. troduee the wonderful Blind Taiking'Horse, EXCELSIOR, JR., THE TRAINED ANIMALS AND EDUCATED MULES Ant lead in their various performances, the Best Troupe of EQI7BSTRIANB, OYMNASTS, AOROBATS, ATHLETES. Ever Brought before the Public Dan Rice's . Pets, TUE ACTIN° DOGS, MONKEYS. I . r. AND PONIES. Willihiss be brought forward. Will also be intro ducted Du t uf QF WEIVALRY, REBEL RAID O A UNION PICKET: And 3lany Othcr Novel Features LOCATIOS OP LOT Naar Raiding Depel. ADMIP610111; posts, to jgosorved Eisats,,sl) eta. ; Children under ten y@alhi of age, 25 eta., to all parts of the Pavilion THE GREAT SHOW will exhibit at LEBANON, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7 ; at RUMMELSTOWN, THURS DAY, 0.1. 8 Remember the day and dates. • , E. WARNER, Agent. C. L. PHELPS, DireCtor of Publication. sep 30 ADLNUAL BALL! THE FIRST ANNITAIi BALL 9F Tag H A Elif 0 N LIT B OF HARRISIBURQ, WILL 'BB HELD AT 331ILALIVT 7 03 I 3 ALL, On Monday Evening, Oct. b. Excellent music will be in wttendance, and every other livraegemert mane to MVO the comfort cu aln''Snaellt of the guests. A large attendance is an ticipated. TICKETS $1 00 eept2B-1w tit vatrio 4 . '" Rin+ MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 5, 1868. Au Appeal from Democratic Soldiers to The following appeal comes from true and tried soldiers of the Army of the Potomac, who will not be furloughed to come horie and vote. It is genuine, forwarded to us by as brave a man as ever faced an enemy. • RIADQUAI?IIS, ARMY POTOMAC. MIAS COLPSPPIR. Va.. Bept. 28, 280. To ike Voter; of Pehniylvania: F/NZOIT-CITIZIIIIS OF PENNSYLVANIA :—We ask your attention, while we say a few words in reldtiOn to election soon to tote NAM Tht) . ,Dekkooree,y of Artay of the Potomao enteritAtei; eoleein protest , agalesi the. coin° purified by the,frinde- of A. 11 U.iq, the in• Stafteleirrraels. ' • • • A : ,prtaiq elites of newspapers are filled, weenlh with iogolatione purporting tsk hare their origin in this army, endorsing, the actions of GO,. OUrtin, and urging his re-election, on the ‘ :ground that he is the ‘• soldiers' only real A few of .these resolutions are genuine ; but thumoet of them are manufactured at home for id political effect." The manner in which the vote is taken on the W./sloes that are sent from the army is this; " Ail opposed to the resolutions step to the front of the company." • Li there anything fair in this war of taking a vote ? Is it an honorable way ? Is it not an imposition on the goodjudgment and intelli gence of the soldiers , comprising our army ? '.-was not the 44 affirmative" of the ques tion voted upon first ? Why are they linked in with other unexceptional resolves ? Why were they not submitted fair &adman %b the men There is,no doubt,good reason for it. The officers Who. get them up know what they are about. They know very well that, if the queetion Wee properly put, they would be voted down, and it was necessary to couple them with other re- Seine in erdeito blind the eyes of the unsus pecting soldier. Why were not the resolves imblished with the names of the officers who were instramental in getting them up and passed ? Are they afraid or are they ashamed of the deed ? This looks bad. DAN Ric% ! DAN RICE! We denounce such acts as unfair and frau dulent. No good can result from such outrages upfin the "right of suffrage" as exercised by us ' - Fellow-citizens, be not deoeived ; these res olutions endorsing Curtin and recommending big iv-election, are not the true, untrammeled sentiment of the soldiers--they are forced from them—not entertained or voluntarily given. Had we the legal and constitutional right to vote here in the field, thousands of the votes that have been fraudulently recorded for the Curtin resolves would be cast for Judge Wood ward for Governor. PAN RICE ! DAN RICE! DAN RICE ! DAN RICE! Judge Woodward comes up to the full re quirements of the Jeffersonian creed—"He is honest—be is competent." ' ' DAN Can this be said of A. G. Curtin ? Has riot Curtin sold the honor of your . State for his own pereonal and political advaneement ? We pause for a reply. Curtin, it is said, has done a . great deal for the Pennsylvania sol diers ; but has he done any more than the law required him to do ? Every man in the State who pays his taxes has done as much for us as Curtin has. We know very well that he claims to have done more than any other Gov ernor in the Union for the army. If he has we never knew it, and he get I►ell paid for it. RICE! We appeal to you, fellow-citizens—to all true lovers of the Union and the Constitution —all who love law and order,and all who are willing to sacrifice time and money, and life, if need be, for the preservation of the old fabric—to vote for the great statesman and patriot, the soldier's true friend, GEORGE W. WOODWARD. In by days we looked to you for aid and support, and yen gave it with a Willing heart and a liberal hand. We ask you again for support—we appeal to you to redeem our native State from the thraldom of Abolition ism. You owe it to the army that have twice saved the old Keystone from being overrun with the. hell-hounds of rebeldom—who are braving danger all the time for the glory of the old flag—who have on every battle-field, from Yorktown to Gettysburg, fully maintained the honor of the old Keystone. We look to you to elect a good and true man to fill the gubernatorial chair of our good old Conmonwealth• Wb are fully of the belief that Judge .Woodward is the only candidate capable of filling that position with honor to the nation and credit to the State. In conclusion we appeal—in the name of the Democracy of the Army of the Potomac—to all good and true men to Tote Your Qin true friend and supporter, GEORGE W. WOODWARD.' THE HABEAS CORPZ:9 AT RICHMOND.—In the very capital of Robeideal, Richmond, where, if anywhere, it would seem most probable a •°military necessity" might be found to exist, the writ of habeas corpus is respected. In a recent Southern paper the following dispatch appears: RIORMOND, Saturday, Sept. D.—Reuben Ri der was discharged from military service, un der &Writ of habeas minis, on the ground that he was a shoemaker. ,ecessii, we are told daily, the people groan under the most intolerable despotism, d' rived of all rights and privi leges, ooMPollcd by the iron rale of military tyranny to aid the Confederate eause—yet what do we see? That right, the keystone of all civil freedom, is respected—the great writ of liberty is preserved, while we, at the North, have seen it snatched from us- without the pre tense of law or the shadow of justifiCation:— Bridgeport Farmer. THE ARMY OF TUE POTOMAC. their Fellow Citizens. MANY DattoottaTs of the Army of• the Potomac. CO :14 LINCOLN'S GOOD TIMES. A million of men taken from the field of La bor for the field of Battle! War!! War ! War! Blood! Carnage! Free Negroes to . Compete with White Labor. Debt, Taxation and Demoralization! The Constitution trampled upon—the ' , Union as it was" sneered at I Martial Law throughout the Whole Country declared by Proclamation! The Saban Coipus Suspended—the Civil Law' Superseded—Military Arrests and trial threatened—Freedom of Speech and, . of the Press only exercised at the risk of Imprisonment and Death ! ABOLITION $2 A DAY AND ROAST BEEF! Every kind'of meat sold in the market taxed under the Excise - Law— The Osstereerkte pay the , tax,. GROCERIES. Democratic Priee.• • Abolition Price. TOM, 45- to 500 pr Teat, .90. to 1,2 00 Sums Ba9o ,Sugera 9alB Cetfees 14a16c Coffee!' , Nutmegs 50e560 Ifutinegs 76a81 Pepper Ba 9 if Pepper 40 Alspiee 618 64 ' Alspiee 31 Cinnamon,2oa22o 4 6 , Cinnamon 75 DRY GOODS—DOMESTIC. Brown Sheetings Bie per yd . 85c per, yd. Pridts, Calicos, etc. foic " 181-0 " Bleached Miislins 54c " 330 " Canton Flannels 100 " 50. " • • FOREIGN. Delaines 1510 per yd Sle per yd. Dress Goods 250 " 50c " Velvets, $2 50 " $4 50 RAW COTTON, ETC. Cotton Laps lBc per lb 4Aa500 per lb. Wadding ' 40e 11 $1 00 116 Carpet' Chain 20c 45650 c " Lamp' Wick 200 44 $1 00 SS CLOTHS. Satinets • 45a500 per yd. 75a1 25. per yd. Broadcloths, Cassimers, etc., have increased from 50 to 75 per cent. DRUGS have increased in price on an ave rage 100 per cent. TOB&CCO—Manufactured Cavendish To bacco has risen from 35 cents to 75 cents per pound. CIGARS have advanced from $2O to $4O and $5O per thousand. FOREIGN STATIONERY, since the scarcity of specie, has risen 50 per cent. • METALS, &C. Lead 60 per lb 14c per lb. Antimony 13e , 4 2.0 c Block Tin '3lc 11 44c 61 Here good people of the State, you have a true, faithful representation of ABOLITION GOOD TIMES ! You are taxed on all you eat, on all you wear, on all you own—on beef, mutton, veal, pork, dry goods, groceries, drugs, medicines, houses, lands, earriages, business transactions. If you like the picture, if the "good times" please you, in the name of all ihe robbers of the trea sury, in the name of the shoddy, and horse, and ration oontraotors,in the name of all t)* thieves who are interested in prolonging the war and ruining the nation, Vote the Abolition Ticket ! Vote for every Abolitionist on the ticket— they are all of the right stripe—all pledged to stand by Abe Lincoln, free negroes, a long and Needy war, increased debt and taxation, and a long continuance of the "good times" we have now on hand. But, if you DON'T LIKE THE PICTURE, IF LINCOLN'S GOOD TIMES DON'T PLE ASE YOU, , . The remedy is in your own hands—and we advise you to apply it. Vote the full DEMOCRATIC trors,T! From Woodward down to Academy Trustees, And wipe out at once and, orever the thieving, hypocritical, canting,, ranting, treasonable, blasPhamons, free nigger, debt and tax ABOLITION PARTY. • , Laboring men, liare your wages increased in proportion to the advance :in price of gro ceries, dry goods and provisions ? Answer the question yonrselves—we leave_ it to you.— Capitalists, speculators and , government plun dereis are growing ' richer on ' these '" good times." Are you ? Anewer again. Would a change hurt you ? In fact, don't your circum. stoves urge you to try a change ? We have no doubt you will say yes. Well, then make the change—,you can do it, and we think you will do it.—Exchange. A STARTLING REPORT THERE IS TO BE NO PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. The Metropolitan Record says : " The recent proclamation of the President suspending the writ of habeas corpus, has a deeper design than the enforcement of the aonsoription. It is intended not only to ope rate on the State elections, which are to take place in another month, but is to provide against the next Presidential election. In brief, there is to be no Presidential election, " Sole of the Black Republican papers have insisted that such election should not be held al the war is over, which Lincoln himself inti mated in hie letter to the Springfield conven tion, a few weeks ago, was not so near at hand as the people supposed. "The plan by which the people are to be de frauded of their freedom is as follows: "When the whole North is'under the ope ration of martial law, another proclamation will be issued by the President, who will—ac cording to the programme laid down—insist that there Wall be no election until the war is over and the'army can take part in it." 64 We ask any candid man," says the Wash ington •Constitationalist, ** if recent events have net given at least appearance of probability to this report, and if the last proclamation of the President is not calculated to confirm it ? Of one thing the Thief Magistrate and his MR cial advisers are convinced, that the moment they shall have descended from the positions they have eo greatly abused, they will come under the action of tho laws they have , viola ted, and meet face to face thousands of citizens whom they have so deeply wronged. "Is it any wonder, then, that to save them selves, corrupt acid demoralized as they are, they should endeavor, by a coup d'etat like that reported, to sweep away citizen rights and State sovereignty, thus Placing thendielves above and beyond all law. But they will hit, and their faiinre will be a warning throughout all coming time, to those who would travel in . the same path." ONLY TWO HonsEs.—The farmer who pays $3OO to clear his son of Uncle Abe's conscrip tion, can calculate that he is giving just two of hie good borsfs to sage his eon. By the time the war is ended our farmers will have no horses left. CM PuBIMUIt• BURT MOlpillie KKOMPTIIP BY 0. BARRETT A 00 Tao Boar !Amor All lama wit Do woof timid. mattsoro ridding la the Saleaghlar Tut m payable to Um Cantor. Nail aabsorilioro, viva viinsoal *U Alum WEBLLY I l AvarelP Alt, VIIIION is paidiaaodatrwa DOLLang Pan aammt, lavariabbiy in ailvalasc fammirie to Om address, Ifteai dollars Crimea' with this saddlebag.* 1 elds•Epl JOB 01F/0 oontaialai a.varioty of plata sot bay 'PT establiduiestbablaaliodos et Z llll°, f p ir witi•h pstronalis of do pablie to so ' . ' • 'eJA nog TIE FiRlll-11Dann BORDER. How the Abolitioniite are Depopulating the' Boide.r Countiee—Xen, Women and Children driven into Mile—Thousandth of them Camping in the For rests without Shelter or .Food—The Kanea...r Thieves. Carrying;off 4heir Furniture, 4 . 4 ., 4.c. Correspondence of the t. Len's'Republican. Liam Ton, Mo., Sept. 25.—1 t is accom plished, and we Ake longer witneiik the painful scenes that were so common along our streets and highways during the past two . weeks of the present month. The work of depopulating the counties along our border, subject to Gen. Ewing's ever-memorable Order 11,was finished about a week since and we now look vii)en an uninhabited waste, where lees than Link yams age existed a numerous, thrifty and happy people,pos sessed of the comforts and Luxuries of life, and blessed with many of highest privileges. Their cheerful homes are desolate and lonely—a soli tude unbroken, save by the footfall of lawless robbers and vandals as they pass from apart ment to apartment in search of the valuables which the former occupants were compelled to leave in their precipitate flight. By an edict, as cruel as it is imperious, they were required to abandon their homes, their crops, and most of their goods and chattels, after fifteen day's constructive notice, and wander in quest of food and shelter for themselves and their de pendent families. Oialylifkivu OW Just as much time as is allowed by law to prepare for defendintagainat an- ordinary •-aotioaroof-as sumpsit in a ljuatioe's court. • 1 To-day, thousands , of these unhappy exiles are without homes, without shelter, without bread, almost without clothing; certainly without such as is indispensable for their pro tection from the piercing wind, and. merci less cold of winter, which 'will soon overtake them. • So hurriedly did they have to leave, that they would have been able to remove but few of their effects, had they etetk poeeeseed such means of transportation as they could have commanded before the war; but having been robbed and plundered of all-these, few of them were able to ,get away with more than was indispensable for immediate use and ion iniMption,‘and hundreds were forced to leave without even this much. These exiles are now scattered over the, country ; e ottlein. crowded in old, dilapidated mi out-houses, some in tents bythe way-side; and others , camped in the woods without shelter, save such as they have managed to eanstruet from boughs of the trees. The consequence will be that hundreds of them will certainly perish during the ap proaching winter, unless something can be done for their relief. This relief can be af forded in only one of two waysit must either 'come from the charities of the people, or it may be afforded by the revocation of Order Of these two plans, it occurs to me that the latter is the wiser and better, and is alone in consonance with common sense and justice.— Could these exiles be permitted to return to their homes within the next two or three weeks, upon reasonable and appropriate conditions, most of them would be able to provide against starvation and suffering during the coming winter, and would be able to preserve from ruin such of their crops and effects as have not been carried away or destroyed. The revision of the order in question cannot repair the in: jury and suffering it has already inflicted, but it certainly would relieve them in a measure, and would save them an incalculable amount of both in the future. Another reason that may be urged why this should be done, and done immediately, is the fact that lawless bands have, for more than ten days past, been going the rounds in this depopulated region, entering the abandoned houses and hauling away the beds, bedding, furniture and whateirer else of value has been left behind by the citizens, who . are now in exile. - On Friday of last week not lees - than twenty wagon loads of furniture, &c., that had been Laken from boners in tho neigborhood of Independence, were hauled away in the direc tion of Kansas, and the's() patriotic efforts in behalf of our bleeding country are still put forth from day to day. The idea of expelling the inhabitants from three or four counties in order to exterminate the guerrillas by which they are infested, may be a good one—bnt it has tot been, and I think never will be, so regarded by men of sound judgment. 'tut be this as it may,,there can be no dotibt that the efibiequent pillaging, of the depopulated territory; whieh has at -least been permitted. will excite the unqualified condemnation of every honest man. , TSE ASSAULTS OP THE ADMINISTRA TION ON VONSTITUTIONAL LI B ERTY. . • • The following remarks—With What truth we know not—are attributed to Wendell Phillips, the high priest of radical abolitionism. If he did give'utterance to them, we must give him credit of having, once in his life, spoken sensi bly, truthfully, and to the point. In one of his speeches—probably when he was in bad humor with the administration—he is reported to have said " But let me remind you of another tenden cy of the times. You know, for instance, that the writ of habeas corpus, by which government is bound to render a reason to the judiciary before it lays its hands upon a citizen, has been ealled.the high-water mark of English liberty. The present Napoleon, in his treatise on the English constitution called it the germ of Eng lish institutions. Lieber says that free meet ings like this, and a free press, are the three elements which distinguish liberty from des potism, and all the Saxon blood has gained in the battles and toils of two hundred ye'ays,are these three things. Now, to-day, Mr. Chair man, every one of 'them—habeas corpus, the right of free meetings and free press—is an nihilated in every square mile of the Republic. We live to-day, every one of us, under martial law or mob law. The Secretary of state puts into his hostile, with a warrant as irresponsi ble as that of Louis, any man whom he pleases, and you know that neither prase nor lips may venture to arraign the government without be silenced.- We are tending with rapid strides— you may say inevitable - ; I don't deny it, ne eessarily ; I don't question it—we are tending to that strong government which frightened Jefferson ; toward that unlimited debt, that endless army ; we have already those alien and sedition laws, which in 1793 wrrelied the Federal party, and summoned the Demoorati into existence. For the first time on the con tinent we have passports, which eVert Louis Bonaparte pronounces useless KO cdiORS the first time in our history, government . spies frequent our great cities." CLOTH was recently purchased in New York to make full uniforms for 879 of Mr. Lincoln's contraband proteges, in one camp at Washing ton, who are to be employed the coming win ter not in 'Writing proclamations, but in making baskets ! "There's richness for yon," you poor white trash—you are only fit to pay taxes and be conscripted. If you had only been. bond with sooty faces you might in time have acquired the whole art,of hamlet-making , under the patronage of A. Lincoln.—Conn. Farmer.