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.n avifUIKH-im-umlv,u. IB III IbUtl.J ,
nt this BiomrJnt, clothed with imporial pow
i" ami Mil "bo the precursor of a socond
ucspot ratfra Jroti'handcd and intclllgont
than himself) If tho war bo much longsr
pf dtnrctod, A strong war and a weak
tmtitnent cannot co-cxUt on tho same
soil. Td barry on a groat domestic war
uiuDt uc u strong government a
itrnng government mu t bo a ccntraliza
hon and accntrilinalion musfbo ados
potistn. The Abolitlouisls, truo to their
oespouc principles and instinois, aro will
ingly ciicsncd in doiinr their utmost kn in
ccntralir.0 tho Government as to eliminate
the question of Stato rights from all future
controversy, ana to epnvort the North in
to as homogeneous a unity s tho empire
But tho Democrats aro nninp.l nf linim.
disloyal, hecauso they will not ttultify
mciuscivcs oy suouung iiosannali to Aunt
nam l.imjolns and say, by their words
and atlions, that, ' tho king can do no
wrong " Tho term loyalty is defined by
Webster and other lexicographers to uioxtt
nuciuy 10 a pnncc or sovereign." and i
'loyalist, nocording to the stino high ,uth
ority, is "a pewoa who partkuludii nd
nercs to Ms s-ovengn or prince, and do
fends fcis cause in timo of revolt nnil .
volutbu." Hut President Lincoln is neither
a prince nor a Eovencn. but a nublic .nr.
vant, clothed with a little brief authority
by tho Constitution, who, after bavins
...... WJ i.:. I .1 ... . ..a
"uwu nowr upon mo mage oi publie
uuuirs, wi.i return io nts western Lome a
wiser, If not a bctcr man, for having been
Kvatcd to a position whkh ho was tota ly
rncompctcnt to fill with cither credit to
'himself or to tho advantage of the country
iDcmoerati aro loyal to tho. Constitution
ana "laws, the only test of loyalty Jiuown
in the United States. The sovereignty in
this country is in tho people. An amer
roan, therefore, may bo disloyal to himself
out lie cannot be to a more creature of his
own making, whether ho bo a President or
Constable. If faithless to law. constitu
tionully onactcd by tho proper anthortios,
no Dccomcs disloyal to lnmsclf as a sover
eign, for a citizen, ho is presumed to have
made, or a:sistcd in making, the law in
question, Thi3, therefore, take it, is
the ftnc test of loyally nmon.' ui, and
every troe Democrat, who reveres the
Con.-aftutroii and laws, is a loyal man in
the rtnly octree in which the term can be
properly 'uscd in this country. The terms
tf Toproach and obloquy, then, with
'Whidh oor cars have been assailed for the
last 'two years, arc "not only harmless, but
meaningless, and will, in duo tinsc,rcact
upon the party. using tliom. In the rcin
cl-John Adams they were called Jacobins;
during the administration ol Andrew
Jackson (God bless the old hero's memo
ry !) they were called Locofocos ; ami
now, forsooth, they arc Called Gopptr
leads ! bit, as Jacobins, 'tlbcy burled
'ihccldcr Adams from ptnver ; au fkocofo.
fococs, thoy rallied around tire patriot
statesman of the Hermitage, and nobly
sustained him in his (.rent controversy
with the money power of the country ;
and, as Copperheads, they will sting the
Abolition party of tho present day to death
and, at the first fitting opportunity, send
Abraham Lincoln adrift, and plnce the
helm of StJte iu the liamls of an experi
enced Democratic pilot. When that day
comes, ns'corac it surely will in the roll
or time, we shall ugctn 'have peace and
itrv.ntj'inauis trtrriore cnsiTliT'llio luato- with llio ohurcli, was fired by somo of tho
ry our nation. One of tho fundamental soldiers, and in a sliort timo burned to tho
principles of tbo party is, and always has groitii'l. JJeforo tho ll tines had fairly I
becu, tho doctrino of Stato llights, as laid readied the church, tho soldiers burst open I
down in tho Kentucky and Virginia res- tho doors mid commenced sacking it of
olutions of 1708 and 1800 tho rights re- ovory valuable. Tho organ was iu a mo
served to themselves at the framing of tho mcnt torn to strips', and almost overy sol
Constitution. This was clcarlv and un. dicr who catno out sceinml i.n tm m l.iin-n.
equivocally laid down by tho statesmen of ting tho occasion by blowing through an
jum, jicuuu, uuu iii me spcccucs and writ
ings of James Madison, Alexander. Ham
ilton, John Jay, and others of their con
temporaries. Mr. Hamilton, (and ho
should bo good authority with modern
Itepublicaus,) iu ono of his most power-
full efforts in the Convention of New York
called for the ratification of tho Fodcnl
Is it possillo that wo have eomo to this! '
that tho temples of tho living God are not
to bo spared from tho vondal ravages of
this hitter, vindictive, and unrelenting
war I And yet this is a war wagrd by a
profefsinc Oliristaiu people aeainst breth
ren o( thusamo lineage, and worshiping at
UtlllT,!) 11 v m:vi I,
TAT 15 , ritOFRIUTOR
SATUItDAV, APRIL 25, 1863
Constitution, said , ''Tho States can uev-1 the same altars, in ilm lio-M. nf il,., oiuiti.
cr lose their powers till tho wholo people nation of the nineteenth century 1 I for
of America arc robbed of their liberties, boar further comment, as tho deed is too
Ihcse must go together. They must sup- attrocious to contemplate. t
port each other, or meet & common fatu I Lot Abiaham Lincoln retrace his strns.
wish tlie commiitco to remember that withdraw his emancipation proclamation
1110 t onstltutloil Under ovamtnnlinn in censo'nrrnsliii
. ( to law, restore tho sacred writ of habcus
framed upon truly Republican rUemo-
cratic principals, and that as it. is ex- cornus. and not nttomnt nn I
prossiy desigued Tor a oonimon protection terttre with tho liberty of speech or of tho
and tho coneral welfare of the United
w I V D ......w s. ,v t JH IUU
States, it must bo utterly repugnant to
this Constitution to subvert the Stato
Governments or oppress tho people. Tho
coercion of States is ono oi tho maddest
Kprojccts that waB over devised. A fail
ure of compliance will never bo confined
to a single State. This begin the case,
can wo suppose is wiso to hazard a civil
war I It would be a nation a war
-n . . : -.. - r . I it .
vsiui.uiuii oi wic union alone, as pro
claimed by tho Congress of tho United
States, and tho Democracy to a man will
sustain him, and carry the stars and
strijics into every ono of the thirty-lour
States. 'e want no divided couutrv
uu uurm, no oouui, no tfast, no West
nor will wo willingly consent to any per-
W'CMno to tiii: constii uriov, as the
siiirwitncKKi) MAittxnn cmnostotiic last
I't AN K, WIII'.N NlllllT AM) TIIK TB.MriMT fl.OSli
AKOUiND IIIM."-M,,W UcUUr.
PUItPOSKS OF THE WAR I
I i1RU, nr A tort NtlRLV UXiKIMOM, ptn TIIK
rm.n,iNii RtnH.i-rinM, unun urnt TMK ore or
Tiik ,V nn" ash n tiic iBin: stanuaiui or loyalty :
"Thai llio prcfPiit ilpplnrnMn civil nnr hnn been
Mri'il upon tho romitry liy Ihi! ill.'mlnnl'lr. or llic
fouthcrn nter, now In nniM ngalnt tliol.'oiiFlltiitlnnnl
fiiivi'tniMcin, nucl In ntnii nruiiml llio Cnpllnli that In
iM NnlioiulonicrKcnry, Ctmiiri'm, k;in.iliii; nil ftpt
lug or iiierf i,mi(im or rcjrwinftit, uill rvrnlltct nnly
llmlijly to llio wholu cntinlry di m, uarh ml vagtd
on thtir pnrtln any rrlrit ifvfiirttthnrr any ;ir
pose ocoiijnrjt or luhjigaiion r;niriof n orertkroitinp
tr intirftring vilh the tigMt or 'utabllthtdtnstitMtoni of
tAose StattM.hattiJeffH.i nA ...
the Coi,!tiluthn,.nv,l u irtitrre the Union, teith the itlf-
Mr.Kaitio's Koply to Judgo
The following proceedings occurred in
tho Ilouso of Representatives on tho l'lth
Mr. Hopkins (Wash.) offered the fol
Resolved) That the Governor be in.
sttuctcd to direct tho Attornoy General to
institute criminal proceedings against Si
mon Cameron, John J. Patterson, Win.
Drobst, and Henry Thomas.
Mr Denodict moved to amend bystrik
ing out the names of General Cameron
and tho others in tho resolution avd insert
the name of T. Jefferson Uoyer. Disa
greed to by a strict party vote.
Tho vote was then taken on tho reso
lution of JJr. Hopkins, when Mr. Laport, (
Republican, voted tjc, and desired to en
ter his reasons for so doing on the Journ
al, which were as follows :
VALUADLK HEAL ESTATE.
. ,, ni.. ii w.1l Tho undorsignrd, EAccutots df the, last .
Evans, in tho Olintr. It was well J, n,in 4eof jfe nb MU. m, of Anltlony mntfufo
iil nnil hv llin Invnl citizens oft nnliiur comity, dce'il, will Mil (it I'liblfc .rMn, on
LU, anil, oy UIO loni uiiium um e prpmlee, oit Monday Ilia lt rfny of Jutir, IPf.i,
"As Simon Cameron hat, as 1 am in
formed, constantly niscrtctl niiice liis de
feat that but for his failure to obtain my
nr with maneiit disruntiott of 1UU
itself. Can any reasonable man be well i of sovcreicu States. Tht. 43 ni l?,.r,,.K.
disposed towards a gevcanment that makes ! lie must bo sustained, and the illicitly
war aud carnage the only means of rup- of the Union vindicated at all hazards
porting itself a government tha' oan ex- consistent with honor, but this can onlv
tsi ouiy oy me sworu ; livery sucu war
must involve tho innocent with tho guilty
This single consideration should not be
inefficient to dispose every peaceable citi
zen against such a government How well
Mr. Hamilton predicted the consequence
resulting from the ausressions of the Fed
oral GovcVLment upon Statu rihets.
I might also quote from tho letters of
Messrs. Madison and Jay, published in
the Fudcralte at the time the Constitulien
nl,tiiaalit,,nn,lnfktothe,ertrclSlntttMmi-airr; vnti lin wniihl Invn lipnnnlfPli.il c
n J Hint at noon as time object art acconjillthrt the tear WOUIU Ua0 OCOH Clecletl, IIUU ak
ought to eean." t,at nBSerti0 can on)y b(J trU0) ; ,uy
CO?" Miss Mary Haiucley, adverti - T' TV ,5"t h
her Spring Millinery oods, ia this "Co- P" J ? D,,mocral,. vol 1 T0, H!i
Mia Democrat." ! 1,10 0l,6,Dul rcaoluHou of Mr. Hopbns
'QWaMi.J thiu passed yeas -10, nays 44.
in a ibcyaTice, anfl from tho ibc-
quont writings of Mr. Jefferson, all going
bo accomplished iu the way pointed out
uy mu vjousmuiion. ucn its landmarks,
have been departed from, as they have'
heeu by this Admicistratiiin, there is no
hope for the country unless it speedily re
traces its steps ; nor will the Democratic
party be held responsible by tho I'utuio
historian, in whole or iu part, for the sad
Jatc which inevitably awaits the nation
from a persistence in such a suicidal policy.
The Democracy have always fought tjio
buttles of tho nation. They fought for the
countrv in the war of 18lt2. when their
fiSrScnator Duckalcw has our thanks
for pamphlet copies cf the "MiKtia At,"
ami tho "U.tuk Dill."
Tho resolution then being on final pa?-
Tlio Jorsoytown Dcmocrntio
A Democratic Mass Meeting, was held
on tho lUth iust, at Jorsoytown. ll-on.
Columbia and Montour comities, and gavo
unmisVakeable cvidenco that thoro was at
least ono party in tho country, who know
their lights, and knowing, dare maintain
them." Levi L, Tato, of Columbia, J.
II. Campbell, J. 0. Auimorman, Paul
Lcldy, Thos. Uinlfatit, of Montour, ro
spectively, nddrcssod tho Meeting. Tho
Democracy of old Madison, hud a good
timo generally, ami like every thing they T.xV
undertake, it was conducted in decency
anil order. ,
iXolc. Wo arc surpi hed that tho Sec
retaries either did not know, or had for
gotten, that it was their duty to forward
to o'clocK ill tho fnrrnooii. All (lint ccrlnln
itCC itml tract or IaihI ultiint- In Anthony ton iithlp,
.Montour county) unjoining Inuiliof Tho. I'nfy, U,
U Ilnti. Jnmci .McVlidcr, ahj olhef lituJi bcliilinln n
to tlic cutnlf of Jofob lllildli" iluirmi'il, ciintnln in ft
nliout iutl icri-a of Innil almut 10 which n clrnrcit
InnJ nnil Si) am- uftliutur liimt, Uu ilikh ate,
A FRAME UWlit.LlNl) HOUSE,
framo ham, nml out biill.llugs, nltli a gnol .-1 i I 'or-'
On Tucmlay the 5,1 ilay of Jam; lfTjlt.nn tho premlt.
ci nil that certain tnct of IIiihI rlliiAU in MmlliiMi tn
Columbia county, mljolulnit l.ulilii of tlary llarhiir, J
coli .Mill.. John H in i t uml iilliofH. c iiitiiluli'T K.U arri'a
iibout 115 nam of which l di'tiri'il . 1 1 1 1 mm l.i ncrui of
EE?Wc call attention to the able and
eloquent speech of Hon. Gcorgo Sander
sou, Mayor of Lancaster, in our paper of
The commissions of the several
persons, who were elected, in Columbia
county, tthts spring, Justices of the Peace,
arc in the hands of the Recorder.
nbt timo, nor do I conceive it to he ueecs
sary beforo this intelligent audience.
1 he quotation troin tho speech of Alex
ander Hamilton, the nutativc father of
ancient edcralism, which is now merged
in Abolitionism, is sufficient for my pur
pose. -Suffice it to say, that this very
question was the stumbling block, with
many of the States, and induced a hesita
tion ontthcir part about entering the Uni
on:; and it was only after the ablo argu
ments adftuccd and lucid expositions giv
en of'tho reserved rights cf 'the States,
and their pr.rtial inflopendeiico of ithe
General Government, Ivy .those eminent
constitutional lawyers r.nd statesmen, that
ihe 'Union was formed at all. And it
mutt be clear to every (kinkinc unpreju
diced mind, that it never would have been
formed had tho consolidation dogmas of
the present day prevailed at that time.
From the organization of tho Govern
ment, I repeat, the doctrine of State
rights has been the cherished faith
of the Democratic party. It has adhered
to it in sunshine and iu storm, in .nance
, and in wrr, in prosperity aud adversity.
and will ever continue to cling to it as the
sure defease tho rights of the people
against 'the 'ctiurcaohmcnts of centralized
unmh'from the Atlantic to tho Pacifie;,and power and despotism. While it is willing
from tho Aroostook to the Itio Grande. , to concede to the General Government
God speed the day when we shall again bo absolute and supreme power io all that is
one people, with one t!ovcrnment one expressly delegated to it by tho Coustitu
Constitution, one destiny. ' ' tion, it claims, and this claim cannot be
. It would seem to bo a part of the re-, sucessfully controverted, that the powers
'cognized policy of tho present National not expressly granted to the Federal head
Administration and its supporters to con-' remain with the States and the people. In
'.rol by physical or military force tuc sen-, this respect the difference and distinction
'timeirti ofthe people. This is prcci.-ely between Stato and Federal powers is char
what Tyranny and its minions have ut-, and explicit. Each moves in its own or
iempled in all ages ol the woild. Obe-' bit, like each planet in tho solar system,
"dience to the Constitution, and laws en-, and exercises supreme authority in its own
astod in conformity with tho teachings of particular sphere. Tho ono should not
that sacred insirumcLt, is what every Ad- be permitted to cnroach upon the other,
ministration has arright to expect and re-land tho authority and sovereignty of both
qnirc troin every citizen-, bnt conformity should be scrupulously mariKiuucd; and
m opinion no Government but an unnnti- tins, n i can read 'the sigus ot tho limes
to establish the same point, but I lnvo political opponents were plotting treason
in Now England, and burning blue lights
to guide tho encmv' shing salclv into nnrt
They f iught our battles successfully in
the Mesiecn war, when their opponents iu
Congress were rcfu-ing to vote supplies to
our bravo soldiers, and encouraging th0
enemy to ''welcome them with bloody
hands to hospital graves." And they arc
fighting the battles of the cnuntrv in the
present gigantic war, and have cheerfully
endured tho hardships and perils of tlm
catn.pr.igi, so .that thoy might be instru-
miHiiai in oringicg DacK the recusant
States to their allegiaiicc.and restoring tho
old Union as it was with allelic guaranties
of tht! Constitution in fact and inviolate
A ...1' . I 1 1 . I ...
a.un niui'u man cii-ieh, Willie our Uernn- ' i. .
crutic brrtlirnn nrn. in I1..1.I :.. .i. .
... wlav. ui.ni .mil iii mi;
Boy Mag W. II . Ext, the gallant young
officer t f tho Union Army, recently at
home on a furlough, has been summoned
to Washington to aid in the Court-Mar-tial
of J. A. Abbot.
Hook for -Map,' in
It is beautifully
embellished, and as usual .richly Moreil
th? proceedings for publication.
The following rcolutions woro unnni-
niously adopted at the Democratic meeting
at Jersey town on Friday last!
Jtesoretl, that the period hai now ar
rived, when those in power should learn,
that the wishes of the majority ot the pco
pie mu it and hall be recognized,
His tied, That wo ever .hold ourselves
iu readiness to engage in a war to main
tain the Union and procrve tho honor and
dignity of that sacred ins'riiinent t he
.Mr- Champneys esse to denounce the Canaituiioii of the I'uited States and to
nnt :is tlm mnst infnmniw vmlmim, nf tin. 1 maintain lorrver inviolate all those rights
Constitution which he had ever heaid. j aml handed down ,0 us by our
t, . T , , . . I revolutionary siren. Hut a war earned
Mr Ivatna. I have no objection,. Mr. C0lltt;l. l0 thl, rulo, nn(1 provisions of
Speaker, to the resolution offered by the that instrument, win ther it be a crusadu
gentlciuan from Huntingdon. The only 1 ngaiint slavery, or any other finrttic.il or
difficulty in the raso, as it seems to me j dHuiory sshenio, never can t.nd never
arises from the fact that, I believe, the I -ll nmce ontivp, o-(.
. ,. .,, . i-.i . i'A.v-r, Iliai the mci.Mtm taken by
testimony will. ..he reports the majority ,B illwilaik'tr.ltl011 ,, lc A ,,J
of that committee will be printed to-day. ; Confess not warranted by, and iu arcor
Hnt I would prefer, sir, if this minority tlanrc w'uh the dm titution of the United
loport is to.be printed, that it .slnuhJ ac- St Mci for the pinposc ol prosecuting the
comnanv tho rcnort of the maioritv xtiil. ' nM,1" rycu,VB "Pprooutioir anu
i i j j
the testimony. It will then be beforo the
people of tlris Stuto 'Under tho whole evi
dence to determine which rritrt -is witi
tied to the mo't favor.
f-uppoit of free and loyal people
ifCiOivca, iiiat as good ciM.cns we
will endeavor lo so dcpo.t our.-clvcs as to
violate -no -cinslo iprovisioii of law. nd
will ever hold ourstlvf's aiiicnab'e to its
MtliW t,.rl miwulitj 11 . a. ..i.h ....nt..ifl
.n, ., e T .11 . ...... u ...it i ix.-., J. ll vii UUI tllili-'i
The gentleman from La.rcaMer 'has wn- ; j,0IyarS) we' (!l.,.irt! ,,, lt frce hpeccI) w.1(
dertaken to say here that the report ol'the ,'givon to us by s o I uud that it defense, if
majority m not an argument upon the I laws no pnwor'c! and rulers fa tltlcs,
with pattcrus and road ing matters for La
dies. Very gootl.
facts, t'tit is a
Lieut. Ai.em H.
Ictitor frt m Lieut. A,
'unity in the land, amd tho star qpanglcd
banncr'of 'the 'Ilcpublic shall wave in tri
Tati:. Wo hare a
ii Title, of Ihe laGlh
I'. V from the Army of Potomac,
camp confronting thd enemies ofiihe. Union ll,!"s' lla,C(I 011 (llc of Apr'l-
in tho .South, wo who remain at home-in- .lr reports tho btiys.all well. He says the
tend to take care that the Republic khall 'iteginicnt had in ai cling order- and would
suffer no detriment at thchauds ofthcabo-' moVu on Wcdnc-dny.
i ttinn iltHiintnnistii nf tlm Vnnt, r t J
... . ..v. iiuiui. , u IIUVU
a lngh tmd 'holy 'duty to perform for our
selves and our posterity a duty which we
liiiiruui, aiuiK ll wi; WOUIll, HIT II1C IS?tlO
"'Vd Jnnncnilij Munitird. Col.
T.-iT. McCamaxt, has iTi-poscil of the
Potisville De uosraiic Stand ird, to A. C.
RaucIiAY, E-q , of Pittsburg. 'I he Stan,
tlard U an excellent papir, and lh& only
Democratic sheet published in the coiiutv ! .i i i
; . i 1 iii' 'iviiui
We wish the new Editor
SGFi'eu Barber Shop. 'I'hos. Hrown,
woiild'inlorm thepuhlie generally, hat he
has opened a New Barber Shop, iu
Court ITousj Alloy, woro he would he
pleased to have the patronage of his form
er customers ; and no doubt it will be to
the entire satisfaction of all. Give him a
aright, is what tho Democratic party in
tend they shall bo. One of tho panic
ular duties of the General Govcrameut is
to regulate our trade and intercourse with
foreign nations, but it is to the state Gov
ernments we nimi mainly look for the
protection of lile, liberty and property.
When the power of the lattor is destroyed
we have no s curity for anything, but be
cemc at onco the slaves of a 'consolidated
and galling despotism.
For Stato rights, then the Democratic
party contend. For this great principle
tuey always did battlo in tho past arc
It is recognized by tho Consti- doing it now and, I trust, will continue
the United States and in our: to do it for all timo to come. Democrats
.gated despotism cyor'hasor ever will at
tempt to enforce. It was 'tun attempt
which Lord Montague, a Peer of lEuglaud
denounoed as far back in history as in the
reign ol Queen Elizabeth. A statute was
(proposed "to force the subjects of the
realm to receive and believe the religion
of the Protest.vats on pain of death.'''
"Tbif ,' said ho, "is a thing mo.-t unjust,
for that it is repugnant to the rational lib.
ertv of men's understanding for under
standing may be persuaded, not cnorccd."
Freedom of opinion is a right guarantied
to every man by God hiuisclt, aud is ma
Stato Oonstituitons, and is embraced in I arc willing to spend their monoy and shed
the samo tjlausu which guaranties freedom their blood in defense of the Constitution
bf speech and of tho press rights inesti- and the Union as they wore handed down
rnablo to tho people aud ''formidable lo to us by tho pure-minded statesmen of
tyrants only.'' The attempt to violato other aud better days, and are alike op-
incso nguui may. lur a unci pcriou oi iiuauu iu iuj oucessiou traitors oi inc
time, meet "with apparent succcts ; but South and the Abolition traitors of tho
has been forced upon -us by the Abolition
ists themselves and be is unworthy the
uaino or the privileges of a freeman who
will cower before the minions of despotism
in this trying ihour for constitutional lib
erty. I know not what others may 'do in
this time of sore trial, or what they may
bo willing to suffer for truth and the right.;
but as for me, although my time and of
life has fallen into tho sere aud yellow
loaf, I will remark, 'in the 'vigorous and
csprcs-ive language of tho greatest of .rev
olutionary orators, Patrick Henry rti'e me
liberty. engivc nis thalh
This "is no 'time for mincing matters
with our political enemies, who arc at the
Samo tilllO. tilt! ennmic! nf tlm Kniinlri-
The people have an earnest, longing desire I ( a'
to bo onlighteiied on the great and funda- j
mental principles of civil liberty. The .' Unparalleled JM&amaeSS
iruva, wnicu nas been suppressed for a
season by the iron heel of despotism, mu-.t
be brought out, rc-invigoratctl andlisen
thralled for, in the language of tho Poet,
Truth crti'lieil tn earth villi ritu tigaln,
Tho eternal yean of OoJ arc Iier
It'll irror, ivounilcd, rithen in pain.
Anil iilc-s amid her northippcrn.
Buckle on your armor, thou fellow-citizens,
and in tho eloquent aud patriotic
language of Daniel Webster, bo deter
mined to "cling 'to the Constitution as tho
shipwrecked mariner -clings to tho last
plank when night and the tempest close
around him," and let your watchword bo
one Union, o;ic Constitution, one deitiny.
Our readers wen a fortuight si ncc in
formed that David Tod, Governor of Ohio
had been arrested, by the Sheriff of Fair
field county, iii that State by warrant of
the Supreme Court, for kidnapping Dr.
Ebson H. Oi.ds, in last August, aud for
having him ;incarcoratcd for five long
months, without j'mticc or trial, iu ono of
thc'il.incoln Hastilcs.'' In the case of
Dr. Olds, tho abolition law-breakers, there
nnd iu Washington,, maintained 'tlm tho
privilege of tho writ of habeas corpus
I II. 13 t IM.I.I-illl lllLUU Vlik
I allegation upo'i depart of the cntieniati 1
J from Lanea.-ter I tteily nmd aib-olr.tely I
deny. 1 say hero iu nij jp'ace, that if I
there is any thr.ig in thai report whirh
should active favor from llio .peqple of
Pennsylvania, alter they have "end the '
testimony, it ii thai it is not strong uiioiigli
that it doe not fully come up to the
j testimony iu the cue. If there hiin
either of .those reports anything of a par
. tUan character il is iu the minority report.
(That icpor', Mr. Speaker, says that Cha.i.
J.H. Uuckalcw is .justly chargeable with at-
i.... rt .Iii
i tempt it: -use corrupt niiiuciices or eoi ru.pt .iit.'re lias been
i meani lo secure the election of the United
blitte; .Senator. I -sny there is notliiiiir in
e ca.c which justifies any change
j of that kind. 1 say that tlnut conclusion
'thus drawn from this testimony is as ,'
' il t' malignant. 1 could take the tes
timony, and by the same course of nru
' incut, could prove that every Itepubliean
member upon thir flcor, ho votnl for
Simon Cameron, is justly clmrgcaJjle 'Wit'h
complicity in an. attempt to bribe a inim
I her of tho Legislature to vote for Simon
I Cameron for United States Senator.
j Why, sir, what is the testimony in ro-
gard to Charles H. Uuckalew ? Nothing
in the world, except the simple statement
of Mr. Hoycr, that he sent a note io -Mr.
Huckalcw; that Mr. Uu.cl.alcw called on
him, and that ho informed Mr. Huckalcw
what he was doing; that Mr. Uuckalew
told him to be careful to be cautious
i there any thing more ? Not one solit
word. Upon this alone the minority com
mittee have undertaken to say that Chas.
It. Uuckalew 'is.rjustly 'chargeable with us
ing corrupt influences to procure the olec
tion of a Uuitad States Senator.
rests iu our right a.nns and so help
God wc wi'l never 'betray the trust.
An E'Ketion nf 0 dicers of the Colum
l ia counts' Agri.-ului'al Society, will t:ko
Plicit on Siturd.ty, .May Kith, IsJlilt, at
the Gjiirt ilomu ic HIoj n.b li'g , at i!
o'elnek P. M. Mt'iu'mra of tho Society
are req'icst :1 lo attend.
Hy or. lor ef the Ex.-iculivn (Jo ninittee.
JtviyAecirding to Hepubliean testimony
o:t)P,(lt)l),t)00 stolen by
contracted riuee the war begiin.
In L iwr.!ric towm'iip, Cl'a.'fnl'l eo ,
Pa. at the r"siilunce ot the JJndu's l'a-lU-r,
on die a8th of M.treh. l(i:,by Hev
W. M Shocmaktr, .Mi. J. S Giiav, ol
Hnlf-uiooii, Ceii re en , and Mis. Emma
J Tatk daiighicr of , Joshua J. Tate, Esq
of the lirt utuued jilace.
' rj.i.t., i r rn r I i t tii ITnfi
frame Imrn nri.t outlinilillni,''. 'i'li 'tf in nlio nn '.lis
pn.'iiiljn n ifooil uppli) orch.ir l. I.atjllii I'.t.it': of Ja
roh lliilillu ikl'd.
Halu to ruttiiit'-nt-i nt HI o'rlork In tin rofMoou wIijm;
ft-rins of fain "III I"' inaMf knou u liy
jti'Kso.v mum,):, ,.,..... ,.
VVII.I.IAM Mclllltlli:, I'ettt".'
April Ii". 18C:i,-u
11 EG 1ST EK'S N OT IC BS
JVOTIl'Kli hi'rpliy fim to all IryitiPM, rr.'t'lturv
1 mill olli-r prrtouii iiitoru-l :l in llu i'.iii' ,,f ih,C
frtpi-rllVi' ilftKili'iit nml minors, Hut thu lolliiHiiiK
niluilnittiatiou anil itiiiirillau iiir.ounla hnvi- hj (lli,
In the ullice ot the I(t.g.t..r of CmIiiiiiIiIii rouiity, and'
u 111 h. priiseutfj for coiillriuatloii nnil nlhm tim r tu ttin
Orplntiu' tnurt, to bj litlil nt i.liioui.lnirK, in tin-1 m it
ty Ht'or.'nahl, on WYilii.mluy, t Ii , l.tli . ny i, .Mu,
nt 'J-u clvrk-iii Hi i iillirnooaiif nil i il.i) i
I. final account ol George llollniihack,'
nilmiiiivtrator il h, uuu of d'ort' llnlk'iili uk, t'i i',1
U Account of lmiiali S. .Meiiek, ;iliiiii4--
lutr.itorof. I.i.m-Apphiiiiiii, late of Hcott tun nilii ,
U. Account of Jmso llick, admiuis-ra-'
tor, nltli tin- ill- ii'Mii..v:il, of JiMipli .Millunl, Intu f
t'l-ntrc ii)Miiliip, ilriiautl,
1. Final account of Peter Sehtig, nil.
iiiliiiKtrator "f Sii-.mi' HcInik, I. a.' of rirutt tuniiFhlp,
fl. Account of Ssimuel Adams, admin-
iitr.itnr of Hi-tin.it III.: Krislilr, Ian- ol l.oiu.t ton.
II. Final account of Jolni'C 'Myers, ml-
inlnii.triitor "f Hi nt) i)i:r, l.,ti' ot lltwrltii ruck Kin n.
7. Final account of Samuel Mcntleii--
hall, giiarili.iu of thb' o-mmi aii'l itate 1 1 lohu'll.io
8. Account of Samuel Mendeiihall, ad--
iniiii'trator of Thotu i. 1 1 .1 r r i r . l.ito of IIIihmii tnirn
lnpt ilcc IMeil.
II. Accnuiit of Tiliiion liilteiilioue nml
lli-iili'ii Mank, niliiiliiiitriitiir of ri.iliuii.Tfi .Hnni'ik, l.n.j
of ll'attr tun n.lilp, iti-,- n,....
In. Filial aeciiunt of Jo-oph Mr.telier,
a linliiUlr.it'ir of llmirj I) .Hill r, li.U- or .Milllin tunif
.hip, ilti 1 imi'iI.
11. Final account of Charlc, F. and'
UniMinrl Hill, ii'liiiiiiiKlr.itoH ol J.iioh Hill, lulu 1 f.
Ci-nlri- ton 11. hip, il. c. iino.l.
Aeeount of S imiiel Holler, execu-
tor nf I'lirintiipli r Hill r, Ml 1 ol Jlliain touiirliip,
K). Account of Peter S Hel nig and
John I'. lVjiti-r, inrutorn ol Jacob II. Ini. Intu o 1.0.
curl towu-liip, iUira,:U,
11. Final itee nut of (ieorgc Miller,.
niTUlnrol" Ikiir;. .Mlllc-r, l.iti of M1IH111 toniifhip. 4t-cl-ii-,I.
1") Final aceotinl o Caleb H.-irtoii and
lli'lll.ih III if-, Lit- I) . Huh l.r.-v. liiu i..iiiii. ,,r
(.lurit) Lni.liiii:, Mu ! 1 lo' 111 tow nrhtp, 1.1 1( hm 1..
10. rU'Couiit ol Jo einiiih F. Price. .11.1I
D.iiiil ll.iiili.il l.inluiiiii.tr.iti.ri. if I lij.ih I'riii', I.iIp of
I.. I'll.t toil llrluu.ll. 1 119 -ll,
17. Account ol Kuil'cii II 1 1 11111 11. itd-
tuitii-lr.tiir of Jiiiib '. i.loit, l.a, c ,M,i.ci iuui.
snip, uVc miI.
Ifi.'-Aeeoiini of Philip Miller, a Iv.iuis-
t r H.ir of ..iiuh Hlmiiun, I.U.-,.l l.,inc ton o,hii. ilu.
K). Account nf Simon !. Sliivc, ndmiii-
ii. lr.ifor if 1..-UU.I i,iiv.., lit 1, fill.,,, in ii,Hiihip,
r ii-i'il. 1 '
. Account of William IVacick, ad-
iui.ii.tr.it.ir 1,1 Cli.irl.-f IV tfli mi I.it..f Smtituuii
lnp, iltc -aoil,
l Account of KeuluMi Fahiii.g.ii' anil
Jiiii.k r, ii-rm-iii. it luitui. ti.it, ,r- of t;.-, tgf i'it rm 111,
l.itc or l.oiii't lonn-lnp, lift iiM..,,
. Aeeount nt L.tiihS M. lick, exei -
utor of (ii-orsi. rl-Kii, t.il of fn 11 tonn-hip .1.- ir,.i,
-i.l. Aieotitil nt. t'hnrlfh ii.-.i tmtui ami
!! IILI'll l Ot ir of t'lltll-.ioi. Il.llllllllll, lt,. of"
l.'alt.vni.-ll toMimliip, i!i t, iih.-.i.
i Aeeount of (linijr- II.11 tinaii mid
John hiiuiiiii. ilinlni.lr.il,ir - f Mnrv Il.11t111.111, h't.
of l'ut.ini.u tonu.lnp. oi u ,ir".u
'.'". Aee.iunt ui L-iinanl Adam, ad
1nin1.tr.1lor ol l.iulnis (1 i,-. uh 1111 r, l..t , I l.orn 1
ton 11. In,., ihxono.l.
S-'tl. Tho font ill aecniiil of Pcirr Em.
rutors if M.iiili n urli,im II. 1 r '
1) Ei ATMS,
In rush towmhin. No.'thiiinlif.l.i !
en . .
1.' .. .1. 1 - '
runny mu III, 1,1st, .Jr UHAItl.KS U I'.A -
HAUT, in the bOth year of his age.
At litis place on the Ud of April, Jo-SEi-n
Niian.so.N, aged 74 yoir.
At thisiplirso oh (he llth in.-t, Ann
Euz.uiktii, daughter of Goorau Guiun..
1 ... 1 . . . . "
.agon years, iu rY.oiHhs, 17 davs.
011.. ol til-
.volt ton imhlp. ,, ci-.ia il
"J7. Aeeoutil of Gcnrgo K-Her, -idui'
of Jntoli K-llir, liiH'of I'isIii ipi r-k ton 11 hip, ,1 r.
I'X.NIKI. I.IJi:, l(,-M.i, ,
April II, lrt,:t. 1
In Wonstor Wn vno co, 0 mi I lie
- w .111, ihii
J-s ( ef December lSr.'J. M.vttv. aged .1) yrs and
aryjon Feb, 31 166: Sauaii E. ug-d years,
om. children of lijnjamin and Sarah A. Win
ter-teen formerly of this county,
"white man s Magna Charta.'1 hail been
Legislature Rorct'S. , suspended, and hence, such cases did not
The lollowing act was introduced int0 ' c01110 t'o jurisdiction of the civil
the Legislature : , Courts; or, iu other words; tho military
Ah Act toruiihh Proesvanal Legish. ' PWcr Was suP2rior f0 tbo civil I,:nv
live Borers. Sec. I . H.. it , mark the difference and sec lo what
That the provisions of tho firat section of , t'normoua strcaches of power the Abolition ."ckalcwsct this up, aud thoy carried it
(AnnM tn MlltliM-In lf,A ....... .i C C. . ' . ... . . . lirnnrrll rl1l,ia n.inlt.,nn h..i .1...
......,v.,iiiii,uui ,nu iuicai oi proios- vngrants win resort when their own car- " jjMunumuu ia ut anun-u to
I In adition to this, the miaoMty feave
dragged into thoir report the testimony of
a member of this Hou.-c, who says that he
met n man in Philadelphia, by the natno
of Goodwin, and that in 'conversation
with him, Mr. Goodwin said, that Mr.
A GOOD TEAMSTEJl. Will pay Sin
pill M, IsC.1.- Hiv SI CO.
i- Ii. 9Ami:on.
lime, nicei wiitt appuruui hucuuts , om ouuiu auu me 1.001111011 irauors 01 tuc i ,..,; . ,,..,1 u., 1 t . 0 ,..1. uu nn- , 7 w
unless all history is a lie a people who owe 1 North ; but thoy want the war, if it must ; pi!,aJ j r.fi'"rs' thc c,tyf , cases aro in danger. Old Tod, when in bsvc liatl l,nJ complicity with Charles It.
their nationality to a revolution tought in go on and bring yet greater desolatio.i ba and aamo"are ,icrcb cstonjed the clutches of the Sheriff, aud on tho way
vindication of tho natural mH "inalienable j c,pon the country, conducted on, proper
rights ot man, win not, auer tofDg'cxrcer , .pniretp los, ana in tuc .pint ot Mr. t,r.t- about tbo j , , r -
of propenty and power, basely yield their . 'tcnuon s Tcrsohftian. Knanimously passed I 0 '
blood-bought heritago tbo source of all by Congress in tfnly, 1801, immediirtclv
after the first disastrous defeat of our
'their blessings under Providence with
out a struggle that will annihilate their
oppressors and amaze tho civilized world.
I am no apologist for the unnatural re
bcl)ion which now exists iu our country,
much loss do I feel inclined to justify the
secession of the Southern States. On the
contrary, my conviction all along has becu
that tbey committed a grievous wrong,
iot only totho wholo country and to them
selves, but also to the Democratic party of
the North, who had always stood by them
"in every emergency and earnestly advo
cated their rights under tho Constitution.
They might have remaiucd 111 tho Union,
and sought a redress of grievances in a
constitutional way. By tho act of seces
sion and tho withdrawal of their delega
tions, they left Congress in the hands of
tha Abolition faction, and at lull liberty
to say nd do as thoy ploascd. Whereas,
'if they had remained in tho Union, and
their delegation" kept their scats in Con
grcts, tho Democracy would have been in
'the afoondant in both branches of Nation
al Legislature, and Mr. Lincoln would
fciive wioldod a barren eccptro and been
powarless for evil during his entire term.
It now remains forme to say something
jo rcfuronco to thu duly of tho Demooral-
I authorize the arroat of professional borers lo ",l3 1 enitontiary- which offense by tho
btatuto of 18:55, of Ohio, (against kidnap-
ping,) would havo given him from three ti man 13 not correct contradicts him
ADMINISTRATOR S -N'O'JI E.
Jislnie of Latlwig Young, dreensrd.
r KTTIJRS ef Ailiiiini.triitiun on tho KMaU of l.inl.
, "'S oiiiib inn-01 .n.niiiiuu tup L'olnniliU rn ili-u'.l.
havo 1,1-rn trantod hy'tlit nt , ,,f C'l, ,.4 j
i,..,. , j, . , , " "" i"im in iieiniorK tnwii i 11. ami
Uuckalew 111 any BibRpO Or fonil, and lie 1 Ahrahain Vouni; u'hn rui.l.n iu ,M Maili.un 1 ton 11.
r.n,n. i,r, ii.;. .......:.... ..J Af ?.,,.""n.!i1?.,r!.nV .rl?,.," '"'''"' -tat.
ww...bw mu k-uiuujiiiL'u, auu uwr.irs ., ,..in.ai 1 (i-.jiic.iijii 10 pri-m'nt th,-iu fur nut
tl.nl I,A J...'!:. ........ l .1 .,1 ... , . ' Ml,SV IIII1IUIIU
iuui, uu iltiiiiiuuj giveu oy mat geilUC- "ninri uctay
to luiiko piiymiiit
my nt Hull Itun. That resolution is in
the followirg words
'Kcsolved.'by the Ilouso of Pioprcscnt
atives-of tho Congress of tho United States
Jl meritel Compliment. John A.
S.M'Uf,n, Esq., Assisteot Secretary of the
II. of 11. at Harrisburg again received the
unanimous vote ol thanks by 'tho Members
That in this national cmorcency, Concrcs. t far lm fidulity and gentlemanly deport
banishing all Icnltngs ot nicre passion or
resentment, will rcccollcct only its duty
to the .wholo country? that this war.is not
waged, upon our part, in any spirit of op
pression, nor for any purposo of conquest
or subjugation nor for the purpose of over-1
throwing or interfering with the rights or
established institutions of those States,
but to defend and maintain the supremacy
of tho Constitution, and to preserve tho
Union, with all the dignity, equality, and
rights of tho sovcral States unimpaired;
aud that as soon as tho objects aro accom
plished tho war ought lo coase,"
1 ho leaders ol tho licpublican party
proclaim their determination to make this
a war of extermination, Not only so, but
recent occurrences would seem to indioato
that it is a war to bo waged after tho man
ner of the Goths and Vandals, iu their
invasion of Italy. Tho New York 7rt6Kie
Rftrrcsnniidont. writinf from Florida, anvt:
' "YestorJay, tljo beautiful little coMage ""h ,L liwovtcs, whoso tortu has ex
ustd as tho Catbojiq parsouagc, together pired.
seven years, at hard labor, in the Peni
'tentiary availed himself of 'tho benefit
of this samo writ ot habeas corpus, and en
tered bail in 3,000 for appearance and
trial at Iho Juno Term of 'the United
States Court. In dthcr causes, whero this
writ was vesortcd to, tho prisoner iuvari
overy material statement, and says that
ho had nothing in tho woild todo with it.
11c says that he had no 'conversation with
Mr. Uoycr, whom he never knew at all
that ho hail no conversation ' with Mr.
Huckalcw on that subject, pro or con,
Yet upon that kind of testimony the con
jVprUi.'i, hnn... cisj no
All KAIIAM YUIJNB.
mont during the laic Session of tho Lcgis
laturc. This act of conrtcsy on part of
the Houeo has grown into custom. Mr, ably had an immediate- trial, Why then c'usi"s o 'be minority report aro arrived
bMULft. is abont the mosl .perfect sample
of a gentleman, wo meet at Seat of gov-eminent.
JCtS It is said that a single firm in tho
city of New York has a Government con
tract for 500,000 handcuffs, of Iho nioit
approved pattern perfect beauties to
the delay iu tho trial of this old renegado
abolition functionary ? We will tell you
Tho abolition disloyal Legislature of
Ohio, was then in session at Columbus,
and tho cxtendei time for trial, was pur
poscly fixed in order that thoy might
havo timo to repeal the law. This law
at. 1 wish it to. bo printed with the ro
port of the majority and with tho testi
mony. I want tho people ol Pennsylva
nia to judgo from tho whole case who
have boon and who arc tho guilty parties
in this transaction.
' facilitato tho execution of tho Consoription against kidnapping and for tho safety of
law. white men, which had adorned tho Stat
ute Book of Ohio, for twenty-eight years,
was at onco UNCONDITIONALLY IU2
PEALED, by as supplo and wiling tools
of tho Lincoln Despotism, as ever broath
cd the broath of life in Turkey, Austria or
Itussia I God savo our bolovcd country
from tho .teigu of despotic power.
a6y- Charles P.. Cohurn, of Bradford
county, him been appointed by tho Gov
ernor to hold the position of Slatd' Super
intendent of Cmmon Schools vico Tho-
S5" Remembering the Piinttr, Our
friend, Joskpii Lillky, Esq., of Scott
township, in this county, on last Monday,
prcbontcd us with n fino quarter of fat
VEAti. This was, indeed, an acceptable
present to a poor printer, for which ho
has the thanks of his family, and all
hands, including tho "Dovil." Mr. Lil
ley is a thrifty farmer, and lives at home.
May his shadow uevcr decrease.
CATTAW1SA ltail-ltoad COMPANY
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rriyiugai William, port at
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New Millinery Gooiis.
, 'Tho Nndi-inli.ni.it rcp.'cfullr nunoumu to tho rltlZl-lla
.7.". ''"'"'".'"iri,' ami vlrinfly that ,ha i,,,
t-vurtu iwm uioeuHtorn cllics licr
SPRINP JINt) SUMMER
Ji'n01'11 1,e '".r'oi'arcil tomako anj H-ll
at a verr rciiiouali oiv i n 1
mcnt or eood, ara a link ,rii..rior In nolo , r
uurauiiity aa wc-ll 11 tnltofi i-,a. ,ln ,,v .or Z1Z.
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V 'lite iihrriliy elvin Hint no foVonlnir pi.r,gn in '
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