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THIDAir- ,‘41)()T. 12. 1866.
- VIOTTENGILI. & CO.,
IVO. 37 Park 'Row,:Netv York; and 6
11 Btate St.flostott, are our.l.Agents for the Mann
thew) elites, end are autheritedqd take Advertise.
oats and Bubeariptlons for us at our lowest rates.
Gen. JOHN W. GEARY,
OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
John W. Geary the Governor
• - . .
A Large Union Majority on Joint
Ballot in the Legislature.
Secures a United States Senator in
place of Cowan, the Renegade.
(lain of Twe Republican Congress
The Constitutiohal Amendments
Endorsed by the People
18,000 DiajorifY for Geary
We give herewith a table from the
Preq, of yesterday, which gives n majority
of 16,634, -We are confident that the ota
cial_returne will increase this to 18,004,
Cra w ford.—
Warren ' • 1100
.IWyotning_ ° - •
f_We mean what wo say when we speak of
tho - result of the election hyttlis county as ,a
True the majoritycagainst'
us is, about 626; but when woccOrme to ana
lyielicis result and the onuses which produced'
it, we think'rit will appear to,..the
confprehOnsiori that the nett' reseleatim
campaign hi ilunhorland county is a dead
copperhead - failure. Let its look at the fig-
'The Lincoln—bfedlellan : vote' of
18t4, is the only ono with which the vote of
this year can lie :fairly contra/hod, for in
both •these elections,
,the entire vote of filo
county Was:brought out. Compare then,
—the majorities of Tuesday lest, ana - that of
1864, (which was 770) and we haven UNION
Gaut 01t240. dad thi's'pifivhat is probahly
the largest vote ever: east. in thidcotinty.
When' we look at the triellllB and nppliiin:
cos which' wore otunloYed to liCie r ure this mea
-gro-connetitgad-mafority, we are ,more 'than
_ _ever convinced. that. on. ivfair, and full 'poll
• of the yadtlified electors. of this county, we
nrc in of elear•niajo;d(y. • ,TakC, for instance,
South litliadlctOit township, whore ,(]Amer
Aor.'s manipulations resulted in the unpre
isedented coppeiheadmajority 0f,122 against
1)0, in lgpf.,, ,In. 18g4 tliu,totai vote Nits 608,
While now it, is : 608,, - NOW, the York _ Springs ,
-=' district -in, Adams county , innnediately: a at
joins South Middleton and the forme!. dis,
trice ./ttars jtpt_.the.,pu*er of Copperheket;
- iater that' Seuth .Middieten gain& - The in -
ferenco.Aday br ,
'the ERA: ,stard of Our'tOwnAhli Same game
was played o
York county lent, something over 60 of her
voters last Tuesday. The -Poor Howie, Jail,
and Garrisori wore all emptied to swell the
Olymer'voto,-While unnaturalized foreigner's
'IMO freely - fated, and the grand result is a,
loss: to the Cops of 218. Republicans, we
have every reason to rejoice. Ono -- Moro.
such Democratic. victory" inthis 'county
and tho copperliewl, majority is wiped out.
Our State has covered herself all-over with_
glory. Oeary istriumphantly; cloaca; ;w°
have gained two and
.probably three _Con
gresiinen,' and copperheadisin Is dead for
11 rowith -_ rya append the majorities of
1864 and 1866. -.-
• _ BicOlo Olymor: flearY.
E. WardrOdrlisle, 440 175,
L. • Fran k ford,
Silver Spring, •
M iddlesex - ,
John W. bleary,
Assainte Judges, ,
Hugh Stuart, 352 261 155 374 123 83 1351
'rheum's P. 115th, 343 243 154 360 115' 84-1909
James Kelso, 162 319 58 228 77 53 Ka
George W. Criswell, 164 322 69 228 73 51 897
A. J. Glossbrenner;
It. 21. Henderson,
John Lee, -
J. I'. f riudlo, 348 246 154 363 113 .85 1209
John IL Zinn, 104 822 58 235 80 51 910
Clerk of the Courts,
Samuel Ilixler, 348 245 159 362 113 85 1312
G. W. neyoolds, 164 217 58 236 80 .51 910
Samuel B.• King,
Direetor'of the Poor,
John Paul, 346 244 155 302 113 85 1305
Owen Jumee, - 165 327 58 236 81 61 918
A o uditor,
J. W. Eby,
Thegraa colatest ( betweon the people
of Ponasylvanla, 9hiondiaha and lowa,
and "My I'olicy," has be '-- 1 - . - Lfought, and
a righteous victory won. The people__
have by a majority of siktoen thousand
in Pennsylvania, of fifty thousand.in_Ohie
of fifteen Oousand in Indiana, and of
thirty thousand. in - lowa, rebuked that
chiefest'enetny of our republic, ANDREW .
They have told this now fledged tra
:tor, this Modern apologist for treason and
disloyalty, this great.corruptor.of public
morals, that it is beyond hit power to de
bauch them, to rob them of their sacred
privileges, or,to tuake_treason honorable
Cumberland COunty has done her 'par
utdy. I)cuite the fact that two hundred
raniditlent votes were cast in . the Carlisle
District mid Middlesex township. Deci
pits the fact that the Jail and Poor House
Yes .ertrptiod - - npon .ID3 to furnish voters
for the Dettmeratio_party.--DO;pite-the
importations from York deunty, and the
- fraudulent votini, of the soldiers at the
U:S Garrison, at` id of the numerous de:
sorters, we havo gained. pearly two..hnn
tired and fifty on the Democratic majori
ty of 18(4. The Democratic majority
will be about five hundred and. twenty
Let the good men of Cumbeifand coda-
Ay_worlf bebatter iirepaied
for the frauds of Democracy next, time.
will be fully exposed !..v . i.ITTILott election,.
the masses will -be better intbrzklea, and
results 'will have vindicated the policy : of
the: Reiublicain parti. With• Truth,
Jukice, freedom_ and Loyalty_iimaribed_
on our banners, we cannot fail to rodecuu
Outuberland county. • -
The - VirUythe Copperheads Carried
• Cumberland County.
MEANS TO AN END.
Tip Bounty Lie.
Importions from :York and Adtuns Coun
ties to,Bouth Middleton: . • '
Emigrants from -Philadelphia—kb - 401:s
of Pea-nurstiinds. — '
Liberated prisoners from our, County
, . .
.:Extza. nssestinent in Carlisle• 'Borough,
concealed and lila for nit spoeial.parpose."_.
Win. Wallace's advice on ,the Ilesorter
Law: , •
Andy Johnson's patronago . i. d, the ofi4es
.belonging to the people. . •
Lookers after office. ..„. -
Unnaturalized residents. •
The comfort of the Commissioners' office.
Troops at Carlisle ;Barracks; 'nearly all
The gge'r I" The Nigger'
iNe commend our readers 'to_n_careful.
study . of. , this week's . Vollinker. Ono short
week, seems toy have inotsmorphosed that,
erstwhile thanderer. into sort of
mild inanneleii generel; intelligeneer, dom . -
tingled coldums toresssys i ;opon the ; . culture
, beeardinea, stories for:little children, geogrn
,phical explorations; . faShions'forleilieS, boo
tarpir*, etc.;.' with little 9r ' ni.Oin'i s nll'4
Whecs.th4rnattorr.litessioin-s - ,Edi-,
tors ?: Did you kapen to be out during the
Severe Storm ballots on •Tuesday lust, find
if io ' , Wero '*-YOu 'hiirt 'any f • 'Where's the
igaizasio'nwith its sooty pictures ? Wo 'can't
weep- With'JoU,'. 'for Mie:ltiYat
brethraii - nll over` the' land iiiiTiihouting44
joy and glfidn;isii, •yoli
44 , 23
44 , 42-
1219 . 449 1169 632
449 - 632
341 242 164 369 114. 31 1297
168 320 59 237 79 62 921
344 242 154 362 113 85 1208
166.321 59 236 80 50 013
322 224 151 352 110 82 2241
190 346 92 244 102 54 908
346 244 155 962.113 85 1305
167 324 58 237 . 80' 51 917
346 243 155 3111 214 56'1307
167'326 58 235 79 50 015
341, 230 154 363 118 ..84_1207
168 330 59 230 80 51 024
their eight, and that they appreciate
apomacyand treachery and understand
~V:i: ~~~ .:1 ;
We , Invq)
.again achieved a gloriens''vid
tory not Only 'in our own but also in 3h-rem
of our eistor States. auTat, jusTiPn;
FREEDOM and LOYALTY 'hal Akftd another
triumph OV ' Or, FAL.42LmOn; IArIiONG,.
V.EitY and. TREASON . . We havo again demon- .
st:ratod that Tun•Pnomp appre;eiato and will
prescro'our free ilistitutieni Mid that. as a
nation. we have preserved our integrity des
pite the tteaeluiry of a corrupt Pres:ldopt and
the threats of • - Copperhead mordenaries and.
IS receiminendud that in consoqueneo
- this grand triumph that the - Republicans of
Ciimborland.will celebrate-it by appropriate
domonstrationeirievery town'iind township
in county. Lot Cumberland ring with
cheers and blaze with bon-fires over this'
By ordor of, Ropublican Standing Corn
Our Republican friends had a meeting
la 4 night in Rheem'anell. congrattilatory
speeches were. rnade.by Messrs J 7 M. -17,./Enic
-LEY and JAS. R. SMITH, Esqrs., aid Girl . .
L. TODD. A committee of
.whicl Jos. W.
OGILBY is chairman, was appoints W make
iarrangements fora grand,klorificati\oVOr
t,hlF;i43lotliibufg - victory or Tiidsaay last.
The conimitteo concluded to have a bon
fire, torch light procession - and illumination
on Tueiday noxt. Our Republican
friends aro requested'to illummato - them res
' idences on that occasion, and_ our friends
throughout the county aro requested to par
ticipin that celebration. bet tharcfba a
turn out, so that cOpporlicadistu may be
buried forever, .and `lot our town be all a-
blaze with torches and bon-lire, that all may
see how jolly we can be over the funeral
FAITHFUL AND . FAITHLESS
The mighty struggles over slirvery and
disunion found two men possessed of com
manding talent, and brought them to the
surface - in - Pennsylvania Tho one,
G*1111 : 6-, was a Democrat, but clung
to the free principles of the old common
wealth, and was thoroughly imbued. with
her staunch devotion to OM Union.' The
other, Mester Clymer, was e. Whig, but at
heart naturally an' aristocrat, and therefore
opposed to diliunotpution, in frivor of the
reign - of the oligarchy, and - its .oympathy
with treason at every turn.'We now behold
them the rival candidates' for: Governor,
Geitry of the Republican party, and Clymer
of the Democratic pility--the former with an
'illustrious record of heroism- in - the - Mexican
_war_and-in-Shorman's immortal campaigns
in the South, tiQ well as for his services to,
the witise of freedoin in California and Kan
sip; tlie - daitier_ with record-- breilt h ing-no=
sympathylor - the Union cause in all its ar
duous struggles with slavery rind robe - Rion,
and_representing-the ruinpmf-lthat was 'Mice
the Democratic party, mdv managed and led
by ly - hig . aristoorats and renegades.: Hero
we hnvo the parallel—the faithful on the
one hand and the faithless on the other.
Two paths are now•open to the popular
choice. One offered them by a Presiden
tial autocrat who assumes to himself all the
powers of legislation, and denies the author
ity and the regularity of Conirki':. ' This
path he himself confesses lends to that
worst form of anarchy, the organization of
a dual CongresS, with the martial' power in
'yoked by the Executive to suprort the one
and crush the other. In, plain terms; this
path leadd to'renewed civil war, since no one_
can imagine that the tt itimphant loyal States
will contentedly allow such, a usurpation as
this,-or suffer themselves to' be deprived, of
their lawful' legislative rights. The other
path has peace fur its pad and .. aim It
leads to the definite adjustment of all our
sectional' differences, on a safe, liberal and
constitutional basis; the establishment of
strong safeguards - for, civil liberty and per
sonar rights, .and.the'blessingsOf impartial
,representation, national:citizenship, - equal
rights pod thorough. legal'proteetion for. all
. the people of the lend; This road (lair lead
to no war, because the only antagonist like
ly,to be encountered in it was conquered in
the Into war, and Congress, in pursuing
this path now, is but following out le
gitimate consequence'spf that struggle. To
those who .want, no more: - wB.l, or strife vte
- say that the - Tani oTferod'tiy Congress is the
'curly one for them to choose. The other
leads t 0 6ettitin war..
Photographs of JUDGE Muni - URN, wav
ing Andy. Johnson's flag from the top of the,
Court Ilthiso, will be for,salo at the CoM
-missiopers'oilleo ':as topn - ua it - is ddliriit - abi
ascertained that- Ileister `Clymer has tho
-28,000 majority- which' tho liforesaid Judge
thoriaed tO , itato f e htit the pictiirO wilt 'qp 7
peal: in heat week'S Caucas6n.
A friend informs us that the Com
missioners' Otllea • will be closed for repairs
Until further orders : the proprietors re
quire a season. of rest after the arduous: and
;ovine labors on Titeedity last: lieveo of the•
pleasanC. genie of ellequers,nill learn with
ElttdAess-that for tho preSent the. board"fs laid
ictvny'and the chequers
!‘ On next, Monday • morning when the
glorious news of the election, : of:Mester
Olvmer.shall 'have been known, I will'wavo
ill& American lag from Aim top of your
Court Houso."-:-Judgo 111Sydaqn'espeoch at,
Ctkrlido Oct. 6. ;
. We are roquested•to announce that Swing
to,the inclemency. of the weather and the
uneicpected ot , Judge Iletiburirto - go up -
Salt River, heWill•postiinne the waving in the
tig,iintil copperheads and. rattlesnakes shall.
fFrora the FrailaallettopoolloVn)
Now- That; it is . qui.;
A friend, who one. of the most ardent
of politicians, insists,upon that:the-Amor.
.scan people devote 'themselves too much to
,politics.; and that the frequency of our el
ections is disadvantageous, ; goriaral
scionci l _ art and all,callings oven, to tile
"hlimbles Awe...discouraged 'by .thu absorption,.
student and E lbe artist, ho alleges, are ulluted
'from their lieqre studios; hyo'tlM renown
nibrieasilY,'ivcm...'on the . ftUstings 'And' tile
'odftoi:ial - cln4„; niffi.ilnd,the',Mmplations of
Official omoluinont promise un Cheieiioad to
" it . f '
lban..tbe_ orious.pursu o or rn..,
ary ' business, ; With r great
. ..4ravity and .
earticstnesi,lT 1,18491.41 tlst , Hlitics conduce
• • •
W. I. SADLER,
attainments—giving be up to light readizig
and...light thinking, and diverting our minds
from' weightier contemplations. -Then he
has'a'whirlwind. of ,denunciations to launch
Upon the'COrruptiOns, tge falsehoods, the ab
usiveness, the follies, the claptrap; pyrotech
nics,- the.bon-fires, the humbuggery in
'general, that he says characteriZo. election-
coring.. campaigns. So Chat,. wo sometinia
,_feel aslif:ho would retire to.his-coUntei, -
kayo the ballot - box' to tho carp of, the boys
.wlfewant - the offices.'-
ailcve is much truth; bpt more error
of the people, the people, rpust beiliforested
iri the choiCC of rul4s; the• devolopoment of
correct principles and : their maintenance;
and this - interest begets zeal, controversy,
offoris to inforM find persuade, and naturally,
all the appliances and machinery that wo are '
so s qaMiliar -within seasons of electioneering.
Tho masses bee me educatrited in the great
.duty.of managing_their...gov.arnmetit,; grow-.
farriiliarized with the institution.s. Of the
country and the details of their administra
tion, lbarn the character and ability of their
statesmen, and fit flioniselves for the dig
cliarge of functiOns which they themselves
aro so often called upon to 'assume. Thwt.
rif - any • bright minds ire diverted from the
pursuit of `the purer 'and more distinctive
paths of literature, science avid art, may be
true;'but the history of our own nation,
and eminently that of Great Britain,. ha - pily
supplies us with illustrious instances of states.,
men who ranked ashigh in the republic of
letters, as in the arts of diplomacy and the
arena of the mere politician.
The excitement of political Canvassing
gives a direction "to the enthusiasm of our
people, that otherwise• might burst out : in
reprohensible:indulg,ences and pastime,
we find, in fact, our population less given to
wild'and- - hrutal sports, than' any other popu
lation in the -world. Theohloctionable - featE;
ures in our Canvassing' will pass away with
tho increasing enlightenment of the masses;
and we reasonably hope for the day, when
bplloonory, falSdhood and villainy will find
ILO favor, but will give., place to argument,
honest attenipts_at,conviction, and conscien
tious appeals to the sense of right dwelling
in the bosom of all•men.. That this is not
the case nOce a days, is owing to the nefarious
tactics of our adversaries, whose record is so
shameful abed guilty, that they - aro driven to
Misrepresentation, shuffling, false pretences
and Miserable appeals to prejudices and pas
sions, to divert the public mind from their
faithfulness, and to steal into power in dis
guisC Where they to come forth'unveiled,
their follow citizen's would start indignant
and Lout thomjnto obscurity., - -
One of the surest means, of elevating the
eh:tractor of our elections, is to bring the
sober-minded; intelligent and molt interest
ed.of our cocain uni into,the opohlpg.Mov.e
mentS of the campaigninto the primary
meetin6rs, into tho conventions. To suo to
it that the men whom we select for bur can
didates and representatives arc worthy, and
- honest, and honorahlo7—.that no mere Alice
seekdrs or pftsioners 'On the public purse
.shall-mon - Opolizetho public liaatronage, but
aat,ptouliar fitness in men shall command
_therm to the choice of- their-neighbOrs,--- 1 1tis
• gratt to find that there is_ a greWing
tendency to this course among us ; - and it IS
with high pride that we can point to the
many excellent gentlemen, whose names
were presented by our party fOr the suffrage
of the County and district. It should ho,o,pr„
inviolable rule that no improper person shall
be placed upon our ticket. And while-we
have reason to be proud ofthe morlWe nom,.
inatcd in this canvass, and the principles we
advocated, it is with:no less pride that -we
contemplate the honorable mannorin which
we conducted the contest. We met the is
sues involved boldly and frankly and faith
WO presented the truth openly, and
urged its accePtanco decently. We did not
descend into the Slotiglis of calumny and
scandalize'Oar opponents in remote districts,
when we felt safe in their absence. We did
not silo - dilate' the jealeusies, and envies, and
unbecoming prejudices; andttwa ken I he an
imosities that aro fopial slumbering •in too
many hearts., Wo did not go forth with an
arniamentary of falsehoods to blind and be
wilder the voter, and mislead him into
wrong t -nor withla cornucopia-of - offices to
tempt the avaricious, and with the promises
of petty appointments to purchase the man
hood and conscience of electors whom we
meant to cheat. Nay, wo did not go With
the wicked suggestions that it would in other
Ways bo to the. interest of mon to. barn:
themselves and their . party, and with:money
.and produce offer to buy_ needy, men as
would buy flesh in the open shambles.
We went before the people with the prin.-
theS; liid often times endorsed—with
the cause they had,given so rni;el blood and
treasure to sustain ;: with banners bOaring
ultantly by their own kullanL .suns and
brothers. We asked them to be faithful to
themselves ; wo asked
-them to.IM fUithful to
td;iTien who had bean faithful, W i thin and
been faithful to their Country ; and again to
set their seal of Condemnation upon the Part y.
Which had_been_fitithless-to -the-people and
false to the Country.
Copperheads and Deserti3rs
Although the election is over and tlmeop
perlicad and Deserter party litter_ally routed,
we give -the following to show What are. ,
ments and a . ppeala were used by-our oppon
ents to carry thii .
The Chairniah of the Democnatic State Com
-enittec Opp'oly ildeocates a v'iTon-of the
Election Laws. - •
Tho followine: circular speaks4br
DEMOCRATIC: STATE CoMMITTEIC ROOMS,
1324 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
S'eptember 12, 18d6.
bJ. B. Sansom Chairman of County COM- ,
mmittee of Indiana. County;
DEAL SIR; The subject' of the.dasertolir
lists requires prompt and thorough attention.
Tho:lists are being :furnished by tho Adju
tant General to thasovorni clerks of Quar-'
and it will be attempted to re
ject' the-votes Of all those whose mune§ are
found npon thou,: -„-
The caso of Rubor vs. Reilly settled the
qUestion in this Stato;l:and unless amen has
been convicted of desertion andnfailure to re
turn to service or report to a provost marshal,
he is entitled to vote. Thi's is tho fixed opin
ion of the Supreme 'Court, and 'they stand
firmly -by it. ' ' •
. The onlY evidence of desertion is the record
of conviction.. The act of Assembly known
as-the - - Makinatighy law is totally void: es
rqgarils all other-eftsesoindlotire_taN.tn-:
.press it upon -you and our . Trietids, th'at the
law is with us in. this Matter, and that we
will •be sustained in receiving 'these votes in
every' cizae, AND WILLiDE jIISTIPIED
IN RESORTING TO ALMOST EVERY
MEANS - TO POLL THEM. I•
...None of the,ponalties imposed-by iitatlaw
eateceer be enforced; I liavotho very hiDh
est doolariiig-this tci you.
' made every effort tcilaring.the not
of :Aserthiibly directly:before :tho court, but
tirk.tOthistinto have not succeodod..-,I shall
not ink efforts 41 that and,,another,di,
reotlon:' ” • •
In -thei necessity for immodiate nation_l
have to giyh the &Doling, goneint
tions. 1 trust-you 1011 sce them attended.
le; and alsonse allrothriTrineans that : you and
'out friends down wiso in.the emergency:
I shall; within n.week, furnish. you with
complete - lietNofnit.thunlleged - daerters and
peiv.reportirt - drafted raenee far emjNivo
been able to get them, and as I obtain.others
will also furnish to you. One copy of this
list will,be furnished to yhu for each election
district. "Forewarned is'forenrined." Tho
law makes the certificate of tho- Clerk of
Quarter Sessions the evideneci.ofAleserthiii,
and: it is probable - that the enetny . Will get
certificates to use against our men, and lint
produce the evidence againet their oum.l--
With those lists you c an learn' which of their
men are alsO oh, and be provided ' with tho
woupoir against thbin, it' it bo nedessnry. .
7 'Tito., first_ thing. to .be dnnci is to' keep . our
election glib:era fully up to Use mark, and sus
tain them ih reeGiving votes. I advise ,tliat
a circular, signed ,by the District Attorney
'and the'Dembcratle,momhers of the bar, dis
tinctly pointing out their duty under th'e
law, and'. giying the. point decided in
Huber vs. Reilly, and assuring, thorn that
the Tenalties in - the not of Assembly CANNOT
AND SHALL Noy . ho enforced against,
,them, be.phiced in each of their hands. '
.:A. circular from your,self, accompanied:by
the list, should also go to the Vigilance Com
mittee, or the most roliablo Democrats in
each olectioir district, for private use 'by
I also 1081116 - furnish 0 .- every election:of
ficer a copy, or the , decision of the Supreme
Court. -Fcirward me their mimes and, post
Whore - We have the President Judge, the
District Attorney and reliable ',Tunes, the
ease is a very plain ono. The votes MUST
BE - POLLED, and you RUST THREAT
EN the Republican officers — and- FULFIL
YOUR THREATS. This' will dispose of
the,mattor-in the Democratic counties. In.
those counties •in 'which the Republicans
bare the 4„udge, Juries. and District Attor
ney, we must be specially active in sustaining
I and upholding our electiori.officera, and if wo
can succeed' in getting them right, the whole
' trouble is reduced to Republican districts in
their counties. Here the list again become.
useful, and- I advise that our ffiends change
the voter (if it can be done)INTO A DEM
OCRATIC DISTRICT OVER TEN
DAYS. BEFORE THE ELECTION, and
also provide_ themsolVes with certificates to
strike their men.iikreturn. we can carry
fhisuot willsnetitrztlizo their great glemo,
and whip. them wit-t their own weapons`_ . '
Please require our friends to„-keep .accu,
rite lists - Of all voters who may be rejected
on election day. - •
Courage, firmness and clear instructions
as to duty, and wo will easily win the fight.
Very respectfully yours,
WILLIASI A. WALLACE, Chairman.-
ROOMS UNION STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE,
1105 CHESTNUT ST., PIIrLA., Oct. 5.
The above circular of the Democratic
State Central Committee is commended to
the consideration of every good citizen. -
It ninkes manifest to all that 'that party ;
expects to get the votes of all those men who
deserted from tho army.
It counsels the violation of law . . 'The
State law prohibits deserters from voting,
and, the law of the State has not boon de
cided by the Supreme Court to be unconstl,
tutional, and at ery officer awn. Statoshould
obey the laws ofthe State. •
Our election law makes it a criminal of
fem) for any one to,move ii toQ district for
the purpcee o f voting, and this chairman
of the Demobtatie State Couunittee, William
A. Wallace, a Stinatov of Pennsylvania, ad
v that in all cases when necessary, the
deserter should change his residence ten dayS l
Ityl.re the election into sonic district where !
that party has the election. officers,. BO that
the desei•ter can vote.
The elitiirman of the Deniocratie Sttito
.nnnnittec counsels_tho eolonizqtioof voters,
ice it a criminal offenco
threaten the election ollicou
The Chairman of the Democratic State
ConimitteeTcoMmands its partisans to threat
en the election olllCers.
And in this-way teach Democivey and !(zio.
Vela: honest men to read and vote accord
ingly. F. J O . IMAN, Chairman.
Resignation of Ron. I. Arnold
t;3 ri AR P LETTER TO THE PRESI-
The Hon. Isaac. N. Arnold, - formerly
epresentative in Congress from the lot
Illinois district, which includes the city of
Chicago, and recently Auditor of The Trea
sury for the Post Office Department, has
tendered his resignation to the President in
the following sharp letter
WASIIINT7TON, Sept. 20, 1860.
,Sir: I hereby resign the otlicecof -Auditor
of the Treasury t'or the POstUrleV,Papart-,
Three 'days before his asses:Sint - Ilion, the
position was_tenderod to.-ma by--President
Lincoln, to facilitate the preparation of a
Mcord'of his 'Administration ands-the over=
throw of slavery in the Rep Alic, which
'thert_lutped ho would liimtd completely con
suminato. When 4 accepted the commission.
from you, which - death , provented him crop
issuing, I did it in the full faith, base' - n * l4h
your patriotic record during the rebellion,
- and-your -repeated declaratforis ,over th o dead
body of the martyr President, that your
policy, would Make treason " odious" and
that you would bo faithful-to thaloyal mon,
North and South, who have saved the-Re
public ; that you .would endeavor to' carry
out th73 - principles which will make Lincoln's
.Administration -- illustriods to all time. 'I
will do you the justice to say that I believe,
if, while yeti wore addressing the Illinois
delegation who waited on you and tendered
you the support they had: given their ,bwit
,groat statesman—if-at - that - moment, -- when
your heart seemed full of loyalty and fldoli
iy, and you told-uitt,-tliat--.ttlio- people -iniust
understand that treason is the blacitostbi all
crimes and will surely be punished," and
that.. when the question ofexercising mer
, cy. cemes . before rue 'it will,Jie considered
calmly, judicially, for we must -not forget
that What may be mercy te-thelifiliVidual is
cruelty to the State,;" if at that time, - your'
future course, could have' been held tip be-'
faro you and your apostacy could have fteran,
foretold, you would have indignantly ex
claimed: "Is thy. servant a deg, that ho
should do this' thing."'
. - You , have betyyed.the-groat Union patty
which elvted ihraliain Lincolic,:which, .as,
an incident o the election, :placed you in
the office of ice President. You' hiive de
sorted itaprinciples,miclaro to-day in open:,
cordial , communication -with.: those who
sought to -destroy thit'Repnblic ; of . those'
who, for ,four long' years, mado . War upon
.our ling, and,who crowned their - long . , Cate:
logue of (Tithes by the murder whichplaced
you, in the blxecutive chai'r, ' :;i, '
' You are to-day .persecuting :and denoun,
Ong the life-long friends orAbraham Liu
cel—thoso on :wbowhis great arm-leaned'
for support in;thetionr,of .suprume peril to.
the Union..: ,Youdre,donouricing--tind-porr--:
scouting those friends' of . Mr. Lineolniertio.
ollinice,but, Ildelity':to, the principles. and
party which you have: deserted., -, . :,:
Yon have °hennas your friendsandcoUn-,
Whirs from thOlately rebbillous,Stateii r not
the - po,pocuted,, abused, faithful,,, heroic
Union mop,, hat those whose 'hands are yet
Stahiod with :the : 4l9od :Of. leyal mon. ',ln
the loVabStates Toni supporters-and-coun.4
sollors tne,-- to. a great extent, with those.:
whose sympathica -.wore over. wi th rebel's and,
your,prosont, fuld With' guidt.
fise - ociatos it is luitural you should hato,tl.lopd,
• itosd,lldolity triustbl3 7 u-noustuUt. rop . yo4
to you, :You iiFo;pi•sgoll:lug,il4lliuoisuricl,
. , .
Mir. President, - the American people, in
their hour of bitterest aniuisli,,,ylien almost
stupliled with, grief over the murder of th
noblest,, grandest charactor which hite-adoxn
.ad our 'history, heard your voice uttering
bold, indignant, loyal, - petriotie Words, they
took you to their hearts and gave you' their
contldeneb. Wheie are you, to-day? Who
are your 'associates-and advisors? - What
promise made Over.the dead body of Lincoln
hav_o.yoiticep_t,?4.3Kile,y)Ydg(t . t'll9llttered
have you not broken ?4- - •
Sir, you. are '4lding immense powerand
patronage, but you,. not in anger, but
in deepest sorrow, thorn are few names dthor
than that of the /robe! chibf: as yet in ort
resa so 4,dions among loyal men and
eo popular among traitor's as that .ofia.n 7 .
'drew Johnson. With fldolity you would
to-ditty have boon the flr9t of American
statesman; with fidelity on your part thorn I
would to-day have boon harmony in all do
_the. government,.and .penco
'and security throughout the Republic ; with
fidelity it was yours, to have saved the coun- I
try. God "and the pOople will prevent' your
treachery feomeStroylng it.. '
I will notfeontrastyour.policy with - that'
of, your illustrious predecessosf, but I shall
ask your attontion to, ono , ,point only To
the loyal black men and to the loyal white_
man of the South, Mr. Lincoln promised
protection and security. 110 kept' his pro
When robot emissaries, such as you
pardon and tako to your confide:tee, proposed
to him to return to glavory the black soldiers
. of the Union army, 'and thus win-„the mas h
tore they had fought, - Mr. LinColn indig
nantly replied: ” Should Ido so, should
deserve to be damned in time and eternity."
:How ,can you, Mr. President, occupy the
Executive, Mansion as the successor of Lin
coln, how could you visit his grave with the
bloody out: -nub'
goody outrages M. ..domphis and Now
Orleans ampunished ? lbo you remembei
that Mr Lincoln said, "Negroes ? like other
ponple, act ,upon motives. If they stake
their lives fol• us they must be prompted by
the strongest motives—o Von the prbmise of
freedom ; and the promise being made must
bo kopt." -
The nation promised the negro liberty and
protection for helping - it to - pitt"doWn the
rebellion. . You have turned him over to his
:exasperated master, whom he holfied to sub
duo. Whim did yod punish a rebid for the
murder of -a loyal negro ? The rebels are
to-day your counsellors. They and tho
Copperheads constituto a large majority of
those who call thdeiselves your friends.
They control your patronago.
Believing yost are to-dai..9xyriAlg yopi,
vast poiver in the interests of the traitors,
and that your policy should be overthown
at the ballot-box, that the Republic, based
on liberty and justice may live, I retire
from office that I may 'Moro freely and of
fectiVely aidiu that ovorthrow.
I have the honor 4o be, very respectfully„
To Andrew Johnson, President - of - the Tin
Tho Congressional Contest
~,1/Vo print below u, complete list df the
nominations for. Congress tho State, - side
by side. with the vote 'of each district at tho
election - Of 1864. _The names of the present
Rep'r'esentatives renominated are italicised.
"Rep. Luton. Vote'lrol4. bonoirratic, Vote 1051,
1. Charles gibbons 7.742 Sane/ J.' Randall, '0 741
2:- Charlet 11 767 John Hulmo, 7 260
3. Leonard alleyers, 11 467 ClM.i'.llockwaltor, 9 992
.4. Wm. D. Krlley, 093 John.Woloh, - 9-344
- 5. adah N. Taylor, 11 007 lloory lions, ' 10 029
6. David Thomas, 9 061 B. Markley Boyer, 12 847
7: Jno. M. - Broomall 10 989,'Ntithanlol Pratt, 7 7711
5, 0. .7. IJAncols, 0671 bawroneo Getz, 12 070
9. Thaddens Stevens 11 004 911,111101 J. Itmynoldfl, 7 34-1
10. Gun. 11. L. Cako, 10 079 Dr C D 131inininger, 11 154
11. Can. Wm. Lilly, 0 894 D. M. You Ankon, 13 007
12. J 11.9. Archibald, 10 000 (Thaß. Domison, 10 573
13. Ulysses Morcur, 9 724 Wm. imm, • 8 721
14. Ono. P. Miller, 11 610 W. K. Wilson, 11 (102
15. N. M. Ilendo, - 1 . J. Cros. , brqmrr, la 39 •
13011, 10 576 McDowell Bharpo 11 147
10. Coo. IV. Khonts, 11 242 R. L.-Johuson, 8 716
17. 1). J. Alta Toll, 9 225 I'. E. Wright, . 10 MA
18. 8.. P. IViLrwi , , 11 .503 W. L. Scott, • 9 014
19. Monti Selayichl, 11 63 Geu. A.ll.sl'caltnont 11040
20. D. A. Floiley, 13 350 Iltigh,ll. IVoir, 10 3,5
21. John Covode, 10 73011i0n..1. 11. Sweltz.er 7 013
22. Gem. J. K. Mooi , B. G. Childs, 8 124
head, 11 233 Wm. Montgomery, 10 112
23. Thos. Williams, 11 682
24. 4. K Lawrence, 11 727 • -
I —The districts in doubt this year aro the
following: . .
V. Philadelphia and Bucker (Thayer's) 278 Polon ma
X... 8611412111 County, &c. (Strouse' „ s), 40 ,..
- majority. . .'
Luzerno, dc. (Donnison's), Cab DOmOcratic inn
XIV. Dauphin, de. (15.1111er's),-627 Union nutiority.
XVI. Adituni and Bedford (Koontz gh.stf. - Üblon wa
Jority. --- • •
XXI. Payotto Markt, (Dawsou'a), 125 DomocmtD
Returns from the - Town Elections
I;AI:tGE IIE/'IIBIsICAN GAINS
The returns received fromq,he town elec.
i.ions in Connecticut indicate in almost every
case - largo - gains 9tl. the Republican side.
We calculate the result as follows, compar
ing therdivith the vote of last March :
Now Lourlou 773 039
.11ARTfORD CO. -
• Bou thin gtou 300 • 397
LITCHFIELD CO. •
\11,74Cif01 . 4, - 370 - 357
FAIRFIELD CO. , .....
Danbury. 711 721 . ' 130 . _l4O
. Norwalk__ _ 661 - - Ago 7 - Dom. - gain;
StrattiMtV 367 221 Carited without ontmeltion
bikW-1 - 10 - pr Co:
Boyniciur •- 107 . 24 .1 . 13 .60
gpreird Divoteh to Vie Tribune
• NEtv-Muronn, Come., Monday, Oct. I, 1866.
•Rt our Fall olectiop thitiday 'the Radicals
eleotbd a'elean.' ticket over the Copperheads
:and iiPostato Republicans by from 80 to 47'
Nxiv .- lamoD2cOorllc - nlay, Oct. 1, 1860,
T 143 Itopublicon. nlttjority horeZto,day on
town oloction is 202'against "My Policy"
Collcctor of tho port oltotod ' Town Ortor.'
DANDURy, Cb. 1111., 11loudny, Oct. 1, 18130.
- • Danbury all right. - In the largest vote
over polled in a town meeting; the Republi
can ticket SVIIB . tci.:day elected by an average
majority of 1.30. Connecticut 'don't aival-,
low ".My Policy" quito,yet. „
, NVEnx-CoMmAILi Ct., Monday,' pct'. 1, 1807-4 m
" My .Tohoy " is wnnting in liornwall. ,
Tho reindyal . of ; the Natinaater eosins .to
have'been bad polidy The on
'tire Ildiitiblioan ticket Is. elected bylargely_
increased :majorities. r NoVvly fl edged :John
:on 'mon are-wearing .long faces. • 'They are
in Ind company.__!!Tra3i.P
1 ..: . . i ' Nonw4:.Cann.,linndriy, Oct. 1, 18001
-Norwalk givo3 18 Roptin)teart..naajnrit,jr
. tit.,,`thu town plantion 10:41ay.' 41 - lar.go at a
',rarity iie s tlio towns' eard fimia ;ii Fitiraeld
County go liopubljFan. • ' ',; , , . ' .
. • , .
apraoss;calth. o llonear,
Th . & lieji4biictins 'carried ' their ticketa - for
town.offloors in'.this . DerdocraficStroilghold
tol‘day, for the first. jirrie •WA cgood• many
year's. English Majority nver-;•/..dawley last,
t . 6xsaxronp , Conn., pdynda,h,
Tho 1 tj ulilieans ara litioong a grahiljubi
lea'bi'dirti tali h to night - was
ueeeitniouely dleeted--Ao-clity.-7 1 1htr , -Breadz'
and-Biattell Copperlfeadirreoling weak in the
leek 44 14 0 - .116 >}P1!414%
Prcielamation of the President of the
United States Appointing
Thursday, November .
• 29th, a Day of Na.
- • • - W e teitiNtrcoN,
The followtng prpclamation hei just, been is
kued by the Prpsidont of tboaTnited Statbs :
. . .. . ,
Almighty Ciod, our Heavenly gather, has
been pleased to vouchsafe.,to us as a people
another year of that nationgt life which is
an indispensable condition of peace, security
'and progress. That year has, moreover,
been crowned with many, pelmliar blessings.
The civil war, that so recently closed among
,has not been anywhere 4'e:opined. For=
sign intervention has - ceased to excite alarm
or apprehension. Inthslvo pestilence has
been benignly mitigated.; deinestic thin
e-minty has improved i. sentiments of 'con
ciliation- have largely prevailed, and the af
fections loyalty and patriotism -have been
widely - received: -- Oter'iliSldA have yielded
quite abundantly; our mining industry has
been richly rewarded,' and' we have .been
allowed to extend our railroad system . far
into the recesses of the country; while our
elation has resumed its customary activity
in foreign seas.
. The great national blessings demand a
national acknowledgement. „ •
Now; therefore,, I, Andrew J,ohnson,
President, of the United States, do hereby
commendl-that, Thursday,. the 20th day of
Niiv©mbor.nest,`bo sot apart, and be obserit
ed everywhere in the several States and
Ter'ritories of the United States by the peo
ple thereof, as a day of thanksgiving and
praise to Almighty God. ..
With due rementhcauces„that "IrNiis toiu
-- pliTdoti - every man speak: of His honor," I
recomMend also that on the cams solemn
occasion, they do humbly- and - devotedly
implore Him to grant to our national coun
cil and Our. whole people that divine wis
dom which can alone lend any nation - into
the ways of all goOd.
- in_ollbring these.nationat -thanksgivings,
praise) and supplicatiens, we have the divine
.asSurauces that, "the Lori rennunoth _a king
forever ; them that aro weak shall be guid
ed in Judgment, and such as aro gentle shall
He leant His way.' The:LON give strength
to His people, and - the Lord shall give to
His people the blessing of peace." ial
In witness whereof r havedioreunto. set
my' hand and caused Cho seal of the United
States to be infixed.
Done at• the City of Washington, this, the
eighth day of Obtober. in the year
[L. a.] of our Lord -ono thousand eight
hundred and sixtysix, and of the
independence of the United Statos the nine
By the .President :
Wm. H. SBwARD, Seer° r
Colonel Donn Piet is Irv-king a speech in
the-main point of whiehlit tlfat
drew 'Johnson is ono of the conspirators,- of
whom Booth was-the instrument, in assassi
eating President Lincoln.- He argues that
Booth's Call upon Johnson just befor the as
sassination was - for the purpose of
him, and that it' the lights had been put out
at the report of the pistol, as was arranged,
the assassin would never lin-go been detected I
but, Ntiouidt have been fewt : deir - bY 'the' new
President. " - Purtlferniore, t hat the attempted I
assassination of Johnson -by Atzeroth, in I
liirkWood's Betel was all a Bfiain, got up as
a inechaiicab , effeet to acdo•npany the actual
killing of Lincoln and Se , .vard.
The Republican prospect in Illinois for a
--! Pho - Chicago - Joierna - saytkitat — good—j-mige,
predict 'a .majority foci,y thousand, the
election of eleven, and po,sible twelve, of:
the fourteen Republican candidates-tor Coa
-1 gross, and an overwhelming majority in
both houses of the Legisla , tiro.
Gen. Couch has been appointed Collector
of BostoM in place of Vice Pr9sident Ham
lin. The General ,bugged- Snail Carolina
to some purpose ut the Philadelphia - Con
- Judge - linclerwood expresses the epThion
that the Virginia Legislatuni, at its next
aesiien,.will inaugurate a movement looking
to the adoption of tho Constitutional
The Prospect in Now York
Horace Greeley, of Stoic. Y: Tribanc, who
neVer-fails in his estimates; says of he pros
pects in New York:
" We believe that all the Co: nty majori
ties for Hothuan will not ex..med 0,000, while
we are sure that the Counties hich go fur
Fenton will roll up an aggregat majority of
- at least:6o,ooo." .
If the October elections should sorely
disappoint us, Gov. Fenton , s nnijority will
be less ; if' they go overwhelmingly for us,
it will be greater. Should_ it seeq. that_the.-
bolf6inad Traton out of' the Johnson coali
tion, that majority_may exceed„,6o,ooo. -
L-113. BELLE FRANCE' ari.IPSED.-A let
ter just received by.Phalon & Son, from an
American lady in Path, Containing an or
der for two cases of filar ' 4, l*Tight-Blooming
Corcus," concludes with these words, Vara
parfum est - le maim?. du monde"—"Yours
is the best perfume in the world." Remain
tar, this is•from Paris, the capital of the
world of Fasliiond Sold everywhere.,
gelnt RO Comity Matters.
Los;r.—On .Thursday morning last, on
tho Cumberland Valley train betvieon
Bridgeport and garlislo,_ Mr. Ohtistain
EboHy lost a Pocket book containing some
money and some papers' valuable "only to
himself. Ho requests tin'to say that 'if tho
papers' ata returned to him nt•Eberly's
Cumb. -- Cm Pa., no questions will bo -asked
about tho monoy.
CENTENARY OP. METHODISM—The
month of October is tho timo amiointed for
tho . Aervices in cblobrating--the-100th-year-of
Anprican:MOthodism. A Discourso appio
priato to tho occasion .will bo delivered by
Prof, S. D. Hillman, in Emory Church on
Sunday mast, tholcithat 11.
The Synod of Pennsylvania is to meet
on the 16 ilig.,_atitalf-pnatse_ven.olcbackluth
evening, in tho First Presbyterian Church: of
Carlisle; were it Will lie opened - with a ear-
Mon by Rev, J, Shepherd D. D. of
Philadelphia. The meeting will continue
for tivo or three sambaing days from 9 ,
o'cloolc.A. M. until 'l2 M. from 2 until 6`'
from 1 1 l until 9 o'clock P. M.,an hour from.
the coinmeneament of. exercises in: the
morning will be spent as a yitayof meeting
a Synodical prayor meeting also. be :
'hold on Wednesday P. 111.'at 3 o'clock, and
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper in' the
evening of , the;sanio da All tho exercises
are 'open tOithis public,\ . Who are cordially
aleo meet in the eacto church, on Monday
cteckini' Oct; 1G at half p'Ast 'seven o'clock
and will be opened' yith A Boynton by Rec..
Henry. E. Nike- of York.. ;Ito iettolon
oontin4:4nried succeeding day, :Antil
the - nieotieg• • of the Synod of Prei3byterlan,
and aro open also to Ski public. y.•
ADVANCE TN FLOTTR.—Fiour adCiranoccl
Now York, a few dayb rigo, ,fifty to seventy
-five 'oentit , n's extra brtinds; and-from 'OO6
ior pii,y,goivivana..' suvunti- vn . an
,eoternon •brande. Tbis :will 'be bad , :newe
Or' i ) gori,P- 0 4 1 q, 1 14 thorOs no Prospects that .
Aber° , will
be any ftill 'for months. Our
fartiiere ?.i'ojoice for ! t r liti'
- vone4- 7 10-JiOnr T hei T eatteed - ootresperifuinit_
4dy!tnFci in graln'yptch-ts 'oputed at lucv)te
- nd 4
GERMAN . REFORMED 0111ROIL--ROV..
A. I y iotl~ sins, Into 6P 2tercorgburg;Filink- .
lin cotintiliv - iil prcn..eh in tho Cleiman- Re ,
formed Church next S4bitth.
FIRE. —On neceday might last,. the
barn. of Wm. NATunErt,. in North Mid -
tiloton township _was destroyed by tiro.
YAM - POSITONED.—TIio Agricultural
Fair,has boon postponed until Tuesday the
1 -23 d inst. • 1/ •
Our iagricultural society has deterntined
iaview of the inclement' weather, to post
yone.tlie Fair until Tuesday:the 23d init.,
at which circumstances' permit, it .
will lie continued for at least four days.
All artiel s osNow on exhibitkin
sired, be loft in the hands of:the Society, and
will bi carefully protected:
TIILOGOOD WILL FIRE COMPANY has
finally accepted the'steatner built for''tlioni
by the Gould _Machine Company of Nowarlc,
N. J. The annexed ..fignres exhibit .ho
force developed on the final ti
Ono 2 inch stream; 104 feet. t
'Three 1 inch streams, 175/. feet.
Four 1 inch streams, 152 feet.
Ono LI inch strea'ris, 255 feet.
Ono 1 inch stream, through 620 feet of
hose; 183-feet. • - ' •
The Company c:epresscd - ..themsolves as well
pleased with her success, as they may well
connidcringthat they M.% the possessoF,,
Of the best engine- of her class for active
service over built.
WM. BLAIR & SON,' Carlisle;
Pa., Itiorters, of -China and
- Y.N.Wa aro rbolving Our second stnry for the largo.
y Increased stork of ware we export to molt° Alert
y from Europe.
For sale, a first Mortgage of Five'Thou
sand- dollars on ono of tho host Farms in the
Oct. 5, 18GG-3t
Those in want of cheap Lumber cal at
so yard of
:, Cheapest Pino Shingles in the country at
tho ynrd of
NOTIOC.—AII orders for Coil and Lumber, Can a, kelt:
011fostin k(lardneY'S, Ilurn's,,and i'; . .iiiii's (iioeerles,
(1.11,f at Cr,,nor's Jewelry Store, wfilell will be promptly
ate'lidej to, and Ilt the loV,'e.st. prlevh. •,-
DELANCY k SHIIO3I.
. , ,
'k - nums - ctG
IT ow oFTEN WE- BEAR TIIIS
k expres,Jaa iron p freldieg n.I vont Ise
ments.of Int e nt Medieinee j na_d_lll nine eases alit •Of
troduced nr} Onulioine, tho TENET ire Luiniar.r, to the
public. I had no mono) , ton dvertlsolt, so I left it for
Sule - tic a fee, tlrtn4ciptu and storeltoopern throligh n
small goctlon of thu country,. many tnking it with
great roluctaneo ; lmt I told thorn to let . nnYonu Nava
It. and Hit did not do all I ,hated on my pamphlet, no
000 need pay ice it. la Some eforas twe or threo 1,6 C
ilex Wero taken on
„_,.riathy parsons preheat. - L was. hy- -
many, thought crazy, and that would he rho loot they
Woul,l two of inO. 13ut l h„,uow toy mollolno lons no
humbug. fu about two 1111111 4 h i i o gnn result',or•
dors Mr lour° Ltu!meat, BOMB coiling it my valuably
Llohnent, a who refusod to sign a ro,ipt whonho
left it at their store, Now my salon ate millions al
bottles yiarly, lord . all for cud, I wat,at , ':”. sopa-far
to any other ntedirine far the cure of_Cr_a op Diarrbrea,
Dys;ontery, Colic, Vomiting, Su, sins, and Soa.sickness,
as /to internal rurucly. It is puffin fly jun.:out to
-tglio-tnternallyys.--th-nrrompaalying each - hottlrc , == ---
and oxtern - ',Oly for Chronic lthotimotism, lleadnebo,
.i"rosted -Spralns, Old Sores,
~/oogs, Sore Throats, &r., Jr. Sold by all tho Drug-
Dopot, PO Cortland t Strout, Now Yo r k.
Sept. ..2 , ,, tc,36-7 w.
An Elleetrial Worm Medic/no
Brov;fi's Vormifugo Comfits,
On IVono LOUNGES. Alueloaicklie,s, undoubtedly, with
I nblruu and adults, attributed to oilier causes, Is neon.
stoned by v - • s. The "VEIaIiFUOE COWITS, " .111 ".gh
effectual n deal trying worn., can do no posslblu Injury
to the.n Oct This valuable combination
has belit .. Hinny used by jrl,3siriana, and found to
be Fare mtd sitro in eradicating worms, no hurtful to
CHILDREN HAVING WORMS regulre_flumediate atten
tion, as neglect of the trouble often CILIIHQd prolonged
Z.Y.ALVIA:aa.OI:-WORMala CIn.L.DIW 4 r are often oyerlook.
od. Wortia in tho stonnwlt and bowel., 611:10 irritation,
(i ich tbo rn ov
ned only by the nee of a Sara roma
a ~ .
Tho ornbinalion of ingredients used in making.
munt's ' ennifve (buffs" isfntch on to giro dm best
...did° ,t with oafoty.
OURT S. , BR N
OW, Proprluto . rs, Now York. Bola by
a L,Pealois,ln Modlcipos r lit 25 ota. a box.
May 26, 1866-Iy.
Constantly advancing In vuhlio favor, throughout tho
United States, tho Ilratish Colonies rtnctSpantah . A.-
morica, and neodlng no
• FLOURISH OP TRUMPETS
to proolalut Its success, that Standard
• article, -
CRISPADORO'S 11AID DYII, •
is now far ahead of any proparatioriof its class. Peo
ple of Fashion, at length theri4ghly understand the
terrible cpn summono entailed by the use of metallic.
and caustic preparations, and admit the superiority. of
this famous yin;etable Dye, _llanniltctured—by-..J,
.01112:18T.00.1t001,4tar House, Now-yorlc. Sold by
all Druggist a. - Applied by all Hair Dressers.
October 6 1806-Im.
Alleook'S Porous Plaster.
REST STREMITHENING PLASTER IN TIM WORLD
ALLCOCIC'S I'ollo US PLASTERS ?waive and arL
;aye-pain by calling forth the acrid hionors from parts
internal to the shin and general circulaiion , —tlga, in
innny cam, positirely eialporating discase'
JAM ES:LITL D.%
There Is nothing equal, In tho way of a plaster, to
the Roma s Plaster of Mr; ALLCOOK Evorything.ls
-pleasant about them. •Thiiyare the piaster of the day,
and 'a fit typo of: of our prevent - advancement In sal--
once and - art, -- In Asthma, Cough, Eldnoy affections,
Gout, Rheumatism, and local deep-seated palm', they
afford permanent relief..
;LE, JOHNSON, ALP., on I'Toplealßumedles.”'
nano a personal knowledge of Gmhoplastets, ifh can
state that Choy aro deculedly . rreforahle to any other ,
In use. Wherever roliefla td tho 'use
of a plaster, aro should recommend them.
A. INGRATIAM;_if.D.,_IIgItOLVeep -iork-Mentor.
Agency, BrAndreth !Inns°, :Myr York.
• Sold by All Druggleta. -
/fkat r i`JC.3lil F.,.. --- ' 7,4
. 17. t.'71 1 -
rVG MAC - c t a l
Err Lurrlthry giver. -
total re ,
Fur Lunt, 1!.1 ,, r , 7
with atrarp, •
' • 0
Fully Licon - Z1z....-,
.r.y from VW to CAN) pt
trnted ( 1 1roulara, Ar
4* Ob eistioolll... P h ila.
221 Summit Nt., Tuir do, 0,
Sept: 7,1860. 7 -41 u. ,
• ; I ITUII -. Irr C. 3 EI r
SPRA.TO I SOItATC.4 I 1-.SCIZ ‘ . .T(.311. I
. . .
'WIIE A.TON'S OiNTAIENT;'
- . Will Curb . tho Itch,iii:4o llours.
_ALS O _oures_:SALT—ItIIIIIIIIVI,UL----
. CEILY,.(IIIIitiLAIIO, - and a11.154111a105713 OF
U. IiKIN, Price 60 runts. For sale by All druggists '
dly_seuding -110, eente — tcrinCE158 -- A — TOTTEIt,, Solo e
Agents, 17.0 IVashington street, illostorrilt will be for-
warded by mull, troo of
_tb,muy part of.. tip-,
United Steles. .
Juno tii 180d.r . •- • - ,
-77------- . . ._ .
XilE "aubsoribOra hava.: on . hand -and'
~ ~ snlo at , thOlr ' eptabllehmont on Buggies, Lit
ar lobe, a lot•of iiinr Top Boggles, Trotting
Carringus, audsoeond hand Top Huggins and Carrlagoo,
*Moll thoy Offer at ronsonablo rates: .
- I "August 10,186-tt. '-•.- _ " . = —•A.. 11.—
- -N. 8111:1111. -
• - -
ItlAngtrAtile: Catarrh SlittlY, is a'euro etkre.fortlrit
bothomom,k patrittl: • , • •, ,
advertisement of air James Clarke's Celebrated
.Jan.12,1860-Iy. ' ' ' ' _- '
1M2.L0 YhttNTITOR-B OTH ; SEX-L' • .
- oratorw, 7 l,laoii
hu otPluins of slide soldiers;
.and4he m 10444.14. of 4 .
'both sexes goaotelly,'iii..lffist el r pobtablo - and prod-,
table ompleyino.l4,lfloutrlng.nazio Om-procure such 7- - ---
i t trilealiis a postpaid adiltessed euv,olope,fiu4Artio.:,
Box 10 Brooklyn zi ,
A. L. SronstEn
A. H. BLn-n'r
A. 11. BLAIR'S