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-1 Si renii,thenini - Alel nd's—
a of n arty.
4ind tt ~,,, ey. . whc are in favor of it, and the men in 0f.. -
- Now these facts will interest yfturVot- !lice who will not execute the laws -of 'the,
,ter county icadtp, and may also.l.C.Jn- I.country against it. If yeti would stop!
i terestiniz.to,w,r.y ,i;t this county. T . sinkbese things, and bring the Government
#lwfivs glad to refer to the.old settlers in ;,b.aelz : ,to the deettine of the - Fathers; why'
}both cottuttes, as few of our_ farmers:, can :;not the Repfiblioanparth . .aud .
;hero a.ny idea of the =noun-kir hardships likccoamiish the object?! ?
~ttdttred pioneers. .SE .\ six sk
SZt`' When old Brown's two sons were
'killed in galiast, and his daughter made
a maniac, by. Southern ruffians, 'James
iinehatiap and supporters lifs suf
,they were thti octutsiast
causitivciy. = .But so soon as Brown,driv-'
en to madness
_by the perseeutiOns: to
whicll,lle , hatl:-..been • subjected; - - wade. up
his mind to seek revenge, by, the most
desperate metiktls, littahliintti and. his
t4be'entnpiehended at once liow unjusti
liable. thing ruffiailisni .T,ltey ate
et-11;es" responsible ,for Pie insane pro
,seetlinzt. 6A: Rayper;s erry, for they eon
' tiiVed and sustained the Auffianisua of
which this 'the leWtiniate.
se t Winee 'lB4 the followini , donErh-
Aces Aniye beerl dis ha eti from the Unit-
Jonei of lowa,
4 - actwis-e;e9inn(i- Chas. E. Stac. , rt of ititeh-1
21Win pa) . ;of Jeiiay,
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;Id4t;i4; All llke ~eats .of 37, qiitig:
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•%:I;.lW Dentocratie Southara paper
exception, perhaps, ofapos
--tain'MasaeltUSetts—apostate,.as she wa y
'deli ~n:ited by Mr Jefferson, ii . a-letter to
laeLtrborn during the war of 1814
not a nou,slasebold
jug:State-. yhich t.ould bestow her - vote
Seward.lf t h e imagined that hip
electiOti would, within itself; and in ad
*ance of his immauration, catte an ever-
icpara' tioU of the Sogth from the
• -O ' •
rin other words, f lie
Tree - Svite's are comirels except those of
'2llaSsachusetts, and, through" feat', would
i kditefre4:froni electing copsettutionolls
ishoPT. choose to the Presidency.
qy, of ,f)isguiou is to Lc Ta . .i.l. , ed. by all
lie D . epc:fitol.9 pyps#, under he 4eikd of
=he South, in order to get up a " scare "
ar 'electing 'a Republican Presalcnt.
'lt won't nor will any State t nor the
be alrlAwer,3 - jq dissolve the
knu,st stay in. The gal
-piss andbltypnets were Made for trait - -
pm. The Constitution prerVides oni, for
StAtei coming, into the Union—not for
mice :hose States - That may !
stfow2a, - disposition to hie's: out of the trac
es; must be cured, if ncpds be, ,o.sucli
diSpasition by the application of- scnig-,
iliingreSeinping a noel. The ISuion sT
;,e -.-. preserved its integrity.—Erici
Siat.'ety must Die.
tiavery must die because there is no
power that can keep it alive: We have
heard much of the slave power, and it it:
. pf ii •theug.4 it were a . Co
t)ssitp, 'NtrjAing the whole nation. In
"soma scpsjc this is all true; it is indeed a
great, apcilopifpl power; fearful in might,
Yearfitl -fearful in crime; and
if there sva . , adequate opposin g poWer,
ikipuld bopelcss to contend against it.
What is the slave Rover? It is thepow
,falselipod, of a fie.
the power of cr;nie Isclfislutess ind brute
free,: It •is,all these allied to system
of govertiment, controllinr , and including
the*adiniaistratis'a and judicial power of
thi great nation.' Can such a power be
rwsted, and must its fostered pet, slave
ry ' 'What power eau demolish
- rover opposed to. i t sfrong
pv),l4)lHepor, more subtile than false
hood?, -more efficient thqa' u lie, It. is
i'bolicifty of TtlyTtj. The came ;hat has
. )1.011 - 0) - ) it t s s'iile r eannot be weak- There
14.a. - :polyir ‘ .pp.Rose4 to it stronger than
, t in t e, Sel ksllngs 4n brute force; strong
4414 a - *vs. It.is the power of. jus.
)16, right,, benevolence, religion and love:
Is f hat pen Stand before the power of truth,
jitsiice;.nnd• Christian philanthropy, of
egghtened•goodness, pouring itself forth
iWpratreis and liberty sOnn.s, and persua
.ooh-sporiiin-.4. itself forth from the press,
Ityd the pulpit and from' the lips and
peaks of devoted men and women ? All
ptit C r•porers:may find their match; or
plop than their•match and fail; but this
To - wet 4 his no match. It is the power of
God . ' working in the hearts of men; it
can never fail, and siaiery must melt
ttiray and die before. Wesleyan
• 4 44.-4:N. .4. 4 ,
, 'Day-.Senater Trumbull, in. his great
ifien;Ch at Sandusky, Ohio, made. tbe
lowing appeal to popular sovereignty men
!I The Republican policy is, to use all
the limns within its power to-keep Slave.
!.y from spreading into the. free Territo:
ring; your popular sovereignty men claim
to be opposed to spreading Slavery. Do
you believe, if the Republican party had
keel?. ja power, there would have been any
cifprt to.get Slavery into Kansas, or to re.
vtve; the African slave trade ? Ye are
ppholding an 4 strengthening the hands
of &hp party who are laboring in the slave
interest. Are you in favor of the. equal
administration of the laws of the country?
Dofvott not know, if a negro pspapes from
a:SOuthern State, the whole powbr of the
Federal: Government is put in requisition
for his capture ? Is not the telegraph
used, and the army and navy put in re-
Oisiiinn, because a negro is loose in Bes
ted? .11ow isit, when Congress declares
: slave trade piracy, and that
tAininirties engaged in it shall be - hung,
the,agago,pf slaves from Africa can be
land:44 cka opr Stiypherp coast, and march
41hrough,a stata in chains?' Where,
t)io,.:arg, -your .I.Dittgd !States
your army and navy f Those Africans
cannot_ be sler.r . ; -pay 9p.upp.l;e fo i und.
I)u(it sin h .n.pgrp ( rßninpg avay. if 'he
gj` tga-f.4 1 - is,Postpu, pan) ) g t°4lo Fitl! -
°44i,T0 1 ,,ty.
say Mk, fa'
'African slave trade, por
th:#olll6eise vitt!. the Democratic per,
11vNorth ; hutl go gay, and do be.
lielfi.PoPulai.soverei 4 tiiy . men , thnt t)11
-61f(Iiitt - ti jiintrual.
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T. S. CHASES EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
' REPUBLICAN MEETINR. '
A meeting of the kepublieargi of Pot
ter County will be. held at
‘ t.bp Cnur
House, on Mt:I:SPAY it'vening of Dec.
Court week, to eleeta. Delegate to the,
Republican State Convention, to be held
at Harrisburg on Wednesday, the 22d of
February next, which' convention is to
notninatda 'candidate fur Governor. and
choose a, Republipan Efectorial Ticket
for latiO. A 411 ntleudanee is request
,order of Minty Ex. Cum. .
"No O:OMINAL will be issued next
week, as we are so pressed with job work
and other business that we are compdted
to suspend the paper. Next, week being
Court we will naturally have our hands
(ul.l of business, and we hope such as yi.ll
make lis ba) - ile to much Larger' Adition
• Via Reid the. address of ,the-Central
Republican Club in anot her eelzmn—and
not only road it but gonsider it well; and
circulate it among your neighbors.
Wjcs While we favor a union,' es far as
practicable, of the v..rious parties oppos
ed, to the Natidnal Administration, we
3 -et-believe sentiment of the following
extract, from the Ohio State Journal, to
be.founded upon TRUTH. It more ith
mediately refers to the late eleCtion in
Ohio,*but, of cow-se, has a general appli
The retarne of the Ciootion !pooh an
important lesson: :Wherever Republican
doctrines have been most boldly avowed,
and.wherever the Repubherr) organiia
tion has teen most rigidly maintained,
our,success has been markedby the larg
est majorities. . Even Monroe—the
stronghold of Demecracy—has partially
yielded toacompact Republican phalanx,
which followed no divided command.—
Wherever the reverse is the case, with
few exceptions, we'see a different result.
The Republican party is strooges!, wimp
its prinaiples are maintained and avowed
in their greatest-purity. One of •the val
uable results of the, last election has been
the demonstration -of this truth. • The
battle me have fought has not been one
of coalition, and the victory has been
achieved by the power of Republican
principles, boldly and firmly avowed."
The '!lrreprerssible Conflict" was
commenced in Congress by the slave-1
holders on the first day of the session, be
fore flip House was organized. The Re
publicans desired.. to proceed to the busi
ness that called the►h together, but the
slave-holders and their Northern allies
preferred to engage in the discussion of
John Brown's - seizure of Harper's ferry,
and helper's Boek, wl►ich compares the
growth and prosperity of the F►ee Statcs
With the poverty and.stand-still. condition
of the Slave States--an excellent book
by-the-way, which every freeman ought,
to read. And thus the slave-holders have -1
given - further proof of the "irrepressible
oonfilet"between Freedom mid Slavery—,
between Virtue and vice.
, This conflict
has prevented , anorganization of the
Rouse for thirteen days. What it will
next prevent, or do, time will discover.
No Speaker had been elected up to last
Tuc,s4dy nooli, at which time the House
-been in session thirteen days. The
probability is that no Organization will be
effected until after the holidays, and that
then Nr;Sherpian will be elected. Be,:
publican inembeo Aye wisely avoiding to
answer the- insane bleatiugs of Clark, of
31o.; and the - other Southey' blackguards,
in the minority; who - ore occupying .the
time--nut the attention—of the majority.
All will be right yet, for even liberal
minded Southern. members are becoming
disgusted - with slich-,raVinis as-those. -
179;, who are thenien in this aoinmn
pity that gloat. overthe:execution of John
PreFa','arni taice'on airs as being thiees•
poeisl.guarqinus of }ads end the Constitu-
rtion — ? Serar'is - we knekv, e ery. nian iof
distil iseidier 4.ziolator, or has eneot r
aged‘obberifaiyielate our, own State law
against llie:Aafii of i:itoxicatini drii . iks
without-License; All but one - os'tsvi:Pf
them are daili...violelors of the lawlagain'st
prOianiik - i' 'Alva' of them viojateAlp
law tigaiust - ;rtrunken 7/ es,, S a bb a th..breol:
iv, and oth6fs of the best lawS of the
State., :Now we say to'illose noisy brawl
ers for the . Coustituti9nand jrirghiia ja ' ;
.uutil yen retarm4o4r own habits, and Ob ll
the tares ptr,itfloteg:sgto (a; -3'oll maya
well ircepsilent: , :Your attempts- tolectu 0
honest men on their- Atuty Ao..the State
and Nation,issitnidy impeAinent.r Penn.
sylrania Jaw oitictitst-4nylkprd-m4kini, is
at least eatitted to= as much I'oOct
iiginia law for siarc•matiug livid star -
holding. - . ,i
The Pittsburg Gazette, an over zealo
Cameron paper, in noticing the call for
Republican fstate Convention in Missou
'! It will be seep 5,111.1 She
from :51issouri Sy -the national onve,
ljg are ,to be_e;getea the St:le Co..
yeprion, and not by districts..e bay
not yet seen in any , Missouri paper a d,
. t,he Mate Committee for i.
skint;a call goOtemplating such a course.
The WWl:tart of this paragraph refe.
to the protest made by some. of he It -
publican - papers-of this State agamst th
call of the People's State Canvention, a -
leilmint , tha the-' call conten idaics thii
election of delegates to tixe National Co 4
vention, by the State Contention. W
confess this allusionto the Missouri ca I
,State Conyontion by the 'Gaze(
looks as if the; xias Abe intention.' Ifs ,
we join in the protest against it. W
think the 'Acpublicans of this Contra,
sional Djstriet are capable of electing ihei
ovo delegate, and of instructing him tor,
An 4 if the State. Cinvention undOrtake•
this work, wo trust the Republicans
every district in the State will elect thei
own delegate, as is their'und.oubted righ, ,
Popular Sovereignty 4JnaT
- On the first page of This number ts,
present the hestanalysis of Douglas "pop
ular sovereignty" that it has ever bee .1
our fortune to read ; and we trust it nil
be read by every " popular sovereignt
democrat into whose hands it can b
pliteed - ., To this end we hope reailers
the JouttNAr. who have neighbors : of tha I
faith will pass it around. It will go . fa
towards Convincing any reasonabie, think
or, who rplpt upop amt ;j trice for his;
hope of the modern democratic party, ol
the inecnntistancy-of his position, and may
constrain him .to turn fram the error ofit
his ways and swell the ranks of the Re-I1
publican party 7 - 7 which is truly the.party i
of the people. •
' Read Gov. Chase's speech, all ye wino
would know the truth about ~.the urealt
"my doctrine" of • the ' little giant:'- 1 -
It dissects that fallacy so thoroq,lily, an't)
common exposes its abuse of SOJISC SO &il
pietely, that weare constrained to: aifeel
ing of pity fut. the author of "my doctrine,"
and those persons which have
so much labor in trying to convince the
people that his not what it mon.
strous humbug; begotten and displayed
Ivlth huirbug, persistence, tq eoa the
people into forgetfulness pt Ole gr
sues of 1860, and elleattlient into
reign of pro Slavery demoviacy
" popular.sovereignty" doctrine ig,
binds !pan . ) , men to the corrupt
the -name' "democracy." .To s
pre;erihe the epose on our, first p
medipine which spill elcaese thee
imps for the pure democracy of
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, 'oilar, es u5eeer,,,..,..1.0.• sack 9_ l
free towns' , : i l iadsa's, 'the attempt to
lorce .tllej.e.oomptcin constitution - on pro
testing people,:the :attempt to-revive the
'Slave trade in de6adde'oflhe.Act of icon
gress &Markt that tradeir"-rriey; these,
and :other 'acts in ;character with : thtm,
predispose all candid ..ercrt . is thrr !Free
States to look to the 'Ark:diem -Orly
for a remedy: Hence it is the esPeeial
duty of all working Republicads,-to - Make
an-rpon'erliate arid energetle.eftert, In
crease the-cireuhltion: of Republic:ad' •pa
1, • • .
' Your assouiateS in Cmdiersportm4vj- I
einity, have orga'nizeq acittb fcd•thati pyr
pose. We intend to, do. that 7orkj'horr
otg,74. ' We have alyeacly---nble4 the
muncher of 11eek4 Tribttns taken at this
owe. svep'ppe4 . to active Repel:diem:re
in each iiOwnsbin inthis Couutv -to Make
•1 • •
au earnest offort to; increase the eirenla
lion of T4E•PuryEtt JOURNAL and ' New
York T ribune. Do it noic.: Two
dr . ed new subscribers to these jourtiala, l
obtained by. the middle of iJan,uary, wilt;
RepubliCan majority in this
county. 244 : next • •
"Shall we nnakc this the 193anneiOpup
ty'! of the State ? If so, We Rimy hegin
the work pox. We' invitelout 'associates
in each 'Township to correspond with us,
so that'we sin& all - work intelligently :to
gether. JOHN 8.1 M ANN,
11. J. Drz;s
Ste' Fred I)(.lu . alits; states
that the slaveholders hunt theirrupdway
nign•ers . io the South with .dogs, add iu
the North with hemocrats..
ttiiT.The Yankees, it said, arc eoin t .
ing money in 4he],mantrfact.nre- Vh • a 1 sale
of rifles OW in9sliets for the Sintth. `'leis
is the "nominteeinirse" - wd be:ir so nth
about since the John Brown raid.
- STRAY HEIFER. t
B""intothe incloSure Of the sifiserib•
er on or about the first of !Nov.; a YEAR
LING 10FE11,—color, white and spotted.
IThe 'owner is requested to come fotward,rirove
prbp'erty;:ipay churges;.afid take het;
• ' • •
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I WORN OF FACT AND rieriox, writteb expressly
I l for the Ilunie Joiirmili entitled,j
. - JENTY PI i tOUD I VOOT. ..
f f A t ROMANCE OF !AMERICAN lIISTCrY.
I BY A DISYINGIISLIED AUTHOR.
•• ! r
The romantic . events on Which this beauti-
Ifni story is founded, gemmed in the troubled
itintes . of 1782, fmmediatelyhefore the cloSe of
the Itevolutionary War, „and . the 'recognition
Of Araerican Independence—a' timeheu
!istrange events brought out strong 'chanter,
!Wild mighty trials a corresponding; heroism.
11'he most romantic iningination never hillent
jed fiction more exciting than the historical
Ipassages of these times—(strand tbaay,i un
til now ucapproprted -byl the [novelist.)
heroism an womanly d
the ei - otionj are
wrought. to e hi,best degree, through a
chain of events!not lesS exciting than strange
j—not,lesS strange than true. ,I - . j
I This charming story will bis succeeded by
IA ,BRILLIANT VENITUN, TALE.
1 •• Dv OCTAVE FElilt.LETi
Ithe celebrated author of "Tile Ftomanceof a
Poor Voting Mau,' the success and .cireilla
;Pon of - whicb, both in the New l and Old WOrld,
(have been unprecedented, and given hint a
plage amongstlthe 'grit of .4ing notel i ties.
The tale is oue:orsurprissing- Interest, replete
;with Incidents, oil highly . descriptive of Ital
ian' life,' Mora-14 and DDIDUCTSI r - • Its ' transla
!Pon front the French by llrs.llaarmit NI, PIN,
I'LAN lexpressly for the Homel.lournat,) her,
seleii talented 1 - ind,,giftPil authoress,lemineutly
iqUalitied for the task Jby ecludation, and her
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ING POST—" tite ollest and best of the Week
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yea,-ing pu . blie, 44;4 ; they Imve Mode an ex,-;
,clasjytf cagagem'ent l vvith- an _Author Irhosc ,
powerful Stories tare of late attracted 'great
attention; and t ;at they will open the year
1860 with a noveret, .ti•riaen arremly for TI'LF
POST, called . I
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.11a-ring'ren4 in manuscript, for it is ab..
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past pear we Mive published novejets, stories,
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loiriug gifted writers: ,
G.•P. it, Jamt , !.
Charles Dicke - us.
11. W Longfellow.
Dr. 0. W. liolines.
T. S, 4rthlr.
Aut4ur of The
Author of "The ito
Author of "Farm of
Four Acres. -
Anthor of " The Et?.
• Spout," 4 7 p.
jui;n G. Whittier.
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