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t>?eoi ai? i?t tb? pri' ... rrciedial and rcitoritiv* o|.e itiou of
?tai ' ' - Stobicb Bittbbs.
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vr?iil?iU ?:.,l l.r?lt.-.f .1 Ihr luiiron* of the Bit????, ti'it
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with Iii ? Itwt of h-.l - I' 'urra ii cottril?rm, it ditippeir?; if
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1 r appatit? (a . . :-,-turui if tb? diiattiou it impii?. it
ti tattoo. J, ii. lir.ri ? hr ?yinptom? of the complain? m*T b?,
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Ib? mu? .un effrMti i,f i.,. , ?raiion where biiio-?dla*B-r li?? bren
al a?Jy J ?-loped. b I? ?.?i wb.r? there i? ??rely e ron?titutmn?
a?--???, y la Bear I it be preTnnted threufbt.ut ?'.te by
tim .-li ,, o?, ia in ?? 'r?, of thli p*l?I?ble anliJ. I?
?ia?? ?? i. It la t- . ?rrioualy pondered?or, rtthnr, th?y
? I,, ? J I. hy a'.l prrtou? of biliou? habit.
Al. .-.TATKMKHT.
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b? A? ,- i .-. A.. ?Utrd U. 8. Hoipitil Nr-trk
NI ni? lu I - r. indrr n y c-hir-e o' ?
Tee?, ?ird Atti?. ? tk . d. tird for ?h|i til? nu ti rrmrdy if
?J Holne. Lad would W. - t hnitition um I? ia titsi.tt ? I
Qaiai?- wt only ?t.ip -i ' 'hi. t maia? HTttrbi ?ill lti..ron?.!v
r?B_w?ia ti? diieur to ..rayate?-. Eor ?ale hy ill Dru.-ittt and
?t ttir l?-p ? No 111 I i .' ?il. New York
.?A.: . ANO HORII -"ALVR li :
hy ?V w'i . hire ua*d li tlir very brit Her?* Ointntrat in u?r 1' ia
.?????'?I ? r?nriB| retei o' loar iti-td.ii? wbirh hire been -Ivrn :r i?
In n'ttil S.rii.-he?, ?I 1. Sit'i?! S .-?a. Swrllin"?, Stl9 ???*?*?
?rr rapidly ti,J ? rtii:-? I .ird by til.? S?!??. 1 Le Ter? -arti
II ?? <. , "urtait 11 na. Ml ? box. Bold by ti Dra(.urt< and at the
"t>|. ?. . r , ? s y_
Ivy.
Tv. ? l*ii.nd for Roo*?'? Kunu? it OrtOTTOLriB i? ka
Irlltilll . Il.ttod rrl in tbr B_*k*t baa ?i???. ??
t, . I. It*ma ? riiint-ii.i I*; AA'h.t a d.t
Ct??n?r? tie ?rrtl p?r tim?-, tlir b?rt?*t, ml It peitr
? ?,r ttte k Ila ta*tl w: ia p.nhed b.y :
?-.ii'., i-? ri-rt ltd faur? ?o"d? d??'.r?
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li" Ni-, (.KAMI I'A.L (ll'KMMi, lgajG. 00 l-Ur
da, .?- . ,. .
? ni In'.iit? Har? it..! t ti??
' - v irird ai.J nirumr
? > will hnii tb- AVot d ? tauhiona ) litoililli J al
_ .???in a fi. na Br-titwtT
l'A I A TRI! ?NoKii'NS Nl\V li'KAIKKY POE CAT
W- ?. " iii ia ?rnlbkt ditv-t.? It it? f uuttin lind: irmoT?. ?
twin o - hr-d. itT-i ?ii? diicliirgi-t, ohttt -
tin o': ? r-_?'i"t -.lli.tl.d obltrtlt?? lbi?lo?ih
? ??.-?in. >dr in ali li? form., furrier. Srud il?n,p, fur punpLla', lo
('BBBIT NOBTOB. No 11 At.r al
Catabhh' l'usnivB CvaB!
A?-iJ rii- dritmni wbirh haw Derer cured ona sa?? Wta R
I'"'. ?. I ?' : i N. A bal B| d - nvr-r' , PotlTlVB PKBBktttT
nar. -, ... Baa Pom pittit??Aafarr . >?rrnj? Hewirdta It? wiii
..ti?'? ,i ,- ...i..?,,) -?.Tin-? ?. Eaptaaal it r in it, Baeetana
U iLLCoz ?V I.1UB.N Shaving Ma, Hist.
It?a.-.m t. i?i?Bf?r and mi tub ? to rip io ut? or w.tr th?'. (be
Im., a? iirtv ?I ?._-?? ? lemon " mt tk? " Itltnd Park TrmU.
Braid lo, tb? Hapart and *?r?pi?a at VA'oik can??Uti*? tetkklmd? o?
ItUrtw? om Ike ?mine pirre of ?oiiil? So *0T ftroi! wit
If Atrrial H?w* Patent .uri and Dry Pla-.t_b
?it? tin llrtiiia? iii'?? ?Til? ?nil Bt_-lf ?n.amrrtt and
wa.??-:- I |?-.irvi-jr dry Alto a air.? ttiortai.nl of Htatrrt tud i
M ?' heal ? ?'?a?
Mabvit A fr? -? B dw?T. ?nd "TI rbnitnut it Phila. ?
I SB UW.SRMKI, TIIK HOXET OP OAK.
la I at 'Mth wi i n? wli'.a anti baanttful ?a piliaher! ., - ?
lutta U I i li?.. Woicra-ar Matt . Sol* Proprietor ?nd M?-. I
r..- ?? ? br ?i
At Wholmalk?('hiidbbk'- i?1!?*?ti\rl Wak
badi at, "pp--? Tipiad Bo t? md ?boe?, S?w?d md P?t.-. i
Hnitiow k Tbaik A??tr? 'NA
Thk Abm and Ero, by \\. Erank 1'alubr, EL II.?
The ' bat?'' frr* to ?o!d:rrt itid 1 ,w to oltirert and nriluni 1,0-1
UV??? "I ?a ft i Aitor p N T , 1. UiMB-t.. Botton Avoid
|-r__.|. irn? nii'itioni of bil tut-?i
M A I'AUK JlMKL's MaMMABIAL BaLM AM' !
?titi. Ki ITITOB to dei.i >p tlir nit'irtl brsiitr of tit* tera, ob
par??"''-?"'? i.rlBi-ipiaa Dap it So. JB.T Canal at. ?told by dn.r| it?.
MbTt vLKl't GKKAT RBBUMATIC Kr. M Ki; Y
aa'r?i - ? ? r Rhr .mttini e?ei ki.own. in J it li ti ?o-der*-. io
It* a*?"?? ti ?min In it? ??Tri-?
?taTii a Baekk's Machi s ek rou Sale am> to
a?uv. tu ??ni with ?p*r*tor? into Into lira by tie d?y. Urra u ikutf
?ed faaii y ->?_? ?tona to order. Mr- S. Kaiva No ?m: bl idwtj,
teimet TwBBlietb-U, up it .if?. _^^^^^^
I ki MIS, SrPi'ORTBas, Monthly ami -
atiDiect Uta bett and rbrip-?t |n the woild *hol?t?l? or -?taii it
*tf aaaawooB'?, No. *** Bio?dw?y.
Tub Hows ftrvriiio MtcniN-t? Ixmk Stit? h?
Tat I, ?tullir? ti 1 Manu'act-rert Thry ar? world-. ?oo?nrd Ihr
Howl Macbisb io . Na. ?M Br-adwiy. N*w York
MoTi'S l'HIUiCAL PomaI'I K,ntore.-i (,r.\
kaep? - |! -wt ?aJ from falllat ?ul: ram???? li?dritf tbt Of ??' dir??
I-. ??-I S i.i by RpiBT-.v No IO Alto? Hool? ia? drot-u'i.
iBUtiKi Bt-JTIO .*-??" KISH, Sl'SPBNSOlY I'.AMi
??ia?, trrmavaa? Be -Maa?? A Ce.'? lUatleal Can Ttbm OCc?
?artt at No I V?t*T*t_Lad* ?tlj-a-aat._
1*1 Baarrri Lro?.:a-STiT.n Sewing-Machin-*- 1 ?
?--? w*i 1 ) -UBB--1 sivii? Macbi/i CttVAjri
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Impbovid Loce-.**?t?tch Ma< hin ki fur T|_k>n .nd
M*ai<r*oi i ",t Obutbb k Baaaa rlaviaa Macbisb (?ann.
Ma ??. Ki-tdway._
Elmpth Sbwino Machieb Co.'s Ikcoupabaki.e
lar? Stit?-? Si*ii?Mic?i.h A(*p'i Wuited. 61.1 Broadway^
"" Ctaovta ?Jt Baebb'i Hiohest Prkuicm Ei_abtic
4-VTT.a-.awite Macaiaa* lit laaui? na. Ne AU Bioedwir
WiiKK-Ki- A vVii_-...ts LO-K-STITCH fEAriKU
Bttuat?? ?al Rrr-rovBOL? Miciti No *? Broedwir
I'.avftn? Virj-notte, fi! ??er do_?.'ii; Duplicate??, f-.'.
AU __??t,.r. t-_i_Uo?d. R. A. I.?WU No 16-Chtl__iTi at. N T
Uta (ristadiibo'8 Dyb?Approved by umverba?
aiyAamtilan ?? lb? ln*?t *tt?n*. K?t>tory, Ne. 6 A-tor Houir.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1966.
THE CAMPAIGN TRIBUNE
IRE BALL MOVES ON.
11??? i ??lowiDf- tre a portion of tbt rabtcriptiol Jet*
tari ta?iT?? oa W?4ne?dey aid T-iraday J
Willsv-ille. Allboakt Co., N. Y., 8ept. II, |8mV
?laattTsr?. yoe will Ead a drift for 130. for which tub will
Mm) total attltiota-e loo c?opi?e of Taa Ca?-fajo- tami vi
??kin? ia all l_0 aopiee for WaUavlll?. Mr. Joha-on propu?*e
t < I???? thi Utan bet ween hi? aad Coatrr??? to tie P? -pie?
It i? well. Let a? ?urculau th? twitaai-?. ?o that thtv cae decide
It aodtrtuadlBgly, as- ?hen I hope that b? will abide br the r
lea-teo T-_r_, reipeotfttlly, L. V Daati.
N?*w-WiLMta"OTOE, Pa?, 8tpt. 7.~Incl?--!??_ plea-t
Cn- I*, mr I? t-opir? of Tai Wbcbit Tiiat-tE (CabTaio-? for
Ure? rtatant!.?- lam M old t.tac-iber. tad have tndnced tht-t?
mm tu aa.d for yoar valaable papar, which 1? nov d?ar?r to
at < taso ?var batar?. W? nov mt tit aata* of ?ucl doctrt.i u
t < pr?,?B_fau tlroith Tua TBiatxn. 0? oa la tit ircxt.
? k an ! otar Ood aatiat yoe ta to it failhfally to th? tni
*-. 'i*^U_?< lah ton-a. J B Srintr
it ?a a, Sept. .k-^-IncltT-atad pleaj-? Tao?-ivt? $7, lor
? n ;>i?-?e teal at? at many copi?, of Tai CAwrAior? TatB
? at that will pay for, vhich I tappoaa will pay for IT
? ? i? ?.a. a fraction. BC-ordl-a* to yoar alvertiarrarDl.
? t ti tend m Ue paper Mit Tkirstay picase let at
t - vhathev I taa asad for taara at tbe tata? rita, cornnesc
? ' th? 1.1b last .hit a the work ?*. 15 Klontet tun? ia
ktl rttw. I Inter, tojret mor? ?-?al haittiai? totttrad
t lot I c-iiii-er Tri Tubcxb the only paper pub?thect la
lb ?.n .try that difunda tie Klfhtt or Mao. aad all other
ra. el refara* iHopin. aad prayiat? by diairibatiDg th? *a_n?,
k ? I !h? Ml Bieant of opening the eve? of tboee wko ill ia
i Ml d-rkneae by the la-Mace of thal infernal ' M?
I* uy. Y .art. with reepeot tar Uta freedom of Mau.
.osa W SvAlA
UK-isiLAta CorrtTT, Nbw-Yobe? Plea-? _,__ jn.
a. ted -b?ok for -0 anabert of yoar eamoelfn paper, which
} m will ''?rward aa tooa at co-VBieat. I ato aav T M , bal
??timol ?.???, ?j, ra? a dead du-k. Well, let it roar. Tbtre it
i .: . Hi ,m ?ata in Old Ninan that ia i.-t diefaatrd with
ever tn eecore a Colo? vlotory. Oar town is ?-rood t>r sol tos
jorilv in Hie right dire? ti on. Your?. 1). I.ivri?. I*, ti.
Befit. II, l?*-ift.? Inclosed pie*.?. Lui draft
foi I-? le, for wSiiTi send bis 'it Camral is 1 kiblhk? Touro
truly. J. II. Ham ai a.
?MiniiLFToivB, Conn., 8?i?t. It, lal?111 plflis?-?*??
THE TRIBUNE TRACTS?NO. 1.
The New-Orleans Riot. It_ Offioial History. We
?ball mu? thi? afternoon, a Traot oonieining aa autlmntio
H.itory by offleial doonmenti of tbs New Orleeni Riot. Price
Ive cents: IIB p?r 1,000. Order? eeooaipeniod with the eesb
ara solicited Address Tbb Tbtblbk, No. IM Nsasau st Nsw
Tori. m?mm-______________
THE TRIBUNE TRACTS?NO. 2.
Number two of the Thb Tbibcnr Tracta will con?
tais the proceedings of the Southiru Loyalist? Coovoatioa.
ead will be reedy tn a few dey?.
TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Be calle? au satas? ?f AacnyDeiiCewsa.eal.t_t.ai WhiUvit
?Wade? fer huerttea m**? ka aathantteatad ty Iba amma ami ti
Item at tke writer?earl ?.nu; for ?b?u?_?i-? kal m Beear,
*atyf*t ki*(*?dt?tih
TO ADVERTISERS.
We will thank our advertising euitomsrs to hand in
tktii i dv*rti**w?Bi* at a* *?r.y ta koot ea peealb.? If rereived iflir
I e'eieek tk*y o?BB?t be ilmtSad nada, tarni sv*?w baale
l^m-T?? TH?DAY.
FOREIGN NEW8.
We have European newe br Cable to th? I ?th met. The
idee has been put forth that in again egiUting the Eastern
3uostion Bussta is influence, hy warlike views. The Lom?
en Time? daclaroB that the Meneen umpire has penshad.
'___i}_l_]P__l^j^a^ tea] * fi^iit -V_ii8U?i??ra \D I
I brid money ordi r fir lim, for which piesse send lOOeopios of
, youri ami Aia? Tb:B">b. Yo? re truly.
V\ *. T ___OB, KepaMic-in ( '?iimlttoo.
Pacific, Franklin Cqub.v, Mo., Sept. 10 -Whea
Jan? i*.ro?u wa? i'ier-;it*d*l w?t in ChMtaaoaga i*'ine??ae.
1 be ?ntimeot tkea rxpretwetl among pia-ter? wBi iii?' ' Fees
: to lay
:. tinder n.v ovrii roof I t! ?fee no' r Ml foi bar of the.
? ? hut know that he wa??t tbitilineoBHof j ,ur
BSBaevihaSa, I" e-eune which h? ?aid "I will do hiru tit?
? rt.'tl t f _H?ing Tin TRIBlNP t? theaM'?t p?l''?r paMMhei."
1 ??heir ?nor paper would ?lo pood here incur ni li! In
? lo?'-d pleat? und f.ur (14) dollar?. I wish ?... Busi-WaBBLT
for one yeer. Let It oommeBce ?o I? to ter/, fe li? oonteul* of
WsKKLr of Sepieenber '.. lleapeotfnlly.
I S ?AB?Blt, lele-fraph (?lierai.>r and K?d:o?I.)
RcsiiKiKi), All. Co., N. V., 8i!|?t. !<?? Wcwr-rc
?obier?? mend re.ider? of TA? Haily Tit'- f..r ? number of
? ears, bul lett Winter we hernoie dissmted with that ??ti
labecribe?! foroee imar to Tke /hilly Herald?being renaii wl nt
to ejpet from that pup?r w? preferred it io Ils Timer Wo
?tood The Herald doting Ihe Wirier; ilirD'if-h th? Sealion of
-? anderen (brough iho Ittbel I onv ?'ilion st Phil?
uelphia hut the " I'teoideiitisl lotir" is too tvmith for us and
we cave. If you know of ?ny good konei lim,-rat you n?n
rcccinineiiil to us we will bsve trio bel?noe of our sebseriptiea
to Tke tfiretd seat to him. ?ad li ti don t m?Ko bim ? Reptib
lie.'O before ttie President relnrn? to Wasbiaetoi. theo w?
flick Le oui'ht lobe turned ow?r to Ben. Butler or ?ora. other
man who "tnmmtf that the otilvslry oin be governed. In
i'.?,, tiuti I. I .r wtiirh mod iii Thb Hail? IBIBUBB, ead
oblice lotir?. Boma ft ri.?4fcr?
KoMKR, Ciirtlsiidt Co ,N. T?, Baft I. ?I tiki
much pleasure lu inclosing a draft ou New Y ?rk M rou fir
which please forward 102 copiai of your Campai?)!? 1 ?ubi ia,
(??uiraeneia*: with the week eadie?f oa the Otk ?nat. I ?ball bo
a! le to add more ?ramb?r? to ibu li?! before th? olo?e of the
wok Voor? for tbe oaase, (has o Nkwtom.
llnRSB Hkai's. Chrmunp Co.. Beiif. M ?Iih lo-ied
find draft tor I JO for 10O eo-rpie? of T up CamPaun T rdbcm .
iii.? I'mon Kadu-a! Rt-publioan? o' ?.(leinung ora ?wke. and
determined if poMible to defeat the combined Opparheadt
and Cropper ?lohusouites. There we l?u_|fe w of the snpirortors "I
Lineols who have left tis, and that few are either ime.ll office
bollier? or diieppoiuU-d oflloo aeeksra ead hove uo MlasOee.
T i?i. i? true to ? mau. Tne rurel dntri.it? ai<? BOBBd to the
> id nioroearnoat th?-i in Mha nloi'iion of IHI, Ta? re?
torne from Mais? aad Vermont ekoer au.l enooma*? us.
Yours truly, P. Wimhimlik
PIMIMtTfl. Oiioniliiirn ('nilliti, V Y , Best. '.?.?In
elo?ed find draft for 1*1(1, for whiok plea?* ??end roe li*) copie? of
Thk C'AMi'AioN T aiiii. a a, for distribution at thi? office.
K. ?pectliill.? J It Waiwkm.
(iLOVUfsViLLK, UT. Y , Seilt. 1?..?Im lo- 1 fiad dr.itt
for ltd. for which you will plea?" eend me lit) copie? of lui
('AMI'Al ** TiTI'T'M Allow mc toiurii-e-t H" pioprielyof
neu pobllihing the Cnnalituiional Aiiieinlincii! Is lui 'am
i Al..?( iBimsK und I.ting ii reruaiu Ihor? BBtil afler the
chillon. Tkeie aro thonsoad? who havo no.m read it.
Tray your?, B MM1BB
AlBBBB, N? T., Sop?. I?"?.?If .von m in favor of
tteesea Iteioiz nimieodiou? ?od traitor? t?ki:._r bick ?obi a.
roe tra? forwnrd to my ??Idrns.? tr eopteS ..( 1 li: ? au Atora
TTniii'Xi. for which lio'd loCoeed |nl4ti, with tin?.? Bearly
cluer? for C'onpTes*. Respectfully von?-?
Wm I It pi?:, k 1? M.
I.ima, Soy?'. 10.?I R8Dd you *1'> nora tor Tub
CaMPAMS 'I Kim m. Von have ?.-at un? .". Beti > 8 ?
itie-iae und tue Jl mire, win Ti n ?kt-i.;i t.La >'
real Mnaa Send the luick nu ni her? from A ne:.?' :>. I hol
Please seel Use? ob tbe reeeep? of tim letter. I ?b?n ?eua
ion the ethst fin ?vlncb will Birike up the waol? ritmber of
Ki) which I iirotnieed ae aoon n? Jobnaon removed nie from
ihe I'.mt Ofln'fl. I wikh lo loavc a good number of KiJi, al
iiewtpaper? lor lum lo circulai?-. Your?, Ac .
nu doavBat P M
IIOPKINTON, M??8., Sept. I'-. ? Illlli.)*i'.l I --.'?iJ JOH
eeehler's eheehlbr taJrtv dauan (A'?), in payment for loo
copie? of THr i ami'ai'.n Thibi ?i Piesse send hv mall to my
ntldrem. I mnv wi?h to add to the number, aa we IM not com
menee tofcanvnt? until to-day. Your?, truly. A. A nwbbt.
Scoti-i, N. Y. Sept. I).?Irirlo?od ]?! ?i-,.? fiinl cprt'
eekef ?>'' for lOOoopieoof Thv< ?mu? Tbsvbi
T I ere beve been no TflaatSB-BB received at thi* office for ?everel
I ni thi rt? ?re now indu ?lion? of e mucT h-tur tlate ot
til?n?."*. -Senti thi? week'? i eau ft, ae ?'?'jscrilxr. ire Ix-romisg
?:?,?i il.i-iit. Very re?p?-?tfallv, JJ, g. OaBIBBIBB,
I'iltov, N. Y., fvpt. ii.?im-ln-pd please find ??
! <r | ?0, fi.r ?bit li yoi. ?ill pit????' ?cud in'? ITO copie? of
T lil < a ii'AMI Tuii-.iM . couiiii'-i.ciuK ?v.ih t.io pr??f)iit week.
IT. 11B the way we ibtend to help And?'? policy
Yoori. Ac. I. I). Panto
Oakfielh, C'tic-afc Comty, N. Y., .-?Vjit. l(?.?In?
timi draft t t B-?', ror which forward to iny addie?* KIO
' AMI'Alf.-. ii tai NI.. lt_Mpe<a?fully.
('. II I llAMItl Rl i? I* M
i'.ltbia. ohio, Se.it. a?incio-tod i baal vi ? itali
. l.Tloopieaof TBK Cami-AIon Tmn, \K lo K (
Ol i?w?.IU at Ki.vris Ohio TOepeaata ??eui aastoas 8a troto
I t? 1! lauiider ok the Westom Riseervooneloction dey. We do
tio'tipport Vallandighea ot uti? of his sesoci?:?* Tr?ly
?oins, ,i m BiTima
R?BiiK'iRP, N. Y., .Sept 10.?Pie-M? lind iaelfSM.!
din!'! lor I?' tor which plee?e eend U> my addie?* lOtlcopie?
of vonr ('ami??Io*4 T'biBI'ns for three moo'tbsaud ?>n?? oopv of
TlikllAILl 1 nilli sr foi ?ti uioDlh?. Piesse tend them imioe
diMiel) or bsve thom oomuiense tim week. If yo t can. Your?
truly, ,! ti (M?os??.
Atrkns, ?radford Co , Pa., .Sept. IO? liiclosftd
Mease n???I draft for a?0 for 100 copi??? of paar ( ?rooaifB
pH er tWIeiiaa to he toot to my addie*, at Ataeai Hrailford
' i l'a . and 10 0Oflaa to the ?ddre?? of John N. (irifrin. Ihe?
, J'rud/ord ( o. Pa. Rnspwtful.y voi.n,
? hi? T. Hull.
? H amper, f?e-it. lt.?Ititiiftafd find a draft for S'M,
lfKT ?uti.i'riouooa fro? tbe little town of Hunden for Tub
[ .'AWrAios Tvcnirwa. Altbouf b we k?ve i?veril *.t>?ortber? to
| Dailv Tbibi'me. end a lerge aumraer lo tTe Sim Wki ai.r
?and iWhKKLo. tliere hit not t.tven the ?I jr?)t*-?t !.-' i..t. in oh
I taming on very short notice tbe ?ubcorlplioc? hore forwarded.
i A larjre proportion of tbe inhabltantsot our town ere thrifty sod
I tnte?ii?uilK-otch wlo hove boee eioce the o-gauisatioa of the
I KepiiblictiUjparty ?o uneoimous tait? ?upporl. at to mik? Ihia
I (h* baaaar Mapablieaa t?wn of UnlewareC'o. Th? msaueajea?
tioa party of Preaide?! Joboao?, whick hs la Irvine I? aiaire j
popular by a orutadeto the tomb c1 Do irlo? ?ni to alrengtbeB
'y demorilisins; tbe people he ?o dearly love?, ha? not only
failed a? ter a? heard from to dr?w from the Republican rank?
of lb.? town one ?ingle indoiwer of the ' n,y policy' pletform.
hut on the contrary, has already made eeverel proie!vte?, who
will give ni ibelr voiei at tke coming election. Your? trnly.
w s*, ??i aa a
Trcmassbup.?!, Tompkin? Cn.. N Y. Beat 10,
!8*sts.--IiieIo?ed pleato ?ntl e draft tor ?.'.'. 1 i, for which ?end
mo 117 c >ple? of lut ("AMPAio?? TaiBiBB (or three month?
V.ur? Srri'HKB Vouxa.
(?ENK8EB, N. Y., Su*-!. ID, l-_4>*.? Itirlosed plcs-wi
Cad draft for llVi. for which piss?? send I jo copia? Camiaio?
! kihi sr We know of bit (bree meu in this towa who have
beefl liepublicsri? who now lapport Johnion's policy, snd we
know more then iwioe that Bumlier who wil vote our ttoket
for the first time, this Fall?men who have alwey?, heretofore,
voted th? " Democratic tioket.' Youri, A launs
New-Rambcroh, N. Y.. Sept. 10?Plea?e fiml m
cb ?ed ?hock for |K>. ?ubacrlptioo prio? for lou oooim Cam
ralOl Ulm?! for thre? month?, which you will be kind
enough to bend to the eddren below. Yety trulv your?
J. Tah mai.k Vas Kr .???_? iii. a KB.
NeW-I.KBABOB 8pB1!??)S. N. Y., Sept. HI.?In?
closed And obeok on PitUflehl National Dank for I.IU. for
which plesss send to my addrea? 100 ooplei of 1 hi' CaBPAI'IS
Tkibi'M? tor three mouth? Youri truly, li. I) (Ia?, 1" M.
Nbw-Castlb, N. Y., Sept. 10.?tin losod ploa?*??,
find 130 for 100 copi?-? Wi HU Ininti for the Campaign
I Addms V. A. B??.8. New (ailie. Westcbeiter. Co.. N. Y.
i If not ??kirig loo mm li, li would he a great favor if >uti would
' und Uti enptei ef ike atore I? tit. Kitco. Vour? verv rehpect
I fully. Wa lina.
?*t. Alban?, Yt., S-rit. 9.-1 heww/ith sstsi you
| 110. I w?nt vou to ?end Wf ropie? of Thk Tbihi vu to som?
plaet where in your judgment they will do the moat damage
I polit v ead advaiif ihn cause of right. Doping that
I tbe cause of ?If ht may prit ail, I reuialu jonj?, ft o ,
,. *** mm ?u * ? J i li: ?mr?
I'KSTRAL BBIDOB, N. Y., i^pt. ll.i-?lli-PliiliMlBl.
' phM Corventton, toe Preildsnts eleelion??ring tour, his
I speeches nod hu troocbery to the patts that elect??! him to
i orbit, fsT io d??w Union mso to the hybrid concern known a?
I tbs -I").r ?o'? party, ?von In thi? ttrougbold of Seoeoiion Demo
1 ?Mata On taeoontrary, it only s?rvet? to itiiaolate the lovers
'. of ths Union and liberty lo eura eserllon ?rthasaeSBM of
our ticket, ?nd we have no doubt of our final triumph. I pur
poae distributing a number of Cabkaiom Tbihi ??ks arnon?;
?hot? who take no paper?, and ion* who do. and tim*.- ?bo
j ar? lukcoarm or doubtful, knowing that II mott do good. I
have a U?t of If. and uiey ?nereus? the namher from tim? to
I time.? Yoa will Bnd i? closed If, for which please sead the
' papers, and obli_i? your reciisvetfully. JoHN II. Hoick,
PostBiaater. Central Bridge, Schoherie County, > ^
HrNTiivoTON. I?. I.-1 incluse (tuck for fllO tor
J O i more oopie? of Thi WTf.si y t imbi bb for the (?mpeigu.
Pleeee ?end tho-te to John Kobbim. Poatmaater at Bahvloa.
Yuan. Thomas J. Hall
Aya' Ay?' Captain Toa w?ro tb? first mea to ?<?nd a
club for 100. How many moro club? do yon propo?e to
send ?-(Ed. Tbib.
TSKM*'
?J enpilafot thtO? m?Bt!l?.?J|
ti eopl** for Ihr** taoBtti!.,.,. I
JH copi** foi tbr** mouths. .|B
ni nipt** f?r thie? month?. Via
lal ropi*? for ihre? noiih?.IIB
P?y*bl? ?iveivs 1? ?dvaiaci.
Tb? pap??? to h? Mut te ?ne address
Ad?r?eeTaa Tbibcib, New York City.
M?ne. i-. " ? t. ...>li Mirtmili-n. Tit*?. a-ranf-em?nt?
fur .???n-.. I? ? \- i ?ni Italy iir-> mci-teia? rapid
Ijr. Auother heavy tUiprnunt of sr >M <o New-York ha?
jual be -n tataV _
IxiMMTlC WEW8.
tit tirai <lav ut ti ? H.bok.-n rae??? t.M.k plac* yettardav
?t Un, i? . 1 - l.v attendance, but not "??
larr? a-, until lint.-1 i.? '? ?' e*M a hordta mm mt tve
tiiilob and e.ght lii_i.ll'- fuf ? bu-b thfre wera hie ?Dtri.-a,
! - k, (l-nt-ntl Williinii? B
cut t-i I I.i I?-AA.'? NtlU i rod lf?ck wat the winnr-r.
Tit_?4:')l|. Thtaeil - but 1or a pn-mmm ot
???jo. .sut: nd Ki ..''.-t:.-".il i;k1i_i..;i l.
Fordham, I.ad J Dm Bryant, I-'-L Blea-iMtoa. and
Hlarkhir.1 k. ..ic-tliw ?oJ wa? til? winn.-r. lime 1 I.,..
Tbe bul race wM ___a_?M_*, bert t_iM la Ita, hrtAv-.-u
KincldbAvo.??! ind Lad) l-l---'' -*' 'i> Ibi-ehaeti
run, Kind.'titwood *-)_-_-_ th? two laat. Time-1 SO;
I vi, I iii 1 '-..lu i? a atrH'pl?! cha-ie over th roo unie?
eif (a.: huii ?nie t ?.i.
Th? ttaat-. ball mate lb for the cliampit-n-hip came? ?>(f j i???
terdny at li-.Lok. n. ( Iv.-r I.-.!??) -pert it?.? were ti*?_ent.
The rontc-tan!? wer?-the Atlantic Club of Brooklyn and
th.- M itual of N.'vr-Yr-.rk. It wa? a m??' nicttini,' -uti.
and r.'?ilt.'d ia the Atlaottoi gaining ,7 run8 -o the
Miitni.l? I '
'lTTaOuTo Kiv'-r, at Ptttt-thetg, Ya. li II h__**_i
aud i? mil nsiiip?. atavigitioo ii tairlr opaaed Ra Um
ae.u?0D, ami iteanien? ne- ltftltla| daily vim We-tern
frcii'ht".
At Newburgh, la**' rift-t? there vu otu- mt the turnt at?
thuiiaiUt- BMttiaattr? neil iq that cr.). It was _i..I.t
the au-picc? id the Soldi'M' and .Sailor?' A-ao?iation.
RatataM At,-ri made) by Col. Newton and (?en. Van Wyrk.
The voter? of N.-wb'irdi intend f-iving a r >w*in* majority
for Feilton und u Hadical I
THK PEN'MM. CA-fYAM.
John II. Kuti li ti m ha? I?.-.-n raatMiaatal l?y aoulama
tiuii, M laiiili.Iali- loi I II Xllth t'ougr-stiotial District of
New-York.
A State Cotivt-nt-o-i r.f l?oTt in ?lue will be held at Bur?
lington, Vi., m. th.- 1. i.i. (?utlio ltth amuiilar ruenliuk*
will lit-luid ?t Har". I L- |.'i'|"'*" i* t.. .?I.-it dele
g-t.'i to the Noliliura and Bti-BTI (J invent ion to Uke
piare HI l'lltrlilllRll "? -M i-'iib.
Tim lion. HtiiiiII'.h Ward a a? tiBiniiiioualy nominated
for thcNWIItli ( '..iT-i-i-sTon-l Diitnct of thit State at
llomi-Hvilli-, Aeittrdiiy
NEW YORK CITY.
In tin? N'orlte l.itniditi a I ???? v MtaMBf* !,. t ire ('em
niiaaiiincr Newton, th priri.i n ?? r vu, .i:t.-r i .:in I ttaUl
datar, arodui i i la Conn, and ?av.. buniolf op lalla
- mitl. ?ri'fs. Mr lattt-aui-li, the (Joutib*.! tor
tin" iv . in i, imtnl Bude -? Itagtaj irgaawat,
after trhiaa tee an wa* -_.oerBtd to alm.t Utprodat
tion of an iiujM rtrti-.i w.tn????. N ."lto will probably be
turned over to titi? ("Tanita Government.
Tin- third mi ii r. i-nt i .?i iba (Jai m Yu ht Ctal muh
off yattan]ty. Tbe ittke->botl wa- lacboradlaOaataat
Buy", about'n m b ??- It' 'termilk Cha'Ui.'l and th.
nuira.- t~Mt-OM tbi t-aka4 at to the bl ty mt tin- loath'
AA ??t sp, t uni r itara. Dall t? I I. at. were filler-., tin?
Kiiik'Iim' a-ui ci .m?-, At Ift'-ftthtT tmmIi atartri: *t I 5t
the Pon i iel, htattag the OlaaM hy
uiiie umita.'-.
Ai ? BWttiaf of tin- ??.arl of ll>'?ltli fetl mitm * I
tinii wai ililli'' siniiiry Bapanatttdeat,
With an iii?|?.T '..f a ii - It. ira! to: -, to M J ttd Id l-tl?
eh'?tcr, Nonli Barta and Mlll.Mllia and d?i?t? ' '
(Itcaa ?bert cbolara I ?prertlled An *pj>ro|.nation of
1(1,000 ?a? uiai!'- to thu t ity and $.'?,00:) to 'W.klyi.
ROCKS ami -LABU i>
(i.?Id tju?ra at I? ? after ?piling at liol. The tupply of c??'i
gill hat btM ?I.ululant t? ?lu ? ami Irirft' amnunti war. bar
rowed li?t OortTtaMtl ?toe k? are lower, and the old
aaeltdat HOI?; IH'i. new at IO. I, It Mt al ti ami: Bl
1 _-", * - At tin S , ntnl I', mr.l th-ii arket wat heaTj. UoneT uri
call i? i tar i ti it, with ?uwrr rate? on (i .irrrtimei.t?. hMB
tnrrcial p pt r no iliatiir,,. i.f ooii?.'.?oen?-<-. In l .-ti?;.'? the an
?f?|tfi.ieiit? to I.ii.'ii""".: ir? II i?) baahall r-orn. at l|d.. and
trer aleamer. 7 i??> binh"li rum. al Til !.. l.lia) hal?? 10'tm .
Ti l61., und -.'??> batta cheeie. at ita. 'lo I-mduiu
lnialiel? iMrn ni t.|T I" Bf?-IM ?B? Illida ItbtMt at : '?
dd ai5*., lr?lta?.'t t.iliji-i o at 7a i.T t-? li l,M0trOlbr_l
rye, at 1|d.. ?a?!-') t'.u? tura l>.w,nl at!'? A hark of I
ititi? wti? abai I? I ?I wi'.L T,'?ki till.? p--tr.il am, to Antwerp.
Bli.?. _
f?p' On nur insidi prij/r. mt to-day null he futnd a Re?
mine of llirry I orme ill's Memoir of t'knrle? Limb;
the I'uldie ir-.'iltl, I'.dt.e Rumtrti the Turf: Base Ball
Mnlek for tbi limn fit m ?hip. lorniner.ini Miller-, "lit
Mar Let Ripurtf.
1 in" iiiltlr?' ..I " M - M He Convent t.:i
call* Mr. .li.tiUK.ii idaaftaaill?a ...tt-rt!irv
tii'i-iTiii tin? Di'iii'.i rat? haat ni rataaaai tatkfa
A snlilitTri' tnet'tiiie wai li-'ld at Eouiavill', I
Wiitltit-vlay, wliirli-ilt>?.ti .1 r.'?i.!i.*.oii? ?. , .? i,
Rou a??" m fur i t'liiii. Mr. Qfiaa.0. Tim wa? lui
onuiiftli, but t!ii-y ii, id?' t' ?? ti; .' ? ?? " vi- ,r ?? by .:.
Mi. ?taaataa.
Thefaln? preteiiMf that (i.-n (Irani and Atlt-virtil l'?r
ragut itidor.iM the l'r?--i'b-:i'. ? |u.]i y i- "vpo.?*d by a
diiTjiatcti fi"m C tluabai Vhioh Avci print thw ni',.
TI,.- (.?(iiijilo have not been uiialed ou thi* point, a?
their diacriminatit . , ?ni?.*lally MM '.
It ii tin. utaal i i"on u: Mr. .-?.wartl t>? idilr???* tin
ritiidns cf Auburn on tai nii*iit befnro Hit? elexlioii
Thin year, tin- DM?t? rat? have laflgad thl principal
hall, mid hi- will addfatl them, f *?niLl anything moro
forcibly j?oint Um - t"l hut i! al hil a;?" ' 11 '
Mr .lohiiRon will lu? (.Ud when ti? n back ia YVv-h
inrton. but tin- |i'o;il. mil I..' ?vii BtaM i*rit
ifuHl. II?- than la make Ina tour rui elt-c
tifdiperini- jtnirii'-v, i:ii hil ?poi'i'lirM an aal-M
tirade Igaiaat C'Tik*.-.-?", rl now ret;.? the
beintit of tin- iiiiitak.-. Wo reirr.it Maa - I Mi t< tint
at PiUalmr**, h?t Bifht, itud ItfMl moro that the
Prebidenf jirorokod them Tho lustory of hu trip,
nays 'l'a. Nation. IBNM like an evil dreaiii?wo wi?b it
were n<> more.
Thi- MaMaohaaatta (Jalea Mate Ctnivtvaiitioii
uiiaiiiiutiii-iv raaoauaattd fMtarlarj ?li <?fthn
.-,, frmii li'.vriioi'down, tu I i'|i) tickt-t will, of
courv, bo ri-olcct'-d by ,i vote probably lar-Kr thmi
thal <'i \Btm\ \Ahen (?or. BulltMik huai bui Bu\jUt
majority. In thal y ear tim lull vot?i of the i-tute wa?
not polled. ThiaFallH aatII ht dill.r.-nf. -?t'iiator
Wil.-Miu ??redieda 100,000 niajority, wini li i? ni.
much to expect if the gunin in Mtkitadiu-ett- cirr?
?pond with those d Maine. The L'onreiitnii th'.n
reoeivoil tbe Southern lota?-d?, win? aaM enhu-ia?
tically AVi'lcoiiii'tl. We print in full the onuueiit
?peiAch ol (Jen. Ilullei.
0BOANIEATIOB IX ot i: i IT).
I m- liVpiililu an-L'uioQpurty iii tin? City i- t.b- .ii*
tirely reorirain/.-il lort li av it li. 'I he iii-w foruiatitii of A?
Bcmbiy* Dibtiktr? nqoixad thl : but U ra aiaaaa*j <*n
many tccouii'?. Our bt-i.-i ol repreaentation irai io
luniiat oiiaiy u.'ii'.'utI?900 roten ia otrt__n lower
Wiird? haviiir? ii? urirb weidit in our ('t-in.-ril Coiu
mittces and X(?miiiat'ni- Coiivrntion? u- '.'..'.DI liring
" np town "?th-t ?ross tbu-x-s ami a ron-*? vere in
oritable. Then certain uiannirers ha.l " fot Mc run''
of Uie old uiiicliiiii-n. ami thev ran H with an eye to
No. I. It wa? Ir.?-!! time lo wipe mit and ink? a fair
?tart.
The ?state Convention ha? dono wW] in dreding
a reorganization avIih h hhnll be radical and tlnroti-*!).
Bath Atvembly Iiiitiic-t i? to be rupreaenUnl in our
General and Nominating Caoauaitta? bj a n uiberof
delegate.-, proportioned to its vote for Liucoln h Ml
There i? to be a rre-h rei-i?tritionniad(! in uah lutru t
of all the legal voten who ?up?M>rt the State ti Ami
nominated at Syrat i-e; and those thu? regi-derel ?ne
tobe voter? in our Primary Mt'etinir? herraltr-r
The registration in ca?]i A?rcmbly I)i,triU ?ill be
made on Monday and Tuesday tmmuuft of neil xteh .
and we evhort every Republican nut only b be
promptly on hand for regiitration, but to _*?*? L
friendh and neighbor? to do likewUe. Let ui, tor
once, have our committee? and nominations mad' by
the grett mai* of those to whom .hey mut-t loot for
t-npport. Let quiet people who u.-u illy abitam Vom
Primar*' Meeting* be nid'ii-e-l to ret-ist? r their cain??,
io a? to have a voice in nutters ol th.? highett ftblk
coBcern. Clique? and cabals tarif! all their bai, lui
influence from the negleot ti their duties by the peat
body of citi-en*; if every man had Ins fair pivt in
?electing candidates, we ihould geldom have bad
ones.
Friend? in every district' let M have a full r?giv
tration! It udeiirabie io many r<- j..-. !.. nwillio?!
nothing but an hour of Monday or Tiic-d-y eranng
to etch of u?. Speak to your l.cp'ihlicaii neighxi:?.
and urge them to attend to tint rlutv
If Mr. JahaaM liad taken Um gn.uii.i tlitt no it-rni?
cooid fi?.tfijJly b-.- isff?j i.._, Ug U.V.I (Ml ? ?
and that they might iiucofid.t.Qnaily return, hL> course
in respect to Congre?*?, would btv, in some sort, excus
nl)lf. As it is, his violent denum-atiou., of Cunero.??
have co foundation in rea?on, and every argument
directed against its action applied with greater force
|f_Mt Ml own.
OF THUNDER.
When the badly-fagged party of Prfetorian tonristr
got the new. from Maine, we i au imagino a perf?:,t
chorua of exclamations. "Thunder!" said Mr. 8ew
a-d, smiling with agony. " Thunder, hy-? I " mid
the President, with hii usual deUttcal playfulm:--.
"Thunder! "echoed tho bob-tad of the body-guard;
and then, by way of consolation, they all went to
dimitir and tho docanters.
?Without deigning to lecture our readers apon elec?
tricity, wo beg leave to observe that there are two
kimi? of thunder?the theatrical, which they make
with gong? in the play-house-, and tho real article,
from the right-hand of Jove hiui?elf. If some zoologi
cul proprietor will be good enough to lend tis an ele?
phant, we will engage to get up a great deni of thun?
der of a certain kind in town and country, ii'Ml
march the bea.?t from one settlement to another, all
the little boys will come out and choor. Poor child?
ren! let thom ( licer' they have never seen an ele?
phant before' And ft President may bo but a beat
of smaller growth. Wherever he goes, 999 _4_ora-of
siglito? rome together to find out what be i? like. The
moment he -?hows the tip end of Ml proboscis, the
crowd begiuri to bell >w. There is a deafening tripli?
cation ?>f huna.?. The proud mau puts in au appear?
ance; and
?" I?reet in a little bri?f antkority,
Moat ignorant of whet Le * mott essared,
lin gleeey ei?*nee, like an angry ape.
Plays ?aob fentaitu- trick? before high Heaven
At make e en ?age!? ween."
That is "thunder; nothing but thunder '"? and not a
bit like it. The noise which a Thirty .hou-and auti
A?liiiiiii*trati?m majority make? down among UM piney
wooii.? of Miine is niuiih nearer the real reverieration
?the live thiiiidur leapiug from crag to crag. Ii must
be admitted that we have had three very remarkable
storms this season. There wa? .he ('iniiiectii_ut tem
p.'-t, then the Vermont gale, and now BMBM tatt
Mi in? hnrri. MM Tliuri? is no mistake about it; when
the people thunder, it 1-1 no fSOg nor tin-jian, nor
?heot-irou l)!i-iii(-i?, but thunder in real earnest.
Other St i'i s .in. ni?,) getting ready tiicir little oxln
bitnm?. New-York i.?. nfMtld to thunder vignroii-ly
und nrtgoly; Pennsylvanii is near enough to Mike
itraclf hoard in Washington; Ohio liana way of thun*
dering of her own which i*? very ?-tpre-nive: Mi?hi
L'riu han a line voice both for .?in? and ?"uality ; ';'.
t-hu.-ets invr yet failed to pMffclBI well. There will
be a sii(Tt'**ion of thunder? like that produced when
UM j"Hy Dutch ghosts play at niue-pius OH th?? (' i'
kill mountains. There has been nothing like it since
Ihe long-iull of the k?. i! itBMM IMBfcl the sluiii
bsria| spirit of tho North and We-t, and the votih?
mon ol til? lind kaR_at to the MOM of the Cou-titii
tion. ' My Policy " is a very large elephant, but
?" Voy Papou " l???eit?s If to lllll'ler*?. Tiley have 1 lal
|g__ iii tl.iI W!i;V ?lol*?*, bit, 1! UM Pi
will (cine down the Avenue, and take a look ?at- the
neit Congre**, we will allow him a collection ol n. -u,
bens worth all hi*
"Anthropopagl. end men whoto h??d*
I) ? grow beneelh tkeir ?boulders ."
INVOKING Till CONSTITUTION.
Th.* .?- 1* U.-!.iiiii 'Iciiioii .irati'Hi at iliriuii.gli ira
: ??o litth; alarm anio'ig th?? T')rio-i and fur
?rood uni idIBi ???nt reasons. With s clearer yfaion,
and a hett-r BjfVMilthM ti 'h'' *.'.u.t:ou, thaiI The
Totn Tim's?who tells u? that revol'ition in
? Kuglaud is a ino: ?1 iiii?)..??ili..ty?*.!?e English Tory
ii i", .l.-titly Weis d.-ij'.iiirl???! at t-ethr-ev
MjMCl of affaire, and aamostly tloprotate? the agita?
tion for impartial suffrag?' which has j? 1 -?t I ..u
inaugurated in the old ??lUtitry, ft-i of mini?
te-'I;,- revulutionary tendon..., ami, therefore?
a, ti.riling to the idea? of the reactionary
party, at least?-d iBgMIBI '
1 I it. iglj urged ti? !. . k1.
on their armor for tho fight heiore them, le meet
agitation with agitation, to take tiicir stand up"" tho
t..1, Kital "ii. an'! tn unka tl.??:r appeal Bl the people*
urging u|Hin the-.n Um | 1 .!.-;, of rall;, mg in
support ol' the ti!i;''*hi)ii?ire.l instit itioiis d
((?uiitry. We have just been reading one journal
I of no mean reput<\ that make.? an almost fruuii,
appeal in thi- strain to the uConstitutionalist??:"
? Will y.i-i .till be apathetic'" it a?ks. "Willyun
i .?till la nothing, ??thor by pre?? 01 platform, to aare
th?- country I Will you still refus?? t?? confront Igitl
tioii with agitation) Will you insanely imagine,
with the courtiers of Canute, that the rising tide ot
reliellion can be chocked and tout roi led by a ?.mi!?? B_
contempt ' If so, the Constitution of Kngland will
not long endure. If so. Republicanism of the worst
type will shortly replace a constitutional govern?
ment." All very fine thi?; but it ->trik?--t us forcibly
that such a mode of dealing with a vitally important
'I 1'-'?on i.? but a resort to the obi dariel which in?
justice and oppre-tsion have ever employed to It
the cause of truth and rsj_lit. Mr, Bright and the
Knglifh Reformers are 1 harged with appealing to
the passion? and prejudices of the working
1 la??,-?. Tn whuf, we ?i?k, are appeiN
of thi.? kind iidiros-e.!, if not to the preju?
dices and passons of the aristocracy T It looks
prudently conservative, ami has the complexion of
patriotism about it, to invoke the CoBMftBtkM? but
who does imt seo that hore Constitutionalism 1.?
dragged in to justify wrong in the upholding ??f c1 Ml
legislation ' If, h?. wever, the Tories aro to go before the
Knglish people with ?Le Con-titution in their hands,
theil it ?s ?nfc to predict th?- ?;.ly and utter defeat
of the party. The Coustituti??!!, 111 it. es.eut?. and
fundametitiil prino.ple?, IWegMBM no politice
ditttitittioiLS. (lu the contrary, it was frame?!, aud b
intended.to secure to every reputable ainl law-abiding '
citiien his full political rights. It.? broad ?ig?, covers
all. It knows no exclusion, save that which the
wrong-doer himself creates by his own evil deed..
That it has been perverted irom its original purpose
to serve seltish and party end-, is no reason why it
should continue ti be abused,but constitutes ratlu-r the
-iri'ii/est possible argument in tavor of radical reform.
Hy fill moans let the Knglish Tories go before the
people with the Constitution in their hands. They
will lind it 11 fiitmiilablt? weapon: only? it will be
turned again.! th? ?????'Ive- with terrible effect.
But it is not in England only that what is called
Constitutionali-m i? pleaded in defonae of oppression.
It is not in Kiii-land only that it is wickedly sought to
to destroy liberty with weapons robbed from her own
armory. In this country we hear a good deal now-a
days abont the Con-titntion, ai.d the necesntv ol' pre*
?st-rving it intact. From the depths of our heutti? we
??ay. let it be ?o prcMTVed. Hut we wnnt the Consti?
tution in it? integrity. We want to koo the Con_tttu
tionon which our Ino (?"Verninent is based operative
in all tho amplitude, all the UMbbm. of its original
sacred purpo-o. It proclaims, aa ita fundamental !
axiom, that all men are born free and equal. It guar- j
antee? to each ol' the State? a Republican form of
BaBWBBMBt Ii ???"I- with man a* man, and it ret og.
11,?es no government ?nivo that which ii the _n II N
ol'ho ?ahole j?o?)'i!ar will. We too, then, plead for
the Constitution, but for the Coii-titution in it? Adam
and ita purity. And wo have no mi?giving* a. to ti..?
result. ir?e. Roth here and in Kngland a
bur and (Ii?|i,L?.iona!(i IffUl '" iir-t ??nu? ipi.?- _% Dili
matter will be certain to ??-?ii the ?loom of the oppres
f-or and to a-?ure the complete triumph of liln-r: v.
A (oloieil Minn iiniiin ? nt 11 . ?Ii bih.ilf ,i?" ],, j,,.,,,
pie, " What It.ive w.? tltuie, what have Ml ml. that
oiiii in- ii tated ?ni'i .?hot ii?,\?n 1,_ 1
??U'- aid W?i)'.'?di;.-UiUl lU $*__l\ _n_ typst u
the North' We have done nothing to offeud any
mau '" The-e are sad questions, hut the colored peo?
ple aro guilty of an offeii-O which Rebels and Copper
h? ad?, cannot forgive?they are Free. Freedom in the
unpardonable sin.
THE FOOL AND HIS MONEY.
There is need to-day of a vigorous protest against
ft serious and growing abuse. It sterns that, not
content with tho achiovemonla m paths of hon?
orable distinction which have made Americans
j'jHtly proud, not content with having the best
country, the best government, the bravest army, the
finest generala, the greatest navy, Admiral Farragut,
Hoe's Printing Press, tho Mississippi River, and
the New-Roetielle Blackberry, Niagara Falls, Mr.
.Morue and Dr. Franklin, two inventors of chloroform,
three Websters, and ao forth and so forth, an intermin?
able list of great names in every department;?not
content with this altitude in excellence, we are striv?
ing to reach au equal ominence in badness, and are
just now turning our attention to the getting np of
lotteries, the moro reading of whoa? "schemes," as
they are well called, is calculatod to roduco the hearer
to that state of stupefied astonishment that his pockets
can be picked with impunity by the unscrupulous
inventors of theo? fraudulent devices.
The reader may think wo are in a jocular rat-Kid,
but wo are only so far moved to laughter as a man
may bo who see . ?hut even wickedness ha? a ludicrous
side, and that, painful as it may bo to ase innocence
duped, it is not always equally painful to our unre
genefate nature t?> tee greediness overreached by cun?
ning. But, we are by no means disposed to treat
these lotteries a? a jest, however little to be pitied we
may think the greater number of those who buy
tickets. Wc do nut forget that the smaller number,
however small in proportion it may be, must ?llway?
li" made up of those whose very ignorance supposes a
condition ol'life in which the loss of the price of a
ticket is -enou-ly felt, and to whom the po-aossion of
a line engraving of any picture under the aun, must
seem a mockery when they compare it with what they
have parted with, or with what they hoped for. And.
yet, it i-very difficult to know just how to a'ti-k
thiel organ i ???d ?w indies so as to squelch them ef?
fectually. They are most c irei'ully planned in every
iustanco to elude existing laws made for the very pur
pi.-e of repressing thetn; and they asaiim. by their
pretensions a hi?'h place ammig the agencies of social
rotineinetit. The most delicate euphemisms vail their
inherent rascality, and under the name of ?Art Unions,
Art Asstniatteoa, or liift Knterprises, they conceal the
Ii' t that they are simply lotteries open to all the ob
JeetfeeM, and liable t" all the censure that belongs to
those traps for the unwary. If we hold our tongue
about them, und . uffer them, day after day, to lay
their nets without a warning, we are reproached by
the gulls that they so plentifully make, with indiffer
euee to the public welfare: ii, moved by wrath, we
try to pillory the rogues, they impudently f
and UuaetBO us with libel. And, so. we are too often
tempted to bt them go their ways, and plunder unoh
?irui ted, < datent with keeping our own pockets but?
toned when we go by their doors, and with warntng
our young and green acquaintances in private to do
the same.
Bit there really i- no reason **hy so many people
lM be victinii.od by tho." thieves, as we know
there are, in a country like ours where we boast of a
widely ?liU'u-e?! intelligence ami ??diio.ition. How can
any man who think- at all,bow cm any man who read?
his newspaper alfil, and cons tho oft-repeated storr? -
oftho tr.ik- of MO ni'lr.-l-. Mill ml great, be ready
to Hwall.jw with eager appetite a similar bait when it
is oftred to bim ' Think ol'a man of ordinary intell:
i>stuo? pernalng ?erlously any one of l-?fo preposterous
" m lioiiii'.s " winch are now being advertised all ?'Ver
UM ? outitry so per.i.-tently, and at such an enormous
OSPOOOO, io! theo deliberately going and purchasing" a
j ticket, ai if he l??-li?-v.-J all Um prospectus has toldbun '
II? will turn away from u beggar who runs oil her glib
I roll of lies, Kimo of which, must at least, judging by
: Um pat? nt rag- sod leanne-?, !"? founded in truth: !,,
will give a -ililier?who tries to support, by tin? sale
of books or newspapers, tho miserable mamid life the
enemii's of his country have spared?the cold shoulder,
and perhaps the insulting word; but the stories of the
j lottery.men meei with h.? rc:-i),-itful attcution. It
?i :ns wonderful, but so doe* every species of fatuity.
, to the cool and the sane; and perhaps nothing is mor?
l'Ile than to attempt tu reason willi thus?; who MOU
determined to be deluded. " When a woman _?__
tate?,'' ?ays somebody, "she i.*, lost. When aman
heeitatee, Bl wishes to be lost." And the man who is
taken in by these gift enterprises, or lotteries called
by whatever name, only declares that he hankered
after the plea ure of being swindled, and ought t?> be
congratulated on the completeness of his gratifica!.on,
rather than pitied for tho extent of his loss.
But, ?"'?io reader with more than childlike inno?
cence will aak: " Aftor all, suppose one does get the
great priae !" Let him open his oars and listen, for an
1 answer, to the rumors that already begin toc?me ?mm
I the We?t:
?"The firm of I.ndlatn. Rale A Co. condnotor? of the '('real
' North VYeatci n i litt Concert.' failed'oa Monday, the l.u'i end
? thoto who invested are minu? their money ?nd gifts. One of
? t?o firm had ?biconded with |7*>.uon. ?nd the others were pre?
paring to leave ? beu the police srreited thom.'
And, already, from Chicago we hear a report that a
panic has spread among the purchasers el ti?-k-.-ta to
the great scheme thert?, and that it is -?ermu-ty
proposed to have no drawing made. Any day tins
bubble may burst, as others have done before it, and
it ? ?riainly will add nothing to the public confidence
to be told that it is not yet known whether so-and-so,
who is abundantly able to do it, will content to nay
back to the ticket-buyer the money they have iii
vente?]. Ib case the scheme is abandoned ' The cool
impudence with which these bogus promises are made
to a presumably asinine public, is aa uothlng to the
(.1 impudence with which those promise.-? are broken.
Hit. after all, it has nothing to do with the right or
' tnroag "f the matter whether these lotteries aro car?
ried out iii ac-ordauce with the published programmes
or not. They owe their success principally to two
eaoeeei one is the light estimation in which Amori- I
cans hold money, and which is quite easily compati- I
ble with the worship of the dollar which, if you w.ll,
is their characteristic; the other is, the eager haate to
be rich, which wo share in common with the rest of
the world. We think nothing of a dollar, in one
sense, though far too much of it in another; aud wo
aro, one. and all, infected with the wild delu?
sion that fortunes are constantly being made
by chanco, by accident, by luck, by any means,
in short, except hard working and plain living,
and until economy becomes a more popular virtue in
America than it is at present, we suppose there is
very little hopo that tho number of dupes to these
enterprises will bo considerably lessened bv any
amount of warning. Wo believo it is etiquette, now,
to think tivo dollars tho smallest sum that a gentle?
man can givo to anylxxly for any cause or ?servic*.
Weare un the verge of an era when even tho boot
boy., ? .11 not " do the heels " under that trifle, and
it follows, ol course, that anything which costs less
than what is popularly known in polite circles a? a V
i? ?.f no account whatever. Ticket? f?jr gift enter?
prises, when at par, are usually placed luw, in order
to It-IMB a larger bhoal of weak tish and gudgeon,?,
and it is taken for granted that the whole bulk of the
Ion will bo so minutely divided among individual?
that the snffering will be easily borne. Where the
prues aro made fabulously large, indeed, as ia some
recent instances, of course the tickets are held by
sp," il.itorsat a great advance on the original price,
and the los? ia likely to bejmore serious than in other
But human nature may be relied on for the
poeeeiwi?.n of a good deal of the pride that tears to be
' ? '? - ? ? -.I m"?! d?![?., wii'i',,1 rathet -?uffer
thoa ospni their tully Bos?leosiy? sol I a?rien
l_u__*a tyUyi .a?._ ____ \m ia; Um log vf i l'y? _?_;
rjT5
lam than for the dincredit of having l?een '* takea
Therefore we see little hope that these dwindling un?
dertaking?, will be arrested by any outbreak of popula?
indignation.
And that thoy ahould und their coup de grace in the
suddenly awakened -exception of our peo?>la ti
the truth that " riches are not made in a day"
or in any practical beliof in the gt>od old law
about tho "dignity of Lal>or'' is equally hope
leu. The dignity of labor in .omethiiig the
world never did believe in, aad never will. Men
in the) m_.i.i will always thirk labor winn they can.
either by slaveholding, offico-rwlding?whi : h U only
another name for ?laveholding?begging, borrowing,
stealing, murdering; and io on, and there ia ne se
in thinking to euro it. And until it ii cured, the au-ta
of lotteries will endure, and people will buy tra-tir
tickets and be duped until their money is gntie.wbioh,
it may be added, will go a long time before thair
credulity. No, the only way to cure thin evil ii, '?to
stamp it out" by ?triugont, persecuting laws; to fiant
it down in the courts, to drive the men that deal in it
and profit by it, from decent society, and to br_-?l
them in the public prints and iii public places an de?
liberate swindlers, far more worthy of tho State
priton than the majority of convicted tin?, res.
THE NEXT CONGRESS.
The Hon. Joh* II. Krr.*___i_ wa? yeatorday Bom.
inated for reelection to Congrega in the Dtitctii-M dit
trict with enthusiastic unanimity. He will be olee ted
by a bounteous majority.
Thus far, th? Hepubltcan-UnioninU of our -Mala
have made nominations for Congress a? follow*:
X I) it.hr?*, C?lnable?Jut H. !??-?.?
XVII 8? Lawtrnrr ?rankin? t'ihii T ilitt.ii.
XX Hrrkimrr. I.rwii Jr.rr??-?_>?_,? u l..?....
XXI. tjuriia- Hr? .riC'iiiiiti.
XXII. l>iwr?u HaUaiu-Hiiti Citia-u
XXIV <?/!?? Wayur-TiMttt? a Pint?.
XXVII e-hrmiin? llriibrn Sr-luTl-r-H.a.i?? W.?.
xxviti BBatta aaaatanw n???
XXVI Chilli? [ I rriiriMlu lluir-.-l....!
?Every on?? of these isa Metnb.ir of the pre-ieat
II..U" ?ave Mr. Chnrcliill; and be au:.t>>'ds by rota?
tion Mr. Holmes, Avhoio course miv*.? tho h.'.irfy ap?
proval of liis constituent-;. Several of them ?re irtiwig
tlie ablest as all of them are among tho fir___??t op
posers of the President'? ill-stirri-.l " policy." Mont
ol the reuiaii.ing majority Members will Ikewisa lu?
renoniuulwd. uiile?.s they peremptorily il-i-liue, an
three or four are understood to do. New-York haa
eighteen opponents of th.? President'? poli.iy in ?-_-_
present House; ?he will have more than twenty in
tile next. ____________________
A It AR DEMOCRAT
Al .t iiiiiii..- pil dinner given M ?B 81 Nicholas oa
the '-*.d of February. IM, an.l pri??id?*?l over by
Mayor Opdyke, Johu T. Hoffman otifra?*-?! the pro
pritTi.'? of the occasion by a covert but bitter attack
on President I.inioln and his supporters in pro*?*
ruting the War for the Cniou. He insiated that th?
North was equally culpable with th.- ?South for in?
citing the War, that the whole army ** as devoted ._.
d'en. McClellan, and continued:
" Altho'igh we are bonnd to pay olie-'eno? to th? flovr-trt
menr. nothing- fbrbidt int*llli?*nt men to ?liac-te the -*o_?y of
t!i? (iovevutnent. The People rill, at all ha/ard?, diaraM it.
arid they will insist that the War ihull b? ?o t o_di..;le_ ?a am
to make slams frit."
?John Van Buren. Samuel J. Tilden, Thou-M (..
Eields. and other Democrats, spoke on the occaaion?.
hut no one insulted the Mayor and other Kepablioana
present by a Copperhead diatribe but John T. Hoff?
man, now the Johnson candidate for Governor of our
?nit.' _____________________
The. Etening Post asked a? a question with regard
to the Hon. Thaddens SUi-ens, which we answered m
frankly and- fully as we could have done if giving
testimony on oath before a judge and jury. We can?
not see, on reviewing that an.,wer, how to make it
clearer, yet The Post keeping every ptrt of that brief
answer from Itant?MB, ?ays:
?? The Tkjbims ?till refute? to aniwer onr <? ir??tion?a. ? ? ?
So far as w? eau Judg-e __? TbUUBI U not o-apoaed I? Mr.
Kteven't influence in tbe Hanie, it does dftlre tarte? him alala
la leider and matter ?if the l-'publiran pa: ty in the Hone?,
It dori not eondemn the policy of eonflu ?tu?-, and degrada!
lion of the -tut??, vhicih he hat recent!? aunoiiBced. mir w11
it warn the K-puhli.-an party ?gaunt ibis policy ti da-frro-a
io iii mit.eaa. Wa are led't.? tup-rua. idete thlnt-s by Tua
Tarni ni.'? ?vitions; bot ve ?till wait for a atra! rutter wart
?i.i-or. '
? The Ft* says this, well knowing it to Ik? false
that The Tribi'si "doe? no1 taaiaaa. the policy o.
confiacatton," and knowing also that th. only
"-HHiTMiim ol'the Stat ??" wo f*v*r is the Imj-bJ
equality of their loyal with their disloyal ciluena. Had
TI? Post allowed it? readers to see our answer to it?
question, they would have detected its fraud. It
talk of our "evasions" would have lx-en rendered
ridiculous and detesttble hy simply printing our reply
to its question: -?> it suppresses this, and tells ita
readers that if is what it is not. And it tikes earn
neither to print nor to aniwer our inquiry whother it
de-ires the reelection of Guv. Fenton. Such it
Th' Evening Pest. Ia it strange that its sub?.rtlren
are dropping it I
The Xew-Orleant Tribune thus speaks of the oondl
tion ot loyalists in the ?"-routh:
' When a teacher ?-etea to tome villana aad opens a teh-ol for
O-lored children, he it tarne?! out and not teldoen lt*?..at-L
I ttablied or killed. When a maa ti liheral principie? ipeaka of
i liberty and human rt?;hu la our e uittry paritlea. Be ia at oaoa
threatened with aaaaa?ination. Th?-ro ii no political lit?-?rt v ?a
the iHiiith. outiide of a ftv oltlaa. and ?ve? la th???? ?lu??, aa
der the 'proteetion' of onr flaut, the taceudlarie? of MoMia
and th? sstitaim of New Urleaas and -templin tell lb. tal? ol
th? lii-ertle? v? enjoy.'
SOUTHERX LOYALISTS IX OUR STATE
Arrangements are being maele by the State Contrat
Commtft-e to ha.-o oue-third of the party ot Southe ni
Loyalist! visit points on the New-York and Erie Road.
and the iutenor of the State. Amoug other? will be (tan.
E. I. Davw (Union aruiyi ol Texas. Col. Wkt-.b Kunt
ti M:??"':ri. Mr. Vin Vliitt of Texs?, Jnd,?- K. liiniaNit
of Louisiana, the lion. Eorivo miiravoid of I.-isa.
Col. O. li. II ART of I lr.ntiil, OlL V. T. I IDBBilBB-ea of
Miftouri. and other memlver? of the d.)l"?g?tion.
Word will bo sent by t?Alt?grsph to the viriotti point!
to-day.
Cominitteel along the route, who desire s'wekert at
einer points than those that may be ludam'ed by th?
State Central CommittM, will ploas? tel?_raph to Col.
.'lint, who will be with tins poru.n a- th? del.t-alie
^--*^.T?..^:?-,- ? t^y
To tbt tiilor of Tbt H. Y Tribune \
tjij: I am a candidate for Congr?!? ia Editor tt_y*
mond ? dlttrict. I am nominated, aad. vha'a ta ?*? ' ?-"*
demand bim to meet ms oa ti? ?tamp, a I* D.a_i-_ ?ni In
co-n' STirHRN H DllXCIl.
[Should those ?lu(iBkruMhi?d p?,rtonag?- oome m col?
lision on the ?tump, the luteuing tbouuml? will ot t-nnfM
b? delighted and edi_?*l. Wi ?pprehend, hover?*-, that a
majority of tbe voter? of the Vltli Ut.triot will ??ru?.t_a
tome third person m their next Keproaentitive in Con
grew.?f.'rf. Tnb.\
A QUESTION FOR THE POLICE AlTHlK
IT1ES.
To tk? Editor of Tbt K Y Tnlnm.
Sir East evening I ?ttended the ?-?tliering of ?oyi'uU
i'oiiv.ned at rnion?Ai"uari?, and wa? liatennig lo tb? ?peeab
of Mr. Huntm-utt of Yirgtuia wbea thrive eheeri va? pro
poned and givan by a p>rtion of th? ?stemhlr for Aucrav
Johnson. 1 groaned in responte to the -boera, and wh?_
--- ? ?-> w-?.-. ->ti? ?_._, -.JJi-?i,_v* iitm.v -taw tuaiivuiti iniv m
?m no rowdy, and won!.! like to know it being ? Repub
bran gathering) if I bad not ai good a right to Moat for
mr iroiuii el enemy as be had lo cheer for him t-t-t-h waa
veil .aloulat-d to creatt? a di*ttirl>anre However. ? ??
wishing to enjoy a freo li-da-in.? for a night or two, I 'i-.-.|?*l
hi? intimation and profited thereby. It thu right ' that a
person it not ?ilnv.-.l to exprets hie opinion at au .???tai
bly for that particular purpiae )
A Boy is Blub who Hatki lim <_t
eta* 12. ltr-6.
J'Thi C.itoM Lra.jcb Club ?At the regular monthly
f-i??tin. bald laat evan.a?; at th? TTai.a I-ieau? liait a re
reptlon wa? tiven to thaeeuf th? .So.thara luy?li?la who to
???ned In the eily Th. fillovtay g?ntle_i?n vere prieeel
Julg- Hoitlaud, L.-i:?ana. Vea Kl?-t Teta?. l_i rtiat.
Mr. I.tidarturben M ??"?uri kit U'.ruar. Mt_v?an. l-.iga
liururtt Tetiae?tee. ?ad aaverei -i_-l?.?r? 9- ki t-oat"? Tie
uiuoAfr?Mii? ?-tar? W, oym/t lijjiiy,

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