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Frlciny, Sept. I, 1807.
premise-! a f-w minute-; l)i fore. nnd
line! been refused liquor or money to
pet it with, by Mr. Seolpy. lie hns
tittered, it is snid, thrrnts nf fuo min
ing on several previous occasions.
Wc mint Ibis week nil the returns
of tho voto for Governor Hint wo can ' after which the docket wne cnllod, nnd
gather from our various Slate ex-; tho Grand nnd Potit Jurors nnd tlio
ehnngos, nnd also a list of tho Hoprc- oflicers in attendance were awom.
seutfttives elect. Mr. Page's majority i Messrs. William It. Hoyt, Alfred O.
is nt lenst twenty thousand Bullleicnt- Snflbrd, and Josinh 11. Adams, ndmit
ly largo, wo imngino, for nil practical , ted to prnctieo in Clinton County, N.
purposes. I Y., wore sworn in ns Attorneys nnd
ViVtnr Atwood'smnioritv ou r Hind- Counscllors-nt-law. No causo being
Tho nnnunl election in Mnino for
Governor, members of IhoLogialaturo
nnd County oflicers, took plnco on
Monday, nnd resulted in n Republican
victory, although tho mnjorily for
Cbamberlnin, tho llopublicnn nominoo
for Governor, is toveral thousand loss
thnn Inst year. The Boston Journal's
Augusta correspondent says: "It is
universally conceded even by Demo
crats, thnt tho issues on which this
chnngo of votes has been effected, wcro
exclusively local, pertaining wholly to
tho liquor legislation of last winter,
nnd it is now confessed by lending
Republicans that tho prohibitory leg
islation now on the Statute book, is
not sustained by tho public opinion oflHjOUj(j be
Mnine, nnd cannot no cuiorceu. a
very considerable section of tho Ho- j hH,)ei.to bi(jho(1 in lho T
publican party is hostile to it, nnd its of Mr Mwo0(1 c
repeal or essential modrlicatiou is ireo- . . , . , ft8 delnocraUo victorv. I F- nper;
mi r i fc
xnis roiers especially u
Franklin Coinify Court.
rjitrmlii r Ti mi, l37.
T i.-mv, Sept. 10.
11. .ii Willi un' Wil-on. Pn hiding
Judge; Hons. Warren Robinson, nf
Highgate, and Gcoige Adams, of
Knosbnrgh, Assistant Judges.
The Rev II. K. Cobb offered prayer,
ley Barlow, one of the regularly nom
inated Republican enndidntes for .Sen
ators, is seven hundred nnd thirty
seven. Lost week wo gnvo Mr. At
wood a majority of one hundred and
thii tv-three in the town of Fletcher. It
hundred nnd eight.
ready for trial tho Court adjourned to
Wednesday morning nt 9 oclock. Wo
give the names of the ( irnnd and Petit j Bakersfiold,
1'SANRI.tS Ml NTi.
Franklin, A. I. IV-irwm, rep.
Georgia, Abel Bliss, rep.
Fairfax, Julius llalbert, rep.
Swnnton, Moses Cntlin, ron.
Sholdon, N. G. Martin, dom.
Fairfield, J. S. Ryan, dent.
Bakersfiold, J. A. Perkins, rep.
Flolcltor, Vornon Rood, dom.
Borkshiro, J. R. Stone, rep.
Highgnto, J. R. Kmith, rop.
Enosburgh, II. B. Lndd, rop.
Montgomery, L. W. Martin, rop,
Riohford, Williams Corliss, rop.
St. Albans, E. F. Perkins, dom.
Ji'iiou ok riion.vn:.
tho legislation of last wintor, which
contained sonio very exlromo provis
ions, nnd not to tho general prohibito
ry law which has become u part of tho
public policy in Maine."
Locnl, and not untional issues thou,
have led to tho rosult of tho election,
which seems to nftbrd so much en
couragement to tho Democrats. Wo
believe that lho peoplo of tho Stato aro
as much opposed to-day lo tho policy
of Andrew Johnson ns (hey wero ono
year ngo; and thoy will eo dcclaro
when they como to voto nt tho next
presidential election. Tho Democrats
have labored this year with thoir usu
nl zenl, whilo tho Republicans mani
fested crcat nntithv. Furthermore tho
Democrats woro belter organized than
they bavo been for soveral years, and
their whole strength was brought
Chamberlain's maj irity will be about
twelve thousand. Last yonr lho total
voto of tho Stato was ono hundred and
eleven thousand. This year it is loss
than one hundred thousand. Tho
Stnto Senate will consist of twouty
four Republicans and seven Democrats
n Republican majority of eovonteon.
Tho House will bo largely Republican.
Tho Democratic party, of courso, aro
doing nn immenso deal of crowing
over tho Maiuo election, and wo aro
willing that they should dorivo all tho
consolation they cnn. Their rejoicing
will bo of short duration. Tho Re
publicans will bo sure to mako up
their losses when thoy havo anothor
opportunity, nnd tho questions to bo
Bottled of nntionnl import.
I Georgia Qnintus C Collon, Josinh
! Billiard; St. Albans-Ralph Lnsell,
'.Tf.Mirn Pni'KmtH: Swnniiili Win. II.
Otherwise tho figures nre tho samo asjjj, , (,orce Bullard: Hiuhffntc
ANsntii'T. I w.iltor C. Stovcns.Elliot Frink: Frnnk-
Tho election of Mr. Atwood can hard-1 lin Roswell Moars; Sheldon John lligugnto,
Fturtield Jny 1'oator; - Montgomorv,
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If in trim lio wnn linmimitiui tliiH enr. i . ... . . .... luimoiu,
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R. Binch.mi : IVilcKi-hlield ...
aB well ns last, by the democrats, but j,.atl Muvnnrd: Euoi-bunih L hn. fc,llolllo"
wo never knew of his attending n ! S. McAllister; BerkshireLucius H Swnnton,
democratic convention. Mr. Atwood ' Wheeler; Riohford John A. GolT; , St Albans,
belonged to tho whig party, whilo that Montgomery Goorge G. C. Gates. j Fletcher,
party had nn existence. During tho petit juho'.is. I
war, in ins capacity ns seiecimnu, no Fairfield-Daniel Leach, James Car-
hd n great deal lo fill the quota of Ins i roll, jr ; Fairfax Lucae Story, Harry
Utlord, Preston Tabor; Fletcher
Andiow Lntnb, ISelson W. Church, G. ' . , T n. , .
Hugs; Bakoi-sfield Simeon G. Start, 1 AddiBon, L. C lark, Jr.,
Goorgo Williams, Albert Ayres. JNor
MAssAcuusnrrs. Tho Republicans of
Massachusetts mot in convention nt
"Worcester on tho 11th inst., and re
nominated A. H. Bullock for Gover
nor, Wm. Clallin for Lieut. Govornor,
Oliver Warren for Secrotary of State,
Jacob 11. Loud for Treasurer, Charles
Allen for Attorney Genoral, nnd Gon.
S. Briggs for Auditor.
OAuronxu. Tho election in this
State, which occurred on Wednesday
of last week, has resulted in u victory
for tho Domocratcs, their enudidato
for Govornor, Haight, being elected
by over six thousand majority. Thoy
havo also elected two mombersof Con
gress, nnd a majority of tho members
of tho Stato Legislature, which secures
tho election of n Democratic U. S,
Senator in tho placo of Mr. Conncss.
All this is tho result of n quarrel
nhiong tho Republicans, nnd should
bo n solemn warning lo our Republi
can fricuda in other States. "United
wo stand, divided wo fall" is a motto
that should bo oftenor engraved on
tho Republican bannor. Presidont
Johnson, of courso, rejoices with ex
ceeding great joy over tho election re
turns, nml told u delegation of Culi
foruiuns, who called to congratulate
him on tho result, that it was tho
"commencement of tho ro-nction."
town, and zoalously advocated liboral
From our corrected tnblo of the voto '
for Judgo of Probata, it will bo seen
that Myron W. Bniloy is olcclod Judgo
of Probate instead of Mr. Samson ns
announced last wool:. Tho small voto
for Judge of Probato in St. Albans,
compared with that for tho rest of tho
County ticket led to u ro-oxaminalion
of tho ballots and tho official count,
which had boon carefully prcsorvod in
tho Town Clerk's safe This examina-
! Hon was mndo on Wednesday by So-
loctinon Victor Atwood and Daniol R.
Pottor, Couttablo Masou, and Justices
Shormnn and Gilnim, when it was
found that thoro wns an error of G2 in
tho fooling of tho voto, in favor of Mr.
Bailey; in other words, tho votes woro
correctly counted on oloction day, but
tho clerk of tho board, by mistako,
gavo Mr. Bailey G2 less than ho was
fairly entitled to. Theso 02 votes ad
ded to the number of votes Mr. Bailey
was said to havo rccoivod, reduces Mr.
Samson's majority in St. Albans to 21,
it consequently olects Mr. Bniloy, un
less thoro aro changes in favor of Mr.
Samson in other towns. Last wook wo
gavo Mr. Bailey a majority of 8G in
Fletcher; wo aro informed that it is
99. Allowing tho voto of Flotchor,
however, lo remain tho samo as last
weok, Mr. Bailey has eleven majority
in tho County over Judgo Samson.
Tho full return of votos in Chitton
den County gives Englesby, candidato
for Stalo's Attorney, n plurality of five
hundred and two, and Mr. Hard, can
didato for Senator, a plurality of four
hundred and eighteen. Tho demo
crats very gonerally voted for both
Englesby and Hard.
Theio was a Republican "bolt" on
Senntors in Addison County, but tho
bolters fared badly, Tho regularly
nominated candidates, Messrs. L. E.
Smith nnd J. M. Dyor, aro elected by
Thoro was n sharp contest in Ben
nington County which resulted in tho
dofoat of tho oppononts of tho Leban
on Springs Railroad, by about livo
hundred majority. Tho contest in tho
town of Bennington was especially
spirited. T. W. Park was tho candi
date of tho frion'Is of tho Lobnnon
Springs Railroad, and A. B. Gardner,
our posent LiouU Governor, tho can
didato of tho opponents ol tho road.
Mr. Park was olootod on tho first bal
lot by two hundred nnd forty-four
In lho Southom towns in Windsor
County tho Republican candidates for
Senntors, run sovoral hundred votes
behind, on account of their opposition
to tho new county project. Thoy did
not get a voto in Andovor, nnd only
two in Chester.
Mr. S. L. Goodoll, 'Roprosontntivo
Majority for Bniloy 21
man Anderson; Enoshnrgli Goorgo
W. Kendall, Edwin Stevens, Francis
PorkiiiR, Silns Hopkins; Berks'iitre
Chostor W. Seniles, Goorgo Clement,
Daniol Warron.Ashbol Sykes; Riohford
Ronbon Coombs, Win. B. Willard,
Walter B. Fuller; Montgomery N.
W. Clnpp, Frank L. Goodspcod.
Wednesday, Sopt. 11.
No enso being ready for trial, tho
Court after attending lo quostious
for eoutiuuauco and trial ndjotirnod
until Thursday morning.
Middlebury, J. W. Stewart, 191
Now Haven, Ward Bullard, 142
Vergennes, B. F. Goss, 128
Leicester, G. O. Swiningtou, 73
liasc 15 all Tournament In Burlington.
Tho much talked of Base Ball Tour
nament oponod on Monday. The fol
lowing clubs woro prosout: Arabs,
Whitehall; Atlantics, Whitohall; St.
Lawronco, St. Lnwronco County, N.
Y.; Eagles, St. Alb ins; Crescents, St.
Albans; Alorts, Poultnoy; Clippers,
Poultnoy; Etlmu Aliens, Winooski;
Burlingtons, Burlington; Homes, Bur
At 10 o'clock si. nr., tho different
dubs formed in procession at the
"Amorican," and marched to tho Fair
Ground, whoro tho games are to bo
played. At 11 o'clock u match game
Sailsbury, W. Doming,
Whiting, O. Foster,
Cornwall, R. J. Jonos,
Bridport, H. N. Solaco,
Bristol, T. S. Drake,
Forisburgh, D. Smith,
Lincoln, S. M Colby,
Monkton, O. Eaton,
Orwell, R. D, Hall,
Pauton, H. Allen,
Ripton, A. Wheoler,
Shoroham, T. Brookins
Walthnm, N. A. Saxton,
Weybridge, F. Ayres,
Granville, J. B. Ball
Hancock, M. C. Bobbins,
Arlington, II. S. Hard, 221
Bennington, T. W. Park, 700
Manchester, A. L. Minor, 307
Rupert, E. P. Sholdon, 119
Sandgate, E. R. AVoodnid, 107
Sunderland, P. Shuflloton, 79
Dorset, G. M. Sykes, 204
Glastonbury, C. Barton, 4
Powual, J. W. Wright,
Roaddboro, J. Gilford,- 101
Soarsburgh, R. W. Irish, 43
Stamford, A. C. ifonghton, d. 51
was commenced for the Stand of Col
ors, by tho St. Lawrence Club and tho Shaftsbury, W. Monroe,
Arabs, resulting in an easy victory for i Woodford Aloiizo Fox, d
tho first nainod club, tho score stand
ing 84 to 10. In tho afternoon the
"Ethan Aliens" of Winooski and the
Fine at Dunham Flat.--A sorious
flro occurcd at Dunham Flat on tho
31st tilt. It originated in tho top part
o tho ico honso of Sooloy's Union Ho
tel, which wns soon destroyod, as also,
were n stone houso occupied Mr, Rain-
villo, N. P., with a row of outbuildings
nijncliod; tho residonco of Mrs. L.
Clement, with tho crops stored in the
barn, two wooden workshops and tho
Town Hall. Tho Montreal Gazelie
says: "Besides being held for munioi-' 11,0 Republican oundiduto for P.eprt
Darnet, W. M. Stettilit,
Umlcf. H. It. lirmvn.
"Homes" of Burlington played for the , Dmvint w. H. HttrrilJ (1.
second State Pri.o, Silver Bill. The , troton j ijuj
score stood G5 and 52. j jL A. Hhedd,
( Kirl)y r Wt Uussell,
Tehiuuli; CATABTnowuj is Bi'iu.ixu-i Jiyndon, S. b. lliompson,
ton. On Friday afternoon nt half
past throo o'clock tho huge raised
gallory on tho Fair Ground in Bur
lington, on which woro soatod 2,500
porsons nltonding tho county fair,
broka down, precipitating its occu
pants in a mass nmong tho ruins, arid
injuring ovor ono huudrod persons,
somo of thom very sovoroly. Doa.
John S. Stors, of Burlington, had two
ribs brokon, and was sovoroly injured
in the head. He died on Sunday. -Among
tho others who woro badly in
jurod.wero 0. T. Stevons.of Yorgennes,
projniotor of tho Slovens Houso, John
M. Dyer, Senator oloat Irom Ad lison
County, Col. J. A. Atwell, of Yergen
nos, Mrs. Minerva Piorce, of Winooski.
There woro sovoral persons from St.
Albans on the stand when it fell, but
luckily thoy escaped with comp mitive
Nownrk, S. Collis,
Poaclmm, J. Varnuin, jr.,
Ryogato, J. F. Nelson,
Shoffield, S. Davis,
St. Johnsbury, J. Ross,
Sutton, H. Pillbbury,
Waldon, II. Foster,
AValorford, L. S. Freeman,
Wheclock, R Willard,
Bolton, E. R, Morse, 50
Burlington, F, M. V. Sioklon, 549
Clmrlotto, J. Squires, 149
Colchester, J. McGregor, d. 201
Eseox, O. F. Tuttle, 207
Hiuo&burgh, J.. W. Miles, 198
Huntington, L. C. Snyder, 1G3
Jericho, L. B. Rowo, 203
Milton, H. H. Woods, 291
Richmond, noiuti 151
Shelburno, R. Si White, 96
S. BurlinL'ton, S. K. Isluirn, 50
slight injuries. Mr. Thomas Failey
und Capt. George P. Conger each had j st. Geoigo, G. 1i. Hiusdill, 13
an anklo sprained. Underhill, A. O. Humphrey, 145
Tho btund was erected eleven years ( Wohtford, J. II. Richardson, 117
ll0. but. was ftvnminil liv ui-iii.iilni u ! Williulmi A O. Wnloli 101
elect from Brandon, who has been put I ,i, ' '
... 1 , previous to tlio fair, some nev sup- t-bv enns-n
down ti domoornt, is surd to bo n sound i ,., ,,1., ,, . ,, l,uu'
. . , l)0lt-s 'ddod, nnd tho structure pro- hii...fi,.i,i mdh
UUL 1110 HW1,UI I,lovt?s I Brighton, R. P. Noyos,
that tho e.upentoro irroatlv miMiidtred. , , , . , i
tiiii-unt, xj. ixuHiam,
E. Haven, V. M, Smith,
ropuuircan; nt nuy nuo no was sup
ported by some of the most radical in
I.I :.. , ..
t",u"uwuo " ''. Sue. K liv ,.,.,...rlu ,...B,.K.,..l I..
Capt. II. O. Wheoler just graduated ppU- tho surplus fundi of the Society
from tho Univorsity of Vormont, was for tlio relief of the sufferera bv the
jial purposes, tho building was oceu.
pied as an armory aud lho othor as n
lodge room by "Provost" Lodgo, F.
nnd A. M. Most of tho furniture and
lho arms wore safely roniovod, but tho
catridges for tho now Snider Enfiolds
of tho Yohinteors wero in a safo which
could not bo got open. Tho safo,
howover, proved nn oflieiont protec
tion, nnd no explosion took placo."
Tho Town Hull cost $3,000; insured
for $1,G00. Mr. Sooloy's loss will bo
about $2,500, A man named Lyman
Jones, just out of tho Penitentiary,
has just Le.cn arrested on suspicion of
fcottiDg tho firo. Ho was scon on tho
Bontutivo in South Heio, but failed of1 .
an election, wo regret to say. Dlatii or Senatou MrDnunAf.-lEs.
Tho candidatoM for Representative ' suUator ilcDougnl, of California, died
in Rutland woro three in number, viz: ! from ulu oll'ecU of rum nt Albany on
nouneiu rroeior, union; u. . urnm-, the 3d inst. Ho was born nt Bethlo-
ton, Indopondont Union; John Cain,
dem. Proctor's mnjonty ovor all i
Thoro wore seven ballots for Town
Ropresoutativo in Riohmond, nnd at
half jmst 3 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing, tho mooting adjourned without
making a choice. Tho candidates wore,
U. S. Whitcomb, Rop.; Ransom A.
Jonos, Rep.; and Honry Gillott, Dom-ocral.
lit N. Y. After receiving a com
mon school oducation, ho studied law,
and removed to Illinois, of which Stato
ho bocamo Attorney General. In 1850
ho removed to California. Ho was u
member of Congress from California
from '53 to '55; und in '01 was olootod
Sunator for six years. Ho was a man
of docidod talont. but his Jovo for
strong drink proved his ruin and
brought him to nn untimely gravo.
Grunby, L, W. Jongs, d
Lunenburgh, L, Silsby,
Victory, A. Bean, d.
Cambridge, E. Whoolock,
Edon, G. S. Hydo,
Elmore, II. II. Elmoro, d. 05
Hydo Park, W. Brigharn, d.
Johnson, R. C. Cristy,
Morristown, Orlo Cady,
Stowo, S. K. Wooks, 197
WaterviUo, B. F. Willoy,
Wolcott, R. F. Parker,
Bradford, Barron Hay, 197
Braintroo, J. P. 01enverland,136
Brookfiold, J. R. " 129
Cholsca, 0. Moore, 19'J
I Corinth, R. Cook, d.
t Fnirlco, C. II. Mann, d.
. Nowbury, R. R. Fulton,
, Ornngo, E. G . Penko,
I Randolph, J. B. Mend,
Strafford, A. G. Smith,
Topsham, N. Morgan,
Tunbridgo, A. B. Drew,
Votshire, R. Blniichnrd, d.
Wnshington, L. P. Bnrron, 142
W. Fnirlco, G. Bigolow, 110
Willinmstown, J. M. Pnlmor,
Albany. Dyor Bill,
Barton, M. W. Joslyn,
Brownington, I. S. Sonvy,
Charleston, A. Lawrence,
Coventry, L. Soper,
Craftsbury, S. R. Corey,
Derby, Elislm Lane,
Glover, F. P. Cheney,
Greensboro, H. S. Tolman
Holland, G. H. Green, d.
IrnsbuiKh, C. P. Allen,
Jay, C. R. Bartlett,
Lowell, A. P. Webster,
Morgan, John Morse,
Newport, W. D. Crnuo,
Salem, Porter Ijjou,
; Troy, Samuel Davis,
jWeslfield, N. Hojt,
j Westmore, W. II. Silsbury,
' rt'Tt. vr rorsTY.
I Brandon, S. L. Goodell,
, Cahtloton, John Howe,
' Fairhnvon, H. G. Wood,
Pittsford, Asa Nonrso,
Poultnoy, B. Frisbie,
Mcndon, H. Wilkins,
Rutland, R. Proctor,
Danby. C, Reed,
31t. Tabor, F. C. Thompson, 40
Tinmouth, A. Noble,
Middlctown, A. W. Gray,
Chitteudon, II. Baird,
Benson, L. 13. Kellogg,
Sudbury, F. Holmes,
Westhnven, S. W. Tnon,
Wilhngford, S. E. Rogers,
Shrewsbury, E. W. Aldrich.121
Ira, Amos Westmore,
Sherburne, W. Colton,
Mt. Holly, W. Horton,
Clarendon, P. Benson,
Hubbardton, J. W. Barbor,
Wells, N. B. G rover,
Berlin, E. E. Andrews,
E Monlpelier, T. Davis,
Middlesex, R. W. Warren,
Northfiold, E. R. Jonos,
Roxbury, S. J. Stanton,
Wnterbury, E. B. Fuller,
Monlpelier, W. G. Ferrin,
Bnrre, F. SlniTord,
Morotown, F. Pntkor, d.
Wnitstio'd, B. Reed,
Wnrrsn, Otis Bucklin,
Cnbot, no choico,
Marshlield, P. Hnskins, d.
Plninfiold, J. M. Richards,
Worcester, H. jV. Hancock,
The Amnesty Proclamation.
tho presence of Alinihtv Oo,l n 7
will henceforth fnUhfuvnn l? I1
lf-GlnY nn: riiEeinnNT or tub rs-.m. status toot nnd defend tho tontiS,$?'
or AMl'llH A. I ITin,1 t0 .....1 . u,ou ' tUO
Brnttleboro, S. N. Horrick, 3GG
Rockinghnm, W. Johnson, 275
Putney. J. Roborton, 152
Grafton, S. D. Conant, JL51
Athens, A. A. Wyman, 47
Townshend, J. H. Pholps, 137
Jamaica, H. H. Wheeler, 139
Wardsboro, L. M. Xowell, 107
Westminster, F. Gorhnrn, 113
Londonderry, 0. Robinson, 177
Dummerston, J. K. Leonard.lOO
Wilmington, E L. Wntormnn,
Springfiold, F. P. Ball, 407
Barnard, G. II. Atwood,
Bridgowater, II. L. Rodiman, d.
Pomfrot, C. Miller, 118
Cavondish, II. A. Fletcher, 100
Chester, W. Rounds, 247
Ludlow, J. Polton, 210
Hnrtford, J. C. For tor, 189
Windsor, J. A. Pollard, 173
Woodstock, J. Convorso, 380
Roading, P. Merrill, 143
Royaltou, II. H. Denison, 187
Bethel, J. M. Mcintosh, 115
Baltimore, L. Bomics,
Hartland, L. Emmons, 138
Norwich, J. T. Lovoland, 172
Plymouth, T. Moore, 80
Sharon, G. S. Nott, 114
Weston, S. D. Spaulding, 158
Stockbridge, T. H. Hubbard
Wcathorsliold, II. H. Spafford,
W. Wirrdsor, G. Shodd.
no Domini 1801, lho two Houses of
Congress, with extraordinary uunniin
ity, solemnly delnred thnt the war then
existing was not waged on lho part of
tho Govornrnont in any spirit of op
i htntoH tlu.i onii,1..H .i it-i i
n tT ,n v. n n mvrv.v i... .......... . , . . 1 . v. I : , ' 1 1. I will ..
WH,-.n,,s( Inthemon.hofJtdy.An. r'alf ffiJ 'Jf
, Dnmini 1HC1. llin tu-,. Hnnuno f ...I : .1. i . . " 8 nl!M .l"t7cllimntl0119
...uu navo noon mnilo during tlfo lain
robe ,011 with refe.enee lo tlTe on ian
cipa ion of 8laves, so help mo God
lho following norsoiiH and i,n
' ers nro t, lm r.v..ii,,i,..i t . "
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nor for any purpose of con- f,tR f tbin i.in.j V".-
quest or subjugatioi., nor for the pur- Uid proclamatiou of the''9ih ,1. t
poso of overthrowing or interfering Mny, A. D. 1805, viz.: " J of
--1-irst-lho chief, or pieteruhrf
chrof Execut.yo oiheers, including tho
Presidont nnd Vice-President nnil nil
tho heads of Departments of the i,w
tended Confederate or rebel Onvii-,,
mcnt, nnd nil who are agents llicuH
rn foreign States nnd connlries. nru'l
nil who held or pretended to hold m
thoBervieo of said pretended Conf,
uuiio .ioveriimei:t a nn i tar v i-.m,i. ...
jtitlo nbovo the grade of Bngadw r
j General, i r naval rank vv title ni v,
that nf Pimliiin nml nil ..-I. . .. .
the objects of suppressing the tlteu 1 pi-Ptc: tlel to 1 o Governors .,f S'ui"
existing rebellion and inducing nil ' whilo maintaining, nbottine or 'iS
l,u,ou"a l" .t...... m ,:un luwiimio iinuiug to ami aecptiosciii" in the
nnd of restoring the aullioiity of the bcllion.
with tho rights of established institu
tions of the States, but to dofond nnd
maintain tho suprornnoy of tho Con
stitution nnd to prosorvo tho Union
with nil lho dignity, cqtrslity nnd
rights of tho several States unimpair
ed, and that as soon as thoso objects
should bo accomplished tho wur ought
A lid ivbnvnnc fbn ll'nubbilif i llin
'15 j United States, on tho 8th dnv of Do
I comber. A. D. 1803, and on "tho 20th
I day of March, A. D. 1804, did, with
I'.-mwitn mm ii, ,,
Iv,.nl..,l ,.tl,. :. .. ii . . .
....j uuuuii iiiiii-i mnu UKlll M lawful
HIM ai llti.l'a it l. if .j-.......... ...I.-
....... v ... ..... j. . nun , (,.,,.
I United States, isbue a proeluum'ion
59 oft'eiing amnesty and pankri to all
! persons who had directly or indiie.ct-
I i. nn i-l i rt f n I ...1 l.i 111., flint, nviafihir 1..- .. - -.1 .
i, mn.ur.i.i. ... ... " ' jenpneny were einpiovoil or r-n'a" 1 m
ibellion, except as in Ihoso procluinu-, thu mihlnry or na.d Kinnof i.
I irons was specmeU ami risen oil; jUniteil States.
And whereas, the President of thej Thud- All ih-im.hs wlm oi u...
i United States did, ui the 29th day fthev may seek to obtain the b-.-m.fit .,f
; '""y - ia" " 'iei nm- Ulls pi (K-liltunt loll lUO (ictuallv III ( na
18'-latnation, with tho huie objt t-ts bcfoie. or in,l,u,rv .r iiimiI confini'iu. i,t ,,r
20 I mentioned, und to the end thnt the custody, or legally held to bail ,(,r
authority of the Koxernment of the , before or after conviction, and all i , ,
8, United States might be restored, and , fi()I1H who were engaged direct lv or i
" that peace, Older und freedom might 1 directly in the UKvivsinntion f 't. ;,.tv
I bo established; and the President did , President of the United Statc- ,,r ia
-12 by tho said lust mentioned pioclanm- aay plot or conspirnev in nnv iiianim
3S9 ! mation proelaim nnd decline that he1 Uieiewith connected."
thereby granted to all persons Mio In testimony whereof I have s.-'dc!
had directly or indirectly pai ticipated j u,eso pi esents with my hand and
; m tho then existing rebellion, except caused the seal of tho United St..Us
i as tliorem excoptea, amnesty nnd par-, to bo therounto afiixed.
don, with tho restoration of nil the; Dvino at the citv of Wasliiii.rtn n,n
7 , rights nnd property, oxcopt ns to slaves j 7th day of September, 18G7.
X 1 nnd except in oertuin enscs whore le-1 ANDREW JOHNSON.
r() nl proceedings had been instituted, By the Presidont,
but upon condition thnt they should
, tnko nnd subscribe an ontli therein
10 proscribed, which oath should be reg
40 ! iHtered for permanent preservation;
I And whereas, in nnd bv said hist
mentioned proclamation on tho 29th
day of May, A. D 1805, fourteen
classes of persons therein specially
j named woro altogether excopted and
excluded from tho benefits thereof;
I And whoroas, tho Presidont of the
United States did, on the second day
of May, A. D. 1SGG, issue a proclama
tion declaring that tho insurrection
was at air end, nml was thonceforth to
bo so regarded;
And whoroas, thoro now exists no
organized and armed resistance of mis
guided citizens to tho authority of tho
United States in tho States of Geor
gia, South Carolina, Tonnossee, Ala
bama, Louisann, Arkansas, Mississip
pi, Florida and Texas, and tho Inw.s
cnn bo sustninod and enforced then in
by tho civil authority of tho Stato or
Federal Government, nnd the people
of said States nre well nnd loyally dis
posed nnd hnvo conformed, or, if per
mitted to do so, wrll conform in their
WLILIAM II. SEWARD, S, (re-
tnry of State.
SfSf Hon. John Hickman is a cm
didato for tho Pennsylvania Li g.hla-ture.
B&" Gen. Samuel F. Carey, it rs
said, will tako tho field ns nn 111 lt
pendent candidato for Congress iu tbo
second district of Ohio.
5-20t rotiptm, '02 .
lo oouj). of '61
7-SOs it'. rio
U. S. Ot '81
NkwYoiik, Sept. Illli. 1ST
sr. ai.haxs M.mici-'.T- s.in.7; n.iu
dried, per lb,
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iltn iui, ycr
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Boston and Roxnuuv UNnun. On
Monday tho votors of Boston and Rox
bury expressed thoir opinion by a largo
majority in tho aflirniativo upon tiro
"Shall nrr net passed by tho Legis
Inturo of tho Commonwoulth in the
year oighteon hundred and sixty-sevon,
ontitled, 'Air Act to nn'ito tho citios of
Boston and Roxbury,' bo nccopted ?"
Boston and Roxbury are thus unit
ed, us thoy should lmvo boon years
ngo. By tho provisions of lho net
Roxbury outers upon hot- now munici
pal relations on tho 1st of Junuary
Onio.-It is thought that tho Re
publican State ticket in Ohio, will be
eloctod by from thirty thousand to for
ty thousand majority. Tho Legisla
ture will nlso bo strongly Republican.
j growing out of tho amendment to the!
j Coustitutron of the tinted States pro
I hibiting slnvory within the limits und
And whereas, there no longer oxist1
any reasonable grounds to iippreiieud
within tho States w hu U wi- iiioh
od in tho Into rebellion any renew il
thereof or any unlawful retiistauoi! bv
tho pooplo of tho said States lo the
Constitution and laws of the United
Aud wherens, ns lnrgo ntanding nr
mios, military occupation, martial law,
military tribunals arrd suspension of
tho writ of habeas corpus and right of
trial by jury aro in a timo of penco
dnngerous to the public liboity, in
compatible with the individual rights
of citizens, contrary to tho genius and
spirit of our free institutions, und ex
hnustivo of tho nntionnl resources, nnd
ought not, therefore, to bo Functioned
or nllowed oxcopt in enses of nctunl
necessity for repelling invasion or sup
pressing insurrection or rebollion.
And whereas, a retaliatory or vin
dictive policy, nttendod by unnecessa
ry disqunlifications, pains, pennltios,
confiscations nnd disfrnnehh-enionts,
now ns always, could only tond to hin
der reconciliation among the peoplo
and nntionul restoration, while it must
soriously ombarrass, obstruct nnd re
press tho popular energies and nntion
nl industry nnd enterprise;
And whoroas, for these reasons it is
now doomed essential lo tho public
welfare nnd to n more perfect res ora
tion of Constitutional law nnd order
that said last mentioned proclamation
so as aforesaid issued on tlio 20th day
of May, A. D. 1S05, should bo modi
fied, nnd thnt n full and benilicont
pardon conceded thereby should bo
oponcd nnd further extended to u
lnrgo number of porsons who by its
aforesaid exceptions havo been hither
to excluded from executive elomoncy;
Now, thorefore, bo it known that I,
Andrew Johnson, Presidont of tho
United States, do hereby proclaim and
declare that the full pardon described
iusaid proclamation of tho 29th day
of Mny, Anno Domini 1805, shall
henceforth bo opened an extended to
all porsons who directly or indirectly
participated in tho Into rebellion, with
tho restoration of nil privileges, immu
nities and rights of property, except
as to proporty with regard to slaves,
nnd oxcopt in casos of legal proceed
ings tiudor tho laws of tho United
States; but upon this condition, nov
ortholess, that ovory such person us
shall seok to avail himself of this proc
lamation shall tako nnd subscribe tho
following oath, nnd shall cuuso tho
sumo to bo registered for permanent
preservation in tho same manner and
with tho samo effect ns with tho oath
prescribed in suid proclumntion of tho
29th day of Mny, 1805, viz.:
I do solemnly swear or iifltrm in
ilimWr t'xtrti, .
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