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THURSDAY? : t : SEPT. 27,. I860
1 FOR PRESIDENT.
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";'-' .SUPREME JUDGE. V '
Jdco b Br inker ho fff
OF RICHIAITD COCPTT.' . j. . .
! James ; Murray,
" ' " """" o WOoD CoFKTT.
MEMBER r BOaD P.UB-1C WORKS
,U' Levi- Sargent,
or tpfcabawas, ojrsTT.
FOR CONGRESsTTith DISTRICT.
Valentine B. Hor tori,
. :. or twos cpoNtr. . 1 it-'
Iresldeit Elector for Ilia State ut T.argr,
FRED. HASSAURECK,f ll'milton. J
JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie.
cJnaitBSsiFAi 'DtsTRicra. !
' litDistiict C EpgVston '
jj :' William M. Dickson '
3d ' Frank Mer" hinney
" 4ih '", J'din Riley Knox
Stli' ' D. W. H. Howard
' 6 h " I- W- Murphy '
"th " NtnV-n Rush
9th JolinF. Hinkle
10 U " " . H. 8. Bundy
11th " " J Daniel B Stewurt
12th : " R P. L. Baler
; J 3th ." John Beatiy
1Kb v " . Willaid 61ocum , .
1 nth, ' Joseph Anke iy
16th ' Edward Ball
nth John A. Davenport
1 9th V San.ucl B. Plillhriuk
2Ut. Norman K. Mackoniie
, , County Ticket.
An.liUir MILTO.V D. BAKER ,
oiofk valentine cupp -
Pros. Attorney R. M. CLARKE
8lwriff C. M. L. WISEMAN
Pr ate J.idg.t-SAMUKL J ACKSON .
Com'u) JAMES PICK ER1NG, lull term
I JOHN- ORE III, snort term
Cnroner-8ALEM WOLF V.' :'
!Jrvar-JOHN W; FLOOD :
RacordM-GEORGEW. EDGAR .
1b. Direotor-8. 8. HAMMOCK ' .
Mexico in which as a citizen of the Uni
ted States you -have a common property
andf common interest, ay Hinder tbia
law ba derived of hou uastnt, W bold
r . h . ... .-
into slavery von vint, will you except
this weak apology for this gitat wrong?
If you will re Mir n Mr. Martin 4o Congress
If not. vote against him.
To the Breech !
An Iateresttat DocamenU
Eighty Inflammatory D'uunim Letter of
f Goi JchHoTh Louglai Cvndidatt
; for tht Yiee Pret'uhncy dtnounctt " Our
' Xorthir Oppressor," and KiicitUt
C D. MrtiB oa Whlppinf White Me
; aud WoBea Ue FaroriWhila Slaverr
aad Polygamy. - ',
For the or2oixation of the Territory
of New Mexico by the aot of September
the "StnseUsi Clamor ef Umon n 050. f See U. S. Statutee at Laree.Vol
Proclaims th right of Secession the gf psgB 449, Sco. 7,1 it ia provided that
...It . I. v ' k ttiA 1 .aifia'alrwA
imly hope of the South 1 and declares
that those teho deny it, at Douplrs does,
Futtihr Thstnru! .
r i :
all the laws passed ' by the Legislative
Assembly and Uornor shall he tvbmilted
to -the Cungrtu of tin JJnitsd States and if
diaapproved hil bb num. and void.
Th anBOUDcement bv Mr.. Douglas at i.n, ., i,firf,ira in s much resDonsi
Petersburg and Norfolk that he would 'b) r l)ie validity of all the statutes thus
iroat Ihoie 'who att-nvpt ta dissolve Ihe CUIcte(l in lint Ttrritnry as tboughitwas
oi roe eieotiuu ui j-.H- . D.rt of (K,, aw makmir power
' - . ..V
Union on account
coin as Jackson treated the aullihers in i. approval'.' in
1032, has induced some of the 'Georgia
newspapers to republish the followiog
lulterbj tlielloo. Herschel V. Johnson,
the candidate for the Vice Presidency on
llio Doug'as ticket, to a commiMao v(
goniletiieu ol Augusta, Geergia, in the
vear 18M. It will be seen that Goy.
Johnson handles without glovi-a thogs who,
like Mr. Douglas, maintain that the right
of secession is mutely a right ot teywu-
LEXrCR FBOM GOV. J0HN80K.
MlLLIUOBVILLB. Ga., )
- Aug. 30, IS5I. J
Gentlemen: I thank you for your kind
i 1 i .
ft uonaition preceuen. io
TOE SLWERyTx XEWHEXICO.
".' Victory awaits us if,?"11 p.re,Bin? i"vitalin, 10 f,bMl!iloue'.,to
. . b given by Gol. Robt. McMillen, the
WC .UO OUT UmV. - ll Southern Rights cnndidata for Congress
' n , nif in the Eiffbth District, on the first Tues-
WOpOll OUr VOtC, Mar- day in September next. But official en
nilinritv rnillint 'figments '-bd me the pleasure of Its
HO 5 niajOriiy "yl8c(.eptsnce. Morgceurtwillbebses
avo(I Tfrlif ; I 111 II- sion at that time.
, , ' r. 'S The contest In hich tbe people of
CI Ted. 1 I) I S SCCUrCS Georgia, in common with her suter slave-
M If rn,,V, Al.ni Jtl holding tstsres, are engsged, is one ol vi
r. llOriOll S CieLllOIl Hal imparlance. It iuvolves the destiny
lV i li'inilwnmo miliar, of the South, and the federative charaoter
oy a iiaiiuoinc iiidjoi- 0for8VSIam0fliOvernment.
i(y The great isme, then, 1 rtpeot, is the
vinlf n( a Slnla In will frmn tht Union.
Let no man thcrclorc and 1 he coneUtive absenco of any right,
, ! Jn 1,- iinllc! on the part of the Federal Government to
lillt 10 WC dl lUL UII!5 ore0 B1IC, a stato back into the Union,
nn Hi o Jt cannot he evaded by THE SENSELESS
Ul1 lllXj CLAMOR OF UNION 1 THISGLORI.
.1 f r i 1 OUS UNION! The integrity of the
Jl Wlft Of UClOUer. Unionis not aseailod by the Southern
. Jt Rights party in Georgia. Its true friends
TTfin rntinrle fmm lir are those who insist upon maintaining the
I III I t IJUI IS II UII1 IIIU , ..,. frnm ,1.. .wtreiontu of the
l0WCr COUntlCS arC-SK". It real enmin ate thode who,
. . I from behind it, as a "mnaked battery,"
mOSI CnCOUraging; CV-jfeMrr destructive artillery against its
nni-iilnipn tut ff Intuit! ' 'anae't ovtpoats ly counselling submit-
crywiiere oui iricnus gionvto ttggrtUi,n, injustice, rob be.
. A .. ' ' 1 Tir r 1:1.. . . , ariDVit1!
aro enmusiasuc anui"1 "'.." .Tvpn
wLTlllA(i vumtj isr'uct arte
CRITICAL GARB OF C0MPR0-
MISE. Then let a vigilant people look
well to th true and only issue involved
in the pending campaign ihe right vf
St ite to jnaceaUy secedt frsm the Union,
It the people, shaking olf tbe tiamels of
parly, and rpurning the limid counsels of
and so.firfli TRADESMEN In llio great
mart of political bearing will obey the
c6nfidcnt of success.
new and important
accessions arc made
(o the Ren. ranks.
FVrrvwhflre. ' nmonirii'oritimpuisea of true southern
L.VLI y Willi I, aiI,u,,& SENTIMNT( lhey will riuire no argu-
HI 8 A POLO GY
In January 1859, ihe Territort.l L g'a
laiure of Nw Mexico, "passed a law regu
la'tiDg lha relation between " maatoraud
aervan..". This law tisctl wHitt
aUTiar. ' Tbe uy9 ad iiuiw or
WHITS MKN AKD WOMtM roH DIDf . Ir IV
th aizn the matter to inflict cruel and
MISOIUI rPNISHHKM QPOM Hit WlltTX
tri and denies the slave RiDRa ia
' Bi fora (his most barbarous moat in
human, most unc hristian act of the Terri
torial Ltgiela'ure could .baoimie a law tr
Bn T PC SINCTI 'TED ADD iPPf VCD. UV
THE CoHQtBSa W Till UnITID StIB8 T.r
the reason rliat th act organizing the
Trrilory uf New Mxico proviina 'that
all the laws patted ly the legislative at'tm
blv and Governor thill be tubmiited .
the Congrttt of th United Slut's, oni xf
ditapprovtd, MI1AU BE HCLL AP-'O VOID."
(Si-a U. 8. Statutes al Luge, Vol. 9. page
449, So. 7.)
It will be remembered that the act or
ganizing Na Mexico waa a part of the
grt'it compromise measure uf 1850 for
which Duwjlat voted, and upon which the
Democratic paity now toait to yiuttd.
Last winter this odious law, oprst.ivc
of human liherly and digraoe(ul to Amer
ican iustitutions came before Congroy
lor its "approval," and C. D. MARTIN
VOTED AGAINST THE BILL IN.
TRODUCED TO WIPE IT OUT.
This vote Mr. Martin admits, Kit
frlttnda admit it ilu Ohio Ey ai:d all
the D'lnooratin ppnra in the Di.iricl ad
mit it, No h-'Ut-st man can dmy it; uo
truthful man a ill
Mr. Martin'a apology for thus indirect
ly voting to enxlave white nion and wo
muu in thus indirectly voting to author-
Ixa tba buying, selling aud whipping ol
poor vhitt men and cmen ia u Squatter
Sovereignly" lbs tight of il-o jieopU' of
New Muxico to opiircss the weak aud
ca-dave the poor.
lions oincr can do urgi-u. Mr. Mar. in
knew lint the organio act of New M.-x
ioo made I. ihe duty of Congress either to
sanction or disspprova of ibis htw. He
knew that it could not become a law tin
til CuDirresa bad lanutioneJ it. Mr
Ntrlinkaew tLat Congrras bad tl.o Con !
alitutionsl power to wipe, out the larbr
Ism. Ul had admitted it. He had
asid in the only peoh be ever niido up
on the subjeot that ''I do not pretend to
say that Ihe Ttrritorist are beyoud the
control and jual regulation of Congress
Tba unfortunate history of Kansas
abounds in Instances of wise and Aoleot
laTEBVEKTIOH OH Till Pir or CuMOHWI."
We repeat, tbsrtfore, that Mr. Martin
bad oo apology fur his voto than "Squat
tar Sovereignty ' -
Voo&itw pf0i Fairfield you who,
' toigratiog to " tbe Territory of ' Now
Men foi'Ticrtntinllv iIia nnnr I
J . a J
thi'-rc seems to be a
determination to sup
port no man wno is in
favor of tolerating
the buying and selling
of White men.
Hundreds of Demo
crats in Old Fairfield
have openly avowed
not to support Martin
because of his White
Slavery and Polyga
l lir.K.MEV Ol- KAIIll iai.l):
If you prefer Slave Inhcr to Free La
ir, vole lor C. D. Martin.
If ou want Sltvory fixnd upou every
foot of the National domain, voi fur C.
If you "don't tare whether slavery
voted ut, or voted down" iu the Teirt to
ri, voto for C. D. Mat tin.
If you prefer that the iustiiut'ons ol
South Carolina rather than ihohe of Ohio
bo fixed upon the territories, vote for C
If you e.idorse the administration of
Jsmes Buchanan, vote fur (J. 1). Mariio.
If you eudores the Leoompton Outiagfl,
vote for C. D. Martin.
If you favor the English Swindle, Vo'.n
for C. D. Murlin. ,
u you lator white biuvoiy inflow
Mexico, vote for C. D. Martin.
If you believe that while mon should
be sold fur debt, vole for C. D. Martin.
If you believe that While Mon hhoulJ
b ' whipped without redress, voto for CD
If you tiro for polygamy in Utah, vole
fur 0. D. Martin. .
If you are oppot'd to a'l these thingb,
vole for V. B. I10HTON.
ll.V. Johnson, Douglas caudidnto
fitr Vicu President boliivesthnt the "Cap
itol of lbs oounti y should own the labor
of the country" in other words, that the
rich dhonld own tits poor. .
Dave Todd tbe leader of the DougUs
party Id Ohio would send Moohanios ti
ths Penitentiary for sinking for higher
0. D. Martin, the Douglas candidate
lor Congress in the I lib district, Toted to
spprove a law sanctioning thu enilavo.
msut of white men, sanctioning tie sell
ing ol while men for debt.
Bi'Rouay. John Gunman was com
mitted to the Jail of our comity on Mon
day last, upop a cliargs ol burg'ery.
mont to array I hem on the side of truth,
then hearthstones and the Constitution.
To detract from the importanoe of tbe
issue in puMio estimation, it is imputed
that it is a mere abstraction -that it will
he timo enough for Georgia to dctermiue
it- when sho shall bo called 'upon to exer
cise the right of secession. This is but
one of the hundred suhtorruges oi those
wlio nmn tho "masked battery. ine
issue it vital. . It has not been made by
the Stato of Georgia, nor by tho South
ern States. It has been lorced upon us
by Federal Aggression.
Xuronirli Mr. Wocsler, ths nocretaryoi
Stale, it has been tendered by the rotten
dynasty of the Fillmore Administration.
. .. .1 I ! J 11. -.1
for no lias uisuncuy proonumeu u pol
icy ol the Cabinet to bo coeroion, if any
State slu uld attempt secession. This is
sin,, tlinn, is upon us. Shall we not meet
it? Shall ire inyloriously shrink from its
Jecition? It in true, that to past apgres
sionx, Georgia has dctormiut-u to offer no
resistance. Bui thu right to resist, and
to rei-ist peaceably, without the terror of
Frderu! bayonets, she cannot yield; and
now she is called upon to niaks the decis
ion. Let her Meet it with firmness and
Whoever observes the signs ol the tunes
caiino' tail to sab lint the right of secoj
sion will probably ul no distant day, as
sume the form imd mngnituds of practi
cal importance. The South is in a per-
uiBUunt minority in our federal Legisla
ture. Tho tuna of Noithoro fanatinism
ub.tlrs uot iu its "frenzy and insolence.
It presses on rapidly to the consumma
tion of iu diabolfcal dieins. And what
check hat (he Soulh upon its progress?
Uavo we any under the established ru'os
of. parliiiuienlary law? Can we expeot
any justice at the bur.ds of the present
Free Soil Executive and bis Cabinet?
Can we thVi anything by aigumcnt and
appeals to the poison oi our Northern op
pressors? Can we obtain aholtcr under
the broad shield of the Cunstitulioo? No!
All iheno ara impotent aa pack-thread to.
restrain an iriosponstblu and fanatical ma
jority. What, . (lion, nra wo to uo7 I
- -. . .... - ,
eay, let us ieur io the last point ot nuu
ranee, but lei ua never proclaim, through
the ballot-box. that wa have no right to st
cede, and that if wo do secede we uro to be
reganled as insurgents and rtvolulionistt
It uovor, never can be (rue, that our fore
lalhurs, in the atrujjjrlo of '7G, fought on
ly to achieve that which is the right of
soil's tho riirht of revolu'.ion. They had
ll.nl uuder tho Biitisb Crown. But they
struggled for more for colonial Bove
ruianiv and tlioy won it.
V . . ' . . .... .
Dt.l they turu round unmeuialoly and
surrender all they had liulilcd lor into tee
p.iwer of an olectivo consolidation T
Never, novor, . ihosa who mainlaiiiea
such a position, fulsify ali the history of
our revolution, ami oring uunnnor upon
the muster epulis of its thrilling and
eventful aronoa. Ths right of tecestion
must be miixtuined. It is tbe right, the
only I ope of the South. Let us maintain
it with unanimity, snd we ean noiu in
chock the spirit ot abolition and oonsoli
dalion. But if we yield it the whole the
oryofour federative system ia changed,
aud we aro in tho power ol those whose
mercy is like lhat ol ihe woll lo the lamb
l we yield it we not only proclaim in ad
vsnce, that we will submit to usurpatino
and aKcression, but wa do worse, we ad
mil that we have no right to rosist. And
that is political vassalage. .With semi
meats of high regard, 1 am, gontlemen
your Obedient servant,
' HebschblV. Johnson,
To Msssra llobt. A. Whito, Turner
Clunton, 1 W. Fleming, Cetnmittve.
their having any binding force, just as
much as the President's signature or "ap
proval" is a condition precodent to the
legal existence of the enactments of Con
gress. This is a provision of ibe orgnnic
aot -of the Terikry. The laws approved
go into effect; those disapproved "shall
be null and void."
In January. 1859. ameng others Tela-
tiny to Slavery, the Territory of New
Mexico passed en act "tmenaatoiy oi ice
law relative to oontraets between masters
and servants." " This law SANCTIONS
WHITE SLAVERY OR SEREDON
is n law under which WHITE MEN
AND WOMEN ARE BOUGHT AND
SOLD LIKE HORSES AND CATTLE-
and authorizea the"maater" to INFLICT
THEMOST CRUEL AND BARBAR
OUS PUNISHMENT, bv WHIPPING
OR OTHERWISE,aod denying the serfs
a hearing in Ihe-Courts for redress ol
grievances, unless such punishment is
'inflicted in a cruel manner WITH
CLUBS OR STRIPES."
These horribly odious and barbarously
inhuman Territorial law's were brought
to the notice, of the last Congress. A
bill was introduced for tbe repeal or"dis-
approval" ot these obnexbua provisions
in accordance with the organic actofNew
Mexico. 'CHARLES MARTIN VOTED
AGAINST TI1EFR REPEAL, thereby
SANCTIONING and APPROVING of
WHITE SLWERY and the WHIP
PING OF WHITE MEN AND WO
MEN iu that Territory-authorizing the
masters to whip, beat and maim the serf
in each manner ss their ingenuity and
passions may dictate, "providing, that
such correction Bhall not be inflicted
iq s cruel manner with clubs or btrites.
Martin in his speeches boldly avows
that he did thus vote sod justifies bis act
on two grounds, to-wil: That it was in
accordance with the Democratic doctiine
of "Popular Sovereignty;" and secondly
t!-at it "is a humauo nature'' and "en
acted for the promotion of the serf against
the abuses ol tho master." a bat this
vote was in strict accordance with the
dotrma ''Popular Fovercigniy" none will
deny; but may.God in his mercy save the
Slave from such "protection." nut susn
is not the object of tho law it is a "Slave
Code" for tho benefit of the masters and
not ihe serf. Its first section provides
that run away "servants" shall be "con
sidered ns fugitives from justicb," and
authorizes and makes it "the duty of all
officers ol the Territory, judicial or minis
terial, ' to "arrest inM and put luemio
work at publio labor," cio. &c.
Mr. Mrtiu ulno claims that ihe law ns
quoted by the Republican papers of the
District is a torgery. mis is a prniv
bold charge, aud it is as untrue aa it ia
hold. We havo the law befoie us, copied
from an official report made in Cunrress,
and ils language is precisely ns we have
stated it to be. The "little dodger" can't
escape by this sort ef a shift he shall
have the benefit of tho entire statute in
our next issue.
But again. A similar bill was intro
ducod into tho lust Congress by the Its
publicans to ABOLISH POLYGAMY
IN UTAH. MR. MAHTIN VOTED
AGAINST THIS MEASURE, ALSO
thus virtually SANCTIONING aud AP
PROVING "this infamous and debasing
institution, revolting as it is to humanity
shocking as it is to decency, rorruptiug
aa it is to mortality, and poluting, as it
" men of oti rAntriEtD '
If you want to .restore tbe government
to its primitive parity, simplicity and
vigor," Tote for V. B. Hortoo.
If you want to rebuke the fraids and
corruptions of the present Administration
rots lor V. B. Horton. - ;
If you favor and" desire to see perpetu
ated the principles of Washington and
Jefferson, vols for V. B, Horton. , " ,
If you are a friend of free labor, vote
for V. B. Horton., .
- If you would secota the highest puce
for labor compatible with tbe other great
interests of the country, vote for V. B,
If you want Ibo infamous law sanction
ing whits blavkrc in Now Mexico the
BUTINO) AND SELLING OF WniTB MEN AND
women for debt blotted out forever, vote
for V. JB. Horton,
Ifyoo are opposed to polygamy in Utah,
vote for V. B. Horton.
If you are in favor of the union of tbe
Ststes and the perpetuation of our liber
ties forever, vote for V. B. Horteo. .
If you etsnd by tbe Constitution and
all its compromises, vote for V. B. Hor
ton. . ' . '
If you are opposed to the inteiference
with Blavery in the Slates, vote for V . B
If you' would protect the South in the
enjoyment of all her rights if you would
cfend ber against external invasion or
internal insurreotian, vote for V.B. Hor
It you oppose nr-gro suffrage, vote for
IT you are for giving ''lands to the
landless" and "homes to the homeless,"
vote for V. B. Horion.
If you are for a tariff for the protection
f American indus'.ry, voto for V. B.
ttlltlliALDI IN NAPLES!
Victor Emanuel Declared Kins ol Italy,
ooh, tho very f'ou Dilutions of human soui
tv." Mr. Marmn aldo avows this voto
iiiHtifim it on the ground ol "Popular
. .. . . . . -i o
Sovereignty" the right ot tho people oi
tho Tointories to regulale their own co
ninstio institutions in their own way and
n his epeoohea goes into a lenginy bis to
rv and apparent iuatification of the "per
sccuted Mormons." Tho Olio Eagle,
Mr. Martin's som organ, also admits and
iustifiea these votes. Ths. paper lays;
Mr. Sherman could say uorning
"nmst Mr. Martin, except thai u
voted against a bill proposing to repoal
certain enaotmsnls of the temtoritl legis
Utnros of New" Mexico and Utah. IN
THIS MR. MARTIN IS FULLY EN
DOUSED BY HIS CONSTITUENTS,
With the Lancastor Oazett we would
ask, seriously, "Is it possibly that the
Uemocraoy oi tne uin uisirioi are m
vor of these infamous and inhuman ha?
WHITE SLA VER Y AND TO
LYQAMY1 Is it possible that in this
dav of civil libertr. men can ne lounu
who ust fv WJJUJH SLd VJS.lil i-J.ua
BUYING AND SELLING OF
WHITE MEN AND WOMEN! U
possible that In this age of moral, souial
and religious advauecment men cau nc
found who justify polygamy?"f If so. let
Ihem indorse Mr. Martin py giving uim
their suffrages on tbe Seoond Tuesday of
next month. Athens Messenger.
Poor Aleu of Old FarlBeld Ilemember
That in the Territory of New Mexico
white men and women are sold into slave
ry for debt. That thty may bo whipped
by thoir masters.
Remember that if you should go lo that
Tcnitory to day, you might be sold into
Rcnumbor that before ibat law was ol
any force, it hud to "be approved byCon-
grcaa," and rkmkmbxr that C. D, Martin
voted to approve it, .
M -' OBITUARY. ' - " : '
DIED At bis residence, in Zaneaville,
Obo, on tbe moraidg of the 20lh of Sep
tember, 1860, after a short illness Uborqi
Weavbrv Esq., in' the 39th year sf bis age.
. In tbe death of this useful man the com-
muuity ( which he lived at the time of
his death, has sustained a lose which will
not soon eease to be folt; but to us, of tbe
county of Fairfield, who knew Lira from
childhood to rosnbood, within the circle
of his epoial tios and intercourse, bis loss
ig irreparable. It is here in his native
place that we may speak of him as we
knew him. and in terms free of a charge
of fulsome eulogy.
Georgo Weaver, the deceased, was tne
son of the late Adam Weaver, a pioneer
settler of Fairfield county. He was born
in lbs city of Lancaster, on ihe 9th day of
Sept. lf21 After reoeivmg a liberal ed
ucation he studied law and was aamittea
to the bar. He, however, relinquished
the praotice and ' become the proprietor
and editor t.f the Lancaster Gazette. : Af
ter conducting tbe paper with marked
ability and success fcr sev- rsl years, he
disposed of the establishment, ana remo
ved to Zantsville, and beoome one of (be
editors of the Zsnesville Courier. In this
situation he continued for some time, when
he was elected a Justice of the Peace,
and held that office until the close of his
life. He was a man of more than ordi
nary ability, and the gentleness of his
- i,t: e j: :.:
manners ana smiaoieness oi uisuuskiud
won the confidence and esteem ol all who
knew him. Ho was aa affectionate bos
band, father and friend, and leaves be
hind him a kind and devoted wife, and
three daughters, ot tender years, to la
ment their sad bereavement. - In the vigor
of manhood, and in the midst of useful
ness he has been called sway, and the
community deprived of a good and valua
ble citizen. On the day following bis
death hie remains were brought from
Zaneaville to the residence of his brother,
Mr. John C. Weaver, in Lancaster, and
after an appropriate delay taken to the
family buriul ground, and interred in the
presence ot a respectable concourse of
citizens by tie siJe of his deoeased pa
' ' For ths Outtt and Democrat.
Laacaster Market Spaoe.
To tbe oitixens of a tewn cobtaining
five thousand and upwards of inhabitants,
a spaoions, convenient and properly ar
ranged market space, is matter of very
considerable importance, not onlv to the-
burghere, but to their fellow citizens
from the surrounding country; those
who bring the products of their farms to
our markets, tu dispose of.
Our markets are growing muoh larger,
with the increasing population of tbe
oity, and its corresponding' increase ii
business, than tkey were a few years
back: but especially during the present
summer, on account of tho very abundant
supply of commodities which the season
has produced. , Every person who. has
been attending ths maikots recently, must
be by this time quite convinced, that the
market house and space surrounding k
are entirely inadequate to the occasion.
An ordinary market lhero, now, is a per
fect pack; so much so indeed, aa to make
it difficult to force ones self through,
more especially on account of the enor.
mous ex'ent of crinoline there to be found.
City Fathers, think of this matter.
The Pacific Tbijoraph. The only
bid now before Secretary Cobb is (hat of
Major Sibley, and it is quiie likely the
contract will be awarded to him. The
prospeot, therefore, is lhat the work will
soon be commenced and vigorously pros
ecuted to completion.
Hard Up. ...
Ths New York Tribune; lays, it is au
thorized to state that ths managers of the
Fusionists used tho name of Gen. Scott,
at their meeting last Monday, without his
consent. The gallant old veteran will not
allow hit name to be employed for any
Thry rIho ud the names of S- B. Alt
bacie, 3. H. Field, and Gardner Spring,
jr., as Vice President and the name of
Jaoob Dodge as one of the Secretaries,
without their consent, all of whom an
nounce it as their purposo to vote lor Lin
coln and Hamlin. BprirAVW Republic.
New York, Sept., 24. The steamer
Adrimio arrived at midnight Inst night.
The Etna artived out on the !0lh, and the
NorMi America on the 10th.
Garibaldi entered Naples on the 8th,
with bis slaff,alooe. The joy was intense.
A Provisional Government wasformod.
Naples was tran quil.
Uaribaldi had discovered a .National
Committee illegally constituted, and or
dered the Prefeot of Police to punish
them. He had 'consigned the fleet and
arsenal to Admiral Periens,'and proclaim
ed Victor Emanuel King of Italy.
The ennftulaticm of the tort was expect
Insurrections had taken placo at researo
and Uibino. Four hundred diisuigents
repulsed the Papal troops.
The inbiliiianis ot f ergoid, sinigaglia,
and othor district, had also revolted, and
proclaimed for Victor Emanuol.
The Telegraphs and bridges were all
broken down. Urbino was free.
Insurrectionary movements in the Mar
ches and Umbria were extending.
Russia desires a perfect reconciliation
wiih Austria. Arrangements for anea
ling are to be made immediately and meas
ures ttken for ending the present state of
things, which Russia considers iutolera
A etate of siege at Ancono bad been
The Turkish embassador at t ans Das
received power to sign tho Syrian con
The United Stales consul general at
Alexandria had protested against the cre
ation -of an international tribunal for the
settlement of foreign monetary disputes,
the competency of wbicb tribunal re
oouhl not recognize, unless ho had the
same right to appoint members as consul
genorale of the great European powers.
France as the l'ope s proiecior, disap
proves of armed resistance; and should
Piedmont assume the aggressive, fiance
will withdraw from Sardinia hor protec
tion. Fiance hopes that Piedmont will
respect international right, which alone
can presorve a mutual alliance and trusts
Victor Emanuel will avoid political faults
which would be a misfortune for Italy.
Garibaldi found eighty million livres at
the bank of Naples.
The Satdiuian nag ia flying from all
the forts of Naples.
A panic prevails In Homo. Ihe cabi
nets of Vienna, Munich and Dresdent ad
vised tho King of Naples to take re fugs in
Germany. The Sultan had ordered the
Grand Viz.-r to prsceed to London end
Paria to nego'.iate a loan.
Illinois Central Shares just relapsed to
18(3)1 8 discount.
Turin, Sept. 24. The King received
to-day a deputation from Umbria and the
inhabitants of Marohes. His Majesty
granted ihe protection which tho deputa
lion solicited, and orders have been given
to the Sardinian troops to enter these
provinoes by the following pioclamuion
of the 7ih.
Soldiers you are about to enter the
marches at Lumbria to establish civil or
der in tho town now desolated by miss
rule and to give people the liberty of ex
pressing thoir own wishes. You will
not fight against the armies of powers, but
will free those unhappy Italian provinces
from ihe bands of foreign adventurers
which infest them. Do not go to revenge
injuries done to me and to Italy but to
prevent the popular haired fiom unloosing
itself against tba oppressors of the coun
try. By your example you will teach the
peonlo forgiveness of offenses, and Chris
tian tolerance to the men who compared
the love of the Christian fatherland to Is
lamism. At peace with all tho Great
Powers and holding myself aloof from
any provocation I intend to rid Central
Italy of one continual discord: I intend to
respect lbs seat of the Chief of the Church
to whom I am ever ready to give in ae
oordanco with the allied and friendly
Powers, all the guarantees of independence
a security which his misguided advis
ers have in vs:n hoped to obtain from ihe
fanaticism of ibe wickod eoct who eon
spires against my authoiity, and against
the liberty of the National soldiers. Iam
aoeused of ambition, yeB, I bave one am
bition, and that is to preserve Europe
from the continual danger of revolution
Married by the Rev. T. J. Downey,
Sept. 13, 1860, Mr. JOSHUA B. LAR
IMER to Miss KUZAUttTJi JUiNES, all
of Perry county, Ohio.
Also on the 20tb inst., at the residence
of the bride's father, Dr. N. C. GUN-
DER, and Miss ORPIIA A. WELLS, all
With the above notice came what puts
the "Devil" in good cheer a large, fine
We wSbTi the happy bride and trroom
long life, much joy aud great plenty of the
world s good things.
On the th ot fcept. by Kev. Alan sing
Flamming. Mr. J. Y. WISEMAN of
Perry Co., and Miss II AT TIE E. LAN
DON, of Fairfield Co. "
On the 1 6th inst.. at the residence of
tbe bride's father. MR. JESSE HEFT
and Miss MARY J. EATON, both of the
vicinity of Lancaster, .
By the same on the 24th inst., at his
residence, Mr. CHRISTIAN KIIOUT
and Mrs. CATHARINE WERTZBERG
ER, both ot the vicinity of Lancaster.
. .GREAT SALE OF , ,
ffHE nndenlftdd will offer, on Ike lltll Day of
I October next, (being the second day or the
Pilrneld County Fair.) AT TIIK PAIR GROUNDS.
tn Lencaaler.et 10 o'clock, A. M., of (aid eay. all et
Person afflicted wltb the Ferer and
Ague eboiild not spare either ttme. trouble or ex
pense lo procure Dr. Ucttetllr'$ OtUiratii Bitttrr,
whose beneftclent effects apon the system has been
clearly proved lo those who hare been stricken down
tn asbortspace of time by this dreadful earn, whose
checks are wan and roengre and whoie rjiphts aro
sleepless and restloss and whose oyea are dim and
sonkon , with death staring them In the face, tills com
pound mutt prore a blossing: snatching them, ae It
were.rrom tn. mon-n or tne grare. none (an know
its true Tatue until they hare tested it. When air
others have Hilled, these Rltters have restored the suf
ferers te pristine health. Their popularity In ull Ibe
Werternand Southern parts should Introduce lueiii
to all famllietv
Sold by Druggist and dealers generally over) whom.
2Kde advertisement In another column.. Im33
Dr. Broatson's lilood Feed.
The demand for this unrivalled Preparat on la be.
vond theposstbility nfadoubl, and Its sale is becom
ing as large as that of any other article now before Ihe
public. Tens of thnnssnds of persons who are suffer
ers are now seen daily walklug the streets of all the
principal cities of tbe Union, and by tbelr Influence
spreading the fame of Dr. Sraasen'e Uloed FtQd
throughout Ihe elvlllud word. But tbe trial of one
bottle Is more convluoing than all we could say In a
whole newtpapercolutnn. It gives life, health, and
beauty to Ihe sick, and restores, a If by magio, Uinso
whose were supposed to be Irrecoverably lost. Wo
need only to say, try It.
We would also call tbe attention of Mothers to Dr.
Ealcn'i nunlie Ctrdiil. This is said to be superior
toanyarticle of the kind known. If your anxious
hearts are petnedby witnessing tbe sufferings of your
little ones, lose to time in procuring a bottle. It Is
an invaluable speolno forlnfauta teething, thelrguma,
and kllaylngall fever and Irritation. By all means get
the Cordial, relieve the sufferings of your children,
and enlor unbroken vour own rennse 4JW...
aad Fenasr, Bridgiport, Ct.
oeo aavertisement. IruSX
The Unlveeal Cnnirh Hemcdvln .
or WHOOPING COUOH. Trhere are irtobatdy more
eases of Whooping Cough continued to great length
ol time by the us of Remedies containing expecto
rants, which not only aggravate the Cough, but run
down the system, making the Cough fatal or produc
ing Consumption than by any other eaoaa. This 1
completely obviated in the Universal Cough Remedy,
wiHim contains miming io prostration ana tne vougn
ylolds naturally, while tho system is sustained. Ke
eti In Justify this decltratlon,uudallare asked lo satis
fy themselves by trial. -
UjSoo advertisement. 1 . -4m93
InpectlncThe Feralan levir Charm
Par tbe pretention and cure ef Fmrr t4 Jlgui af
BllUut ftrtr: Ttili wonderful remedy was brought
to the knowledge ofths present proprietors byafrleud
who has been a great travoler In Persia and Ibe Holy
White going down ttie river Knphrales.he experienc
ed a )( attack of Pcrar and Aguo. On discover
ing his condition, one or Ibe Boatmen look from hie
person an Jmnltt, saying, "Wur I hit tni as Firer
will touch A llnoimh Incredulonsas to its vir
tues s ho complled,anrf experienced Immediate relief.
TROTTING HORSES AXD MARES,
OLD TOG U E.
THE SIRE OF Jim BAHTOS, JOE I""! h"","c" always round It an effecllon from all
uua.nus i u .m . v j, w ajalarloue eomplaliils,
and other famous trotting liorni,.and all of the noted
. TOGUE STALLIONS,
now standing In Ibis and adjoining counties. Hell
uow bit ISyearsold.a au re foal getter and tn good I
health. He needs no ru ruier euicrtpttoa tor be Is well
kuown all over this Ktato.
JIM. BARTON'S DAM.
Sound, only IS years old and in foal by old Togue; a
two year old Pllfy.out of Jim Barlou's dsm,by Young
Ulay trustee- omoe speeu
nY MAKE TOLT.
one year old, full sister to Jim Barton, sound, of Ine
style, and large, a very prooiislng colt.
A Yearling Horse Colt
liy OLD TOGUE, Sum, old Forest Rose, one or the
finest Hoadsters In Ohio. This colt ta a Sue bay coll.
of extraordinary style end action.
a Stallion, seven voara old, by old Togue. dam by Sir
George, 0. 0. Highlander, ll sixteen hands high,
dark bay.wilkonl white, aure foal getter, One roadster
aud ean go lu 3-20.
BAY MARE COLT,
A suckling, by old Tngne, dam half sister of Old
Togue, by the Rice Togue.
Terms Nino month sorudlt apon notes payable In
Bank, with approvod security.
This Stock will be sold without reserve.
Lancaster, Sept. 13th, IBM 4w.
LA N C A ST K R COUNCIL, So. J. .September S! , ISuO
I.OIlOK, No. J7 9.1
. CHAPTKH.No.il fij
KNCAMPM RJIT, No. October S
Sept. a, I sett. S. STKlNif AN, Kecorder.
On further inveillcstlnn he fonnri thst the hnnlm.n
attributed lo It eiirsaifea powers, and said that it
cnnldonly tie obtained from the Priests of the Sun.
Sometime afterwards, the gentleman in conversing
with a Priest obtained from In in the secret of Its Pre
paration, and ascertslnsd where the medicinal herbs
were found, of which it was compounded. The woo -dorfut
vlrtnea of this srlicle have Inuuned full be
lief in the hilnda oftlio nattvusiu the mlruculout boal
Ing powers of their Prieiis.
Since his return to America. It has beea tried with
the hsptiieslenect by suveral Ladies slid Gentlemen
of hign character, who have given it the most iinquall-
nea prune mis remeuy naving rieen a specific In
Persia for hundreds of years, for Ihe prevention and
cure of Pever and Ague and Bilious Fevers Is now
ofTored to the Amorlcun people.
It will bo sent by moll, prepaid, with full directions
for use, on recolpt of oee dollar.
Principal Hanoi and Manufactory, IBS Main Street,
Richmond, Virginia. Hranch Office, Bank of Com
mence Rallilltig, Now York. Addre.s
JuneSH, IrJou lyls JOHN WILCOX CO.
Dr. Iteback'e Scandinavian UloodFlUa
and Ulood Purifier.
"The blood Is the life," soya Scripluro; so save
Science slso. Kxpel corruption Irnm the blood atid
no disease can exist In the system. My B'.ood Pills
and PsrISer peiform their tank effectually. They are
powerlul veiretstile detergeuts, aud cure all forms of
disease, whlcarise'from impure blood, slmulv be
cause they remove the common causes of disease from
the life-sustaining luld. Hence their snnsresilv
miraculous cures of scrofula, eruptions, tumors. dys
pepsia, liver eomplalnli, rheumatism, swelling of tho
Joints, and all unVrllona of the Internal organs, which
uo not proceed from tuulrormatiuu.
lT7"Kee advertisement. . 1m 10
A never nulla. Antleote br 81(k Head.
r achs. Dvsucpde, Jovsr and Ague, A
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S V l. rnm., . ML PiMtlVMlM
- J. 'I I &
BllWuioes, Nsnmlfts.Oolto, tff
Depraved AppetiM, mssr. i
drml Stamarh, lemda
"WILSON 8 PILLS are nnlvsnally ac
knowledged tubs tbe best now In us. As a Parally
medietas they are sarttcularly rerammendcd-elmple
and karmlsas, but highly aedlolnsl In tbslr com
bluaUea. One PU1 dose, with mild but cer
tain effects. The robust man and ths delicate child
use thetu silks, with every asrarsnes ot entire
safcty. With Wilson's Pilta, every Mother U.
the land beeamss her own physician. Tbsy hate
proved thsnuelres a apidnc, and (land without a
rival for the following aftoctkmi:
nBADACIIB, FEVKB AV AGTJB,
Hat ADACI1B, FBVRR eV AVE,
DTSPIPSlaV, UVIB 00K7LAHIT,
Costttenoaa, Blllouinen, neuralgia,
CosUveneaa, Biliousness, neuralgia.
Sold by Druggists Doaien iverywhere.
PBBP ARID BY ', , .
B. L. PAHNESTOCK tt CO.
Importer e Wholesale Druggish
So. 60, eorner Wood aad 4th fits.
sou rtnrunou or
B. L. Fahnesfock's Vermlfune. a
HO W A RD ASSOCIATION
A htnevtUnt Inititulitn (Jfesissca' tf ifftittl F.lt
Sawmtnt.far tht Riliet the Siek and Diitretttd
mfitrltd with Kire.sl mud Kpidtmis iisesss, eaii
mitrialll J't I hi Cars cj Ditcnttl otkl Suaal Or
gans. MKU1CAI. ADVICK given gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, toall who apply by letter, with a de
scription of their conditio ii, (age, occupation, habits of
life, dec.,) and In cams of extreme poverty, Medicines
furnished free of rhsrge.
VAI.UAHl.K RKPUKTS on Supermatorrhma. and
other Plseasea of the Sexual Organs.and on the Mi W
KKMblllKM employsd In Ihe Dispensary, sent to the
afflicted In sealod letter envelopes, free of charge.
Two or tli roe stamps forpostas;e will be acceptable.
.mirrns, nr. j . or 1 1,1.1 1 liuiiuui un, Acting hur
RoldbyK.t. RLOCt'M, Lancaster; Bundermia &
Knouff, Amanda; E Kalb, Huihville,
Lancaster, Augtiit.S, 1800 lyl8
eon, Howard Association, No. S South Ninth Street,
Phtledtlputa, Pa. By order of the Directors.
K. D. HARTWKLL, frsi'f.
Aug. I, lH0U-l-ly.
MAME OF TIME.
ON and after Monday, June 1 1th 1R00,the schedule
eltlmerorTralnson this road. Loavinir Lancas
ter will be as follows:
Eastward Train. '
No.l.Psssengeratl 18P. M.arrltlnrttZanesvlll
al S 15 P. M.,makln(direetcoiinectlonsfor Ihe Bast.
Preight aud Accommodation Train alii 20, A.M.
arriving al ZaneivllK atlOlS A. M. Making direct
connectlonsfortbe East and West tia. the Central
OhioKailroad. Passengersfnr Colnmhns will take
thlsTratn. Theabovefrnlnsstopat allstatloos.
Preight and Accommodation Train leaving Morrow
el S00 p, M. will on Saturday night rnn loUocostcr
on cam time, ana irom mere resume its trip vn as on
' Westward Train.
No. 9, PasnengeratllOO A. M.,arrlvlngat Clnctn..
nail 40 P.M.
Prelrhtand Aeeommodallon Train at 7 00. P.M.
departureat7 la P. M. arriving at Cincinnati atSOO.
Prelghtand Accommodation Train leaving Zanes-.
vllleatJ IS P.M.wlllonSatordsynlgMron to Uncas-.
teraod from there resume its trip on Sunday night.
WM.KKY BOND, Receiver.
R. D. ABBOT, AulrtnntSeperlJitendenL
June U, iSbO Stf
H. H. HUNTBR,
J. A. HUNTER,
H. H, HUNTER & SON,
Attorney and Counsellor at iaw
riCB-Bbirllsr House, upstairs. Bntrance wei
aster, aprll III, 1800 3tr