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C1TT "OF tAJJCASIEB.
Republican Ticket .
' FOR PRESIDENT,
1 or llltnoii.
, ,. SUPREME JUDGE. '.
' 1 -OF RICBLAKD COCNTT.
' or WOOD CnTHiT.
MEMBER W ROAD PUBLIC WORKS
OP TUSCARAWAS CofKTY.
FOR CONGRESS, ml. DISTRICT
Valentine B. Horlon.
OF VEIOS COl'NTT.
Presides! Elector for the Klntn nt I.ttrffr.
FRED. LUSSAURECK, of Hwiilion.
JOSEPH M. HOOT, or Erie.
'' , CJNGRKS8IONAL DISTRICTS. '
1st District B. Egglestor,
2d, "'.." William M. Dickson
3d ' . Frank McVbinney
4th ' ' John Riley Knox
6th D. W. II. Howard
6'h .-. T- U. Murphy
7th " Neldon Rush
Mil "" John F. Ilinkle
JOiU " II. S. Unruly.
11th " , J)ani.1 B Stowart
12th ' U P. Li Babor
13tb i " Jolw.Beatty
14th'; ' '' AVillaid Sh.eum
16ih Joseph Alike y
lGth Edward Ball
17th '", v. John A, Davunport
19li '", ' Samuel IV I'hilbrick
2 Int. ' Norman K. Mackenzie
. County Ticket.
AnAIUr-MllrON D. HAKER
Clurk VALENTINE CUPP
Pros. Alt irney It. M. CLARKE
Rheriff-C. M. L. WISEMAN
Com'rs) JAMKS PICK EltlNO. full term
.. f JOHN CiREIR, short term
Coroner SALKM WOLF
Survevor-.TOHN W. FLOOD
Recorder GEORGE W. EDGAR
In. Direetor H. S. HAMMOCK
in every shape in which it waa presented.
lie idmhltd that 'Le oted for Mor
rill's protective; tariff ,y and yet effected
to favor thev protection of American in
dustry for What purposo let "Old W'higs
: He asserted that Hie Democratic idea oi
tariff was the udvu.'oruui doty, when he
knew' the fact that the present Democratic
President in two ol his annual mewitfeB
nressod and urr;ed upon the consideration
of Congress a"nd the country a tariff of
II had the audacity to charge "fraud
and corruption and bribery" upon the
Republican paity, when he kntw tVatlhe
party to which he belonged was I uried up
so do-p in Iraud and bribery and corrup
tion, as lo al B'h decency and put to
e ame everything that had ever gone be-1
fore, when he knew that die President of
W1I1TE SLWEkTTx NEW MEXICO,
I lie SellliiK
In January 1859, the Territorial Lr-gis
lature of New Mexico, passed a law regu
lating .the relation between " master and
ecrvanV I ins law sanctions whitk
slavery. The boyino and bulling of
vniTE MKN AND WOMEN FOR DEBT. . Ir AU
THORIZES the master to inflict cruel and
MRRCII.r.-iS . rCNISHMKNT I'PON HIS WHITE
slave and denies the slave redress io
Before this most barbarous most in-
C. 1. Mnrthi.'.llla MfWariMiip ni rn.
tiered br 1llmrll' lie ndinlls and Jo
llflca Ills viito nenintt the Abolli-linn-nt
nf Poly(riiniT"llo nilmil, JnMifiea nml
IlnalH of. lila vote lo lip prove White
1 Hlavriy in New MexicoHe ri-rverle
llUtorr'JIe riilslOe the Iterord.
, On Fridy night last C. D. Mer;in the
"gifiod orator," the "able and eloquent
representative of the Eleventh CVngre.
ionl.Ditiiot," the "pior, white headed
hoy," gave an account l lii sti'wnrdehip
nod justification of his b4ief Conpess
ional reboid et the Court lLuse in Lau
cmter. : IIi effort .was hut a iehanh of
what he li Raid every whcie in the din
triot. It wa but a reproduction of the
tale stuff ho baa bean ringing In the peo
pie ears ilnco the campaiga opened. Ii
posiessed no earthy merit exrept the inge
nuity ho-eihibitod in covering up bin own
Ira'cki. ' The aaal be manifested in ib
pervi rsiun of tho principles of Kepuhli.
eanisin, die determined and porsiHteut ef
fori to deceive and uhout the people.
W follow tho (lentleman briefly thro'
hie speech. lie charged that the Hpub
lieaa party weru rcspotisible f ir the two
months oonfiifton and lurnioil the dis
graceful scenea tl'at were inuctdd in the
Ust huusi) before ill organization, and yet
ho knew, as did every intelligent, ha'f-
wilted school boy in the country, lliul the
Republican patty by ruasou of its Imving
a majority over any other one jmriy in
Cotigress wan entitled to the orai i
lion, und that himself and his Dcinonratin
friendi, did eveiytliirj in t! c;.r power
fair mid unfair thai they resortud lo u ve
ry purlianieiitary trick--exlittus'e I the
vocabulary of I Wkyuaidiun and nbune
talked against lime, threatened and blowcd
and bluntered and bullied with aviowof
pieventin an oryimii.it ion by the election
of Republican. II Censured Jnhn Shcr
mao and opposod hie elrction, nppluuded
lh treasonabU throan of ti e South that
"if John Sherman was (lasted Spcakrr
tdlicienc to tin Union Was trcanon to
libnrty;" and yet Slid ihiit John Shor
rnan'i erpUnation of his en lorHinuwii nf
tha Uilper Book ras saiijfaot:ry lo him.
HehoWly avowud that the "Hoincstuad
Bill wti no pnrly iiua-uro" and yet he
knew (if he is not niiu ignornnl tliiin
WO bnlievo him to be) ihnl the lpuldi
cans of Congress introduced u,l WUp.
ported the Lill that tho DcmortotH of
Congest oppoacd ami defented it iVut
tho Republican paiiy lit Philadelpiiia in
'6G and At Chirago in 'OQ made it a party
meaxure by adnpiing it as a plank in
tboir platform, while the Dcniocraby ig
nored and failed to adopt it. lie snid lint
"Hannibal IWmUn was tho louder of the
anli-IIo:iieiilcad party of tho K:ibt" and
that h voted against the Homestead mea
sure, when ho knew, if lie knew a:iyt'ning
that Ilaonibal Hamlin waa a friend of the
measure, and voted for it in every shape
and (very fotm not legs than ten times
before it finally passed the Senate only
to be retoed by a Democrstie President
, ;. which veto was sustained by a Demo
;.;ptatio Senate. He asserted that " S. A.
- Douglas .gave 'tba Homestead Bill bis
liearty soppjrt' when be know, or ought
to have fcoowu, that 3. A. Ponglae gave
It ha lupp-iri at all dudging (he rjo,-stiou
the parly with whom he ftood id-ntifieil
had bxen censured ajnd diegraccd; stood
iuiparhed before the world for the cor
rupt end unholy ubo of the people's mo
ny in cairying electiins. He said (for
the purposes of argument for tlo mean
purpose of cairyieg e mfaner point) that
thf Repu' licanpiny as paity took its or
igin in 18 j4, when he knuw (if ho has any
knowledge of the history of purlieu in this
country) that tho "Republican party as a
pnrty bad no political existence until
18&6. Ha held out the idea and labored
U convoy the imprestiien that the Repul
lienn piny were in
wi ll elavery in the States, and sillily usked
th silly question, how tl.cy could "strike I
olfthe chxins of hum'ii bondege in the
Sla'es," when he knew that the Republi
can arty piopoed no such thing; when
ho knew they wore op 09cd lo the inter-I-re
nee with fclavery in the Btutes.'' Ilo
alU-iiil that Cmigri ss had no power lo cx
ciude ulavi'iyjn the lei rituiies, when he
bud admitted in his grcit epc-cch but a
few nii,ntkfl before, ll at the territories
were not beyond tho control andjunt re-
iil itioti of Congreea.'1 That ''the his'ory
of K'iias abounded in wise and jut in
'invention on '.lie part of Congress."
I'cavoW'd the doctrino of popular sov-
ereigniy endorsed S. A. Dougiasand his
plailnrni in the face of the fact that two
years ngo ho endorsed Mr. Buchanan,
ni'd Mr. Buchanan's territorial policy
striking down es it does Mr. Douglas's
doi triiio, and deny inn as.il did, the power
of a territorial legislature to excludo
lie H-Kert.U tlmt tl:o people ol no terri
tory had ever established slavery, when
the fact is patent (o the world ar.d admit
ted by Jui'ge Douglas, that the "people
of New. Mexico by the doctrine of squat
ter sovereignty have titablUl.cd slavery
in tho whole of that territory once lice.'
He admitted his vole against the repeal
of tho odious, inhuman nnd bsibaioue
practiced! polygamy in Utah, and justi
fied it on (be cround ofiqiinlter sovereign
ty, interposing in part i)ic pitiable plea
that the law could not In enforced, when
he knew that the whole power of tho fed
cral government would le brought to bear
noon the enforcement of tlmt law had il
Proclaiming ihe doctrine of lion-inter
vention as he did, urging the people to
mind iheir own business and lot Ihe p'-o
pie of Utah regulale their doruoMio affaire
in their own way. He had the hardihood
to siy (for tho purpose ofcatching voles)
"ii tho Republicans wanted cuVtive
legislstion lo ubolish polygamy in Utah
iho Democratic parly would give il lo
Ho admitted his vote for the approval
of (he biirbcroui and inhuman law of the
leg Ik: ii re of New Mexico by which poor
white men were sold ii totdavery for debt;
by which the employer waa siuhorized to
whip while men employed to do his work,
provided it bo not done "with clubs and
Btrijics," and justified it on tho ground of
"humanity and "popular novcreigniy.'
He claimed that the ordinance of 1707
was a Democratic measure, when he knew
that that ordinance legislated elnvery out
of i very foot of territory that then bo
longed to tho nation; when he knew that
it was the very buin of Republicanism
and the vory opposite of tho Democratic
doctrine of non intervention.
U') asserted that the Demor-ratio purly
had a'ways and unifoim'y ndmi'ted new
Wuitcij hito tho Uuion applying for admi
sion with n republican form of govern'
mem, when he knew the same parly of
last wintor snuffed nt the application of
KaiifliiK, nnd refused her ndmih'sion with
mi anti-Slavery Constitution, and lor no
other reason than that ehe would have
come in a Kenublican Slate'
He asserted thai Abraham Lincoln had
vol d In withhold Mipplies from Mexican
soldiers during the Mexican war, when
he know the asforlion wus a fabrication
manufactured out of whole cloth; when
hekni'W that Ahrtham Lincoln had done
the very revest had voted Iho iiecesaiy
supplies for the prosecution of iho war.
Wo have thus covered every part of
Mr. Martina epr-ech, except his efloits to
ridiunlt) certain " young men " who we:o
"pub'iehing n certain political paper in
this city." Mr. Manin will excuse us
for treating that port of his speech with
tho siloiit contempt it desorves.
h'uman, most unchristian act of the Terri
torial Legislature could become a law ir
II All TO HE 6ANCTI JTE0 AND APl'ROVED BY
the Conoress or tub United Statks for
the reason lh.it tho act organi.ing the
Territory of New Mexico provides "that
nil tlit luwt passed by the leg'ahtire atsem-
C D. Iartin'
Justifies tiii vole for the approval of whito
slavery in New Mexico on the ground of
Tbpular Sovereignty." Will white mon
votu for a man, tlio legitimate result of
whdee doctrine would enslave them?
C. D." Martin
Justifies hie vote for the approval of the
law ol New Mexico, by which white men,
American citizens, may be Bold into slave
ry for dobl,; upon the ground of "Squat.
ter Sovereignty." Will poor men vote
for the man whos doctrine would make
slaves of them because of their inability
to'pty their debts?
Is in favor of letting the people tf Utah
have just such dowestio institutions as
they want. The people of Utah want po
lygamy as one of llieir domestic institu
tions; therefore. C D. Martin is is favor
of letting ibe'people of Utah have polyg
amy. . ''
Tj ;n fnr f" lit!i,if ihe neooleof New
bhj and Governor th.ll be jubmUed ;o dumesli(J illglitu.
me Longm. oj m uhw m JUc pcope ofNew
utntijjfrvveu, mialli rjuu
(.See U. S. Statutes a't Luge, Vol. 9. page
From Uie Westoru CbrUUin AaroMlo. t
THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
Advice to our Members
W hppe, in ihe excitement that never
(ails te occompany a Presidential election
our members will not forget their Chris
tian profession. Thatlbore aliould boo
great deal of Interest manifested in the re
sult i not straiige; but Is what iiibv red
sonably bo expected, nd ought td lis ex
neoted. The want of Buob - interest
would evince an spauiy in uie puuno unnu
unfavorable to iho perpetuity dfourfiee in-
s itutions. But our eal should notoverstep
the bounds of Christian propriety. What
ever ought to be done at all ought to. be
done in a sensible, Christian way. What
shall it profit a man ingaio any party tri
umph nnd lose hisownsoul. Besideswhat
ever may be gained by any party by cheat
ing, lying, bribery fraud or whisky, will
not bo likely to be permanent oven as a
party triumph. Hones'y is the best poli
cy even in polities as in everything else.
We hope every one ef our readers who is
entitled to vote will do bo, and we see no
impropriety in any individual's advoc
ting what particular political measures he
mav doam riifht; but ho should nover do
it in a way to sacrifico his nelf-respcot.or
lose ihi confidence ol Ins lellow man as a
man of trutj and candor. He has no
right to neglect his religion for any pol
itical considera ions whatever. Whatev
er eaa not bo done with a L'ood conscience
with w mdrit of prayer, and with such a
trust in God as induces us to sk the bles-
Never was a dirtier, more oontcmptible
insult offered to the intelligence, honesty
and decency of eny. community or of any
party, than is lo bejfound in the Eagli ex
tra of last week; a tissue of falsehoods that
would put to blush th father of lies."
A stream of blackguardism and abuse
exhausting (he fountain of billingsgate.
Never was the intelligence, honesty and
decency of any party so much imposed
upon, never was the ignorance and cre
dulity of any party bo presumed upon.
We are rejoioed that the honest Demo-
cratio masses Lave reDutea me insuii
ihus offered them bj; their earnest denun
ciations. We' are glad to be ablo lo 6ay
that but few even of the hardened, bra
zen and desperate acnungogues of iho
pirty could offer one of lbo.se ex trass to
a respectable man without blushing for
shame. We publish below few samples.
We ask Democrats to swallow ihiin if
Laboring Men remember, that Horlon
will do all lie can to reduce your wagia,
thro' Negro competition.
Don't Forget when you go to the Polls
on the Second Tuesday of October, that.
Horlon is opposed to . any thing like n
Eor tk Ctle hd Democril.-,
. tttk" 1AT VICTOKY. '
Ruriptitsd tr th Irlumpbtnl deslh ol Jm Bonn'
mm, Km)., Iila pcfulir Marshal of ur on j.
As soma Immortal ehleftalt K4d ebulneil "
From noil; aklrmlalMs lb coursgaaBd Iho skill
To battle nu a-luri-or Mais, aad nil
His wreath of glory with III tonqnerl trained,
Ho Jian linieogqiird Ull Ika I ant rraat vklory,
'1 hroiiarh Christ has erowue4 aim wilU turmll
Kalvatlons beacon-Bros on ealrarr.
iniini'a nis patnwajr to tna lat'rliiic "Ti
A roles amid lbs Ana! gloom and sttlfo,
Was heard, arrli.a ami (s '"
While Faith etulllng sana; Ui tiiuninh song,
As harping angels bora lha slraliia lon: , .
O Poaili 1 thou art a conquer'd eouiiuror t '
'Though rushing to the I ray iu pannplr cuinploio,
Th J last graatoontesl was thy lant defeat ,
A wreath for '17 mortal to sec re I
A monarch once o'er all oui trembling; race,. .
Who Bed, but Bed In rain thy frowning face, 1
The king of kings has triumphed o'er the gram,
And made tliyselfln turn a ermichmg slave, ,,
toope ror us the gate or ntio.s doss,
And be fororer where iby conq'unr Is!
(r HoDaaHamaa.to iby heavenly home!
Ana oe tno Drstto greet us wnen we come. '
Laucuster, C, ... K. E. H. I.ivramu.
J"Wo Invite your attention ' to the"
card of F. Skinner & Co, Cincinnati, in
another column. " -'' - -
atSTThose wishing' anything in tho
Nursery line, would do wsll to read tho
advertisements nf Mr. Coffimn, of Carroll
rind Mr. Gravelt, of Ihe Lancaster Nureo-rie-s.
44. Soc. 7.)
It will bo remembered that the act or
ganizing Ne Mexico was a part of the
I . .,.. oi. if it I P .-"if! tnr
. e , . r rrr'1 V'llll'l unnac if.buarb "j .www
favor of interfering f . . ' . . , . J , . ,
, lwui.7. Dmf.ai voted, ami upon wnicii me
Democratic party now boast to Bland.
Last winter this odious law, opprss.ivo
of human liberty and disgraceful lo Amer
ican institutions came before Congros
for its "approval," und C, D. MARTIN
VOTED AGAINST THE BILL IN.
TRODUCED TO WIPE IT OUT.
This vote Mr. Martin admit. His
friends admit it '.he Ohio EugltivA all
the Democratic pipers in the District ad
mit it. No h"iH'st man can deny it; no
truthful man will
Mr. Martin's apology for thus indirect
ly voting to enfdave white men and wo-me-,,
dri '.bus indirectly votiDg to author
ize iho buying, selling and whipping 0!
poor white meu and tcomen is " Squatter
Sovereignly" the right of the people of
New Mexico to oppress tho weak and
enslave Ihe poor. , t
None other can be urgfd. Mr. JIartin
know tlm the organic act of Now Mex
ico made i'. ihe du' y of Congress either lo
sanction or disapprove of this law. He
knew that it could not become a law un
til CoiiL'tess had functioned il. Mr.
Murtin knew that Congress had the Con
stitutional power lo wipe out the bnrbir-
ism. He iiao admitted it. He imd
8id in the only speech he ever nude, up
on ihe subjoot lhal "I do not pretend lo
say that Ihe Territorial are beyond the
control nnd just regulation of Congress.
The unfortunate iustory of Kansas
abounds in instances of wiso and ffiuiont
intervention on the fart or Conoress."
We repeat, therefore, that Mr. Martin
had no apology fur his vole lhan ""Squat
Poor men of Old Fairfield you who,
migrating lo ihe Territory of New
Mexico in which ns a citizen of the Uni
ted Slates you have a common property
and common interest, may undor ibis
law be deprived of your i.iiikrtv, bo sold
Mexico want white slavery as a domestic sing of God upon our labors, had better
n M.i tin U in ha e.lt undone. And wo doon treat 01 an
temperance menno m dntain thoir princi
ples through the approaching contest,
'fhe habit of treating and tippling on these
occasions lays the foundation lor unutter
able sorrows in after lif). No drunkard
ror of letting the people of New Mexico
sell poor white men for debt.
C. l). Martin
Is in favor of lottintj the peoploofNow
Mexico make just such laws ns they please.
The people of New Mexico havo pleased
to psss a law by which tho landlord, or
employer, or master i? authcr.zid to whip
whito men employed to do his work;
therefore, C. D. Martin is in favor of let
ting the people of New Mexico pass a law
by which the landlord is nllswed to whip
white men employed to do his work.'
J) EM O CR A TS, ' REMEMBER,
That C D. Martin says that Cungresi shall
not interfere wish the dorheslio iofltitu.
institution; therefore, C.
favor letting iho people of Ne-v Mexico
have white s'avery.
. - ' - 1 - : . fie ",. nnn fTTns. iii-i mutfor
Is in favor of biting tho peeple 01 flew ir "PH-c' ""J "
. .1 i -r . ,1 nf' ow highly lie may be tfiited, nnd how
Mexico do as they please. Tho people of , jn pt)icr wl)0
New Mexico phase lo ecll poor whilo men Lmonj, us WdUi(i bj willing, in a voyag-
for debt; thcrefuro, C. D. Martin is in la- ncrossihe ocean, to intrust our livos aud
(amilies to a drunken crew? And arc
drunkards better prepared to mitnage thfi
ship of state?
It affords us pleasure to place' conspic
ously in our columns the above well-timed
editorial. So appropriate and especially
adapted is il to our locality, that it would
BOem indeed that it was purposely written
lor this county.
Read it, Christim men of I'airlisld,
and apply its tests to the candidates pre
sented before you next Tuesday.
We, as Ripublicons, challenge the
scrutiny. For weeks has our ticket
bsen beforeyou, and wa have yet the first
word to hear uttered' against the moral
and social stan ling of any of our candi
dates. Even ilia Eigle, with its notori
ous and nmitligated lying, daro not wo
- m . -"" 11-;-.-
Pensona afflicted with (he Fever nntt
Ague should not spare either time, trouble or ea
pense to procure Dr. Jltitettir Cttehrate-l flitters,
whose beneSclent elfdcls upon the system linrf hoen
clearly proved to those who have been slrickcuilowi,
In tt fthort mmpA nf tlma tiv thia fjeiillrtrnl eur.a. whrt.it
Remember, that llorton belongs to the 'checks are wan and meiujin. and whoio nights nro
ri, 1 I-,,- lie 11 t-,- I sloepluKS nnd restless nnd whose eyes are dim ami 1
OIlBSU.anil UlddlOg SClloOl Ot AO.llltlon- Umken.wllh death slnrlngthom In the rec, this com-
ponnd must prove a blossing: snntclilng ttiem, as it
were, from the inou'h ol tlio grave. IHnneran know
Its true value until they have tested l When all
others have failed, these Ulnars hove tWored the suf
ferers to pristine health. Their popularity in nil Ihe
Western and Southern parts should introduce thoiii
to all fiiiniliei. .
Sold by Druggist and doators genorally evrywli,orp
. ICSoo advertisement lu another column. !iu-.?
Dr. Ilronson'e Illeod Food.
The 4omand ror this unrivalled Prepar.il on Is bo
yond thepossthllityofadonbt, nnd its sale is heeuin- '
lug as large as that of any other article now before the
public. Tens of thousnnds of persons who are sulTur
ers are now seen daily walkiug tjio streets of all the
Hie, miv tsiv iu mvur ui biiihih 1.110 wwiu
White from the Constitution, aud placing
Negroes upon a perfect equality,
Uatnlin, tui buck Republican candi
date for Vice President, spoke afrainst and
voted against Iho Homestead B 11.
Valentine Ii. Horlon, voted to Extend
Slavery into Kansas and to extend the
Fugitive Slave Lawgiver Kansas.
We charge V, B. H irlon with being in
lavor 01 White blavery DeoaUSe wnen 110 principal cities or the Union, and by their iiiBneiirie
waa In fionrrreas. he did not introduen a spreading tba famo of Dr. Br.as.a't Bloai -r
I 'll - I- 1 r ' n , : throughout Iho clvllned word. But the trial of ono
Dome ii more convincing man an we couiu ssy in a
whole newspaperoolumn. Itglvea life, health, and
beamy to the sick, and restoros, as ir by mugtc. thoso
whoslo were supposed to be Irrecoverably lost. We
need only to any, ty i(.
We wuiuld alsoeail tho attention of Mothers to Jtrv
Katon Infantile Cordial, This Is said to lie superior
to any article of the kind known. K your aioiiou
hearts are pained by witnessing the sufferings of your
little ones- lose no time In procuring n bottle. It is
an invnluablo speeiilc rnrtnt'anisloulliiiig.theirgions. '
and aliayingall rover and irritation. K) all inennsget
the Ooruial, relievo the siiffurings of your children,
and enjoy tiiihroken yooc own repose. AdrerUter
and Farmtr, Bridgeport, Ct. ,
See advertisement. Iiu23
lions of tho territories.
REMEMBER, That white slavery is repeat it, dare not, utter a single worn ae-
tho buying ond selling of whito men for
debt, is a domcslio institution of the Ter
ritory of New Mexico.
REMEMBER, therefore, that C. D-
Martin seya that Congress shall not abol
rogatory to the Blending of any man upon
thai ticket. We ask tho most thorough
But how is it with the other side, the
Douglas ticket of this county? and lake
ish tho odious Mid uochriHtian bubarism not our say so, but listen, wo ask you, to
bill rep'saling the Imprisonment for Debt
law in ilassachuselis.
llorton is a man of great wealth, an ar
isl cratic at heart He I. as his Jims' looli
hr every rorner in the D'strict, circula
ting barefaced Lies against Martin. Re
coiled thai these fellows are paid to lie,
Believe not a word they say. Brand these
columniators as paid filtfifycrs!
Why do tho Negroes all shout fjr Lin
coln and the Republican ticket?
Because ibev know that Lincoln and .T.'.!T"A?""' !?",,'lh KernM-in ce
.. n , ,. - . .. .... . , 1 01 w iiuwrinii cut u 11. itiere are prouauty more
the Republican 1 party are Abolitionists, j oases or Whooping Cough continued to great leugth
and in favor of giving Wiggers the same - KIS':
ol white slavery in New Mexico.
C. D. Martin
TulIIRao li t. vnld naainkt. the ulmlUliment
of polygamy in Utah, on the ground of " every scuooi u.str.ct in
S.;mi " Will not tins the
the assertions and testimony of ihe Dero
crats themselves. Let them lell you of
the notorious facte the disgra!o(ul nod
disgusting ptacticos that have been cn-
Will not the 1 ll,e county, now tuat wmwy una uowea
I... . i . im i
neonle of the llth District put some man I'M waier-nigni maue niueous oy noisy,
in his place whose "dootrine" will not con
(l et bo much with morality, religion, de
cency, national honor, and tha true in
terest of ibis people?
Freemen of Fairfield,
drunken rovelry (and dancing at S honk's ;)
and even the holy Sabbath descerated by
crowds of drunken mon surrounding and
filling the low groggcries where candi
dates were openly and frojly troating all
who came. Why, justlook al and read the
charges in the card of William Upfield.
That Mr. UpGeld is a mm of truth and
We ask you to bear in mind, that the
Constitution ol the United Stales was
rr.me.1 lo extend thcblessinirs of Libert,-' honor no one iliat knows him will qucs-
into slavery FOR I'K.DT, will you '"''"I'M n0t, Slavery," m& lhat it is a foul slander. I'011, llllry yuars 1,8 ,,as l,oon n
ibis wouk npology fur this great wrong ?j B(tcroj instrument where even prominent and influential Democrat in
V r -II ,.. Il-.' fi 1 1 , . . ,!.. 1. ..O T I
poli'i'ca! rights that while men .have
Free men of Eairfitld, which will you
have to represent you jn tho next Con
gress, a Woolly Head Abolition Disun
iunist, or a man who . is devoted to the.
Constitution and (he Union. What cay,
you, will you havo Valentine B. Horton
and Blask Republicanism or CD. Martin
and Democracy? Answer at the Polls, . .
0"n the evening ol the 27th ult., by Rev.
E. F. Strickland, Mordica S. KEELrnnd
Maroaret Akn Citshaw, both of this city.
On the 30th of September, bv Rev. J. J.
Sutler, John Knott i and Sarah Swar
ner, all of this county.
Tribute oi Ucspcct.
Whereas, it Las pleased an All wise
Providence to remove from amongst ns,
our fellow-fireman, James U. Bodeniieim-
Reiohed, That in the death of James
II. Bodenbeimer '.he Fire Department of
Lancaster, have lost an aolive and eUlaieat
member of the society, a good citizen, aud
the family a worthy' member.
Resolved, Tint as a folfea of pur re
spect lor his sorviccs, we will turn out at
his funeral to day, as the Fire Department
of Lancaster, without distinction of Com
Resolved, That tho Secretary of R.-li-anoe
Company, of which he was an active
member, furnish lo the family a copy of
If you will return Mr. Martin to Congress,
If not, vote against him.
l.iiltwiliiK Men, Jrleilmnli s, Free
Rim, lleml, 11 riled, mark the
I'm ty Wlioo tUuidldale Urovftlr
nml SliuiiicleHMly InsultN Von.
In his speech nt Pittsburgh, on Satur
day night, Si pi. 22th, H. V. Johnson,
Douglas randiilalo for tho Vico TreeiJen
cy, openly insulted the Mechanics and La
boring mon of Iho North. Ho denounced
them as "Slaves," as "men owned by their
il, words, alave or slaverv. cannot t ll'is county. And what says he? Road,
bo found ;--for our Congressman, Martin, j we ask yin. his caid. BalJly he pro
to unblusl.ingly sty, that under it he has chums himself a candidate and appeals lo
no power to prevent White Slaverg and ihe ! nc citizens lor their support. Ho say,:
whipping of whilo men and wom-n iu iho ir n.o individually, but for Iho
I. ., . IT . causa in which lam rngagod, opposing
broad tomtoricsof our Union. w rf ,iquor fiMyu inb
Pooh Mkn-O.mnionI or Eminent De- J ' socially, i.pposing poliiic,l cor-MOCRATS.-Senalor
Wigfall thinks a poor P"un nJ l,ol,l,tal demagoguoisni.
man a criminal; Hammond calls him a And ha declares lhat
mudsill; Groeno denounces him at one of "if I lmd went throiiL'li the county
iho lnztroni; Johnson thinks he onght to then and nude contracts for liquor, the
down the system, making the Cough ratal or proiiuc-,
lug Caniuirn.tipn than by any other cause. This is
completely obviated in the Universal Cough Remedy,
which contains nothing lo prostration; and the Cough,
yields naturally, while the system Is sustained. Ke
suliajustir; Ibis dooltratlon,aud all are usked lo satis
fy themselves by trial. ; "
IHT'Seeadveillsement. - ' lm?3
Inpcclioe The Persian X'ever Charm
For the prevention and euro of Fserr and Jlgut east
Bilivu Fieer t. This wonderful remedy was Uioughl
to the knowledge of Ihe present proprietors bv a friend
who baa beoo a great traveler In Persia and tlie Holy
Land. ' r
.,WhUetolr:g down the river Euphrates,!) experienc
ed a sscrre attack nt Fever and Ague. On .list-over-Ing
hiscondilionrone of tho Roatmea took from bia
person an Amulet, saying, "rVeir Hit and ne Ftrir
will touch s." Alliiough lucrednlous as In Its vir
tues ; ho eomplled,aud eiporlenced Imineillate relief,
and has si nee always foaud II an effoetlon from all
malarious complaiiils, . .
On further Investigation he foju,d that the boatman
attributed to II nireculoui primers, and said ihnt II
could only be obtained from the Priosts of the San
Sometime aOerwards1 the gentleman in conversing
with a Priest obtained from him the secret ef its , re-,
paration, and ascertained. where the medicinal herbs
were found, of which It was compounded. The woi -dertui
virtues of lids article have Ini.ticrd a full be
lief in the minds orihonattresln the miraculous heal -Ing
powers of their Prleils. . . .
Since his reln'rn fo America, II has boen tried with
Ibe hipoiesl effect by several Udies nnd Gentlemen
or high character, who have given II Ihe most iniqual f-
nea prsise.,, litis remedy haviitg been a speciocin
Persia for hundreds oryears, for Ihe prevention ami
cure of Fever and Ague and Bilious Fevers Is no
offered to the. American people.
M will be sent hy mall, prepaid, with full directions
for vie, on receipt of one dollar. ,
Principal Dopot and Maufactnrv,'lP8 Main Rtroel,
Rlchmood. Virginia. Branch Office, Dank of Com
mence Building, Kew York. Address
JunoiiS.iBiiu 1yl3 JOHN WII.COX CO.
,, und Ulood lMirlfler.
blood Is the tire," says Scripture! so says
Rcieneeulso. Kxpel corruption Irom Ihe blood aii.l.
no disease can exist In life system.. My Blood Pills
and Psnrler neirurni their tnsk cffocluallv. Thev am
powerlul veretahte rietergeals, and euro nil forms nf
thesa resolutions. And thai tllO papers of i 'lsesse whic arise, from .impure blood, simply lie
, . . ii, ii-i 1. 1 cause they remove theconmen cansesnf disease from.
I lie ue reiuieieu iu iuoiibii is uujijr ui
thesimo. All of which is respectfully
Bubmittod. J. W STINCIIC0.MB,
E. A. RICHARDS,
. Oct. 3, ICCO. Committee
ho a slave; nnd Delusion Smith, of Ore-1 bills lo be paid subsequent to my eleo
arvipir bis favorite theory Sn' I'""'1 partner in the United ii0n, iho result might have been differ
J ,. . ' ISialeB Sonsle, in n late public speech in 'Vnt. It is against this praetico 1 stand
Oregon City, said: " tie liad rather lie a opposed, thai the purity ol the cleonvo
decent man't niyger at the South, than a lVunohiso may bo restored and this
poor white laborer at tht Xorlh." contaminating, dcmortlixing influence
And the Hon. Clins. D. Martin thinks destroyed, which ull right minded men
i mi i- . . :..!.. l ii.:.
ho is but obeying Iho llth commandment w" (!0"oeu8 " "? "S"1
, , . , . , jccntoatl expect tlieirsupport.uot lor me as
"mind ynt own business, when ns our I int Micr inl!ivuluilyi but for tha
Congrestmau be reuses to rots forth res- j punoiplos at isauo between us as contend-
olution repealing polygamy and adulteryin ing for tho glory oi the shams as it shall
Utah; and tho enslaving and whipping of gelled buck upon the citizous ef I-Vrfield
, . .. . i l. . . i . cottnlv." -
w uie men nna women n i o icrriioi v o i '
I,el us men of Fairfield give him smplo
timo hereafter "to mini his own business"
by permitting him to slay al homo and
Irecing him from tho cares of S'ale.
.TSirli ii charged in (he Oloo E'jgU
Hint "V. B. Horlon is opposed lo the
Methodisti." Ware onthorijed by V.
B". Horton lo say that' tho charge is a
falsehood " manufactured out of whole
cloth." We ara authorized by Rov. D.D.
Mathor, formerly presiding elder in this
and now presiding elder in tho Chillieothe
district, lo say there is "not tint word of
TRI TU4S IT."
lhat "capital should own labor," by as
sorting that "capital (loot own it,"
Spt aking of Slavery he said: '
"LOOK AT THE SLAVES IN YOUR
OWN WORKSHOPS! THEY ARE
DRIVEN TO THE POL! 8 AT THE
ItECK OF THEIR MASTERS, UNDER
PENALTY OFBEING DISCHARGED!
Laboring men, robuko this insult at the
polls, strike down the party whoso rnn'dU
date would havo you owned by your em
ployers. Fit E E.n i:m V i i'A i k v i k i.U:
If you prefer Slave Libor to Freo La
bor, vote lor C. D. Martin.
If you want Slavery fixed upon ovory
foot of tho Nationul domain, vote for C.
If you "don't caro whether slavery is
voted up or voted down" ia the Territo
ries, voto for C. D. Martin.
If you prefer that the ' inatitut'oni of
South Carolina rather than those of Ohio
be fixed upon the lorritoiios, vote for C.
, If vou endorse the administration of
James Buchanan, vote for C, D. Mariio.
If you endorse the Lenompton Outiage,
vole for 0. D. Martin.
If you favor the English Swindle, voe
for C. D. Martin.
If you favor White Slavery in Kew
Mexico, voto for C. D. Martin.
If you believe that white men should
be sold for debt, vote for C. D. Martin.
II you believe thai White Men should
b . whipped without redress,-vote for CD.
If you nro for polygamy in Utah, vote
for C. D. Martin.
If you are opposed to all these thing,
volo for V. B. HORTON.
DIED. Of dropsy, Saturday, S-pt-29th.
Thomas Reed, of this city. Mr
Reed emigrated from Harrisburgh, Pa.,
about Ihieiy.fire years ago, and has been
engaged in mercantile busine3tdiiring this
timo. He leaves a widow, son and d-uigh-tor
to mourn his loss, lie had always a
reputation for honesty and uprightness;
nnd was remarkable for his gentlemanly
deportment and pleasant manners. A man
of peace, be leaves no enemies.
I.ANCARTRR COUNCIL, No. 3.. Septembers!, IS00
I.OIIGK, No. .17 " 25 "
CHAPTKK. No. II ST
K.NOAMPAI KNT. No. (....October 2 "
Sept. 0, I HUH. (i. S I'K I N MAS. Kaeordor.
Ileholil, how they I.ove one Another.
Below, wo give a ohoicb extract from
the Cleveland riaindealer, illustrating
tho regard of the Douglas laotion for their
BrockinriJge (ellow Democrats.
" The idea of Douglas men coalescing
with political-scoundrels, who, with of
ficial bribes in their pockets have deserted
the Democtiitio party, its prmop'es and
ilB usages, and are doing all in their power
to broak it up, is preposterous.
We will support no suoh olasa of mn,
we will belong to r.o such party. II lliero
is not power and pluck enough in tho
present organization of the Democratic
parly o punish such traitors, wa go iu for
a nsw organization.
Martin in his speeoh, Friday evening,
fully carried out tho spirit of tho above.
Contemptuously and with encer ho called
his fellow Breokinridge Democrats Pi
rates on loatd of a Southern black pi rati'
oil craft- commanded by the renegade J.
C. Breckinridgo; and lhat they ware prey,
ing upon and buffetling against the good
old Democratic ship now under the charge
of lh" gallant Douglas. " ,
"There are three kinds of influences
which nominated Miller. Tho influences 'f
. ... . .i i i .1 - : a . r W
01 wiitHKy in Uie neati, me iimuuiium ui
whisky in the pockets, ns endorser, and
tho influence of dishonest, gambling pol
iticians." "I have taken tliia
position politically lhat both the Dem
ocratic organization nnd ihe social rela
tions of soeioiy may be elevated.''
Chruti.vn mks of Fairfield, Men of
nil parties, ponder over these things and
let vour voto next Tuosday tell against
these corrupt nnd demoralising influences
that nro polluting tha purity of our olcct
ivo finnchis, and placing our liberties
and our destiny in the hands of a drunk kn
The charge in the Ohio Eagle Hint
" V. B. Horlon vcted against iho Home
stead Bill" is faU. Mr. llorton when
in Congics voted llireo times (or as many
different nomcstoid measures, nnd nover
cast a vote or uttered a eentimeut against
Martin and a Protective Tariff.
What thiuk yo, Democrat! of the old
school, of your new battle ory? Hereaf
ter inscribe on your banners " Martin
Rnd tfco Tariff," and permit oasJjpubli
cans to hiizia for "Hcrton and free wool."
Funny, is it not?
"Martin and Frotkction."
Horton and Free Trade."
a. A- WlSn
A TiiTitr filling Antidote Ibr Slek Head-
0 arhe, Dysprpsia, Fever and Ague, i
ijiver oiupiiun, i-ai..ivBB, .
Biliousness, Neuralgia, Colic, 4f
lli-prSTCa Aiwwwr, i'. -
arTT.nnivi a PIILS are univemlly a--
knuwlcdgud tubs tho bent now In use. As a Family
uteillciiie they are part Icularly recommsnd-jd-simpUi
aud harmleai, but hlxhly medirlnal In their com
blnatlon. One Pill a dose, with mild but cer
tain effects. The robust man and the dellrato child
una tlii-iii alike, with ovary ansuranrs of sntlrr
safety. With Wilson's Pills, every Mother li.
the land becomes her own physician, rncy nave
proved themsslres a sricinc, and stand without a
rival tbr the Mowing affections:
IKAUACIIH, FEVER eV ACl'E,
HRADArilK, FKVKB & AOl'E,
DYSPEPSIA, LITER COMPLAINT,
DYSPEPSIA, imsjl COMPLAINT,
Costlveneas, Biliotunesa, Neuralgia,
roativsnaas. Biliousness, Nourolgia.
gold by Sraggiits ft Dealers everywhere.
B. L. TAHNESTOCK & CO.
Importors & Wholesale Druggists
Ho. 60, corner Wood and 4th Su.
sou rRorHirroM or
O B. L. Fahnestock'a Vermifuge, a
Sold by K... RLOCt'M, Lancaster; Rundcrman V
K non ff, Amanda; E Kalh, Rushvllle,
Lancaster, Aug3l., 18oX IylS
the lire-suslaljiiiig lluld,.,He,nc. Ihelr apparent
iiniaruious cures oi scroiuia, eruptions, ill inors.ovj
pepsla, liver complaints, rheumatism, swelling of I'lio,
joints, anil all affections of the Internal orgaua, whloh
do not procoed from mallormatioii. ,
ITr'See advertisement. Jul It)
FRANK, SKINNER & CO.'-
No. 83 West Second Street, Cincinnati, O.
RKCEIVK AND BELt, . ,
Wheat Riirley Malt Mutter Foatbers
Kyj Hops Cheese Hump
Corn Hogs J.ard . Tobacco '
Onts llaeol. Groaso Dry Hldca
Barley Hulk Meat Tallow Halt Hides
Beuns - Buckwheat Cotton GuuuySacks
Dsy Fsi'ta, Timotiiv. Clovss, Fi.ix inn IUmc Siav,
And Produce lu General.
Pnrchnso on Order, at lowest market prices, overy
descrlpt Ion of Mereha dies. Whisky, Flour, Tallow ,
uressu, lAtu, uuiK.ueaianu Macon,ugaroi.-notnases.
Ship your Troduce aud Draw nt Sight,
HOW A RD ASSOC! ATI ON'
PIIII,A DELPHI A.
Jt neuronic! Inntitxtion ritablioked y special Ks
rf i.tfi ,for I, Belief nf the Sick aud Distreiird
ngtir.tedvitk Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and
especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Seiuat Or
pans. lf KDH'Ati APVlCKglven gratis, by the Acting
y I Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a de
scription of thelrcondltlou. (age, occupation, habits of
life, dec.,) and 111 casosof extreme poverty, Medicines
furni.hed tree of charge.
VALUABLE RKPOKTS on Sunermainrrhiea, and
oilier riereesof the Sexual Organs, and on the NUW
KKI KIllKS cmploieil In.lhe lllspansary, scut to the
arnieled lu seaiwl lellorenvulopos. free of charge.
Two or three stamps for postage will be acceptable.,
Aildreu. Dr. J. SKII.L'.iN H OUGilTO N , Acting Sllr-
non, Howard Association, No. S South Ninth streol,
y order or the inreclors.
K. I). HA RTWKLL, Prss'l.
htladelphla, Pa. By order of the Directors.
"CITANGE OF TIME.
"t-t Ciiielnnatii Wll Ml ng ton JeZnnei rill
RAIL 110 AD.
ON and after Monday, June Mill ISAO.the schodulo
ol tiinoforTrainsoii this road, Leaving Lajicas
teiwlllbeasfollows: Knsttvard Train,
No. 1, Passenger all 19P. M,arrlvlngalZanesvlllo
at 3 1.1 P.M.,inaklngdlrertconiiectliiiisfor the Knst.
Freight aud AccoinmodatlonTrain atsio, A..M.
arriving at BanesvllU atlUISA.M. Alaktng direct
connectlonsrorthe Kasl and West via. the Central
Ohio Railroad, Passengersfor Columbus will take
thisTruin. The ubove l' rains slop at allstntlons.
Froighland Aecoinmndutlon Train leaving Morrow
atflltl P. M. will on Saturday night run to Lancaster
on card tlme.nnd from there resume itstrlp ou Mon
day morning. ( ...
No. 9, Passenger al 1 1 UO A. M.,arrivlngat Clncln
nail 4 SA P.M. -. , .
Frelghtand Accommodation Train at 7 CO P.M.
departure al 7 IS P. M. arriving al Cincinnati at Bill)
Frelghtand Accommodation Train leaving Zanes- 4
vl!leal3 14 P.M.wlllonSaturilay night ron lo Uncas- t
terand from Ihere resume its trip ' on I S uaday night. (
. WM.KKV ROND, Receiver. " .
- B. D. ABROT,AsslstanlSperiiitndant. -
June 14, lPbO Slf ,
H. H. HUNTKR.
J. A. HUNTER"
II. H, HUNTER & SON, 1
Attornrr "nil Oounisellor t ' i
FICK-Hha-ffer House, up stairs. Entrance W!,i J
Market Mouse. 'J
nsler,aprll 19,1860 3tf