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Morning. May H. !*. DEMOCBITK STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR AUDITOR DEN KRAI., HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE. of Fayette County. FOR SURVEYOR GENERA!., GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT, of Columbia County. Campaign Gazette! REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT, Civil Liberty and Constitu tional Rights! NO STANDING ARMY! NO I'll EE D.N EN"*S Itl KE.ll ! NO NEGRO STATES! White Men Must Rule America! "Light, more light!" is the start ling cry of the honest people groping in thedarkness of Radicalism. "Light, more light!" shouts the groaning tax payer, bending under the load which a Radical Congress has heaped upon him. "Light, more light!" is the pleading cry that comes to us from those who earnestly seek a remedy for the disease that is tugging at the vi tals of the nation. Look and ye shall j see! Read and ye shall know! The! BEDFORD GAZETTE, for the Presi dential Campaign, will be a complete compcndiumofpolitical news,speeches, documents and every thing that per tains to a political canvass in the col umns of a weekly newspaper. Tt will be published from the first day of June ' until the seventh of November, next, j at the following low terms, cash in ad vance : One copy, $ .75 Ten copies, 6.00 Twenty copies, 11.00 Fifty copies, " 25.00 THE "WORLD" AND "AGE." \Vc WILL slso farnwh GAZETTE and New York Weekly World, or Phila delphia Weekly Aye., for the campaign, at the following rates: 1 copy G AZETTE, and 1 of World, or Agr. $ 1.75 10 copies do audio do do 15 00 20 do do and 20 do do 25.00 50 do do and 50 do do 65.00 i Invariably, cash in advance. Not only should every Democrat have his county newspaper, during the coming campaign, but he should like wise make it a point to furnish his Re publican neighbor a copy. This is the plan upon which our opponents have acted for years, and it is about time that Democrats do something of the same sort. NOW, (JO TO WORK and put pour Democratic newspaper into the hands of every Republican who will read. If you will do this you will accomplish more good in six months than you will by any other means in six years. Democratic politicians, throughout the county, arc enabled, by the above low terms, to circulate Dem ocratic newspapers at a very small cost. We appeal to them to see to get ting up clubs, and to see to it in time. Now is the time to sow the seed. Af ter a little while the heat of passion i and prejudice will beam upon the pub lie mind in all its intense fierceness, and then seed-time will have passed. Friends, let us hear from you ! OKI;SKE('K',S VKKAT SPEECH. We give, on our fir-1 page, a pretty full report of the searching and im pressive argument made before the lligh Court of Impeachment, in de fence of President Johnson, by his counsel, Hon. W. S. Groesbeek, of Ohio. It completely annihilates the flimsy charges brought against the j President in the Articles of Impeach ment. bo powerful was the effect of Mr. Groesbeek's speech, that the Chief Justice, and Senators, without distinc tion of party, congratulated him upon lis masterly effort. During its deliv ery, Senators gathered about him, the most Radical among them moving their chairs near the speaker, and ev en Sumner suspending his letter-wri ting to listen to him. We recommend our subscribers, after reading the speech, to hand ir to their Radical neighbors, as it is the only way in which those people will ever get to see it. Ret your light shine! WE are in receipt of the Affoona Vin dicator, a new paper just started iu the Mountain City, by J. F. Campbell, Esq., formerly of the ./o/amlotcu Demo crat, Westmoreland Republican, etc.— The Vindicator makes a very hand some appearance and is edited with Mr. Campbell's well known ability Wo bespeak for it a successful career. A HEAVY" LOAD.— Negro Suffrage, the Freed men's Bureau, A Standing Army, costing upwards of one Hundred Millions per annum, and a National Debt of Three Thousand Millions of Dollars. Cse less Grant is to pull this load through the next Presi < len ti a I onm j>a ign. A "TKOOI.Y I.Oil/* SSEAK. On Tuesday night of last week, a Radical meeting was held in the Court house, in this place, which was ad dressed by John Cessna. John has a perfect right to address Radical meetings. John has no right whatever to abuse his Democratic fellow citizens, because they tried to make a man of him and couldn't do it. Nevertheless, John, in his speech on the occasion referred to, traduced the Democrats, collectively and individual ly, in the most villanousand infamous manner. Now, we will remind John of a few things. lie is losing his memory of late, as well as his sense of shame. He even abuses people for being "copper heads" at the time when he was a "cop perhead." We will do it interrogatively, for we would not hurt the little fellow's feel ings for the world, which we might do by spcakingaffirmatively; and as he isa very modest man, we will answer the questions for him. Q. Well, John, when did you leave the Democratic party ? A. Not till the fall of 1864, when Simon Cameron brought me out in Philadelphia. Q. Did you vote for Geo. W. Wood ward, in 1863, for Governor ? Well, yes; I always told the Demo crats I did. Q. Was not Woodward called the "copperhead" candidate ? A. Yes. Q. Did you vole for B. F. Meyers, for Representative, in 1863? A. Why, yes; I always told Mey ers I did. <}. Was not Meyers considered an awful ''copperhead ?" A. Oh! yes. Q. Did you vote forO. K. Shannon, for Prothonotary, in 1863. A. Yes, 1 believe so. Q. Did not Shannon say he would "point his gun North?" A. Loyal people said he did. O. Did you vote for Barr, Slenker, Coffroth, and Andy Crisman, in 1862, and weren't they "copperheads?" A. Oh! yes. „(f Did you vote what was called j the "copperhead" ticket in 1861? A. I did. Q. Were you a candidate for Repre- 1 sentative in the Legislature, on'what was called the "copperhead" ticket, in 1861 and ISG2? A. I was. o. Did you go down on your knees , in 1861, in the little hall, in the old steep roofed house, and pledge i yourself to certain so-called "copper heads," in the most solemn manner, on your word and honor as a man, that you would never leave the Democratic party? A. I must acknowledge that 1 did. (J. Were you a candidate for the nomination for Governor before the so called "copperhead" State Convention in 1863? A. I was. Q. Did you say in a speech, befoie a "copperhead" meeting in the Court House, in tin winter of IS<R, that the Emancipation Proclamation was a great blunder and that the war would fail unless that proclamation would lie revoked ? A. Yes, I believe I did. Q. Well, John, as you seem to have been as flat-hea .ed a ".-sirpent" as any other "copperhead," why do you now go hack to 1801, 1802 and 1 SG-> and abuse your fellow snakes? A. 1 decline to answer. 1 am not compelled to criminate myself. (J. You will not back out.in that way ? A. Well, if 1 must answer, it is be cause we Radicals can't talk about any thing else. Q. You arc a Radical, then, John? In favor of Negro Suffrage? A. Yes; for Negro Suffrage wherev er it doesn't hurt our party. (}. Are you a candidate for Con gress? A. Yes, rather. Q. Is that the reason why you area Radical, now, and abu-e your former fellow "copperheads ?" .1. You are impudent. I will not be questioned any further. Well, good bye, John ! Take care of yourself. You will want some copper head votes, perhaps. Don't you wish you may get them ? Couldn't you go back to the little hall in the sleep roof ed house, get down on your "hunk ers,'' and make some more pledges? THE JYanklin Repository exults over the result of the negro elections recently held in the Southern States, and speak ing of its party, says, "we have swept South Carolina," &e. "H>", the nig gers ! Are the rank and file of the "Republicans" of Pennsylvania will ing to premit such organs of theirs as the Repository, to class them with South Carolina niggers? Wrasr-RinF. for the Campaign Gazette. TliK REGISTRY t One citizen is as good as another. Ono voter has the same privileges guaranteed him by the Constitution as another. Yet, under the operation of the Registry Law, just passed by the Radical Legislature, and signed by Gov. Geary, citizens of foreign birth are put to much greater troublethan native citizens, in order to retain the right of electors. If the former do not fulfil certain requirements of that law, they are disfranchised. They must exhibit their naturalization papers to the Assess or, and at the polls must permit the election board to write upon them the word, "voted," with the date of the vote. Of course, all this is intended as a gag to the Germans, Irish, English, French, Scotch and other foreign born citizens. It is intended to stifle the voice of our adopted citizens, who, by our adoption, have equal rights with the rest of us. In the debate upon this hill, John Hickman, of Chester, a leading Radi cal, declared, that he would rather that "an intelligent Negro .-houhl vote, than an Irishman." Senator Fisher, of Lancaster, another light of the Radical persuasion, defended the character of the bill, by saying that the Democrat ic party was composed of ".-.wag-bellied Dutch and bog-trotting Irish," and that, therefore, such a law as this is necessary. These remarks, falling from the lips of the Radical leaders in the Legislature, show that this Registry j Law was deliberately drawn and ar- j ranged with the view of disfranchising i citizens of foreign birth. It strikes at i the rights of all such citizens, of what- : ever nationality. It aims to disfran-1 chise tiie Welshman, the Scotchman t and the Englishman, as well as the I Irishman, the German and the French man. This being the,/cf,the undeniable, indisputable fact, the necessity of mak ing common cause against the party that enacted this infamous measure, is forced upon all adopted citizens, with out distinction of nationality. And ; to the native voters of the State we say, It is your duty, it is our duty, to wipe out this unjust law, this despi cable enactment which discriminates so harshly against our fellow citizens by adoption. Let this Radical gag be broken in pieces! TROiiiM'. "Like the boy who wOn the elephant at a rattle and didn't know what to do with him," the Radicals are in a bad fix with the Impeachment monster. Oroesbeck and Evarts have torn asun der thefliinsy veil which partially con cealed his hideous form from the gaze of the public, and now his Radical keepers are in a terrible quandary as to how they will get rid of him. Shall they send him back fit his nativejungle, to he hitched again to the Juggernaut car which he was wont to drag, or shall they keep him on exhibition jn their menagerie until the close of the fail campaign ? Dropping the figure, shall they acquit the President and ac knowledge themselves a set of fools, or shall they convict him and prove themselves a band of knaves? This is the choice they are compelled to make. This is the dilemma upon one of the sharp prongs of which they must choose to lie impaled. If they acquit, they declare to the people that every Radical Congressman is a fool, for ev ery Radical Congressman voted for Impeachment. If they convict, they prove themselves perjured knaves, for, according to the construction of the Senate itself, as announced by Senator Sherman, at the time of the passage of the Tenure of Office hill, that law does not affect tin'case of Secretary Stanton. Into this awful predicament, lias the rabid rage of the Rump rushed the Radical party. By the judgment of their own partizansin the United States Senate, they will be ridiculed as fools, or branded as knaves! Now, let them choose. '■They can and they can't, They will and they won't; They'll be damned if they do. And be damned if they don't!' \r It is now conceded by the Radical newspapers . that the "Republican" Senators will no' vote in solid column for the conviction of the President.— They acknowledge that Senator Grimes, of lowa, Senator Fowler, of Tennessee, and Senator Van Winkle, of West Virginia, will vote for acquittal. This breaks the Radical ranks. These Sena tors will, of course, be driven out of their party, and the result will be a sufficient re-enforcement of the Demo cracy in their States to carry them against the ltadicais. (Rimes and his friends in lowa, can give us 12,(MM) votes, which will carry that State, and Van Winkle and Fowler ought easily to he able to make sufficient diversion in tiieir respective States, to give them to She Democracy. Impeachment will yet be the death of Radicalism. —A Radical print says "impeachment will cost $100,000." As extra police for the occasion have already cost $17,- 000 that statement falls widely short of the mark. THE only victories achieved by ihe Radicals, during the past year, are those won fur them by the Southern : negroes pushed to the ballot-box at the ' point of the bayonet. Where only I white men vote, the Rads. are awfully ! in the vocative. * What the Army ConnaniM. The Standing Army is maintained for the purpose of keeping Southern whites in subjection to negroes, and en abling the latter to chooseiPresidential Electors and Congressmen to govern the North. This army is voracious, and consumes immense qhan ities of food, clothing and TAXES. Under the last head of its supplies may be classed the following annual taxe- extorted from the people. % Wholesale Dealers, at least Fifty Dol lars. Retail Dealers, Ten Dollars. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, at least j Fifty Dollars. Retail Liquor Dealers, Ten Dollars. Horse Dealers, Ten Dollars. Livery Stable Keepers, Ten Dollars. Brokers, Fifty Dollars. Coal Oil Distillers, Fifty Dollars. Hotel Keepers, at least Ten Dollars. Eating House Keepers, Ten Dollars. Confectioners, Ten Dollars. Agents of all kinds, Ten Dollars. Auctioneers, at least Ten Dollars. Manufacturers, Ten Dollars. Pedlers, at least Ten Dollars. Apothecaries, Ten Dollars. Photographers, Ten Dollars. Tobacconists, Ten Dollars. • Butchers, Ten Dollars. Theaters, and Cireusses, One Hun dred Dollars. Jugglers, Twenty Dollars. Bowling Alleys and Billiard Saloons, Ten Dollars. Lawyers, Ten Dollars. Conveyancers, Ten Dollars. Physicians, Sergeons and Dentists, Ten Dollars. Architects and Engineers, Ten Dol lars. Builder- and Contractors, Ten Dol lars. Plumbers and Gas-titters, Ten Dol lars. Miners, Ten Dollars. Expressmen and Agents, Ten Dol lars. Coffee Grinders, one Hundred Dol lars. J\eepers of .Stallions and Jacks, Ten Dollars. And a variety of others "too numer ous to mention." A formidable list ! When those who are enrolled in this army of taxpayers attend the polls at the National, State and City Elections, they will do well to remeinher their annual contributions to the useless standing army of the U nited States, which costs the people ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS A YEAR. Disband the army ofsoldiers, and you can release the army of taxpay ers who support them. How long will the people patiently submit to pay such prices for the luxury of NEG no RECOXST RU<TIOX?— Lancaster Intelli gencer. ihr- Impeachment : The of Conviction; Scheming of Kudieal Sen alors. WASHINGTON MAY 2, 330 p. in.— Tlioprobabilities of conviction havo.un doubtedly largely diminished. Dur ing this week, such Radicals as Sena tors Cameron and Conness have been actually canvassing the possibilities of staving off the final vote, or by other device saving the party ii'oin the hu miliation oi a disgracefulfailure on the one hand, and Radical Senators from the personal disgrace of convicting in defiance of the testimony on the other hand. This fact is, in itself, strong proof that Radical confidence of conviction has been seriously shaken. Prospective Trouble for Old Bon. Wade. it is believed that if the President be removed, his Cabinet will refuse to quit, on the ground that the acting President, not being a constitutional President, lias no right to remove them. This is considered one of the most im portant points involved in the contro versy now going on, and if carried out will leave Wade practically destitute of patronage.— Evening IferuUf. TESTS OF CHARACTER. —A great many admirable actions are so little and common. Take, for instance, the mother who has had broken slumber, ifanyatall, with the nursing babe, whose wants must not be disregarded; she would fain sleep awhile when the breakfast hour comes, but patiently and uncomplainingly she takes her timely seat at the table. Though ex hausted and weary, she serves all with a refreshing cup of codec or tea before she sips it herself, and often the cup is handed back to her to be refilled be fore she has had time t> taste her own. -Jo you hear her complain—this weary mother—that her breakfast is cold be fore she has time to eat it? And this not for one, but for every morning, perhaps, in the year. Do you call this a small thing? Try it and see. ()! how does woman shame us by her for bearance and fortitude in what are called little things which are tests of character; it is by these "little" self de nials, borne with such self-forgotten gentleness, that the humblest home is made beautiful to the eyes of the an gels, though we fail to see it, alas! un til the chair is vacant, and the hand which kept in motion all this domes tic machinery is powerless and cold. IXSTKUMF.XTS IIKqUI IIIXG STAMPS. —The following are the Instruments to be stamped, and the stamps to be used in ordinary business transactions: All notes and evidences of debts, live cents on each $100; if under $lOO, live cents ; if over $2OO, five cents on each additional $lOO or part thereof. All re ceipts for any ain't without limit, over $2O, 2 cents; if $2O or under noth ing. All deeds and deeds of trust, fifty cents on each $5OO in value of property conveyed or the amount secured ; when a deed of trust is duly stamped, the note secured must not be, but they should be endorsed fo show the reason why. All appraisements of estates or of est rays, live cents on each sheet or piece of paper. Affidavits of every de scription are exempt from stamp duty. Acknowledgments to deeds, Ac., are also exempt. Contracts and agreements, five cents, except for rents ; when for rent, fifty cents for each $OOO of rent or less; if over $:100 fifty cents for each $2OO or over $3OO. Any persons inter ested can affix and cancel stamps. —Nine farms out of ten in Texas are going to ruin for want of laborers. NEWS AM) OTHER ITEMS. —Among the delegations from the Southern States at the Chicago Conven tion will be several colored men, among others, J. 11. Harris, of North Carolina; Lynch, of Mississppi; Gray, of Arkansas; Dumas of Louisiana; Cordoza, Randolph, and Delarge, ol South Carolina: Berry of Alabama; Saunders, of Florida; and Turner and C'ostin of Georgia. —Congress, at present, has among its members thirteen major generals, fif teen brigadiers, six colonels and eleven officers of lower grades. —Thousands of birds dead from star vation, Massachusetts papers report, have been picked up in the western part of that State. —A. T. Stewart, the New York dry goods merchant, it is stated, pays his lawyer an annual fee of $25,000. —The Appletons, publishers, New York, have sold over five hundred thousand volumes of their edition of Dickens' works. —One Jean Babtiste LaCroix has i dentifled Whelan, in prison at Ottawa, as the man whom he says he saw fire the shot that killed Darcy McGee. —Five railroad laborers were killed and scalped, on Wednesday afternoon, by Indians, near Plain Creek Station, on the Pacific Railroad line. —The- fifteenth General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church has commenced its session in Chicago " Nine Bishops and two hundred and thirty-five delegates proper have already arrived. —Vallandigham is reported to have purchased an interest in The Dayton (Ohio) Ledger , and made arrangements to become its managing editor. —The Hon. James F. Wilson, of io wa, declines to run for Congress again. He is now serving out his fourth torm. —Stalks of winter wheat grown in Georgia, which were already headed, were last week exhibited on the Pro duce Exchange of New York. —"Left in the road hy himself," is the phrase employed by San Francisco pa pers to announce the execution of horse thieves under lynch law. —An exchange has calculated that taxation under Radicalism amounts to one thousand dollars per minute. —An Australian lady gives public notice by advertisement, that if her husband does not turn up in three months she means to marry again. —The Western Railroad of France is reported to have transported 19,000,00(1 of passengers during 1807. —Lake Champlain has been closed with ice for ninety-eight days during this winter and spring. -Twenty-five thousand dollars worth of oil was destroyed by fire at Oil City the other day. —Eighty thousand dollars in specie left New York the other day, by the ITerrman for Europe. —An insane man in Indiana recent ly attempted to baptise his child with fire. —Women in Tunis are selling their children for bread. —Louis Napoleon was sixty years old on the 20th of April. —Onions are six dollars a bushel in Lowell, Mass. —Gen. Piilow and Governor Harris are law-partners in Memphis. DECORATIONS. —The ladies are in formed that scarfs are to be much worn with dresses on nearly all occasions, being 1 fashionable for the street and in dispensable for a complete house toilet. The prettiest and the most stylish are the Marie Antoinette. One style of these scarfs is in the form of a cape at the back, reaching nearly to the belt, gradually becoming narrower. It crosses in front, and passing under the arms, meets at the belt, with long scarf ends. A pretty scarf of the Marie Antoinette style begins at the front of the waist, is open at the shoulder, and meets at the back, being joined with two rosettes, if crossed, only one ro sette is worn. This can be made of black silk, and trimmed with velvet and lace, or rutiies of pink silk, and worn with any other color. A new style of decoration is the "Ma sonic apron." A very small apron trimmed with fringe is attached to a belt, which, crossing at the back, is clasped with a bow of ribbon, from which it widens out into long scarf ends. No loss can be more fatal to beauty, especially in the female sex, than the loss of the hair; glossy, luxuriant hair is one of the most powerful of all per sonal charms. When baldness or even a deficiency of hair exists, we naturally look for a dry and wrinkled skin, a fa ded complexion; wjien not actually seen, we see them in imagination. Why, then, not cultivate your hair? Encourage it and strengthen it; or if your hair is grey or white, the natural color can be restored by a few appli cations of Mrs. S. A ALLEN'S impro ved (new style) Hair restorer or Dress ing, (in one bottle.) Price one Dollar. Every Druggist sells it. NOTICJETODKUNQUKNTS. —W' have placed our books and accounts in the hands of John I\ lleed, Esq., of thsi place, for collection. All accounts for subscription for the year .ending; Au gust 1, 1868, remaining unpaid, are in cluded in the hills which Mr. Heed is authorized to collect. We have been com pi'fted to resort to this course in or der to obtain a settlement of our ac counts. We have too much to do to attend to making out bills, and we are tired of dunning. 'Money we must tour, as we have many debts to pay, and we desire to act honestly with our creditors. Therefore, we ask all to pay Mr. Heed, who can, and those who cannot, we ask to call and settle. If there is any thing in their accounts by " which they consider themselves ag grieved, let them call on us, and we will make all right that is not right. Friends, let us have the old scores wip ed out, and begin anew. A MANUFACTURER of corn shelters sometime ago spent $lOO in gold in ad vertising his machines in a Buenos Ay res journal and lately lie sold $30,000 worth for the South American market as a consequence. 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We have recently added to our previous stock a lull assortment of CHILDREN'S GARIBALDI AND OTHER SUITS, equal to any in the city in style, trim ming, and make; which are sold at lower pri ces than have hitherto been kno\n in Phila delphia. They, with all our Boys' and Youth's goods, are kept on the first floor, nearest the front, convenient for ladies. We have also re cently opened on our SECOND FLOOR A CL STOM DEPARTMENT for the display of a choice selection of Foreign and Domestic Fa brics in the piece, which will be M ADE UP TO OR DER. in the best style, by competent and skill ful cutters and workmen. The advantage ot dealing with a CASH HOUSE will be especially apparent in this department, upon a compari son of prices. 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"\TORTH A.MFRICAN STEAM XI SHIP (" THROUGH LINE To CALIFORNIA, VIA PANAMA OR NICARAGUA. SAILING FROM NEW YORK MARCH STII AND 25TH : APRIL STH AND 15TH ; MAY STH, 15TH AND 25TH. With New Steamships of the First Class. Passage Lower Than by any Other Line. For further information address the undersigned at 177 West Street, New Y'ork. D. N. CARRINGTON, Agent. W. H. WEBB, Pres. CHAS. DANA. Vice Pres. Office—s4 Exchange Place, New Y'ork. JJED JACKET AXE. C'OLBIRS'S^LTEST —JuIy 9. 1867. Tried and not found Wanting. We claim it will cut Twenty-FVo (25) per cent, more cord wood per day than any other Asa made. MCKEESPORT, DEC. 19, 1867. MESSRS. LIPPINCOTT A Co. SIRS I have fully tried your Patant Axe and jiiul that it is all that you claim for it. It will chop faster than any other Axe that I ever saw, anil'leaves the wood without stioking at all. I would not chop three days without one for the cost. I need not say any more, for any matt that tries one will bo satisfied. WM. KEES. XIAUTION ! 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