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(fiqctte & Ekmotrat.
OITT Of LAHCiSTEE.
THURSDAY, : : ; Not. 1st 1860
' -. FOR PRESIDENT,
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ,
Preslaest Electors for the State nt I. urge.
FRED. IIASSAURECK, of H.miltoo.
JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie.
1st District B. Eggleetor,
Si , William M. Diclson
3d Frank MeV liinnoy
4ch John Rile; Knoi
Mb " Deaden VV. II. Howard
6ih John M. Helium.
7th Nelson Rush
8th " Abrabnm Thompson.
9ih v John F. f I inkle
lOik IJeiekiah 8. Bundy
11th " Daniel B Stewart
12th Richard P. L. Buber
13th . ' John Beatiy
14th Willa d S locum
16th " Joseph A nkc i j
16th Edward Brill .
I7lh John A. Davenport
18th - , " William K. Up am.
19th '. Samuel B. Philbriek
?Qth George W. Brooke.
21st. Norman K. MU'kcniie
The tied to Jivst Tm-ailiir.
fine tba foundation id ill Govern
rnent wf liave had no election so iropor
tint at the one oo Tuesday next In it
are involved, to a greater or less decree,
tbe dealiniea of the Republic. Tre Ires
men of Ibis nation are then eel ed up
on to it whether tlavery or fr.s.lnm is
rati-iDal whether slavery or freidomls
'ha true normal condition of tl.c Teni o
ties; whether (Lis Govtrnnient, as t-sUb-'ished
ly our fathers, shall bo pieservd
in in purity and tigor, or wliethi r it shall
ba perverted from its original erd;
whether it slia'l ba tbe refuge of freedom
and the boast ol froo institutions, or an
instrument of tyranny and oppression,
devoted in all its energies to the erension
and propagation of human slavery.
These are some of the induce our peo
ple are called upon to decide. Thse are
some of the questions involved in the rleo
lion of Tuesday. If Lincoln is h ctrd the
recorded decision will be for froj'om if
dsfeaud, for slavery.
To vitw of these things, it i.s important
that every voter be at the polls. But (treat
as these issues arc, they are hut a part ol
the momentous questiocs (but divide tbe
public mind. The policy of the govern
ment, in regard to the public lands, the
ustion as to whether or not tl e govern
ment shall jjrotoct aud foster, by every le
ginmaie means, its own industry, Ami,
finely, wholheror not, extravagance, cor
ruption, and bribery shall disgrace high
places unicbuked. No intelligent mm
will question the fact, that the govern
ment, t tha present time, is iHclting all
over with corruption; that it stands out
boldly and el nmeloshly in high plnots;
that from ita Hiigh-vrnys ami l.y-wajs
tliors comes up an inauITt rubl at.neh."
In view of this a change is oVniiiiidad
Tlis ublio thicvei I hut I av so long plun
dered and disgraced the people must I e
driven out. If Lincoln isrlncU-d this will
be done; these roMers will be i-nt inio
the ditrh and the government scowtn-d nf
ita accumulated impurities.
Let the freemen ol Fairfield, therefore,
tarn out and lend a helping hand to the
good work. Let no inun (nil to vole.
Tho Ohio Slate J -jurnnl gives the n(hVi,il
rcUiioi of (he election hi hi in this Stair
on the Oil) iast., as found on filo in the of
fice of ilia Secretary of State nt Columbus,
Tbe footings show tho following results:
Mur'iy, (.Up.) 21.',77
titambaugh, (lem.) - 1H(!,'J!9
JU'.cheaoo, ( iutr) 8,6 10
Murray' plurality, ' 2M7H
Majority over both, IU,U3U
noAito or rvrLio hohk-i.
fistgent, (Hep.,) . . 2l5,S34
Hai kui, (.Dsm.) . . 191.414
Dohsity ( Amur ) . . B.lPC
' Sargent's plurality,
.Majority over both,
? I 810
Brisksrhofl'i majority, 13.00 1
Ths aggisgsie vote ia a very large one,
amounting to 412.704, and exceeding thai
oClaat jur by 60,030 votes. Ths ag.
gjt vols on Supicme Jdgc is heavier
by 7,000, than that of any other office,
clearly showing where the intensity of the
strngjU lay. '
e from Near Mexiso.
L6irxniKci,' Ootober lOtb. -The
New Utxioao nail, with dates lotha 15th
icst., bas arrived.
'Hostils Indians wcrs all around 8aota
Fe, and ths oit liens Jars not vsnlurs any
diatanes out, for far of bsing murdered.
There was no news Irom ihs army in ths
Moonlains ft porsuit of the Navojis.
N.htiitnlndius were snn on the
A a Arsay of Tea Tfcoaiand Men.
Prom Ihe 8upter(Georfta) Republican. .
Wa hava seen a private letter written by
distinguished gentleman' resldin? in
Oglethorpe county, to a gtntleman of high
standing in a neighboring county, from
which wo take tbe following sentiment,
uttered by 8enator Toombs. are not
at liberty to give the names of the parties,
but it denied, tlicy can be obtained.
"I heard a Georgia Senator say the oth
er day in private conversation, that in the
event of Lincoln's election he would re
sign before Bucl anan's time was out, come
home raise an army of ten thousand men
and when he crowd the rptomae again it
would le with hit dravn sieord. The Sen
ator said there' were thirty members of Con
gress pledged to that position, and would go
with nun, some from every southern late.
From the Montgomery (Ala.) Malt, lSth,1
ATTENTION, SOCTniKH MEN I
Tli joung men of this city, thinking
that the tirqo has arrived when they sho'd
prepsrc to resist any further azgression
on the psrl of the North, would respect
fully invite the young tncu of the city and
viuiniiy, between the ages of sixteen and
twenty, to meet at Concert Mall, on Fri
day nijiht. Oct. 16, 71 o'clock, for the
put pose ol forming a rlub, whose motto
she I be, "JWistunce to Lincoln is obedi-
enot' to God.'1
The above are specimens of Southern
uliraistn. Are free men to U driven from
the suppoit of princip'e by such threats of
treason? Are they to be seared out of tl e
support of their honest conviotions by
traitors? We apprehend not. If we know
what stuff Republican are made of, they
are not to be scared by the hooting of
owls. They will march r'ght on in the
vindication of their principles, nnl after
wards, if needs be, will hang the traitors
"high as Hayuian."
John 91. Uotlson. Hlnveiy.
One of the remarkable inri Icnts of the
day, which we have to briefly noticed
heietororc, is tho spoech of Mr. B tts at
Richmond, Virginia. Let it be obeemd
i bat liis speech was mads to a great audi
ence, and all its strong points applauded.
The Richmond Enquirer says tin ep ech
i-i ri'Vo'ution:iry. But mart, tliore stood
a Virginia audience to sustain it; mid mark
slso, that it is in its political aspect, the
Th posi ion affirmed by t'e Tl publi
cans is that Slavery is not naiionaf--it x-
iii's by local law only, and, of course can
not exist in the Territories ii',1 there i lo
cal law mere to maintain it. Tins wss
also the doctrine of all tbe old Viririia
fctntennen. 1 he doctrine of the Breckin
rdga and Secession party, on the contra
ry, is a modern heresy. ,
But let us I car Mr. Botts.
In iho oirly history of Slavery io the
American Colonies, (lives were recogni
zed as propei ty; bet st last (he question
wa teeted by tho celebrated Homerville
'see, io which Lord MansQuld decided
bnt slaves were not property under the
common law, and from that day to lh'n
they have been so regarded in this coun
try. A horse is property everywhere so
lecogn sod by the common law and
then fore needs no protection; but human
beincs must he reduced to property by
epeciul !aw,and ihey cannot be held s
property except where such law prevails,
and this wns the constitutional view.
Lrr Mane field ma le his decision short
ly before the American Uonstitutt n was
written, and the authors of that docu
ment recognised the legality of that de
cision in one of the Articles of tho Con
ntitution, as thus: "No person held In Ser
vian or libor in one Slate, under tht law
thereoie, escaping into another," die If
tin v were hold under the common law,
no State law would be ncraxsnry; and no
su h c'ause in the Constitution would
l ave been Inserted. Agsin, if they nio
property under the common law, no spe
cial protection is necessary. No mnn in
the T rrilories asks to have hi.-i horsa
protected, bftcnitee his right to that spe
cie i)' prorerty is everywhere reojjnijied.
The phisse of the Constitution, ' no
per-ion held lo fervice or labor urder the
Inw thereof, cacaping," Ac, is conclu
sive to any fair mind iImi no Slavery ex-
Mtrt, or is acknowledged by the tionsti n
linn in any hhape, except such ns cxits
by the laws of a State, snd honco 1 1 .
CntiHiitiiiion rejects wholly (lis idea nf
luvery in a Territory where no such law
Virginia is iud bled to Mr. Bolts, for a
clear, ninnly expnsition id the trus duo
trine on this subject. The people know
it is true, and Virginia will sus'ain that
truth, in sjiita of nlf the bowlings of the
SecnoHiontsts. The treat politl ul heresy
it st s'sves can bo held in
equally with horses, without
law, is now on trial lief .rn
the Unit, d Statu. It
is already extdn
tied in thei.rv. and will be condemned
nrs 'iii-slly at tho South ns well as st the
North. We hazard nothing in saving
that i ho great b xly of ths South will r
i -cl it, and Ihut s! patriotic parties will
ho at last onitbtl on two propsitions: that
Slavery is a local institution, and that tho
'(nii.il of ihs Territories belong to the
Government of the United States.
.. , ..
NxnaAsia Euscrma. IjirI year, the
8hsm Pemorrsoy of Nebraska claimed tn
hsvo eh otcd Eslabrook, their candidate
f..r Congress, by 3U0 majority; but the
House sorudniied ths returns, and gave
il s seat to 8. Q. Daily, Republioan. It
was found that i eolij vole mainly if not
entirely fraudulently had been oast for
E-tabrooL in Certain unsettled counties
ss follows: 'liulTalo, 202. Leauquioourt,
128. Saline, 10."
Agsin Mr. Daily las been sleeted, and
agsin if ws may credit the lust telegraph
io bulletin from Oman thero ia an at
tempt to cheat him out of ihs seat by bo
gus returns. But this will not prsvail.
MW How much suffering snd pain
might bs prsvsnUd by a timely sppliea
tion of Ousrnsy's Ba!ot?
Salt Rheum Nsrslgia, Rheumatla.Agus
io th Breast, Ac, receive immediate ben
efit from this remedy.
fyThe eomplstsness of mutual confi
dence is tbs tihitftlemsnt ol lovs .
a. new iafernai MackueA live Ad - i
der Sent la better to a raiinie n ne.
' The inmates of the Postoffice were
thrown into a state of general consterna
tion yesterday afternoon by a series of the
most vigorous snd agonizing screams pro
ceeding from one-ct the hallways of the
Upon investigation, the source of the
outcry was found to be a colored woman
who was wringing her hands and appar
ently in a stale bordering upon insanity.
Tnc bystanders questioned her as lo her
troubleg, to which she mads no response,
but pointed to a lively little green adder
which was rapidly wriggling over the floor
towards cpen nir.
A general stampede ensued, but after a
long effort the "vorminl' was properly
e urcd and taken to the City Marshal's
It appears that tho colored lady, Mrs.
Philander Pierce, has a husband down in
Georgia. Their marital life has not been
one of most pleasant or pnetic, and sever
al letters of domestic objurgations have
passed betwten thean. Yesterday M:s.
Pierce went to the Post Office, and look
out a Util pasteboard box containing ii
letter. As she was removing it, she was
slightly surpiiscd at hearings hiss in tho
box, and almost instantly the green head
glittering eyes and Lsrbcred tongue of the
nforosaid adder shot up before her bewil
dercd vision. She dropped the box liko
a hot coal, and hence the screams.
The letter concluded with theso post
"Ivits tais dear hit o pet lor me, nnu
take it and sleep with it, for God's sake.
"P. 8. Thcv say that blue is true,
ami let this bite von. and you w ill Dnd out
this is a good little bedleltow.
Thattlis diabolical Philander Eupposod
his wifs was going to play Cleopatra with
the charming present he sent her, h not
for a moment to be entertained: butrather
that he concocted this unitue slyloof ma
king way with her, is probable. At any
rate his designs have failed miserably, and
Iih snskeship, peacefully coiled up in a
bot'h) ofolcohol, wi 1 decorate ths walls
of lh Audubou Club. Chicago Jour
Tbe Deed is doner Tue Prediction Is
"Lurlingame, I am elected senator for
six years, I have got Jot Lane's head in a
bisict and am going to h'tve Sli-lell's Bright
und Filch s; won t it be a splendid sght
JJurlingame, to see McDovgal returned
from California, Baker from Oregon, a,d
Douglas and old Me at Waihigton to.
g'ther! The next President is to come from
Illmm. Stephen Arnold Douglas in a
conversation with Burlingame.
The'abovo is tho Unguaga whioh the
Hon. S A. Douglas used to Mr. Burling.
onie, of Masesoliusetts, in Boston, since
the commencement of this preorduniwl
campaign, as reported by Mr. Burlingime
himself in a speech made by him- in the
Sute of Maine just proceding their S ate
Tho latest overland mail brings ac
counts from Sun Francisco to the 10 ill
instant, and from . Oregon to the 7th.
The election for senators took place st
Palem, in Oregon, on the 2 I of October.
in due legnl form. J. W. Nesmilh.Doug
las derooerat, was elected for the long term,
and K. D. Baker, black republican for tl.e
short tortn. It is unnecessary to comment
on the result of this eleotion. To the
t'outh Gen. Lane is known, both in ti e
service he kas rendered his country in the
field and iu the S nate. In the former he
has defended their honor against n do
mestic foe. The country and tho Con
s' itnlioD never had a more faithful friend
and more aoa'ous defender than Joo Lane,
as Mr. Douglas terms him. and though ho
mnv have his head in a basket, lie has..
only tho (onsrlation lo I now that ho is not
the first prostitute to principle and virtue
who has been gratified in having the hosd
of a just man in a charger. This preciio
tion and this result fixes the complicity
of Mr. Douglas so certainly in a knowl
edge of the coalition that he who runs
may lead. If Heroin a Southern mnn,
after this, who still adheres lo his destiny,
he owes it tn his own consistency to pro
cure immediately a Wide Awake uniform.
Hut there are man who advoeitte Doug
las, North ami South, who will repudiate
him forevor after this tiansaciion. Wash
Air, Slcpucuaol (ieorh'iu Ab lutions
Under the head of "Glorious News
from the South," the St. Louis .bulletin
has Iho following:
Wo were greatly surprised, last Mon
day, when wo learned that tho brilliant
and distinguished Georgian, Alexander
II. II. SlopheiiH, had failed to meol his
long announced appointment to spHkat
Centraha that tiny wiih Mr. Douglas.
The mystory is ' explained. 1 Io says
that tlie recent elections have miislieil
him that Douglas will not get tho oloeto-
ral rote ol a single Mine; lliai ineris
! imminent dsmirei lint hincoln will ho
of elm-ted: and that it therefore boenmes the
du'y of ovory Southern man in the pres
ence of the dangers which blaro hmi in
the face, lo forego his personal prefer
ences, and' lo use eveiy offer t to combine
the Pouth, as I band of brothers, in sup
port of that randidnte who is notonly
cviJently ths most popular, but who is at
the same lime the most earnest deteiiuor
if the rights of ihe t-outh snd the Stales;
and that, believing that Mr. Breckinridge
is that man, he hopes that the people of
Georgia will give him their unanimous
How Fio (rts Miotic New Yoik.
The New Vork Time, of Friday say..
The Republican is the only organized
party in thisStato to-day. Its opponents:
aro a mere mob without unity ol princi
ple, or of purpose, and without tho slight
est shadow of an ollectivs ortisnix ition.
Every stop taken to promoted their union
has only tended to demoralize them still
further. They are united upon no singlo
point of policy or of sentiment, oxcepi in
battel of the Republicans: and even that,
wi'h four-fifths of the whole mnss, is sec
ondary and subordinate to their haired of
each other. Tosuppos tint, undersuoh
eiroumstancrs, noy effective opposition
oan be made to wsll orgs; isod, harmo
nious parly, animated by a common pur
pose, holding the same principles, and
stimulated by the prospect of success, is
the highest of lolly. The fusion commit
tee may set this Sute down as certain to
give Lincolnfifly thousand majority; and
every dollar they spend in ths oountiy
will incrtats that mejory.
Guernsey'' s Balm.
- four Days Later from Europe.
. Arrival of the City of Washington.
St. Jons, N. F., Ootober 23. The
dates by the City of Washington are four
days later than those by the Arabia.
Tbe news by the City of Washington is
mainly confined to tbe details of the bat
tle of Voliurno.
Tho Neapolitans, estimated nt 30,000
strong, attacked the Gnribaldian.s on the
1st, uuder cover of a tnick mist, and car
r it d some) posi ions, and for a tiins suc
ceeded in drivHig back lbs Garit'ahliiins,
whose number did not reach half theirs.
Garibaldi went forward, nvolvor in
hand, oi.eering on his men, and alter a
desperate fight of eight hours' duration,
the Neapolitans were broken and routed,
and were pursued close under the walls of
A brigade of Germans wns cut off from
the main body of the Neapolitan army, mid
driven to the mountains.
The Garibuldians look 4,000 prisoners,
and it was estimated that the Neapolitans
hnd 3,000 killed and wounded. Tho loss
of the Gari'mldians was stated at between
1,200 and 7.000 men.
The Royalists srrbetruetly made a sor
tie from Capua to the rescue of the Ger
man brigade, but were repulsed. The
King of Naples and his brothers, were pre
sent at the DatlU. Rumors were curront
ibat Capua had surrendered and the bom
bardment of the town was progressing,
but neither bad been confirmed.
Tho line of. the Volturno was still
ntrongly protected, and it was said the
Neapolitans tore prepared to defend their
positions. Some Sardinian troops assist
ed the Ganbaldians in the battle.
Garibaldi had clld on tho King of
Sardinia to go to Naples, and to send him
14,000 men immediately.
The Piedinonti se troops had entered
the Neapolitan- territory
It wts reported that three of tho great
powers had protested agninst the culry of
Sardinia into Naples,
Mazzini had entered Naples, at the re
quest of ths Pro-DictHor.
Advices from tho Papal States indicate
no change in the state of affairs there.
The l'ipe remained at Rome.
General Lnmoriciere hnd returned to
Frniico. Tho Fronc.li had occupied nil
meroui places near Rome. It was report
ed that a third dividon will be sent from
Finnns U Rome,
Military movements on a vast scale were
reported in Austria.
Lonoon, Ociobcr 11. Wheat has a
downward tendency, und qnotatioi.s are'
barely maintained. Tea unchanged, and
slow of sale.
Cavk Race, Out. 28. The Steamer
Fulton, Capt. Motion, from Havro and
tfouiliaropton on the 17th inst, passad
Cape lUoe st b' o'clock A. M. Sunday,
ami was boarded by tne press yacht. Her
news 19' three days later than that by the
Asia At New York.
The sleamshins Teutonia, Anglo Saxon
and Adriatic had arrived out. Tho
poliian Prince had ordeicd a renewed
tne attach on the UHi ihalduns.
It was assert-d that there was great
consternation among the Cabinet at lurin
in consequence of die Russian and I'm
ssian Ambassadors having remitted for
mal protests against tho Sardinian inva
sion of Naples.
Advi'tea fifmi China state the allies had
attacked the Tartar C .imp, an) that the
Chi nose (li d in dtsord. r.
Tho grand attick on the Tartar forcos
would take place on tho 15th August.
Victor Emanuel entered Naples on '.he
17th. lie had already entered tho Nea
politan town of Gullauovu amid much en
lliusiasin. Mazzini linnraru-icd lo leave Naples,
The dioplomalisls nt (inula had pro
tested against the decroe relative to Milan
and all the ambassadors had signed it.
Gen. Goyon had re-occupiud Viterbo.
Three now forts armed with rid id can
non hadjhcou completed between Si lo and
Malanioeleo, and the ariiininonts on thu
whole of the Venetian Mioro are bting re
newed and cuuneott) I with an clociric bat
tery. The vote on the quisilm of annexation
to Piedmont, is to bu taken in Sicily, Oj-
lolicr 2 1st.
U a asserto. uingrciu cons. nam...
T I . I . . . ... ! ...
f.rsa iuu siiiuii n... vn.... . wui,
eenient'e of tho UtiSHian ami Prussian
Anilitssailors having reiniltijil loriual pro
test against ths Sariliniau invasion of tho
Kingdom of Naples. The Ruesi.in Am
bassador will demand his panspuris if ne
regard is paid to tho protest.
Advices from China state that Iho allied
troops had rea ih.v.l IVIb ) Aug. 1st, and
had established camps at Polhany They
found the Northern and Southern forts
ovaouated and aitaekdil the Tartar cainp many Republicans arj f.;arlul that Punn
on the 12th. Tho Chinese And in disor-1 sylvanis will g Donioeratio. If the Oc
der. At the departuro of iho mail the toW ohictions in Pennsylvania and othnr
allies vrcre opposite ths Taltu fort,
the Chiueses weio prepsiing to rosisl.
The irranJ attaok was to takd plane Aug.
15th. The rebels stui kod ahatigliao
A.... .Oil. nr.. I h.m m.laa
Tho Fulton has 2D0 pissengors and ,
onainnu nt . film f.vnirit.mAil a '
continuation of soveies gules.
Livkki'joi. BBB.nsTum. Flour dull ,
and 6d lower for some desoiiptions of
American, which wero quoted at the
ranee of 2S fiil30s Gd. Whoat firm, and
advanced Ia2d, particularly for Had Wes-ihave
mm .M.li . a ni.nl Arl st I I RiIb I 2, Oil M
SIM.:. - 1.1 . as. r. . n..tn. miv.l
iv iiita oouteern lis. vwiu uu.uv,
and Yellow 30sGila37o. Whits 39sa41.
generally quiot. Beef dull.
Bacon sioady. Lard quiet.
How tbe I'nlon lata be Dissolved.
Louisville, Oct. 3'J. inn morning's!
Journal says that a remirkably shrowd i
mr.A auull i.,l'......n I nolitiiMAll. rAnanl I
i. w.j.:.....n ii.i snmn nr ii.-
II Will Mn-IIIIUlUlll PWWn v.l.H "v...- v.
nrincinal Bn-etinridire leaders from the
. " .... n.r
Wi all nPTav.
as and Judge Meek, or Alabama, agreed
last Thursday upon a plan of notion in
ens., of Lincoln's election, viz:
South Carolina, within thirty days sf-,
lor the eloclion would decisis herself in-
dependont,nd send an Amhassador to
' . . . .
WashinL'ton. nskinir rcooirniuon. 11 re-
cogniio.l, other Southern States would fol
low suit, and after a sufficient number of
Slates aro thus reoognized, a Souther Con
federacy would bs formed.
i M.Qi mm
jt7In this country the mortality of
children is increasing with terrible rapid
ity. In Boston, ths percentage- of deaths
of children under 10, doubled from 1830
to 1850. In New York) ths deaths j
children toeaob 100,000 inhabitants bavs
wore than trobled since 1810.
More Douglas A phorlims '
Selected verbatim from bli Speeches
1, "It matters not what way the Supreme
Court May hereafter decide as to the ab
struct question, where it (elsvery) may
or may not go into a Territory under the
Constitution, Ms people have tin lawful
means to introduce it or exdude it as they
please Speeou at r rceport, Aug. J3,
lUPttEMB COURT SOVERIIONT?.
2. I, in common with the Democracy
of Illinois, scoept the Dred I" colt Deci
sijn of t'ie Supremo Court of the United
States, in ill 3 Dred Soott cane, as an au
thoritative exposition of the Constitution.
nnaievtr ym a,.,,, , l
expounded bi the Courts, Imposes on the i
u, vj v . r
Whatever Limitations the Constitution, as
authari y of a Territoml legislature, we
Cheerfully Recognize awl reaped in con
formity with that decision. Slaves sfo
recognized as prcprty, snd placed on an
rqual fooling with a'l other property."
Speech at New Orleans. Deo. 6, 1858.
PROTECTION TO SLAVS PROPRRTT.
The citizens of each ant all of the Stales
m',y move into the territories and carry
tltiir pi'opirty with them on terms of exact .
equality, no matter whether that property
consists in little, horses or in merchandize
or in Slaves, or in any other species of
On whatever terms a citizen
of a free
Slate may moveinlo a territory with nil
his particular property, citizens of the
slave Sutes can go and carry their slave
r. i. ... j 1 . .-.7.'
.r.v. ....... .... - - I -r-
of guvernment that every right of property,
as wsll ai person, should Le vigorously an t
sacredly protected by t'ie government. "
Spe ch at Memphis, Oct. 24, I8U0.
NON PIIOTSCTICS TO BIAVR PROPERTT.
nrnn r.v ir it ti tn nn p.xHr.iu1 lit itrtiiciuie
4. "Slavery cannot exist a Day
hour anywhere, Unless tl is
no'icc' Rciiliitions. Tlioia regulations can
t0y D9 e8tablihed by the local L gisla-
lure, and if tho people are opposed to sla
very, they will elect rcprosentalives to
that DOdV wno will. OU unrienaty luegis-
, .. J , ,, Mil i l l
lation effectually prevent the introducing of
it info their midst." fSptech at Froeport
. J , .nru 1
that body who will, by unfriendly Legis
Aug, 23, 1358,
SLAVERY CAN'T DE EXCLUDED.
5. "Hence, under the Constitution,
there is no Pow3r to prevent
man ioiii'l into the Territories
Slaves." .Speech nl Clilton
I., Aug , ltitJU.
CONORESSIONAL N0H INTERVENTION.
6 "All the powers delegated to the
federal government are federal in their
chiractci and. not domestic. Curigress hat
no right under the Constitution, to inter
fere w th the relations between husbandand
wife, or parent and child, or gutnlian ai.
1 ' '1M...0 .1
ward, or master and servml '1 hose do-
mestio powers are all reserved lo the ! tutcs
or lo tlio pooplo. friepcoh at Indianapolis
Sept. 28 I8IJ0.
8. "I am nut preoarod lo say that un
der the Constitution, wj CCongress) have
not lie powr lo pass I ws excluding' Negro
io jmxs i' wa fsjrituuat'j ncii v
Sliivcn, from the Territories.-Speech in
the Seuaie, June 3r 1850,
mow you 8KB IT
9. "The peop'eofa Territory, liko those
of a Slate, should be left perfectly free 10
form and reuulsto thoir domestic institu
tions in their own way, and no limitation
thnnld be plwed on thU right in ny form.
Spaooh nt Ciiioago, Ju.y 9,1858
now vott don't
10. "Daring the existence of Territorial ,
governments , the measure of restriction,
wl atoverit may bs, impose ) by the IVd
eral Cons itiition on ths power of tho
Territorial LugiHlature over the donnvtio
relations, as tin tame has been, or sh'ill
hereafter be deci led by the Supreme Court,
should be respected by nil good oitizons,
and enforced with promptness and fidelity
by overy hrnnoh of the Federal Govern
ment. "-Wi 'k'ilfs Bosolution in the Dem
ocratic Philforra, endorsed by Douglas ns
"a Isith'ul embxliuionl of the timo honor
ed principles of the Domocraiio party."
A It It I V L O V T I IK Pit S V EX PK E S3.
Quarrel Bje eeei Seti'itor Qjj'iii an I Gen
TIIK OHEODN SEfATOrwSIIU'.
g j illuisdiy, Oft. 25.1800
Th.l'oiy Kxpri'ss, wiih thrco days
l iter iiittlli siiiiei from California, arrived
this in ruii?. Tlio news is very mon
ger. S.vn Fiunouoi, Ojt. 13, 18"3.
Th. sr. isnogeiviral news of importance.
Tin poli. ieal canvass ongrosses univer
sal attDiiiion. Thi anxiety lo hear tin
rot u ins fron P. nnsylvania, Ohio und
Indiana, h ho:oininx intones, and even
.Northern States go Republican, there will
el) an immense gain lo Hint party litre
Unv. Downey, why has been stumping
ll.i, StulA ll.S I lull 'V11W. flYr.l-l.aat.il ll la I. ii n - 1
in in private, that California will go for!
1) tii.lim hv a litrico m:iiorit.v. And th.tt iho !
Breckinridge ticket will run larg-ly b'-
hir.d tho Ropu'iliom. It is hoi iuvud that
the Be!l snd Everett men will mostly vole
Senator Uwin nn i Gen J. W. MoDougal
beon malting speeches violently abu-
HI VS of fUt'h Oilier: Cilcll ItCCUSillL' tllO
iuia-u.viiivi - .Ur.,vu...ii. v........
nitmr nf ili.ln.nuatl sanra.anliin, C.A I i r.i p i
ma at Washington. Il u rumored that
correspondence, ol a hostile naturo is now
proceeding letween them; but there is
pro'-nbly little danger of a duol.
Ths Douglas papers in Oregon are
very biltor in denouncing the coalition
bv whioh a Republican Senator was
i elected. Tlio President of the Senate, at
Doui'las Democrat has beon burned
i v . t ,
tiny l' tl- county he roprosonla by
I Uouims Uemocrat8. lnia course waa
probably resorted to conlraot the efivc
of ths charges that the Republicans and
Douglas Democrats are wo.kiag for a
Important AccsssioN.-The Indiana-
tiralia .iAiina saifa'
I"".'" V j-
We hoard venter Jay from good author
ity that Ez-Oovernor Paris C, Dunning
one of ths ahl-st and firmest of the ft iuuds
of Mr. Douglas in this Stato, has avowed
his intention to support Mr. Linooln, now
that he sees his own preferenco oan not be
realized. We are also informed that . Mr.
Bryant, the present State Librarian has
expressed a simi far de erminatioo. We
do not vouch for tho truth of thess re
ports, but we have thorn from reliable
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.
t. Josbpu. October 30 Tho Pony Ex
press, with Californ'a dates to tho 17th
iiist., arrived here this morning.
, Saw Franoisco, October 17 The Pony
Exptsss, with St. Louis dates to the 7th
lost., iB telegraphed from Carson Valley
Th.sre is intense anxiety to receive the
news ot the next exprees to tht 10th inst.,
when the result of t!.e Pennsylvania elco
tion will be known. Politicians general
ly concede that if Foster is elected, C'i
fomia will g for Douglas whil. if Fos
ter is defcttod. and th- other Northern
State elections result in Republican victo
ries, California will go fur Lincoln, t x
generally conctded that the Breckinridge
party is loi.,g ground.
r ., p " 0 , ,
Col. L. Baker, Senator elect frcm Oie-
g in, is expected to ma lie a tour to Cali-
fornmfoMhe benefit of the Ifepublicau
Brevt. Brigadier Gantral Claik, com
mander o the department of. Clifornia.
died in tins city to-day, of chionic diar-1
rile, after iwo weeks illness.
The news from Oregon is unirrporlant.
-The Deiuooratio pa era of b ih win"! of
that party enerally denounce tho coali
lion which elected o.io
Reptiidi an Sena-
The GovernorofMissi.Hain.il nr.innsfl tn
punisii the North lor eleotinsr Lincoln bv
.levying duty on Northern minufao'urers
carried in-'o that State. Pe. hans tho
Governor will ba good cnoii"h to turn his
. . P .
of.nnf,.n ,i.. r .1. n '
attention lo the ninth section ofihe Con-
etit ution, a clause of which
closely like this:
No tax or duty shall bo laid upon nrti-
les exported Irom any siale. No prefer
ence shad be given by anv regulation of
nniiimiria ftp rv.nni tr llu nrla rtlMin
State over another; nor shall vessels bcurld
IO or iroill OIH Since DO Otllreu. IO enter.
elear or pay duties in another.
Kslnte or l)r. It. II. Ilcown,
raj " " " J siTi.iir.iiiaiuiBuiiuoHiirncci nns
Iv been appointed and July .i.i 1 1 U o.i as Aitinin istra-
: t,,r r tho K,ui or lr. It. II. Illto WN, deceased, tale
of FalrMd county, Ohio. All person, huvicl.wm.
:irui.i.taldhsti.t will present the r .etlleiiiunt,
legally authenticated wilhlu ouo year-and all llioso
ludelned will make Immediate paymen. lo
October 11. If BO-le-ltu
TELEGRAPH L I ME;:Ps?ss:r::rr
i uuu u urn u u 1 it u,ssaaiMt
TIavn now iu .Sloro and rcctiivlu a splontliJ asitort"
Staple antr JTaucn
fiiiUitMo for the
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF
-x-w - o -- .
illi ii J5 ttJ 'ii if
----- : w i .. -i-T TTT' .
tuour stook brorc biiyiui; elaowhcro. Onrtock t com
lioiuil nt arl, us follow : A full uiorlineiit of houvv
WOOLLEN I COTTON GOODS.
for .Men and llov'e Wear, n choice stock of
mi; if i. tot; yo m.vu v as
w v miwiu ti
CLOAKS. SHAWLS, HOSIEHY,
Glovp'timl Atniill wur''it,wlil'.n tioo.N.Unnuii.IVotlonA,
uml Kiiiicy G001I9, tinl indued evory tiling usually
kept ilia Dry Thioi) Kloro
WALL PAPER, CARPETING, &C.
all of which will be sold
Clicnp Lr Cash or Country Produce
I.IITI.K A IIKKSIIACJIS.
I.ani'.'u'.or, September '.', IrtnU s.'.lf
AT SH.-EKFElfS CORN E It,
AT SH.EEKER'S CORNER,
AT SIl.EKI-'ER'S CORNER.
iKOR DRUGS A GROCEi lES!
FOR DRUGS. t (iROCEUIES!
KOR DltfGS Si GROCERIES!
FOR DRUGS & OROOEIUES!
JiES I' ,t
15 EST Si
IN' THE TOWN!
w " J 1
AT II. 15
AT II. B,
: ii.T.f t' f.it a i uii.M'.u.
o. inio. antr
A m vcr t.llii. Autirt'do fur Sick Head.
rp aeue, Dys)Hpsia, Fever and Aru.6,
L .. . . ..
Liver Lonipiaini, iMiirctiess, x
ll pravuu Aiiponic, insur-
WILSON 8 FILLS are universally sc.
knnwledtcsd In he the lt now in uso, A. a Kainilj
incdiciao they are partlculsrly rccommandt'd-sioiple
and lu.ru.less, but hhchly medicinal In their coin
UuatUin. One Pill a dose, with nillj but or-
tain effis-tiL Tho robust man and the dullest, chili
sse then. Alike, with every assurance of euUrc
safety. With Wilson's Pills, every Mother Ii.
Iho land hoceuisa her own physician. They have
proved themselves a srscmc, and stand without a
rival for tho fulluwlng affection..
IIE1U4CIIK, IEVKB Be ACHE,
llKADAt'HK, VEVKB A AO IK,
DYSPEPSIA, LIVES COMPLAINT,
DYSPEPSIA. IIYIE C0KFLAINT,
Coativeneas, Billouaness, Neuralgia,
Costivenoss, Biliousness, Neuralgia.
Sold by Bruggitts & Dealers evorywhere.
b. l. fahnestocb: & CO.
Importers diWholosale Druggists
Ho. 60, eorner Wood sod 4th Bts.
sou rsnrunoBS or
O B. L. Fahncstock's Vermifuge.
Kolilhy K.t. SI.OCit.M, Lanoastor; Suuderman 4
KuonS, Amanda; K Kali., KushTllle,)
3S 1 S
7 . S.l .
Comman Bouse ruleithe mtuol Ibe i
. .m. .u..,.H,uau ma roiMoiarope pblieao
phn inayuf to the eonlr.rT. Show them oo
thing ; lot IU roar U ba l...i. j . j
thoy will not heiltste lo glTe It their moil eor.ll.l nnl
r(.nue., IhemuwehMe.lread ratllled the JndS
mentors I.b y..cl.n. concerning ,h'e TlrtUB, 0f
f ;'',er'"yt' "on by the Imraente qu.nll
.! lb I"",ll(,,.ne !,h'ch annually told In erery
5ctlcn or the land. It I. now lecofntied creally
il.eri,ir to all other remediea yet dorlsed ror dlea
,,. ot the oitreitore oriana, .uob dlarrhoj, dy.nep.
la. anil for the rarlous favor, thatarlae from deraiiire-
munt of thoae rmrtlona of the .v.i..m u... ,,.?...
iiiimo Is nil,lly bocoinln(r a houiehold word, from
Maine to lexm, from Ilia thorea o( the Allantlo to
thefacille. Try the article and be latUSed. Sold bi
all DriigrirlBt In the word. .
Hue aJvirtiscnuinl in another column. . 1B31
Itlooil Feoa. '
..i'M!,e,n,lon I,"C!I1,C'1 ? "t'" most remarkable snd
'l ntinc i.roimr.tlon.advortl.ed In another eolnm.
I1 "'"''"T new di.c-.Tery, and most not be con",'
VZ-ZT.rTll ,hnM ehmnle nalure-of
... '-"iniii ri'iiitriiv ior en tu i iabia
vt'un,er., ni maw
Ippot. at Ni. v.k
alao proprietor, ot the world
T.iuni.ie.pocine in mi rj.e, r infuniiie Ccmi."nS"
IT Sue adviirtlsemont.
jnii- oiuib journal. Volumbul.
lion of Sleep.
If there In envlhl UtF tli n PA wanrTiM a l.'l t j
. l,od, than 1 l.f .!, or lr 1V uhflculty or dlseaM
; can bo oftener traced to oihor than lo.. of .leep, the"
k..rv. ...nii..iunMi, power, or Hidner Smith th
f.f?h.K 7 P,'",0,1K'-' " to be ?elle?upon.
Of this, lot the experience of thon.and. auawer. snd
try the Ton .lMr,DT.ond they will be read, lo en
dorse ilie remark of one of the friend, of the proprlo.
ter.. who write., '.wero tbe direction, to be ioVered
n . ' tm'",',-'"!, 0 P"1!'". I "ould not be without
I." ililsall wi experience by U. uso. lee adver
lisemLut, aud call for paniphtot.. Iui31
-The iVrnlan Fevsr rhnVm'
Till. WAIIllM.rnt . .
,t''tbo kuowloilire ofllieprcentproprietorabyafrlond
i Land bau,lrml lruvel" ' Wmis and the. Holy
i hic,.n,ii1ii.n,,l0nf r,"'V,:
lut'f no I'omtil li'd-Piul iiv-h,.,in i i ...
mal 11 ,u """ '"
I... . .V . . noinnna that the boatman
. .. ,n,rorii,o, powers, and .aid that it
, could only be obtained Irom Ibe Prio... of "he SuS.-
frlosl obtained rrm h.m Hie secret or It. i re-
?Z'a ""cr0 ,he medicinal herb.
nunui vir'unsoriiii.srticle harolni.necd a full hn.'
lief in the minds of the nnllms! n ilia .i...i 1. ,
l.ifr powers f their Prf "t". rnlraculou. heal-
I Stuco lil.reliriltoA!herlca,tha.been Irled wllh!
tho hspuiost effect by several Ladies and ir.entl.m..
. .... i i . 7 ' .'v.l. .UUWI.II-
of liiitn cliarnrtnr. who have rlToif ifiho mosl liv.?!11'
fled pn.ise. This remedy hiTlni been s? iiiSe n
I Persia for humlreil. ofyeurs. f "r thrnreJeXn d
cure of Fever aud Aue and 11111. Cen-I. now
offered to till) Allllirii nn ,.nl "
JunoSiS,lrWI-ljl3 JOHN WILCOX t; CO.
Dr.Iloback'a Scandinavian UloodPUls
mid lllood Purifier.
"Tlio blood is Iho life," say. Scrlplurei'.o ay'l"
Science also. Expel corruption Irom the blood snd
110 dfsenso can pvi.i I., ik.. u n.
and PiftSer peiform their tusk effo'ctually. They are
i"i,I ,U':rf' ""h"' ?'". " sll toXs'oY.
'e.H..i.i' hlc"ne ,rro" itipure blood. .Imply be
c use hey remevo thecommon cau.e.of dl.oa.e from
.the lil,i.,usi,ilnii,K Ould. Hence their sunarenteV
miraculoua cnm. V.t .. .fi .1 .
t.t,.i,. i;..- P"i'i-Jus, mmoi., aye-
(j psiii.liiercempleint,, rheumatism, swelling of the
ij 'InL.and all aftVcl on. of the intnrn. I i.i '?
d"'J"' procei'd from inulloriuutloil.
,i ,,. " :: e-""i wuiuu
u , oueauvertisement
sirup, ami Medivlnea le the llruu Klore of Q. Kauff
niau .V t.o. where l'uro Dropa.oi.d ,uch valuable me-,
dlciu.s und sliindard remediea. Perm l)avi. V.g,.
table fi.Ai.r,J)1. A,'0ari.o', ssrr Mm Bit-
, "-"""ronBsuii it turn Syrup
Vrrattchix nlwrvs ho finnwl. r,i (i,.i i ....fT
I fn n,,7 ,. ....?.f'n!.e.Ji!! 'V'f ff i,r"ltiefiiy., and
" aviiiiin IIQUIIM. nillll IIV Bli moill.lna
v,..w,. ruu uuveriiseuieiit.!
rlt Is wonilnrful boar mnn a valuable remedy bo
comes ft nown-llr. 8. O. Klchnrdsou', Sherry Wlno
Millers is used -nl recniumenilod by the leading iihv-sa-iuus
of the country, and all who once try It pro
nounce it valuable. ' 1
liu-enos, A lien county, Ohio, July 20th, 1MB. .
Messrs. J. . ,URR ( o-Gentlemen :-l bard
solil nr. h. O. ltliliarilsnii's Slierrv Vin llliinr. r.
ol ' iruneral debiliiy, dyspepsia, lover and ueue.olc.
Jours truly J. W. HUNT, Druggist,
beld by Niirord & Stunjoon. lin31
JTpO:ir Mvue.uiM who aro In any wa troubled
tillh hrvslpelas, Canker.KHlt Hheum.Scrofulaor other
liirms of humor, is to use. Dr. S. A. Weaver'. Justly
celulimlediind never fnllii.fr remoiHe. for these com-,
planus. We have, no dou btthal at I cast half the chron
ic ciimiiluinis lu existence have their origin in some
form ..I a liomnr, elilch only need, to be eradicated
from the system, to save Ihein from an untimely crave.
Wo are glad ttuu lr. Weuvor has turned hi. at
tention to Ibis ctiss if dl'sca.us, which have been so
Inns neaKcied und aliicl. buve so rapidly Increased,
in ulini.sl all purl, of the world. Tun thousand, who .
hivoulreadv biencured.are but sn mnn. livi.,iA..i.
I Siates, appealing losutleriiiz huinanlly, and altesline
" 'i'.'r ..iiiuuiw .ii.iuTcry ut. weaver .
syrup and t'eruto lor isle by E. L. blucuui. Iin31
A hfnenotrnt Institution titnbttnhtd by tpteial En- '
il'iirment, for the Relief of the , Sick and Diitretted '
afitfttul with Virulent and Kpidimie J)ieae$y and
ctprciully for the Cure of Viseaace of the Sexual Or'
it n us.
M KniC AT. ADVIf'Kplvon Rrntis, by 'the Acting
Siirifi'iHi. to all who ply by I tutor, with idti-i
L-ritiou nf ilifirijoiulltinu, t"K,oc('ujntlon,hHb1ti of
; Hiv, iVc.,) a it. I in tisit-nif axiroiiio povorty, Medlcluot
, fiirni-tlH'iMri'o of cliuri). (
VAUt.lUUi KKI'UKTK on SupormntorrhfPii, and
oIIht Uii'ii!,en ol tl: Sttxuul Ortraiis.iiiid on the NKVr i
I; KM KDl Kfi L'liiiiloyntl in tlio UlsnHiisiirv. sent to thu
iiiilkU'ii in himIi'iI K'IIit un vuIdikm. free of cliariro.
C H E A I'ES IT ' 1 r "'roe ela.i. ps fur pmlaire will bo acceptable.
.-.III.' ni'Li i-i : A'i'ire-s, Or. J. .nKII.I.'.N IUlI0ilT0N,Actliitr!ur
t llr.AI Iwll ee.in, II. iwiinI As,oci:,ili.n, No. S South Ninth Street,
PI I if A HI.'J I'l I'blladt liil.iu. I'll. Ily o.ders.fthc Directors.
l L' 1 II I IJ IMI'L'I I !..'...
... ... .. i. .. &u,i . rs. -
flK"). PAI TtCHTtil), Ssc'y.
Auir. II, tMiil 1H-1.
GE OF TIME.
ON anil after Mon lay.Juuo a III) inco.tlie schedule
i.Hunufor I'rainsou this road, LeaTlug Lancaa
No.1, 1'nsseiifrcr at 1 121. .M.arrlTliifratZanosvllls
at II 1.1 P. M..niitkiiiBillrectcoiinectioa.forlliKfisf
I'r.'lirht ami Aci-omiiioilnllun Train ats S.I, A. id . '
arrlviini at Kan.-.vllli at III 13 A.M. Making direct
coniioctionslorthe Kast arfd W-st via. the Central
Olil.i itnilroail. I'tisHcnirersror C'oluuihu. will taks
this I' rain. rI he above Trains slop at all station..
Kreiirlitaml Accoiuinoilation Train leavinr Morrow
atH mi f. M. will on Saturday night run tol.aneaster
on card limn, and from there ro.uine It. trip on Mon-'
No. 9, P.nsongoratllOO A. M..arrlvlntat Clnclc'S
Krelirl.t and Accommodation Train at 7 00 P.M.
Ieiiarlureal7 13 P. M. arriving at Cincinnati stBOO'
Froisht and Accommodation Train leaving Z.nes-'
TllleittS I.1 I'.V.wlllonSaturday night run to Lauras''
terand from thero resume Its trip on Sunday night.
WM.KKY HON1), Receiver.
R. D. AnilOT. AsslstnntSuporintendant.
June H, IHMI 3tf .
II. II. IIVNTKIt.
J. A. flUNTEH
II. II, HUNTER & SON,
iiternrys anil rounsellors at Law.
t'lCK-Shiuiror House, up stairs. Kntrancs Wett
aster, aprll IS, 1600 3tf
7f. t. j vise ,
VTTOUV.V W 1aW,'
OFFICE lu Knstet'. Rulldlnj,d door on the porch; '
January I2.1WJU ly37
VIRGIL E. SHAW
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OPPICK 0 Main Street, over Plocnm'. Dnrg"
Trj7Prompt attention given to Collectlon..cTrI
Office In the Glesy Bnlldina;s, West of
Ilorklna Valley Banhu. i
Ootcbor-JiilSeO 'J0K '