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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaS a test Jii sift t tip a in. Sfiflh5lfinaba�i is democratic primciplx8 crash to we a a we. M. Bbe8lint editor and. Proprietor Lebanon a. Wednesday october 7, js63. The preservation of the Constitution. A it he restoration of the Union. And the super Minaey of the Laws. Democratic state governor Geo w. Woodward of Luzerne. For judge of the supreme Cut Urt Walter Hil Owsie of Allegheny. Sitf senator. O Aniel. Do Boas a it of Dauphin county. A Assembly. A Henry Heilman jr.,. N. Lebanon township. Recorder and clerk Quarter see a it is. William b. Kreider a a drywall. I Register a John p. Umberger a. Lebanon. Clerk of the orphans go dirt Hiram p. Seibert Jackson. Treasurer. William shirk Lebanon. Commissioner Jacob Alber Bethel. Dir evors of the poor Joseph Snavely 3 yrs n. Lebanon township. Rudolph Herr p2 yrs North Annville. A auditor a a Christian Hoffer Londonderry. A election on tuesday Oether 13th, 1888 judge Pearson a charge. Be amp or a a no m me on this pub a eject. Men have the most unlimited right to condemn and if you please Rahatt the National administration and object to the manner in which it conducts Public affairs but not to decry the which we live or express Hopes or wishes for a dissolution of the Union Quot the destruction or defeat of our armies the Success of the rebels or 6t the rebellion. A the arminia Trotton he May entirely condemn the government he is hound to support. Parties will always exist in every free country and whether men will sustain or oppose h particular administration is one in which there a held Over be the most perfect Freedom of opinion but no Man or set of men has any right natural or political to overturn the a government itself. He Iff bound to support and sustain it. Let who will administer its affairs until the ruler can be changed under1 the provisions of the Constitution. Theft certainly can be no diff Curty with persons of Ordinary intelligence drawing the dist Tiellon Between sustaining the government itself a and Feu staining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs. The Quot latter is a question of party the former of patriotism,.�?� us those woo i a Sythe soldiers of the army of the Potomac who accompanied Mcclellan in the Peninsular Campaign and fought at Williamsburg fair Oaks and the seven Days Battles before Richmond those who fought again and were victorious under their loved Leader Mcclellan at Antietam will please remember when they go to vote next tuesday thata govt rior Curtin a was one of the conspirators who met at Altoona immediately after the Battle of Antietam and urged upon the president the removal Sof general Mcclellan. A a a a a a for they effected their object and a few Days after Mcclellan was removed and Burnside appointed in his steal. A Mcclellan a soldiers Shoi ild remember this and vote accordingly. 05&Quot let the people remember that when the next draft is made it will probably take every Man of the first class and a portion of the a every Man enrolled Between 20 and 35 and single men tip to 45 will be required As Well As Many of those who Are married and who Are Between 35 and 45 every vote Given for Curtin is a vote for the prolongation of the War and for the site draft of "�0,000 Fen / ass Noua Day passes Bat we hear of Mefi in this county who Dro disgusted with Curtin and the whole abolition Crew and who will a for the first time in their lives vote with the democrats f West. Tuesday. The chairman of a the abolition a state committee says they Are a a ignore t Farmers mechanics and Labouring a men of the Interior counties a but ithe know a thing or. Two that will make Wayne Mcveigh open his eyes about next wednesday morning. Let Aniel d. Boas our candidate for the state Senate is a lumber merchant of Harrisburg and is in every particular a most excellent Man a reliable Democrat and a valuable citizen. We could not have a better candidate. He will poll an enormous vote Fin Dauphin a Putty a and we bespeak for a him a heavy vote in this county. His a prospects for Abele Tion Are of the most battering , it a what Thi Lebanon courier to Otto act q3f governor Curtin Xii on the 30th of May 1861, the Lebanon courier the abolition Organ of this county contained the allowing article Denun Chatory of governor Curtin and the outrages upon our soldiers. Is it not astounding that notwithstanding the denunciations then expressed against governor Curtin by a paper that bad aided in his election it should now be one of the staunch est advocates of the same Man Quot bind Stop at nothing to induce the people to vote for him and maintain him in a position which he disgraces. It May not be improper to state that shortly after this scathing rebuke of a gov. Curtin Quot the courier commenced to a draw it its horns a As the saying Island by the time its editor Quot was appointed superintendent of state printing by govt Curtin it was ready notwithstanding that a its own Honfi Bilenec in gov. Curtin was not unbounded a to shout Hosanna to him and Aid in his nomination and election. Quot was that office the milk in the Cocoa nut that effected the a change ? from the Lebanon Conner of May 30, 1861. Great wrongs against our soldiers and our state it is with much regret that we feel impelled by a duty we owe our soldiers our state and integrity to divert attention from the great object on which the Eye and the heart of every Patriot is now fixed the vindication of our nationality and refer to Villa inies a which Are outrages upon our soldiers and which cast reproach and shame upon our Commonwealth. A glorious patriotism has been kindled in the hearts of the people of this state by assaults from treason upon the integrity of our government and they Are ready to make any sacrifices and endure any privations necessary for the vindication of governmental supremacy but amid these virtuous and Loyal feelings come creeping in with All the sinuosity and slime of the Ever a cursed a amp Preot from wicked mercenaries the infernal lust for gain and the mean do to a Roii Inatio to most say red cause that Ever Der. Eil in sted the fealty of men most be used by Blaek heir red sebum Idreis and thieves Tuffil the , though it be done by robbing the poor Soldier who offers his life in his country a defence. A few words of explanation will be necessary to enlighten our readers on the great wrongs that have been committed against our soldiers and against our state. Our state legislature made the most Liberal provisions for equipping and putting in the Field a military Force that would Hon Ono it Commonwealth and the Money tor this purpose was placed at the disposal of governor Curtin. The to the party Wirich we uphold and whose principles we advocate we re ply that As the Corker Stone of our party is integrity in office holders we recognize no Man As belonging to it who has violated this fur Ida Tantal Plank in our Faith and we consider the scoundrels who Bave robbed the soldiers As outside of the Pale of our party let them Call themselves what they May and shall treat them As political enemies now and forever. Bad men must not be allowed to use party let the soldiers turn remember that go minor Curtin next tuesday was one of the men that conspired a a ready to fight another Battle for the out. Election. Be abolition outrages i 18 against gen. Mcclellan to effect his removal from the army of the Potomac. That these conspirators were in session about the same time that Mcclellan was fighting the Battle of Antietam organizations to shield then from the sex that they were intriguing politically Nam to Quot fort a of a a a Funti i. _ _ a a a a. R t _ a. Posture and punishment to which their evil deeds justly subject them and upon a free press rests the duty of sounding the alarm when the people Are wronged and betrayed. We shall not. Ail in doing our share to tear the livery of a virtuous party from any of its pretending leaders who betray the Confidence reposed in them and who have no higher Ait i than their own enrichment and aggrandize my Rit and when this a look is. Torn off we shall Call Tiff a to of a people to meet out to the a Fen Der the retribution they de serve a Ven it it require an sex Post Facto Lavi to a cover their cases. When he was fighting patriotically and that they succeeded in their schemes and bad him removed a few Days after that Battle. If they Are Fri Ted of Mcclellan they cannot vote for Curtin his enemy. A i How soldiers vote. We were shown letter yesterday written by a member of the 84th regiment Penn vols., at Camp near Culpepper va., Quot the soldiers a or 3, 1863, which st should remember that among is a the a Ltd pop i of the most bitter and abusive ene. Men that a vote was recent Fries that gen. Mcglellan a to taken for governor and that has in this state is the of the 300 voted for judge courier. It has left no opportune i Fob Ward. It further states to unimproved to decry him. It that a nearly All the Pennsylvania now wants to Curry favor with the troops in our army a jeeps Are for ofmccleha�?o�?1the s0l Woodward a the letter was i mob and induce them to vote for ctr Itin Quot his deadliest in or Utica % Daniel Oberly to is Emy. It does not say anything brother Amos of this Borough against Mcclellan now because and can be seen by any it wants the votes of his friends for this shows How the feeling is in Curtin but it is Well enough to let the army and although smothered the soldiers know what it did say generally will sometimes come in its Issue of 30th of april last. To the knowledge of the Public. It then contained the following a article editorially a a. Amp a a a a void it for gen. Hooker s evidence before the the democratic meeting in Cornwall congressional commit Eaon the conduct editor advertiser a Large and of the War has been published and Isa enthusiastic meeting of the demo most damaging expose of the want of Ca crafts of Cornwall township was held parity and earnestness of gen. Mcclellan at the Public House of Joseph Bow it goes to show what unprejudiced men Man on saturday evening. Hon. Have for months said that gen. Mcclellan myer and gen. Of m. H. Mil a at the head of the army was the wrong Ler owing to difficulties Over which Man for the place. Gen. Hookers Testi they Lead no control were not in at Mohy is and Fraik. In Teri Davice. J the meeting Howe Fer speaking of the a failure of the plan insula was ably addressed by Dri do Wees 61 Campaign lid by so a Lido riot h is Itaf to . Lri or Intfen rut. Fir did say that it is to be t8"the want Lii go a and me Lars. Is do dam arid a Wei of generalship on the part of our Comman Quot Der a Mcclellan lost time before York town Bele Guering a few Hundred of the enemy a when he should have marched right past them and when our army did Advance he remained far in the rear states which a amps been of Igray feed into the frigid Tive Siplive Law,1 providing for the return of fugitives from labor who Are negroes. But a these same men Gutib at the Opportunity a go a resting a worn out Soldier who fits left hib regiment arid of turned to his. A qty. A bit la Merly make a and that is that the friends of Liberty in this county do their whole duty. Cornwall. In my a in is a or Ward of on e of l Uncle Sam s All Creon backs overcome his conscience where a White Man is in the Case. Forth e for its dle of Lebanon. A the Rio a die Nee was by the different speakers fair about three hours and the attention which the people Psid to the several address pcs is a in eve Secco of the interest Felt in Curri Waffor the Suc showing a a great indisposition Kio go Cess of Democrat in principles and the Forward a although apportion of the army Complete overthrow of the fanatics was engaged in a hot at Williams now in Power. When reference was bring a several Misti his Advance. This made to gen Mcclellan it elicited Battle was fought and won without him thunders of applause which proves and the rebels then expected an Ira med to the soldiers that the Only friends of ate March into Richmond and Hooker that Brave general and Patriot Are the thinks we could have gone into the rebel democrats. After the speakers had capital the second Day after that Battle concluded three cheers were Given for without firing another gun. Woodward Lowrie and the Flag scores of similar articles Abt three for a Little Mac a and three live of Geri. Mcclellan can be a a a ref a a or. I Helm of the harder n i i Yoni Minry of Oor Waii Are Earnest or found m the courier. atting in the cause of juju Iii and will astonish the people of i our 1 hat s How Bor Crogh by the rousing Biajo r to they Thuro Are some men of the Aioli or Dir candidates for gov Tion ref Halican parity who profess to Supre Rad judge and the whole i have a holy horror of the provision Dot Martic ticket. The democrats Datura deduction from these facts in the a const ution of the United of the a township have one request to would be a tha of we Havo such a Force in service., but such is not the Case. It is True we have As Gallant arid True men in the Field As volunteers As Ever went Forth to Battle but their condition makes them objects of pity to their friends and derision for their enemies. Instead of being to firmed like soldiers from other states they have been provided with clothing fit Only for criminals and paupers and which affords them but Little Protection against the a weather and not much a More Quot against vhf Ayiotis of decency. Tefr uniforms eem to have Bee in made Quot to it of the cheapest and meanest stuff that cd had be obtained and got of in Sujlo it would scarcely allow them to hold Quot together until they were put on. With a few Days Wear these i forms go to Peces and our Brave sold tis Bave been compelled Toff Isten to such reflections upon to a in As a a Tbs Rie Are st me of the ragged Tho Over eos to Furnis bed we a re informed on a reliable authority were of As Manj colors As the coat Quot of Joseph and if put on by our men would have made them look More like procession of an assemblage of circus clowns than a body of armed troops. These overcoats they positively refused to receive. The uniforms provided for them we Are assured could be bought for two and a half dollars Riach yet Foo soldiers were charged some seventeen dollars each for them ail this difference going into Tbs a hands of plundering contractors and their accomplices the clothing dwindle a extended it seems in a somewhat modified form to provisions and the state has been made suffer to a Large amount by improper contracts for rations amp a. That these outrages should arouse the deepest indignation among at honest peo a ple cognizant of them May Well be Iraa Gineff and a demand is breaking out for an a a Post re and punishment of the a guilty parties that shall at once be a just retribution on Quot them and a terror to others who May contemplate like Rascal ties. But the question is asked who is guilty we answer upon gov. Curtin must rest the responsibility unless he can show that he has been betrayed and dec ived by men in whom he has placed Confidence and unless he will Aid in bringing them to punishment he most Bear the shame and take the responsibility. We have before Felt that gov. Curtin was surrounded by bad influences. Many of his confidantes have been men for whose integrity we had no respect and who have shown themselves willing to join any party where they could carry out their selfish and dishonourable purposes and As men Are very properly judged by their associations our Confidence in Wiir governor has not been unbounded. It May be thought that we should not thus speak of men who profess to belong Pollock. On saturday took occasion to impress upon Tho people that the democrats were the a fuse the tree Iesso Fitze Volar item a of late. This he Driows to tie false. If it were so How does it happen frat Tho about Oniss a re just As lobe to vol Unter As any others r we will Tell him what was the Zaitse. The Nigger a proclaim nations of president Lincoln. Lilo removal of Mcclellan Fiona u e comi nil of in a army q and the change of Tho object of the War from a contest Quot for the Constitution the Union. And the enforcement of Thola ivs to a War for Theof the roes to knows this to to so but to tried to. Blindfold people. We see that the soldiers in the army from Pennsylvania Are being so Rit Lime of a Twenty Days furlough so As to enable them to exercise tire right of suffrage. This is right and we Are glad to a fee it. Owing to the constitutional requirements of this state they can not vote in the Field Aud a Fence they should he Given the Opportunity to vote at their Homes if the exigencies of the service permit it. We Trust that no discrimination is made in regard Quot to the politics of those sent Hitoe but that All fire give i the Opportunity alike. Quot we have no fear whatever of the vote of the rank and file of the soldiers from Pennsylvania. Negroes is. Friend just from Washington City says an Exchange informs us that the other Day two White men carpenters were discharged from work on the Capitol Extension and two Buck niggers Pui. In their places 1 White working men can you support an administration and its candidates by voting for Curtin after such Acta As a soldiers voice. A letter written to or. Henry by or. Smith Beers la up Blidan flow in my As a Soldier has been a aided to As for publication length and the crowded sulfite of of columns at Tho time of its reception prevent this hut we make the following emphatic extract Frohn it to wit Quot Bro nor Shaffer exhort every Democrat to go to the polls this fall a and do with a Sliu for on the exertions of the dem ii Aey depends the Fate a four although riot elect a president Friis fall yet we a acct a governor who May told old a�5e and his Cabinet in Check until to can get add mtg cratic president reinstated. Then we May Hope that Tho government will be resuscitated arid the old Constitution will again be the supreme Law of the land. May god bless the democrats and give Ihm gob a Success arid May they yet succeed in saving the gov eminent is a since re prayer of a sol Dier. _ a a a Noble words fitly Spoeri Good old cause. Let All who Are opposed to the purchasing of 4,000,000 of negroes in the South torn out. Let All who Are in favor of White menus rights and interests turn out. 05 the rebels claim that their loss at the late great Battle near Chattanooga is Only 12,000, while ours is 28,000. We claim to have lost 13,800 and that the rebel loss is 20,000. A _ horrid. Two soldiers of Quot the 2d Rhode Island regiment were lately executed in Thibodeaux Ville la., for objecting not refusing to be consolidated with the 1st Louisiana Nigger regiment. Can a More infamous outrage be conceived. For the advertiser. Who conceded the right of secession a. Bujack it Cox a. Lincoln a secessionist editor advertiser a As the loyalty of the democrats is so often impugned i think it appropriate of commit a few remarks to paper defending them from these abolition is there a Democrat in the North who has conceded the right of secession ? is ther a Democrat in the North who has furnished encouragement to the rebels in their mad scheme of secession ? is there a democratic congressman in the North who has proposed to recognize the Independence of the Southern confederacy a no no tone. Now i shall take the trouble of risking these a a Loyal leeches a few pertinent questions at the same time answering them. Is there an abolitionist in the North who has conceded the right of secession and encouraged the rebels in their attempt at dissolution yes Abraham Lincoln who declared fifteen years ago that a any people anywhere being inclined and having the Power have the right to Rise up and shake off the existing a Covern meet Quot and form a new one that a a is there an abolition congressman in the North who has4 proposed to recognize the Independence of the South yes m. D. Convay of Kansas. Who and Yisco us to a tear it che a Oris Titu a ion a in pieces and make it better a Wendell of file lips. _ who took him by the hand in the sails of the Capitol ? Hann Baij Hamlin Tyiee president of the United Stales. Who declared our Flag a a flaunting lie a Horace Greeley whose paper is read by Many Curtin men of this by Ringh. Finally what is the object of the abolition party of to Driy according to we Loyd Garrison ? Quot a a the dissolution of the Union and the abolition of slavery throughout the land Quot. How to you like the Pic. Ture anti abolition. How it works we were told a Day ago of six republicans in one House not Mote than three Miles from Lebanah who never voted a democratic ticket heretofore but who intend commencing this fall by voting for Woodward and Thea site be Dezii Ontic ticket they have abundant reasons for their intentions. Figgs tickets Are printed and ready for distribution and can be had at the acl Vertise and Waberer demo Krait a flies. Juthe a intelligence Ana i03 Altys of Lebanon county held a a grand mass convention in Lebanon on saturday last. It was addressed by sex Goye Rhor Pollock and a or. Mint Gumery. They had a goodly Nam by re of horses vehicles and boys in Thrisi i rdc so ion but the number 6f voters shared up from All the districts of this county and Dauphin county a a ight have numbered 700 to 800. To was a slim affair for the great blowing and extraordinary Exerie ofis that had been made. The drafted men Are to be used for filling up imperfect regiments and companies Row in the Field and consequently a dozen White conscripts May be used to fill out a negro company and any objections on the part of the Whites will be met by instant execution As was the Case recently in Louisiana where two Rhode Island soldiers were shot for objecting to be mixed into a Nigger regiment. All these will you consent to be superseded by Macks in your daily Avoca a a ,. Tons when you have it in your votes j these acts Are to be approved or to prevent it a a a a Quot Quot a disapproved next tuesday. Pollock professed to have been a Democrat on saturday when he made his Quot speech feat is one of the games of the abolitionists now. They All profess to have been some Quot time or other democrats. Their associations politically have been so bad All their lives that they new Are stealing the livery of heaven to serve the Devil in. But Pollock a Democrat done to everybody remember that years ago he was elected to Congress by the whigs and More recently governor of Pennsylvania by the know nothings Over that pure demote nit Quot and Good Man William wonder that he is not Ashanti red to a talk so broke Down the speakers platform at the abolition meeting on saturday broke Down j ast As the meeting was being organized. It was an Omen of what will happen to the whole party next tuesday. They will come Down smash. 03�?o president Lincoln is a southerner mrs. Lincoln is a southerner her Brothers Are southerners and of filers in the rebel army Alt their relatives Are southerners and interested in the rebel cause their feelings sympathies and affections Are All Southern and hence the propriety of the charge that they Are All Dis unionists May be seen at a glance. -----1 a it pm i i a Ftp a new party has just come into existence in this county. It professes great love of country urges a More vigorous prosecution of the War and talks a great Deal about fighting for the Union patriotism copperheads &c., and then turns around Trieb to raise a fund of Money to bribe men to Safiy at Home to vote for Curtin Cole Man contracts amp co. They Lucre the exempts patriots. The democrats attempted to bore a meeting in Fredericksburg on saturday evening last when it was so interfered with by the abolitionists that it was obliged to adjourn. The first word that was said by the speakers was received with yells from the opposition which were kept up for some time when finding that they could not Bellow Down the speakers the commenced throwing the democrats deserve great credit for the patience with which they bore these outrages and because a riot and broken Heads was not the result is not the fault of the abolitionists. They gave sufficient provocation. The democrats never disturb their meetings but we have scarcely held a meeting this fall that has not been interfered with by them. The conduct of the abolitionists is indicative of the party that assumes to itself All the a decency intelligence and loyalty of Lebanon county. Quot far the advertiser. Importance of the coming election. Woodward a despotism. Editor advertiser while our Brave soldiers Are fighting the rebels in arms it becomes All lovers of their country to Rajiya to the defence of the great Demoe Ratie party and overthrow that a a disloyal organization known As the abolition party. The treason of this organization is so Manifest that there is Sercely a Day passes by but what we have a demonstration of their desire to erect upon the Rains of a broken Constitution a military despotism worse than the austrian Yoke of tyranny and oppression. Democrats whose whole life has been devoted to the canse of american Liberty Are not secure in their person or property arid Are liable at any moment to be taken from their Homes with the object of incarceration in some loathsome Dungeon. Abolitionists whose career is marked with hostility to our glorious government Are left undisturbed in their expressions of disloyalty and treason. Wendell a Phillips who declared in a speech a year ago that he a a Laboured for Nineteen years to destroy this Union a is Laben Rit the hand by the friends of the administration a while Yal Landig Baro who Bias not uttered a word of tres3on, is banished from his native state to a hostile clime without due process of Law. And a i this is done under the garb of loyalty. The democratic parly is accused by the minions of Quot the administration As sympathising with the rebellion and favouring a recon Iun of the South which every one knows who is acquainted with the history of that party is a malicious falsehood. No party has been More Trpe in their Devotion to the interests of feet government than the democratic party and to Day it is the Only Unior party in the country. Had the teachings and admonitions of Tho democracy been heeded this Crimiel work of Carriage would never have been inaugurated and we would now have extended Over us the wings of peace. Fanaticism triumphed and with that Triumph we Are involved in civil War the termination of which god Only knows. Democrats and conservatives arise in your might and teach demagogues and traitors North and South that the a Union must and shall be preserved a a our Only Hope is the Success of the democracy on the 13lh of october and in the election of a sound democratic president in 1864�?say Geo. By Mcclellan. Union a abolition lists reported o the county that Butler was to a pm Filliat Lebanon that myer so re use Tufis to make a speech for. The amp and dozens of other stories to go to big attendance at their convention. Tkv Quot Mountain was in Grid at Labdor Andt produced a a Yery . Dawson Coleman candidate for the legislature in the abolition ticket a few weeks ago subscribed $500 to induce men to Volunteer. A few Days ago he headed a list with a subscription of 8106 to induce men to stay at Houie. All is done with the expectation of making votes and obtaining office and in the Effort consistency Honor patriotism and every other Virlio 7s Jil aced out of sight. The Central club of Lebanon was addressed on wednesday eve Ning last by our candidate for a clerk of the orphan a court Hiram p. Quot Seibert of Jackson. Or. S. Madea very 1appy a Drese arid was listened to attentively. Avery appropriate address was also delivered by John Harbeson. A a a r a it mme the tonnage tax so Iidle a payers of Lebanon county have an account to Settle with gov. Tin. The legislature of this state 1861, released by Law the i rail Road company from the pay tonnage tax which deprived the of a just Revenue to the amount of three Hundred thousand dollars a nay More at that time the rail owed the state seven Hundred Thoa. Dollars for the two previous years the legislature in a Section of the s Bill repeating the tonnage tax w out this debt so by this one act legislature which was then of a two thirds Republican i. _ both houses the state sustained of the tonnage tax then am 8300,000 a year it would be a you Curin Pennsylvania Quot payment of a state some year Road thousand tax. Same ipod of the composed majority in 1 amounting million year by this time and also the $700,000 that was due her 1 a Curtin engineered this Plu Bui through the legislature and is signature to it. Remember facts people of Lebanon when you vote on the 13th inst. This plundering irn -1___. Placed these Goto let tie people Kihei Fifer that it was an abolition fion Graffr that passed the draft Bill that it was an abolition presiden who signed it is the abolition party that approve of it that governor Curtin is cd favor of it that the draft offices is Are ail abolitionists a 1 a a. That it affords them �mpjf6ya��snt and Good wages and a the sooner they can Proi Avo prother draft to be made the bettors Fliey will like it. Loves labor lost Thea Iol zionists had almost every it Esq stable sconce Box and free in town pasted with electioneering documents on saturday last. If they intended to afflict the Reading of them upon their funereal delegations it certainly was labor lost for they were too cheerless and dispirited to engage in the Reading of. Any such such awful productions. M m 03�?o notwithstanding the i clemency of the weather a very handsome meeting was held at the Public House of William Obi Wein in Jackson township on Friday evening last. The. Meeting was addressed by Henry geese of Myers town and William Carver of Fredericksburg in the Ger. Men and by Hiram p. Seibert our candidate for clerk of the orphans court in the English language. The democracy of Jackson Are fully alive to the importance of the election of the democratic ticket and will give a Good account of themselves next tuesday. Hurrah for Cornwall i the abolitionists of Cornwall township brought in a to a men. Dous delegation to the abolition a. A a mass convention on bad 4 Large teams with 6 and 8 horses apiece the whole conveying 18 republicans All our neighbor Dundore closed up the procession with his Hearse. It was a solemn affair. They must have weak horses in Cornwall when it takes nearly two of them to drag one Republican to their meetings. Cornwall is a going to disk Point somebody next tuesday. I 03�?o political preaching is Rampart just now in this Section among a Cei it Tain class of men who Are serving the Devil under disguise of clerical Robes. A certain preacher in this county who has been shouting for the War to go on and top the Fig facing while be himself would stay at Home was is rafted last week and is so far consistent that he is now still unwilling to go and Benee is scouring the county collecting Money to pay the 8300 exemption. He recently made a speech in Fredericksburg to the infinite disgust of his hearers. It strikes us that such canting patriots and abolitionists ought either to go and fight or hold their tongues. I compare your tickets let All the tickets w compared with Yhu a a a sets in our democratic tickets May he printed with two or three of the names left out. Watch this carefully. 03�?o the abolitionists made a great Parade of vice president Stephens Union speech on saturday. They forgot to add that when this same Good Union secessionist attempted to get to Washington a few weeks ago for the purpose of treating for peace that he was snubbed by old Abe and not allowed to come. Us a amp it a the advertiser. A a a Ditota a i notice in the Cour Ier of last week a fabrication of the basest kind in which it says the a a copperheads formed an organization to evade the draft and All Subh that had paid in their fifty dollars would be defrauded out of it. I Wonodi say that the courier forgot to mention that the abolitionists have also an organization of the same kind and that one of Tho proprietors of that lying Sheet was the prime mover and getter up of that institution. That the first named club promised to guarantee them again is the draft or that they would receive $300-is untrue. The courier meant the organization got up by their own As they returned $50 to one of its members simply because he got draft amp one of them. If you want a negro eat Al a a vote for Curtin. V ��3? if you want hard times to a atm be vote for Curtin. A a a you want the country to go to the Devil vote for Curtin. A we a want to def at a pure up right and honest Man vote for Curtin. Ofsan Luucy Wai get t0 crash out a11 he a by of ending this War vote for Curtin if you want to elect a sycophantic Anart Junor nch pled demagogue fax a a a f you want to elect the Slen a vote for Woodward. In Fate you re Ere the Constitution o our fathers vote for Woodward. Want to give a death blow to abolition Nigger ism vote for Wood Quot Ward. A Lyou want the Union restored As our fathers made it vote for Wood Ward. Wood zip if you have any regard for the welfare of your posterity vote for Wood. Prs it tor3bt peace p1enty and Sass is m to

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