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Wednesdoj-,' Oct. tl.'flr.
STIIJL-JiOVSi-J . BCnOL-HOl-M:sr
Hon. Geo. V. Lawrenoe, ever a
thorn in Democracy's sMo, lias opened
tho wound nfi-csh, mid, according to
the last issue of the Messenger, has
forever placed a barrier between him-
" -If and, his constituents of tills coun
iy. Soe in what he has offended :
"At a Radical laortiiig in Lawrence
villa, Allegheny county, Pa.; on the
evening of the 2-tth nit., George V.
wrene", member of Congress from
this district, was present and in the
course of his remarks, ofl'ered a gross
nnd gratuitous insult to 'the people of
Greene county. XIr,
Lawrence said :
"Go into Greene county ? and you
will find somcthintr to cut' if von are
hungry, nnd something to .drink if
you are dry, for there are plenty of
still-nouses in that locality, (laughter,)
and it is upon such as that the Democ
racy depends. Tliey pay but little
attention to education there, and in
such places the Democrats have a ma
jority. This is the case in reference to
the low places in New York city, nnd
in other localities. Whore you find
ignorance and crime you find Demo
crats." Without attempting to apologize fur,
or, in any way screen Mr. Lawrence,
for this censuro upon the intelligence
of our citizen, wo cannot but express
our supriso at the furore seemingly ex
cited in the breast of our "chaste"
neighbor. Why docs he take up the
gauntlet so readily, in this instance,
in dc-fenco of the character and learn
ing of Greene, county? Mr. Law-j
rence but gave expression to the senti
ment which this would-be vindicator,
and his parly, have all along labored
to impress upon the public abroad.
They arc champions of dill-houses and
the cneinie of school-house They
are ever r.aily with a word of com
fort fur the illicit distiller, hut let a
Bohojl-teaclicr oileud their sensri of i
propriety, and immediately they put
in hiotion a vicious go-rounder intend-
dd to durn.'i.i'e him and his profession.
Tf the render-- of tlu Mwspr haven't
bad lucinoriw', they will readier t -n
recent nrlit-lc upvii the College Com
mencement., noticed by us before. Tlii
w.is noticed eb" where, n Demo-vatic
exchange, of nn adjoining countv,
seized it :ts n munH of hnfe nt'ninst
tie, onlW.r.-nrnt-, aWt j
of our county-ami S:..ve .1 t..e f IU- ,
lnc- irratUllOUs notice : :
IViuticat. ( 'oi.t.Knr.. The com-1 Dcmocoicy to reclaim New YnrkJVom
menccrjierit i-xon-ii-. of V.'iiviiesburg misrule and corrnptioii, as the . tiist
(Oreena county.! College came oil' J;it i to( tolho restoration of the Union
week. The M wengrr informs us that j and cnu.-tilut-ional (Joverunient; the
the moet of the exercises on tile oca-! demanding economy ot'iiiliuiiiistratiun;
pioti were mnu "pvfitimf harrangites !'' ! lio:ic:y.in thu colleetion, and appliea
The same pater adils: "Too manv of j timi of the revenues, and equably of
Mil literary institutions of our country taxation and currency for the benelit
':"(, being marie the hot bods of Kadi'- of the peojdc; denouncing the eflbrts of
'ism. and perhaps non': mon so than the Kepiililican party to retain the
i tile institution rt tins pkv?.
'. !us is the opinion of our institu-
.'ions t!.a,. they would have circulated
bro.id "tittff l'' Now, we ask our
readers, and tho readers of the
scngcr, in all candor, isn't there a vast
d'ea! of dissimulation in their defence
of your intelligence aud morality?
They would disable your institutions
of learning and at the same time repel
an assult mxni your intelligence I The
hungry jwok that thus assails your
aommon sense should be taught better I
Our choloric, but "exquisite" neigh
bor,, over the way, must have taken
an emetic last week and thrown up
nearly all the "nigger" he had on his
etoniach. We hope he feels relieved,
although we haven't tho- least doubt
but he will be seized with another at
tack before the holidays are passed.
To our assertion that the question rests
solely -with the Stales, and that Con
gress never signified its intention of
forcing it upon, the people by word or
act,.he replies, "does the Republican
pretend to sr.y that Mr, Rumntr did
not offer a bill in Congress, at the la.-t
eovsion, to establish negro suffrage
throughout the Northern States ?" He
did, but is Mr, Sumner the Congress
of the United States nnd was his bill
not only rejectm! by Congress but re-
jiudiatcd by the leading liepublicans of
tltchtndf' No, it was our neighbor's
desiro to enforce the conviction upon
the people that the present canvass in
volved the issue of negro suffrage rind
trusting to the credulity of its readers
to make political capital. Would it
not bo as well, now that the election is
over, to relieve vour conscience and
make an nek nowicdgincnt ?;';!
CiiNUGO has, been decided on as
the place for holding the' National
Republican Convent iqu.,. f The time
for it ; has . not . yet been fixed.
General Grant is . oportcd . to, have
aid that, alllwvgli not willing 'to be
acajididate'for.the Presidency, !'ifU
should be thwill of Proj idenoe and
the desire of .the American people that
he shouVl Jc. president, t he would not
feal at Jiberty to resist the onie nor di-
appej&t the other." He wiU be-all.-,
M b t9"go up higher"Bd he'll go I
vanecnientofthcage. Garibaldi, at the
request of the Pope has been placed in
arrest by the French Emperor, nnd it
appears to bo the signal for a general
uprising of his followers. It is stated
that the Italian Government will Au-niak
no assistance to the Vapal power for
the suppression of nn insurrection'.
This insures the downfall of this dy
nasty. The insurgents have defeated
theloyal troops in nn engagement intlie
pro vi nee of Viterbo.. Warm work and
startling results arc expected.'..' ;! "
'.' ... . i. .Hi I.X.- ! 1.. K
Mrs. Lijwolx, has scandlized her
self in the eyes of the American People,
by offering her wardrobe, presents from
friends valued at ?2 4,0 00, at auction.
She represents that ingratitude and
necessity compels it. Her broker in
New York raised but two hundred dol
lars from the sale last Saturday. The
people were disgusted nnd slow to pur
chase. She returns to Chicago evidently
satisfied that she has not benefited her
self nor gained an enviable position in
the popular mind.
"Scxset''Cox,px -Congressman from
Ohio, and every where n recognized
leader of Democracy, opposes the pro
position of paying the National debt
in paper. There will beagreat dif
ference among Democrats on this ques
The present arrangement of the
mails is such that we cannot delay pub-
ieation for tho returns of the election.
We niiullglve t!teina.s complete as pos
sible in our next issue. Our "rooster"
has illumed himself for the oceaion!
TtTR Legislature of Tennessee met
on last Monday. Thcelccioa of Gov.
Brownlow to the United States Senate
is generally conceded. A sweet plum
for Andrew .Johnson!
F.i.ias llowK, Jn., inventor of
sewing machines, died at Brooklyn
NV.v York, Thursday night, the '3rd
Yam-vsiiioiiam has declared
! himself a candidate fr the. United
States Senate, which in a good thing
for the Kcpuhlicans of Oiiioi
SiDW vh:k Vl A i E.
' 'i'-.i'lli M Xouiliialcil.
M y .,l1ie
pun-nili.; convention met this innrn-
in mill missr.! l-..-;.ilMli,in.i nloiViiiir tlio I
power it has usurped by establishing
negro supremacy in thcnoiith. iv mil
itnry force, and disfranchisement oftho
whites, as an outrage on Democratic
principles, and an attempt to under
mine and destroy the Republic; stigma
tizing the refusal to submit the ques
tion of negro suffrage to the people as
a cowardly evasion of the Republicans
that incapacity, corruption, ligislative
degrcdation and revenue demoriliza
tion is proof that tho Republicans are
incapable of governing the country call
ing on the Federal Government to en-,
lbrce the doctrine that adopted citizens
arccntitled to protection opposing the
the Excise Law and urging its repeal
and winding up with thanks to thesol
dicrs and sailors.
The following ticket was nominated.
For Secretary of Stale, Homer A. Nel
son, of Dutchess; Comptroller, Judge
W. F. Allen, of Oswego; Treasurer,
II. Bristol, of Tioga; Attorney Gen
eral, M. B. Champlain, of Alleghany;
Richmond, of Wayne; Stato Prison
Inspector, Solomon Schcn, of Erie;
Canal Commissioner, John D. Fray,
ofGenessee; Judge of Court of Ap
peals, Martin G rover, of Alleghany.
The Republican, Jsey York State
Convention met at Syracuse, Wednes
day the 2 3th, and nominated Gen.
McKcan, of Saratoga, for Secretary of
Stiito; Calvan T. Hubbard, of St.
Lawrence, Comptroller; Geu T; , C.
Gates, of Ulster,. . State Treasurer;:
Judge YancoX, of Kings, Attorney
General. The platform embraces an
affirmation of impartial suffrage, a
strongly-worded protest agaiust mal
administration and corruption , in the
affairs of the State,, and uu emphatic
declaration in support of Congress and
its policy. Recognition is given to
the services of Union soldiers, and the
official conduct of Mr... Stanton. And
thanks arc accorded to 1 Gov. Fcnton
and Senators Morgan aud Conklin.
A resolution was alao'adopted favora
ble to a modification of the Excise and
Sunday Laws. .-
C. V Culver, of Reuo; Pa., form
erly member of Congresj, whose failure
for $4,000,000 caused such commotion,
has been fully , released by all the
Court, aud .with.-heroic .purpose liars
consu mated a plan to settle hisoebu and
placet bis railroad schemes ill living
condition again.,. -t, .
The largesteirculatioli .among jiive
nlle papers, not'grafuitously circulated,1
is enjoyed. bytliiXwiMji Csmmriion,
paper start4 by. 1 annv.Fer'Vs- fath-
: 1 iLJ.i:.ii.l j.i pijoiiwr vvima. biuk n umw iu iu l- ..Y i i ' I J T-i . r .i 1 I: :s . ?l . "... VI"' n'7T: VI'i'
iiik "cik.-:hu nm liinii una au- (, -, . ,... , v-..-. tt.i .v. .. n a y ieM vm itk5;ci.-.,ni twaxus aim oiiu iv-Dae;kiin,ecnsi'nin VjO TA. WIlrlUinarrl,
r- r ' , i JL .rtj,' w,.i . I .( . . T ,f . I I . t . ' t
XtiisAh wbjiwytiwiilf lf kiiAypfrvc
Haltimoi'e- list week, but it wa not
presented Ixx-ause of the uTisence of
the person to whom, it was. al(rgsse.lj.
The following is the' ctmeluMing por
tion thereof ! - . ,x i . .
publican vernment.--lr'-tw411Janui: aud-Uouo of tho-rcbeLi..iuto
which enfranchises bvthetensof thou-
t;mds every man- who bora-arms to
destroy the nation;' nnd along with
them every rann who took ofiicial al
legiance to so-ealll - EiHernment,
which could onlv exist on the ruins of
the Kepublic, and fit tho sniuo-time
disfrnnehise- by theteiWof thousands
other men who aro free citizens' of the
United Staites ana unmisiakably loyal;
if such a Nttito hns a Republican gov
ern mcnti I wonld like some learned
jurist to inform ns what would bo an
If a State whoro loyalty is made
odious and devotion to the Union in
itB darkest hours of trial is punished
by ostracism, outrage nnd dishonor,
and the bitterest enmity and bloody
hostility to the Republic is the surest
passport to social distinction, to pul
lic honor and to official trust, if that
kind of government is tho one that
the United States is to guarantee, nnd
that means, to secure, to cudnrsc, to
protect, our .Revolutionary lathers
must have sadly misunderstood the
meaning of the language they placed
so solemnly nnd emphatically in the
Constitution. I will not insult their
memories by believing it. I have the
fullest, faith in that Congress which
has dared to defy the rebel hate and
executive obloquy, and believe they
will not allow such conduct to go un
rebuked. It is their duty' to protect
loyal men even-where, mid they will
doit. Sneered at nnd denounced fir
sending investigating -committees
South when the President's policy
had ripened into that horrid crop o'f
riots, outrages nnd ma"meros. The
legislation which grew nut 'of these in
vestigations 1ms been endorsed since
by 'nil who love loyalty and abhor re
Mlion throughout ' the hind; and
though their first duty when they re
assemblewill lie todeicrmiiie whether
tho r.vcnt Executive acting so flag-,
raiirlydofinnfc of the will of the people,
and persistent obstrnction : to re
construction by law, and a persistent
defiorofthe expressed will of the na
tion; yet t cannot doubt that they will
also execute that constitutional guar
antee so wisely and so, thoroughly that
hercaucr men in the isomer states, as
elsewhere, shall no longer realize that
devotion to the conn try has brought
upon them dishonor, .'tyranny, and
oppression, but 'throughout the whole
Republic every one who has proved
his love of the Union,nnd who rejoices
in its preservation, shall be adequately
protected ' again..'! all eiiemics by the
power of the land he helped to save.
i mni DAKQT.YIT.
IJTi'ly Timr4)ti tlo Ituriler Two Tlior
mind ltit!ei-M i'.vn!ef l.v 'S'lirci vin
p:t!0"i of V, 'H Trowps AitACk oil n
flrn'-lnl Corretponfl.-rico of Pitts. Commi-rrlftl.
F.inT Pun,. KK.iiivi-v, D. T., 1 "
i--I-"4i: August 20lh, 18(57. : j ' ;
f" (SinVJc my last writing, matters have
been' quite lively in this vicinity. A
fight, took place with the Indians in
the pineries, about six miles from this
post, oit the morning of tho second of
this month. One small company from
I this post was attacked by from fiftecu
hundred to two thousand Indians in
a small corral, , aud were repulsed,
charge after charge, untill reinforced
by two companies from tho Fort. Such j
an example of fortitude and bravery
as was displayed by the little bind
that was attacked, is worthy of great
praise. Nolhing saved them from
annihilation but their coolness. The
company had with them a new army
breech-loading gun, which was a terror
to the redskins. These guns can bo
loaded and fired eight times a minute,
and are tho dread of all the Indians
on the border. Wo .whipped the red
skins badly, nnd . forced them to leave
tho field. ' They left on the field three
of their dead, which they' could not
get off, ami wlifch they, seldom do, as
they risk-a down lives to secure one
from our hands. It is plain to one
accustomed to tlieir modo of fighting
to see that it was nothing short of ex
pecting total annihilation that caused
them to leave their dead with lis.'
Shortly after this figlit,Compaivy B,
of the 27th United - States Infantry,
of which I am a member, was sent to
coort a train nnd Paymaster to F ort
KeiiOi - We did not see an Indian un
til we1 'started on our return to this,
post, '.when at ;;"Orazy Wonicii," a
small stream twenty-eight miles, west
of Reno, a largo number of - redskins
made a1 dash -fur 'the wagons in the
rear oftho train. They got so fir as
to commiTTlM? "emptying the wagons,
wlien oiir soldiers poured sneh a'volley
into' them 'that' they- were forced to
retreat in gi-wt haste. ' As soon ns the
alarm Was given to the front part of tlie
train, we corraled as- soo:t us possible.
and twenty of us, with tme-' piece of
artillery, went uaeit to' reintorce those
in the fear. '- On going back, the' Ind
ians attacked us from the HlurBi,'hnd
we cut through ;thpmr One man was
shot but not killed; '' We Wriest to sec
livelier times on tbe'boi'dCr,it the Qov-
ernjent does not senJ reinfiireVnlcfits,
and do' something to' bhock thesd rod
deviln in 'Jjich-'t-arcer' of bloqrl and
plunder., '',''' "' ' " J. P.'Jf.
- - m m'' '-' -. .
' The Chairman of the. -'Democratic
CfJm'mlftco for Colutftbia county ''has
issued anjadcbeMjjJemanding th:tt "the
past ir'jfojyoeii?'-, ( !rrq don ponder
the Democrats, want ..to burr....thcir
furmcf.dislfjyalr in ob&vfn.rj,crc
I shameful .. record was never madd Ut.
are not ready thujioni
uTrcsident' Johnson's recent proclama
tion has infused new spirit and cour
age into the opposition, ami lias hail
thi eflett 'to aWi-mj knl to 'some! it-
that -of triumnh. and manv of tlicm
believe t that thcr may. have to. fight
yet again befbrerhoir li'berttes are fully
secured;'1 CJeneral Alcorn' (Senator
elect Under the-Johnsoh Government),
spoke" here last night, fn . the- iSeuate
Cliahibef. ' His speei-h- reniihded': me
Vif one hf the mighty efforts' of Daniel
M'ebster.- IIe toesnofc call himself a
Repnblictin, brrt savs he is a "reccn
structetl ally."-"He-declares as fol
lows : " 1 intent' to toW, for a Jtepitbli
em President ot the next election."
He is a host in himself. They abuse
him as a Republican; " 'He is doing
more good than any ten men in the
State. The Republican party will
certainly win in this State. At a
meeting in the interior, the Rev. J.
P. Jacobs, of Xatehez, spoke Al
though thirty years a slave, lie acquit
ted himself with honor,nnd established
the fact that the colored man is sus
ceptible of civilization. The meeting
was addressed by several of our color
ed friends, satisfactorily to nil.
A letter from Virginia says : Won
derful Radical changes have taken
place with us. Rut the removal of
Stanton, Sheridan, Sickles, nnd the
pardon proclamation have made the
unreconstructed more defiant than
ever. Will Andy fight ? The rebels
all think so, nnd we have had the rebel
General Rosser here, evidently organiz
ing for the conflict. Tell our friends
to "pipe all hands" nnd stand ready
to five them a broad-side,' between
wind and water. . , .
A florida letter says s Registration
will bo complete in this part of the
State in a few days. The Union men
are well organized, and I think we
will carry the elections. lhe irCed
men will all vote tho Union ticket
solid. ;'....-' i
From South Carolina a eort'ospond-
ent writes : Everywhere in our State
Republicanism tho tree of libcrty--
is growing rapidly; , ,
Everywhere the white laboring man is
falling in with the overtures of Repub
licanism. ; As soon ns' the ' nomina
tions arc made the canipnigii wilj opch
with much' activity. ' In some of the
districts, where the white and the col
ored are nrtirly eqiial in numbers, the
contest yill be warm. '
'1' -' ' '
OulruK" In MHrylnml...
The following letter, appears in the
New York- Tiibutit!
Oils of the grossest outrages cvci
perpetrated in . this State was enacted
at Cliesterlown, Kent county, . last
week. The victim was a young inau
named Sulliynui wli,o-had' been there
Hover.udiys sol. tag r-iliious , uo jks
and picture":?. . Aliiumgli Sullivan had
coniiecte.i n uiseu in n most c.xemiii irv
manner, and never once, indulged in
the luxury of expressing his. opinions
upon, political quc.stipns.it was not
long before he became "stis pet-ted" of
being a. Radical, and the young blood?
at once determined to punish and drive
out the intruder. . lie was invited to
join a party to- gather - fruit, clandes
tinely, from a ueurbonng orchard, and
after arriving there, by previous ar
rangement, pel-sons who had been sta
tioned in. the orchard firad blank car
tridges, when all the party except Sul
livan fell, pretendingly,' mortally
wounded. Frightened out of his wits,
Sullivan ran for his life. . The next
day the matter being explained he ac
cepted it as a joke. - A few davs after
ward a young man named William
Houston called at Sullivan's hotel and
invited him to ride with, him into the
country. rhe invitation was accept
ed, nnd thev drove, to the . house of
Benjamin Beck, Jr.,. some fivo or, six
miles . (Uctant, .where they rcmauiou
until after tea. , ... ...
After nightfall Houston proposed
that they return, which was done by
an out-of-the-way road leading through
a largo jod used as a" camp ground.
in tins wood ticy were meci ny 11.
W., alias Doc Yickers, Milner Jones,
ami xuonias i icks, wuo loreiuiv
toik Sullivan from tle carriage, tied
him to a tree, blackened him, destroy
ed his clothing, and beat and bruised
luiu 111 aiiiost unmerciful manner, and,
putting a pistol to bis heaL, threaten
ed to blow out his brains unless he
promised to leatc the next day before
ten o'clock, and not to, .divulge any
thincr i about tho affair; To all the
entreaties of Sullivan for help Hons-
tou replied that 110 was "on parole
and. could not. assist him, Left in
this condition, bujlivsa .made his way
to town tho next day; and lodged com
plaint before, a justice oftho pcaoe,who
held tho; parties to bailior. tliour ap
pearance at thu.. next torta of Kent
county Court. , Nowj that your readers
may. understand wAo.tlKyo parties-arc,
and.,iuure oi tho prospect . of flawing
justice meted out to theu,. I need only
say tliat icketi- u the son ot GenoraU
scryativo, rcbeLparty.. in. tliut county,
and the , prospevtivc.' Chief Justico of
her court.... Houston is tho son of Dr.
Houston, ex-Register of-Wills a lead
ing rebel, and. nephew.. -,of ..Richard,
iiyuson,, a prom;nuiH, -.aavycF,,:pi. in
sanie .pontics-.. ..Jfoncs, was a member
,bf, Sloshy's',, Cavalry. ... Vigkes jis.a
brother -wtJpsspU A. Wa-'kes, a ro-
oiuvnt, layyer,. ancDibgr,,, the. late
Cprtstitutioiial , .Convention, '.and prr-
pectively ah associate judgo-;of tliej
same . ciim.HrtaP(ifleu .and all aro
"pinks", ,rofi .iionthern ,,hivaJiv, and
memlorsT of.-, tUp.. ".fir6..fainibc'' of
J .-. Now. with . tin's; iuftu-arvw i at tlifb
'I -. 1 " v'.r . ' 1 TV11 " " r
kV&U Rn4;.rlS.JgW) i,crks,.jn,rorsl
and every ouq eofuweted twish. tlio nd-
ininistration of justico approvers if "not
streniious eflbrts being ' mado 'by flic
relations ot these young outlaws to
induce Sullivan to compromise the
Itfhfr.for a sjum of owilet, nnd the fact
that no lawyer among the old residents
f( tjhrftrtMrn could bo found to
counsel ...fiiUUvau, l.amiurccd.Ui
the .ooncliisiim . thnt; this outrage was
known, approved,- and encouraged ; hy
the parents, relntives, 'and friends ; of
theso 'voung 'highwaymen. ;lf anv-
thlng more is needed to convince Cou-
press Ot tho necessity of roeonstrncting
Alnrytaiuii ' and that, without ' it, the
life of ft' loyal man is unsafe: God oidy
knows what it . ...
This is the first ! fiuits of our new
Constitution and if nothing is done to
relieve ns'it; 'promises to 'ihcrciisen
hundred fold. Will Congress do itS
dutv? ' i ' '
Yours, truly, Maryland.
Baltimore, Sept. 27, 1857.
Demorrata la the Army. .
Judge Thnrman, the Democratic
candidate for Governor of Ohio, and
an out-and-out Copperhead, in one of
Jus speeches propounded tho following
inquiries: , ,
" hen the war broke out, I appeal
to every mau acquainted with the
filets to say, where did the men for
the army come from ? Did not nn
equal share conic from the Democrats?''
lite Columbus journal answers Mr.
Thurinau's questions a3 follows:
" e assert, without hesitation, that
oftho 110,000 soldiers raised in Ohio
in 18G1 , and 18G2, not 20,000 were
Democrats, and we doubt if there were
15,000: and of that number there arc
not five hundred, who have ever claim
ed to be Democrats, or who have voted
the Democratic ticket from the time
thoy.eutcrcd the aruiv: until tits day..
The Democrat io presses and the De
mocratic leaders, m 18'ii. and 18(52.
declared that it was an Abolition war,
and advised JAjinocrals to let the Abo-
itionkts and black Republicans fiuht
their own battles. .This mK-icn ncc.ir.
ded so well with iVmocrulic instincts
that it was followed by every Demo
crat who had not resolved to abandon
the party, ' ... . .:,-''
ltisa.lact, palont to every intelli
gent inaiij that tho Democratic party
wiueu is now opposing ,iuo reconstruo
lion measures of Congress opposed the
war, nnd denounced the , .soldiers in
unmeasured term.. 'Is'obodv 'knows
this fact better than tho soldiers thqm-iseIves.--GV."r;r
lu:public. ..!',,...'' .
. : - .!'-..
Iti'iunvnl o f ttv : Itvmnlii'i of Vs'.nsNlii.itlnn
.... i oitKilrulorM.
Says a Washington dispatch oftho 3d
lust.:; On J. lies. lav m acee-i'dauco With
order received at. .Washington Arse
nal, by General Ramsey, commandant
of tho post, from.. Urn. Grant, Secre
tary ot y ur, 1Uu bodies ot the assussi-
uatigii : conspn-atoi-d and of J Ielu-y
Wirx, the Andersiiuvillo jailor, .were
removed from thejr graves and rciuter
i cd in another port Lou. of the grounds.
I Ins rctnoviU'was. itnrleieil, ,peecssiin
by tha projected .improvements of the
arsenal grounds. . Tho body of J. W.
Booth was buried in what was known
as thu waroi'ooro, oftho . Penitentiary
building. U was enclosed m an am
munition bo?. .' , After . the grave was
filled up with dirt, the brick flooring
was replaced; The. burial having
been accomplished, tho windows wore
boarded up and the door, made secure,
Secretary Stanton taking the key with
him. The key was kept at the War
Department until a lew weeks ago,
when it was returned . to the arsenal
ollieers. On receipt of orders for the
removal .of the- bodies, including
Booth's on Tuesday; laborers were at
once set to work,, which soon accom
plished taking them lrom the graves
before mentioned, nnd carrying them
to 2Co.. 1 warehouse, where a trench
was dug a few feet from tho north wall.
I u this trench the-bodies were. placed,
and as secrecy had been enjoined, but
few persons were aware that tho re
movals had been made. It would
seem from this account, that the Gov
ernment does not intend to give up
the bodies to the relatives, The bodies
of Booth, Payne, i Harold, ; Atzcrodt,
irz and Mrs. Surratt .were placed in
a common grave.
Auollirr It ..Id on tin' IH-Olllcm-Xuinber
pHiADKr.t'mA, October 4. Uni
ted States Marshal ! J-JImaker, with
Lieutenants Fagannnd Pields in oom
malid of ei"hty-six marines from ' the
nnvy yard, went to-day to Port Rich
mond to take possession ot illicit whis
ky stills and capture the parties en
gaged in resisting the-olfiecrs yestettlay
The:marincs hfrving ; their mnskcts
loaded, over-awed the still owners,aud
tho Marshal's olfieers' were not dis
turbed " except ' by threats add groans,
The work is yet going ' on, and 'over
: .. ...
ntw Itmii nvf I pintl an la will lie.lxviken
fup before nights"" ";".
. Thp. JIiu-rMiLu-irTWaA. savs1.
Daved - Paul :Brown, wlm ha made
more failures in politics than : ahyimart
of hisnge in tho- Stato who -has been
all things to all tnen, a sort of literary
Paul Clilford. a legal ' fop, a spend
thrift and a political weathercock; has
boon -hired .by. the iiJopuerneaUB ol
Pliilddebaliin to puff Bluirswood. i Af
ter . bhariwooil uctcat liroWn . will
jT.wi,M ftiril! tin nr.r.1 K!.a -nhvit inn. it ' "i;i'f
. i i ii . . m m m i i . i '.
! Thb .rebel :.ncwsuai)ers ,fGeorffia
andiAhdwiia pntaiiA -JllnVals to the
sout lem wintes .iw xoie sxs inaom-
i'ug leloctiooiforrU' CouvmuIooq-i ta ro"
qrgaiufcatlwj fetatesH ui,., -4. it! 1;;tl , v
a m m 'ii. i til
bo seen pron(njulhig.;.IrQal;jray ou,
jockey hat ind nark kid gloves, f
atnel In all t I,
diwlr It, tlprrarlprtii wiBHliidtrectlon for
making ami (Ming the ulinpln remedy hy wklcb
he h ciin?d of a lung arfrotlon and that drea(
disnwe Conttraptton: Hl only ohjoct is to bu
eHt tho ffllcto,iatr,ht n every itirerwlU
try this prescrfpllon, as It will cost them ni.tli
lng, nnd may prove al.Wialnu. flaHW aildnus
Rkv. Enjf .Jttn AtlWON, i . .,
Jfo. liCSnuthSi!ConiS .'lamsbijrXerbrk.
e';5,'id7-i.v!i9-ij" ",. . ", i
.-. ,. .-,, ri i I- : 1 1
pnturo a luxurtuTll ftt.jwtn.il linir
or Ix'.irdtaMt fiice, alnta .rej-lp
UP"n a bald
)A frtr thn n-
th.- akin, ieavintr tlmiiiHue soft, -Uar, and beau-
nt.ivulol I'li'ni.U-H, Hlutdic!!,
th.- akin, lea vine tlm mine i
n.l.n. lilotolK S. F.runtl
F.ruptioiui, etc.. on
lli'ul. win be ohtainfd wllhout clmive by ad-
.1 .. , I . . Lj DliiltlDULV n u
... i.i i. n.Ti r . i m ... , , n rv t n i ,
i; (ijj. W-lv'i-as ,: ,il lH".lwuy, Kj,w.Y,rk
'. ; : ; as. . ,
f V'ISMl rM' '
t f. tl '-fui.l br! '
: "! (' i.' -A' :i
.lo'ii 'i.-ti y'.piiiV
M.VIKUIAIA nn.l mat be
nmsl.lerp.1 llipSTANIiAliUOl.' EXCU.LK.Nf'E.
For aule by ull Uroeorlea. ;5.jr,
Sj-The lleallnf Pool, anil llonae of Wer.
ey. Howard Association neports fiir Young
Men, on the crimp of solitude, and tha errors,
abniu-s nnd dlvlura which dostroy the manly
powers, flml crrato linpodlmenta to marrliure,
with sure mr-am ofrollcf. Pent lu sralid letter
envelopi;free of eharg. Addrods Pit, J. SKIt
l.IN HOUGHTON, Howard Aasoolatlon, Phlla
delphla, To. . . '.- ;$-ly
V-Errors of l'ontb. A itteinnsi who
suncred for yioim from Nervous lVlilllty, I'ro
lnntiire lioony, and all llio ciroulH nf youthful In-
Usrretlon, will, fori hrunkoof HitnVrlnu hiininnl-
ty, send frou to nil who need It, nn.l reipt and
.llr.'. tt'ins f.ir mnklng tlio simple rvmeily by
whli-li ho waa eun-d. Siiir.Tiirs wlsliln? to prollt
by tlon.lvertlwr's experli'ivo, eimdosoby nd
dr.'slng, lu ptTfuet coull.li in-.',
ft-Vly rt r'Ml.ir Kt., Now Vm-k.
Wm. Hiscmam: Jit., ol Strml. IHttt-
Imrrih, i.i the hutmuni aijtnt far the Hkpcbuca.v,
in that dli). !.,,,..! . -.,,.'
;1IIE IAIi:.ST.SE.NSATIO.N ! : r
T E L E G II A P. II I C I
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Tho Proildont tins liotyat been Impenc)ied,lMil
. , ,ii . . , . ' . , ' . ' , '
!. .A , , j . S OiWli R 3
. . ' ' i . ' ';:. :
Has purclmscd nu Imiurnso stock .of
' FALTj AND WI5T1SB CLOTHING! ,
'.- ' ' . - - I. .!:.'. :
OVERCOATS, ' ' ,
i ; i , - Vli'T.s, : .; -v
. .. KiC,
ETC., of IhelntiDt BtyM nndbtt wnrlcnianslilp.
Yd T i n x
Hosiery, ..j ,
Kci-lt Ties,- '.' ' '
fiusporl.tt'i-s, ol -., .
alnn on Imn t.
whicsh will In
hjI.I At nstoiUNli-
LOW .PJHCES l'
Call and s.-o him bofore you buy elsewhere. Ilo
.'.'.. ,i ..''.-
wno wish to prncitASKt
( - - ,
ft'Kim In Alll's.m's'bulIdlnK, Wavnesburc, 1'n.
, A. J.' SOWK1W, .
LETTERS FROM EUROPE.
LETT G It 9 F. K O 31 EUROPE,
IiV .10HN W. KOltSF.Y,
KniTon ok tiik "I'niLATiFi.rniA pbkss" AMD
"WAHIIIM()TO-til HiKK'Ut," AND BF.I Bt.TAlllf
UK JJ1K SKNATK TIIO C.M'KI) HrATtM.
Mince tlleeominencemcnt oftbe nublleation of
Colonel Forney's letters from Kurope In 'J'HK
l'llii.ADiil.niii Imilv and Wekki.y 1'iifim, the
piilillsber of those papers lias been In the receipt
ol liiiiuiiteraMe-IU'juiriH,fro.ii! those who win.'i-
Know n .lie coi-1'..sp.iliil..-llcc wnuiti juii up-
oearln book ftu-m. In aue'rdiiiinwUh their i-.--
Itiliy revised; an.l re-written, with hnimrtunt
ad.Uii.dis, are now lu pruds, aud 'will snortly lie
clven to the world. In alarae 'luotnelmo vnl-
HM.sts.wcw.il now slaLe t int these let l.-rs. ear-
ullleofaiJA pilK.w, liy the p.l.islllli house of T.
II. Peterson , Hrotiicrs. .Ptiiliiflclphla, who ura
parlnu nocxtsnse to iniiKc.jl It abouk whluh
siiall eoiuliin.. every l.-.uui'U of
excel leneoehnraeteri it k. of the liesfrlilt .Ileal ions
ol this hi in. it will eouu.lii an cxA-ullimt sie.-l
siyleof the art, by ouiof. tlw best, itt-tjats la the
country, a.iil it niil lie in ev.-rv respect a work
un eplitble V) the nimitr .us friends of (.'filoiiel
norlralt ..f the niithor. nurraved in tlio linest
l-.iraey. ,.t lie e.ii'r.iii.ti'li.-iiceiiiv.t'S ttieiiulti.ir s
Impress ions of varlMts eouittH.-s u-fiieh he vislt-
with nbsenati'Mi it p. si H.ieiety, io!ltl.vi, iiinuse
mciHs, niiii.iil'ni tin.Ts, edunitotial and religious
n uurinc an j-.ui.hh mi. nmr uxsovhivi uioiuns.
(iermkny, hi-lK.uin, and flolhind.' Tbo variety
oi iiu;kh i.-Di.T.s may oejuucefl irom ine met mac
they were written from lmdon, Uverpo., ox
f'r.!, VViii.is.ii, ilaltia, Hlrauord-iipoii-Avon,
Cliester. Ilirls, hern.'. Lake l-man, n.i.Ien
linden, iioidolboru. Wiesbaden, oa the rtlilne.
i.-.ihl.-ntz, Brussels, Antwerp, the llas-uc, anil
nrloiiH other plaees nn the(.ontlii.iilof Kuri.po.
' Tiic w.irk will bepublhdied in one larira (lurt
ilHrlmo volurm?ofeT.TiipBjjes, pi inieii on Uie
lineet paper, e.n.1 haniWoiuMiy Isiuud in. eloth.
Price 1 wo nollars.
H.ioltseH.irBnewt nients. canvassers, and au
others, ure soln-iled to order at once what they
iiMiv-wunt'rif the abovtvb.sik.so thsttheirorders
oin'belltlud puirnrthn Unit edition. Address
all nrtlei-s, wnolesnle and retull, (or the pnblisli'
rsol It, i ' ;i ,-; , ;. V
I . i 1, D. PETKIISON A tlttTHF,R.:
' ' 'aKI(hestnutetrot,rhnadeIphl,Pa.r
Ami thoy will receive ImmerTIntn atlerirton. '
Hatnole conie as,"OokMHil l'orney's Li'llers
from Kurope"; will lie sent to any one: to any
place, in adwnone of one day ol puhlieatloii.
postage paid, on receipt of the retail price of the
VV'AXTF.D-AriRKTsanvtCATVASSEns are warii
ed'ln overy county town, and vlHutHtln tlio
up anal oisuoscrioers to uie uuvve wura.
BOOK A0EST3 Wi'STEDii' ,;, ' )...
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TO SOtlCIT onDtltS tb A" WHIT tiLTJSTRATEP
$. BT j'I)') jfy O X: A-B '
This rHr-noXAKronibnolftS the result of tbs
most reeentstu.lv, research ahd InvestlKutlon, k
of about sbctv-Uw of the m.wl.einlnunt and Jf
Vanned BUjIleal Bcaolars lor llvlui.
sard It'as elite host work of Ha kltitt in tlw s.n-
if ull slctiisiiimitinns unnn.VM It. imd
jista Uutaaatf Sud ..wtilli
st work of Ha kltitt in tlw I
ad ..wfilu oiikkt tollji
In . Ir.ulat In
al Ui,seji.uf OlBftr ijrukijUl, not ls t, wl(
IW.iWfc.andlueratViy. t j
KnSi.An I'm. eontrnise. rfmenirMffMaent andi.
ijwiies, retired, uergymcu, enoc.i rcae new,
anary ttriarslcmfr.lifiaiiMliMa; stand.aattf bro WiuAimm Plaelt
mUK WOULD IiKKOWtuKil
SINGE It :
1 r r , . - . -M lol.l,''
' OCll SEW tf AMIL? MACinNB,
L?l!f ??'n " lw. years In prrparntlon. and
wlil. h bnskteeti hnwi.li. i., ni.rC.f..., .,..ii7...
lime, latHtror expenw, anrt Is mi rofilMont-
: v " ' ',nl'"uue as incomparub y tha
beijl WwlliaMarhlliB In MlBlenw. '
lhe Miu-liute nuim-Htl.in Is simple, ivimpaet,
"itWu J"J"if"liilnatiime and variety
0 work nevrn.r.r',.ntt.Tihtl.d iip.ii. a ainVla
i.r ' .?v,ustn? "wSHk.Twlst, Linen or
very nnest an. coarsest matur uls.an.rain -tlilnar
mi aW!J.h,?1lB?r? "",n. ' "l l"m,t ,1
aim siiiiKtuntliil iiiimn..,-, 0, attueluueuta l.ir
HiK. fcl In ,'lriuiiniiig, BmUiiis;. ale. Hi-uNm-.il
ami tTarticil.und have bein hJv'iilJd ud aii
Jujieil esiwlully fortius Ma.-hliie
fi.fif11: f "nlqo, tuwrutan.1 popular
J .Una tun ami cahtnet vamo ieWllar tu tha
Mttehhies rnannfaetunrt by this t Vmpmiv h:. "o
1 nine are g.ilt. nuii In every vnrlttv ui n.l ,
"Black Wulnat, MafiixjinV ftwSStJ
tlH ...elveWl more or hnTi S i !'."
e.l.toe.irreiip.iiia with the Vablua.or O
'fables. or Cublnot
lorwuicu iney are lul. iiik-.L
A few reasons why HINORR'S latost Imni
e.l SK WI N(j M ACIlf N Its nr. tho Ct f ,Tf
II v an.l Genera Cut mine. "
thlekn.'ssea of Hie heavlost Denver eloth, uslnii
linvklM.I ..mil.. o( llire.ul w-Hh euual taetlltv--nTeii
th'reml' ' "p,o,h0 '"'"vl'-st ilenloi
'.'.I. It uses ii short, straight nee.Ue, eaallv sef
sl'i'ni" " l'1"'H,llu1'"' l."ekSUtehulike on bulb
l. It has an oven self-nillustlnu loimlon whleh
re.iilres no..ir,nge f r nltl. r..it I lileknessw of
material or ilill. i-i-nt st.es of ir,.n, ,
lilt. It Is free from all sprlnMS, win s nn.l other
ompli.-utlous, ana Is almost ii..Im-I,-ns
Sih. No tlireiula to hold ur wheels to turn In
start Ins. . , ,
th. It does not have to he taken apart to oil
and el.-au It. .
7lh. It liana perfee.t feetl wherebv von enn sow
thellnest mat. rials without liavlnUi.i keen your
work Btretelied topruveut Ha "piit-lt. rinu;' and
you never have to assist the work throUL-n as la
all other n.ai.ilnes.
in. ii wm item any width, new a straight
seniii ur mane a leu lu the most perje.-t manlier
w nn i.ss skiii limn w re.inlr.sl to sew a Ktralitht
seam tui any itli.irjiia--liiuv.
Its nttaelimeiits for riralilliii;, CorJlhit Quilt
Ini!, llllidlnc, Tuekinr. e.; are novel and iirno-tl.-al,
an.l r.-.miro but Ultlt slt.Ul t.i use tliem.
I nr. liij luainu-Uuniii-h.iu ut the house of tha
purchaser; ' 1
Money refunded If tha machines aro not an
ri-nreseiibid, .. . .
f-nry mhehlne wrirr.inte,1 an.l kept In repair
three years wllhoul rhsno., n
. -, ii. j r.vrApnrjn,
.-f i ARl-nt for (Qreene Cmluiv.
; -. j .( i t Wayeslinrg, 'i'a.
) L A S T 1 (3 'S L A T -T-TT
: -i ' .-i: )" ' ': 1 vY."
,' i.i.,-.-. vein .- .. .ii
n o b pi's (?
, AM OTUEH ri;itl'l)SK&
: -r -1
As a RnoflnK Mn'.crlnl it stan.Ui mirlrnllerl. A
iiiKt lo It adai'M Hs iir to every shape anil slope.
Nnn-eoinbiMllbte, liupervlotls, ti.iuexpAnslvo,
Fi:f bors Nn;f t-iV.rk n heat
Tlie nnly ixiftiiK material aver (llsrovere that
wlllrisslfi Hit- ii.-tluu ti.' Uie.c!"M.-utH as l.ijitf as
Hie sir.l.-lliri" It 'proleels. IIcIiik ausi-eptlblo
ol llulo, if nt'fjuuy wtnr fi-omexttirtiire, ami ner
re.t'y Kil'.K-Vnuiil'. II is tin. uiiaU.-ii iw acoal
initfor Diiiiiiiu..iii lnit ;u.l i'al ili IIuIIiIIiirs, fni
ecs, bridges, iinltomaiif V-s..s, Vaults, Ac,
KAf.-rmem'ftiven In imv pun of the e.mnlv, or
spueliiienss.u.wn to visit. ir.s. Apply by ' li-'ller,
or In pers-iit l.l " ' '
U. I.. .lu.s-1 ;. iii-x i t.uvivi i.i.k. Wash. i n I'a.
h. if. ihiAk, r n. i,..Kivl-.H,
, I.U-rnseirs ol Wunli, and flrrne eoiintles,
,1,. U-..IONKS, An kxt,
42ldf. n i . AVnynesbill'K, I'a.
riniR Vo.sfKit if T:i ft Adj-; C
TIME, MONEY Afll) I.AII'ill MAVRIII
TUN LATEST A- HEHT tltVliXT
I ... , ..-1 .i f?
One of thelnlenl Patents, insiie 1 -opt lhe Ilia (lay
of Hepieinbar, l-.iC, to' Vni. n,'jf.-l uteheon, f
Wasi:iiit!ton, Iowa, will bs un e.tilliilniii In a
fow.hiy.i at . ,
J O II N MUII N T? L L ' 3 ,
'11 :' ' . , .' , '
In Wayneahunr. Pn. This f'lirRN must sunsr-
iHde anythinu ofllieklnd lierefofore prodll.-ed.
jne siiiiucii.-ss in iiseoiisii-ueii'sif nminsiwo
fold or i-eversQ.1 motloii, thai nr.i.iu-.-s butler
froia thren to six minutes uiusthi'iuee the ram.
inuiilty lo ...xsuiine Its .iiinlitlee, It saves time -It
saves work.-aiid nrfiduees as much hotter as
any churn In existence. Mr. Mniuiel! lias foil
Dwerrosni rixnts ror cetinsyivunla or ew
'ork Hlat.i us well as to fnrninli f 'hiirna to- oitl-.
i..nsif this oounty.
BHIKllia, ui. i,iim a tw
.'I-''...: ; - ': ,.'
Ry virtue of na orflnrnf thf Orphnnn' f'onrt nf
(Iruciti' fumty, I wlUsfllift jmbllo jriulcry, on
til" primilfit-ft, on ("; -Mj'
WEOXESDAV, OCTOIiKIt "tpni ki7t
jlitt-va1imlivr,linffrtii :tyrtM'M")r. Off thrt
forai-ro (irL'fine ttn.1 Mtufcut Ntiyi'-lt Icnowa n
" E A (IK E F O U X D E R Y ! "
late Hie property of DANIIX OWKNH. dee r.,
wltti the liases, n.-tttci-ns nnd anuurtenanees.
This founil.iry isunw ill .penitinian'l- .iotiic a.
I -: .- PltOflTABLE BC:5IN fcss 4 ' ?
: -t i -,i .- f . ( It
Tliercls a FRAMK HOI'ftR ers-te.l on tU lot
wtil. liwill he sold with tho fiumlery.
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... .... ;TE Ii t 3-t .... .,,
One-llilrd of the purcllase money in hand at
confirmation, of sale, thn. liitlHOdS'ln- two eouat
annual payment-, with Interest, fi-.iiu enntlrma
ttotl.i ivissessioii givn Immeilistbly.- Tim pur
chaser to scesire l.iie po'ui.'iu .tf Ujm I first lustall
ntstUmKin enriflnnaU.mof sale.
j. A DMI.N'IiTlUTOH;S.SAU!.. t
iiyvlriuaof an nrirerlsstieiT of rha fhirians'
.Oairtof the county of lireone, I will expose to
lltblle sale. In front of the Court House, In
:Wayueabttfg, l'a.,oa ; .;-r',--i
SiTCITDAtr 2i DAT. OP TfOTifltBER
.. '.... i . - i. -. t. '; f'
next; the t.nowlmt deserlbsit Real Eetate, lata
tha property of rlusmmajli Heeler, dee d., to wit:
A eertnln meMsnoae ami half lot of rtni'af situ-
ale in tbbbonMiull of Wrlesburo, on Uie (ontli
aide of Oreene stfeet,-rrftnrtnji lot Tit-. IsSon tha
eo, Month street-ra Uie mirth, and thf-ivhcr
fialf of llissiiid lot on the w.lt It lielnn tha east
hair of nwU marked rw In the orlsinU plan of
the said towivr-on whicli Uiura l oraiitsd. it.ora
rortablBOljo story- ' - - - v-
OJ -.'(i!i T-il ".it 0 -"I
FRAME DWELLING nOCS f.
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Coal Tiouss, anil otliWout hnlMlflirs, A well of -Hood
water, and soma aoolluaV fruit tnasa ara
,-ThsakovaileaeMtieJ miert wlU sold for
CAsnonoflrnalon. , A. KNOX.
. nifr; ; .i. ..: -M I I'-t i.i lUm'r.
t toDfJALE. "',
; - r.'ii.-M
x.i') il -i ui ,'i
rta of Tlmrier. tanJ. on tha
niUUmoBo and Ohjo rbiilroad, near. Littleton
Mntlea, U'ss. Va.
Raw alilL.Tannenv and abundnnee of Ui best
wiunn trisra a sites ro.
klndof Ntave,' BinMrfia ant mavs trrtHe. Ia.
Wlch aml weU jKtopVwt to1 usasUii, aud .will ba.
MsrsUlListns Uie i ttferflis., -.en tu' 64'
Ail!U52l.V ayrtebufg,X(roi)e County, fa
r " - . -
A a; rrm-rWUn".
. ... f ,.
. i. m. n r n mm . mrvis.
- pemtiawBrtnaanirerSfitBiiirii'm1 AjwypoTown-.