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O intaitaaiaiy Y ALMA',
DOLL•In per minim S migemor—
Tiro DOLLail urn FIPTV Care It sot *a
In advance. Re enheertotion dlosnattnued,
mild* all the option of din publisher, Until .11
Anwearruetstawre Inserted et the maid rates—
Law rednetion to those who advert*" by
Jos Plmeernt)of every description—froni tae
enudiest label or bard to the largest handt4lL
or nester—done with dtapntrb, Ina workman
lase wanner, and at the JOMOR Hying rates.
0/7M11:0 Baltimore street, s few doors abase
Ws Ossub•lfonae, on the opposite side, with
"OetagnburgOonigtter Odtor" on She bsikting.
/Atomise, Physicians, &c.
7. C. lIIMUCE To
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Particular attention paid to
inaction of rellSiOalt, Bounty, and Back-pay.
Ofllee lye P. owner of the Diamond.
CletAprli 6, OWL tf
ZDWAIJID D. BUSHLIIII,
A TTORN LA
EY AT W,
felterehdly and prompt
riiittend to ail bnelneas enervated to him. lle
the German laugusge. °Moe at the same
ji l i= s In Mouth Baltimore street, near Forney
drug store, and nearly opposite Danner a Zieg
4.lMtgveineg. March ire
D. HeCONAHGHT, JOHN M. ArR.411711,
A7TORNEYS AM) COUNIELLOIII4.
T 3feCONArOffY has 'associated JOHN M.
K BAUM, Dig., In the Practice of the low,
at his office, one door west of iluchlers Limo
%tors, Chamberstiurs street.
Special attention given to snits, collections and
settlement of estates. All total bosinoss and
claims to Pensions, ikainty, Hach Pay, and Liam
ages stiiinst Unit.W States, at all times, promptly
and efficiently attended to.
Land Warrants located, and choice Farms for
sale in lowa and other Western btatos.
Wlf. A. DUNCAN,
A TTOIKSZY AT LAW,
Will promptly attend to all
rettal Mulattos entrusted to him, including the
procuring of Tendon., Bounty, Back Pay, and all
oCher AGMs vilest the United Staten and State
Oinos in NorthArest.oorner of Diamond, Gettys
burg, Penn . 's.
April IS, IM, tf
DrORNEY AT LAW,
111 promptly attend to collections, ootiveyan•
cm, writing of linods, leware, kr., and all other
burn entrusted to kb. rare.
t or on Frederick street. at the Wilco formerly
of r. Alban, and latterly that of the. Kinser and
May PI, llt. lys
HAVING located at NEW HALES!, Franklin
township, Adams county, offer. hi s profs..
atonal serrkew to the public. He hopes by strict
attention to professional duties, to merit a share
May Sf , tf
ue P. x ZCKESROOL,
lI A I L ry N IA I 4,I 4
an re d tug:Lf u rr l o t f il u titt i lversittot
lomted at HEIDLERSBE I HAI, uti offe r. pr ° :-
ft...tonal uvrvice , a, to the public. °
April 21, I*ll4. (I
Dr. J. W. C. O'NEAL'S
nFrICE AND DWELLING,
A few doors from the
corner of Baltimore and High streets, wear
the Presbyterian Church, Gettysburg, Pa.
Aprll 15, DEL
Dr. W. J. MrCLWRIS,
_ AND ACCNXICIIIDIR,
riming permanently loriaterl In New Oxford, will
practlee.hle proawalou In all Ita branehea. HL
hien& and all others dealrina 41e proteralonal
aerViera Ara reqneated Id:lean and consult him al,
als °Mee, in Hanover +tram.:
May 20,1062, tI
D. F. C. WOI,F,
VI AVINCI LOCATED AT EART BERLIN, AD
!lofted flint by rtrlet attention to his profeeftional
duties be muy merit s slime of the pubile pa
11AS RESUMED the Practice of Medicine in
LITILINTOWN, and offers his services to
the public. Office at hia house, owner of Loa,
bard Street and Foundry alley, near the Railroad.
Special attention given to Sian Dtwesules.
latieetown, Nov. a NM.
.1. L4WiIINCIi HILL, H. D.,
Haut Me ofti,w one done rod of the La-
Znin chunk to CtiamberaMtra street, and oliPs.
site Dr. P. Horuer's oflllve, Wherece, those wiaLlug
have any Dental Operation performed are respect
fully invited to cafl. itaraClN: Dia. Horne,
Hay. H. L Haughe lritio
r, D. IX, Rev. Prof. ify Jambs,
D. D., Prof, M. L St...ever.
Oellyetturg, April IL 'SI.
LITTLMTOWN, ADAMS COUNTY, PA
Eundersigned,having purehaard the ..Globe
Tlnn" property, m Oettyabant •treet,
town, wonist most respectfully invite a /Mare of
the pobi I c's patronage.
Ile promises the lust the market ran afford for
his table. with the eboloest liquors In his bar,
and comfortable beds and elm:anent With con
siderable experience, be thinks he ran Justly
claim that be knows how to keep • hotel,
There le large slabilug attoobW, am well as
grans lots for drovia. atteutlve urtler always
on band—none other than au accommodating
one allowed on the premises.
He Invitee a large share of custom, and will
Platte no effort to deserve it.
Ll ttlestown, May 20, 18115. tf
YORK FITRKET, NEAR THE DIAMOND
USITITIB URG, ?XXV' A
THE undersigned would mast reepecthilly in
form his numerous. Mends and the public
genitally, that he has purchased that long
llabetl and well known hotel, t h e atimb,
In York Street, Gettysburg, and will spars no
court to conduct it In a manner that will not de
tract from Itw former high reputation. lila table
will have the beat the market mn afford—his
chambers are apsolOus and emutortable--and he
has laid to for his bar a Tull stack of wines and
.l i ars, There ue large stabling atteched to the
Hotel which will be attended by attentive net
lens. It will be his constant endesomr to render
the fnUest mlistaction to his guests, making his
house se near a home to them ae possible. lie
asks a stare of the public's patronage. determin
ed as he Is lees derve a large part of it. Remem
ber, the "Globe Inn" is lu York street, bat near
the Diamond, or Public *loam
April I, 1814. tf
CHAMBERSBURO GEWYKBURO, PA.
WY. X MYERS, PROPRINTOR.
/MIS Is anew Home, 'fitted up is the most &p
-l._ proved style. Its louttion is pleasant, central
and convenient. Nvery arrangement luta been
Made for the accommodation and, onufort of
guest& The Table will always have the hest of the
market, and the HO United. of wines and llouors.
There is ammoniate Stabling attached, with
an twoonunodatlag ostler always on hand.
- This Hotel Is now open for the entertainment
Of Htepublic. and &share of patronage .6 watched.
No abet will be winged to render sallafactlon.
Jan. It. 1811.
Commit or MOW/ LP • MANY LIN 6111=1111,
Thin Home le on s direct Use between the
Northern Central and Baltimore-A Ohio Railroad
Depots It hoe been renßed and aotrifortably ar
ranged ear the eenventeme and the entertain
N0v.70, INS. if
NEW OXFORD, ADAMH ouvi. - rs r , PA.
lIIHE ididersighed having purchased the Martin
IHotel property, In New Oxford, Adams coun
ty, will conduct it future. under the name of
Um - Eagle Hotel." He pledges himself Maier*
no eflbrt ibr the mmalort td• Magnesia table
shall have the beet the market can *Alford, and
Ma her the eholond Liquors. His chambers are
=l"and mum% lsit to give sartsfactlon.
1: 4 emomodioes stabling attached to the
Hotel, which will be attended by are liable and
amecaamodaslad ostler. The pro toe Mopes to
receive a liberal share of piddle and
will always try to deers* IL Docomabm the
Et/le." In the 'earthiest corner of the Diamood,
March 13, IBM, lf
AGENTS WANTED INNI, THE
KFICIAL HISTORY OF THE WAR,
24 cwaa, Obaroettr, Cradtant aisd Samna.
ST BOX. ALFX,4IIDga IL forarassm
A Seek nee all lisnalets• stied all Part les.
gWIS freed week preserta a ll t it matt 011111ji t er
tar et a z . r=d, and give. time: intsrlor Witt;
sod Mira of the great conflict only known to
Uwe. high ofre= ri t iswetched the hood-tide of
revolution iota Se Main slmengs, and which
were so accessible to r. fitepliens from Ida po
sition tut a sanned oak= ot the tonfedersey.
To a blie that has been surfeited with AP.
PAREIMY SIMILAR PRODUCTIONS a , we
promlne • thiLoit tare, both greeable and
urry, aud torl. at the highest
The Oriaf American 11rAr bas AT LAST
found 11 WAVLE worthy of Re important*, and,
at wine* Marls it will restive that
candid Mid liamartlal treatment which truth
lustier so negnatirdersawL
The intense desire wrerYwher• manUestal to
obtain this work. ItsOiScial character and reedy
soh& colab with ea laereassd corn
make It the iaal
Vol subseriptioa bookst
Ows par e Pa. reporta DS subscri
... 011 0 1 0OwOo. rataralbeas is tour
ata. }IY, ?saw, UI sabreriben lk aro
rklara, ONO lior Moll= rad am oar terass, rad
:12 n otthe work, with Preo wakes
414aki11f1101 1 411. , lar..llM CO,
ti twos* et., ia+eval,s, s.
itOr k 011 k
LINEN Caata, ?gots mad VAAtmattears.
. . ~_
or _\,,,---, ..
400^ .; ..-F.= .'• • -
i- , -
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_,.... k I - -.. , ,i i i, ~ : .., 44 .,
5. ..,...,- , •--, a; ,woo„ . 1 , , 771,.... Tri COMPILER
BY H. J. STABLE.
LIST OF MERCHANTS
n M Xe :A C P= t a l efi, a l e °meda l
rid of Z I •ZA :Ur taw lan, iii elffe-
Wares and Merchandise:
BOROUGH OP GETTYSBURG.
Pirbodatnek Bros —..- 6 60 16/
Danner &Ziegler ...... --.-.--.- 13 10 di
Geory Arnold 13 10 00
Mies Harriet ....... 7 in
T. C. Norris ..... ........ 13 10
Robert C. Cobean-. ____.__ U 10 00
Ephraim H. Allnnlgb ..~ ......_._..._..13 14 00
Ml McAllister . 14 700
A. ferott &. 13 10 Oil
lire.tliorah Fink . 14 7 00
/ken% aka. 14 700
dxearylf 7 w George Jambe & . 14 7 Oil
lbglin in & 21 en
W tole & Pon, Wareboaae.. 13 10W
William R. Blaine, ...-.-._ -
13 10 to
A. Spangler Warettouee 30 00
Geo. C. tetnekhoulter, Ware bo o gie.. .. 13 le OU
Hamilton A McCurdy, Warehouse.. IS di in
C. H. Buehler, Stoves and 9 ii 00
.16.e01, inleade, 14 7 00
Jacob Riley Lumber and C0a1...—. 10 30 tal
Mower & drn., Warabouati..- ..... di 00
George B. Swope, Furniture . 14 7 00
Jeremiah Culp, Paper! Furni ture. 14 7 la
Ritmo Warren....,...,_.....__...__..._. 14 7 tal
1. (Wimple A 13 L. 10 00
S. O. Cook. Strom. ...... 7 in
Royer &Sou 13 NI 66
doper dt McCartney. JaweLry,.-...-. 14 700
Row a Woodo , ..„ ... 13 LO 00
Duphora a Hoginam .............. -....... 13 12 60
Leiria strange- ................ -.......... ..... .. 14 7 00
li:dward Enter .. .. -....-..-- ......... ....- 14 700
Jan U. allinnliti. . ..... _... 14 700
Francis Cunningham —....- 13 10 00
A. It Felatel- . 14 _ 7 00
DOOO4l 14 7 CO
11.014 ext 14 700
Henry ............ ...... 13 10 00
D 40.1101 Culp, Funk - 117'04e 14 700
Michael Spatsler ...... ...... 73 00
30000 Brlnkethol7.- . 13 la 111)
1110.1000114paugler, Mu* titurs....-- 14 700
W4OO. Illerbuwer, T0100.00u15t.......- 10 700
14 7 00
M. U. Gilbert. 14 7 00
IL losztoti, 14 7 00
42 . 112 y W. ..... .......
14 7 3,00
John A. RIVe ..... ...... ..... 14 700
....._~.......».~ 11 )CO
Punk ik lipaugler.
M. A. Mlll,r
ro ~mt~~r~rr + ~rYnnrwr
Wm. D. Emmert
PeLer...... It . 7 Oil
Thuile/ 31. 3111/er ...... 14 7 DO
Pry ° it Seta:tell .....—. ...... 11 19 50
Melborn & Bender-- ..... la ea Oa
Bergh et —..... IV 911 00
14 J 00
IS le 7 0 0
Fancy Store._ 14
Gee. W. 89417g1er-- 13 l is 10 00
Enltd, 1310 MI
Jobs Ge selmsl7 ...... ......
Gem MundoreE..-- /4 700
Jh b Eppelmen. 14 700
11013 NTJOY TOW 1431111"
J. 8. fr.. Miller 7 00
—.— 13 10 00
J. &Smith a . ..... 14 7 01
Wm. A. bletiberry
Saehel E. Pilkertue 14 YOB
11. W. .............. // 7 00
J. H. Cline-. 13 1000
Hartman 8. Sadler _—..... 11 13 00
EL }Meshy". ....... ..... It 150
J. Y.-Eierilner 700
birs, Ciriest , 7 00
Hammel Lalahaw -- 13 JO 40
Lewis' W. . . ....---- 14 700
J. F. Houck 14 T 110
Dsnlel 14 7 gt
.1114bool ...... ............. 1 3 3 11
John Fowler 14 7ln
Barton. 0464er...- Jr 700
Dleenualund H 7 OD
Alex_ —.— 14 7 00
Atuow shoolY 11 7 OD
Woken in.... ell If IS
Wm. Crouse & Bro. Is is so
. . . .
lona Hinkle m 14 110
13 MI GO
E. F. Sliorbik ar7rly..t .....
Yount &Kt:mangler ..... ...._.- ...... -..—...., IS 23 SO
Young 0 bisub .. 12 12 be
Eptirtalm Myers 12 lT CO
tinider a Son _ 14 7SO
I)vi 1 93
11 I& SO
Koons & SterlY-- --.-.....—. 12 IS ao
Haring & Lefever. ..,.... IS 111
1 , 7 10
A. . Barker
James Cress II SO
31111171 A UAW TH2414/LI
14 . ,
l . , 7
C., . H en-.. ...
Ii Hraltuin...- _ .
A. T. Wright .
J. litter & lion— IS LW
W. A. Elden. .. 14, 740
Mit. H. 74. Illtratlgh . 14 7SO
ITN lON TOWNSHIP.
John Hob!lts . 14 700
Dsvld WlHet. . 14 700
Abraham Pell. 11 7 40
Tarn Rimer. 14 700
Shtell& )4 Se
Ezra °verb:taxer ..... 11 7 eg)
eulllven & - 111 IS 511
CIEJLILAN y TOW NeRIP.
. . _
. . .
A. I. Smith- - H 700
...._._ 11 f 6 W
Graft &King— •••• H 7 00
Hu 14 7 COgh
Iskoob 8. Tamghbalmmigh_- --........_ la 700
Adam 8. Myer.- - II 7 CIO
81nagleton Elebalti:-. -. ....,--. la 7ea
It% E. Rolllneer-.....-......--....-. 13 10 11
Mrs. Mates,- 7 le
Wm. Davie. 14 7 so
Dlitir - 111.1418 - 1 BREWERS.
Adam DiehCGet4lthorg.----- S
J o hn Dann*. -7-=- 8 6 *
David Rhodes, Freedom townsaap .. O YOB
Nance le hand* Alves toall y q aee soas la lareeted
th the above return of eland that I will
hold an Appeal, at the CommStalooms . OlRee, In
Gettysburg on SATURDAY. to. 00th day of
JURY. nazi., betweem the home at A. X and
P. M., when and name all permits that May eons
alder thenoelves aggrieved by mid demlnestion
Rir The above Lieenees most be toad as of be
the nrst day a July, MA
Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes for Adams so.
May ta. MIA It
NOAH WALKER & CO.,
l .112111 IQ ILLLTEIIekk uxr, lALTIMOU, NA,
EM? constantly tat land a large amd well ler
screed .aM or ail Mode etyma malensite
r= era r am 1141
ace, ll l t: " k "I! T.
earecore, to say parte/the cemetery.
_Ogee ea exteteMve Meek of PIM
IIITIMNG GOODE, embracing every Snide a
Gelfileklek'e Usdeinmear, IiILITABY
CLOTHS sod every vmkater of Millemy
mew, aa mall se am .nonmed stork Of BEADY
MADE MILITARY GOODE.
Baltimore, Yee. It MU
AR. IPLEHOEING sootioasa saw ~oar or
. im.LE CRYlNG:asSalsobealw the asathsuoi
c alsoz a ll= is Ids assa4sot. so.
Hsaidessos Welt HMOs GRIMMOI CIN ZII.beri.
r. EL—Ha la a Lads. Awaloseer, under the
Mit Low ottlia traitol Stotas.
Forney's old Stand—BotHmore Street,
G h a - L . VSBURG, PA
LAVING purchased this old and pops larFltand,
and lald In an entirely new and fresh Stock,
a full assortmon I, consisting In put of
DRUGS AND FAMILY MEDICWFA.
PURE LIQUORS AND W INES FOR lIILMILIR
SPICES AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
DYES AND DYE STORM-HOW & STEVENS'
DYER, EXCELSIOR DYES, AND ME ANI
LINE DYES-THE CHEAPLHT AND THE
BEET IN THE MARKET.
ALL THE NEW AND ELEGANT PKRPTIKEE4
AND TOILET ARTICUN.
COLGATE'S. AND OTHER SUPERIOR SOAPS.
HAIR BRUSHES—TOOTH BRUSHLR trout
S to 50 cen
YORNErd HORSE POWDMS—THE EDO'
ANDCHEAPEMT; AI/10, POUTZIi, BELL'S,
DALE'S PERSIAN, STONEBRAKEIVI4 AND
aTATIONEILY OF ALL KINDS.
TOBACOII AND IitiCFF—THE BOO'
PHYSICIANS• PILFItC7RIPTIONB ANWAMILY
RECEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
PHYSICIANS AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS
SUPPLIED AT REDUMD RATES.
Medicines furnished A? ALL !WOW! of MX
ettattr. )Iteht belt at the door.
April t, Ise& tt
1868. DISSIRATILIS I.
DRY GOODS !
Most Essenewt • Assortmenis
T 1111r.LL ter very mail profits, and aim et doing
I very large badmen.
YASHIONAJUX BEIL(DBE! OP MN& SILK
- • • -•
FAHHIONABLE SHARER OF FRENCH WOOL
FASHIONABLE ettADEs OF ALPACA. POP-
FRENCH CHINTZEN, PIQUES , PERCALES
AND LA WNN.
BLACK SILICN. PLAIN NILKII, PLAID SILKS.
kIWINS SWeILINB..IACONET MUNLINN, CAM-
14 7 00
13 10 00
.-., 14 700
14 7 00
BLACK ALPACA, CobOB.KBALPACA, BLACK
THSTORI SHAWLS, CASHMERE SHAWLS,
CLOTHS, CASsiMEROI, CLOAKINOS, LINEN
TABLE ooviii4,Teaii LINEN, NAPKINS.
BALMORAL SKIRTS HOOP SKIRTS.
i IBLA IN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. EMBED!
DKRED HANDKESCHIESM, HEM tiTITCH
MEN'S, LA DlE,r_, KISSER' AND CHILDREN'S
WalVtgal. AND STOCKINGS.
7 am constantly reoelving the latest styles of
Dram and kancy Goods. My stock comprtoes
everything usually found In a drat-class liltY
GOODS STOILE. to which I 112 Vite the attention
of the public, feeling assured that I can safely
challenge comparison with all other stores In
quality of goods and 'anemia of prior.
it i 7. L. SICIIICK.
14 7 00 Gettysburg. May LUSK tf
Cheaper than Ever.
,BERERT 4 EZ,L,TOTT,
Opp)** Os Cbort-howks:, Oettraburs,
IS 10 00
HAViemeattst opened • new and large wort-
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
OP ALL ICINDEI.
_WALLIS, &C., SC,
to whit:bum:" invite attentlon—being determined
to il lit tbeOM loived emit Wren ,
A pen If, lf
GREEN RIDGE STORE.
.radersivi ell Las °pelted a
GROCERY NOTION STORE,
at Green Ridge, Hamilton towneldp, Adams
empty, (Heagy'a old stand,) on the otel hje Then
pike to teak+ he Invitee the attestloo of the
public weerally. Mx sleek coeuists el
fitIMAEs, 00VIEES, TEAS
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S HOSE.
(MOVES SUSPENDERS. NECK MN.
HANDkERCHIEFEJ, BUTTONS, THREADS.
ISBCSHES, &C., &C., IC. , dC.,
In short, • full aseertment ateverytytoll vaizta
Wand is v. llett-ehmat store or the kind. HL
win always be found fresh and full, sad him pal
ms among the very lemma No ellen spared to
plasm all who may patronize him.
SOHN U. RUYV.
April St, 11*1.
?die snuso AND stritmtn.
Vl,lol.lind returned frost the city with •
'L k NOTI
wheeled Mock or
QUF.ESt4 WA HARDWARE.
SUOI AND HATS,
I mill the attention of my piston:lent and the
oommunity to my !atm Mock of Goods, witich. I
aim wow offering at lower rides than they have
been linec the war, and at prime which cannot
WM to strike Ibe purchaser.. cheap. With every
heility for purchasing Goods at as low figures a.
Ley in the trade, I am ebb prepared to meet
competition in low prices from any mad all
Prompt, conformity to the lowest market pries
I. my established rule.
PaM"ballh fi..) May Ude. tf
GROCERY & FLOUR STORE.
URALS & BROTHER
WYE resumed their Store the Helmstedtwhere
property, on Chissibenb
propose to keep eoustantl urg y
un M i
nd street, nd
ALL KINDS OP
Flour, Feed, Notions, dti
Also, TEOKTABLES In season. fresh Drat
the elt7 and eoratrY. They are cletarmisea to
eel/ cheap as IMP draped did as they emir silt
the lowest living profits, they hope to molt
lettille • liberal Share oipubUe
IC/r t r u t . 8110.
April le, USK if
LET ILL !HE PEOPLE COE!
.FtiPuzy Goods axd C.Wecfiontery &ore.
undentigned, having bought mag
WlLrneell MIUII/7 600011 and Coe
ou Halthnore street, nearly 0 1PCIto
seetaake' Store, Gattytharg, Wailes t pablieas
latrosage. Jame and tasteful aa the stock has
bees, tio ergot will be sowed to render ft .till
won attractive and desirable. He now otter
Wrills Dozes,_s Desks, Phis Candy,
Walk Miner do.,
Pocket H ooks,
China Toy., Chow-show,
Posket Cutlery, Taney claw,
Jewelry, Tema Crackers,
Mask Wine Shiesite.
Hookas, Munson de.,
Perftnn•ry, Tree Works,
ISOWs. Wen** Peaells,
Pr il ta " Salieri * Migare,
Work as, api„
- .lock Num:Eons TO NeNTION„.
Me Hatessts to melt sireelthtlegag the lowest pos.
able pries% be , d r ieving that wets'. being
Naidir salsa' 1114. are therefore but tae wow
sad iftme one—owne all
A. R. P'ELBTEL.
/lane SOM. 11
WiSTIRN PRIMPIION LANDS,
LTA:: ow head few TRAOIIS et 110. 1. us.
coed band, pre.eaptiom Isardm, located mar
fa well @WSW
sel g hbort=a l M albll aS
/AY prise nor Boa IMO* Mow topr i l
irittrlflEa, Valises, 011, oii_aaal *anneal
11E'ITYRI3Dliti, PA., FRIDAY, JURE b, 1868.
Hoofland's German Tonic
TIM ORLI' 111.6.1=1,11111
YO ♦LL DUMAS= 01IP
THE LIVER, STOMACH, OR DIGES
TIVE OB GANS.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Ile composed a We pure Juices (or, as they are
medically tanned, Anna) of itoole, Herb , and
Mart*, making a preparation, hhglily conceatra
led, and pitlrely free (now Liimatek admonfrag et
HOOFLAMYS GERMAN TONIC
Is a oornblaation of all the ingredient,' of the
Bitters, etlth the tweet quality of Amara Ores
R. 114, Orange, Se., making one of the zuoet pleas.
ant and agreeable remedies ever offered to the
Those gwelerrinie s bledielue tree from A leollol
le adruLxture, will use
Hooftand'a Garman Bitters.
Those who have no objection to the combina
tion of the Bittent, ae stated, will nee
Hoofland'a German Tonic.
They are both equally good and contain the
nail." medics/ virtues, the choice between the
two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonic be
-In4 the most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of muse., such es
'lndigestion, Dirspepala, Nereus.. Debility, etc. - , la
very apt hi hare- its functions deranged. The
Liver, sylnpathiring as it does with the it turnacti,
then beam.% affected, the result of *Lich is that
the patient Karen from its tint br more of the
CX)NRTITATION, FLATULENCE, INWARD
MEM FULL-NE:W.3 OE liLooD TO THE
READ, ACIDITY °ETRE A('H, N A U.
4EA; DIMOI:ST I . OR,
FOOD, FULLNESS OR 'WEIGHT IN TILE
!STOMACH, SOUR ERUCTATIONN,
SINKING OR FLUTTERING AT THE
PIT OF THE STOMACH etWIMILING
or THK.MFAN,IIitTRI.4D 9. 1 A . LIMFI.
CULT BREATHING AT
THE HEART, CHOKING OR sUPFOcA-
TiNG SF-NSATIONS WHEN IN A LYING
POrsTURF, OF LIGT'S Ok
WEBS 13E.FoRE THE iGGHT, DULL PAIN
1r THE HEAD DEER:It:MX 01 , 3PE.RsP1-
RATION, YELLOWNEsS OF THE SKIN
AND EILH, FA IN IN THE SW; BACK,
CHEKT„ LIMBS, .. MC DDEN
FLUSHER OF HEAT BURNING
IN THE FLE.I3II, CONSTANT
A.GININGS OF EVIL, AND GREAT
DE.PRESsIoN OF SPIRITS.
The sufferer from these diseases should tier
else the greatest motion in the selection of a
remedy for his caw•, purchasing only that whhil
he is assured from his invest Ig.ations and ingul
rim possesses true merit, Is skillfully compound
ed, fa free from injurious Ingredients and lots
established (or itself a reputation for the curs of
these diseases. In this tonnection W. would
submit those well-known remedies—
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
.1100FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
PREPARED LIVD/L C. M. .7 Aeli.!ON,
Twenty-two years since they were first intro
duced into this country from Germany, during
which time they have undoubtedly performed
more cures, and benefited suffering humanity to
a greater HiiollL, than say oilier remedies known
to the public.
These remedies will effectually care Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Deepens' a, Chronic or Nen ous
Debility, Chronic Diarrhoia, Disease of the Kld•
nays, and all Inseams arising from a Disordered
Liver, Stomach, or Intestines
Roamßing from any Dilute whatever; PRORTRA
TION OF THE tIVSTEIAI, ltrluced Se% ere
Labor, liablablpa, Erric.ores, Fevers, ac.
There le no medicine extant equal to them
remedial In anal meet. A tone and vigor Is in/-
carted to the whole system, the appetite Is
Strengthened, awl is enjoyed, the stomarh di
gests promptly, the blood is purified, the com
plexion becomes sound and healthy, the yellow
tinge Is eradicated from the eyes, a Linen) is giv
en to the cheeks, and the wrak and net, oun in
valid becomes a strong and healthy being,
PLUOXa ADVANCES , IX ILIA
Awl feeling the hand of time weighing brevity
upon them, with all its attendant ills, ill and
lu the we of tote STATERS, or the TU u
elixir that will Instil hew life Into the Velum, re
store In a measure the energy and ardor of more
Youthful days, build up their shrunken forms,
and give health and happiness to their remain
It hi a well-established fact that fully one-Ludt
of the female portion of our population are sel
dom in the enjoyment of good health; or, to use
their own expression, “neNer feel well.. They
are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely ner
vous, and have no appetite.
To this clam of persons the BITTEFLI, or the
TON/C, is especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made atroug by the nee of either of these
remedies. They will cure every caeca MARAS
/KIM. without MIL
ThiataabiLs of certificates have accountinted In
the kande of the proprietory, but apace will allow
of the publication of but few. Those, It will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing
that they must be believed.
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
Chief Juatlim of the divrelu• Court of Pa., wrltea:
Philadelphia, March 16, 1847.
fiord 'ffoodatura (dermas Inners' LI • good
bole. useful in dilemma of the digestive organs,
and of great benefit In eases of debility, and
want of nervous action In the system. Yours
truly, ORO. W. WOODWARD."
Hon. James Thompson,
Judge of We Supreme Cburt of Peororylvania
.Phasniegollia, April .2fl,
- I /mushier Moorland's German Hitters' • sole
aide essedieese L /ss of snacks of Indigestion or
DX'S/etude. I ern certify tide from my experi
ence of It. Yours, with respect,
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, D. D.,
Pastas' or the Tenth Baptist march. Philadelphia.
to file: I have been froorionley
reisorstait to connect my WMe with reassumes
stations of sHillerrat kinds of needle* see, lost re
ipurdlisis the practice es out of my appropriate
rrl have In all awes declined ; but with •
prout la various Inetairometud particialswb ,
In my owu famlty, of the usefulnew of Dr Hoof
land's 01.01111111 Bitters, I depart for once Rom
ray usual course to express srly wenvictlon
Wok's, 9.lserat areas(' a f Oar Aram, Una eweelar
k fir LP*. Orraptowd, L role owe oatiraW prs.
paredicue. ' In some cues It WAIL3' 611; but usual
ly, I ikiabt not, It will be very beneficial to those
wbo gutter (row the above 611.1.94 You very
respectfully, J. KMYNARD,
Eighth, bekow Coates Bt.
From Rev. E. D, Fendall,
Assistant Editor ‘7brilittaii Chronicle. Pitllada.
1 have derived •-isekled benefit from the use of
HoodaniEs Gentian Bittern, and Gel It my pair'.
Ire to rewsnimend tin ea as a most rideable ton
ic, to all who are metering from general debility
or from drseases arising from derangement of
the liver. Yours truly, E. D. FREDA LL.
llonifiunrs Cierunut Remedies are eoUriterfelt
ed. See that the RiglUittlft of C. fit. JACKSON, Is
cm tie wrapper of men bottle. All inners me
Principal office and idanufurtriu• tit the °m
inas Mullein) Store, No. in! ARCH Street, Plill
MARLS* ..1L .1111.411%
Formerly C. JAC=Szi.
licwilanors Gelman Ititt.er• i bottle. • SI le
f down, - 5 00
Hoollan.Ps German Tonle , tap in quart bob
ties it 50 per bottle, or • halldosen for $7 N.
tor Donot forget to examine well the article
You buy. la orates to get the genuine.
WI.? or sale by Druggists generally.
Jan. 17, Ingt, 17
POSIT GUAPE WINE,
Med by ineoubTela of Omigropettems
amemet ftr Mira or
,Itrorienyor Lodi,* and Weaktii Itrient
Opal Port Grape lf tor, Few Tun OIL'
EM'lastly celebrated native Wine Is made
I the Jules of the Oporto Grape. raised In
country. Its Invaluabkt
Mae wed Strengthening Properties
are a tuaarpained by any other native Trine. Be
lag the pure Juice or tba grape, prodaced under
Mr BMOen own pommel supervision, Its parity
and genlibiener are
al its generous qualities, and
the weakein invalid may use It to advantage. It
is portiatiarly beneficial to the aged iwal
and salted to the various ailments that al ,
Met the weaker sex. It Is, In every rearpect,
WINS TO BS ANLISD ON.
Jimaleb tee Elpeere Pbei Grape Winn.
Teamles nee Speer'. Tart Grape Wine.
Weekly wows Med element ter Lte
Speer's Wines in Heepitale are preform( to oak
bold iy wa Orem*.
Mena repelled by Johneoe, Hl:Mealy
Oradea, sad irreaai. Wawa& • crs," la Phlla•
A. Speeee Vakelad, New Jersey. Mee. Si
Brcadway, /1 New
OYES! 0 YES!
ELI 72 i n a l l A . e gg * ti=
ataslaerable la lbetmeetwea
blitetelf Qat via be able la render
essaselleales la an 01/1611. Peet as addraie,
Gewee•le_ . Adams as.,
710 e. ' • 17
/ W° K l lat , 4'.li-°-11'0-'-
WS 011XTLIS TO TIIII INIVIDAAND.
Be gentle ; there are boars ;bob he
By anxious awe ts towed
And shadow* deep Be on hie brow,
By boshtene trtalserossed,
Be gentle; 'tie Wynn be tans,
And thinks, and Maims to pin
Home comforts, and bontetutplatodo
Don't Let him Strive In maim
- gentle; though setae hart,' word
Should 61.11, It epee not meant;
A smile, a harsh word will recall,
And many more prevent.
Be gentle; 0, 'twill cootie much care
And make each burden light;
A gentle tone wfdd smooth the brow,
And draw an sneerer bright.
Be gentle: though It may seem bard
To dwell an asign , WO , *
Yet try, and ti will iamb , Wine
A tali and rich reward.
THE POCIOEiU 07 11/CNOAT iscimets
The Reformists Itausfrawnd, edited by
Rev. B. BillBMIB, asks the question in
the last leave: "Whence originated the
Sunday school!" It answers It In the
following way: "It has been usual to
say that Robert Ralkes founded In Eng
land the first Sunday school in 1781
From thence It Is thought to have been
brought to New England. But now, is
a recent publication—the Sabbath
School Index—which is highly commen
ded by the press, It Is said, that the first
Sunday school of which we have an offi
cial report, was founded 41 Ephrata,
Lancaster county, Pa., by Ludwig
Strecker, in 1747. During a period of
more than thirty years, the school was
carried forward with great prosperity,
until In the Revolutionary war the
house in which it was held was conver
ted into a soldiers' hospital." This
book says further: "In the year 1527
Luther founded his celebrated Sunday
school lu Wittenberg. Knox, In 1560,
established similar schools in Scotland.
In 1580 Borromeo, the Archbishop of
Midland, established Sunday schools in
the Lombardies. Our Heidelberg Cate
chism was publlshedsin 1563. In 1573 it
was divided into fifty-two Lord's Days,
In order that Hie children might have a
lesson for every Sunday in the year. It
was also made the duty of the ministers
to assemble the children on the after
noon of every Sunday, and instruct
them in the Catechism. It was quite
natural for a Christian gentleman, such
as Strecker was, who was raised in Ger
many, to found a Sunday school at
Ephrata "—Ref. Church Afessenger.
ENCOUNTER RETWEEN AN ELEPHANT
A very extraordinary encounter be
tween a rat and an elephant has recently
taken place In the Garden of Plants,
London, which was witnessed with In
terest by hundreds of persons.
The keepers were engaged in destroy
ing a great number of fete; when one of
them escaped and ran to the spot allotted
to the elephant. Seeing uo °trier refuge,
In the twinkle of an eye the rat saugly
ensconced himself In the trunk of the
elephant, very much to the elephant's
dissatisfaction. He stomped his foot and
twisted his trunk around like the sail of
a wind-mill. After these evolutiens he
stood suddenly still, evidently redacting
ou what was best to do. He then ran to
the trough where he wax accustomed to
drink, and plunged hie trunk into water,
thee returned to his den, and raising his
trunk, with the water he had absorbed
he dashed out the unfortunate rat, which
was in a sheet of water like that flaming
from a lire engine. When the rat fell to
the ground, the elephant seized hint and
made him undergo the immersion and
projection four times. At the fourth
throw it fell dead. The elephant, With
majestic air, but cool and placid, crumbed
his annoying little enemy with his foot,
and then went around to the spectator"
to make his Usual collection of cakes, su
gar and other dainties. The feat was
received with vociferous applause, whieb
the elephant seemed fully to understand
A CRACKING BRIDGE —An °heav
ing man, who was recently traveling on
a train, noticed a gentleman and lady
seated in close juxtaposition, and judg
ing from their conduct, imagined that
they were exeeedhigly - intimate. In
front of the einnfortable pair sat two
Germans. When near a certain town
the tntiu passed through a dark bridge.
Amid the thundering and rattling of the
carriages could be heard a noise that
sounded for all the world like a concus
sion of lips. Such hearty smacks star
tled all the party. As we emerged into
daylight oue of the Germans slowly
drew his spectacles down over his nose,
and exclaimed, "Veil, I Links dish led
a bad bridge. I hears him crack one,
two, three, four times." The lady drew
down her veil, and for the remainder of
the trip looked mute and quiet.
BY MOONLIGHT.—A lady corretpon•
dent of a Milwaukee paper, who, writing
under a nom de plume, had received a
note from a gentleman admirer, recently,
In whlteh the wrltereald a lady who could
put each beautiful thoughts to paper must
be equally gifted In person, etc., and
wanted to meet her by moonlight alone,
to which she wrote a consent. She came
to the rendezvous veiled. They walked,
he talked, he made love, and finally
gained consent to take a little kiss ; the
veil was raised for the purpose, and the
love-stricken gentleman gazed upon the
comely features of his own wife.
PUMP OP Eturra.—Consider whether
we ought not to be more in the habit of
seeking honor from otirdecendants than
from our ancestors—thinking it better
to be nobly remembered than nobly
born; and striving so to live that oar
sons' eons for ages to come might still
lead their children reverently_ to the
doors out of which we hare been carried
to the grave, saying: "This was his house;
this was tile chamber."
"BRIDGET! Bridget! why don't you
bring up thelimoliader Raid Mrs. S. on
the Fourth of July, from the top of her
"Why, maim," said Itridget, wiping
the sweat front her red flee with her
checked apron, as she pet her head round
the stalrewie part/tles, "why, warm, you
see the Lee I put In the lemonade is so
hard that It hasn't melted yet, though
It's stirring ever the are I've been for
the lest ton minutes or more."
Tog *tor eland is the St. Moholas
Hotel bar-room, New Yorky rept, for
$5,000. The hotel Itself lets for $ B 4 OOO a
J. C. Am, of Loweß, Nam, Maras
an income of $111421 tide year. It Is all
An Illinois paper says there Is a man
In Olney so dirty that the assessors put
hltn down as real estate.
The minister who boasted of preaching
without notes don't wish to be under
stood to refer to greenbacks.
Au Irishman complained to his physi
cian that he stuffed him so much with
drugs, that he was sick a long time after
he got well.
We Is now supposed to decrease to
about the same proportiou that railroads
An Idaho paper says a man recently
poked Zia bend out from "behind the
times," In that fast country, when it was
taken off by a "passing event."
A thief was lately caught breakicg
into a aong. He had already got through
the flist two bars when a policeman
came up and hit hlm with a stave.
No doubt a lady may be expected to
make a great noise in the world when
her dress is covered all o:•er with bugles.
A country boy having heard of sailors
heaving up anchors, wanted to know
if it was sea-sickness that made them
A despondent editor remarks that If
the country grows IMICII worse, he shall
publish the births under the head of
The man who "took a walk" the ether
day brought it back again; but the next
day he Met a ride and bea not sines been
EVe wee the only woman who never
threatened to go and live with her roam
ma- And Adam was the only man that
never tantalized his wife about "the
way mother used to cook."
Mrs. Partitightti has come to the conclu
sion that there is no use trying to catch
soft water when it rains so hard.
A young man who recently Look unto
himself a wife, says he didn't And it half
so hard to get married as he did to get
A rock fish recently taken from the
Potomac, in Maryland, had in Its posses
slon—inwardly—a certificate of member
ship in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
On the fence ors graveyard in Glouces
ter, Man., is the inscription in large
white letters—"lTse —'s Bitters if
you would keep out of here."
The young lady who was frozen with
horror, and was, subsequently melted
Into tears, was carried out and consigned
to a watery grave.
Philosophy says that shutting the eyes
makes the sense of hearing more acute.
A wag suggest. that this aoconnts for
the many closed eyes which are seen
In our churobes every Sunday.
LOVE OF COLTNTEV..--It IS Mated that
during the war, a patriot in Maine felt
nahamed of remaining at home while his
brethren were in the field, and he aeeor•
dingly addressed the follOwtng letter to
"Mr. Governor Washburn, slr I real u
time I bad aught to be doing somthing
for my ciliary, have you a curnah place
for me ea I ehuld like to have it, It you
have write me and give me instruoshions
what you want me to do.
"Yours truly, ii-T 0-30
HOW TO CLARIFY FAT.—/U every
household, more or less fat of various
kinds will accumulate, which cannot be
used in cookery from its being mixed
with foreign substancee, as, for instance,
the fat after frying sausages, or the fat
from mutton. This fat is frequently wast
ed, or at least converted Into soap grease,
by the young housekeeper, who is igno
rant of the fact that by a very easy and
cheap process it can be made nearly aa val
uable as the best lard. Don'tdet this ma
terial be longer wasted, but try the follow
log plan ; To every quart ofsuch fat, peel
and slice one good-sized raw potato ;
place the fat over the tire and put In the
potato, and cook until the potato is cook
ed up to a scrimp; then remove from
the tire, skim out the potato and throw
away; let It settle, and pour off the clear
fat, which will be quite ae sweet and in
odorous tut fresh lard, and can be used
for any purpose that lard may be used.
A ClatlollB method of killing rats is
recommended le a German journal as
very efficient. A piece of slew or unused
sponge la cut into small pleoes,which are
smeared with butter and placed within
reach of the rats, next to a dish of wa
ter. The rats eat the sponge, and brimm
ing thirsty, drink the water, which
swells the sponge, and in a short time
kills the animals, which are found dead
AN exchange sals - that a hen has the
capacity of laying six hundred eggs, and
no more. Usually they lay a few the
first year ; from three hundred and twen
ty to three hundred and seventy in the
next three years; and the rest from the
fifth to the ninth year, inclusive. The
true econemy, therefore, is not to keep
hens after their fourth year.
How is it, asks the New York Ledger,
that a prisoner may call as a witness his
mother or his daughter, his sweetheart
or his sister, and the Jury will pay all
prol.er attention, and attach all befitting
weight to the testimony; but no Jury is
allowed to hear one word- which a wife
can say to establish the innocence of her
.Ify bark is on the sea," was sung in
rather a boisterous tone the other night,
up town, by a young lady, whereat a dis
turbed neighbor was heard to wish the
vocalist would hurry after the bark as
soon as possible.
13quit.t., popularly known as squills, is
said to be unusually fatal to the life of
rats. In France, where the ravages of
the millions of this domestic pest are ex
tensive, injuring mope, &e., it is to be
lased in a compound to kill them by
IN OHIO, a fruit farmer is plaiting a
mammoth orchard, which will manila of
5,000 apple trees, 10,006 peach trees, 8,000
pear area, 2,800 cherry trees, I,Booliklek
maw plums, six acres of quinces, twenty
acres of raspberries, and eighteen acres of
Lswrs LANE, a negro, was arrested at
Pittsburg on Saturday night for poison
ing his wife—aid to belles third wife he
has made away with.
MIL Geo. Gerberich, late Radical Tres
sun's of Lebandon county, who Is a de
faulter to a eounderable amouut, has ta
ken Bight to parts unknown.
DALLA Cfri7;lllilicii,ticr May tab,
cleated the entire Democratic ticket by •
handboonse majority, for the first time In
60TH YEAR.--NO. 35.
CIESEI.4I. V. S. GRAN!
We have, before, called attention to
the syoophantio laudation of Grant, to
which the Radicals resort to mother
the general mistrust inspired by certain
triats in his character. Colfax lately
prostituted the famous eulogy pro
nounced over the grave of Washington.
He applied to the untried Radical can
didate for civil °Mee, what was said, and
could only be said truly, of the com
plete career of the great and good man,
I approved in each sphere of public ser
i vice, When Colfax called Grant "first
in war, first in peace, and first in the
hearts of his countrymen," it was a
disgusting profanation, reminding us of
the servility of the degenerate days of
Rome, when the living Emperor was
worshipped as one of the gods! While
Colfax makes Grant equal with Wash•
ington, our neighbor the North Ameri
can puts him far above Scott. His vie-
Write, our neighbor tells us, were over
"Mexican militia." This we did not
know. We thought that standing
armies and a chronic, state of war were
the characteristic of the Republic
which long atibrded to us a salutary
warning against beginning civil strife.
Perhaps it was also with British "mili
tia" that Scott fought at Bridgewater,
and Erie, and Chippewa, and Lundy's
Lane. Nay, by an odd contrast, after
depreciating Scott, the North American
cabana the Confederates, and their
Generals, Lee, Beauregard, Johnson, as
a way of exalting Grant, to whom the
credit of conquering them all is ascribed.
We are willing to accord to them all
the credit they deserve; but no one of
them, in our Judgment, ranks above
old Winfield Scott in any military quali
ty. In one particular, even the North
American will not compare Grant with
him. When Scott was before Vera Chas,
be was urged, by some of the young
officers, to take the place by storm. He
said, caluily--"Il win surrender to-mor
row; and if one soldier fell in an un
necessary aasault, I should count myself
We murderer." This, too, front the man
who, in his Canada campaign, by reek•
less, desperate exposure of his own life
(not the lives of his men), drew from
General Wilkinson the reproach that
pewits Atter to be* knight errant thau
• We will concede to the North Ameri
can that the Confederates were as good
soldiers aa our own. It Pays:
We have never forgotten that they
were out countrymen, and brave ones,
too: men of the same race with ourselves,
only ,very misguided, and in great need
of being brought to their sober senses.
But we concede only that they were
our equals in circumstances, and man
to man. We accord to them no superior.
Ity that could make up for inferior n UM
Let us make a comparison. On the
10th of Meech, 1864, Grant, In pursu
ance of an act of Congress, took com
mand of the armies of the United States,
then reported as one million of men.
For his movement against Richmond he
used Butler's army of thirty thousand;
Sigel's of seventeen thousand, and the
Army of the Potomac, one hundred and
forty thousand- Lee's army amounted
to fifty-two thousand six hundred and
twenty-sta area (see Swinton's Army
of the Potomac). If the Army of the
Potomac met terrible obstacles in its
route to Richmond, it was more the
faultof Grant than of Lee. It was Grant
who allowed that route to be prescribed
to his army. And this shows a weak
ness In his character, a subserviency to
politicians, which, now, must not pass
unnoticed. A movement ou Richmond
by water, was an obvious, easy way to
reach it. Grant gave his decided opinion
in favor of it (Swinton, page 408). lie
was turned from it by politicians. They
did not want him to carry out 3feClellareli
plan. lie yielded to them, and the re.
ault fe known. Every step on the over
laud route proved It a bloody, disastrous
blumber. After twelve days' waste of
life at Spottsylvania, Grant marched
away from those Impenetrable lines; his
hew there and in the Wilderness was
more than forty thousand men. Thir
teen thousand fell in as fruitless an at
tack at Cold Harbor. One hundred and
seventeen thousand men was the total
loss entailed by Grant's subserviency to
the politicians, in taking their route to
Richmond. When he at last reached
the James River, he wanted a new army.
In reinforcements - he received ninety
seven thousand men. With these and
the converging army of Sherman he
I reduced Richmond. But when? His
often quoted boast of "fighting it out on
this line, if it took all summer," spoke
I 111 for his military sagacity. It was like
Seward's ever recurring prediction
of "peace In thirty days." It took Grant
all sosanser, all autumn, all winter, and
all the spring of the next year to get
into Richmond. He entered it in April,
1865. With his force untreated he could
have captured it from the headwaters
of the James or the York River, In a
few days or weeks, with little ur no loss
of life. By the course be took be did
not even cover Washington. It was
I never in greater danger than from
Early's march on It In July, 1864.
We recur to these things in no spirit
of detraction,lut In Justice to the living
and the dead, whom Grant's flatterers
depreciate. Show as In this campaign
a 'tingle gleam of that military genies
which attains great results with small
means, or that "beadwork that spares
human life." For the necessary effu
sion of blood In war, the general is
not answerable; for the unskillful
waste of life he is responsible—at least
in the estimate of his claims and his
abilities. We rank Grant below Scott,
In all the estienthils of a great com
mander. If Grant Is to be classified
with other generals, it must be with the
Russian Oughermw, or the Oriental con
querors who thought any advantage
cheaply purchased, if it cost only the
blood of their men. His capacity's liar-
Red In military affairs; he has no ea
parity' at all for civil affairs. HL per
sonal habits are disreputable. There is
no man more unfit to be President of
the United States. Not only is he "un
accustomed to public speaking;" he is
unaceustorned to speaking or thinking
of any thing aerious; he Is wholly fignor
ant and ' careless of the principles of
free government; be is a mere tool lu
the hands of the clique of politicians
who have him in charge. He let them
formally put forth his *pinion as "the
General of the Artny" to Influence the
High Court to corselet the President.
"A General ortEe thus ignorant
of his proper ieiation to the administra
tion of evil Justice, can know little of
the governmeht and the laws under
which he lives, and is surely nhtlo be
t1" 1 " = l6' • • • • • •
oft hey t of the Milted
WHAT COLTAZ SO ASO IS NOT
sThe Democracy always give to the
second office In our Government* Maim
man. John C. Calhoun, William King,
Mutts Van Buren, Samuel Southard,
and other emcee, -have - been carolled
Wang Demooratio Vico-Preeldesits.
The Radicals have contributod
Hanslinos hew llng_deni
agogne, and Andrew Johnson, whom
they selected because they were Milercril
he was not just what he has proved to.
be, a defender and a disciple etketnar
stittition. As they_ seek to repudiate-
Mr. Johnson, the antics of Hamlin are
ail the Vice-Presidential honori to
which they can lay claim. Title thde
they have put forward Schuyler Collet,
a man whose record should be properly
understood by the country.
That record is insignificant, yet not
obscure. Insignificant because Mr. Col
fax has never done alytMng, nit °b
emire because of the aceicieutal publicity
that attaches to Congreeeloota Pulgtkla , -
There have never been Lut two interests
he has sought to serve. The Arai la the
interest of Mr. Colfax, the second IS the
interest of the party Mr. Whit has
thrived upon. In Congress for fburibeen
years he has never proposed a single
measure of which the tendency beano*,
beril Disunion or personal proscription
for opinion's sake. Of the first, his sufe ,
port of the political measures of the Rad
ical party is full proof, Of the second,
his descent from the chair to become the
leader of the ineffectual inoveneent to
expel Mr. Long, of Ohio, "for disloyal
ly," is a specific instance, together with
the unrighteoub rulings by "which he
has silenced a Conservative minority
and allowed a deluge of abuse and trea
son to flow from the red-revolutionlete of
the Rump House,
To have been a Radios( member of the
XXX VIIIIth and XLth Congresses con
signs a man to infamy in history. But
to be the chief of the conspirators Is now
esteemed a distinction entitling 'one to
the second office within the gift of the
American people. He who can met un
der the disgrace will find none to envy
The arguments in favor of Mr. Colfax
are novel. It Is known lie aupporfe
white slavery in the South, and we are
told that be never drinks liquor. It Is
known he has of crushed freedom
of debate in the House, and we ere told
he always wears a pleasant smile. It is
known he adeleed the suppression of
free suffrage by Federal bayonets in lilt
own State, and we are told many ninth.
era name their babies for him. It la
known that though having a not remote
Interest lu the Presidency lie be. Moe
himself to the Impeachment swindles
and we are told.he has curly wltbskete
and Is only forty-five years old. His ity•
inability to argue is °net by the sieseir•
tion that he was clerk to a country stirs
for four years. His entire lack of stater
insnship is balanced by telling tic that
he is the pink of neatness. It le gravely
announced for national consideration
that Mr. Colfax lies never been married.
His celibacy is propounded as an Anti..
dote to his Radicalism, which under
Queen Mary would have land fault at
the stake for the undercooking of is
Au examination of the few ■tteeohee
on public questions which Mr. Colfax
has made reveals no evidence either of
study, sincerity, or thought. They
breathe only the air of the rarest RAC.
calism extant at the time of their dell,.
ery• Beyond a careful suppression of all
facts opposed to his position and a per•
vetalon of all by any fetch in favor of It.
the Speaker has never been able to go.
He has the redundancy of Boutwell 1124
none of lila bincerity. Haien. as "pret
tily" as Banks, and le even more -Po
gramic. He has said many foolish
things. rc is not on record that he sect
said a wise one
The pmmlnence of such a mac 4u our
national councils and In our national
politics would be Impossible, or. at Ituet,
anomalous under any other than Radl•
cal regime. Assurance, and a luaus en•
ergy have done more far him than a life•
time of solid service from Trumbull 44
Fesseeden has Leen able to accomplbta
for themselves, or totrany Radical*
against whose name wilt wxitteu the
title of Statesmen. It is the era of mere
politiclaus in the Republican party, and
demagogues flutter forward Or it While,
till, party and all, they go to their - filth
The African Conference of the Malan
dist Episcopal Church, In melon at.
Washington during the days of /nii,
peachwent, had the supreme implitlenee
to petition the United perdue Senate to
convict Andrew Johnson of high, trope ,
son, and oust him trout the Whits
House. When a grave Kai fe iM Roe ,
gress—the must renowned that has sent.
before occurred in the history of the .
Governmenti-for a set of pretended'.
Christians tOrattempt to influence sworn
jurors by a System of "outside pressure"
utlknown to the ConstituUon. Sala Laws,
caps the climax-of Alsieen impudence,
If President Johnson were sow to turn
around and arrest tit... Whole gang, and
try them under the "setiondaectkut" of
the articles, as conspirators assiant, Iba
Union and VAntstitutiou, as General
Jackson did Arbuthnot and Antbeister,
he would only serve them exactly right.
They had better be a little modest in
their pranks for the future, or tbal was
come to grist.—Frederick Union,
RADICAL ESPIONAGE.—The recent
seizure of a whole masa of private tele
grams at Washington, ostensibly to see
if somebody had not been attempting
to corrupt the Eleuste,.but really, to sie
certain for party purposes -what corres
pondence ascempanied and grew out of
the defeat of Impeachment. the Rev
York Journal 4f Oonuneres deuoteneas as
aa infamous violation of prhiste rights,
adding: "There la not *State in Burepeo
West of Resale, where any either. acre ,
could have been attempted without ewe.'
hug a whirlwind of excittuent dears.'
ous to the hand that wielded nick**
arbitrary power. Our fathers would
have burled from any statioo the Man'
who dared to suggest such en asrault on
Individual rights" The telegraph man.
agers, it Is gratifying to see, begin hi;
realise their own responsibility in APS
matter, and the Western Union fires;',
is now announced, have rehired hi,'
respond to another call made upon
them at Washington to-da.User up pri
vate dispatohee. If this entt of thing
were to be coati:seed 14 le eartain.than
the bush:tees of the limn would anon he
largely curtailed, for ptoptS,ll44, 1 1 14
trust their dispatches wets theta ...et
sacred private OoDeerita,•lllar be Ulna
overhauled at the will of Ausaupelotte
usurpers. As well might thew COOVell'
aorta comMitteee go into thapostodiewa
and seise the letters there doPellitoi- -
snow as a "carpet-Liner". SO, .1!•
will show you & supporter, o(9nutt shg