The Montrose Democrat. (Montrose, Pa.) 1849-1876, October 31, 1861, Image 2

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I . : i:- War Iritelligent* -' - 1 • \ Bbtir. 7.4:tirtim' ant ..„
- A tattle took . place On `the UPper 1 -Vol. BMWS ichargeS- and ispeeitimtions
Potemse et Mondavi. dint week,,be. t against Gen.: Fremont are'l published.—
t ween Edward's Ferry and Leesburg, ; The Chargei ;include neglect of duty ' and
which lasted from nine o'clock in the ' unofficerlike-Conduct;!,disOhedience, of Or
niorniug-Outil eight o'clock in the even. I tiers, conducts nubeeolningin "officer and
ing. The forces engaged were the troops . ! a gentleman, 'extravagance and:waste of
of Gen. Stone's division, and *Jorge body I ,publie moneys, and despotic anittyranni.
of rebels, said
to from . 5,000 to. 10,000 4 . cal condueu• -- Among- . thwSpecifications:
strop ,under General Evans The .i u l. : are the alleged railnie of Fremont to re-;
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wince - - of Gep. Stone's army. crossed the i pair to St.:loes' anti enter upon, his du.l
Potomac in two bodies—into at, Edward's I.t ics--Ins. negleCtin to , reinteree Lyon,
Ferry and the other at Harrison's Island Meeker and Mulligan-4LS 'Suffering Brig.' ;
- .......avnine o'clock, corning in collision with General llutlbutt, t.a common drunkard,"
the eneniy, a revere skirmish was kept to continue in command .-his rernsinwto I
up until twoo'clock in the afternomi,wher see people *lno :sought '• his presence on
-the brigades of Gen . ..* Baker and Gorman matters of iiigant :tidiness-4ns violation
crossed the river and went gallantly in- of presidential order in the matter of his.
t , iletion. At live o'clock . a large. force of i 30th of Angest proclamation -'-hia iincour- '
the rebel. attacked' the right wing, coni-'l-ageinent oraicers t° hold meetings and'
standor by Gen, Baker, who soon fell , writesletterS for p4liCation in prance. of
dead while leading his men to_ a charge.-... I himself andlin denunciation of all who
Before lie fell he despatched for reinforce- rdiffer' from Ildm 7 --his persistency iii -keep.
iments, and . Gen. Stone.came up himself to !Mg disreputable persona in his employ, I . .
the Scene of action with a fresh body of Land his unjust suppression ofthe St. Louis' Ana,llliegtVing .
Proclamk
'-troops. lie found the right wing in dims-l Evening News. There • aro in ~all five I • Whereas: every good gift 'I
- order-atter the death of Gen. Baker, and' charges and twerity4wo speeiticatiOns.:—labevesand comes down to us fret
the left mint* made good its retreat iu es:- iWe append Cel. Bkdr's second specifics= : mighty
,te whom it. is meet, right
eellent order. ' Gen. Stone fell back en i Lion, under i- the . chafge 'of ."disobedience I-bound:eh duty of every people
Ilarrison's Island, which lie now holds,to-lOtorders." t It relates to Gen. F. l remont's 1 thanks fOrCilis mercies ; Therefot
gcther with all its appteaches.. The af- ! proclamation, whiel l t`. President. Lincoln ! drew G. Curtin, Governor - of ti
- t .ir appears to inive, . been a protracted i directed to be Modil l eil' " . 4 • •1 1 monwealill'ofPetinsylviinia, • do;
Skirmish :which lasted throughout the I Specijiration 2:—t u the Soar day .of I mend to the people' of this I
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' day. Only I,soo:men were engaged onAugust, • I gal,. th mid Major General I wealth, that thew set apart Thusl
•our side, while it-is stated that the . force ' John C. Fremont Dived tho. following i twenty-eight h 6 . l_November , out
of the enemy was very- large,,lcrobably rpro.lamatien: I: :• 'I ,• . ; aay of solemn Thanksgiving, 'to I
-from fonr to t , -n thousand. •.- j [Here collars the! proclatnation which having prepared our corn and
The rebel army before Washingtol , was modified by - i Ie President with re- ; .mr fiirrows, and blessed the,lab
!have agq:ll matbf a backwardinoveinent, I speet to declaring slaves free behinging husbandman, aniltirowued the y
desertin - g, Virginia and the Loudon an'4 !to persons in arms, against. the, United ; Ilia goodness, in " the - intweast
Eanipton Railroad. The Whole advrillt..'C S.lttte•Sl'• . I ''' . - •.: - ; grontiti and the gathering_ in of
.of the rebel army 'were concentrated :it I That on e -
the=-ti'Y t , f —;*1801,' the. thereof; so that our barns arch
'Pai4ix. Court, Itonse.:- They have torn iPresident of the I:1 p led States ordered, plenty :• And for having looked
up the track of the railroad, •fin. fear that I the :said Major-Gen 4al J.-C. '.Fremont to lon this Coininonwealth and site!
Gen-McClellan should use it to • transport I modify the said,' kochunation, so as to : the bats °filer gates, and ble.
troops towards and into Leesburg., where make it conform to' an•act :of Congress en -children, within Tier, mid neide in
a rebel depot was stationed.. The. Union .: titled,."An •act :to I confiscate 'pro ,
perty • ()rope mind. and
_Preservi'a pea.
forces: have oectipied the dserted rebel ; used for insurrectionary pinposes, - ,' rp. I borders ilesee:,hi:or Hirn , a.so,
posts, and Gen. Wadsworth, with a FII:all !'proved August .0, 18(31,, , iviiieb the said of these Vat; ed :!:;frits, that ()Ir.
Union force, even pursued the "retiring" I • 3laior-General l J. 't,l. -- Fremont has ever ; country !tiny li.:ve•d•oiv,vinee fr
- rebels to within a mile of the Cetirt lIons•C, ! sin';.e I . iINI, neglectOd and'rettised to do, ' great.arilslvire:+f_dir , -_ , --s whe
when they, bein:- ' strengthened, tio-i;vdl in di'sobeilience of said cooler anti M con- is comprsht'.! nntilhat 7), ;•-' Wl l r
and fired, lint, without doing any iil,i•iry.,. I tempt of the authoriiy of the President of • still the , outfa -s "s I‘CPert e^-e, ,'
!It is now placed
"beyond doubt'that ' the United States. I 1 tidy and rebelli•-•:::A ocorle,..:!•1
the rebels have compete control of they Specifithiion 3‘.---That„ after the order ! clean hearts, -and leaow a it
lower Potomac. • Commander Craven, 1 aforesaid of said President of the United , within 'hem, a‘•ll . gi‘".. til'-'lll g
Who arrived in the flagship Harriet Lane ; States - commanding ithesaid Major-Goner. I they may see the error of-: heir v
,i at Washington. Tuesday;- reports that al al Fremont so to - Modify , . his said procia- !,bring forth fruits meet for repent
- number of vessels bound -,
dowlohave beep !minion, he, the said! Fremont., did, en or hereafter, in all godliness and
, . stofped, and are hying to under the 'pro; !about the 21 . 444' of September, 1864 I ollediently walk in in His holy.,
teetton of the flotilivat Indian Head, and I cause to be_printed and circulated 'a large! meats, and in sob:Dist:inn to the
that •the Freeborn and Island Belle had ,' number of his proclamations in orirrinal ; manifest anthoril v of dui repnbh ,
thrown several shells tr ',Monday into the I form, contrary to, the order:oldie Presi z , we. loading a quiet amt peac:No
rebel rrdezvons at Mathias point, which : dent of the - United States Mid in contempt , continually offer unto Ilium our si i
were answored li,y•ilie, unmasking of a . I . of.his,authority. I . 1 .. praise and thanksgiving.
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battery of, eighteen guns, which briskly I - -.....ip.-„‘-..-______ . _
returned the fire, and completely comp_ Melegrap'aip, Ertiorprisp. . By the Governor: , ' ELI
mantled the river 'at that-point. . - New York, net.. - ,f.T.--:-Tite Overland Cal-i . Secretary. of the CoMmon,
A`brilliant skirmish has taken place at been
ifornia Tekgraph has completed. I, I Harrisbuin _Oct. filth, t sof.
- Frederickton, Missouri, in which a par. The following niessagt:
. was received ;
tion of Gen. Grant's division, minder Col this afternoon : 7 -.- I 1. . 1 ' :-_ - '''A large barn on the Pa g.
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• Plummer, defeated the rebels tinder Gen., . - SAN FIIINCISCG V Oct. 25 ; 18 e- 1 •' I East • Bridgewater, orctipieti.l l :
• Low and Jett Thompson, estimated at • 1 To th:. 310 yor V Yetr "York:— ~ 0
I It.is Carter ' was burned down, on Su! ,
five thousand strow*. LoWe was killed, : San FrVICISCO, to New York gends'gree. ,
not known bow the fire ol
and the losseS;on ti. Union side inchided ' tings, andconi:ratuktes her on the eaiin:.;
3 .- Injor GavitCnntl Captai lyman,
Indiana. cavalry. The killed among thi . !
tebels_is Said tol.e .very heavy. Fottr
gulls
.were calittirod by the. Union'forces.
The Unite,l Stites steamer Flag chased
aria cap;iirra the Thomas Watson, from
-Li verpc,otritii ninf.; blockail?
tort cm the 1601 instant. She had a car-i ~..,..,... _ ram• ..o.
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go of 11 alai el and blank o
ets n treat q,whiela St. Josephs,Oct 0:,-,--The Pacific Tel,e
wel'e-seenred by tln , Mag. - • I' raph %vas completed to Sa• n Francisco
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vbsterilav, and was in fine working or4r
• The War in Missouri. • 1.1 , 4 eveaing. 'Thil first. thrilugh Ines
_,4 ,4 a e l , tieoe.mite, ,01 i.r, the . line, is
Oetoter• ''25.-- 7 3.1aj0r Scott, of tivnPral frOin ShiPpen. •‘ - `rionii, . {chief Jus - -
Size - ers•st r •rff; who left Warsaw yesterrhy, , 6., of .Califo;nia, in the .absence.
5.'1) - " frau definite and satisfaetory intbr- i„ f the - Governor, to • Abrahatn, Liueohi
!nation had I), , eti receive.' at Sivlel 3 s e""'l' i President of tlie United States.
tfi4t thellelwisun:ler. Gem nil price had i In consequence 41 the line being closed
brOken np tin i:- camp in Cedar county j east of here before !lye rc&eived notice of
where he . arrived hest hunday
, week, am 1 the line working, last. night, 'we were
where it was sal.: he would make a stain' obliged to hold t he message, with others,
lid give luttle, and columned t heir . rev lover iiirlit. The entegnqse is a COmplete
treat towards the Arkansas line. ' succeSs. - Press d(ispatches. and private
. I ':"'''"'' - 's CITY, Oct. ?.). -- ' l - - - 1 81, er ; business forwarde,d fr(fm here up to
Milne. i..f the- First :Missouri SeOtit.s, ar- : move o ., eloek last ; I : ii ,.,.. ifj „, ei . e jail before
ii, , ,a hire -to.lay on the ste"" 4 " .. N tlx I the public. in 011'4'M - ilia tI i
, 1 •Lteinorning,
City, and reports' that,, on the 10Th, on e
This completion !of th 4 last link of - the
. liandrt4 and' fifty of his re . giniciit,- under 1 ; orienu TelegTai l ih c . (cit ,, c „,,,, Bace
\l .r' white,"Ti" . " l / 2 01 the r` 4 " 4 =" 7-1- iS," 1 With-the GOhlen:Hdiii, traversing nearly
at. Lexinetsm, and recaptured • the l' l "ce Live thonsand mile 4 with one continuous
anitall the sick and wounded, together I wire, and bringing those) two points wsth
with a quarnity'of gnus, pistols and other 1 in two hours' telegraphic .itime of each
. articles, which the rebels, threw feway in i .
I other. ~ .-
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0 their flight. Two ideees ofsannon.which.; The next westard extension. of 'the
I were in the fort, were also captured.— I line. will be, via Biihrin! , •?s Straits, to the
The Sioui City te•onght down about - one : Ir i crath o f th.e A mo , r ,e,.„, v ,.,„ :which point
hundri:4l of our sick and wounded—among !
the huss'aii Governiren is Already con
.,them Colonels White and Grover, udio,.
~, t iuel:,, ,.
ii a:v.,.
edlnmer, ,
me,- -- at Moseow.
' are slowly:Tee-reline.. The rebel garrison T! , i , , sil ,,, r .,, , ,., 1 ,,,„
..„ f, ie , ::,. .:;. D .
numbered C.ree hundred. The condi; i, , •ti, ca h ,,,, pr i,j eote j , e ,-1 l ias l e ,„ f or so h mg
• of L..x.iinrten is reported as deplorable.— , a t i, l :- :. , adv , ioalintz i , • .
Portions ot - the town , have been stripped i
, The Completion of tii - O Ameidenw Tele•
of everythirip., :ii d • ninny of the inhaliit- graph to the -Ainoor river, will leave
ants art.-nctuak sufferiug for the toes- scarcely arvthin - g !thriller to achieve in
series of life.
••telegraphic. enterprise. • It will connect
l'"1 --1-A; Me., Ott 4e The c "l' t 'l l ' e Of I Anierica with Europe via Moscow. and
Creek. is eontirnied. The place was : 4 ,
Lynniorough lines, either already built or pro,
surrounded on the 3 4th by Itrier•Wrig, ‘ lll:s l
jeeted, with alkthe impOrtant commercial
eaValry, the same that rootet I tile (euets points in China, India. Jeddo in &pan,
under Capt. Robbins, and a number of 1 and even 11.1elbontine,,in Australia.
-other 'prisoners, bededi l ,g. th e sherit.W OneVerY impiniant feature in this pros
the Clunty, were yak:::. A rebid captain ' peel, is the fact, thi;it when the lines to the
and lieutenant We - re k:Ile.1 in the nft:ur .!moor areifinishel frogs both •sides,. the
near Lebanon, ,and LiM-Col. Somers 1.21:- whole „.„,id „i l l , e ~i,l telegraphic con
prisoner:- Ail - the nrispners taken •,,at . nectionovith but• brtv miles of submarine
both places, sevent)-feur in number, ll'.ve cable across Behr ng''S Straits.
Arrived here. - -.0. .011. +O- --
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In the skirthish near Lebanon, on the- i SPITI Houton -- r -, eceshes "
1 1
12111, between tiro comp:mies of Major I The Richmond lEnquirer of Friday last, :1137.1 . g0ne fully:fx encr.:4ll; a...
'll'i - lgitt's cavalry and abont four hundred. contains a lettertiom Sam Houston da- ' tempts to vlllify his neighbor
rebi.ls.,•previously t•ported, the lattcr lost : ted September 14, which iras written for j sympathisor or otherwh e, wi:
sixt:--two killed and .seN einem wounded, I the purposeof delining position, and in ' nition of the So.:Ll:ern emit
] - four It:tort:01v, and thirty-six were taken j answer to an article Which lie saw in , the. be_ marked by, community as (
prisory•rs. :Major W . .tight's loss was only :New York Held atria the 15th or 16th j only raising the cry of " stop
one killed and a few wounded, ' • jof August, which states that Gen. Hotts- who is,-at heart, a ditignionist,
Ms-sengers say that a scouting party [ ton - has no syinpathy with the rebellion.' boring, here at the North to 1
front Camerf , n, numbering one hundred .He says - that previous to the act of se- !by lying, what Davis is at !tit
' - tnen, have kern taken prilaners by some ' cession of Texas,lhis opposition'to it was : fighting. Alike .traitors, the fo
six Itrahlred rebels at 3licabam, Caldwell.; open and avowed•-; but since thett he -has be Meanest, because a coward
county.. A detaclunkt of, 400 United,j changed his opinibn, and isnow with the I : is . .
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States troops at Cameron were ready to i South in nil her Mosvements. 'He declared
,1 6..."`"The - Public-desires to
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irmrch to the rescue, when the train left. that there'll Howl no Union sentiment is !it is that: whil'e the North h:
Another party of front fort Yo sixty reb- I Texas; hoWeverrtiong it;inay have been 1 el. fie
ld .estunaten at over hal
els-was in-Carroll, county, and bad eapt,l atone time. and that ": the Spartans were : t ' ii
wed seventeen of Colonel Morga , i's men. I not more united.indefence.of their eo nn . : (;512,O00) We still continue to
Colonel Morgan: had started. in pursuit. : - i try and liberties thait is: Texas united in ! with : a reported numerical :V
The Union scouts report the totainntn-l•s'upport, of the Sandie: 1i Confederacy." lot ten to one gentinst us. W
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bey oritrtned,rebelin Southeastern. -3f is- ! . ;Lswer,
•, Iftheyehels planned
i • 1 lloware' of Chearlioiseis. -
swirl at six thousand. , .
A man di'•ect. front - Gen. Puce army-, ! On Friday hist .A stranger
,•came . irtt.').l ( k.s , m'E'' shourd•sar-tli,ey . allot
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ferior so thatthey
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.i . ,„ gp i, atyre i s i n eves- , Honesdale with 1. ve.-y fine yang horse, ''.: numbers, , .
says. Jackson's rebel:
which he offered 'fOt. sale;: or : trade on. j almost sure of .victory in ever
tuon at Stoekton,the count W, seat' of Cedar
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t‘ttntv. which place Ben .7.4.titulloch -.was:: ternis which excitedthe stispicion that the land have the chances, in case
. - ;horse was stoleni No' : action :was taken,
approaehing,,..with - frant six to twelve thoh- • fortune should - turttamanst t
jbV the horongli authbritieis however, ex. 1, . '.'
mild reinforeenints for Price. - •'. • • .
The statement in the W:lshinc , tiln env- -L- &' .' 1' -'••• ' •
, pt t ,:tt the horse,,
_. few,. ~
was detained - ti • capmg without a severe def
-continues- to
-respondence o f t h e Nell Pori: Tribune; I hours by the : stable in I federal - Geier:St
that Captain Prince, the commandant
lwhlcb he was plit,- While' the pretended i against
. stiperior niiniber, we
Vert Leavenworth, refuses to recognize ' , owner wig klickkliig up; a - 'purchaser. •• Fi-•nisin so crazy a pine . ica adv . ,
i s !,nally after entOri threats oflegal proceed-.;g hat .
do ttOtl
.Gee. Fremont us his superior officer;rnauagers4ant tO 19
!Thal: againit `the five# *man, the stranger •
-untrue. -
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obtained steed and pushed on tolLiw- 1 1 ) .6 " ibe° l u., b .
his ' . pi
shed • ich we
13?" A telegram, Rays that. on :the 25th fey";:isn . FliiliyieeAag two 'Men' from
- .E'retimant's May ;nerd, (300 men) headed ; SO4th,Giirion, 7S:use dh — sxma Comity, ,ar
-7.310j0r &pm, - made a charge au a i=rived here in pniatut Of the thief. - Being
hod:1_010e enemyielbeireamp at Spring- ; put -upon Ili -traxV4 - ;thqy' iironeeded to
fed, 2043 , 3 oirt2ooatmag"; fra caraPlately 'Mairley.ithere'he was OreOted - aisd_ the
rented „them _olaarthilnita **intim. town 'Profterel OkrVette: „Thirlhiszt
hoisted the—naCional r sae .0a- the .Court ; - Airhosen 2 o'll% Is
-Howe, and rtstirid .on 'a xeinfOl*teeet -at present confined le onr Ceturty,
he has 4mady.iniaid -' ItiraN •
pletion of the enterprisss Which eouneets
the Pacific with thej Atha :ie. ,
( i .
both .
May the prospth i ty of ,iith cities .1 - )e
increased therehy, mai the ' projeetias- of
this import:mit worl4rneetj with hohorand
reward.
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11. F. TrsciirstAxEß,-
I.lllavdr of Frah'ciser
7,11 R MORTIWBE =_DEMENRAT
Turalf:;mo FEZ AMIE, urn vitro
CilZiriXtXTEiCr,J; -
EDITOR, PUBLISHER, AND PROPRIETOR.
moNneogz, TEVILIMAY,OCTOSEIi .
NoVicE.—The aullscribers to the MoN-r
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ROSE -DEMOCRAT, will please - take notice .
• I
Oat owing to an arrangement by which
a new-set of subscription books are to be
opened on the — nr - of January : llB62, all
accounts duo for the present nd .past
years 'haat beiettled before thait time, or
orrearape rates scat . clutraftl. -.Novem
ber court .will be the, time 'to "square up."
Attend to it ! .
We haves numSer, of notes and ac
counts...of years standing, which we have
Marked thus: "To Dc srrrt En log SUED,
EINII!!MMEMEMM
-•Zl'"One more dEthee to enli
atlyer:isc..ment, m this, paper.
v:r. This is the last opportt
Tire Susq.ilitles, Capt. J
leave to-day , for the South.
"" It was quite fashionab
the campaign fore I;epubliean 1
clainh that those who voted the
is ticket were , seeeSl4ionists.
'the State has gone Democratic I
majority, the more sensible ot:t
cease their cs,y-of "tory "; but
tlarin stubix t ruly adhere to fills:
dons that Pennsylvania has -re:-
against the Union.. We are
let whipped parties whine to th
content ; but we do not kw . u
they Kaye a right to afford aid
tbrr to the enenin in this way,
If the leaders of the "Southern
cy" did not know Govt what s(
wicked lit enienate,it Would
ly gra - fifying,lO thetwto react
of the defeated party. But
knavery, we do not take Jeff.l
to be tools, and these IZepub
may'not therefore, do much
slat things . ,lr iiersisted . in,
by the leaders to dupe s tlie ma?
p:c at the South, to the great
Uilibn sent line'
:encouragement. of the
we trust that all papers 'whit
really eng,aged in aiding ; the 5(
bellion. will now-cease their wi
talk about a Northern .secess
A great deal- of past_ slang ca
looked, ccuisidering the so
whence' it - came; but that o. cd
'who eontinues to holdout the
ly covertly, that there
party, or other
: influence at the I:urth (txeep
abolitionists their kin,)
. - •
fully responsible
`at ally of Jeff..
'We of thelifOrtkhariiow
eryttiiiii; to pull .ttie war : vi„!
all we i!ow want, pd. iwglit,
.sietory , ; *wive dtv't!liolt t
yolk Mitt' ill 4 '
yet more eencturAyb .1 "
,ereAret
^f Bull Runs awl Ballaßlu
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'From the War hi-the Gra .: - I
TheikiiiitoriteCiain; . - (i., - ‘k-':stii;kiliOlf';
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of -; - .liLeiitat . . - • . ,itriii4;itt• NeW York! last
NV - Celt .. brio - Air t'oileral ....ace ! mints of the .
battle at iiiinta-.ll,olaisliintr and at the .
mciutli : 4 thOlditssiiiippi Wirer.- -'-:' ••- ':-,
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•-:- --. Tun YU:4ff killaSTW 11,08.0
The fight occurred on the morning of
rOctober 9. . The..Zonavelctimp was shim...
ted - Oti Santa - Ittin, Island 1 ithouf Otte Mile!
[from Fert.Fieltens, and W . so distributed
ti I
• S! to'tairatitindrall ' the il . prittiChes•to the
is
Fort, and,alSofto protect he batteries.—
The rebel litices,:one -th %liana five hun 7 ,
Bred Strong; embarked from !the Flmm-
Lcilla wail Yard'in three large steamers,
Fund landetl•on•the s.sktial.abOClOnr miles!
-• -----7-7-----.--- . . above the eatiip. ' ! lt wait about 2 : a. tn..
C We intend to devote most of our 1. • very} - . • . . • •
- , and dark. : ' ] . •
tune - daring Noi:ember court, •Io•tho sett li The It chola rapidly . forMed'... their' vol.
dement of - nOotnits, generally, and sub= • tuns, and proceetleksiltintli Ito Wards the
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scription neettiaatsilewticularly. ~AuFiii);. Z ottava camp, hoping to effect atkal saC-.
have not paid up arc invited' to settle up : rikel: In' this • they ivcreibut partially
and. be ready for . ininitig over a No w i successful ; the picket guat4 stationed - .
aboUttix, .hundred yards front the eatitp,t;
Leaf for the -New-Year. See Jury Lit,
'if you want to send-the money. . •,.diScovered and tired' upon tlterii. - This ! -.-,
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.. •- .—...,--4.40.......... • , ,gave the alarm . and saved the regi m ent .`)
arum removal of Fremont caoses a ' from annihilation: - The attack of the - en- : Con
diversity ( copinion among tho. people . s u er cubt:ins wati simaltancos, and yid- will
and a great 'deal: of disaffection is • show n; ! 1 11 % eer i t I l l i t t ' f ! y v .:V 3 e g is ' e l!' , l fi n t i ed li . l l: l o n .- ' fit 1 ..1 1 :: I :
by a certain tditSs,, wl,O Ore most for that' leaving-their.ealup in • the ltstids of - the I
hot heads silly ' idea •of freeing the' rebel 4- which: they' . 'humedi.itely (anti , 1
slaves. Like lorn they reolini that as a• .
- i moto r ed burnitie:. .I
.. -I The volittitcor•4 were lerlli' msn•weil
matter. - of more value than restoring t h e - - • • • ' 1- ' ' " '•• ' •
~ . : • andColonet Wilson is very t o uch o censured
Vnion ; bittLwe remind them of the fact , fo r t h • • fr • . 1. .• .r7Td• • ..
, , , e Ille iLl.el.l • ant , mant.o sgt 1 ss
'that Mr. Lincohytas not -yet decided to 'played in"the amints. Ile dill not arrive !
rtbstolett . the Union :mil prostitute his ad-: at the scene of metion Malt all wa.4:ovet
Ti! , e camp'of the INs to regunent was O.' .
in:nistrat ion to. the fittlil ends of abolition
. inoA totally (I . ..siroye4, offieers. and mein .
fa,:a • th• - s. Tdbeliat this di ffi culty is to bt.
losia , everything. Major Newby had a
&Tlored, there 'are now but two sides to i narro w (,cape !'runt p i lit + . li e „„ is
c".toose—for or q g Ainst the government.' Coetin,•4l to lila bed (!angerottsly ili at the 1
Where:tit) younStand gentlemen ? Show • time of the . aitatlt,:tatl haying 'beet, :e4;st- i
your Mori; t - :ed to : ) ,,i•ss by his servanis, was iii; the
. i point of L....111q„.1:1i. gnat te whet ,tee: the
.! tehels charged- up to the, dere.% (hen or
his servants. wasinstantiv.kii'l, (.1m i the
tether LAE% prisoner, The '4l ; :j,lr lev:(1!...1
his revolver awl shot (ye el . the -ebvis
through the head, and then ilas'-ier-(r;ick
ly out of the house i lte saece(.:lled in Mount
ing bis horse, and rode sa* tit;.«ii,.„ l l the
Solna ai,al I c ts ,i,,,,..,61 1.4.p1. , :! 4;:a. by
the. (Us:Tr .int ed unen:3, t ; m.l:-(4n :. field
'office: wotild hay.. b”011 :I, gre:4 . nr.r.e.
F:4 - irt_ Pickens" Was, lri,t •tts! t hue, thor
oughly an•ltused,:(llll f-hree e tuppaites of
regulars came to Wilson's assist:it:c.c.—
It Wag now 0 , 11: turn, and tit' rebels etim
meneed 'retreating to their' boats, closely
rolloweil by the reglOars,.and.a.'s.nall.num
ber of volunteers, keeping tip a 'destruct
ii-C fire npon them, killing, and Ivottmling
A large number.: The rebel's finally sue
'seeded in reaching their boats but were '
not permitted to depart so easily. Their 1
steamers were abort - five, hundred yards
from the bench, and our men poured vol.'
ley . opon volley into the crowded' mass, I
every 'bullet told, and by the short-14 and I
utter conthsion of the enemy it wtey i
clearly evident that we hall oOtaluell am
pie sail's:l:Zit ion 11(r the insults to our fl og ,
The regular soldiers behaved nohly,and
great. ercilit,i, (ire to Capts:ltobertson
and 1-1;1(1, and Lieuts. Seely and Layton for
the admirable coolness they displayed
in manouvring their respeCtive;eornn,a..ds.
The Sly.th regiment r9st ten killed, six
teen wounded and iiine:risoilerN ; the
regalsrs•lo ; :.t lour killed, 20, wounilea and
ten . pris(aiers: ' The 'rebels lint by their
own sthteinent, 350 killed, :tvoinid.,%l and
missing We took thirty-five, prisoners-,
including three doctors, , WllO were re
leased. .
,
igr i
An incorrect ' statement; of the 1
. military fund of the dituty ,bayiig
appeared itisome ofthe county papere,we
git'e a cermet statement, as foliows:
Amount of tat: levied, $5436; . 10
Deduct exoneration ,
. „
and .peret.'to COI. $250 00
Anet expended" to- • '
,Nov. Ist, :3020 23= 3270 23
. .
Leaving in the TrestaWy - , - $2185 87
. We.nre autbOilzed.toatate - that:44- re-;
lief to families -of,, volunteers will be con
tinned and that the funds noiiin the
truaaury, raiSO-fet that pOrpose_areso,
tleientibr nextthreepopilis.
lis from
inithe A!-
y', anti the
render
re 1,. Ai! :
he Qom.
retiotn-
Damon. ,
day; I.lle
Kt, -:01 a
God for
watered
•rs of Oe
tear with
of the ,
hefrui:s '
lied with
itycirably
rgthiene4 •
Rsed the
en to be ;
,e in her
ontiehalr
beloved 1
loin those i
yit h she
ferelfully .
;'ent, mr
,
ake thon
lit: spilt
are that
The priheinal and heat Invent=
/Vt 2 and .OperatiVe DentiA is non' in SZ . e'w
inert of truth and. kuetviedge
Car We learn that a new ,post e:".lee
haz!..been established; in the old yinao: of
Great lend, on' the South'Fide of the riv
!.er, tailed "Great Bend Villago," . and
James B. IlleCt:eary, jr., appointed Post
master •
;tyS,
ni;ee, awl
liollest.,
onunand•
just and
that
fill , may
keriNve of
Teachers' Institute'.
Tile next meeting' of the Snsq'a Co.
Teacher's Institute-will be held in Jack
son on the 2lst; 22d, and 2M, days of
November next.. The address of the Rev.
J. K. Peels will be delivered on Thursday
ernoon or evening and followed by the:
others nanlid :to deliver .aldresses_ as
thought best by the committee on exe
cises. Teachers of Stn.q?a • County,. will
you not turn out and strive •to have the
het Instittlte eve. held the county ?
Let• all answer ,v es.
iII.TIN".
livEn,
I, vealth.
in
Pat rick
Ida v ott.
iginatcd
—see :rn
ow or
By..ortler of the Committee
Oct. 2:st
The roll call, ten days after the
battle, of the 'lOtir, re g iments, parts 01
which were in the 13111'.4Bluff battle, show
nine hundred and,:fifty three missing.—
Out ofseenty,four I:ne officers but thirty
returned safe,:and of thirteen field Mlle- .
ers only ti.fee returned We. (Hillis nine
hundred-and fifty-three there may be a
few* 24 ix ag. g e •.*y e t who will report them-
IL IA uns
MEM
apers to
etnocrat
uis that
y :t largo
le sheets
few of
Jury List—November Term.
thsnitta
lly voted
eir hearts
•
whether
ands 'com-
Anlatrn—Jf'nettlian Blumell,C. E. Dav
is, Uria!l 11o11inthaelc. I). D. Willard.
I.trid;tewater —II. 11. Ilarriligion.
Brooklyu—Daniel Tewksbury, IL W.
Kent.
Dinmek-- , Aitios littrdiek, jr.
Frieade..yille—Santnel Horton.
Franklin—cli.wles Warner.
• Great 13ens1, 7 =Enos. Stoddanl. '
net - rick—Abel Kent. Henry Lyon. .
.Tackson—:Ambrose Benson.
• Markham, S. Warner.,
- Howard. •
3lontriseSolonton I,angdon..
Middletown—Richard O'Dminell.
cr ford -Orest: IN
StlSqllellaillia—James M. B:lldwin.
Silver Lak—llettben 'Meeker, Morris
McDonnell., - •
Thomson—Elias Bryant.
or not.—
MEE
Tree these
ext rtibe-
to org,a)v,
I all their
tvis Cu.
lean variis
!rm. Still,
11 be used
es of peo 7
injury
.of
t, and the
use ; and
THAVERSE JUJlORS—itrar
• Auhnru—George Carling, E. J. Lacey,
Alonz.l
13r:414water—S. A. 'Pett is.
BtOns, - .llepry Cudde.
'f:el- E. S. Lewis.
Ci!re..nnut--Mathew Mcinnerny.
. 1 1 .:!idafr—Charlcs Daniels. • •
I.Y•nock---T.orin-Newton.
P!-.. , ) - 1:lin---Edward Churchill.
C: b)n—.T,acoh Dut
-e ISt ewmara.
ilqrfurd—Oliver Paynejr.,Eli.Thateli
er:
Ifaraiony-4.-Richard A. Webb. • .
Faurot.
linotrlton,John Steen-
1 arc not
uthern •ie-
•ked]s false
one • party. -
be (wet : -
!tree from
t spealaT
ilea, oven
; a traitor
,s.atloll, or
amays .
be held
e r.nd
^..i, ,pleen
. • . •
Lennx--- . -Liman Btll, Wm.• D. W.ler,
WM. Miller I jr., D. S . Powers. -
Liberty-9. W. Crandall, B. B. Sont.h
worth, !teary A. Truesdell.
MAdlet(iWn—John S. Davis.
..-Ne*Siiltlird—S. R. Bell.
Rush-D:T.
Susfineltanna—A. C AdSms; James T.
cjameron . „.TamesTillnuin,liim J. Smith,
Leroy Whit!iker, Daniel Norwood;
Thomson4-Orvis Lewis.
:.e riliu at-
Ins a secret
the feeng
deracy
'thief"
who is
'thief," and
, nod is la-
F cc9rnplish,
South by
i nner would
, • i . •
know why i TRAVERSE JURORS--szcoit. WEEK.
S tbree' in I Al,o'lleon•i-1... W. Barton. ' •I
f a million, ; • Ararat—Thomas Burman. ' • : I
risk battles I 4uburn---4R. S. Davis,CaldwelOrMick-
ce ' o r t wo . , ins, Albert Seeley.
cannot ul
lkiligewater—C..T. Cuitis,
J i
Clitford--4a4nes BrOwnell. James Low-
these but- 1 rv, Wines Beneetti-Datus Stephens, B. F.
ed to us in- , W e ll s .
•`might be Franklin4--llavil 0. Torre!). -- ..
Lilce---.ilarve
, y, - Bircbiall. encounter, Forest 1
the tide of Friendsvii.le--Ed win Bliss. • 1
,
_._ , .Gibson-i John" Bennett, Itostuan Ing.
tent,. o f es - la's. • - ','" - • - .
at. . But as :.„. 1 -Tarfo-A..------Petinuel.
Carpentor.
pourtbattles • - lferricti4Cly,fies Giddings. -_
• ;
cannot ei, I'. Jackson . --Vrederick Bryant; • . ,
s - we Confess 1 Lt. tssup--:4lvrOu Gritlis..
Latlikoharleti U. Unilet;
t the Tebeis . Lenok p-i-t —G.,O, LOoMill., D. blintcin ,-
lice to aoi Lurty-49rialito Ross,
leaf. of ov- 1 3totitrililt r • t Allen . 4. P... Keeler.
pretiely; 'mod 1 llidijk.t.MTp—it itmer,Dofige,, Charles
t o = A ,i s ' f
ilY4lti t 4,911 1 11 1411 ... e. . . b . , :. ,
the•_... , will i ..-.. 9.§.!1. - e t y4. 11 .1 0 .,--,:s Paw
' - i nni_gir4 teR: ) - •.
far - r k il or iike-,Arm...)feeker jr., Dan iel
'ii444: - 11l 11 Y . ' ' . '
, .
. En4nel ; ' Thenleopster -ttosider4. ' beit
-
' - Witter. " ''• '
GiIAND JURY.
£0 Battio at - Balri Bluff. Near
1 :, . Leethlre: •
..!
The Accounts of.T.he unfortunate &Frage
merit near Leesburz on :Monday eVetmin , r,
. in Which General )3aker Was*killed are ex
.
. ,
TiII-: N.VVAL ENtIAGME NT. . I ce - delimit} conflicting.. On .the one hand
'i
New Orleans, Oct. 12.—An attack was :it s,
represented. that Mir .forces were
suet:et:silt], and-gained a niest• int
made on the night
.of the 1 t.ti instant, on ra:OY
the: Unite?l States fleet lying : near . P. - -ttrid stratel:'i" point, and that oar loss
the S.-NV. P.l,:s, by tl.e. rebel fleet, co n s i s t_, CS ! were net -really _so , heavy 95 at first rep
resented. Other actionms scale ilia . the
Mg of six . gun-boats, the battering rant 1 ,
-
- Manassas, alai a large nitvitber a t•tt Ind' le Wa''' a !host serions' disaker —an
ships, which filled the river front shore tit rater r"ntk't and that more titan hail' o
shore. The United Statesi fleet consisted th,i' tr"olls;engaged on onr,sitle Were kill
ii,„..is. ! ,- eiri wountled,:takett -prisoners or drowned
of the U. S. steamer I - Rebuilt:id,
lattenipting to swim across the Putom
nate, Water Witch, slimiri;lswar PrebleHin
and Nitteennes, mill store-ship Ni.4lttill- :lei ..
. .
A dispatch to the New York - W ,, rld
gale. The fleet when attiteked, W e re : it 1
anchor itr - sitle tire S. W; Pass. The rant ' s'"': - ~- - -•- . . .
m,„„,- ; „, e „ ttie down : „„iih.if te d foul of, Ifite'theails of-the battle of Leesburg
,-.
the Richmond, knocking a . hole in her' ll'eights - ate at last known. The force Ai0 .,.„ e - •
t t• 1r. , 1* . aft iy :I (T c...red, we int-lie tile Atv eq-.,1.::,r. :it
qtnirter ;milt stern, ileMtr but little dttin- wlldeh •erosseti the, Potomac were in. ail . ' •
• 1. 0 .1 ....i:. " .. 1'
1 . . , --,
age. ..
.-' - 1, 1 1 . ' • '' - -= 0 Z.: - --
TO' avoid the firb ships; the silent:lron] 'l l lte-Califoritia, regiment took over of 9' .1.. - il.- 4: ~ rim e.
~
ofi-ers and men six hundred an& ehrlity- . --- . ---; .C-''• -
got under weigh, and drifted col the ~. , ,
river. . . , .; ni ie.' The drowned are about tifty - ',the 2=?'"Z%-171-triXl4::rd-T-AA:i7-XJ "Ws
' 1.1 led thirty •i the peistuterS three itant'll,a,• .11,4 1:1-N rs wit., 0 - -,:. e ! : i ntts '
— The Richinond,Preltle,;and Vinceitues wt -IT- IVA- t.:•.:131! , ..V."! --V I T/ Hr.--
got ashore on the . ..at, (tint Night - mg:II • ' I , i
~ I if. wouniled out. Imuturred ;mit weu- -tuto .; :..ro..maizerlDl.l.lFolrpne' l ulc,, . .
I also went itshot..!,) and witte -ash ire, we% I I YrflVe ; total live hundred •ttmd 6e; 'safe. : ehril..oll:l4 ; tit- .. 1 '.1:. •• 7-Y, .;-• vs --
0 - 1 - .
.I, llt. w i,.1 1 , 111t , ,li,v. :ennui one hundred - and' eighty-rottr. \ . i ,re .,;-e.' ,;•:...., i , ''''' '•''. . ' .
attacke4 by the rebek, act .t...i Y.; 44 id ?I.
1 tog ati,Y roant:i...4;eto the Vess.:ts'or . lifk. et ; leill• Cio-zgsellt "I ; the T;l•oinativ T .: e" . '-'
..
: ,
,TOellt.—was take!' t•ristilier. Cd:l. T.l.:vttl
any respect.. , • ; , .
I Salt one slut, tookefA:et,and that s t ruck -sl. air the river. .111•••• .- Lienteeant-Colonel
the Richmond on the < illarter. ' They ; I (r.t a l.ef..:; 1 : 1 iti , ::,iJr was safe. Theloss
wee h eater: o Th, t h e vi fl ee ttnes with two , 11' i 1a..! outer iv i zi!tienis is unknOwn.
trims she letvite; hove ()vet-holt - Nl' the rest i I Tlte eeem:getne.it tonic 'itimict! on - the
.e. t :-.
of her armament - , with Iter'eltainti, ancho: s : height nbeve 1 liv,i , ::_iiittg, commencing at
much e. ,_ - Mgr o'eleek r... in,. and clintiniiing , till
.4c., •
to lighten her, Ame bein r t,
posed to the rebel tire.
,' •''
..; thltrh
,
The iqt.tadron had no one killed or 1 1 All thre,mgli thy.... day . the- - ererne i ail
WortIVIVI: The Ith•lemind, I'reltle Zed
. 1 4 .0 : 1 ft' in.r sk - cfLiOliti:: snt.tiT. Ott tr .trio
Viiketw.tivs were towed off time same <1....5. - -'• j re!'(= , irrtv .- :! tO;uit •ihe. edge of the 1;"1, 'ti
by time STeatll ship MeCi Olaf, w1;4.11 . c ,l:- ',1•...,..,-..:'.• _•I.1-1: f•.;...1 y opettiitg, :4,1 . : '. i;
porturiely arrived. She re e •siv e ,2 e O i s . :l. 1. ,- Y dense ;‘,-(!otis: - - .
erable damage to her stem tr: - .me itt-gi:.l.; j F‘rt).l. , -.....itz6r . . ay.3 twn field pieet;: Of
frog them off. The. Ni ,, liii!...::•de •o:nig!tic. - 1; 14 ,1- SCC,O7;(I' /oiot.r• 1,3,1:11.1 hatii•r3.:lll;re
, ashore •when the 31.cCiell:in •
h... 4, v.rel .. , liisti.l:l:llf.'43 up.t.he Mil and ifreeti;i4 hail
: would be pitobabi•-• ; , 01. oti' tilt: !“:::0.. (I.F Pl,..l(llpi•lg . the 1i„..‘4.t a;• Col. him
,
by .the:aid of the steaitterv,t:•:;;in...etxd ‘rit:l . 4 1 " - • . .1 ,
..
. -
the fleet. a •-• - --to. ; 1 ' _. ; -.Onlft,i - n Itit,ile is!and etlieers - stood be
-2
i --•...i0...".-L_____ . tari
I r e tuds, • the t...... retreating• early in
• • Teach! rel.z.ar , 'D,tif..n ,--
• The examinatiOn of - ieLZlters for this ' ' the fray.. • - -' • • ; :---
T 1 • .enei )- Charged front the woods in
, he ,
1 county, will be held in accordance with ' - alhdirections, con ei.,4 e .
ng• upon our once. ,
the following-- programme. -In .two or : Tien' Were brave - 1(1'1(.4, but the siatigh
, three instances two tolviiships have _- been ! i t .l t : of 00r *St, OfilVerS4llltl tOCTI WIIS NO
pot together; in, ortier 4liat the examina
fle that th e .Fe,...lernlists were nt last
bons may all - be held before any.of • thi! - : c jii p ' -
.gen to .
retrat-. '; .• .• .
1 winter Schools -continence. ExiMiiiatiini ' The s , tenettt Mit' river side, w - as horri-
I will. cotnmence piccisely at 10 o'• - ,.loek. -a. I . le in thee treine•• Tho - Rebels' ciune to m.-, and - none win be exn•aiinea_ who do 1 , ,h -'
e etio.e or tlic Intl ; and fired 1. -
..
not ePinein Wore li, *Unless . the delay I -• . • • ~. „ • '""Wik al ) "
i ur retreating masses.- Tne one boat till
be unavoidable:. Each teacher moat britit
gI - I and sunk, ::rid' these 1: ho' did not at
a fourth • reader, the kind limit in: the' Dis- i temptini neres.4 were forced tit sur
triet'where the examination is held, ate it.; r i' • I'l - '7 ''t
'';
- 1 -
rebels
_were nrOw..r.ed in erorsing,
is expeCted that eaCh teacher-will have a l 4 e i n t i t e j l i .
. tipa , murderous tire
redder, two•sheets fools l eap paper,
.; pen ion ti ii)4 C? 4 . struggling in the water. :. .
and ink,' - and a SpeCimenl of their writin - gt .. The , r i e i tanattt, were gathered in a dismal
in todrse.and fine hand. 1 All - who intend 1 , ~..thi,ot! arrison'4lsland,aud the carnage
to teach ilttring. the year;'nimist come for- I -eased: • • ' - 1' -
•. - ,
ward and be examirseil.. l None will be I
.examined privatelylinlems attendance up- I
on the examination weiLirnposible, and
old certificates will not be.renewed.
Oct. 30—Choeonnt; School Irouse,Clark's
". 1.--Silver Lake,Schnol-llease,Brack- I
ney. ' I
Nov . SAO°, House, Brook ,
dale. . ' •
Nov. 2--FrattOn, Routh lieltool . House.
9 il•-47.11Teat . Bend, School Muse,
Soutkside of the Riven ! 11 `
Nov. .B.—Haimony, *tsp. Depot and
Ciaktind, Sniqu.'Depot; • :
-Noy.' 7—Tf.komani,Biotioql lionse,Centre.
"2 " 8--Ainrat; Chnreli; centre:
,
,iB-4.l3inokttnd3ellool lifoot,k.entre.
9 -41:ayr . ..Wftti Bef,l
1044204. n, lan n, •
Aflr. BUITARD tilverinferkleiit,
Feteppted Company!!
MINIM
`,iishetik4dohanip,valiey
R I LE S
•
- • -
is NOW'ORGANIZING AT --
v . : -,
SMORMI DEPOT Pi.,
Vndei the Supeftleion of.
.w.martrivirsimrt
few .more recruits ' wanted to nit the
yarbk %!!itelii b siieriiit isinuigen.e:4;
'be attached to one of the
dam, Regiments in the State,
. ! i
. .
i • • ••• i 1
er the esferieneetl, anti u ni v ersally
, -
'ilar : - ' I
Loikir.L MEREDITH;
w r,);rlr..,llicitnr,.C3 fr,) - . , ..7 rit,tin
and Frill
.5.1 4 a1 1 .1. )
. .
19-asqueb.
!his Company has teen '‘nercpteti,l•l
I"C,o‘'ernor, and . 11:11 auLl , lority• •
to furnish pay anti ratio:is (rota the
e of 'enlist went.
t.nnsylvania's..qui)ta
is four last clianee:
lose fram a distance who wish the
etit of the 'drill will be supplied. '
rd at one of • the liotehi . witthout
DRILL EVERY DAY and EVENING
usquellanna Depot,":Oct. 25,, 1841
• . --_ - .. . .
,
IprTlK.' stcaufor Eton brings thean:.
Liu:icon('iit. of tinl'_ death Of yeiii-Foung, I
Eitipo . i . or - of eidini. - The Emperor.' bail
been s ick for : alimg,tinie, and-his -demise
was therefore.not 'Ainexpecied:. • Re • was
iiiirii in 1 B°s sail.,Rseeacled , trio throne •in •
II 83 - 1.. - 14 leaves four Gault one , daughter.
petit6 sons :Ylli Wel, ilie.eldest, becomes,
' tuperor.- •• - .;I.i -.-- •,- -- , . ' ..
4:l.lpave niiVocated . disunion r for
fifteen years," writes Mrs. Beecher Stowe
ln, the Earl -,of ..•Shaftsburi,,' ." bemuse I
iliollear it: a : p.i..nvinfable..inethed of free
ing them,olikfrolit.thei,giiilf....nf., Shivery,
I •tindi.:of plinking at; ~the South the seeds•tif
1430„*. ' A na. entice euminopit,tipn : r. She: now
ittPefpr** l 6 . •;- tif emanc i pation „ for tee
WO OW: Or . .;''fßnili;: - ..rOnitil.;: lead :Aii-!. a
1 deiteaction orthislliiiiia,liiii teat is iihia
tea Earl of Shattstairy avow e he
.seelES.
ca-xt
If?,r
u u -
-RE
ElibEr''' i
GREAT 0110WHIPECTED
ter. STORES , or
6r. - ttr tug,' Ttcstritainn,
• • • . 1 - .•
Montrose, Z.usq'a otitny, Pa,
• Elmira -tiew-:'citk, •
I,llrqp.w.-AlLa
. •
liirEproc6im to bur r.ni: the ,
in mi. prat
ttal the yier...;td yr2, , plae tar
money at;viri , it. the e C 21.1 1.1.;20.41VC .•
~~~ F _ ~
~t:
ID - 2. i) LAW ft FCttUrf
Therefore we are determloett to - offe4the,publle osi
general etoek.of. ,
READYIIIII.III. Offirifi,;
. -
;
,
ins nosy filled, so
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Kept in ANY cpulcißy Stftri.y..
this,ekle of New York City,
At Pricoß ty ri A :w
I 1 :4 if:l4 l ;c`l l ;t r l,,,,. t:e holetafe 4 :LT , 4 3.L . 1 1 71 b n fil
the fullowieg GOODS at the unuesed prices, vv.: . •
Mork Frock Cinit.Worth 6 - 9 for • SC,OO,
mark F rol•k Coat - worth 11,r 7,50
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Bid& Frock Coat Wcyth 12 . for 41,50:
Business Coat' wt;rth $5 for
I 'Business Coat worth for . 4,0 J
Over .Cl•at- -worth v"5 for: , *^ - 4,00 -
Over Coat worth 7 for 5,75 .
Over Octal. 10 - 7,50-
Over Coat. worth 15,Ar 11,5'5
Over 'Coat worth
.20 for 15,00 -
Black Pants worth - 64 fur 63,C10 - •
Black Pants worth 5 , for :L75-
; Black Paul, wo-th , u for
.
CasAinere ]'Lints -woolt *4 tor
- Vaney- - cassintere Pants worth - 5 1;9. tl.. r ,
Faney Cassimere.Pants I rtli 6 fin- -1;1- - •
' : Itiaek Satin Vest "worai - (43 for
Satin Vest worth:l-4.for ISO
;Mack Satin •Vest norths for 3,5 e.
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13; 4 .: D'R GAlpfsis..yr6 EQ,I:A LILY_L :";
to 'onr largo oto.or:tnont of
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OUR ASSORTMENT OF
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CANNOT IiE'2EQUALLED IN
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till 11T la. Clog
Goisl Sheeting,s, 6401 . 4ei5. her )
Best Heavy Sheeting's, .7A - Sljets. I
;DEN -froni - 8 .to 124 eiMts,per yam'
TICKING, from .10 to. :wilts pc
GIN CiliAMSO'roni It) i:o3.ets. per •:itii-
CALICOEs, fist oolorS, 12},yardi on •
" • Best Merrimack, ;10 yards only $l.
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Poet steel Srai47 !ilex* , -
A nice lot—selLing at 4 eta. per'spriug.
Ladies' S*zony Wawa Vests
DraWien. •
LAMBS WOOLHOSE:,
sa-aapribiEs 007!.e9xirris.:
Of the Latebt Styles
Thankfullo the nunterints;eui.unnqifor.
Iheirlenerohs patronage - the past year,
we fesmtfully solicit ceptittwee of
the iinMe• . : `,
anent) erg „ e goitutatiit,*ftt l ,
Xl4/. - e. rig : Oredvrl.,v?
GlO
which winprh.e* the!
OUR STOCK` OF,
DO n's
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