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has got hits), another
mUlpt li lnslnasters, and they again be.
A 9.-0. 48 him with Atc copperheads
The Constitution forbids the forfeiture of
tetritliCit's :property after deatit—at which
titleo'the . tieirs are entitled to "the espite.
tasi year Lincoln advocated this'doctrifin
is a veto- message, forcing the -Abolition
Cimgressmen tomedify the confiscation
act. But , now the Vandal Philips party
wdntWititllifY the cotistiitttionallimit
confiscation, but must have Lincoln's,son
sent. , wants to stay in the White
Rouse but his drivers won't consent to it
unless he again jumps Jim Crow or agrees
to-do, so after next election: Of cent's°
Ale will cave, as usual, ~after Greeley,
Fred pouglass, Philips and Others who
call the 'constitution. of the United States
"a leigue With death and a covenant with
dressed him down.
The State Senate Difficulty.
On first page we ccipy a statement on
thiSsubject which should be read by all.
It elCar c ly and fully vindicates the course
of life, PempeMlN and_ shows_ that. _ate
Republican opposition are doing wrong
in refusing to organize the . Senate. Not
only did the ' ocrati repeat an offer to
so compromis e .r an organization as to
elect a Repnb "ii Speaker, but they have
also . offered &o elect a Republican Speaker
lgt6 tem.,. to 'dispoie. Sf certain business;
brit the Repdblicans reject all propositions.
The, fair . men of their own partY cannot
but disapprove their conduct in refusing a
compromise which gives their; the real
objed 6 dispute—the' Speakership. Even
the 3lontrose Republican contains a harsh
3 articlo denunciatory of the action of the
Republicans: 1w ;refusing to compromise
and organize. We quote from it:
- "The opposition members stand out
"olystinatelyagainst any COMPRoirrz,
"thith caperatingdirectly with the
4 .fO . Chtatnid authorities, and serving their
"M . h even more effectively :!thap' they
stebilla d - Oin the rebel ranks."
That's a severe,cut.,4 the Republican
Senatorsond vumot be evaded for it is a
charge.that those who refused to compro
mise dii'llius Serve the Rebels !
!Pee :ranch talked of reSignatiou ofllaj.
White, the absent Senator, is once
again revived. bya.Washington despatch
to the Philadelphia Inquirer, which says
that the resignationyas in the bands of
Gov: Ci#Jin, to be used at MS discretion.
T}iis Curtin .denies in a card, saying that
be has not. Seen the-resignation, and has
no authority to receive ;t. To this. the
Washington • authority sayt be has proof
thailtilte'a - "faiheihauded if to, Garda,
in an-envelope, Audi - hat Curtin could see
it by openiugand reading. -• • , ,
If White resigned, should have `been
pred#ed long ago;, if net, why tme 41 4
P.Ft.Y . friel* , so:Olen end fil,sely, asserted
that they knew it? Was itleeanie, (as
stated) thoinanagers could not agree as
to Whom should - =succeed' bhn ? It bai
been stated ;that n . vesignatfon ; po.been
forged by those, who want. to fill his place,
but thattlicyliesitate - to produce it as the
tomer/ Wonld be detected.
' - ' - "Ateantitile; if the Republicans want the
yS I cii4torganized they can haveit so, with
timit.ebuiee for Spettker; but as...they, re;
even . refise :te, vote for
n-Spi;yri;i l ; conclude they Want
tbedeAlliielt,,t*eoliiiiine,' at one Of them
The " •
`f4t, i-eaneusf:nr cptiseilataver vong'rens
men;:thefolh'SWing tesolittion tiva4' 'anal&
mousl . iadted: =, • ..• ' ' '
Itesolynk That ;we - are:for the
tion- - at , the States talhio thaloWt-tibif
that such a policy should be pursued tow=
ardi the People die' States tirwhieh the
insurrection Exits as shall be best 'calcu
lated to brieg-this expensive and exhaus
due Wai aremow angarid- to
IttlysOndrio 'restore:laid , Stateslo - 4he
usucui,ttindef the - =Conatitutib n;2 , 4itb- all
tbec.ansibutibual.rights.of the peoPeuu=
sarkaj. Gen. settwick indignantly
&nick the otAirY ofGieefejea Tribune and
'en French wass,
ititotentgdi rit'thebitthfiFLionstGi . rove.-
voitifidinAning tinitiatin atntiafolln
guy is - "wantonly faliniti'*eit
Oirc_ldAt Of th i * - 1) , liiiMblirl.
Whin' , 4 A cittulai letter"_ has late—
li tirade itS . OPearetthe i*.the PUblie jopr.
'flats, addOysedlo 4.:11iit.. reolleriey, Alk,
him ogi,i,;_Pistiident or ihe Unite, d.
Stats," fully, eploisino !milt:Mal poli.;
'cy as sudh with a hiqueit that he Will al
jow librimmo Lobe used before the pee-'
pie as a candidate for re-election in 1804:
And whereas, ; The same m certified to
; ? bytheChief Clerk of the House of Repre-
Sentatives`of Pennsylvania as having been
,sieed.h7.-"` AFer/Xaion,P 3 embealhere ,,
ot, when it is evident that, Only
,filly 7 twn 1
meinleri 'of said: EfOrnie'did Sign - suel'al
Ni ter of
. requesti thereby • plainly iintitna
tiugthat, forty-eight of tho number irepreE
senting a constitueney . 0f:254,060 , vcitera
are .disunioniits: .. ,
7 .And w4ereas, iThe one !bandied men
composing the House of: : Representatives
of Pennsylvania,,did. take *oath or affir.
motion to support the Constitution of the
United *tales and the State of Peunsyl
vania, 7 this,,being t e only test of, loyalty
requireft by the r men of the same'
%beretere v . -. .• '
Wear:undersigned, Democratic ,mom
berg of,.the ,House nf Representatives of
Pennsylvania, while, we cheerfully con
cede to Ile Republican-members, as such,
to. request,Mr.44incoln,. or any other man
they, may select, to., become a; candidate
for the Presidency in 1884, .W 43 -deem it
our duty to enter our • protest agahist the
assumption that they, fifty-two in burn
her are the "Union members" of the
Rouse of Representatives, consequently
an emborliment,of all the: loyalty in the
same, : such.an assumption not being war
ranted by the facts, but calculated, if not
designed,-to-mislead •the public, and par
taking much of he self-righteous spirit of
the Pharisee who went np into the tem
ple to pray, and, "standing by himself"
near the "Holy of Relies," thanked "God
that he was not as other- men are," it only
merits our unqualified disapprobation.
(Signed' by .48 Members.)
Eton Muds upon the Government.
The.militarY commissioners now in ses
sion at Norfolk, of which -Brig.-Gen.
wistar—ia • papasialont....my_estizated
another model steamboat operation.
The Nelly Baker was chartered in Feb.
1862 at $350 a day. Captain A. W. Cal
den, Captain Charles Spear, and J. H. B.
Long, all Boston, wero •owners. The
Boat cost them $19,8601 she was in the
employ . oftthe• aovernment ten• months,
receiving4los,2oB- chuiter 'Money. She
was then sold to the Government for $42-
000, the owners thus realiiing the aim of
$148,208--iivei seven times her value t
In addition to thisAhe profits - derived
from the sale of refreshments were , abtint
825 per day during the time She was run!
ning-from Old Point tolicaellates army
and she got all her coal gratis :from the
Another neat case, is that of an old ca
nal bargecalled the lilissldAt7, which was
worth from- 8800 to - 8900. She was char
tered in November, '62, at the exorbitant
rate $25 - h day, and remained in charter
until she earned her. patriotic on ners
84,000. She was nominally a prisoit hulk
but evideneetoes to show that - #be
used but a very
,small part of the time. -
Another steamer, the John A. Warner,
worth $55,000, has received for hire the
with of $17.3,500.
Jan. 18. -a-In the Senate Mr.llowe read
a bill to create an Emancipation Bureau.
Mr. Sumner offered a bill to make neg
ro, mail carriers. ,
The.resOlution to: expel Garrett Davis
was referred to the,,lTudiciary . committee,
where it will doubtless stay. ,
The conscription . bill was taken up and
passed, 30 to 10.
In thepouse, Mr:Dawson, of Penn'a,
offered resolUtions declaring, as Congress
iiiiinimcnisly VOW in 1.804,„ that .the cm/
of the war should the , preservation-:,of
the Government. Voted ,down, by the
abolitionists:. ; „, •
Mr. Cox. moved that, nboard of commis
sitmera b,e appn;tiedloiendeavo,r to .get
an exchange otpiiioners Nif4r.r r , ',toted
down by The abolitionists. )
T,b4 H ouse , large majority refuied
to exempt : preachers from the, draft.'
`Mr. Miller, of Pa., offered, a resolution,
lt!itteg itl I P.P n d.P? l 9 B -to.inquire into
the, expediency Of repealin g act impo
sing darof2o per, cent, pPou , Printiog
.) r.llarding Ey.
of , offered a resOlutiorr
(10*i . 41 24 n the ChiPge, , NiatiorlOrl the.
declaration that each- State badthe right
tOePAtiok.iradeMeStie instEntlefle• nis
too lists terld4to ,
they again rejecting, their party, platform*
Roselettee , retivAeg , the, committee on
theconideet the-war,waß passed.
,••• . • •
fairTbd New-. York Zones; n - Republi:
can journsii ..in,,discuising the 'corruption!
which ,ezista in. 11mOst - every Pi:Womb of
theiGoverument: sersiceisays: •-, -• L
4. 1 ,,„T0rn•-ftthieh way we will,- vie:meet
with accounts of hthe but enormous
(Muds yerpgrated ty4orerument offi
-ria*L ".„_ l lllO. 4s JillaYmaster ; then it is
aquottet master; noon it is a-confidential
clericin \ Alm Treasury, - Defartatear4 or a=
subordinatk ; some ttavy_ yard s Who any
dertaium . _to ,-.prisate , ;purse- at the
a ' l449l) e l l t lr Perna.* tbeilooMities-devoted '
tO disbursement•of .gorennneut.'nuM.,
eye, and nobody; seems to Inketimith the.
punishment due tooth crimes. The col.
- Po ll4 7Pffm.Part7.Pulk, atilnalOWthe
c u pi s tylffr.9-ther•Piuld•Oiefflo4of
BwAn449Co 4 •*i*
ii # ll # o P9-TRMWRIrt : 4 411 41W
14 ,1 1 )0 ' 14) Pri'P'. i 11 4:4? - kow-Plagt
the thefts of to
of of Er_ester or: lesi 'MAO affairs 1"
Wbat a rOtetalol3l
6 ,X . I;P n W.41kX4.7
1 _ '- i I ira '.irre generally quiet iif deneral
Iti t,tt's deliartment. A correspondent.
ittateti thavt?kirmishing continues almost
daily to the portheast. of linoXville„--genth
ally , in Knoxville county, but 'there has
-been ito--litiportant battle, nor-will'theic
bo immediately; . but the Io._ - of March, it
Is predicted, — Wilf see East Tennessee clear
of one of the, two zonteading-; afriticEl• — .
Tigrb , drains fun dailylnitu -Ohattanoeiga,
to Nashville t making the trip in nineteen
`tail: - Th - ntifolfabef it „
'the forinfi:plitdeliabolitimittety deaths a
week. -- -
-.'No - thin& of interest his transpired iu
the army of the several nays,
and the enemy seem to be enjoyinga sim
ilar state Of quietude. •, - 1 ,
The wholesale conscription 'law is crea
ting great tionsternation and excitement
in the Western portion of North Carolina,
where preparations are! being•made to re
sist it. - Public meetings are held, some
of which; it io'stated, openly repudiate
the confederacy, and favor a return to the
Union. ,: • 1 . • • ~r:,
In front of Cedar Mountain, Va., three
or four•days•ago, the enemy erected two
lunettes, and'now annoy the , federal pick
ets terribly. ~: Despite all protection, the
cavalry videttes have to be dismounted,
and crawl behind trees!and walls to avoid
being shOt. Tho Washington Chronicle
denies that Gen. Leo has sent any force
westward. Every other newspaper, how
ever,_ states that one or two divisions
have been sent there. The' guerillas are
still at work, and make nightly attacks.—
The army officers are now supplied with
—The principal news we have this
morning is from Louisiana and Texas.—
Irv Louisiana the 'Federal forces have
abandoned the entire Techo district, ex
tending for a hundred miles west of
Brashear City. It is the. section 'over
which General Franklin 'marched, and in
which ' General Washburne was defeat
ed. Brashear City, hut a short distance
frOm.Nen , Orleans, is to be the western
limit of Federal possession during the
winter. At Part Hudson, where Gen.
unman..xvitkprenlyAre thousand negroes
holds sway, the enemy are 7eon — ceintniang
in large•numbers. Their pickets approach
close to the negro lines and annoy them
=ln Texas the camp at Brownsville
continues_ quiet, and the troops have as
yet done.nothing., At Matagorda, Bay,
Gen. Banta COn*itratinA a,large force,
but has made'nii advance •egainst the
enemy. General Illagrader has an army
at h'e north triA'of the bey, and three or
four " cotton 'clad" - gunboats , tin its
waters. 'The --enniuy are throwing up
earth*orks, and will seriously interfere
with any'Fcderal advance.
GoTernor Pierrepont and the Virginia
Legislature are reported to have protest
ed against Gen. Butler's despotic rule at
Norfolk. Butler is now at Fortress
Railroad Conductor Convicted.
HAIMISIIITTIG, Jan. 22.—thp trial of F.
P. Hill, a railroad conductor ' charged
with embezzling the funds of the Reading
Railroad Company was brought to a close
to-day., The forenoon was occupied with
the arguments of counsel, when the judge
charged the jury,`: who immediately re
turned a verdict of guilty, being absent
from the box but a few minutes. The
Court House has been crowded each day,
as Mr. nill was well known and had a
large number of friends, many of whom
were from New Jersey.' me. C. E. Smith,
President of the Re - ading Railroad, testi
fied that believing the company was being
robbed to a large *meant, applied to Mr.
X. Edgar Thompson, President of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, who re
commended the eMplOyinent - of Allen
Pinkerton, of the National Police Agency,
Chien°, whose deteatives were upon the
road three -months, at the end of which
time twenty-three conductors were repor
ted., The delinquents all made restitution
except Mr. 101, and hence the criminal
prosecution npon- Which - he' alias been con
Fred Douglass--And the Abo Men War.
Fred. Douglass lectured on Wednes
day evening !meat the 06oper Institute
on the " mission of the wee' The large
hall was crowded brau,Uudience of mix
ed iihite and black,.thc farmer somewhat
predominating. The ; most, reaml por
tiona of ' SpeeCh was loudly
eteetcd. lie said that thisitras an Aboli
ticu'ivar and must be aelmciiirlOge . ii to be
A l a. There must bU no peaccf-unery
bleek.niin' Was free an d allowed 411 the
civil p01,1,11e4 right's 'Of the whites.—
Ite'thust vot e - and be voted for. There
Moat"' be unity, equality And fraternity
throughout' the natton.
These, ~Saiiiimenta floaglaes arebut
heeet i) he thelea,dinz, Abolitionists: who
now: Mitre' the idn,untifmtion at,',lfirash;
ingtc; '` How do pi; like it, white men
of Pennsylvania 2 Are yo u .ready Tor,
social equality With ""the "free Amakan
citizens. of African descipt ?" . -Are you
willidg_to vote for tbe negio` t ui fill the
highest; offices in your gift 2 Are, you
willing to invite him to yotir tresides,,
introduce him to; our . wives nod (laugh'.
tbpi, and ask Ihein'to fratrenizo with hull
aUd treat - him * every, respect as their
ec ?, .If so, yoil are, indeedloyaVana
entitled to rklareekaie to tbeilext
,or you maY • enter the; New,
Torii:P*4o idoyie,take bribes from th! ;
itiip4Ors.ana ihieki them frou'ribeiutyl-,
nienfrojo . . just. aO4 ;to. kkivArn7l
supplyuient ; or the TOON
a .successf ul al. t ,garn.f the nite- -
States, nod yoiiriiri aestiouabve to alty
not . 'otilf only; you f r ow n s , a l b,
meat, bliVieitire =yoat
aver to be radii] future bottom,
Prop the 143 i pl.. Piaui' Utr: '
ti F • • 0 7, .3 T
•—• Jan. 14th' 188 e f i
v•z--, Haying finished our
winter.quarters, and . being quitn4mmfort ; . -
ablir, situated for soldiekl I thought that.
a few lilies from'a aoldier woukinot-come
Our regiment is now qaartered about
the distance of. one.mile ftom, the small,
but notes:Ltd:4n of Callieppei. F
p,y,_as our eameinggronnd, a eighq_enTE,
ineneelii View - of thel3iffellidge a'tol
Pony Mountain. Our Signal Orrproceu
py-Pony. Mountain. The surrounding
mountainous country, interspersed with
groves of pine and cedar, give at once to
the beholder a subject - for. consideration;
and present rather a picturesque scene, al
though, at the present time the beinty of
nature is -.somewhat marred, the grouini
being covered with snow. This' part''of
Virginia is naturally a good farming
section, and before war had made Mich
wide desolation this was the place where
the best of wheat, and other products,
were raised in abundance.
'On last Monday a week it snowed near
ly all day. The snow yet covers the
ground ; still it is.much warmer than it
has been for the •last -two weeks. Thus
far we have had bitter cold weather for
Virginia. Wo-have suffeted mach of cold
since our removal from Paoli 'Mills, where
we had comfortable winter quarters. It
appears that the comfoit of the - soldier is
of very little importance:: We haVe-built
winter quarters three times thoiltinter.
The coldest of the weather' We !face been
under shelter tents.
Our quarters are built of small pine
logs, cut down so near together as to re
quire-only chinking and some mutt—oft a
substitute for mortar—which makes them
quite comfortable. We have fire-places
made of stone. I believe one of our bons
es would compare favorably with the
most primitive of the Vermont School
" Uncle - Sam" feeds us pretty well no w
a-days. We draw from his great store_
house as often as three times a week. We
get soft bread in the place of :hard
tack as often as.every other day. This is
vale a relief-to • our grinderg. We have
a sufficiency of clotting -to keep Ilg warm.
The health of 'the Company is at the
present time pretty good:- One has' died
of sniall•pox out of the Company, and two
or three more, I believe, are coming down
with it. I hope that this .'sconrge may
not fairly get under war among, us. " •
: Tho duties which tde areealled 'Upon to
perform aronot . +erfonerons; . ' We COMO
on picket once in about ten or twelve.
days. Tho• • cavalry does) tiicket duty on
the Rapidan River, and we do picket du
ty on-the inside lines.
Where we are now we can see no ene
my, but thecamp Of theenemy are in full
view'from POny Mountain.
The boys expected furloughs to go
home this winter, but I fear that they will
be disappointed, as the old men; or those
who have served over twoii,ars ' on re
enlisting get furloughs. It is to be hoped,
however, that this cruel war will soon be
over, so that We ma all go borne togeth
er,' and greet our happy homes and fire
Co. H, 143 d Reg.. P. , V.
1‘1113.1) 1 thIO'CRATIO CREED.—Tht Clear
field Republican says,:
4 0Virhe.ther I Slairery is right or wrong,
of ' divine' or evftertgin, the, ,Democratic
party have ever held, as, they new , hold,
that we of the North have no right to
meddle with it in the States where it
exists. There never was any controversy
on this point between the old Whig and
Democratic parties, nor between the Dem
ocratic and Republican parties until the
lattet was baptized into the Abolition
chord) by the present Jacobin administra
tion. No Pemocrat of the. free States
cares whether slavery lives , or dies. All
they ask is for each State to be left free to
manage this, with :their_ other. "domestic
institutions, in their own *sty, as Saeredly
guaranteed to them by the,Constitntion
and for the geoaral government to keep
this covenant in, good faith, ' in times of
war,' i§ ein,ter said, '. in times, of s peace,
and at all tim e s.
A SEVERE ASSAULT AND TOXIN COWES
TAXENe--4kis.noc often thc: ,we, bear, of a
rnorn,chlvairous asrault, and with such
dying snecess t ,ond so few as has
been made on liowirit i Sievens', Family ]
Dye Colors, and that too by ladles, ;wholly
unaccustomed to anything of the kind.-:-/
Every; ick.the 'country should continue
tbe assault until these colors , are foond in
every house. Sold by all druggista
throughput the country.
•:—Tbeexpensesincurred by. the presl,
en t adminietratinn ,of our government du
ing the three yeaytA . paat, are equal to
the whole amount expended in the *seventy
twd ye4s previons'i :Rating which time
one Governmentprolecnted nthreelears'
wee' with Great Britain,' and': tituniroue
ones with thelndians, besidea'a War with'
Mexicc,.where our troops; minitiotia'af
war:andd supplies tad to beshippedithoti:
ands of miler fri3ni• ear own sod. 'What
a picture for 'the ft sea to
=••=-Ihe case of the . Hen. L. - talland-:
ig'hani has been beforo'theSopeeme cour t
of the United'; Stittea., It .Was,originally
yalleOdighaln, belt*. the
pekitioner. The renti c on -tor yerit „of
certiorari to Adjudge ,Acivocate , Gen . 4
was argued by oi•seniitcir 'Pugh for and
by Judge , Advoottollolt . la - opposition
thereto. - I• • ,
Ever binge ` otir civil *ai r b,Asall` WOO ! :
hartilieeii,fouiikinldliiiirii • Of the cone=
_larga' Wimberly of
in tnicir ' (if itkploicanitialf,'yet n&
advocates of war polies:
and .are 41111 found in that class.
...--,. !:1 `-. •-- ,
Nuirt PALL , GOODS!
•-` , J11 , 113.1 . 0 RE 7071:71 1 1 ,AT .
...., :,... , ..,
.fir,, - D MITE
ELEGANT assortment of Ladles,' Dress Goods, Do-
Mines. Cashmeres, Paris Crapes,_"lll-stdor Plaids;
black and colored alpacas, black silk
_Prints t Otngtutaus,
Ladles cloths, bkeleton and Balmoral Skirt's
-,,,,....-. -... z
t ..,,,- .4?. .... ww .i-4;-..iricrtr.“.. , .
,„D -, luE s i!, , jiriti o r ..m ;.;ii ,
Drown and -BlEactcedmgallnik • ',.3 9 hltg. re.d. Brig? - stri"
ped and'airtirestre flannel, denims, ticks, curd au other
Men's . WOar..""'
PaOlcularattention le calledtothts depactittent. Stitt
fine black French clothe and caselmereb. array ,blue, PM'
dltneres. fancy lantaluterren:Kenplcky Jean. cheeps psi
catinet, and7atlone,Trlmmtnini Hate 00 peso, otc. ,
La e s .-Wehr." -f
jlpsiery..lloods toad Levens. Ladles' tdttekles, Fancy
Goods and Notions,lncluding '
style of ',alike Drees Cciinbs.• • •
OM' .ofialarta Rita,
jar)* inaiditi, nt prleiiilgt. to be ex
elledi Japan, Black, and Omen Teal, pr the very' BEST
nallty, coffee, apices. ginger, snuff and, tobacco, Birds'
ecd, mackerel, codfish, etc.; de c ., ' -
Crockery,* Oil LarliAii;Oksi 'etc.
CrAdrery of all klodr hardware And nalla, Coal but
and linseed oils. coal 01l lamps arid Ilxrares, "gtais, gas
paints,palAt brushes, etc., etc. -
BOOTS AND SHOES.
..kons kip andtmavr bri4;t:lV, bort. and Yondrri WC , hild
heavy .boots t chlldrett'smper toed' shoes, misses ma
mbo° shoes,ladles" prime artickt walking shoes, ladles'
gaiters arid morocco aloes; leash' halmoral 'stoles:lllMM'
calf shoes. , .
Theabovo goods are t o be sold at prices that v, iilptls
fy every one.
I halvWednstnaby on hand a apply ortintter pa "go
Charge for pallo,rind sash far irtitter. tiolitOn Salt for sale
Produde t.akon itiPa - Change.
Montrose; Sew. 41, terig. '• • J. U. tiEWITT
nENTLEY Br, LOOMIS,
Attartesta and Comallont at Law.
OFFICE OVER FULLERS' DRUG STORK,
COLLECTIONS and REMITTANCES prom d ptly made,
and all business intrusted, to Snout attet ed to with
Military thaftle for Petitions, Bounties, Back Pay,
will lie carefully prepared and attended to, as alito
nt. .:estrus tot exematatin from Pratt. The following are
Among thocanees rot, : : • • •
• EX.ERIPTION *ROM t •
1. ,Belng one of the sous .of aged or, infirm parents
here there are more than one.
2. The.fitther of n motheriesi child or children under
2 years of age. dependant;upon ,tum for support.
3. The Oblytaoh of ,Whidw oraged or infirm patents
ependent upon him for support:
4. A member of a family, two member!' of l'hich are
trendy- in the keeviee " - • - •
OE physical disability,oruoillow
6. Ail claims for an election of, eau from two or mots
*115,1619T tomade anions the draft
Montrose, Pa ,
SCI=C'S riMNIONC ,SItILUP
SCHENK'S ' PTJLMONIC STEM
SCHENK'S PIILKONIC SYRUP
SCEEk'S SEA-WEED TOIQ7C
SCHENK'S SEA-WEED TONIC
L , = ,, a
scaph-,5,5E.4 7 SEED, TONIC
SeLtEMPS SEA-WEED' `TONIC
DYS T PO.OtIA.
SOB:OntlithffilaklCE MIAS= MS
ac 8 ' M.LS: WILL CURE
scam's maimsaicz PTh Paz cuai
Liver Compilliits. , ; , •
SCIIENII has 4 large suit Of roditie at go:
82 limuletreet,-Ncw York; where he ism be Plata Weary
To from 9a. ni t i.oBp. m. and No . idiliorth etit
street" Pie &My Satanist.
-tie et`pe ntedielneS Att. his ,ro ems,
which can behadd att all ttimg4e. Those wishing advice or
an eraniinatiOn Of the lungtiWillfdOViell 16'0111 ' on bin
as above; Ile makes no charge fpr acpktce.•tti foil' a
thorough' with the flispilmeter, spp:a
": • 'l'l 11:: . t
Manypersons are afraid toiut7e their lungs examined
tiYDr: Schealefor fear that:they Sill hatband inentable,
and by that means it 'smut *Wotan fs totilate. How
mach betterit repuldbe to know their =dittos at once
&sty:abundance of e'vldeneeabr. S. baseballs' milli:fent
cenwitel n tide si ( tittas hohatcared advanced stage,
of Con sumption. •
Eicheak'S :Principal Office) 1$ No: 2192tertli eth
Philadelphia, Pm. wbera;letters for, 4,4yles.
ways Ms airectd . .
, Pricnrof the . .:Falinonto :Spay and :Sea 'Weed Tonic
each $1 per bottle, or $5 the ,Mandrake i lAt
25 eentsper box; ,
For sale byailDrastillts OndSloregoillierc • '
Oct, 15 IKS. Eat -
p i ppirvp i A 11917• A V.-''
elllANONolbOntstconumeinz ,7411:446,1 %.47611i - 4ths
A.:I 1864. Train!' willltaveareat Beall, Pa.. at abdattbs?„
lblloselngbObll6 VlSrti ~,, 1 ;, : 1 . t •r ,; 1 1
~, 1 4-,• / ',,,,.:
WEBTWAIIII BOUND. J • ItA.lllrVatitl) 1101:rrni:
1 i4ll p m
1414ExprOtt,3:148 Pitt •. A.N.X, Entl . l ll / 4 14:281i. 1 6
8, N i ght zsess,l:sB an 6, 81earabosi 0:18p.81.
WIWI,. At " - - - i 7:4o*iti" •10.43t4Itiiiatf" ;;41:68.1A ,
.17. Way.Ftplabt. -14.31p,ta - 20 i Wity Aelibtfle.(BlP4a
11-Areotacklaii oielil6ii' tipn;6 4 .lo st.m ,
-Tialiciii Niel& intik Sniiiiiyir - 16e
dooonotrror Atoodom - wroltraorikitiordatoi Amazon
York, gll6llc -P.., .4b.r0 11 gb !Co liattlo. but does not n4ll O /AIM'.
kletr.':. - ' -- era ' s ' MINI:Pt- 1:1021 . 0ipt, .
A Benefit sesoviment Govini. *ITIOUu.:B
P. E. Loons,
dent) 6t Scranton, Pa,
A Highly Coitcentrated
13 Z. Tit A o 11 1
---- PMIZ TONIC.
- %ennui' -Bitters,
Dr. iLlit.-::MMMl,l_llsiii; v
WILL , EYInCCIIIALLT ••=llB
DiEsPUIPSIs.;' - • <
rr • 1 - 01
Chronic ar NertatillOWM4Drionson cgi Zidnerop
and oil diseases Arising front a disordcred
Lives. 'or Stomach. —
.. . ouch-
. • as Constips. •
ton; Inward riles, ••
Forbess or Blood to tho
• Head, acidity of the stomach; • ,
Nausea, Beartlntru,! - PisgastbrYood.•
?nines or weight In the stomach, Wow moo
tattoos, plotting or Minoring , as the.pit of tbs
Stomach, _switundoS of the • Head, hurried and,diftisly
Breathing, Slatteriagat tho Bearto.chtlithillOtairr
focatiugnensatimur when to *IYUISPOIturP,
Dimness of Vision, dots or webs basso
4 1 .01. 5° Pe11t 1 14 ,1 40 - 4).
neon, tiuUlency orpenrpirittion, -
ellowaoss of Ole skin and ,
Syll4pain in the side, •
Constant Imaginings of Bytk ,
Ind positively prevent Yellow Fever, Bilious !ever, as
• ,They contain
No Alc4°l or BadWhiskollt
They wiu:canatticsabo ifisseusssto tames co/hob:Co
DO TOV "WANT
SONETITING !O STEMEGYISIZIS TOIII
& GOOD ATI7=2,
TO MOLD, 11P,TOMt CODSTerunoit
TO mist WELL
la GAT Rya OFSzeßVOttiNitge
st,AZIP WELL I
'A VRIEE. ARD.VIGDEOES PEELING ?
It patio, neaIIOOFLAIM'S GRUIEAREITTERs.
fox% Rev. J. Newton , Edit or
of the Eficyrkeediusfßelioious Knowldge.
Allihattglaupt disposed to fhvbr Orrecommend Patent
hledicincsto ge. norat.ttoto • distrust of their ingredients
and, 4/gear's.; I. yea know at Imiadielent reasons why a
man may not testify Urea , Impetus he believe., bitn.elf
to have received from any simple preparation in the
hopetludrbe.sany this contribute tothe benefit Mothers.
,I.tletetherctioreceadily.tn regard to Elootiaed's Ger.
uplin 13inetts.`prepaerd brilirt C. M. Jockeys. of this dry
bonne* I mats.prejndieed against them for many years,
unclog thetnanresstutt that they were chiefly an alcoholic
laSx • V/re • t ratiNtebled lout/ nietitt flobert Shormat et.
r g o l u : ltr e =weal of
,thfs prejudice by proper teen ,
eneouingeulistintry damn when sulfating freta
gfrOat andlongtenttfatied debility. Theme at ;honks
of these bitter', at the Meaning of tkit present year,.
imatelPoixed by evident 10 fef, aid ref mattes to a deg-.
pee of bodily and mental vigor which I bad notfelt for
&months, before. and hadahnost descisired of regainthr.
I therefore thank God and my friend [or directing me to.
*IOW of them. J. NEWTOITIIItOWN.
Yuan a , Jane22d. MU.
ATTErittrm SOLDIERS r
And the Mends of Soldiers
Wet all the attend - ono of ;an having relations or
friends in the asp , yto the fact th at " . 1100FLAND's
German Bitters, will cure rabse-reuths of the dile:low
induced by expcisuwes•and. privations 'incident to csp,
life. In the list*, gublished almost daily, is the ntW B .
pewit, on arriratefThesich, it will he noticed that a
very large portion.' ate Mdlering from debility.. prem.
cue of that kind can be readily erred by litieriterito-
German Sitters. Diseases retching from disorders eft
the digestive organs arc speedily removed. We bare to
hesitation/eaaskrinc,..Shat if these Biturcawerefecely teed
among ourseda , auk hundrede-collame raight“los sand
that otherwise will he loot:
, Wecatiattcstiontatho faltoorPogrenutrkahlbeaddrefli
authenticatea cure ell cora the nation% Lestreir,wholes
life, to use his own language, " has been neat
PEI ILAULLPHIA. August 23d, lerh/:.
Messrs. Aleut& M"ane. - -Weil-gentlemee•leur Bed
land's German litttertstmaronvairrey life. , These ts so
mistake 'maids- , 12Mwsuc3eedlos by nambeca off, my
comrades, some of whose names era appetulettoamiwbe
were agnizant, oralP the cYrcranstances, or ,my case. I
am, and have been, for the last four years, &member of
Shermanlrselehmited battery, and limier the immediate
cornmandedCaplain R. B. Ayres. Through tho Mean
attendant upon mottsdnotts dntles, I was, nitackadt its
Nov last, with infiesamatistn at .the. tuna auk motor
72 days In Mali:. This was followarbygrent de
blUirrbelillitened • mrstraelc of dysenteq, /was Men,
removed fsbniltin tsiltritr,aid serigt ibb eV"'
board the Steamer "'State of erne," w ere I land am
the 28th of Juno. Since that tfmrthave been about so
low as any anatiaphl bead still tetainesamelted vital.
I ty. Fora Week urine& I tots acareelyabito totswalise
anything, and IN tilmforce . a,teemek lowp, it was Im
mediately throatier:jogai,. - - ,
I cauldnoteveu keep a glass tlI Water Pllalromsdl-
Litdettalitnet hid testier thesePerikedmirlattesi a nd, at.
cordinrly, the physicians who_ hat base weal ag faille
telly, though unsuccessfully, to reissue= hrom Meerut
of the dread archer, frabkly told suitithsy Ittaild do nil
more for me. andadortsed me to see a ciergyaaan, and to
make such disposition bfroy limited hinds as vest silted
me: An acquaintance cad 'Hitt :ISW at the rbospiedo
Mr. Frederick/Reinhart), ot fillbelow ,Ilreb Street.adri•
sed me, as a forlorn nope, to try sour Bitters', and kind •
ly procured a bottle. From tbeUme I commenced tabby
thcm.the &My' sliadoWnfdeathreredti z alut i ned DI"
tbarth. Goa for it, getting better. -Thortgat briVe .tikes___:
but two boUles, nave galued,teifgenuds:, feel un'
gmbteoflllesmitWto l rojeln'my Wean. eghtC,
from wheal web ettd nothing tot 18 monftst ,gta
demo, Ferri leyalirl "tiato, from vicinity or I
Royal. To yenchosaina Blttera Isown.the eertitell
of life which badjekepthti lette Al vtiggirjhars—se yells
j t irs.
Bitters will I owe the glor cue prlviy: Wu isert
lug tom yboienithoSe*be ankles id '3
• Very truth... Wei i I L ra : C P :
;*e fulticonede baba jibove riitatement, :Ml' 'bail
despaired oftstrein j g onrsoturade.lir s ,Xelong restorefi
to health. --7-• - .5.,....› ....,,, t,o. c,,c. J . ,-, , y ‘,.....
. 1 . 3 ,...
JOU CWW0 6 ,4 . 4 4 1417N: r . Battery..
' 'Gtio.'.:.k A ektiV, CiieCi , iltlifMitite.
Leicik Chivalicr;ll2ll Nits -York
'`.t.'l l .4spencer tel .Artilliiii lattiry F._
il:'.B. Atetielc , co. B, 341 Vermont.
Hairy A' ..iriromi.,.
__ do. -
• Ifesu T/A McDfinald, - Co; C, Sth Me.
grohli' r..:Ariio; -- la s Sth Maine.
Hirinini kOil,, CO:H y 2 a AT. Y.
Neehafaiii:l3MotiiWir,': 05th Penn,.
Andrew 47:. Kimball, A o,Vcratopt... ,
Val? i Amtliht '.ll''lO6th Penn.
-BEWARE Or COIINgIaWM
' " 4"; '
e r. fVV t ig : 4 .
130 tilat ihi •IMPArIi OVA I " M OP rlt Cit '
the 7 . llAPPElrolVeatt bona.) •
7CC Veltr *ltieno rittildepl! AiX .
4-1 4 400,r,.
Should you's nearest dnntes_4l4 tumOths guilds% do
not be put,eldbyfiMiterebet<=WelikPl i t iftlankihr"
that may be ofrered fp Holdup. but am ',,to U , and we
will flotwittdMeenrelv packed. bY 7 eXPrele,• .:"
_. - •' 4 ' ....4 't , '"CA •,... 1
f ro. - •a i ,! ' 011 1 :•"' •
..,. ,:.: :•:I*,..t7Aallo'' - ) at., i-14.;, 1 1:‘,,. : ;
igalcaiwir tOTCLICJaaViii#OI I 4;
', • • : ' '',',;' 4 ,:: 1 1 -;:-,-- -- - .. ,PlXoprietors.
rlet piliaNilta '
OM eta e - * T ,-
Melt,___,,, . •
00 1 . 1 Y9 esB= irAIN it* *O f '