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5114UATBow, • - Editor.
e i Zad4i,. s did
It,43:reported that an eleotion has
beerirdered , to elect aStatiSenator frinn.
thqbdiana district.. Senator White'S
n e w fti e ncy have printed- a - letter which
they allege is franvhiiiii.resiguhlg his seat
in Abe senace. It bears it blink date, and
neitherthe - §ente or pnhlibii"apliintwl2o
bronobt:itfronatiebniond. NV:ere it:trne,
that":they have kept hiaiesignation secret
foilikinths, - they cannot escape the res.
*lttisibility, of delay at ,Ikarrisburg, for it,
wirsii'pliiirAnty to Produce it and petinit
eltonseof Representati ves
thtagliirpontnitten of the Whole, made
Posanaattl menu-bal the,El4*
whilkprobably fix its ar acter.
The ebininettation will be, tinleeNtuMilrg4
&Hats, and the payment of thatsam will
exempt the person 'drafted - from farther
thefall term for which ho was
draft,edic: The law will be substantially
atiltrificti4ll4 the time of the last draft,
eitiiot* the two classes willbe'consol
idatiaAnto one, and all citizens between
thcagexef twenty and forty-five4e alike
Ear According to "loyal" logic,- Mi.
39151u410ugh, Lincoln's Comptroller of the
Tetalimy, must be a "copperhead," for in
his recent circular to: the Banks ho says:
"Bear constantly in - mind, althongh.the
loyal Statesappear superficially to be in
a prospe . rips condition, that_ such. is not
the faci7 -
"Ksoptheselacts constantly in mind,
and manage the affairs of rinr respective
banks with a itrfect `sonaolonettega that
the apparehr prosperity of the country"
will 4 k 9 proved to be unreal when the war
Wehitiali, if-not before."
"ieffittrk,of tieumpapers throughout the
United States will confer a fairor on the
soldiers In the field, as well as their friends
at home, by giving publicity to the follow•
ing : _ - I
AN ACT TO Asissro THE Law PSZEICEMi•
ISO Tat a RTICLES TO BE ADUITTED IN
1 41* 1 OF THE UNITED STAtmi.
e e c., That articles of "
ing,being manufactured of wool cotton, or
linen, and comprised in a package not
exceeding two pounds in weight, address
ed:to -*may ..sen-oramissioncd. officer or .
Maiggficii4g in the armies of the Unit
ea Mates, at the rite of eight cents,- to be
in all canes prepaid, for every four ounces
or fractien thereof, subject to such reg
ulations as the Postmaster, General may
preagibe.-7Approved Jan. 22, 1864. -,
PolrTaerfon Dzesirratenr, Jan. 25, 1884.
The foregoing law is published for the
information of the public, and especially
fsr. the guidance of postmasters, and is
thought to he so fall and plain .that no
one can mistake its meaning. Postmasters
hliWever, bear in mind that packages
of clothing entitled to pass In- the
ini - Os z i4otir ounces for eight cents—
must be ' manufactured from wool,
cotton or linen, and not exceeding
tiro pounds in weight, and must be ad
dressed to a non-commissioned officer or
private serving in the armies of the Unit
ed.gtatos, _Consequently : a package ad
dressed to a cominisioned officer, or cora
posepf other materials than as above
specified, Stich as Wits, shims, dm., if sent
by ilia% must be prepaid by stamps at
letter rates, viz : three, cents foiaevery
half ounce or-fraction thereof.
. • W. - BLAIR, Postmaster General.
Pri - rte :Tjj ;II) A fiy# i ',ID) t:i (NO fill
General Bank's free state order is in
manifest violation of the emancipation
prochiMation of. January 1,1863. That
proclamation excepts from its operation
netuuti enumerated parishes (as the coun
ties- are there - called) of the State of
Louisiapa.;ihnt Pen. Banks'Order states
broadly and unegnivocally.that slavery is
insistent with the present condition of
things in that state. It is treated in the
enttellted parishes. precisely as -in those
flip-of the state to :which the emanaipa
tuhro:44tnation applies. It cannot:be
supposed that a step of this character
would. bittilttn without the approval of
3fittalheele Thiel': order of Gen.,Banks
mustkat , have 'been issued in the
elereise of aerudition given him by the
Present wide enough to cover ,this ne.
At all events, the order is, mot
rirya.ed . or modified so that 1114 Lineoln
has, in substance, consented that the iiii
ceptfa. eitrts of the state shall be tted'
precisely as if they were included in the
proclamation. , This is a plain violation-of
honor and good faith. 13ut as Mr. Lin:
*Obi violated the Constitution to make the
potiehunation, it should-hardly excite sir.
prise be has violated self-imposs
retietiations. Still, the fact is worth not
ing that Mr. Lincoln holds himseWas little
trd.Pi.4.4 voluntarY;Ploattt bras:
8 4' by
p 40itiouto 13:pport, the Caustititionii
.71tis 'setting-aside of the exceptiontahsi
jejevilijoias': of ' 41 /e- Prooloinatkm :in.
Leinslaria justifies'Abe ~expeetution of
14rehts„bad Mgt in4elation to alt the
11041111 7 . ceitialli**": 4 Peeaticni
andituaimpatory - tkiirie; - -
Tl g *a i tf t pl ) ! . Y• i i , t he
idl - - ....
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l',ll, 4--‘ , :' , '
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It ne fisr . the.iseentryl,to:
learn thatilhit,- siege - oil :Charleston, has.
been tidied; 'teener* (iiimerti:his
north; -the Monitors 'tied gunboate fire ;
almOlYcdoing guard dutrinsideclikelitir:firi.
Charleston harbor ; and the troops; C our
informatlpp,is,eerreetkliawe..bdetr gent' C6'
lho Gulf; robalily te:reinferee Gen. !A R AB
.'firgiaratory to the projected siege ` Of.
Mobile. Of course, Morris island is
garrisoned, - and a centinuous fire- -wilU be
kep:trep SuMtet.„the.i.fintottkandllg i
batteries, and .the 'elty • of . ClOrlaitini..o:-.
self, ..But ters;ef the,. fAtdre -- Of -
Charle:steif 'Must be i rep ul) .the'-0
The statement that =• ;Sumter is a
mass of 'anais said; on tl:ie at tllorityr.Of
those,wbo have viewed tte entirely •,
incorrect it being;s ,On the- contrary, the
greatest 'obstacle to the passage of oar : J
liaieWe publish tbis morning a 40-
spatch fromonr special correspondent at
Knoxville, dated January - aoth, and via
Chtittinitoga to date-of • Feb. 3d,n Thlit, is
nine davilater news from .tflat section, of
countii than has yetbeen publiithed.• Tim
_gives . startling ., news from the
seat of irar in 'East Tleimessee,.and shops
that the rebellforeee groin 'close forcanni
ty to Knoxville:. longstreet haebeen re
inforced and has changed his base from
Strawberry Plains to Sevieraville. There
was . a fight 'at Tazolell'ott *lmlay laq*
which our forces were itiidelltly repulsed,
as a number of prisoners are reported to
have been. taken and the-cornmunieatibns
with Cumberland Gap cut off. The most
significant news, however, is the report of
citizens 'frerri t the 'Rebel lines., • who say
that Longstreet is expecting to be rein
forced from Johnston s army. It is 'evi
dent that the Rebels are making a bold
and desperate effort t' regain a foothold
in East .Tennessee, and Knoxville is at
present the point of attack. What the
present condition of our forces tiro we are
not informed, but it will require all the
bravery of our men and the _skill et our
Generalsto.counteract this sudden move
ment of:the Rebel,e'and drive,them back.
Now is tae time for General Grant.to
show his wonted vigor and genius.—/n
WAR IN EUROPE.
The news from the otlierside Of the ocean
is - of unusual interest, and would seem to
indicate that a great continental war will
commence upon the opening °fib° spring.
• slria have resented an
ultimatum to t o - 1.7
which the latter has. refused to accept.—
It was to the.efect that llibDanish. con
stitution:must be suspended , So. far as it
relates to the Duchies of Hobitein and
Schleswig. The refusal of Iring\Chris-
Oen to accede to this demand has2been
follewed 01 , the withdrawal of the Prussian
and Anstnan "eitibaiiiiadois :from Copen;-
hsgeri, and the immediate forwarding:of.
troops by the two great powers to the
scene of, *tat may yet be the greatest
battlefields of modern times. There is
perturbation in the money markets of
Europe in consequence, and; a heavy drain
of gold from :the Banks. of , England and
A Monrnsn Coissrrremoar.--Prisident
Lincoln's instructions to Gen. Steele, res
pecting the election ordered for thc4State
of Arkans)s„ directs that tbe " said elec
tion inny be conducted according to said
modified constitution he nibdification 're
ferred to being the interpolation of a
clause declaring thatithere shall- be neither
slavery nor involuntary seivitede in the
Who before the present timeever heard
of constitution of a state being " modifi
ed" by order of the President of the Unit:
ed State ? Hitherto the people, through
conventions, held for the putt:rose, have
made constitutions for their 't.tespective
states ; now the •President " modifies"
the state constitutions to conform to' the
Republican creed. What :next can he do,
except it be to abolish the Stites did set
up an empire?.
—A canons of-Republican senators .was
held on Monday after the adjournment of
the Senate, which lasted some time, in
which several radical senators took occa
ion to assail President Lincoln in unmeas
ured. terms. is stated., that no one came
to his defense. It - appears thaethe bitter
feeling has arisen against the President in
the Repubrutilin camp, growing out of his
actiop in the Missouri case.
—lt - appear that-New:fork; State has
sent off during the Fast year seventy
thousand volunteerb, while only two
thousand five hundred men. were.taken
away by the draft—
—The new comet discovered by Pro.
fesser James C. Viratson,;of Ann Harbor,
January, 13,. is announaad-ac rapidly
approaching the'cull4and will be visible
a eW WIS., •
—Secretary./Seward had a. whole, car
coniecrated4o him and a lady,. when •he
left_ Washington, -the other day. It went
through. the whole distance to New
Seeptirrebase, we beJiev generally
rides m theabovestyle.• .
Nsw Yost, Feb.: .13mitk
tender ins bonze in Sontlistree4;wits allot
to day by a negro innuid Bronke, -
to " whoia Ossitbj luslq•iiiisl o isr was
sgainattbnittdeantt_the toust-..t0 sell li
quor to'oolored peoptte, r=Tisysithiraltused
Mob- Azoi0.1;1 ; rio.wcsoded man
Irefiatit ,i110'; halt
is 'thet revaddine.
death of Cobol, `hat &lien Geinititia
into Tens. • /UMW, - With I& wee
I bad_ been; obilgjta afiteel( Jour* ithe
lot accounts. .
- 7 0 a the second instantl-th!—..
itea*er f 'baron eap!uredili6
ifchiginiSr Silvanus, .91 poiwix, 4 oo,
The vessel Rini j ibpi
tieg.the nhnre. Nine pertionl f ,'"
7 . pi*nger, Woven board - 1 a ;
front' ga, v
office apse. • L..
ark pphlished atiYoungitto . way:.
ernor , „Todd's place of refindOtO_Nlftend _
troyeipm Friday night by 's inob
by a number
whoAlso v adempted the witsunnation.
editor. • -:4 .
dispateh from Washington onmonk
eei:tlie statements of ? . .pprehendeLaitE:
bilt l iffe.wt . th France are ts,diAlothitg
--Dr. Stuart. Gwynn, who was arrested
o'niluirchargeOrimprolier - trannotion'i
connection ,with theSeeasulY ihluiTtnUng
was, after thirty , days. confineutent,:;incilte
Old Capitol Prison, unconditronOlfatit,
—Eight tons of greenback* were, -carri
ed - bier the New -
Washington one "day" !At week, The
money is: said to be thecoOledieirs.7..of
different internal revenne'etnettle.',7,:t:
—The results of the 'lasi 'deal' irtie
stated hi Congress to have been : Ex
empted- for- disability, 75,066 ;for other
Causes,l4,ooo4 paid commutation,:4l,o4
procured substitutes, 34,0001 serzed.-11 , ,
Me have heard of one CimPealidetur
the 011ie in whieb the AtuigistratibitoF;::
perk use , the epithet'. It's. tie Abolition
contraator' for, copporinlirooklyn; who
tried to bribe an honest, clerk tb enter, up
10'00 lbs. of copper - tel.:lei bredit, without
any delivery. "
-The. Trifispe is very,
witli.an apocryphal report that of the
forty.thousand negroes who haveL.:.been
concentrated 'hi the interior of Texas,
imudreclsore now dying' .Of disc.,* and
—At the city .election in•Lancasterom
Tuesdny. last, Mayor _ Sanderson w;I AL ,ro.
elected tky,a-rmajority of one hundred mid
seventeen, beiiig an nacrease'ofijAtelakt
since last October.
United States tails.
4 : tze,"• ,, F•nlac
POST OfFIGE 111r,PART3.14;tt,
Waal' Ito V.-art; /MU
Proposakwill be 'remived •
tract office of this departmenti-ntil-1124.
m. of Thursday, March al, 1884, for con
veying the marl, of the United States-for
four . years, cointnendrigJaly 1,1864, Aid
- dam June 30, -IsllB,,tn thiState.ofra..
partures and arriValb.4egvin
Decisions announced by April'2s; lB64.
2410 From Great Bend, by N. Milford
Montrone Depot, °Arley. - 1-100 itotimp,
* * Scranton,• * • to NewEampte . b;
133-miles and back, daily..eacepb &now;
by r ailroad, and by a schedng satisfautury
to the department.. .
4411 From Montrose, by Laursvalle. cen-
Ire, Brookdale, Corbettsvillei =.1§T;‘ . Y...74-imd
Con centre to Rinenimtiin, ;24 Aiul . os
and back, - threh times a Nfeek.
' Leave .Montrose .MondaY, ,, Wednesday.
and Friday at
,7 a m;. arrive at Riaghpiti.
ton by 12k p . Leave Binghamton-an
Tuesday, 'Thursday and . Saturday at fi tm ;
arrive at, Montrose by 11 pm. .
2412 From Montrossby Fairdale,Rnsh
and Myersbilt, to Towanda, 40
back three times a week. ••,', •
Leave Montrose Monday; ,firfda - egby
and. Friday at 7 ain ; arrive.4l;Toti4mla
by 7 pm. -Leave ..Towinidn7eTttektiy,
TAarteday and Saturday at ra*
14Ontrose by 7p m. • .r
2413 From Montrose byMiktizti;, 4 Acit-'
burn'4:corners, Auburn center and South
Auburn, to Laceyville, 231 miles and back
three times a week. - -."
Leave Moutruse Tuesduy, Thursday 4
Saturday at 10 a m ;
by . 5 a m. Leave Laceyt i ilki Mot 4Y;
Wednesday .and Friday at-s lila.; arrive
at, Montrose by 4
2414 From Montrose, by Silver Lake
to Brackney 12 milesond back ouce v wk.
Leave Montrose Safurday at 0 -aim-Arrive
at Brackney by 11 ∬ Leave Brackpey
Saturday at 12 m , ; arrive at; Montrose.by
2415 From Hayford, by: Gibson, Jack
son, Ararat, Thomson, and Starrucee, to
Susquehanna Depot,. 31 Miles. and back,
three times a weelri:withArtmlidAi**,
weekly trips to Gibson. -•;c•
• -Leave Hayford Tuesday,iThaisdat and
Saturday at 7 a m • arrive arSugstielhria
Depot by 4 p m. 'Leave susquistannieDp"
Monday, Wednesday ant-MAO to , aid . 4
arrive. Harford by 4p
Saturday at 11 p m amveat Gibsim4Y
-9 pin. Leave Gibson Tgo l latiAli,,, _,0 7 4 1 .W
and -Saturday at 7 p m•; arrive ata byBpm.i
liontrose, Forest Lake;koreit L* centre
and 7 &Joseph, to Friendaville,. .30- miles
and back mg times 41 week, with six addi-'
tional trips per.- week, bet Weep Mootrese.
-Depot and Moninese; amtairoplAro . relit-
Igke*centre on theretuy,n'..trip : _ply,: :
lieu of , Saint Josepk. tie •
LinvillarfOrd, 0 • 0 0; ta i t, e l4 aY'
8 am, • Arrive at friendiqlopy....;txrf._ ,=•.;
..I,ol4oFriendsvillikttllthiff : nritvOF*
,_*trforOy 7 . 1 • •
in; Artivolitilohtiosa ;by" nwa.c. ; •
by V T":"."7 : 77
1 owimindAlidadaVM 17;7
i tetive Friefidevillai*n •
'':L o gN e LVito4l4s4oso3ti
14 1 ! 0 : 10 * 03 - 6 "r.
'2411r. From, linilintro.n);4lyMjillyn
And Esetpiutnek; n°lo2 *10414
Wick di times& week,anitsupplt,Lathrop
*Oaf r*eek - ikena 110 0 30 49. n .ti l
:41 0 ive klopEuttomilaily,, exeept ban-
Any at p ;.arrivitiii,VitiloclebY e_pm•
lieaVdDiniadt - at:6--iikiitviiiTivo-ati -Hop.
:-.1419 From(' Dill elrby Elktalte, East
Reish r te RRasb, 9 milesnud back, twice a
"reek.- - LeaveDimock, Monday, Friday
it 11 a m ; arrive at Rusli, - 14 2 pin: Lear .
. 'Rush 'sarnedeia p_ arrive:, at
- Via by, , pm.
2.gb 'Froin ,
by' ileirick - Centre;
thattidal4,'.Pleariatit Mount, Rock Lake, =
ittnn attd Lalte-,!Como, to Stockport
. ttitioa, roc., 89:roues and back • once% a"
:week: Lim4e Smiley Mcaday at 8 a m , ;
. arrive at Steckpoti Station by 6 p m.
• • Leave NickporiStation , Tuesday.. at; 8
army° iitaniterby O p m.
2421 ,Fitur. Suagn!st Depot, by , Nesti
Jackion, Ificksoailm il ey, S outh Gibson;
:And. Lenoi,ito "GleXiWood, .24 miles" and
batV twiettn. week.: • .
Leave Stisqu'd,Depot- -Wednesdays and
Satirday ; arrive at Glenwood by
- 2 psi ; leave Glenwood Tuesday. & Friday.
.at 8 am; atrive at Susq'a by 3 pm. •
,2422' From Saint Joseph, by Choconut,
Silver Lake Braokney ,- and Hawleytosyh,
N; toqingliitmon,26 - Iniles and back )
tbree timeia,week. •
Leave St. Joseph- Monday, Wednesday
and 'Friday at 10 am ; arrive at Bingham
ton. by 3 pm. Leave Bibghamton Tuesdy,
:Thursday and Saturday at 10 am ; arrive
at•Se..Joseph by 8 pro.
2423 Trani Yard*, by Birchardville,.l
Friendaville, - Middletown Centre, Jr, Jaek,
son:Valley, to Le Raysville, 22 miles an
back, once a week.•
I Leave Fairdale Friday. at 9am ; arrive
at Leßaysville by 3 pm; leave Leßaysvile
Saturday at 9 am ; arrive at Fairdale by 3
. 2425 From Tunkbanneck, by Lemon,
Lynn, Springville and Rimed, , to Mont
rose, 2a.miles and back, three times a wk.
Lidire .Tunkhannoek. Tnesday, Thursday
and Saterdaynt 7 ampwrive at Montrose
.by.l pm. Leave Montrose Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, at 6 a ; arrive at
Ttinkbannock by 12 m.
Proposals for three additional trips per
week between Lynn and Springville (41
les are invited,.
429. Froin Nicholson, by Glenwood,
lonoxville, Cli ff ord and Dundaff, to. Car
bendale; 22 miles and back, six times a
wi.ek..• Leave Nicholson daily,- except
Suiidaye, on arrival of mail by railroad—
say at 5 pm; arrive at Carbondale by 11 p
; leave Carbondale at 4 am; arrive at
Niebolson by 9.30 Is cr..
2440., From Nicholson by Fiereeville,
Niien •dc Springville, in - Auburn 4 corners
-14--.o , llA,t,incljiaeLLAx tißes.a week.
Leave Nicholson daily, except Sunday,
L 36 pin; arrive Auburn 4 x by 10.90 p
m. Leave Auburn Four Corners daily,
eidefit Sunday at-8 am; arrive at Nichol
son by S
2432 from Laeeyville, by Spring Hill,
East Spring Will, West Auburn and Stev
ensville, to Pike, 21 miles and: back, twice
a week. Leave Laceyville Wednesdays
add Stitarday at 9 aru; arrive at Pike by
121 M. Leave Pike same days at 3pm and
arrive at Laceyville by 6 pm.
:Letter& testamentary to the estate o
Henry Tilden, late of Forest_ Lake, have
been granted to the executers, Maria H.
and W. 47. Tilden.
execntor'seale of house and
shee shop, the estate' of H. W. Barber,
situate *Jessup, will be held on the prem
ises; on March 17th, at:one o'clock.
Letters testamentary to the estate of ,
Richard Bixby, late Of Rush, haVe been
ghnted•to the executor; L. C. Tupper of
efile collector of internal revenue-for the
12th district gives notice that his deputy
wilt receive the amounts assessed as tales
and licenses, at the places in tills county,
na'ined lolow : •
-Dundaffand Clifford at Ayers' Hotel,
Feb - . & 12Z1Vrtmetrto 3. •
Lenox, at Snovers,'. yebeh_, 8 to 11.
.Lathrop 45; Brooklyn, at tillard's,saine
day from 1 • to 3. ' '
Dimock, at Lewis' Uotel, Feb. 15, from
8 to 12 o'clock.
Springville, at Hickoek, 1 to 4.
Auburn, at James Lett's; Feb. 10, from
8 to /Z. • - .
Rush, at Dees same day froni 1 to 4.
'Salver Lake,, at . Gege's Hotel, Feb'. Ifith
frOM to $l. - • . • •
Choconbt, at Hirable's, 17th, 12 to
Ipoliiton arid Little Meadows, at Harly
Barney's, r 6: 18th; froth 8 to 'll.
Middletown and Friendsville, same day
from: - 1 at.Bliss'.
Jessup,-at HofPs, 19th, 'from 8 to 1.2,
Harford, at Zeigler% 20th.froni 9 6112.
*Franklin and Liberty; at Jones', -22 d,,
from 9 to 0;
rorestLake, at Stones', 28d, from 6 td 1 2
and:Bridgewater, at Court,
Hance, Feb. 24ih, 25th; and 28, from 9 to
'Nothing takSti but goveinnient, notes.
TeO:-per - Aut. additieeal charged Upon all
dtiti4s n6k,paidiitt,*V9,tillea and Plana.
Ipttersof adininistration upon, the;
tatelpf ;Isaac! Fcirter, , ,lator, of Springville,
k9V . I; been , granted to the ;executers, P.
Yoklori and: parlor Avery - of Idont
Ittoors of Adminietestion: upon , the es•
tate of. Jankii•Giddingii.lato of Herrick,
'hateelaktitianted' to the executors, 499
cue Watrous; -and 4ohrilLi and:. Walter
Lyon Of • . • t •
0 9 .;ppow the us
hArt l en gmittOttittie.tmetenhrro4!
en' ',Lines; qfjerpihto* andcloriskt TAAL
Alrifit saminkitration. up,„ if . us .
tiite r ,b bankeietntaaf Clifton))
havli liiienr!&sataitia. 7 'Mary Dicker and
'Cbarles D.Milson; 'of Cgtroid,
Laden! 01.64(919190t196. - . to the estate
of Aodrelf.Malp wen:Oat:a liffittadr, have
b e d 1 11 0"exeonto*John Mur
kily and '6Ol MoManifia,z.
Lenora testsa~enfatry tO 7 -41le estate of
Mori Virellmidi:laiiief, NY:Milford, have
.been grouted toAlliot Aldrich. -
wishing to purcliaSe a first-rate Sewing
Maoliiiie of the' Wifook it- Gibbs, or Of the
Finkle & Lyon patent, can hear how to
buy one direct trom either reanufieinrer, -
warranted as usual, at a discount of 14 or
-12-per-cent. from - their - - regular —prices,
with. reas_on,p4ip credit op,,half the amount,
by ;Alin upon or addressing tie editor
of this Opel*
of tho 4igargio ! iy
CoolpinfherOysive #iitice to the Bnper•
visors and citizens Of , the m tOwtiships .
Ilarmony and; Oakland , not having'
taken toll the: past year on 'that
portion of their road running froin•Lanes.
bore to the War•llOnso—a distance - of
one mile--they - have'now abandoned said
portion of the road, and will not be• rest
ponsible for any damages from accidents
on the road or bridge, that may occur in
future. By order of the Board.. .
• • • Rum= li t tuuni,Pri* . t.
JOHN' • SMILIiT, Treaa.
T. W. Tisouri, fieo'yb
Gibson, Jan. 30, 1864: • -
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we confidently offer the Current Volume
as- one a the best ever issued, • for origin
ality, practiind thought- and reliable infor
mation. Send fOr a speeimen.
To Apprentice.—'Vhe Overseers of the
Poor of Montrose desire to bind as appren
tices, three children ; one gill of 12 years,
one of 6, and a boy of 3. Enquire. of W.
W. Sntrru and C. N. STODDARD. tlf-
Deeds.—Very superior Deeds are told
at this office, at moderate prices.
" Hz made a few desultory -remarks,"
said the schoolmaster.. Mrs. Partington
stopped suddenly in the bustle she was
making around the .table for tea', and
gazed over her specathaughtfulll tobiiii.
Leaning' on a Plate vag,ewise,-as if to en
force her views by the support it gave
bar, " I stipposeu Iran bccauisa ho was
weak," said she, " but. AYER'S Pius will
cure him. I never knew 'em to fail—
They are very solitar7 in such cases."
" Really, madam," rephad•he, • " I cannot
guess your meaning." "'You said dysent
ery," said she, layingelown -the. plate and
putting a spoon in -the preserves. I
said desuluory," said he, smiling; " quite
a different thing." "No matter," said
she, looking up in time to box Ike's ears,
who was puttiogpaper down the chimney
of the kerosene lamp. "The Pills are
good fur both, I dear. say, for they cure
almost all the disessis in the cornucopia."
Want , . 12 bu: IZ2 $1,521- Flour.'" bbl. • sBas9,(l.
gye '„ ,1,00 Corti meal., cwt.* fp 2,127.
orn , • " '1 00 Drained 132 s; ift lb, 60,02
Buckwheat,- 621 Butter -300.25
Oats, (32 lbs.) .... ..65Q,70 Lard
Beans 103i.e 1,25 Eggi,lB dos 151a,*
Potatoes. 44 4Z2 ,60 cord,
PrTake no more unpleasant or liinsafb
medleJines. For Unpleasant and dangerous diseases
use UM SIBOLD'S =TRACT Weil% which has reed
the endorsement of the most prominent Physicians
the trottedlitatee. It is now offered to afflicted human
ity as a sure care for the follotiing diseases sad symp
toms originating from diseases and abuse of the rMary
or Sexual Organs: ' • -
Mental and l'lty4eal Depression, imbed/lip, Determin
ation I/rat Moodto the Head, (Impteed Ideas, Hyeterkt,.
General Irrit4, Reittlestnets and Sleeideseness
Night. Absents .ol ifesseidar Illeimey Loss of .Wetits.
Emaciation, Lars Spirits, Disorg or Paralysis's(
the Organsof Generatlea, Patpitatien at the Heal%
And, in fact, ell- thew ic ß omltants of s, Nervous. and
Debilitated state of the s tem'. 'Fe lasurethogentdile,
cut this out, ask for DEL OLDS. take no other. cares
guaranteed. See advertisement in another column.
10/I"The flinger Sewing litantslinel.--- . Ohr
LETTER A. Faintly Sewing Machine is test gulping a
world-wide reputation. Tele beyond doubt thelbest and
cheapest and most,Fesuiliel of Faintli-Sewtnglischlnes
yet offered to the publlc;.l Wo other Family Sowing Ma
'shine has saa 'ma - by - weal emlianeeil the Heismint
Binding, Felling. Truckhg,,Gathering.'fluaging.
lug, Embroil:W ' ing Cetding,'Xiid so forth. No other
Vamilrflewing Wachine has 1111 muck capacity fora greit
variety of work. It will sow all kinds of clotb.andwlth
all kinds of thread. Gloat and recant ImproveMente
tuskeonr Family Sewing Machine most nimble :most
.durable, and meat certain in action /null rates of speed,
It makes the interlocked stitch, *bleb is tbebest stitch
knogn. Any one,+even of the most Ordinary dtpaclq,
_canlee, at a glance, how to use the letter A Family
Sowing Machine. Our Family Seeing Machines are
dnished in chaste and exquisite style.
The Folding Case, of the Family Machine Is a plate of
gunning workmenshlp of the moat useful kind. It pro
tects the machine when not Muse, and when about to •
be operatedmay be opened ea a spacious and waintantial
bleto fasten the work.. While ionic of the. Cases,
made out of the choicest and simplest woods.arefinlatted
in the simplest and chastest mannerpossible; others are
adorned and embellished in the most: costly and superb
It Is absolutely necessary to see the Family" Machine
luoFeission. so RD to \ inclge of Its great capacity and
It is fast becoming upcgular for family sewing as our
The Braneh °Montero well "applied with silk, twist,-
thread. neediess,ell,&e., of the wrybest tlitY.
Send for a Fasnatrr.
. - THE SINGIER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
novl9)'‘ , 458 Broadway, New York,
t o tilladeati o tt Oillee.idoChestned sreet:
• • D . WA US & FOSTER Agents in Montreal.
A4' 0. WARREN,
XTT01t1 5 137 .. LAW: Bonet!; hack Pay, railitosi,
and ExemPtiOn Mime atten ded to:' ratet:
Office Aral door below Boyd's 14ont, XonSroitt,
• . .
PIaptITTRR, MALLOW, EGGS, DIU= APPLICS'4id,
Jut mod kin4p of prodripp wanted in exchange 4or;
Goods it the Grocery and variety Store of
- A. N., BULLARD."
•: FLOITII1 1 . -.FLOTIR
Nj or poolot. for, es4it the lowerteash
• . .
' tat ' 0. SOTTO/ 4 T, "
jj.Penies. - .• -
- • •
.Nit -,, ,, G00,1)131 , -
' s_•,-t• •
JAMB" R. Nan
riLEGANT assortment of .Ladleal.Dress thxda.sto. —
ftlin'es• cashmeres, "Parts :Crapes. all•woot Fldd. , •
tcackand tittered atpacilAtacksitkprints
Ladles cloths, skeletoriand Balmoral Skirts
, . •..,..t..;...,
Drown see bleat:tied musliss.;' White,"014.,V1127.
ped and domestic dawn% dintyni; Ala:01W au Mlle
doniestics: s•• • • • • :•• , .
Partleularsttentionli ealltd to thisdepartment.
One black French clothsandesashaeres, avairbleesn.
&mores, htne_y push:Lard - . Nentact3rjean," - sheerer r t .: -
satinet, and Tailors' Trimmings, Hata and Cale, .
Itosie4,Hoods and Liggins.. Ladies' ioddes, num
Goods and -Notions; is lug ILR•_etegant chaste
stile Ladiss' Drees Condes...:l - •
e tri a lr a o n wt . Let!: an:lwhit reen .e r . at si o r f icg nottabieerd'
milt!, coffee ...spices, gingerinniarlindiel t ne ' T eo ' e"
ecd.m4eterei,codfish. ete 4 ate, .• •
Crockery, Oil, LanipsOnase f
and linseed oils. coal oil lamps siidlintilten. eau, WA,
panto; Paint Sinews, etc.. etc.' _ , .
BOOTS .-AND,. SHOE&
Men.' Kip and BOOTS
boot..- and foOttrat Lad
heavy Doak ehltdren's coppet about. m eno
rUCCO shoot. WIN'. prime ankle, shoat; ladies`
gaiters and Nome° shoes. Whir
.11Malo t tadtat
ci v e l ic hip.v.z)
Theabovato6divan to betattiditlitteel thlt.
17 avert oaa.. -
I have earataatly on bands supply of batter palls. Ile
cease for pane and cash for batter: Medan Salt for sale
Prothieilaiiiii . in Exiliiike,
ItTY°lll.?Supt ! li l t • -3444,1 RM.
SOTWIWB PIILM.OIOO STAUP"
SCIDMtS PTILMONId STEgiv
WILI ! CIME
SCHElifirS ' PIILMOISfIC SYRUP'
- . ,
SCHENK'S SEA=WEED TONIC
wna. cods „
SCHENK'S Skit- . WEED TONG'
WILL .cuss ,
WRENN'S MANDRAKE PILL WiLLVDRI
• 1 PIIIIS WILL CIIIII
Liver Complaints. -
9SIESNICB MANDII4SE PIUS WILL CUBE
DR JI.M.SCHNParbas 'I largasaltof reeve* st
Shnd'atreetl, New Tork, wheel be can be found stay"
Tuftdsr..llropr9 a. as. to 3p. audi at No. of North 6th
atreeti Miledelphia; Pa., every Satarday:
He keeps a lame supply of. media:amid Ms rooms,
widths= be hadat all times.. Those whiffet advice or
an .atamination of tbelungs will do well to oars 111dP
as above. He makes no charge for-id/Ift. but for e
thorough eumahmtlahWith Dos EeapireOleter, his pries
la • - e -
310T.penqns are afraid lo lusyi thoialkap examined
Dr: Schenk for fear that they will hilbund inetuabla,
and bp Mailmen, ft is pat off - until ft ft too late. How
much Senor ib weeddbe to know their ealdltkou at on"
as by abzbiblbovbr &Adana, Dix 11, hassikowi suNelenl
certificates imilda-4tyttushltstbas cumadadvancedstao
Dr. SchenierPrineipal mite I. NballiNorth 6th sa..
Pm.' where letters for adMes• should all.
was be directet . • .
Pelee of the Pulmonie - Sy&p std Sea Weed Poo le.
each et per bottle, or the halldoken. likorbke la
For sale by all Dniggiebband . lioilik
0et.15, ;? an , • k.
rotANGE of boors, eomrsertgAdontilay..Jan. dtb„,
Nj MC Trains ;winnows! Gread/Pind, fs.,ltabdakdbu ,
refloating banns, via: i: , ; ;,. :i I.!*
I WESTWARD 1 . 107 - N11.,. Itilifi l iirlitit ii4tillY..
1, BufildoltipitssAdarp.ni ~ t ;siattpritts, 1113p.0s
3, Night lixpress,l:sBa.m 11, litessabost •• • 403 pan.
IS,' Xall; at . 1:49 p,ut 1 9 , Ci -sOt !!, tbdas.m.
• lt, Way 'Freight.'" itritp.ro SO, Way fte4O,7IIROS pas
11, .deuercodstiail, 9:19 s.m ~. . t , , , . _ •
Vain 3,:rnne every diy„ Ito. ill - rail 131iidayklut
does not Inn Mondays. Train lief Saturdattreasises ,
York, runs through. Ball todo,' but does n ma to Dun
kirk. • ;... .' ' . CRA'B 4 I)IINOW ;Sept,
TO THE PUALIC:.
. - ABEL - lagit!RALle •
larAll reetatlysepeel*, aid I,s - *shiny, Tttatelat
Ail; . 10 WlOMplttlo -pt " • ~' * f '!- t/ . . , ••- _.
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.1,11 the y • hri ••-•• . • • • tltOt UM& la gr.
Vgilded. embraelateverythipg, with rgsr es 7
via tenders Ida sincere tbardrt. ta tbalkilate • .
ed Ulla with their patropage, ppg hopes,: to ta , t a eon:.
°nuance of MO* ettaVd; - ; t a t t y nittilia.M .
viled Us pall at Ida lltpre. , 'aulnize,4 ... , ass 1n - -
liea (if hill goods: •t • ' - ,-•-• , : 1- ,-. : -- • ,
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