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The Constatetkw. wed.
The Detroit inn Press rails attention to
the fact that in evetY: decision of a -State
Supreme Court yeFmade, rn which the pee
si Lions assumed by thesußremeCourt of the
United States upon the Slavery complica
tion has bee/ladled% question, itadecisions
have been sustained: It says: Upon n'o
0° one thing have the opposition here at the
North been so persistent *their attacks as
upon the United 4States Supreme Court,
and from no other 'source bare they derived"
so much political capital as froth two or
three of itadeeisions. These decisions have
been upon the fugitive slave law and the
Drsid Scott case. Bleeding Lenses was
scarcely of more 'benefit, to them than this
latter decision, mut &mner's broken head
was not a comparison. to it, although that
one thing gained them thousands of votes
in 1856. It mattered not that both those
decisions were hued upon a plain construc
tion of the oonstitutian itself ; that was
denied, andinflammatory appeals made to
the passions and prejudices of theyeople.
and the decisions decried as uneonstitte
Lionel, unsound, usurping, and even des
potic. In fact, the Supreme Court has of
late been the great depository whence the
whole republican host has drawn both meat
and drink. Now, orange as it, may appear,
both these decisions of the United States
Supreme Court havebeen eonfirtned by the
Supreme everts of two States whose judges
are oven pne republicans, and so soon as
the same principles are brought before'
other Supreme Courts, they will be again
confirmed. We repeat that the decisions
relative to the fugitive slave law and the
tired Scott easehave both been oontirmed
by the republican courts themselves; they
are forced to accord in the very principles
which have been sovehemently denounced.
Indeed, it could not be otherwise, whore
opinions are formed in accordance with
law and the constitution, and not to pan
der to sectional feelings and prejutlict..--•
The decisions in both these cases were
right, and the republican courts are so de
claring them. First, we had the decision
of the Supreme Court. of 'Michigan in the
case of Day vs. Owen, in which even broad
er ground was taken against the negro than
was done in the Dred Seed case. The Su
court th e States passed
cally equal to the whites, and the other that
he was not socially; the one madohimse
litically inferior, the other socially Ulterior.
The United States.Chpouit Court raid 4.61.. t
as a citizen he had not certain rights, but
the State court denied him rights as a man.
The one degraded him as part and parcel
of the body politic t the other has abased
him as part and parcel of the social fabric.
The one dealt with him as a citize t n ; the
other as a man, Who will say that the
Supreme Court of the State of Michigan,
composed-wholly of gentle Men elected by
the republican party, did not go farther
than did the Supreme Court of the Vniuxi
States? If one was infamous, then is not
the otherdoubly infamous f Here we have
the very principle—the whole animus of the
Dred Scott decision—Aar/nal, and in a
way that should be still more repugnant
to the professed negro-worshipers. It would
be repugnant if their whole crusade against
this decision of thb United States Supreme
Court was not of the naesthypocritical kind,
started and persevered in merely to make
The other decision of the United States
Supreme Court, relative to the fugitive
slave law, has just been confirmed by the
supreme Court of the State of Ohio, com
posed wholly of gentlemen elected by the
hjaFk_,:republican party, asSki
gan. In refusing to clitaniesliushell 'and
Langston from the custbdy ot the United
States Marshal, the whole validity and con
stitutionality of the.fagitive slave law is ac
knowledged, and it is more than probable
that it was so definitely stated in 'the deci
sion rendered. The State court plants it
self upon exactly the same ground as the
Federal court, and so it is regarded by all
parties. It will he retnembeied that a short
time since the Supreme Court of 'the Uni
ted States rendered a decision in the Wis
eonAin came, in which the power of a St
court to grant a writ of habeas carpus in ate
case of persona held in custody under a
Federal procees was granted, but the/right '
to discharge them wee &pled ; au'd this
decision was ferociously assailed by the
whole Wick reaphlican host ma usurpa
tion of State rights. Now, however, the
utile court follows this decimi4h lb all io
tpects, varying from it not,a jot, nor a tit
tle, leaving,the Wisconairktxturt to shift for
itself, alone and unheeded.
These paints are sefficient. They are
sufficient to show that the'etand taken by
the chief Federal wart hae be right in
every cook and the republican cants are
affirming the is principles laid down by
it. They are sufficient to show thotalf the
assaults made by 41,144* in prereand ora
tors upon the Federal judiciary have been
made wholly for political purposes, and
founded neither upon w sense, of justice
nor regard for the anntitutliou and lowa.
Will that, court be *weette the
citadel of alteretyi or ' the•Courta of .
Michigan and Oitio biqldbxt upon #o ar4 tl
a portion of tiiiiipioutup t „Ain net, in I
fact, thesabYpoaditicaiasemasu l ts ocramens.,
ed by the mouths of tlishientrn ebosniAniref:
intend Do-not their ciirtt teiti* *hist.
11 ." From til io r 4 . 1 14 444 1 a 1 41 1 0111 °
that the Secretes, of tiki Oonsabiniwasitit
has official velum bad 107 alitmliet,
which Leacher% **nit, is W.' Poi*:
four counties are stitrh) he ilakgrinaird
from. In the above manna are included
most of the Opposition onviatisoff ;
now believed that Kr. Leteher'll nuticalty .
will be 6,000 or wort. Not woke* aehave
- - At tkoktathas, Ohio.- oat She 2ath
ult., the Supretne Court, full bench, heard
the arguments on the writ of h beas,oorpus
obtained by Bushnell and La gston, con
victed of rescuing a fugitive ilave, in the
i l rni
U. S. Circuit Court. Tot Si• y» t/, repre
senting the SUS su tted the
case upon the printerlAri , b ra 4.0. Rid
dle and Attorney 6e lie W lee of tint
tßate... called into the ease by t. Alovornor,
made oral orpiment:4 in tali t ition to the
points set forth in the brief the part of
the rolatprs. One of the positions taken
by 4u3na i lyas_,tl/44 We fugitivejact of 1&U
contravenes, the ordinance of 1 1757, of an
tecedenkand superkif obligation, and is
therefore void. The ther prints were in
substance and affect the same al; were taken
before Chief Justice Shaw, in .51, in Bee
ton,ll by Messrs. Rantoul, Lorin Dana, Sum
ner, Davis and others. who appeared in
position to the constitutionali ' orthe law.
Towards. the close of his ar ment, Mr.
Wolcott became magpanimo ly bellicose,
eager for the fray, and intpatient for the
shock of arms. He said : i
“ I hesitate to refer to a si4gle topic.—
Yet I hear it,—you hentr itheiterybody
hears it said upon the streetts,!if this Court
shall exercise its unquestomible 'preroga
tive in the enlargement or thlse Prisoner.,
these will be a conflict-=-4 cotAllict•hetween
State and Federal Authority. What tI e .til
Are we chililiren,—are we oldiwouten to be
frightened from ouiproptlietpl.y a men.e.e
like this? I reverence Litt, bkit tvvt tilo
of King Ifomha of Naples. ( -tatel
by ~rder, but not the order Nvlllch ‘
in Warsaw after a massacre.
desirable, but not the peace Willett AVM ,•-
liberty, and inibsist nailer a I I
there is. to be a conflict let it now,
when I can meet it. I would leave no
conflict as it legacy to in} children.”
After hearing the pill - Wilt, Judge sit
annotinced the deci-ion bt tie• t, re-
fusing to release the pre..iter- ruin the eut.-
tody of the U. S. ottieer}. Thi. It a wet
hlanket Ohio ..n,4 IV there
Wald Un uth , r t .iy L( t-liOvi t lit it ictqh, their
convention which met a few daty. tiftpr, re
fused to re-nominate .1 tal l ie Swan, but fou n d
in a man named tiliobton a more pliant
tool of Wrissterit Reserve fanaticism.
ser The republican newspapers arc re
joicing eter the gams of the opposition in
Virginia as disclosed by the election the
other day. They can scareely contain
themselves over tite fact that the demo
cratic majority musiderably reduced.—
Now, nisei was the chief feature of the
conttet. in Virginia, the result of which
is the occasion of so much republican
joy ? Why, it was that the opposition
esizelidate for Governor claimed to he a
more devoted Afteciple of the institution of
slavery than the democratic candidate,—
TIM dentoendie eanditlate was charged
with heresy int the slavery question. He
wan charged with once having yiiipathised
with an emancipation Movement in \'ir
giniu Theve,charges the opposition can
didate everywhere made, and they were
everywhere echoed by the opposition press,
with what effect we have seen in the vote.
• • u • .s this show ! Simply that
tijijiaw zaiatatawns..e.•.-- •
brace the negro traders on the cut.st at
Artmr - ar -rpntam
11119. About a year ago, a man named
Maud atteraved to murder hi, wife by
shooting her in N. J. ; he was tried, the jury
failed to convict him, on the ground that he
was insane, and he was sent to.the Lunatic
A s ) lam at Ttenton, he swearing that he
would yet f,a14.! the lives of oertain relatives
and acquaintinices of his. On Thunslay
this man removed the gratings from the
window of hie cell, and made his escape
from the asyltnn. The warden immedi
ately telegraphed to the chief of police of
Newark, to keep a gtuird about certain per
sona, and to`have a sharp look-out for ,
Maud, because it was probable he would at' .
once go to fulfil hin threats of vengeance.
This was done by the officer notified : he
stationed policemen at the houses•of all
the threatened partie--but did not know
that a sister of the man was living in New
ark. Hence ithe was left unguarded. To
her hushend's shop the escaped prisoner
at once went, imd drawing suddenly a pi,-
tol from his lic.c.kot shot her with two bulls
--she was instantly killed. The 111 M-deter
was soon tarred - et' and i 4 tom in irons in
the County jail. It is the g, floral impres
sion M Newark that he is not insane, us
he appears perfectly rational, hut that he
Is entirely reckless and desperate.
lel. The 17 elle Nip we an• dctertnined
to have "the lttst word" no the Ikral---0
setts arubildnient. t hu• c , lteciponuy
Inisakttri.' Ile can have the '111,4 nord
if be *ants IL Weha‘e Ovown
by IAOIII that re:' , tricii,n, orh::Tn, t,- ,
it wtus forced t larougli ttsu l'ul , h 1, 1; , •.111 h• 41: -
Wares by putty thrill—butt I• r 'ins
rstip member voted against it—how a ',-
publican slate entiventinn in Now
last fall adopted a ,i1:1,1 :r pr.t.e.ir',4l
p ar t of its in-- L , t, tL, rel.u hLcun
leaders now all Over the 44 were, hilt
a short time .irive to ft r.r of a I,,nge l N.,.
hibition—anti th.o. :t ha- r.s ult
the sanctioa of 11,e p. .t: the polls to a
state that bun ropubilout
If all these fasts. go for noth log —if tiny
only prove that tl u repuldie.til... are not
rctspor ts ibl e 'f or its iulopt lull, att.i dull the
Ihatuncrats ttre,..- 7 -then the aritlitnetteal
Problem that twice two make four, is a
hurnbug. That's all
wk. The Gazettr stir+ it -ix nirliStorited
to:tneet catt,Lusthie hi polities! °pigments."
A notable exainple of the inah of this, is.
its first *Nielson the hiassaehu4ott s uno m nd_
went, and the following from its miumns
this week :
NIL; The result at the Virginia election has
forced from Mr., Buchanan the declaration that
"in no event will he he a candidate for re
The* Gazette knbits, and so does every
body else; that Mr. liven mor declared in
him inaugural address, that in no event
*odd be accept a second nomin a ti on ._
)ih'language was—`4llaving determined
•rmit icrbeeBmi; a candidate for re-election;
fi 44 have no motive to influence my
doindnet,in administering the government
istaiiiit'the desire ably and faittifully to
mj country." That was kild t March
4 4847, acme tine anterior to the Virginia
molten. Ire think. ;
!Si An emigre wit° wins OSA his way to
•:i e's Peak, was fortunatit hnotigh to be
a ok by lightning, lain wet* before be
bedigtotie beyond sit. .fusepiiaio.
Mb. The demeetel.B , hank mnie.l- the
' of Leavenworth, Kauniam,„ by 4.50
' 'lir Prasideatt lllucassiat had an entlin
biaotic rteep&ion lust week at Raleigh, N.
C. An whim% of vol some was delivered
by the Hon. D. 1d..• : Narcat, to. whisk'
tot:slept re! . • e ; . b : i :.
rof I tbe-,im k,• o ' , fi e i • 1
liel.ltlat, thea* ko
taSf war -, o ,• 1.
in Runk* aho# Ouich #. : . e
Audi-Win ituditattlons. li, .• • • ...' , .
mentioned the feet that the atm .. po
litical life was growing dim. The : ...
tart' of thU Interior, who accompanied
President, was thou milled out and •• ..,
Q The Republican Convention met at
liarrisburg on Weshiesday. It was organ
ized by making lion. D.tvia T.tuo.tav, of
Northumberland, President, with a large
number or Vice Preitleuts and Secretaries.
Gen. Kam, of Berks., was nominated for
Surveyor General. and Taos. E. COCHR tv, nf.
York, :or Auditor General. Neither the
platform, nor the particulars of the con
vention, have reached us yet.
The Battle of- Montebello.
Corresporairnoe of the I,ndon Daily Nowa
Ti UV, May 21.
At 11 o'clock yezdoriLL) 1;01(s) Austri
-1111(icr OW orders of General Z.uit•l,
ITere •eeti to move ton aril the Pied
tebe pos, , ,etksions of Montebello, weie
,weupie,l i.V )t) Stirdlui,ul hor•teinen ,up
pot t , 1 1,3 t•A uI d t let 1, , Tice Aubti iant,
Wet in 'ea, their Light wiug
beta In the tltroetion of Ilrataduzzo,. their
tett 11.tilk ,411. 1 porte,i by a large artillery,
Ott na. wlitle their volututi of attack
of the center. ativanoxl, by l'iatale, tokvAril
our line, of lloatebello.
.1 , soon as lien. Furey W. 14 roused by roll
after roll of muaketry on the left, und by
ill.. -IThrp report of A ustriau and Pieduion
tc.e gun,. unuelicdnitli the 3d brigade
of Ls division in the direction of Mont -
h.llo to support the Piethnontese cavalry
which 4k) ilia, time had already thivanceu
to meet the enemy.
The battle of Montebello seateely ad
mits of a description. It am. a series of
dieadful deeds of daring, haud-to-hand
tights, of sanguinary encounters, of des
perate charges and assaults. The sh.ell*
and bulleti of the Austrians burst so thick
ly “mong our that our eutatt.r, al
reiol engaged, was obliged to fall Lack on
the light of our lams, yeti, ang ~.thu Ito .-
. by a ravine tille t t with
brushu 00. 1. which , le.ceuded towit.tl the
main road of Vogin ra.
As tiyn. Ileuret led on his men t sup-
i.ott our c,.11 t c, it wa..ulncrred that a body
of the enemy had gained the top of a hilly
ground behind the French tlivimon on ot r
right. A volley was poured Low
them, awl, protected by the tire, both
he.hnoutese and French 4 aUlc out trout
the ravine anal went boldly to meet the
ellen*. The effect ut the French
guns, mury tug their bullets to a .L.t.anta•
tat Inure than two English miles, was so
great, that the oentre ut the Austrians was
soon obligod to fall back on its reserve,
and liontebello was, again occupied by oar
men. By this thue the 3d and 4th brig
lulus of General Forey's division had reach
ed the scene of the action. This (Litton
guished ottleer had left iu support of a mall
band of the national guard—who, by the
liJ•e, fought bravely—Lis let bride, trend
ing an orderly oBicer of bps stal l to Marshal
Baraguay d' llilliers, asking support ill need
ict bayOnetk ; An Austrian Colonel an Ti'
Croats were made prisoners. Assailed in
front by the French ; broken by the im
petuosity of the charge of the Sardinian
hfouferrato light horsemen, led by the
brave Col. Morelli , attacked on the right
by the 2d brigade, and by our artillery all
along the line, the Austrians began to re
tire atter a struggle of six hours.
At s"o'elock p. in. they weredriven pen
men down the hill toward Stradella on one
side, and toward Casatistna on tho.other,
leaving mounds of dead behind them.—
'We had won theday. The Austrians were
therefore unable to force our positions,
though they were 15,000 strong. with a
powerful artillery, thus outnumbering us
by 6,04 s)rnen. Forey's division numbered
scarcel) z•%,000 lighting men, and was sup
ported by . .tOnSardini.in horses. VOLInIII,I
not lOrget that this brave cavalry, led
young C'el. De Somme., sustained tor an
hour the first shock of the enemy.
gi‘ing time to the French to coup up
The last eliaige made by the
was fatal to Col. Morelli, alto fell mot ,ally
wounded from hi- horse. Ites e l,.
we have to deplore 200 dead uu,i „;,4+4,)
wounded. Among the I.e.t the names of
'olonel s tin, 4. Les. 13.1. i re. Lye
Die.nieuli, and Major 1• en all Frendi
superior officers, are n be noticed. lien
Forey and the rti l 1., : colonel. :son
belia‘ed nnblt. It is noltossitue
&sew lain the t thek
IN:C:1112%e Ot/14 Itas not et ,unted
Aecord.,l the .tt • -mit- oi in, inior
nhi•it. the \ ti,tratips have 10-t 1., - ,po a l , ll
ft, 01 1 Illi .. 1) 111111‘.. ' t, 1./ 'IC% l ill lOU- t. it
I ~ io , s'll /1( , . • ...d that ime.r lie .:1 vould not
,•:.:1,1 111, 1.1.. , . -A) e: , ;, , ii.oce!.. :4441
I 11.0...011, ...I ~ 1.11.4 .11 , 1 ~: : , ..1114.1j . 1.111
1 % 4, 1 , 1,: A 1.,5 , A..,1/ .6-. :it. . wore as-united
1., L,, ~ ~,,ok a.• .t,.(1, tiiey were always
1:::‘.•14 1.. 11 :1, it '..,,5; th,..r po , ttion;-. anti
1,/ , ' ,a,., ~I 2. / 0111 t . t.1 . 110 % , .4-S - ti/UA taken
:.,1 t... 3.1.11 tliriee tlurithz the aetion. I
I,„ t i so lit) pr, .. 1i , 101115 Whitt ovt -r to•sentl you
. • orreet d'-. rilitt.)ll 01 the battle. As I
ii,t‘e ttliewi •-aill, tin- brilliant exploit
t.1.1/liiiti id le, fle,erirtion : it in only a
..I,,,t ( th 11,•ti I
pre.ent to your reader.
Arrival of the Steamship Africa.
I'oRK, tin, 9.
The steainship .11rica ha, LuTlyed from
i.iterpool '2.stli tilt. Ntulting juiportant
t•otu the seat of war be 4 .111 I Ilirther details
of the battle of Montebello. The Austrians
proces..4 KatiSraCcion WIL L the result. Guy
-1,1 says het loss oda.4 2.90 killd, 21$ wound
ed and 2.;N; missing. Ift. says the French
numbered IU,OOII, but obstameml l'rom
Count :Author). cotntualitler of the Atts
tA ian lorecw, Wad
Some French authorities still assert that
not much over 10th) French were engaged.
others estimate the number at 12,000.
It is reported via Turin that 5,000 Aus
trians attacked Garibaldi's corps at Ver►s:e,
but were repulsed and pursued. The coun -
try around Verese was in insurrection.
tiarilAddi was on his way to Como. Ilia
force numbered 10,000, but he had no cav
alry or artillery.
Popular risings ►n ►savor of Sardinia are
making in some parts of Parma.
Vague rumors (Mlle via Vienna that
Gorcitikolf, the Russian foreign minister,
had resigned because the Emperor refused
to carry out the engagements with France.
The Derby ministers have issued a strong
appeal to their Parliamentary supporters
for an early attendance to meet the oppo
The Empress Eugenie, in addressing the
great bodies of the State, said sh e t,fi kee d
full dependence on the patriotism,' of
e deputies and upon the support "f the
entire nation, which during the absence of
its chosen chief would never be found
wanting to a woman and child.
The speech was loudly cheered.
The Bourse was - firm and advancing and
closed at Gil 55c.
War excitement }►igh in southern Gor
Koaeuth waa expected to go to Genoa in
about a week with the full econcerr ence of
Particular precilleir ki Velbelod otwd
Tt lived but' atiOntes after Wth. The
loots - are •Votidditribrby . - tNe actitiodint
pkysioian. one of the;hl . l o . ll mading in
theoc.ity, and cannot bo.ted.--Latirefiee
soar narokl (O. W.) Gestate 'sig
ah account Othlie execution damn n=
Byers ont h r it lay, says that a Low dais
previous to execution. Byers offered a
physician in near ifswrittsville, the
privilege of takeng \ his body after his death
for the sum oftlo. Iheoffer was accepted.
The tuouy he permitted to his wife, but the
poor worua.o refused te \ receive it.
N rar Juke 9, 1850
Fun - a—Market very heavy anti" lower.
Stiles 3700 bbls at $6 85®6 60 ibr Te
poet ion Fiuperline State, $ 6 6506 90f e x tra'
do' $6 25e5.6 50 for Jttnt; inspected iturcikwe
IVeAtern, $6 6507 JO Air sionunon to good eic,
tra Western, and $6 SOOT 16 for good extra
round hoop Ohio. &Wall sales Bye Flour at
$4 00e5 25.
Gums—Wheat, market heavy, dull and low
er, Sales 3000 bit at $1 56 for whit. Michi
gan. A'stuall parcel very choice new stroprd
Georgia sold at $2 00. Rye dull. Sales 4000
hu at 97®913c. Corn heavy. Sales 21,000'bu
at Sic for old mixed Western, 880 . for new do„
95e fur very choice yellow Southern, 90®92c
for round yellow, and white Southern at Ole.
Oaus lower and heavy at - 51€}52 for State, and
03e04c for Western tind Canadian.
'Nun istoss--Pork market opened firm but
closed dull and heavy. Sales 1600 bbts at
$l7 00(#)17 25 for new mend, $lB 00018 50
for prime moss, and $l5 00@.16 26 for prime—
including 600 bbls prime at $l5 25. Beef dull
and heavy. Sides 300 bbls at $6 75®7 25 for 1
country prime, SS 50®9 25 for country MINI,
$ll Uo®l4 00 fur repacked Chicago mess, and
$l4 50(16 60 for extras. Lard heavy and
dull. Sales 400 bbli at 11®171c. Butter dull
at 1360 GI for Ohio, and 14020 c for Slate.—
l'heese dull at 6010 c. TalLow leery and held
at 10001 c, -with buyers at 101 e. /
Berraao, June 10, 1859.
The market for Flour was rather more so
tire yesterday, and holders were firmer. The
sales -were about 2600 bbls at $176 for &ate
from spring wheat, s7@7 87 for the range of
good to choice extras, and $7 60®$8 00 for
double-extras and favorite brands.
(.lams--Then was • moderate milling de
mand for Wheat, and the market was Tether
firm. Nothing doing for shipment. /isles
16,000 bu iu lota at $1 66 for red Ohio, $4 40
for red Illinois, and $1 60 for white Indiana.
Corn was quiet. Sales 13'000 bn Illinois at 77c.
Nothing doing and no change in other grains.
F,1 1 7M1
On the SOth ult., by Rey. E. P. ToMusa,
Mr. CEYLON OTIS and Mrs. MARIETTA N.
JAQUES ROBINSON, both or Alabama. Gen
esee eounty, N. Y.
In Towline, Ohio, on the ith Int
_Hamilton Mr. T. 8. 6ISCLAIIZ
P 7, *Mr Mlati SATE B. DOUR/JAN.
years,, 1 month and 13 ilium
In Weal, Girard, (in the2lia ult., of couaump-
Lion, Mn RICHARD PHILLIPS, in his 20th
T C. OWOO&48 & CO..
lirnonnancn Basun in Clasonarns AND
Alison. lOW dim; 80. 10 Brown's Bnorar.
STRAYED from the premises
. 7 1
of the riabeeritair la the dry of trio,
wont the lath alt., a large red sad wkfte
COW ; wail giving milk; had • Mph mom or
the left hip. Aar permit Mann sad rotomain o . rid Coin
Erie. Jame 11. Mit
eta be salkikly rewarded. W. br REED
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FAMILIES IN WANT OF A FIRSTRATEMA
CHINE AND vrisiuNo TO TRY ONE,
Cittl biros one sent to their dweatsp end be shows her
ult• it, and thus estiely thaoadeea before p a n g
that the machine Is all that I elaim for it.
This Luebke, la oa ante at fir. James Lytle's Atom bth
•• now plat*. C. A. WAL& , AO.
AMS AND HOMINY.
J. HANiSUN Ia now receiving from Ciscinnatt
tio,m tot of z.ugar Cured 11413111, and some at the gm
sow Wein nese Northoy. Call itt the
June I GROCERY REPOT, CHIPIIIDIL
superior article of St.
u-onges flank Coded' on ale at
Janet 161 HANSON'S GHLOCERY DIVOT.
Very choice, embracing threw grades of //grap—
e good %rile* be : better and rye ) eft flavored ea_ Stew
art's G.ddea or While Synm WI Now Or leans Wobvaws,
tbt• 'Pry hest kind for
June asiftsparrewi Junell.l DKPOT.
Sealed, retaining the original tiaeor, small
earoffor family nes, on We at
Brio Jules la3B-1
ROCERI E.1 4 1.—A good supply of most
atiteles In the Grainy Use may be item] at
lunows FAMILY GROCERY.
Erie, /tat 11, 1869.-1. amoebic
- ttantian 1 EkddieriT" ---
AMEETING will be held in the Select
Cooped' Room. onallatordav 01/ YUJI" at $
ado.* P. IL, for the purpose of ofigunizin& i s
Company to %betty. All those who hoes *paper
to that efieet, as well mull who desire to he week
emu:dation, Are requesied to Mimi pn.pptb st said
leer and place. Erie, June IT.I 1.
Co. • Now Firm.
BELoCIARTER £ JICELLAXIG.
T If A V emsociated with me in the Ore
l_ aory a ad
Pirsidakm bamdasia & 111. K&ILLOCKI4 mad
busioung 1411 herealtar eaadaated in the *agar aad
curio of IIIeCAUTIM & KEL LOGG.
. 1 " loin. IL lllio-1 JOSEPH KeCNINTKR.
poi:4 mill zffil Z , i
oSummer styles and shake selections
On Saturday June 11th, at
1 / 1 8 A. E. 00t.I'll
Par bail ing.
Zris, Jaw MUM. , tit
J. a atriultso - co n
WHOLESALE GR CERS!
H A Vt TAKEN T.l-14 EITOR/
No. 'lO Brolm's Block,
commie* ocetsfror , AY 4 a 47',4' Cc.)
Where they are offering akelerge and Sep.
end st9ek Of
162‘liteln - sively at
11. cr 1 e net
And ravectfulUy solicit a share of the
Erie, June 11, 14339.
'MfflnaffeliOliar - ` --
ME subicriber woo* . , the Mien
/ 314 2 1 : . : • lii ' AZT',
I : a* :
ti ~ "
43 7 welt") fit - OEM.
Which be •at a much tins num
than can be purchased elsewhere.
is the Stook of a -Bankrupt !
Cimpriets• Complete Lomort — wit.
Aim( thalobbil mill be sold
WITIIOtIT Ittil3A - RD TO COST!
H. F. WHITE.
P. S. Boota and Shoot at Retail, 40 per
cent below ordinary'prices. Bet Ween
Brown's Hotel and the Reed Rouse.
At Sign of Red Flag.
Erie, - June 11,11659.-I.lln.
6 SARA Et JANE. I
BONG AND CdOEUL • room'
Mambas! loots( Nodody nay ormismo
psalmist, no be we QOM* ea ma
sr Melba wed tvol soon bower one of the are:=
Noose ellhe day. lientlionde of Um weal
Prior 28 east.. sailed Dee. Joel pribikired by Hearne
Varian. •4**,1 1 0. sir Soorihm, Wye York.
NEW Ala.. roma". VOCAL MUILIC.—“EIsd Words"
the Angela told ree ee ;" "Gras of Aplasisi r
of the Wad r " Ohs Ms Bade My Umtata Rome ..-
"Therighte of pod ;“ adith Moo r " over of
Thee ;" and "Old Nemo *" as snag by Its Illardeate of
Prgandea Ordleen. rues ends arch.
NNW AND remota unrniumaumu.
"Palms Orden Polbs r Amu. ; "Walptro or Bakke
(braarßir r • Now Dar. Woe do Nora sores "'Piero
looalat Polka." "SwbVtottlieb;" "Thema Bober
Sehoitilieh r all with nen "Hibernian Quad.
Alio Nab oda llooalso Wll•ta "Danville Ma.
sari* "A rabies War Dry March • .Booding Polka :"
dbedbe'Ven. enid-absirenes and Airman. r
for organ, wekwbon.or piano . This Wait eantalas Dearly
909 11.7wali and talear`and la ass id the beat adlostiosa
for Sabbath-saloon me inroad Pries 11 wan. lib peg
hundred. palings t sat. LlogentlY Weed. eta., bib
per hundred, orteto eta. Anodes thalami susastor of
new aad papalar Weis imy &laid "Mad Words can
Never Die;' Tin Voile from lisaven," sad "l God be
There." nee* ace sang to some Ivo then lad children
awe teachers at On enaday-sediool Colebeatioa and trotted
States Teachers' Convention at Jnynei Hall, Philadelphia,
by the Ilk .na Lanier s.tis 1 err aloe olltrustly n, N.Y.
and Were highly apprise* id. My twenty thousand
copies have bees sold % nine i days. They have bees
introdoced into some of Mt •t. Stools in New Toth
sod Brooklyn Anang thr nassbor are Dr. Tyne,. Dr.
Thertnes, Dr. Oilledn'e and Dr. McLarre's. Just published
by HURACK W ATM!, Agent,
June 11, 11149.-I.Bw
HORACE WATERS, Ag't.
888 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
PUBLISHER OF MUSIC AND MUSIC
Dealer Is bleneleoax, Alexandre OVUM, Organ
a's lebrated mei other Geltaza,
VW. V tallanetkna, Acandeons,
Platiama. Mem, .IfUt rz elarionell3e, Triant
km. 'teaks Yorks. sad iieramrsa.
Violin Intim, best lan Striaga,
Bruit Instraininta, for bands,
Mao Steals and Coma,
• a rm
all blab of Maaaral
14111111111 1 MUSIC, Iroa all the pablishan la tbs. U.
8. • Bertha% Huntia's and Radom &Mel, mad all Mods
et . bmeireetion _Woks for the above isstruspeata ; Church
Mask POO ; Ludo elepotly Bowed ; rule Byer, sad
all blade el Masts MenOseselist AT TIM LOW PST
NSW TUIBOIOI4, at $ll6, PIO, PA $7BO, sad up to
$llOO 81101)81) BOND PUMAS !Ma *l6 up to ;
Now Ilekhdoes., $46, $6O, $76, $lOO, sad up pOO7
88COND RAND MALOIIBO7.O, Itvo PO to p 0 • AlM
ouser•lP% Orptesas with eire stem SNO. dee p, $lO6
sad Memo sops, phu, wine sad Ohms imps
WO sad ; Alehlaugree thlwa Aseemraimo--•
Dew leatressent jest imported—pries VS sad ses. A
Wand disamet a Glargyasee, Churches, lishbati fichodis,
handsome sad Teachers. The Trod. supped at tike use
d tin& insomnia.
Leswern tionooL nooFsptrausago DT 1118
211.2 Anniversary and arida-School Insio Book„ No.
1, eantsins 1114 moss sap bynias. Mei Spirits eich,
Tali Amgen-ma and illiaday-Stakool Bask Book, 80.
2, Malaise 30 taper and bysans. Prins 3 cone esch,
MS Anniversary tad Sanday-Scitool Nub Book, No.
3, eastains SO taws and hymns. Pries 4 cents misii„ 'l3
TIM Anniversary sad linaday-lkhiroi Mask look, No.
oisitaise 39 town slid hymns. Piriell S meta 4444191
• _lll,rde. Berk_
, 7•^ e d . 1. 1
onalidun le Isar midi hymns. Pries ma met. lie. I
ronlahla 36 tow and hymns. Prim S cents each. 22 per
hundred. Porters cue need mu&
TUB Beleath-eeheel Bell
.oath 191 tansy hymens.
Pries 12 costa each, $lO per lisedred, pashige 1 es=
bonsa i SO cents seek $ll per beached ; elegantly
hi deft 26 cents esah, BS per Inandked. gioehige 3 esete.
CONGPSGATIONALL SINGING—AA eight page Testi
I%t• 2its, par des. $1 SO Der hredred.
TIthertAIONTAL, 09 21111
HORACE WATERS PIAN'OB MEWDEONE
" The Plan time to hand, and I. drat rate order. It is
bentlfal bottomed aad aomielien"—Laa dt Wants,
John Hewitt, of Carthage. New Ark, who has had on
of the Karam Waters Pince, writes es %them
A frtead of Wee wines w to muctiere • pine he
her. ilhe likes the one yogi sold as In Deeember
Hy pine is thesedag perdu la this place, and I think I
.ow introduce one or two 10041/ ; they will be mom popu
lar tbaany other make."
" We have two of Wale& Maas In me In our flawdeary,
ow of width the bra sinvely tested for three y- ye, and
.srs asa testify to,their good quality sad derabthity."—
' Woo* h Omen Knot Carroll, lll.
N. Warne, ifor i —Dssir We —Having aid on of
year Piano-torte. r two years peat, I have found It a
very seperivr etrama Ammo GNAT,
/*Mager Armitage Nara& thatheary.
"The Piano I rec And from you owner to give retie
tection. hemmed it none of thenst hutment. In the
plea ."—JAioni L. Carton. Cherlestole Ts.
"The Melodeon has inhdy arrived. I feelabliged to you
for vov literal discond—oth de al.ll am Ow you In thew
parts"—Neva J. N. NoColumx, Yariiamille, 8. C.
"The Paso as. duly received. It time in excellent
and is very mush adnaind by my ameeroas
family. Accept my thanks for your premptams."—thisear
Cowin, Warrenham, liredford Co., Pa.
Your Piano pleases us well. b the test one in 00Z
County."—Tnonn Laren, Camp/eaten, Oa.
Wo are very men obliged to you for than sent sun
a One Instrument for SOO, and we shall take pains to re
romened k Co., /Wile
" The Roam Waists Mow ant kadwn as among the
gm hest the are enabled to of those with with enadance. from kaow of their sir
tom and durablety."
" We an speak of_the merits -of the Home Water*
Plane from personal knowledge, as being of Um Nary
Nothing at the State Fab displayed greater exesellarres
iWL any department than Herat Maters Planoe."--aperva-
Taillaarlbe waism Plans an built of the host sad
most thoroughly seasosed matarist. We have ao doubt
etheryers ma do as ereM, perlispe better, at this than at
thy house le the IlWava. —44biseas sad Jbwreat.
" Waters' Plasma sad *sir done ehallenim companion
the And man widths In the theatry."—/nas
" Home Water. !Luso Tortes are of nth Ink and
ena ton, and powerfeli"—Afese Ned AlmaW Sanaa
" Our finds Ind at 111 z. Widen' store the very
of Neste and of Pleas* to knead be the
10 a~vs Eltild l am = sad we oth souther* sad waster"
him call w lathy go to New Tara."
WAWAUIt4=I4:B IthliTIAS WA New Took.
• Jun. 11 . IMO.-I.IL
ONle. 95 Maki at.., ('Jr &soy, Up Mars.) Buffalo, N.Y.
THE CELEBRATED DR. JoHNi4iN
Baulk Phoiriaa, treali abeam:My the 1.9.1r
1ag dimmed ;
ASYMIA, NERVOUS UZINUTY.
StioNcerm /MADAME, run/0 In 10 au.
LUNG k GRIST DiSEASIELSONOVU
DIRRASRS OF TUTHRART.ULT Ru A, nk
EIDSZT Arnmomic RIIRUNATLIN,
LIVER 00111PLAUFES, VIVRA AND mitre,
/101414 *Ramps. - minas,
Dullage OF TIM TAR AND KYR, km-, ke.
£ll who my soltering from tho ahem named Mamma,
et Mr sem oompiloatect oomplaint of oars 'landing,
op* haftemail Own Mom nos hey, hy mi t or 6 ,-
pow kw the moil inn of $1 IM a mat whose of Medi
dagio, with ill 000towiry dimotions and owiloni
• Palletilleitseeld a.* witheet &duo, an thoy eaa obtain
abti;m/ohnoon'a at ortmitto tram the
theism.) begirt - and settee Boole sa4 ,
seeesilehmedeseer bison eepervidee. at hie
2 „ , izei settberomagetileg the tee et Itereery as=
paha.% Mid wire tem &Aped au the slew%
le iettleh steay Illeeetail love Wee vietblie as il pee
_'OR ?RR 0011PLEXION. Johninmel
nomoksky tallett tor .teeellty end hitic a. vuLt et te
M a im snot foo aey pert the see.ery
*tell 1111 sad Nektreip.
al, Made * bra. Adams
• . • JOBIIIIOX, Denver eel.
40.44,14. peep 111 Ilyitellheiat. N.
to I raoWien! !
APPLICATIONS It* _mr_biun eu t ~,,
• smiihm. fa tbe Mae sr tio Our ic
MN le isearei maillirtfdayss ess st Ans.
sod! 'The 6 / 68 wiiii _ rose boars. --.
,/ rii•ell SUP V it lll, fir pc Taft
/ ial /INV
ii...a.i...a. /Ibstialeissisb be atifigh • is , •
11 •- 3. ~
1 llae l - sWollessaus, •as ~
' - HI Ma vow* 114/111•
3 tesiset er" i li tgiZ i = wr 0 ' as
Moises& Argaaef a, • "1 ft ..
A Neas tdrher tit ears% •a t .
11 s4rUs i ns reit Jr to tis i 4oh n ix teid u m ,
end try be bit al
_my as to
am: lir Per Oder ,
No esa la
sits llMllikate Of tllo fti Vellea , !liklV e rn i ". •s iihNl y=
bola defy ramrod by bias.
"is l y Jim U, 11119.4411 Illsorpluy et tie s=l/6.
4 4 f 4 P ii
CM/ s, Layne
T - imis VT 10 Nir. .
WM. A. GRISWOLD
WILL OFFER ON
Friday, Soo 10, 1009,
• • a - F 1 w r= ro r Tr• 7; 1.
OF HIS LARGE
Ten Oases of Goods Just Rased
IWr il irri=r7Wl. I • s'
P 4 4
Y'ds tine Printed 44 French Chintaat IST,
worth 30 cents.
Y'da fine Paris Printed Chas at 12}, cents,
rds Printed Brilliants 124 nen* worth 25
- 5 Cases
',P PP f
Barege Bober, Double Marta.
Bsrege Robe, • Lea
Organdi Robes, Doable Skirts
Orgendi Robe, a Lee
Rich Silk Robes, Double Skirls.
Plain and Printed Baregea
Fine Organdie and UMW
Traveling Divos Goods,
Rich Silks, &c &c. tic
F II ; 4 4
ALSO, JUST OPENED,
Lace Mann,lbu;, single and double Pleunced
Lace Bornour, Lew Paiata.
Stella Shawls la all oolawk with Jae Cashmere
and Camels Hair Borders, very chap.
Great Bargains La
Table Linea', Napkins;
ToweWigs, Linea ibeedmil
Pillow Linens, Cotton fibeitiage,
Table sad Piano Covets,
Lace Curtains, Drapery Yom,
Linen and Cows fiketeting,
Best make Irish Liming.
Kid Moves, Meta, Bosies7.
ARE OFFERED 1W
Carpets, the stook beteg very
Velvets, Image Wool;
ROOB, MATS, atArrnee, oil mores. 68:
Erie, June 7, liis9: 4PLl*. Cla
huzbas bk en IL L or Omsk Mt. MO" Nr io
te. POW Dog. Oft, Pi.
A. BOOM &
&dr a g For MOW
And bilanamtlate Nets 1
ONE OF THE PEOPLE'S LINE OF
hilsnmOsis h = li as
akir Womb web. 4=l umber
tip , ' belighl ea •if fil& I 11 -
41. J. 1111111111011,
• Jame 4. I/JS.--/LN, Iladlr.
Cr. I ' l ll
A LL Perikball hide Uta, MO the late thml
st 21.0.tg t 11001111, sit barn/
slire Ode assesses with the misesteme, mem the
*Ai o 1 Jay sat. sad save ante.
J. W. DOIMIMSI.
Ney li b 16111-411.11. assupw.
Jarll - w a o
AT MI ow %OA,
HAYS & JORDON,
Win acme this (SATURDAY, list inst..)
Y Wawa!lB4 ~wetsed d
FT 7 TT;77I79'
)_ .). 1! 4
4 II IL •
nw AIM 11/IAUMPIM comm. 'N.
back Las Itinti/les,
Tama Lane Paints,
Bleak Mk lilraniiibre,
ISO damn& styles.)
6.4 Dame f making
(in Plain White and Plain Blank.)
A mar AID swum mu,
10 SPRINGS, for SOL
1 1 / 1: 1 • 0_ : -t• I:1
• )I and DWI Wear I
gar Call sad examine pricee at which
wo sae selling out superior Stook. -gm
" May ID, 11111.-10. BkagHtlirirE.
THE CASH SYSTEM
UNFURL ta• BANNER.
WigatainULLE AND RETAIL
BOOT, gam, BBD
BARB & KELSEY,
( s F ocEsamta TO J. G. BABA)
BOOTS AND SIMS
From No. 10,
Brown's Block to
NQ. Cadwell's Block,
It. A. Griswold's
We are now prepared to furnish alLuf.
J. G. Barr's old customers
and the public gen
Gouts Mao French MU Boots,
?Bic' BOOTS, 801714 YOUTIM BOOM
Calf and Prunnel Congtesa
Gaiters; Gents =Valid patent leather
mote, Ladies, Wkineee, Children'
: 1 ; 1 j 4
BOTB, YOUTHS AND CHILDBBB SHOO OP
ALL KINDS AT ALL PRICES.
wirIADIES OONOREBEI AND LACE Al
' Tug Of SPIRY MED AND PRIGS ROM
Ladies Wbita bßlaekSatiaelippers.
French Hid, Black andlironsed
ifirnaa Hid and Prunnels Haim; sad
new, thing elms in the line of Ladies Shoes.
lir Of lasses sod Childraoe Shoos we
fittle enough sad to spare. Bring on Me
p`We have Leather and Findings of all
kinds, including Harness and Bridle loath
er; Oak and Spanish Sole leather; French
and Eastern tanned Calf Skins, Calcutta
Hip and upper leather; Binding and lin
ing skins of all colon.
IMlLabeednakers Tools and Lasts, Tan
ners Oil by the bbl., kn.
Erie, May 5,1859. - 4g
GILT FLOWERED, MARBLE TOP
esenetets Clanger Snit et Pretritste. the tele
ltrCemninisa. ewirie, Jean A IL W. SLIMY
I: 07 APPLICANTS FOR LICEN§E,
te ail Spildease Limon. Net lab the Clert a
et Quarter- Ilerian e el Irk Ormay,
Om et emelt . ete n t. red the king et=
envoi Om tali& eel be I mage! le an
eitlenereit Chart et the assegar tartlet
Asi l ei t lt ia ireffinemeee.
Beihnee. • liat . fli Adam , '
IL. W A
— B7 -7.
J. C. MO It Cs., to
Itdol. him 4 MIMI UMW, Pro.
. RZEIBASIIIO . 8
RIA &dreg to in theladlee et Una the a a= e n
rborism " ak itozzpN4 aget
Miperteree. A hula entagatie Whited.
llt 11.1111101.--8‘ sl .
11. $: : • . is• .: 1 1 • ' : 1
I White letell, b e le Lamina . end
' • leteil MAIM ' M jeemelAa .
-"' 011ie. Chesee
la the lies et P 611011% ler eult Se II
ay IL I I ita I
ta itbS ENT. OASH SAVED!
is *MN to ma
*WA au% sod
Williii - 4 11 ~1.0. = al e= ot
NUM maul 1111PMENEEI,
aiiiihirob «b, ifte
illimilishiftfoodaks. Maker ems ad Path insibesdkpi
IN% Ikb eat Tea& Snob% Am Ja.
TWO U /112111D118,
Ises•amie twif= a =
Ars ellhe ft. efts plemplty Obi
wall rad Ind sogrAl # l• piss am* 146 & &Bed
L. I. ULDWIN.
APPLES AND PEACHES
Is le at S. H. lIALLIE
100al. tim e the 4ppot.
1 1ECIE sy.utcrED CHALLAis
011ifig M 1216 eb woe* St sea. at the