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SATURDAY, JUNE 26TH, 1863.
Tim Mips Amp vas.•
JUDGE WOODWARD. NOMINATED
It will be seen from the telegratas under
the head latest news,", that lion. 010101
WOoDWARD WWI 110114i0.0d . by the I:4m-
°erotic State Convention in Harrisburg, :on
Wednesday, .fo'r Governor, on the 9th bal
lot. We have nothing further than the aim•
ple announcement. of the fact of his nomina
tion. Mr:, WOODWARD ill to one of the
.Judges of the Supreme Court.
Junc.r. DiplYOND.—This gentleman who
issued the writ of injunction in the case
of the Chicago' Times, was appointed U.,
S. Judge by Mr: Faixou—was a Whig;
and of Republican proclivities,-,-but hey
waa educated right, and, as an honest man,.
on Habeas Corpus, &c.. cannot go 'astray.,
.He is. a native of Maine, and emigrated;
some 15 years ago.
9et. FLoasaca, - the publisher of , the
weekly constituttonal Union; at Washington!
City, has commenced the publication of
Daily Paper, under the same title. It is a
large and han,dsceme paper and should re.
ceivela liberal patronage from all sections
of the country. "
• I‘,t 'inv.: &ever:it . IRues intiiviited that
the action ,otrie:otthe RepubliCan lea
ders give,. umnistaikAhle evidence that it is
their di sign not. t,.; restore the-Union nor
to perpetual!. the Constitution, but. to esL
talilish a species of royalty here fit the
North. We could present an abundance
of proof to sustain this vial, but we need
no more at present than the following sen
tence which we find in one of Col. Forney'e
editorials in the
_ .'We sincerely' trust we s h all hear less of
this exaltation- of a despotic Government
which, though 'it does not often get into
print,:4s, nevertheless, often heard is private
ennverthtitin, and is undoubtedly a secret thought
ig the minds of many of our• test peoptc." ,, •
- • GEN.pMcCLELLAN. •
No dispatch needed to coaince us
that the use of Geo. M'Ctattsx's name in
connection with's political nomination for
a civil office was Unauthorised. The Col
unibus sxmreapondent of the Cincinnati
Clnaniereicil telegraphs as follows, .June
10th : '
-McClellan is out of the way. A die
patch was received from him to-night, by
Sam. Cox, that, under no circumstances, would
he allow his name to le used by them as a can
didate for Governor of Ohici!
.Nobody knows anything of the char
acter of Gen. IslcC4stcsx, or his views in
regard to the future, supposed he would
sacrifiCe his present proud position for any
civil honor. - • .
KNIGHTS OR THE GOLDEN CIRCLE.
The public attention his been taken up
so much lately with alarming stories in
Republican papers, about the so-called
Knights of the Golden Circle, that there
are doubtless many honest-minded people
who only read one side, that have grown
to_ believe thes e monstrous f alsehoods.
But it is a •singulsz faat;that up to the .
. present period . not one Ileinblican 'jour
nal hal yet attempted to - give. any infor
mation on , the subject, 'except general
charges and violent anitnadvertdons. We
do not not believe that there is such a
society as the Knighti of 'the Golden Cir
cle, or of its alleged character, in exist-.
mace in any State of the:North. If there
is, we certainly have never been able to
meet i 'member i!' it, or hear of any of
their places of meting. The entire story
has doubtless been .- concocted for political
purposes, as as a sort of set-off to the ob
jections that will be urged against the
forming of the Royal Leagues. Whether
there is or ,not, boweVer, we wish it to be
understood, that we are opposed to secret
political societies of any nature, believing
them to be useless, and highly dangerous
'• to the public welfare.
We notice, with pleasure that the Pres
dent of the monster Dettiocratic Mass
Meeting at Philadelphia, on the list inst.,
was the*. venerable and distinguished
Judge Emas Lawns, late Chief Justice' of
the Supreme Court. The Judge is one of
the most eminent men in the country,
• 'and his presenei on the occasion lent a
character to the proceedings that entitles
them to the careful ,attention of the op
! position leaders. It is one of the marked
incidents of the times, that the old and
tried leaders of
.the perooc4cy, the men
who have battled for years in defence of
the Constitution andlLaws, many of whom
had abandoned actise_.participation :in
political.eventS, have,realuned their old
true interest - in the 'caws, and , again ..ap•
pear on public .434:4:itUons, to inspire the
younger menthe's of the Party. We wish
that we had rooni
,for the whole of Judge
Lewis' speech, hut :we caWdo: no more at
present than to reprint the following :
" Irthe free citienns of this nation are
not allowed to discuss the actalof their
own public servants', they may.-"on the
same principle, be 'deprived of their un
doubted right to change the Administra
tion by the Constitutional' exercise of the
elective franchise, 3f the people are pre
to submit, without remonstrance,
tiTtise dangerous infraction of their rights,
' which we have just witnessed In the awe
of Mr. Vallandighszo, .then the most
glorious form of government which' the
world ever witnessed is already over
"Beal/mi, That the earth is the Lord's,
and its heritsgesbelonp to His Saints.
"Raolnd, Tits we are His Saints."
The sbeve-,are. Abe-resolutions said to
have been pissed 14 a convention of au.
,perdue religipaimen, who imagined them.
selves to be the true clirtstians, and all the
rest heathens. The absurdity of their ia
tient. only equaled by'the coarse of some
of the noisy "loyalists" who fin our pub
he offices, and advocate "no-party," se
that tbsyrisy be abliio retain them.--
These persons, if not by actual Words, 4,
every dill conduct, deque as - follows :
Anoked, That we are; the only patriot's;
men in the communiiN
Ressised, That , all ethers are Coppaik.
heads and Traitors. -, '
Radvid, That u only "loyal men "
should be in office, all egorts to remove us
sly "sympathy with treason."
THE PRESIDENT A SPIRITUALIST.
We' know nothing of the truth or un
truth of the stories published id: the New
YOrk Herald, add other papers, to the
effect .that Mr. Ltrtcour is an ardent be
liever in spiritualism, and a frequent at
tendant upon spiritual .eircles, but the
boldness with which the statements ate
reiterated, lead us to believe that there
must 'be at lesist something in them.
Whether they be correct or false, we agree
fully with ' the New York Ezpreas, that the
'spirits,' or something like them, it is
'very certain, hare, now been administer
ing this government, two years and over,
and if there can only be a change in
them,—and the spirits of Washington, of
Madison, of Frankliti,vf Marna, of Fisher
Ameq, of Clay, of Webster, could govern,
instead .of the infernal spirits, we should
be happy to have them administer the
government, A good ' spirit' inspired
the President when he bluffed off the
Chicago ministers, teasing him to issue
his. ' an 'infernal spirit' must
have been put into him, afterwards, by
these Chicago ministers, and wonted him
into the ' "
.: Asa Fos-
VAIXANDIGIIAM NOMINATED FOR
• yOVERNOR OF OHIO. •
The, Democratic Convention of Ohio,
which met at Columbus, on the ljth inst.,
nominated by an almost unanimous vote,
Hon. CLEMENT LAIRD VALLANDICIIIAII for
iiicivernor of that State. Hon. Gnomon E.
PUG% .late United States Senator, and Mr.
VAtt.sktuonsm's counsel during the so
galled "court-martial" of that gentleman,
was'scrected as the candidate for Lieuten
ant Giivernor, much against his- own
wishes. Mr. PiAiu is a very talented man,
and the members of Iho Convention pro
bably insisted on his choice, to make sure
of having all able and courageous Gover
nor, 'in case that Mr. VALLANDIGHA
should not be able to take the office. Of
the election of both we have not a par
ticle of doubt.
The Convention was the largest ever
held in the State, and the crowd present
is estimated •at from forty to fifty thous
and. The correspondi3nt of the Cincinnati
Gazette, Republican, in a report of the
*. I pretend to make no estimate of the
numbers of the crowd. have seen many
conventions in Columbus—this is consid
erably larger than any of them. In the
Dennison and Raitney campaign, Judge
Douglas spoke from the precise !pot on
which the platform now stands, and a
week later, Mr. Lincoln spoke from the
same place.• The audiences were both,
large, but they could easily have been
thrown together, 'without crowding the
area nearly as much as it is to-day." •
Notwithstanding the immense number
of people in'attendance, tthe proceedings
were not disturbed by a single disorder/4
demonstratiOn—a fact that speaks vol
umes for the orderly and intelligent char
acter of the Ohio Democracy.
We ate glad to see that many leading
*publl4Ans do not hesitate ,to oppose the
Secret League organizations, though origi
nated foi the benefit of their own party.
Of this number is
,the editor of4he Cleve.
land Herald, a pager which circulates large
ly in this city, and whose views we hope
ouropposition friends will regard, if they
have no respect for ours. We have now
before us, two editorials from that journal,
severely denunciatory of theLeegue mov4e
ment, . and charging its authors with an
attempt to take advantage of the patriotic
irustancts of the people fin , ' lifting them
selves into positions of profit. The writer
claims that all secret .political societies
must eventually "tend to evil ;" that they
are never necessary in a fr.** country; and
that.they - are universally used by desigiiing
man to advance their own unscrupulous
We observe, also, that the late meeting
of the open Leagues, at Utica, N. Y., took
bold ground against their secret Abolition
co-operator', . and that the address pub
lished by them is copied with much favor
by a number of the leading Republican
papers of the State. From this document
we take the following -eitract,Which
shows quite plainly where the Chase wing
at least, of the Leagtievs in New York
"Where tyranny crushed out the first
manifestation ,of Individual expression,
and,checks every attempt to widen the
field of individual freedom, secret orpni
salons are wise' and just. In the past they
havelarely aided the cause of mankind.
In the Border and Southern States, where
armed authority had wrested the Govern
ment from the popular grasp they are
necessary. But here on the soil of freedoms
loyalty muds na disguise. 1.0144 should be as
open as Christianity. Liberty does, not thrive in
the twilight or the night; she loves the broad
daylight and the brightness of the day."
The Leaguersin this vicinity boast with
great glee that they have induced several
peysons claithing to be Democrats to join
their associations. We canna .believe that
any person who really intendi to act with
the Democracy in the future will consent
to become a member of these mischievous
organizations.„ , Not to speak of the palpa
ble object for which they aro established,
their secret character 'is at variance with
the long settled principles of . the Democ
racy. Democrats need not seek places of
secrecy to carry out their designs. Their
doctrines pre too patriotic and consistent
to require to be hid fromile . public eye.
We know thit it is said. that the members
of the Leagues are not bound by their
Oaths to support any ticket but that which
meet their own free accord: But, what
4 _ e society may be now, it is certain
thatrre longisitWill put its own candi
dates to the field, and then bring a heavy
pressure on its members to oblige them to
vete for them. We advise our friends who
may have entered the concern, to abandon
it at once.,' It is totally \ contrary — to every
idea of republican liberty, and be its char
acter now what it may, it will certainly
wire to evil in the end.
Tux Richmond Esqviev, organ of the
Davis Administration, Unintentionally un
doubtedly, lets as into a 'wet which we
have long auspeited, via that there is a
large party of white citizens at the South
*home Ammo* to see the Union restored.
Speaking bf the situation . at Vicksburg,
" paiadlaasntly Ws:
"yet mine theme" of a meaner type
—pray Clod they may be fwwl—who would
see in the fan of Vicksburg an occasion,
perhaps erect, la Moon, perhaps they might
even see Ili -bobcat and pattiotie reason
for drawiii rout Hiek from the extreme meas.
me of :position. and hatenia it
to comp andan!bermable pace.'
[Fruit the fteattlhg Ueeitiej
ANOTHER LYINF. DISPATCH.
The following is a liter al copy of a dis
patch that appeared in the Philadelphht
Eviniv Bulletin or f3atirday butti ;and in.
the Sunday Dufpatch of he foll?witig dayi-i .
COIT.tatUAD SIZEITANCE)TO TUE E 45 , 1.1.5L5T
IS RE9.:' , IL'Nt C. .: '
RIADINO, Juno 6.The enroller ,of
Brecknock township, Berks County, who
is a member of the, gociety pi i Friends,
and nailed Joseph Dicikenson, was attack
ed at his residence on (Thursday' night.—
The- dwelling was machdamaged. On
Fridix" he - received notice that "pis grave
had been Aug,""and on that night three
shots were fired at his sister's i house.—
This morning be came to Reading and re
signed-his commission The attack is be
lieved to have originated with the Knights
of the Golden C ircle. •1 "'
•. • ,
This dispatch is "one more of the same
sort" that has
.been f telegraphed from
Reading several times during the last few
months, with the eviderkdesign of ,cal
umniating the Democritic ciateni of Berke,
County. Its falsity is (proved \ by the an
nexed note from Provost Marshal Rupp to
the editor of the Adki, which was pub
lished on Tuesday lait, but up to this
time the telegraph th 4 seat the lie abroad
has not condescend to retract it. We
think it is about time for the people who
are thus defamed, to demillid the &nth.
of these dispatches. , IVirtio writes them?
and who pays for theta Messages par.
posting to communicate Mar are not pri
vate, but public propeirty, - and
should be held responsible for them. The
telegraph line to Philadelphia, as iii well
known, is under the iiontrofof the Read
ing Railroad Compini: Will the officers
of this Company, after the , fact has been
thus publicly brought (to their notice, con
tinuo to - allow the wirda to be used for the
transmission of base partizan falsehoods
under the disguise of
.ewe? Or have they
themselves, become s blinded by politi
cafPrejudice. that Wry cannot see , the
injustice of the thing
lIRADQUAIITIAS PROVOST itLtIMAL,
EIGHTH DIBTRI6T; Pa., $43114111g,
June 81863. } .
Cuss. Resume, Esq., Editor of ttu).Renling
- Dses Sia :—I feel 4 my dety to contra
dict the report circulatW by evil-disposed
persons, •as well telegraphic des
patch which a in the Philadel
phia Evcning Be sin of Saturday, in rela
tion to resistance having been made , to
Mr: Joseph .T. Dickinson, Edroller for
Brecknock township.; Mr. Dickinson Was
at my office on Saturday morning, made
his report, hot did not offer his resigns.
tion. The enrollment for Brecknock is
being completed, as Well as 'all the other
townships of the county, and the entire
enrollment will be finished in d few days,
Your Obedient Servant,
HENRY S. RUPP, Provoit Marshal.
- [We are convinced that most ,or the
statements originated to damage Demo
crats, when thorougly rifted,. will, turn
out to be like' the bore, falie in every
particular. ED. Oss.l
SEWARD ON PREE SPEECH.
We can show in n 9 more effectual man
ner the glaring incohsistimay of the Op.
position on the suliject, i 'of free speech,
than by. quotin fr9to the speeches and
letters of their --ptedl leaders, during
the campaigns whit led to the election
of Mr. Lurcoz.m. 0• e .f the most promi
nent advocates for treed up kith. year
1861, in the whole country, was Wu, H.
SXWAID, now Secretary of State. It did
not take long for thi6 officer, after his ad=
mission into the Ca nt; to abandon all
his old convictions the subject of free
'speech, and' he now enjoys the unenviable
fame of being the originator of the shame
less system of arbitrary errata which `for
two years has trUsgraCed the nation. What
Mr. Szwzze thought in 1860 may be seen
in the following etract from his speech
at St. Paul, Minikes:4 :
"Silence on mantra pf State, the absentee(
freedom of speech land freedom of the
press—what kind of freedom is that f Is
there a man in Minnesota who would for
one day "consent toi live in it, if be were
deprived of the right.to hurrah for Lincoln
and Framlin, or hurrah for Douglas, to
hurrah for freedom, to hurrah for slave
ry, just as be liked 7, I think-that these
one hundred and eighty thoisand people
who inhabit here, Would be seen
right out East and West, Age n t=
Ninth America, or !into. Kamchatka,,or
anywhere on the earth to get out of this
luxuriant and beautiful vallely,lf any pow
errhuman er divine] should announce tad
them that henceforth they spoke and vo
ted their real sentiments and their, real
choice atitkir . peri/ Vieiprircries — sat or-death.
Now, fellow citizent, you need only* look
around through zilch a mass of America
citizens as I see beioreliie, and you nay
go over all the free ?Antes of the Unkwi;
and you..will find them every day of the
week somewhere gathered together
pressing their options aid prepari4 to
declare their will just exactl,f as you -are
doing. Does this asrezu to be so! Is it
mere chance ? Is it, indeed, a zusn'swork;
or device, or contrivance, that in this laud,
on this side of tile` great Lakes, on this
aide of - the Atlsatie,odean, on this aide of
the Pacific ocean, men may all meet or
may all stay awt—aqf all speak, think, act i
print, wise and Wig T im EXACTLY AS - YEIT
Manifeitly it is _not of man's device or
contrivance, but it is the work of a supe
rior power that— •
—"Shapes our ends ,•
Rough hew lb, as we will."
The GOvernor on We, 12th inst., issued
the following Pinsehudidion : •
' , lnformation has been obtained by the
War Department, that a large rebelUnnp
composed of cavalry * artillery; and mount
ed infantry, has been pr?pared • for the
purpose of ;taking a raid into PennsYlver
Dia, the President has therefore erected
two new departnienb—one In Buten
Pennsylvania. to be 1 commanded
Gen. Couch., and the other in Western
Pennsylvania; coreunanded by Maj. Gen.
Brooks. I earnestly invite the attention
of the people of Pennsylvania to the m
oral orders issued by these albeit on as.
fuming the command of theirre
departments Th e impurtanos of
diately-raising a suffict force for the
defence of the State caw* be over rated.
The amps sow proposed to be established
will give permanent security-to our.
"I know too well the gallantry and \ pso !
triotiun of the freemen of this Common.
wealth to think it neoresary to do more
than commend this measure tetherpeopla;
and earnestly urge them torespodd to
call of the General GOVEMUMISS, sad
promptly fill the ranks of these °aro. the
duties of whit& will be mainly the defence
of our own homes, firesides and *petty
I Dr. J. B. Mitchell, orlßollofmte,
who hid . jolied theßoyal Leegio
has come out , pobliely a end, ima
ititioz - that he will hate no 11101WtO 4110
with it. -
Hawaiian°, June 17
No doubt' whaterrar exists as to the
present* of the. emu, Chamberiburg
up to 3 o'clock this afternoon, when they
retreated. it is teapposed. towards Hagers
town. The telegraph operator is now at
Chsnitensbne& and telegraphic oommun
ication has been re-established
A dispatch has been received from
Gettysburg to the effect that a resident of
the southern part of Franklin Co , states
that Ewelj was in Hagerstown with a large
body of infantry. Another MateE that he
was In Greensteine theinorningitntlhas
with him a large body of,infantry.
Reliable informatiowhas reached here
that the rebels are now in force at
A company of colored men arrived this
evens f rom Philade Ida, whose wry ices
were a coed by lisjo General Couch on
the gree d that no au hority had been
granted by the war department for the
muster of coloredtroopsonto the service
of the.-United States for a less period than
two yogi. ,
Minimum, June 17.
There was great confusion in.the con
vention after reading the resolutions. The
enthusiasm 'was - great. Each resolution
bringing forth rounds of applause.
The convention then procceded to bal-:
lot for a candidate for Governor. A num
ber of names were proposed: '
Ist Ballot—lL Clymer 33; Geo. Wood-
war,d 9; John Cessna 9; W. 11. Witte 47;
M.Sbeekland 3; Gen. W. B. Franklin 4;
scattering 12. ,
The bnloting_continued witbeut =inch
variation a t xcept by the witbdanwal of ,tbe
names of some of the candidates... After
the ' eighth tuth \ ot the name 91.11. r. Witte
was withdrawn, and Mr. Woodward was
nominated on the 9th ballot - receiving
75 votes, which wI subsequently made
unanimous. Hon. Walter H. Lowrle,was
nominated- for Judge of the Supreme
Court by acclimation, an the vention
• Seanrormo, 11 ~ June 17.
The Democratic man meeting today
was largely attended and passed off har
moniously. Democrats estimate this num-,
ber in attendance from WOO, AO 190,000.1
There was' great cheering for Vallandig-1
ham. • \
. .. , . .
Wm. A. Richardson presided, with f,:i
vice presidents. Speeches were,-made by
Richardson, Voorhees of Indiana, Cox of
Ohio,Lyle, Dickey, Gen. MCKensley,
Dick Merrick, H. C. Dean and some 20
Resolutions were radopted to the 'same
effect u those plumed by the recent Ohio
convention which _nominated Valhindig
Additional resolutions were adopted
denouncing Gov. Yates for proroguing the
Legislature; the suppression of the Chica
go Times; the arrest of Judge_ Constable
and other citizens of 111.
Forty-seven thousand dollar* was raised
by Contribution for the benefit of the
sick and wounded soldiers of Illinois.
IiILTIIIOI/1,• June 17.
Reliable information relative to the in
vasion is that a small force of rebels, not
exceeding 2500, crossed the Potomac at
- Williamsport on Sunday, evidently in pur
suit of Gen_. Kelly's baggage train. which
arrived at Harrisburg last evening.
This force pissed through Mitrserstown
and entered Cumbeila.nd at night. They
did not proceed further than Scotland
five miles beyond Chambersburg, where
they burnt abridge. ".
Wisnucison v June 17.
An official telegram; from Gen. Tyler at
'YsTPees ATM says the enemy has an
infasitry_and artillery force of 7,000 or 8,-
000 at Williamsport , whihi the cavalry is,
running into Pennsylvania. • ' •
Gen. Belly telegraphs from New Creek
Va., that the 'rebel Gen. Imboden is be
fore Cumberland, Yd., with tisfw, regi
ment Of cavalry and a battery. -
—lt , hoe been arranged between - Vol.
Ludlow, United States Commissioner for
the exchange' ot , prisoners', aid 'Robert
Ould,*Rebel Commislotter, that "surgeons
shill not be-treated as prisoners of war.
No exchange of officers can 'be at pre
sent made. ' A number of United States
officers are held by the Rebel authorities,
under charges intended,to bring them
under the operations of he act cof the
Rebel Congress, which Consigns to (1:69011-
tion all Officers taken in command of, or
in company with armed' negroes or mulate
Axe. Col. Ludlow will not by making
any special exchanges of officers acknow
ledge the right of the Rebel authorities to
discriminate among our forces by detain
ing some, and releuin others. tae in
sists that all shall be re under the
cartel, and we have enough Rebel officers
now in our " to bold and re-
IWO (Dr i ft • n. Exchanges of enlist
ed men go on as heretofore.
A CONTILISATION WITH MR. VALUING
-1141.—1n his speech before the Columbus
Convention, Mr. Pugh said he had - sought
an opportunity on tke gunboat to-con
erne With Mr: viaandi g hain, and there
pat ihe question to him : 'l:4ls Frei-Went
Lincoln 'given you any choice between
going to Fort . Warren or to go South'?"
)4. 1 Vallandigham replied, " No, but I
would iseller go to. Fort Warren a thous.
and times than to go South." Mr. Fuel
replied, When lon am gone, the aboli
tion liars In charge of. the. telegraph-will
sey that you chose to go .floutk.t , .-. it;
-Follandigharit laid, "I authorise you, Mr:
Pugh; to , sly that .sash ia not the fast;
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~.x.a-ioratessit dorm Plekleil II Weir. • !.1.
yea% "as 111, 11111,13. 11, CA
vidilk Al pry ' "
glar ••r7 11 11111101,_ :
300 I.lls. wooL.irwin i
• Iwo's' utast, pet, PiesktlY
51,8104. _ ago.
i l li
EX:IIIIi 1 1 IN ERIE
. ay,' J no 27th,
p ksT (J Alui:bN •
.. JUNE 26th, 1863,
HEMill G'S --,...
.Awriaqiii _\\ - - !.... „ 4--. 1
u5......1 ‘4 li ll ,: nrri, iGon
pant :rit t h or en tissue re
. Tirok :1444?"11111—;:ftua.:141iste'sitrercesa:tifiar.: r-.1.:\:71:::"111 " - L '..- -7 1 0 1 - '
excels the 1 of any Travail*
Slaw In ;
T PAVIL3Oi :
to large and mfottable. end Is at- ,l iz
ranged sold send ease etas. :-
fort to the trona If this' Ilatibliab- ,
l a .- :I"
THE SoTtfo OF H BEB ....7
A V-POttliCS , ) ( •
will claim air
they ego am ag the purest . .
and best indeed animals La word.
Prominent Whom the
Great i ' edhitig al*Se - il- 1
W INOTOP4I •
Zhargar, :r il tret n" strod by
Ala mutat. eft. DAN GARD ER.
Antos' Obi POMO. will found '
Camille, Fire Fly, Prince, 4 op . iter,
rf : ticy Lone, Grey aisle , - -,
The Educated Miles '
DAN. AND Dlialla
will be intsidivied by Dan ,
In a variety et Laughable or .
VIE WPM * Peal
Cower the lugs* and that
root travolod. Gs sat. has
M inclined la bring* to
ne/eh null Ira intend It crepe
Ise Leos Zatistissit -
UM has arm boon vl In Gls
country. Look at G.
miser erns : •' .. ''
.and ludas tbr yourselves 1 41 '
Mr. Richard Re Ingo. ' . d - • ' ,
the groat /Maim ft sad n - 0 ,I/ i ,---
Tight Roar Danes . No avow ' . •
as each littairtaltunont in a great -
variety otitis thrilling Pert
U. 014 and heaths OW . As a
good Clown is u useemery to Onus
so broad is to bsukhst, gsblie
moragratilata Wawa open
the happy eon of tia at l '
- The LitUo Petry of the ,
Miss Elize 0 or,
\is weildr. .a. tot I * en-
tdan la a-n- , Mho • Os
wit sweat andldassie com- ..t. - -
Nast with * ,
aims League 41
i tniAti, UPC. taw at We 4 ,
z,b en a tisi M i l a notton, .- - _,..---___ .;4 l / 4
' "4 1.111 e 1 1 Ma ndl THROWN Id rallobna l • •
' Signor Wargo° d,
111 4nelberfi x t =se maa s par-
Asteessess apt Is mon to be red.
the Peoples Jotter—ono of coos .
Anibal sal tanginibi• C that
raw down rim. \ i ;
The Polish Bto er e. C \
Than arionfahlos .....
par Ina misty of , rind • ' ) ':
frondutill iota. , \ ).
George R. DeL. nis; \ , - --.4.
will ems" In LW part° • on \-.
ths Efaitiimataißaz. ad in •• • no. th a \ . . 1 / 4 1
TakiNED DOG JINNI ND,. 4
That Arnoslng wok - . • i
eka. Swage DM
. - lime Ossnill:, • . . \ t-..
Utialsiodied • • - • ' I \
La Petite 'C •.. es
tlia pluming Dammam •
tie Pocket Clown. .
kliti. NLLETIN, •
A. HILL. .
OEORGZ NIX% •
. ' EMMY. PET - * ON, , i .
XIGNOB HA . WIN.. ~... -, -
nut Us 'sealant Compass irk* AU
od Ossassat L Hssoccre
of fo •
Wain, Pliiiidalikka. ssightly.et : „ i
period ur months. .
~, • .
Mr esdattainment will ammo nee
' with the - .
ZOIJAVP. T. .
The Pisibistance will tros=
ovary Twisty of Trick.
Mag. Tuablias. "GI L.
plaits. Tvo and Your No /Udine ;
lac., Ac., with Noma by Nand. -
All undo: eh* latmodisis 11011 of
Thu GRAND PROCESUION will *
/star town about ID 14 A 4 M. 4.x. .
LINI Thick the Band will discoing*
scot beautiful music- I ' l emillift
Two rearoest.temoi Solt Day,
orrituroba Ju. sr' p
Doors span at and 1 P K. Pio- '
&mum to cosunenco an hoar
Admission, 26 d ente. . • Ikr -
, ; no.ruis ram. 1 .
NOTIOL—The Pub Lie
vitt say strolling •
tetrad crown, tor It Is
SPRING k SVMMER
I GODe I
UNDER THE IF SYSTEM OF
we tto groat plasm r•
Um Pa le that oro bare
TM tad aro m In
Bought at • lixdse
ri 40 Per Cent!
A. ma, erideirase of low Omen (fehhe timer) we will
Haairyllriiwn Shoaling from
RatestisU ivi daer •
G00d44 alikelktialisi • •
milimamia."- Wiakikaater and
Mat; . lll to 90.
t h r i or=ir filairting Print=olom. , 20 '
Gingham; sew 26
AnleMmath Laws; kbd ' 16,6( a
DRESS GOODS !
In Emil sasertment and • *minty Kettle; frail El
to 00 elafor te. &ism
ey. Alba wholesaled fa
,New York, Is
prt; mere asse , - -
a Vert Caltosal
1 . 41111 , 1 . ,
N K r ANTED
fl A S II;
00 PLOT% 0tt014104
- . 4 , G 8, - - .. • •
~Fl ' i
INE F ANGEED
OLD 'PLANTA, iII'COPIPSEi
4.- 85 Cents Per Pound.- -
" "'':4ErilLil: DISCO I TO ISO . TOOL '.
~ . i 0141 PLANT TION OOFFNA
Iseap~r.d by tiors law. mad it to the beat Mocha
se ava)oo4B% ft Wag ma . -la atnagth aadriakosaa
at lam to the °Alainr„ . `Callous. -As vs -gm
"0 Gott mishor• me . • , of the * z
~. . OM" , -
.• ON vort _„
we would eaaillsai cart Maio aM ths . pulgis sailiesi
peraimPs my ark bridal est ripatim is dam th•
P woos stew
.7 "KO, in.Awpirnom coifs; '
Xffrbr al Pir u "' It arit=r4
M. Sow Ws gam me uto •Mrair . riairta 'Sr.
If tbay maid • opium, atom's 10.4pe
oar mark ft. Others us Me up•lxtares labillsO
la Mli•Me# mr pa - - . : ..- i,
1 Nino. mufti log •borrnit.
At min Obeill*Zal muudistalimitith•
PLO - $ 116 .41 1, lON Mingliii
yrs Alai pipilal all Ad ova ioprifilit la the
" ' •
lingi O S LD /MA/ stottiris !be
Tr vipmnii - - .f
If potypii. mem* Miniii,Ml WOO Iblio
a rsr amzir il lat e dromm misc=b
1 11/ItoB2. GILLUM & 810.,
• , INPOITTIOMIDNANTIVACTINIZRN
• 81.115i'5.17 IlPfeaikingtan St, *.ir k ,
tr," 043 TORY F 414 1,
s r — m.Ni4b.teri
101,16.66.,„ " 6.i si.siumicur
To The Ladies of America.
MORS VAUABaelltAli GOLD
Dr. JOHN L. LYON'S
French Periodical Drops,
Frencp • Periodical DropS i ,
Fre nch' Periodical Drops,
French Perdical Drops,
• FOR Pr]likA T. 12%
FOE PE D 14.1613,
POE • PEDIALI*I3,
IT IS SURE TO CURE!
tty lopoieltiiii elf ent e die Kowa of health sod rG
Tara, 4f spirits, unites regnlar aa to the
time, the quantity and quality. When they are obstruc
ted. nature mime her Off to
Orti obtain for it come other
outlet, sad, males' thew efforts of nature are aulate4,
coo Deepaudeney, Ni•rvoiee•
I itII I O I OIII I PTION WWI es ita away, 110t1
promatantly kriulaspies mhierable life.
tll please not aoataaad this
Compaay, or other Noun
-01.1.y legitimate establish
' . GUDNT.R, Agent.
• informing our patrons zed
pted the BIDDY PAY SYS
°, ear usual supply of
UMWRR GOODS I
a from April prices of
20 to IS C.
esatlfulDeivi, ZS sb.
140 to ISM
• SO to 41Ir
SO te -
• • 55
akin OD,. .
T.„ 8. t CIO.
Pa. Ade by Dr, L. St: Strong, as4 NM.
MORE VALUABLE THAN (Pita)!
- MORE VALtrAIfLE THAN uoLp!
' MORE VA LUALILE TUAN GOLD!
IT IS SURE TO 'CURE!
IT .IS SUM TO. CURE!
'4l. _IT 1$ SURE TIOURE I
T REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS !, •
T REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS
IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS !
IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS !
IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS !
IT IS A PERFECT REGULATOR
IT IS A PERFECT REGULATOR
IT IS A PERFECT REGULATOR
IT IS A PERFECT REGULATOR
BEAR IN MINI),
BEAR IN MIND,
BEAR, IN MINI),
BEAR IN MIND, _
ItY DROPS TO CORR Bupprootios of the Reams, from
whatever emus, though can should b• base to saautlin
If proposal I. the est" ultimo DROPS 'mob' torero
iv realm othoorriogo - they _out also certainly PIM
TlChTipoottoo,lltailint two or Saws days Wore U.
moottily d.d S tiondots, I VIA It dlstizetly under.
WWI, that I Ito sot hold tomtit rospaaelbla whew used
mkt nob etrostutoods.
BUY THE BEN' ! .r
BUY THE BZST I -
BUY THE BEST 1
BUY THE BEST !
BUY THE SAFEST
BUY THE SAFETY
BUY THE 'SAFEST
BUY ,THE SAFES
BUY THE 'SUREST!
BUY THE SUREST!
BUY' THE SUREST!
BUY THE SUREST!
WHICH IS LYON4DROPS
WHICH IS LYON'S DROPS
WHICH IS LYON'S DROPS
WHICH IS LYON'S DROPS
" THEY - ACT LIKE
by strengtissing and lurigoratis4 and materiel the
system to a healthy condition. It moderatos all mem,
and mama all obittructions. and a speedy cure may be
rellmil oa. - I •
To Married Ladies,'
. - •
They ani pertinent adopted, se ilk., bring on the month
it period pith mask prefrinegnbuity. , ,
SURE TO DO GOOD.
SURE TO' DO GOOD. • i
SURE TO DO GOOD.
titrarit,,TO DO GOOD.
'CANNOT DO HARM.
. I aottidjoraishafteltliootils of Ili alt.
cosy floss soy own ps bom b s et waling
bought aid Setftlans ones public is so prima.
lest Ido ast.dosin It Mensal*. , 111' ohOmit Is to place
sisaisdisino bstbsrtbill pillidsoiolsahnolfolosin mum
but SW& gab& It ill prambielly teas Of the Ansnisan
Wis. that sot ton perfectly healthy onsonsa to found
In one any steilltr . •
, , h • -
'B!,W.ISE IN TIME
BE WISE i*.TIME!
BE *l4 IN, TIME!:
BE WIRE IN TINE!
_Le& •Poe Alois desimpLteir oei &Wades: Try
UMW Ono PLRIODICAL ✓
sokilflowed yos. Ell b. sat-
Mod OW lagaaler. -Taltrene 41141104 Mood
earl sesleeol SS* Were d Meat tiSstolstAtto• and
tell cosh, • favor =off -voluble thou go 70f
or mate Moootrodkft diduairdblAinfo
Laieisoeris somohodao bestows off, to4vorlfo ono been
oalhothir frowpotafisi nolottostiooPai of throo yam,
eonlatogJeer So her to oath times .ehe had &polled to
bottle ot aes,
-.l .4 l4 terC ell l ".'
- - .
ONE BODISreIIRES 1 ..
ONE BOTTLE CUBES 1... r
ONE BOTTLE' MIRES I•
ONE DOME" CURFS •
alii ‘ upst evim:y ems.. I
• Tio Vot:BE,LitkISSE . UPON
DO NOT BE WITOSED•UPON
DO NOT IMPOSED UPON
DOICOT BEIYI9VAIJPO I sr
Nat 40 ibiiimt 'Rd It he
has sot rot it. mu. Idea boy r or. it may Is
0%114 of tb. *moral Ape's for 14 114104Itates,
•`; •'-• v. 9. , °taiga co.,
Pt , l* . lttiriet, CDa
41041 . 4:4111 .
hr ali ai * oA i sb by
D. 8. autiis # 60 4 W.
• I -
1,604,4 by Jite. t: cit. IL D.
20 - to 40 Per c
GREAT FALL' in the P
IAVE NOW _LN" STORE, AND
• ARE THE
Newest & Ch
In fine absortment, and 'much U
BEST PLAIN KID GLOVES - .
BEST EMB'D " ~ , -
SPRING AND SUMIsi
egiik DOMESTIC GOODS W 1
the reach of the million
THE FAMILY SOAP -MAKE
PUBLIC are• esutione4 &galost the SKIM
articles of LIN for making SOAP. he., now dot k
sale. The only GENUINE, and PATENTO Inning
made by the PRNNSYLVANIA SALT, NAPA=
ING CtiIIPANY, their trade mark for it beinehra
tiER, OR CO CEN TRATIED LYE." The groat=
of the article has Jed UNPRINCLPLIO PARTII site
deavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the OEM%
ALL MANIITACTURZPS, BUYERS or SILIJ33I
thatooSPURIOUB Lyon, me binkby NOTIIITED that
COMPANY hue empyyed es their ATTORNrn
OrORGIC NARDI:WO, Esq.,,of PhileaelOialind
• WILLIAM BARBLFSLL , Eq., of Pitrif,
And !Wil s on MAN UFACTIJEMSN, MOM ON SEE
of Lys, Is ifiolatiOn of the rights of the Coregatihr 3
P.M3ECI7TIM et once.
The SAPOWISIC, or CONCINTIIITED 1414 e t
sale e* aU Dercereera, °ROMS AID Comm' Bros
The Ua tzio STATiS I? COLTZT. RM tua Di
of , Pennsylvania, No. 1 of Nay Term, la VIA
TELE FEN NSYLVANIASALT 11011213PACMING 05
PANT vs. TEIOS. O. CHASE, decreed to the Coms
on November 15,1562, the EXCLUSIVE right rmaair
• Patent owned by them for the SAPONIFIER.. Ps
dated October 21, 1856. Perpetual Injunction avanhE
SALT MANUFACIVRING COMPANY!
127, Walnut Street, Philadelphia; Pitt Streit $
Duqiurne Way. Pittsburg. • aiya-Srs
' ERIE BONNET *STORE
(Lars Maid Banat Sewed
E. H: SMITH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 3
arm ilium. supplied with Good& at NOW Yoililta
PiaUcalar Atlanta= paid to Mooching and Dnif
Straws. No. 3 Rabe? Block, Mat* gt. =Po
T HE PLACE,TO- 43L ,
sox • ;
B. comma* Borg &Bios am
. Canglitin, Boot and Shoe Dialar.l
nopiattializ lemma the Public that he
Um removed him stand to the Store Boon'
on French street, two doors South ottcb,
whore he Meltes &Ilia' old (Mends and eastag
Particular attention gives to ILEPAURINII Sidai
carteatvintmes, and etkperiateadink all ILL bow
himself, he totieree biota ere as cool matiahrtiaa ai
at as low prices aa soy other perm' to the Of
Good Fits Warranted. . . %WU=
SI'N C Z AIR'S
, "EXCELSIOR"• 4
PHOTOGRAPH .GA14,100 1 ":
_ • -.. noemixicrisumpE,
• Osetetel for put iltents.the sebaniber nepratti
mes the enema of Ihia *ad vialatty, that he hard
and matted 'the Gather: resuatly occupied by O'
Cheaatini, "lame be is prepaled to execate
AMBROTYPES, - LETTERPLATES,
att. ottoittoo to Chiron and Copilot
N EW MILLINERY STORE: .
Would rroppothttly soneineo to the ladiet o r Eno lb.'
'Tidally, that the will opera,
TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1 S 63,
at the comer at Preach and Fifth atrrett. -tv'"*"
North of Vivo* Hall, a large and sploodict ataorthol
Fresh from Nn York City, embrseing• e eel
nsnallreontalned in a first clans establislonent of 6.i
• aixacuitvo. exXsarlti9 .4NP alit/WA
Dons in U beat its* anA on the nuult Smciio
Terum.,- ' - • '
Wt. K. furring hadestensive experience is the W'
amen, Utters Wrest? that she ean give entire ssUebetio•
The *di:patronage is respectfully eolieltet
W . P4314/2 l*CgisTat
I i •
wuouteAto nammes to
Flour, Pork, Beef, Salt, Grain
CLOVER, TIMOTHY SEED, 4 0 -
No. 2, Wayne Block,
B~tiNrl sad Si to Sta.,
WM.,P. HAYKS &
No. 8 Rood House,
G 0 D
Psell at 20 to 30 per
Weeks , since!
STICIA - V4S !
AND LADIES' CLOTIU
NEW STYLES AND COLORS
rrina, at.. 2d door toaiionnitirth, partdb
Went of the - Park, Pirst Door ti;m State strr
P OTOGRA 11
"sox CAT DA nun% T 9
't IF g SIZ E"
MORIUSON & DINSNO