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SATURDAY, SOT, 12TH, 1563
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Mcmmtur Itougirr —As/reri JidaPs.
Democratic State Ticket.:
- ' FOR GOVERNOR,
illf.llllll W. WOODWAIID. of Philadelphia.
POl3 SUPREME JUDGE,"
WALTER N. LOWRIE, of Allegheny Co.
DOSloastie Couty Contention.
The Democratic voter) of the county of
Erie will meet at the usual phiees in the
several Wards, Boroughs anti townships,
on Saturday, September 12t1,, rev, to elect
delegates to the County Conventiou to he
held at •
Wayne Hall, fn the City of ierie.
4la Ifeeoday, the ISth of September nest,
.At 2 O'CLOCK IN THE ArrEariooN,
For the purpose of nominating candidates
for Assembly, Prothonotary, - Clerk of
the Courts, Register and Recorder, Di
trict Attorney, County Commissioner, Di
rector of the Poor, Ccunty Auditor and
Trustees of Erie Academy.
The number' of delegates to he elected
from the respective districts are as follows:
Erie, Ist district 2, Second 'district 2,
Third district 2, Fourth distiict 2, Min.
creek 5, Harbor Creek 4, *crib East tp.
3, North East born 2, Greenfield 2, Venan
go 3, Watteburg 1, Amity 3, Wayne 3,
Concord 3, Corry 2, Union 3, Union Mills
2, Le Beouf 3, Waterford tp. 3, Waterford
born 3, Greene 3, Surnmii' t 2, McKean 3,
Middleboro 1, Washington 3, Edinboro 2,
Franklin 2, Elk Creek 3, Canneaut 3, Al
bion'2, Springfield 4, Girard tp. 3, Girard
bow 1, Lockport 3, Fairview 3.
WM. A. GALBRAITH.
Chairman Democratic Co. Committee,
.A duty:max writing from Centre , coun
ty, the hiame of Gov. Curtin,.says it will
give over a thousand majority for Judge
Woodward. The Governor's majority in
1860 was 450,
Tin election held in Wilmington, Del.,!
last week, developed a surprising increase
In the Democratic vote. The Republican
majority there last year was 639; this.
year it is only 255. Wilmington has been
a Republican city for a number of years.
Our latest intelligence is of the most
.gratifying character. Gen. Ciillmore has
possession of Forts Wagner and Gregg,
and his - guns command the city and har
bor of Charleston. Our forces under Ro
secrant have taken undisturbed possesion
of Chattinooga, theyebels rapidly evacu
ating it. Gen. _Bur& ide's headquarters
are now at Knoxville, and the whole . of
East Tennessee is under of control.
These are tidings which should make es
au patriot's heart bound joy.
A Traitorous Wish
ti The Harrisburg Telegraph, Gov. Curtin's
organ at the State Capital, and the editor
of which holds an appointment under the
Governor, makes the following ihfainons
declaration, and repeats it twice over, in
order to give it greater, emphasis :
"We would rather see Lee advance with
his cohorts into the heart of Pennsylvania
thin witness the inauguration of Wedd
ward as Governor of the State."
We have not a single doubt that the
editor of the Telegraph means every word
that he says in the above sentence.
person that has been a regular reader of
. that paper can resist the conviction that
rather than_ see the Democratic party re
turn to power. brigning with it peace,
Union and a Constitutional government,
' it would have the country torn to pieces,
the finest section of our State devastated,
and the dominion of Jeff. Davis success.
MONSTER BLACK SNAKE KILLED.—The
Doylestown Democrat says on Thursday last
while Henry 11.' Shive and Henry N.
Stout, a lad in his employ, were mowing
on the old Shive farm in Nickamixon, the
latter killed a black snake which mem:-
ured 14 feet 8 inches in length. had over
12 inches in circumference. ;It attracted
much curiosity, and was pronounced the
largest snake ever seen in that 'neighbor
The ]democracy of Pennsylvania will
kill a stil•l greater black quake this fall—
one that } has•caused ,much miichief, and
on whose overthrow dependa the tutors
happiness of the entire community. It
stretc.hes lear across the State, haring - its
head at Philadelphia and its tail upon i
Like Erie For a number or years it has
practised italeducing wiles on many inno
cent vic; uss, and the effects of its danger
ous - character are felt in every township,
and by almost every hearthstone. It re_.
calved a stunning shock last fall, from
which it has not yet recovered, and on the
13th of October next the Democracy in
tend to assemble in their strleogth x to
strike• the final blow which shall put an ,
end to its dangerous existence.
" The Soldier's Friend."
The Republicans have giv e 7 to Governor
Crams the poetic title of the Soldier' s
Friend," and expect to obtain the ar my
influence and vote, if some Means can be
.devised by which it can be taken, in his
&var. In order to show how much he is
entitled to the support of the soldiers, we
eopy the following extract tram a dispatch
Which appeared is the Philwiddphia Inqui.
rer, on the . 3lst of July last. The inquirer,
it must be remembered, is a Republican
paper, and now sustains the Governor, al
though it opposed his nomination :
"It is a sad commentary that, while
the'-e& . of brive men rushed to arms to
defend the State trout invasion, and while
the Gowerior Was tickling them with hon
eyed words, his ni)ti.As end followers were
pireftgi, aks Attipies. to deptire arat of food,
mid to that to stake toitst and marry
otorcAtataut rm.' the poor &rimy of enviers
saipork. It is a matter of record that,
while these contractors were receiving
emanates wins the gallril!kt Philadelphia
adding were placedx4 o allowance of a
cracker a day. for days together,
chair to the stsg/sa wed x of
the Err Deponionat of lionuyiamia."
Tate Repuldicansjost now are particular
ly Anions against the Irish portion of our
gopsiatioss. The explanation of this ha-
UM aided a gallant race may be found
fa Use bee that the sons 01%.Erin, almost
nniedessuely, vote the Demi:ratio ticket.
The President'. Promises. .
Mr. LINCOLN'S letter to the Springfield
. (Illinois) convention, which is nivw:being
widely Vublished and flatteringly
by the Republican pen, contains the fol
lowing son as
"Negroes, likk other people, act upon
motives. Why should they do anything
for us, if we will do nothing for them? If
they stake their lives for us, they must ke
prompted by the stronjutmotives;--even
the promise of freedoffi ; an/ie promise
being made, must 6s kept."
We presume that Mr. Ltscom. like al•
most every other person, is anxious t e a be
regarded as a man of his word. His sup
porters delight in calling him "Honest Old
Abe," and there are many people who do
not endorse his Administration, who have
been made, by the repeated assertions of
"Republican jodenals. to believe thatte is
really entitled to the appellation. As he
has such a strong desire to keep his "Fan,
cat." with negroes, we respectfully call his
attention to the following "promise" made
by him to the white men of the country,
in his Inaiigurel Address :
"I do but quote from one of my toreech
es when ./ deelare that 'I kat no ifi r
reedy or indirectly. to interfere' ' r institution
of slavery in-the States whire • exists. IBD
LIEVE I HAVE AWFUL BIGHT
TO DO SO. AND.I AVE NGINCLINA
.TION TO DQ SO.' Those who nominated
,and elected ine did so with full knowledge
slat ' I bad made this and many tiddler
declarations, and had never recanted
"I 71010 reiterate these sentiments ;. and in
doing so, I only press upon, the public at
tention the most conclusive evident* of
which the 'case, is susceptible, that the
property, peace and security of no section
are to be in ;any , Wise endangered by the
now incoming Administration. Ladd, too,
that all the protection which, consistently
with the Constitution and laws, can be
Siven, will be Cheerfully given to all the
tates when laykfullydensimded, for what
ever cause—as cheerfully to one section as
to another. '
*. * "I 4lce the official oath today
with no menial •I•vatiotu, and with no pur
pose to construe the Constitution and laws
by any hypocritical rules."
Wo trust that Mr. lartcour will lose no
time in giving ski' explanation wby be has
violated this pledge eo solemnly made,
and yett holds fast to'tbe one given in thir
Emancipation Proclamation. L aktprom
ise", to negroes really more binding than
one to white men?. ,
Meeting of National Committees.
The two Democratic National Commit
tees, popularly know of old as the "Doug
las" and "Breckiaridge," and the "Bell-
Everett" committee of former days, met
at the St. Nicholas Rotel, in New York
city, on Monday. Nearly two hundred
gentlemen were present, among whom
were many of the active and well-known
conservatives .of the loyal States. The
meeting was strictly private. Itwas known
however that August Belmont, of New
York, was- chosen chairman, and Hon.
Thomas B. Florence, of Pa., and Dr. Cott
man, of La., were appointed secretaries.
liver two hours were spent in the friend
ly discussion of propositions ; one sugges
ting a coalition between, all persons of
whatever • name ,opposed to abolitionism ;
another fixing a day upon which the joint
committees should meet and ball a Na
tional Conservative Convention, 'Lc.,
It was agreed on all hands to hold a Na
tional Conyention, to which not only the
Democratic party but all who subscribed
_essential doctrines ' of that party
should be invited ; but it' was thought in
advisable to bide such a call till after Con
gress had l assembled. No definite] and
positive action, it, will be seen, was taken;
and the different committees, stand pre
cisely as they did before the meeting. But
such a spirit of mutual concession and har
mony was evinced during the conference
as to leave little doubt that the commit
tees will be prepared to act togethei fdr
the good of the country at a future day.' \
The Democratic Party.
Let those who now assail the Democrat
ic party, says an exchange, remember al
ways one fact—thit history has *indicated
every position and justified every import
ant act of that party from the organism:
tion of the government down to now.=
Discreet men who anticipates future,and
do not object to the enjoyment Ot self-re
spect in time to come. had better rumi
nate s little on this significant truih.—
Without claiming absolute infallibility,
the Democracy have a right to dwell with
satisfaction and pride upon the fret that
their success has been uniformly the pro&
perity and progress of the country and the
increased happiness`of the people; that
their cardinal principles have passed into
laws, that their theories of self-govern
meat have become the well settled convic
tions of anti-menarcnista all the world over.
They can therefore bear reproach with
com4rative Indifference , . they adhere
still to their cardinal principles and rely
upon the sober second thought of the
people, knowing that their principles
possess a vitality which can never be weak
ened either by calumny or defeat.
IN REFURVO to the employment of Dem
ocrats by the Abolitionists, the• Ohio &ate r
mat very truly remarks that "it is highly
advantageous to be a Democrat, for after
one is worn out, be is eagerly bought up
by the opposition party, just as broken
pots or leaky ' kettles are bought for the
sake of the metal. Nothing so Complete
ly insures a nomination by, and the sup
port of the opposition, as to .have it Maid,
of their candidate. r be bee been
Democrat.' No matter if he has proved
false and recreant to every pelittcal prins'•
pie he ever before professed. The greater
the renegade the better tool he make' till
after the election." •
Marnan A? hittacrwx.—A weeds; of the
Millerreek Democracy waslteld at thn Toes
Ron", in Eagle Village, oa Saturday after
noon last. Mr. jao. Bmrtim, one of the nest
esteemed cititens of the township, presided,
assisted by a number of Vice Pretridssia The
speeches were made by Wilson Laird, Baq.,
Wm. A. Galbraith, Esq., and Benjamin Whit.
male, editor of, the 06saver. A very entituat.
astic spirit was displayed, and the reaming
was decidedly one of the pleasantest we have
Cosa:.--:-Thi people of Iltie,:erawford and
Mitten Counties. without distinetitia of potty.
ore 'invited to attend awned Demonstie man
toeetiog to be held at Cony, on the nd Let
14 Is intended to Ink* this woe of tke met
attractive meeilep of the cruepalga. I sal a
number of 41 11Wellt skater, us expand to
deliver addresses. Farther pestimmee will
be gives Inn week.
GRAD IMILICAN ropy - *ow :
' , LOYAL^ MEN. WOMEN
:DERN IN .C4WN
•live ' "1_14: arrtibellikireilliiml
Vitt - PRESIDENT'S DOC
GIVES A VELIPI
The Governor's “IIEALTIV*IsIiII on the
LI WWI Of MT ; Tll- (INV
TRAGEDY AND COWED'
Match Patriotic Ciall. l -but nu IVolustrene:
By dint of extensive advertising. flaming an
nouncements and bard eirort. the Republicans
sucCoeded in gathering a 40ocourSO of from 5 to
6,000 men,women and chtidren tb . at I end•their
masa meeting on Thursday. - The greater por
tion of lbw assemblage sppearedi to be aurae
tad by striesity—som to see ttr Governor—
others-1s hear Oen. B !stead Daniel 8. Dick.
hewn, who had been ainonneed Upon the bills,
and of mune were not present,l is the mana
gers well knew they would not ¢e—and still
more from that disposition of the human tue
lure which induces people to be on hand
whenever there is a crowd, smi l e chauce to
see something odd, funny or exciting.' We
put the number presentltt whee l 's think is a
liberal estimate, although we doubt not the
Republican printi wDI claim froei ten to twen
ty thousand. 'Of those in attentianoe, &timid
one-half were women and boys, c ud a quarter
of the balance, good, staunch Democrats. It
is one of the distinguishing features of the
two parties, that Democrats areialways ready
to listen tojeoth sides of the political issues
before the country, irhile, as a general thing,
Republicans will neither read Dawned° pa
pers nor attend Demberatie meetings.
The exercises of the day were opened by a
"grand" protession,consisting of about a hun
dred conveyances, headed by !Mehl's - Brass
Band. Folloviieg • the Bud wits a canine
containing Gov. Curtin, 'accompanied by sev
eral of our prominent Republic en politicians.
The• Governor did" not seem to have any oh;
jostle& whatever to being par eded about the
streets like an animal show, sad enjoyed him
self hugely in admiring the sights, and re-
Mein the flatteries of his followers. To
many there was much that was:intensely_ dis
gusting in the idea of the Executive of this
proud State thus permitting himself to be
make a spectacle of ; but Wev , presume they
were only "copperheads," whose opinions are
worth nothing, and who have'no rights which
a "loyal" man is bound to .respect. Outside
of the Governor there was not `much particu
larly noticeable - is the procesiion, unless it
might be the sickly attempts' at burlesques
which cropped out in two or three instances.
One of these was a banner containing a rep
resentation of a tall man killing a snake, the
latter being labelled "Judge Woodward." A
cruel-hearted soldier was overheard to ask
'whether this serpent was not One of the lot
that the Governor was in the habit of getting
into his boots when he visited the Army of
the Potomac' Another sickly efrort at ridicule
was & rickety old cart, draWn l y four canal
horses, "all in a row," and containing seve
ral tough specimens of humanity, who looked
an if they needed a shoddy oontract or a ant—
lerahip in the army to .citable them to appear
respectable. The cart was marked "Judge
Woodward," and the affair afforded a deal of
amusement to the boys, who finally pestered
the inmates to such an extent that they were
glad to rush to a place of refuge. Prom many
of the conveyances lap gaily floated to the
breeze, and we are glad to
_record, that so far
as we noticed,• they all had the fall number of
stars. We are unable to learn, that a single
one of the sixteen starred emblems which the
opposition used to be proud of carrying be
tween 1860 and '6o,iras seen iti the proves.
The procession halted about 11 o'clock. and
sseetinis was organised in the East. Park.
The first speaker was a Mr. Riddle.' we be-
Hem from Cleveland, who did not succeed
in making himself heard more than a few
steps from the stand. He threw his arms
.about in a eonvulsivwmanner, filing back his
head hlrsterioally, and danced shout the stare
likes caged tiger. Me 'could- now and then
distinguish something like "Copperhead,"
"sympathiser," “Butternut.". 4 ,..tiaitor Valut
a:4km" otirltonest ivesitleat," g. treason
in our midst," 4, 1141 t till tie lam man and the
last dollar are expended:" and' similar con
vincing Republican arguments. The crowd
clapped lustily when he sat doWn, in probable
satisfaction that Riddle had riddled himself
Re was followed by a somewhat notorious
tilvidual from Philadelphia, who was ter
'leafy distinguished as al. John W. Forniy,
liett who, since the war eetnineneed, has chan
ged his name to John IF. Forisy..ffse. Re
familiarly known to many people as "the
President's dog," and in toker of his calm'
subjection and spaniel-like obedience to his
master's will, has recently received the still
more affectionate title of " Farney." We
looked In vain for the gold caller which-hi is
said to wear, with the words, ;Owned by A.
Lincoln," upon it, and an only account for
its absence upon the sappesition that hyarit
have left the President'i kennel in too4reat
haste to have it adjusted. ; It may be, toe, that
the President had read the PitteburgsGasette,
and knowing the bid company_ into which his
favorite animal was abort to trim]. had been
seised with a pang of fair for its safety, and
locked it up for safe keeping ; until "Fawn
The speech of Mr. Forbore's* a aphides&
aad ineffective effort, anskening no enthusi
asts whatever. The people would go np as
close. to the stand as pdedble, tan a look at
Mu through curiosity, aid thee Leo away.
nog* attitiod! Bia 610 min were nudely,
¬ed to proving that he had not left the
Deenocratie party, but that it had damned
tip, sadwas so leaser ,the Ore sod UAW
equalzatisa it was whosi he balasged
He *dorsal all the sets of the Ailiplpstrs.
Use, urged the people to stead : by b landed
' , as, Roble President," sad in all respects
prised himself worthy of the tulle which has
bees gwaerslly bestowed , upon Lim. We ba
ttered that he sated lil ts a eras who was
ashamed of his position, bat oa ?diodes af
terwards ve lovesse eosvisood that we most
have beak mistakes. A euefal review of
his saris; hum us so gravid", belief that
mks Meg si Atari ever mitered We his
Tlia.sPosik of ' , Palmy" hiving wet with
so poor a newiptloe. Ike Waciateis thought it
hest to adioara the smiting to' 2 o'clock la
the aftseasea. Proaptly at appola
tad period the radlaat coaamisaace of Da
vid Derrisksaa. Assateisge teew Judge of
skis district. appeared upon the *dors as
Previdgat ot th. dap. The Jadipt apoa tag
Ye Clair itilikited, pa the &idlest* a knit
apse* vide& wee Ilauesed to fo . perhaps
At, ileum plesese.. He took= his seat sadist
the nest entlisdastie elememanitAore or—ei 7
Wage 1 1
The "groups" of the eeenioake .11101
Friend," who allowed them to be cloth
ed itt shoddy usifermkand fid upon rotten
P'irk stuptinstytleisle Ask man who en-,
nouseed to tins - Willalicrn at its last tesoiat, '
hits special assalmity:lbat• Ida health ants sue
feeble goalie" hiss telne the hardships .
of nimbler political stampitiouf tied wheefter.„
wards strained every effort to procure the
nomination—the Governor whom the Pitts
burg Cazefte, en. •Of h is own leading_ party
masa. has charged with the eillst
lions sad the gravest official misdemeister
Attar's,. G. Curtin, was then introduced. The
crowd had not read 'any of the Pittsbitrg,Re
publican Papers, we judge s for they cheered
btiu •ieartily when he arose.
lie commenced his speech" by saying that
the did not. seek the nomination anCgould
have preferred that some more deserviaigen
tleman bad obtained it. (A dozen men sitting
by his aide knew that every word of this was
falsehood.) His health had been severely at
fectedby the arduous duties of his office. sad
ist justice- - to himself.aad family he should
not again accept the station. (The people
wilt take pity on you, Governor. and elect'
you to retire to privatelife.) Having accept..
ed of the nomination. however, he war. deter
mined to make 'as gallant a light as possible.
(Bat why did You accept it when the state of
your health was PO' danierous, and, above all,
why did you seek it 7) He paid e high com
.to the ability and. purity of Judge
Woodward, whom he pronounced persolally
one of the most unekeeptictiable men in tie
State. The latter stood on a platform, iu-kis
opinion, that was daimons to the et:matey.
He then labored to Show that Judge Wood
ward is a sympathiser with treason: and ate
advocate of slavery. both of which charges
he knows to be untrue. The old story of the
Judge's assisting to deprive the soldiers of
their votes was eiuunelessly revamped, oath&
Gov. Curtin is perfectly aware that as a-faith
ful jurist and a true man, he was bound by
his official oath to take the' exact course he
hi' MK ILI"
The entirech was a mese of clsp.,-trap
and misrepresent/diens, such as no honest
man, and no dishonest one holding the high
office of Governor. end- possessing any Self
respect, would have made. At least two-thirds
of it was-taken up in landatteas of "the sol
dier,, and appeals to the *heel; of the young
men in the army to stand by the Republican
party. The Governor Maly Made the slightest
allusion to the important- issues which divide
the two parties, and in what. he did say, placed
himself on the egrame radical platform. His
timidity and deutagoguaism stood out in glar
-14 colon all through.
The Governor managed to get up several
very pretty dnuastiti imam during the course
Of his remarks, which, proved conclusively
that he hal mistaken' his calling.. Had he
taken to the stage hi early life, he might have
rivalled Forest ! When be was about half-way
through, a part o't the platform broke down,
Which cast a shade over tie faces of a few of
the superstitions oars present, 'who regarded
it as ominous of thitate which is'to overtake
"the Republican platfoim on the - 18th'of Octo
The Governor made no nitiunpt to deaylhe
(lama gin g statements front the Pittsburg Cie
ze tie and other :Republican papers, which we
have transferred into our columns—neither
didnjay of the other speaker,. With all w
speet to Gov. Curtia,s admirers, we Must say,
that . if his speech on Thursday Is to be taken
u a sample of his ;general style, be is even
less of an orator than we have heretofore given
hint - credit for. Hautanner of speaking is that
of a street•eorner politician, rather than that
of a Ugh-toned, gifted man. To saj that any
thing he said partook in the slightest degree
of statesmanship, would he simple' ridicule ;
to call it even a falusott of a partizan speech
would be giving it more praise than it is en
titled to. '
Following die Eiovernor. came speeches from
Ex-Gov. Johnston, of Pittsburg, Dtpt. • Gra
ham, of the 83 regiMeit, Clapp, of the Buffalo
Express,. Col. Oibb, of Tonneau% and a rear.
gado Democrat front Pittsburg, whose awns
was written upon the register of Brown's
Motel, Jads 4 likanaoty A Methodist political
parson from Cleveland, Miami Whitely, who
was esiticiall sarcastic upon 4447-yapper
heads" also ke, and a number of War try,
whose anwas it would be uninteresting to
mention. Tit 'speech of Clapp was fully as
dirty is th e * editorials, and that is
giving it taoet too Much praise. He paved
h s us "A
himself, if th ' public —.. iot hint before boa
convinced of t; to ' l bs Tay fitly , named.—
"lags" sea ratted, sad raved, and - tore
in • =saner gave groat dlversdoa to the
crowd who aid about to see the antic. of
animal.. At end of salsk'sennaini hoirstaid
bring his po jaws together la.& way
that was to Chow' Saaniiiiin ambit
ion of 6 . The Judges's& a derided
'hit—we-knew of hilf a doses yang ladies at
least who ' desperately Is. love with his
charsdag countenance ! Bat, 'deal , for the,
life oi wi, toll/ bias.
- As a whole, we must acknowledge, 'dug so
far as the • adduce was oonseraed,' the
meeting was , o Hai' of a success. The crowd
was not any • though, than we expieted
that the list speeches published „would at
tract. - Butt . aid Dickinson' are eke favorite
stars of dt.
flit " that
by those who
Danes were o
will be to stir
cum in fs
Corns test Tpauses Tex.—When
Andrew G. S. • sanesseed this finite foe
Ciewernor, in 1860. he osenunoed frost et
ay sunup • he wee append tot the re.
peal of uso akm as that impaled open
tin . ) t totutE the PaieTlvalis !Slimed."
Yet no had he Wow
ids oat end
mon high heaven to- proteetAnd
defend the isiersde of the Conusentemdth
then he visored e bill: pawed a Sto.
oldie' an Senstor and Home of
tatives, which deprives the ads of net
and egaitablevereette to aannat of hires
haesited the** dams a gam ead sotnally
released the company boss the p=it .
of Irma handred doomed dollars, 7
doe the State. With all this homy load
of iniquity upon hie heed, thinteaCietin
has been re.nonsinated, wine tir eased
=of the -basest ICtiallnill of
Mesa S he now party, end spin nib the
the su ff rages SI the people of Netenrirsode.
Freemen of Intone empty. vase Adak
ye of his Want and failidld rimmed;
which triumphed. Piteekingv )Leek
the.perfeet nen and behold the
Is he not "eider amok tea Utens and
one altogether lovely r—lnfient Demean&
Ws Wear to Ifsorf—Paraigia. as bib.
man, and Dizio• IMP% Ma dm Ms.
Evening Jawed, Court both astride& pia
ofleet,ria oar Of Quitter gleodas.
of murder in.tb.artt degree, sad os aisea.
ad to be hoaxed. Goma* Curtis hoe
promptly aired the dough ustelatt at
Farspa. whose azatiiiias ■ dirietad Is
toka_plees au Septamber 186. , The so
f* Disishis seli a chasm for hie ilk
no death wanoat !mist basaisetad: W.
seat to kacarlithetbar soasrileit~ at
the asps. is dm Aboillina S at Wit;
vat*, octiods to %pita tostoototboot
• Wiens of lids notion, sad
ee gave rise to mese "di"
• se the pert of die "faisb
• pa they wire sever arpoetoct
•Sta uP sweetiat; sad thou.
ty pas oa the bins to. dray the
main efect or ilk* alimaidaje
1 p the 'Democracy to Mill farther
)0 their due sad amiable..
Ill° I" ft l ue l b"
We are manila& to Milo tblit Woo. W. B.
lined sad Cho. W. cairgoo,Ssq. s of Phil
wig**, :will on,loV-,; 18 9 iledia A.
viosoi Mu.iootiairal4 bald at lisadvillo,
on llth Amt. 111101oodL oaf of the,
a4at poisahaf wham I.iiad orators la the
and a "um who Vas fro intalleetaal
enporion is the natini:l4. Carrigaa is also
as ustaanally .olfeetivetioakor.;.aad Till. us.
tubtedly &lbw as address of greet Wang.
addition SO these puilegues. Judge eh
esiloiont sal Col. Jams ; I. Kim of Freak
-141 ; Was. A. Cllablida. Sq.. of Erie ; David
M. rorsollY. Boa.. of *air*: R. 11. De,
France, link, of Meteor, sad iptobobly Geit
Hamilton, Esq., of Pitiabart i are expected
to deliver addresses.
The followieg pummel have been ' agreed
Ulion as plows of the sastiag :
Pruisineirr—Hon. Ostiylord Church, of
I Vics-Passinnays—Erii Cat* jr—Wm. A.
Galbraith, of Erie; M. W. Cline, of Idea
bOro ; P.O. 11(ranalien, of Union, and W. C.
Whits, of Walirford.
Mercer Cessfy—W. B.li a = i
of Mercer ;
71 ID. (Weep* of West vile ; George
*Wiley, of Sheshisyville, and 111. C. Trout,
ramp 09.—Han. B. Lasebesioa and Hon.
A Phuner, of Franklin ; Mimosa Mane, of
giatonville, and Dr:;. Willis, Of Noilsloorg.
Clorios Co.—W. T. Alm, et Clarion
Dr. J. B. Williams, of eirg ; A.
of Bethlehem; and Petal Closely if Strat
I Crawford Co. —David Lops, of South She
neap ; T. C. Teesdale, of; Conssant4.; H.
Bradley, of Crckeihigville, and L y, of
Sacarrasues—A. P. nab?, Franklin;
Benjamin Whitman, Eriii; J. W. Purely,
We spin urge upon out Erie County Dem
oerata to attend this swa i n is as large 'mm
ben as pc*ible. Amagetesids have been
made by which strewn iwil t I be met by the
Chief Marshal of the dap, or his assistants,
and escorted to rues Awe they Can pro
can lodging and boirdlng.
A Fatszon PAIITIG—Z: es tOf Lowry - has
now, to all ads sad p , Deco& the
leader of the Repab a r au t rty is thls'obasty.
It is slot little • to, see with what
Peculiar coadeseessioa Me old manses in the
•PPPsitioa mkt, " bowl the thane knee" to
him ••that" thrift-my Wow Duralug." fib
views are courteously es licited oa all ques
tions of party Policy, b e
*usadidatas for otoe, kb:4mM figures promi. I
neatly is oill , the party taneusei, hi secures
all the "glom' appoiatatests he desires for
ills Meads, and in feet controls alsnost every
thing. Well may Mr. Iy exclaim:
sliticases is all- • -give bat ones inocess,
lad lay foes come Wain to my feet-"
We were forcibly runiudad of these truths,
by.readiag in the fissetni the following list of
persons' composing the Cousins* of recep
tion for the maw metiag on the 10th last.:
iM.B. Le ,J. P. Vimint, Joe. M. Ster
ret. Jame" IS , I. . Oars, oeo. W. De
1 Mr. Lowry's sane op 'ng first, we pre
lims he was - Chairman of, the Committee, the
Leading am of, the lot. / while the rest were
bumble followers. To those who are so-
Tainted with local pol,itios of a few years
back, the perusal of thilllist asst be isstrac
tive, if not mirth-prutoking. We asy be
iebtakm, bat it we Mainnber rightly, every
ma in this list his, at• one time or another,
*rithia the-last five years, berated Mr. Lowry
to the best of his ability, and the latter has
not • been, behind-Lad in retuning ti com
pliment. Verily tie 114 and the lantb,have
We downlagetiurr, and IMe Abraham doth
lam. Although we 'u the' midst of hug war which a suspeasiaa of
the, 06serthr yet argue
o illait horsts to
o thi n al as Zy together la the
support of the prinei sad cendtodates of
th.th ;mealier on. We trust true
dal= ars is Bete Coma* will the above the
low level of see partinauddp mad place
dunaselvu sal on thi braid sad elevatad
*fors of aacoadttieual loyalty to the Gov
ellthelat without refereice to fenny party
The litpudeace of theo Gaunt Is only ei
sheded by its unblushing . moral depravity.
It would be positirtly if it were not
To coutplettly to he the lofty
spith of seltaaperiority iwith which it sets
isself abcrte its neisildulaad &ups upon
then adenoma of whist it flows itself to
be u guilty me say. the wide circle
our exchange list. welkaow of no journal
whit& is more respoasible ter party galosh—
asap which has done how to eacourege per
thou spirit it its followeemaose which more
bliadkr follows party tglias, and supports
party no sainemw—thaa thisi seas widelag,assms.
tissosiousiad hypouritieni Gazette. _lt is tied
to the lepablioaa ouches with tighter
chaise than ever sere was bound in the
South. 'No planatet is Isag eaough to teat
the depth of Its ? Iluleasei, or the extent of
its sareiliq. 1 •
; • We trust shat thi: of the Gazette does
not take the people' of consausity to ho
II peak of idiots , usable see the dilemma
between a partisan sad Who is sot. It
Weald redly appear. th al if ho did, or
be would hardly date to - to pain off
etch a let of iseensisteat stet as weekly ills'
the colones orthat, j 1/. ask hie far
the sake of the duty he es to the public. if
bolas so regard for self- , to bum off
lie:relater =skis( pretessioas, which. erewe
child tea eat hare no feeedatioa.
la, las °swap bas 1 *ads mother as.
tisaimilag ilissoniy,.4l's poem is WNW is
that wa7--142.: last thalami**. an shoat
tip lisrclisse :the passe 14 *eh Beals deka."
it is poosidicsi. file the whole public
lawn, that the patty is heal,
ionises& af Um parse: abases is the ma
'malty. while the is WOW* to
pisispillag mit of SU hen the in.
rasa potshots of the Masi sad State
,idiosigratiess 0 their hack tips reigns
semissity iiir this dm* be phial, pis-
Mho& es Ths seem politica messes,"
"note limediet asseld," is to cheap apes
asesies. the nay adsig jai istssd to
4 romisiv Gar seigther has probsilky
kid mo Ansars =sails to heat. 'Lassie;
tat las Sepshiims piny ass 'sly sussed
Ij *I eassilig easspoilia by tempi as 4 Wham
his has -est eighossily to mak digging that
lOss: the beammer tido he is amain to
dare b 7 his am hilliaih.
-_--- . .
! owes Luxus •, - 111ne ekie Who
*ere theli bomb es the, • 'et Or* bode
see made eve ee OM iel. greet kelt
wee Ihmel with thew •it taw peel then
Os nee* et do Ilitikilerfailel of 'lLia Coils Ohba Snail Ti swim
soma if oh !hides we ft Iteeree.
thee lathe weeedieeel *apace et lean
Old Peri, le tahe elf beirekei Wee dew
lit istar• as Wee eheiere—ehe et*
erfeeee via sidei eye) eefer
emmeres. The, geelheeet • *vs label'
les emir gnemilitm a l l it esedese to
mit enneeherpliew , sea poplar
Ipilese he Mier fixe * Omit ipirdins.
4 1L, .11.11014 limy Sleee.lheis
. I •
1 .. .. i
Catteallsoes.—lt is useless to deny- that
the Mono of the people hive a deep-seated
sad settledinonfidence in "Saricrinsilia" as au ;
illiteative ;remedy. Notwithstanding this
te*lllatto ins of late years been
=prepositions claiming Co possess Its]
bat'really with none at all, still the
=believe in its intrinsic value as a re
basis, they hare knonn of its cures.
The sage for large bottles; at low price., has
called into market many! compounds of &r
-espells whisk contains; scarcely any of it,
or even say medical virtue" whatever. Yet
everybody knows that, Sarsaparilla is the
great staple antidote for !Scrofula, Eruptions
sad enteneotts diseases, au& for the purifica
tion of the blood; when they can get the real
artier* or sentinel extract of it. Such we
an now able to inform them they can obtain.
Dr.?. C. Ayer k Co.. the celebrated chemists
of the East, whose reputation aisuretras they
do lila Westover'. they nidertake, are selling
a Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, which,
although the betties do root contain quarts,
fora dollar, do contain more of actual cura
tive power than whole, 'gallons of the stuffs
which have been, in use. It is asserted that
one bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains
more than double the amount of medicinal
virtue, which is affOrtied, by any other. This
tact is only apparent to the taste, but its
effects and cures afford incontestible prpof
that it is true. Such a remedy has been long
sought for, and is everywhere needed by all
dams of our community Cyn
tithing, Ky.) .
la Wm olts. on Ow 2.1 105 t.,! at tho re*tdaner of Cut
WWII father, bt the Roo W. r. Illgnall, Ur. ions La
nes to 2111,Ltsus Gown', 41 of gria. No , Card*
La M 10th City. OD the 10th I LD
DA , , RICHARD BIANARD,
Wald NMI Of KWINAILD sad Ilisaurr alisix/s.
So-gag's - Advertiotmento•
• Change is the Arab Business
The loag established Lint will known -
Drug & Medicine &Ore of Jo Ss Carter,
Nag lid into the Wads c 1 :the underalgeed. his ono,
wha, hating purchased the entire sloe k will rpntinae the
hosiness as heretofore in the Woo plate. The part and
gamut mutation of this house as a
Pmertptlea gad Falai Ilkdidee SHIM
ANZAC OY ANY OTHER IN THE CITY !
Lad sumeribse bops. to , ' careful silent/on andJp.ll-
ideas sessigsmant. to merit theses for the Mare.
JO. J. fi. Carter. although withdrawing from the =oft
anima tables of the badness. will still rungs in this
sleek srbare ha hopes to swat his old Meads and maybe
elithed as nasal. I galltrEL CARTER. ,
1 FARRAR HALL.
Bobenbut Troupe of Bliss Blows
WILL SOQN OPEN
AT THE ABOVE HALL:
Farm far Sale.
WELLA* sold at P,nblie Sale, on Tues.
day flisphasims 29th. at 10 o'clock a. m.. the
Yanabithmattag the malls of Frodarla Ratitanyhted,
'attaatod Is eNata tp., 2 sells North of McKean Corners
lad IA Map from Via, noatalaing nap hundred arm,
maim good cultivation ,togother with good house, tarn,
*atDatidlsge add 'ousts. orchard. Trans made known
to Jay dials. ! JOSZPH SaNNILR, •
ADAM WI - IDLE,
NOTICE. _ '
EBEAS my wife, Hannith E. Bug
left my bed aad - board, arithbat just value,
IS or Mord ON day 1863, therefor. I hereby
tottidall potato* to tryst bar; as I will not pay any debts
Oboe osatrartlag agar this fate.
loptUM-Itt• W. 11„ Bt7GBEE.
RETURN OFTN* FAVORITES
reurntu ONE NIGHT OM
Saturday Evenihg, Sept. 1 2th.
mats. imassis a MUSS MD, -
Topther vitt. Niddr Ilcarts liarlerque Old Fella' Con
ant, (kast•Orast-firandfatUr Diractor, on
t tom ths Zast. with sew attraction. aar festures
MIL GI&ORGE F. DOLL,
n=bbei Nuical oadasoula tn. most ...,hr
fial bistro:meat !over inhibited is the if °rll.
• THE trititTZSTELINA,
Ulm may Instrument of the klad *nor oa exhibition.
. /» art read tie .Pkw Premiune.
dsdas arntx. eleek-4,eneert to cossinessee at S
Eas a H. , HALL
PALL MILLINERY !
Widelt will I* iolJ
CREAP FOR casg. OR READY-PAT.
a lirPortAcatier attasuos paM to lasseldag, rwloriag
= i t elk door &bora Ms Dipot, griah
NEW FAL I L GOODS!
Now Ope i Wig/ at
WM. P. .11/01'114111 CO'S.
ble, les,y, Sept. '!st.
State Non e& School,
MO N+, 1 425011,ti, Pa.
Ssad •fora aroilar..
A. CO OPER, Principal.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY;
Minimums st Pftsjalpii, salmi*
101 BROADWAY. N. Y.
ssasssis eissidier Farr
gmlsUr Wel 334 .4=ralts bt Zwissat ,usi=
US m Ditsbms2„ : -
AO Odsseir. 34 Authors, ,
44 Lint Cldsa 1
is, 30 AlollUts, -
SR Otbstellises, - 112 420ge.
IP NOT 01111140. 46 Prisadaist Wagea„
dad la Tnsmissat lbesip Portn,AL
11,1 OSPIRS OF WORKS OF ART, •
beislat reprodutior atria mist ergebeated Agar.
Isigkibblimp.lbesass, As. Ihasisr,,• seat vs receipt
sfillsop. - As sedge tae Moe Dom PICTeItE6 from ear
OaWgss l YMlMSasiaaeytsfsl,Bo,sed milt by
_.., Phologniphio Alburni. '
Ofilm - suisisommo a pals* 41.4641 y. raziesi Ls
p 001444146436641.10 alba speak.
• - Our MAIM bres us mautudia of Dinar sapreir
Isburlirsit Is soy slim& • Th., 4.1464 t
Akassms busse irel7 by ow AS s proems oral: etate
par 441 m, .13
,liialgembe l pie be seat to ekvesa.
. . Ili• En lisp slow • Alpsintimal. of
• leiriftera Mg UMW* rile.%
Our alibi's of aim wilt lo mit to soy addreo; on re
ad & a. wasoevy,
141111111...01 or rnotainarnoe Mantua Ls,
111111110ADVAT. sit,W lOU.PIM* or oddirao et proodooso militsfy sea via
MORA Mien" assaine es 0104.11keonnon trovy. 7
TirriallielliptionshUy nitaraidoodaj wok
Illmosso Ones tot Osorogotioso to
pool 110 ear ' sir 4r *Moe porpo-oo.witk oar
rSPRING TiLaiDt, - a t•3';
P11111"114111""kill asi liesdhis Jot ese4 lllllll mßinC
Sillbest ai liV i Clailti JC. SUM.
11014 W:LQ(O,I IrCANDLIA
14,14 t. of Ilie Untiod thatts Cheuit -
Coms harx k S?. CLAnt kris., Pi
H F LARGEST, CUE APR
135 paya ter aha
t er' No extra charges
Baliroid and Bask 800
'Watery Sftni at half pie,.
• le w
This tOitl w totios'is coadoctibit by el
sad practical Arsintotasts, who pii i
set rs billow, 1t the ken rzlooor
Tor the most lucrative sod rropons
rbobissirsated for omit oily.
previous for gradual/4 of this
PILOV. A. Cowngrithe twat Penman
bolds the 'argent samba of In Preys
roswpetatoril, trachea Rapid Baldness
For epeeunene of Pengunship, and
hag full Wintertime, Inclose tweoty e,
JENlthoi & ail
rip Attend where the Sons sad Cl,,
Buitness .Wei graulaate.
The N. Y. Junta! of
We ceesciatulate our masts on the
which hes attended oar labon,in comma
advocates of ccesetrative prindpive. A,
of every reader to the dleaaminatioa
&Adele'si tangle. by Washingtoa, folio%
and rood nun who hats snaU our settee
which they built, and we must prawns
lava of the
-UNION AND CONSTITU'
We Uvulas so new doctrines in
social life. Ire are Mown oaths
the faith of our fathera'ead the upl
CIIRISTLANiTY AND CERDITIAII
seltuat every form of attack. Wimp!
agar OP Tu. Umtata Brute AID TIT
lalrialaTT 01 TIM ?Toni OP TIM IV
Opiate' in them two sources of at
our greetesse as a people, and a
perpetual =dry, pour end=
political party, and owe no
hare opposed and shall asthma to or
as the elommet of discord, the Many
ad foe of thb Constitution, inertia(
satiety, in the church and la tbe .
fircustowtals u a political haw
are visible all wound as, and in look I.
when the Constitution dun triumph 0%
well as the raised bands stall Da foss, N,
The Journal of Commerce will ,preeeto
richest and most vadat Labia of *mutants
paper in America. XA11713111 Ofiliety
all parts of tbi world, Haut Dawn it
collected and commuted on kr a
will be rustiarly tarnished to oar
the mlscellamous matter that w/
in the family circle.
The term' of th. Weekly Journal of
bereatlar be as follows -
Weekly, to setesnce, ono .....
- 10 "
" x 0 " "
(to4d oty. lUoaakcoplaa woo cats)
Alt Male ovekor mem the saber
etch Mar. 1 /Llip:7 so&
yoz each Clob 20 am extra copy "NU
perms coadiag tboosorcy.
'no torso of the other odltloccs or,
LARGE DAILY. .
-18 ulnae* ono year. $lO,OO L sdve
Six moo. in advance, 5,2 k z_
End ot meal ea 0c0. 15 , 60 U ,
For ono month, 4011 ( Oddly
Moray may to riadtto4 by
•r JOURNAL UP COL
THE FA.3IEILY SOAP
T... PUBLIC 'aro eaationa colon
articles of LYE for roaktag SOAP. Sr,
sale. The only GENUINE sad PATEN
male by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT .
COLIPANY, their trod* mark for '
PIER, OR CONCENTRATED LYE."
of the article has led UNPRINCEPLEI
datror.to IMITATE it, Lu violation
AU MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS
there SPURIOUS Lyda. axe hereby NOTI.
COMPANY hays omploye4 as Malt ATV
GEORGE EAREING, Esq. of PhiladM
W ILLIAM BAKER ELL, Bp. , of PR .
And that all MANUYACTERERS, CST
of Lys. in violation of thy, rights of th..
PROSECCTED at 011:A.
The SAPONIFIER, oK COSCENTRAIED
sal- LT all Dart...lmm, Unmans lAD CrA7Z7III
• TAKE NOTICE
The CP (Tip STATIO Ctactrr COCK? W
ut Penotylsaala: 2flo. 1 of May Tem :a •
TIIR PENNST LV• 1A NAL? MANUF
PANY re. 7E103. O. CRASE, dee ,
on Not 15,1081, tbe
e patent caroled by Ur= fee the
dated ficloyet 21, 111:4. Yerpetti.
:C. A. MORRIS, Ilieligor
Hos jut returned (rum
NEW . YORK',
Now urExtnit: A
LARGE - STOCK
child ran readily w r = t ottt a tai
foe minable. It Is is s CLCY,
TULL BAITER: aad aME lifTll BA
of stramats win alone pays largo pat
Wo tilalt•tbe- Washisme arm& sore
rums EVERY YEAB la tie esrtag of
are mereral kiada, Dimly aka is f
bat we coasider tt imperiled fist
with rap; otherwise a mos ot
rollers, sod tie rollers apes Qs a
the elotbs or the Maar Insk
Oar own Is oast albs irstiseks. and
Ntlir stair Dearly POUR UMW 001
AWRY lIRINGZR WITS COG tr)
Nelfrlegir unbearable r_
A GoodCANTASIIER waded la emery
tytoi receipt of tie pries from D
is selling, ire will mad tie verger
For partfealsre tad-eirealan. saloon
R. CI.IIIO O
- art P
' FINKLE &, LYON
SEWING MAC ,
Ylniee llsetmes auks the krek-stlieb
Mee, and ass less thu half this %NM at
single or doable nulled Wapiti/4 • llsifidso
Ben, Fell, Gather, Carl..greld..lllW
sd %peed than any other risseini )(odium*
fretless% changes sad. vast eariety of
Anntly, for they will saw trosittss
.sot Marisillerwithont stopping, sad ai
pekoe; or from tbs Ila.stgaols
to t 44)
cloth. or osso the Mouton! harbors lombil
Omani lag the food, nooLto or tension, or
,postoroni olltochise w'ontarer ! !
?boy aro staspio in rano-radios and mai
and if any per. is broken by se:Mrs% It U
nom ars mown eaors.and rat 0
the choke otany iatailigsat buyer.
Plasm CO and Mitildnir or mid for Carew
X. B.—Loch Arista wattled In aoenou sot
tied •ddnin, •
WINKLE. £ LYON, Clk
aeprad-Iy. Na. G3l BROADWAY, Nil
'`OYSTERS It CLAMI.
THE Subscriber would 'n
tally lama hie free & as.'
tbs& he is Atli at Wm *l4 stard.
In 4 ii wysawl to (orW
oyrrElif AID CLAD
ingdairobtat, at Insdosis aal age,
coder, cad at lb. Lavin Lama Palm
41Mctidl Orto. den Oda the Coosa/
- V. SCHULTZ & SRO.,
WHOLESALE_ AND RETA IL
We ke.rp oo Laud • hrs., earl sea
of every thias is oar Lae, aid will tot
to be sod•roo14.
Also a Ise Antics( 1 1,1bitit, l Ik2r 6 a ,
to be sarpoesed Is like enmity-
CAME to the premises of
Ritualist Rat inlets getout Boat.
WILL Doan, 10 the e:tv of littie, oa IreabotaY ,
emptoolor, Itt.S. 'a SSD coy. s m u t -4 10 2..k
lote twod 0 0 sock of bar Dot
oolotalount get ootoi to be toorrortot oto
/mot is tog stool to 4111111•Itairard. rem PJ
china sad take bar asey. Kinglet 'Or
poem at ateattlior to Itor--.
maim sula i o
ea at. - • liar 3. P. Bathe% tvAP"--
.4 "7 1 . ••• t.(1:1*-2111!ua--
F U M= 11
1V Walnut Stmt, Philadelikle;
Duquesne Way i ?grub/. •
The Universal Clothes
No. I, Largo Family Wriegar„.—.
No. 2, Idea= Family Wriggle,—
No. 2H, Medium IfaasUy Wain/tar,
No. 2. Small Tastily
No. 2, Large Hotel
No . IS, Meth
= Laundry, f to run stem
o • Large / or bled,
Sea. 214 and 3 hare no Cogs. Allot
ti o. 2 it the WIS generally width
Orange Judd. of the "Anarlean
No. I Wad rot's VIA IMtd, kw
with thi best
S:ll—Oyslin sat Mae Plalad la Or.trt
Tork, Jam 23.1 1 63.-17. it
GROCERIES AND PROM
EAGLE vu.L.Aat. TELE