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tha4 l3 °'
)13..) I:llainer.2 Mrpctily et 1.3 per
allowiti I.)r a g;aril...rr r pr.. end under
and BdttoTlil n'OliCeg, centa a ant ; hat no
bronserted Annul the. apertal Notioes
than oda dont:,
"l A A, and 'Altera roquiziug iragoent thati4as
aSeenti4nientik ...Mb* allowed ten. .quareN paper,
f j r 'la. For addttlo94l tbo charge&
.p o rt,ia, and thillv.r.tvelnonts (anti hr,.trtrtly
tholtrObnatabbalutora I,f Ow aticartlier. rar
t ma airmtadwartiassoadta rpqrarod advance
'early adr.ertbdog will be. ppotent•.l
oommttnln should he alnessed
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JA PI 1. 11nicur
it imams nr TI lt PlC.ci , 9 , : 00d
rayra. Blink, French .`tr.ort, Mlw..n Ftf'b and
41,011XICT AND COMD/11,,L0R A? LAW,
resumed the practice of big prutewriuri
i be forrad at kle old (dike, no Fru&
cable? of rablla Square. July 6, 'el.
HULL., i PROPRIETOR.
of II•eoaf sad Mu* Street—one equiire ealq of
txchaage. Warm. F*. Sept.
Boot MAIM, BLA.,tz Boaz iie..9t7ACTCW,
:4 C d %tory of Rinderoccht's Block, Erie, Pe.
IN C. VIVILY4OI4,
ATTOMMT h I7otmea.am AT LAW, Erie
Suite Street, new the t.ort. in the American
o d oony of the 1411 ding, occupted by F.* tt
~r. Fie will alwaSe be Nand In his calm, and
punctually attended to. ,
KUM U. CCTLKB•
AIWTORIXTAT LAW, Gin 1, Erie Comity
odious and otkoor Widow attoodod to yralt
too and diorpotch.
86'01110.01 & VU..
Witsnuela Dzu.ass GLOCREIZA' AND
NA, Mtge Street, go. 7 Bonnoll Block.
• ...417011111“ La moored to
i„ly r gwild of Stato Strst, on tta. north gide piths
rfir ra, • •
DOW ' NEVII.
ATTOILSIT AT L•M AND JCSTICE Or TIM
W Ali prsetice ift/aid n the eareral Co lute of
prorOt and, attention to all Onslneee au
to bin Dande r fdtbar as an Attorney or linfetrate.
Odtee to Imp* Plc.*, corner of State and Mt.
sANlNigte c 0..,
asst Ass tit Gott, Siltsr, Bail Notes,
• km of Defiritkity, sirebanire ott the prig
:Litssiisataattty OF sale. Ofilestitid , 9 Reed Room,
t7luant Cloeke, blue Jew.
leer 3poona, Bated Ware, Looking (Gum, Gilt
u p, Cutlery and. fancy Goode, raregen Betiding,
cu Wait Pa& near ?men et
ATTORSIS7 AT LAW—Office on eth 'tree%
oppoalp. the Court House, Erie,
Livrtisf, office lu itotru-'
Block, uurth gide of the kart, Erie, Pa.
3PE:WV:4 .-A SEL(46:4 MARV'S.
SPENCER 'k .1M A RVIN
Sc COUNSEL LARS AT LAW
Paragon Block, near North
,it Coin., o f the ht he :quart,
111110%. of till/ Flume &Lail have every attatittun, to
'Aar 'lay agreeable. UranttA.,. to it i , rota all
Joni /3.1.4DT, rropr . :etor. Cornet u
an, thud :streets, (lonakethel) uontlog the Cap
araat.urg,l'a Trews reanoriable,xecutonaoctttuti
, b, tn the at), tin , l Itnr a,. a
•! the eLok, a iNyor.
W/ZOLILISALL' 1....1) tirTAIL LaJJAIk IX
.r 6 alltl PrCnitlipmas Flour and I. sett, WOOL! Bun
WI" Wise. Liguori, Tobacco. F agars, t,,e., State
ace cloo&Sonth of Fourth, East sid., Ent. Pa.
/-432. / • ' -1
CA ittioNwit. co.,
grans KIS min DEAT.k.uv in Gib!
r"... Ylll Creek. E.O .
--Ainonszt.in and Dealer la titstionery,
liegeranurt, Newnttpere.dee. Country dealer
Stare - 424M Broun4 tiotelgranttug the Park.
CAW, IlUTlIbt =- i
Cornet wild and /dirket eta., tlarrisb erg, l'a.
old bad well known hoe* is now htted tip le th.
improwsdetyte. The litetoinmodatiens are et the
erilsr sztd the tenses reasonable. Ma situated le the
?alight:4n part er the city, and affords own of the
• Ust, °Writ blues in the counts.). to,blV:tr.
AITOR.V/ITS AT LAW. Cbretant
j Feb. 15-07:b2
*. • A. L. S&LS errs ag sun!,
OEMSsat--0,91es to douth ;-' -
Bon, Ida Pa - All Tort warns- A '
[marl6tl.3 0. L. E.'LL.crer
J. U... 21712., Warm,WartsCu" Ps
81 .121101506; sift 7 '62
1 . 16144 WA iiif Sic
ftleUrteliantan annuassou lisiumuirs,
.• • /11114 life opacity. Yob., b y Atlantic & 6 IV K.
Nair* to ow, Salt, iron, Crude and keened Petro
all MAO of ' , hipping dope on Ccuauuseluu. uttf.
•P. alitialin, . - 1
Norma l'outac An esstr.w. Cot.tiortio
ISIICIAZOI ASSIT: Colloottoom sad oft busimmis in
%obis promptly afAr.rtlool to. Apptutotions tor
• oolloitod, aad Volkies lamed wttooot dotty, In
tialotoivoydow owe., Wright's slot* comer of
sott Mite otrootoAtio. Po. tiorMiltL
AMUR AT LA.. in walks'. Of.
ao Strok7k !Iran, gel% 1%. sus 7'0%
go. - -
Win" Ilifittesalack, North able of the NA:6
Igdp..!* • *011'63 U.
1 vAairiir. uorKL,
' !Noah street, between 4th &earth striots,
20 1111.1adelplitsla Sri, Itaaroad !Asper, rare, Pa.,'
lkommgeriZprirter. antenitre acco wskoda
tar thaaiera travelers. hoard by the day or
toad slabUnic attached. apegisstf.
1.14.421 illirtg.tek 7,
100Mail.) , "Xbove ,
Bazars Sao?, atite atceet, nearly
Beer Melee* ettwebed, where gentleman tan
Ne - wituoirt being annoyed by disorderly
• - PASIIIOSAAILA TAILORS end
ra for Mai Jr Irsyser's Petra% 4 •eleg tiooterwe
belt to sae State Street, between so &on 9th Sta,
h. Cloches made le elder to the tweet style.
.7 1 113.1.•
Olirf C. SEXISM. - -
.1.111.114111 t ti MIT 00011:01,, GILOCIZII4I4
tan/Irak aha. Win, Sec a. Plaster, cc., cur
et Alith Parfet actrabfic SquAre, Mrin,
WALKER' a - co..
• . Ir • POIVAIDIIIO k CONIIIHAION 111111.C24.214
k* Re" Adak. Dock. LuA of State Stmt. Op
Van HOU* At NW Road Crawl!. Erie. Pa. Dollen
ILL, Floar, P oder, Watot ke.
B. --Cass : as to mod from Cana Ware tbtoisl
1 L'ICLAIII &visa+,
. (3sconsort. Stesasrl 4 Stotdair,) -
10Ltati.il MID BartAi&-Dagraater, Wright's Block,
4 . Street, Eris, N. Maier in Pants, 0116, Custphaste,
9•gtalk Glam. a•mstyr in a.ul. It rushes:he
114.1117AC7CRIEll ',Mks% Earinea,Bcalera,
implanantr. Railroad Cara,
he nowt. Get Year Money Bit* !
la 4.1 r
t eoll.olthlin BOOT & SHOE STOBB,
qategtm.si, Nearly Oppualts 0. Pont Oak,.
• Uft3l 0 A L
d. tindt *ad ' , Due Dealer,
r miegitally Wort), tho• YubLe that he
411 ft:1,91,4/k 440 is tbetitoroltwm•
wee, overi) o
Xl pumite the Pc.t
pI Crtibis ikud ettet.tut ra
lm a via
6_1 13 . flew atteptlea given to REPAIRLYQ. t wine
irorteriett, and oruperialauding 611 111/ 1191110.14
it If.he betievei tie ens give se pat Pattsfutiou
a t ~,,i„,„ pule any ether lorrun to 01, eoy•
640. Pit. urinted. spr2sl3U.
- inukTgia, Notio2a und FrinC? GL , oar,
lisoiredsat mylG—lm. B. 1c B.
ORANGIN, LEMONS. pi_
ta, Prunes, laws, Currants, Ralol2.a 4 r.meeir la mars sag forAssie by
1 41 6 4,...„. • ... USER h HURGES.4.
BENER & lIVEGESS
Ait'salliag Candies rat every ilwziptio. axad
Ctimaks Fern and COCO&
I Medi Oammiels, sad all flee Confluence.
ONE.DOLLAI AND A-HALF rEit YEAR, Ir . PAID IN ADVANCE,
NE W GOODS!
It ! .s. MORRISON'S.
EMBRACING ALI. THE LATE 1TY1.X.4 tar
`GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
ALSO, A LARGt. STOCK OF
APLE AND DOMESTIC 'GOODS !
TO R TIME TO ETTI GOODS:
- , 1. S. MORRISON'S.
A PACT GENERALLY KNOWN,
THAT th , a variety of new style Bed
stela., of Onthic, Cottage, Canvass, Bound Cor
ner, Camp Sots, Jenny Lind and other patterns, with
serpentine sod straltPoint, handsomely veneered Bur sera,
!retention, Bluing, Breakfast, Centre sod other Tablet,
Whatnots, Quaker Stands, Carpet and .actutak f r our4rw,
Sofa Beds, Hair and: ea Gran Nattravies, Feattkr lied.
and Bolsters with o. her nomorbold furniture, 2, rli
manor:en:red from well .neasoned lumber. and ,poclihy
materials; by expe-lanced workman and not hp nr.p.a , ntioe
lads. For style, quality toad low Woes 1 will &Ty toren
two-price dealers to undersell me. Feather- , bou,r:4. and
acid. Cans seat. Parlor. Bedroom, Rocitt.r.
Nurse and other Chairs, of Keats& and Western Taman
facture, are hickory dolled and glued; making them as
strong as coy other part of the chatr, where others made
and Fold aro only col-d, and by no nora..a durable. Wood
Windsor, Zincking, Sewing and Nurse, are chairs of barn
wood rounds clinched through the seat and slued. war_
ranted to stand. Handsomely painted, and can't Ca Gm
ten for streogth, price and Knish. Spting Beds. 1 Itmte
sold neat Wu and have the highest tentlmonLsls
list of prices of all ;ends sett on application. I'm Ling
and shipping free. .
Atter live years experience and• eontendlng 1-ith ^-
prineipeled two price &this, I ant determined to 1 , 11
one price to all, pre worth for your par, and do Ju , ti,m
to all who tr.de with me.
fltng 'eg, Lire :.".te.k, CI
Oil, more - Pay, Prodneat taken ;:t4,,a!
1.1 r al. Penaember the flare, coszt cot
on State, Rrtr, l'a. W.
3fannket'r and Cotoam
WIIOLESALE & RETAIL
P. A. DEOIKEIi,
WHOLESALE .AND RETAIL GROCER,
Nort/s-Eat Comer o/ tic Park 4 FrescA Stroll. •
W”uld rrbpretfully cail the attention of the eoraliontty
to bin largo ;qua of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which he is devrogre toss:2 &tthe
VERY LOW WA` POVIII3LII PRICES:
Ilia ssisortrcent of ' t.
Ic not sorp.aed to the tity, as he a prepared to prove to
all who wee him • &W.
He also keeps eonstantly on hand a impeder lot 04
for the aholesale trade, to which he direct' th.itteetion
of the publte
' Mu motto is, "Quick &alas, Small Prodta and a rail
Equivalent for the Morley." aprli!&;tl'.
BUFFALO & ERIE R. R.
QiisataiillNElPM64, l 4lls
IN and alter onday, April 2Ut4,
Psuisemger Wilt run on Mb; Road , follow':
el 0) AMall and Accost., storpteg at Burnt,' Creak
Nora' List Stara Li no, ktu Lary, W coil! el LI, Poilland„
Brixton, Dunkirk, Silveterva., Irving and Angola,
"driving at Buffalo, at 0 U.A. 11.
00 P. IL, Day dayress, stopping at North Ent. l irPsi
field, Dunkirk, Purer Creek, and Angola, and
arriving at Buffalo at E. 10 F. 11.-
7 13 1%.11.. C'scisraati Jayrest, stopping at Wagged,
Dunkirk and dam Creek, and arrives ut Baguio
' at 10 /0 f%
I CO A AI., Med egress, storping &t Wesitiel. l
Dan.lark and Creek, antres I Haltalpst
4 ta A.lll. ,
The, Day Express connects at Dunkirk and Buffalo. &
the Night Express at Buffalo only,.. s
for New York, Phliadat phis, Boston. Le.
LEAVING BUFFALO. '
4 20 A. M., MEM 4r ileest., stopping at dam_ burgh, Nadi
Elrana. Angola, Iroing,Bllver teak, D un kirk, Brae,.
too, Portland, Wasubild, Quincy, Stabs LOA, North
East and t arbor Creek, arriving at trio at S 1/
6 30 A. M., 7114ds foss, stoppLog at Sliver Creak,
Dankist, Weetilani sod North /44 arrives at - Arta
at 10 0.5 A. B.
9 35 A. IL, Day Express, rtoppitit at Angola, Milrer
Creek, Dunkirk, Weetlela aralliOrth irnstorriring
at Brie at 1 V, P. M. •
10 10 P M, Might Copeas. stopping at Wm Croa k,
Dunkirk and Westfield, arriving at Vim at 3 20
Railroad tiros is ten adnntes tutor than Vie Nis,. •
April 2.5, 1643 It. N. 111101111,;.Supt.
Cleveland an Erie 'Railroad
ON and after Monday, April 20112, 1863,
and until Luther swims, r sattengsi Tr.t.uit w 11 nil
es follows, vie:
945 P. L Night Ezprete Teals stops al Yalneevi
Ashtabsdaaad Girard, oat,, and arrives at Erie at
103 P y.
4tor.u., Lail and Aceamoodatice Train, 'Moat atl
smiles*, arid arrives at Erie at 26 P. M. -
400 P. 111 Clheintiati Exprtes, stops at Painesville,
Ashttiesta and Girard, urines at Extent 7 (14 P. u.-
10 oo 4'. 11.. Day Express, stops at Willoughby, Paines
ville. Geneva, Asbtabiala, Coaltettnt end Girard, ar
spree at Erie at 1 a P.M.
1 15 A. Y. Night ExpreseTrain stops 13 Girard. AA,
„beta and Painesville oath, and sr:Oust Clowned
446. A. le
6 60 A if., Gail and Accommodation Train. stoppdatst,
all the *tattoos and assists at Cleveland at 9 54
A. X. \
0 64 A. 11., Toledo Es preee, stopping at CU stations ii
apt haratortlle, taaytcook. Üblouville. Perry, Yea.
for and d' assivesat Cleveland 1 do P. U.
1 23 Day t:zprees. stop at G Vast!. Conceant. Ashtabula ,
and Painesville. arrives at Cleveland atri. 64 P-A
11 the through train, goiag Wratieurd i maim('
Oleveland with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Cohunbus,Cin
soanad.lndianapolbs, ta. to.
111 the througn trains going Eastward,conneel at Due
kirk with the trains of tee ?A. Y A Erie Railroad: mid at -
Halide with the K. Y. Central and illutfato and N. Y. City
Railroads, for New York, Albany. Boston, Niagata
&c., Rs. B. NOTTINGRA Bawl. ateadest. ,
Cleveland. April 20, Mrs
olio', to be fed
400 r 'Oath of
tam 7 et
'ialift"Hoiv Lod I lbw Restored 1
Jut Pub Hatted. is a Sewed Envelope. Mee 0 Guts,
re 'LECTURE on the Nature. Treatment and Radical
'IN Core of Sperrestorrboes 'or Semlnat Streetcars',
.pat baf4itty.. ervouseen sa dinvoinfthary gullesi• rte.
indexing ru3potonty„ Consumption and !lentil and ray.
e ke Debility, by
it.olPr ClLVlffleWitf.L, K. D.
The nnportant liict that the awful criaegueuas of
'Self Abut, may be effectually ramered without istertPt
medicines or the dauxer7es applirattno of mune* l&
atracorptaon dirated tccali,c, and ether erairtmeal de.
eleerv4a here clearly demonstrate...and 'he eettrely new.
anilphighlv ancensfu . treatment tatepteel by the eelt
brated author, folly explained, by which am; one fir
eeab'ed to earn htsell'llf Perfraldr, *Ad at the Itmat.pred-
We cost, thereby avoiding all the advanced boatranaa_of
the day. Thia lecture will prom, a boon to Unman&
sent ander ss. in a plain enrolees., to arm address; of:
the receipt 05 leX costa, or tom jeretaige mama . EA.:,
drentior. _ Da. CH ad.. 1.13,
feble63-17 14 Bowery, Nem Tyra,
t`oet Otiose flax, 4544.
ERIE BONNET. STORE: : '
(Lora Model 'Nava st ore "—' -
_E._ H. . s- M T-H
WHOLESALE- AND - RETtlitlifdita9SAN
cr Mattson sappliwl with Oools st Now York Priam
Portioskr ott•htiva pal to Ithoctstag sad Droaslag
*non. Matt 11.0# 5k41411601 at aryiet.
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NOW OPEN' Al
IF T(b WANT TO fixrb
~(;L•'\TS Fun THE 0111.4111tVER.
The rollowlng gentJetnen hare hewn arrested as our
A gnan In the places whet', they reside. EetwooldenirMlE
to tend anbes!dptiont or Job Work, or to remit money to
ms. can do•it through their hand,
J. Sullivan. / _
Capt. A. Pomeroy,
W. C. white, t . '
Jos. Waldron. t '''' •
M. Saioy Edinboro.
V. Sabana a: tiro., - - Mill Crest.
S 1., Potter .... '. Wealeyeills.
Cant. P. Willard t ilatbor Creek
.I.IL Pino,-........ ... • .t. . 6reonClidd.
J. Smith...-. .._East Grimm.
I.3roan Roblown, ( •
a. l, Rouvo.
John boot am.. ............ -.- --Epithelia XMU
Rape Potter ' •- .. -.- ...- wart tiptingtied
Hatib B *man, Platy&
Jao.b U Coffaut;
E. W. Derrien, Klngevilkkbato.
tics. D. W. Hutchinson Gime.
Amos Stone, t. Fairview. '
Nelson Saw iv,..... .. r.. . ..... —....Cherry Bill.
P. G. etranahtn, . i
/an. D: Phlllimi, 5 --- - Union
F. R, Berm wee, Catmints.
J. L. Murphy; • Warren.
N. Judi:son,. ...... Balsa&
J. G. litirliiigloun, -S R =tbarg.
Dr. A. H Eby,.... ..,
Jas. Cro eel!, Lovell'.
T. D Cholla, McKean.
rapt. G. J. Whitney, Yeaarrrille.
Amos Heath. / Cori).-
WC. Batley, 5
J. V, Royer, ~,.1...e Bant.
D. D. Donaldson,. -
U ric( Croak.
H. W. Howard,
J. C' etmplo,; li=iy
Robert Jackeon. .......... ...... ...._Lavager, <
Warren Co., Pa,
Slr.ll/(4 GOV•ti ISIVEtC4 lIIA3IIiOND,
By orochn g Calomel And destructive minerals from
ti , e luppla tab'e.• has conferred' a blowing on one nick
soldier. Lei him not Mop linre. Let him order the
discontinuance or" Bleed,tl; • and the use of BRAND•
REM' S PILLS In the place *erect. — Then will coal.
mecce a "new ore In the prittice of Medicine, which
!could linen teconse emphaticalli
THE 111:A LING ART.
could t.t. ,nr;..l by mercury or tartar eauitLe- That the
butnta body roWd only lg. •made or bole" by - "atiretabl•
.I . oo4"—Antatal fond being, In kat, enadaasaa vtatetahhti.
illtAl 4 lllll,ESH'3 PILLS nbould be in every Military Hoe
pita!: Tbese Pills cure BILIOUS DI/MIMOSA, ORRON•
IC 1)1AR/1E10F:it, CHF!ONITDYSENTICRY, mitt 4
. 01 Yi
•era and Affections of the Bowels, sooner and more purr
I y than any medicine in the world. BlitAlsrlitAlTl'S
in these ra i ser ah onld bs taken night and mongol".
Tie d Dirtctionenid pt dew style
CASK Or ROSOOIR Y. WATSON.
Dr. B. Ilrfuwl,n4J4 tint rack :
Stu :-1 its a private in'eo l'ith Itastatirat; Itkw
York Vols. *the at tlarrtsou'e Luang and •01.11 t•
ktappaasattoek weir Falaratith, I =damn, at go tow
luny were Fitt with billow dtarcheca. The Aria; Sur
Rena did rot ears us, and t was reduced to skid andboae.
Amon; the Col:mostly were quite a smut*, et aserabeas
who had worked layout Lsberstaryal Shtittlex.. Thin
were pot sick, beessamethey used araudreth'e PHIS Thaw
men Perlatied ups me and others is use the MU. and
CO were all cured to from two to Bev days. - Altft this
oar boys used Srandreth'e hue Or tb•-•typhas fere;
col th ds. rturtitustkai, and in , no rasa did they tai to ratan
Out of gratitude to yr u to; my good health./ send yen
tbielettsr, stile' if deco:wary Otis entire Company would
iigu. I 1111. rispestfully, yours,
Host OE E voATSONTSIog_Sinfi, N. 3 - •
Priuripsl (16180,1g4 011111L1 Street, New York,
I sola by Dr L. brso.lo,
Ol Ma, sod by all respestebts
lare lit triei..e. jyls-11‘.
LT 0 "OA KalfilAIKON.
delightful article for pretends, sled
b.outiii log the his bur is again put nis tql4te ottliglo
nal prop:lo4r, and is no e with the tame ears, skill
and attention, which orst c led Its Immense 14 no. ,
precede utt.tl ute+t eve. one mi en !Wittig' antimony i'lC
is stili sold at 25 oeuta In large hot Two bot
tle* cin .aeily be Sold in EL, year when gait Inters
titaC the ILI' sthairdn ie not only the most • ittrut hair
dressing lu the World, but that It cleanses t • • imalp of
ecurl anti dandruff, gives the hair a litntly,rlch,l • t
growth ,vro.l ?reify's:, ferrets tansies gray. Theis
corusideratiorus Worth knowing,_ The licthatroit has been
totted for over t i 4v.lv years, stadia warrantid ideeert
totd.„s ny ;who' eat ries a beautiful head of hair erill
use the gatiodion. It is finely perfumed, cheap and val.
liable Ms said by all reseectable dealers throughout
Lb* , SARNO CO. -
Jall 4 rne• New INA*
- ; INIMITABLE HAIR MEISTOZATIV
IT IS /Nor 41)U, bat restores pay hair to Ma oriel
tat color, by supplying the csphlary tubes with natural
sustenance, :impaired by age or dimwit. All inetsneods
dye,' ere composed of Lana? Conklin, deatroylog the el.
tality and beauty of the hsiroutd afford of thetiuselm
no dress+ og. lieimatreet's Inimitable Coloring not only.
restores hair to its natural color t by an easy process, but
gives the hair a LUXURIANT IlEAUTT.Priabotes its
growth, prevents its (siting off, eisdiesbort daodrun sad
Imparts health and pleasantness to the bead. It bu
sere&t.b... test of Mum, bolo: the original Hair Coloring.
and St ancantly inemodeg in favor. Coed by both
otletzeo 'end ladle?. It if sold by all respectable deal.
els; Or can Go procure] by them of the coromereiel
art. eta, I).:. Llama At Co., 0:11 Broadway, N. T. Two
dose. 50 ants sod id. Jastlegato
liilmTAMOßGret 11AI It DV /It
THE ONLY DYE
YOE ()ELY DYE
THE ONLY DYE
THE ONLY DIN
THE 6,,tuir DYE . • • IS
AND THE ONLY DYR
For all who desire to hove the color of theltheir choked
wittratety, certainty end- tepidity,- -to-- ea, shade thlty
-4" 511 d l%riggturad by J. CRIS? ADORO, tie. 6 Aster House:
New York. 4Sold everywhere, and applied by an
°remote.' Price, SI, 51,50. end St per eoe, scrordlog to
Cr - tadoro's
:Is invite:Oda with his Die. as It Imparts time %twit soft'
Dean, the most beetttthal sloes, and swat ettartty to the
Moo do coots, $1 mot $.l pot 1,01310, secooillas to else.
WIME 1N Tine.'
Du lot bile with rear Heath, CossMilton and
Dion u sat:Wog with any Mows for 'Mei
061.115044 V EXTRACT agcau
Tay-T!! Tay IT I 4aT
i It will Cara yo u , sate long Saattic allaying Pain
and Initaromation an t will resterse you to
1 IiELLTH ASO POLITY, '
At Little Zionfor, - -
.., . - :And No Itzpossitm
Cat out 'he advertivement la another eolnsaa. and
- valor lend far If
estv l utx of 0914;NTEILIZIT$
Ask for golcobnlire. " - TIM no other
• CURSI iiktrAlßA STUD.
alai] -:To. .
The sdeartiset taming too toottood to-lo.altb la
o imago,. rem ON*risS e ilairbuisisabrod
pewe wears with were hog_ tbs, sod that 'drool
Memo. Codiatopttink4.ta =Mint topoilotlantwatoAto
tellww-euffereis the mecca pt. cure
To in Oho devil* it, he Will send , mily wirthapror
Ild i P t iba :used One of *brig*). with thedtheite
prepluing and wins the same, which they rill Safi a
eras Coma for Co BlNSOlanabbl
The only object of advertiser in sendlair the Piamarlar
Lyon is to benefit the- Misted, sad aped lablaiatMU
which no eancotwea Co be laralciablw, said beim rem
sufferer will try his remedy, as It will coat Wit mothlat.
mail nay more a bleutog.: -
Rar. EDWARD A
sull Za ----gicptnulitroh.
DTOBIA.' ITENRTICAN • -*
• Mod ammo...WWI a peatly sad latslastinst.
sand l alew not - 'rook 1 But now. shoal Ufa s 9 more.'
Sul wse tbs conservation or two restieurectitei dews -
tows to the gam triad bi aged; 1•.. sw
u smass.t. whoa
Cr TObiale Liniment • 0111111114 cure, TAM
Now.liothanerwil appall In yea -It Isere for
thelpaitrzesin and.probt we make, pat for the lake or
you, lasnt child that bolt lino pla lags at yoer hot.--
Groupie a ea moue disesee ; hut use Dr. TOW. wee..
the Liniment in time. sod it is *robbed of Its
alwola keep It la lb* boss.; you Ina nelifisnet.tt 1 1 ,
ul~kr, or to-m o rrow, oo ribs—bat - '.rood with
itrtelfmmeut you are prepared, womearbee It Will.
Price Intly Vs:crote a bottle. QM *Oa C . ortiand WINN
New yore, ti - 04 uy sit Droglists. • fugy4o.
lISAPAMIS PLUM K" VURATIYIt BALSAM
l!m , !log tested the both that than arldrit
sai4eipleele Meiteine Is tere l,4 lol OD Pri..44100 ewth
ed -00 oalinfold azatoo , of MAO l The Owe of Coldula
keept , :s• open th'seereo,ead eleAtitif
AnSindi.n.nd tki► ie elissodby the tue of thig flootodef.
Ito tetne die; quelltiro bud oattopowerte saidet4ll4
iiealthe and TixoriellillattPUlVOLl diddled 13149110.. the
ape It 'alveoli the musette mod argots the akin WOK.
r e ", ft, datte, of inprilattagth• heat of Um' wino. MK
in netaly tbrowincinilbe nagnionbiotaine from tho
foe of body. 'lt l‘notn 'idlest liinidnit; bet
en; sand a ineallant and 1 11841 ••• 4 . °1611
Obi et 1 and Zi ands per bettli. • jo
" ' "
EDAM* tlif.oll6l6lllrWie .
th au _
Dycjug your pertalasloa 1 wish}
to.tho reader of your papdaktiodil wall-ood Ity Mum
Wait to aliyihn wigi4t,ffivka.lijoulas,. fad dim-
Ihnt for =Mar and wag * idsopkt tabie Halal.
Mot fly onainew,illiikdelos*
j top ri!te st of Use e
tho sidle IrdWeluttcwoootilii64l4olll l iL.M . A.:
r l t i rAp il larroilt d ateg
.4ta. %m a t. start a ralikkAMPWOOtaitler
Mbhdrent or* llo,itschp. la len thin au nays. rap.
.piteatione answered by ream wail without chary.
111111'"etf lan: max,
ERII, PA., SATURDAY MORNEqi . , SEPTE BER 2s , 1863.
TAlls Mtn will to. tbs ker.notp of the nott
thieliettent ...treptibifean Pan,.
to Jttmn C COIACII •
MA.,tyros pe w ee—and only three
Bare reei• hemiauggested—
Bitilohn /414311111 . • way—tbe bloody w
Is all that i have tested. j
Yrom Caleito Brown It Wit.]
The 'trouser hand that lriell
Though Obits; and followerejof Christ. .
for ages there decried It.
Another mode if "COutprota4e:'
e-Pere Gospel fustian this le—
. *hieh Jain Brown's Frith, When it
Give" curses, soon and Liars'
The Other Way loon:old tray—
• Divide in twain the natiouj-
Bat soirees.* sworn to keep: the South
To as for oonfacatton. j
' I • • j.
Let toe assure von that no word
For "ratios" has reached rob ever. •
• (*ad good precautions I have Wen
. That it shah reach me never! •
No rebel cbeseieeger shall ernes •
Oar Mee, to speak of peace. els,
• Oath ha:arable assurance sure. •
That slavery shall cease, sly )
; 1. •
You 49 itit like, It game,
DM of trasedpatiori •
dad thipkra better mill It bitch.
lit wepaid save the natloni
Its 11'144 pit. orelsetis '
Freat;whlslt 'Us very plain,
, I eaaldn't If Iso deatetd.
Now.ealltt back again, ell .
Carl dbuja, McNeil sad bold
- Say :the hardest blow, Sir.
Ns • Ulna hos reeelred as yei, -
ad don't you tblak they know, slr
lint, • • or had, or right or wrong,
Or sin :or ease the ti shun,
I'll put ttjth ugh, for lam their
Te Jehtt Bre 's aspirsterm
dome ony i they do no the tt1191;b:
• To tie** the darkeys f
• What 4rinked and disloyal a
Sucti men as these must fie, 14 -
. Alt loyal Atiin a chorus Fin ,r
• Of gioro the nigger—
Tor him (bey charge the bayonet,
And l aiill for Lima the trigger.
But %sidle the ilat•feot we extol,
The 'web-feat must be thought of,
Who rata the greenbacks, which 'tie known
Tiaarketal power Is wrought of,
fio nii , sll (including Seward)
Tmdcator to keep sober,
• And pray John Brown that we may base
The viktory In October.
• ! tWrtten fin. the OD panes.
WAYNE 3i'VEIGH'S UREA' SHOW
..Ernorn to be poisnaltss.
For a Wier brown.
.. -For • porllW, black.
—That dir detection
IforsCatiostilmi Kers Ratertalennent. More Foe, than
toy ertnatore Introdated to the public.
iRAII6 COMBINATION OPTALENT, WIT /a HUMOR S
The Manager hes the honor to minimum t 6 the people
of themsylesale4 that he will ei.it AU the principal. towns
to the State,Anting the months of Feptambite end antic
Odeherally, wtthlile rand tollestion of anlinals end
minceitles, seabteeing some of the most extraordinary
writ IWO to Anilitim. Atcuingst the nut namherof at
traction mill MO
TITS ITOSr T . 11110801113 IT AN TN TTEITERN PENH
ne mpg, :Jos of Profsbanas is IliegAtxy Coady
six Swot , Orr. Canoe
Toptiteriwitl otMi &Melo toe ootoorona to am:titan.
. • eisereleis ads occasion ♦i4 be enlivened ny • time
Dos tbe Goeernor on his ••harp of s thous" od
stringer entitled - .the Soldier's Friend."
A Tit,A4llC ACT BY :Tilt' GOVERNOR,
P. 111.-.ilha imulleve• are positively prohibited from
Paratioalug iygy of the Pittsburg pipers to the Go vet n!
graileopqaa it eilteb his "health."
"Fairoby" in hV eel/tinted Comte Aet, of '
- tO 01J GIAS DEMOCR AT"
Dotal which be vitt execute a net variety af l eautor.
ttolia ebeetet bey $ zees elms be converted inn an le
fluids Mewl of the rebel leeeders to a tint-clan *supper•
tee of the Goletnmeut..
elettattemo, prtniseee and limitless .1 the Oreat
is tile*" llama" ea maims will be Oiled frith weeder..
surprise sad adealielloo.
A l lNAi s a Mess]; aDd boot of la' prof/mina NM»
•.eatg f riba mill perform redo= Isephable MUM, Moii
M cifigtrailt mug.
il3watsq4Cluimin tit *pun the preeded Ipy a
Tirfertiwr pads alts we posters and suu4ibtlis.
—Tat Vivra to mt. CIITTINDEN Common
neto..The following was the vote on the
I,44tendlits Compromise. the passage which
motild have saved the Union?without war.
Democrats shotild 'keep it to confront Re
ptthlitemit grith: - The vote-was taken in
-the llotte -of Representatives, Feb.
•• - Itep.-Dem. Amor. Total..
-Fitt:e.Corap'se,. GI " • stl
"pit 110 •2' 11.1
it* DEttreh 3: !SCA-. •
--; ••• - Rap. Dew. Awittl'. Total.
.1(Or the (jlonap'sk; 1 7 •.•., 1.2 ; 1 9
.410timst• do., - ' .111
• I. ;cit.
} "~ ,
• . 1 ; r rpvin }hot Loy. GeV.; IA
Tell the frioula
I'd Ili, to !fleet-and aid them—
'ooaretilrig foe my *.eloslt and
I find 1 bee mislaid them
Soma odes irenirar at my !Or..
..nrd clothes" me? hit:‘s twin asking.
And caused tity wino to give &war
Yr' only means of inneting. •
t tumid not tare, though on the rents
The Corearbemb &bald hoot me
But joule wbite patriot I (ear
• Wight Nelsen gun and NW me
l'o bete I etni—and send these linLe,
For I biller. it better,
If any thing ninst eome back "dead,''
That it shictild be the hater
lly gratitude 'I nand to ev
*by Democrat apostate—
lllhe had the patriot's Writ our,
Bat joked our ranks and lost It-..
They Hand tip for the "Nation's 'pl.. -
.4 ;Fill Oil "she goes wade',"
(Wen, meanwhile, they rhea.% to me
A betterlield for plunder )
The arteltivt Poloertteads want "Peace,"
And my that I won't hiss It:
They quote the Sermon on the Yount.
Though ?Phu Drown serer gave it '
"Heir to Hid Aspirations," I
Have snot:cite keep and heed them,
Be bade teti not to lots my foes,
thatto burs and bleed them.
Bess at the blood sod ruin round
And this brill trove mato you,
That John brown's soul is mtrzhini uu
Glory a !halleluiah
Olory. to Brown, whose heir 1 MO,
List Loyalir a ail prates him !
And high o'er Christ and all the Saints
We cannot fill lonise
A, ,L , tVE GOVERNOR!
:W441 %%own u "Shoddy A zly."
The Pteehleet's Dog—' s ~►W~i
(Prom the Gettysburg: tar & Hairier, Reg., !lay il, •61.3
."Pennsylvania has long been called the
Revston,e State, and she has deserved the
name. Any one not blinded by pr , judice
must have accorded this to heti, in the late
unhappy scenes through whi ouricoun
try has been called to go. Thfil resolutions
of our 11,epresentistives. pledg
ng the sup
port . and credit of, the State the iFede
ral Government, together wit , the simul
taneous uprising of the peopljs to fprnish
an army to assert its Commands, di more
to reestablish confidence trill the Uuiop,
and the inherent stability of `Our political
system, than the action of any State or '
people. Pennsylvania .has earned 'anew
the right to her proud title. Whilst all'
this is so, and more,--whilst ?cities coon
ties, boroughs, volunteer rganizations
and private individuals have t
credit. and contributed naosul liberally to
f t iVniah our brave volunteers with a com
plete equipment, and place theta in a po
sition.-ready to vindicate alitce, the State
and National Government, ,we are:pained
by the report of official neglCce and spec
ulation. , More than this, we have seen
our noblh comrades miserably Clothed,
and both badly and scantily: - provisioned,
by 'those paid, and; well paid, to see to•
these important cOnsiderationa. We held
our peace, when, recently.'we were cogni
zant of the fact that the Quairieralaiter of
our own company was tinder the necessity
Of providing himself with a pair cif scales
to' protect the company agitrist the rapad•
ity of an Officer, and when we tirrard the
: loud complaints of the "Birk 4e:A , " on
sicnountrOf outrageriudtreattaers Llblacause
in ,the one caw., we tboughidt thisi Villainy .
of a minor Officer, and' the: Otieeisary de-1
Ily. in the other, of an overtated Admin.
wrath:ma, All this, it seats, wasl but - the
heginniiig of gigantic fraud, 4s though the
nation and thi4 State had not! bison so dm
girati:qt by the perfidy of mina Adminis.:.
trations; that it hnrled then) frog power
morn Iran that cairse than any other....Ths
man, who makes the ?went efrott of ihe monk
.'ti irestree the liberties fcrujht for tradrichieveddy
'Mil Athlrs, an oie.aiiqn, t•r mb elh- &coldly& an d
. , r elltieli ltistreff; IS AN - .IINEM.r. WOOM I r
„_ . r
WOULD VE,CLIARI f)7111.41A.NG. We'
!Kkuiti,., is lAov.s . t. t;--Thpi . %vim iir
PC:biillet% .... atrove site Conatitatian'and:i c•!'v mob who is
: the guilt; tarf,y , ' lie who!
t b„ - 1 ,, ii ,- . - vitio ,,,i, 3 . -dui ii ii, t , s . thiA .; is _ xs i_detraucis:otir braversoldieta' lit 1 - riiit ilAtt
, n. i rai to.. WI)” do not 'knots!
Ito is juicier
alt ilithhger irith-sieeeßsieri.lS--sqlke-..peolei I
411 - „4 ,
~ . i : II niteltiO Nit . inn; but this we 1. 1 ;14
i t ti4
Mei 100 ' 4 of thy ",cuiteil,o3tekes,j,inai.lf°,,°V--13:t-L, N . V45417 . 07!.F 0 1 1 4CL".1. 3
be ezeeuted . I have her — dlZieretiliinsr* 4-$ ,, t # 14.-1 ..':;.a_ i i`c r ,„,... 4 - i t'o_ . ,.l'Wt e
. L it t/ate 7 figt J
pewee on the subject."—Piesidriit/Indri? 1 i ' s c pu th i jer itv f o 4 '4, - ;, ---- 7„ ze . P c z e to 'o f 0 " .4 . 6 " u? ,, 4 ,,,,,,,„ : 7. °••;.
iig&fm. , . . . 1 ,
TIiA.GOY, COMEDY, SONGS.' &C
Variedo suit the locality
Last tint not [out, The GOveraorl “Cours Fo u l;
JAMES WORRALL, ,
" `"i2.00.- of AN$Yl', A'AO UNT
THE DYING' COUNSEL ;DP .711 R.
The Louisirille Journal luta' an article
showing, ni we took aceasiou'our,Aek:7les tO
:how, how tittorly,Mr: Lincoln, in his' late
SyrnenF+Springfield letter, failed to ineri
the question of the war a% it uniyentallil
pre7.enti itFelf to the people. The Pres 4
dent, it will he remembered, declare+
that ho wis but up to the inevitablo
eps-litt. of fighting, anal, fighting
wilt\ ly ignoring the fact that the
ash h not-to stop fighting, but only to
fight). with it policy which will maize it
possible, for tne war to bring'fc.rth truiti4
of union affil\peaCe, instead of attarchl ,
and war withont end. 'fhe•Journa?
forcioiy in this connection. and it 4
marks :Ire: a perfect and correct expoiition
of Om 'doctrines advanced by the Albany
"The conservative way is frankly to of
fer peace on thd basis of the ConstitutiO,
and to fight simply until the Constitution
is =erect. This is ihe way which i the
conservativea of tae country aro tioW
vigorously urging Mr.• Lincoln 'to adopt
'by a proclamation of amnesty or by Aome
equivalent acts or at any. rate by some
act that involves the a-tsuratice of exernti
lio, from the 'extraordinary penalties a
confiscation and, emancipation on 'alit,
condition of a return to allegiance. The
conservatives of the country appeal to
the President to throw open the doors df
the C l o,nstitution to the people in rebef
lien, so that they may see that the' path
if their. return is clear and- free. The
conservatives invoke the President by
high .act of ,justice and of mag,tianirnity
to suppoit our triuMpliant firma by sti
mulating the konle in rebellion to re
volt against their wicked leaders and to
come hack to the old, allegiance.
short, the con s ervatives : urge the Pie Si.
dent to add conciliation to coercion with
nut subtracting from coercion. Such is
the conservative way of attaining pence;"
But. the more striking 'portion. of the
Jaime.: article. to whicti we wish: espe
cially to direct attention, is that in which'
the departed patriot, Crittenden,- speaks,
as if from the grave, in approval and con
firmation of the Democratic position. We
"Our purpose in this,relation now is to
adduce not any
. argume.nts of .our, oivn,
hut the authority of that peerless states
man , and patriot who has but just de
parted from the midst of us. crowned
with the love and veneration of Ina cotin
trymen. Mr. Crittenden, spent in this
city the greater part. of the fortnight pie
ceding his death, and every friend tvlao .
visited him during his stay here, and coo
versed with him at all on publio affairs,
can bear witness to his exceeding anxiety
that the President should at once second
'the recent victories of our armies by
proclaniation of amnesty or by some act
of like cif ct ; 'but it is not so generally
known. that, prompted by his absorbing
solicitude on the subject, he bad resolqed
to address a private letter to the Presi
dent, urimit him without delay to take
this step. Yet, such is the ftet,.as it is
well known to s number of the frienda of
Crittenden, including , the ~niter of
this article. in rcitionse to a very kind
rnetstigo from Mr. Crittenden. we called
upon him the evening before he leftifor
his home at Frankfort. when he intro
duced the subject of his resolution pri
vately to address the rresideut concern
ing a proclamation of anunesty, efolte of
the deep interest he felt in the adoption
of such a measure in this hour of our
military.triumpn, declared his lirm con
viction that more than all other agencies
beside it would sem. to bring the war` to
,peedy close, and at the same time pave
the •way to an early and permanent te
es ablishment of the government in the
hearts of the people '
avowed his gratifi
cation atAhe reported discussion of a Pro
clamation of .atnne,tv in the Cabinet, t end
'dwelt with a mournful emphasis on the
physical prostration which prevented him
Prom ely addreling the r're4i
den eoriceining the subject. He added,
Bosse . that lie was on tthe eve of ro.
N his home, with the resolution
to perform this task as soon as he should
et. n jute Such wet e the lead.
'mg ideas expressed b he iltustnv
patriot during the
lowing morning he
where a few Etats
fame, he Fank fit
'• The views r:,
stitute the dying
and lamented pai
trate of his country in this crisis of her;
'existence. We, in all respectfuines and
in all solemnity, commend thetcounsel to
that high officer. Death, in arresting, its
utterance, has but. consecrated and en
CIIRTIVS PICTURE,'AS DitAYrif BY
A POLITICAL PRIEM).
.._ ..... . ~.....
inc. t.tc.cratioi n all (pod eiliz •it- ' Ht. mar
take w)iel horn ui the dilemma he may
Olea-. 'l e poHittou ot affairs render.;
nflieint pc' Illation; tiotibly moniitrous.—
H a ve tic jilAt fled .Thin corruption 1.1 cer
ruptiou--Itom one Nile Adatiniatration to
another vier'? Many, voted for liar-Cur
fin to uv id corruption,. AND HAVE
THEY . LIN XEDTH EMS E LV ES TO RUT
TENNESS ? If the intereft4 ot OAR coun
try are i•ound up with the
. Extecess of Re
publiran:p -ineiplea. aii enunciated in the
Chicago; plfittorm, a ~ we believe they are,
it brwioniegithe party to purge its rankH 0,
THESE VLE MEN, and let tho . STIGMA
OF THEI VILLAINY:re.t . on them
alone, ant not on the' Harty.,AWAY
WITH TRAITORS AND ME WHO
SPECUL •ITE On PATRIOTISM.' .
WHO THE REBELS REGARII AS
' HEIR FRIENDS.-
When •e,find men like . Wendell Phil:
lips—who thanks God th4t he , spent 20
years in'D boring to break up the Unioo
—foremes, in sustaining the Administra
tion, We' need not be at n IosSAI wider
stand why he gives it his support. Sen
ator-Douglas gave the true explanatiolf
of the eagerness of the Abolitionists for'
war where he wrote' that they were in
favor of disunion and ' thought -a war
would eill'et. it. It i.‘ easy, therefore. to
see why the .p.iChmond papers *have pre
tended t be so anxious for the aucce-s
of the De °crude party in the next. eled
tion. Thy wish it to-. be defeated. and
seek to diieredit it, by nrofessions'of friend
ship. TMobile Advertiser. edited by
John Fo 1
th, is above such duplicity,
and it sp kit the real sentiments of the
secession' te of the South when it - thanked
G r ocl that 1 ethoi authoritiesat Witatiirigton
snubbed Vice-President Stephens," giv
ing the fo lowing very good reasons for so
There!is only one piety in the North
who want. this Union restareclAttt they
have no Mere power—legiilaftve or judi
cial—than the paper wewrite on. It is
true they make a. short of union and
strength, but they have no voice of autho
rity.. We know that the Vailandighani
school WOWS .010 Union restored ; for he
told us so whim he was here in exile, par
enemy to our struggle fo such hospitality us we extended.
to a realr pa- 1
ratioe. banished to our soil by a other
enemy, yillits is practically mote our riend
than , he. And, if Vatlanclighain should,
by accident or other cause, become Gov
of .3hio,'we hope Lincoln will keep
his nerfds to the proper tension, and not '
allow hi 1, to enter the confines of the
s administration would do mote
.to ream the old Union _than any other
power i Ohio could do, and therefore we
pray tha ho may be defeated. Should a I
strong .t 7 uion party spring .up hi Ohio,
the thin State in the North in political
iinportsa ce, it might find a faint response
in some outliern States and give us trou
Bu as long as the Republicans hold
power they wilt think of conquest and
clorainioa only, and we,, on tue other
hand, will come up in solid column for
freeakttuand independence, which we
,vill uo ertain to achieve with such -as- '
sistanceta we may now (after the refusal
of , the Washingtou Cauinet ' to confer)
confidently expect, betore the/ Democrats
of the 'or . h once got in power again,
and Voila whispering in our ears 'Union,
reconstruenton, constitution, concession
and gu. rantee , .' Away with all such
stud; \ e want separation. Give us men
like Thiddens Stevens and Charles Sum
ner. T lEV CURSE TIIE OLD UNION AND DE.
sPISE IT, .II) so DO we. And we now pro.
mise th.e.c. gentlemen that, as they hate
the Union and the 'accursed Constitution,'
let the keen down Vallandigham and
his par 4y in the North; then they shall
never b troubled by us with such whin
ing_abo> t the Constitution and .the Union
as they tre sending up.'" -
THEREARE SOME A,II3IALS THAT
LIVE BEST IN TUE FIRE.••
Tili. .4 a fitting time to re-publish Daniel
Webster's letter to John Taylor,.the sup
erinten lent of his plat.° in New Wimp
shire : f
I am li.lad that you, have chosen Mr. Pike
representative. lie is a true min ; but
there tire in New Hampshire many per
sons Who call themselves 'Whigs 'Who aro
no Whigs at all, and:no better than dis
unioni,lts. Any man • who hesitates in•
grant* and securing to every part of
the co.xntry ite just and constitutional
righta,'is an euetoy of the wholercountry.
John, Taylor lif one of your boys should
say butionors his father and mother, and
es is brothers and sisters, but still in
sist: ttiat one of them shall be driven out
of •-th . Madly,. what can you say of him
but qs, hat there is ne real family love
in him? l ire:m and I.are farmers; We never
talk politica—our talk is oxen, but remem-•
'ber this: That any man who
, attempts to
excit one part of t) countr against en
other is just as wick as he Weald be who
skin! attempt to get.ep a quarrel be
tween John • Taylor and la neighbor, old
Mr. J 31112 Sanborn, orhis of r neighbor,
Captain Ehrleig,h. There are 'tome ani
mals that live best in the fire; a there
are some men who delight in heat, s oke,
combination, and even general confiai. a
,i They do not follow the things tha
makel for peace. They enjoy only contro
versy c contention and strife. - Have no
communion with such persons, either as
-neighbors or politicians.
Yon have no, more right to say that slit
wiry fought not to exist in . Virginia. than
aVi ginian bat to sty that slavery ought
to. e ist in New Hampshire. Willi is a
quee en left to every Stile to decide for
half' andif we mean to-keep the States
togethei,. ive must leave to every. State
this bower of deciding for itself. t think I
never wrote you a word before on politics.
'I shill never do it again. I only say love
your -country, and your whole country;
and when men attempt to persuade you
to g t into a quarrel with the laws'of oth
er tates; tell them "that 'you mean to
min your own business," and advise them
to ind theirs. John Taylor, you are a
free` leant, you possess good, principles; you
havis 0 large family to rear and provide
for ;by your labor. Be thankful to the
government which does not oppress you,
which does not, bear you down by excess-.
five! taxation, but which holds out, to you
aunt yours the hope Of all the blessings
which liberty. industry 'aud security may
give. John Taylor, thank God morning
and evening. that you were born in such
0 kountry. John Taylor, never write me
amither word on politics. Give my kindest
're"embiancem to your wife awl children.
an wheel you look from your eastern
wit ddive upon , the graves - of my family,
etnber that he who is the autLor of
this letter must: soon hollow them to au.
oilier world. - .
Tut - hitolition party came into power;
in' 1860, under tuo cry -of luretreuchment
anti reform," ,Sincto the iinattguration of
bi-. Linattu the hawks and pluoderinge of
th t Abolitiouipta have becn act great, that.
many of their ttwu partishnit kayo. been
Coaipelled to cry out *•mintrue I"• Through
ini.nn.tuageracut and - criminality of
th it Vinkectliniers .at the heati . of Ums Gov
4rpmuuty 140 1 tazo% /Wilk been in ore:-Ded
aftutfit bolouti enciiiiance, Mid the pea
-1,14t can, oult•liaVe'thCtivielvt4 from utter
14ii dieeping- till criiicremile from
wer at the ballot-box.
• ; •.;
The Richmond Enquirer advocates a
new mode of-I retaliation. It is to fill
Charleston with Union . prisoners, and
then let tier. (4,illmoro bombard the city.
KEEP• iT BiFeat TILE PEOPLE.—That I
Judge Agnew, 'the present nominee,of Ab
olition party. of this State, for Supremo
Judge, voted in the Constitutional Reforin
Convention to give negroes the right 'to
• Ontarr.—A negro who was drafted in
Huntingdon says he vgould • freely go to--
the army if tliis war ivaa for 00 Union,
but as it is for ;freeing the nigger!, he is •
opposed to' That darkey must be - a .
Tun Rebels and the Radicals detest the
Union a. it , wits, and say it shall not be
restored. The Conservatives love the
onion SLY it was:aett gay it shall he rester, ,
ed. What party. then, is the true Union -
party, aths the LQuartile Journal.
—Gpv. Curtin was one of the HiCk. I
PRIESTS of the liNow-Normse party.
Ile went into power upon the cry of "Dom( \
with FOREIWN.:EPS! ' and tried his best
to strip them ol,those political rights which '
'Woodward and the democratic party
have always battled to, maintain for them. -
Is it , Welshington corrci
pondent of thil New York Commercial Ad
valuer s tys .that the political sentiment;
of ail the °Eileen in the• artily are being
investigated: and if any ono i 9 found not
in exact harmony with the Aritninigtra
tion, they are
. —A committee of Pennsylvanians wait
ed on the various secretaries the other
day to obtain permission for all the elerlta
frOm‘ that State, in the Washington de
partments, to go home and vote at the
`en'-uing election. The number is very
large, but the request was granted.
—A Portland (Ile.) paper tells an araw.-
ing story in which'it Republican politician
:Ind a minister figure as the heroes. By
mistake they exchanged Carpet bag 4, and
the one arrii - ed at a Republican mass
meeting with:a sermon, and the other at
a town where ho was to preach with a
political speech and a bottle of whiskey,
rEitIiONAL LIBERIT.—Festus hgtd a much
better liberty than President Lin
coln. Abut eighteen centuries ago: wheh
Porcius resins and King Agrippa were
examining the Apostle Paul, who had ap
pealed tram (' the provincial court to the
Ro an Einp,ror, the former said . "It
se meth to me unreasonable to send a
pr sonar, arid not withal ta'S signify the
cri es laid against him."
The Louisville Journal, representing
the 'sentiments of the Union party which
LitvL Just succeeded in Kentucky, ' thus
pugs the matter at issue :
" Let the ;Conservatives in the - North
put - out the 4bolition conflsgration'there,
and the conservatives i the S utla the
rebel confitation there. If t e work
can't bo don in this way, , may , •od rain
upon the two cOnfl +gracious, ,through
he.aven's unStopped windows, forty days
and forty nights."
Tar. Belfaist (1.1 e.) ,Republican Journal
has the foll Owing:
- ABOLITION ARO UNENT,i, .
' AddrOsed to the People in 1860. •
(A. Picturei of the Temple of Liberty,
with rtiy., radiating from it in. all direc
• dart in /863.
(A Picture Crl me iu hand-cuffs, chain
CositsreNcr.—Th radical papery call
the villainous atte pt to murder Hon.
Mr. Voorhees, by a mob of soldiers, an at
tack-on a "Copper ead," , and evidently
These are the men who were
charging G.yv. Seymour a few - (Iva ago
with being friendly" to a mob. We shall
have to bring out our record of mobs, and
radical editorials approving of them, be
fore long, ta show what thorough lovers
of mob law these pharisaical men are.
ATTACE 'UPON A NEWSPAP4R
few days since. some soldiers stationed at
Quincy, nv, entered the ollice of the Her
ald, and converted the type into pi. Gen.
Ammon; the of the depart
ment, arrived in town a few hours after
and ' ordered the soldiers under arrest, also
an assessment of the danange don, which
amount will be deduced from their pay.
' —The other day. at Bedford Springs.
there %Vila a foot race between half a doz- •
en negroci with their fret tied up in ba,,.45. -
&mon Cameron and, naddens Stevens acted as
judg.-s. These two Abolition worthies
were promptly pliiced for once in their
bre.-:, :What a blessing it would have been
if they had never occupied higher pOsitions
than arbitrators for a Markey race. '
—LET every man take part c .. tirtnly in
the riresent'contest. , It i, the greate4
that (wet= yet ha. 4 animntod the people. or.
PennsylVania. Heretofore, our' political
battles have been fought upon questiong
of Administration policy ; now the Cons
stitutioni itself is the stake. Let every Dem
ocrat remember this, and put forth all his ,
strength; to save - his country. •
Danvilletlcy) Trik , ene, one of the
organs of the party which 1133 lately car
ried thd Kentucky election. thus snul,s
the radicals of the North. It says
"We ,have been astonished at ,the gros,
misrepresentations put forth by Fome of
the radical Northern press in regard to
the relult of our recent election.
.•!We 'churn that the result _of the: elec
tion - held on the .first.' Monday in - August
wa3 a rebuke" not only to Secestadn,
but also to Abolition. It was.an unequi
vocal endorsettient of our position here
tofore assumed, that we are bitterly ep
posed to both extremes,- and that we will
work fOr' the downfall of both—one
through ( the agency of the sword, and the'
other by the ballot-box."
TRE EAGLE r Oft TIM G00:3E.--The
dent, in hii Springfield letter, raid, iu al
lusion to, our Iron-clads and gun-boats :
"Nor must Uncle S im's webbed feet be
e_otteri. At all the waters' rrvirgins thPv
been pre , ..ent, not only in the deep
broad bay and the rapid river, but
Ito narrow, muddy bayou, and
he ground was a little damp, /
- and made their tracks."
Peoria Mornin.? .3fail pet -
'lng • "
they have he
Upon this tl
;W4, here no eagle.. 2 i"...
Abe rapped our birela ay
We uo eagle any more,
BiLlibeeded, black or rap
Abe swapped away our glorious bird
-4.30t T.hested like dune
Thu Worts for the web -toot west—
The eagle for the go e•
The. utter. hopelessness of this , rebel
ciuse.neces arilv renders the people Of the
rebel States anxioas for a speedy peace ;
that they are eager for it is as well demon
strated. as that the rebellion exists. Among
other indicarions of a desire for 'the old
Union,. we find the following in a, private
letter front Lagrange, Tenn t
"The policy of the administraticiti seems
to be to crush out all love for the old Un
ion in the South, to dishearten those who
have' stood up for the Union here,
and to discourage in them all efforts to
brineabout a better state of things in
this region. Tennessee never went, out
of the Union by a fair vote of her own peo-
PIP, and she neve; has been out of the Un
ion in feeling—is not out at this day, oven
amidst; all the ruin and destruction seen
and felt on her borders. Were
thoritatively published-to-day to the; pea , ,
pie of Tennessee that their rights under
the old Constitution should b.i guaranteed
to them by a rettfrn,to the Union as it ,
was, Tennessee would be is the Union iltij
less than two tnoathi. It is in the power
of the alministration to know this fut.
May be it duos know, but does not wish
to heed it, in order to gratify the abolition
wing of the Rspublictm party."
Oar Crackers aatl Cake* of ill kiidi in cif
lota tor a lb-l air . ay a fresh.'
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av;w la thif.