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RIB. PA.. DECEMBER 19. 1863.
E EgiE WEEKLY OBSEIt'VER.
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Orraerri its POST
wri36llgo3.—Owa &mare of Tee lanes one Is.
rdo . Nate ; two lasertlow 11,00 ; three law
oa s g 5; O. month 11,60 ; two months $160;
alembijt,oo; al: et nabs PAO; owe pegs IP Opt
air ideartbiewale in proportion. !Wee rates
ill te Aridly gamed to, unless °banged by wowed
or at the option of the puSiLthers. An&
N e ueos. Strays, Divorces sod like giverMse
. . 1, pip ; ddloioistrateir's Notion $260; Lona
•,,o c et nn elates line; Its egg. Noticoevergarrv
rs w og pieta; Obituary Notices (ors three Imes
. attest) Ave seats pet hoe. °righted poetry. 11 ,..
' ,Miro at the request of the editor, one dalbw
1 ,.. - All wilted's' asuts be costinued at
ste ,„ a dem perl.ll adrert.idng, nut° ordered
, t br hie direction, QUIN. • specified period
1 opoolor Its Insertion. •
. RIPLION two Metz its tor swam Is ad
PRINTISd.—We base ass of the boat Jobbing
Ilme in the State, wad are ready to do soy wort Is
bit Sas that stay be entrusted to us, to squat style
&ay s eabllahment outalds of the tarps' slued.
ILA. sEars R. It are informed by
of the officers of the road, at this city,
by the close of the present year the track
be laid to Buena Vista,- Elk county, on
division, and to St. Mary's, Elk county,
.2 Eastern division, leaving a gap of only
24 miles to be completed. Oa this por
of the road a line of sleighs and stages is
to be placed by private enterese, mak.
he distance in three or four hours, when
gh tickets over the railroad to Philadel-
and from that city to ours, will be sold
, e agents at each end of the road. - We
of no period that has been positively flied
nailing the unfinished portion ofthe road,
the bed is said to be all graded, and
'tile remains to do, we see no cams!? why
.gh trains should not be ablisio run by
peeing of Lake navigation, at least. ' It
rongly to be hoped that the managers
spare no effort to have the road completed
e earliest possible period. The public
nee, no long tried, awaits this event with
r tniiety. We are &seared that the pres
manakers have done all to. push the work
to speedy completion that. could have been,
the fact cannot be concealed, that the peo
not in Erie alone, but everywhere along
line of the road, are getting weary with
tardy manner in which it seems to pro-
MOP CLAIM'S 81101021.—1 n common with
others of our citizens, we attended" the
?al Church on Sunday evening, to lis
t sermon by Right Rev. T. M. Clark,
of Rhode Island, who filled the pulpit;
congregation, in the absence of Rev.
ipalding; the regular rector. The Ai
wa not as large ak we expected, but
i• readily be accounted for in considers
the veq unpleasant weather. We can
I those o' our readers who were not pre
liat they missed one of the richest and
treats of the season The Bishop is
' the finest and most impressive orators
re ever heard, speaking in a calm, clear
tatinct manner that enlists the closest
ion of the audience from the commence
to the close of his sermons. We baits
many of the best pulpit speakers in le
7more , but none who left a agreeab e
!adieu of his abilities upon our•mind
the able Bishop, of Rhode Island. iM
ttter of his sermon, we need say little
lan that it fully corresponded with the
of its delivery. His subject was the
talky of the Soul, and he enforced bis
ins in a style of argument so simple
Inilleently strong, with illustrationsiso
pos, and in language se chaste and mild,
sloquent, that we doubt whether thete
a person in the audience who did not
the sermon was shorter than , it actually,
and regret when it closed. There was
one word in it calculated to excite per
or partisan anintosities; or which once
t, its author need ever desire to retrakt.
rho read this paragraph may think lire
to terms of too extravagant praise, hut
'those who tumid the sermon to which
tie will accuse -us of anything of the
We trust that this will not be Bishop '
,t visit to Erie.
IEIIIIIOX IN 1360.--We bate before ue a
of Daniel 8. Dickinson,
10 which he expresses sentiments that
period woald be considered decidedly
th." The following is an extract :
"He who suppoies these States caa
!or as- members of the Confederacy by
La they can be fought, defeated and
into equal and faithful members of the
.acy--ihoold go home to his domestic
and there breed jealousies between
I and the partner Or his bosom *
attempt to chastise Aer and snake her love
* * * All the paper laws we, har
strengthdoree and power of the Cosalita•
Al Alll7 AID 1/11,2, ?RE EATTOILILL
.LTUkI AID ?RI ILIICUTIVS PORIII 01
ionasmair, ARE ALL NOT WORTH
iGLE RUSH TO COMPEL A STATE
tEMAIN ONE HOUR IN THE CON
:RACY LONGER THAN IT CHOOSES
was just such language as the above,' on
part of truckling demagogues in the Dem
ic ranks, and expressions snob, as 4 4 the
is not worth preserving with slavery in
1 the Sowards, Wades and Chases of, Ithe
%can side, that gave the secession lead
mirage to attempt the destruction of f,he
in the vain hope that their efforts
not be resisted by the people of the
And singular to say, all these Vile
:et, who only three years ago were wit
lat. the Union should be broken up,
to be the most earnest friends
Unica now, !and have the impudence
:use every man who does .not think as
do, of being a traitor. ' Butler, Dickin•
Cochrane, and ) Dreckinridge, every one
asession sympathiser" in the early career
lbollioo, have since left the Democratic
for the party's good, but Seward, Chase,
tr , Wade and their class still remain
in the party they built up, and are all
'us to sustain a war for that Union
one* spit upoa, and said wu "not worth
ug together by bayonets."
lismaaso.—Engineers are now sw
ifts a route from Ashtabula to intersect
I the Pittsburg et. Erie at Jamesti r wa, Pa.
route has already been surveyed, running
tLh s portion of Kingsville „stall -optimism
our KellogsvilLe, nod Monroe Centre,
South parallel with the Centre road
it reaches Willianuilield , By comtag by
ray of Jefferson, !brat, Sta , and coming
liute North of West Andover, will ears
miles. A few days longer will disclose
us the 'most feasible route. It is evideat
t the Late Shore RAJ are determilarl to
old • branch into the CJ al fielil4 of Pena
isaat a La d thi s ec t uo to be the st rata*.
`vrtapencient .4,41a611a Telegraph.
Mill. A. J. Sierreur-et Alegi's. has
appoints,' eters Li the Camay Casuals
tint • The position. rs balm. , Pals * a nal
year, besides saadrisi.
ger Since the leer conuteased a great
many nobody's hays become somebody's.
or Those who Sght in the wee Would
And those who vote for the war should
Sir The acme speaks of a reliable Re
publican newspaper. The editor should send
it to Barnum straightway. The article is
scarce enough to be regarded as a curiosity.
lir For the benefit of all having Claims
against the State end National Goverasteste,
we would state that Capt. Dodge still in
this city. attending to calls of that sort.
stair The new Speaker and Clerk of the
National House of Representatives are both
printers. : Booleld, the Cosigressman
from this D et..the queue says, is also a
emir. Sidney Smith, who is well ,klown
here as one of the best comedians upon the
stage, has retired from the • Metropolitan
Theatre In Buffalo, and accepted a more lu
crative positioi in Albany.
soar We are informed that Rev. Mr. Black
burn has received a call from a congregation
in New Jersey, and will soon resign - the Pas
torship of the Park Church. We should re
gret to have him leave Erie.
sir After this date, obituary notices, more
than three lines in extent, will be charged
Ave cents per line, and " original poetry,"
unless written al the request of the editor,
will be charged at the rate of one dollar a
sty Capt. Robert Lytle, of the 27th lilt•
nois regiment, was severely Wounded in two
places, during the storming' of Missionary
Ridge. -He is a Win of Mr. Andrew Lytle,
living below Waterford, and a nephew of Mr.
James Lytle,_of this city.
air A . western editor thus describes in
verse the patience of a husband with' whom
he is acquainted :
"He never said " a
But with a look of deepest melancholy,
He sat, like Patience on an ottoman,
Waiting for Ms wife to put her bonnet on."
oar It is stated that Col. C. B. Curtis, of
Warren, formerly member of Congress, and
recently commander of rt regiment of Penna.
volunteers, has been recommended as Col.
Campbell's successor, in cue the latter should
accept the position of Lieut Colonel in the
soi. The Chief of }Ube, by direction of
City Councils, has ordered the closing of all
drinking and eating saloons hereafter, at half
put 10 o'clock in the evening. There ire
variotts opinions as to the right of the city
authoniies to enforce such an order, and the
matter is to be tested before the Courts.
lig. The DispateA says that Col. Campbell,
Provost Marshal of this district, has receieed
the appointment of Lieut. Colonel in the HA
lid Corps. Although I political opponent, we
have always found Col, Campbell courteous,
obliging and honorable, mad as such we are
pleased to learn of his promotion.
s ir The next issue of the Observer will be
printed on Thursdny afternoon, instead of
Friday forenoon, u nano/. Adveitlaements
must be handed in before Wednesday evening.
As our oily edition will be circulated on the
day. before Christmas, it will afford an un
equalled advertising medium for persons
having holiday goods to selL
MT We call especial attention to the ad
vertitement of Mr. John Cummins, offering
for sale a valuable Store Stand and residence
in Beaver - Dam.' We know that he offers a
chance for some person to make a good bar
and recommend those wishing to pur
chase this of property to give kis 'Aver.
tisement their attention.
seir We are mach gratified with the spirit
displayed towards us by our patrons, with re
1--spect to the increased price of subscription.
I Almost without exception, they express their
I readiness to pay the advantie in the cost of
the paper, and not a few have told us that if
two dollars does not furnish a fair rentnera-
Lion, they are willing to give more. !finch
warm-hearted - "proofs of confidence are very
• NM. Bishop Clark's lecture, on AlOnday
evening, was attended by a very fair,
considering the extremely disagreeable wea
ther, unexpectedly large audience. It was
marked by all the characteristics of his ser
mons, being fresh, compact, logical. and to a
rare degree entertaining. It was entirely of
• literary nature, and contained only one
political allusion, which we regard as having
been made more in a pinyfut spirit, than as a
term or calumny.
fig' We do not believe from the indications
that ;we now have, that any change will be
madd in the conscription act before the next
draft is - made. likeistor Wilson, of liaise
(Auntie, the author of the present bill, sad
Clialiman of the
,Military Committee of Ile.
Bente, we are told by the Trans, Is 'warmly
in favor of retaining the $BOO clause. Be
has ' l ntroduced an act I. offer larger bounties
for volunteers, and increase the pay ; of n•
co officers and printed.
iii' The Erie piblishers have agreed to
charge $2 in advanoe for ',heir papers after the
Ist of January next. The Fredonia papers have
been cut down four columns. These changes
an made in ednieganee of the high price of
paper and the general increase of expenses.
We have resisted a similar change for a year
or more, and would be glad to coating in the
old' way. Bat it is more sad .more manifest
that we too musk out _down, or go up in pries
sooner or later.— Warren Mail. '
_ The editor of the Penang& Spectator,
who is generally sound oa the goose sad tur
key' questions, makes the followleg deliberate
and troll-considered annouseenvit :- -
"We bars carefully sustained all tbe orders
from the *Moe of lb* Provost Marshal of As
United States, and- Staatou's vaallbstos for
the last six unanks, aad lad aotkiag is *Wier
to prima say sabusiber from furnishing SD
editor with a turkey for Christmas. ,Ife stair
this for eke benefit of printers at; large sad .
without say fowl taotivol."
WI. We direct to the atteatlaa of Our avi
ator and Representatlvet la the Legislature,
the various 'ekes. us that ars sow on foot for
diverting the coal trade of Weston Penny).
vials from her only Late port, whore 'lt prop
erty belong, to those of other States. ft they
allow them measures to oasosod,by say smoaat
of trickery or' bribiti at Harrisburg. or
aecoast of poraoad or pelitied jedsagise,
they are unlit for their positions, sad deems,
as they sortaialy will be held up to, public
sty to view of Boaster Lowry's bleu
inflame at Washisston, it is oxpeeted et hise
by. many of our citizens that ha will make
so *fort to km the large number of ratan
who have left ail city to eater the alb%
Properly credited apes env quota. flat Ileht,.
in oonuses. , with all the Lake sad isaboarl
sides is koaestly entitled to this credit, *sd
that it will be so act of game Wades Jo
withhold it, so pima, except a bastes Sit
Welles, mild doubt ter s assent. • Lie
the day is, it, may still be time Osseo to sae
toed is having this simple act of thirsts
sescoded to us, sad we call noon these who
have the Istioeses At Weildigton to make the
trial, promptly . , hosed*, sad eiteripsdosity.
We Writ Print — ittUtiktelhoklirki
the draft la ilisAlstriet will not take pleas
oa the Gth of January, as generally expected.
Some unavoidable dela.* has taken place in
preparing the list* of area, and the Provost
Marshal, on application 'to the proper take
rities,has. obtained an extension of time to
prepare the documents. Front what weal
learn, we doubt it the draft will Goons before
the let of February. and perhaps later. Our
alai in the meantime etteuld make diligent
efforts to AU up the quota with volunteers,
by holding meetings, offering bowies,. and
working harmoniously. Oo inquiry, we lad
that all reports purportiag to give the quotas
of the respective Lovas end townships are
not to be relied upon. the order fixing the
numbers required not having been received
sig. The County Commissloeers, on Wed
nesday evening, adopted the proposition to
offer a County bounty of $BOO for volunteers,
conditioned on the agreement by oar Senator
end Representatives to hire the sat legalised,
and a bill passed by the Legislature, author
izing a special tax for paying the County
bonds 'art. will haves to be issued. Several
recruits have already been obtained in thin
ally. effort will be made to Weirton ap
propriation by the City Councils sufficient to
increase the bounty to $B6O.
Mir We have hear) a project spoken of to
organize a course of lectures in addition to
the present one. the sperk4r4 to ha prominent
gentlemen of our awn city. ft is a good Idea,
and Should be sum:mishit. We have .at least
halt-a dozen persons in this city who coald
furnish is able addresSes, as any that
have been delivered by leaturire from abroad,
and for which from fifty to a hundred and fifty
dollars were paid. •
sei„, We direct notice especially to \ the re
marks on another page, upon the much talked
of subject of ' , Political Preaching." Irwity
reader of the Obstiver, Deliioarst or 71°01)-
lican, disagrees with us in our s slaws of they
question, we shall be glad to pre him a
chance to express the tact, and thireasons
therefor. through our columns.
gi§„. The following businessmen have holi
day advertisements in one oolumos, and we
recommend them to the patronage of our
readers : Wm. P. Hayes & Co., Dry Goods;
T. 7d. Austin, Jewelry ; W., H. (Benny,
fancy Crockery Ware ; Samuel Carter, Toilet
articles, Porte Pdonnales, &c.; Bener Sr, Bur
gess, Confectionery, Toye and Yankee No
Mg. Bishop Clsrk delivered two, lectures
in Buffalo this week, one on Tuesday cad , the
other on Thursday evening. The latter was
the tams delivered here .on " The Living
Machine; ; ' the other upon "The National Cri
sis." In the last mentioned production, the
Courier says the Bishop took an Abolition
view of affairs.
During the next year an eclipse of
the sun will take place. on the erten:mein of
May oth. An annular eclipse trill take place
on the 30th of October, Which will be invisi
ble in the greater part of the United States.
or Since Writing the paragraph in ano
ther place, relative to credits for enlistments
in the navy, we observe that Senator Grimes,
of lois., has offered a Bill in the Senate to
remedy the injustice complained of.
air Trade at our dook has closed entirely,
and most of the business men have moved to
their up-town offices. The number of le
remaining here over - winter is not as large as
BISHOP Sntries.—This eminent divine is
in Philadelphia, confined to his room from
the effects of the injury he received before
ooming to this oily.
s ir The U. S. Steseier Michigan is laid
up at this city, for the winter. Visitors are
not allowed unless upon business, or by per-
mission of the officers. 1
air A typOgraphical mistake in our item
about the First National Ilsnit, list week.
made it read •" payment" depository instead
of perminent depilatory.
sir An auction sale of Household Goods
will take place at the residence of fir. T. S.
Sinclair, on Saturday, Dee. 19th.
[ Writtaa far the °Werra
DANIEL S. DICKINSON.
This notorious renegade and apostate
Democrat delivered, last week, in this
city, one of his Longest and most elabor
ate abolition lectures, before that associa
tion of young men who denominate them
selves "Christian." '
Those who remember this ancient and
adroit politician as an adherent of the
Breckinridge party in the year 1860.. and
have before their minds his denunciations
of Abolitionism, and his prophesies of the
inevitable results of its triumph, his bold
defenses of the Constitution and his ex
treme opinions in regard to Southern
rights and the comae which the South '
would eventually be obliged to take in
self defense, have had an opportunity of
seeing a man approaching the limit of
the span of human life, who, having
all his days been engage in the advo
cacy of Democratic principles, and owing
what of prominence and honor he had
attained to the platy that he now betrays
and denounces, changed with the agility
of a gymnastic perfOrrair, into the violent
advocate of a revolutionary despotism.
"When a Government is att..i._lced," said
the speaker, "it has the right of self-de
fence inherent in all Governments, and
may exert its power cam to thalami salitaited
dapotian, to preserve its existence."
One is forced to the conclusion that the
author of this was-either a. hypocrite in
1860 or s hypocrite in 11363 ; for it is, in
deed, almost impossible to believe that he
who, in December of the latter year, ut
tered the above monstrous and long since
discarded dogma of the crowned tyrants
of the Old World, a sentiment that would
have delighted , the Cur of all the Russia's
or a George the Third, as it now carries
sweet consolation to the soul of Abraham
the First, is the same individual who, in
Deeember, 1860, foretold with the spirit of
propliesi,tbe designi of Abolitionism in
"If Wawa had beat comeiedotted to
wimihod. ha maid not Aces letter fidtflied setn t
emission Mani" eassiey dletstion-s6seiamist and
preachisp the doctrines &icy 'Reads. They are
desperate men from all partiea—the lame,
the sail, the blinders gathered together,
and what are they going to dot Going to
help freedom / 'Freedom for whom Ma
every Ited idePanftai freedom; and if oily
their grads prevailed, we could not have a free
• Maim would retooke la the present
advocate of subjugation, the man who
spoke as follows.:
"All the paper burs rte have, all the array
Cad :way, the Nadel Legiokoire and the Er
wale power of the Goomuoott. are all an
worth a ahoy& rusk*, aropela &ant to remain
OM hoer ix the Orafaierary hover than it Am
es to nessein."
If the boncasble gentlemen' l late mei.
tion is taw, will he telt us what becomes
of the "hudienable right" of a pee)* to
- defend them:aloe'against the tyranny of
a Goren:Dent ? When a Democrat, Mr.
Dickinson probably believed that a ()or
manumit was made for the benefit and
protection of the people, not the people
to be the tools and victimucif a "Govern
It was a peculiarity of the lecture, and
one common W all of that Am, that the
argumanamsed,appesling as they did. not
to Um reason, but fo the paeans Eta pilde
of the peWe i , timed serve the purpose or
keeping alive tie laming Warwpftft In the
• . Waste 8465.. if "used by Sir. Serer:
son Davis, with the same facility that they
excite a temperio fever for more blood in
the hearts of the followers of Mr. Lincoln.
The speaker said i
"Do not imagine thatine Union can be
restored otherwise 111114111,-kate-Of arms.,
and that the Wtwigelie unite upon'
tarots of • . No; youwould have
to blot out the t trusanda of graves that
cover the Southern soil,.raise up the dead
that. repose in them, and give back to
mothers, wives and sisters, their sons, hus
bands and brothers."
Could not Mr. Davie or amoral Le P, if
desiring to recruit their annies, or incite
then:lo bravery upon Ws field, speak to
them also of graves and corpses f Aye, and
more than that. Thep could tell of the
burned and desolated homes and devasta
tedlields that mark the track of invasion
from the Ohio to the Tennessee, from the
Potomac to ;the Rapidan and along the
mighty_ river that once bore through a
united Republic the fruits of Peace, Free
dom and Union.
It is not by keeping alive the imoulder
ing 'embers of passion, prideand hate that ;
the Republic will be restored to its former t
glories, or a government maintained that I,
will honor instead of disgrace the people
that it should protect. In speaking of the
outrages perpetrated by the Administra
tion upon the liberty . of persons and of
the press, and sustained by his party, Mr.
Dickinson, following the lead of his new
associates, when argument is exhausted
and truth hais presented too bold a front
to ,their attacks, fell back upon the low
'wit of the demagogue, and told a funny
'stor7, and of, course the deluded and in
sane follower's of Abolitionism, who form
ed the chief part of his audience, accepted
it in lieu ortinanivierable logic.
The speaker drew a pleasing picture of
a restored Union ; that being one of the
'glories that we may expect when the Abe-
Minn milleniutn to which we have been
progressing" under Stich happy au picea
-the last :three years, shall at length
bless the eyes of suffering humanity. But
its consummation, under the present pro
e, is among the crazy dreams of a •
of 11-meaning but mistaken lovers of
their country, and the scorn and derision
of Swarms or fanatics, of whom Mr. Dick-
fatten and his kind are 'the tools.. He •
thews a lamentable lo;ti of the statesman
like sagacity of his' younger days, if he
supkees that we can have a united and
peaceful country, as long as the violence ,
of faction and the bitter hatred of fanati-
hiaut preitsil in directing the policy oft e
Federal Administration. A vast consoli
datiskempire a grouper subjugated prov
inces governed by standina armies sta
tioned stwonig their people, the continued
uprisings \ Ol an • oppressed population
siot of' their own making, all
thole me may have. hut never a - restored
Union, under a`free Constitution, except
by the consent of l le.
. Nor need !Mr. Diekinton and his cam-
pardons in apostaoy natter themselvea that
they are laying up a trsureof undying
fame by their abandonment \ of \ their for
mer principles. Nor yet thatl' i t k iture ,his I
tory will acquit those who wo &deprive
a free people of all their rightc.,of a gi
gentle crime, against human ; liberty
free popular government. Rather •
Mr:DickinsOn, once honored for his •
ine devotion to the Constitution 'o;
country, be ;numbered among. those
adhered to law and justice only so long
mit remained the means of these own ad
vanbement, that stood by the ship of State -
till the wave of fanaticism had wrenched '
apitet her shivering timbers, and 'then
abandoned the vessel in the hour of her
large trial, plunged into the gulf of clam-
erous faction.to mount into deoeptive em-
intended on the billows - that bore the ghat- ,
tared fraementa lof their country's grest
nesit,cialy t&be engulfed at last, the victim
of his cowardice,unpitied and condemned.
The laws that govern the course of hu
man opinibii are immutable. Tue external •
prinbiples of popular government cannot
change. The designs and acts of the Re
publican paity will be the abhorrence of
futui:e ages. ;Let them appeal to the fleet
ing passions. of a revolutionaiy era ; let
them call totheir aid the - moet tremendous
fanaticism that has ever cursed the world;
let them baits their hopes for success upon
the sectional ; pride of the people they have
deceived ; let them revel in the possession
of unlimited power, and fatten on the '
corruptions that they have produced •, let
them imprison, brow-beat and deride those
who 'would- Stay their destructive hand,
aye, and then throw over the whole that
universal cure-all for wrong, that white
wash' for the blackest crimes, success in
the attainment of their ends, and all these
shall not avail. The brand of Cain is up
on them, and the outraged maiesty of ,a
people still free, will yet drive them forth
to wander in the wastes of infamy, the
convicted murderers of the nation, the
aussains of its liberties.
Therefore! let this adroit trimmer and
weather-cock politician, this gray-baired
betrayer of ,his principles and political
ingrate, retire to the obscurity that he
merits, and receive in his declining years
some pastor the odium that atno distant day
will test upOn his name, and let those who
make him in his dotage the tool ot, their
crimes, no longer drag this apostate before
the people to deceive them by'his labored
and cunningly concealed absurdities. Ex
tol him as a convert to that"progress" that
has turned ;a free Republie into a vast
slaughter-pen, and filled the fair pages of
our history ; with the annals of infamy ;
praise him as a champion of that "free
stone! that has immolated liberty; glorify
him as one whose weak and trembling
knees} - bowed before the nod of power and
cringed for the hope of office; hold him
upai a model of an agile turncoat; stir
•rounil him with such an atmosphere of
flattery-that he shall live in ignorance of
his tiontasuptible position tell him tie
can be the next President by the votes:of
those mythological personages called "War
Demiscrates • but in the - name of the few
atoms of h onor, truth, justice and 'reason
that Still remain to us, bring hither no
more his "lifelong-Democi'ae -ship, with
blasphemous prayers for the 'laughter Or
his countrymen upon his lips, to lecture
in a Christian age, bs a Christian people,
under the auspices of a -Christian Asso
Attoruss PILOJgCTIKD COAL ROAD.--The.
Pittsburg PrWt says thst,;"a broad- guage rail
road prom West Greenville, in this State, on
the A. & G. W. it. K., to the immense coal
beds of south-eastern Mercer county, Butler
and Armstrong eolletielb_is :projected. Nei
York espitsliste, who are over on• tho alert to
disoiver end take advantsge of any enterprise
whicb bids fair to yield • large twat, are in
vited.% bg e ly in these coal land•t: They are
fellyjewere of their immense, value, and know
fell well that ere lobg there will be easy and ,
elteei ostleti by whieb the coal and other miner
al &Omaha et the region referreitio, may readh
the tharket. Peeesylvaela should look to her
interests in this matter, And ,it might be well
toe the Peselylvitai*Rsilros4 Company' to cast
shod and ail:truths whether l it cannot even4_
wal l a its lines in that direction Should it;
by •• want of proper foresight and energy',.
lose Mte oerriing trade of the vast depOits of
O oo i, item, &e., in Monier, Heiler end-
Amstreeig eoasilisse it would be ea ioceleitla
Well Digging. ,
'pH E Vodersird wirers
astdta aa Si
.1 Ho It warind at the
Imudase for dater yeanoad patdotns
Adam w Altai& &Swan me nod
the dianassa and beet ant, nantin Aiwa.
asllll•l6:l4lisaillUtz.ldio took limb Itaralpnr;
11811 1 111 “1 , lale lionar. Inillinak, and Mime.' •
, alma' wtrowswouw. -
mimeo ' -ta. ' vat 111111e4006 nea• Starrettanla.
E AZ •
amortmet of Rabbet Gkoods, cows%
p r ia" p e a, Doe aups, essaread arssametts for
Chilbia. Pam% Peels Nosasiss. PethmervAlie.
14111-la. 11119111 MUMS&
ha SobseTtbee would mal ittistilla to tbo tottoolig trj
Holiday Presents !
Of which kis Stook la probably %be seal MP fa SI
city. ;1 sompelos • E
ME WOE BOTTLES,
M7:".r;7Wt . r . g.T7:71
Elepit lewd Cases,
BUFFALO. HORN I
HA 1 R B RUSH
Buffalo Horn Combs,.
Pa[ Boxes, a 'File hartomeit,l
TOY WATER COLORS,
FINE WATER COLD,
, ' LADIES' TEL
PORTE - MONNAIES,
\ VERY FINE,
Cologkie Toilet Se*,
A PINE OF
French Si. English\Soaps
POMADES,, &Cl., &C. 1,
No. 4 WEST PARK ROW
1' 0 3
9 2 3.
8 0 3 87 :
. 7A gi
Tong ifea's Midi= is lades.
OP 18413-'64, AT
FARRAR • 13.1 1 A.X.X.i 1.
Ric O. floaAllo 111. D. WOO "The Natislaa!
0.3..n+-Prol. A. J. UPSON. 'abject : NW. Naiad
Miasmas a tip* ii(Naefail Olassaahar " -
Doe 9971 fay. J.II.YINOCNT. /Islay% oralioNas Chi
Neasatial Lad." -
1;-••CO1U1DIMILV 4alsai et elltistr the
Phosa:!Jte. dgfect : - "Tbs Pear Whiles se the OWL"
tier P TATUM a rasa, - •
111-14oL LOVES AOANSPL: )I,llllesele LW:am '
CrbolUatiaVd)—Wa.iNlO ALL POUR% NOW "Pba
"Lost As •
Pao. iv I 2---ELATANO TAMIL &Nisi: VOlda*
PZ,I-1011 . 11 B. QOM Saidiai: oftwalka
[lnte rammottue al tta sdilashatase Leda" as .
Nwpirtopm S2A; for two SSA; far three fie her. VA6
osb ; tor 11.• Or Oftefiti,ebil/ .4 . be IMIA' at - IL P.
aquisoistheraross mum Midas ant Least. a
dedastioa aft smor IPOL AIM by
RiadaTkitaitall“poleAl 1 8=trni=661;
ands; thirilper. • ARM MINUET.
0. 1: YOI6, •
cv a 1 it T's 1; Cll,
Wien atoll NMI dohs ~mid et
viLt;ew A Dom! Iran. Mai tram
an 4141 1 711 11 41 1 4 Atify
ajwsp so baud sail
4411 llASTAigint Sot WPM.
1 2 N
G+l4' . NY, 'S COLUMN
1 bate lo iaiana&aide mad the entree
est I have
Cipened a New
STICY F 6001 S
hirtan Mantle Ornaments,
al GAR SETTS,
Plated Coffee Urns,
' Toast Jl4;4;b,
PICKLE JABS, COAL OIL
COAL OIL LANE'S,
GOLD Band CHINA,
, 4 CHINA SPITTOONS,
White Ohm Tea Setts,
- .541 Mena SSA&
Gehl , Raid Odes Tea Setts,
. St Pieces, $ll.ll.
WHICH WILL HE .OFFERED
I MF& EASTERN PRICES,
W. H. GUMMY;
Brown's Block. Prootini Pee&
SALAD OIL !
I:= . ' ust n stse t tril i a, few i Faaot of that
It la unipPOPII la lift seamy ether larks'
=l l .
111Wri j ' . canna.
. . lit
THK SAHLY PHYSICAL firSinkkr:
JUST PUBLISHED BY DB. A. 810101.
. Phystoianto tio=o‘ ad if'
__ - limit
A Tweaks ibe tie 0M.., 61 U.d =WO ,
iassitimia People : lb* mesyie
inlay**. mad 1111. '
no, wort Is we ef 114/1 aminliaikeallis - 4 0r 1040=
yes Origins Iowa" art gip* aide le
o...aar if ALL 'WWI int
sly. flittikar Man* eat adiiiiiiiib li el*=
It trill b. mat by Nal el Ow rem* et Oa fls
book mats sad Gearitsir
Wm Ws ! Nei
E W ning meal tall not to seed WI akettill,46
WI Tastes thembl at soiollOolttl
t ow 7
I Word at !Wawa, ommilmiliime 41110 , 111 .111 P
Mom Moo • - ;"
t a clam of assladlee pies dl to • dralest alrollt it UM
oninenity, dooming at lent 111111LINISgesela etllolboor
es annually, to as wearrll77 gram TWOS 61111011111• Vl*
• nolo extend toolliollitio.,
or symptom', ire Norm" bra% MOIMAMMIIIket •
bananas: Mamma or wmatic IBM 41•7 1 : ate
Mums lb. whole body; shortsanast it Mr
rot breathing oa • WI or IWO
'biplane of the Hyatt: aoltoo. ise=
Tomtit; abating of the Has& sod MAK toreolus
Iwo ? . te sad to botaloses er study; Moos.
slabory, diatoms at iii d, leasi Of tstiangt
to MUM. Part. of the body his la limbo& at SA%
Layaboiro, ur,lsia er lottporloo, LlospsislOp d lb/
bowels, detsa,o •Prorelloiat et the JUllopt d MO
glas4sof the body. Leseenhos et Mar Mkt Oa Li*
oda, ILF Moody, Hydootiond MatooMiSsoOmo.
Mow, la anotralso eine ewe et wiry ear
all the atoms load dmorAno, sad a boot Mr Of=
osiond, as Coosounption a<the LIMO aldd firs 0401 D.
*Maas and wily two el. thmomplltto it lati=
Alenos, knows an Tan Donal." sot - Tabs. h.
es, hare their mat and -II us Is dlorma at aro llirN
Thous. Homo the or .24 t 1 sensate r
y a LW port ad an
school practice la bootleg coOtasta ority.
Dr. Andrew Flamm. Phonating le • the TM • MI
Elygioale t ystion ls noweeglardintneneigiNteehan
of modira alai with the ant estaralatim
The trot" t ado
to the leettelloa awl
Mod upon salantUle Ida any
rraredise, without Warn& or Ile IMMO riff
eon an nob, th at patina eta be east at Vlrsk bar/
la say part et the aonntrf. tons tororiga
that. case. by Wag sad lore tbesailtatio
tenpins. hinted laterrogantin will le d Mas
s rensuirptles, Calerii. sad dieroseeethe awed 000 t
sr well at tba home of tbe patiestese at the FaaYlafr
by modlag the (*ld liollatted -Irrouart iwassuo Va
nn, with Inhaler sod iopie Oreetionater theinsiktoll
%Mato applying for fatorr it =ofr oh*, sate
seder rotors oboopii to Milt
The attending phyrcelaa Till be feud at die
lion for eonentiation, hem •a. ea. to i.ro„ aM
Sanity la the forenoon. A
" DIB AIFDUW 110111,
Physician to this 'fray tug sod Kubota trattloo,
sad Physician for Minn of the !Eisel e Tired ria4
tangs, OS PM Street. Troy. M. T.r ,1101
JOHN WELSH, '
CHRAPOIDE, - -
• 11110 . 14011AL11 DILL= Ul
B A LTI NOR it OYEITZ 1181
TEM 'COUNTRY MIDI SUPPLIED WITH
Fresh Can and Beg Oysters, '
• . • • iteoehrod Gnu Day, sad
WUJIMITED TO GIVE SAILITICTINI
Ordaro solictlo4 sod promptly sitomiod to.
'A WORD ABOUT
Irt 1 7 i 41 ; . 4 (kri --jj
*MR A THOROUGH TRIAL OF 11011 R TRIM TOL
TSARS, the tile-pieces measfeetand by the Amethina
Watchof Waltham, Kees, have phase • is lad
upon the f avor of the pablin,aad now ma togs thilla
of them are waking for thommives beWl =
people. From every insigailleurt the bog&
nem has Inermaed until we ateoettleal Wat
We NAH6 NORM THAN ONIC HALF of an tie vollelos
sold to the United States. Repeated oaimplemegt deer
huttory buildings, and the Labor of cep seatatiom s Mm
Ind as unequal to ea har thee ustaatly lam de.
mud. And an: mad hml Meru that we
the high price of labor and Instarlals, w getnally
oar products at ima prime than those mulish hos Ism
refer to - these facia only her the mous W u =
,ly istrodualog author sold:met Manna he mar
We of watches. Hitherto oar thief shied lees been to
main arced watehee Atr the tollikor, at the lowegagmet-
ble price—something to take the = rn e . f the 'Diu
believe watches rolled ''Ames., as
Patent Levers," to, aaaMlly aroma epos tW i =
ea:intim nembere, by It work ehoPie.wellasli
which are the refuge of lacteglisii, anamiseille at
home and potently worth gee everywhere.
This object-we have actiomplighed, and sew MI lard
to announce, that we hue coomearod the nualleshare
of 'hitches or the very
DIGHILIT GRADS KNOWN TO oriaostoirrniv. •
unsqualkd by earthing hitherto wads by oaroalue and
aneurpassed by spy thing made in the world roe this
prupotowe hare them plest Scilithao Wilms eacelled
an addition to our maim beildinp logieem l y be thle
breach of our business, sad hare allot it with_ all but
workmen in our osui.e. Profiting by sex Wog upori. •
Bore. we have remodelled the fermata au webehen.
durint ouch improvements as have bas ~ash are
proved to be good from time to time, sae buoinettamil
new and severe tests 'of isookroakm, adjuitgiong end
compensation. Name machinerand uplauseshaire bees
en:stymied, which prrictrus their wort lath
delicacy aid euetitudrk and the animist sad mast y.
proved materials only are used. Nothing he bee to
wanting either in mechanicia prlneipLu isellerbil e.
wortmanship to ensure yerketien is theirsogit.
We continue to wsnaYetars oar taboar viii4lllll,ll
qualities infer the following acmes:
, ...aprz..wrox .111-417 T
r , P. R. RAirrum,
"And the Seldide Wet*"
rho lotto; Um lowest ptioed trades, tub. 144 Woo
emus; room. ttakeTises, dosed la stekilatailm-.•
booting pattern—and to sot bible to got oat sl aria
labor is elarehtag, rtdbig or lOUs,. AU the atom
deseribed widens. Ineit thefts**, Shiamoosit
“sormuo,as coiiroso,*aro sett le Web losloos
psorally throagbott the oess.
• mom & Allll6lllllO.
Artois for the A70014/212 Wale
Fall and Winier Goods I
FANCY. DRESS GOODS :
Cloths and Candmeres,
Overceanap aid Cleaklap,
FLANNELS AN D LINDSEY%
AND A LARGE srueiVor
- Brown and Bleached
!MEETINGS AND SMITING I
• JUST RECKvED, - BY
JOHN C. BRIBE.
Oct- a. 1863-31 u.
I bare mitts late and tams vildittosso toef_atoth
aatehma Cada; Joinery, Silver sod haat Wemi b mir
rors, Pleats Pisan-ant aad Itasprsod Moslems% gad
Pam, Patti irate sad Cases, sad Jsoq (twat. oar
palliate • very Meltable sad
, et• vat asps:tamed aideld- ,
aim appropriate air the : 3, •
To vioeh I would faTito MK attention seal to minill,
kolttoing that ?RICO sod aisolity up the asiodise
to the boigo.
offWgtobas. Cloolboad Jewelry noshed is to
at. Lk^ otil abs 1 1 N. AMIE
Maga _IN the Dm
- tVbag astsiiili7ood Inn name
ler, mg. Needs" StireafAllsearsor,
latartlio bans el the asnrinad, no on.
wni Wing paranoid in satin sten essinam
blow" as bentotorw fa Or awe plan Tlmo pod lei
moat npatatios of Mai bona *a a
ABRAM Of &Kt Medi IN fill OM I
. As it un numberb. M s . h eared atkotha sodjail•
d oes t, to merit no nos Ow tlialitlina
J. it . i7trtor %Mimi* tem Os aim
oohs Won of tba aniano, wilt ow moan la th
ltot as arbent Isotopes tonna old Okada aad no to
WM. ILLIMPIPP & 0011 e ift
' Is *Mk
&I; Raw, Eris. Pe. all we* vanao.
T. J. gummy. " Dimillej 0. L. &um