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N. S. MORRISON'S.
043 It woo; II 1. Tli LAT:, •171'1.V.
LOVES AND HOSIERY
11.,50. A LARGE SP:RIK of
STAPLE AND DOMESTIO GOODS!
NOW 1 S
R T I DIE TO BU Y_ GOOD.BI
:1 ,- 1(. 1 U WAS? Tp Mai
\ NI) Ili. 1"
1•.. S. MORRISON'S.
Willett will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH, Oa READY-PAY. •
ar Particular etteation paid to bleaching, coloring
Poach St., 6th door Clore the Depot, gee, Pa.
A FACT GENERALLY KNOWN,
AT the variety of new style Bed
stouts, of Gothic, Cutter, Congress, and Car
, Camp Sofa, Jenhy Lind and other patterns, with
„ n u t , and strait front, handsomely ye neared Bn MIMS,
k a a,c,s, Blaine, Breakfast, Centre t ind other tables.
argots, Quaker Sunda, Carpet and Bamask Lounges,
Bed', Hair sod Sea G rua Mattresses, Vitaliser Beds
lola:era with other nuusehold furniture, &e ell
tared from well seasoned lumber and CCultß7
by experienced workmen mid not b "
style, quality andlow prtoee I will defy vren
ice &alert , to undersell me. reathensboughfrind
Case seat. Parlor, Redman; Rock-toe, serving,
413 , 1 other Chairs, of Eastern and 'Western mane-
:ore, are hickory dulled sod glued, making.e then- ae
to; as any other part of the ehatr,ithers others made
mold are only sailed, and by no mews duablit. Wood
'nor, Rocking, Sewing and Narita, are chairs of hard
sands clinched through the seat and slued, war
, tsstand. iianziaomav painted, and can't be boa
btr,agth, price and hoists. Spring Beds. I have
ever 3ou and hare lite highest testimonials with a
of prices of all good* sent on application. ire:trig
Alter are years experience and contending with nis
'ne4sieti two price dealers, I am determined to ten
trice to all, gild worth for your pay; and do jostles
who trttde with me.
caber, Lath, Smug es, Live Stock, en:oll'nd Reims
, tore Pay, Produce ka , taken.at fair market Weed
err Remember the PASO, neat corner of-gth street
tste, brie, Pa G W. KLI,SLY
Ilanufact'r and Coasts/lea Salesman.
LIOLESA.LE & RETAIL
. GROCERY STORE.
P. A. BECKER,
HOLE3ALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
.lortk,East Clorker of t►s Park k• French Sl.rut,
old respwitfally call the attention of the 000atuatilty
to liptlarge Stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which be is lit4ir . vas to sell at the
VERY LOWIeMT ' POSSIBLE PRIOES:
liie assortment of
COFkEES, . .
. . . TOB4CCOS,
of suriiit La the city, asi he is psoisored to prove to
law FPI b4¢/ a call. \ . - -
11. also keeps eonetacitly.at Euunol a imparter lot of
tolosate trade, to width be dhaie the atteattoa
motto "Qaiek Sala; Small Profits &ad a fall
• Inlent for the Macey." aprllll:Af.
- MAN 1100 D ;
II•w Lost Row Restored!
Jest Pabllshed. la a Sealed Envelops. Priest 6 Cents.
t LECTURE en the Nature, Treatment-and Radical
Cure er Spermatorrheet nr Seminal: Weakness,
cull/01MT, N manliness in d losdantaryEralssloos,
tong Im potency, Consumption and /dental ar4Phy
, Dehtlar, by •
RUIPT Je':CULVEIIWELL, 3/. D.
The important fang that the awful enflame:minters of
(Abase may be edettnally removed without Internal
'lmes or the dangerous appllcatlno of eanstles,
neetsonedlcated boners, and other empirical de
ll here clearly dentonsirated„ and ihe entirely new
Ighly suecesefol treatment an adopted by the eels.
&statue., rally explained, by Which every one Is
led to care himself perfectly, and at the Nast eme
lt, thereby avoiding all the advertmed nostrums of
y. This lecture will prove a boon to thonsands
nailer *La, in a plain envelope, b env address, of
'IA of six coats, or two p , ,stsge stampik; by ed.
Cil AS. J. C. KLINE,"
Post Office Box. 466 e.
. • SP R ING. - 1882.
&RIR: BONN, Er :STORE.
(Late Atedel- Elowict Stec) -
E . H. S :NI i T H
wtIOLESALE AND RETAIL 'DEALER IN
rir 10 • 11 itlPPitwl with t7othikl4 Now York Peas.
Ykrtietilat altontzno paid t. 11:(444abg aDA Drawing
Sirs,' No 8 linzio.4 . lijock, std. st tuyat.l.
Notice to Oil Refiners.
W K T'Arg r ' t t .4„ l/A " an ", i .' ;l l , t l7 l,
4:: P iz :: 1. 6
w v! i T r ßip r i...
tat ',rites. We Ceti sell MI Vitcol by the cat load at the
taanu'atizrers.,lthareby aavltiq to tte purchaser the ez•
ttoote sod Wowing promptaese In 'hillier.
erpAtt. 4 1tXXKA18, CAU6III,Y -FLUIbli23.
GROCEREES I GEOCE RIES 1
WHOLESALE AND 11ETAIL.
IP nal respecnn 37 Worm Use ;MAW QM be !lan opened,
• Store In
No. 2 Hughes' Block, Erie,
rune he ♦ill *lngle telly en Lind • larpnapplr or
CROCKERY AND WOOD.DS 'WARE,
•wiraigs. Liquouti; inuiat*,
:21: arrything sappy for We pi as listaFialmneat of
rr Tartu kJ rtleanabla as any other store ta the
P. • W 21•11.
NEW CROGERY STORE.
nodrosigned Inv• opewi • DOW Crow? Store, o•
LIST Sint: OF'SZATE 5T1,14 111,1181 t 1V0R771
Or lIIILROJD BRID-Ger'
Wiwi* that lawn! luipploi • fall 0ut , 917
101 0CIIMILY WAKE.
Ird:MIK 410T10*4 t
CO NWZOTIONAILIZ!4 I
• TOEI&CCO is CIGA
And ev.tytbiti tinnily on hand in u setabllatnueat d
Va are ditonsdaed to olier ulood t•dualmenta as c ti
"Ilarcba Ib9 nt7. ILO tablte to
onatident tbat tie ilatift1111411"4".
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to clot* oat tau
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sazie4i. - • 3.4364‘.
BUFFALO & ERIE R. B.
gi SWIM MOP 1
cv and after Monday , Jan. 4th, 1864,1
rousour Trains will ran on ttibi Road u Collura
. LEAVING ERIE.
0 31 A. M, 36m1 sal Acting" stopping at /Labor Crest
North Bast, State Line, Qattioy,Westasid, Portlanai
' Braekm, Dunkirk, Blivercrialt, Irving and Angola,
arriving at BUM°, at 10 30 A. IL
9 00 P. M, thy Alpena, stopping at North But, West
' Esid , Dunkirk, Silver Creek, and Angola, sad
arriving at BOUM at 320 P. M.
1 40 P. 11., ancinnati Zagros., stopping it Witatted,
Dunkirk and Silva Creek, and arrires at Bagala
at 9 40 P. IL
03 A It., WirAt litlorats, stopping at Westfield,
Dunkirk and Stint Creek, arrives at Buffalo at
4 20 A. M.
The Day Express eonnetta at Dunkirk and Buffalo,
the Ninbt Bsprese at Buffalo only, with Express trains
for New York, Philadelphia, Boston, ke.
400 P. Mal 4 ,der'sa, stopping at Nalnb . urgh, North
livans, Angola:Uri/4,81We, Croak, D. lark Erna,
ton, Portland, WestAaki, Quincy, State Lino, W Ol lll
Rat and Rubor Creek, arriving at Era at 8 23
00 A. M., Maio Lars" stopping at Silver Crest,
30 A. M. *, Westailid and North Nast, arrives at Erie
11 33 A. M., 14) , SWOP, stopping at Angola, Silver
errwilv.Daakirk, Waatdad and North Reat i arriving
at Brie at 3 40, P. M.
11 40 P. 18, frigAt gnerress. stopping at Silva Creek,
Dunkirk saii Weetheld, &MAIN' at Erie at 3 20
Railroad time la tan minutes Later than Erie Dna.
Nov. 29, 1303. it . N. DROWN, Supt.
ORANGE OF T/TMEEL': - •
pHILADELPHIAA ERIE it: R.„
Th gm/Mum traverses thei No
and Northwest antic . of Pennsylvania to the cityrthe rn
VW, on Lake Brie.
It has been leased by the' Pesaughreurie italfroauf ffSee
pstg. and ander their auspices Is befog mainly opened
throughout its entire length.
It is no - r In us for Passenger and Jrntight business
from Ilarriaburs to itinporfool, (195 miles) on the Easters
Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, QS miles) on the
TINS OP nu/mu TRAM/ AT MN.
Mill Train Lean/ 4 10 P. *
PtptaN Train Lean* 10 60
—.al Train Arrives ? 23 A. a
Uprose Than Arrives 2 VI P.
For Intonation respecting Pamenger bissinees &WI
at the B. i? corner Ilth and Market ifs., arid for Freight
tininess of Ur, Company's events.
S. B KINGSTON, Ja i , corner lath and Hatitit litsisete,
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
J. Y. DRILL, agent N. C. R. R., Baths:Lora
H. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, PhllitiPa.
trwrs L. HOUPT, General Vast Agrat,
JOS. D. POTTS, General It imager, Williamsport.
Jan. 10, /864.
• ERIK RAILWAY.
CHANGE QF .110171113, COApiLENCINO
MoNZ‘tY. JAN. 4. a 64. • '
Talus will LOST, Daakirt at about the following holm
Eastward Bound—Depart. . i
Ought gzpreas 4 10 9.. it, i
Hail 630 a. it.
Stock 6.96 rem
Fast Fralent. 4 30 a. IL,
Way . Freight ................._....... 6 00 4.11 a.
Niglit gimes runs elm dl) -
CHAS. len7oT. G&1 go O.
Erie & Pittsburgh , R. R. '
C HANCE OF TIME, COMMENCING
Monday. Jan. 4th, 1864.
TR.AINiI LEAVE GIRARD.
4110 P. IL, Accontoodatlon, stops at all Stations and
atr llls A. 1 /;.. ei ltrg h h i t li N n o. a l. 9 stlp r e . K ai all stations and
rives at Sharon at 3 15 P. N.
TRAINS LEAVE SHARON.
7 SO A. M., Aesontosodation. stops at an St.tions and
arrives at Chard at 11 15 P.ll.
I 'OO • • 11, P. eight No.l, stork at at all Stations swept
ilspreille, Centre Road, Spring, Welk'
and Cronies., and anises at Girard at 1116 P. K.
Freight trains will ran to and from Kris.
Jan76itt. 1t N. BROWN, Bop%
Throe Mathln-s make the lock-stitch alike os both
Win, and asgbass than half the thread and silk that the
single or dale thread loop-stitch Machines de ; will
Hem, )'ell, Gather, Cord, Braid, Bind, 8 e., and arebotter
ad.pted than any other Sewing Machine in nee, to the
frequent &saps and great variety of sewing required in
a family, for they will sew from one to terstity thickness
es ot Mareeillea without stopping, and making orrery stitch
perfilet, er from the Onnt gauss to the bleariest hosier
cloth, or even the stoutest harass/ leather, without
changing the feed, nails or tension, or making nay led
Juste eat of Machine whatever I 1 I
They are simple in construction and sully understood;
'and it any part ts broken by maiden; it is readily re
These are P/4C/11111 PACS; 142 a will go tar to !Mato lee
the choice ot Key intelligent buyer.
41aupe Call and bawnine or send for Circular. ,
$. B.—Local Agents ran►ed>a oriataou not 71,t °ova
FINKILR 4c L YURI, W. BS. CO.,
sepVWS-Iy. N 0.11411 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
OYSTERS & CLAMS.
rill?. Subscriber would respect- •r
-tally tafono his Meads and automat L ao
that he ta Still at Ida old stand, 4111 ,
I•. 2 Inuddngton Ib Illartet, Sew York,
Anti te preps:id to rupiah
BOMA SYSAMBo4TS, RiarTACTRANTS h Y 1131111.13
• with the . best ,
The market &fiords, at Wkaleeale sad Retail, at start
1101101 P, and at the LOWIET LIVISIG PIZ
Orders - from the Country Promptly
decl. to. • \
N. B.—Oysten sad Clams Pickled to Order. , ' •
New York, Jam 20, 1811&—li. U. Pe MX.
jearnal - of Cotillierce.
We congratulate our readers on the meanie of same*
which hap attended our labors, In common With sal other
adveciiies of conservative principle.. We invite the aid
et }.sty reader in the dissemination at the old, sound
doctrines taught by WasklngWV follmired by the peat
and good men who have made our estlon illustrious, on
which they built, and we mast preserve iltrong, the pit.
ism of the
UNION AND CONSTITUTION.
Wandeuenhano nee dogma' 10 ssilsios, pp4tiolior
'neat IA We ate known SA the earuint dirTentlitt
the faith of our fathers and the upholders of
CHRISTIANITY AND CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION,
against evert form of attack. We support yin *ovens-
X .ar olt Too If at .pio STATU AND VIP MOM lib Nev.
sasioser OP TIM TtOrldt oP raa Men. Pte•
ogniziog in these two souring of strength the otigis of
our vistaed& u a people, and the On!, pledge of - our
perpetual Ginty, power and prorlty. We belong to no
potitieal party, mid owe Ito to any faction. We
bareappp sed aridoooll coo , Inns to oppolo ASOLIttoM all •
Po the eiaalat ef dlevord, this semi oareim i the avow
ed foe of the Constitution, exertingirtnetfen tanenee in
moiety, In the church and In the HUM. -
alimmesiosonist as a polltiml heresy whom blood its
ere vimble all &viand as. and we look earnestly
when theConstitutlon shall triumph 0 the heart*
well the raised hands of all Ili ties, N rth Routh.
The dourest of Commute will pres et as mint the'
richest and most useful table of costeata of any weekly
.paper In America. II *revery kind, Nsirs trout
all parts of the world, A cur Plzen up tothe latest dates
collected and commented on be- • helve .editerial Altar,
will txs recalsrly furnished to oureadere, together with
the miscellamsoue matter that will - always be welcomed
La the farallgolrels.
The terms of the Weekly Journal of • CoMmiree r " era
hereafterbias follows ' -"-
wnettp, b advance, OM year ..... • i 2 00 1
... 0 espies. tapuseriddre, ^- ^r^e 0
0 • t• ' ...,.. Oft.
.. 10 ,N o . - ~ 1.. i,.
i. A *I 4. 44 .. .
(additional espies as tato.)
e. 1 copy. Ns mouths -. ,; ;DO
Ail data Kano or Irony U Nis adders, la rrjriale. Del
each paper, rift pay nook 111,60.
fon Samar of St as sutra fry rill ba aim ala i
perms sending the swaay. - ~ ~
The tag= of Not oilier *dittos' grata follows s---
LARtlt DAILY. •• ~ ,- JUNIOR DaILT. •-'
la aroma OM year, $lO,OO hiadreartooo , 47 4l _so.oo
lie teas. tate P eat wet. fa ad IS drsaer, S A
Rod of osek alt sae. 00 simples one addrri t 1.00
Per eatireatu, 1,03 (slain rapine woo bat.)
lifinaL.iy be recan te d by rel. addressed_ ll ,
•-• :--,—,-_--,-:----: JOURNAL or collgrEggaitY- -
Val le Property, for..atlc!.
•mu bscriber offer for sidettbit! Tat"
amble ad.st omen, 000np4od by bla as a Stordd•
in tined; %eta meaty; 1141, ng store I. 2*:
foot, In width by d< la length, and b.i boon occupied fan
to pausal parson twelve Jan.
atm, ilata home Mum alf, aged la 1.44 salgoriber
as 11, riplidese• The hookas la lit by id boot la alamOdeka,
Win attacked .° :U. • • good bsew *a diao ~..
A l m .. woad Lot, bait a Nilo groat lialEssili,.
.. . ,- : .
Tb• sacs* prapasty la aiasava tbs 'mat 'Aillialk le
gris "osatr. It la aitaawa in a- rich and thielas atotarg
patios at law away. and .la ovary au daalnaL, al y
ream' for sallltys ass Llual I amiss toga WO.
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Park tow. tsta Pa. *ll woet warner, I
T: J. War". famaiN4 oi,lsasp9.
TWO DOLLARS' PER YEAR, IF PAID:IN - ADVAICCE;:r $2 - 440 IF 14(4 PAID 1314T1L THE - END OF YEAR. !"1-1
(i late pepar state! Viets s itaf salvor the maid battles
a Cialon soldier was kund dead beneath a tee with a
photsgisph, repressatlng tieee levels etildren, clasped
in Ws :Niers hand, eibleb platen, aleer sachaelate before
he died, be vet mimeo nese Iqoa Sad 101d17 kilo
Beneath the fend aka de ,
Tbe sold* sae* to .
• With feeble bend be itrutted away
The deeth4enesi &mils liys;
And strove in else Opal mars
D•SpitlV the pallets pin,
pre thaw pietured forms so dor,
lia never unfelt vie • aria.
' Zech vatic. ohlhfa mrett Leo
Looked smilingly on hue owe,
He almost timed .to hilKaays more,
Th *.vid a s!ttiattl,tat'la „
Mitt w et toz tYint bratu . -- •
Dios memories of tbepot
• cum, soft so pows orwass sans* gleam,
Us saw his humble home,
P dalfr, vrir, PI'Ll
their mothsen ilsaysind tender If ••
p,,,lght of ottei daTe.
The sonshins'of 'curet homy'
Aroamt him secoid to bet= ;
Bat then he watsd, ,
sha 1 •
'rim., but skin draiii. •
Am'd the battler din
13at ra *told Ina liottli heart,
- ♦ tocedtep hls ye
?or oh I 'Us wising hard
Won arthb JJe Coi port,
Whoshot& oflont's sok twhaiNg &mei
jre catittai mai the liar,
The veal' Met dwell slap%
Alley 4ieaph'if tv dart,
Nor eltudder at The grave ;
But Mi the bliter peak
ThaCitaksi The Lake w MOW,
Who baciwe tlizt destikad lovtig Lam
Li. bleedlng witti fir owe.
"Ant than the moldier Mt
Tat alai Pia falling NIA
Mann tMat to, trace thea• *tared font
Amid &stied naming night,
.17pcm ieeignm dear.
He fondly Vowed Wit head,
da(Laa he kissed them. with a 11gb
The mildiet ; a spirit fed. .
A-Proclamation to nip ' , Labe liaterwe
The following from the Bangor (Me.) Dates
eras, is a good. "take off," It: disPlsys_ full as
math -sound sense, and a great deal more wit,
than . the proclamation of - "amnesty," and
really eqhoescreineolnism in much better man
ner thao Can do it himself:
Whom% A down of my, way word "Sisters"
did oa la certain day, elope from my boarding
house, with a wortblena' sump named South
ern Oonfederaoy, (ao . called,) without cause or
provocation, having 'let up housekeeping for
themselves ix *rickety shanty, situated south
of the old homestead: and '
Whereas, This ahanty was built on my land,
which I inherited from my old Puritan father ;
- Whereas, Tbe'sforussid , 481aters" bays be
cromenereitly ittider4 in cirmainstsweef, inso
much as to be Tn want §f certain naceisariev,
such as tea, baconart dimity ,
Mersa, The ?shill:Daspirit. of_ a portion
ai theie .4 ghters'" bas Beoome subdued, they
haring repinte'd . nether transgressions and
become converted to the true Abraharnic
Therefore"; I In the sweetness of my temper,
and in the magnanimity of my generous
nature, ,do ordain,, promulgate; set forth and
let fly the conditiominpon Which they may be
received again Into tesom.
First; These runaway females, above men.
tipned, are required to peek up their ear-rings,
bosolmidns, side46ntbs. perfume bottles, qupe
anti eaueera, eandle Inanity and all other
ornaments, ritually 'denominated in "house
keeping," and, detiver'the same within thirty
days qPortzesa Morlicoh. in the care of Major
General Bailer. Whe bee a peculiar knack for
the safekeeping of other people's . property.
Second "E very Miter owning certain chat
dui called. negroes, mulattoes, quadroons or
other property,- of . .a united or colored nature
are required , te - lsaate over their two eyes, a
postal currently, or-a detsoMination 'not lee t s
than five cents,
,atil lit such a manner as to
prevent them from ever finding their way back,
&Mean* them to be delivered, without delay,
at the "emancipation bureau," soon• to be
erected in Washington, and of which J. It.
Giddings,; Wendell Phillips and Paster Pills
burrj ire 4' be the grand rollout, and 'lawn
B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, and Mrs. Hose the
...In the meantime, while thin
*Monis being eonsitructed, the 'said negroes
will occupy the ,oiniiip-yard, formerly called
Maryland, imst.whictfof late, by dir action of
thetiegiablivtio Nen humanely converted
into a pastqrsestitablsifor this- purpose.
Third : As the (laid — "Sisters," after they
return, will hayeAtk or,ther use for the house
hereby erdered , :tb- bring along with them a
tank 'eeftli''ittilif of - the'vnise„ which mill-be
laxm i jibsiii t i.ou t iaimaidL d
4A4k, board an
QltLfitiErse , dttriog tl3 tar slopaie - .
Theeduienstignaeltesing been complied with,
Lbs forkisileyirtiff&Alliiiildblati if subscribed
0 - .'woie Were iiierreittiration, unless 1 bunion
to change my mind. Perhaps 4 sany oonclude
to do it Borne other way,itad hence no "Sister'
Will be obliged to take ii unless she . wants to.
srtirifilfstaridci ... !mob/ affirm and de-
Yult7Vallii:sepport. for 'President of'the
'edefsoixr, Dr. Faust,
ins his natural ljfa 'That I will rapport -all
hid proalamitlabs,, both pest and present ;
Alimi -oak ;last ..seas taut those to be made
AlfituVers:DiAlk.lfill support all by utter
affekt,'*hethitr lidittters them or not; all Mr
!! 1111 * Seiwouls: Inet/ednisk onntOrd
tldei♦,.aooitdejy`~ptl the gnott.pit.. And
tr/Oft. ; ,,,Ett,o 4 lo6,ja ease - the slid doctor
. einridAnflifinothaLltonar.ilof 'Melt Owe Is
'tfosupport i!in rots
4 ,1/1# 01 r(1y# 1 .1 with, the win divot/an as
bithneeensof,t4usairet: Asd tumor &darn
ibici;sl4 - ;:f And myself le .
doubt as bow to satin soy premises wherever.
12 F AEP t ifirl3hfYtR i _ i ,,, Jadgqiio, of be
governed by the—diettars - Own eon—
gstepssi,,3lolWaiii etie,f-. 4 liiiiiisiAisiety to the:,
A r Ailt‘bitY i *Ott ) kite brit
se,- o f heir!
Adlitost smirker, Hers" Greely, tik marmot
ma ithtbesFer of-AlSy 4tify, tiara,
to.sests this I have
opt, igeetelreldeisTivil,s WWI sod'
. . ittitlibiiiiing 00'
this proolemakiiitfillifsimottfoolleh ea of 11 4,'
*Loa 'f •
.„,,,Tlsiewissieo4tti tb aliwitt Mainly ar4
IhifriiWelswbofnTiolmisry uty erriegilletens;'
!hober diyAirdilied whea I mob 'bear
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.F411E, , PA., SATURDAY MORNING, yEBRUARY•, ; I2,7,. 1864.
Ms Writ* oosttitottlao 1,11111.11.1/Stoost of Übe Mr
oaraNtraiipmealst mow 41ges4Vos—stuslomis
,rlitkial or 414berir*1Sr - 4 Wift v44 0 40(4.. Roam.
tb• ussita is so Iry toloosket* tot sb*
Nitro or Itotolesta o! ht..o rrlUp ttn. ; 411 &Nolo%
to tutfoklit 1011 T 11 0. 1 1 41 4 tIY. 161 slut'
of the rothora
IS THIS ALAVaIi r aDERi.
An Kianspin of, ttre Bleo . INN Ponta -9 ,
Written for the Ohenver.„l. ii i , .
,Perhaps 6 the hillory,,R . 'keinelets 'and
successful deception' no' o n
ere recorded; thait'iti . ' daily asser
tions of the Abolition' PreisCi and:speaker!,
that the secesslon'movament of the Southern
dtates in the year 1861 inielhe result of a
oorisptritcy !among the holders' of state pee
perty. Advancing this mat foo li sh and im
probable story; they are alike tuanoted by
facts or reseed; abandon argument and static-,
tics, and- strive to impress their lfalseheeds
npim the people •by continued reiters4ien--
Thlpgb . the admissiatrilf - ttria - hr a premises
iustify the deductionsthat "W-ell
make, yet there'is Inch in this
and like uniupPorted fibrin:Mous to more the
people to hatred and - presioe, to' mislead the
naivety and excite the unthinking. '
• 4 the results of this fairy — Were 'not so sol
emnly hetora our eyes, it would be amusing
to • iee the jdifferent forms 'which ihie - ides
takes., Imbieelle twaddling" about a .1/Slave
holder's Rebellion," ..Blaretioldtag tritson,"l
and a ~ min owner's conspiracy," are the
great stock itad capital Or Die Mew York Tri
be*, and from thist down t . o:alt its itinaiiiii-
able imitators and "followers. By What:'4.- I
t.rtous power was one twenty-sixth part of a
pe9pie enabled to plgage the remaining
twtnty-five twenty-Math" into reiblation 'Mil
war? They certainly had hot a million,of
..bayonets to help them to force their dogma,
I one disapproving people. To inangurste this
treinendons l movement would, have, required
an'Adatost atiperhuman:4lgree of energy and
intelligence, and yet these same slaveholders
and denounced as the most Brutal, effeminate
and deprav e d of =skied :
The political revolution in the year 1861
was no more a “slaveliolder's rebetliotrthen 1
a lend holders or a horse owners. To esiab•el
I 14•Ags: the fellovingtiocotatt_is Ottnief, Mit, -
rise and progress eiMis - 414 , 41 6 "eillt"d" •
I Abolition domination, in. loollitY whore the
writer had ample opportunity of witnessing
I it,lhe having been tatailier.with the people of
all ranks and oecapstionsA ,
i 4 l'he section of country which le here most
1 p4tioularlY taken as an example, had in the
' year 1860 a voting population of aboat.6oo.:
There were. owned therein over 1400 'slaves.
i The largest number hod by one mea being
abbut 160, and the smallest.slatakoidere con
: sidered in this *ALA., owned five. At the
PMaidential election,- Belli Also',Usion caudi .
date, received about -I•26oiniatity ever. Oath
DOuglas and Breakearidge 4 '.llr..Jencoln re
leaving tiovvotee, " At the Lime teat the Con-
I veistiots Mai tolled vte ease the ordinance of
seeession. there still remained a strong Colon
majority. Men canvassed in the publics places
with badges upon their hate inscribed "Union
tilt Death." The secession candidate for del
egate was the owner of &boat, 30 slaves, the
Union candidate of *boat 20. The former
came near:withdrawing from the contest, but
the difficulty of finding a succeasor induced
him to continue before the people. Oa the
eves of the election of delegates to the Stets
Convention, and wddia- a strong estititileut
against seeessloa still prevailed, Mr., Liteciolr'ti,
inaugural , appeared, and an instantaneous and
astonishing revelation toes. piece in_public
opinion. illfhile ap to. this time the Uulois
men had eounted upon a majority in fever of
thiir candidate of at linst 200,, now the se
oetadoe onsdiddle was elected with but few
opposition veto, his opponent distal, with
drawing from the contest. . v . v
The State Convention met, eat-voted being
taken on eome test condone, it was seen dot
there Pratt stilt it union tasjoril. I .It. had.been
sqpObied'ivy tfte iertessioniste that the impnl-
Sive change predueed - ameng.4.he people by
I - the eoertilve thniate -elf !. the Preeldenti - . Enid
v ; carry the - 'stale ' from ` , the union he s week
'aitie the iiteetihr of the Convention. ' In this'
v they were mistake*, and the union . delegates
'still &Waited an overt set of the Federal)
ataborities looking to Wards war and sabjuga- i
lion. - They were not left long in guavas,.
Me lashed: his call for 76,000 men, and there
i was no tourer say other *enamels% among the
' people; than to reedit the• approach of the
ederal armies. The union men now .gave
Way and advocated ertned, : tteutrality till that
should become Impossible, ind khan defensive
Warfare to protect their ,property ptid,!toctlis
, The delegates.remTniotedistely,instramed to
1 ;loss en erdiearson of Isecesstoo. • clue,. after
bevies *ea. twice instrueted and, olio* re:
„qumied to realign, "ail _lipol?ejei t he wishes'
s<-his aoastitnerae . , and e,ould,, 0411, irings”
the passage - At i the ordinance. ' Tins - '
Man was the ; owner 0 1 800 alavi3s. -
1, • ,
I /ID= 64101 ~ OW ' Lite "t 2 ‘09.1)P-°C...,.."
:iitate; that. who had beeq,.the mott. , attire'
(unionists. btostaite fieePutat •i 9 Pdit ° l; i" '"'
tmaiee., tor i the. Confetiprnte . armies, :Three
*ere tectuiteit in ayotingynkstiott 4:lese
than 600, Th e ll* fires cowsteritt _ ina nity*
.crone beiges, 1$ 4. l4P.leEtiofr-: 4 4 t"' L !g.. u. .
*ed the thiritievOclubas 4A , k4o9iito the*e,
k A ' ibentifoety : kol-volnotnefed,l4o. o n . , A
',squads in. the i li ilae P t i - i.V.., , ,qlM r4 = E f iatee '-
- The eeptete:ei # 16 .1 1 415P!•,. _filPl,ltel . , 2 i iiri
of *gm • igittb..9fLlN4 l o9l'7P 4 Vak .1 114
Om; FasYs.eliv.• i f4r !gibA ti ,tl;i ll , ali ,le i r L eg ' :
Th.- arm. !•:ttenant wes % youeiCpsysierei
the , .v.tx(:.4o4l , ll!) . lßlsl l &4 l , 4"l6aiirds ri
eta, etuueet',..ef 4 , ), theT a groffrt whose Yfige . i
4 11 . 44 . 10 14. * Ti f ir Al°lo4' ifili)hto
iliginkl! ?I ' l liq:!till - i; iiiiigiiiiiii eidertion
ist. The s;slor . .2alieeteeeneWie sisstfes of I
Tepeerlianie, , the eiiiiir!sit'ik,Peleret,' ioteil 1
lee,Ftonglis,;eo Ir ! ili iitt'itatiib;iitui 'ilium.
pi t 49n i tt:24*Iteate#ei:tilii kW tildes' it toe
Inisii„Can*liiii the 0: 1 4 1 4;' 161 1 1 - wii; eif4/011ii i .,
el' :iat io 'sfiy`'ap , .7:";^ ' ''. G l '; l l9til •• o,;\
. 1)ii'0;44 4 ''oe:tispe4 r .`weir dittatheriett b?
ono, 00 hed'heei roi r eteakrihiiiitii 'heir O.
tiiii:Eit i eei.keidii iliiiioii n ialiatifieetiedelee'
. 11ii 1 tie WU r ieCiiiii l )ectig heir vtolitkotAf tie.
~ Jpe, lientetiititi 'kid lin , wile /Mika ,
let"; One er i thi - htlittgliest Ante , j‘ 1:.
1 . Viiit ° thited eiS6iiin'fir i eliseiti2lsiiideef by WW
iterrit. qdid sibidaNkinotAbt
tr i onbt a rlsget• a t as: l ;i th As iisaut
all OS p•
. sla=bs aai l soispoow • l i=o swot OW
ai m in ow 161111111161114 I ; 4 s
.4a4 C.) V - 7 , ".1! I kir;yl
1.81;0 of tkoOoOoty, an active Pell 111,4, s ihii
owner of ao Assn, *sena alter Ilse election of
I.inCOn - an "sellio' . secesslonfit: Of the fine'
listitenants, the tint was a mints kif 'naafis;
a itoccoaker by 'trade, fitroirieief no slaves;
and ' - 'ioted for Bell._ - The mond had been
e . onipienons as the Weave? of. Union badges
during the Olictions. _The third was a soldier
of the; bleVirsu Mar; a' native of Illinolv, a
carpenitei•bi trade,' the . owner of 'no slaves,
and voted-for Douglas.': Is the ranks of these
otanpanial were men owning tram ten ti
thirty slaves, men caning.** slues, and men
l of northern birth sad 'education. The aims
were Clod Al'Aiiwilan. Mamma Melons issued
by the Govessorof .01018 tater. .
ta recurring back- to the vainsideratioa of
thopelitical views of Die thirty persons who
were the owners of, striate 1400 re/am in this
locality, we find that but eleven of them wen'
secessionists, and of those eleven two . were
the .owners of but ilve• slaves. The eleven
represented 409 slue!, value $276,000. The
,nineteen represented $OO slaves, value-$650,-
000, while the holders of the remainder were
not , capable. of political classification, on
account' of absence or . non•sge or from
other•-- emu. a•wlllee largest elsveholder
was la violent union man, and but three
senessioniste were Abe • owners of more
than fifty slaves. A German who lifter living'
some years North had emigrated to the South,
and by hie own labOr aommeulated a large,
%Mums ittpropetty, but cott cl ult , ..._
(Need tojapierolutrlitiperty, was, a vio
lent oeoessioalot. A path:min of great roe
pootabllitl and•infinstme was en satire union
man, and in January, 1862, was arrested sad.
held, for "route' time by the Contederati
sathoritlei. In November of the same year
he was arrested and imprisoned is a sotression- ,
tat, or isdislorsl" man by the nitride.; -.:
Of the thirty large elaveholders, four hive
'bun killtill in battle' and ten are or were in
the Confederate army, Of the eleven original
secessionists, Ste showed their iineerity by
going as private, in the army—an'eiample of i
devotion t 6 disunion principle to which their ,
abolition co-workers will scarcely be able to
produce nparsliel. Of the large slaveholders,
seven were still union men ,up to the time of
Lincoln's negro proclamation. Of the original
secessionists among the slavehtildere,tbree
now profess to be union men. Of the slave
holders wh - o fled from their homes' at the ap
proach of the invading armies, four were
union men, even to the time of their flight.,
Two only were original secessionists. •
The eirole'of the writer's immediate obver.'
'Tinton eoteprohended portions of three States,'
,and as area of-1660 vinare mites— In addition
to this hemilfered the pain o 5 witnessing in
three other State. the gradual progress of
secession; 'sentiment es well as the & a k ar p e tty
tyranni, barbarity, and reektels devastation
that converted a large patriotism Into treason,
reverence Into hate, and -submissive inaction
into bitter hostility: Of all
. this partif , the se
ceded and insurreotiOnary teiritory, the lova
particittaity described was -In' ex
ample the adiaitoe •of the revolution
'was the *Mae.' and its adherents and
paitisitis wer4 - 'found among all rents and
conditions of lift, the ilaveholders 'and non.
slaveholding, the rieh and the poor.
• In the section of" countrY where these' ob
servatlonl were made;- union , men are now
scarcely to bo found, and those who claim to
be snob are chiefly found keeping small stores
and trading under the limitations of Federal
orders, for which -privilege they have taken
tfre'eflih' of ltlegiiinee::-;fosr : litsipthav Wits
this class iipon't.o raise the
necessary one teutti,- whoa 4, Republican"
privilege it Will be to govern the remainiig
nine Oaths. 'On the other bend, !easy who
were up to the 'time of the annSitistiota bill
strong union men, hunted is many'oilies,grom
their, homes, are now found in the ranks-of
those partiasas that constintlY range through
the territory- clabored bs bald b' the
• I .
These facts prows; to any mad o reason
able candor the felleiriog 01:opositions :
Ifrit-4-That the fear Of asocial owl political
revolution, to be:inaugurated and carried out
by the so-callei Republican party, was 'soli
oient to" induce many a' - oittsene of the
Southern States to appeal tti
Second—That this' class though large was
Mill immensely in the minority, ant totally
powerless to- bring about R revolution of the
prising rangnittide. 2 , ' • •
• Third—That • an actual majority were in
favor elf-the •uuloa of the States, - ,but by no
Means in favor-Of-it at the price of abolition
-and subjugation.. • .. .
Popras . -4bst the revolution was not - the
work of itay,olats, sLaveholding or attar., but
ass mimed in by aitil•DS of every abalri.of
former opiolOrt,- nlO every notati % i n .Lifs.
fit/44—Thaw ciOt of
the woo, bu#, .rititor Una tuitiacti7e
that loath a people of.• ady 600) 12 7. t 4.1436
tgisitt;si sigreision "sal fursigs doiniksitioa:
Biz*--Tita4 the Ahjog thet min pro.
duos ravoliOuts-r4he oas.loat of .ttlie People
affected therebp-4res wasting-ap.to the Ooze
'of the developnient",of the plan of attbjtrie
Sep.:lo4- . w! - the spirit pf
retistwuak , issa . be trawwd lawiviity—kospiag
pm)* with , the trintaph'i. of "Ts4.tioalism..w4.t.
abolition bate :".
- • •
eupoh 'thol[pait it few. ;
Pr.lciP4 l4 • 4° ° l 414.04L4Ooft4ittiii* oft
the United-80nm s astestieta4eeekl4 three.
Anarteire !et a entrairiston no: len*,
their iirOttio4oo,itt , l had actote l
fie . theLlC.O6i to reiLet in atiestptar 19.14105!i
4 11 44054 4 4 P119d!410ni.24%; 1 0 A' s I
at 19111114401)1,11 1 14, rylrti
drum ; I
..:.AraeLAiha tik!‘ , . lged eabiupgin
14#0400440ii:,4et4:f.Nibikibio . e0a1
!5r#4:4 10 1 , 4 01 .:PP: 1 4 - 441 1 0,, ' ; 0 0 4
_l ill4ll l
g• losiiir WI 4.1C - •WhIAAP - 44.40/4'
were &boo Is did? opisiess. , ) ,; • '
• .21fieskthtst. 'eigittanOi
fi orkhia 4101411
ffleiteel,:t3tetos, 44 . 4 t ay! e ,easdei In ritOaletto
(Unarm:MU , 0.44 . F.".
dish. brut aimed:tub% %ti lititl•ertri4. M 43P, of
I nitre iqufilityi,' 6447 rettit!meglei :tad *AOS
0: :L; .1;
b.p3 1 04 4 4: 4 :40/i so4 o pirOt*
el Abs:o44lfrosta , wool fia.l:4 l lrilva 4.4 i; 10 +.
ftild`lipirsiientisirben '€1,104.4141 01
intd ) RitAtlthtill*Nfm ,
Pr i1 4 17 .7 11 M a .?r, t k p the ; t 4t:' tPilt the !
OPM4O 41 1 Ailiir4A___ l et that
/aft lite*Natik ittIPMEAt 4 110 4.
• 1411tIr *who'. walk is*: boss- si ski
, 11';•11114 .1.4. p) ;1 4 • 1
.s t¢. ,
't) .; • I
.01 .?„, - ...A19.bit. 4 ):.q.)1.t.1 oi &I I 4"
"tipklll to 1111.• kept the constitniiiin se framed
' , bt the initiern of the - Repnblio, 'extend* . for
ti acceptance of thet_*othem people, end
soy other polley,httirstileitiwtsr, unjuetiti-
Ole % as 4 lands to melte the restoration of the
ttt~i}ul MI iMPolesibility, the t e rmination of the
beyond the prtiphettp Tilden of the, meet
far seeing statestaso,:and give, the ‘ certainty
of:s Seneolidetett miiktery
'ITEMS OF ALL SORTS.
Witstra gentleman- -loses his temper in
ts4klog, it Is a tolstsbly•eorrect sign that he
is`ge . Ring "the worst of the argument." .
"—We read the following adSertisemont in
tit'? Pates . Affielin: "A young lady, aged
twataptise years,- with a very strong beard,
which will attract the curious,• wishes to be
come demoiselle in a Infs." .
"h is remarkable that you are always
foigetting my name t" said a quasi acquain
tatzOe named Flint.
, 40 Nby," said Quilr, "itia s dattoad Aard Wane
A colored cook 'expected. company of her
own kind, and was st.s.,lOss how to entertain
her•triends. mistress said, Chloe, you
meet make an 'apology,"
i" misses,", ; rejoined the poor servant,
'•Now, can I snake it? .Got no Apples na eggs,
noiteutt4tr, uo uu t ein to make iL witi."
t--" Annette, my deer, what country . is op
po ( Kite to us on, the globe?"
",Pon't know, sir." . .
t' perp . !eked te.ohee, " if r
wire to bore a hole through the earth, andyou
were to go in at tits end, where would' you
:"otit* of die hole, sir."
r —Bsicroft will be 64 years of age on the 8d
of next October; Mottey,,6o the 16th of , April;
Emerson, 61 the 23th of 31ay ; 'Bryant, 70 the
ad of Hovember ; Longfellow, 57 thet-27th of
Ftibrttify; Whittier, 67 in December; 'Holmes,
65 ° the 29th of Anent ; Lowell. 45 in Febra.
asir ; Mitchell (1k Marvel s ) 42 in April ; Our
flit; 40 the 24th of lebrusly i Stoddard. 89 in
JED, ; and Bayard Taylor was 89 the 14th of
Tatum* £1 Borros.—"l don't feel enact
right about these attentions shown to Burn
side," said an old geintlernan in 6onr hearing
yesterday ; "I don't think be showed much
mammas at Frede ricksburg." "Ii is not his
atilartnesa at Fredericksburg, but at Cinein:.
nail, that peoures honors for the General In
Massaelinsslis," said a by atander: "What
wne that ?" said old Fogy. "The taking of
Vallandlghaui and tbeipkwtaing of the Chicago
Iffnu wastho replY. Old Fogy seemed
to "see it's at laet.=-Bostoti Couriar.
IRioa PlLlitAtil os lin Num* QUIIIiTIOII.—A
spider at Chattanooga writes as follows :
.•To thole . Wild and fatiatioat oen of the
north, who urn continually suggesting impos
sibilities, and expecting imposibilities, I would
sty, if you wish thoroughly to comprehend
tie negro i cinestion, enlist in someyegiutest
in the. field arid study from personal observe.
&ion: If, after nix mouths' investigation, your
al l 4or is not considerably cooled, then, of fa
alad Abolitioniets"l'wlll be the wildest."
BiiAti• jfir t Altat re Demos ?"—Asks a
yOqug reader. Certainly, by all means. Corn:
once with the " Quiekstep" out of bed in
e morning, and keep it up till the " chores"
e finished. The bops will of course hale ft
4 t cow drill" of milking in' the barn, while the
Iris sift engaged in n 4151.10.61 derma" in the
k l when. After this all handl "change" and
promenade to sehool. keeping step to merry
liughter. Repeat the same on !the way home
aF night with an oceational variation in win
bk"triptring the light fantastio toe." and
hiring 'a'" break-down" in it enow.hauk: A
reel" now and thew will do he the girls' wh o
Azle learancl to spin. ttnt boys should not
think of it.. , -
• —A Methodist minister in lowa has been
:polled iron the Conference for being a Dem.
ocrat. • The folloitiag,ara the atiFges : .
.ciatitaiv-ratllits4ini. • '
Disloyal- Goommat, of the !Mild
abidi t tin g himself to run le a candidate
on the phacirm adopted at Port Dee Moines
hit the 4th id July, 1863, by it political party,
the leaden of which and said-platform are in
tpposition to the Govertnnent•of the United
tatee, and eottsersiouly is sympathy with the
• 41 , r , *listing with said perty —sane -
tinning leitit :his
s presence their proclivities
&pipet; the present Administration,
The demented fanatics pronounced him
guilty of "disloyalty," and ordered hie name
.1.0 be stricken from the roll of ministers. '
Ai Item, oroun NtTIONIAL OPILIQATIOSS.-
The Reclier•er Union publishes ttre following
Wilbiagtou letter which cxlll
attetitico, to jti
mu . thers escoe
IL is anticipated that abaut .
lair that. actual
lye lei liere'hea Prgitentad,i 0141 ,„. , i t.
rgady `auditea and
.itteiremt Ituunita 'to Atiollt
nultiona of dollar; _per annum:" sop.
b4t half that ez;et , t(th , s tine base
'bee's pretihted, 'it lelree•tpftlydtetereaoethat
ft 'fit retptire liiiAly ft,e netthsas ey dealers per
egitheteeliyagigtu•-peasion re/1 dame be yeere thle!
are la esti/. tbinsas Witd3W 4, Sl4lollAealler
It %We 111.111:tee. It 11,ppArcat; that the
aversive Allrallett at tke.peasir list wilt isotlf. ,
ion , • X 4184 itta ! st,ole o f die etport
the Noteowil rftliwitat -11144.Alfgafrr, Nat the trgial9
lAefit,U*4l,l4, ! 4hyt igoiaky fin nsitii?as of
*gars Mii4J reviirii4 80 the elaixu fie;
TN ; r V
.Tins Of L15C6a1.4.1:44111 ilViltliager.
oPoibuit of l tho. nockroitut,,iixor, oo taw. to
Ono. Afirohartt I t iocsoin Illgsto.'on the enirso ay
etoothAeto for, tko.grisitienoy, ems :
totliritoo4 (I,lst Ahrshitut
/ 41 01 " 1 11104 *l=i?.. 3 or f 411 t• her term
.11,,thty,Wkt.14.1fottel thl L frien 14 *re
stoffitim i losse i tstiel early, to /galore him the twin.
Infkin, of ; hfs p ,yfJ h tpe_ It a won't gut
attiu4t . sir. Lineaitiper.
yikepy;,but, President who- OSA sit tiviletely
l atf.erstOkjohesin the White House, while he
perlnite sit:ol . 6'ol like lie;iritiry Welles:to
me6egj'l~ie• wry Depertniest; IS *not the sopt
Of a ilasitlitit" .Ihtirseee feetihst Mr.
Linisoln has ,k. wcaikviii • ame. "title
i irqpinvetissintsk a -hsitt roua i l by rebel. prise=
.seessi l ,ol air& .hies thoussadi of.,'*i:ll if ha
.111 0! ° " '," 6-
0406 for tha Vti3lll , q. • , • ,
- • •di ; '
• r t ;_
A Jou WI7N Yea Pow*Tatun 9r7.-1a
opeeek the other day, Portland° Wood Witte
alanniaea to tuiy, "We of New York sent four
' I,4llllMgibiat.4ll6/4* "inn "kir likef4
Was ineatled r To which* Pennsylvania me*:
ber rejoined, sotto ow, i.e,'T YolLdl4_ Pee;
nstado—tilte nieekete tbst you rent to pei)vp,,,,
when the war broke pat,.,.otime bsolt to Penn
eylvenis et fiettystntre—.4*.•
The muskets were eenCindeeigiet - tiy:ll,iir.
Morgan. The regiment* for the ilefsncO79 l - -
Pennsylvania were" eon! by Obi. fieyntour.-
These feels! rather itijnre the point — ef - the
Yews. , .'„/
Tin NAVY AND N.•Disskitt-, e i
son, it a letter to the World, alt?ws the lot.
lowing * Gone : "There have, been calitirrici„. /
since the.beginning, 866 vessels, of whioh 606
_sod 170 steamers. Of ibese: - :
elearnersl.6o wet% tlken by private built see.
sets, and oialy 20 by the entire naval feroe.--
Of these 26,10 wore captured by -the -few old
naval vessels et blow spied, and only 10 out
of 170 by the new ones." •
Cruise Lola or EQUALItC—Bowe in
kfaryland ;the loyaliats are capturing all the
slaves they can and putting them into striped
pantaloosi and blue 3 ckets. • The other'dst,
we are informed by letter. a young Master sto
coated oue of his negroea newly dresse I in,.
soldier elOthes—."Well, .Sam, -I suppose you
think youself as good sit me,. now !" "Q, no,
muss, .4 dst, but," slapping his hand on his
blue shoddy, "l'sjes as good as dem se wc3ra
dese." 'that darkey must have been reading
the news ;from Washington.
- Tux NATIOXAL DEBT.—It a man were to pay'
Out one dollar a minute, making $525,900 per'
year, it would take him over 4,000 Years-to
pay the national debt at present accumulated,
exclusive of intereaLand quite I,oooyeari to
pay the amount Secretary Chase asks for the
next year's expenses. • --- •
—Guilt only dreads freedom of speech. The
rater or :the party which ettsmpts to punish it
publishes hie owe *Malay to the world. Thy
lieu that answers a maw's• arguments with
Bsslile 'acknowledges himself the scoundrel
which he is accused of :being. •
,Too Il‘D.-11. negro who, had snugly en
sconced himself iu prat:with several white
ladies ,4 the Louisville Theatre night before
last, was very unceremoniously ejected by the
Provost puard, who confine him over-night;
and yesterday morning delivered him to the
PAila. Bulletin. "
Den. Roseorans has signalised his - ad* ent
'to •power in Missouri by removing the restria
lien which hid been imposed upon the clr
culatien' - of the Chicago : Tines and other
Democratic papers by his predecessors.
• Mate the St. Loots Democrat, (Sedlc3l.) -
PAW, of the Liman Ileseladens In ti!
! \ Legislature.
- The resolntionisoffered by Mr. Brookmeyer
in the Missouri House of Repreeentatives, re
nominating Mr. Liocoln for the Presidency,
were. on Baturday,laid upon the table, by the
decisive vote of 43 to 37. Even this vote is.
calculated to give an exaggerated impression
of Mr. Lincoln's strength, u preferred erindi.
date, in the Legislature. In the number
voting in favor of the resolution were several •
Copperheads, who would not pretend to be in
favor of Mr. Lincoln's re-dee:ion, notwith•
Standing their vote for his re nomination.,
Thus` has the programme" for the noutination•
of Mr. Lincoln, according to the forcing and
forestalling peacoat agreed upon by the Maim'
Weed, Simeon Draper d< Co., broken down in
Missouri. Its failure has been signal, and
must be damaging, because the , mesas resor•
ted to to carry it through have been notorious
and sitamefitl. 4 deputation came all the way
from Washington, armed with the sanction of
the P ost Moe Department, claiming to be
authorised to trade generally in Mr_ Lincoln's
name and sold out an important concession_to
slare7, which secures it a considerable pro
longation in the State. Bat the scheme was
diecoyered and finally was checkmated, end
its authors have retired in route and disaster
from the field.
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
- J. H. RIBLET & CO., •
Woaltt reepeettelly lawns the Wale that • they him
• newt a
IN GABLE'S BLOCK,
Between Bth and 9th - Stieete, on State,
W Ore they toteud to keep eoutently ems bead • full
asortment of •
ITEW. up WELL SIMMED MLUITILE.
Er We reepeottelly 'elicit • share eft the Publie rite
temp. ' -
' 41. W. 9 'ooliEr.
Store Standard Residence for Sale.
HE undersigned offers for Sale his
;Tsbastotorpropelty to the ?Dar Or 'Hearer Pam.
Kris Ca. Pa, eons/atter of an OZOOtiOnt Store Buildlog
and Dialling House, with en acre or more or lend at
tached. The store Mos been used for the pupa's • great
norobOr or years, and It welt fitted, belay large, convert•
loot, end harttny a good altar. • wing attached to toe
huildip( will aceommodete • accual Welty. The stand
is onaof the best in the amity, being shrewd In a
healthy. fertile and wealthy osighborhood. The resideuee
is a Two Star) One. hartog a larga r dry . cellar, and De ms
both roomy and corityntilUat. A gOdd ilstift, Well Ond
Bern ere ommected yr Halite how . Iwill or ez•
*hang, lot property tortirte, on reasonable terms. Auy
pers.m wishing to patchable will address,
decliret-3m, tide City, Pa.
caws- - - ELIE, PA.,
wiintiLaill Df&LII ID
"- iN N 1991
Fresh Can and Beg Oysters;
Received every Day; and
WITJUNTSIII TO MT. SITIPACTIOTA
ih*rsipolkit..l promptly atteadsd
Change In, the Dreg. Bushiesi
r Tlio long esWollslaoinad.'w.4llL.'
Mediciati Eitorta J. Wier,
ILA tato the 'Nada et, vet oiladainicive444 i .611.
vbo, /tog parchomol watiniatolskirlaeoallouo the
beehive t huskautit tst,tiui Maglie:plaelk putt Lad
?moat. reputatlitibtlihis haiairas a • ••
• Pnicilipthoirsiiid noway We we
81 0 4
•:ASIOADIOr ANY WISER IN Tag anti!
Mid the lithostifog Ilollo4l7,okrituit selillOerseaqudi*
I Owl minvecutat, to awkrlt th e for,the *um
iNrter. lathousk*ithiltftdagiltitia Siloam
A c tive Issas of tlu batman. wilt 4111) rilim•44t U.
mom. sun Ulm," morOhla oliltdeaSbllk*Alus7 141
ciyaaalf.3 auk]. ' ' **A WUXI, VJUltritti.
Farm for. • ,
rrils subscriber otters for S ale big rgrui
11 is dptomit tp, cite co, Po, compriwog alnety
wee nigood roil, nine miles trots fa* city. mob. Ws.
tart**Snespfire fond, and fans mile. from • www, fotd
Mtge, won tostated, el , h good imildinge l teirklit and
thirty &erg wood hod. Apply 04 premtoes tor thew,'
lorormtion. wilt be sold ea tosioggeto (*mini, 4
• Jatagtr.l Jinni R.GRATIAM.
][jurEs of Asioliniqestioa
boonesitoti to the narlonlated,on tblp 'sista
Kush 31+N &wean tato of_ firoene-tv.' Ole Coo
Ps.; notice is hereby gime to all persons toorreoir thew
tadebtei to the sates to make •
pr hoomr4ta i tiraymott.
amid th ose bowing /Alas aplostll6.witoob ows*
theca for settlerneot. MACS Nei LAY,
11. IL. 'PUN 41101
ers€ 4ol) ifv. 44- 10 . 16 44a7: e :AdiSlikistftlas.
, Choicetotit Nor sate.
fIORNER Third "aid Stat. Smits"
iukkoingmr swill 1 4#0,
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