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BMA PA., MAY 21, 1864.
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Our readers,who do not possess the same
opportunities for ascertaihiog the current
of events that we do, can have no coneep-
tion of the extent to which the opposition
to Lincoln in the ranks of the Republican
party has reached. It has already as
sumed a phase sufficient to alarm the Lin
coln leaders, and gives token of growing
strength. Every day is now regarded as
reducing Lincoln's chances, and the policy
of &Coe in his party ranks who desire to
obtain the nomination for some other can
didate, is therefore to postpone the Balti
more convention, while the friends of the
President are equally anxious that it
should meet at the early period fixed upon
by the call of the committee. The radi
call pretend to believe that the war this
year will be a series of Federal disasters;
and they reason thereupon that before the
Presidential election the country will he
so tired of, Lincoln add his near-sighted,
blundering management, as to render , it
certain that the nominee of the Democrats
will be successful, The Lincolnites base
all their hopes on the army, end believe
that if Mr. Lincoln is once nominated he
will have no difficulty, with the fraudulent
votes he can control in that quarter. and
the intimidation be can bring to bear in
others, to reelect himself.
The Anti- Lincoln Republican,' have
their chief strength in the Eastern States,
and among the Germans of the West.
They are'very decided in their hatred of
the administration, and some of them
publicly assert that under no considera
tion will they support Lincoln for another
term. Their papers and speeches are filled
with the most violent charges against his
official - integrity and capacity, and we can
not help but be surprised in reading some
of them, when we remember that it
is only a few months since these same
parties were among the moat zealous in
defending the false and despotic doctrine
that to disagree, with an administration -ii
treason to the government. In New York
they have recently established a wiper
entitled the New Nation, which outstrips
any "Copperhead" journal in the vehem
ence with which it assails the President
and those whom he has chosen to call to
hiifassistance. It hurls the weight of its
animosity In turn against the members of
the Cabinet, Gen. Grant, and Gen. Hal
lack, not'even sparing the recent idol of
radicalism, Secretary Chase.
The leading Republican organs of New
York city hare all declired against Lin
coln also, with the exception of the Thum
We published last week a list of papers in
the West that support Gen. Fremont for
President, and are assured from a quarter
where the facts are known, that it by no
means - includes the entire number.- Take
it all in all. the quarrel "in the heretofore
"happy tidally" of Republicans has grown
emphatically interesting, and the pros
pects of having Dishonest Old Abe for - our
next President grow: , "small by degrees
and beautifully less.
Tim steamer from Hilton Head" brier
news that the bombardment of Charleston
had recemmenoed.and that the iron-clads
had taken part in the fight. Of' course
this is a mere feint to keep the rebels so
tively employed and prevent their send
ing re-inforcements, if possible, to Vir
ginia. Nothing serious can he intended
by this re-opening of the fire. The bom
bardment, howeOar, develiiped the un
pleasant fact that the rebels have sufficient
force to man all their batteries, and, worse
than all, that Sumpter is the strongest
fort, so fives effective power goes, held
by the rebels. Notwithstanding the ter
rific" shower of shell and shot that "has
been fired upon that devoted spot, the
rebels have been able to hold It and make
it effective against our whole fleet and all
our batteries. Since the withdrawal of
General - Gilmore and the 10th army corps
we judge there is not force enough on the
coast to - take -possession of Charleston
even though it be defended by a compare -
Tin Punic Dsirr.—The public debt of
the United States on the lath of May, as
hu been ascertained - from an iraeial
warm, stood as follows: Debt bearing in
tsivist in coin, $312.838.162, the interest
thereon being $49,472,714. Debt bearing
interest in lawful money, $414,191,985 ;
interest, $12,109.429. Debt bearing no
interest, $560,092,203: Total .debt. 51:726,-
248,410 ; interest, s7l,sB2,l44.—jmAasge.
The &boil), "we presume, exhibits that.
portion of the debt which has been so-.
wanted for, and is shown on the books
of the Treasury Department. But how
many claims still remain outstanding and
unsettled? How many pensions and boun
ties are to be paid of which no-accounts
hare yet been obtained ? It is the com
mon impression among well-ieformed , men
that these various items, if added to the
list, would increase it to half as much
?alum Drrelittnro.:—The' Rochester
the leading Republican paper In
Western! New fork, has the following
with ',toren°. to General Premont's in
"We amnia longer doubt that it is the
intention of GeneraL_Prercont to take the
Uhl as an independent candidate for the
Presidency. in the event of Abraham Lin.
role brine nominated at Enamel's.
The Ni. Netiat, his central Arlin's at N.
openly repudiates Mr Lineolo in
trance. and Fremopi is said to have It 1-
epaphed to' a radical member of Con
ose' tras recently, " I will run if 'Jowls
Ti. Anttammy Ord, published in
New York, thus sounds the_ key-notb - of
warning to the polltiefens of lb party who
are determined to put It,. Lincoln in
nomination, repress, of whether the
Isemont man support him or not
"You may noininate hEr. Lincoln. pe•
sibly. ',Mont satisfying the radios* but
you cannot elect him. Another candidate
will inevitably be run unless he puts him
self rebus is cans h t befbre the tribu
nal of the North. ViMory - and Satins
are the two ementials of his sueices."
mow that table of tie 1441addpkis k
Ids *boa TM ge bite eirsi4a Me*
win. IrE MIM t aase heft._ ,
the present Legislature posers& in ad
dition to its other , prerogatives.' the im•
portant one of reapportioning the State
into Senatorial and IS "
tricts. The Repabliesis a oritt
in both branches, basOatf a and
truckling Governor,. aid ship bda aka
matter entirely in &elf mitt • The
Democrat antielpatetno Wow, df 415111111,
in making the apportionment, but they
didexPrirt - that
of *lbis; world be- made. The sequel
host," as they Might bee. ..known before
hatid:.. The Mei iitf i exp*tirle
lieu. where PlitiltileiSit; came into cOn
siderstion, ins body under the oOntrol.of
the opposition, Pill exploded lung, ago,
and we are surprised that any of our Dann
mastic cotemporaries shouß lase enter.
Mined it as some of them sppsrently did,
judging from the tenor of their articies‘
The apportionment bill, as it passed the
-Legislature and was signed by the Gover
nor, is• notoriously the basest aoi of 'Ara:
san diplornscr that rem infer entered on'
the statutes of. a' jive people, and was so '
acknowledged by a few of the more hon
orable Republican leaders. ft we. *ptly
described by Hon. William Hopkins, of
Washington county, a gentlemant whose
character for truth and manlinessivill lint
be impughed by any credible opposition
authority, in the following reinavks, when
the bill was up f.sr cinsider.itioli on its
final passage :
' Mr. Speaker, I find inyself hi a poiii
tiOrtionlaWhat similar to that of-a man I .
heard of some years ago who was a very
profane swearer. He was driving a cart
one day up bill, and tho,end acne out of
his cart, when the barrels rolled down.
against the rocks and' spilled' his tour.
Looking at the wreck, he-remarked : .c• I
cannot do justice to this subject ics swear
ing, and so I'll say nothing about ,it."
Now I cannot dp justice to the enormity :
and iniquity of thus bill , without 'violating
Senatorial courtesy, and theiefoie I shall!
content myself by giving a silent' vote'
against it. and by remarking that hereaf
ter I hope -we shall hear .up more aboo
gerrymandering. We will pallit georat,
Never mind; there's a (14.0 retriliu T
The ..-rwi.r tae.... •
Spottsylrania Court House is t small
town of about one hundred inhabitants;
the capital of Spottsylvaniscountjr. It is
situated on the Po - river, a branch. of the
Mattapony. It is from 1$ 'to 15 mil's
southwest of Fredericksburg, and the nine
distance southeast of Clerinania Ford—the
three places forming the points 'of an
equilateral triangle. Orange Court Rollie
is 25 miles directly west, and GuinneY's
Station, 11 Miles out &mil Fredericksburg
on the railroad to Richmond, is toeirt
miles east of Spottsylvania Court Rouse.
The railroad running north from Fred
ericksbuig to the month of .t,quia creek
on the Potomse, by which CommonicatiOn
is now had with Washington, is 11,tuilss
long. From the mouth of. Aqctis, Amok
to Washington by the Potomac is-11144/ro
The stations and . distances on the, rail
road from Richmond to Frederickstairg
R1abaria4..........—.... .. f ...-.,••..... :0
Ash 01.11..........• •• 011. .... • ••• 14
Juana ........ .:. IS
arr0W1141..... ..... ••••••••••••••?••••••••••••• 511
11121•44......... .. 11
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The, North AIM river, behind 'which
Lee is expected to make a stand it forced
back to it, runs parallel with and north
of the railriad from Orange Court Rotel
to Richmond. Lee would strike it about
fifteen mile!' beyond Spott4lvania C our t
"Macs imam ie awarded the Govern
ment for the manner it has sustained Gen
Grant's army."-_--Gaarne. '
The more shame to it foir the manner
in which it arid ace sititain 11(eCielian'a
army. It Gen. McClellan had been giVeo
one-half the opportunity , that Great has
had,,Richmond would have been taken
year ago, the " backbouel of the rebel
lion broken" in smolt, many thousands
of lives saved, and the war by,thie dine'
nearly ended. Initead of giving McClel
lan supreme control over all aur unties,
as it has done to %ant. it constantly Med
dled with and embarrused;ins plans ;'
stead of making a sinsultansous Wadi; in
the East and West. it allotted McClellan
to contend alone, and the *eels to gather
troops around Richmond fesutavory quar
ter of the Confederacy ; instead of giving
him all the troops be desired, it; took Only
from his command >40,000. men at the
most important point of the' campaign';
instead or permitting him to choose his
own time for a forward surrenietti, it
forced him into a prematire one; in4ead
of "sustaining". hint with the Whidatair
gy of the tutukiipu!and ala i , party, it '
allowed' its paid createree.lo office (itud
out of office, to revile tica, and endeavor
to discourage the people and, the' stow,'
solely because they feared 'Ant 'moms
Would make him the Intl popular inn
in America, and induc e' the • people •to
'make him their next President.
ever result may attend G I. drint'sape
rations, the contrast between the' itinan
istration's course 'towards Mut' and, life.
Masi is too great' to lea-e'any donht, in
unprejudiced minas, thek'the lot/IF:mut
the victim of a base
jriricher . tiiits :po•
Riled conspiracy to ruin his personal rep
citation, even at the omit: Of national dis-
honor and destruction.'
Out Losess.—Tho Washington rout ,
ele (Forney's piper) pleas e the number of
our killed, wounded era - up nodltrisoti to
Monday night at 45,000. The Neii : Vork
Tribune of Rho Ifith;pleeed the a tuniaber at
40,000, ineiluding our lanes Stinisiday..
There his .been terrible, fighting since_
then, and at this rate ourimmei are prob.
ably not less than 5 0 .990. s are in
hopes that both ostimataetn,wratsd..
The Committer - of way,' d i teit i eeie the'
Home proposed in the bill " pollutants
thirty seats, sod- sod =4ll
Through the efforts et,Tudge disensaa, aided
by Mr.. Mysem tha.taa_saindiaid_ petroleum,
was Ind at twisty seata t .oa seol,ell' fifes
mete, Issuing ermii uniti.selF. 7 -Ireer Gs;
l'Artnyi NyerFeepereestat inteRIRMI sad
tfort• the tam ea ilk AI weal rouged to
twenty omits peep on, ;aiming ea
erode. A put Ale mum" shim AsitifalM every
Interest. se notiOtent to pew;~ nsverY may;
emelt be tee highly p elsol.+oll Cep Meadtoe.'
It unite semi that Awe it: diaal
Hai oliklemiteittseg sithaPlawst
~Thla is die kiid tai* Pinr,
? eir . ,1 0 07 V,P10,f14 '? Sbq ;
• From the following statement, ins di+.
patch sent by Secretary Stanton t ) Gea.
Dix. it will be seen that our predictions s,
si e r t
w .-that %ere trip poll be
f : are win to ha t4s
" lets A dr4ti o litt Mesa to,
~'t sep:4oF ! , e . nitWon o 'ti I die re:
belh(o . oritthilow sad in °ler tci'cro. ,
vide against any inoppor une, eaduction
when 'the service of the handrecl days'
men go osi4:l draft to fill up their piste,
motel - other reductions. will be ordered
tolske place on the )41 of July,by, which.
time the new enrollments will b e whips.
1 - """lEginlal '"':ltitafrAlliTOM -
A Palmas'? Qt;i4TION.--if President
Lincoln had withdrawn General Burn
side's eon% from Geieral 'Griot Jost pre.
vices le the commencement' id the late
battles' as he did- Gen. lieDowelPs' Prom
Gen. McClellan's eroiy:''derring the letter's
CAmpstign' against Richmond, on' which
'side'or the Rapidan would the Llea k tenant
G o t neial have been to-day t Wilt any of
the niatignera l or Gen: MCClellan please art
4Wer l i'Vrortd. ; -
• Losrorrascr Sno , 6ir nts una•lstate.
The Riehmond Dispatch publishes a letter
from the Rebel arm 7 ivhichsays:i-;-"Lortg.
street -wait shot by Mahone'a Brigade, by
mistake." It is a singular coincidence If
true, thrt two of General.
, the best Rebel
2 —Stonewell — Jackscin and ;Longstreet—
;should have been thus shot.:
As %Oita Ca
Te following it the moat' important of,
the isttelligence which had reached us du 7
ring, 'the past week ,
The, battle at Spottsylvania which was
ftiught on 'aurally of last week is now
fully eiplahied. The Confederate eastern
flank rested on Spottsylvanis ; the western
Sank: on the Po, which at that point runs
a short distence soitth. after Wards curving
around in the rear of the town. Burnside
. was on the Federal eastern flank ; Wright
west of Burnside,' and Warren west of
Wright: General Hancock, 'who had been
is reserve; mare:led forsiard just before'
daylight between }Burnside and Wright.,
and, suipriaed the eneuay'is eas tern k..
In the Confederate" work's a little creek
ran tieiween this eastern • flank and 'the
rest'ef their positron, making a Idle Op:
ifenoook surprised the Confederate troops
who held,s sort oft mound An - fro:A.4,f this
creek, and it proved an Deasy capture.
Thirty cannon were tihen oi with between
three - and fouriheusand prisoners; VMS'
opened Thursday' battle. Hancock suc
ceeded. in securing eighteen of the cannon
and sending themito the rear. Before he
could secure the; others, however, the
enemy made a strenuous attack to regain
their lost ground. The cannon lay in the
low gap where the creek ran,, on ground
alternately in, the possession of the two
"mica To assist Hanoook, Gen. Bohr
side, on the extreme lett, was sent into
action; and Warren, on the right, opened
a heavy cannonade. Burnside was repul
sed with heavy losses, and does not ap
pear to have gained any iigeound, or been
engaged. after ten or eleven o'clock....
Wright was then i sent to, Hanciock'i as
sistance, and the contest raged around
the twelve cannon. The 'Confederates
however succeeded in recapturing ail ef
them. In front of Warred on the eastern
flank an artillery.doel was kept up for
some time when Warren ordered tichszge.
eorPs advanced, and ter a moment,
ca tared the enenty's works, but the Con
federates receiving reinforcements, Wan
ren was ultimately outflanked and com
pelled to move his line eastward until be
was close to the Position Vacated by
Wright and Ilastcock ohtheir advance.
When the sun set the Federal line was
Delmore than two mites long, a consider
able contraction' being caused on the
west, by the attack on- w arren. At nine
o'clock the contest closed, Hamm& hold
ing possession of the monad he had taken,
but the Confederates still retaining the
remainder, of ; their works. About mid
night the Confederstes began to cannon
ade upon Iganoock's troops which was re•
plied to. The picket lines were strength.
tined. and an attacked feared. 'At:three
o'clock however, the cannonade ceased.
The number of : gams captured and re
'tensed by Ilanocielt was 'eighteen, all of
them bearing the mark' of the United
About seven On Friday Morn
ing, the pick.* , reported that the Con
federates- had, retreated. , They withdrew
carrying their baggage and nearly all their
wounded with them. along these two
roads. General Hantiook. was ordered to
follow, - andfound then just beyond the
Po, entrenched 'in a new position on its
southern bank. ;Their retreat had been
in all about tour miles. The Federal
army was then Moved np to Spottaylvania
Court House, and that , place was made
Grant'. headquarters.: Hancock with the
advatioeftras on the river's edge. Owing
to the heavy rains on Wednesday 'night
and Thursday, the roads were very heavy,
and these movements were made with
Reinforcements, variously estimated at
from twelve to twenty•five thousand have
been sent to General Grant. Pad about
fourteen thousand wounded have already
arrived in Washington.' Eight thousand
prisoners have :been captured from the
enemy since these battles began.
• General* Sheridan's cavalry raid began
on last Monday's week,„ll. passed to the
'east of the ,Confederate position at Spott
-sylvanta, 'end then south to the ' North
-Anna rite,. At' Bearer Dam f ten miles
west• of Hammier 'Junction, • fie cut ;the
,Central. Railroad, destroying .a
.11Fige quantity Of provisions and several ,
trams of:ears ;- besides releasing three
hundred tied seventy-e ight a Federal pri
soners. - He crossed the railroid and went
to the Booth Anna; then turning east he
went to Hanover Junction, again. cutting
and destroying provisions.:
then marched 'Smith' towards -Rich
mond; haring leveret contests with the
'enemy.'' 1141 cressed 'to' the south aide of
the Chiekahominy,ltnind the Confederate
workssurronnteng Richmond very strung,
penetrated to ..within viz 'nein of ,the
town, and o*k:recrossed the Cbinktt
hominy to ifeohaniciville. Here be had
another severe; ochint: and marched
down the 'Chinkahominy •to 'Bottom's
• ' ge, crossed: over, and passing - :below
Richmond he reached:the James river
Just before Malvern Hill. fawning a Juno.
eon with Gen.' Butler., Sheridan's force
nontained nearly all the novelty of Gnat's
onntinuee to strengthen his
worin. litiaiiilly enpected,howerer, that
& vigorous, tungag movement will nom
plate the evacuation of the, rebel lines
without a battle, • ,
On the 15th the rebels silddenly dare
aline battle on borleft, timing
ea=the 'aids and gobbling up•'seve
our -pickets -ha4 driving beck the
reserve. Own& Meade, sod Wright with.
their Stiff were out 'beyond our - froht• at
the time aid bad an Winne,' narrow
iepisirtom caphare, tentawßately efts,-
witrh Gen.lireght threw out a tares un
der cover of the artillery fire, and retook
lbe position, which was, 01:1 important one.
A dispatch from the Army of the Poto
mac, dated the 16th inst., says : After ten
days of intonere fighting. the Army' of
the. Potemse was allowed to rah and rep
erne thennothei struggle. Some change'
lhepositioe of the troops on either suit
Were ' ,gads during the day, and on ',the
414 a slight' skirmish' Ocourrert 'between
Ophttlyi.s( iiii.rebets Were Siori ma=
in MOAK. - ant ' rlghtilink the 'lnr 7
intlfestiC altrakift- ear -
goblet be is pl,tios el the amps Ole
„, t,oll.trtft!:: se LiJj.
spins - V/rCallitleklassWll9ol4nr
the rebels was thus defeated. it is almost
impossible to discover the PKAOt polition
of the awn_ y rut th . - keep in noditithind I
the woods, laibe , stqsingosinertable
ito us. - - ,'', l „ '-'slir, ... •••,-:
~.,4- 7 '4 , •:' 1 .
yThe order Ihrtilte ' :),, . , itlonlil TiktiOilii
has jUsibeell lISUERt ' ' - ' ta* ti . r e '
ment is .nuistettAlt. is** wifeesOkittwt.
The totaV'nershs*.PPS, *Wier VD
,; t) ,
Thuradengagey's en era is nowreau to
18 instead 0f. 42. otal number of , prison.
era espkirsitt hy,us is &QM masher„. o, ,, 90 -
ors 22. Hnw many of ours the rebel! ntrei
tkisiutpoasiblito thces'lmin - Sren'L
- A tfispetkiefronsitheiArmr o the Pato%
iseifilittediterftlitr Itritneurswiwifemes ,
very quiet yesterday along thelises except.
some skirmishing to the center by Burn
'side's men, and the throwing of la few
shells from Binaei's dirition to feel the
enemy, which, lietwerer, elicited po re
sponse. The rebelisharpshootert however
held their g roun d : During this tame a
division of the 24 corps was seattotake
possession of two of our hospitals which
were abandoned on Saturday but with
about 500 men in them. •
The rebel cavaliry had been there and
helped themselveti toiueh attest its they
wanted • and had tialettlated On' taking all
the occupants ay.as 'prisoners, but we
were just in - time o prevent this,' end our
roil - Ott em
wagons b all • away with their
tents, supplies. & . ' A surgeon Who was
left lo charge of the hospitals 'on the Wil
derness battle fields reports the losPture
of 800 of our wounded at,that place, and
their transportation to the rebel lines,
from which he aticeeeded .in making his
The World's Washington dispateh says a
person from Rio mood on the Bth says
the streets of the laity were fall et people
speculating on 'Leda-retreat. but they
seemed confident, of the fortifications be
ing Sweispfulli.fWeAciod. Tims',gar_r_lson
inside the city anioneted - tO' "about "5 - ,000
but can ,be increased in a few : hours -to
double that number., Men and boysbe
tween the ages or twelve and sixty 'hive ,
been incorporated into militia and appoin- 1 ,
tad to the defen+ of the fortitleationr.—
Bragg , was in
fromtnmand. Soldiert were,
a raving from a l parts, principally fro
North and,Seut Carolina. ,
A gentleman recently front G4orgia
whose statement cen'be relied upon, Am-
Mies the followlikg information relative to
the strength of the rebel armies : Leehili
artuy, be says, isi greatly under-estimated
There is nearly 44,0,000 .in the rebel sei
vice. The last conscription added 75.000
to their armies. The. troops of the Mis-•
sissippi are SO,. :The forossat Pinsk*.
kin is lees than 000.. Lee and.Johnsoo
together hive 0.000 of Which Leo JAI
A. N ewborn ,letter states that Lee is
drawing all the rebel forces in North Car
oline to. his relief, and that reheltroopa
from the South' are oontinually passing
over the North Oarolios railroads to rein
force him. ,
Lee, in s'dispatch dated the 11th, claims
a victory on that day, And says Generals
Hays act R. 11. Walker were wounded.
The Richmond.l .4 riek ways the damage
done to the rail bySheridan has been
. 1 • ,
The Baltimor e (Southern) correspond
ent of the World speculates as to the rein
timing of Lee :.-- • f •1
-It is undo hare here that Gen. Lee his
received two b ry reinforcements since
the campaign began. One, 'of twenty
thousand troops from the• West, which i
joined' him on the Bth at SpOtteylvants; ;
and the other o 15,000 trooPsi under Gen.
Beauregard: who were sent up from Rich-I
mond on the 10th and who were to oqcti-1
py the defer oM on the North ; Anna l
Glen. tee fell bkck to that point. Th . *
would, make - 14reiiessforce, 'aftee;fleel
ducting' his p le losses in- tive.tune,
day's campaign , about one hundred and,
fifteen or one 'hundred said twenty-fire l
thousand men, Of one thing you may ,
rest assured, the rebel leaders are deter
Mined to give Oen. Lee enough' troops to t
defeat oar arOies and defend Richmond,
successfully, if they, hare to withdrawi
every, soldier from North Caroling. en .5 1 IF
they , have to leave Gen . Joe Johnston with
rely enou oh linen to hold Atlanta. ' 4l- it r
Before the !actual opining of the'
ent spring eerOaign Gen. I..lehrison ';bad
at Dalton 'andSear there"over 80.000 rete.
ran troops. The rumor , that be-sae re
treated from Dalton had its origin .in, the
fact that he •bias sent away! 20,000 of his
troops, as state d above, to re-intorce ben!
Lee. - i ,
If It is neoetentry to do so. in order to
defeat Gen. ()rent. the rebel leaders, will
draw 20,000 m re troops from Gen. JObn
ston and the perhaps, he will hare to
evacuate Dal . Bat with 40,000oftech
troops as th who compose' bit
(and our Weitern soldier, •have proved
their mettle) (lea. Johnston can fall baok
upon the river first and then opon
the &swab. a d can, at all events, delay
Gen. Sharma 'a advance !upon Atlanta
until thirsts f the campaign in the East
• A Bettina letter -reports the. .
throughtturre wring the tied weer7_.
great number f troops to reinforce Grant:
6.000 to 8.000 through on thelestli.
The Bth N. Y. cavalry 1100:.itroug, station
ed for some hue at Baltimore, has gone,
to the• front:Grant's reinforcement! are
estimated at AKIO ,or 30,000 win. The la
test estimate, f our killed, wounded ! ilia
raking is 45,000. 1
Dispatches from Gen.' Butler' rec4iitid
May 17th rennet the seems of his•expti.
dition under Gen. Kant. to ant the Dan.
villa road a' destroy., the •
across the Ap reattox.
On Monday teeming the enemy in Icntle
ender cover o a think fog. made 'ari at
tack upon Elmlth'i Iltte and forced it haek
insane confusion and 'otinsiderabinless. -
Itgt as soon asi the tog lifted, Gee. Smith
tit-established his lines iitid the enemy
watt driven batik tii his original fiddilon.,
At the m a ne time the engioy made tin
attack frometersburg on Batler'i Ibiens
guarding the rear , but were handsets*
repulsed. Th troops haying been on' duty
five days, th of. which were in a run
storm, ()en. Butler - retir leisurely with
in his own'li e . We h ld the railroad
between Pete burg and tehinand.' Pris
oners state th t Bragg and' Davis were--en
the field. ' ;. ; ,
Dispatches train Sigel , report that on
Sunday •be fOught, theforma of Echols
and ;Imboden under, 'Brakenridge 'it
New Itrirket, that the 'enemy's forces were
superior in'inmber, and that he gradnisl
ly. withdrew Ikons the battle field, and re
crossed the 'Shenandoah having lost 5
pieces of irlliiiiiiVout 1 600 silted and
wottlidid tin 504ribent* wit ltitkfttging
,11 his trainsl
and ill the wounded that
"Mould be transperted from the battle ! field.
He states th t in consequence of the - long
line and the rains thatlid to be gnArdstl,
be could sot bring , more the; Aiu;•togi
utrato iota , • fight,besidce
and cavalry nn' that the (meat 'hild'a-'
bout '7,000 i Wary', , bei!dit Other Inns - ,
that his e movement - to • tkiu
burgh was ' in perfect order...ll h
oot tiny loos of, materiel . or men.., ge
giro 49.114 , oesusitieti. , . 1 ,
_ - Presets , Plittiss at .114.rwe Arratew; •
-On Thursday night wham. Genorat , lAe
estreeted, h• . Mtn*” swung, his, , ,f**.tfull
dank book .to the P4l , so; as to presets) a
north;mistm* trait to Grant • 716 Ming.
as- was summed, attend= the" itidand
north of 'tail Po: ~ Hiii itiekets-see in.
Spottsylvanis C. H., and'heldthe mountry.
for about hair uitilltw north of it. gen,
Grant's 'Has} he edvaneed ' about - half a ,
mile, and his headquarters ,area angle ,
SO ei hell ,or *kik - 01T, Spottel,
vania thus ti ' in neutral grouil i er !et
be %tight ,itoirbtayond'Ute he Rio,
priioriere' • gnat Thurfakes Okrtras
as t • me thatot Tneedayr/ii, fiL
• The Aroma& the i Patinae, mug ; sio;
country wait ireatiaw ,Ttaa 'rain hos oented
lout the greeo4 hell so,thigov4o47 491,1.t•dt
that Ness* days must e r t. ueNie tytti..
W i hi liral +Vgl il liiii ' :. ' iitifirfct i
tamed has restored theta to their former ;
vigor. The rebel army, is kept as much ,
concealed as possible, sad II is orgy by
pie et firing that theii. rig - is reveal
ed' "_ . - WI
risoid the be* •
11t -n . ..t. b* .. WI thus and
13.4 • P" is' .• ' ' ' who are ' '
sal4, i. l . - ou ' *
Iv, ... •• • ' wig toe gran
eAs • . • - sixty ds s
t~hle. • .. • Sisitt-Shireoraforts
honse and the gore of their Meads. ' On
Mendell': brisk.shirmish took piece-be
tween Birastillivisioh and the enensy.
(missed - 114, -- an; attempt to " feel the rebel
•litiei.: The-losses were slight. A spy who
ell*.rinesiftwivh._ f - , blesoefAhoossaf-mas.
trled by a dose:Ailed ; court ourtial end
. . ,
, A spasi; 14 ihdbitioliketi :Commerriet.
,dated Ganly Bride, May iT, says a courier
arrived thip morninidirect from General
'Crooks. He his fouoo thews tattles near
Newbern with- the forces under General
*organ, -Bam. Jowort and 0, G. Jenkins,
gaiding:Kismieto ' victory , ore" the ene
my: The -enemY•list six iiiiidiedliTted
and wousderi(saull:thril liondred priso
ners., General 0.0. Jenkins isiliiatoonr
hinds mortlliv woudded. Oar, loss was
Toni 'hundred failed and wounded. A.
Wge railroad' bridge Over - New river, at
. Newborn. with severil miles of track, 'was
oenipletely destroyed.. Gen. - Crook was.
at Newborn-on the 13th-inst. • . • •- .
L The news from General Sherman is
cheering. •Ressei, ilsorgiwwss captured
;On Monday, with , 10 Oprisoners,
iind 0 rebel trains going • south with-sap
plies., Johnson is .in • full, retrest,, , and
Saeraisn is rapidly pursuing him. The
road to items wa s hoosedlstely pissed in
running ok.der. 1 , , ' -,' • '
Lower ON" - run' Itinraenhir , diatin
guiehed" State Sei.ntitr, him covered hileielf
oneelnere with "glory.""-He hes stede.see.,
ther ipoeoh, and , all the world • Moen tl*l
WWI' he spiel's soweething is nee SO Weald.
It is not wise 'or' witty,' It
i j oirryieb, and witeine soy that ? we,Mein
that it is certain to be more tall 0 elbstutiktii
;bombast' than way other mu is thenenatry
could possibly cram i iota the same amount
of ipseo. The oclailoa to which we infer,
:was at the swedes of „the late Republican
State Convention. in PlSrienvii- "Our*tor," "by hook or crook," or is other weds,
"by begging and whinier, sad keeping oboe
to the cositilii — ot egfereaOlitd - atiatned to
the surpassing irtiatig elected a dePt•
tete to"the Biltitnere Coaveition. 'WA a
weather of Repnblitian politlebuts," is mind*
deration of the virions Marti of Ihnorkilme
bestowed upon thesiselese sad their relseiver,
intend nominstieg Shamed old Abe tor en.
°Wallas. Halting been made n delegate, ho
at once biomes a greetl awn, and .as greet
ems are • slimy, smoked to. snake .weeehicat.
Conventions. ''par iesator" woe. sot forgot
ten.. The..retiord: imps he "wu milled spas
for some remark.," • but we are not isld:! , 7
whoop—whether byany large Portion of the
Cortractios, -or by nose few of kikpereonei
adherents who had ; bow ettreftdly inetracted
in Abele parts before band. Ili rest le all the
majesty nt hitt new-found dirsity t , .draw
lag Ma face into its hastdeemest expreadom
opened his mouth,.and thea he make:
shall' be very Welt Per three years I
have steed in the Besets of Paaneylveds.
Ton hire whose* me as year delegate to ElaV ,
timers. At all times I hare goon for my
country, right •or tenni. I hate It to saw
ass, ,that. 'emit sot for *sr looms in the
Rousened in the Sateeatire the COP=
would flare owitelteli as of into the
" The Dements hold the key, 0 &pater
. Whiteaprison', bit they wear, or IL
They, have, es all tommaloas voted- every
rotten bank" sad corpenttlea In State.
They haws voted for as tseemmi of *11.4 to
every officer in the Slaw Why Co they, do
-WhY, for lbw purpose of embarrassing
tits Government, reusing W mint sad oh
strutting its armlet.. I shells, to Saltinore.
and r shall tell the people there that the lest
hope of the'Worid depeads apse the deaden
of Abraham lineal. (Temanadins applaam)
Initial tell them that the liberty it the world,
of .our children and ehildven's children, 'de
pends upon the netitleatioa of Abraham
. • "Comma is nielese." Aay person who
had ever read any sit ..ege lesettee'e" , swathes
before, would„ bun, that was oak et his pro
d/WWII without a Rae beteg .aiterdied to It
to mhos the fact. We submit it to the public,
in the full confidence that now of "our Sen—
ator's" aserrtioultagniese Demearsta need to
be refitted in a eminaiiiity where his wafinto
nate weentrieittits ;are so veil haste. •
. imi; The Harriabarg ime ! t of the
Valley issue; pOliakel at, Shlpppulang.
Cumberland oonsti, gives Su Sillerving per
tlcalare of. the Lowry.diaClaro guru], .to
which allusion. wee made ii our ukase last
week. The ova which the
.originated was the one for remenerstiag the
eitireos of the herder . usages for damagm
Curtained daring, the rebel raid of last yesr.
CoL McClure; ini °Winos to the . shoes
ok Rho people of his HOOD.
feyOred propmed ed i ted it wan applied by
nearly all the AbOlition flosaters. the Simi.
arra oorii*ndeat, tele : • T
"On every motion; is mistime •to this in;
whoa it was before the Senate on sommikesed
.tiic Republica's. Senators opposed to it
took occasion to mike long speeches la 1416.
`nation of their motes in order to kill time and
ran. it, overalui Hatt dud foe tM adjesmisesat.
eery thy. suseinds4 la defeating the
bill, and with therm mud rest the responsibil
ity. One of these Seaman,' who is noisy es
all subjects 'Drought before the flue* was
putiocilarly Sou is his .ardeolui as the bilk
often denim:lOUs lit in his remarks, es,"lsfa:
mono:" This same Senator was takes to task
od thole.? Of the Beasts by le premium-hes
honorable minikAir of the musk pasty frets
your neighborhood. on Ifedseedley of last
week. after the adlotuurest of tip aftersotrei
realm for itertalel 'false statemmets,
I ing.thatimproper tellaeresar wen terengke
,bear, on the Mende of the bill to Num lei
*age. Quit' s sosni of ezeitemeat existed
'whilst. the Benstor".‘whe beteg lid aeress.sha
hall tightly held by the out flier by *ego
thriat alludisd tp. The Arords pissed
between the parties were very miry and hind
and fairs *Oro intirtaited for a Wed flit a
pagiliatio • resenstir weld he, hat NI the
door of the Beasts Chamber. The 15eWor
was told that he had Lill sou the sent day to'
It le 'only neeetseliy •to add that et the sight
soaderi, oa the same . day, the grevoletwarer
rue is Wallace end Tarr magi, ata.riltC
by !Akin Iht fetr. l .l l 2 -- •
, Who ,see 'blareci onn i .yallent , fienehme,. ; for
mbkinS 14, r / 14 /040 1 1n , i*har_ U l la 41 4
"liCrne 1 044 11 1 r 47 1101011 b. 1 .. ffer
4 .151 its •4 t'1:017. 41 01V: !mak r!DS! . 1 4 PAY
butyl ,1 .1 4 0 1 1k1r4 1 11411.7 Silstiet ; 4 4
wouldisarre sting that.ilagmanelbalpell,oo, 4.
would. Mt •to norms On!. knelled sr'
discreet put, igd untie*
ArlefehigT• Poc'S,,l l .S the! b .% IhtiLl
.wil4 reward ide wisdam, stri wiralualf
• toyer' seemliest, by , relenniike !bop is 4.
lOwidenworia'araytari, fresh hails
6,041 P1 , 70 114 401. 1 P4! 1 0.
h* *ire •
7. t:• - $. ;
„ Johniollik DV/WO IMIUMP
• • •
.iriltatiavliebe. or ispersamtne, awing
Wisionso io attpst l as !HOBO oar iirantras
valeta leforo. IA • jog,
144. " tax iesrv!‘"ltirs• 'of
.IiVP?Ff 1°11 . 4 **:" i 1:.444*
„ Si% Ws ASIR in*/ imoutir.,
te ban WM n••
I) • "
4.1 r ..111.5t .
a . eirl/gl6l64lWititAwalbsito sib.
Jett to Cootivosoo. liesdratir, Giddtatpot, Moire-
woo sat sloglog la thia ears, arising from too groat a
low of Wood to the heed, should he without
ftralillMfli ?Ma i g . ,olghly 'dengerois liar
toss Ell Mt II O, t Ir flosedle,tit use.
. ~ _
r • . . Irrr, or , sarcoserszCo„ H. Y., seven
. - age, • used firendoth'i PUts for
- t ... a .: is his • up•dielne. *hes he feels
it,.,,.. belt at Cold, Rhe metier:2, Asth
.. ,W , titian, eetlons, Costiveness, or Int.
. 7.r .- .... vs der, ha doss nothing b4.t
tab alinc.doba PO Itraadratter Me. ;.
His usual method Is to tare ex pills, and redoes the
4oaa, Gaeta WAR alle OIL DI stets alio* of - tietooto
tortsoati tlyol4ra, this niethottkas ;tenor filled
to matoro hive to *oath ; and tor • ma& list J. Iti kind
.44%117_Prt stigioto, . Ertip,&o4 ail !aspect/Ibl. des!
M' is smidiatans 1 • . j : inyl4-1122.
amain A R 1 -
Ti l r.
at wricou 1149101110N/4 th at
X Sob op for monunit to tit* nowoparrs and Pave
to oblivion , aro also GRIND DI3COPERI23
which take a pm:tweet hold el ?Mike sityrmitioN sod
Lase roe ALE Onip. Pro:dant among the lette: eiejo
, Clitt4SPoo0 194 'RAIN DYE,,
• varatabl• prouralkm, harmless u wator r which la
11,* adautaa TR4NSFORIL GHAT Milk (what, of far
aiiiChaaaoialloito'Wa black or ea etaky r l og broirti
Mkt' tails aaiipasitlow sad IblaiLskio in' its otsnitit
*4618,01 itepttlartty with both_ spiel, with „My
ttlea9C 1KCiA.11414.10 9,llparts of tlttiiforl4. - .
Illaantmetared y J.CRISTAPORO, tio.e xittar How,
Niw.Tort. Sala by all Drngglatsand applied by ail Hair
Drampur. • • • myla•lat.
Tug • ii.nigiTror noicoviuty ,ov Tne
• AcHlL—ricivimi.' families and others can pnicbase
DO nmadF !Prig to Dr. Tobias'. Venetian Linlammt
dyentery,mais, 'croup. *Tonic rhennia lista. sore 'bre ate,
toothache, wee Meknes; mita, bartr;• rigs.' %stela*
Old sore% bPseinhe. inosquito bitosi pains in the limbs.
ellosst.lot, Atm r tuts not ere role( the sumer VIII
• tostemami. MI that Is asked it a trial, and use it se.
manling . MAU •Irmettons. -• •
Di.TOlWlr.Delf `lr. I hir e u.s,l your Venetian
Liniment in my family for a namher ofJ ean. aiLdbelistor
It to be the best sztiet , for *bat It Is reeommandsd that
Ilan ever el. For'svidden attach of Group It is' in
valuable. I 101 66 hesgatipn in recommending It for
SU the uses It professes to , tire hire sold it for many
pare, and Ocilla entire sattatketten.
. 'CHAS. H. TRIUNES.
• giagnyo — Thri,' W. J., May 8;1855. . • 7
' Tripeasad - 14 nut. 'Ap dbf Alt druggiais. flak,
it Corthadt Street. Niv
DQ yov.Awasu R B CUSLEDE—DR.
. CRA.Dr.9 ENGLICII SP.ECIFIC PILO care. In Len
than *days, bike worst eases of te ERVOUSN 994, Itopo-
Wow . Prernatnre Dee ty Sonfial Weakness,/ Inessnty,
sod AU Urintrh geseal and Nervosa' Affections, no mat
ter trees 'bat emarprodnoed. Moo daedllbse per hes.
Rsat.'W es leaffl, bP Malt, on reeelot of an order, •
A g JaafE4 9 BUTLER,
sial94.n. ! Station D. Bible Honae,'New York.
A4llllltrunAN, sated of t ?rename in •
eorttpaShPregootztro Nosy owl Yoottlfat Error,
actuated by a desire to beeetit ethers, will lie happy to
tarnish Wail petio need it, (free of cher") the noir
baid..4inielleal foe reeklog.the iiircriee remedy limed la his
mum.ThoiL to watt lajr_ttle experience. and
poems a V(leeble Hemeel), •ilyeceire the lime s by
retaralesalii iewrefully_ses'ed,)b add:twirl ,
, • Jo:Mr itt. 013 VT, •
wayl4-3m. r No. 02,..blasame!Etr et„ X. Y.
I Strayed. , .' •
QTRAYE'D' from the.premises
44' intbserliber, oa abe. Bnihpie Reed, lll l9 ,
mar Trench street, on Monday - 9tit; a •
Baal R. Oirw, witira white streak on thil
bath. Meat Minus lid and a rope around her neat. Any
paressas pawns giving information of bar whereabouts
or retaming her to the °twat will be tiberativ row - wand.
• :Bye', Same of • cosmos lasso, at the east
1* waked. ' —N. 7. Tribass. _
4114.1 1 141,, ,, _
Inquire of Km Swett on Court Street- 8 door
Oltottesid Street, Erie. ; nay2l-Im.
ndlik Erie 11. Propeller Line.
BUFFALO, ERIE AND DETROIT WEEK
- LT LINE. THE STAITNOH PROPELLER
1 1 1 0/ O TAr ;' • ..•..VIIINfi.I.4-VV. Tsai Patti*,
liana Me for Detroit starry RATURDAT, at 7
Oak* p Warning on INEDNE4DaT asaratng, and,
klbrll tat Nagai° at P o'clock. Leaving Buffalo for Mr
Man einnist at II o'clock. liaviar first durum:n=-
800 pr Paulsen awl good capacity for Prelgkt.
Tatteasomdialtod. arl on board or to
9.111. VALVE.. . ;
Gaol tiger and Fr:right Agent,
At Oral & Farrar's Stott:
rt 011 . 7,CRaia t CO., Ageats,Tuffsio.
L MIMS& D. D.lY.itsaa, Agentr, Erie.
8.0. Gum Btamt h On.Larr, Agents, Detroit.
- F.o` R W A—R DtNG.
WEEM - 1864.
IPiewartMag & Connission Merchants,
UGH= fillititt, Obi CANAL, ERIE, PA.,, •
Ara saw proparod to naive and forward goods by Ca•
sal e upon as roasonsble Wins and promptly as any
otlar hem in Oda MY.. lteold'og near the Yr bye Hons.
vas ire lie Obentantly Is attobdanea, tarty and late, and
jrapotrarfil %forwarded by Rest glad boat roostair, even
doaahl It bo Were or eiter: r grata. bxsiuss keen', thus.
"41881taiguk dolor often elperisneed in. shipping goods
Ws bars 0113 recOrwra st(0111y of
NOME -AND BLACBASUITII'S COAL.
wbkb weatr ieadyno deliver is quantiles to snit the
parebaosr. We an also in *motet eta quaatity of -
fir besse up. *AA we will deliver at a -mall advance
Diet OWL • Give as a sail.
Isl2reitt • • , • EL BI7IITON .at 90N.3.
ammo gum— sTEWING AND STEEPING
With tb. Flom* t4l L4gbte thiltekim t
in ecolatrnatinge easily keptjn order,
Waist& Inonaahl _ eat religion? bare on
Drsi r rises fillrader.
pimple +Meat alas most popular nor
greet mini imila Is i Mg 000klog small &Ai
da% and em u analolko fold foe a vest many
Pram; MHO L idiallOne oat the anabolarme car
will,* aarrtthaaNk Sainavf e Americas.
botral—tent, barrack, pic
rsMel7 oe sick room it ig an -article of
. !t1 fasti...l.l.rtatitor
, esontitnoes foe getting up
beiarat. siert notice tor surgery and general hougebol4
perpeses, ens impertantrint is the Raving in
east eoal Ares N. r t Zratiag Pest.
PRIOR PROM TWO TO SIR DOLLARS
CAPACITY PROW ONE YOtTit CARTEL
THREE ARTICLp,OOOKED AT ONE TIME
Amessii4for oel of Coal Oil, or Gu. A despir
the piapistel riles(nroisked giatiw Alas,
THE lIEPON' ATTACHMENT,
• ram* 5(6313mi,
To be attedwd to a, tOmmon, Soroatrut Lamp or Go
Nome, by which inter al/Cy bo. NNW sod End rook-d
Mao sataiwed to support -V.VSRY /AAIUN
R. to:RUSSELLe 44*M.
Ne. MP's:lSt., N. Y.' )
AGENTS WANTED. •
4 - :_riFIN I N I ALLO, at ERIE B .
ON and . after Monday, • May - ICtti , 1864,
Paamener Traias 'Mean on this Mad as follow'.
L O I.X - 1 1 4/KAroj t attaratas, at West44lll.
•NI A. ma and lowa, stopping at all Stations
and ageless at Balialomt 10 30 A. M.
I Is P. 11 4 De 149.844
stopping at North East, West
Dan _ Silvan Creek)gait iAngola, and
airrebagoat BMW Atli OS fIN.
• 42 P.L. Clinoinasti Inputs, stopping at Westfield,
• Ditaktria aid BU, Cteelt,,an4 anima •,at Baaalo
at 9 66P.
The Deg tom seameta at.Deakhir - nod Marco. A
tha Night limas at BOW° only, with Express 'train"
inoNglf 19111..nilaUla Boston, n.
r' itili)s6,W O VWVßtiblUlaoi.
• NI A. M., /*roe, stopping at all St a tions ex.
etyt ..Tarsitam,Ormalax., Morehead and
Weave,* &Meta at 14[4 at-9 80 A. ti.
?.IDey stopping at Angola, Sliver
at Me at 2 6d, P. ]
.; Attloktiatallttd4egtilaisi and North Banc neltring
4 10..L i t i nte ika, st i vaku At all Stations and
•41911341% ',et/ 0/
10 IS P. K.. "04 .111arrama, stopping at Angola. Silver
C 25 K inslyhWirk and Wastnald, arriving at. Erie at
— ltiEfr'Wftfaiefs tin nannlaiTalcUik ti,* Ede time.
Nay 1863,- • i v Lt d GRANT. Sant:
'MANSE . OF . IIItE. pOMDIENcING
.Ifeed9. Otsi 11 , 111 ,.. 1111 , ,4 -
: T 114.1118 4.4,1M.411 1 / I ,ARD. •
leausandallau; 'stet at , an Madam aid
• • ntinmat Shama at 11 16 P. - .• •
119 114 Trolgits No. I.•atoti at all Watley. mart
Ora" &PAW. anti* Balk Clark. and Rairli'a
• ;;‘'T . Panne% anhirrat Illorra at 16 P.
- . 111 # 187 40rILIMM
A.44.,Airsamesediw impsakl :61.ismas. and
when at Girard at 11 11 P. Y. •:„ •
7 NA. rififtuabs. kilo". allalatiass.aiespt
l anita: ll nremtm. - =ian.., tannin. Centre Road.
• . antra Mt Girard at 12 15 P. 51.
Ze it Ma tont& Itbia
by atattit"ltiot , vpliiks
Alogtraillige. the RbiarrivrLatecoll
Aims berfth Stkit. Lk city.
fikkrobe, IMO k
• biro • haskoci , •7 b
AI 0 411 it/ Tbr bibinktesisibbs sad Knit%
m io 0r to k
am% ..;: t 47 "'1 " r
Cleveland and Erie
O • 111111114M111%
N and after Monday, ,N AT'
and until further antic..., 'asatas.,
-4 follows, viz:
.0 A. Y. Day &arms, sto'ps at 41.11",
'I AD*, Mao:Wien, Operna, Azittatell;(
,Girard. mitres at Vain at 1 1/1 P. it
t. Jhu„ eleciaaatt Expreari„ atnsa
Antal/bull awl Girard, arrive' at tri,
2 64 r. $_ salt sal lesoreandatioe ha
. stalled/. and arrives at Krie at t Cu
9 19 P. M.:Night RxPlitle Tvela gap s
Asittabada 40 Girard, nnlj , *as,
12 111 P tt.
• LEAVE ERIE
A. M. Night4lltpreer Train atope at
bola sad raloemvitlo only, 4 .4
/I 00. A M.
A. M. Yalt and Accommodation;
alt U. • batons and &mires at Cu.,
it 40 A.M., Toledo Repress, otoppinz et
et " switriril Saybrook, Uainnntl
tor and Wickliffe, antra at tleccia
Dag Express, atop at Girard, Con
an d patueeeille, arrives at Clertisoil l
.'lt the through trains Koirig
ilkireelaad with trains for Toledo, Chicagt
cloastl, Ludiaaapolle, hc. he.
All the through talus going F.utward, l
title with the trains of the N. Y et Knot
Balite with the N. Y. Control and Buffalo
gastrouila, for Now York, Albany. Bogor,
. NITTIING H A M,
CHANGE OF HOURS,
1110NZ4Y. *AT 16, IWil.
Tralas vtil lasse Dunkirk at about the
Stastaboat ZaFroas 4 ....... ?
The Asamazoodatlaa rams nary ;iv
cam. MlN(yr. 0,
CLARK'S DISTILLED RESTA
• FOR .THE RAM,
Restores Gray & Faded R
TO MI NLWLLL COLO
AND 18. A MOST LIIXIIRIODS
For the Head and
la an unequal
Is good tor
Is good for
Is good for old
Is splendid for
Keeps the Hair in
Stops Itching an
CLARK'S RESTORATIVE you ,
No Lady will do
- CLARK'S RESTORATIVE,
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* $1 par boto bottles for gs.
C. G. CLAILK VO,Troi
s: 111RN83 & CO, S. Y., Genesi ice!
Us as 10-
THESE BONDS . _
Act of Cola:ream of March
that all Bonds tined under this
FR tY TAXATION by or under t
authori'y. Subscriptions to these
United States note, or notes of Na
are TO BE REDEEMED IN COIN, at
Bovemsent, at MIT period IlltiON a
rty yews from' their date, and FL V E PER CENT. INTERICST WlLL eat
on Bonds of not over one hundred del
on all other Bondi metal annually. !
Willson the did depk e eLliarch and
; • heetiltera will receive either &gilt%
Bonds. as thiNnay prefer. Registered Bou.
al on the books of tiawil. S. /mower, of
(erred only on the owner's order. Coup
payable to the bearer, and are more man , :
jagCribsre to thin loan will hare the op
their bottda draw Interest frono . lfarth
teemed intoned In coin (or in Vaned St
the note' of National Nuke, addict Any
Mw6thm) or metro them drawing Ism
date of subscription and deposit. As these
Eienglfeng ilaskipal sr State
their value la increased trout roe to three
tuanum, ascording to the rats et to levies
parte of the country. At the pnient rate of,
gold they pay
OVER Ewer PER CEfl. INTERISI
la curreocy, and are of equal a onvenlesee
or temporary investment.
It I, believed that no monerlos olre7 DO
merits to lenders sa the esetoas deseripi
Bonds. In all 'other forme Of indebtsclor
elbtlity of private parties or Stock com;
communities only Is pledged for ray mei
debts of the Vatted State' the 'thole
wintry ts holden rabbettro the payment.
pal and Interest in coin.
Theme Bonds any be =ascribed for la
tip to any magnitude, on the same terms,
made equally available to the =Wiest tea' :
capitalist. They can be converted fats
moment, and the holder 'Wilt hare the tie
- iitWay be useful to state to We coil
total lunched Debt of tins United States ,
to payable, In gold, on the 3,1 diy k
871111.966,009 e The interest on this tea ,
nandyou will be $43,337.13 4 1, whUE the c
In gold for the current Meal year, es 4
1354. Win so far at Um rate of oTer
It will to men that Ma the proem
the Government it, largely in mow et
Treaserer for the payment of go'd tar
aunt illeNisel Or the tarter will doubting
rioseirila frolheMrJorna on the IWO IlEt
Masi to $160,000,000 per annum.
Inetraetletto,to the National Brat
arrests were not lined from the E'er
until ilareb 20, Ent In the And three
anbaerktenn averaged more than Tl
Bebseliptices 'will be received by the
Fist National Bank 0 /
sad AT National Ranks whtett an
Pgb li c 12,00 •7. and all RIZ4I'ECTIBLB
BAMUIRS Itkmonallnut tits country, lid
Of tins NaUonal Depositary! ri,ELL w hi
information on appttesUon, and A iF UY
• Farm for
Sale lita Yana, 'Rooted
en tbt road leading from
23 mileeftem Canard aintioa
R, 11cpetaine aboatlo7 mires,
isonrit ed;and lEe nit Se rod
to fan rinse proximity. • Mr,
are u~ra ode,osebralo
r doe on
maimed, and la nomaidered
to Coaeoad Seemaltip.,
be espeeted to be
and teamarbie ttaw wi
remainder. Andy to
4u. cub. hid 01 •
PROMISOR Or MOM
te.. H. A. SPENCER holing
tly tho city of trifo
Auwatlo= l oalio In the Ifni of Ms Tot
04:air lineation will bogies , to SWO .0
et Um M. whir and rodeos On 101_,k
loam ematess sod Plasbos tho
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