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[Rem the IC:pm&
McClellan'. Nomination. •
♦ CAMPAIGN CONG, NT M. MUM AM
us—" Old Uccle Slow."
Oh, about tour years ago g
I would hare yen for to know,
1110 a might time eleetioneerlng
,Yaoy etarted in the than;
Bat Old Abe he won the run,
ailightway for the White Hots* he was steering
eh, oh, oh t don't you hear its now I
Democrats can staild against apostle* ;
- Solet•Abelast clear the ttaek,
for revs noralcited "ILte,"
oleo's boaad to hs the tint Cigar of the Nation-
Thai e►ermal:4nd thin cruel war.
' Mach the pipoele now deplore,
A ,Valosilse had millions to defend it,
Bat:with Proel►matton here,
♦nd Eniziteipation them .
Lincoln and his tribe will teesr and it.
Citozen-06, 0h,.0h T to
Usti lot it to our alia
To sloes thle warlike game;
kad smooth of Blood and SpeonlaUos,
For we're taxed in every way,
►kite Shoddy roles the dey,
Ws almost time we had an alteration.
Caearra-06, oh, oh I as
the memory of our dead.
The breve boy's who're fought mid bled,
no rent la for their Country's salvation,
Well suite both heart sad yoke,
?aided the People's Chafe*,
most he the mat Chief of the Nettles.
Ctromf&—Then oh, oh. oh I ke. „r„.
Attu for the Iris Observer. 3
tater/Min Letter troft liaaffaky.
• Ammo Tux MODN,AIN.9„ • -
AWAY Dower IN "OLD KAINTIICE.,"
_ Sept. 16, 1864. '
Dees Ossitirsz: I am still extending my
Laquaintanosein the mountain districts,' and
:Id it rather pleasant than otherwise. loc
nasally meet unexpected travelers—not
pstrillu inch as might have been met here a
ts weeks ago. Only two days ago "a solitary
lineman" (and that was me) might have been
stn aeackni - his way up a creek ("Branch,"
balled here) between the lofty cones of the
Cusberland mountains, forming on either Aide
tootinuous range, covered to their very tops
,oh timber, among which is a fair proportion
if pillow pine. Whilopuicending the northern
bps of Boone's Gap, he heard the sound, of
;preaching hoofs, abd just as he had reached
as summit dividing .the waters of the Com
eland - and Kentucky rivers, he was aroused
tithe sound of familiar voices, and looking
tp met face to face three of: Erie's sons, who
coned to be enjoying the scenery and pleas.
atly passing the time as.well as the country.
After exchanging suongratidations, I seV, my.
hakes at work and, inn - hired where they came
`span, what they were lookin' arter, where
aty were-going tow, and when they'd likely
to !pin' hum, the price of butter , the pros
;sets of Ab 9 ram 'Lincnni,_ bad Grant taken
?stersourg t and before I 0004' think was
muted by one of them, who was a cute fel-
Int, Huns I tar springs--a tavern if they
one—when they-got their business
don- fifty cents—bad—no. I. was quite=
tty baste by this. I could not understand why
'ey came all the way from Pennsylvania for !
r, and tried by various approaches to get
;mission of the explanation. Mut the fellow
baked me fora long time. At last I pulled
hm my saddle bags a small flask containing
distillate of corn, such as can only be found
the mountain4stricta in its purity, and
sprung I mine onliin, and carried:the fellow
assault. When he saw it was usellse to 1
• t ðer ' he surrendered like a man snit
aid me that tar springs meant oil, real oil,
tut these Kentuckians didn't know any better
ad so they humtired their- -vernacular. He
aid they had been on the trail for some days
ad bad found "right smart" of tar sprit:w—
an, in fact, they had - Secured about ten
silts of the richest oil territory (several thou
lad acres) he haCeyer seen; that It was a
trip about a mile wide, and that the oil was
tutting up through:the rocks for the whole
fittace at points not more than half a mile
hntt, ant that his company had leased almost
Cot it and intended to commence work lei-
Isdistely. I asked him where it was. He
aid way &Own in - the -risanntains. I said,
star J echo said tether 1 and he said nothing
-didn't hear, and I couldn't get a, word out
ditip in relation to the place ; bat he chewed
ts some of the tar, and the appearance was
he and without odor. ' I asked him - to islte
n in, and he said the company teas 'WI; that
tkinght the property was worth about
millions of dollars and they were op-
. • tO - diwiding it ußinto email share's • that
.Ity were inoOnvettient to handle .— Queer,
• These fellows have huated'oil before, and
they have left in their route of explore
is not worth hiving. Some eharp,Ren—
uttlans hid been on the ground before them,
ttheirnonree was not marked by any die ,
eimination or well directe4 effort, forpie beak
etitory wits left.
abounds in minerals, oil, coal,
41 4 sulphur, iron, Sc. At 'every mile yon
esetsenlphur spring, many of them quite u
smog and having-much the same tette as
Ant water,- while occasionally n chalybeite
opting is met with.
'Daring the last week mai; has been said
dont the Presidential candidates in - the
cantata districts. Here almost the entire
'At will be cast for McClellan. In the towns.
Vre official patronage is felt' Lincoln sill of
toutse got a large vote. On Monday last Col.
Wolford spoke at Richmond. Madison county,
m favor of McClellan, and I have since learned
List he has been arrested for some thing there
avid. Two citizens of Richmond, • Rev, - Mr.
fronton mid Mr. Turner, a lawyer, have-been
incited, but hmyulot learn-what for. It
tells pbe very generally conceded that if
Cygnets .are not used to control the election,
Ott the-Democratic ticket will- be elected by
barge majority. Democrats say here thatif
.sir slaves will help the Government theytire.
tiiiiwthey should go, but they do protest
l itintOutlinA ils l a Plietei pa 1 4- 0 .9401 Y
tat them. The negro men have mostly gone
ltd left the women and children at -ixotoelor
stir. masteri to suPPoit.
I em informed that the negroee have nearly
topped volunteering. Several Influences have
*to brought to bear to accomplish this. In
tit fun place their masters are: now paying
lino for their labor, and, secondly, they have
turd ranch of the hardships of a soldier's
ft. and are not disposed to undergo them.
lily did ixtot commence the war and have no
tcootition to fight, and are entirely willing
lit white men should attend to the matter.
But I must close. I intended to have writ
ttt you a useful letter but have not got to it
let, and lest I weary your patience,
ewe by relatio . rwhou I em told is a filet." A
asa bored for oil some eighty br one hundred
tiles from here and "after he - had • got down
*lntl hundred feet, one morning as be was
;Lott going to his work, be (being a very pro
V ' ie olio) said that be was already within'
1 r a locker the infernal regions, and if he
luttted might hear the hens scratch. Ile went
it his work and towards neon actually struek
"It to oil vein, which-spouted up with greet
caught fire and . burned the derrick and
ti around. lie was much alermud, and
° o4 iteti his horse and rode to th e town, many
7 4 41 distant, and swore be bid of his
'viand it was already on Are. This may not
Vie, bat I give it as I received ite.for. a
ma. Tom, ' :1741011.
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,ITEMS "OF - ALE SORTS•
ThW vrayie thaies,
which has hitherto supported Lincoln, has
run up the McClellan and Pendleton flag.
The Wyo could* 3lerror.si Lin
coln paper,.bas deceased.
—A vote was taken in batteries A and
B 10th battalicin light artillery of Roches
ter, a few days ago% with the following re
Linooln,. , -21
—('en. McClernand's views in reference
to 'the election are thus stated' by the
Springfield; illinois; oorreiiiiondont of - the
St, .T.;ouis Repiiblican-: •
"11_ having been denied byßepublican
prints that. General McClernand - would
support Gen; McClellan, I am prepared 'to
Make good my former statement with tel
eran-be to the former's position. He will
not only support McClellan, but also the
whale Democratic ticket, Cs he has uni
formly done In the past.". •
eon. Carolus Noyes, the leading Re
publican member of the Vermont Legis
lature for the years 1861 and 1862, in de
clining the nomination this year, gave his
reasons as follows :
"Permit me to say, gentlemen, that I
have never cultivated the art of conceal
ing-my opinious,and while Ido not regard
the expression of them u important, I
desire to state, in order to remove any
misapprehensions, that I. honestly believe
that corruption- in office and the love of
plunder are doing more to destroy the
tulininistration• and the Government than
the rebels can 'doly force of arms; and
that that dais of active "patriots" who
love 'the government so well that -they
want to eat it up, is quite too large. If
there is ne other, way to stay and check
this shameful corruption in office and con
tracts, it is easy to foresee that many loyal
men will be ready, as a last resort, to wet
oome a change in the administration.
• —ADiitocaarta U. a Sztravea GAMED
tzt Onoox.—The United States Senator
elect from Oregon, in- the place of Mr.
Hardidg, is Hon. George H. Williams, En.
Chief Justice of the State. He was' an 80.
tire Douglas Democrat, and is now a Mc-
Clellan Democrat, making_ther Union the
one condition of peace. Harding, who
goes out, is a Republican.
We are informed that at the Aboli
tion meeting which took place at German
tewn. on Wednesday evening, the soldiers
who had been sent out to grace the gath
ering by their, presence and applaud Lin
coln' and Johnson, somewhat distirbed
the temper and calculations or :their
"friends" by Cheering for "Little Mac."
Those soldiers, we opine, will not again
be brought out to swell the ranks of an
--.*0311 von McCa:ALL—Many of our
readers- will remember Col. Moss, of Mis
souri, the bold moss-trooper, who led the
Fremont forma at the Cleveland conven
tion, choked down all opposition to his
chosen - candidate, and s - lucked by a nu
merical majority, dictated a nomitollon
. the Grant men from New York and
Pennsylvania. The . redoubtable Colonel
has, since the withdrawal of Fremont,
came out for McClellan.—Ckvelcmd,Lader
Gtqfttiaii - J - • -
-L A letter from an officer at Atlanta
gays: " I heard several-days ago - of the
nomination of General McClellan for the
Presideng, and to-liar I. read his letter of
aociTtance. His ' letter bay brought me
back again, soul and body, to the Demo.
erotic fold. I trust, for -the good of the
country, he may be elected. ',Let me tell
you one thing, and mark it, all stuff to
the contrary netwititstanding ; Wig this :
This army is not yet converted to the Lin
coln rule. General McClellan is not with.
oat h~aiarid ! cf*lngml 04 , 1 :nowitx*o
will give hiM tipArAtippo. 7,1."
I — A Michigan'Aginient• passed down
over , one of the Michigan railroads last
Saturday.. A vote-ares-takes-ahoard the
train for President, which restuted in 75
Majority for . McClellan. The boys cheered
IcatilY for Little Mac along the road.
' Hon. James Loomis, Who. has- been
claimed as a Republican by the Lincoln
presses, presided at a Democratic meeting
is Bridgeport. Connecticut, last week.: •
—As President Lincoln was pixwaiing ,
- up Seventh dreg * Washiaskoh;* feti dais
ago, escorted by his body guartt, ,he Melt
some distance above the Northern Mar-
Itet l a squad of cavalry coming dOwi the
street ; Perceiving the 'Presidentawd re.
cognising his familiar 'features, the caval
ry men role in :their edirups, and gave ,
three hearty cheers for Little .
letter from a soldier in the Army,
of the:Potomac says: "It will perhaps liar
prisC you to learn that the eoldlers" of
Abraham wish to circulate information of
thiti kind. [lNuiliOrtitli ds?cainen W.] I
am not the only . ene who . believes as I do.
Nine out of ,teuju. this army
with dui./ iinbolisrwlf be beatertithfl -the
e:my will do it. Evens the - oflicere are
,disloyal 7 te
our boys, with . a few exceptions, are for
.Little 'Mier! •
The Coldwater Mies Sestina, which,.
as an bidePendentioninel in politics,'has
given a most cordial and hearty support
to both the' dminlitraticin' and the . 12/ov
ernment, has, sines General
letter of ace eptanoe Was giveik to tir'pub
lie, come out for the Chicago nominees.
,The Sentinel is one of the" best papers pub..
in the - southern tier - of oeunties in
biloipif:;C:' 7 ' . - - • - --
On the Erie - Railway, on the 26th, a vote
was taken among the passengers by the 6
p. m. express train from Neirlrisr.k, with
the following result: .McClellan 62, 'Lin
—A gentleman who tweently visited the
hospital at Beverly,' New Jersey, says one
ward' was Canvassed, and the tolloWing
was the result ; McClellan; 27;ILinouln, 8;
Fremont, 1. •The wounded soldiers :vote
foa Littler Yin.-- Thy-thisik -hum care;
ful of his men.. Olt there," say
they, •'!We should have Whipped the rebels
without being woumted." This is twit,
generally in the army—"lt fiel k ad b een
in ormutiand, vi* should; have oottiltowed
without brim' *nand L",'
TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, IF PAID IN ADV - CE;' $11,50 UP NOT PAID: UNTIL THE END pi? THE YRAIL
=ERIK P A -,-THURSDAY AFTEA,IIOON," OCTOBER 13;1834.;
—The following papets which hare not
heretofore been acting with the Demo
cratic party have halted the names of
McClellan and Pendleton :
The New London Nonni Chronicle.
The Louisville Jottinal..
The Westchester Co. [N. Y.] Monitii.
The Ann Arbor:[Hich ] Journal. z •
The Somerset pid.liferald.
The Suffolk [L. I. erald.
. This Soh - et:wad, [N. Y.] Star. -
The Cincinnati Volkafreund [Ger.]
The lows Banner [Geri
The Keithsburg "gill Observer.
The Highland Bote [Ger.]
The Washington National Intelligeicer.
On the other hand. the following are
out for Lincoln and Johnson :
The Richmond Enquirer.
The Richmond Examiner.
The Richmond Sentinel.
The Mobile Register.
The Atlanta Magon Appeal.
—The Boston post says editorially: The .
conservative men are uniting in New En
gland in solid phalanx. We hear every
day of Republicans who voted for Lincoln
declaring for McClellan. In a neighbor
ing city a McClellan -club was surprised
on being presented with a flag froth s well
known Republican who thus gave his ad
hesion to the cause. Throughout New
England there have been no such popu
lar demonstrations as are now tilung
place—not even in 1840; for these are
spontaneous expressions of the people for
a , change Of administration, whitei those
came from management ; for men who
desire gocid government know that in a
change consists the only hope of the coun
try, So badly do things go on—so vast is
the corruption—eo completely has been
.the failure that, as Reverdy Johnson
says, things cannot be worse, and so the
oryfor a change of rulers is heard through.
-out New England as from house-tops. -
• Among thirteen prominent Republi
cans in Ohio, who have repudiated Lin
polo, are Franklin•T.Backus and Sherlock
J'. Andrews, of Cleveland. - The former
was a delegate to the peace Congress in
1861, and the letter is an ex-member' of
On the last trip of the steamer Anna
from this.eity to%Cincinnati, a vote was ta
ken on board to test the Presidential pre
ferenoenf the passengers, of which there
ware over one hundred. Little Mac had
65 majority. All the ladies voted for Mc-
Clellan- but two. One of the latter was
Vefugee from South Carolina and the other
was alien.—Pittsburg Post.
—Brig. Gen. Guitar, of St. Louis, has
come out against Lincoln and in favor of
'McClellan. Several prominent army offi
cers id the same citi, are known to have
expressed their prefereeoe for the Chi
—Avnirizza - Coingaszon.-'—lroh. - E.; F .
Seaman. of Ann Arbor, Michigan, editor
of the Republican organ in that place, has
taken down the Lincoln Rag and hoisted
in its stead the glorious banner of ifcClel,
lan and Pendleton. The ball Is rolling.
—A few days ago the soldiers in camp
at Utica, took a vote kti the barracks.—
There were 77 volunteers in, the roctus, - 70
for Little Mac, 6 for Lincoln, one refused
to state for whom he would vote. •
Tha soldiers of Calico'',linoiis, took a
vote on the Presidency, which resulted as
Lincoln..: . 58
• The news from Michigan, flays the Albs
-by Argus; shows a greater change in that
State, in favor of McClellan, than in any
other State in the Union. A large number
of leading Republicans have repudiated
Lincoln, and are shouting for Union,
Peace and McClellan. Several Republi
can papers hive withdrawn the name of
Lincoln and Johnson, sad run up those of
McClellan and Pendleton. , •
—Franklin Pressly reached Clay, N. Y.,
from Alexandria, on Saturday evening
last. • Y He voted for Abe in 1860. He will
vote for McCfelan next: November. He
britigs;news Sf "straw." He- belongs to
the "Veteran eserve Corps," and one
hundred anti elve voted for President
the day he ca e_sway -from camp: Lincoln
received twel e, McClellan one hundred.
He Maple this result t?n his honor.:
5--k - sete taken in the 73d New York
Regiment, before Petersburg, a few - days
ago, resulted in -110 votes for-McClellan,
11 for Lincoln and 1 for 'Fremont.
Menta Rscaturts.—The ChiCago Times says
that ,"Hon. Aaron' Tyler, ex circuit judge
of tb;l43th judicial circuit of Snot eoun
ty, and Hon. James I.t. Stewart; of .War
rea Bounty, have both declared them
selvesjor McClellan. These - gentled en
have-,been members of the Republican
pariOunce its organization, and before
that tie ware WWI. The-less-of them
to the RepUblican party will show a-great
ly ineWisuled Depocratio vote in their part
of the Statec4,They go for McClellan."
Hon. D. M. Wc ? clirian, who has been
for many years Jud g e of the Firet`Jadicial
District of Illinois, and rho has melee be
fore supported Demociratio noasine~, has
openly declarecl his endorsement of Mc-
Clellan andihe Chicago platform. .
-4A vote was !Iken in company 11; . 38th
Wisconaii2 reOment, as, they were passing
through Chicago the other day, with the
following result :
Lincoln, . 14
The captain of the company wan deci
dedly opposed to the voting, and ordered
the men takt4eir quarters-until they were
ready to leave. The 38th regiment is
- strongly in favor of McClellan's election,
and greens loud and earnest were given
for Old Abe and his party.
'•-:;;Hooker'e old Twentieth eorps of the
Army. of the Potomac, now in Georgia,
under Sherman, is nearly unanimous for.
MCOlellisn. The men were with . him at
Antietam and other glorious fields, and
love him w p!iilltrOt love a parent. - •
—An - °facie in - the 108th Is Gensitsee
regiment) writes thatof sixty-ft . /ovate:mu
that are left but two are Lincoln men,
paid addi that '
the , other , ragimaata al aw
',lithely the unte politieel- wage:ion.
—At a McClellan tinginikart
ford, on Tuesdays one petite **kers he,
alluding to Hon. Lucluitit: Peck, WWII
Haven, remarked that livery inetur- H iittd:
grain • had been fie, by the Lit=
coin managers to Mud, - 4tat gentlemen
pot to declare publicly failloClellan. A
score or more called on.hi4 ono 'after 'on-.
ther, and begged m3'41' 1 ,1044 . rid him not'
to come out against Lineolisi and finally, a
notorious and wealthy Government elim
inator came to kr. Peck,and palling dat
a well stuffed . wallet, offend. "to,gin him
the greenbacks it he would only demist.—
Mr. Peck only replied to this insulting
offer of a bribe by indignantly seising a
chair and threatening to break the Lin
coln contractor's head if-he didn't leave
the room I—which the said oontraotordid
in double-463k time.
—The Albany 'Stamm fspj thus
presses itself: "There is only one way left
to prevent the Democrats from Bleating
the next President, and that' is, to luivi
President Lincoln decline thenomination,
his successor to be either General Gnat,
Sherman, Butler or Hanhook. Such a
nomination would unite the party ; noth
ing else ever will. Divided settle party
now is, between the friends, of ' Lincoln,
Fremont, Chase, Seward lind Weed, the
party cannot avoid a moat humiliating
defeat in November. The catastrophe can
yet be averted, but only by the declension
of Mr. Lincoln." -"
—ln the oars between . Hartford and
New-Haven, one day last week, a shoddy
oontprtor was loud in up Lincoln.
"It's '!all one way—he will carry 'every
thing—the soldiers wilimll, , Tote fOr him."
• soldier was present . Anqtker passenger
inquired of , him how itie *Didier' would
vote, "All One:way." mil he soldier. "I
knew it was so," said t Contractor—
"they are all for Lincoln." "Who do they
go fort" coolly inquired Abe_ passenger.
"Little Mao, of pourse,"- said the soldier.
—The Springfield Repo&lkon states ecli.
tonally on information, recCeivcKi front $
gentleman from Arka nsas. that M.aChtl !
lan's friends are very nitnerous in the
army :about Little Rock. On the way
down White river the--troop that were
met gang up on transporral bOat
loads—were observed tolei aimed' unani-
MOO Mr Little 'Mse, making-the - woods•
ring and resound with their enthusiastic
and repeated busses for that gallant gen
eral. 'This is no exaggerition, designed
for political purposes. butilto unnrnithed
statement of a fact. t ''
—Colonel A. L. Moore,;jurbo seined
three year In the preys! 4T,14,1147,
lan the present coniptroll r„of the State'
of Ohio, who was elected kty l ike Republi
cans, and Hon. John W. ilteksin, of Co.
lambus, Ohio, ;have reotaptlymmpudiateii
Dr. Crawford Adams;•of St. Joseph,
Mo., offers to Wager $5,000 in gold that
George' B. Moblellan - stlll be - dui - tient
President of the United States, the whole
amount to be eippropriated by the winner
for the benefit pr the widows and orphans
made by this war.
—'A vote wait taken On one of thetrains
of the New York Central road on Satur ?
day which reselted as follows c McClellan.
206; Linooln, 104; Tremont, 9: A number
of soldiers on the train all voted for the,
"Gallant Little Chieftain."
On the steamer Ontario, which came
up front Ogdensburg on Thursday after
neon, a vote was taken at the instigation
of Lincoln men, who talked loud, and
booted that they had 'two to , one on the
boat. The result , was 69 for McClellan,
and 49 for Lincoln.
—General Edward Bull, of Zanesville,
-Ohio, who is an ex -member of Congress, a
Linooln elector in 1860, and a member of
the State marine= which sent delegates
to the Baltimore convention, is a recent
convert to Deniocratic priaoiplee.
Fifty Ceuta for Three Months.
In cider to plaae_the Oessaysa within
the reach Of all who =desire. to • read sound
Union doctrines, we have decided to take
subscribers for the spa's of three months,
commencing with the 6111 qf August, and
ending with the next issue after the Pres
idential election. The price will be Full.
Clays, invariably in advance. Each subscrip
tion will be promptly discontinued at the
expiration of the time, unless other &rec.
tions are given by the persons receiving
We earnestly urge the Dynamite of
Erie, Warren* Crawford and Ashtabula
counties to make a special effort to in
crease the circulation of the Oman*
during the exciting and important politi
cal campaign so soon to open. Let no,
man wait upon his neighbor to commence
the work.of obtaining subscriptions, but
enter upoult himself, withenergy, deter
mination and perdstency. The crisis de
mends the services of all, and no one can
'excuse , himself who fails to perform' his
duty in WI hour of •his country's danger.
We should j have at least two thousand.
campaign subscribers on our, books before
the close of.,A.ugttst » .. Let Men flotieir duty
arid site ipAnoilail Eoprirorniiiir •
ar We data to obtain a soresipsoloort In troop
township to thosesstp, PoUUi. amp wi on Wilda
In itindoscw ; what we Tsai Is the. load sews hos lit
porta of the tiositty. Any person Witt* to so ass ois:
pond ore hiehighili Stall knot striver tosidestisii tmd
if be boo hem that the setup sioatioa h est is peeper
ship bit patOltise,sw, will dro - t le swop Late his
rir City teldeselhors.oorrodb• 4reier. will be eliariod
torontrdre acts per year ntra ''.noose who fall to
roselor theirpapri regolarly e .Sera boor by erdt•
'pint • of the aline. Wei preer him an odiesriboei
who tan oonvosioatly, pricers nil' "papers at the write*
ar The hoar at which the akserrer le pot to prem.
Ni& wesh, la Skala/Wm Thursday afturnoon. Admen
smite warble itendood tipto di **sleek of Ow - ft or pale-
Jab Wait sat Osteettpitsas
ts;iipsiusi whose rsopesslbllity Is sot lissft,to the
posbillshors, mod tepsti b sbnauts.
iler,The condition or our !Warlock
depreciaticin of the paper money, and the bur
dais thereby impaled on labor and capital,
show the intensity of a return ta .a eouud
financial system, while the rights of - elitism
and the rigida:o Stet's. end the binding au..
tkority of law over the President, the army
end, the people are addicts of got lea vital
importance in war than in peino.74lsa./feelat
:40.11kaleitaaes . wri•imptaseei
. . ,
*,Ol, . J., Sept. it, igtir
• Onerrimans—l have t . (heater a nil/most
edge the reoeipt of yeuilletteribtarainC me
of my nomination by th 4 Democratic liatienel
(*twenties, Vseently saistabled at Citiamis
their undid** at the fist:election' ei PrW."
dent of the Dated Solis.. •. . - i ..!
• it is unneussupfar'roe to- say.tortrilis . t
:ale nomination *emu 19 me ansepght.
I am happy to knoW that wildi thenoinini
lion guilide the :wad of my 'public life
was kept is Cur. 6. 'it: . ,- ',•-: '
ti l e.
The effected lux vailtetiervitie In the •
itrmy, daring war ' pesos, has been la
/dressage and make hi eli ale to my mind and
hurt the live and. ce• for the Union,
Custitudoni-Lage and, Pig of our country
impreosed upon me in suly Youth. • '
I These- feelings. have thus far • guided the
course of my life, and Must continue tido se
to end. • '
• APhe =Waste of more than one anoenteneed
in*' as mien "Welt once coined our fly it bi
tompftiAls ..with . at pea" the pow and the
The v gAll
on of 'one - Union' was ; the e soie
ars 'object for which the wstr'was com
menced. It should hate been conducted for
that object col,. and in accordance with thou '
principles •which I took occasion to declare
then in active .serriee.l, ,
Thu iondueted, the)rork of reoonetruction
would have been easy, and we might have
reaped the benefits of Cur mull victories - on
land and sea.. ' - ,
The Union was originally forded by the ex-.
ereise of a spirit of cortelliation and oompro:
raise. To restore and' preserve the same.
spirit tenet prevail in Out councils and le the
'hearts of the people. /. ' ' •
Tut re•ertabiishunt 4 the Union in ail iee in-
Ivvity is, and man continue to be, fhb jai:pou
ch/a condition in any. seliksient. So soon as- It
is clear or even probable, that our present ad
nneries are ready fgt. poses 'open the basis
of the Union , welalsottld exhaust ell the , rei-
Dolmen of statesmanship manned by civilized
nations, and taught •-4h :traditions 'tef the
American people, •aiitb the honor
and interest& of the e entry, enure Noah
peen, re-establish the Uniot andtrierantee
for the future the Constitutional rights, of
every State, The, Onion ut Ms ins coluidion
paa—eve ask tea AWL , ,
Let me add—what I doubt not 7eN, altho'
unexpressed, the sentiment of the Convention,
as it Is of the people they represent,. that
when any one State is willing to retuntte the
Union, it should be received at ones. with a
full guarantee of all its Constitutional rights.
- If n frank,' earned and persistent effort to
obtain those objects should Mil, the responsi
bility for ulterior consequences will fall
upon than& who remain in arms against the
Union. - Bit the Sties met be presented al all
I could net look in the face of my gallant
comrades of the army and. navy, who have
survived so maiy bloody battles, and tell
them that their labors and the sacrifices of so
0268 y of oar slain and wounded' brethren had
been. in main; that we had abandoned - that
Union for which we have. AO often periled our
lives. • ,
. A Teat majorit of our' people, wheiltel..l.'
the arto and navy or at • hotaibrirddrd,' le'
would. hail with qitlrtutticd JOY the permanent
lestorstiou ot weaved on the basis of the onion
andsre - Glinstitution;irithout the 'ell'uotw of
another drop of blood- Bug na piers i can Se
permenettwithota . 0446.
As to the other oultlecitpcsointed' in the I
rosolutione of the tfonvention, I need only icy ;
that I should seek in the Constitutlinr, i or the
United &step, and,the lawf framed LA occord
adee therewith, the rule' of uty, duty Ind the 4.
likuitations of executive power; endeavor to
reitore esonomy4 in Pilate oxPenditisre,- re—
otabliab the supremacy of law, rad .8y the
operatiou - of n more sigoroni nitionalicy, re,
41111130 our commanding position among the
sailoas of ilia earth.' ' • , -
The condiiion - of our financesy the depreci.
scion of paper money, and burdens thereby
linpOsed on labor and capital, show the neces
bity of a return to a seound financial .sysiem,
while the rights of citizens, end the . rights
of States, and the binding authority of law
over President, army and-people, are subjects
of not less vital. importance in War than in
Believing that the Views here expressed are
those of the Convention, and the people you.
represent, I accept the nomination.
I realize the weight of the responsibility
tom borne, should the people ratify your
Conscious of my oWnknees, I can only
seek fervently the guidance of the ruler of
'the Universe, and relying on his. all-powerful
aid, do my, best to restore Union and pesce - to
a suffering people, arid to establish add guard
their liberties and rights.• ',
I . am, gentlemen, very resrottblly, your
GEO. B. McCLELIAN.
heseMimi if the Dement), National Con•
nodes la 11•11 11 Xli to the B.Mus.
Resolved, That the shameful disregard
of the administration to its duty in respect
to our fellow citizens who are now and
long hays been prisoners of war, in a suf
fering „condition, deserves the severest ,
reprobation; on. th e-soon, alike of pnblic'
public, and common , hunzanity.
Resoled, That the sympathy of the
Democratic party is beiirtily and earnestly
extended to the soldiers of our army, who
are and have been in the field under the
flag of our country, and in event of our at
taining Sneer, they win receive the care, proem-
Nan, regard and kindness that the brave soldiers
of, the Republic have so tab& earned..';
diTTiBTION 110111.1-41. CHANON vi MACS
Moser.—Very few persons are aware, thatby
s recent invention, newspapers and serape of
printed paper, can be converted into material
for printing upon aside. The high /rice of
paper has mule art active demands 'Or old
newspapers, books, . I pamphleterand serape of
paper • for: this purpose, And it •lh - eagerly
bought epby parties :tionneetst with the pa
per mills, By nolleetlng and saving all the
material' of this kind about their houses, and
calling it, many s,.family can put "money in
their putees,"-ithinit would-othorsise.be lest.
The highest price, at cash, will be paid for it
at this office. • 4. : • tf• t
We gjll special attention to !be "superior
styles of Weddint said :VisitintCarde rint 4 ed
at this °Moe.• Harlot procured ehversd new
fonts of type bspeobilly for' tlds r
we are enable to print - Girds to '.'styleignal
to those- obtained in: any 'alba larger Sides.
is'Potlilng less 'him foollskliess "for persons
to go- Abroad Mut; pay' eitrolialtinto priitia for.
stilibeii they ea gel jasi if liaNi'd
some saes it home fotohnit this 'one•third'the
Pensions, Bounties, ,Aryears of Pay,
&e., oats be procured by the WidowsoOrphano;
and next of kin of those who hive died in the
service!of. the United States; also; by Soldiers
and Seamen who aro disabled. by. wounds re
eeived or disease contracted r upon applioation
to G. P. OIUIITB, Licensed Military sod
Naval Claim Agent. Mee in the Common
Council Boom, Wright's Block, corner State
and Fifth sta., (under the Pispatlh offico,)
Erin. Ps. „ ; 7-y
gilf•We remind our readers that the facili
ties of the Obteiver ofllie are not egeetled by
any establbduient lin North - Western Penn
sylsanls fir . &dog Job Printing... Persons in
flied of Vindue Bills: Elistloit Tickets, Bill
Heads, Shins, or any kind of Plain or Fanny
Printing, will end it -to their advantage to
givens s call. , • - -
Buticia.,We keep constantly on, hind a
large selection of • Legai Blanks, olpppceted
fortes, /WA .se Deedi. Siorlgagscandgment.
and Common Nolen, summons, Su tunas and
many others, not in inch 'general nee. Those
in need of these alleles, will And "to their
adreathge,te give ow Gales a esil. ; • it,
, alelansna tfierelaleeliirend In We noleine at . the iretn bt
pro auk IPpleir Maio per penr.j •
- ~: , , oterlgtounin.bnitilasi=47l-"
' ,ta prkarat i tt e sy or maks _
t a amity, Far: .:t rl4 comma Coooou
Wright's Blook• .
weaxe• WAUSAU) . •
roid f lail'ehnnuaiairlinttatas
rir.:n. • WIZ 'bow 44 Palate. Doi*, Sad Comer of
Stets Street. Also, der to Coal. Salt, Flab. !lour
.Ltras, 'to. Ilr—rbrtteater satin
will be given to the Receiringsad /orienting of Petro.
Mae Oil. Critdi sad Raw* parts of the toiletry.
_1" MdISISIC,AKEIge ..
4 • WNOLISALN AND fiRTAIL MAUR DI
11 9 001611110- PD1T14062. noir sad Foed ) Wood aoil
'Willow Waro, - Wliteo,Ltreots, Tobacco, Selma, State
Stmt. Reg .to:Woosee . Sonar Foratetdog Ltaporion.
tete. Pa. , . june 1 —ttba.
• - 4 r slat,"'F i rgarr Flu".
Siztb. bleak between Filth and
• • .• lapel/Pt.
I..) . m.sucts a .
, - . Lhaataaa Ylr ALL Sopa N HASAWASS.,
sod Manufsatarors and Jnbbors In Ti.. sod Copper Wire:
estnirr se9th Iliad Mato Ms; WIN P111.4 . ` fobMUM ,
8 111 r. A 1111.:P is •- - •
Lummox PIOT? taint Gummy
anoircarts46 Mei, Pei* Pa. - jast!6'6lo.
it WILBUR, - •
' • irproxarts Air LAW. Ridgwir, Pa.
Ppatlis to Elk, McKean, Canwron itnd.reffers.Po conk ,
J. C. CiLLPII. tjaa3o'll4-lej W. W. W/1.131711. •
u. W. , 11171,Li ' I
- ; : 11010150N ROUSE.
3orner of Second and )darket stinet—i)ps scirnaliasot n
inhanoren gsdhaiße. Warren, As. Sept,2‘.l7.
Nit ; Jun?' az qr rya hues.' Mee in Omit,
build fig . -Soot h4est corner of P.t. h. and Shag dresta
Coskveyhaetut dolls blear rid oolleatique Es&prmopt•
1 7. Joirol-4.11
31. 'OIL 0
te . 0_ ,
mi .. Boos Bmta, Stasi Boos 11airtareautc,
;f, ? 0,...141;a ad Stagy of 8t Biaolly El'is. Pr' ;
r 1 Imittier ,tt: cirridgit : ':„— , •
I 1 , 1 , ATTONXET AT Law, G ir ard, Eris-Coust
•a. ;Collections and other business attended tor wil r l•
.oitatseee and dispatch. --• 7 -• . .
rr, iltrostUN , ; • •
.BQOKIJILLIZ amid Des* hi atoktiomm
NallPaper NimpaperN Colustry'dealen
inpiAled. Stun undui-Breires Ilotai,treorUng Park.
- • 6211.
= Cokapa Itaatekiro rite Lima lain it
tilt root of rretisli ,-titom ors:. Phlle4l.lphis depot.
Erie ctitaiad ptreoare t d to furnish Wb:teLiate. in large
air magiqoaildpaqatOptirrepe; soaetet
111.' NIWTON FIT IL ! a. ,
_ l_l . ?til Q. 11,7;!......
liwr o rlti & turfs, "•• -
" - • •,Arreiasra AT Law, Cbirtnat•
Fus e l, MeadylUe, Pi. z • Feb. 111-21:62 . •
UST AT Law, Wiakeell
flos • , on Selma tb i M M E I4p, Pa. 7'82
Darner, Beatty's Bloat, North MAo of Park,
Bata aims, &fa, Pa. aprlna tL .
LARRY.STTS 11011114 * - -
Trench street, between 4th sod 6th street;
near the Philadelphia k Erie Railroad Depot, Me, Ps i
Louis Shoemakir„ Proprietor. Rzteraire acconamoda
tionTer &tanners and traveling...lA*l4 by the da t or
weet,, Good stablion attached.
1. _ 1116"161611° T. !ram it, "
l'Ansa a and
optili ,- or - Mina a Kilyrrea- Patent Sowing litaatunta
Milt ha oaf- , State attest, betasea Ith and 9ttrllts,
Wei Pa: • Clothes mode to order in the pleat style.
m71413-li. - • - , •
D. OSBORN -
AND S&Ls BUM" on Math
Alt, between Rat* and Preach. 1952•11crriss and Cdt ,
tines to let on ream/11Mo Wino. tay2llll4-Iy.
',DELI.. & . - r-• -
I. • If A 11,41/101=11111 of Mean Elsorinsa,tlAdais,
it Gambit,: Agriealtaral liztplonoonti, aailrese Oaf,
• yy r Etzsruer,fililee la.fiasea'
.iries'e Bleak. north Ode ef the Perk. Erie. Pa.
rixon-rious it, _ _ - • -
IDGW,E. IX CO i Pi. 'Mrs $.O CLUIOVII,
hvpristor This is • paw. and- liandsomely , titted up
houir..,lll the nth:taut one of the best,Trouting and Etant•
Ing regions Ila Pennsylvania. tioniteedlioniritonasi,Clem
Beds, a Good Tante - And tfoderste Prices. The public
pstrobsge to respeetfhlly "'tidied. seplii-lye
lATN. A. tIALIBICAITII. '
'TT • ATTORYXT AT LAw.--0501olk 6tlotrest,
fly opp6Rio the Court Howe, Brie, Pa.
.8. SPENCER, „le' SELDEN MARCL.N.
...-SPENCE'R & 'MARVIN •
ATTORNEYS' at CU UNSEGLAILS AT LAW
FFICE, - Paragon Block, near la
West Comer pl the roma Seionre. Erie. Pi.
t TURIN C. DEEMS
Dcuout ix ' Dix GOODS, ilmoomun,
eroclam Itardirin, Melia, Glans, Seed, Plaster, etc., eor
ter el tilxth street and Publie 'icittare, Erie, fa. j•lnf.
READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT !'
OUT IT OUT,
And Show It to Your Friends.
WHEELER & WILS 0 S
SEW/NG MACHINES 1
"Thal are aeknowlesiced to be the 86-IT M ACHINf6 ever
httrodueed into this country. Their untlyalle I mum,
'not only in this c..nutry, hut, all over the Wor.d, has
01.1de It by far the toost 4 popalar Machine slow in use.
FOR SEVERAL YEARS
They have ttkso the teed of all other Maohlwa,bui
ohne the late irn:wormatente have been 'idled, every va.
riety of , rork is performed with each ease &ad rapidity
that the I
r . .
LADIES -ARE PI ECISTAOIES OVER In.
'And it 'los the admiration ALL. W. warrant them
to stitch eeexj rar , ety • f.tootle,frata the thinocat tor, n
to the thlckeid Moth. They rn k- the celebrated 'lock
attbett:' sth , ch Is Wir..1110: 0 0 to ti •Of rtrial Theca its.
ehlhes wi I do the Mloainc wees.WITINICIT ANY BAST
ING OR PREPARATION. v:As .
III'ITUIL HIP!, PliLI,, CORD. IIATIIBIL
lIILtIIN TICK., lIIND- a: QUILT. -
They Ake ally width of lietti withowt' previottity
tamle or ba.tiog it : trot wil gather and catch or sew
vn Pm MO : If you don't bAllere It. .
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
The demand for their,* celebrated Ificbln.e. amee wo
haearbebb located in EA , , hae b4en abt -nlabtne. At
tlrdea we dad 7rTat dilltn!tv le oar ord,re; but ser
bate% full clock jam tec , .lyed, and are relay to NM' any
aid all wbo may nal/ Is.nd abelr snle.n. Our room,
are elegintly dtted and in rn'ab,d, utd , our aecornmoda
tl. Di for coortaet.a f, the bnlin.aa *re nbt eqoal;ed
hese .1d achinea_wera &mulled. thehighest. presnlrons
woman FAIR. in lowans. 18452.. •
The viDui rftrA 1. EXPO 4 1171 Ni r ruk, / Yee.
..The' VIDAIVIC . 9 :Tr m 189 3,
And atrateneet every 'irate. ant Crusty Y 1r mime ex
-1116[40. Theo int 1r arninted ettreo pm*: S h.y kixc
rTf}ttl• stooge in ClatiNeelSOW. V l,, rim 'whit the ,
grw.trat *nee. Sbe nen Phnom: noiselesi,
••• -. • •
and nee ll.eneAp operation. If you entennot some,
and far sample of w'6.lt antrn elrenl rhe matt •
' J!‘ta ir. uOTU. 401114i1. Unkra itloeb,•
•..b.2374 ern. rest Pam) Erie,Pn:,
WALT. TERM. ( - t qNS _
wt 2 ;, .17 - 1864.
SEND FOR A TIRCULitIi.
J. A. COOPER.
EDINRORO, ERIE 60., PA
soma WKS CORNER OF.TE(F. PARK h.STATX ST.
ERIE IP A •
JOHN. DU NCA:N, ,PROPRIETOR.
The enderstried hayin g taken cheme of the above
well-knovo Hotel and refitted po i :enter et, T lc re.
mercifully ballet /1k ewe of the' public , patrona g e. ' ! alma
Toesoludoltle *ll4 accoacoodetiout to shy In.the
eit. - •
Evtorthe touvestecus of rocas from the toiletry
• good sled& boa brows to Use premises. '
, AT WHOLESArg & MOTAtti
Rae assosiated witii .14,jhe DillAjor4MAtitags
II ATP, =OP" rtria sa,x4o
By irtrom r
the the hoolaseevilteenttooe to=f o r lllll
id the old stood. VIM stoeltast
eilitiee they hope to crank a Mots! Johan Opal&
ES EC A
t 4, EL tritettit-4
Dialers la gut neighboring talons are toopaeltiall7 lam
olio/ to giro no a =II beftoroparehoslag J. , •
Will be eowbsekette-beiertofore, in a areal Suusase*
•lth a do/phallism oblio oar customers. • -
We particularly call! ,.. at tie* of Phydelait esit
%lab 11 . 1 tan and 4:4k:if:it: • ft&Y , c - 1
• • • 1 47 . '
lllr Prestriptions privireem - betetsibny with skill
sad promptness. •r- j r • •
A PACT • Grolig,LY .IprQW/I,
THAT the -new r stile . Beds
. neidn, of Gothic, Cntliad, - VOiound Cor;
Camp Sots, Jenny Lind and other . patterns, wttA , •
rpnalse and strait futobrbandanlinii.Twevoirea 00 2 1 =t
Exteosion; Gluing, Breakfast, Centre - an, other .
Nhatticts, Quaker Stands, earPeb^ oo.l "" d
dam Be* Hair and Bea Firms Vitt:num Feather. -
Joa Bolsters with ocher npuschold faraßlpOrfe
maw-awn:red from *Awned lumber-0d
omterials,,hy expellent:ad, workmesi and nqt gr o — r ol og yr%
tads. -For atylaopulity.sadloyerpricel , luM
wo-price dealers to undersell me. Feathers bouicht and,.
'old., • Cans seat, Parlor, Bedroom; Reeking bellifti:LELl
Mun and other Chairs, of Eastern and Wast ers mann •
.aetare, are hickory dolled Ai ± ,glee 4: Asking then as
stroag as any other part of thiseisairosteraothen nada ,•
d &Mono sta•ttagot It no maga Wigan iltent:
;limbo; Rocking, Sowing end Norse,arpAhM42lla .:ol l
wood Minds clinched throwah the ease nada
ranted to *Laud. Handsomely painted, and oan't,lialosafs •
yen for strongly - price and-Bnish. Spring Bata•"/Inken
"sold easy dou and hare the highest testimonials with •
Ito ot prices of MI goods mot goa - --" Venting
sod whipping free.
'Altar live years exporting* net gostilltdiwg with on'
two prisieslers, I am determined to sell
one pllOO all, gtve worth tor :oar pay, midair jutlit.*
ell who WO with me.
Lumber Lath,S cling es, Lies Stock,. Craisand Bain , .''a.
Store Pay, Products an., taken at fair market hint •
nr rby • Remember ktue Tibiae, nest corner of ea di* t • -1
.n tare, Bra, Fa. ti 11. [WWI • ,
nortl-ft. Mandaerr and ComnalvlaSalsaMma
VVIIOLESALE & RETAIL . • • • .
17110LESALE AND RETAIL GROC-It it
iffnak.ses anis. I gAs Paris *Trend lbw
olizareips,) ' •
11,;101 nappagilly eats the attentioa of tbrkinat• r
to big to Stock of
GROCERIES" OD PROVISIORm ,
Which he is ifoitrOno to ski at the •
%%R V, LOWiSen• POSISittLE_ new
I amortteent of
• . SYRUPS,
Is notnflamed, in the city. se he is prepared to pm* to
alterho glee hie: • eall.
H~ ilea koopo ocustoatly oa hand inapurbe lois(
PURE LIQUORS, -
tbeirbotocale tutu* to whittle he dkoista th attoutiou
of the public.
Ells motto Is, "Quick See% Small Pristita • talk I
Equivalent lbr the Mow." .
READY 'PAY STORE. 1
• J. &- J. 31:124N1G" "
Woulempectfully Inform the lobllo that thay 4011 r)
gissio Oy igtoad to konnut• good no imoollilrotiO
GROCERIES /S.. PROVISIONS.
WOOD 1 WILLOW WARE, AND VAlurry WOOS
, ei im kept is Erie.
Best Brands of Erie County Picini 1
• . 1 - Kept constantly on hud ay . ! -
• KARRAYTED GOOD !ATV LIP
The highest Market Price paid f"r ell kinds of
CiEr goods delivered free of charge to en, pert of the
Atlantic & Great Western Railroad.
NEW BROAD GrACill •
Passenger, Freight, Nall, Expreav and Tele
Connecting at Salmnanci,' N. Y., wit L rte RAO.
way, forma a couthmoni rix Foot Track w Tork
to Akron or Cierelami. On and after
MONDAY 4 NOVEMBER 10, I Ekia.i
Through Pasaanger and Freight Trains • II rNa
lull between CLEVELAND AND NEW
NEW AND IMPORTART PASSENO
EAGOAGZ ettSCEID TVROM
Passenger by this Line have choice . ' • • i D rent
Routes between New York shd Hoek, IY7 ROUGH
TICKETS CIA be obtainei at any of H.• • of the
wrie Railway and all Ticket Oilloei of o,
.• t ot Linea
We-rt or Southwest; aim, at-the Cesar, .et
under the Widdell House, Cleveland, Oh. •
Ask for Tickets via. the
A. at. Q.W. - AND s
Passenger Trains stop at Meadville Mini •••;,:ly
tag parisebgers ample time to dine at tlo• 1;1'
IDJUSE." the beet Railway Hotel to filet it •
NE IF ./ND EXPEDITIOUS FREIGIi r LI 'A:, ALI.
?iv transhipment of Freight between New
eon or Cleveland.
Merchant* in the feat and Southwest i
tbeir advantage to order their goods to be
the Erie and Atlantis ft Great Western
saying trouble sot expeoei.
It VrIN Or VIIIKII7LIT AM 1401 A
OTLIEIt. „ALL RAIL 13.01 V/
eclat7 aVentid r, will be given to Vie ip
Paton or Freight of all kind:, Has: or Wear.
The Fn‘inev, Care sn.j otnv eqn4intente
petiT nee euilreli now, and of the wort •r
• The Only direct ro to to the
ti KIEI iCRIUL cat REGinNs. Wi PENN
la. tleadrille nr
• }Win Leaeritehurgh, the Mehotiing - itt.l . mum to
Yi,tagelown set'. the Lost .
is bvitig •xtendio, And will ec.o -. inouix „i
ple.e running miler b. Ha 110.,, Crain*, Dayt ' ared-C4•
eionvti, without b. oak of
FAIt•N4WDRI'II, 440'1 Freight Agent
T.ll. l.;0 OW Gen'l Tietet Aliet,t. ' •
11. P. MWEETSER. t /spit:
SMITH & GrLLM(),tt:E,
(gamma? to L. "
BONNETS, RIBBONS, : Floweng;
LADIES' FURNISHING (RODS;: ;•r
t'±TATI3 PITEI PET,
BrrICEEN SEVRtilli AND EiGEtTli Bntl
1; U. SMITH: A. P. GILL %1011E. 7 • 2
MRS: S. H. HALL
- Would respectfully call atteatioasto lrtr r
LARGE STOCK OF GO+ll'4.•
]act received from New York, =braid ' •
Bonnets. Hats, Ribbons,
Toroth's , witb nom' • '
• DRY .GOODS - 1: fr:l
Which slat will sail
CHEAP FOR CASH, OR READY.P.A.Y.
. rirtialletaar attention paid to bleaching. Wining ,
110 presiOng. p•
Stor4 on Peach St.. 7 doom atm Qs ]:= 0 11414
' • Administrator's
LETTERS of Administration on the ei-%
taboo( Zneabeth Helve deed. late ol lateiliiy J^
tp ' Erie Co., Pa., having been mated to tlw %Ow, -
alsned, notice Is hereby Sinn to all baying adios aphid
the ram to moot then; duly setbentionted. hn , wee. , ,„
spat, and those indebted to the meld estate viii Bram -.
lureadlate paysinat SILLS aoros„ z 4. 1.1
wipS4ere Adigidlegiblie s
' ~ i,
Carter & Canier,
Will be' devoted MIMI
THE RETAIL, DEPARTMEid
comma or BsEt Asp arm asii.
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