The Erie observer. (Erie, Pa.) 1859-1895, October 20, 1864, Image 2

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Tlttlit4DAY, OCTOBEtt `2er, 1:834.
ltsstai viattAscsila ras - Pi&plA IA 'sit rsln: os
.Lgitioas Lasotit 7 . - -Attdrer Jacks on
Democratic National Ticket.
pagazngsr, - t- -
OEN. GEORGE B. 3I'CLELLIN.
- v 1 PEtEltir.NT,
fitEORGE H. PENDLETON.
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.• KLEctOts AT LAeal :
90 1 :itRT T. J$ If' NS iN, or $ torlrit Coll cty.
RIC/AND VA MC, et Piii aa,1021.1. •
vierwer rlxerN.B :
1. Willlaxii Lonebiiii 113. l'aqt Leidy,
T. Idtrard Fi.. ffedsob.7l4 41. J! .hi • t W•i2f3td.
S. Edward' P. DJun, Is ,
John Ah,
4. Thai. McCullough, IWI H nrt G. Srollb,.
S. Edward T. Rita, 117 Thad 1.52. Ranks,'
S. Philip 4. Gerbas f, - 1i H. Hug'. M ‘nti, NV...07.
T. Gems G. (Alper. D. .Liou M. Irwia, -
S. Allcheel Aelia-r, ies- ..T P.. M Thntriport,
IV Patriek ll' Awe, ' r it. it ...Way 9r01r9,
- 10. Thour4 H. Walker, ' la. .imn -.. P. riarr, ~
11. ( Wirer 9 O tumid, 1.2. WI i..vm J. go:mil,
11 A. B. Damming, - :24. Wm. 3loat;omtl7.
• Death of Judge Taney.
The death of this distinguished jur : Nt . in
Washington. on , Wednesday of I i4t spy ek,
at as advanced age, although long
ed, has cast a gloom over tho cvhcle coun
try. In,the better days of the Republic
he stead the proud peer of the ablii.s. lie
was one of the links which connected us
with the Revolutien, (or he vras brim in.
its midst, and saw the rise and NH 4f the
American Republic. Senator Banton, in
a debate in the United States' Snate,
spoke of Judge TanOy 113 the ”pureAt of
patriots and the best of men,". end the
assertion waa indorsed by all who knots
him. •
Tot ng In Indiana.
There are some f'..,tats in conneclinn
tcith
the recent election in Indiltrt
wish the fair men of the 1,11-y
to look at. We think :it 1-
ner in which the Alw,liti9tt ~ ca=
enabled to escape a thorotq.lt an-1 ruin, uv
defeat is that State On the- lit.
facts are these: In Wiynot town-1.41 ned
city of Pert Wayne . AT; n ry, which
are Dainocratic, 3,003 `t),--r...,n4, :
the ages. of 20 and 45. were elirolled i fer
military service, and tii• a- to 1r: led cvl
- Now, mark the-co 'lraq. It In
dianapolis and town‘hip, whit-h ere c ,n
-trolled by the Abolttioni.ts, 4 7 - if.! verslns
Sven)" enrolled for military • service, and
the mlority for Morton, the Ab:llition
candidate tor Governor, is el.iimt.ii t o h i .
6137, and the total vote polled is
9357. This difference is worthy of ,:itten
don. It shows the me•ms by which the
Abolition party are endeavoring to chett
the people out of their rights, and make
the elective franchise a farce.
But one more fact: In a Democratic
County, where the judges of the election
acted under the solemnity of an oath, and
in stria accordance with the election laws
of the State, out of four Inanilrrd and fifty
-soldiers Who were brought, to tini p
only seventy-two would take the with and
submit the proofs that would entitle them
to deposit their ballots. And yet, in an
adjoining'county, - where the Abolitionist!
ruled the -polls, two regiments of .31_a!s,i
obi:netts soldiers, with,j4eir
. Stato num
bers on their caps, were,allowce.tl to vote
and in this way nullify the : wishes of the
legal voters of Indiana.
Taus probably w i a4 more fraud and vil.
lainyperpetrated by the friends cif Gov.
]torten, of Indiana, on Tuesday, than ever
disgraced any 'election in a free S tte be
fore. .Every species of rAscality ws re
sorted to. There n?.as open anal undisituised
military interferenCe with the election._
Gen. llovey declared, in a public Speech,
that the State shoUld not•grs Dam 'critic
H he could prevent it. He did all he c.: , uld
with his bayonets to prevent it. Tito Dem
ocratic press was muzzleJ ; its -e hors
Were thrown into prison on the eve of
election. Its leading Denacratic'citis-ns
were seised by soldiers. A gener.l reign
of terror was inaugurated in tho .S.!ate.
Two Polate well Stated.,
The IsTeedauryport Berea, a Republican
organ, pre.sents the following points in
such a light that they cannot fail• to at.
tract attention: "There is a class of news
papers in this country attenap!inct to prove
two things in regard to the rebels, one of
which must be false. They affirm that
the rebellion is dear its end frotn'exhaos
tion. To their minds that is absolutely
established. They have the last 'man m
the army, the last dollar has been expen•
ded, and the last- ditch dug. The , rebel
soldiers are deserting. antig , counter
lion meets the' rebel leaders in Ole rear;
afew' - morejdays and 'their arm
broken; and Jeff. Divis, Lee, and
leaders,' poverty-stricken exiles n :
en, doomed to the gallows. At
time they attempt to sustain th
that the rebels will accept of no
peace but complete and absolute
deuce.
"If we offer them peace in tip
with the emancipation proclamatl
dieted; and the confiscation repc4
a full restoration of all the rig!
formerly had, and they will spit
face and insult - you if .vou cto 11,
their nattonality also. Now t h e
every wan will teach by In that
these cannot be true. If the first tr i
they would be glad to accept ail
that viould sato their neck* anti fort11:0= ;
and whin they will accept of no.tierms but ,
tineotcritional indepeudenc., it'aip.ivi hilt
they do -not feel any of the• eihauttiou
tidied about. "
Tat Gaseimasserts L'eg
(the Ohio' Congressman the Rt
.01' the last Houle attempt +.l 1 o xp.4 I. . To the 'Democracy , tt Penhsylvanta.
;4:40114 he avowed doctrinus 1 , '2II jell t:. ' ' Ro Las or pee, ce..vio STOE Cs.Vra %T. col
11177514 NO. 014 (AKITXI7r 'TAW, -
those held by Dir. L'ocoln, why nhea• i . '11in...D.1.e.n.., uct o :Ko. 14 „
sorted that this Union could nntlexi-t half I Return• from the elections held on
TheAly list have conae to hand aufficient
have and half free) has been"dsitrased by
s prove b-yond Tterstion that toe have 0.-
6 '2,300 ou the home vote, to bo menet" Co : ,',,),/,,.di,,' the State Ey a majority en the home
6,000 . by the soldiers." L 4. Dispatch in -top. The votes of the eutdier Y e in the hos•
two ettecessive daily issues bat - made the, pi/al - 40nd in the army satiy or may not re
,
this
1
agate 'assertion. Now,. unfortunately for , tine*, aggregate. .)
both these knowing "loyalists," Ling was \ result 1 All lsoger e t y
the
' on
noble
his
an gtliofriPas
u h '
tiOt • candidate for Congress at nll, and l fill men who ti n achieved such a victory
knee has not been defeated. _ in Niue of the truwns of 'power, the col ,
!sluice of •Metwy and the " Influence of,o
,
- - TaikLincoln Papsrs have been claiming i . ‘ i4ladraVni(Cll r 4 tl" b r o se w l e eB v 4 r fat ' ia t g c u e is t m b i lf
that Hon. D. W. Voorhees, of Incliana,:Tplted. We n
hold the e ir ' an is ta ground u la st;
was defeated for Congtess. As we expesiti gloriously Obtemed'_ouly fur one gnind.
i n::: r ive t n h i e en tu t r n e T t r e e72 4 r b eclai_ca, in Nuveta..', ‘
id, the news was false. Mr..Voorifeetis:
emelt of, our eoun-,
elected' by over 800 majority.Tbe SUCCESS J" . try: end restore ' it the peace and pros- ,
of this brive,eble and el , - quent champion , verity of former times,
of the Democracy will be received with 1 We conjure you, then, by all that free
)°, In Inet the • Voloo..; ' men hold dear to tozakise 04110 more for
:Gatobni-iXtb;-
h:45 ortiore On the Presides
,..:n, trhlci gives additional con
firtnafittn of the charge wo have often
tnade, thst the rebel waders -desire' Mr.
Litcoln's re•election.. Speaking of Geo.
McClellan, it sAvs: - "de• Is less detested
than Lincoln in the South, and would.
"on, that account, beAnly the more dan
p•toua en titta Linooln -not-alms%
"himself a fanatical personal enemy of
";yrrry 631:1tbr: , n ;lied-he-proceeded like
" a matt and a Christian at the first, the
" effect might have been ; f tor. A 3 it was.
" he consolidated the South into one mass
" of daterminedOpposition',"
The Sovealker Eketleus.
The result of the elections in Pennsyl
vania, °Mil and Indiana, a well us the re
cent town votl% in Connecticut settles the
questiPn Thar rho patitteal tbla is running
heavily against the A lmini.trati,n.•
Ail the gain is on the .14 0 oj
ocraticlpirty„nd new that the cuireut
has fairly set in, it will inovo with hce t ile.
rated force up to the time the N•avember
: vote is taken. Tile present is a goad tinge,
therefore, to pr'esent come estimates of the
probable result in th- sever
the Presidential vUte is taken.
The whole nutubpr of votes in the elei
total college (n6t, counting Tennessee $r
loni-d.inh) t,vo hundr'ed and thirty.
ono, of ivhich one hundred and sixteen
are required to give a clear majority and
elect a President. Nr,w, can General Mc-
Clellan secure ono hundred and sixte t en
v to ? 'We think—nay, we are afire, he
con and will ; i and wo give the follow
ing e.tint•tio4ny tflN bmis of the faith that
MEM
' iTATES CERTAIN TI) VOTE FOE Y ' CLtLI eft.
Cithf
Pula. +eve, - •• Nrc e alare,r,
New Ymk
El
ht 2 u'l
. F. -:11 l'etautyiriufA,
‘1..::, nut, ' 7 Orrrinr:
1.1,..., , 50t.t, , 4
.
Tw....1, .. LI
•
lit.ll the administration way put a forci - -
1,1,• , •fo:y to the election: in lii , .3.4ou'rikKe •
to izy. imnryland npd Detal,viro . ; 6o 10 L-'' -
t.: Hiles a quotient whetifer there are not
soma utlivr Statei which will proli.tbly
vote the D itiocratio ticket. 'runt thc•ro
::re bueb mil'' , ba sven by the following
li.,t :
t:TAres MUCH WM PR^BIDLT TOTk Yon
bkode
d 4 31, .11311 q of Vtrock.a,
311 3 31,, 1 W4ll,CUilla.ll,
ra.ys'airt, C.
k-o
BTAIR3 CERTAINLY FOR LINCiLN
►... R ,
S+•. ay,
daILIJ
T•,al'
STATES WIIICLI MAT 0) LZN'CaI,N. ,
Ilizhl +tn. t rito '6 I: tad; - , 4
n.,. thmohlre, • . 6 Wiscoggin, ;;.4
WO Itr 6 taik: . 6 9ate, o=2l
', .
1 ,tm1,61
it will thus be seen . that if Lincoln car •
rie3 the doubtful Republican, as well as
the certain Itepubtiesn.Stateg, he will mill
tAll short of the needed one hundred end
dixteeti votes.
It is certainly demonstrable that, the
same psrc.intaza or increl3e of this ftkil's
vote in CY:ItIOCIICUt, Pennsylvanii and
Oaio, as compared with lqst year, will give
ug all the &ate*, in November sacs ,those
indicated above as being - 'certain for Lin
coln.
Although in all human probability Gen.
McClellan will be honestly elected Presi
dent nn the Oth ,of November next,'-still
there is so largo a margin of doubt; that .
DeMocrats cannot Word to consider the
muter settled. All hands must turn to
aml work with a will -in the brief three
Marks before tl3._ Democlatio speakers
mutt bn stirrina, and conseivativo presses
Inu - -it multiply their issues. Oins`C-Irnest
and determped effort will make the assts. ,
ranee of victory doubly sure.—New Yurk
World.
Demacrtle Galas.
Since the nomination of 'Presiclenti , ll,
candidrite3, five States have veted,"and in
every ono of theca thera•bave beef large
Democratic gains, estimated ?as follavt.4;
•
DI tine, - - 2 000
•
Connecticut, • 6.000
I.),Aasware , 3,000
Pennsylvania, 20,000
(Theo,. 60,000
Total gain s ... 91,000
The reports from Indiana are not7sofft
ciently full to estimate the result. 'Mak
ing allowance for the vote of soldiers
from other States fraudulently 'allotted to
take part in the election, the gain there
is proportionately large.
..•
The same ratio of gain in all. the States
at the Novomber - electiOn would give Mc-
Clellan two-thirds of the electoral votes.
.It not doubted that Little Mac will run
better, than the local nominees. Roll on
the ball !
will be
Vlrtoi7.-11 Sat!mai Sainte.,
rtil h . ttieir • . A glorious victory has been' achieved in
r pwolf- the gallant State of Pennsylvania - over
lie same ; combinations of fraud, government pa
s.
Point : , tronage; and the most lavish expenditure
terms of ' of tr "" ev - • The CatlSfl_Or TUE U.N/ON AT
ALL HAZARDS has triumphed.
' ndepen-
Tao tattle has been the South Moun
tain cif tn
-the eapaign. - which will be . fol
r ,
Union, lowedrin November by another Antietam
for the Union anti the Constitution.
,c,' rep„- . C h o assures r-uit oures the State for lifeClel
'""i and lan and Pendleton, and justifies our expec
hts they t itinii of tri.tropaant success in the; Na
in your tional election in November.
A yield -- it-is recommended to the various Dom.
• ocr.ltic and UnAn Organisations in the, city
" I :'an 01 { 0 1 Ni-•tv' -York to illuminate their respect.
bill) of. ire :iciiirlquarters and to as4trible thereat
Oil. M,milay evening, the 10th inst.. in Ilon
a di . the mu.picious resiilt, in the Keystone
Stage ; that h..tional salutes be fired in the
rib,lo t•quities, and that the city of New
Y ii k, ti ifJ to the cauie of the Union and
111. Con-fitution, under their otiose° 1,4
tier,. JkCtelbtti, send , eongraraktions ts ,
our two( h enth ii - Pan ngyi yards, ou'their hard
t..i,turd and ditimphant siicePsii.
- Aticiu4. Bet..itost.
Chairman Drut..Nat. CJixt.
ere true
Y tor ns
üblicat•
U CLELLAN
$ rlira Lctlusetts.
b Vitaiont,
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oil (ht. ert•e - pine apithl t witioh comet ( too
0it , 113 afti r n „ I , lr ti •1 let NS
_hurt trilivt • v • .. , 01151terli
()LOW pa - Opit• ' f , 411•• rt 11' at the
,tame timEti P 1).1.1t1 • f , ltiticierera
Airb!cliftWavt i‘t their n'iroo -
Ttr cCrtir (.1 the Committ-ok , -
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PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION..
No further Books of a Desecralit
Succesi.
is AM
.PENNSYLVANIA GOES, SO
_GOES, THE UNION:,
The official election returns received up
to the time we went- to pT;es4 leave no fur
titer room to doubt that the Democrats
hive elirried Pennsylvania by a fair ma
jot ity on the home vote. The oppoition
papeie and leaders are endeavoring to de
'ct•ive their followers on the ;object, but
we do not think it probable they can find
any ereilulow. enough to believe their
stories, the wonderful Republican
1 •.se4 daily revi , unted in the returns. Be
ldv we give a table of the 'Official and re
'portcd majoritn-•. Not a , ingle Repubh
tan j9,urnal in; Northw—tern Pennbylva
tFe I:c•it'of taur knowledge, has yet
undertaken to print F.uelt t list. The
figures oppocsi:e counties walked with a
,Star (*) arc; otlioial:
: , a 2
-
-,- c - - -.° _, , , _ - -
;
CiiChlrlla. ' = At
\....4. t i... p
. .- • ,i,.
-
.1.14La=...: —.. . '.. 2 . 6 53 4.'17 411 —..
Al estsecv, 17.11.1 i 13,03 .... • 6,431
A rcuArung. ..3,147 2.077 • 00 ....
1.3”6“er • 3;13 f.,-03 i .... 743
i1eu6..1.... .. ....... ::,1.41 2,:u4 0:0 ....
13:r . '=.• G,003 . 11,017 670.1 ....
'
01,0 1 Z.% ; 2 —ls . 323
11u , -1,.. ti .i.{ 1 ..15,4.,
.u 31101! - 3,..23 :1,t:,4 .... 44
...., 0, , 7.4 .2:1o. .... •4,7:7
Cuutliti .. ..... --.. ~ II 37{1 1 0 75
....„
%14:.0u Ico '.1.,..i) I,IQU .- ....
C4f10t,a........... 313
74Lrotts ' (Oil - 4 Ad.... 1,147
Ca, rI. •Ytit 4 IQJ 1,14' . . .....
.. 1,;Al1 :.:,1 .U' 612 .—.
l..1.11:1.1•,:. 3 i :•,44)1 • .... 2,440
911it - 1.11 1,.,u1 :1,473 1 7.1.17 2222
tu't..t.• I,t ta 1.U.'.. 't.7J .....
Cu uNrl.4‘,..* ... L ..... 3 4 +4 - '' 4u 3 :44
t.'cute • .1,,i44 11,U.8t 044 .....:
1./3 1.1t1,• ' 6 61.1 .1.4 ,• • ..z. 034
loi Laciefa • 3,441 474 .... 1,'41
i.lig. .. 3.6 1'22, CT ....
tr 6 ::60 3,.6q .... : .04
Fur c•t. VI ail. to
Y.', t..•... - :16•1 291 - bli ..
....
frauct-...... - . 3 "I'd 3,c/0 ' 60 ....
I , al.uu
...A. / 0.r.: - T. 5) ....
i..-,- , e,-' I- -
1 4 , 11 :7 , 4 ) 4 4.14 ....
111aut..4.—....• ......... 4'460 2.0+1 . •••• y 4 7
la • - .A::.iy• 4 WI. I.9u ' . •• /,C 0 -
Jtt: -1,6%4. 17..4 /,631 .:4,6 ....
J.,u,.t. 1 4..• 11 .7 - 3.0 - ....
1.-ni:xate • J . 13;.41 7,0.0 ..... 4.0.7
1.4N. , •14 , t.• ~,. 01- 1,451 .... 1.511 u
-
1,. ..,n,,,.• •.
~6.i ." ~t l3 716
__
L - 1•:4;, 0 3;114 •fx oil 2 - ,i , 41 ..
• A.. 4-•• Le 7 c.ll 1.1 t , 1 , 3 ',Oki ....
I,a wl4 8314 3,11 -VA ....
/IMO' 1.7u0 1,6 A • , • •••
1a....ti .•,,rj• b.:31 7 o.) 1,311 ....
11•••. t.• a r'...., . ...... 1,1 I 1 4'l 473 .4..
,
II 4irt.:* • 61% 1: 1I: 1,41 ••••
1144::e.• 3,967 3,817 • .... 64.4
11c41-jti. 7 7 , 6 2 ... 66
4oc,6aulptt u . '...443 6.53 . i,921 ' ....
Surth VIA .rid 11,, 2 640 14 944 067 .• • .
i'1• , ..: , 61.65...0.... .....44 :A 67,613 .... Till,
Perry ........ ~..-:._..1 6 ',... ,Utf 19 ..••
r k. ' +4 .1
2 .1,"•4 1,014 " ....
re 4114 1 ,..... ... , ..... .. 1.47 J Itit6 -. „ 114
6.c.U1 1 t,i:• 6,3611 8 647 7 . „7117 ...
Satil, ' 17.-3 1,311.7 - 1.... • 1113
t•a•swr-.t..._ -.139 3 1,.3•111 ...,
..-77i
• !suaq..haut‘a' .....,... 4, 31 2 931 .... bO4
-AiLtiorx -' 4.5k4 7 , 3 8.4.1
Tt•g 6 • .. •
4.sr i i ~ i it ,••• ... • 11, Oak ;
V , lon ....... ...... 2,u24 1 4.1 .... - 460
V.,..913 v., _,.....4. ;,:-=..4' 2 a+7U ..',... 1(8
W0....1,0.,11.... 4 6.7 4,971..... 167
*.ay , he 92,1 3.•.711 9'B . .-..
Weeitut ,tr.1..6.1 . 44 4 G. 481. 1,479 ....
War-els. Hill 1 Zoill - Of ....
17) oat Hg .... 1 319 1,401 100 ....
Yoticl , ' 512 8,169 2 ,883 ....
- '-is" *"
Tho following or the Congresitheit
cinched :"
First district—Samu©l J. Randall, 1)
• Second district--Charles O'Neill, A.
Third distiict . —Leouard, Myers, A.
Fourth district-;-Wm. D.E.elley, A.
Fifth district- 7 -H. P. D.
dr3triet-13. M. Byer, D.
Seventh district—J. /A. Brooina!I, A.
Eight district—S. E. A.ncano, D.
Ninth district—Thad:lcus Stevens, A.
T,lnth district—Myer Strouse, D.
Eleventh district— Philip John,son, D.
Twelfth district—Chit=. Dennimon, D. •
Thirteentli'distri2t—lilysses Mercur, A.
Fourteenth ilistrici—Wia. If. Miner, D.
Fifteenth J. Glossbrenner,
Sixteenth dii'l —A. li. C )ifroth, D.
S , vent.-cath L. Johnson, D.
*E gliteetith diet —S F. Wilson, A.
.Nineteenth tlisq—Ci. W. Schofield, A.
• Twentieth dis't—C V. Culver. A. •
.Twenty first cIA - 1,,,J0hn L. Dawson, D.
Twenty-second ain't—J.S.Moorhead, A.
TWenty-third Williams, A.
Tweniy-faurth dia't—G. V. Lawronce,A.
*Doubtful.
Twelve Democrats and twelve ilepubli
cans:the Li3me proportian'as thea fast Con
gresqional derogation. The soldiers' vote
may change. the result to such an extent
as lei defeat rfessrs. 8031 and Miller.
The State Legislature will be Republi•
Can iu both branches, owing to the man
ner in which the State rids districted in
1351. The 130n4e will probably stand
about 52 Reirbi. TiArts te. -15 Democrats.
The Senate will contain 17 Republicans to
16 Democrats, as wilt t/Ft seed by the fol
lowing
e
SES A iTORS R.ILDIG OVER.
Philadi, , lnhia—Jeremiah Nichols, Geo
'tonna, YE Ridgway.
Criestet—NVilm.r Worthington.
Su.i_quefianna—W J Terrell. •
• luzernia._—/B Stark.
Ttoga—S F
Cumberland—G H Bucher: ,
Adams— Wm illaherry.
'Ckarfield If% A Wallace.
1 Indiana—Dr St Clair.
'Alleplievv- - Jarues L Graham.
Butler—Charles .151cCand/esi:
B Beard:fee. -
Lanaster--;Benj Cliampneya, Jitt Dun
lap. it' • •
Da&pbin---D - tvid rleming.
Ve6atlo—Tliornas ft)ge.
Li glen— Writ Hopki4.l:
Smnerset—G W if•mskbolder.
We.tm•nplank—Via L tna. • .
;Am( }lumber Lend—..D I 3 Itintsiestery.
8 Democrats, 14 Repuhtie.sus.
I • ELECTED 18014. -
I PhiladOphia--,0 Donovan.
g. ,ftc. R o y er ,
Rucks-0 P James:
Lelii4ll—George
B••rkii—f.histtr Clymer.
Wm ill Randall.
T 1 n i , m—Johry itr./1/. '
M J Walter:.
13 :tit Christy.
Allegheny—Titimass J. Bigham.
Critwtord---.11 B Lowry.
8 Democrats, S Republican.
a-mesarais in italier. Republicans, 17 ;
Democrats, 10.
Our opponents have been sadly diesp
pointeiltin their expeotations_of the Sent
torialt• result. They counted certainly on
gaining ionough members io make their
number: in that body equalt i o two-thirds,
and have been tripped up.ljandsornely.
, As General Harrison, in 1840, carried
Pennsylvania while his party was beaten
in October. as General Cass carried Ohio
in November, wben we were defeated in
October, 184 S; so will General McClellan
succeed in States where the • Detn3cracy
have been worsted in the preliminary oon.
testae;-Bsfals Ontrim
f r .,lWittro - 8r IATe
governor of North f.'irolina, epPointed by
President Lincoln. publisliev, letter fa
vring McClellan; auciiiiiicklaititho
oipation policy of the Adroiolafristion. lie
expresie.3 great !dodoes)" for.the.ashitinia•
trition personally. . • ' •
Sherldan's barbarous devastation in' the
Shenandoah Valley has already borne its
fruits. T 4 e guerrillas are so numerous and
to savage in their attacks umOn the rear
guards and supply train*, that he 'Bads
himself' Unable to bold. a+ position so fib
admneeduts`Stresharg., brains from
ilarpee* Ferry are intercepted, kind Mosel
by will not allow his gangs of laborers to
repair the Manassas Gap - Railroad. So
Sheridan has no alternative .but to aban
don Strasburg, and retreat. northward to.'
wards Winchester. It, is said hewill bring
his army all
-the way back 'to eharlestorin
and Harper's Ferry. - hd retreats his
devastation is as universal sadist made in
the Valley south of Strasburg. Desolation
reigns supreme. The result of it all is,
that never since the war began has gust
rilla war been so bloody as it now is iri•tba
Sberiiindoall.•
73ie New York iiiclependent states that j•
General Sherman will make' nd attempt ,-
thin year to advance, south of Atlanta.— ;
For over 'three weeks we have not had a ' 1
line of news from his army. The railroad i r
and telegraph connecting Atlanta with 1 I
Chattanooga are still broken, and the Con- :
federates have their own way. On, Satur- i;.
day last Wheeler captured Rome, a town
in Georgia, east of Shermad's Supply rail 1 . 1 ,;
road and took three thousand negrotroops 1 w
prisoners. On the, Jame day he dashedi
into Marietta, near the Kenesaw_ lioun- 1 w '
fain end on the railroad, and' spiked the T.
cannon. Rood is near Marietta, where w
the bulk of Sherman's troops are. This ~ 4
two armies are resting on their arms watch- j t.•
ing each other.
All the Federal troops have been driven
from southwestern Virginia. One body
was followed by Offla..-Breckinridge almost •
to Knoxville, in £rst Tennessee. . , Bur
bridge, whose command. is now near Lex
ington, Kentuokyi reports the hO lost
heavily on the retreat.: • - -, ,
I'M
The defelit of Waihhurn's cotrimat,d.at (11
East Pinot, Alabama, by Forest, t;_contirna-4.X
ed. All of his isrtillery—ojglit gonq.
captured. . Taco of his ciussotis Vrero a 'Haar
ploded and one of his - trantkports disabled I ` 6 %
by the Confederate. Arlin, Viteshiatirne I
htss retreated. .
Gan. Price Las thade his headquarter
Ist 13oonevitio, Missouri, jour youth of the
11.1 , souri Norrh •of the river the
Federal troops have abandoned nearly all
the State, 'and are concentrating at blaeon
City, 'northwest of St. Louis.
Blanks for soldiers voting by prozy hate
been reoeised at this
, ofFtee, and wilt be tura
isbed,free of cost, to any Beaux:nits Whit' with _
to use them. • .
Watchwords for the Camipalgti.
JOir So soon as it is clear, or-evert probs. ,
ble, that ousPresentadreiparielcara ready for
peace upon the beefs of the Man; we should
exhibit all the, resources of stateSmanship
practtcol by civilised nations, istid taught by
the tradittons of the American people—consis
teatigith the honor and interests of the coun
try—to secure Bush peace, re-establish the
Union, end. guarantee for the future the
constitutional rights of every
McClellan's Letter of Acceptance.
fter The preservation of our Union Ate the
sole avowed object for which the war was
'commenced,and it mould inive been conducted
in accordance with those principles, which I
took occasion to declare when in active ser
vice. - Thus conducted,the work-of rectinstrue
(ion would have been easy: and we might
have reaped the benefit - ef our many 'laterite
on land and sea.—pat. McClellan's' Loiter of
Acceptance. ,
s I need only Say that I iheula seek in
the Constitution of the United &sites, and the
laws fraored in accorttance there With, thorulo
of my duty and the limitations of Executive
power : endeavor to restore economy in public
expenditure, re-establish• the supremacy of
law,• and by the_ operation of a more vigorous
nationality resume our commanding position
among the nations 3f the earth.—Gen.McClel
tail's Letter of Acceptance.
ger• The condition, of our • finances; .the
depreciation of the paper money, and the bui
dime 'thereby imposed on labor and cat:kali
show the' necessity . a a
_feint% to a sound
tinattcial 'system, while-the rights of , citizens
and the rights'of States, and the- binding au
thority of law over the President, the army
andi-tho - people art subjects of not lees vital
importance in war than in peace.--Qten.AfcCiel
ian'e Letter of Acceßtance.
ser I realize , the weight of the respected...
bility to be •boine, should' tho people ratify
your choice. Conscious of , my own weakness
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
peace to a suffering people, and to :establish
and guard their liberties and, righla.—Gen..
McClettan's Letter of Accepiance. 1
tee' The effect' of long and: varied service
in the army-during war and peace has been to
strengthen and make indelible od my mind,
and heart the love- mid reverence for the,
Union, Constitution, laws
: and' flag of our
country impressed upon me in early youth.
These feelings have thus - far guided'the cosree
of my life, and must continue le' do to to ifs
end —pen . MeClettan's - Letter of Acciptance.
Ater I could not look in the face of my gal
lant comrades of the army and navy who have
fought in so many bloody Initliee,' and tell
them that their Moro and the mterifice of so
many of slain nod wounded brethren had
been in 'vain, that we had abandoned thug
Union for which we have So often perilled
our lives.—Gen. McClellan's Letter of Accept—
ant's.
getrA vest
or
of our people, whether
in the 'army or navy, or at : home, would as I
would; hail with unbounded joy the permanent
restoration of peace, on the basisof the Union
and the Colitstitution,;iritliont the effusion of
another drop of blood; but no - peace mule
permanent without Union..-Gen. 11eCtellan'e
Lotter of Acceptance.
Ur If a frank, earnest and persistint ef
fort to obtain - then objects should fail, the
responsibility for ulterior' consequences will
fall upon those who remain in arms against
thelluiou ; but. thetruien-must bo preserved
at all hatards,roen. Ateelellan's Letter of Ac
ceptance.
Iftr' The Union was• origin ally formed by
the exercise et wapirit of conciliation and
coutpromise, and to restore mad pkeserve it the
some spirit must . previil In our councils and
In the hearts oflhe people:—Geo. Arcadian' s 's
Letter cf deetpianie. • . • •
me The Union Is the one condition o
peace—we ask ne more.—Omerel Arcadlaik:e
Letter of Acceptant.. . •
se' No pesos ens be pernisnei4 without
Union.—Gavot McCieLlTia Leiter of Arms
artee.
Aar Use 17nipis taustlie Oen:reed !et. sit
bezards. 4 .6visregl.ll4nei Lettowile*-
lance.
At the bons* of bti p by the Rs. IL lineal.
on the tilith but* UAW ItOMINVILIa. of tbill et% to
-Weed. NitWtiittUtitt,. f Cambetiand. Indians.
No Coda; • , • •
- DUD, ...n '
to rut Ctreek flop Mb. M SCIIWINPU.
,apd IT pan. 4 nolo add Clew •
7 So!Meet Ballots.
-gritt Ithettiointeuto.-
12
. . .
Stray Heifek. -i
-poit 70 Tirli•PlAghtlSES OP THE
1 bouitier, fa Barhat Omsk tp, OS thoUtir Rowe,
ow root ttLiscrwst, %boat stz inslokeire, • tire
. Soar. whits and grarsolot—we sesotal wont.
4 on is Itqloded to ewsWrotwatd. Prow Prolierth'
o rittami Pt* bar min' otherwise who will bil
at mikordlat_to law. --
.11 Iv , LAtittigeg LIM.
Ltd
pe.t be
yrsr t.
2*
Ds) U • 0 •
ail
4,12
•
Stray COW.
• Kis INTO - TIIF- PREMISES OF
tiettorstgelid; In saamtt tp„ about tb. 11th ni
iIREO Bah KR, two years let tar • MU,
. oasis NW* es ball,. .11, owns tagssiled
kelvin% ways VerallY. pay churl ant t‘k•
7. catenate she vlll be dimmed or bosordisig to
W. A. BEAN.
El
MC
bora.'
law.
E READY-M ADP .CLOTHINO STOCK
FOR - BALE.
Klts Mire frombntineas I Ora formals .y Who
: - stock of
,EA.DY ]DADS CLOTHING.
VIISNISUINQ AND GOODS, AT COST I
Tie stock eomprieet the l ar va and moat template es:
wit twat of geode Wong, nig to the trade. is the atty.—
La.'s of the more (or 15 months front della goes with the
stook. .
Isnick of goods will be mkt at PIPS? COST.
a. • MOSES KOCH.
QM
CM
hiladelphia & Erie $1
. 7 1 1
•13 great line traverse' the Northern and Northwest
• antes of Pennsylvania to the eity of NV* on
rie. It ha heir been leased by the peassciseati Rail
pais, and nnderlbeir auspices Is rapidly beteg
• • throughout itasnhi• length. • ;
now ha u se tar Passeager and !Freight bustswes
Ours to St. Mary's, ( 116 miles ) ea the Eastern
•
•n, and from Wllvoz to Eris, MA miles) oaths
• in Divigtoe. ; . ,
I
. th T a ll/2 0 1 1 . : T ASNEX e.... M111 ,... T0RM511 . / . .? 1:11411.. 3
14
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u.
• Aceonuoodation ;;;;;;;; U SO •. 4.
• • et Kali Arrires..• 9 as 4. /1.
Atootanyaistion a - rriata....................6 60 P. a.
information rsopsetioa Kasesegsr business apply,
8. E. corsso 11th arid itarkskats., sad kar Freight
• •ea oi bee Company's amts. •
I SI I4 O9TON, Ja„ eornar.l3tivand NOW Strom*
• • plata. . ' • I .
. REV:OI.O3. Kris. -
. DRELL, sett N. C. S. it, listlll ool %
1.1. iIig:SD)N, General Freight Agent, rhilau . •.
IS L. Hover, General Ticket A emit. Pallses,
I ...U. Kir r:I. Genera! Varpior, Willissisport.
7 1.004 U
B oiler.
traiß
POLE TO THE PREMISES OF THE
sit‘ , Teriber, to Greehilehl tp., sear the triolon . =Neal
e, stout the-Mil, of v•spt-tnber, a Pfltalf newts,
Ts old, 41szit te.3„ with aids hors tr, keo ort.and white
a 1
~ on me fdretdrid. Ti. " owner Is requested to some
lA, prove property, pay champs sad Ws bar away,
IV! refisTrebe will Le dsphesd of accbrding to law.
Wit. PARLYIL
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Stray Cotv.
I EOBE INTO 'TEIE PREMISES OF
0 the oubscriber, in East ilillcriek. near lrouome
bilrick Yard, on or sor11:1t the :oth nit . a Red Cow, wadia
utx, sized, dry, and suppossil to be with calf, Any per int
wl
o per-one claiming Bald row still t come forward prone
property. par chart.' and take !wawa!, otherwise obi
be disposed of mom:ding to /aw.
JOgV.PBC.ROOD.
oettl.3w.•
/ . ERIE RAILWAY.
rz. a ogiliaiffinagers
. MANGE OF HOURS, CObiIitENCINO
moriztv, itLy 16,1464. . '
Trans "fill tsars Duettist at abort theollcnriug hours
• Eastward Bound—Depart.o .
sight i.xprus - 4 00 P. it.
steamboat Rupees '-- 704•. a.
.letategoodation, 6 80 A. a.
Wai Frelaht 4 16 a. N.
The deecruumodstion runs "eery dts•
- CA +la. lIIINTfrt. noel go et
-New Firm.
t A3lEz: P. CROOK, having taken in hia
ion, James E, as a. partner, on the let die of April,
SPA. O oil., the arm mune WARE 'l' CROAT. it SON,
mire. to bane a settlement or his old wows an per
/
. , as knowing thearotorn indebted t 4 hiss ass requested
' • call and settle Without delay.
.........
JAMES P,CROOK it SON.
•
. • iseuss iS
.
: OTIGH AND PAANED LUMBER I
ASO II SPROPAOPORPOS OP
Indow sash, Frames, Deers tad Blinds:
waruLottecdi 4tin men runs. _
: oral' Sawing, Matching * Planing I
Dose tO ORDEd.
bop on Pena St., between itil aad Mb Ste.,
Eit L i E ' PA.
We negligently call tit iii7 — ention of the public to elm
Mies tor doing ire t =test et style, promptly sad
• n reasonable terms. 13 ring fitted tip entirely new
hops, with superior ,we feel esagiest stet".
ng satire Rat erection.
Orders irosi abroad spilt melee prompt enmities.
miZrotit. JA HES P. CROOK it 80K.
,
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. .
Stray r Cow.
mit to the residence of the P
la
- inteoriber. le But lellersek tp . near
us Buesio a title 11. R. engine Bow on
awls' - night lest, e light stAtiSiry....chseitsal
• ores, large .tees„ and load of tail cot off. The smiler Is
aw at
ed to cos forstod, prove property, per lo
Pd tab her sway ; otherwise an trill he WpoW of
octordlog to law.
114,2` , 4•• - SIMARD 1111 L &Y.-
•
Cowan Ptlas d Cris Cub.
• ¶ll. • ty. Alias Nib, to thyme. •No
yeti!, 1141. , • ape Tom, int
T°'glITLY HALL, DtFENDANT.....
Yon .re tondly not tied , o appear at Oa Court of
awn Pitaa. to L • tudJou at rant, on tkui tat Wood',
of Nowt:ober, 1104. and oho* noun if any yon Live, irk
droom anon d not ba grouted to poltdonor.
J. W. SW 4 L LEY, Depots Sharitt.
fltottigta Odle, Sept 'At, 3I 4,-4w.
Ira Lomita*, la the Cosa usa Pie .1 or Ede
r!emists. SO.lll, rehlear/ rersAi
- Aid. F. comotoet.
TH E DEFENDANT, IN THE ABOVE
1, Caw ‘ontreby not.B d'to appear a 1 tho Coon at
Cud= n Pons, to be It Ada* et stir, aad for tho
otietaky of to, ra the 10. Monday of Novolanor oast,
and mayor tn.. rod eo oplalat and show mem If an y
aialsilt .by *disarm tr.. 111 the Wads of aistelsoas
a utile not tot greafili to field pl.tatter- -
AI.LICY A CRAM ilterllF.
kherial Ofllca, Erie, 001.11,11164-4vr.
• ' linty Q. ittrivrad. ; •
•1 bp h..r nest friend. To Ike roast et torninon
tl % it..Whittleeer. Pleas ot Cris
Lers. Coonty. o.
vr , Ntv.
• Lynn .e
P. ROWIOMNI '
THE , DEFENDA .-}N THE ABOVE
A. , Case is her- notd-tri &films at the . onart Cl
thmieron pleas to he b•i , at lid% in and for the ee a.
tr of Art.. on the Ist Mende, at Norestier neitionet an
ewer the said eomplalot. end show mese +rimy she heti'
way dimity irons the hoed* ot eistrirneos slioal4 not
Deviated to said plalattlL
- ALLEN A. CILIA !Mote.
• /Merits Oillers. Erb, Oct... 11104
es• Yttnast noicl
IIL P 129.1 113e*,
E r
udisagihm Otiose 01.11, Sikh 1%.
idnit
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?ha above ant riot:assents • new arta improved PO (Tit KNIFE CUTTItt t: Itttx, „,r:rst'y 1114{1 Ir . 1, e ,
FOUR. litiLFK VitliO t'UTTItII( fa use, whether its -treorth., Itur, , ,• lit , , ', 1.4, , t . t'.. •, (rr o . • t' ',,, ,
rt. self Caettluir. e4ittetable ihrnai 001%314 IO the titopleet acid inlet pykro. t. ut trinYi C.1 , L1 , J1 f.n. r.,.. ~th e :„, ,
~
Sad the lirehm• lasi Nemo Other be Power or Mud. AU 4 ons'Aoo.t : , re lt,. ..t.livi IL Z Y.E LI) 4. 1: Tll Li
a 4.9cided preintaci overt - all tither Fear' gotta Machines. I.I
The prkta are follows: t.o. NA $4l; No. Two $.33: .'o. Three re q: :,,,. kl•nr E. 76.
El=
Embry:Ms a Tab
TIMU:4 —rlou
Cr pesters a
Wo Invite
ROUPIR NUR
Orthe hart at
BRICK (EVEN 8
whichW• haws i
which will be set ,
ectare4-3sn I
Rae
LETTERS
'stole of .1,
v., iris Co , Pa,
ed. Doha* is here
(Mt/ d to the aai(
awl those haiag
them, dal, wall
a:U:1-8.0 -
E 4 Acutor'e Notice.
•
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Leases ?tame:llia, ha , o been graoted tp Elector
McLean spas th satiate Joveph Legoa e late of Watta
lArk. trio Citt, ra., decd AD) Yert. l 2 4 tisADI
thhat Realest ld ettate will prat them. sodas per.
sot • indebted tea estate whl make Isomel.site p ...T
-read to the uodisrafeed. H. /I c t
oest:e4w. I Its. or Joseph Loges, slee'd.
Orp i luues .Court Sale. .
BYITIR ,UE OF'2O; ORDER OF THE
Orphan's fi' i ourt otKyie Co unts, Witt te lioid!.t. the
kionee. 1 the ell of Exit en SatUrdar. the 6th
der of Nerecotic next. et .0 Werth e. m . the right.
title and interest of fohn and Stariln ren a'
Francis Solder, bite of Ogle, dec. , aed, hi end to eh that
clonal° int of gr fund 'Unfit In ttio city of Erie, Cr n. , 7)
of &Iris and ft bib) of Fa+asyleaaly, and known as part of
fa-hot in add city of Erie. by the number "two thou- . I
used eta bandrreit and eighty .citie (feIll) pounded as W
WII,. to wit I beg mining at a tam 013 Foul th atritt et the
South Esfd corner of In- , of N.. thence bj said int
NortheaNly rieroty-tiew (76) felt +hence Fee ward')
parallel atilt inth street toeuteAlve. (25) fe.t to a
post, thetas Z. thwenti. weeesty fire (76) beet hfF, , neth,
Idlest, Ord then Id Wearifully Id. g urth street toren
etlee (iSifeet to the place ot begichilnz,being part 011 n.
Lotlto.24Bl,,air haying Wallah deelding hoar
n.
erec
ted thoreo
Te.ROIS QL")3 in hand and the' trilance
la two equal annual pa) tovatt,Wt.h interest on the ..me
to be secured byljudginwat hood led toorteage upon the
granials. JorliN GeitiRLEW,
Guerdlea of John and Martin Ude,
GeV Selw.
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t;
Ei
Fall ,ud Winter 'Goods
MRS. S. IL HALL
Would iespectfut/y call utt.a Clan to her
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS.
Just rasilfed fro , Ness York, ambrosia?
Bennett, Hats, Ribbons,
,Togetber with home
lIRX GOODS!
Which the ‘lll eels
CHgAr Ori CASII, Oit READI'-PAY.
Kr Particular attention paid to blosek.ing, coloring
sodprinting.
Store , os ropteb At.,, 7 doors above the Depot. Erie,
Pa, apr:lo,lltf,
E
AUTUMN TRADE.
JO
Invites the a
SEAS
Fall & Winter Trade !
!unbiased tune the late decli ne Gold; and be sold
at Wholenl, and Retail,
CHEAP2FOR CASH!
Boots and a hoes,
Which will be old at prien fax below the woes
Stray Cow.
QTRAYEDTROIt THE PREHISES OF
11.-7 the Stibselher, about the 10th of Septemb.r.
handsome Dark Red. Medium t•ised Cow s near the tim
of vtleing. No soaks (molting that her teats sr.
ered niilt warts. A resecnsattle Compensation win to
given for her rattan. -
JOILY S. CARTER.
Girard, Oct. 6t13,1864-2t.
Valuable Mill . Property for
' • Sale.
THE UNDERSIG- ' QED BEING DE,SIR
oral of ono 1f pother batters, r•Str for sale Dial
Wall Property spirited 'a-Albion, Erie Co, Pa. '11,,y
property emulate of Ore iFIAIURING NMI, One Rae
PILL, Two DWELLING fIOU 4.8 add 16 ACRE
LAND. The Floanag 161'1 woricc three fair of bong
three Folie sod s'l other necessarr mac lorry f.r dole ,
a merchant or macro huitiorsa, and is acre doing alryy.
leg bus , neur—the retains's& au:mooting to from Mote°
to twenty thoosanfidolls . * a year:
The Saw mill has ooe Upright Saw and one circnirt ,
Saw, sad is double geared and in complete order.
The &bore mint are driven by a sear failing strewn
sad wiU be cold at a bargain. All lettoia of ingniry will
receive prompt attenUoa by addreradng
C. ?INN 111 VON,
Albion,, VMS CO , Pa.
ocill4m•
AdwAnistrat,or's Notice.
LETTERS of Administration on the es
tate of Elisabeth Barn decd., late' of ratryieer
tp, En* Co, Pa A. !mime brim granted to the udder
signed, notion tabereby aim to all haring claim. nano
the same to prima theta, duly authentioated. for antis
ut•st. and thos Webbed to the said estate will make
logeordlat• paysteut ' • $11. 1 15 HOVER,
EPHRAIM 13 0 Y ER,
'Administrators.
111 1 3 - 1111
- HUBB.E.L'S • .
I •
GOLDEN BITTERS.
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC.
INVIGORATING k 20:awitrriEstsa,
rattan Qs Ai slam otalos4 Oa. 101 l slEcumf aitirkele
Will eye Dyeporpe's.
Will ears a tapes. _ •
Will cure Oeserel Debility.
'WM care bleerttera.
It in tun. Heaeaebe. '
•tt 111 earl lover Complaint. -
"
Will excite and Create a betittly appetite
Will isvigoteke the organ 44.4,404 aid awireati
lyiserease the bloop.ritere of the body and tee for e n
•itotattatgeel eta ti , at 'same at e .erobotsat Et ib
11411112, egoataloleg CO poimeotot drugs, acitits
BU TOVIO larrE43' IY TtiE WORLD.
• tar trial h tiro Idly so totted. ,
0161.1 C. IiCIBBItt..6 CO., Proprietor%
Nods 41. N. T.
,
Coofnl Dopoi. r -Assoiloon Empress Sandia, 66 BCD
• N trr...10.W, OliK. - • •
Torar Woke an Oradatio.Ortoots., ki.
lINNIG_ or BOADLKY. • Ll* netts)* Atilt'
d for out by WU& War:toy:arta k Cana aso lik II
Booth.
oetlf6ll. i'' . :
• strap COW. 7 -
VANE TO THE PREHISES OF THE
sabacriber, tallttlereek tp , &boat three meek. elm
a ti tRAT CO 04 els yellowish zed atter, t or • year, o n,
with the am* of "111/017, Limb" breaded pa be, bent
?to *moats regraded to coma forward, roper!).
pay sharps eat tabs heraway, y, away, qthervrtee prove
Ito trti p l be tlie•
load of otot to low. •
. . JOON Ilia%
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Empire Feed Cutter.
o Flour City Two Knife reed' "Cutter,
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AND THS
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Rochester Knife Cutter, -
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I ty which enabhalta towapply the volute of any F 4trer. on.: V. I'.l4C!'!etrirOte - PICINI
' City N0.'011111120; No. Two s2.4.—Roaitester Net On- $ 7;"o. : r.... f.rj
POW with sox of It, above Cotters at %Choi etale rtic;,.. -
siteatiok of Ptriotti wanting anything Intim Hard var. 1 , nP, to oor large • fork. erwtva:lriv,
PIIIINO HOUllw, fitIOt3EIiV.V.PEI4 .O II Alt LPN k iti', itt;ILDElt..l . it iliD•, I
WADE:, AND T0.111.* UV tiVititif DDmLUIVT.L.tfi. /
1
, A.ito a good us . n%tatent of '-
COOKING AND PARLOR. STOVES, i .
lee. to allof vrtiich No defy competition. speti.l attv.vion',e c.l'e 1 'a a sureror colrrp; i , 7l) ,,:,
(WC, whirl we regard as oue Of the e tripleteet Itue Q. to tlll ".etth,t.
ha Ageing in This et y for FalwaartiCi' 041..68it/..113:11 rt,.!..0.:'.. - . ..`. fro r. st:rtr ,, o.. —.: L....7,F,
at Vanntactuirers' pricer'. 'iv'. ii. II r.-4 i..
L,'
,castor's Notice.
I rESTAMENTARY ON THE
•• ea Cotter, deed, Isle of liarborertek
iaeintbeen granted to the undersign.
• y Oren so all Ituorrtag tnescureiste to •
estate, to mate immedlete payment,
claims against •ths tame W ill present
ittesta4 for att'l-ment.
/UCH EL, CROSCUCT,
ItlCiiArap CROW LE Y.
E r.,eutora.
UN C; BEEBE
thin a; panel:Lasers to his largo and stew
I • .hock of -
NABLE GOOIDS
No• romiviwg for tho
Also • large stock of
tete, 6440
roam water•
W. 'W. Pierce & Co.,
I'll.'41“:1;'&,
. A4RICULTRAL lIIPLEANTS,
STOVES, •
HARDWARE,
&c., &c.,
CORNER OF STATE 6,1 N-1)
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ALSO 7OR SALE
I_Redding r s Russia Salve t
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
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REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
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QUESTIONS,
QUESTIONS,
That Concern Every One
to Answer !
Are you bib!, •
•Duet *oar hair fall of t
Hu your hair boentue thin t
hoes It fest harsh, a d and frverish
Is It tilrulug gm ; tu - ore It. time?
-te you tr.. t,i.d ,th itclunz, tturuusg teakaWu cf
the scalp?
Anjou troubled wit•. ilandrce?
Are you troubled will ukat is called Scrofula Ca
Rheum t •
Have you had the F.riasipplaa, and !o-t yotir huizd- -
Hare you had the liet.h.a, a.t.d lost it!
Dare you h,d the Typh.•ld • ever, at d lost it
Hare you Salt our Utir i 7 nay ittekuout ?
Do you tr luz•trwnt h.tr
Do you wish Soft and lu.ta•tua hair!
Da you tai. do grey 1... y
Do yon oleo y.,ur irtrsk , r.
Da you with to. m r,Eu
ho you wuut .1 f rou t o`i.
Du , ou•watit it p urur.t, .or (.then Of :lathe?, (of
ut 1.1.111 t
Do you runt to ooh.• a present
DO you 040% r f r our toilet!
Do y,•tt w Au•intioa y
Du you wmtx our u.Zie
Do/UU •an a ii.l.lt,t..ulat, ..,1 - -article .
Do )ou wwtit c.eauile.g r -
Do .0 wilt Ih u s r.v.r.11.12 not f,r drPtiltlj,
410111 /Ping, reat..•ttu l ath.t
W% ton. ..Ay .5.1 luettouali.o liuu-au•ltelt
tt ie. we irureut 1
CLARK'S -
DISTILLED It EsTORATIVE)
FOR THE HAIR,
TO BE U:siEQU%LLED AND 6UPERIOII TO
.s Vit It /
EVER Co3ll'uUNi.Eu 1.) OF RED TO
Tut; ruum.c.
Beturestiou gu-ranterd, o^ the mousy refueivi
It erutsbot Sl for one bolt's, or 0 hot Vet for IS, atri
old by Ltr ugststa. anti Deceie every rthrre.
C. i'vrlprietcm
It. BARNES & CA., N. Y , r.eilvrat Agents•
. JOG 6 1
. ,
Stray Cows
.CAME to ,1 1 eini , vs oil he su b-ct
ber, 3a r amtu le tp, About tt a Liott of FrpterntT
ti aNDLEI COW, almta: tight p..' u,- , -00 eirit:c. ll •
011 rt. Ths 0111 Mer is sequesieli totirm); pr..ts
gerlitt ty, pay chars Lull tate ber sees Y J .
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QUE TI.ONS,
QUESTIONS,