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DECEMBER 15, 1864:
/OPIUM. VIGUANCJI •T TRI /NOM II ?II PRIM of
4.xanto.tx Limumr , —Alarm Jacipon
Tin following statement,bhowee total
vote of Philadelphia important
1856, For President, . • 70,290•
1860, " " 77,247
1863, Governor,„ 81,467
1864,. " Yresident, 99826
The OhKul Vete fer Preshlest.
- The.folloWingis the official- voto of the
States named :.- .i. ,
Lincoln. M 4 - Aftelell em. Med.
„Weir 13ampehlre,... 84,621 2,292 - 32.829 -,,--
Goy:motto:a, . 43,2b6- .- 2.427 41,503 -
Delannro, 8,157 • --- 1,767
Nen York, 36N730 6,796 801,934
"Vermont,' 42,412 29,097 ' 13,322 .
litnnuots, 25,097 7,110 37,439 •
I:Cams, 160,412 20,199 181,223 -
01110, 264,975 69,418 206,267 -
Masuchusetti, ~....1:41,742 17,997 -- 48;745 -
Meat Jet soy, ' 60,714 -- 68,014 7,300
111 not., 189,437 81,088 163.319 --..*R
I nitonila. (sm.). etas 7. 5 4 2 69 . 0 " - -
Mintneky, (11 co's to
be hoard from,)... 26,014 - 62,644 33,630
Maryland, 40,171 7,41 M 82,737 --
Pianadvanta, "96,349 W,OBl 276,303 --
111siond 114431 7110,745 37,782 -
Kanuie /3,592 9;840 8,712 - ---
Cal - dards, ----- 34 431 - -
Nevada, ' ' -- 8,233 - --.--
- The' official votes of .the other States
will be added as we obtain them.
Ltitobi , s Cabinet.
Since Mr. Lincoln's inauguration in
March, 1861, there hive been five changes
in his Cabinet Mr. Stanton for Mr.Carn
mon, Mr. Usher for Mr. Smith, Mr. Fes
senden for Mr. Chase, Mr. Dennison for
Mr. Blair, Mr. Speed for Mr. 13ktea. The
seats in the Cabinet are now filled as fol
'Secretary of State—William li,SAward,
Secretary o? - War—Edwin M. Stanton,
Secretary of the Treasury—Wm. P. Pea.
senden, Maine. ,
Secretary of the Navy-0111E4(in WeWes,
Secretary -of the Intf.riur— Johu P.
Usher, Indiana. -
' Postmaster General Denni
Attorney General—James Speed, Ay
Other changes will probably be made
this winter. Mr. Lincoln's
"swapping hones" he fails to apply to him
The Aertbetke of War.
. 1514 York Tribune,last week,Printed
a glowing account 'of the'recent battle_of
• nklin, Tennessee,. and pronounced the
bloody struggle "the prettiest Mt of the war."
'The Philadelphia Age, commenting on
this expression, thitiks "we are certainly
improving. A. 'pretty' battle is a novelty
unheard of• until our present' frightful
civil war. Heretofore, the carnage and
Slaughter that attended a conflict filled
-the popular heart with sadness and
mourning. Heaps of slain and , piles of
the wounded and' dying were always re
gardAd as fearful and ;deplorable_ specta
cles, no matter rhat tritamphi might have
crowned the bilymers of the ,victor. But,
now, we have changed all that. A battle
which caused the destruction of thou
sands of lives, is called 'the prettiest fight
of the war.' After a while, if we continue
progreuing in thii sesthetics of the war,i
we shall see recorded in most jovial style,
'a bean tiful slaughter,' and 'a love of a
carnage,' -which no doubt., greatly
soothlthe pangs of l those whose .bleeding
hearts are bendin g in sorrow and afflic
tion over ' a
son or i a brother slain.
'Wahl In Beason.
The heartless insincerity, during/ the
. late campaign, of the Republican press,
in their wholesale charges upon the Dem
ocratic party of treason, sympathy with
the rebellion, disunioniam, and what in.
ferny not, is demonstrated by their utter
ances since the campaign... General Mo.
Clelfaii," after all, is a Union man, a good
general, and a patriot. The Democratic
party 'really is at\heart for the-Union at
all hazards. This is the burden of the
chorus to which the Abolition organs are
now attuned. We leave the readers of
thoie - journalitiO measure the compliment
to their intelligence and integrity Which
this retraction of four years of persistent
elander implies. But ihre put in a protest
here against the impudent assumption of
these same journals that the appeals, as
sertions and arguments of the Denacicraey
have been as heartless as their own, We
have absolutely nothing to retract, noth
ing to qualify, nothing to extenuate. Mr.
Lincoln we -believe to be what we pro
claimed him' to be. The leaders of the
Relsublicaw party, and their principles,
we still believe to be what we have tried
to persuade the people that they are; and
the events of the next four years will
prove it. The differethse between the ideas
of the Republican and the Democratic
party is still heaven-wide,aintagonistjcal,
irreconcilable. The "naeie4 and the ideas
of the Republican party;will drive the
nation to a disunion peat*. The Demo
°retie party would have restored union
The Jackson - Mississippian, heretofore a
rampant Seeeheion piper, has a remarka
ble editorial in favor of peace", It assumes
that both sections have been wrong, atTta
a tries that the war was necessary to purge
the land of bigotry, fanaticism, despotism,
intolerance. 'Both sections t : must abate
somewhat of their high- pretensions. It
say' of slavery 5'
"The North was fanatic the South ar
rogant. The North bullied ; the South
bantered. Slavery was the rock that ship.
wrecked the ship of state. Both sides be.
;rayed the same eagerness to keep -the
question ever prominent. Demagogues at
the North rode into office on _the anti
slavery hobby; demagogues at the' South
rodninto office on the pro-slavery bobby.
The two antagonising elements met at
Washington, and there commenced the
tug of war=the war of wind; the eni~• pre
- cursor of - the war of blow:"
TROUT AND T I hITZRII2II..
6°211 dobt amounted, on the lit of July,
1864, f 051,740,4390,480 49. - k '
The interest on - the 'national debt for
the current 'yeu- amounts to $91,810,.
me interest payable in coin "now ex
ands tiftyai.y..mi4ione' per annum. - •
The daily ex":ndltare is calculated at
. two and a' 4ul l l*3nillions. - - -
The daily receipts amount preseistio
wooly a million and a half, and if Con.'
gram I . ayspertain additional taxes, they
eaW be d trought up to two millions per
-.Coal is sow Wilzig in Ward at, $9 50. per
de Presidentls Last: Speed'.
Etirt. Fenton was , serenaded_. at :fashL.
ington, Tueaday night, and en wag; the
President. The following wailf.r. Lin t _
celn's `speech on that momentnna , occa
sion: -• :
FItIiFICD4 ' AND FILLOY/41T11111111:
lieve I shall:n(ler be old enough to speak
withouiemharrairsment when I have any
thing to talk about. t Laughter and Cheer
ing.] I hale no good (neits to tell you,
and yet I have no bad nows.to tali.- -We
have talked of elections until there is
nothing more to says about them.- The
most interesting ne*s we now have is
from Sherman. We all know where he
wect l in at, but I can't 1411 where he will
coins out at. (Cheers and cries, 'He'll
come out all right."] I will now close-by
proposing‘three cheers for Gen. Sherman
and the army.'!
• The American people have their own
way of doing things, and . Mr. Liodoln is
intensely American in this 'respect. lie
is protikEtty the only man in the world
who could make that speeCh.• The history(
of eloquence might be searched in vain
for an instance in which the head of a
feat nation "orated" in such uniqUe
style. We have heard something like it
sometimes at dinwgr parties, when very
young men are indiscrietlyalled upOn,
by partiid friends, to reapoii to' toasts, :
and, like the President,iraving nothing to'
say, say it. But Mr. Liodobi's ihetorio is
not tha l t of diplomacy, of State, -of- the
forum, orevertof the serenade.- Imagine
his brother potentates Europe, reading
Mr. litncoln'a speech of the Gthinirt-.1
"We all know where he went in at, but -
I can't tell.where he will come_ out at."
This is qoestionable English, but it can be.
very properly - applied not only to Sher
man, but to Mr , . Lincoln himself. History
records 'with sAcient clearness, 'where'
his administration "went• in at," but,the
gift of prophecy might seek in vain to
speculate na to where it will "come out
at." May the career4of net-gum be ea
riout, and may that of Lincotet'a adminis
tration be. like unto it,-and `i> reckleis
serenaders keep far away' from the front
door-of the White ,Uouse forevermore !
Buffalo Courier. ,
. what the rejig° ean Expeet.
The Ttibizn? of Saturday contained an
editorial article of which the following is
the closing paragraph
"As to .finance, wa insist on the am
pleat and most stringent taxation,at once.
Let us have twenty-five per cent. income
tax, if necessary, with a_searching inquiry
into 'every man's business and receipts,
with double the present taxes on
uries and super fl uities.- One hunlikedjier
cent. duty on imported silks maces,
gewg,awe and frippery, is little enough for
such a time as this. We are no*-horrow
ing money in enact at fifty cents on the'
dollar. whieh cornea too nelfr bankruptcy
to be a pleasant subject-of confinnplatian:
Let us pay anything, do anYthing,-to
bring the war to a speedy close r -but let us
not doubt, s ihe coat of thewar4lireugh a
cowardly dread of taxation, The people
have just emphatically recognized this
war its theirs, and,ifistructed the Govern
ment to spare no'effort to bring it
speedy and triumphant close. Every
dollar of debt amts./toted in it is a'nzort
gage on all the property in the country,
and'he under-rateii-the popular sagacity
and intelligence who fancies that the peo
ple would rather laave'fire hundred-mizil
lions added to this mortgage than pay
half that amount in taxes. After the re
isult of our recent election, it 'would - be a
wanton insult.to distrust their resolution
or their patriotism." •
The pee .- Wean' see for-themselves what .
the re-election of Lincoln means, as inter
preted by the Abolition leaders.
We agree with the Tribune in the `hope
that the Administration will i .now proceed
to levy taxation unsparingly. A majority
have voted fora war orexterrnination and
abolition, an - 111f is right that tho3e who
- soTio - ted should feel the full burthen of
Oleic ciecision. - It seems rather hard that
the two _ million voters who supported
General McClellan should have to aid in
carrying We:load-laic; upon the - country
by the Befit' thlicans i but we ,"Copper
heads" can stand it qttitaas well and as
long as ihey can. Hurry up this taxes and
drafts, "Father Abraham," and let- the
thing be "brought - to a focus" as quickly
WIALT¢ 40 GOVIZIN.TheI New York
Mass, having probably red that "money
is power," concludes that,,, wealth ' , must
"The property of the wealthy should
not be voted.away b'y', or be in any way
under the control of., the laboring7classee,
and the right of suffragiil should be regu
lated between the rich and the poor ac
cording to their wealth."
This will . afford pleasant reflection to
the poorer members of
I dle Shoddy party
who voted. at the late election to sustain
organs and politicians of the lines
The '.ewe from Europe prilsents several
points of, interest. All the London pa
pers. without exception; express their
extreme gratification' at Mr. Lincoln's re
eleetion. They 'profess -to believe that
while he; is at the head of the govern- •
ment of the United States it cannot- ; -be
anything else thsin a second-rate power.
They claim to be also of opinion that, the
result of the election insures the tiiiiinite
mimetic. of .toe Northern and Southern
Stated. Hencedoha Bull rubighis bands
gleefully. and is as pleased at .the • result
as the most. ardent rebel or radical in this
The despatches on Thursday mottling
represent that General - , Sherman's whole
army was then within ten.miles of Sayan
advancing.to attack it. The enemy's
works, five miles tram the city, were
kobably - attacked, u heavy firing was
heard in that direction. A desperate en
gagement was anticipated before Sherman
could obtain possintiOtl of the city.
The executor on the estate of Stephen
A. Douglas repoits to court in Chicago
that he has paid .to Xrs...Douglas offer
$7,500, and to the two_ children ,over
$7,000, being proceeds of the estate after
paying all its debts. This will be giitifx
ing information to, the. many _friends . Co!
the family who lis i d supposed the estate
to be insole ant./
Our lon in th i e battle of Franklin turns
out to have been much laigerlhan_at Sot
reported. It was over two tho7llW -in
killed, wounded and missing. We lost
nearly as many prisoners as we took—that
is, about a thousand. This loss_ occurred
hen oar lines,wero , broken, fait' in the,
A Christmas -Party will be siren in Vag'
Tasserviiali, Edinboro, nn Friday iffen'l
ins, Deo. 43d. The. feet .that Isaac Vast
Tassel is ,at tbeiheisk i it is 'evident* sui:
Miami that is m% bi4a
WAE NEWS OP THE WEEK.
(PbWrlpitbi Agi's nantaii7. J
Dee. i." 186!
The cionfederates etstti that *berm' draut
is building!wiater quarters; end that. the huts
can be platniz sees from their lines. They
extend from the Appomat4 riser for severest
miles south past . Peteribtlit to the, Weldon
railroad, and are conitrusited : come - distance
tq the . rear of the - Fedora; prtitiontions.—
Nearly ill the timber neir i'itorsbarg hair
beea-cut doirn for thee, hats and for itewood.
General 14, hue nails report of the result
of General Ortogire Fiala! expedition to Stony
Creek, on the Weldon railroad, Gregg burned
the bniklings at the station, and captured one
hundred and, twentj-iive Confederate 'prig
pnm. On his retreat he was attacked and
followed by din ,Confederites, who Captured
some.of his men. S everal dead and *clouded
were abandoned d the road behind iiita übe
marehed. The Federal report of thliexpedi
tion has already been printed.
General Lee has made a report General
recent raid upon. the _llaltitnere s and
Ohio railroad at New Creek. His loss was
two killed and three' wounded. Re tailored
seven hundred and .fifty Federal Prisoners,
five Cannon, fifteen hundred horses - and:mules,
twit hundred wagons, fifteen hundred head of
cattle, and many small arms. A - Large amount
of property was destroyed. Some of the can
non were siege guns, too heavy to be removed,
sad were spiked.
General Sheridan's army is still at Win
cheiter. He is doinglibtlittg, and the Con—
federates at Strasburg are as Inlet as , he is.
Sheridan-Jilts lately cent a cavalry expedition',
under General Merritt, in Laudon Valley,
east of the Shenandoah:- After an absence of
one -week, the expedition riturned with tiro
thousand ,head oft cattle. Merritt nipi:iits
haring lift-the whole region over which he
passed without hay
.orforage of any kind.",
A small Federal expedition from East Ten
nessee has marched into westerniNorth Caro
lina and captured sixteen Confederate
men. ' The expeditimi has returned. , .
rilusiDAr, Deo. 8, 1864:
We-have intelligence from: 'Nashville that, -
On Tncsday, General Hood sent a flag of trice
into "the city, asking an exchange of prison r
ers. General Thontat replied that be hid sent
all the Confederate ,prisoners to the North,
sad having none in his possession could: not
comply with General Hood's request.,' The
Confederates are still near Nashville, and are
diggipg earthworks and gradually -approach
ing Federal ~.worki with- regular
siege parallels. No ' attacks have been made
by either army for some days. Hood has bre.
gun - a siege and will run no risks. He has
eiptared sad destroyed about thirty Miles ofj.
the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad, haw
- lug sent his cavalry aloncit within five miles;
'of - Murfreesboro. Here . 's block house was i
attacked on MOnday, The, Federal garrison'
defended themselves until reinforCeMents were
Sent by- Milroy and Rosseau, who ire at Mur
freesboro, and the Coafederstes were - -driven
Off," with e loss, it-is said, of six guns aad
semi:prim) . sees. •It is at lengt4l_,wertained
with certainty that the Confedeiiiis have
captured Johnsonville. The Federal garrison
has Sneceeded - in reaching Clarksville, near
the Kentucky line.
From the Isthmus of Panama we have in
telligence that the men who attempted to seize
"the California steamer some time since, are
confined on beard" the ship Lancaster, at
Panama. The Government of the state of
Panama refuses to allow them to be taken
moss the Isthmus and brouOtto the North;
until the permieeions of the Govornmetit of the
Columbian States for their extradition in first
The Government of Bieliv4t has issued an
order prohibiting the entrance of the United
States steamer Wachusetto ,(Captain Collins'
vessel) into any port ethe empire.;
Famty, Dec. 9, 1864,
In East Tennessee there have been • some
mevetaents; the Federal troop• from Cum,..
berrand` - ilapi as has been already stated,
marched towirds Knoxville. It appears -that
they lave reached. there; but that, the Can
federates have also advanced again, and that
now the Federal outposts are not more than
fifteen miles east. of KnowingOtiettee - of the
- Confederates being just beyond. General
latonemas is - reported to be in command at
Theie is little change in the position of of-
Airs at Nashville. Forrest is reported to
lave crossed -- thellinmbeeland ri t ver. The
;Confederates have planted batteries on the .
river, fourteen miles below Nashville, and on
Wednesday several gunboats were sent to die :
lodge them. Thoegunboats were repuleed.;--
A reconnolunee yesterday, in' the direction
of Nolansville, about. twelve miles southeast
of Nashville, discovered - a considerable body
of the enemy.
The Confederates have recently mile a
raid into Western Viigiala. Colonel Witeher,
the commander, reports hating captured one
. huldred horses, three hundred beef cattle )
Ind' one etnnen. Its burned, two steamboats
. two block houses, and destroyed three
forts. He lost: two men.
SATURDAY, Dee. 10, 1864.
It is at length definitely ascertained that
General-Sherman, after effecting a junction
of his two coluiens . at Milledgeville, proceeded
slowly eastward slot:tech° Macon ond Saran.
nsh railroad to. Millen. He was near there
ea Nov. 29. Some -time- previimsly he had
sent out a cavalry expedition, which pro
ceeded from Milledgeville do ,n the Oconee,
to whore it empties intnefbe Altamaha. The
onvalrt went_ within thirty miles of the sea.
coast, and then turned northeast towards the
Savannah river. The exact line of march of
this cavalry party is not known ; but, on De
cember 1, it was about' 40 miles northwest of
Savannah. A reconnoitering party was sent
from it towards Savannah, which penetrated
to a point about six miles out of town, on the
night of December 1, and then returned to
themainbody. This main force then marched
back to Sherman's camp, which, on Dec.
was at Millen. A long detour to the west
ward had to be made to reach the camp. The
time of the return of the cavalry is not kitown;
nor is any account given o f the damage done
by them on their march through southeastern'
Georgii. It was the movements of tifinav
sliy force that occasioned the reports of
Sherman's advance being near Savannah.
It appears that on Deeembet 1, the Con
federates evacuated Millen, ana that on the
2d Sherman entered it. No ;contest . was
fought:between him and the Confoderates.;.—
When at Millen to was about one hundred
miles from• the easeetipt. Oa -the . Bd, he is
reported as having begin a slow march 'lria
Millen is a southern or southwestern dirge.
Lion.' His destination is not accurately known,
but he seems to be advancing more in the-di
rection of Darien or Bkitnewick than Saud
nth. These two towns are near the ses•coset,
south of Snvenatab. A trinsport, with mails
for Sherman's army„ left Washington on-
TA:gay, under sealed orders. The large
lest of transports, with foam& ammunition
for filmaima l mbloit boa beim at anat. at
Port:reins MolarOd for as long, is believed alai,
to hive sailed on Thursday. Ths /Amin*
tration, however, only - guesses at. Ilhownan'fr
4testination. It now has no belie ihanne,.'
of . Intennition thou the public.
'Prom Petersburg We have the impo rtant
d reVigence, through private shannele,that the
construction of the Dutch 'Gap OSUSI hoe been
abandoned. Thii :Confederate nrtillorjr
onecooded in breaking Aber enormous drndsiag
stasbines thst4nre employed in the execi#ion
.the'onnal, sa4 now pothing out be done;..:—
The array is ecinarters, however, anti
despite the many rumors of anew ideals°,
that read% us, it is seemly probable that
anything will be dose. • The pierrillea hive
seised a Federal schooner and tug on the lower
James river robbed their
We are'new receiving daily socionnta, both
hem-Northern and Uoutbern sources, of den.
Foster's uniticoessful attempt to eut the
Charleston and Savannah railroad. The Fed
,their itisseis at from ire
hundred to a thousand in - the battle - of Gra
beams. ,The Confederates were entrenched
and report ; their loss at 'about one hundred.
They say that Foster left thirteen hundred
dead and wounded on the geld.
At Nashville the condition of affairs ie the
same as usual. Hood Is still laboring on bie
earthworki. It is reported that_reinforentente
are being sent to Thomas.
The Confederate* have begun an invasion
of Kentucky. Part of General Hood't__army
has marehed down the Cuinberland to the
vicinity of Forts Henry. and Doeslson. - It is
commanded by General Lyon. . Twenty miles
south of Fort Donelson he seised e; Federal
steamer; used her for crossing to the east
side of the Ctunberland, and then burned her.
His army is Iseported to be- four thousand ,
ITEMS OF ALL SOUTS.
A luy fellow'down South epolls Tennessee
after thin faiiirion—w. 0.- •
Gen. Sherman's family cell him "Cum& .
for short. His middle name is Tecumseh.
price of . ens in this city hae been iu
creased from $3 50 to ss' per tboncand feet
Ode of our confectioners advertises broken
hearts for thirteen cents per pound. Cruel
man - -
&trio!. of timber land, b'elonging to Mr
Wetmoro l. of Warren, saCeituated near Pitts
field, was lately sold for 150,000. •
On Thursday, the 15th -- inst., the office o
[the Provost Marshal of this district will be
recaeved to Ridgway, Elk county, • -
The / old Farmer's Hotel, at the corner of
,Fretich and Fifthietreeti, has been refitted
and the name ektaWged. to "Benner Hotel."
John and'George Dunn are the lessees.
"Never was turmoil in a State (says Sir
Walter Scott) in which knaves did not adieu
tage themselves—as a boiling rot_ is sure to
bring scum to the surface."
i'Leisati flours!! and "The Market. Basket"
are the names of two new literary journals
established in this otty , Lthe farmer edited by
a young printer in this office, awl the 'latter
by one in the Gazelle office.
Eighteen "clergymen" were elected to the
Legislature 'at the late election in Vermont
What great sin, Ulm a eotemporary, has Ver-
moat committed thatit is to be so grievously
A little boy, who put Counterfeit money to -
the contribution box, replied to hie Sunday •
school teacher that he "didn't 'epos. the little:
_heathens would know. the': difference, and
thought it would be just u good for them."
gentleman went inte a store in Mooches:.
ter, N. H.; on Wednesday seeping, End in
quired for email copper-teed - shoes. - The
shopman immediately ordered him off, saying
that this was no time or place to talk politics.
Ben-Franklin-is reported to have said that
the American national symbol should not be
an eagle, but a turkey—because, although the
laird of Christmas swaggers, he trip fight, and
is always randy to fly ot s anytisiag in scarlet.
The Republicans - deligh n g the
Democratic party the "Coppe=it , party;
but since a large amount of .cepPer has' been
stolen by their partisans at the Philadelphia
Navy yard, teme are disposed to call them
the copper thief party.
The court was called. There was • cloud
upon the brow of the judge. Silence raised.
William Mulligan was hailed, but William was
mist. The judge-thundered. The -prosecuting
attorney stormed. The jury's labors lipitesed.
Wm. Mulligan minted.
A „quaint Writer says : have seen women
~..,41islieate that they were afraid to ride, for
tear the horse might run away ; afraid to sail
for fear the, boat might capsize ; and afraid to
walk for fear the .dew might fall ; but I never
saw one afraid to get married."
As an instance of the large trade transacted
in this-city, the' fact may be cited that one
Arm alone, that of Clemens, Caughey & Bu
ses,. wholesale groceri, doing a bikineis
Of half a million of dollars a year. Wa butt
their profits are proportionately large, ftir they
are among our most enterprisinrcitieens.
Major _General MoAlliSter Schofield, the
leader of oat troops at the battle of Franklia,
was born in Chsutaugua county, Niw York,
on the . 23th of September, 1831. Jfe 1e a West
Pointer, having graduated in '1857, bat held,
at the time the civil war broke out Odie place
of Professor of Philosophy in Wash
ington University, at St. Louie, We. •' •
tt may not be generally known that lectires
have 4 , ris," as well `se everything else, pad /hat
the popular lecturers are determined to Aare
isubnigeneTal advance in prioev The *lOO
le`cietrirsTlike Beecher and Gough, have - VW
s nighi thie year, and , those wla ?ilanii been
content with $5016 night - here or% thin pion
demand s7b, or perhaps creek louts in*
ted slo4Elellange. 11F.
Says the Gasette : , •The Wata:wamsgre
anus much longer, because the i llton.
the South are nearly exhausted.Nl ninook
our .venerable coteMporary mak - hi Abilink.
but nnlottunately far its repUtbil l nia . 'l42,o
-prophet; it Iss.mede the eame — rOokietion-: .
intervils of about .a month WO_ three insin
pint What a blissful state of litanies pee.
plc lutist be in who rely ripen the 'Oarstts's
assertions ! _ ,
Gov. Curtin has appoint egitt K5..J.4 ,MA
Eying; son of -ex4nige Nitta Alb s ,
511 the vacancy caused by the Wink
Judge 4 Liadsay, in the Fourteenth district,
composed of the counties of Washington,
Fayette and Greene.
We understand abet the member. of the bar
of the district were , nearly unanimous in re
commending Col. Grant, of this city, for the
above mentioned vacant judgeship.. •
Lois XIV, of France, bads honor of war.
shall never forget," he once said, ' , that
fine speech. of the king, my grandfather, to
the dauphin, My - father,. as they walked to
gether after the battle of Fcratenoy (1146) on
the field strewed with dead and dying. 'Bee,'
said Late XV, 'what a victory coats 1 The
blood of our enemies is no less the blood of
man. True glom la sosi ociaidolo mot in
AWL& but boo blood.'"
Col. EL L. Brown was on Saturday of last
Week qualified as Sheriff, and has 'sleeted,
Mr. J. W. liwalley_k Deputy. The latter
VW In the menu position Alain • Sheriff
Craig's adaluirteittion, and . won the inspect
of the entire rehllo.; His retention in the
offkie will be hailed irDhllmasure by al! who
aro acquainted iralibn. As Col. Brown
intends re,alnlng !NAM army, the duties of
Sherif will be mostly pUrformod • b,r the
DePalty. 1 1
Bow is the this to lubserribo for Gilder's,
the Wet of "all the Maly monthly magitinee.
Oodey has been sirigilar - liisitor at oturi table.
during the ;last •yoar, lad we Ind ibis Ink
nail just as ireleome, just am entartelMing and
egrieMble u was the 'first. - The, Lady'a Book
never !sees its Interest, serer grows old, not
withstanding the nut umber will commence
the seventieth volume of the Migasine..-L-Dem.
era, (Wilt Troy.) -
Moot young mon.oonsidor it a groat, miafor
toss to be born poor, or with not capital
enough to eitablith themselves it their outlet
in life in.a goad and comfortable. busiriestil%-r
This,b a mistakes notion. So far from por
orti beings 'misfortune to them, if-2-yollway
judge from what we every tiayAshold, it is
really a blessing; the chance is 'More than
ten to one against him who starts . 'with a for
in.. , - .
Persons in scarab .of Holliday goode will
dad an uncumillY line collection at Young's
Maiporium, Ido. d, Wright's Block. The stook
embraces &bat* every kind of Toys and
Fanny Goods in,Hat market, and •the taste
ain't be hard to please that cannot find some.
thing imitable in this large assortment.--
~'•Drop in, and tats a look" 'for yourselves.
A contraband, undertaking to find a slims
denier her daughter, in Cincinnati, insisted ,
upon !mid' daughter being • instructed. Upon
being requested .to Indicate what kind of co
complishmeute 'he was desirous or hating her
ciaUghter possess, she said that "de gal must
be' lamed de.pieno and painting anyway, and
mebbe atter white, readin' and writin'."
The Mariners,' Mechanics' and lifilitary
Bali; to be riven on 'Friday evening, tile 16th
inst., under the management of Jame 6 Kelly
and Charles Justice, promises to be the most
successful of the season. From ell we can
hear it will be very largely attended, andlbe
character of the managers is an indication
- that it will be conducted in the best possible
Boys and girls, do yott want to see 'the
nicest lot of Holiday Goode ever !brought to
Brie? We fancy we bear you unitein a gen—
eral shout, “Yes, We do I" Then go to the
store of Better k Burgess, No. 1 Wright's
Block, and if you don't find it just as we tell
you, then say that we were—mistaken.
. The earriers of the Obierver desire us to say
that"they will present their patrons with a
neat Neer Year's offering, and hope they'will
be liberal in rewarding them for the same. It .
will be got up in novel style, and they intend
trying to Make it fully worth the money. they
expect to receive lbr it..
The tern? Methodist — was derived from the
habits of John ind Charles Wesley, whoothile
in college, lived such prayerful and methodi
'eal lives, that their associates gave theni the
mem& of methodists _ in derision. Those who
apply the terms of reproach may see them
become titles ofthe "ruttiest 'distinction. ,
An Zaglishman has Laken the peits to
weigh the clothes worn by a lady of eighteen,
of average sire, and says their weight is
He thinks there is no doubt- that by
continually carrying this bunion about them,
ladies visite their physical strength.
The Gauges has a subscriber who thinks
that paper the I'beet published in the.eoun—
ty." We trust Bartneterill be Informed
_of that individual's whereabouts. So rare A
dele:say should at ones be added to the won—
ders Of his Museum.
The oldest member ; of the Uniteritifek
Hone. of Representatives is Thaddeus Ste
vens, of .Pennsylvania, who is seventy one
years of see; and the youngest is James A.
Garfield, of Ohici, who Is thirty three.
A woman whO eloped frcim - Milwadkee was
arrested at Boston slew days ago. Her hus
band came on from the West, divided his
property with the woman, and theniet her go
with her paramour.
An oil oompany• has been established at
Springfield, in this,,tionaty, and propossle are
invited for the boring of a well 790 feet deep
and 4} Indies in diameter. '
Dr. J. G. Holland will deliver the third
lecture of "the course on Tuesday evening, the
20th inst.,ltis subject being "Cost-oultint—
When Ire look at the small men 'in high
au, we are sip! to 'conclude thai men are
It a building stones—tbe greater they are the
herder it is to elevate them to lofty positions;
A Boston paper says that Gough &engaged'
to lecture every evening from Thoitt&E,tls_,
of May next makipg m blit' nights to 1056
Prentice says' see of his ootemporaries
would swear. if sweetener,. till he was as black
in the fuse as whole negro brigade.,
The yowl .felleVi'who engages himself to
half s doss& yountwomin is undoubtedly s
bean of pvontlam
Strict liars been sent to enrolling
officers thinughont the country_ ta; correct
their enrolls ent nets with all convenient
speed. " f! •
Person 'have the fever sad ague are
not sui*Set to tledraft. The law expressly
115,41 tit, gateway, exempt. -
A sheep grower is Middlebury, Vermont,
has refined 320,000 fir his two buelte, "Gold
Drop" and "Silver Mine." - .
There ere 678 Notional banks now-doing
bnoinass throughout the country, with a total
capital of $108,101,130.
. The neat Iselure of the course wil4le dellirl
'red by Dr. J. G. Holland, do Farrar - Hall,
4,7aesday *rating, Dec. 201 h.
Arliiiha t te Ihnh
t e followntkngel :advertise=
p.st Fredonia Advertiser:
To Negro Werrskiliers"., I offer
ds, houses and store in Fre-.
•'" good bargain. It is a most de:
•n tolea t. political preaching
as ~ • , and generally the people be :
urn haveigro equality. To these induaei.
mats be added that it contains ai
4 1 editor who believes firmly in
negro superiority—espeaililly for the pur
pose of stopping a bullet, which be ob,
pets to do in person, and who ridicules
the old flag and Constitution of his coun
try. I shall sell, and now is. the time to
purchase. It is a fine property. The land
is good grape - land. The dwellings have
from one to two screw in each lot. ,The
stotilrik.briak .and in the water !of the
town. Any money but greenbacks. Cer
, tifate of indebtedness will be received
in`payment. Believing in being an hon
est man and carefill 'to keep my bands
from picking and' stealing, I cannot accept
payment in Confederate booth or money,
or any Southern property whatsoever. It,
is Kin true I never "pollute" my soul by
entering Church to give God thanks for
murder, but leave that for the editor of
the Ge ar and other nalignant Christians.
D. A. watts.
ATTZSTION BOIS !-A• CIIANOIC • TO . MAZi
idenar.—Very few perecins are awire,,tbatby
s recent invention, newspapers and serapief
printed paper, can be converted into materfar
for printing upon again: The high price 'die
paper has made an satire dein:slid for old
newspapers, books,. Knsphiets and scraps Of
paper for this purpose, find it is eqgerly
bought up by_parties conneeted with the oi.
per mlllll. `By connoting And saving all the
material of ,this kind about their houses, and
selling it, many a family can put ""money in
their pnraes,', which would otherwise be lost.
The highdit price, in cash , will he paid for it
at this °Molt. tr.
Lamm IRItApY MAGI CLOTHING STOCK, VON
8A1.1.--Wjahlig to retire' from business, I
offer for Sale my entire stock of Ready 11ade
Clothing, Furnishing and Piece Goods at cost.
ThVetiiik catitprises'the largest and most com
plete assortment of goods belongibg to the
trade in the city. Lease of the store for 18
menthe goes with the stock.
tf. Mosss KOCH.
' Wedding and Vlettins'iCards. -
We call special attention to the superior
styles of. Wedding and Visiting Cards printed
at this offittei Having procured Several new
fonts of type especially for this kind of work,
we are enable to print cards inn style equal
to those ,obtained in any of the larger cities.
It is nothing less than foolishness for persons
to go abroad and pay_ extravagant prices, for
engraved cards when they can get jll9t as han d
some ones at, home for less than on third the
cost. ;, if.
Snap P,entions, Bounties, arrears` of ltay
can be procured by tho Vitiown,cOrphans
and neat of kin of those who have tiled is the
sorties otths United States; also, by Soldiera,
atitillesznen who' are dr - sable:l by wounds re
ceived er diseassOontracted, upon application
to' O. P. aturrscru, Licensed Military and
Naval Claim Agent. Office in the Common
Council Room, Wright's Block, corner State
and Fifth sta., (under the Dispatch otnee,)
Erie, Pa. • . r 7-7
FIRST CLASS PITT ltsatns toe FOOSALS.—•
Being about to remove to Philaaelphia, I of
fer for sale my -city residence and the whole
or part of the fUrniture, on reasonable terms.
The house is one of the best in the city—mod.
ern style and finish, - with double-parlors on
each side of the hall, land fitted throughout
with gas and weer, P ossession given, if' re.
quired, on the Ist of J ttuary, or Ise of Apri
kir We remind our readet the-facili
ties of the Observer *fast are not excelled by.
any establishment in North Western Penn
sylvania for doing Job Printing.. Persons in
need of Vendue Bills, Election Tickets. Bill.:
Heads, Blanks, or any kind of Plain or' Fancy
Printing, will find it• to the advautace , te _
give us s cslL if
Iltaxxs.—We keep constantly on `band a
large selection of Legal Blanks, of approved
forme, such as seeds, Mortgages, - Judgment
sud Vommon Notes, Summons, Subpeenas and
many others, not in such goneral•use: Thos . °
in need of these articles, will find it to their
advantage to give our office a 11; tf. °
LADIES . ' Fuse.--Purchasers may.roly upon
getting the best Fan at .Charles Oakferd (St
Hone, Continental HoteLzMa t •
GiNTLZMIN'S HATIL-All the .latest styles
at Charles Oakford & Bons, Continental Hotel,
Philadelphia. - .
In West Millereek, Dec. Gth, at the resi
denoe of Thomas Willie. Esq., by for. D. I
Osborne, Mr. Liken ANDERSON, bf Snmifi
township, to ADCs JCLTA A; BtAcKrfatn,lo
On the ad insti at the residence of her ssin-
Te / , AL Austin, Mrs. Love. Haunts;
.fornierly o'f Salisbury, C. , aged 76 years,
In North East, on the 16th nit., of scarlet
fever, Itolisite ltiolxvosu, aged 14 year.; mid
In Summit, Nov. 27th, Mrs M}ll.lllA
Elmo, nod 66 years.
In Springfield, Erie county, Fa , of con—
sumption, Nov. 12th, Mr. , ' Joni Li. SITST.T ;
member df Mills' Cat., aged 48 years.
e t el
4 74 1
PILLS r '.
The ontablaMion of Ingredients, in these Pills is the
result of imm and extensive practise. They aro mild in
their operation and eatanot do harm to the merrefll - r
este; certain to correcting all Iriegnlar.ties, Painful
lilenstraattens t rsmovtnz all obstructions, whetherr from
cold or Whams" biadietle, pain to the side, palpitation
of the heart. whites, - all nervous affeetione, hysterics,
tattoo, pets to Shebat* and limbs, kc., distarhed'eleep,
which arise from Interruption of nature.
DR. CEEZBIIICAB'B FEMALE PILLS
HITS been nut over a quarter of a century. They WO
oilered aa the only sate mean* of reneetnir interrupted
toonotruation, but"Ladleo muse bear in mind that Mrs
Is ewe essuldiee ef as issue system is wkiel flu pads
easiest fel fakes withal pram, o PECIILLAR RE
SOLTL.Tba ankilitims rsolorool to is PRCO.9ARCT—
ths MISOARILLIGZ. Such is the irresistible
tendency of then:Adkins to restore the sexual• organs
loan mg eonditina,thattmon the roptoduetloo power
of utters essukcst resist et. THEY. CANNOT DO' HARM
Many other way.
Dr. Cheessman's' Pills
hate boos • stindarl, remedy for over thirty years, and
ere the post effectual one ever known forall coo:4.llosta
niter to reunites, T. all claesee.they ere invedu *We,
certainty periodical regularitgi They
On wands, who 11111!0 as .4 - them - la diner
kat hon :Ithereountry, having the Woo
tton of stoftob . of tbtozost eminent .physlciatis in Amer
Mollie, dusetlo tsting when they should be need,
with sub $l, PI; sox, or 6 totes for V%
eon Uinta: 60 to 00
Ma oust by tail. prozdfbluk ed ;scum from or
valloo._ by reoltUno to the - 4 woe! Wore. SOLD 'DT
1111T0H1111:18 ec HILLYtt Proprietors,
81 Cedar Bt., ItsWa.ork •
Sold In Eris by Qatar; & Carver, Yleele.lef.Sllistt, Roll
ly Wartsi, end Win. Nick. Sold in Chtfjoblr. A. Raw
Tavern Stand for Sale.
TEE SUBSCRIBER WLSHIA TO
retire from public life offers for ,sale hit TIMM
Stand known as the Railroad Bowe. • situated - a kW rsis
sad .of ,t le railroad depot in North East. with about•
thirteen agree Waal, land attached, with an abun
dance of tie diatoms kind at fruit trots, he. A tarp
and etunmedlouc PRAIR ROUng AND BARN, • E s
all in Mime enter, with a good ntn,of custom, A
yore pleasant and desirable location for a place of 42
buin ae. I would sell the buildings nd one saga land
If desired. for thirtrfire hundred dollars, or the whole
for Is thou-and &Ilan. I would pram to apt furniture
and everrthing menaMed with the house. For fur ther
putt mime enquire of the aubserTher oaths premises. 4
North Last, Dec.d.1184.-3te SAMUEL
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
J. H. RIBLET & CO.,
Weald respect:oHr latent the paths that thell Ism
• - opened a
IN GABLE'S BLOGKr
Gen Sth wad 9th Streets, on StatL.
Wire theylatead tot jpep eouttentLi ott brand • full
dirt seat of
NEW ND WELL SELECTED FILILIUTTEE.
t .Wi nopeetfally solicit a.h.ru of the Public pot
map. J. H. %mixt%
jaar64-tf. H. W. SPOMIC.
- - -
)MORBIBC), N & DINSMORE,
• ,r 1.1110L11141.1.1 MIAI4IIIIB IN
Flour, ork, Beef, Salt,..Grain
CLOVER, TIMOTHY SEED, &c.
No. 2j Wayne
!RUCH SUM, •
t Arm ai rt n ifilli sad SW Sta,, • &RIR,
1 TO CONSOMPTIVES
t:pmbieribekkilleheerfuliy senu (free
of e.UtTe) to all Wish desire it, the itopy of a Stuns
ley which he trap cored of that Mtn dilletkle COD
i . ' •
lia/bsers with Consirnow, * Anima. lisoavairts, or
ret a z ed dhetion. be slatorely hopes will try thie Recipe,
HP they do so they will be mote thto setletied
with the Omit. ThorkW for his own complete reetore•
tios,b• le melon to place to the bsude of every en errer
the of ewe. ?hoes wishing the recipe with el tt
am, wiliplesee e.,a1l ow or Wren
Jusel Firm. 'WV. 8. ALLISN,
- N 0.66 John Street. New her%
Wrj ARE . CATERING . , -
A. begs mootimoont of Rabb. IGoodi, Comte,
Illesslerktiolls. Doll Ilsoits. Chums sad Ansmossents for
Ciliiteast, Pg4olllerail in
T hilitiTh y s.
A PURELY. VEGETABLE TONIC..
INVIGORATING $ r,TRENGTHI.NING,
Fortino's the ay stepl against the evil etT.ets of iatorb..l.
14111 Cra. Dy.peps , m.
Will cure rieakneet. -
Wijt cure Genera! Debility
Will earl!, heartburn. , ! '
Will curt If en.tacht. ' •
A iIl cure Lts,r Uocaplaint.
ezcite and meat., a healthy Ilppelit•
Will insigoratn the of dtp..taon and zrojtrala
ly Inersage the tan,pertture of tti ,, body and the rove or
cireulettou, act.luK iu tact asw r 126.96.36.199 corroborant o 1 the
a) Item, containing no poiAunona drugs, and la
TBE BEST TONIC lIITTL;Li IN THE WORLD
C. HI'I3IIPI. t: CO., Proprietor'',
• liudins, ti. T.
Ikpol., A tn.. 'lean Es:preen Bulldog 56 HU)
SON ST.. NE W TOP.R.
ror este by all Druggiatp, GrceerP,
WNNIG ' HO DLEY, Erie, Wholeasle Agent.,
and for sale by (LW. A_ 1%1141, Carter & Carvar and
king 4 ito-.t h
Keystone National Bank of Erie,
CAPITAL, $150,0u0% '
• DIRECTORS :
BELDEN msavis; -, Jolts W. LIAMMoNii,
ZLILIU MARVIN, II 3TF , It TOWN,
()RANGE NOBLE, President "
sit - JEW J. TOWN, Cashier.
The above bank will ho opened for the transaction of
Monday, liece-sth, , in
West side of State St., between Seronth Eighth.
Satisfactory paper discounted.
Money rdceired on Deposit.
Collectfabs nude and proceeds accounted for eith
Brainy Specie - and Back Notes bought and sold.
A share of- Public Patronage is respectfully solicitel.
Store Stand and Residence for Sale
THE' UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale hie Property In the vlllage elllearer
Erie county, Fe ; consisting of an expellent Note
Building , and Dwelling Honer, with an - acre or mws
land attached. The Store hag beet need for, they eipose
A great number - or - years; and la well fitted, beteg large,
convenient and having a good cellar. A wing attaci.e.:
to the building will accommodate a mall family. The
eland to one of the best in the county, beingg sonstel in
a healthy, fertile , end wealthy naighhorhood. rhs rev.
ifinceThi t tire=slbiFesine, harm' a large, dry-ceiLar, and
being both roomy And convenient. A rood Cl/tee-NV.II
aruL4lern,arn, - 001sneeted with the hou,c. I will cell or
exchange for, Ihnperty In Erl 4, on reasonable terns
Any person Wishing to Nadi/Lee will adire.e ,
Doe. 1,1864-1 t
. Administrator's Notice.
LE . rrERs ADMINISTRATION ON
tire eetate of Robert 3. ilow lard, deceireed,lat , • of
Le alio& township, Erie connty,'l's , having teen pant.
ed to the undersiwned, nnti , e la hereby given to CI
knowing themsrivre in cited to said estato to make im
mediate tayment, in I those having claims egnitit ti
same will present tLana, pr..pr rly authenticated, tor act=
tlernent. JO. Ei'd \V t LIJR0:1, Admitamtrator.
Le BLou', NOT. 23,
THE PY.EM[SES TRI
Striacribet,ln . .. 4 unrni• townehtp. on re bTfore
Lttli day nr Augu+t, lt,e4, a Red Yea , .,ing w,t t ,
white rent on toe back. The iiniaer i• requested to e.,_.
for,mr.l, p7riVe property. pay charger, t.•
44 A - 5 . ; Ottternitio *Ate will as d Frn..,l of arenr.t,ttrt t
law. 7.11•7- .I.IIIF-4 P .:. 1
WUM - a:AS LETTERS TU,TAIEN
t‘ry to the 1 , of JACO K5 0 151. , CZ
late d Fadrrietr t.4nabith 43eze.,so.t, hare !. urc d:tme
to the 157b.cri'ors,111 perenna tr.:obted to IL. ,
aro requected in make immeMote payment, end tr. ,
hating cia.tne or demands ugtinet the ts - tnte of then '
deeedent 'rift moke Lancrn t to same t.itho;at d.'ar t
Fairri•w, N0r.30, i. 61•
Orphan's Court Sale.
Puti.lT ANcE (.IF 4;DEI.
Ia the Orphan'' , C , uct for thi County of ;1 - ,-
cranto , l. 1 'AI awn puOlicaste.at for %lark• t Ii•
In,the nay nl Eno, on tho 'TOL•• , ' 1 , 1.
1,505, the :et - r.h.t.tll.!al O - .taro • '‘ , l
Al! th.,t - m , rtaio or p t-n lor lanY sot.T:dosltalTa
towstsh,p of "srbs., eelr, c the Claatr / ne,
State of Pe nnvy Irv!, a, t.ount! ' ell ard . 1 e , 0 , ! ..5 tt R. 591, - s ',
to wit,: Ilegiuututf a. , pool tsa the u t Ala-:'
of laud o.9•lrrloa - C , 111,1 P.0. 0 050, " 4
2 . 10 perch-., 11,01 , 1,11 L ao .11 r
aouthareet cornor of .kla u',r .
107 0-10 too -h• t o•oco 1!--; ea.: ho ..n. ,
pandit.' at it , ,the irt; rt .• Of Fa,! P.Ogen.
thence 1 , 1,1111 , oast 107 0.19 porcl,oya - .9 thou ,
aottat 112 , loc.. We , ,) to rho place of 14;1 , 1
ning—containtog at:. a and 1.1 per, be the Fame mot.
that co?t if 0 , her Int or pure of zrQund sltuat ,
in •r,•. I me. 1 / 4 nown nc the efluath one-hall of In
hi, I 44[1 ! 4. Ind bounded its !toiou . s, viZ.• 1 1 i, 11,
vest 1,, i erode street, on the south t•y'rwelfth street ox ,
the west by In lot No t, and the north by north bean!
In lots Noe. 1 and 4, bartnz erettod thereon a GOOD
}TAW: rtrEI.LING I.IDI7QE.
russessino of the shove de•tcribPl ploera of property
to be Riven on the nret Ra of April nett. ,Terms of elle,
one-third in hund, balance in too annual Installment*,
to be - sedured by judgment bond and rnort,tazo on :II.•
premiere—or cash on contlrnethon of Pale, at the optton
of purchaser. JOHN
Guardian of the minor children ar. Meta, Used.
Young Men" , i, Christian Aiisocielion
RECULAR LECTURE COURSE
FOR THE ZNSUING WINTER,
AT FARRAR HAIL
1. Dee. Bth—Prof. JAIIES B. AIiGELL, 'et Purl
dence, R. I. Subject, "The wit mud Humor of all NO
2. Dec. 13th—Rev. J. S. C. ABBOTT, Boaton, ilaka
Subject, `Trance and Het Emperor." " 4
9. Dee. Path—Dr. J. C. 1101.LAND,Spriogne;S, Man
Subject, "Coat and Compensation."
4. Doc. 27th—Her. W%I. A. BARTLETT, Bronk'ya,
T. Subject. "Cndiorz"drered Arta,"
5. Jan. 34—HENRY GIL&s, F.iq , guiwy,
Subject, "Woman in ...,, ,, hatcapeare."
8 Jan. 10th-eetbl44xte n,t yet 1311 rd
7. Jan. 17t1t—RAUMI WAI,DOILMEASON,
Rams. Subject not yet announced.
S. Je.R..J.4th—Prcf. F.. L. YOUR ANS, Sarstop, ' V:
9. .lart:3ln-13 V.TAYLOR; et the °neat . ° .141.rxel
Suiject, "The Cr.ptule of Lookout ifountathf
10. Feb. lith—ltt. Rev. B,ipliep CLARKE', R. 1. So`'
jest not yet Ur/ounce& '
-U. Wren Sch—Per. E. IL CIIAPIN, N. V. Subject
not yet annonce.d.
- A:. Mazola I.Ltb—JOIIN B. GOI:G11. Subject, oFtct
Tic.ketk for the comae, with Reserved Scst4, w1:1
oCerol for skillet FARRAR HALL, on MONDAY MORN
INQ, NOV. '29th, at B o'clock, at the followioc vireo
(Tr.o ticket. 4.3
Two tickets, •
Three `'• 9:3
Foar . 13 e 0
Fire " Settee.) .
Tickets (or single lectrires,. =Cents.
At the Committee can, on no conslderatiou,ieseret
promise to reserve; F.asta borers the time designate:,
purslane aeakring to secure seats are respectfully request
Yd not to apply to them for that purpose.
The 'tight advance In the primp or tickets over Lbw..
0 ! L..; earl made Demmer,' by the foeremed coat of
the lettuces, prfntivg, kc.
- 6.11. CAMMEY,
W. R. DAVENPORT;
C. C. SHIRK,
C E. OUNNISAN,
W. 147 C E,
INN. Nov. 16, 1564.
NEW GROCERY STORE•
The undersigned bses . cipenrd & new (Ironer? , Siert% ^.
EAST SIDE OF STATE ST., Sd 1101'SE ?DIRTA
OF RAILROAD BRIDGE,
Where they intend keeping n fall PM I , idy
IIKOCKENIC wAft •
y :I. NOTION 4,
TOBACCO &. C11:4 1 i -
And strrythlng usually on nand in an Sollabli.hr''
•- - -
We are deterraLtrd to otter am good Liolueetnehts a' t"
other dealers in the city. and Invite the powie
reetideat that Ire ran give entire ant tefarthri.
F. A. WEBB-R .t 1.14
Army and . Navy
JIT'S 1' It EC EI V E 1),-'another lot oi
WRITING k TWIST CA-41.', the , finest ►rate
the world for these in the Navy itn.l Army.
cone who barn friends in eitliss brnneh of
stionlil send them this •eceptsblw end awful r r,ei.:
sepls'ls.l. YOUNG'S KM
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Jamb Can Loou 1
tole (.11. the le. Of • In Cotnnwn Near ct Fne r
T. , J. ilahlesitl, to OAT. FA. SO. S 2, NOT. lern,l".l
Cynthia, riewdy,ot el. ) .
The undersigned Au btor aprntntodo t l 2
make di/drib:lt:on of the money mode nho al , ' ""
led writ wil. attend tn . the du11.... ho arpnintm. nt
hie aloe In the c.ty agile, the I:th day 01 [woo
bar /5134 at 2 o'clock, P. M. LI
F. NA ELSAL