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ERIE WEEKLY OBSERVER.
Cl rs vas 0 Osimrs Brnoisait," ttATI Mar.
Orman" taus Port Omar.
zeRIPTION—TVO DoLLARS AND PIM Cure per
loom if paid to 'drawn ; Them* DOLLAILI Y aid
ant,l turner of the year. Plubecieben
t end y r will be charge 1 Torn Cage ••
year in addition.
'ESTISSIIENTS.—Oos Square of Tem Una one la
s,,to ; two neertione $1,60 ; three Ism.
y 1,75; one mouth $2,00 ; two months $3,75 ;
M onths :7,50; six mouths $5,60; one year SI 00;
ileertioements in proportion. Thor MUM
s tnttly adhered to, eaten ciliated by epeeist
Kt, or at the option of the publisher'. Audi.
Societe, Strays, Dlrtirdsb s'a'd rike silvertler.
y2OO ; Admisietratoee Notice's $B. O O ; Leemy
iCr ytTi coOtai line; Yardage Notices wwiregle
.,t, e piece: obituary Mottoes (over three limes
teed bre emits per lino. Original poetry, as.
ritten At the request of the editor, one denier
me All advertise seats will be continued at
A ra , ' of the person "Tertisitlif, =AU ordered
by 4A, threetlol3, unless a speasod pa w is
I a; - ,ln for VIA vafirtioo.
orp3.—Ve bare OM di , the beet JOWLI
o the sus., ...I to do any work la
sotrosted to in, in equal styli
yr eltiblishineet ontaide of tb• !amok ems..
e ,,,,,, u ninstlims rittobld be addressed to
Pablober and Proprietor.
'onto Cards Ic:ertrti in thin soluma at tit*
n , ypd Serest Dolls* per 3aar—secardial to
ArrovesT LT Law, trie Coanty,
and other boatetAa attended to with
• Anna:fry AT LAW, in Walker'. Q.
.vwoth Ittvet. Elle, Pt au 7'q
Bpog BLARX BOOkitazvraoraila
tioogan.s.in and DeMir in Stntleerry,
VaginntAN N.wisPaimrs, atn. COthtly dealers
„ L i., Brown's Hotel,frontUg the Put.
I M n
. 1 .
a. cw-2.13 bu taken the Lime Kiln at
of Freual Slrret, weal- die Iphtst depot,
prrute:l to fordo& Wh„"te Wm% la largo
la the loweat coukei. 1,114 a.
•.tlt 3: MtItVIN.
Artlog.NYTS am Comourztota ♦7 LAW.
Pax eon Lfl tl, u4►r North West comer of the
CITT NtER, being many yean Coast,
Le report , : , ••.:rTey or make Plum or Hata
, (Mo. m Common Council Room,
irliTIC7 Or ?111. P,AI3X. Office wooed
12e Blork, irroTh stvel, between Ilftb and
C .1 1 '
ricLLS:oi FHOT XISAPH GALLWRT,
tlew rio Pa. iaratf64d.
Ain , sr tP AT Lklr. Ridgway, )%.
nk, qcKrlct, C nnr., n ant letforana count/al.:.
u IV. W. WILBUR.
M. i; )N HOUSE.
t.! reet—one squrtre out of
S. pt. 29-17.
icsr.cm or nu Nuot, Paragon Block,
Vito:Rey nt 1 awned J. P.
en% Cony. ya,cor and enile,tor.
11. g, o , Lith.lB Collar or Yittli and
Jonx rttotruitutitul: at th- neer
her u Lau. r Large au
4 Pr-vinove Wood Slid Ve 1110 W WSVIN
tos,co, Jke to wh , ch be re
tt• att. nt vo of the public. Fet•efied that
'er I.Argains as can .e had to env part
aired, between 4th and sth streets.
Erie Railroad Depot. Erie, Pa.,
Proprietor. Eatenelve aecomnioda
s! -.n .r. and trarelent. Board by the day or
b .t.zhnni: apr2s" tr.
I:RL.L 6t BILOTIIhIt,
844814301.1L11 riLtLOll4 end
r l';aner F Kay Patent ' , tearing Moe Muss
~.• State r.t.zeet, between Bth and Bth Sta.,
tru.do to order in tfic finest style.
0 , 6(111.:11V 7
LITEIf 4.71, eialt STABLE, on Eighth
•4tate and Fie-alb. Fine Bone. and Gus
' r t mr2.814-Iy.
S: M CiLICTLiAL,
Harry: rirkens of Steam Rairietea,Rothal,
Nr. A ;rice! total imptamvata Railroad OW%
Dcreter, Office In Rosen
4.ieelt, north Fide of the PArk. Fri•. Pa
Riar,lrAy, KIX Co, PA. Urn E. 0 CLSXOI7II,
141./a is a new and handesunely fitted up
the so.dst of ono of the bast Lout:Log end lluot,.
renusy/rstria. GOGAZIOCII Jct. lov/na.Chean
/.d Table and Uoderata eriCeA. The public
, t..//p.estfutly a dietsLA. selet4-13*
As VALII.II. 4 1111/.
ATTOMIT ♦T LAW--MeCeollatt stmt.%
the Court House, Erte,ht.
Lt.ut, Ll.), 31. U.
Urrior or Saver:trim 'TEL , T. near
Nov 4. 16164 3moiro.
I) LL; R IN DRY GROOS, CILOORRIii.
::ardw NaLIA, tilaßa, bead, Plaetar eta, eor
th rlve. awl Public Square, Male, Pa. Pt
Wau:Setaul um tirrin. DILLS.* 01
4 Prorunuus. Slow gad Feed. Wood and
tz", Wuo.a,Lictiors, Tonumo,Sepri, ke,,Blste
It to Yoratea Him* b'antlatting Emponum
Ruel4l.? I.leo/ IC. ?IMPRIMIS.
wia as eta Attention K hoo to
t of ru-• ar6 634y*
. /di Zit.
0 . I r.t,NG AND CONSISsiON WIXECIZIA"
Fare °age oa rubae Dock. F•aat COMMA' lot
ica Coal. Ult, F.sh, now.,
4 Ater it tee, X.c.. S. EL- -Particular attentaon
rtra to t,e Pxceieuut and Forwarding of vitro.
Ce 4 le and tieL,e,l, to all parts of the coasUl.
T 1 " , .•Llf.Lt,
Veir: ur , ceries, Produce Provirioni,
fled Were, Virtues, !Agoura, ikc,
upv.,31.0 l'ocu.Sce, Erie, ea.
TTO 17 3 .13D Corlll§llLol.ls At tall
• L.PIONG 6r, okpoarte Intreirdan
L04(110.1 Lod all other 1.00 l boA
Ctnan:o, Erie, Warren and form
bretced to es t , fnll, and prornp . ii
A (.I.lt:ltith, K hinra k Brecht
'erm IL - sin, Erie, Pa.
'".n, lieu. 8, P.Julainson,, W. D. Brown
P• HILL'S CELEBRATED
edit:.thed and popular med du* has Woo
d no r the last twenty yews it
with - mote decided en.
" , z1 o'kier meCten.r before the publeo. Not
fe,.. alerldntiou a ne.t. etmary to those famlgist
t:, a. 14 cumerutax auAl spe.l),aar"._
11.44 de.net. conbdrcee In "1 V•'"'"
..1,47.4 1614 armed) *Ms. p.t, r cky
6t ta d
opcition-IN a,apted to a ages
-:cet-aad .Luald be kept La every h " : "
al,c, ryqulred, it throat and ltuat
ue treated s ith the ore of this Remedy in
" eLegn, a lees ot.icher of detail', will he
Rglii:DY le the bed nnuedy known
• ( 0L4i113; Ch'
COU:01.), CROUP or RATTLY'S.
~, pirmsir; BRONCHITIS.
i'oug ma tot:agorae, as Lear.
l'rtec-341 Ceuta to Sk P-r Bottle*
YrAI,FEE., Itawatikturtre and Proplietorar
torth of Seventh street trio.
bi Druz ; vi aid dealers throughout the
CitaeoJl Of Erie City *ad A:laity
Celebrated C Conch ßemedy with
4, swing disuses of the Throat and Lange,
nuommsodingits one to the Wished
etetteal remedy. Italy worthy of Falk
Haantos4 D. Sh irt, . 6t. J. W. gm See., Robert J. T R .
'au, Dzawl !War, Daniel Hum,
A J. Robinson, C. K. Etliget i ,
W. 7 .ltinclonheekt o 3. Noofth
Y. S. Dutton, J. W. Calm.
"a ; Alaasta Sherwood, Was. H. 14
~..,, W. H. Cooper. A. .
Joseph, Deesoar, 5.1.
Benj. Grazit, J. Salsbury,
Ludas A. Hall. W.
Thorns / WiLee. J. 1.V4,
w. M. lastkaz. J. Ratiaaea , ll4.
Chas. W. &WEI. naidi,
14 F. Xaaiga. C. Q. RaveU.
Sr* Dea.2:4 "64-4 at
Arra'ZlT At Law. Ridris
It 111 aLo prutice in adJ on
THE GREAT ENGLISH EMMY.
81R JAMES CLARKE'S 1
Celei:Witted Percale Pi3la.
AOTECTED .1 LEITERS
rr‘j . "
BY ROYAL •-0- PATENT !
perefflnein a Prim:Hylton/ ' Sn J. Clatrks, At. Lt.,
PApaeian Jestrawdiaary Or the Qum
his traminahle medicine Is unfailing In the cure of all
bole palatal and danzeso as diseases to which the female
ermatitutioa is .abject. It moderates all OICIMIX and re
taelass all obstructions, and a speedy mare may be relied
TO MARRIED LA DIMS
It is pomillarly 'silted. It will. la a short time, bring on
the monthly period with Vlikullatity.
Raab bottle, price One beim, Nadu the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, as utirrent.ituaterietta.
Masa Par aterstd sat bet h restslin doing the
FIRS? . TAU= MONTHS 4. Presumuy. ss tarp are
ere to irises ea Affeawriart, but al say ma:rams May
la all ewes of Verrone and Sydael Affiliations, Palm in
Om Beck and Limbe, Fatigue et /light sifertion,f alpita
tion hr the Lieu% Hysterics and Whites, them Pills will
.Nest a Cure when all other memo have failed: and al
though a powerful easedy, do not eantainiron, calomel,
antimony or !within( hurtful to the constitution.
Toll directions In the pamphlet around each pu We,
which should be unfelt" rruerved.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Bola Agent tar the United States and Canada,
JOB MOSS, 27 Cortland! St., New Tort.
N. B.—sl,ollaad 6 postage stamps enclosed to any mu
borlard ages; wiU Mimes h bottle coatalu Lag LO KILL
Da. it IiMSH % LL''S CATARRH ISNUNK.—This
Snail has thoroughly proved itself to be the beat
wilds blO.ll for caring Catania. Coin is TIM Hitt,
and EIIIAD•CRIL It hag been found an excellent reinrily
in many awes of Sou Eves. Dnxesicas has been rirr or ed
by it, and Ramiro has often been greatly improved by
IL Inc It Is fragrant and agreeable, and gives IMRE ill
are HELIX" to the dull heavy paint essiast by direasve
f th• Head. The sensatieur attar uelag it are delightful
sad Invlicirating. It opens And puree oat all ob
slineUons, strengthore the glands and gives a healthy
ictian to the parts affected.
Yon than thirty years of tale and use of Dv Marshall's
Catarrh and Headache Snuff has proved Its great value
for all the cool! ioa'diseases of the head, and at this ma.
ideilit it mantle higher than ever before It I, recommend-
Ed by many ot the beat physician; and Is tuted .lth great
swear sag saristictio.c,c c :ab ere . Read the Certificate
%f *holed& Druggists in I'a4 :
The aunfondgoed barbs( for essay yes?' been Lopata
tad with Dr. lfartlintri Catarrh and Heads, be Snuff, ern]
eold Ia oar wholesale trade, cheerful]. state that we be
lieve It to be ettnal, In every respect, to the we mends
boas given of it for the cure of Ca'arrh Affections, cn•l
that It t, 4ilCierOdly the beet artl'a's we hare sear known
for all eonunon diseases of the Head.
Burr & Perry, Reed, Austin & CO.. Dreier; L.menn k
Co.. Reed. Cotter & Co.. Seth W. Ebi.r3. Wilann;Faitha•
Co, 84r..t0a ; Fieuatlaw. Edalaaada & B Hav,
Port als& la.; Barnes it Park, A. B. 2c Sao echen
Pool & Co., larsoUltoor & Co., WoCesson & Rubbing, A.
Sainirin M. Ward, Close & Co., Bosh & Gale,
for Ws by all rirozzigta. frr It. Pire4-IY.
RR INDIUSTir• PILLS.—They nape] tit , . 'pi
eons which thre.ten 1 fe. Entry time a sick ptn
eon le purged by ?Aftt vegetsb'e rem r, he has lets vi
tiated hectors end more life and vigor, 0 4 Lay one c-n
prove by taking • singie dies. Persons of spare Wit ,
gent Seth !rid strength white using them. Every t• in -
we net • few days CM Steers from etc.. pwrltion re rnake
new dnids from one roof, which replace the unnuno.l
one, that the ping bars tus.ed tr be resonated. Rte.
time we repeat WI prates,' we expel fartter ClUntittem
otliapastties, which are again replaced by fluids loan and
tab impart, Ma that in eshorttime, by continuing Ibis
trtstessist, we bring bick the whole mays of du.d. or
hismaire to that static( parity whfiih constitutes heath
for Emanates Pills only Us away humors wtoch ore
Sold by all rapect ito`e demises in melte ,ev.
FCUIPSED: fess lights are extlngunlied when a
j great tenth shin-s Guth, sad thy' incontestib le at
that the hale tutus fro tf ay, red or rashly to a glori
osa black or tzto • ha a ilia thunellon changes
(Whites, ender V.ls operating of
Cristadoro's Hair Dio.
sow kaown tbrottgbout the Americo& coatluent. It
h r oleo% eanto"ni no mastic, tinprov." the flh,
prodoces a rich, natural and hail g color of ■of shade
from a warm brown to *slowly sable. sod is endornetl by
the most entre:int analytic aitougata to the tloltttl
gaaaaatared by J. CRIST4DORO, Yo. a later Honer,
Sim Tea. Bold by all Dragglatiaad applied by 411114. r
Dripoirri. naari 'Ur
rrlUI TUE iNittitVOUrs, DEBI LITIVrt II AND
DIISPOvDEST Otr tiolll stair.—% greet sni
hirer harlot/ been restored to health In a few days, after
many years of Finery, is willing to meat his snlering
Billow-sreatores by sending Oared on the receipt of a
postpaid addnesed envelope, a copy of the Armee o
clue empire ed lhect to
JOHN 14 DAGNAL.I... Box uta Poet Office,
Brooklyn, S. Y.
TOUIAK , VErfIiTIAN liottsE
sseat.—ln pint bottles, prim 60 teats. r
-640 Italia Bt. liartford, Coact.
Dr. Tont/us—Dear sir: pure been le the liter) ba si
new for the last twenty Years, end during that time
have Uri all UM various liniments and lotions of the
day. Dint never have found an mll.l. equal 'la 'oar
*Dan Horne Liniment. niers fairly tested it on my
Boras In distemper, sprains. eats, Wks, •elling of the
&Ai, is., as also for rheumatism bn myself, and bare
always bland It an invaluable resistV.
itaspeetiaiir yours. V. LITCHFIELD.
Sold by all druggists. Offlis l / 2 Oa Cort!aadt Street,
A VNlVglittiAL MEDWINEC —'y whet we eat,
by the air we breathe, or by the water r. e dri k. we
can be made sick ; orb/ fatigue, or from debility io awed
by beat, because these effects end by producing impur at!
of 610°4 To regain health we must parry the blood,
by the smuts of the stomach and bowel* ; these organs
moat be tonrinued in the regular perfuridence of that
duty which nature has aerigned them, sad should there
be any impala:eat, to via done experience pant t
TO liftANDatrtill PLEA.%
which scoot injure, and which will lately restore the
bowels to the regular perronuinee of tfietr duties.
The 4/ipecac, the bidous will end them a treasure of
heattle. and the same mat be acid to all wh are rick in
any way,—take Braadrettie Pllll red be eared Sold by
Nl respectable dealers I. meateinee. ap 1 '65.1m
ACANDID ISTATEMIiNt.- - -You can procure o
pay dined in this city and vicinity ur. Tobias
V•wrilaa Unimak. It ia a ours and aywriy ours for
son Utica, bitadaabe, toothache, throat° rhevnati-to,
oalta,creaps and pain la toe Utah. We advise every
Obi to give it a trial. The *spouse Ia a mire trite-25
arati-sad am ars cooliritat to person will ars, be with
out it. Marry tinily 'baled have a boles to the boom
is seat at sadism ao Wrirro Ls. nab as cats, barn% smith',
64. Its pals telieriog quantitate vairacaloos. As for
4,014011 Na sivIKI heal:Ueda, ws limo the oartificates
to grave It.
Frier SA sad $0 errata Bold by all draggists. Ott ea
C4rtlastlt Attract, New York. _ mart-Im.
TNTALION, TARN NOTICE:
I Dn. Annaleh t Co., of Bolblo, diaeorere d
• mem Ram 'method, by which all &nano eaa b•
nally mad eadlcally nand by the poiheat. without the
ald efa ph/2445. Dr. Y. Is the author of a medial
work of moo price $2 00, &lag • fall explanatloo
of Dm of Waist. Shay sloe publish a wand/
Keen! of which easople aambir• wW be not
fen, by addreedag Dn 1. TLINANICH A Do,
das• Sabato, N. T.
A card to the Suffering.
SWALLOW two orb hogshaada of ABoaha."
"Towle Bitters , "pirMi," "Merlons Anti•
dope; Lea, firs, ha, and after you are satiaded with tea
ratan. thew ewe hoz of OLD DOUTOit NMI ahr d
ItNULLOI if MM.-sad be restored to health
and f ~ a y l aaan~e than thirty days. They are pure!y
1 to tab, prompt sad aleatory to Watt
iirott - itoillsoites down and shattered eonstihrtiza.
Old andziang as take th em with adwantage. Ispnr
ted and to the Melted stator way by
AIL 8. BUTLIB, No. 42Tliresdiray,
Arent Ow the tread B . ".,:tee.
r. a.—A bet at the hug, ..em s6 pierA win be Drill'
igo Wiener ets receipt of p 1111111/2 LB Ow DA
rebuelkod by Apia If satire
rest tea. 11134 m.
mug mom. caulteasi.—k Not* of warning
sal MMus %thew ramortog with &ming Wast
ers. filming 1:10111, or Prasatuni DOW, boo whAt*
in enr se ts Om Pre" ll N a 4. powier, sad Meet t
Ipe to es, , for the beemett of the arreted
Setiagalliiis so% Ammo
ale lisioligray, Kew Turk.
TWO DOLLARS AND 'A-itALF PER YEAR, IF-pAID IN ADVANCE; 13.00 IF NOT PAID UNTIL THE END OF THE YELL
TSIFIVIALATION To Nair :wee Noaw
l. gait a gentleman cured of Nervous D. WM,. In.
competency, Premature Decay, and Ynuthfal Prz or, ac
tuated by • de Ire to benign?, other*, will be IoPPT to
fiatillb to all who need it Knee of duo's') the retire
and directions for making the maniple raceway owed la
his ease. Sufferers wishing to rott by the advertiser',
bad experience, and "nt h a sure and valuable remody
eau do co by addrea • et himatones at his plaee of bud
news. The recipe an fell infurmation--or vital impor
tance—will be eheavtully sent by retuna mall.
Address, JnIIN B. OGDEN.
No 60 Nassau St., New York.
P.4.—Nervona Sufferers of both sears will and this
n f °matte n tuvalushle. apl3'6s km'
D‘vl.lil TO Olt CUREOII-41R.
C4,10.PS e' ILI tli SPECIFIC PILLS once, in Ws
then 80 days, the worst sues of NERVOCIINES4,
tenet Premature Ore‘y Fres:visa Westue.t, !smutty,
and all lOrtneri, Sexual cud Nervous Affections, no nut
ter from .last a use produced. Price ooh .1•Ilar per box.
Sent, post paid, by mall, on re:eist of as order. One box
will perfect a cure isa most sues. Address
JAlttlid 8 BUTTAR,
Gaxtral I prat, 427 Amadway, Nay York.
rl•Ua VOINIVWSSIOAS ac IMPEIIIENCH
OF • NeRVOII3 INVALID
- - - •
Published roe the benefit sod as a caution to young
num, and others, who 'offer trout Nervous Debility, Pos.
mater• pees,. or Manhood, kc. , aupolying et the wine
Oh- the Insane of self•cure. By one who ham cured himself
sr er uadergottig eonvderabb quackery. By enclosing
s post-paid addreasixl envelope single copies may be bad
of the author, Nave.t.srfi L UATFAIIt. Esq
aet.M 64-tv. Brooklyn, MDT. Co. N. V•
Do yon west Whisks.; aor Ifonstaehlts T Aar
Grecian Compound will force them to grow on the
smoothest lace or Wu. or hair on bald heads, in ate
Prise $1 00. Pant by mall srarywhste, closely
sealed, on reeeht of pries.
Addreßs, WARNER & Box IMI, Brooklyn, N. Y
lITIV.:IIKeit. 4 ; -11 t7::‘, - ,th,L7,l7:l 4 l:troffw g ti" .
Daly, vlll please Taal the carp)! TBO9. P. 011APIAR,
is santher ran of 01 " PoPor. azz.2-Bm.
(11.0 EY E. 4 31 r psrtoblet dlroet.
i. g how to vet 41!." mt3re sfett ti:7l giro op doe•
tor of m (Heine. Eat by mall, fne, on receipt of ID
coots. Address E. B. roorg, M. IL,
Sat IMO Broldwar. Now York.
?VIM 1.211.11111. C11A3,113611., an Nam Or W/411
in 4 and Instruction La Young lien—publlsSed by
the Ilo•erd Asenciath n, tad s rot fres of charge In waled
envelopes. t.l.7:ess, Dr. J. bKILLIN HOUGLITON
rbiltri.; 7 l o i.% PL.
GREAT SALE of Watebeft:Chains, Dia
too d Wore. Jen One 14111<.n Do,lare worth to
to , . &evert Of at use Online Rub 1 Wlt:gout regard to
Vs v.,. f Not to be :Aid for until to now Alit ‘'ott ass
to r.,eie-0 qolendld Litt of Articles! All to be sold
for Una Dollar sash
R's l ).
*to Gen's' Gold llnnting-ease Wattltso $5O to $l5O
:50 Lid.ra quld and Knamellel bunting GU,.
watches 85 to TO
540 G. ntt haw:Ma:ewe Stlva: t7stsho, 35 to 70
2 - losniond iting4 - 59t0 100
5,000 I:.Ald Yet and \.c4 Chains 4to 60
3•"G' d • oval Band Etril•lets 4to 8
S"A do A.l and Jo, Bmede.s 6to 10
't •' 11,at..'aine Chtins and Ontrd Chains . 6 ttt 20
7 ' Folttaire and Gold RA- 0 00ms 4to 10
5., Cara;, Ups!, and ttmerald Flenoehes.... 4to II
3 . Gold, Cameo, and Pearl tar Uropa ..-. 4to 8
5., Weiss, .'et, Lava ,t 1 Fientine ear drop,. 4 t , , 8
15' Corsi, Op .l, sod f.mers'd '• 4to 6
4 ' ealotornlt Dia•nond r. east phi, s') to 10
3 A a.,•d yob and V . ....t Wa'rb keys. 2 50 to 8
4A. Fob and Test lit',' on slides Sto 10
5•• lint. Solt - Aire s.t -to LAAttots, Ft ins, lie. 'A to 4
3 " Gold Chrob:na, Peonant 40 4to 6
10. Illni.,tore Lockets 2,60 to 10
51AnAt,Anin Lunt- La,. 1S t& Spring 11l to lit
3 " Go:d To iliplekt, Crov.ea, &t. 2to II
5 " Plato Gold rings 4to 10
5 - 01 .0 ,,,,d Go.d binge 4to 11
9 ' Min.. net anAt Menet Rings - 2,60 10 10
9 " C4.lif.irilia 9 ainnod 1:1ng. ... .... Ito 10
75 " Nett La'Aes' Jew.lry—Jet and Gold—. 6to 15
ii •• s a t,' 1,,,,t ~.. Juneki—Coutoo, Peat% upal
and altar stone, 4to 15
0 " Gold Pans, S lebt vxlausloo holders and
Peon ln4 to 10
0 o ttoid Pena and 0 011 , o,ant..d tioldota.... 6to 10
5•• Go d "vox and G ,:d A x•rn.ion •.• 15 o 20
:5 " Ladles' Gilt and Itt Dunt•lot... , S t u 15
"' Lolo•a*Gitt and Jat A 441. Mara it .11a.. 6to 10
„„, Stiver t.l);rta cud Drinking Cups sto 60
v Sl Ter eavtore '6 to 60
5 ” Silver FrulL.e‘r , l, and etke 60
6 d .gen Aser Tea `tpoona per et. LI 11'o 21
l• dozy!, -110er Taus zpo - oot r."l-11u.... '4l to 1
AAR AND 11. F. Co, Yeast's to rent' *rule, N 0.167
roadw.y, hew York, ennosuce that all of the above
et f g cols wilt be s - arl , for t.ne Dollar each.
lu clog, uenco of the great atagnatton of trade 10 the
totnuftxturilr d: , tricte f F;u414 , . , 1, through the wa:
baring cut al the supply of croon. • large lnantit o
vaitah eJ,•welr:, orlon-01r lute ide 1 for the English
in triter, has been seat off for solo In this country, and
mos' be mold at au• atcr.fl e I rrithsr these rheum
eteneam. Altit wing ea ..,xouta Co. ,he
p•lnci pal t nropetu rue ste4ctu , •ers. have resolved nn,n
a C : iatribut.on, eubject to the folloeLug rvgu
t'ir:tdrttet o" the ?Wong at tele. ewt tint pet into
rareopee .estod up, and Int.ca.l ; sal when o•d !red, ei-ei
t 'Lea on' withottr. dto choice, sad sent by nisi),
r,itioft all • tar eioi , Pe. tiu t'te r.eelpt O do
te-t.i.r.,tp; you wilt ete what you are to ttiv and then
it It at y •ur cotton to eani he 441. at And tare the 'inl—
et, or not run:heavy' , tray thug obtain s G.,14 Width,
D:atuund Riga, or any Swtof Jewelry on put lot for one
STOCD 23 1.3:NT3 FnR A CERTIFICATI4
In 4/1 LI 1111.1 e lona by Mali, we ehall .harde for for
ir•tdiar. the l'achacwo, roving ro,tare, and doi,,g the
balin..a. 55 cents -h wh;ch tunv.t be enclosed when
inc. re: Wc.lte is ant I e t'ertithnVon will be sent
for $l, eleven r $2, thud) fur $5, aialy-51s fur $lO, sad
hor.dr.,l to. $.5.
11 . want trll.' In emery reement, and In
every t wn and ,on• tv in the cauntre,alo theses acting
as finch sill be .I;us el ten cants on ovary Car:Waite or
oere for theta pron.:Set noir r. to t:Vlre amoncts to
one d o llar. Agent 4 will c).:cet r 5 c for every Cer.
talc rte, and vault 15 cents to us, either fa cash or ;oat
Address, ARA t ND V F. St CO,
apzeos 33 167 Broadway, N. Y.
L. BROWN & CO.,
(Late Soave. Brown & C 0..)
RANKERS AND COLLECTORS
Military & Naval Clainl9,
!'ark acme, New York.
Corrftgonglicg Doom la Washiegton. D. C, J. W. rish
or k Co.. 474 11th stmt.
Having had three .sure• experience In the collection
of Claims and the gene-al tzar:sac ion of trualciess in all
eer e art atents of Govcrnment, we can mouse our clients
and c :respondent/ that all bizeioers Intrusted to us
•Itl be vigorously and p-omptty attended to. We are
prepared to make advances upon and negotiate the sate
of ctalums, at d purchase tiaartiorlitealeee b4la and
cheeks, u well an collect tie f elutes :
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers and Orphan
Bounties for Soldiers, disah reed to: wounds rewired
In battle, those who have served two years, and the
heirs of deceased; also z tate bounty to snob SO In en
A ruses 0( pay for Oirlara and ioldisrs, and the Las
tiqvy moos) fur all capture;
Nay+ p..nilon *ad taaJava. par•
Iry 3of di.citargrd Elzet a stttled. ordmaaes and
el,tlu. t re' urua prop rip rua.:e out stud folilmted. and
c:earat.c:a obtained from Ordrune4 and uattermast• is
Dept. ta.co tn.
LetermaStisups Wr sa!a at • discount of Mt to
4,q, per tent
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
F. Sr. N. SCHLAUDECHER,
are now receiving at their old stand, Ameri
can Block, State street, a large and superior
FRUITS, • •
NUTS, &c., &a.,
together with every thing found ins got se
of this kind, which they will sell as cheap
as any other establishment in this city for
Cash or most kinds of country produce.
They bon also on hand ono of t e r and Must
Stoat &Tobacco sad &von over t to leis, to
erhish t a its a r m ito s :I t e l • Ansa= the
l otiM ag oo=tly Oath boss wilidad rest
Grocery Head Quarters!
AMERICAN BLOCK, STATE STREET
Jaw 9. 11101 F-0. F. I N. BOULAUDALEL
ERIE, PA, THURSDAY AF' NOON JU 13 :
Amour the many celebrations of our eat
Honed anniversary tiltet at Gettystoarg took a
prominent place. The ceremonies of the day
have a pee Wier interest from their conned.
Hon with the laying of the corner—stone of
the monument in the &Titers' National Cem•
etery. The oration on this occasion was de—
livered by General Olver 0 inward. promi
nent among the heroes of the battle of Oettys•
burg. The following exquisite. poem, by
Colonel Charles 0. Halpine—otherwise known
as Private Miles O'Reilly-- 1 / 1 8 recited :
THOUGHTS OF TILE PLACE AND Mil
As men beneath some load of grief
Or sudden joy will dumbly sta^.l,
Finding no words to give relief—
Clear, passion warm, complete, and brief—
To thoughts with which their souls expand ;
8o here to day— , hese trophies
Our trembliug lips no fitting words can
The hills around, the graves, the sky,
The silent poem of the eye
Surpabses all the art of speech I
To-div. a Nation meets to bdild
A Nation's trophy to the siesd
Who, living, formed her sword and shield—
The arms she sad!y learned to wield
When other hope of place had fled.
And not alone for thote Who lie
In honored graves before us blest,
Shall our proud column, broad and WO,
Climb upward to the blessing sky,
But be tor all a monument.
An emblem of our grief, as well
For others as for these. we raise ;
For thlse beneath our feet who dwell,
And all who in the good cause fell
On other fields, in other troy..
To all the self same love we bear
Which bero for marbled memory strives ;
No soldier fora wresik wmuld•eare
Which all true comrades might not shire—'
Brothers in death as in their lives I
On Southern hill-sides, parched and brown,
In tangled swamps, on verdant ridge,
Where pines and broadening eels look down,
And jasmine w6aves its yellow crown,
And trumpet creepers clothe the hedge ;
Along the 'bores of endless send,
Beneath the palms of Southern plains,
Sleep every *here. hand locked in hand,
The brothers of the gallant bead
Who here poured life through throbbing
Aronntl the sioeing one of all
The nine red glories glared and tlew—
The harrying Bag% the bugle-oall,
The whistle of the angry ball,
The elbow tench of comrades true!
The skirmish-tire-ma spattering spray ;
The snarling growl of tire by Ale,
The thickening fury of the tray
When opening batteries get in play,
And the lines bras o'er miny a mils.
The forman's ye'l, our auswering"cheer,
Red liAshes through t e gathering Smoke,
w ift etraers. reactant and clear,
Blithe cries from comr ties tied and dear,
V.. shell scream and the saber stroke ;
The rotting are from left to right,
From right to left we hear It swell ;
The headlong charges, swift and bright,
The thickening tumult of the fight
And bursting thunders of the shell.
lw denser. deadlier grows the strife,
And here we yield, and there we‘gabli ;
The air With bt.rtling missiles rife,
Volley for volley, life for life—
No time to heed the cries of pain!
Panting as up the hills we charge,
Or down them as we broken roll,
Life saver felt so high. so large, •
And never o'er so wide a merge
in triumph swept tho kindling soul
Now raptures waken in the breast.
Amid this hell of stet. 6 and eound ;
The barking batteries rimer rest,
And broken foot by horseman pressed.
Still stubbornly contest their ground.
Fresh waves of b sults rolling la
To take the place of shattered waves ;
Torn Imes that grow more bent end thin—
A blinding clout a maddening din
'Twas thus were tiled these very graves !
* * * a * * *
Night falls at length with plying Veil—
A moonlit Silence deep and fse•h ;
These upturned faces, stained *ad pale
Vainly the chill night does assail—
Fer colder than the dews their flesh !
And frekering far through brush and wood
Go searching parties. torch in band—
"Seise if you cm some rest and food,
At dawn the fight mil be renewed,
Sleep on your arms !" the bushed command.
They talk in whiepere es they He •
In line—these rough and weary men ;
Dead or hut wounded V' then a sigh ;
"No coffee either!" "Ouess wadi try
To get thve two gum back again "
d , gee it to their ono! oho!"
"Tkit bri!ge—'twas hot there as we
"The Colonel dead! It cln't be so;
Wounded and bodl—that I know;
But he kept saddle to the last."
sure to send it if f full "
Any tobscoo t Dill, hare you?"
4•A brown-haired, blue eyed. laughing doll"
, Good night, boys, and God keep you all !"
"What, sound asleep t Guess sleep
"Yea, just *bout this hour tl ey prey .
For Dad ".—..Stop talking ! pate the Word I"
And roan as quiet ns the clay
'Which thousands will but be next day
The long drain sighs of sleep are heard.
I * * *
Oh, men ! to whom this sketch, though rude,
Calls back some scene of pain and pride ;
Oh, widow! hugging close your brood,
Ob, wife 1 with happiness renewed,
Since he again is at your side
This trophy that to d iy we raise
Shoied be a monument for all I
And on its sides no niggard phrase
Confine a generous nation's praise
To those who here hare dimmed to fall.
But let IN all to—day combine
Still other monuments to mire;
Here for the deal we build a shrine ;
And now to those who, crippled. pine
Let ns give hope of happier days!
Let Homes for these sad wreaks of star
Through all the land with speed arise
Tongues ory from every gaping sear,
. 1 Let not our brother's tenth debar
The wonuded living front your eyes."
A noble day, s deed es geed.
A noble scene in Which 'tis done, ,
The Birthday of our Nationhood ;
And bete again the Nation stood.
On this /Me day—its life re won!
A bloom of banners in the air,
- A double calm of sky sod seal;
Triumphant.chant an I bugle blarp '
And greeulielde, spreading bright and • fair,
White heavenward our Hosannas roll. '
HOSSOOSS for a lend redeemed. •
The - bayonet sheathed; the cannon dumb;
passed, as some horror we have dreamed.
ohs fiery meteors Ostler. streamed,
Threatening within due homes to come'
Again our banner coats Abroad,
Oons the one stain that on it fell—
And, battered by be chastening tad; •
With streaming eyes uplift to Clod
My, "MI norm ALL ?MIMS WSLL."
• A man waattilwi brlightaing while cross
lag the Allegheny river in a skiff, just, below
Franklin, on Saturday.
r Prom tho Cisedssal Iltsquirm,
The Interview Between , President
Zohnson and Senator Sunnier.
A friend at teshingion assures as that
iew WOPICB since an Interview took pima
between President Johnson and Servitor
Sumner, which was substantially as Tol
"Good evening. Mr. President," said
Senator Sumner, last week, ' upon titter
ing the President's room in the Waite
" G)oil evening, Ur. Sanator." replied
the Prosident. " Please be seated for a
moment, until I 'finish a letter to an old
The letter being finished, the President
turned. to Mr. Pu:nner, when the latter
" lir. President. I have called upon you
for the purpose of expressing to you the
irioia's of our people on the subject or kir
" Well, sir," replied the President.
Mr. Sumner commenced by saying:
"Sir, your North Carolina Proclamation
does not meet the approbation of the peo•
ple, and they will not submit to have the
great' results of the war thus thrown
" Whit pwiple , ore you repreaMiting,
sirl" asked Mr. 4ohnson.
"The whole Northern people," said
I apprehend you Will aid you but re
present a small portion of the Northern
people," replied Mr. Johnson.
"Then," said Sumner, " we mast take
your North Carolina Proclamation as an
indication of your policy, are ire?"
" Yee, sir." replied the President.
"Then, sir," said Sumner, " yau tin not
inond to enfranchise the b!ack man,"
" I have nothing to do with the suljlot
that exclusively belongs to the Sates.
You certainly would tbiuk it an usurpa
tion on my part if I attempted to inter
fere in fixing the qualifications of eleotOrli
in Massaahusetts. "
4 , But," replied Sumner, "Massachu
setts has alimys been a loyal State."
"Tent may be," replied the President,
" bltt the loyal men of the South have
made untold sacrifices for their Union
at/rain:tents. while Massachusetts has made
hundreds of millions out of her loyalty,
and it would be a prior return for Southern
adherence to the 4 21.3vernment. if the lat•
ter should, in violation to the C matitti
lion, thrust upon them local laws in op
position to their wishes."
At this reply of the President. Mr. Sum
ner became impatient and irritable, and
rdoined by saying, " I am sorry td set
you *3i:inning so little sympathy with that
element that placed you in power."
At this, the color Awaited to the Presi
dent's face, and he added, emphatically,
" l iqtl end I might as well understand
each other now as any other time. You
are aware, sir, I have no respect for a se
cessionist ; but, as much as I despise
them, I still have a greater detestation and
contempt for a fanatics."
"Good evening," said Stunner, and left
in a huff.
A. Laly's Opinion of a La."4l . 's Man.
Mrs. Stephens. in her excllent month
ly rusg.a;n.4, thus "pitches in " apinst a
cl•.ss of mou which is becoming hir too
" Our own private opinion of the lady's
than is, that he is thoroughly contempti
blea sate of specimen of the life hardly
worth thinking about—a nut-shell with
the kernel withered up—a handful of
foam drifting over the wine of life, some
thing not altogether unpleasant to the
fancy, but of . no earthly use. A woman
of sense wssuld as R• 701 pPt to lea in a
man of-war made of shingles, or take up
her residence in a card house. as dream
of attaching herself to a lady-killer.
Women worth the name are seldom
deceived into thinking oar lady's man
the choicest specimen of his sex. What
ever their ignorance may be, womanly in
tuition must tell them that the men who
live for great of sots, and whose spirits are
a ) firmly knit that they are able to encoun
ter the storms of lifr—men whose depth and
warmth of feeling resemble the powerful
current of a mighty river, and not the
bubbles on its sitzfice, wit's, if they love,
are never smitten by mere beauty of form
or features—that these men are far more
worthy even of occupying their thoughts
in idle momenta than the fops and men
about town with whose attentions they
amuse themselves. If we were to tell him
this, he woutil only laugh ; he has no
pridEt about him, althourit full of vanity:
and it matters not to him what we may
broadly farm or qeietly insinuate:
"Soft and deiieste though he he, he is
as impervious to ridicule as a hod-carrier,
and its reesidless of hottest an:tempt as a
ci'y alderman. Were you to band him
this article, he iv mid take it to some
social party, and read it aloul in the most
melt fluous vole; as a homage to his own
A REVGREND Govertxox —"Parson Brown
low, the present aivernor'of Tennessee.
delivered a leccurei on slavery, some eight
years .ago. in Near °leans. To show the
radicals in what esteem they were held at
that time by thew present iiol, we make
the following extract ;
"The Southern portion of the Metho
dist church was doing more for the tem
poral and eternal welfare of the negro,
than all the freedom sttriekeN out of hell ;
the pLans Abolitionist would enter the
church on Sunday., a lib a face 'as long
as the moral law,' descant upon and be•
wail the miseries and wrongs heaped upon
the down trodden son of Africa, and on
the following day, in his picayune grocery
.or candy store would, if he could, swindle
a Louisiana negr a out of the pewter orna
ment on the held of his cane. and • do it,
in the name of the Lcrd. ' When I get
to heaven.' continued the reverend gen
tlemen, 'whete I expect to go after •my
death, if I find a regular built Abolition
ist there, I shall conclude that be prao
ticed a fraud upon the door keeper, for in
tap- opinion, a Kansas agitator and free
dom ehrieker has no more business in our
Father's kingdom than Corn. Parading
had in Ntcaraugua when he csptur:rd the
A Atte% Entroit's fletsm —The Mack
Repub'ican is a newirreper in New Orleans,
edited by a colored man (s clergyman),
who, it Would. seem, from •the knowing,
does not think that the regeneration of
his brethren is to be accomplished by
voting arid: taxpaying
"The colored man and' the white man
cannot live together in ibis country ; they
mast, and will hare to separate, unless the
C ingress orthe:.nation will give them it
place for themselves, for as it was with
Abraham and Lit, so it is with as, and
the soOtieriliasoelt a horns for our rising
generation. ithe better be for as.
"Our final destiny, solar as I can dimly
see..44hat In three hundred years it will.
he a fare: 1.1444; to see a colored map in
this country. Ince the ,Indian, our race
is destined to beciorne extinct in this
Country, unless we move to ourselves."
When you meet with one suspected
Of some secret deed of shame,
And for Mil by a rejected
As a thing of evil famo.
Guide thine every look sad notion,
apeak no word of heartless blame,
For the slanderer's vile demotion
Yet way soil thy goodly name.
When you meet with one pursuing
Ways the lost have wondered in,
Working Out ale own undoing,
With his reektessnesit and 810,
Think, if placed is his condition,
Would a kind word be in vain
Ora lotik of cold suspicion
Win thee back to Oath again ?
There are Spots that bear no flowers,
Net because the soil is bad,
lout the summers' genial showers
Neter make their bosoms et&
goiter hare an act that's Itiadljr
Treated sometimes with disdain,
That by treating others b'indly,
Doom the innovnt to pain.
[Prom thip S. V. J.lstata Cornimest.]
Ito* Balaban Respect Each Other.
A very pleasant instance of the way in
which brave soldiers who have been ar
rayed against each other in deadly con
fl at treat each other when peace ,reigns
between them, was seen at the , Battery
nt the ocession'of the arrival of the 21st
Csnnecticut regiment. The gallant voter
ens, the p. old remnant of one cf the finest
New England regiments, were formed in
line, and just ready for the reception
niarehine through the city, homeward
bound, when about 500 discharged rebel
prisoners, forlorn -looking creatures, clad
in raga, and many of them almost bare
foot, filed before thorn for the purpose of
entering the batracks. Less generous
then than those brave soldiers could not
have restrained a laugh at the expense of
such grotesque, dilapidated objects. A
great many good jokes about the " chiv
alry " might have been then and there
perpetrated. The regimental band might
have played " It's all up in Dixie," with
singular appropriateness. Bzt none of
these ill-timed manifestations of feeling
occurred. The conquering Union soldiers,
who perhaps had met these same ragged
rebels in battle, preserved a dentennor not
only of decorum but of respect, as the
parody tiponsletaff's tattered crew pass
ed betoret them. Not a hurrah, not a jest,
not an insulting expression was even
whispered inithe ears of the vanquished.
'they. on the other hand, did not appear
humiliated or defiant, bet carried them
selves in all their rags with an air of man
liness, such tie becomes an American citi
zen. The conduct of the Union soldiers
exhibits a marked contrast to that of
those ntet-e.ninbatant writers and Orations
*he are daily indulging in their flings at
the " onnquered chivalry " of the South.
It is worthy 4f remark, in this connection,
that not a siegle instance of personal col-
Haien has been reported between any of
the thousands of onion and rebel soldiers
how sauntering through our streets.
Oyez the Buffalo Conner.]
Itflitel and Federal Discipline.
The following extract from the evidence
of M ijor General Hooker, before the Com
mittee on the C.ntdoct of the War, is
going the rounds of the pipers
Our artillery had always been supe
rior to that of the rebels, as was also our
infantry,'except in discipline, and that,
for reasons not nece , sary ti mention,
never did equal I;ee's army. With a Stank
abd file inferior to our own; intellectually
and physically, it has, by discipline alone,
acquired a character for steadiness and
efficiency, misurpaised. in my juigraent,
in ancient Arnodeer. limas. We have
not been ablit to rival it, nor has there
oeen any near approximation to it. in the
other rebel armies."
In opposition to Gen. TI litter's opinion,
and in, defence of the Federal soldiers,
we will state! that a re!mil offinr, lately
mreleased Johnson'sfro Island, said, in
conversation, that the great trouble with
the Sulthern army was want of discipline.
lle stated that the bulk of the Southern
army colststed of man. who bad ,occupied
pecuniary and social independence—ac
customed from their InfAncy to command
an inferior ra..o, and
. it was a herculean
task to enforce an efficient military disci
pline. It was only in action that they
rendered strict obedience to their officers:
and only then, lest insubordination might
lead to a-defeat that would subject them
to the chqrge of cowardice. This rebel
officer attributed the stubborn resistanoe
and indoiu:table couraze exhibited by
them in action, and under great diaad
vantages, more to sectional pride than
to anything else T:ie w tnt of discipline
at other times teat very injurioas to their
Tab PAISSUPAST DJUN't 111Cft
The "cunning " 1144ton' meeting of the
politicians of the Charles Sumner school
last'week appears to have had no e,ffeot
upon President .inciv Johnson. In his
speech to the South C trolina delegation
last Saturday. he reiterated bis sentiimen'ts
with reference to the unlirolian unity of
the States, and said other thi igs that
must be distasteful to the " earnest men
of the country," AS the radicals call them-
selves. "If this Union is to be preservsd,
it moat he on the principle of fraternity,
both North and South." "We mu-t deal
with the . westion of restoration, end not
reconstruction." " Some of our Northern
friends are deceived when they, living
afar off, think they can ex-rciio a areoter
ddntrol over tt.e freedmen than the. Slt4h•
erners who h the been ridsed where 1.1 1 ,1
inistitution of slavery lISS prevailed "
" each State juke of the disposition
of its taxa pilitical power." . These ire
some of the utterances of President John
son 8, Inc directly in the faces of the
negro suffrage advacttes, Andy has evi
dently put his foot down and 0 not to i .be
listtereal, csjoled, or bullied into the mils
ous schemes of the politicians who are)n
slating on Liege., eq —SI Louis lte
- Tig anapch of .the Sneaker of the - V r
gitiia lionise of • [Meg nee, in adjourning
that body lest week. was brief and to the
point. Sail ha "At the time of four
election it was said that the halters write
preparing for your necks, and that' J +ff.
lisvis was ' making the rope.' Since that
time we hive ha I two seisions, and haYa.
It‘itt Virginia out of the hands of the
whri are now pitchibi at
Andy,Johnsou with a red-lint poker, hotl
ine to influence him to adapt their
eal views. But. I thank slid, we aresafet
and though they arty force negro suffiage
tilt other States with provisionll 'govern
ments, they catinot pile it upon ILO .!
North Carolkta paper hoe disoor'ifted'
an elegant peripharis for the well known
saying of " root hog or die," as follOws
"Turn up the Blared eoii, porcine inhabi
tent, or your name will swell the mbrtissry
DiCLAILLTIOX • 4, • '
"In regard to soy future -W=lo I will
hoW make no professions, no pledges. I
have been connected somewhat actively
with public affairs. and TO THE' HISTO
RY OF MY LAST PUBLIZ. ACTS.
WHICH ARE FAMILIAR TO YOU; I
REFER FOR THOSE PRINCIPERB
WHICH HAVE GOVERNED ME EtElitE n
TOFORE, AND WILL GUIDEg.
HEREAFTER. In general, I will Ban I
have long labored for the emelibration
and elevation of the great mass of ,maiki.
kind. MI opinions as to the nature of
popular Government have, LONG been,
cherished, and CONSTITUTED AS I AM,
IT IS NOW TOO LATE IN LIFE FOR
ME TO CHANGE THEM. I BELIEVE
THAT GOVERNMENT WAS MADE
POE MAN, NOT MAN FOR GOVERN
MENT."—President Johnson's speetli - to iXi
aliens of 'lllinois, April 18, 1865. .
May 21, WO, upon the passage in Con
gress of a resolution " The States free and
independent sovereigns," President John
son voted ;in the affirmative.
"The Union rests On the equality of
the States,"—Johnson in the affirmative.
"Confresa has nn power over slavory in
the temtariee."—Johnson in the affirma
"Congressional protection 'of slavery in
the territories."—Johnson id the &Milne
"New States to be admitted with or
without slavery as the people decide."—
Johnson in the affirmative.
"The provision of the ennstitution
I :ehstive to , the rendition of slavery must
be carried i ont."—Johnson in the ailirma
live. . .
February 5, 1861, Mr. Johnson 'declared
himself opposed to war upon ,the South
in these words, in reply to Mr. Lines " I
march down upon South Carolina! Did I
propose any such thing t No. War is not
the petwal element of my mind," stc.
" I do net believe the Federal Govern
ment has the power to Coerce ta State."-
"There ,is a get of men who are called
Abolitionists, and they want to break up
the government. They are disumonlatli;
they are ntillifiers."—Johnson.
' The people could settle the difficulty
if uninfluenced by politicians."—Johnsmr.
" The cause. of the rebellion a violation
of the Uonstitution."—Johnson.
"Negras not included in the Declara
tion of Independence."--Johnson."
" The Senator (Wade) charges me with
being an ''ally,' while he and the leaders
of abolitionism are uniting all their ener
gies to break this glorious Union. ' I an
ally! Thank God, lam not in Milano;
with Giddings, with Phillips, with Garri
son, and allong list of those who are en
gaged in the work of destruction, and in
violating the Constitution cf the United
The•Abglitionists are "Goths and Van ,
"The Abolitionists are disunionists."—
"If slavery is abolished the nen-slave
holders vrill unite in subjugating ".the
"Amend the Constitution so as to hai6 '
an alternate free and :lave Presldene."
Johnson's joint resolution, December 13,
"ProtsLe to give additional guaran
tees to a Very."—Johnson, December 13,
"Adhesion to the Constitution necee
nary to preserve , the Union."—Johnson,
" Th e Sduth must be righted."-4ohn.
son, December 19, 1860.
"The Gineral Government possesses nd
"The Constitution guarantees the in.
atitution o! slavery wherever found within
the United States "—Johnson.
"Free and slave labor mutually aids
Here is a record—thongh given in brief
whichif he is sincere in his refer
ence as a Criterion fin the fdture, he cer
tainly willjtake a widely diE..rent course
frOm that of the late President and his
A SCOGiSTlON.—Governoi indreiv, of
Massachusetts, and his followers are very
anxious Chet the negroes shall vote in tote
86=1Aern &iu. There aro not many ne4
gross in Massachusetts, and that State re
fuses to let them vote unless they pay
taies on $250 worth of property. Now w,tp
suggest that Massachusetts import 500,000
Southern negroes, (and they can be readi
ly found hanging about the cities and
most nopttlads towns,) give them the right'
of suffrage,' without regard to properts 6
and "elevate ". them to a level with the
whitesof that State, without any delay.
The number of, 500,000 negroes in Massa
chusetts, would not be one-half as great
in proportion to the whites, as the nunt.
bar of neguiet ift some of the Southern
Suites is in proportion to the whites there.
If Massachusetts wants to be philanthrdri r
ic, and deal out justice to the "colored
loyal citizens," this is the way for 'her to
do the business. Indeed, it is about the
only way, as she cannot very well do the
voting for and nianage the municipal
affairs of States four hundred miles from
her own territory and jurisdiction, —Sari
[from se. C12 . 1c..i0 Times.)
Phil. Sheridan "Disloyal."
Gen. Sheridan recently made a visit to
his home in Samerset, Ohio. and the day
,before ho was to leave, Hon. Wm. E._
Fiecke, a Democratic Congressman, call
ed on him and proposed to drive him to
Lancaster, where he would take the cars.
The General at once accepted the invita
tion. The same evening the " legal " iti
Somerset heard of the arrangement, and
drummed together an escort and invited
the General to go with them. lie declin
ed, and the I. incts.or Fay e, speaking of
his arrival there in company with gr.
Flocks, says :
‘. The ardor of a number of our Union
ciiinns was dampened, awl tllef exprese
their indignation that he should t;ti caught
in company with a copperhead Cr mgrega•
ram." Tad " loyal " will be precluded,
before lone, from mtkinr demonstrations
favor of any of our most noted Gener
ale. Grint arid heads and Hancock anti
Thomas an d d Slier dm an Sher.aan find
their mo,t congenial associates among
ZLICKI " Au. Lovat,"—" ALL Unto:v.".
—The rittl'c Al press assume that the blacks
of the South were all blends of the U. S.
Government during the late War, and •
enemies of .the rebellion.
A colored man in this city, 'rho served
seventeen months In the war, informed
us, a few days since, that ho sari many
coatrshands andl negro praves at the
South, at d he was disappo a ell in their
sentiments. Many of them eked what
he came there tor to fi;ht their old mas•
ter, and destroy their homes, and told
hint that he had better keep away and
mind his own business. This colored
I soldier informed us that being disappoint•
ed in his idea that the slaves were all
loyal to the United States Government,
to was very g'ad to get clear of the armr
soon as he could lawlully.—Lltutfutd
CoatstareNcv.-4'ne radical 1.- , gislature
of llbode Island a few dart since alopted
resolutions in favor of allowing the ta•
gross to vote in tbeS )uthern States. This
saute State of_lihode I ilaod does not suffer
white or colored !maple to vote within
her jurisdiction, unless they own a certain
amount of property. It is also said that
at her local elections she prohibits citi
mat of fweign birth to . vote Altogether.