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THURSDAY. JUNE. 28, MG
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HON. MESTER CLYMER,
O? BERM COUNTY
Tuts 'Philadelphia Daily. IFews, a Repub
lican newspaper which is as well known
u n in the State, very plainly intimates
that ora l Geary does not stand a shad.
'ow of a chance of being elected : It de.
clares t at thousanda'of sensible Republi
cans kn w that the Platform on which he
stands cs' be repudiated by the people of
Wansyl is itnd the candidates with it.
Tus Nei York nous, a "Republican"
sheet, lately used the following language
in regard to.the Fenian "If two or three
thousand of these vagabonds get within
the clutches of General Napier, let us beg
of him not to spare them on our account.
The more the merrier. They would be
lying and stealing bere,.if
, they were not
raiding there:" Notwithstanding this is
the usual estimate put upcn• the Irish
people by "Republican" leaders, they are
anxious enough at election tiM, to secure
the Irish vote. This infamous falsehood
will be remembered and acted - upon by
*very true Irishman who has a vote.
Rmouirso' to the recent difficulty be
tween two 'Union" Congressmen. llui
Rochester Advertiser expresses the bnsible
Opinion that the party moat culpable in
this whole affiir—the one responsible for
the assault in the House which induced
that out of it, and deserving most censtre,
is the member who occupies the Speaker's
their. Mr. Schuyler Colfax. • By permit
ting,r Grinnell to ,
On with the utterance
of &ugh lan e %kind General Roman
as Ina nnde iably need , he became prised
°ally a part , with that blackguard and
showed his utter an fitness for the place
he fills. The investigating. Committee
will not perform . their whole duty, if they
fail to censure , 3fr. Colfax for his.derelic
tion Of duty. ' , ,
ALL the great soldiers of. the war are
with the President. Generals Grant, Sher.
man, Sheridan, Meade, and all the heroes
to wham we are indebted for victories,
eturteht theiestoration policy of Andrew
Johnson. 'lt is only mei' mock heroes as
Beast Butler, Sigel, Schurz and Geary who
aide with' Thad. Stevens and the Radical
crew itrOongrees. The soldiers will mark
the company which °a i ry keeps, and will
treat .him as he deserves. They cannot
• . • ... •
..:be darn ..ny ins 1110Yrtlicy. of s set of
.fry Radical--politicians who ware
"shoulder straps. - The 'men who did the
fighting, read and think for themselves,
and their votes will be thrown against the
Radical Disunionists of Pennsylvania and
...their puppet, John W. ,
The Omaha (Nebraska) Herald of June
11th says : "The Democracy have carried
the Legislature, notwithstanding gigan
tic swinditts above the reserve and in
Richardson; Cass county elects the Dem
ocratic delegation clean, giving the Legis
lature to the Democracy by a majority of
eight on joint ballot, thus securing the
election of •two Democratic United States
- aell&thrt." The L0ge.t..m5....a......a6-u.......
Senate—Democrats, 7 ; Radicals, 6. House
—Democrats,' 23 ; Radicals, l6—Democrat
. io majority 'o6 joint ballot, 8. • The result,
so far as the';tats ticket and Constitution
is concerned, could not be determined
at thit date of the Herald's article, al
though confidence is ex; reseed that the
Democracy have triumphed. When it is
remembered that this has been an aboli
tion Territory, and the last Delegate was
elected (Hiller, Rep;,) two years ago,
by about 1000 majority, the wonderful
' change of sentiment can be appreciated.
The Radicals have been claiming the
.election i Oregon by about one thousand
'majority.; st another spirit appears in
the dream, ,bd the result is said to admit
of a doubt, o-
' nd in that case the Demo
crats wil a the rick. Returns of elec
tions in Wa shington Territory show large
Democratic gains. The entire Democrat
ic tickets in nine counties are elected, and
are believed to be so in four-others.
In Connecticut, as in all other quarters,
the Democratic star is in the sacendant.
Now London, in the charter election re.
cent', carried the Democratic ticet for
Alderman and Council by the very small
majority of 25, which is, nevertheless, a
handsome gain of 109 since April, when
Governor Hawley carried the city by 84.
The election at Mound City, 111., for
municipal officers, resulted overwhelming
ly in favor of the 'Democrats. All the lo
cal elections in Southern Illinois show
Democratic gains of from fitly to one bun
tired per cent. on last year's vote. At a
merit election in Clyde, Ohio, the Demo.
crab • aced the Bepablican majority
from 50 to 75. •
A .fohnsen meeting was lately held
in TOwands, Bradford county, Wilmot's
old stamping ground, . and the darkest
negro equality_region in the State.- The
meeting was large, and was. participated,
in by some of the most influential Republ
licans of the county. Colonel Allen'
WKean, once a member of the Legisla
wwan influential Republican, and a son
of Hon. Samuel /Mean, who was former
ly United. States Senator, presided.—
Among other prominent Republican lead
ers who participated were E. W. Smith.
Req., and Hon. H. W. Tracy, twice a
member of the Legislature and late Re
publican member of Congress frfun that
district. Resolutions • were passed rue
tairdog the President's policy, and recom4
mending the 'calling of a convention of
the Mends of the President to . put in
nomination a third candidate far . Gov
Tan ISVPH.63IB COURT.
. Washington cwretpondent of the
memo Tribune pretends to have Amer
- tsined that of the Judges of the United
States Supreme Court Mash% Chase, Mil-
Swayne and Davis agree with Con
' gee, and Messrs. Nelson. Grier, Clifford
rind Field wee with theZresident, as to
the position of the Sou ern States and
matters connected with reconstruction
generaUy. He finds in,this equal division
`of opinion the reason why the Senate is
reluctant to confirm as Judge Mr. Stans
bury, of Ohio, who agrees with the Presi
dent and would give him thesopport of a
nAjority of the Supreme Court. It is not
a pleasant thing to see the Supreme Court
predated about as a body of partisans,
and to hem that the pessoind ambition
of the Chief Justice and his notorious P 1440
ling and it for the Presidency have
waked the dignity of, that body and
scilleeted it tO such disparaging newspaper
Tuft luau? or MattAGlis
The Supreme Court of ' , ;Penney s hrenia
has just pronounced a decision on what
is familiarly known as the "deserters'
law." The dicision does not take cogni
mune of the question as to the conatitu-
tionslity of the law, but is chiefly con
fined-to the point at Issue, to-wit: the
right of a judge of election to reject a
min's vote when the word "deserter" is
written opposite his name on the list of
voters. Chief Justice Woodward and
Justices Strong and Thompson decided
that the Mudge of eketirms could not re use a
man's you until he had been tried and eontrie:ed
of desertion; while Justices Read and Ag
new, on the contnay l held that the judges
of elections were the proper persons to
decide the question.
This is an important judicial announce
meat. The law in question put into the
hands of any polliical officer making.up
the list of voters the renter to disfranchise
a freeman by writing against his name the
word "deserter." The amount of proof
necessary to substantiate that charge rest
ed solely with the persons who were to
prepare the official enumeration and
names of voters for the different election
divisions of the State. They could say
what constituted a desertion, and what
was to be called by a milder name. If a
man failed to respond to a draft at pro.
eisely the time designated in the notifica
tion, no notice need be taken of any ex
tenuating circumstances, and. his name
could be marked in such a manner as to
, ? I
close the ball -box against him and load
his character "th false imputations. In
the hands of mortar:dons politicians, this
poirer could be used in such a manner as
to work incalculable mischief. They could
exempt friends and punish enemies. They
could usurp the prerogatives of the judges
and inspectors' of elections, and in this
manner decide important issues connect
ed with the welfare of the people and the
perpetuity of the free institutions of the
But the Supreine Court has decided
that, under the law of Congress, a man
must be legally "tried and convicted of
desertion" before the o.; cers of election
are justifier:Kin refusing his vote. The
mere circumstance of the word 7 "deserter"
being placed opposite his name is no
ground for disfranchisement.. !The right
of voting, of participating in the afar°
of the nation, is of too much importance
in a political and governmental point of
view to be interfered with for partisan
purposes. If men have been guilty
of desertion,' they can be_ arrested
and tried, as they were after the war of
1812, and then, if the law of Congress be
constitutional, the punishment will fol
low. (But until that course is &retied, the
officers of elections are te4ollow the law
of the state; anu uturcsaula, Kitt. ) action of
those who have been proliaring the lista
to suit the framers of the "deserters' law"
and their Radical masters. ThO action of
the Supreme Court in this carrijlo a just
and proper vindication of the right of
suffrage, and will do much to 'polar° a fair
expression of the wilt of the ir°ople at the
coming election.—Phila. Age.
imit fIATIONAL FINANCES.
The fiscal year closes with the present
month, sad it is already certain that the
receipts .from Internal taxes alone will
somewhat exceed three hundred millions
of doltsiii, or very nearly one minion from
each secular day. From customs the re
-.tots of the first , quarter were over forty
seven millions, or ps ome th ose of
the entire paean)! have exceeded one
hundred and fifty millions, making an ag
gregate of at least four hundred and fifty
millions of dollarii raised by taxation for
the support of the 'Federat Government
alone during the year succeeding the close
of our great civil war, and wbile'a third of
the country lay exhausted, ravaged, dew
toted, by four years of gigantic, desperate
strife. In •this year, though a large pro
portion of our country has?: contributed
very little, we have more than met our
current expenses, includingthe interest
on our great debt ; for this ~,,:tebt which
Wm ever twenty-eight hundied millions,
km been reduced by at least fifty mil
lions. And whereas, we all apprehended
one year ago that the settlement,of all
outstanding claims would carry our debt
up to three billions, it is now'mor4ly cer
tain not to reach that amount.-'
These facts should encourage while
they admonish us. Our people are heavily
taxed—perhaps more heavily than_ any
other on earth. Some of the items which
go to make up the aggregate are transi
tory; as, for instance, the support of the
suffering poor of the South, whom the war
,protectors and resources, and
who, though their subsistence is drawn
from the Freedman's Bares*, are in good
fart whites. This will not out the nation
half so much during the next tx it did
during the fiscal year now closing ; while
it may probably be thenceforth saved al
together. Then our pension list, now
heavy, will dwindle year by, year, as those
entitled to pensions shall be gathered to
their fathers, blessing and blest by their
rescued country. And -if Congress would
but constitute an energetic and fearless
Retrenchment Committee, and instruct it
to abolish every useless office, reduce
every exorbitant salary or allowance, and
curtail every expense, we are confident
that many millions more may be saved.—
i N. Y. Tribune.
NOT TUB !SKIN ALONE.
'Gov. Fenton, we sae now, and the Rev.
Dr. Cheerer reiterates the old absurdity.
that the negro is forbidden a vote because
of his skive—his mere complexion t No
one ever puteforth any such absurd the
ory, and hence it is criminal in men_ of
edusiation, thus to misrepresent the opin 7
ions ot their fellow-men. Whether a maxi's
skin Is black or blue, or yellow or white—
s woman , a blonde, or a brunette—is not
the question, for no one Makes mere color
a qualification for voting. What parts the
Caucasian from the negro—as far apart as.
polo is from pole—is not ,his skin, the
cuticle, or coloring matter in that akin
but the brain, the \ head, the whole strui
tam and organisatton of the bones,. from
the, crown of the he at to the heel—in
short, the whole anatomical organization.
The race is cliffermA from beginning to
end, if not the species.
The white theory is that the black man,
the negro man was created by God—
never tti be the equal—but ever to be the
inferior a of the White man. The proof is
not only ssicred,tnat profane listory--sue.s
at the. partings on the tombs nearthe
Pyramids, 5,000 years old, when the negro
was serving the Arab race, just as he now
serves in South Carolina, and Louisiana
or New York. This proof is also here,
thertkend everywhere in the inferior and
servile occupations of the negro, to which
he was created by God, and front which
he cannot escape.
The white, man's iheorlis not . that a
mulatto•or quadrben, with White blood iii
one•half or threefourthe•may not be
as clever as some white men; but that the
negro, per as the race, is unfit for equality
and fraternity with the white man, and
created to do him service, and not to be
his master.l The Bible and all profane
history denionatrate Ibis. / And the living
history of our day shows us that when the
negro is left to himself, as In Jamaica and
Hayti, he escapee from the civilitiation
the white race has given him, and reverts
to his natural native African Feti4l bar
barium; -Goa never create-I the pure ne
gro to be the equal of the white man.—
This is the thesis, and when Gov. Fenton
or Dr. Cheover talk only of complexion
they make a theory of their own no one
combats.—N. i'. Express.
From all parts of the State, we continue
to receive the most cheering accounts of
the rapid progress our distinguished can
didate for Governor is making in popular
favor. In the strong Democratic districts;
the people are for him to a man ; and in
the counties which have been hitherto
carried by the Republicans, he is making
great headway. The Democrats are uni
t d and cordial in his support, while thou
sands of conservative voters amongghe
opposition, who are heartily sick of — the
destructive and revolutionary measures of
the Radical Congress; openly declare their
intention to go for him, u the best means
_an effective rebuke to
the Stevens and Sumner cabal of disn
nionists. Everywhere the name of Cly
mer stands high in the confidence and af
fection of the people, and. wherever be
goes, he is greeted with the heartiest en
On the other hand, his opponent, Geary,
is its a dead weight upon the party that
nominated him. His name awakens lit
tle interest, and kindles no warmth is
the popular heart. :Even among the sol
diers, for whose - votes his - nomination was
intended as abaft. he meets with poor en
couragement. lie has no military-glory
to attract them to him, and they have no
confidence in Ws administrative abilities
as a civilian. The organ is it ion of Soldiers'
Clymer Clubs in almost every county,
shows that the "boys in blue" prefer an
honest, and capable statesman to a paper
general who never won a battle. With
no Provost, Marshals to intimidate voters
at home, and no soldiers in the field to be
tampered with by their superior officers,
- Clymer's election by the unbiased verdict
o the people may be considered a sure
thing. •He will undoubtedly poll the full
vote that was given to George W. Wood s
ward in 1863, and Mai vote will elect Aim by'
a majority of at least twenty thousand.—,Read
ing Gazette. ' 3
Gad still fluttc re between 150 and 160—
at 153 on Saturday—and no prospect of a
fall ! During the last six weeka we ex
ported $40,389,3=! In other words, we
exported $40,000.000 more of gold than
we imported, with calming influences on
the 'London 'market, perhaps, but with
what influence on America ? The pre
mium fluttering toward 160 must answer.
In the meantime all business seems to
be chaos—chaos with double and single
entry. Prudent merchants find it hard to
buy at a safe cqcomission, or to selliat a
safe profit. Shrewd money-dealers ,reap
large gains, and Wall street once more
revels in a war delirium of gold gambling.
We bear of combinations to affect the
price of gold, to put it up and put it down;
to damage national credit, to, create a
panic. , The war bas been over for sixteen
months, the country is gaininS new
strength, and yet our currency, our com
merce, our business, the laws of trade, the
rich Man's cargoes and the poor ,man'a
loaf are Still at the mercy of desperate
i l who seek personal gain, no Matter
any suffer. • ~,.
Where must this end ? We Sail a
ship above Niagara Falls, a d steer direct
for the rapids, its logical fate is easily
comprehended. If we centinue exporting
gold at the rate of $380,000,000 a year; we
know that a crisis must come. This ex,
port represent. American produce and„la
bor—undersold, euperceded, deatroyeid by
foreign produce and labor. It means that
rather than develop our own resources,
and spend $380,000,000 on American in
dustry, we prefer to import foreign man
ufactures ar.d pay from 60 to 70 per cent
additional premium for the luxury 1
ftoner or later this must stop. Let us
be wise now, and the end may be a lesson
for good—a sadlylearned lesson, but no
more.—N. Y. Tribune.
In a speech delivered in the Senate last
month, Mr. Cowan gave, in response to an
interruption by Mr. Wilson, what seems
to us the best definition of ,loyalty, that
has been made. "Loyal I" said he, "what
is loyalty? I ask Massachusetts, what is
'loyalty ?' What is the meaning of -the
word? A fellow that votes with yet!!
That is like the fellow defining orthodox.
'Orthodox is the way i t believe ; heterodox
is the way the other man believeo--
'Loyal' means an Abolitionist, I suppose.
At least, I find that evezybody - wha-dons
not happen to be an Abolitionhit, or tarred
with that stick, is said to be disloyal. Loy
alty means obedience to the laws.. It
means legality. Legalis meant law as *ell
as lex meant it. When a man alleges his
loyalty to me; let me see his reverence for
the Constitution and the laws. Show me
a man who disregards either— show me a
man who does not believe in the Consti
tution which brought this country to such
a pitch of prosperity for seventy five years
and made us ao grekt and's° happy a pea
ple—show me a man who lays sacriligi_ us
hands upon that, instrument., especially
when I know that half the time he does
not understand it, and that he never read
a commentary upon it in his life.—show
me that man, and I show pin one who is
not loyal. Show me a man who for a tem
porary advantage, either for himself or
his party, would tot a foot upon one of his
country's laws, and he is not loyal."
IMPCBLICSII - LIBMitALITY.
Nothing in the party of "great moral
ideas" is more striking than their liber
ant) in spending other people's money.
Mr. Thaddeus Stevens sees no objection
to clapping a trifle of "twenty or, thirty
millions of dollars" on the back of our
existing national debt,
,merely as a testi
menial of our national sympathy with
Senor Juarez and Mr.. Romero. " Thirty
millions, moreor less, is nothing to Thad
deus Stevens, and, In fact, it Is but a pal:
try sum, being only about Ave times as
much as is necessary for the support of
the national Ezecutive,Legislative and Ju
diciary, with the governments of all our
• Such being the magnificent temper of
ita leader. the party of "great mom ideas°
snakes no difficulty about voting Captain
-Fox the um of an ironclad and ;00,000
in money to make a pleasant summer /rip
to Europe, while hardly a week pasaes by
that the Secretary of' War or the Secretor/
of State does not order 'A
special train for
some distinguished individual out his way
to dine at Washington, the c c4 t if the
tram, if not of the dinner also, tieing de
frayed out of the national' exchequer.—
General Duke was thus entertained the
other day, and very possibly Santa Anna
may be thus entertained next week. .
In England they are growling over the
expenaca incurred in :'carrying "Serene
Ilighnemea" about lila country to visit
the Queen and' Make :love to Her llnjes
tY's daughters; Our republican court is
much more magnapimous—spends money
more freely, and, as we are a great and
liberal people, is never bothered by im
pertinent investigatiods into its little, bills
and running accaccounts.--N. World.
HOW THEY LOVE THE SOLDIER.
The following pictures, which we clip
from the news columns of our exchanges,
need hut little comment:
A soldier, sick and destitute, is now ly
ing at the Globe tfotel. Yesterday they
were talking of sending him to the poor
house. If there is any !loyalty and patriot
ism hell in Indianapolis„ that means any-,
thing more than words,' &c.—/ndianapdla
The following is from the Cleveland
Herald., of June 12, and occurred in the
loyal city nf- Cievelanit-r-4;
A SAD AMIII.—A poc,-.. soldier's wid
ow, living is the house adjacent to the
Bethel Church, on lii(aLer street, bad her
household goods thrawn into the street
late yesterday evening by a constable. It
is said her rent was paid up to last Fr -
day. She has been in the house about
two years, and supported herself and two
little children by wail:dog. All who are
acquainted with her, l in that part of the
city, represent her tO'be a very good and
inuustnous woman. :The broad canopy of
heaven was the covering of her house last
And here is the following from a Wash.
ington dispatch of the Associated Press . a
few days ago
(len. Howard has begun the distribution
of the $25,000 apprlpriation by Congress
for the relief of destitute and suffering
reedmen in this district. A board has
been appointed, with Dr. Kelburn, chief
of the surgical bureau, as President,'and
the city divided into two districts, with a
superintendent for each.
The poor Cleveland Widow of a dead
soldier, living next door to a church—she
and her .two little ;children thrown into
the street by a constable, and passing the
weary night in the open air I What an
inducement for a white man to die for
his country I The woman was white—her
babes were white. Had she and they been
black, half a dozen long-nosed philanthro
pists in green spectacles would have come
to the rescue.— Venitngo 4.s);.idater.
There is a strong disposition with the
sensation journals lof the metropolitan
city to create a sort of panic in relation
t 3 the cholera ) and this disposition pre,
veils to a certain degree in the telegraph
reports. Every cs, , f3 of sickness which in
any way approach& a the -chol, is at once
given to the city papers)ts a real case of
the Asiatic, and forthwith it flies over the
wires to the extent of the country as an
evidence that we are to Ee afflicted with
this scourge. Now the truth is, the health
of our - larger eatisa, as shown b" the
ifealth Reports,:was never better t an at
Preient. New Yoik was never free from
any epidemio than to day, while the
health of our own city was never better.
The fact is, that this or any other aia
eme of so violent a character is stripped
of one-half of its terrors when the public
mind is free from alarm. The cholera
may visit us the Present season, but if it
should, all the indications are thailL,will
be in a mild form; and saltily controllable
if taken, in time. I There is no - cause for
fear, and all attenipts :by public journals
to alarm the weak and the timid by sen
sational reports, should be frowned down.
The disease has not, except in a few isola
ted cases, made its appearance even in
New:York. This is the Beason of the year
for sickness resembling the cholera, and
we presume that aloe of thei cases which
. sic) been reported, are only those inci
dent to the season.-=Buffalo Cburier.
Tur New York ;Freeman's .journal, of the
present week, htla an article on the rise,
progress and collapse of Fenianiam, from
which we make the following extract:
We haie yet td meet the first Irish offi
cer in the late :Confederate armies who
looks on Fenianism,as other than one of
Seward's tralpinei devices. The old fox has
done now what) John Mitchel said he
would .do when Mitchel came out of For
tress Monroe. Ile said Seward, having
used the Feniani as a means of recruiting
the army during the war, would use them
in the way of offering them up a sacrifice
to England, nowtbat be has no more use
for them. Leading Feniana assert that
Seward gave them most positive encour
agement, and winked and - nodded at
them in regard to how neutrality would be
kept by the United States between the
Fenians, the montent they would take the
field on Canadian soil, and the British and
At a recent fair in Mechanicsburg, Cum
berland county (Geary's home), a vote
was taken for Governor, ten cents being
the price of a:single vote. The whole
number of votes cast Was 3,700; and the
result was as follows :
This is in face of the fset that Meehan
iesburg has heretofore been strongik
Ws welcome; the news from Fortre ss
Monroe of the assignment of spacious and
comfortable apartments for the house.
keeping of Mr. Snd Mrs. Jeifertion Davis.
By•and-by, the farce will have become too
glaring, and then he will be lekgo. What
la the use In persisting in a cheat whereby
nobody r ia cheated ? Mr. Davis is not to
be tried—at all events, not with intent or
expectation of convicting him—then why
is be longer subsisted at the publio cost?
Let us have an end of the sham
Tan. Cincinnati Commercipt has the fol;
lowing capital '..hit," which we commend
to the notice of the soldiers of Pennsyl
"The Radicals of Pittsburgh. at their,
recent convention,' resolved "that we owe
a debt to the defenders of the flag that
we cannot repay." It must have been the
utter despair of ever being able to, liqui
date this debt that induced the cbtkven
tion-to put aside the claimi of various de
fenders of the•flag,and nominate civilians
for all their important offices."
Gann=ls own orty !viands in lowa
have given hini an dfiltinder ant than, the
one he got front Bintautan'a Mho. Their
have:nossinated another person for his
Message from the President,
I submit to Congress a report of the
Secretary of the State to glom was ri•
ferred the concurrent resolution of the
13th inst , respecting a submission to the
Legislatures of the States of an additional
article to the Constitution of the United
States. It will be sten from ibis report
that the, Secretary of State bad, on the
16th iust., transmitted to tb Governors
of the seieral States nertified copies of the
joint resolution- passed on the ILlth pro•
posing an amendment to the Constitution. ,
Even in ordinary times, a question of
amending the Constitution must be justly
regarded as of paramount importance.—
This importer ce is at thp present time en.;
hanced by the fact that the joint resolu-.
lion was not submitted by the two houses
for the approval of the President, but for
the thirty-six States which constitute the
Union, eleven of which are excluded from
representation in either House of Con
gress, although with the single exception
Of Texas, they have been entirely restored
to all their functions as States, in 'confor
mity with the original law of the land, and
have appeared at the National Capital by
Senators-and Representatives, who have
applied for and been refused admission to
the vacant seats. Nor have the Sovereign
people of the nation been-afforded an op—
portunity of expressing their views upon
the important questions which the amend
ment involves. Grave doubts may there
fore just:) , and naturally arise as, to
whether the action of Coqgresa is in har
mony with the sentiment "of the people,
and whether State Legislatures elected
without reference to such'an issue should
be called upon by Corium to 'decide re
specting the ratification of such an
amendment. Waiving the question as to
the constitutional validity of the proceed
ings of Congress upon the joint resolution
Proposing the amendment, or as to Wel
merits of the article which it submits
through the Executive Department to the
Legislatures of the States, I dee k it prii
per to observe that the steps taken by the
Secretary of State as detailed' in theat;-
eompanying report are to be• Considered
as purely ministerial, and in no sense
whatever committing the I.xecutive to an
approval of the recommendation of the
amendment to the State Legislaturea or
to the people. On the contrary, a proper
appreciation of, the letter and spirit of the
Constitution, as well as of the interests of
national . order, harmony and union, mid
defer. - nce . for an enlightened public
judgment may at this time well suggest a
doubt whether any amendment to the
Constitution ought to be approved by Con
gress and pressed on the Legislatures of
the several States for final decision, until
after the admission of such loyal Senators
and Representatives of the non represen
ted States as have- been or may hereafter
be chosen in conformity with the Consti
tution and laws of the United States.
(Signed,) ANDREW JOHNSON.
Washington, D. C., June 22, 1866.
Appended to the above message is a
communication from the Secretary of
State, addressed to the rresident, in which
he reports that on the 16th inst. the Hon.
Amass. Cobb, of the Committee of the
House of Representative,on enrolled bills,
brought to this department and deposited
therein an enrolled resolution of the two
Houses of Congress, which was thereupon
received by the Secretary of State, and de
posited among the rolls of the Depart
ment. a copy of which is hereunto an
Thereupon' . the 'Secretary of State, on
the 16th inst., in conformity with, the
precedent. which was adopted , by him in
1865, in regard to the then proposed and
afterwards adopted Coiogressional amend
ment of the United States, securitig the
prohibition of slavery, transmitted certi
fied copies of the annexed resolution to
the Governors of the esveral States, to
gether with a certificate, and circular let
The following 'are the amendments rtlp
(erred to in the President's message. They
passcd both Hbuses_or Congress last week
and must receive - the :approval of threth
fourths'of the States before they become a
part of the Constitution :
Resolved, By the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of
America in. Congress assembled, (two
thirds of boil Houses concurring) That
the following article be proposed: to the
Legislatures of the several States, as an
amendment to the Constitution of the
United States, which. when ratified by
torce•rourttuLof said Legislatures, shall be
valid as part of the Constitution, namely:-
Section 1. All persons born or naturaliied
in the United States, and subject to the,
jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the
United States and tho States, wherein they
reside. No State shall make or enforce
any law which shall 'abridge the privili
ges.or, immunities of citizens of the Uni
ted States ;,..ner shall any State - deprive
any person. of life, liberty or happiness
without due process of law, nor deny to
any person within its Jurisdiction the
egos , protection of the laws.
• See. 2. Representatives shall be appor
tioned among the several States according
to their respective numbers, counting the
whole number of •persons, excluding . In
diana not taxed. But whenever the right
.to vote at any election for the choice of
electors for President and Vice President,
Representatives in Congress, executive
and judicial officers, or the members of
the Legislatures thereof, is denied to any
of the u ale inhabitants of such State, be
ing twenty-one years of age, and citizens
of the Uuited States, or in any way
abridged, except . for participation in re
bellion, or other crime, the basis of repre
sentation therein-shall be reduced in the
proportion which the number of such
mate citizens Shall bear to the whole num
berlof male citizens twenty-une years.of
age in such State.
,Sec, That no person shall be-ii Sena
tor or Representative in Congress,•or elect
tor of President and: Vice President,,or
bold any office, civil or military, under
the United . States, or under any State,
who, having previously taken an oath as
a member of Congress, or as -an officer of
the United States, or es a member of any
State Legislature, or as ag executive or
judicial officer of any. State, to support the
Constitution of - the United States, shall
have engaged in Insurrection or rebellion
against the same, or given aid and com
fort to the enemies thereof. Bat Congress
may, by a vote of, two-thirds of each
}louse, remove such disabilities.
&o. 4 The validity of th i public deht
of the United States authorized by law,
including debts incurred for psynzent of
pensions and bounties, forservutes in slip
presaing insurrection or rebellion, shall
not be questioned. But neither the Uni
ted States tier any State shall assume and
par coy 4ept, or obligation incurred in aid
of insurrection or rebellien against the
United States, or any damn for the loss or
emancipation of any slave; but all such
debts, obligations and claims shall.be field
illegal and Void.
See. 5. That Congress shall have power
to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the
provisions of this article.
The Impending . War Eirepe.
'By the arrival of the Moravian off Far.
ther Point, we have news from Europe to
„funs 15th. Rumors were circulating in
Liverpool that Austria had formally de
clared wor against Prussia. They were
regarded as pretoature; but the Emperor
or Austria had already Dannun,ced in a
speech that Austria was compellad to na•
sort to the sword. The Federal Diet on
the 14th of June, adopted the Austrian
motion for the mobilisation of the Federal
army, by a vote of 9 to 6. Prussia declared
that she would 'regard every State that
Toted for tie resolution as an adversary.
The Preislan army in Silesia was throw
ing up intrene.hments on all the roads lie
boncbing from Bohemia. An Austrian
courier had been stopped upon Prussiak
territory and his dispatehes to General
Gablama taken from him. Kossuth had.
issued an address to the,Hungssian peo
ple. - He invites the young men to join the
Hungarian Legion in Italy. - The people
he exhorts to abide their time. Switoer
land prepares to enforce an armed nen
frailty in guarding the Alpine passes,
ItsAult eau, with wail self Seallsgilsis
ra POI TKIS dc. DelspiNT. ' *id
A HAPPY NlOOlllll.—A negro-eat on the
curbstone bare, the light of his grinders
Showed freedom from care ; his hit was brim.
leis and full of air.holes, bie oboes nearly
intnus.irsrops, quarters and soles, while his
oast, pints a nd Test , into frnirkents were
blow!, and, excepting the collar, hie 4bitt
was all gams To soy ono passing, 'twos easy
to set, thii..l.4key was happy, as tioppy - could
be;' although wanting food, he ,toPieci.oot to
feel it, but patiently waited'a good chance to
steal it. No master to hector him now, like e
Turk, or mistress to hint up to his
work ; handling of idow, hcie, shovel or
spade, and nothing to do but sit hack iu the
'Wide— and starve to death.
`NW _Ptctittan .Ciettsar, near (Ai railroad
&pot, Erie, Pa.—t 3. D. Wager:dr. Co would
most respectfully inform the public that they
have fitted up a splendid -atilt of rents
in Lyttle's new building. south of railroad
depot.. (opposite the locality of the late fire.)
a place particularly convealetitlo the people
from the country and the adjacent towns,.
With a superier improved - took ground,
and ti e best of instruments, they believe
themselves to be prepared to supply the wants
of the public in a satisfactory marine-. Pho
tographs, Ambretypee, Qeme, and, in shor ,
every style of pictures, large or small, taken
in unsurpassed styles. .orders for outside
views and lite size portraits, promptly filled
Mr. Wager having been engaged most. of last
summer In securing representations of scenes
in the oil regions offers for este a large vari
ety of Stereoscopic) Pictures of that locality..
021•604 f •
0221aSEMka4'a FUVIlanl7lO &one.
—Mr, Warren L. Ross has taken the store
lately conducted by Justice, Obese & Galla
gher, and fitted it up with everythin g neceeF
ry to make a complete gentlemen's furnishing
establishment. ills stock of cloths, caivimeres,
Tesilogs and ready made &ogling is superior
to anything everlbrought to the city, and we
defy any one to visa the store without - finding
something to suit his tants. Air. Rees Las
been very successful In securing a cutter who
is not. surpassed anywhere. Under his skilful
supervialon the concern issturning, out work
equal to the best Eastern eetablisbments. No
person can have an excuse for going abroad
to get clothing while Ross affords the nave•
silences that he does. In addition to his other
goods he has also a superior stock of hats
and cape, hesiery,,colltire, cravats, — in
anything that a man wants in the clothing
line can be.got at Ross's. Coll and ace for
yourselves.je2l - tt
ger. Clark it Brother, Wholesale and De
tail Resters irt Confectionery, Oysters, Canned
Fruit, SLtionerY, Yankee Notions, Bakers'
Goods, Toys, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, stc.,
West Side "of Peach Street, 1 Square South
of the Union Depot, Erie, Pa. Also, Dealers
in all kinds of Country protitice. Particular
attention paid tolilllng country orders.
• ; (Jan.2B.tf )
PlM:MEC—Persons liehinir, to procure por
traits of themselves or members of their
i- 9 should call the stallery,of Mr. Ohl wiler,
i itosenzweies block. His spetimens of
w k convince us that lie is an - artist who has
few superiors. The throng of visitors to his
rooms are an indication that hie, merits are
daily becoming better known and appreciated
by the public, *
$lO.OO Rawsatd—Lost, on the 12th of June,
a small tan colored dog, answering to the
name of "Cute." When last seen had on a
collar marked "A. P. CliMoore, Erie, Pa."-,
Any information leading to his recovery will
be liberally rewarded, and
,the above reward
will be given on hie being returned. Aldress,
Smith & °Elmore, Erie, Pa. •. je2l-4t*
girl/ W. Hutchinson, United States Claim
Agent, Girard, Penna. Pen4ons, Back Pay,
bounty, and all other claims:against, the Goy,
ernment attended to-with promptness. Charges
reasonable. Applications by mail attended to
the same as if made in person.' ; (jalB 6m.)
• 'Tu■ Bums FRUIT. 36.13 ' ..-••Thii3 jar Was
"Warded the highest premiums at the New
York State Fair, American Institute awl
Maryland Institute. F or sale by Nimrod
Dempsey, CO4 French St: . je14.0
Medical ' ()Mee. ,Th
TEE GREAT WlST.—Horqeif of the sturdy
farmers, who look about them over the broad
prairies, and see Tor miles their lands and
.granaries, are often rendered desolate by the
death of a beloved child
. frem the t nvages of
the deadly croup'. ' Coe's Cough Balsam never
fails to cure it, and is alsohe best remedy in
the world for Colds, Cou ghs, and all throat
and lung diseases. Coe's ftyspepsia Cure is
the only remedy known that is certain to cure
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, snafu tact all disea
ses proceeding from the stomach and bowels.
Tam. Toon Nstannons.—it is a duty which
every one who has suffered from the terrible
ravages of that most horrible of all diseases,
Dyspepsia, and who has been eared by Coe's
Dyspepsia Cure, to tell 1 their friends and
neighbors of it. "Do uhto others as you
would'have others do unto you," is the golden
rule. Every one who has used it knows ofyits
wonderful curative powers in Dyspepsia, in
digestion, Flatulency, Bick Headache, 'Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Cholera Morbus, and,
we might say, every disease that arises from
ta disordered state, of the stomach and bowels.
, The real Velpau French Tills should not be
used during a certain time; as they wll surely
bring on a miscarriage. ~ S old by all drug•
1111.1:8 COUGH RIHRHT:—The ilublio attention is agates
called to the merits of this old and popular medicine—
onion .177[31THR HOST THOIROCHI:1 TRIAL DIMING A TI•
!HOD OT TWENTY-ORE TIARA 19 ADVITTLD THE HOST SCSI•
DT AND CaSTAIR 00,3 ILIONNI TOE ,THRHAT . AND 1.0143
Every considerate 1,111011 knees the importance of
removing lung affections to their early stages and many
from nd experience hate learned the danger of delay.
Ball's Cough Remedy ficox recommended as a °Ens
lIAL PAN/CILL IPOII ALL =Mg rye , but only fol. 11, speed
tie class of DISII/11/3 located in the tame stricture, inci
ted by the same causes and rail:tiring much the same
treatment, vary lag only with degrees of violence.
It is pleasant to the tarts,' Ws In its operation,
thorough and speedy in its salmi. Long experience
proves It an no scrums or rOTAL In merit or efficiency
for airing 'OMIT, 201111131* ILHONCIIITTE mot?
4191/111A Cod WHOOPIIII COUGH.
It removes Irritation, causes free, and ems eroectora•
Lion, loosens the tight and -futi sensation in the lunge,
restores the re/Oration to fie easy, natural condition,
Imparts health and vigor to the lungs and also clearness
and itrength to the voice.
One bottle (a genially raeleh%ilt to cure an ordltutty
' Retail pries 60 cents to $1 ter bottle.
Liberal indoesgoints °gyred to the trade.
Sold wholesale atd retail by flail & Warfel, proprie•
tore, at their drag store, WO State street, Erie, Pa., and
by dealers generally.
A CODOD, COLD' 011 Soar SElROAT—Requiten
mediate attention tud fhatild be checked. If allowed
to continue, irritation et tbe large, a permanent
throat affection or an teenrable lung disease ie often
the result,' brown's arettehlal; ?rather' baring a direr
inanenderon the parts, sire Immediate relict. For bron
chitis, asthma, catarrh, centenniption and tluost dilutes
Troches ate need with always geed surceas. Fingers and
Pipits, Speakers 1011 fled Trochee nreful in cleating the
robe when taken bitch, aingini or sleeking, arid rollers
the khrost later see unusual exertion albs Total organs.
The !alarm ale terpme?Onded sod prescribed by phyla
slaw and hen had testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country, Being an article Grimm merit,
end having proved their efficacy by a teat of many yours,
each year ands them in new localities in vanes' parts
of the world, and the Trochee are paternally pro
nOlitiCed better then any other article. Obtain only
"Brown's Breath Lai Trochee; and do not tate any of
the worthless imiteticur that may be offered.. Sold
ermyerhere to the United States, eel in toreign ann.
tries at 35 ants mie box. 1 I Jell am
BALLWVEGSTABLII SICILI Alf RAM RIMIWZIL
pH. Vegetable - Sicilian liatr:Benewee
4eitoreasterhote to Ha origitia! ' eater.
Hall's Vegetable b!tillaza H 44: reIIDWer .
eveatil the hair tem tilling oft
Hain V: getable Sicilian Mari Fienever
Itk el the hair a At and glassy.
Ralibi Vegetable Siellianlisirl nines*?
, 1 .Goes not state the
Ifatil Vegetable Stellhul HOT! Iteneter
Has proved itself the hosttprepiration tl‘r the .
balr ewer prenatal to the public
Par ale by aU 4roggprta. •, ,Fiire $lOO. '
. It. P.I4GLIt CO.; 'Sr:atria: N. ii., Pr oprletore.
Tint Cowin/Don fan Siriatssce OP AN TNNALTD.—
Published for the bonentaid as %CAUTION TO YOUNG
iffilf, and <Mau i who parer fr om NO nom' Debility
Pronittare Dinar of ItialiolA r , supplying at the
jam goes Tip Miami or SuiTCoal. By one who has
wand Windt qti; addirgiliccousidesids quelcm.
By cadierzig a postvald addreued onvelo^flptla cop.
114, hid of sharp, may be kid Otis ii6thon
sautainia. SIETPAIR, Xici4 .
• ' .W N.
Ten Mean 111 ,- sinise.-.There le no bualnqui or brined
rifted.) In whirh sllll , knowledge and enteipriso ere
more essential than to th etati burinerst nor is flier*
soy branch cf human 1,34113.4 y in which woredurlateo-
Imposture ;trysail. It Is therefore tithe inter
eat of the public ruefully to dDerfroirafe lot , " on the
true mot &is* aDnggist This son easily be ' , 1.-no by fkl
utopia, praeUeal application of (list role 33 Lhhiis
'true in matters of huslows u "b, their fruits
for retail.) anu shall kn3w Jut` grd h/ this
tube, lielcoliold tai true Droggiet, end the upNl:clutS
will blew. ace "iltimbelTs Preparations," err leghl-
Wife :crueler. Thruo.nt.t.r here been Ir (ere the pc bile
plotiontutly for mery pun, end lisle been ahneet net•
reripiry eu'c' rofeli the Extra,: of Raclin - experially,
has secured the putill confidence. For, Dui appropriate
glistricAe It is without a, Ikea. Th. rertificat.e to its
usefulne a embrace many thulium's of names; but the
fact WA After the :till of wimany 'eels, flrlutboitl'a
P11416111i101111 ore in me Crest demand a. nTer, or eto.o
greater, is the but possib`e tivoof of their : , lealt.roll'it
TLe prfnelpal depot for tbrli sale, is at Pr Imbo
stew stolo,:nezt to tls ifetropolitms 71ot11,Thils. 3m
111 UP. BRIDAL, eltA3l tifilt. au F.nsztr of Warato
, lad [attraction to young 61P12—pubitshid by How
aid durociation, a d rent hoe of ebovg- to aoatod aural
opeo. Ad4rera Dr. J. :MILIAN no cilirroN.
X7EIEI'OI.4 DEBILITY. lierrattil Weikeielet, atek,
J,\ ear. Iv exrecl by one who hsa tai. d hlmesa and
drelsi olothere, awl rill tell you a,thiug but tbe truth.
Addreta with stamp,
BOX 57, Boston, Ito,.
risk 11 %SON dG lIA 11 LIN CABINET' oil; AN:
1 forty different steles, adapted to elereti and erecter
maple, for V6O to $6lO each Pity-one gnl.l or sil•el
rae.ta's, or other brat premium,' awarded them. Mow
touted Catllnyava free. Addrosa. HA SOY ,'ec. HAITI IN,
Boston, or ILLSON BROTHEL:S. New York. jall GG.
QTRANCS. BUT TllVE.—Erety oung hdr and
CI, gentleman in the United %bites can hear sumething
my much to their advantage by return mail. Ores of
charge) by addreselng the.underelgued. TI 061 hieing
ref re ci.belng humbugged will oblige by not noticing this
c‘rd. All others will please Address their n'aectient serv
ant, Tlloq. F. CHAPhI IN, •
dec2Bls , ly. 831 Broadway, N.Y.
Tl, ittifilitell fliP OUTLI.—A gentleman who hu
wall'orad for yoora from Kervon Pobritty, Frrala
paw Desty, ander' the effects of youthful 'fniretretion.
will for the take of seffning humanity. eyed free to all
who need it. the recipe and directions for', making the
simple remed yby which he was carat BaChwerii wiphlow
to profit hy the salvett.Lter's experience, can do so by md
thualvg JOHN it. MOEN.
dee..B'63 3y. No. 13 Charaborx St., N - . Y.
OVIS AND MATRIMONY.—Indira and gentle
-14 Zen, If yen wisli to mar y, address Use undersixn•
ed. who will rend you. s Ith nt money and wit bout
prize, walutbie Infonnation, that will enable ,ou to mar•
ry happy and roaedlly. Irrespectlvo of Re. wealth or
beauty 1111 Infarma ion nil! ynu nothing, and if
you wieb to marry, I wig ebeltfully waist you-. All let
ter], strictly confidential. Ibe dss•red inlormation tent
by letarn mail, and no rowan d . ark-d. ar...j,
SARUI It. LAIIIIKFT.
TV YOU WANT TO It.NOW A LITTLE OF
L EVERYTHING relating to the Lumen system, male
and female; the .area are trostiaant of duesses; the
marriage customs of the urori i; how to ...miry well, and
• thousand things nover porillelicd before, read the re—
vised and enlarged editlm of
,31aD /COL COMMOS Sues,
curione book fog canoes people, and a good book for
every one. 403 pages, 100 illustrations.; Price $1 50.
Coolants fable a tot free to any sildres. Books may be
had at the book stores, or will be cent by mail, post
paid; on receipt of the price. Address,
P.. It FOOTE% k. D
Sep 1110 Broadway. le. 'York.
o CONAU3IiaI PISS. The adr,rtiser berth
been restote health In a few weeks by a eery
simple remedy, al t r ii &el lg . suffered seems' ystrs with
a serers too; site,ttlon. and that dread di. ,se, Con..
sumptiort—is 413;1011B to make known to his fAlow -suf
ferers the means of core.
To all who dedre it, he will send a copy or the pre.
seription used, (free of charge.) with the directions for
preparing and toting the BATON which they will find •
sure care fir Consumption, Asthma, Brockchitia, Colds,
Cough% &c. The only object of the advertirer
log the prescriptioo is to benefit the alilicted,and spread
laforaiatlea which he enactiras to ha invaluable; and he
hnpee every guiltier will try h's remedy ; as It will cost
them nothing, end may prove • blesaing.
Parties wishing the petite ption,yrms, by return mall,
addri as Roe. RIM CUB A. WILSON,
decafialely. Williamsbargh, Magi Co., N. Y.
L YON'S •PRItIOLPICILL DIX.OPIS.
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR
IRREGULARITIES: - '
These - Mops are , a scientifically compounded Said
greparatian, and better than any pills, powders or nos
trums. Being•ligald, their action is direct and positive,
rendering them a reliable, speedy end certain wattle
for the cure of all obstructione and suppressions of na
ture. Their popularity is iodinated by the feet that
over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed by
the !edits cr America, every one of whom speak in
toe stracgest terms of mime of their great merits.—
They are rapidly taking the place of every.other female
.remedy, and are eons dered by all. who knolt aught of
tame:, as the aural, serest and moat infallible prepara
tion In the world, for the cure of all female eomnlzints,
the rynnerel of all obstructions of natu-e, and the pro
motion of health, regalarity and strength. Explicit di
reel:loot, eseltag whim they may be uied, and explain
ing when and why :hey ehenld not. and c old not be
used wi - hout predating eßecte contras, to nature's cho
ten laws, will to found earefally folded around each
bottle, 'with the written sigeeture of John L. Lyon,
without whirl none are genuine,
Prepared hr Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chapel street,
New Haven, Conn., who can be consulted either per
morally or by letter, (enclosing stamp) concerning all
private diseases and female weaknesses
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
0. G. CLARK k CO., -
nordf-ly Octet Agenta for LT. S. add Canada.
r , it. TA LUEIT 11.1p r i ri irg _
ilorsposel of htghly Coacintratel Eitrlcts from
Roots sod Herbs of the greatest Ins dleal value. prepared
from the ortgell prestrlpttolk of the mleersted Di: Tat
bett, Lnd need b y him with remarkable seeeess for
twenty years. An infallible remedy to all DISEASES
of the-LIVER, or soy derengermot of the DIGESTIVE
They Curs Menhirs, Dyspepsia, Boo',rola, Jannllce
tillirrosooss. Lire, Complaint.
The irml-known Dr. Mott nye of then a Pali " I hare
need the formals from which your rills are made, in
my practice for over 'n years - they bare the finest of
feet upon the Liver and Digestive Organs of any medi.
eine in the world, and are the most perfect Purcative
which has ever yet been made by an' body. Thew are
safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure —Their
penetrating properties etnnulate the vital activities of
the body, remora the obstructions of its organs, purify'
the bOod, and expel disease. They purge out• the foul
humors which breed and grow !distemper, stimulate
' , Marriott or disordered organs into their natural action,
and Impart a healthy tone with etiengtb to the whole
system. Not only do they cure the every day cona
p.ainta of everybody, bat also formidable and dangerous
diseases, and being purely vegetable are free from any
risk or harm! •
They crea'e pare brood and remove all impurities
from the system, heats are a positive cure for Fevers,
Headache.. Priea, Itereur.al Diseases and .Hereditary
Humor. Does—for adults, one I',ll in the morning ;
for children ut:Ae: 8 'ram half a Pill.
Price One Do r Box. Trade supplied or cent by
Hail, poet phi , any part et the bait.! States or
Canada, on treelpt. of price. None genuine without the
fac-ensile 112natur• of V. Slott Talbott, It D.
V. MOST TALIIDTT di Co., Proprietors.
' 0e5•65.1v , No' 62 Fulton. strent. New York.
frill ((HEAT ENGLISH HEM LS V
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
Di ROYAL "i::- 4111 KA: PATENT !
Preparel from Prescription of nir. .1. Clarke, M. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Qneen.
Ms Invaluable medicine is unfaihnn in the cure of al
tilos° painful and dangeroas diseases to which the (mars
constitution-is subject. It moderates all excess and re.
mcfres all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied
TO MARRIeD LADIES
peevliarirmita4. It will, in a abort time, bring on
the monthlyleiloil with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, hears thn government
Stamp of Great Britian, to prorerit counterfeits.
These Pills timid not b/ taker he Females theist* , tie
FIRST WIRER' IttORT.IIS of Pregnancy, as they errs
rare to brim on Niaearriage, bat at any other tune they
In all cages df ),moos and Spinal Affections, Pains in
the Hack aril filintt, Fatigue On Flight exertion, Eslian
lion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, thebe Pills will
effect a cure when ell other means hare felled: and al
though a powerful remedy, do not cantiin iron , calomel,
antimony or anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full direction, to the pamphlet around each pa , Usage,
w I leh ahoakt be carefully. presefred ,
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Solo Agent for the United States and Canada,
.1013 SIOSES, 27 Cortlandt St:, New Torii.
[N. El.—sl,oo arul t d posjage stamp's enclosed to any au
thorised agent, will Irtsdie a bottle, containing 60 PilLa
I t . sep2P6tHly.
D'..3lA CATA URI! etelhi P.H.This
Snug hUthoroughly proved Itself to be the best
article known, for curing CeTett at, Co. , IN 71111 Li lAD
and LIRADACIik.' It h 6.1 uoen found an ete"etiPtlt remedy
in trimly cases of Sone ETU& DitAtiiriti line lustre - I:loved
by it, and Iltanlsa has often berm greatly Improved by
-its tine. It is fragrant and agreeable, and gireellallEDl
sTE ARLIE , to the dull heavy pains caused by diseases
of the Head. The sensations after naleg It are delightful
and invigorating. It open, and 'purges ont all ob
@Unctions strerngthtns the gland, and gives a healthy
action to the parts affected.
lion than thirty yearn of tale and anent Dr Marshall's
Catarrh and Headache Salsa hu proved Its great value
for all the common dissicris of MO hear, an,: at thin mo
,ment it stands higher than overbefore It's recommend
led by many of the best physicians, end is need with grea
success and satisfaction everywhere. Read the Certlheste
of Wholesale Druggists In ISat : ,
The undersigned having for many yeas been &equal n
bid with Dr.. 'Marshall's Catariti and Heada , he Snuff, and
sold to our wholesale teed; cheerfulle state that we be
lieve it to be p2nel, In s.a.ty to the recommenda•
Rona given oftt for the care of Catarrh Affections. and
that it In decidedly the beet article, we have ever known
for all cemmon diseases of the Freed.
Burr ta. rerry, Reed, Austin dr. Co:. Brown, lameon &
Co.. Reed. Cutler & Co., Seth W. Yowls, Wilson, Puirbank
4 Co., Boston ; Renshaw. Persuade & Co., R. 11. Huy,
Portland, Ile.; Senses & Park, A. Mt. U. Sande, Stephen
Paul & Co.. Israel Minor & Co, lleCessen & Robbins, A.
1.. &went & Co., H. Ward, Clone A. Co , Bnah & Ge e ,
For sale bail Druggists. Try it.
EMOY4I6.—Tko First Nati(' 40 BA IA ;Q. Erie .
i lt Defictitory) will occur
.the new Ranking Re. to
u the •ed Mersa earner of the Park and French St ~
on the Brit del et Jaoo. The Directors of this Bank an
J. C. Sorbet!, Henry 8e.,, l
Mu. Reed, John C. Belden,
David S. Clart, L. A. Metrical;
- M. Sanford.
It, SANFORD, Cashier
IT 111 lif CONCERN.
Mr. T. L. Cooper having PCI Lilaged the btufaese
from Slim Wing.. N oar 13.t1r :.0 11.1ez d aqect for tri•
entitiV, FL, for the sale o' the "Howe Machine r Napa
ny irSenorg• Vaellae."
AU others nho deal in the abollo towing machine.
obtain there surreptitiously.
, A. M. soionviLLie, -
14041 r -• Oen', Agent, Cleveland. Ohio.
•WAPITED—To rent • an hours with four or eve
rooms, for one or more tear; located within dos
or tan admits. walk of as Park. Any one having:
balm d this diceliptkin to not. will dad • willabi
tenant by calling at this caw i Jut-tf
DIVEL Ea NO 110IJSES FOR
. ;i, A Q. . li
TinSIZA of G. V. Barr, no ttr;st Itt,Ft„te4 '...,.
plate. 1100 l tarn. lutl9 X ],/,
Ilt•C• Oil ?fecal 5:...1911. Of Part , 1,..::,
ory 44 • .
. N ..
A doilsave (ten -story frame hear. lad Or ~ I
of ground. On SilitaflOa street, cl,.tr n 0... t0,;;,17.•
Price it W.
ThQ flea large 4trehlog Lours of Elm .1•L tri ''.;
Prealb. Arrest, e...rner wf trecor,d fr otip,
complete repair. i rleelow—laraulesq ' . 4
4 Frlsf. class tbreewtory twirl cl eolleg ~ i„. •
rapt tide, 90.1%11,1 comp,ete, aed sin GI ~,,li- e ee ss. .
milli.. . ...„, f 4 .,, , . A
w0.b.,••• -uat.mr r iery esirsoa prrnr,- , 1
• r s'os, worth from $5,0 - 41 0 115 ,00). nt s
fielrig Fug Sel.E—Oe C12,,u f. 2
between Moth ao . rl ?soh stmt..' fh,,,, r ~:1t,,,, 1
sitting room., doliO• room., k Itelar, tta,e 1.4 t0, %
la eta. cellar. etc., .o e. mpl e t e rep
4 ;111...1T ChsaA 110TLI.ltili Poll 51a1,E.44 -
gyred, dot door elt orrSt :to. dozes ain 4 1 4 1 / 4
Lot w 120 frtt, on wait Sth St, enro h finest tuildlog of In n. Pries $.50 ph, at,
of 43 V 4 46, on S ate 81v mar3o/tea. h
Four Snit else,' bending lota on eat
west side, a part of tha watt, of Dv In li s t vs. tte‘
aßlittalall-oern: p bcridi per a iVfu v r ar en y e 4"it l2 " l4 le f . se t, f :,:
between State end r each •we wol 11,'"'`,
Two ante. ail' lota Oti
Cheatou t. 41 feet 3 Ineliea by 165 fit. • .os
We have left • number of Enilditg ku
and Buffalo greet% between Bnlland sad
high gravel ground and very der.ratle
Ten Building Lota, earner of Etereatti
One fall tlityLot. earner Tenth red
on . DR T en th rit, between Ltyrtle and
aide. Tfiia 100 foot street hi fiat being ta n „,'
tips deriring erect first elm,' revirlaaces.
FOlt SAIX.s number of the &nut farnsk itac
and IlarborCreek qv, at pieta fraat t 4,
FARMS FOIL SALE BY HAYES a YETI
parmiollB2 acres in the town r ifeasse,mcd,
R. Talmage. Two good barns, goad hoc.;
plea, r wt. orcharclo; 101 l Li good os IMtorn
be o ff ered for a abort time at s4:r per ou a
Farm of 104 acres In flarhormech Os it s
contaibing born, It use, .td Price $2,4. ci ao. %
A t . o f GIN. Stark, in Eforturemek. 115 icy,
contai n i ng owe, harn and ofcluod. ‘ gm,
FOR SALE-7 %4 scree of * /be farm°. the 1 4
B arr , situated on Ridge Road, On. mils frootsr.
containing an orchard of 150 grilled ow st .. ; i
few pole, and poor tross
mites fr o m FOR SALE—IGO acres wood lot, ID s c .,,, xa
m the city. ?tire, $2O ;it " tt,
A Farm of 45 am es in Phantasmic' comu,g T .
farm is located trithirs three miles of th. Lo a
About 70 acres improred; • try plus Can,
good barns and out Lonom, yo air ; 5 w . .„ . . 1
(mt.—apple., peaches, plume. ate •-•
Twenty acres of Fanning lord loath urn
lot, 4 to 4% miles east of the city, on bas t sk .
Price $l2O er acre-1.01 sett the 20 sum
Fine terrion the 20 Urea.
icily cc-c farm for aoie—the farm of tis k ,*
Mill Creek, ab +nt 4.1( miles from the city- ft !
house—'Sue bank tarn, orchard, gm. Fos p~
bottom land Price 14.000. Pousisoloo
New two story frame howls on eut Sena
12.60 per month.
AIL REFINERY FOR 'SALE'
Well known la the St► Iteenery. In ,
niog order. Can, be bowrht meek Raw ,
owner 1i obliged to leave the city.
• TIAVE9 3 / 4 gir
dienta and Desire In Ito '
Or zu 1
AOC/. an MAGNOLIA.—The prettiest,
ant thine and tha =mat of it for ths
oTercomea thn odor of perspiration; s
delicacy to the alto ; is a delightful
headache and entfunmatfon, and la a as
ion in the sick room, in the nursery, rad t
sideboard. It can be °Warmed eseryelmi
Saratoga Spring Water, Sold by •
►old to one
"In lifting the kettle from the ere
very eavvrely—one hand alma... 10
was tieb.arable. • • The Iletleekil;
reposed the pain almost itn^z edintell.
dtd left very little sear.
Ca AS. 1 - 03TER, 41)) Ilov.
lils ID merely a sample of •bst tat
merit wall do. It is lavarosbii (a id
swellings, spralas,• cats • Grams,
upon MOo or bear.
Beware of corinterfetts. r 'tivas o
wrapped. in fine steel plit's 6grarvg,
nature of G. W. Westbrobl4 Cbsoat.
stamp of Demo Barnes k Co, Nee
etnetatoge @prink Woo—
All .ho value a beantifal had of Br.
ernition from premature ballasts w
wI.I not Lail to pee Lyon's eeobrst ,
makes the her iieb, soft sodigiom;
draft, and mates the diir to grow
beauty. It is sold every abet?.
E. TITOXAS LSOS,
Naval:salt Spring Water, roil=!
Waal Dto le?—Ai rang lair,
country home after a isoyourn o!
lark. vas hardly recognised by her
eta ruitic Bushed fare, she Lad a le,
'O• almost marbl, rinoothaaa;
mil, appeared bat 17. She t , 43 th
used liagan's Magnolia Balm, and soli:
Ir. Any lady can improve her
very touch by nsing this article. It
any druggist for ouly etc •
Varatogn Mortals Water, sold 5,
Heitnitreen Inimitable Fur Colors;
ity growing in rumor for over nit:it yr
the abietierita at .ha .roo4 of µ°'. tl4
to its original color by degres ,
ding deaden +n4 injure the hrlr. Egr
dye. at la certain in its results;yr
sad le a beautiful hair 4reasing
Sold by an desws.
isrortoga Spriag Water, olaS'
bus; where .
awl sellable ar
where at 60 eel
— VHS real
lake Brie. It ,
read Company, t
See Express Train
Hall Train ...
Erie Express Train....
Warreb Amore.. ... :. .
Passenger cars ran ......
press trains without amp ,
Phis And firm
. New York eoarrection;
arrive at Erie 990 a. in. Leant
at Near Fork 4 10 p.m ,
Elegant Sleeping Cars on an.
For information respeetiss FiVat
at tomer of WI as
WOO; stk. rt
Easiness of the Eocapalira abut
EIEGSFON; 9 0,14 a
J.W W. KEY NOLDS,Etie •
W. BROWN. &goat N. O. ILA.
H. H. HOUSTON; Gaunt TrPtit
d. It. W. GRINNER, Gm Tichsti
1.. TYLER, GrauslBo;ein4
J. C.,SPENCRP, Preet.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
110U8ES FOR BENT