Newspaper Page Text
1 -. 0 ._
'ruE ArAiCr - V.I.XIPArtiN•
Under:this heading hip tthrlitian ' intelli
gence? gets oir titekilowing "'good otte:":--
" It is ti*fdris-e.Rallle to give thought for
the eoit t ip- rreskleutini eatnyntign. We
theretinee sugg the:follinving • sinte
"Pori- Vreirident;••Jelterson Davis Vide
"Tim they ca ltecletted• appears now to
be moat ttertaia; In the event of their being
chosen then the following Cabinet might very_
" - Secretary •of State. TilePlore Tilton;
Sccrutarti of War;Susan B/Anthony Secre
tary of 'Navy;
_Admiral "Senitnes ; 4ttonle9
Genera), Mrs, Elizabeth, Cady Stanton;. Sec
?entry of Interior, Frederick Douglass; Sec
retary of the Treasury, Mr, Kohnstamm ;
Lieut. General, Wendell:1'111114m"
viriAar OF THE , giBLOWTENTO,
Senator &inner has Written a letter to the
New York Independent favoring the past Age
of a law by Congress extending suffrage to
negroeS in all the States. Abotit a year ago
he intmduced a - bill in the Senate* to accom
plish this purpose, but that bocly'al that time
had enough of respect for the Constitution
and the rights of the States to promptly vote
down the proposition,
It is by no means certain that a bill of the
kind named will not be carried at the next
session of Congress, us the reasons given by
Sumner for its passage are the ones which
have controlled the entire Radical legislation.
He 'thinks the negro r t ote essential to the
safety of - the - good cause." Let this barnacle
satisfactorily to appear to the .majorit: , in
Congress; and.no prohibitions of the Consti
tution will be permitted to obstruct the pas-.
sage of such a measure. The figures of Sum
ner on this point present very strong induce
ments to the radicals to attempt the enfran
chisement ,of the blacks in the north, re
gardless of State laws prescribing The quali
fications of electors, Ile claims that the ne
gr, o rote in New York, Pennsylvania, Mary
land Conneeticut would " fix " those States
on the "side of human rights forever." The
States named are the ones which the Radi
cals fear will give Democratic majorities in
North at the next Presidential election. As .
the South will probably re-organize Under
the reconstruction billS so that no question
can be made of her right to vote for the next
President, nudes without doubt her vote will
be given as a unit against the Radical candi
date, Mr. Sumner sees that "the good "cause"
will inevitablygo down unlet.4- sonie,arnmge
ment can be made to " tix " the States named
on " the side of human rights."
THE -lIIIPEACHIEMIT FIASCO.
Washington telegram announces the end
of the investigation to impeach the President.
Four ont - of trine members of the committee
were in favor of impeachment, and five mem
bers, of whom three were Radicals, were op
posed to it, Ind so the motion to impeach was
lffst . A resoluticm was even offered' to the
effect. that President JOhnson is "unworthy
of the , c'onfideirce of the people," and this
was adopted by a strict party vote. §o An
drew Johnson goes down in history as hav
ing beeilpronouneed by Boutwell of 31sqsa
chusetts, and six other Radicals, five of whom
at least arc nearly a.q„obscure as Boutwell, as
"unworthy- of the confidence, of the people."
The committee has been in session several
months-'—the investigation hai covered ; the
President's , privatC bank account, his clothes
andwashingbills, and the cooks and scullions
of the White 'House have been examined for
evidence as to what and how much the Presi
dent ate and. drunk. , And it all tunis up in a
formal announcement by Boutwell tit, Com
pany that the President is "unworthy of
confidence." Whether nth?. is intended as a
warning to the President's banker, or his
tailor, or his washerwoman, does not appear,
but it unquestionably means that he is un
worthy of the confidence of Boutwell, Ash
ley,`Butler, and other similar impeachers, and
if he were worthy of such confidence, there
Might be reason, as some of the Radleals
now:Propose,for reiivinethe project so as'
to render impeachment probable, if not cer
,o , ,
It is a contemptible nclusion of a raas
contemptible : If these investigators,
who have penetrated pantries andsearched
the very sewers for evidence against the Pres
ident, can find nothingheyend a warrant for
the . general statement that he is " unWorthy
of the confidence" of Bontwell and Butler,
the nubile Will come to theconciusion that
the iinpeachnient party, which .promised to
prove flat the: President was a conspirator
in the assassination, and was guilty of other
crimes,:aad which fails to find, after earnest
search, testimony enough to convict him of
drittking,*Urhon, is worthy of As litde con-
fidence as' Boutwell & Company award to
Mr. Johnion." Thee men, have -infinnonsly
4iiled with the people; and rozkv they propose
to add insult tiapjury by,publishing, at pub
eipense, a report, embracing a ni,ass of
trash and filth they have collceted in thdshape
evidence."—N. Y. World.
The Tribune, treating the subject of polit
ical missiomuies'of the Xelley school, says:
"The Eicitlthena blacks are mainly ig,nomnt
they have been raised under the domina
tion of .the law of force ;'they have not been
,trained ;to ,reverence the rights 'of property
their experience does not - accord with the
truth that the way to comfort and competence
lice thtough persistent daily industry and fru
gality. To tell such men; strong only in tints
etc and numbers—thattthey have Tinny to wait
till a Judge is out of the way, when they may
hold ' flair carnival,' and that the - property
around them is rightfully theirs and will be
made over, to them after a while—what is
this but 0,, an'estproductive labor- and en
throne general anarchy ?"
This iiiiery good writing. But why not
follow thkleasoning still further to its legiti
mate result, and show the folly, the Madness
of coaferrlitg dm right of suffrage on millions
" mabtlydrgnorant," who "have not been
trot cd,tc6roverence the rights of property ;"
wl *,lSitelt men" that wandering politi
cni can lead them into "general an
There aught not to be a- difference of opin
ion on thW. subject among intelligent and sen
slide men. There was never in histi4, a
-wilder of more dangerous attempt than this
I has been on the part of Radicals to Make the
freedmen governors of the country. or is
there at the present moment any great
amount of difference of opinion about it. We
have conversed with many eminent men in
. • the Republican party, and we have not yet
• Mound the individual who does not disapprove
it, and eltargt the responsibility on some one
more radical than himself. The day of ar
gument on the subject is past- • No man, no
newspaper, no magazine, pretends to - offer
arguments nowM favor Of " equal suffrage,"
~ only the stale - jithficnac about tut,
tural rightg to Tote, which is' Sothetiniesput
forward*uittltinkineenthuiiasts. - But I.•
itieialti still hold - to the idea of Centro g,
the negrci;vote for their oirit end's; and the
preservation of :the - Radial power ii the sole
excuse fOirriskins, the future of representa
tive ins • got* , r - -_ •
Tut elitrenie West • seeS. everything from
an estrdmi point. 41-.letlst. Radicalism is
supposell to be extrentyand the nearer one
gets sunset; the more =Beal-people be
-come. j Thus " Wohraniretul Suffrage". seems
immenoelyppubrrlrith jhe Kansas politi
dorm-- Among ifs advocates 4e GOVernor
Carney, es-Governor Robinson, ii-lleuten:
ant Governor Root, Judge Schuyler,.Coloner
Collin,' ; and . Generals
.3loonlight, laud, Lori
mer, several State Senators, and, the editors
of a niajOrity of the influential papers of - the
sumnr.c 4 rl tlrtioVtiflT. !7 .
The Philadelpithi. it t e4r
known to be one erthe mast reliable panev
in 'the country, hats corataled the following
table, shun ins the" increase-- oreneh- Stites
•Indebtedness since 16110, It shoo s a very
dark picture for the future; and coming from
a journal that is not partizan in its character,
cannot fail, to have great weight with tax
payers. The-fimmeo question is now, para. : -
Mount to all others, and mist be for years to
cime;,and he will be the gratt benefactor
alto ean o poltu r out a plan that will enable
tie country to relieve itself of the burden of
excessive taxation, without impairing the
States.• 16E0. 1660. Ineruase.
Alanaran --$.5.048,000 $ 0,10,97.1 S 1,210,1372
Arkansas ..... .... 341 1 =3 .' ,1 ,M2, 401 • 159 , 779
California 3,885,000 4,974,654 41.188,£41
Conneetient..... ' 50,003 10,000,000 9,050,W
Delaware • nil. 703,000 750,000
Florida. - • 35y00 ' 038A04 ' 2.15,1303
Georgia 2,070,750 5,700,000 3,015,750
10wa... -.. ...... ..... 34..V0 4t4200: 3310,000
Kans nil. 800„t116 600,696
10,1303,603 13,0,999 3414,003
Maine 1,0!37,710 5,13011,681• 4,70148
31ary1and........- 44,4282,1175 —,__,...
Massachusetts- 7,17 - ,MS 25 7•17 18,319,769
bi1e1tig0aa......... 3,47:1,43.: 5M0,324 . '4IUP=
3iinnesota 2,533,W 2,635,W 100,003
Missouri 23,926,E00 37,145,40 L'1X1L,4331
N. Hampshire.. 62,146 4,063,818 4,087,070
New Jersey 95,003 3,495,0 3,..310,30
New York 34364975 31,153,5 e 17,57),107
Ir.carouna 9,12;),5c6 11433,013 2,1r1,40;
Oregon . 55,372 218,574 161,202
Rhode Island.- nil. 3,031,500 3,633,500
S. Qtrolina 3,6J1,574 5,15,227 1,513,031
Tennessee 10,64304 21,277,347. 8,61301
Texas.-- nil. 2,333,310 2,631,300
Vermont ...... ..... nil. 1,117,593 1,507,500
Virginia ..,. 33,218,111 45,119,741 11,871,00
iNV iscoristn ...... .. 100,000 . 2,:,X4191 2,184101
IR6O. I. Decrease,
11111101R—$10,170A7 s,int,2s2 sl 511,011
Indiana_ 10"<k5 7,103,475 2,418,150
, 5,=8,6!X! 210,51
Ohio 17;121,153 15,351,018 1,R72,135
renn'ti... :risas,Dl; 35,M, 4 14 2,227,074 8 0 119,153
This exhibit, the Ledger admits, is very
imperfect and far short of the actual Increase
of the public debt in the several States in the
time named. There arc debts of boroughs,
of towns and of counties that have, no doubt,
not been taken into the above account. Yet
the amount gives the 'very large increase of
$2lO, 530,892, and of . this amout in six: years
but $8,299,150 has been reduced, and that re
duction is confined to five of the richest States
in the Union. This, added to the National
debt of over two thousand five hundred
millions, and .. both items considered
in this , Connection with the fact • of
tLe sloWProgiess made in the reduction of
either, presgata food fir. serious contempla
tion. As collaterarsubjecta in this connec
' don Worthy's passing thought, may be men
tioned the heavy additional claims on the
Treasury on account of bounties, the inau:
guration of what promises to be a rather
formidable Indian war,- and evidence in the
reduced revenues from income that taxation
has passed the maximum point. There is
nothing truer in political economy than that
there Is a limit beyond which taxatipn can
not be carried. Facts and figures indicate that
that point juts been reached in tlio United
States.. The future would be more cheerful
tinder our load of debt, State and National,
if prices of almost all the necessaries• of life
were not increased from 50 to 100 per cent.,
and, in a great degree, through the agency of
a vitiated currency. Indeed, the prices of
some of the. substantials 'of life—flour, rice,
molasses, etc., hate increased dime fold. Un
der such burdens it is impossible that domes
tic labor can profitably compete with other
nations for the market of the world.
The price of flour, sixteen to nineteen dol
lam per barrel is attracting serious - attention
"at home." EVerybody is inquiring of his
neighbor, why is this? But never once is
given a satisfactory answer. Strikes for
"wages" or "time" are of almost daily oc
currence, with co responding resistance on
the part of employ as. In the coal regions,
as almost everywhere else, there is more or
less interruption in consequence of these
troubles. The prt.e.rit condition of the trade
does not warrant the payment of the
wages of last year, while the high price of
nearly hll the articles of living requires the
largest pay of the past to provide the neces
sary food of a fiunily. " Wages cannot conic
' down while the cost of livint , ° keeps up.
While wheat is imported from California,
and flour from Europe, the price, with so
much transportation, must necessarily be
high. Amid all. these" cross-purposes it is
difficult to say where a reform is to begin,
and yet all experience teaches us that the
present condition of affairs cannot continue.
Whenever the United States, which is justly
considered the granary of the world, and un
der a sound system of currency could feed
the civilized world, fails to feed its own peo
ple, and becomes.a purchaser from a - distance,
there is something wrong, and in all the his
tory of, the past, with' stich premonitory
symptoms, the error of 'Mir WaVt near a
development. We do not Mean to say that
ive afe . • approaching a crisis similar to that
which succeeded the importation of wheat .
from the Baltic at $2.50 per bushel in 1837,0 r
the financial Crisis of 1857,which succeeded a
similar inflation of all prices—but the prob
able future is well worth considering. Almost
every day we notice shipments of grain and
flour from abroad. We have before us, taken
ti•orn the marine 'news, notices of .the depar
ture front Liverpool for New York of rive
vessels, Within seven days' time; Cariying
seventy thou.sand, five hundred andnitity
brie bushels of wheat ; anti a in Franeisco .
dispatch, dated within the seven days, says
" Ships Charles Leeling, for Liverpool, with
130,000 sacks 6f Wheat, and Orpheus, for.
Hampton Roads, with 29,000 sacks of wheat
sailed to-day."' These are, freaks in trade
most unnatural, and •can be remedied and
improved only by economy, self-denial end
a Wholesome regeneration of the eurrOncy.
The Neer York Herald has hitherto been
very good authority with,Radicals. Let them
hearken, then, to the following trail over the
prostrate condition of the country from that
"We are in great danger. The expenses of
the country are greater than it can safely
bear. The machinery now employed byhe
Government, including the military gove n-
ment of the South, tbe, Freedmen's are m
the army of tax gatherers, and the numerous
other expedients for spending money, is four
times as extensive and costly as it was before
'the war. We did not feel it when we were
borrowing money and expending the curren
cy, hut now pay day is at hand. , Lee,itimate
business throughout the North and Wes; is r
in a prostrate condition. Its vitality has been
sapped by taxation. The South is not only
bankrupt, but actually starving. The people
everywhere are suffering from the burdens
heaped upon them. Prices of food, of rents,
of clothing, arc increasing, and our taxes are
growing higher every year.. Our local taxes
are no exception. The -State tax for this
Commonwealth amounts to $5,000,000 this
year, against $3,000,000 last year. The rate
of taxation in this city in the - same time has
risen from $l3 to $l7 on the thousand ; and
the same is true of all the cities and towns
about us. The remedy is in the hands
of the people, and if they do not exercise
it they have no 'right to complain.
But if, they think we- have enjoyed as
'mac es we can afford of such luxuries, we
'call upon them to kick over all abstract dog
mas, and choose servants-who will act Ibr the
best interests of the country. We arc on the
wrong track. Let us change our course be
fore the Ship of State is wrecked upon the
breakers dead ahead." • - 4:
ilonsceEmir - , terms the New York
loyal leavers "blockheads," and the lan
guage of the celebrated disunionist, Wendell
Phillips, in a recent speech, as " hypocritical
and infamous." Hemp is evidently coming
todhis senses. Me may yet do enough good
the world before be dies to otrercome the
vil he has done.—Exchange.
Impossible t not if he lived to be as old as
Methuselah I -
,Tim Radicals claim that JetE Davis has
triumphed at 19t,..ami it-does - look like it
_thideTthok to take the Southern States out
ofthe Union, and"did not quite succeed. The
hadicils took up thC work, and completed it.
The SOuthern States are out of the Union.
Davis and the Radicals have trluniphea at
DECORS. Or BAD CAL au
Wh oftettato a weltdressid swell come to
seed. • IlisMothes denote that some luttter„
tailor' and merchaqints obitriblited flaw(
ally to furnish him snoutfit. But Idsclothci
are rusty now, and-the whole--intililvittal is
among ire "has besot." If is just so with the
Republican party. It got in power hy prom
ises which proVed false.- Rise people refuse
to trust them again. They have quarrelled
with their leader and instructor, and •this"
once plump and; fed, hartd,vg
robbers, are timing to the- caves and moun
tains for seetuity. - Their ' onetvaleek ward
robe has become tattered and torn, and
rounded forms have become emaciated. They
are too unfortunate to rtiakefunizd'or toklek.
Let them pais out .Tint
is sufficient punishment. - • •
And as they pass we ai6„ - quelnded of lie
Soto's army of - Spaniards' as 11 left -Mat,
abandoning the conquest el the country.
They entered!the country With hundreds of
caparisoned, mettled steeds. Their riders
plumed and armed like true blooded warriors.
A few years later a remnant of the men view,
embarked on board a flat-boat floating dos*
tire river to the ocean, dressed in fragments of
skins of wild beasts. And as they floated
down they were saluted with derisive laugh
ter by the Indians, and an occasional arrow
from his bow. They entered as aristocrats
and passed'out as beggars, mendicants, with
out fortune or honor. So with this decaying
Republican party. Their, loyal . and angelic
robes, are soiled and ragged, and a sorry set
of devils they are, at best, strewing the base
counterfeit they • were.; Their leader is not
dead, but he has betrayed them. 0, 3fassa
Greeley, why did you? Row could you? But
he did. 'Tis done. Let his followers pass out
Don't laugh--don't shout. Their indignatiou
and shame is, all they can bear, Pass on,
remnant of a once fat and boastful party. We
will not laugh. The country is in a bad
plight, but the old Democratic party must do
the best it can. The people have had enough
of Republicanism, and Democracy must come
to the rescue. Don't laugh at the remnant
of shoddy, but try and recuperate from the
little that is left. They have torn down; we
must build up.- 7 -IVorren Ledger.
GILEELICY AIitSMnOUI A q,larowsoN
A correspondent, .who thinks ,we possess
plain ."common sense,"' asks us a string of
questions, whereof the gist is as fidlows:
"Is not Jefferson Davis responsible for the
fiendish atrocities, by which our soldiers in
Southern prison-pens, were maimed, broken
down and murdered? Is not Robert E. Lee,
who was; General-in-Chief, responsible also
for the same terrible crime?"
iinewer.—We do 'not know. It certainly,
seems to us that a Committee of Congress
ought to have inquired into the whole mat
ter of the treatment of prisoners of warsince.
It also seems that the "Bureau of Military
Justice," whereof the Hon. Jacob Holt is the
bead (under the general direction of Secre
tary Stanton,)ought long since to have probed
this matter to the core, and had ionetWdy in
dicted, assuming that anybOdy is guilty
beyond those who are now dead. We once
prompted a resolution of inquiry in Con
gress, intended to draw out the material
facts in the premises; but nothing come of it.
Now, then, if our correspondent knows
the facts to be as he supposes, it is his busi
ness to see that the necessary legal proceed
ings are instituted. We suppose the day of
arbitary arrests and "little bells," to be over,
so that men are no longer to be condemned
and punished by arbitrary edict or mob ven
geance. We believe it would not he difficult
to convict and punish any one who shall be;
fairly proved guilty of wanton cruelty to pris
oners of war. Then let us have no more idle
words, but hurry up the necessary intbrma
tion and indietment.—N. Y. Tribune.
A cowntn man named W: Taman, who
was formerly a waiter at the Tifft House, in
Buffalo, has been humbuggire , his brethren
by representing himself to be 'a good doctor.
A. negro called California Parker, smployed
him, and after giving the patient some pills
which' made him crazy, the great doctor bor.
"rowed two hundred dollars in gold of him
We trust some one will hasten to inform
Wendell Phillips of this negroe's where
shouts. Re says the "second place" on the
next Radical Pre6idential ticket must be giv
en to a black man, and this one possesses the
exact traits which the party requires in its
WHEN Governor Geary took possession
of the governmental. Harrisburg, he made a
grand flourish aboutireform In the use of the
pardoning power, and announced certain
rules for his future ation in this respect. At
the last criminal sessions in York county;
four previous pardons were produced in gross,
violation of the rules aforesaid, and the pris
oners, who were Radicals, were discharged
from custody. It is hoped that the fall his,
tory of these cases will be given to the pub
lic, to show bow Geary's preacbingitudprac
A raoPomm thinker and brilliant orator,
twenty years ago, said that it would yet be
written over the graves of our institutions :
" Here lies a 'nation who', In order to give
freedom to three millions of slaves, lost the
freedoM of thirty millions." •
* Mn. Gnu offers a justification of his
responsibility for Jeff. Davis, that it will
contribute powerfully to the triumph of Re
publican (lleclicifi) principles at the South." .
The "shop" is always uppermost with thC
THE best speech we have read in many a .
day was that delivered by President Johnson
at Richmond. It was as follows
"Gentlemen, accept my thanks for this
Pon Er says Thad. Stevens IS improving,
and the Boston Post says them iigMat room
Trim Earl of Brownlow died lately in Eng
land. The infamy attached of Late' years to
the name, struck in and killed him.
FORNEY says: "The Democratic party has
survived a series of unutterable calamities."
:—lt,has go ; even the adherence of Forney.
A IIiCIDIOtiD paper rebukes the spirit
which lead some Southerners to, threaten
that they "will never go to the polls again if
negroes are allowed to vote."
PENNSYVANIA is to go for the Democrats
at the neat election. So said Thaddeus
Stevens, the "great Commoner," when he Was
Iliad over Cameron's success. -:-
'ruin. SrEvEss talks about a "mild con.
list:Won." Said an Irishman bolding his
band before the raimile of a gun about to be
tired, "pull it otr,
I TnE first line of a Radical song begins
thus: hang iforace Greeley on that
sour apple tree, because he helped to set Jeff.
Tun South is offered admission to Congress
if it will send me►nbem-lrilling to brush Soul
ner's shoes. That is the amount of the re
IP there is a prospect or the Congressional
Committee getting scalped, Mr. Quilp thinks
it would be a good investment - for the Wm
try to - pay the expenses of limit: . Western
Etlovrat wrote truly that "The worst
sign for the man is when, in dispair of the
physician, he calls in the quack ; the worst
sign for the State is when it dismisses the
statesmen to trust in the demagogue."
WICILE Senator Wilson thinks the negroes
are not capable' of properly taking care of
the bounty they receive as soldiers, lie be
lieves them competent to govern the coun
ME Cumberland. Presbyterian General As
sembly (Southern) decided at its late meet
ing in Kentucky that it was the duty of the
Church to "larva all civil and political ques.
dens to Cesar, to . whom, by God's ordinance,
,belong." A sensible body.
..4.l..irsElt from New Orleans, says: On
Mardi Gras, one of the masqueraders wore a
military dress, the-epaulettes of which were
rhade of 'spoons.' As ho passed by, the pec•
ple seeing the 'spoons, even the negroes,
shouted 'Butler, Butler.' ' • • .
Tirs great rot ss of the white men of Liiu
islarui, four-fifths at least, decline reiporing
their names to enable them - to 'vote. Thly
prethr to be governed by the nen;)elr. Them
is said to be an aristocracy Of color in Louis
iana, but white is not a car.,
WaNDELIMMAXTPS 'CFO Shorn*
bill is ofelnall aceptint,./ii. long as do
Johnsoit Is Presiftgat, anft ,thet4idepand
raves In titilltak"Congtlss se* the illy
to gotrerning the blottth ; -but doe , l-Congress
know who is at the head of the army? An
drew Johnson! The removal of the Presi
dent, them, bones instantlg ttt
the safety tkf theltepublic. , Lei Mat be Irak
peached rarer** I-Let bill beisst
the way without, further cestuetry!" Tyo
Boston Post inquires wliether Phillips would
recommend poison or the knife ap thc,meeis
of "putting the President out of the way."
Ararish Priest wishing to explain the ,
tote •of a mitneki to a skeptical purloin:Mk
gav , the wretcit'a tremendous kick. "Did
it hurt ye ?" asked the reverened father.
"Hurt?" exclaimed the victim, tenderly
.solacing thehgrievedreg,lon: : tritbius Wind,
"Well, then," !mow clergyman complacent
ly, "it would have heen.a mixaclc if it hadn't
hurt ye 1" This is a good delinkioh; but no
better than 'one just given, in Nassachusetti
of the difference hetteezi ari:"*ldent." and
a "misfortune." "If Wendell Phillips should'
fall into the river,'' says the definition,
"it would be an accident. If he should ever
get out again, that would, to a t4fortune:"
Tun editor of the State-bine. Gazette de
siring to accommodate Limsclf tc the tie*
political dispensation, offers for sal .;
"A well hound volume, eonttining. the
Constitution of the late United 84tes, - the
Constitution of Virginia, now Military Dis
trict A, No. -1, also the Virginia ; Bills of
Rights, the Kentucky Resolutions of 17P8.
Any one desiring to preserve:these. *lies of
the barbarous age extending; frotaA776. to
1861 will do well to eall. Also - .a eau of
the Bible, will he exchanged for the life and
writings of John_ Brown,.deceased.
TttE Philadelphia press, the other
published a paragraPh in reference to the
Penians, announcing distinctly that if they
would join the Radical • organization, and go ,
in, with might and main, fir negro suffrage'
they might expect aid front the Radicals;
otherwise not. There is not sympathy in
Radicaleireles for white men 'Struggling for
liberty in Ireland. Their syMpathy is all ex
panded on Alio negn.!, anti aid, from them fbr
brave,people of the white race struggling
to be free, can only he obtained by barter and
Sale. ' •
EVAINid of the Record; wants to , kmoW
what the leffersOnlan Witt do it-hdrf the ne
groes bevel& *vote in Pennsylvania. It will
do this, In' the election of atonsiable for thiS'
Borough, between Henry S. Evans and n
negro, the Jeffersonian will vote for the
black negro in preference to the white one,
—Mat Cl ester Jeffersonfan.
Mu. GuEumv writes in a private letter to
a Southern - friend that he has already "seen
infinite good in getting rid of Davis'as a pris
oner, and thus enabling those who have been
rebels to become (in effect)Republicans wit*
out seeming to betray their late leader." ITe
adds that for himself; he can stand the
"howling" which his interference has excited
against him, for he "earl hear beyond it." .
THE New York Evening Gazette says that
"Russia has granted a - general amnesty to
the insurrectionary -Poles. In view of this
generous statesmanship, is.it not about time
that sneers at Selavic civilization should per-
emptorily cease'?" Would it not be well for
the. Radicals of the United States to learn a
lesson from the example of "despotic" Rus
TILE radicals arc constantly announcing
that the Democratic party is dead, and yet
their every exertion; and every move on the
political chess hoard, point to one end-the
preventing of a Democratic triumph in the
election _of 1868. If the Democratic party. is
dead, why is it necessary to deal such furi
ous blows at its remains Y •
Am the election in Connecticut, a veteran
named Lawton Babcock, now 103 years old,
.was preseht in the - town of old Lynn and
cast a Democratic vote. Ile has voted at
every election for President from the forma
tion of oar Government to the present time;
and alWays with the Democratic' party.
."cullud passons".2 in Wash-
ington 'rose at two o'clock on the morning of
election, fOr the purpose of exercising their
new privilege of-sitlfrage: They felt like the
boys who get up . before daylight.- on the
morning of the' 4th of July.
The divorces in Connecticut last year
numbered one for everyten marriages.
A GEORG/A editor has been shown a speci
men of wheat six feet in height
ALIIA.II4 epicures are luxurating. upon
dOg tax of Mississippi produced V..5,-
000 for the State Treasury last year.
A LADY in Richmond, after giving birth to
twins, drowned herself in a well.
TDEODORE Tuiros, a teacher of "grand
moral ideas," advocates the licensing o
houses of prostitution. ' , -
ITs own merchants refused the sovereign
State of Nevada credit for one tundred
pounds of flour.
Aiiirre papers complain that there is an
iircreasing list of applications for divorce in
the 'courts of that State, and that nearly all
tfthem are granted.
convturin a Michigan prison who with
a.kaife. has kept etierybody away from his
cell; went sixteen days withont eating, and
finally had to be smoked out of his room.
Bansum has sold his place at Bridgeport,
Conn., "Llndencroll;" for $75,000, and left
the State, which had become quite too dis
:tasteful to him since election.
AT ainesville,Ohio, Sarah Turner has just
received $lO,OOO from J. W. Sidle, in a breach
of promise suit. Sidle was proven to be the
father of an illegitimate child.
It is not a little 'remarkable that Charles
ton, the head and font of .thn :Ithole .seeett
shut movement, is taday'a paters of morali
ty, peace and quietness.
TBEODOBE CLAY, son of Henry Clay, has
for over thirty years been an inmate of the
_asylum, at Lexing,ton Ky. He be-
Come Insane from 4sappoutte4 afteetion.
TER Chicago city government yielded to
the eight-bout demand for its lalairers, but
reduced the pay accordingly, and now the
workmen are persuaded it to go back to ten
AWE NE AL Las Atritten to the Portland
Press a letter opposing the probibitoryliquor
law. lie says its effects in Maine have been
demoralizing; and it-has inereaSed the sale
of liquors clandestinely.
Gxx. Gc6. B. McCisixas is now some
whereon the Mediterranean with his wife
and child. Mrs. McClellan is in very bad
health. The General expects to return
home next fall.
• Tnz Foriest divorce case is at last
panelling an end, and Mr. P. will be 'com
pelled to pay, some $70,000. Legal ingeaui
ty has fought this result for a dozen years,
but the last resort has failed.
Twasronr cos ,
European railways. The lower story has
compartments in the English style, and the
upper is on the American plan. -The whole
height of the car is about 14 feet.
Tire Atlantic Cable, according, to the Lon.
don Daily News, is'now- transmitting more
messages than ever. The daily number is
constantly 11=8141q t -end • the leccipts av
erage 113,750 in gold a day. •
IF ws are to believe -all the repots pub.
lifted, our G overnment is In no difficulty
of finding a market for its old Monitors and
Iron-elacts. Prussia, Russia, Pent and Japan
are all anxious to•get a few on easy terms. •
Divolunts are becoming very •common to
Massachtuats. The lawyers say "it is the
result of the war." Many women of doubt
ful reputation zianied for the sake of the
State aid, end led a disreputable life after
Rturrir in New Tork;especially of storm,
have experienced a very decided decline
since the first of May. There are dozens of
places "to let" on Broadway, between Chtuu
bars and Fourth streets, and on terms which
could not have been thought of three weeks
since. The_ geneml stagnation in trade has
'prodOced Mb Testa .
limn now the nem') women in We &Mb:
Jurve fantished.nearly ; .one half the forte in
We cotton fields; but Alia year, it is stated,
they have Mutest 'entirely withdrawn from
that kind of wotit: ' They &elate that - thd
white women never trtnirocatt, but ere sup•
ported by their men ; that it ought to be tp,
and that they (the blatitt) will - not subedit
any more to out door work.
—...24, be ..1,,,.. ~ . ,
i n ~-
1 i " • fter list
. .k_ 0 '1 -
A col.. Trott, • the
Standard saysa ;.: • bele
signed by the ••-
agreeblg to *e 0 0- '
tending fm , ex.. '"; for
friends of th —.• • r• Anal
necessity. Heretofore, it Is said, ptf . : . m .
sons have spent their last cent for a
to attend a fluteint . - The'Vatinton
they to has been
s tallot o r
/14411 4 111104UODILIt'ilLX
fergeiht - _
A coukiiorßieirlilliktrik got
married recently, in open violation of all
law and_order as proprief iii ytW sect
I Both thditartierirrete — hadwear
' ried on a correspondence „Bar pow time, 'al
;Bliongh they had miter spoken to one an
other. :Me correspeadeneet.lkatteSeoVeredi
,the Young man was expelled.
whereupon tbtx yotneoao Near ritoined her
true love•vagd they - , were married
toilte rit& brtlui tibter Cot= fr
indignation and excitement 'exists in conse
quence among the family. • •
GEMARA paper siyi that as - the result
of the, recent Radical mission Ofthc South;
the* &Infidel:tee Ofibe7peopla dafrolred,
immigration fii'Bruzil and Venezdela in-
Creases, ,bonsisi")stockS, and *al:oWe go
down, trade is stagncnt, money is scarce and
high; Northern •ctedits are cut off, and South
ern zaerchtmls full to meet the.hobligaticins.
In Atlanta store rents have failed more Wm
One - half, and Northern capitalists refuse to
make investments. • e - I .
A.'crzEztanzED wholesale merchant la
London, England, has presented the propri
etors of the Telegraph with a printing press
Vlach cost $20,000, as a , token pf appreeia-.
lion: In doing so he 103Ctittltspleti 'the gtft
by a letter which said "In' your paper, by
judicious advertising, I first built a founda
tion of a fortune-.-andincyottr paper, by Jo
dicious advertising, I have amassed the for
tune-which enables me to of this testimpaY.
of regard and good' will."
L PIIOEiTCTS or AN INDIAN Wan.—The
Leavenworth Times says of the prospect - of
in Indian war :• "Gloomier grow the report/
anti inore - certain seems a ,teneratwar." We
had fumed to escape it, but from 'all the
tribes west and. north ofwf,
national railroad lines, we hem. only' of dsp
adotions, of murders, of all those bloody in
tilents which foretell ever a. general con-'
intecesCor • -
land is now suffering greater depression than
it has experienced for, yearsomd many, of
tike yard arst : talent and deserted. Only
about sixteen vessels are now an the stocks
in, the entire Suite of MaSsaehusetta In
New. Hump. hire and Maine. the business Is
poniewhat brisker, though competiOn- with
the ship-builders,of the British ftotrinees is
kliffieut end dliconraging.
COL GAY, ptwit commandant at Cohan-
Ints, Miks., in iew or the fact that that place
isswarming with imemPloyed neigroes; who.
area tax upon the public, has issued an or
der "that - all freedmen, who bare no homes
and employment in the city, shall leave
without delay and seek employment in the
country or elsewhere."
Tun census shows an excess of 130,00 0
more males ' titan females in the United
States. In the Western States particularly,
there is an enormous 'preponderance of the
male population. Illinois has an excess of
02,000; Michigua,.4o 000 • Wisconsin, 43,000;
Stud so on.. -
Muw O'Gon.u.tx hung herself In'Jersev
City last week; being driven to the rash act
by the cruelty and abuse of her sons, who
- were iu the habit of,-beating her to . compel
her to give them money. „After the deed, one
of the infilial wretches , style •VS from the
person of hli dead miitlier, - and escaped.
, THEY have a novel mode of courtship_ out
in Fort Wayne,where recently, Sophia Kelk
ley, a black-eyed French girl, hunted down
Samuel Quicksell with a revolver, drove him
,to a nusgbtrate's office, and compelled. hirojto
marry her then and there, under penalty of
having his brains blown out.
Wno WOULDN'T WFsn' IL Grows?—Na
poleon has a.kidneydisettire ; Victor &immu
ne' a paralyzed right arm ; Eismarck is sick;
the Empress Carlotta is crazy; the hair of
both: the Emperor of Austria and the Queen
of Hanover has turned gray within a year;
the Pope weeps day and night; and Victoria
still broods over the - past with proibundruel
have married people Passed througb
the alphabet of love? When they reach the
XEW TOSS WULETS.
New York, June 12.
"FLOUR—Less lirm. Choice $11.56112.75;
winter $13.06314:05. Ryeflour quiet. Salea
of tine at 48.25 ' • superfine $7.50a0.40.
WLIEAT—DuI I and drooping: Sales of No.
2 Chicago at' $2.20.
RYE-Quiet and lower. Sales in lots, at
$1.65a1.11. - •
BARLHT—DuIL' Id.les of Cquala free
4 1 . 2 5: '
MALT—In moderate demand. Sales at
CORN—Heavy and satie lower. Bales of
new mixed western at $100a1.05-; retail lots
$1.16a1.17 old delivered $1.1041.12
D.A.TS-7 - RulL Sales of western at ruaac•
Penn'a 80a81 172.
PORK—Hpv3i . and lower. .$21.85a' 22.15
for new mesa; $22.00 for old Incas; $10.002
19.25 for prime ; $21,75 for ritne mess.
BEEF' H nlet- and lower. At
at 8 3-Baloc ; haresl2al4e.
LARD—Heavy. Sales at 181-411314 c
for new, and scull lots at 13 3-Se.
BUTTER—DuII, at 15a20 for Ohio.
CIIEESE—Quiet at Bal6l-2e.
VRIE MONEY. MAIiREET.
Five-twenties edup., , 108 7.8 109 5-8
Five-twenties cO4) coup., 103 • HO 34
Five-twenties (115) coup., 105 3-4 1001-2
Five-twenties (63) new isa, 307 7-8 • 108 1-8
Seven,thirties (Ist series) 105 7.8 1001-4
Seven-thirties (24 and 2d) 105 3-8 105 34'
Ten-forties, coup : , , 98 3-4 991.2
New" York - Exchange, Par 1-8a1.4
Gold 135 1-2 137 1-2
Silver, • " 130 132
Money, Interest, , • '7alo
Phila. & Erie f..W It -R Stock; 3O
Erie & Pittsburg, do 60
Cleveland &, Erie (none in market) 250
Buffalo & Erie ' do 250
Erie City Bonds,
Paie City IciutWs, , , ~ • .' 90
Erie County Bonds, , ... Par
Flour, IVh., $17a19
Flour; Win.,. 111a1C
Flour, Spring 19a14
Flour, Itye, 9 Malt)
Wheat, A.,9 804.90
Wheat, S., 2 CGa2 70"
Potatoes, 1 Mil 10
Butter, lb., - 20a23
Lard, lb., 12a14
Tallow, lb., Dal°
'nuns, lb., 14a15
Shoulders, lb., 10811
2Dfd..App., , lb., 10
Peaches, par'd, 88a40
Peaches, - unp., 17a18
Wool, , "- 4000
Veal, 1. w., cwt., 7aB
1 00a1 05
Beef, 1. w., cwt., 7a9
Mutton, " Mg} I
' , WOMAN'S wotini THE €iYfl
rEmast latetesting, beauttini and attractive
boolt published. Great inducements to
agents, male or female. Those now enraged are
making from ,150 to 1810 per
_mouth. - TEE
1100 K SELLS. Send for A CMOIAr 43 r in c to
im•fiol Chestnut st., Philadelphia,
LEDIIEBs, JOURNALS, DAY BOOMS,
CAtitt 800 t i.!
In' every ityie °e ntailing, wad ai tts
VERY LOWEST PRICEir
Book, - .llagnzine,
And °ill ' Ing done In the •tieststrle
vFyx, cheap, at
_ - FAN, 111 4 1onii rusk siw..
jel4-4m. - • , ,
L ; D. CHEVI i i ,
ITeateit, (tg tlai WINS
pariorio, Sulli, Claturplim4k 404
Frescoed' In.the Iffeet °Ohs.
General Toesigning, Thititing Modals tor iltel
_Odic% and every description' ortinut•
mental Fainting executedpromptly. - Romain
Farrar Na. 3, second foot. spurozo.
fki r i
of Trt • Tit i ffir
IfeMigrir a $
No. 41507 Pronoli St..
1 404 - 0 11 4 6 ;that_APY hay! MOrZtill
AO Invite the attention of ell wonting Mud-
Their Idea Is the Largest ever held la
, IlarthvW,estpra Pommel* t
Conprlatn!! ‘ a general actertment of all the aril
des In their line.
FARMEUS will And Wait they want. '
BUILDERS will find whatle i r want.
BLACICAMTELS alit Ap4l , they
VJAIGIONMAKERS Inn a what they want;
CARPENTERS will And what they want.
MASONS will And what they want
PAINTERS will And what they want..
it im u v a tavartv ir y a z6L
_EXwilLahiTWittit they want.. ' •
tOdif I) ' , Wag war 40 what they want,.
In short every kind of hardware tied by any
Class In the community, will always be found
on hand sind sold at the most reasonableprices.
F.' ( : I
Fairbattes Standard Scales!
Hay. alai, Bottom, Wlteelbrizrow,_ Grocers',
Druuubsta% itateherse, Pelt Mind •
eicit;on Giass Works !
All sizes of Gloss emstantly on hand at lowest
IRON, . NAILS,
PAINTS OP ALL :NINDS4
CUTLERY, LOt1:8 1 , .
BINGES", it.C., *C.
The public are Melted, ta can and examine ter
Rietnselvee.- Remember the place,
ray2 ,W r Block,oppc the licedUocir
ki AVM) IJ 1,1 (tin 4,1)
NO. ssulat t3TATE 'ST.,
_ PA. -
oltew dots In the above load-
H has d ooey, sanotinoes to thepublie that be
of the lolled and Must me
folly eeleeted stadia of
lies4plade ClotM,w,Clotits, Gilo4iminmr,
MlE%is, der.; ever brought to this marker—ell
since the fall print% and to besold
at the most reasonable figures: He has one of
the best Cutters iii the country, and will
to make up Clothing in the most
and durable style. His stock is eonapiste. Hoer.
in the One of lids tradebasbeen neg_leeted. Give
him a esti and see tbr nalmehres- ts
the goods to be as rnmsnated..andPrkm al um
as any ID MO city.
dectrfo-tf. J. M. NUM.
National Claim Agency !
a',fte!z in Fqm MAI Building , Snit, Pa.
All clalinants for extra bounty allowed by tato
acts of Con c an have the same promptly
collected by se their discharges to me, the
receipt of w w bopromptly acknowledg
ed and Instructions returned. -
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
per month tor the tom/ /ma of moot either
leg or mirk instead oli 118. ID per month Wien.
flor child of 'deceased' trading - or
Also, other increases.
ADDITIONAL FOR VOL. OFFICERS of U.S. A.
ands month pay proper for all In service
march 3a, ied after April eiti.
Claims for arrears of, pay , and pedalo, and
bounty. pranaptly collected. Unequalled twill-
Itles for chadrigandeorispletingte..bee. Allow
ance to prlseners of war collected. Only agency
in North-Western Penns/lewd& where 7 01 136 of
experience In the U . S. Treasury can be found.
kful for the very liberal patronage be
stowed in the bast; ate hope by • Ineressed expe
rience and unremitting attention to patrons, to.
secure their continued favor. (Mice In Farrou-
Hall Building. Address •
A. TODD PEiit,EY,
tafraf-tf. ' • Lock Box NI, hale, P.
WERT' Stria:am., t •
IINDERSIGNXO Mining perelitmed UM'
rd ival! known Livery Stand lie:Magma caw
ed by 'Wm.!. Sterrett, desires to MAIM bin
e and. Me. public that fluft4lne tLa
THE -MOCM will be larget and inn;
proved—new eonveyaneer fume
and !some of the best livery h in ttl3=ll
- I determtned ao to c onduct the
liament :a• to give sattaltatfon. Those . =
wind to obtata the cervices of • good Wm wig
end me ready ad an detest° ti..mmo, them
at reasonable prima.
Recollect the plane, fttetrales Old stand. Fifth
et teatthe Reed Maim •
- TEM LENISON.
84.2.118 AGE 8 T UFFE . SI3I
of the be;st, kind, at
J. G 812,1=n0.-
0vi5 i 1 — w 7 •66416.41
Mr MANSION HOUSE BLOCK;
yare ire noir ovaTitijaitplardiri 'tack of
Ribbon% Wks, Capio.Faunee, ac: ar.
—AIL NW. 61111110 kt -
Just received and ousting dun,.
NOTIONS, GLOVES. ITOSIEIVI,
.• , UAW rinoisblff Ofisk
4*W/O:Ca tb doll sM alitoblivi:hiodtantt
litiltal;;GEE as CRAIG:
14 46 440 1 *!ie4 !ItfWt lot of
- twig*. Arrtitmgoio*
ware to the same
AGESTS - YOR
A General Amortraiat'of
ii Gloated to the
Also, o line oancotioroi, of
BOOTS & sTig?wt
n'i34t tiM‘iMufseliiiiAi •
,Iloot• and fl,l l 4„._hb,
ELEGANTLY VI=MD STORE,
i`T i'€' Rdo 4)' f; < r
Me Meek. em'breeedi;eversrtblni la tie Boot and
q b sr HuNll lame line or,
'INA KID. 440, cosrmozr,stulrts.
S; : Ealea4em t toe th e e tt 7 .,t a r the
”Proble Patent foot !"
A very desirable article for ladies' wear.
. . na7llo-3m
lilarringlmrellued the interest of the 'Messrs.
Vincent* in the
' . :'7oool7l'X'l4 EPt2D . ausizigso
Of the late dint, would respectfully solicit a
continuance of favor Mtn the friends turd pa
trons of the house, and the public in general,
pled, himself that he will at all thaws try to
ash and reliable
Flour, Feed and Grain I
AttiTur Uremia priding, clash in hand. litutune
long experience in this branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the politic dellunad, and that
un T rssairo
lam pre to meet that want.
searMY Wink* to the public for their
I th bus the isst - .1 liaapa.hv
' t a te ndon tuy iness and their arable,
to merit a continuance of their patronage in the
Tam MILIAN (;', FLOUR,FICED,
AND GRAIN BUSINIerti,
Wlll be continued, in all its departments, at tile
ERIE MILLS, PARADE IF/MEET,
. _ .
' and the There,
EAST rA. - nx no*,
Retween Brown's H o teloe and Reed Houle, •
• ,- ,
' lithere Um pubilo wilLtintla goodianelealmizi
for sale, with competent and polite men on
/and to stlPPl,Y•their wsuan.
airliSle-ly. IL B. RAVaiErnag.
al STATE STREET
ISAAC ROSENWEIG, SEN.,
•• . -
ass opened a new store of the above descrip
tiount ttis old atatidmear the South West corner
of State street and the Park, where he invites
his old customers and the public generally
to idve hint a call; Constantly on hard a gene
ral assortment of
Crockery, Glass, China and Silver Ware,
Bed Room Sets, Dinner and Tea Bets, Knives
Forks, Tea Spoon., Looking Glasse., Lamps
Globes, admneys, &e.
FANCY GOODS OP ALL KINDS!
Embettelng Rome of the most • beautiful - ever
brought to this market. Those who wish to buy
mitt bargain will gull it to their interest to call.
lie guarantees to sell
MI PER CENT. BELOW
any other house in the city
THE PLACE TO BUY COAL CHEAP!
SALTO/AR & CO.'S COAL 'TAB%
Corner of TireMb and Peach streeta,
who keep constantly on haril =tit and Min
ton (Furnace) limn and Shswettle„
Ergs. tILOve and Nat sixes ; a:minas, Ow rate
and steam, and
• - Poi Blacksmith Purposes.
Our Coal is 41 received by raft , is kept on dry
plank door, and
WS= SCRIZENICD =PORE DALITEMY.
We offer matt indinnunenta to parties wishing
to lay in „Omit winter_ windy, able to deal ea
purehaaing a ty the ear Imd.
eV Give a call and we guarantee to give
tr. • _
GOLD WifiCIIES, ‘,`
awrAL ATCHEs, • -
AND SOME &LOCHS!
Bold cheap ; fak Cashtby
MANN 3z. viform4
No. 2' Reed Blf
rUNIONHOUSE, near the Hills. & Erie
ithops, is offered for rent, Al the present
proprietor is about to open the , •
On titer Ittrdhlo Wine Parties , wishing to keep
hotel or boarding house will and Miss deetrabLe
place. The Wise doing_a good !sadness. En
tities of /OK JOHNSTON„ Semi - : or of geld.
onthe pritifins. furB67-41.
FINIELE dr. LYON'S
FAMILY IMMO •IdAdIINE t
. Pesch At. emit nide, two duo
ODOM of IZilt Meet, Me, Ps. -
aplBll7-tt. -. E. A. BALL. Agent.
TheArest Western wad-Ammtriesn
lioraeinsaranee and Detective Company,
Have eauat ex stolen horses within the past
week, and hare captured more home thieves
slum Its otkladzatlon than any ether company,
or than all other companies and detectives com
bined. Rl= a 4stectlve force ektencUng from
Plltsbark% Fa„ to Connell HMO, lowa. and from
Calm to toes We" It has an actual cash awl
WA147410.110. , and an ,authorlaed caNadaut
It biurover 111,1500polldes In lame, and
Is t h e only live stock Insurance company doing
baldness la this State.
WARNERk GERIUSS No.l Park Sow, Erie,
Wall =raw home or wile emathat
agalaet t tett and death WV°, leas=tback,'
it Would cost tit straerthieyour stolen Wok
=SU up 4 c Ul liw atbr o m With nannw .5.;
aird. who ha
received remuneration from thl ia r l ompany f
lost anabt, but one tram the well known elm,
of ranch • : -Waren % of Waal:twin be wad
with Internet, which thaws o comma' la
, a company In Ina as wen la in If,
Illiy , tutt:ahly loam: WS sew inns with
t o w
1 NVe; the -hereby that on 1
the Sat dee eitmei. we our entint I
livery stook. of 111 with MOMS.
Warn 411; Gerriale Gr eat tarn Amer.
them; that on the al day or
September conefof ied of Cholle, and o w n
the lOW day otHeptember we received • draft
on New 'freer fur the full am ior the Innir. ,
~. • a STERREIS
Elle t t%ldar leek • -
Ittituance 4:41 Tie' 'fared in Innintbrn
VAan MAW Vumanden; Widte.
WM. - ;neipakninnM ENVOI"
: I,3ar,III3 'GRIMM
ante 11.14 e Nbalas and Hone /guar-
Ito, Bow, Ede, Pik
• MU*lat Reduced n&tes. l 47
deelbat. J. C. 1312 ZEN.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
thmarY sad Portable Steam
pomitaa,ott..wriza dc TANKst,
armee. poem RlAles PRtent Pawn,
M llie Clirealar %or 24 1 118,4iparm '
dor Mw UM,
11*ex =la urn Kul. GRAVING,
suLtirrnal . InILLIF/4,
DRILLEce TOOLS, PUMPING mqs,
litinuteriured by the
ER= CITY IRON WORKS:
tram , want t w ine._ Mu dadblatbe coster,,r my
other Erptme of equal size.
Pattie! who wtsh to Increase their pro,"
withal:Achill:ming their ballet, ran do se hv taxis
the MAW Engine, Which Worts the gih, mu l l
Steam, and iws amble the petrel !rpm the
same thus saving NW the fuel.
Peseh Street, above the %Palo Reid,
'I - MN 13817A.:5T 4ki CO.,
PARLOR, COOK AND OFFICE STOVE,
- TEC AND MEET Int*: WARE, •
THE CELEBRATED CURTIS FLOW
And all lands of Iron (Xultings.
Every Stove sold by ee Is warranted to gin.
satlafactlan. Kettles. 141c1gli Ittioes, Sad truck
&c, on band and manufactured to order. l'kno
and Plow Points of superior make and durallth•
ty always on hand. A call and a fair trial of
ape article; Is all we ask. -
rar2WKI-tr. HENRY, EIITAIir a. CO.
'A alla M . a 'L=l
TIBBA.LS, SHIRK & WHITEEIEAD,
STOVES AND HOLLOW WARE! -
have a large and extensive assortment of Slot es
at Wholesale and Seta&
THE IKON GATE,
Is a drat elan Cool Cciok Stove, with or withost
Reservoir, for bard or sort coal,
or Wood, arid Is
BETTE:ft TITAN TIIF. feTEW.SBT WOVE ,
We also Manufacture the,
wnru SHEAF AND 'NEW ERA.
Both low oven Coal Cook gloves—of
grates--can be used either for wood or rya
THE - FOREST OAK !
We etlll manufacture thle celebrated low owl
Stove bar wood—with or without reservoir.
A lost oven Stove for wood. Thin in a new gait
of beautiful design, and now for sale—log.111;1
with a large assortment of Elevated Oren act.
Parlor Cools, far wood or eoal, and Parlor and
Mice Slovenian wood or ooaL
c. L 7188 A 8. D. Milton. If. wRfIEIEAA
NNE of the most pleasant residences and dr
nimble locations for a-village house, is ass
offered for axle in the beautltht
SAL7I33IAN & CO
The lot eontaltut about one acre of Lund, to
lifty choice grafted trait trees,with choice strut
berg on it, a good well of 'under, a large and rd..
arranged house with new cistern and eeller,ani
agood barn and Out house. The property is Et..
totted on Main street, and adjoining the Made'
nay ParkO4x but five minutft.' walk from the
post Once and NM the churches. Good actoob
, and no morea kse Mmnt place to reside and ent. , y
all the advan of them, exists on the LAt'
Shore. The vi is located about two Ws •
troika the lakeshore, and one-half mile from ttre
railroad station o f the C. &E. and P. & F. Rat
roads. Tema easy. Parties desiring to buy tr
property In this city, if they &min , t
eitehange,will And it of advantage loran or ad.
43.MM : t i t:tither Information,
8. TODD PERLEY,
REPORT, MAT 4th 1!I.
• r •
To mnount,of b ounty talc Unto% 'Feb. fdtu
By many paid on bonds, ..... —.
By amount-or Exhoneratlone,.
By smount.ot collection teee,..
Total,.. tt..qo ..
We, the ildened — ,tiiiiiii;;;", or LeVourrr ,
having met and examined the account ell
*ducker' of the Road Commiadonert of a
tcoldaP.; in regard ItC0)011111tY tax, Mu!
tha to one "aid C7ommitratoners the nod ,
Wlt C. nese our hands and "ea* at Latent O 3 • .
eth day of May, kW.
J. a. SHEARER :IX
1 IL M. RANGE, [l,- 4 . -
Auditor , .
Cabin sad Gent's Furnishing cooibt
coitiE OF SEVENTH sirnErr.
• Eni.l 4 . r.t.
8. fa& .W. .71 - ENTLINSON.
StanuLsetasers and Wholesale Desilenb
, TOBACCO, 'SWABS,
SNUFF, PIPES. -Ate'
No. 6 Federal St., Allegheny city. Pgi,
Third door from Suspension 'Bridge, •
febiret 4 .9. < Sign Of the Big 13411
HAY ES it - KEPLER.
Real Estate Agents!
House and Lot 9634x1t1G on French :+tnvl,
and 3EL Price very cheap.
Complete Furnished two story frame bon•emst
ble mantles, be.,-M e ty to of Rod. 1... um
Holland street._ ki,ow—cheap.
The large two story frame Dwelling and
Lot 54.1178, on Peach street, corner of a Sinip str irm t, Particularly desirable tor travel a
Two Dwellings end City Lot, on West Sth
Property of „Tabu Perkins..
Just out of the city limits, Cottage
goad repair; one-third of an acre of g ra..!
about oaa hundred choice bearing frail 0°
drapes, &e. Prlee 21,750. . '
City Lot on Ninth street, first cast of Wra• i6`
son's. Very desirable. „.. .
The stores and ground now oCenPled /7.. T1 ,, b r
Shirk & Co., In-lots to sun buyerm. ‘1 1 .• • v `
loniktinte. ' . -
Five to six acres, pin of .1. MeClur.'s Fs rtt &,..' ..
Miles south-pot of the city. it'asisatse '.:
story house, barn, and a variety of c hoice trti
trim.- Moll immix Warn under a due gait
cultivation. Price $1,370 --easy terms.
The fine new Gothic Store and lot, In fee O l t_ -
on Peach street, directly north of th e rsart — .
Price lk" regains, 1134)00per angora _ , •
Badness Lots, directly north of hart a / 4 '
son's store, store, property of. F. Whithch
Farm, 12 miles sobtlpeast of Erie j i is VerS •
11:iscros; 25 acne cleared; hank, hon. ""
Mtn trees, dc. Price T. 15 per acr e : , ' ,' '
Biz acres land,two st• frame h o ulletrar,r,: . _
variety of choice frWt. Price SPA/ Tap Pl '
south, on Plank Road. ..
BEUULER LOTS. •
1 1 1.,.
We are selling this valuable proPertf, on •..
and Fourths treets,and Garilan ex d -- 1,44.--
streete.ln lota to suit buyers. , Terms, o, 4 4 0 •
In hand, and balance In six anne al `g!
Buyers must call soon for a choke- ...,
RA:WM*3 .dr. iLMP
aplS-If. Real Raab; Ag'ts. ii(4..--
GEO. C._ inTrO.i.
Formetly of the - firm of Chambers a Doi
"cm. reaPretfullx inform his sdd eust uniewe'
the public pnerang that tiu ha Purdas . "
Purrs PHOTOGRAPH GALLEY'
Paragon Building, over Austins oil eel
whore r e
susted to'nuske all Xiul.
slam of in the matt approved etpH o,
Prices alwirt ressonabte._
4 , 11 DlilVlfro 'U,
GEORGE fiEf.JMN. Privid - mt;
W. J. E. Supl,
J 0111: IL BUM. Hee'y 111141 Ttnu
BOROUGH OF GIRARD, PENN'i.