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-- C,. 0 4 1 41:eh 'JAM 4110414 I;tr anornalints ant'
-1 1, ' 7 `,,'• I. jr:,, g o .o;l l tVer Mr. Lincoln's, ad m iiiistrat ion'?
Ailiitiktitiiiiid iritofilaid Ist hive styled the
, Atiltt o fulletio orptca.oßnC
ie Is6•hietrkt, of Mt: Untied State., hecatiae it
al fillit have bi•er. Gm: %t ed without sena 114° 0 feet •
iirittin inistorrial 'reehrit iii the eountt y i heitig
' ' tiTtnairthe niMportent in ita r arac ter, his,
boWier*ini at be said of Nr , t fecolfes idttlitt•
tiatig ri jilin._'it,, imp / 410,0, so far at ieast as the
pe , 4ilie n(ithisitnee great Republic are concerned
RA MA tte eonteded. 'Whether irrporrant ait, the
I kit chapter •af the Middy nl the Republie, nt
teethe first chlipttl of a militety despotism, Our
era its Will form their own conclusions.
. ,Ong thing, however, may be betel). said with
cu t lel ent i'olti ea'ticlinn bY a nY int elligent reader
'eof AMettean history, and thief lei that Mr. Lin
e:otter ehapter , will furnish time striking con
', traatitei that enniairtint the 'records, of the .
Wolfs sad their greet Oen in the early days ei
the Reitublic. Thgee dontreits are so rema4.lga.
WO in their etistielef fli to - tweasion ' so . prise
and regret• fttrBlrghtlSY (he ciVtliged veotle.. They
*treat 1410101'6h diletV where. And to show
err feeders sillf then thus wonder, 't may not
in• „‘:ll)tiniil4r teri diens. et :a few of 'the rinen ar
Otero.. Thal' fllOl ttinspired rifler, the •dayi of
• ' 1'776, when' tei tle Med to ha free and indepen.
•Thers, efireAlll4ll !Mr right to independence
teinin the iitillittpla drat hall all governments should
' 4,0,04 ultent the consent of the governed."
, }Vol!, afe ire waging a terrible war to prevent
thepWereise of this peinc;ple, or.. right. by
4444 vevereign States. n on Virginia sent
IsiViTiabingron tend bar Leer to sill Massach
alfilits in maintaining this right, and to relieve
!Kinn from the presepee at those who denied
If.• Mae, Mastachneetts is seeding her Butler/
ling./hinters with thoutands of troops, to sub.
jhgete.Virenia anti destroy her people for as.
Mirth's the same tight , which Ku deemed
sacred in 1776. ' '
Then, the':Adams's anti Hancocka of Massa.
elmworta were banded tegether, as brother, with
the, Jeffersone, the Madison*, and Henrys of
Virginia, in pleditittt their roperty, their livei,
and Choir sacred honor e4to uphold the right or
each ono ot the '.0141 Thirteen' to become a
free and independent State." Noe, the descen•
dent of Jahn Adams, al a foreign minister, is 1
".doing his drone to defeat Viriiiiia in main
taining the same right, and all New England
is 'Peking to destroy her for asserting it. In
• 1787, after each and all of the 4.01 d fhirteel,"
Were , tlekllo Jr I, deed 10 he 44free and indepen.
dent States," Massachusetts, with her New
Englentl *Wert entered into a'Compact or con.
dilution with Virginia and other Southern
btatem, whereby, among , ether things, it was
etrdmed that 44N0 new State should be created
within the boundary of another stare, without
the consent of the latter."
,•. In 1862 Massachu
setts and all New England, wiih•foree of lirms,
and againet thit vvill el Virginia, cleated, or at•
tempted to • create, a new State within the
' boundaries of the latter, and are now fighting
to ;compel Virginia to submit to this Violation
of the Constittit ion. In 1787, by ibis Constitu•
• thin, eadh State reserved the right to regulate.
ifs Gitlin domestic affairs, and in the exercise of
this rillitr the Northern State, when slavery
ceased, to be &
proable. abolished it, as. they
thottiglitr6t; and now, because Virginia clainis
• 'she right to abolish it or not, as she , thinks
fit, those same Neiv England States are , des
troyine her cities and ravaging •her ter
In 17a7,, Virginia donated as a gift to ' her
sister Statee, for the common good, the immense
, domain now containing the a:rates ot Oho", Indi•
ins and,lllinnis, an •1 of her own free will, as
she had . ' a tight to dn, stipulating
,tha t slavery
oftettfti not exist therein, The other States, ,
th;n Ills/fly all alaVa bfetee, accepted eh; gift
an the term': nam e d and have enjayedr all its
'fienerre. No 10: ilit•tv Engledil and New York,
lesether With Ofiiir, Ihiliana'anti Illinois are
,revaging and despdilin'g Vir4initi, because she
chooses to invert her right tobe tree and 'in
dependent of them, and to Wld'slaves or not,
as she may elect.
111 1787, Virginia and Rentneic*,/t esserted the
right of eacir,savereign State or the Union to
withdraw from the same,' when/oer, in . her
judgment, the satety , I actor or welfare of such ,
ititat.4kininclod it., .Now, the State of Kentucky
with. Now England, is making war upon' Vtr
ginia for exercising this right—a right, too, ail
witted and edvocated by the vi tilde Democretic
party North, including Butler, Dix, Banks, and
others, now leading armies against Virginia
tor miiititainfng their once boasted doctrine of
lii 1778, Massachusetts andel) New Eng land,
sviiii New York. nthda grievous and , loud com
plaints ageiost Groat Britain for availing hersell
of Sher Indian allies in that war.' M . ,,w, these
. tame States are organizing regiments of negro
soldiers against the South, and using ail pocar.
14e means to , incite servile insurrections in Vie
ginia and elsewhere, because the South halt at
e-env! and is eeeking re maintain a principle •
tor which New England contended' in
These are a few of the glaringi contrasts fut.
sashed by the latest chapter in this Ilisthry oY
the Ropublie. tinder the managi.trient 4 the pa.
tent History-meker Mr. Lincoln. No wonder
the world is Burro ised.
GOO. SILY*OUIt A.Yp TnR
.PRIC3iDiNi.--411 • tiff
tnida't'ntt the exeitementin reference to,the riots
.Yorlt"- city last - July, 'arid • while the.
pester 'of .thceity 'was' disturbed by the saets of
the Viol ire, -tern oiliers of the
• engage', in slisensiing the matter at, the . Kirk
'wood Ilftsua.s.' Washington C:, Captain :J.
. apiplantEng „the course. ptirsu'ed
by Oovermor §eymoor inipritepring the breac h
• agile &ate, and alio approving; his
kfiwarding Neter YOrk troops promptly 'to.Penn•
et ivessia tti,the assietieee. olthe General Goy -7
.• sersurient;ind 'Captain denoun c ing Peiv• Fry.
Amour, a..a .. Copperhead; aecusing . hirti of disloy
' While the diseission.was going
• 4 1; Gee?terpoiu of Virginia, joined:the party,
sod after listening ale* minutes 'to the yet har
,animated /esker/04M .litor. the excited ./IrMY
• f'tfrio,c6;ieinarit!dgisit ha had juit left the Pcs ,
;aldose,- and laid •he approved . of
eisittee:Poveiner Illeyanthilf has purstied,'Gni
' ll -,"loVierP"! l ., l ii% aP'l44 es, of it, • Upon' t his.
..gtspedientathan ; th*mguitiesst riaticd.—/C
4 1* .ri ,
Arlio , VTrAo • -4, - tt.—Th e rowing fen'
tt , eit4'v. i in' ire
let_ ~.4 ,16p,.- e v i rity, mule* icv P . .
a. A, .‘ ' ..„.../., -. •,,,,,spu,sii" 'may paraush
. - tet t vOINOOL,•".'1, „,liii.oli e e• in• Ine Sena/. •
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. ~,,,,..,,, -•-e_ek.•-' *1,14 have been 41 4 1 3
',MAY il l tSS : i f- I r l9 -r 4 ' ' b i k e°
_bee n denbLe
heltiitekOP,•oo.• to , a*
'iek•tiltr;#2.44litickstlitt:eritidet, pr e p ulid ' • I .
~.•,,,,,iiifili,iotiise!'.,•#P" f '" e - * 4l
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1'4, 1 '• ::;" ;:',;.,• •-.Y, '—'''.•! ~ ,1 4.!, , e. -.,, • •
o . tiitocrtit.
laturdhir; . ritiresh 12,. 1864.
rot, ritt..tor:Nf;iikii6., - ;
.prese!it 'week hie
Virtu an - eliciting :War meeting!" .haiie
'bren'. : helll in the 'vernal : : ToWnahiP , i. of the
COUrty ler . the.purpi it Oi reitoinifunila to pay
an .1101001 . e/ in yOHni!oerll.: I.jhertitaWnahip
. l'hipiopei, in the plan which .hai been
eentlally' a.to;4eil ttronekrut theCourity . .--
The Elan is ibiat 'Each person liable to draft
11 1 . 1,9 0iber' twenty •five the bilance, al !
towing 'three:hundreddollar's:each for the nurw
:Men fhe.call,• to be
abrainell Township' hand.. Thin .
! nniint,'with the fitite:and National hoonties c .
lull balieCelf proeqre vPlunteei a (Or the;
entire, quota, thus.:avoidinc the, present drill.
Witt unfoitimatet hat onr people:had not acted
earliccin the Matter, and .beerl prepared',M .. pay
the local bounty to relinlisting men in the field,.
who have cOnargnence of our, apathy: beep
.credited .to other leialitlee, ...and in many in'
stances to. other Staten.' We eOn'Can.onty
coveroor boat ground by iirompt, act ion noW,.a.
the : time in which volunteers will be receiCed
is . ahort: We arc p l eased to,ice the peopicere
awake arWi :
4 nether t 411 !ill soon be issued. for from
200,000 to 300,000 men, sn4l u pon this the
draft will be oder :Wiser es mewled.
Tnt Sreerieli Fn•xa:—Thie unusne end gen•
estal.disease; of which .thousands here
suddenly died in PhilidOphis during the win
ter months,. ii beginning'. ( o make it. appear
!ince in the country.. • lerer.fl: have re•
.centlreccurredin Berks . , tiehuyikill:enunties;
also in ,Clari.ixeount . y. . The disease commit ,
ces With an eruption of the skin, mid . : sudden'
:Weekneiri 'IA the nerves,, end stiene.srnf. the
limbs.. if immedistte • medical aid lie not .0-
tained, deiith,ensiies in a tew hours. '
touNn bferf."--We would call the attention
•of. young men, who desire a thoroughprepars..
tinn lot the. active &glee of business life, to
the advantages, now .efforded them..at.. the
QuaelsalCilt DustsessCot,t,stie,' N.. E.. corne r
of Tenth and Chestnut S!'reets,.' Philadelphia
This instltution was , oprined -2(tivember •Rd..
11163,.end. in four nit/Atha' . lime
.has *allayed , a
soccnu unprecedented in theliistory of corn-.
rnercial Nearly two hundred and fifty
students haveentered since that'time, a"p
tonagewhich.spaaks for itself,ind• shows con.
clusilielY that the enterprise is appreciated, by
the "public. Tho' institution; hi in 'many of its
erasential,` features . different from *ordinary
1/Commercial Colleges," It is conducted upon,
a new . , system of actual 'business "'training, the
student being taught not tiy mere theo'rki but 1
through 'eregularrautine . . of bUsiness calculi
toil to make him at the. slime a• thermigh
priories - I accountant and fik'hiri) for any sphere
of usehiluess in the world of business. • •
. Those who tle , ign entering upon a' enitrse of
cornme ieial studies atryyrhere,•viiilyinit every—
thing at this.inst'itu•inn,"they cart possibly ask
for, end rnatiy adventeges not attai ' nabl ' e ,else-
of Kilpatrick's •raid:. I•These detached
eipeditiohis arereAlly„ prOdnetiiort of no sub-
sfitntiil benett to Our..caul:a. The 'hopes of
the lieople.are excited to great Opectations by
the eclat which attaches to hold' and daring ad.
rent:lies but when' Chi.) , rettiTni•ind the' pl4in
unvarnished' tale is'folil, , a . sente of•disappoint•
ment.ocercasts tha blight visipdii so fondly ' in;
dulged in at the start.
Gen. .Grant returned' from the front. tn.
'day, amid/marled almost immediately-lor Nash
!We, with idenary : powers to .ortanize the
armies of the West and south for victory . . •
. . ,
..'rhis rork ha will do'opon the .basis o r the
truly' milititry idea 'of a' Coneentrition 'of
forces. ,. . . .
PoMiriam!. have dispersed. our Auguries bilk:,
;rto.. Gtant. and "Grant's policy rather
thetb tiri:froni,:the i7esiern.botihda'ry of . Texas.
oplo'the..Minnesota 'make them
aireifichle fig sinaabing.bloivs this spring:
-The . giivcritment is fully. apigieetiot the great
efforex - diade by the rebels ro' reinforce their
artnibeln'the Setuthiveat with a view toe gi
gantie'en'Navor to 'drive u• back to Weet . Ten..
nestee. alit] Kentucky, and to reciref:their con.
neetinh Witiftcitiisiana and Texaa.. These will
. 4VLovit/Emsbusa Backed'Dever.= ne day
fast week, 4 prorninent Demoersdic.citizen and
a , LeYai . Eii g ue lawyer of this place, were
.discursing. national politics, when the Leaguer
..thit the course of . the • Democrat
tended to - dtscourage enlistrifents.• TO thin the
-Democret demtirrtd. and said that the Leaguer
Was a hypbcrite; and littered tb'tbst his sincer
ity byviltiriteefing if the other would. To
Jh'is'the Leaguer ass e nted, mud both repaired
tir the recruiting office of Col Logan and gave
their tonsentiu be stvorh into .the .United
Steen serviCe, The't hands and
theColbtrel commented itradie;g the oath,. and
hisd.proeeetfXA about hairwiy with it, wheN
fhe rolcijdaluand patriotic - Leaguer suddenly
Ivirlied : down his hand,* exelaiming "this is car
rying• the. joke imolt two tar!"—Carfinreiffe
e'ub'..di Tp., at: 13orolitth. Quota.
1141' S'hiotkpdrt Berbtg & 26
116:Carom . Ty., • • 11
116: Annin - " 11
117 • Liberty ;
122 Bridtord • * , 22
T 23 Corydoi. 3
12; *Lafayetta ' ' 3
125 Haiyilin . 1 ' *
136 Iliepiltrin and Wetmore 7
'lot.l fot f 6. Con~tj
ANOTILER FAGS nisranr
It is irometimes cnriou t, as Well al InStrue
tivetM reii)t,bae.k. .We find outside of dfineial
epert r piece of history evbieh is
'illUstestive otsnme pr the points in. it: When.
tlistmeitiorithle ?Oil or, Septiiptier, 1862, the
Rreshlentand;Gentral Halteck ociiight him at
his bowie and begged him-le sive the eitpital
and 'the nation, the - yailies) faction.Wito had ac.
complisligd, his:Overthrew and. disgrace a . .few
days Pcgtioue; Were . in the highest excitement.
The' indignatien they eXpressed was nfit
mesiured•brany';orfliosry teems of "enguage.
kvery cdrious cierurtisrance, which took place
thanday, may• serve _ to idlistrate tee" fear in
which the Ailministration stood ..theve-radi
cals.wholtsti surroundefkind Pessesseil : them.
The order restoring defiers' McClellan to the
'crimenalid.ed Or thelathy, and phieingthetare , 6l.
'the nation in his - hands, was made in Writing;'
probrilfly after the interview the"President '
with %Ili the .Repirf this order • does 'not
appi.,:ar. ii,given : i• • font-note in the NeW . •
editier( of Shelden Co: But, the . curl
n4ll filet I. this. ","The - order was.telegraphed to
the Nei, tork papers'on :the evening of the.2,fl
SepteMber, 1862. .We published it in the next
mornine,.'simultaneously with other. newspa•
pers.- it Was as' followst '
OFTUR A ItlieVi
411) . .1111.TA . 117 GENISRA;, I II. OFFICY,
W AsninaToN, S.pt. 2, 1862.
. . . .
'.;By iii,,etio, .f thi i:rosident, Major Getoral
McClellan will have .command of .the fortifica
tione or Wishinton, and'ol . all - Ihe troops ,fin
the'defence el the Capiial. . . '..
By order of the Seirretery . of War. s '
• . D. ToW!t•tfof.
•• • • Genera!
•But thin order seems to hive raised a( stirm
among the radicahrorhich neitherthe Preeittent
nor the Secretor* of War 'cared to Mpg. Can
bepwaible that this trinmenti when. the
rate of thicnition woe-tremblinit 'in the bal—
ance, such .a.caUsidertition 89 political capital
controlled the riovemento of the highest OS:
• it.verMitt seem se, for the order • Was. re-pnb•
lished an amended forth; :simpressing the
names of the Presigent.and Secretary 'of - War,
and se:lar relieving .theM from. any apparent,
connection with the restoration of McClellan to
the.commend. On the 3to of . Septemher
patch came from Wiehington, stating that the
garde: should real", tollows: • .
•.. VAR Der4nvennT,
ADJUTAIIr GENERA T,E OFFICE'.
Major Oeneral IVl'Clellon will' have command
of thefortincatiOns of S.Vashincfon,.and of ell
the troops for the defence of the Capital. By.
con; rand nf.• ' .• Maj. GPO. fIALLECK.
; 11...1...T0wr0zn0, General.': • .
r an .aorone assign a sensible reason (or this
change .44 a plain order; 'except the desire tei
inippresiOhepames of the President and Sec
retary of War' in .rcinnection . with it; for'''the
sake of pretervin: favor with the radials! anti•
mirs of McClellan 1 • .
:Why . was the t u l l e r 'critically couched in
such-Aubions 'EYerY one remem:
beta that it, was' not till ex pained by telegraph
that the people evec.iicilersti`od (hat Wdlellan
was in command Of. the whole .rthy of the Po.
tornse.•. It was unilcichtedly ii gel' ionsly.worded
to avoid. the storm; of radical inilignd tion which
was ariticipated.• : Instead of a. (reli t ''' . noble
order, expressingcliarlt , the ditties of.th FlGen
'oral On whom. the very ifestinv o lthe
wa+that day reposed, we ..have.this "
Plp'eseology sent forth to the nitio . yo dec,elee
them into the ideit that Mc'efellan. was only
()tarod in command' ol the 'forts,
,So 'the radi:.
cal papers declared f:the time. Ir wee only
General' Halleck's Order, placing M'Cleflati itt. l
thelortificatior,s. , --junt the work he was suited
But mark the asttundieg . truth•now first made
'Plain and public, though Our '.readers Will re.
',member that along ago interred: it•ftom
.other facts:- Under, that . order, • ingeniously
.ivordetl, 'ma under mrother order or . word .of
command from President r stecretary of war,.or
General Hallerk, hearing no authority blather
which' this tricked up form At words doubtfully
Vivi him, GeneralM'Cl•4lan led the armY.into
Ataryland end gained the vieterieir .of South
Mountain and Antietam. Ffalleck, i will be
horne.in, miti;!., expressly tells M'Clellan, in his
dispatch . of October 26, 1,96 . 3 r‘Since you lef t
.Washingion ' • . have given •you nci• or,
dere. Neither had anyrone else;tip to the close
of Antietam," The simple truth Was that M'-
Clellan, the only. man in Washington fit for the
occasion, .as the inactien of every. one else
ahundantly Confesses, having been. charged
with the defence ol the. Capital, mounted his
horse When . he thought the time' a roper one,
and' went into' the field to vretory and the sal-.
cation oft he Capital end of the. nation. Preri:
Sec . retary ot War, flalleck; . were
paralyzed solar as anything,. they said or did'
remains . to indicate: They looked idly -on
While..McClellan saved them and the connrry.
'Hallet( indeed sent grumbling • thunder after
him over the wires. : Thus on 'the' 6th Sept.
Hallerk - telegraphs:, . . •
"Until we have better' advices about the
numbers Of the 'enemy at Drainsville r 1 think '
we' must be yery'continua about stripping too
much the forts on the Virginia oide."..
Again. on the, 13th he growls: "You 'are,
wrong in ;hue uricevei beg the capital." Again
on the* 14th: ' , Scouts report. a large. force
still on the Virginia
. side of the Potomac . It
so 1 fear you areexposing your left and rear."
Again on the 131 h, at 12:03 p. m., Hallielt tele:
graphs: . '“lthink you will find.that the whole
force of the enemy in your. front has, crossed
the river. I fear now more than ever thot they
wi'4 re-cross, at liorperis :Ferry or. .below err,:
turn yottr left, thus cutting you ofi.from Wash
, , .
One can imagine the smile of 'McClellan,ashe
read that . last dispatch
,anaid the thunders of
the'canncin on the evening. of the 10th—dhe
evening before Antietam. And . Halleck after
these' daily . fits, of tremor. and nervousness
about M'Clellan's uncovering the capital, alter
dispitclisM. dispatch,. begging M'Clellan , not
to get so far, off from the capitol and leave
them to the invasion ot the rebels; after 'dis—
couraging every step of M'Clellan's.advance in
Maryland up to the-hour of the victory of An
tietam, this. same General 'Halleck complains
Of Vie slow advance of
. Mtlellan. in Maryland.
.- 7 talko obout the astonishing fact that' he
tnarihal.Nrly a tew trulest daY?—titld 41 vtiii*
Sin 'official report, assuming the. credit of, the
rampaian,aayinx.thar wee iiirsetotei
to pursue Wm" (the. enerny)'into . ,plaryland,
after Pope's defeat. A- year ago. we exposed
the untruthfulness' of this assumption.' Now
it is . proved untrue, , No vouch direction , was
given, butthe whole Maryland campaign nand,
out as the..wotk of M'Clellan untrammeled only.
because: the '.people 'in Washington ':were so
thoroughly frightened . that tor ,ona they; SwF.-
mitted.a.militery rnan• to conduct a campaign
on his own flan.
But what is to . be said of the treatment thole
same men gave MiClellan white he hadaetisied
them,fromlheir fright: en l: 'hived !bay capital
aniPhe • , •
History doubtless - •fintl . the truth 'bona
these matters. M y Clellin.will. be honorlitt'by
,neners ions of A mericini.- • Silrnt
whep.ill•trested, swift whet; ooled . l o ,seree his
country, firm. faithful;', true es. steel' .trOst
wort hy yi, is to:,ilay .nearei. then 'any
uther man to. him who.-vreos first: in• war, first
in price, and; first inthe..hearte 'of his' c (wary
men, Weshinctoitior aglorious rfiernoiyAc—
Cllelan for tyltiinicleatlett
Tflg•ritE,V. STATE Govitt:roa:bv. Louisiana, •
Hon. Michael Hahn, .recently elected 'Gov
ernor of Louisiana by the radical ,Free State
perty, 'appears to'.ba stmari who ca.ties his
principa 4..1;01 he have any) - very. loosely about
him. . Before the election, which took' ce on
-the 2:2nd ot •Febrbary,.. he' addreised ,a 44 Free,
State" Meeting at Baton •Boitte.. the.coorie
cri , :vhich address he-decla,red; 41 have done my'
best to restore onc. State to the Union,' and , do
not care from 'whom, the..best.. plan comes '
Whither from. Lincoln, Banks, Ditrant or . Ran
tiers. I accept' the nomination - of t heTree State .
ticket. lee GoVernor; and; il.electrid; their ,11sall
sittot k a.dave left within t4i Siate.7 . • .•
,tWo years heforeohia same Michael.
ilhan . maksa flaming. speech to *.a rebel -
tpent, Abut marching to,the 661, roi - the °eps
ilon of ! slag ofTwasentatien, which he said:
" B rave eons of freedom, aecept this:glorious
flag! 'Bear ii proudly as the tritiletivoc South'.
ern Liberty afd Sonthern Inetitutione? . ' Plant
. in.the: face of the cesuardly, dbolitiOn i .Y4l4oll
vandelel Strike • dvwo and erneh -the :Yankee
thieve' when they asaa . il it,,. RensemAer
famous 'nigker.thievee,. and lectkr our ,soi/ with
theA polluted blcod,'i &e.' • • . .
• . equuti the newt? fledged•rehel Aboltion ora
tor, according to lijvcontession, helped to'..do",
only one Whining Yankee," brit this neophyite,-
Hahn, Gaiernor of the "Free State".. of Laois.
liana,. Only t yenta ago recommended tne•att•
nihilation ol the whole -ba'ch. . •
tate Bt,oca tor 186, - y. 7 —The. .New Yerk
bllne; Sept: 22,•1855, held thofollowing opinion
of free , blaeks: • • ' .
"Five-tenths of the free blacks have' no idea
Of set ting. t hemselves io work except he
hi relines ofservijots of . Whitt* men; no idea
of building a churCh or other serious enterpris
e', except through begg•ry.of the whites. As
a class, the.blacki are iodolent, improvident,
servile, and licentious, and Gerritt Srnith':in a
letter to Governor Hurit; complained:that the
otosi of their preferred to rot both physically.
and Morally in titles, rather than become farm.
era'or mechanics in the country.' ' t ' •' •
Every word , of vvhich is as true tri.daY suit
was in tt!gis, twit the present policy. of Mr.
Greeley beineto convert tour millions of slaves
into the worthies ciassol_frea negroes, it don't
suit him tosay
: .tremerst in-Oho, • . •
The•radica) Germans oi Ohio, •Nt elsni tier
appear to be all Int-Fremont first,' and, *against-
Lincoln under all •rircumstances. ,At a•ment.
in, of the German National Cleb of Cincinnati,
on the 21 instant, the following reseitifinns
were unantrnousl passed: • • ' '
That we will support Only the.nominettion of
a tiled and out spokeitand,progressive Man.
The Min of our Choice would be in fhe first
line Generat 1. C. Ffe111011T; let he, proved at
the very beginning of the war; by bier oracle'
(nations, that he Ontlerstandsthearwrif of the"
times, and because, being. a. man' of egcellent
I .educatiol, he appreciatee stri•ere he gods
it, without regard to •nationality'.. Yet we are
willing to.join-ourwotee with those which have
the pin abtity in all societies' and may be east
amenfir whose past. life..corrcsponds' to the
H i" eiples of our . plstform. , • • "••
B in be it resolved, Thar we wilt not tstpport
At e dh a i n 140i.c./ . /1 vindir . an* I.6;iditiort.. wligt•
eer, he .•hat.lll.!..esenominated any party
for a=aecond •
• :si r , insist .Wlibdraiwa• •
• Mr. Secretary ::base, in a letter addressed
to Hon. Jaines C. Roll, ot'Ohio, dated Wash..
ington.,•slll March, • witbdraws big •name. as a
candidate lorfhe Fiiiiidenc•y; 13,n Mair's at
tack upon him in , the of Representatives.
in. which he charged h 'dishonesty. and
mi.menageroent, is . sirponsed 'to have : induced
• the Secretary to . derlinelf, • honor of • 'cent ret
with Mr: Lincoln: 14 was supposed Blair .poke
for the Preiddent; atio Mr. Chase probably with.
drew to avoid an investigation wr!...ich• he , knew
Congress would oi.der•if• the President 'desired
it. Fremont now haa'vhe field pretty much to
himself, and,.borne 'upon the backs of '400,000
Gorman eadirals and a rr.rnany Yankies . ',or the
Phillips,.Beecher end Greeley type, 'he May
live Uncle Abraham- more trouble than he
'anticipates. • •
E;butok'e: . Sale.
The undersigned 'Executor of the-Estate of
JeTet Taylor, deceased late of 'Keating Town
ship McKean County Fennsylvania.,, will sell .
,vendure.,- GI the highest bidder, aH the per—
sonal property of said decedent, consirtine in
part of Hou.ehold,Furniture,'Farming utensils,
Wagons,• Sleighs, Herne./ Grain Arc., on The
premises'on Wednesday the 30th day of March;
.intt., mitten o'clock: A. M.
. A. N. TAYLOR, gxecutor.
Streihrort, March. 14th,
Whereas letters •ol .admihistration...to. the
. 01 Dgatcti.Veoatras, 'late of Keating
township, deceased, have been grouted to the
undersigned; all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to Make immediate Pay,
those having claimi Or Amends
aganist the Estate et said Derick Voorhes,
will make k....0wn the same without Delay to.
. . AUGUSTUS DAY,
• • • • • /Melia:naives,
Partners Valley Dec, 21 1863. •
• COURT PROCLAMATION. •
WVHEREAS the. Hon. Robert G. 'White
President Judge, and the Hons. J. Dar
ling and N. Peabody Associate Judges of the
Courts of Oyer & Terminer and General Jail
• Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace; Or
phans' Court and Cciurt of Common Pleas . for
the County of M'Kean have issued their precept
bearing date Friday, the twenty-sevenh day of
February, in the year of our .Ltird one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-four; and to me
directed, .for boiling a Court Of Oyer and
Terminer and General 'Delivery l Quasjir
.Sessions of the P,e i irce, 'Orphans' Court, and
Court of Common Pleas, is the Borough of
Saiethport, on- Monday, the 27th day . of June
next, and,to continue one week: ' •
Notice is therefore herebygiven to the Coro
ners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county; that they , be , then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their rolls, records, inquisitions,
examinations, and other remembrincer; to do
those things whic b' their offices appertain to'be
done. And those who hie bound by - their'rec
•tilPlilatlces to prosecute the prisoners that are or
bitheWha in the jail of sold count/ of ref*,
'rife be then an there to proaerara against
them.. will be. ,
". Baited at Smethport, this .sth, day of Mardi,
Is6l, and the 87th year , of the Irdepend
ence of the:United States of nierica. . • '
A. N. LILLIBRIDGE, Si riff
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
.• This greil line traverses the Northern and
Northwestcomities orPerinaYlvania to the city.
of Erie,cin Lake P.:l4i. • • • •
It haa• been ' , leased by the PirmSYLVANI4 R.
R.. Courser, and untlo r their •iMspices is being
rapidly - opined throua,hout its entire length.
' , lt is now in. OSP for Passenger.. and Freight
bnsiness from . Rinnistitrao to. Estrottivar,
[19.5 • miles] •.on • tiie I , ,aistern • Divis• .
ion, andIiom.SHEITIELD 10 Er in, (18 yon
the Westnrn Division.
TIME OF PASSENGER ,TRAINS AT imronat.na• •
• Leave Eastward: . -
Express'train leaves 3.40 P.. 14
": arrives, 2.15 P.-31
TIME OF rassErtornTnAlNS /12.91 i
- • Arrives Eastward: ••.
Accomod'ation train, • 6:40 P. M.
; " P, M.
..Cars: run thintigh• vrirucuri C . 11;(71 . Gk • both
y4 . nn . t hese trains between 'Philadelphia 'and
Lock Haven, and ,between Baltimore:lnd Lock
.. • •
.-Er.ensery ..SLEErinn cars . on. Express trains
.both ways,lietween Williorrieport,.andßalt I.
more'and Williamsport and.Philatlelphia.
'For information . .,respecting "Paysenger
.ness apply at the. E.-Corner I.lth and Mar
ket Sts. . • .
for Freight business of: the Company's
Kine.ston, Jr., eisr. - 13th and Market
Sts., ,• , • •
J. W. Reynolds; Erie. • . • • .
•1,;114. Drill c Agent ,N. C. R. R., 141th:fere.
• i/en'l Freight-A,', Phil's'.
: . LICIiI3I...IIOUFT, •
• ' ' q'en't "bro.
Joe.. D;POrrs, ,
. . Manager, Trilliewmport;
IM PORTA .
FeMethk PILLS have neVar , remov:- .
ing difficulties arising from Ob'strnetinn,.or stop.
page . of nature, or in restoring ..the system to'
perfect. health when suffering fromSpinal:Atifee•
Prolapsos, Uteri;' the . Whife., or other ,
:weakness of theOterine Organs. • he Pills are
perfectly harmless on"the constituti'on, : rie may
he taken by the. most defitste fernale without
causing diet ress- . -the same.tbrae they act•like a
*charm be. strengtherriirg; invigorating • and re:
string the 'gators try al healthy: conditiOn,.and
by bringing on , the - Mblithly period With revs•
far ity, 'no matterfrOm' hat eatiSe the the .isb
strnction miry arise. 11114 . howes.er,
NOT betaken - cluting. fhh, fait t'hr'ee or • freer
month, of pregnancy, , though safe.st sty other
time; as miscarriage wont!) be the fesult.
Each bog contains 60 1 Pit.ls. •.Price $1;
pri.:HARVF.Y'S. TifitkilST on ()weaver of
Fettleles, PreenaneY, Mi4carrisee, Barrenness,
Sterility, Reproduetion,,and gtnises . ,of.flature,
anal emphatically the Podies' Vrivate Iffedical
Adviser, I pamphlet of 6 . inagee; sent free to
any adderes;. Six tents: rei)isired to pay' post—
TOr MIN and &WVVfill,be sent h 7 wen When
desired, sennrele sealed, and pe'epaid, by • •
1.1314 Y D ) .•; eh•neral hwrnt.
•No. 76 Cedar street,l4.‘v trait. .
. fr7"Moi4f by Dili's: - principal . drotiviists.
$ . .T.:0 NI A'C.l4
A Pure and riwerful Tank, corrective arid •I•
ternative of vronderftil etfieary in disease of 111;e
STOMACH, LIVER. AND BOWELS.
. . . .
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Coinptaint, Headache,'
General Debility, Nervonsnes, Depression of
..Spi A its, Constipation, Colic; Intermittent
evers,Craerms and Spasms, and afl Com
, ph:ints of etthetSei,atiajng from Both
ity,Weaknesi whether inherent in'
thevatem Or produced hyspet.lal •
.Fothing that is not wholesome, genial and re.
ora.tive in its , :nature antere.into the Coinposi.
lion of HOSTETTEA'S StOMACH BITTP.RS.
This popular preparation onntains .no Mineral
of any kind, no.. deadly botanical element; no'
fiery exeitant: but it is a combination ot:..th,e
extracts' of fare balsamic herbs and Manta with
the purest and Mildest. 'of 'All, diffusive'.stiniu-
It is •well to be forearmerl.against • disease,
and, so far as tbe human system . canbe protect
ed by huinan means against Maladies engender
ed-by an unweolesome atmosphere, impure wa
ter ind.i•ther external causes, HOSTET'FER'S
BITTERS may' be relied on ai a safeguard.
In districts infested with• Fever and Ague, it
hal been found infallible as a. preventive and
irresistible as a remedy and thousands , who re—
sort to it , under apprehension or an" attack es
cape the saourge; and thousands who neglect
to avail themeelvee of its protectiv.e qUalities
in advance, are ctired by a very brie( course of
thir marvelous medicine.. Fever and Aria pa
tients, after being. plied :with 'quinine . ler
months, in vain, until ifairly saturated with
that dangerous alkaloid, ere not lunfrequenkly
restored to health' within a• few days by the 'use .
of HOSTETTER'S BITTF.RS. ' „ "
The weak stomach r apidly . invigorated and
the appetite restorod by. this
and henceit works wonders in cases of Diaper).
sia and. inlet.: confirmed forms of Indigestion.
Acting as a gentle and painles apperient, as
wcil As upon the liver, it alto invariably :
lioves . the COnstipstaiion simerinduced . . by
regular actiOn'of the digeitive and secretive or-
Persons of feehle hsbit, liable to NeruoUs At
tacks,Lorness of Spirits and Fiji ofLanguor;
fintdprompt and permtsnent relief from Bitters.
The . testimony on this point is most conclusive,
■nd from both sexes.
The agony of Billions eidic is immediately
assuaged, by a single , elbse-of the stimulent, and
by'oeesiiionally , resorting to it, the return ol.the
complaint may - he prevented.
Asa Ginerei Tank, HOST.ETTER'S, BIT
TESS-produce effects which most bec'experi.
eared •r witnessed before they can be fuIIYSP.
. • • 2 • • •
predated., :lei canes of Constitutional Wea!tepe,
Prisinatere PecaY and Debility: and: Dr' iepti 7
toile. dining: from Old;ac, it cieicidssr-ttie
deitiiejinfluence: 'lnthe convalescent ' , stig . ets:
of la dioneles'it Operatde its e delightful
Whetithe power's offnattifie . nre ; idexed, it „
'nn°Pet°lo°. to reinforce end re.estailiiie them.
',:last . bot Pitt least,'lt is The
jan i , hcinu mennfaci tired trod' Oply, Safe
sound and , inn°•
cutouts itterials,pnit 'entirely free frorn theitetit
.rletnents presentkore or less in all the ordille.
ry tonics' ant fo?lfaChics of. the day.
No'farniii medicine has beetilo universally,
,nay' tie ttnly adddd; diservedly popular
with the iiitelli'dent portion Of the community,
as fibSTETTF.II , 'S'BITTIMS;
Prepkiett fIOTETTER tr. SMITH, Pitts.
sob) by all Druggists, Gtocers mina Stiorekerp:
e're . every:The; e. : •
• .BILL'S stEclFlClslLLS.L—Wsiistaisvm.r:i
'Air; Can be eL.lied On!. Never fail. to
cure! • Do not
.nau.seatel . Are speedyinoctionf
ctiange of diet required! •Po not interfere
with butiness pursuits! „Cisit be. used.' withorrt
detection! Upward' 0f.200 cores in past month
--one of 'them Very severe' Over one
'hurclJed phYsicians have nsed them in their
erimposition,which. is entirely, vegetable, and•
harmless on thelystetn.. - eertru,”
cates.ean be shotvn.
BSLL's SsEcric Pru s are . the originan and
only genuine Specific.. Pill: They. are -adapted
for male' and'lemale, old or yocing,: , and . the
oulv•seliable remedy for effecting a permanent.
and speedy. cure. in nll cases of Sperrpatorrhen4
Weakness. with all its train Of evitu;.
.1116 h us . Urethral 'and:Vaginal kichart, , ,es,Glee
the Whites t Nigntly•or Insolontely Emisaiena..
,Incoutinenee...Genital Deb ility and Irritability,
Impotence, Weakness or Loss of Ponies, rfer-L
\tone &e.; all of which arise prirs:
'cipally horn Sexual; Ezeisscs.or Self *ascii:iv- .
some constitutional ileraneeneeot,'end inea . l 4 C' .
itie's the sulkier from fulfilling the duties of
(harried life. )n all - Sexual'diseases,
rhea, .Clcrt, and Stricttires, and,• in Disesteem of
the Bladder and Kidne'ys, they act as a eharnit .
Relief is experienced by tsking ft single.liox..
'Sold by all principal droggists. Price El..
They will be sent, by. mail, se/rarely. sealed;
and' confidentially, en receipt of, money, by.
. • . ERYAN,qII% ? ) .7 • r
16 Cecar street, Nese ,Tork.
Consulting Physician for the treatment of Seer;
Drioary,.Seauel and Nervous Diceases,,
'who will sem]; tree to the font:mein !al.
oable wo4, io sealed enaetope:
THE. FIFTIE/ii THOVSAND-DR• RELL'S.
TREATISI ou Self•Abose, Premature Decay,
Impotence . °oil lose of l'ower,'Sexual; diaeaieal
Seminal Weaktiess;*Fi,shtly Emiesions; Genita
Debility, Itc., ice., a - pamphlet of 64 pages!'
'containint importrot advice to the afflicted
and which ahotild be reed by every sufferer; as
the Mean!! attire in the severest stages is
Set forth. Two •stamps 'required to pay poet-
I.E.Corner' of Tenth •nd Chestnut Streeti
' • PHILADELPHIA. •
• VIDER TvrilrmaAGEmemr OP
L. FAIRBA:NKS .d. III; •
for the last lour years Principal aiml ciii'ef.hust
ni.si manager oc gatikisT . Rc .STRATTON'S Corn
rftekcial'Collegr. • •
A NOBEL. BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Comforted on a new e yiitem of .Act , '
Trafinire,;• through-the' e'etahijshrnent iegii
T'e Offleei and COlitifine•Monies, repleeeot,inie
difterent. depart Tents of Tiaqe and Comme rce,
BankiOf Pepoeite o•l6see
ing the atiiilent ail" the. ailyentagea • of fic.fmaf
prai•tiee; . end qnaiifying, biro :in the
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the various (twice and emidoyrnents..olTolineer
The Courie'nt iqat rort ions the 7 1 .heningicall
.I)Ppa rt rnent ein . b,ra Bonk , keepiOr t Cornrowv.
cial Calc'ulations, Le!ctuires on Businela Affairs,
Pennmannhir, C'orsTercial -Law, Porrps,'. C,or—
respondence, Scc. .
the student enters' upon. the Graduating:Course,
'which lite:Wee a•cordinuation of the above ate'
dies, with' their practical application in all then
details; He will in turn fill the position of:A. ,
conntant and'Pioprietor,in the various Depart..
melds of Wltolerate nnel Retail Trde, Forward
„T o bb in ,,y and. Coffimi,rejonTherinere, Bantt,;.;
Mann Petteriny, SteamSoo,ll . 4 (I.e, an t,
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prev,ious knowledge will be put. to the.,
twacticallest, •• ' •
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pus advantages not possessed &Tony Othereots•
mereial college in' the State: It'is complete i
Ali its apprdntments.. It is the only Instittiti,
In the Stale conducted on actual businese prin •
riples: The courve of instruction is unsurpas•.
eel, and may be completed in abo.urone half tl,
time usually spent in other colt
Alequende of an entirely new arrangement,.rh.l .
the adoption of the new. .practical aystems
Diplomas awarded upon the completion of tt,...
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