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WetPaesday. Nov. 27,186 i
11. W. McALARNEY, Enzroa.-
stlome , of the Democratic papers are
taking-a sure means of disgusting all Re- ,
pabliews with any future attempts to
form "Union tickets" in this State. The,
Philadelphia North Anzei•icau publishes
and comments upon a calculation that is
"going the rounds" of the Democratic
press, in which a fain of 44,000 for the
Democratio party 'at the late election 'is
claimed in the counties of Allegany, Bed
ford,' Berke, 'Clarion ! Cumberland, Fay
ette,' Greene, La'nsaw, Ithiladelphia,
Somerset, Wayne find York. Itthe
suspicion and indication that this dirty
game of deception was to be played (as
has bien custoinnry) after the election
which induCed - many of the Republicans
to alattion their Prat desire to elect the!
"Union" nominee , and the Continuation i
of their suspicions will pravent any num.
- of them from eing induced ' again tul
such a display of ID gnaniiiiity in counties I
where i t ßepublica Lomivation is almost 1
equiialent to an el t :ction. And as tuizlit
have been expected from the course the
Republicans genernllypursued we are note;
in a minority in the Rouse of Represeu- 1
ittitres--last year,l being largely in the i
Inujonty. • —Well} -Republicans—those 1
who were so anxious that Democratic'
Union men should have
_offices—do you I
see how your heneSty and your desire to
- make the election a unanim4us endorse.
.".Thment of the Government is considered by
the men to 'whom 'you have all too gen
erously extended the hand of brother and
helped out of the Mire of political defeat i
We •never thought a Democrat need
sit cissarily 'be a secessionist and' traitor
because John C. BreCkiuridge and the'
rest of the vile crew who manage South
ern politics were; vet,we thought it would
be as RepubliCans find it ; of course the
exforience of three-score and ten was nod
enre, but judging the future by what wej
bad react of the past, we presumed 'upon
stating what we thought must inevitably
- follow, and follow it did, with even less
,generosity and more virulence than we
had expected. We do not believe any
man van bo made truly loyal by bribes
either of position or treasure; and we do
so t. believe that it was necessary to bribe
Democrats to be loyal—we are certain it .
was not in this county. Therefore, we
.• could not see the need of this union. • Of
course, a united voice on. all State mat
. sma is just now-desired in the North, and
• was then; but how the giving of office to
out political opponents was to do it, we
eauld not see 'then, nor do we yet see it.
We are certain of seeing this much, that
this movement and the course tae Ded u i•
eatio press have taken since the Election
has; served to disgost the. 13epublicans
merit than ever with all pretended Union
'tickets. We hear some of our friends in
this county think they were fooled 11." e
don't wonder. - But, it was none of ou't
• choosing that they were "fooled," we did
all we could to cunvinCe them of their
mistake before the Election, and we are
only glad that they have at last made the
discovery for themselves. Let them re
,member this when another• sciseme of a
- like kind is started. But, "ciperienee is
a good teacher." • ,
Ict HOUSES.—We cannot see a good
7eSlOll why such a useful commodity aN
iee is.not kept more generally among oar
friends in the country than it is. Tile
greatest trouble no doubt is in the fact
that many of the ice-houses built du not
'keep ice. The 'editor of the itnierieau
Agriculturist. says, " Muses fur the keen-
Ing of ice can be built, and where the lux
-toy of lee in suunner is once enjoyed. it
will not be.readilygiven up. If no bet-
ter structure can be (reefed, an ice room
in one corner of the wood house, or any
.abed whore room can be spared. The
iaortb.east corner is best. Seta row of
- upright posts one foot from the ioncr
sides of a'building, and two rows of posts
:a foot apart, for the other two sides of the
.room ; make the enclosure say eight or
tea feet square.' Cover these with rougli
'boards or slabs, and fill the space between
- .with spent tan bark. Lay down a loose
cos, and cover a foot deep with straw.
When ice ie formed, select that which is
pure, clear, and hard, cut it into pieces
of ctuivenient size, and pack it closely in
the room. Leave six inches space be
tween the ice and the side of the room,
and fill this with saw-dust. Also cover
with saw-dust a foot thick, and fill up to
she roof with straw. Packed in this way,
ice enough to supply a family of average
site haisbeen kept safely, the Felisoll thro.'
sumps = OF WAR w o w:
The grata review
which took pt: en on Wetingsday of last
Meek, was witt:tessed by .Itout 20,000 to'
3 , 0,000 spectators. The 'on m
her of the soldiers under. arms Wits be
tween 60,000 and 70,000, all well 'quip
ped, thoroughly disciplined, rigotous
health and excellent spirits.
From Aceoinse County, Eastern Yin.
ginis, we .her that 3,000 Rebels who
had been in ciunn near Drutumotalstown
Two regint huts of Geornia.andSofith
Carolina troop who had been intreticiicd
at Roanoke I+trid, at the mouth of Al
boznarle Sound 40 miles nortli oft Cape
Hatteras, liavit abandoned their
and destroyedl their works, •
A CO,nvent on of Delegates represent
ing forty•Re ounties,of North Carolina,
has declared - Provisional Government,
and has entirely repudiated the secession
act of .the State reaffirming her loyalty
and devotion ko the Constitution of the
' United States!
wand of the
r has surrendered thecoin-
Western Departuteat to
according: to the oesv
Depariteerits_ publishedo a
fen• days sine
pion to the I
has issued hid proidama
tebel Congress. flc.: says
the Federal t
cops have as yet done 'not h
avy Las not dune very much.
have forgotten that Port
ttcras belongs to kis court-
inn and the
Ile 'appetc-6 t
Royal and 11
try. The Message is very, littleiroore
than a string of falsehood andinistepre
sentations, b • ntich he hopes tó 'delude
the people f
. thn South and Foreign
, It is state., on what appears to be good
authority, that the rebels have at Manas
sas several thoroughly artued and equip
' ped corripanles of n t egroes, and that
throughout the South • they are pressed
into the serVice Of the rebellion in great
numbers. l l .
1 - The ,Ric
i mond papers acknowledge
that the small-pox, typhoid:fever, and
black nieasli are making frightful'havcc
'among the liebel troop's in Kentuelry.i .
At the arnual civic banquet given 10
the Lord Myor of London, our 3..liniSte'r.
Mr. Adams responded to the toast in
honor;Trtii foreign Ministers. llis re
mark's .were characterized by cordiality
and gobd fe ling toward En r i , land. He
Idid not tuu h the grat subjekt of the re-
I hellion, - W i t, merely made ,ti pleasant
I speech, calculated to smooth the ruffled
Ifeelings of Englishmen who read and be
-1 sieve the leilders in the London Times.
It must be regarded as a judicious and
unexeeptini able after-dinnerafffiir; where
' in topics ofl difficulty or too deep gravity
i were skillfully avoided. The English
I,,papers speak highly of it.
—The news of the past week are gen
erally unimportant, abOundit:g in all kinds
lof euntradibtory rumors, and 'we do not
deem it belt:to give anything bu t t what
has some show of reliability. ' '
Ile.„Con r Lnef.s meets on 310ni14. The
Piesidentsl3lessage is anxiously, looked
tot by all. 1 •
Stel — Tha
itiltplzivin ,, Services will be held
at 11 o clock, in the PreAyte•
11. Sennett' by the 11. v. 11 11.
Tian - Churc:
LY 31 AN
WrscosiN..— The election returns
from iVise l onsin are finally received show•
ino• the elktion of L. I'. Harvey, the Re.
po r hhean ca ndidate fur Governor, and the
whole Re l oublican ticket by majorities
ranginn. frion 5,000 to 7.000 Tho vote
was 60,600 less than last year, else our
majority 'Would have been equal to the
vote of th t year. •
B^ tva .
ered by t
The (Aunt ,
a night al
of Havana we: learn that on
nss. 1.500 Reb.l. were d6euv.
to Uniwt .patrol Aunt twenty
the fort int•S .nta
ander uf tile, fleet was at once
this, arid he directly shelled
N uff, with much !uSs. It is
lc object of this moveMent was
ack on Cul. Wilson'scathn.
ar Department is aboUt issuing
addressed to the Governors of
states requesting them to with
.ts for'the purchase of arms.—
o for this is, the Government
arrangements for such supplies
be needed, from time to time,
Gwiu. Benham, and Brent, of
by order i
were re•arreated at New York,
if the Secreiary of State, and
• to Fort Lafayette, whence, it
hey were to be taken to Fort
is said, r.
privateer selooner Neva, frau China, has
been seized hereby Captain Pease, of rev.
enue cutter Mary. • .
It is r.ruored that Senator Bright, of
Indiana, las joinedflte _Confederates, and
is a Brig: dier General.
. . Tb following forms of petitions
we take from the Miner's J 0431161, pUb.
1i; `.e3Poitsville 7 Pa. and it issuggeit
ed thatiither this or one prepare'd in, this
minuty hould Ile immediately circulated
The year oljtibitee is again dawning . t,
PROELAIII LIBERTY •
Ttcr baghnat -the I.aral as , a Military Necessity.
To 14. RonorOle Inc Senate and House of Rcp
menu:Ureairi;Congeees Aiscrabled : .
We, the Undersigned, citizens- of Pot•
ter County mid 'State Of I'etins4ania.
respectfully submit : That as the pres
ent formidable rebellion arainst the"GeM.
oral Doveratuent'manifestly,lindS its -*int
and flo-trishutent it: the systtpin of chat
telsiavery at the South ; as the leading
conspirators ale slarchoide.rs, who consti
lute lan oligarchy'avowedly hostile to ail
freel institutions; and. as, in the nature
of things, no- tmlid peace can be maintain.
ed While the Cause of .this•treasonable to
volt iis permitted to exist ; your honor.,
ble body-is =urgently implored to lose ;no
time tit enacting, under, the war prityer.
the total : abolition of slavery throughout
the !cotutry—rliberating unconditionally
the Slaves of all who are rebels; antral
lowing fur theetnancipated slaves of such
as.afe loyal to.the government a fair pe
cuniary award ; appropriating , the proceeds
of the sales of the pubLe .innds for sitid
purpose, ps a :conciliatory - Measure, and to
fircititate an amicable adjustnteut of dilli•
It . ulties; and thus to intng the-war to a
speedy. and beneficent tertnittatioJ, and
indissolubly to unite all sections, and all
interests of OK, clitottry upon the endur
ing basis of Universal Freedom.
PETITION FOR TUE WOMEN.
We, the-women of Pennsylvania, the
mother's, wives, sisters, and daughters of
those who go forth in their country's de
fence believing that the abolition of sia
veil/ would be; the means of bringing this
grevious war to a speedy and honorable
closn, do, - byMir love for our country, and
for lhose whOlgo forth to fight 'its baffles ;
as *ell as by bur love of liberty for *lair
selv!,es and for all, earnestly entreat Your.
houbrabie bcidy to enact a law proclaim
inithe freedom of the slaves, providing
compensation, for those who to
Union men. And we_will ever pray,;&c:
SICKNESS AND MORTALITY IN THE
FRENCH ARMY IN THE CRIMEAN WAtt
—Dr. G. Serive, Surgeon General of, the
French army in. the Crimea, in his final
report; said that tke Crimean war-lasted,
without any intermission, summer and
winter, for . twenty.tOur months. The to.
tal tiuttiber of Fr'anch troops. sent to the
EaSt at different timesyamounted 10309,-
268 men, of whom 200.000 entered: the
ambulances ttr.id hospitals to receive Med
ical aid-50;000 for wounds, and 150;000
for,diseases of various •kinds. The total
mortality was •60,229, or 221, oer cent.;
of these 16 3 320 died of wounds, and tiear
ly 53,000 from diseases—more than three
times as many by diseases; s from wounds:
Off ordinary wounds, 2,185 ; gunshot
wonnds, 22.891; ;rust bitten, 3.472;
fever, 3,840 ; eholeta, 3.1014 scurvy,
17:576 ; feverish, 63,124; vehereal, 241
itch, The mortality from J curvy
was fearful ; also from frostbites.
'General William IL . Reim, Surveyor
General of this State, wil!, it is said, re•
sign his office in order to accent a Mili
tary position, Ile served as a Brigadier.
General of Pennsylvania Volunteers,
:the three months' campaign and is a Ma le
and experienced soldier. The State viii
loite a valuable civil ',dicer by his rusig.
nation. The Governor will have to ap
!Mint his successor, ta'hol.l the office um.
til.the next gen2ral election.
Sena' or Si nnions of Rhode Island has
purchased. a sehoorer, ai:d ptupuses to
nrakc a vo)a ,, e to the new port on the
Southern Coast w:th a cargo . of dr:sin:We
articles which lie intends to thsposu of
to the loyal men of that vicinity, return.
itig t with a load of cotton. If this is suc
cessful other voyages similar, will be un
d'ertakeo.7—.N: Y. Tribune.
13osTns, Nov. 14.—Ott the person of
Junks Brown, Who was'arrted here as
a4raitor, was found a Ititter front
L. Yancy, in Enitln»ti,lto his son in
lainua, in which he spealis disconrai l iogly i
of the prOsPects of a recognition of time
rebels by .he European powers.
_Es-Senator G win Calhoun Bun.
hato of Califutnia, and Capt Brant, fur.
taerly of the *tole Net vice. were ar
rOsperl by Gen. Suniner, on their way front
CaliThrnia. upoo.:itispieion of being about
to go to Europe in behalf of the. rebels.
They 'hare been sent to Fort Morgan,
Bo tun. ` •
Benjamin Stark has been appOintEd
fiew Oregon to fill the vacancy' in the
Senate occasioned by .the 'death of Col,
Baker. Stark is a "Peace"" deoMerat.
which weans in plain English a aqiurtion
The collector at Bunton, (and probably
other collecto,s,) has received instruc
tions from the Treasury Departmetit to
stop the ' exportation of saltpetre and pin
Major-Geo. 1-lallUck is appointed to the
Department of the West,,ineludina 31is.
'ours and • other purt;ons. of the depart
pleat, lately under the euumaud of Gen.
The rebel less- in the:enKagement at
Ft. Walker is stated the papers of
tiharlet•ton, and Savannah aC from 50 to
100 killed and wounded.. 1
Got Mulligan met %vitt; a, brilliant re'
'caption at Chicago, upon his .return to
. , I
McClellan:_..'.l '• • -,`,,,,,,,
Weliave heard many i inquiries - made,
how it Was tlfat !General IVlCOliflatt' b+:
came ilti:Caiiituatide!::in-Oblef *mit 'the
vasiguat:ion of:Gcrt.' 'Seat' froletictiitser-. L :
vice; 1 tt,occiirreti. in tlii,S wise, r' At-„the
tititict of thenrebellitiu?!•We .:50::)iut .- tie;
Major Geneials, 'Winfield Scottqintr,Da . :
rid "Twi'ggs, the former of whotn.?4:.vir
tue of his aenioriill. Was the. Cominander
bi Chief. The title of Lieuteraist': Gen
eral, coeferred. upon Scott. hy„Con,,,oress,
Icare liiiii no 'addititlinill:Ciiiiiniatid, 'Atilt.
crease of dignity and ;,higher pay:and:l . m
thiliS' Were attaelled - to it -; He 2 tins - - th
''OlileSt'Majoi: General . Wand ` as . such - w 1
the Ciiinkander-in-Chief of oar fOrcesl
Ttriggs,' on account of Li t t defectiou to the
rout ti r was disitiiSsed froie.the army.,; Ar
newliatch of Major Generals were createl
shortly lifter the war broke Nita , tiOnsisting
of 31cCiellan, Fremont, ;,Dix atid.l3auks .
Of thee MeClAan's ',co:mist - 4151i was
first.issned, - which made. him the;ohles
Major General, next to , 'Septt.• and Cotm
fnander:;in-Dhiid Upon his .retiracy. • Mari
McClellan never, resigned, but 'ountinuedl
iu the regular service, he ;could hardly
,have been higher than • Major, and prutiL
ably not higher than _Captain... His re i ,
signatiUn- was lucky for, him, for it gave
him a chance to conic in ahead of• : !Wool.
Hammy: l ll outer !aud all the old Brigadier
Generals who - e been in. the service
for thirty or',. forty yeers. .. . !.. •-•• ':
tittE,; II isTonli
In the summer of 1798, a young:man Cori-,
netted !with the theatre at Philadelphia
singer, wa:3,about to reeeirea benefit
,Aluattlay - eiqraing. On the
SaturtEtv afterntion, previous he called on.
Joseph Hopkins', a risiet: young-lawyer,
tweitiyinglit years of age, 'with Whom he
had rote to eciltiol when both. he
The actor said he ;had but; twenty buses
!takeii, and his ‘iierielit7 wouldjbe a lows
unless could get a Patriot:a song, writ
!ten to ithe "Pre i sident's March," 'then ia
popular air. The pcetS of the theatrical
corns had tried their-hand; but tvere sat
isfied that no words cutdd betnatle,to'sult
I twit.; air. Hopkins proillised make _the
lattemPt. At that time there *as .a great
idiscasSion in 'the country as to the poliCy
of titerica join!ng either France or E.g.-
hind, the war then ‘l'Mteti betWeemthoSe.
two! nations, add party spirit run very.
JlopkinS endt j ztvored to write. a
!song that should 'be independent of add
Apia the interests, passions- and puliCy
of. both -,belligerants, land look and feel
exelui,i‘tl , . for Me honor and light's.
IHe oillite Bail Columbia.. It' was _ail
flounced on Monday ; morning, and die
[theatre was- crowded to . eseess, and
continued during the, season, the song
being encored and repeated many. thOtts
Leach night,' the audience in tbe
churn's. ,It was also Sung at nights, io
;ims:t reels, by large assemblies of citizens,
including members olCongress, and bas
now become a oationid song.
A INV EDD I N G PARTY Passed threugit
Elddra a few days sinee, which never' had
its prototype in the I whole train . of Fly=
tnen's,devotees. The. . following itetni, in
regard to this pccaltar couple sill • , . ; , ;.
&cry 60e that '•titatrottotitat sween , -,
were:never [masa - red : out on `so si6all . a
scAe b.2fore. Their; respective-ages tire
'2l l and 20 years. Thetr respectiive
arc about 65 and 33 ipotiuds: Their•l're
sketive hehzlits, thr6e feet five incli , e's,
[cut eleven re,4ltes. the gentle
man is a brother nfsitlie eelebrated.tien.
Nuri% TO3l Titumn"r; great -rival. The
lady is known as the r airy Qtteen,• for :
Overly Miss SARA It 1 1 3Y.LTPN. The happy
pair.Wer i e on their way to ;be li.tle lady's
home iron their bridal :trip Ito Nia,ara
T#E Springfield (31o.;) correspondent
of the St. Luis Democrat, writes : - H
Nitine\ - „ug iitn , le.handed fights occurred
unTriday eveiling,l on the ontsliiitsi of
the eity, between pursued and pursuers,
the history of Which will, probably, never
be knoNrn. Dead , bodies are still' evlery
now ;and then found in out of the way
places ,on the prairie, or in the Woods suf.
roUnding the city.i Yesterday,' a,, Most
iMpressive tablpazt des snorts was diseou...
ereihon the pritirie,'ilbour, three miles ikon
toisii. One of Major White's men liad,l
it iWuld scent,-had a mortal
tWo 'of the enemy. A!t :three of them'
were-lying dead uu ,the ground. One 'of,
the rebels was completely piereed, through
tl e.! body by the Sabre of the dragoon,:
who! himself was - , O•idently 'killed Liii a
shot from the revolver of his-, antagonist.
The,' other is..bel bad probably been -
bY the dragoon befi, l )re i Ire encounter With
ire foe dispatched by the sabre. , Then:
tl ei- all three laid friends and fne, in
cosn proximity to- one anothertheldra
uooh still glintly fillOsping the sabre; fast
it the body of his:foe, who in return, wa;
4 firmly clinuirig - fi:i his rOotrer. pointed
tOtriirci the drau,oon,, whose breaSt had' re
ceii4ed one of its baliii. .'
MEMBERSOF etiNGWESs iN THE M i nty.
'.4—Among the .members 0 the present I
Oongress now in the activei service of the
United States against the robels, Me Hon.
John H ,Xcelearnand.' and: Hon Owen
toiiejov, of Illinois;' Icellikgg, q•.micia.
:an; genator Wils'on, of - Massachusetts ;
Senator Sherman, of Ohio ;11L - .M.J.John S.
Plielps of MisSouri; Hon. James S. 4 . atill:- -
son. of Kentucky; Hon. 41cKee Dunn,
i,f :Indiana; Senator Lane; 4 Kan: 1)4, and
Edward NlePlierim, ,of • . !:R.ennsyliania.
'Col. Curtio,lOf 'lowa, resigned his seat to
, .. ~.
l'ace,ept. • the
. appiontment 1. '4 :, Brigadier
Gneral. ' . i ,
. i, ,: , •
1 ,. , ,
The rumor that counterfeit Treariury
'notes ,have nut in cirinilatiort . j i
'at rest bY an emphatic denial.
tre a sury DepartMent. 1 -- I
--;...Cost,:jor I ha i 4.l4e ,. Rattlel - . - -
- - I .'lie Wabash during"-the!entiiii
notiOn,.9o l / 5 1nitli s , Wine all 8;-.9,-19 ,4 aWd
11*.inch eliells,,l wit* the,excePtiOn Of a
few . .rifled Cannon pr leetilfe of a new tyit,
tern, 'and ,iirhiCit w - eie !used simply a s a'
tnetrer'of eipeilinen - .- The .949 u! canna
6r4-1001:alloijs, the, Biencille'lB - 5,. and
the'iverale Of !the linnboata,and the other" smaller sizik tra y pr i plialiki , bc Bei down
ut 1.50 each. , I T ter?lwer e ,,iu ail, p ves
sels engaged, 11 our tide, - and probably
front all Of th , in were tired not fur frow
3,500. silk Said shk.il at ate tarsi funs.
\Talker std Beaurermrd, the fOur-gun
bat teffetfitt he thiCerstenittem 1 -:''.
The average cost 1 , 4 each -shot,Teekon
ing shell,lttnitid- sh t', and •rifled Cannon
projectiles:Of Peculiar make, and itaking
into account the - value : of the powder,used
to fire theiti; they - sel set down at, about
,- Thus th "bur
shell; iron ;of the ,battle :of Port Royal
may be set de ;a anhaving cost.the coup-.
try not le4t-t au §*48;000. Reconing,
then, saga the Need York. Triburta., a few
items of this attlei.' beginning with the
immense cost of this fleet, .which tins beeo
preparing sir e Angtist last, - the pay of
the soldiers, Lac vu tie of their ftital„ and
the expeti'At the two loot. ye?.sCh4 on a,
very inotferat• - sca c;.. the entire, cost' is
about is follows;: : • •
Rent of the vessels u to,this time. j : -
say. • - „ $1,p00,000.
Pay Of thepoltßers,,,,tc„ - u,p, to this
time . . 2! • •
Palle of canoes consumed np to !•
this tim`4 .- 2 20 . 000
Value -of clOthing .want out tip to , ; .
this time ' • I 165,000
Value of powdti• tied • ; 23,000
Value of the• (.overt or arid Prer
less. lost! the i C,ttallue scale.
Col. 1 aker—Altnast a
Praph.Pes - .
When . IliellaineOted Cul. E. I). Baker
was in CUngriess, ii a debate in Piauilit.'
tee of the. .% . Itole, he was •assailed as a
foreimier'by titir; Venable, of North Car
- • -
ulina, a pen l nicrate partizail. Below is
the teplyiwhileh : he made at theititiat, ,n
whiCh.l,4setims to haVe f , /teSlNitiiM j ,eti the
present ifnhappy Conflict n which the
euutitry ; is igligeld, as well as .his own
. e i .:
brave defenc of his country and; her Con
• . ! I. . .
stitution,land fiat The extract will Le
read w.ith iiiterestltty,:minS of his friends
and admirer:4: - 1 :' '
I Italie. ba}ed iniy bosma to the' battle
on the Northweg i-ii frontier in Mi.: S oath
and on the Southwestern frontier in my
manhood., I hate earned sonletihat of
the good will' . al my eountrY.i In the
cunneils:bf lily State for a pe6.,1 'of ten
consecutive rears and in her set;t lee here,
my constituentsrlave -confided in my - de- 1
lotion to ilifir in ere!sts and Or: attach,'
ment to' the Way . -: I have iiiiiy to' sav,:
that if the:time bpd come. When dis
iiniun should rul m the, imur, arid discord
is to reign suPree, IShall again be read;
to give thees. blood in my veins to'my
u e E
country's use. I . Shall be prepared to
meet ail an agjonits . . i with lance', in rest. io
do battle inleVery lain) in delenAi of the
Constitiitioof My eMintrv, wliielt I have
sworn titsu port to the last extremity.
against•dist nioni -t' and„ll its enmities..
whether of the South or . •tile'Nol'tb7-4 ,,
. very Where, at all tithes, with
speech diluted, with word or blow, until
though or I beim!: shall be mine rioliWiler; .
n , . „._
Pksb aril gazelle says .that trig
ilre t stern iVirginia have, with
IFunanimity, Noted; io favor of
as o• nets State, to he called
ITreat the tone' of th'e. press,
ft thy leek furtver!l re.* new
erity when they.aie tie longer
the ild e ff ete awittivriuent a
W atever may be : said of
Ay of H tlie movement at l'th6
there are g,reve•daubts of its
sere is no question:6'a,, they
er and more cheopfy 7..i,irerneal
have !been. The#,cari h.+ off;
•esenCes, and institute . more
I Siiiiiiler.forms. :Being. a;, to
peolle, I they'. can - leg.klate
raeturily.' Th.ere 'wl, be less
interests - tirae. there'has been,.
16Veryl 'question, thit boit• of
fof Coiarse,le a free state.. Th
e haru.y cogent shaft& slight.
Of slavery avuonathein„ isill.be.
to "east as an siPte a diSww.,:k
00, l leit' "sieuce is. destroyed,
is begulti. tits-' a free,'" in
state. Kanawha has inlirig,he
efore' her, and isuetbez dtieado
iss .nor pt she sits s queen on the
, in tile midst of her sisters,
ferutvianit happy. . :
0 t'LlinDik: to pat the 'testi pis
til temtiou; met -Ott tile: Nth
this budY ss i tilfr depend giteatly.
pco.4perity Of the Lefantrciiitit.;
The ! Plc
being set, o
we infer tb
era of *pi t ;
-tied Mil to
and Ole 's),
fur it OHL
before j it
The St , te will pay 27 cents- &pair fiat
all ,gund, nit nimbler' seeks delivered in
ilarrii.'outtg. The be. colon is. grey, and.
theyiirp`thould nut be 6otx tine closely
knit. T 1 est,eks slipuld have durable beefs.
• A tiliDO coati has been , aareateti in , Cleve.
land. ffor !marrying .iliree .01ifferene Wind
gills'ivithin as many weeks_ TweAsentlas
aLtubead first who was not
' e declared he'el.:ll4 net see any
ivrongiol it. . '
Theßiitsbing Chren*?e . puktlisTles - a
litit u eghty4heee conipanies of valun
te:erabnitisted for,thiee yeamin.Alledheny
eotiOv) , till noir service.:
‘,l',ov-SINF I S CARDS.
.00 6 1024 .)11A SELL ". 0/I,.Ar
pte, ittend, the, , several
-cor u its, Muer and !neon Counties. 411
bledif'44 eiarnated in hie. care will receive
li*apt,ittention. Office corner of }r ot
tail d Third, streets. -
ARTHUR O OLDISTP •
ATTORNEY i COUNSELLOR.AT.tkir,
Coudersport, will attend tklaßptam nel i
. entrusted to his care, with prOmpties tof
fidt'ity. Office on Soth-west corner of Mai l
and Fourth streets.
ISAAC - BENSON.
ATTORNEY AT li-tW;Condereportil'a,-irin
attend to all=business entrusted to
care and promptness. Office on Second st
near the - Allegheny, Bridge.
.LAWCoudersiort, Pa., will
regularly attend the Courts in Potter and
the adjoining Counties.
0. T. ELLISON ,
respectfully informs the citizens of the
Inge and vicinity- that he will promplyn.
spond to all calls for professional services.
Office on Main . at., in building formerly oe,
cupied by C. W. Ellis, Esq.
C. S. : & E. A. JONES,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES; PATSTS
Oils, Fancy Articles, Stationery; Dry Citedt,
Groceries, Main - A., Coudersport, pa,
D. E. OLMSTED, 1
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, READY-36Di
Clothing, Crockery, Groceries, ie. - , Ilahr it.,
M. W: MANN,
ONALE-11,- IN BOOKS 4 STATIONKRY, MAG.
AZINES and Mnsie, N. W. corner of Snit
and Third sts., Coudersport, P. .
F. GCASSMIRR, ProprietOr, Corner ott
Main and'Second Streets, Coudersport; Pot_
Co., Pa. • •
$4. 6 . 03 : 60 J )
SURVEYOR, CONVEYANCER, Se., BROOK:.
. LAND. Pa., (formerly 'Chishingville..) Oar,
in his Sion buikling.
ITAl:..oR—oearkf opposite the Court Hasse—
will. tuake alt etothes intrusted u, hisaim
the latest and lees styles —Prices' to suit
the times.—Give , a call 13.41.
ANDREW .SANBERG BUOYS.
TANNERS AND CUlMlER.s.—hides tanned - .
on tbe shares, in, the best manner. Tsn«
oery on the east. side of Allegan.} liver.
Coacie-rspext, Potter elm', 111,. Pa.- 7 17 11;n.
H. 2 NLIISTSIN-. . - . - . S. U . Nif.l.l.T.
. Ct.U/STED KELLY,
LN 67i4/YES, TIN 5c SIIEET IRON.
WARE,ltain , st.; neart: opposite the Contt
Co.utlersport, Pa. Tin anri Sheet
Ware- Ilietk ordee, izi good etyk,
DLAGNS-311T1T,, would 4tforia his former CU!.
turners anti the pabliegonerally that he bee
nqiitablisited a shop in eke bisikihrg (sm
elly own-pied tyj Brnj. fienu siu espnders,
port, where he will be p3easetito do - ati
kinds Inax smithing ox: the- - taos .71.115,c?n—
-' able terms."' Lumber, Shingles, and: , al
Ga ?:rodice}tea- :ix' exthange for
• 'ILUCIEN BIRD,
.3t11117W".11:E r DRS . GE>PDS,
Hits heen so ranusrate ats tosesure the terii-.
cm of 'TIit)M•AS J.. BAKER, who is malting
and mieutling Bouts. and Shoes iu liat• ;
own. unexue,ptionablki style, with
• 6;?.OEA STeCK,
M.l" h. , ts • a• concluded: to se:l4 auiy for •
frern. Oc'tober •2
llgt..WilL buy Ashes i liill'e3,Ptlts, tkat tome'
in aroaland, (Ascoar4 Cbriviagvilk.)-
3i. W. 11,1cA1acney, Proprietor..
$l-09 , 811. YtaiII,I,SVARIABLX 13 ADTAMCZ.
*l„*Decored to the cause of Itepttlilicemiso, -
the 14terests of Agriculture, the advancement.
el Eduintioo, and: tire best goo*'of Potter
conats l Ow.nitig, no, 'guide tiftept. that or
Principle. it will endeavor to aid in the-itosk ,
of. more Sully Breedemir.ing our Country..
A DVERTVStIefiN73 inserttsi at the foßetriar
rates, except trhera.s.pecial bargain/ made..
L• Square [lO.linesl L insertion,. - -
L t 3 - $1 59
Each sobsequent insertionlessthan.l3i. • 2 1 ' .
1 Square three mentbsy, - --- _ _ . 2 50
t " gis ' - - - 4,00'
' 4 - " ' 5'.50
L. '4-! 'one Tear,— - -(- - e. OO
L Calnum era montbs s , , to Oro
E a • ' VY 00
• V K. • 7QO
U. per yea,. • - 40 O 0
K.' a " - - - 20
Mrainierzaton's- cm Exec Woes - Xofiet,, 200
.Busfness Cards, filines or lese, per year 500
Speeiitf and Editorial' Notices, .pel. line, , 10
transient sivertiiethento most be
paid , in.aicanor, and no nobioe be • taken
of advertise - 310sta from a•distaince r lmless they
aro. exesmpanied. by 04 . 1 e raonny'ao atiofecto l 7'
reference. , :" •
sterßihnitsi` and- JO ! Work of eh kinds, at
tended to promptly, and fattlifally. -
An STBEBT, ABOVE Vila? '
. Ph lardelpkia..
TM* OMER, betaietat.
Aterihis.3tE4NE,W is centre. aoaieurent
Passeagercari to-all parts or the city,, end in
every Pittelrihradttpted• to the "rants of the .
business -publit--' ,
Orlon:is $l . 50.per r kay.l9lll
OTI6E is hereby glieo that letters of 'A
IN rain istratron OD tilt estate . et MI T.
lIOXIE, late of Swedewtoevnehili, Potter Co:,
deritt, have been granted to thesubseriber
the Register of ?otter .eotrity, to whom all
debts due to. said estate az& shame 80 10
the. same, must be presenteditbn settlementor
Pa:Tinent. W..BMD, Adam.
-arraign,. 'Fiept. 2, liNll
F. W. KNO.X,