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Evrtf Tliur$drty Morning,
f)f VIOK-Mtnonlt Jfo-II JltitMigieX.
Within aim pmitllu Vrt" -A
li J-No paper iieeenUiud mil all arraarag
vnuii are audi
fteepl at the option l i puMn.ner
Attorney at Law & o t nr y P ubllc
. M.Ct.AIRSVlU.F, OHIO.
FF1CE ibreasloori Eaet o( Ihe Court Host.
DR. HENRY WEST
Ad rrumef1 thprrtetU of Mfirtlrine anil flurfrrcf.
nrvtrysvf rT"B,,.n T1 twt 'nrv urugr n
. C. L. POORMAN, .
Attorney & Counselor at Law
aSTk OLAIB8VILLE, O.
'. flFFI1R nln'ranic Hall Building, a few door EaM ol
, . ine youn nouee.
8peri.il attention give tn tha collection nf tlairne
agajuetthe Oovennnent for Bounty. Bnek Pay. Pension,
i, Pay 'or Hone or ober properly foot in the eereie. Ice.
D. D. T. COWEN,
wil l :
A.1TOISIE-S- AT LAW,
" Z "u ktldJk'iMvnj, ohio.
OFFICR an Nnrt aid- af Main etteet, a (ear doora
Kat of Mariena ttreel. ft?
''. '...Dr. John Alexander,
T. CtiAIRBVILLIS, OHIO.
AfFICK AND RF.SIDKNCK in tha Seaun.ry prop
. . erty, Weal ud of town, fa?
bK. J. .W. .FI8HER
ti AvTNO parmanentiy loeawd iu ST Cl.AIHSVH.t.E
XX waald re.peelfullf aunouuee thai ha la Jiiaua
atatarad to perform all Operation pertaining SwSj
11. BrffMOfl, . il t I f
-art work warranted to Irive antl.raelion.
FlCE few iloor. Ko.l of lha National Hotel, and
laf f!hfele office. -
HRST? iTATIOlf AL BANK
OF" aT. CLAIKNVII.LB.
TAK npen fram t . at. until tr.it Diaaoantdnya
XiVrat); at i . j . 4 -
Mour rat'eived on Ifpo.lt.
Colleeiio!i maile anil prucced promptl) remitted.
Kii hansa uOVflil and aald
Davil Drown, Jorph vooilmanea.
, P. P. T. COVYliN, rre.iint.
H. C. WaiatT. C.nhior. ai'S-lf
B. PrHot)IiJt'...!.o,.Wtt.i8. GARFIELD.
" -v, Rhodes 4& Warfleld,
WHOLESALE , GROCERS,
'"aaaW ' ' ' BrlllgCpOVt, OMO.
' XJISriON HOI7SK,
THIS Hotel. In, Morrwowu, to Jong known at the
l.lppineiMI llonite.1 ha. been purciiaaod by and
U now kept vf the- utiftt'T.tiriiad. ...
"r '11m travUii'y pulilie are aa.ured thai no pain, will be
parar toinaKe tan jrne.i. ol nil. iioum coiulortaula.
., , , TW, If KIRK.
- BELMQNT HOUSE,
r vlli:L,AIRE, OHIO.
" JC,. !Bt" COOK. Proprietor. .'
(Late of Lanea.ler, Ohio.)''
THIS HOUSK ia aiiuatad h.lw.nn the ilrpota of
tha Ceira Ohio. Bahirnore avid OUio, and Ota Clevti
. aad aa Eiti')irlj Oiiil Uland. : 'I1i Woirrieior Im. put
'ata Won.e nd tlie rnrniture in Rrfl-cla. br.lt-r. He i.
Ifcwear.vd o teconiuiiiUt' UuiUajralinf .public at nil
'Old friend, eall and tee me
.VfVtMsiai T-. ,Ut A1K OOOK
- n:" nsn. ' white;
iTire Separator & Cleaner
. t eawVUem. Power. : Alio, lha OhioPpeHTumbliiig
t, 4 and Home Tower, i
' MARTlNi" FKR1IV, Ilel Co. n
MISS NANCY B. FARIS,
IUIANKKL'.I..'1'OU PAKT FAVOH8, would wiali In
M. ' InfntM lierirtiier. and m pun
ate tti at aha aaa rot-aired and la now
A. Wpaindlf AaaorCnient
amaiitinf of KLflIP.S, 111 BOONS '
- AM. KINIW Of TRIMMINOS and ierepared to
take and trial all kind el aonnala witk neatne.a and
.otateh. 'J-- '--j faWI.
l: 150,000 Apie Trees, "
3 "TO '4 YKARS OLD, TO 8 FEET HIGH, and a
good aaaoniaaat of . ..
. Veaaktail'eara, Pluiaa, Charnea, Apncota, Neeta.
'mm amat, Orapoa, Curranti, lilru'klierriat, Ka.pliar
tftawbarriea, iavervreeue, Ito , ate-, ikr., i
B11M0NT OTNTir NUSEIHS,
' 1 tiitei Koi thwost of Bt. Clitii-aviilo. ...
An Henrntomptly aueitiled to.
INUUCKMKN'i'tt TO AOKNTr. We will ofTrr treat
iadacamenu to Am-Hl. who with to eugage in the aala
rf Frail Treea. Addreaa, pr eall upon .
i)riigsi Chemicals & Hardware
.as I ix.. : 'vb stuffs,
SCHOOL . BOOKS,
Kotlons Perfumery, &c; &c.
.'-aiaTb. OLAI W iw V I Tl.'aiC. OlilO.
Dti a": PKML ton; Tenn aireel, Piii.bureh. near
PI. Clair H4rl.'at end. to lha rreaurtantof all Dl.-
aaa T ta Cftt and perfornit kU eperauonl ne
uri inr their eure. " .
tl SV"k- f 41HI jaaaaaw
omlocaled la' ne and btt(r plao,)
CAN be objaliwfrMteaeeyua o atirj. eryta a ad ptlaa.
Pieturaa of eery kind fm.ded" to order, on abort
aorie eJ0eXRAi'liKi ALkkOMIt aa4 CAB
UTVIUa yt a-el.lmiieaalwaaaajavaala... .1
nwuUuf eav abKira Waat of h. Taraaurar. OAaa,
PMOfiBK . UB
ai a all Uada tt ri..
in i nw i it
a ! l.-,i!ii -. iM'ii - ....'! io 1 I i"l ; :."
.. I . ... inn '.-. ( t t i '.i -if .f rcn ! .-fi.t '! " "H .1 1a
n,.n,i m nr. Jr. ill . i..B'K.i i,.t . 1 ri
f 1 aaa I W U a" H. K l II H MM t M tM flat It M II '11
I . ., "! -4' ' ,.!, , gla-.tf, .h - 'i lavl-
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Kttiblisbd iri 181. ;
1 BTJCLVTnSVIIL.IUKOtlTO. OCT.
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ol fr-3 j
mm. Mail Mtfe
'Tlfltt IT 1 n L M'"V nii,imM.lll,,
jffA f.lll 5 ': ;' :- f 'i jr...-' '. ''fl ...
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201804.; K t. f -New
, ENTIRELY VECtETAULE!
xo AtcoiidLit rnr-PAniTionf
A PURE TONIC MEDItTJSE!
GERMAN' BITTERS ! !
I ( i TkfcPAREU IV i
rm. o. jt.' J-A-CicsorT,
; j Philadelphia, Pa., ' ,
1I.I. aftVplually eura l.i.er Complaint, Dytpepaia,
. Janinlice, Clironif or Nertout l)elillily. Diaro.ea
of the Ki'liirya. and all Uiaeuaeaaritinirlrom a diwmirr-i
ed l.ref or Sioirraeh. audi aaCoitatipation. luwanl Pilea,
FnllueM or Uloorl to the H'ad. ArulitT ol the moinern.
S'nuaea, lleartliurn, Di.Ku.t (or lriil, Fullmaa or
WelprlilhiiheHtoniack, Hour F.ruetationa. iitklttr or
Fluttering at tha Pit of Ihe Pinmaell, fwimmlng of the
Head. Hurried and Oiffirull Urraihing. Fluttering at the
Heart. Choking or audhratingHen.nlimi. when ink lyig
aoaiun, Dlraneaa of Viidim. DiUo Weba lietora illie
rUghk Fever and Dull Pern In lha Ha)., Defteieuati of
I'er.pirnlion. Vallnwneea of Ihe Pkiu. and Kve. Pain
In (he W.lfc. Bank. Che.t. Limi. Ae.. ffintdan Fhrahea of
Heal, Kurainr in die Fleali. tTonaiani Irangiuiim.of til.
and grrnt;l)epreeaiaiuf tpiih. And will imainvely pre-
ellow Fever, Billiotu Fever, Ac., Ao. They con-
NO AI.CHOIIOL OR HAD WHISKT. 1
They will Curt the alov Ditctuei in Ninety
nine cam out of a Hundred! . ,
Induced by Ihe exten.iv aala and anivertal -
... ;, popularity of .... n
Hoofland's German Bitters !
! (PVRKLt VKOKTAULE.)
Hnata of Ignorant CJn.ek. and nnaempulnua ndvemn
rera have opi ned upon auffrrina humanity tin flood
galea of No.tnnna in the ehnpe ol aeor whi.ky. vilely
compounded wilt, i.ijuriona drug. ami chi ataned Tou.ca,
8lon.achica and llillera. -i 1
lieware of tlia iin.u.nerabla array of Alcoholic pre
purotiona in ph lhorie bottli-e. null high-liellied kega. un
der the inodeat uppellHtion of bitter.. Which. In.tead of
curing, only aagravnie dtaeuaa,and krava the dnappo.il
ted auderer in i.air. , ., . ,j ,i , t, . ;.,,-t
HOOI'LANU'S (iKHMAN BITTURS . M .
Are not a nw and untried article hut have atoori ihe
loat nf fifteen year.' trial by lha American mil. lie. and
heir repuiaiiou und tale are, not rivalled by any .miliar
prepdntlim.. ' '
. 'I'll proprietors havd ihou.at.da of lliera from ihe
mo.leininerl t.lergymenv l.awytr., IMiytiriaua. ami
Cilieena. le.tlfyluir. of Ihelr own prrwnni kiiowlede,
to lha lieuelieial eiTecta and nwn.eat vinuea af tli a
lliitera.. .. ,...!. .. .. f.
do you want something, o strfjjothen
DO VOt) WANT A HOOD APPFTITF.?
uo you wantii'o iiuii.u ur youK goNSTiru-
, 'HON? . 'n
Ili VOU WANT ro FKF.f. WFl.T.?
IH( VOU WANT TO GKT HI0OFNF.RVOUSNU8S?
IX) YOU WANT F.NF.URY? ., i
1X1 YOU WANT TO Si.KHP WW.t.T
W) YOU WANT A BRIMK ANU VIGOROUS FKEI..
, NO! ., i I -
. ' I( yon do ae ....'tiliiy
Hooflands German ' Bitters' !
From J Tfrwtrtn 7?rotcn, D 2.. EUtot the
JZncyrloyedta of Maiigiu$ JCuoalrdi(af t 'i
Allhotirli nol tliponl to fHvor or liTommenil Pnlrtil
Metliriorn in r- iit?ml. ttiroii-.h diairu-t ol their itiurrcti-
entM ahWI r-ci. yrl know oi no lullu it-itt nnM)ii why
it inim cm mot trpjiiy in Hie imtiniii lie in-ii- vc nini-t.ii 10
htive revriwrt frdiii itny timple rnsturniioii, in (i.Q hope
thai be Amy Imh cnntrritnie id Cite Ireiwfll of oltn-r.
I do tki tfic mtir rvHthly iu rttrnnl to Hoffltind ftr
rami Hitler. m-ptireil by !r. C. M. )hi kon, of thi
rily.' tecaiiM I w tivm.eiNf Hgonut them forinnny
ymm m.fWr imprrmim -ibcy .weiw rhfrdy
nlrhoholir mixture I mn iiulaiitl to my trifiiU. Itolnrt
H!tcmu Iter. Kq lor the rrmovHl ol thin prrimlice hy
(iHiper ict oihJ for eiicoiirkftnirni to try them, whrti
pulTrnii'r from nrrnl nn knot ronlmurd ilnhi'iiy. 'I hi
of ihrttfl liottlfut of tlivte lHtr. hi Um liffliimiiiK f
l tit pntntMil yrr. wtm folloveil ly trviile. t relief, ehil
rotnrtttioH to n tl;i,tv of o.ily wml iwiitnl viirr wliirli
I tuitl not felt for ix moiirli Ii lorr miui IimiI nlmt le
Kpnireil of rira aiiitu, I Ittirrfore ilmuk od ami my
frinidt fo riitvetititf m tb tin ii of Mirm.
J, NKWTO.N BUOWN.
riiilmlelphia. June kA tail. .....
I KFCRTANT TO SOLDIERS.
Those having Friends In' the Army!
We cull the Hilnini .11 of 'nil hnvinV rflutivri- or fricmU
in the Hriuy tothr Fact ilmt t(ooHum.' erinn .M
lere' will vurv nine teiiitic of ilw ilMrue itirtuol '
t-xposure end priveiions incident to rump liift. In thv
NftU. )Mil.iihtd almost dull)' in the newxptiiwrs. on the
rnvitt of iIm nick, it will br uotit ed ihiii very larf
pronortron an mllcriiig from delnlity. livery iate ol
Uint kind rnu he rrntli'y itr dy Huofiu ul' .rruiun
Millern DifawM wtltinff Iroin di(rder. of the iliffr
livu organn am fpefiU.y miinvfd. We hnve nn he)ita
U mi in Mining tliiii il iIim Hiiieri ww l'r-t:ly um-iI
a iioiik our mi l! it re, hiimlrrd of live might he unveil
th it oihervvie would he lot. ' - !
iVitrnll paritrul.tr ntieniion to the ftMorinff rrmurku
hie and well autheutiral''4 cure of one- of Oil Million1
hi rH?n. whotie life, to uc hin owi JiiMnge 'iU-heen
saved hy the llitii-r-.'1 ' ' '
. . Philami.piiu. Auc ITtil. Mli.
.Mksm. Joxrs tt Kv.Mi:- Weil. (t'iiif iiieit. uiir
llneiliiii(lfi (iVrmtiu tlitwrs Iimm :vvil my hh. There
in no miAtako in thia. It it vouoImmI for Ity mniilu M ul
iny cumruilea. Mne of whotte imuie-are ajipnnileU-.tttld
who w-r cogiii.uhl ol ail the riitrtiniiu;irr iff iuy
chwo. I mn. niul have heon lir 1 int four yelif. 11
Hieinlwrof rHhermiui rrlehriiied htdiery. and unil-rilir
iiuinodiaie ruinntHiul t Cuntatu IttX AveM. rjiM.uuli
the exposure aiteutlnnl tip. hi my ur.lunu dulie. 1 wu
aitaokea in govern iter iat wnn iunn munition' 01 me
luugtk and wo tor eeveitiy-two daya in the ho-anl
aitavk of dynetitrry. 1 waa then removed from the
White Houm. ami aeitt to thu chy oil board tha "hum
of Maine,'1 frnia which I lattdett on tha Urih of Juiie.-
mi wa tonoweii ty great ueiniuy. iirivnieueu ity an
Smre ihut time I have been ahout a low an any one
Co u Ul he and alill main a apark of vitality. Kor u week
or more I waa c arc fly ahle to awallow auythinr, mtn
il I did force a morWdpwu, it waaitnmedmtely ibrowji
J coald not even ketpa flaweof water on icy Htomi4eli.
l.i it could Jiolaat under auch t'ircutn-um ami. ao
rordinuly, Ihe phyairiaua. whe have heeu worlinir fwith
tally, though iinierHfullvT to nrveiie ine Iruin Hie
8 rasp of the dread Arohei. Irnukiy me oouid
o uo more lor me, and advicd me to pee a clergyman.
nd to inuke inch diKponinoii of my hunted fund h
letM'uiid inr, An acipjuintnnee who vixlted me at the
hopitul. Air. Prederiek tfieiittvown, ol titU nirefl.ite
low Arch, ailviaeil nindit a furloni hope, to .try ynur
.Utter, and kindly proourert me a l otile From theiitne 1
ooininenctil vlrinv tieiH HieKlorMiiy ahaihiw tti deiiih
receded. a il I an uow.ttmnk c.od lor it. aeiitutr helir-r
Thoupfh 1 1 ava lakt'ii hut two bottlr. I Imve lh;iidy
ft aiited lau poa -U. and I frel aamruiitr ot bemv fer
milted to rejoin iny wife and dauifhter 'Imm wiuan I
have henrd uoihiiiK foreiirhU'eu luontliA; for. jfeufleiu I.,
1 tMii a iayai virviuian, man ma vicimty m mmi nmni.
To your iiivaluahle Hi Hen. I owe the certaiiii" of lite
which nn taken me putre pi yarue leiirn-rio yonr im
owe me pturioni pnvileiie of a;tAtrcla(piup
to my lioaom tbnaa w
i art lbrde.)reN.ne4n life.
ery truly yonf.,.
Wefullr ronrurlnthe imtli ofllie above .lammoua,
at wa had de.pairedof aeringourou.nrade, McAlulotiaj
raatornd to bealtli. - "
JOHN Cl'lJDI.FnACK. lat New York. ., "'.
ii:oKUK A.. At'KI.KY. Co. 0. 1 lib Maine.' ' '
I.K.tVIS CIIKVAIUKIl. Whl .New York. ;ii
'' I K HPF.NCR. Il Ariillery. (lailery F. . ,.
1. H. FAM4WF.IJ. Oo. H,l Vennom; ' '
IIV.VHV II KROMK. do . do V I
111 NIIV T MA0UP.NAI.IX Co. 0, t ,1aina, .... .
JOHN P. WARD. Co. F-5t(i Mniue. . r
MKIlMAN KOCII. (la. ll.Jad New Vrk. ' '
NATHANIKI. H TIIOM A. Cui F. HMb Peon. , I
ANDUF.W J. K1MIIAI.I.. Co. A. -Id Vermont.
JOHN JENKINS, Co. b,IU6th Penn. .,
: I . .. ..,..;,, .,. I
7. .-'I !
gee that lha aignature of "0. M, JACKSOSf'' r on
lha elirrll ol each bottle. '
, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.; ,T
.ho. ' ai. xitcH ' ' rSTniSHTr,
rrcy Of01 WalAVl. .'.1.
"l.' .V : JONES at EVAN8. 'l
Saeaeaaora la C. M. Jackaon k Co ,J " 1
..I ! mi . - ...!. ! '' '
;'..'.. 1.' v U t .ii - ft-: :' 7
PrieaTSeM. aa battle, oe aix bottle, fa. S4 00. 1 I
ftr-For .ale by Druggiauaud Utialera everywhere in
thTOariad INaaaa, and by t. H. WIS t CO., (L Olaire-
Mil.... .. . u.r .1 ... .ii t oaiy
."! ' w ul I ' I
T?OX raiaotloa Pf VV 'Fi grao. Aa-, freaa) a lota
X wtlkaiae aa eal M4arf atlawar
THE PRESIDENCY. Letter of Gen. Dix.
Tfcej follrtwtni teller wa j Jrc.ieJ to h
OKU mil tee of th Ri'i'iliciri man meoling
held in fntlepencl.tnoi rvjuaro, Philadelphia,
onStiurda, by (Msjnr-Qen. John A-.Dii.
NEW YORK. Oct. 6.
. Ocntloirn: I you -tation
to addrcM tlie ninsa uiei'tinit lo he
held in Independence) rxmsre hr Sultitduy.
The datio incident to the active romtiiand
of a niiiifury doinnnirnt render It inippg
aible (or me to attend puMio ineetir.ga, or
make political peeehe. But 1 acrrdewith
pleasure to your request to wi'rte you a letter.-
,,. There is but one qnegiion hrforo the.
country iu the apprnaoiiiiig caoTaKa. Shall
we prnnecute the war with unabated vigor
yntil the rebel foices ly down their arm.;
or nhall we. to use the langaagenf the 'Chi--'
esKO Conventions make "tmmediale effort ".
ftiR ua eetisatirin t .host ilitien. with a view to
en altimate conventioB ol all the State,
. Believing - that the latter meaaure, for
whatever purpose adopted, would lead in
e'Wtably to a recognition of the independence
of the inanrgentSt'tteg; and believing, more
over, that true policy, aa well as true mercy,
always demands, in the unhappy iiirencie
of war, a stesdy and unwavering application
of all tha means andll the eneraiea at com
mand until the obj-iot of the war is aeonm-planhed.-li
ahall: oppose the meaur in
very forw in which opposition ia likely to
be efltative. V
Geor(' McClellan, thetaodidtto ff the
Chicago Convention, by force ol his p wition,
must bevJeeined to approve all the declaVa
lions with which ho vrae presented to the
country, Qnlesb he distinctly diavow them. '
Unfoitunately. he iamlent nn the only qnes '
ttmsin regard to which the people cared
ilmt he Khnuld ppeuk. He does not ay
whether he-.is in favor 'ot cewtion 'of
hostilitiesthe tneaHure announced by thoce
wlionominnted him os the bai for action
in oace ot his lection or whether I e is
oi-poed to it.' He does not- meet the tjnes
tion with manly Irankness. a lamconfidont
he would have done it he had tukenentinyel
'of his own instinct's instend of v.ieldinp to
fhe' snlltlo ttqga7C8tions of politician"-. The
Clikago Cofiventiort pivsentet) a ditincf 5s
Kue to the people. A the nominees of the
Convention he was hound W accept ir re
pudiuie if, Hi' )i-ih done neither; mid what-'
ever , jnfureoce may .tw tlrawn liotu , hi
silence, either, tho War Deinoeratw -or, tie
lVaoe. Democrats must be deceived. . ;
In calling for a eeniinn nf hns(flifii the.
memhe.rs of the Chicneo Convention have,
in 'my judgment.' totally mi.-ir,eiires-nteiHl.e
Kirlingu and opinions of ihr great t oly nf
the Iieiungftficj-. The tjolioyiproc'aimed in
its name makes it. starss a declaration
oan, what it. has never Wn bnfor pence
party in.'wary degrading it from the emi
nence on - whioh it has stiooif io every ether
national conflict., In this injusiiee-tto. th-
country,' and to a (treat party identified with
nil that is honorable in our hintory. . I -can
have no part. 1 erni only mourn over the
reproech which hs keen . brought upon it
by its lendi-rs, and rherish ihe hopo that it
niHy hrreal'tor, under the auspica of het'er
counsellors, re-ume its aneierrt effefiive and
benefioent influince in the adniioistrutiou of
the Government. ' ' ! ' "' "'
Does any one doubt a to the true cane
of our nntional ciibmiitieK? 1 believe it tube
found in the niunngement of tho leaders of
both the principal politieal purties iliirin
tho last quarter ol u c-nlury. In 1H40 thn
grent men of the Whig party Wflbsirr,
Clay nnd others moo of unitercally 'e
knowledired abil ty and long experience In
civil lifewere ' thrust asitie, and 0neral
Harrison.' a man of very moderate capacity,
wm selected as its candidate Cor tho- Prexi
deney. Tho principle of nvuilahilify, as it
was termed, was adopted as -the rule ' of
leli'Ction, uill the question of fit ness became
obsolete. I - . " '
In 1844 the Ditmoeratie parly followed
the successful example nf its opponents in
1840. It put aalde Van Buren, Cass, Marcy
snd its oilier eminent stnteauien, and
brouiiht forward Mr. Polk -a mnn of merely
ordinary ability. Parties which have neither
the cuinage or the virtuo to stand by their
gteatest and best tuen soon fall into hope
less demoralisation. '
Cnder kucIi a system or political msnaee
ment nn government can last long. I know
it ia nut easy toohange what such a lapse of
time has fastened upon ns. Till this reform
shall eoine; my advice to the great liody of
the people is to hold fast to their tradition
ary principles and goo I name hy giving an
CHraest support t ; the war, and to scan with
the severest scrutiny the conduct of those
who oontror party inoveraentH. Ihe only
bona left to us lies in the iratrioiUm and
disinterestedness of the great, body of., ihe
people of all parties, who re faeing the
em-m'tes ol their country in the battle field1.
with a heroism unsurpassed m any ago, or
who at home, amid the 'prevailing tumult
and disorder, ate working out. in the quiet
pursuit nf their vgruu ooriltiattons, the no
uieii'ou prohlenj.ol'itho public prospery
and siifisty. When they shall solid out.fre.-h
from flit r own ranks new men to consult
together for the salvation ot all that is most
preoiotrs in government ami society, tnere
will 1st oottsH lor hoou and ftith in our -re-
demptioo from incHding evils and dan
trorr bearing, in tha meantime, as well a
we can, the heavy burdens which have been
east' ution us by a quarter of a century - of
poitiioMi mismanagement ana putnio iHirni.
.: it ts trrne toe people stioini iinuerstanu
these truths. No ne. perliops, 'ik tell
tberti with more ppoprkoly hn myselK hav
io.it been,, much ot the pound relerrej to, hi
public i .Wo, fruitlesaly contending aeain-t
rtorfV eon trlvs noes whioh have involved the
country in all the evils of civil strife. ! am.
Iterv Tesneetlnlly. ymtrsi " John A. UlX.
JAS. H. ORNE, Chairman, &c.
CADWALADE BIDDLE, Sec'y.
t , .,v
i Two hurulmd and filly hnshels of wheat
front tb Mediterranean, which is protMHincr
d by (Jouinbijooer Newn. to be superiiar
to any of h ort that fca ha beforg suem
havareaohed Washington iagoodoondiliiMM
The).PfparliiiKnt)f AgricnUnre is now pre.
pargi to send nut paroalri inoiodoiate, niian;
t it iaa to farmers ar plan lent who. ina:npilj(
m poraotr or by kattsr tor tjha sauvo, , -,; ,.,
I r oi it""!1'" ( I'll ( n.;j ,,;
-. Wnf are greenbacka more valuable tl.as
rold. evenat its present priceT ' Becstta
whan yon ftnt greentrack in ynar imhkitt,
yon-'double 'it. and when you take it out
Main yon find it increases. i ii- .1 . -I'-a
- - laiaaai in I in g-llsll
Chi iftfTic RAoi. a ITAaitt died
t Washington eo th Viih isuL, after
few days iUaoaf;
Jefferson Davis's Last Speech.
[From the New York Post.]
. IIi.vJeiTarson Davis's address to his dis
heartenod dottipaniohtf in revolt, delivered at
Maoorf Ory lho 24tbof 8 rpferhber. Is in its
forte nOt anlike the terrrhle' words whtcleV
Milton puts fhtn the m iOth of Satan when
he 'would rally his drooping followers afW
being 't-ak't out of heaven. . .Surveying the
blissfu) seats which could possess no more,
the archangel exclaimed: . ,. . ,-
' What though lb hild be bt . , I
"AB la not M ilia ui.eo.Hne..M will,
,. 7And mihIwoI revauee. aiinmnal kaia. - .'
And eourae urverlo asbiau oi yield." . . f
Tn the sunn malignant moo I our arch
rebel exclaims that, in spite of reverses in
the field.' in spite nf the losses of cities and
states in spite of fores d retreats of hun
dred of- mnVs in length an I of n'onths of
duration, in spiu of the dispersion .or de
struction of his armies, . all was not lo-t.
ha'tre't tf tti Yankees ra as, virulent as
er, wlttto rnle.or rutit as uncoqUriblo.
the studyhow to revenge JFsa.ter and defeat
m vivid and immortal. '
: But if the arrogance of Davis's speech
was characteristic, the despondency thu
nevertheless pervades it, ihe air of extreme
and remediless , despair which breathes
around it. is remarkable. We do not won
der that the .Charleston Mercury should re
gret the publication of such utterances, or
that the Richmond Whig should advise the
President to take with him. when he trav
els, the -more oily and rhetorical Benjamin
who has the repute of preparing all Davis's
messages and proclamations. Thia speech
at Macon was one huge confession of weak
ness, a bitter outbreak of bafH-d milioe,
et-y of despair, sent up from the very depths
of an agonised mind. ' -' '' ' '
. Davis boasts that he will yet recover his
lost groun I. averring that it is possible for
Iee to hold R'ohmond and far (I-iod to
drive Sherman bcyoo I the Chsttshooehee,
with, a route more awful and destructive
than that which befel Napoleon in his re
f rent from Moissiw; but he hot sts i-i a vein
Which shows that ho doe not believe his
own extravagance. Uo is eonxeinus that he
can, accomplish either endionly by recruiting
his', armies, which, in the present state ol
rebel opinion, is simply impossible. B')mJjs.
he is perfectly aware that if he ooul 1 suo
0"ed in cuttiriaT off Shernmn's caiii'imui
eitioos, by thrmvinii H vid's army t-o' ween
Atlanta and the Tennessee, he would only
Ouen the war fur an advance still further
, into tho interior., either towards Maoon or
totv irds Augusta. His best prospect is a
choice of evils that i, whether ho Will g
low Shernisn to move iu one direoli m or the
other. He cannot stop that movement al
together, and his own local new-pipers, as
our A'lunta correspondent ouoto. have told
him as much.' As fur ennpellin'ir Khorman
to retreat, the ; thing is too absurd for die
cussion. . i .. .
The extraordinary part of this .speech,
however, isthat in which Divi. d'orihes
tho condition Snd' prospects of hi arniy.
f 'TwiHltirds' nf our nien aro absent," he
snva,'. "some sick, koine wnnnded. but most
.of the.m' absent without leave," i. ti,' the
greater part of two thir Is have voluntarily
deserted. Tltey have--either gone home,
where' their fiien Is kep them' hidden from
the eon'-oiipting agents, or they have crosst-d
overintrt our lions, where they will un I mb
tedly winarii until lio closi f thl wtr.
Dtvls's pitiful ap'pea's tothooi to'e-ime back
will reach J ho flnrs of few. fir whom thny
will possess no charms, if they do not in
deed have the effect ot'driviog that few dep
into the eaves sod fastnesses nf tho moun
tains. It is not ti persuasive Way nf . edit
cititie the diseorffente I from their Inrkim.'
places to inform them that tho aruiv is al
most, broken to. pi -ces and public affairs in
a gasping state. Yet lhee ab-con -ling und
concealed soldiers must be the principal re
Ihinno of Divisj tor he tells tho women, "you
have not mam' men between eighteen an 1
fnrf v five lel." and that "every young man,
s fiist as he reaches the proper tfgo. is har
ried to th field." 1 Without a reserve' ol
young men to draw upon he -clings to the
fallacious iope that the veterans- who rtn
away when the promises of suocess were
much brighter will return now that success
has gone out of the case. ' ,
Dtvis's def-noeof himself against the
charge of not having sent reinforcement) to
Johnson and Hood is admirablil It moots
every point ot the accusation; it disposes nf
every ea.vil: for he says frankly that ho did
not nn vo; tlie men to send. He could not;
like Cadmus, reap armed men fiom ihn huu
ered thousands of dragon's teeth that ha had
sowed; he could not raise them from the
ground by stamping upon it with his foot;
he could not spare them f'ronrthe Virginia
forces, beeausA those furees were more out
numbered than the forces in Georgia; and
he could not lake them from tho Shenan
donh Valley, bee i use the moment he with
drew Erly from the Valley,, that very
moment' sheridbn. would pounce upon
Lynchburg and '"Mitt a oop-plete cordon
nf men around Richmond." Le.tusall teil
.Mr- Davis that (Irani will do that in spite
ot Early and all his rfforu, but we are mine
the less grateful lo hitu for his ready, ao
knowleili'inent nf his solicit ude on I his
seore.''1 Hi words are a virtual sdininsion
most important, we thiiik'.'thit eaoh part of
the Co.tl'edotaey must hetealler lako c .ro
ol' itself, gs n 4 vini' .rueiiicnta can be sont
from (Hie) part .u au uher. ,'Jie military
game is playctj out, except i i go fur as de .
stlltory; distinct and reiuota ni(veiiicit.siuuy
yef be'' possible , 'N riim'iined, plan of
npsrationioin be vsryVfT'erfVelv ex-iduted.
-, It will probacy bo said by the reM syin
paihizars of llm North tjittt thisspoeoh, like
Mallorv's navy repit,..is' a forgeryv but
apaitrom ilu fact tbut it has beep already
commented uponi in a soi)oua manner by tho
Charleston an I R'fih,in ipd papers wo have
ihe testimony of dhr correspondent ut At
lanta,' going I0 show sh ir it is; if an imper
loot report, at.le.ast anhentitt .Tlis Muoort
paper from which it is taken is il w are
not luUiDfornied.- in posseesion it tho War
Pepartuint atJVashiiigton. ; ,if , j,..
A Democrat on Democracy.
. At at rt0iisr miM ineuiing at Philgdel
pkia pa Monday gvening, piior to the ele
tion, Oeni.Jiihii Ooohrane, aq eld Dssriro.
era, nude vspeeeh.- Ho spoke among othbr
things of the woid 'fDemocraeyi" and r-atd!
ni"It is a share hrel a 'delusion,1' by whioh
intvooFBt men aro le.1 down to bloody gfa veai
rieiflmriesiweiirgvim'ntly ruined. i: Be
notMiwd, r gxtfs,.ihat tdie proquT
piatv.n,oftHat.hhtbolefh D'iMOtraey, piihe
sitvalion orihe iiuntry... They who . were,
Demoorata1 are nd longer Democrats. "They,
who onae' msde'a'nobhv dignified,' kiid pa'
Orioiiapwiiy-atrhe hasd of whioh1 atood
tlw''foandrQAndrev Jacksoo'Hrth'at parly
it dweelvad. (Applatua.) IIumv kept
alive n'nl-V the traditions "hf1 h Tornier
ghiry Joe true DnHieajf-ttts have rof ire d
f rntn it. In ihej natue of our couimon hit
inanity, of N Interests In all feneration, gnd
all iiin; md in the nama of I6t prul. kjn-j
tami'lial. uaiHievl rrsoofooeon m aotick we
as Aoierictn' all n jnio; in the name of all
this. I oriiiil iei with all' aiterai'tr tiere
to-night thst tbeaoeursdd Daoeratie party
i dissolved (oheer.J; ao 1 J p4.all other
ptrtie io.;itrs!d bd Ihei.r tiamese accursed
aod thy in the eye of p itriotisW. hsnishe.1
from the presenceof the Djiry, a-l ib-wjend
ing to the b ttiiues jiit. . Party ia ihbane
of panp!e when s'gUsgliugi li lv(st ?We are
here to-night, not a K-pulilicns. hut as
good. Sound, solid Union uteri, anj as such
I xiaixl with yon, and asanoh you will strike
the mnmatitnii. blow of Tue-day. Having
struck that blow, November will catch its
eeho an I return to- you the glorious news
so the Union throughout its breadth .and
extcnt'hss siVed itself. Applans",
then, allow in once more to ask you
Sreihey against whom yon are contend
I anneal to the. Chicage nlatrorta. The
Dt-m-sprats so-called are the advocatesof in
condiiional S'frenler. not of t!i tn-.my to hi
but nf u to the enemy but 1 am answered
that peaceful as ihstt tdavtfWrnr is,- the tnsn
who stands upon it stands emphatically in
the attitude of war. A warrior whose
first move is a remonstrance; a warrior who,
instead of i e logic of the mtisket, re com
mends the exhaustion of all the arts of
statesmanship rec ignin-l in civil life; a enr
rinr who. inttetti nfUmhiag th line of tu
enemy, would breik tha kvirt ofhliemtrt
Applause . He a war Demcrat. and lie
on the Chioago platform: it is impossible.
J mm ol the oluntirne had two faces one
of war and one of peace. Lh Janus rot ire.
an I George B. MoUiellan hereafter stand as
the emblem ot pro-Slavery Demoeratie war
lo save a Republic, f.r I know of rro trtter
doubln-faea ihnn that imposed upon :Q so.
B. McClellan." ...
October and the Presidency.
[From the New York Daily Tribune.]
The Unionists of Indians have settled all
question as to the vme of thrir State for
President. Wo einiderd her. after Ken
tucky. Missouri. D iawara anl New Jersey.
the State most likely to est her vote for
M '.Uiellan; an I wi ' lt certain (ss we now
ti) that no fifiy Eeotoral Votes ran be
given to tho Chiuigo ticket unless by the
iHt-i ot this state. - Ami yot -there It res fr
d-ty no Anierictn. ipitlifiwl to sit nn auey,
who doea not kmna that ahe will choose Lin
coln oU-otors on the 8th id nxt month.
, Lit us here slate a fact that baa eisu-illy
oome to our krfiw.'ed e. and whioh is illus
trative l the late and the pending canvass.
The Uiiioni-ts. of frdiatu. teelinV ihst
they had a right n the) votes of their fellow
fitig'ns serving their country in the ft Itl.
and that they wera likely to need them,
dispatched, soma two or three wsek. hoc,
i gentlenrmof high oharaotT to Washing
Ion lo solicit furloughs for all ihe aoldiera
from that Staten-eir, it all oould not Ins
spared, then for so many ot them asoould
be. I Thaydesird no partiality no picking
and ouHiog thev wisliod retgT'atita ia full
sent home indiserimimtcly. and the -more
the iisttar.- Their sg-rtt was cordially wel
comed, adoiittnl oonfijentially tn aar inside
view of tho Militaiy situation, and akd
whuther hn oould eoncieniimiiJy advise tho
withdrawal, even for a w!k.' of. even one
regiment trotu the service.- ln could init
respond n(5 uiatjvply; he gave up the q m.t
and went mi hid way.. And nor armies in
the field have not been wrakand by a sin
gle regiment toi strengthen lite Union cause
for tho n cent Kiectinns. - A few soldiers
have tn forloughed, mainly from hospi
tals; but tlv i lnniint deprivo l of tlnir
roles bv reason of their absence from home
in the National service, would hare given
nearer Twenty Thousand than Ten Thnn
sanl majority for tho Union -ticket. - Yet
Imii tna t.is etrried high and dry .by the
Unionists, who have m tde a cleaner sweep
of. i he State 'th-tn-any party -ever- mar'e
U'foie. Their Presidential esnva-'. is vir
tually ended, and thvy etn henceforth help
their less forlunato neighbors. An I all to
know that, when Indians goes this war.
neither in lis nor any other State of the
F.e" West is likejy to gi) .the other.
.Of Ohio; less need 19 said, b'pauj her
Un otiists have-n Ither been OeS'rir-tfifnor
disirusted. Nobody4 inrigincd that they
woitbl again pilo tip such an enorm .its
msj rity as that whereby he last year e b-o-ted
Vallandigham to stay in Canada but
all felt that she must ga as she went last
year, though nnt so overwhelmingly. But
the result has far surpassed our most sun
guind hopes. The aggregate popular mejor
ity cannot fall, below Sixty Thousand, when
the Soldiers' Vote shall have been returned,
while our gain of Members of Congress is
certainly fen and may br ftft-fVe or ouer. In
other wards, we have - fifteen" to seventeen
Uuiouists, chosen to tho next House,., inr
stead tit five (to fourteen) in this; , and the
fourteen include' Pendleton, Long, S. S.
Cox. and othornf thefiorcest toes of the A I
tniiiistrstfon'. The victory is o thorough
that Oiie. too. h heneefortl) prsoiically out
of rb Presidential aontest. - .. e - 'J
.. Pennsylvania is not; and yet sho has given
a large Lincoln majority at this alectiatn,
while the votes of her groat Union strong
holds Alleghany. Lino inter, Chester. I
(liana. Ere, Sta , 4t0 are not nearly polUil
outef becauso no adequate motive or; ex-r-tion
was presented, to many Unionists. , - Ah
Inghaiiy County will git-o Ten. Thousand
Majority for Lincoln, though sh hnsrnnw
(exclusive , of ihe Soldiers' vote) given
much lesv;, Lancaster is gqod for fflXI I,
hough she i has H''W given hut 4 0.KI.
Philadelphia on our side, 1'rks on the
other, were well foUKbt.but Philadelnhia
was an exoepiion'to the general rule. Whn
the Soldier' votes are all in artd counted,
thu State will be linmiel to have given, "not
less than lli.ooa, and mbblr nearer ;'l
IKK. m J irity Inr the Ubion fieket. electing
sixteen tn eighteen .Unien Ueprorttratim
in Congvnssout nf twenty fou,-whioh aland
equally divi.itid to the present II tne, and
ihere ia no dowbt of a- rieeided Union i ma-
j .rity irr both branches of thei Iygislntlirei
We oan do a great ileal- better than this in
November; but this is enough for the pros
silt iPennsylvaniaji has no wirrre- tdeavvJ.
voting tor MoClaiiaa-thaa fori Jeff Dsvis
himself." ton 1-1 - i-W, i-
Unionists of all be Plate! we enn eweep
the deck if we wilRs Now Jersey is going
wiih ns? Maryland in nlearty; for :;he
hardest- States to eas-nr fVir L'oooln are Kbai
tnekvt-Deliiwara and tMitaimfi.s B'tt Piirj
will-tavut her f kedatflfing 4Vwm Mi-soirrl.
wiirabaH thai Caipperhoads ol that State iw
bia tram; Delaware will now go-right;' M
even Kentucky wiH yield to the -Imi.J Ht
rwrest. Jyit os reveloesrrv fvrnoH.iit.7
not nnder tbe bead of Jal DuiNVw in
[From the New York Daily Tribune.] A TERIBLE SCENE AT SEA.
A Ship Among the Icebergs.
royage from Ansi ral'a to Taiver
pot, the Australian pdekei Itijal Standard
narrowly eacsped destruction by contact
with an ettdrtaons ioeherg off Oape Uorn.
Tua following grgphie narrative, framing
ponofene of thepasaeagora,' ii yubliabed
in the Eiglish papers; .. .rnr - , '
. I was very recently a passenger from An.
tralia lo IjiveriH.i.l. o;i hoard of .ice of the '
noblest a hips, rhe Rorsl .Starelard. belonging
ut the eeleUraie.1 "W hue Sir'. line, of
pstietj. We were upward ofthree huaJred
adulc,ilfBosrd, exclu-ire of the Captain.
n"afc'r. trwards and seteat-one crew, gtid
bail.Sss cargo three thousand bale ol wool
and,lS'JU09 worth of fold. After tho
V' witrittpcl rtritu-jte ir thea.itipid is
w r5" " 1 autip n w
'apid!yappraeyitJ,,the II rrn-' wlien' the
argather rn-came intetieeljr colli Mn;iings
n,mn n'n groups of 'passengers bu I
died or wept TowaifTTJe'liugr 'ftaiinel of ur 1
ship, tor we were) an auxiliary eriw:'to
gather a little extra warmth.. On Sundjy.
Aoril 3, latitude) 59 degreet sooth, tilfigitude
I4U degrees wear, we saw the firat iceberg,
and a beautiful sight it w is.
Monday, April 4th, opened with thick,
hazy weather, and a good brer fr, before
whioh we wer going, wii hont steam ten knots
an hour,apprehensiveof no danger. Sudden
ly we rati into a dense log, and almost immedi
ately aue of the doable look-out gave the
alarm. '"Broken waer ahead! ''and almot
immediately after. "Ice on tha starboard
bowl'' At that moment I wa writing tho
newspaper 1 conducted on board in the
engineer's mean room; but hearing tte noise,
and th ominous cry, "Halm bard a-sfar-boardt"
1 rn-hed on dark, and' looking over
the bulwarks saw, to my horror, an immense
mountain of ice tow -ring far above onr main
1 np-gal!aot mat. which Was two hun lred
Fet almve the ws'eriino. and oelretoug
(hat any man could have jumped nn to it. I
All hands wera iniiudiaiely summoned nn
deck, and everything done to prevent What
ni appeared inevitable a eolll-nton be
tween our ship an 1 the ioe'ss-g. Tho y aria
were trimmed, the sail adjusted, and every
thing done to prrunt this fearful eaafmphe.
but in vain.. The monster mountain of ice
drew aearer to us. and we drifted near-r and
n"arer to ir. At length the ineviraMe
moment o hip; on he-ivy roll ofiho ship,
and the yardvui Uaa-iuruiuat grated right
into ths solid mess ot ice, fearing oH- and
hurling down upon the declt imiuense bl'jcks
"f eo, somei of thuui of tiioruions six.. At
tho -a in in i u tut th in i ait m;t:n-
one ..f them had hi -overcoat tent in tw
by lump of bv that Tell ,iu irout of him,
yet did not touch liim. .
- Tbesoene on dcok was niw ?n Wib-aVe.
Loudly were ths twltrs Passed fore and aft
tnth.. hands, and as heartily ols-yed. to
a ?just the yards and trim the ship so as to
. J . a
help her to torge ahead ot lh iDerg,
unnr of. the Da-mengers
service in this, emergency. Under the
foreei-tTe deck were gathered g-onnsof lirtj,
pale, silent, awestruck. Two atrong. stalwart
men had hold "f oy, bands, and with Wig
neans ni tears roi our oowii mnr eiieta-,
eried' P.r merry. ' Btweerr" decks women
anl-c'iildrcn were Ion J in their passionate
orios. and iu the iotrrmedi.te was an elder
Ivgenileman, a widower, with fiv?chiUren.
Se,-.!.. .... att eveieU a.uns.in. hi.an.1 l.te
i,..m..,t;.f-.l.rr..r.tion. S-ill I hn .mat was )
mt cotiK-: again b ship's yatds erunchod :
into tho ic-hcri?; where I stood t locked np
and saw that this mountain nf ice aotatlu
overhung l ho ship, standi og then six buit
dred f-et out of wafer. There Wdre twj
large fissure running from the Inn a eonsi .
iWabln way .b'W-i. and as the J-liip rolltd
over 1 teareil Ihe vans wooni go into one ot I
these fissures. ' Ha I they d 'H'oc i they!
would have hroght down trrs of' ica'thqt
would h'Yc sent us to ihe bottom in a mo
ment. We were s ared that doom, but the
n-'xt infant tho f.vretop gs bint ' mast, ji r
botu; forolsaild y-ir.,; aind lingsail lm.nu,
and all their gear, wuiii at tho m-xt rriirMh.
tearing and splitting the anils' to riblsin.
At: tha am'j iiu t nv.ir th- foreca-tla deck
came Mlliog v tst.torri-nta of w iter, ftiolin?
the decks and ere itiog a " fresh son re' of
danger. The Uival S'sndsnl ws n walli
but. a he'pVss I ig. crippled nd disru o.led;
she prjented the m .at piria':e sppear.ino.
and with her mat., yards, chains and rnpes
all hanging over1 and dangling about in most
dangerouH oanfusioo. ihi marvel is ibst no
one was seri tusly injured if not killed.
a,.il .1,.. .,.f ..! nr.. .m. and but f r !
tk- ...;, ..r.a.h nf her ir.ii. hull, all on !
boar.) must have gone d iwo to th hotio a,
leaving no record of their fate b hind them
Boldly the ship drifted up against die berg,
her whitluoidei oooiing violently into oontuct
wi:b it, and quote from the hiw'a loir,
lest my account should be regarded' ss the
hafnraTexsggersrionol slnndsmau's fears
mashei ihe -starboard, lileboat,-earned
aw ty t'ie bumpkin, stove in all the starboard
bnlwarlrs; stove in the s'arbrttrd rpiarter in
several plao s. also the fSntain's staliin, aod
s rt' the vhronuiqetcrs flying abt ut, . Wring
the poop deck beams one foiij,' lbu dam:
igmg all tl'eabin-;'rid wihr anorher CVttSh
go it our uoivt pU't amiiWijtwr An r"-aj.i l
otjier sundiy dam irt,..At jhisttiomoiit lo'ol
do-itructioii seemed ineyiinbtc; but' as the
s-hip slowly lret nhder maioartd foreai.
hope still yemtiovtl.T, At last t tie end of
fhe berg caino in view, and we bVg'd elegr.
The berg aipesrf'r fo be" entirely' e n e!oMi 1
inas3 'n- frtgi aDd svkqut s;x bfrndred feet
h'cl)-. We 4ia'd along a'noi halt bvuiiq
of it. and fii.m th "rirt.ga of e nv. it to
elearing ili h was arsi'iir half an h-ole " '
S i fur ship's log. - Hilf an fWas yet
what a half hour! Won can fell the atony.
fhfl,wpeir,- the' wild an I all br "frantic
emotions that w r erow led int.. that shirtv
luinitio.-?! B'Si'mJ lhaiwas . of flur f a
wreck knocking al) nrt. tel the ard"r gnn
to the men. 'all was"sHeicb ' afief thrt firtrt
wild oi-y wf terror, an i Jja-uiay.'s- ,(t- . j'-ils
fi Palo and irfiwlilingj wanatsgej, first, st
tlie, ioebare.ihen at tba hIiiji presenunga
picture inosr deinifs sti'rtric'n at 'each
Bth", raasrbho, hands a. bade: esoh
other good bye; aidal taid..,expcetiiMi a
eo'-faJn watery grave " f ir my-eil. I wa tort
stiHrnod amtufaetled to teVil egelferl ,' t aerrn
ed incapable o' say i'eejig4ghh du tS
.,...meint..ioi.LiaJCeAiim.(o my re-
UVf. n f a T9wrf.,t."f. Irs uWl nd
a wojeor?,t.ssilliiteii!te gnu
.I...J n,.t,, ..! r...;..o in.Li. :,nn !.,. '
A..e -;.b .11 ibaia ..r-......l tb. V '
... .1.. J r.l ..aro . .lr '
While ibis was x ,iv or, ths nno at tho .
a a . .1 . a . a. a a I
eh,ildren I Ml Trhnuld never . ) any niore; I j
an-l W. Tioldirii TH0W psssgT "llin V
! eilmHarWrsiw 'ait fif(t.
summons to' whioh sVyttl''tliiW!
Jly. twdi A'n Jor guob teul jtft-m j
TBKMS OV ADIKH,11MAU
Org 'ibara, ibrao
-.. .... eui
adaawyaaeafd paw fax. .777, a
"fc"ferehania'adTeTiialng, imm eiaaadreg m-hit
al a eoiaanren any uaw ail per year A hall solatia
.wi axraeding kmi ekangee, ak A aalajaa, aan avat
B " Advertlarineriu ear aeeenripanMI with Jrl.we) 4i
ogly" """ ,iU' "s. and .liargsal aaaoidr
liT'SCT.fc Nnrinrt Snd Dovne Tdketja Atrao
Tivt ai.re aM a ball ike rale. .1 esduain aave
mm aim JMtjjialuiP.
S raa naaa at taoa,) aau) ar ttaiaa) ttaaaV
1 " - - Wl
t"""! i 4) ua
" . -A M
Meanwhile ihe Captain was shouting to the
. 'Y,?'' 'D M ,h8 endaof ih
lr7 again and again, for all our aafety
lay In our sdily gaining tho open .
At 'Icogik.' ntier many timea, ' Xnt yet,
aiivheMleV ;Yes, sir, close by;" and
iri o(liey Viinute we pawed ourenemy, aad
wwj in tien sea cmce more.
fbree loud choers pa-avd fore and aft,
and again waslrook each other by ihe tisnd,
and limited Uod froiird'liveranee.rTTlie
fal'topjiasiinngers Juniicdiatt ly held a spatial
religious service, and so did the interiAedi
are ano nerrsge, anu mesg srrvieei were
Cooliuugd daily till oor srrival in livarpooL
Resolutions on the Death of
Jas. H. McKirahan.
Wuerkas, During tho bstilcs before At
lams, it ifeasc.f the (treat Disposer of na
tions a af.irf. B.'in Hi..mysterioua Privi
dence, to reinive from caiih one rstremed
brother and co-bi' orer. JAg. II. McKlftA
LUANj oR the l.'ith Oaio It -:;mehtf arHll
''11FRt!., We it em it most fining, as
miuUe.rs ijftlie IVriult-Miui Literary Society.
wLosa history he adorn, lo express onrap-
.p.ai-.;.. i.: . i.. i i- . i '
. .. V...KMI , in. mii-K- int. vnu oorrowrur
hi. tint imely dealh; theu fots,
.eWcn,. That wbilo we sincc.-ely moara
the aad aVptirturs of him who-eliieiary snd
social Hfe was so intimately connected with
onr 8'jdotv, and weep, that a soldier so
brave, patriot o pnre, snd a heart so warm
with gerwrous ani uian'y impnl-es, should
be hu-hed in d ath. amid the shock of bat
t'e; yet we bow wih B.eek soWmi-sion to
the will of an A'l-Wiee Otl, who disposeth
of men a He will.
Rmnirml, That bis dying statement, I
fell at. my po-t. " is a mirror of his life, in
protaptnesa of his action, in the discharge
ol his doty, liar he shirked at no responsi
bility and ws remiss in no tsk.
Jiatoleed, That we ten lor our warmest
sympathy to Ihe family nf the decased, as
suring them that tho teachers' profession
has lost a f -ialnus work'-r, society a goodoif
iaen. and ihe army a lai'hhil soldier.
RevJiitJL That- a eofr of tiies rtsola
tiotas lio sut to tbe t imd'y nf the deceased.'
and a!sn to thn Br-tstoNr ClIROXIOLK atii
CaiFf llepublican Inr publication.
PreVt Mis (V I'rr.vniaFT.
Viec-lV's't .'ir Ai.kx-W. Moaaaoir,'
Mcc'y. .UNs V.yl-SK Hus.
K-c. See'y. Mr. T. C. MrcnE.
Commiffe. F'.rie't-.ian Literary Society.'
HopedaV. O'iio. O-t. 4, 18G4.
nisa R.vcnt.L u. eimwi
a wpjowed mother, siot rs, l-lbtht
ami in my iriei.di tu mom n her loss. 1 h.mg
w ". 'a'i-fiL'1 that our loss it her eternal
"!,'0r,,J b"u'U ,w dil.getit and
T'Cl I ti I if I & f f lft I IA A T fl Wl t- It ! I fa I ll A M U I Baa
Dbd. on the 10: h in t.. of L'l iis lmplion.W
St. Clair.-ville, in the C.b year ot her vge.
4.. tU W .J. 3t t . I .. I. ail 1
r rl . J" "ueti i ne i. r, . ..uren
,Tn7.. an K , i , , ""r
U ly 1S5?. and mamttc-J her estimate of
"S her 'laiililul attendance ou tha
Hiea"f ,f 8r-l' h rK'a 'he '' t"0:
f" ,ul,,J "nd ,'i",h was her May and
Uc " ni M!Vt r? al 0 h"' ""d
rtjAl fllV Ain lL. A fatten. gaf.l .Ilia t.t.u.a
. " : " : 'ZZa AlZi
" L ".i . j -' ."".
aiuuaia iue tiirone ui ttou, wucio sicaueaa
and miirow. paiu auj death, aro lelt and
feared no moro. .
To her 1'rieo.ls at home, who were privil
eged' to see her lo her duiiiiiii'it day, and
- . .. - - -, .,
TJ'W ,hivPr'"'!A' K-
'. V" - ""-
?Ji Loioti. wo pray that ll.o sj.ixt.ljibg
Hifu.-iioes ot D,vii,e grace may be so im-
P'l 'hat tl.ey may tollOW IllT ai she fol-
hwM k't .l 1 '' nen tl.6 rtOIUJS'
ani the" battles cf life nre over, they may all
meet ngnfii ati J vpend one nlmlo t,;eru;iy
toevhet io tbe Paradise ot find.
Tot heavy a weight for Littlo Mao ra-
..Our. army can lionr t of a Mower and Sick1
los-w'uy ahoulrl it not bo able to nap tha
UUtVcnl ot vicvotj
"The metrnds'by wh;c' tin wir do''it is to
bo pa.d an I i lie rebellion ci a-h d are very
siimlar; for the on i m ist 1)3 accoiuplished
by a uvcecfu1 tag, the oilier by eucuofiaiu
In vieW of ihe fast that Clement L. Vai
IsuJtgha'm, ibcesi ed traitor, i.-.i.ow stunip
lug the Uoion tor McClellan. letn cats
ought not too-HMptain of a want ofClemoute
cy in I hi A JaiiuiBiraiion.
Gen MclellurYboetiiiti a member of a
religious aeci cal :d Q't ikers during the
"e natiroiuiu4iiu oi me Army ui na
i ! i .- . . . ..
btS ur.4 thc.cta
by woodua '
Tubal is aaiJ to have inventsd stringed
iiutrauaents... It ia mom than iike'y hie
iii'sleio nsiH-isitke wi I bo laut-'bt to play
upon an iu-truiiitnt with a single hiring.
The Perdition Wretch.
f t'llfSS Jiff rsoii Dnisvi-itc l NkwEni?
land,', and in his speeches at Poit'and atd
Angtjsta, nn 1 other i-uern ciii.-s, he mad
teio-iied prwiestNiion nf his devotion . ta
the Ctrioa, - At Port In nd, Maine, beaouidr
dji an clsbcrs'te ealocy of tha Union ia
iliee words ; . . . . , . f
' Jf at eOiiVei future linie, wl:eii Tarn ruin
cleif wltlt f ho dut, and tho itriu of my in
titut laiwhas.ispen nerx'id for deeds of men
!iov, tbe s'iriiMl" warehonU tmrst upon
ysnr eity.I f'l flafreirn( upon his inhcr
i'ingibc ii'ift nV-to1'Jri' ao,'e tors mid mine, I
lus.y pledge l'W io I loitva.' iloiis hour to stand
by yenr side in the deli rise nl jenr l.fsnl.
-and its maintaining the honor of a
flag- who oiuWulldtivin". though torn an t
miied iu to any a buttle by sea and laud,
has n.iver b. i5 siain-'d with di-h'-nor, and
rill.' I trn-t! forever fly as I'ice astbebietx
rliicb.uiiftlds ir. . f
" " ' 'I
it.-:-.'1 . . . . .
Mr. ."AMfJKfc Ukals v. of Wheeling town,
stiiK'Tl" 'miou c ilniy, hns p trehase I nf Mr.
Xlf. lM 1, 9iiighim and K C. K-IN, r.r .
Vi''lur)tit, s:iei rx.lwkrg'crl Imelr, Prineft,'?
for wl K'H be paid W.HfW. Judge iufornt
that tbis is ihe. fjuost buck eVer' brrnvht
ta tUs eototry. lie can lie ,en af Healaa's
ayi, -jjWool 'ower fiud in prnte iheif '
8o.kb"Tiorn' thisluirk. ."Oiiif i Sentinel. ,
iiA ti.o ' I ' ''aaii ' '
j.r,. wri'ing. from WindusLr. irginia,
rgrk S,,,e,.i,;,Mr rliiosirsl".. when he
U.w 1 1,11 li0'? ;'; k M ,un.J Firhej's J
fiiil, eiciafmcD, ."T
ere gor-lsni'luer jlaejje'
ef Ikjgti ja! ' "
A S:(Tt Vrinng officer with Wm her-