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GREAT NEW ENGLAND REMEDY!
DR. J. W. POLLAND'S '
GREAT NEW ENGLAND REMEDY! WHITE PINE COMPOUND.
It u early iln iprfcic of 1SS5 that flii
'T was afflict) with u irntaltou ol the throat'
atn-mtrd with diwirwublp cuuxh. I hud for
oine nivatus pr kjub thought UuU pceparatitMi
baring for it twis the mimU" barlLof wliita pic
might be m compouDiled as to be very u. ful in the
e of the throat and limps. To test tb value of
it in the cam alluded to, 1 cutupoiiiiUed. mail
quantity of the nediciue that I had boeu planuiug,
, and pave it in teaspoonful doce. The result whs
exciiuf.y gratifying. Within two days the
irritation of the the throat was removal, the wnicli
aubeidfxt, and a )etdy cure wh effected, bwi
after this, I seut some to a lady in Londonderry,
H. H., who liad been sufftriui; for sota weeks from
bad couch, occasioned It a sudden cold, anal had
raised mucof streaked w ith Mood. Sue eouu fuund
relief, iud Kent for more. ISlie took about ten
ouuees ot it and eot well. J. B. Clarke, esq., 1
itor of the MaucheMter Dally Jlirrar, made trinl
oi the Hnie preparation in the caw of a severe cold.
and was cured immediately, lie was so highly
Pirm""i wu n tne renuiiH, auii so counuent oi nv
rn attending its sales if placed before the public,
that he finally OTudedibu to give it a name ad
send it abroad.t btui-ftt ihe suflkriitg. In Kuvesc
Iter, lbb, I first advertised audcr the name of
w htte Ponud C-ompouud. In two yearn from that
time there had been wholesaled In Maucbeflt-r
alone out ltwir1 doton' trortli, where it took the
lead of all the ronfh -rematiien in .the market, and
it still maintain that sortition. There is pool
reason for all thi : it i very soothing and heatiiig
in iu nature, is wanuiug' to the stonmcb, and
pleasant withal to the taste, and is exceedingly
'Ak a remedy for kidney complaints, the White
Pine Compouud atande wnrivatled. ' 1t wnsTiot
originated for that purttwe, but a pernon nuing it
fbracouKh. was not only c n ml of t lie rough, but
was also cumd. of a kidney difficulty f fa-a jhwm'
standing, biure 3iat acoideutal discovery, tunny
thonsands bav nmd it Ur 4 bt suuic voiupia.ut, and
nave been completely cured."
The above was wri'ien by Dr. Polland in 1800
rJinca then, a in Mancktsjter, tlu White Pine
Compound has taken, lha lead of nil Cough reme
dies, as well as preparations for the cure of Kidney
difficulties, in every city, town, village aud hamlet
throughout the New England States.
The pafet yeaxliari (ivc freat opportunity tb t-st
ne virtue oi tne wnite roiintl toUionud. 1th:
been an unusual time for Colds and Coughs, aud
er large quantities of the White Pine Compound
nave Deen solo ana uwea wirti tne nappjetit ttoct.
It speaks well for the Medicine, and the people
wnere tt is preparen are uigti m no praise.
One bottle of tliis Com)oucd is (generally Nifti
cHut to remove abad couch, and fresitentlv I hnvi
a cold entirely removed iu two days, by utdng V-tm
man nan a itouie. r rum one to tw tjaspoonlu
le a large dose. I sometimes put a little white tm
frar and not water with it, when taken on guiug to
The limits to wlitvh I purposely confine niveelf
iu tliis circular, will not allow of that full expres
sion which I would like to give iu favor of the
" uuv nor vompouiui. it ts universally admin-d
vw an wno use it it lias attained to such a popu
larity among those whose opinion is valuable iu
i, that tanitv mar Dossitilv in itart nroniut nin
so reivru more nere tnan hurried peopla will hav
patience to read ; so 1 will stop, by merely recom
tnenaiufr to nit who need a conich or kidnry rented
to test the virtues of the Wuite Pisk C'oufoinv
A very large number of important tvstimoiuato
have already been received front Physicians, Cler
gymen, Apothecaties, d indeed, Irom ail ciass
is society, speaking in the moat OAttci uig Wrue of
the White Piu Compound. '
Ir. 'ichols, of North&eltl, Vt.t aaysi; ,
"I find the Wkito Compound to he verv effira.
eious, not only in coughs and other Pulmonic affec
tions, but also iu affections of the kidueys, debility
01 ine Bioiuacn auu oiner s-inoreu organs. '
Rev. J. K. Chaw, of Bumney, N. 11., writaa
I have for years repardtnl your White Pine
Comprund as an invaluable remedy. I can truly
ay that I rejrard it as even more efficacious thau
ever. 1 have just taken the Coiupouud for a cold,
and it works cuviuiuf lyKV . - v ;
Hon. P. H. Sweetser, of Sonth Beading, write':
" Having loug known something of the valuable
medicinal properties of the White Pound, 1 was
prepared, on seeing an advertisement of your White
fine lonipounu, to give tne niemcine a trial. It
has been need by members of mv family far several
years, for colds and coughs, and in some cases of
serious money cumenmes, witn excellent results.
Heveral of our friends have also received much hen
fit from the Compound. Wv intend to keep it al
REV. H.' D. HOIMiK,
Of Wt Kaadofpfa, V, who is a practicing physi
cian, as well as preacher, in a letter to lr. P.,
dated May 21, tftU,may: "1 6ud.it an excellent
medicine in kidney disease."
FROM A BOSTON PASTCU.
Boston, January Iti, 18iC.
Be. J. 1'. tolUmtf, M. D. : Dear Sir: Your
W'hite Pine Comound has been uned in my own
family, and I know of others who have nsed it, al
ways with a good effect, and I fe1 fully justified,
and it is with pleasure that 1 say thtrt I regard it
(unlike most preparations of the day) as wholly
deserving of the entire eoufldence of the public.
Hot only do I consider it a afo, but aa efficient
remedy for all diseases of thetbrwit. -
FROM JAMES J. HOYT. .
Bk UH-omo, N. H., nVptejnber, 18li0. -
Dr. Folnmt:lm tlie fall of lt07, I took a very
cold, which brought au a vry sevr Oough, pain
in the side and lungs, and raising blood. I was
alto very badly a (11 ic ted with thut troublesome
disease, the Kidney Complaint. 'or tho three
years past I iiave been vory much trocbted
with mv throat and luiic. chokinv ud and raiioir
an immense sight, with a bad couh after raising
blood ; I felt that my time here must be short un
' less I soon got relief. In the spring 1 was induced
to try your White Pine Coniftouud, though my
faith in it was small. But to my astonishment,
before I had taken two bottles, aiy congh was bat
ter, the kidney trouble also, and 1 could rent
nights without choking up aud raising so much. I
have taken nearly throe bottles, and am feeling like
I would add that my-father1; family la Inclined
to consumption, my father, ntvblicr and two ais
ters having died of it. - '
Several other clergymen and pnysiaiaatf have
ulso written to Dr. P., highly approving of h'w
White Pine Compound
FROM ELKKY E. CAHOON.
BBCWRTF.n, Mt-d., March 19, 18ti3.
Vr. Poiinl:-l feel it my duty to inform you of
the very great benefits I have received from the
use of your White Pine Compound. In Au'cuet,
lw;it I took a very severe add. which continued to
afflict me, increasing ia severity, attended with a
wy hard cough, night sweats, and some bleeding
probably from the niroat. Through the fall auu '
winter my cough was very distressing, reducing
my flesh and otfoagtb, audi rendering me unht &r
labor. I tried aii-dicine of various kinds, but ,
none of them,- however valuable, gava me any ra- j
Iif. In March, lHiiii, as yon may remember, I
wrota to you, stating my difficulties and asking
advice. Yon sent me aoaie of the White Fine Oom
pound. I commenced taking it, and iniuicditttely
began to amend. At the time of writing to you,
my weight was oafe-135 pounda. In five waeks I
was out in active labor, aud in a few months had
gained up to a 100 pound. I kttotr that it was the ,
White Pine Compound wukk did all this for me. 1
oon began to have persons apply to me for the
medicine, aud, a yon know, I ordered it for sale.
In eight mouths, though without making much
exertion, I dit-poscd of s4o bottles of tun Compound
here on the Cape. - '
1 would add that several persons of my acquain
tance, whose couditiou was as hopeless as my own,
have bean cured by the W htte Piue Compound.
The White Pine Compound advertised at length
in our columns, is not only as to its name inviting,
but a highly approved medicine. Dr. J. W. Po
land, the inventor, has the confidence of the many
who know him, a confidence which he enjoyed
while laboring usefully many years as a Baptist
minister. His experience as a sufferer led hiiu to
make experiments which issaed in his medical dis
covery. Boion Watchman ami Reflector.
Tlie editor of the Manchester Daily aud Weekly
Mirror, in a leader of the Daily, thus speaks of the
Cempound: , , -
The WTiite Pine Compound li advertised at
mv.cn length est our columns, awl we are happy to
Wru that tlie demaud for it is increasing beyond
all previous expectation. " It is tlie very beat med
icine for coughs and colds we know of, and no fam
ily that has ouoe used it will ever be without it.
Wt speak from our own knowledge, it is nnre to
kill a cold, and pleasant as sure. Ihe greatest in
ventions come by accident, and it is singular tht
the White Pine Compound, made for Colda and
Coughs, should prove to be the greatest remedy for
kidney difficulties known. But so it is ; we cannot
doubt it, so many testimonials come to as from
well-known men. Besides, the character of Dr.
Poland is nch that we know he will not counte
nance wrong- for years a Baptist clergyman,
studying medicine to find remedies for his ailmentu,
with a delicate consumptive look, standing with
one foot upon the grave, "he made the discovery
which has saved himself and called out from hun
dreds of other the strongest testimonials possible.
We have known Dr. Poland for years, and never
knew a more conscientious, honest, aprigbt ulb,
ud we are glad to state that we believe whatever
be says about bis White Pfue Compound.
KkniJd vo tkitil favorably of this merfiewrf,
be careful when purchasing it that it is tftc
WRITE FIXE COMPQUXD tiiat is offered
ydtt, as toe hnoto that other preparations have
been palmea ojjor i- oy .
The White Pine Compound
I MannliictorM l lue
NEW ENUiAJiD BOTAMC DEPOT,
106 Ilattover, Street, Boston,
CK0JJGB yr. 6WETT, X. D., Proprktor.
tTuiler th 'snperTUion ot) t . . : i
REV. J. W. POL.AXP, M. D.
BB. 8WETT Kill attend to the buinM t'l-
axnt to whom oil orttsri should be KWresMKI. -
Sold by Wholesale dnd Retail Dealers in
BrRNHAHS AM) VA SCHAACK,
t - CHICAGO, ILL. . 'J
JOHN D. PARK,
CINCINNATI, .0 - -
GENEMlL AGENTS TOE TBI west.
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- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1865.
VOL. XIX-NO. 245.
New Dry Goods
J. ji. HOWEIl & 0.,
; 121 Ontario St.
() M0XD1Y, 10th -IXSTAST,
- v - V t
Will be opened th'1 Largest, moot Eh'gaut and
Complete 6twkt4 of
In the City, comprising
Everything to be found in the Market
Our Stock liae Uteii carefully selected by persons
thoroughly exierieuced in the buiuess, and the
HulectM-n f -thsj prtstt nt tock has Insen necially
adapU-d to tlie -
Fall and Winter Trade
Th.- season of width ie jurt now comuiencing.
Our .Stck ii1 entirely new, and we fuel cunfliU-ut
awrtiuei M for styles aud Qnalirj of Guwb,
csavot be wnIUM' tbat f hoj Establish-
aieat West of New York City. ,
Our Room,, aleo, re ne.w, mad have boeu fitted
iu' the most Eb'gant Slyle, and nothing Iimh
spared to make il the finest Store Bouui in
cily for the Dry Uood. Bu.uiesd.
We cordially invite the Public to call and exam
amine our Stock, and we can aatturc them that it
be to their advantage to do so.
Kemnuber the Opentng
' Monday, 16th
' J. M. IIOlt ER
124 Ontario Street.
"pvOMESTlt'S. We otter to-day, a large
oi 011-aclieil ano Krown Miei'tmpit, snirt
(.'autn Klaiuiels, Tu-kH, ?triiett. and cvott
the lino of IHoaeKtir Dry tiiKKis. at low
TAYLOR, IrRISWOLO A '0.,
- zi rnpenor aireef.
CIIAW'LS. 1,000 Wool Shawls, Single
una jjuuuie, at'W rairernp.
, GUIS WOLD k CO.,
217 Superior street.
NEW D1SESS GOODS In great varie
ty, ojicued to-day.
TAILOR, GRISWOLD k CO.
217 Superior street.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 17 and 18.
Large Sale of IJry Goods, &c
AT AUCTION BY 0. CUTTER A SON.
CUTTER & SOJf will sell at Auo-
tion on Tuesday and Wednesday, ftctober
and 18th, at their Auction Boom, No. 1.J4
ctrcet, commencing at 10 o clock A. M. each
a ooitigiitneut of Dry Goods, Ac, eonxintiug
part of Satinets, Cloakiugs, Shawls, Blaukets,
tarn. Woolen cocks. Linen bheetiug. Pil
low C-wse Linens, White aud Brown Linen Table
Ianiark, Ladies aud Gent's fine Linen Handker
White and Brown Linen Table Cloths for
tension aud tea tables, fine Linen napkin. Irish
Doylies, White and Brown Linen Toweln,
extra nice. I urown anu iHeacneu Jiuen
Birdseve Diaper. Also. 20 dozen Mt-u's
Cloves and Mittens, Pocket Cutlery, Yankee
attention of Housekeepers and Dealers is re
to this sale, as the goods are all fresh, and
to be sold without any reserve whatever. Will
opeu for iutpcctiou on Monday afternoon, loth
Terms cath, bankable funds, at time of sale.
Icctrical Manufacluring Co,
Fchn & Kramer,
Touiis's Electro-Thermal Bath,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
"Models and Small Machinery of all kinds
Brass Finishing, Repairing and Jobbing done
care and dispatch.
NO. 64 CEN THE STREET,
Dennis Holt's Machine Slop,
je9:K4:lstp CLEVELAND, OHIO.,
AND 36 PROSPECT STREET,
CLEVELAND, 0UI0. ,
BATHS OXE DOLLAR EACH.
T. KKiMEK, M. D., Physician,
Hiiun, 9 A. M. to 12 M. aud 2 to 6 P. M. ;
Patk-uU can be acconunodKU-d with Board
I'urc. )' ni l-tp
to derive theterm " Fenian " are so
fitilures, but tliat lie bus just hit it. He
that as all Irish revolutions have in
sort depended upon French help, and
tho ouly actual benefit they ever got
that country was St. Patrick, they
determined this time to have the first
installment in advance; and My as they
find nothing else at hand, they
upon tne adjective Faineans, and
transformed it into Lei Faineant, literally
"Do-Nothings." If that is a correct
statement, we half believe our friend is
for they are thus far Do-Nothings
The name is a good offset for
X. T. Times..
Partial returns of the new census of Il
linois show alarge increase in the popu
lation of most of the counties in tho State.
McLean county has increasffd 11,000 in
years; Ford county has increased 25
cent. It is estimated that the whole
population of the State is. 2,300,000.
Island has a total population of 184,
958 a gain of, 7,810, or 44 per cent, since
Hon. S. P. Chase is visiting at Jay
at Put-in-Bar, enjoying himself
as report says, fishing, boating, etc.
Apropos, the' Sandusky liegisier relates
following incident of the Chief Jus
tices angling experience : He was out a
or two ago and caught a splendid
muscalunge, audjustashe was getting
over tb' side of the boat, his mouth
watering for baked fish, Mr. Musca
lunge caught a glance of "his Honor," and
preferring not to appear before so high a
tribunal without a formal writ being first
served, absconded, leaving "his Honor"
meditating on the uncertainty of all earth
ly matters. But Mr. Chase, not satisfied
such rude treatment, determined te
him next day, went to the same
and made a diligent search for him,
inquired of several fishermen if tliey
eea his niuscalunge.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER U, 1S65.
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
Van Gorder's Woolen Factory, in tliis
place, vat entered on last Saturday night,
ami about 200 worth of tjoods takvu
A boy iiaBilTjohrt. Ivingj-fgod' about
16 years, an empleveef "tlie A. & . W.'
"'"", hi liuaviiuDuri'n, was lata v 111-
jured on Friday last. Ho was on thecow-
caicner lur tne purpose of attaching the
imwuiuuvt iw a cur, wnen me eiurwe maao
a sudden start, causimr him to fall in front
oi u. l lie wneels passed over his limbs.
severing the riirht lctr above, and the left
leg peiow the knee, causing his death
niuun tne same Uav. . f .
A little irirl asred alwiit 12
ed into the family of Sir, Harrison E wait, of
nowmuu, was verv sonouiHv iniurnH nn
.Saturday last, in conspoiipncn nf fnllinn.
r . , ' . .. -1- c
irom a norso, ana tlie animal tramping
iiuuitucr loreneaa. Aiie patient will nrob-
jiiie arrcn wrunicie savs that a
rmillff hihti. tVirmerlv tit lllut nu- A
- s , - j v.. i-ii.l , . 1 v., iiuiIIUU
jonn oupfio, ana late ot the arm v, iu
dueed a widow woman named Mrs. Alor-
risscy, who has ture childre,:o scoiae
witii irom jNew lorkfo Warron: recent 1 v.
under rromise of marriaire. Sunnln nr.i
cured a license and the marriaire was lo-
gawy penorniea. i ne noneymoon, how
ever, was of short duration, inasmuch as
on the day succeeding the n larriage, Sup-
i , . . , c , fui)-
Ft"l..h l.Wl"W.n"!: h"
"c jiuu uui mm unr. una hu-
dressing her in tho vilest terms that vul-
purity could conceive. H-is gujiposed to
save goue to Wooster, iu . this State, and
will perhaps be looking up unother wife. .
. The miners were on a strike last week,
but getting the advance they wanted, went
to work again m a tew days.
Jir. juiin ilisey was tnrown irom a
sulky in New Springfield village on Sat
urday last, and had his jaw broukn. His
horse took fright at the steam saw-mill,
upset tne suiKy, ana tlie tire struck JVlr.
H.'s face. vl n -
Colonel Jamo Duuiarg, of the War iJe-
purtDicnt, lormerlj-editor ol tneJIahoning
4iaru, to lit ivwu uil n VIMI U 11IS 1UIU-
ily and friendsJ lie returns to his Dost iu
a weeK or ten uays.
Cary Vcstern, tho negro boy who was
sentenced to two years in the Peniten
tiary, at the spring term of the JIahonin
Common Pleas Court, for buruinjr thebaru
of buiglcton King, Esq:, in Youifgstowu,
has been transferred to the licfunn Karm,
t,.. ,t:- : f ' .
The Dcorfield and niirhland fairs took
place, the former at Deertield, and the lat
ter at Garrettsville, during the lust week
in oepicuiDer, ana were quite successlul.
A bunuav tschool Convention of the
Methodist Episcopal Church -of tlie Ea-
vanna district will be held in liaveuna on
the ilth and 23th inst. , , , , . .
The Sunday School Convention of the
episcopal Church, Cleveland
district, was held in Painesvillo on Tues
day and Wednesday of this week, Elder
Wilson presiding. The afternoou was
devoted to hearing rcjiorts from various
Sabbath Schools in the District, which
were of a very encouracina character. In
the evening tho church was well filled by
ine enuarea oi various scuools together
with parents and friends, t ,After the siirg-
i i : . i ."ii mi. - . . .. r
he oi a nviiiu, me ;jev. inos. uuv, m
Willoughby, addressed the Throne of
Addresses were then delivered
the children by Rev. 3Ir. Gresir, form
erly of tho Painesvillo Circuit, and Rev.
Mr. W oodworth, ot the Congregational
Church, which were very interesting and
listened to with close attention: after
which Rev. A. C. Tibbits, of Geneva, made
some very excellent vremarkd to parent
ana teachers. 1 ho exercises were enliven
by the singing of familiar Sunday
School hymns. Wednesday morning at 9
clock a Children ITayor . Meeting was
eld, and at half-past 10 a sermon was de
livered by tho Rev. Mr. Guy. The exer
cises on each day were of a very harmo
nious and : interesting character, and wc
cannot but think -tauttue gathering will
tne means ot inucn. good toau wno in
auy way participated, and givoan impetus
tne important work ot fcabbath benool
nstructiou throughout tne town and dis
trict x s
The Akron Beacon states that some tract
irunken : rowdies troiu (Juyanoga falls,
while in Akron on Thursday of last week,
made a disgraceful assault upon : an inof
fensive colored man of tliat place, knock
him down and seriously injuring him.
A horse which had been left unhitched
near the depot at Akron on Saturday last
away and against a fence with such
loroeasto kill .it. ine norse, wnicn was
worth $1 50, was the property of a Middle-
John McUullough, ot Akron, a member
the 3tU Ohio Battery, was struck by a is
falling limb, on Saturday last, while en
gaged in felling timber for John Mack,
Esq., and Very severely injured. It is
thought, however, that he will recovert
The election for Directors of the Mans
field Machine Works, which was held last
Saturday, resulted in the choice of the fol
lowing named gentlemen : H. Colby, A.
Grimes, E.,bturgcs,- br., E, a... Rees,
At a subsequent meeting of the Board
Directors, held on Monday last, the fol
lowing officers were elected: , .
President H. Colby.
Secretary A. L. Grimes.
Treasurer E. Sturges, Sr.
Superintendent E. H. Rees.
Whilo engaged in picking grapes, at the
of a high ladder, JUr. .Robert 1 eaman,
Mifflin township,- fell to' the eroond.
striking on the back of his" head, and be
coming entirely insensible. At the pres
time he remains entirely unconscious.
and fears are entertained that be will not
recover. '' " " ' -
Tlie Mansfield Herald isays that Mr. S.
Myers, of Shelby, recently found
troleum indications in his cistern and that
pumping It oiy. on. oozeu no. irom me
bottom. A company nave aireaaymaae pro
posals to Mr. Myers for leasing the property
propose to commence operations im
The Erie County Fair is iu progress at
Sandiifky citv. i- -i
county agricultural society took place last
week, and was a greater success than any
preceding one. .-I'hd ! receipts '" were
$1,458.30.- f.-TR . -
On Sunday night last, a flock of -sheep
belonging to W llliam Uoleman, ol i rank-
On Friday the 29th ult., two sons of Mr.
Charles Lee, of Penn township, aged re-
townJhip, was attacked hy dogs, and
mty-si lof -them -were killed and
i . . t the
unaea. : r...i
spectfully ten aud eight years, got hold of and
tneir lathers revolver, m tne absence ot
both their parents, . and the- yoiwger boy
was killed by its accidental discharge. -;
A Good Idea.
The young men of Mobile are a cute
set. One of their city papers savs they
find out how a young lady stands in solid
euarms by asking her, "Has your father
been paraoneu t nnuing out, of course,
whether or not ne comes under the20 nno
Clause.-. B?" votmgfvers. ot itont-
gomery iyvv-"y w-tUQnigpmery
Jiaoet WKf. nnnod
The potato disease has appeared veTy
FROM THE OIL REGIONS.
New Railway Projects.
[Special Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
RENO, PA., Oct. 12, 1865.
The success f the only two' railway
now penetrating the oil region, or its im
mediate Tiomity the Atlantic and -Great
Western, with its Franklin branch, " and
tjio Oil Creek Railroad. has waked the
people and the capitalists up to the neces
sity of more lines to accommodate the
I large ana , constantly increasing traffic,
luit h fro rhf n. r.c A ......i;....i,.
we find several new lines, projected, of a
portion of which 1 give you tlie following
The wonderful development of the Pit-
hole region of course makes that the cen
tre ot attraction to railway operators.
Hence the projected lilies oneiiimr comnm.
1 . " - .
i mcation with that section come first
public estimation and importance. At the
present rate of production, there is a daily'
yicm oi irom 3,uuo to i,ouu barrels of oil
the relative value of which to the producer
depends upon the cost of transportation to
mafiS.. I The teams which are ehi-MDwl
in hauliiii; this oil charge an nvuram nnVn
of $3 per barrel from the wells to" the pojut
of railway shipment. Of course this de
tracts from the profits of the well ow
J""" umereuce ociween inw excessiy,
charge and the freight which Would b
charged by a railway5 line. All producer
wav linn. All nnulnmj
Hiv bnvjiciuio KiKvyiy iiuvi esieu in seeing
the completion of a railway to Pitholo, es
pecially in view of the fact thut durin.r
the ensuina six months teamim' will 1.2
almost impossible over the badly worn
roads of this section. The first railway to
ientu x nnoie win secure tlie trullic and
realize an immense revenue to the build
ers, as well as prove a miblic Mpssin.r to
the operators and to all visitors, who now
trump, irainp, .tramp ' their weary way
through the mud. Titusvilleand Oil Cily
have bicn enquired in a riviilrv f.,r.ihi"
trade, the former bv meausof a nlank r,nl
and the latter by ra'ilway up the Allegheny
tothe-mouth of Pithole, and thence un tb
course of that creek. A new route has
uow been projected, and workmen will 1.
engaged in its execution thecomin gweek.
This route leads from this town and the
railway station of Reno to Pitlml,. W
of Cherry Run and Plumer, not Huveu,
including Oil Citv in iu coiirso lmi
lowing Shafier Run un to its sour.-P. (l.oi.
crossing the dividing summit to Corn plan
ter Run, and following the general course
ui umi siream io uu ureek: strik n.r ,..i.l
croseing tliat creek near Rouscville, and
eiituimg mere me uuerry Kun valley.
xnis route Has been surveyed and decided
upon, ana Hundreds of lahinviK will i..
wieiaingtnepicic and spade in Its behalf
eany nexi weeK. The distance to Pithole
by this route will be eighteen miles from
Reno, tho road connecting with the Atlan
tic and Great "Western Road at the latter
point, ine men who are at the head of
tne enterprise, know no such wnnl i fi.n
and if any sceptic sneer at tlie idea of
commencing and completing this distance
season to tuke advantage of this win
ters trade, all I have suy is that the road
will bo built, and some of these morning
before many months have mlli-il ,ir,,ri
the tourist may step into the cars at Aleud-
viue ana not sou His boots until he ster
at i ituuiQ vity iiseu. onoulu f
you the names of those who are at the
helm' and who cuarantee its snm. tn
would acknowlcdgtUhe ground work ofniy
faith in this road beincr the first to ini.r
Pithole valley. The grades udoii this
routa lire no beav er thnn n
many of our great trunk lines. -
The completion of this rilw.,t- ;n ..aa
inucn U) Uie rapidly Increasing lhiporlaiu e
Reno, as in that case this would be the
outlet of all the oil of the most lurirelv
and will be built within a year.
laiheaoi. ine great point underadvisenicut
the weather. Oh, for another week of
producing portions of the oil country.'
The railroad up Pithole Creek from the
mouth of tha wells, is procressinir and will
probably be completed in a few weeks.
the connecting link between that and
A. & G. W. Railway at Oil City is not
far along in the course, although quite
large force is engaged upon it.
Among other new lines of rail wav ner-
laining to this region is one the charter of
which entitles tho builder to run from
some point between Greenvilleand Sharps
burg, upon tho Pittsburgh and Erie Rail
road, to Martinsburg,in Butler county, not
from the Alleghany, a -distance of some
miles. One portion of this distance
from un intersection upon the P. fc E.
about one mile south of Greenville o
coal fields of Mercer, a distance of
twenty miles is now under con-
L. Briaden, formerly connected with
A.& G. W; Railway as civil engineer.
Superintendent. Tlie work is iu good
hands and will be of great benefit when
The Atlantic & Great Western "Railway
crowded to its utmost capacity, with
freights, the almost unending succession
lengthy freight trains being such as to
gladden the hearts of stock and bond
Thegrand excursion of next week is much
glorious October days as we have had
week. Then in tlie'contcinnlation of
gorgeous dyes of the wooded hills we
make the cavalcade of horsemen for
the many tribulati ns of the under
passages which Ave cull roads.
Winter Appleo for Sale lu car-load
at 88 S'.TWiii street. V
eUaiSt E. -t'UlTUELL.
nlee article of Itottletl Ale nnl
Porter lor nle at bamlft' Ale Agency, U7 Buuk
street. Alws quarter barrelM Palo fn-uui Ale.
odfi P. O JIARAH, Airci.l.
Trotting on the t'leveliiinl lrivii
Saturday, Uctulier 14, at 2 1". 31..
Purse S1U0, best 2 in :l, to wagonx.
Wm. II. Potts enters Black Jake.
Dennett " Belle Boyd.
f.iwooa 1 -- i-alciien.
P(Kla win be sold at F. Kim1ierli'y, Fritl.iv, at
M. Aduiittauce to Track, 5U ccuu.
oc.H:2M i- WM. H. POTTS, Snn't.
Feneb-Blow Potatoes By the car-load, at
:14:254 . X. COTTltELI,,
Khell -Ntera and t'lnms and all kinds of
of the verv beat irmiU at Tim. rim.,..!-.
Keuowned Bostaurant, on Bank street. oel2:254
Bnekwheat Flour A good article in sacks,
from the. mill. V. 3IELIIINCH,
ocll:252 - 12 Mer in street.
Domestic Sewing Maebines Call anil
them, at No. 121 Superior street. -
ocll:i34 G. W. CROWELL 4 CO.
vTnc largest Assortment of SuikIhv
Booki iu $h city, can be found attlie Kew
Store, 108 Public Square. ' - '
Shell Oysters and t'lanM Just rneired
BuHeU'a Kew York Luncli,.corner of Michi&tu
Ontario street, uudcr the Auction Stores. - ?
Splendid Assortment of American,
Z T TTTr Tr":
f"BT re"c "lTU, 8ale chM"' at
Siew Book Store, 188 Public Souare, next to
,i n .
Gaylord'a Drug 8tore. orl(i:252TuesThurs4Sat
For Sale. A good, a8orted atick of Gnrceries
Lease of Store, with a good establish, trade.
sale at a- bargain,
Inquire at 119 Detroit
street, Vat Side.
- ' ' - -- ,.-oeW:2i4
Gent's Fnrnistaina; Ciootls Mott a
have just opened a epk-ndid assortment of
FurniHhing Goods for the. fall and winter
at No. 141 Superior street, under the Wed
Kew Book Store has Just been opened at'
Public Souare, near the Post-offlce, by lloldes,
A Wilson. ocl0:254
45oIl Conpons.-eptember, November and
January Gold Coupons and U. 8. 6 per cent.; Com-
Interest Notes of hnnirht at hie-ho.
market rates by E. J. FARMER Co:;" Banters,
145 Superior street, under Vetlifll Hoaf.'
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
South Carolina Delegation.
South Carolina Delegation. INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESIDENT
Intercession for Jeff. Davis and
Other Prominent Rebels.
The Episcopal Convention.
Mt. Hood in a State of Eruption.
Mt. Hood in a State of Eruption. Detective from England to Watch
Internal Revenue Receipts
A Whole Town Destroyed by Fire.
Minister Murdered in North Carolina.
Re-opening of Southern Railroads
Gold last night closed 144 3-4.
From New Y
Xew Yuhk, October The object of the
present visit to the South of Major General
llowarilf Commissioner of the Freed men's
Fift eatt, is; as explained by a recently issued
War Department order, to endeavor to effect
au arrangement between the former owners
of certain lands on the coasts of Georgia,
South Carolina and Florida, and the freed
meu who were located on them bv General
Sherman at the time of his operations in
that region. It appears that the negroes
have .got. tlie impression tliat they are to
uiiv uie jiums ill uucsuon. .'. .. -t
General Howard was in Raleigh last
night, and addressed the members of thn
State Convention and a large assembly of
Letter of Gen. Grant Made Public.
A letter written by General Grant in the
spring of tSB4, when he was about to be
maiieL,ieut. l.cueral, to General Sherman
and the reply thereto of the latter, have
oeen made public.
With characteristic modesty General
Grant said' that for his success he was
deeply indebted to many othcers, but more
especially to ijenerals Sherman and ilcPhcr.
sun, for tyhom he also expressed the warmest
irieuusmp.- . i . . ,
General Sherman said : "You do yourself
injustice, ana us too much honor," and pro'
ceeded nn a most cordial and unaffected
manner to declare Ins unbounded admira
tion for the character and ability of General
Grant, and the happiness afforded by his
friendship. "My ouly jioint of doubt,'' said
Sherman, "was in your knowledge of grand
strategy, and of books of science and history,
I confess your common sense to have
steady to-day, ruling at l-14j. ' The steamer
Lafayette, which sailed for Ilavre to-day,
awn out -iu,uuu iu goia oars.
The Commercial savs: We understand
that Governor Fentoil has dismissed the
charges against Comptroller BreUuan, Cor
poration counsel Dcnn, Keeorder Hoffman,
city inspector Boole- and Mayor Gunther,
which have recently been investigated bv
in this city, so far as the Dropped iue-a
ai reei ouiuussioners are concerned.
J. he Herald publishes a list of sales of
and stocks made bv the New York citv
brokers durinc the year sndinz 30th of
oune last., as required ny tho Internal Key
law. The operations amounted to
Siri IIIHI nan n i -.1 tvvt H aUU
President Johnson's Speech.
Washington corresjiondent of the
Evening Fost speaking of the President's
speech says: The feeling here is that the
speech was very kind towards tho colored
people,, but this maybe partly in conse
quence of Mr. Johnson's repeated private
assurance of his desire to do everything for
freedmeu which .is. really for their good,
he has repeatedly assured .in. private
if he was at home he would vote to give
to intelligent and industrious; negroeg.
Those here who have heard him make these
assertions, judge, yesterday's speech iavor-ahle,-
because. they know his opinion pn,
General Grant and Family.
The Post's Washington special says : Gen
eral Grmt and his family arrived here this
morning from Philadelphia.- The General
very busily engaged at the War De
partment all the morning.. Chief Justice
also arrived here, this evening.
Boston, Oetolier 13, The extensive ma
chine' shop of Walter Aiken, at Franklin,
H., was entirely destroyed by fire last
night. The shop was used for the manufac
ture of stocking machinery and knitting
needles. Tlie loss is estimated at $50,000,
New 'York, October 13. At the Govern
ment sale of cotton to-day 1,200 bales were
disposed of. Sea Island brought from 77 to
; Georgia middlings oUAaOUc ; Sew Or-'
Bki.fast, Me, October 13. A fire last
burned nearly the- eHtire business
of this cily, between Washington and
street. Over 100 buildings were de
stroyed, and the loss is at least $300,000.
tire was caused by an incendiary, and
bv a stronsr wind threatened to de
the whole city. 'An engine from Lears-
reo'tereu good service. Commander
D. Whitney, of the United States
steamer Tioga, with his officers and crew,
e most energetic in their efforts to sub
Provipf.ncb, October 13. The Randall
in Johnston, used for the purpose of
manufacturing suoe-laciugs was burned
'Pittsburgh, October 13. The following
counties e;ive Lmon majorities: .
Allegheny, 4,500 : Washiuirton, 400: Indi
2,1)00: Armstrong, 150; Somerset, 1,000;
11,11. "I I' 1 , 11. 1. Tl!- .Ail.
iiieicei, . i iioj iuiviiiiu, i,ivn; x,rie, ouu;
Beaver. 750; Blair, 700: Butler, 250;, War-!
400, and Venango 500. -The
following counties give Democratic
majorities: ; . 1 ,. : , ;
iayettc, ioO; Westmoreland, . 1,100; Cam
DUO. i ' , i
lhe lmon majority in 16 counties 12,900,
showing a gain over of 1,430.
Brailiord has 3,000 Union majority m the
. - - -
STub.NGsiicny, Pa.1 October 13. The offi
vote of Monroe county gives a majority
mc uemocrats oi j,ouu, a union train ol
since 1S62. - '. . . . -- V
Leading politicians who have been care
fully uuUuc; the vote cast on Tuesdav last.
down General -Hartrauft's majority at
The Kr Comtuinies of Piltsbure, nunt-
ington, Harrisburg and Lancaster, will proceed-
U Philadelphia on Sunday morning to
participate in the monster Firemen's parade
Monday. The Hope Company of Har
risburg will bring with them thctr steam
quence of tlie illness of Lientenant Governor
he hnsnot been able to be present
take his seat as Presidentof the Senate.
Worthiucton C Smith, Senatorfrom
FraBklinx;ouuty, has been elected Presi-
jra ItM. . ,
Governor uiiuugnajn'S majority, .as omci
ally reported, is lS.jlu, He takes the oath
ofliee and conunuicatcs his inaugural mes
sage this afternoon.. '. " . '.'
Mr. llebarcl, a prominent member of the
Hoewii introduced a bill repealine the
exempting United States seenritiea from
The New House of Representatives.
riTTsm'RGB, October 13. The Gazette says
new House of Representatives will con
of sixty-six Republicans and thh-ry-four
Democrats, and ot- eleven Senators eieht
Republicans and throe Democrats. The
Lessor, will gind ia the Senate 20 Re-
"m-10'3 Democrats, and the House
8b Republicans to 34 Democrats. The joint
ballot as 86 Democrat!:
. SjwALEAitr, ind., October IS. At the
Horse Fair, ou the Fair ground race course,
m this city, totday.the brack stallion named
Legal Teuder aged years paced one mile
m 2.20, being pniy 2j seconds less thau the
fastest pacing on record. '
San Francisco News.
. Ba Fraxcisco, October 11. Mount Hood,
iu Oregon ha1! been in a state of eruption
since Septcnioor 2:1, which, it is supposed,
had some connection with the recent earth
quake iu California, althoinrh lUn ..,.)
part of the State only felt, the shock.
The' Sacramento Cnion states that the
Central Pacific .Railroad Company has laid
its plans fornext year's survey. Thev have
developed a better line over. the mountains
than was anticipated. The directors, after
full consideration 'of the' work bofora them.
concluded that they can aud will lay a track
to Tucker river, on" the eastern sli.pe of the
Sierra JSevada, 118 miles from Sai i alnpntn
before next year. : The v have given the
to effect the
. Sak FRA3CISC0, October 10; iSews from
Kahakawa, Japan, have been received to
higher floods have re-
Lhe last of August. ,. A private .letter from
net Ijctwci. AiH.hiiiw.iit- Ifr"o
Xagaski says that
than are recorded dtirimr the last 130
Serious losses were pustained.
Advices from Asuka, tu Julv :JI". rtn,rt
the moveiheats of the Tyci-u against the
rebellious prince t'hosui. The exjetlitii.n
was rapidly organizing. It is the geuernl
opinion tbftt it will juii move toward the
seat ol" operations.
The Episcopal Convention.
PniLAnEEPRiA, October 13. Kev.' Mr.
Cornwall offered the following: J ,
Whereas. In the preface ol the book of
prayed, it is said that the attention of the
hurcb was in the hrdt Place drawn to these
alterationg iu liturcy which became neces
sary in the prayers for our civil rulers, iu
consequence, of the revolution; aud the
principal case herein was to make them
conformable to what ought to be the proper
end .of all such prayers, viz: that rulera
may have grace, wisdom and understanding
w execute juauce, aim 10 maintain irntn ;
and that the people may lead quiet aud
peaceable lives, in all godliness and honor ;
aud whereas, no such prayer was set forth
in the daily morning and evening prayers,
Besolved, That the House of Bishops be
requestedto prepare the prayer contemplated,
and to make it as full and exact as may he,
apostolic exhortation; that supplication,
prayers, intercessions and giving thanks bo
made for ail men or kings, ami for all that
are in authority, that we may 1om1 a quiet
and peaceable life, in ail godliness and
Itc solved. That the nravef, when approv
ed of by both Houses of the General Con
vention, shall he sent to all dioceses, and
when not i tied, as provided iu the articles of
the constitution, shall be substituted in the'
book of commou pntvers, for thepmvernow
use for the President of the Lnilcd States
aud all in civil authority.
On motion of Dr. Cummniff it was laid on
table. . Adjourned.
Re-Opening Southern Railroads.
"Washington, Ocfober 33. Advices re
ceived here states that the work of re-opeu-iuc
the railroads in Southern States is pro
Kauroau communication- irom UeonMtt,
Alabama and Tennessee via Knoxville,
Lynchburg and Alexandria, is now com
plete with tlie North with fveieht tarills at
extremely moderate rates.
J.ne iennessee ana Lreorgia, .Last lenues-
see, V irgmia and lenncs&ee, and Orange
and Alexandria railroads, connecting vir
tually from Washington to Atlanta, Ga.,
will transnortthe remains of soldiers from
oattie-hclds along this route tree of eharee.
Special to Ith e- Post savs: A memorial
the South Carolina Convention for the
:ardon of Davis, Trenltolm and McGrath
been presented to the President, and he
will give a rrplv this afternoon.
Alarsnai OooOJove wno is lust Horn JSorth
Carolina, says that two-thirds of the re
ports of the cruelty to the colored people in
that State are false. '
Advices from Richmond tute that it is
feared two of the Congressmen elected will
take the oath. . .
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M.
[Special Dispatches to Western Associated Press.]
Finance Commissioners ordered ten. new
ON THE ALERT.
number of detectives from Loudon arrived
the last steamer to this city, with special
nstruction It is understood, to keep an eye
the r emans, and inform tne Hrmsh
Government from time to time of whatever
facts may come to their knowled sre in regard
them. Some of these' detectives, it is
stated, have left for Chicago,. where it is. be
lieved the remans are organized in greater
treneth than ..anywhere else iu America,
exceptinc New York aud vicinity. It is
understood- that the Fenians have lately
adopted stricter rules in their communica
tions and actions than formerly reported. .
The Eight reuulai s. of the First army
hitherto doing duty ou Hart's Island
this harbor, are ordered to Washington
The directors of the Chicago and Rock
Island Railroad Company have appointed a
committee of three of their number to ne
gotiate for the purchase and consolidation
the Mississippi A Missouri Railroad, to
wnicn aireaay nave been cousiueraoie ad
vances of made.
Mrs. Anna Lozi. who suffered the loss of
lee by reason of injuries received through
carelessness of a. driver, while getting
one of Knickerbocker's stages on Broad
way, got a verdict oi'SlOOO against the com
pany in the Supreme Court yesterday.
The World's Vera Cruz letter of. October
lstRavs: On the 24th the covernment re
ceived ollicial dispatches from Count Mont
holon the French Minister at Washington,
giving very satisfactory assurances in re
lation to tne policy oi tno united suites to
ward Mexico. ' . :
Advices from St Paul state that Santa
Anna is enlisting troops to save Juarez and
upnoict tne .Liberal cause iu .Mexico. Ac
cording to the lattcr's report Jic succeeded
recruiting men, a majority oi wjioiu
The Herald's Washington special says:
Judge Lochrane, of Georgia, had an inter
view of nearly two hours' length with the
President this moning. The conversation
a wide range,-and embraced every
thing connected with, reconstruction in the
South. The Judge's record during the war
not forgotten By the ..President, and his I of
wishes and opinions as a conservative are
APPLICATION FOR NEGROES.
A railroad company in Michigan have
lately made, application to the Freedmen's
Bureau for four hundred negroes to be em
ployed in the construction of anew line of
in that State. They offer to such labor
ers eighty-seven cents per day. and board.
proper officers of the Bureau are now
m eollecting the required number
blacks and they will probably be dis
patched during the month.
"ine rimes special says : ine fceerctary of
Treasury has under consideration a plan hear
amend the warehouse system so as to i
jiermit goods to be transferred in bond from open
Atlantic cities to the
General Grant's order tnusterintr out col
troops reduces the effective ioree now
the held to 11,000 men. and this redaction.
is said, will soon be followed by another
6,500 men. leaving- standing 5,000. The f"00
economical designs of tlie Lioutenaut Gen- j
do not stop here. He has prepared a
ot over one nundred Oenerals, and is
on the Secretary of War, their irii-
THE ST. LOUIS POST OFFICE.
The St. Xouis Post Office is again attract
ing attention. The President does not seem
disposed to trouble the present incumbent.
Seftatot. latoP.-jf .FjsUyack and
General Frank Blair are now in town, aud
lull oi interest in regard to the matter.
'' Juile George W. Tashiel, of Texas, who
recently arrived in Washington as the
special agent ol that State, accompanied by
Governor Hamilton, has been suddenly
called home by the most afflicting family
INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS.
lhe receipts Irom Internal Revenue to
day is a trifle over S00,0l)U. .
.Petersburg, Va., October 13. Rev. Rob.
ert Cosefcman, a well-known member of the
Protestant ,piscopal church, was brutally
murdered near Gaston, North Carolina, on
Wednesday night, while returning from a
visit, x ne perpetrators are not yet menti
tied. The Dr. was widely known and much
beloved in Virgiuiu.
SOUTH CAROLINA DELEGATES.
W.isRiNGTON,October IS. Judge Wadelow,
Alfred Higher and Colonel Atkius, of South
Carolina, this afternoon had an interview,
oy appointment, witn the I'resident, accom
panied by W. II. Lescott, who is here on
business as Executive of that State.
The President, after the customary pre
liminaries of receptioV invited to be seated
Conversation commenced by Judge Wade
low. informing him they were delegates
from the State Conveutkm of South Carolina
stmt hitherto present certain memorials of
niaf oou.y, wmcu naii npjn vty xin.ctniip
considered in the Convention, and which he
believed true. The President inquired the
objectof the memorials, and Judge Wadelow
informed him that one was on behalf ol
Jeff. Davis, A. H. Stephens, Mr. Trenholm
and Governor McGrath, He said they had
understood that by late interference of the
President Messrs. Stephens and Trenholm
had already been released from close con
finement, and permitted to return home.
He would ask for Governor McGrath either
pardon or that he .might be released on
Earole. They could assure the President no
arm would result from it.
The President replied that all could not
be pardoned at once. The business must
he proceeded with gradually and an effort
made to executive law, a discrimination was
necessary as we went along.
Judge Wadelow replied that the delega
tion had presented no such argument as that.
The President said sometimes thejieculiar
had much to do with pardons, like many
other things in human affairs. It we know
ourselves we want to do what is best aud
just, and show a degree of humanity on the
part of the government.
Judge Wadelow remarked that they had
hot come hither to impress their own hopes
and desires, but as delegates from the South
Carolina Convention to present memorials
that body in a formal manner.
President We will, gentlemen, extend
facilities and courtesies which the ques
tions require. Wc would rather pardon 200
men than refuse oue.
The Judge replied they did not desigu to
anything iu reference th Gov. McGrath
further limn that they believed much' good
would result by the exercise of executive
eiemency Upward him.
Col. 11. said : If we can net McGrath na-
rolcd it would be a creat relief.
Judge W. thanked the President for hav-
released btephens ami Irenholm.
President We have that far anticipated
Mr. Hughes said Mr. Trenholm was one
their most useful men, aud there was no
he would exert his power with a view
entire harmony between tne btate aud
Tha President said that he understood
was so, and added that if he was com
mitted there ought to be some test to deter
mine the powerof the government to punish
crime ol a violation ot the laws and an
attempt at the life of the nation. There
should be u vindicatisn of the government
constitution, even it the pardoning
power were exercised thereafter. If treason
been committed it ought to be deter
mined by the highest tribunals. If clemen
cy should come afterwards there was no
malice or prejudice ili carrying out that
Judge W. remarked : WjJJvtrsLWiJl aware
The rrcsidont said there might be some
unkind feeling in regard to this subject, hut
did not exist to any great extent.
JudgoW. said that although hewas not 60
instructed by the convention, he would ask
whether Mrs. Davis, who was now confined
Georgia, could not cross into South Caro
to see her friends.
The President replied he had received
letters from Mrs. Davis, but they were not
commendable. The tone of oue of
them was considerably imprudent, and tlie
others were not becoming one asking cle
Jucfge "Wadelow interposed, saying she
a woman of strong feeling.
President Yes, I suppose she is a woman
strong feeling aud temper, but there is as
magnanamity aud indejiendence and
of spirit in submitting to as in
to put the Government at defiance.
magnonamity takes thiugs as they are
when taken in the proper way discon
nect them from humiliation. Manifesta
tions of defiance do no good.
Mr. Hughes remarked they had a deep
consciousness of the truth of all the Presi
dent said. ' ;
The President in resuming observed that
character of an individual may charac
terize a nation, which is nothing but aggre
gate individuals, aud when the proper spirit
manifested I can act harmoniously, but the
who goes to stake is almost dignified
his firing, as it lifts him above humilia
tion. Judge W. remarked that the tone of the
newspapers was more favorable and dill'er
ent than it had been. He then asked if
President had seen a copy of the
amended Constitution of South Carolina.
course he had seen it, and felt perfectly
that lhe person and property of the
will be protected, and spoke of the
difficulty of remunerating labor and
The President thought that many of the
would disappear if they inaugurated
right system. Pass laws protecting the
colored men, his person and property, and
can collect his debts. He knew now it
in the South. The question when firsi
presented, of putting a colored man in the
witness stand, made them shrug their
shoulders, but the colored man's testimony
to be taken for what it was worth by
who examine, and the jury to hear
after, there was not so much danger
was supposed. They in coming out of
slavery can't do without work. They can't
down in dissipation. They ought to un
derstand that liberty means work, and a
to enjoy the profits of labor. Protect
and this becoming known, and
they come to the period to feel
men must work or starve. The country
be prepared to receive a system appli
cable to both white aud black, and also pre
pared to receive a system necessary to the
A short time ago you could not en
force tlie vagrant law on the black, but
on the white man. But get the pub
lic mind right, and you can treat both alike.
us get at general principles details and
convcrsatiou of some length ensued be
the President, Judge Wadelow and
Trascatl, as to the . legislation of the
necessary in reference to the condition
Freedmen, to avoid the consequences of
Circular lo,and General Orders 14i from the
Adjutant General's Department, relative to
abandoned lands in South Carolina and
Southern States. The examination
these subjects, it is understood, will be
continued at another interview.
The President said : We must be practical
como up to the surrounding circum
stances. Judge Wadelow, Col. Atkins and Mr.
Hughes all expressed their conviction that
State had accepted the result in good
The President had stood between
and a harsh use of the power of gov
ernment. They felt entire confidence in his
purposes and actions, and hoped in return
entitle themselves to his confidence as to
feelings and actions.
The Presipent replied that he was glad to
it That whenever such mutual con-
fidence existed, would, he thought be an
road to the restoration of good feeling
a prosperous condition, and if he knew
and he thought he did, would re
commend nothing but what would ad vanes
interests. . So far from pondering or
looking to the future elevation, he must be
believed when he said he had not an eye to
preferment. If.he continued,! could be
instrumental in restoring the Government
its former relations and see the neonle
more united and happy, I should feel
I had more than filled the measure of
ambition. If I could feel that Ihad con
to this in any degree my heart
be more than gratified and my ambi
Judge Wadelow said every man in South
Carolina would respond to that,
ilf. ughesI aril sure there is on tieir
part no puny faith. They deserve your eon.
fidence and I am sure they well earn if
The President expressed himself gratified
n nu wnat naa oeen said.
Mr. Dawkius remarked that all South
C arohna reiiosed confidence in the Fresi
dent that the memorials presented by the
Chairman of the delegation presented the
true sentiments of the people of that State,
both in regard to those whom they wished
pardoued and the feeling and position of
uumu Carolina. -
The Virginia election returns are favora
ble to the elertion of Charles D. Moseby in
the 5th (Lynchburg) Congressional District
Joel H. Hogue is probably elected in the 8th
The Constitutional amendment is adopted.
It removes the disability from holding otiiee
by those who prominently participated ia
NORTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.
The Tribune's Raleigh letter of the 9th
6ays; la the convention Mr. Jones, of
ltowan,sent up an ordinance intended to se
cure general amnesty for the whole aemilit
of that State. It provides for a committee
of five to endeavor to obtain from the Presi-
tent general amnesty for all nersons in th
State, exceut such as the President: m.
choose to exclude bv name.
Mr. Brown, of Caswelk offered rejt3iit;,m
.recognizing the decisiourfhat a State had no
rignt or power to secede irom the Federal
Union. ; '
mx, mcaey ot ineronee, onereo a resolu
tion making it a part of the constitution of
the State to assume the debt of the 6auie. -
Belfast, Me., 13. One hundred
and twenty -five building were burned here
last night, iioss nearly hall a million of
dollars, ot which about one quarter was in
sured. The injured parties are not despond
ent and contracts for re-buildiug were in
progress during tne burning ol the build
THE WIRE TRIAD.
The testimony of the Wir case on both
sides will probably be concluded to-morrow
as far as it concerns the prisoner personally,
but the Government will, in addition, intro
duce the testimony of his- general character
bearing on a general charge of conspiracy.
formation from ollicial sources that the
cholera has almost entirely disappeared
irom Constantinople aud the interior.
At Palma, the capital of the Island of Ma
jorat, it appears in a very aggravated form,
anu seems to Dame human skill.
Reports reached Port Mahon that the di
sease is sireading into the interior ol Spain.
Intelligence from the Consul at Marseil
les, France, is to tho effect that this terrible
disease is frightfully, on the increase.
highty thousand citizens have left the city.
Deaths uow average between fifty and sixty
Nkw York, October 13. The Tribune's
Raleigh letter, of the 0th, says that the or
dinance was read a second time declaring
that war had settled the doctrine of se
cession,, aud no State has a right to secede
irom the L nion.
Judge Bayen Rowen said that inasmuch
a whole subject had been already dis
posed of by the passage of the ordinance
declaring null aud void the secession ordi
nance, he would move to lay the ordinance
the table. Agreed to.
The ordinance against the assumption of
any future legislature ot the war debt, on
motion of Mr. Caldwell, of Gilford, was
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
New York, October 13. The Herald's
City of Mexico correspondence of the 30th
says : The Imperialists were rejoicing over
the removal of President Juarez aud his
government from Chihuahua to El Paso,
and also at the absurd story which has been
circulated iu this country to the effect that
Juarez had dtsexte4Jiis .country and gone
Eanta re, in inc A. nitecfotatcs .territo
ry of New Mexico. Maximillian's ad
herents, however, were forced to acknowl
edge that the Republican Government
was in a much better condition to sustain
itself tit Kl Paso than Chihuahua, and that
there would be much difficulty in dislodg
ing it from the former place. Juarez has
there an immenee tract of country, and
great resources at his disposul.
Several severe victories over the Re
publicans are claimed by the Imperialists,
still the guerillas swarm on all the
highways runnimr out of the Canital. and
order seems no nearer being established
the country than when Louis Napoleon
and Maximilliun commenced their work
A General Order.
York, 13. general
order, dated October 9th, has been issued
General Grant, announcing an import
distribution ot troops, both regular
volunteer. AU the volunteer cavalry
of the Mississippi river will be at once
mustered out ol service. All the sea coast
forts south of Fortress Monroe, except
Forts Taylor and Jefferson in Florida, will
garrisoned bv colored troops, the re
quisite number of regiments for this pur
pose having been selected. All other col
ored troops will be mustered out of service.
Tho 3d Regular Artillery will garrison
forts in Maine, New Hampshire and
Massachusetts. The 1st .Regular Artillery
be stationed in Now York harbor.
4th Regular Artillery at Forts Dela
ware, McHenry, W ashington and J! oote ;
5th at Fortress Monroe, Forts Taylor
Jefferson. The 2d Regular Artillery
assigned to the Pacific coast. The 2d
Cavalry is ordered to report to General
Sherman, and the 6th Regular Cavalry is
ordered to General Sheridan's command.
4th Regular Infantry is assigned to
on the Canadian frontier.
New York, October 13. The Herald's
"Washington special says: Tho report
the President intends granting a gen
amnesty, is to-day contradicted by
those who have the best means ol know
its truth or falsity.
Post Office Department.
The Tribune's "Washington special says:
Post Office Department is making up
accounts for the next Congress, aud it
appears thut while the until service has
been sustained bv tne receipts tor postage
during the rebellion, the deficit where the
mail route services in tne ooutnern Mates
resumed, will be eight millions ol
Gen. Thomas in Washington.
Washington, October 13. Major Gen
Thomas of the military division of
Tennessee, arrived nere to-day; - He
that no black troope are being dis
banded, except where their term of enlist
ment is nearly out. That all are to be
retained on the same terms and conditions
the white troops. The General will re
main here about ten days.
The Secretary of "War has called upon
Quartermaster General Meigs to furnish
estimate of the total cost of subsisting
100,000 troops lor iweive monins.
The following exhibits the entire num
of sick and destitute refugees and
freedmen in this district who have re
ceived rations from Government as a gra
tuity during the montn ot beptembcr last :
the 15740 of this class in this city 350
received Go vcrtfnlent rations. ' Of 4US on
Government farms in Maryland 250 are
subsisted by the Bureau. Of 1079 of the
Freedmen's village or Arlington Heights
7 receive rations, and ot tne 0,000 in
Alexandria county Viagiuia- 107 are sub
ssisted by Government. No rations are
issued to the freedmen of London and
Fairfax counties, Virginia, which contain
respectively 6,000 and 3,000 colored inhab
itants. As several journals have given currency
the report that s much larger number of
freedmen are supported bv Government in
city, and that they are generally indo
and worthless, the above omcial state
ment will be sufficient refutation. There
in some instances more rations than the
number quoted issued to freedmen. but in
cases ther are given in part as pay
ment for labor rendered the Government
not as gratuitous. , 1
Report of Gen. Fisk.
New York, October 13. The Times
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Commissioner of tho Freedmen's Bureau
for the States of Kentucky and Tennessee,
under date of Nashville, October ttb'
makes a very interesting report on the
condition of Freedmen iu his Department,
from which we ouote : It shows conclul
sively that the workings of the Bureau
have acconiDlLshcd. the most beneficial re
sults, and he says, subsequently tu my lust
general report, I have visited man im
portant points in the district and brought
the good intentions of the Bureau to the
knowledtre of thousands of people, white
and colored, who had heretofore but
vague notions of its expense and objects.
I am nleaserl to renort the continued im
provement in the working of the Bureau,
and an earnest desire on the part ot the
majority of the people that our agencies
should be extended. I have devoted my
self especially to lireaking up all Freed
men s camps, reiiitree nomes anu uy
1 resolved to make a clean sweep ol
them before the winter months came upon
ns, and am able at this date to report a
decided progress. '"'
The Nashville, Memphis, President Is
land, Clarksville, LouisAiHe, Paducah, Co
lumbus, ftttllarin. Mnndersonville, ilur.
fror.alw.rn ViilneL-i Tunnel Hill and Chat--.
tenoegaettiirps, homes and hospitals are all ;
closed. jT he majority of those who have
been recipients of lliu govenvraarit lsounty .
Uiuuvry. insyare at . work lor good
wages. The exodus from crowded cities
and towns has been large, and I trust that
Christmas will find but few unemployed
people within the limits of my district.
lhe freedmen are becoming daily better
advised touching their new relations,
rights and privileges, and recognize the
importance of industry, economy and tha
acquirement of intelligence.
The county and municipal officers are
required to provide for their own poor and
care for their own sick, in order to clear
out my hospitals. The sick who were in
my haWs I am providing for in private
families, as I desired to close every door
through which cities and counties are
thrusting their sick and poor upon the
charity of the government.
On the 2d of September 979 persons
were subsisted by the government within
the State of Tennessee. During : the
month the entire number have been dis
posed of, and at this date not one ration is
Affray at the President's House.
An affray occurred at the President s
house this afternoon. A man somewhat
inebriated, called and desired to see the
President He was boisterous and officer
Crook refused him admission up stairs, he
became very disorderly and was put out
of the house, when about fifty feet from
the door he turned and drew a revolver on
the officer when the guard made a lunge
at him with his bayonet and he was cap
tured and taken before Justice "Walter,
who lined him the enormous sum of $2,000
for carrying concealed weapons. Having
no money ho was committed. He gave
his name asRubbins Sumner, and ssid he
was a brother of General Sinuiier. He
comes from Alexandria, and his name is
probobly an alius.
"Washington. October 13. The pardon
warrant of Governor Humphreys, ot
Mississippi, was countersigned at the State
Department to-day, and will be forwarded
Change of Quarters.
Fortress Monroe, October 11. Quar
are being prepared in the Carroll
Hull for Messrs. Clay and Mitchell, pre
paratory to their removal from their case
American Bible Soviett. The stated
meeting of the Managert was held at the
UiKLv 11.,.,. -tV. c.l.. ;.. , -UitUiii -
"W. Wlitlock, Jr Esq., one of the Vice
Presidents, in the chair, assisted by th
Hon. David L. Swain, of North Carolina
and Norman "White, Esq, Vice-Presi
Four new auxiliaries were recognized.
one in Tennessee, one in Michigan, one in
West Virginia, and oue in Dakota ieni-
Communications were received rtrom
Rev. I. G. Bliss, in Constantinople: from
Rev. David Trumbull, Valparaiso; from
Mr. Andrew M. Milne, Monte Vedeo :
from the Rev. H. A. "Wilder, Umtwalmi.
Grants of books were madu to the Meth
list Book Concern. Pittsburg : to the
American and Foreign Christian Union:
the American and Foreign Bible Sccie-
to the Presbyterian Board of Publica
tion; to the Episcopal Evangelical Knowl
edge Society ; to the Sailor's Orphan
Home, Iowa; for prisoners at Dry Tortu-
; to Auxiliaries and Committee, in
Southern States; to female emigrants to
Washington Territory. The entire num
ber of volumes granted was about 7,585.
Agents were .appointed tor Tennessee.
Virginia, Alabama and Florida, and two
agents to labor especially among the freed
By an estimate based on the statistics
the several Presbyterian General As
semblies for the past year, it has been
found that the average amount paid
ministers salaries in the United States
Presbvterian churches is $078, in the New
School Presbyterian churches $746; in the
School Presbyterian $843.
At a provincial Sabbath School Conven
tion held in Hamilton recently, four hun
dred and eighty deligates attended from
hundred schools. Several of our
leaders in the work were present and con
tributed much to the general interest and
ptofit- The statistical summary shows :
schools; 7,827 teachers and 50,586
scholars ; of these 6,684 are over sixteen
years of age. .. .
The Young Men's Union of the Meth
odist Episcopel Church in Cincinnati, re
solved, in view of the flood of immortali
ty sweeping over the land, to have street
preaching, in order to produce if possible
opposiug. and overpowering influence
good. A committee of five was ap
pointed to arrange for street preachjii" for
ensuing three months. a
A singular 'religious movement was be- .
iu England a few weeks a"o. It
proposed to unite the memberstf tho
English, Roman Catholic and Greek
churches in friendly communion, and the
public journals report that three hundred
churches in England have assented to tho
At the late meeting of the New York
Congregational Association the subject of
ministerial educational was discussed at
some length, and it was finally resolved
organize a State society, auxiliary to
American Education Society at Bos
ton. The Home Mission Board has appoiuted
Dr. Hiscox to spend a few weeks in
Missouri and adjoining States, to aid pas
tors and churches in the present crisis in
A grand landscape in mosaic has been
made by a clerk in the French War Office.
is composed entirely of insects of beet
les alone there are more than 45,000 of
nearly 4,000 different species, and took four
Egypt has this year been obliged to have
recourse to Odessa for large supplies of
wheat. The export trade from Odessa to
Alexandria has been accordingly unusual
ly animated. .
A grand niece of Captain Cook, the great
circumnavigator, died at Sunderland, Eng
land, last week, w here some of her relatives
reside. The deceased was in her sev-entv-fifth
'the remains of Mr. Justice Ualiburti n
Sam Slick," were interred in Islfwoitll
churchyard on the lstof October.
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