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SATL'KDaT M0RJU5G.N0VRJIBEK W
We cop the following from the Cincinoal'
eoette, a propoad representative I ibe admin
istration. ami we uppoe it speaka "h? author
My ." Although contraband the mrnemenl of
Satawa are fofeaha. wed bv an organ of the
aaoeaiamttation. We quote its cotraoetit In full,
letting the reader to draw hi own conclusions
from the facta developed:
Proa private advice, both by letter and tele
graph, we leers that Suae i advancing from
AtlenU toward Savai t .a), t vrr u. two column
The trot net out, one account eaye. the 7ib. an
other the 9tb iost , (probably the tat date, j on
the road to Macon On the 13th or 14'h mat .
it wae seeauty mi lea m advaaoe. dm lug evert
thing before it. and eVefreytny r twrifni7 behind
that could aid th enemy, end intending to pur
wae thta policy to the end The other colutnu, we
understand, act out three or four days later, and
undoubtedly intending to unite with the other at
auitable point The army ia atated in
some accounta at forty five thousand, and
in o there at fci.fXiQ, Urge porUoe being cavalry
wader KiLraraica The largest estimate la
probable, tbt array being composed of tour corps,
Sotaa am took ith him rations for many dajg,
but espected to finJ ample provisions on the
route Cora am) aweet potatoes he will find in
abundance, tod probably bogt
Such i our information from several source ,
but at the aame time it ahould be recollected
hat a t teuer t I. at the bead of a moveable army
in the field. raut act according to circumtance.
and he may be turned from the course we -up
poae birn to have taken by contingent events, of
which we have now do knowledge We under
ataud fr.m to be on hit march through (eorgia,
to make the South Atlantic Squadron, at iieau
fort, his new bwee of auppliea. if tie needs one,
but if the country, aa we auppoae, i sufficient to
maintain hie irmv tbere In 00 abaolute eed ot
any new bmae.
Here it will be inouired, whit opposition will
he encounter, and what ia hi object? There
will be uo army in front of him. and the Georgia
milula will be utterly inefficient kj obstructing
hie progress Hoon ia powerless. Lac baa n
men to -pare, and if be had it would take a
large armv to encounter $ilr.aataw The field
i. (heielore, open itefore him. and the mam
question is, what can be Accomplish. lo our
opinion, he can accomplish the most important
result reached in the war When a column
reaches Macon, it can destroy, effectually, the
oolv remaining railroad communication between
the eastern and western parts of the Confeder
I ' Ml a column ahall reach Augusta, it
lesti - ;kie Urgeat in .uut.u lories and depot of
military munitions in the South. The greatest
and almost onlv powder manufactory ia there
When the railroad to Auguna. and 'trom St
vannah to Charleston are destroyed, there ia no
further prae;icable militarr communication he
tween the country east of the Savannah ami
west of ! We hall have severed the Con fed
eracy by another impassable line
out thi is onlv the beß. mur. II -MitaMAM i
ran reach Beautort. alter a week a ret. he can
move right on through North CawwJitM to Dan
ville, thua making eastern Virginia a prison and
a grave for Lac's army and the rebel Govern
inen This, we say. is per feet I v practicable
with an avurage sh ire of luck. We do not know
that Uenernl Nmcaa x baa all thia in hit Ota
but why not? Why ahould he not aim at the
greatest results? Wha i- i i.revent these re
aults? Hi baa a large. wr!l etjuipoeri. diaciplin
ed .it mv What is there from the Koanoke to
the Tcmim s'e ' i;.pae him? Nothing tint can
oppose any serious resistance lo a disciplined
Mut what uf Root)? Hoop has no larger ar
my than Thomas has, besides all the garrisons,
gunboats and militia in the rear I; will lie leas
aafe fir torn to advance than to retreat Such
ihr nullit e of the mi'dan m eratiotea. we sup-
poiii (o te iii fatal W- w il further i ;i tor mat ion
with solicitude, but with hope that the final issue
will be brilliant and deci e
I lac ( hlef
tntler' Oraava Inirrurc.
l.en Hutler hs left New Yors: for the seat of
war, but, m ptrting. he has left behind a (ior
dion Knot lor the keen wita of our political
adepts to cut in sunder His speech, delivered
on M n tav. on the M on of the reception at
the Filth Avenue Hotel, has a significance he-
yotid what attaches to the conventional acknowl
eiigiueut of an ovatiou If we mistake not, it
ber. is mc prosj.ecl.ve policy of the administra
It is rot likely that Gen. Hotler w.u. Id make,
the ohve brtnch his theme unless uuder initruo
lions trout hvsdvoa teta Uc Qaji
"In view of tbe unanimity of tbe American ;
people, in view of the strength and moestyot
the law, iu view of tlie might of the i-alion.
might it H not be suggested thai now is a u
( me lor ua once again to boiJ out to tbe deluded
men of the South the olive branch 0 pctce.and
sav to them. Comeback. vme bat-k. now This
is the last time oAaakiug Come back, and leave
tbe tesniiog upon hoa. and c me with us to tht
fat ot tbe land, and let by gonea be bv gones. if
thry arc by gonea. and our .-ountry will live 01
peace het rafter
He propose an improvement upon tbe a ran e
tv proclamation of Mt Limcoin He proptntea
amnestv "tu the leader and all "
"There might have been ieo;i, I think,
arootir a proaial and chivalrous people that they
would 11 .t desert their leaders in answer to the
amnes'.v ot 'resident Lincoln, tiut now bs come
an huu r when we can say. Come back . come
l ack . ! submit to the laws, and you ball find
ei. t Mjrh laws aa before, eicep' ao tar aa the
are . -er. i bv the c id judgmeul f the legtala
tors..: tbe laad.' Applause.)
This I., appaientif . a atep ic the right direc
tion. bin . it asu re, auJ s ,t aal lo-o Jate Vs r
tear that it foretells the design of the adminis
Irmtiot: to offer terms cloaeJ arproaimating the
line oj f .;; i.eaa, tiut just wut.oat the limit acerp
able to thf touth. Twin int it toaertaio will
here.cte,! by the Coiife.!erate lUlhorities, but
that will be cour iered suffc :ently just and .
able by the Xorth to create a treh war impure.
aod at t; -am t.me uffi. .
minority 10 tbe wutK ia orodooi division ir that
1 huw teiuis t.- , Jt- TLi.a s aiieii.4
native rSDOt eqaivoeai!? stated. "War trom the
hilt ii ithout bsuaat of aobaauulior.
c t.rjsciioii and taaaTHaTMatioo:
" lt it be tindertKl thi here.fter we p.v
ao avare bouu tie trom the uu vd toe .North,
bi ts. ng couuael from the Roman method of
earrvoi.' on war. we aay lo tue young mer. , kfJOa
to tri fs,ir tje'da of the sanny Hutb, and. unless
the : ike .ur aa-eiy. lea u go d..wn there, and
you -h.il have abatever hü tfet by a fa r d;vi-
arrives man h. DatnbutiQg lands among the ao!
diers. to be ,t . 1 ; the.t er 1 -e er
Whoever -er ,f the Sou'fer r-e 1. I(,
be aO ei.ietore.as a wanderer upon earth.
' No longer can Hier oe in tbe land of A mer
ica llewjoo, the West India Jalanda. or aome
place roat 1 earo I tlo dh& baa.ue I know no
land hard enough to be turned with tbsar pres
ence. .bail be the r dwell tag fct Thee heil
never come here again "
I was a sweeter pier of cuumog tu ure-udw
the ei.uo. ist i il lhs SW.- ;,; vandal fsliey
weih in ni.aati , t.'bc olive brtsV Ulli
arise it might bare -urtle! evrii the well-prac
liCesl tocism Ol the eiUemiata who --' Ui'- -i t ,
do honor ty tlie master mm . -'erof their doctrine
Geo. Bertha' a)i-)9a n Je York has not
been in vain, be baa pointed out the shadow of
rommg cents, and it is certainly porteulious,
dark tod terrible N . Y . Newa.
I he following
Uc on of Hi. I in i. i
table shows very nearly the
cal at the lite Preaider.lial
5w Knetend o.uo
Sew York 34w.0U0
New j fj
rnnylvat.a. . .... 270.000
M f J aUl4 Mtesl - jO.Om)
1nlaia IH IN
Mir.aa . li.0Ui
Kentucky . . 60,000
The Democratic vote tor Mvi'i.r.LLax ia just
ebout eo.ua! to that cast for Liscoln four years
ago Although defeated, the Democratic organ
nation ia an immense power in this country
scarcely inferior to ita rival. Indeed, if we de
duct in frauds and rascalities, from its vote, we
shall find that there are more Demorrata than
Republican m the Uuiied State
THK lTi;Kl Of Ills DAl.
lew I hearr a tethr leallnatlwn of
(. in nil hSaernaass Is rum to be
tlie tretie of I otlflirl
Cormpondenee of the New Turk Wrld
WaaaisoTua. November 14.
I he speculations suggeated by the announce
merit ot (ten. Sherman's great espedition on Sk
vannab and Charleston arr to dav - various and
nutneroua aa ever. Tbere is bardlv auy point of
the compasa to which the impaliet.ee and inrtg
iuation ot an amious people has not -eut (ten
Sherman and his forty thousand men. who, ac
cording to the correapoudeut of the Time.-, bail
been provided with thirty days' rations, and
iiereasary ammuniiioti, which supposes a tram ot'
wagons and ambulances of several miles in
length, without .ucluding the pontoons and artil
lery, not lea cumbersome than the rest We
have been laid that Sherman was cn route for
Charleston, lor Savaunah. for Columbus, and
A rroiiville, where he MAgwJu to deliver the
Federal priaonera who are confined in the latter
ci.y. Another theory, not lew plausible, and
mote logical, was that he was on his w.ny to
Linehburg, Isj eo-operate w.ih ttrant nan as
sault against Kiehmond At.othei made huu
statt lor Danville, and another tot Alabama in
search ot s lot ot cotton hidden Is-t year by the
Confederates in a certain portion of that State.
f-'inal.v o .. .rr i.Im ii ,i : r ttf v.trious oiinn. ti.ins
with additional evidences, it was said and printed
that Admiral Porter to sail immediatelv for
Chaileston and Saviinnih, in order t lend his
powerful asaiatunee totiie movement eontempla'-
st hv Sherm ii. on these two ritie.
win 'HlRNl'i i' . uo TO HI
SAVANNAH oa na.WlLLK
N t withstanding my high respect tor popular
delusion, anil my repugnance to mar tho bright
j pmspeeta which the govern men i ra.-t-s -ouietioit -i
in the mind o: the public, lu eruer to lmi:g down
the prie of poid ai d to pave the way for a new
draft, I feel compelled to Oajf th.st I Tlo not share
the idea pi opat tied ke Mi Lincoln's organ on
that subject. 1 do not think that Qo Shermtri
has gone far iron, the OOiM from wtuch he
started, an I I base raj o, Won on the ftct that
he was deficient in transportatiou, iu cavalry, if
not iu light artillery an indispensable article iu
ever? long expedition bv land. Besides. 1 en
tertain too high an idea of his talent to think that
he would venture on a march ot over one nun
dred miles through a ho-tile country in order to
reacn a remote objective when he knew that
(ten Hojd. having the inside track, could at
ai moment fait inside of Ins line of operations;
and check Iiis progress, if not stop altogether hi
onward mnreh This conai lent. on 1 think put
an end to the suppoaition that he is marching or. ;
Lvncbburg and Danville, for certainly (ien Lee
would te in those place- before him; and also to;
thv siihruwiii.m thit mm is ioini either to L'harles- I
ton or Savnt aal . tor Oeo Hood, having at lu
mtflOial til the lines ot railroad southward. cjuI:
0e oi laeaw places aawatal days before him
at rrosko ila or uk. shuimav
The moat probthle -peculation 1 have baatw
of en Sherman's edition, including tbal of
Mr Lincoln, wbd saya lie is to drive Jeff. Davis i
and Lee out of Kiehmond. is that he will strike '
several points in the interior ol Georgia, south ol ,
Atlanta, where tien Sherman exoects to cut a '
loug line of railroads and seiae several ores
full ot provisions, accumulated there by the reh
ela for winter It this be ao, vt;i all the f 'acta
stem to he in favor ot this last version) General
Sherman's present eipedition is nothing more
than a raid on , large scale, which we cannot
fail t hear before long, and not a ca.nui;pti c il
culated to secure any permanent advantsge
Vcneral Butler and hl Hia;. Hlatola
The numerou leaf, ti iff. orderlies, ic . bewarf
Ueneral Butler headquarters, Hoffman House,
ctre the people thereabout. The General i
known to have two pistols on bis table, loaded
ir not cocked and thev may at any time go off
If ibey are long pistols, they migh'. shoot across
Madison Square and hurt people There is dan
ger loo of their going off into Broadway iVr
hai'S even the Fifth Avenue Holel is not !
There would be a greit deal more of comfort oU
Broadwav. 1'wentv third street. Madison Square,
Fifali Avenue, and Madisou Avenue, if General
Butler would ooiy take those pi:ols off bis tabic.
The people thereabouta are not ued to pt:ols
Pitols are hollow PiaWata have powder and
bl in them Putols have been known to go
off without firing Indeed, whether or not. the
Hoffman House i safe, with those two pistols of
00a Butler ever on his table, is a mooted quo
tion among people The proprietors, however,
doubtless ratasoii t.er.eral Butler has given their
I -iel a better advertiement than could htre
been eiven it in aia monthe in all tbe naners iu
IBO country i'erhaps. thev got him there as an
a nerti-emeti Quirn Sabe but as Genera!
nutier can read ; anish we don t expect i
warning" lor the mvsterious meaning in it. Iii
i not Take! ft is not Upharsin It is onlv
Quten Sah. Oh. thes? pisto's They are ruin- I
ing the trade of tr.e FfTi Avenue oron:bus-es
a.a a. aa.
The women don't lik
I v re
I nf land lour ii, i on true i.
clt . ..f tue f hritlan Kelif loa.
The decline of the Christian religion ia thia
eountrv. a a eoneuence ot political airitat-on
of a peculiar kind and the resulting war, haa of
let Seeu commented ou Nearly all denomina
s have suffered from this evil, u.d no com
petMMtine eood has hitherto been perceived In
this warring of active Chri-tiacitv amou us
there is oothiog bat .'a use for regret in tht breast
of evet v religious man Heretofore, however,
the substitute t4M v'hrniumty which ha tound
fal ay tutu the pulpit ha o ntet,tei itself with
weai .: tl.e garb of the teligion it h i suj plan
lea Hoi we are now -allsJ to chronicle a new
phaae of its progress, aa will be seen by tlie fol
lowing from tre Tribune:
The establishment of aAti-etaeOfW churchea
in the rocovarvd aiave aute continues to make
gratifamg propre- East Tennessee, h ch
so glorious a record for loyalty to the Union, has
esfe ;allv distit.gu hci itaelf in this repect. "
Sir Hroanlow, who. before h a recent eulight
e:iment. not only held the garments of tbe per
seculore of the new religion, but vigorously an
raed tn the laptdattoo of tu aatnts. is declared
aaw to n ,t h ran eat in toe i et.r.esae m
ti th the V ce I'teuent elect. a the re; re
er.tative of the eivil arm. etercialBi.it power
U it tiropaali Jti Boston Courier
Lover. I ke arm ea generally cetatocg well
taou'b until they axe eegaed
. a . a - m. - . . aaa
Skerid ' $ A rts)y at WimckeUrr Tf' ' '4
trmir Arm ßrimfirctd. and mm A
Mocmenl Dttrrmtnrd tnTh Baltimore and
Onto Rati t tad . i a Threatened iW the
Confederate Army ran 6' Supplied Jana ; tht
W imter WUhdrotral of Federal Treose ras
Vfiaeeees to Alexandria Activity of Umerrii
Us kit tret Alexandria and tie HI me Rid
Mountain Moteby Retaliating , etr
at the 9w Turk ' w.
ALKZAnaia. vj . November 14.
General Sheridan's army has retired to Win
cheater Aa et. nothing is posititelt known
here of the whereabouta of the main body of tbe
enemy lmtxiei. and Kilzhugh Lee have made
several bold recoritioiasence around Sheridan's
danks, bu'. no engagement had occurred up to
the date of last aUvice. 1 here is no longer any
doubt that reinforcement- hare been aent from
Kiehmond, aud manv persona are of opinion that
the number is at least hve thouaand. It ia ai-"
said that E -hoi's force, now commanded by Gen
Breckiundge, has joined the army of Gen Early, j
and that an active aggressive campaign has beeu
determined on by tbe authorities at Richmond :
tieneral Grant's operations before I'eter?burg
having come to an end. and thee being no
probability of their earlv resumption, Genera!
Lee has detached a portion of his army to assist j
the forces in the valley, and enable Early to re ;
trieve the disaster which befell him mi the 19ib
It is not the purpose of the Confederates to in !
vade Maryland or throw any considerable fore1
across the Potomac at ny point, as the season ia
too tar advanced for a movement of that charm
ter, but intend to regain possession of the valley
as tar as Winchester, aud, if possible, take in
Martineburg, and thua break the Baltimore end
Ohio kviroad oece more The whole number ;
of forces to be employed in carrying out the pro
gramme laid out for the valley forces will not
fall -bort of tweuty thousand, and about one
third of these have lieen detached Irom Mfctl
I tie country lying between the I'otouiac and
Cedar Creek has been strip;ed of everything ,
that can be used for the subsistence of men or ,
hor-es; but sju'.h of the latter there are still large
quantities of tupp:ie- which escaped the torch
and tbe pillaging proriensities of Sheridan's an!
Early will have no difheuity :u aubaiating his
troops at Winchester during the winter, for. iu
addition to the supplies which he can collect in
the Lurav V Hey, he will have two railroada in
his rear, by which store- can be readily couveyed
from Richmond and from Lynchburg The
, Virginia Central Kailroad and the Orange and
Alexandrii Kailroad IfW bwta kttatf U) Staunton
and Cultiepper, and With these roeaVi at his com
Diaml ht- need not ha at a his- ux supplies at any
A turnpike lead from Staunrou 10 Winchester,
and sragOfM can paaa over this roud during the
woi.t wc.tlier Sheridan rould not use this road
advantrteou-l v because it STM constantly beset
by small t:odi of the tiemv's cavalry, but
Early will have B0 difficulty ot that kind to pro
All the iron of the Manassas Gap railroad has
been taken up .nod brought to this place, and I
learti that men ire now awgacod in dismantling
the Oruuge and Alexandria railroad hue.
bevond Manassas Junction and Hull Run.
It is probable that after . lew days the
road will not be u.-ed beyond Fairfax Station,
and in f that event all the track between that
; Poi,lf niJ Manama wiil be tsh :. (.: The troops
la. .. T J T . a a
between Fairfax and Kectortown are being grad
ually withdrawn. Two regimeuts'of Pennsylvania
troops were brought down the roa.i last night,
otod others will soon lollow Thee ara BOW pro
I1 :ne raen U1 nppiup the railroad, ana
when that work is completed 11 the troops will
nror;ablv be withdrawn to the lortihcatioiis . w'.rb !
the exception of two or three regiment- of cav
alrr to be kept out for picket dutv and scouting.
t'nl Mo-cbyV horscnifti are still active (i
Fairfai and adjat'en countie-. and numerous
skirmishes have occurred between them and our
cavalry duriu; the past two weeks One of
these occurred near M.massas on Saturday, in
which three members of mi Illinois cavalry regi
mcnt were killed Their bodies wete sent to
Washington yeaterdav Mosebv has adopted 'he
system of retaliation, and is determined to con
tinue it ts long its we refuse to treat his men as
prisoners of war Kor everv one of his men
j hung or shot by us. he will bang or shoot one of
our raeu. u is very eaav to see wno will wtn in
this game; for. for every one of Mo-eb;. 's men
r.tiiied bv us. hr nicks up two or three of our
He h.is not interlere.l with tnvof t' o trv.us s:i,ce
the sytein of puitmg i on combatant on them
as afeguttnl his ben idoptel. but In- men
h ire paid -everal vis is ; ie lew I nion citizen t
residing wuhin :nd without our lines and he!rsl
themaelvea freely to whatever they ueeded Hn
moat profitable operations luve been On Sheri
dan's communication, where he bis Cavatatwaj
Israel? of upplies, aagotis, animal- alid prison
et as . ..a.
ei - Ml si,ivh. in these !or 1 v. and 111 ein
' fae forces en:
pjUiawll of tiira. i HStouihing.
I i n i o I ii Ki'-i:iection -a 'lial Naxt!
Krom tbe kicbuuud Kiamliier, 5. 11.
We believe that Abraham Lincoln is Chief
Magistrate ot the enemy 's couutry tor lour vears
longer How he accomolwhed this object
i .i . ' - , 1 1 j i
! election, or H usurpation, or a coup d'etat is the
.einer me ti ii:ueuou is proper' v caneo -t n
.i il vi r ot bis own subjects, aud no concert) ol
ours There he is, itnd along a ith him the whole
i war administration, more tent on si tughter and
, confiscation thin ever, aid packed by the ereat
war interest, hungry tor new and more enormous
contracts It would be idle speculation tor ua to
occupy ourselve with the po.itle revolt ot the
; defeated and disinpointtd parly among our ene
' inies. or the possible chance of riots, or resist
aace to drafts, or conspiracies to -e'i-t: wo the
V estern S: ite all those things are t DOtiogOOl J
und nretaiiou diu hi; pen aod u.av not
What we are certain ot, tbe real piesenf . inevi
table tact is. that the whole mttenal resources. :
tlie army, the navy, the arsenals, the trea-ury.of
the Federal States, are ill now bruiiv grasped
and wielded by the hands of those who have
vowed to destroy u. to aojjM our lat:d atid
hoiies. to beggar our children, and brand our
I names feroWOI as (he name' ol felon and trai
Iters 1 ins is the true "situation ' I kit ia what'
we bae now to deal witi.. sno on tt.e i In
which we meer it depend the wbola future ot our
race and nation 1 1 ae fllriai from the contiict,
better ! it PVr us and mir t.bat we had never
been bort Kortunatelv there in no midd'e course
for i;s U e nius be victors or we must be ani.i
hilated; s.nd it is better so. We are glad that
there ia now no loom for submission. Submis
sion Would but be runrnng to meet the shameful
doom ol subtotal on, it wouid not 0aW0 04 one
acie ,,; s-round. ope right ol cittfen-hir: the
: Pw': lfc be nlaceii Lincoln at its head tor au- e
' . t . a . a ..a . i.
I m WOW IW) OO niirw OOV Of IM prey
OOWT Of COmprolUMes
and his co
hat it has rakd.
nie'. :o win.
The Yankee nation haa committed itsell to
the ganie oi all or nothing, and art must we.
l i e sali oooelioa tor oa OOW is. whether we
lhali ca.l loriri ad the energ.e and resource, of
, our country, all the courage and ruauhood of our
race, to drive back tbe foul invaders ot o;:r homes
a a . a a
ativi make uiem expiate tr.eir crime wun ttieir owu
.-f ..ssv niood, or whether we shall dy from our
(Wut tri fska falst inmaw bids mirihona in r V
ends i t the earth, and peep" about to find our
s , ' m v . i . ui v . miui w .ft . u v. . . . ,1 k Nft
seU - i!t. . e "graven " or ele , remain a
gtticration ot serfs, to lieg shelter and employ
ineiil from the Yankee and negro master 8ow
i the alternative
Hut this retwaina to lie aid Althouc I 1
oaring war. carnage and conquest may be the
-.resent deigu or dream ot that nation and i'
retort, il bf to mean foitowa that there are to
be i,r yean more of war We do aaf be'ieve
thai there can be Mtn piopose, bui does not
abeolutely dispose; and whether tbere cau be even
one oiore cau.t.aii.n i.epen-i not on tl.e present
ii.ttti'i it ol any hurntu being or human govern
aaent. but 00 events whi-'h we of the Confeder
ate Btatol bave nuite aa much power to shape
aad dettrmine aa our enemies have. A stienu
ous determination now to brmg ail our enrolled
- an . .1-.:. :ti .v.: -
soidier to their post wili. even before thia veai
out. t ut ui clear through the bloody deluge of
war. and place ua on law ,it, ;,(,re. tr m a hence
at our e.se w- may look on at the ab-ur.j and
aftOOaOOa Yankee nation t 'iuij lo utter wreck
m the atorm it hd caajaayaj up for uur de
1'. baa been computed that the compound in
tereat on one cent from the betniun: of the
octal I . r reaeal time, w , u.d eqaa. iu value
4.340.001' globee of aolkl ffllOj, each aa large
am tbe earth
ALI ORT Of PAH IGRtril
There if a
w.ll take the Pt
rumor that liet.tr mi McC.ellan
cai.i i t ot the itrt Weal
All- tic H nlr-.
Lai aa oohouruin Mow did General
McCleilan rereirethe new. d hi defeat? With
Tf.e most important . in the marriage state
.s in the -prifjg of the year, is the tir-t -' r m . all
the others c tr.e from tht -ime joaster
V awotiati j'.s are gnmg on with t..e Spanish
government, to trie end mat I.iKXJ.inmi Iriahmen ,
may emigrate : m--e trom tneir own rountrv
h Sj i.i. t- . v ; .r--.-.ug to settle there
A Frenchman who viaited the L'nited Stato
and left it in disgu-t, when aaketi hie opinion, ex
claimed. '"Two -e. religiona snd oclv on
Forty thouaand person in Montreal, or
about one third of the entire population, ge
their living, iirectly or indirectly, from the man
ufacture of boots and shoes
The fever ot speculation in Boatoo is at its
high. The minicg -locks now iu tbe market
represent no lese- than 248 enterprises, em
bracing copper, gold, coal, iron. le id, plumbago,
Brig am Young lately shut up a Moimoti
elder who had just returned trom England, tor
pitching into the L S. government. Lrigham
is loyal He loves union Indeed he likes a
great deal of union, aud relie on hia ront;tution
to carry him through
A patent for thirty -five rhousaud cre
land was i-ued to (ten Halleck and others . It '
in located in California, aud ha- beeu for some
time in court Tbere are several mines on the '
grant, in which WootOTt houaea are known to be '
At a Fans theme ail ladies are required to
take ot! their hotineto Thi proviso bas been
found necessary, since owing to the piesent
fashion prevailing in that aiticle of female at
tire, it became iraposs.bie lor persons sitting be
bind a ladv with hei bonnet on. to ee what was
going forward on the sta;e.
' ' : w is enga h i m ea ioud mg the
m . , , , , r I
various "water falls tiiat a lorn tne neaos oi
the ladies, has now perpetrated the following:
"Mich curN as thus your istr wear.
How many maids have prayed for;
New, canJidh , are they her utu!"
"Ob, s they're tars and paid f.r"'
Among the many odd customs which distin
guish the Jauane-e. M one which would stnrtle
the young ladies of Americu Beneath the win
dose of their houses an empty flower pot is often
to te found, "lying horizontally Off the portico
root It- position cannot be accidental, since
it is .seen in so manv caaaj nor can it be looked
upon as a religious lyoibol, for then there would
probably be cue on each house. It is nothing
more nor le"s than a matrimonii advertisement,
tbe plain English ot which is, "A young ladv in
the house Husband wanted "
Tare tselaifo of tht- Florida
The material fs. t a in thia case are told bv taw i
Jornal da Baata, a- followt:
There ws in port the L'nited SlOtM steamer j
Wachusett. which, since the coming in of the
Florida, had put it-elf in motion in the interior, j
Fearing some fight, since a challenge had been !
given, the president of the province obtained '
from the consul his word oi i onor t !i 1 1 aaaCO
would be kept, and that no action would lake j
place in the port, or wflaio the line Ol neutrality i
Tht Florida, lor bettf r security, w.is pltetd under
the batteries ol the Hish p
On tne 6th, ita crew teiiig in need of some ;
recreative rest, half ot it ws put on libertv nod
went on -Lore, coming back in the evening, j
. m . f -. fc.- J . 1
axaoy ot mc men oouig cruna. iwi conaraenng
I hiiajoll guaianteed i:
je, thirtv of hia crew-
I a tieutra. port, the captain
snd some of" his officer
sleep on shore on the nigt of the Hth nnd 7th !
Ht 3:10. t ibo break ol dav, the oflotr of tbe
de-k. Hunter .Junior. h surprise.! to hear the
cabies iooset. Ml boatd ol the Wacliusett, and
her crew called to quarters, which w?, very dilti
cult for it o do
Neatly at law same time oiiic koell tiilral with
men.boardtsi the Plorida, receiving from her a
voliev ot atopic ctrv. aad they were oeaatfotj
the Wschusett, wiiicli not bein seen, owing to
the -moke of :he fwoacls and the night being
very dark, had ;eit her ptisitioti aod rapidly ran
toward the Florida, poeriac by the ftem of the
c n er ! D !,m i:.- v i.whi.-'i it once ordensl
ll to heave to, but ttu captain of the W xhusetT
i did not heed the order, running rapidly upon the
, stern of the Florida, wbich lav to the north.
Hardlv had she truek the litter when she fired
j a hi.t Irom i bow gun At OOCO a OMOt of the
Kionda tell over, and she lost s0me men. but the
( crew returned a feeble fire
It is asserted th.it there wt greit lo. ot of
at all points in the sougite that took place v. rl,
revolvers and cold steel, aud lint il did out last
long, for the complement of the Florida was re
dm eJ by nearly 50 men. Amoug the dead is
1 1 I to be the officer of' the deck, who received a
ball in the breast; and it is end that an officer
named tone, was also killed trom a shot in the
moutn Anotner omcer leaying on board or ttu
-L . . i . . . j .
W chusett, struck about him and fell dead under
the many blows dealt at him
Four sailors of the fifteen who leaped into the
set escaped, and these were picked up by vessels (
lying near The other eleven were shot in the
water by the enemy
Alter this brief OPOlOU came au interval of at- .
lence. which was broken by prolonged cheer
from the Wachuett
For th Sentinel,
whi rr liiere ia no iaiori Ihr Teople
Tweuty-four years ago an elderly member of
Congress arrive 1 In. tu the city of Vaf4iBft0fi
and addressed the people, from a meat block, as
ror the last few mouths 1 have been ob-err
iug events in Congress We are walking on a
vo'cttio The Union will not eiist twenty five
years in peace, und I fp,r it will not eiist ao
long There will be rebellion, which the gov
vrnmenf will be nable to -impress
The ame old man ays to dav that the rebel!
iou will tiot be suppressed The abolitionists
and authorities of the United State- will be
toiled. 1 tie pe .pie of the South will emariciptte
their own slave, perhaps attet thev shall have
old many of tiiem in the Wet Indies The rest
lhev mploy at wage, in agriculture
other puruiLs They wni pro-tsr at thia There
will then be no exci.s- tor prosecuting the r
lor the purpose d" abolishitig i tverv. The
South will then be taken by tbe hand by all the
ii .tions of Europe. The reason foreign nations
have oof done o '.eretotore w is be -ause ot ila
very . The probabilaties are thai the South will
gam her independence. They ate not homo
gene with n- thev know it Thev will never
: 1 : tv " ! ' iti r - ui I thee em o.
f aa o oai ij or may
nil' ..111 ,1 a. S: r. , Il n. , lAnAiidmnili
tin. ii.x: ,-iouiii ill n.iiiu; net iiinriiniuriin
rore'irn nations 1 ve been for vears past labor
Mtg to bring a t a destruction ot the Union,
aod wili probab y -acreed The writer ot this
article haa taaal fa . strokes of p ilsy recently,
and may not uiv.te !oog, He is willing to be
posthumously ie-.ed y the wisdom ot the fotw-
! t,,inf preJielii -
was ca.ied ltisaoe twentv-
four vears ago for 1 i- DredictiobR: and be will be
called by manv so now He has been called dis
loyal lor m ui v ye us sec ius; be could not be
lieve popular fallacies Common men believe
whit they wi-h; philosophers treiueritlv riwct
what thev do not wish. W
Ku.tir oi Awirh va A wig ha mde the
followinz summary of what be calls the inalien
able r.ht of Americana, and which are not
(numerated in tho Declaration ol Independence:
To knowany trade or bu-ine-s witboi. jpnrer -ticesbip
To mrr J a ithout regard to toi tune, state of
health, position, or opinion of psrent
l o bave a wife and children dependent ou
Contiuiceuciea of buaineaa. and in caae ot auddea
dctth to !esv them Wfaolli u:.;-ruvidel tor.
To teach our children no good trade, hoping
thev will hive, when Nruii up, w .'. euouatb to
hve on the induatrv ot other DOOpk
I . r
lo et jov tr.e general svmpatnv
I bar krupt bv reck'ea pecu itio
To t heat the joverumeul :t poa:b!e
ln'.ii J .ifSces aiifiout rveing c iu;e'ent lo
dichirge their dutiea
To build h jL.-ea with nine and .n inch walls,
go lo the funeral of tenants, fireaiea. :. i othei.
killed by the fall, weeping over the "mysterioua
d..nation of Providence "
To buiid our cities and towns without any
parka, public aquares. broad aireet and refloa
ted b!o"k and call peatilecce a viaitatioo of
Relative awes at Ilea an tTomen.
The man that die voungest, aa might be ex
parted, m the railway brakeaman His average
age is 17. Tot tills most be taken with aome
allowance, from tbe fsr that hardly mtg hut
you ig and active men are employed iu thia ca
ptaity At the same age diet the factory work
woman, through the combined influence of con
fined air. aedentarr posture, scant wages and un
remittinc toil Then cornea the railway bag
trage m. who ia smvned, on at average, at
thirty Milliaors and dre. makers live but lit
tie Ictneer Tbe average of one iv 3Q and tbe
other 33 The engineer, the fireman, the con
ductor, the powuer maker, the well-digger, and
the lactory operative, all of whom are exposeo
-iiddeu and violent deaths, die, on an aver
ace under the age of 35 The cutler, tbe dyer,
the book binder, the leather dresser, the apotbe
cary, the confectioner, tbe cigar-maker, the
printer, the silversmith, the painter, tbe shoe
cutter, th engraver, and the machinist, all of
whom lead coc fined lives in an unwholesome at
moephere, do not retch the average age of 40.
The mti'i-'eian blow his breath all out of fci bodv
Then come tbe active trades In a pure air. '
Tbe baker lives to an average age of 41, the j
butcher to 40, the brickmaker to 47. the carreo
; S 5 T'T 5 . ,h ztr,?
1. toe stone-cutter t. 13, the tanner to 4H. the
weavet to 44, tbe drover to 40, the cook to 45
keeper to 46. tbe laborer to 43. the du ,
femaie, to 43. the tailor to 43.
the tailoreas to 41.
Whv should the barber lira till SO, If not to
how the virtue there a in peraonai neataea
and soap and wster
Those who average over half a century among
the mechanics tie those, who keep their muscle
and lunga in healthful and moderate exercise,
and not troubled with weighty cares The
blacksmith hammers till SI, the cooper till 52.
awd the wheelwright till 50 The miller lives to
be wiiteued with the age of bl The roDe-maker
lengthens the thread of life to 55. Merchant?,
wholesale and retail, to 52.
Professional men live longer than is generally
supposed Litigation kills clients sometime, but
seldom lawyers, for they average 55 Phvsician
prove their usefulness bv prolonging their own
iive- to the aame period
1 be sailor averages
A'X tVio n..,!k.. C.A a t;.-.n .r t :
. ,. , .u w
dence that Maine law men may consider in
comprehensible i. that brewers and distillers live
to the ripe old age of 64 Last and longest
lived comes pauper, 67. and "gentlemen"
The i. nl i iw ... iis-es that do nothing foi them
selves and live on their neighbors, outlast all
TtOlN never was an election in the United
Suae which passed off with more piiet during
and after the dav, than has this Presidential
election in Tae dieooettioo ol the popular
mind, worked up indeed to exceeding bitterness
on both sides before tbe final vote, was evidentlv
thoroughly American We are accustomed to
elections, and accustomed to accept their results
i- the decesive expressions of 'he sovereign will.
Iff fnis very f;tct we may find the highest ground
for hope in the future The moral effect of an
oiectioo is always good, since it leads the people
to think of and to value our system of govern
roetit. and to reflect on the great importance of
pi cu rving it The history of the Uniou is a
ki Story ol varying opinions, rising waves of dis
content, subsiding into calm and placid seas over
S e hnve. as h peopie, unbounded devotion to
tae union of the States We appreciate ail that
c h tve derived from the L'nion, all the great
BCM tnd glory of our past history, and we intend
to rosea: the prosperity of the past in the future
Such people, having gone through an electiou,
and relapsing into the cairn which now as always
follows i in thi country, will gather wisdom and
energy from the verv fsct itseif Our elections,
insteid of distrac ing, unite u in love of coun
trv Instead of creating permanent dissensions.
they arouse feelings of common interest and
eotBtaoa affeetioa New York lournal of Com
i j re. tfolaai. loara, awveawaar latb, hj the Rt. Dr.
I'eetf. H. B. Ai.votr, ot th k nity, ! lliaa Miar laotl I,
if iK Halaast Jf- card. f
l'-ir:-r " NTaaaiafea and Tennettee Strtet$.
Tfarmger JVi U . H. Riley.
Saturday Evening, November 19th.
I M i. Jfe 1 iMM COl
LO UIS XI.
Our Toih'Ii of Vituri'.
il j OTtniar. Slat, beueflt or W. D. mi.Kv
PARTltTLAK VOTfCK Tka Horse Cara laava tha
Theater every evniu(c at the closa or the performance
People livint at a distance ran rely on tbii.
Puter n. Anmssina llrvss l'ir. I., and Parouette Sli
l - - - - -
ce. is- ffLyte n- aes. for six person. as imi; orchestra
aVats. 7." r:c ;;a; e-v avi l-atuilv Circle. a cent:
Children in arm, $15; all rOtaWTOd seat lot.
1 1 .r. .ipti a, a quarter to ' o'clock, fertstrrnance
Cv.mip.-uce at T s, o'clock prctslv.
A ra Is ISWnra MAt'BlSK AG K NTS!
aaaaaaa W ;nisubicu tka r.aaav vA.i.r V- iTirl-
F'imily Stxcing JfabftaWS. tha only low price machine in
the country which U luen$ei by Orovar at Baker.
WTOtaUral Wilson. Howe, S:ner k Co., aad Kacheliler.
Salary and n)n, or large cuaim.siuiis al owed. AU
ot) rr Mawatawa now sold tor lass ttjtn forty dallar each
are imfringem si A h -Wt and user U rMs. Illus
trated circulars fcent free. Addrev
SHaW a- CLARK. Biddeford. Maine
vr art j aw uv- tvt v j iuvi wu saw aaew aewr w r v va v sr w
AN TRI irder- f ir Kruit Tr, Sha.te Tr
1 'Kreens, ürapewlne, Yl we ring Shrub,
1. res, hahUa anJ everyrhing id tbe onrsery lina.
I'urticular attention paid to tbe selection of nice
Christmas Trae by W. Y K' DKR,
awlV-dtoafwAwtW Ho 3 North Illinois street.
LIQUORS, WINES & CIGARS.
THO. MKH kl.Wli.
laacce-,: ta ToNKLl.N ,srh!CKLANT),i
jjo. 140 West Washington 8treet,
w noi.ru.i: ii i i: k in
'FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
TUr. rSDKKM .NM OVfaW TO Til TEADh A
full and a mplet aaor:xant of ever? arUct in
a of ibc cbotcast Taali'y and at tka lowaat atark't
Dealer- ra requested to eaamlae my -Kv-k and utl
fy them. lfva aa tn quality and arte.
T. C . I HK K L a Oi
If 0 Waat WVaablaifriaai Of .
PROF. B. S. .BURY H. II..
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
Hoi kl:!VFIi IN
ROOMS vr the bates hotse
Wbere be t prepared t j practice tfc- uut recent ami
aclentiflc ytetn of Medicine and Surgery In aatNHI
Oataaasea y to the uccesafn! treatmrri of ))
a.a Oh thk
A well H II Dikfaew peculiar to
OA.NCER od all Maliuam Daw aa a
suceessfullr and permanently cured by a new and certain
remedy, witLout tbe use of the knife, without the loss of
blood, witbout eating ar hurniur caustkr, and without
Testimonial from Rev. Dr. McCarter.
HaviDK sen some ! Ir. Ah.trn's Surgical performan
ce, and his very extraordinary success in removing ill
chronic and other disease, aftar all o ber mean bd
failed, it affords me irreat pleasure to ter testimony to
what 1 have seen and know.
The Doctor bat eijoyed very uuu-ual facilities for ac
quiring a most thorough knowledge ot the tiuman sys
tem, both in this and other outlines, and bia special
ability to detect the nature of the Uisease. well as rem
edy, sccount for his unparalleled micce--.
To all persons laboring uudrr diseases that may bave
been pronounced incurable. I would say, (a one who
sympathizes wob suffering humanity,) los no ilnw in
availing' vaur-elt of th- i:ien ot cure at 'he ix-tot .
rooma. Ksv. D Mr KTKK.
Colnmbus, Julv HL 161.
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE.
we were wiii:ess ester1av to
and Keratitis, in the pers'-n o
which the functions of vision were entirely ab iterated
in the hht eve. The eye wns totally blir.it. Tb laJ
placed he-elf under the treatment of Dr. Abarn. who aa
for some weeks br-ni operat.iig in our city, who in the
short saOM Sf tare. week, h." entirely restored tbe eye
t it natural sight. Thi caae i one that should c r.i-
mend the Ltctor t those requiring treatment of heei ,
ana wa take great plea-ure in bearing tetir.ioi to h.s
skill. Ii nly in the case mer.t'.oue!!, whi-h l- certaiuly
an extraordinary one,', but in tbe nuoiarous other casa
f the kind that hava ciiue und'-r SWT own parsr.!,
serva'ion.-'-Ubio State Journal.
. a. -
! .HS. L 4.
A II tss I t .
w c..'.r. s Sawynr 4 Sn!rt!.,
WholoNitle Illaaa Ita
STAPLE & PAMV GROIERIRS
No. 13 South Meridian Street.
ARE NOW RKCKIVlNii A FULL AS.HIkl-
niet.f .f lioocls. and will be happy to npply th
rants of Mir numerous cnatomers at tbf lowest rate
Indlanapoli. October 31, IH64 novl-d2m
1. . PARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 6 East Washington Street,
'first Stairway east ot the Branch Bank af th Sta-.,,
f 1HI oidrrsiglirsl ba bad thre year xp-r iet.ir m
J tha Fay Denartment, and 1 tboroughly familiar
with all the Law, urder Oai taffafftf OBI aataaWafw lo
facilitate the prosecution and ca!lee'ion of all claina
against Ui- (iovrmaifM
Kea)or tho piaer- f0 e Kaat Mailing,
totl Mreet up ulalra) ia tbe office fwrmerly orrupieil
'siy Major D M'-Oure. I'avma.tfr, L" I. A.
uovlO-dtf P. . PtKKS
( ITY Carl XIZll V
HORN & ANDERSON,
(Sootoasers r. C I HO'.ME
No. 31 West Washington Street,
Havr ffm aWUVaW
fteij f all Ajrn wivntR Arriba.
BlaHKf ralliiTM t
BAKKKLS NKW LUCKWULaT
l rii arw
wi bwi ii i i r ri kmmidu:
T0WNSU1P QUOTAS FILLEIV
51a Bloat Waablngtan fit. ,aaatatra,
Cflnt ItaUrwav kAm of Oraaca Baa of taa aiau
01 34 St. JLirU Place New York,
- of A Vapmlar Treat, D
lett mm Cmtmrrhr Sjx ar
wii l m ca ai-
Tuesday, December 6th,
M Will B
From Dt rewbt r ilh till VuunU.
ÜPfemhor I Of Ii . up Iumm
Where tie en be consulted oa
DM BIRGEN FROM THK KIR.
Noises in the Head, and all the various fiaeaes
EAR, THROAT ANO AIR PASSAGES.
DM LIOM1 HILLS P.pulai work ot.
Deafness, it Causes and Prevention."
has ien bed the Smh Kdition , and mav be ob
tainel p C trleton HA Broadway, or auv re
spectabre Bookseller throughout the country
I .tiiiiunial of Ki'mtirLablr
Among the numerou testimonial in his pu
session, Dr Ligbthill has selected a lew only of
tno't fr in ; it es of eftabliahed position aod
weil known throughout tbe country
Frem the Home Journal (5. T.) Juae 4u, I0M.
In everj business or proleaaion, indeed in every
department ot science or aki'd. tbere ia alway
Mme ackuowleged head some one who tands
out in bold relief among his felloes, as a sort of
leader In the -tudt and ti eatment of deaf neat
aod catarrh, as special di-ese. Dr Ligbthill . of
this city, occupies the position above described
He has devoted years of labor to this specality,
aod is now reaping tbe reward of hi induatry.
The editorial columns of the Tribune of a recent
dn'e bear witneaa to the D ictor's su, res m this
department of medicine We quote tbe para
'd ar. or a L)e Mit Louis L eeensiein,
a lad fourteen years of age, born in Geimany,
came to this city when he was about two years
old Soon after hi arrival here he wa taken
sick and test his hearing. Bv degree he became
bi-'. deaf and tht u dumb Kor near!-, ten v eats
he wis j mute, unable lo hear the !ouuet voice.
, ,,r to articolate a word
About one year ago he
whs placed by his parents in the hand- of Hr
Lighthill, who ha o iar succeeilei in restoring
to nim his lost powers oi hearing and .itierance.
that he can eonverae with thoar no netk to
bin distinctly nd deli'KTate'.y . Dunne ihepawt
four or five moi th- be h-ir teen uiider the tuition
areas in writing Hi d arithmetic.
Having been -upplied with tbe lad aaMroas,
we lurther investigated the rnatier. and diacov.
, . . , . , ,,, . ii.i.i.m
ed f bn . prev iou tai . h . oi. Dr . L-gbtbill.
i hopeie-, and he
wis f,.t twu oaf an .nmaie of tbe Deaf and
Du.,,.;, A-v lum Tiie ixcr iooi Xott. D. D ,
l'rofeor iu Union College. Sebetieetauv . in a
published letter, tender his gratitude to Dr
Ligbthill, for treating successfully hia caae of
deaf ne ftev Kred S Jewell, ProfeafOr af
the State Normal School at Albany, also testi
fies to having been cured of catarrh Dr Light
hill poeae other testimonials and tributea to
hi talent Itom ome ot our wealthiest and most
prominent and respected citizens, which may be
Hal on ipplication. It would be difficult to
speak ir any but uini of praise of bis treat
merit, in tbe face ot ihe-e manv (.roofs and facta
te-tihitig to hia success
1 KU OF CATARRH.
Htt.Frrd a. Jew rll Tralc ar
tbe wiate raial v hon
tlhani, 1. f.
Dr f ljIfOWaf I
Deak 8ia Uuder date of March I mo!
you a carefnl statement of my caee. ita former
treatment, my failure to obtain relief in that di
rection, my reort to your treatment and its ben
I have been from the inter of the vear 144,
ubject to violeut periodical attack ot Catarrh,
m. ike; by atrong tetnle mpioma, violent in
iammation .f '.r lining membranes uf the cavi
. ties ol the bead, accompanied in tbe nri siager
by a watery d',charge from the noat, aubaequer'
ly becoming acrid and yellow, and tord'.
cloae ot the attack, purulent and bloody. Thcae
attacks produced a moat diatreaein spec tea of
headache, occurring periodically each day for a
perid variii from one to three weeka, aotne
time so v ioliii as to incapacitate me for bui
rieea and at times confine me to my bed. At
timea the attendant inflammation would extonai
to the te-th. producing Os.tbache; or to the thro t,
occasioning hoarvene- and partial'loaa of voice;
and twice within the last tew years it has o at
fectel the left eye a- to confine me for week- i
a darkened room.
I had tried medicines and applications of vari
ous kinds, snuffs aud other catarrhal prepare
tion of aome half a doien kinds, applications to
the head ot camphor, ginger, and hot (omenta
tion of different kind, and in connection with
theae tbe uaual emetics or ctharti a employed to
induce counter action Hut none of tbee had
produced auy permanent improve mei.' i "
few instance) in wbieh temporal relief waa at
lorded it wa'a at the etperiaeof o much trengtn
as to leave me greatly eahauMe.1 f'nder thee?
I clrt umaUnces I wa leaf . though with reluctance,
from the supposed incurability ot the dieeaae, lo
, make a trial of jour treatment I found it mwn
' beyond even my hope reach. ng tbe d.aeaae as
I it had never been reache-i before, and alleviating
ita aymptoma to an extent which 1 had uprvoaeti
im;oeible At tbe time I cave you my foraaor
certificate, wbde I did not feel aaaured uf a com
piete cure, I had obtained a material relief which
nearly repaid me for mv trial of vour treatment.
and wbicb aatified rue tiiat that treatment waa
a effective a it was ample and philosophical A
substantial eecape from my old attack o' catarrh
tor the unprecedented priol of nearly halt a
year, and that in spite of severe wurrence of
illnes which would bare formerly reudered uch
an attack inevitable, was. to me proof of au tro
por'aiit -cece- It is now ix roon'h mre I
sect you rht atatereer.t, and while it is unplea
at.' to nie o v..- . ; coi .tantli . and in tk
guise, before the pub r -eem- ?.. nie a taa'ier
of -:mple justice to i Ui thre aho
mav be suffer;:. t as I aas. to ado that I am not
onlv as lullv ti-ned a- to tbe utility aosl eOaca
Cf of your metho! tit trealu catarrh aa I wa
ii month aco; bot I tn n -w of the belief that
if there i auch a tbius ae a cure tor hrot ic ca
tarrh. in my cae a ublantial cure ba beeu
effected Youra, respectfully.
Fainra k B JkWBii
Albany. X I September 1 . 164
I urr of l!-;tlu .
Jue"b H tarke, Hector of
From tbe Rev
St. James Church:
ta i Feb. S. I 64.
I have been deaf in otaeear evet amce 1 Mia
College, aome twenty tears ao By tbe ki;l
of Or Lighthill it hearing waa entire! v reaWeeea.
so that now I hear alike with both aara and loft
that 1 can u-e auv voice eiih much
and comfort than tatfoee
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