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"WeJ-isaduy, November 23, 1501.
CUT3 AND JtlH.
T'icra is alivaU a vory pcivPDiiMo
that extremely vulvar li action of tho j titers is not the stolidity of lead in tho
i. .u'oH ;in p u iy in this i : i:iity known j CJuwrniir clett, ho may dUeovcr that
u the "cuK" 'i'liey scent tho "ilcth j between beuig "written up" thus
I o" v.il!; a keenness whieli evince.! ndorinly and " written down" nOr
tU' ut iM-,t sublimity of j.atiiotisni , tho manner of PnjjVrry, tho diUV-r-nii.l
manifest ane.ij;'infss to "do tho ; neo is in favor ff tho donkey.
bluto ic::io s-.-ivIct) M which
bi tokens
u tl! ;r.';.::irl of solf und Fclf l.er.r.tiful
Uivi. They lmo ivui'lo tho utmost
1. isl.j i:i." lh-J i'!i:;!o:i . to discover
ti..i. 'Mmi; vo'ti n" union, tho "ins'' !
v ti.l, l.y tb j v.ay, this discovery cost
t '...-'! vi'i-y link' hihor they seek with
:.u i u;ir.ti:cv3- at credit ablo as it is
:sVjvm1 to uilaln, nvmilly but
; '. j i:u!y, iiositions will cna-
C.iov.i to correct tlu";o abused of
t!ij " overriuient." t Absurd tin it
may up'xuir, they claim to-havo dis
covered rossi iiuilleasanee,inofIicicuey,
uiil i-ov. iet! thi which verges towards
t rliuaiaiTly, oven, in. that extensive,
j.'iro mid iumiaculato concern, the
'a t .t;;iInaw ro.-.tOiUeo. Thoy clamor
f ir " change," which means they want
t'.u handling of tho "postal." In all
respects the movements of tho "outs"
r.iv interesting, they, cannot by nny
possibility pvovo detrimental to public
interest and may bria;; " good out of
rsayctli," Xoi'.s venous.
'rolitical. 1'rcacliirs.
ho Milwaulii Xacs tays :
Tho
"famous ictory" of Iancoln has in
hp'iod rovoivned politicians with new
courage, and' partisan speeches aro
likely hoioafter to ilo;v freely from
church pulnlts.
There is no nictate law against po
litical preaching on tho Sabbath, and
however detrimental tho practice, nor.o
have a right to interfero except tho;;o
directly interested. If ho can get any
ono to hear and pay him, a preacher
may preaili nuythiiig ho pleases, ac
cording as his ci Lscicnce, his prcdju
uiees, his ignorance or tlio slz? of his
t-alaiy may dictate.
Clergymen, however, Uko nil other
jiroTessional men, nro under obliga
tions to tho public. They havo no
moral right to appear before an audi
ence under falso protontes. If their
' religious creed ombraccs a party plat
I'oun, and if they aro to regal o their
bearers weekly with a rehath of musty
partisan editorials, they should ad
vertise accordingly. If tho reverend
"
Jinlvi"! nri'lnua Imifi ilrairii will
ever tho transcendant virtues ofv
Abraham. Lincoln or tho martyrdom
of the holy John Rrown, it would be
unsLemlngly fur him to Koduce j-ooplo
tn bo present under tho impression
'that ho was to preach Christ and him
crucified. No man can bo justified
in abusing his right by practicing an
imposition.
Rolitical preaching is a public dis
rao which will doubtless heal itself
in duo Feason. Probably nothing
TVtfYV- rrMttitlr-W- VI" mnnj iv JiartlzUTl
preacher .so much as to know that all
his brethren of tho clerical profession
had adopted his thoory of a clergy
man's duty. A democratic church, an
abolition church and an old lino w hig
church ill in full blazo upon th?
& uuo street would bring tho who!0
business into ridicule in less than
Ihrco weeks. Yet this is precisely
tho order of things our partizan par
sons aro laboring to establish, and tho
practical result of their conduct is a
eparato religious organization for
fvcry political party and pnrtian fac
tion in tho land.
"Tin: Fi::e of -run Flint." In re
viewing tho strife and spirit of tho
campaign just past, tho Flint Wvlver
iy? ( ifizrn justly adds:
"Tho lending men on both sides
havo j aitlcipated in this active can
vass; and among thoso who have
worked for tho Union cause, no one
has labored moro untiringly, moro
constantly, or moro efficiently, than
our candidato for (lovernor, lion.
Henry II. Crapo. Hohnsbeo;i through
every perio:i of tho t?tat.o, except the
I'pp'-r I'euinula and would havo
gone there had time permitted speak
ing daily and sjmetimes twice, a day,
i r Lincoln, Johnson, Ui ion and Re
publican, Liberty and Ruality."
When Mr. Crapo was first nomina
ted for th.e olfifo to which ho has now
been elected, tho (ppo:;ition, under tho
lea I of tho C'ppciliead l'rce
oiiim(ncel a ridicule which, it soon
f.nr l ,..,t i-'ia im ninllv 4l. '
to attack Mr. Crapo with. As finuii .'lva
as Mr. C. took the stump, ho satisfied t ;.nnc8ota..
tiio r.ia.-'--es that ho was ju ,t tho man ' J , soun - -J
.r Covornorof Michigan hono.-,t and j nnsas - -fclf-n
liant; hia chief characteristics ! )VUVV "
being earnestness of f urpose, honesty a.ifonuu..
f .'K tion, unswerving fidelity to prin- J brgon.---
"pies, and an uabouuded activity and j cvada ...
a I m tiio prosocutam and perlorm
nui ty of any duty that may dovolvo
U'idii him. (ion bless him. (invito
. ''V '
Mi'gnifici'T.t old gent, a ho Adcrr
tirf tv TrJ'oi has give'n through its
t oli:::i::s a minute detail of your ped
igree, prtgcny, and preelivitleR, your
K.iimt'.oii f-:ili:.5 nn-il s'ntk in lniilo,
J-Mir -m, v.U, moral nr.,1 m. tlioilical '
.... . . I
p tint; your genaoiogy,grounds, j
"ad ,g aider.;.-, jour bouses, hogs and
b-'T'e ; your rna:i.itlc n resources and '
'1 ..,..-.,,, i if I
mark. vmir abiliticp. nsocia-
uliilitic F, anuria-
: 1 a? ji rations, jour library,
LuOor, ajul luniKT Liwucsi, your sa
gacity, statcr-nuiiblily ami ijonut'-riitl
roCDnl, Lut villi ull that ycui wvro
not coni'.lctrly "written until
tliuo two exuberant patriots thus
caii'il tlio (Umax.
If insli :ul of tlio " fire of tlio Hint"
. . r ... , , .
A Zl.:u'A X ii I-'-Tak i o cr:v'.i i:n
weok, through misapprehension cf a
report fnrni.shed by n member of tho
1'oardof County Canvacsors,m statin;
that Thompson, Democrat io candidate
for Judjru of I'robattvind Footo,Doiu
ocratie candidato for I'epresentativo
1st Diht:ict, had fcniall mnjorities on
tho homo voto. Tho Republican can
didato for J ud go of l'robato is elected
by a majority of til, and tho Repub
lican candidate for Repreioutative, 1st
Dlst. by a majority of S5, on tho
homo voto. Samuel W. Yawkey,
Rep. 1 elected Representative, lid
District, by a majority of Co.
Under tho provisions of tho Sol
diers' Voting Raw, tho votes east by
tho soldiers' will bo brought back by
tho Commissioners, and delivered to
tho Stato Roard of Canvassers, by
whom they will bo eauvassod, and a
certiGcato of tho result sent to tho
several county clerks. In tho mean
time, until this certificate hi i all havo
been received, tlio Roard of Count;,
Canvassers do not dcclaro any Qjficer
clotted. Tho wholo will not bo com
pleted until forty days after tho elec
tion. .
A Cii;xr.i:ors "Wisir. A correspond
ent of tho Uirt;w Trilvns giving
an account ox a sulc Roi uers vo
for Lincoln under circumstances of
extremo didiculty and peril to his
health, concludes with tho wish that
ho may livo long " t teo tho wi-dom
"of his judgment in voting for Abra
" ham Lincoln, for President, in ISO 1."
If ho docs so livo ho will unquestion
ably attain an ago which will forever
put to rest all claims of Methuselah
or any other man to the honor o f be
ing tho "oldest man on record." Wo
endorse tho wisji, however, for a faith
ful Boldier, however ho votes, if his
choico is tho result of honest convic
tions, is certainly entitled to a very
long furlough from ssrvico in tho
" dark valley."
Sixon.Ai:. Tho Chicago Tones, 1.
Y. World and other Democratic papers
whoso appearance in subscribers' boxes
fii tha I'ont itrtfu In thM
nity Io"n-
Visits, feV
vlvctdun inn "l!!;o an.'"!.
and far between," now como with tho
utmost regularity and aro distributed
with promptness and alacrity savored
with a very slight dash of urbanity
a feature in tho business hitherto
wholly unknown. This improvement
however creditable, hhows so plainly
tbo purpose and practlco of tho "gov
ernment " in tho suppression of new s,
heretofore that its misdeeds aro only
mado tho moro hideous by tho con
trast. Koldikks' Vote. Tho probability i
that C. II. Cago Rsq., Democratic
candidato for Prosecuting Attorney is
defeated by n email majority by tho
soldiers' voto. The latest intelligence
was that Wisnor was only lo behind,
with IS regiments to hear from. Tho
probability is that tho Republican can
didato for Circuit Court Commissioner
w ill also bo elected by this means.--Tho
other Democratic candidates for
County offices, saTO Judge of Probate,
wo think aro all elected beyond the
reach of contingencies.
What a Ciuxge of 25,000 Von:s
woci.i) I'j'.odcck. Tho New York
Times says: "As tho Presidential
election majorities aro now reported,
achango of U",0Q) votes in the b'tates
giving Lincoln tho smallest mnjorities
would eloct C.en. Mcdellan."
Tho Dcm -jcrati-j Voto of tho United
States.
ilio loilcwing tatiio snows very
1 1 , , i.l
late Presidential lection:
New Rngland
New York .-
Now J ersev
...200,000 !
810,000 I
(;;,ooo !
.-.270,0(10 j
Pennsylvania...
Delawaro ......
Maryland..'.....
Ohio
Indiana .
Illinois -
Miehigan. ..
, 8,000
.'O,O00
, 20.,fi00
1. O,o, Ono
lbViiOO
.000
IMOi:Sm.
Wi
,10,'.)l!0
,.&f,0)(
,.50,000
...K.OOO
..S,0J0
iiiiiu. .............. .l.oiw.u.ni .
rn 1 ,. , e ri 11 :
Iho democratic; voto for McClollan !
,oi 4i. ....!
'P..l 1 Cl'lll fl'IM 1
1 jf f.m . !
Jjincolii lour years ago. Altliow'rli .
1 r 1 i i . t- - .- 1
dcloated, tho democratic organization i
: :. . . ;
.- Ull l.ll"ll,.i I'UIH I ill Hill I UUI1II I
frarcely inferior to its rival. j
.
Daxgkuoi-s Coirxrr.i:Ki:iT. Wo havo ,
boon howh nn iinitulion of tho goiiu j
1 i? tlio Rank of (hvo.;(, N.
1.. which 1.1 so like tho original, that ;
Y.. whic h is so lika tho original, thnfc ;
ncnQ mt nn expert can clctcct tho diT -
ference. Tho counterfeit w of recent
issue, and has not yet been noticed in
1 1 10 JaniC ioto Jicporur. ll Would, ;
rerimi s. 10 well to roluso n 11 isni
tif.h.'tr c. li m-i11 in r-nfimn nil Tilli nf
.1.:.. ....,....,:. .4i.
f.-f'thn invimi.t . !
7 i.v 1'irs.
iue:
Vi:ontjiioNS is Tin: Im vntkt. !
Tho following pr: -.motions, among
others, of oi'dceis in tho -3d Inf. havo
jubt been mad c'l.o Adjutaut'lien
cral'a ollico in I c troit :
First L'cuUnautj Win A. Rowis
t-) be Cuj t ia ieo Mc lli.ter tnvns-f.-rre
l; John Y. McKinn y to bo Cap
t.iiu vice Ayrcs hoacrubly di.-. barge 1 ;
Win. II. l'attei-Min to ho Captain vico
u(lru!l honorubly plMloirgctl; (Jeo.
R. (ireeu (Adj.) to bo Captain vico
J'uck:ii;!hr.m, lvsigr.td ; Albert A
Rl:i.on Jo bo Captum vice Ilou-jton,
I 1.M HH.-U , -.i im ui.. I
. i. i . ni t r ...i 4 . T ....f.... 1 1
Jveeh r t) bo bt Ricutcnaiit vice Lewi-,
promoted; R njamin A. Stuvtovant to
bo 1st Lieutenant vico McKinney,
prou oted; James A. Anderboa to bo
1st Lieutenant v'co I'atterson, promo
ted; Alon::o II. Crandall to'bolbt
Lientt-nant vico Rlmoro, promoted;
William Coodalo to bo 1st lieutenant
vit o Regolo, deceased ; Charles Muma
to bo Rt Lieutenant vice Koeler, pro
molevl ; Sergeants Merritt Vvr. Rlmoro
to to 2d Lieutenant vico "Wellington,
promoted; Royal Merrick to bo lid
Lieulonant vico 1'egole, promoted;
Talbot tleno to bo -d Lieutenant vice
Keeh r, jiromotod; lid ward A. Rddy
to bo lid Lieutenant vico Albro, pro
moted ; llasoii l. Alexandur to bo ld
Lieutenant vico r-'turtevant, promoted;
Calvin W. Smith to bo lid Lieutenant
vico Anderson, promoted; James, A.
Rus to bo lid Lieutenant ieo Cran
dall. promoted; Miehael Lat'lin to bo
lid Lieutenant vico Muma, promoted;
John Atchison to bo lid ' Lienteuunt
vico (Joodale, promotvJ; Dexter D.
Koeler to bo Rt Lieutenant and Ad
jutant vico 11 roe a, promoted.
. t HVTIvUTif'J.
"llui quiet dogmas of tho past aro
inapplicable to tlu) stormy present,"
fyiid Mr. Lincoln in ono of his mess
ages. Tho idea is becoming very
prevalent, and tho nation is tilled w itli
philosophers whoso brains teem with
what they nro pleased to term " prin
ciples of government." There is hot
a backwood's justico in tho abolition
party who does nut deem himself
capable of eliminating a pytte-ni of
government compared with which the
ono ircscriled bvour constitution will
, bo us a farthing candle to a Drum-
mond lie-lit. Members of fctato le":is-
laturos- aro nnitten with an idea that
tney aro important agents in jaciiuai-in-r
tho niaich of " rro:rress," and
abolition congressmen imagjuo them
selves hiwgicrs, inirustnl with amis
sion to reform all our institutions and
enlighten tho ngu vhilo doing 0.
Mine-tenths of the.-o Solohs have
about as ch ar a conception of what
they would do, e::cept to destroy, ns a
Digger Indian has of (Jothio architec
ture. They have mistaken tho twad
dle of tho multifarious Lni3 concen
trated in ubolitlouism for a " Divine
afil atm," and their own muddy and
senseless imagining for inspiration.
Ry theso the republic has been gov
erned tho past four years, and tho
quit dogmas of tho j ast w ill proba
bly bo held in us mprcmo contempt
by tho administration and its party
lor the four next succeeding, 'iho
infatuation is contagious. Wo Mud
th-i sub' ji'icd in a democratic news-
pap;
It re " vs to " I'Vegi e-ii ' hoped
i.t t'i'J next tw.iears Le a l'iu.a
I of freo mcntaLficlivity, fettered by no
i narrow and repressive formulas.
Whoever strikes out any new truth,
or even starts a plausible error with
vigor enough to provoko and quicken
intelligent investigation, is a public
benefactor."
Tho n bels " struck out a now truth"
when thoy mado slavery "tho-corner
Ktouo " nf their government. Cratz
Rrcwn, Carl JSrur.r, etc., " struck out
a new truth " in tho discovery that
" wo nro tho revolution." Foumr
and l'romlhon " struck out new
truths," as did also Mrs. Rloomcr.
It is possible that " events big with
tho l'ato of nations" may reuiiiro
something of a chango in tho
appti-
cation of old political tiuths, but ho
wdio hopes by " tho collision of mind
with mind'' to mako new discoveries
in political ethics or the principles of
government, is charmingly confident
in tho capacity of the present age, and
contemptuously pkeptieal of the wis
dom of tho ages proceeding. Tho
daily discoveries of seicmo scarcely
moro nlfect political than religious
truths. i'iica,o Timm.
A Pitoros.vT.. Tho Ypsilanli .9. ?
7, speaking of tho recent campaign
in this r'talo, and the ardor and abili
ty with which it has been conducted
by democratic speakers nnd writers,
submits tho following proposal: .
"The campaign is ended. It has
been n;i arduous one, though not fully
huccesf-ful. Wo tannot help feeling
j desirous of enjoying a moro extensivo
and intimate acquaintance with thoso
who have worked with us in tho cause.
AVo therefore suggest that the b'tate
Central Committee invite all w ho have
worked in the past campaign, by wri
ting or speaking, together with such
others ns may choose to attend, to a
1 - iv
if I'vi ' i.i" ruiij; nii'i iiiuiiii, iu iuuuil,
or siK'h other place as may be deemed
most convenient. Let us come togeth
er, compare notes of tho past and
ideas of tho futui'o, and cnjy a good
generally. Will not cur fellow labor
ers of tho press second the motion r"'
FROT.I THE SCUTir.
f'jtci;.l l-N.'h h S tl Wrtorn l"rrM.
Ni:w Yoi:K, Nov. R).
The Richmond llvqin'rcr of tho 10th
7o ()(,) ; h"w ,l(J tlol,,,t 'ut th"t ,r;lnt l'lalim;'1 l.ti New York citv, providt-d tho pro
X, 000 i Hf i've:iient from Atlanta towards VV0(U )Q n-.j viuted to the com
"O'r.t)') W it leiiriifl that n ileet of jforU nnl necessities of tho reb-
S0VHia!trai,f,p:.its laden with .Mipphes ar-1 (l rrisolKr8. U:0 fal0 of cotton
lOOt.'O'Vt i11! P1Vnsiu'a- V vlatm 1Jmt I nn.l purchao of Bupplica to bo
1 loo'l cieit atcti tuo rian, ana mat .
t i :.. ..1 :..- 1 .. :
. iiuiinuu i .11 iinii-juiii, iuil iw r:os
is ut Uralgcport, but it says
is not improbable tuat at- !
nould nut bo gu-eu to it. ,
tho plan 1
teuTion tno
"Wliether there 13 or is i:ot(a forco to
meet Hherman ho will ascertain when
, . ,, .. 1 1 1 1
ho makes t 10 altenii't. llo jnii'ti
1 .1 ,,. 1 u x
reucli tho Gull, nvoi powering all of
ht
of)-
iosuig force, ana fix his m w oa?o
1 . ,, (1 lt. .
utiou tho Mat"is 01 tho uult. Jmt
K . ., u . , ,1 ,,
what then? I he march would bo all
1 j
)
. ,,
tho ' aVu,V ' ,? !
roiuidihliou notion:
MiouUl Jmvo nc
, nml Avoiill find
himself opposctl in tho fprin by air
othor nrmy.
Tho ,W,:r', of tho Kth,
Cli.nh.': ton : hovcnty-nx t.!i
Kavsoft
Chaile: ton : Movent v-f-ix allots were
Mln - d at tho city on W'.Mlnesday night
' nnd eighteen on Thursday. Tho Yun- i
j kef-s nro r.ountin.r a no v.- gun, repor-1
leu 01 mo nines soen-muo puuei 11, .
at juiitrv airaer. j ncv ai.i rjn- :
at IlAtirrv Wn-riicr.
timin l.ni-ilv liouliii t n ifi m u 11 i t hiti In
l-atU-rlci (h-crj mil AVojiitr. No j
clianj'o in t'.io Hi et is ifioifnl. Tlio
btato mihtary
works, ftt (jivcnvxllo,
will bo sold ut am tion on tho loth by
order of Gov. Ronham.
In tho-rebel Rohm) ;f Repvesenta
tie, lOlh lion. II. C. ChamUrt, of
Jlississippi, .mado a j-pcech on Iho
question of negio troops. Ho r.aiJ,
"Iho question i: not whether they
havo not been known to light, but
whether they can bo leliod on to light
huecLs; iully for. us now is tho present
death grapplo w ith our enemies, on
what n.otivo is tlio negro to light our
buttles? llo is, after 'all, a huiiian
biunr Hiid acts UT-on motivcH. Will
-.ll..rt,;,n 1,U li-(fitnm V 'I'lm em..
my will oll'ef him his freedom, and
also, as a deserter, immunity from
military eervioo. Will you oiler him
tho privilege to return homo to his
family a freo man aftor thoviur? -That
you daro not do, remembering
it was tho freo negroes of r?t. Domingo
who caused tho insurrection of tho
slaves and the enemy would ovon meet
that oiler with a promise of a return
to his southern, homo, with tho right
of property in it. Instead of achiev
ing our independence with our own
right p.rm, wo turn to tho slave, and
imploro him to establish our freodom
Olid slavery upon himself, or at least
upon his family, and upon diis raco
forever, lie, at least, after his term
of service, is to bo banished to'Liberia,
or other inhospitable shores, with the
world before him whero to choose, for
tho fcftatea could nover permit any
army of negroes to bo rcturnod homo
either freo or slave. The war is to bo
fought solely by white soldiers and
black laborers, or by w hite laborers
and w hito soldiers. Try to intermingle
the two when you may, tho attempt
will fail. When tho. negro enters tho
army, tho white soldier will leave it.
llo becomes tho laborer. His labor
must support himself and tho negro
soldier. This scheme, if attempted,
will end in rapid emancipation and
colonization in tho North, by bringing
up tho slaves by regimeuts und brig
ades to tho opportunity to escape to
tho enemy by emancipation and colo
nization to thoso w ho render servico
to us for a specified period. In nny
aspect this is a subject to subvert the
labor and social system and tho polit
ical system of our country. Letter
far .to employ mechanics and preserve
that institution, which is not only tho
foundation of our wealth, but tho
palladium of our liberties. Mako tho
experiment, of course, with negro
troops, ns tho last means to prevent
subjugation, but when wo hhall be
reduced to exclaim to tho fd.ivo, "help
us or we tiuk," it w id already become
quite immaterial what course to
pursue.
Tho Richmond VVj of tho 10th
says: A largo portion of hherraau's
force, it is reported, is already moving
towards Solum, Ala., and if this be
true, Mobile luut oe Jus ucotinalion.
Apropos to tho conjecture, wo
that an immcu.so ileet of trans'
learn
msports,
laden with stores, has ai rived in Mo
bile Ray,, w hich looks as if a move
ment was contemplated at an early
day in that quarter.
Tbo Richmond Whij, of Wednes
day, says an immense Meet of trans
ports havo nnived in Mobile Fay, in
dicating a movement iu that quarter.
f .r.c!ul M'lu'.cU to tlio Wi'jte;n Ptt.
Ni:w Yoi;h, Nov. 10.
Tho ITa-alPs Hilton Head letter
ghves n Hit of Union o'llccrs who es
enped from tho rebel prifon at Colum
bia, and, after twelve days hardship,
reached our fleet: Capt. J. L. Raton,
FUhTenn. Cavalry; Capt. Alfred A.
Dickcrsoh, ICth Conn. ; Capt. Rath
bone, lo'ld Ohio ; Capt, Thomas T.
Rurko, 10th Conn. ; Capt. (ieorge
Smith, 10th low a ; dpt. Win. J.
Runnels, 7th Ohio ; Capt. T. R. Rob
inson, 10th Conn. ; 2d Lieut. John A.
Rider, 11th Ohio. They stato that
private soldiers at Columbia are infi
nitely worse otf than olfieers. Many
have nothing to cover their na
kedness but grain sacks, with holes
cut in then for naked aris. Doens
crawl out of prison pens every night,
and aro fhet by tho guard. Many
aro killed in this way. Thoso es
caping to tho woo .Is aro hunted by
dogs, and many aro killed in this
manner. Capt. Purke escaped to tho
woods on tho lHh of October, and
was hunted by bloodhouods, and was
torn so horribly that he died in n fow
days. Thero aro about 2,000 pris
obers in this pen, and hundreds aro
without pantaloons or shoes. For
days together all rations aro w ithheld
from prisoners, nnd then rebel otlieers
eomo in and oiler food to thoso who
take tho oath of allcgianco nnd join
the sauthcrn army. In this way, un
der tho pangs of hunger, many havo
taken tho oath of alleiganco to tho
Southern Confederacy . but of course
few feol tho oath, under such ciicum
ttancc?, binding upon their consciences
News. A lato Jlichmond Jlltij eays:
Thero no longer remains any doubt
Sherman boldly cut himself from his
communication and his b.i, and
plunged headlyng into tho hoart of
(leorgia. Ilia aim beyond question,
is to fcecuro r position upon tho sea
board, where ho may recoivo rein
forcements and fcupplios at leisure, nnd
having thero established his base,
prosecute further operations neJtt
spring or during tho winter.
Tho 1 Inquirer says: Col. OuM,Vm
mbaionor of llxchangn, was author
ized by tho Confederate Government
to make n proposlton to Grant on tho
11th inst., to s nd 1,0)( bales of cotton
,,i. 1,.. Mn;r r.r.nrnl 'IS vtu.
-. " ' i "
nrr nt j.'ort' Vumm, or lh ig. Gen.
Vlu. j. jo:,l0, n!so prisoner, who is
lo'b,, psiroled, to bo allowed tho facility
to mako advantageous fates
Th
outlay nnd tho tlitiibution to bo mado
by a commission of Confeih iato olli
coi'3 who nro prisoners, nnd who aro
to bo (landed for tho purpose Trans
portation to bo u fiord od hy tho Con-
led o.ni to government free. Gen. Grant
replied 0:1 tho TJth nnd occeeded to
tho proportion unliesitatingly. Jho
cotton is lo btj fthipped from Jfobilo
ui'tliln tin ilavn.
- -
biiEUXHN s Hovkmkxt. A St. Loin
dispatch, of the 1 Ith, Pays: "An
ofliecr of Sherman's taff is hero, who
states that ho has orders, when his
jeuv u e.pire, w join uiiernniu ny vuy
oi mo .mninuo t ci
mast, at Savannah.
1 f o fTTtOft s Sh Minn n i mnrr-li rhflrcw
ly "hcro (h:org;ia to that I'laoc."
CoNciiCHs. Tho thort Bosaion of tho
3StU Congress will commence on the
fth of December, ono week from
next Monday,' and end March -1th,
lfcOu. ...
If you tliink your opportunities nro
not good enough, you Lad better im
prove them.
Forgive. 1 f your neighbor's ofTenso
is rank, don't let yours bo rancor.
Watches aro often etolon. Every
w atch hhould be on its guard.
Daticnco, is but lying to, and riding
out tho g&lo.
READ THE NEWS
NEW CONCERN!
Clothing Store!!
FuwiiCFsor to
BARCLAY a TYLER.
Having changed hi Duhlnrsa, hn now on hand
at iLe old Maud v
VnlJt!ffton St. oi'posltc lJancroft House
' A New nnd Klegnnt Stcx-k of
READY MADECLOTH!NG i !
W!ic2a .wall he Sold
At lh very lowest rlees
FOE pyLSXI.
A CHOICE SUPJ?LY OF
CSINKfS CO U S.
l'ANTS, Vl'.ST?, JACKETS.
HOYS rt.oTllINcl
uKN'l'ri H'KNlSlIINa fiOODS
And cvcrjtliinstiu the l'oe, Llth I 111 foil at
tlio very lowtsi rate.
Terms Cash.
Corr.p toid exninina my Mm-k, which 1 unsur
1 E. HUT.
n.i::ts.snaw, Auj 21. 15C4. nit
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
riM!l! rn-l'iirliiprfliiT) litrctofure exitin2 nndor
I tho tnuno f I'm rn. I, I'.n.-. k OcVornu, U this
day diff lvo l ly imitind cinisi ut. Tlio ufooutiln
i.f'tho bile Criii will lo sittlod nt tbo ciHlieof
1:f A '.. ruo, or ut ILe lrn Stnro of 1-iirrund
d. Uuiium. li t.
is. n i:o.y,
Os'CoK.NE.
Frpt. 2i, IPC I. 27U6
VALUAlLS K LL FROrEfiTY
ANP -
Private Hcriidcnco
IX 'pay citv,
F O R OA L E .
f P 111 Fill ril or will rdlon rcnfonnlTi term,
1 the Stemn Sjw Mill kn.iwn p frLo "cJrnnt
k, Yuy Mill," cuitrnlly locutcd in 1'iiy City, tlio
r rruiiscs hwinj liOJ ii-tt river front, nnd rom
.rliiiiff twelve full lnts luill n-w, c:ia-ity
4,0o J,cC0 fwt, ruiiiiliis 1 iiRO cdrt-uliir nnd mulcy
llWlilo t:i dwulliii' linui-o nud three litn (n
e'cnl r Mrcet. a tnot tl. sirul.lo i nii.nty.in fi 10
condition iili idiruhlery will (frown, r.nd nil ro
rjui'tilo convMiiciui , well, it tern, cullur, tto.
.A 11 1 v or ml Ircc.-'. L. FAV.
Uuy City, Mich
Fcjt.20, 1?CI. Glf
jucciscr.s to
C. E. Rosenburv 6c Co.
1iu1(.fu!o nr.d Hctail dcnlcrs In
GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS.
WLIch Ihcy offer to the trndo at the lowest mar
kit ibices
FOB CASI-I.
Vit would call the attontiun of
HOUSEKEEPERS
TO Ol'U STCCK OF
FLOUll COD FISH,
rouiv, SUOAK,
HAMS, TEA,
BUTTHK, COFl'EK,
SriCKlS,
Aj 1w to our fine asrortmrnt of .
FAMILY GHOCERIESj
, CONSISTING OP
ir.turrl Trcerved Teaches, Tir.e Apples,
Tickle 1 LoUtere-. Oyolere; C'anir
Cucuml er Tickles; Fiench
MuttaxJ; ?iunes iu
Jaib;
CURRANT?, r.AISIX3,nG5, Ao, Ao.
AM) TO Ol'U
WOODEN WAP.E,
Ilouwcho'd InipVnirn' ofnW KIiwI, nnd
the mofst l c.iutlMil (ittcniKi cl"
Ivcrosone Lampa,
Rcpo Cl Tuinc, Paints fi; Oils,
MANNII.T.A IN COILS 1
UEl coi:ii
CLOTHlMNr.-Sj
11KM1' PACK I NO i
LATH A STAVU TWINE,
LARD,
WilAT.r, '
nx?rr.o.
LLllUICATlNtl nn.l
CAR HON OIL?.
FREY BROTHERS'
SCHOOL DGGKSSTATIGI'EnYi
SHEET MUSIC, '
rAl'JCR 11AXOINOS,
YANKEK NOTIONS,
FANCY ARTICIJ-S, &c.
boop: 33i3srrEjs
And IMaiik Hook .lluui.ladim r,
'Zoy ToU Toys!!!
j The larjjct nnd iVr t VAiitty of Toyn, tn Eait
rujjuiHw.
Al.o, a Vr lcndld Tri tjr nf urti. I:i for
Moliday Prccentc.
WntrrStrctt, oj Hite f il.l,?'it l'urniiure tore,
2J1 LtSalraw MkU
O "L!'N II.IM'.VA Th tnuc miMrntsr
l'mi't'lldr hk)kirk, CVi t. J'.ol.titoiit ill un
til tiuro oi i.ftvlK:itiou, boiwoen i.iui pii(;iimw ana
Aljuii, touthin( at way jxirtu, running In en
noctlun with rniliii.-iii from lolriit to Sutcimtw. 274
REMOVED.
SCIIMITZ AKD MO u LEYS havo remoeJ
llitiir l.vr'-c nn J i-on i lcle lok f Iliinhtmre.
Iron, Nuilri, (J'.im, fcluvri nJ Tin iVum
tli Mrncr T liniosoo nml Chi-h utrectii, to now
UrUk ItliM-k on Water .Street, four iluntu olv
the lirtJsi', ttiul nest Jir In b'itslW l'uruiture
lliint SitRtnaw, Oct. 30, ISGt. 274
IJRIVATK.
OVSQ
AND MIDDLK AOGD MEX,
Tnln t'nttlriiln r Villri.
... 1
It 1o 1 WhiI iii'g Sr:mish powders will euro in
twenty ono iliivn, without finlo f.aluro the
woivt i-ntto of ncru nul neukncnf", linputenvy
aiid iiprvoiixiM'H, tlnit cun ln produced wurrnntcd
to do it. I'licc fc'i. St-i.t hy mail to pry part of
tho I'nitod tntc4 or Canadas.
1 r. Do llotitin iond br mail to anr
obr'-'f addri-f, (tin flnc.t
M Tmimitod. A nru Tireventutiva to
dioontio und iireifHnnrr.
rri'-o Si each, or nix for 93, Addrfl
IK. 1H DONTIN Drawer 279, Dotmit, Mirh.
SEND yourordorn for Fheet Music nnd you
nre euro to get thi'io, free of potnge, on ro-
cei jit of market jrlto.
u. 1 . iiawui.u a, wo.
1864., 18G5.
LIVINGSTON & TOMS,
WINTER- TRADE:
Fuller than Ever 1 1
A Tremendous Stock
of Goods !
AN INCREASED RUSH OF CUS
. TOME1IS.
It If a fitct that we are rcliin goods at Icrs j ri-
cee thun nny houe in the Vullcy. Vo
hnvo tlio lict roTrctcd c tock ever
broht hero, and noarly tho
whelo was punliuccj ua-rin.-r
tlio
PRSOES,.
And we nre etllinj at rntc irojiortlonateljr low.
Clive us a cnll rnd exnmlne our afoi k 1 t-fi-ro
miikis j-our j'Urrhnri, as we nl-,iij like ti
thuw our g'w.ld und couip-irc our j rU-t-i.
Old Stand, Corner of Cer.cs"o nnl Water SU.
. . ... I I vt;aii'i-ot-A.. loiu, .
.lt Mi naw, IVt 1, llUI.
JULIUS BAUER & CO.
Great Piano Forte & Melodcon
s ra ? o r ium ,
c:iic(;o, 11. 1..
7holesalo Agents for
PRINCE Be CO.'S
1 r:rr.c .:::
MELODJEONS,
WAKRANTKO VOR FIVE 'YEARS.
Tlu Of Jen! Kl.tlj;Lnft in tli Uulnl Statin !
THIRTY THOUSAND
Of lit InMrtvn "in n-e now In mo.tly In lh
t'nli.'.l Kiul.'ii mn t'liiiitiln, uNoln Kumpi-, A.l, Africa,
Soul li AiiM'ili'n, nml iliv V. st Ii.iIIh., mnl fin mall lli-e
riili r. ki'Jmv m .ft lint tHilna ! liiui.iil.. rf tli
I1UI1 "liniuti 111 In wli'cli llii-y tri Iih.. AI nil IJ3
triat Kxkihitio'in, liny li iv Invarialily btvn
Avardl tin Hijlisst Premium !
wlin -vfr exlili.l.lnir In e.nii-llilm with ot!n-r. Wt
hall Ink ln4iir In fnrw.irllin lijr miiil (nl nor own
x)fn) our llmirn'fl (Vi'iiri, In wtilch rvcry
ln!nmii n wi tniiiiufiii-tiirt., I) fuliy UcKrlljcd anil lllut
tmlvj by tli'.itit ent'i vlii(!.
CAUTION!!
Wn.tillf n.lriTtln.'ni.'iitii of ntno nrw rd In.
truim nt. (nlih i.triinu'i1 n'tiitf.) iiirMnlnn to he up.
rlur In M"iiili.ont mi I fclnml Drmi.. A nrw riicrlor
nml new nmire i l n iiui'illy mlrml att"iitl'in; but
Hie pul'lic Hill Iim r In irliiil lint nil K'fd Imtiimimtg,
IKiW m:inif:ir'jrr. In t'. t'nlt. .1 H-nti mill l'iini:,
rn a i itrnr nii'n ,vni If m ull u ilkout infringing
ir p lit it(i, vti. t ut our in n. ,
;::). a. imi.ci: & to.
.IUL1I S mVVM & CO.
Imli t il nl f..r
CKLUBUATLD
GoldHodalPiano Forte3
Alito, for
8o::2:lk:( & sui :ii, c.isD3i.i l chiy,
Am! other Firt Cl.m IUno.
jra iiif,i-liin r nml Importers nf
MUSIC A T, INSTRUMENTS,
STIILVns, AOCOIlDKONfl.
VIOIiLVS. CIjMIINKTS,
DIIU.MS, GUITARS,
DRA3S iMSTRUME NTS
A.i.1 ot'.icr Mar.Ical Merchandise.
TV 9i.rn inl II;iim I.mT! cmkt, of our mann.
ficli:r,- nn.l ti .fc-rt Ml -n, i:ii. u. .1 . Ur !.
.n'nU.tn tlii t'l.ll i l .-i:it. , nml h'ik v. r rxl,l!,U f-cl
iilw.iyi I jd l!iv- 0-.M tvU! nn.l iiiuuT
rnKvii-M!.
f i.r!l nl:iT'"t--ri;f. wt'!, Mi.n;sf;n4.ir!n irim.
In li.-iliti. t.i'liKl., Di-i.lu, v;l.iu.l nn.l Ihi-... w are
.r..,v.r.-. to f.irn nii liKAI.KP.,4, HAXD.1 nml IMtlVIO.
fAL-t. wl-lnvi y ankle In l,j at IV twt.i nmn-lilacliiri-rr
ilin.
I lh- rc:neinbcr T'lace.
Mii'Lirs iu:n & co.
VHOLKSALK WARKROOMS,
93 S. Claik a 03 Vashlnslon Sts.
IIICMOO, ll.l,.
IV PED Kftll A CIUCCI.Att.
Music MMusic !
THE KART SAGINAW SILVER
CORNET RAND
VtILL f"n Murlo for PnUio Deinnnrtra
f f tion, Mcctinfr, Kxi-nniiona, Jlnlhi nml
Private TwrtieF, on rci.nall term. A full or
chestra and Cornet I'-nnd.
Am ly to S. 0. CLAV, Lrn,lr.
ltooiu, fynrmft II una L'IkU, prer Allardt A
Co'i Tol.acco Ftore.
Kaat Sagtnaw, Sept. 20, 1C4. 3Clm3
x i.rH i ' ..I .t.rt
HURON HOTEL!
CODERICH, C. W.
J. J. WRIGHT, rUOritlETOR.
rpiIR FuWriter having reaumfd the rminne
.L infnt of thi flntt dim Hotel, truU ly bM u
tion to buMntw, to evuru ag iin tlio u rt of
LU oumeroui Atni-rican frieii'li who ro iiU;iiny
patronized liltn lint y:tr.
l trmt, .,IHI UUJ. fliurrnnu turicii-;,
Uoderiuh, July 27th, 1?C4.
STATIONERY
For the Multitude.
rt
xn
o
o
O
M
Largost Assortment of
WALL PAPER
EVER RROUOIID. TO THIS
MARKET.
IVJE7 w a o on s
FOR FALL and "WINTER TRADE, 1SC3-4
llai juht received a largo nJ attractive
sortiuciit tf
COOKS AtiD STATIONERY
EM RR AGING STANDARD,
M.1SCELLANEOUS,
CIASSICAL AND
SCHOOL ROOKS,
JUVENILE AND TOY ROOKS,
RIULE AND PRAYER ROOKS,
Lar;e lot of Cnp, Le tter and Note Toper, Stnr lo
and tunc v stationery, J.nveioj 0 01 an
kiud, lilunk Look, Memorandum
and i'fwi llooks.
MAEIK, TODD 1 CO'S LEERATED
GOLD 3P332STS,
Wat'-hen, Jewelry, Ture Silver Vnrp, Rich jdated
UoodM, Clock), &c , Ac, together with a
largo Mock of
I ' T'aa lnr?pt ftoik of Hull Tnr rr ever offered
AMUIiy ".jlij j ,y yj''tfr nrw ytvle nnd putcrtii',
j ty, C'nrtBin fminrcK, Ac, Ac, nil of which will e
! eold LOW )K CASH, m my motto U quick
! tlct oud Miiull i.ront. 2lSy T. K. IK
MEW GOODS,
"MEW GOODS,
AT
E. P. & II. L. Penfield.
Irving- Block, Gonecee Street.
FAIL AND WlNTEil
DRESS GOODS,
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
KNITT GOODS,
WOOLEN HOSIERY & GLOVES,
Woolen Yarn, all Colors.
BLANKETS,
RAGS,
FLANNELS,
Carpets,
Druggets.
Wall Paper,
PAPER HANGINGS, &c, &c, &c,
Alo Agent fur the Celebrated
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
STATE CF MICIIKJAN In the Circuit Court
for the Ooiihtjr of Saginnw.
Curti Kinoritun, 1 Notii-e i hercliy plvcn, thnt
V. on tlio l?iu dny .f JSo.teiiil'r,
John Tully. ) A. 1. . 1SG-1, a writ of attach
ment wna ln-ucd out of the Circuit Conit f r tho
Countjr of i-'nginnw, at tho uit if Curtin Kiner
.n, tho alove nnniod plrtinfiir, eK"'" John
Tullr, the ahovennnicd detendnnt, for tlio rum f f
two hundred and fifty-rrvrn and 24-10i th dollnrn,
which writ wni rptnrnlile Octohcr 4th, 1F(!4,
upon which pMi rrty wna attached, lut the defun
diir.t could not .e fuiin I.
271 CHAIW'CKY I! OACK, ITttTKy. Att'
IOR LADIES
ANTOINETTE'S CHEAT
t;am()qFErWLE PEGULJiTI!3 PILLS
j Decidedly the :ot pertain ani
Ci,.ipJ:vl.reliiililo fireparntion for irrepnhir
itic nnd removal of nil oMrttctioD. i-ver intn..
duced. No lnnriiril l i.lv iKa.,1 1 1,.. !.,.., il..
jull. Thcj ere mil ! nml imfo, j-t ln.wvrful nml
rure In hrinjrin,-; a Indjr round. Ko reRnhitor
j ever in ikdrivo such complete :itirf.icd'mn. tun
I cisof Loxc nre iit d.iiljr bj mail in ever li-
; rccMon. Lnlicj gel thcui nnd kci ji them on
luuid, thoy nr jut-t tlio thin. I'mo SI and
three jKist igo rtiioipj. tnt l y return mail lo nny
addresj, to any jmit of Iho I nitcd tuto or Can-
niina. i rmtcJlirections nml iircul.ir, n nlmn
aome vnluul.le l.intu to ludic, rent with each
box. Addruas Dr. 1k I!okti!, ARt-nt,
1'. O. Drawer 2711, Detroit Jlich.
N. P. Cnnnot he In1 of drupnta.
NOTICE.
AT a meeting of tha Directors of tha Oneida
Solar Salt Co , hold at tha office of the Soc
retry, in I tic, N. Y, on tho 2Pih of Octher,.
pnllof Fifty Ccnta a rh.ira wa mnde, jmynljlo at
the nflica of tha Trcapurcr, in l.'.rt Snp'nnw, on
tha lUth d.iy of Dci-embcr next; a furtlior call of
nme amount inyldii on the I A day of Fohruary,
and a f.irthor collodion of pumo nmount
yayable on tlia l.t day of March, Ifti., 275-W-4
JOHN 1!. ritENTlSS.Secrernr.
I tl. a, October 23 lJtil.
NOTICE.
TfIIFREAS, my w fe, Farah E. Lrntcr, hn
V? hc.alrftmy Led and bonrd without Jut
eaune or rornoAtion, t hia i to forbid all Tptuii
hnrborim; or trtiftinji heron my account, an I will
pay no delta of her contract injj. (n27.-r-w-i )
IIARISU.V II. LE.STE11.
LV?t Saginaw, NoTCinler , 1BS4.
Nil
WATCHES tJEWELBY
A FULL
STOCK I
George C. Sanborn's
rrruTctr.TT crnrr
u n iv u illicit: oiuuj
Exohango Block,
Corntr of Gentse$ and Water Ktruii
Had Saginaw.
I alwaji f uf.j liod with a full itixk of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAM
ILY AND SHIP SUPPLIES.
AVOODKN WARM CORD
AGE, &c.
Which will be told at
Wholesale & Retail
At aa low a figure ai the atiite of tho market will
How.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Tea,
Coffeo,
Sugar,
Molasoes;
Syrupa,
Bpicca,
. Driel Truit,
Prime Quality and In prices to suit purchaicra.
BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS
SHOULDERS, DRIED MEAT,
MEAL, FLOUR AND PORK,
BUTTER, EGGS, LARD,
VEGETABLES,
FRUIT.
And all kinds of
t COUNTRY PRODUCE.
General awortincnt cf
SHIP SUPPLIES CORDAGE, &C .
PicUes,
Preserved Fruits,
Helishes,
. JCxtraet$t
And General Family Supplies.
AIm a com U-to stock of
WOODEN, "WILLOW AND STONE
WARE, KEROSENE OIL,
&c, &c,
Orders from Retailer, Lumbermen, Vesretf
Owneri, Hotel Keeper, and othera filled to any
extent desired.
Pat putronngo gratofully acknowledged and
it continuance desired.
n-243.Tl.- nEO.C.SAXCOHN.
L'nft fsi'inaw, April 5, 18C3.
FCH THE FALL TRACE.
I am icllingwi Choice Lot of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
PLAIN AND CHECKED
SHIRTING FLANNELS.
riain and Twilled,
White, Ilcd, Yellow and Dluo Flannels.
Wool DeLaincs,
Alracu and Mohairs,
SIiumIm, llnluinrnl Skirts, Lo
And othcrClood!-, nt roduccd price..
i: YoKT,
C5r:int Ilioi 1, Wiu-hinj-ton utrcct.
ruft Piiqinnw, fj t , ISu'l.
FISH AND VEGETABLE
MARKET.
Crou8a riock. Wnnhington Street, (lately oceu
cupicd by Schupp t Lnr'm, as a Dry
Goods Store.
J. R. BOYDj
nPHE Tionecr Fih, Fruit nnd YtRotable doal
Jl. er In East Snginnw, rofiH-tfully announce
to hit old customer, and tho mihlio in pcnornl,
thnt he huaoj ened an etnbliKhir cut at the alxva
otund, where ho w 11 keep on hand, at all times,
Tho Largest and Best
sortment of
As-
Pickles, Siiucea, Can'd Fruita and Tinh, and
Hermetically Scaled Fi.-h in pcncrul, to
be found in tho Snginnw Yallcy.
Fresh Fruits, Fish, Vegetables
and Oysters,, Received Daily,
And sol I lower thnn at any other establishment
in tha Yallcy.
J.K.BOYD.
Tost Sa-innw, Srpt. 1, 1FGI.
N. 15. Tho entrnnco to Fchupp & Darlc's Dry
Goods Store, w ill be found on Oencaea Street,
same entrance ns Grocery Department. fttitS
FOR SALE CHZAP.
A
n uptight Steam Engine, 8 Inch We, 16
inch stroke and two-flue boiler for tlio saino.
k. t. Tiutoor.
East Saginaw, Oct. 27. 1SG4.
MA1TLAND HOTEL.
GoPriuciT, C. V.
B. WILSON, TEOPItlETOK,
(LntoE. IIokcr.)
This Ilotol, convrnient to tho hiiN'Leas part of tho
Town, in situuted on nn eniinonce comuinndin)
a beautiful view of tho River M.iitluud, llurlxir
and Chorea of Lake Huron. Sacioua tlardcn.ik
l'leiixiiro (imuniN. Ao., nttimho l. Every con-.
yrnienco for Fishing; l'urties, Touricts, and
tlioHo scrkinij a pleiiHunt nnd Hoallliy Summer
licsort. Choice Liquors nnd Cigars. Ouiuihua
botongin to tho llouse iu attendance at tho.
Foot und Cars.
New Drug Store
Washington St , three doors north of Post Offica..
Farrand & Duncan,
Have oprncd n Xcw Dnig Sti.ro en !."r; ('.r
Mreet, F:'.t S'.i!u.mv. w he: c t !j r
hilNO A lioii C PiMiltlliCl.t lil'
Drugs & Medicines,
OF EVERY VARIETY,
All Hew, Fresh & Pure.
ALSO
Toilet Ailiclrs PcrfuisM-ry,
CosmrUcs, Ac.
PAINTG.JCHL8. &C.
ChoiceBavana Cigars,BcstBranda
Standard Patent Medicines.
E7Precriptiont put op at all hours, Day
and Night.
A shnro of publio pntmnatre Is solicited.
East Saginaw, Oct 13, lPOt. 230 ly
CIGARS! CIGARS!
A lnrgo lot of cheap and high-priced e igara
jiut received, and for salo wholpsnleainl retail by
M. II. ALLAH DT Co.,
Irinj Rkxk, cne door wrst of Little's Tank.

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