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The Pto • ova Sense.
US'•• * I
There is a text here for • sermon—and a' '
long ono 7 on the part of any use who has
• desire to animadvert upon the causes of
the rebellion; and the fallen. which have
BO generally slimmed the prosecution of
the war. They may all be found, we think,
in , the depravation of the inner sense—in
that obliquity of the moral perceptions,
which has deadened our sensibilities to
crime, and taught us to look upon the most
heinous of transgrnsions against religion
and humanity—upon perjury, robbery,
murder, and treason—not only as venial in
themseiveirbut u in no way damaging to
the private reputattoni of those who in
dulge in them.
It is amazing the extent to which all
moral ideas were deranged at the outbreak
of the present rebellion. Thus, when grave
Senators, who were sworn to support the
Constituticn, rose in their places to dealer;
their purpose of violatini their obligations,
by abandoning their seats, and destroying
the Government itself, which had never in. ,
Jared them, , Representatives of the Free
States. instead of denounciing them as
traitors, and 'meeting them upon the spot,
were not ashamed to take them by the
hand, as they were going out of that Cham
ber, bresthing threatening, and slaughter,
and to say—if not setae—the equally eig
nipint word, "farewell." '
So, too, when some of these very men
had the audacity, a short time afterwards,
to present themselves, as Ambassadors, to
demand of the President (Buonaux) •
partition of the empire with the traitor
mal-contents, instead of throwing them
into prison, and directing their indictment
for treason spinet the Government, as
General JACKSON would have done, he dis
missed them with great "consideration,"
as "honorable gentlemen," to carry out
their plans st their leisure.
And A 111111 1 / 4 when RZAIIIIIGAILD and
Lin, the sieves o the Government, receiv
ing its pay and sworn to stand by its Ss&
by a doable perjury and treason, •whicit
would have tarnished the escutcheon of the
veriest Swiss who ever hired out his steel,
abandoned their commands, and carried
over_ to the rebels the knowledge which
they had acquired at the expense of the
GOverDl2lo3lt, their first official communisa
tion to the General of our grades, was an
swered by a kindly message, conveying to
them his teadaest "regards".
And so, also, when men of the same de
scription were captured in arms, or arrest.
El as spies, they were turned loose amongst
our watering ,pleoes, to elbow loyal oiti
sens, and be admired by Northern ladles,—
on their parole of ham/
And *gala, when that parole was dela•
manly violated, by soundest.' like these,
and they were, taken anew in arms, al
thorigh condemned to die, ***Oran' to the
Isws of war, they were straightway par
doned by the Executive for the breach—u
in the cue of the Lieutenant Governor of
And to ism up all, when an intelligent
rebel like Stonewall:salmon, educated also
by the nation, and without the apology of
either ignorance, or injury for his great
and laminable crime againstliberty and
'humanity, is summoned away impenitent,
by a blow from hls own associates, which
Divine vengeance seems itself to 'have di
rected, to answer for his complicity in the
wholesale - matter, and treason, and rob
bery, which have broken up the fountains
of domestic peace, and desolated the whole
land With the terrible scourge of civil'war, I
he is forthwith translated to heaven, by '
pious hands,in a chariot of fire, just because
he added to his great offence, dui still
Higher aggravation of hypocrisy, by insult
tug the Deity, in asking him to bless
cause, which God and man must alike un
demn, and "devils damned" alone could
look upon with favor, or toleration I
Wo doubt whether there is a case in ha
man history where the meanest, most cruel,
and most sanious or crimes hate been so
canonized. .iThe public sentiment, how
ever, which could gild suck atrocities with
the name of patriotism, or thei Lustre of
herolemorim evidence of such a deep-root
ed depravation, as was sufficientin itself to
neoeseitate the strife, and the slaughter, of
which we have been the victims. It begat
the rebellion, and has so dealt with it as to
aggravate its horrors ekthonsand,fold. The
very tenderness which it produced, has
cherished that rebellion at thsexpense of
oceans of loyal blood, ..ustE it has couched
the eyes of the blind, aid is Sow teaching
them to look upon the arithors of this great
crime, no' longer se honorable - gentlemen,
bat as parricides and fratricides, whose
lives would be • poor atonement for the
rain they have made. A little longer,
and even the Copperhead himself will be
scourged into grace, by the suffering which
will instruct him in regard to t h e tress
character of the crime which he has been
so elvers, to punish. We shall be all the
boner for the education we ,have been re
oeiviag in so rough a school; but we
have Wood to reform our Mal I nds,and
dog with treason as trsatio,ll . willbe idle
o expect that we shall be able to put it
An important survey of inuto„depotite
on tblienet of Pero hoe bnns eosoladtd,
and the stooks were eetimetod st 1,500,000
tone on the hiteibt ialssk 2,6.00,000 tone
on the - Gennep grotipinppottto the petal
of fit. Ifilent.attnik4,oolooo tons..tra the..
LotiiiialUinfiterolutwi_t total gnaw of
210,000 COO or 6414000,W ellerthig,„-,;.
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7 ..,. I
ales Famous Letter
to the Irish
We next refer to your declaration that the
two races, viz., the black and white, cannot
exist, on.equal terms, under your Govern
ment and your inetitutione. The le an ex
traordinary asserttoit to be made at the
„Yon allndecindeed, to An
tigua and Bermudas. But we , will take
you to where the experiment hes been sae
oesdally made upon a largescale--IllamelY,
There the two rases are on a perfect
equality in point of law. The law does not
recognize the slightest distinction between
the races. You have borrowed the ter
greater part of your &adroit,s from the cant
phraseology which the West Indian slave
owners, and especially those of Jamaica,
made use of before emancipation. They
used to assert, as you do now, that Aboli •
den meant destruction; that to give free
dom to the negro would bete pronounce the
assassination of the whites; that the negro
10 soon as free, would massacre their form
er owners, and destroy their wives and
families. In short, your prophecies of the
destructive effects of emancipation ere but
faint and foolish echoes of the prophetic
apprehenelote of the British elaveowners.
They might, perhaps, have believed their
own assertions, because the emancipation
of the negroes was then an untried experi
ment. But you—you are deprived of any
excuse for the reassertion of a disproved
calumny. The emancipation has taken
place—the compensation given by England.
was not given to the negroes, who were the
only persons that d ed compensation.
It was given to the so-called "owners." It
wee an additional wrong—en additional
cause of irritation to the mines, but gra
cious Heaven I now nobly did that good
and kindly race—the negroes—falsify the
oaluminous apprehensions' of their task
masters I Was there one single murder con
s: quent on the emancipation? Was there
one riot—one tumult—even one assault?
Was there one single white person injured
either in persdn or property ? Was there
any. property spoiled or laid waste? The
proportion of Degrees in Jamaica to white
men is as SOO to 60, or 8U per sent. Yet
the-most perfect tranquility has followed
the emancipation. The criminal courts ire
slatost unemployed; ninatenthe of the jails
are empty and open •, universal tranquility
reigns. although the landed proprietors
have made use of the harshest landlord
power to exact the hardest terms by way
of rent from the negroes, and have also en
deavored to extort from him the largest
possible quantity of labor for the smallest
wages, yet the kindly negro race have not
retaliated by one single sot of violence or
of vengeance; the two races exist together
upon equal terms under the British Gov
ernment and under British institutions.
Or shall you say that the British Gov
ernment and British institutions are pre
arable to yours ? The vain and vaporing
spirit of mistaken Ilepubliosaism wiU not,
permit you to avow the British superiority.
Yon are bound, however, reluctantly, to
admit that superiority or, else to admit
the falsity of your own assertions. Noth
ing can, in truth, be more ludicrous than
your declaration in favor of slavery. It,
however, sometimes rises to the very bor
der of blasphemy. Your words are, "God
forbid that we shoutd advocate 'human bon
dage in any shape."
Oh I shame upon you! flow can you take
the name of the All-Good Creator thus in
vain I What are you doing? Is not the
entire of your address an advocacy of hu
Another piece of stilliness. You allege
that it is the Abolitionists who make the
slave restless with his condition, and that
they scatter the seeds of discontent. Now
wi you treat us with such contempt as to
the assertions of that kind in your address?
How can you think we could be so devoid
of intellect as to believe the negro would I
not know the miseries of slavery, which he I
feels every hour of the tonr-and-twenty,
unless he were told by some Abolitionist
that slavery was a miserable condition?
Tame is nothing teat makes us think eo
badly of you as Jour strain of ribaldry in
attacking the AbolltionstS.
The desire to procure abolition, is, is it
self, a virtue and deserves our love for its
charitable disposition, as it does respect
and veneration for its courage under un
favorable Circumstance& Instead of the
ribaldry of your attack epee. the Aboli
tionists, you ought to respect and counte
nance them. It they err by excessive seal,
they err in a righteous and a'holy cause.
lon would do well to cheek their errors
and mitigate their :eel within the bouads
of strict propriety. But if you had the
genuine feelings of Irishmen, you never
would confound their , errors with their
viruses. In troth, we much fear or lath
er we should candidly say, we readily bee
lieve that you attribute to them imgigary
errors for no other reason than that they
really possess one brilliant virtue—name.
ly, the love of human freedom in intense
Again, we Dave to recoarle• that you ex
aggerate exceedingly when you state that
there are Sheen millions of the white pope
bitten in Americo whose security and hap
pineis are connected with the maintenance
of the system of negro Slavery. On the
contrary, the system of Slavery inflicts
nothing but mischief upon the far greater
part of the inhabitants of America. The
only places in which individual interest is
connected with Slavery are the slavehold
log States. Now, in those States, almost
without an exception, (it, indeed, there be
any exception,) the people of color greatly
exceed the whties; and thus, even if an in
jury were to be inflicted on the whites by
depriving them of their slaves, the advan
tages would be most abundantly counter
balanced and compensated for by the In
finitely greater number of persons who
would thus be restored to the greatest of
human blessings—personal liberty. Thus
the old Benthamite =extra of "doing the
greatest possible good to the greatest pos-
Bible nimble would be amply carried out ,
into effect by the emsnolpailon of this nee
You charge the Abolitionists, se with
Grime, that they encouraged a negrafiying
from Kenn:inky, to steal a horse from anin
habitant of Ohio, in order to aid him, if
necessary, in making his escape. We are
not, upon full reflection, sufficiently versell
in casuistry to decide whether, under each
circumstances, the taking of thii horse
would be an excusable set or not. But,
even conceding that it would be Sinful, we
are of this quite certain, that there in not
one of you that address.= who, if be were
runditralmilarcirtramstanses, that is, having
no other means of escaping perpetual slave
ry, would not, make free with your neigh
bor's horse to effectuate your just and res.
!tenable purpose. And we are also sure of
this, that there is not one of you who, if he
Were compelled to spend the rest of his life
is a personal slave, worked, and bastes,
and sold, and transferred hem - laid to
hand, and separated, at his master's ca
price, from wife and family—consigned to
without , reward—without any other stimu
lant to that toil and labor than the driver's
can whip—we do say that there is not, ono
of you who would not think that the name
of pickpocket, thief or felon would not be
too courteous salute for the bidugvhs kept
you in mug( thraldom. - • -
We alma avoldiepesting our astonish
ment that yen, Irishmen,
_should be so de
void el every trace of hustaidtysai to be
the voluntary and pecuniarily disin
terested advocates of human - Ind
sepeolally, that you should be so in Amer
, But what excites our . unconquerable
1 loathing is to dadaist's your' Address you
- speak' of man being thapftperty , of Itout.--;
of cue human - being being' the property of
Whelk with as little atm* hesitatien_or
itifilinsPutiallp of As
boomer As field - -11 -thia,-thatalls
with utter .astoalshisime: .• lilt this that
. rtahal urdlielabli yet so evastrposs. We
Cannot bring ourselves to believe that you
breathed your natal air in Ireland—lre
land, the first of all the nations on the
earth that abolished the dealing in . slaves.
The slave trade of that day was, curiously
enough, a glove trade in British youths—
Ireland, that never was stained with negro
slave trading—lnland, that never commit
ted an offense against the men of color—
Ireland that never fitted out a single ves
sel for the traffic in blood on the African
coast. • —l..
It is to be sure afflicting and heart-rend
ing to us to think - that so many of the Irish
in America should be so degenerate as to
be among the worst enemies of the people
of color. Alas! alas! we have that fast
placed beyond a doubt by the indisputable
testimony , of Lord Morpeth. This is a foul
blot that we would fain wipe off the
'soutoheon of expatriated Irishmen.
Have you enough -of the genuine Irish
man left among you to ask what it is that
we require you to do? It is this?
First—We call upon you,
in the sacred
name of humanity, never again to vaunt's , r
in behalf of the oppressor; nor even for
any self interest to vindicate the hideoue
crime of personal slavery.
Secondly—We ask you to assist In every
way you can in promoting the education
of the free men of color, and imdieeounte-
Dancing the foolish feeling of selfishness—
of that criminal eelfishoess which makes
the white man treat the man of color as a
degraded or inferior b-ing.
Thirdly—We ask you to angst In ob
taining for the free men of color the full
benefit of all the rights and franchises of a
freeman in whatever State he may inhabit.
Fourthly—We oak you to exert your
-1 selves in endeavoring to procure for the
man of color, in every case, the benefit of
a trial by jury; and especially where a
men insisting that he is a freeman is
claimed to be a slave.
Fifthly—me ask you to exert yourselves
In every possible way to induce elaveown
en to emancipate an many slaves as possi
ble. The Quakers of America have several
societies for thin purpose. Why should not
the Irish imitate them in that virtue.
Sixthly—We oak you to exert yourselves
in all the ways you possibly can to put an
ad to the internal slave trade of the
States. The breeding of eleven for sale is,
probably, the most immoral and debasing
practise ever known in the world. It is a
crime of the most hideous kind, and if
['there were no other crime committed by
the Americans, this alone would place the
advocates, supporters and prsaisers of
American Slavery in the lowest grade of
Beventhly—We ask you to use every ex
ertion in your power to procure the aboli
tion of Slavery by the Congress in the Din
, Isla of Columbia.
I Eighthly—We ask you to use your beet
exertions to compel the Congress to receive
and read the petitions of the wretched ne
green; and, above all, the petitions of their
NinthlyWe ask you never to cease your
efforts until the crime of which Lord Mor
path has amused the Irish in America, of
“being the worst enemies of the men of
color;' shall be atoned for and blotted out
and effaced forever. . es
You will ask how you can do all those
( things? You have already answered that
question yourselves; for you have said that
public opinion is the law of America Con
tribute, then, each of you in his sphere, to
make up that public opinion. Where you
have the electoral franchise, give your vote
to none but those who will 'mast you in so
holy a struggle.
Under a popular Government, the man
who hart right, and - nuon, and justice, and
charity, and Christianity itself on his side,
has great instruments of legislation and
legal power. He has the elements about
him of the greatest utility ; and even if he
should not succeed, he can have the heart
soothing consolation of having endeavored
to do great and good actions. He can en
, joy, even in defeat, the sweet comfort of
tabling endeavored to promote benevolence
It is no excuse to allege that the Congress
fa restricted from emancipating the sieves
hy one general law. Each particalar slave
Sate has that power within its own pre
oinots; and there is every reason to be con
vinced that Maryland and Virginia would
have followed the example of New York,
and long ago abolished Stavery, but for the
diabolical practice of "railing,' as you
call it, slaves for the Southern market of
pestilence and death..
Irishmen and the sons of Irishmen have,
many of them, risen to high diettootion and
power in America. Why should not Irish
men and the sons of Irishmen write their
names in the brightest pages of the chapter
of humanity and benevolence in American
Irishmen I Oar Chairman ventures to
think, and we agree with him, that he has
claims on the attentionof Irishmen in every
quarter of the globe. The Scotch and
French plitlotophers have proved by many
years of experiment that the Irishman
stands first among the races of man in his
physical and bodily powers. America and
Europe bear testimony to the intellectual
capacity of Irishmen. Lord Morpeth his
demonstrated in the British Parliament
the superior morality of the humbler classes
of Irish in all social and family relations.
The religious fidelity of the Irish nation is
blasoned in glorious and proverbial cer
thin' y and splendor.
Irishmen I eons of Irishmen! descend
ants of the kind of heart and affectionate
in disposition, think, oh think only with
pity and compassion on your colored fel
low-creatures in America. Offer them the
hand of kindly help. Soothe their sorrows.
Scathe their oppressor. Join -with your
countrymen at home in one cry of horror
against the oppressor, in one cry of sympa
thy with the enslaved and oppressed.
Ileumlia _ln the duet glover, shall be burled,—
and nature blotted from the wor.d.”
We cannot' alone our observations upon
the unseemly, as well as silly attacks you
make upon the advocates of abolition, with
out reminding you that you have borrowed
this turn of thought from the persons with
opposed Catholic emancipation in Ireland,
or who were the pretended friends of the
Catholics. Some of you must recollect that
it was the custom of ,such person to allege
that bat for the "violence" and "miscon
duct" Of the agitators, and more psrtiou
lowly of our Chairman, the Protestants were
aboist.lo emancipate the Catholics gradu•
ally. It,was the constant theme of the
newspaper press, and even of the speeches
in the louses of Parliament, that th e via
1 lance a ddd misconduct of agitators prevent.
ed Emancipation. It was the burthen of
many pamphlets, and especially of two,
which were both -written, under the title of
"Faction Unmasked," by Protestants of
great ability. They asserted themselves to
be friends of Emancipation in the abstract;
but they alleged that it was impossible to
grantEmanelpation to pinions whose Lead
ers misconducted themselves as 'the Agita
tors did. They gratified their hatred to the
Casholitis as you gratify your bad feeling
toward the negroes, by abuse of the Cath
olic leaders as virulent as yours Is against
the abolitionists. But they deceived no
body. Neither do you deceive anybody.
Every humane being perceives the futility
and folly of your alaneks upon the aboli
tionists, and understands that those attacks
are but the exhibition of rancor end ma
lignity against the tried friends of hu
Tensity that the Abolitionists are facial,
ics and bigots, and especially entertain a
Virulent hatred and unchristian seal
against Catholicity and the blab. We do
not mean to deny, nor do we wish to con
ceal that there are amongst the Abolition
ists many wicked andosiumulating enemies
of Catholicity and the Irish, especially in
that most Intolerant clue—the Wesleyan
Methodist% but the best way to disarm
their =Boo is not. by giving op to them
('the side of humanity, while you, yourselves,
!tits the side of slavery. But, on the (sou
-1 teary, by taking • superior station of
rchristian virtue in the cause of 'benevo.
law and charity, and in seal for the
freedom of all mankind. / .
We wish we could bon into your souls
the turpitude attached to the trieh in Amer •
Ica by Lord' Morpeth's charge. Reoollict
that it reflects dishes'sr not only upon you
but upon the land' of your birth. There is
but one way of effacing each disgrace, and
tha is by becoming the most kindly to•
ward the colored population, and the moat
energetic in working out of detail, as well
as in general principle; the amelioration of
the state of the miserable Bondsmen.
You tell us, indeed, that many a era..
ti en, and especially the Catholic clergy, are
ranged on the side of the alaveholders. We
do not believe your accusation.
The Catholic clergy may endure, but
they assuredly do not encourage the slave
owner& We have, indeed, beard it said
that some Catholic, clergymen have slaves
of their own; but, it is added, sad we are
assured tositively, that no Irish Catholic
clergy men is a slaveowner. At all events,
every Catholic knows bow distinctly siteve
holding, acid especially slaeo trading, /0
oindeutoed by the Catholic! Church. That
most eminent man, his Helium, the pree
eat Pope, has, by an Allcoution published
throughout the world condemned all deal
ing and traffic in slave. Nothing oin be
more distinct nor more powerful than the
Pope's denunciation of that most abomina
ble crime. Yet it subeisui in a more abom
inable form than his Holiness could possi
bly describe, in the traffic which still exists
in the Bale of slaves, from one E
Americo. to another. What, then, are we
to think of you, Irieh 'Catholics, who• send
no an elaborate vindication of Slavery
without the slighteet censure of that hate.
fat crime ? a crime Which the Pope has so
completely oondemnod--namely, the dia
bolical raising of staves for sale, and selling
them to other States.
If you be Catholics, you should devote
your time and beet exertions to working
out the pious intentions of his Holiness.
Yet you prefer—On, sorrow and shame I—
to volunteer your vindication of everything
that belongs to ,the guilt of Slavery.
If you be Christians at nil, recollect that
ilaykry is opposed to the diet, the highest,
and he greatest principles of Christianity,
which teach us "to love the great and good
God above all things whautoever;" and the
tient "to love our fellow-man as oureelves;"
which commands us "to do unto others as
we would be done by." These sacred prin
ciples are inconsistent who the horrors and
armee of slavery; sacred principles which
have already'. banished domestic bondage
from civilised Europa, and which wilAalso,
in Cod's own good time, banish it from
America, despite the advocacy of such puny
declaimers as you - are.
How bitterly have we been afflicted at
perceiving by the American newspapers
that recently in the city which you inhabit
an opportunity was given to the Irish' to
exhibit benevolence and humanity to a
colored fellow-oteature, and was given in
vain! We allude to the cue of the girl
Lavinia, who was a stave in another State,
and brought by her owner into that of Ohio.
She by that means became entitled to her
freedom, if she had but one friend to sestet
it for her. She did find friends—may the
great Cod of Heaven bless them! Were
they Irish? Alas ! elan! not one. Yon
sneer at the sectaries. Behold how they
here conquer you in goodness and obarity.
The owner'spame, it seems, was Scanlan;
unhappily a thorough Irish name. And
he, it appears, has boasted that he took his
revenge by the most fiendish cruelly, not
upon Lavinia or her -protectore,, for they
were not in his power, but on her unoffend
iog father, mother arid family
And fAis Is the system which you Irish
men, through many folio pages of wicked
declamation, seek, at least, topalliate, if
not to justify. Our; cheeks burn with
shame to think that' such a monster es
Scanlan could trace hie pedigree to Ireland.
And yet you, Irishmen, stand by in the at
utnde rather of friends and supporters,
than of impugners of the monstrous cruelty.
And you prefer to string together pages of
cruel and Heartless epphistry in defense of
the source of his crime, rather than take
part against him.'
Perhaps it would offend your fastidlotte
netui if such a man were compared to •
pick pocket or a felon. We respect your
prejudices and call him no reproachful
name. It Is, Indeed, unneaeSeary.
We conclude by conjuring you, and all
other Irishmen in America, in the name of
your fatherland—in the name of humanity
—in the . ; name of the God of mercy and
charity; we conjure you, liishmen and
descendants of trainmen, to abandon for
ever all defence of the hideous negro
Slavery system. Let it no more be said
that your feelings are made so obtuse by
the air of America. that you cannot feel se
Catholics and Cnristians ought to feel this
truth—this plain truth, that one man can
not hare any property in another man.
There Is not one of you who does not recog
nise-that principle in his own person. Yet
we perceive—and this agonises us almost
to madame—that yew, boasting on Irish
descent, should, 'without the instigation of
any pecuniary or interested motive, but out
of the sheer and single love of wickedness
and crime, come forward ILO the volunteer
defenders of the most degrading specks of
human Slavery. Wool Woe I Woe!
There is one consolation still amid the
pulsations of our hearts. There are—there
must be genuine Irishman in America—man
of sound heads and Irish heart!, who will
assist us to wipe off the foal stain that
Lord blorpeth's prtivancharge has inflicted
on the Irish character—who will hold out
the hand of felloirship, with a heart in
that hand, to every:honest manor every east
and color—who will sustain the cause of
humanity and hondr, and scorn the paltry
advocates of Slavery—wbo will show that
the Irish heart is in America as benevolent
and as replete with uharitable emotions as
in any other clime on the face of the earth.
We conclude. The spirit of democratic
liberty is defiled by the continuance of ne
gro Slavery in the . United Suites. The
United States themselves, are degraded
below the most uncivilised nations, by the
atrocious inconsistency of talking of liber
ty and practising tyranny in its worst
shape. The Americans' attempt to paill&te
their iniquity by the futile excuse of per
sonal interest, but the Irish, who have not
even that futile eicuse, and yet justify Sla
very, are utterly indefeasible.
Once again--ind for the last time—We
Call upon you to!oome out of the congeals
of the slave owners, and at all events to
free yourselves from participating in their
Irlsheien, I Cali on you to join In (mask
ing Slavery, anti *giving Liberty to every
man of every ass*, creed or color.
Signed by order,
Chairman of the Committee.
Izmir listivsers.--This le said' to be the
lirogyear eine° 1846 that the potato blight•
has not appeared. tn Irelan& 'The hl:vest
generally It reported better than It has
been for several years put: This fact,'
however, is not retarding tnilgratlon, And
the peasantry are crowding the ships .that
sail for Americc; ' • '
Tatum is only a slightverbal distlnetline
between having a tooth drawiby a pro
fessional surgeon, and Wing it knocked
out by s fall upon theptventent. One le
dental and the other seofdintal , ,
1114 at 4. • piANoe, ik
10i'ab 'or Pallor awl symiloani l tift
of Luns,tay sad mrysab's tom*, sad
wwtr "l 100 0 4 baTo. by Jodi IN Won pro:maned
learreallnl. As to tag Tabalve works of ..csabes
refer to tbs o Malta or mml.
..co. to caw petwairloo, Man Sbalbair: Blrallmett•
0 Panay and 11. Vtiannalapia, is alit In= OM Of
lot most dualaillatbd Prafriaxa aad_bmatinss la
tbao.ustry. boallifal pm stool. of Kbb Will
Pi. boa bre now bolas ~pouf bribe sob.orlber.
la Bahlisam. oammerre
&WE AS P. 0 ., 5..104
2OU°bun, for sale
fa bead cc Oro, by iba cor loul or oils
rer.n. Wel end fit OW,
Lalitati 130.74,...gU1rdiain 'Atgs
A. lut mailisd sad Di • • .
oula ..W11144.1h 11,4p,wiwiutm..1111Arimirst...
.:~ ~r~~ .
J.R.IIIIWELL, A. K. imam.
Ne n l9l PUN biIIEST, PITTSBURGH, PA.
ma r mutt. Intends to open• eslsot School la
the loot air :011:1211 • a the second oor of No. 191
an the it NEM PION e.Sl fl Or 1111. SS.
' , BNB, MS Lola. Owen. Groh. Wench sad Geo
man OM ba t tegbt. ethics So yoke b• spared to
tmputt .to. the poolt.tboroloh. to the
n out branakee of an ltaelbh etneatles.
Ur. N propeets to pmts the number of poptlo.
lb tt he may hoes the better eyyaonetty of muing
porter ...eel and Walloons! cultism and more reel
SRC • BURY DIPLATMI39T,
Oman or aosmolaxii'ol an tostorcrr,
Wasitugton thy, August fitb. 1t63
Wrivints, By malodors. mridenai pumentsd to
V r if d ,isfrord,, it his temin suds to appear dist
the A aBAT N ATLI, ii, I, B ASS UV VITTA9I7I6III.
to the 0:000/ 01 911•10•09. sad lunar rui..0..-
los. his tom duly ot agonised under and accordli g to
the requinnienta al te• AM of Magma outlast
An Act to mod& • r wand bp
• ;dodge of tr cited alma m elts. and to provide far
the air Watt= and redemption thervot,," appeared
replier) lath , 1,63. mid hat mimplivd with sot MD
crovisionnof mid sot nipdial to bis complied with
before omamouct. E r . Cadman of Santis g.
Zoo. User•tote, I Bran lloCinct on, Oomptram
of eho Larr.aoy, it 5••• y asit.ll OW me 54,1
Tian ZlATlugtab lit Ail Or P,176911 14 3 8 .
w arm of allegium , sod 13.16'• of Penoirl•anie, IA
outitoilief . te coin vac • the badness of Builing un
der the aCt al ret d.
~.—, In tests ooy .
.. othf witness fey hand
• 55. i nod mat of ogles, this 6th der of A aitat,
1 J ,36 1 au,ka sta pi.,2.00 ,
too Oran of had, on• of 6% and one of 9 saw I —.-,
town—PO per !Iranian orrhe Months. To extra
charges.; l'ulkus S. be pill darts/ the tint half of
We &into' " -
vshoel yours from o • m. to 2 p m.
liar After the 17tb hot. Mr. N. any be saga daft,
at the • cho I Ilco xis /tains the above hours
ATWATER LOTS FoR t3A.LE, ON
T,311 ca o • P.A. P. 8., BIAS 001111T31111.8
InitTlOL—Ttui tuaderslgtild le attthoristel to Intl
seek, froatin on the Ohio A Pa. B. X.. beteg pert
of tbi farm of David Dkkoon, dimmed.
A plan of tin Iwo • may Inset& by calling st lay
Mae, an. TS rodent street, Allegheny Oily.
JAMES n HII.ANDS.
0.)11 IaLLE--Ou soomat of slain , as p
• ISOUTZ ON THE NYItt4ING tik7.ll l To.
Thlt tode too • .op large stomas , of outootabotd.
sad an osarptto an ma mate good lova, kepi,
at THIS Olffloll, t•torroa the boon of ILatid 6
o'clock v. a. aullt:tf
ADMIN It...THAW/I'B .NOTIVE.—Let•
tots of A dslolatratlou oa Ihststat• of Hoban
Yneywl Agawam:re,. lato of tel Boront of Tantalum,
manly, Magog Non gasood to lb. An
ders ll pose= Indttood Bala waste will
mak* mglioillato say/seat. and-that lowing claim
.Quoit 6.14 .to wall prwont dom. Pro Peril wa•
t.ootlostwl, for atttlentot..
.n 111.1.410 wt . JAVAN illoal2lllAL. Adm't.
VINAL NtYrIOL-13. d INIAME
L TAX.-1111 parsons residing to the 214 Oahe.
Vim Ditariot of Year-Weals are brreby nand d to
Lae return on or bare ISIIPT3IIB nit ht, 1863,
to to. Auittint dritesous, of their tentative Pub
litrislose, or at the aloe of as underagna. So. 106
fourth lama. In ow of perrsre toning tr - wake
return latish the above mailed thaw atattonte
Immure ate lissustad to ell iostances to exact the
panty tad by law, littlish to Myer oat. additkmal.
finial a. Ws/0 att.
Awes* 824 t•lstrfet. Pa
4 OLU I lON OF PAIL'ENICReiIIIF.
—Taii port tonhip bentorors existing batman
94 Id. Mattel and Or. W. AltDlßool, defog tomb
nom water tber style of WM MoILIIN • OU.. wet
4 moleid be mutual consent an the Bth Intl W.
If oICOM milting. W. w. ANDKasuri to author.
ten to nee the name of the fbm In ..tiling the
boalame. WU. Kollin.
W. W. attDiEBoll..
vW. ANDERSON, (novena to
• wt. masa too.)) codasus Ms Btu.-
.ty Boitaese at tee Allogli4my Brawory, No.
46$11.brom rani, alleahosi City.
ALBUMS! ALBUIdd 1
THE nava, OHEATATT AND LABAZST
STOCK IN 1113 ern,
BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT,
BUTE HERMIT, OPPOIPTII TH2 P. O.
M AGAZINEA, roa thiriitzsza.
POCIET BOOES AED wAtarrs.
rosTrOLtos ♦6D PLPV3T2IIIIII,
STATIONERY AND MINE BOOKS.
♦LL THZ NIIW BOOLS.
001 Z PEN, warrent•d the boil that sr• sub.
0111 TIS Di TU11211..
XILI TART ROC/S3.
JOHN P. HUNT'S,
WbolauM sid ntaß
Book, Itttionery mid News Emporium,
mum() HALL, Fast Elms.
a A. R, T B
JVI? mars% AT
87 FOURTH EITRIUM,
veA hens witortmostorldth vill is sold al • very ,
st ridnation boa ligie pret.
W. D. * a 1111111,LIIII. •
pm:Nl:nobs, sumnr& ILIWIE. PAY.
104 ft. tlii dew kW do Cliiithead.
All vosadot &Idlers she have tem la the Wit•.
tar, or Wel estelee. Igo sanded $. SIIXI. Boast,
awl Postage. ell. &Miss ' , sloe hare terra taro
eho Willett° the poo Partuate. Wales
hy tern of dhow, ere estltlad to pea,
lone. Widows at &Uteri wee die el are killed to
the. welsh ere segued to peesksa end the stoo
*seem Ito., to. •
ells& aide* el every doearlpthee, poseptly et.
traded to No tgae web la worn wan the
mew to oodealtd. . • • itlh.lette
pENBIt.IISIB, 130UNTY,'111143E PAY.
auerrroMiss mad Cisks Arm
Ka. Ut 1./.l7l3llTair.Plttsberei,To.
u a du a , is mtioa_ cocalsi.
ib Prousentes sou ag niss , mium ma _illos;Ap.
z; soad ram.
onelbr dis" Mem ur
TISS slid PISMO tot. WYkriar. Pinata, Oirphis
ObStessi !WOO; sad Mum cre our kid now
ruliathas of Mon ifto lanno died $ thamentalt or
aim dal Mar Arhus. tem dinersCoallifillel
illialk,daita• mita cadriadolul aa Wm . suL a•
anirmayo mho • sausa.li swam 7.
FBgI JABS •
ADASSAIe 00.. NO. sr Wood 'Arad.
hr• propturi tomb& whin who with to Oat •
teeth huh dewing thi wilt* ateathe With that cal
Buckeye Jar, and Cork Jar,
%Itlel tbri eut eappli et the TN7 lava' prime, et
'Weals sad ratan.
Rehm Oita sin&
• ELTINtiI S I I 1
1.-Leat 'or au.
• Una Bating sin, Gams Zsoktsg. gm, OW
kap, iko , slims es kiwi ths hulls Zabbst &pot
of 1 J. 9. PIIII.L;111,
golf IS sail 118 it. Olstr stmt.
LABOR yzaTiorr._._-, , _.". 0.
aillD'S DIY DOOK., Vett .Ward.
ktl e at at R. 13. vArr, Italastry Moat s
lama ward. • . • .
NNAM -TO OUBMAMIIMUS rto
wale win to nabs! op to do Wm AMOVIII,
Ink at aim altos sluts usolardirsaa, L tba UYkK
Itathilagjortis miming mai maittlawatiktkta•
woes. Stead Weal in:milked street to MAK et.
. aioulAT_ Navwdhin 0,•••
la V tr dISCI Wittoti •
orris / pi not vrUl.
O. aid,••• gea. sa 144 . 14mr
• - —7 . strywler
11 alai, Mimi D l OZ ;
FIRST NATIONAL BARK,
OomWr 14r of the Qa~ rrae7•
'NATIONAL Walk OF
(L&TIII PITIOULGa TIIIIST 001111.11ffY.)
ci•rriAl., $4.06,000 with VT igs to human
to 61.000 000.
lee Pittsburgh Trust ompsny Whig orgastsed
ruder tee act to provide • listened cairowei y. nada
the tit's pi toe PIMP Mai eillitL Ban& of
PY1718011.013. viscid resporatall. offer •• wrviess
for tke Viten of Pow, Praia Mils of Exelme_gs,.
de , solie ey on deposit. and boy aid sell IX,
chaon apermed the osustsy,
Rae eaos which has' att•Mied the Pittsburgh
Treat Coup soy sloes its moots itkuv la w
we beams is a sateolsot goarant • ilia
minuted to the new orgstsuivtlgn, will emelt, the
same p o opt attention.
' nave g • veil ext•nsive conitermisnoe with
Beals sod winters throughout the cormory, w• be.
tors we C. 42 offer mound Isolittise to ikon who do
embuu wtth no
1 he bade's' will be (inducted by tae moss OZ
errs and Ylrottors.
l rort ta tkl b a. ll :: I
le n an di dir g. B r e a r. ,
7b.. Pell, I lex A Smiley,
MA Wlghtaisit, &mod Rm.
Wm. I. Nlmick,
/AMU LAUGELIAIi, rust:het
Ja' D. 130113 LLY. Ocher.
WI DOW SHADES.
Mots !coda:old at the lON CARPET STOIIII et
McFarland, Coiling Sr, Co
Dos. It ADD 13 IIITH MIST.
Between the "an Orno ea Drams Bumosss.
Verrhsa to purchase for the WALL 'IILkDI
AN MERELY NEW STOCK,
wow NOME all gash sop at baud at man
Boo b Bkirto..DBltlf at batlike.
PP yrs ars nothing the 'skit inv. a azikp.
omens. sersoer 1/1383 Tanimica.
BILIS, BDOLLIII. am.
° Bsr L 10Tr2H'0 I waoLshaLa Booms op Ingo.
Below Present Market Bates•
sr- We espedally tivits the ettiiiMan MS
TRY gIBOEILIVIS sae WHOLINII.II3O2/ 311 .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
To elms cat Busoater 414, M
66 SIXTH STIMIT.
r YOU WANT TO BUY pied, olissp
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters or Balmoral',
call at Ea at ItIIIIENT snrxr, as are an atcatag
oat oot loam: Ckoda et greatly Moor! rites.
Rumba thr plaak
J. H. BO aLLSITII, 99 LAM dart,
mukare PIMPTATIOW primula.
Lammers IXPROVAD sceloo AZABONAIL
OLIXART PEONS/LI. • 3XTIAOT
GOrINARDV ILED7O/MILD SOAP;
B • UP% ItAgsZß ARID =MA WO=
HOZ al soan.
Busarrrs itavinisrci XXXXAM
-111111 PASICIIZITIMOVA qr Mo Maim.
Paint IWAXI .101ITLT WAX I TRUPP WAX!
tar mass MO assn seo yam am Moopro I. Pro"
mod at -
0w.... aurnaL Diva Koss.
0rwa..411.10 maid lrodoral wheats
hi cCARGO'd 16411,1111L8
A besattfal 104 ,add anoctsinst
Yonnments awl wave Sines.
eLurrits PARIS, it t OOBSDJMI
QUAUSUI% litibEl34llll , titorltity t
147 ctn., aslant fa. ILL J
WaftTSD—sitrooa. tad Molotakt
aptitouut oc oppolUdosent Ovid t. Chalosts. of
t o ad of ss t k photal atidty ot WU visas
am toad as
to Sold gado.. 2tay irtS bon.
maid cutlass to ugdatmott op alltdtcal load.
*potato.. fat pearelau to spat tuba an Ss
oWola //cord tout la ant to talisman floaent.
lia up... allow d oaks. oppetosulat, Boy
of *nil tut larva IWI 33,5 y of patina, ISSI.
atm.= w. a 111.10.115E1. arum thooraL
- - • --
titit*Att/LY MN Y/ITV B.
BOlrding k Day Sehool for Young Midler.
Nee IAST ad WS trios Berd, i9ao4l.piicc
Rho maim enrol of laitcsotioa osibraoto the
Togisk ono. hooch Lossposes ea. 111 iossuoo ,
Locus IS mph-ad—sad icS Abe braschst Istdcli cos-.
Ocicsto • Maoist Issibb•oss lcs, monist Gatos
tios bolos pad co Um Mut Of Priacapst, mist
oil Os Si• .04.Trolnent.
/MA Li Woo Wrap or as gam" said ft St.'
stsaUF spasm is Ise Its
Tb. scootot • par ONIUMIIIO.I LW.obr tgal
tor .trculsissoci iscrldklitoes limply to
mond. ICS Olio • WHOISNIbuT, Prisolsa.
• . PAID TO
OAS AND MAX IMMO,
Iva:TATE, & co.,
SO door bliOW SoSham
" WM& " .. " 31.6% St LOUIS'S%
e Pas or-laos.
43 /. Or 4
'soolemt the ftemori;r. 114;4 W .sminin City,tilfel attar It. Lor No, Il*.
lb. ationtion of SW madam& lbaufbebirin
toll. Aselydo_lina lbw* se elpseted
L. LUNN of Ikabah saCJ. Way se
mhbas.bi **PM of utast sapid ,
as by inia ti
owl IS. /MU It 1* be SuWI
siest:TabubliOboy sow boom gilder co
Aaterbein. Pi* nab tam it Ord - be the
alma Swam from om Is a sestW
Rho Auslys“ Y d le Cloy 'se tab* from ibm
Wu, withest say 'nibs or yroyoriliso
am. -111 garmis Vest adlisbrubus sr=
vottlbs, wbS lwe ad olorwa by tits
vilUeb Nan of Ow adatzturs et l lappegKipa .
of doll est
o ktusol = =.
I Am wit tell] onfas he the &WI
OW. to . 4vaLVI. IWO cm doltnesi W."
- Jo us moxoo ram
-11.411.141, age • s• .„y
- - 0811; 16 'OA LOWIILL.
c h ANl*o' EltiOrOM Ma /Or
ak, rigio,by JAN S. 116 Woad et;
- • tj.; V(' to • Ithlllol • I
sassy IL comm.
AT -70@, RORNB tt
77 AIM 79 WARM Est,
BEIWG RECEXT•E!,,, DA/Zir
AHD LIZ POE BALI AT =I
LOWEST -CASH PRICES.
OUR SUMMER STOOK
-IS SLING CLOUD Oln
0 MT. 333 .A. P I
- To midi nos let car
ha *Xmlift rk!is bnbr mated dolts
OW MONA, ,
140 E POLITO.
• ttool;topply d tooblosoblo eluded
Alpaccas and De WILE'S.
Ana • now lot of 111110111L11 pat nodid.
st 'rapist aTs r.
INTSIUMITING TO TEM LAMBS!
We ire soalltOs at • MIX= 1P110:111
MACINUIP & CLYDE,
Na 78 MARKBT EMMET,
p. 12 Betwai lrearth tat 172P0211.
BiNGLINII IN BNB/WIDEN=
Tie steak le eleeiNg eat et anumully low Om& k
PUN= Mal) UM worth SU fir Ilk:
Do.' roLLiari. masa Vabr
KULL BLVD% tor halt poe.
ZYBIOIDISIDD tot halt prim
3/100 NIT motions%
' , ma Eels f insi Tift6.
71011111:D /NM !AsQum bat Flab.
the Nat ee 11111111,01DIBMIrim — poifitild7 - -
doing oat, saw Is the tine io ipt beepfam.
.]l - O July 211/1, IS $,
421011U111 GILT 1111DUOZI03 At
B rk R K E
hint good snd feat 0010r5—....M.'
Shirting Muslims ,
LILL MEWLS, POINTS, MANTLIti t , :
To avoid swots; awn say gallon at 0ax11144
1111 inio74llo illbrO4l oo / to _
iirlas to lock a Petit'
As will oeL ti ea, oldest Vith slerdesimi n ll r a.
Oa Mot II sow fee eV= ntheels
boss 4 6 . 11iddat - -
S SW AID:111•11 GOODS
z o ncrom.•dist e rmes ina =Or es Mahe
Ilkekeits eu Dan irks bay fa Cul
tin iiii.rEsebai is*.oll;w*tegabilk
- wins sieiwt.: ,
NSW GOCumst . ,
GSM% PATIENT BULLBTIIIOOS .
" 3 "4/4 4 6 1.161 ratail init . % •
Iludrat, imam, 11911ese. 4dur '
, gra* atom
VERY CHISAP t
69 Market Strc)at,
Arsonsostsi - • -
_USX WABOT do.*
Guar Pill iiims alas;
ate "kw 4k, (licit,. • aura 6.
ea. _ iiiiket drool. RYMsDWpst.