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gmrpmmr omizerr
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nazi/Lila\ROM, .11. 1 1 .11, ITCH • 4
Pittsbasgh tosi tmbear o ed o /41,Wake 6
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above the Nowneshals • •
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nitro nanimmitorm...4o.-
LAMEMETOZEPTO
Birth N a 00., WXOL/i•
LI tail Thurso n and Patninsa Disataw NO. B
strata' Pittsburgh. Pe. -
Tara r~r
WM. II WILSON • W 'me
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rittahrat..• • -
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a :DILWORTIi OCP,.Wacorawa
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:VEER BLOM CO. yerucuasaza Ozo
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A a mggeps.au,S assus
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dtLetorill" CTIIRICRI7
D - . - * W: - BENNETA -
00 ar i orno nom CHINA Alit
_ wrOxiuss en.T. ;rum' U N .aatkui. o. 71 Purrs
le„-F • szleraLLlL P. Lem
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.14CMPHILL & CO.,
, MA lima' ri barera, pear the PIO
Watat lrorix Pittab: l'a; Xaalahetann, at
litA AND .11tPLILIMBOVIID
rAraisOSUILLAInCiarEWICXSIM Ain?
SLID_ I 3nLIMIte, of audiairtodiawestykk ;.- •
uniqputv_wit.motax.o.buip awn, ail M
the min v=44, woro-gazorod-4.-6,b =eb.
. bhat. sad fonds work ht t ltoo, tannin by
plotoptooni sad nkoehoroot o r of oin *Fork. to morn
will:pont:onto.
' , Wit lan*" .action to oar BALANOND
YAWN . LLT/NO iNGINNO, an combining
Winheretofore Unattehrea In Ws claw of
twines. •
logstlyd
jOiSNyk r. i -, utriint
.4X) ,
Dorms of Pint and Liberty Moots,
Frrtasiniail. Po,
ILIIMUITIIIII/1/-01
MU P 1411103/: 822411 zmunkl, awattirsay,
ac, •
zoillott
IMTIUBLGwACIA ma Sr.;
11DO MMED3001111anD AD,
• Mr sired or obaied SlMEDs'asillriV•
inrirrtr or mon. *M. to oi•dor it :hart notior.
ruod-amortmart cratirtmUrre bor. rayllolo
Llg it CO., No. Yli
Tv Meaty street, oopaLA BIUM ilto BaAND th, Plttaba
maufoomcnsm of WHIPS, BWI
ZS. and oi'my demorlptloo of LEATH= BILUDIED
WORE.
Orders soiloft.xttrozitho iab, sad good, Prompt.
Iv 'Wood .. our Instrootloso. fedutmelv,
N. A. T. T. CLUIM4.
EXCELSIOR GLASS WORK EL--
WOLTE, PLUNIEZTT a 00, Asa liszoraa.
of lirst,
amuse. W
Pitts arehouse, No. Wood street, CO M'burgh, Pa. eaklyd
MUSEC,
MIIB/0 AID MIDIDILY, learstaczarti.
&Ai agent kw INABA Itt 00.11 P/ANDB, HARM
2106. PUNA and MIMI & 00.11 IMOD&
018. No. 49 Mh atom; mooed door above Wood,
Pthabursk
tor now. Pa. saVlsalos to La, and taken ax•
Osage
solo
Ajadßll, KO. , Mumma 'us
'mono Arm smut los ant sole
manta four iltalawa
rgh. Pit ra ot&britted: PIANOS, Na. 69
tsbu &Pe'
tl 01:1L1Ylig Daum:, =Plaza
Xstommoas. ha.. No. II Weal 5/2104 become
"berth Writ and Diamond alloy. Pittatrardb '
DEor'TZSTRP.
_ „ .....
ADAIII3, - Thorner Onurelly'a
vvinesing; maw of Disamrsad Claud Meats,
litrouNcipDr. at. ..rozioci; Ea*
Tbscolore DAUM Zama 304 -
.4alagGly
ISOOKLIWGERS.
WAL G. JOIGGSTON A Oa; Swam*
_IL- as, Busts Boar' XiErnorazaas, AurD Jas
rourrior, No. 67 Wood Atte oedo •
Irk -00., lioauxuass Ais Sup
ALL - warm, No. 66 Wood Strome, oszt door to tho
tomer of Third, Pittsburgh. Va. BONOOL and
ZAV IMlLfbxedsatlyAn band..
L. READBoonitssaz AND S
HORNB, , Thum nr 'ft*
u- MOO litaintmule Aso Baur Goals, No. 7
que
RATON,lLszum_a_Dau n ,
ammonynna.
II set v save stmt.
L'STATE 44ux.rrs.
WARD Thurots ur PAW.
liiriLajnitkiorto, , Bons, Yoltouitio, sad
au mains lb: wary.
. cott mom LOANB MALIK my "mg
Thor vistitog to loom tbotr Tao* to good ad?
ow always tat Ant and we m
ld olio ow
at tos Ito. Wit
oonmodottioaosnal latordnes 'Wetly coo&
atilt.
ft% Oroot qtroet, oppotito Paull
'p j )lj
WALT;
vr.frAinats, neasiasp*o:,llo. stwcidai,
K. I
Dodder mom :
I • • •
O. 00111
HAM STRAW ULM.
•
....,,ells.
• 7" • 8...„0 /04
aslikek; PRIM Olialoss, Sid Pau. llPsag.
Zemke. Munk 00 1, NAM) sad • greet vs:Mt
othim ertdelea tn t
Ohdrhe Uneott the ludia Rubber De s
pot ot
SIAM Mm.
J. 11. Panaara
TAttdeL Lorunz WKLitioNti,
t h. este Prritmer that Is wermuted to glee int.
hteoldon. MU and etamtne them Deem parolealan
ed.mettemn- /Dr We br -- --4.164/. DRUM"
De. de end U es. CUR Smelt.
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MIIII CRLL4AICOVII GIRDS
DUQUESNE BRASS WORKS.
WBOLZIAIII CIROCIEBtr
CADEAN & CatiViVFORD.
Itsatabetanai of vain nrlety at fizabbd
BRAG WORK FOR PLIIIIBIRS, EiTRADI OR
Ges•rirriae.% KAMM/1m ARO
OfireKitaKrlmp. 4 .
BEAM GAITINGB, et aB description; nude to
order. RTLUIEBOAT WORK, OVUM AND GA&
PITTING, and IMPAIRING promptly attended M.
Piutkettep &Ratko paid te ern Kllplhri.
arse YOB ocoALL rawatanoor omit
Mao, Sole Aosta for the Western District of Penn.
Weenie im the nits of LAIRIDLI
00.13 PATZRY' SYPHON PUMP, the beet seer
•
&mated. Riving no Tiflis, It b not liable to get
ant of_ order, and will. thew mare water than any
Resits. sale
BABBuths,
IJ.
A. L. WEDB & DEO.,
arm,. y fraet sud Cbramose
BALTIMOSE,
itimansirrs,.
end Agent' tho solo of DV11 . 011213 GIIN POW.
JAB AND BASJITZ
&Wye on oonifinunnitall kinds of Western Pro.
den. and soaks advances thereon.
N. 8.-11.11rOod track in front of Wareham*.
Tam TO • _-
Minato H. entith & 00.. Pittsburgh
Killer & Butetsoa,
&
Uri
liforconts• lisititnore i
R. Do. n=o sm.,
FIGD ()01'.8,1861
Dithridie's Patent
OVAL LAMP Olionairs ,
muunotaree
~
XX FLOM GLASS.
Thew Wawa are lr.tendad ror the
Oat game, which Mathis all Lana of
t a tMllgtlati,D,dari not arpro it g o
N. D. DITERLDQE.
• - /art Pitt Glisialf
W ortur •
sabiti=gana.
l a Al - I.lretr ANUY Flint" j
-anizasswardwor Font
alums run ceps, ootaasa • oi,orss,
Sears variety and style of the above rood, on !ea i
and far We at
ts-TtlicL WORKS,
PITTSBOZWEI, PA.
MIL BROTEM & CO.,
111 91 QUALLITI .121111N&D OAST STILL,
VW
•- - -
&VW% . I rial 1110,_0_04.840z.'0f ..11 rAzon, Warzantael
to 14 grt 6 1112.flea .pt! mant/D,etated In thy
sorodids sod WareboustOi. In .14161 /MT
sad 120 and LW 914,14.46/D ISTKILIZ6, 1/ttostrgh.
6.11:119
W EiftuDS.—diseing Apia 'returned
fatastbo-lsot, ti havellbwia stars as intact
sirs aiscrtcseat of saw* sad deldrablo
BOUTIO 111.7.11
Dealers cart be supplied with lAD 1 LS, ISSZS'
and CEILLDItElti'li - BOOTS, GAITERS raid rextrs
,b/10221, whit slight advance for osoh, at
FCg. lalallitl , g ---- f --- ----------------_A‘XM , BIWH. AC CO., Vai.l.rP
Foutroar, Pttraburadr, Pa.
If zattrWasteseras, lio. WI Liberty street.
eauguttgom OWS; PASIZE 6ND IaIS.T.
130 STOITS, PAS.LOR AND RITOMIN GRAM,
HOLLOW wrks, eta., Steel sad Glue Welds. lretn.
lag kill Glatings, Mill Cakin e
g Gan, Water and
Woo Pipe, Bed Ivo Dog Irma, Wage* Berm An
gar gar Kettles, Pulleys, , Oar Wheel., Oettplir
sad Oartinge generally. Also, dobbin and limb c
Oartlage made to Order. Patented Portable WI,
.41a gum or Hon. Poonr• • apl4Ami
ILLIco.
,14,4 Belief
T Blake= akad kiteet Iron Workers, PENN
NEEXAT, Noe. 20, 22, 21 and se. liming manna a
tterd and tarnished It mit t ! the mostuilmpromd
demription' 7,; B 0 Tele= the man manaerr.
mashnted equal to any made in the Donato.
4211212111'18, BBIOTIEN, ZINN BEA% STEMS
P1P15,-.1.000110TP/11 BOILERS, oommisemas,
13ALextzTusa PAES,ran, TA.NNS,Nowa OIL STlL reaus S, AGERITATDGOCA,
lES,
SUGAR PANS, antrioia . miktstactotere of BALM.
HILLS' PATNNE 11011128. Repairing done on
the aborteet notice.
4•1541
puttlfdle ellakani UK MAGIr 113:11.&
_Ls; In fl oz. bottom In the yoror of Powder. It hi
l anfltlaiftlairpoilkl - prf.toreafto over - tholktild
og ittakoratof Nortkogs sod rood Mineral Warm,
&LIMA Powders, awl other itrottor articles. When
taken fa lb. tooralog malady, It ILA an ad rftr.lll.
effect on Qs mend system, remoras ocnortlpstkfti,
consalati krlttitokand cooling off all &Ulla cora
*lntik Prioallfranto.- •
Lbld
by Nostni. • NAILIINITOCE J Co., Pitt.
...kr...4 tbe Iffaanlactozy, No. 1.93 Oprlng
Now York.
LYON `AENISTIIAL, bi.porrai am)
HAVAN
Ha pi the most velem bandslT.
of OBNNB
AMM.. sad ell kitu
BNtt of
I7f, F AItIOSIN
'AND' CHIMING TOBACCO IIANO!g
HEBINKHLAIIN P. 1114, TUBIAB,./to., A0.,..t0 grmt
earieti,
h, CND= TIM BT. OHABLEB
futthurg •
H. B.—the Tondo rupp de. on ikooni term.
mplt:tlt
CITA 8 0. BALEFART,
Produce & General Com Mission !heehaw
MXBOILLNDIEIr BBOXII4
And dud.= In all kinds el 0 0601111 r PEODUO/L
so. Ira ozzarr erszar,
mmay Prezastrass, Pa,
JOEIX
MATE &SBVILLE, (sueoessors.sa
.A. Tate. Jr. a 0o.,) PRACTICAL M
CAS ANDATIML =maw seas,. taPLUbikcy Eft,
Plidatnnini and:/dce 69-T•dwAl SteseralkAltßEßS,
erizr,
lump an land and will tairniab LEAD PIPE, SHEET
LAD,--DAB -LEAD;CHIH-HOB -11YDBADM
KIOWU BATE& WATER BATH
Tusik_zarr, ram .ua sun pumit,air.
DEA uhlo RAMS, CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS,
MUMMA, 4/x). AD work warranted to ere j
oaks.
wvailawa I
11 IL AL it.t.uki
wally
Inform the dawns of Pittsburgh. thei
OR
he haa been appointed sole scent for the eale of Alen
• Itoe's a•al CZKIINT APPl3.oatteotays
PAIN. They ere teoconmentled by thatergest home
In the dry, mann WM* NI -:
OWIF, 81•11Lrl a Coe rail a Co.,lloaftnies Atko., i Co.,
Zoe, panmut A Co., --
_
Jrt vo
. • Gas Azo Smut Yams. Patilogar attaatka
oda to th• fitting op. ma maktri.ar of OIL BIM .
H;s -AiLtinai of/lA.4U AND MOE WE
8
ski& to 0rd0r...Ab00033,148 TAVZHIGIB, of aU
Wm* raatta at the akoriait sotto'.
- orasuldtat Mo. ALA of WATilig maw,
bapriamaly I M •
Itolam e l t p v7esea rotrfis iftlft oits le a t fi n i r e m n tu e * bWmn dpbr too ab.a mr
a o c L at - et
wdyf myap
au•
•
111'111241 _ , 17
191011110218 eg , BA= PAT, and =hugs'
• m lieserizakm, collseted y ths • •
t. r, at the tollowiag rates via Anatolia b , gin • •
were Wain% . - C. o. Tan ,o
at ,
Gita3 Grant street Attune,, Pittsburgh, kaw Pa.
are =de li tharlabst ono
CO tail hi NKLI. • •
60 bbl. extra /sadly hour;
WO tbs. ribbed Bacon Bider;
1000:" clear 1.
/or rel COO
.k Eboa l y de r
► rlowWmwlol U t,b 6s . Li
berty et.
WILL
m, AttE arDwelling
cavil Bout at roo klechairreeWAr and
lot of (rowed eighteen tut bunt on Ann street,
Alleghent by Aftydtve dein. f osiesdon in three
seR mon th ly tf wanted. Apply to
11. VIITIIBIIIITA BONS it Market IS
bb
on laud and " 2 ; •
21 & - iTALTMLICa 80/3
• Oillutd 70 WAN? as
I s — l!,u amxtbizlo
TO
.a 4 LIT. Apply
rime fresh. 8ut
.1.1 hut nocelsed by . expesi. ibr We try
WIRD ir WILK IBSON,
21? Liberty dr/rt.
tittigiblifii AND ISlititt—A few
-LI San pglynoi Butter, lied I bbl. Ittp just reeelvett
by*sprees. • win ! WILKINSON,
abb
SIT Liberty street.
t -
ALIALA
MATS Ain) OA Pt;
1 1400.11 D & Co.'B
No. 131 WOOD STEEZT.
IllatiaLscturan Of
Adapted to to. soma'
GEO. ALUESE,EOI9 • 00.13
151, it. armor Wand and inarth rts..
_ _
IstiOLCITION.—The Co-Partztentiiik
eibtillff between the ender tbs
Ann name of ERA!, BUDD an 000deratignekaptred tide day
by limftettoa. The badness he oonthrned by
OtimiLlto N&P , by ehmet all *two, due to oe
Awn the tees Arm win be rifted,
CHAIM= !NAP,
n/0./f BUDD,
4 0 LADY. WADAL
+. Jai let,, ,
11:11m
JAMES
• itanalioturr at
OIL 01 vintop,
, .
QUA ASIIIIONIA:
Ordenleft et WM=
Holme Co.'s Ogltte Nee
tur of Mutes arta :frit streets. ertli secetee prott .i.
attantloa.
j p"l'RobiTßon WORSE,
umivriannui mai *Winn await cm, siongasa'
um PNITIKILing 1.1=1:111a. OM - I
*wit, tin inkiamiad 'bortals i vn„ ,
• BREBII it GRAZ"; a,
ar oaks, manongsbet. Roo*
mos
MerißY.—An Anal** NW . Zfli
.LTA ion on Sti*Blt ottlimey. In Ito am* phi:
portant itad practlosl Vista. By Oluttlas
Ta ti ",
" . c. l, l lta bd
h ..
I NUL& 2tUlftSlCl OLOTtI, imitable for
1 Army YdsAkatm Jar& madvad at dm India nab
bar Dpot, Mt 22.8 t. Walt. ai /a L PHILLIPS.
30 : bat u tz. ih bege AMAMI Maw
Jan :valved by WU . * W 1411218011.
ME=
PITTSBURGH,
Pl.l.;rOS.
AiASON & HAMLIN'S
OABIBIST ORGLIIS,
In WALNUT, OLE AND IiOSIWOOD OAUB
combining the teaming new sad valuable Impel'
menet :
Antaemagio Bel2eva Ewa.
Irma Er ik = lif=a qf Sorb.
2r. Nos Vadat; and
• Onnafnattea V
Pr toes from $7O to $1.50..
The cheapest and bat instrument et the- kind
rude. &thetas tar mall Obarebee,
Pabbath - Boma, li
Send for a dreohir.
U Wood NNW, Mts.:crab
Solo Apnt foratimint be Pittsburgh atid
vicinity. . ._na.atratr
lir In ABliit— tr I. I.)Q /ARMS —'
lIM
:s vldott for po w? And .
of 'kJ:bow and agreeab!a tatirk - ;
beauty di nobly hare, W been ' ' .
aarivalied. Asia the tilaUrs mutts o i ce I:Ulla:3,, we *odd rater Was eettfiloatea of ma
•tenco to one paeseadOn, from Tbalbory, Strakosoh.
CE nattex and ff. Iflsortelmota, as also nem Nem of
the bolt Cittagefihed Probes= and Aztatentra to
the country. . beentatil new' Hoot of 8/ 1 / 8 1rIr
PI &ROO are now befog aeleotatby SU Itiloitulbers
In Italthoore. OHABUYITALIIMMis.
aril 3
. 43 Itft'etreat
i'seeleed the, 1,11167 OLA/S8 MUM.
2 1.3D41,, et the Weetel razz. London. LSedk
war Wemnited inparlor to ell others In may re.
seem A new stoat of the above)set enteptg.
WV' note Amoy thb &Heat Ix the Shifting
Plana et EL ICLIBB*2-k RUM
"Set 50.153 Wltth strut.
JffISCMG.L.farBOUS.
A Vltirell SLIPPLY
HIIIPHREY'S
dPIOIIIO
UO2IE4PATIIIC REMEDIES
11'011 TEI PIIOPLIL
Win or 8P201270 22111101:121.
No. I—ror fmr, Oragaattoulad Inaaatatatkin.
li
B Por Worst Tam, Wane Cola; Waft.
0.11-- od.
No. 13—For %No, Crying, Taatitag sad. Facial.
Ursa of infanta
Oompl No. I—For Martha. Moues lalatitatk'iltd east-
Clar anti.
No. 6-Ifor GAIN firlytaga, Insane, at , Eloody
No.
No. 6—lhar Matra, Molars llorbent, Vatatas.
7—Yor cocoa, OA* latasaaa. BON tt
rest.
No. ft—dfor Tank_ _ •acite, Paiserdwo, Iffaaralribm.
of
No. P — lormadaolut, %Mao, Mat sod
tho Mad.
No. I Dylas a Pflar.lior WWI sad Dori:4W
Stomach. Ooaa aad later Oca=l.
No. 11—for Irralfalarltier, ty, Palatal
or Bappromad Period&
_.
No. Liaatrrhaa, Pronto* Meassa, Mutts
down of Taaialo.
No.
No. la—do 1.4-4'or gyp, Boma Cough, Bad Ikratblait.
k Wawa. Plaa—lfor Cri , Bro atpdaa P•
Wu, PlarPleara t the Mora.
No. 16—famakame ritia—For Pah. tramaatma
&reuse to Mast, Dart, Loam or lAntba
tialitt—easlaal Zagadoca. Involuntary Mahan.
area !Sart oa
N.. re Hooch, or Ottawa adatto or an.
dram,
Zia 50. -I.lrinory !noon tinemos, Watling the ihfd
!go. 31—Painiai Potions, Promise or !puma
3 Z—Starigrlng al shone OLIN Finsinn.
dn—EpHam and Ispasson Mons, et. Vitt
n —nor Paver and Agog, OM Arm, Dumb Ago%
Old id lanlonairsldenosc
P—irerSkfinjuackir St Vs.
tame
o—For etc*, Wank or Indaniod Iyan and 1 170116;
radon, Weak or Blurred eight.
o—kor t.lahstrb, of long stagoiltsg oe suloot, &Wass
with &Infraction or pfueun ~ dliabarge.
, —Por Whooping 00 .gbathatIng lie If:aim:a
.
.. , .
For Saimaa or P 511455. 1015.3105, L.
Cored Brgattlag. ationded Ctaapaad Rapadtly.
melon. Price, GO amta pt km...,
?or Ear Diodiarge, rut Dreassa-otiii
the Xax. tbo malt of Ikatha Zeus. arsmOmor •
6n....ba. v.:. Rowe to ItirßiMidi nallisaii or Haar.
s sod 11 / 1 1 . 4 fa , .00? . Z + 4 anyt.ianiactu. 'Pram.
amitil Os/
P., s,oo,ss . — ltabu'Dd Otldda. Istarrid add fin.
&mato". tomftrowelltnas aid Otd MK" .---, datara
kna Oa& • y or MWnm...:tatoa. lidaiatipat 100..
lor 024.1 dtility:—loralilaa' soma Week.
DOW, ,It She result of f -it akdam XicaaslYi 'Midi.
(26001 i or ratans dui Disallaygm i'rlda, 60 mkt, to
pa beur..
For 7151 d Acetusslllattomy Rtutilld _llll4O.
tap, with scanty liaarattona. Iltai, Mx par boa.
re., se . sofrawa.—Daatkly ' Volyttph Xad•
ea, ' , multiply., and tflatuisr tram or wpm,
rrior,.oo conurvr torr. . ,
A. Vii••••• ”emeasa,—lfor Walsh Zoos! Osiaili,
Diklimit, PatrataiThrhi4ma of ; tb• Eklady&
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The Pittsburgh Poet and Its: Kenj.
lucky Friends.
The Pittsburgh Port, like the New York
World and the Ociparbead press gensrally,
denounces General flntualde for proclaiming
martial law in Kentucky before the late elect
, td,:n, and preventing disloyal men from vot
ing, according to s law, of the Beate Well',
whioh' tar punt duties the late" union of
the Legislature. Thieopperheilde, of donne, ' I
desired the sums, of the peace party, headed
by Wiekliffe. Bat now that Wickliffe has
been defeated, they must needs set about con
soling themselves. The Poser way of getting
at consolation ouluditates In the following :
The only Mame between the perdu in.
Kenbroity L that ;one Is for the Union bj
fighting If necessary, while the other is in
alined to peewee; but both are.inexorebly op.
posed to the leading uteasturs of the Wetland'
Administration.
That hi all very well, for the Poet to say,
under the tdreumstacoes, and we ems hardly
forbear to wish its effort thus to distil some
drops of comfort from the fact that its rebel
sympathizing peace friends were beaten by
loyal Dcasoercre, as mush encens as will at
bast render its pain tolerable. But at the
same time, it is zeceasary that the publlo
should be informed how loyal Kentuckbuis
regard the friends of the Pees—those "Inclined
to pease"—for whose defeat in the lets oleo.
lion it still mounts, spite even of its own ion,
oolationo. The Louisville Journal, the day
after the electiolf, said :
Many of our people know net, and probably
they will never know, what dreadfulevils they
escaped yesterday by the crushing defeat of
the disloyairmodidstss ,W s . fktlytare
'weri deeply fearlisl of the rutin, for we knee ,
what vast Advantages our opponeats in some
respects in the contest. If d
triumphed, the Genial of Kentuckymight
have thrialted 'woe tweet wort' But the
danger is past. Truth and honor and patriot_
bus are victorious. The clouds tf treason ire
dispelled; and thst pure blue sky, think and
glorious with stars, is bending over us.
We shall hear no more about the withhold
ing of the men and money necessary to the
proeccution of the - war. The disloyalty that
has been sonde, and threatening le rebuked.
It hae modeled-A Ittfaa thatt Is not ely 'to
forget daring tira rent i
brief days lik .
insolent crest is bowed. Kentucky, deeply
aad bitterly as she mourns We awful war,
will, in her own strength and the atreogth of
heaven, prosecute It until the Union shall be
restored; and mays merelful God grant that
the time be short."
The Rebel Pira.es and their Build.
ers•-Letter from the Chairman of
the Naval Committee.
Mr. Laird, member of the British Reuse of
Cesusons, whose shipyard, at Liverpool, has
furnished the rebels with a piratical force, to
commit depredations on oar commerce, lately .
emitted in his place in the Souse, that the
Bodoni Government had, through the Secre
tary of the Navy, made overtures to his firm
to build war vessels for the United States; and
therefore ha was justified In building pirates
for the Mils.
Mr. Wants fiagy dales that he, or any one
authorised by him, or Me department, Over
made each overtures 16 the - Leteds.. The
, ,
whole lontreversy taming, therefore, on it
question of fact, the fano wing letter will be
read. as cionalusive, , Ike ;tau t It will
be
'eon (at the Brftfih skipbuiltr ; laving lint
.
his agent tolifr. Weller; ifuld ng rebuffed,
falls at onus to work-in building a navy for
' , our misguided brethren."
Ihrrn Amu' HArac, N. Y.,
Anglin 9thi 1863.
To Williams Faxes, Atq , Oki,f Clerk Il l avg
Depeiel aw a
/MLA Bra:—.l was sorry not to be able to
see you again la Washington. I wanted to
say that I bare a fall reooMeHon of all that
matter of Laird's building ships for the United
States. It may have passed from kir. Welles's
At
• At the special susion,Waly, 18111,) Mr. J.
Howard, of New York, muse to see me, a,
Chairman of the 'Committee ea Naval Allalre ,
and produced sundrydrawings, spkiisations,
estimates, he., ho., from the Lairds. saying
that ha same at their instance tomato these
proposa him , the Navy. Department.
I told to go to the isecretary, which . he
did, and be told me that Mr:Walks derdined
entering into any. negotiation about it.
Mr. Howard wail sot ray Well pleased with
the result. I saw him several times. 'Lora.
same it is cormapoadenee with him whkk
Laird ale path/died, although I kayo not nen
it. The truth is he wits an ageat otLaird's ;
not In any sense of the Na Mat
If
apt Laird's spat, ha *mks mere volunteer,
perhaps ug h a
by from Laird;
but be was furnished by him in adrenal with
plans, estimate , he...fts, •
I am, very truly, yews.
General Logan
When tholfedend army ander Glen. hio•
Dowell was about to Aare froa Washington,
July 18,1811, to give battle to the rebels en.
der Beauregard at Manassas, John A. Logan
was in Oengrou and supposed to be in sympa
thy with Vallandigham, (lox, Ben. Wood and
other friends of lb. Booth. Without inform
ing any almonds luteations, Logan jotted a
Massehustts regiment u • private, and
shouldering a musket took his plate in the
make, not knowing, even by name, an tater
or man in the oomouid . Kb - was .in the
thlok of the fight at Manama on the memo.
cable 21st of July, 1861; and whin the
federal troops robasted to Ahmandrai
and Washington, Logan, who wee
slow ,to leave the batta.fiold, got eeparated
from me infant, was taken prisoner as •
aupposed rebel by a equal -Of Blatiker's (Jar
man troops, who treated him pretty roughly,
and curled him sang alder guard to Alex
andria, where he , was kept for two day. in the
guard house, his captors speaking no English
sad he not sasiminted with the Genius.
Yinslp he_ zit brought hifore_Gen. Blanker
[and interropted.4..De declared himself - 111
Onion volunteer; but /la tot/Wu name
of Ids regbasots ^ olosPiely- and Whom ••• Of
save. - thil'ilas anfirmstion strati of their
eapitions; for Login dida6l disclose thefact
Ma hews/ colfilralk4lll.; Ha was °aired
lack to the guara'afiuil• • t ,
On awing headquertete he was recognised
by mother • Congressorke happen
ed to be there, who 11,00 n maisted his captors
and General • -Monitor that, theilhad for- pis.
y G. _
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......
oner Sohn A. Logan, M. C. Some months af
terwards he became oolonel, next brigadier,
and is new major -general of the United, States
volunteers. Ile fought at Belmont and Tort
Donaloin, in both whiok engagements he was.
k t
merely woi tided. Logan is a great ffigirrite
wherever own, especially in Southern /W
-oo_ ,le where he !ensiled the idol of Egypt.
In person str a i g ht medium height,.perfintly
formed and as an Indian, with long
blank hair, regular features and dark com
plexion. Iris political come before the war
is remembered as "old Hunker;' and his
southern friends and 'allies counted manly
upon him in their suicidal insurrention. But
he gnhem tithaly notioe that there .mest
berm Dominic', no interruption of .the Mis
sissippi river. They heeded not his aunts%
end he has - literally kept his promisa,-that
the western boys will hew their way with
theirswords to the Gulf of Mexico." ' -
The Reaction in North tatollinaw.
Grouch of the Union Feeling—The
Hopelessness of the Rebel, Canoe.
.
The Union feeling 1 / 1 North Carolhm . ap
pears to be constantly gathering strength,
while the desire for peace seems to be almost
universal. The Raleigh Standard of a recent
date-gives expression to 'this feeling in an ar.
Bole of great boldness.. It copies an article
from the Raleigh Daily Progress, which ex
presses great fear that unless the war is soon
stopped slavery will be obliterated, do, and
then adds:
We agree with our cotemporary In much of
the above. Bat we have no idea that. puce
can Webb:bred upon our own' terms. The
most powerful nations seldom succeed la
doing that; what the great mui of our peo
ple desire is a cessation of hostilities and ne
gotiations. If they could reach that point,
they would feel that` the conflict of arms
would not barenowed, and that same settle
ment would be *Maned which would leave
them in the future In the sejoyment of Are,
liberty and happiness.
Ili is a greet crime especially at a time She 1
this, to conceal the tinth. We latead.to tell 1
the truth as far as we know it, let the eons*
°Moss be what they may. From the begin:
ning of the war until the present the enemy
has slowly but sorely gained upon so; and but 1
for the extraordinary endurance and courage
of our troops, his flag would now be floating
at the capital of every state. We ham:lost '
Missouri, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee,
the Mississipni Valley, l'exas, Louisiana,',
Arkansas, and conaiderable portion, of other
states. Vicksburg has fallen, as we feared
many months ago it would . Port Hudson 1
has fallen ; Charleston, Mobile and Savannah I
will probably go next. Gen. Les is attempt'
lug to retire from Maryland with his spoil,,
Lai so substrustiol victory has crowned his ann. '
Wears weaker today than when he crossed tea I
Puma: inn Minima. Oar reunite in the
way of conscripts will scarcely keep our wog&
Mute Rail r oad we cannot hope to add mated- 1
ally to our forces. Cur./kiting population is I
pretty wolf eatauted. ' Zossy6ody knows tffie-:- I
tie North knows this andao date Si:rope..
On the contrary, our enemies, flash with
triumph, have a large army in the fi e, and
their president hellcat calledfor three him. 1
died thotteand more. Ile willget them. Tha
movement on Penniylvania by Gen.lwe, and
the fall of Vicksburg and Port.Budion have i
hushed all clamors for peace in the North and '
have banded the people -there as one man for
the prevention of the war. We hue goth,
ing to hope for i.om foreign nations, and jut
OA oar eauseis, we see no indications that 1
Providence is s
lut to interpose in our be- 1 '
half. The war, bee, will go on. One side or
the other roust tenor. Will five millions
of whites coroner twenty naUllons of the same
ran ? Will tray conquer a pease on the very 1
soil of than' twinty millions? Not in any
event, if these twenty millions possess drib-
Ina manhood and will fight. They fought
et Sharpabarg and Gettysburg, and they
worsted us, at the letter places. Northern
trooas are Ow evaards—they fight nearly as
well as Southern! troops. We 051100411.0h1090
signal victories rer them oe their own soil.
What then 1— Ifthe worst is destined to over
take us, woirld t not be wise and prudent to
take loss than t • worst, provided we could
do en compatibl y with honor? * *We We spoke jut now of the worst befalling
our people as thereat:lt of this war. • What is
the worst ? It would be the condition of pro
vinalal dependene on the Federal Govern
ment, each State' being ruled by a military
governor, as Tennessee is, and the emancipa
tion of our ;laves in our midst. That would
be the worst. If lil4l war continua is it eat
likely Aiwa LAW will /appear Judging the fu-.
tun by the past, (sad we have no other meant
of Judging,) we fear It will. What then?
Must we rush on .to oar doom? Must the
sword still wave and the strong arm of physi
cal forcer otill‘exert itself, and no effort ta
made by mental and moral means to elope the
war? Why, North American savages tom*
times bury the tomahawk and meat together
to wake the pipe of peace. Ars. the
North and South — Christians as we profess to
be—more savage than the savages ?
Those are sad truths, bet- we feel it to la
our duty to lay them before 'du readers. We
;naps censure others for entertaining their
own opinions, and we hate a right to uprose
ours without censure from friend or foe.' Bat
beruture,rand even the gramma sause„.ere feel
mare we shall incur; yet • none ofthen Wigs
move us • elan we know we are speaking the
truth, for the sake of humanity and liberty,
la the name cf the people ..-theraseines-whe
taught to be, if thirareArol;-preetliallyriltil
masters of us ell."
•
From a pleasant • paper in "Once • Week,l"
devoted to Sir Boyle Rothe, the iooentrb
Irish orator, we make the following extract's
Thai far the pribirollfe'of Sir' Boy le .Boehil.
There is now another view of him to bi
oouildered—the pleasant little °biter dieth
which have been put down to his score - and I
which there is no reason to doubt' be ;sally
gave utterance to. Alter all, it is natural to
'oppose that the constraint of paella "peal
tog moat have fettered the bovine fancy and
chocked the more frequent introduction of the
eouvenational bulb; in the readings derided!'
he is supposed to have had great skill.
Many of these are Avidly preserved.
I would give up half-{nay, the , whole of the
Constitution to preserve the remainder."
This, however, was parliamentary. - Hearths
thatAdruirel Roweee l c , ta quest of the irenob,
he - remarked some ;
pleasantly that the t
Admiral would ion "sweep the Branch dis
from the face of the earth."
By-and.bP came dangerous thou of diger:
' fiction, sod honest melee lives wore lnsentni.
Sir Boyle writes from the country to • friend
in the capital this diseoungig view of hie
position: "You inay judge , "he sap, of
our etate, erhen I tell you that I write ale
with
a
!word in one hand and a pbtol the
other."
Oa one oecasien when the famous letter*
to the Public Adi!ertißr were attracting unit
'renal attention, Sir Boyle was heard to tom;
plain bitterly of the attacks "of a curtain
anonymous writer coiled Junius." Si it was
who re:wanted that marvelous art in gypthas.
tics, when, in a tumult of loyalty, he • stood
prostrate at the bet of 111 !"ora." He it
was who denounced in withering language th e_
apostate politician who "turned his beck upon
himself." lie it was who introduced to pub
lic notice the Ingenious yet partially confased
metaphor of the rel. "Sir," "Who, address.
lag the Speaker of thelrith House, "I smell
a rat. I sae him floating in the air—but;
mark me; I shall nip ithu la the bad."
It was Sir Boyle who !poke in &dingier=
of the gentleman-with who.. family be wee
consented- by merrier/es "He gave Ate hie
' but daughter, sir, "tie said to Sue of the
professional wits of the Irish bat; "his eldest
daughter, sir." To the wit replied:
he had an older one h would have .given her
to you.'
hir,Currattused ha Oroully to inibt that
theta strange bits 'or confusion - rime - 11l the
•renilt of careful prepanstion:petthaps assresdi
crediting that there °mad be. hunk • mind'
with'suelt an inveterate eonstibiliOnid. twist to ,
it. In the Irish House these sayings wane
welcomed with uproarious hilarity. There
was the (anions speech which confounded gen-,
°rations : "tdon't ewe, Mr. Speaker, why we
should put °orioles' out of ;the way to move
posterity.. What has ever posterity dons; for.
oaf." Ana a little disoonoerted bit tiss
burst of laughterthatlollowed end proesseled
to explain hb'mossigne "By posted% sik,
Ldazotroaari-our-anosaters,bat -thole who
are' to eons hrimedlately after th em."'
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BID° WM(
A Chapter of Blunders
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1
His invitation to th e gutiessat • , his
bush wai
equivocal: . hos
.1 pitable and well •• nt
nue to my lo?
rd, if ever
.00me within a mile pe,
of my Moue , y stay
thus all *IOW' He who it..was .• ' for
the proper amu.tone of the wine bo and
proposed toTerliammt thatit should be •
comulsofy that miry quart bottle s mild
contain , • quart." "vary pleasant, and yet
pellet* intelligible, was hit meaning—
though-it unhappily took- the fetal bovine
thart -- wile his rebuts to the slummakar when
1 getting shoesfor his gouty - limb's : "I told
you to make one longer than . th• ether, and
instead of thatiyou have made one smaller
than the other, the very. opposite.
Still, he could - hit hard, and fer ono, avoid
ed hie natural blundering turn. Mr. Churan
stated he was dieing the guard
ian of his own honor. Sir Boyle retorted:
~ r wish the honorable gentleman Joy of his
dnecure." I
Tai MILITARY SITIIATORriIe Washiel.
ington - Star says "We 'axe able to assure
the publie that the military prospect in ovary
quarter is all that can be desired. Tito in
formation that has reached here during the
last forty-eight hours treats almost ezehuive•
4 of details that cannot prudently be pub-
Hilted, but we have no hesitation In saying
that at no foriner period of the war have Our
milftary affairs been in so promising a oondi.
tion as, at pressat." . •
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CRUDE & Elltirpo I PETROLEUM.
On Oonualudon onotnaltaly. 1111 chirps at moat
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or Particular attenttotfpold ta OIL toe EX.
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Dealer In 1
ALLEN it NBNIMES,
PIEILADBLPIIII.
Clonunissian Merchants.
tortioalarationtfon JAM to coulgusents of
OiyIDE dr f REJFINED PETa ui
•' Idbaral adman; aiide.
HENRY ROE, •
No. 19 Now nowt Spurr,
BIKNEYS AND MNICLBSION N:11101LANT
Crake and Refiried Petroleum,
LvneioArnsa OIL AND itiNtOLN,
And dealer In Crude and Zabel. PETIOLZUId
Ars t litwcArt.7l4 .
ii.OPLES inaßraiiiiifiliv 1 7-
Moe, N. E. oornor Wood and Fifth Se
FIRE ARi)ORE IBBIIRAJICE.
WILI. Phillip", _
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PANY - or PRILADEDPILLS: Dillon, 436 and 137
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automata of A..., January tat, 11010, Fltbllabroo
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agreeably to an act of ameorbty, being—
m Elortgamw;amply aocured—_—_,4l,lsBE,M3 00
B To eal Fatale, (powl,al. 1108,214 63) coat 102,9E6 00
porarria.y Lome, oz. ample OM!stand
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Which. this
Octopaay eat MM.& by law are from risks which
-ham bromflatemolied. • .
Iniarance made on every - thacription. rdmow. ty,
le town sod of:wintry; at fatal's' low aa inoonagoot
with asnorlty.
Blnos Moir broorperatlon Period of tlarty yoga
they have pald beam by Ore tutu.' amount orcaed.h.g
Pow ifialow• of , Dollars, thereby 4100thi mama
of the advantages of initinutco; set Well al their Malt
ty sod vllaporatoa Meet with . Iwompittam
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lzunuanee Co. of the Stiite et Penn's..
Hartford Firs lasuranoo Company
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Crude & &bled Petreleusi, Beuiiue , &e.,
las WALNUT EIT.. PaLLADNLPNIA.
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prompt.pononal ottoitlo2.
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