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FRIDAY 11011NDIG, SEPL 4, 1868
Union. State Ticket.. .
ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre.
k FOR JUDOZ Or THB BIIPSIIMM COURT
DANIEL AGNEW, of Beaver.
Union County Ticket.
lyr Prriassi 1.40 ef A. Dfstriat
Air Awe Hp.
1. JOHN P. OTAHL
U. - AIMED MAUL
•m. RAMS D. HISILBOH.
vv. Int. H. DENTOBTOH.
u THOS. J. HIGHOL
JOHN IL STAWABT.
Sor ark of Ow*.
WI& A. HHOSION..
Pvi Owe, Trosavir.
ar.o3.6 l ll=drO Cimau lt.
•. Par Aiwa*, of ON Poor.
JOHN N. DH O.
The Rebel Pirates... British Com-
We hear, every few days, of some new
exploit of the rebel(Britlsh) pirates, in the
capture of the trading vessels of the United
BMWs. Oar merchantmen fall in with
them, and are plundered and burnt, to the
great Injury of our commerce, which is
tailing refuge in foreign bottoms, and tin
der foreign sags, to' escape them ever re
coring casualties. And yet, strange to
Bay, although ship after abip has been sent
out to scaur the Beim, in search of 'these
(bulking bnooaneere, we do not find that
they ever get a glimpse of them. They
seem to give them as wide a berth, as if it
was their studied purpose to show exactly
"hewing to do it:" But how it is that they
r manage to keep outof the way of theoe bold
Mere, is a mystery to us. The watery
realm, we know, is a large one, but the
cruising ground of a pirate, to make it
profitable, is necessarily confined to the
seas of the Antilles, or the track of entrant
ward and horiteward bound commerce,
which lies within a comparatively narrow
range. We hope ; theta lane backwardness
on the part of 'our naval officers, about
meeting and grappling with these adven
turerir, but it seems to us, as though the fail
ure to encounter them, even by accident,
were one of those things which call for an
ezisliaation st. the hands of the Depart
ment. There le many a Unlit" whaler,
we think, that would have taken the eon
=: tract tohunt them up, and bring them bs, at
a low figure.
If it be so, however, that one or two pet
vatee.is can thus distiarb and destroy the
maritime commerce of 'a great nation, and
abide all efforts to detect their whereabouts,
for such a length of time, it may readily
be conjectured how fatal a war between
ourselves, and either of the great powers of
Europe, would necessarily be to , the inter
. eats of the latter. We can, happily, live
without the commerce that is absolutely
necessary to employ their labor, and move
its products to their customers, but what
would their immense and well appointed
navies avail against the cloud of prim
, teem, that would issue from our ports, and
hunt the ocean like a flight of sea gulls,
with pinions so rapid as to carry
them beyond pursuit, and ports of refuge
• innumerable, in:which to abetter and refit.
Their commerce would portal), and with it
„their operatives maststarve, and revolution
threaten them at home. If the want of
American coma alone, was. almost enough
to endanger the peace of those kingdoms,
how would It be, when to this should be su-
L pazwided the want of bread, and the loss of
their beat customer?
If ww should want revenge, however, of
England, for the scurvy turn which she has
served us, we shall have no occasion here
after to begin with a declaration of hostili
ties. Profiting by her example, the first
embroilment with any of her own depen
dencies, would enable us to recognise them
as belligerents, and then provide them with
ships, and seamen, and friendly ports,
enough to sweep her commerce from the
seas. Nor would it make any difference
whether a drop of salt-water ever bathed
their shores. It might be the Kingdom of
Bohemia, with the port created for it by
the great dramatist—or it might be the
little Bepubllc of Ban Marino. The British
pirates that are new preying on our com
merce—with the exception, perhaps, of the
furtive visit of the Florida to Mobilo—have
never yet cast an anchor in a confederate
port, and are as essentially their own, as
any other vessel that flies their colors on
the high seas.
We trust that our Government will keep
a careful register of every vessel that is
destroyed by these pirates, together with
its invoice, in view of their liability to
make good the losses 'which we may have
suffered in this way. When ono* the war
is successfully concluded f one of its first
duties will be to insist on a settlement of
this account, on pain of reprisal for the
zalsoldefs which they have so wantonly In
flicted on the commerce of a friendlypower.
Tha'fiomlnatlon lox Sheriff', reeler.
Theßepublican Convention ro-aesembled
yesterday, at the call of the Executive Com
mittee, to plug in nomination the Imooessor
of the late lamented Mans Woone. We
have- never seen a Convention In Allegheny
county in which there wee to little acri
mony, and such general good feeling. On
-the third ballot, lona H, Brxwear, of C3l
Iles township, was nominated for Sheriff,
• • amidst enthusiestio applause. ' ' Din
ear possesses ell.the elements of personal
popularity; tininess qualifications of the
diet clan; a natural urbanity of manner,
aid, of necessity, hosts of friends. Ills
eleition is eo otortaln that all 6 Pertautobm
.• as to that might be misconstrued as pleas
antry ; and, indeed, it is not so much a
question of majorities, as to whether or sot
his eleolion will not approach unanimity.
And the compliment paid him by the Con
vention, In plaolig him in nomination for
the highest office is this oounty, is nought
one. To be chosMi, with guilt competitors
as Minn: IL Lien, licattP:Butimra, end
Jasrn Boss, is 11., stip:lent, proof df the
high estimation in which he is held by his
.fillow-oltisens, and le en earnest - of that
overwhelming success awaits : our
twine - .ca the second Taesdiy:iif Oatobiy.
1115' nomination completes •our ticket.
io• tette . now -work for its success asiddtho
mul' not for a mere vtory but' erieh
gladd t he he' f the
a w n as. arts, o
10/14 11110 M - thi bad,
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• 2#*..F.,?-7::54.46:gr;. r-„7,
Beauregard on Soldierly Conduct.
The traitor BKAIIIMARD, in hie letter to
Gen. Gmattong, remonstrating against his
unexpected and unwelcome missive, re
marks, upon what he calla "the turning of
his guns against the old men, the women
and children, and the hospitals of a sleep
ing city," as an aet of "inexcusable bar
barity," and declares that it "will give
him a dad eminence in history—even the
history of this war'—and that such
mode of warfare "Is atrocious and on
worthy ptany, soldier."
We have seen nothing any where so re
freshingly cool as this—coming, as it does,
from an officer who basely abandoned the
Bag he was sworn to defend, and then
tuna his Stolen guns, with red-hot balls,
and murderous aim, upon a handful of
him spirits, at Port Sumter, who still re
minim, "faithful amongst the faithless."
History out show nothing, in ail its pages,
so "bully eminent," and so unworthy of
tho chi - meter of the soldier, as the conduct
of those malafaolon like himself, whose
treason iA only iolipsed by that of the fal
len spirit, who drew:fter him "the third
part of Heaven's host." And, yet, this
fellow talks about the character of a sol
dieraas coolly as if he had really sonata*.
ter of his own I We long to see the dity
and ilia not now remote—when the honor
of the-soldier shall be vindicated, and the
justice of the 'Nation satisfied,by awarding
a felon's doom to every misatantlike him,
whe has so basely dishonored and dis
graced his profession, and himself, by the
infamous betrayal of the cause and eon
try, to vale he was bound by the double
tie of allegiance and gratitude. If Gen.
Gxnnuoan should catch and hang the
seem:did over the ruined battlements of
Sumter, rho country and the world would
applaud him , for the act.
From Rissourt—Effects of the Lew.
ranee Affair—A Rodin:xi Policy Re
&letter from St. Louis to the N. Y. Com
Ere this the rebel , sympathizers in Weat
ern Missouri have reason to regret that
Quantrell, whom they fed and concealed,
ever thought of invading Kansas. The ef
feet of the raid has boon to rouse the old
Border war flees in Kansas, and to Mart
anew the old fends betwien the two States,
in which the innocent will doubtlesseuf
fir with the guilty—but such is the story
of wareverywhate and forever. The reso
lute energy of the Kansas men, inspired
by such men as Senator Jim Lane and Col.
0.8 Jennison, has induced General Ew
ing, who commands that district, to order
nothing more or less than. the utter depop
ulation of three and a halt counties. All
persons residing outside of a few exempted
towns aro required to vacate their homes
and retire to these places of safety. Nothing_
short, of this extraordinary movement can
save Weetern Missouri from the Kansas
hurricane, which is about to burst upon it
with mere fury than ever before. The lib
eration-of the elan' of rebels will give the
fever to the slaves of loyal men—and the
result will be to practically abolish slavery
in those counties in short order.
The conservative party of this State less
contained a serious shock by these occur-,
reams in Kansas and on the Western bor
der. The Copperheads and their allies
around Manacle City and Independence
have taken the alarm, and lest Jennison
and Jim Lane go too far eastward; they
have sent a delegation to this city to re
monstrate with Gen. Schofield. Tne latter
anticipated their arrival, however, by is
suing a very stringent order allowing the
people to bear arms in their own defence,
which haa been prohibited heretofore, to
prevent guerrillas gobbling up the guns,
,te. The order outlaws all rebels who do
not surrender at come military post, and
threatens to destroy the houses and prop
erty of all persons harboring and conceal
ing bushwhackers. This is suffralently
radical to stilt anybody. It was for batt
ing precisely such orders, for acts of radi
(MUM not so bad as this, that Gen. Ben
Loan was removed by Gen. Schofield, and
fors policy exactly similar to this that
Gen. Curtis was himself removed from com
mand of the department by the President.
A rebel Captain was recently handed
over to the Provost Marshal by lets wife, a
Union woman, whom he deserted for the
rebel annyn and the, on his return, proposed
to use her hard earned money to buy qui
nine to smuggle Into the rebel lines.
There is a great demand fin commissions
in the negeb regiments, and the applies
dons exceed the places tube filled by about
fife to one. The recruiting for negro regi
ments in the interior of this State, on ac
count of the liability to carry off sham, has
Col. Cloud, of the 12th Kansas volunteers,
left Guerilla, Me., with s large force early
this week to reinforce Den. Blunt by a new
route, which it is thought the rebels have
neglected to guard.
A well known politician hero has made
a bet that Gen. Schofield will be removed
from mainland within sixty days. A wish
has been expressed to have Gen. Hooker ap
pointed to this department.
'rho Bane for PiOldest Lige°ln's
tannin es Dawn bough
On the first outbreak of the war the pen
eonalitice lavished on Mr. Lincoln by the
reboil' exhibited a degree of hatred toward
him which it was 'thought nothing could
mollify. "ape," "baboon" and "ourang
°Wang " were amongst the mildest of the
appellations applied to him. It is curious,
recollecting all this, to related the eager.
nese which these same rebels at present
manifest to possess themselves of his like.
ness. There b in fact nothing in the fine
arts more eater:credits fiouthern circles Jost
now than "the counterfeit presentment"
of the man against whom all , these ugly
epithets. were hurled. Beeently one of Jeff
Davis' organs, humiliated at the change,
worked itself Into quite rage at the state!
meat which appeared In our columns that
one dollar greenbacks were selling in
Iticlunond for three dollars Confederate
currency. It appears that we understated
instead of overstated the value set in those
latitudes on our Presidents likeness; for
we find it annotuaced in the Macon (On)
Telegraph that greenbacks are nownelling,
there at the , rate of one dollar for , eleven
dollars in Confederate currency. What
ups and downs there are in this uncertain
world.—Nero York Herald.
The /Labels and the French.
A correspondent of the New York Even
ing Post puts s few questions, Suggestive
ly, se follows:
From the statement appended to Mr.
Memminger's letter to It. M. T. Hunter I
take the following item: "and probably
beyond the Miselssippl, $ 1 60,000,000,"
which to= is coolly, and without explana
tion, deducted from the outstanding Con
federate debt. Why? Is the territory, or
any part of it, west of the Mississippi,
abandoned for nothing, °rhos it been ceded
by a secret treaty, for a consideration, to
the French? ,
Ina Washington letter in the niinns of
to-day is found the following: "Mr. Hun
ter will loavo Europe, and will accompany
the Emperor of Matioo to his capital as
soon as the candidate for that throne shall
assume the govertunent of hie dominion!'
Pat that and that together. *What nut?,
Why does the Preach_ blockade of die
out of Mexico begin terilesgues Bona of
Pdatamons? For Whit purpose is ten
leagues left open? Is it to let the ceded.
territory (Texar) pt, !applies in the main
Tux heino.Ezen. Prim—Private let
ten from England state that the work on
the two rebel iron.olade Is nearly com
pleted, and that those who are cognizant
et the affairs of those - who are Inking
preparations to take charge of them, state
that they are confident getting out of
English ports without much trouble, not
withstanding that they are literary respect
first-class war vassela. The secessionist/1
iaßsitimore anticipate a complete revolu-
tion in the condition of rebeldom when
these vessels get out, claiming that every
blockading tied will be destroyed and ev
ery navy yard burnt, to say nothing of the
bombardment of Boston New York, and
Philadelphia. With their usual boasting,
they have laid out an immense programme
for retrieving the-fortunes of the Confeder
aoy.— Washington Correspondent N. Y.
As SZOILLIIIII? Dar's Wom.—The Land
Dopartment of the Illinois Central Railroad
Company are selling daily large quantities of
their land,. Yesterday they kold to parties
designing to settle upon and holdout them,
flu 40% one ,80 and two 1110'a on the usual
time, Three of the 40-aore snots were sold
for ton dollars, one for sixteen dollan, and
one for eight dollars an sore: The 80-ams
Moot was sold far twelve dollars as sere, and
one of the 160-acre fruits for tops dollar., and
the other for eight dollars as Lem. They also
mold for cash, three 40'o at twenty•flve. ten
and tau denim and • half an sore ;. one 80 at
firs dollars, one 160 at eight dollars and a
half, and one 240 at nine dollars and sixty
ands an acre--altogether 1100 ions, for $13,-
084-4 good day's work.—Ohlcogo Tribuss.
A Ron Teionzar.--Jolui Tyler's son,
Robert, has been amusing himself and the
nubile by attempting to demonstrate In the
Richmond &naiad that there is no valid m
emo for the depredation of Abe rebel cw
rimy, that In hest the depreciation is absurd.
We do not hear that he purposes to AMU,
Ids reasoning by parehasing Confederate pa
per at par. Re doubtien holds with the old
Stench theorist, that if the facts do not agree
with his theory, so much the worse for the
Tun bed of Og was twenty-seven feet
long and eaven feet broad. The height of
Gollath was eleven feet; his coat weighed
one hundred and fifty, and his epear nine-
teen pounds. The body of Orestds, son of
Agamemnon i leader of the Grecian expedi
tion against Troy, Was eleven and a half
feet high. Maximus, Guaira of Spain, the
Boman Emperor ' wee eight and a half feet
high; Ms wifo'e bracelets served for finger
rings. Mons. Blhll4 the Belgian giant, is
nearly eight feet high.
"Pool lazal" wrote a Garman to a hind
who bad been inquiring after his con, "he
bit Masan mit • rattltanake, and vas Adak Into
Ms pi for Ire week/ In termonth of August,
and all hie cry no "rater, cater 2" And he
couldn't cat aottlag at all till ha complained
of ping a hello patter so he 000ld nand up
en Ida elbow and oat a cap etas."
A .OUT politloal organisation is said to
exist in several States. It is called "The
Democratic Elmpiro„" and professes to 'be for
the purpoes of uniting the whole American
°oath:ant nada one government.
OTHR UNION MUST AND SHALL
HZ PR.MIT.HVED.--GRAND 111189 OON.
TINTIO2I AT WRIESPOBT.—The leyal chin.=
of Ruben Panoryirania will tamable at itoKEre-
PORT, en THIIIIBDAT. DEPT.
pon Inte. at a o'clock
to mit and dellbedate u the state of te
country. T com eary man willing to ander and it,.
Min the good old flag, is eame.tly reqnsten to at.
tea. The °Voila& eminent spoken wlllsolleect
HOE. A. G. CURTIN, HON. J. K.IIIOOIIfRAD,
110/1.0.V. LAW littloD, ROE. P. U. sumo+ cm,
T. HOWARD. Esq., 004. J. R. CLARK,
J. J. HRH KRICK,tiq. T.M. MARABALL., Yeg ,
J. M. KIRKPATRICK,
GIVE ONE DAY TO YOUR 01IINT.T.T I
Oen. Thomas V. Bon. H. A. Wearer. Jahn MoD.
Cznesi, PlUsbnogb; C. P. Clarkin, Wasuno'Mind
county; John P. Dr►ro, Wenn; Boajamtu Conront,
YI nVotb: W. F. Hantion, Busch) idifflien.
Antsporti Jahn J. Bum Tornailles.
0. 0. P. Walk rt, Wad Nawtan; EL-Illackattra,
Eat , Mom!UMW; Ett/datd, ooaltarnids;
Jabo E. abstkr Illtabatta; Idoottl Waddr, Elba
Wok; Bud. Doan fa, C,isabdh tp.,• 0. B. Tower,
Ilia *bah; hack Pattarson, ELladatti Cada
dam. Ca*, El aabath tp.l Vadat tatter, Wad Alta
atoto; Wm. 0 a all, Wdt Cita dad; Josapb Wldoo,
Jaen= to ; John Jaff.rsaa tp ; Jobs U.
Plahar, PIM tp :Jam Witoot, 11.1111 a tp.; Jame
B. Lord, karialilas tp.: Capt. Bra. Woad, Para :les
SP4 6 dalk. Pml.T. CaPlas ; Capt. C. W. ratche
t:3r, PesOlem tp ; Wm. .1 Mode, Lower
Char tp ; Jobo t. Pam o Jamas U. Pray, Flit ty.;
eta. Llatlay halal CPbati ki pobett lisokip, Wm. P.
Bath, Wm. If. flalsoll, A. Lan. Plttaborytt;
J..ba F. Jatal.a.„ Jon.. Park, Sr.. A - 41day old;
Wm. Loathe. gaatrud Witch, A. 0 t.rhoblaw,
Tload PeUllOl. Bamay Limp. ktatroaapart. ald
Omni or Hewn= TnaisrosaraTnro Ua, t
ditbibmith, Itay 89th.
.i.NOTICE, Td lIEREitY tiEVEN to
tho Subenribere to the :Stook of tto West
ern Transportation Ctropany that sa opeormeat Of
TfVE DuLvesa Oh 00 ) PEa BHAbE boo been
WWI upon the stook enbonribsch payable at the ofete
of tho Treasurer, at PUtaborgh. oo or before ths
WM day of /nod, USN sad • like =cent story
thirty doe thereafter. WM OiAG.I/110 notified
UT otter of the BOrall-
Wham A. A.MODOWIR.4.
U 7 , NOTIOB.-4402 BOUNTY
la Oared to mem who hue tarred at Bolding
tn • Sena not km than ntne months, vita shake at
Regiment er Company.
aro. farther Intraation Inquire at Po 'PS TIM
strati, ay mantra. L. B. ItICUAItD,
lot Most. 901 Ittecatuat P. B. V. 0,
Gomm IS. 0. a 731 gaisoursr Cotrarr.—
Delegate, to ala Column earnautly roguattod
to mot on 7114D4Y Mir!, &Scuba 4th. at V
o'utock p. m., at Eliumlquateru, WWl= x all. Boo!
peas cl laperianOt wl be brought brats apt Oono •
will be a meeting of the
LrCY Central Carmen at Hesdotertere, 3 RIB (M.
day) SOWN° at TX, chkok. TEN Cotton tor
olli-ers for tha ramie( lens will be 1 eld at this
math lg. Bs ordrr of the Preetdent.
-1 calk cholas ObactatuttlOvarase4 Sugar Dried
. 101 bbl,. Eitlzartlfra9;
100biqs yams Bib OC &I;
Jost nolibribd and toz Ws by
for vale by NJAZZI.TOI9,
1,4 1a Mien I
50 btobfla prima Timothy food;
ICO btitt Applca;
23 list Es Bottar;
To min ant for oat. by
MUNK TAN GOBDICII,
196 Samoa area,
11611.0 .sus station: tot SO fat front try SOO Seep; with
onretit►nt twittery Brick Dwelt:al Dl Wad
rows, L th..TribtliT a 6ua 4 ,
rid SI Market ►frost,
Y • 1863.-0 ootcp'elit sasortaeaut of beautiful
Pa Plitt HABOINCIa. of all aryls, at garb at lower
tbaa can be again offend Par Ws by
W. P. 01 ItqUALL.
103 M Vold street.
UTA.REIIOUSitt Bob dila), sititisto
cri Emitting introbh batsmen Watu an' PIM
• tr. s'a. Apply OUTHOIBP,
, a y 6l illrarbot
MO. S LAMS ISAOILEREI bbls
o 8 imp Iffsc.kenl, for ale 10.. by
Wallin DUMMY a GO.
not 80 WNOr •tro.4
Hall—Madbar mpply vadrad at Ma la
41. n Eutaw - Depot
J. .1 H. PHILLIPS,
ntt Res NI and ill PA. Oar irtnet.
rrl tt 6.1% 1" Alt id,rd 0111153 N 1111..
OWYTll—daotbor iniogdy, cf all 'MUM, put
reddirad hew Fodor', for mid wholesale and ntidl
b J. • O,PITIFIAIPS.
lattintitt ritel)flEo reoeinng daily
a: from Itaatacky, ebb mut J6na7, la Dozes and
toslots. ebalogat ball la mar et.
anti L If. vain a 00.
IeALTHEA kof the b, et
aukutewlloo4irap ca band. it Non. ES st 4
*oar arra J. H. PAILLIPII.
Bar B -. • a-- • .n. the Linea
er• Yankee Prboter Louie • Wale , Ito
04. E. J. J. Gear. Poisale by SAY a 00.,
INN eds Wood arse.
A NewbuvisL—atu3ti42 K liott: • ity
Imola, Inaba? of ..BaTonabcis," ka
7".•14 bs ./C AY A CO.: 66 Wo es
NNW Yun& Visbittra--luto bb 0
..3 this ispfflor arila`e nadved b 7
funtliv H. 00144151141.
Mara r • is Lime
144...4..4 by nattily H.(XI6I•iNN
-14 OUtsn WADITILU.-41. comfortable
Ram; ma Use et mttroai prdansa.
a Wog armi, aDeaber.
d 4; Air g 41 - 4 , d t -J. d7l
FOB BA La—A two story MIME
DWINJOING HOME. No , Si North sWast,
tyib, oontalieng Imo Karl moats. tot 22 *yet
froze by 120 test detp, bowing on two WWI. if
not sold bd Ms let ot o,:tober amt, will be Ins root.
Nor latcamattatt imply to W. IV. ctiormsos,
Allagbaty Brewery, (45 Bebe= ttroa t t,
..d4 1.4 Allowtwwl ty.
Otiitta es TIM COSIZOLUE or nunstrzeir Co.
rtitnintrib, dept. tel. 18e9. J
QBALED PROPO6ALB . wiII be receiv
e! at tith office until the .10en ran" hada
11r6, for Bane:tieing BSVZHTT tYLlota
to be aced by the AZINIIIKag tar the yen 1t64. tan:
phe ma be awn oo application.
By direction of ()runty Gosomhatocutra.
sattid 13ERar LAIIBETI b. Claattell.t.
FOE'RENT.-4 pleasant and dosin-
Is. reddest. to dins story Brick
Dwettag, enitaleng ten room, a bath.rona, far.
tdabadtallst, nod a anni, well abided with ran
tines, al:natal on Nast Lazo, between Obto and Idta.
rtratte, witnln drew tan Wants' tru'k of the.
Tadatal stunt depot. Posoastan ginta on the Id
of October. Bte terse ingnbo on tto Plinant4
selatd NOIIVItT OBOWNi>
A DILINIETBATOR'S NOTIOIL—Let
a tas of Adadniandten butts been granted to
ands rend on the estate of Jahn 8. gnash
demised, Isla of the botousp of B hornsbizre. ail
pesetas /month thunielves Cnd.btcd ere requested
to make hnmealste velment. wad at plane 111141 4
tilt= evilest add estate, will pram: than dal,
sattundfseted for atilt matt
metal ethrlP J. G. UhMsTOOS. Administrelos. •
COPYLNGINK, made by
Wm. lisslins arena Lisa tlat se Ar.
toles Wittlas Moll, and e TO. OspLm
may be stnuk off three sr Ibur dos eta. the mina.
snlyt ha been ertittes. Wee, pa domo guar%
57.40. The fan ars full opera
Smith's Asterlosn Wilting Ink. In qtuato sad
Vhilte-8 ea, 4 as. and 2 as.
Prices very mach loser than Arnold's.
J L. BUD,
set,7B learth street.
COUNTRY RESIDENCE 808 SALE,
vv ... m ks 67 tba rolnotitdr, at UMW station,
rd the Penns. Balms& sdeloofin oft° be i c "
East Mail. The lot zontslos abort two sad o•Italf
strew of mon ,d on sada Is erected NEW TWO
810112 fEdll.lO D *ELLIE°. A Inner water al
the door. Tien Is • t oasis Orchard, with • srarlity
Sr miller trultd Also. s good Teems Stills. • cud
sad rub how. Tor psrslstdus and tonas enquire
on thepremlroa 7613t11l TOMTITS,
ar, it Imam Town',
(brier Kukla anditard stmts.
A THRILLING TALE
BEYOND THE LINES;
A YASMIE PitItiONSII. LOND IN DIXIE.
By Clapt. J. J. Ckar, lat. of Ge n. ackb.nd's 6 lOr.
With as itttnxlctotton by Bev. A iallnder ( xY.
MaUed. pats paid, on receipt of price.
JOSS P. BUST,-
rpsic NOTlOB.—Diotios is hereby
ere a to all p•nons wtio bare not paid their
City, Water, VIM Danboro, Poor. f CANA, rod elfhl ol
If MUNN! lain. In the city of Allegheny. for IDA
that t bey sre roguine to par tbe tabee 01 or taboo
nes le/EiSiT DAY 4.11 . oorusza nal?. and Wit if
the IMO t. not paid on or token the said On; day
at Octotor, theo Eva per cane. well be added to and
ma's payabla thereon sod that if the taros he net
paid on Cr before the ant day of November folly..
iDg, warrant. will be directed to prnaerly qualified
pram, commanding rash ot thAIII to leg said
Wm, with all vets and tetiar, ell accrued thereon, of
soy goods and chaetela of the delinquent. shorn*.
ever bond, ond se mate tab menet after adnrtla.
cent, al in owe of dismal for not.
pHOTOG II APR ALBUME--Now
Tal MOLT IBLEGIIIT
Iva amid to this dry, comprising nermeronartyla
ot boat LOU dews and numb male, it
leixtusong HdLL s Firin Sinew
TIM 13ItttUTITUI. OCION nit ILIA DEMI
Oe‘ ll C/ 14 by lbe imbeccibm, oae infle Bora the city,
an the /MaestriDa tarapike, mannosnding a view of
um cities, submbr, and ten miles of oh. rivers. The
Thick Lime, of modern styls„ bas Marva rooms, be
lids bah !Will and doable Mandeb. has fast been
repainted and penned, and Ls rupplicd with hat and
d water, drawn la Om how* Irons drorns, sod $
ervar , alllag 'wring Moore intone largo bilaketabb•
03/1 ,fry Beam, de. lbalot o.llll•oltAnaokeei
by sou wail, high fence wed hedge. whit ova /CO
chvica b acing Bildt Tram , Grape Vima, Mod every
variety of mei &tall sad .Stabbed—the place
having been leant, years under crethratioa. To
than wanitaa dedisnia intivrovood property, In ram
pp ire order at a moderate *agents, thb is an °prop.
raptly seld om to he met with. /t within view of
tbe city, and only twenty nohnitra• walk by either
toldgr• laud ten minutes' walk Um the Birmingham
Muses I slimy. D. W. D.
- a.WW:SI. Clam Water Mama and Mon die/.
WRECKS OF tiTEASIBOATS FOR
ClllOl 01 TnAnroterares,
LOIII4 an(. 24. 11 Wis
The um* of the Moamar 6 .OHiPetWA VAL.
LIT; is the new Bay Ilse miles tare D'allottn, In
the Oftmlenit rut near.
AU). the meek of the loam r "PABTHIN/A,"
near the head of aeries h e Etiolate, In the Comte?,
The stmcbtnery, boilers ant hate of Me &bete.
name f;beate fie reportel to be geed.
They VII be solo et pobtfc amnion oo the hlyhooft
bidder, on the lit DAY tflP OuTOBIII, 1013.1 n filo
olty at Omelerstl. Otio,ln front of the race of apt.
CUAII4B SCHMID 0, a. Q. M.
Terms eath. V. B. Treasury Motes.
By soler of Brig. Co% Loaner Alarm
ODA OLCI PAIMONP,
1e3.11 Caputo sod A. Q. N.
DIESOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
—Tee putean hip heretofore extorting between
the antseribere, War the Ana of THOILeB BALL
I 00.. b this day dlotolnd by the aithdrawid of
W. BIA The badness erlß to gelded by either
of the imitator, at No. 05 lint street. -
Sept I,lBBf. W SI. BEd.
The tied...signal will conflate the Corandselon.
Crabs sad Proverbs badness. under the atPre of
THOMAS BILL I 00.. at Noe. 93 sad 05 Water
drat. THO 3. Berk
GEORGE W. PORCH,
fieneral Commission Merchants
11=W OBLEANY. LA.
Frir Cairiammus Forzarro
Hater D. H. lea 0 Co . Plttst.umb I
N. O. 11.1140 •Oo , sod 0, P. Knight. Drot..
Fancy Dyeing. Estabtishment,
39 0810 ST., amoussir orrr
illAr All goals rakarse4l le lare weirs au27:lm
WAGONS, CARTS, WHICELBLRe
sows, ETNIX TIMMS, k.e..lkrpt. vs bind
sad nnentoonn AIn.DAI/16' MCAT GOAN
UUfI.L awl BUD BOWISO 11.A.1111.0Wd.the bat
Ind env* lead Bowen Craw hi 111114 AIM LW mid
All snit smutted.
Marlnc •nnu.k. At!sebum
C &FS MAY
Tbo nubile man ropectfallifotormad that Ude dad-.
der Hind win coatis CU open anti' the nth of rep •
Umber. dbe nomad b =II complete tbm
&lonia to Wm 'lantana waterlog plats, ant Ouse
Ulibe ton ds It to and tram Philadelphia. A coots.
modals* knot for Gunlitta at this hours can to
mad* on sad aftarldept. ditLIAISII WZOT. •
and&Eir Pro • ton
WARM. WANTED.—A Farm_of Laud,
on aoy of the rorrood lion, not oral lO mites
frog thenty nod not oter two mint from &dial=
It most bo ant ousitty aotl, Oh soot buildings sod
other lat penmen. a and 13237 eoaW n in= 60 to / 60
acres tam or lea. all pinion wish's' Co mill mob
a tank may Clad a manor by- addreadeg .111
It. Owns Ono', Ilintl i t.Ps4" dating par ,
Oculars *kat quality at icasilon, samba' of
awes. hastimmrats,* Mee, Al. •
A DMINISTRATOSti NOTIOS.—Let-
La. ten tf Admlolstratkolint!‘ bas grated
tin nodustaid on ell • h.t 0 1 Wot CF.Oltoty.
deemed, jots of tbo tint Wattr, 011 of Plltiburgh,
011 .pineal ktotrai =Ohl' bilatel are to.
wowed to mato knoodlts if Matta* and ill :Px•
SOU hobs dill" argon tom 'Ado wl/1 rent
to duly autheottud Ttreettkotont.
What! No. 10t1 yllo Mott.
FOB &ILO IN LOTS TO SUIT PC&
in good tomtits ford a; Endow In the (Lb and
will Salto* fora lapel er for teeing &W t.
ADA? to ICODEgt. AUTEIWIS. eltotney.
Ito led north striae.
raßens.—Filic.iiimikeni Of the
Delawato; OrordtPir Serinels nom% NM'
All l 4 l Ol Amami moon 11 1 :!- - ,g 1 Litalbition
*ad 'argab it go. Ri '
se' . - •- • ' *24OX.
Jr•Artir -on vxmartssmarrirs.
STA Pa FAIL.
THE =TENTH AN UAL
PENNA. STATE AG6ICULMAL SOCIFIY,
NORRISTOWN, IdONTGP Y CO., PA,
September 29th and 30th and October
let and 2nd 1b63.
tio_rithoon le about threntorn mike nest of P.ll
adeichte, oc Ihe etharelli river and le eceeeelble
bj seines, to ever/ patting deb. 84•10.
he grounds see beantlndly 'Belated. cont/king.
21 in roe if gennad, v Ith fine tame bath:dap them
mob d together nub lingo enema died& g Ti
hank D ull to be oat of the best belt nut. tnieke In
the !Me. Ito remlants ere the beeriest ever at
tend be the Beelete, sulinating t, abouts7,CCO.
The Inendinne Zr. all graaea of c.ttle exceed $ 'ACC.
gee of which atop) each, 19 ham pa to el& °then
lunnleg dot to loath rates. Ben bard not mg
than 10 tutad, ht eremtnab $25 Pad Eserabina 88.
• Weans for grad the prembathe.exdbed Vann.
he bightit LBO; In Wastes sloand pa, and others
r ll 4 lll l bun sld, ad and 110. For Sheep aid Be Inn
the prank= range bean $lO to $5 and 111.
/Of tamers thus lea long BA of penman' Cron
$2 to $1 each. the following time/ time liberal
remotes ars ceterzd Plongtu, Cnittrators, Bath,
Wows's, Beeping and Montag EPer° .. Batters,
Cant kluthav, 4.11er 11 Iles, Pumps, Burkett, Tin
Ware. Leather and be Ei.enranterres, nu Platunie,
Maras Hanle s, Batter, floor. Grain ant Bade,
Vegetables; and stn ler Dotennto end Bontebold
tannfecturra. Cloth, Carpet, datlnik etdrithg,
theettng. Blankets. Iftaaa.4, Shoals, Holt Goode,
gesdnnvotk, do Bread, Ukkes,Preserres.lellles,do.
large Violin= a e oft. r d tor evisir variety
Pratt and flowers. Us Morel Tent be the
lITGOIT are: ended by the !octet!, ent dal arm coo
at the most attractive batons; of the It:bib:Mon
/holt, Grapeo arid *lns alit be exhibltsd to MIL
She resitailventa 'Earn at std Not ofttown 1141.
road ban arransal to cam amides for eshibitt-in
to end 'root lizblbition Insight toss sequirirso the
froward [ref& Is to prepaid, latch will I. topstr
stepptt alma goods are Mooned to Ire rtation
alwom elolvd. It to hopd t t rasa the same with
Won Imps WA roads. -
Amaral= at ndooril rates will to run on all the
Mints can be msda at Sheol! re. to Norristown.
a tar the lib di, ct erptembsr: All arthiles most
be entered on tha books on or Wore Tomato, even
fog dept. %/h. Bablllors moot Meows members.
Ittombership At CO, with four coupon Marts. each of
wht b sill admit one whom to tU Pair otos.
A Mt of Proratoms mut lirmstations OW3 be
had LI addition's; tha Monetary.
THOMAS P. KNOX, President.
A. B IMES LONOMM Eger • 1
Wonistorn, Ps. au27:tf
EVERY MERCHANT FIIORLD
LLO7DI SIEGL PLATT
Telegraph, Ballroall and Eipros Map.
It 'bows oTril
AND SIMMS 07/1011
United Wtatee and Canaciae.
Igo% Osnat or as AD was Ea sae Co..
59 Deroad.ray. Nov lark. feb..s, las. I
Lloyd's Tolegnio. Xx9ress sad Itallsosd Iles Is*
End of pest seethe to as. ant hats subscalbsd / VII
UtitiitlD DOLLARS to shoo oar award Capress
Ltass. We deem It smy word lisp, sad ~.em.
wad It totsislebn meth
AD... Vila= Co.
By W. B. blum-as. Pres.
ONLY OW Oli ItOLLIM
Maps no■ toady for deliver, at
PITTOCKI DEWS DEPOT,
OPPOBLIng rliz P 08? (ones.
A N A LYSE...•
Pas Oz. 1105. SSO.
125austA —.. .01.
Ermine acesptal the Agsza for the sterol the
BLIIPI.II MAT, Ward it., at. lon% Co., le.
vita the Wendt= of glass and BOW Ilscoolateress
to the Asulota Rhea Obeys as mooted Pro&
A. A. Heys, of &Ooh s sad J.O. Booth, of
phi, whkAs together with the test of Noted mord
arm by maeWsieren to Pft4bargh. laaelmott
sad Bt. Mots. fie*mlaae It to Pa Ow purest aml
moo ralasbl. Msfaow tams. Welber Porsdp or
Amettoas. Pote made from it tom stood In btu
Glass Mimeos from Wig top months
The Atotfele la of tee Curb take. from the
mink wtthoet any eraddelng or premazatloa what.
Byer. ii pcooma great Wholesome and phogelty
gragllss, which are not Moro by the snap,
!., Witch admit of the adaslotare of a tarp propor and
of shell or booed clay.
I am now to fill orders for the above
Clay, to to shipped Mom Bt. Loeb or dalleared hors
Va. 11l ECCOOND ErtilLlT,
• PLIOTOGRAPLI Roons,,
00ILISIB =MB AZD ISABEL"! =arm,
(SS and Sd stoilia, mar Bletuution's Jewelry Blare,
PfIOTOORAPLIfi, of every do surd style, plain or
colored, from the popular CUM' tie Valk to Clublnd
and Lilo Eitzo. '
Iffr:111119LIXUBI vemlll particalarljoill the ai
&elan= of the AND AID MIMI to the may
blnty of Obi aotablbdtmont, being rumba! by • dn.
ttle shot dish* Of stain.
oar Puns Itallfill2, sad istlatictloa gum.
SALE OB STEAMBOATS.
Diem QOAI73IIIAATCWO °Mc&
Nobellb, Teen.; Aug. 22,
I .111 sell to the Idihest bidder, for cash, we tot.
loving etaataboatA wrecked in the Ocrntterland
elm, with inactdaery and other ampastensumi, a they ley lathe tirer : (I) STAMMER .W. 11. 61.
Dka.W. near had of Barprth Ilhoair (I) 8110‘111
. 011a8TAI3P:Ar• Who shire Harped% thoabf.
foaled bide am ba rewind at thh peace omit 12
o'clock to ,kIONDAY. dept. 11th. 11211.
Bids fill be recetrld for each boat reparate, sod
the heats will be sell separate to the Wean blddar.
II bend to lb. amount et IS percent ca the amitnet
offered for each boat, atgasd by two resporaible
thr, to be forkited .n noshes or retool at paying
the amtnat bed, (tithe bid u accepted,) will WOOS*
pang each bed.
Indeed.) be oddment) to the onderetined, seamed
urn:pouts for Steamtoste."
the tight fa rooted to Meet any or all WA.
WI/18LO it apt, sad A. Q. ff.
By order of t 0tn.110124.2 aWOiIPB,
.auVetretta • A. Q H Can. MIL A.
0 .A. - 1;2, P TES .
MIT °PAVIA AT
WV C14%1111.32(2. 's.
87 FOURTH STREET,
A largo ssaottment, wlddi 101 be WA it a ter/
area radastka tram Ws prices.
V. D. &Z. AVIIALLUM.
• Oar/met, sad 22d atrtets
ti!estdastoo, D. O„ Awes
31013131.10 ELLE OP CONDEMNED
NINAIIAIII Aeke place at the Musk moo
ths Obeareatary to eats arty. on th e Itr. as AND
Bea - WEDIIMBIDATB OW t , X.P1T.12111 a. MU the
24;16th Ana Tab of lb. asontb. The ptcput7
is co:doomed al tient 'ter pahlto oinks.
Palm to tatatasatest to o olcck a. to. *reach day,
' it'd be tlotted from day today aot.ll the flambee
Cu head shall be !Old. •
Tell9ll ambito itotertuattat Wands.
(51 • •nd A.Q.M►.. V. 5. A
MRRCNeNTB AliID MANU PAO
- TtUSRl3.—WAsTati-A illuatlin es. )1301L.
or BII,PPLIfii OMR, &wholesale or
umnirmuiring birettnne;by a pima wlo bar had
ropeetanto to becitatreolnit, ormetpcdrisboo. garb.
chafes da. An.alablialteent upostag to amyl, on , --of when capacity and reliability enliataatory
teattaney can ba an. will Apienoe address "A."
Li1014131.1C 141.41114 Rn%; set.S,d
410 - 00REWARD...Strayed ,from • th. sbiblo of the (*burger, is the
cotter of Tenn sad Rob 'striate, ou stotookfin bat
D HAS 1102511, old, otthont
Om, 15 to 11% hues Mgt, *fib w ee tip
the nicht hlp, ands masa sat ao iba lett aboolda.
Tb• *bens istratd b• 1 ,14 5 tka satell h kit SI
tt. Thu .o 4 read pm d . 010 QUAIL
I . N i ' - - 13'5' t300D3-!
IN• randomize t.lafsrmiss orm cartomors and
deako tbs.! we an or rccal.bg a large and arm.
pleb) onortscoDt of
(3- CODS ;
Putr.bued dirint,trom the imparters sad =nn i
truer& In our assortment will b. found
DIMS TRIMMINGS AND BUTTONB;
GUIPURE AIM POI T 8 LACE COLL/all;
DOLLARS 4.n SNITS ;
HEALD 1141111, Mack sal Colored
RIBBONS, s sylestalot ;
RALSWILAL AND HOOP BKIETB
littiLD3 AHD YAILMII
HI&D•DELIIMS AND NETS;
GENTS' lIIENIEHING GOON
LADLES• & MILDEWS MD= GABILINDS;
And ■ fell Ilia of Slaloms, vbk.b •ID be dlvosed.of
Lowest Cash Prices.
air Wholesale Dealers, /illllores, Peddler, and
Retell Buyers weld do srsll to evuolna.
JOSEPH HORNE & COn
Ina TT MID fa WM= MUT
G REAT BABLiAINS
59 MARKET STREET.
A 3310110T103 OP
50 .PER CENT.
13 IMAGE AND 001.0113.
ALL NEW SHIRTING MUSLIN%
.nomLWe. Per Yard.
N - 15317T GOODS.
A row, ezpnor OP mv cwors °Pram
Ws h►n raoslrad .largo stook of HOUELHLLP•
UM GOODS .►d DOMES 1105, ►nd via coullnue to
rosette Irma Goodi foe 11911115 tlms.
Cloaks and Mantles•
iaw Styles. All Mon.
COUNTRY 112RCEULEIS, baylog for OA, via
&mai to ozwitos oat Streit Goods, out ti knight
NEW FALL GOODS,
J. M. Burchfield's.
NEW ELEGY BILES;
DUCK 711100EID BILES;
PLAID }max ADD OODDRED MEE;
/11111011. 1112111103, color%
D&BATHILAB, • assay*
EL AID CALIBIIZBES;
MIRED sow DE LUWES;
• PLAIN OWL'D LLEAOCIAB;
'Attar anrianto FLAMM&
• • Arai alambeent of
NEW •AND RELVT/FIII. GOODS
Iva( rtaival.:' an lam and namlaa the dock.
ram. DIIILWILE lOW 01111/0
/41174.11 1 A11if m 00.1. -
HO MARA& lITSIV,Alligtm.
ulnas - AND - 41Lifieif4
IJ chola, lot - a runt ITIIIICL;OITaT AHD
BIM? MOM orawasimpinzisanima 011
!k L BILY Biala% nadral by form Oda day.,
IWYON, SLUM a 00.0
sal' No. II rUth Una.
EI.ANTLIBISUINIS VOIR MURIA •
891111. COLLARS AND TIN,
star sou elm euirizantes.
Mobs colon DI Dag nand TBATNIANG HUMS
I AIR 4KTh eau itlfau•D • •Wm
II A hdi isiortawal at imam% stun
EIWNDII.I6SF4 readrid mad TA
SAWN, num*/ IN •
sa29 ' Tio IT Tl.hh dart!
UtIT litalEt elegant lot of
LIAL II ALTZ= MOB 01:11.U.
A blob Impostetkok, tbe amid plUeFite, Prim
nags, tram 80 arias to SO. - '
• iso. rum drat.
10.1074 RUMS= ooms,
feat. end Kaaager
TIILB (1 , 34a7) airi2Erse,
CAPT. LAG CSIDAILZ_____NIt. LOVIIMAY.
DUNE Goss%OBEMB. KAMM&
MIZE DC 81V11115.--VB. IMIPPBMDALI.
0000DA9S— ffiL ellTo2l.
Bt./04MM DS MEM
80NG...... M MUT.
1%. clacks' :do with lb. untiorkrce of
MY 5017, DIANNA,
No. 78 Mitiket !Street.
The attention of Merchants and Seidl Deafen ef
the do and wantry. It espetally !solid le Olt
HZELD-DINSWI AND WS,
And the thcciand and one Wide" fn oar !Inn.
W. Mill a call from an busts. aterar 6 d that with
Our taeremeallotlitlea, se et o gtoe them tonal=
In the qeality pad jetix of ow gatda.
MACIIIIIII & GLYDE,
re MABILIIT BThIIT,
'sal 'Lavoie Fourth west sad Diimasd.
lI°FUZE EMBROIDERY ERRED;
JET, GMT MID BUIL DWI' MEM i
13E19.1i UZLTIBO I
ravislßLl‘ BUD &BD BEIM NIFD3, at ll*
Toptkar vrtlb a gametal asoartscucal of other goods
kept in a Trisatakkg Etats, at
MACRUM & GLYDREI,
to Miser Irlzza.
fISAD AND BUDD TKIMMINGS,
LP TINE BOSTON KNITTING TANN%
cOktre TAXIS um
lIIIDEWS KID GLOM
itAtTON. 11601111111 a OD"
And es whoa, edttattonal mw Pa Weenie
and rtelalty. Wm, • complete vaxottlesot
ropy Book.. bun, Tat, Pairgi, Butter. ago.
Vltittag, Lollar aid Rots Pape, Lbr►lopsti Baja".
Drawing Paper. Vosupcuttluit Blots, ilke.oto.
for tale at 1511121,1..0/3 S.
STBENWA VB PLAN
reactant'. NZEUIT PLIES P
NADAL, •t tbs Woazz'a Itui, Gawks. WEL
oltrWaresated ropoiloa to all otteil to mrs np•
goat. 6an clack of lb* skit, tcurt =WU.
Elohl Unto, for Maid fa Wimp
Pianos at U. arms Ai =Oa.
srld Ira. to snot
pIA NOS! PIANOI3I—
Teat, new Plaza Jett mete.
ed. personeny ute:ted by the Biblical.
bar in the Neat= cities. tram the 0 1 1 1 : 11 4 1 eta
rte of Inahe a Ca, ligature; thanes Ikaa.,Sur
Turk ;sad Ylarah Trans, Alban, IL T. ivory
Plum warranted bee lure . Prim tees WOO up!
trade. alto en elegant martataat et Yana:all
Nt.h.LODIOII3 pat readeed.
eat 0 Intth strut
I'II.IIST STRUM - IiESIDENCIEren
I. 71112111,27 .1121131H0,6cpt.2th. d halt pat
T *Week, viii be sad. to mond Sao a Caularal
Sabo Booms, 04 lifth gaud. tat deshabls Ist d
iGrowl, sweats Ca tbssiorth eta fat amt. bi•
s Fatty mina Dad ltadoubt Alla, haat • •
Boat alit teat on First and and ectandiag aft
an usage doth ot lie Rat.= which is mated ths
Ouse arcs: Brick Dulllog, Ha; ccoashis i tZt
Parlor. about Itsl2 mat.
Dian Parlor . BRIM.
Haab House T Bed Ho Bath Sane Istr u =
Hama on each Axe. oral
Chandelier". Pendant, sad tn. Bala trirm
and Tama In Wash Honor Me* Boot ow or
saga Haus and well lighted calla under p.
wars or Batt.—Ona faith. cash; tahmai bash
two and taro :ears. with lateral, sane tp bake
-and neartgega. • -
sot DAVIS h WaTLIFSTNIL - Atria.
DANK STOOK 'AT AUOT/ONomen
JJ Toms ivaisum 1114 as TX
o'clock. .111 Ds old u tko Cenuaercld Baln zoom.
54 it tla stmt.
60 chars Exams* Doak glottis
so do rlttikw& Inasinaco Co. Inca;
10 do Pooplo's Lmmot 02.1350cU
25 do 131codasturn5 Co.Btock.
60 do Lo IL LOGS
is do Plttibursb Cu Co .
20 d* Gorman sire Innustico Co.'
soi DAM ♦ doores,
QPRING WAGON AT. AIIGT/ON.—
SAMMY lii.CBMISQ, 861.8, aril o'clock.
vllllbe sad in I=l of the itaarcto lima Antics
Boum on• large itai sates no, Spins, Wire% NO.
IV* for s.ellaurg ant hazelni di. ta, _ • .
123 T. A ScOLILLIND. Artir.
pgNsioNs, BOUNTY, BACK PLY.
AZonispat-Zasi god Okras . Ara; ..
No. 114 MTH EMIT, Pittalborik P.
CoLtiatlons Ca UrAviA324
Promates SOLDMW al inn aint
t _BMW MOAT
IRMA Mars abci a 4 1 1010 tq . •
UM and PTECIS/088 fat litliaNsaltent; Orem
okursa, Brethirei sod emtiost ethic yea nipm•
usisttni;of air oda laino died ts, atiminfa h , ge r
ban died Oar dticlosp from dbrw oatuncia
RIM dim - WE and Re Mir v le
sammaid =Caw s atagen
pIiNBIONB, BOUNTY AMOR PAY.
T.21/JIZTHE DAT;. -
Unit Al. 0L616E MIES%
- -Nakkga Filo Et . lnt door bat& 18•00101h4
An AnyarAid nohnsAA mks haft Waft . Wank
loft• a mut sertko. oft =Wild to Pp Emily
and book= AO Bolding lift) boa Swot taro
mr2 .L oarso =Med to th.s3 80u4,..._0de5.
=S-by_ moon or Omsk oft =MI tc ac c
Idows ft Salaam ,irtio u ars- ft
eft unto on oatttled to maim and Ito
paws' of Inir7 delftiOttft,PtallArst•
wad to: NO Mb la soy of -ustu
loom N. tothot.a. , - ftSktrit
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