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THtritpDAY MORNIN4::::MPI. 17,1863
sir omcuaz PAPER or ram 0127.
MASS CONVENTION IN ALLEGH
of Gov. Martha, of Indiana, and
Gov. Curtin--Letter from General
Sigel—Address from the Soldiers
at Camp Copeland—Resolutions
--Memarits of Colonel Roberts,
B. 8. Mathews, Isq , and others.
OA Wednesday afternoon, pareatat to pre
viols annonnownent, there was a grand dem
onstration of the loyal Clams of the county,
held on the_ West Common, Allegheny. Dar
ing the day, there ware evidences of animal
stir and bulls through the streets; strangers
docked into ahe ally.by hundrodu flags were
nnfarladtinwly piens of business were closed,
ant thontaidt citissos turned out in holi
day attire. Tho mooting was Shed for one
o'clock, bait W 33 neatly two when the pro
cession of carriages, containing the distin
guished speakers, ofilsera of the meeting,
- members of the -committees, and othere,
moved from the bionongulcla House, preceded
by an exeeneat braze band. The cortege
paned elotrly along Smithfield, down Fifth,
along Marliet and Bt. Mir, over the Sosoon-
Eton bridge, and thence by way of Federal
and Obi* streets to the West Common, where
imitable - ataiida, bse.disomaly decorated with
fine and bennare, were to readiness Co, m
When the speakers had been conducted to
the main Stand, and order had been restored,
the following Moen Were announced by A.
M. Brown, ER, and elected by ace:lunation
Roo Presktiode—Gen. Wm. Bobinaon, Jr.; Thom, B
Hamilton, Esq.; James Casper, Ea; ; thsl. J. B.
Clark; Hun. J. P. Penney ; B. Y. Jones, Egg.; J. G
Baekellin, Wm. Bag:du. Soma.' Walker. Jaokaoo
Duncan, J. J. 13.41reiGer., Hat. Col Jos. tore. (Bth
Walk) Ahz. Wittig Jobo Y. D.'ilee, J. Shumpaop,
(tleviakby), Thom li`Faclden, Dr. Eartmeyer, Arch.
tbakt Hamilton, Joo. /Clog, Pima, O. B. Neely. Geo.
A. Dairy, Jno. Jno. Porter, Thin. J Steam.
arm, Qua. Is. Goehrlog.Henry P. @thwarts, Dr. Geo.
kl'Clook, Br . John Oralg, Antartrovg co, Anthony
Morals, Thou Bakal's' I, En., Charles
Col. Geo. Gerst.iion. J. L. Gralatii, J B. tis...Ve, h J.
blovingvni. Jobe BeAt, W. E. Direct, Jobs
Grubbs,. Jame* Joshua Rhodos, It fchcbs
Yoeghtly, Bardszoln Canto, Christian gravely, Ed.
nod Walk', (gm. Hartman; John H. &stager, An
thony IPTighis, Wm. Badger, Wm. Gilmore, Dr. Jas.
J J B. O'Halll, Jon. P. Herron, BlcFonl
Thomomo, amb Plankhiton, &sly, William
Briekal. Henry , Am/Utz, and Samuel Nelson.
tkoratarles—D.. O'Nehl, Dr. W. kt. Herron, Capt.,
G. W. Orton. W. W Ward, William eindesson, W.
B. Hartzell, Prank Kelly, N. P. Bawler, Willi..
Natty John A. hlylsr, W. O'if. Sadly. gem. Hulas.
hehti 3 Ool. Theta= M. Payne, E. O. Locke, George
AU. Weeds, on taking the Chair, thanked
the tarp assemblage for the honor conferred
upon him, and took occasion to upress hL
cordial Endorsement of the Administration In
ail its efforts for the eupprreelon of the rebel
lion. Re declared hitazelf emphatically on
the side of the Union, and opposed to treason,
whether developed In the North or South.
John Dsuglas, D. D., yea then Intro
duced, and addressed the Throne of Gnueo,
invoking tho blueing of God upon our State
LiTTIR PROM G. 19. EMU..
Tito following loner was then read from
Mobs eimenilll.l :
A. U. Mows, Yep.,
,Clainnan of Union Commute.
Ptetatimpl.—Dear 81r t CsDb, Ilardttasyer and Gaeg
-hare banded melons feller of u • 124 lnst ,
AM to be present at the Thelma Erecting of Gm
40th.. Although I have already answered a letter of
-Ineltsdkes from year Ocannatcru4 I tea. gm.
mitt of thanking you especially f.sr ihr honor ycn
...I.4taw sup= me by your d legation. Under other
cirmonatituessi 'Meal he glad to ob.y p ur call . „ e ,d
.do my but for the oommo t calm, wh.ch we mato-
Abbe and dal:red—but at this moment I can ore; scud
yon Oi manneat thanks and best wham for mecca.
Very respectful, yours,
s. &mu., fits). G 0.
BPSICH OP GOV. MORTON
Hon. O. P. Morton, Governor of Indiana,
was then introineed, and was halted with en
thusiastic applause. He laid:
Mr. Ares/dime cad Follow Gianni of Pam -
styleasid regret that my health is scab
today that I annunable to speak to you su
•deelred to do. I em jut returning home
• liter an absence of come four weeks. I have
put recovered from a sickness, in Washing
ton and if I did jostles to myself, I should
0415 to say one word to-day. But the deep
intedett I foal is the oleo/lea In Pennsylvania
induess me to come hero to see you, and to
ipsak to you one word at least of encourage.
bent Let me say to you that the importance
Of this election Is not confined to Peanut-
Wards; it is of national importance. If
Pennsylvania should out her vote against the
Union on the stand Tuesday of October, it
Would be equivalent to the lose cf many greet
bola's. It would be an expression in this
hitherto loyal BUM against our government,
Which Would echo from one cad of the Union
to the other, mid, not only that, bat would
cross the ocean and rovotberate throughout
I passed through Pittsburgh some Among°,
I bailers in the month of June. At that
time many of your citizens hod east aside
their ordinary employment, end, with arms
to heads, were preparing to resist the in
vain Thesisfair cities, full of wealth and
giordation, were then threatened by a hostile
Wise, whosirfoota tops pointed the sal of Penn.
yytvienhi. The Invader has been driven out
- log retreat has bean signalled by a most die
apvwpra,a most terrible defeat. And sines
da y :we, that I have - spoken of, the /Hula
arm z i o ." be. bean opened—many battles
hao., been g rind, sad I ant happy here to be
stile to Way to :On today that the retell/on is
almost m u s ty ,Vishad out throughout the
ire " p oo th uot , :( the people shall aced
Tat by the gcrvernm Not for twelve months
to w , u they have in ;be Peat, we thall see
the end of this rebellion—car Colon will be
ratued, and tee gcmentineret and OM people
will Ouse out or We contest 0 4 0 proudest and
the most powerful ' on the face of the earth.
:My friends the few words that I shall
sOsk to you, I ;shall simply etch tit you to
and by your government. That is the im
pactive duty resting on us—ell of us. Cast
aside ail putt' considerations—east aside all
tettlperery, trivial, pannier, and selfish own
ddiusOatte. We are bound es loyal and pa-
Motley - and hottest ma, to eons torward and
bit them ail on the altar of a common coun
try. That man who will to-day permit any
selfish tionSideration—who *III permit soy
pretudioe—who will permit any peroonal
feelings to stand between him and the govern
mast Is not • trite, loyal-man, and a (reop
engeld be placed upon hint forever. [Aries of
'Ththerobla &man in your midst—if there
be men In yoir eity[who are sexton, In this
hoar, to strike down and paralyse the arm of
sogunment,.l will tell them it would be ba
te!! is Stone were hang around their Recto,
and thatthey be east into the middle of the
gen; (App s.] I say to them, that they,
nor Moir children will ever be delivered of
thli damning disgrace of their position. Efark
proplisoy I make. You may think differ
ently fp the passion of the hour. You may
yield all your neighbors an imaginary
eappora—bat In the end, nothing can deliver
you of the disgrace of thoh a position. Bat I
mate not heal to-day to ;peak worde of alarm.
I fiel no dux, my friends. I believe that
the:tide setting which will swap the Cop
per all-over tide incur:. [Applause
hen seen the result of toe elections in
Kentoolg—you have teen the result of the
cleiliOn .04fornia—you have seen the re=
snit' of the election In VerMont, and only day
before yesterday in Maine. And you And
that this tide is roillairwlth bora:wad power
and.volume as it goes from State to State.
And let me tell you that the. Copperheads
were as thelient In Maine, on Monday
morning, as they are now In Pennsylvania.
rAyylanse.j Time was a latent voto width
=hoed in the ballet-bit without' public
ion, in favor of the Union so it will
be if Wallin of Pittebanth and Allegheny,
and:throughent the. whole' of Pennsylvania;
whetillte . „' elation obeli lake place. I tell,
7nui alibi% the. groat heart of the peo
ple right; and ,lat as far as they ethanol-
piltat themselves tam the wiles and efforts of
the 'POUtitiane, lad speak the Union null-
Aosta at tharthearto, no far they-will come
gala do and by in overwhelming majority, I
doubt not, sustain their Governor and the
.1/ Aftwenament Wombat:. [Applause; a vole.,
10 4. 1, Us to speak eta - moment of the
• .P -
Gsrernglint Of the Milted &lOW Beall peZ•
e inuagina theimin thwart the.Adallnis
tuition note' they wish to , defeat =Maid yet
be for their country sad net on-thisside el
the rebellion. That thing may gestation%
perhaps, be ecoomplislied in times of paw
but Wyatt shall sucesed parayslas thr:-
Gomm:oat now, while gtmggling 'hand to
bend and foot to foot with en armed rebel
lion, yen thereby mown the rebellion with
victory, and bring kiln upon the country.
There is no amps from the truth of that
proposition. The President is bitterly
sailed Item the oppoeitlon party. What has
he done that he 'timid be mulled ? I ask if 1
there is a man fn the State of Pennsylvania
who ran stand up before his country and gay
he deer not believe Abraham Lincoln is not
an honest man, a true patriot and man who
loves his count ry ? ["Not a man."] All men
most confess whether he be mistaken in-pol
icy or not.
. [got. Morton then spoke in praise of See
rotaries Seward, Stanton and Chase, and their
Let me appeal to you, my friends, in cancan
ston, to come forward to the election and out
your ballot in favor of the Union ticket. Lot
me appeal in behalf cfl onr present Goieraor
—Governor Curtin. uhe not performed
his duty ably and faithfully t [" Yes, that's
so."] It Is so said with ns—that is the rumor
out West—that he has made an able and
faithful Governor. Why sheuld he not be re
canted ? [" BA will."] Why should you 'Led
that man who as, sought to dishonor the
arms of your country? that man who has do
elared offleially that because a man enters the
terabit of the United States—who stakes his
life in defence of the country—b. thereby
forfeits the right of ruffrage, and any right in
the management Of our affairs I [" Never."]
I eat, are you prepared to elevate that man
to the Eaecative °Moe of this State? I bo
,liere you not. My (donde, you would
not dishonor the gallant army by nub en sot.
I OLE sorer speak of that gallant army with.
out emotion—an army ever meritorious.—
Never was there an army so tenderly loved as
that army,;and:never was one en deserving.
I ask, in eructation, when you some to vote,
that you will stand fast by those men who
have ever stood fast by tho army. I have no
doubt about the election in Pennsylvania or
Ohio. I believe that you will crash out this
Copperhead party by an overwhelming roofer
ley. [That we will ] I believe the mime
thing will be done in Ohio. I believe the
Copperhead party is making its last struggle.
That in 1864, whoa we °omit to make as else.
don of President of the United States ' we
will not have that party to contend with, as
we have to-day. If it dull be defeated in all
these great States—New York, Benitsylvania
and Ohio, se it has in those where the election
has taken place, it will be the end of it for
ever. We cannot tamper with allegiance in
an hour like this.
Let mit speak ono word to you from the
West.. I mime from Indiana. [ Three °beers
I thank you fathoms cheers for my gallant
State; she is entitled to them. [Thal ohs Is ]
:the has done has duty in thieve!. She who
stand side by has
with Pennsylvania and
with all the other loyal Staters. I believe that
if- the election etas to take place in Indiana to
morrow, we oould overwhelm the Copperheads
by twenty-five or thirty thousand majority.
And you know we have difficulties to contend
with there that you have not hero. We have
had a majority to contend with there. But
there has been a great reaction in the public
mind—with the thinking men of the Demo.;
cootie party.. The calm thinking, eountry.
loving men of that party, geeing and knowing
their. duty, have sacrificed party feeling and
now stand by the country under ail dream
My friends, I ask that you east all pallid:
considerations aside and come up to the
election with a single resolve that you will
support your country. To do this, you must
support the men who publicly pledge them
selves to stand by the Government—to stand
by the army and the vigorous proesudon of
the war, and the final suppression c of the re
hellion. [Three ohms]
SPENCE OP 00V. MMUS
[GOY. Garde came forward, greeted-with ,
three hearty cheers ] He said :
Fallom•Oafiern,r L remember well the time
I stood In the presence of a multitude of peo
ple in this place—it 'was in July, 1882. Our
army had reared disaster; it was the-darkest
hour in the history of our country. And my
• visit to Allegheny county then was to ask the
amulet:le people living here in the valley et
the Ohio to stand by their country. I remem
ber well that on that occasion eloquent speech•
es were made, full of pyrione fire. And I
remember equally well that the proceedings
of that day wane hailed with appeals to God.
I asked for soldiers then, fellow-citizene and
soldiers came by the thousands, Soldlersirom
Allegheny county who've's' at Bull Run and
Antietam; thousands that have bitten the
duet fn Virginia; • thousands who still stand In
the ranks of the army feet by Constitutional
authority. I remember equally welt that
three years ago I had the honor to 'peak here
on this plan. I was thane condidate, solid
ifies votes 'for an °Moe which the generous
people were pleased to confer upon me. I
was anxious then, my friends, to be elected.
I had an ambition to be Severna:a this great
Siam. That ambition has been fully grati
fied. I have gives to my once all that I had
la my heart or in my head. I hero suffered
much,sey fellow-eitlearne.in health. and them
mature appearance of grey hairs on my head,
admonish me to lay aside any attempt for the
dangerous heights of ambition.
I am anions to be elected now, for other,
higher reasons . Neither the di/Vl:welshed
gentleman plated In nomination by the Dem
ocratic party nor myself have any special
claims to this high tom. I trait there are
hundred, of men this day as welt qualified
and of grittier merit. He and I will soon,die
and the little record we make will die wit Ens
-["Never."] Bat the paragraph In history
which George W. Woodward or myself may
mete, as Governor, must never die. ["Nev
er.',] No I lam ambitions to be elected be
cause I stand by the right—the truth. ["yon
de."] Whatever Infirmities I may have, my
fellow.eitizins—and I am mortal, I know I
have them—Lhare ore virtue at tout lam
for my country and my Government. [Are.
plaule ] I am for my Government, and I
cannot understand, neither do I favor, but I
look with noutterable contempt upon that
loyalty whloh.separates itself from a constant
land active support of the President—the viz
i able bead of our Government. [Applause.]
I cannot understand the prinelples of the
men, who, in the hour of Its peril—when
bleeding at every pore—when thousands of
oar people have taken arms and gone forth in
defense of the country—when they stand
to defend no, afar off on the battle-Said—aye,
when the good man lams for the , Golding"
safety and success—when at the family altar
in the morning and eveningallover oar beau
tiful State, se up to God, prayers for the Its-
Wiry of the Government and - MfOty and Me
ans of our soldiers, I cannot understand that
loyalty which would be faithful to the Gov
ernment and unfaithful to the President and
..I have read the mitten Constitatien of my
country; and I read there that for the time, the
President of the United States is commander
in chief of the army and navy; that ours is a
national Government, containing within it all
the powers of a great and Independent na
tionality, and that the first power of nation.
silty le to repel invasion and suppress domes
tic tnrseotion. And for Out purpose, the
kresideat has power to soled patriotic, hon.
eat men. Trip hundred thousand Psausylva
-10/11111 have 'Born arms for Its protection.
[Three cheers.] The dah free blood of Penn
aylvanis has been shed and poured deep into
the rebel eon of every State in rebellion.
The bones of thousands of our people Iv in
the ground. And let all Pimnrslyaniane,
with one united voles, wear by that red off.
anent, that we will stand by our Government,
and that the bodies of our people thall not
rest In a foreign soil. [Aopleare]
My friend;, Ina neighboring State they
hive placed in nomination as candidate for
Governor, a member of Content mho boasts
that during his entire Congressional Win, he
never voted for one dollar of enpplles for the
gamy. ["Away with him."] My triads,
the platform upon which Geo- W. Woodward
stands endorses Mr. Vallandigham. ["Cop.
pert Md." Hines.] I understand thatin some
parts of Penneylninia tree people, at a public)
mooting, called for cheers for Vellandlgham.
Now, my friends, I have nothiegto say of his
arrest—Lhavenothlng to say of his eharacter
—I have nothing to say of the reasons which
led to his arrest; let it all pass by. Bat in
Pennsylvania; with her people in the field, I
cannot understand the insanity of bold men
who exert themselves to throw obstacles in the
wayof the Government. My friends, whether
debt or wrong we armed our people and call
ed them -to the moue of the Government.
They mint. And I tell you that &omen who
beasts that la his, ofielal capacity ho never
voted one dollar of supplies to those gallant
men, Cannot be right, [ann.] And I
pity Mau I - rily from the bottom of MP
heart, the men M Pennsylvania who will. u
mitrentanifassimppiles to the edam
of the Republic,. • Volici do 1.1 .
Novr,'Ay hissaitbrialiter field
inatiot rote. mos umigiVAsulaog
BEADISO, Sept. 15, 1863
ppoothe autho?ity settled la a initial.
boa lr =on—vii must bdw Ip the decrees of
power. A Democratic judge in Northern
Peruseybania decided on a question before
MM, that the Pennsylvania °Maims in the
field, bearing arms, retained the right of oaf
fnige. The soldiers voted in 1814. They
-voted in Mexico, in the war with that nation,
end theirvote was taken to thorn:Trams Court,
and to the surprise of all lawyers—to the '
mortifteatiod of all true people, the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania decided that under our
Constitution the citisera of Pennsylvania bear
leg arms bad no right to vote. [. lie Wes a
Copperhead judge." " Let us have Agnew
to reverse in"] Two of the judges who made
that decision are now before the people for
Now, my fellow eltisins, it is said in eome
public journals that In connection with
my friends, I desire to bring the soldier,
home—and they eldest to that. Now I have
no commitment. I would bring every Penn
sylvania man bear-lag arms for his country—
openly,in the light of day, to vete at the fall
election. And I will do alt I can to get them
home. [Applaute; cheers.] I touched the
right chord in the human newt They can
get the vote of the eoldier If they can, for the
soldier will vote for whom he plums.
I hope, as Leo has retreated, that a large
part of the Army of the Potomac can be
spared; and I think, mime, that a fair mat •
toting of the blouse and bottom from Penn
sylvania may have the happy effect of keep
ing the pesos at the polls. [Three cheers.]
[The Governor was here called by the ;ma
ple to get on a table; but no table being at
hand, he got upon a chair to speak.]
Now, my friends, there are three ways ;of
settling this bloody war. Pine, by compro
mise ["never, never, never."] Bat the Pres
ident of the United States has declared, In a
recent letter, and no men will doubt his truth,
that no terms of compromise has been (dared
by ,the rebel State,. Will you surrender?
["Never will."] My friends, will you give
back Tennessee and Kentucky ? ("Never.")
Will you surrender ielississippi ? West Vir
ginia? ["never') or Louisiana? ["Never."]
Missouri ? ["never,"] Maryland ? ["never,"]
Arkansas? ["never.') the promotion or
Tease ' will you surroarier now when the end
of that nest of vipers, the city of Charleston
is so near? ["Never."] Will we yield this
groat highway of trade, by way of the
elseippi; the golden gate to you people of Al
legheny ? Will we surrender the blood at
Island No. 10, Port Donelsen, Vicksburg
and Port Hudson [•' Never."] Will we
surrender the achievements of our armies in
Tennessee, with Chattanooga and Cumberland
Gap to our hands? ["Never.") No, my
Now, my fellow citlemm, what next. What
Is loft for us ? We cannot compromise—we
cannot divide t What is left? Conquer by
farce of arms. Wage war, my fellow citizens,
while there is a dollar -and a drop of blood
left. Wage it for your whole country. We
have shed much blood. Lot me be oonsistent.
There Is nothing that can obstruct our gov
ernment Its course is upward and onward.
If slavery stand in the way it must fall
beneath the majesty of the government,
[Applanee.] And as the Made have pleaded
to let up slavery as bigger than oar gosera
meet, the armies of a free people will crash
it out The war Is all their own making, my
friends. They made it themselves. They
ware the ones to bring on all this trouble—
this bloody war. They assailed the national'
life of this great people But this groat peo
with prayers to God, have declared that
our government 'hall not. fall. ("Never.")
My friends, I cannot speak longer Lore ( Go on.") I would like to speak
longer If I could. I speak mach, my friends,
and will speak more. I intend to give the
gentleman in nomination against me, for the
sake of the truth and the right, an active end
vigorous contest. [" That's right.") I will
strike him is the nay and night. i teat a
gentlemen of high character and unit:thew:h.
able integrity la 1960, and I will treat Geo.
W. Woodward in the same wily. I would not
succeed by defaming him. But in his prin
, ethics or my principles rest the great issue—
the life or death of a tree government Itself.
I tremble, my friends when I reflect upon
the responsibility resting upon me. For my
self, the office has no charms, bat for my
country, I deaire to be elected; and my fellow
dramas of Allegheny county here, it you
please, I will ba. [Applause.] We are all of
One mind. [Renewed applause
My friends, I do not endentand that species
of loyalty which, while thousands of our
people are now lying before the enemy, would
strike at the National Government in it: at
tempt to fill the diminished ranks of ow
army. I am In favor of every law which the
Government must have to get men until the
gallant Army of - the Potomac is strong enough
to strike again. My friend, think of that
army. Read its history. What has it not
done for you? Look at these veterans here
Think of the battles they have been engaged
in. Think of the carnage and blood they
have been through. Think of that diminish
ed army and ask yourself whether you will
not give more men to that army.
My friends, I am In favor of this war as
there is no other way of restoring a speedy
peace. Then, use all the means God has given
us to suppress this wicked and causeless re
Why, my friends, you motored onto in West
ern Penn:Jimmie. The people of Pennsylvania
long ago, when Washington was at the head
of the nation, from some imaginary or real
Injury, took it Into their heads that the laws
of Congress should not be executed. It was
a rebellion in Western Pennsylvania on the
,great stank of whisky. [laughter ] It was
Lhen, my friends ingeniously demared by
Gen. tha t President bad not pow-
I sr to oat (or the militia, exoept the militia of
Pennsylvania. Gen. Washington said to Can.
Mifflin, "Very well, sir, if you can suppress
insurrection, do IL" lie did not do it, and
General Washington called for militia from
Pennsylvania and Maryland .and then
marched hie army to Wilde. There
a commission met him to treat. Wash
log ton said, "I have nobody to treat
with. The destination of my army is Bed
ford. I will there retake an unconditional
surrender of the people." So the people had
to submit to the law bet:ease they wen com
Now, my friends, we are loyal, and I would
have all these people of Penneylunla loyal
std tree to Abraham Lincoln. Let u sap
press this insurrostion and compel the obe
dience of those in rebellion. Let us go on
with this war, and, my fellow °Bisons, the
misguided, deluded people return to their
allegiance and fidelity, until the leaders of
the rebellion have suffered their just punish
ment from the sword and the halter.: Then
oar great dovernment will be restored—then
we will have a permanent-and fast peace—then
this, the freest nation In the world, will be
Now, I notice the preset= of many ladles.
I cannot refrain from saying one word to
them. While the hearts of MA have faltered,
the women of Pennsylvania have been true
in their loyalty. ('•Thst'e me."[ I know
more than you can, fellow citizens. I have
seem more of their benevolence. 1 have seen
more of their good works that they have done
In the army. I know how they have bound
up wounds. I know how they have sat
praying—how they spoke words of Christian
consolation into the ear of the dying hero.
-SA bless the women of Pennsylvania.
("Amen.") My friends, ist u imitate their
We should all be if one mind. Aye, should
the gentleman opposes to me be in fa
vor of prosecuting the war, then It makes no
difference who is elected—soon another takes
his plate. But with our party It is not so.
The Issue Is forced upon us. Let as meet it
like men, and take courage-from tho rowans,'
and fidelity of woman. Let tui stand by thu
flag—the Stars and Eltrioes—the emblem of
potter and liberty throughout the world. Let
us stand by our netionality. Let as protect
and defend theresident. More than this, let
us 211 the ranks of the army, anqgo on until
it is proclaimed throughout the world that
this great American people have settled a gov
ernment for al time to come. Then we min
lay down our arms in safety.
lem obliged for the patient hearing. 1
thank yon for It. Whether I hare said any.
thing to instruotion, I desired to say noth
ing to offend. Whether It be your wish to'
vote for George W. Woodward—settle It in
your own ooneciences. I will be satisfied with
your verdict, if It be that the Union.leving
people of Penneylvania elect to their highest
tribunal one whose loyalty is not questioned.
Whaarrer may be the, runit—whosver may
be your Governor, whether! shall be elected
during the remainder of my present
term shall sand by the Government and
all the power
e power of the Easoutint otiose shill' to
given to sustain the President in the prosecu
tion of the war. I Wore It is soon to dole.
New, with the best underabinding that every
man--Zysrl_Arnerieatt eitisen shall do as he
pleases; / hid3on fuewelL Phoning.]
- ADDIMaI Cr WM animus.
Capt. J. T. Glamor than road the following
adroit from the dawn at Camp Copeland:
At a of the °Mart pow etatlarted at Camp
COPIMM4, fa views to Magma to the
baiting 1.1 coming shall= In their Wire State
would nts upon the ent NatiOttal V at, trou en
nation G. Schstelter, O b jet regiment. P. ea
appointed Pendant; ea. McDonald, Captain w e n
tegiment Pealaylvanis Heeerves. Vice Prnsident,
and A.. 7. Haulm% Adjutant 76th rerginant, P.
Army South Ca.lina, and J. G. Atchason, Lieuten
ant &Sib ligiment, P. V. A. S. (1, Eiecretaties.
On usctiott, the folloadog named officers ware op
pointed acrunittee to Craw up an addame extra a
see of the • ese of the meeting which, upon being
submitted, coca unanimoas'y adopted, and algae! by
Jason T. IGleboer, Captain 140th regiment, Army
J. 'Baird, Captain 76th regiment, Army of
J. Harry Woodward, Captain 95th regiment, Army
E. D. Ellwood, Conchs 78th regtm.t, Army of
harlot T. Gruner, Caplete obi nigh:taut, Army
Jame. T. Pride, Captain HU Terutsylvaola cavalry,
Arm• rf Potomac.
John Snolgram, Lieutenant 139th regiment, Army
Addrrn to the Pftrems of Pemerybends—Wo the un
deregined commiseiorned ofileere of Peruseylvania re
gimenta detailed to the WiseteroDepaetrunt of p, en.
eylvania to forward draf:ed men to eat reeo.tlvo
regimen., feeling the deepeet Interest to all that on.
Wee to a rigorous pro«co doe of the war for theatre.
prestion of thin ouboly reb•Illon, tolatitous that this,
iota tiet se State, ehould rodutatio her honor and rin-
Wale to the world, by the roeult of the at preaching
her undying attachment and
devotion to the countr y, and the country's friends
representing the feeling, of the tiddlers of our ris
victim commatels, ate far We MS able to know
them, desire In this manner to ley before the public,
on behalf of our fellowaoldiers, ear opinionv, with.
out reran/nee to party, to repaid to the trout intim
of the day, and to contribute our mite, disfratchteed
as we aro, by a tribunal which has but little sympa
thy 53r to., and see Gar much to,, for the country.
Wo boll that the paramount duty cf eve., man In
to stand by the integrity of the Government, to enge
port both the State nod Gei Oral Admintstration to
their every etrort to ctn h out hl wicked rebellion
—not only by their taleots Led means, Int, If need
la. In offering their lime tug ~mite, on the altar of
their .antry's ealvatten, tailoring that this t• the
only grey that.. honorable ant perotaximt pates
an be aecureL There can Its co compromise with
troason, which we old not only he adisgrace to the
memory Cr the heroic deal, who base fallen in de.
fence of their country's lorogrify. but • !enrol.
Bharat, to Cato who have left the comfort' of home
and are now In the Bold to vindicate the hooor and
Integrity of the Governmant and restore taw end
rightful authority to lb. =ate). Compromise Is a
word that belongs only to the dialect cf sneaking,
cowardly traitors of the North, whcr bare not the
manliness to clothe thorned.. in the uniform of
thole friends and otrike far the teeter eller Davis,
when they properly belcmg, but prefer iterate' at
tho crtiners of anent crying, "Unconstitutional,
toconetltutionsl" at every act and slim: that the
Adminlitratlon puts ibrth for the soppresolon of this
rote lien; they con see nothing lint a broksu,
sautel Colustitation, and everything that ft done t
the President, Compete or our •rmlea to the fell is
the enbJect of constant, unfrian fly critlehm, arid not
one word condemnatory agahat the men who b-ought
tilt trouble upon co; not • whisper offslast Jeffers, n
Diets or hie Conte/sr-so.. Fat web men, no ma to
what may be their rank or condtion in society, or
to what party they may belong, no matter abet they
protests, sees ore anemia to their country, w traitors"
—they - ettored hey* no nigh • that white men should
respect," except the right to die.
The lint of demarcation between the loyal sad
loyal is very distinct. There I. no hall way g aced.
tle Oho la goad faito Oriels,
talks, and acts to aup
pot the admittletration th eir effarts to destroy this
rebellion, Le pursuits; the only conme that will lead
toe epeely, non.nb o and lasting pesos, the soidierie
Head Tu tee who murmur and comelatn—fsalt-
Enders, ran ass no so.id but oil evil; Dui, count•
only tends to ionf,then and prate.' the war and
bring about a (Deb i ts, abort lived and dishonorable
ponce, the soldier's ramp.
Citiana r You ehould all stand united like
men to a good cause; ton tore ord./ and pearo-to
oar anrintry, Ic Cle only way that poicl" lean he per
ntratent, by forcing every rebel cad traitor to throw
dawn their:arras and acknowledge too authority of
the government. When you think, too should telnk
of this kind of a poor; whet you pray, you should
Pray for It; when you tall, you should talk for It; but
above all, whoa you vote, bs careful that you rote for
0, and prove that you are the .01410,'. ant your
country's friend. Anwar. 0. Ceara, - who has dons
.o lunch to save the peen:moot from effsgrace, and
whoss devotion to his conotry, and his care for the
soldier, from Pernmyleania, whetho r they be in estop
or in hospital, etch or well, dead or alive, Is second
to that of no living moo and hateccured fbrdilm the
respect and a.mirattoo of the eoldiere from tin
State. He who sates to. Andrew G. Cantu Improrts
unottentioned loyalty, end supports the devout
friend of Ida son or brother, if he ehculd hive such
In the army. Se will cote for • man who has proven
hintro.f eqvid to the time .be., and willing to dial
the death-blow egaltut treason and traitor., whether
they be found in /ho touted fields of the t oath, Sr
skulking through the gruo in the North.
W. hope that every to. that loves hie country—
who lona a spout, and perman ant patine—who would
rejoice to eee the roldlcre niturateg to their home.
cod tom lies to orjoy the comforts .1 pea and dvd
life, while the one Mari" tits may peat to every city,
town, and rubes, and the authority of the seven,
moot be retatablished throughout the length and
breadth of the united Staten will vote for Aanury
Q. t. rata, which will Inspire the !soldiery equal to
en wartranos of vinery. But defeat him and It wit
do more ta demons Ice and detteartoa the ,oldie •
end more particularly to three from this State—than
be f•di ■ de 'ate by th. enemy. The toren way
to destroy en army It s rear attack—;nut mat ac 000
as le now b log uncle by own who tre swayed more
by partr, ;ban by love of nous.. Susiy g
Iffelor 71'h P. V , P ra tt
C. ItioDantel,Cep sin 10. Pa. Berne Corp', V.P.
J. Harsher, Adjutant 78th P. V.
J Id. Atobsson, Lleotensat 85th Pv. 00 1 e.
John Bal.l. Cap'a'o 76th rare, P. V.
J. Derry Woodward, a sore n 105th P. V.
It D. Elwood, U.ptsin 78th P. V.
thee. T. Greeley, captain toot P. V.
John tnolgrast, Likut nett iB9th P. V.
Jame. T. lies 1.. Captain 4th Penney' mole cavalry.
Morris, (Mood Dues V.
mm Blakely, aleut. Colonel, 1411 Pa. ecralry.
Jason T Glisouer, ()Agitates 140th P. V.
John T. Debi& (blown 76th P. 9.
J. Horsey Woodwlrd, Captain 105th P. V.
h. D. Ellwood, , opsetti 78th P. V.
Ciao. e. Gnaw, t aptalts Clat P. V.
Julius T. P.te , Captain 4th Penn's cavalry.
George Weaver, Captain itch IL U.
A. Howard Hirer, Lienterusot tad P. V.
eamesl Fernier, I lentenant Rai P. V
Thom,. W. Dore, Lieut..' 834 P. V,
A. P. Hazlet° a. Lleutocant nth B. 0.
Di W. Beim, Lieutenant tool P. V.
P. P. White. Licuranant and Aide do Camp.
A. 0. Harper, Lientanant Ittlit a. 0,
D. Dry Llsetionent lord P. V.
G. W. nukes la:tenant 103 d P. V.
Jcho Btod , Lieute.nt 3,1, It. O.
era T. Power, Llenteoant UrCitet P V.
FamnM Sdgore captain 155th P. V.
11'. W. Irwin, 9th hezervol:Ogit.
Wm S frcOnstn, Lieuten.t 101 et P. V.
Delft Farrall, Lieutenant, 10th Smarms Corp..
A. H. Mitchell, Lieutenant, 105th P. V.
Wet. Eimplo, Lieutenant, 105th P. y. •
W. J. Glens', Ceptato, filet P. V.
Caps. W. Oa BUM, r`aptain, 9tb lb.,crte Corp ,.
Wm. Strratun, t ap . .ajn, 110th P. V.
J.. 00 Per dy, Lieutenant, torte I' V.
Wm. Fielding, Captain, 101 P V.
Anierson, Lieu:emus t. llth 11. C.
H. U. DARIKM, Captain, Bth B. C.
(Ito W.. Dem, Adjutant, 61s: P. V.
A. P nalfrldgo, Captain, 40th P. 0,
J o Cara, Captain, tech P. V.
J. U. Pool, Lieut.aut, 4th Pa Graf p.
J. W. Palittpt, Captain. 11th Pa ...:aralry.
Martin McCann% Captain, 7Eth P. V.
J. 51. Mosey, t1.pte10,14.11 Y. V.
Halt J. Deets, Llintentlnt, 46th P. V.
William Phillip., Lleatepaat,ll2o P. V.
J. C. e ample, Lieutenent, le9th P. V.
D. W. Shield., Lleutonertt.B.sth P. V.
R. Sellers, Lboubsoent, If th Ps. Cavalry.
J. W. Browo, lu:etc:twat. alai I'. V.
Joseph Mullein,, Lieutenant. 4th Pa. Cavalry.
Capt. Giebncr followed the reading of this
oddness by a very vigorous and patristic
peewit, which wei roll received end loudly
8. F. von Bonnhorst, Req., Chairmen of
the Committee on Resolution', then submit
ted the following report, which was tlidani- -
Wuxi'las, In the pneent alarming oriele r f our
Nationsi affair*, there are, and can be but two per.
ties in the country, the loy.l and disloyal ; and,
Wnsexas, the numeea of the loyal Union wen la the
earning election In Pennsylvania will be hailed with
patriotic delight by our breve brethren In the held_
greatlyetrongtbes the Yederal arm end everywhere
encourage the blends of liberty and th Onion to
new and more hotedul efforts; I herefore,
Rewired, That to this a. att.' it is the Column duiy
of every patriot Miring at heart the welfare of our
Seinen o.antry, to cant his vote f.r these moo only
who stand pledged to all nefaliering rapport of 'the
National Government, and who ore recognise t ae the
opponents of tretwou and traitors., whether Nor.h or
Booth—demattlo or foreign.
10.4.4 That In Aut,rea G. Curtin we rerogaise
the faithlui Executive,, who hat nobly stood by the
nom of Lb. Paton, and who, by his patriotic zed,
has attained for Pommy !Tanis In the great *Ong fie
In which we sre angered n fast pre-eminence over
her sister Commanwootbepa_d we, the Union-loving
people, reEl lee to it that helm trlrmph•atly rt.-elect
ed to October next.
Baolsod, That In the ideal n of the lion. Dude!
pow, the ab's Jurt.t, the tree patriot, and the 10.
corruptible-fad^ to the Supreme Bench of the state,
• stinging rebate will be adminiatered to those whu
have aisfranciderd the whiles, In the field, and who
that seek to proettitme the very temple of Justice to
Liss basest pitmans of party.
Besohad, That we barn nathaleu conlidnoce to
the Administration of e Lanham Lincoln, and that
we this day renew our rows to stand by biro in aq
his efforts to crash out this most wicked totaLiou,
and to restore the unity of tits States.
Limbed, That we en not to heontdcns petrioct-
Jo &Tato% to the National canoe, Ly our
r el Keetulte, Delaware, Vermont and Maine, and
we now proclaim with every e>ntldcooe that Penn
eyirania found in she coming election on the
eldo of liberty and the that...
Were delivered by Dol. R. Biddle Roberts, (in
old and well known Democrat of this eitzo R.
B. Matthews, Esq., of Baltimore, and Gen.
Orth, of Indiana. We regret that the large
space occupied by the speech., of Gov. Mor
ton and Gov. Carlin, prevents ns from giving
even • synopsis of these addrosses t which
were at once eloquent, patriotic and ant!.
ITN 01:1611AN IitTLID
While the proosedings above reported-were
In programa large concourse of Germarrolti
seas ware being entertained on another part
of the common, at a ,land erected for their
The mewling organised by the appeinknant
of the following aloes:
- p rig u i se r -Ansast. Ammo, !s q.; Via
Pviddatao.atbal plbulll4,!i Philip los&
August Miller sad Capt. Faith ; fiemstaries
—Gage Magda: old Clain - Smatter.
;Uhl, Chairmaa bristly thanked the andlozco
for the boner conferred,and reads Garman
translation of Gam. Jctt:r, which wo
publi,h .•r , •
• J. J. Slebosock, Esq , was then introdnead
and spcko for Dore elan half an hour. H.s
addrass was saoi/ received, and he was fre
quently interrupted by laughter and ap,
He was fo:lowed by the Rte. Harman
Rafael, of Birmingham, and H. P. Mueller.
Big., of thle city, both of wham made ex
While Air. waa yet spealang,.Gor.
Curtin, who had left the main stand, was con
ducted to the platform, and was hailed with
uproarious applause by his German fellow
citizen. He made a neat address to them, at
the conolusion of which he was honored pith
three cheers, and retired to his carriage.
STAND NI I / 1 60/2 THIIIII.
There being hundreds of perrons who could
not approach noes enough to the main etand
to hear distinatly, a third otmatt w..e impro
vised by the Committee of Arrangements, in
order to entertain them. Capt. Batchelor ob
tained permission of the " Vigilant bos " to
use their wegoo, and without going th y rotgb
the formality of en organization, Thomas hi.
Marshall, E:q., took the load In an able and
effective speech. He was followed by Thos.
Howard, Elq , In a happy and humorous ad. I
dress. Able sad patricAa speeches were also
delivered Thomas T. Bighem and H. Brady
B:qa., hut we have already occupied
so much /pact with our report that we cannot
give even a synopsis of them.
When Gov. Curtin I, ft the German stand,
he was eassrted by several gentlemen of the
Committee of Arrangements, in company with
other distinguished et gars, to the residence
of Hen. James L. Graham, where a short time
was spent to very agreeable conversation.
While bore, a humorous gentleman, a resident
of Harrisburg, was ended upon to singe song,
composed by himself, also arranged to suit
that quaint and I...liorous air, "Viilikens and
Dinah." The Bong was Bung in eharacteristio
style, and was most heated} , applauded, sev
eral of the more enthusiastic and musical
gentlemen joining in the chorus, "RI to rat
/ai la eel," eta. The Governor and his com
pany then took their oarrisges and drove to
ties Monongahela Hours.
TheYreetlneolosed et five o'cloek, and the
vent assemblage bcriT 61010 y to diet' arse. It
woe one of the molt orderly, eo well ae one of
the forret poll tie4l gathering; ever.nesombled
in this connty. The number of ladles in at
tendance was very large, and hundreds of re
bloke were stationed on the ground, and
around the onteklzts of the meeting. Tho
whole number of people present Could not
have been lose than twelve thousand.
A NIGHT MEErING
Between seven and eight o'clock, n large
nmemblage convened in front of the Monon
gahela llousa, and was presided over by
Thomas M. Marshall, Big.
Able and patriotic speeches were delivered
by Gen. Ortb, of Indiana, It. 6. Mathews,
Eeq , of Baltimore, Col. B. Biddle Roberts,
Capt. J. T. Giebner, of Mercer, and others.
Gov. Catlin war loudly called for, and was
introduced to the audience, but declined to
make a rpeesh, being very much exausted.
Ile was loudly applauded, and retired wLjle
three hearty cheers were being given.
This meeting was unusually largo—the
entire square betiveen the wharf and First
street boteg densely packed with people.
The balcony of the Monongahela Hon.*,
which was occupied by the speakers, we.
handsomely Illuminated by jets of gas, form
ing the woad orator. on either aide of which
war a large lettar U, similarl y illuminated—
the whole presenting a very neat and militant
appearance, and reflecting great credit upon
the proprietor, Mr. Crozsal.
The meeting dispersed at a late hour, and
the people retired to their home:.
The approximate earnings of the Pitts
harsh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway
Company, daring the month of Actgut
compared with the *lmo period of last year,
were as follows :
Tram! 18M. I 75;,1
Frt.4ool —.. 8949,0582 tita,46s
Passeagers.... 1..10,107 971 93,06 EH
Exp. matter.. 3,34 a 75 2,900 00
Malls 7,827, 00 7,825 00
Meat Railway 7,0a.1 33 7,093 33
11115 , 11maxna 08119 797 67
hail to 30 3,207,09 G 6 2 . .411,257 14
Inexact. for Aug., 40 per cent.; Incr4
31, 4531 per cent.
[TT ReTVIICID Paoli TOM E•131 . .--The 1212-
delliVed would mos respectfully call the at
tention of their friends.and the public in Gen
eral, to their Hal: sad Winter nook of Goods.
Thu annalist of all the very latest styles of
Cloths, Ossimeres end Vatting:, .English Es
kimo Beavers, Tzloo and Mot Cloth and Over
coatings. Also, s large if:comment of French
Chlrohila OverooaLings of the very Ilnest
quality, all of which it re'soted from the latest
importations, and will be made In the moot
fashionable manner, and at s price lower than
any other merchant tailoring establishment
in the city. Give no an early call.
&Lunn. GELLEI4.III: CO ,
Merchant Tail's, N o. 54 Market et.
Sanest Gsaniu, • Quo MCCANDLI3B.
WRAPPING PA.PRR 81/LL DISTROYHD.—Tbs
wrapping paper mill, belonging to &Toasts. S.
B. fi C. P. Markle, •t West Dlerton, was en
tirely °ensnared by fire on TrlttNißy morning.
We aro informed the& the mill w... pertially
Monied. Wo are requested to state that this
aoeident will net Interfere with the supply of
printing paper to their trainmen, comment
—the printing paper mill being an entirely
rf121.1 . 111 —Hither Miss Basun Detail or the
Colleen Dawn, or both, aro drawing flay at
the theatre. The house lost night was one of
the finest of the season. In consequenoe of
the loot, the play will be repeated again to
night, being the last repr , sentation, most
positively; as also the last sight bet two of
TIMM WAIITZD,-St* advertisement o
the Central Board of Blacation, published In
Sr. SATHAIIIIMI, CANADA., Sept. 16 —Four
gates of look 23, of tho Wallanci canal was
carried away to-day by a propellor. Naviga
tion is interropted fora qamber of day&
Markets by Telegraph.
Iran , YouL, Sept. 16—noon.—flour to Lir demand
tett rat i k ; ta r .7814 'the' $5 58x8
hi t'U l lib.Utte o r:
Chicago Spring 98c@al 16. klikraukee Club $1 1801
23. Lora r,celpo, 207,721; the market le In. active,
wad le high!, at 79376 c. (Mt+ gelid and very arm
at d. 5 75c Pork stead/. Lard firmer at 104,1t;lie.
r toots are batter; Money quiet at 7; RterUng
charge quiet; God 2% Erne 107,q; Y 133; US
Gs 81; ILatUng 172; Loupe= lad.
PHILA DIMPIIIA, Supt. 16 .Flocir dull; sale• of MOO
bbls. \Moat dud; bale of 4000 budt um red at II
29,41 3J, and old at $1 EL Corn Is dull at 83r Mc
Pstrolausa and Crudo at 35338, aud &nun', at 6701
affs. Coif., adsmced lesl;sc. IVlrsty 1s steno/at
BALVIIIDIX, Eept 16.—T1our quiet at $5 G.W
for Ohio oaten el'hsat Juliet $1 6141 GO for lab It .
Clore rum at 850)8ffe for val . ,. Welsh . ? le candy
151%1, Coffee firm at 2.3030Xc.
AMMITS3—LINIISIIT,On the 114 k. Inttsat,
the rasidettos of the bride's father, by the Res. J
We!tley, Mr. JEMIM ANDRUS sod Miss 2L12.!
BSTEI LIN MAMT, bona of tblt county.
KELLEY—On Tnesdey, the 161 h instant, at 73.1
at els reiodence, West, Manton, TllWitedi
In the Zith year of his age.
His hurs' 'rill take plant on 111131taDIX /donut%
gent. 17th, from the Cionnallssills Itallniad Station,
nose atriet. I . l4stiargli, at NB a. nt., to paneled to
Mount Rahn Omitting. ihlligheog. Carriages will
have hedgers Livery Stable., Chto street, A Ileihe•
pi, at 843 a. to. The friends of the Wally are re.
speedfufly Invited to attend.
BIYABD—Da Tuesday, &pt. 15th, at 10 o'clock
ato. ktrs. ANN BAYARD, wit: of Chloral A.
Bayard, Er , of Pittsburgh.
Tantrel on Timmaw Lers.asoole.st 9 cecknk,
from the redden.. of Hrs. John Mine, Jr., Wash.
ltlgUrn street, Allegheny City. The alma of the
family an bitted ta attend.
LARD 011, 1 : 5 1 bt . ) , 18. p •
Warnmted Dan, Ihrgels ta by
DALZIELL at 808.
80 sad 70 Wat•r street.
J. MOOD Sc!, 1. Mil SEUSCILZS.
Poi oh low by .
'alb JOSH 4 Nora A "X
THE LATEST. NEWS
OUR SPEOLiii DISPATCHES
Sgettel Dispatch to the Pittaborsh Casette
W•earaGros, Sept. 16, 11363
ave. OILLYOaII TlLlDlittl Sit 11121111h1n011
There ie but little doubt that the reggae
tion of Geo. GilLmore has been tendered tone
President, on aotonnt of d'uarrangements be
tween himself and Admiral Dahlgren then;
hence this course. Report sap that Admiral
Farragat, who is here, has bean solicited to
take charge of the naval matters at Charles
ton. Should he decide to do so, Omura' Gill
more's resignation may be withdrawn.
FROM THE POt0•lL0 LEVY.
Dispatches from the army of the Potomac
to - day, report • continuance of skirmishes
between cavalry. d. sharp fight occurred at
Raccoon Ford yesterday. Our forces are still
this aide of the Rapidan. The uncertainty ae
to the position of the rebel army will be dis
pelled in e day or two.
Henry Davies, who i;te;e;dtla Envies at
the beginning of the mite se as Monument In
Drtrycas' Z Nieves., has passed through the
various grades to a Brigadier Gozentiship,
which he received to-day.
PdTllll/1. OP vapors'.
The following amounts have been lately
drawn from the Treasury to pay troops for
July and duguet : For the army of the Polo
mac,$1,000,000; for the Southern Department,
$1,000,000 ; for the Department of Virgin%
$1,250,000 ; for the Prieto Department,47so,-
000 ; for the Middle Department, $500,000;
for Burnside'etermy, s so o,ooo—making $5,-
000,000. The entire army will be paidd off
'as soon as the fire' installment of the bar'
Gen. Unapt has been relieved front further
duty and his commission revoked. General
McCallum suctsods him. ,
11/PITA/IT CO/MEMOS TO di EBLIAISID.
The members of the Sanitary Commission
cap tired at Gettysburg and carried to Rich.
mond by the rebels, will be released and sent
to City Point on ,Friday.
DELITIIIT OF PIiII•TWEITIMB.
Tho delivery of 5 20's will hereeter ba
made ap to the day after the eabscription•
Secretory Chase has infused his own aura
into that deportment, and has &force employ
ed night and day in printing them.
.Under the recent revenue derision, tailors,
boot and shoe makers, milliners end dress
makers are liable to pay a tax on the whole
amount of their mannfsatures, Where their
currom work and general sale ensued SCOO
111:111UlinT; bin on artlele3 =de to order, nob
as 01211teel Work, they are exempt from duty
to the amount of $l,OOO. On all snob article,
mode to order a duty of ono per cent. is as
;weed on an exeees of over $l,OOO.
GIY. nosscalis TO WI ATTOCZZD.
Bros various indieations from rebel souses
bore is no doubt a formidable ootobbeation
in roues), to attack Gen. lioseomne. It the
rebate expect to eatol, him napping, or hope
to or.taumber him, they will be dlasppointed.
One hundred and twenty•lire prioonere, in
cluding three cfficers captured in a akirmieh
at Rapidan, arrived hero thi3 evening.
017IDID A? CITLPSPP/111 C 01711.71141181.
The following were wounded at Culpepper
Court House: C. H. He..ley, J. Ingersoll,
Sth Illinois Cavalry; James Moabite, do;
Lestzr J. W.:sten, do; George Stokes, do;
John Fiytlog, dv ; Manville @notarial:len,
61en Ohio Cavalry; Eli Fenstermaker, do ; E.
P. Wyatt, do; William Kerney, 3d /odium
127,517 70 150
995,501 B 2 In
• to Any ,
Cavalry; Uriab Elston, do, G. W. NervUle,
let Ohio Cavalry; William Ball, stichliohlgan
Cavalry; Thomas Wrightman, let Michigan
Cavalry ; Samoa! Calberson, 31 Pennsylvania
Cavalry; William Rein, ath Penna. Cavalry;
Robert W. Moniford, do; John K. Reams,
man, do; Warren it. Garrey, do; Joseph F
Moore, do; Wm. Leads, do.
HIMOVAL OP CIONNIBIAILY AID QUAITIIXAS
The Commiseary and Qoartornumter's atom
at Warrenton, Bealten and Manus/mare being
removed to Alexandria out of the regal: - of
rebel gnerrilL. , whims cupidity increase/
proportionally with tho lengthening of our
lines of communication.
Tltllla RUN WILT TO OOLPIPPII.
Two trains a day run through to Culpepper,
stopping only at water and mob stations.
OPMIATIONS OP lIBIL CAVALRY.
It is reportod to-night that a robe! ttayah7
forte, three thaueand strong, with art:Lilly,
1J in neighborhood of Hanoook's Perry, on
the Upper Potomac.
Rebeas Corsa, Writs Discharged--
reeding Disloyal Cltizens—The
Rebel Prlvateers--The capture of
British ailecr—The Proposed New
Department-.Beizare of the Pier.
Now Coax, Sept. 16.—Some write of ha
bit= oorpur, in military oases, wow discharg
ed ander the Pimßant% proclamation.
A .Washington letter mays the subject of
feeding disloyal citizens within the lines of
our army, b engaging the attention of the
President and Cabinet. There are throe hun
dred each between the Potomac and Rappa
hannock, who, beinsldostitute, are living en
tirely on the contributions of our odious and
soldiers. It is not improbable that they will
be lent South, to live off their friends in
The Cotasisrcial ells the claim of rebel psi.
vatisers on. the ocean to be treated as legal
ised privabering is soon to be tested in the
French coasts. A preliminary decision has
already boon: reedited, whereby the British
owners, in:LOndon, of the bag of silver stolen
by the privateer &taint from the ship B. P.
Eerie, restrain the disposition of this prop
erty by Idarenrult Co., for the rebel Arm of
Pranks, Fent:elm Co., of Liverpool: The
value, of the silver Is About $lOO,OOO. Mar
c:aura A 00. have advanced ;upon it about
$40,000, and being on stolen property they
may not only lose their advances, but be am
ponndod for damages to the rightful 0 1 / 3 14111.
The President of the civil tribunal at Pula
has Issued an order for the sale of the slim,
and directed that the proceeds shall be in
vested In the treasury bonds until the ques
tion of ownership be decided.
The Goomearcia• Paris letter, of September
Ist, Bays : The Florida is still in the port of
Brest, and to-day It Is stated in the:journals,
that not 041, is she going to be salad by the
owners of certain Pranch vessels, burst by
her, but for offenses against British vessels.
A British tasn-of-wur is lying in wait for her.
All this, it is to be hoped, will give time for
American armed to arrive. Some of
tae officers onkel /florid* are new at Paris.
The fends and commerce have generally
undergone a kbatadvance, in view of the ob.
taint, that peke le to be maintained in Eu
rope. The snit war, in the opinion of the
majority. is to be with the Melted States, but
that u too remote to effect bminue opals-
The Commercial', Washington letter says :
It was lately proposed, in view of the Ebbs
troubles, to create that Stets a portion of
Northern Arkansas, and the border line of
Missouri into a separate district, and plaits
Gas. Hunter in command. The change,
however, has not been made, as the command
WAS offered to Gen. Bibby instead of Gomel
Hunter, and the former has declined.
Polar -urn Sept. 16.—Betrays from
two bradzsa and sormay-lbre tow, Ors
ova Corny o 16,90 tufo ty over Bradbury,
watch the rolardnlng towns t o Masud from,
will probably ' Maass% /Datil Heists
will stand thlr# liplcara one Democrat the
hams one hundred sad tss:,llnion . to MU-
PORTZ= floiraon, Supt. 18.—The Rich
mond .Disporcb of to-day has bun received.
It contains the following:
Them was an engagement at Culpepper on.
Strada', and a skirmish between the cavalry
at Rapidan Station en hissday, without- an
very 'Manias moult.
The enemy Is crossing his Infantry at
no Ford, and apparently contemplates
Marlowe, Sept. 14 —Tho enemy ieper
fecting arrangements for the permanent °ono
cation of Morris Island; erecting lines of tele
graph along the whole Island; eonverting •
Battery Wagner Into's formidable work; en
larging their bomb proofs, ko. They fire
upon our boats plying In the harbor from
Acosta s k i 396 Zohurtzn and
Forrest hid. nehtt with the enemy near
Dalton ea Friday. Forrest was wouded.
The Yankees advanced to Tumel Hill.
Sen. Wheeler hada skirmish near Lafay
ette 02 the same day, sad, the enemy being
too strong, he fell back.
A general engagement h eXiirged C*ol2.
.t General Rueorans occupies Chattanooga.
From the Army of the Potomac.
WABHINGtOI, &opt. 16..—A rientlaman ar
rived to-day from the headquarters of the
army of tho Potomac, states that some of our
troops are six or eight miles beyond Culpep
per. On Monday they attempted to cross the
Rapidan, but were opposed, in three pleas.
The losses on both sides were light. Ger
dourville is eighteen miles beyond. It is sup
posed that the main body of the rebel army u
The ring on monitrie.
Sept. 16 —The fact that a
white nag was lately seen flying over Pon
floaltrie is not considered true. The Con
federate flag itself is white with the emblem
of a blue cross, gadded with white stars.
Those who are best *facially acquainted with
affairs In the neighborhood of Charleston at.
tack but little Reny Impartanca to the state
ment. So oflicbtl information hall beenreosiv
ed up to 2 o'slook this afternoon trim that
Labels Ifilled—Telegraph lane be .
tween Cammingls Point and Fort
Pulaski—Anxiety for Bragg.
Forums Mosso', v - za.
.11.—A lieutenant sad five manner. killed to
day, by the explodon of one of oar magailain
A telegraph line between Onmininp Point
and Fort Pulaski Li being ecnstrnated by the
Tharp is some o.oxtoty to bur from Goa.
Tho Rebellion at St. Domingo.
New You, Sip. loth.—The steamship
Eagle from HAMEIII.I4 of the 12th WIG,
rived to-night. The rabajllon in Saint Do
mingo still continue, and troop are still
sent Ahem. Robberies and ipendiu7 Bros are
getting villa common in Havanna.
The Anglo rebel Mazur Laura, arrived
there from llama. She reports that two
steamer, had arrived at Neasan from Charles
ton, and one from Wilmington.
From the Potomac Army.
WIIIaIIIGTON Sept. 16.—A Minn= from
the Potomac Zak' says our position on the
Rapidan remains unchanged. About one
handred and Any prisoners hme,beon taken
iItOYGST ELABBRAL'iI 017111011,
MID Instant. or Pow.A.,
88 north St., Eltlabargb, Sept 16, 1801
IicrIi.ICEMPTED FROM DRA.In.—.
In aocordance with ordera e l publish the fol.
list_ of pram exempted front draft t 7 the
Boot to this Dletrtot s to this data,
with the reasons of Shur thanspuon
AT ALUM OP PITAILIZIMPO AOCCPUIPA ilborrfOrib.
Nom, Esoidesca. &Dawn.
J W Talem, Chestier" 4, 7'ndarlo2 Wilt
K Boat, Noon tp., AL.lsert D Bone.
PAW SKO roe an raccomenon or A saarnthria.
John Lawson, &wad ward.
A D Meth. Jefferson township.
Win Dianam, do
Jason Jackson, Pindier acortudalp.
Baraorlosorgeon. Borth /layette township.
Polo, gather; Aleut towraldp.
Robert B Benda. do
W E Bann, do
Gilbert C Gordon, do
Daniel Grob h, Baldwie lownthip. '
George W Smith do
Abal Amon, train township.
Wm Cbddrintrat, do
Wm Quinn, do
Banntel thanes, do
John Killer, Lower St Clair township.
Eruct' Jamison. Martian torzahlp.
Win Mar, do
menthau Jonea, do
Wm Chisk do
Adam linteagfe, do
Attie US AM AMA DICTJArD rizarioxis CA"
TOT= AT AST =MOM.
Jana BUPA Cbartince Witnesses-4 Both and J
IT LIM MM. ""
T .1 Kennedy, /11111 ward; dlun l llity.
17 SWIZILIIIMildi OW AIM
D H Vence. Second ward. ander tinnily In.
rodeo-4 D Many, D &ate.
rbanasms. Eighl• wart over thirty
den and marded Me Unman —T 111 1Lown,, -tha
John Dyia, Crew:eat Wawa:lp; cur Harty.' Cry
and snorrbd Wlhoteeta Haw. T. 7 flood
, how:Drown, Rerond ward, runler tivrdly
nes.ne—H &war. Duey • Joann.. •
MI US ON ALOIDMID In= TAMS= ?LVU /1 , 0111-
Calm:alms Cool, /Lndley toorneldp I witanteco -S c
K Post er , J D
Morrow, run towneldn:
Stilt. Prbtipsl; Jobn Wallanks, subitttuto.
Tntittottxt to Gime markt. thlrfy-ttad ftb•Dtzu
tin Ed% 41dPal ; OtatilitiBJittA Matt.
to Jttua Autos, toartputbrd Bab.;
tud to atescptiodpitb, h
farm uts Edwards;txtbtitttle.
Leopold Tamen. lotto psi ; Wzo. Ads's; sabstl
tatb7ptik_sftatnocllto ima A.4tuale - y. Scott.towls•-
- " •
Alb tri J
Member of Gnus Captured on Maria
.. , /alantio.Mtals Indians Asthma fax
Peaee..Health or the Fleet Near
Wasiterox, Sept. /6 --eituorsl Gum m y
in an °Metal communication, nye that thirty.
six pieces of artillery ware eapared on Ater-,
Hs Island, and that It is not impordblettat
there Is still more remaining causled.
Gang Wright, commanding. the Depart
ment of the Peak, has forwarded • report
from General Conner to the military authori
ties hare, from *Molt it appeau that the aft:
farad tribes of Indians living within the, die
trict of Biro are anxious for pease. Most of
them bare aiready.ratde treaties with Gael
ral Canova, end General Wright is awe that
with the reinforsemenU he has tent forward
the Clatriaiad Mail route will be perfeetly safe.
Acting Bur Admiral Salley, nada daaof
Bev West, Sept. eth, Bata that In order to
*outset any erroneous impretsion, that not a
single Instance of yellow fever it prevallirg .
the East, and that nothing approaching It
has made its appearance either is tho town or
harbor, during the entire season, sad that the
health of the place in every rupees Is 2a•
Jischnrged from Military Service.
BIIMLO, N. Y, Sept. 16 —Judge N. N.
Ball, of the United States District Centre, In
the habeas corpus MISOII of David d. Sudden,
of Lawrence a•unty, and Robert E. Wilpole of
Cayugaeormty, hes made an order discheiging
the relators Irma military smite, and giver
the opinion that Boards of Enrollment having
once desided in the =reliant of a drafted
man ortmpt from military :orrice can not re
voke or review such decision, or compel the
man to submit tie clam a second time to the •
board. Judge Hall, In the cases of minors
Inflated without tail consent of his parents:
brought before him on a habeas COITIA, hat
made an a:de:discharging them, tive !nutria
bar, from the envie% These easetorigistated
in Orteam and Monroe counties, and were Mb- -
geed by J. E. church, of &chaster,
From Charleston-. Progress of 4 ; 4 '
New Tear., Sept._ 16.—The steamer Mary
Seaford. from Charfuton bar on :So alight of
the 12th, has arrived. She brings dispatches
for the government, and the mail from the
General fillimore is actually erecting bstte
ries on the upper and of Morris hind. He
is meaning a heavy fire from , Ports ;dui
soon end Moultrie. The rebels have two lb•
loch gull in Moultrie.
Eitunter As silenced, but is 'till garrisoned.
The rebel du is flying, No at has
been made tocaptare the fort since the recent
The Monitor Patapsco has gone to Port
Royal for repairs,