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ALNDBEW G. COILEINLet-Gentge.
FOB JUDO' Of-TlEBillinSidi COURT :
DANIEL AGNEifi'or Deaver.
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30113 L MATO. •
The efeatseu of the Issue.
Loins fibroses is unquestionably die
poled to tale • pe..-t in our great struggle,
lead he will do so Übe secs that he has
any good hope of success. What will af
ford him that hope? lie cannot expect it
In any successes of the rebels In arms, for,
thanks be to God and our brave men in
artosonnh successes are not to be expected.
What then b he waiting for? and what is
the South hoping for? Both are swatting
the . result of this fall's elections in the great
Mates of the North. They will tell him
what to do, and then what to hope for. If
the Copperhead enemies of the govern
ment are successful, he will regard this
country as divided against itself, and that,
thereforo n it cannot stand; then look out for
kis armies in Texas, and his fleets on our
coast. The now despairing rebels will be
reinvigorated and transformed into desper
ately tierce and wellaupplied allies of
France, while our gallant . soldiers, who
have never quailed at any fire in; their
front, would be constrained to quit the
field, dispirited and heart-broken at the
thought thatthey had no friends open whom
to lean, and that their fearful sacrifices in
Oland erufferingind blood, had only been
rewarded by • d e
ardly fi re in their rear.
Then N•ronros, e Rebels, and their Cop
pniuttikalline, would have everything their
own way. But let the people (obtain the
Government- by their votes, and we shall
hear nothing more of French intervention ;
and England will soon discover that it to
politic to put a stop to the rascally proceed
ings in her ship-yards. If we would save
our gountry we must present an undivided
front to both our domestic and foreign
The Rebels and their &Mei
It is apparent from the anxiety expressed
by the leading papers of Richmond for the
mous of the "Democratic party" in Penn
sylvania and other Northern States, that
the rebels regard the said "Democrats" as
their friends and silica, and fiat their
chief object of hope at this moment lies in
the success of that party in the October and
November elections. Should the party of
the Union carry Pennsylvania, Ohio and
other Northern States, the rebel cause will
be abandoned in despair, and the whole
thing will quietly collapse; bat should
Woosswszn and VALLAZDIOILUI be elected,
or either of them, it will inspire new hope
and energy, and the war will be resumed
with terrible earnestness on their part., and
thousands of our patriot soldiers' lives will
be sacrificed. The Southern rebels regard
the Northern copperhead Democracy as
their Monde; and so far as the leaders are
concerned—each men as Sarnoca, WOOD,
VALLANDWILAX, COX, WooDwinD, poem,
Hennas, and hundreds of others are con
cerned, they are not mistaken. Their party
is one now as it has been In years past—it
is only divided into two parts to suit their
respective latitudes—open rebels in the
South, sneaking copperheads in the North.
The only road to peace's in crushing both.
Nair Mode f R 111111110( tbe Blockade.
A fertile g o enius in the Vie Anis rebel
Senate was shamefully sunbl , .. I letzly in
what was supposed to be an attempt to Se
cure the peaceable dissolution of the Uni
ted States. He offered • resolution in that
body proposing that each Confederate
State send three Commissioners to each of
the loyal States of the Union, charged to
say to the Governors !homer that they de
mended that the people of the loyal States
decide by the ballot-box in favor of the
separation of the South from the North in
peace' After two and* half yam vain
endeavor by war to get the Northern appro-
Dation for the sundering the Union, this
noble Virginia Senator thought it not un
wise to try the virtues of oysters and chant
pelvis plied by skillfuf.Yeace Commision
ere, who would, of oonne s .he received with
all the honors Mille capitnle of the North
ern States. But the stern pride of the Vir
ginia Senate would not condescend to the
means pinposed, and tabled the resolution,
88 to L
It has since occurred to some minds that
the proposition for such a multitude of Com
missimiers to come North * (three' from suit
Catedet ate State toe a aft of the loyal States
—about /our hundred and jijiy4oniatiesion
ere ia IMO was only a shrewd scheme by
which a large number of Southern poUti
abuts wished to "run the blockade" end
get North where they could enjoy good
drinks and li ving. In this view of the
matter the action of the Virginia &pato
must he felt as extremely severe by the
hopefoldiplomatists who were in the ring
—N. Y. rasa.
The Reit()grade MOVOMCDU
The Washington correspondent of the N.
Y. OTIMICPCidi writes:
MS sudden abandonment of the old line
oa the Itsppahasurock by the rebel army
Fades the military critics somewhat.
The explanation given that it is for the
of - furnishitig reinforcements to
'grain in ileorgief is regarded as quite un
ahhactimits view of all the difficulties
that suitutuid that rebel army for it is
doubtful if all Of Bragg's and- Lee's forces
combined 'ism ever repossess the strong
hold inlrast Tennessee : j tut surrendered
to the' iden - forces. It seeds quite true,
however, that a considerable portion of
Las, troops have fallestbaok on Richmond,
for some other destintition, or with • vines
to take up a dehnudire position in or near
the rebel capital. The, recent' articles in
theißlehmonti papers, looking to the re
elrendOn of as invasion policy by Lee,
met after all hare been a cover to the"
sillitnifil'Or the army. - Nor dOti there
to be any links; on foot for a and
' dea . mo**mt fotwara. It cannot be eta
' etas of Sigel; "that when ho •citnr.
scenetti - e}. sotreat, look out for fora fight"
Thin Jr no inanition of any movement
' finie lhai.rslisylry wort! Thornton's and
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Oa e,asto-itebei War Vessels
London Times publishes animpor
fent - ; comaiimucation from .li.tsoly W.
B z igos;Esq.„in 31,410 h the Vrilerl•eports
a conversation he had with Mn. DAYTON,
our Minieter at Paris, on tho 2nd of May
last.. Ma. fission is well known as an
able writer on etatistical and economic
eubjecte r and he his held for many years
a high official position, under the Govern
ment. His letter to the Times opens with
some congratulatory remarks on the smo
position taken by that versatile but able
journal, against permitting the iron-clad
vessels, - built in British ship-yards, to go
forth to prey on federal, commerce. Of
course, in this, its new position, the limes
Is equally against itself three months ago,
but the Times never was deterred from ex
pediently by the fear of inconoistency. We
girt the concluding portion of Ma. Berme' s
letter, in full, as it contains some interest
ing statemente derired from the writer's
intercourse with "stmericarus of both par
ties," and introduces the reader to his more
important memorandum of Ma. Darror's
I have conversed during the hat month
with Americans of both parties. On one
subject only are they unanimous, and that
is-that the eampc of these vessels will pro•
duce the evil which we have exercised so .
much forbearance and endured such suf
fering to prevent—a war with the North.
They all believe that, whatever be the wish
of the Northern Gwvernmatt, the indignation
and rage of the Neff/we people will force it
to dectars tsar. This is the expectation of
my federal friends, who loci on a war
against us with horror, and of my Con
federate friends, who exult in its approach.
This is the objeot for which, in their ut
most penury, they are spending hundreds
of thousands on these ships. The ravages
of the Alabama and the Florida do not se
riously injure the military force of the fed
orals, but. they enrage them. The Coated
[Taal have always looked to foreign' support.
They long hoped that want of cotton would
lead the BogUsti government to attack the
federals. They now bribe English ship
builders to do so. A few months ago I
had a conversation on this eubject with a
distinguished federal statesman, (hir. Day
ton, the federal Minister in Paris,) a man
of great talents, knowledge and calmness.
I thought it so important that I made a
nste of IL The note I append to this let
ter. I should, of course, have asked Mr. Day
ton's permission to do so if the matter were
less urgent. But ho may be absent from
Paris. Four or five days might pass be
fore I could obtain that permission, and
four erfive dayi hence all may be over.
throw myself, therefore, on hie mercy,
and hope that he will allow my wish to
contribute to the aversion of eo tremendous
a misfortune as a war between England
and the United States to be a !efficient
apology for the publication of a private
I have the honor to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
A 3.41.17 W. BENIOII.
PARIS, May 2, 1.8 , 33.—1 called on Mr.
Dayton, the federal Minister. I said to him
that during the last five weskit I had con
versed with many persons of political emi
nence on American affairs; that 1 found
fears that the conduct towards us of the
federal government would lead to we.r uni
versal, and nu opinion that it was intended
to produce war prevalent; and that I
thought it desirable that he should know
the opinions, ae to that conduct, of persons
of political eminence, not merely impartial,
but favorable to the came of the federal!.
Ile answered that he should be grateful for
the information. I then related to him the
subetanco of several conversations with
persons belonging to different political par.
t recognize," he answered, °in all that
yen have told me the London Times. I be
lieve that it is useless for a Northern Amer
ican to state any facts, to contradict any
falsehoods, or to use any arguments in
,England or in France. You all of you,
as well as English, take all your
opinions, all your premises, and all your
conclusions blindly from the Times. I have
known men treatthe Timesoometimes with
Contempt, sometimes with indignation, de
scribe it as the unscrupulous organ of the
English aristocracy, and laugh at those
moiler its influence, and immediately after
,' wards talk to me pare Times. The govern
eminent of the United - Rates would be
frantic if it did not do everything and sub
mit to everything in order to avoid a war
"That," I answered, "is precisely what
they say, and the inference which they
•eiraw from your conduct is that you are
frantic. If, they say, the President and
his advisers wish for a war with England
they are mad. If they do not wish for it,
and yet do all that they can to bring it on,
then also they are ma& Take the appoint
ment of Captain Wilkes.'
"I do not know," he answered, "what
are the rules of our service. Captain
Wilkes is the most popular man in our
navy. Homey have had claims which could
„lust be refused."
"Captain Wilkes' popularity," I answer.
ed," "for having done all he could to bring
on a war with us, is a proof of the mad
ness of the people. An English officer who
had so acted would have disgusted every
body. What, then, do you think of Mr.
Cassius M. Clay and of the motives which
led his government first to publish his dis
patches, and afterwards to employ him?"
"You gave us," he answered, "great
provocation by assisting the rebels. The
Alabama is manned by Eoglieh sailors."
"And is not your blockading fleet," I
answered, "manned by English collate
Can you tell mo how to prevent a sailor
from taking service where hg likes ?"
"You ought to have exerted," be replied,
"greater vigilance to prevent her sailing.
You ought not to have thrown on Mr.
Adams the onus of proving her destination.
When you complaine&during ties Crimean
war that we were building vessels for the
Emperor of Ennis, wo did not throw on
your Minister the burden of proof. We
examined ourselves, ascertained that it was
so, and stopped ids ships."
"I admit,' he continued, "that it Is diffi
cult to prevent the people who are the
greatest manufaeturereof military supplies
in the world from supplying belligerents
17 ittilaumi. But, if you cannot, as you say
that yon cannot, prevent Nassau from be
ing a bleu of operall7l/8 to the Confederate
wader, you should use the utmeet tolera
tion of our ideas to prevent thie. If your
By tupathics are with oso who are endeav
oring to ruin us, yo ushould not panda
them. if you t hink that you will gain in
the rupture of tho Union you are mistaken.
Do you suppose that Om Confederathe slop&
Mize with you, except so /err as they believe
that you Utz w r
"No," I said, "I have no doubt that the
Confederates hate us as much as you do.
An honest neutral is always hated by both
the belligerents; but they have the merit of
keeping their secret better. If we knew all
that they think and feel, we probably
should feel towards them as you seem to be
trying to make us feel towards you."
"Well," said lee, 'I do not believe with
your French friends, that our publ io men
are mad. Ido root believe, therefore, that
they wish for war. - Nofdo I believe that
yours do. Bat each party is excited; each
party is—wt ether voluntary or not—doing
great mischief to the other. I see no rem
edy but patience and an earnest attempt
to repress the'evil passions of the educated
mobs in your country and of the uncounted
mobs in mine. Of one thing lam certain
--that if you think that any interference
on your pert will atop the war you are
wrong. Not Eugkmd, had Frazee, and itus
sies—zot apt Europa—mild &flumes us."
"Not," I answered, 'jey persuasion 'e"
uNot i "
.repiis4 "by , , Jorge. What the
apple Tuts toll; and 'that you cannot
pro her. She has arms enough • bat sh e:
starving,is end she will be starved oat."
"My expectations of peace between you and
us," he man sled, "depends much on throws
ner in tokich you dad with the ironsides which
the Confederates are now bullding in bland
and Scotland. You excuse yourselves for
not having stepped the Alabama on the
ground that she was not obviously a ship
of war. Th , te ships are so. No merchant
vessel is plated. We maintain they . are
intended for the Confederates—lntended to
prey upon the commerce of the federsis,
your friends. How can we prove it except
by the facts which are already as obvious
se they can be made? For what other
purpose can they be intended 7 The build
are alone have the documents by which the
innecent destination of the ships can be
shown. Yon should call on the builders to
produce them. It they refuse you may
safely asses that they are intended to at
tack us. 140 not ask you to coofiecate
thym, or even to stop their progress, but
merely to detain them until their builders
prove, which they can do in a day, the Irmo
censer of their destination. In the Cri
mean War we did much more. We actual
-1)f stopped the progress of the Alexandra
on the suspicion that she was intended for
the Bunions. Not en ax or a hammer
was allowed to be lifted In her. We found
our laws as you have found yours, insuffi
cient. We amended them.
Yon merely fold your arms and allow
proceedings opposed to your own munici
pal laws, and to international law, to good
feeling end to gad faith, to go on, because
your municipal law has not sufficient de.
tective power. Then give it that power.
Yon are not as we are, bound by a consti
teach. Your Parliament is omnipotent.
If it is not skillful enough to invent a law
,which shall enable such atrocities to be
detected and prevented, let it copy the law
which we passed for that purpose, and
which was enruolont. If ( gots refuse to do
Ws, mut in consequence of your negligence, or
of your sclkinfleceed impotence, these ironsides
wage and plunder us, the America" roes,
irritated enough already, will be trogoeernabil.
You have seen enough of them to know that
their resentment is not under the control of
their interests. They will really become
as mad as your French friends call them.
They wilt be quite ready to ruin themselves in
order to ruin you.
The N. Y. Express indulges in the follow
ing statement, in which polilieal and gram
matical errors are equally abundant and
exquisite, we quote:
"The :people of this country now, nine
tenths of them, are is favor of peace,—
peace any how,—now, South, even if soul
and body can be saved, and, North, for with
restoration of the old Union, and good
heart and good fellowship also; but the
MILITARY governments, both North and
The News, a Democratic eo-laborer of the
Express, says that in making a declaration
in favor of the prosecution of the war, the
Slats Convention "practiced a slight decep
tion upon the people" and that the vague
allusions to a "war for the Union" indulged
in were merely an "illusion." Now, if
nine-tenths of the people do favor "peace
any how," why was it necessary for the
Democrats to cheat them by making a dec
laration in favor of WILT
ILLNESS OF GEHEILAL Cass.--The Detroit
Free Press of yesterday says: "We regret
to learn that General Case is seriously in
disposed. 'We have not heard from Eta
to-day, but his case is considered very
critical, and it is hardly possible for him
to survivo many days unless he obtains
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Eichbatuia, 'harlot', &boasts, Ernest,
Pranklio, Benjamin, Black Alfred.
°oyez, 8 H, Ft ight, Christian,
Grey. Alex, apragae. Joseph,
Gourley, II I, Smith, 3 B,
Gillman, ilex, Stevenson. J Z.
Greif. Wm, Snails. Bobert ri,
allitolds. ante, Smith, Thrusts,
Haute, John. I ham., Berm J,
Earbbion, d P, laws. Jr, Win,
Elotchinsr, ()CY. Tesler, Herman,
Etowah, Z, Wilma, Jaw.,
Jacl.son, James, Vi Addington, Boni.
iishostrials 3...0h. ..11,vt.
fTHE UNION EXECUTIVE OUIII
Cotton Coro, Third-Ward. Allsiihrori
Hisao= Punr, Dui:unplug. Borough;
D. B. Putouts, Lowor Bt. Clair tp;
Jou K. Burr, Pecond Ward, Allegheny;
D. CPN ctta., Second Wad, Pittsburgh;
Sot. 13C110713, In., Yonrth Word, Allegheny;
ILLMOIL 111IICIAI, Seventh Ward, Pittsburgh;
/01111 n BISODIM, Y.lnt Ward, do;
M. B. Dirrcaion, Ptan torublp;
Port= P. Baas, lonirrencertils;
R. H. PLUITA, Jr.. Preblot tornihip;
F. D. Emu, Fifth Ward, Pittsburgh;
Jong F. DRAWN Sliffiln torn. hip,
Jam Burrs, Duarte do;
Faun LloCuouu, Cutout tortohlp;
Joins Dimas, KoTIIL toirrithly;
Jonii H. PORTIA, TI1111101M;
WILLIAM BO•Ce*LL. Richland touthip;
H. 0. lilscuirm, , Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh.
A. Idahoan, Third Ward, iiittiburgL;
Luau Iloictot, Fourth Ward, AP igheny ;
Capt. Juts Eaton, Manchester;
J. G. Borsoms, Third Word. Pittsburgh.
Jos. Pun, Jr. Jot. litottnsci.,
Its. Drtworro, Jznii
Wu. Btu Coruna. Iftanot,
B. F. Juts, Jos. L. (lulus,
W. F. JOHNSNA, Tau. 11.
WK. Pans:oh Tau. M. Roar,
Jona F. Jurists, J.a. Worrn,
Jour MOD. Cross ix, Wx. Lime,
Tote. P. Buis, N. Vocorini, Pr.,
nIFNUT a. Wurtn, Tool. Sießrr,
COM. W. DATCIII.LOR, .101/3 P. Puts,
Jo,. riesligs, Taos. IL BoTNC.
J.H.Js/. MCACLCT, Punt,
C. D. M. Pnllll, 'lsm Dram.,
A. Li. BROWN, Cbalrinon.
, J. H. isTZWART, flus.taly.
- 4" E r .IfDrERTISZINEXTI
A ?PM , —lO bble. Green Apples for
see b 1 lIERBY R. C014.1Nt3.
VLOOft OIL CLOTH, of all intterns
azd tale wholesale and re:ell, at the
I.nl Cloth Dew t ct J. Jt U. PUILLIPh
1 50 BIS. W. R ENGL I S H DAISY
sal eg g ed otizEia. etas , " maign.
W rBB WILK Itifinti.
BUTITE--8 tube prima fresh just re
cehai by Adam' Kavries, to , .ale by
Bel 7 W FRB &WILB I NSON. eIT LTherty
LAUD OIL-8 bble. Refined now land
log from B►llread ►td fbr ale try
orl7 Itl►IAU Dirionr k On.
rPALLOW OLL-12 bbla. now landing
J. tram larva C-0211 and for salts by
sett ISA I A Ei DIOR nr A 00.
flgltliNT.-110: 1 New Cork Water
4.J Lime, for al, bj MOM! IL cult.ta NS,
NIS IS Wood street.
OHNE 1 CHIME I—Franc
••,--IM box,. Wasterojesnr• psi reretr:.l
17 WEEITir WILK' NSOI9.
.17 'au Liberty West
S2SK W ARD.—P 0 CKBT BOOK
LAST.—At the Spread Lade Road, on Lib.
etc, rite. o Wednetday, s Lig:SAT LEATHSU
POOED f BOOS, containing shoot
gnonbtek and the balsas* oriatifangin Ploannillh
eclat A toward of sas.in be old to coy one on
ieto.ing it at THIS 011110 E, of st tte EAGLE
1101 . 11. TAbirty moan. 94.17 :fa
P.tTATE OF DR. FRANCIS MO-
Itl7, DZl'D.—Lettars of Administration
^u the ettata of Dr. Y. McGrath. Isla of Pittsburgh.
Amstrad. lissinit bum granted to tha undersigned,
.11 pawns haring claims aro requested to Immo'
train, row all .ho are indabtail are requirad to mats
Punt to TS IIEdd ,
asThissrdew snood .treat. Ptuisimmib.
J ,ANE•B PATENT RULILES.—Lano's
.I_ll Patent Capillary Grooved Union, with Paper
Cotter and Scala attachment. A nest and Indiapett
table at Oslo In the Countlnit-7001.. beech
and Turkey Elmwood 15, 18 and 91 inches In
length. Tor tale by
WEL O. JOHNST ON b CO..
ta Sousa- 7 Wood W street.
unativgcod sistaltis INVALID PEN-
A - 09MM 11.1 the ottleo of DN Na'JOON, So. 110
PIM' 091:LIT. PU01111414 eet the the DAY Cl
00T0.11111 NEXT. Theo. ohms pensions COP.
lassoed prior to the 4th of Nst oh Isst, aro on strc4
to b examined brfors they an obtago the lasso
Th. Chugs Is $9, which snit b. Wanes! by the
Pensloo Abut. OW, NoOOOE, It D..
J. W:DLAGNIIIIIIII. M. D.,
THE OENTR&L BOARD OF EDlElthi-
VON, et the City of Pitteturgb, wish to 68..131e
t me irrvices of a Mkt CLI TII/iotllill, to +apply a
vacancy to the (Matra! Iffigh Entice'. Candidates
for the punka "111 be recalled to purr an examins•
ties by the Inanity to this following branches
"rittunello. Hugllth Grammer, Oecgrapby, Orthog
raphy, History, Mesh a (isometry. Halibut Nor
nob, and title through the Wu ary lunette, and
star's Gemtesntaree The szercenation will nom.
cue. THU "13DAT, October lit, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Baldry 9160 per ,ear. of ten "nuns.
try order of the Board.
8+ 17 . 2 . • JOUR A. 821101S11r,
LAGGE,DLACIf, FOUR TEAR OLD IJOBBIL
Wlth a star In (root. arm etolm frrm the Geld of tb
eubsonber. Ole Idle from Tut tle Creak tillage.
TREHTT4IIII DOLLARS BEWABD
will be given kr the ceptare of the thief or toe re•
!ll+n of the tome, cr piny DOLL e 1 ka the re
tort, of the borne and onnytalon of the thief.
gel 7 ler J. A. OAWITHEIIB.
nI.B43OLUTION OF PARTNERREIW.
.1-• The yartnerelilp beritchre reeling Intel - ten
the subscribe% under the era of PHILLIPS,
THEW • OM, her thin day bean ditivolled, CHAU.
LOCKHART and WILLIIAII /SIM liarlng par.
awed the Intoreits of the ottur r wirers..
The Wa entire ken of Me late arm gilt be nettled t 7
LOOKHatt ► TRU.,
OH HMO LOMECIART,
eswit V. HIPP.
Vittabwrib, Aug 10tb, Ina&
MMUS A S LII.A rum
Pro duaoro and Refiner; of Potroleum,
At ALBIOZI OIL WELL% TOZILDp CO and
Bi;ILLLUIT OIL :TOM, ;Valero Ban.
Oar Onla, rft 174 WOOD niart
By etc usire's r. 4,11 ron.be.e , coais 4nrlvg toe
rec. ot d. cline in the Nserro siarttle, • - .4 a- e .os•
OW to offer tbsarsortment ode Iris
trcogbr toe ct , y, ai•tiog of
'VELVETS., IMBUE I2IPE .ILL 3 PLY?,
INGRAINS, EIENEN AND BA le
yr:pc:E. AND TABLE
Piano and Table Covers.
AT L'SII3IJ SLL7 LOW BATES.
Also, a neil selected sto k of EIATTTFICIS pus.
cloyed for Lb. Sprit g trade, wlikh dlePole of
at greatly reducal prier, to mate room for Other
o , Sai . . : :
Fuca gore wc ted do well to call end examine on i
emir, at we are werfidnit n Iwo offer velour 10..
Macemente then soy caber bonze lot the city.
OLIVER lI 9 CLI‘TISCR & CO.,
No. 21 fIYTH t-TREET.
FLAGS I FLAGS! FLAGS!
ILTn.loma. Mlla,grs !
FOR ROUSES, FRB, COIPARIES, 44.,
BONI INU, MUSLIN OR SILK,
All rite, from FIVE ISOM TO FIFTY FEST,
♦T DEPOT Of
Pittsburgh Flag Manufactory,
PITTOOK'S NEWS DEPOT,
Fl.llll BTBIST, OPPOSITE THE POST 017101
&OEN suhO BOWLS,
78 New and Popular Bong.,
YOB. 13TVZH CENTS
°When this Cruel War 1. Over."
"Bally Around the Veg. Bop."
"who Will Care for Mother v ow."
"My Country, it is of lbw."
"Moth. r; VTO Come Home to Diu."
have no Mother now."
"uur Flag le There."
"Tie 1.44.4 Callforrian."
, Rinie me tsceA•S lsht, Bothea."
"Where Liberty dwells, there Ls my Ceuutry."
"Kind Words ran never dle." •
"Wu my Brother In the fiertie."
"Do thiry think of me at home."
"Do they mi.& am at home."
"Jobri - Brown's Sonic."
"Let me kis. him for hi. Mother."
"blotto; Is the Battle oru."
"Some one to love."
"No ore to lova."
"liver the banks of that Irate river."
"Star of the Sewing."
• Our trocel Ship eel). Icnntr.ht.' '
And others toe numerate to mention. Mani. PO
paid, on receipt ct 10 oents, by
JOHII P. 1111Wr, Yubltsber,
selo Masan% Frei Perth ernset.
rAPer Tt, ItalLW A
PAVIZS, MILL OWISZILS,
We hero erected and bars to operation. soar the
tr. an az tattle* Labfatory f r this enomfaelti, e of
Lubricating and Paint 011,
By a new and to macs, acfentflo procure. and now
otkr and commend to potilt notion and pstrtonso
three grad., A, B and O reopteilvey, of
lat, 24 and 24,1 gruzaity LL'IIB/C4 TING OIL.
Whelan Ear these hilericatvne ban been tested. they
have been kapaansced greatly =parlor today at the
preparations lately I itaael to tke market.
" A." or tat gelidity, Is designed to lake thee
place et the butt Baer a 011, end for ass on cotton,
.oaken or other inseltieregy. ?hi "11," or 2ignell
ty, to rail as/ and otharlW arteidniry ; area the
" or Ed quality. tor hairy and exiike gearing, I
rALbT WI, has been testad by uneaten
Painter. IA thee dry, and proved to be • capital sub
stitute far Lona Flashed Oil. Indeed many Painters
glee It a evaded preform:a.
Three 011 e an now extensively reanniaertend at
Zurcika Lubrio Oil Works.
do tits moan la sclentnla and uniform, cnatontall
can ale Et the uniform CZCSUCVZI of than en>namio
equlvolenta at sputa and flaxseed Oil. A trial and
tat la =Adel tly lort•cri.
for sate at Ito. SO EISICET BTRI:ILT, coma of
PENNOCK, BALL & CO.
luiß N ittirrUWALli,
A choice coUto•.bn of
SONGS, CHANTS AND HYMENS.
Designed- fJr the nee of Juvenal, 01astee k Pablo
&horde and Sadnatio. contesting • aorstdele sad
concise ',atom of Itestentarr Instroettcn. Otntato.
to 195 Pinta of Halts, among which are the fol.
sited, White and .8.r.5."
"Sear of Trut"
"Deer Mother, 11l Came Home Again."
*Osntly highs the Dr. ass "
"Buy me sun in the deep, dap eta."
"Wends of Proedom."
"Were Going klcms."
"Let me kilt him for Ida Mother."
..011 Howe at Imo.'
"What's the Nese ?..
"Dearest brat of Darth "
Claplee moan' en rattleit of 40 =fa Tar ado by
rte OHAB. O. 111 I.LOR, SI Wend at.
GET THE BEST.
WFIEBLIM a WILSOE'S
THE /HOW= AUTHORITY IN DIN LAND
(From A. Eekstfito knerlarn ]
Wear* Emotes a great many laypthiel for Erasing
Machines tram video part of the country. and Si
Ti nano* =violently reyty to them by WM. Ire
thought it proper to orate oar optnicn In regard to
them to this public manner. We no. the
WHEEL= AND WILSON SEWINO MACHINE,
sod oty, In regard to It. that it withcnat' a
rival. No oattr umbras sawed' It In as
Mu to all rug ass of domostia ma tt Is
not esaly - atrronrortitdre:Ms In point of atria
tinwn and finah oo attm seathlus • .ode ahead of
It. W•gt•to thlamoon In regard to this sseaileat
manhunt non ror tnra respomlbtll••• and bops
thereby to sere onn,leto croald• ablo Um recd
pry' ag• in warning latter."
ma Call et $ he Agent, No. 27 /I PM MOW
and see them In operation.
Sir Ern., Vachtue tearrataxd ['the yrin.
OR. SUMNER & CO ,
NA AN IitIOD •--HOW WEIT I HOW
Lfi ./11181 . 011RD I —Jost yottakbad, Ina salad wt.-
toloWs. Pit. €ii Ovum. & Ltotant an lb. Botnnh
firettwont anti It.dWl Core ut 21minfitonbcesh, Or
nominal %Vegan,* 'Carob:Mat! tail: 100 u bolus'
Debility, and Impedimenta to re.rrpOre Poona . ) i
tiolvonswais, Cot onsuptlon,lptlegy and Wit& nen •
tat; inn .Poystetl Ina maolty. rosottlaw
abase. to.. by nost.J. tronvsnwntt. 11- D., author
of ths Oven tiook, Boas It 'ltionstado of
Buff non; slots ntler neat. to s Plan onrolope,
war *dorms p.-abptict, nwetnt °ten Mai or tiro
wasp by - DIL. 011,1- 4 3. HUBS.
Int Bowery. How Tort. Post Otltco 13:1 Ltitt.
11..tod.tt P • Is
GEORGE w. PORCH,
General Commission Merchant,
NEW Gummi, LA
alr CONIGIUMITS 601:71:IIIR
- . BEFARILISCEB: •
Itatan. a. U. Jack • Co.. Plltitwitt s
PhrladalpN. U. Knight, Co., sed 0 . P. 1.141111 I Bros.,
~., , .
A NOtHER OPMEING
3, W. BARKER
59 Market Street.
OEII BTOGN 13 NOW
THE CHEAPEST IN THE WEST
sir oovevar NECROHAET2, DOTING 1 01
0 tat, LU INVITED TO IX ilitHl 003
MODS AZD COM!AZZ MUM.
1e I 8
N A W LittODS,
Joseph Horne & Co.'s
17 AND TO MARKET ST.
we ire noir cpamlng Rust die/able ster2 0
NEW FALL GOODS,
Which .11l calarlaseeziethlag that to new la the
Trimming' X Ail/inert; Line
Oor assorfmont mkt of
TIIIIIBUISCO ILYEP mrrroiss;
BUDDHA AND 0151121N51 DCZ.D=IO
BRAD AND sans anus AND Burson
GUIPURE AHD POLES 1.101 OOLLLES..L.
TlllBlll AND CULINADINZ VIIIB,II: odsn.
BLACK LACE LED CRAPE PELLE ;
1,441.11011 AL SILIBIS. cha:ao a4ots and good
quality, tram Sit OD to •18 O.
17,09/1315, RIBBOISIS, VIATIIIMI ;
SOITNITS, BILIS, Pars;
011)41.23, BLOND ED131303;
DOZIKIII MID GLOTZ3 i
LiDl3l3` OASTS AND BOWS. to Lastlnn. 80.
man tnds,llllspbarda Plaid aid Black and
HAND6ZIMU2III3, al kinds ar..4 paces ;"
VELVSTI3. NEGLIGIIII BILIZTEI ;
BLIPPED. PATTERNS, WORSVEDS ;
STOCKING YANK. NIGIC 21E3;
To which dspartmeat yr my pa:U=l4r attaraloa.
Or Mock la =plot" and our ;eon mast gto.
ar 6.1.1 an a look tbrottah oar asErtmant.
OD' WI! OLIELILLII 800113 t P BTAIILL
N is w uoupt,
EATON. IEACIIIIM & CO.'S,
HOB. 11 LSD 19 PUTS MAST
808/ON lIIDD I N B RIBLERY.
ROW. MINT- -
DMITRI; Aili n2ll loB,
SHIMS lAD MAMMA
And aterithlng bitheltallas Itfts.
or Oily Isit Nanaanti. ••• • who
WI to otititsia. vitt Awl it to theft !sum! to loot
through oar punt stock 0•11:•• yorel•Coll
BATON, IMIRIIII CO.,
j Ut3T 116tINLVISD...
MOHAIR lIPISIMMIT SAUDI
112, OTh? AND STEEL HILT RIMEL=
USIOX BICLTIZIO I
119171818 LE, BEAD AND ZUAW KITS, alibi
Together rithg aural iisecatuggit at can goodi
kept in • Trblizip% awn, Ut
MAORETA a ounnrs, -
TB Emu, VMS%
FALL (WOW 1
Jut repotted at
11201101 r &
so. ito straist ~NIP
pitaud bun offetil Wadi. an idiot tialtir
(lan of Irmdo and sumbliati. 431014
sail W. P.
NEW, 13001)8 I
We are mildn • •e. 7 Urge a:4 Wirosivi dad a
Now tarcocodati !
6c“.11 so BOMA SUMO LED ISONTACLII.
TIZ, lAI CI-E 3 I
A urge waskiity el EON' AHD 3ALZOIULT4
3 SIM, LIIAWIII.S, VIRZI PSI) WOO=
MILTS, 7BICISCH CWT . STS, =A a lap
Fmbredery, Braids, Fancy Goods, Bottom,
AT WHCLIBALS AND DETAIL.
ger We by .ly from FIRST HAIRS, •ad ta•
tato yarchnors to examiao oar goody bat= PnralV' .
Isg s:sewhcra. cs srs eqt: sell at tta LOWIST CAM
NIACRUNI & CLYDE.
&I SD LO V Icd,
RAW BILE 130:1k
vat. they will be sad at a
New Goods. Taney Poplinsl
Now Gocts rsocy Poplins
New Goods. rano, Poplins
Nev Goas. r.oe. Poplins
Efts. Ebto L..
Moak Sills, 1170. et
niped 1 1 / 4 plink
Block Efts. S7a. Striped Poplins.
Bieck Offlts. We. Striped Poplins
Elsck Wks, S7o. Stripod Poplins.
urn; . Valmont. DIM
f ammo. Bahoseals. Di mes
gtU zost/i iacs .
Bargusa. balmorall. Dosunsiks.
Circular. Curtain Minding. D aotsike.
°lraqi sr s Ourtsiu Maillni 0 ago fox Ir. w.
Olr on larwZurtalu "towns Dam
Circular. Cotten Ibulfor. D sm•s It • .
Ittasalea. Coburg.. raw Goods. ,
naralea. Coburg% Tem Goods.
Finales. Coburg'. Dm Goodly .
Idsat422. Ocburvi. "Heir Goads;
Ina a WI 11. ct
JOS. lIIORNE & CO
♦ comsat* stook o
Vt. If Alta vTrremraiter
Betmrsti resift sad lassmad
Oumpzieng, astotg others.
Of the latest atlas and In gnsat saddle
NO. 78 MARKET STPXET,
13.vsna TOCISIII AIM ruxcip.
ISZAL SILK HOD;
60151 4 1G5.A.ND WOOLEN HOODS
Hating ditetireetcod to qtilt keeptni the Ono
13 AR G AIN.
21 FIFTH STREET.
QUALL FARMS, SUBURBAN SITES
1.3 DCILDING LOTS AT =BTU! C81C68..
tin THURSO/Of MOBBING. Sept. silk. 1813, AS /0
o'clock, will be sold, on the remises. Dar ndlowing
19nburtsan Btu% Faros sad Building Loll in th e
'beantlfol valley of Turtle Creek, suboddided Boss
the wellsknown Allen Brown Term, Made at Tare'
tie Crock Station. on the Pe. B. B.:
Bon Si. 18.104.22.168 f t. 90 ere mem IMO fronting an
the Brad:ors Field Plonk Scat, and aztandog
back to Ttullo Creek, containing from 4 101 l acres
Sc,. 23 9,31.3 n, are dee loin lying botwmn the
Plank raid and Greombsvg Pike, containing (roll
ono vatted to one.en94.tolf acres each.
Nos. Si end II are two large lots above the Plank
Bear and Looting -tbdeun, containing 11 and IS
acres oath. •
Nos. 5,1. 10,14 m, 19 Si and 22 are eight late
fronting on tireensborg Pilo", and extending back
to TM nod aired, costaintogfroncnobalf amen" two
and • ball acres tech.
Bea. 8,9, IS, 111, 111 end 40 are elx.lod fronting
above on a et feet sines', andadning from three gnat.
tors to two acme each.
Be. SOL It and 15 are four lore lying in the bend
of Gmexuburg Pike, and having each two Banta
thereon, contulallog tram ode quarter to ons•Itall
Nos. 9, 3 and 4 are three lota fronting on Gomm.
hug Pike, mid extending bask to a 10 fast sage
oontstaleg odor one sure sob.
SIXTY BUILDING LOTS la the 'Moped Tare
tie Creek. hoeing 29 and 80 feet fronts, by dotted
NO and 150 feet, nod of than with inimoventalits.
lie. 25 is ono lot of about two scree, fronting on
Greeneburg Pike, 'Alarcon is emoted a two-story
Baca Uteri:. in goad condition. containing edgls.
teen moms. and dome a flourishing business.
One let directly uncoils. St feet front on Orannes
burg Poky, extending back 100 fest to a 20 bet altryi
salterecas ale ended one Brink and Stone Beildlnlye
*templed aa More and Dwelling. This stand ha
lam Lon iatablialted, and Is now doing slap beds
Of only and immediate secont, et iB kens% by Oaks
oral of the beet avenues leadleg to the_ city, and ett.
vats In • btaorte and Mundial: romantic lixailty,
no grounds in the county arc more dedrable La di.
ligentni ossuary reddennes, and tor kat and Tina
growing or gardening part/nes.
Pima can be obtained at We Auction 1/00334, 51
!tab street. The grounds will be abown to debate
by cilling . on D. H. Teeny, at Blearte Betel. Tuttle
Timms or Bait s —Oneolifer auto ; the barns it
four equal nevi yerkmaits, sectual by bond and .
lacmaston.—J, Special Train for hes one.
mance to tea Er.ands aid bath, will both lbw
Pennsylvania Pawnor DWI, Lib sty Janet. at 9
o'clock Malady, Otf ritortang uf sale.
esla DA US it EIIaILW4I.II7II. Mieres.
lidetlfbt.thliS Man& .Nre/LII OAK
LADD STATION.—On BATDEDLY ALITSB.
MON, inyz. 19th. at 3 o'clock,. will be geld.= the
p •osadiene, m Peebles townenly.part of the the
labs David Lyrah, Le. adJomtr.g the middies Of
D. IL PreU k, Brp , end within ten minute. walk al
It. Oakland Station. Ornate on the against EDI
Tosaillep End, 'blob IN SA Ca 1111.1 1 .00 from reall•
apivsnia aresusof &cad street, Luna/Mita/ at 7
Vl* innerly is subdivided into tom bend/woe
stud loth for anbtrben resid=me, containing one
and two acs ..ch. 11th wide fronts on thi road,
and abundant anyyty of goof ente r. Then Isis creepy ?nu of the way float eitketbeili
in this adeeirahle nalrbbarhood—ban Liberty, °ski.
land, and the "slim of the Allegheny;
elm, the adesatep of the purest atm bed.
tag Ude herelity nowhere aurysas.d for
Tbe teddy of altmalon, convenience to the: l Z
and eleptabalty of Ina grOundLltrall
make these lots desirable etr nantruthen home pea
irlll be told ettlartogethsr.or nelPt &Mod,
71W ar gazn—artentdsd 'crab; residue In one
sad two rem with Lateran, thattred by bawl and
will be now shows to viatica by cal.
lug at tie ruble= of eira Llnthi an the nsmbs,
self DAVIS kideIIsWAUSIL /LIAM.
Li_ AM= 00N, Sist IDIL, IS
o'dodc. wal be sold, tbe-Coitrandid Sam Ba=s
di nth tout, poi Boasahold randtare, aimelid•
lag Dew Coma IlsbDPzur HI& fat. @am Ku
hogagy Ebb WA* Mae &at MAIM 8g
Sim Loewy Vinzar dr.4 eccretaa,
oil maws, Glrixodolos, Yalta Lump%
ginolltdstssodoMds — MWdailltadV ^mm " l,ot. `
want *oh Berakhin Wad, ilitcluds lab. Jos
Gh.L_Guner 001 , Alta= Tahoe; Mown,
Triutks, cnt erall.nt oSoking Skin!
el turd% Ming Rumi
MAIND. llelf, Kitchen lozaltdel6 .'
e DAVIS a MaII. /MM
8 .66 -
'DBE WANTBD.—A Ecicat ,
Bur g as. competent to take charge 02 a Ittodetyk
and oho an feratek eat'afe"tay totlesoatebe nay,
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