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ANDREW G. CURTIN. of Geo We.
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DANIEL AGNEW. of neaTtsf.
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JOHN Y. DRANO..
The Negroes at roit Iladscia.
The pro-slavery Copperhead riewsParrat
Bast and West, have been triumphantly
quoting some espressiomi of CoL Greenleaf,
of the 62d Blaesachusetts Regiment, In
which they found a denial of the bravery
of the negro soldiers at Port Hudson. CoL
Greenleaf, it appears, has been misrepre
sented. Be has written a letter to the
Chicago .Timer contradicting the statement
that he had ever dented the bravery of the
negro soldiers, as the journals aforesaid
alleged. Re believes the employment of
negro soldiers perfectly right, just as their
coiluet has been-courageous; but he has
ter - reason to believe that they "fought like
devils," performing waders, either with
the bayonet or their "teeth." Cot. Green
leaf might have saved himself the trouble
of a long defense, by referring to the report
of Gen. Banks.
A Rebel Colonel on Pence."
A story was published some days since,
In a morning paper of this city, says the
New York Doting Post, representing
Col. R. C. Rill as telling Gen. Custer, under
a flag of truce at Fredericksburg, that
" there would, soon be peace," adding cer
tain swami in support of this prophecy.
The whole of this statement, as was sup
posed at the time, turns out to be film.
The Richmond Sustissi, of the 16th inst.,
published a card from Col. Robert C. HMI,
of the 48th North Carolina 'regiment, in
which he says that he had aninterriew with
Gen. Custer, as stated, on the 18th of . Au
gust, but that it lied reference to picket
aringoppostte Fredericksburg, and nothing
at all was said as to peace. Colonel Hill
aI am opposed to peace on any terms
short, of a submission of the Federal" to
such terms as we may dictate; which, in
my opinion, should be Mason & Dizon's
line as boun dary, -the esalusive navigation
of the Mississippi below Cairo, fall indem
nification for ail the peyote stolen and
property destroyed, therestorstion of Fort
ress Monroe, Jefferson, Key West, and all
strongholds whiob may have fallen into
their ontoiuring the,war. If they
are unwilling accede to these term., I
propose an indefinite continuanoe of the
< war until the now existing fragments of
the old Union break to please from mere
rottenness and watt of cohesion, when we
will step in as the only tiret-olaas Vower of
the western herolsphercy and take posses
sion of the pieces as eubjugsted end con—
These are the people who are to be con
ciliated by soft , word', and who would at
once lay down their arms upon the with
drawal of our armies from among them.
Tim Issue—Democracy Venus Cop.
In 'letter from New York to the Phila
delphia Prue, last week, Mr. Foal=
writes : " I found much interest as to the
probable vote et Philadelphia and the Bast-,
ern counties in the coining election. I
told them that the loyal men were fully up
to the good work, and that I believed Phila
delphia, Chester, Delaware and Lancaster,
would surpass themselves. But Thai of
Berke, Northampton,-Lehigh,, York? That
is a question for the loyal men in those
counties. It is clear that the Copperheads
rely open heavy votes in their strongholds
to overbalance loyal-communitier, audit is
notorious that their chief dependence in
produeing this result is theeystem of false
hood and terror to which they hive ?Mort
ed. What are loyal citizens doing to cor
rect and defeat these schemes? If they
are in a minority it is no reason for au
pitmen. They Amid, indeed, work with
all the more zeal to reduce the heavy ma
jorities only given to embarrass the Gov
ernment and to protract the war. Is
Dia every one of the heap counties allu
ded to, including. Berke, rose indignantly
against the shameless treachery and pro
scription which- produced Ms war. Le
thal year we detested Disney Sone', and
elected good old Schwartz to Congress, and
we also defeated - Qweri Jones= and elected
John' Mood. 'Every One of the 'potent
preponderating Demooratb counties_ felt
the shook, and ito Majority was tither re
versed or gretitty. nut tiown:r. York, extent
_ the strongest of thole •.1114114 101411
was shaken !min its herders to.its heist by,j
the bold Masai therovolCut Democrats,
and the bolder treason of the Buchanan
parasites. Surely, that whichthen stirred
so many Desecrate is not now,indifferent
ly remeadatreil? Surely, the crimes whioh
succeeded and were born of this treason
are not to be overlooked and forgiven?
And surely, the men who rebuked Buchan
an for his yams cannot now sympathize
with , Jefferson Davis? These are quee -
Ilene that men must answer to their con
eoleziewrand their God: Do you notice hew
the Neer York Herald excoriates the Cop.
porta& because they were so deadfall
ly siaughtsred is Maine?
Jae is s
Th Is the re
dassentrof cruelty. Is ' tabbbi g a
dylog friend. Bat it tents anlthew moral
and administers another lesson. '
The citizen m e e tin get in Platte county,
Miseearl,"for the ikuteiderstion of the ques
tion of emancipation, vas very lonely it,-
tended. The speakers participant; in the
Miamian were those most linguished
for their hostility to emancipation in former
times: Of these, CoL James N. Burnes was
promthent, who spoke for an hour in favor
of the immediate abolishment of slavery in
Missouri. flu position was sustained by
the meeting, although hoe Morin opposed
As proposition._ eresolution favoring the
cell of a sew Convention's. Tossed, when
the meeting adjourned: , This is one:of the
most remarkable revolutions tnpoltllo sen
timent ever witnessed la any amts
'Platituantakr leas always.beearnost
opposed to emancipation ba Any fem.'
wag; st one ittlitylbuipliallta a fn. State
man to liveutterinet to his -sentiments in
thst ssintp /I is s weaitby ecumunity.
Mar of thealsitili.ar• or !.111070 1140
slalalteldere. tt irskat 00 this, the hams
prowess 'lrat h e,defence of
VidariPS the 4141,
WWI MIS liWah et stia
Woodward on Two Hones.
'ln the official report of-the debates in I
the Constitaticall Convention of 184 vol.
10, pp. 16.24, a speteh-is to be toned, made
in that body by Judie Woodward, thepres
ent Democrat'''. cendidate for Governor of
Pentutylnala, width Es in snob striking
contrast with that dellrend by him in 1860
in Indepradnee tonere, that we desire to
all attention to it. We quote some ca
• Wberaver the stn of letneg the diameolas AM
MO, or tearing lilts from his be= and county. and
euryloghlas loth hopele,a bmdage In • rthdant lend.
Unit Os door of England And Uttalawir sell hes
reavited. or Is to remit to the colored pride or the
=alter of this country, from tits inwitution of doe
mettle elan*. and the pansy. among as of brut
liwelem - of &Enid= and Wretched libelee It 6 1,0
ly chlirgenble to the intim= pUic of that Brit
II e?.olunies deshei participation in thb nee
, futons Crab, thi ware eulusbed. by the elutwußal''
deg istrumenny of the mothercounti.
• And this Wig. so di/graceful to England end ro
inlariout to the adonies—en Penn& IVY olkerkt
to Whew. and to =cadent bibitter fret el pre no—
eras ithe of the atm wtdch finally bound the wile
anise t 3 throw off their alleglanos to area Britain."
.The herniation was not Pt fought—theta' lob-
Poideno. was not yet establblied—when the 'Old
Dominion' and the Mare 'Soutane' of the Federal
web extingnisted forms vitt= their borders the
neferleas train in hum= flesh..
"Los Zuglarid'a ;anion dwell on her °entreaty
connection with slavery is every pert of the vorK,
L. t them andempleta the hap aln which rests upon
her consciencar • • • "She ameba= tun
fr m th.ir homes, to Africans or eaten =Winos of
henna beings. and carded them my fete hopekos:
emery. If the Inn*, tutted of al4ilradding to
their guilt by attempts tadiwedie our Union, and to
milks their litottles; wen to enlighten, chitin :
and dirtetteelst th e renteinhig Wilkins= the cone
nun% of Africa, they would scarcely atone for the
&ego end unutterable Waite tuflided on that Ms
by the pressrun= of )
the else trade.
"They (t =gross were excel upon us. They '
cuts not as he
the primitive Weald, time.
u rtg a ll
for liberty. but noniron their oaths son bylli
rapacity, they WON brought hell elm."
Is the great excellence sad beauty of our rye.
ton that it Is founded on the =sent of the savag
ed, e 3 that, sibilance and fidelity resat ea netwoary
M n N t= ;s a d e a n t d Bu t ,
a e l n e t , anudt byhn*g =
paw resented, and their preen= hers, el
wee procured by tonal sad Lacs, weld not be con.
thread Into an adoption of lb. country. or en swabs
came in ire tonne of govern reset. They wwebnught
hers to be slum an not freeman."
"The act of 1710, Ed= stiollehrl slavery to Peon
sylvan's, wall • proud atonement to the tonne
pal oy of the Stets. It veined out the 'stain of
slavery. which Tog and had left on our soil. and con
ferred on the nog o what be had not Wore enjoyed—
d ell fr.siont. Lt secured to him those civil rights
to which he In common with ell otberbumen beings,
of whatever clime or complexion had an inallerniele
title. and reshot he aver ought to have been de.
eqfzr the minified unit which connect thentealue
with the black population of this country—slavery,
abolitionism, questions if suffuse, end ell—there is
Taney. Its colonisation. The capote tidal
to Africa—they were cruelly torn from =et country,
and U they coold now be returned to their father
a o n a ,
t w o t a h a t n h d e
?elision,, c i t v he l i s r . ad a e t nd
mgh t gFhn ra
bleed= to the benighted =Moe s of that .onuse=s"
belie= the unto nu to be =Able uf f'
gamine. et. Undoubtedly they deserve chased te
net= freedom, and, with proper =nose see ape
ble of enpriiig It. - And, sir, verily do I tel eve that
the much wronged penli of the south would odd to
nut of emigratioe gradually aboildileff
my. and sending noir lecke to Africe, so that we
hope that our cauirty wend gee the day when
Wray on her soil word be extinct...
Such sentiments as these, spoken by Ho
publicans or Union men, always bring upon
those who utter them the reproach of abo
lition, from Democrats. How it happens
that Demooratto politicians can give them
vent and yet be the very champions of con
servatism, is one of the puzzles of partisan
ship:. Judge Woodward was a leading
member of the Reform Convention, and by I
no means a quiet one. He made speeches
on most of the exalting topics before that
body, and he spoke with remarkable free-
dom. So he still has a habit of doing, as
will be seen by the following extracts of
hie speech In Independence square:
-.Everywhere In the South the people an beep
sing to look out for tie mesas of self-debnos. o.eli
It be expected that they would be indifferent Wench
Kenn se bare oismuu r That they would stand
idle and ate means convened and carried forward
for the annihilation, sooner or later, of their pm.
petty to elm? Such expectations, ff tedulged, are
"When you combine all In we glowing picture of
unbend prosperity. remember that cotton, the pro.
duce of due Mu, has been con of the Indisperisthle
elements of tot prorpetity—it moot be an indis.
peroableelement In ad our future prupwity. I say
"2h3 law of self-deka= Includes tights of pro.
rn m I t ho s' we .
ii . o a rlif: 0117"
I. irrepressible, - wt M r " ). suireholders may
folly fit back on their natural rights, and wept= in
defence of their property whatever moans of protec
tion they posters 7 or can command. They who push
on the, conflict hue coneissed one or more Southern
States that It hat slresiy come.
"The providence of that good Ding who be
watched aver m from the beginning end said lia ,
tram exterui Wes, been ordered our Internal
nose es to soak* negro slavery as incalculthie Wow- I
log to us: te bonier will study the Patriarchal and
Levi ton wit we the rinole of ha
divinely sanntatied If not p divinely
'here could hardly be a stronger contrast
than is afforded by the spirit of these ex-
tmota. In leas he spoke of slavery as
4 4) nefarious traffic in human flesh," a
"huge sin," as having introduced among us
large masses of degraded and wretched
blade," as a "stain," an "evil," and as in
liming "deep and unuttersbli injarissa",cni
the African , red; as depriving the negro
of rights to which he had an inalienable
title, .ko. In 1860 the same person delib
erately mounts a rostrum in Independence
Square, within a short distance of the spot
where he had spoken thuiof slavery, and
told an immense audience that Providence
had made - "negro slavery en incalculable
blessing to us," that "It must be =indis
pensable element in all our fixture. prost
parity," and that "Inman bondage is 111-.
vine ly sanctioned, if not divinely ordain,
ed." Going further' than these mere ab 4
sued = deolarstions, his Independence,
&Fere speech; it - will be 'deterred, fully
i jastitles the South in rebellion under exist-
Lug cirocunstances--that is, in their spirit
and intention. He said that they had
right' to rebel, that the time had arrived
to do It; that it was purely seltdefenee
with the rebels; and that it was not en
potted that they could, in the nature of
things, pursue any other course.
in 1888 Judge Woodward spoke the sin-
I core sentiments of his heart and brain. He
was then young, and having been Maned
up amid free institution_s, he was true to
them. But since that period he has
borne s leader in a great political party.
lie his been a candidate for 'United States
Senator, hag reached the dignity of a Jusl
Iles of the Supreme Court of TennsYlvania,
and been very ambitious for higher honors,
Which, in his judgment,can only be reach
er by pandering -,tri this southern cense.
The - .truth io,lhat.the tendency - of-Judge
Woodward's mind Is, always to-run Into
extremes. .oe. the slavery question he ime
eircueinavigaus4 the political arm. and.
on the natura li sation question , he ha s delta
about the same. in 1838 herr= a nativist
ant; anti staves!. In 1881Ae is.pro-slave
ry, and bitterly anti-native. In 1888 he
thought and boldly said that the negro had
born torn Isom his African:home by fraud
and vicious°, and consigned to hopeless
bondage; hilt in-common with all other
Wogs of whatever clime and complexion,
he had BM inalienable title' to chit rights,
of which be ought never to have been deo
prived ; that they are capable of self-gov
ernment, deserve civil and religions fed
dom, and with proper culture are capable
Of enjoying it.
In 1860 ha considered negro slavery an
incalculable blessing, an Ludbpensable
element in all fast, prosperity.; that bun.
man bandage was, divinely sanctioned, if
not divinely ordained, and that the slave
holders had a right to rebel in its defence.
In both cases it will be gum that Judge
'Woodward wu an eitrinnist, and that is
the natural ohaticter of his mind. We
call** attention of the ,people of Penn
sylvania to these entreats, as illustrating
more-forcibly: than anything we can say,
the peculiar dander of the , man miscon,
the Democrats have nominated for Gov-
ernes of Pennsylvania. as
does, that the Bouthlai ita3datustfor
Wien; that the slaveholdere were justi
fiable it their course, and that the war , on
the part of the South is simply - Glee I
defence, what kind of a Governor would he
make for the great. State. of Pennsylvania
in thiserisis ? ' Worild he totport a dishes;
ta widoklais sympathis<are,entirely against
the national government? How (mad bet
: ofis Pawnor Of.llo Busts.-Is be sulking
fait that aoTiVases's masatpsoolamatios is
digaidnis !besot Of Agarlosa lidepeadno•
the 1111hP - 211•AhWilor ividatlyniptipi
Gelitis /4 -1 "*WIII"t
'Profiken Joimpa. ,
The Truth Sharpiy //pokes.
Earl - Emelt is hearing s little of the
opinion width the world at large will en
tertain of his resent letter, when he eon
tenni that the Government of England has
not power to stop its own citizens from
warring upon nations with width England
is at peace. The London Burr, taking, up
this shameful avowal, which exposes the
had faith, as well as the week character of
the Government, says:
"The letter is an invitation to shipbuild
ers to sot the law at defiance. Itb &proc
lamation to all the world that tho Govern
ment of Great Britain Mutable to prevent
Us subjects going to war upon their own
private account with nations against whom
the GovernMentbas no caws of complaint
If this is to be our attitude, in future we
shell be treated as Obi in the common
wealth of natione; sit a neat of privateer
!adep t unirorthy of the style and title of
agent power, and deserving neither sym
pathy noir quarter at the hands of Others
when the weakness of the AdMinistration
involves us In hostilities."
'Berl Ittutsell wUI not have to wait for
future history to record this verdict, nor a
long time for the effects of his own conduct
to recoil upon his own country.
The flax crop in Pennsylvania this year
will be larger thap ever before raised in
this Mate, and hiquiries are made as to
the best means of disposing of it. One of
our exchanges advises the farmers, after
threshing out the seed, to stack the straw
carefully, protect the stacks with boards,
or • good thatch, and await the coming of
customers, who will appear between this
sad the close of the year. It is import
ant that the straw be kept dry, otherwise
it will rot, and the ,flbre be destroyed.
From present appearance, there is no
doubt that there will be a demand for every
ton of flax raised, and farmers will do
well to preserve all their straw in good
condition. The preparation of fibre had
better be left for those who mete that their
special business. In view of the inerette•
leg importance of flax, consequent upon
the suspension of cotton growing, we ad
vise our inventive readers to examine and
see if they cannot produce improvement'
in tin dressing 'machinery. The field for
this class of inventions seems to be • good
Tits LAZE ItASZL CONTRACT.—The eon-
tract for construating a tunnel under Lake
Michigan for the purpose of obtaining
water from the lake for the city of Chicago,
has been awarded to Messrs. Dull & Gowen,
of Harrisburg. The bid of the firm was
$816,189. Ae the specifications, however,
do not make the lake cribs so high as It is
scrpposed it will be necessary to build them,
say from three to fire) amds, an addition
al price of $B5O per each foot of height
that each crib is incresaed, and twelve
cents 'per pound for each additional pound
of out Iron cylinder, Is stipulated and
agreed upon.—Harrisburg Telegraph.
Ins World, conoladLug et long attack
upon the Gorernment, audaciously ex
claims, "if this be resign, make the most
of IL" The World hue already mode se
much of it as. it dares. But why should it
quote Patriot Henry's words to illtustrate
its abandonment - of his principles 7—Phila.
THE ALLEGHENY GT ANA&
TIO ASSOCIATION will bold •pnerel
molting of Iffenasen sod members on Tab (Tors.
dos) immure. at TY. o'clock. Eritrea of vital
ttsportanco to tlue ArsoctsVon will be submitted
es 4 le JAIL NARBHALL. Pim%
riZpIiOTICE 18 HERESY to the tub
e:nem to ths Moak of "Ills Odd Fellows'
rasa Ass.fatten. of Tenturanerstdo,"slat sn u
wassurnt of tss pat cult. tad been lasted upon Os
stock sabseribstl, paysbis to ths Irtanuer, Si Tao.
Practoutila on or before the tote Dkr Or OCITO.
818. ISOI. sod a Ilks snout assay thirty days
tbssestor, until the stook ts psfd
By order of tko Board.
JOHN D. DIOHAUDe, Peorstary.
On/CE 01 Pts.ssoitos Gas COIIIITa
nth totezber. ISM f
.The PI bath Gas Compete ire hereby
milled that ao elcrok for three Yrrotees, to terra
for the term of thr e ee years, and of one Tyndale to
terra for the term of two yews, will be bald at Pb.
Mot of the 0 lapaay, In lb. Olt) of Pitlaborgh,
as the Tian Ittifilltalf sth dal) OW oorossu
niXT, between the hours ( et 9 a n d 5 oclock p. to.
sell: tirds 1111. OHBIOTf. Irreeramr.
JUSoBl3—jurors summoned to
ottood h tt. Coon of Quitter &nano on
1141ID0Y DIX?, are busby
atlondszoo will not bp regalr roottoing bml•
guns of Lb* tom tom ll:lmbed.
By tbo oourL WM. A. MUM. Clark.
Plttsbisnesient. 18.1863. , soltEllt
Ttr - AIL UNION kIEKTINGeriII be held
at MAP'S MILLI', Maar towntt.lp, on
EVESIDO. 25tb loatard, at G) o'cleak.
/Wrung vOl ba dallutrad by OoL J. D. CLAW.
Col. T. IL DitINII and Dr. A. IL GROWL
ONi UNION hiESTINO will be held
at KICATIISG'O, 1u PBBBTSYILL.L cn
WIDS24ITht &pt. Stitt.. at 4 o'clock p. m. M
arton will be &Hurd by JOHN B. IinEPTON.
Cbl. BAIN& and aches alined
UNION MINITING will be beld
wv " al Align 80196N1 HOIIL, It Dom 06 . k.
WIDNIIBDIt. folt.4l3d.at 6 arolcck p. se. Ad
dressor 6111 b. Mims& Iq Ocd. T.ll. BSIHI, CoL
3.D. KIDD 50,7acaiwron ta.tHIN6.I O I.. WM.
DwilslB, Jr.. Voq » sod otboos. melted
(0' UNION MAIM hiBETING.-A
Gm 1 Union Wass Nesting of the loyal piayb
Of Pittsburgh will to WS at NOR &DT RILL,
Nom* Oran. batty Grant, TRUBSIDAT MTN
MG, Dept. 24th, at o'clock. Addresses .111 ba de
limit! by Bar. JOHN DOUGLAS, D. D., H or. J.
Z. SLORRIAD, TROD. N. DISE WALL, Rtq.,
and other+. ,
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p. as. la WILIELVS HALL, utters arrtotranunts
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TIMOTHY SEED-100 - bsgs to arrive
"' a for teak"! DIOSZT Al CO
TALLOW VIL--12 bble. to wive by
rulittal sad tot tole by
WO INAIAH DWI/1M k On.
LOST—At laAlars. Puss; containirg
-1-• Tim*/ nalaft la Gums:mat DUO, 'caw
Inas le Tempennestitio or on Jones' Yea) Boat.
The Doti* w.,* of the dif.f nalastion of foss. A no
waft of &fa golf= will to paid tax lufMoro to
TUN 01/110E. usiflslt
piirTERNB 1 PATTERNS I —Just re
ceived Clam Nam leak, Wait ItYlso of
SALL PATTERNS STAMPING AND DRAIDTNG.
At the bnizeb of Jr= Demonist.
P. Z. TONE?, 9T Oldo 'bat.
TO THE TOAD],
SHAKLI, CLOAKS, &c.
The latest faabloas slow' on band earl
on y. 01.01 bnet 8 0 .
11-10521 . 10 . ate mai* in any sßO.ate, quantity,
mB," to soy daises' piton.
idtbr WERTZ. 01E1 00.
TO TEM MIDI, • 030101 LOT or
MOVE DE LAMES,
LT • SIMI, AMNON, OH E OTANI PlllOl5.
wen L 02U I CO
TO TELE TOADS.
good anortinent of French Dderi.nOW,
with calm Dirt lioods, at a anuol oilmann on coat.
%B ore. ORR ha)
PRINTS, BHUSTINGS, hc,
WHITE, ORB & CO.,
be. S 5 MTH BIBILIT,
as,. br mg* as onntaally largo stock of
LI VERN LOW PlllOlB
WHITE, OAK & CO,
No. f 6 PATH antarr,
Mrs for mils toss very chat=
Broeha, Cashmere end Fine Wool Shawle
wairiv 130111 LnNI AND I QUARIO
W JUTS, ÜBS a CO.,
No. 2b rasa tirßilif.
Have tar cols a large friprtmfrat of
Black and Colored Dress Uinta
Plato. Plaatai. Wiped i Plaid—mu •afobep.
QUA IN PHILILDELPLII.A, for so.
count United Matta
On 13ATCHDAIT HOll/11120, Sept. 26th, at 10
teltt..k, at the titers. .111 tut tete, P Alto
thno. tor ssco u.t of Veiled nitre, Ivo 18514
4111,111 r MATS. tor itoasttd sett 1,000 MM.
. ItEtINTL'IIrB OOATSi 6:00 P.tIED WOOL
1110881188, utorts4 psronsotory,
Tat6l.ll wh. H. rflonau it 80E8, "
tem re tad 141 8-nth 4th etroot.
THE A.IUSLY OF THE POTOMAC.
B3HIEID TU NINES!
A Wry of unwritten bleary, from the orontratien
of oh. limy by AI &Arden to d• &ow of die Oun•
pica tu Witg , nls. about the And di, of January.
0181. Sr Armed f. Cadlscran.turgeon of tbellttfrb
Resident gibroonslia Val:intern, liessasy's Cll Di
vision. Price 117. for SUP ty
oHI J b. also. 7$ 'North drat.
BRITANNIA AND BRASS WORKS.
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
OiI.PLIIKOTO to Orrin Benton.)
Usseoettro - o of oevroa rneux,s, mugs. all,
1.40411111, owl • Font vide? or
monolog. Moo, OAR/308 OIL LLIIP 00114.710
N 111.131553 pnoroli, No. 10 fiend
Bob i goat tar IL n. Ihrart's Cialabroted
Glazed and Unglazed Spool Cotton.
liarost—FALL BITILB, Mara.
Alplit Calif:TM/LI, DIAMOND Minn,
MATSU . , DDSTODI ADD mars SPOOL
Cu. MTH ASP MADJCS2! ara. 44.
Tb. wholatalo trade eopptita I. quantW to
M4M4by th• eon or lire. rellaom
FLAGS I FLAGS! FLAGS I
HOUSES, POLES, COMPANIES, &0.,
BUNTING, fitIIBLIN OR BILK,
ill sims, tuna nu. INOILLS TO ILYTT ItICIT,
►S pm* or
PITTOOIO3 WS DEPOT,
Mill BMW, °PPM= set roar onus
F u. 013114-111 4 .1. Ulf 188 a.
ItCCOXICI APPLI TILU.
/41111 S". 3 0 3. 4 sad 5 pus 514 todaalag 4114144
old 1•4414 rarlatlts, and aukoy um cute
Also. a iron tins stock of 41:53. titastbut 431
44443) Quinsy, eistol.PLUO. xvisouns.
snaps MID 03,4131111TAL TIM& yMtll,
OBSPa VIN 3. 511103113, 03111211101352
PUNT!, tn. to.. vrbOaselikood Man st von ter
13,,,,31 + 41'3*. JOUN =anon. Ja,
W 5.440:1P - folttibpia Ind Oaleatal
rff - 1101011 lAMATION•FOR A FAG
'da Tost.—A tot et crowd at Online &nab the
ISMertle‘aboat be bit") bit dap;
to tag water Ilea with rod. railroad 1114 fluor
etiabeatioatioo; tar tab. at PrPlislai imibd
• apply taL GUMS 1148011 is Zit. et roanb
a • -1 JUL= S. CHAT?. Trots%
• swath, HtuidStraot;
MEW GROCIBRIES. •
acci bus BID OAK
• •Llntad. Awn: •
'CO Ma. lArrolairs, Won, Vs)!
surre. Bodies ittnr Golan Ihroje
bbia btbi. N. o..ltersin •
ID den tekm. •41.1 by US ID AISIMBIa;
101511-40 bble. No. - 31arge Mackerel;
- IRO dt bbla. do. floodouo 0 1 1
. , N to . An
Tehilf 6114 4 W11011111 1 ;
- 10 .do la. Heft
I.* etacepoi l o. au •
seri WANT'S WIMPY. in Motto Isnot.
ItiOURNINO, BATA IaDTTEEL AND
es ; '
motrasxve grevilorib,ascemite. _
zetraNure. ureNzbtatu AU
ito&Ert 'rata° amps-
• IA .. 13 arced irt:
11BIATING I BICIATiNG I—leather 190
Om &Wag ; abo, -o.w
WOW., slop to tutatrit Sr sada ot. r
rat - - if IL rartaltra.l
rrindUntrati4oiii B3olll,4l i
l itl iarr tw riaM % ea I"
Jr z w .11D
.; ; ; ; ; ;
TEU , SEtta, FOR TUE CURR of
Hernia or Rupture cured
Hernia or Rupture cured
Hernia or Rupture cured:
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rttp ure cured
Hernia or Rupture cured..
Rupture or Hernia cured
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or/Hernia cured
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Marsh's Radical Owe Truss. -
Ritter'e Patent Tram
Dr. Banning's Lace or Doly . Brace
for the mare of Prolama I. tan, Piles
Abdominal and Ezpinil Weakeeteea
Dr 8. D. Pitch's Silver Plated Sup
Pile Drops, for the support end cure
ElastiO Stockings, for woskAnd Tar
Elastic Knee Caps, for steak knee'
Ankle Supporters, for weak knee
Self-Injecting Syringes; also, every
kind of DyringeL
Dr. KEYSER has also a Truss which
will radically cure Hernia or Rapture.
Clr Office at his Drug Store, No. 140
WOOD Siam, sign of the Golden Mor
tar. Persons writing for Trusses should
send the number of ladies around the
body, immediately over the rupture.
DS SKIMS will gin big tooroond attention to
du 6341*a:ion of 'Tromso in aenits and statism.
and be to eatiaflod that, with an expesiorece of twin
ty yeses, ha will be enablad to ewe satisfaction.
szt.y.rßi LOSING STRINGED.
Bt i reJscause naps :14.
011it4N.11,07320 STRINGIS, of every kind.
Bold at Dr. LEYBEEI:B. 'AO Wcoo EL
613B#11MBORT SLIM/ GZ$,
BUBP=OBT Rani Loss.
I dossallersat ktals,
♦ dessa digortal kinds.
A d Menai lila&
• d sea tillEsccnt kinds.
At Di, KTYBRB:B, 110 WOOD Emus
HAVING ENTERED INTO A 00-
PAI/616351117 POE ?M BALI 0/
Boys' YOnthi & Children's Clothing,
it. wooed to offer to ft* yulitto it. of tn.
largest and Nat sainted viola that baa mr beak
opsnod s ,fa this comp tstag Eltit OP ALL
USIA fot Dias sad Wuxi, sod Is Om trots I to
IS loin. It telog our purport always to keep 011
bud a tarp mad Tarbid auxitm®t ossaufactated by
Qs but bower In Nry Telr end Boma, WI ass
walling that lam effertaduatectsata
Attica to any Eastern Houses,
And al Oats just a remdmabla.
GRAY & LOGLIN,
Pot Ms proud occupying part o 1 flora
Na 19 Finn Smut
MALL AND WINTER GOODS.--We
06 dads, to izi tar Meads and the rano pa•
atallf;that we hats mobil oar
PALL AND W1E213 82001,
Offlapdatm oiverrldap eats maw and delbubla
our Dos. souslotlat la put of 800TCII, 0111VOIT,
HAMM 003T1111112/Li OOASIIO.i TAW
Mao of Mad, Timm 11017 and other
CIUMINIZA, baladlag a lap .roam at IS
PANG! 74340111 AID 1007011.0AE8UNABI%
DALAI AND 00L01111) CLOTEB la, lad* In
an private to mita up to ardor to it. bast and
taut taaboallo des sad fah. bat manna?.
2 11111011118? TAILIB9.
NC,. 19 oirrn ErrREsT
IMPORTANT TO RAILWAY OOS.
PARISS. MILL 011=611:4111
w. Ma Wed.! sad tan toopMero4 soar lb.
/INN= ofusaw latesSon LI tt.taliaobMm. at
-Lubricating and Paint
okimmind imam= saran° Rte, dod c
oder and cemsumd to pita, Dodo and &row
OM SWIM A. II sad 0 rapodhey, of
td and giddy LUBBIOATING
Interior thaw lubricators bare bun tate, tbq
bon btot•yroatuocod grotty otorrtor to ;my of the
Probelaccels;sly ailed ID Ut• market. •
" 1." or tut quality. lo 001E01 to tab lb.
Mooed tbo bed kora Otli ea tor Ina QM cotton.
orto too or other, sumbloory. Who a P." ortd gary
tr. tor refloat sod other IRi li:obtain ;Sala tbo
•u;' or 84 qtaltry.tor troy and owes irddoiti
T he PAIRS las ..broa,tortal by ismarous
Potetins ntbbtcl;yotod ,ortmd lo lot 6,40564 0.
*Maio botta TlimootOil. Lobed mtoy Polntrro
.014, is $ ootlLled proOtnaco. •
now. 0110 aro now ext•statioty manstottorrtt it
,IGurelos Labrlo 011 Wocka.
• U atts poems Is selostf Is aid mltbem. aorta:vs
an rev cn tbs lustfosuszosasse, M tliess roanalidel
equivalents of pas and flausodo . ll ♦ pia sisAlk
Usk is •rsii4 - '
''Cr u4s.sg Ay , . no ?awyrecraare, consad
6 PaliN001; BALL PI
ma OENTELbSOAILD OP tDIJOL,
TIM et Watt Pttleleasit, yid' to mare
t ernbtes s mulatto T 34 AO Ilia, to supply •
maw Is the -Wat ts d 'Wei' Oildiattis
ter the psalms temaged_ _tome as maim.
Until Ilia iriNatty b eh* big !nachos:—
thassar t (Saw
Mali MANN Algetew Oscratary. Manila Que.
why sad Latta through William , aa, sad
COO" Ths cutattadltitt sill take ,
mace 1110111RATe Oatobtritt. 14 M.-
Nalizisllso pm less et tesrstatts.
tq ardiesl tlek Dead • • .
raft a. imun or fury
; E 0 lb di. P. a. Bow I
lids Cobs ' do;
• .•itl Obb. moduli Cbseild dos
21. do, firsoilatod
T 6 'do '1 mad B
60 Ldo-..4 dratoes drop;
Ito do Qiidsd . do, dascoo bzudg.
- 111 flop Ilkiocdrid"
tom Medal Taboos. •-' •
VD b Ilkdioto T 00414 11 104 • • • •
Ma *it imposes% de Ni W
na" meat lOWA
o WATT Is. _
N °bops 1
We ars read:tea • very lugs len4 azter.sive 'leak of
ectopdster, arum others,
Baal u 110 D 3, NUBIAS ithD SONTAG/.
T - RJINEMINC+ 6I
Of tke West st)let ►c! Istgreat mkt,
A Urge o- oath of DO OP AND DATAIDDAS.
SpITS, TB&Wili9; Irian &MD WOOLIEN
HMIS, FBlll2oa 00113DTS. sad • bap iapply
I'mbredery, Braids, Fancy Coods,Notlons,
AT WSOLIBLLD AND DIITAIL.
W. bay aav tom WEST HAMA a 1 tn
fits putztostri to sistran• oar goolt totoro probsilm
tog erowb. moo vs will sell of tL. LOW 113? adfflr
ACRUM & CLYDE,
NO. 78 iiIRKIIT EiTIINGT,
Ernmrs Vomit . AND DILI=
J. W. BARKER gr. Co.'s,
59 Market Street.
cua 61008. 15 NOW
TUB CHEAPEST IN THE WEST
11111r001111THY BiISOBAI73, DIMING 1011
ales. ♦Bl =TIT= TO LIAM= OU3
GOODS AND OOMPAIIN PING=
W. or. new preload to exhibit to oar tattamme
an of the WWl= AND NCAT ALUMNI AB'
FALL DRY GOODS 1
Tat nestled at oar airw Stare Loom. Carr stack
will be to romprtee all the tow sad durtreblo Plebs
sad Stripes to
POPLINS, REPS & VALENOLIS.
Olf ALL 00L0115 AND DIMON&
At every price, from Onions% op .
An tamsfectorei Co the prereters, from the Utast
sod most destreble Imam return; sod et pica
math lower this' Latent.
norszincipiss , GOODS, D 011131103,162.
NINON" 00BUBC13 sad DI LLlflltd, et
13 .ah.'W 3311
21 FIFTH STRES c.
HOSIERY AND GLOVIIe,
. M. Burchfield's,
001 TON HCMIII37I
SAW BILK NOM
90NT103 11621D.WOOZEIS HOODS.
Mott' dattotatood to Galt kentos OM
pas. thry yin bt s
BELTON ) & CO.)
Nos. 17 and 19 Fifth Stied,
talc& Ow 'Omit= ea Ledho to • •
~' • "~., 5
WM= TUST EMI JVST OPIUM.
nib stock b =gets la awl drpottr.a" ana
tilArganid texpecttal7 sat as candasram et the .
;Many Rich anditerantiglires
Gakpit carat, tor the prom! szsaar .
bid tazidni esiamaida girder Waal.
*emu to all dame of soceshasus. In Oa w at
r idge prim Nal as. odleil OWL
Mricallati dad edam Irks bai towel igen,
be Illunfted WitAk arif aanallr Oar -nqulrs--one.
lerlfMak. so °Duval Om embus La YilLdalpb a.
:se .. . ,
utrt MAOII nu--
, ZOBALS EMISIUMMIST
. 011.71.71 D 871111.1NIRLT 51101.11121'
mmunina. 24iisam Diairtirim of tIIt
lases styles -
- 7*Pfavr arini
• ta Apulia
ausitap r maaatanal at da 0 4.411
kapl Ikta, kt l
biAOllllll it GLYDNE4
, NEW .000.1)8 - •
• • JcOngehed at:4 ' -
IG. is 1111 DUAL EMIT. apoommi.
gar Pecond elet cf the pest artiste. M &'PELTIA
R/11:151..h, wtil appear la ber cclabratz4 chow
tor of .Claxidde."
Camille ; or, The Fate of Coquette.
CAMILLE, es Coquotto.-11IiT1LDA ttERON.
A S'S a.Lonta.B.
010%11. DO Cat PrETERALS.
Oh! 'NIL; J. O. SE MN
DO VI —4. g &gig
, —ARMS OTATT
MADAME Phil 03E0A.......---hiltt POULIN
805 Q— —yUtBICZLT.
To conclude with
tilW °Vint:MEM —.—...02 , 0311. 1 5T8L.
Mir No other pley thh evening.
Commenting Monday Evening, Sept, 2111,
DRIES DAND, DIIBLIMQ1:11: OLD YOLKS' CON•
OBS?. Prom shefo Opera 80w,130401. Saturn
of th e oasitriont,efteron abocce of three Iran.
Norrit6lol nee; nottl - g old cr worn oat, Now
ham. sew Instonoc, sad tow ottrootfont.
1/3 TA tO ART fag. alto, tho woo
den of the wlrid, Br. 010.1. Km., the Moth
aohdad sonalcal vulva, sod his wrodatot Oland-
LENIft. the AM sad oar tustrato tat of the kind
stir eabflofted. get mammoth Ito tats, PotPlAhlts
aad v_ l = 2 l 7 ; Au cat t roadirenv of I"‘r = 2 :
-*T omo- Loma opao at to•ofoch, to COSIIISIIOO at I.
Coat cf rholodos.2s cents; 1./choices &its dad.
&Wets toegoldocott plctureo of tho megaton of
thierroope, totes' 17 tort beast= of Qteboo., Who
tootapbbt to it• hoyal Womoy. LC:1d011.. 1 / 1 Le on
tztdollkof f/Cllt of the hall dariog the watt.
O. a. MAMIE, idenefrer•
W. A. ABBOT?, nl6lOB
WANDKIISUN let CO.l4lNe
Anderson and Mystery.
TIIE PRIEST IDIGITATORMLIST
TEM Pl2 - 08.02LEASIT/OMBT
AN Ali Yam—
Solana sotertid Os Aerial kw tbs aKat tba. •
maw' outtr.estastt DOLT et. Loafs, no.. I ta,
ate ths attention of Wan and Etat If snafactorers
to Ow Anatol' atm aborts. at repotted by_ Nara
6. 6.s arn Of Easton, and J.O. Booth . .f Pbtladat•
phis. wbfob, towbar lath the tad of octal @spat
totoo by nano sotaren In Plttabersta alto Wag
sad Bt. Loafs. datorostass It to DL tna 'rued and
mad ratable Clay war kturia, wbottur Ewan at
Linerialln. Pas toads tuna It tows stood In lbs
t ' s ko tat Z s di It 0 room 1 4 tts 9 Cji l ar as tabs from ttus
1 atm, wtthoat my midday or preyaratloa what!
mr. It pcsamos great adhadvonewo andjastalotty
atontbos, Width ars not dawn by tut a yds, 11912
shish admit of tha adadadars of atarp yroyortlan
at dull a barna clay.
I ma war wawa to fill cod= for Um OM
Olin to be sbsyptil l!orn Et. Loafs or dallrandluas
DIAL ; 111K 1/011Z;
&twos hart lea ;slam&
THIS (Mean) rigBING,
will be perkerwd,
FOB SIX NISEITB 09LY,
Wit= II AZDZSBOM 1
I °me ore •ox Am:mime' I
' -- -.. 1 I" .t,
Sam --IWO. 4
,mt. —51.60, St LOUIS, 1110. i
Pas Oz. Isom. Leo.
Luc, --- AL 0 , .- 4t ?/
ffiumeni—. AIL \ 4., ei. ,
Wam.-1640. ---__ . ---
no. 1 AHD OSIIXIM
—nub paHaterstdp keret:fen Witter beton*
the nteittbore, ands the tra of 'atom%
NUM • On., het ate day bete dissolved. OEM
LOCILMLIZT and WILILIN iffilW hems en•
awed the eatlre loured' of the ottut Cattail%
L The OGIEH&OT bottom of the late dna will be tattled by
CH t ai.o LOMB eitT,
ABWIt V. KIPP.
MILLS LAVITIJXf*-....-.....-WILLIAII THU.
12CICHAIIT it FREW,
Producers aud Refiners of Petroleum,
it ILLBION OIL WILLI% Tonna Co, lad.
B maims? weams, L'eglora Bae r .
ear Ofics.l7l& WI WOOD BMW.
♦ Lela& EL ws, to= ma OLD EOM
Witb a star La treat. vie dolea tram the AO dew
ralmather, cos 211 A tram Teu Um Creek
SWESTT•YIPI DOLLAR? BZWAILD
WU/ be even for the captors er the thief or the te.
ton of the hone, cr DOI-LIMB Ibr the re
tarn or the time sati conviction of the thlat
settle J. 6. 068,r115V8.
J It. WI
T ATS & tiEVILLA
Gas asp ETWAN nrrass,
69 7ZD=II., 81111212, LUestum9 CIO;
and 127 LIBZIITY BTBEET. PitaabcaTrb.
LOST CERTIVIOATE.—Whereea the
oertilleehi at ten shame of stock of the Ranh
of Pitiototrth. nentbsr Lai. toned ficessobsr
1113, to Ninth Urn &rowed, has teen inisligel or
let, maim le hereby Wen that *titles the aaid
Moats la tereerend beran the expiration of tar.
walks iron this date iopptleittoo Ida be unite
Pant to twee a doptleato =Canto of Us* siodr.
W. if. EH 061 D.
Administrator tf the Mate of Marla Herr.
fieptrniber 11.1861. seliblee
No. 89 DIAMOND ersiri, Punsozam.
Asimereedirlssei of Deeds. Peesultlme lea al. •
darns bast. Mee, Deeds. Wryer* *slicks of
areessaist,. Lame end Lepil Pipers of se g ued
F i XJO ALUI JIMA.
sttnttan .to the tread:mat al
MIA ICM I IIIMUICa. Os MI and Wt. nor.
Wma CLATABAgr. MOM illpp i lbr *Awn gl
alift, Pu nk Warts '&112101101A.L. 11=kig
nuts IMAIIIMATOBT NM; do HA= . 1 ,
theang aft/34 tha?sr ad
lOU raaoa. klleban. sad collar. lot7iD toot kat as
Patairylvsnla masa by 103 dap
Mors • 'Ms may brlsk Boos. of maim; balls: ,
too • dais, duos amber', onto, ktodas, aua
sad •A et granntl. Ns. It Wotan A. Fria Sill& 4:
Tsotagskosatersaaa. kale& kr • oaboabob
talltkoloo. cos from Ehturdas Masi HOW"
.„„ Z. OUTELBUT i MI% •
quo DILIFE-Penoms who 1111
ed. who aro owlitled to exemption kr aura
mil Lora Os the OiascriShot set of Nwecll4lBo.
t who wish to be naiad t 7 the mantel ljao4
flow AL oroonal droAte with to Foam subnitato
co has that'. phew Awiof iho ow, will and lOW Adz
wiumlogo to OW/ ea cw,u I sot NOT
blanks. ha . 1502 •; . : 4
N0.107111=01 otoefs, E.mitilllN - AnOi.` .;
ANOTHER' ItIOD.MOND• IN THN
11:111.D.—Wo on sew IsinxiMl lIVIbk
Caftans sad ottoon Etionbuto with Ittioft
ibOttlitt, et spy out isid Motu. We wal laralsk
all SU marldsery el. a boat, sad nand id Pita
excellues to :au. Wa km by mu prozootatto
la comtpg pp to two, asid IDs qtallti dear wady
to 'bare tho perosty of oils! dwelt urns.
. Bask a Atlishenl
CIALL AND ME OUR
• NEW WALL ciocrnes.
Onadielt, of Latin , lIIMEL MOT BOOM
LLDIIII . 0011 8OLIRD11110411.13; Nballra ,
CIEtILDIZICSTLICI 8Z;1.ILIS, at
EOM UtDP. UVattft earati
UDE OIL YOB EALK—This
=lbw ceas for nab
I.AV SaLe.niipt =Dm on. snoot.
yHy wity,afts wawa itasisto4 ll,
NOAH • -
1 1 4-01WIL-1111 parties fa interest are
eg':a of &Silt ea.* tsar sles
Wog Oast at /MOM 0012 1 7
& SCOM ,
WM' SAM: ISt SWIM