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WEDNESDAY MORNING:::SEPT. ' a, 1863
FOB aotsazios :
ANDREW GI. CURTIN, of Omar&
TOR JUD2II-0/ TBI 517PRIKI 00IIIM:
DANIEL AGNEW, of Beaver.
We left the statesman at school pretty
well advanced and climbing up rapidly to
the higher forms. — We now propose to see
him through, with hie education complete.
While ill we spoke of was in prepess, the
negro glided quietly into the camps, and
took the " ehovel and the hoe" by sufferance
—the white man only winking.at it—and
that after the master nimialf had set the
example, end when 'the white laborer Tea
exhausted by the heat and dying in the
pestilential swamps. By and by, flambe
cracked hie whip over the muleteam, and
the white man emiled. Thente touched
off the cannon, and the white man nodded
hie approbation, and at last the musket was
in his hand, and flambe inns a man. Mont
gomery took him on a little experimental
shooting match up the lit Mary's, and the
suspicion- began to dawn upon the slowly
awakening mind of the stafamen at Wash
ington, that he would really fight Scepti
clam rubbed its eyes, as if the vision was
unreal, and lo I • the dark-hued child of the
tropics stood revealed as an entire man in
'Abe bleu of a thousand muskets before the
iron ramparts of Port 'Hudson and Fort
Wagner, and through the sulphurous aloud
that overhung the rifielits at Blilliken's
Bend. Yes! and, enblimeet spectacle of
all, thit dexk skinned man, hunted in
the Free States by coward mobs, as be
has been hunted by lea cruel blood
hostas in the South, and excluded from
Northern Railroad cars, for no other of
tense than ,beicaue en African sues had
_ browned his skin with a darker, richer hue
than ours, the black flag flaunting in
his Loh was braving a double martyrdom
—a double ordeal of fire--death in the
taobis, and a death mom fearful by tor
'at the stake, for • people at whose
he had received only wrongs, and a
GOvernment which had surrendered him
to the buberilles of its enemy, by
reusing to give him the first public as
ennince of protection as its soldier 1
Row glorious a record, when contrasted
with the base poltroonry of the skulking
vagabonds, who have slunk from the defence
of the country which has given them an
asylum, under the pretext of injustice and
oppression; and instead of meeting our
common enemy like men, have expended
; their cheap valor in the butahery of a few
- helplese,•unarmed and defenseless negrose,
who were, man for man, upon any fair
field, more than a match for their brutal
and cowardly persecutors ? John tot York I
you have bsen the missionary of this Gov
ernmenfinloreign Una. It gave - to on
and yours a shelter and a home. It was
lour Milesian Beek that did thin base, tm
manly and cruel act—that ihmek a felon
blow at the government whose hospitalities
it was abusing, through the heart of the
unoffending blink man, whom it hunted
remorselessly through the etreeta. You
raw Its danger; you gathered it around
leek to the credit of your lambs, or the
Vary Women of .New York will demand
their ejectlen from the .publio conayances,
_to give plus p the very pariah of Ameri
can ithilety, Who. has demonstrated hie
Vgher.typti and Superior organisation, by
provingisat hods at limit sm; teat As
does apt pale at Janie, rebel against the
laws, or ,skulk In= the defence of his
Bat this is not al. it has, been diner
end at last, to the great astonishment of
thesvys statesmen of the -North, that the
black man will not-only tight—which eth.
nographically he has no business to do,. and
doweraticaUs tls altogether impossible—but
that he is really so unn at u ral — such a hid
. .
• emu monster, as to prefer freedom to slave
ry, and eo
. ungrateful as to abandon his
benefackirs, and refuse to work for them at
wager, and 'would betray, and Waylay and
shoot litem when' the ocaution offers. The
Northein Copperhead, who 'has always
served 'them so . faitithsUy, and has ever
bamao prop! towear their livery, is even
sully amazed at , ales but the far, now
stands oonfeseid, and-the blioktnan, with
his high nithiltilt qualities, brought, for the
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no" Maier of Or loan
JOHN Limo°.
Statesmen at SchooL
you—the men who, as you softly said, were
I , ealled" rioters;lou counselled obedience
for their own sakes, to a law which you diti
not approve. You had no word to epeekJn
defence of the Gaiernment t and in vindica
tion of a measure recommended by yourself.
You were careful to disclaim, publicly, any
participation in it, by en apology wicit
did you no honor pa a roan, a patriot, or a
Christian. And. now it behooves you to
first time, into unpleasant contrast vith
ila ova short•oomlng. in that direction, is
nove store odious than ever ht. his eyes.
And mos the country 'wanted him, as a
soldieroihen4perheads4eolined, and men
wholhoughtlelz months 'age that . neither
the eine Matron - or the neszo,mor the Con.
stitnilon of the 'United" States, vroill war
rant, his employment as allihting machine,
baie changed their ,zolnds, and `are drum.
ming up reardts andstrivintforoomm_ ands
in colored - regiminti. The. Goverzuntmt
bee Said at last: that it will Protect Ms Oh
_-.Gerit..iuuthilosalf from rebel barbariths;
'lnd aids - ;.Adjulant General'Thintai=tho
s**st bf the Imbelifrills.l4 his own
otiftsiroU, and sWe ttable:ilasoentlant of
' this Jtitibendrauls io In the gold
eisleitilidititn;;Make - atonement for _his
de9tlulsl4i - byostgattf,
hint tlni them irbraffer Mg Can
be reitehed. Oar BitloarDit4tothe doubt•
sag diSile—liessaii thou had seen me,
Thomas, thou halt believed. Happy are
they who have not seen, and yet have be
lieved." It is not happy yet, however, with
the original believers, as witness 1 7 .}1E3108T
and nurrxn. Bat the world moves—the
statesmen are at school—flesh and blood
will presently be understood, and there is
a hope, at least, that if - a department of
history and human nature Is not inaugurated
at the Capital, we shall at least achieve
tho endowment of a professorship of that
mysterious branch of knowledge at the
Smithsonian Institute.
Couldn't Professor llEsny meet its physi
ological requisitions now by a series of ex
periments which ohall test the relative
proportions of iron in the blood of the
white and black man 1 It seems to us that
a series of observations on this - .point,
deposited among the archives of the Depart.
ment of State, might have proved se useful
to the country, as all the registers of
winds and storms—of thermal, pluvial and
barometrical phenemena—whichhave con
founded human nature, under the high
sounding nomenclature of the science of
meteorology.
Report says that there are some 25,000
of these Sheep troopers already In the
Hold, and that 100,000 will be under orders
in the course of some two or three months.
It would have been as easy to do this two
years ago as now. Why was it not done?
HOW many valuable white lives have not
our ignorance and our prejudices cost us?
But no matter, Captain Cmsar has strug
gled up at last. Cotton is no longer Bins
it is dethroned by wool. The negro is in
the ascendant, and the world motes.
Why Gen. Giiimore was Permitted to
Occupy Morris Island.
The Charleston Mercury, in an article in
defence of Beauregard, says:
General Beauregard had to provide
against attacks upon Charleston in sever
al different directions. The route from
North Edisto, or John's Island, through St.
Andrew's Parish, constituted one; another
method of attack was to cut off railroad
communication with the interior, and to
approach by the Neck; James Island con
stituted a third; the rents by Sullivan's Is
land, Mount Pleasant and the direction of
Cooper, constituted a fourth—Morrie Ls
land being the fifth. Some of hest were
thought by the commanding general to be
vita; others not.
The occupation by the enemy of the
eouth end of Morris Island, after all, was
not an unmixed evil, but the less of two
evils—either of which, unfortunately, our
enemy had in his power, as matters stood,
to inflict. It is believed he those the one
leas likely, under existing eircmmstances,
to end in the fall of Charleston. With
several ways of approach, he selected that
of Morrie, instead of 'James Island, the long
lines of which, at the time Gould'not have
been held by the utterly inadequate force
left inocoupation, had the enemy made a
serious effort, with the means at his dispo
sition to seize and occupy them. In that
event, in a feW hours atter landing, the
enemy must have held Charleston at the
mercy of its numerous artillery.
From his central depot at Hilton Head,
and auxiliary stations in the North Edisto
and on Folly Island, with his ample peens
of water transportation, the enemy had it
In his power to concent rate his troops with
celerity, and, from the nature of the coun
try, with uncommon secrecy, upon any
point in South Carolina or Chortle, and
secure a firm foothold before our troops, 65
matters stood, could possibly be gathered
to the same point in sufficient force to op
pose a serious rob/once. • • • •
It may be asked then, if informed so ao
curately, and anticipating precisely the
course of the enemy, why did not the de
partment and district commander place
Morrfis Island in condition to meet and foil
this attack? The answer given is:—Want
of labor to carry out the plane for its de
fence; want of armament for the. - works
necessary to that end; and last, but not
least, want of men to hold and fight any
works which might have been thrown up
at the South end of Morris Island, with
out stripping other important points of the
feeble supports leftthem. To have with
drawn labor, or armament, or men for these
purposes from our works on James Island,
was deemed cut of the question. From no
other quarter in this department, we are
assured, could they have been drawn.
Alike the World Over.
The Dulles Mountaineer (Oregon) has an
article on the secession sympathizers of
that region, which says: .
"We have in this city a score or two of
fellows who may fitly be described as the
scam of the country, and, without an
exception, these vagabonds of society
are unifo rmly ardent admirers of Jefferson
Davis and the Southern Confederacy. Take
the gambling-houses of this city, and the
men who deal the cards, as well as the
'ropers in, are zealous friends of the re
bellion. Descend a step lower in the social
scale, and we find that the degraded speci
mens of humanity mitosis= theJwsges of
infamy' are the first be rejoice over a rtfbel
success. These facts are significant, and
willed once suggest to the retesting mind
that there must be something wrong in a
cause that enlists the support of all the
bad men of the country. • • • We
repeat it, this remarkable unanimity bf the
vile and degraded in support of the rebel.
lion is a significant fact, end ono that at
once auggeate the
,presumption that the
cause and its alfrobstes are worthy of etch
other, end that the failure of the rebellion
Will be the downfall of scoundrelism."
Who does not realise the fidelity of, this
picture of the alias who, in our own City,
in every_ oily and throughout the land, are
the natural, instinctive, irrepressible parti
sans and champions of the Blarcholders'
Rebellion? Who has not heard one or
mole of the class declaiming against " the
Abolitionists" and their-unrighteous war
on "the South" and "Southern institu
tions 7"
The Thing to , be Done. .
From the booming - of the first:gun upon
Sumter to the present hour, there. hes been
bat one - thing to e done, and ihat was,
"Pat down the Rebellion by3lllltsry force,
and lit the. Union restore itself." There is
no negotiating needed, no eonoillation,.no
conservatism; the more radical; thernore
thorough, the more summary and speedy
the crushing oat, the better. The discus
is radical; and none but Venal mesas
will care it. Let the rebellion and the
_rebels be pat (Imo, and the long crushed
Union men be elevated to - power and re
store to the Union se the People of the
South. Hitherto the three hundred thoti
land elaicholdere have been considered
"the People of the South"; now let the
great maseof the free men of .the Sieve
States come ap and take their rank aed
true position let them henceforth be the
People of tbs South, and ellePe the detain,'
of that country.—indianopolis •
Esat#l, Ga.
atte.
filigreitory' Newspapers.
There hurl:gently been some additions
to the number of traveling newspapers in
the South, which now, together with' the
wandering. Executives and itinerant State
Governments, would makea reqmotable
caravan. The following are . :the
and present bastions of these migratory
journals: Memphis (Tenn.) dpiede a AV
lents, Ga.; Chattanooga (Tenn.) Beale as
Marietta, Ga.; Knoxville (Tenn.) Besides,
Cleveland, Huntiville (Ala) (des:
Men* alltarietts, Gs. The Charlatan
papal willitaticdn -the - filing A mman,
itsid'probably lasts at Columbia, the
odpi
lal of South Carolina. 1-4:= -•
Tye French imrgeons cure even the
trontosees:of CAW& by the frame othmh
AIIIZST or es ABSCOBDISO EL111.011:0
SUPSIIIIITLIMENT.—Edward Noyes, of Wa
terville. Maine, was arrested at the Astor
Honse,New cork, Friday afternoon, charged
with being a defaulter to the Maine
Central Railroad (formerly the Androscog
gin and Kennebec and Penobscot Rail
road,) of which road he was Superintendent
and General Manager. The complaints in
the case are the President and Directors of
the road, who allege that they discovered
something wrong in the finance affairs of the
company, and after diligent inquiry they
traced the delinquency to Noyes; who they
allege has embezzled over forty thousand
dollars of the funds of the Company, which
he invested for his own benefit in United
States securities and Western Railroad
bonds. In his possession was found $26,-
000 of the.missing funds.
Vas English, to their shame, permitted
the sister and only surviving relative of
the late gallant Admiral Sir Sidney Smith,
the hero of Acre, to livirin abject penury.
Eepnblloe are not alone ungratefuL
POLITICJI, XOTICEL
- - -
O.A UNION MUTING will be hold
at the ROUSH OT ROBIRT WRIGHT,
Tranklln tArnahlp, oa BATIIRDAT, rept. nth. at
I o'clock p. m. A &treats will be delemed bJ
THOR. HOWARD, Req., and JOARDA !WHEREOF.
eene:td
E -- A UNION bIESTINO will be held
w `"" at BBOWEIBTOWN, ass John 'Brown's Of-
Ice; on &TURD/it Beat 26 h, ad o'elo6k R m.
A ddresem will be delivered by Boa. J. L. !moil-
WELD, TEOB. At. NIABBLIAIIy Esq., and ahem.
ratlid
O.A ONION 14BETLNG will to held
at HILL. ilith Wird, oa
BAIRIBDIT IiVIVI6IO, Sept. 48th, at I e'a7ork.
ddreases via be delivered by JOHN H. RAMP
.IOI9. YR., WM. o. 110111LetriD, tn.. and others.
ream!
O.A. UNION MEETING will be held
st MONBONTILLI6, Patton township, on
81113IIDAY, 26th Instant, at 6 o'clock p. os.
.11 , DS &liven d ty VIC& M. B&YEE,
2.. P bTONE, Tit, hi LI 0. &01212122.1, 'sq.
nV:td
A UNION MEETING will ba held
et Bilk W.B bt ILI", !baler tovutbly, on
ABM ►Y EVINLNG, 2tb Instant, at 6% o'clock.
Addrruss •tII be delivered by Oct J. IL °LABS,
CoL T. M. It &IWO and Dr. A. OBOSIL
veil .d
U'A. UNION Br:MR..111 0 1G will be held
at BE&THICI`O, in YESItIBVILLY., an
WI D EMMY, Popi. SOM. at 4 o'clock p. m. A -
drams be daimon by JOll2l ti. HAMPTON.
Gal. RAI? Nr, end a. beta 5.11):Id
fy - iiL UNION ME will be held
" - T-rea •lIIITSBOHO'd HUTU.. al Deer Cr,eet
on pir.;ONIBDAT, BepL 9.37, ad 6 o'cleck p. en. Ade
&ease sill be denture! by CoL T. M. Dolt ETA OoL
J. D. HIDDIO, TIDENTOR A. CHINIS,T.K.,
0 on NB, Jr.. TN.. end Danes.
UNION MASS AINETING.--At
Grant Upton Rau Heeling a the klyal people
Thtekergh will be held at MOZART XIALL,
Seventh street, bedew Grant, THURSDAY STNS.
DO, Sept. Mb, at I o'clock. /Adieu's will be de•
Ilremd hl 11ev. 401111 DaUCILAI!, D. D., H co. 3.
K. Hi 011112 SD, TRIM. H. MAR WALL, Ela.,
and attar, e,21,t4
10.11 IS lON VOMPETTER ON MBBT-
Ili6t AND tiPESILLB.S:
Hula L. VRA7133., H. C MACKIILL,
Jou K. Blows, J. 0, Bascom,
B. Emus. J..
The aunt Wee mete EYBBY DAY, et 2 o'clock
p. m. In WILKINS HALL, where arrangement,
dill be Mine L.? lIIIILUZILI and speakers. Pastas kr
meetings can be procured et Om ball.
tW. sthAVER CONVENTION
A& RIOUBSIOS SUM
Will leave the Allegheny Di pot at 9 o'clock a m.,
fur ths
UNION CONVENTION AT BEAVER,
(JI MIA; 251 U mein
Train mtern , rkg vill have limbestir M 6.30 pm.
MI 107.1 men are !allied 10 L ttend.
II SAES 131. ND will atempeay the mural=
fa Lana Willits 11.11, roarth street, at 8 a. to
Wore for f..,0 round trfp, 015 fr, DOUAI:L. Tlekoto
ir cow Da frocomd from THOM S.B DAVIT% Trq
WlAfro 1.1.11, er at the repot, Alleateay
"13 3.
O,CrRAND M &SS CONVENTION,
AT
SHARPSBURC,
03
SATURDAY. SEPT. 26,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
A GRAVID lIAS3 MEETING of the loyal MUTT=
of 136arplbar,t, Indiana, Slider, Collie., and alptia
log lownen'pe, will be 1. Id at MA IlPf BOW, on
SATURN t lf, Se; t Ellth, at 1 e'enek p m.
RALLY Pat
CURTIN, AGNEW AND THE UNION.
The Lllonlng ar sten will be present:
TIDE. 11. 11 I lI•HALti, req.,
OoL P. B. OOLLINS,
MAIISHALI, SWAIITSWTLDNII, r.l,
Hon. P. O. SHANNON.
•
Dr. 010. NITOOE R,
JOUN 11. HAMPTON,
OMB. W. BOBS, hey.,
J. /41/01ITILES, Lq., and elates.
113 N• TIOIGIE'S GREAT . Win CNN BAND erM
leeve Plttebtrgla at e'elonk ro. 5.42 td
O.EIGATEI WALCD VIGILANOR
DOVIIITTIE.—Tbe following gentlemen
bate been asp* nted as a Vigilance Oommittee gar
the Eighth Wald :
0. H. Burman, Jaws NoWhinn.y,
John Ohm, Philp Rude,
D. Ilotchboo, John All. n,
Joseph Nixon, Joseph Stellar.
Robert Coward, Emory B. White,
George More, Jobn J. Stow.
It notice 8. Hollow, ilechni,J I conned,
Joan A. Kaemher, lasso A. Wain,
John Pos. Jr, J nag,
Jacob Seidel. . Jobe& Can p ell,
Gorge W. Dlthridge, Wm. H. Damns.
Brockett. Crawford Armstrong, •
Henry Bins,
Jacob Philip Ralkop,
Reebbn,
anlsl Linderman,
Heinrich liceeel 4, Jam , . Nunn,
John L. Hamilton, Joan' G:o. WM,
Easid Yaurott, • Adam Hord,,
LIIIIIS Um; Joseph . lacey,
Jahn Raise% John (Tans,
Jacob W Day% W. McCoy !mill,
. mat Patine% Wm. Huta:None •
Wm. J. Vlinn„ Josepitaliskey;
Wm. Campbell, Toon:as Bras,
John nemdrong. John Bennett,
Joe. Snow den, James Babsea,
W.ll. H el.so, John B. Williams,
Coo. Linderman, watcel
David t. Mcßae, John ItioNely,
. Joseph Sh-ritno, Wm. AL rimy
Jamb Miler, Thos. Walker.
John IL Beater, 'Amen Wealth,
James Iwbr, Andrini
Jaws Ptonfil, John Bilked,
John It. Rifler:, Haney leitca:l,_
• u..W. Smith, - J.
rrancts Perdarich, Ames J - Marti%
John A./Servant, . Rkssies Ray,
Trot. Neely, NOnnbute,
Win.ll:Uartto.. - •Al4.lllODonied,
Waal. W. Roam, "Jana BDaw.. •
John J: hobo, !bosun Toomiana.
.. A. J. NCIOn g /din Wolls. •
Oilier B. Jan* lan* b. Vrlght,
'ltoorl.robn. • Blow 8. Do Annin.
A. NeolUr, Etimil Panainghllal.
6122,11
PI7IILIC-;MOTICES.
Oseore as tryssozas Get 00:1FIXT.1.
111$3 jr
grELICUITON..-Tholtookholdoro of
.Too rttibureb Qee Compene" Sr. limb?
notified Mid ea idipottea for ttaniMilitdill, to uric
toithBtarat et three pen; esel of tee Trustee to
Nene tor the tam of two esantlrllt betel, Whit
OIDoe 411 th. Onopay. fa City of Pittshertb.
on the MEd inunnoir. paw) MP °MOMS
MIST. betweft the ham at Sexed 8 dole* 0. leer
aelealeds - flßVlrsTY.lrilinrer•
VOTIOrt.II3 HERRIN given to the
•mCnstaboxibyra laths Moot of othipailliabwi?
, Irciaamsdattos; d limearsodtas, _Will la •
orismot tira pot Pd. ku boon NNW PPOn Ale
itooklut Ma* taste %sissuar. as Tato
pestersttlkenvx bdowthe 16n1 DAT-Or 001•0;
DID. 18.11 ; r1 • Diu woad nortilArty days
elli llaer. Uts stock Is up. •
ay dor of the Hoard.
wIysI~IodaLTSSODA D. 1110111111 Dr. Basestary.
4.13 ." .11)*zwrzsz.warrs.
pftEMIUM :Clllllll3ll-15 boxes large
rectory Clique Jut received sad tor ale st
Itil lieemod street. miffs VAN GORDIS
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER
1 ... e —The bait to tits wad& 'Mother tarp sup
ply pert received at Nes 111 and SI Ht. Hiatl OM".
AIM J. • H. PHILLIPS.
VWAra Frew VLass Boos
aum l ona arta ism a Faltical knairladja,
and can ammo wall racontinaVa&
Adams, 130 X. 621, Pow Offilm ..ta:tt
CONSIONMENTti
bon. w. mem
1 oar load Nab/ moot Pulatmig
100,bb4. helm *VDU*:
1 Dbl. fresh von Onto.;
!BANK VAN 431011D d
at XFOI,
Pen Peconm&
AGAIN AHEAD
MoIOLLISTUt IBM%
Mcleod* dulcet In REMIT AND SWAIM. Sore
now to store their raj nook or cogs. *lda go/
willing PERT LOW NM OUR.
Country Isrooszts void do von to colt Wore
paarArthas olsieturrs.
or sII orders ytmootlY ait.a" to. '°
DCMIZT GIDIZZAVII Otoil
Pa.. !apt. U 4 Ina
QALB OF 00 I VBMNED MOM
3.7 —I tin WI to the Menet bidder,.l the Pair
Groat da, Cann street. an the 33ca mutt; at 3
o'clock D. Ins• FOUR BOHM AND 081 NOM
Tar= osa, D. B Treasury Notes.
0, 011030.
NOW Vent. Cbl. and D. Q. Chrooral.
VIM MASS STOUR FARM NEAR
.L I M
Imams.
552 LOBES BICIiLLBIT WIND,
11oaly warmed. Then rod Pima sad Barn. Coal
vary mar. Bone Brack sad YarraSos Impkaranta.
Falai 11114000.
fabritaßon at oratra of
railldtar B. T. wrist, No. 105 ilftb at.
Tama mow AND NNTBETAIN
a. ING WORK&
atul Letters of Wealdortrn Doing F 7 his
Noptww. MIT* Id ITTIn. 8 TOIL, Now rendy.
IllNOMOl2llted. of Chrlstophsz Sorb. .Fly Alm Gordon.
ostra
Gowttt's Htetary of tty. lopernaturst. 9 vole.
tar rate by Ka' /1 00.. No. 66 Wood of
ANWIRSTER RESIDENCE FOR
datidkpltarintly Moats msd atrimitni to
Paertigm Bailwar. The boasifil • twoatory brick
well boot end arranged for comfort andcostoralesost
potties la front, wide ball. two parlors. dhslor-r om
std kitchen: g od try cellars, 4 ettstabws, Galahad
attic, wsah-ho zoo and stable, do. iths Its boo •
Goat of 501»t on Locust strait, ty 190 fat f eep on
Prob.e street, with sheds sat frau tress, Mlles, to.
bpDly to O. OUTEIBSST i 0005,
s-12 51 !Terkel Omit.
MEW GROCIE.EI
L.ll 38 bhda. Port) Bice and Cabo Bag r;
80 do Wins B. C. ces_
01 bblo. Cymbal de;
60 do ees..' and Coffee do,
100 do Irilkar and cCP do do;
9 - 0 dO, prla •B. ;
200 do-ameoeted bade v. Y. Ilyraps;
000 bap good lo pc cal 810 Cadre;
5100 bolevand coddles le, 30 and IS• Tobacco;
100 belt obese Groan sad Black Twee;
In store and kw male try
51133/91:11/8 LAZRAII,
eeZB to sod 19 Ilmlibtleld street.
LiIiBOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
—Mr partnership beretteo-ii mauling Toler/en
the onderit.ned. mew the .41 • and Ann of
WOLTZ. PLUNK WIT Al 00.. boa lb!' day—dsr
17th. 1853—bien dt.aolvaL The badmen
of the era will be eattnd by J. A. VOLTA or T.
t !UDELL, they elate te J. n; authorize! to do ea.
P. A. WOLTZ,
T TLUBILICTT.
T. CIAIITTICLIa.
Plttatiargb, fiettniabor fo,lBta.
lI•NnZ purobsard T.T. PLO SS %TVS lutanist b
the Glatt lace -non It lib to curled on loners?
=dier the style and den of WOLLL OAKPIIIILL
00. JOBB A. WOLTZ.
Pittsburgh. Pept.l4,lBo. sattity
pas AND " INTIM 1300D8.—Wo
Cart to Worm tat kinds sad the public lea•
wally, that we hate matte& oat
FALL AND WINTER STOOK,
Competing etupthlog that Ii nor and evaluate In
aar Dras, eandelog la part of 800TCIH, °HINDI?,
11 aBIN? a ODITIIIIITAL COATINGS: TOT.
INGE, of BILKS. NELVITB, BON and tile
0 lIIIDEILES, toadadlng • large smortaent sf
FANO? MINCH AND 100201 01EBIDZIalt,
DUCE AND COLORED. CLOTHO, in, gbh* es
ars prepared is maks tip Words? In the latest and
mutt fath'enab • Mlles and to the Est matnan
GRAY, POSSIE4 & BESET
113BOILtliff TAiLIII3.
Vo 19 FIFTH STREET
SALE IN PILIIALDBLPHLei, for ao
aunt Milted Btatai
NEW CLAYTECING.
on 8S20IID&T MOll.B4Bo. e_irft at 10
d:01, at Us Arial= stars. ItUt Di Ellal Puttlo
BSI., tor mount ot third ttatiko 88W
0& LT 110A18, lor mansta area INII6II.
TBY PBIVATIII3 008161 6:00 Pane WOOL
16006184 us0t1•1 atom Bsto torrinattary.
Terms cub. II 713.01.611 /1 6008,
Aucticnotre,
800 1.11 40141 8 nth 4 , 1 t drat.
pas CENTRAL BOARD OF BDOCA•
'llOl9. of the City of Pittsburgh, wish tosectok
t.• anise. 01 • rigliitla 'MOUS% to supply •
venni, hi the 0-etrel Vat Moab fleedidatse
for the poiltion elai be malted to res at eseinlue ,
the hp the recolty In the knoer human t—
lnibmetio. Inglith Grammar, Geography, Orthog.
tiphy. History. Algetrs. Geometry. Ph rA=Cleui.
repay end Lob through thePrinary est
( moues Conunenteste. The esemaud will mm
-17.1421 9 . BoBBDlLT..Octoter ht, at 9 o'clock e: ELI
&Also $l5O per year, of ton menthe.
ty order of the Boot.
settew 2 0 111 A. BURG" I Nv. roes.
J D. BICSNO,
• Bob &pat tot Ln. a SAW/ Oehbntad
Glazed and Unglued spool Cotton.
FA/noir—TALL BLVIIL, Masi.
.
Alta, Agent for if IffrORLS, DIAMOND =rola , .
WATERY. 51:18TOte8 AHD risers t POOL
0 ATOH.
CON. rum AND MAXIM ETA, .1 , • ar.,
Trrnstnan. PA.
SIP Its wholecils trails tuppllid la favantlfee to
Wt, by the cue or Ire.
TO LIMY O TAB POTOILKI.
DIIIIND 2111 NINO!
A dsfry of unwritten Many, from thoargandsathn
of ths Army by oettllan to ins o'oos of lb. em
otion Is - Tulin* shoat the drat day of Jainism
an- BY AMMO T.. OarilsoithAM Bol2 of th• 'ma
BsOfitolot Wisconsin ilmuotosza, floarnsra 01 DI.
Mtn: Plias if. Co. ono by
.sill J sfl. L. MUD. TiVoattb • ot.
BRITANNAA AND BRAN WORILIEL_
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
gammon to Orrlo Xeirtao,)
Meatoctoce aof Ct
1401.03, and. -rut Tuley of
articles. ALT, OLSSON OIL L►l/P BUBSOBS
nod 1.4111. 68A8815 genorsty, No. '1.19 Woad
atm% PLltitomb.
FEAL.-.50 bbLs. No. 3 Lugo Iskokorol;
t 0 ht bblit. do. I sigh= 501 .
` 51 th 1 lugs dot'
• 55 litte I let
60 do do;
Tri hill Ms, Wh l
lteld;
. •
0...A0 do. Lake nettlolo
d
In on r d .010 In •_
' ' cell' WATT 'A W1LE051 , 4 /Me Meth ettiet.
MDDRNI.ING,-BATE, LETTED. AND
NOTD-PAPSBV ---
netranue isvcroprze. Tabus "Ulm.
mentau.s ,G SideldilLtaDD AND WHABTOI.
BOARD VIVITO* castle.
mooning t2LLIIIO WAX.
dl KIT b oovas Weed N.
EWGROOBBIES; •
a bap lllll.ooftri ,
. 130 bbdo Sept;
DIU Loroelity's, Gnu Timor. Haw
toyer, Mann Elm* Goble. elreln;
•
the bblo sad tr. Ms. IL O. Itobeasr.
in atop and tot ado Mt • INITLIIIIITIIIIIB4II.
TIMED BEEP= 1 •
leaskstudattoktumancantused new saw.,
loobbla. Stusxvi
NO boas Flaw Rio •
Jostmelved au tar edit?
Mr tl army xnuss Dt uron.
a.
_ _
"EVE' MLR. • •
'TWO ricaoaDmAitb
rain tools gambol toofs .
Om T T huh " °
_loara p ftett.Badise T saw "ad iaJ $OOl.
Vhi fp pith. 1..1/0091:.
01141 • ' - obi Pant.
V • I D,19 tab N If t WA
141 !Mar capi lb,
-1,400 BBL!) MC! OBVDllollhrs •
if1 1 4 11174 .... c ir
salgi e r" . 1,14.'74',"1.?".2°.!1,77.77-77.
U 'HET 4WD TABL F ifOUTLBRIC, -
th. basaigartouat ts eus-lar rola
4sat ----;Aur,e-sowirats - wied stmt.
a aAMIt BilGli,=,)ll"latfw,:4o44mlixt
POWDER "ELAM di SHOT BEL/f9,
. 11 - of ing7
idel Mk= flegslif Wool sinu.
xi* go ps3rul.ll.rTa.
IMPORTANT TO RAILWAY QOM•
PA 3114. nu, ovnisße. ar
We b .ra 'recto!" sod lave to cpent 'on wear the
nli7, en enl mews Under, t e the magerenteue. of
Lubricating and Faint Oil,
By a now and !craw= weentleo promo, sad DIM
GMT and commend to put Be sock* and patrol:cis
thine and*, A, B and 0 cup elide y, of
14 2d cad Sdrudfitif LUBRICATING OIL
Wharevor thine htbricatote have been Mated. they
bare but pronsuseed I nobly mp;rior to any of U.
pnparatione lately ffsr-d In It. bared.
be •• A," or tent wally, le Melina to take the
place of the bed Sporn 03, end he use on cotton,
do. len or other maddrary. The " It," or 91 ga•11
ty, for raiser and other like machinery ; and the
at)," or rd finalry.lbs beau and Warn leaf. to.
The PhilaT cab lute been Meted by eannerroui
Panders le tide rip, and frond tote a *vital ash.
bleb for boiled ►!accred O.T. Indeed miry Pawns
glee it la decided preference.
Them Oils are noir extensively manithictursd at
aim • _
Eureka Lubrio Oil Woik
As the process Is adantlito and uniform, customer's
Ms r a the stator= t:atleno• of them ronmato
squint. me of st>•rm sad trbLused OIL A trill sad
tat b arnddently lust , el,
Tr r sale at 80. SO 111 UK IT bllttiT, corner..(
eorond. .
PEBBIOOI, BALL & CO
P1:1111.10 NOTIALTB.—By an Aot of Aa
ambly entitled "An Act to prevent frauds upon
travelers," approved of the Goma= tly Ceb,1664
.It la and s *penal clients for any pinion who is n t
tie regularly authorised agent of • llollrosd Coot•
poop, to gall ths winds or any wand tbst rnnapicey's
tickets, pules or other ev.dencre of right to travel.
boned by mob Compeny.
senility b • bee of not exceeding Fiew Hum
med Donamind barrisownent rtv• tuna not those&
logo ne year..
Notice herby gin that the paiidties of the
above non ad lair will be onion:ad Wear=
all persona who easy eh to tee Dine; brp
ten nit titheta to or from the Batten eltlea iO
dirpos'ng of &portion of inch tickets in this spy, to
other puttee.
Any warm who any have purcheaed through
tickets, lino who do not tow drain to travel an Oleo,
con hub tha neared porttru redound under (belga
visions of laid Act, by presenting them at the lithe t
Ora . .
I% A PCOTT. V. P Woos. S. R. 00.
.
0. W CUL'', PAWL?. Pt W d C. IL 11. Co.
J. N. 191011LL911011 Pree't U. A P. a. IL Co.
PlitobarAlL &pl. 19, IU3. sorlattod
HAVING ENTERED INTO A CO
PARTRIRISIIIP fOR TRY BALE Of
Boys' Yonth's & Children's Clothing,
We us proved to ear to tboyoblla us of the
argent nil tat matected olo:ka that hat mar bean
opened In th!e city, eamprbleg AVM OF ALL
HINtI3, 'or Dram and &hoot, and In iiipl trots I to
It jean It belug oar parpcot ohms to ►eep on
band a tarp and •arid manetment manufactured by
the best houses In Nser:To:k and Boston, we at
coaeldeat tbst nom efts: ladnamints
Equal to any Eastern Houses,
And at Flom jut as rosicnable.
GRAY & LOGIN,
Tor glop:cunt °coupling part of gloss
No. 19 Firm Simo
SAMUEL Clit&T---- LW. CI, J. LOGIN
mglaw
NEW BOAT STOBB.
T. a nuum—r. 1/1. DMIIIIOI.
HARRY, DAVIDSON & CO,
SHIP CHANDLERS,
Led dad= In
11 \ it r OAT STORES,
Of wsrp ascription.
No. PSI PUBLIC LANDING.
seam 011101718 M. 0.
CABE EOM.
X. L. IIaLLOWEE 4 CO.,
(11.501117TH1P1' BT&UT, Pat aDIELPHIA,
KIVA 1101 r 0 111.021
DIM OJODH,
MACH AHD !AHEM HILLS.
BBAWIAI AHD HAIJIORAIA.
BIDBOI7IS, HID MOTS& La , AL,
Banta exelosbrety Lamb. and *W.& VD be add
si small straw.. setts.
REAL, ESTATE FOR BALK —The
undo:oily: taboo for tab a very &drab%
ylete of laze, centaLobta , %atm, dttsted
to Ilablelatcomablp. hoots as the Browntrllle
ma on eon Ws. evl one Ws on tbe 11:11atbtatitove
road. It brut of the Mate Bell Yana. Ibis lot
Wm a home exacted= 'Used se or:bad of *DPW
sod ebony tram beetles tram TUN lot ',TWIN .014
on ameosameltettne farina. If not aohl Wore the hrirt
of Juicily, It will be tor rut.
tne. vette:Am Laptev at WHI2II BAIL,
or the atteeiber, la Snowden Loveably.
sell ewdavlllot Darn WOGS
$5O BEWARD.
A LENZ, 'IL WI. TODD MAR OLD 1103101,
ilfltb s dim to hoot. vu dam Dom the NU of the
enheoraher,cve sotto from TRltill Chalk "taus.
TWIENST•IfIIfI DOLLA.US BILWADD
WM to alien lbf the Upton of the thlof or the re
turn of flu bon% or If Ern DOLLIES for the fo
taro of the bum sad coundlos of the thief
soltiv J. A. immures.
WARM WANTED.—A Farm of Land,
A: on arty of the railroad liscla not ow GO Who
tram tam city . sod wet ow two WWI team astatiow
It moat to iris ;sat, so% with good Widish, sad
other Imponcommth and hay =aft from 60 toted
shoe, =lra at ba pasca whiting to aell each
a tans. may fad a yomtser by rdas .11.
IL, GLUM MOI L Mg Wallow w
het:hall shoot quail* Moottes. anml.r of
worm hatworawoote. ;aim ha. aatltt,
LOST: plltTlilleitTß.:—Mherese the
outlficeli et tea thaws of /lock of the Beak
of Pittabutsh, amber SU. Mid November Ittb,
11/133. to If szla Asa. darewid, Ms teen mislaid or
lost, natio' hatereby atrao that Weis the weld orr
Masts te rearrend bible the etwitathes of teer
weeks faze this dstikepplkatioa will be wade toes
lank to bus s doptkate certificate of the stock.
W. IL NIIOLID
Adeahahiretor d War nut. of Maria Kerr.
leptraiter u. 1331. sends
QIINDRIBEL
201t141. P.Bap: 1
..16 do Cobs dr,
60 bbli shadod Qorlcd do;
Orstadotad do;
16 do Itihtlio do;
60 do t canto& Brag;
la) do Gads do, mortal tend%
125 bop Slo Wei
576 bons molted Totowa:
110 do Pildbua Tad Blotch;
With as onartatint of all Whiles opastall, kept la
wtolaoslo many. ita . .al• by
so WATT WHAM 261
LIQUID STOVE POLISH.
Mamas why tt L tattat than Dry Polish
I. It It already mixed.
9. It hr so noon what:otos.
4 It products no dirt or dot.
4. It Walt the Eon Intense boat.
6 It mums from mat.
A It Is the curt toonotoleal
T. It It not ono Louth sirs lob no
Ifni tale by =OH JOBILSIOI4,
'earearlrourti and Oaltiftla drool*.
QIIGAttS I SUGARS!
B.2Sena, Ado; Porto Bloc gat ;
IS do late Cuba do;
Bdo 130111/11011 8. O. do•
70 bbb. • Caw • do:
63 ,do B do do;
• ISO •do 0' 60 do,
88 do CloadoOLB Pub% do;
W do BotlauA Cuba do;
1U:tu1I 08 - basttond lor-saN 1,8 -
mull aftf iro.tr & LANG,
aosigrli t 4 iu" AN; .
—c smir POBLEO,
1 , 10: ; si) breVoND" evazir, rmiscriag.
Aekoovlitilpsaalof Deeds. Divaarm sattAll•
4 daittiate Allot raid* iranINIPN, *M ales Of
ApoMilli, lirsis sad Lopl- Papa at intoryktaii
-
literal art
Rotilled thee the Efekesent et Mutt hi the
wets ot the cleft°, XONIEIBEIr
the reccedlisse a tr.rai Mod hi the Vie
tree `4-"I'-*19°-Twuonm,
aelketer hithgtese.'
ritINVO,' SHUMAN & COM eight
zing thi,IIIMIC Mink; Wide% Ina te,lit
Vatiras iyary - taiportazif llowa•la Gondsoy. Thais
tNtltaoclo~aa6 Italy:Arr. WO faaaaorosaft pal.
Ir. a: aalaaikaait CCP
amda Wood atm% mutt at
111111uTAIX tiMili)-alUO'bige to arrive
.a. by Darold =Mr la n
MUM &
unr. SIMMS
HOMB tr, CO.,
arose. 1 . 1 and '79 .'Uarket Street.
Barpectially Invite th• atten*kaa of
WHOLIES44II At HAMILL 8011-
F:IXtt=MM
FALL AND warns aims,
Which will to found tall end cow
ple,e In emy deportment to the
TIPIIIIIING, 1111.1119 Sta AM/
3011021 Una
EMBROIDERIES,
Ws havo sll as lama dike In
OOLLAWP, ISLIGIVIB, 19E01210%
LAOSS, Se.
IN HOSIERY AND, GLOVES,
We hate a great variety. in Warn.
111111110, OLO2II, SILL as
IN RIBBONS,
AU ttte thetas arid desirable colons
Bonnets tnd Hats.
A kit Tin. of TILT, !MAID and
W FLISL
A dearsble assortment of the West
Tarts lilorettks.
IN WOOLEN GOODS.
HO' DS. EILIZVICA, CAM, Obit-
ABALMICi, J4OKETO, at, w.tb
• oplwadid lice or
DEWS 7IIIIERSUING 000tP, LAMM' AND
CILD-Dithe'd iItODIB-6AlikiNti7s, Al of which
we °far at very low CUD Pato=
JOB. Kan . a CO.
NEW GOODS I
NEW GOODS !
WI aro receiving a vary large sal ettanstvo 'tack ol
Nevrr , ' C3l-co c)(2.0 !
Oa:wising, among caws,
GERMANTOWN GOODS,
Sub u 1100 D 3,„NOBUS AND SONTAG&
TRIM.IIELNG-SI
- of Ike latest dales anti In great misty.
A large grantlty of HOOP AHD HALKOBA.L
BEIM, DBAWIES, TES, ED WOOLEN
EIBTS, ?BUM courts, and a large arppli of
Embroidery, Braids, Fancy Goods, !lotions,
AS WHOLIUMLI AHD LETAIL
WWs buy only from 712187 HANDS, sad In
vita Foramen to asszakta oar goods Wore pathos
lag alsawht re, as wet will sell at ths LOWEST CABEr
ACRUM & CLYDE,
NO. 78 MARKET STREET,
Renew rcnnrat AID Dimon,.
ANOTHER OPENING
NEW GOODS
J. W. BARKER & Co.'s,
59 Market Street.
(On BLOCK IS NOW
THE LARGEST
BEST ASSORTED
THE CHEAPEST IN THE WEST
oar oouirrair inniinwirrs, uttinia lOU
OM. AB3 • MINTZ= TO 16111111t1 OUR
GOODS AIM 00111%1111 PlllOll2.
son
18 6 3. 831PTEMBEE. 1863.
EATON, MACJECUNI& CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 Infth. Street,
Invite ths &Moth= of Ms Labs to • maiillatat
mortscunt of
Ne'vv CA-cNc,c2Ei
WHIO3 TEXT ILLYR MST OPILNID
T4a dock to complete In area dipartmakh and
thy would torpoottay uk the uomfaillcm of the
.)lany Rids and Elegant Myles
Get oaf eneusty lbr themes:a swan.
Tbey !ml oesdldent tby on offer anyerter Wow
mats to an onset of. yorobowns. In the isy of
medinste prime and an .attractmi stook.
Mototaato and ottoto, who by, to esi son. win
be, 'applied IMO toy quant/17 tlity nquirt—ttot.
iro thiakor camp so thy, am t i ny fn Pktlattelplda.
J
.
M. BIJRCEBTELD
UM NOW OPNN
801011411 BACON 11.112119111 bi
00ABUIT KINI3P, for Gaiftedico ;
SOLYIBINCI do.
BOADILID XOl7B DX urns;
BOLI'LIMIO do do;
BUZ do do i
TAN do do
1111111:41 11110111104 an cola.;
OL&OIC WOOL DI LAMS;
BLSOK BOXBANINI;
RIOMINLIZQ ALPAOCAB;
110101/81110 CALIOOB
Northeast cor. 4th and Market Bts.
tree .
101:41111 - XIM801111181 SIII2DI
JR; GILT AND UM BUT NIICIZZat
1:41/pA plinEnisk;
iIsIkABD mama sum, ago
!MASS Miss; •
Topthiewillmgogrel, es cilltrpak
TS Kum emus
sal Daiwa Ina sod Dhavall
Dar WOODS.
AT WHOLESALR
TJ-TUII - TRADL
PRIM IS,' SHIRTIN6/1, •c.
.WEITS. 081 • 00.
AT WHOLICEALE.
20 Tll ; DUD'.
good asscrbsiest of French .21trerizib*
with other Dress Fox% it • alma advance as moS
ix II , T•. ORB it OCL
w HINE, ORi & C 0.,.
So. 93 /111E1 BLEW,
Hare fur rale as mortally largo stook of
FRENCH HERINOB,
At VEST LOW 11/1018. .
AT WHOLESALK
TO TEM TRAM.
SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &c.
The Wog Gablona alwaye on banl only. °LOIS&
ill4bTtala. ate nada In any quantity, on short
notice, to any duetted pattern.
~fll. lirrfle. 11 00.
W 110/..1256.1.19.
TO TIM TRADE, A 0301011 LOT OF
MODS DE LAINEB.
AT A 1311 ALL ADVATIOZ ON HABTIIIOIIIIIOTB.
Wllllll, OUU k CO
W °"
6 W
ta virra STRUT,
Elam tor sale I=e vay clicks
Brotha, Cashmere and Fine Wool Shawls,
!22'1• 130"11 I.ONa ANT)
W ntTh, v & 11th,
No. 215 71Tfli FUME?,
Hare Us tali a lame ors:Ma:mut of
Black and Colored Dress Silks.
Plain. More,. Btripeth Plaid—sams Tin amp.
man.
N J W 111001.ni I
Ws in sew prepared to exhibit to our endows
01111 of the LAIIITEBT AHD ILOST
BOSTNINTB of
FALL DRY COODI3I
yet reeeteed at our new Aare Boom. Out Rook
will be to =who all the new and daleabLePhdds
sad Etrlpai la
Popuss. REPS 4 vmaurcut
FANCY SILKS.
OP ALL COLON!, AND DZSIONS.
331.411.0.1 K SILKS I
At wrap price, from the lowed up
MANTLES
Are manntactarsa on dm premien, from Moistest
and mat dastrable intern pdtonsa, and at 'plea
much lowa than lattarn.
HOTBIDETIVIIIT COODIS. D 03111112103. MX.
8121011;", 00BEIB08 NM DE LA.ll9l2Vs$
IL. 3B Atio °Xi
.
21 vim( STEGIBT.
pill
titst/911 I
NEW GOODS
•
Just nothed Ai
LANE. lEcAlielf SACO.%
as is nrosau. erase, Lwow.
tab=
aIIFICTIOX' BALA&
IiffEDIOAL AND IdDTEL.TiANEOUI9
.LLIL Baosul LT Auanom—On - TIIIIIIBDAT
IIVIDIDG HINT, at 73( dub*, at MoCloilantra
Auction Homo, 55 rift =sot, ail be atle,lty or
der at &dab:dilatator rt the lato Dr. NWralls, a
quantity at Mailed and Xlmollausons Dooka em
bracing, In part, Medians Logics' - 11Matmay,
Quite,' dn. do., rutgeon'a Tad* liana= lialpiWa
BlSripn, MClus do , Churchill= Dbammat MU.
dnus. Latham on Di a= atN eart,9 volt: Cogundt
Medical Dictionarr, 3 only Ortoporl Magical Mc.
Hammy, Crap' Onkel liediAnor Una= as D/ 5 .
eame Of tam= lemma= DMus= otaaut.Clum.
dug an Child Putts, Bateman an CutuneatteDia.
aum, EMI datish's Dan ' s
on Medicine, Oar.
pouter an Phi otology, Dam Chemistry, Bralth•
=We Betroopect, 9 epic At heisted Baton, 9 Wag
Itaucrafee History of it. Dalt= State., 6 trim Lin.
puree Dietcay . at inalind, 13 yob.; orne. Olbtens' Dm=
Tot.; e mean mune. 4 TO* Neldbef MINA
Macauley's &gland, Plutarch, Baths Malone
History. eau Grooms. Tbatcbsee Ansaffrea
Bereolution, lite of Dr. Hum, Udioaotaa, DuLthi
Quarterly Journal, 7 wag Katt alit Wm Geography,
6 vole ;--ecgrther with manz . otlar marks sot btu.
•be, GAITIIIICI
scot. on oxhibitims dai of 0550.
0.93 I`._•.
VIN Er. ROUSH LIOLD FELKIUTEIBIL
-14 on MINIX MOWING, Not. Inth.:at 10
arist, °'axk lipato tatter , hung No.
M et Ina
Htutsholdlmlstre, most of wko2l tiMelly sew n
crozopthing Barest liosowood Malta - . aid tarp '
Any atilt, ga lin
l 80, Word' Tabu WM
ant trim. . eitenwes, on PaillitlitiWthila
What-Not, two ph. traoltlau Blind& Jambi Cat- -
pi to, ant tzuwalcm Tabla, Walnut 81dabcarti Din
ing Room Chen, Dalt awl Waxman, Han 08
Watt, fuer Nupsts and Coda, =mica /gnu) Ltad •
Walnut and llshoutaurßadtttada, Rahway - Ward.
robe, Itabopay Drnastag.Bustatiatd SlMmid Wish
Stand, Mental Cloaks, low post aid trandliNad ,
steads, Dials Table, eacallaut, °calms atm and
Otaralls, Kilda= 'unbar% de.
nl3 NAM * .MalLwAnri. Anstft •
JrIIBOELLJGWROUB.
A s A LTEIFI-
ralol '
AMMEILL
Pte. OZ. Isoz. 130, 81. LOWS, MO .
Lam .01. 0 • 4
Itunrsaa..... Ai,
_ _ _
Molds soestaid the Agency Jo the
Mama.
tie
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ar Bt. Loa% Ma. I ta.
Imo the Unman 01 Glast end Med Itenttheaters
Anslyete east about me aiyartid lw a r ami llk
41 ./MatEcalolls and .1. CI. Bootb. rt.
IX% Wattles tat simetaal saps&
enom bY ca ws Pftletsonb. Camobnad
mad Bi. Linda &lamina It to be Um puma mad
sat May mow Ammo,
the Imetiosne atable. rots made train las es ln the
Gams Iltramoe boa 03 , ‘ to e mon
Ins anslyde k a ebe My es ths.
takes from the
=be. 'Moe% eny vaddng preganaloa vbat-
Wren It yanames veal edluiehamme
coelltimesiddi en not damn by the
*bah MWt of** admixture ode hip proyasSks
I en now mrstmad,to 8A cam dit tlme above
My, to be &Limpid trout flt, lads at delharsabut
GOED9N,-: •
•
121 . ezoonwmailz
Menem Wrissooma
EN.C11131. 1 r 4 64 KI I 170%
PETER Lon.autso
eHitss AND TollAooo ILUNTIAMMIX
10 al3 CH4NBX/18 Bram,
.
mambamoth= stmsaini Tim)
Weald ea the ate of Abbas lee tla edielis
bb eoesolictin, vies
lumber, Ito wawa, mar Bairn: minis
cam
einumm., Drulgrai t Pare reale. Neblooo Bo .
NNI.I4W aBo7l. -
Nodal. Ebb Tied &bal. Well INA Tab as
le & BootebLemlneet, ilabsyDow &Kok lab New Nada%
.
WirAtteetba b and b the= g rideelion la
bier oe iterbes Nbeelas sod
_SNemak
wide!' will be baud et seepulee 1NA1117,,,
TODAOOO..
exactio-sans, no. Ne. No Nola bu 1 11111 14 .,
sta Colt Cbterea—P„ w
44 . pit s I a new
dab. ca . ovnegi . I Th.t. ;ma *romp.; tb
Amba Jai% IlleAbb, almstar,Taiiik
N. 11.—A:cbcabe efts Oen vNI be seb ea web ,
wt.l
loss AND iglarit .
eVicrttoth—e attendee: to+tlasAtiptpa m
zuo DiMOM IThsas_aer
stroll atessaur. Kl7ll AAIT-wirWr sa4
CIAla PUPlikinsarti
this° an innAVIIIIM
isismrsalla"%assisnalins.Ps/o'g,lll:ean
Aiffreas. ass ri m m prom Ciairehu
Unit 4101.111.1CON".!t"
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or oak. army ot Wei Ygga
stmts. - Wixom worT MINI-VAT LA gal
MAT.