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lIMon State Ticket.
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103 GOTABNOB: • opei
ANDRIEW WEEItTIN, of Centre.
TOE =DU 01 TIM lITTPIONS 00t 3T
DANIEL AGNEW, of Deaver.
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1. :OHM P. GLASS.
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Tar Osumi Ormasiorin
'V DintiOn. al Or low.
JOHN t. MVO.
Southern /libels and their Northern
In the fee4- t ef such open and frank de
elsratians as the following from the Au
gust% (Os.) Constitutionalist, it is impossi
ble for any loyal man, who has sense
enough to know what he is doing, to sup
- port' the 'candidates of the Copperhead
Demoersoi. We quote:
"We have alive held that the only way
• to build up a peace party among the Yan
kees, and to set at liberty the furious epee
anion of the Anti-Republicans, was by ewe.
wilful war on Lincoln'sarmies in the field.
We still have great expectations from the
peace men of the North and the explosive
wrath of the opposition masses, but we
• Were never more fully convinced than now
of the taunted importance of thick, fast
sad heavy blows from the Confederate ar-
soles, in order to give vitality, system and
or/Wittiest to the peace men, and to un
loose the fierce impulses of the enthrelled
• and terrorised people. Mr. Vallandigham
himself, as we have heard, most eni'phatl-
I tally declared that the success of Southern
awns alone could give strength end 'con
sistency to lhe peace movement."
• ~. • • • • • •
"If Johnston stalling can defeat Rose
• anis and Burnside, Charleston still hold
ing out, or if Lee, with his recruited army,
ern detest Meade, with all the aid of his
new cenitoripte, demoralised and disaffect
ed se they are represented, then we may
expect the .meet favorable results in the
Ohtielectiou and Lincoln Congress. But
Wits - something of the kind is mom
pßiLied speedily, then a long farewell to
the pence party—Vallandlgham will be de
.feated and Wood and his party paralysed
• or overawed in Congress, and peace post
poned indefinitely wilt:out foreign aid."
There is proof beyond controversy that
the rebels of the Routh recognize the "Do -
neoersoy" of the North as their friends and
allies, end that, consequently, they are as
much the enemies of the Government as the
rebels are themselves—that they are en
gaged in a 4,outmon eause—that they are
mutually siding each other—that the late
desperate efforts of Ler. and Besot) to win
victoria over Mean: and Roar.caans were
made mere with the hope and intent of
wobbling their copperhead friends in the
Forth to carry their elections, than from
aniAmmeiiiste benefit they would hope to
_ derive from them. In fact, the Copperhead
Democracy is now their only hope; and so
long as that party, led by cowardly but
cunning traitors, can menage to keep up a
bold front in the North, so long will the
• rebels of the South fight-on, and no longer.
The Rebels and Copperheads are one
party. Their fortunes rise and fall to.
• getter. If one triumphs, so will the other.
If either is crushed, the other perishes with
it. 11 the armies of the Union best those
of the Confederacy, down goes the Copper.
head party, never le rise again; and should
the voters of the Union beat the Copper
- heeds et the polls, down goes the Rebellion.
80 let every loyal eotir feel that in depos
iting his ballot he is serving his country
quite as effectively, as if he were struggling
against its enemies amid the rear and
smoke aid perils of battle—and perhaps
See, democrats, into what a position your
leaders have brought your party t Testi
mony upon testimony shows you that the
only hope the • rebels have is in the sno
ws of the candidates your leaders have
set up. They have no other hope. Nei
_titer Napoleon nor the British aristocraoy, are
base enough femme out openly in their favon
however much theytmay desire their success
There la indeed no people on earth no brCao
so to give them aid and comfort in their
abominable enterprise, except your party
leadaisr Thanks to God and to the people
of the free States, your candidates cannot
.scusised; , but what are we to think of the
mad.otho does ill/pa he con to give them
Mow I—who by his vote„ gives as much
encouragement WWII, poor, degraded, party.
ridden couture can - give to the enemies of
his country ? Bead what thin_Georgis ed:
itor rays; gee 14 anxiety for the success
of what be calls the "puce party"—what
-you call the detnocmitia party, and what
the friends of the Union call the copper
head party,—and then vote for its Gant
dates if you an.
Beer in mind the% VALLonnalux aztd-
Woraease belong to the same party—that
the convention which nominated the latter
endorsed the former, although his beam
muss well known then as it is now, Be
aisUred that if you can succeed in electing
lectonirolD you will contribute as largely
td emouregement of the rebels as if
yen luidnoted for and elected VAinainizo
lux himself. Your success will greatly
Protract the war, add fearfully to the
mournful roll of the slain, and it may be
lest the country defeated and dishonored
atthe feet of victorious traitors. If your
petty fealty demands all this at your hands,
you are bound to give up to a mein
party name year country, its heroic de.
fenders and its glorious flag, and consign
year own names to everlasting contempt,
then vote for Weinman andLowans. The
Rebel army 11l shout with joy at your
*team, while the army of the Union wl3l
are; aud your part of the spoils will be
satildsmy so proferuid, that yo nr posterity
1011 trykard toforget that Ina s wen as
you ever Ilied. •
You may delude youreelme.with the no
ties Gist in voting whit. -Yon call • the
itAsitutoratte ticket" you ire . following in
. • ihe jcsite,Gps
of our Where; tat you we
Ole** Ti.., mium • •
_,71 ms7..to th
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you do—not one of them. Tour dement!e
fears contended wad fought for Liberty,
not Slavery. Ofourdemoarstio fathers were
true to 'the Craton; you are not. They
ied rebellion wherever it raised Its
head; you are the men whom the rebels
"only recognize as their friends. Jack
son would hove hanged the arch-rebel of
South Carolina "as high ea Haman; , but
'on, pbor wretches, would go on your
knees to rebedp smeared with the blood of
your murdered countrymen, and humbly
sue for peace! Shame I '
Bishop Ifopkins is not Pleased.
Bishop HOPLIIIII, of Vermont, has ad•
dressed to Bishop Porren of Pennsylvania
a long and bitter letter, in reply to the in
dignant protest of the last named prelate,
together with a lohg list of clergymen of
the same Church, against the former's 'Bi
ble view of Blaverj , ," in which he justified
American slavery on Scripture grounds,
and which has been largely circulated by
the copperhead politicians of this State
as an electioneering document. To show
the temper of the Bishop's letter, we quote
a 'lngle sentence—the first one after &brief
"Now my right Reverend brother, am
sorry to be obliged to charge - you, not only
with a gum insult against your, asnior, but
lath the more scrim offence of a (also ao-
Speaking of Ids original publication,
which the copperhead politicians are oir
cadating, he says :
"The whole object of my letter was to
prove, from as Bible, that in the ,relation
of master and slave there was necessarily
no sin whatever. The sin, V thzra were
any, lay in the treatment of the slave, and
not in the relation itself."
Here is an extract from his former
publication : •
"The slavery of the negro ram as man
Wined in the Southern States appears to me I
fully authorised both in the Old and the
New Testament, which, as the written
word of God, afford the only infallible
standard of moral rights and obligations."
A good document for rebel apologists,
sure enough, and they evinced their usual
sagacity in taking 4t into their service; for
if they could get the people to receive, at
the hand of a bishop, such "Bible views of
slavery" as these, they would have little
trouble in getting them to justify the rebels
in all they have done in support of the "di
vine institution." (The reply is also pub
lished in the copperhead papers as an elec
tioneering document )fro 'how how strongly
Bishop H0P11.13111.111 "joined to his idol," we
subjoin the following paragraph from his
angry letter to Bishop 'Pori= :
"I wish you, therefore, to be advertised
that I shall publish, within a few months,
if a gracious Providence should spare my
life and faculties, a fall demonstration of
the truth wherein I stand.' And I shall
prove in that book, by the moat unques
*hatable authorities, that AMC. and stave
holders were In the Church from the begin
ning; that slavery was held to be consist
ent with Christian principle by the Fathers
and coruielle, and by all Protestant divines
and commentatore, up to the very close kr
'the last centary,ind that this foot was
universal among :ail Churches and seats
throughout the C'hiistian world. I shall
conterefiltist our Ch R m*ntainir
the prltaitlite rule oI"
abjures ill noveltb* very
Constitution toitol.l only -safe and
endoxingrule,.<T4AbindtiOtet A p ostolib
claimsi and des the "level of those
who srallldriren A:by every wind of
doctrine?!'._ And I shill print your"bdig
nant reprobation," with its list otibines,
in the preface to my book, co that if I can.
not give you fame, I may, at lost, do my
, part to give you notoriety."
We are 'triad the new bole will - not be
out in time to save Slavery and the Cop-
Vie shall, of course, not go into a serious
argument upon a position so monstrous as
that assumed by 'Bishop Haunt's. Our
own views are admirably eitforth in the
reply of a number of dietinguished Scottish
clergy to an appeal from the clergy of the
rebel States, which we publish te-day.
Govaasoa Cuatur's PUB LOLI MAJORITY.
—The Union State Committee bare made up
their table of probable majorities upon a data
furnished by reliable parties in the different
aunties. In their calculation, Becks L set
down at 6,000 majority for Woodward (more
than she can give); Bdbuylkill, ll . ooo ; Mont
gomery, 1,300, des. Philadelphia, 6,000 for
Carlin; Lancaster, 5,500, Allegheny, 6,000,
10. The revolt foots up about 30,000 majority
for Curtin in the Btote. Oar own impression,
judging from the signs of the times, is, that
Cottle' mejority will not be less than 40,000,
and It may be half as much again. The tide
is setting strongly in the right quarter, and is
gaining impetus every day. The election of
the Union State ticket by • large majority is
beyond all doubt.
More Witnesses of Woodward , / Per
tidy. eneene in a It aiiroad Car.
A gentleman who was • psuengor on the
down train from Milton, Northumberland
eounty, on Wednesday last,
delphi• Daily News,infona um that Ur. Jus
tin Woodward was a passenger in the same
ear with him from a way point on the road.
Duleg the tide, and when It was known to
but one or two persons on the train thaS Mr.
Woodward was a pumps was on board, •
proposition was mede to canvass the cue to
ascertain how the passengers would rota.
The gentlemen making „the oannus, with
out knowing hir. W. polely asked him as
hia preference, to w hic h the Judge replied,
“Weir. I eats SOLICUS YIDS DP ST KIND
joyenst.brara. The canousers passed
on, and shortly after returned and announced
the Was as follows
Undsolded , 1
/is the meantime the gentleman had been
Wormed of the fact of Judge Woodward's
preautee, and promptly apologised for hating
queried hiss ea to his vote. After this an an
tmatai cowers atlon took pl between Mr.
Woodward and the Mn. Mr. eas
set near him, in the course of which Judge
Woodward defamed the semo sentiments an
were listened to, on the way to Gettysburg.
by Mr. Hart, whose communisation was pub
lished some dale since.
Judge W. declared "Tee was ma as Asom-
Me VAS." "MI (a. Abolitionist.) lard ban
slaking is bring. is about /OS SWISS! rues.
“lon 0411101 COSQUIS 'MS Sours." And to
a question propounded by one of the gentle
men who hid joined in the on ties, as to
"Sow do you propose to remedy dummies t"
Jed Wo , ,dward replied, BY WITH-
DRAWING TRH TBOOP8 1" PROM THE
YIELD AND OFFERING TO THE SOUTH
TEMII or execs. , .
Tins is the charge of open sympathy with
the sebellion main fastened on Judge 'Wood
ward; and if the Cloppedorgans day the
note s we stand ready no b ly to tarnish the
name of the several respeotable gentlemen
who heard there declerstlons, but to prove
them to the satbleotion of any esOld man in
The Unto* rgromte tow 1863,
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Tho ScottLeh Church and flielltely.
The address sent to Earopo some time lige,
from the "Clergy of the Confederate' Etats',"
aiktog for the sympathy of the Midi= world
for slavery and the eleveholdera, has exalted
=mob indignant comment. The last mall
brought a response from the ministers of the
Churches of Scotland, which shore what Is
thought of slavery by the venerable and truly
raglan body of Presbyterians. When the
mall closed the doonment had Jut beekthafted
and there bad been no time to obtain many
sirgnstures: Bat the names already signed are
those of some of the most dietiogahhod of the
Scottish divines. Thar address is as follows:
We, the 01ft:signed, ministers of the carrel=
es le Scotland, in reply to the appeal made CO
W i th Wo A rl d d d ," r sre tco
Clergy of the Confederate States of Amato',"
feel bound to glee public expression to our
views, lest oar eonsinned silence should be
misconstrued, as Implyingetther acquiescence
' In the principles of the document, or indlffir
enos tothe crime which It seeks to defend.
, We refer, of muss, to • single topic, that of
I alairery, as it is handled in the address. We
desire to say nothing inoonaistarit with our
eountry's attitude of strict neutrality as re
girds the War raging across the Atlantic. We
do not discrostany of the political questions
unneeded with Its cattle, progress, bud prob
able testes. We ass no opinion on the
meararis adopted on either side. Nor are we
to be regarded as shutting our eyes to the
past and present sins and shortcomings of
the North in relation to the African race.
The one objeotwe have In view -is to express
the deep grief, alum, and indignation with
which we have perused the pleading on behalf
of slavery in general, and American slavery
in particular, to which so many tenants of
the Lord Jesus Christ have not sampled to
append their names. With the feebteat pos
sible incidental admission of "alum" which
they "may deplore, In thil, as in other rela
tions of mankiod," we find these men broadly
maintaining, in the moseunquallfled manner,
that "the relation of master and aim"—
"among us," they add, to mike their mean
ing more explielt—"is not Incompatible with
our holy Christianity." They thank God for
lr, as ler a miesionsry inititutiati; the hest,
aa It would - seem, and the most inues.ful in
the world. They hold it to be their welter
fanctioujo defend and perpetuate it. And
they evidently ciontempiate the formation of
the Southern Confederacy upon the bads of
slavery as one of Its fundamental and perma
nent principles or elements, not only without
regret, bat with entire satisfaction and ap
Against all this—in the name of that holy
(site and that thrice holy name, which they
venture to invoke, on the side of • system
which treats Immortal and redeemed men ea
goods and &Mulls, denies them the rights of
I•rurriege and of bane, consigns them to
Ignorance of the first iudimenu of education,
and exposes them to the outrages of lust and
passion—we moat eanuistie and emphatteills
' protest. We donut think it needful to argue.
The time for argument has for many a year
been regarded by the whole of enlightened
Christendom as passed and gone. Apologists
for slavery, ettempting to shelter themselves
and it wider the authority of God's Word aid
the Gospel of Joins Christ, are to be de
' pounced as re/WV—whatever way be their
intention— the worst enemies of both.
ALL reasonable allowance, no doubt, should
be made for the eir.umetenoos of Chastise
ministers allied to Providence to labor whore
Aimee, exists. Some soreness, even, on their
' part, under what they regard as unjustifiable
and dangerous movements on the other side,
might be excused as not unnatural. And it
we saw them manfully lifting their 90109 en
behalf of universal liberty, and setting them
selves to atm at the decant redress of the
more Isgrant of the wrongs iteident to a
state of bondage, we would be prepared oslmly
to listen titi their lepruantatione as to the best
and likeliest practical methods of promoting
the present amelioration of the condition at
the "laves, and securing within the shortest
ported consistent with safety their complete
and Alai emancipation.
We are reluctant to abandon the hope that,
isponrecotwideration, and In view - of the anti
tempts now unanimously held cad expressed on
Sill subject every where else, all over °brume
doca, our AMTVOT.II hied:rut may yet be le
-1 ducted to take no a position- more worthy of
I oar common faith than that which they at
present occupy. Bat, at all eveau, the oblige
trim lying upon us, as things now stand,
towards them, towards ourselves, towards the
thumb and the world, tetrads the Bible and
the Gospel, is to record, in the strongest
possible canna, oar abhorrence of the doctrine
on the witittot of slavery which the Southern
clergy teach, and upon which they eat ; and
to testify before all nations that any State,
empire, or republic constituted or reconstruct
ed, in these days of Christian light and
liberty, upon the basis of thee doctrine
tioslly applied, malt, in the eight of God, he
regarded as founded on Croug and came and
as deserving, not hill blessing, but his right
Roe B. Otentien, D. D., Edinburgh.
THOILS GOTHMIT, D. D., Blh.
U Coot.; D. D., Edinbu in rgh.bar g
Ron. Bop:taus, D. D., Glasgow.
Joss Carus, D. D., Roulet on-Tweed.
CIIMILIS J. Bums, D D., Blinburgh.
Minim Tzarina, D D , Edinburgh.
WILLUIJI AMIOT. Glasgow.
W. Lapeer MAIL/MIS, D. D , Edinb'gh.
Jams BUM, D. D , Edinburgh.
EMIEOIOB, September 21, 1863.
The paper is being signed by all the leading
ministers of Scotland.
OzELHOTION.--dn election for oil
ens of the Dowd of Toed* .11 be bold on
IMIDAIf, the Sts, between the boors of 11 end 11
g. IA the roma.
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trdped do, boon &argot wttb bdrg s
Oopportnad, k • l o b y. the potato io nada, toad that
be ba. nom t. mot party. and 1211.1F,,5•
peas to He boa probably been cooteulded with
a gentleman of toe came awoke. who 1. eatua Idea
with the Loolocratio party. P. VIILST.IIK,
cclOtni aping damn, tp.
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for • Wm not few than dos utontbs, wink choke of
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for farther Inforzatlon Lavin in
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PPLISS2S barrels for sale by
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RUUE OIL —125 boucle to suite
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UOICE iturnot in tubs just re
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cal° 217 b. I 7 st,
TALLOW ULL —l2 bblis to cfive by
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WEBB a WILEVESON.
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1. ff BROWN. Obstrzon.
re.ELtC/TION NIGHT -T AL.
LECIEIVIP COUNTY' JXEOIITIVS CON•
turns . haying node ernangtmente to
WWI and also to escifyi, =Dawn It4tIMIS by Tal
epaph from Pointynatda and Ohlo,. hate nomad
00101CIIP UaLL for Wm °tendon, :when the
Union men sleintitad to attend. Py cram of
of-12-21 COM& . TUE.
01. UNION MEETING will take
place Ai LlBBABT,lstowdan tp.. an BON.
DAY LVE39150, $t I cecka., Addrarms vtll be
denture:l by Oat. JBO. B. GLASS. 8.0. CHILDS
sag A. M. BvowN. ,e 4
j* C - A UNION BLEETII.IG will take
plass al TABSII27III, on 11015 DIY SYSIS.
XS% st 7 o'clock. Addreues will be delivered by
THOMAS M. lemma era., WE. 0. moue term,
Naq., H. 0. MkellaiLL, Iraq., and J. LUDWIG
Le ir,LE, 0 TION TIGKETS.—The
ONION TIMMS an now saady for dis
tribution, sad an be, hsd by ogling on Mr. T. a
DAVIT?, at th. lIISION °LIM ROOMS, Wilkins
Ma, NJarth swat, over the Mayor's Ottlec
14 arta of lb. SZSOIITIVC 00311111141E1.
?ONION MESTING.—A bust grand
rally rill be halt la the EIZTH wasp, at
Ha =sista Wylie and Tenneend 'trots, an YON •
DAT.ZVEIVINO, at TX o'clock. Hen. A. W L 00•
1111 % T. K. Usti. CHILDS.
en Mi. O. MOIL TIMID, rad., vlll be ire am, and
dims the meeting. Xt. J. W. Pop wilt abn be
postat, and tin a tell, Union /On. 0010:ita
O°T.INION COMMITISE ON MET
DMA AND en:exam: '
Dune Ik. Weans, H. G. lleamax.,
Jaw K. Duns. J. G. Deczoiss,
b. MOM, 311.
The Oamolttee me, ts STEW DLL et SI o'clock
p. ra.. Ia WILKIEIi BALL, where limkgslimita
will be mode fur meetings wad speakers. Paters to
oseptinp ore be procured et rho bah ton
—At meitins el
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• Poll Coax Mee
B.!chard blegra b,
icels WO, I BBe mayor,
I In Phu ton, B Tanthaubar,
wm finah John Iloro,
B French, M Itraght.
0 Wins. I, Theodore tltraot,
John W. lila, Iltlew,
Philip Farm J Btagblo,
JOHN 11E.GB&W, Pint Pte ince, J. D. JOB '
ttennd , Pforinot, were ela:ted Ifafghbh for
the Torch.Llght Pso gallon on MONDAY IVEY.
IHEI. All dime nba Wel to rartkrp in the pro.
onalon, will keet:prozapHy at 65i, o'clock. Pint
Preclnct Intel at corner of Lew xk and Liairiall
eta o - a. mond P.roduct =astral H. lnulhantroes,
when torches and tranwpare:clo LH be In readlna
for all who wish to. partlclpsta.
Joi n & Jaffee,
II P Us I.ds,
• - VIQILANUIi
Ocl. D. 13 Weds.
W 0 Loall
L. L it.istort Jr
7 LIF • W.Lf• r,
Jno a Letwher;
`A' DI Barra,.
? , 1 P Sawyer,
tl Is Ilesrou, Jr,
W. U. D:411,
Wm 21 Germly.
J A Uttli*mgu.
law Cummins° 11l mei
Dta 891114), Wks tat
tuJ atblutaves it roues t<
ALLEGHENY UNION ZEN WIDE
AWAKE TO TEE RENEE.
The VIGILABOII 0011111T1112 of Alfasten,
City bete agreed to Um a
GRAND TORCH-LIGHT PROCESSION,
Monday Evening, Oct. 12th
Ail Vslon man us cordially inslnd to tan Cu
Stu bllowlni cams Was bum 'upon:Sul s
C,zu NAzotas—TELLI B. BEIIBOT.
Airassain—inst Are. 0. 0. Panitra: Becoad
Ware. Banal lAA; Third Warn', int Prraftart,
B. Hams; Third Ward Cocoa Frsalart, 0. 0.
Eratth, Irmarth Ward, Plat Prortne, Jona A. Mx
arar. Kraut!' Ward. &mr Precinct, Rams? nut-
ll =Delegatirne will West their two Valhi.ln
and o meat Mt as lotions, moving preelc ly at men
The Pint Ward Delegation will meet at the School
Home, and much op to lowa,* to Federal, wham
they will be lased by the Toorth Weed Delegation.
/fourth Ward Delerstins will meet at their roe
Iptcr4ve poin and much down lama to Teufel
than thee. will pin the Ptest Ward Delegation. and
mireh up Diderot to Gay and oP Pitt to Ohio.
Tb. Perond and Third W ade will meet at their
Comedies pone. sod matte to the o aver of federal
end bath Oontnetuu Gums down /federal meet
to btrawbeny Wrest; the as gad to Pan street, sad
dawn to Ohio, whet, the WWI* prooomm, and 66 tae
direction of the Chief glerelmi, will proofed to the
woad Ohio emit and Diet Commons. Weed DM.
Ohm will Wert tb. it own UMW& and moos at
b 'Akar pretrial, to Ow pilots of coocantrettan.
BOUT& OP 1,110018 3 10 N.
TpObto toChmant, down threat:tut to Kahn down
Nato to twarook. down lassook to Conan up Gamy
to blerlot nun= tbmos to Owen up SUM IS
north ehle et the bottle Commons, and Ueda* cut
to Ted OcetwArn, and Ilmth to t hto stroeft:'
Other Delesidints sill by asslgned game by the
I in DIOILVY • 0,
VIRKSURVE YOUR. Ginn(' by using
ticntral WON Liao, lot West
jAtiel. 41. .L tknitni Drat Eta.
teSO lo Mutes noun, allegbaq.
O.IIBAP Palins - fLVANIA AVID
‘J SUB PEOPItITT 10 lILLI.-11, wham.
b anlitait Hama a ball, boor ream% klrobra tad
lot Sltuatt ttont by 103 dup. Apply to
t. 011THI31 111 ? k
lqo. BAbT Ufatittdtha FOR.SLLB.
A.l -40 bet frrnl by 110 deep Wan •114 y, seam.
f.tae• I.o4toty lama lirsiltog Sm. of ban.
ml.l, dl2log room,
B. o Fora,
i tour cbamlen,
111118 kt' • r UN,
, 81•Iartst. it
/0111 ala OUTS 001111107051 DORM
THE, ratTNERSIIIP heretofore
tittagymbr thous* sand stylabflOb IMAM.
Tl 3 &0 0 l b& desolrsa by ma•stsi so: asst.
All a the basthass of the ht. Arm vW to settled by
• sr.& JON s.lasssit sat I glest.wbo does is saber.
Ista ma pas
resslys fay sum
1.54b4i T '• Bt i nn. •
' J. W. 0 fIZELE&U.
W. B. JOlll9.
Pltstairsti 3 Oot Oth
16..1 b %go W. 11.
' 100 bxn NamboriC • .
1001)osoo NUN& nary; .
' .0 barrels tir.l Itootont
to woe o.s Nlt Woken], Laroiwo;
60 barna, tfo sew; •
• • 00 MN biro* No.l Fonksow;
-40 ,.. ll,SPliseNill • •
11711trOIMIN 7 - •
'titian saki mole as imiat
010 No./.79 WWI Mae
BAILEY, FARBICLL & OP.,
GOB ASO STEAM FITTERS.
d all reulii of fittior
FOR WATER, GAS AND STEAM
AGITATORS and TARR% foe OR Iniaseing.
tined with LLAD by • an CFA•
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex
klieg Wean the uoderslgned, roan the stele
and GM o I HILL. SUOLIIRM CO., has thU dal
been mutually dirsolved. THOD. HILL awl AlloS
L T•WIEI a *dui purchased ths , otersst of Itf IWIN
hIoOLUBM. the hudnen of the late am utel be set
tled up by HILL It WIWI&
ABOMOS LW AIiIWIB. Me. LOH
Pittsburgh, (et. Tth. ISOL
lb LEWIS, successors to BILL,
.a_a*LotoallatXl., will or otiose to stsouttobtro
it akar old lased. corner or Groot sod terow , b Ow.
of good D 7 kintnists tbo Lett manor art!.
oLn of Ostpautor's Week. kr donning Luildlor,
ruck as Doors Pub Vramor, Matters Idooldirgs
floes to Bads% sad non coutomolatiss Lad.
Ir g. ars Wolin to cob and sinew war rk.
sekSod A , ILL k
NEW OA 8 rix AND BEAVER V AL
TAI 11411406 D —On and attar 111014DAI,
tha 6th tat , (end until further Dotted) train.. on
the N. O. d &N. B. It will counsel at Homewood
BtatOn with the mat train on the P., P. W. 8 0 B.
W , feed. g Pittsburgh 16 7 a. m. Alao with tha
Chettllns Aosummodatbm, Lasing Pittsbirga at
$ 80 p.m.
Thtsugh tick ts far Nsw Oust., Shares. Herter.
Ifrankqn and 08 Oily. ma be procured at the ticket
alba et ibe Pittsburgh. Port Waynel. Chimp Ball
way Company, in Pluaboish. I
Wit. D. DICKSON.
New Cent; Pa , OcO. 6, 1883.
DALLE GWEN Y.
the UNION VIGIL/JCS
leg pia sots ward appointed
NINE' MAY SONG BOOIN,
AIL 703 3131 0357111 031 MST JAM
vta sad id stories, apex Elamboa's &roars Rao,
Wand. bust tb. popular Outs do nails to Omblast
WA Ws Elise.
Co' John Lavin,
al Id Brown,
0 P OUT.
, b.• il:Manasbey.
Cats& 0 Folder,
D 801181, •
:b j Ot I VAMI,
Gs se thigith.
W a Swans
W J Jvns.,
..lvat.s 0 Gray,
• 0 Xenia,
VI Ir Gardner,
JOIIII P POZ.OB.
a G Guinn
U A Barton.
tit at Ins polls en TUBS ,
4th, at Bth o'clock. Pluto
tontlon of the MID aro runs to the our, mood
Way of Mb outablishaasat, bdog looshod by i do
W IC 11. WILLt &111 6 CO.
Iff a. U 9 fascrth,stred.
Ekstsiniss 1(8 of tbs West In most
Sand, iaf pal., an ready: at two gnat it
Ad&ets all orders, to Mama prompt attaattcm, to
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
0.3 uktnyno smb
Three or More entries. cod net len than three to
ostrcaee,lo or rent.
116.4fAtefee to be mete C. the Trevor,: en the
patine, at 6 co. the do previa= to the race.
R. B. PATTICBSOIs, Treas'r.
PHOTOGRAPHS. of ever, du sad atils. plata at
JOSH WATSON, Sec' y.
0011,15113 ruvn AHD Kumla mins,
PIIIIVILSOII would pgtjataitli QUIP la.
es shod Bight of Mira •
or Pucci' zosomags, ud solitfaottoo gooran
8010 pat be IL DI. Swint Osigmstal
Glazed and Vnglazed Spool Cotton.
Sraroar—TALL BiVIB, Kam.
Alto. Agfati for VICTORIA. DIAMOND MNDAD,
WeILBW. DtlBToll . o AND nature AFOUL
OOE. MITI AND mmizrz era, .2 gar%
or Tha wbokoolo trade supplied to goanUttoo to
rot t, by thy OM ofe bra. sandal
$llO I •
COLORED RECRUITS WAFTED,
KT NO. N WOOD BARNES,
for the litilifTll 73X61411111141 D. O. 00L0111414
TROOPS, which W how 4orming 64 011210 "MUM
Yuan, Duo Polladalpies, P.. Pay. ilkdblog and
Ilaitosolba mos so white =idiom
Tolutwertatioa will be tortilobol opoo royllostion
to tits ondorstgusci,to Knew of lova of soy am:lbw
CAA. THOS. IL SICI7OLIS9,
11A split ii /RON IMA I lIUW
ILL 11.146M11XD Mau pabllabrd. In a onalad
Talons. Price Els Orate. A Liar'. on theßaton
Tro.tataat and Bodied Caro o• Bpsrmaiorrkeea, or
Ihradad Watkoa. Issoinatary araWona beseud
Doldlity. and Leopgdlnunda to ails:Auto i
IforTOLLOMS. Consamption, ifp=rit TM 23. n.
tid and Ps plod Inovacitr. train rola
£bana ito.. b, Bow. J. Cmormaram. ordlior
of tiko Orem Book, 80. °A Iknon to ikorormal of
Butters,' ma m to rd, tn a ptioto onvalopo. no
any edema rost•ped, on rocalpt of a'r. onto or two
PAM%ldafonrs by _ DS. OIL I. C. BLUM
tliewm.mew Satk. Post Ofdzo Box dad.
TOE CMIGIN. °OLD% az..
J. M. 'TILTON
Prepankt sad sopa by
Druz atom liftb .trist.
.Llll eat:l*nd often km isle s veep destrable
pine of lend. eantshihurlS34 aims mostly. Masted
In Int Wain township. It rusts on the errwantini
rose an one We, sod one side an the Illesbahentro
nod. It Is pert al the White 6eU Terra. 7W s lot
has a hone erected on it, end se orchud of apple
sea asap Woe been truth 'Me kdorlll be .old
on aranamtlating name If notookl bane the ant
of Item', It wet be tor rent
far further putlndart Inquire et Mirth BAIL,
or the saternm~hoonden toonahlp.
eoltrardoirlfent DAVID Itlooo
M .161 aLJG X NU flaw:lY .—Jareati
BU &DM LIdD OIN/111111FTLI. "UM%
SUBIIII9, VlElle and I:7ES9EIIOfiB WILLOW.
(What et.d the commeatal caltuji / aux? TEM
awl herbaceous phut', all le vast quselltis sod es
slaty. 130178a0N. OHMS, 1211 end 801111
BOiS fa et the low price of ; &
jeer handral, U at.
dined bbn potttmit Mao; and all other Enna?
stock of lust quell:s. end at reduced prices, to order
to okra out deans the onteent ao4 nest /pen.
looks et 0 IL 811174,117 Dtattated
cw, S. A. YILLON.
ergthertrel, no the -----
ALUittiLN WOUlittl ON - MILL.
TAIT 1117117113 T.
Points /miaow et Ow &take. 1111. CO.
Langone% ganabot Wounds, $1.O&
Pipe Hoag of 11111taq *may, OA;
Trr Masora] &swan's wow, 11. C.
Ammar, weintuog3l,oa. 4
Ilasuand's Physic ad Kinsolurail"
iflactmasee silo" Ildivri,lllAo.
raotard'i Wow Inspery.llll:6ll.
lawns* mum limprb $1 In
Um Ito" ea Maoism. VW Wdocattrals, OM.
Tar sa's by KAT
W W. "
r iss stmt.
A WliOlatealAlX TEA klUtllol
Pathdatotdosotatiss to seem the orders otaa
hat& sad todesttioss'young not, to ad! goo& on
Moo, to asbate' Add
TLa tody taus empl pd oral not tr Wird to
clasp hp p'ota ct restboor, tot sail b, aitatatod
aamplo, ho and serf tactility ofotdsd toauilti Ate
*stagy tatsainnitara, both Lr blaaelland Ada am.
olopt_; - Undoobtad zatatenta as to' atwitter, ts.
quued. Addams MIA Pox Mt, Philsdalptda Post
TATE & BEVILLB,
GAB AND i!2/11 172 TM.
6I 1110111116. L 11114117, Alleeway City
sad 1197 LIBERTY ISTEIZET,Matti!
so. $ swims ETUIIT. •
Acknowlndinnatfa of Dada Incadnons and A&
&wits MUD. May Dada Nafisars. *Maid a
Agreeinela, Luso and lava Pawn
N am i llar
ICO TO 1 OITOOI GOOD PUBS WI,
113131914 i 111111171%
rn1 801 !* 11 4 1 0 2 • 4 :- . ,
Moult ithutre Dina fitinii;,'
MOAT sada staill4
COLLINS FLU ASSOCIATION
Will OM the loilovls; liberal Prnalcum .
at stfOUXTLTO TO 81,000,
1 NOS I=
SPROVBEENT OF THE BREED ROUE:
TUE FAIR WILL COMMENCE
WEDXZWAY, October 14th,
AND CONTINUE , TURES DAYS
Pireotero for the to el Tereeeht 61•1110n—..,...-- $lO
Premiere ix the heel /hellion ter all parpores— 16
Premiere far the beet Touting Cblt—
Pmire far e test eo Teer old Colt
re re tO e rim for t th he tes t /sadly Iron*. Mare or
The eh 3,1 Preibiame will be %waded on
Ttaulday, (Mallet lith, 1860, at 10 a. In
Fleet Day, 1 1-Ip. ni t , First Preminm 5160
for Trotting..lloese, Five tears Old
Owned in Allegheny County.
To bond Harm
Beats 3 In 3, la nem.% to Bala.
First Bay, geeond Premium, $lOO.
nit Bast Daate• $76
Emma Bat Doubts 45
Mlle Bra., 17 la 6.
mud Day, 11•! p. in,, Premium of $
Flat Bost Peo , og
Emma Boot !Was Rom..
Kilo tints, It in 5, to Halton, to 8010. ,
Rand Day, Second Premium, WO.
Tint Boot Trottlrg
Woad Bost Trcttloo Walton .15
nu. sou, is in s, to Ramat, to ants,
Third Day, 114 p. m,, Grand Trotting,
13WEIIPSWLE8 FOB ALL.
Tint But Homo .4300
Sottottl Sett Bow- IOD
111:o litaa, i In 6. to Maus, to Ada.
DR, HALL'S BALSAM,
7011 THE LIMP,
Ira tale at rola Nil DUG tOBI.
Nos of and 63 TRth Ones.
FLAGS I FLAGS I FLAGS!
BOUSES, POLES. COMPANIES, 4143.
BUNTING, MYELIN 0/1 EaK,
AU due, team TITIKPOO3B TO jun: rs 32
Pittsburgh Flag Manufactory,
PEETOOKII NEWS DICE OT,
rani irmarr, mos=ses raT on=
A W iSUAT 1611Jah.
W. C. WAIZT.-T. 7/L DLTEDIWX...-W4 P. lATIIWION
HARRY, DAVIDSON & CO.,
tad dodos hi
Of ma dzionlatlon.
No. 99 PITBLIO LLEDI2III
A FB waiver. W
130513 OP MALTA 1011/ABB.
FULTON'S Mira stows
inns a we 69 •ten item*
DELL OF WHITB FMB wanted for
1J the par of the (Wait= sad Cincinnati eat
Woo NOuVo Mb of *MU murs CO Clatrand of UM
Omrlostoo tilde of to Phle Ma, at lb. Oxide" to
the Burton of laret, me no liter then the lit of
Jane The quality of the lumber mud be atedsto
mend. tree from all defects, Olted Win CO full and
Kean sad free hose zap.
aortal to wetting for the atom dello*, id.
drum' to the undersigned. and encompenled by
tateddry reementes, mill TOOGITIKI to the 10.1 t
Normateraext. JOHN A. 119111914313.
intone entegtourand Obtatunatl Bridge oa.
AU stlies, petits, Wes Asa qtotales.
The Cheapest and . Beet in the City,
=IMO 'ffAth NTH ST.
ernes or Vass=oo. Clam a tal o
Haulm IA Walt Om; a. T.
NUR ARE ROW. PREPARED
I T Minh axon andlestiao.
Livizaso* :rows A CO.,
Minis ter swum.
0,500 WILL PIIIIOIIOBAVIEBY
DISISABLY IWO itfOltg BUICK
1wa.4411111 elgtterscoms. baliti•d alga bin,
bine brenseett. ae. lot by: W bets new mu.
plot Atatbopy Weld sea eta amp. beteg t1e.495
lbstentranta Amebae. -Apply to
G. & Baum, Oombiersial Broker,
ooi Butler str.ed.geolrenerrille.
PI. ufreTioa illstKes.
TULTOBI DSII6 IFFOIM
sel9 er,oa dooreoo. s.a
Tar sale at
• • no.. ononwwboared.raf
ed. who on eattUrd te exuatataa: ke sari
ditint tothoColualltdas Lat at Korth t. ISA
e orlo wbb la b• rallied by the puuttat at POO.
head* roma 'WAN. "tab to promo ambulant*
to tab Utah' piacedarito the epee. win god tt to bolt
otvantoto to "Asa !woo Iwo fatly yeereed vitt"
Make. Ate. - J. 11L.
Utt Yaw* tuteloaar assitthOsidotenta
, istddzatuvero 4.OJ)k
' scum= sebOisp!!/ . 130ta,,,
For main!' ' MAW% MO MIA
15 1 2R 0 ', 1317171777 *Ola
t , PII7BEURGH THEATIW.
BUOCZE3 OW THE ORIOIZAI
GHOST, shish boa utastahed the Pittsburgh Tap•
ILL TIM It wager. at gnat lab= and impala% tail
brought tram Paw Tort sa calmly raw aPPosilk
th 3 larval its the couttry. whith anabla Ids to
itow thin Hoallez a flu Aim so puha ea to ddY
THT. OHOSTI VIZ GEM I
A net Ghost Drama. dramatised tram tho IL T.
Lapp, will be produced.
EITINIIIO, will bo peosonted rot rho Iret
Vas—with ths Gent Eipootrat Itkuloo,
TELE WRITIII TRI/BOR.
To cooclado with
TWINING THE T Omits.
O.IIIE ORIGINAL Ficrous,
THOU RIBLO',3 BALOOK, HEW YORK, LT
FOR A SHORT REASON, COMIENCIRO.
WEDIIIIBDAY, OCTOBER 14th,
GOODWIN & CO.'3 GIGANTIC
POLYORAMA OF THE WAI.
Las largest, mast coal-lite mid only authentic Ult. 't
tory of the Omit Rebellion ever deeded on amens. I
forming a perfect tcauttript of every event cf Wipes. I
Mum from TUE IIEhT DREAD SION U. AT
BUMPTEE DOWN TO Tale OAP :URI OF 4 7ICKS.
D the slime COLOSSAL f ICTVIE or TEN /
We& the wee =Milted in vi.tetu.ge n .hutmity
test, end gave such univemet sa.tsfactlon to aawdtd•
and delghted audience for three corm.= we thaw,
and the mom feerso which matted its "dealt In this
cityabo greeted beavearance In Cleveland. Garth.
lemlsvillt, dd. Louts, Chimp, flabbillant
WeabingCn and Philadelphia, tie most oapediea
hal a that* &in twins los. Relent to ammo.
data the Immerse throop tette tacked to eflialWin
D u an the months of July and August. Moab.
tun we scared la the band. of the ta mated &MEW
ender whose empires It was originally
fu nine veldts their united cawing were
In re =
touching the picture sal encomia( MOMS
of absorbing =tenet, Each scene has be • ly
r-pabited, and stands iamb In et the frailuteN sad
Metre of Ito Oaths Usu.:. The loasses" entintr.
ntie reputation supine by tble wattle
tee painting, brought into tea dad a bait of bar.
Alec tutlia•lons, which ban vainly en mania to
compete for the panic favor. The elate bemptund
utterly Wile, and the pima and pablie, with 011•00...
wad, Imes pronounced GOODWIN It 0. , 41
woos or TEM WAIISINRIVALLID //51) UN.
APPROAtiIIABLK The exhaust to la now weft
the crenate" direction and control of Ale RUINS
BOILERBT, who will paid's!, 'spar at tech
extdbitiote, and deliver an KL &ROSATI MS!
1 TORIOAL LECTURE, the rentUtion of aid*
In the principal Mike of the Ilultid Biala,
hoe extorted the =qualified meet:each of Oath
tire public. tech Go. D Prentice., of tae LoldiNUA
Jetanat, to avermeting upon fhb lodate, woad
to lar.Bamerby the proud *ganef*, TO
ILOCUTIONIST Olt DAY. BOU tardier I*
1131M.51 1 the mato 'mums of this Morns sale.
find iniertainmen, e Mrs. scrim SOSIRRBE.tha
eminent °menet° Vocalist, will introduce , at each
echhltion • variety of popular and arm:plata PUP."
bOlada. 110 • Run, of them written apnea y
trace these /on desplyexciting scenes. Tim
melody are than =MO to tmeP.intat's am, end
the lovas of AUTISTIC ELCELTANON.CL SOWO
ORATORY. AND ILEFINSD NORIO, will be pob! ,
acted with an estartelument which stands come:
idly WITIIOOI' A 11/Y AL IN TUB WOULD.
TRAITS '25 arias; Children under ten,l3 emits. -
Doom op= at l—""'a at o'clock. GRAND •
IttATINVIa WEDNESDAY AND SeLDUZaIf I ,
ASTEItetCODIS, at 3 o'clock, whin children will be Ai
admitted fora° cents each.
• BUM SOKRIBY, Manager.
C. 41.110117 t BRUCE, Apnt. manta
nIIPHANEY COURT - RALE OF LAW.'
anwaviLtz 741:110.—T13 11 •D IT lOU-
Ine,iontobor 21tb, at 10 ticket, will be told. on the
yeemMni. In the Borough of Leminnotrenta bi oder
of ItoWt /Bell. Administrator of Mahohn
decl.nbe tollowlng teeny-da datimble lota to
-toe plan hid cat of the hanurned promniols l
Blateen lots, each halting a tend at ft list an the
Ylataborah and Grosnebn - g Pita, end moults:
la , k 100 diet to Yards, el .7.
Two Ida, oath haring a trout at 13 teat 4 bahel ,
on the litteba• at and Greensburg Ake, and en.
tondta back 103 met 43.‘ Inches
bit lots on Liberty sired, each twin • trod of
hi Ind and cottentlieg back 100 toot to Tairdatalley.
MOSIOSIOII Liberty deed, doe lidless tend
of tod and estendlng book an dame ea
71 hat 103 teams.
Co. let at tee come of Marty strut end idt
dew alley, bobs • trod ot 103 feet', inches on
ern dent and Ltd toot 10% inches trod on Idabel •
'I mu or Bass—troo, QUA, oar, ond t rain
In two soil nnynints auk and two park ebb'
banns; aimed by ju ty dgment. bond.
Plans of tb• incon say be bad at Ms Andidn
Room. No, 15i 111th timed.
ccd - DAVIS 11 YoILIWAII4II. Awns.
NNEANOWB HOTEL AT AUCTION.
ALL —On TUESDAY rirlibtlllo, Oct. Is. at 7 3G ;
o'clock. will booth at the Commercial Piths SOC.%
/do. da fifth 'Met
Tye pnmerty known so “Nemice`a Betel; Womb'
an forth Meet. between Ferry end Market Meseta.
The lot is foray feet fronton loath 'bred by Nall
dye test deep, The Hotel le • teransony
heathy a trontot thirty-omen met by esTenty.thase
tett seep. lßar•racm, elate/40cm Wolof, mem
and Michell ea the erst lloor. lb. ' Parlor mash.
roam. mot twenty lee Eelloosee on the sec . Caul sod
clad doom Cedar glades the entire hove, UN
hone won lately built, and la now doing a rad boa.
lima or rists—emrlsall cob ; the
m balsam la
ors, two and tbrioloors, wttlt Inti% rtelwor
bond sad trartipmr. Tor patt.troirta tuatara of Y.
H. esti, tto 111111 t Wm. or ot It. Maim or
10011 G& and MAUKINEBY eT AN.
i wori.—oß tummy iivatrumali
at 734 o'clock, sill Is told at tbs Oontaarbili Saba
Boasox 14 1/Irth sinat. lb, Iran Tow la Noma
Ban, Wel and by A. Elam Bra,aaa•
prits'agetottotiotigramiA tittrate PON= the Tali
tat; web EP G sad Butler A;
ad building reattiataggitstm ltabta.thatillM
am &altos 'MANS. with caber auebtalry... -
tat adjotalag6.t 1:001.0 wbich b.rtauds tea.
Italy Imam Deana
& =Wain Lax MEW .
cab bil atm aratblirkll2ll. lona
nONSTABLE'S PAUL OH 430011,
N.. 09 TIIIIIIITIIST , AT A 11C11017.-OaTIV _Um
1001111 IN% October 131 b, at 10 oteket, Y
rill Aotlion liSten. Win CO solo on as
outatity of god Itutations, onluvols• g
Rotolo Top Dowd:4 Bonn. Walnut 414
sst ens 71shogsav Sots Bat Chats. ass AO
Walnut Bob oeat Obalzt.Osas Eost cuirs,a4
on. Tacked Wash Stsoo4 OW TAW" .__...,
Ootend Loom, two 011 Talattogs, ono Islosi_A.
chum topthet Arab wrs * th ew adlig l l l , l '..
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