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idil.i4 ~ 444 lisisoloOiritid the Rebellion
VOngeltii, ...Perils from MUM.
Yesterday we presented to our readers
i those passages , of Mr. Soingia's speech on -
Gni foreign relitions, in which he refers to
- Esgland - and herpolicy Of "neutrality"—
which conceded to robot iloce.mosgers the
rights of ocean . i.edigereney, or, in other 1
wards; licensed them as pirates. To-day,
tie add a passage of, almost equal interest
end importance, in which, Mr. Status dis
cusses tho oonrde of the French Emperor's
policy in relation to the slareholifirs' re-
ljnlcin State Tle
MIDILEW G. cuirriN• of conuo•
FOR AMOY TEO IMMO/ 00II82:
Dian , AGNEW, Of Mover.
" — raise - Colors.
It is no question now with us of black Or
robite---butfOnly of the Wad, obits and blue."
We saw a flag a day or two ago—at kall-
OW; wisualti-11oating from the win
dow" of - titbit is facetiously styled the ;
"Deraooreitio Salk' with the names of Wood-'
wad astamerfe--Heaven sate the - mark l
raga :maid upon a long,
swallow-tilled extremity, which Surmount ,
ai the dig. The fork WO tike it, was at
%Oolong type, symbolical of the utak- ;
&Maul" which lawyer' &adjudges have
beta soinetimes apposed to give. We
counted the stars, expecting only to find
elms, bit to oar great surprise, they had
grown Into a constellation as big as the
'Great' Bear." We looked for the bark but
they bads - lien - 1m to the stripekind 111)161os
was still retalaed out of deference no doubt
toltecienvivialassooiatione. And jet three
thiilllll it had . been, intended to bring ;
reproach upon the emblem of oar national
diluted in broad day the names of
the pettyfogging lawyers, who had quib
bled &tray the rights of its defenders, and
punished their loyalty, by strip.
ping them ot their highest prielleges se
ale*. It the champions of Mau
Surreimaty, who counsel submission to
treason—denounce the draft—defy the fed
eral tiournment and its courts, and de
-Atte Iroise—who slums conspicuous,
in connection with the flag that means no
more to them, than the cabalistic) word
“Derneersoy,' under which they seek to
cheat - the people of their birth-right, as
they 'hire already attempted to swindle the
absent soldier cut of his vote.
lihd now let any man, satiated by that
umbel, go into that ball And listen for •
moment Mono of the speeches with which
it continually resoundsrand see whether
he.htif not got under the guns of • pirate,
wiiihas Shown the flag only to entrap the
unwary. He will find the port-holes open
the grim-throated war dogs charged
to their muscles with wrath, and frowning
destruction upon the flag and country both.
If he beard a loyal sentiment--eo much as
a &taper , of denunciation of the treason
which is spilling, the blood of our noble
yorith, and endeavoring to destroy the na
tion's life, or one kind or enucreging word
in favor of the commander, to whose hands
the , lag of the 17nton, which 'they have
Weft:- bring out as their banner, has been
co*mitted by the people, it will be lome
thing more, we think, than has reached
the ears of the right-hearted Irishmen who
have fled fiom the profanation to which
they are coMpelled to listen.
:The lest subject of discussion, if we are
rightly Informed, which engaged the atten
tion- of the patriots who hold their orgies
thetre, was a proposition to gather up an
Indiana on this side of the river, to go
gaited to another meeting projected for the
teal oily of Allegheny, where they have
Away" found so little to encourage them.
How, although we admit it is only neighborly
to furnish the audience, where the materials
are so scarce, we don't exactly see the
wisdom of eucli demonstrations as these,
lib oh are more likely to make trouble than
to precentit, and we would suggest only
decent regard, Inds& talk upon the paddle
"quire", for the loyal feelings of trnioti,
men;who hays ISM and brothers in the
field, as a much more effectual security for
the preserutbit of the public peace than
Idle menaces of this description. It may_
be, and is generally usevered, that the
:men who go armed upon the street", or to
public meetings,,are cowards at bottom, as
it le equally true that the American aiti•
Atte, who his unfaithful to the flag of his
a citicurtrY, and iritheut the courage to jein
4 '. the Jebelibit Openly, if he hue a heart at
ill, and any red blood in it—l" not likely
to be endowed with one as big , as that of a
respectable bite . ken. We ire further grat .
Ifitek'thereferkito find that these was-coral
Weir gentry, vim do. the"-work'of the
-;. bbt!fer Mat, In the : North , are beet:lll.Si
to show a little disposition to handle the
4readed implements of war. '
There are many of them, who, but. " for
these Site nuns," and eke that " v ill in
one' saltpetre, to' dined out of the boa
els -of the harmless earth," would, no
doabl, themselves hare been soldiers long
age, on one side or the-:other. When
theY..*en „Id thlh; of guns and drums,
ana siforb,'!-It makes us suspect that their
* ar t s
are beenilegict knock a little, at
against their ribs, andieok upon them
Air/top/ul audit All cicala. MeV will
only gilltio:We hive no Abjection that they
should alaie their aide, " because , we would
nether Meet them lithe hostile racks than
entertains , llteni-. as. *.ludases hue. We
should therk.lie rid of them at least.
May entertain the hope;ltowever,_
tut 'their • sew bore valor, may
'Teener the - . proper direction.=
against the. , enemies oft he country 7"
Whoever no to ; tight now can Surely
gad midi better °employment:in belpthg
our brave !nit In Um army, than quarrel.
Aag -,friembr• at bome: Until
they are "priop ared . to do so, we would. ad
ici" like" itillieirlittionliag.,
We *hien& to fake colors, either on:lair sir .
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- It we cross the channel into France, we
shallnot be encouraged moth. And yet
the Emperor, though sating habitually in
ameert with the British cabinet, has not
intermeddled ao illogically or dbsplsied
temper of so little internmionalamisbility.
The correspondence under his direction,
even st the most critical moments, leaves
little :to be desired In respect of form.
Nor has there been a single blockade run
ner under the French Am nor • single
pirate ship from
g a N
spite of these thin it is toothst
- the Emperor has W ren sides muss in
at least four important public ads, posi
tively, plainly, offensively. The Duke de
Gliolsesk - Prime Minister at Franey was
familiarly addressed by Frederickthe
Great as the "coachman of Europe," a title
which Laub Napoleon has earned. But he
must not try to be "the coachman of Ames.
Following the example of England, Units
Napoleon has solthowledgel the rebel slava
mongers as ocean belligerents, so that with
the sanction of France, our ancient ally,
their pirate ships, although without a single
open port which they ran call their own,
enjoys complete immunity as lawful
cruiser, while all who sympathise with
them may furnish Impplies and mtmitions of
war. This fatal concession was aggravated
by the ooneurrence of the Megrims Powers.
But, God be praised, their joint act, though
capable of giving a brief Vitality to slavery
on pirate decks, will bei impotent to confirm
this intolerable pretension.
(2.)Sinister events are not alone in this;
recognition of shivery was followed by an
expedition of France, in concurrence with
England and Spain, against our neighbor
republic Mexico. The
very soon w ithdrew
but the Emperor did net hesitate to.enter
upon an invasion. A French fleet, with an
unmatched iron-clad, the consummate pro
duction of French naval art, is now at
Vera Cruz, and the French army, after a
protracted step, has stormed Puebla and
entered the famous capital. This far
reaching enterprise wee originally said to
be a sort of process, served by a general,
for the recovery of outstanding debts due
to French citizens. But the emperor, in a
mystic letter to Gen. Foray, gave to it an
other character. He proposed nothing less
than the restoration of the Latin race on
this aide of the Atlantic, and more than in
timates that the United States must be re
strained in power and influence over the
Gulf of Mexico and the Antilles. And
now the Archduke Iffedmillan of Austria
has been proclaimed Emperor of Mexico,
under:the protection of Franca. It is oh
dons that this imperial invasion, though
not openly directed against us, would not
have been made, if our convulsions had
not left the door of the continent ajar, so
that foreign Powers may •new bravely en
ter in. And it is more obvious that this
attempt to plant a throne by our side
would "have died before it saw the light.,"
had it not been supposed that the rebel
slavemongers were about to triumph:.
Plainly the whole transaction is connected
with our Odes, and I know not if it may
not be a stepping-stone to some actual par
ticipation in the widening circle of the
war. But it can be little more than a
transient experiment—for who can doubt
thst thisimperialezotio, planted by foreign
care and propped by bayonets, will disap
pear before the ascending glory of the Re
This enterprise of war MO follow edby an
enterprise of diplomacy not less hardy.
The Emperor, not content withstirring
against us the Gulf of Mexico, the Anti),
las and the Latin race, entered upon a
work of a different character. Be invited
England and Russia to unite with France
in tendering to the two belligerents (snob
is the equal designation of our Republic
and the embryo slave-monger mockery I)
their joint meditation to procure "an arm
igloo for six months, during which every:
act of war, direct or indirect, should provi
atonally cease on sea as well as lend, to be
renewed, if necessary, for a further pe
dad." The Cabinets of England and Rus
sia, better inspired, declined the invita
tion, which looked to little abort of recog
nition itself. Under the armistice pee
posed all our vast operations must have
been suspende ed—thlockade itself must
have , ceased—while th b e rebel ports were
open on the one aide to unlimited imports
of supplies and military Stores, and on the
other side to unlimited exports of cotton.
Trade for the time would be legalised in
these ports, and • slavery would have lifted
Its grinning front before the civilized
world. Not disheartened by this failure,'
the Emperor alone pushed forward his di
plomatic enterprise spinet us, as he had
alone pushed forward his military prise
against Mesico,Tind he proposed to
Government the unsupported meditation
of Franco. ills offer was promftly _re
jected by the President. Congress, by
solemn resolutions, adopted by both Holmes,
with singular unanimity, and communica-
Led since to all foreign Governments, an
nounced that rush a proposition could be
attributed only "to a misunderstanding of
the true state of the question and the real,
character of the war in which the Republic
is engaged; and that'll was in its nature
So far injurious to the national interest
that Congrem — wonld be obliged to consider
its repetition an unfriendly aot." Thi e s is
strong langusge, but it frankly state he
trio position of our *country. Any stoat
offer. whatever be its motive, must be en
enuragement to the rebellion. In an
age when idols- proud, and even words
beme Wags, the simple,. declaration of
statements are of incalculable •impartanoe.
Bat the head of • peat nation is more
titan statesman: The imperld proposition
tended directly to the , dismemberment' of
the ItepubUo' and the echstitutioit of a
slave -monger nation.
lidded in this effort, twice attempted,
the Emperor does not yet abandon its pal.
icy. We are told that "it is postponed to
a more suitable opportunity ;" so that he
too waits to strike, if the Galilee cock does
not sound the alarm In an opposite quer!
ter.. Meanwhile the development of the
Median expedition shows, too clearly the
method mediation. It wits all one trans
action. Mexico was invaded for empire,
And mediation was proposed in order to
help the plot. But the Invasion must fall
with the diplomacy to which it is allied.
The French Emperor is against us. In
an evil hour, under temptations which
should be scorned, he forgets the precious
tradition of France, whose blood coromin•
gled with mein a common cause; lie for
gets the sword of Lafayette end Barham.
Win Slides 14 - Gui tide of the sword of
Washington and Lincoln; Valls the.illies
of 'the:anoint_ monsroby floated ,togethos
willtthie stars if .our infant flag; he for
gents dist early M alliance, sealed by Frank.
U, hich W_ to the . Republi the assts.
ante of national life; arid male o
;trainer of her rising gloty;: Ittu pieta*,
h ell scrinos6B-,-ranalve date 'Ufa plots;
and he forgets still more - the obligations of
'his ovenname, haw the fleet Napoleon mor•
rendered to us Louisiana anti the 'whole
region west oitheldluissippl,saying "this
licassOlon of territory !dilation; forever
thelOwei of the United States, and gives
to England a mealtime: rival destined to
;humble , her:Ode ,t. and he - fOgete also
lOW be lIMHA - isiton bigisiriint ms inter.
liberty, boosted laud),
that Frame always - stood for m1' 4 1 , 10; 11
kissiforgetting Ahem things wide& - nmu
loind osisoi .lOrp4_lo sneers "
qua of RePWA. with We 11
of that very territory, which had eons to
us from the first Napoleon, yhils Promee,
always standing for an "idm," is made, 1
under his auspices, to stand for the 'idea" '
of welcome to • new, evangel of Amery,
with Bison and Melt se evangelhits.
Thus is the - imperial influence thrown an
the Bide of rebel elave.mangers.
the indent Gaul, the Emperor forbears for
the present to Aug ids' sword into the
Beale; but he Sings his heavy hand, if not
his sword. Trampler upon the Republio
in Pranct upon the Republic in
Moxico—itremsins to be seen if the French
Emperor can prevail u s trampler upon
this Republic. Ido not think he cm, nor
am I anions on account of the new Em
peror of Mexico, who will be u powerless
as Ring Canute against de rising tide
the American people. His chair must be
withdrawn or he will be overwhelmed.
Sow P—"."-*-".---emnsylvanln and ilarliand
may be Canted%
The Richmond Enquirer has a pretty
scheme for enabling the copperheads to
carry the SWAM of 'Pennsylvania and
Maryland in the aigrosaidng elections. It
proposes that The shall spin moss the Pe
tomso, and %okras" his army in these
States. We quote:
"The mess of the Demmrstle
would be no longer
doubtful should Gen.
Lee once more advance on Meade. Parties
I in the United States are so nearly hal-
I anima that the Mist advantage thrown in
favor of one will ensure its MOM • •
Let Lee drive Meade into Washington, end
be will again raise the spts of the Dana
crabs, confirm their timkk and give °rea
dout° to their wavering. Re will embolden
the peace party, should ha egabi moss the
Potomac, for he will show the people of
Pennsylvania how litileseturity they have
from Lincoln for the protection of their
homes. It; matters not whether the sa
vants be made for
b ore plurals of perma
nent occupation, simply for a grand
raid; it will demonstrate that, in the third
year of the war, they are so far from the
;subjugation of the Confederate States that
I the defence of Maryland and Penusylvs
vats has not been scoured."
This is a very Moe scheme is U stands,
but unfortunately there is one great ob
stacle in the way of its enema. aleade's
army, if there is any eleotieneeriag of this
sort to be don°, will be likely to have •
hand in it, and Lee would Bud difacrlt
to persuade theiveterans who have so often
defeated hie arms, of the propriety of such
peculiarly floithern tulles. But as es
hibiting how perfectly the rebels and cop
peheads are in word, the suggestion of
the Enquirer will just now be found of no
little sto the loyal men ot l!ilaryland
and th Key s tone amts.—R. Y. Ant. •
Politics is the Cars.
As the trail:it= Willisinsport, contain
ing large numbers of conscripted rasa, was
on its - way to Lock Haven, much conversa
tion took place on the mbjeat of the draft.
and in matins= of some indignation
upraised as to the hardship ot. the law,
certain Copperheads in the train deemed is
tine opportunity to take a vote and thus
make capital 'for their traitorous cause.
The vote was accordingly taken with the
Curtin, 71., Woodward, 37.
After the result was known some of the
Copperheads declared that the soldiers
present should not have been allowed to
Yale, alleging that the soldiers were all for
Curtin, and hence the necessity of distrait
ohisingall who bear arms in defense of
the Clovernment.—Harrisburg fiteireet.
Ice for Diptherin.
A correspondent of the Providence Jour
fovouches fo the fficacy of ice as a aura
crou e p and all ordinary In
flammation of the throat. The manner of
application is as follows :
"Break up a small lump of ice in a towel
and put the pieces in a bowL Take posi
tion slightly inclined backwards, either
in a chair or on 'a sofa. Proceed for tali
an hour with a tea spoon to feed yourself
with small lumps of ice, letting them dis
solve slowly in the back part of the mouth
or the entrance of the throat. A single
such application will often break tap +com
mon sore throat, which otherwise would
have a course. of two or three days. In
case of a bad sore throat, use the ics fre
quently and y. In case of ulaeratbm
ar diptheria, kq •p a smell lump of ice CAM
stand), In the ".• oath. " .
Cassels or Bass.--A Washington paper
"In consequence of the high price of
board and rents in this city, about one
thousand, clerks in the visions depart
ments have been contemplating Om ad
vantage of moving over to Baltimore,
when everything appertaining to living
so much cheaper. House rent and board
can be had in that city sniper cent.
less than in this. Th e ent in
dividuals in this movement say that if they
can effect an arrangement with the Bum
more and Oldo ridrod so as to ds the
time of going and returning to suit th
they will most assuredly make the desired
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LOYAL PAWLS OP !MARI
WEDIESOM SEPT. 16, 1863
ALL WHO TRULY LOVE. THEIR
HIM iSPIIIILICAN unarm
ALL WHO 4111 IN FAVOR
goroni Preueutha of the War
SUPPRESSION OF THE REBELLION
AND TUE PRESERVATION OF
That Glorious American Vniou,
WHICH I 0 TUE
Palladium of our Woolly at limo
Guardian of our National Honor Abroad,
trai teens with o plow of patriotic prUe
Hon. ANDREW G. CURTIN,
THE CHIEF lasourivz OE MI
COMMONWEALTH OF PENN
Dos. DAVID TOD,
GOVERNOR OF OHIO,
Hon. 0. P. MORTON.
00.VBENOB OF INDIANA
SaJor Gino. BENJ. F. BUTLER
The Eecond Hero of New Odeon', whim,
fame has shed new lustre on our arms ;
otr Will Positively be Present .40
ON MS OCCASION
It is Believed That
FLUOR NEURAL FRANZ NOEL
The intrepid young soldier of the Republlo,
WILL ALSO BS wris US
The Convention will As
semble at One O'clock,
WEST COMMON, ALLEGHENY CITY
FREEMEN, TURN OUT
AND GUI ONS-DdY
TO THE GREAT WISE OF THE
" Oars tt tttrtlinttaadbauatAtb tuat
Tru pritus,purelissitusl ditad sot aloud
But Oath its titA written ette, andrissed
sest dais Lads eossgrated blood."
Committee of Altinigements
WII :SG ausiG - chatrumu
vv. A. BMO7. J. corm;
JOHN A. nizawar, B. IL Man n " ,
WIL WOOD& '
JOHN S. PAU& TWOS. &
OISPIIi On% g01..1011W P. 81./.18,
00./INDLT, JOHN W. EIDDIELL,
IMO P. JOBS IPPON IL%
U. lainacm. W. W. Pa°" l/ " .
DOM NM& WI& SOLD.
'DIM M. POMP. O. B.TOWES. -
No J. OILLKOIS. .1111.IIEL'UISP11.
BMW. WALKS,. DAVID ILOBINSOP;
WE. PIMP. W. V. 'WIGAN.
IMO 11. COPWIN. - , •
coiliturrze or BicBOUM
800.. WILLIAM D. JOYDSIOB. . C 1012 " 4
800. D. 9. sawn*, • am:. a. Pia gas.
me. W.11.1:1411M. JODI Dolf. MOSUIa.
Ers. T.BLICIWILVIN, I. 1311.1ULT 01 . Bq.
JAL - Boa J. Z. DOOM& D,
3"1/113/1'0/10aDi TODOW!tif. It.,
O. W. ILLVOMON, , Dr. oWN gaoooll,
J.O. DJODLOIRIL S.D. 0/.lllABagi 164.
ROST. W. lILOILDri, -Oat OVUM
A.D. 1101111 W. T* *BOWL JAMS 1 1 1 94 TA
Bps. T.i.„11148 1111 !:.„.
- , --. • •
Cgr Palanntina TRAINS 40
lOU ba tan ea Dr 4110011 Ila Dael al Ile *NB
roma oda or Ma.
J. wt. mats
Vat BALE E —Coe half of the hAel
- tmrinvy to I..ulUtU, Sumac. egualy,-Pa...
turern u tb• LE4LI.4 HOLIBL Pm of
Warm Tuns secumod.4lo4 Pgtioalarg
•lop'7 Me:MU tn. .AVorney, Nur
(wit: P.. P 8 BOWL ANLI, Sr 3 Ilcuututi
NOTICF,--All parties in iatetest are
soleie that the dtatesest .4 Tillman 1111
Salta of toe mentos ot MONTI a lth BMW. to
the &coed Word of AlPetal- 1 s flied to the LW
irks Loath of dtloebent Wavy
Co.PARTN L3H 1P NOTIOR- 3 he
Aro et 8 011311.1. catkatar, hada rt en
raged in the Kestled Wades Hu tons, bai
tl,y wadded Ur. 01:08.01.11t0MsDLE9e, and
they •td °settees the raze 'boshlets at the old
dant 61 thaket,ellett, en's the named
CLpusTION FOR A FAO
T lot of amnia et the Mil dm on the
alotiongehete, stoat 180 fast breed by WO fett deep
13 WO water line with 10 to sad riser
colonsantoellten, for isle, or -feminize' gonna Mt,
OD MIMI twee.
awl toL Galin SPROUL Pen Voarth et
" Line S. ditAlT.Stattro ,
29 newt Street.
CmOTICE TO CONTRAOTORI3.—Pro
potato are !wilted and sail be rsorived by ths
t o Cll eS MVO of the Cll7 et Alardhrh7* an
tU ISDA.T. lbe 16th lust • for tte trgredlngCerel•
past 4 et the eldesralk Cu the sect side of Se
atm.; from Bretton ayeans to Chatch meow*
WON the South Common.
Prop:eats will be land,d to LBTEM HC DION,
Street Cos =WM ar, J aid o lt
eall:td Chairmen or ibmtalttea.
rpLY INveur. rztisioNsitia.—The'
anderelemi irtil examine INVALID PIS
MO alltdi,as the - °tam of DB. Ko3ooll, lin. 110
Pi MB a 7 HTY4. Pittsburgh. en the Ise DAY Of
utfolssB DLIT. These wham pensions am•
tnescad kr to ths 4th of Itamh.lssis ass regal:ad
to be exa m mined Wore Muy can Obtain Uss sante.
The charge to CS, which will be :shaded by the
Pension biota. G CO. SOO(
K 0 C 11 D..
J. W. DIA u cum. st. D..
a 560310101 51LT(0,132
INETEEN YEARS' LEASE,-
Three acres of val.:ebbe land. pleasantly allude
la the Otte Weed. 'Wining the Hospitel gloanda,
fa raise on the Ilallr.s 4 and Ittek streets; a deals
t boob of els mow, a dersiltrg of three TOM..
and a doable truce holm of els looms, attics, hitch.
lead con ell be [a
ban tr would divide well faro
sebartnen riltdences. lager leas. can
be °bilked el' ?tailed Will t • ao'd at a bargale.
apply to B. 00THBIIHT & WHO,
1.14 61 Market abet.
THE EUBSCRIBBB OFFEI3I3 FOR
BALI, to lob to snit porehseirs, hie tesattrol
111.11114 shutout to San township, jail 5)1 mq"
from this olty, sod seer the Ohio new. The plias
oostatte4 s acres of pod tillable lose, well to proved.
Than ate gout WI Apo% peach, war and sham
trete; ohm Wolters, one pep ewe Also several
pal tiptop of wets , . anti • ipod well of pure sort
Intel , etos the honor. The tad op ore In pod
-mks. The above impiety will to sold lor for cab
or wpm d paper. los • roontry residents , the
Pots - We oinoot be imrpa led IstAileeisay county.
Mil and ate.
soothe of A ..1..1 AO& holes Eau, or or lICIBT.
WHAT, Jr.. lf_roAtiktno or
SONGS, CHANTS ASP USJINS
Derfired f.r the an of Jareafle Moue, PAM
&hoots end Ossalatrlrs, costatalog complete sod
emits ',stem Ittementary Isorsctios. Oostafs
tog 1106 portal natio. mot/ which art the lot.
Red, Willie sod Lou."
"leer of Taos"
tDesr nether, I ft Oats flume Aloha."
'Aunts In Est"
oilestly stabs ths Bs ese "
"Bury tee sot In the deep. Step i.e'
"friss& of freedEnts"
"Wets Gatti flows"
"Let ute Wu kb tor his IL the,"
Olt Mare et Howe.'
.MAOI the Ness
"Ditrestorat of earth "
Oa DU staged an rectiot of 40 ants Tor .ate Ds
alb OBAL Q lIIILLOR, SI Wool st.
STABLING MBDICAL_ COLLIG&
lb s toss so Ibts manna b Intro on
TBUBSDAY, 224 ef Ccgabor, Mt,
sad centimes ball] tbs lot of gaol, 18(4.
e. M. MUTH, M. D..
Pro estor"ot Th:ory and Nadia.
raiDoll3 Oka= ll . WL D .
Prot Otst and D. Wows nod Chlldrest.
JOHN Dawaos, IL D.,
Peolwoor Anettety sad Phyriolau.
Prof. atocry,—ie sod Ear hurry. y.
Prot. dal. Me Libra?. A of. Jar . rp.
THIO Cl. WOBILLIT. M. D..
Prot. Chenatitre and Tat'othoky.
D. pALDEBIeAB ,
DidwatarstOr of Anatomy.
Winn& Furman.—Ths Olus CD bore owe
to Widest belong la the Ohlt Pasttantl..rryy Dolf.tal
awl the two Lop Malta* Hospitals at thls pleat
' ostrolw P. M. turn. Tess.
TTa EXCltill TAI..
Asarsaara lad Oollactlott Dist P•
No. we Torah stmt. Pittaborab.
NOTICES IS BERNDT GOMIS. that tha Lieu of
Valuations sad lannaerlaboa of Proposal WWI to
wider the orket to voila* Isitsriusl Norma to
nowt the Gotototoont sod to pay lota:art an the
Tee to Debt. aripcmsl lily Ist. 1861, and the
datory Act provable March 56.1665. mobs sad tabu
bf th• amnia Madan& Ar•asors or Ada OAL•ot ioa
District. on nasals Ives tor the rzaritaatl d aa d
I all pram intartataa. for tha moo ElVen ye
trots the date Wed, at in ace, lio. IDS Fora*
street, bites= the Nowa at la a. at. taut p. ;
sualbasaidtately after tha =dna= d Okada V
ases days. bot io niall..to the IN and imdlas on
nth of OatoNsr. isiN r.carreAnd dotsrattal an op
peal retails to orroaeota or sz astlarealatißmil or'
oAsmnom 0 0 0 . ss
a bode ad
t a a by th s e ,s r
ewas . it o a o l p o lo t n a s t o s l a a t .
la otitis'. ma opodtir the poWpotor
ono. maw= telair toialicazqg whith Is
SOPSSUIS, ISA stole ins oozed or pita ot tato
quality az woo olsoplothotaL
Mitt A. W1L910 4
J-L WILINOLDI ISOSIWABS;
A chaos colkeson of
BMWIan% Ouporsti e= br ths
Bffitssibisa's Ogggoali Os
SWlnsbasieseagasah. Ox bro %abbrs.
Vtdads* Spas of Bert sad Dam
Maas' Soap of Bwk sad Tuan
Nichols' Ilsrip of Bark sad Ism.
Sasuwdre Vodka Miami%
Images Monad Disown
imudes If•titeal DiSXMIII.
litilicesPia. Tree Oral at;
Wbb.e. Plus Tres 0 0140:
Mabel line Taw Ocala%
Sobrack's Polars& Blimp;
Pr. Ilobasoles Palmitin !yew.
Dr. Calmarthp Pabsaa is tirrP•
lir. si l ly llindrake PUN
Dr. Dobiort's Manta .1411 s.
ftrarlsa pop, kr. Ociasosoyttosi.
PAL Woo& f air iltaLMallTa
Prot area& Iter
Prat Wade Bale Itastaratbs.
lash ledbi•Wittiri Dr: Alain
Diest. lam Wear. Dr. Azilwee
Deeds lodbu. Water. Dr. Madness'
rr. witatati viataiers: claw:
Dr. Wriglirg BvgarCkstad;
Dr. IMO* rm. Gnu Clast4...
1)r. Cloosssia'a Imola PUII
Dr, Clark's raw. rmia,
Dr Iltiodul Drop.
' gadinyro Invigorate.
MINA* Itim•diss; ; -
Cbactio Rimed! I.
Dr. Let [AI Shotuattio Wad
Dr. r. 1404 Dtentratio lßs , d
Dr. Warr, Spoors& Dana
MattaleaAmerclla air Han
Blaritnes keibrataart Hain
Iltenbea Mobrods, for tbs Bair.
, ~.. .. • "..:. ••• .If is li" lbl4ll3 1
• .. . - , .
A trod. omill of Di. lIIIIIPBBITI LICIDDO .
PATRIC Inultlosllst koofind,'
*2l. Allgeorqlobsifau. • . ~
D it" roatotfos Inflow. i
''• - migml ru4# nt. am, .
, _ .. •
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VOA e►LI ►T
J. I. MILTON'S DRUG SUBIC
Joseph Home Sc Co.'s
77 AND 79 MARKET AT.
Wo ODU crying • Wet disfistas stoat of
NEW FALL GOODS,
Which Sal canalise ears Wag that la now In the
muting 4a Arnisery Line.
Our staortment will audit of
DalLifi VIIIELIZIGh AZD BOTTOMS;
BBOOUA LND OIIHNIBIIIOIII/110111:10
DUD LUD }IDOLS GINIB AND SNSNOIIN
Mr= Awn P 01391 LICI ooLLASS, 4O
nulls AND CIREILDIMI VMS, ill polars.
BLACK Lk= MID 0211% VIM
BALMORAL BN thee* ete.ors sod good
quality. IN= 1111 a) Willi 01
nowies,. BIBBoNs. nail= ;
rams, SUMS, aata ;
WWI% BLOND ZDOMBRI;
110/11iBT /MD GLOTXS ;
PL LLD BIR 8033 :
LIDISte 110a11.711 /.11D EOM la Luther. Bo
msa Uds, nissherds rasa sad Blast sad Phits—a
ELAN LILUMIUIII 3 , all kiada s 4 prices
VELUM% HIALIGIII BEMS
suPPis muses, wanly's;
STOCKUIO ILIN. NUM THU;
And a DO uo• of
Tu 'blob dapartmaut we gap particular ilk
Oar 'Scot la omega, sad our resas nag en
sir oxll an 4 look tbronA oos smattnint.
JOS. BORNE es, CO
INIr WHOLTISALI 11001118 UP SWIM
MONDAY, SEPT. 7TH
BARKER & CO.'S,
59 iIIABZET Slant
NEW DRESS GOODS
The attatUsa at - Igarobasta sad listaSlDeslas of
ebik .efil we country. Is agiacially . 11 out
sitiaraaal is sonee--
- „AlanilbrAa ans in Y G
tillD4l lAD lirrap
finurnli C 9 -
1115111 . 5, ,
• lINIUMS,. ".
..tnd Oa fingailsikciiiiitick, la inif
w. - gotiat &an teisi
. opere etas yob
oar Ineressid Itoralikft OWLS OM Vallidal
la The quilt/ mad pica at's" goods. ,
ititiThatit a GLYDS4
Ts' KOUT 1111311%. •
Imams lair& atm* siiil6ollolli.
m;(11= AND fnutonwnitlOXlSl;
tensunak Dian/UM lU3D liSie,o!sal
latioS Mb, - • -
giseril as ortallat d oalt,goodi
loPtwordlooMgeume M r
" 'ffeclttlit ttaarDNO;
• WNW* 'Matt finse VissaaiM
;ALL gOo.wi, .- "r
/41$ 4 *.;:otl i t itSt
&MD= XiMig QTIW. iliellinsy
r 4 fve: r Pnai. Ir. u.a .- ...
Vittrcool4. - Praia Web& War - 11Enedlir
NW 04xds. holm Pcylki._ frit ilhathoh
tats` , isms.. Mieholoki:
KW.. • qua. ' • MidisesS'
Wick Ravi'. Mitlaosk.
Illag. ' floes: xstricm - - -
rack mg . EU nth* Masa epics Mob.
'alma enc, Ca. BtAped Pocalai. Opini Moot%
Black Bliks. 8 14 6 ettirla PellThla ODE' ascii.
Elect mks, 870 &Aped Pcpßoa. BIM% Mad&
• - ~
21 PIETA STREET.
eSSVIIMI. 1 8a1n02141.
..OSCIVIRS it. PSISSIXSIS ,
SOW S. IMISISSIS.
PM ESTISOTIX • '
Ci&rcWular& Cantata llcallem D
011i:tiara. Cheitila Math* D
0 leKangas. oulars Ocetatilimilu& 0
Kozak& ' Co
FALL DRY BODDR
SECOND ARRIIN -LX.I
71QOBID MIIREIO B :
POPLINS. plain and Vita;
LIA.TII3II 001.0101 D LlPADakbi
DIIMM oLr-Ta ;
BLIACH&D 11118 1 4E 8 i
fiaLT TWILLED TLAA3II.Si
DC , . YILLI2I
v -333w GOODS.
EATON. MADE= & C 0.11;
NA 17 •SD to TUTS ISTINNr)
• =Aphis de& •
DROIDINIAS AND LACS
M IN INS AND OANNIIIMIA
&MO BIBB= HOSAIDis
1100 P OKI
MN= Of ir l ir &N.
HUD DAN 113216
mans aim islarnaltli.
113$ IaUTTINQ :Asa,
mutmetitleti ADD DIARIII4.
And eg to the Notion um.
and *maim madrazgos. ant- s
bey to eat mega. mitt tag It team& ixteetet Nat&
Omagh our MUM 111 ••••
lks.ll ill MTH MOM
DECKER'S PIANOS t
tits BM IH killll/101 114111111.
Ws hats teeilsol tot of PIANOS Alia
Sassed issostsethry Mill% 11.1106 Min
pimaent i s
sus by dlstlegalsas4 Ws% sonsid
dr bl Amadei. sad an, //I bribra"lOOM E N
COla oYGonoeetato Our lads.
Ws Writ, flu" and istotala/ tho iv*
dor. to WI owl aid oro oopAdat tl!st,
tlu Indrumosta ravouxeßd Alludes. •
evening 08 /MT arra P
woo, .1 W woises rms. ustacm.soni.
wrirecogstid eapigursa cOsto r b •Nrr get
up& A ant stook di Or above pa =MB&
or eca um, tillm-dlitelet Illetmne
Ilasceis IL ILXBIS ill3lOlll.
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PPM ant puma tura
OVIIIMST. lifonsatalet(o7Blo6 ,
• ' ~
HUM IMO& PUMPS sof •Os MVO'
Kass a 211011111 MOW, QM
to. P OP acaiii t,00,0215. , ~,
1411 I#o4-Airpt IbetNlignitiOnalar,
.witherat bead. wit* . two. 'WM. 16 !
41•ZWIN OM& ' aivo. r - Palm AA.
OW= - - eitiar
WANTIIM- - 4 , good JO f
its* Load mops. Addasi. ti;Mtr
• mkt' al Po a smooth. opium labi l l oir o
oar DrirWrag Maas. (Visodipi Ponaioad
aaw.aatalsaa cadres sztiass, labia dr.
ague siat jam Panes, • -
galaPporar ettaW emir. sthadked.l4;!
FiBWANTED.. -A Facia Laps%
ai l a t o ttha railroad Mak eat or* 0 Wks
tom taa . and warm trorsallistromalladar
Is mu be awns PA odd dog Madi !Ma_
acne, mem ko k Lapdogs viral* ta aid oadi*
M.,tam saay dad a paaLain adv:oldrulli ,
M., Gaon idol PI.
111WOUNga. 6 .
SIM' Maud Mir stadide
TIN thestladali dittos
*Wangles atm &ba 2 010 114
a. ahaßodisortf. o . l basbeit
Sabo Ithielhulam wish the iota! eetesitarA
ak a imadotann ta PROOMIN - Obudimi l
aw m zwithdiandl43llllAa em ll'lSlmk
get!bie asy 4orrits. de gnaw ms
Angfela. Test mole Itasiii - bn*, - *Xiktkthe
Giro Moos Oa eito -
Sarasigrio is Ares MT asathe
it* litturat asig nada; Preall
nom Itgaimasiiiii ailbehilms
afar shoditsre b ir jiqipse m
I ea vito teill•oras tot Ilitisbour
Gay, to to am &s:16 . 1911 or adtcollArsts.
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Wiaki lll . l3 l# E°l3r W llll4 '1 '1,
garkalass tbis 40.19 I =rat
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tab. abate. Piliks** l . ll " l, _ 1.16
°UM"' Warsis own
1111/1 11 LS. ,
No. IN Mb stmt.
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