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THURSDAY MOIMNGI:-.7 . :811PT. 24,1868
Union State Ticket.
rThs otymsog :
ANDREW e. CURTIN, of CeliVIC6
TOD .TIINII or sea EOM= 00WIT
DANIEL AGNEW, of Deaver.
ustos amiaty 'ticket.
Pr•t‘id /*km id tli Markt Mint
*Oen mamma
Por Animehip,
10113 r.atua. -
a. AWNED swum
so. IWO D. lUMBON.
re. MINESTO/IL
TRW.. DIGELAX.
- Mir &KA •
JOHN a. ITTZWATIT.
Ter eigoir
WM. 41.1111311.071. -
Fir Omit 21roasiew.
DAVID AMA, an. •
Jir Jteser&.
IIk=MRS. .
Por.lheskr. _ _
wit. J. BJCIEAEXtBO7.
- Par • Omar CligNialkein
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JOHN 7. DELT*.
&swim in our columns, to-day, will
be found -the reply of the Ministers of
Pittsburgh and Allegheity to the Address
of the Antl.£fiavery Conference held in
Manchester, England, June 1, 1863;—0f
the presentation of which, in this oily, by
the Pes. Dr. Massie, one of the delegation
of English Ministers sent out by the Con
ference, we had a report some days ago.
At the meeting ocinyoned for that purpose
In Dr. Pszton's church, General Roam
-8014 the Chairman, appointed a committee,
insisting of six eminent ministers, to pee
pers a eatable reply to the Address. Yes
terday these gentlemen met and adopted
the eloquent and appropriate reply which
we publish to-day, and which we are happy
to say palters not with any question it
Scuola; but with a directness and w
anton befitting the occasion, yet with a
dignified ohristian courtesy that seeks not
to give offence, utters timely words of
tredh, In which just remonstrances and
men reproofs are blended with , grateful ao
lmowledpmente :and kindest recognitionr.
We need not sly more to direct the atten
tion of corroders to this admirable reply.
American Finances.
In a disunion of the questiOn of "Amer
lean Finances and Resources," ROBES! J.
Waxes makes the, following interesting
remukr, in a recent article, written in
Ragland, and published In the last Coati
sesta iestily. Daring his mission abroad
Mr. Warm has often been Isked—liow
has your Bandar: of the Treasury so mar
vellously sustained . American credit du..
lag this rebellion, "and when will your fi
nances callapse? What we can eve from
Mr. WAL1:11101 paper is bate hint of the
masterly style in which he has answered
this question:
Never did any minister of finance un
dertake a task apparently so hopeless is
Attu fully acoomplbbed by Mr. Chase in
reviewing the public credit. A single ihot
will illustrate the extraordinary result At
the close of the final year ending Ist July,
1884, our pribllo debt was only $84,789,708,
and Secretary Cobb was borrowing money
st, twelve per cent per annum. On the let
Of July, 1868, in the midst of a stuendorui
rebellion, our debt was $1,097,274,000, and
Mr. Chase bad reduced the *Tangent, of
Interest to 8.89 per cent, per annum, whilst
the highest rate wu 7.80 for a campers
lively small sum to be paid off next year.
This is a financial achievement without a
parallelist the history of the world. If I
quit on this subject with some enthusi.
nem, it . is in no egotblical spirit, far Mr.
-Chase's system differs In many respects
widely from that adopted by me as
ter of Finance daring the Mexican *sr,.
arid Which raised United States Ave 'per
cents. toripeemium. But my sutra was
bided en spade, or its real and efilaverti-
Ms equivalent, and would not. have 'en
sured the present emergency, 'hi* by
oar .enormousexpenditure, neces sar ily
forced a partial and temporarysuspension
of speak payments upon our banks and
government Mr.Cbase's system is
alvtohis own, and in many of its aspects,
is, without a precedent in history. a.
• ' • • Besides' - the financial benefits
to the goiernment of . Mr. Chase's system, '
Its other advantages are great indeed.' It
will ultimately displace our whole state
bur Oaten and eiroulatbn and eve as ,a
national currency based on ample private
capital and ;federal stools, a currency of
uniform value throughout the country and
always certainly convertible on damped
beton:dn..Bethink- by.dispiseing the hate
blink circulation the whole bank note oar
rem of the Union will be based on the
stodge of the government and . give to every
eitistm who bolds the bonds. of them:olm
q (which will embrace the whole commu-
WO in every Mate), a direct interest in
-.Ate indatenanos of tU Union.
illissanst..The Leese& it ?sables.
A rammiletter fwon Louis says: ;
"The lidignam censure vislte a d=a ,
oommanding genteel and his it
- of this :dwirment, which - has beea lOig I
secussulathg, and which has found Voice
since the Lawrence Fmatuisere, - is not eon,
Maid to thelridowas ' and orphans of Ithat
fatsdelkfiner yet the legal: people of phi,
border, whO never cease to druid ; the mach
of .the - wrina's ride; nor thc-Union-
Meer this Bible at large s end Ist6Ucityyof
BL - Teuls, who have been struggitag under
the load of bewailed " conservathroollay
' Imar shninistrationi but far and near,
, all ever the West, there bun fo
burets rth& Cr?
- of-hitter reproach and remosetrancembleh
It seems zamt soon reach the Aseantivo's
The 'simple troth of the matter is; that
the amid freedom and the Union have
gone wring ever since the removal of Gem.
Irremeat from this department. Brushing
aside.all ;parlour forms, with Ids Agent's
Whirs aatare s he struck right atthe heart
of the rehelli* he planted his foot firmly
we the seek of the traitorous copperhead
; lerpent. and vellnighatianglad the man
,' Mar. Prom.the moment Miesrdepatere
the wicked - dsell- has been stinging. and
scutraing, until to.dei it has produced'
fhb MOW disseterat - Lawrimea. ! Bs
c perinea =get tot Tars omit, established
' the feet thas there is se half way step be.
- tireest a Unionist and sat rebel. The ;con
wireative experheent has bee& fairly tried
in New Oriesne, cud in 'thio• - department.
The blood of•hundreds - of true Min - and the
rains of Lawrence, that, free city of the .
and
vitastmuLd ail/4211ft
A Suzan° 2 "" 3 ""
won. 1 11 0 7 tu la n trinu .1. 7 1
b Oldo. t he LI
ON* . In the etembegest
lila" 'lit the - following mat of .1 0 611andiglas6.
Sfootikiiiii• • tea triltor," be pay;
-.. isquA r Is a' ow& , o fnenter
'amedieol:l6 =ol * - Dim • - to-ths' Plan.
og Oblo.L___,Re'll opposed la not'opito li
to *min, , m
menti"wwwa- - , the Abeam, ant w
ma --luiromai 104ustai n anr - soldier&
.-,..itiot Dep,e, tarty ealles l l6u
14 6 41 6 1,.- ,6 1 auee this: -
;tll-41nplikw-jleft.i . " and its*yd Obla.kinek
the -••••"0 of anw with Oa armlet
is , s 'writ the he was oonot)f
og lbw 01114_0) whom
dale
.
L Lettertrose Tinalow Weed.
• .
lalr.Weed has slang ;atter is titif-Albsny
.rouratd, tram which we mate s" few ex
tracts :
DEMOCRACY DISLOYAL.
Asa party they are either controlled, or
beguiled, or paraly red,. by disloyal MHz.:
maces- „If s in their epego,.. he s and resolutions,
the rebellion is spoken- of, it Is with 'tate&
breath." They treat :it, tenderly. With
treason and traitors, they "roar you gently
as any sucking dove.' . But upon the Ad
ministration they !bit all their in digns
tic; exhaust &Wadr bitterness, and waste
all their Shunder. , • •
spirit I say all this,
for until this :wicked , rebellion is over, I
care nothing for_ party. indeed, my wish
and hope has been, and Is, that the Demo
cratic party, imbued with patriotism and
Wisdom, would rise in its strength, unite
with the political friends of the Adminis
tration, and crash rebellion.
That such a course wonblbrint the Dem.
°credo party into power, Ifoiesee and con-
cede—concede readily and cheerfully; for
those who preserve the Government and rr
store the Union are entitled to the confi
dence and gratitude of the people.
Bat factious opposition, party.fialt-find
lug, and above all "copperhead" exhibi
tion; will neither end the war, 'restore the
Union, or enable the Democratic party to
elect a President.
TH6 MUT! tzp
As to the draft, it was, it the least, but
of doubtful expedbmoy ; and it has been,
from variorum causes, so complicated and
embarrassed as to render it largely ineffect
ual. We 'lull not obtain as many con
scripts as are required to bring the war to
an honorable conclusion. While the draft
will not give to the army the number of
troops required, there is another way of
doing it. And this imposes a duty upon
us aIL We need now a reldmilingfif the
flame - of patriotitun which illumizated the
States and !mired the people in 1861 and
1862. Let ua appeal to the spirit that then
animated all classes. More and better
soldiers tan be obtained by voluntary efft rte
than by oonscriptioo. Experience has
taught others what the Washington govern
ment Beams not to have understood, that
for obtaining soldiers July and August are
unimonable months; that while recruits,
daring the heated term, are obtained with
difficulty, in September, October and No
vember, they come with a rush. If this
and other Slates cad be organised and
stimulated, u this State was in 1862, by
Gov. Morgan, an invincible army, includ
ing ono-half or tweak& of the returned
veterans, (one of whom is worth two green
volunteer', or three conscripts,) can be
raised in two months.
PPM ISIISPEZBION OP PtABILta coerce.
This piociamation, even while no more
than one Judge McCann exists, to ea need
ful u it was in New Orleans, where there
was a Judge flail and. • Gen. Jackson.
None but enemies have anything to fear
from it. Brit if it were otherwise—if, in
isolated eases, this power should be abased,
it is better that an individual ehouldhe
wronged than that' the government and
Union should be endangered.
Why a Democrat supports Curtin.
no Huntingdon Globe, e. journal that
vas the accepted Democratic organ in Hun
tingdon county for many years, and earn
estly opposed Curtba's, election in 1880,
announces Its. purport to subordinate the
Democratic' party to the interests of the
country, and has hoisted the Curtin flag.
It thus sensibly and patriotically reasons
on the subject:
"We are not certain we will be sustained
in our independent course, but, come weal
or woe, we shall pursue just such a course
as we believe will give the most aid to th.
preservation of our Gem:meat, and the
most effective opposition to the rebellion,
traitors and sympathisers. We have in
our midst, and throughout thecountry, men
who profess to be loyal Union men—men
who belleie they are as good Union men es
any of those who have voluntarily offered
up their lives on the battle-tield in the dc
tense of our flag, but in our opinion they
are better party men than they are either
good Union men or good citizens. A dis
loyal man ID not a good citizen. Ile can be
disloyal, and yet be ignorant of the fact
e Las always been a supporter of Demo
cratic nominations, and now that the or
ganisation has got into the hands of Mai
,ters—the friends of the lesailig rebels in
rebellion against our Government—he still
sticks to party, votes the ticket, and by so
doing glees the rebels as Mitch aid end
comfort as he possiblys:mild were he an
open sympsthiser or in. the rebel ranks.
If Woodward should .receive a majority of
the votes at the.nest election, it would , be
received by the South as mievidenoe of 'the
,trength of their friandiirt ' altash
and would have the "effiet of encouraging
4eff. Davis to hold out against the Union
army-and the Governnient, Every tote
oast for Woodward'and the eo-called Dem
ocratic diettiet and minty tickets vent be
a vote against our army. Every vote cut
for Gov;Curtth and the Union ticket will
bee vote endorsing the character of our
army the war policy of the Nationsl kind
tate ..idatinistrations, and will be received
by the rebels as a condemnation of their
treason. No man roan be • loyal man who
gives the rebels aid and comfort." -
Woodward and Copperhead Comas
am.
The Copperhead_ prom is using every
specious pretext it can to stem the tide of
.
publics opinion _ ta t is eetting in against
Woodward, for retaining his Seat upon the
Supreme bench, whilst he is a candidate
for a purely political position. They know
the perfect infoonsisjentry of their attacks
'upon Judges - Id put tithe, who; holding
sesta upon the bench were nominated by
the opposition, for pol itical, positions. ,
. Who -does lit -remember the malignity
with which the- Copperhead press of put
times pressed Judge lLelly, 'when. semi
sated-for-Congress in 4866? Day after
- day the end &gut urged the
propriety, of his resignation; and- poured
column ofter column pt obloquy upon him
for Ids refold to di:so. Similar 'denunci
ations were 'Mode_ Upon ,Wilmot in 1867,
whin nominated for;. Governor by the ;Op
poslttia beeausi he did not-.'resign, Cir
cuit Judgeship for several months after his
nomination : -
Judge Kelly reigned u Soon ninth can
saes eltssedi Oen after he endued defeat-
Wow, why, should, Copperheads bi 1868
argue in favor ot - WoOdurd retaining his
sett upon thet..bault when they denounced
most virulently such satin in others in
other% In 1868 and A 67 ? Such eonduet is
bat accordant with the eplrit4d unfairness
which erne' obassoterizet thills , mode of
electiorie Will any ottheir journals
AY this'inconsisteripy? Will
any one "try it ?-Phil. New. -
ImpoitiniS Diseoteri lit Medicine..
Broads, asrtr, - Semedy for an
grenb
The - Xenia& 'Delktle informs MI that a
great science of healing has been-lie/eloped
tha s military gangrene hospital in that
city; air:that bromine is •• speoitio in the
treatment of pngtene;-- experiments
which.. lave led to this Abeam were tom.
mooed by Dr. Haamond, Dargeon General
of thekysited States army, and followed by
proffswe Brainard, of Ch*igo. But these
gentlemen Mailnid ite application to the
bite* of Poleatunto ,nerPettna In which it
am found almbstmein°. Dr. Oold.
and Dr. MOM, of the
gangrene extended its use to the
ponous matter of gangrene; andahe
Towing In tht molt:. twentymine cilia
treated without'liotolney nine died, all of
anyone. Of lamuss • treated with
dbrov4ne,.tmelSO' died, only four of them
ot:lnakrenn. • ?Oldie mill startle
t>re , medical -arcald,:and, if the experiment
can be sustained, will prove bromine to be
an op i s specific in this Om, as qui
nine is in
The-Rational Rule in New Orleans
A correspondent writes: "We find that
the military city government has paid debts
repudiated' and over due, and necessary
expenses additional to the expenses of any
former government, the enormous sum of
$904,645 41, and yet the sum total of the
expenses is $720,919 65 less than in the
year before, while the city was governed
by Secessionists duly elected .by the people
—a saving of over $1,600,000 No wonder
the taxpayers are pleased at the new regime.
Some three months ago Gen. Shepley celled
together some twenty of the Wealthiest and
most influential of the loyal citizens and
asked their opinion as to the propriety of
ordering en election of a city government
by the people. But with one voice they
adjured him to do no such thing. 'Never
before,' they said, 'have we had so upright,
safe, and economical a city government as
since you Yankees come here. Our streets
havebeen cleaned; great lakes of stagnant
water, watch bred pestilence and, disease,
have been drained; our police WO: tie per
feat, and we, who, for years, have mt dared
to walk through Bt. Charles street after
nightfallotre now perfectlyeafe in any part
of the eitrs any time of the day or night;
you have saved 40 per cent. of the yearly
expense of administering the government
and you have saved the credit of the city
by pitying $600,000 of overdue or repudiated
dikes. 3/or Heaven's sake, put of the elec
tion as long as you can.'
Ova Irish readers will be interested to
learn that the city of Belfast, the Northern
Capital, as it has often been called, is im
provingrapidly. Entirestreets have sprung
up as if by magic, and four hundred build
ings are in progress within the town prop
er, and the Antrim road, Crumlin road,
Shamkbin road, Malone road, Falls road,
Botanic road, and the suburban districts.
Of these, the large majority consists of a
class suitable for persons of moderate means
and for artisans; they are scarcely com
pleted before they become inhabited. The
mills of the pity now employ forty thous
and operatives.
POLITICAL X' i TICE s
ONION litEliTiNG will be held
at G1a21"13 RUN, Deqvuzis IS °rough, cm
rELIDAY ZUNIS*. Eeptelub.• l .2sth. it 7 WO. et
Wil. Ei. anal, Isq., will adtrett the msetlog, am
ale , • Chroom meak.r.
0.41. UNION AISIITING via be held
et the HOWE 0191/tOBEET WRIGHT,
'UA' twirtithip, 02 eeluaioe.T . , Copt. Seth, et
t o'clock p. vs. Idlreaus will. be de !tend by
TE69. 110W1119, EN., ilos.JAhtle 4 End.
HAN and 'MELIA 110819816. tatitd
fCeA UNION IdESTINO will be held
et SHOWY BSOWI2, mar John Brown's Of
tee, on SATOLlikilr, apt. S 6 h, at 6)4 o',..Lick p.m.
Addrumw will be delivered by Hew. J. H. HOW •
11116. D, 11103. 21. 111ABEHd.LL, Nag.. and °Mom
sannd
"'"" ONION hIEEIIMI le to held
et FILIN.IdAt'S EaLt, TIGh NVlrd, oa
ELITE ViTHISO, lie,?t. Eta, .t 7 03 - o:k.
direissa wVI be dallvtred by JOl3ll 11. EMU
TON, zn, WM. 0. ZIORIL&110, Isq., and oth.n.
10. A UNION hi lOITING will be bald
at I7O9SONVILLI6, Patton toorablp, on
111IIIIIDAY, e6lh Inttatt, at 6 o'clock p 64-
On:eau will ba &then dty C. Tata DATBE,
P OTONN, cud a.° ealiaELL. Isq.
aol6l:td
ONION METING will ba hold
at ELIA ti 11 HILL°, 6tialez townsbip, coo
85th instant, at 6%
Addams will be delivered by 001. CLASH,
CoL T. 11. 31IIIS sad Dr. A. IL 06059.
,e 52 td
U.A. UNION MEETING will be held
at BCATI66'd, In PtiorsTILLE. on
WI DSZCDAT, ter. 1170:11, at 4 ticket p. co. LC
draws nlll Ds 4allvara7 t, JAIN H. aextrzusr.
dot. Balt NB, and ashen aollittd
ar GRAND SALLY.--A MACS
KELM 3 o' the Mends of the Ilakm writ.
be hold In the OLD lIARSII4 DOOM, In the Dis
toon.3. Lllegheay cnT atflAlf EYZNINCI,
at 73 o'clock. Col J. B. MAUL JklIZ3 L.
Mit RAPS and other' 631 1
.1 silts), tht meeting.
eetat2t
UNION mss MISISTOO.—A
Omni Unita Y asa Meeting cl the lova Teeple
of Pittsburgh will be bold et 1107.1 SET HALL,
&Tenth street, below Oren:, THOLISDLY EVII6-
ISO, &pt. 84th, at 7 o'clock. kdd.eiscs will be do.
livered by Der. JOBE Dot'OLAll, D. D, Tab&
FL Illatt SHALL. E a., and others.
0.311 N lON COMMITTEE ON ItiflET
-166i AHD et ElKum:
HMENT A. A raTza, H.
/aux B. Drown, J. G. Beonorm,
Emmen, Jar
The Ccmudiles mute EVALBY DAY, at 9 c'clork
p. en, to WILIEII99 HALL. ram arr.ngementa
will be made for =Mingo and epeekars. Posters for
=Wimp cm to. procured et 01.1,611.
O.TH g BEAVERCONVEN TION.
At a inse'lrg of eel Allegheny County
Cafes Xxcontise Committee, on Weinesisly, the
&3d b et., the following genCezien were elected lor•
stills of the Allegheny Ontin'Y Dtingalon to the
Braver Convention :
Cept.-0. W. BATCUIL'iII. thw.
Capt. JOBB H. BTIWAST, Ail.
Joe* Y. BELOW. Tee . " 0•14111
WUNION CLUB No: 1.
Theta vu ge a meting
MIS (Tlairaday,)
♦t the
utitoreoLus somas, IN 'WILKINS HELL.
The total m►e ere Invlt'd to ►ttmd
Able waste •AI Wren the mooting.
etirsageseente .1.11 be aide tbe izannisabrts
• the Serer Union Oor.nnencro, on Triday next.
eaten
10. BEAVER CONVENTION
AN EX= iL9fON TRAIN
Will Inmatelegteay D.pot se 9 o'clock a. m.,
UNION CONVENTION. LT BEAVER,
CS IaID&T, 25tif unsay
Train ntasn'zig will lean l/pchinter et 880 p.
/111 loyal man on invited to atom&
A BahEß BUD •N scempany the eteurelut
Rom Wtalci 11.11,.Taarak drolt, .t 8 a. ta
rare tie rotted trip, ON IDOLLAIL Tickets
.can . DOW b grxerred fiam T. B. DAVIIT,
Wilkins aw, u m the Depot, Allogieny
seat •
[WORAND hIAB3 9UNVENTION,
SHARPSOURC,
SANCEIDAV. SEPT. 20,
AT 1 tYLTIRCK. P.ll
A omens mess mzimap of the 107a1 clUstml
of Sharpturg, Indlasi. RW4 OoWaa, cad
Mmulepii; trIXI to told M BB.A . SPZBUZG, on
OMIT= LI, Eel t. UM. al 1 o'clock p. m.
BUM YOB
CURTIN, AGNEW AND THE UNION. ,
The fantliffni grab= NI q.Nommt:
Od. H. 11. cousins
mtnauum swurrimvpial. Jq., • -
:. or. OW: NeoooB,,
JOHN H. BANProN,
MO. Boa% Zq
J. LiODtSifr , Lq' ad otINFIk .
wortoun " gu ilaM"dl
Pittailaritk at 11 ceeereit 111. .1112214'''
WANTED=''A , ! 1 CLAW Boar.
cambobas rotkalkisoldAlis
ImA 01111.11 X• .143 tommmilia
DOZ OA Pon 015eig. Waif
.zazzaz:rw i t2=gsktiVi ;
PUBLIC XOTIMI4
100.13 Y AN AORKEDIENT entered in
br the ?natant of tba &wad Prebb," 4 "
Cborel of Pittsburgh. ud thsThateas of the
dale 06 4.1.17, to exhume the remalue of that Gram
lord, 'Rusted on Centre AMMO and Arthur street.
to all erbs may be moored may afp y to JOHN
HITTOIIIION. Euperitginderit of an ldals Croaatary.
for leformatim SeNhift
OrPICIS or PIS - IMMO GAS COMPANY,'
Lath esyt,satier. MS.
rELICCITION.—The ttookholdere of
the Pittsburgh Gas Coliontin" ant 68101
ricititled that so election for thus Treatees; to terse
far the teem of three years. sod of airs Mute, to
ems for the term of two Perm. will Do held st
ths
Moe of the I:l:mpaay, to the City of Pittsburgh,
on the Plan bluellnillf (6th day) CV GOZOBBB
GLIM, between the hours of 9sted 6 ° Week Pi :IL
selflinetz 3 wits 8 efiltreTtr. Tramper.
NOTION.-$402 BOUNTY
V effirsd to tow who hays sawed as &Mors
for • tam not to than Bins months. with choice of
Beiginksot sr Company.
for runless inirwation foquim at No It Wirth
street, up twin. L. B. 81013A1/0,
Ist. Lire. Cih Begloand P. B. V. O.
anlawitt
117:NOTICE Id HEREBY given to the
mobanibere toll:of:Mock of "Ills Oa Yellows'
Fund Asesclatioa, of Teamperanoemilla." that an am
cement of ten pee cenL boa been Dried upon tbe
stock saburatbed, payable to the Irrunrer. at Tem
teranneible, en or before Ocala= DAT OF OM
CB. late. and a like amount emery thirty dsys
thereafter. wad the stock fm Veld FP.
By order of the Board.
JOBB D. 1110ELMID P, Secretary.
.17:11toodalawOr
fr -, 24. BASKET FESTIVAL will be
held at MABEIFIXLD, (Scott toenship.) on
711011ADA7. eept. Stetwot / 0 0'04" a. m.,
proceeds to to applied to the Chestiest temmlistrn.
Col. J. D. OLABIL, Bev. Dr. DilllP6lll. Prof. B.
M. WILLCOX, Bee. JAIL PBESTLICY, D. D., and
other distinguished spankers will eif dream the peep's.
R. Lan. WK. isrg.
EL B. Bunn, JAs. B. Ow!,
.lAs Boss, W. B. Lik,
R. W. Parrszeme, and others,
selluoitel Committee of Arrangements.
Lulea or Commusart tilltrargag or Panatelas,
W/111391011, rapt. 11, 1813.
W.NOTION—By disoetacn of the Fee.
Mary of War, all officems and earsted meh
now cn paroto, wipe ors absent from the camp to
which they belong, whither with cr without stahm
hti, trentodlatory repwt for emehange at said
m s,olae Mots beointlig tO natmeata reruns
la tie Departs:watt of the Beet, and of the South
the army of the Potomac. and the Army Corp,
at Camp Parole, near Aouspolls, Md., or the Oen
valmcrnt amp, neer Alarm drie, Vin Mots be.
foul/tag to ragimente serving In the DeVatimente of
West 'V keels of toe Onto and of the 1./authorised,
at Camp Chan, and those telerging to regiment*
serving In the Deposal:onto of the edistOnti, 01 the
Tonnewate, and of tn. Golf, at Beaton Ban ache,
near et. trots
//frog's d of this notirs will be trotted an desertion.
W. HOST taN,'Ool. U le Wary,
seller wed voniery Goa. of Primer&
Jr Efr .111 rEaTistszlz.orre.
WAN rtiD,
& PBAuSIOiBLZ OMAN VITTBV,
To whom conataakt moloyamtat Col/ be even.
At ply at the O. of the HMO of Bala" Ne. 67
roans meet. ft. L. BINOWALT, Ike,.
aa24....41
110 M COATS; alio, GUM BIDING
oen , , tai all /poi la tbl% llos, aloe oa
has! tad for male at to. lud • b sober Depot of
J. a H. PHILLIPOI,
oda 26 and 23 63.. Ude street.
pROPRISTARY STAMPS for tale at
the (Mee of Internal Dewar', Yid Dist, act,
Pedro., AN 67 vector Moat, next door to Um Day
Trorso or's t flor a Allbitwal.
roe Do Va D Di. WHISK CorUctor.
AMUSED BALISION.—Just reotived,
PO smoked 13es daimon; also Dialed Ealmcns,
smell alto, or for saw DJ the toned id the lamily
Grows, Sias of
JOHN A. BUISSHAW.
se'Zl earner Lito.rty sad nand stroa••
Tr INGSVMOD'S OSWEGO STARCH.
—ln bor.. Cora Starch. for cocaine; also
Ter Gl= +tarsi', to ono viand man ponsd
torah rewired and Intl ate ty
Jake/ Liurissuew,
suns' Liberty and Band *biota
BABBITT'S SOAP FOWDEB, for
claiming paha' rr &lug clothe; ha no lupe
rtar, ti tut up la ore pound uniumb and wady by
tho bus or as ratan, at theJoll.2 loudly Grocery glom ot
tet4 1111.18, Tgbegty and Haag Mosta.
OPEN INEI siONNETS.
WM epee on THUILEWAY. th) hith lestaut, the
Lersar PAWS 7683101i3 In
BONNE re AB t) HATS.
seittat d IL 11101:111T. Pans titres,.
DISSOLUTION.-Ihe film of WIL-•
LUND, BLACK A 00. was disacaleei on lb.
17th day of Pepe/amber, 180, by umlaut =ant.
Tla• tooth., o. the Oran wlir be eked by it. H. P:
W &M. seasons baying claims splint Ms
Iran will present them to bin, at their onto*, at the
Paw MIN Duquesne Bororgh ; and all peteotas in
debted to said clan will osll .n. settle lb. same.
0. H. P. WILLIAM!,
JOHN BLACK,
MBE • ISZ fit cRIWEB,
Jan , lartiD.
Went - 0.0. 1301 f SAL •
MUHICI MUSIOII
CLASSICAL HMO I OFR
The onderegned ate the sob apente LT Me chap
yet most coma wildon of Mugeld Menlo palghbad
by Beim, to Wolfinbutte.earapttsbg the omelets
cocks of Beethoven Nowt, Hilda, Weber, Bath.
Chmaste, Zablan, Minter and abo Port.
poets and Oreetaret. Two and 2X cents per papa
garall for Cletategne.
J M. aofnukszi a NO, 61 71(.1t et .
VALUABLE FARM. AND MILL
PROPERTY FOR SALL eitnaht nur Cool*
lowa, Per eta meaty, Pe. it tars all urn. an.
der pad imp:ovement. upon wleolt there to erected
• two-Italy trams Mantis/ MAIL with' bur
stone and modern imptorementsy al* a bay 11111
connected. The whole is =viand to goad
tuning atter. and is vend to tan by item and
waterpower, or separate, as may bo dettral. Also,
a two eery iTIMI Dubin' caw Barn; and the tp.
mum, ontbaltdinp. Oh. mad Is moderisyed with
am% au • bank now open. width eappliss the
mina an.
Tst a nacre mints dataiiptioa sod terms spill to
O. 0. BATAS, Real Estate and /nuance Agri,
Baru 'treat. Lawntrantle. - moM
MANORESTEE RESIDENCE FOR
ALL hAlat, plmiustly athlete and easerentent to
Peemosse Ballot. The Wise In a two.otory Wick.
well boht and UMW! !Smog:dart extd0311,111.1.16108;
pordoo to front, vide hill. two potion; dtotokevoos
and kitchen: god thy cellars. 4 *bomb" holsbed
.tea, Toett-hooos entl . stoble, to. The las ha a
hoof of O has on Lomat and. by VD reef deep oa
ridge's:vet, elth aide sot trots trots, Tines, do.
Apply to
vela 11. OVUM= di Wad,
dl Iterketetrat.
Q. 6.1.11 IN PfilL IDELPELt, for no.
IJ =at tanned Sista. •
NEW
On LIAITED/Or MOBBING, &pt. 26th, of 16
o'toik. at tbo Anction glom vitt belikit
11WAM,
halo, for acocoutt of Thaw! Hato, 1W
OBLLI 061311, atouakd mom MAE
'UT PRIVLSWB 0061 . 61 6A 20 PAM WOOL
thlooollBB, tatartal Won. Bias *random
Terms mkt. THOliab 6 lONS,
. 2 • Auctionsert, • G
-021.40 800 orA 0:12til ith Stria.
HB AIIMY OP -THE POTOMAC.
T
B LUND 1011
• &LEI of opium= ph*. from tho orpadzatioa
alba lumy by llo'ildlso to, rho o'oao Of tag Cam.
1. 11, 03 Irirgtnts, shwa the ihst day of 'Annan
1811. By AMA k Osideama. Burgeon of the Pinta
hoalmout Wfmousin.lo;oproen. LodrhAr l AM DI-
Yrk• $l. fro/ Edo by -
141 J AL L. 41140 Til Limit; dr.et.
OPENIbie
tin. if. 81T021% ti 3 hdaral Et., Allagbuty,
Will epei ca o.ol:ll,DAY,23llllweata, a vor, da
ritalgetaie
1, 3 i1. - I,TaseN 17191 . 4'
- and nentblrig 611111 011.31LTAUligat
serl:l3t
AGAIN AM!)
koiOtAILTi.II,4 DUD,"
Wlrobsolo dsoltrts jo. non Jam szaio3B, ban
-atm to ovrs tboti ttoottot redo .00; thtl
vitt savirsey LOW YOB CAH.
*Coutes Nannants vow dp *en' to aaU betas
snuottiortnit olsorbots.' 1 '
toirottotdori oromstivattmliti to. . -iatVl
Alipinta,olla - .
NEW if`ALIA GOC:ftleg. :
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tad loam 01441111st:6 Psi
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as • Now nidy.
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fiIsEIDI9 OIL •FOR,l3Allit—gherkab
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•
CAWS CONSUEFTION, CUBES BRONOHIrIe,
CUM ALL DIBBABIB OF THY LUYO&
I low to ottuttloo to u oe of the pest ortroordt
nul cumsby my
PECTORAL SYRUP.
'ay are at break and say ate ,ha has &watts
qtr albs poem •lo boo bcen cum! by U.
La. BETBLIt 13 TBIPABLD AT AST 211111
TO I.XSTIIIII WHOP, 1112110114 OfIABOIP.
TOR ALL 31101311 WBO BRAD 813 IUDI
-01310.
ATTIC!!!!) TO lOUS OOLDEL—A cue cf Ste
piers' rt■cdtug cud by DR. 8.1111811.'3 MOTO
BAG STRUT
PITLICOII4III, Jan. It 1803,
Pa. Harm: 117 ere tun been afflict. d With •
tad consh wed didicalty of breathing Oa Lee years,
eetitalk for several fun back had gradually ir.creased
in violauce. Tim complaint km ban h•riditary.
and she bad bean treated by avast Opiate:is with
oat my rater. In th a stela of her mat. I procured
emu of your Pectoral Omsk Syrup. I knight, the
Ent time, • day ant bottle, Width nelrved ha eery
mach ; I then called tad got a dollar bottle. which
cond her entirely, aed else has Inw so bare of the
font er ditrace, except weakness. I would it.. stab"
that I end the med.cina myself to • cold endure&
The mediate. cared me by taking one dose. I ta
pers my nth., addiction with the medlotney and
you era at liberty to publish Mb if you Make to do
it. w H. WILSON,
/Wen= fifth Waal
Ifth. Kansan I hen bun, mom or lees. In my
Ilfq affeeta4 with the severest of col& and hoarse
ness, /Mame' soy throat wcnald become so cloud se
to pnrrent my speaking shove a whllper, and by
tak'ng a few Qom of lb* sloes limp ft wcnald vo
lley* me Whitt,.
In recanunendlng this inteltdoe, I lc tht aehteLs•
tingly sty that It It the bed nm• dy 1 era baud,
porputlng N owe the 'bon, nor should any tandly
be without thin nately for Mimes to prevalent
Toon, meet rtaptottelly,
ZDWASD J.JONIII,
Oohs Calms' Delp It Bask.
VOL. ?DAT? AND DB 81111311L'd PEMBA!.
Da. Kama—Direr Gtr: l=ams the Way In my
aoknowbegatog Ito szcallates of your Putout
Dough Bytap sooner. I tate groat planers In ny
lon than la all you say it la B knocked ihs sofas
ass el my conk, and the worst raw I woo aver afakt.
ed with. I tau no: ued mu* than ont.half of the
b2tte. sad I can and do erLti that all' who are Af
flicted would eh. It at fats • trial u I bars dons.
end they wilt Is pond to ay, "It is no quack mad-
Iclne.“ I voted not ultra another Inch an attack
for any an ahltratton, or at any oat. Ina oratichmt
lon breathe mars freely then I sun CAL I chill
alarm aoltnowlzdio a debt of pained* Le In nett.
tag so ruallant a r.otedy. Ton are at liberty to no
my nuns In thb nitard, u you Wok pure.
Zahhwal, May 11, We.
H. B —1 aza no Wm pa to toy Mow dna -us, and
W who lc:Vedas doubts can anuotlt me paracouttly.
N. T. P.
Trrsorrian April LT WT.
TVS 21131111.—Da. Sawa I bar, a
doubter •bo boa take a moral ourdlabos tor a Tai
coop, vitbant bandit—mon them Ala'. Cowry
Potent. I purblind from yob a Wale of spar
PIOTOBJkI. DUMP, and bans dui tad ofd bet
•totilt lava tam& The so:dad bottle oared
bar entirely of bar obabb. .108 H DAMN.,
Robison drat, Alhagkany.
DB. REYSERII PECTORAL SYRUP
Pols Meats tar Docket's Plum
PEC bOtl4l, rIELI P
OUELCB 001,21 i, 011.1M1 18TEINA;
Yrnsironos, So, U. 1853.
I=2
n. v. in imr:
Iteuenga Common Coandl, PiMburill.
Ix prepind and aid by
D 3. QZ/ZEill EL IlEYElifiS,
140 Wocd strait, Plitatcccrib, Fa.
==l
peuEssß, FOR THE CUE OR
HERNIA OR ROPTORE.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Earsh's Radical Cure Truss.
Ritter's Patent Truss.
Pitch's Supporter Trues.
Belf-Adjutin Truu.
Dr. Banning', Lace orßodP Brun.
furu the outs Or Prolapse:Ls Plies,
Abdominal end Epinsl Wasknenses
Dr. a a. Pitch's Over Plated Sup.
porter.
Pile Drops, lor the support and cure
of Piles.
Elastio Stockings, for weak tuid:Tu ,
%ore veins. •
Maatio Ines Caps, for weak knee
elate:
&Me Supporters,for weak knee
oleo;
Suspensory Banda,ges.
Selflrdeoting Syringes ;:also, ovary
kind of byringaa.
Dr..NEYSBIL has also, all/rush which
will radically cure Hernia or Buytyra
o:7' DSc* at his Drug Store, No. 1 40
Wool) Starr; sign of the-: Golden, Nor%
tar. kerrons writing tor Traires shoal/
send the number of Bides around the
body, 44.84041.1' cle?to
as. rtatezu win strays tomtit gine= to
the sppUestkii ofTmosos ho sdatts "Mrs%
404 itelsaidita: with 114 Ujaltienab of raw
ty rum hi Ida D. tublat tog*. uthkrAtoti.
- ramie:ol7Ft; eratrante.
exarrostortnoirinutsra.
„
runtrersorrser ,
snttnose.
earar,utrionso tanunais, of stir, WAIL
sold at Dr. tESYSNWS. 140 Woon Sr.
8178 r 1218 °BY SA I LDAM
soirintstrat aatrosam
strepansoni =Tone. ' ' '
btriN s 9.47 I. I AADAFtir,
Afton' earns at*.
Adasad
aeteeatrunii'atitani.,
, •'--taseivansioriodo;:-.
v-• , _
lAt stargEw4o,,wooD Esa*fet.
I 10241111V17
DRY GOOD'
•
JOEt HORNS & CO.,
Jros. 7' and 19 diarket Street.
Bowe nlly Invite lb, attention of
WhOLISaLI • RETAIL BOY-
118 to their ittxk of
FALL AND WINTER 000118,
folaad ran mad
diTyiltrinit7
fp
• II lijamr ,
AT AV Di
NOTLON Una.
IN EMBROIDERIES.
we ban all the taint undo to
001,141CP, itLESUB,
LACICS, to
IN 131081E11Y AID GLOVES,
Z.trict trorrigiZZ." l4
IN RIBBONS)
all the Chao.) and &Nasals colon.
Of Bonnets and Hats.
A mu Ilna of JELT, BRAID and
or rt.rs Or:pars,
=
A - d;leANTits;reTeilit
rads Ncmuttes. .
IN WOOLEN GOODS,
HO - D5._8f...11:V111 . 5 01018, GAR-
AB4LDIII . I, JaClare, To..,wth
=MEI
HEWN WITLINISIIIISG GOOMP, LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S Us DNELOARNEN7II, ell of erblah`
we Owlet ler, low CASH PRIMA
JOB. HORSE CO.
se22llw
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOOD 4 !
We ire ivashisir • Tay large sad szteash, stock at
Drew 0-oodles !,
°combing, iman Oben,
GERMANTOWN GOODS,
Burt u HOOD!, MMUS LSD BONTAGS.
TRIIIMLINiate , 1
Of to Watt Elko and In great variety
A bop quality of HOOP AHD RALHOBAL
IMMTB, Damns!, rum am wool=
11.13151,r - 71113011 mum Awl lingo (apply of
Fmbroldery, Enda, Fancy Coods,Notions,
A? WEOLIALLII AND B.IITAIL.
Will W. buy oat, from 713.13 T HAIM gad Is
We mahatma to exacta* =Loots teem pasha
tor obairtu re, to vs will moll at the LOWE!! 041317
Man
MACRUM & CLYDE,
NO 78 MART ESTREBT,
'~ Hyrum Forma AND Buxom).
o7D
ANOTHER OPENING
NEW GOODS
J. W. BARKER & Co.'s
59 Market Street.
Dun eroax to now
THE LARGEST
BEST ASSORTED
THE CHEAPEST IN THE WEST
IN11•001151* BOUM NOB
cam au mom To, =aim on
.
OCOD3 DID COWARD PiIIOCIL -
Nos
1863• „.....MPTEM8ER........1863.
-
EATON, INARRIIBI & COy
Nos. 17 and le Fifth BINA
gerittatho Watt= of tho lottioo to a istopif!cos4
mittioomf of .
ZiTew
AMOR 71137 HINZ XIM orsERD.
The moot b compldem NW7depsztaad, sad
gm would noselinUi sat tba mallainc, Mb,
Mang Bich mid Elcorsit Styles
. Goo oot cuoistr beau putout oeuto.
Ttur big oosedud.ttory out air autdoe
kola to .611 dam-a pozoluens. t Itti w.y of
tocdusto plow lud oth" ottuutirt stook.. : • •
, .
,
fro ad Wan. stip big toga ;till
as sepgabil Rta w <gaudily they rsii—mg,
v. skink, se clasp sibs, ow karts Ildlidalplthr.
Nap
T 21. BURCTIEBIELD
I/ .
nuit4w or=
nom oakum ILAZINZI.
NMI% tor autteditti
somanittrAD.,
MAWR' Kota 1$3100CSID;
1100111010 do doi
SIAM dr: dop
TAN do - dos
ISINCIft 11E404 ill cam;
6.4 BLAME WOOL DB MAIM;
d; do doi
DIA= BOSIUM;
swum1.11100n;
1110IIANZSG.M1ICIS1•
Northeast eon 4th sad Market EU,
:11181 . BECOUVII s -
"IsonkatissEkuOlessixot 7'
, 0 1 1 9 x 3311Fra19l
nrizear.rupstan tam ranislar iwis .
twast.tai k widsect telWwe K m.
~s,tin*Toabg..46""
• 11131,ume Baum
Nowa bomb sod Vow*
~.•111
r INPODOL
FALL GOODS I
NEW GOODS
Rot nostred
LAN©. McAl3olr & CO.'S,
VD. 110 17ZDE.A.T.. 672iXT, Allegbany
oiLn
AT WHOLEOLLE.
TO TU TAD
SKAWLT, CLOAKS, &o.
The bteet f.stgovi always oa tuni only. 0101H1.
11&1321015. eta , mato to ally quantity, an that
notice, to Sty &deed pattern.
ae23:10 Worry. 1121&11 OM
AT WHOLKSALB.
TO THE TRADE, L 030/03 LOT OT
MOUS DE LAINES,
AT A SHALL ADYBBOLO& ELBTEBB
=ICJ
WIEWIIi, ORts & GO,
So. 46 FIPTII STMT.
Hato foc oa:e a:=As very chola,
Broeha, Caohmere and Fine Wool Shawl',
er22.1". 1341 , 11 cos; AND NlSkiti
wan, ORR & CO.,
bre..f.s acne ESTREST,
Here in eels a lelm uses tmeat at
Black and Colored 33reee
Eds. Biziprd i Ilsid—soms 'my oboes.
sthitivs
VV HITE, 081 & CO,
So. ES 711111 ETILIZT.,
nay! far tabs as suatuuolly Ivo stock of
FRENCH MERINOS,
At VET LOW MOM
AT WHOLEeALIA.
TO VIZI TOIDII4.
♦ good stream t of Irredieh 3derinose
with gaga. Drees cogs, at a mail advance co cote
MEI
AT WiitilastALE
TO THli TRAM
PRINTS, SHILiTINGB, ice;
Emu
N EW GOULIS I
we are new vowed b exhibit to ear /W7®=
eite at the TARTEST ADD Nen ELIQA.ST 82.
308111111118 of '
FALL , DRY GOODS!
Ist readied at oar Inv Store Scam. Oar atodt.
Irtltbe to comprise all the atm aad &gable Mob
sad &Wpm la
POPLINS. REPS ot
FANCY SILKS,
OP ALL 00L0335 AND MOMS.
33 - L1A66.03r. SIMAKIS
At every fete, from the Wrest
MANTLES
An trandsetered ea the prelates, from the West
•eatst mat desirable Ratan petterahatut st prizes
much low than Zastarti.
norsunprem coove, DOILLBBIW, 113.
BINOZ4 CIODUBCIS atil DE LAIN ICS, ae
181 A. 139,
21 FIFTH STREET;
JUCTIO49" SALMI.
MDDIOAL AND IcIDOELLANDOUS
JAL 1300166 AT MMTION.-On 11113136D1.7
BMINIDG BILDT, at .7% o'clock, at Itanilland's
auction Vora, 66 lUIb street, all to rah - ft ar
dor of notsralstostar ,f fh• Isfe Dr. Boarish. •
opianttly of Medical sad lattaillsnecras Books, 611.
racing, in pan, 21..clIsen enrstesl drama',
Qtralei do. do., slalom's Ode Maxim, Itslastaxes
Dawn Nitres do , Churchfll on Mamas of obit.
drat, Isr. l -on oa Dlsassesaf Roark, 6 rob; Copland's
Maks' McCrary,b Inds; Cannel Ihnitical Dia
Canary, Gravies Cllnlak Maras, Bistotag on DD.
era ca Muss, t amnia on Disuses of Caest,Maia ,
Wag oft Oblld Meta, Braman an Cranston Dts.
sates, Null • lingth's Conowind on Medicine, Ora
PEW on DaDdanl2l. Dana's throditly, BALA.
vac's B•trarpoct. 9 volE Aiemsted Vara, t rolsw
Bancroft's Motor' of tt. United Braun. If artr. Trtn.
isra's Minn' of Innhad, 13 tour: °MMus Balall4
6 vols; dittion's Karoo, 4 vats; Montag% Wand,
Itacsahrs, Bratand, Pfutar.b, ROUE" gadass
Biitcry. g Ws: Grrece, 'Matches's Manic=
Itinfolnlint. Ins at Dr. Ems, Ifircdotfor, Dana
fatartudy Journal, 7 sof; Ilattear Mel Geretsphy,
6 rolst-aw•mtket Wfth many taker Wadi Apt man.
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