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WEDNESDAY MORNI3O:::I3EPT. 241863
Union State Ticket.
POE OiIYEBNOU:
ANDREW G. CURTIN. of Ventre.
TOR =DUI OP TEN sinIDENt 0003 f
DANIEL AGNEW, of Beaver.
Vales County Ticket
70 " F . .. 4 1" A*. fit DN DfOrdel Omni.
0813 HAMPTON.
Par dowtobio.
.701111 P. GLASS.
v. •L/BED @LAOS.
Lu. HANS B. EIBILBON.
WiL H. DENNISTON.
v. THOS. 3. MEAL
JOHN H. ITTVWAVZ.
If4i• Mirk if Ovevs.
HAL A. /MEWL
. For Ono, Dia t om .
DAVID AMIN.
For Lowder.
4L.BIMEL MoOLURIL
Pir Hmfoloo.
WlLl.tscauszson.
Par Om* noloosp.
GZON.GB HAMILTON.
Pa Dinar of as Poor,
JOHN F. DILA VO.
REBELS AAD-CIOPPERHEADEI.
Rebel Intrigues with Northern Byrn.
patatzers---A. Treasonable Con
spiracy--Chain of Historical Est
deuce.
The following communication recently
appeared in the Cincinnati Gazette, and so
great is the importance of the facts Rotates,
and the Irresistible conclusion that follows
ie every reasonable and candid mind after
considering the array of , them as presented
in the mere order of succession, that it just
ly claims a wide publicity at the present
time, in order to confound the traitorous
schemes of rebel and copperhead conspira
tors, - who are no less assiduous in the fall
of 1863 in every nark of disloyalty, than
they were in the fall of 1862. We ask a
careful perusal of the document:
About the 20th day of September, 1862,
the rebel general Bragg issued an address
from Camp Dick Robinson to the (Adieus of
Kentucky and the Northwest, urging them
to rally to hisstandird and tree themselves
from the Lincoln tyranny. That there were
• great many disloyal men in Kentucky
who were waiting for an opportunity to join
the rebels was wellknown, and Gen-Bragg
had good reason to call on them to join hie
standard by giving them an assurance that
he wou'd be able to permanently hold
Kentucky and make it a part oti.,the South
ern Confederacy. His army under General
Sint h had been victoria= at Richmond in
August, and he bad marched without mo
lestation into the interior of the State with
flay thousand veterans from Tennessee.
The federal forces, under McClellan, af
ter severe loss and frequent defeate,had been
compelled to abandon the James river.
General. Pope's army had been thoroughly
used up, and Washington was left so ex
posed that serious apprehensions were felt
that the rebels would be able, by a vigor
ous dash, to late end hold it, To the most
courageous men the Federal cause looked
gloomy enough, while to the timid and
those who were vibrating between duty
and disloyalty, it looked desperate. To the
latter class the circular of , General Bragg
was opportune and certainly had its effect,
for the moment that the Kentucky Legisla
ture assembled at the capital in January,
1863, the chairman of the Committee on
Federal Relations introduced a series of
resolutions denouncing the action and pol
io), of the Federal Government in many
Range that had been done prior to the
spring session of 1862, as well as afterward
—the whole concluding with a resolution
askioifor the assembling of a tionvention
of delegates to meet at Louisville - '
the del
egates to be sent from Kentucky and the
Northwestern States, to prescribe terms of
peace between the United States and the
tionthern Confederacy. Shortly after Gen.
Bragg issued his address, several men who
occupied eminent political positions in
Kentucky and the Northwestern States,
who had previously professed to be in favor
of the vigorous prosecution of the war
against the rebels, immediately changed
frbet., charged that the war on the part of
the United States was an abolition war,
and doctored themselves in favor of with-
bolding means for its further prosecution.
Conspicuous amongst these were Harney,
chairman of the Committee on Federal Re
lations in the Kentuoky House of Repre
sentatives; Nat. Wolf, • member of same
committee; Voorhies and Hendricks, of In
diana- Richardson and Story, of Illinois;
Vatlandigham, Pendleton, and other; of
01119._
The facts relied upon, the arguments
used and means of bringing about the ref
suit vbich they desired, were singularly
cognate to those need by the champions of
the scheme in the Kentucky Legislature.
Hirtiey, Wolf At Co. having failed in their
project in the House of Representatives,
and finding that their objects were fully
understood, although artfully concealed
under a string of metaphysical proposi
tions, shortly afterwards pulled off their
disguise and declared themselves to be for
no more men and no more money to aid
the United States in sverthrewing the re
bellion. Precisely the stud that Itreckin.
ridge and Burnett, of Kentucky, and Val
!madly. ham, of Ohio, had taken in the .Federal
Congress at the extra union in 1861.
Beeekinridge, immediately after the ad
journment of that session of Congress,
went within the rebel lines, and accepted
the commission as brigadier general in
their army. Burnett went tato the rebel
Senate, at Richmond, Virginia, claiming to
represent the State of Kentuoky in that
body. Vallendigham since watched "over
the border the agents in the Northern
States' that Maury Spada of, who are to
aid the Southern Confederacy.
It will be remembered that Bragg re
treated from Kentucky in Ootobee Usti.
that shortly afterwards Jeff Davis visited
.Ide Southern dominions, which continued
to be, and Christmas lag; that hh visited
Bragg at his headquarters, where he re
soaked several days, and went from thence
to Jackson, the capital of Mississippi,
where he addressed the legislature of that
&ate on the 21st of December, 1862; tbdt,
,notwithstanding Bragg had been driven
out of Kentucky by Nortimetern troops,
and the State protected from the ravages of
the rebel army by Northwestern men, Da
vis said in his speech to the Legislature of
Illissiesippi that the first ray of hope and
littlest gleam of light that would burst upon
the Southern ConlederaCy would bs from the
Euratom. r.
Prom the way that the Northwest had I
poured out her lifo-blemd to expel Bragg
from Kentucky, nolnference to justify Da
vis' prediction to the Mbudanippiane could
be fairly drawls. On•the contrary, every
thing ostensible was against such an Woe
once. - But he had inhumation from Gon
ers! Bragg-that did warrant his prediction,
and in a very few days after Davis made
his prophecy, a movement to tie the hands
of toe United States GOTOZIIMeiIt by with
holding men and money for the further
prosecution of the war against the rebels,
was commenced simultaneously by Harney,
Wolf /4 , C0., in Kentucky ; Voorhies, Hen
drickei & Co, in Indiana; Vallandigham,
p a ck et , 1 CO, In Ohio; Richardson,
- Story & Co , Illinois.
Tait these men, at distant points from
each ether, should all commence to cripple
the Government and aid the rebellion by
precisely the same meanS saline of action,
without a concerted plan in fulfillment of
Davis', prophecy, and in the very place
pointed oat by him, and amongst the
people addressed by Bragg, is very singu
lar, tore, the least of it; and to men who
axe capable of connecting facts andAraw
.. fog legitimate inferences, has the appear
sooe of • moral certainty that.ther•
tti4004610 to old the nbellion by him&
ing the State of Kentucky end the North
western States from the United States- that
the potential political instrument through
which these &Mei and people were to be
authoritatively bound was to be the con-1
Tendon to be called ito meet at Louisville,
under the auspices of- the Kentucky Legis
lature. That the whole plan" was arranged
by Drapg - and bbs - emlissries white he
was in Kentucky, is a conclusion that is
irresistible. The foregoing facts are the
most prominent is the ant:anent, but there
are others sosrosigleis concltiiive, leaning
to the same result.
t fhe Logi/atam of Illinois and Indians
were filled with men latheintereet of these
scheme; who tried by the most violent and
illegal Methods to prevent the loyal lumen
tive officers of those States from fulfilling
their Mittel to the nation: Conventions of
men calling themselves Democrats' assem
bled at Springfield and Indianapolis, armed
to iho teeth, threatening vengeance against
the officers of the United States, without
provoestlim fired upon Dined Stales sol
diers, and in convention published resolu
tion' of the most incendiary' character,
pledging themselves Co withhold men and
-money for the prosecution of the war
agslnst the rebels, and with the vilest W.
theta of odium, denounced the United States,
and the war as unnecessary, unconstitu
tional, and cruel against their Southern
brethren. Succeeding the meetings ebulli
tions of violence manifested themselves
almost eimultamecusly throughout the North
west. The prOgnostice of Davis certainly
were being fulfilled.- It is incomprehensi
ble how any loyal lover Of his country can
be-deceived by these thinly disguised ma
cals.
Subsequent to the foregoing are another
elan of taste leading to the same conolu-
Mon. Your correspondesit of the Army of
the Cumberland /says, that in conversation
with members of ths most intelligent citi
zens of dui Southern Staten, together with
many captured rebel officers, that there
wee an arrangement between Vallandig
ham and others In the Northwestern States
that the rebels should invade the North,
and that when they appeared in sufficient
force to protect their allies, the copper
heads were to rally to their assistance.
The same fact is tunfied to by a gentleman
from Richmond, Virginia, who heard the mat
ter freely spoken of in the Spring, while it is
a notorious fact that prior to the invasion of
Penneyloanie by the rebels, that the Richmond
Enquirer had friquent editorials addroed to
the K. G. O's of the Northern and North
mes•rn Elates to hap their /amps burning."
It is equally notorious that the mind at
the Democratic candidate for 'Lieutenant
Governor of Ohio (Pugh) has undergone
an unaccountable change since last fall.
He was than in favor of a speedy enforce
ment of the draft, and wanted to take com
mand of a regiment to conquer the rebels.
Now he assumes that the United States has
been wrong from the first, and, of conse
quence, the rebels right. At the same
time that the Democratic Convention that
nominated him for Lieutenant Governor
was in session, it was stated by members
of the Convention that the banished Val
landigham would come out of the South in
• blockade runner, and come to the Clif
ton House in Canada. The Richmond (Va.)
Enquirer made the same statement. A sin
gular coincidence of knowledge between
persons at such distant pointe, in hostile
countriel, unless the plan bad been pre
arranged.
The Convention delegates and Richmond
Ndiaspaper had their statements soon after
verified to the letter. Following his arrival
at the Clifton House, Lee's invasion into
Pennsylvania took place. The reoonnois-
Bence of John H. Morgan, into Kentucky,
Indiana and Ohio, to be followed by Bragg's
army, took place also. All tt is while the
banished Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor resided at the Clifton Home; and
watched over the border, and pulled the
wires, and, controlled the agents -that
were to give more potential aid to the
Southern Confederacy than foreign inter
vention could do.
Lieut. Maury, although a rebel agent in
Europe, seems to hove fully understsood the
plan. ills recently published letter reveala
the great "Propkietof Khorosoon," who was
to look over the birder and do the work of
the rebel Government—to stir up internal
strife, that the rebels might eel fire to the
four corners of Cincinnati, exact large ran
som from Philadelphia, lay waste the
fields, and in rains the manufactories, set
on fire the coal beds, then levy block mail
upon the inhabitants of the good old Coto.
monwealth of Pennsylvania.
—Such an array of evidence as the above,
Is, as we have said, irreeistible. The Cop
perheads of Ohio have, in some instances
hardly oared to deny the fact it proves,—,
hugging the stolid folly to theirhearts, that
the democratic masses, who had followed
their misleading so long, would follow them
even into rebellion itself. But it Is other
wise in Pennsylvania—at least in most
parts of Pennsylvania. in this State, for
some time put, the cue of the leaders of
Copperheadiam has been just that which
jesuitical Woo Dwain uses in his recent let
ter, tamely, some denunciatory farms of
speech, including both the "Aboiitioniats"
and the t , Secessionists" in one fell swoop
of maledietio c n. Bat, for all this, WOODWARD
stands aide by side with VoLtosinarimati
and as BAUM and his rebels would invade
Ohio--(11 they could)—to help the copper
heade of that State to elect the latter, so
would Lao again invade Pennsylvania—
(if possible)—to help the Copperheads here
to elect the former. The Richmond pipers
have been as explicit as we could wish on
that point—for they know, as well as we
know—that WOODWARD is today on the
platform constructed for him as the candi
date of the part) of Passers W. Hunan
whose cherished policy was to "switch
Pennsylvania into the Southern Confedera
cy," in 1861, and who, as Chairman of the
Committee 4 Retolcitions in the Convert-
Con that nominatedGxonceW. WOODW.I.RD,
reported the following:
"TWAT ire TIZAHTILI' TEASE THE LION
HEARTED Dexocaecrr Of OHIO /OR VII
WANLY irntnMerzos THEY neve owes TO
TUE CONPITUTION, AGAINET TiH OREAT
WEE contettsco UPON, IS I 1 sukeisses
AND DEPORTATION or ifs. VALLAIIDIOUAH,
AND WE AIMEE THEIR OP ODZCORDIAL AYR.
PATH! IA THE CLEAT ETIOOOLE UHEY All
RAMBO rot THEIR UNDOUBTED stoare."
tio did the Convention- 01 Pennsylvania
" Detatinata" endorse Vesseanumen ; so
did they make their platform; and so does
030/1001 W. Woorowsun stand thereon, es
their candidate for Governor! Never,
never will tho loin' people of Pennsylvania
give aid and comfort to Jeemzeos DAVIE
and hie traitorous crew in Richmond, by
giving •Ihen• endorsement to VALLLIDICe•
HAY, and the platform of IRARCIS W.
HUOHISi and OZOROB W. WOODWIED, who
stands thereon.
C. 41 UNION MIMING will be held
at MUTT 011118.0EI, oo Tlllll/1111AT,
OM. Bth, at 10 o'ct'o.k a m. All Ivo! ettlsomoolso
us Is WC/ of stores, moon Mica of the ora: sad
the, suppression of the, nbNLoa, ars oarneotlY
Wanted to atiowl. lb. mooting will be Wrested
by WM. O. 1101111114110, Lea, Co'. J. El. (MASH,
I sad other' a/Mod
The - Goiemment an Engine. 100.1 RAND UNION RALLY,
In a 'peach st Westchester, Yennsylvs
nib, the other day, -General Boner 'thus
explained the oliguttni
The guermitent is represented by an en
gine, and the Adminheratlon as an engi
neer. The engine le very pretty, and alto
gether acceptable, bat the engineer wee a
wicked fellow, and , ' ought to be turned
away. Bat the engine is now in danger.
It Lv reaching 'a precipice—no time to be
lust—and the late. of a') the pusefigerx
hangs upon the skill of that engineer, who
ever he may be. Do not tie-hie hands, and
he will bring his precious lost safely
through. [Applause.] You will find that
Woodward and Vallandighant ate opposed
to that : engineer and would tie blit hands
Ato=u4 tlima to crtortbrow us on
Id
How a NentrAl Should Act
If the British Government sins against
international law in allowing armed ves
sels to leave her ports to cruise against the
commerce tf this country, it will not be
for want of light and knowledge. All the
questions and complications arising out of
such a course of conduct are ably discussed
in British journals. A. very intelligent
writer, "Historians," has been giving a ae
ries of articles 'MD the international re
lations and obligations of England at the
present crisis, and, in hie last publication,
declares that the British Government ought
to say to the Confederate agents:
"We will not suffer our laws to be vio
lated and, as we will not permit them to
be openly broken, so we will not endure
that they should be made the sport of cun
ning evasions and transparent devices. We
lave distinctly forbidden you to equip, or
procure to be equipped in this country,
ships for the purpose of committing hestit
ities against a State with which we are at
peace. You know our law; and, if you
seek to violate them, no matter whether di
rectly or indirectly, openly or by fraudu
lent contrivances, we will hold you respon
sible and Make you (newer for the offence."
Those few simple lines are worth whole
volumes of disouleion, 'as they embrace
both the law and the obligations of the
British Government in this matter, point
out the direct road to its duty, which it has
hitherto evaded by requiring from our gov
ernment the precision of a criminal indict
=wt in a pretest against sots which are as
much an offense against British law as they
are a denial of enmity to the United States,
and, therefore, doubly binding upon the
British administration to prosecute and
prevent in its own motions.
The Russian Fleet in American
Waters.
A letter from New York, referring to
the concientralion of Russian war-ships
in that harbor, says:
I think it is safe to gay, from a
conversation I have just--had with one
of the moat intelligent officers on board
the {flag-ship of the squadron, that the
object has no reference whatsoever to
warlike complications of any kind, nor
yet to have any secret treaty with the
United States. The whole business, in a
nut shell, is just this: The Czar, not wish
ing to have eight or ten of his finest men
of-war locked up this coming winter in the
icy embraces of the Baltic, preferred to
have them winter in the friendly ports of
.Nora: America or keep them In the Black
Sea.
In cue of a rupture with France, upon
the Polish question, It would be much more
convenient to hive these vessels within
call, at the port of Now York, than to have
them in the Bosphorus or Mediterranean,
where the enemy could, if necessary,
swallow them up with overwhelming num
bers. Apart from these considerations,
the Czar is desirous of displaying his flag
in the waters of the United States, if only
to assure us of hie distinguished consider
ation and of Mr anxiety to cultivate a
more intimate acquaintance with cur peo
ple and Government.
Comma Evzsurs.—The New York Tri
bune gives the following extraot of a pri
vate letter, dated Cleveland, Ohio, Septem
ber 16th, 1868:
Possess your eoul in abundant peace as
to the result in Ohio. She follows Califor
nia and Maine. Oar people are thoroughly
aroused„and our speakers fully at work.
Our meetings of from 4,000 to 12,000 occur
every day in the week, and we have just
commented.
I have had occaaion to know something
of Western Pennsylvania also, and, if it is
a fair indication of the State, Curtin is cer
tain of re-election.
Tux number of prize vessels taken into
the port of Philadelphia since the com
mencement of the war is eighty-five. The
moat valuable, including the cargo, was the
steamer Bermuda, which realized more
than half a million of dollars. Several of
the late prizes which brougat heavy car
goes of cotton realized large sums.
POLITICAL AOTICEI
UNION MEETING will be held
fa tb. SCHOOL BOOST. !Smith Wsrd, Cil
THURSDAY IVASINO, October Ist, st 7 &clerk.
Address.. .111 be delisstrd by WEI LITTLE and
8.0 Al •01111.81.1. Wine. .31.8td
0.4 ONION MBETING girl be held
In RISE LIBESTY, o.lllos toonsblp,
SATURDAY EVERIND, Oeltber Bd, it T o'clock,
Addrestoo will be dollverod iT 001. THOII A 8 IS.
01 HOWARD, RN , sad WILT. O.
mouse, E q. um:td
[f&lk ONION 111.1SISTING will be held
at NATRONA, nekr Tarntam, en THURS
DAY, Octal er Ist, at 7 ealtek p m. The train
Owes at 3:11p. m. Addvesa s will be delivered by
THOS. hi. BAYER and IROS. HOWARD, Rai.
anZatd
0.11 ONION HELPING sill Le held
at PORT Plitil/Y, on THIIII,DAY EVIL
ISO, Oct. list, et 634 o'c'ock. &kens, will be do.
livered by Um. J . I 2100111111414 BOOLE? B.
O.I.BOAHAII Hid WIC L MOT/MIT, K.
led ,d
TrA UNION MEETING will be held
at Nat'ONNILL'II 8011002, NOUS; :n
West Ds; township, on 711IDAY, Ocdotow 2d, at
173/ a o'clock p. m Addretsts will bs (When dby tbs
Bon. JAB. L. (MAHAN., and Wt. 22. (MIEN,
writ td
O°A. UNION hISKTING will be held
in the [usuzzr Scgrees, Birmingham,
en SATURDAY, October 61, it .T o'clett p. m. A
Oles Club and Dram Band will be In attendance.
Addams" will be delivered by Hon. I. H. MOOR
HEAD, THOR. M. M A R3HALL, Zaq., and I. LUD
WIG sorrege. Er. reSiood
10.4 i UNION .MEETING will be held
it JOHN 0. RISNEWA COAL WORKS,
near Ileßeimport.
an /MAY 'TSUI 0, October
tits ltd, at 6j6 o'clock. Addressee ertll bo detterr•
el by TH03.11. iIiBBEILLL, £tt. Han. JAS. L.
GB 4 HAN, and B. F. VON BONNHORST,
• eell:b1
asale. UNION MEETING will be held
at EILVISG'II, In PNIIIITIMILLII, ca
WIDSE3DAY, Copt. 30th. at 4 o'clock p. re. Ad
dresses will be delivered by .10113 H. lILNI PTO'.
nal. HAYNIE. and &ben eaft:id
'A UNION MISTING will be held
at LONG'S lITODE, raw KW Enn, Won
tavarblp, on WILON JIDDA'', Boat. 3004 at 7 p. m.
Addison, vdo be &limed by Dr. 010. x,OOOl,
a. 0 MAO/MILL sad & 0. MILD; Eno,
nelatd •
y.A UNION MEETING will be held
fit DUIT Ohio toomhth ce
WEDNESDAY, aOth, al 7 o'clock p, m. OA.
anus' vLI to Whored by V. G ammo, Ito.,
001. T. K. BLUE, sod BALL PATTIMION, roq
salliktd
LAWBENCEVILLg,
(Sou the madam of John Oblast!, oq ,)
Thursday Evening, October 1.
=EI
TIM& M. Itt SZJITIALL, by .
B. 0. CHILDS. Esq.,
JOHN X NTIMPARIXOK, Nub,
sir 72ts ponds will bio BILILLILEITLT ILLI7
MINAIIID by CALCIUM LURID)
PUBLIC XOTICEII4
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Bittuanat sr Ctroptay.
Inn ll:mbar Utitiaatiou itmara at No NI rt.th
street, up stabs. L. B. BIC:SABO,
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ZATION ABD AESESSWEST :
Joss W. Boons, Chsistass.
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lISION BRADQUAIIPEES, Trnazse zuzz,
(Maui Sum.).
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to las naturalised GO amosd. rao.talrtir
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RUOND—inn =faring conditidn,
I COW WITH TIMIS PIA.D. The swear Id
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title adrar ttiomoat moot lam them sow.
lotus JOS 1100H1.11 0 .1 0 To■mend
POUND—On the 23c1 inst, on n street
to Pittsburgh, • nista, POSEN, costsislig
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by thactiblag tce property •nd saying for this ed.
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Atsaasdtia, Wtattsorsiana 03., Ps.
WANTED -TWO GOOD TIN AND
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Llb~ral Irmo will be even.
tar s a
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Ø. Ca Federal excel., ellaghsay
WANTED,
TWO GOOD PLOW MOULDERS
t ',ilk, stA g.r.d yip' paid
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te•ideeoe of Le eabroribir, No W eolith
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her to the tabembre.
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AO kat la lawn, 14 fast 1n wilth and 4% eptb.
lbw" eta No 1 Cooldasto, nod INN by paid at
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bolds Bwats mad iarsayot iA i ;
800 is to oacAntt Vr.na;
Dwas.r.la, Losemes ;
M.o. it ism or • Y.... 9 Prep ;
)1.10•••-e• r 4e T w tipdt—i;
#.lpco i•ts, Orem* and Rosi Lip fairs;
it,.. dna'. Ibir Boston";
At 01tu../.. lthLl Vd Cestril ungftwn,
stb) • In Ctatnt I:lnur, A Ilegheny
BILL ,OF WHITE PINE wonted for
the doff of the aoeinztou tad Cinoisunti Om
plinstua t ri ge
Member ofLonga! Width I Mid:weal B..ard dressers
I
_pi we ts pet 1,4 wit f tea , . I is kis.
17ea IQ I
85w. v. I 11.0 AI
12137 I3U a% f% 92 .1218
ToUl 26:.7a7
Ti. lanes bell of Joist. mall to delivered on tb•
°eying+onside of t.e bl r rle, r, at lb. Fridge. In
•h• Spiing of Inn, sue no trier lbs. lb* lair of
Jane Tbe grunity of the lumbar ir.cnt ba 'God and
mood. free hum all d.feata, edge* moat te fall and
..pare sad bee Nora lap
Iheoceale in writing Or the above (slivery, ad.
drorftd to tbe nuderrgotd. and moo mpsnled by eat.
I ot.atory teen num, will b. reselvet to tne Job of
November cnnt. JOHN A. lirEBI:1513,
Itienter Covington and Cincinnati Bridge Co.
erSeil.eden
STRAM Gil, mysterious and unsooount
able expezinient• Ia Biologla .1 Mauro
BECOSD BIGHT,
At litaanto Hall to•nlight,
0.27,0 by la ahmo• ant Prof. Aoderma.
A LIAGIONNY COUNTY, tel.
A To eh• hairs sad ntzt of kin end AO
allots LOAM In the sates of Richard Shim dwd.
to the Octane of Jacob Lisbart, ot• of the
tors of said award, you me busby dud to be sad
Tyear btbrs me, WEL J. siottenthos. Reenter
of Will. do., la sod tor Ott county sfortudd, on to
bee • WA DttmDAY, the ltb MT of October mxt,
then and then to take out Letters of Ada:Wars.
tion upon the soul. of said dew& ut, or ohm, mots,
sty yen ban, why mid t otter. should tot lane
tt Jacob Unbolt, or mum other ill poe•n.
diem coder my bead and seal of date, this 4.111,
day of &Timber. a. D. 1110.
set:CM W. J. hICHLRIDBON, rie►fster.
MEGLEY NURSERY.—ROSES,
gUADI AHD 01211SILICIITAL
g 080139, VIIII9 and DVlltagillidill; WILTAIW,
(Winn aid oranneof al calta,)l rens TAR=
and nerbaoinna pinata. all in Irmo quantity and ni
nny. BOllkinni, Ofillia, TS& and :max 112
BOAS. at tin It. prim of $1.13 For linndrae, It or.
dined Wore potting time; and ell other Ilarsary
stock of brat gu11.,. oaf at reclined prices, la coder
to olon out dining Use present Pall and mat Ewing.
Impair* of 0 0.111101141,57 Dianind et.
cr, T. A. marzon.
salthlendaylf r n the erns:awn
COI3NTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
uitueeelgued attars at pinta ea% Ida
country tvallesaP, on Troy Hill, motet:dog about
'mu d, splendid Brick Dwelling
Hong, no rlesUsilt nava Barn, with nano tar •
bind man with twaily t 3 awes in yam In eze.i•
tent tautly' order; about B choler pub true, and
about.loo apple teem. par Ptah CJAMI, pun and
ethos teem to. The ladttputedda. °auditions
way. Ingulto of
terilklm JOBS 0, 111,111NEft, ea no oleo.
OATS AND CUM,
3 ears Om Oats;
TO Auutiva.
4 . . fain;
Tor Ws 14 H. lIIDDDN,
.921 Fla 103 Liberty stmt.
COBN AND OATS.
1 ear lead rim Elba Had Oath ;
1 “ eats
How al Depot and farads by
ran H HIDDLI. Ira Llb•rty urtma.
PROPRIETARY STAMPS for tale at
the Who of Intstasl Havenna, lad District.
Ponca., No 67 Motor stsset, cat door. to tbs Oat
Trostumses titioe. A Itsalnit•
0r24 DAVID WWI% (bliss:on
WANTED—A Finer CLARA Boom
pv Isms g ane who bin • p5:262.1 kavirtsds•
and can onos wan wxmmWee d.
Ad4om, BOX 624, Nos Maw 6416216
83.000 WILL PURCHASE a valaa•
nobly Int of {rated. In yblonant loon. .
two, it bet front on limb easel snot by IYO dodir,
a boot 0116 rot on Lot lotto, hunt doodling
boon, bolt cod Os& troro. CIO Thiel. arlibberl.
•ta. " b. OUTEIIIIIIT It 11114 s. 61 Varket ilt.
Lem. Olt.—raze No. 1 lisul
2 ..
asnatio and 4714
JAB. DILZILL Al SON,
as 5 49 494 49 Wat 99494.44.
MADAME ANDERSON,
W to appear tg-night
AT SIASO3IO ;ULU
In canJanaks wlth
Pest Asforsort.
GSM
pU LET—A coincortablo Brick Dila'.
Inc al full sad /MO looms, lad. eta be.
anD Cleft. • Rgar_ toy
643 1400THBIST I 606(5, 61 lisrksl
IikINDOW BIIADEtI, of all sizes sod
v nom, soma Cu imaa .ad for Ws Amp, at
Soo. 25 and VA Bt. Clair &twit, by
esi9 4. i E. PSILLIPII.
;R ' ' 0 r (MUER by using
the Antral torpUto-liao, for nolo as
CIO AL a.arAtr9 . 73 Central Druc ekes,
/a4O In Makes Conn. Allrtlua►.
MALLOW 01L-12 bbli, to intro by
rt*l sdsad Ibt UISbI
Ps99 • .
psoe. ANDIPIBON, -
on or . 21 0 0 iirizosto or TIM NORM
girths 4 '
ami gen" Plar allaiiiMan %Aga:
X'EN" 4/151rERT/9EJNEJr7II.
A FRESH FUMY 0F
DB. utrarearrs
Romcora raw RIMED 74.
Aut rsaimd.; ratro2t-3 Dem MOTS,
=M=
STERLINGI3 AMBRO,IA,
ron 784S►Is
/lILTOSI DUG EITOBB,
I=
==o
D R. HALVd BALeAhI,
7011 THE LL'llO,,
IrCL - 0151'8 DRUG SIORR,
I
=
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
8018 07 !LILT!, 0108 W
10LTOH•B DELO BTOHNI
I=
===t!
B EILLINGHAWS•ONGOBNT,
FOB MI HATII:ALHD WBIFK!t3
raLTONT DRUG 151'0E1,
ice tab at
=I
F ULTON'S COUGH SYRUP,
TOR =W3% COLDS, ta..
Plepwod and sold by 3. n. ForetoN,
tabbrut Strrp. rittlx areal
•
DE MM'S
FL tHTA'fICEI IWITIBS,
/131.1031'3 DRUG STORM.
I=
WS G 7 and 19 7 ftb at. Id &Jar tateper P. 0
WIMIRI3
PIAN THIN CORDIAL,
rramozre DEUG II TORN,
1772E1
=1
B . OSTETTEIII3
8 10116.0 H BIT rsse,
FULTON'S DETIO SIOHL,
MT=
=I
BROWN li BRONCHIAL TROCHEE,
PaII ao'; THROAT.
IULTO3II DRUG 8T0371,
I=l
=CZ=
8 11,1126111 &MO
Oontantoi
78 NSW AND POPULLE SONO%
7011 era awns,
Imbrocbg
When toll Ortnel War Is Om.
Rally nevoid tles Nap Boys.
Who 011 me for Koster sow ?
Mb Ornate,, It Is of Them
Kaaba. Pam Como Boma to DL.
1 bars no Bother aow.
Oct Flog Is Them
Tim Ilsolgerre Wats.
lesumegsn's Ball.
The Lblog Oall'arntsta.
Kim ma boael•Nlght, Mother.
Pt logdon Oman&
Where Liberty deeLle lbws Is my Country.
Shad Words can never dal.
Was my Brother ha Ma Bens
Po they thhek of me at henna?
Do they odes ma at hams
John larown'a t ong.
Viva P• 0111101.
Let me kb* him for Ms Mother.
Mar ahtng Abieg.
Mother. the Battle over
bon. <ln to love.
No one to lova.
Buse the banks of that law river.
Nor of tbe Zeoloa.
Oar good Blip LPL to.a.l4ht.
Kathleen IKIVOITOOOII.
Lad others toonantsront to mentkm. bland, goat
pall, to neastpt of 10 cents.
JOHN P,ILIDIrT. Dahrahcre
era Katmlo 14ftb atm!.
IMKIRTANT TO RAILWAY COM•
PA.8113, KILL OWIII7IB, O.
We have mated and haul fa °warm sear taa
city, an manna, Labafory f r dm masofactfue of
Lubricating and Paint OH,
By a mar and In nt l wa artentllla yrooesa, and new
*err and ecnainend to paella aolka and parmesan
three grades, A, B and respectively, of
LA til and U (wag LOBRICUTING OIL.
Wherever Own lalmicaters ban been Waal, they
ban bane prononacei &MU, /UMW, to etW of the
prepsnalons hasty rM,nd in the taunt.
The ♦." or Bed ticaUty, L deettkia to take to.
plea et the ben Speen Oa, and for nos as mane
am len or other machinery. The r 8,.. or II gull
ty, ter name, sod other Ilk* roubles,. ; sad the
to,. or ad qa ality,tbr henry and some parte& am
TM PAINT U. Ma bean toted by ammo=
Penn" he Otte city, and Mond to be • aping eab
eeitstejar boiled ►Lased ca. Indeed many itainters
gin It a derided preference.
Then OIL are nom exteratmell manntettend at
our
aka Lutist° 011 Works.
A. the proem Is sedentles wad inalbrus. customers
can nais to the uniform ozoslieno. of tam veracialo
equivalents of sou= ant unused Ott. ♦ trial and
tat IN conlldelly toet•d.
Tor sale at No. 30 Kassa? &fain, rcirnatof
!Second.
PENNOCK, BALL & CO
MEI
lIAVING ENTERED 1NR.. ,. ) A OD
PAarszasinp POD TM al BALI OF
Bops' Youth's oft Children's Clothing,
We on prpind to offs: to dr potato an of dr
tamest and but milsetsd stinks OM M. my b
*pawl Iti . thts edq, tampebilit 4111111 OP ALL
KINDS, Mt Drum and &boa, and to duo boa 4 to
II inn. It Deo' oar 'lmpala Ono to lump am
hand • Imp and varied mnrtammat
Ms bed banns In Him Yak and Baton, in an
=Admit that vs am air ladviammate
Equal to any Eastern Houses,
And at plots Jut als maatiabla.
GRAN & LOGAN.
rot Um pleural occopjlog post of etoro
Na 19 Fria Snag!
0101111111 L WlLY—
within/
hiASON a HAIdLINEI
CABINET ORGANS
Han Forge sad Rear, Vdriety aid ribose, BaNl
ais sad littselisizis 4if Yor
They mmNao all ike ascellanees of Os Illdoilsca
gni HITSIOR2IIIII. with Impronments onot bath,
nth as
•UTOIUPIC ZIZZLOWLI SWELL,
MN STOP,
DODDLB SELL OM sad
0011111114TION VALVE.
last lbw tadramast, for Pala% Ea. Cloarch ar
reboot; la Italian% ask ar rammed ans. men
la Woo hos VO to VW
lhaattillat attaloavat taralabr/ varaltaarly.
allrinnrwm PtUataterb, It WOOO MUT.
aW 4311,11. 1114telII,Ititlialto algal
G. W. DASH, Mamas ?Amos,
n ansurnim STILM,
11 /111 all dom foe cub a poi UNION WIT 1011.
sto 0103110111 M, £LL W 001,4 $10; maw* .
ULOTH BOIT. $ll.l.
Mira nit of sloth ands Is twelve hasavil,
, 0 W. IMPS ar.
Ile. it s•ltlasUlstratt.
r:=3
Naar CLABB STOOK mai NUR
PrOBLI. Imam
6611,AC1888 1217ELLIIFT LABIA' —'
findi visas& Miro good Pllllollllllod Bang. Opel
PriamnaT war. , B o sse bterß sad ranabit Implamtabh
BMOC*.
Tot tolbeibsVen ambtrip si ' . • •
@Maw B. tr. onlVril. Mi . :.105 T 1 lb
JUST PUBLISMID. \
TIM MlZlSllLlBOdltikilleli IN )714671114;
er. IMOIDZE2II ABID ICIZUB OY WIZ BAT.
SLE 11111L03 AVID Ix lacalpsD.
• Ay niir. I. J. Nuts. D. D. ' Zclai SI ea.
'or see by ItAT ,1100.. MI Weed stmt.
A LL the intompreheasible . wondersof
Are Owe vishart w no at easistos of on
s. • i
•. • it . Nsioatenel
DLODB-90 Mb Rita 61' i au t
mo
DRY GOODS
JOS HORNS t CO.,
.ffor.77 and 79 Markel Street.
Boopsctrodly tusk, the attem.sou
who Lite ILII a HICIAIL BUI ,
IBS to ther stack of
FALL ANTI WINTER GOODS,
Which ta. round tall and ecnn•
pia'? In . rwrj deprlLskeotlnitts
*81111112 . i6 - ,. KIT& r
NOTLON
IN EMBROIDERIES,
We bun all tb lht•el star In
BLICIV/S, 5p012166, p t
a.
IN lIOSIERT AND GLOVES,
Wt bus a great Isrldv. fn WOOL.
'IMMO, CLOTH, EILLI. tc.
IN RIBBONS,
All ths chaos sza clearable colors.
Of Bonnets and Hats,
A tell Tale of TELT, BUM rd
ATHAW. of FLU WRRt3
A thetr.ble reorteert cd the Went
Fazio haveitite,
IN WOOLEN GOODH
BO'DS. BLIMVIP, CA PIZ, 0 Ole
AB LIMP, a OEM., Aa r with
a tphindld t
SINN'S TURNISHITRO SOOT'S, TAMILS' SAD
011ILDRIBei'S Ila DICE-4381111SST8, all of artilub
afta at vary law CASH PIUtISS.
108. HORNE dt CO.
steady
1863. B"TEMBER 1861
ELTON, MLCSUI.L & CO.,
Nos. 17 and 19 Fifth Et: ea,
Lutfite the stteaton of the Ladle@ to m espial:eat
imaiment of
New Goodß
WHICH THXT LUNE .To3l' 01"1,311).
The Mx.c.k to ectsylete In army :department, sad
they would reeptottally mak the examtnatlon of the
Jiang Rich and 'Elegant lifyles
Got out Into* Ibr the preotmt memo.
They OW ceoadata they con othilatputar tadaco-
made to all alma of pa:ratan, In the way of
=Wu' Wan and an attracttve Oatt
itatehaatt and ethos, who bey to sin saga. ern
ooltollat with say totsallty they man—snd.
vs (Seaton chug as they am by; fa Pallathipkia.
NIP
WE HAVE NOW OPENED AN EX•
11219tV8 STOCK OP
New Goods !
Very ram articles vs an stgablgd to gall below
tla esgala milks% ricer. Char ICOLTS 900D21
orzwil!a, among Gams,
600 Doz. or Boom" EMBED ECU;
200 " " Foam
Doable heels, the best in the market tee senbee.
ILTIT JACKITH, tW the put W the d 7.
Ladles' Ina Skirts and Under• Garments,
HOODS, of various kind&
Our dock of BOHM EUIBOHB, PELT=
RIBBONS, TURNINGS, WILMS AND IM
111101D118111 fa very =Waive and araipbrte.
500 BelatoßAL Elaine
1,0130 pcs. FA 371120.1. & PARIS TIXIDERSO
BOISPINDESS, NICETIES. 10.
sar Oor &leads sad thi paldh3 inanally ats ht.
vited to eve la ► eall.
Witoucseial Eton 'UP BLUM
MACRUNI & CLYDE,
78 4LLERET STREET.
1011 /
ANOTRKI3 CIIIMDie
NEW GOODS
J. W. BARKER 11.
59 Market Street.
THE LARGEST
BEST ASSORTED
p01im:01.v,0421;64114.,04
nor 00015TItY miscararra. !Mints JOB
31.13.0. J. LOOMS
CABE, Alta INITILD TO ZILIL WHIR OM
MODS VD 00XPABZ P 81.012.
oelll
BURCHFIELD,
•
U
N. B. cox. 4th and Markgt Eitin
fin fast cpeastl • iatt►wartoxeat of
New Cli-ococla
DOM , NANCY ausnizaiN
aank;tr Bops
Mtn' 7/1071 . 0AMIECUB;
' De. 16:111 AND DLANN MOTO;
BATLIMM.An wloAi
wean= nark, an' egonii
Gala SWIM= ILINMS;
OUT DAMN
SWIM= AND'ULDidaI
BID AND Nt4III474II:DSLINNNED;
BAIUD oomnr
sLankrre, laiiirut AND PLOANL
eagt -
JUST BECCEIVBD— s •
41:41,4 1* A l ll B B RU B T 3143 V;
Jit GILT AND STEM HALT ONCNILINI
nazoinrawmari -
twvistßLE, BII&DAJID /011/4D EZTB. of WO
LUIS t •
Tortlair *Ws alter.goodi
log 6? tetiuslig Mrs, t
MIVORInt it ' GLYDEI3,-
" : flliazraverna%
awl
rrmens
iaIIAEMB,46SO libler Weald theta
or aka EILEIMIL. ODIUM
I=9
AT
OXIB MOPS II NOW
Mil
DRY 01POisi.
OPERA HOODS;
0111(17,, %S 9;
154(10ga;
MAW , ILEI;
/OE `llt. ZS;
ounuao.s
rX L%lbX‘;
EILEII alarm etre;
A 1. - ACC-4C Ni carom
• VAL 11 3 ,1413;
BIC Pm; _
PuPLITIS ;
3-4 DI LaIES4 4
4-4 "LACK MIMI;
CRANE 11110gi;
Df I. EMU
TAX , OLATUI
X IL COD CUlTugs
DONSAtIIIi;
ailment. LLCII ;
14/YITINCIDAX LAGS;
EL 4.ti• ITS;
(4)WACTS;
NEW FALL ,GOODS
ALEX. tATES',
11 111121 X 5111.12117.
gart"mmtry Sterchatts taAlled cbra7 fer cub.
COUNTRY ISIRRCIIANTN,
EEO
BARKER'S,
69 MABEIT STREIT
w?42t
FALL GOODS 1
NEW GOODS
Jost mitred at
LANE, McABOY & C 0.98,
So. 14D TIDZILAL BTRITT. All!essay
Wilms
41 UCTIOIf •.sLEI:
NA - MANOWB Rel EL AT AUCTION.
ALL —On 111 =DAY irIININ 7, October CM at
o'clect, will be molt, at to Ooinarandal Mahn
bectot, Es link strut, the yrsperty know es
I:hater's Hotel, anoint on !meat area; Women
Terry and Hosing streets. The lot b .Intl
(rant on fourth need by elgtity.fiveteadeep. then
Hoist hi a tares Wry tzlct, beets; a trostor nth ,
ty Hoven test, by aerenty Hine reel oeep. Lar•reoft
sintsd-rono, dining room and bootee oa try hot
flow. The tailor, yeah-room sod Moly do td
loom to the inroad and third 11/0, ■ Mu wader
the entire bows. 'rho bone was lately WM, sad to
now defog a gent bushman
Isiah—Ono-nolf Gun; balsam la an% two mg
tires years, with Interest, nested by band sad
nonigran'n
Sc: particular" enquire of J.W , Hall, ?Mid TM
stress, or of J. D. Wawa, on tba Ember.
wad DAVIS 'lzmir Mill, micro"
HOITEIEHULD FURNITgIaII AT
A 11011014.-012 WXDSZBD iT 'IIOII.IIINO,
rep'. Seib. at 10 o'clock, at 140 -Pros itteet, smut
dear baker i 1u draft, Ni be solo:100a%* "math?
of wall Left laminae, Cannta, Stu.. tmtandag
Opting Beat rob and Malts, liabeguo , Bl.e Matt.,
ilatols.tok IltnoLog Damn, tarok. Cats, Waat
Stands; aide, Diablo and other Tab le, tam gal
opine annum edl tannings. High and Low Part
Itedsteadt Chan" Venttlan Piled; I.:ckteg Cant*,
Parlat, Obleentelt o o 0 4 .4 te , lot". llotif, Bop '
lot amt. Cook DIMS. KiIOW.L. tub Oars and Mtn.
.11,1 feeders. La. talnputt.re, a" the Lunn; to de"
clinicg luineketglsg.
betli T. A. IffeCLNLI&PrO. A.
ICI OUSEHOLD PURNISIMET HIED
sruirt.—en WDD CYDDAY 110BEDIG.
l'aan, Drib. at 10 ealreS, 1.01 I* sac .1 lb, r e d.
&am Ida 01 /11rd strew. batman Wood and Bar
ka atm* Oa tulles fandalualint. smarty am of
•Baardlng Hoes cam print g orals Chasm. Hen
and Pl= OU (Latta. Blab lad lama left B.dniandl,
Itedeng Obatatra landaus, Mein Bum Fend.
tan sad Dalt Warr lilValban Plant.'"
gave and Dton.Da, Sagan, Gbaba, and gra=
idy of bwesekele artdelas;.
tasB DA YDS h He11.W.11311.
A NA LYNIFie-;•
Iv
awn„ly 1i
A ,'-
Alsra nzs.
to oz. ism eo. $t LOUIS, NO.
41. 0
111Attnotut..... A •
EtltallS ocoottra the Army Ike the salKof the
SUMO cum, =lnes sear It Loafs, Mw. I te-
Ito, the atteothe of G sod easel Itesabetarers
to the Attelyahr" Wes atm, ea reportedh t =
h. A. Hays, of Salto; and L. CLBooth, et
.mot, too char irtth the tott of actual .
too
tdby me e•-e ha rateleralt. Ctsehtua
MI at. Louts. dettrafete It to te the rind MI
mod votita. Clay aim Imes, ehreres "testes if
lstertss. Pate wade from It Los stood to tie
Cam Tarawa atom Of,to a w=ads.
She lealyslo to of - the My MI ten IVOR ete
Woe, "Meet soy weihroe or priessattee airs
mt. It posses ant Mbabane la u d=
patch; lad& ere sauces Dr*t
Irbil* admit ache adattatare or e he
terse prepartlie
ot dell et tataad
Iwe am ea to mdse tear the abate
Clay, to to from ea Foals or deemed bee
ALXX. GORDON,
Igo. Ell =COED ezizer.
Preisserems‘ Pa.
polinutoris
PUOTOGRAPII ROOMS,
0035 . MTH AVID =WM EMITI.
cki sad Ed dodo. oar BEdiardsn's Joowtq Mama
!minus,
FUOTOORAP/{B,, enzy also sad eV*. sida at
Goband. tras Um MAW Cots donate to Gaut
aad LLU
n:. rosnsnaa wea.l4 cab Ole Me WO
team at tee.® am Egraut 10 lb. ma lasi
eas 11411MalIIIIMI. bet% MOM b! •M~'
gh stoat Illight'it item
os plias mum, as IsalSbeika -
Raz AND WiNTIII3 DOOM—We
- 1 ; duke Warm cur DM& and the plidle
mar, that we Me mend ear
PALL AND WlNTlair STOOL
OotoprDing nerythlng lbat b ronrand deshabbh
oar I'Db ambling Ii pert of 5002011. CHIPOrri
DAMN! I 1 1 0EPLIIINITAL 00111116111 i T c r ir
15GP. of NUN TIMM BOA and
oisaania. including e 13/111 aveltzeit d
'AHOY PENNON AND MOTOR •OAD3lllllelle
BLADE AND DOWNED OLOSIDE b.. eiddive
we 'rowed ta nuke up to order t" the latest efi
mist lithEntids subs end In the best mama
GRAY, POSSIEL & RISE,
wizens= nir;9ll3,
No. 19 FIFTH STREET.
stILM
NSW BOAT STOW/.
C3=
HARRY, DAVIDSON &
SHIP CHANDLER:a.
• Ant dada! m.
BOAT STORMS,
Of sTny dnettpthati ,
No. is rinnio.utarDnio.
oiscgarsAno.
MEI
koW l* • IL/01LO. • -
AN WI Mai. Pot* litcolad !Oa ettgill
60 .to trissiat. 0. • diq
- bbts. Oro,etsi dig
60 do .4, oadlrV`Clogt• . 1 10.
100 'tn Tellowszur 44-%.
30 , do ,pil24OX. 0 - idaveti
V.O do - snores! bringlalf. n., "lr ityrapc
- ROO togclioadlo praxis lb
bosse sal Was 14W — rail/a Taming
100 Idt obits Quinlan lealt•T"iiiq
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