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Union State Ticket.
ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre
1011..T0D911 or TUB 1:1179111= DOUBT:
DANIEL AGNEW. of Beaver.
• Vaioa Cloasti Ticket.
1153. AmWait 1,40_ of go Dtstrid Ocult
I. JOHN P. GLASS.
n. ALTRIED ELAM
m. MANS D. HICHIIO2I.
JOHN 8. STEWART.
14, CLAD d Cburn.
WM. A. HIMBON.
14.• Gm* Troonve.
DAVID AMON, alt.
WM. J. BIOHARDtr.
/kr Omni Gonelmorn.
For DkerAor of lAA Poor.
JOHN F. MM.
The National Debt.
There have been three periods when the
National debt of the United Btatei ran up
to high figures. The first of these was in
1701, when it amounted to about $71,000,-
000, and bore the proportion of about 14
per cent. to the aggregate taxable pro
perty of the country. Between that period
and the war of 1812.15 this rerolutienary
debt was reduced to less than one-haiL
In 1816, when the debt of the last men
tioned war was funded, the aggregate
amount was 'upwards of $127,000,000,
Which bore a proportion to the then ag
gregate taxable valuation of the country
of about lin per cent. Both these debts
iirere-Aild principally by foreigners, and
ookni ! ently the payment of interest was
.4111ilittial drain you the coin of the
-tter - Oltry. At those pariah we had no
mines of gold from which to replenish the
ettitisted channels of circulation, and but
Millie:port trade to maintain a financial
equilibrium with Bator). We had then
hardly toy manufactures, but were de
pendent upon Europe and India, and upon
the 'good old family spinning wheel, for
all our clothing, and upon foreigners for
almost every article of comfort, luxury
and convenience. Under inch circum
stances, and in such condttions of national
industry and commerce, a national debt
due, mainly to foreigners, was a crushing
burden, and public sentiment sternly de
manded its liquidation, which work was
begun by Mr. Mosso; and was completed
during the second term of Mr. Jaoxson i s
The war with Mexico created another
sepal national debt; but the amount was
so trifling, compared with the national re
sumes, that it is not worth 'iliantioning in
tide connection. Then, again, under the
raacally financieringlhat prevailed daring
M*. But:menus!. administration, money was
borrowed to replenish the national coffers
at the enormous rate of 12 per cent, and
.another little debt created. Bat as it wait
therpolloy of the democrats he had Wood
him to bankrupt the treasury and ruin
the nation, it is hardly worth while to men
tion Lie national debt in this connection:7
We now come to the great debt, , creited'
by the present war, and which is still, In
creasing. Its aggregate is over twelve
hundred millions; and before we are
through it may Biel up even to two thou
sand millions. But let us speak of it as
It LI, not as it may be. AL present it bears
a proportion of about 9 per cent to the ag
-.visite valuation of the property of the
loyal States, and consequently is about 17
per bent less, relatively, than was the debt
of 1816, and not much more than half as
onerous as was the revolutionary debt of
Bat our present debt is altogether unlike
the I farmer great debts of the nation. The
national bonds were then, as alreadyinti.
mated, principally in the hands of foreign
bankers, while those of the present are
held by our own people; and thus the
semi-annual interest, instead of being car
ried in large masses of coin to Europe,
never to return, flow through thousands of
channels among our own people, causing,
instead di' a depleting and exhausting
drain, a wholesome and vivifying current
of sound circulation, stimulating every
kind of badness, and affording a basis for
safeandabundantourrency. Its weight,
like that of the all4urrounding atmo
sphere, is great, yet unfelt—imparting
buoyancy, not causing depression.
There are any advantages arising from
this domestic debt. It binds thousands and
thousands of influential citizens to the
Government, and insures their fidelity to
it, by the strong bonds of private, Indi
vidual interest, and secures all Guar influ
ence and' activity in the maintenance of he
* integrity, power and credit.
tther ii, that it seism a perpetual
Irobeatimt to the manufacturer; and see
mils.bls intend and capital from the el
ciesitudeS,Wwldoh they have long been
whicitei from inirty cluinges and the whims,
sip:lcss(tied ill:digested theories of poi
-144,11114,3.:•41i WOlll4 maintain itself, the
vreerantimild.i!ound to sustain the great
Indtuifrist 141reitiof the country.
Azotltas.bSnillt Will bo" Wit men will.be
aretalla - lheiehation of the agents
.'commit the Inter
line of ptilitti(ifit for they will feel that
they ~s '
_at - itake than they flier
bad before: 1 , •
Whitens also we may • fear in these
troubfeente thine, tro may dismiss all ap
mliaMgatia--.,0n actekitt of .the stational
dsbt, 10 los as that debt is hold b 7 cur
°11"1' 14.-wol by our bazaars aid bap
a " but: by our own rpm,' our
,- , -- '* - Li mim ' - :
Our voters. It is *or great-an.
1- • W '.l;iv. and already we are feeling its be.
-- 7 7 - -
' mei of State tosses
-.. .silitso2. ll Pflre; al the e
The-Neer York Court of Appeals, iron in
Albsnyilisa decided that the legal tender
notes Issued b 7 the National government
OenstltatlonaL : - Ther New York - Gnaw
Thai ihoishus" affirms , a decision in the
i3esnntir,Tudiedal illetriet and ovetTalee one
made in thiti district, and is of • the utmost
ispostanea, It settles a mod question
sad sawn sloubta that have been felt by
*NW people. R b gr atifying to ebronfolif
fit bairmasy 4 r oar Etats Gouts with the
lairs of Congrup,esuf the pomp of the
• -Traall 'WM be no died In lows; tlieala
keying Insnlehed 3,827 mon In exede ttf'
f2Z -1- f - N' , 4 ,
. -._..:~.~~ _•-~~s ; ter`°°°
The Political FroepeeL
Unless all the augnries are deceptive,
the friends of the Government and the
Union will carry Pennsylvania by a tre
mendous majority on the 18th of October.
A somewhat extended canvass of the State,
and a careful reading of the newspapers
of both parties, enable us to make and to
emphasize this prophecy. It is cheering to
observe that in every county hosts of Dem
ocrats have decided to support Gov. Cur
tin and the whole Union' ticket. There is
scarcely a township in the State in which
this fact is not omitted. It is the Demo
°ratio element that will expose sympathy
with treason, and rebate armed trea
eon itself. Take Lancaster county as an
example. In that great country, an em
pire in itself, nearly ever recognised
leader of the old Democrat:7ls for Curtin
and against Woodward. Dr. Frederick
Augnetus hinhlenberg (brother of the la
mented and beloved Henry E. Moldenberg,
of Berke county,) Hon. Benjamin Champ
neye, James L. Reynolds, Dr. Patrick Cas
sidy, James McPhail, Dr. John Dunlap,
George M. Kline, men who have dig
nity, energy, and force to the Democratic)
party—are all ranged under the flag of
the Union and in favor of the Union State
ticket. In Chester county, such Demo
cratic leaders as Dr. Worthington, Geo. W.
Pearce, P. Fraser Smith, John -Marshall,
Colonel Samuel Ringwalt, stand at the side
of Hereto John Hickman, and earnestly
advocate Andrew G. Curtin. We need not
show how this feeling has spread In Phil
adelphia, where thousands of Democrats
are openly sustaining the Union candi
dates. Nor is it necessary to enumerate
the leading Democrats in other quarters of
the State who have broken the chains of
party and rejected the dictates of the new
lights of a perverted and Wee Democracy.
Every hour adds new converts to the great
army of patriotic men in this State, and
increases the chances of Gov. Curtin's tri
umphant re-election.—Phi/a. Brea.
OCT. 1, 18,63.
Arrest of a Clergyman and Closing
of his School
Rev. Frederiok Gibson, assistant rector
of St. John's Church (Protestant Episcopal)
at Huntingdon, was on Sunday arrested
about l2i o'clock near the church edifice,
by a cavalry officer and conveyed to the
headquarters of Gen. Schenck, according
to official orders. The particulars of the
case are thus narrated at the quarters:
Some time Once a gentleman named John
son, formerly a member of Congress, who
is the principal of the Chestnut Hill School,
stating that he desired to send hie eon
there, and at the same time inquiring the
terms. The reply was to the effect that his
school was full, and he added that even if
it were not he would not- receive his eon,
for the reason that Mr. Johnson was a Union
man, while all the scholars in his school
were Southern in their sentiments. Soon
as Mr. Johnson received the note he for
warded it to the Secretary of War, who,
In return, forwarded it to Gen. Schenck.
An order was therefore issued for his ar
rest, and upon his arrival at the quarters
he was questioned by Col. Platt, chief of
staff. Mr. Gibson said that as a minister
and school instructor, he had no political
principles, but as a citizen he contended
that the present condition of the country
was caused by an unholy war. When in
formed that he was to be imprisoned he
asked whether he, as a citizen, had no
rights. CoL Platt said in case of his death
he would not be_,deprived of the rights of
sepulture. He was confined in the build
ing of the military provost marshal. Con
sidering Mr. Gibson'e bitterness of spirit
in opposition to the government, it Deems
surprising that he has so long enjoyed
personal liberty. He was accompanied by
one of hie scholars aged about twelve
. e who also declaimed against the uun
war;' falsely so called.-Baltimore
• - ioan.
A National union Movement Among
Among the progressive liberal Germans
of the country, says the "New York Tribune,
4 political movement of some extent has
been carried on during the past three
months. Its object is to organise the Ger
mans for the next political iesnes on a dis-
tinct platform, and the movement'has been
a success. The organisation is already
very strong, and will meet at Cleveland on
the 18th of next month for the purpose of
preparing for a convention.
In this pity the movement has been
started by the National Club, an associa
tion ofeithens, adhering-to the same po
litical principles and pursuing a common
political aim. The outlines of the -creed of
the assoolation.are found in the following
propositions, since adopted as a platform:
L 7 he several Bette► aro aullect In ell Ural nal
attain to the .or Manly of the peasif &of the United
human. Eaminalon from the Union la nal-hex more or
lass than high treason.
8. The Union must be fin:nerved throughout its
entire extent of terrilto 7.
S. The war against the Sabots mmt be prosecuted
to their unconditional surrender.
4 le recesses the tritioe, the Cotudllution must
adopt s. its fmadnium , al ptinciple the pommel lib
erty end clvii equa ity of ell men, and mart guaran
tee the extinction at &every in ell the States.
Wherever the war power can be exercised, nanny
most cam at once
6. The Canstitution of the Lreited Stater need' re
vision In the apirft rf the Declaration of Independ•
env, end of the foregoing maxima.
0 The maintenance of the Monroe Doctrine la ne.
canary to the Independence of the Republic.
Serenade to tee Ville of General
The wife of General Rosecrtuis hie been
stopping for some weeks past with her bro
ther, Mr. William Hegeman, at Llewellyn
Park, in Orange, New Jersey. On Monday
night a serenade and a floe entertainment
were given in her honor by citizens of Or
tinge and invited guests. The residence
and grounds of Mr. Hegeman were deco
rated and brilliantly illuminated, and
Mrs. Rosman, was introduced to many of
the persons present. In the supper room,
pleasant mean were made at the pre
sentation of a flower stand and aquarium
to Mrs:Rosecrains. Theodore Tilton made
the presentation address, in the routes of
which he said:
I remember realms ef • &avant Wks! Of man.
tainsersorhus Ivo mountainsetandhismar topt.Wr
weft volted - by ate loonies and welched pll7 be
terms. And in to-eight vs sib=tc . on Orange;
If ountain. RIM fuser, but v thoughts art
- anon Um distant menintalns of Tenn now Ilia
teem together with • chain of towers Pipplinve. I
This Mo=4ll} of oars In ,eled weight, vita the tem.
tic( moonlight and Ititlithe grenettll Of t, but
pet haps Mae distant peaks in the West Mend at ibis
hour capped with twleinnoke. If so lse, may God
grant, while here the vlfe le reschles cut be: hand
to ;tate HMO Slums, the hand of her husband to
lifted tato that battle cloud to Week • thunderbolt
like Jupina's frr rengentee wan the foe. Lapplansal
Mr.frlegeman responded in behalf of Mrs.
Rosecrane, and after three cheers for Gen
eral Rosecratus, and a speeth by Rev. G4O.
D. Bacon, the company separated.
Ms authorities of Baltimore have pre
sented Ben. Baum:Yam:riots of resolutions
cowiplimentarx of the .polloy he hut pus
sued in that city. In acknowledging the
compliment, Gen. Schenck said, esplana
tory dills dacha course, which some ban
denounced as severe:
“I would recognise for all practical pur
poses, but two classes—the royal and the
disloyal, and have. placed this principle in
our platform t for there can be no middle
ground; men must voluntarily sustain - the
United States government, or engage in
some measure to put it down. I cannot
make an example of men onsecount of their
thoughts, nor seek out others from the pri.
♦ate circle of their famines, but where there
are open-and avowefdevelopmenta of hos
tility to the government I regard the an
thers as dangerous to the country—as
strengthening the rebellion ; _Amid I. have
deemed it my. duty Intake notice of them.
There are thousands of itten,l was going to
say -hundreds of thousands, opposed to the
government who deserve to _be sent across
the lines, but they have not been dealt with
basun their conduct does not exceed the
limits of a reasonable elution.”
ribele ire out in the =Bushes wad
inampi orlittselealppl.huuting- up- con
eotipte sad "Wait men -with: dege,,llt, l i:
man open hie mouth lateen of the 'Union;
he b buns upon the spot
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.' r.Xiyt':>`.~, s' j>~i :w..~s~'~sra_ ;
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y,.,.:~ - ~' ,° ae.::%`;fs.;-„ s6is
A GRAM Consumennox.--tiome South.
ern gentlemen were disowning, s few days
ago, the possibility and propriety of giving
votes to the freedmen of the South; a mew-
We in the expediency of which Southern
Unionists—more particularly those from
the far South—appear to ho tolerably man.
imous. -One of those present--a loyal Tex
an—announced himself inflexibly opposed
to such a grant of votes to the blacks, "be
cause," said Ilk "in six months after you
give the right to negroes to vote, half the
Democratic politicians in the country will
go about sweating that they have negro
blood in their veins."
EXAYINATION Of Di/a - fin Mas.—The
War Department is convinced that It has
made one mistake in reference to the draft.
It has permitted its surgeons to be too par
ticular in the exatoination of drafted men.
The department finite that where it has
had poor surgeons, yet men of practical
tense, it has obtained most, and were the
most skilful and exact surgeons have had
.the handling of drafted persona, the gov
ernment has fared badly.— Washing ton
DON'T Lune via NAME.—The pirate Mar
tilt writes to the Parte Petrie to eay that
he is not a pirate. He quotes Noel and
Chapel to prove that the Florida is not a
privateer, because she was not armed by
private individuals. If not, then the Brit
ish Government did it, Maffitt shifts the
responsibility very oleterly, putting it
where it belongs.
Tim Port Royal New South says that
agents of a company of capitalists are soon
to visit that place, for the purpose of sur
veying the shores of Port Royal harbor,
with a view to selecting a site for a city.
A UNIO . MEETING will be held
a HU/THAWS, Woods' Ben, In DoOhne
tovroxbip, on 81117BDAY IVEIIIIOO, Oer. se. st T
o'clock. Addressee .111 be delivered by B. 0.
OHjI D Yee , end Don. JAB L. 011&LIAM.
EIGEITH WABD.—A Cnim Meet
be bold at the corner of Ptereceon
greet and Namlran% •ret lie, /MOAT LVESI.
ING, Oct. 21, at 7% o'clock. Addrcatee will lo de•
Useted by act. T. J SIGH abl, nig& Id. USA
/MALL, N. A. WOSDWIJI.O, B. F. LEO&S, and
A UNION MEETING will be held
hi the SCHOOL HOUSE Seventh W.rd, on
THEIISDAII XYISHING, Octz.ber let, at I o'clock.
Addressee will be delivand by WM LITTLE and
H. 0- H I.OILItELL, Ne3o:td
Obi. UNION MIiETING will bo held
In br.8 . 7 LTBEVTY, C.Mai township, on
ISANCIEDAY EVENIN3, Colt ber 3d„ at 7 reelect,
!admires will be delivered ty do!. THOIIIII3 11.
D►YNZ, TCO3. HOWARD, raq , sad Wll. 0.
1101/21.1111D, E q, se3o:td
[O°A UNION ISSUNINO will be held
at HAT 71019,1, nesr Tart Mum, CU TITUEI3-
DAT, Cont', et let, at 7 o'cicek p m. The train
lewea it 3.45 p. ro. Address. is .111 be do:bared by
OoL TEEM EL 13.1TH1 and TIIOB. ROWASED,Ist.
11:3i.A UNION hililfalNG will to held
at PORT PIRRY, on TIIIIRSDIY RUN.
I 9'o, Oct. let, at OX oNeotk. I ddraesta wig be de.
livered by Hon. J. E. HOOP MIRO, ROBERT B.
0 aRTIARAN and W/L H. ROPPITZ Rale.
IWA UNION MEETING will be held
at MoCOBSILLL'EI SCHOOL ROUST, In
Wont Liner township, on TILIDAT, October 24, of
°Vont pln Addrenwo wUI be &Mond by the
Hoc. JAB. L. GEAUAbi. nod WIL N. BOUM,
• rw Bid
(O.A UNION MEETING will be bold
In the If LEGE I SQUATS, Dirasingbann,
en BLTUEDAT, October ad, at T o'clask p m. A
Mos Olab and Dram Dand be In attendance.
Adirraree will be delmed by Hoa. J. E. MOOR_
RECD, THOS. H. II IttIIALL, Esq., a•ld J. LUD
WIG SOETHES, Eq. aa2Odd
10. A UNION MISTING will he held
at JOSH 4 RIBBEL'i COAL WORE%
near AlclCeerport, on THIDAY EVES! 50, October
'be Ad, at 6X, o'clock. Add:curs WTI be deliver;
el by THOS 11. AI 4.IIBHALL, Rig., Hon. JAE. L.
OR MAK, awl B P VON BOHNHORST,
04 UNION RESIN° will be held
at 03117 ONO WEI. on SITUIIIiDaY,
Oct. Bth, at 10 o'c'et k a m. All trial citizens who
are In fay:, of a 'aroma. pron•ntlon of the war and
the tcpereriton of the rebellion. are eanteatly re
po...tat to attend. Ihe trvet , rg will be adderced
by WM. 0. OICII6 D. Eq., Co'. J. D. CLUE,
and other. se26od
10.1:11 , 4ION COMMITTER ON MEET
ING! AIM SPEULZOI2:
Slum L. WZMII, H. 0 giceamg,
Jong K Stows, J. G. Decharms,
B. &mots., Ja.
The Committee mer ta EVKIIT D&T, at 2 o'clock
p. m.. in WI4ICEN2 HALL, when arrangements
will be aide for meeting" and speakers. Paden for
meellegg can be groaned at the hall. son
[awls BAH .
R 1 WM
H Pt ederick
B B Nahumlock
J 8 alohardoon
W 0 MaNsiby
T B McMillan
J T rtmb4
There • f 1 be •
•ef of Orton atr •
Lt O. 11‘vKlIZ
Erg., •nd others,
meerlr.g of the •
• et and Centre de
, Oct. Ist. nee,
Z. , JAMB
oUI be ',emu
Wednesday, October 1, 1.863,
AT 1 O . OLOOI P. 11
&absent Epsilon will be present.
no dttnas Cl Ittrglses, mid the adJolnlibg coml.
lam an maid!, Invited to In present
O.ONION MAYI3 MY.ETINN.
TRUAX WILL DI A
11118 EVE6IIB 0, October lit, 1868,
IN'THE ALLEGHENY DIAMOND.
All lover* of the Union, and thole •ho ire In favor
of the enariesion of the rebellion, are earnestly In.
aped to be relent and boa the following speakers:
lion. JOHN P. PENNEY.
Ron. JUDGE VEBER.
GRAND UNION RALLY,
(Neu Ms miaow of John Obtain, itsq ,)
Thursday Evening, October 1.
2HOL ►L minammt. L.q.,
B. Q. OIIILDB. LT.
JOIIN M EIERPATBIOKaI4
'Br The rends rill be BRILLIANTLY nix-
MELTED by GB.LOJ L 101118:
1 1 10 :LBT-4 4 1comfortablo_ Brick Dwell.
is lag. of hall had arra lonia; lard. do. / 14
Pp O. BONS. a MOM
0. COMMITTEE ON NATURALI-
NA' lON !ND ASEESiIIIgNI
Jima W. RIDDELL. Chairman.
Wm. M. Ellira, Join EL Brawaan
0.8 IC "UT.. Itoe. 11. BAnia,
MEET DAILY, AT 2 P. If., AT
US I'ON HeADQUARTEBB, WILKINS MILL,
And wfl &find to the soplicaflont of More &midair
to too nof unitized or wooed. .40 231.20,
OpTICI OT PIT 91)117011111 Oam Criscesar,}
19th neptssibm. 1803.
EWELECTION.—The Etookholdere of
"The Pittsburgh On. Company" are hereby
notified that an election for Otte TTIIIIWIC to sem
for the tens of three years, and of one Trenton to
same for the term of two years, Will be held at Ma
(moo of the illicospany, In the City of Pittsburgh,
on the Flalirr Mt,BDa4 (f.th day) OF OCITOBII/1
NEXT, between the home .f k and IS o'clock W. in.
selth lard," JA. 11110) It, 011R1hT7, Trimmer.
;T3l 'J (1 I-) wd I
pllllll3 BUTTER-10. Jan this day
reoalTol by Exp:
LARD -4 len received by Exprom.
0 , 1 11ZNITIT 8. OOLLINS.
BAGB.-10 dozen Twilled Fage for
Jur nor try ITZWILT 9. POLLINEI
REMOVAL —We have th's day taken
peer N.lon or the Office 'lady complete by alder
I Wart, be II e hID MIES!, at which Voce we will
be (led to sae ear fti,nie.
LYDAY ► 013011PE5157 NO.
Ottoter Ist. 18 3. cc 1:8,
REMOVAL.—We have this day taken
the Werth use late accepted by biterrs.
notably°, Co., no. 98 WATER and 139. 111.0hT
WIREETS, end will Y °talon° the Oomichalco bud-
am end receive Banned Oil on sterna, for which
we hive capacity tot 3,10.1 barrel.. Bate of stings
moderate. 111 Dint 6 CLAIM.
October let. 1553 , °al ylw
FOUND—On the 23d inet, on.e street
in Pittsburgh, • Bld POBeN, cant elnlnS
a fete dollars In money, which Ms owner can have
by describing toe property end raying for !hie ad.
vertfeement. Apply to DAVID MooOtili DLL, New
Alszandels, Westmoreland 00., Pa. RAO 2e
$3.000 WILL PURCILIAISE a valna.
natal lot cf I roa•.d. in pleasure loss•
tam, .4 fear front on berth Venal street by IYO deep;
a boat of 10 feet &et Late, frame derailing
tome, frnit and shads tress, grape. vines, ehrobbery,
eta. a. WPM D LAT dt Sono. bt .fark.t at.
1(0 T,/ 70118 0)06 FURS 10X,
For tale by
I V 9 rir
TWO GOOD PLOW MOULDERS
I toad, wo. k, ud gxd wage" plld
WO 3 Jorry itet.t& 13/ 1-11,,t. •t.
- UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGEIR
—Aeothar supply of that molt dedrab'e and
nee%l !wild,. and shr.ted be in every home. Call
.d ate that t store reteceaslng other msobleee that
do Dot give ratlesetiort. ror We at the led'. Hob.
r tarot of J A B. Pot td..lPd,
o'e gent h r this COUIty.
o 1 No. 46 and 21 It. Glair ••.
FALL AND WINTER OPENING
Ills. C. BTOGB sill Open. on SATURDA y, Oct.
3,1, a headoono. and elegant issortoapo of the latest
BO NSICZY, H&7B AND 01 P.l;
Abe, CLOAKS, 8 ,t( WIZ?, OIROVLititB
Of the nesrett end must desirable patterns, constant
ly to teal oelt3t
CH ISAMU' PASNAGH 1 7 110 H
IHE "OLD POl7lMtl."
Parunginr, brought out In FIRST CLAB3 ?AUL
BTCAtIIiBB. from Llttrpool, Loudordenel, Onlssi
or Omit, for
Ard by tailing rends .fcr TWESTY•ONE DOL.
LASS. In currency.
Apply to D. O'NEILL.
tnyl-gmend bah wrest. Pittsburgh.
STE 61. COLL &tus 1
EATO f, MACRUiI & co.,
Non. 17 LED 11 TIM" hTHILIT, Pem-mom
Bole Ligroin for
Atkinson's Steel Collars and Cuffs
Kasai*Dad White, baling tta appearance and eom•
tett or Linn, 7o military mom and trsvelns tits,
1.L7114. PIICTI Ol STEIL COLLILES LOH corn
Gent's Standing Colisra--....—; t 00 ?stk.
Thruover •• Ito ••
50 per pair
Lodi's` Narrow Collars—..--- 1 00 ea - A.
1 50 per palr
Swot PI pent on receipt of Si 16
teel • odes ra-ansionkd for 26 dote; or Ire nil
exchange • SSW GOLLA It for tit OLD ONE, pre
it in net broke cc bent for Y 5 cents.
To. trade supplied at toe Nem 1 ork A raft prier
For price Wt ad dr se
EATON, kid CRUD A CO.,
celtf Plueborah. Pa.
orEN AMAIN I
DUQUESNE EATING DOUSE,
Na GT BIUTIMILD Brant Prnterzara, PA
ralessed and fitted op In elegant style. Ali dell
mass 0 , the arson 'amyl 011 hand.
Dallclone OlfaTil3, the first of the sawn.
rill" vAbu/ YriNtllVNltkte —The
andetegned will enemies INVALID PEN
IV ONLY% at the opus of DEL EtooooK, No. 110
WIDELY, Pinata:tab, ea the ler DAY OF
00TOREE BENT. Thome wheat panting con.
minced prior Id the 4th of !Ewell leer, are regal:ad
to be mtimarnod before they tan obtain the game.
lbe chargewhich will-be reloaded by the
PISLIZIOZI Agent: GEO. IdoOOOIL D..
J. W. NLAt E.BITEN, IL D.,
esT:gereed Examining Stlrje.M.
Jan a ttinson
T T Iffrorbekd
f M atm.'s?
f It bog.
1.1 Back!. y
1 t Id swum
v TO THOSE INTERESTED.—Rho ComoHere
appointed to eollaot the aciculate for tabor on the
fortlPostiooe, aretood the City of Pitteborgh, would
hereby notify all perms having Dille for labor or
otetarial osed, op= the bottenahmeats, to presort
the worm Woes the Lt dey oR Hoer:ober, to GEO.
hiringT at &be Board of Trade BOOM% ha
rib lostracted to attend to the doty of bay
log all loch Dlllr earictly mode oat and properly
Cyan. at ato cor
nea, on TH taa.
Dr D alotoiD,
Hy order ce the Committee. '
GEO. U. Td CrE6TOE, En. EL Com
In pommies of Um abovo none*, I will attend
daily for the wpm of innifahlng U. prow farms
for manias. out said bills, and, for romialog the lams
anew aaihonileatlma bf claimants. at the Board of
Trade Rooms, daily, from to 12)4 a. m.
ladittf OLO. H. THURSTON.
MASON & IiAtiGAN tl
m o l 4 i l ta [ • o ,
w t i h th l m co m c m s
e o n f
hoe 7 Mlaladroit
such ma the
AUTOII4I7II lIELLOITS BWELL.
Jost the Instrument, tor Palor, MIL, Church or
school Is 'Oast, !nit Or rsoogrooti calla, _ nosing
pilot hum $7O to SIM
D , ooripti to catalogues loruishrd grat taloa sly.
Oar Woreroomo la Pittsburgh, 81 Woo, Praire,
eta . • Ong. 111BLIpB, Zia:Wu Agent.
FLAW t irLAtiti i tei.4lolo I
trialcaa Flags I
HOUBEB, POI:138, COMPANIEB, ikon
BUNTING, MUSLIN OR BILK,
All atm, from TM IFICAIIB TO 711rTY MET,
AT mos or
Pittsburgh Flag Manufactory,
PITTOCKII 318W8 DEPOT,
airs STMT. oPpoarri TOL ENT MUM.
_'ate 9. 1 .49.6 d Oil;
blanaho:umi and iold by
J AB. DAISELL Els 606 b
oo!9 69 GM ro wiggle wilt.
SIEVE A PRINTIS.,
CI Wend. CM%
Z. lit LIE 111 LNH•B
DOUBLE DRUM, awl
G W. DASH, MERCHANT TAILOR.,
91 EINITEIVIELD ETEIZIT,
Wri ent .4•941 , 0 , ash • tool UNION SUIT FOB
: O. SSUIITB4, ALL WOOL, 525; GLIM
OLOTH a? IT. 1
mar A koh of cloth msde to Iwlre st
O W. DA 4 W9r
No. 04 Peolallehl 99. , a.
7011 Till lI►II%.
r 1111103.3 D3OO BTOET,
D R. HALL'S LSAM,
TOG THE LUNG',
Fi L ON'S p [MG 8 ORR,
A lejiEt , ll ARRIVAL OF
8015 Or It &L7A 010ATIP,
YULITN'S DELO WN)BN,
Won. 67 and C 9 19Mb street.
FOB TEM DAIS AND WITI'KULS,
FULTON'S bRUO STOMP.
F ULTON'd COUGR SYRUP,
YOB 0 COLDS, dt.3
Pnrpued "zd sold bi
J. BL FULTON,
r,ut et , re. YUth
11111LTOW3 LEW ETOBC,
t. 22 67 and I 9 1• fib it. 2d dter Win. P. ft,
TIRE TBits ocraDIAL,
FULTON'S DRUG sriiam,
Pa 67 •nd 69 7lfth tlrrt
NULTONII DUG BIOBE
Noe. 67 and 60 TIM dread
BROWN 8 BRONCHIAL TROCEIB,
P.M BORE ?BIWA%
JULTORII DRUG 6TORE,
Yoe. 67 •nd 69 filth street
A FRZSEI SUPPLY OF
Just realised at FULTON'd DRUG STORM,
Hot. 67 aad 69 87th Wort.
Orrice or ram CONTIOLLZI or OLIZOHINT
Plitthoinia. Sept. 88th. 1883.
TO THE HOLDERti Oe PIVB Pisa
CENT. COMPR.OIIIBII BONDS Or TIM
COUNTS Or ALLIGUINT. Puma —By note of
Anambly, /winery 29th and •yril 931, 1883, the
431akiog Yard Oomatimionere are directed to par.
chute annually. at the low.st offered rates, three
bonds, to Ma aroma of the Sinking Fund, MOM,
eporopriated for their redemption. •
SE LED PUOPOSALS, •Ph price for Cooper. or
Herrera:l Donde, addressed to tide office. marked
Sisking Yazd Conuenstosere," trill be receirei aatil
Ootobe 80th. EtaNEY LAMBERT,
TER CENTRAL BOARD OF RDITCA
TIOV, of tOs City at Pitianurgb. wish to ammo
t.• mentor of o Irild tLI TBAOIII/Ftr, to supply •
vacancy In the Crotral nigh School. Oandidatsa
for the ;coition will bs required to post as eassolns.
tion by the raotilty in the following branchae
fontanelle. Knaltah Grammar, Geography, Orthoy.
espby. History, Alhabra Geometry, Physical Goon.
raaby and Latin tionsagb the Primary Lemnos lima
tsetse; Ornamantailon Sha aurciination miltann.
winos TIIOIIBDAT. October ht. st f 1 o'clock a, 10.
Bstaf7 IWO Par loam at tan months.
M Omy order of Board.
ostribr 'OHS A. BLACIZ 15", reey.
BHA OD AHD OIN4IItIiAL TELE%
SWIMS, Yllfle and IT1111011111118;
(habit and Ms ornamental °Oa); F BUIS Taira
and bteroans pima, aB to rear wattle, and ry
Yeti. bOIIII.VOII, 01113A,1101 and NOIBB
BOntB. u rue los pica of $l5 art bratty:l, If or.
dead Wore pottlng Um.; and an otbst Haunt"
.took of ant gall ft. and,st reduced rites, Is order
to cloy out durfng the totant Yatl endentrt Pprlng.
I cquire et 08. 150114 T, Dam tnd ;
yr, T. A. )1111.LON.
netefladaelf t n the amino.
SCHAUB & M'DDNALD'S
BABII AND DCOB FACTORY,
ANDERSON MEET. soar Ow Band Si ial Bridifi,
. ALUGUm ChTT, R&..
SOH. DOOSS,TII4III.II, 'UNCTION BLINDS,
Do ULDIdQi and PANIL pUULTUBi ins& to
order and conetanDy on band. inkSo:IT
le" NEP OONIiTANTLY ON HAND—
Lishey's haprogred Blood antrelair;
Bakes'. Cod User Oa;
//dubacrs Ducks sad Sumps DU;
Beeves .Itrosektal Troches;
Esdaa's Diptharids Lounge";
Mrs. Was loves &Whip Mpg, ;
Mame* Phis Trse Cordiat;
Dircssius, Ones ad Rum fan;
Era. Ation es Hair Ratsrer;
At Olf.O. A. LILLY'S Oentral Lees [tore,
•,3,3 In Neckar flosto, •11subsoy.
AA 75 bads. Porto Bic* sod Ws flog.r;
60. do crime N. O. op
50 bbh. Orushol dat
60 do un" and "1" Code, do.
103 do Tallow and .41“ do do;
2.0 do ply •B. 0. bobs...;
250 do sacrist lauds N. T. Ilyrtro.in
ROO bags good to swam no Oars;
200 boas and caddis. la, 30 and Si Tobacco;
100 half ohms anon sad Bloch Tons;
In store and far sale by
14.23 117 sod 29 Inltn&ld stmt.
LOST OZETIFIOATS.—Wherein the
cornea& of tau shares of stock of the Beak
of Plitabedgb, number 181, hued Iforetaber
Ma, to Mash Istildectsial. ban hies mislaid ar
lad, notice le hanky elm that sales the nil cer
tificate Is rweemnd I , ,re the optratkos of few
weeks tem this data. appllcatloa will be wide Wale
Bank to tante a duplicate cartferate of Ms stock.
W. ff. lalleklD.
admintstailoe of the Mate of Kula /am
Ocp Imam. 11. 11161. lands
rangy Dyeing Establishment,
39 onto sr., ALLSOIIIINT arrr
4A II toogtottoold to two weeks. soft tm
MEM= Glum=zings% ernes,
OCIII4 0 and le r strut;
D. IL UM, 11=1
WILLBB bOLD ATPU BLIC AC-
I iC LI K
Um 111113?. OZGOID ADD WM
wztonstosie, Ith, 14th and flat of October, at
the Canal, :nsu tae Ilkablagtos Obnovvtory,
lam lot of 110118 IS and Man condemned an
nuns for public 60111i0114 elle to comae= at ut
Term —Dub, In Government *mat.
NUM Odd& ea ammo% A. tl
A NOTRIIR RIODAIOND IN THN
AUL. FIZI,IId—We are now maned to Width
(Uptake ud owners Of tteetobadt with 81:11ill
Ilb 0 MPS, atm* else and stride. We totabh
all the waohloa7 of • boat, end — mood In petal of
revellonoa to noon We bomb, 011 r heoniptaew
to cconlei up to Use, sad The quality of our WOlll,
to elute the owning of oar own lifer toga.
H. Id. BOLE,
felt HasY cd AtewtHore Blew.
WANG ENTREOID INTO A. CO-
PAIITIISE9IIP TOE TRY ed WI or
BoyeYonth's & Childron's Clothing,
We it. prnpeted to otter to the potato ore of the
largest and Cell Waded Works that boa aser Iwo
opened In th , s dt7, comytittag 017110 01 LLL
KINDS, or Dram and School, and In dna treat Ildo
111 jean. It Wag out WWI. Owen to keep on
baud • Inv and TsTt.d eisaitstent masofeetUted by
the bed bonne In Non York rad Barton, ws inn
andideat Ilia ire ain air tidnartuata
Equal to any Easterss Houses,
And at Wars Jot o rassonabla.
CULT & LOGAN,
roe lb. prementoccaiiketig poi of Ekes
Na 19 Finn Smut.
JAIL G. J. LOGAL
rytRIORNAT ART OF
VlboompUllidte WIN '' •
at= by Prat. Aldan%
41" E Ilr .11D rE R7l I(MIll CJrT 8
F IFTH STREET, Prrrasuman, PAL
TOCITIDSD m 1810.
1310011.01.4T1CD BY LLISITLITITZ CIUSTSIZ,
Boling the only Comment!al College to the Union
woaducted by a PILAOTICAL hiIit6ORANT.
OVER 7,000 STUDENTS
Have been educated In the principles and practice of
all the details of a bneineve education from as There
Awarded four 81hor Medals 'and unction, d by the
fteciel Committe. •of the American It:ethnic end
the (-lumber of Oommorte, Bei York. Also, Doll's
0 2, perfoct epetem for each books and accounts.
Also, Dnfre UM gate= c I'
Alter the forms of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Aim
Duff% new netem of
PRIVATE DARR BOOR-KEEPING,
The only one In ll= h tho city. The above &pignut
of scoounta are an taught under the daily supervisim
of the author, and it is believed to a &grays of perk.
[lon raver attained elee•hnrn.
TWELVE FTRST PREDIITOIS
For beet Business and Onmamental Peurnonshlp,
awarded our prseont Penman, by the
United States Pair at Cincinnati
Pennsylvania State Pair ►t Wyomlng—..--....1860.
Western Pennsylvania Fair at Pittsburgh...--1860.
Western. Virginla VW at
and the Ohlerlitate Fair at C1evand......—....1802.
All of which are eihibltedat our office.
at E agg ri l emerged edition d purrs ROOK
We by Booksellers. Price $1 87.
Sha Liberia, teellmontala Indicate the character
of this work—the on'y modern one Illnetratlt g ftr•
nip and domeetto account& :
"No otorr .mk upon 13 eok-Keepin g explains the
gabled • Ilk so much dearness sod steep Idly."
E W. EDMOlia B.
°sable,. Idechenlc.' Bank. Well sterol, B. Y.
..lt `tr,• a deer lamest Into all esparto:mu ol
this relates." A. P. WitABZEL,
Cashier cf &Tenth Ward Burk, B. T.
.It contains much Important matter to the met.
chant." 0. 0 II lAMBI/LB.
Pre.[dent lienhattea Hank, N. Y.
..Tha =oat complete work of the kind I have ever
men." JAS. B. 1411:1BRAY,
Poshlent rithasme Hank, PitUborgb.
maag dear mil cr.,mprotoosiva Out 1 bays
Ent "Oa." JOHN SNYDER,
' Cashier Bank ol Pittsburgh.
"Tau have pat yam own lowa
. esporinte es a mer
chant to good use In this work.'
Merchant, Do. as Front street, N. Y
"A. en embirstre shipowner, American end MVO.
peen conchent, Bent bireomr, eta, he ha borne the
reputation ofehs highest order of Imainses Ware."
JOHM W. BIIBIIHAM,
Merchant, Mo.l South street, M. IT.
"Mr. buff Is • min cf.rare qualifications for but
arm" SUEIZI M. D. reiLos.
Merchant, Linton street, New Or/.Sal.
qtr. Daft lea marchent of the Bret reepectabillty
J. LAND:B, atersbant, New Orleans.
"I graduated In Dote College In half the thus I
expected. Ells ads liable system includes 'fettling
superfluous, nor loam out en thing cumattal."
Mahler Mama Tank, Lockport, n. T.
"The fey-redo opinions already expremed by gen
tlemen of competent authoritp ars well deterred and
properly ketowtd." °HSI:ILLS M. LEIIPP.
ROBERT If EtA,Y,
Special Commits. of Chamber of Comm •ros, N. Y.
Extract from the Minute:.
PRtroPiß M. WETMORE, Bessie y.
"Tons Committee unanimfusly amour In the spin
ion of the utility of the imptovel method of Mr.
Remolog Eeo'y of flu Aar flaw Inattate, 11: Y,
019 IYII. 11. DUFF'S
• 'perfect game of tbe penmen's art."—PMMorde
t•rheemparrarientres not only he eteelledhy the
All hte ornamental &Own are new end renurk•
I. Western Remelts - ante Pair awarded him
Ent Trait. Futuna' In ali Drenches ct the est."—
Ohio 51•14 Anosal.
fafrior P.ta particulars, send for oar elegant saw
dr:War, pp. ea, atdcb.vith sample of our Penman's
and unsamastalMug, ass matted to
thme atm latices as Its mats.
`AY P. DUFF & 80fl,
Ilir Ingelre for tbo Optima whose teanbers aster
nude $U1,64:10 aeon Ina balance iheet.
815 V =4 SUM.* BMWS,
78 NEW AND POPULAR BONGS
1011 MIS czars,
When Ibis Onto! War le Over.
Bally Around tho Mg, Hays.
Who will are tar Hotta DOW
kly Gantry, It Is of Thew.
Moths,, I've Com* Home to Dlo. •
1 have no blather now.
Tim Oar Mg is Mors.
The Dying Oeltralen. •
Lim ins hood•Nlght,Atatbor.
Whore Maly Marty time Is my o..untry.
Sind Wads can now., die.
Was ay Brother la the Battle t
Do they thak of ms at hams ?
DO they mks me at banns
Jahn broan's t mg.
Let me Mae Wm fur Ids Mother.
Il lihrth attials Ah lidthe tla met
boas one to lows.
Ito ens to iota.
of ths tbs Dtai ta D aftt LIDS star.
Oar good Ship sails to•nlght.
Kathleen Itssournean. -
And attars too nanisrato toms:alba. Mulled, post
add, on afelpl ot. 10 ants.
• MIN P. Orstikhes,
MY/ Hasa& 80. FM stmt.
1\ INANOR'S HOTEL AT AUCTION.
AU. —On "XIILIDAY svaButa October Stb, at
o'ckek, will be sold, at the Oomsterdal Sabi
boobs 6i 1111 k street, the property blown SS
Itosapes HOSekdittelo on Routh Wtreek , bet+ren
Terry and Market 'streets. The lot b forty feet
front an Fatah 'beet by eighty•firs bet deep. Us
Dotal Is a three obey trick, harbg • frost of bit,
'tramp OM, by serenty•Ouse feet insp. Bar•rocan,
aittiniprons, dintogreent and Itttoben on tbe fist
!tom The sada. wash -zoom and twenty.gre red
nobs on the stead and third 000311 NW tinder
the stabs homes. Millions wastately built, and Is
now doing a good busittsesii •
Ntass,one•ball cub Wince In ens, two and
Ouse years, with Intone; snorter by 'bond and
For particulars eitpar• of J.W.11 I. No. Bo littb
attest, or on J. B. Rumor, on the Bram tau.
DLYIB 11 mamas's& Atk-Vris.
rinoLoGioAL, *ND: 241.80 ELL A,
.a. BWye BOOMS BY CATALOGOA,' On BAT)
DBDILB lirßdille. (Mobs: aa: at 73040'alock, will
be old, mtal, on second Boor of Couimatial
Was Bouts. 64 Mb Meat, alarp stock or Rhea:
lottital and II eceßananos BMA" ardirelyntam, and
of beat Znallab and • Asetricadaditions, centyritine
eyelet maga et Ma inrattint, volt ; Anon%
rooan B l dDf k Litt dlienary, Ettiol Oyeloyek•
ia of Winton, toes gook of Martyin,
Dick's Iluoicigy, Suite's Abdo oreburok and bit.
Id Saarland, e vela /Whop Biol. Waren 3 noir,
Rieetwood'a Lint of CluittLatninneua "celebrated
Contmenteriee, Mexandeeir Hbtro .Itrulltirn Na
tion% Ufa and Speeches of Wehrle, Clarke Bum.
wee uratiou and Speedier, Snag BrogslanY Wh
et, Bahasatd.,B Warr Poetical Works ot Bonn
Boy% Bowyer. Ombra»; town roar, to. Cat
alogue are now ready far distriltution, and the
Boots can be ansintned on day atiele.*
Col imirte al iftlDWAiial, Annets,
j L l iactriltiti AM! , BINJA. lattire.
—THIS frhundel) ArTZIBOON, Oct. Ist, at
. 11 o.oaxit, wilt be WS. at •the Oocamerttel dates
BOMB, be BIM Meet. a tarp qtauktlty of Beam.
bold Seminars, cotaististas oat rowan Jean, laud
Walnut Bedstead arllte apAagbodom...Alagbi..top
Walnut d'andi Mocked Weah "Itavd; ktattopar
Bureau. large Wale= WkeS4leS, .11shogaay and
Beeeirood Bpting Boat Chides lad Becker, Parkes
render, Bedsluda, Olialre , Biddlag,'Oaneta, Blear
MatUag. Matte Olga% sad Tist ,straze ice Cheat Coot.
Ineibtona CopporiCgOo,CUPPOirdp KitallZlPlolll,
fito. Mao, Waco Zook Coe] oral Ilomotary.
oat DAM • KeLLWALIIM. &arra
Tit% Mande) r'arIAlli005.:04:1::. 114 at
o'clock, will be mold. at ta• Oammacial re•
Mom1.21o:51/1fth Ma% an• amnia Chicks:lr
Plano, 06 cauvre, Bony thatthsil roorwokl -
rani augers. -Also: one lassilyterlarnschlas
eel D & VlB cILM MB E. a ectis
.12 Ou seTORDLY 111011 11 1 110.0olmr Mut
0 dock, Fill be 6 9 11104 1 / I •Vousulatal Salts Rom*
Ei sine suntel, oae elessul lizi7 Carityp, ehlub
Cat ma, atilitalsearly art.
MII3, IMO 100 d
eel Dana A of oll.W.1111111: Auden.
A" the antrpz-t i t id oxiblo wonders of
Ar• portarized d.ho at MO an a appiustii of 03,
spiiarsis thowituti to - n 1 geitti
TBl PSNINSULALIOAMPWONIT ngonizA t
• v•ttliOD4l4l AND 80E NW ON TBE
BLSAWDB. AMR( .
• By am J. J. nits, D. D. Pike
for nie by EAT • 00.9 48 Wad strut.
CONOOIII , ,
10 g A LON,
TAILOR or HOLUM,
And all the other leading kinds, It imtarpargad eV,
where In i hi country
Parties whhlrg to port a." and who snot Vide
OUT grounds to swordue car des and vtneyardei
(whores/I the above and many other kinds skirt*
urn In fruit,) would do vett to wad for oar new
roue LIST, which will be coat} to all appllorati
J. KNOT„ , --,
BOX IES, Plttatrecriblltil'
EATON, autenun &
Nor. 17 and 19 Fifth Street,
Invite the attention of the Ladles to a trogriltloint
WIELCH THEY BANE JUST OPENED.
The .lock Ii ocatplete In every department. Mid
(boy would respectfally ask the exszoltustlost of the
Many Rich and Elegant litrigi
Got out snugly for the present sawn.
They feel =Meat they can offer impala Woos.
made to all dams of pi:mobster', he the wily of
=dente piton and en attractive etook.
Merchants and other, who buy to wsit again, wfft
be anyylled with D 7 emantlty they require—ane.
we think, la cheap as they can buy In rbliadelphia.
Jut =dud at
LANE. McABOT & LOOS,
Er 0.140 IMAM 8T31112. Aftbssty.
pIiNBIONS, BOUNTY & BACK PAY.
T, WALTZB DAT,
611H311.5.L . CLUBS lair,
N 0,4105 Pifil /X, third door Wow Go Cloahoiral.
11l wounds° Soldiers, whe have been to the milk
tan or naval ter*" are =Wield to µop Bounty
and Pension. AD Bother" who han d served two
entitled to the WS licr.
by reason of dimes% etre entlihd_ to pim..
den= Widows of Soldiers vim die sr ere Med Is
the service are 'entitled to mitt= and
Dcausty, Sc.. do.
Oaks& atoms, of every demi:AM promptly
tended to. Bo charge mode In any awe no the
money tv coned:wt. firiblyweide
pENBIONI3, BOUNTY, BACK PAY.
il. C. EdiIIERELL,
41101•0117.64Lza .64 Mks dm/.
N 0.114 rirra [Trim, pitturarge,
Willa foto to illinbatrikododjetolog anzaki.
Wm: LIOUNTM, for aa dial:urged &Mane
EOM, Tor =coda 'Moors tad &aka;
TUB oml MINORS for Wldcnn. ?whit% OW=
Clakbro, Brothers sad Stamm of taal lotarocro.
entail**, of those Ina tun dkd ths wrap% at
bon Mod altar Malmo tram dhows contradal b
111PRio 'than's main calsatvi, awl as IsSiar bb
asswand tube • stamp 6 *salami. YZRITtp , .
IMRM WANTEDA "Form of LE4
L t on any of tie reilmed line; not into CI table
from the city and not ono two mike tram a Maths.
It meat be that guaty doll, with good tudldlnp and
other Miptionionexate, and mar contain from 150 to 180
••aalar mon itt Au, pax tablas to oat
ter:Nang fad purcamer _address:tog 'I L n
L. Gammon Ofiloe, Pine bit, Pa.," dating per-
Mud= about polity of kmatlon, number tit
eons;tmerommtnta, DAMN as authlS
WANTRIEIe-161) A Morra.—We Mai
II Ifi genls at SCO mope". npsoin pad, tonsil
ant Soatasfiag Eneffs. OrisiAlltermre, and thtelaat
otier new, nwita and =law arttelso. /Moen nit
whys sant pen A.ddrew,
sal2,lwdawP MOW UTADIC. Blarbni.llll.
wittelt ths htihsat mast price Ida bop .% Itr:
N 125 woad Amt.
NMI /41Alirit. VAN GORDEN.
tt W T eNTSD-A
Ikesr CLASS .1 Boot.;,.
Wir =cm; cos wbe bas • przakal lorndtdpi
and can same well razaardadsi
address. MX. an Pew Oaks. , roffititt
A N A LYBLS.-.
/ ti l
FILICII ....1.......4950 ,e, bi — 1 1 74 --- -
. , -qw
ALmmu --OVA. ~ ~,,n . atm .
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