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Let Ws Work far a Telititi,illeJoritY.
Of the , election of Corr= Ind Anson
hardly the shadow
_of a doubt;
''latf: . thsi:Uottntry. demands at our hands
2 , llltOti.thana ?mire election. Let the major-
Ar balm airerwittantille, that a Capper
• • head Will never be heard of spin, except
in the sad =maw of the past. Let it be
such as to tua the rebels of Richmond
pale with terror, and extinguish forms
their last glimmering hope. They await
with more anxiety the result of Tuesday's
eleotim in Patuisylvanis and Ohio then
we do ourselves. They have still some
hope of the stonoess of their Democratic
• Mends, and they have openly expressed that
hope: Lit us disappoint them.
The Richmond Enquirer urged Gen. Tam,
• Abate time ages if possible, to mike another
raid, into Pennsylvania, assuring him that
_did eo, it would render the triumph
of the *Dentooraey" certain. Can there be
aniiiiitiiiker proof that Gunton W. Woon
woan is 'the standard.bearer of a party
; led by 'traitors, Qom is found in the start
. hid, that the organ of Jur. DAVIS
neges the leading General of the Rebellion
to go in with his army to aid it in achiev
ing,a vie* over the Mends of the Union.
• Sere are it, own words :
success of the Democratic party
would be no longer doubtful, should Gen.
Lee once more advance on Mamie. • • •
Let him drive Meade into Waehingtoo, and
he Till spin raise the spirits of the Dom
omits, confirm their timid, and give confi.
donee to their wavering. He will embolden
their peace party should he again cross ate
Now if any man wishes to fix upon him
! sett the indellible• infamy of treason to
. his country—if he desires the success of
this most damnable rebellion—U he wish
'Les to see the Union tors to fragments—if
It is his object to give joy to the rebels and
frith vigor to their armies, and to cause
grief, sinUne and,diseouragentat to the Bol
ding of the Union—it hewanta to protract
the war, and cause the death of thousands
more of our sons and brothers—if he loves
his party more than he lone his country, '.
Its enemies more than its Mends, slavery
more than liberty, and if he is ambitions ,
that his ohildred:shall anise him even after
be has sunk to a dishonored grove, let him
vote with what the Riehroond Acquirer
calls the- "democratic party."
Perhaps some deluded man. who shall do
so may imagine that .as B' oeirrl*ting for
Woodrisardonly voting the demo-
Matti ti c ket, as he always did. But let
him beaiontred that his vote has afar deep.
es significance. What toe CI7ETLI and
Woonwasen, as men, to the . rebels of the
Booth or to their aristocratic and imperial
sympathisers in Europe? Or what are
they to the suffering friends of the Union
In the South, or to the noble men of other
States who are battling for the Union in
Mammy and out of it? Nothing, absolute
ly nothing, but the representatives of two
great outage:dello principles, Union and
Seeesaion, Patriotism and Treason. That
alone II the inn* joined in lids mighty
eontest—a contest ea fraught with momen
tous consequences, that the anxious eyes of
the whole civilised world are turned upon
the voters of this State; far upon, what
they do next Tuesday hang; perchance, tho
life or death of the nation. Voters of
Pennsylvania, let your work on Tuesday be
sea as will call forth shouts of gladness
from the friends of the Union and of Lib
erty in America, from the Atlantic to the
Paoli(); and width shall be echoed back
from the longing, waiting, hoping strug
gling patriots of the old world ; for this is
thdr battle as much as ilia yours.
Wnienti on the Election.
This old and skim practice seems to
lune nearly died poi, either under the op.
stsitice of our laws, estrum animptored
condition of She moral -sentiment of our
sortiounities. We hoes beater °melon
4117.fsont- escdted politichuuk who 'seem
still to think that a doubtful mune is help•
ed by a wager. We don't know, however,
that there would be any objection to an ;a
nima of s gleen result. Incorporated
oompluklap tahe risks on houses, and ships,
and merobendise, lend few, and it has ap
peared lo us, that tome of the Tory fund.
dales might Wharf, indemnify them
selm against impending casualitite, by
suiltinglninsnoe sipon their own Ohallee,
bf mom" Or diecomanne. We are Wien
Ouiprisid that 'Weaves]; and Low=
"hula riot hit thaight of this. ' We have
seen than sisonsirely placarded them
. Itsl*Ws:sdesniurars kineeflot.
tor!. When'the Bond column pestling
her., Sid one of thus wadribilokr softer;
- *ld mu the ii•esillest, and the other as
Direct of a calmly In Philadelpldi, for
taking insurance an moil= ideenturcs,
iced tiverothlch couotedlll6ol2l,li its assets
•!Otis tunbunt of,, Bonds; WC
Este it maTiliitsd that they are dealing in
thssauti troy still ! not thCrefois in
ters Unit choicest- The company could
Mud to pi 7 well for 'their election, and
ceeptitt j no. doubt take L i cosoluiblo risk
spa their pollticaiforisi ' May we not
be ollorred to midis). far than
Tun nanny ;from Kansas and Western
Mood la exciting spin. The liorder fa
up /a isms to pirs , for • fre s h menace
et the rabals, and Idirtnadoka'a ratans
an sags, on - the rampage is ,:.311ssenri,
inum hook to teach the purblind 'fagot/on
wriesviide,that tharn mai be aftur all In
a tease W than 'the data and
misatioNglthiji, .agid-,Afigro &Tap,:
1 - • . •
Address, of the Onion State Ceatral
Committee. • - I
To sea . *.orez Mx or Pietterivaitte. 1--
The great political canna, Which for the
past six treks hiw.been agitating our en
tire, communikr, is rapidly driving to a
dose. It differs from alt which hare pro•
ceded it' in the fact thet the people have
folly appro.-fated their own interests in it,
and, rising in the transcendent importance
of its ,issues, hare labored with unexam
pled seal and !scam to secure a verdict
which shall attest; in emphatic tones,the
loyalty of our native Uinta to the Union of.
our fathers. • - -
This Committee hen not been idle, but
its labors would hefts been buffering if it
had not received the generous confident°
and assistance to oons4iatly ascorded to it.
The resulted our combined efforts have
secured a comparatively thorough county
and tO11112010:11111.1fiall• ' full and fair (Us
tinction of the issues by able speakers in
almost every school distriot in the State ;
the distribution of documents in English
sad German salt:tient in number to reach
nearly all the Totemic'? the.Commonwealtb,
exhibiting most clearly the sophisms and
subterfuges of the men who endeavor to
aid the rebellion, by distracting andlivid
ing numero u s numes mans eonventions of the
people, who have listened with equal hen.
edt an ddelight to distinguished onion,
statesmen,. and soldiers from our sister
States and our own; anti crowning all,
the people coming forward in their might
to do honor to a tried public servant, have
made Governor Cartin's own canvass one
grand. triumphal progress and ovation
from Erie to the Delaware. •
Theis* efforts cannot have been in nln,
and it would be idle to deny that the signs
are all propitious. Bat it would be a high
crime against God and humanity for any
loyal man, because of these eigns, to relax
a single honest effort, or fall to nee a sin
gle honest agency, to make the victory sure
In the beginning of the contest,_ the ene
mies of the government in this Blue dls
dually announced ,their principles and
their policy. They republished the address
of Judge Woodward, avowing tho right of
secession. Thor republished the pamphlet
of Bishop Hopkins, avowing.the divinity of
slavery. Upon these two principles they
have conducted their canvass. Their can
didate for governor has been charged with
announcing the corollaries of these princi.
piles many times and to different persons.
Merchants of high Blanding, eminent mem
bers of his own profession, representatives
in Congress, and even the reverend clergy,
have attested over their own signatures in
the public prints the utterance by Judge
Woodward of doctrines fatal alike to the
honor of American freemen and to the in
tegrity of the Auierlcan Union.
To these accusations, involving his opin
ions upon questiono affecting the livea, the
liberties, and the property of every citizen
of Pennsylvania, be replies to a high spir
ited people that be will announce his
views upon these subjects after the elec
tion. Judge Woodward has misread our
political history if he Imagines that he
can thus trifle with a free constituency
who are anti :led to know the opinions
of all aim who desire office before, and
not after, voters are asked to elevate them
to high places of power and responsibility:
Fortunately, however, the proof I. con
clusive, is well in regard to his own Bengt.
menus as to the sentiments of the party he
represents. The question is distinctly
presented to every voter—whether he is
for the Union or against It. If theism:le is
Intelligently comprehended, the answer
cannot be doubtful. Thp Federal arch now
spans the continent, resting on Maine and
California, and its Keystone will .prive t
Dallas so u ndand as firm as its astern,
and its western corner. ' -
In these losing .
_day. of. the ,eangeigri
ing energy,'eparinsao , effoiie to bring at.
loyal voters to the lolls, our continued de
votion to the cause, resisting all attempts
to thwart a fair expression of the popular
will, and our prayer" to /leaven.
Thus strengthened, we move forward to
the remaining days of the conflict; and
while our herein soldien in the field are
striving to end the rebellion in arms at the
South, let us strive to end the rebellion in
sympathy at the North, and thus, by our
united labors, nom a lasting triumph to
the Game of the Union and of republican
If we are actuated by th's spirit we can
notfall, for with us are the hopes of human
progress, the strength of truth and Justice,
the resistless impulsesof civilization, the
unconquerable impulses of freedom, and, if
we are worthy, the: . blessing, of Almighty
In behalf of the Union State Centre
WAIN E MaVsmon, Chairman.
Judge Ago ew.
The Supreme Conti of Pennsylvania is a
tribunal of so much importance, that ever
since it wee made subject to popular eleo-
Mon by a change in the State Constitution,
it has received the constant, watchful care
end attention of the Democratic, politicians.
Pretty much the same vigilant supervision
has kept the national Supreme Court per
petually under. the domination of pro-els.
very politicians, and affected its decisions
on all matters pertaining to the territorial
domain or the subject of slavery. limit
ing from the former, we have the Curious
fact that, although Pennsylvania has gen
stilly been opposed to the Damooratio par-,
ty since the-principle of an'eleetive Judi
dory was introduced, this. Court continues
to be composed of -four Democrats and one
This Jelin& eare of the pioalavery"pol
!Wane for this Court renders it peculiarly
imprtant that the Union men should be
wide awake to the ef electing
Governor Curtin and judge Agnew st the
present time. If Woodward- should be
elected Governs; he resigns his judgeship,
and lie the vacancy by on appointment
of ids own
_stripe. -If he eltouU 'not be
elected Governor, he does not re sign his
judgeship. If • Judge
,Agnew. should be
elected to the Supreme bench,' vs aluillthen
have in that Court two Itepublthans out.of
the five'Judith, and Otkint, 'mi.
neatly right minded man, who will end/
Lute a Weaned power to prevent ultra
By this arrangement the Court . ' will be so
constituted aa to prevent any chance of
harness in the consideration of questions
tending on the domain, of politics. :There
will be on the bench two'Repnblicans, two
Democrats and an independent`War Demo
crat; - thoroughly stational in his views.
Impartial decisions would then , be petty
sure to emanate front such a " tribunak and
the people of the Conunottwealth would en
tertain a respect for it which under (mkt
ing olconmstances seems almostinipossible.
We, therefore., earnestly urge upon citizens,
witbout l distinctkin of party, to vote for
the Union candidata for Judge, Timid Ag
new, Mid Siva him • hearty support.
Comatzo io Szto Rant Cams:—The
Rochester Democrat spitsot . thr *noir
Tharin-I-Tanoey's old 10srpartner- T is an
Alabaudii Manisa alto dame North and was
converted to thaarobelcattle by the leaders
of t3i7mour Demscraorballs, Iforlt." -
hood - itelrepoPer Itiorifiti "bnowrtalf
kloUoto, This a littlo(thOusb not
• • •
Judge Woodward and the Soldiers.
Judge Woodward twice decided against
the - constitutional right of the soldier
voting. Eine.monties before the decision
of - the-Philadelphht ease, he gave Us deci.
elan in favor of his.pereonal end political
friend E. B. Chase as Proseenting Atter ,
ney of Lucerne county. Dining the war
Of-1812 against Great Britain, our Legis
lature passed the firet not allowing soldiers
to vote when in. actual service.', The re
vised Election Act of Jane, 1889, merely
copied the old set on this subject. The
Pennsylvania troope in Mexico, in 1847,
voted for Governor, and Perhaps localeick
ets. These votes were not received in time
to be officially counted, except in the deo
tion of Governor. ,
In 14391 the Army of the Potomac voted,
and the acceptance or rejection of their
votes led to contests in the Legislature for
seats from the counties of - Adam; Laverne
and Philadelphia.. Six seats in tee Rouse
of Representatives depended upon this
question. In all these oases the decision
of the House was in favor of the constitu
tionality of the army vote. The act of
1889 leaves the whole responsibility of de
ciding contested seats upon the' committee
chosen by lot. Not less than ten , of the
leading lawyers of Pennsyliania argued
these cases before the committees. These
six committees Wanda most of the law
yers in the House, and the reports of the
whatnot them sere in favor of the condi
tutionality of the act, allowing soldiers to
In Luzern° county, Chase, the defeated
Democratio candidate, and his suocesefel
competitor, made a stated case, waiving
everything else to test the constitutionality
of the soldier's vole. The President Judge
of that District, J. N. Conyingham, ark old
and able lawyer, and a Democrat, too, gave
an exceedingly elaborate opinion, sustain
ing the constitutionality of the act of 1889.
Lawyeho have loolred into this goes
lion f , know that it one of those
nicely balanced questions which occasion
ally arise where the underlying sentiments
of the Judge carries off his judgment. We
have no doubt snob was the case with
Messrs. Lowrie and Woodward in this de
cision. George W. Woodward delivered
the opinion on the 224 of May, 1882, which
may be found in sth Wright, page 402,
The ease of Thompson vs. Ewing, from
Philadelphia, was held over so as to give
the Democratic, Sheriff of Philadelphia the
proceeds of that office for more than a year.
The Pittsburgh Commercial wishes to know
from Messrs. Woodward and Lowrie why,
having the Republican Prosecuting Attor
ney of Lucerne county, they permitted
Ewing, the Democratic Sheriff of Philadel
phia to hold on for nearly another year.
It directly charges that this constitutional
question is so equally balanced that nothing
but the hostility of the Judges to the sol
diers could ever have induced them to de
cide It as they did. Messrs. Lowrie and
Woodward's wishesand not their judgments
dictated the exclusion of the seater , ' vote.
Criticisms of the English Press on the
President's Letter to the Sprang.
• field Convention.
The London papers are discussing the
political and literary merits of the Preal
dent's letter to the Springfield Convention.
The Anus greeds to find it grossly ince*.
Blatant in Its views with those expressed
in his former letters and messages, and
says he never had a policy unless it be
that which he described in the wisest of all
his homely sayings as a resolution to "keep
pegging away." it then quotes his para
graph about "Uncle Sam's web feet," and
says: ' , low any man is his sober senses
could have sat detern to compose such •
rhapsody as this, or, having composed it,
could have read it over with gravity, and
ordered-it to be printed, passes our compre
hension: , 'lt is something between • proph
id:in'orabulai response, with a dash
'tee slang and terms of expression
reminds us alternitely of Galan, of
leolisieht utterances of the Maori
and of schoolboy translations of
choruses in Greek tragedians."
)2ily News, on the other hand, soya
t letter confirm' its faith in "tae
colas the conduct of the war, and
idication of the Washington Cabl
e master-Tim of cogent argument.
tppeal to the spirit of the notion ' it
Luse in the dignified simplicity of its
Jim. No nobler State paper was
ever penned. It lathe manifesto of a truly
great man in an exigency of almost une
qualed moment. It is worthy of • Crom
well or • Washington. It breathes the
calm heroism of a true patriot—trusting
in the blessings of God upon dauntless ex
ertions in a just cause. It Is the utterance
of a statesman who has nothing to conceal
—of &rule:guiltless of eppreselon—of the
genius that consists in tr sparent honesty
and utillinching resoluti o n. Addressed to
friends and neighbors, ,
opponents, it is open to ali the world to read.
It really challenges the judgment of cotem
pantry civilization, though it contains
scarce a hint of any country but the Uni
The Atlantic Telegraph.
The shareholders of the Atlantis, Tele
graph Company mat at the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Mr.
Peter Cooper presiding, and .1. A. Stevens
acting aa secretary, and many New York
prominent merchants being present.
Mr. Cooper, in taking the chair, stated
the object of the meeting, which was to
'enable Mr. Cyns W. Field to make &state
resat relative to the present prospects of
Mr. Field then teak the floor, and after s
tew introductory, remarks, entered. upon
his subject by torturing the efforts of the
committee, who-during five years had left
no experiment untried to test the cable,
and submittedletters as to the pestiticabUlty
of submerging s cable across the Atlantic
ocean, and as to its permanence when laid.
Mr. Field exhibited a specimen of the
cable which the company propose to lay.
It wee about one inch 'thickness,, and
win nude by . Glass, Elliot & Co., of Lou.
don. This firm, has successfully menu
featured and laid thirty.one submarine
cable'. The longest is that which runs
from Melia to Alexsadils,. a distance of
I,63s'mlies and a depth of 420 fathoms.
The table proposed to be laidWiU sustain
eleven miles of its own Weight in water,
and has been subjected to the severest Wet
so far as ite sustaining power is concerned.
another Witness against ultimate
ham.•Espilolt Testimony as So his
Burgeon J. B. Weld, of the army, has
written a lettar to the Cincinnati Comma ,
ciat, detailing a eenrereation respecting
Vallandlgham ,between hseLt and the
rebel'Col. Webb, of the filet Alabama see.
lent, on the occselon of the capture of the
latter after he Lid been mortally.wounded
-Col. Webb having received Vallandigham
on the threshold Of. Dixie whin he was ez
iled;-. Among other assertions-which the
rebel officer ret s as having been made
by the eopparhe c andidate for inborn.-
halal honors is : That the South did
notpurette the right policy; that baked of ,
allowing the North_ Ao invade Kentucky
and Tennessee, and;Making the battlefield.
in said States, they should transfer the bat
tletields to Ohio and *llan., and that if
they did so, a. etrong party would declare
*Aber favor and the. Administration
would.be compelled to recognhe the Inds.
pendence of the South.
AT $ recent 0 01 Tention had in
Outiege, Ohio, one of the banners carried
in the procession, proclaimed - e.• unsnarl)
Itrousain 311AJOipxx, for ~.T.ohn Brough.
Another banner bow 'the f 011017128
Th.,* old ' 1 413i -tee State will paver forsake
"broirl•brbe eproiebtion the Star.
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on SATURDAY. Oct. 1004 at T o'clock p. m. At.
dowses ',CU tic dolbraro4 by U. O. DADKIILL.
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10 1 ./1 UNION MEETING mill take
plant at LIBRARY, Encodes tp., en. MOB.
DAY INARDIG, at 7 ceolcat. Addraturvill be
delimit Dp OoL .310. R. OLLIIR. R. O. CHILDS
and A. At. BROWN. tee
IC - A UNION DEBATING will take
plan at TJUISISTOK, on 1103Dklt SVEN.
IS% at 7 o'clock. &Wean min to Moored by
TROll4By. wausoaid, mt. o. NOBS LAND,
a. O. 1408111/1.1,, En., and J. LUDWIO
lIJOITFRN, Ta g ea/
IWA UNION hISETING ',Mho held
It ItIIOIICLLII SILL. CarWel fp.. on
8/LTI7BDAY, Oot. 10th, al 1 o'clock p. a. The fcl.
Infos speakers will he prto:nt I Col. TEIO9, 113.
DINE, T.J. BICH US, Pao, and L. P. STOMP,
10•41 UMON MEETING will be had
at PAUORTT'S LUMBER YARD, MD ti.;
on SATURDAY II 41011160, at 7 o'clock. A Bran
EWA arlll be la attendance. [karma! wM be (la
thered be. Hen .I. E. 1100DRIAD, Dr. GORB6III
.1170000 R. and WW n WORMbAND. i.. era
IWA UNION AIEBTII , IG will be held
at Ma 801100 L BODE, lionozgatala Bar
anti, on El tillttD&Y, Co:10tb, at ? o'clock D. va.
Addrialin trill be datharai by Boa. J. K. KOOS.
HELD, J. m. stinuaTatos, Esq., and Bon. J.
1A UNION BALLY AT EVEIt•
0881521.—Ttu re win be a Grand Bally at
Tratra man at the 11011 COL Et 0171911, at Stergstea
tilth'et. Bra tawnsh!P,attakTOlLD&T "VIM ISO,
Gather tOth, at ?Wank. Addreres by 808 altT
WOODS, Lg., T.lll. BOWS, and OVA. BB I.
171;?Ii LI UTI ON TIOZETti—The
UNION COMM ara now Ludy for dis
t/Matta, altt aao ba. bzet 17 callus as Kr. T. &
Dian% at Co MOB CLUB BOONS, WlLklaa
tun. lova strait. our Ur Igartar's Otßra.
Uy arlt. tlta ZIECOTITS COB BITTBM.
.EttlilUN COMMITTEE ON MEET
-- • MID Sint/SLIM
nom a. Worm IT.O triciszte,
dram t Blowy, J. G. Barcurs,
P. fountes. Jr.
See Ocumdt. err parte IVEBY DLL et $ Oda&
p. ts. to WlLLtlie BALLottitaa err mamma
WO be made far carettop end speakers. Portal for
ewe Iso Pa Po procured at Om ball. an
ALLEGHENY MOH MEN WIDE
AWAKE TO THE RESDUB.
Ito VIGILANOI Of/UNITS= of Alleittiny
Otty have areal to tom •
GRAND TORCH-LIGHT PROCESSION
Monday Evening, Oct. 121 h.
AU Uoloa mui ars ontUaU7 lovikd to tura no
The folloartog effort hays Indus arpolutEd
Camp Ifsiani&—BELLt B. BEU3OT.
anirnarra—Tint Ware, 0. 0. Pauwj; eecond
Warr, &an: Lea; Third Warr, Mt Predict, U
Werdadi tdrd Ward. &toad Freda* (I. 0.
Prank "anti Wart tint Prod:lat. Jowl KT'
aasi Wand Ws/3.6mnd RUM lam.
Was 4 Veletalicnt will seed their cwn itanhatti
cni o•mntrate as Ibltowimaringprees:lfas ISM
The Pint Ward Delegation irM moat at !buffalo:el
Homo; sod taunt op to Loam& to Mad, wham
they will no Mad by the Fourth Wall Delododoo.
/Gantt Ward Dalwinstene will meet it MO
@pectin pore, and march down 1.460Xit to Federal:
shore thaw will pia harm! Ward Deligatlen sad
town% up /Wool to aaynnot Fitt to Oblo•
The Fecond and Third Woes will meet at !Lair
nalFootlin Potty sod starch to the owner of Federal
and Font devntiond alms down tidied street
ti Strawberry • red; dm ne Fan to Pitt attest, and
dawn to Oh% when dm weeds PrCCONmi, the
direction of Ma Clnef Marshal. ill/ modal to to
corner oftido strut and Kist Common,. Ward Ms.
gdlono will select ttoto lr eon Mamba% and mere at
Welcak Frigidly thn pandit taatentritlin.
DOUR OP PIWOISSION
Up Obto to Mama, &mu tlitonut to Zan; em
Male to Itaioock: down Ltiaock to Gary; Ootry
to Muixpt Atootut tbarop to Baton op Homer to
nowt dd. of the Emit Oatotooos,an4 Stmt. out
to rut Clontototo, and tooth to üblo gnat: ,
• Othrt Dtletatlati will Do asslgned &mut , / lb*
Mild Umbel oelnd
A QBAND MU3 UNION CONIMTIONIrIII
AT JOHNSTOWN, PA.,
SATURDAY. October lOtts• /863.
The - Loyal Venda a ALLIGHLFT .0017; 12 1r
as cordially inrltol to Ni rasa.
A TRAIN OF,TWENTI CAIIIB
win lautthe Depot ot tha Ponesiltanin &Waal
Companh on SATUBDAT nouns% an $ lenbxk
mons*, stopp.ns at all prtncapal stathro, isrDelt.
gat!oss—enuunteg the laninionsaing, Isinhe Intim
TICICE - Tie - 161:64 CENT!
Tip tls Soand.RNp, to bit bad at WElta's
. TDB PUOMBION vrM stall ft
OE4 at TM cAbck—vithXciliand tows.
..;e: 2 , or !monism
golf. 88SBWOOA, of T,e!gni.
Ltd other4lstltyintsbad W rsia Wt .
Oannr l ol4. - ;
:soriiii• or aiimitmis °omit:rim. ••
.9*,4 - • ••• • - ' ••••••
1 givilooilittrkA AD MI neetiretang tat
vial leis plies Mb evening al
WILKIHS HALL, AT 7 O'CLOCK.
PROF. JOSIAH COHEN
of the Hite ev Echos!, who so tby niltesed the
people et Wilkins Hall hal Taiszby mobs, will
spat an thie °mien.
A DBAeS B SAID wlp be to etbsessne oaf
44 PIT? TO
001 D. B Borth,
Thal D Young,
W 0 Lail-,
Joo s Dreher;
Joel Brave -
W B Beason,
N P Dearer,
Co! John Loin.
W 11 Brown,
II P Edo,
• J Doyle,
Bella 0.119 th, .
W B Erman
•Jaitta 0 dray,
Henry Jo hn,,
ir Li Baton.
W I Gardner,
John P Barton,
Dartd 1 opten,
id A Heron.
t-at the poll, on TIES
b, et oth o'clock. Pent
11 0 Mum Jr,
W. 13. D:tftf,
Wm II aortaly.
J A I,l4llmmgo,
The Committee wl 1 ma
DAT Mt RAMS% the 13
Mud Mindanao to man
The otelmitinett hftvlor beau 1PP1. 4
MET HADAR of the ALLEGHENY 0.70 N Y
DELEGATION, to the
TO HE HELD AT
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10iii, 1868,
hu designated the Moving gindlamest al AILS:
N. b 1100EHII&D,
JOHN LOYD, (Pin* Cronl4)
BZNJ/111121 W. NOBGAV,
JAIIIIS lrocOMß9, (ftti Ward.)
OHN N H.
oD O OI N ALD, (Allegheny,)
The abort rutin:nen, and an pains denittng to
stoomploy the Delegation; will mat at
At 7 1-2 o'oknk tills morning.
TRAINS .111 dart Loa the DUO I' at II o'clock
A. IL, precisely.
JOHN P. GLASS,
OW Math at.
A PPLES.-25 barrels for sale by
A& GOO Hisnery &I 4101.4kgra.
POT OLAY.-50 barrels Et Lotus
oar. Brantlt O. COLLINS.
CtRUDE OIL.-125 barrels to mita
la sad kw sate by
ORME BUTTER in tubs just re+
tolved. WIBB 6 WILHIIitLiS.
cola 1117 Libarty
NO. 1 WINTER LARD OIL.-8 bbls
to arrive bs BOLL Nal see
oeS ILASIAII !!
DIMS at M.
TALLOW . OII..-12 bblo to strive by,
et' • 18 tall DUMMY b 0
ITALIAN ?JACO/1110Ni and VERMI
MILLI. dreamt 'topmastlos, Jot real. Would
e r r rats try
terser Liberty sod HAW streets
WAN —ALLIGH BB Y OWN Y
//Yr mit our. oomencness sONDB.
WI. B. WILLIAMS i 09.
nbu 43118E5111.-75 boxes small "Eng•
Ileb ] .toten," Wigton Beano and uommon, Wr
sib tb obis COZLOVIDItiII.
WllllB • WILKINSON,
0610 SIT Moms et.
013.111188.-200 boxes Prime W. E.
to .Lsrp Ltantrark W.B.
In stem and for ale by
IMO is WILEINEIO:
oclo ET Liberty
JEfitlfir SWEET POTATOEE-40
barrels fades Aunt Potatoes Jest netted hem
t littedejptle, and lat 7 the tenet at st ntaii
at the nails Chewy 131:re et
. . . .
JOHN A. lIHNEHAW.
corner Liberty end Head isresta.
DRAM JAVA ODEPHES.-15 beg, Old
JI. lharvioant Java Mho Jut recafiraO. Also,
vim ell Ma, Lama and Mocha WM, for oaloky
wow Llb.rty sod Hold strasia.
(10:111BN ORKESSI.—Aohoice let just
realiTid. ald WWI= Sagltab Ohms.
Piss Asp* ud asp ago, for sib at the Nanny
Grocery Sian of
JOHN A. BXISIMAi
pane Liberty and Rand strta
eiHMV PRNBSYLVANLe4 AV&
NUB PROPLUSI SOS 4LLLEL—A so RIZ=
4.lrolllng Holm of Will, bar rooms, Laudon u 4
cola. Lot YO toot frost by 100 deo. apply to
0. (10TH.DIVII a 1506 e.
(010 61 Mown et.
Nu 60 BAST C1N24610/d 808
—lO Int mat by 110 dory tom' allry. • con.
badge two-Mary trams IwouHag Boum of La,
pasta, dbang rem. 11:1101013m *attar, bur c loo, e o n,
8. I.lolllBiilit i /.088,
51 Nubs it.
D EIIIOVAL,—We have thia day taken
JLIU peso melon or the Mace lately oesupled Weer
a uume, HaliD ataillt, al which place en vlll
M iterl to fee car him%
',TVA / • OHORPIIW IRG.
duller 15t.13‘3. maw
I.Ih2ILTON UN FR4OTEIRIOI , ..
;ANEW DLIVWN -,Sraionom.T.ANAtlai
On ifttsoTOßlS ADD DiLlL.Uth&TlOsse. Di
!rink Hantogi Hamilton, A. il., M. D. derma&
salmon. narked an* maptotet.lastratott with
tm bandted and atatit! Imo sod cam. Oita vol
ume aro. Ka MOO.
oaaas Waal and.
TTOBSB, BUGSTABD FARNESS.*
JJL 114TOBDal IivISILOO, Oat lOa st 10
u ut.ok u lOU be sold al en 00301.11011 IWO SW:qui,
01 /Max strot, au Baird Stun, • tetra 014. plum
NW, ger" lad • good 01/214 how. Alio, wt
'liaising/law and ktursaul.
.0) D/11101 MAXIMMEIII. Amin%
O L TIMAIGLI—Brom iho . ieaidaaoene .
of the suticrtber. war ILiaghlin'a Fan
sace;a sells, vluta Ooot, about Mr heats oht
ally meta owtnaolhaarbababoits irill ha Mara*,
rebatdat by having vadat Ull hottaga
mostaz a tat Labithhali
PUB : BAIA: •
Iwo 11001041 15(D Wain & •
oas is tactquana r a am era,
roar to, Ot an and very sted.
Chao tor cub. IL C. tat" mar lb& %ANL
46 ne4u „ MOTEINIi t PVE" OtIMP
a.. BO= TO DLL^
unitinire TAJZITINO at. lid: moos..
Tv* bimetal 'mud buddy' Whits: itithbthy
that dap sheath hoe thins. Mt. Id oats ono.
est OH AA O. EILLOT. St Whoa is.
1 7 0 SALT AI —Abotti
cco potiava in , Tyra =TAG .
nz.inUateacco s of
vanD3llll ruizsD a commie. ceirms.:
Nog. aati T 4 111f111 street.
aisa AAD boOa IfibrOlit a
uszassozi Bum* ow g.%; Eanklql#42lrick••
tufa. Doom maim.
XbilLnlelol tad•UNIIL illtUrrig4 br
Maw abet tonstastls ea band. .'isakitser;
ORIiVED THIS ilAY, —_..
'.. -.: •
' 1 OR lod ' w t Nediackeiert
IN Una, onkel: - . -, •
- . IF bordolhnos Fositour 1 , 5 - , . •
-; - • Limas. .dio, - - Auk , i' . " : -
. , a
s4= k4 sitib
-', Inolloodulo For
.;i0 -- , . .... ... - •:, sat wvagra%
,a , _ ..
p, 11:1W 11114 ri I
0 El DNANTE' OFFICE,
fIEAIND PHOPOSATitt will be reotired at this
ally, net& p m e ta the 23:h of h• current month
of 4 etoler. het if 0001 sets of !oft: wry west tte.
meet.. calibre 1 61. to be Mitered In Ike foliating
on.o•lthe, at tee andernamed arsenals, vial
70,C03 sus st thl N T. drowns% Govoreent Island
r0.(00 Frankfort Arreesißridesbarg P..
tattke. tt Allegheny ATUZIe, P14 4 0/11 . 34NP , .
te1.00 3 it. Irrzty drifted. Et Lout& Ifo.
10.10) .• rf & Armor,. Sprit:Add& Mem
three a=ntratitmt not axe to . be ne a
e In atrial con
formltt With the mutation Patterns. which t in b.
woo at et her of the short named wasenaht sod
lb.; ate to be InhJect to !tepee Iwo s the Withal
whore dolly:rod. before befog recalredfor the Goy.
erne:tett; tot. tab, sanded or pill for lot 'nth s•
toe epprow.d oo iftspection. The belts to Deaf rained
bp, sod aft the stook. to be the bet oak tanned.
The stoat:lr tilt will be forieded in the eft.
Dellecies rand It made td lota of not irzi than
1 .f.00 bets tat west for Mein' ruts Of 10.000 beta or
under: and tot left than 2.000 sail Per week on all
coatreers for over 10 tte) eels. the drat delivery to
b. wade within Arisen days eels;
dale of content
rouges todallverst a tpetitsol time will enbitot tae
con.la tor to a forfelthis of the assonnt to be dells.
ened at Meat time. The a contrazoents toast be b:z
tri In the met manner; the bower to be charged at
ow. to be deterailse/ by the tafrotor.
I.l..Vers will stets explidtly 'the erring orinerud,
wkly. thew prapoet. to doLver. and the dumber ert
eat en s thee room to deliver at ea .b place , if for mote
Ho bide .1 - t be erceldored from pamice otbor than
regular mane aotaren of the article. and suet as Ire'
Mown to the Department to be folly competent to
esteem in tbefr own stops, the work p-opried for
Each party obtaining • contract oil be :that/0d to
miter into bonds, with sypterol sulfites, for Its
Tio Department reserves to Dealt the right to re
Jett any or all bide, Dolt doomed gatilfactory.
Propouili will be addreeesd to ' , Brigadier Gemara
George D. Dames', Chief of Ordnance. WashiseLai
and will be endowed ••Propwali for inforial7lltrott•
tramway." D. BAlitil&.
oclo cLood Brig Goo.. of anigaggs.
SECOND }UN D PIANUB.
A 6 Oct. Roserro A CM", Boned
nava, Iron harm A vary gooo twirl:4ln
animal:it; made by Obickartng
& 6 at. Mahogany Ca" riZtE4..COiIiIAA;
made oy Chlektring. A gwd Plano that
will wear . 140.00
A 0 . O ct. Mithegany Oam, Plower Corners;
med. by 61.1bart....—....
A 0 Oct Mahogany Ono, tquara oAzerr; -
laid, by bru,y A ono.
A 0 Oct. army Ow ,*hgroaa Ilo — rnatt;
mute by ..ohiclortng ' 70.00
A 6 lert. Ifa!nnt• Cu., Bound &rum; Oar:
man mods 60.00,
& 6 bct. Walnut Ono; German .---.. 40 00
For sale by 0 LEAP. 0. ME LLOV, 81 Wood at
New Mom from 8/15 fa POO.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
?moue waiting anything la our liar ot bastion,
will And that thq tau lap =Mg by p.c.b.so k i
BOOTS AND 3110E9
WELL SELECTED STOOK,
Oam➢rking eversildni In the Aare of
Wig* re Ere roll'ug at Tim low prle.-11.
0111117 Mar chats trill find It loa Moir 'dining
to giro • a
•1, d S. BOBLESD,
N0..93 litaskst et ,24 dear from 6t h it
pular'. • ors
COMM rum AHD !LAMM MEM,
Cid and &I !dodo. au Ettildaddoa's hrtistri State,
PEOTORELAMIB, at atm tin aad sty% igr.yi at.
ea:cred, from the popular Carte tls IrtilVa to Came
and Lit. G 1...
FO3NIAS9II ve.:l4 tha
button of th. mom 412.1211111.111 to the eeq owqk .
tdltty of toll ettablif Mint, balm roomsbod by • da.'
air Pixel ■ODnaty and unebottoa
-, airftlfusrueTte '
7 1 1 111rPtiterriaIlintTrilifirerto
hem between Wm utie.regind;tutder tbs able
and &rim of HILL. MAIM= Ck/,llsa,.thli die:
hem sontultreiliabrea. - „T808.M144 led AMOS
LIM/ Ird birlins.porclused the Intern?. a BOWEN
NeOLUEE., the Meatus et di Welt= WU be HI.
144 oP by klikte et LEW/8:
Pittsburgh, re.. Ttb, 111'2.AMOS
HILL 1G LEWIS, "occasion to HILL,
loOLIJU11•00., or:atoms to manufacture
at tnalr md stood, corset of grant and normal eta.
crated Egad ate, tattle tett mama, all and.
doe of psalm', Watt for dabbing ba dr
each at dash T i
ams, Shatters. laradbit,
Beare, dm Builders and scow contamphltha bad.
log. are Invited to 411 autruonfna cur lurk.
alldhrd RILL lEdisrld.
MI idyls', pricrs, titer nil ointla.
The Cheapest and Best in the City,
EC IT T ' fa;
MASONIC HALL, FIFTH ST.
UUD ,• hu ' I liu W.
BZSTOB DI JmppnbUihed, seilWaw
rags. Prism, Elz Oafs. A Lorton on the Eaton
Teutons' sad Radial Cup or Epormoton beta. or
13doloid. Wotkatas, larolnohty motottans, mania
Daddy. sod, bopottattato to atstrlattl gatetall;
11 41. 4 biro.
tat sod ,Ptigtosl lutgrodtr. from lilt..
Adam do.. by Baer . .. COZTERVZSZ , prlbor
of the Rasa Boob. as.. "A ikon b tkaisuuls Cl
Marino; nor otter stalli In . . plea earolopo, to
any *WON ptut•plid, on rocolpt of costa or two
stomps, by Dd. CC. J. Q. COWL
!Bowery. Now lord, Pelt Odlco Bra ego..
11 HAL ESTATE FOR' HALE.—The
./LTY underdipsed.otters for isle. a imp delta!,
; pleas of land, containhut 183 eons, nearly, &total
okilaktoln township. It taunts on; the tninenfuti.
rod an sae Oda' and one Me oaths Vanbethtown
road. It fa put of the Whit* Hall Vona. Shia let
has a haw erected on it, and an 'crate of apple
and amp trees. Wising fault. _Uhl lot will bs .oht
en seconnunaring tarots. If not oalittelhre Wean
of January. It will to for rant.
Tor (unbar patio:Won looks at WHIM ELM.
or the soto:riter, In Bowdon toamhfpp.,
satioWdoinot' I:4WD RICOS.
AM E L. Y.NUIitiEEM—ROSEB
WADI AND OItNAITEIMAL 21113%
luttild. VIBES 11113 d Eviinciazzaa; W IL LO W;
(taker ard the oraameatal cw-Jrnorr TIM
and littbadent ti , Atr, ail tit . quality and ut:.
Hoy. BoUaHOM . coma, sad Rom rni
ROOM at taibit• ptiorof VS bradral. at.
Pend bet» pentad thav, sad all other Nam*
old* bat and at retlamat. Wes, la order
!to alai* oat dentog thapotsmtroll rod mit Open.
;nabs .. 0 &AMY: DiAsatted al.
or, T. A. imams,
girstureawr tn tM oriour.
NO/14Er—;Whareas letters of stain.
to trillion to tbb orate of artaelptatitoos. er•i,
itacastaa, tats at Eaardon tp ,Taro - ban granted to
tko tabactiboro, all omen toatetoe to said *tats
aro totratated to male imandlatopilmentwond iMs
Wang Valour agatait the ' will protant tam
pats aotesouottoo to
yr. Dketi) tem:sort.
•-• . vowel. eats totataahlr,
• • smart: DOSSIDSOrk •
oat 0.61, . . - Itamtdos tawashlr.
'FRB PARTNRESIIIP. heretofore 'oz.
Who iniatethe nage ityle JOBR.I3IIa.
71111 a Cu .is thts dey Waived by mils&
of Me ihe hie fins viil Wwtthtb t.
sq. H. JOhlr. Mete clad! lizatoiho4:oll s l 4llog.
tied aid reanazetbh fey ' - -
Litgrieda -7 - • O. t4111*±111; '
W. B. JO IZO. _
Pilihnekh. Oct. lith • - - •
A LLEGHENIr AVARIIIt- . .411,:per.
ze. was hiteniudimi ears* iwan.suist no cm!
datstsatd, viswits spixdstol to taw and sans too
Otatatts sad tatidtssolsioshoat the pmasett opta.
Ing . of At'sgbooy Attnati - trota te, Utah flu at
IMP "not to -Wood igoo. VW mint ca Naito. of
sold strast.ke tlissoopisasot,thstr jappototailati
auuatriwanaa.ir-18631,14 °Woes PAIL.
oollOw : — .JANllSLatusurr. - • - -
nu. LtobritirtitiAlUti, Zatupitl •
- DBOPBtor 11111111148;-_._
HAM! matmoLnkautost - •
ltliq AL LXII'S Rata IMITOII2B azgl
, girLOBALUX9I:4 •`• •
Ala Milli ir by pontrea at _ _
.I.s4tiatrt Room Al tit.-
EOO luxes tr. 8.....
I,CO bats Hastbanet
414 Wu* Kaglbakaaritr, .1 - •
. I 00 Inny's II 11ek12 . 4,11114. sein
bloo _ anstsid,
2FQ • a /iX m t g. ; - -
so i la sit
ki din inahriiir "7,
'lAA=Fara, October 7.1561.
oar a dailizloa. to OLTIT'3. L...agred was, ss
awls ates. CbtbirYn, irkozipallol by yam% SO
rewired rata, 15 obis. -
The largest, meat etmli late sad only althea*, Mt.
toy ot the Geret BetleMtm essi deireteit on as
roman • perfect taktactipt of ow/ Snag d igorr•
twos Dom Tin IIR T DIMID Sine /I AT
au xPTxa DOWN TO UN OAP/D3Z9117/4p13.
This it the nine COLOSSAL PICTURE Olt MIN
WAS that itu =Mated in Sideburn in JszaGg
aed gane eats natireassi sailefeaton to waded
and delighted andinciat tor throe coxswain alibi
and the same area rhich trated its .donut m this
city alto graced ite **mance ln Oleireland t Alada•
nett, lAulailla Lads Chicago, Dallatare e
Weablegta ana Peiledelphia, the mat • maacina
ale acne beat loselltclans to accommo.
date the inexterse Weep who docked to iellanalt.
Darin the months ot duly end Ansa, Wit Pio._
axe was pieced la to ads of the teemed Anita
nada whose napkin it was originalkygreduadAnd
Mee weeks their sui ted
mingles Ina bestowed.
in launching the &tam mai =mutat' new scene
of abating extents, Jan sane het bemai=
n alsdadOied Mande forth_ aL iniehtase
Maria its patinebeen .The_ Mama saccas
and tinpaidteintegotatinn antral WSW.
has painting, bayed , into she gal a hnactilitithre
able Inatome. latch have nail entartend to
nava top the pada War. Tette/ate larlitiand
utterly Mikan the polo and ppasits, with one m.
road. ana pentannad GOODWIN A Oa d POLY°.
RAW& °LUIS -WASUNNITALLeD , 1111111:1N.
A P.PBOatillaßLG. - ,Nite exhibition la nowitellar
the entaive acectket and =Gni of /gr. HUMS
D who ocoliltoir uglier at soh
exhibition and' 'deliver an. NLABONATI 111/5..
TORICAL LICOIDBIO, the rendittar.ot . wide*"
in the Extedpel Odes of the -United. Bane,
be, exteseed the unguliged epprobadn of the ea.
Gni Waite Sir. Ga. D. - fres:UN el the Lexisenie
1010941, lu commenting upon this Lames evaded
togs. aomeas 00 proud was cribs NOST filltraD
NLOGI 7 / 1 0NLOT Or THI.DAY. rut hither to
acne • It. .attest.innese a this Megan Ind 1W
lined gaintainmad. - lira BEMIS IitisLIBBT, the
eminent Contralto Wallin, will booodimiatar.b.
=Allmon a natty of penitent! spandste sex" -
balledeatc ,many of them atilt= apneas to MA.
tam Gamine detplyexcitlngecenese 2'ati Gummi
a mkt, are Utue Imelda to um p Iths amend
the lanes a A1t1151713 SXCIELL OD, LL illalo
OBASOItY, AND ILEVINED NMI% will
seated with en entestaltimait 'which stands
edly WITHOUT A DIV aL - 171 IND WuBLD.
• MBAS& 2$ cents; Children nada tau, 15 testa
Doan spat at 7—comatince at T3ioNiscit, GILUID
ELLTINISICA WEDStNeDAY AND DITUNDAT
A ITEBACONS, at $ o'clock, whin &Wm *Mb&
adzeo.s.l toe 10 mats each.
Rums amour; nuner;- 2 :
O. AMORY DIMON, Agent. • oe•DrA
OATALOODE SALE OF OftOIOS
BOOKS —an aLTIMIDAY ZULUS% Oslo.
ter lon, eir3i Wendt, vet te sold for analsilsata
the seared Sloss of tb Canner:Ll Bales licents, fd
HUM strut, a. Mew . 14 42011211. itteallassoas
Hooks,c en an trecing the stain fold of Jrnallia sad
amest Wessman, allot the bestaitiloaso aline
excellent ocndstlan...fte WIWI= Is testa =dn.
Wass as atiglnal Abbotrord alltba el 20 Ws
noselr, asud Butes worn, vela; lanstiMa
Mean a d On :Sulu, ro'24 Xederna s Pretest:
NM a Was lintefgee's maks, Inith's Wealfrof
Nations. Weennirs Ifeaeln, 2 eclat - Steacat
Malted States, 2 eels.. wino; Ckddtallifsmarkisil.
vols.;='s Innellsny, 4 :Med dicrpelOes•
srosta 4 vols.; anellara wake. edited
r ' lise !telly; Taattents lirildepri B isisd - -
Lange, Taao, Jenne' Henn onalltarrrdat Hasa ,
ler and Wets' Petalcatkas, Inaitclors Ihnsfly:22^.
weer, Onfasselonat Webs and tinfenan.4
Wale Ita's Clabis6-11•0114 Posiel'a Vtltanal
tamt edit Hydsopstlde rem* Hartletss,
Lab Onquat m Aillifida. 2 TAIL. 112 2 1221 c00mmY --
far trieg i ong, face nucleated .Wsak7c uti -1010 t - '
Ostelogate ars new Seedy, end Slur War an ton
esammaddtatsg the wane day clads. wr::: • g p.
• ISEANOB:8 HOTEL AT ;A1)0T/ON.
—On TUESDAY ILVINHIG. O. id TX
o'clock ba kobt at the Commeatat Baas • .IMwri.. l •
OS Ilfth street
,Tka pasta known as sktianitea Bottl e ' , attnatee
on Saab ono% between Para lad -Eattataandiw
77tie ka Wien, gm fronton Youth dad bide.
Arafat derp: - lbw Motet ritbrenatta
Urfa; • Stoat of atrasairen bit by empty.
Wt nap. Barororm, Elittniproinni Dube roan"
and attaches as tha dratiloor. Tbs. Pagan, *aalKao
Mat. and tam , / lhoftsAtootas on Stu texcir
thlid Morn Oahe =dor the entire Mac ,
helm aria htdy bakt, and h now dada wirtallosr .
Yana or Basw—doiabalt mkt elit; 6 l Eais6 s
Ore. two and Ono law. vita Intend, -lamed-by:.
bond and tocalada.• ter partied= antra ot
H. dill, no. a 111111 i dna, or et J.
ROCBRIES AND BIINDIUN
AIATORDAY zoinuare, October - 30th: 4 .1,*
o Usk will b• ton sit thkOcamartial IN4s, Wm*
10 barrel' Iffarlng:
6 lisp•l4l TI•14
" GM& libtros;
11 Pr.pirect Austad;
1 k Nasamat
II abiptasy -
/lag 191.0a06 Pepper; • '
6 boal Cod• tlalinstur. ,
10 bcsza l'o3ot /kip: .
10 bowl %Aka Born '
10 dam Con era:ma -
I FINIPEOVED - PROYEEITY IN . ' LLIF , W--f
.1. saisornam—ca daTIOIDAT-''ditithii.:m
IMOst. Out. Mk s% 11 etekdroiltibs Old 01111.?..
priming. et the germ cd Bellmtelas Om gad dth - ."
edlegbasy Toby Miliread. to th e Boma elLein," ,. ' '.,,
neneritho dud galubb bt treattor than osia. 4 .:.
bonito end. u 113argleg hack the NM Mani:
in n emend • doable the Moth With 800% ithie
Path Balking& eall thindlor as is Mho twill
: The Bellmse ire Mr ad fell fidgadithirthirli..
ironed halftime/7 batroTrai ' ......_.....___- ......... '
t o t
. I el gili—on•teud min on eeei —'
ash id* Wroth gamed by bad sad
DAVIS di NaLWAXIIII.Asens
• DOWN and BILOOINERIit - AT
suseDis iitignrCem Isll4-
14136 o'clock. itlns sod •s Ike Clossimblat ashis.
nslessasS. the tros Imola Doom*
Ban:ugh, umutby ElSsurs , 5 -
peal* Oaks ae pond &We Maims ate
sigma Owl siM Balhe 19im MTttis thasit:
ea Sas, ism otiedlisbesktalatiosindeltirorm..t
bandagrawaung Islam itoorkezie VlRPffe _
Gag sewn Issasec int oslsseisachaum AIM",
as soljohda SCWO. as 'MA Is I naiad icltr , :
rim Sams easSatsgagLlszrOatis--;-....m .
Tult . 14 .P•a r tua6l '
odr - SAILVALIFIL
CONSTABLE'S AIWA OF GOOD
IP MMUS ATintarvf , :-'o•
sonaltio, Oman Mon 1G *wok. at .rbeVh.4r.":7
lia'Austka assn. t• NMI Olt as samm•i• :
_Oordng_ Bum, Woks* ,
aid .1146 - ..... u• MOWS •••••1•4011101k.7..41
Walnatiolanit.ftan•Oalottais a• 011 ad 2 " 1 7.
Arit 7inw4 Ir 4 tindal=e;
orandZoono: imo On Etta3Ol3oo# -
=117 1,0 4 1 .4416 log oho
L"'"unitatuar -"` atemaios.
41.1. TIIIIDAT SIGN? BILL I
THE. G HOBT •IN TWO DRAMAS.
THBOHOSTI THE GHOST!
Est) TI MM or pains a altsairepacras.
rats lIITENHO wID InPreonned.
RAO PICKER OT THEM .
gong Inv saketn.
T. =ads& intb (torths L. suit i s . b.
pular) inns doh a plit sad anima: l 4nd Poe-
er and ninadorftal Wen!. wrtnni meet. fer the
lanai:mean Otto Pbantan 'ginned.
Performance Every jfirenoen & Kerning.
SECOND WISE 01 •
Tint iseit rt the g;raad gleam Cplea' Madan et
. THE SPECTRAL GHOST! .
As introduced he Prot. TSPPSIL 7. IS as•
Wired for sixteen consemalse mouthy, at they**
tat:halo Institute, London.
The whole of the &mantra war t brought mai/
Pr 4. AHDHSSOZI, last May, fa the Steamship HI.
eardsmellon arab this. Prot. ADDRB9OIIIIII
en the ertha Oeckryisal Prrimsar• .TWO
ROUE 11l WOBDEEI WOBLu. Merharo AI&
D LIMON will appear at earls rePDEastalks
bit DM OP DELHI L
To* testa ot Ito bsll will to boutUfoily ITlosbob.
tad nistiti by lbo 111LZOniO ObLOlOll LUSH!.
Sp xoto opcn at atul 7p to , to o otonat s 7)1(
!teats may be neared tuba the day., • .
OW T. BLlifiuW3, Ldnais amel.
O , TRE ORIGINAL PICTURE,
TSOII NIBLO'.7 SALOON, NSW TWIN, AT
FOR A SHORT SEASON, COMMENCING
WEDIESDAY, OCTOBER 141 h,
GOODBIN & CO,A GIGAR44C
POLYOBLEIA OF - THE „Wily