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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - October 11, 1862, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian urday october 11, 1862. Pm i Aimer Pittsburgh october 11,1802. The War. There Are Many speculations about array movements near at hand. Man has a wonderful propensity to Vatican action. We wish we had a Little More pre discernment that to might better accommodate Public taste. In War however concealment is one of the essential ingredients of Success and for this reason not Only should cabinets and generals be reticent but prophets also should suppress the utterances of their Wisdom. About the utmost that we can now say with certainty is that great preparations Are being made. We have an on the upper Potomac threatening Winchester an array at Washington which is stretching out toward Gordonsville and an gathering about fortress Touroo which with the naval Force there looks frowning by upon Richmond. Another week or two of time May enable us to say upon which Placo the first serious attack is directed. The report of the evacuation of Cumberland Gap by our troops proves to have been Correct. It is greatly to be regretted that the place could not have been held. The enemy is retiring before our forces in Kentucky. We would Hope that our Possession of the country we May occupy henceforth Gill be made sure. The rapid movements and far advances of last Spring were Well conceived and Well executed and they would have been Wise if we had brought out a sufficient Force to occupy hold firmly and pacify the country in on rear but with our defective armies they have proved to be miscalculations. We lost men Money time friends and pres Tige thereby. We calculated too much upon to feebleness of our foe and too much upon a Strong Union feeling in Kentucky and Tennessee. Wisdom is to be Learned by experience. Gen. Grant holds West Tennessee and has gained a Brilliant Victory at Corinth. In Missouri we Are not Likely to have very much trouble. Mobile is threatened by our Fleet. We have a Large naval Force in the Gulf and Mobile is the Only important seaport there which is possessed by the enemy. Gen. Mitchell and Admiral Dupont Are concentrating forces at port Royal having one Eye on Savannah and the other on Charleston. In each of these ports the enemy is preparing Iron Clad vessels and their speedy capture is vastly important. Some More of our own ironclads Are needed to do the work with ease. Nbw-0atean3 has been exceedingly healthy during the summer. There has been no yellow fever and no malignant epidemic of any kind. This is a wonder to the people there being by the presence of a Northern so Many in acclimated persons in the City. The oath of allegiance has been taken very extensively to save confiscation that Law going into operation on the 23d ult. On that Day the administration of civil Law took the place of the military. Judges opened their courts in the various districts and the sheriff and his deputies commenced operations. The will very speedily will manage to escape in vast numbers or will Rise in rebellion against their masters As their masters have against the government. If then the War shall be pressed vigorously its termination will be speedy. It moral Victos. Politics and tie War. We have so Little love for party politics or rather we have such an aversion to the measures resorted to by partisans to carry their ends that we Are liable to be too incredulous to every thing that is affirmed on either Side in a political contest. We can give full credit to scarcely any thing that is said or written which has any bearing on candidates or Public measures during a canvass. Political parties have in some aspects a beneficial influence on government. An Eagle eyed opposition makes an administration careful cautious and attentive to Public interests. But too often the ins and the outs Are like Esopus flies and it is a less evil to leave those already gorged in quiet Possession than to let them be supplanted by a hungry swarm. Just at the present time partisanship is peculiarly injurious. Union is indispensable to safety and politics seem to be taking such a turn that Union May be rendered impracticable. Two classes of men seek to possess the government. Both of these cry out perpetually against the course of Public affairs. The president does not please either. He will not be controlled by by either. They Divide on the members of the Cabinet. They Praise and blame and quarrel about the generals he entrusts. They Are Denun Chatory in regard to measures adopted or proposed for the carrying on of the War. They Are at daggers Points respecting the end to be attained by the War. Their contests and vituperation weaken alike the hands of the government and the hearts and Hopes of the people. What then is to be done ? save the Union All say. But How 1 by a proper use of Power All say again. But still Between the Ultras there is an immense difference. A few leaders on one Side say that it is impossible to save the Union without conserving slavery. These oppose every measure which tends to destroy the institution. Other leaders or would be leaders say that while slavery exists there can be no Union that is no Union securing harmonious action and peace. These make measures to banish slavery a first essential. The one class cannot or will not strive to save the Union unless they can also save slavery. The other would see the Union dissolved rather than that slavery should maintain its status. Neither can hence yield a Hearty support to the administration. Each would rather thwart than help Forward an effective plan to subdue the foe if thereby their own Peculiar would be subverted. The one thinks that embarrassments will drive the country to a total abolition of slavery and to the employing of the slaves in fighting for their own Freedom the other imagines that delays and ill Success will make the people willing to accept of peace on any terms and each Side wants political Power so As stamp duties. Or. Hunt of this pity has issued on a card very convenient for office use a schedule of u. S. Stamp duties. Price 10 cents. Ferocity of the rebels. A passenger from Richmond at fortress Monroe reports that the Confederate Congress have resolved in All future actions to hoist the Black Flag and exterminate the Union troops without granting quarters. The measure was proposed debated and referred to a committee. We have not yet seen any statement of the final action. The House will Likely hesitate before resolving upon a measure so desperate so Savage and so destructive to themselves if retorted. In a similar Strain the Richmond whig speaking of president Lincoln a proclamation says a it ordains Servile insurrection in the Confederate states and it is not misunderstood in the South or North. It is a dash of the pen to destroy four thousand millions of our property and is As much As a bid for tie slaves to Rise in insurrection with Assurance of Aid from the whole military and naval Power of the United it Speaks of the cruelty of the administration and says a a a Sutler is a Saint compared with his master. Our military operations Are henceforth to assume a very grave character. The friends of the new programme will necessarily destroy ail terms Between us. The next Campaign will be a tremendous one both for the magnitude and character of the hostilities. Let our authorities prepare the whole strength of our people for the tremendous Shock. The enemy is making great preparations As Well As issuing fiendish proclamations. A we must respond with equal Energy if we do not we shall be lost but we will do this shows that the proclamation is not regarded by the South As a Mere Brutus Fulmer. And in this they Are Good judges they expect to find it a terrific War measure. And it will be so if our government is faithful and is sus a efforts and new life and Hopes to the hearts of the people. Cordially tendering to the president our respectful assurances of personal and official Confidence we Trust and believe that the policy now inaugurated will be crowned with Success and will give speedy and triumphant victories Over our enemies and secure to this nation and this people the Blessing and favor of almighty god. We believe that the blood of the heroes who have already fallen and those who May yet give their lives to their country will not have been shed in vain. The splendid valor of our soldiers their patient endurance their Manly patriotism and their Devotion to duty demand from us and from All their countrymen the homage of the sincerest gratitude the pledge of our constant reinforcement and support. A just regard for these Brave men whom we have contributed to place in the Field and for the importance of the duties which May lawfully pertain to us hereafter has called us into Friendly conference. And now presenting to our National magistrate this conclusion of our deliberations we devote ourselves to our country a service and we will surround our president in our constant support trusting that the Fidelity and Zeal of the Loyal states and people will always assure him that he will be constantly maintained in pursuing with rigor this War for the preservation of the National life and the Hopes of humanity. A. Curtin John a. Andrew Richard Yates Israel Washburne jr., e. Solomon. Samuel j. Kirkwood 0. P. Morton. By d. Rose his representative we. Sprague f. H. Pierpont David Tod n. S. Berrt Austin Blair. Hav-ilo.6orais.oa $ ton at Scales. Lard�?9c. A to. Lime Louisville from store $1.25 per bbl. Pkachb3�?1.25 it Bush. Plums�?$2.00 $ Bush. Potatoes nes Bannock 75c. Per Bush. Salt no. I $1.87. Sheds Clover $4.o0@4.25. Timothy 1.66. $1.50. Ste Akinbo �>-tall07v�?rough, 6c. Country rendered 6c. Flax Grover amp Baimas sewing machines tor family and manufacturing purposes Aro the Best in use. A. F. Cola Cony general agent oct4-ly 18 fifth Street Pittsburgh a. Batcheloer a hair Dye a a the Best in the world. William a. Batchelor a celebrated hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished from Nat re warranted not to injure the hair in the least remedies the ill effects of bad Dye and invigorates the hair for life. Grey red or Rusty hair instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown leaving the hair soft and Beautiful. Sold by All druggists a. Fihe genuine is signed William a. Batchelor on the four sides of each Box factory no. 81 Stu est new York. Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond Street jun7-ly warrants the belief that she is now at rest with the saints in glory. Then mourning husband and sorrowing children god says to you look up and see her once so dear to you All once your counsellor and comforter now with Jesus purified and in heavenly attire. She has fought her last fight with sin and satan has gained the Victory and is now crowned with glory. And from on High she beckons you All to follow on and follow upward till Jesus shall bid you Lay aside the earthly House of your Tabernacle for one not made with hands eternal in the heavens. A a blessed Are the dead which die in the lord from henceforth Yea Saith the spirit that they May rest from their labors and their works do follow g. Is it possible that any Soldier can a to foolish As to leave the City without a Supply of Holloway s ointment and pills whoever does to will deeply regret it these medicines Are the Only certain care fur Bowel complaints fevers sores and scurvy. Only 25 cents per Box or pot. Octal a in Lap a Creek Academy. Merrittstown near Brownsville a. The next less on of this institution will commence on monday the 27th of october mat., and continue five months. The institution is in a prosperous condition and in Point of advantages will compare favourably with similar institutions elsewhere a Octal at d. H. Sloan m. A., principal. Test Branch High school mar and female. Duties Era mod september 8th, 1862, the accommodations for boarding pupils Are equal to any in the state. The course of instruction thorough. Pupils received at any age preparatory to entering the High school c asses. Terms lor boarders .$30 per Quarter. For circulars address f. Donle4vy Long a.m., principal keeps of Jersey shop Fin. Pay Allegheny City College sooth West con. Of Lacock and san Puskat Stamiti will commence its Winter session of five months septemia 1st, 1862. Toe Conree of instruction embraces All tiny branches usually implied in a College course. For circulars with full particulars address ftug23-3m_james y. St Kee principal. T . Sill no. 246 Penn Street attends to All branches of the dental profession. Feb Lyo Ameh. The late Battle at Corinth. Cairo october 7as yet we can Only stale the general results of the fighting at Corinth. I skirmishing commenced on tuesday last and j there has been More or less fighting every Day a since. The rebel loss is about 800 killed and 1,500 to 1,800 wounded. We have 1,500 prison-7 is at Corinth 300 on the Hatchie River and 1 More Are constantly coming in. We have taken several thousand stand of thrown away by the rebels in their flight. They Are mostly new trained by the people. The measure if enforced English make. Our loss is believed to be 300 a its own . Within about a month a new Congress is to be elected. This Congress will not _ come into Power until the fourth of March working of the system will be looked to next. An j May not meet unless called by with much interest. Gen. Batler How-1 a Jug president until the following Deceron Ever is still commander with the War Jer before that time we Trust that the rebellion will be suppressed. It ought to be and would be suppressed Ore then if is due to the country a interest will make the War. Short and will save to the North myriads of lives. A a 1 address to tie president. The governors of twelve of the Loyal states a govern of Gurtin of Pennsylvania governor Sprague of Rhode Island governor Andrews of Massachusetts governor Tod of Ohio governor Kirkwood of Iowa. Governor Bradford of Maryland governor Washburne of Maine governor Terry of new Hampshire governor Olden of new Jersey governor Pierpont of Virginia governor Solomon of Wisconsin governor Yates of Illinois met at Altoona pa., on the 22d of september for conference on the state of the country. Indiana Kentucky Missouri and Vermont were proxy. Governor Ramsay regretted his inability to be present on account of the Indian War on his Border. The meeting was we have reason to believe harmonious. After comparing views on sundry matters of deep National importance they adopted an address to the president and adjourned to Washington City. There they paid their respects personally to the president. We Are not sure that the governors right in holding this meeting. The president has his constitutional advisers in his Cabinet and either directly or through that Cabinet All information and counsel May be made to reach him. And if More is needed Congress can be assembled at any time in sixty Days. While we do not disapprove of any thing the governors in their joint counsel we still regret that they had their meeting. We love a government of Law to direct measures to the accomplishing of j and from established Legal modes we would not depart unless under imperious necessity. The following is the written result of their deliberations Washington oct. 2, 1862. Address to the people of the United states adopted at a meeting of governors of the Loyal states held measures for the More Active support of the government at Altoona pa., on the Twenty second Day of september eighteen Hundred and sixty two. After nearly one year and a half spent in contest with an armed and Gigantic rebellion against the National government of the United states the duty and purpose of the Loyal states and people continue and must always remain As they., were at its origin namely to restore and per of the next Congress to be determined but j pet uate the authority of the government and the state officers and Legislatures Are to be life ouse nation. No matter what consequences a,.Are involved in our Fidelity nevertheless this chosen. In these elections the desire of j restoring the Republic preserving the Shell. On sunday general Ord drove the enemy five Miles Over Hills and through Woods and valleys the rebels taking advantage of every Wood for their infantry and every Bill for their artillery. The fight lasted seven hours. The rebel general Rogers was killed. General Oglesby has died of his wounds. Generals Ord and Veach Are slightly wounded. _ prisoners taken say that their effective Force in that Vicinity was 65,000. This is probably an Over estimate but it is certain that they have outnumbered us two to one. Power. The strength of the South has now called to the Battle Field nearly the utmost of her strength. The last Winters conscription embraced All the Able bodied men Between the Ages of 18 and 35, this with the former levies gave an of about 700,000. This _. _ swelled their armies sufficiently to beat us 1 the country As to the policy of the War will 1 institutions and justifying the Hopes and terms a u a it. _. J a _. Iii Pooh orig shall nil. Fail hot a . And september 2d, at the parsonage in mechanics town by Rev. T. Scott or. Robert my alas ter to miss Elizabeth Morrison All of Carroll co., Ohio. September 4th, or. Alexander Stitts to miss Julia m. Crumley All of Columbiana county Ohio. September 18th, by Rev. Alex. Donaldson d.d., James w. Kier of Clarksburg pa., to miss Susan Fritz of elder Ridge a. September 25tb, by Rev j. Thom assisted by Rev. Alex. Donaldson d.d., or. Columbus Bell of , Venango county to miss r. K. Thom of elder Ridge Indiana co., a. September 25th, by Rev. W. F. Kean assisted by Rev. David Kirkpatrick d.d., s. B. Van Yazah of Mifflinburg pa., to miss Jennie b. James of Freeport Armstrong co., a by Rev. D. W. Townsend september 26th, or. Eli Anderson to miss Sarah Jane Christy both of Allegheny county a. On september 27th, by Rev. D. Miller at the residence of the brides father Lieut. Joseph Quot to thanks to the of the Potomac. Washington sept.�?~30to major general Mcclellan commanding Ike of the Potomac general your report of yesterday giving the results of the Battles of South Mountain and Antietam has been received and submitted to the president. These were hard fought Battles but Well earned and decided victories Quot and endurance of your in the several conflicts which terminated in the expulsion of the enemy from the Loyal state of mar Yiend Are creditable alike to the troops and to the officers who commanded them. A grateful country while mourning the lamented dead will not be unmindful of the honors due the living. Signed h. W. Halleck general in chief. Elwood Academy to. A school for yobs ladies and gun Tesmen pleasantly situated in a healthy and retired Village in Oen trial Pennsylvania. The Winter session opens on the first wednesday of november. A a terms boarding tuition and Boom Bent per suasion of five months $55.00. A for further particulars address . Williamson principal Octll-3t Shade Gap Huntingdon co., pm a fruit Trees for fall Plant Stock of Apple peach. Plum Cherry quince grape vines and Small fruits of the most approved varieties is very Large of Strong bearing Trees and plants. Delaware and Concord vises no. 1 plants supplied to wine makers and fruit growers at Low rates. Parties Inte Mlina planting Orchards vineyards or gardens Are respectfully invited to examine the nurseries and Orchards before ordering. Our catalogues Are ready for distribution and mailing to annl cants from the so Winbley nurseries Allegheny county a. I. A Shields amp co. 0ctu-2m. Thirteen months in the rebel by William g. Stevenson an impress so new yorker a Book of startling facts and thrilling adventures. Let every Loyal Man read it. And every Soldier learn from it the magnitude of the struggle in which we Are engaged and the resources and desperation of the enemy. To be had at the bookstores generally. Price 60 cents. A. S. Barnes amp Burr publishers 61 Jih i Street new York. Oct i-3t yellow fever at Wilmington i. The yellow fever is assuming fearful proportions in Wilmington n. C., both in its rapid spread and Malignity and the inhabitants of that pity Are in a most helpless condition arising from their utter ignorance of the disease and the proper Way of nursing the stricken patient. Letters from the plague stricken City Appeal in Strong terms for Aid and that can be rendered effectually Only by those acclimated and who can venture there without danger. O. Adams co. G., 1st Reg. A. Infantry miss Susan h. Copeland of Columbiana county o. On thursday september 25th, by Rev. James a. Reed or. Joseph h. Taggart to miss Nannie Hilligas All of Wayne county o. August 28th, by the Rev. W. W. Laverty or. J Hammond of Steubenville 0., to miss Mary a. Sharon of Smithfield Ohio. September 25th, at the residence of Geo. Johnston Esq., to ovum Hanecek county va., or. Orville 0. Sinclair Osceola Ohio to miss Eliza Moc. Johnston Hancock co., a. On the evening of the 16th ult., by Rev. W. Ferguson or. J. Porter of Virginia to miss Mollie a., eldest daughter of r. J. Clark Esq., of Washington Ohio. September 30th, by Rev. We. Edgar or. Eli Dible to miss Anna m. Patton All of Westmoreland county a. By Rev. Shirley at the my Coy House Indiana August 8th, or. A Borg Harrison crimes to miss Clarisa Beatty. On the 12th ult., or. John Miller to miss Jan Cochran. On the 16th ult., or. Alexander Porter Ray to miss Margaret Kinkle All of Indiana co., a. F we were All of one mind and All in Earnest the fall elections however Are to have a vast influence. Not Only is the character quote j of our fathers shall not fail to be performed and be indicated. Will the policy of the an-1 pm Edge without hesitation to the president ministration be sustained ? if so neither of the United states the most Loyal and cordial a it r Koro alluded support hereafter As heretofore in the exercise of the factions to which we have alluded Funo Liong a of his Greaff office. We rec0k. Will be placed in the position of influence Nisei him the chief executive magistrate of Mit a a of in Ito. Tip wishes the nation the commander in chief of the i president 18 with de. Or and Navy of the United states their responsible riving the tables Are turned. The ene i to preserve the Constitution and restore the j an j constitutional head whose rightful authority a. A t t 2 t 1 y i a $ _ _ 1 it or j t a i he. Mavi Oil inti atoll Hack in Virginia Tennessee Kentucky and Arkansas to Stop us in Mississippi to diminish our hold in South Carolina and Louisiana and to give us some trouble in Missouri. With our new recruits a Cape race october the Steamer Jura from Liverpool on the 25th, via Londonderry on the 26th nit., was boarded at nine of clock this morning by the news yacht of the associated press. The news of Gen. Mcclellan a a Victory Over Gen. Lee was received with much satisfaction by the Federal party in Liverpool and gave an impetus to the Cotton Market which was checked by Large arrivals of Surat. The London times of the 25th ult., in an editorial says after the recent events it is not impossible that we May yet see Garibaldi crossing the Atlantis in the assumed character of an american citizen and fighting for the subjugation of a nation struggling to be free. The Mommy Post remarks that to be constant to his principles Garibaldi should go to the oth on tuesday april 18th, by Rev. H. Webber or. John marshal to miss Jane Cole i All of Lawrence co., a. October 1st, by Rev. Braddock or. Jambs my Donald of Allegheny City to miss Martha Kennedy of South Fayette. At the residence of the officiating minister in Rural Valley,pa., september 30th, by Rev. W. F. Morgan capt. Joseph Clinge Berger of Elderton to miss Hetty Jane Mcmasters of Kittanning a. He original Howe so wimm mar amp is Wise established 1845. Perfected 1862. Or. Howe invites attention to the important improvements which he has recently made in his sewing machines which enables them to do a larger Range of work with lera machinery less not it ise less trouble and More perfectly than any machine now before the Public. The missing of stitches and breaking of Needles so common and annoying in other machines is entirely done away with to the improved h Ivete. To trouble in making any garment worn by male or female however delicate or heavy with silk Cotton or Linen threads on the same machine we Nee a straight Needle and tie stitch is elastic and alike on both sides. For shirt makers dress makers tailors shoe binders Gaiter fitters As Well As for every variety of family sewing the improved Howe machine now stands far in Advance of the machines of the Day and they will be sold at a much less Price than any other machine capable of doing the same Iang of work in As Good a manner. No person should think of purchasing a sewing machine without first seeing this the latest and greatest Triumph of the original inventor of the sewing machine. Persons at a distance can order a machine with the manufacturers guarantee that it will reach them safely and prove Overy Way satisfactory. A few responsible agents Are wanted who find our Tenns Liberal. Send for descriptive catalogue of styles and prices and address the a a Howe sewing machines a june21-8m 487 Broi wat new Yolk. Of Asok amp Hall Iii Semi Odeous at $150. $100, $75, $60, and $5, received and for Sale by John h. Mellor 81 Wood Street. Myl3-ly be a skring i a Superb 7 octave pianos received and for Sale by Jug Iii h. Mellor 81 Wood Street. Myl3-ly f wishing to a a obtain Loans upon Bonds and Mort rages. Will find it heir interest to Cau at the office of a a. Bates Butler st., near Allen Lawrenceville a. Jy26-1y. I it arg. Announcements Gratis additional remarks five gents a line nine words being a Lin died in Rural Valley Armstrong county pa., september 8th, 1862, of dip Iberia or. James a. Kirkpatrick aged 40 years 10 months and 17 Days. My a Progress is not Only checked but his Union. He wars not for slavery nor principal armies Are on the Retreat. And his losses Are immense. The of Gen. Loe in All the series of Battles before Richmond lost about 30,000 men and he his lost about 60,000 since he left Richmond. This number embraces his losses of the Rapidan Tappahannock about manasses and in Maryland. His losses in a the West have not been so great but there i Are Bard Battles yet to be fought. Against it. If it is in the Way let it perish if it is not in the Way do not turn aside to assail it. There Are but very few sane men in the Loyal states who would leave their Homes for three years or even for nine months and endure hardships and risk life in the lamp and the Battle Field for the Sake of either slavery or abolition. It is mainly stay at Home folks who talk of such Devotion. The vast body of the peo to it make no these losses and to strength pie and especially our soldiers do and in Jen the armies against our increase the \ confederates have ordered a new Oon scrip ution. This embraces All men fit for War a Between the Ages of 35 and 45. Accord Ling to the late census Jab is there Are about 300,000 in the Southern states embraced in this period of life. But of men a Between 35 and 45, Only about one half Are it for military duty. This would increase a their armies 150,000 men a number which Rill not greatly if at All exceed their losses since the opening of the Spring Campaign thus we see that exhaustion rapidly a a Robes in the South. The Levy now ordered will not make their equal by j Large amount to ours which is now get fing ready and they have no new class of Dure for their country not for the slave. But violent partisans always Lead in elections. They make a great commotion and they Tell the people that a Man can do nothing by himself that he must be on the one Side or the other to have any influence. Sometimes this is so but not always. Moderate men serious thinking men sometimes do control elections they always should control them and generally might do so. And now if Ever they should exhibit their firmness of Paspy be their True loyalty and the Power of numbers. Repel fanatics. Shun traitors. And Trust no Man who is but lukewarm in his country a cause. As we understand the administration it is determined to carry on the War under population on which to draw. After the the Constitution and with the utmost vigor Ming Winter then their idly Deo line. Can they not see this ? with rebels in every seceded state y we not Hope that Wisdom will soon re must submit to Federal authority there n to the people and that they will cease will be no recognition of the rebellion and of their rebellion. The Only condition no separation of Treumon by if peace and safety which is required of be masses is that they a a cease to do evil. The strength of the South As All know consists greatly in slaves men who toil at borne in needful work while the freemen go out to Battle. Soon if the War shall continue our enemy will be weakened at Kubis Point. Actual Freedom May not go farther than our armies Advance but the of the president. Cannot the people and their government cooperate on this principle ? let us have a country and to this end let politics be submissive and let the War be waged with vigor. A Fadnek of an Iron Elad Steamer. Boston oct. 7the new Iron Clad Steamer built on the plan of the Monitor and called the j Java Mani was successfully launched at Bouth bos ves hearing of the proclamation m Toby 1 to fun to Power As Well As the constitutional Powers of Congress must be vigorously and religiously guarded and preserved As the condition on which All our form of government and the constitutional rights and liberties of the people them solves can be saved from the wreck of anarchy or from the Rule of despotism in submission to the Laws which May have been or which May be duly enacted and to the lawful order of the president cooperating always in our own up Beret in the National government. We mean to continue in the most vigorous exercise of All our lawful and proper Powers contending against treason and rebellion or the Public enemies and whether in Public life or in private station supporting the of the Union until its cause shall conquer until final Victory shall Perch upon the Standard or the rebel foe shall make a Dutiful rightful and unconditional submission. We Are impressed with the conviction that an of reserves ought to be constantly kept on foot to be raised armed equipped and trained at Home and ready for any emergencies. We respectfully ask the president to Call for such a Force of volunteers for one years service of not less than one Hundred thousand in the aggregate the quota of each state to be raised after it shall have filled its quota of the requisitions already made both for volunteers and for militia. We believe that this would be a measure of military prudence while it would greatly promote the military education of the people. We Hail with gratitude and encourage the Hope that the proclamation of the president issued on the 2 2d inst., declaring emancipated from their bondage All persons held to service or labor As slaves in the rebel states whose rebellion shall last till the 1st Day of january next. The right of any persons to retain authority to compel any portion of the subjects of the National government to rebel against it or to maintain its enemies implies All those who Are allowed the Possession of such authority. The right to rebel themselves and therefore the right to establish martial Law or military government in a state or territory in rebellion implies the right and duty of the government to liberate the minds of All men living therein by appropriate proclamations and assurances of Protection. In order that All who Are capable intellectually and morally of loyalty and obedience May not be forced into treason As the unwilling tools of rebellious traitors to have continued indefinitely the most efficient cause to support a state of the rebellion would have been in our judgment unjust to the Loyal people whose treasure and lives have been made a willing sacrifice on the altar of patriotism would have discriminated against the wife who is compelled to surrender her husband against the Parent who is to surrender his child to the hardships of the Camp. If rebel masters were permitted to retain their slaves it would have been a final decision alike against humanity and Justice the rights and dignity of the government and against sound and Wise National policy. The decision of the president to strike at the Robt off the rebellion will lend new vigor to. The died in Rural Village Armstrong county pa., september 29th, sir. 55ebina lilo la of lung disease aged 50 Yearb. A Ted in Wellsville Ohio on the morning of september 24th, of a ovarian sir runs a mrs. Caroline Martin relict of Joseph Martin late of Washington a. Died on the-24th inst., near Harrison City pa., of rheumatism in the heart or. David Brown in the 10th year of his age. Died near Plumville Indiana county pa., september 25th, of diphtheria Elizabeth Matilda daughter of John and Elizabeth Trussel or Side where 9,000,000 Are fighting for the right j aged 3 years of governing themselves. _ the London times says that Gen. Pope by his own reports has succeeded in proving that if there was one Man More than another unfit to have the command in the Federal it is a querulous general who puts the blame of every failure upon others. The times Hab an editorial highly Eulogi Stic of the Canadas for their subscription for the Relief of the distressed operatives of Lancashire. It regards the subscription As a proof that whatever difficulties May now and then arise in adjusting the relative obligations of great Britain and her colonies their Devotion to the Crown is real and Active at Home. A a at a meeting of a few representatives from the London firms connected with the Manchester Trade to examine the proposed substitute for Cotton they signed a memorandum in favor of its length strength and Beauty which in their opinion rendered it worthy of their most ear evil consideration. Whether the manufacture of it can be economically and successfully applied they leave to others to determine. Roussell the late member of parliament was placed on his trial in London on the 24th, for forging deeds and the will of his late father thereby possessing himself of immense wealth. He pleaded guilty in a Calm egotistical and apparently penitent speech. He was sentenced to transportation for life. The journal Lecoun shows that the depression in the Cotton Trade had exercised a very beneficial influence on the French Woolen manufactories. A Large Garibaldi meeting was held at the Stockholm Exchange at which an address was enthusiastically adopted expressing sympathy for Garibaldi and urging the speedy evacuation of Rome by the French. Garibaldi under Date of september 14th, writes. A a a i am a prisoner and dangerously wounded. It is consequently impossible for me to dispose of myself.,. A a however As soon As i am restored to Liberty and my wounds Are healed i shall take the first favourable Opportunity to satisfy my desire to serve the great american Republic of which i am a citizen and which is now fighting for Universal t h Pittsburgh a. F 0 v Nob d in 1 8 4 0. Incorporated by legislative charter being the Only commercial College in the Union conducted by a practical merchant Oyer 6,000 students have been Edna Ted in the principles and practice of All to details of a business education from Duff s system of mercantile Book keeping awarded four Silver medals and the Sanction of the highest mercantile authorities in the country. Also duffs. Steamboat Book keeping a a perfect system for each books and also duffs new system of. Railroad Book keeping a. After the forms of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Also Duff a new 33 Stem of private Bank roue keeping the Only one in use in the City. The above systems of to counts Are All taught under the daily supervision of the author and it is believed to a degree of perfection never attained elsewhere. Twelve first premiums for Best business and ornamental penmanship awarded oar present Penman by the United states fair at cinc Husti in Quot j5�o2 Penn a state fair at Wyoming. A a a a a gov. Western Penn a fair at . Western Virginia fair at Wheeling. A Sajiu. And the Ohio state Fri at cleveland.is0z a All of which Are exhibited at on office. Duffs new engraved school copy books Fine Cap 21 pages each 90 cents per dozen the cheapest. in use. B business and Orna men penmanship. With new plates and Scales by we. Duff illustrating All the elements of Tho Penman a arts the Moet Complete instructor known. Elegantly bound. Crown Quarto. Price $5, pest paid. Harpers enlarged edition of duffs bookkeeping Price $1.50. Sold by booksellers generally. For full particulars Send for our elegant new circular up. 68, with samples of on Pei Many a business and urn menial writing enclosing 25 a Ente to p. Duff amp son principals. $3 strangers will please inquire Bur reputation in the City where we Are Best known. Ucell it or h e Miller Academy al Washington Guernsey y co., Ohio. This classical school is under the care of the presbytery of Zanesville and is designed to prepare Young men for College teaching or Tew boarders will be received into the family of the pm Brit 41the Winter term of five months will commence on tuesday november 1th. principal. We invite tiles attention of the Public to the Philadelphia housekeeping dry goods store whore May be found a Large assortment of All kinds of dry Gouda required in furnishing a Bouse thus saving the trouble a Auguy experienced in Hunting such articles in a Nous places. In consequence of our giving our attention to this kind of Stock to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods we Cun guarantee our prices and styles to be the Moat favourable in the Market. Iff Linen goods vre arc Able to give perfect satisfaction being the oldest established Linen stare in the City and having been for More than Twenty years regular importers from some of t test manufacturers in Ireland. We offer also a Large Stock of flannels and muslims of the Best qualities to be obtained and at the very lowest prices. Also blankets quilts sheeting ticking damask table cloths and napkins towelling diapers Huck backs table and piano covers damask and Moracos lace and Mubin a curtains Dimitres furniture Chint Zes window shadings Acac. John y. Cowell a son s. W. Corner of Chestnut and seventh sts., Apao of. . Select classical school for Foj ladies Comer bearer Street and South common Allegheny City a. Mrs. E. A. Smith principal. The design of this school is to impart to Young ladies and Mirada a thorough comprehensive and Christian education Tho facilities for accomplishing which being every Way adequate to the end in View. The location is the must desirable for a City school rooms Large and elegantly furnished number of pupils limited and everything calculated to Advance the rail interests of the student. A. A few Young ladies will be accommodated with Board to the family of the principal. A a. The fifth Semi annual session commences on monday september 8th. Mrs. Smith refers by permission to the following Well leu own gentlemen most of whom Are or have bran her patrons Viz a Rev. John g. Brown Rev. H Kendall . Rev. Thomas Sproul. D.o., Rev. James Gri a . D. Howard d.d., Preato by. D-d., Rev. D. R. Kerr. Dd., Rev. We. Preston d.d., Rev. Henry l. Hitchcock d.d., president of Westminster Reserve College. N. for a circular. Jy9-3m Octll-3t a Witherspoon Institute a a Butler a. The next session will begin on tuesday october28th, Anil c minus Twenty one weeks. Tuition so $8, or 10 per session recording to studies. Board $ij5 and $2.00 per week. Send for a catalogue. J. S. Bold oot4-3t a principal. A Pew and interesting boors had Book of the presbyterian Church. It .60 defence of armageddon or our great country fore j told in the holy scriptures. By f. E. Pitta,.�? .60 testimony of Christ to christianity. By Peter Boyne t a. A. A the patience of Hopo a a til by Whittier. 75 country living and country thinking. By Gail Ham Piton. I .25 is sure hours in town. By the country Parson. 1.25 spare hours. By John Brown m a i Gnu life and tetters of a Gnu Irving. By his Nephew Pierre m. Irving. Vol. life of Fuerl Rick the great. By Carlisle. Vii. Lii., the Gold a a h or. By m. D. Conway. Health its friends and its food. By or. Mussey of 1.50 7.25 Bostur. 1.00 died near the Battle Field in Maryland on saturday september.29th, or. James d. Riddle aged about 25 y ears. Or. Riddle was the son of John b. Riddle Esq., a ruling elder in the Church of Hollidaysburg a. He belonged to the Volunteer corps Gen. Mansfield a division of the and fell i Nolde America. By Antimony troupe a it. In the Battle of Antietam. September 17th, mor j i0rjmii�euahm�?Teki�pep a encyclopedia.1.25 tally wounded. He was a Young Man of much Promise. We have not heard whether in the for a a at the Bookstore of r. S. Davis absence of his pious friends he was cheered by oct4-t 93 Wood Streer pitted mph the presence of a chaplain. Doubtless the three j a e s v e e c h Days which he survived after the fatal wound j Riate or Fayette co Pitt a commercial. Were employed in finishing his work. It is a Consolation to know that a Loyed one has had even this Brief space to commend his spirit into the hands of Jesus. Died on saturday morning september 27th after a Quot lingering illness mrs. Mary Long wife of Arthur Long Esq. The deceased was a sufferer for months and from a form of disease that baffled the Bosomed Iea skill. Her disease was complicated originating perhaps in the liver but affecting various other abdominal organs and reaching in its final Issue a drops Cal character which soon ran its course acid released its subject from sorrow and suffering Here to enter upon that rest which remain eth for the people of god in heaven mrs. Long was in the sixtieth year of her age and had been for More than forty years an Humble Meek and quiet member of Bethel Church. Pittsburgh a. A 3 office s. E. Corner of fourth and Grant streets. Oct4-6m. De g e h i l l Princeton n. J. S c b ool . Rev. James p. Bb8he8, a. M., 1 principals. Rev. Trios. W. Catabia a. My or up a a a Thea school is designed to la Riih a thorough preparation for College or for in business life. Eat further information Addran either of the principals. Sep27-6m Azelton brother new Vork la i Anosanothersui of the Large seven octave Rosewood pianos from hat Don brother new York inst received and for Sale by a. Of al try John h. M�1i.t.ok. Is Wood Street. Pittsburgh Market wednesday oct. 8,1882. Ashes soda Aeh 3@3%c. Pot 4@4 pc. Pearls in a. The Stock in first hand in ample for All Ordinary purposes.apples�?$1.75@2 20 a bbl. Beans prime White 1.60 per Bushel. Bacone shoulders. 6�sc� Side 6%c. Plain hams i co. Sugar cured do., 12vfe. Sgt. Butter Choice Freeh. 16c. Tab. Cheese Western Reserve pc. $ la. Hamburg 10c. Eggs Loc. Per dozen. Feathers prime Western 45e. $ to. Feed Rye Shorte 60c. Cwt middling 76c.__ flour extra 5.00@5b0 extra family.5.60@5.70. Groceries Coffee Good Rio 23ji@24c. Sugar 10i4@l<b�c. Molasses. 55@56c. Grain wheat red 1.05 White 1.06@7jo. Corn 584562c. Rye 58c. Oats. 45i�50c. Per Bush. Hides and leather Green beef hides 6�6j�c. Green salted hides. 6�@0c. Dry Flint 12c. Rough country leather is Dull at 20�22c. Dressed leather is quoted As follows red Spanish sole fi>., 21@24o. Slaughter Solup ft., 26@28c, upper leather $ dozen 24@88 bridle leather .��@46 skirting la Hub amp it is 27@a0t a Strebb Blairsville female Seminary Blairsville a. A Home for Young ladies. Rev. S. Ii. Shepley a.m., and mrs. 8hepley, Principe is aided by a Ful i corps of skillful teachers. Accommodations for sixty boarding scholars. Ordinary Bill for Board and tuition in the regular course and latin 8u per cession of five months. Large abatement As heretofore for those. A a a 2�?. 21. A Mia com i ase t Naif a i Wii Ose exigences require in a Empio Pun ipod she was the Mother of eight children seven of 1 Kuhn drawing painting end modern languages. <050 whom survive her. And in All the relations of life As a. Wife a Mother a neighbor and a member of the Church it could with the strictest truth be said that kindness gentleness meekness and peacefulness were visible characteristics. Those who knew her Best Only knew her to love and respect her. So Long As Able she loved to attend the House of god and seemed to enjoy his ordinances with a Sweet and holy relish. And during her last Days that Saviour in whom she had Long trusted not forsake her. She was Calm and resigned enabled to give up husband and children and friends without a murmur though in her heart she Felt All that tender affection which belongs to the True hearted wife and Loving Mother. She has gone from the family Circle and her place in the of Huron. We shall meet her no More in this 4fcle erf team Tittl we have the Dvid Enta that the next session Twenty fret u Dor Tho present or pals will commence november so. Catal Ogara Bent by mail on application # ,. None of the operations of this institution have been interrupted by the unhappy condition of our country. The number of pupils in attendance is greater than last year. Sep20-6t 8. H. Dhel Ley proprietor. A a r Mil Lio n inst1tu the the largest literary institution under the care of the presbyterian Church Hue a male and femal department which during the pm to year had a total of three Hundred and Twenty four students collected from ten different states. The Young ladies Board in the family of the principal and Are under his immediate supervision. Board tuition in All Bra Acheam including French and Germany furnished room,.fuel, Light and Wash ii it a supplied for two sessions of five months each for from $91 to $100, paid in Advance. To Young men the expenses Are from $10 to $20 less. French and German Are each taught by a native Frenchman and a native German without extra Champe. A gentleman trained in one of the Best Niu Sirl schools in in rope Baa charge of the musical department. The usual extra a Barge fur music drawing and parting. The. Next session to appointed to open on the. Jtb of october. 8an1h3m d.d.,. Jug entirely vegetable no alcoholic preparation a pure town Medicine. Or. Hoofland a celebrated prepared by de. Jackson Philadelphia pa., will effectually care. Lito complaint Bis Pepsi jaundice chronic or nervous debility diseases of the kid Neys and All diseases arising from a Dis a. Ordered liver or stomach such As constipation inward piles fullness or blood to the head acid Ity of the Somach nausea heartburn disgust for food fullness or weight in the stomach Iri Kingor fluttering at tbs fit 01 the stomach swimming of Tho head. Hurried and difficult breathing flutter. Ingot tie heart choking or suffocating sensation when in a lying posture dimness of vision Dot or webs before the sight fever and Dull pain in the head ency of perspiration yellow Jess of the skin and evea pain in the Side Back Chest limbs ac., Cudden flushes off eat burning in. The flesh constant inn Kimnga Onevil and great depression of air its. And will positively pub next yellow of Bleb bilious pcs Abb amp a. They contain no alcohol or bad whiskey i they will cd amp i the above diseases in ninety nine cases out i Ahu adred.,. Induced by the extensive Sale and Universal Popup and of Hod Fiandt a German bitter purely vegetable Host oof ignorant quacks and Unic Rumlous adventurers have opened upon suffering humanity the flood Gates of nostrum in the shape of poor whiskey Giloly compounded with injurious drugs and christened Canica Stora shies and hitters. Beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic prepare to on in Plethoria bottles and big bellied Keg under it he modest appellation of Sitters which instead of curing Only aggregate disease and leave the disappointed sufferer in despair. Hoofland a German bitters Are not a new and untried article but have stood the Tost of fifteen years Tinl by the american Public anti their rep ration and Sale Are not rivalled by any similar preparation. The proprietors have thousands of letters from the most Lesii Zienk. Clergymen lawyers physicians and citizens to Estiline of their own personal knowledge to the beneficial effects and mtg ical Virtues of these bitters. Do you want something to strengthen you i do you want a Gjud appetite. Do you want to build up your Constitution t do you w ant to feel Well d y la want to get hid of nervousness do you want net Lay. To you want to sleep Well do you want a by task and vigorous feeling if you do a German bitters. From i. Newton Brown d.d., editor of tie encyclopedia of religious knowledge. R although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent medicines in general through distrust of their. And effects i yet know of no sufficient Rearan Why a Man not testify to the Benefit he believes himself to have received from any simple preparation in the Hope that he May thu contribute 0 the Benefit of others. I do this the More readily m regard to Hoof Lanys Herman bitters prepared by or. M Jackson Orthis City because l was Are induced against them for Many years under the sets Tisy were chiefly an alcoholic fixture i am indebted to my Friend Robert Shuemaker Esq. For the removal of this prejudice by proper Tetts and tor noon legs in Leitton. Pritsc Fijal ment to try them when entering from great and Long continued debility. The use of three bottles of the bitters at the beginning of the present year was followed by evident Relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which f had not Felt for Bix months before and had almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank god and my Friend for me to the Nee of Brwn Philadelphia june 23,1861. Beware of counterfeits. See that the signature of m. Ja0k&0n,�?� is of the wrap pfc of each bottle. Principal office and Han factory so. Fill Arch Street Philadelphia. Joses amp Evans successors to o. Ai. Jackson a co. A. A pbopbi0&8. For Sale by druggists and dealers everywhere. Sep27-ly_. It a. A via. A. Two second hand. 5 octave portable Melodeon Sjofn aqd.ittag8 a Sjohn h. Hill mtg slab amp to i

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