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tilinfiratt . iithiltl3l3, HAY 23
i The proccedliip of the Old 134:bool Pres
byterian General Assembly, iqiieti met' on
,with iiiebluteresil. One 01.. a sacs'
zirtittyquestiobs ; to be discussed las tbe
IN G yirat.okotpiscrielue. It is veld to!pow
Thifisniur i Low-•'
objeotal ie. the
midge tititssii stasis *Russ fa!ltio ova
9i#o*lol#l!hiPl64r mail and if hhe,, .l.4tiossioststheraughi : s!o4o .
e tempted to ia.
- will adapt reeolutionsof etiebuiosgthiu fu
--t•t—The - Uos4: - . - Prtsbitetfais isijt dui
:a.;' -..: *1T..4- ' 4 , -Aovg.k.'o 4ll Txttild ?evit 'wh°'W
'- ,- of -zprerianelts,,tdiniedf favorably known
bilks:: ';,68,-fter ail absence of
-.*Aiiii; ...thiti * (o.o4/11W0ft here.
',-,.....z',;!, : ""fli tri„ . .Bitelaird, pastor of the
i ' - - - : • .''
Atlaidiquit ' lliiriali Church, in
41 ''''' ' . iikdk,,lire liCniton 'to the young,'
', '' '*k:l l ,4 l 9lllo4llpuitor of Ude cheuth,
;e4.:peiii. 00,theire was but iiii,
`IJ-Jk—llai-- • bershiP. * Now a
rich mem be rs
itirAgi,,lefT the_ ' are
t Isliecesi.! :I:l,r,.?3,:sitriliiitto this eii.
&Oat it le reit part tills special
saitiliter Sifirts'erldedi have been made of
-..- - lia . Fossil& reach - Uibi7olies, and particu
larly to Sabbath &hoots. , -.
- --.-Quite an interesting work of revival
,'. tempi ire Esiiiilown; Pa , among the di&
Arent' denoutinatiotis. -, - •A correspondent of
- ' the *meter reports that there were 70 in
'pliers In the Presbyterian Church; np
;,-- era* of 100 in the Lutheran; 70 in the
Itetioditt, and 14 in the Episcopal church,
(tlein:cliareli is smalL)
-- - -The !esters Visirdas Advocate oom
':,. , Lestinds the *Curse of a layman who always
. "444 his'pastor a note when he finds him
- • :self viable to - get put- to prayer meeting
and preaching. - - .
• , itijk.,
.'•=: L •Mis /Lev. Dr.Tyng recently preached
'''•':. /li !!!' i g h/ een t k lll !ser,7 sermon; as rec
tor of Geoegos Hpisocrpal.chtrati r liew
city;Tbniiiii" the eighteen years of
:111111iOnietrrin tha'olty, he has Meseta,
- 6111 . juror , for connunstioi. He found
conunnnicaiie whew he became the
- rector - there have beim added 1,188, an av
.rage 01611 - cialf, par' The average con
peoph4l6,BB7; last year's
" "itontribrithrus Wirie $25,400. The Sunday
Schooleunder his personal notice number
2,100 .teachere and children. It is said
upwardit of 1,000 children 'have confessed
and followed Jesus l'
—3:he poiiilatliai of Eiji is about two
hundred,thousondi of *halt number sixty
germs thousand lave embraced the Chris
"lian;religion._ *hers years ago tho
name 'of Christ wan unknown, they have
wow 11,000 joined in church fellowship with
- -the-Weokryan Methodist Society.
—At a sacramental occasion in ,. the
Presbyterian -,Churehi Molongnhela 'City,
Dislap, pastor, sixty-five
• persons, were' added to the membership of
the ommsr4iftyauen of whom woreere
- oeival.upiri 41ofession of their faith in
Chrisk. 'Cubic the past year, OM one
InmirWl. persons `have-been added to the
membership of the Presbyterian church in
that plau. , .
—An Faiglish-nntiquarian has made
' a list of vier* 'chiefly commentaries on
- the Bible or portions of it. He estimates
'their number to be not less than 60,000.
Of,these 2500 pertain to the five books of
Maws AOOO to the Peridisuhand 2,000 tithe
prophecy of Isaiah. About 6000 volume.
inicbeen . .inbllshed on the four Gospels,
11000 - , ofir.'the 'Epistle to the Romans, and
The United Prmibiterian Presbytery
• Disltableac at ittion at Somerset,
15th last; dimmed the subject of Union
-...-teskati. The &Mission elicited unusual
intiiiist, as the natation lad been - before
congregations connected with titaebodiy
TheyablLehed minutes of the proceedings
made: "The members generally atrial
that it was no tiolation.rof our articles en
secret societies to connect with %ion
anniveressi Of the lanai=
Bible Satiety took 'Laos last week in, Nro.
in Now---York, Hon. Luther BradLstip,
15tiFikit, Egai of .Plaboielpilis, • Bisiutp
Sunni* of hiaesaohusetta; Dr.. Bbedd, of
new Itoly Dr.. Eddy, - of Chicago; Slahop
-Mallwatae of. Olio and others. --The an
'; 'anal repo t thou that the rectiPta from
an seatties during the Isar were $ 422 , 688 ,
40 which 5288,611.21.wers from the Cale of
, . books. , . The number of books printed
aggregate during the continuance of the
mcersond-State Sunday 13Ohool .
: . _--COnrentio N embracing all evangel al de
in the Find
Prsibyterian chundy Pittsburgh, Tuesday,
- ' lase - 2d, counneriaing at 10 a. m. We
learn the local couurdttes in this city are
naldnirample arrangements for the wpm?
modatiinr of delegates. It is expected rap
- ressutatives will come from all parts of
• ---141estsisa Wit; the Second Presbp.
tartan Church of Nashville, Tenn., hirere rs
,solved to lame theft. Presbytery end the
--L-Bey: Dr: Parley, having resigned hie
pesberikip of the Church of the Beelor,JlU
Brooklyn on tosowit of.old Iv, his per
lshionere presented him with the ins ~4
$26,000, and passed series of stfeotionate
mob:diens. • •
,—gathe anniversary exercises of _the
Bechester .7:theologise]. Seminary, (Baptist)'
just held, seventeen graduated, exclusive
rot theliernunrobi* - Vdch numbered four.
. —A letter was lately received 14.84- 7
timers, by deg of truce fronuitidnimMU
from Bev. James Taylor, CorriipOnding
.0414.44 r.. &nth _Peptise) Board of
7 # 0 44 r•• / • ••, '• 2 " bi g • a rilso f r• '
-/Frealdhi-Wilson, icrof the defunct rrus
,'exica,ind,ithenvf2, CanldnerC l ir*Slf
;,Or Air &lords 14 :4• 41 /g
Arraign - lands.;:, nor no
borrow a sum.' ra!
Liginestfag sikoogtoi this pnrpolG3tearir
48,000iyes in Baltimore Ind for
waided-AS the misabmaries.
—The Western Unitariaii"bonlireisei
it Toledo, Ohio,
X. of the sataosPreabyt,iria* . boplo
the United Mates, says the iittabitigii .
Aim" the less Presbyterian Synod
~,. 4 .
~.4A4 1 4, -- ir, " ?:, ,' • c
which separated some Sitars ape leant the
'New &hoed Presbyterian General Assent./
bly on amount of the deliveratoWe of tht
Letter body on the slavery quilithnh.'li
likely, to abandon .aeon its separate- eater
LOCAL . LWTFUJG EZ
. F7 . °11/- ,Yirterda:r"`e//big G""I•
Tlll3 .Pitttbo . igleßittteries of than
_ eellottillov.fnteitil Repots of thri
.;chief oCilortillery. • _ •
Oi attentlie noruispendent, aJ. 11. IL,"
has funaished ,neo With a copy'of; th,
report:of: Cipt. Bait, Clldif d :24110r1
is the 11th sates, detailing the part Aitken by
the Pittsburgh batteries fu the battle Of Chan-_
Oelloroille„ The relatt_is Dive ptibilshed for
the drat time: I
'Headqoarts4-twelfrk amp., l i
Secifthad 'O. zr, Misr 12,11881.
: To „14...roetinizaz. th e
honor to.inbuilt abwfollowieg mom:nate and
Operations:of the artillery arm of the 12th
corpri In ate -interval of their - dorpr truer end
return .to, ti do point. Tlie corps bro"kusamp.
on liffinday Morning,.27th ult., one 'battery in
&mordants, with orders, moving -with each di
vision. "11,"- of the:lst Sew ,York, witi the
Ant, and' Xnapq Pennsylvania battery with
-second. division; I,The remaining three
batteries,—Hamptides; OK," Ist New .3fork,
and 1! Pr4th Artillery, weredirected to trey
main and' move with the corps _wagon train,
and'aubtequontir Pined the corps at Chancel
lorftlie ora Thursdij,lla 301k.:Uji to, the
time of this junction, I need , say =Wag of.
lOtiiiiiroils — ol the arWlery, lino, they were
quite unimportant oompired with the trying
times so near st hand. a
On Friday ) May lit, the corps_conimenced
a cautions movement from ChancelloryUhl; on
the plank road toward Trederbsksburgpsne
battery', is . previously mentioned, accompa
nying each division.. After proceeding about
two miles, the enemy were felt, evidently in
some force, and 'Oommenced disputing the
lavabo," with Us artillery. By - slicaltiou of
the fierieialcommandinga advanced Bitop's
}hussy a, suitable point,, opening a slow
but et/satire fire; •posted' Lieut. :_Winnegar'a
six guns 'suitably, and sent back for "F' 4th
artillery, which soon Came up and wu pasted
near Snap. - donee -after these disposition.,
the whole command was recalled to Chaneel
lerville. While returning the General earn
winding directed me to proceed to ; Choneel l .
leonine, and post the corps bottivries in such•
positions for defense against the Probable fol
lowing enemy as might be deemed Joined:mu.
Accordingly I pieced Rnap'saiainplan!cand
one section under Lieut. Mecklenburg, of Bel.
cry "11," at the loterseeting point (at Chan
oellerville) of theroads leading to Fredericks
burg, and the, other four please of Battery
"F," with ititahugh's and Winnegaes on the
rising and opening ground on the Gordana.
vine front. Thee we had fourteen pieces on
each front, on one or both of which the attack
mist cow, and occur on both in; the after
- -The enemy wag - effectually °hooked or re
pulsed to sash case—litep's Ilatte4 being
most engaged, and doing its work as usual--.
well. A section of Snap's battery was push
ed doWnla luffardous the Plank
road, without my - knowledge, by Gen. Geary,
among the enemy's skirmishers, but was soon
recalled by the General Commanding. Lieut.
Atwellwu wounded in this movement. Lieut.
Zdahlenbug's light 12-pounders were of great
'orrice on this, front during this and saber
quota days, sweeping the woods end roads
with a heavy Are—canister'ineinged. , Lieut.
Iduhlenberg behaved with great discretion
and gallantry during all the engagements,
having at the islet nearly an of his command
wounded, and horses nearly all killed. I
- think he well deserves the favorable consider
ation of the Government.
The batteries all maintained the positions
epeolliod, till Saturday afternoon, when the
11th corps was suddenly routed and cone
dying In disordered and bewildered masses
toward Chines'tontine. Having no doubt the
enemy would follow in force, I gathered all
our batteries near Env's . end Lieut. Muiden
berg's section,, massing - them
rear.of oar - Pit Dlybrioti—posting in poll.
tion'atith them some of the 11th corps' bat
teries until I bad 3A pieces in what may be
called key point of the Bold. The gen
eral commanding soon after came up, approv
ed the disposition ' and kindly authorised me
to open Are when I deemed necessary. The
necessity soon orwared. for there was no doubt
the enemy waein force in the woods between
' six huedred yards and a mile in our front. I
was robliged to Are over the heads of oar in
fantry form, ranged in a parallel line, about
Ave hundred yards in oar front. It was an
operation of great delicacy, this cannonade of
thirty-four guns over the heads of our man,
'bet it wee a matter of necessity, and watt
promptly and fully executed.
Up_to near ten - o'clock at eight, the cannon
-n-ding was: errine, Mid in my opinion contrib
uted much' in cheating tEti bold and elated en
emy. So far as Ivan tarn, and lam happy
to record it, not one of our mill was killed by
our Are or indeed wounded. That night I in
trenched all my:guns, the "digging" subie
quently proving of much protection. ,
Early Sunday morning; the enemy corn
'maned- the attack, evidently determined to
carry this point, and tit dry batteries again
opened ' upon their math . Sere I beg leave
'to offsenn Opinion. - Onr, position could not
lave been forced had the bake of oar line of
guns been-strocessfully maintained. An im•
portant point, ea open field about a mile to
oar left and front, ;carded by a brigade of
ear torope—Wee of tholith'oorpe—and a bat-
Wm; was seemingly' taken by a 'mall fore* of
the enemy: The battery captured was turn
ed upon . us with fearful effect, blowing up °ne
er our lessons, killing Capt. Wampum and
ealiladhsg_Gen. (harp ' s lines. It wee most
unfortunate. My line of gnus, however:, kept
• to their work manfully till pbentba. m., when
finding our Infantry in front withdrawn, our
right and left turned, and the enemy's mem
ketry, already so far advaseed•aa to pick oil'
one men and herses,l_was comp elled to with.
draw my gabs to save then. We were also
nearly exhausted of athmuniticut.
• While retiring I was directed by the Chief
Of Artillery of the Armito ;take ttle battilist
to pie brick heir - fatal, near the ford,' to i.e.
pisnish them, and to remaia,ln person, and
1411 oributteetwo our
and other carp there massedtere I remain
ad •so engaged till Tuasday,lit• 6th, When
General Hunt directed me to - cress all the
batteries, and select positions, to protect the
recrossing of the army, which I did with
aboat Afty-guas r esighteen of oar awn heist
among the number, Ineltolizig Capt. 'Enap't '
to whom I gave the most, iniptitlat'point
<whit& 'l* pretest e d well. Let ehe'•_tieniusi
Commanding be aosnred, r !pi mall plumed
- with oak 'artillery in these tenth, °Willett
from flirt tolast, and I hope be is. '' Tii Cap-'
tains Snip and Fitsbngh, I atninueh inliste
for initial& - maistaam, the, battery of the
former being almost sonatintif ingilitil.
They speak in high terms of the& subordinate
Ohm and conduct of their men f te which,
'as far as I can, I bear oordillirltneps, and to
Lytham I tender my admiration`and thanks. .
Idea!, Smith, M, Strati Neer ] C ask • elr
liffary;alsilited Me - Mhoh, in din:Ginn:Onion
of Wen derthittlatardiXnad Sunday; Limit.
I Manisa:OA the desire to recover a lost tab
[. scli'recte Into the' enemy's lima on Einaday
arCitnoosVintiEeiaa taken prisoner: Captain
llampifittirai 'wounded on sandal morning,
and riled aeon lifter. Poi the eighteen months
I -have been associated with ,kiM,E. I • have
found nincputioauly - is battle bra!' 'cud.
devoted to hie duty. I,ledb ' derby, , com
manding Battery 8, Piitizilt . Artillery, was
Milled About 9 o'clock a. m. by - st musket ball,
-11bIla-dihtingld, gaii,;. _JO pen almost re
fusente, record. his :untimely death T nyoung t
anabitlene, highly Waisted, Oftlbient , si are
laridllerist, anemptionabls in his habits' and
- 4karaotor,‘ Christian practicing so he believed,
;the service lost an °glom of great value, and
"iniTtilitil - dillur;that this gallant - heart
'ls hdiltitiforever. ': .1 . •
The aggregate loss in'Artillery, 13tit Corps,
I am, very ruptolfelly, , . '
your Obedient servant,
, • .•. •- . t: 0, li, Bear, Captain, ' '
and Chief Artillerist 12th Corps..
imam won Wranzzarotr.-4Hon. Montuom
" glib and Hon. filmon Cameron lett for
/don this afternoon, Was
Jodi*. Mar dined' with the Eon. 'Robert
Negidght, *idle Genital Cameron partook of
hospliality_af Chiang lieorhesd. 0. Mi.'
%lair.; daring the day, rbittal the Camas
tabUshatent, the Court Same; the Post Othee,
and other prominent planes, and upraised
himself highly gratided.at , the.arldatiosi-Or
prorperity mitish Were everpertierri iipparont
in our city.
inv. Sin therrns's 01111011 OD fgar - Nal.
tiontlesit. and Oil WO," Which we Retina
it Sous lawn sonotlys sme r ls Os Silvia
J. W. Plitoelee, opposite the Pon WIN.
NU% 10 inn
A nesting of 4wiriltismis of Sewickley eon_
wooed in - the old Prubjtarian oketely on
,Tktirrariy awaking, to keer an address from
D. H. White, Mgt was elected President,
and am Z.lll Costaa, Bev. A. WiDiants, Dr.
Findley; Caph May, W Mishmash', Dr. W.
F. Irwin, W. A. Buie, Capt. Jahn Woo.ll:hcn i
And Be,. B. Hopkins, Vice Presidanta. dee
retadea—Charles McKnight and 'Samuel
On major, the ()bait eppointed the follow
ing Commuter on ateialu LiODI : Rev. James
IL. P. Navin, Thomas MacConnell
- "The President then la trodneed 8ev.... B.
Mirk, Colonel of. the 123 d Pennsylvania Vol
unteers,.who tethered a vary interesting sad
_ Lieut. Col. Dale was milled uponlind made
a brief and appropriate response.
Rev. James Allison, on behalf of the Com
mittee on Resolutions, submitted the follow
Rssolve4 That we hereby express our an
iline:ibis atteohment to the Union of all the
States Composing this great nation.
Resolved, That it is the 64 of this goy
ellument to devote its /energise, constantly,
.pereereringly and ardently, to the "oppression
of the great rebellion which now causes No
;mink misery anti alliotion fn our land.
Resolved, That Wa pledge ourselves linre
servedly to the sipport of the government in
the work of r►tforing the integrity. of this
The resolutions were unanianbuly adopted.
Mr. Allbonchaving Just returned from the
twiny, whither be had been sentby the eitisms •
fieWlokley, in eompimy with Dr. Findlay,
-too look after the welfare of the soldiers from
that rtolalty, gars an interesting sosonnt 'of
their labors. - '
After tendering a rte of thankm to Colonel
Clark, Lieut. Col. Dale, and Rev. Allison, the
The 134th Regiment of ,Penneylvania (nine
months) Volunteers' tteder commend of Col.
Edward O'Briiti, U how at Rantsburg, welt
lug to be, paid and Mustered .out It is ooze
posed of four eempanles from Butler county,
.Totir from Lawrence, and two from Beaver.
It west into the servioe In August, 1862, one
thou s and strong, and now numbers about six
hundred arid thirty. It took part in the Ma
ryland natutsiign, and was in satire servioe
from Antietam M. Qbancellortrille.' With the
other regiments of Tyler's brigade, it was con
spicuous for braTery ta the battles of Freder
icksburg and Chanosilorville. The regiment
is expected to-reaoh this city in a few days,
on its way home.
Delon League Democrats
Somebody writing from this oily to the
Johnstown Democrat, mays
"Quito a number of 'Loyal Leagues' are in
foil blast in this city, and many an honest
Democrat has been doped to Join them, who,
after taking the horrible initiation oath, can
not mouse' than, although they know them
to be nothing mac than a second edition of
the Knew Nothings."
We know that many honest Democrats hare
joined the League; and so far the writer'.
statement will not be disputed; but to say
that they were "duped" to en insult to the
aforesaid honest Databank, who will be rely
apt to say that is certain dishonest Democrat
Nay Goons.—Jost open Log now at Mc-
Ole Hood's ¬ion, & large 'took of Elprtng
and Bummer Dross Goods, Cloths and Caul
mares, Limns, Hosiery; &a. Also an Im
mense variety of Boots, ,Shoes and Gaiters,
whloh ore offered at priiate sale any time
during the day or evening.
WILL ha opened this day at MoClelland's
Auction House, 55 Fifth street, Prints, Mul
lins, Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Cloths,
Cassimeres and Jeans for men and boys wear,
Hosiery, ko. Also, to arrive, 76 sues of prime
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, ezelusively season
ble goods, to be sold at less than manufac
LATE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
[FROM OUR R172R1140 EDITION.]
FROM GENERAL GRANT/ DEPARTMENT
%PHU AID IVACUATION 011 JACKBOI
Great Battle at Baker's Creek
GENERAL GRANT VICTORIOUS.
Large Loss on. Both bides
r ‘1121.1. DISPATCffiII. 1
Pournairnia, May 22.—The New York
Heraid contain/ the following regorging the
capture of Jaokaos, bibs., taken from rebel
Brandon . , Yip, Mug 17.— Two gentlemen
rode to-Tuition to-day and trimmed the oil.
The enemy bad evacuated about two o'eloo
It is supposed that they number about forty
thousand, and have retreated towaros . Vioks
burg. Biting has been heard in that' direc
tion, and it is supposed that Gen. Pemberton
is in their rem.. Before leaving they burned
the Confederate House, the depots, the Peni
tentiary, Gruen k Phillips' Factory, Stevens'
rosary, laneire t si Hat Factory, and a block
of .buildings on State street, tucdading the
Medical Purveyor's and other Government
offices; also, both bridges over Pearl river,
and - destroyed mend miles of railroad track.
It is reported In Mobile that some of this
burning was -done before we retired. The
Confederate Honse was burned by its propri
Mobile, May 18.—Theeputa! reporter of
the Advertiser, et Jukson, Kay 17th, says:
I arrived here in the reconnoitering train.
The. Catholic' church of this pleas , was de
stroyed, sad the eliwissippiee omen pitted,
'the - presses broken, and the type thrown Into
the Street. The furniture In the capitbl was
badly abased, and the Governor's mansion
demolished. Ladies were robbed of their
jewelry and money. , All the stores were
sacked, and their eentents destroyed, and
Iron safe. broken open. The railroad was
badly torn up for several miles, and the tele
-POOL witel UM - dwell. About three hun
dred megrims from finds county joined the
Yankees. The country was plundered' gen
erally. Farmers estimate the damage at from
Ave to ten' million,. ' Mnsh destruction and
suffering ' •
The iderojeeiMtlatert on Friday and Setae
totreitina No serious eapp
.eneat took Saes.. The last of the rear guard
left about two o'olook, when 0112 oay Iry pick
etsteeshedii, end killed& Federal Colonel and
tuipture4..two others. The Yankees captured
and periled two hundred- South Carolinians
The following Is the *Dotal dispatch of
Gen. 'JO, Johnston to the 'rebel War 011ioe
- Gump terriers LiviMpros end drounsiville,
May a—To 'Ous. S. Cboper, Lieut.
Gen,Pititherrin was attacked by the enemy
en the. mornings! the 16th tub, near Ed-
Awards' Depot, andlrear nine hours' fighting,
wee eompelled: WWI bank behind the Big
Blank. _ • ' B. Jonieros,"
The following dispatches are from the-Rich
mond.E.raseiser of be 19th and 20th r
Meeihr; - Meg 1.0.-ThwAdurtiser and Rtg
'War'. epeeist reporter under date of Jackson,
May 18th, sap there ryas a heavy and Inds
delve battle faded...4ou Edward's Depot,
on-Setterdny.-r - Wer fell back to our inquiet'-
, Matti: The lose heavy on both sides. Gen.
Til_shmen of Maturity, was killed. •
Pemberton "opiates our lon at three thou
sand, and the enemy's three times as many.
- - Ocl4Lorlng en the left was out off, but out
his way through to Oletptal Sptinp twenty.
five miles South of Jaoksbn. His lose is on-
The 86:torah mint to a ilex of trade this
11•11111114 , - for the principal surgeon left in
p otths innindoiLL: The cater to chary
of 'the Ass states ithat; In Saturday's fight
they iost alx,liandred mil, took sixteen guns
'sod that our troops fell back &Grose the Big
Black and_destroyint the bridge. They adl
.Tatteed sight sables north, and this morning
found Johnston in , lin• of battle.
According to our Orions no artillery .was
lost, and , lb. , bridge man not bunted. Out
toren ot tuella thousandkilen fengittlweirmy
'IMP/ d_imuttyr roar .0 100 04 • " 11 $ 11h1 "
tbonoolvot sad nljttlio
i2bo:bolionts 'navy. and lb.
bakkelonto nod: Indooldvo. The Yankees
are on the way to latermipt oommunication.
Ramon good and bad are Out/.
-The American. Question.
TALIAN AND POLISH AFFAIRS
&e., de., tEa.
Ilri v . YOLl) Mel 22. The steamship China,
withrLiverpool dates to the Bth and Queens,.
town to- the 9th, arrived at eight o'clock this
kni Tte a d o r n a l b . Dssta
is, ami e d angsroo had
Ainirtieas stain ready.' tint little commen t.
. . _
The Times expatiatet on the importance of
the cepture of Vicksburg Ind Port Hudson,
and says It irdeld open ihe'bliesissippi to the
North.fweit,' growleg diesatis
faction theretand enable the Pediment te claim
one more of the real victories of the war.
The New York correspondent Of . the Morn.
thidd 'smarts that the Federal Govern
ment is appropriating - $3,000,000 to convey
1204000 Irishmen to America.
In the Hons. of Commons the course of
Mr. Otuiatie;Barlehidliilefer to Brazil, and
General Webb'eattieretrhim, torero debated.
Lord Palmerston • end others defended Ms.
Okristie. Lord Pelmerston made some very
uncomplimentar7 remarks on ,Generel Wobb,
and laid hisletter to Serl Russell was treated
'with the disregard itmerited, and, if written
byeißrittsh diplgmatist, would be sufficient
pentad for his Mete - zt dismissal. ,
Italian affairs were debated, and come se
rare strietureslassed - Onthe Italian govern-
.In the Rause of iLords,Barls :Shaftesbury
and Risrrowiei strongly denounced the Rus
sian "polleY 'towards Poland c and asserted that
separation was the only remedy:!
Earl Russell expressed gnat cOntldextoe ih
the humans inteutdons or the: Czar.- The
question of siparatien might InColve a costly
war e ' which ;England was] loth to engage in
without the most preseingjneoesaity. lie be-
Raved that the public ..opinion of gator)
would influence the k Russian Government to
restore the Polish
It is reported thit the Brazilian Minister to
London is inistraatod to demand explanation.,
and, if , unaatisfaotery, diplomatic relation.
will be suspended.
Faistoz.—The Bred6li Corps legillatil Is
dissolved, end the elections are fixed for the
Mot of Mai and lot of June.
The Bonne was dell at 69f 550.
The Polish question la unchanged. It is
&gait snorted that Napoleon will pursue his
ohjeot alone, if obliged- to do so, and the in
surgents confidently rely on his assistance,
Numerous engagement/ are reported, with
varying successes. -
It is repotted that the French Minister of
Maxine had ordered the ports on' the AtLentio
to_prepare to metre the Swedish fleet.
LiTZST-V0617004 drag 9.—The Ara
bia's news to-day imparted a cheerful feeling
to the Federal/ in Liverpool by , the encour
aging deductions drawn from General Banks'
The loss of the Anglo Baron has created a
The Berlin Cabinet held a council yester
day to consider the exodus from Posen, of
large umbers of young men fully armed to
join the Polish insurgents.
It is reported that the Minister determined
for the preeeot not . to declare Potion in a state
of elego, nor to close the amino of Parlia
Cracow, May 9,—The secret provisional
government of Warsaw has World a piociama-
Lion pronounelng severe penalties against any
functionaries in Poland who may attempt to
collect tiles for the Russian government.
Fresh arrests and domiciliary arrests have
taken place In Cracow.
Liverpool, May - B.—The weekly cotton mar
ket report was received by the steamer North
American, Breadstuff' have a downward ten
dency. Floor dull, and partially 8.1. lower.
Wheat darn and I@2d. lower ; !Red Western
9s.@9s. 6d . Corn quiet; Mixed 295. 6d.
Provisions dull. Beef dull. Pork irregn-
him Boron easier. Lard 64. lower and closes
dull.• Tallow unchanged. Achim firm. Pots
295. 64.@)301. 6d. • Pearls 31.5. @AIL 64.
Sugar very dull.. Coils* firm: ltio quiet.
Rosin dull at 265.®265. 64. Petroleum firm.
London Money Atarbst.—OonsOls closed on
Friday at 933‘496% for money.
ValY LaTra2.—Liverpoot, May 9t6.—Cot.
ton firmer, and has 'sightly advanced; sale,
of 16,000 bales, inehaingl6,ooo to speoulatore
and for export. The market closed with an
upward tendency: Breadstuff' are dull but
steady. Provisions. flat. Asheit tending up
ward. Linseed Oil firmer at 45i. Petroleum
buoyant for crude.
London, Mos Olt.—Consols are quoted at
93% for money. American securities firmer;
Brie Railroad 4905034, and Illinois Central
Railroad 42041 par cent. dizeotmt.
WasazaoToa, May 21.—Itiohmond papers
of the 19th antY2otit have been reoeived, from
which we entreat the following:
Mobile, May ltii-,-Two hundred and fifty
New Orleans 011111 . 1 are at Paecagoala and live
hundred more are to arrive to.night, convey.
anises to be sent them in the mail:dug.
A dispatok from Pascagoula, from New Or
leans on the 15th last., mentions a rumor that
the Hartford was blamed by larragut after
The Southern editorials are devoted to , the
news from Missheippl, and are very despond
ing In their tone.—The Richmond Sentinel, of
the 20th UAL, says there Were in the Libby
prison yesterday ,Yankee prisoners as follows :
Prisoners of war, 615; citizen prisoners,
sutlers, An, 14; deserters from they Yankees,
109; negro'', 20; total, 764. Sixty-ono
were realised yesterday evening from Atlanta,
ea., where they had been collected in differ
ent places. There are still a number of alit-
Oen on hand, With the rank of Colonel,
Lieutenant Colonel, Major, Captain, and
The Bestiarl, ot the 9th, o►)i it is reported
that the Confederate ►athortUee h►►e deter
mined to detail one Federal captain and one
lieutenant, with stew of retaliation in kind
for the hanging of two Confederate officers in
the West, by order of Gen. Burnside.
Johnston Defeated by Gen. Grant--
The Railroud Bridge Across the
/jig Black Secured—Vicksburg Cut
Olt from Supplies and-.Reinforce
Undress/mole, Teak, Bay 21.—Goneral
Sheridan's scouts report that the rebels admit
that Grant has 'Woad Johnston, and has
secured the railroad bridge ieross the Big
Black, thus cutting off Vicksburg from sup
plies and reinforcements. The; bridge is one
of the largest in the South.
N. Y. block and Money Markets
New Your, May 22.—The Mock marketUt
one o'clock to-day wu steady. Gold wu
quoted at 149%. The following are the quo
tations : Canton Co., 37%. Cumberland coal,
31. Hudson ' 130%. Cleveland and Pitts
burgh, 100. 17tacairo and Quincy, 116. Mich
igan Central, 117%. Chloego and Rock
Island, 103. Illinois .Central; Borip. 1143 i.
Tennessee 61, 73%. Reading, 116%. Rar
, 108. 7 Brio R. R., , preferred, 107.
Brie R. R., 993 g. New York. Central, 125.
Michigan Bouthern,lBl34. Michigan South
ern guaranteed; 116. 4isiena and Chicago
R. R. , 107. • •
Vallandigh am Seat.tionth
011110IINATI, May 22.—Tbe President bar
changed the sentence of V,allandigham, frdhi
eonnnenteut in Pert Warren, to transporta
tion through our lines: Be I to-day for
Louisville, on the guithoat Uxohenge, - ►nd
will be banded over to Biseerans, who, under
a tag of Untie Will deliver hill into the lines
el Gen Bragg.
lIIPOBTINI AND WROLDIALE DZ.& WIN;
aMa COAINBBOB BT., Pk fraddy6la.
Constantly to glom a luso easizsectaf Copper,
Zioo. Iron and Galjanlasskltan Bath Tub/.
Whits smA Marbled VIA' Basle.
able arid Marbled or 8106 Mout Basins. /
fillip Watar claret olallPlit.
Wear ‘lonets %dandy asa. , P , soll• •
Pampa, Bane, A..
Iron Biala. L
Iran and tnntellod Petals Wel, Bt. do.
1 . Irltallad Drain flpa,landa, Branche , and Traps.
Plntabons . Brass; and Meld Work/or every do
e:101os. .. •
Lad Traps and !Banda. Pine and Ckd . ar m :y a: d aa raot
Ponta, Hydrant Bodo, Tlombeir Hooks,' Narbla
Mak, Rubber Bab . &a, at ler?ill any hoa r In the.
country. ; .' /
IJAII, i I.oAlr PLYITVOIio, iu
N." buali . 1"-mii.-bi //1,4123d':11:11r2f1tt1..
in7/9 - i ' -
Kii 80Xjr,,,4301i Di Utigatited,)
UVS " sa° " )A C ' 'i sli t t l ei lititt .4; 1 . '
O IL BAHAMA-9U Crude Oil Bar. ram tOr Ilk* HINDI U. COLUfie,
'? TS' it URGEICJILkKKOTS. • 4
Munn' i11ay.22,12413. '
bald is a iti.Vle higher, being quoted In Raw York
to-day at 117 3 4,0. Here, the zaterotusetta &hoot as
last gaoled, our banker, and dealers refoeing to Rey
over 143,9118 ter Gold and Demand Note, and 1 3 2 go
133 for &inn There is bat little H6palliou triargl
(mania. °pante even at these figtires, the general
impression being that it. will egelerdeoline soon.
Eastern Exchange and Government Certificates of
Indebtedome remain onchamted.
'PHOVISIONS—Bacon is tee active , and prices are
a 'shade easier, thongir are has bons, Jot no
change. 'Lord and 'flees Po k are dell rod inactive:
we note stein Bales it ibon pre !km quotations.
Oltaiiii—There is bu t litila doing in this 'branch
of trade, and the market is anti, end prices are droop.
lug. We note smell tales of Oita from "nolo at 500
but titbits coroadared below the market; a ale of Gil)
bash primeold to arrive was roportedtit 60e. There
is no change in Wheat, Oorn or Hie.. '
FLOUR—There is but a - Milted demand for this
article, and the market is dultbni - unchenged. Bale
of 150 bids Zaire Flllllll3 , frpialton at from $0,25 to
$7,00 for common to chola. • ,
;GROCEUIES—Thu d?Otrlti la light, but the mat ,
het le linta and prince ate, folly maintained. Sugar
ranges from 1136 - to 13c; Oollee.D3 to 950, and Masi
am 55 to 60e.
'DRIED 1113.11/T—ie steady bat unchanged. Balm
of 13 tibia common Apples ai $1.1.6 per bushel and 40
bath choice Peaches at $3,45.
POTATOES—doII and drooping. Oslo of itoo Lbla
at from $1,50 to $2,00 per 554 and 400 bush Peach
Blows at 60e per, lnuthel.
SUTTEE &EGGS-Butterl very dulrand'prleen
aro Sunning ronglrig from 10 to 140 for common to
prino6 8011. Palo 917 bbl Egg, at 104311 c.
.CHEESE—BoIee to lute of 40 bill now W at
SALT--Solo trout store of 60 Ws No. 1 Extra at
rntsbnith Oh tuarket.
liar 22—There is a continued salve demand for
Orude and prices hire again advanaed front Ito 1)..i
cents per gallon. The supply la Ilea, and withlital
ted receipts, the market la very much excitkii; acid
firm. We quote at Di@:lle in balk, and 2110270 to
bble, with cahoot 10J0 bbl In two lota of 600 ooh
tank at 20e, and 600 Lade at 20X0, packages included.
d. sate of DX) bble at 21) , ,ic w. 14 reported, but thin le
below the market. Upon receipt of the foreign nitre
quoting Petroleum buoyant and Grua in LlierpoOl,.
the market closed Um, holders talking eatiortily
about another advance.
helloed is still advancing steedily and the mar
ket L.LLrm, with plenty of buyer,/ 'at our bolt quote-
Cons, but tTo tellers. In the absence of sales we
quote good standard brands at from 41 to 450 in bond
and 60 to 650 tree, and these are the eitremea.
By private dispatchea received from New York to•
a.y, we leain that Crude loaf 'again advanced there,
being quoted at from 321# Mc.
011. Core, 11110 change to prices,
but the, tendency la tip Ward.
6 private letter from Oil City says: Producers
me asking 81,6 e per bbt at the will, but there are no
bu) emit over 63,75 to $1,816
Petroleum iitNew York.
Max O.—Both Crude ant.l.llsdned bate been In co.
quest, and the sake and realties, ineleding contracts,
nave hteu very large at ciniatatirly
cos, the earlier:glee, jederiley laid the day helora 814
meat riveting that of the Mat sullen. CrydgeOld
us nigh ea 00 wars far immedlate delleerj, Lad
some C..s this prim was rohised. helloed" In boaili .
Ifor lmmaoLw delivery. sold a. high so 46c, though
moat of the eransacttout were at 44 sad mter.. The .
Wes for tuture deli eery (for July and Laigaet)reached,
450 and a duet over. aid bur Lee there has been an,
lawmen:4 demand, clootes with large isle. as iStid for
standard quality and color. The advance - ort.Orride
in the lan three days la 3 cent.; uallterlimd is a/4d, ,
ei sod so Free ti(o9c. The leleS lad relelee era
4000 Wile Credo, prompt delivery, in.1(047 graybty , et
:Leanne; emu do for country is nay; Jane, and July..
000923 to contract for ;MIN bill. was settled at 13}ier
Lew !Lenard m bond, straw Colorio White, 116%006
toot, duy.gta, cheerily ISig.l3, part go hi all.
loss In tie, el for lire alulea elms, 67yyoly 4 c far two
gal lap, and 49 for du dellrereels to twenty days, ; 0
ZiAN b 4 ,11 bar dollyyry ion Juao, July awl Aregast
(including swam el twacriote), 411015 ind It Valdez(
over; &Sou du in Philailelphm,"part Taly - and'latagtmt
iteoekli; 7utiri do roe, arc., Straw eider. to. Walley
StUrlelro Wet. 45•a66 VitaJeli; mad ada 119_
PAU l bbl. tiambactdars ertiti Ices armies., Wrath
0.10 wee 'maul last eetanlay 13h0 Ohio at.2l4Llto
tor Crude and hill Lieederlsed, and 27.50030 Perna:-
Mad, includlnel:3s delivered tu Ptillao•elphis at 921,'
all cash. •
MAT floor market 'omit:metier, and drill,
arid we note but alight trams:4lom at 114,8008,0 U Iw
fair to good epriog , extras, Whiter Whaat broad.
aro gamut outtrely ueglected—bujers and tellers
being too LAI apart on [belt sitoo to admit of traps
W best opened hot abd hoary, bot•closed firm wader
more fe.vor•ide advice trout New York, with sales a_
No.:. ad 'Waiter at 61,1•01,1034; B.O.:al Red
SIX; R. l tiPrOtt, hO. II spring, 91005 c.
and Rejected spring sit 180. Beada the sales WHOM'
there was itild bS sentplo • cargo of 16,b00 bashela ,
ttlinooeuts 'spring (graded No 1) from ample:dal bin in •
Ruch k ficott's elevator at sl, J f ob, and 709 bgl
amenlgao Nadia adoatatill,373ol.4o. At tho slows
there wu a good demoted Mr L tio t and NO' bkOr_ibir
to all Cal:milted and tiewYork orderly sad the mar
ku was dim.
The Coro market ruled Orally and gulot-at th
operdng, then became amilir, inn alter the aispattbea,
trom hew York were 4 t ved, cloud Tiiry , add;
with o etro.g upward ency. l Upward. of =MU
bushel* changed beede • 49V.461340 for Canal and
Ricer based Mired; Meier Yellow nod White afloat;
bdo fur Yellow end White; Corn In store; 4840834 n for.
Alined Corn In store, and 44448)0 for Rejected Corn
to more—the demand at the close being vary brisk at
CiNe for Mixed Corn in atm.. There was a.ille
1114WIllatiTO /*gaily, bat demand we. chiefly by ship.
Oats wore in good demand and study, with oak*
at 83,91331 c for No 11n ill Ore. ,Bp we. dell at, 730
for No. Ito shwa. Barley was more attire—No 2in
store selling at $1,20. tlighwinee were quiet 1119 e.
Cirveiamp, Muy 21.—now—:sales 60 .bbla 'bite
at 07.3; x übl• tine at 15.
Wbrat—fdatket u(.490 better, and holders ariquita
Ora at the advance. dazes on Chasgo to.day at
red op track at St 20, &ha ba red from store at $l3O,
LW ha umbrr rod about at 5130, and OW tna "Common
at at $1 3334. Sata unto 'Change to.
dry 6000 bush red lobat $1 30, and' 1000 bash to
at 111 I.'o.
°ore—There eras considerable frigult7 fur ear and
them being burooo car In market, bac was obt ained.
tis 4 -7 4 0 '4107,
imports by nailroad. " •
Prrrearrod. hr. WWII'S 6 CBl.oo tutudad,z.
May 2:4-11119 hams, J P Banns; 1 ear reapers,Lailah
Dickey; 100 bbl. do., Culp * dtdbepard; WOO lead,.
E D Dlthrldge; 00 Wu bazar, X 11 klyerelt ear, ID MAN
oil, 11 A fottneateck 6 co; 4 , 124 Lquor, .W ll:Wat
son:l2 cka barna, Cook, Pettltt 6 coa.bi bbba
Darla .1 Cele; 30 do do. 11 11 tlalltrud 16 dal do. .Leal
Wade; 48 to ham, lin.Parker, 65 bbla ell.:
Gaughey; 15 6 bga wheat, X Dakar; 600 pigs lead, TB
Cardleld; 150 bb.s dour, Grab= 6 Thomas; bble
Yugorder; 141 bp rye,D 11 Wella.e; GO
beta whisky, 31111er & D.lcketou; GO do do, bat A Slayton; 20 des broom, W A Sneathen; 2au
rye, J Ithodas; 21 01. bacon, U L Caldwell; 100 bbla,
dour, Idarkevito 6 Lbabart.
Prrrawynon 6 CLXVILLID Itmeoin; May
Iwo bull corn, 603 bga do, 'nod Bell 6 coy 9' 510-
Imam, II Biddle; 51 Obis oU, Perteork. Ball 72 . 10 : 107
bdta abaft., Y G 'Walter; 20 bus etteeeo,./1 Ogopogp
dodo, Ithomaker 6 Lang; U do do, 11 /11ddle;.14 'do
do, B Dadaell co; 20 do de, Webb & WBkI o /1'
bg. bArle3r, 0 0 /barley; 025 bush Gate, 111.0labigar,
Sturgeon ik co; 10 . ball b bl, 1141, 8 Coopor;41-•bblo '
cosy, Atwell, Lee 6 co; 110 ska ear., Bala 4 Ken; Pt
aka raga, B C !toward' 100 ttbla dour, 11 BUBO; 6
1= bacon, Stutter& Lazear; 62 aka wheat, Y W-
M/alb; 40 bus C/100110. W P Deck d ax 15 dd do; L II
Valgt la co. •
The otter is still receding slowly at this poLutivith_
scarce four Bet reported at Glee Ileum, The i vieM.lter
continues clear and hot. and Meiners at the hie* is
becoming dull. /
There has not been a single arrivoysince Go. poet
report. The Jenny Bogen and lie,nten, trout*.
cienatt, am the next koala n% , ere bad - been no.
departures up to last evening, ut It was laid thrf
Walla would lea*e fcr CM ' ati during th e ichtlit.
The Allegheny river packet, Cottage No. fl,bae en.
eared tie Wheeling tnide/ She left on her first t‘tp
We horn that Capt Wm, B. Benaldien siotuoude
Captain Baum= in d of the steamer Brake
Slop]. The Mar of the Floyd, Dlr. W. U. Seeti,baa
'purchased cue- Sird of the boat, but will still retain.
charge of tho Sloe. She testes for St. Bolds and all
immodiafe Mtn this morning at ten O'clock polite
end shippers ebould bear this he'
ThwEclipse, Capt. Wise, leaves for Ett.'Lonti and t
Bt. / Baal early this Moiwiug, • • -",;, jf. ..
?/Fbo live steamer 51.-Beetle, Capt. Nitaidpleaveit Itii
Cincinnati end Louisville this livening: —,
- • -
' Oapt. James Mellon, late: of Mu; ranny'llarker, lei,
rived bore on Tuaitlayttlirect tram Vicksburg.. 'Mpg:,
Mellon brought the Ar yie up to •CirtyllMlStl,WhOrst
, she is new..undorgoing palm. - 'l. it , ;4
The Wheelleit neck* ,B. 0; Baker, lo va the Me.:
tine hallway baring se e repeals done to Sher ktall..
She will ho reedy to receive business in a dal et SIM
The Princess, Oapt. Frank Ilanatta's hew *UMW
Le about emulated, ind we expect to see tar at the
S UGAR CURED HANW..-100.0.60 the
llit b.O Tadd'a .x e; O. Castaintati
note em toe late by'. - '0901t; PaTTTPIe W..
iper raw t ou.i
k r:VI Is moamanta
APSE, ). wido, :4101
lir colas fa 16 anis. be We
1471 W. Po liellinp4AA ft W 59101941
arra Erma pos-
Erriiof l _ o * 3 °/ 18 ;
Pimples ext it,tePsete,
Bore 4is t '
' l 4:llYisadi -
Old and Stubborn Moors,
• . Kereurial Diseaies„
Loss of Appian.
• NYilipsy or *its,
raralYsis or PalsY.
Syphilitic Diseases sad
OsFies of the tones.
rocurrasa wits ALL MOB, „.tiliz a . l iff
HAIIIIBQ TWOS °BIM &R A - DIPBEIP
BOBBITIO I Is Or THI BLOOD oa oraotra•
(148.19 OJ DUJIL A. BOLD
. , . . 44wenevs0ne Deerikor,. 0. lalk
De. 0.. EC Hewsket—l lake :plume In iekditea •
MD enhatteip gemmed In fa* al a soedlelsolpr
pared 'Pyle* della ' ”Lettbewei Durk Iliewcza '
I Iketlifkine. Ike in Fiats 0 . 4 Beipfath Irhkii.
• ;11 - r*iirceiiiO4ii. iml,. inrot•i4a on onto amours;
palnniniati, alitiiiik ilit Skelialr who" tled Qtr
aseespaU Detampareanksl tt aloe bridle 'cat ow m i .
arm-above and Wok the elbow, and eat Iniothaakto
samtilesbne se to expoie • heed win. Mu dhow;
on Aphisterenteti ler that wand mall gam •
' t4 "" mag i " Jim tai wink and bw visited
ikkbedioveliAlp in tope of rier" suttee well,
bid triedliveretaMl phyekhaw and Dall i s*
do iied. t in mioilinPeriesti Ism I ' y r , to
De "Ltinelirli!Twilto ma 21602 - I
. ti '
t j ' ai d --- / 5 0 "faiult 1,, Pi IW bgi
digit; I leek "Pod throe bottle[ al** ... it;A:
skews on ay heed end Impt a tobeg, ..1.. WTI
sew taken efghtat tea bola*. depleird DAUM •
ere enrttredy well exempt the eosin twiiakdnk tamer
kink lifttreai state *A I kr/1W • •• - • 1
• t.si i i bad tif * uzila v 111401.1 Thirl4l4 Siikbit
'ab,iiiittgbik rirprxpla. I lam iioiriVelt -• ' i:
Oil's' 03:if lain of op, sad I Jig odUtiiiiiiid d"
kel difirhat..l sin trail. ad favor ' • •• •
T40 1 40. 9 ;0 Pisa& I ireaK_La ital
amok in :ix imbed „sr do pled flat,eret
.foetal and Mat anything balm* kiinkiiin'
Grum .0/... Dr. K•nnz bad • PO O6O IF.PII ONA at 1
'sae 14 Dr. Oargs, the satletodekVbeeproletk '
well. It dnee mislay my iipderreale se bed wok -
mu Debt* I comeneneed tikkas the owdletne. -T • I
tan sea the potograpb, one of which Is now to Aisr , ,
- ondinonnh Ind 11100 O'. a. 49 TPA 01111.
'I *pal itbe Amt. iliiirf tits ..,14:14.Boartha, 1
Itiftreine nu* helm Dr. `tioioreiiil4
'tikik“kllitikaltidiek, des; fait•atitit
v i v
nriTni• tiiiesualll:4o 04.. lalikve7 l 6k l gliai'
- *Ole diii koOf filidl 1111v - iiiii4tiodi tail
Uri of the old, . .I . ,.teliop ,It Is t a pperildelktueoper:
1 'ind'hettir.i:Xleite feo ithakeed Iliaryqe •
to a iris! naii - of iii*ii4 to various disown,
yeedliwahrre ft hes helped tleilelmile of tkeik;"liciet ,
;deep pnldikrthlelf you vlilt; aid I Ino sesta= thse
Jill rho an &wow ima was miy ai oath. t
thls cdtp,Ne. 4 Pine skeet, and saktiolgiiiiiir otai‘
till. k Andereon'e Union itarii•lirarkli.'d - liii 1
Ran.' _ Won't ii. twin:"
A BLIND MAN. OVIIND
, .... 2,'
I Live In lingo. at Cnlnian WM.: la laid Dori
saheb , bllnd. to .Deti:mis for nairly *or :inn. 'i
qillsil as Dr.
_Love about Aim inclAtainii . s,*
asked him to stro - ke .4usumoidgetio lase • • • .
Ix lb* Spud In 2*1%1141'14 „11/Fteia ?I.: WO:
reed iici so ictilillthilvila to - P( tied. ;01411
Modicum Oitiiaiiti*Ofes 01, iabo, add wit* '
irii la the ilibilliiii r Air It fire or ,
042 7 1
'Demi Dina EA:AMWAY . . and-inn nibi
•bat soy ORM Magi , lawn snontivittoi,,
Oar / ams oltS , Of nbt•Veni ' a .fininaill7 a*
now we DonnV ‘ nt., ..k by. 4.l).,ievlait
good lithisurof.ww?, l 2l, l 4 ll2 o
, xl7. ciatt.:lo:l - % .. 0 ly ism as Wire ;
Ma aNi. , tanilitli Blood &wane mill
sgish.., ... ~.. LI 7,1.11 MI ElNxicthbv t
ritubingb. July IN WIL, . , Ottneoa suu,...susi.. i f
Witam-3111. I. 1118:1: , 146. - see 4,..... A le.
dull o .!ti.! . , . /
. .. 4 _BAD. , URA", . ,
- 3 i -:- • ..2 C . , ..:1 ,
.1.. i ...412,1-1.1 I
' I:4-1 Itarb3 rat)
amoral+ vial ilsilegas .int.rta,... -'..
--thailv.a , wi f ,„,i ith,...797:13.
....a l, . baitt aoatorb 11. u/
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llsissOit ualllrocietbo itgrattetti•/:
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Mph and PhdWWphia, and waking direct maw
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run'iliiiing ;kis :MMokatocon tiie obeys ports
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vintissagarillirmar City, East tLiloaw
Pott Enron, Lexingtim,
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Aoattuuttd - Tow ovary WEDNESDAY
l6 t MI o'clock,. 3,
A ltiraisklair poeillkvaltod ovory - EATUBDAT
tioliplitirgotkletAiSilm will 'memo prompt at-
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so au AIM boat. oltkikalkkliVe lo Mons.
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folVactiflo o to roommate trim.
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Remr, L:Stagwalt, .
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