The daily Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1863-1866, June 01, 1863, Image 2

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    - . A number of years ago, M. Lemurs, $ 7
French . engineer, made an arrangement ;
- , With the Viceroy of Egypt, .abject to the i
7, ,
,Approval and sanction of the Sultat of
/.. Turkey, for the privilege of constructing-a
- ' ship 414 from the Mediterranean to the
Bed' tee, debauching into the latter at
. • ; . Sues, -It appears that M. Lessees never
obtained the sanction of the Sultan, but
went on with the work in some kisid of
oonjanotion with the Viceroy, the latter
laborers by conscription, 20,.
.. - 0004, the former furnishing the
Roads
~"ngineering skill.
teal
. , - This is a 0114 project in itself, and is
. ~: • - - ;donbtisistatogether feasible • but between
, . the dull Wiliam of the Turks and the
jealousies of the greet commercial powers,
- -.lkhaa been delayed until now, and may
-' 'delayed some time longer. If finished,
I t would be to open a maratime
iltl itz
WI y between Europe and the East In
dies, China Australia, and all the vast
regions, continental and insular, washed
by the Indian and Pacific Oceans, without
having to double the Southern cape of
either Africa or America.
Itis clear that the nation which succeeds
in achieving such a work as this, and con
trolling it when finished, would acquire a
footing in Egypt against which the pnblio
' power of the Sultan would be as nothing;
and it was that oonsiderition doubtless,
which induced the Sultan-to vied. Egypt a
fry weeks ago and put hi. foot upon it. He
ordered the work to be suspended until he
received such guarantees as the safety of
his empire required. He says that the
company having commenced to work at
• their own riot And expense, they cannot
complain of its stoppage without compen
, - - salon •'-- yet the Porte is. willing to rebn,,
buns t i he expenses of the conapany,in which
' ease the latter would surrender the proper , .
..- ty. and'the works in return for the repay=
'
meat, and in that event the POrie, in ion
art with the Viceroy, would adO • pt such
z , mamma as might be most appropriate for
t editing the ex e cution of the mork t Thie
is an exceedingly.liberal offer on the part
of the Sultan, as he agreei to pay debts
which he never incurred; and the offer is'
more remarkable whenit is observed that
the original contract between Egypt :and
hi. Lessees made the' anent of the Porte
indispensable, and hi. Leasers' prom
s. ised to Obtain that' consent 'in . eighteen
- - months, and had 'never done s o .
~
It is very,7prehable that the finger 'Of
' Greai Britaim And peritips of Russia, is in
the action - 4i the Sultan. The Sultan more.
,
over, protes ted against LIMEY - stem of forced
•-:; labor, liii4;r.,which the enterprise was being
prosecuted. He, however, seems detersain
edAhat if the work is to be accomplished at
%it shall be done by his own authority,
// ra'''' Made'
nd be , s means of sapping that
• /•'Untltority
~ end , menacing the integrity
• ,y,•,/,• /of / his empire.
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•', Z , ' Tsar the rebels could send reinforce.- '
menta l Rem Charleston, or Richmond, or
~,,, Murfreesboro, to relieve Vicksburg within
/ ~./ ' the fifteen days mentioned in the intercept.
/ ieddispatch from IsarlDAvn to PiILEIZTOS,
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/ti incredible. It would require, at least,
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ESZE3
-;";.// 60 , 000 'ta 6 0,000 men to enable JOSEITOS to
,/ raise the siege. at Mr. Cormons_ say.
/ that the railroads in the rebel States are in
/ / so wretched a condition that they cannot
,` carry reinforcements to Jones roc in Mb
/ sill ippl at gre.ol., rate than fifteen bun
dyed num a. day, and carrying so many, the
railroads could not carry supplies for the
rtmy. Wrecks of carp and locomotives are
.sea ' l 4ll along the. road sides and at the
tensinir
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MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1
Ike Suez Canal..
Tao Situation at Vicksburg.
The 81. Louis Repubfiece, of Friday, fur
- - lashes the following letter, dated akToung's
Point, May 28d, which presents a cheerful
view of the situation. It would seam that
'Oen; Gas= arilloipated an attack in the
rear, but lie was prepared for it:
“As territe.here in the cool of the early
morning, the sound .44 our mortars slowly
booming on the other side of the stream re-
I :minds ms that another day of siege has be
gan for the handsome oily over the way.
It is now a city girt with fire: our gun
boats in front, our army, inspired by re
cent summates, coiled in ita rear.
' , Will Grant take Vicksburg? Deoldedly .
yr. The dangers of his superb, romantic
campaign .ars past. While marching from
Grand G u lf to Big Black, by way of Jack
son and Bolton, his progress was brilliant
but perilous. A stogie mistake or disaster
might have overwhelmed his army with
• remsdikas ruin. But the mistake was Sot
awls, the disaster did not come. At Port
Gibson, et Raymond, at Jackson, at °ham.
, pion's Hill,. (Midway Hills, or Baker's
Creek, the bawds has three names,) and at
• Big Black bridge, om brave - veterans of
the Rest drove the rebels before them like
Mumi - p. Johnston retrectsd northward from
Jackson, and has • not yet rejoined the
Viskaben insurgents. Pemberton went
lilt from Vicksburg to capture Grant, with
sixty plow of artillery—be fed batik with
time.
:' - -"Now, how can Vicksburg fail to fall
The ground in the rear of the town is
cut plateau, out by • thensand ravines, a
great sheet.of little hills. On a half circle
of alxnat two miles from the heart of
the town, ars the rebel defenses. On an
exterior led! circle of hils, lust as high,
liseCter army, its, artillery occupying just
• as rionustanding Positions as that of the
samay; while from the Yazoo we can get all
the supplier we need.
. PA* seven siege guns which the rebels
.lefis •at Haines' Slug on the 10th, white
marched In between that bight
end. the city, are probably by this time
• awned, wins& the rebel works.
"Bat some say that Johnston is coming
.
is roar. - He may *Dm now if he
••• Be must collie ova those same
'hills, through those same ravines of which
I havespoken, and he Will Awl them the
plea of death."
Gar. Dramas rurassao to Move,—A
Chaslaasti dtspitok of flatarday, says
. Gas. Bartels! hal 'bawd . order No.l, as
. I- sodas oarastand of Oa troops la ILoatasky,
asopt the Xlath Amy Clospa sad tika.
• . toes dtvishot, with hoadqualon at Lasiss
-,.. sus Pals; as& 807/0 hs• ands if
• _ road aid &op, Valls thAtadhallt ha Etat*.
• —Thasatnogsmwatfladla tathatGaaml
Baustoz lo prayslitts for a mom A latter,
mitten a day or two ago, from °Weiland,
Radio the probable statement that ha is to
Ink e the Asti tattk the Niatit Army Corp., and
• Ilipatroops, sad plows throsigh Saatasky to
feria sum
OP ADJ. ass. Taolus.—A. Cairo
,Aissmelt, of,..the 1911 i, says t "All. Goma
:Theism poled &rough Cabo to4a7,
fassisville. go is viry sliols , so auk
otitis& it 1s thought Witte will kis, I* stow'
kulebors like: . 1101 pike lb . paooat." ,
.• Toni sow ololqi•frirliioil or drop
litters (to be odoptoff Job/ Ist) orIU *oho Uke
postoolt of (*googol iloolltoos.
Genii Smith's Speech at the Utica
Vadat League Cetnveatioa. '
We give a few - eatssets from the speech
of Gorda Smith, delivered at Utica blithe
26th:
SZE CAUL.
I ask, what is this common cause that
has drawn us together? Just here give me
your special attention. I ask again what
is this common cause? Is it to save the
constitution? Oh! it is inexpressibly more
than that. There are many good, patriotic
men, who don't-wish the oonstitntion saved
as it is; they wish to have it altered. I,
for one, would not have one word of it
altered; I have pleaded for it with lips and
pent more than any Democrrat living or
dead. I would not have one word of it al
tered. '
Well, if this common odinie isl4 ,i it. to save
the constitution, is it to "
save th Union?
Ohl no! unspeakably , more than that.
There are good men and wise men, who do
not like all the terms of our Union; I like
them all. I have never taken in my life,
with lips or pen, the slightest exception to
any of them; and probably never shall
Well, is it then the saving of the 'solidly'
that is this common cause. It is not even
that, for there are many good men who do
not like the present boundaries of our
country. - They wish it to be made smaller.
For miown part, every rod' f it is dear to
my heart.. 1 would not have one star pass
from the national flag. Not /even poor
South Carolina. I love her for the memory
of her noble men who Stood by, the side of
our revoltitionary fathers. ; ; I love her for
another reason: I love her for what she
will become again when ehe shall hive come
out of her present degendraoy and madness.
Well, now, if this common cause which has
drawn us together is 'not the saving of the
constitution, nor the saving of the Union,
nor the saving of, the country, pray, what
then is it? My answer will be—and it will
, leap up from all your hearts to your lips—
it is the putting dosin of the accursed and
causeless rebellion, we all stand together at
this point,..whereall good and just and pa
triotio men can and stand with us And
that Is the very point where unpatriotic
and selfish men refuse to stand with us.
,' 811PP11338186 run IMBELLION.
The putting down of
418
rebellion must
helms, come what w constitution, and
Unto*, and even.doun : I hold that our
duty to justice, in putting down this rebel
lion. is infinitely more commanding_ and
absolute than any duty we owe to the Con
stitution or the Union, or even the boends
-ries of our country. I claim that we are to
go for putting down the rebellion uncondi
uonilly. Can you go that? . You are not
to say, we will consent to put down the re
bellion on condition of saving of the Con
stitution, the saving of the Union, or the
•saiing of the country; you are to eel, we
go for putting down the rebellion unoondi.
Atonally, and that is just where these trai
torous enemies will not go along with us.
What! some one questionime, Would you
go for putting down this rebellion' with all
the possible risks that the Union, the Con-1
'Citation and the country might go down
with it? I answer, I would. I answer, I
make no calculation at all at that point.
My only duty has been, from the first, the
putting downof this rebellion. And hence,
some old Abolitionists, perhaps, would ask,
.Do you go for putting down this rebellion
at all possible hazards, that slavery ogy sur
vire and be stronger than evert r would. 1
run that risk. I have no conditions to
make in behalf of any of my hobbies, and
have not had since the day the news reach
ed me at Pet/shore of the bombardment of
Sumter. And now lel me here say, that in
my philosophy, the putting down of crime
cannot bring any harm to any good, cannot
bring any help to any evil. Hence the put
ting down of this rebellion, which is the
crime of crimes, cannot bring any possible
harm to any good, in the Constitution, in
the Union, or in the country, or in freedom
—none whatever. I call it the orime of
crime".
• PASSION HEEDED
And there is one thing more we need to
cultivate, and that is resentment. Can
yon go that? We need more resentment to
fight the rebels as we ought to , fight them.
That has been onr want all the way
through- Perhaps some one would remind
me of the prayer, "lather, forgive them,
they know not whaethey do." Now I hold
that this resentment is entirely compatible
with the highest civilisation and purest
Christianity, and entirely consistent with
forgiveness; but, moreover, these rascals
do know what they do. Oar loyalty is to
be unconditicrnal. We have tried our Gov
ernment, and we can trust it. I do not
say that we are bound to agree with It in
all its view. of tariffs and other things; I
do not say that we are bound to approve
all its war measures even. It is entitled
to our loyalty, because it' has abundantly
proved itself to be honestly and earnestly
intent on putting down the rebellion.
A POSITCAL 15A1317/4
Some persons are afraid that this grand
Loyal League, into which I would have all
right men of the North, Routh, East and
West antes, will becomes pirty machine.
Now I would hare this grand Loyal League
a mighty power in politics. I would have
it work day and night, to keep out of po
litical office every man who is not uncon
ditionally against the rebellion. Ido not
say keep out of office Democrats or Repub
licans, but every man who does not stand
by " the government, who is not =condi
tionally for the government. I have never
is my life voted a Republican ticket. For
I am, as I think, a Democrat of Democrats.
Not a sham, spurious Demoors4 but a man
going for equal rights of all 'men. Put
down the rebellion, and the Union, and
the Constitution, and the country , will
take care of themselves.
The Honor of a Martial Ca
At the recent meeting of the Loyal League
of Utica, New York, a letter from General
Sickles, concluding as follow; was read:
Nothing will contribute more to the mar
tial spirit which the exigencies of the times
require, than to make the profession of tams
the passport of honor to soldiers as welt as
chiefs. The brave men now returning to
their home; after a long period of faithful
and heroic service, shpuld - le met every
where with affectionate Isola= pad -hearty
oendtanditlon. If Aleablid by the casual
ties of service so that they cannot so-enlist,
a just Government 'and a generons people
should accord to - them preference in all
public and•prisate employments; and this
should be extended to the bereaved families
of the hal= brave. 2
A martial people, maintaining their, own
free institutions, will not regard, thil con
eaription cot as a bard method of compell
ing a sacks not. dne. They will rather
accept the national enrolment u a just
mode of ascertaining the order in which
those who enjoy the prohrotion of the GOT*
gramma shall perform their part in its de;
tense and support.
In all wars ' whether waged in the inter , .
ast of human ity or of ambition, the great
reliance of nations is upon the poor—those
who have only a home to lose and 'll country
to save.' Yet, in a republio, neither riches,
nor office, nor social position ihonld furnish
any ground for exemption from- military
sack* Every man not exempt . forlactual
disability, who, by evasion or fraud, fails
to enter the ranks when drafted la time of
war should be forever ineligible to any
post of , honor or emobusent, and all bis
property escheated to the State he diaboli
c= and would betray to its enemies.
Putt r Swou To TUX STur.—
Among the speakers announced to address
the copperheads of Newark, -N. 3., at a
maw Vallandighent demonstratian on Sat
urday nut, we notice the nanui of Hilts.
John Porter _Esq." We Inoue this re•
raw to the Quaid. of that name) who , hal
him ditualasit front the radio service for
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wittduefiont#3o,7, ,
.irettet,nUdi T he tub.
110 will not bcflpVer t *Fir, .- ,* ' . .,f
Isottaippat livskoviris- t girths'
qui apelbghd of the most of an
the Northern gympandiers with the dui
holders' rebeilkut.-44 Y. *caw Itvg.
PUBLIC .rorregg.
OMR FIFTH. PUBLIC MIMIC
Of tb• tOmses of the
United States Christian Commission,
Will be bee THIS ITEM% at I% °Week. In
the MST INGLIS/I LIITHILEtkI)I MUM!,
Um B. Ellis.) on Sinrenth street. Addrrous will
be &Humid. by GZHILGE H. BITAHT. Zi., of
PhClidoiptgis. Pr Neat of tho Ooo=Woo, mot
Bor. 0. P. LltrOND of Wealth:4km.
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All An cordially Invited to gland th 4 meatlag.
JAM
10.0 N 1 UN (X.W.EIT If OM r EN.
71011.—the loyal voter or
au
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tY. want sopporten of the Ad s manlanda m e
ta.
rigorotte proareatioa of the Wax for the Oaks. us
tiquoited to wont at the& zonal places of hotel*
eleotkras,ch UV:BOAZ the 30th day of May bat..
bang th t lkiorday of the month, In lb* atter.
soca of ridday. to Wood two delegaks from wit
Motion dadaist sad puha t ta the twat, , to rep.
:T aut
theta In the Union Oatreatlea wbkh will
ametable to the Chart Home, to the City of PIM&
burgh, on TtliaDAY. the lid day of Jane next. It It
Vale* n. m. of to day. Tb. °Wet of A.. Oen.
matters to to place to nondestkm candidata foe We
bUowtntomom,vint
President Judge the Dtarke Chem
Pie• Moberg of As Home et Roprmealatien.
=er Deral;, 80.
Begieer
Oferb qf Owerta
One Orrefp Onatakirkwr.
Diraidir of Ow Poor; and
&Wake to the OM Mien Ckeesitioni.
The primary meetinin sal be bald tn the Town
ships (esneptfai Peebbm and Collins.) between the
hones of 4 and 6 e'dook p. m., sad to the Wu* end
Boronghe and in Peebles and Collins Township be
tween the bolus of 4 and 7 p. m.
The voting to the cities and boroughs be be by
ballot, and In the townehips by bettor or mark:tabu
esohleiniebtp may determtne.
By ardor of the Zzeonthe Ocormiltbre.
CIL B. NZOLIT, Ohalnesa.
4AB. L. StITHISLAID. Noy.
wrylisleirt4T
. 112011ZTAR1'll 01110;
Minima t tinsmith Ilausom Co..
• Cimetend. hay 15th, 18h.
WA SPECIAL ISLEKTING OF TAB
ffroaKEIOLDIRS ot tau Company MU to
held at it. Mice to Cleveland.= WZDNIEIMLY, the
ht day Of July text, el 10 o'clock a. m. on eald day,
to tate into consideration the propriety of lacreas•
is the Capital Stook Mho Company to assususuat
saindent to allow of the a►anedoa of its Rothe..
loads. The transfer Books Os clot= in
tvos
MA to July Yd. I. 11000. WELL.
inithltu banot•ry.
tantota or Psaaararaata ISSOILLIRIZ Co.,
Pittebenh., Nay Nhht IBeL I
O,T HS DIRECTORS of this Company
barithts day dasliad a 'Mama of /11111
Ptt 01INT.eat of the volts al the het da MOW,
applkable to the toderaton a stock obllgstioas
stook not My pliar-lapould parable to bolas* cif
pale op stock la oak oa &mod.
• N. VOZOI'LIr, Priedeat.
T. Ginza SPROUL. OW?. mss hlas
1W ATTENTION, DISCHARGED
BOLDIIMB I—Prommet toy intend Orden
No. 105, the Board et Borolhomt yin men deOy, at
t o'clock p. is. at their Booms , Odeon Baden& 4th
street, Ihttebiugh, when dlansmid odious sad
widen desaing to ester the for Olors, aes pn.
nut thesneeiro tor examination by BlBltera.
J. L. 811111801, Caplan
m 25 sad Provost Manna 201 O. is. Pe.
O•CITIZENS' BANG.—,A Special
Meeting of the StookhoUler* of *baba will
will be held on TVZSDAT, SN day of Jane next, to
moulder the priprlety of ergudalagose far as preo.
slosh* ander the era of the hut Oongreee of lb. U.
5., entitled why Ad to provide • flatboat Mrs
rency." Was. 5111.1=11. Pirlabilut•
Pittsburgh. Kay N. 1563. usebles
[Oz •NOTIOL—Tho Lkibeoription Books
of Iho Mow rite Aniseßlauu
Oompooy =Us= opus at the 11111aorM
CiOveltti & 00., Bank Block line lino% math tar
tbs. nabs.
POLITICALL JrO27ICE&
.jr - F O B ASEIEMBL Y.—Auramo
sum. of Alllogbany elev. wILII be Ilmlbre lb*
- Maim County Omit, Coaoreatiou cos commildsto tar
tta• above ale.. bias
o.llB6llliiilLY.—Ths friends of COL.
T. M. Hem will present hts mune Wen
the Melon Comm Ckeveation r. esartidete he Me
oboes ettke. from myth.l Me Mete Ither.,_ Se
10•A8EIEltiBLY.—Jogar J. Qs; of
Plittburgb. lOU b. prenatal as b candidate
for the ab - me padilon, subject to lbs derives of Lie
Oslo. Goiania ricaveation. sordf• o
0.1/0B - ASSEMBLY, (North side of
the Ohio isralsr,
W • snit awe 6r tM Owe poste
tign, nth*: to the &dem of the Itazt Usk* Oane
tr 00. aatiam. • • sylhcte
10• FOR ABBBILBLY, its B. HIP"
sos —atm B. Bitsam of Boapton town
ablp..lll praoat saao for abotaition lot Le.
warty to nu ljoh a (loarantkro, to to held /aloof&
worlik. to
fr - PREdIDENT JUDGE OF Tilt
syS , DIVIIIIIO I' COURT —.limos IllAaOcnoccu.
toMg., (of itobb llsoOonnolOullltswitd foe
r the obovo Was fie moduli Union
Minty Cottosatioa,
soyilbleoto MLOY DILINkI2S.
Ly.FOB COUNTY TILEAtURBB•-•
Mare Aiw, Jr. et Peebles teunAV, yin
s eLesidete kir the gene ear% eaWare le de.
chaos Orbs art UnteeCkaninatteri. zed.
COUNTY 00111IISSIONEB.
—Amax Dmi r Pittsburgh DhOrkt. Osto
the Bluth Worda will b o • atimiLlato Oinstj
rocoesisdoner," subjsd to ths &midst ot ths Intim
Gooey Cloovs4llol. - s Mito
W( F OR COUNTY COMMI&OONEB.
Bums Lava al the mg at I.torgb,
vIII b teats UN Union -Camay Oaans tkit
a candidata tar ta. labors egko. vaikta
WiTOB COUNTY COMMISSIONS&
Chown linanutos, of Plttitourily will to
candidate for County Oonindosicsuir, tattlect to Ali
dscition adios nett Minx Gonvontlon.
Watt,
1 . 9.1 1 '011 COUNTY 0011161118143NKE4
—J. G. Coauroms. e gnievemeg. will Ye a
candtdot• tor tho ohm odic% tuldoot to tho doolobist
of tho Next Union -County Ooniantloo.
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10.17011. --BICCACIRDEIL—Asmii
Ours; et Mint tosrualdp, *lli be os wadi.
date Oar liaccarder, subject Was decision of rye swat
Cub's • Ocentutlen. 'eal&to
RECORDER.--Huris BEM.
tr, of the &month Ward, Plttabargb, yin to
o reminds** Ow Itamodor, outdo* to the dootdos of
Lb. Union Oortety Oonosatloa. • llsto
O.FOII. 111142118TE8.—Ituxic
of Pitt twinkle, till be a esaildete ke,
bestater. autiest to flee declaim of the Craton Oottate
Ckeivnatfoo. Illue
WOB, REGlfinft.-.WN. Gus% of
Bobbsost towinbtp.wW be • =Aida* tit
the acre Waco, *abject to the datiidos of 144 i son
trotou °maw Oosmialko.
WFOR VICOD3TIIO. —Jaws Err;
of trpyor Bt. OWototrathrtn b &aut.
Moto tor Iteightir, ontylot to the ditddat of tlio
OnttottembottocOaroontAloit. othfroto
FOB REGISTER,
Wwag J. Ilaciumim
Imo asiiksr 16,011101 stll•glititrof WEEK
ars, of Ons, misty r astfoot a tie *deka of
the Union . • oouveattot.
BUS CLERK Or TES OMITS.
lairmind of Meatier/ :try whip,
will be csedhlatel , for Malt of tie Marta, ra tat
to the dew GLAD( the lie ire Coast, Ho fer
n• - •: FOR CLERK Or Tall COURTS.
uvir. —wg. A. Bnfor, et Pik
0 amadidato kr OM *. 01 w 0 liii !°ln n e l rr
Cburty, arkkot - ko. the timaka of tbrilmin t
Nom! curiae Carnalka. shit Ito
fr FOB CLERK OF THE °CURTIS.
loetY Goma, et Whaler township, will be
Won tbe Milos Cessiy Ocwreatlme r • quidielate
kw Cock lASI* Oasis - •44:6*
aDniMITEIVNI4''m
ANCONSTER. PROP/liar
, ILLS 'Asa limitary 'Mier 41,81111 s
ft.a.• sad lot of pond Ibt unit inane
OR Ghanian A pply nil; andinnil .. 61 XisSia and la
pod win. A to ' • . •
IN _S. OUTHBIZT it 110111. Mirkaitt--
OB WALT•BTBEBT,.frorienoWni
Let stoke boons toes ter eabesith SUMS ho*
by Int ntst, &sp. . Temwthwietti ortoesulader
In mins yenely mom& Apply to,
L 00*1111101T SQIII, al WM*
, .
VALUABiaIiiiiiitDIOAIA • PURLI(*
TIONS,
Woods` Practice el - 11411101.4. 2.744
Woods' Illinaposes gal PtuirowiNagy. 9 vol
Waisq's 'maks at VOW&
tralvonsi heraulary.
Ono' eistwo of tlary.q a vol.. • '
Mal %l utlay. 11 vela. Lowy *Qum. -
Daselloca's 111•111/21 Diatio•
Wibno'. Emu Aa . ,
Oupszatea .
Tar ado . £ 00. V. Wail arra:
pUBLIONOTIOS—Iit taboriiiiiie midi
do id et Asesekt, lasseemiballie MAP
WO Quite Illetteeetiosperkleeks - 1,01 be
ed Gm.
ima to
NJ
dirk' akage.
abuts'. . is ILMA elf MIDIUVI, ea
AMlDA:filit et .Tu' la Wlock lb a l
Art epee all a
. laulellaisiemFeammozUllumu. - -, 1 4
Mid
w 11002 410 zolut ..•,‘
iL Malll u. T. a.m r.
no. IL OAS . L it. Liaelifer.
Wk. lioollsllXr.
aid odor ClarrisMa6 MUM
Jrair 4wrigiernrietz.rrs.
sPzow, NOTICE!
STRAW GOODS !
R IBBONS!
AND
F . 1., Cr NV TZ, S I
Oa MONDAY, Jane let,
Ns ‘lll open • sow sad cot stook of BATS,
HOINITS, RIBBONS aad Ir-LoWsits; to wblall
w. fennel Cho attention of Itllllineas sod other
wkokside buyers.
JOSEPH HORNE & Co,
77 slk 79 MARKET STREET
aldlt
FOE VERY LATEST FROM THE
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
Roos ono of the BMW YORK DAILY PAPERS
We deliver Moto to all parte of tlus city tr Till POI
Mir XXIX POBTID.IIOII
Ito NZW YORE DAILIES waived every mow.
'in& nay contain haat norm from Um Army
IMPLuseo your addror with tbs Unit;
JOHN W. PITTOUK,
oproaris Till P. 0
M' AIINOW YODX, PIULADIMIL!, AND
OIDOINLIATI DAILY PAPIPS o i Is bind cm
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pHOTOGRM'S ALBUMS
PHOTOGILLPR ALBUM&
PHOTOGRAPH AILBGHIS.
PHOTOGSLP2I
PHOTOGRAPH ALBCIWS.
SMOM39BA.PB ALBUMS.
3033.15 T P. H-ITN-T,
Masonte Hail, Filth Street,
Zan no:oohed soother large lot of titcoe aepotb
PHOTOGIMPH ALBUMS,
PHOTOGRAPH ALGONA.
taorocaupa ALBUM,
IiBOTOGIBLPIt ALBUMS,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM&
Wile► kt &Nara sad eLlasoe la* unrupsawL
Mr • largo stook of CARTES DE VIDITIB
on haat.
cutirstris.
,FLOOMI OIL CLOTHS.
Ws we WILL the balsam of our Wilting Monk of
New aad Desirable Goods,
Lis very oasslettabls !silts:Ron In prim
McFarland, Collins & Co.,
71 /SD 73 FIFTH STREET,
ay2ll lIXT DOOR TO 11111,POR? orrlas.
NEW GOODS I
The nalers of the Geslivi ken by uotteed that
leffaiLLAND, No. 66 Fifth Street,
am jut noatnd tram the Lit a largo and Tubed
iSicalasat
LADINN. ADMIN. AND CHILDDIN'S
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Balmoral"
Aka, mire UD BOW
Boots. Shoes, Gaiters sad Balmoral.
11.11 dadtlai airar atylaa sad dare seas. ahead
an awl Mauna tears booted.
Eqso
BRDPORD SPRINGS.
' papaw mummer resort w W be opeied for the
sesommkeestlos of stators ea the 10mt 01' Anil
1111! and will be kept spat mall Ist *l'M:teller.
lbe EAU will be leader the *up of experienced
lostallude sad were ansampaset hem been me& to
goo satire sittallectlea to guest&
lbs &Weed Unread sad Os completed hi • few
dap to Want Dellis Station, oti sad one
half•
males
ems of UMW, and from that plant pamsomen wlll
gad to tie ',pelage la ant clam becks mad
,• • .
AMP" aringeatents liars bola meads to *apply
%Coldest.. eet.'
to
e 10222 10110224 al tie Mowing life. se du 1171245:
Tar hill larra i lialbpril) 20 6211026.-42 CO.
S Meal, ( 3 CO.
be 11 2 •20 0 4, 002) so' s 00.
, Modem addrisied to 12 AMDEL2O2I. Bed.
bstdolosplly fiats,(ol wager oat to say part of
/ 11 • 8 •Wl_ 137. Ma &drat& ea puncture dlrso.
tfausailid4 t* Or sarktat bands.
lhvonwilkiarram.orasy futforaistui sonc•rn
in 02 WM%vtll plias 2400 m, "TAB PRO.
lIIIRTO2IO 111012012 D Mules."
ANOTHICEILRICIVAI4 -
ittPCOLLISTESK at. BIER,
101 vooD .sow 40•0trost stab strut,
or Z
. . ,
Am am ' tail laipot sad awl moped...
intlaata ot i to tat ollql. osobssOpg SO
Ma gag* of um aalodolloia mot. So ablia
heetWeoll/
ttM utostiols se tbe mit ehlt the 1, 1
potrally; .21M,i/rOolattaten. ou km&
• 'norm Nuratid's Onum t
Ronetb driset. Pitindrondr, Clit. NMI
LL` WHO DBBIRIS TO ENLIST IN
Az._ OM Patinifor Reidinent of akar, now In
Ma sem are bum/ reqemood to Orr eat ihmuntme
oillAtiedor4lle Rat Aid; dap to Um Baud
of Rudiment ta do tits RieMd.Tii., '.Mn , tie
'Read will ezaranni all mod stplicente and 'Meer
sup tidir Mum Ibr Mutes I end* snob
lite Raid truspertaties mill be Bindeited to to
Rim* Ileodmiattel‘nleis ttwf 111 / 1 bo loottoul
Ind Melte the regnier bunt. end theme be tor.
to VII Ultlntat tIII-matiretrot. 808.
,
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end Provost
of Mid = a im
,
Biithuibm .1.A.111i •AT YUMA()
41414411,:41:1L0ta Dill/ova lAA Mbwysburg. at
YN Bbagmbets MAW tat ea tM Use of lb• 4.4tb
merfersapt Mailtray, WM be' band at PROUD
prtabAA sAMATITMDAT. Ma solh
ma et SWAMI to. r .
ilaw-oardbizok.eibib;th• - tmehadiri OM
1110 M mu' losilasAtt, vitb Mark l o wed by
IA4III OM EMMA, - -
, WILLIAM VAUD.
is tudniaer ISUDIVIS
/Winn •
A. ' •I* , Jr MAJllAblitt MU Dr. It
br: s .sw,, •ol: rommL T .
40.. 7 azunking eibil iv A t t si T 2 : 00..
0444 a1t i 7
51A02710 nem virsour PArs,-and it.
ii", of th e NNW . TN illklll Ibi .10114b04 01
r e - 4=tior =ft ti or r4t e parrolly UM
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t illiorkOmllirli R.
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wow iw►; - %~,
XElr. 4D rEstr/sffmxwrs.
rpallerfEit'S SALE of the valuable
J. propirty keoim as the
f
By tut of a Deed of T rout. made oath. Met day
of hi rob. 186 8 . ottween Henry Moors end others,
cos lug the late Arm of Norton. adman di Cb.,
of to ewe part, ma mr elf, as Mates, of the ether
pr r c I will, on tha TfirlTO (10tb.) DOT Of PONS,
MEP at the hour of 10 o'clock a. we. offer lbr sale the
pro My heroine ter dernitsd, and will dam the
4: 1
sal AIM precisely at 4o' p. in , of the said day,
at the trout door of the rt Dome of Ohio county,
anl State sr Virginia, tn the Olty of Wheeling,
whfeh will be sold to the beet mad kbiturt bidder
thtrefor„ the following L e boa property bt one
wroth:hit Is 41 eal 1 That PIP= of land in the
Path Watd of lite Olt, of Whmitag. containing two
acne, on which haw. been emoted the Palling Mil,
Call 7setory sod other buildings of the Belmont
Iron Works Ocnipsny, belonging te the fate Arm at
Porten, Autumn a Oa, true her with the strip of
land, er landing, on the kat mid. of Water street,
and &brevet of the Reid too scree, a:tending-Prom
se d street to Mw•water mark in the river, which
were hereteftwo Marreyed by Jeeeph OeLimill sad
wife to Ptlwa•rl M. Norton endothelia • •
Also, The lot numbered 7.3 in the addition to the
city of Wheelleg. as lead off by Jamb Caldwell.
also, Lot numbered 73 in the same addition to the
*By of Wheeling.
Mr., Lot numbered 71 id the mid addition to the
tile of Wheeling.
Alp, Lot numbered 71 in the said addition to the
city of Wheeling.
Also, Lot number one in the said addition to the
city of Wheeling.
Also. The parcel of .ground on Gamin street, in
the 71fth Ward of the oily of Wheelies. described al
follower Beginning for the same on Garman street,
at the it. W. corner of the property on which is
erected the glass works formerly owned by Quorrier
A Co.; thence with the lime of the said 'property 8.
70% IC 100 feel; thence 8.1934° B 80 feet; thence X.
W.lOO bet to the mid wain= street; thence B.
wiW W. with said German statet to the place of the
beginning. together with the coal and the exchteive
privilege of mining the muse under and In the land
of John Bog, adjoining the said parcel of greund y.
Mg between the ground and privileges formerly sold
by the mid Joha Slott to WWl= Anderson and nth.
els, and now owned by James B. Porter, end the
south nee of William Chaplin*, and Wan iron se
moth of the tract of land conveyed be Mid John /Goff
to Z. Jimobi as la included between the north line of
said Porter, and the south lin* of William Chaplin*
to the Wander, of said tract to conveyed to the said
Jacob, to the farthest limit of that tract.
• • • • - -
Abu, IL" coal and tbs exclostre right el ialairug
for the MIN under ths tract of land purchased by Z.
Jacob from John Xtfrs Lis. and sOfolaing en the
east the coal mins last describes.
Aber, Three coal iota In the town of South Wheel
ing. anti said county, and known on the plat of the
said town as coal lota 99, 80 and 81, and town lots
designated en-said last named plat as lots Noe. 11,
19, lusting,* 48. and lota torabosed 11, 10. 15 end le
In mare No. 47.
Amo, A lot of grimed Masted in said town of
&nth Wheeling, in weld county, known and desig
nated on the plat a mid town as lot ntunbeted 9 in
the quarts No. 48; ell oI WILD& property Is more fully
described in the said deed of trust, recorded to Nook
46, orsuneadag on pets 841, to which reference Is
bete made 101. a MOM tall description which will be
sold so abets, together with the good wlll of the maid
Ann of Norton, Athena • Co., with the franchisee
end immunities and privileges appettaintog ice the
mama, and the purchaser thereof small also saw the
person:at chatters thee belonging to the said lames
of the paid properly who are all of the late Inn - of
Norton, Acheson* Lb., except the said Hoary Nocue,
at an appraliamint er rairtation to be elide or shim
Lair, dietnterested perarna ane can to be nutted by
the puelaterianother, by the remalalngmentbers of
said Late area of Norton, Ad:um &Lb., exelardee of
the sate Dewy Now., sad the third by the other
two thus chosen: the amonet at said spynOseinent to
be paid upon a enrol% of 4, ft. 8, T and is stomata. with
negotiable notes with soctuity. Rim sale of the said
teal estate to be made on tee rallowhig terms, that
in to say °fleeter% cash In h.nd at die time otitis
sale; the Nmainner to be paid in tom equal inetal.
meet!, payable la ale. tenure, eighteen and twenty.
four mouses altar the fourth of duly, 1804 with in
terest from the sold last mentioned date; the tido to
be retained by the Trustee until the putohass money
shall bey. Men indly • paid, b.% the possitenion of the
property to be deltemod to the pruchmer on the said
earth of July, 1863. The °Meet of the trust sad
sale ti to snake a distribute% amongst the nimbus
of the lets Zinn of Norton, Acheron& 0...1 she pro-
Caen, et the said property, scooreing to their wend
interests therein.
tollkug •• Trustee, I will ouly mum such title as
to sated In me by ma dead of oonvojamou.
30:td It. OttatititA, Trott*.
STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY
FOR RALZ.
Oi.i QUAZIMILLTIZVII Orrom
°spat of tonterillsi, Ey., May, 234, WM. I
Sealed krepsate will to smelted at this aka Ens
11l is in. op MK J17fi1i.1863, fee tba panbase of
the wreaks --of the Mamas KART 014.12 Z sod
TWO, Lachsting all smacklary and apportansuiem
of whams kadois MO boas toy. These boats wrao
barßed by therebels shout Jsmary;lB63, and are
reported mw as lying Is the Onalbaland rim, r
Wow; at:
TRW, a brad of flateetb I halm right Usti bank
going ay the Ora, X 7 raise arose Olarksville, at 6
Met 010(0 blunder water. •
killer tIRSIVe, at fattglown bonding, (Van
Leafs Irandialb) right-head bank, It Mks *bore
0 erkseille. et 4 Mt stage can be worked at foe mat
chiners.
Tlie May Oren woo aidarn.whael twat, and built
at llialion. Ind, is 1862, of lit :MI tans; has II
high.pressare balers 20 Mt loaf, 88 inches I:MUM.
ter, of cydnideal ter conatrented of tack 121311,
i
WO 2.12 inch return flan in each. or 3i inch irsn
airtime; one slaty. Ms with 4 ware ME aces;
one supply pipe of 1; Mama dLunstem cm MGM
pips of 4 loch dame , two Iligh.pneare angina,
etch cy li nders 10X la diameter each, and $ ->i feet
Mole; two Mang p pi of 3 loch pitons and 10
Inch taroks, arab, e ed ray deem mOne pdo
asap cools, and OM seam gage; one Pm
pimp of 8 Inch stoke, end 6 Inch drams=
plTnge.ube -Trio war s siern.wheel boat, .m 4 bait at
Loulaills, Hy., In 11168. of 158 tons, hms two blab.
proem balm 20- het Mg ad it holm &Meta,
of WM:Mod arts, onnstnionst, of MIS huh Ma,
Mtn 2 it Inch reams Om In such, of 13411 Mk
Iran thickness. Ms ens safety tetra with 1.1 WlOO
seam ME arm °Re supply pipe of 2 Inch dime.
ter. Om Main Opt of 4um Masten Two blebs
memo mem, with cylinders is look dildnetat,
sack, and four PM stroke. Two forcing pimps ot X
Lob plunge and 1.8 lab strokmarab, worked by docs
tar engine. tin pugs oaks and one wear pip
anis nußforoing pomp or 8 back stroke . sod ti'ls!ch
Monier of °hogs. '
Paola pumping will oaken:eras offers for the
two boats.. bidders will plant ere MI name and
Pat v Pia address, : .
. .
The tr•poutbatty a bidden mutt be tertilleil to
ty the Clerk of the atereet CbastrUesurt, or by some
dhow at the Qat' ternestres Department.
Taarie—Oash, to 17..0. Teresasy Motes.
AU bide to.to &taunted to
.•
• °apt. W. JINKINS,
Ardstant Qciarfarcurtor, U. B. A.
myltmxlll.lo. Sy
M'OORMION. & GIBSON,
kaaahatiusra of
LE•D PIPE,
SHEET AND EAR LEAD,
&ad dada* la
Pig Lead,
Block Tin 4
AND
Patent Shot,
azNra sraiir,.
roma Kau asp Mama; :
lallkamea GIBOINNATI. 0.
rRAILROAD CONTRACTORS.—
ased Proposes will be teceteed by the All,.
gassy Volley Itettroad employ, at tlese aloe on'
like sent. In the j Olt; of Pltteborgb; • astUl 6
o'olock p. m., oa TRUKDKX, June 1004 Me; to
the trtedeatkw and Memory et Emotions lliog al sod
lig of their read, eel about ate In length. No;
It gads sad Ko 411 begins at the month of Onnath -
Manes Oreek,tbse miles abase the prime trims
of the road at Kittanning.
Time Emotions tardode the heaths* work tontine*
itemising sad Igaboalng, and sal wellwodli the
attention of esperitneed owersokes. .
won Palmed tor the twat to ha au4s to ark la
thly sgthaatet _
Übe line will be properly steed. awl prolUse and
magnetos" pa ne p for ezhibitioa by the Ist et
Sans next ; say can toonatue
mark psalm to th at thne. theyobtain ail the
Inkrination neosseery to enable theta to do eo la
sitiesotory mime. on •PPlinittion to P. Winn.
linginew ant enperlatewsent of the load, so Al. °Mos In Plitabargh. FLUX 1.31tOSIOT;
NIES. ALLIIN!Iti MOTU • • !
PLANT/MOl az rms.
;moon or TOUTS, -
LINDBIT'a sham mum%
IIQUID BTOVIII gaunt •
BUEIIIIOL'a minantu,
CaTTLIE IVWDZII,
HaLtYDOLD'a /IIVIOIIIIII.
0/11150NATIZODA
111/111111111111111111011=111iT,
KIN MILL WATIIIIII. all Walla
SLTIOIBO3i
sussarra psuenquenosa, •
For ads. 81.11011.JOBASTON,
.
lay9s amass aaaltheald aed /aunt min s.
MMI
MI I WORlitl, rltiltptltitUKßJAt4,
.1: TOSPIZOIIB, TUG% 17111021 1.41112,131116
01.1111011, Mo. • _
801188.
sisurr.
Ws. L W. HADFIELD hong Ittnirat tho 0017
Depot la Melees Lase fort* coletaaan •^: •
711181 , PBBNLIENI 7.IBSWORXII.
Wasseism& to ober than es ..ths mast Avorable
true, nab. test GILD CHOP 011AOHEMS oat
TOZPEDED/A at the loseat market rata:
Ontate eollelled sad preoptly etteadat to. .
ECEN.
. 2 Deporters al Tose and= Furor Hoods •
Deana Leas. eons/ of MIME!' atnot. -
Dow loam.
/10 AhlUi AhLtS.—Ds. • pays
portfontat *Wootton to Me troonsene
lanoxio WIJIAVIL tbo XIX owl 11AS
titOtaiIIicATAILIOTAQUIXT llorairralk
tuAL XUPIL, lovers MITITI ,
tram pl InftditaltlLTUßff XVO4 ; goo
VIZAILIXA, awl all dY sees eirwtint tbegar sad
yeadA6,llltestsam.
akrumi nun. wit&
maw GOODS.
AT EUIM3CB,
59 TILABILET STREET,
.ACQUES, CIRCULARS, MOTU% &C•
4a Twisty and at pans that deti caloystittork
AT BARKER'S,
S _A. VT S
An lawman Moak to Enamor and xiiii—ths mot
daddrakdononde aver otainat.
AT BARKER'S,
BLACK SILKS:
The selsbratad DIAIIOND.I.I72TaII. full boiled,
toe SACQUZS, eIIiOUL LIB, NANTLIS, DMA.
as, do., in an width► we sell, the lowest grads at
$1 45, wholsiele *los. Also, Bleak Ilgtowd Doable
Two at $125, and a large stook of PLAIN A PAINT
BILKS, very low.
AT BARKER:B,
DRESS GOODS:
The Wiles at Indulge their testa in theme ad
Mims, as ow satiety Is Natty alms unlimited, end
dispels/ the choicest wahine ever exhibited. and
beyond ell oompeilson the cheapest.
AT BARKER'S,
HOOP SKIRTS,
of an tuai.--aw zanize. mans MSD OHM
DRlllN—verycheip.
A'Y BARKER'S,
BUN lIMBILEILLALS,
• nu larire wean be liodentele
AT BABKEWS,
PRINTS,
Tbs nary await itylia and fut co!ats. at la amts.
AT BARKER'S,
SHEETING- ISUSLINS,
per Ml so d mom SO sad 2:5 outs, flat met bit boat at 10 pats
AT BARKER'S,
Honey Comb Quilts
lionual cane of tht so at Was mot than an ordinal_
Ehoolog Lunn.
AT ILUMMI3,
ZIMILYTHING'OII.IIAP 701
Bays' and Man's Wear,
Housekeeping, ikc
N. 8.-ONLY ONE PEI=
Ath
or
Newinr, Ck4::::•cociss,
AT .
BATES',
No. 21. FIFTH STREET.
LAOI IPOINTS—A fall sappl7 at all pleas.
BILK BADQUINI AND NANTLIA—Tba wind
ia7la canatautly on Ling.
saws BLOW= A IiLANTLNA—AII rimy
You dump.
CMILDBMWS BILK 111 aummii raamo—
lists to area tram the latest paltams.
1111 Mill aid as the Writ GOODS, at
1141128',.21 Fifth Street.
sy29
24 KW MIL VIEUULAIiti
J. M. Burchfield's.
RIX morn;
Laoiluarramis; -
swami nuarm
manna lawn:
J/100nrri L&V/114
PLAIN Burr Ll3llOl. toe Dragon
• LOT OP la= ettliM i ll DRIES GOODS.
roamed nod to Nasal. to der
wank P. it.,inatituatiurr.
warn =Lk watri nae
.
• _
. 1 / 4 0 / 0 0 111 . - 1 0 1 . 110 4_
imam Ammon= EMIG&
NSW 0 9 0281 ' NW 94"3411
EATON Eat*lakdoCO.;
Aro !pow_ 1 . 1 "tog a cedes *mike of
1100M1,11.1D
Haan: AID 01.41
IDLD.DI AID
111311111 &MD 00
XILLILSO T
AID ZIMTEMIII
FanaV Goods - 91r-Nlytions.
To wbk the limbs the stlolimpl
wirousAta'• Ain surzali
- NU 17 aid 19 ?11th Strut.
isunisistsuktrVist4
101 MU 0 / 21311141.
Leas Ida lad this as eceillssi _ _ • _
nit Im bet ir bowsittr_ !Eft win. a.*
takesslieks "
suicalTht glin"
`M arta war. mot Ad.
juin onamak - ,,
lOW Stant= WOW& lintik
'IIIAUMII SAM OD * o w
saksomm=rivoLft 77-
--,‘ sidow - 164* t i ch ,
.0 tn.
' Lai[ bbls. VW • r
jusior a s =MIT IL onialltii
Dyer- "socevs.
MOST DlJA.clifiX.
OSBORNE 1k cHREsMAWS
DOUBLY MIMED
OVEN SK fRT!
YID ZUGINIIII,
RBI& GORE,
ISTILA GOB.II QUAgik,,
IXTEA 00 8i17.11.1E1 BerrOMIS4
PRYBI/1711 Goa), 011 BRIDAL BRIX%
OBLIAOLIISqI . DEAPISIMa.
Maas Skirts axe mods of tbebut P3GLIEGI c ail
BTELI, WIBM, with Whim; Beads, Gonains dads
Ikaouion. ana Is addition to belay second with
co% Sr. rinse vita Wowed liar"
Per sea wbobsala and retail, by
MACRLM & GLYDE,
No. 78 Market Street,
Mamma Youth street and Dlimond.)
aza722
p 00uNrHY hiERCIILNTH AND
DLI.LXFUI.
EATON, MACHVIc2 & CO,
Noe. 17 Anw 19 Font Sum,
Jobb.ra and ttotallen of
THImIII~U~
ILOOr ttautsis„
ffi BOIDIEICB,
!SEBBONO, litrafirS, OOLLARB, T/It
HOSIXELIf, GLOVIEL ZEPHYRS, TA
Axel • fall oseortattoit of
SMALL WAHL! AHD .
The low pieta at which oar stook war
nobles as to offer pest toducomiata to • '''•
COMMIT ICEPLUBANTO, MILLI - •
PMDDLIBI3, end ell who be to eeU
optoreolm
NEW DRESS TEllitidlN(ls,
NEW ZIitIIBOLDICEII3,
NIW ISIINKIB, HOSIZIIT,
NW GLOVES AND MIDI,
NEW MILD DIIISTITX AHD NETS,
ENW BILK AND mar aeas,
NLW PABIBOLES AHD SUN =ADA
Izmir ma incosium,
To which we invite the attenUm the pall°.
MACRUM & GLIEDE,
Tit KAMM' MUT.
Between Fourth end the DismaalL
BALM/AIM IJN UNA 4:11.H./Du{,
LANE, M'ABOY
140 19/D111.4.1. GlTHZET.Allaighsay,
.01d door below the aro Market hones.)
Bleached •arta Cableached limns Dirk lad
Light Clamed Prints ; Preach and Saguia' adeameg
frenedi tarn. Rae Wool de Latta and Lew
koarshog Goods; Mohair and bilk Warp
black, Plain and Platred Bilks; Obsoltsd and
shke; poolior, Lostrso, for Traveling Drug Idols
and Cotton dabeting; Pillow linen And Monlin;
.41enntlantan'a Goode; Clothe, thwinteres g lilt and
Glom Elosollmohielar Beelr.Tleato atiglimio
►IlO OPERA GOERS. "
WHITE ?LID 'aHovies,
for 76 cents porPalr,
ILIOBIMI, a MINIM%
No. Id Market etreet, east Mde.
A FEBta SUPPLY
HIIBIPAREY'S
BPlar/0-
11021EOPATEICI' REMEDIES.
NOB TES PDOPLZ.
LIST 07 UPEOrino BICHIDIEB.
I—lor lever. Om:quo:Ion and Lamrostloa.
/do 51—Pre Worm Irons, Worn Clodo, %Miss
thellad.
ao 3 -Tor 004 Crying, Toothily' sad wa.fF
moo of Wants.
No. 4-4 Or Dienhea, Cholera Lasatam arid Saw
leer Complaints.-
• No. 6—Nor Cotfo, °rigor, .Dyseatary . or glooil
No. 6-lor Maws, Cholera Norbasi Vomiting.
No. 7—For Cough., Colds, Indomum. Imo Throat
No. il,itor.2ootn.octoc locomiono, llonnigno.
Ho. 9—rosEloodor.luo, V 1 1 ,11417.1111114 and guinea
No. 10—.0mprooto Pals— Tor ond Deangoll
tonmen„ Onnolyntion and tdvor Complaint.
No. ti—Vor domalot intiotdatoico,imang. Palatal
Periods:
Laboorthaa, Proton Nos*. Naming
own of Vomake.
No. U—For Orono, Hamm Caugh,RodßniatiMkg.
Half-43sii Alma Paie—lot Zr,.yilsalso !ar
N0.15-6lwomonlo tillo—lfor _Psis, Titlllolllll
dorenoso in lb. Ohost, - B.ck, Loinsor Limbs.
. 80. 1111-Branfnal smwon., Inordruitara Dbrbario
and Borrow AptrUlty. .
Ka. In .-rdiora Month, or Cantor of Idaho or oldl•
no 30—Delnerr Liamttheuce, Wetting the De&
Do. 111Z.Patatul Periods, Preemie or Own&
No. a I-41uthrLag at Natio of ur.,Sunken
Zio./M—lplopsy and womma. °bora% at.
1:—.)or FORT - sad Agee, CM Tear, Dhmb Apo,
Old litansammed Arum - •
P—Vor Ppm, Blutd et abiding, Internal or 1i
o—for iota, 'Disk or lOdamed Zps and Drill*
Min. Weak or Blurred Bight: -
0-1 or Oitantyof long standing or man*, atter
with otetnution or prams Mecham% • '1
Odor Wnoophie• Coankabeting tte ylolenN•
#LBOSDILODIIO6.
lbr deities. m Petetifo.—Oppre Mad%
bawd Breathing, attended with Croup hint Dr -Pe ,-
ration. him. Woman per box; ••
For Fur rgraowArawd .DweineeW:H.ciung, fr
tbs:r.ari it. result of Omelet Tenn. Iltsd6 •-•
outlab. .Ifor Nobles la the Deed, Hazdawn
fawned HMV! In the Dm, and ?ter..tehe,
Par diratter li ernige mit Ms, r•
lobe Oacheug.of htklion.- • Pre. 60 teats me
. Fs Dewed Daaitr.—Pbrdeal or Dermas
nem, alum the moat or bleknOlM. fiedllllTO
cation er Lehi/nth% Dfinharmat. ao
Jibe Dropi—ilnid Accuiikidatlaai,VlgLiwia•
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sea: Waiting. and glob hunt Maw or =Om
VarM; 60 mate pt - bat. • - • ,
far Mir Momaa.--rcirlime4 Renal Nana;
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yr, .4 out tta boat no mkt to ,aidor
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waxing, wa - AHD OVUM
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maid. 'the 1141 Y--11•111.:
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earl olleroot' IlLszloa Avorre.l2 row ot ,
tin n'7..14 . 4 . 5enn Olty.
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