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MONDAY MORNaG. TUNE L
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The Army Committee, representing the
United States Christian Coinslesion in West.
ern Pennsylvania rispectfully reports:
That commissions have been issued to seven
delegates during the .month of May, vie:
Ileir,James Allison and John K. Palsy, H.
D., of Sewickley, Rev. George Clerk, Rev. J.
D. Norton, Rev. J. S. Gansu, William A.
Payson, of New Culls, Pa., Rev: A. H. D.
Melon, D. D., of Maar, Pa. These gen
tlemen left this city immediately after the
late battle on the Rappahannock, arriving
there In time to be of great service to the
wounded. They were abundantly furnished
with stores, from the large depots of the Com
mission established in the vicinity of the dif
ferent armies. The Government officiate, as
well sei the military officers, have granted to
our delegates all possible facilities for the
thorough prosecution of their work.
The Union Relief Assosiation of Western
Pennsylvania and Northwestern Virginia,
waking In connection with the Army Com
mittal, have sent two delegates to the army
on the Rappahatmeek—Rev. R. S. Morten
and Jan McCarron, M. D.,—who have been
laboring , in the field for two months.
This Association has contributed to the
Christian Commission about eight hundred
dollars, arid have forwarded twenty-five boxes
of stores, distributed by th& delegates.
Bee. L.. Marks, of Paimethilki, Allegheny
county, now stationed at Port Donalson,
Tan., writes that he his been most cordially
maimed by chaplains, *Moms and men. He
preaches _three time every Sabbath, and holds
• prayer meeting, every evening, occasionally
holding anion with the rebel prisoners in
the guard house. He reports that, in connec
tion with a number of soldiers of the 83d Il
linois Regiment, he has established a Sabbath
sehool in a camp of contrabands, and fully
.mpplied them with testaments.
Misers. Lan and Patterson, of this city,
are now stationed at Franklin, i l ea., dem=
miles from Nashville, where the right wing of
&morass' army, under command of General
-Granger, is encamped. -They havi found the
soldiers eager for all kinds of reading matter,'
and have received from them the most hearty
At Nashville, and Murfreesboro, the Com.
abides has opined library and reading rooms
for thous* of °Qualm's:it soldiers. Efforts
are making to get daily papers from all the
cities. These rooms are filled-with soldiers
at all Utah each one anxiout to road the pa
per published nearest his.own home.
The delegates in connection with the army
chaplains, have established • daily Union
layer meeting at Nashville, which is very
e.ly attended by soldiers end chinas.
The lieverament having taken all but one of
the churches at Nashville for hospitals, the
aims are in a groat measure dependent on
bar delegates ante the army chaplains, for any
rho greatest harmony and good feeling ex
bit between our delegates and the edloient
chaplains of the army. At their weekly con
ference at Murfreesboro; • reseintion of
thanks to the Oh2tatiall Cola/Wilton for sup
plies furnished, and-ace assurance of hearty
co-operation; wasulanimonsly adopted.
Gen. Roseman, has granted the delegates
all needful fealties for carrying on their
work in the Army of the Camberand., The
Pittsburgh delegates, have also received much
kindness and many privileges from their fel
lowatisen, General J.S. Negley. There are
new about thirty delegates in that army; but
the laid Is so vast that many more good men
are needed. For this important work, earnest
Christian men are wanted—men who can not
only distribute good reading matter, but also
lead a renstiou service, wash •or dress a
want, prepare food and drink for the sick,
Write Mae letter,, oomfort: the dying, and
bury the dead, it necessary—in short, we
want men who eon do 'snicking Slag will add to
the axolotl of a soldier. When sea men offer,
we weal lad a prose for them. -We do. not
want, andosanot accept shoes who would go
from rattail of cariosity, on a desire to visit
their Mends in the army. We want those
aim will be Irliadt•Wad brothers to every
man wearing the national uniform.
,The Treemater would thankfo ll y same 'l
edge the following cub 'meats :
.owatral Prosbytarloa andsh, AlWattony.—.2ll 90
:Pona Pleunwrah....... 33 a)
Alowed • do do Zonowliir, 0...90 70
46.4 th _ do do tants 7 LI 83
&aid" Proabywdaa Monk pa. Dr. Unn.lben to au
-Zrehyterna Church, klaßoes Ran " 600
do do lour Aloz.nds=. 23 OS
do do 33 36
do do Iwo;
t o - 7 66
do do Butiesw6= 21 as
do /474 - Vatwo—...--. t 5
• do • Coot 16 03
o tg ,:ketarliat Merck bithe4 Upper St. Clair,
mu, mob,...ast. &Osceola Church, Plitaburgtall 02
,ahrthisdistSZtd roh. l Uhurcb, 111.1nrr10.--. OU
g o •do - do Birrus-- 10 00
d o ' co 60 ' Tareutuut. 6 0.1
tint mow onggilarhus Church, Pittsburgh to oo
&mond •do do do Allegheny 21 6EI
Pint do - • do •
Idsroar..... 17 le
brood 17. P. Church, New Witt010gt0n......... Bg g
Iltiltsd.Prosbotaglan Church, Doer tar0k:...... }5OO
' do do dal Canosobsulg— 19 70
de do do Zilshboh--..... 23 10
•do do do Rocky Opting... 16 00
• do do do Betind...... 16 00
do ' do do Peter's Cretk..„ 619
Lecture by Cot. J. B. Clark ,-113 CO
_ Soldiers' Aldthxisty. lit. Pleasant —.......... 90 00 ,
- do do Pagurarrt36 60
do do Abeakirstillo —............ 10 00
Ihita ds Ciusondiurg 35
Cain Balistessociailos of West ProusyTraula •
aisd North Western VireArds, GO CO
-Nov. I. C. Pushing .6 00.
A. J. L Moors, Carrollton. 6 00
6. T. Banda, soldkr.la A. W. 600
dahlia. la /art 4 00
Ohntuts t sou • • 200
• lieltUsts' Aid Soddy, Adams Op., Butler Co.. 760
do do " 666
Cash contributions . may be sent to the
• 2riaitanar, Joseph Albno, No. 71 Wood street.
Ike thanks of the 00011111tts• am die to
Cot. Z. B. Clark for an interesting isolate,
laid' Added a mnsiduable sum to mu
• ire are also wader groat obligations to -the "
Atallroad oompsales and oapteincof . different
,shmaboata for Ores MitispOrtation.
- The Army Conunitteamoknowle.lge ,the
coairibettons of stores during Ake
rbez hospital atom from Martini Wow&
1 bbl. do. from yisinity of Canonsbneg.
2 bona, Ladles' ;Ugliest Aid flocatj of
1 box, ladles of Smitlitteld If. 11. Ohara,
• 1 bo*; India of Baths county.
Usisstlisilet Society of -131 taler township—
/ box clothing, I do. of traits, 1 keg of
A6les, 1 Issebt of egge,l do. Of butts:4l do.
bosts,l do. asparsvas.
Any einsunittoe of Besesr-2 bbis. of po.
. • Vetoes, /of•gp,l box. of butter; 1 do. of
franc, do: alms 1. lam hoz of Clothing,
and IlpdxsildelteiC " -
Ladses of Beeond Prsibytutian dutch,
Phasbur7. box of clothia& oontatning 07
attlides of clothing, antlf• nos of fruit.
•.:1 box of trait bon Wilts of-Latrobe, Pa.
I bones fops Union BNBI A/iodation of
Witstara Virgin/avid Nortitwestrunst Pennsyl.
1-1 box hem Lam of Latrobe; olothiax mad
&Ulm from itakitows pations, Por
Imam' Aid 8040 of Roollooteor—Riontoo
of WI, Uat, clothing sad bandages. ' -
1 box from J. Watises, Browanille.-
1 box of bread from Rm. Shaw ; of 'B2alei
Ladka of tipsier, Westmoreland Claitity,
2 Lam matidatax 81 articles d clothing, 2
' gallon et driodirals, 18 tau of unit, 2 tear
of apple mato&
1 rex of frail from the lodide of Brow;
, „ -
• -- kkx marks from Me MAIN onaszums•
of potatoes from J. Murdock. • •
- .-#l.sdios of Bed Bank Zama. Clarion Cola"
tri 37 alob of Iran, 1 Miami drl.d kilt, and
1 box of laaditaeteom L a dkj a um 8 0 4.
go of Jolfonoi, emu pow,. •
box of troll from Kn. J. AL D. OroisiM.
:14,4W All Booloty of %Motown, - 1 box
atom oostabdag ambles of stoning,.
, 114mori'Ald tioeisty of Itooboeter,2 barrels
~ , ,ssagew, 1 box oontastas 7b wades of Oslo,
4.41-11booftwoufralir box of motbtos
sat ldo abated Amigo a =kb of bow% sag
baskets of_ goats' taxi - SWAM 'booby
. mu m oistropxbroot-WUklas Tomuldp.
.ba t imeApx atom - of LAT.
• Maio 0011217, 3i Writ - App,' II mar - of
boll, 1 box of ototblai L
' IMX Of bits, tlrr. i JAL
1 box of Mons from the Ladies of Craig'.
eine, Armstrong County.
1 box id storm from the Soldiers Belief
Association of Harington, Washington 00.
1 box from the Ladles of Unity Congrega
2 boxes from the Ladies of Bridgewater.
2 harm from the Soldier? Aid Society of
readom, Bowyer County.
1 box of fruit from the Soldiers' Aid Cooley
if Mount Pleasant, Westmormand County.
Bolden' Aid Society of Glade Mills, Butler
oonnty-1 box of clothing and 1 keg of butter.
Soldier? Aid Society of Adams township,
Bola ooenty-2 boxes of clothing and fruit.
One box of nandries from Mrs. Capt. Bir
TiUM Ward Kalil:lag Oirols-28 pairs Nooks,
1 Amami shirt.
Three barrels fruit from Zhartiers' Church,
Canonsburg, Bev. W. Ewing.
Also contributions of clothing and fruit from
the following persons: Miss J. Shepiy, Mn.
hi. H. Mechlin, Miss P.' Baird, Mrs. M. A.
Kenney, Mr. J. S. Backofen, Mrs. 1. 0. Per
shing,tliss Lizzie pasting, Miss Mollie Per
shing, Mimi S. Lemon, Mrs. Thaw,Miss M.
Boinason, Mrs. S. Nesprr, Mrs. Cark, Mrs.
Bodes, Mrs. M. Harkune, Miss A. 0. Snyder,
Mrs. W. Bryant, Mrs. Collins, Miss S. Atkin
son, Mrs. B. OlarkiMrs. Capt. Tomelson, Mrs.
Low, Miss M. B. Copiy, Mr. John Hill, Mrs.
Robert Albson, MIL J. Coply, Miss M. La
throp, hfr. A. hi. Marshall, Mrs. J. B. Sem
ple,.s26 worth of books from the Presby tartan
Chursh of Haat Liberty, Miss Burchfield, Miss
Barns, Mrs. Poiadexter, Soldiers' Aid Society
of Ciroleyille. Mrs. liberew, Mx& Isaac Jones,
scholars of Miss Pike's Seminary, of Buena
Vista, Mrs. Faber.
The following articles have been forwarded
to the hospitals of our armies, and distributed
by our delegates:
Comforts —.--.--. 24 lfrult, ...... 929
'Sheets ---..--. 33 Drloi Dolt, 1b5....—. 1260
Pillows -- 145 Oranges sod lemon. 650
.. 38 Butter.E gp,N—.-- I 480
Shirts *XS d05............ 190
Drawers, pat....—. 671 What., 24
un. Potatoes. B u---- 67
Pads and rfags..... 123 Onions, bn—....—.—
Bundles of 290 • lank.. ' —.2190
Bolls of bandages.— 09 Pickles, gele—.— 24 0
Gorky 234 Chars 10
Kippers, 43 81111ibl 2300
Dnweing Emma_ 63 Book' and tracts—. Ma
Hazdkerchlefs 129 Cora starch, Me—. 65
Wrlangpsper,reams 28 Farina, lbs —.— 35
Tea, 41 Chocolate, lbs-- 40
Sager, lbs 132/ •
dad • large lot of paper, and magazines.
The following articles are most needed at
present: Shirts, draWers, sheets, soaks, slip
pen, fruit in can,, dlted trait, wines and li
quors' condensed milk, chocolate, tea, sugar,
books and magasines.
Persons or societies sanding boxes should
place a 11,1 of the articles' in the box, and
land a duplicate by mall to W. P. Weyxax,
No. 79 Burrarnum Sy.
Ea:endive Corunitte;—Holl.Robt. MAKl:Light,
Chairman; Joseph !Libre*, Trani= Wm. P.
Weyman, Reaetrer•, Robert. 0. Totton. John
H. McCune, Joseph Horne.
RIZOHT Or Tar
Subsistence Committee for the month of May:
We have fed at our large dining room, at
City Hall, 3,105 soldiers on their way East
and West, making since our organisation,
108,923 soldiers who have teosived meals front
our Committee— •
At the Soldiers' Rest, No. 347 Liberty at,
1,398 sick and wounded soldies, from the army
of 'tie Rappahannock, hare been furnished
with meals and medical attention.
Transportation has been furnished to tan
sick and discharged soldiers found in our city,
without insansaur reach that!. homes.
Nine soldiers have been placed in the hos
pitals daring the pait month.
• We thankfully acknowledge the' following
contgibittimui during the month of May :
:Eennlyirania Railroad Company;ssoo; Ar
chibald Stewart, Esq., $1.091 W. itniw, $25;
Liter Nitta Lodge, Itirmiegham, $2O; balance
of funds collected for reception ot Coi. Clart's
regiment, $195; proceeds of exhibitlon by 47h
ward elocution class, $55; A. War mane $2 ;
D. Weymen, $2; A; Verger, $5; a soldier,
25; Brig. Gen. Willick; $l2; Mrs. Parker, $2; ,
a Wend, $3; Samuel. Morgaastein, Captain et
Tanana, $.l; silver, $3; a friend, 2.5; Captain
W. Moorhead, $l2; mob, $5.
Also, coal:Libations of eatables for use of sot.
dkrs at the roam on Liberty asset, from Gs*.
Black, Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. B. hi. Gordon,
Mrs. Garrison, Misses Beeler, Junes U. Ball,
Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. Carothers, Mrs. Tterman,
Mn. !Radar, his. G. Whits.
W. P. WE:lux,
Josue ALeus , } Ex'• 00EL
M. M. ATWOOD.
Union Delegate EiecUone
The primary elections held on Saturday,
for the purpose of choosy:lg -delegates to the
County Convention, to be held on Tuesday,
were generally well attended, and ffi some dis
tricts the *outset was exceedingly apirited.
The following are the names of the delegates
chosen from the Normal distrima designated:
Ii , . , 1:0113
First Ward—Geo. WI eon, John Orem.
&wend Ward—oar:la O'llelU,, O. l►hnatock.
Tided Ward—lint Tree-lois: D. time, silexacder
Hlloods. Second Precinct: A. IL Drown, klero7
Pausth Ward—Boa 'Lackey, J. IL Hate.
Fifth Ward—Piret Precinct: A. MaLlintock, Oro
Vaterbey. 'Second Precinct: James Taylor, 8. J
Sixth Ward—A.G. Ida Godless. John Phillips.
hensith iiisiiihannsol BareMy, liobt. Thompson
Xigtitti Want—J./L. HUlln, C. H. lilornisn.
ninth Wand—Jams B. MU, WlGum Williams.
• • •
112 t Ward—D. T. Johnston, Moat. Mina
tkoond arard—.Tanws D0nn.117..1,bn McDonald.
•, Th Wsrd—Mrat ProcinOt: Arthur Hobson, D.
QomDna.- ascend Priclaci t Gams, Gant, Dorian.
Tonna Ward—Ylnt Prwtrict: Jatin Mays., A.
N. Buccal:Ml: Second Preclacc; Lotus Mold, Ww.
Manchesiar—Jame.Hai. W. J. WHiou
Tempaninceville—D.Robinnoci, Thos. Yersoson.
Wm' Pittsburgh—Sl. Bprturg. J. V. Auth
Xowragabsla—Richard hazy. nos Bonito.
&nth tutaborgh—W. H. Barker, nos, Odaelday.
Binalngham—nvt Pradnctt. Dada Wink% J.
Beddlar.. Stand Prmlnet Wm. Oraluksa, P. IL
Lot Bludithim—Geo. E. Mama, Wm. kfittim.
&ups P. Dinhaml, Butte:told. •
Brent—James Dania; .LlFiliellitain.
licanno--ame. Alartmen.lioob Prams.
.11eme—Wm. Peter*, D. tt Cunningham.
Charlion—And. Aldiertney, Jae , hioGonhilln.
Ih:don—John AL Slacker, Nosh I. Gilmore. '
Zinley. J. AL Gomm
Lollar Bt. Clair—Jonathan' Neely, lemM Whittier
Pitt—.T. O. Oro; Wm: It Hanlon. . _
MoClondlemo—Jee. AtoCiealii, John Mg
'' Ple t 4N—S P °6l4 ' 71 r 1 . 4 ° 1 .1 . W• MAIM 0 . W
nal QUIN BUIV.00i;-41F - ilithliZUM inter
eateid in this' important. entesprb• will please
War in mind that subsoription- books will Do
opened at ten 'Vele* ads' morning, - at the
Macluint's /I:4'ns% when thesewishing to
take stook In the company con hare an oppor
tunity to do so.
151!ECLILIL, LOCAL MOTH:LIM
auras LID Bazars ammo Matnuza, ISM
family snd - atanesstarliepasposes, ars Ms
best fa us.
41:' d. Orretoirr. esaaral Apt's,
ID, fifth street.
Tuxes Neat, Plain lad Orsumental Mate
*afar, sad dealst.tri Piaitylvaala sad Tu.
moat &dad the bait qaatlty at low.rata.
.011°1 at idisghlll4; war the Water
Works * Plttsberhl s Pa. _apfelha
Pawltsx.ft. K. Brew McCoy, at
their staad...in_the.ltlainnad market, are in
;daily setmapt of. fresh' Blanks:rill, /Mad, So.
Bass, Lake Push; Elelatese, Lobster,
Bala and Crabs: The Brat has factUlties for
Nowt* the Tory 'pick of the laarket, antl
thee. parebsslng can rely: itpon _getting Ash
flsrh sad siistt. 2447 alms have on hand all
bads of vegetables. 'Band see the setups
bi 411 P/s7. - • ;, 7
limos so PsormAT llossaso,Aportssis
AsS Onus JArsuaras:—Founotirs or al
terations to otorts 0r,4 •
.I,,rosir roofs, or
osgthlss obi is tho 14,41111111, at .
CatAbortatoz:.l3koh Virgo &ley,
abo» d stmts. -AU adorsprostptly
41141,61 lot'd earpetsjust treetrod on son
slieesenty sad will be sold it n sednood prioe;
all, nu patterns aadd the ellsaput inepets
the 01E7.: Wyen.aaaf,awlmumbleaUwool
as low as.Bo Nato, Blals carpet at 3 cents ;
zap, to., N 0.143 Wood street.
Tiro COlimittoo of tatangtisoitts and 11-
ommoofor tit* roooptios of the Bath - Rogimont
Noss. Volunteers, GIL :Thor.** 14417,401.
Ittlt moot - St otrollhoO this hrtaihr -ot
teo,,kmat.",. . Zhou
O. Sus i Dintis
weelto Penanie& sit**. attend to
111 latlasis et
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ABM TO LZATZ,-011 Wadnaaday cat Dr.
Randall, who has firmly established his rep
ntation for effecting the instantaneous and
efficacious cure of corns and benions, will /save
the atty. He desires us to state that his visit
to this city will positively conclude with
Wednesday next, June 3d, lard:wive, and ist
leaving he most sincerely thanks his numer
ous patients for the confidence Duty have :s
-pored in him, and should he at ani time, (as
he hopes at no very distant day he shall) re
obit the city, he trusts that equaltheoess will
attend his labors. The Doctor has certainly
relieved the understandlip of many eitisens,
and as his visit terminates as above stated,
we expect that he will have a full attendance
of cripples at his rooms on Diamond street,
oppotitt the court house, for the next few
days. -As a proof of his Skill we append the
Dr. Mendell has this day erased eons for
me which have been troublesome. I hers
seen the operation before, bat anything
No perfectly to my satisfaction.
Taos. M. hicaasuu..
Piusbicyl, April 11, 1863.
Pittsburgh, April 18,1883.—We certify that
Dr. Sendai! hu operated on our fret, remov
ing corn. therefrom, doing so without pale,
and entirely to our satisfaethm.
W. Primus, F. Bona.
Dr. Randall has this day remirred eight
corns from my feet. The operation WWI 111
painless one, and the relief As Inch that I ad
vise those afflicted with Corns and Bunions to
give the Doctor a coll. Ms Tonne,
April 10,1863. Snuthileld street.
Oen. Curnturs Lira Win= To BIM Tm.
—The enterprbdag firm of Wm. H. McGee &
Co., merehant tallon sterner of Nederal es
Diamond square Ankeny, Wing fully
aware of the extriordinary admit, in Spring
goods, have purchased last fall a beautiful
assortment of oloth, cassimens, nitings,
and they are now ready to open their Spring
trade with superior articles, at great/7 re._
dnood prime. They will mil their goods le i
the yard if-desired, and as they keep con
stantly on hand a Miry supply of ready mad*
clothing, =stomas an be accommodated on
demand, or have a neatly fitted snit to order.
The work.is all done under their mpervision,
and always warranted to purchasers.
Jun Barnum IPZOX run glar.—Samuel
Graham, Merchant Tail* would respectfully
inform his friends and the pulls in general
that he has just returned from the East with
his new stook of Spring and Bummer Goods,
consisting of all the latest styles of clean,
oassizaeres and vesting& Gentlemen desiring
a stook to Belem from that (=not be surpau
ad by any other in the city, and their gar
ments made in the most fashionable meaner,
would do well to give him a call before pew
chasing elsewhere. -
Skill:rat. Gatusar, Merehant Tailor
No. 54 Marko, street, one door from Third.
ATIIIITION, RITMO= V0L171117118 I—The
attention of our country's brave defenders :s
-cantly returned from the seat of war, and of
the public in general, is again directed to the
very extensive and handsome aesortment of
the latest , styles of French, English and
American piece goods, for pante, *oats and
vests, Lately received by Masan. John Weler
A C0.,1 Merchant Tailors, No. 126 Federal
street, - Allesheny. A tasteful Wootton of
get/Manion'," furnishing goods will also always
be found on the shelves of the iistabliamant,
together with a lot of srady.made clothing,
got up in the beet manner.
Pamirs Tale( litaini.—Rev. Awe Bien
chord, hieriden.B. EL, writes: "I think very
highly of Mrs: le; A. Allsa's Wl:idea Bair
Restorer and Zylobalsanium. Both. myself
and wife have used them with the Most saris
history results." Those preparations are ex
portid largely to EurOpe j and Am ► world
wido reputation. •
Boni by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 148
Greenwich street, New York. MOW
..: /teats awl Comas." Ilesea al/1 be Sakai
sk tea taaloo, °Moe, No. laf Marty : sareeti
w WO:. All evilest left se as above
alP.ee- Atli to Promptly attive.i o. AO eight
Donal. lorarrars.—.4ll emit &beet this
establishment is guaranteed to be better NM
ebeaper Qui am be had to the .It. ' No. 251
Peon street. 1
IMICHIISIS Ha•a.dq liftman". EOM all
!tn. autism:l . BROWS. Tn. of Asa Whabines,
Notice tontral b. [lran In emoulai piper
ELIGANTLY &PPOISTICD LID IQUIPPID,
Rill exhibit in
PIT 2' S EITTBA3-Et.
RED LION LOT.
(tn tbs rear of Esn Trtistdes,) on
Taesday sad Wediesday, Jane
16th, 16th and 17th, 1861,
Presetting the but trained collectfon of ROHM
and PO eat'. and the LiEGIUT—TROOPII OF
TAILINTOM PZEFOZIIIIII2I lel £Y•BlOA, the
obeheunder the tinsudlaie direct:km of the Peoples
oar 'The Initial aatartatommut sill two than oa
MONDAY EVE ONO at II .41409—Dan omit at
TA o'clock ; lad on TIMIDLY awl WIDE IDIDAT,
Omni will be too grand partannannoon and
atoning. Dom t.pan at 9 and 7 o'clock ; matM ,
takunant a CIRREPOSSIOD at 93i, and a oN9onsk..
sir Admission. $5 ants. itaarrind rats. Nanal.
tnYy carpeted.) NO cants. Gantltamtllmben Is 644
Madam, and tants fur avarytody,
- Grand PrxruWw will be mad. cc Iffocuby
laOrniag. as 1 1 5.o'clw.k.
wySthoyBo4Wl•2l 6.5 /1-10434111,-
Pen= or ADIEINIOL—Vittato Box" if 001 SIP
es was to PATato Box, Si 00f Ausifette asof Drat
Mule, Ottally, 60 oats I Melly OM* ants'
Ooternd 12.11647. Mtn; Odors" BOZM i 110 Nits'
gallery, lb aata. .
• air rine night, of the re.angagenaat of Mr. ea
Kra COINWeN, the great tragic artfatee.'
• THIS (Iloofign Iwzinao, •
wiumprosatid, •• -
Peep of Day
F. 21, cIoNWAY.
sfman• W. E. 43021WaT.
Introdaolog the mum of Dgmbrook
grotto sad right-had tho tartflo leap frets the cr..
tress height of the Theatre.
To antacids with
NATURE AND PHILOSOPHY.
NATL.= PHI 01 1IPPANDALI.
twin r. , e►nai. 108414 M IS *crouton. •
Jlt th ,Ll.odY.
,—All - penWpaW a r.
V "011tai U - tho doodle of Taste Addy; fa do
gouda Word, faldaoo7 Od.•ltao Xszi drool
was t o • —dot end, nualag tams 01410 and to
Avery olord'ood•parollot wait the lad Oodamoo.
Okada, of talon boob/ addled tad Ys a.
&ad nal : Itlowdo, oppoladd to osomo damp
boodle to tat opalairof the IMO, will. miss
the groand, 142011 DAL 'Jaw Mk Ufa. 1
°Wok p. m. W. 161111111DET. • -
• LUGO allOtallfo norm. ;
ittottlir • RIO aldr 1180 WM.
WOE tiIiViLLE ) (mama tollf
♦ ' . Tato,-Jr.A oa,t PltaotlOole 140118118 ;
AIM 82.110,12 II211188; 211720 ,
.I.ltabowob. mad 'No OW lidera WWI
bays ow Load sad will Wald; D PIPL
LIM% 'll/.8 00* HOB& 812018,824
Ilona B oXlia. WiTZR CLOUT.II42II
2'08o; LIwT, 11./801 wad AL/I PUM h, ay.
DRAIDFLIO Boar, OPIANDEL/888,
BRAVILITo, Ao.• All
. wook iragradad Ow give raw
• wiwklvont •
SOOD peat& Boma Sider,
- 600 • do - do 610,0164641
'!00 do do Sftq
• • 40 bbli. 11:10a haft 11;gul
86 -do Satre lap. do; •
6 mils Potash;
10 Imo Lord; • " ' ,
• ' • 4614:841/10140; ;
Irem 4100 ds!
6 P &lnra a Lamm,
soybi lir rdfffdt4frd
of lows, re a. r . 4b
litaauumegoi , d &Wails mamma, vbe
elrat. Pitubunrk. to , -
plat • rAriumes—tmasozne •
n oat. itosewcod sad Wilma Itaz k V
Nob. stoma. JPII.
THE LATEST NEWS
FROM I WASHINCT6N
Spicial Dispatch to the Plitaborgh GlassUs
WAsanramm, Mey El, 1845$
TTTTTT OXT OP may waitron.
Foity rebel deserters were ma to PhiUde
phis yesterday, and thirty Mae will follow
to-morrow. By the new pansy jut inaugu
rated by the government, all rebel deserters
hereafter muting within our lines mut, in ad
dition to the oath of alleglaiee, take an oath
to remain In or north of Philadelphia
during the , war. If head South of
Philadelphia they win be treated as splu,
the Government laving discovered that
large numbers of .rebels who Mtn here
under the garb of desertion hen, after pin
ing valuable information, rebel mails, *e.,
returned south. . •
Gen. Martindale has issued • special order
proldbiting the sale of liquors to.nthriow,
ohotion day. A large cavalry guard has
been detached to execute order and preserve
couranteurato ice similar. •
Gen. Stahl telegraphs a eompihnentary
port of the bravery dloplayal by Ident Baker,
of Col. Mann's oomnand, in the :aunt affair
with Mossiors gurrillas.' After receiving a
grape shot in Hs thigh, he gallantly pushed
forward, crossed sabres with the rebel, and
toned him to sunendor.
YOIIID DUILTY. 1
The Genera Court-martial of the Potomac
Ann finds Oapt Almen D. Bowies, Co. IC,
Third Micd4M, 'guilty of ahietioe without
leave, and sentanoin him to diet" dual from the
service. Lieut. James D. DenaUtt, Co. B,
Third Alia:Ligon, guilty of the same offence,
was sentenced to forfeit all ply aid 'Rom
ances, and be oishiered. Geis.`Hooker ap
proves the sentences. •
For Uui llrst tinte r tlecTreasity statement
of Friday showed s podia's &mew Use
volute of legal tender motel out. The de
posits yesterday foot up over tht# ralUless.
It Is said tkak persons from 9sorgis are
hers, representing large landed se4 cotter' toi
termite, designed to be exempted from eiinger
cation, on the ground that the emigre are
axosomoa or raisoitaas4 - -
*Col. Ludlow, sow Comadotioatir of Hz
(amaze, reports diet the robes ao*.refuse to
give ap sixty osiighty of Col. BtroNat's oil.
Cm, oa the paw; that Depot* Item found
with the ecnoteatiL • Pooling tha !madders
tioa of this tomato', , the imminent has
Wooed uppish say farther exoh4se.
Limit MICK yrorsairsii.t
The followiej ti the latest from Via:tub:lg:
iillD4l7lllllllll, AULT or Tits 161 . 011/1
May Stu, *a.
Hal braids Lisusol:l4, prosialt
1%. Cfeited &Net:
- Oor olden Mite evened umbra ling of true
to. day broaghtmo mere; biet -saYe that the
Wen sum refortedvasa , dli,maiftont Gen.
Johnmon, of tam rftitelm *data tidt dp To
that time the Marsh had , beeasarialmed veltk
grim& slaughter. !The dead. -wen yet unbar
tied and becoming very °Pensive. • • I
[sled,]"i • Borrammum, •
.44PaultOtiles1W bows .tFOlPallki
scares near the mane 'of eye. Grant's opera
tion, dated the Uth, states that Pemberton
had propelled, ander Afteg of trace, the burial
Of the dead I that Gen. Grant had acceded,
ATI inatishaa NMI done.
1111111 TUN. wrix ti. rimstojurr
The ?reddens had au interview :with the
gentlemen representing Dr. Okaferis chetah,
and the leaders of the Republican party. He
said he would gladly 'ono the Mn!.. of
every *gored man who wanted to should,: a
unapt, and would, protect Lim, sad would
give a oomatand to Elsa. Pre/moat if :lie would
soorpt it, adding that Is relied npott the Col
ored troops as a rateable usistanoa In the
week, of putting down the rebelllim. The
Closandttee win have another Interview -.to
morrow morning, . .
WM. n. arms -
Sent abroad so Mpg advber to Mt. Adatnt* -
mime hers that he is wall robeired : and hie
pod restos to believe that the BritisisßOv.
amment Is determined to pate *1) • to the
mans of rebel nritateert---
via reremiors osair:vitynn, hro.
Privato letters from Bagland state tiosti r itt
Russell has determined to send no esti, maid
maU.bapby rontie where a rookhrin dan.
get of being interrupted by-oarmislimt, thus
walling the Petahoff qaistion. The writer
of one of these MMus, roogAsko l o isms i s
of peat weight* gain that to Ms 41ersonal
kassrMdp. dayin the last war lb. British,
were in . the habit of tithing lettere•ftom net
esosele*irea Miters th• Tends theimalres
ware not adjaileated upon and that they ro
tated to she e ny mereantalettits Which wen
WAssizerow, May 81.—k teleiniza from
On. Stahl, dated Paltfax,O. E 4 to.day, says
that Monks, with 306 Jaen sad usehowitzer,
shaped our gala of can sear. %lOW/ sta..
ttok yesterday, ead tits taardliarladoseeped,
be burst the ends. Col. 'Mean, wile am.
minded: idea beating todlt a per-,
ti on : o f lig for.. aadfollsead h search of the
rebels. Es saes teed thew two ages kora
Ovoidal* when My had taiga a strong
positloa. 0.1. Maan obarpd aped **rebels,
aid Soak thols' Sank- 0.04 Yana regaled at
dark hie . as la beat, kluging fa artil
lery, sad ail oar dead sad aoudad. I Re. also
brought fa fault Mailmen and it of tke
!atm . The ea• Wit patbilaVy. Idiata4at
Hader, Cor.foNele wag state jry a grape
shot fa tbe thigh. Me armed sabres with
Oa rebels, sad loaklit desperatetr - , oar
vu Woladed; -. . . ~;
thicSoial ttlits44. Medved here to•a sy ,
from gia stall of Geo. freaky dated tie Mtb,
mammas ao sMerfel Osage' in swain BUM
the sit& O ihi we ft that day, thou lie*:
bergs salad fel** and halt boars traesto
kry the dead, wldeb was graa'al.
noels ao truth hi the rumored doff& of
Important firm New Toth:, ". ' '
fire You. /47 10 0; 4 14" Weeldegtoe Ist
iss of:lke . iPosweerobd, of Ude silty, seal:alas
the follewhis flow the Boat of the_ v 'of
eke Potato re
: The rebel way Is wh s .
and the politico et *erten fords Is &of
offeadm Th. lain Plaid Brie oaths Bap.
pamertesit Is as Wrong as war, bat the, quo".
Wag ibedielelobere appeal. to have ,
letter also says that no htrUter atehasse
of primers 'will be allowed tor the prawat..
The rebel satiltallies lum lass thelaltletlve
step sad the Wei Digartatat'ker protapuy
Were/ it I. .
_All sunhat olleeiroe pawls
have beat Grim* abr/ 1 1914w Iseinlion - -:
„ as , 14 to probable that, aspotlethatsWlll
sees be sommoseeed for a. wetlauses elem
idimps mem the laWeartet. , - -
. Bor.:Beat/ Warkpeodwr salted to;der tor
Ertglied, la the ; mama City of -Baltimore;
A y i p per, et Ida Maids 1100011pelded. Wl
is u ks does the bay, seem whoa
wire littiashaat, Bee.;*111111010171,
Clalaginaddat sad Others.
- -Tits stssiekl 4 P s - 007 et ZailleO ; tribal
sailed tatty:tor 'ldearpott tk.sk ty „ dx
a id s pssostai sad 1167A0 la I The
amp: Icsilimilk Woke*. smo:
sirt o ts . is - Jsgsaos..Comalsdshre_ c ar tie
Realiat'S dbilibitior 4lll : 244 o 4 / 0 *
. s pa ssas
• itillWmeolipsen Brothers i iists
i sss olossoitai.. - - "be w
Asir IMS‘lablod 41 . . e•
das-disom adisiipti al , "MO
sviojeiehw: -' a 1
Mae pewees Itai arrested ts-4lq by the
Prevost pant at Aseims Xs., 441 Borwhise,
Wes traillWOleiddiellik - /
1 -~' ~ - ~~
1 1 1101 THS 1111131111IPPI ARNIM
CAPTURE OF FORTS AT HAINES'
REBEL STEAM RAMS DESTROYS".
GREAT DESTRUCTION OP PROPERTY
WMIEDIGTOII4 May 31.—The following has
been received at the Nary Department to-day:
Biro-BBIT, BLACK BAWL,
MUSIIIBLPPI EQUADROX, IRAK VICKSBURG,
Via Cargo, May 30th, 1863.
To How. G. Wellas, &watery of ths Navy:
Ma: I have the honor to Inform yen that
the expedition I Bent up the Yazoo, ender Lt.
Qom. Walker, after taking the tartest Haines'
Bluff was perfectly sueousful. Three powerftd
steam rams were destroyed at Yazoo thty.
oft= was a monster-310 feet long and DI
het beam, to be covered with 41nek iron
plates. IL ail nary yard, with molds* shops
of all kinds, saw mills, blacksmith 'hops,
go., were burned. The property destroyed
and captured amounted to corer $2,000,000.
Had the monster iron ram been' finished tike
would have given u some trouble. Ose bat.
Lay was - destroyed at-Diary'. Bluff. Our lois
Is one killed and seven wounded.
rgiviado Dana D. Nam,
Acting Roar Admiral Commaaddas.
Oen &tog, - May 29.—The meamer Jan,
with Liverpool data of the 21st, and Lou
dander', of the 22d, was boarded this after-
A general feeling of swum prevails in
filiation to American news.
The Derby 711011 was won by Illaoaroni by a
short head only. Lord Caton was second.
Cotton—Baba for Ares days, 10,000 Wei,
the market dosing dull and slightly lows?.
Breadstuff' quistlind steady without change
Provisions dull and unchanged.
Tor 'Larmr-gtay 3L—Cotton--Balffs for
the weak 28,000. Prins are 3(@35 lowa* for
Amer' isa and Swats..
The Glasgow arrived out on the 21st.
TIM Yaa7 LLTZS?
Liverpool, May 22.—The ramose of an arm-
Wise having been agreed upon boatman the
beWgerent partied in America, whlalt mem re
ceived by the skimmer Glasgow, hem to.
day, oreatod alnoyaney in the cotton market,
and the week's destine was partially rearremd.
Breaditaffs dosed arm and steady. The pro
vision market Is dull but steady.
/wades, Max 22.—Consols for money elided
at 93%. - - -
The Cork Examiner contains correspondence
fransvarions•points' of Ireland, which leaves
malady any , doubt that recruiting for the
Northern army hss been attempted td be car
ried on there on an Wands* some. •It appears
that Nitobalstown, Oharlearille .and Permoy
lovelorn visited by seven American gentle
men of military aspect, who publicly offered
to give passage to any number Of young men
who were willing to accept it, to New York,
for three pesos *sob, with a certainty of eon-
Winona remuneration for work when thiky err=
rived - there. The pollee were present on ma.'
oral occasions, which feet obviously discom
moded theitrangers, but as there was nothing
Mogul in their proposition, no promedinge
could be taken. Several hundred young men,
who beyond all doubt have engaged to go I.
'America on the taw offered by the American
agents, are amsittegahe sailing of the—early
Ittemome.. i • • •
The . advice* from " Cherbourg . report that
consideriblapreinforeements are being die
(pitched from them to Youleo.
There h really nothing. news. to' the MO7ll.
'menu tof *the Polish insurgents.
- The Sank of England, has advanced Its
talnlinitt rite of dlsomust 34 per mint.
The'politioalimwe Is unimportant.
Tlivarrivid of the stiamsr Glassoli dispelled
the moor, of an armistice in America.
, . Tie, steamer. Itlanonki • did lot leave South
ampton for : New...Torkowthe 20th, owing to
The Rammaaia is expect - id to arrive etilhi
22.1 Lest: and will take her phi". ' '.- ', ,
New You, May 31.--The steamerlpidoni
from Ltveryoel, with dates to the 19th and
Qaeenstewn of the 201 b, arrived this after
noon.' ' Nit &deices have twin mainly antici
pated by,, the Jura. - •
GMAT Barreic.—News of the destruction of
dem muds o ff .Peratunbooo, by pirates,
tutd hod Ragland.
' Port r advises of Rooker's battleton the
Rap . oak were eagerly anticipated. ,
tail atm looks upon Gull. Rooker's plum
Ye frnstratad,'ind thlnks that his defeat will
bathe teat china °nutmegs in Pliginda.„
The reply at President Lincoln to the ad
dress of the Rmancdpation , l3oclity,las been
recited._ He says the addries is very grail : .
log, ens expresses friendly feelings torrid
There iiiiegil' Wog to be a ,gentral good
feeliiein -Esigisad; especiall in mistooratii
eirekwoirising out of , advioes from.
Ofiirs• ins Mit it 69f. 450.
,VOLAND.--Thirrallah telegram' 'report a
eoattattiCsprostkof the insurrection.
0110/111ILTI, Efoy 31.—Ozt . Tomb) , nut,
flornotdo will remove the Headquarters
Of the Dirparuasatof 'the Ohio, to litaktoatk,
Brfdp; Ky., about too allot /oath of Motto-
. Brig. asa. N. o.lloLan has boon appoint
ed Provost Minim' Gonseall of the , Deplete.
Meta tio,Oalo, with-his headquarters at
The Ctimurciai has the following Southern
tient f 'Trti - Asipectl, of the 29sh, ,eue two
gunboats itigie.been sink at. Vicksburg.
CoL Orion',ers cavalry snide another raid
(rob Baton Hogue, capturing'and deitroying
a large rebel asp. - -
Pemberton's' Qautermuter mounded in
running Seven hundred mules out- Visks.
bug, thereby redulng the tonea mli tion of
Dorn.. She gsuboa has full rattoas or abe
t' dna. _,. . ._ •• --: ...
The Anus& uonsionefaitit, or trio- Illth;
notbru i the arrival •of Brookinridge in that
. - •
A 'dbpatolt i trim ilintsbie . tii Brum an
nouncing his determination to hang all the
rebel odious in his Medi, in ow - retaliation
for two'splu tried andbiesstodin amordance
with the usages of war shield be resorted to,
was yeitarday .00nmed_ frou'llitutteesboro
redder li deg oftisoe. • , . . • -
e ay '
'WLincrecirox, Hip;l o .--ihntimaisi who 'e
thyl to-night from' the'llakiehisaboit say
that a **Le ulna& of Om enemy la ;moan.
win iniesd'._yesteid'ay Ulm of Malkin
the nai:ortheirAti.g'ireat. While 0011.
wan moriag southward, the
„pireposuistertee of **muses append to be
,to'dtratiost,of Eaki. l o l : /la sal'
77 iCkf r ii14 fitratit4isaid
it•Jia pia telicy% Bordahis beau milldam
hip istereased. within the. put "day or two,
widoltia'Coaltiled • 11C/011A4' (111111rIaos , 1116 •
rtls to cover ef a raid by dm
• .listretut Jtialt, of itiedugesi paid a 'visit to
Gum! Hooker-jut eilay,atostatiuded by'
wird WEI' mid amatiosim-. ' , They won
coutsouly sad Warta, teethed by the ilea:
afar sidleft.iliit a bearable ~i ssprituioa;:of
his abLUsy to defeat the ribels.WititithUpteper
sipportaatty shall =:%7.': i ,
:.lii. 101004. the' eassiy:ito ptuaidam to
dementia somiiirhete on our' Itself a .
iner,sect up pa the other side map beaiily'W
Louts. - -
-Run Loth;May, l l9:-;-441broatili hem
04*.rifatipit - iceitoora afithwida,
Us iamb mould Arau s kt o is " ?
Port Gamma oa , thir tweatieth,- aid attacke d Ookotel ;Prow but; wire repidsed and
driest but istressOus ii 1•11%, Oar !loss is
the Eint7's.milsit Pude& ...All
the dimeallies-betwith Gus. tEltdiOdeld and
Xenia bang beat reeetelledfaid.thi genet
newt the waimisid,ot the the
fr 11 ontlet sadjuiralerthe'lladla 6•014
•1•1111•0 . preparations arti . , sing "made
korc tc; the, uoutioiref. the womaded trek
_ c ,oo/14 Va.
lidigebothe li tsit is ti,tiw ssiesip-ay .
isf s lailiW: •sktA. . sallaturday ii!,
= ja w jhrap k:is :.
~,,,T i. j sk u se r
a• 4 W ,Tlos or
- • +lel • •
4.r,t*, - - maw( . 11 .
.' - or . _ • enikainity, ad oio la flis
gmnumatilnif is as more ftia will
aph is wad on ailli*, ammo.
tat& . _ .
- Southern News.
Muarauweole, Nay 30.—The Chat
Betel of the 29th hat the following:
Mobile, Mgr 29.—Bapertairom bar
burg crate that Banks' army hadie
Grant sent in slog of lame gaiter&
the link and wounded. The staughto
Pedenit is far greater in the w:111
Vicksburg than in any bottle in the
The dasseinippins of Tnesdn
day's battle as Vicksburg was the nit
bowl of a/1.
The Qautermaster , at Canton says the Yan
kee gnnebats bane left Yuoo City:
/U 41510314 Noy privatedlapatch from
Canton says sit was - well yesterday. Vicks
burg holds ont bravely.
The Rebel eays.Capt. DeMeyer of kforgan's
eaysl4, vu Mod in a akinalsk near Beady
vine on the 8611._
The Mel bellareithe umy of the Cumber
land lain: a, weaker seedlike to-day than at
any time anon the WWI of hturfrembuo. It
Woks Romareas relnforeed Grant. .7.
Th. Reba thinks Vallsadigham's *hums
of Wag Gotorsor of Ohio ars Tory fair. With
snot a man asTrosident of the United States
iould away, have pesos. ' .
bttais, itog 28.—Valisadighiiii is till
h o rs.o lie Till sow Virginia la a few days.
MAIMS Conn Home, May 30.—A detach
tent of the Irennont cavalry had a sklmobb
yesterday, near Thomiugbfare Gap, with 40
rebel cm airy. The latter led, Wong' killed
and 2 wounded, and 1 prisoner. We lost 1
man prisoner, and 6 horses wounded. On the
morning of the 30th, the rebels attacked a
train of 16 ears from Alexandria, loaded with
forage near Mettle Wm, and - the train was ut
ierced d e b m y owM The '
100 olopno tbvaell s, being
p the cars burned.Th dmennon d
escaped. A form was cent out and marked
the place 16 minutes after the occurrence.
They pursued the rebels and came up with
them, and had a brisk engagement. Trey
out them up badly and captured their two pie
ces of artillery. The rebels were a portion
of Mosby's guerrillas, 4 of whom were cap
Front Fortress Monroe.
lowness Monson, May 29.--The election
at Norfolk area Portsmouth, yesterday, want
of iiptietly;'The entire Union ticket was car
ried in the afternoon. The citizens of Ports
mouth had a pole raising, on wbioh ;motion
speeches were made by Col. Johnson, of the
14th N. Y. regiment, and several 'prominent
Bexenty.lire deserters from Minimlppl
regiment game WO clulfolk yesterday. : They
havi taken the oath of allegiance, and are to
be ant north b the Baltimore boat to-night.
The election in this distriot passed or bar;
monionsly as fez as heard from, except IX the
Hatipton precincts. There are. two site of
Omigressmen, Ems. Joseph Begur, and Di. G.
B. Watson', both of whom claim to be alitited.
• Markete . bg 'Telegraph.
Itztanizrzam M. I 03.—Bnt little i s doing In
brimiantle- due OM Ohio extra family itold ge,76
07; iayarane doll at POW. - Bye door aaW Mow.
46(04,116, Cern meal at hi. Wheat moves
Lyles 3,00 Q bah rad at $1,6031,i8 and white
at $ 478. By* dmUned to $l.. Corn Iti tate rm.
mien &XI tomb wild, at &Way& fir yellow and
80c Sir emote . = mixed. , Oate moody sod DAG boob: -
meld at 708730.. No Wm of barley or-malt: - Oliver.
Bred wanted at 13,73. Timothy la nandnalat i 10.30
and dammed at AUL Come drooldng. and tali , mid
midair attract vary little attention. , Provisioner
held but net much doing." Whisky ham ad.'
vanced mod okeed at 46(letee for Pen= and Ohio..
Mot Yawn, May 30.—Ootton . qalet- at '5130:15ii.
Floor Arm and advanced 604 saw LIMO Ws W. OP
rat% a nt. "' Wl Si rat )43s oaa 1 ar ° 1 3 •14211t 6 ;12: 47 1
wpm imust.tt 'far °Mew tsPtthis 1; 2
@IA few auk and sl„teig)l,6l wr ed.
Lora advasced salaa 60,GU0 bash. at noneo.
pra,iski.• quirk whisky doll atHt
Ildtkiin • .
adpts - ot_isoar. 14133,W/4 Wheat lit, is r boaki
bash.- rtaights unchanged.
ORTE a WANTED.—An experienced P attn. with • ettiotly Itteprreli 'baba% who oils
cone Intl reommended. nun. other need applz.
tor29:et - 7DW. UZAZZLTON. to Di.a.ado,'
WALNITSD Iliblll/11aXLY 7 -
cOO bal.rhai Clovaatad,.;
SICO -des ' do Book. ba; .
Arintruartihrsi t 1167 Litany atri...l
0319 . std. S. alaa't t.OO.
WANTED.—S7S • NoiTsl—l , want to
g hiss Agouti In otior ‘ oounty at Miiisoatb.
upoopilpalC toad! my suniviwoo Irsattly hewing
nowliteee. ghtiewe h. kte.DISOJI,
meiklheir • • • Med. Motto.
111ANITED.$60 • =KM 1-.4YR w a n
,Tll, Apes. at pa ripnisis pact; so ma
o i se. E. 0 11.0.• awaits. - 04.=a a...... 4— gleams
othiCzaw; odd sod • eitions saiRRA
valise enttfrolo Addrup.,
SHAW l CLARK. BklikArra. ifia
001319111 rani AND ILARILIT WOOERS,
iltd and ;410o:toy over litabardsoWs..T
PROTOGILkPIiIkie over: and dyis, plata 9F
caloped, from ths papaw °arts . ds '.to Gala
MA LIM lila%
Et; I , o7lylMialtweckt particularly till the et-
too dm of no Am imp tirrut to the rotifi *and
Nifty of this ostabltsholoot, !lies rosoind by'i itn
shad light ot.ststra
lir Pawls samars, sattitiotice ignarai
11111115 Ak4l4 VAJL. thr
LADIZP, mow s oanDßEire
O.IITBES, BALMORALB & B0(5/13,
soRLAND.r. gO. Or Mato(
Oailidetbirot olrAl—Cialto:7 ALII.IIWA&S.;
Mime Covina astute sad Obllaislo Irot*All4l
mnis. Alio. NW!, Age, ,m Tooll'or Som a .
esitaro and Balson.
Yor s olnAlo 1,0,1 well WWI I '
examlao wry . Moak "bi1..4/ introboolog /olosilarA'
Xeatitt Was durplkatel. ; Batomoble. ay .
I. H. Bconiliili s ia
a.boad 400 fro.
STILL e °genii
• m ,
ob* :it or • 4 .
aura iTat l / 1 1 50 /OALT KU_4 lO / TOW,
13 0 / 0T V.,
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SPRING - 131Ver OP-GOODS,
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ad with gnat are to mast tho Ip of tvs of *Mr
many Wands sad patron, sad trouble, by alma at.
Mation to bamboo and 'ldiot latomlty, to meet to.
approval of all who may tams us with
Nods to order la the - irt nannii Old odituocUibis
term. Huhn finished . grakipaiwunxrouss,
for Buff, raid and LIDO Mew . % u it.
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with witssotaoso and deopatdo._
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Juno Ilk at i o'clock v[ll hi sold, at the Bowater.
dal Woo Looms 54 /nth wag, a stock at goO4
Boasonahl litualtunk abt.h tan ban tut a awn
Mau In non, lungiachug 11rOclitirthi OM red Lounge.
Jgoo Janay Una owls Matiapiay Bodo cad, aio.out
Walnut taiga paat Maiamad, oink Matta rah Oginti•
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Dining and Broakfus Tad.% i coo Soot "ut.1,1
Okalt, osmium Vows; Looking sues, Pa , la Pie.
Um. oblong Maatoltnodi. Mud. Bilk Dad Ware,
Altman Utonntio ate lanutoso a agpslor
Coot Stove, &O. IWO Goa and glatuarany Book
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Jaws 2d, at 1000626 wall bo told to ins trade, at
the annotoro al Salsa Room, 61 2Mtb strait
-40 piaese L,Yis Poplin; • - •
46 %ambito Lawn Moog
• loateas; .
3 all moil 6-4 t amnia %loads;
2' u Pnntatnen Staff, -
6 u Dram Mande;
WO lads Ilinnitult ova Island Kunst;
au Oath and vanity Meath's.-
136 algal Hopp bidet. ben_quallto;
'2O dose's 01anos and floonity;
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it) Maroetilan nhirt Samonza;
60 asecetod oda Mal Tao,
1.11 ••• •• Onituniz Won
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BIITY.—Wit 01430/11 avUNtNs, Joao ad,
eta o'clock, wall be add_ at tic Oionwarcial. NJ..
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on tan loaaalL.tty ludlioad, *HAW NOS an.""
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liatrast," In filial aownablp. of tb. lac*
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tw.an ths Iktonvndah•hlt slaw ana Pittaourab a Uo• •
nalarida Bahr:447.n ada.lowds tato fo: mama*.
LoC so. afa 6 Mee 6 ;craw,' battrain dm rail -
road and brow of sae hill, ine winos Ls a two -4.0
4 .• ll iiiffa Puska, rick, vita- is moan, L.:la:a:oat
Allebsoe IMO Maw and beta holmy wull happhad
with Warn witeri frame an.., o.Oxlag• house. all.
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stwadant.pappka of hat. to igtwas aarody.
Loa hi. 3 la o sores 67 perabwo or cool. land' In
rear of La hot 11, lb@ most awie.l4o Landis% also I.
lb. county, baring =tombs flaw aif air mar. and
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saute oa thatawarrup road moo sdOmdowpc.paty
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