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14071 ILLY MORNIIM::::.rtrNs 15, 156 a
Uaion' County Ticket.
For Prositst Akio e A. Marta Civwt.
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ThundOrer , s . Puzzle.
'Thi London Fses is loin in wonderment
,attki.tworidition of thlngs which' it finds in
ION ( *) On 0 . 11 1 ,1 7 midst of the reverses
of what it is pleased to °onsider a hopeless
and mitinently.tummtoessful war. It finds,
seeardirit to it ' own statement, that the
_ - .
. people of. the Northern
,cities are joyous
z.,,Pillent-,htted-to the operatiOns of the war,
talthough. but one uninterrupted series of
dtiostera its anus, and pursuing their
rounds'; of femme and of business, as
Quash ihey were unconstdous oe the ter
rible' straggle in which they are engaged.
Bat that is not all, It is stillmore amazed,
if , pielide, to learn that there is an abso
lute Materialjortigress in keno •where, by
sll,the miles of- caleubtion andeirperiencte r
it Was tOte is:Penal that we sonotlitdorin
weePrand'erringour numb; and stag; . :
mate in - Utter and irremediable deciptir.
-its logiorandihilosophy are confessedly al
fault: It cannot understand why it is that
a nation which has (by rebel accounts)
sustained loss of at least 'half a million of
men, Arad not - bewail the bereavement,
Valli the slanghier of only two hundred
lhoulOA, which ;It puts down, upoh the
time authority, as the - maximum of rebel
• lean, has sent O mourning and Badness
;„thetitqrlicont' all fietwasiti. And it invents a
theory to socount fors phenomenon which
ii only a:ranee& wi`tl& those who reject the
tenth' end pre* to believe It it had
cooomrsid to it, air it would to any honest
-or, sensible man, that this condition of
c . soolety ' was in itself conclusive
evidenoe of the-falsity of its statement in
regard to Northern losses, it would have
been a much more obvious and philoso
phical way of disposing of this knotty
question, than its miserable attempts to
reconcile two condition that are in the
very nature of things entirely inoompati-
Me with • each other. It was utterly Im
possible „that We could have been as light
hearted and as prosperous as we are admit
ted to be, if we have been beaten in every
engagement indlost 500,000 men, while we
bad, 9 3 4 .des4 o 7es l . 200 , 000 of the.enemit
•and 'Tinny beprobable that the rebels would
have mourned so deeply if they had been
so invariably nenssfoL
It might have occurred to the runes, how
' ever that.if the Northern States are able
to "pare 500,000 mon without even missing
:them, and continue to be as hopeful and
ill1;1/11,1411/11 as ever, in spite of all these sup
_ posed reverses, the chances for the &temp
.,: lion of thia goveinment, Which it has so
often announced as an accomplished fact,
were rather, of the. slenderest, against a
power so unimpaired by such a sacrifice
• and with a spirit so entirely unbroken by
each an interrupted train of disasters. If
' another 200,000 of the chivalry should per
, ink in the next two years, we greatly fear
that. flay, will be not only "-Wised and
mourned, bet that the only consolation and
the only hope left of posterity to their Wire/
. WWI allugh(ors 'will be the capture of their
*querna by arts, when arms have failed,
as anew is said to have captivated her
iletharian Olin, Rome.
Thine is another way, Moreover, in which
• a pflibeephor might have accounted for the
wined livity or stoicism of the still
money making,- North. No rebel horde,
with the•neeption of the hasty visit of a
' praiitari trail; at Chaulintsbrirg, has yet
pressed`lts "an* foot upon the virgin soil
of the Sin States, while the Northern
heeseieltker Hun nor Cossack, but with
• his besd•still he the direction of prior=
aosiqUest--has bathed his flanks in the
lama, and the Cumberiand;and the Ten
- new% and - ewept like a whirlwind front
the Pelona to the Gulf.. If the London
- wllistill bidet, in the Lice of contour
, rearms ilistory,- that all this career of
isionquest without even a reticent ware, is
nothingbui a'series of uninterrupted die
' • anon to one arms, it, might perhaps find a
raison for Noitherijollity, in the fact that
no home bag been landed and :no pursuit
- • or besatili •of industry disturbed by the
brink ak`war, - and'a reason for Southern
sednewin the reflection that, the wicked
, ~ .nees of the perjured scoundrels with than
••• irjapnadror, has :drawn' down upon
tip imaclit 0111 000W1041111 of Heaven's ren
, powst, which have desolated their dwell
' ' Logs end blasted their lields, - 611,,with a hue
Air of 'otreprandsciat chinas; repre-'
•-r < Nat aglb. monetary ind mercantile Later
at tile cify, isuisiorsted a .very Com-
- rnOndebl e movement ; on Saturda y; 'lOl4
will result in a losa. to the - Government of
, $600,00 to Waal the pipe:mix of the do
r P!rta °3l4l** ordered' to be raised for
the datu . ms of sur city and vicinity.
.Tie Banks and Bankers propose loaning
" the nut of half a million of donate', to sup.
idyticiiiilitari died Brpoks. A
a j dombient aitlsne was ap
imatid4l to • procure a guarantee from the
priperty holders, to refund the sum sub
' scribed, in mini Congress Should fail to
Pam an appropriation, to iefund the
TM movement is highly patriotic and
• 4 : oonultesdable. Our monied men; it will be
,aesn, ire mot backward in oontributing to
, L UC Pulilla 4.topoc . Namethatlth i gum
' lied that the ',initiates,* who may enroll
;.+lntittleitifor ill:oddities ouf homes erill
be pied for ' Liao; may be-ili. ttis'
grin, the same as regular 7*lulgoraNir.
knowledge of this fiat,
tatTporisa4. to ,sorysLvtaVitliert *Wire Us'
kale isißalaws, , will tads.* oni citizens.
' tbizisclvis in. ansi eur,licoal
silitS4'Clrg"l2l9lgi' for de f en ce .' .of
chosen,.loth . out delay.
/41 ! 11 . 5 l im uuita - to Pkr
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Signe of I. lotion
The N. Y. Times ;of Saturday says:
We think there are signs that the armies
of Hooker and of Rosecrans are not likely
to remain long inactive: ''•, Precisely what
all -these signs are, it may be as well not
to publish. In both of gti armies on the
Rappahannock -things leek unsettled and
stormy. Hooker's late infantry movement
to the other aide of the river, just below the
rebel lines, and his cavalry movement to
Culpepper Court House, in - the opposite di
rection, show that he is olosely watching
the enemy, either with designs upon him
or to learn his designs.
The movement of a heavy rebel force to
Culpepper Court-house, consisting of de
tachments of two !inns of their service and
the whole of their cavalry arm,—and the
reconnoissances of the rebels toward the Po
tomac, indicate their projects if not their
plans ; while the fact that all the able-bod
ied citizens of Pennsylvania have been
summoned to arms by Gen. Conch, shows
the deep and pervading apprehension of
invasion. Gen. Roseerans, in the West,
has received some newspaper censure for
remaining so long inactive, while Grant
was waging - his heroic battles around
Vicksburg. It is altogether unjust, as
those who gave it would admit, if they
comprehended Roseerante position and hie
assigned duty. Ilia half-year's inactivity,
however, is likely to be broken very soon,
and that, Pao, by his own act. The month
of June may yet prove as stirring a month
for Rosecrans as May was for Grant.
The Siege of Vieltsbitrg.-Complaints
A correspondent of the St. Louis Democrat,
writing from Grant's army, says:
I have been astonished to hear persons
complaining that Grant is doing nothing.
They seem to imagine that Vicksburg is to
come down like Jericho, at a'.flourish of
trumpets. The truth is, the army could•
hardly be more active; or on the qui vim.
On the 224 of klanin order to silence that
Cry, Grant hurled the whole column of the
army upon those breastworks, and it broke
as the surge breaks upon the rock. The
irtny'haa .now simply changed its tactics.
It M for the time dropped the bayonet and
_taken up the spade. .I.n the double gloom
of the night and the ;mine, the army is
creeping stealthily forward. A few even
ings since, in Company with an officer of
Gen. Benton's staff, I threaded the length
of one of these approaches. From previous
accounts I had imagined them like those of
Leyden, as deep caverns where foes half
entombed grappled in the subterranean
darkness. In these anticipations I was
disappointed. The famous mine of my fan
cy and of rumor turned out to be simply a
trench, covered with cross pieces and earth,
lin plain view from the enemy, and simply
answering as a protection against muskets
and cannon of small calibre. It was not
designed as a secret bed of gunpowder, but
as a simple approach to the enemy's works.
From Tennessee .. Gloomy Pros.
peels of the nebellton..Nutinons
termessemumin Brags Army,
A dispatch of the 11th from Murfrees
boro says: A lady who came within our
lines states that well-known rebels in Chat
tanooga and Shelbyville are selling off their
goods and property to non-combatants at
great. sacrifices, in anticipation of our speedy
occupation of those places. Cheatham's di
vision is three miles this aide of Shelbyvile,
and Cheatham appears to be very uneasy.
The rebel Tennessee regiments are utterly
demoralised. Bragg ordered one to go
south to reinforce Johnston, when the men
and some of the officers mutinied. Bragg
then ordered out a brigade to surround the
mutinous regiment, and swore he would
bang ten men a day until discipline was
restored. Bragg also said, in the hearing
of the whole brigade, - that he wished these
Tennesseeans were all in hell. There is
excitement over the affairs in the vicinity
of Bragg's army.
Precedence of Rank.
At invitation of the Secretary of War,
General Fremont has addretwed that official
a well-written letter in reply to General
Butler's demand to be considered the rank
ing officer of the national army, which
General Butler makes as a point of eti
quette, resting his argument upon the as
sumption that it was the President's inten
tion to make him the senior general in con
dile:talon of meritorious , service. The
President did not carry out• any suoh in
tention; and General Butler belonged to
the volunteer army, to rank as major gen
eral froiethe 16th of May, 1861, the date
of his commission, Whereas Generals Mc-
Clellan arid Fremont were appointed mejcrr,
generals of the regular army, ranking from
the 14th May.
The Rebels on the 'Rappahannock.
A.Washington correspondent, writing on
On our extreme left the rebels hare man
ifeeted increased force by doubling the
picket lines. All day yesterday they were
running trains from their dopot on the
railroad near town, southward, and about
strolls from the depot and out on the Port
Royal road, they had a large force drawn
up in line of battle, as though they ex
pected us to attack them.
Our troops across the river still assume
the offensive, while the enemy directly in
front show themselves in numbers, and
yesterday uncovered twenty-six guns,
which can be seen in theirworks with the
aid of glasses.
CoL. Wurnwax, the gallant English of
Hoer, who was wo4ded in the late bril
liant cavalry tight, is now In Washington
The Star, of that city, says:
'.He wee shot through the leg on Tuesday, and
rods forty miles aftenrarde, never leering his mat
mead until yesterday morning, He led the left
wing and captured Broody B on and the MU on
which Gen. Stuart's Madguartarn Imre located, and
then got radars to fall boot. which he did in good or
dar, the enemy not attempting to follow. He will be_
At for duty in • short time, his wound nut being st.
Mous. Ea conidders the enemy much demoralized by
the attack nen ahem, and been. Ides that they will
attelptany mammas, at iresenti northward."
—We nee by the English papers that the
gallant Calmere metier, lady Leeson!leld,
died quite suddenly, in London, recently.
Ome Founts Boum. toe 11/2, iti2PAIIAIIr
private letter fioin the Army of
the Potomac, dated the 9th loud, informs us
that. two full divisions of our troops were
then on th e south side of the itappahan
wick, where they Were meting arrange
ments to remain 'some time. The troops
oommenced -on Sunday evening the con
struction of a line 'of rifle Pits two hundred
yards in , advance of the line °counted in
the last battle, aid `oak' co=respondent
writhe that, having on:the Bth welked the
wbole length of the.works, already extend
over • mile, he is confident they can be
by the force now occupying them,
with the aid of the batteries on the heights
on the north bank of the river, against ten
times their number. Thi works will be ex
tended a considerable distance beyond the
pants now occupied, and Lee may beforelong
And it Impossible to shake off the uncomfor
table neighbors who haven Daly eat down
in immediate contact with his lines.—N. P.
'k n o w Bed.
:Mosey'. Foaar nrro Mearxran.—The re
are Indications that the foray of Moeby into
Maryland Mill intended to be oontempors,
neous : with that of Jab. Stuart. Mosby was
sot as the advance, and by threatening
One point, induce a withdrawal of our
forms to defend thatpoint and thus weaken
the at the ford intended to be used
by"'Stuart. itiosbi operated East of the
Boil Bun and Batootin mountains, While it
it: ad probably intended that Stuart should
eras to the:-west;of those ranges. Now
that- the' movements of, the main body
wider Stuart hwie , been frustrated, Mosby
will his part of the programme
and zetireilbeforei by nripid movement .of
ems eittairYi IN is off ffom retreat—N.
HLTTZRX A I •
The mmp►n7 .ll meat at Wiltia's HAW iht.d.
rte.,. THEN AFT &SWOON at tam o'cloek,TO YAB
THE 0171981 Wu METOtLI,. •
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HOWE BATTERY...- meeting
beIdISTS ITIPTZIG WaablogOn
Fall lleberoa etteet, to organ,. a Battery r (Light
Artillery ler State Baena, MI wrong walking to
Jobe are toeitai to be present:' iba toll - cut /1110 be
es, en at Bo son . . Dray Sore, 8L Ol.tr etreat.
jelfnlte. -0. L. BRAUN. •
ATTENTION ARTILL L. KIWI'S 1
LCD Sy sattority (rum Zetectitice Ocannieee
of Public, gaiety of Ileytney ~- l inty. •
ntlptest all ISM Wh• s.e SCVlMinted w ith A r m.
J e ey practice, and eepeoially theme , who hies wry. d
In the field. tr Meet at Wlikin's Hall, third ram
nrom aloes. m. TO-PAY, when 1 trill p - meed to
enrol ahem In companies.
The emergency If great end I west lo every man
to MUM without dale, and enroll for the defense of
hie family and Aresidn,
W. W. WARD.
Mahican Batt,' Clommitt.
PROVOST MAISNAL's Orrlea..l3D Dirt. Or Pa.,
Prtraitina, ions 15, 11365
U.. MEN WANTED FOR IHE IN
VALID 0011P5.—Only these faithful °ldiot
who, from eib'nelde or the hardships of war, we so
longer at for active geld duty will be received In ihte
Corp of Honer. Satistments will be for three peen
anima wooer illseharged. Pay and allot...noes lams
as attars mind men of the United •States Infantry;
extept thatl no prantinnui or bounty for enibtment
will be allonroi. This will not Invalidate luxe yen,
sb us or bbuntles which way be due for retina terl
?be following on •ibrm bat becci adopted for 61114
clue and men of atoll:ma:id Oorpi
Ron. Omani's—frock coat—of aliy-blue clotb,
with dark blue velvet o'lhr and on& ; In all otber
raped', accordiug to the present pattern br dicers
Elhogider etratu—Artxoding to present regulatlcni,
but waked en dark blue velvet
Pants loans—Of sky.blue cloth, with double stripe
of dark blue cloth down the outer seam. elob stripe
cowbell itch wide, with 'pace between of three•
eighths el au inch.
forage tlp—Pre sent regulation.
Yoe Exuma° HEN —Ja-ket—Of eky.blus kersey,
with dark. blue trimmings, cut like tho cavalry Jack •
et, to come well down on the abdomen.
Trovesers -Present regulation, sky.blue.
Forage cap—presout regulation
Men who are rttil In service unable to perform of
ftsii duty. moy be transferred to tble (Imps,
Hadlntl Inspectors, Surmane in ciforge of Hovel.
tale, MtMary e‘mmandere, and all °teems hawing
auttorlty to discharge, studtr existing Lys and reg.
Mations, are forbidden to grant discharged to any
men under their control who may be dt for servim In
the lnNid Oorm.
For the convenience of service, the men will be se-
. . -
looted for throe grades of duty. Those who are most
eMcistit and able bodied, and capab'e of performing
guard duty, etc., etc., will to armed with musket.,
and skadgued to companiso of the First Battalion.
Those of the nett degree of officioncy, including those
who hare lost a had or an arm, and the least ogee•
live, including those who have lost a foot or leg, to
the. companies of the Second or Third Battalions;
that' -will bo armed with sword..
The duties oil be chiefly to act to provost guards
and garrisons for cities; guards for hospitals and oth
er public buildings; and es clerks, orderlies, etc. If
loom! necessary, they may Ito assigned to forts, etc.
Acting !militant Provost Manhole General are an.
thorlied to appoint officer. of the regular service,
of the Invalid Corp., to administer the oath of enlet
ment to three men who hero completely Walled the
premritad conditions of admission to the Inva id
1. That the applicant Is aunt for service in the de'd.
2. That ho to at for the drains, or some of them, in
3. That, If not now in the service, he was honorably
4. That he is meritorious nod deserving.
For :oulletrnenor further Information apply to the
Board of Enrollment for the district in which the ap
' pllca.ut le a resident.
By order of the Provost Marshal General.
.1. HERON FOSTER,
Captain and Provost Marahal, Twenty-Second Dis
trict of Pennsylvania jells:lm
WASIIIIMITOS CITY. Jane 9th, 11369.1
0 . ORDER —(Exia.scrra)
1. The Department of the Monongahela
will embrace that pa Mon of the ntate of Penns)].
Irani& West of Joanatown. sad the Laurel Rill
range of Mountaine, and the counties or Dancixt,
brook. and Ohio. in the Buts of Virginia, sad the
rountier of Columbiana, lefferron and Belmont, In
the State of Ohio. .
fillgadier General St tutus T. B. Bnoots le 10.
.41)03 to the command of tblo Department, flood.
neuters at Plttebstrah.
9. A Deportee. tai Army Oorpa of Vol.& et In
fantry, Artillery and .Jar-ltd, to le dnignstee the
Army ("cannot the Monongatell, will te,enrolltd
and organized In aceordaace with regelationo of the
f.r the teotectlon and detente of the
pobbc property within that t epartment. and teal
ha mtuth-re..l Intl the *aril. el ttla Dnlttd it to
erica d. riot lb. plevoro of the Prealdent or the
one Unmoor* of the
Tt a can-opal - la and Mears d tbo Depart-
Mea 'al OAT. wIL I previ tonally commtutoaed by
7101 win be as toed, natt...rm d, equipped. god
while to active service. eta sided and supplied. ea
caber troop. of the Culled State..
o...airy volunteer. may furnish their own borate.,
t* be turned over to the Called etetse at their op.
pear d vda., or allow.os .id be made-tor the time
of actual etavice at the rate authorised by law.
1 he government veil manta ricked Cavalry to the
extant that bone. con be turntehea.
Tee Ilesertasental Corps will nut bs entitled lo
boanty, and o tenet b. paid oath Conant.n mallet aa
apinoprosti.o tor bet purger.
olustoefe in the le partmental Corps may, at
their own now:left, b• t-ensterrei aril mastered into
the service lea three y,an or daring the war, and
upon suiti wonder and mist* . they will be allowed
the pay end thuttly aulbOea.d by the Act of Con
arias to volunteers for three...pant err:luring the war.
Velar:tem in the Ihpartmenlat Corp. will roman
subJeet to mall went sad draft fat general senior.
The etillatmeot, re-rult.ng and sr outsize of Colon.
tetra for three tee a or duririi the war, Is to be
stimulated end emu-wood, the adores to ba appoint•
fel and coma.lattins:. o) tie gore:non of the neve.
St" entletmetle herein rrarlded. and trartsfere
from the liepartmental we,ee to the three year?
service. moat be reported to the Proem& Martha
Gem el, to order that the rsapectit• Mater and Oen.
gromional Dl.tricte may roomier. appropriate credit
under the Enrollment Act of Coarroe.
4 Alt the troops within the Depeetm at will be
=ler the command of the General corn, eedlog the
Def....mum er,th the anal De foe remental
0 0 • 0
et The operations ardent the enemy are act to be
limited by the georrephical ilcee of the Cepattmeni,
bet may eatecel to steam at merit/lay. is In toe Judi.
meet of lb. wattaandlae Ueneral may be expedleat
to mist wr pursue the wormy
Vo.auteer compaalm sal reetemea orgsnised In
plaza not within the Department of the Alottonge
heist, may be attached for temporary service to the
Army (kepi of the Zdamegabeta, and clamored into
service open special application and order of the War
Dap tettaeo t.
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By order of the President.
(Stilted,) 1111W111 M. WrAMION,
Secretary of War.
lISADQVAITZES DES'S. OS TEI NOSOSOMISLA,
Pittsbtlrittl, June 11111 DM.
The uederstgns] hereby sesames command el the
The Wag of the Depectmeat will be announced In
All CamMittliCatlOEStOt them Deadquerters willies
dimmed to " assletant &Otter. General," D.parb.
aunt or the Monongahela. K. T. 11. 88001111,
jell:Wens Major General.
w_ PITTSBURGH BATTERY.—The
undo ele aid le &wheezed to recruit • Com.
play or SHALL tißrlfeLffililf, for prevent Btu.
noienee, and to connects in service Mules the war.
en effectually I. cow offered to the retoract vol.
nutters, and all others derhing to more their nom.
try In this molt attractive breath of the military
senior. The Government Bounty of $lOO wall.be
paid to each enlisted man, and fall pay, aotielitance,
clothing, *o., will be allowed from the date of•en.
rollment. Arrangements leave .Lo been made for
fornlahlog euteletenell end quarters immediately, II
Remember, conscripted 6111.2 are allowed no h map,
and all the advantages of the sere.. lira to favor-ot
Apply at WILKINS LULL, ttlrd floo , Youth
(trust, fittabargb. JOHN P..01:189.
P Uil - LIC rroricEs,
0. - FOURTH WARD (Allegheny ' )
NATIONAL inelol9 Lnetiltin mods Tule
(Ifoodey) ZIZtIINO,.t 75i o'clock. Avery mem
ber of thu Connell ht ear toasty requested to attend"
broduare of even' importance will. be before the
routing. I. 0. PdTTXBBOS.
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Pittsburgh, June 12th, led].
jDIVIDEND N . OTEJE.—The Pies
wilt and Directors of this (lostpany have
this day &eland Dividend of TUBAS
(SS.OO) PCB BRAUN, tree of U.S. Tax, mob'e to
she Stockholders forthwith.
SaltlllCl. lOWA. Secretary.
W,TATE SSZIRUAL isUARD,
H1ALQ1711122.11 PIXASYLVAILIA Ytcnty
Ifarrismus, Sone 10th. 180$.
A BUT% BLIDIOAIi BOAIID hats be
at Barristeirg, Pennolvaixia, for the ens oblation of
applicants for wallet:mots as Andstana
The Board Will wet on the SECOOND !AIDA"( 11X
EVART M.ONTIi during the MICIAMOr, and amuse
for holding examisations no frequently as Ms do.
wands of tae orrice may make.
Physicians Inraishing tbs riquialte testimonials of
Mammy, sobriety and loyalty will be notified of the
time when they may attend.
By order of A. O. Overt., Ocr
JAB r of rerno Pennsyl
j.ll3:St Boston General resumplvettla.
(12/1011 . 41 Tin LIAM MUMS DIINTIIII7IOI, t '
ODIVIDEND.-214 4 President and.
Trustees of Me Inititotkoo hays tilled'' , de.
dotal a !Dekko! of TRAIL FED ' 0100. lesei•
etve of United Mato cloth) out of the , aviator' of
the lot its menthe, eadlnglso. psi able co de
mand. Wilt hoe totereet from let betel:it, If not
Oruro. D. D. IIdHINIMI.
J•12411t . Tr. moron
PLLit DllihtfrOthi of the Jamie&
. Dam, Kest ilinatogbaut and Smith Pato.
burgh liso Compass two the goy declared a Dhi•
died of NODE (4) Plitt 01.11 P. on Oa CloPftol Mock
Oct of the eartifor of tko bat ais moiltiat,par obis
cm sad *Par tlui IYlh ims., at thielfol"m" llonkr
80. OS Tour% Matt, Pittsburgh.
' Blurt* of am Berra.
• EtrUdlelatu, Jim / Arg
.A"EW .dD PERT/RIM'MrTR.
NEWBEAPER Pi:MUM:Mt WANT
"Q.—Auto:a* energetic eel . rsp:tarribißiSer
Is wasted-to name in the pablice'lon Of • rim
_•linien" paper (weekly ) le.•llleitriehlna Own to
Noetein Ohio If desirable. •ipr:se sof mitelals
will to frintlihrd. =Ache anemia of the paPergu‘r
aimed for ens yese s, A practical printer it rrafcm&
Addreee, D. B TIABGt 8)N.
1+115:31 Bee Btil. Mist n-eb.
FINE STOCK FARM FOR SALE,
01 . 11 441 11 2 192 sores, 175 aims cleared sad Pno
rd attests on the Panhandle, Hancock w unty, Va.,.
ne the Panne line , five mitre from llirecc., P. ,
and flee mile, from New Cumbeilaad. The improve
ments are a frame cortege derailing, bank barn aod
orchard. This hum is well calerdatrd for three rob •
111 d. and ma ha twoght low and mm easy ',new
.1•19 B. IdoLAIN 300.. 102 Fourth it.
it AN ACRE.HValoable Farm of 70
vu- sums 109 perches for eats, Waste A miles
Iwo the city, ode awls beyond Perryiville. I arm
bones of four WOMB, attic end cellar; wet I cf water
sad good swinge: new barn and stable 70 by CO 'oet:
two orebards of choice fruit, large garden. grata
Mall (volts, etc, enclosed wi - h a good fence;
abaut cloven acres of timber of beat gosh t.; oust n.
der of the land In excellett Mate of cultivation; a
toot vein of coal coder the Irbil. firm. Apply to
Jett 8. 0171111811113 T t SONS, Ii Market pt.
rf NABE & CO.'S PIANOS -•
.Ls , —hat—et opened this week o choir* •
snpply of thew beautiful instruments,' I
beyond a doubt the dealt to too country. 'thin fiat
le now slated uolvarsalfy conceded. For wine
moutbs put we bon. not been able to flit on.hatf of
our orders. WARRANTED FIVE YEARS.
HALEIES BROTHERS' F.E.OItEBIOII PIANO.
FORTES, the hot cheep Finnan ranee. For mile by
OH kitLOTTE MAMIE 43 Fifth earet,
Sole Arent for HAINES BROTHERS' 1.1.114 On and
PRIMA'S MELODEONS. Jets
gapplia. a want felt by every good honeotteper.,
Every sheet will kill a out where flea are thick.
ktarceriber that It is DOTJSZWIII that don thla,
and n fore the twee imitatione that are offered. The
nal artiole le for tale by all trwprctable k ru rests.
B. A. rearrESTOOKS. BON CO..
corner of First end Wood stroott.
jallkAwd • Pittsburgh.
TO PAPER MAN LIFAOI
111ALID PROPOSALS will b. bemire, 1 at the
(Ace of the Soperintendent of Pubro Printing, for
supplying the paper used by the State for the year
commencing July Ist. 1863: 840 paper to be Book
Pew, measuring 28 by 40 inane,
and to weigh, re.
rpectively, 40 and FA pounds tothe ream. Mao,
bouble flat ta, meauringL7 by 28 Inches, ereigh•
ing 28 pounds to p the ream. Olds will be received for
..:11 loud separately.
lirde oan be handed_ in op be WZDRISDAY. July
1, at 10 o'clock a, m., - and meet state speltioally tee
price per pound of piper '
Samples of paper requlredmill be ant to any par
, tin upon eppiloatim to the undersigned, sod pin
alto be seen on the day of letting
L. IL PUNK,
Soperintendint Pribile Printing,
Jal3-16.40.97 76 !dirket Si . Harrisburg
8 LIPP MRS,
lavo 01ILLDRKIVE4 BHOIB, of every deecription
pHoe end quality, at the
Masonic=Salt duction House,
55 FLFTH STREET
VALUABLE PROFEE,T'I FOR BALE
V AID OBIAT 01110101 TO MIMI MONEY .
—Th g e ander algned being engaged In Dullness mac
brin Ids entire stteetionorithes to &nose of TEX
FRANKLIN GLASS WOBIEV, eltuatel leer:lndio
ately upon the line of the Atlantic, A Groot Wedeln
keliway, to that coal and ell rho materials mad lu
the meuulluittue of glare can be deltrered at the
Works without additional elf* track. Cr cortege.
To thra uneconalated with the fecilitire tar the
manufacture of gamest this paint, I take the liberty
to eaprose au opinion that they are WO equal to any
in the country. The media pure and nearly white,
end I am assured by expert. In the buskirsr that the
quaaty It satiable for the reanafactare of 71Int,
islets; Double ntreugUrgbeet or Window Glam. or
any kind of Glass made: And with first oleo. work.
men • lure a 114 dcubt but:that ea ertkle folly equal
to the imported trench' or Englkh Glees ten be
I Write en examlnstloaLuto the GclUtlet betWfor
melting Glass, Ea well so for the opportunny for me
lting the investimeat profitable.
I wit exchange the D 1... Works for ether good
property, or, If not sold, will rant the tame for • term
.f yenta on favorable bum,
freaklin 111114, Porta., Co., u. Jelfat
BRLBS VOROE FUMES,
IRON WILL PUMPS,
YARD WELL PIMPS.
RA U.BOAD FORON PUMPS
ZNG114.17 rows PUMPS,
LIQUID MANNER .PIRIPP,
LIFt AND rows Pours,
And unsay ether PUMPS nrinntletnred by (lowing
• 00., Seneca Tally, N. 1., inch so. OUT•DOOK
rtlliPhAur Wolin and .Cliterne, rob Leh can Mined
oryth any kind of pipe.
For ..1 Ly
DAILZI. PA aazu, & 00
96 iIABJEFT grazzr
LADIES' MOROGCO 16LIFPZILS, only 60
Do. KID RITZ= BOOTS, only._.
Do. CONG. 111212LND GAITIBA, only 1.25.
MLLE'S LLY 0u1y.—..---. 2.00
CHILI:11111,ra GIOAT 'BOOTS, only _...»...
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S BLLMORALB; UMW
AHD OHELDBZWII 00HCIIITA5 GAITERS ADD
BLLIKOHALS, Can and gamma bargain wan;
J. Q. unnLAND. 08 Market anat.
WHIZZ BOLPLIOR SPRINGS.
well known watering place w)U be formally
opened cm the ler' OF JON).
The Spiny., this year XIII be under the Mimed'.
wonewhnow d 'the iropititor. who will be m
aimed by KO/M. JOIOI,III A. BWLTNII mall. O.
It to thei intention to . main the limas, In all re.
rpeate. prig to the beet watering plata In the coon-
AO. and to provide generally for the **Wort and
wormunodation of the wreath
For terms or other Infermition addrt es
v Walkoll, Jr.
Jelthba I.wb Center P. 04 reewzre
LIQUID STOVB POLISH.
BOIXOUI wby It Is bdter than Dry Polish
1. - It ti el/Wady nixed.
I. It bee no mill whatever.
3. It podiums ne dirt or dint.
-4. It otanda the most:totem brat.
6. It proems from nat.
6. IS is tt.• most ituotembel
7. It hi not one-fourth the labee.
tor age by
°muff Balthfirld wad !milli stmts.
NEW BOOKS. : •
Truk Werrlington. tbo either of "TM
Lem' kola the Dieu of an Army Surma 13y ,
T. T. BUIL
,Ibe limes of the UM World. By Chu. L. Ent.%
Nape's Knolls Tie Uwe. 1 vet, 8 To.
Lin le the upon Ate. By IN. Winthrop. [8 ve.
mt. of Cllatstophir Korth. (John Waion.l 1 Ta.
Lawton of the Maw VoL 1. By W. Kinglike.
Anneal Montilla Rhona's, far-1862-'Bk
TwoVictures ;ay Serie J. atelntoik.
Tam sad Sketches . By Bush Minor.
for eille.hy _
sou.. 86 Wood street.
FURNAOM FOB. mehlt,
stadnt Oanai DOrtir, Taleara.vaieenntY. Ohio,
oh the Oisteland Pittoburtiti Ma."'" and Ohio
Can be pot in bloat at • owal ondoito- Per.
Loos "Mum to essiolue the pretnin do so upon
application to Mr. 010. D. J".)B.D9 1 1 11 7, Canal
For term% An, address or, opply to
DAVID THOMAS, (Ammons, Fit.;
or, 111110. 8T011(011di 10 . d Brood IL, N. Y.
.Anneemrr Waistlines , Ws. Orincir
Ootaar 0 sad 100 sheets
Washington; D. 04 Jam eth, ISO.
WILL BE BOLD AT AUCTION, on.
Y , wiDNESDAIr, the 14th of JUDO init at the
Octal near Observatory, a tot ofroondemneel noasras
4100 SWUM the property of the Donal States.
Terms :Mb, In Clovernmeat feuds.
Pale to commence at 10 Velma 's. m.
0 IL TOMB INS,
Jellad naPt• A. 14 4 .13 . A.
LilU itbirtOios AND dcAlii OIL
CLOTH, In imitation of Walnut. Oak, Has.
wood, Mahogany and the Pentad Goods, for sat. at
48 sad £8 St. Chdrattsat.
ielB J. It H. PHILLIPS
Clfablit - 4 00 boxes . prime. W. IC,
Dairy, Cress WI rhuntrozgh„ ;ad and
tot Nab low, id 111 Warty irtreeL ^•011110 4on
. • • , WZRO•k.WILKOBog.
aLICD i iIUIT.3 bushels choice'nsLoa—ooo,
001 l it Lbuty stmt. - •
.rzW .4D PER TIaIIICANTS;
STATEMENT OF THE DOLILB.
SAVINGS BANK. foi dz montbicadtsg -
, „.. •.
Atoctont doe Dartitaract. ---
Ist 1E42" ...1........ - $091,1189 79
amount reest , ol from Detest.
tors dark* tart six tooatba.99lBX99 26
!mama paid - to !Dowdier'
daring last slx soothe—. 107,082 49
Amount et Coslingoot fond.
Dec. 15t,20,983 09
Amount of Inteti3it and fi " .l.•
ch.e.p.a for le.c cls mouths.— 19,01 18
16S Ix 6
Ponds, Llertgagei and Leans .8378,08 40
Reel 40 738 18
Stock 16Pittsbnrgtt Barite-- 76.806 63
C. S. 6 per ot.e t. Certificates of
-. 247,403 C 4
13._2.f.per tent. Coupon Bonds,
D. 9. 5-O 80ede....... ._ ...-.
ou Idue4 end to IltaaVe ... 64,1353 Ste
hie day declared • Written of
~ out or the profits of the t
orefnment Tax, mit& to -
I will beer Catered tram JUL.
AB. A. COLTON, Treiturer.
Thu Trustee" have
THREE .PER OEN
at: months, Bee of
with If not dra
The undersigned, Auditing Committee, respect.
tally report that tb have examined the iMasorm's
Report for the last six mouths, ending Mq &th,
1663. and that theybamersimined tit. Mote of the
Hank, committing et Bonds end Mortis. Deeds of
Reel Estate, Garth:Metes of Bank Btaeks, Bale of Ex.
change, 11. IL /Mournful sad Omb on hand, and End
the tame to be canna and to =remand with the
said Report. ' 113 &AO WHITTIER,
J. G. RAC/EOM,
U. TRAGER. •
Pittsburgh, June 12th. 1863. jelkiltdaltwT
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING orate
JCL Corporator' eit the Allegheny Comet/ay, held
ow the 11th b.l, the following gentleman were elect
ed COMM for the evening par
-Mangan—Wllson KoCandhno, John 810011, John
H. Shoenborgir, Joe. B. Spear, J. K. Moorhead,
irroneni G. Bo ley.
N. DIKE, amnia,/ nod Dwyer.
And the following Statement of Acanmts iris pm;
meted to the meeting by the Trauma:4 and ordered
to be publlehed:
STATEMENT of ate Accolade of the Anggheng
tary, on Ms la of Juno. 1868, as • prneatod Co U.
diusigai Mating of the Cbfporaton, al /heir build
Mooting. • . .
06334teri 88,686 58
Stock and 10312—:--. 1,638 64
/61PrOTeMetlii. 25.274 73
Do., , temporary-- 1,005
Intermit 14150 74
11t0imao—.—« KM 07
MIL Receivable 8,378 50
74 507 711
Bonds and Si 659 70
Cuh 5,495 1 7'
Miasolenut Mel 10
New 593 70
New Lodge..... CO CO
Accounts 4,681 28
Cemetery Lots—.--- • —„---r-611,1100
Interments, 41,024 40
2 257 22
&per. Eand ---- 1,026 CO
Amount/ WS 35
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THE GREAT REBELLION
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Authored - "Napoleon and his Marshals
ton his Clanerale," de. des, in two volumes,
Royal Octavo. 1,000 pp. Hinbelliabod with to new
and beautiful Steal Plate Engravings. First volume
ready for delivery: Over 150,000 volute es already
eold. The most interesting and instructive wcatemer
leaned from the American press.
Mr. Headley is eminently fitted for the preparation
of • work of this character. He is acknowledged to
be the most vigorous and graphic writer of MilitaxT
History in the language. He devotes his Whole time
and energy to the worir,spending tome portion of his
time with the army, and his extensive acquaintance
and correspondence give , him peculiar advantages for
obtaining information. Unbiased by party and un
infirm:wed by politicians, be writes from the stand
point of a pour lotto and impartial historian.
With his Ikellitica for obtaining facts, and his won
aortal powers of condensation, he is enabled to far
, niah the people with a fulloaluseercitive, reliable and
impartial History of the groat contest of modern
lima, in a small compass. Avoiding dry details—
tailor. or &jointed documents, extracts aud doubtful
reperta—he combines facts in his own peculiar and
masterly style, making every page glow with the
111.1131a10111 of a romance, as the readers of his first
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ellFriold only by Eubsoription.
JOHN P. HUNT, Sae Agent,
A NORMAL SOHOOL FOB TEACHERS.
Bap. W. B. GILT
VO.IIVN"'t4.M 4 =IIPMPrtr I4 'II
Tuition, (In advance,)-1110 for a full course.
The Fifth Peed= will COMMIMON MONDAY, July
tb, and cline FRIDAY, Aligner Mb. The Print&
pals will 1:4 assisted
anaMsdant corps of
among which I. Prof. J. T. WAIIIILINK=
in as. , Paure Cathedral, a master of Sacred and Pea.
aim Mode t Prof. ALICE. 00Wiert, of Iron Dill
°allege. the but he the Melon, who excels all
competitors in tag Plato and Ornamental Pen
manship ; sad t BORT. - KIDD, of Oinelnuattl,
the dietinannhed 11111•110111 rksol63ll.llt.
The course of study will be staple, embracing All
the branches mall taught in oar Milo Deborie,
with the addition of Phonetic Analysts and Thaw.
graphic Papmesohip.br the Principal; Bodo
and liermetile Arithmetic, by Pro& JIM=
1311ITII ; Tont Mesta, by Prof. J.T. WAKILLINS;
and President Zkontion, in • coarse of thirty Macon.
by Prat MD.—. As • Teacher of Elocuttee, Prof.
Stdd hes rev oguelt7'—Pitte. Digraph. "To all wino
enjoy faux or appreciate paths'', we ccettanmd Prof.
Kidd. Ms elocntkunry powers ars-vanderxd."—
Overlie/L. Specie' lecture. will be delivered during
the seeelon!npon Peroentage, Physkal °enure. Them
cry and Franco of Teeshing, lentil end Morel
Quellacations of - Teachers. and other subjects in.
berating and prof table to Teachers, by Bars. A. H.
Tames, B. D. MOD and MAXI= tLION, D. D. ;
Drs. Donut, J. Disarm and J. W lbw; Profs.
Monroe, 'Esau, Osoooe, Jaynes,
Dorman and others.
For,pertlaularaball at Xxoehlor tuatlint• Ball,
Iron 0117 Miley Building, corner of Penn and St.
Clair streets, or sand for circular.
Addrm Bay. W. 13. ORAL'
JealawdOwstrwT Boa TM, Pittsburgh.
A N A LYME—
Dam-. 49.50. \ ' 44*
dicnstL.--31.50. P. LOUIS, MO.
Pza Cix. Thos. ASO
MAAXIIMIL..... A 6.41"
Hnrinß icerMed . the Assay ibr the /Oslo of lie
BBitPll CLAY. mined near Bt. Lon* No., I UM
rite the attention of Also sod Mad Manufacturers'
to the Anti:ins citron sbors. as Yinxitted by' Prof
A. L. Bays, of Boston, end J.O. Booth. of Philedel•
phis, which. together with the test Mutual export.
ewe by manufacturers in Pittsbarp, Oiniihinati
end Bt. Lords, determine, It to be the knout mid
most trainable. Clay now known, whether gore*" or.
American: Pott 'made froze t have stood In the
Clan ltreace how d too months. • -.
Ihe Analysis is of the Olay m taken from the
mine, without any trashing or preparation what.
nor. A goamesso great adhasimmees =MI=
coalitioa which are not shown by the
which admit of the , admixtrue of a large proportion .
of shell or blimed,alay.
lam now pe ,to fi ll orders for the shove
Clay, to beshipped from Bt. Lads or delburred hers.
, ALBS. GORDON, •
CON9.III.II.IrEN AND WANIUMBraINTEI.
Ed and Id odottimi, over Elobardscdesi Jantry Mott
PHOIOQBAYHB, et etery she ikad ati - 14 pWn Ve
oolorad, Ikon th popular Carte de 'Visit* to Orblsia
and .Llto Blue.
Mr. runvia moil would par ticularli cal/ ti!e aM
tendon of the /ago A.OD =MIX to the 1011117
bait: of Ibis establishment, being resattise.b7 , ohs
gle aunt elabt of item.
;Ur Pr4ou NODIZATI. red mathilbetlon punka
WEBB Br, WILKINSON, Cciloiiiliziox •
legamNr. oatiest i n i zusp d
JUKE. GRAINS. nd proton -. generally. Also,
ARASSIAR, HUMS, OILS,' AA, No. 211 Maly
etreat, Pittablugh. ' •
ow Cash advaocomosta RIAU. Cooldstiouditaio•
Helltad : • - elt.ihad
KIWI& ANU NUR dillAS—:7 77'"
:" U keel Country Lard; •
tOsen Erooaaa -
grzlZra=t V p'es;
1 1.'11 1 . /1 00`1 5110 koMr0aParair
UAW -is • WilXis:t.altilosivod this
• stiii4W ankle bide
'14114;` - tiLlntlAir
TELE NIW COLORS,
i 3 7101131 T 311111033,
input soak at Ingllsh usismactun. bosektirge.
t'swroa. Llama a co..
FIN E PANIS I =
BILK AND *lin FAXB. -
lo &am GAM , and PALM and
SHAKES MUM at Ivirld 17 1 11 0811 .
1112011. 111•011,IIK t 00.•
No. IT Rah 'trod.
SUPERIOR HOOP SHIRTS
Othani• 4k Übimmodus's Damian sad ImpslidOotimg
Do do Qualm Malt:
Do do Wad Gm. Palmas;
I . ZWlll h o i . se KED d km& be 17= 4 =
• 1.11 1W of Hadley's skhtiodwdyr on head.
7111024111.110 1 11 K di 00..
his Nat IT tad Ilf litftli atm&
REDUCED PRIGS ,
rain, DIALBADLI AND CHIMP
Luz, II'ABOY Is ows,
no mins, RUM, ADosbeg.
To ARRIVE TODAY,
The trade sapplitd
BLAVILVIE & CLYDE'S,
.73 rakmairr friar,
Jai Be' wow 7oarte nC zotsmazta.:
CHEAP! OHICAPI . OHERAP I
313491.1=L MC 1 2 1261.
59 Markei - Street. -
8 C•Q. U __B, .
3VE "N 1.1 teh
cam= Tam •
N. B.—Pon:win. BUT au rim
NEW GOODS 1 GOODS I
J. M. Burchfield's.
DOI/841 warm mozaionsause. LM
Trarellog Elalthallioglbr FrAworta
SHOLIHS 111111AGI, IbTlomts irate
Masonic lUD, Fifth stmt.
LATILLAB, foe 18 canto meth IC.
To. ,lbs 25 ousts wee rm.
warts P. a., for gamma! woes.
WIWo, Vas Oran .m Whl , te OW* *ARAM
With &mp iimotiaint
Thibri ihndo; -
TItIMR Basork -
GINTH BIN! 1311111TEI,
70.1 OHS DOLL/LS ASS t =rm.
No. 121 8100 ND STREW.
NMI I NSW I NSW!
LAY► WOOL 68•WL8;
mug up um Dun s%
WNW, grass.vm swami
min; amis, inannus. ae4
minx am wino
78 WSW - Man
T o COUNTRY' 1:,4
Na.-17 asp 19 Parc &nuns,
Jobbers sat bitulks et •
unneomnink , inagesiness. - I
0 . 11801 ., RIICEIN. -4X T 1
A01111R.14 - 4L01171; - >U l'iilg.
- Aura NI •
2 "iltaatl. Aram aniSozi,
Ydulowt 01 Off alik*lti
o tibia se idirc± l , 14 . 101 meal i• cur int
ripipassiketallswilwie 00,10. -- .
Pax= at /kaannalailla Dias. SO GO Eta.
man la Vitoria/az. 11110/1 Parc iliftta sad Dam
41 1. Ciallaialk emu 1 - smear Girtl a . 911 a mta I
0111,1 7. 25 coda I Oako3 'Nat= ao nate I
" " 0111 •r a t e at att e ealo, uag carets.carets.
sae um" - lb. ant
to Oa em the • f act annalon
• far Oa Ana • with nor
. talma iltif,carract ;..cturea. sad paw
I . - at= tßOVO.:ccgramtr Landau
foes O mni
, • ilair loin Omni= risi 'pe r forms ana
GI 'eirCor Granada.
With the whole boaipani In, the cut
To ciaughttl• with
MAKE YOUR WILLS.
041ARDNER k HEMMItiG'S
XLIQUiTLT APPOINT= AISD IQtiPPID,
Will =Mt In §
PIT i l l B BITE,CIVEE.
RED LION LOT,
0* ILo tsar of non TthoblOra on
Tnesday aid Wednesday, lane
16th, 16th and 17th, 1861,
Prowl the bat teemed collection of HOWLS
end POE and tb4 LABOUT TROUPIII Or
TALINTID BNIIIIII - 1N AltrltlOA, the
while tinder the Immtdiate direction of the People , "
the Wild antatatnment irtil be Meet" on
MONDAY 1117.611210 at S o'clockkem open at
reclorkread ca. LIMO WEDNESDAY,
Wks milt be two grand performancm.-aftsmoon
man. Doors open at 2 and TX O'clock ; enter
tainment to Femme= at 2)4 sad 8 o'clock.
212.Mbnlasion, 25 eerntn. 31aserved oats, (beintl•
ihly carpsteda 60 cents. Gnatlemmas, nears in at.
liondanon, and eats for eTeritody....
INIFTar 114 of puUmun and
nos mall WU sad pletotlahi. farther Inkfrostlf.a
Ohs flood %Procession: yr% be lends on Mandy
4346.4710*1.3 54.61.0-13.111.16. '
Laos Collars and Setts,
WILL or TOIIND AT
JOSEPH HORNE &
77 . k 79 MARKET STREET.
Cr Ulv 'III4IBRELLAS:4I; lzrge sad
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'lan Apps binary county at 876 a month,
urines valdc to sell ay now chino Family Boring
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EIGHTH' WARD PROPERTY.—On
MIDDAYItHIDG, Jane 16th,' at eight
o'skeek. will be mold on Ise woad door of the Clow
intental Dam Booms, No. DI nth meet, that VAL
VADIND LOT. in the ilighth Ward, air= of Penn.
tryheads Mese and Markin street, 29 meta Inaba
froatond - eittending beck 120 feet to an alley on
at TWO TWO4TODI /DAM D WNLL.
DIGO. oestelidng Mith fair tome and garret.
Inteet liki4--$l,OOO. nub; balance in one, two
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