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thNDAT MORNING, JUNE 22, 1863.
llatoa County Ticket.
Poe Peetidatt Joke el the DU Court
a. ALLIBMD SLAM
in. MANS B. HIRBON.
IT U. H. DIMMIBTON.
v. THOS. J. BIGHAX.
for Oteth v ck.i.
U. A. lIMIZON.
lir Cleary Tresesnr.
WM. J. ittorlAilirt
por Camay rosistinceir.
GZOIMIS HAR ILTON.
Ise to change his b*tind bring his army
to this side of the Itappehannock ; but he
was obliged, by the mere force of circum
stances, to do something—either to advance
or retreat; for the Confederacy is too poor
to maintain an army of more than a hun
dred thousand men as a mere garrison to
defend its border. To have fallen back
would have been ruin; while to advance
might possibly result in victory. In the
desperate fortunes of the rebels, ' with
Vicksburg fast in the iron grasp of General
Gass; it was necessary to do something,
even at the hazard of losing aiL We think,
therefore, that the movement was the dic
tate of desperation rather than of wise mil
Lieu object evidently was to give the
impression that he meditated an invasion,
with ill his forces, of the country north of
the'Potomae and west of the Blue Ridge.
To this end a considerable force was sent
rapidly forward to Winchester, which in
vested it, and compelled General blustor
to mamas the place, and fall back to Har
per's Perry. Two object') could be gained
by this movement: one of which was to se
cure the harvests of the Shenandoah valley;
the other to induce General Room to push
precipitately into Maryland, to head off the
invading hosts, and thus leave Washington
It may be, however, that he really
lands to eltattp his bus from the Rappa
hannock' to the Shenandoah. He could
'abodist his army fora time very well in
that rich valley; and from that base he
could make raids and predatory incursions
into, Maryland, Pennsylvania and West
Virginia, and at least attempt the recon
quest of the last. The only drawback to
all these advantages would be, that ho
would be unable to defend Richmond.
Should this really' prove to be his inten
tion, it will put us into an awkward posi
tion, and render a general arming of the
population of the menaced region an im
We think it probable from all we can
gather, that the main body of Lzs's army
is still on the eastern side of the Blue
Ridge; .and that the forces which captured
Winehester we kept within call, eo that
should a battle with Room take place at
Run, or in that neighborhood, they
can be brought in, as JOHNSTON'S corps
was brought in, from the same place, at the
Ant Bull Run battle.
Homum evidently understands all these
things, and is maneuvering so as to check
peata.his wily and skilful adversary; and
it cannot be many days before the two
armies will meet in deadly - and perhaps
decisive conflict. Should HOOKER be Tic
talcum, it will go far towards crushing the
rebellion but should he be beaten, *we see
not how the theatre of war can be kept any
longer south of the Potomac. Maryland,
smith. soithern' border of Pennsylvania
aiy • then become the . battle field. It is,
therefore, wise to be pmpared for whatever
Should the battte go against Boom, we
have men enough still in the North to drive
back any invading force that can be nut
North of the Potomac, provided they will
come up promptly and vigorously 'to the
work. We are, however, not at all des-
pondent—mneh lees ect thin we were a few
days ago, when we were led to believe that
, ,Lats.had eluded Hoormt and . was about to
strike a blow that would disconcert all the
plans of our generals.
The mere moral effect of the voluntary
arming. of • hundred thousand Pennsyl-
TIIIIEBUS at this oriels, even if they should
never be required to fire a shot, would be
Of inestimable value. The rebels would
Iron Ma of it, and as they are already on
. the verge of despair, it would so discour
age them, that they would do qulskly that
which they, must do ultimately—give it up.
But the effect upon our ownpeople would
be most salutary; for, besides inspiring
amps and °enflame in the stooess of our
cones, sok .s inoyonumt, would beget a bet
ter fooling ovary way—one more kindly,
more valorous ) , more fraternal. It is an
old reraarklhat everything is beautiful in
its mum be beautiful to see men
beating their swords into ploughshare, and
UN& spears into pruning-hooks; but that
tine has not yet some. To do so now,
would not be beautiful, because out of sea
son. But at a time like this we all feel
that it is far more fitting that men should
throw down the implements of husbandry
and handicraft, and take up those of war.
Ms very strange; but so it is. Another
. hippy effect of each a general arming
would be that it would enhance immeasura
bly the sentiment of patriotism in the great
popular heist; for it is a fact that in time
if par She patriotic spirit and the martial
spirit ries mieffail tcyakr. Indeed the lat
ter is but the nitural manifestation and
erpression of the 'former.
The - Inlltary Illessalon in Virginia—
, • The Impending Battle.
Mr. Orono*, the oorrupondent of the if. T.
2Wwes, with Hookers army, mites:
y of th e Potomac' is moving In
ugh g order; Maas haancbeen out
tows mid moons and baggage »dna to the
fswaat possible limit. Oa Tuesday last Oen.
• Seeker ordered his staff, and the members of
oil eke staff 4epartmnts at headquarters, to
&pease with all their bassos* ' Winding
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was advanoing toward Dumfries, and that one
regiment had made its appearances at Stafford
Court house. Goo:bluing thus facts, intelli
gent others drew the .liOnelliiloll that Lee is
advancing upon the army et the Potomac in
three columns : his right, under 7 11 ill, by way
of Occonnan and Wolf Roo Shoals, hie centre
under Ewell, by way of Thoroughfare Gap,
and hie left, under Longstreet, by way of Lees
burg. In this oonnectioa it le only necessa
ry to safthet such dispodtion has been made
of our army by General Rooker that no sur
prise can possibly take place.
—From the indliatione given us in the
above, we cannot err greatly in oonoluding
that even before this paper can reach its read
ers, another great battle between the armies
of Hoorn and Ls' may beactually going on.
They were so nearly within striking distance
clone another, that a day or two at most moat
bring on the collision, unless one or the other of
the Opposing Generals should wish to make de
ley. It is even possible, as the N. Y. Ceeneurr
' eiel of Saturday evening, remark*, Shia the ter
rible collision has already taken place. Gen.
HOOICin. Re. know, will not let the grate
grow under his feet when he can help it.
On the other &sd, there can hardly be •
doubt that Gen. Leo hae been compelled,
by the load oomplainta uttered through the
Southern press and other channels, to under- .',
take en offensive movement, in the hope of
doing something to retrieve the digesters
whioh the Confederacy_ has sustained In the
west. The mein body of his army is proba
bly in that section between 800 Run moun
tains and the Blue Ridne, with one or two
corps in the Shenandoah valley ready to Join
their comrades on the other side of the moun
tains on the appearance of danger.
The late * engagements at Culpepper and Al
die eannotgall to exercise a powerful influ
ence on,. the spirits of our men and deprese
those 'albs, instugents, more espeoially In
view of the fact that the cavalry has hitherto.
been conlidered the right arm, of the latter.
A few collisions of suet: a character ushered
in the battle of Bannockburn, which estab
lished the Independence of Scotland.
We hero all learned, In the . sad school of
disappointed hopes, not to Waage-In prune
of triumph until the victory is known to be
certainly won. Better for us that we cannot
foresee the result of such encounters. Let u
oommit • good cause to the God of Rattles,
who will make Right triumph in the end;
and, meantime prepare to do our duty toward
those who may need our friendly assistance.
Maryland Invaded in Force-25,000
Rebels at Sharpsburg..-Gen. Ewell
in Commitad—rr alliamsport and
Hagerstown Occupied by the Reb
els-. Maryland Sights Threatened.
The Baltimore Sue of Saturday morning
has the following:
°Metal information, received just before go
ing to press last night, state! that General
Ewell, with twenty-five thousand Confeder
ates, are at Sharpsburg, Md. General Ewell
hia appointed a Provost Marshal for Sharps
burg, and hes deolared hia intention to re.
main in Maryland. WAllamiport and Ita,
gerstown are also occupied by the Confeder
ates, sad a body of them are also reported at
At the litest advice, no attack bad been
made span Maryland Heights, and General
Tyler felt confident if they should attempt it
that he would be able to inflict upon them •
The mail train from Frederick reached hero
last night at nine o'clock, and the train from
Ude city reached Frederick at ton o'clock last
night.. The telegraph, up to midnight, still
remained' tri working order, both to Frederick
and Sandy Hook, and no Confederates had
yet entered the first named place.
The Confederate, have built a sabstaustial
bridge serves the Canal and the Potomac) riv
er at Williamsport, and also a pontoon
bridge Imola the Potomac, at Ghepheddstown,
upposite Sharp/burg, but for what porticoes
were not stated, unless to receive supplies,
A large number of contrabands, who were
captured in the various parts of Pennsylvania
visited by General Jenkins hays been, we axe
authorised to say, distributed among various
nutrients of Western Maryland, the object of
which is not clearly understood.
We have no later information from General
Kelly. Gen. Averill, second in command, led
the advance from Now Creek to Cumberland,
and ootrapied that place until General Kelly
reached there with the remainder of the eons
mud. What disposition hue been made of
the troops there has not transpired, nor the
"fact ae to the positive direction taken by the
Confoderatas froia that place.
011S5IIAL MIL/COVB 9ZIIr lIILDQUITIIB.
General Milroy has established his head
quarters at Bloody Ran. With him are his
Adjutant, John 0. Cravens, and also Major
McGee, of his staff. He has ordered Colonel
Gallagher who has command at Bedford, to
report at his new headquarters, with all the
United States foroaa under his command,
which now consists of the Twelfth Pennsyl
vania cavalry, Lleutenant-Coloiel Moss; Hint
New York cavalry, Major Adams, and a por
tion of the Thirteenth, under Captain Sher
man, Lieutenants Barks, Reilly and MeDon
att. There are now at Bloody Run the One
Hundred and Sixteenth regimenfOhlo volun
teer infantry, Colonel James Washburn, and
the Twelfth regiment Virginia volunteer in
fantry, Colonel John B. Slurs.
The Rebel Invasion.. Capture of
McConnelleburg..Large Amount of
Property Seized, etc.
A dispatch from MoConnellzburg, Fulton
county, to the eastern papers, under late of
the 18th inst., says 4 A detachment of General
Jenkins' force of mounted ideally, under the
command of CoL Ferguson, entered this place
at 4 o'clock this morning. The rebels opened
all the 'torso, helping thiamin, to boots,
shoes, hats, provisions, and everything else
they could possibly carry away. The town
1111 S so completely taken by surprise that the
citizens were unable to hurry their . horses to
• place of security, and large numbers of
them fell Into the hands of the rebels. The
rebels also drove away about twelve thousand
dollars worth of cattle. One of the rebels, ix
attempting to capture a horse, was shot
through the neck by some unknown person.
This so exasperated his companions that they
sist threatened so burn the town, but finally de
The rebels completely _gutted the telegraph
office, carrying away with them the instru
ment and all the mulligan The telegraph
operator aueoeeded in making his maps,.
- After the rebels bad collected all their plun
der, and ware ready to evacuate the plate, the
colonel commanding thou made known to the
elitism that he was roady to ninon to any
claims for the recovery of hories, cattle, pro
visions, ko. Many milled for the return of
their property, but for the most part were un
successful, until a number of ladle, came for-
Ward and interceded with the rebels, when a
part of the bit property' was restored. The
rebels retreated fn the direption of Hancock,
but where they may next turn up it le impas
sible to say. A number of bouquets wen pre
sented to the rebels by sympathizing ladies,
and it was principally' these that revolved
back their horses, cattle; Ai.
[ifoOonnellsburg is a post-borough, and
the ospitol of Balton county, Pa. It is situ
&tad on the turaptice road from Philadelphia
to Pittsburgh, and is seventy miles west by
southwest from Harrisburg. The population
Is about eight hundred.]
From Vicksburg—The fall Certain.
A Chicago letter to a gentleman in Boston
furnished the following, confirming our own
information already published :
"One dour prominent mil jut from
Vicksburg says we san burn the town In six
hours with- , red-hot shot if nem:fury, bat
GrantPs so confident thathe can take the plane
that 'that will be his lest resort.. A lieuten
ant Colonel who was in Viokshurgjell Is here,
and reports that he with others were in it
when a huge shell from the mortars came
through the roof, exploding and killing about
twenty-five men and blowing the building to
General Grant says he will defend
with twenty-five thousand men from
ans. stlaok Johnston can bring &pint him.
71. e has madeßaiser's Bluff impregnable, end
it Is the key to Vioksburg end his base of sup
plies. The teeny of firent'e, MOM is par
'Ulm. due to the WI that hls ginezuls, though
mostly West Pointers, work together; that ke
has been heavily reinforced to known to all,
and Misilbnri is eomplaining that by troops
Imes been drained to send to him. We have
trust worthy evidence that Miseissippi i. fall
of corn, cotton and sugar."
A letter to the Chicago Journal, dated near
Vicksburg, Jane 11, makes the important
statement that water battery No. 1, the one
which sunk the gunbcat Cincinnati, abcot
two weeks slow, and which has caused a
great deal of annoyance to she extreme right
' wing of .tbe army, was on Tuesday night
evaculted, and the grree'removed. Oar pick
ets were posted almost upon the battery on
the night of its removal, and nothing but the
simplicity of the guards in not notifying
their commanders of the operations of the
enemy, prevented the ordnance of raid bat
tery falling into our bands. The divisions of
Generals Smith and Marron, the former from
Tennessee and the latter from Missouri, had
reached General grant.
How to Assist Lee
The movement of Gen. Lee toward the
upper Potomac, and the invasion of Penn
sylvania by rebel cavalry, have suggest
ed to the northern eympathisere with re
bellion a new way of helping their friends
and injuring the Union cause. When the
enemy threatens cur border, not even Fer
nando Wood is audacious enough to advise
non-resistance, or to talk of peace. The
refusal of troops would overwhelm any re
luctant democratic Governor with disgrace
What then?—is there no other way to
help Lee? Yea, there is a way nearly as
effective—perhaps even more so than the
other—and that is, to shake the oonfidenee
of our army and of the public' in the com
manding general; to cause the soldiers to
doubt at the critical moment the capacity
of him who is lending them against the
foe; to produce uneasiness in the camp and
at home by insinuations against the ability
of the General on whose skill so much de
pends, and to disparage him by crying up
Accordingly we find the pro.slavery
journals !suddenly bursting out with abuse
of Gen. Hooker, and with laudations of
Gen. McClellan. In their correspondence
and editorial paragraphs, they chant a
dirge of dispraise, as lugubrious as an Ital
ian :Nig rere, against a general who is, they
know, in the very presence of Lee. As these
newspapers go among the soldiers, the cop
perheads hope - that they may be injuriously
affected by their sneers and misrepresen
tations, and thus enter the battle shaken
It is a pity that General McClellan's
name should be used by designing persons,
rebel eympathizers, to weaketrpublio con
flndence at a critical moment. We trust
it is not co used with hie consent.
General Hooker, whom the copperhead
press are attacking so fiercely now, just as
he is busied with meeting and foiling Lee's
plans, has done more injury to the rebels
since he assumed command of the Potomso
army than was accomplished by all the
generals who commanded It before. lie
has organized a cavalry force which has
twice whipped the enemy's and once rid
den within the defences of Richmond, and
which has performed even more brilliant
deeds than those which made Lee and Stu
art famous:and dreaded while the Potomac
army was on the Peninsula. He has fought
a battle, against man 7 disadvantages, in
which he inflicted an Irreparable lose upon
the enemy, in the death of Stonewall Jack
son. And within two weeks he has met
Leo at every point, and, as it now appears,
has forced him, by timely dispositions and
unexpected attack; to put (gland to reform
the plans he was about to execute. A gen
eral who has done so much deserves- fur
ther trial He may not prove a great com
mander, but he has already shown Lee that
he is a more formidable opponent than that
rebel general has had since &swans beat
him in Western Virginia. Therefore all
true men ought to frown down and expose
this last trick of the copperheads and rebel
agents, who seek to destroy the army's and
country's trust in looker at this critical
moment —N. Y. Evening Post.
Will Negro Soldiers Fight?
If any of our readers have been deluded by
the false statement. of pro-slavery partisans,
and the perverse Ingenuity of reasoning upon
the lame, whioh have been so current in this
country for many years past, and which were
intended to prove that negro soldiers would
not fight, or, at all events, could not up* with
their late misters in that business, let all
such persons jut read the narrative (given In
another *plum)) of the late battle at Milli
ken's Bend, Ls. This, with the recent ex
perience of the fighting qualities of negro sol
diers at Port Hudson, and under CoL Mout ,
augur,. in Plaids, Georgia, and South Caro
lina, ought; pretty effectually to settle that
mooted question—against the lying slave
holders and their partisans, both white and
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7.602 (i.e., thotwarl " 7... ti " "
7,010 t. 6113121 thousand "
6.000 (three thccuand " 9. t "
7.4171 omen thou aim) " V 0 , ;,
4 MO (lour thousand) " a • - "
1,01)0 tone thousand, " 5 .. .• el
2,010 (two toorraa4) " ) 0 " "
2,000 ens thousand) " 1/.1
6,000 etz ttoular.o) " Aby I%ln cvel Iron
4,600 (four thonsena) " % try 1 tn. " "
4,000 (kits thoniano) " % loch square
2,000 ( ( two thor.aand) .• % "
x,OOO (two It anima) ". t hi ~ ,",
6,001 i ate thousan d ) ) slz 'bonsai,/ ' "
8.000 two tb ec ,,,,, ) w iki inch bar "
4,600 i bur thantacd) " 4, 11 Ye "
0,01:0 two thousand ) " % "
4,000 four thousan d " :. ." ..
4...86. ' four thousand " .4' 62
4,060 taus thousand ) " z -
6,000 elz thottaanl " z 2%
0 000 doc thousan d .. J z' %
6 . 0 00 Oz. tsonsan " 03 " ..
4 000 Vous shone and) " 0 0 0
3,600 XIII., thounand) " 6 1 1
2,000 "into thomand) " 11%
21,000 two thonnand) .- 12
11,0*0 two thousand " z2X, .... " "
2 600 two thwitand " Ili 411,
VW two thousand " e.
2000 (two thousand " 3-1 al ..
3,060 (three thousand) " ye% "
0,100 WI thousand) " ~,zt " " "
40(tat, bundle. Inch Hoop Iron;
40 ( forty; " N " 0 0
40 VOrt, " Yil "
1 , 0 (on. hundred) bundle. 1 boll Ho3p Iron;
,nce thaniana) tants% Int% Spring Steel;
GO dirty) bars 1%z% inch 0 0
60 sixty) )0%
I,OOJ one thomandipoonds litz% Inch Cart "
100 Or' hundred) kegs Mule once Mal/s,
160 one handfed sod Say) kegs Hone Shoe Hells;
3.000 throe thousand) kegs Horse Shaw;
2,020(tw0 thousand) " Main "
1,000 (on thamane) Wagon Yip* Boxes, 1 1 ,bir0 to.,
19 In. long,
400 (four hundred) Ambulance Pipe Hozse,d%x
1% in., 8% la. long;
20 .900 (twenty thousand) hind Wheel (Army Worn)
6,000 (Or. ttumsand) Tont Whited (Army Wagon)
800 (eight hundred. Army Wagon linbE
1,6:0 (fifteen hundred) Hind Wheel (Ambulance)
600 (lies hundred) front Wheel (Ambihuics)
All bids to he aidreesed, giving roil oteoe addrau,
to tns sudensigued. W. JII2III.INS,
1521twodtd Capt. aed a. Q M ,13. S. Army.
41111 cl UONLILUSUM OP OVISISTaNat,
Pittebargh, Pc, June 16th, 1883. f
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ee .t We °eke until 19 tn. on IfilliDAT, the
08d day of Juno, 1861, tar the delivery at this pat,
Mouth times and Unantitlee is the undersigned say
entitle, the lolkoring articles, vls
(ISO) One hundred and My barrel. Raw Pork ;
(08 000) Twenty eight tbouracd pomade Hewn, (clear
(*3O) Two hundred and fifty bushels Nary Beans;
(l0,0tO) Ten thounand ptunds Ulm
MOO) Veit thenesnd - pound. Ilio Cake, roasted
(L 5,000) /fifteen thocsend pounds Bow, N. Orleans;
(4030) One thoosandsallom Older Vinegar;
1( 1 , 2 00) Twelve hundred and Pity pounds Adaman
(4,000) roar thousand potmdaßorin Beep;
Oat tlizty•two bushels dolt;
(700) raven hundred bushels Rotstcat;
(41,007) nay four thousand pounds , reeh Beat, elects
mud shwa's., to be excluded, all to be of the
Packages to he secure and plainly marked with not
weight and tare, and no charges thereon allowed.
Separate bids will be received for freak Beef, mid for
aU the other article. stove enumerated collectively.
Each bid mast be amompented by a gusranty for
the execution of a contract in CYO the bids be ac
cepted, and good nod andident security will be re
ached 'for the doe parlicrmanoo thereof. Blank
forms of We and guarantees may be pro:mead on
applimslon at this office pomade/Iy, cr by letter sr
Proposals of dram moat name all the pertlel to
The prcpos.l. of
1p confonilty to the
abom requPeerente er,ll tt be considered.
Bidder, artist ce prevent when the bids are opened.
The right to rrjezt all tide la esteemed.
Bids to be eadoned, ••Proposal. for lizikel•te •
Mona." J YLltrl B. OLOW,
Captain 6 °carnival of Eakin..., U. B. A
°dice, comer Run 'Mat anti Oarrrnu alley.
, AN I ,TIJAL.Ktr. Y An y
IlvrA fi Tic k
OAVALIII TACTIGS. at
AU MILITARY BOOKS, at
H II N TS
The SOLDIERS' CARP COMPAN7.OB AIiD
BTATIONEET PORTIrOLIOS AND POCKIT
HORT% 6TATIONZRY PORT/OLIO
_8 'only 25
an tOLDLIWP WORK Boman a MILITARY
PIIOTOEIHAPH ALBUKB. all shoe, .tfk•, qual
ities awl pekes, with Wane, tram to ante upwind;
the cheapest and heat In the elty, at
GODZI'a LADS'S HOOK t BA LLOII'a MAGA
zum, for "oh " _ _
STATIONEHT. Wilds, la
Masanlr. HaII, YHA Bisset
learrest,bast aid cheeped assortment la the city, at
T TOQX; 1 8)
Opposite the Post Office.
Also, a large supply of
01111112$011 . ROLDZSB,
MEI IC PITTOOIO3, •
Book, 8 tatteleary and BEM Depot, omen' the Post
N LITIMIS.-1 am still oohing
TOOTH WASH, sad
At old price.; and artieloe nub 'or 80/111163 , 7:5.
BITTERS at smoothing Ilks half their farmer prices.
&quay fourth and Ilealtbe.kl ansta,
rire NUKIvITUKI9 InCoitattliK•••T.
undefebreed would nuyectfully Invite the at.
Walton of all Turnitare Des - vo hls PATENT
0P1211:40 BED, which le universally known to be
the btandardeprlag Bed in the midst. They teaks
on "Wine be4—areeheap, neat Sa4 durable Mon.
afactared and for mai b 7 HIRAM TINKER,
=haulm tio. V Brun Bleak. BMitellf. alma
NGLletti. bAUOIDS AND &siva ur.
—Leak Purina' Worm:ol%lam In pints and
half plats, lloyus' sultana. Jan Ball. Bloating Raz ,
w 7. London Club. ettniberlanC and Itoyal Table
names. Walnut, Iktuabruom and Tomato Kaoline,
lot ale wbolatal• and Mill by_
JOHN A. BENBHAW, -
j.ll comer Lltertv and Hand alum.
.tiTrAltrisa,..—A tap 7317 re 01 the same
tlad to anise,
I ess-laed of Teach . Slays, la soots;
1 oar lout Prince Alberto, la bbbl.;
Nowt. tram bosom N. Y. sad tor sale by
148 1.. 11. VOIGIT a CO.
Jammu Arsu uW111 ,142 i 0 (1/.4
AVlNet.—For atto, 20 lost front by 99 dsep to
foot three story brloi house, add' ball
entraps, store room, good oeUar,lutas rOOllll, yard,
beat building,, Water and gsa daturas through the
hot se. Far Oct awl WWI spolt to
Jeso n. I/ OTEIBMILT a esOBB, ft Market at.
DWISLLINU tIOLIIIS YOU itliNT.-
A M ang ton, Wok dailltug, of hall, two
itristi, rms. Anoka, collar, bath nom sad
a,. caulbers; tM and water Mauro. &tads au
Sm 'dmoot, otos llsekot. Apply to
P. (11111lulal . Ws A. 61 Yorks, it.
11/11YEkCISAL WAYllint WiLtr4lol4
•lo theocus Wow that la minuted to Orb Nit-
Mallon. WI sad sziebbb Wulf bOons=din
cssebete. 7os NW by JAM Plc
)010 \ ..: as SO sad It Is. abir WWI
.411 W .111ricatriraws
QBY EDITH LIST OF APPIdOATIONB
1.7 FOE BILLSOICI LIGOCHIS, airs bk the Marti
00ke up to Juno 10th, 180 :
Karim J. A..erolog boats, lent ward, Pittebitree
Minor Daridtan, do, doe do;
Watson X. D. torero, • de,
WiseTrederick, do, ' - do, do;
Beard, Martin, 'do, do, dot '
Eloppman Daniel, do, do, do;
Meanor J. 8., do, do, do;
Balms Drab, do, do, do,
McColl Jamie do, do, dm
Pa A hum W . J., do, do, der,
Fickanon Daniel, do, do, do;
Kehl V., do, 94 ward, Pittsburgh;
Beedto Stephen,: do, do, do;
name Wm., eating hews, do, do;
Mankato ft. a Oo.,ether goodxdo, do;
Weed John, :- do, do, do;
Veskamp J. 8., do, Sd ward, Pittsurgh;
Gilson Elise, eating hoses, e do, do;
Kearatari trend., do, do, do;
Money Bamard, Worn, di, do;
Wolff Ilia. do, 4th ward, Pfttsburgh;
Marron Hasabetti, do, do, do;
McCullough John, other goods, do, do;
• Irks H H. A Co ., do, do, do;
Millits IL M., do, do, do
llies Jooeph, eating boas, 6th ward, Pittsburgh;
Beau Mary Ann, to, do, do;
Ars Jaw!, Wan, do, do;
Williams P., M., dm do;
Weber Henry J., do, do, do;
Lang Michael. do, do, do;
lolly F. • eon, other goods, do, do; ,
Kane P. & M., do, do, do;
Amon Jobs, taunt 6th w ar d, Pittsburgh;
Vogel John, eating house, 7th ward, Pittsburgh;
McFadden Owen, other goods, do, do;
Mullen Catherine, do, do, doe
Xdwerds m E tavern, lith ward, Pittsburgh;
Halsor eft, do, do, do;
(Peonage . other goods, do, do;
O'Hara Maxi. do, do, do;
linen. Thema, tavern, Mb ward, Pittaburgin;
Blinn John. do, do, do;
- Horvath Thomas, do, do, do;
Mum Maria, do, lot Ward, Allegheny;
Grant Felix, do. do, do;
Hobniotis J. 8.. ' do. do. do;
Fusbinder Ohm., do, 9d ward, Allegany;
Bluffer David, do, dOr do.•
Brown Hichad, earg house, lid ward, A ll egany;
Mei:inert J., efte.r goods, do, do;
Hass 14, , tavern. doe- do;
Porter Jame., do, do, do;
Kanneweg 0., other gads, 4th ward, Allegheny;
Redman' Henry, do, do, do;
thmeolly John, eating boas, do, do;
' Borax Saul, do, do; •
Smith Bliss, tavern, do,
Weber Antonia, do, do, do;
' Handel Henan, do, do, do;
McCloskey Clornallas, do, do, do;
Steiner Lana, . do, do, do.
fitiseny Winnifted,• do, de, del
Fand Phtlip,‘ do, Birmingham;
llama Fred IL, do, do; .•
McFarland Paw, do, Hut Birmingham;
Heeling Jos. 4 00., other gab, do;
Holithasto JO, do, do;
Burrows (Dorm taint, BlREMerlin
Jahn John, do, • Ae;
Fax John, do, Lainunceville;
Glynn Margaret, eating boat, do;
Froelich Gimp, tavern, Itathaster;
Mort Valentin% Or., do, dm
Meyer Margaret, do, Mcaouphell;
Vitale( Henry, eating house, McKeesport;
Lindsay J., other gads, do; -
Jones Joseph, taunt. do;
Spreetlfunk, ether goods, South Pittsburgh;
Bough AatonL tavern, do;
Nally Michael, other goods, West Pittsburgh;
Meets John, Jr., sating boss, do;
Hutch Benj., taunt, dot
Voiotia H. wash, do, Tarrottam
doe dol do, Tomperactuville;
Dugan Mary, eating boas, do;
Mane Samuel, tavern, Flisalostb;
' Franey Wm., do, Baldwin tp;
Omelet Joe.. do, Oaten" tp;
Ems Robins on, do, do;
Marshall Item. do, Maley tp;
Jarrett G. G. do, tooth Fayette tp;
Ellen Jame 9., Huth Fayette ste
White James, do, do,
Bengt Boni. do, Harem tp;
Tama George F., do, Indium tp;
Powal a Margaret, do do.
Jailer Andrew, do, do;
Hartman-John, do, McClure tp;
Lear John, eating house, Lowe It. Ur& tp;
Schaffer Martin, • do, do;
Mina,' earns, tavern, do;
Ember libthoiss, do, do;
Young William, do, do; "-
Xoltenhausa 1., do, Pitt tp;
Belts George, do, do;
Tyke J. do, Patton tp;
Murphy John, do, Penn op.
Dlatan Junes, do, Peabits tp;
Bens Edward, eating haze, Rearm tp;
Davis Thomas, tamp, Iticliland tp;
Duffy Ponta, do, Betimes to;
Haber 0., do. Shifter tp;
Al filar Chath o do, do;
ftiothel Larvae, do, doe
Anderson Wm., do, ikon tp;
Plankintem Jesse, do _ Pia tp;
lifefteati W. L., de: Plum fp;
Order Michael,. do. Patton tp;
Parchment Per, do, ele Ma fp;
The Conn will ton _WIDHLWAY, July let,
itell, at 10 o'olak m. Banainstranors must be Bled
on or before that day. Aintioants will brim their to my al before the day of Marton.
lelo4td W. A. ILLIIHON. Garb.
A N A LYS!B.-
,i- r , --- bs: t.
ewes —4 .60. 0 , .!Zo
Pea Os. lam. LEO. St, LOUIS, MO.
Agee to Mb of the
li ki a % te ll o a °4ll t ' ll ri 51:14sestmaran it. : al l4uth lE N o"
to the Anapts above. es repotted hr Profs.
A. A. Hays, of ton. and J.O. Booth, of
Phi, whfth. with the tent of acing aped.
ma by man In lefttaba6. Olactinnati
and IL Lards, tendon it to be UM pootat and
most ratable now known, whether Kossign or
American. Pine mods from It have stoat in the
elan Farms 6% to 9 months.
The Ate.. a llie Clay am taut from the
mine, without wathinir or preparatas what.
env. It great alusliverme aad Let=
grannie* which not shown by the
wash admit of admixture of a large proportkilt
1 shell or clay.
I em now to 11l ordain *a the above
' Ofty, to be from St. Leeds or delivered brae.
Ho. 191 SHOOED ITHICHT,
JeiLia Pftruosera. Ps.
CtilIPEll3, MX:a OIL MOTILE!, drci.
GREAT 11,1400170 N I PRICES,
A 2 '1122
NEW CARPET STORE
:11UFAILLAND, COLLINS & CO.,
ri A131:0 73 11.1 TH STRUT,
Betimes the het 011 Ice and Digansh Belding.
We hareJost eseatnel air new stook. varohmed at
• vest reduction from Wow of last Wag, Mon
prolog a most sztanales and oamatate of
every descriptlon of goods In oar In" whMh vs aamortmentir
for ads at a =MI &drama on ante
We moms to cell this stook it from TIN TO
TWINTI•TIVZ PIN OMIT. MSS than Waal,
goode are now milUng for In New Toth and Pklladel•
BREWS, BURKE & 00.,
Agents of tla
°LODZ, PlOl3lO ADD LIBIZTY OIL WORKS.
U. Mud club minion wadi on condiments
Refitted or Crude Petroleum
COL D170:11132 WAY 4, SlAroocz BTWT,
: ' .41
LADITIP 110110000 1f1.111213% O.
Do. KID EMILID DOOTa 0n1y...« VS.
Do. OCING..IIIILID GLITTEM. ooky 1.15.
MIN S OLLT IiMAIOZAIA %AO.
mummy& aoxr BONS,
11016' MID TOWN% BALMORALB ;_XIBIEr
AND OHILDILIMI . 00EIGIRDS3 416173133 ADD
BALMORAL& OM sad aeoaea a Wigan to•dy
Jae J. it BORLAND. 98 Mutat aunt.
By mamas 2n thio tempt dessenden of the
Xeetern Mutate, we in math", the neweet
t•rns to BBIII3BII=OItILINII, and sae able
to o ff er a complete t of
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Batting, ter,,
With• nip large Mood= In /them
OLIVER- WOLINTME it CO..
lad . TOTH num
EySs AND BILK.—Ps. Dim pap, -
amount to ni• timbres el I li - I Matio , " 4 l. ha n g
'oRgOn t iPrILISAInn, ib• inn eon 11,14 t ago . N.. M=
modons “ MI MI
atom OATPIAOT, KUM MLitt Alliri. , g * lame poen& gdy.•,, 6..
tgAI. PUPlLlmertit ozyntiout, ill& tad wioNtolo mantle it - - -I-4. ,, L r -- -
bads an InaII.III.TORT NM; an Wing ~- ..... • % ',
Au , Gomm alkeibg theaki sod /Me% liAostm 6 tk V B N
im ix '
IR Pin Man. wralir MI '
,/ /6. Ilan tit-%
rIOUNTRY IaTOICEICSICREBB AND
la-IMM LIZALIZS, of tbo dog ottl ir =
bating toms. ate riogootfollg bolted to
umerscas; ZOTIOZA, 1101FMIT • GLOM"
LAOS GOODO. BIAINDILIMIS • .
NITS, MUM% 00131111, •
NAM AM' KM
P I II 8,
AM tbo rung= Naafi =Zola in oat Rot of badntso.
Is oar Who Luis Departwant, on tbs ssoind and
third deers, will be band exPosstre aiwortents
tits sepsis awasersted Wow. We tiunkms solicit
s call from di buyers. woorell that with oar Worms-
Ytscilitiss wi Ow the be in the ;polity
Wow ot oar gab.
D. B. 0. GLUM
BLA.CRIIIII & GLYDE,
711 KAMM BMW
Between liourth sad the Diamond. $s
MILITARY 81312 i;
Should WI sod supply thers•lvel with
THE HEW BTEHL ooLuas,
BOLT/MIS' DRESSING UAW*
Aid an dasiniptlau of
Macrum & Clyde's;
78 'LOX= BTZEIT,
Baum Imam =DThisaND.
fIIIIPUBEI LAOS SHAWL
%X [ITEM& SHAWLS;
PIACI h TANGY KM;
/It seduced prices.
awn imegiplA .
$4 B D L o ACK HIMBANIII4
YAZD WIWI BLACK KW;
°AmQUIC os, tILA o= we. • pod;
1101/BIKB DWI GOODS, and
SILK. CLOTH AND MUM NANTLID;
At whited plias, it
AL. 3B 8 •1' El EP,
21 FIFTH STBliaT.
BOINIT 1.11130115 t TLOWISH,
UMW* 01121.13111r1 HAT%
MIA SHORE HA'S;
111113, to., to.,
AM vary Ohap Ike a
EC* 0 R . N . 333.'81
77 and 79 Market. Street.
COMP! WRAP! OKRAPI .
Drawl Kim vow'
59 Market Street,
B .0 Q, 'IC 61
352 A. ..IsT 1 1 11 la an 19,
cove= THAN Ma
N. .11.....PINHTETNIN NUT ONE TllOll
J. M. Burchfield's.
GENTS do. for oaltid •
Do. LIU" PANT =VIP;
zumurpan, plaid ud pato;
BLOUSE IMMO ;
002TONIDIS ; for Poatr.
MEMO (WPM= ;
=mum aims AID 'MAIM
BLLCZ MOM CLOTH;
AAnd NI sooortmont of goods of oror7 dooriOce
bolds and Denim
$1 • • Cheap tbr Cash.
MUM MUM& AND OEMAP
Jot 'lrsighid et
irMir a ars,
hm., pa maim ma= Antlitisy.
TEM NEW COLORS,
zit 710!!1T Bl3!ll9Xe r
41evi g t goods of inn& Milll,ll*Cri. beutat We
ntall ini tuToir, micarx a co..
, • ' 50.17 niuk
DRY 000 DS.
p ARRIVE TODAY,
The trade impaled ...t
HAMM A GLYDEIS,
73 MAR= EiTIIXIT.
itetwaia hrarth sad Dimmed
p COIINTILY MEROUANTB AND
EATON, MACAW" & CO.,
Nos. 17 Aim 19 Font 89orit,
Jobbsni and Batudloo oA
NEBO" ions. OOLLABI, 7333,
soenurs, maw, Tatzak
Aall lOU mortmot ot -
SMALL AID 3011018.
.4ia low Wool it trbki oar Kock was =ohms*
madam to olkr todoomonto to (PITT and
GOUSIST MILLDnE6 ant
19111DDLI31, mad who boy to oil opts. •
SUPELBIOII. HOOP MUM 1 .
Osborne .t amens:um% Premium and Imperial Goren
Do do Calker Saki;
Do do ltatra Gore Parham;
WOO , tad "atm long. for bci• shed and tell
The Crinoline Draped, -or trench Bkpt.
• fall lima Bradley% lists always on band.
DATOG, ZWICK • 00.,
len . 13 'ladle NM street.
7j INE FANS! ' ' -
OILY AND LINE NUN,
In choke °okra and styles, MUM= ?UM and
WAX= rears, •t lowest Wain.
IA2OI, MlO/7.171141 CO.,
So: T run stmt.
rams as dadusaaa.—Trlssts Homo, is Do I db.
g ri lltai to P 1 00a 0 •Bcz. $ l, 00 ; Pas3ascss sad Dna
Chaim,* swats i no, ansub I
Ostend ilallary, 115 . cents ; Word Boa" II mita
Galley, la fond
• WWlliatfit of the favorite actress, ANNIE Z fl.
LIP. who will anew tat the drat time u oldsztp•
pe. sole[ to, the extreme bettht of the Theatre.
Lined open the beck of the Whd Hone. -
TEll (Monday) SMUG,
Will to promoted, the now three rot drama of
The Daughter of the Union 1
Clopt, RANCINW—.—....---gth HUDSON.
To conclath with the thrilling equistrlnn cowhide of
lAZEPPk; or,the Wild lone of 'artery.
MAE UFA, And =NUM
ANDRA IMAM TOSTRIL
LABORBBS WANTEIL-200 Digs
AA Warp, on • tba Wm of the New Quids and
Beam Yalta Balleced, Lawrence ootady Paulo.
Wages IN 60 per day and prompt mon
mama • alogliaNN. ttilbdr a i r tr .
New Orate. Key 07, nen ineseNegew
WANTER-41X1 • MONTH /....4V40 want
Amapa& sea a month, expenses paid, to sill
one isertssiao Away Oriented Boesers, and thirteen
other new, Want and mins article& Fifteen dr.
calms sentires. Addzses,
• SeinusinT 8W CLARK. Biddeford, Ma,.
WANTED...47S YOWL% want to
bin Ilwats to nag county at 176 a none,
mesa's paid, to sail say new atm% family arming
mittlastuarT . Mind. Itsbia.
a . B. BULGER, as s,
Illosabetwx EJ.riac7 dat.liontak
IP TT IT I 'l' IT RIO
1110. 45 EMILITRIPIIILD 32ZEST,
• aa ~smut of MAIMPAO.
TUBED TULATlTUBBcostaisalz as hut.
b ßut Wed pips ter BM.
b O. MA MCIIIbL,,
4iioniorst-Law alli Otaint,Ams,
80. Its MIMI Maar . , Ptibbc7o9l *._
Wheaton bk Atharpf Alhg colud 3 th
Inman. BOLD vra of nary dairda.
113th010IIII- tor all insabirod ik =tr i .
EOM, tar rnd Ogasthani .
TIM sadPISMO= be lithlows. havat; Othltai
Mahn. Brants aad an.th on .othaz Mad map
antitin. el than win ban din 4a Qs andat., at
ban Mai Oat Odium from than anhan.... d h
81.110 amp eoto4azixl no Wive IrM be
snewend mho • demo le • ' ' felbtsits
ovnarr sew ?mu.
Lap aDostatlx_iia band a bursi aad
aroma itosk at DEMON BOAT .103D a Ma r
I.LANK WINDOW 821117_,' UMW.
lIIIMELLIA JOISTS, EIPOTIFING. 14THA PA.
He will ill ad= for BLW ram lift
Pgrasad at 111 r rem. • -
Peneets wanting LONG TLH3I or POP
LAR. an pirtkoilatly firvited to lambs Ms itacils;
weeks am MAIO =CM nu iyibbuinu
111.E1 2 / 1 6/111111
. p ITIEBIIIIGH , FIRE BRIGE
lit, 0L0V311100.. -
Xi=lhotareas et. %/
ITU 3.111_ CM, =la, 011170111tA, MIL
In PIRA ARIL aItIICREILX CILAT.
No. NO LIBZUTIrBTI4II,IIIT. 54celie
thal Rea's. S. a. Passectite Depot, Pittsbr.
IP Orem sr. nocrottall. aWdtaiL fa :lino
CENTRAL I AU*/ MAMA,
Geiser Olio end riding Ebiath 4WY 7,
GEO. 4. szrzr, Ptopdet
ad WirPb7dolans presorlpftia amorally COM
risklL—Of, all kinds. '
. Koolassi. tosdhus and lirgs, to bbla. S balms
Lake Whits alsh sad Harem In bbla. & IMO;
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