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ESDAY MORNING, JUNZ 28, 188
tor 017701.4 L PAPA'S Of 11 1 7111 - OH"
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b - 1. Ootioson, No 66 Pifq.
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-Pittsburgh :sanitary Committee.
W. sometimes receive letters from our
breech societies *Athena to give them some
..__advice regard to their ralim g money to
„carry on their soelethe. Men, neve concerto,
tableaux, strawberry .sks.p re , k• , br Shire
they raise enough to supply tho -s • tilt
material for some time, but when that Is az
led they have nothing more to work en,
an they most again devise some means by
w h they can also money. Now if, by
so plan, regular monthly 'nem, can he
, the society will work mere regabuly
with more situ:faction; for we knew that
as liege, the war lute, the woman must work.
We thinfokr the_ plan of the Alert CIO, of
, raising funds, very goods but
,sly we have heard of the mystem en whit&
Fate New Brighton Society works, which Is
vary dialler, but more simple and there I,
hes which is worthy of natio*.
The town is divided Into districts and collec
tors appointed, who &Aka sad
both /idles and get:Omuta .the AMOUIIi rub
sarlbedarying, horn fire dollars to ten cents,
sfeelieg themselves so poor that they can
,per ten outs a month for, the relief . of
SIM soldieri. By this means they raise about
one hundred dollars a mouth.
The following donations have been received
for the week *adios Jou 20th:
White, Orr & Ce.--200 yards of mosquito
Jibe B. pi. Simpsoa-2 paekagas of =asi
Brookville Soldiers' Bell f Asseotation-56
beedkerehish, 56 roils bandages, 51 pillows,
3 pairs drawers, 23 toweh, shirts, 1 sheet, 1
beadle lint, cost, 1 wrapper, 5 packages
dried ends, 12 palm-leaf fans, 1 pair slippers.
Solders' Aid Society of Broirnsvilki-20
. Skirts, 14 pairs drawers, 8 sheets, 7 pillow
, Mee t 3 dimity spreads, 1 pair socks, S ease
2fars fruit, 3 saes tolgitoes, I ,ter mate's, 1 bottle blackberry wise, 334
dried Charles, 13i pounds dried pesobei,
Tem& dried plums, l3‘ pounds dried rasp
berries, 1X pounds dried cherries--teeded, ld
pounds dried apples, pipers.
Allegheny Ladles' Aid - Society -5 pairs
drawers, 4 shirts 6 cans. fruit, 1 :melt dried
peaches, 1 sack Lied blackberries, 27 yards
mosquito nett, 27 magazines, I bottle current
Mfrs: D. G. Siekes--1 package dried elder
barbs, 1 can peaches, 2 cans hnekleberrlea,l
&Were Aid Society of Minersville and
.oeuter avenue-13 shirts, made of muslin for
Vet A. Chalfant, Wilkins township -1.
bottle berry cordial, 1 bottle raspberry
vinegar. 1 bottle currant wine, 2 pair' of
A Lady, per Bey. B. L. Miller—Se.
Dr. J. K. Findlay, Sewicklerville--315.
.A Friend -425.
The Insurrection in Holmes county,
Elsewhere we publish the oirramstanoes
which led to the resistance of the authorities
In Holmes conakr, Ohio, and now we are able
to give the finale of the affair. The Cleve
land Barad says:
this (Saturday,) moraines train from
Millersburg we get authentic news from the
Rohner minty rebellion up to a late hoar
last night. The war Is over. Order ones
more reigns in Holmes scanty. The law,
have been vindicated, and thesathority of
the Government maintained.- •
The reported battle with km of life is a
emarel. There hat been only one skirmish,
that at the stonewall, described in our o
nal aocount, In which rebels one or two rebels wounded and some prisoners taken.
The insurgents have given up two of the
original prisoners who were arreeted by the
Marsha', and the other two are' to be forth-
Mating. Some of the rescuers are
vp and obrtruation to the arras of the
ethers is to be made. Smuts o o of the
kedlng inrurgents mesh* to be reads, if they
elm be found (which Is estaidered somewhat
doubtful). . The enrollmmt la to be oompleked,
lasurts to disperse, the military to be
withdrawn gen , which is already dont, with the
on of one hundred men, who are left to
Me that the agosement la compiled with in
good fan The balame of the.foree fa said
to hanger? to Warsaw, Coshocton county, to
J ‘zegniats' sense insurgents In that vichilt7.
Central Board of Bdt/called.
The Central Board of Usual= ant Moa
k, mak& Zane 22d, 18U. Pisani,
/Oars. Brash, Harrison, Lai., Marshall,
MaAalsy, Bergesat and Bingerly.
Mr. Marshall was appointed President, pro
The :slants, of the previous Eluting were
read and !mond.
The Prllt of the High School reported
the malt .f thesasaintion of applicants for
Oa natl.* of • Mr. Brash, the' applicants
koielag thefdlowiag auadars,havlagpassed
the rosalred glaaderd, were
ch o w ,e eatitled
te elsesdos to the High Sol, vls Nos.
4, 10, 14. 1 4 3 4, 36,16, 58 , 49 , 50 , 97 , 90 , 6 4
66, 74, 88, 90, 92.
• Oa mil= et Yr: Maxim ths; bp=
holding the following numbers were
oatithel to mixasibultloa, vls 3 Nos. 3,4,1,
12, 15,16, /9;20, 21, 23, 23,14,26,
16,27," 20, SO, Sr, 32, 23, 37, 39,40, 41, 43,
413, 44, 55, 45, 48, 61, 53, 53, 64,66, se, 69, 62,
SI, 44,44 47,13 6 , 39 , 30, 71, 72, 73, 74, fa, 77,
79, 80, 81, 83, 83, $4,86,86, 87, 89.91, 93.
Oa siotloa of Kr. Maw bp, Wednesday,
the 24th, and Thursday, the 27th et August,.
erue toed as the days forth. mexamtistk tß .
Oa tootles, adieu:as L
egtdgestand that` Messrs. Lippincott
k 00 ., olPid/edalphls, hare now in pram a
work by t Bev. J. J. Marks, D. D., anti
tied es Bogue mad Intuit' in the Peninsula
oompoj s a." VT. Marks be. enjoyed the but
advantage, f or l b-citing such • book, 111 he bee
bun, from the Tor y list of the war connect. sod with the army, imaNd has massed t hrough all
the horrors of thegesupsiku swam Diclunond,
fait acpaignoed the mit wilts 4 1/ harssatent
The is written kr. PliTh—
not for military nuts—anti - - Is the ressrd of
things which occurred under the eye of an
latelligent spectator and SO to. /t will be
looked - far with great intemwt hy AM 'who
knew th e author, and its st istamenta of all
suck heti es cam under bis o.basuration
be soaped am beyond impeaci 'nut; for his
letters whin Dave so tognenti , j,r in
onr ova banana she, that Dr: Yatlu . is a-- ,
metal sad observant wituni—ns whose
*asthma will siwaym be minable.: -I
IfirwPosusaa ' l • %a that
sam* Us nada
Ounberind Presbyterial: • Eisaini As
sen periling as
ARM* lad to the utablisbnuns t nay W-
of • park
fladag knee of that deanalualles this
the of the Oessborktad .Phmeityls
rim saps "A oonimittee ifbli nation as
appointed at Piumburgit, Pa. ,pu la . time, w at
unm be „ our Drina Books, Confissiossok&o
paling at that atty. This we i.gard as
• wile and nonomini anangnmat.' As we
have beton said, books can be published at a
Ism *Sam Ist Pittsburgh than at and otitis
point west of the Albino Mountains
Bunn O Rita, 0V11M107014 -itrz.
Tidu7 0 rednitour tha donor sad se a •allto
deb*/ Taste at slut tbostnp, taw Wa
nt on Wodautay arab& upon whla b a,-
oadion the new oonsation arawe, of "Armors
yleyd e " sad "The Two Bettor of
t p' 1:7
Vallay, or the Yobuttowr win b e
Marry lo a vary moans' part of A , at-
Nabwn d EU uniform ooark
stability lan won Ida lotto of fri: way
w d e ,
who wills° doabt ere Ma a übiper.
Maisnra Ex my Elms WAIL —A ay et .,
to of tho anima of tho Blztb Ward win ,be
bold tido midair, at the pubis oohed holt to,
iitl_f l talt rem Wakek, to tab adios la
to demi! gtb /at at t?•
air* it Mill llall°9l*
Th _ 7 ___________ „„
Work on the rortifteatiens.
At the Niggling Of **llya:luny* Committee,
held -Let sight, the ruorti of the mu work-
Lrg on Cu diffaent lingo of fortification, were
Maid for :
BrOWLI it. Oa, Cap McDonald 180
Draymen and Carters' Bocilety, 180
Lloyd & Black, Capt. Nixon. 140
Clerk* from Market & nth a.
Capt. Burchfield 1 40
Clerk• from Market and Fifth eta., Capt. Baud, MO
Mr'', from Market & &hem., Copt. Yoliocotee. so
Clarke from Market, Wylie and Centre avenue,
Market, Bt. Clair and litth forma, Cert.Bulger 112
lit. Clair Guards, citizens of Market, Liborty and
.fWood street', Capt. W. D. Smith.-- 83
.H. Php', Capt. Wit! e.................----_. 10
Citizens of Liberty d Wood attests, Capt. White 118
Citizens of Wylie street, Capt. Becker...--...
Park, McCurdy & Co.) -
Smith, Pa k & Co., ..................----....-. 250
Park Brother & Co.
Outy's Bun Wor C ks, Uapt. Williama_---.....• L5O
Jouph Pennock, ant. Totten
Hutchinson &C0..-apt. MeCtoe . 7.- ------ ..------ 21
0 11.11. Spear &Oo , Capt. McCune,- ------- 53
NWon k Co., Capt. Lim
ot eltr Work, Capt. Wolf:b.,- .-.......--__-.... 85
Jou., Boyd 4 Co., ihmt. Wcodi- --.- Los
II t. ape 1 Ben, lat Pt. Ciae1ian..Z......'"....... 71
owa on% Cat. Pcrx._,...................._...-. 14
W. B. &mite, Clittain Welsh- ----- 28
Perry I Wilson, Oapt. Moe ckel--77----_, 10
Burson, Preston I Clo.,_ftbun P01i...--...... 98
Thineme Society, Out. mil -----_-._ 16
MBeek, k Cker, Out. Neely ------- --. lo
cKinney. Capt. MaNtoney--..........___...-.- io
Bartley, yt. liorcloy.- - is
Thomas Wore, Clapt. - -...... 8
BBurke & BartuM, Captain Ba rnes-----.....-- 15
obo Works, Capt. mcLa1a........-.......--...- 120
George Worst, Captain Moffett....... 8
John Beckett, Capt. Beckett-. .. -- - 8
GAndemon & Philips, Copt. PhiQa.....,........—. 35
. Moore & Bra trapt. Mare......-,.......___-.... 22
G. /feudal:kr, gips Newd0irer...............----• 0
E. Know:son. Out. Bnowison.------_ 11
Beetitar & White, Gipt. Whlte6,--......-.... 8
Bluth &Co Capt. Milln-- • .......-- 45
Payette Ba ll Work". Capt. idgar.-- -- 7-.--... 17
Based & licOmlgle, Capt. Bud.. ...-----. 10
Gillespie & Mitchell, Capt. 8i11e5p1e.....—......... 13
Lippincott & Co., Capt. Satep- ...........,...... MO
Weidne, Hedy & at, Capt. Weldin...-------.
Dula, Phillips & Co., Capt. Waldin. - •- • -... L 5
Penna. aurced, Domino Depot, 0.9 t. alone- 25
Wood, Bound I Wood sta., Capt. J.M, McGreevy 60
Harvey & Oa, Cape, Barvey.---..........--- 48
Palß L Palum;tock.....-. .-.---.--.............. 9
White Lead W0rk5..........,---...------ 13
Chat & 00., / iwo-horas team-.
BW W Wallace, men on their own h00k...:-....- 11
ulked I Cb- - - --.---_
ro Mt; Is
-...... ft 5 10
Tota/................... ...... .. ;3 - 2 - i' -
I s (Lognitium atm.
ChWouod Street Hatchway and (Swg3oap Leda 63
ase, Smyth & 0 0.......... ...--................._' 130
Ha b. ro.ier aco - -62
Baigh a co., J. P........---.......--.--",...----..."--"-"-- ea
Hrun, !wed 11.........-....-..--........ 34
amm.. et Co. -.......-,..... g
Thorn & Co.---.....-. .....
Wm. Barnhill a a:..:::.....-......-..............._ aa
,WH. M. Bole ..-.- ........... ......-
"Patyon & Monroe-- -......--- V,
Htcytin & Foyter-....---_-. ...... 4.
Cartnyao & Co-- ........ ----- ----......... 4
Warroll & Snyder ... ....-. --..-..--......-,.....-. Si
Sin• il. Brown. Coo? Wurk.Z...----.......-............ 47
g & rennocs.--......... .....---............ .12
Ouruell & Eart..----.......------. .
isit,A !Street Clerks an.l alurchants, Cap t. ....tan 21
Biriftta SLt.et Clean .w l Cerchanta---...--- le
. dinsoria— ....... ..-......--....-....---. a
eintblao a Blaney
Gillespie a tonott. ---.---------
.---. ....-..-___. 4
D. Tarnall- .
raugnerw & Dongla
LW. in. Haven- .
auglemp a ir0aaac1—........-.....-..._ IQ
ir:. W. rumor & C0 ....,.......„_.....---......-..-...-..... 40
George Li Andati0."...,........,. 2
EiLanolin A 0n.........„...,
Wr7ce. ltichaeds A w... -
alton, Philips & Co--..... .......---................ 27
Gnat & Co-....
Oilland & Trimble..
Thompooa 3 Co
0.77. Ow; 16th
Bah ia arm'aru: )
mama, /lab& C0.,0 Iron mod Coal Works 305
L&pang, Chalfant & 00.----.
awia Dalsell & lio-......... ....."-----. _ 230
MStkotmbergar a C 0...
oyer. A &nx...___-------.
Pletaoa aco -------: a
Honer, Or al. t a tio.:-----... 174
Pattie:, lie :son & C 0,,..,.,.,,,,
lames B. Lyon& t0.......---............_.,....-- 33
Nerarlaa & C 0..,.. .
Mclntoeb. Heap bill a. C0...- ------- - 25
Jobe B. Bell.--.------------. 4
liard.all & 07.:-.—..-.....---.....--- 6/
Baiter. Balm aa a c...—................,....--... 27
alcOolly ------- 91
Lockhart & C 0.,...,,,..,,,
Blitebell, Harrel a o.i.
Otoo. Genoly-----------....... 14
A. Bradlity--. ---....---- 160
Knapp, Budd & 0a.............----------- LVO
klesera White------_--—. 33
Citlneaa of /Cm Liberty- -..........--..- 3d
Yea mad doldlefe Laded Guard-- ----- ee
( T0t.L........... -----------.....-1967
Jamas —.-- 130
Grag, Batumi a 00 ----------= 200
Ames a Laxisbu___.-------...-- 360
11.1 g Co
a Dilworth 111
Jnaaa Wood I Oa--- ---.---- 278
slam about s G.:
IP: . D. -
Illung u r.....
Wad, Mathew •
iy . wh itu t h n di ker;:: e-
Ms. Joseph Flamer then reported that he'
had received an additional subscription of
1100 from Mr. Joshua Rhoda.
Mesas. John Brows, Jr., Jame, Caldwell,
BoL Bohoyer, John Bean, A.M. Marshall and
Can. Wm. /Whitman were then appointed a
conamittse to no that "the !Withrow men are
pro_pezi, supplied with provisions and water.
I lien. Moorhead and James O'Connor were
appointed • and
to Gall on the Pitts
brush, Pt. Wayne and Chilies° lisUroad, and
the Oknolasid sad Pittsburgh Railroad, and
sundry missing firma and moist them to mad
men to labor upon the inkonalnents.
The Committee on Closing Stoma than re
ported and were continued, with lastrustions
to report the names of all the proprietors of
atom not closed.
Mr. John Soon was appointed a committee
to see that the force working at Tartu °reek
rewire their rations.
Mr. Bagwell :sported that EL H. MoKin
lay had handed him $6 and A. W. Loomis
$2O, as a oontributiaa.
The Oommittee of Tavern Karin reported
• forced 180 men ready to go to work on the
lortilostlona, and they were assigned to the
lines north of the
A isibroonultte. of the Committee for Al.l hewn/ City, conslaftg of W. H. MAIM and
B. K. Korn reported from the Tani Ward,
Aliegiamy,llB man $76 75.,
iGen. Moorokeed, sta Oh:drain of aCo
=Mee on troops, reportedrha following resm
assokia, That this conunittee recommend
Ant loyal and patriotic person" 'able to bear
» d fame
of their homes and Ades,
who have net aimed, dans ma that they form
themeless into companlas and elect their of
ficers, representing the professions', manu
facturing mining, caatzisetaials
meohaniall and other pursuits, or specified lo
calitias, in cities, boramke, counties or
townshipa embraced within Alpert: mat
of the Morionphala; and report at one, to
Mal. On. Brooke, who will have them nue
fared into the sank* of the United litotes, to
servo daring the plume of the President or
the ocatintancsof the war; also bare the of
&en oommistdoned. and Ike troops supplied with arses, ammunition,
rations, ks., under the terms and oonditions
1803. forth in his order No. 3, dated JIM* 9,
Haosouswass Dres or rss Mosozasarzs,
Strroviam, Juno JO, J
Gninaaalmui No. L—The President's
Proclamation calling for al: months' troops
doe. not supersede the orders establlahlne a
Departmental Corps, the nature of whioh
service, apple". to be solsundaritood. /t Is
net daller/ad to keep this organisation is se
tire sorties for ally MAUS poziod a , but sim
ply to establish and keep up.aa organiestion
toi the protection' and Wens, of the Depart
mant—that will be faalllar to every one and
elktdeat whoa rev ire& After the
eaergsrao is ever, the troop. will =t i ro
Sell ?ono, where they can rause thek
only on ions of " tent '
• • ger or periodically for tripe s and in
- • • Con. For this last palpose it is snp
• that on an average -not ever one day in
the week will be necessary.
Provision has been made by some of the
patrietio citizens of this tiny to advanoe the
Government the necessary money to pay these
troops regalarly, so that they willnot have to
wait the notion of Congress. Under no sir
munstenoes can these troops be transferred to
any other Department.
By command of
MaJ. Gen. W. T. H. BzooKs,
T. Burr awns:mama, Capt. & A. A. Gel
On motion adjourned.
W. P. rutoroz, Chairman.
Geo. H. T11131181.01/4Jo Buretary. ,
'articular, or the Coal Hall Shoot
A.further hearing in the case of the shoot
h:g of George Chambers, on Coal HUI, took
place at the Mayor', °Moe yesterday after
noon, about four o'clock.
Joel G. Smith, of Washington county, who
wee one of the guard stationed to protect the
property, lbeingsworn, deposed the following
I maw the gun that that man was shot with,
before there wee a load in it. A n man I hid
give the gun to tried one of my caps, and
snapped the gun three times before bursting
one of the caps of my musket. I don't know
who this man was j never saw him before ;
never saw him since; being_ a stranger there,
I didn't know anybody. Him and me were
up there between this...quarters of an hour
and an hour before Golden came up, or until
ear dinner was ready. As I was sitting at
the time, I got up on my feet and handed him
(Golden) my gun, which was very heavily
loaded. But on reflecting, I said I had bet
ter take the gun from him, as he might shoot
inensiderately. I took my gen out of hhi
hand and gave him this old shot-gnn, think
ing it was no more dangerous than a slab.
The Mayor--What made you think there
was no danger ?
Mr. S.—Of course there was no load in the
gun, and I felt al rest. We went to dinner
(Bond and I.) Altar being at dinner some
time, we heard the creek of • gun. Both of
us sprung up and ran to the patch. About
half way between the house and the patch we
met Golden. He said to me, "I shot a fel
low up there;" lays I "What did you shoot
him for ?" He said "I eould not get him out.
I told him three or four times, so I shot."
Golden then ran to the house. I went on up.
The lad was lying on his side. I took hold
of his right arm and raised him up. (Bond
was with me at the time.) The mon was
limber. I had my gun in my hand. On rais
ing the man up, I requested Bond to get bo
hind him and hold him tip. He dijso. We
then carried him out of the patch to the shade,
and then I sent one of the men for a bucket
of water to wash the blood out of his fare and
nose. By this time the mob had raised to
throe or four hundred and went in - for killing
every one of us with their shovels and piiiks,
but they did not hurt us, although they had
e very good
he Mayor--When you and Bond went into
dinner,' understand you to say that you were
confident there was no load in the gun ?
Mr. B.—There was no load In the gun to
the but of my knowledge.
The Mayor—The presumption Is that he
_put the load in It ?
Mr. Eh—Well there is no doubt he put the
Mr. Burgwinllow long after leaving
Golden was It that you heard the report of the
Mr. B.—About twenty minutes. We had
taken seats at table and were about half
through with dinner. I 111114 Oil duty as pro
vost guard, by order of Gen. Brooks. I hid
orders that it I could not keep people out, to
fire on them.
Mr. B.—Had there been a great destruction
of property there the day before?
Mr. B.—Yes, sir, a great deal.
Mr. B.—Then it wag you who put this gun
into Gelden's hands?
Mr. B.—Mr. Bond had nothing to do with
Mr. 9.—No, sir; I gave Golden my gas In
the Arst place, but, on Whitton, took It from
him and handed h im the old shot gun. My
gun had two bullets and a double charge of
Mr. B.—How long was it from the time you
tried the gun to the time you gave it to
Mr. S.—lt may have been an boor before.
Mayor Sawyer—Mr. Bond evinced a spirit
of moderation in the whole matter 7
Mr. S.—Yes, sir. I think I put this young
fellow out ones or twloe, bat am not certain.
The Mayor—Where was the boy found
when you went up there ?
Mr. B.—la the strawberry patch. Some
say he bad money upon his person—in his
hand, to bay strawberries, but there was none
that .1 saw. I was the first man up to him.
Tit. Mayor—Was this boy on any path or
Mr. B.—No '
sir. He was off the road by
thirty or forty yards. He was in the middle
of the strawberry patch.
Mr. B.—How far was he from the works ?
Mr. 13.—He was about three hundred rods
, from the works. He crossed three fences to
get into that patch.
Mr. B.—,And it wee the boy Golden that
I asked you to give him the gun ?
Mr. B.—Yes, sir. He lays, "Give me one
of the gnus."
Mr. B.—lie it was who kept watch while
you went to dinner ?
Mr. 13.—Yes, sir.
The Mayor—Did he (Golden) come up and
let you know the purpose (that dinner we.
Mr. B.—yee '
sir. I mild to him " you bad
better stay aid watch."
The Mayor—Ton were under orders not to
leave unless relieved ?
Yr. B.—yes, oh."
The Mayor—Was there any other member
of the guard there ?
Mr. B.—No, air.
The further hearing of the ease was then
postponed till July .2d, to whioh time Golden
was farther Committed.
The Mayor stated he learned that young
Chambers was stf ) li living.
Patriotic Action of the Retail Mer
A meeting of the merchants of Pittsburgh
and Allegheny was held last evening, for the
purpose of taking cation in referent* to Woo
ing their stores. J. W. Barker, Esq., was
in the chair, and Mr. Joseph Horne acted as
After an interchange of views, it was
ltatolved, That we elo,, our stores until
Wednesday evening of this week, for the pur
pose of platting all our men on the fortifier
none for the defense of oar city,
This cation is highly commendable, inas
much as the merchants intend to gin their
services gratuitously to the government. In
view of this tacit, we sincerely hope that the
closing session will be general throughout
both cities—that no respeotablemerohant will
be so contemptibly mean as to keep even a
side door open, whoa his more patriotic
neighbors are working for the common de.
fens,. Those who do keep open, undo! Nook
oironmstanoes, will to marked and remember.
ed. The patriotic ladles of the two cities
and vicinity will be carotid not to patronise
those who care so much more for oaf than
they do hr their oconstry. Let them resolve
to do no shopping until the stores open again,
and by this mean they will administer a
proper rebuke to certain partial, who have
thus far been very glow in Joining in this pa
triotic movement, lest they might lose a few
DIA= OF A BOLDIII.—We regret to hear
of the death of Remy J. (hurley, a member
of the 139th Regiment, Vol. Collier. Re died
In Washington, from the effects of a wound
received in the knee at the secold battle of
'Predaleksburg. The leg was amputated at
the thigh, and death ensued, on the 16th
init., from erysipelas. The deceased was a
ver, worthy and estimable young man, and
enlisted in Oapt. Mellales company, near
Kittaning, where he has relatives residing.
Re was a carpenter by trade, and previous to
enlisting in the mirth% had been In the em
ploy of Robert Wallace, Esq., at Swissvale,
in this county.
GIL GaAs? has sent Are
prisoners to Islaid No. 10,in Mississippi,
where they will be detained anti( the fate of
Vicksburg is decided.
Jonaßantu., of flolllersville, bad his
broken. at the railroad sodding Jut Frida leg
near Millersburg, Dauphin minty, Pa.
HIGH SCHOOL COABOINCR
11111 8?—THUI (Taalay) XTBNIBIG.
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SPECIAL• LOCAL NOTICES.
GROPER &VD BARIIIO3 Surma MACR/11, for
family and manufacturing purposes, ern the
best in lase.
A. P. CHATOZT, %moral Agent,
No. 18 Pifth street.
TEOILUI Pater, ?lam and OrilliElental Mate
floater, and dealer In Pennsylvania and Ver
mont 4144 of the best quality sit low :vas.
°Moe at Iles. Laughlin's, teas the Wants
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. aplitem
NA, Ali-11UL OF BLOOM OLOTHIFO,-.01.
tan we are asked, whets can we buy a neat
and comfortable summer suit, made to order,
thee having the chance of selecting our owe
goods? To all these inquiries we can answer,
go to Messrs. W. H. McGee a Co., corner of
Pederal street and Diamond Square, Alleghe
ny, and ion will be suited wording t o y our
taste. They have hut received their summer
goods, and for elegance of style, they cannot
be surpassed, and for fitness - they are the very
persons, as their, work Is all done ender their
own super Vision. Give them *ail, and you
cannot fail to be detailed.
ATTENTION, RJBTUMID VOLLIZT/011 1--The
attention of our country's brave defenders re
oently returned from the SOS; of war, and of
the public, in geocrel, Is again directed to the
vary extensive and handsome assortment of
the latest styles of French, EngHa and
American plate goods, (or pant., coats and
vests, lately received by Messrs. John wow
Jr Co., Kerala= Tailors, No. 126 Federal
street, Allegheny. A tasteful selection of
gentlemen's furnishing goods will also always
be found on the shelves of the establishment,
together with a lot of ready-made clothing,
got up in the beat manner.
July RIMILIIID PLOY TY/ Nom,-eaantal
Graham, Merehant Tailor, would respectfully
Inform his friends and the Nadia in general
that be has just returned from-the Nast with
his new stook of Spring and Bummer Goode,
consisting of the latest style's of cloths,
cassimeros and vestings. Gentlemen debbing
a stock to select from that cannot be surpass_
ad by any other in the city, and their gar
ments made in the most fashionable manner,
would do well to give him a call before pur
&ism GRAHAM, Machant Tailor,
No. 64 Maeket server, sue door from Third.
Conissr is Nismans.—Rer. M. Thiaher,
Pitcher, Chenango county, New York, writes:
"I am sixty years or age. By the ase et
?dos. B. A. Aden's World's Bair Restorer, my
gray hair is restored to its natural eolor.
am oathidad it Is not a dye, but acts on the
so:orations. My hair series to falL Your
Bair Dressing is superior to ail others. l'or
eupytiwohnesr it .
t eg als9L"Gr ol e d n bwyla d Sgget,
CazAr Diterrernr.—At the Dental Insti
tute, No. 251, Penn street, sets of teeth for
four dollars, bitter than thole at fire dellaii
at the other dental establishments. AU per
sons are requested to call at the Institute
after having aseertabeed the /*west prices at
the other cheap places. AU work done at
the Institute is guaranteed superior to any
cheap Dentistry to the city.
SOLDIIU, TO TEO RTOCUII I—Yount men,
rushing into the exposure and dangers of a
soldier's life, should prepare theinselves for
the fatal fevers, the dysentery, the sores and
scurvy, which are almost certain to follow.
Holloway's Pills, used ocomionally during
the campaign will ensure sound health to ev
ery men. Only 25 cents per box. 214
NOTIOII TO Pao &&&&& lIO6DOIIB, ABUT/ •ITD
til4. °THANT INTIJOUTTIIO —For repair's or al
terattons to mores or dwellings, new roof,or
tattling else In the Carpenter LIDO, oal at
Cattibert's Carpenter Shop, Virgin alley,
above Smithfield strains. All order, promptly
end Ca&mace CLacut will be table
at tue UHL'atoso laS Lfb 2wy o• am*.
t , s b t, y! ..".ors le At t ell above
51:sAtt-f ! 7 I Irals
C. Bud.. bootiet, 246 Peon street, •tteol to
The Negroes nodthe copperheads.
Will the negroes fight? is the caption of
a paragraph in your paper of yesterday.
Allow me to say that the question is settled,
and the only one now depending is "will
the Copperheads fight?' or, in other words,
“are they equal to the negro?" Aa'to their
fighting for liberty--even their own—that is
a point decided already in the negative.
The problem still open—whether they will
even fight for the privilege of /erring,
now in process of solution in Indiana and
Ohio. Report lays that although the spirit
is willing the fiesh is weak. They organize,
and arm, and shoot enrolling officers occa
sionally from the fence-corners, or other
convenient ambush, but when they have to
encounter an armed patrol, the case Is en
But why read the Riot dot to them; or
allow them to stipulate in such cases for a
trial in the civil Courts, where they, feel
matured of Impunity upon the mere chance
of a single sympathising juror? When
men are thus banded together, and have
arms in their hands, they - mean deliberate
and well-considered mischief, and ought to
be dispersed by something stronger than
paper pellets or blank cartridges. No' wise
can hesitate to punish with a
strong hand, or afford to be ctdoken-hearted
in such emergencies, If it would preserve
the respect of the people, and avoid great
bloodshed, and probably anarchy. An
armed resistance to Its authority, in times
like these, necessitates a resort to martial
law, which shall make the punishment both
sure and speedy as the lightning's, stroke.
If the facts stated in regard to those two
States be true, there is a case for martial
law, which will leave no room for tketquib
bles of such people as Vallandigham and
his friends. It is to be hoped the Govern_
meat will take note of it instead of filling
the prisons with blatant traitors who can
never be convicted.
The Dixie Delegation.
You do not publish the proceedings of
the late Copperhead Convention at Harris
burg, although the people here are marlins
to know how many of the Western repre
sentatives failed to arrive, or whetbee , th e
somewhat imposing delegation, which was
making its way up from Dixie, had Sue
ceeded in throwing any of Us members
&arose the Susquehanna on that interesting
occasion. The litter•gentlemen seem, at
all events, to time their visite well. On
their previous excursion they appeared, if I
mistake not, about the period of the Fall
election, and the copperheads carried their
ticket in Franklin county. Now they pre
pare to meet their friends In general con
clave at Harrisburg, in order' doubtless,
that they might participate in their delib
erations. They had their tickets of invi
tation, of course, dud would certainly have
been present, if there hadn't been a lion
is the way. Bat why didn't the Guyon
tion adjourn to Fulton county for their con
venience 7 It wouldn't, however, bate 'al
tered the result even if the Dixie delegates
had been there. There is not one of them
who would not have given Lis hearty sup
port to Woodward and Lowry both. •
Paean' 11•11112•1.611211111•2:11 0217611,
WelhEllgE•n, Kay a.
VOTIOE —The atkation et all officers
who hen ben bonstraitly d ed ea ea ,
alma of Werra or dliabillty, rug wh o
snt „ r the rn t oe to the Invalid Oorps, te rated to
the prothions of General Orders, *ye, Ng, of we,
fro., th e we, Depalllll2ni r EMI/1112W in the payers
thronyttort the country. anah altars ere requested
to wet kr Pthlits l 7 with lb. Provisions of that or
der, and to end thdr written nig
In plodded, ter pent:lone in the 11007.114 Ootyi, (sta.
tap the character of tbdadhablUtya with as lath,
daily as portal*, to the Actin tuelefeet Floyd,
Martha Others' of the elate b llama they Amy tr.
each Anti., Amhara proven lterthel General Will
at once forward the mallattimm, with his adorn.
smut, to the .Provort Eleneral of the Birth
Officers for the anal tarps will be appointed he.
medlately upon 11:121111/1111g die papal ragffirer
General Order No. los, a IBM from Ma Doper&
went. Their pay end emoluments will roastasthe
,!tote data of aoceptarre orsuott affotatmata, ead
not from date el .p .f of the irspeethe son.
minds to which they may be amtped,
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THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPEW& DISPATCHES
SPeuled Diapason to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
Wanrunaron, June 22, 1864.
We have Just received at your Washington
iofflos, the following dispatch, from a corres
pondent at Gen. Hooker's Headquarters :
Firing has been heard again this morning,
but the cause or result of which ao partiau-
Leis have yet been received :
Hat outrearzas or Sao ta r s
r m orma A... PoroKsu e l
The following gratifying dispatch jest re
ceived at the headquarters :
didie, Jean 21-4 30p. es.—Pleasanton at
tacked Stuart', force this morning, at Mid
dleburg, and a severe fight has been going on
all day. We have driven the rebels with se
vere lose, beyond tipperville, into Ashby*
gap, a distance er eight miles, capturing one
gun and a good many prisoners, and blowing
up two caissons. The moose throughout the
day, has been uniformly on oar side.
Prom information received here, it IA put
beyond doubt that the enemy's main infantry
foroe,lnaluding the corps of A. P.lllll, is on
thilaniediate western slope of the Blue Ridge,
bettiii4l Snicker's Gap and Winchestir. Noth
ing seen of the rebel infantry In' to-day's
SIZILLIAJIT °avatar near.
The following ofiloial report of 'Manley's
fight has been received and made public:
CAMP =naa IIPPaUYILIA,
5:30 r. Jane 2
Brigadier Graeral S. W il liams*:
Gaituer.: I moved. with my command,.
this morning, to Middleburg, attacked the
eavalry force of rebels under Stuart, and
steadily drove him all des;, inflicting a heavy
loss • drove him through pperville into Ash
by'siAap, took two pieces of artillery. one be
ing a Blakely gun, and three caissons, be
sides blowing up one. Also, upwards of sixty
Cpoisoners, and mere are co m ing in. A Lieut.
olonel, Major, and five other Moore, Wilda
a wounded Colonel and a large number of
wounded, were left in the town of Upperville.
They left their dead and wounded upon the
field. Of the former I saw upwards of twen
ty. We also took a large number of carbine's,
pistols and sabres. In fact, it was a most
disastrous day to the rebel cavalry. Oar loss
has been very small. I never saw troops be
have better, or under mere difficult °list:m
atinees. Very heavy charges were made and
the sabre used freely, but always with great
advantage to us.
(Signed) • A. Purricaerox, Brig. Gen.
Private information adds to the above that
Gen. Kilpatrick was at one time made pris
oner, but was rescued again by a gallant
charge from oar cavalry. The Sixth Ohio
was in the fight, and is complimented for its
fine Gonda:lL Our losses are only about ten
killed and fifty or sixty wounded. One Vir
ginia Colonel is known to be killed on the
rebel side, an South Carolina and one
Virginia Colonel w unded and prisoners.
THB KAI/ AURZ•IIMY RIPOIMID TO as )(LIAR -
110 ON rtmunriaa.
This evening's Star contains the following.
It mast be read with whatever credit attaches
OS the Star'. Judgment of information:
"We know enough to assure us that the
main rebel army, it is thought, is not any
where oast of the Blue Ridge, and we have to
add that he is marching from this direction,
or preparing to march from this direotion, on
Pittsburgh or Wheeling. Swell is at and
about Sharpsbarg, Maryland, in the Shenan
doah Valley. From the Rappahannock to
the Potomac, we feel sure, that there was not
a rebel in arms on the Bail Ran mountain
range last evening.
Aesietant Betretary Pon received a dispatch
from New York this maraing, stating that
Admiral Foote seemed better, although he
had slept very little daring this night. The
government some days since took 001:111011 to
relieve Admiral Foote from the responsibili
ties of his new post, knowing that his mind
who burdened on *mount of what was nada
rally exposited of him.
P The sixth company in the first District as
pa regiment, was mustered In yesterday. I
will be remembered that Chase recently dis
missed his clerk for certain brutal expressions
he mad* about negroes and negro troops.
Another 'lark who sympathised with and in
terceded for his dismissed fellow, has also
vas 0•2111111 or TIM 1191-OLAD FINGAL.
Mush interest 11 felt In giving the details
of the fight between the rebel ram Fingal and
oar gunboats which captured her, as It l, the
Ent decisive fight which has ever occurred be
tween iron-clads. The Fingal wee armed
with five Enfield 100 -poinders, and was
plated with two and • half inch iron, with the
talot-houe covered with Aye inch plat', and
the roof, sloping at an angle of thirty degrees,
was alto covered with five inches of iron
plates. She was of course by tar the mast
powerful vessel the rebels had afloat.
LAID 701 1.411.40AD15.
The General Land OSkw has just transmit
ted to the Governor of Michigan Wes mill
ed trwesori of approved lists, In favor of that
State, to aid in the oonstnotion of railroads,
as authorised by Gm not of Congress, ailed
dd of lone, 1856. First list embracing 26-
428 sons, being In pees falling within the
elz miles limits of Ae Bay de Magnet and
Marquette ItailroadP Second list for 22,244 -
ACM, as indemnity between the siz and 6!.
teen mile limit of said road. Third list for
8,168 sores. Total, 67,841 sores.
COSPIL/ID 13011 VOILVOID 'arias.
The Richmond papers of Saturday have
been received. They contain glowing ao
oounts of the capture of Winchester, claiming
to have taken many pisses of artillery, and
npresenting it as a brilliant victory. They
give no indication of Lee's Whereabouts, but
call on men above sixty aid under eighteen
to volunteer for the defence of Richmond—
that every available man may be forwarded
to rsinforoe Lees army.
Carefloatss of incorporation, with authority
to comment" banking, have limn given by . . the
Comptroller of Currency to Banks at Phila
delphia, Now Haven, Cleveland, and Dayton,
Ohio; Obtoago, Syracuso, New York, and Fort
lIIISSION AMOCO TEM 0 0 1 211111.41D111.
tier. Dr. Douglass, of Pittsburgh, has been
buy making arrangements tor establishing a
Missionary among the contrabands.
The President glue all pesdble enoonrso.
meat to • movement.
saute aur =off.
Invalid solders aro Wag lout North to
make room to the hospitals hue for amtiolpa
tod arrivals of wounded. •
Richard 8. Ooze, not the belays Ware law
Commissioner, has been appointed °odder of
the &trial law.
TIM illiniamigy u TKIIIIWITIIO7 OP COLIMILA.
The enrollment nadir the Conseriptlon law
began in the Muria to.morrow.
From the Army ortlie Cumberland.
Laoravuro, Ky., Jnai33.—News boa
reaelted Headquarters to.day that John Mor
in, with 6 00 - 0 ask mount tbo Ilanibulaad
river, OM Vitali% het night. ,
Paulen report eoulderable at aeuatis, exedtement
Tema.. having heard the port
of kOOO rebels advaseias on that plow re
maim are Nag BOA to defan it.
Important from the Department of
Manna; June 1 0.—Col. Cornyn, of the
10th Missouri Cavalry, succeeded in scatter
ing sereral rebel camps, where they were
gathering cattle for Raves army, destroYing
Urge quantities of Image and bringing in
tbe cattle. He reports the rebels making
vigorous efforts to gather a large mounted
force north of the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad. They are conscripting every body,
and numbers that have taken the oath joined
these robber bands.
Some of Oen. Dodge's men who were with
001„ Straight have escaped, and reached Car
ant abando y
kith. Theed report ttust Straight destroyed
nhis artillery before ft was cap
tured by Purest, and !Whined mush greater
damage than, the rebels acknowledge.
A detachment from theist Missouri and sth
Ohio Cavair*, 400 strong, under Maj. H e
of the btb Ohio, while on a reconnoissance ,,
was surronnded near Hernando, Mite., on the
night of the 18th, by Glen. Chalmers, with
2,000 rebels. They were routed, and most of
them captured or killed. Maj. Henry wu
captured. ' About 150 of them returned.
The enemy is moving along our whole line
from Memphis to Corinth, cutting the tele-
graph arid damaging the railroads.
Missouri State Convention.
JEYMBOX Ciro, Mo., June 32.—1 n Con
vention 'to-day, Mr. Drake Introduced a reso
lution providing for the eleotion, bithe peo
ple, of State officers on the 43th of October
next, to serve till the next general election,
November, 1864. A substitute was offered
extending the time of election to November
next. The matter has bean under discussion
all day, but the Convention adjonrued without
Meetinga are being held all over the State
favoring immediate emancipation and the
election of State officers by the people.
The Convention unanimonsly passed a reso
lution expelling Prime L. 'Hudgins for dis
Loos, Arne 22.—The Spring
field dispateh nye that the clerks of the
Nimbly sealed up the Journals of both house'
and placed them in the hands. of a copper
head Treasurar. The law -say' they shall be
deposited with the Secretary of State. The
law also provide' that the publicprinter shall
have an *Masi copy of each day's proceed
ings of the Legislature, which has not been
complied with. The clerks pretend to eon.
cider it. The Assembly is yet In session.
Thus journals arep üblicproperty
by law to all, even while t he Housesand open
4 session. This ispart of the co
i f pperhead plan
against the integrity of the State.
:ooker'e Arshy Blovinis--Condition
of Adouxol Foote.
Nee YOILL, Jane 22.—A special dispatch
from Washington sajs that there are no reboil,
at Thoroughfare Gap, and that nothing has
basin seen of the enemy towards Warrenton
aid beyond that point. Oar army Is on the
move. Look out for news.
The condition of Admiral Foote is not so
favorable as this morning, and it ii feared
will die. ha
From Pon month
New You, w t 2 2.—The steamer Saxon,.
from Port Roal, h dates to the 18th,'Itsr
The monitors Weehawken and Patipsoo
captured the rebel iron-clad ram Pings], in
Warsaw Bound, on the 16th inst., after Acing
Ave guns. There was noloss on our side.
Raid into Indiana.
OINOIHIATI, June 22 .—Yesterday about
nine bandrod rebels eeeee the river in the
neighborhood of Leavenworth into Indiana.
This morning they had reached Peollo. in
Orange county, for the purpose, it is said, of
burning bridges on the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad. Troops are moving to intercept
The E amnion in Maryland.
BA6TIMOBII, Jane 82.—At the Ameri,:ats of
ficio thin morning, there ii news that not more
than 8,000 rebels are In hisq/sitd. No en
gagement or demonstration was made at Har
per's Ferry, and we still hold communioation
with that point.
Chased by a ,Pirate.
Niw YORE, Juno 22.—The bark Belaying,
from Bb►ngltas, rsporta that on Suns 7th, In
tat 18°, long. 60°, oho was otmood nnenooeu
folly by a bark-rigged steamer.
A Groundless Report.
InorewaroLts, Jane 22.—The reports cur
rent in New York that 20,000 aLs months men
bare boon oaLled for In Indiana, on account of
the rebel raid in that State, Is absolutely
Markets by Telegraph.
CLICIZZATI, JllOB 4Y—float Inactive; nothing of
importance was donw prices are nominally nu
changed. Wheat Zs awer and dull; red $l. 11401 08.
Gum Inn at 848558. Oats In active demand and
Wills higher. clown` at 618404 in bulk. Whiskey
DNSMoody at 40, Nothing done in prorbrforw, and
nostilnaL Groottles unchanged. Gold 142.
Miter OZ, Nachange.stekly.
New Toes. June 2 .2.—Oettou firmer at 89. Flour,
mike 17,000 bbla. at a decline of 6010. Wheat at
$1 46®1 68 for Milwaukee ( No6;81.4101 47 for ted .
Corn steady at Thsl7B. Pork hasty at 12 875113.
lard steady. Mhkky dull.
.4.nvion from Fortress Monroe to the 17th
mention the eight of Wise beyond the 'Wok
*hominy. and the entrance of Gordon's di-
Kent,e Mesita° of our troops, into New
Court House. This place is twenty-tive
idles east of Richmond. The Fortress Mon
roe corespondent of the Philadelphia 10.
faro. writes, on the above date: "In a day
or two, many interesting facts may be chron
icled. It will not do to hint at strategic'
movements at all times, but when they shall
have been completed, the more eager will hear
of deeds of darthg perfOrmed by men who ire
Aortal) , of, the praise and oonfldence of all
Nrwaias,•N. o , ,,advict4 of the 17th con-
Arm the pinion. rumor, of strong Union or
ganizations in the reontain regions of West
ern North Carolina, and the adjoining coun
ties of Rut Tennessee. Thcy are joined bj
deserters from the rebel limy, to whom they
extend preteetton. Gov. Vance has professed
his inability to send troops against them.
Tia Osage Indians recently killed, sealped
and deoapitated a rebel commission of niae
teen persons, including nine oedoors, Who had
gone to Colorado and New Mexico to endeav
or to muster in the Beeession element of those
MR. 41. H. ENGLISH respectfully
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Y he hey hey appotottd sole . foe the sal. of itY•
en it Yak's original Olglif•NT Ali T.I.OOII.BOSIVZ
121 eh. WY They ere lecommindid by lb* 'tritest tones
. anon which we .
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floollarata !Co fe erre Then Co"
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DUTOI 4 2RIS
Penile. • went felt by only food housekeeper.
livery asset wlO kill • quart , where Wes aro thick.
ibuniaber that it le DOTJHKIVIS thst does We,
and n foss the ten tmltetlens that are offered. The
nal artiale 11 foe sale h all respectable brogans.
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Pittsburgh, Palm's. • •- . ,
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stored to health in • f. w daysestter . . undergoing ail th•
nand routine. sad Irregular expensive inodo• o.
dues,without succsaii.Combiers It his eau se
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dratted entalope, he WM Riad
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Nainifacturen of IRON NAILING, IRON VA U LTb
AND VAULT DOOl9B, WINDOW 8/31ITTLUS,
WINDOW GUARDB,A., Nom. 91 Elaiond atreet
Third Amt. between Wood and Idatitet•
HATO 011 hand • variety of nen Pattern
and OS; suitable for aU Purposes. s, taco,
Particular attention paid to enoloaing Grave Lo t
Jobbing done at short notice.
jarprraolA OIL wogs.
Lon", a/Eller 4 co.
Worb Bharysbarg Station, Allegheny yew )
Banned. Moo snd Werehoure, No. AT mem rr
Itani of ILLIIBLINATING and LON
OATING CANNON OILS and DEANOLN.
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litarnilhators all Muds at STEAM ZNOINRB Atib
MILL 0/4.l2ngur, O&STINO
Worm 8, RAILROAD
WORE, R BOMM I AND aludr , nob -
llal - JOB INO AND RIPAIRING .doas on abort
ttsbugh Stew Worts.
JONES B &
Manufacturers of OAST O
STEEL; also, SPRING
PLOW AND A. B. BTNNL, OTISICL BPILIEGo AND
AXLES, corner of 800 and lint greets, PlDobtogh,
J. M. 0.3
ftCCORNIMILL it KERR,.
amnia AND BRAES PLAYERS.
And Maaufactufan of
NADDLICRY AND OA/MIAOW HARDWARE,
No. 7 ST. MILD/ STREET r and
DIHWEINH WAY, near the Bridge,
itarBURRE 4E BARNES,
FIRE-PROOF SALAMANDER SAFE,
BANE VAULT IRON VAULT B&B, AND
BTERL-LINED BUB4LAB-PBOiNP RAPE
utta and ni . TAird Wad, Waves Wood dad
thsithfileidddroo—ficnral 4E4 -
81011rBANK LOOKS actin 0 13 ERR&
. HO.L/1 8 / 3 & 80.118,Dealers
ITTNSDEIGN AND DONESTIO DILLS 01 -
ORANGE, OIDITLITIOATES or DEPOSIT, EASE
NOTES AND Britons, No. S 7 Mark otor.ot. Pit ta.
liiirOollectlone made on al the
throughout the United State.. aprl
8..11411ARK pauLß, er
I I ANDTACTDRES9 sad dtahni La BOOR, PALE T,
OA.P, LETTER AND ALL RINDS W R AP.
itirßato rematedßom No. tl Wood attest 60 No.
33 tmlUttald street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
tarTABR 'OR TRADE IfOR RAGS.
jui COlJ. s.ts;:„
WARRIOR; AND 00MALINHON MERCHANT ant
wholesale Amin' CHEM RIITTEM„ BARDS.
PISH, and Produce genarini, Na. Woo d
P1141=411. Pa. Rol
4 X 0 421Z8 MTH AND EiraWin
(24 and 14 .to. bia,piei Ekbarlyloait Jewah7 Btort,)
raoroa sem% of army. alto sod sty* plain or
-bred, from tho molar thin* do VW* to aoolort
Mr. PIIIINTANOZ would pa Uoalarly call Ms ■t-
teen= Cr the WHO AID corriN to the NKr moose.
telly of tbliostabliehutoot, Meg maid by m em.
es short flea id stein.
liar Pima lionuark axtd matitsetton
BRASS 70/10/ MUM
ANT1 • 7111711 . 8 03111,-
IRON WELL P 111174
1110INII WILL pup
YARD WELL PUMPS.
=ID PUMPS, '
ALEALI PV/PB, •
BAILBOAD 70101 79178,
ENGIIIII 70101 PIMPS,
LIQUID 111 11111 P 17170.
LITT ANL TOWS Mr%
And many quo; PuiiPs nisztuemsit aiming.
Co., BMW% 24414 such pa OuT.DOOK
P tor wiz. and ,viste9l% latch ,C 4l u "
frith aiky klu7 of
- - Alizi- ms -
AlLtileltr: 114,1141 3 ,.110Liti •
=mem& ihtinurAT' and .
CLAIM at omithdoorunwailtootidtry the sob.
goat*: at thi !ate ettiPonolonolNk 0 1 4
di onion Wow PI ANI. • r . CI. 0,21=0
46.15 ... - :
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re°"d• sad •al Velit'astit . -velar
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A Dmlxi 8E1:1A.1.67ra L 4 /1143 -••• - ttio -
ZS. . Ltioieb4 iroperty of Me We 4earge:aliww.
will be sold at Me late resides-0 00 D 15110104407,
la the city of Pittebtugb, ow "TbuillabbV.,-„Aelile
Mt. at lu teeleek ni.f •Boultba'd
and Belding, lillebenOtene Swe illa
Mello Table. /Mabel GIM lle, rw attlia gE.
Tema crib: By enter. of •
~10-esd asoacrwr sums!. Adat
T. -1 0141
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