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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 24.
clop County Ticket
W HAMPT /ode
ON. el Ai Disirgel
• Per Imo/.
JOHN P. OLLS&
'Mt. IWO) H. HINRON.
IT. MM. H. DiNNII 4 TON
T. THOS. J. MEWL✓
Per 01•41 of awls.
INN. A.. HIBBON.
For Owe", Veen..r.
DAVID AMIS. Jo.
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IF J. itIOIUBD
A," Ofewirre qf
JOHN r. DRAW.
The Contempt as witch the Herbals
Bead the Northern Peace lien.
We wish every reader of over paper, who
Ass the misfortune to hate 'Roman a crea
ture for his neighbor, as a professed follower,
of VALLOIDIGHAY, VOOII.IIZU, WOODWASI4
Wins & Co., to put the following mitotic
copied from the Richmond Enquirer' , of
Jute 12, in his hand, and ask him to' read
IL If he is not utterly depraved Mid de
based by long enslavement and grovelling
under the tyranny of his old lilies and
masters, the Southern consßirators, now/
rebels, he will be stung to tie quick ; and
If there is any remnant of manhood l‘ft/
it will rise up in revolt- • 4nd so possibli,
in some asset, repentarthe may com‘„eend
deliverances be trot:Alit. We mtie%this
request, eepecially,..,because we k II that
the readers of alt the so.ealled,"Demottrat
io"—really, pr4levery en So-rebel
3ournsli never got 's ehaneetto see how
their "dear‘iitithren" of. he talk of
them andAVeir leaders, / — / hoir they can talk
so unsyrdisthelloslly of, their sympathisers,
so unfriendly of their Mende, and so little
In 4spirit of peithe Y of northern peace
seheites and petleachemers. We would
hit ' s them info / rmed, also, that it is the
;spect.st 0111 d of their favorite .Preeident,
Mr. 31171111CIR'DRvis, whom they have so
often and'sofustily been cheering of late
at thele/mUtings—it is the home organ of
• the siehfiscressionist and traitor himself—
that/ writes of them, in the manner fol.-
Tem the Richmond Seminar, of Jon. 111
ti TWO suns nation.
In two years, as many persons hope, we
I may possibly nave pesoe7-that is, always
provided we continue to repulse and defeat
' the lauding enemy. The Yankee "De
meorsoy" is certainly rousing itself, and
preparing for a new struggle (at the bal
lot-box) in the great cause of the ..spoils,"
or, as they call it, the cause of Constitu
tional Liberty. Those Democrats are evi.
destly beginning to raise a Peace platform
for their next Presidential election; and if
they have the good look to be helped on and
sustained by more and more serious disas
ters of the Yankee army In the field, there
is no doubt that the pfsent devourers of
the said spoils at Washington may soon be
so discredited and decried that our enemy's
country would be ripe for such peaceful
It is sincerely to be hoped that those
earnest champions of consututionel free
dom-will be helped on and sustained in the
meaner they require—namely, by contin
ued and severe reverses in the field; and it
is the first and most urgent duty of our
countrymen so to help and sustain that
Democratic party. St is nothing to us
which of their factions nay devour their
"spoils' just as little does it signify to us
whether they recover or do not recover that
constitutional liberty which they so wan
tonly threw away in the mad pursuit of
Southern conquett and plunder. But it is
of the utmost importance to us to aid in
stimulating disaffection among Yankees
against their own Government, and in de-
moralizing and disintegrating society in
that God.abandoned country. We can do
this only.in one way—namely,
ing their armies and carrying war to
their own firesides. Then, indeed, consci
entious constitutional principles will hold
sway; peace platterms will look sttrsotivr,
arbitrary arrests ;will become odious, and
habeas corpus beNnoted at a prem ium.
This is the only efay we can help them. In
this sense, and to this exn those Demo
crats are truly our allies, a n d we shall en
deavor to do our duty by them.
But they evidently look „for other and
further help at our hands, and of quite a
different sort. No doubt they are pleased
for the present, with the efficient aid which
the Confidante army is affording them.
Onanoellorville was a God-send to them,
and the tremendous repulse at Port Hudson
le quite a plank in their platform. Yet
they understand very well that no matter
how soundly their armies may behappily
beaten; no matter how completely Lin
coln, present war policy may be condemn
ed by its remits, yet all this will not be
enough to enable the unterrified Democracy
to clutch the "spoils"--or, as they phrase
it, to restore the Constitution of their fa
thers. This, of itself, would never give
, them a Peace Democrat President and Cab
inet • it would only result in pother Abe
lltionLt with a new Sec
retary of War and a new Commander-in-
Chief, and a slightldifferent programme
for " crushing the re bellion." Those Black
Itepublitans are in power . ' after long wait
ing, pining, intriguing in the cold shade of
- the opposition; and they now have the nu
merical, preponderance so decidedly that
they both can and will hold on to the of
fice with a clutch like death. The Demo
erste can do absolutely nothing without
the Elonth,r so they persist in terming
these Confederate States; and they cannot
bring themselves to edbrit the thought that
we would refuse to; unite with them (as
able I we used to do) in a grand Universal
Presideutial campaign,' for a Deniboratio
President, with a Pesos platform, aid the
"Constitution as it is." In [sot this whole
two yews' war, and the two years' more war
which her yet to be gone through, is it
self, in their oyes, only a Presidential
campaign, only somewhat more vivacious
• than ordinary.,.. > This explains the Vallandigliam Peace
Meetings in New York and New Jersey ;
and the," manly declinations" of Mr. flo
ral* Seymour and other patriots. "Do not
let ne forget," says Fernando Wood, writ•
bag to the Philadelphia meeting, " that
those wands rpetrate such outrages as the
arrest and banishment of Mr. Vallandig
• ham, do so as necessary war mesaures.
Let us, therefore, strike at the cause, and
declare for posse and against the war."
This would sound very well if the said
. deolaring for peace" could have any effect
Weitstaver in bringing about peace. If a
Vial falling from a tower could arrest his
fall by declaring against it, then the de
slarstious of Democrats against the war
might be of some avaiL As it is, they re
semble that emphatic pronouncement of
Mr. Washington Hunt: "Let it be pin
claimed upon the housetops, that no citizen
et New I ork shalt be arrested without pro
cess of law." There is no use in bawling
from the housetops what sverbody know i to
be nonsense. Or this resolution of the New
Huelva, Tnst in thie illegal solemn! and
banishment of the Hon. C. L. Valliadig
- ,bare,,he laws of our country bay& been
.outrepd. the name of the United . ; States
disgratelk sod the rights of every citizen
• thenseed, end that Ills new the duty of a
law rsepectiag people to daunt of the Ad
thinittration that it et. oneeand totem
- 4ist from such eke* 41 dappt.iso ad °Om de ,
%Wilk tuna? Tle.'l4othig dist Mr.
Sterns saw In the nags, said only "I can't
get out." It would have been moil! "mad-
ly" to eaream, "I demand to get out—l pro-1
claim on the housetops that 1 evil/ get out.V.
-- Another of the - New Jersey resolutions
throws an instructive light upon this whole 1
movement, and its objects: •
Resolved, That we renew our deolaration
of attachment to the Union, pledging to its
friends, wherever found, our, unwavering)
support, and to its enemies, in whatever
guise, our undying hostility, and that, Gila
willing, we will stand by the Constitution I
and laws of our country, and under their
sacred shield will maintain and defend our
liberty and rights, "peaceably if ire can
forcibly if we must," (Great cheering.]
This phrase, "wherever found," implies
that there are friends of the gizmo in this
Confederacy, and the resolution obligingly
pledges to them the eupport i of the New Jer
sey Demooeady—not surely without an
equivalent tauten. /
•To the same' meeting Fits John Por
ter writes a letter, deo ring, of course, for
the Conititution and/resistance to despot
ism, and ends' -
oa ending t i ......
"The contest of / Silas, however, wilt not
beiequired; the/certain and peaceful rent
edy wilt be foetid in the bllot-bex. Let us
*it possess our r eofils in patience. The rem
'tidy is orirs."/ /
Gen. Fite'Joian knows well that the rem
edy is nol theirs, unless "the South" con
sent trairow its vote into that same ballot
box • d.it is for this, and this only, that
hook is baited with "Peace."
But/Dijii speech of Senator Wall, of New
Jape); before a Democratic club of Philo,
daplita, (which we find printed in the &n
-/hail), is a passage more fully expounding
the Democratic plan than any other we have
liken. He says:
"Subjugation or annihilation being alike
impossible, I am in favor of an immediate
cessation of hostilities,. for an armistice
that'mid the lull of the strife the heat of
passion shall have time to 0001, and the
calm, majestic voice of reason can be heard.
In the midst of such a calm, I am for en
deavoring to learn from those in arms
against us what their demands may be, and
inviting their co-operation in the name of
a common Christianity, in the name of a
common humanity, to some plan of recon
ciliation or reconstruction by which the
sections may unite upon a more stable ba
sis—a plan in which the questions upon
which we have differed so long may be har
moniously adjusted; and each section, by
virtue of the greatness developed in this
war, may profit by the experience. If it
shall be found that sectional opinions and
prejudices are too obstinate, and the exas
perations of this war have burnt too deep
to settle it upon the basis of reconciliation
or reconstruction, then I know that separa
tion and reconstruction are inevitable."
Here is the whole plan: an armistice,
and then "inviting our co-operation." Dar
ing thatarmistice they hope that the "calm,
majestic voice of reason' and a "common
Chrtstianity " might do something consid
erable. The game, as they calculate, would
then be en the board, with stakes so tempt
ing l Mr. Wall would endeavor "to learn
from us what our demands are."
Anything in reason he would be prepared
to greet us; but if we replied, our demands
are, that you bring away your troops trees
every inch of our soil, that you leave the
Border States free to decide on their own
destiny, that you evacuate all our forts and
towns which you now hold, and make us
rid of you and the whole breed of you for
ever, then Mr. Wall would exclaim, What!
do you call that the calm, majestic voice of
reason? Is that your common Chrintianitrt
He would say, &ten I spoke of the calm,
majestic, ii - c , I meant the spoils; when I said
a oommou Christianity, I meant money. Let
us talk rationally—how much common
I Christianity will you take?
I In vain is a net spread in the sight of
any bird. We are aware of them; and we
will watch them well, and the friends dl
the Union, "wheresoever found." Our
views go a tittle further than theirs—we hope
to so disorganise and disintegrate society ut
their country that they:vat. rush into armed
rceolution and anarchy. We spit upon their
ballot box. We oars not what they "de
mand" in resolutions, nor what helpless
trash they proclaim on the housetops. We
do not believe in their power to attain so
much as an armistice for two years to come.
If an armistice, indeed, were offered, and
the invading troops were withdrawn, of
course we should not object to it, and good
use could be made of it.
But, mark well, ye armistice mongers!
During that suspension of hostilities all
negotiations must be between ‘ Government
and Government. Our lines should be
more strictly guarded than ever. No ne
gotiations or fraternization of parties by
public meetings or private conferences; no
.bargaining with the calm voice of reason; no
secret pocketuay of Watts "Common Christi
Bat armistice there will be none, and we
are glad of it. Oar sovereign independ
ence is already won and . paid for with
treasures of brave blood. It shall not be
mid by peddlers to be baits into a Yankee Oat-
A False Report Contradicted.
Two or three days ago the New York
Herald published the following paragraph:
The Harrisburg(Pennsylvania) Tekpraph
has been suppressed by military authority.
It was an abolition conoarn.
This veracious statement had just this
foundation—that the Telegraph, which is
an unquestionably loyal and patriotic pa
per, suspended publication last week, for a
day or two only, owing to the faot that its
compositors, who were all returned nine
months' men, enlisted to drive back the
rebels from their State, and the paper could
not be published till other compositors
could be found to take their places tempo
rarily. This most honorable and praise
worthy proceeding gave the Herald, or
some copperhead correspondent who fabri
cated the story for its columns, an opportu
nity to trot out the old, but now worn out,
waraterse of other days—uabolltion." Bat
whether as war-horse or war-cry, it will
never do "the party" any kind of service
for ever more.
Cause and Effect:
Mr. Claiborne F. Jackson, the last elected
Governor of Itiseouri, who was chosen as a
Douglas Democrat, but who became a Jeff.
Davis traitor and died a fugitive and exile
from the State which, had he remained
loyal, be would have continued to govern,
in a Disunion manifesto at the outset of the
rebellion, thus elucidated the philosophy of
"The destiny of the. Blaveholdiag States
is one and the same. So long as a State
continues to maintain Slavery within her
limits, it is Impossible to wants her fate
from that of her dater States who have the
same Social Organisation."
—We wish our "conservative" friends
who are trying to uphold at once the Union
and Slavery would ponder the above words.
The whole philosphy of the rebellion and of
emancipation as its radical cure is enfolded
in those words. —N. Y. Tribune.
ASCOBISUOP 110011,E 8 oa THZ PZACE QUIS
-11021.-111 the couse . of hie sermon at use
dedication of St. Teresa's Church, New
York, on Sunday last, Archbishop Hughes
said that one party can make war, but it
requires two to make peace, and that, at
present, there seems to be but one side dis
posed to make peace. He, therefore, perti
nently asked, What prospect is there of.
peace? It might be well for the Pleurtrps
meoracy to consider this point, and : , barter
the Archbishop—if they can.
Talmo' or Maarkaanzaa...—On account
of the Government's .orgaciaatlon of •
hoick= corps: $t the Washington Navy
Yard for the detains .at lhs. aft& n • Rumba
at Nada= iron Marillaid ba left the
A. latter from Capt. D C. Irish, of the Itdr
teenth Begaiste, dated Vialtebayg, Juno 13th,
V/stre progreseing favorably, though
_slowly. We have got Vicksburg ea closely
uriowoded that nothing larger 'halt a rabbit
ciuld get through our lines. We are pro
,greasing with cur slips and mines, so that we
will scoo be able to blow np the who'll rebel
rs We would rather meet Joe Johnston in
our rear, with his one hundred thousand rebels,
than attempt to storm views works in cur
front, with only twenty thousand men behind
them. It is the opinion In the army that if
Johnston orosies the Big Black River, Gen.
Grant will never let him get book again.
Some hilesissipPlans, who deserted pester
day, say that it to not possible for Pemba
ton's forces to hold out more than ten dap
longer. They state that they are in a starv
We hope and believe that Gen. Grant will
yet crown this eventful oampaign, in which
we have marched two hunored miles end
fought Ave suocessfal battles, with the cap
ture of Vicksburg,"
IWSHCOND Q. P. CUURCEL, Ersru
',Exatal.—OurTastcr, PL T•
L. hat returned home, and will be piton% at the
p Meeting Tall EVENING, and will pteach
Blear 161.11BaTEI at the tette home vie: 1034
o'clock a. m. are D &Octet D. tr. 1 2.4 It
U 17.0 1 11 01P MINUS% 'I ZWISPOSTAS IOII
Pittsburgh, liar 29th, 1t6.1. j
a . .NOTICIL 18 lIERABY lIIVE.N 20
the Ifinbeeribers to ibe Mock of the Went
ern Trastepartation Ormpany that oo aseseelnent of
rivz Dusl.faitfl ($5 tiO) PEA BHA LIZ has been
levied upon the etook eubscribed, payable et the office
of the ffreaturer, at Pittsburgh. on or Wore the
12th day of Jane, 1E63, sad • like arntriot every
thirty days ihereaner lentil otherwise notified
By order of the B ' oard
1.1:3 vs n. LlYLflOWlittfl.. r eareterv.
01.11,1f1.41111 d l'lrtillioll,oll Iltti.aoso Co..
ClevelstM. M VA b. 18t3.
SI'FOIAL MisETINO OF 'f LIE
urY STOrfESOLDItIifi of this ComoooY da tss
held at Its °Mao to
t,e, W R PADA 1, the
Ist day of July nes .0 ltf o'clock m fetid day,
to take luto couslaerattou the people', lucre..
lufg the eafttal Stock of the Cbmpany to .
IllatlCleUt to allow ..f the ocuserstott of Its Btoft Imo
Bootle The trtaider BMA. will be closed from June
toth to July 2d i C.atlOO.W
oNOTltal—The Subscription Books
of .1t• Oooper Var. Amos emournatcrial
Oomptoy gill condom open at the 001ov of J. YL
00... ems A 00., ELIA Wont, fifth carrot, until far.
thet notice sp2l:o
MILE IdERCANTILE LIChN: 4 ,ES for
A. thi Cll7 of Pbureh Fre dz., atte hove
pod on or betas the let of intr. et the City Tres.-
streen °Moe, to older to • v.* betug plated th
ehlermao for et/Heaton.
Jame S 3 ,fft.
WO . LiVEKPOuL, (Lowago AT lAL•
11.1'1.1. SAME/ Lnots Is.)-.T.0 flue B•ltab
hip PStanokliktZ, iosAng at Won Ca
Wharf. w 1 I sail WI% Jct. , bay freight empiro
by Ibis Y. 'I from I I ..t.orao TAIL u• for•arded s
of ctrOin • Ito, • If tousigned I> fr.endln
Livery:o4 Ilberut sia.no • m•in.
Vox . f •Ight .app., Co tor undae.neti.
t•uitto. A. BEARS,
68 4onih Guy • t.. Baltimore, Bld.
k atnilik e l 1 NUKtINI I
haring seise bvid • en CO , a' o.
Which tve best meta. d ns vs.
A starlit dol. 1,5 a..• ems. as he. total...
The oothses but stoat .oa'd save ens Dorsteiea.
A mateces is said, tovush the last was wail syolte,
'laros b leer by 111 r to cefeed it wish oak
chaatia. whet Stan hat!, thesis tosetnar.
try what yeti pietas there's is ithini like
While • MT5.13 listaava" Id ZUHAST capitl,
Jost usyon pi a , e,
'Tie clear as a BIM beam. sera 41 nothing bike
Which bas been aipirivd oy the ton with sostal
term stbl It metre, tJ aappliad at low rates by
1 .1 F. .111 a
I\l 1.). 33 tine tsr. Vott
'rte.-story Brick Honest the corner of Second
.nd Qrwt etre.. •0 offshoot to a , iun 'ur nosiness
5 room. on 0:01 door, 6 rota" on ~coed lint, good
oci•rs, gm 'aid on otontd Olrett.
1.0 prig• s d lams op 4.7 to
n. tier n nista• MINS, 51. 141.krt et.
tin s7oo.—s smelt imelling house
and Int of Aro fad, 1 1 14. 68 Ann
18 trot front by b 6 p; rooms U.
co lor, by tr•st oto. A bpll 10
j rA ,01111 • r ,, A. Al Marko* Cl.
F ft icnh C.
LAKGE ROCK CZLIAII,
Eultablir for storlarg Oarbou
Pa G 111.141.4 111 TICS,
,JUT. 24, bB6l
00 TONti ii&Y
oaled Proposals KW le r calved .t sta. ofsce until
12 m , lbw noon U• 2 big. 1866, for (amis . :
log sof d,ll%ery Plttsberpb, Pa" Obi IL U
Datil TJN I of GO •r) IllibeaatsTAlMS
lo b. a sal booed weigning &Wt.t two hundred and
Ally pounds mob, as follows:
25 tons cn or tef re tea 7116 day of July, 1863.
25 tom on or re tbelf , clo nay of Jog, lee.
2. tons on or before Um V.:2 day of Jot 7. 1561
26 sous on or be:or I 11 , 13 3016 day of July, 1863.
krop 'rats na.t be no kr ..lorcpcsals for 10) tons
of Paled tiay," and odor. serf to 0.1. 0 0110155.
Dtpnty Qoartarmastar w al, 0. 7. Army, Pair
_ . Onersene
The ability of the bidder to fill the contrect,should
it be awarded to him, mutt be gusrentemi In two
ninomibie ',aeons. whom signatures meet be ep•
',ended to the mutrar.tes.
The ninossibisin os the gustantors mum le none
the olden' tertificate of ne Clore cif the merest
Distant Donn or of the United Siam Distrlet At
Blttde s most be preen. in pence when the bid.
are opined, or teed" reponse will not be Cleateland.
Deo& equal to moues to hell the sum to to se.
mimed on toe contract, stood by the o m traotor and
bole of his guarantors, nil ne regtined ef the nand
ceseshll bidder njo.n stoning the moult. lee tee
bead most somunoeue the ccetrast, it will be nem.
*My for the Midge to have their bondsmen with
them, or to have Lunde stgLec In sv.tielpeti n, and
read to be prod Orel when tees ontract ts signed.
Pons of Cieennete.
Ma, of tee county of and Mate of --,
and of the county of and State of --, do
hereby griarantee that —ie e we to faith a ml.
tract Is eceordance with the terms of We proposition,
and that. &bora hie proposition be accepted, bevels]
at ones enter into a contract to warden. there
pith. Ithoeld MO nuns= awardool him we are
ropond to tocomo his mestr b it e
To this "num teie mutt be appended the edictal
ornsficase ab me mentl.ned.
Proposals from isliwojel puttee will net be comid•
ern. ant an oath of atheism sill be regairn of
encases el bidder. before Organ' f oatrects.
Sea stud/malted reserve. to Mullett the right to
reject soy or a t utits that he may deem too lugh.
Payment tor be mwds upon the completion ef the
rientran, or e c mom thtreelser as the uodenignei
nail he a find.. ii. 011.0io,
joaf 34 11_.±_________ ---eat. Clot. and D. QK. uenesn.
~A`~WLLLaTnB k BAILK,
ilaaaMiaaagera sad &alai i. 2 all kind.
TOB&000, IntlITT AND BULBS
So. OS WOOS EMBWIT, rrrnimaa; PA.
.I t E i ro a•va , b•ud • wry Tarkti:::dir
69 BUILDING LW 8 F It A ALB
1 . 404 IS THE Trite L
TIL vver MONET IN
By order of tile Orr.koir CAM, there
sale oo the prosaism, of 'ell X • Y•to jr.
WTS. 'HAMA Oil am
of island Lane sod tho
New lirlehton roal, In the domain of Morobeetar,
oo fbe Altairketry City line,
70. DAY, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Theo lot* Mime to the sesta of H. U. Ford. do.
loaded, and ero admirably caloolated for billdl g
wpm's. ideolianies and °ikon mbabini to proof:me
• elm for • Woman& home troold do well to attend.
A plan of UN lots mop be sae* at the office of Dr.
J Galatber, 112 linclibfield Crest, and on the
TWA D inoa—azdakolf rash. whon ode le
co:imed,he lA, IP in Ona 701 X thosaafter. to
t emocrad Dl bond and mortpae.
RILIIIMBII II . 1
8081 AND 110UATAIN Tit CANDI
rim be obtained at the I lee hple Cse.:7 Store,
the Dew .1 6. kbt. 1144144, 4 Ilaigh •ey fit r
ME.110614 blUcleMi LtraszA 1
oast abano anon, owe. Palo. In I. Book
o,res muss.. ,tralni, Bums. flirh Onto,
or %V °mill DI SDI lind.
lor saw at 00 n. EMILIA'S OZISABAL DBOO
MSS. oar. ~hko and Wilma
(Judi kid Oati&Tici MstttrlsClA ie
prodactiva of tb. Wit molts In 1!1!ok Ilesdaoht,
tt mt.@ of tko Otomach, boartbonf, and all cam•
pl.tota arfalaig tom •oiol y.
for oafs at d a°. A. K ELL 'S (ANTRAL DBCIO
81081 C , corner Oblo and WAS
. 14,1,ULL1 ALENNISi.-1:11 , mr &
14 Wolf Belinet. for voskieff in • taw misfit S.
d•io oft* demons, past received and for We 51 (.CO.
k. KELLYS Ottader. rauu 51011.11., oor. Obis
and P.deviii .rreeo• 1•29
OULU /BMA 11113U0
bla aril clan Rem will be ma Su the neer
ilia el swat on Jim, VAL
itelicir 7. Ir. OLIII. Prbefklier.
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A DINItiTRATOR'S SALE or REAL
A. Law, tova• of an °Aire of tit. Or- .
p .30 tirmet of Alterbiry musty. 1 will <irate to
;labile's.% by yesdoe er ocir:y, AT /lir, rOCIIT
'4°Tielee .h6T• Cite of Pit.eburgli, Clor .131:111/-
DAT. VIII lel PAT OP JULY, a- D. 106 et 10
frOtAiCK A. , the follcwlrg dercalbed teal *stet*,
late tiro property if CHtitLZi & BIOS, deresed.
ea: All that earwig Owe of ground dictate in Pod
townthip ['Sty Dtetri. h . ] WORDY ran.l7 e
ele and deeatbed es follow.: Beginning co tbe
of hood no• or late of John Wright, en • corner al
leluia?, townsitty, nevi ; Memos lifortlt.l3ll4°,
meaty-tour 67 100 Lit 07.1003 ?etches to the middle
of Prato's, stmt. to load now or late of b Wylie ;
thence Booth 14 degree. minutee, not 'ln. bee.'
deed and ntutty.elght 400 (10.04t03 perches to a
, treat.: theca, broth 61y, &give, W o w, twenty.Wx
10 ICOLtd 10 10 - 1 perches] to land now or tat+ f John
ee fight: theoc• Sorth notin degrees, Wed oee hue.
drat rod ninety-eight 1340 I,gs perch.', to
the place of be/tinning. cootelnhog tine* L 3 acre
batty eight 6.10 [4l 6 perches, beton %be same
property which •as by ;Led dated Auguet 0 th,1663.
Deed seek volume ICS, pip lON.ro•TeT•
•d to tbe said Charle. Be& by !Abort M. Wright
7he iteprameentsconetst of & YUMMY DWELL.
IBM HO nl. two statics end • half high, contais
ing TEO *0055 1151801 D IN ood order. with
be TM?. • go - d mils'. end all to g
'HMV" LeSOM O,STEBNY--core of opting water ;
also, A GOOD BASS &WWI:, PICAOti AND
OEICIIIIT TH.MMX; • good A rden, end • hose quan
tity cf ODUISANT,4IOO,IiOIIBII,T, 16A5P8 WHEY,
Ort&Pli, nod other prise plants. Tee loostion le
T , and bet IBS 111115111TW W eta
If 0011 HM autilmiriLLEPlBl3ll/401/1. BAIL-
W hy STATION.
Also all that meals other lot or tdoett of around
dine sin the Sixth Ward of the Otty of Pittsburgh.
conoty sforeasid bo:ned .rd detcribed es folows,
.tree*; teetoe Wong
. 13 . ginning at tbe distante of fortpttirte [ift)
tom th. watt corner of Wide alley end Logan
and six V) hochee. thence at eght angle. been to the
114unit:tett. twenty-eix [lB] feet
d: tab it witty-eight I.M] t thews at right sonlm
Wide Orly twenty six [463 -feet ard ele [el
Mate.; then eat right angles Orrea•elfibt PS] ..;
to Lanett Went, Iho 04;00 bationing ; being t
o' the neme lot etach the ea Charles A. Beak Lair.
°bested of Abel flutings, by articles of ointment
dated Bept.aber let. 115'.
Teams or Be.l—Tbe whole of the pm : chase none?
to be odd on the delleery of the des direor one-t
of the cloches. money to be peld on delt•et7
ual ennuel pa of
the ded, and the belance In two eq
meets from the dote of the rot d motion of the We.
• Itti I;tteren plyable onnually, to be ixoted by
Bond and Hot tgege on the sweetie. sold. at thesis c•
Won of the putottamr, with 1•1015 to leen I gird facial
icellt.iih on Innate top principal and listens& le
toll at the stipulated time.
ALMS. W. BOOK.
Adudolatrater of 0. A. Deck, deo,ased.
N l k Vittt KNUIVV.NI VAIL I
iIIOILTIC MAMMY CBIINiTIYE
DYSENTERY, PISRICHER, FLUE, CHOLERA
3101 BUS MID 11011DILD: COXPLAIST
The Itomilmo oo'. Until to the merit. et Ms
It has al
to the q•tem.
giant and harneleta to the Infant, and povreth
lb. Oat% care.
To the rdller, enpecislly, It Is Invi
pr-priptaly tensed by diem, In many cortlflant4a,
-.Mother. Sod It roportor to any ao Atilt:to gray for
obtliron tootbtag. ood from the lajorlous effects of
h A BOUM& ens trot to tbo manor by removing
So .1 by r epectoble dealer■ everywhere.
Or Pr m, 25 0E578 A BOTTLX
!nal' 141)•rsl•••TILIA • tire
Pict @bores. Pa , June t 2,1, 1863.
1.0,000 BU3kOiLS OM O&M.
Pea ed Propo•als .111 be received at this office until
19 o'clock m., the thetn D a T t , 7 JONZ, 1860, for the
fornfahing and de:leery at Pittelurg_h, Pa , on or ba
t ,re the 13,91 day of Jaiy, 1993. of TEN TtIOOB , LN
tl CBBZLI OP GOD. OLEAN, 80019 D O k i
stro-g Nark.. welt sewed a?, and to weigh g•faro
poutthet to the Imakei.
Pr.pos eta moat ba narked ”Propositha for 10,000
bn.hela of Oath.. end addressai to Lt. OaL tl. Oarota
SIM Qtialteraleerer General, U. B. Army. Pitts
The ability or the basest t 3 fulfill De contract,
Mould it le awarded to bite, mast be guarante by
leo renewal* prows,. whom signatures must t ay •
louden is the pais ,tea.
The rem y of the guarantors menthe shown
by tot 0fti.3.1 C Uncut. of toe Omit of the stunt
Dbtrict Court, or the United States District Astor.
soy. Bidders mast be present la peleon when the
bee aro opeatd. or the'r propmale will not be son •
dieted. Bind aqua' I &none% to hair the sum to be
received t tb• contraoi, dined b the contractor
and both of hi. guarantors w be y
required of the
mieweial bidder. upon elgning the contract. Le the
bond mast someepsny the contract, it will be name.
mry to the bidders to have their bondmiten with
them, or to bats bonds signed In - outicipation sad
reedy to be prodded when lb* contract Is sign ed.
Pees of Goooroodos.
Ws, —, of the county of —, end UW*ol—,
and act the codnty of and State of do
hereby guarantee that t..ble to Wad a =i
tems in aooordanos with the acme of boa pooped.
Lion, .red that, allied his 'depletion be nonented,
he will at one enter tato e maimed to amoidance
therewith. Ibordd the centime be 'awarded taut • e
are prepared to become hie maarittes.
To tats gemnate, must be appended the cadet
ow CUMIN .Core mentioned.
Proceeds art m diel3yal patties will not be condi].
end, earl an oath of aliegianoe will be requited of
ant annul bidders before ebpilog contract.
undusigned reflect to abased ohs right to
relied say or ell bide that he may deem too high.
oo P nt a a m cte.n t t
r • t
bmee mne ther ea fter h
l u e n tio e o ign th ed
shall lee to tends. 0. ono's,
10934 Vent. Col. sod D. Q y Gosersl.
230 Pwnnl•aol• Ar•n•e.
pkA AN ; au Yr LAnsT
B/11201119 I—Jost publiand, In Zn•
wirl , pc 'Prim iii cents. A Lotion on the Bit.
2811, Till•TallNT AND RADICA L, BUBB al
I " S" HT W ,
k in p t :g ehm t 7o
M a' am* pnw z
enr: l florwwwwfwl.Ckmannption . My •
and - nu; amt.* mad Phynical loos=
[ Distatiog fans Wit-Abswo. Lo. By flobt.
wal, IL D., Mahar of tho Gross Boob, •
Boon to Mumma of Rods r.."
Bost nada sea,
In • plan enwlopt. to any oillfewti pas ließly nu r'w
nap' of lan man, of two wasp stamps, by T. OIL
J. U. 1 Llii, IV Bowery, New Took. Pont OM=
800 4614 tob•lasodawla
Vas i &dim' favor!
Dann QIIASTIMMIJI2III orgies, t
Lotnerrui,ll oo ., 3nae lill ISO. i
BALED PROPubIALS win be receiv-
S - ed entd 11 m. CO JUNE 30ra, fuer farahhlng
um following enpplea, "blot must be delivered t
Lounrel ls, by ,tn a of charge kw paekegee or getgh
and ready for sh'pro . nt.
Nene out loyal peril's Deed apply, and the oath of
seance presort. bed I y Coop" el will be required
a m t : of oment bidden
WO (ere hundred) Camber , Belts, 5046; .•
KO Bee misdeed) " .. Sa!!; . •
000 (to. latentrod " " 2%25. lft,
b,„, r .,......, . . ~.,.:
6001•• hued ed " " 4s 3 t s"
630 Ire bailers
I,IXO (Spleen buttatel) ornate Minch )roil;
1,100 Own thousand) butes Sae " " 0
3.06 9 antwes oboossao) M . . .
6,090 (Cr. tbousaud) " 3-16 "
7,000 oaten th uwand .. .4 •• 0
7,10 t (low thousand " 74e it " 0
1,01:9 ,wersa thousend " 3 4
3,000 (Ouse themend " D.")
7,111.1 paean Ikon ano "
.4,040 Veer thavalaad) " •4 . . 0
1,000 lowa thousand," . .
2,000 (two the:man ) "; . 1 " •
8,000 two thon
M eend) 0. 1 " " "
6,13%) (sixonsead) " by 1)4
4,919 (tour theeesno) 0 ay 1
4,0(0 (kur tboarano) , 0 knob square °
9,000 (too thoesead) .• $ 0 o /111
11,01111 two: eaussr, " "
6,00 , sir :boomed . 4 " "
6,9-0 (s: tbowand " t " " .
3, 1 90 two tboasa: ) . I§laah 0 07 "
4.900 lour thcontsa3 . 1
9,000 l a ic Meowed " al% "
60/ bar thongs ) to et
Coat lour tnonsw , d) " :I
. our aboutand) " 4. 0 .
6.00 0 ttlx. thousandl " 14M ". "
61100 We thousand ' tM " . "
0.000 dz. teoutand . •
4MO our aharsolo) " " "
3,000 (knee tbrasand) 11
2,600 two tbosuand)
2,000 two amused) '• ell .. .
74000 Iwo thawed " 1 1 4, . . "
2.000 two thnisand . , 1 ' 1 . "
11,(90 two thousand 0 a " "
2 000 two thousand " si•i al .• 0 0
3,000 three thousand) 0 41% u 0 0
6,000 lex thonesed) " ei. .. o ..
40 onty beadle. le inch 110. p Iron;
40 (forts ) 0 ,Si 1011 SI
(one hundred) bundles 1 Web }loop Iron;
1,000 one thomand) tarsilig Inchßprtog Ittoto1;
60 alztylbars s%h)/ moh
CO alm % s 0 %a . , 0 0
1,06. oce I Duane) pomade $74 inch Cart "
000 toe haudred) hens Mule ants gem;
160 one hundred sad Ills) togs Hone Sloe Halley
3,000 dues thousand) lip Herm Shoes;
9,000 (two tbomand) Wee
I,OOD Om thouseind) Worn Pepe Boss, 1,4311 in.,
11 In. long;
100 (four hundred) Ambulance Pipe Boise, I%x
. 1% 10)4 In. long;
10,000 (twenty thomand) Wind Witold (Army Weisel)
6,000 (five Mouaand) flout 16 hot (barmy Wagon)
600 ( fight hundred! Army Wagon Subic
1,610 (theme hundred) Mad Wheel (Ltabehmee)
600 (lee Imadred) front Wked (AmtmliM 3 o
All bids to be Warmed, alehtg rod °floe aeldress,
to i tt i l Army4undemlgaed. W. J1H111398, ,
AN• .6 V Nlie.— _---
elle aCITICUMIN 111.1/XIDT TO%
d.llj reports of aetco's'aLng MUM
l , rlll OM any otbar noway,
lowa, and Imparting tone and stsangth
The Idoldiere' Friend.
TWAILID 01LT ST
WM. F. DAVIDSON,
!mason lissanen dimmest . . orrim,
Weshoist= It 0 , ■ lday Mt, M J
ALL MEN WHO DENIHIG TO JOIN
any paticalar Regiment of Cavalry now in tba
UM. are hemby authorized to vomit toemaelms at
any dm during the oast thirty days to the Board
of llareismat ta tbeir relipectivs Districts. TM
Board shall examine them, sad deternibm not oar
amen I', the service, sad if toned to be et, Me Pr,
sod Marshal of the District MAD give them trans
ticket. to the general rendezvous, at tie
= 1" carters of the A. Provost Marshal Owed
of the Stat.. As mo m es they pressut thsmosives I;
this general mammon they aball be dolt ulostat en
by a mustesing and dUbarsing tear, sad sold by
BIM lb* Downy alkowita by law.
JAM= B. TRY,
siyitlids Prirdit Maraud General.
UMPITMAL DMA* erlolifis
6lgo <tad Adana Btreds, 4th7havy
OEO. A. HELL T, Proprietor
BPLIIILANG &OD& WATEI_I,
PATMIT EMDIOIXICS, 443
Pbpdctaus precorip , lam socurctoly compound
lOUTII WLSH. add
Mt old Was ; and artlolsi otrh so BUIPIRIVId I e
DIETZ to at oomdtdog lido Yoif their forma priced.
flamer Tosith end Smithfield etteeta.
TO -kilisavrtuitas ussiasaiti—the
undmiime w‘ide respectfully loath, the at.
teaks' ot ell l'utnltant Nolen to 'hie PterghT
SPRING BED, width Is universal kilswn hs
the sdastdard Epring Bed in the utarket. 'they teak.
as excellent bed.—ate cheap, heat and &Rabbi. Mao.
at, ador sod tor sae by lafal 713411.L8,
bs ca ed
.. .n. Itairemo Block. Watch. lima
NGLISH SAUCES AND KETCHUP.
a Perdue WM:l4ol s 'dr* In phda and
bad pinta, Aryan,' elatsna. Jobs Bull, Sealing Han.
okT, London Olab, Lambarlant and Boyd Tat&
Pawn, Walnut, Ilaalar..oak and Tamale lialobnpa,
la gala wbo:aaala and titan by
manor Marty and'Efama arras.
POTATOES... --A few MHO of the ume
klod to who
Icor load oerooth MAIM to *WM
1 oar load Nino. Alberni , la bbls.;
Direct from Lentpot Talky, IT T.. and t 411 or ads bi
jolt K. 011.1 0, 00.
rivilgtioAL Ut.ollllsls tDttrA •
lb. my Wringer dint ts wtrnuttird to id,. US,
I.hottoi. sod tomato thorn to tors poroluotag
combos'. Ice sal• by
Ws, and 4J.•H. Pa ILLIPS,
jlm 11 St. Mit .t.'.t,
i LSI DLA --- =BiV mil ULU I 11 ietti,--tisph
.1 Estelecks, Pillows, 0004 01 .• 11 1=s. Mina%
Banish BilllP. (torrrol • , yoga/ at
Wait ardelo Is Us at • latI• iqtalD•pe•
SI eel t• St. egi , _ ' ,-
J. a i: 'loam
ALUMINA *MAO. St. LOUIS, MO.
Yu la. IS= SAO
11 ° L
Butts manta ths Ague, for the sale of the
ElMPhil MAY. Ward near
Me the attention of abut and Steel llanufacturem
to the analysts given aloes, ris reported by Profs.
A. A. Hays, of Boston, and J.O. tooth, ofPhiladel
phia, which. tamest= with the tun Of actual expert.
sop by inanubMarme In Pittsburgh. Ointitineti
sad to. Lords. determine, it to be the prireet and
irdiet valuable Cday now known. whether Ircrelgn Or
American. Pots made from It have stood in the
Glen Meade tom 134 top month..
the Analyst Is of the Clay Is gams how the
mine, witooat any washing or preparatba what.
ever. It pommies rut sdliNftel/Min and plasticity
qoalitisa. which ere sot down by the Away*, and
whieh admit of the admixture of • lug, proportbso
of shill or burned clay.
I am now prepared to 111 mdas for the Shave
play, to be snipped from St Lords or delivered ham
as 121 gioaIsiD.OTEXIIT
INFANTRY, ARTILLERY AND
OAVALIII T14.02/011, at
♦O 111141TAIIN BOOM, AS
The BOLDIRRIP OARIP COMPLWIO I I LNG
WRITING DWI. M
STATIONTAT POITI O LI O B D roma
MK ST &EDS. si
H II N T'S.
inners 6T&TION11112 Powriotaoe;caly se
noteSOLDIZar WORK BOl lts & Ilarri ll7
H II N T'S
raoroutArs •Lsuus. aim% oyis, col
itis* wad prior, etth daor, from 6 0 mots 141 1
tho ohoopot ma boot to Ma city, at
II II N T'S.
wawa DOOM t'D•LLOD • A
LIMN. far July, us
HD N TB.
BTATIONZST. .11 kind., at
Kamm Niacin:A aria.
pkitrl Bair • 0 SL*UlltS.
Istpst, bat sad °Mips% socetliAZi la tbe edgy. at
Opposite the Poet Othee
auo, tar.. sevpair at
00113.1101 r 1101.1111116,
JOll3 W. PIT1'0137:11.
Book, Itstkaery and am Depot, °warns lbw Post
CLELPIII'S, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Ms.
84 DWI USRNANIBI;
TAID WWII BLACK IMO;
°ALUM" f 10a. 85888:
IMIGHAWS, au Fk.BB
NEW OA.RPET iSTORE
MOM DIM GOODS, and
CM? ANDUOTION IX Pito2l
IIeIARLAND, COLLINS & CO.,
'IL AND 78 117111 STEM
Detrion dis Pot Me sal Diestaill Milloilag.
W• hare pat noshed our Woke volobamd fit
a eat reduttiou from prior of last hots& SOS.
proing moot estmelve sod • pleb seuertment
atm ameorlpfas of goods Isk our Use, "'Wit we oar
for sole at • melt nace
we more 001 l Otte et flout TIDE TO
TWallatl4lVll 0131 L ilt dui OIWO
geOdll Ole now sailing for la it Tort sad Pliflodet•
• • gloom
, jUbT (MANN%
patetsses was to ths PIMA &maim el the
Lute= Markets, ROM rocolvlag th• wrest psi.
ursi m suceasui sad INOBAINII, and on odds
to offer • aompist. matottmont all A
Carpets, Hoer Oil Clothe, 'Win& ke,
With• rum Urge atop** t$ prim.
OLIVER rognoci og co.,
la ma *Os mai • glebe quality.
OLIVER X'OL' TOOL & CO..
in) • ••• • r JUN 110 :
I ' d • •Aliratatia
*got gook r ll4lllOOlllll Niko ilid4
WM= 11111BONS a mimes.
visor a ,paas•a
OA 880111 ItATI4
Lot s wry abisP nu. 01
L iszNs•NDKxs oatzrs.
At 4 o
Et. 0 1I VA
77 and 79 Market Street.
CHIL&P I CHEAP I CHEAP I
asw t win! 1 zisw t
59 Market Street.
S A. 0 Q, ICI "Vs et
Isir. ..A. - v - Tr L. 311 a
°SNAFU' THAN JUN.
=M l l l°
lambi will sad 'apply thameelysi with
THIIIW faint, COLLARS,
MO SING oAle.
And ill dcsaiplions of
Macrum & Clyde's,
78 JURIST BTUS%
p ARRIVE TODAY,
MACRIJMI & GLTDVS,
CIODNTRY BTORICKNEENES AND
vv ULTLIL TIMM, of eta city sod neigh
borhts toms, st• zospectiollr Invited to =mum
oar stook of
NOTIONP, murex a GLOWS,
INSBOIDNILIBP,• RIBBONS, IWO NIS,
LAOS Doom'. Essko-D maw as
Zits, KIM% ODIUM!,
BAINBBILL ANDAS, SON
P 8, •
I And Dukvartala mall artlelis mots 112., of Impeneds
Is car Wltotntale Deyertnunit, ou tbe second and
tktrd deem will be found sztenttre ticadatersta et
tke articles earmaratel @bore. We theta ratan
s all frost 6U bolas. samtred that witkoor Imam
ed lectllttee we cos ere tturs berptee In the quaUty
and pekes of ow golds.
D. L o. OLT DI
BLILCRIIBI & GLYDE,
is lugs= essurr,
-141 the Duwana. i.
/IMPURE LACE SHAWLS;
111111. L• ISAWia;
BLAO[ 4,PAOT BMX%
• 3,611110 1 BaOQl3lllll
At hawed prim. .$
Al. irr 3111
T o COUNTRY DBFKIIIWITS AND
ISTIOUIea. AOOl. um*
inmonmans, ame. inorm,
11110011116 RIICRIB, OD' J•F LS, TIM,
11081111 T. GWYN& 1111.?8TSB, isoltiP ,
had a toil mortowes of
MALI WWII eariona.
no low Woo al wish* oat•mak WIWI oarobwool
olabloo who Oaf mot holooomnts so CIITT
ocitnrru innioamstre, alumina N. 4
PIDDLIVIS. sad all who bin tossil spia.
NIKW GOODS I
Mae IMIZILMS AIM CIS RAT
DRY Q.O0 DS
J. M. Bur hfield's.
1018 . 0•113111.8wrs ;
Do. LISLE PiLlSi et
lIIAILIMILLYS, ple.d and plait,
LINKB CIIICES i
COTTON& DID, for P o;
PLIESISO CIABSIKLB DI
KISTLICIIir JKANS . D 'rir RID%
BLACK BUNK= CL TII ;
And • full assortment of goods of every daattiptial,
on handl and sailing
SUPERIOR LIOuP eLludE t
esbarns d Classmtaa's Slamlam sad Impsdal Ciorso4
VO do Quoin t;
Do • do lairs Gore Pa beep;
LoranYfidata end nitla lon•. tor
ohm sod tall
Ladle. TI2T (lanoline Draped. or trzonak W t
• tail line al Bra , /ley'. kid. Asap on band.
SeaUti, hIAOISUIII U 0.,.
I.l* Noe 11 wed ye
T ag NEvr COLONS,
IN BONNET RIBBON%
Elegant goods of English manufacture, bought cope.
dohs for retail Jima°
seiou, izACILCiI • CO.,
SUN UMBRELLAS. —A large and
chola Asamtwut of a6a AND OaNGEIAkt
BUN UtIBRELLAP, at low=ot possible price., to
wholesals sod total btu ors, at
-- D c. JOHN O. OREM,
IrILDIIIS' DUBBING 01.1129
Birinial TOO= LID M. 11031)
Th• tzsd• mainad a.
TS MAZE= WIWI=
Ille•ewa Toarte sad Dlaatead.
At ridsout pries.
MI. GLOTIL /OD 1117101111 DILITLZIP.
21 MYTH 13TBZET.
111111CRIIIS & COy
Nos. 17 AID 19 Fars armeJ
Jobbansad &AO= of
RID UOND PRIOSIII
WM WA B• gal.
to imam*. issast, mil•
- Cheap for Caoh.
Nn.l7 171.11 •trn.t.
PATJP, 61A . CT,L'U &
No. 17 Slab sttort.
THS ORLT.3II.AISD CELOIPIrsIr,
t Who °Send to Oght soy mon to Lomita. awl who
11:W about otahlog a match to next the you. g
giant, J Y..itUT O. toe t•o thoustkg dollars,
will give ■ grand tatahttion Sn
NEOZAIVE 73411,1.4 Seventh St„
On I'BIDP.Ir IVISHINO. Jute 2801,1863
Kr. OBSII will be a Waled on this OCCOLIOII by
some of the that clans *skean or the arty.
Sba entertsisaetat wtli coco.aae with a rigid
Play of the manip art betaeete J. U. oalllll. oat
JOHN ST '
Mr Doors open as 1%, pulorzoacce to *Asensio)
at 8 o'clock. Itekete, lw 0 jaltSt
r, srlPlTflll5Ji tsll"iLl tTr
no aico S. Flizossion,
Pines 01 A.Dgusion.—lertente Dozen, $5 60 ; 51n.
gla mats In Prlesie Bon. $1 uo' Parsikette and
Liles* Muir% 60 mute; Family 171rcL. 06 Daniel
Ocilotri Einllers, 115 Denis ; Oolared Bois. 60 Denial j
Gallery, 1D mum
fliirtleneflt of tto 'renewer, UAIIILi OVSIANG.
T 111.5 (Wednesday) BV ..01.113,
Will to performed, for the :..pt time this seaton, the
ether sethatioa drams taut from Zi:ei firaddes'a
poplar novel, sagged.
J0HNH._._......_.—•---.. «• ..0. TOBTiB.
I. tilt P4bDA.I4I.
athlth— lilß ABP.
',WILL; ALBS lag&
To aoudads with tte faulting drams, written by
snakes . in Uth army, tnuriod,
The Two ,Brides; or, The Volunteer.
u Mt MLitt, W 0 fthi Toff.
istiltrE Labia khaftLlS.
D:gamy, Mae& of Mr. QM ITY MODdLii.
I £BUII WANTIiI).-M him
JLA Warns, cem the Ilse of toe New U•st . le
beaver Vsbey Railroad, Lswieeme tummy, IL roe
per , 60 as: and prunapt tauutoly pey•
. neo WaP ew te. s SI
Mai ti.iitt,lSNl Ll+ 1 IS VU.
li Cost* Mal 27, 1863. msZtlaud3W
WANTIW.--$6O A MONTH 1--Wd MELIA
Agents and $6O • month, srp•nsrs peel, to
our Svorleauf tmoda, Grimed Bons•rhand theztooli
other luse, weed bed curious arced.: Histrou rac•
Ware !waifs,' Addrew,
• • SHAM & MARS. Warlord, Me.
W l iballa).--01b • :gown/ I—/ want 10
IT tar. Agent+ M every matniy at Pe a month.
expetmoll M sea my now otaap towing
ilidaintsier Anton, Blaine.
A D ALIN .14ATOK'S tiALF, OF
bTuoi.e.—On'TUZlDkir EVLHI.t G, Ise
rontb, at o'o:oob, ettll be • Ad, et, the tbronbActal
Belts booms, tio.lslmweet, try ardor ot Kowa
L0W10..8 , sa Sauer Jame. otamead, dec'd
100 shares next of Plttab.agh
1.0 dO Leoheage ISsok ewer; .
.1146 Lea be a eieltorAl3ll. Lnatrs,
ITALM AALA catnap Al
V —On TUIBIONV EVENING; Jane actin, al
8 o'ck•ok, will be sold, is tho llommerend Min
Nowa, No. NS Sift streets
Aires 11.nongdikla eaviap Vont Stock;
10 do bank of ttstabargn stock:
10 do 'People's lam. dam Go. /stock;
3J do Wotan 11111011IICO 00. Mock;
20 de Elinsonge.Dele LDIIO - 191100 Oe. Moots
do ktassoneibela lidelgosson 00. !hocks
Nat GeV ss& roc thBe*lNE. /soothe.
E1403/011: 1.1 tioLD
TOSS AT A.GOTIOP.—THUBSDAT 11108.1 -
Veti, .trui 11th, at 10 o'clo.lk precisely, at Ho. 6
LionoXl * street, (peer Perry Howl,) aid to sold,
without nurse, as Lb> tom ny to tootoolog from 'lns
- city, the sudte Household YoriVehment or new sod
eupritor Halm& Puroisure,Carpece, do., comprt•hit
Hero e Tip Heatro lapis, 'Li 8.10 Best Chain , ' lota
Cost Arm Boraa, Spring 0.111 tot*, to hat-Zoot.Qou.
rota ,abLo, Pada ...d :details T. p Torrents' Bureau,
Ottacaoni, JIM Hack, Oats beat Chain, do. hackert
Loge leraluot Nutoutrh Table,
Bo l l s
staid., two Broad. Lariats, 114 can co., Bolt owl
wr 81140 111 00.. lbalaber AloiOng. Ball 011 Clotho
Transparent Bliede, Hsu mess and ilAdiog, Mhos,
Ez.chen litsHila are Bps del attention to called to
tai. nab, the artists beteg in me but steer Weeks.
Terse oath, gar Lunde. .
SW easkit. &ad beat &Aldan; Shoo was.
A lot Piot recelsol at
MeIthILLIIND'a 4170710 ff ROOM
HoOLLIZAND'S AUCTION HOW.
MIOLXLLUND•B A 110210211 MOBIL
XsOLSLLANYI3 AVOTION 1101:1811
led 11XL= STMT.
UMW MOROCCO Burros,
Da. SID ELIMED
Co. CONG. HISLID GAITZEO;O I If Ur.
ISEE'S CAW BALKOZALB,4-2.00.
BOYS' AND INTIVEI BALMOHALISI iilB5llV
AND atILLDBENII CONON= GAIT= ADD
DAL.II.OIIAIX Gll wd SWUM ► 6►spdodlo.dp.
j H . OngT.AN n. na nkTarkwt .tree
0.6,113 , t...d.TLUAL Lai: • L LL,LA
leNt. this iLattica Luton:oNi oar
.t•r puulic ilego.rall. • 9.,t RO. .61.. Dow
ar-,3 TIMM .VIT 0001 ?etS
to th. 0 „, 6 •Or writi gt , y. h , 410 1.1410 kowlte was
ih.r aLI drroded epenaL•La var 7 not
wo9lo tbolr rua clue cc • 0.11. sa
retar wo hors lc, oar boa boon tho.lughly trawl Our.
lag the post four lean, folly 0,1.9,fi0123 :he ,Jo
mod gabbro ohassotor of Lb. opin-,,L/on • ri. Druo
ar 0/monkals nor Gamut° Banco umd. all these
wtAicg the asilloorot a good cod collaolo loutlot.
am /9/0 troll to WI and ctooolt with
Jain 13. (NG, D. D./3.,
• Do 98 fifth tt50..31
or, Ds; 0 111N41,
No 17 .n.1.101......V.r0v010r1i.
jeka...as - --
W at. e. W en u,
-DH girl!! 21
Hr remora bli alSoi WWI °owns or MID AND
/warn Stuzga: BaDaniell.
co hears from aa. in. all $ m. ;IV°
0i11 1 7103 SHOSA,