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Commencement Exercises of the
Pittsburgh Female College.
A crowded and deeply Interested midterm
assembled in Christ Methodist Episcopal
Church last evening, to listen to these exer
oiseirishish cooreisted in the reading of ad
dresses by the highly cultivated young ladies
whose good fortune It L to bs p!:, , ,r1 under
the guidance of inch tutors as the Leahy of
thil College. Here the solid, tho elegant and
this ornamental are beautifully and harmo
Mangy blendid—the former, however, Is nr t
sawilleed—as Is too often the ease in fern .0..
Institutions. of learning—to the latter.
The exercises last evening were opened with
prayer by the Rev. B. li. Nesbit, A. M.
Musle—"Zonave March," by Miss Daistll
and Miss Ragas.
"English Belutatery"—By Miss Hal asl
B. Christy, of Kinsman ' Ohicr—a well .
ten essay. A shower of boquets testified
pleasure with which it was received.
Music—By Miss Coburn.
"Nothing in Vale—By Else Snide It.
Pally, of Mancheste-- - . good prodect , "c s ,
'areatlibts a tare and lotty Christina spirit II
Idasie—Pßosalls," by Mrs Rem.
"Was haws fait sheaf" (What can I do)
composition in German, by Min Lydia A. B.
Robison, of Pittsburgh. Of its wirits or sen
timents we cannot speak; bat It was pleasant
to hear the lick and vigorous accents of Fa
derhad leap fail and free frr.m the pretty lips
of one whose earliest lirpings were only in
our own loved English.
Musio—Killarney—by Miss Deiselt.
Beyond. the Alps Lith thy Italy—by Mice
I. McKelvey; of Wilitlnsbarg. A shower of
houtpiets rewarded the lady who ventured,
. not arumeeessfully on so lofty a theme.
Music—A song—"Leenora,fcre thee well,"
pleb:titre and beautiful. Our notes are at
fault-as to tho name of the lady.
Possils—by Miss B Ocabsid, of licakewood.
Excellent in composition, rich is thought,
and a little satirical withal.
Mental Achievements—by Miss Mary E.
Plead, of Pittsburgh. To say that this essay
was well written would be faint praise ; it wee
of thought, sweeping rapiply through the
great field of achievements, moral, mental and
Wears obliged to be very brief in Our no
tions of these admirable eff•rts of expanding
mind,. This evening the exercises will be
montinned in the same hones.
This is now the centre of great activity and
!utmost. We abstain fro= detail; in refer
s:as to the number and character of (mope
now in camp, for obvious military reale:ls.
The Fifteenth Ittgiment State Militia, an
der the commander Col. Galway, nee fully
11211foraed and equipped, have been perform
log gtiord duty both In oatup and on the for
tifidaticne. They will be relieved (rein the
ant of thee* duties to-day by C. K14d03
who wilt bereefuth be In tcumnail cf the
camp. The Fifteenth will go into a new edit r
to-day, under ouvas, in a position mote con
trol to their assigned duty of guardioz the
The Regiment hoe made good no. of the
time spent in the field; every unoccupied
hour is spent in drill, and the degree of pro
lelessey Stained la highly commendable. The
damns having provided a fund for the par
lous of completing the equipment of this fine
city Regiment, it to to be hoped that it will
now be recognised as one of our city institu-
Mons. To this end, we hope that our citizen!
will aid the dicers in retaining their mem
bership, rein s
at soma personal inoonvenienom
let the young men feel secure of their situm
Moue, while in the delt perfecting their disci
pline and drill. By this means, and only
thus, eau an efficient volunteer organization
be maintained in this oity. It nem to na
highly deeirabie that our citizens should
• foster and aid the organisation; !mastery
expenses should he defrayed by the citizens,
seek as uniform equipment, Milli* and ar
mory rut; it is Izmir that the 'Some should
be compelled to sacrifice their time, and pay
their own expenses, while laboring for the
public weal: Let us fill up, encourage and
endow the ilftwenth liniment, as one of our
pormanwit city organisstions. We think the
odium and men have the vim to perform their
shun of duty, in any and' every emergency.
Closing the Stores.
While around the line of fortifications,
pesterdf 7, and amongst the citizen soldiers in
Camp Howe and elsewhere, we have one tub.
Past of a general and bitter remuk—the eel
ash and unpatriotio cooduct of those chur
lish few who pasist in keeping their stores
epee, and presenting their deli; avocations,
while so many thousands of their fellow old
ness are spending time and money, with an
eagle 111:1SpeniBli of private 110.1112111111, labor
ing for -the public defense. A stern public
indignation should compel the general eloslog
of the stone, in both elites. Let all sari
tee their personal bulimic fur the public
good. White A is laboring in the trenches.
or pub' his lonely. beat, with a musket on
his shoulder, let B—lf be ku not the patri
otism to go and de likewise—at least feel the
depth of public Indignation, if be attempts to
isrescette his %minas while we am esmod
ta Uwe wise and proper defensive meacores.
Let each bear his Item of th e Muthms, etitor
and patriotically. We shall all fool
better and safer after ere shall have sompla
tad this good work, which, If undertaken tap,
years ago, tread base tared to u minions oi
Public mentimeat en compel the Amaral
aiming of all the stores in Pittsburgh and Al
legheny, while this enervate, condones ' • LI
Joan aka make *WWI who attempt to defy
It; feel that they have committed a mistake in
their estimate of the patriotism of the people.
referimse to as advertisement it will be
Wen that the pupils of Prof. W. 11. Slash
will 'lye two grand juvenile inmate, on
timraby and Friday evening', the 25th, and
1:/th last., at Pamleier Hall, Allegheny.
'Then muerte had been ansupd for last
timely bat in oonoequenoe of the Military ex
satertsesit, and the fact that Prof. Mask had
entered the twine in the 15th regiment, they
here postponed until the time Mated.
The Musical' entertabameate given under
the direction of Prof. Slack him always been
Ursa:, Waded, and haw given nutmeat
eattafeetlon. The mesa heretofore attend
ing his efforts, and the liberal pitronage ex
tended bribe public, are a sualsdant guaran
lee that his claims upon this coesaion
Aue overlooked, notwithstanding the smite
meat in the community. . The programme
matelots of • number of Ins choruses and
Winding mute new and popular
*dolls gongs. The elms will numbs about
me' hundred and twenty-In performers,
with suitable instrumental accompaniment.
:Tickets an be had at the music and drag
Mares, and at the door.
Reethig of lerehatits-.l3toresto Re
A earl law =Satin of ntershants was
bdi lislowedsg, st the shoe house of Mews.
W. 11. Nuncio" & C 0.,, Fifth stroit.-4. W.
Barker, Ssq,,la the chair.
It will be roestleoted 'that, on the ovation
*Utile last ineetint, It was iwed that the
. stem should remain closed distil olv 'Wednesday
weals& the 24th Inst. This meeting was
lead, tharstore to determine what further so-
Nan simitdd be taken.
After an Interchange of views, It wu
imensiy nsolved that the; paha° Interrolu le
nisei a Mather asuipensiou of business until
evening, the 27th Inst.
♦Clesunittee es ten was appointed (eight
fee this eity and two for AUeghen;) to NIP
the% this sseolation is d 7 circled 00 —
• Mid Cleausittee to moat for publication the
kr". 14 Ali those wile loop their stores epos.
The - Litt:attics County Troops.. At the meeting of the Executive Committee,
The five oompanlis of the 134th regiment, held last night, the reports of the men work
who reported here on Friday but, under the log on the different llnu of fortifications were
gallant 001. O'Brian, returned hbmo poster- called for:
day evening, to organize for the six months terervres nn.r., sorra Erna, Ammturensw--sneans
1 ' 3,4, 8, cum. suceruk. 2,
service.' On their arrival here they were nn- No.
Green, Clecander it 00. 43 John Flshert,
elide to procure Pubs:stet:co as speedily as was ch.,. sae...BM 7.1 John Ort,
desi4-ble, when Sir. N. P. Sawyer, o. warm John p." 1" 14 W. P. Logan,
Henry Geyer 11 John Balyd,
personal friend of the Colonel, at onto rap- John Meyer, 19 Han Hcesimer,
plied them et hie own expense.. The sot of H. Afterhyde, 12 Wm. Langkemp.
F. Copert, 11 Albricht a Beck,
gonercsity we . n •••:. forgotten by the men, as Fayette banal factory, 12 Fred. Badman,
will no :i.e.:. :roe: Ceo following resolution t h ,1,,,7 & t . z h etz ,,1 , . 1 1 t h o n g ,„ li p: l 2l.,
which they passed previous t their doper- Dsum 8r0.., 10 Gotleib Hummer,
Uuttoodorf, lifllkir ft (Jo. 8 John Houck,
Biro : Jec ib Smith, 7 Keentsh,
Re4oto.ei, That tho thanks of the 134th reg , Hr.' y ditfT, 8 Anton,
Imc-t, P,snosylvanla Volunteers, be hereby itebt. Bole, 7 Taylor.
1,4:1er., to W. P. Sawyer, EN, for furnish-
lred. Holm, 7 0.
log their regiment with rations, the first day
alter our arrival here, and also for his not
ferni kindness to ne during our Stay In camp
P.,a1..d, That Col. O'Brien be requested to
Mr. Bowyer a copy of the above reso
le due, and that it be published is the Pitts
birrla and New Cattle papers.
l',.vions to the departure of the train the
met. cat cd upon Hr. Sawyer fora opeeoh, and
were favored v,ith a few romarhe, in which he
tonic n to compliment them upon their
aoblt van, r and for the prompt man
tis: in which , had responded to the call of
Uovernot it, he present emergency. Be
alio sou fitting terms to the shill and
b:eveiv , te, , • vo.tlant colonel, who bad led
them ,• `. • . on the timid of battle.
C,: a. then called upon, and re
ep , 1 , and appropriate manner,
-ftt , , a the men were conducted to the
Tribute of Respect
.17 a spade' meeting of the Penn Literary
S.Gi.sty, held on Wednesday evening, June
24.. b, 1563, the following preamble and reso•
lotion were unanimously adopted :
'WHIREMI, IntoDimon ban roadbed us of I
the death of our friend and follow-member,
Thos. 0. Met:Holland, while in an engagement
with the Apsehe blimia, near Tucson, Arl
sluts territory, ono whose nobleness of char
acter has caused to cling around our memo
ries the e: dettrin g reeolleotions of a frank and
worm beat tot trieod, as able and zealous
&solved, That is hint this Society has lost
one onto olu on i rained members, whose ear-
Vie , E eul e.'unee:s we sheaf long remember.
' and the memory of whom •inn's we shall
Regotved, 11,t while. in bumbl•• stibmis
:lan we n_ht.or ie i6o the ways of eidetic*,
No e a nnet but e,g,:ir our uoilus” :ad sor
row over the desth e member
and tree friend. A•.. dfa the !rises?, and rela
tives of cur brether ‘e tender our heartfelt
sympathy in thir their deco bereavement.
frerieiveci, That 4 oopt of th•'o resolutions
be gent to the family of the defesaed, and In
respeat tahlm w• adj.:a the 6.,lety for a
period of thirty days.
II W. NINNIIIKYIB,
Ceaet.s3 C Ilia. I 7 °await:es.
J. 31. tt.T.t. to,
e.nd Casa of irrowailig
Oa Wednesday coo , oici„ ac eccleent of a
distressing chat act...c ,courrel at the residenoe
of Mr. Louis SESOIISTS, on Mount Washington.
A little child, and three
months, while playing ecout the door, fell
into o oissern and was eresraede It het been
out of sight of its mother but a few minutes,
when an older child discovered it fleeting in
the pool. It was speedily removed, bat death
had does its work. Ms. Sanders Is a very
worthy and estimable citizen, and the trtaado
of the family will sincerely sympathize with
them in their bereavement- Alderman Don
aldson held an inquest in the absence of the
C rover, who is engaged in working on tho
Incendiary Fire In Allegtsany
On Wednesday evening, about nine o'clock,
a large stable In the rear of and atmohed to
the tavern of Mr. V. Stork, (old Won. Penn
Boum) on Ohio street, Allegheny, caught firs
and was totally destined. There was no
person in the stable at tree time, and as the
fire bunted out in the mow, among the bay,
the conolusioa is that it was set on fire. There
were several horses in the stable, but they
were removed without much difficulty. Tn.
steamers were promptly on the ground, but
the fire soon exhausted the material and ceas
ed. The Book and Ladder company rendered
War good iverace.
Last evening, about ten o'clock, Mrs. Rob
[neon, residing in Colonade row, Fe
had her pocket picked of a small sum of mo
ney while riding in one of the Blanchester
passenger care, between the Allegheny Du,
mond and Mr n31(10103. Bhp had scarcely
stepped from the oar when the disoovered the
larceny, and hailing the driver, the car was
'topped. That instani the Wet (a well dress
ed man who tat alongeide of her) j armed up
and darted out of the oar, followed by hi.
I light Angered companion. They disappeared
La the darkness and were not pursued.
Join tho Regiment.
Now that uniforms and complete equipment
have been provided for the Fifteenth Regi
ment. the company officers will accept a few
MOM active young men, to fill up to the max
imum. Citizen' who think we should have a
pormsnent and efficient military organization
should aid in filling its ranks.
Tas STOIII2I lq ALLIGIIIST —At • meeting
of Allegheny merchanu, held last Weaning, it
wis resolved to keep their stores cloeud notti
Eisturdsy afternoon at 4 o'clock, to olio" all
to go on the fortifications. Customers ere re
quested to defer narciissing till that time.
TitCaasoN h Gear:ma:l,
Joni Blows, Jr.
Seism or Ma. CIMPUDALI.—The popu
lar comedian, Mr. P. Chippendale, takes a
benefit at the theatre this evening, upon
which mast= two choice standard plop' will
be presented—" The Soldier's Daughter" and
"The Golden Sarmer.". Mr. 0. is • clever
Bator mid • yery•worthi g ok entleman, and his
friends should not overlo kb; claims.
Viors.airs Pia-Pia.—The annual pia tie of
the Vigilant Fire Compels" will take place to
day at kieliCee's Rooks. The steamer Oil City
will leave the foot of Fenn street, for the
grounds, at nine, eleven-and two crotook, pm
liiclicsite—Juni 9ith, 1663, of Inflommstion of t9O
litorels, in the 69th leer of Ms sgs, Tido& Huai/IS,
His loners% will tofu tl►x Co l►ln►S !domino,
June 26th. at 10 o'clock. the friends of the tastily
are respectfully limited to attend.
The Untutored Blare
Mrs. 8 irtilellll.ll, lifene of her letters from
Campbell Hospital, Washington, relates the
Lying in the duk of evening, a few dap
Igo, for an hour's rest preparatory to my
night walk through the wards, one of the
contraband laundresses of the establishment
walked nolsalessly into my room with a
" good arming miens, I tot you was lone
She la a fall black, with all the unlovely
outlines of her ram A question or two star
ted her voluble tongue. She icfrom Virginia,
but at the name of her native State made a
most expressive gesture of disgust, saying:
"Take away Virginia! Suet hab her!
Doa't want neber to sea here I born and
bred dare; and all day long It was the sweat
and the blood a pourize down, de await and do
blood a pourin' down, de sonad ob de cowhide
and the lemma 1 Don't wont neber ass Viz
' piny; non's' hob bar,, no more den de Lord
hob • linnet In haaben 'fore he woohed and
'generated by de blood of Christi"
Then she broke off into a lamentation,
swaying tarsal( back and forth ailing
" When I sees dais poor dash men a !yin' •
auffarin and a gromlin - and a dila and tint
dat Uit hadn't been for dam Id a b eani a slave
dia day, an all my :People a bin slaves die
day; when I finks dat its dem dat brake de
ohain'ob alabary and. let de 'pressed go free ;
when I ientd•M a sufferin, and a groanin,
and onto, an - knima dat Ibant do wean for
dam, it 'posrs jla like do Lord Jeans a It:Soria
Where got lids "stupid negro" Inch an Idea
of the great lair of atonement
Let the reader turn to Lute a, 21, and be
will Lind the answer to Mrs. 13 wisshelm's
question 2 and a little redaction may proba
bly auggeit the came of this groat contra
ma., so. 6, cum. IoaaEt r r L.
H. Anebuta. 19Bnedel & Co., 1
8. K. Badgers, 4 125Graw &00., /
R. Kennedy it Bro., 6 Tisremil & Celts, 0
Blemhege, 2 W. H. Mc ice, 4
A. &J. Sdcßenney, 3 Citizens, 18
cAre. omaan—extuLD 10
8 J. D. alas
14 Heath 61 00leer
6 John Heath
..--. ...-..... ----....-..--- -.-.. -52
("Arr. earrru—sorop 12.
a r Gabe 5
4 Joe Suctenstaln 5
3 J. Berrinzer 3
4 °Khans 35
O. O. Smith
carr. X . D0:11/11.1)—EMLD 13.
Shaul. & liieDenold 20101tizens
J. LI. & 8. Mexve 61
fob rt Porter. 2 horse.; and wagon ; 8. S. Roi
bore- and wagon; Arcelbald Hulett, 9 horse. and
hone John Heath, horse and ea t; Heath &
and car ; franca, brlokmaker ; 3 trams
Althter, supper for night-watch.
Mcllnloht & / 6 °
04.6411ounett & Oo— 175
B. A. Fabotgook, Bon & ..... 1
A. & D. 140
Join* & 340
11 ..... II & 65
'Soloman & 43
B. McKee & Co 40
James Wood 2,6
Tavern and Eating Homo Keepers---....-- 1110
Singer. diatiolt a
Fahoestock. Albreo R 00.--.....----...-- •
McCully a 00----.---.----.
Esi Inger a 45
Robins., 121tuda 17.0
Hussey. V. 11,04; 1 7 !
Mclntosh. EiOOlP b
James B. Lyon & 40
Jo. Myer & 21S
Punk', Me!som & "
Pienou & 27
SpAtig. Onal , ant & 17/1
.bone. 81.1 . 641.11 ai 00...—.—. —.—.... 68
110 1 ..... gab m 00., Lron sad Coal WorkA--
Sao.] barter a 370
Cl6l6'Bt Ilampton townstdp—.--.—.—.-- 37
Koopp. Budd 8 730
Ilerroa t 55
R.I. ea a 8
I...idavell A Andorten.--.--------/
rtrle. & n
Moo sad oldlen Actieg
1.01311 Eut 57
Jam bhuff wad wagon
Ft G 61cFartan 51
Hessen, Stuart Co.------.—......-----. 02
ll 01 us Ousel 10
helms. r Ursa' ots C0.....------.----- 61
5.u..1. Glue 1
Hear) It Chalfant., Y horse teem. sad men-- 2
The following is the report from Cemetery
fin, Allegheny, with the number of men on
duty on Tuesday, June 24, 1863}
White & klensisder; . .. 21
J.tta Weir R Co.-----. ..... I
It D. C.s.hrent.—
J ho I.lorrison,
G. llm i.
Ow , ger Osmond.
Wm. "I ate, Jr. ,t Co.,
Wm. Boyd Ss Co..
W. S. GlSland.
k E. %distal,
Wru Ear 107.•
J. V. McDonald,
A . Mclntosh,
' , amens,
Agit it Daltall,
elutond S Andrsek,
I•ot.le ' A nee OIL.
C. F. Idaieary,
Home... It L..,
F. Beck hart,
J. C. FaLltluallr.•,
r rihur Hobson, •
Jetta Brown, Jr
Wm. IL Walker,
Develleu and two liana,
S at Grim Eloblatigher t Co.
J. L. Knox, .
Forrester 8 McGraw, 6
Dunlap & Luker,
01band & Orr. " '
Wm. 0 Negro & 00.,
B.S. (NIL 011 ice)
Pitts. FF. Wept* &Chicago 6
.1. Voeghtler & 00.,
M. McOordale, 2
J. J. East.
Tate & Seville,
Smith A Buogsy, ' 20
B. T. Kennedy' & 00., 6 horses, 10
S, D. Smith, 1 two.horso team,
0. 0. Dayl, •
Wm. S. &rater, .
Harper & Delki,
B. D. Smith,
W m. Boyd & Co.,
Wm. McKee & Oe., ...
Wm. Dilworth, •
Nouse, Moore & Co.,
Malin & Old,
Nuttell & Kirkpatrick.
P. it. W. It 0.1.5.,
Jas. Comersi.t, for Committee.
Tort Pitt Glass AO
Wood Street Itt eroltaitto and Clerks . OK& ateiri.
Thorn & 24
. • .
Black Sr. Woods, 18 carts and horns—.
A. Talton k Son...
Wm. Ilaroblll it
R. It J. Watson
W. B. Bream, (kid
Drudi, Jarri Et
WI himan Andenoa......
•10. blow d Diem
DScQueotri a Do
Pl•atln Baur —....--
Carroll At. Soy
Feld & Lars—
Capt. Cornwell% &Bud 1:
Captain Frances' 12
Carlin & 9
John Redman 15
Bonard'a 'Paper 11111... .... 3
Tbompeon & 11
Woodelde & 1
Bryce, Richards & 31
Welton, Range & 20
Heigh & Co., J. 39
Darterpre & C 0.....— . 40
Hartman & ,
Lan & & 9
Watson & 23
Glover & 16
goblin= A r Campbell p
IL H. Palmer, Jr 7
Soldiers from the 15th SO
ex nannon's atm..
Brower, Burke& Co. 18 Fleming Bros. 11
Harrison Bros 19 Davie & Phillips Si
J. Bonn (Toesday) 13 Clark &Co 7
do (Wedneslay) 26 Shallenbermir 11
Renee & Graff 15 D. & N. Potion 65
Smith, Park &Co } Lippincott & Co. -120
PUS Bras. it Go 265 It 11111 & Co 12.
Park, ftioChardy&Co 0 rad, Bennett & Co 122
Capt. Smith's Comps- P Hill 25
uy, consisting cf dt. ill 4 1 Monl 2 0
Clair Guards, and Harley &,Co 16
cittrons Dom Market Oapt Bulger's Comps-
Wood 4 Liberty eta 126 ny, consisting of cite
Copt Batts' Compel . , - hens of firnithfleld 130
consisting of mar- Brown 4Co
chants and clerks Illornem 400 92
from Market & sth 110 Allen, licCarmich&Cto 11
Copt Love's Company, Milieu of 4th Ward 64
an:misting of mor- Lloyd 4 Black 152
chants and clerks Guthrie & Bill 20
from Market, Fifth A. Hilemes 11
and nylle streets 120 Wm II Saute V
Cadman 4Cr as ford 16 J ones. Boyd &Co , 12.
()apt lA bite's comfort, Draymen & cuter. 150
consisting of dozens Phillips 4 Best 71
of the two dtlen 130 West &Co 24
Novelty Works 95 Ospt Baker's company
0 0 Hussey &Co 67 condi:Mg of mer-
W W Wallace 12 chute and clerks
Robert Inder 9 from sth and Wylie 87
Wm Rowbottom 14 Bissell 4Co ' 4s
Graham .&Fisher 34 Anderson & Phillips 37
Elton, Murton 4 Co 101 Soho Work. 60
Booty 2 Ben 10 Merchant. and Clerks
Thos. Moore 21 from Market and tin
0. 13. Vetch 2 mime., 40
A Ballow 13 T. &J. McCaw 10
, Fleming 4 Totten. 12 I J. Boobyer 1.1
Lopum, Olden & Co. 15Miller & Ricketenu 10
Mrs. Charlotte Blume 4 John lir.bnyve 10
George Selman 4 Co.'..
J. W. 22. McCann, 2
Rating Ho.. 4 J. M. Burchfield 4
Reim m,llleyran &Sol- Marc o he nte and Clerks
dle 7 M arche Market and 5115
A. Frownilleld & Bros. 6 itrests 107
Jame.. Robb 4 White, Orr & Co. 15
Wm. S. Schmertz &Co. 10 Joseph Woodwall &Co. 1
S. Reese filfleary Votslay, on his
J. G. Clouse 3 own hook S dui
A. Tindal° '... 3
Joeeph Plummer reported money reeeived
from the following gentlemen:
Mr. Payton, Engineer..
J. G. Coffin ......... „.... .....
John L. Dews
E. P. Flenniken
J. P. Bump
David Baldwin and Adam Wainsecan were
appointed a Committee to °onset money south
of the Monongahela.
Resolved, That all Mentifsetaring setab
lishments be closed, whether working on gov
ernment work or not, union Col. Whitley
gives a written request to have them excused
On motion of Gen. Moorhead, it svu then
resolved thit the thanks of this Committee
and the entire oommanity, are hereby tender
s-ad to the wholesale and retail dealers of the
city for their loyal and patriotic nation in de
clining to *pen their places of business, until
the expiration of the present week, being de
termined to render all the aid they possibly
can towards completing the fortifications.
• Resolved, That this committee earnestly
charge all persons having charge of squads
working at any of the fortilleations round the
city from supplying them with intoxicating
The committee on closing stores report that
the places of business were generally closed,
with a few exceptions, and that the few man
ufactures and operators on government work
Bey that if the executive oommittee co direct,
they will olose at ones and send their employ
ees to the fortificati ins. The committee also
recommend that, an additional committee be
appointed for Allegheny city.
The folowing gentlemen were added to the
Allegheny committee on supplies to the forti
fications north of the Allegheny, to report at
itriieever's Hill at 7 o'clock Thursday mor•
RIM Jona 0. STULL
Joni VI Runt?,
B. B. Facia,
H. M. MILO'.
EXPLANATOIT.—For effidellOy In working
the men engaged en the entrenchments on
Herron's Rill, they are consolidated into
gangs of fifty men or more, sack is an to be
operative coder the airsotion of a single en
perintandent. This plan of organization is
also required in jostles to the men, that they
may be regularly relieved when their hour is
Up. It therefore follows that the reports
handed. In to Mr. Thurston of the men en
gaged in this convenient organization embus
ues frequently the smaller 'quads. numbering
from one up to ten and fifteen men, whioh may
belong to a partionlcr firm or factory; and It
is impossible for him to preserve the nice dis
tinction, because they are not always so re
ported to him. Mr. Thurston. we are confi
dent, Is not culpable for any omissions in his
report", from either Indifference or negligence,
and whose ether duties on that line of en
trinehments totally preventsacarefal person
al Inquiry Into the belongings of these em
braced In *soh separate squad.
AAAAA Godei, Atlantis, end Peterson
for July, have been received at Pittock's, op
posit* the Post-office.
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
porton/ are borsht wine' that the Part.
riershlp tonstetsre Itilattng between WIALVT
130IltaTA and GUT 11111.L181011. to tote Paint.
Balsam wider the name and style et OOULTZII
151111148011, la Webby distal's:rt. Those having
°Wow against tha drat will phase, present tem. and
three Wog indsbted so salon Arm wilt poems tasks
psyment to the undersigned; at his /hop No.
If earth shag, l'ittsbargo, ea he bat been antherhuld
to mitts op the busier. etW CEILIIT tha fires.
LB. —The Teiotlog Badness vlll be myriad on am
N ue et 11% at No. 6r Fourth street, Pittaborgh.
1•10.3 t WitaLltor ootrutitz.
Ult. A. H. iiNGLISEI respectfully
LILL inform the citizens of Pittaborgh, thsi
b. my boo oppatutod solo ova for lbo eel. of My.
on 1 &weir *Peed °MIELE A111140116081V
PIM. nay oft Tocoun.c.dod by Os larva booms
in du city, swag which ore
must, Bunn • Co., rums' Co.,
11001/ENAD Co., loos Cl?? 'Moor Go.,
sad cam. jedsly
Supplies • want felt by ovary goal hoar r.
Eno sheet will kill • oast whore Al.. Iwo
BOlSlomber that It Is DOTOIIIIIII3 that doe* ad&
and afar who bra
s dtatin that are attired. The
real artinle is kor ad nyUll rolgontable vrtiribts.
B.A. rAtuoirrooKs, 808 A 00.,
arms of Nat and Wood streets,
BUN -------_ 1)8, tt export epitits or Oil;
INTWOLS,:to *spots Spirits or OS.
Add eUlar DAWN nada Ma Szabo Law, visited sad
fax sib by WM. 0. JOHNSTON A 00.,
" 111"birre. •
IN LI kelp Country Lard;
1100 doses groom s
DI bars W. B. theme;
T 5 Drab. Oldr Dried AppPer,
Ai 50 Yesle
do eludes halves Pemba;
1 , 11 1 T°1"1":23
Lib 0.100 swi Whisky DlMUlasi and Mr•Werl,
slated's!! for*" by
WM. 0. JOHNISTOM.k 004
cm i of forri Wits! Dallas Ott ao„,
prtsted and fOr On
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It. Oar street. LA H. MIMI%
_-10 *bran e. . U bavir,
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F9Olll WASILIF GT ON
Mail Dirperobea to thaPlttaburgh Gazette.
WAIMINOTOY, June 23, 1883.
The military situation ie about this: Gen.
Booker's army is tolerably well 41 ha n d,
stretching in front of Washington, with out
lying cavalry beyond the Bull Run mountains
and the Gaps that enter thaShenandeah Val
ley. The whereabouts of Lee'e army is vari
ously stated. Gen. Rooker is understood to
believe now that the bulk of the rebel army is
in the Shenandoah Valley, while the people
in Baltimore aro under the impression that it
is already menacing their city and are hurriedly
accumulating moans for turdifetise. While
others believe it to be moving for an attack
on the Maryland . side, still, others insist
(that it ill moving westward with all possible
rapidity towards Pittsburgh, or down the
Kanawha Valley to Marietta, Ohio.
Military opera ions are covered by such a
cloud of feints, d monstratione in the Valley,
ever in Marylan ,in Southern Pennsylvania,
that there is gre t diffloulty in forming an ac
curate Opinion a to location or intentions.
It is altog the certain that now no enemy
is in the Bull Run Valley, or anywhere east
of the Blue Ridge, in Virginia, except several
detachments of cavalry.
It is proper to state that the meagre nature
of the special telegraphic dispatches from
your' Washington office is mainly attributable
either to the vagaries of the prorates goiern
meat censor, or the occupation of certain por
tions of the telegraph lines west by govern
ment business to the exclusion of all private
or press messages.
The censor, Mr. Lynch, is a clerk in the
War Department, with no experience Acting
him for the position, and his conduct on sev
eral occasions has shown him to be without
jedgMent to warrant his appointment to any
responsible place. No better illustration
could be found than his first demonstration on
these oispatches. Some urns ago he suppress
ed a %Gipson, one column in length, giving
an account by an eye-witness of Ktlpstrok's
brilliant raid from the Peninsula to Urbana.
The identical account appeared here in tell in
the Government organ, but the prudent young
conger thought it would be greatly detriment
al to the wife interests to send this woe:omit
of a Government sharers meet. It is aupposed
that since the present movement began, the
dispatches Are being trimmed by khe same rule.
Mr. (Pet) Halstead, whom few of our read
er' will fail to remember in connection with
the famous Kearney letters concerning Gen.
McClellan, which were written home by Gen.
Kearney and finally by him given to the pub
lic, has been involved in a oiffioulty with the
New York Reread, about which his cards ate
"To the Editors arid Manager. of an independ
The following card speaks for itself. In
additiOn, I would add that the. representative
of the Nerafd at Washington, through whose
hands the slanderous article passed, and un
der whose direction the same was telegraphed,
refuses to take the responsibility of the pub
lication, give the names of the ollieers referred
to, or the,anthor of the libel, or publish my
I [rest that those of you to whose attention
this may come will give It such insertion or
notice as may seem jest and proper, and help
break up a growing and ontrsgeons evil end
uuleance—that of publishing malicious false
hoods and untrarrantab:e attacks on private
citizens. 0. 8. HALISTRD, JR.
The Now York geratd of the 18:h of June,
1863, contains the following :
"A Pavane! Rencontre.—At Willard's !Io
ta!, to-night, 'Pet Halsted' was the author of
quite an angry emeute. Having recently re
turned from the North, he was asked if he had
seen Gen. MoOlelleri; whereupon he reviled
that he had not, nor did he wish to see such a
damned coward. An army officer immediate
ly resented the indignity to the former ono
mender of the Army
of the . Potomac by spit
ting upon Halsted, while a naval. of de
nounced him in the most opprobrious terms,
before the large crowd whioh had accumulated
in the hall atter the oonintonceraent of the
I prononnos the article a w ll ltuf, wicked
and nislimous libel and lie—its anther a base,
unprincipled so , undrei and coward. Who arc
the valiant offirers that with impunity spat
upon and denouneed Halsted, as stated? and
who, knowing Pet Related," can be made to
believe any suet' vile slander .
0. B. Harman, Ja.
Wasystpron, June 19, 1863.
We ere present on the occasion referred to
by M . Halsted, and join in branding the
statement as an ungaidified falsehood.
J. P. Butt.,
W. H. Cooswitt.,
T. W. GeteriTßlA,
. A. 11. F. 114.
$ 30 00
. 6 00
. 10 eo
ri4CLAJL LOCAL flOTlCtras
GROVNI AND Samna's BRNO* blAcnuti, for
family anti manalsontring purpoees, are the
beet in use.
AL. B. CRATON'', General enc
No. 18 Fi lth cornet.
TROILAJI PAIIT, Plain and Ornamental Sista
Reefer, and dealer in Pennsylvania and.Ver
client slate of the treat quality et low rawss.
Moe at Alex. Laugh lin's, near the Water
Works, Pittabargh, ■pN:6m
ROW Anall%6l. or Saimaa Ctorsiso.—Of
tan we ore asked, where can we boy o neat
and comfortable Milliner suit, made to order,
thus having the chamois of selecting our own
goods? To all those inquiries we can answer,
go to Messrs. W. H. Males ts Co., corner of
federal street and Diamond donate, Alleghe
ny, and you will be suited according to your
mate. They have just received their summer
goods, and for elegance of styles they cannot
be surpassed, and for fitness they are she very
persons, as their work Is all done under their
own stipervivion. Give them • call, and you
cannot fail to be
ATTISTIOI, RIITIIIINJD VOLWITIMI I—The
attention of our country's brave defenders re
cently returned from the seat of war, and of
the publio in generel, is again directed to the
vary 01A11111111 , 11 and handsome assortment of
the latest styles of French, English and
American piece goods, for pants, coats and
vests, lately received by Messrs. John Wein
& Co., Merchant Tailors, No. 128 Federal
street, Allegheny. A tasteful seleetion of
gentlemen's furnishing goods will also always
be found on the shelves of the establishment,
together with a lot of ready-mode clothing,
got up in the best manner.
Jun Tatum = non rue Pear.—Samttel
Graham, Merchant Tailor, would respectfully
inform his friends end the public in general
that he has Just returned from the East with
his new stook of Spring and Summer Goods,
coaststing of all the latest styles of cloths,
nessbneres and outings. Gentlemen desiring
a stock to select from that cannot be surpass
ed by any other In the city, and their gar
ments made in the most fashionable manner,
would do well to give him • call before pur
Samna (+Leman, Merchant Tailor
No. 64 kLarket street. one door from Third.
Clair. Darrnmey.—At the Dental Usti
:tate, No. 261, Peen street, sets of teeth for
four do ll ars, better then those at tire dollars
lat the other dental establishments.'. Lit por
tions are requested to call at the Itstitute
after having seautaiaed the lowest prior at
the other cheap places , All work done at
the Institute is guaranteed superior to any
cheap Dentistry is city.
87 Wood dry*
SOLDI.II.I, TO TIM 111120IIS I—Young men,
rushing into the exposure and dangers' of
soldier's life, should prepare themselves for.
the fatal fivers, the dysentery, the morel and'
mum which are almost certain to follow;
Holloway's sued ooessionally during
the campaign, will ensure sound health.te ev-
ery man. Only 16 omits per box. 214
Saturn vo Paoram Bosons, Saturn, ►nn
Arm Ovens Inanarao.—Yor ropatri or al
teration to stores or dwellings, aew roofs, or
.nything else is An Carpenter Ithe, cell at
Cothisn's Carpenter Shop, 'Virgin alloy,
above Smithfield Mesta. Alfordan promptly
atteaded to. ' t
61 Wood otttiL
• 9wwizan sad CAzauits C 44.44 will bo takwa
it the emalbwi 401•50 i. lib. 406 Taut, eat4t.
4 0 7 04 %it. bet .st Ove
Oboe will iromptlj 34404404 skil
mutt be. raid • . • Oui
Bur •'Pluktajtrepli . .Albais for the ,
matte table. Powl4, opposite the POlt-of
lloe,haajaat rseal eps ply. '
O. ena,Dosia* sfill Pera - sstee
begun el poisalea.
[HE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
FROM WASHINGTON .
Special Diopeteb to the Pittsburgh palette:
Weserrarrorr, June 24,1863.
Admiral Dahlgren left for Hew York to•
day on his way, as is suppossed, to his new
field of duty.
The negro freed men at Arlington are culti
vating seven farms.
Den. Hunter has arrived and authoritative
ly declares that the change in the command of
his late department grew out of no dinette-
Section with him, and attention is called to
the language in his farewell order, in which
he says he was relieved for special service
This evening's RepoHiate contains the-fol
lowing: We speak authoritatively when we
say there - is no ground for the fear expreued
in the morning papers that the rebel General
Johnston is likely to attack Grant's rear.
Grant telegraphs that he has no fear of
Johnston whatever. The latter is at Yazoo
City with a small force, but- esa approach no
nearer to Vicksburg than the foriner is pleased
There are report! in circulation that the
rebels are planting batteries on the lower Po
tome*, to prevent its navigation by our trans
perts and gunboats. We learn that all mob
reports are without foundation, nothing of
the kind having yet occurred.
Information was received to-day that all
the buildings recently occupied by our army
for the storage of supplies, &0., at Aquta
Creek, were burned yesterday, by the rebels.
bIBLISBID /AUX SLAVIC'.
Cap:. Vanims Billings, of the 65th Illinois,
has been dishonorably dismissed from the
service, for cowardice and Incompetency, by
SINTLICED TO ST BONG.
Mansfield Rhodes and Geo. Williams haire
been sentenced to be hung in den. Rosso:rano'
Department, for murder.
Jno. Milky, Co. I, 81st 111., and De Witt
Robinson, Co. I, James Barrows, Ce. C, Jno.
M. Bellows, Co. I, Daniel Poe, Co. B, Alfred
Combat, Co:I, and Jno. Harlin, all of the 65th
Illinois regiment, who were sentenced by court
martial for varlous offences, have been restored
to duty by ordtr of Gen. Burnside.
018.111013ZD FOR DITHLUDISCI SOLDIIIII.II.
Dr. T. A. Hall has been dismissed from the
ssrvioe for defrauding soldiers.
WAtlliteaTos, Jane 24.—1 t is ascertained
that, with the exception of some skirmishing
in the 801 l Ron Valley, there was no lighting
All is quiet, apparently, along our front
Yesterday, owing to imperfect picketing,
come of Mosby's regular cavalry came up the
Chantllivroad, near Cot run, and destroyed
several of our wagons, with ammunition,
They were pursued, and It is reported soma of
them were caught.
WASHINGTON, Jana 24 —The Richmond
Dispoteh of yesterday, eoutitins the follow-
Jackson, 'ppi, June 18.—Tho enemy's
cavalry made a dash on our outposts near
Edwerd's Depot, yesterday, but found them
too strong, and ratzgated soma the Big Blaok
Scarcely a day passes without an accident
on the hioridian Railroad, which, it, bsing
tbo principal means of transportation of sup
plios, has retarded Gen. Johnston's move
ment. -.• . • . • - .
The firing is continuous at Vicksburg.
• [swarm DISPATCH ]
.facke.n, June 19:—A special uispatch to the
Miesiesippina, dated Panola, June 18, says.:
A heavy force of Yankee cavalry is march
ing on Au Zsaokons, between that point and
The Yankee cavalry are rigging rafts to
cross the Tallahatchie, with the intention of
destroying the road below Panda, and ma
ting cff Johnston's supplies. Ano .bit force
is crossing the Cold Water near Benito*
They Slams from Memphis.
Sion. Johnston has issued orders granting*
full pardon to aU deserters in this Depart
moat, who will rejoin their commands Imme
There is no news from Vicksburg or Port
Jl2llO 24.—Gen. Grant has
teiegraphed to headquarters here u follows :
(Near Vickehurg, Jane 18, via Cairo, June 23-)
limy thing progresses well here. Johnston's
forces are at Yakoo city, Benton, Browns
ville and Clinton. Deserters some out daily,
they all report their rations short.
• We scarcely ever lose a man now. The
health of the troops is moat excellent at pres
Dispatches have been received by the War
Department, from Gen. Banks to the effect that
on the 14:h inst., having established his bat
teries within three hundred and fifty yards
of the rebel works at Port litideon. After •
vigorous etnnonading, he summoned General
Gardner to surrender. -Oct his refusal, an as
sault was made, And our !awes gained posi
tione within from thy to une hundred yards
of the enemy's tvuhs, whlol they held.
Gen. Paine was severely wounded.
Gen. Banks exprer,ed cia....ulf confident of
From Havana--Rumored Fight with
New YOl/o . llile 24.—The steamer Eagle,
from'Havana on the 20th. has arrived.
Humors had reached Havana, whtah us
said to have been brought by the British
m►U steamer from St. Thomas to Porte Btu,
that the pirate Alabama was in Santa Cam,
and that the Vanderbilt get np.steam and
went to attack her. Heavy firing was heard
in the direction .or Santa Orns, bet nothing
definite was known as to the progress of the
'The English mall steamer Trent, from St.
Thomas, is due at Havana , on the 2101, when
the fiats would be aieertained.
The Spanish Government
mission-to tear down the walls of Havana.
The heat at Havana was my gnat, but
there was no appearanee of yellow lever:
The steamer eau Vivian had arrived from
Missouri State Convention.
Jursuos Orry, Mo., Jane 24.—The ma
jority report of the Committee on Emancipa
tion wee taken up in the Convention this
Mr. Drake offered as amendment, substita
tins January let, 1864, for 1876. Lost by a
vote of 18 to 66.
Mr. Breckinridge offered as a substitute fa
the majority report, the ordinanbe introduced
by him . few *eye Oman abolishing slavery
in 1864, and apprenticing the alma so eman
cipated fora period of twelve years.
Mr. Gravelly offered an amendment to Mr.
Breckinridge's substitute : that Mahal! be the ,
duty of the Legislature, at its first session
after the passage of this ordinanee, to devise
means for ascertaining the 'number of dam
belonging.to loyal eitisins, and apProprlate
$3OO each for such slaves, to be.paid their
owner'. • Agreed to 48 to 40.
Mr: Poster awed an ascuortiment providing
for the abolition - of•slavery in 1870, and Atp,
prenticbig all minors till they mash the age
of treaty-one, whisk only received two atirm
ative Totes. Adjourned. •
Markets by Telegraph.
Clicruntmdone 24.—5100 r dtiU and ,nominal I
trade triad., salt at. $5 to $5.75. Wheat doll, prices
lower; red 51 03551 06. Corn 546550. „Oats .6110.
Whisky anances to 40)ia. Nothing dome la • saw&
dons, sod y loot nohaaaL Star candle. 1 , bald p
Gold. lit- Wirer. 141.
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.I sThr.n-4126 oadenilawd Tarc'priparstA
bring out oudyymuts tram may. pork or linsland, Ire.
hod se Sontlasit, either by suyildiurtooroillino
Eltostows, btoaluilult the IllillustasoOmose.oBlßAT
Lb 11,.. or brut claw diPtOt Vingetiv Wow
Aliso tioketa cos bogouct 100.1.ey ourr ofelco la
Ptto.burgti. Its..stooaviur losT. -I,Unorol ov.ey
wodo.oday; tbuolims Loodczaptil 'milk
2 1 ,. 4 siung riostsysor'Lloorpoof. ovismb
INVASION OF PENNSYLVANIA•
th e R e bels Within 25 Elm of
gE RESULT 11110USLY LOOKED FOR:
A BATTLE IMMINENT!
&0., &on &43
HIRIIII3ItrIG, June 24 —The rebels 0,10
within twenty- Ave cf /terr* loll l. The • •
enemy's column halted about dusk sight miles
the ether side of Carlisle", "and went into
The authorities are in telegrapt io comae.
flintier: with Greyson Station, two miles from
the rebel &het& Their line to-night is very
.The result of to-morrow is looked forward
with much anxiety, and Uok .... wititent some
Gan. Knipe may gin the seamy battle at
Carlisle, or he can Lai back to the Basque
A battle will Undoubtedly be fought on the •
plies evacuated before to-morreer night.
Gen. Couch has thrown a strong column of
men, in the neighborhood of Gettysburg, on
. right flank. This, in eonnee- ••;;
don with eertain movements by the army of
the Potomac in their rear,- will :make it a
dangerous experiment for them to attempt to
hold the line of the Smaelianne.
Numerous arrests Dave been made to day :
on the south side of the river, otpartiee eon
piloted of being rebel 'pies and guerrilii9, bat •
on their eases being inveatigauo, matt of
them proved to be vefores.
The curb and other atmeheis of the State
Capitol to-day' organised 'themselves into a
company for the defence of the oitY. • k
The works on the opposite side of the river
have been completed, and the guns are being
The Philadelphia Grey Reserves, eleven
hundred strong. are still here, but reinsert° be -
mustered in. Their conduct is severely com
mented on by other troops.
Gen. Andrew Porter salved here to-day
and offered his services to the authorities.
Everything is quiet-in the neighborhood of
Gettysburg and Hanover Junction. Greet
activity le being displayed in that quertor to
prevent any demonstration on the hoe of the
Northern Central Railroad.
The Itspubliesai Union State o:nvention
has been postponed until the 6th of August.
At ten o'clock to-night, a rebel operator
attached the wires at McConeellsburg and
opened oonstenniestion with - Pittsburgh. He
told • long story about Jenkins and what he
intended doing. No tellies:eta placed in ts.
It is reported and believed here that Milroy
has been relieved of his cue mend.
It is known here to a certainty that twenty
regiments of rebel infantry passed through
Chsmbersborg to-dey. They were mareh.og
in this oireotion, and are undoubtedly E soil's
(late Stonewall Jackson's) corps. Important
matters are likely to erasion' to-morrow.
Ilniututatirao, Jane 24-11vening.7-The oily
has been in a high state of excitement ail any. •
The news from up the valley' shows that the
rebels are rapidly advancing in this direction
in strong force.
No troops would be likely to -venture so
far from the base of operations talc an ene
my's country without a force sufficient to act
on the defensive.
So far no opposition.has been made to their
movements. The rebels are riow twelve mites
from Carlisle and stilt advancing.
Gen. Knipe, commanding tie•ferces in the
valley, will probably give them battle at that
point. The rebels will, no doubt, appear in
front of that town.to morrow.-.
Ger.:miry, who fallback as the rebels ad
fantry is yet; hut ifte liedlit; a strong
force is in snppoiting distance.. -
, A deserter belcingt , tig to, the 44th Georgia
regiment, a rr ived h re te•day. lie reports
that on Sunday night hie regiment wee doing
picket duty near Hagerstown. 'GU Monday
morning fifty of them deserted, and safely
made their way to the mentalities, where they
remainedall night. Yesterday . ' - morning they
all started for Frederick City, hoping to make
their - way to Baltimore, with thettuteeption of
this man, who came to Gettysburg., He Orates
that B well's whole corps elate brigaaes, was
at Hagerstown when he left. They numbered
about 12,000 men. The lest brigade left Wil
, lismsport on Friday. arriving it Hagerstown
on the ISMS day. _ Orderiewerelssued on Sun
day for the corps to move at 6 o'clock, on
It le believed inert are coming- in this di
ned on, supporting Jenkins's. force of Gay-
Sixteen Veterans of the War of 1812 to-day
visited the Governor, at the Capitol, and ten
dered their services, which were accepted.
along - the border remains unabated.
Btuinees is at a perfect etantl.lEll, - exposed
oonstantly to the incursions of rebel maraud
Fanners are compalied to keep their horses
concealed in the morintains,end the prospect .,
of reaping the coming harvest is discouraging.
The rebels are overrunning Franklin county.
I Two rebel deserters from a North Carolina
regiment, belonging to Ewell's corps, came In
to our. lines this morning. They report the
whole of that commander's'forees in Pennell-
The Melia* in foieeUt Mareenburg and
have driven In our Idekets ;this side of the
town. It is thought that/they wilt attempt
to feel our strength this : side of the mountain.
Laeasit 4:50 r:11..;;,- The relsetinfantry is
reported co ming up the mountain fromMet
serabiug in feres. , :.The reads are blockaded,
but poorly supported:!'
Craton Staid Costeemattere, ostponed.
Pmenetalmi. • June.' 24—At a 'pedal
meeting of the Union General State Commit
tee ItelAin this city te•dity, it. was resolved in
the present emergency, white may delegates
to the :Onion State Convention. are engaged
'nibs military : service aid • eannot be present
at the meeting appointee to be held at Pitts
bargh, 16th July next, it *deemed -expedient
to postpone the Convention WI Wednesday,
sth day of A.ugust,ll a m., anSl44 is hereby
postponed till that time.
(Signed) . P. Vassal blare,
• . Chairmen pro tem.
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