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FRIDAY MORNING, ? TUNE 26
UnioD County Ticket.
• Wer Praidkut Ado of as Daiet Qort
. L JOHN P. °LAM
TEL HANS 8. RIBBON.
WIC H. DENNIIIITON.
. V. TIM J. DIGHABL
Far CRorlt y Cber6.
WIT A. HZEHON.
for ago* Trimorwr.
DAVID AIILLN, Ja.
WM. J. NJOHARtat
for O'. ronsirkedr.
JOHN T. D qt p oor
• Proceedings .11 :planted.
The . destruetion of private property by
Colonel !dormouse.'" in his recent raids
pia ' Georgia, Florida and South Carolina,
has been made the subject of much ani
madversion, not only by the rebel-eymptt
Gibing journals—(which would natur
ally feel acutely for their friends)—
but alioy• ; several journals, whose con
lures Ter solely dictated by a regard for
the honor of 'our flag, which ought not to
sanction any proceeding contrary to the
well.established and generally recognized
laws and usages of civilized warfare. We
And an editorial article in the N. Y. Even
ing Post, of Wedneeday, which makes the
important statement that so far from acting
without orders, or contrary to orders, Col.
Moarooluar in these raids acted under
the orders of Major General ROBTEII, and
wait but inflicting the dreadful but neces
sary penalties of the law of retaliation on
the piratical sea-robbers and incendiaries
of the rebel 'Confederacy :"
Wait os LAND Aso ox Sae..—Darien was
burned by the troops under Col. Montgom
' ery. It was not burned by accident, but
on purpose; and care was taken that the
work of destruction should be complete.
The Jaoob Bell was burned by Captain
Semmes. It was not an accident—on the
contrary, the fire was judiciously distribu
ted, so that every part of the ship and her
precious cargo should be destroyed.
The houses of Darien were private prop
erty. So was the good ship Jacob BelL So
were the little fishing schooners which
were Seen 111 flames yesterday 9ff the Mass
achusetts coast, with a rebel ship lying
near to insure their destruction, and
chasing still others of the fleet.
No doubt the rebels will cry out against
the destruction of Darien as a barbarous
act.. So it is; but in what way does it
differ from the burning of helpless mer
chant ships and fishing schooners, which
Ina been practised so long by the rebels ?
except in this, perhaps, that Capt. Semmes
risks nothing when he attacks one of our
fishermen. while CoL Montgomery at any
rate takes the chance of blows when he
marches into the enemy's country to burn
and destroy. Otherwise the two acts are I
precisely parallel. Now it may be said
theta rebel atrocity does not excuse a like
act en our part. Certainly not—but un
fortunately the only way to keep a barbar
ous enemy within the limits of lawful war
fare is to retaliate upon him the cruelties
he commits upon tn. This is a recognised
custom of war" it has been practised, and
Sternly practised by the moat civilised rue
Of course no subordinate lacer has the
right to order acts of retaliation. That
belongs to the government, or to the goner
al-in-chief of the armies. But when the
order is given, the subordinates who carry
it into effect are protected by it. Retails
lion in war is like reprisals during peace.
In order to relieve Col. Montgomery and
his companions of the charge of unlawful
and - barbarous acts, we think it right to
say that they are acting under orders from
General Hunter, whose object was to make
-the rebels feel the perils and losses or war
in their private persons and property, just
as the rebel privateers have for months
been kidtjeeting private citizens of the free
states to like loam
Until the War Department announces
that General - Hunter acted under instruc
tions from Washington, the public will he
lloed that he ordered these retaliatory
measures of his own-motion; and just and
called for as they plainly are, they will
have an lappearanco of irregularity. It is
meet important, therefore, that the author
ities at Washington should at once set this
-whole question at rest by making public
their determination to force the rebels to
cease their piratical acts on the sea, by re
taliating upon them on land. No one can
complain of this measure as harsh or un
called for. It is in the highest degree nor
essau7; and the destruction of a 'rebel
town bears no harder upon the adherents
of Davis than the destruction of a fishing
fleet bears upon the poor fishermen of Cape
Ann or Cape Cod. Bat, to give regularity
to the proceeding, it. must be tha solemn
&Wet the government, and-not the order of
a department commander.
A FORMIDATILM LLCM- CLAD OTDKILTD TO
See..—The New York Evening Post, of
Wednesday, says: "The 'harbor battery
'of New York,' the iron-dad frigate Bean-
Oka, went in commission today for sea
service. She draws nearly twenty-four
feet of water, which makes it appear ho
probable that she can be intended for en
tering Charleston, bat there are deeper
barbers on the Southern coast where her,
services may be ego : oily desirable: What
slier opinions may be formed of the sea
going qualities of this enormous dap, no
doubt exists is to the formidable ohnrsoter
of her offensive and defensive power. She
ii the only armored ship in Americo pro
tooted alike all over without losirig her
COITADLKATZ nose.: In selling in Nas
sau at four rents on the dollar, and some
transactions have been made at even lower
Agues. "Sooner or later, (says a letter
from a Nassau morehant/himeelf a South.
arner, which was found on a captured
atelinera I am confident Confederate money
will not be worth the paper it is made on."
The writer adds: "The feeling here by
holdouts seems to be in favor of the South,
but Ido not think it exists any farther
than dollars and cents are oonoerned. They
are all making money out of the war."
A Bases Pisan oit Tux New Eitatattn
Cour.—By ootmting up the number of
teexL captured And destroyed by the rebel
pirate Tawny—all reported from different
parts of the New England coast within
twanty-four hours—we And that she haa
captured the luau Webb and burned/ thir
teen. A United States steamer has been
sent to look after her.
A warm° young lady named Brougher,
who recently tore a butternut pin from an
Ainarloset tiag,•at a schoolhouse meeting
in Jennings - county, Indiana, was shot by
e butternut rowdyaseW:tht mime place a
few dayalafterward, - Thsr. Wag °teat'
in her-riahtleg. -Tier After
virdi Captured-aid "-
Ins * wheat lairest - 11 1 13outharn
sentmensid last week The 'snip in that
iesetlonis • fine one, end the yield, it Is
said, will be heavy.
M.anquet to Gen. Meagher.
One evening last week about two hun
dred of the personal friends of this gallant
Irish soldier, gave him a banquet at the
Astor House, in New York. Mayor OP
DYER, TRURLOR WEED, JAMES T. BRADT,
JUDGE DALT, and many other distinguished
men were present. Jaime T. Baser made
an eloquent and powerful speech, contend
ing that it was the duty of every one to sup
port the administration in the prosecution
of the war.
The Chairman then introduced General
THOMAS Fasacts MEAGHER, and in conclu
ding, presented him with a magnificently
designed gold medal, upon which is in
scribed the names of all the battles in
which the Irish Brigade was engaged.
Gen. MEAGHER, in reference to the call,
rose mid loud cheers, and made an eloquent
speech, in the course of which he paid a
high tribute to the Irish Brigade, compli
menting the men for their services in aid
ing to putting down the rebellion, and re
viewing the career of Irish soldiers on
every battle-field in Europe. After a re
view of the condition of the country, he
concluded by saying it was better that the
taxes should be multiplied, that trade should
trand still, that commerce should be para
lyzed or limp lazily along; that multitudes
should perish on the field with their coun
try's 'flag pointed to the sun and the glory
of the martyrs; that gaiety should put on
mourning; that luxury should get down
upon its knees and beg a crust; - that the
bittern and the cormorant should usurp the
warehouse and the palace, and the fate of
Tyre and Baalbeo be its visitation. Better
all this a thousand times than that a peo
ple for the sake of having a glut of foreign
importations, of being corpulent and at
ease, should at the bidding of craven er
endgame demagogues clamor for and in
sist upon a peace which would annihilate
their sovereignty, closing their history with
tie crime of suicide aid an irrevooible een-
Leine of ineffable disgraoe. Shall this be
so 7 Shall the prayers of the winked pre
vail? Shall a base conspiracy, with the
hymn of the angels on its lips and the craft
of the serpent at its core, prove superior to
the laws, the army, the inspiration of the
land? leaven turbid I Against a peace
so scandalous there is not a survivor of the
Irish Brigade who will not indignantly,
with intense scorn, with the fiercest impetu
catty, protest; in reprobation of such a peace
every soldier in the Army of the Millais
sippi, every soldier Bait and West under
arms for the Union, will set his teeth and
bring his bayonet to the charge. Talk to
the returned regiments, and see if they do
not, to a maxi, scout the opprobrious propo
sition,—some of the noisiest of which were
among the very first to incite the
Democracy to arms and urge the war.
Proceed still further—interrogate the
heroic dead; let the orator of our day, in
whose heart burns the desire to be enrolled
among the saviours of the B.epublio, appeal
to the shades of Mount Vernon; to the an
cient walla that witnessed the signing of
the declaration; to the tomb in the Garden
of the Hermitage; to the granite cliffs of
Massachusetts, and to the confusion of the
traitors; invoke the illustrious' men to
whose purity and greatness of soul man
kind is indebted for the examples of this
commonwealth. Last of all, listen to the
adjuration of the thousands who, within
the last twcrydars, have been laid to rest in ,
the harness of battle on the fields which
their heroism has made magnificently fa
mine and over whose graves, inscribed
though they be the fires of Heaven by
night and by day' maintain for the chival
ry of the Republic a perpetual guard. We
are conjured never to make peace with the
armed enemies of the United States—never
to confer with them an instant as parties
to any settlement• or compromise; never to
desist an instant from the prosecution of
the war with the - relentless vigor with
which Andrew Jackson would have pressed
itrnever I until the image of Liberty, new
ascending the dome of the Capitol, !than
for the permanent happiness and glory of
Arneric.a stretch forth the protecting hand,
and dispense its benign rays whenever,
until the outburst of the rebellion, the creed,
the laws, the dominion, the harmony, the
wisdom, the power, the congregated splen
dors of ono nation, one Constitution, and
one flag prevailed. Daring the delivery of
his speech Gen. Meagher was frequently
and loudly applauded, and upon conclud
ing was greeted with three times three
We commend these eloquent and burning
words to those who are in the habit of list
ening to the carping slaves of party, who
are doing all in their power to bring upon
the country that which the gallant speaker
so Iridignautly deprecated—a scandalous
pesee—"a peace which would annihilate
their sovereignty, closing their history
with the crime of suicide and an irrevoca
ble sentence of ineffable disgrace." And
particularly would we commend them to
the countrymen of the gallant Mr.soaza.
They will find him a far eater counsellor
and leader in the long run than the miser
able demagogues who pretend to be demo
crats, but are no such thing.. True demo
orat.rialk as ldsroass talks, and fight as
The Shooting of the Rebel Genera
The Nashville Union, of Wednesday,
gives the following account of the shooting
of the rebel General Forrest:
A gentleman whose facilities for obtain
ing contraband information are excellent,
informs no that the report of Forrest's
death at Spring Hill 'was firmly believed.
It appears that in the vicinity of Spring
Hill there lives a lady whose popularity
among the rebel officers is..deservedly
,great. She is beautiful, witty, riot', young
'and enthusiastic; in her rebellious senti
ments; eo much so that many congregate
there to have their devotion to Hine con
On last, Saturday evening one of Forrest's
lieutenants asked leave of absence from
camp for a few hours. Forrest refused, at
the same time strongly reprimanding him
for tusking to desert his fellow soldiers for
one moment. The lieutenant walkedsilently
away.' When the shades of evening fell
upon Spring Will, the young lieutenant
mounted his steed and sought the abode of
the bewitching eyren. Scarcely had the
lady gave him a welcome, when a rap was
heard at the door of the mansion, and in a
few moments in walked Gen. Forrest.
• The general and the lieutenant confront
ed each other. "How dare you disobey my
orders ?" thundered Forrest, who wee about
to draw his pistol, but the vigilant lieu
tenant was too quick for him, and jerking
out hie pistol, allot Forrest through the
neck, who fell and died in a few hours.
A rzw days since, when a car-load of
sick and wonnded'eoldiera arrived at the
Baltimore depot, and while waiting for
transportation to the hospitals, several lit
tle boys came into the care, ems gratui
tously tarnished a number of the brave
fellows with fruit, ice, &c. One of the sol
diers, a member of Co. B, 154th New York
Volunteers, insisted on paying the lade for
their most acceptable gifts, but the little
fellows most strenuously declined taking
one cent. As they turned to leave, the sol
dier called them back, and said: "My dear
boys, if you will take nothing else, won't
you accept a soldier's thanks and a sol
diefirbitssing?" These few words were
said with Such feeling and kindness as to
'bring tears to the eyes of those who wit
.mitered the pleasing incident.
Ena Toronto Leader says it bee authority
for stating that the Atlantic Telegraph *ill
be commenced at onto. Over. sl,6O o , ooo —
amount required — bee be en subtoribod
in England and ohmerloa.
The - Secession !lenient in Be!Simon)
....How the Piens Rebels Behave
A correspondentof the Philadelphia Paws
says that in the churches of Baltimore
many persons remain at the doors of the
churches on Sunday until the prayers for
the President have been recited. lle adds:
"I am informed that it is no uncommon
thing for worshipers either to go out during
the recital of theseprayers, or to show their
contempt by refusing to assume the devo
tional attitude which various denomina
tions adopt as peculiar to prayer. On Sun
day I visited the great Cathedral of Arch
bishop Kenrick, not because of any expect
anoy to witneee a demonstration such u I
speak of, but more through curiosity, hav
ing remembered hearing that prelate when
he was Bishop of Philadelphia. The aris
tocracy of Catholic Baltimore comprise
principally the congregation of the Cathe
dral It may be here stated that the arch
diocese of Bishop Kenrick includes all of
Virginia as well as Maryland, and the city
of Richmond ie as much his home as the
city of Baltimore.
"No disloyal sentiment or sympathy has
ever been imputed to Bishop lienrick. On
the contrary, he is known to give thegov
ernment his hearty support, and if it i s
frequently expressett publicly, it is certain
that a sympathy for the rebellion has never
been expresses at sit He is certainly in
an anomalous position, and as a faithful
shepherd over a loyal and disloyal flock,
he has steered his course in such a way as
to give ne offence politically to either._ He
never neglects, however, to recite the prayer
for the supreme authorities, and long ago
instructed his priests to do likewise. It
would be well if his congregation manifest
ed the same spirit.
"On Sunday this venerable old man
preached at the CathedraL He was full
dressed in the canonical robes of his office,
his head gray with years, bat his voice and
manner bearing all the vigor of his early
manhood. lie commenced to read off the
prayer, the whole congregation kneeling
devoutly: We pray thee, oh God, that thou
wilt bless all those that live here on earth
in sin; that thou wilt bless our holy church;
give strength and power to our Holy Fa
ther, Pins IX, that he may prevail over all
his enemies; and we would pray thee'—at
this word up started from their knees many
apparently the most devout, the silks of the
ladies rustling, and their resplendent jew
elry reflecting by its movement in the light
from the windows, as they arose from their
knees to assume a sitting posture. They
knew what this phrase was about to com
mit them to, for they had often heard it
"The voice of the Archbishop continued
—'that thou wouldet bless the President of
these United States; give him strength and
wisuout to direct the affairs of the nation,'
&0., &0., &o. The prayer proceeded to in
voke the blessing upon the Governor of
Maryland, and then resumes: We pray
for the souls of the faithful departed.' At
this the whole congregation are again . upon
their knees, and so remain until the close.
It is due to say that the insult thus offered
was confined principally to the most aris
tocratic of the ladies. The humbler of the
congregation and the males generally con
tinued upon banded knee from beginning
to end. Whether this scene has ever oo
ourred before, or whether, if it has, the
Archbishop has ever rebuked it, it is not
possible for me to say. With such open
and flagrant insults in the public places of
worship, is it ally wonder that the rebels
should count upon a cordial reception upon
their approach to 'My Maryland?' "
Jan. DAVIS OILDELE lasaasr's COMXIIII
CATIONS TO BE Isrusacrrno.—lnformation
has reached St. Louis that the rebel Gen.
Price received orders from Jeff. Davis, last
month, to do all he could to interrupt Gen.
Grant's communications, and that Marina
duke left Jaoksouport on the first of June,
with artillery and cavalry, to plant batter
ies on the Mississippi to stop steamers.
Thiswocounts for the recent desperate at
tempts of gangs of guerrillas to interrupt
our communications on the Mississippi by
firing upon our transports and other steam
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io coropmta Pact Etattiwy
mar litobanaltlaz 0121.., DI &MORD, Allegheny
Toe Oompuiy L. oow . ll. Camp Howe.
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16TH PZINN'A. MILITIA.
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PAY, 112., St Camp Holm. Aram aad somatrameata
ready tor tba mcrulta oa thetr antral in camp
Arply 1.3 Nret. 01(1. W. /.1 B
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PlLltirld. VOLS.—A for goad tarn will be
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Application may b. Trade to Lfent..f..N. MAU
MOUES. or OKA. Z. S. WRIGHT. Provost BiantnAl,
at Girard !Zona+, earner Staid Sold and Third airman.
k woo more mn wantsd to AU the ranks of
lb. PIP P. 121118 PA. MILITIA, now la Comp.
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cant 111 rewire one koundrad dollar. toonty.
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as .worn into the Ord rd !States servlos.
for otbar hof4retattot Inquire at No. 79 /trim
Sratrr, oppestie the rat Otika.
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alrIL or 411 U riCATLVIARIZ.trrs.
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of tee and of demo, herotabre pobilehea,
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FOURTH OF JULY.. 1883
fittaW SOUR COLORS.
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sod realty for Intponsam.
None nod loyal puttee need apply, end the nets of
al'egiance prescribed 1y (target es will be rtgo'red of
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West Its valet.
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to the system.
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GODLY'S LADY'S II XIS, for July.
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All lb. MILITARY Hublie•
AU Ow DOYSTS sod Other DILI DOOM%
All the Ista PAPZ OS. 11AGAZIBIS sod NEW
All Shads of STATIONABY and BLANK BOOKS.
GOLD PIRA, the best that ars made.
Paproassra — ALßUMS. the best sad cheapen
In the city.
CARD PHOTOCIRA PEI PORTRAITS, do.
luttlsh eatosed an Pow and Anvelspea, In the
label sad beat styla. at
JOHN P. nusys.
Whokrala sad Retail Hoek. Ilt.tlonsm NSlAdlle
sad liewspeper Ralporius.
01110 MALL. STRZIT.
Sateeripttous received to Papers sad Reds:
slues. Dealers nisplied. JaY4
no eosin, and bust =rains Made raids.
♦ lot J ant rwelved M
A town tearing twigs bald a estronlsation,
Whisk was to* beat mettud olforgdooduc
A sturdy stows owes save .a hts optulun.
Iha. nothing but Raba toted sass the D 014114400.
A saartstar 241,1,1[m1:14h the last was wall asks.
Iwo bAtar by tar to Ostend It with sok.
A ClAntsa , wlear than bath Lhasa togetner
gale, try what you ple a ,, there's nothing like
While a .anal 'ovum" Maaatuar roylka,
Just as yea 0 . ..,
'T!. sleet as • .an. team, awe O, aoasiap itk•— '
Whish has been roppited by the ton, with antral
to.. .till la roan, to be supplied at low rata by
• WEBB • wlLKtusols,
pin MI !Away outlet.
Da. CONG. HZIELID QAITIBB, Duly Lib. I IIII UL" 2dAh'ill
MeOLILLAND'S AUCTION ilooBll.
ItIOLNLLAND'S AUCTION SOUR.
X•OLZZLIBIZOS A 1107105 "(OUSEL
MoOLIILLANDT AUCTION BOUM
08 MARL= lITHILT,
LADIZEr KOZOOOO SLIPPERS, 0n1y,.-- 60
Do. ;ID lIIIIJD BOOTS, only.—
Mllll CAL? BALMORAL', ce4..... RM.
azuluniare GOAT BOOTS. 0u17^—^.....
BGTEP AND YOUTINI BALMOBALB i ISIEMEr
AND ONILDEETO ooNaassa 0A.12/1/119 AND
BALLBIORALB. bll sad pecan bergaln to•dq
J. B. BORLAND. NI Market street.
ft/ • ' auuu ; au w usrt au W
LTA kftSTOBED I—Just pubtfahod, In goaded Es.
TURN, 2 P ftla TgAlri,BA Ltfturs on D
154l hous. e::::1 totp l o n dlat °l 4 un ote l To
klantag• gwandly Narataarawi Ootatimytf on, Zp.
ta and May Minitel and P retail loospadty,
molting from 841.a.boort. ao. By Bobt. J. Dotter.
M. D., author of tha Orem Book, As. " A
Boos to Thou/and of damn." Batt undo/ awl,
la a plats envelop% to any adanwlt Politioddy on in'
alp( of di *ma, or two pottage amps, 1.7 me. 011.
U . KLIM Bowtah Bow Toot, Poet OR..
Box 4886 enbISI amid/mid?
Allover/ Stamm& tousseve torsion. t
Weitheaston. P.O , May in, 1663, A LL MEN WHO DlkitlLN./Y). JOIN.
soy particular iteMment of nanny now in the
field. ars hereby authoneid taproom* to. at
say time daring the mutt thin; dap to the Board
of Bare in their ,
s o d Marina The
Board shall ireauthas them, sod detonates epee their
Steens for the wake, and U Ibuod to be fit, the Pte.
von Illanbal of the District shall give them trans.
Donation tickets to the general reodsmons, 111$ the
Heedgesstem of th e A. A. Provost Marshal Gemini
of the Mate. As moon se they prang themselves it
this worn rendemeas they shall be duly mustetes
by a musterhas and disbursing OMON . , and PIM by
him line bounty slimes by low.
;Aura D. ray,
Peanut Muskat Gomel.
ILosim7L, l -
'OMR WASH. aod
A s l
old Wax ; and .attloloob IN.OEn
VITT Bid as woman aka Ulf thotr tamer prim.
Cknter tauOh and goiltbileld. BMW&
A N A Lirtilzi.—
..,, c .. 1 e ,„t,
Nato. --_49.60. ,j, ""'"
d mama —.2L20. ",
Pim (.1.120.2 220. St. 1.01115.120,
1.2.3 --...... .OL 0 ,_
21•020204. .01. 4 .4 AY
WATI O L-....-16.40. ‘ .
Marina accepted the Agency for the male of the
BEM NA. CLAY, mined near Ft. Boob, no" I Ins
vit. the attention of Glen acd Steel klubrfactoreu
to the Analpria given Melva as reported by Prose.
A. A. Bare, of Buton ' and J .0. Booth, of Philadel
phia, which, together with the test of actual upedis
ence by caustifuturen in Plttabergh, Cincinnati
and Et. Lode. detumbus It to be the purest and
most valuable Clay now known, whether 7 forslgn or
American Pots made from ft here stood In the
Glass Furnace from 6% to 9 months.
The Analyst, la of the Clay es taken from the
mine, wlttunt any weal tug or preparation what
ever. It poweeeses great. adhesiveness and gruticity
(salt's', which are not shown by the &nestle, sad
which admit of the admixture of a large proportkie
of shell or horned clay.
I em now prepared to 118 orders for the above
Clay, to be shipped from St. Brads or delivered hero
No. 121 11100!Th 61911111 T,
OODINEB PIM AHD MARKET BTBDE29.
(2d and Ed oto.les, over Rlcluirdson'a Jewelry Store
PHOTOGRAPHS, of twerp aloe mod sty* plain ow
colomd, from the popoler o.ete de Visite to °bolas
pina.viebrox weald particularly call the at-
too lion of the Aaso Asa mum to the eery sooesi
batty of this ottabllahmant, bet of reached by a sin
glikahorf flight of *tam
iqr PRIMUS 11 .0DZILLTZ, sad latiiinetiOn vlarala
BRASS FORCE PUMPS,
IRON WELL PUMPS,
ENGINE WILL PUMPS,
RAILROAD FORTE PUMPS,
ENGINE rouoz PUMPS,
LIQUID p la ANDRE PUMPP,
• LIST AND MORON PUMPS,
And rimy other PIIIIPS snernalsoturixt by Cowing
d Co., &neon Tee, IS. inch es Olt4•DOOg
PCIIII.B for Wells, and Cisterns, wbich nen be mid
with any kind of pipe,
*RD OTHERS, •
Should NH sad oupply them olm idea
THE HEW STEEL comas.%
S3LDTHIS' D 11183159 OASES,
Lod AU disorlptlooi of
Macrum & Clyde's,
78 ILiRKET STREW.
Rawson tomes Aso DILIIOIII4
GREAT 8RD1701705 IN PSIOL9, I pANTe GOODS,
For id. by
N 0.12 9 t annh stmt.
.Y10•0:1? BIALULLL 1.1
W sahlagton, May DI, 1868. Jr
I . C . OTICE.—Tho attention of all (Armors
/..1 who have been honorably discharged on no.
count of arOunis or disability, and who &elm to re.
enter the eervioe to the Invalid Corp., is celled to
the provision. of General Orden, No. la, of 1/163,
from the Wee Department, published In the papers
ihrougocat the country. /inch officers are requested
to co., ly promptly with the provisions of that or
der, and to .and their written applications, an there
to provided. far preitione in the invalid Oorps, (Ma
ins the eh:erecter of their dleability,) with se little
delay as possible, to the Acting Asslniant Provost
Marshal General of the tints in which they may he.
finch Acting assistant Provost Marshal General will
at coo. forward the eppllcationa, with his tedors
meat, to the Provost Marshal General of the bums.
Officers forthe Invalid Corm will be appointed im
mediately upon famishing the papers required by
General Order No. 105, cf 1883, from War Depart.
meat. Theis pay and emoluments will commence
loom date of soceptache el such appointments, and
not from date of organnetion of the respective Isom.
mends to which they may be assigned.
J. B. /BT.
Provost Marshal General.
CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, &a
NEW CARPET STORE
NaPARLAND, COLLINS & CO.,
A AND 73 lIPTH STBIZT,
Between the Post Offla and Diratioll Building.
We here Jut neared air new stock, pinhead at
a great redactkin Iran prices of tut epilog, am
mains a meet extensive and completa eaananwat of
nary deectiptime of goods In our line, whieh we aki
for sale at a small advance on art.
We eaopero to all this stock at from TVS TO
TWallitr.irvz IJE (MIT. 1.1103 than the tame
good. are now ai li ng for In New Tort and Pillaried•
• Ufa. felflanw
Bp purchases made la the naMt . dspmesten of the
Ilastessi Markets, we are roseittai tits newt Put,
term to BRUSSELS sad IIiGRAINS, cad are Otte
to al. a complete maarteitrat el
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Ratting, &e l
With • Tap lamp reduction to prism
OLIVER M'CLINTOOK do CO..
lb m ' , art STUMM.
FOR 1117147[26 11131711/111140
IV. are POI milks at the prim of • yew ago.
White, Checked and Fancy Matting',
In ivory style and of • raperlor quality.
OLIVRICWOLIWZOCK & CO.,
FORTIFY I FORTIFY
76 LABGL RIINTIICIET (broke) MULE%
POM 16 tole hoods high. Ogg be seta at Rd Um
Heat for three dip.
1••6.13t D. V. AIM.
CONTEOLLZB.B Ori/ON, Julia 91811, 1860.
CITY WRIGH SOALES.—L,SeaIoa Pro.
posalo, address N ee d Flows Committee of
Ceinetle, at aloe mall FBI.
DAY, Jolt Al, 1868, at 8 o'clock p m., for Weigh
mAstrra for the smr.rol City Wolgh Bede. •
1110dege .81 mete Isom much per mat. el the pea
menu. orioles from red 8:sk• the* MCI PAY to the
clip for the us. of the mom.
Je23.td JOIIN MoCARCIO, Controller.
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
Comer Clito and radiona &redo.
010. A. KELLY, Prcgcletar
BPASKLINCI SODA WATIN
PATINT MILDIOLIZS, ao
WM. A. WARD,
Hu nmoved his ales to the Oouu Or Hato aim
Lumen thaw; above Itenehaw's Eton, entrance
oa Liberty street.
ouroalcs hours from 9 a. m. tills p. m.
ri - inE MERCANTILE LIIENEEB fot
the City of Pittaburalt ore deem and kayo to be
Dead on or Wire the Ist of duly, sr Um City Treas
urer's MON to order to MO bang placed in the
hinds of an Alderman for collection. -
WM. ICIOLIDAIIM. Treasurer.
lime M. Wok Jetellt
-IVIEXW ILN MUBTANti LtNIMItNT
ogres Bbeamethm enrol Paine In the Beek
aid corm Bruiser. Strain,, Baran, lietk Cott,
or Wound. or any kind.
Tor sale et 010. A. HILLY'S CENTRAL DBIIO
WORN. iter. oak% end lidera streets left
AlakitON !MOH OLLLAN,
&arable for .tonal Cram 011.
Swam of r. HAISIR.
Jatlittt £3O J I.aa haala Arran.
77 and 79 Markat,Streat.
CHEAP! CHEAP! MEAN
EllW! =WI NEW,
.13.41.3 FL 3EL 3mi R'S.
69 Market Street.
S-. a Q, El 5,
M. A. MT 1 1 1 Ea
ORIANIR THAN AM.
y r ..,
N. A—Parham:Ls sus oars MCI I
GEST% do, for nit%
Do. LIMED PANT EITII7r;
MAIISZILLZS, plaid and Oln;
UNIX CHZOKB ;
DLOUEII LIHINS ;
oorromuna, toe Pea*
HZII7I7CKY SEAMS AND TWINDB;
IMAM 81710118 CLOTH;
And • fall sonnetninnt goo& of onnri drieription
on lunds and sidling
Cheap Bar Ceuta.
ociumni ;:r immune AND
EATON. KAMM & CO.,
Nos. 17 LSD 19 Fzm arazal,
Jobbers sad Riptides of
EIrISHHINK HOOP HUM
1101201916/12!, OEM OBLIVIN
BIBBOHB, RIIOHIII, OMAHA TEM
nomar, awns. sipirrse, TAU
AM sorrisuat at •
aIIALLI, WAX= AIM H 021013.
TM law Woos es which car stook vas ovrobased
viable, as se ogler ladaorasate So OM and
OOMPH! NTS. lIIILLIBIBEI dad
MOUES, sada who buy to sill mem.
TO ARRIVE TO-DAY,
600 PIECES _
Ths trade mapplhol
MACRIIM & GLITDIPS,
U Nun= simmer,
1.13 Between Poenrik and d.
FDLEOI, DZSID&MI LID GIMP
DRY' Gt• 0 03D
Atlli Mend It
LAU. AL'ABOY * 00.'2.
140 MIDAIR num, ansituss.
ENLIL AND ulna I,AND.
Ia choke Wars aati atylaa. Taticion PALM sad
BHAtiat PAU, at knout galas
TUE Nair MOBS,
ng Boxsrr Immix
Illegsat goods of Roads ssaalluivie. ND*.
alai" for retaLl trod*.
zoos, swarm a OD.,
SUN UMBISIMIJA-41. /am ana
amps iumisent of BIM ANDVINGIILIC
BUN lIEBBILLO . 86 lalreg postbk_
whowarna ing a* as Pk". 10
80111113 BIBBOHB * SLOWIES,
sugar d cambsaira HATS
BBL 51101111 HATO;
And a nary °fury lbw cd
awns, usosvm a pa,
No. 17 /UM time.
avroN, *Amyx t axes,
No. 11' Pun amt.
r gOo no,
CIIIIPMIE LACE SHAWLS;
NA - MILL& lIRAWLI;
- BILE 'FHAWLS:
B mam?, A. r ANot SILKS.
e.HITLA ND b.SAW LEI
At nanatd pekes.
BILK dicrattig :
s 4 BLACK HAILNA: N ;
YARD wi s O K SILKS;
06 L1C18,1 cs loc.
CDs 0n.113, wFifti4e
SOMMilt DB= GOODS, and
BILK, CLOTH AHD EIIMMILIt MANTLS:BI
Al wheel! prices, a
13 .13 M
COI3IiTR.Y STOREKEEPERS AND
RETAIL DEALERS, 01 the dty and retigh
boting towns, ars isrpntfally Invited to Gammas
oar stock ar
TRIBMINGS. NOTIONS, Rosyssy jk clown ,
YELBSOIDEIII6B, RIBSONB, NOOSES,
LAO 000D4. BEA D-t,set AsS es
NETS, SU I STB, COSS STS,
RAIN AND SON
TS: REA Ds,
• Plti 8,
And the Tad= small art!clts fit oar Nat of buetran.
Iu our Wholeads roperlmenq ru the second and
third dare, VIII be found esteem.. aseorttrieuts of
the *niche enumerated shoe We thereto. solicit
e all from all buyer ysarei that with our lamvall•
ed hotlines we can Ora them bargains In the qtallty
of ear Etna.
..... 0. GLYDE.
11LA.CRI:117 & GLY-DE,
• B BABELT STSBET,
Between Yount' end thelem,n4.
SIIPHRIOR HOOP E.KIRIS I
Osborne a Cluermild's Premium and Imperial Garet;
Do do Qusker Sti,t;
Do do I.xtre Cool Pl
ittIe.WILSAS grid extra lone. for itrge Weed sod tall
Largos, Tbe Crinoline Draperle or French bklrt.
A lull line of Bradley's klrt. el we3e on hand.
BATON, al nofl el a 00 .,
1.43 stn. Is %net la Infth sttgget.
.1v?1 U 8 lEA~rs.
' y , PITTEMITRWI 7 T1.37.1'
.1. ....we...emu. • H.-Ovaamerna.
PIM= ar Antrum= —Ptira te Boars!, r. 5 00; 012.
ftzta In P212111n Ban. In n 0; Pa:guano sad Duna
Chair% 60 was rarally Urals, 55 pail
(Mond Gallen, 2S caata ; Oulored Banes, 50 unto ;
Elstkiry, 16 emu.
11111113ein5t of li k e LIZZIE GILLST;
An eethe new Irish Dra - ne, written by a young
lady of Pittsburgh, entitled,
Ireland's_ Bights and Ireland's Wrongs.
LADY !X GILLET.
Champion dance bit eein'two - Imint gentlemen of
Winnow gh, ths Planer to be pi•eai.ticl with a SIL.
Bong and D•nca_... 'BMW( VA.I7G`I
Boadlng WIC* likclainted......L.,ZZ tE GL IoLOT
To conclude Teitll
OLIVER TWIST. •
N &NOT —.TAZZIS
BILL BMW+ ..... Mr. R DOUR R ZErr
GRAND JCVIINiILE CONCERT,
MX.C.01_.310.R Et A.X..L.
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY evening., Jana With
Ondar the dtrectlcn of
PROS. W. H. SLACK
HirDoore open at 7% o'clock p. ea. Cosoert cam
=tenon at "1"34. pleoltely.
1111r2leketa, 25 CENTS; Children cloche 13 yews
daze 15 0.111T:5-4o be had et the Book btores, W.
A. Beadle Dreg /BM', sea Cl the door.
The Plano and on the ...Moo 'sill be of the osist
bratel &Joiners, male, kindly inrxdshed by kleura.
Elabar A Bso., Agent..
U. J 0.115 0. OREM,
7E2 CELENIATZD 0112,11P10N,
Who altered to fight sty clan in America. and who
Li now about sultan a match to tight the yours
gloat, JIM ZbLIOT C. Sur too thousand dollars,
will We a grand eshlblthot In
MOZART 13.66.11,1 4 Seventh St.
On TRIMLY EVENING. Jane 26tb,1883.
sr. osam will be esslsted on this ooradon by
some of the first elms sparser. or the city.
The entertalammat wall OClteltule with a grand db.
Play of the cleanly art between J. U. OWEN and
JOHNNY HMah4 f.
Mgr Doors open at 734, performance to commence
at 11 p'clook. wicket', Jr2t3t
VIVANTED.—S6O NANNTII want
TT tis at $6O 'moth, espouses paid, to sell
Our Prank &hind Builtera, sad thirteen
other new, mend and carious snick*. fifteen dr.
calms nottfire. Addrate.
mrennisater MAW n•OLARK. Biddeford. Me.
WANTED. --$73 • woliT 1- 1 want to
hiss Agents in .ray count:, at 875 • month,
apnea pad, to sill my =if chaup Family berth;
a dzes, H. 11 , 11)180N,
intlazmrT A Ifrtd, Maine.
TIO.N' Sal LES.
VALIIABLB STOCKS LT AUCTION.
v —On TIIISDAT SATNNINB.• June 80th, et
o'eloot, will be sold. at the Oontnasndal &dee
Nem; No. 54 Filth
street: Sabana Nneongalnla Ravings Beak Illttb:
10 do Bank ot Pittsburgh (stock;
10 do People's hum ado, 00. Stock;
SD do Watern Inouronos 00. Block;
N) Monongahela /Immo* Co. Stock;
4 do Nonongsbele blite on Co. !Stock:
jot . DAVIN & Mel tsatt /
ADMININTE , ATOR't3 SV HALE OF
131 . 0014.—0 n TUESDAY /111£0, Tama
Stab, at olock, will be told. at theZ tatamsrtial
Saks lamb Na 61 /alai street, by order of ILdwhs
latwtr, Lig Adtel'irtf James in orotand, dso'd
100 shares Bank of Pittsbargh 4 tock;
£0 do Blohangs Bank Wool:.
jolt. Wale & eaczLN AIHA Anoen.
D 131313L1LN PESBLIS LIPHUTADLES.
....Yfointikitanding the it 41*Aa et Jealous
I=ngo maws, who entre to the
811118L121 PEBBLE SPZOTAOLKB '
Aro daily the misname a isiononeiti of oar
editions. All that Is asked Is to examine ell other
Ip=i; then and szonetne the BUSMAN
ma. Tor obi by
7. DIAMOND, Pructt cal OpOolita.
tiaedectater at the Itasday. rebblo ll9ectudir,
g 9 Mb 'tract. Monateg Past mat=
rprEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT
PALLS.—We tateittla method of bibrating oar
Meads and the public generally that we are now
prepared to NXTE&OT 'l'll/ITH WITHOUT PUN
In Ma practice of Dentistry. ' Uwe who hare two ,
W i lma pre twYoall, as l ba ' as ay e n"F
ratite we have in we but been thoroughly tested dors
four rot., Daly ettabilenteg the cafe
character of the aeration. Ho Druga
or Onentkalt pot Gainalo Battss7 used. All those
wishing the earth*" of • good
Wlll do indl to con and oottealt with
' JA.IIIO - B. NINO, D. D. 8.,
No. WI Fifth atreet t
or, DA.D. NINO,
Wham= No 41 Oadtbaeld at.. Pittsburgh.
B. B. Bumw,
lisinctia,a b ikirs37 itir=ttlia pi
W. 45 ISKITIMIIM 1,31113L1T,
• to usextmet Krnmui mum a11C740.
TOW) 101 141/YDUcoontaatit ea Mal, eh)*
la we will IQ at the Invest otos fa aux.
fix, GLOVER CO..
PM SHIM TILLS, ORIXISBISEI, war --
dram Mill ADD OBILIOUILZ CLAY.
Umi Z. B. Ammar Dico, Pi py
sir (Wail sr* Nipalle obliadtad. is dints
• oxeir prima v
N., Moue jaxt naiad at
jot - 1101I0MAILEB 4 LANG%
. 'WS CS;
at a tilLl2l