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ipiftshtugh Oludtit. SATURDAY MORRISS, JUNE 27. Union Count) Ticket. Par Prodded lAA b A. UAW 614. HMS HILIPLOY. • L JOHN P. M ALL AL. ALTRI° BLACK. In. HANS B. assltON. m. XX. H. DINNIBTON; - T. THOS. J. BIGHAX. Per cA.bamt. WIL A. RIBBON. Per Oaf° Trauma: DAVID AILIN G Ja. • Per Imirdir. ABDUL HeOLIFIX WN. BIGHA r lar r N.. Par Ainft , CamAinoadr. .4111011GZ HAMILTON. Par Diwtor oaf As POlO. JOHN T. BRAVO. Wbat Lee is About In I articles on the probable plan of campaign entered on by the rebel Gen eral, when be made his late movement around Hussies right into the valley of the Shenandoah, we have given the out lines of the most important views presented in the following admirable and comprehen sive statement, which we find in the New 'fork Rooting Post, of Thursday, and which, u certainly onetif the best and ablest of the many.attemptei lo penetrate the veil of strategy, which we have yet seen among the military lumbrations of our contemporaries, we commend to the atten tion of our readers: • ' . In 'arguing, some weeks since, that the circumstances of the rebel government were such as to render a grand and desperate demonstration necessary, we rested the opinion upon these considerations: 1. That the army of Lee could net support Itself where it was, and particularly if it were threatened with another attack by Hooke*. 2. That it must secure a safer position and 'access to the harvests in the fertile valley of the Shenandoah; and, 8. That it must 'stifle the effect of the enormous rebel losses in the Southwest bath at home and abroad, and cover the movements of detachments to repair those losses by a pompous and noisy project of invading the Free States. Since then the rebel general has begun the execution of thli antioipated movement; and the efforts he has made thin far only confirm us In the conjecture RA then made as to its objects. The exact position of Lee and his main force is unquestionably known to the au thorities from actual observation, and we think, on mere military logic, that it has been found to be a line in the Shenandoah valley, stretching from Front Royal Gap on the right to Winchester on the left. Outlying detachments probably occupy Luray on the extreme right, and Martins burg, with a strong squint towarde Har per's Ferry, on the extreme left. All the intermediate gaps, by which the valley de beaches throughthe Blue Ridge into London valley, must be strongly held, as they are very easily fortified and defended. As a base of operations this position is stronger then that before Fredicksburg, which was simply defensive, while it furnishes far mere advantageous lines of operation. It is se cure %itself, both on flank and rear, because of the impassable mountains 4 bn all side commands the line Grope of the valley, which, as they are. gathered, can be safety moved to the South; and it 'musbles the commander to organize extensive forays for plunder into Maryland and Pennsylva nia, threatening the cities of Baltimore and Harrisburg on the one side, arid by an oo castanet look into the Cumberland region keep Wheeling and Pittsburgh in an ac tive feverof alarm. Some d these raids hive been made al ready by the cavalry brigades of Jenkins, which seem to be coming and going, like a weaver's shuttle, between Will and Chambersburg, every day or-two- but other and more serious exomaions, we doubtnot, will be attempted; not like these, for pur poses of plunder simply, but in the hope of withdrawing a part of Hooker's force this side of the Potomac, and so weakening the army which now keeps its eye so vigilantly and sternly upon his movements. Should Hooker permit himself to be decoyed by his agile opponent into a separation of his forces, which we are quite sure he will not be, it would be in the power of Lee, from . his almOst inexpugnable fortresses in the mountain; to shoot down, through the gaps, as so many sallying porta, upon the remaining troops, which, unless they were mush stronger than kg-would fare badly. Hooker does well, then, to remain just where he is; for while he does so, he may be certain that Lee will not expose his line of- communication, and risk, in fact, the entire destrnotion of his army, by moving it to the north side of the Pctomso, and to wards Baltimore and Wishiugton. It is obvious to the glance of the merest adept in military science that, unless Lee has double the number of men he is commonly supposed to have, the fataleet thing he could do would be to follow in the track of the columns which he has Bout late Pennsyl veal& They , are doing the work required of them, indeed, So Well, that Lee will not, for the present, interrupt their success by any other interference than an occasional reinforcement of their strength. When Lee assumed his new base, we are of opinion that he did not mean to fight or anticipate fighting any great battle; be cause if he bad intended combat he would have at once and ip the first instance re peated the flank attach upon Hooker's forces which was no successful in the cam paign against Pope.. He had ample time if he had had opportunity for accomplishing that mancenvre• ' but instead of wheeling upon our right, through Thoroughfare Gap, as he did before, he went , farther on very quietly, by way of Print Royal, and sur prised-Milroy in his isolated and unsup ported position at - Whichester. It is strange, by the Tar, if the General-in- Chief knew of Lee s contemplated Move monk, that Whey was not properly fore warned and strengthened, or, better still, withdrawn; for if the design was to hold the Shenandoah valley, Winchester was _not the rasa craned. For thetpurpose as any good topographical engineer who had been over the ground would have told him, F rent Boy el, or the triennia:space between that place, Strasburg and Middletown, would shave been incomparably better, ad mitting both of a more vigorous defence and an equally safe retreat. A range of hills which separates the Shenandoah river from its north fork abruptly terminates at that -point in an almost impregnable military poidtion. Bat let that pass. It Is more important to suggest another probable reason for Lee's selection of his now She, and his preferring it to the chances of another battle. It is that he is , much weaker than he ,was at the time of the battle of Chencellorsville. Ho haa been made weaker we think, by the imperative neoesalty .the rebels are under to drive Grant, away from Vicksburg if they can. Bragg has reinforced Johnston as much as he could, and Lee has been compelled to eend his troops to supply the vacancy in Beni's numbers. In other words, he has been forced to entrench himself, as we may say, among the mountednato hide and shel null* nakedness, is well as to secure • support, and . promote •the other objects of the campaign to which we alluded in the C47lgtit. Nor can It be denied that in this 11 his movement displays • high degree military sagacity; for while be remains there he can scarcely •be reached directly by form In the meantime he can do us a wait amount of damage by his Polfe defensive," as /*mini would tam his plan; and Mean only be dislodged by s superior degree .of • aWI.. If Genorld Hooker has force enough to spare' fifteen or: twenty thou asid troop% who, by a rapid smelt OR besides shrold ineesed destroying Leis line of commtudeaflons is thattdfra ntion, he can at least plop the raid into Pen- sylvania; or if the President will accept our offer of yesterday; of fifty thousand Veterans, and est them - to work in • way easily indicated, not only will these north ern tours be stopped, but Lee and all his squadrons will sand away in quicker time than they have ever made to save them- selves from utter annihilation. We have said that Lee would make more formidable incursions into Maryland and Pennsylvania to divide the force of Gen. Hooker, if he could ; bat though that would be his principal purpose, he would still keep his eye upon any undefended city; and the authorities of those States, not con tent with fortifying the towns, should raise a strong and permanent force for self.pro tection. Governor Parker, of New Jersey, we see, with singular fatuity of judgment, pronounces the exigency passed, and recalls the troops of his State by proclamation. The real exigency, however, for the neigh borhoods threatened has scarcely come, and we are at a loss to account for the singular action of the Governor. Halms we wish Lee to succeed in his plan, by compelling the government to withdraw the army of Hooker from its present admirable attitude to the less effective defence of the frontiers, we shall do all that we can to assist in the effort of voluntary defence made 4 7 the State authorities. No personal piques, no political misunderstandings, no local jeal ousies should be allowed to interfere for one moment with this mad purpose of patriotism. —lt is only necessary to add, by way of explaining the reference, in the last para graph but one, to the ' , offer of fifty thou sand veterans," that our contemporary, in a previous issue, had strongly urged upon the'Covernment to meal from the several points on the coasts of North and South Carolina and Virginia, fifty thousand of the troops now there, leaving only detach ments for garrison and other duties—is suggestion well worthy, to say the least, of early and earnest consideration, especially if Lees army is really of the numerical strength now generally stated. An Engltahman on the War.. The Invasion of Pennsylvania and Maryland Anticipated, eta. Professor FLAMM W. NEWILLN, in a let ter, dated London June 10, addressed to Mr. EsssLioZ3T and published in the Boston Treuucript, makes the following in teresting and sagacious remarks on the probability of an invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania by the rebels, and on the inilitary situation, and the character and prospects of the struggle generally. A contemporary, speaking of Prt;fessor NEWMLA'S letter, says that he exhibits a sagacity and forecast which we wish some of our Generals would occasionally parallel : "Evidently the troops of the Bduth, driv en to despair like starving wolves, can out march your armies, if they go with rifles alone, and a few days' rations, unburdened by cannon and by wagon trains and, like Garibaldi in ,Northern Italy, may possibly get through and around you into Pommy], vtuals, and burn and destroy as fiercely as Gen. Grant at Jackson. I am sure that this la the only military policy of the South which can succeed; and if I were a Penn sylvanian or a Marylander, I should be all alive to fortify and ward at every point of access. This is the only side (except our abominable privateers) on which I feel alarm for you. "I am sorry to feel how low in my esti mate many of the English gentry, aristoc racy and statesmen have fallen, not pnly as to their morality, but as to their fore. sight. Those who have substantially come round to your side—who can no longer help seeing that the success of the South would have been a curse to humanity—still go on moaning about the bloodshed and the rav age in a tone of equal disapproial, and can not yet understand that this is a necessary result of the fanaticism of the South, which alone ie to blame; nay, not alone—English men who have fostered the South share the blame largely. "In our last Russian war I lok on it as having been of very secondary importance where the war went on. At least one thing was certain—the Emperor Nicholas being fanatically resolved' to 'spend his last man and his last musket' in the cause of his schemes against Turkey—whether we fought in tha Crimea or on the Danube or Dnieper, would not alter the certainty, that no peace could be had till a million Rue eland! bad perished; which, I believe, is not over the reality. In like manner, with a power se fanatical and so able to control Its own population as that of which Jefferson Davis is President, nothing short of a de &traction of its military capacities, can bring yon peace. "That this entails upon you a terrible loss of Northern life, is your calamity; not your fault. I have always called Eastern Virginia 's trap,' and have deprecated your venturing into it; but whether the blood shed needed to cripple the South take places on their northern, eastern or western bor der matters little. 'God grant you a unan imous resolve to use negro regiments to the fullest extent that you can get them 1 With this resolve your victory is all but ROW" Pam Port Hudaea...Progreee of the Set gegglts Capture Certain. A letter to the Boston Joined from Port *Hudson on the 11th Inst., says : The robot works are thoroughly Invested, and any other result than that of an oTentalll stmender is impossible. Over • hundred plugs of ordnance—heavy sedge gang and light field nieces—are in easy position to an noy the foe, and • battery of 0-inoh Dahlgren guns has been planted in General Augur's front, manned by marines, under command of Lieutenant Commander Terry of the Bleb mond, which Is doing tee robots great dam age. Two mortar batteries have oleo been greeted, and the thundering "missiles from these instruments are messengers of death and disaster to the ,Confederate army. A general bombardment is kept hp day sad night, allowing the rebels no rut or respite. The corn mill inside the works and the oom ,missery building have been destroyed by our lUD, and the siz thousand mon who fought uon the 37th ult., are depleted by death, datums and demotion. Perhaps lily prison ers have come In daily, mainly deserters who peeped from the rebel trench's, and came willingly inside if our lines.. They bring tales of dentin:llion and sulfectsg which leads one to wonder at the fanaticism with which many of the southern soldiers cling to the cause of the Confederacy. Poor fellows 1 The malls have not ressohni them lately in Port Hudson and they have not hard of Grant's vionsiies up the river and the defeat of Johnston's foray; so, They. tak• heart from the hope that he la oomlog down to-re inforces them. Their's is • vain hope. Gov ernor Pentad sent over • saberable squad of men from Mississippi, who larked in our rear for a few days, but when CoL Olerson's cav alry and Gen. Palne's Wentz; went out In pursuit their position was not disoovered." Gen. Illiman's brigade of Negro troop, had bun ordered up to Pert Hudson, when it was engaged in throwing up entrenchments. What the /Kebob Axpeeted to do with the Athiata. It Is 'Welkin a private later received is Washington from an °glom of the Weekiw ken that the Atlanta Solt one million of dol lars, was suppled fora long cruise , of the sae of whisk in raking the blocks& all along the coast, including the recapture of Port Boys], Norfelk and Portsmouth, and the destrustion of the Washington Nary Yard, the most extravagant anpatlons bad been entertained by thd the rebels. The Atlanta bore the new rebel flag, which, under the taw of the rebel Congress, was not to be displayed till the first of July. The Atlanta hat the honor to be the gest rebel vessel to strike the sew beaus of treason to the stirs and stripe'. The writer adds: "If we were stronger tbaa the Atlanta :I think It likely we were mere Wane also, forms wore as kind to her oX are uto bulbul. Ole ef thew geld to the impala of the OkezukretPoilloroviikt tie optauljalsomeit ifl:Poth . Tex Ise abettor than we should weed you. We should have pat all you Wimp in doable hoes.' " The Rebels la illarylaad..4anction of Hooker with the Force at ME. rylaad freights. The Baltimore American, of Wednesday evening, furnishes the following important information : There is no longer any doubt that Gen. Lee purposes a renewal of his attempt of last year to capture Washington by the Maryland route, and that more sanguinary battles will be fought on the soil of Mary land. His advance in the Cumberland Valley is merely for forage and supplies, and he is believed to have no purpose or thought of penetrating as far as Harris. burg. The rink of such a movement would be too great to venture upon, and its re sults, even if successful, would not advanci the rebel cause. Besides, such &movement would enable Hooker to get in his rear, and the result could , not but be disastrous. Our latest intelligence from western Ma ryland this morning is to the effect that at daylight a portion of General. Ewell's forces, csonsisting of artillery, infantry, and cavalry, were advancing in the direc tion of Frederick. The head of his col umns was reported as on this Bide of South Mountain, about four miles west of Middle town, and about twelve miles from Freder ic*. Our troops in Frederick consist only of cavalry, which will of course be compelled to fall back if the enemy approaches in force. We have no intelligence as to the movements of Qen, Hooker, though it is be lieved that he will to-day have a large force in -- Frederick county arrayed between the enemy and Washington and Baltimore. The position of the contending forces will then be precisely that of last year when General McClellan assumed command and advanced on Lee and Jackson, wT the ex ception that our army, instead f being compelled to cress at Washington, now oc cupies the whole Virginia shore up to Har per's Ferry, and will cross at the same fords that Lee entered Maryland by last year. The garrison at Maryland Heights, in stead of being isolated, now forms the right wing of Hooker's army, and we learn has been placed under his command, making it virtually a strongly posted reinforcement to his army. The movement of Lee to wards Frederick this morning is probably to interrupt the junction of the army of the Potomac with Harper's Ferry, and ant them off from direct communication. We learn, however, that a train of oars left this morning for Harper's Ferry, which would indicate that this contingency has been provided for by General Hooker, and that the junction has already been made. The Rebel Occupation of Cumber land--Destruction of Property. A letter, dated Cumberland, Maryland, June 21, gives the following account of the rebel occupation of that place: We have been completely cut off in our communication with any place eine° last Tuesday. On Wednesday, the 17th, Col. Imboden, with about three hundred men, took pos session of this place, and held it four hours. He came in at seven p. m., and lett at eleven. They destroyed no property of any kind in or near the town—neither govern ment, private, canal or railroad. I think it is all owing to their fear that our town es caped from their hands so easily. They had a train of from sixty to seventy wagons near Old town coming In this di rection, and to be 'loaded at this place, but were frightened so badly that they left without bringing them here. Col. Imboden sent a company of one hundred men about tea miles west of this place to tear up the rails from the Baltimore road, and to report to him here if there was any danger from our forces in that direction. This company, while working on the road, saw some five hundred or six hundred of Milroy's men retreating to New Creek, and became so badly feared that they made all huts across the mountains into Vir ginia; instead of joining Imboden's forces at thin place. Imboden sent a squad out far them, but not hearing from them be came frightened and left town, ordering his train of baggage wagons back.• Had it not been for this they would have carried off what they wanted and destroyed the gov ernment, oanaland railroad property, which they could have done without any inter ruption. Everything is still in confusion here. We can hear nothing reliable from any dis tance east or south of us further than eight miles. It is generally believed that the aqueduct at Williamiport is partly blow up, and that the tow-path is out away for some distance about twelve miles below here. I have also heard that one of our boats, the General Rosacrans, was harmed to the wa ter's edge, and that the Maggie Miller and Hibernian were partly burned, but my In formation is not positive. We have now two regiments of infantry, Ringgold's cavalry and three , pieces of ar tillery here, which I hope will make some attempt to defend the place, should Imbo den make his appearance again and not allow him to get o 2 so easily. All the railroad bridges we can hear from between here and Williamsport are destroyed. la t ling from North Carolina. The steamer Albany, which arrived at New York on Thursday, from Nowbern, on the 22d, brings some interesting news from North Carolina. No rebel troopi remain in North - Caro. lina except cavalry, so far as can be ascer tained by our forces and by the officers of our vessels which sail up the rivers of the State. The steamer John Ferrin was sent up about the 20th last, with orders to commu nicate with the rebelsunder a flag of truce. The twit aware were exoeedingly well received by the rebel cavalry, and one of our men was permitted to ride into the country a distance of seven miles, by a rebel other, who proposed to lend his horse for the purpose. An escort attended, and the utmost good feeling was manifest ed. Nothing of importance was noticed on the journey. The Federal and Rebel pickets no longer ire upon each other. They converse freely together, anti they sometimes make cap tures, but not by shooting. An. increasing disposition is noted on the part of the North Carolinians to avoid hostilities. An enrolment for military service is going on at Newborn. The Gets include the names of all the able-bodied white men; there is some opposition by the secession ists, but the great majority of the inhabi tants do not object; on the contrary, a con siderable proportion cordially 'favor the movement, inasmuch as it is understood that • home guard is to be constituted, which will be mod only for the protection of the city of Newborn. It is said, however, that the enrolment is in progress in other dis tricts in Gen. Foster's department. There is growing confidence in the entire encases of Gen. Wild's efforts to raise a brigade of Mach troops. Babel Darlng--AR Ambush—Capture of Three Huadred of onr men, etc. A letter tram Alexandria, dated the 211 d, ys s " The moat Impudent audacity of which the rebel cavalry have given on an earnest, Is re- Mt4to hails occurred Friday afternoon . 4 By some mecum 600 of them got Into a thicket of wood or grove, but a few rods In front of Gen. Pleasanton's Imadquarters at Alas, where they lay In welt till a squad of our cavalry chanced to pass through the town, when they °barged out et their place of con °ailment and captured about 300 of our men. Upon the alarm being given they were par. : aced some four miles by oar foram, a small number killed andabo=prisoners taken, but our own sea not On 'dotards; night, at about ten o'elook, se wi t Cu ef ounply tuba Iris /between Chastely sitaildle, guided adetealumost of a nt ley hnnepluale, ea , a pato of mounted Mils dashed la upon bog the aids of the read, esptukti eight of oar men, bat owing to the darkness the treht wiped. The Pirates Rad Emigrant Ships. Ina recent letter from Liverpool, speak ing of the still increasing audacity of the rebel pirate Semmes, and the apprehension of attacks on emigrant vessels, the writer remarks : . The immense number of emigrants leav ing Ireland for America has given rise to some fears as fo the fate of an American emigrant Teasel meeting a Confederate pirate. There is, however, no cause for anxiety on this score. Semmes and his compeers will never attack an emigrant vessel. They cannot convey a large cargo of emigrants to ports, and they dare not burn them up in the ship. ere is a certain disposition to sward e Confederate cruisers the credit of s h sae and gen tlemanly conduct so y accorded to Byron's "Corsair." Bat it should be recol lected that to destroy one single life would render Semmes I genuine outlaw pirate in the eyes of all the world; and the destruc tion iif en emigrant ship would- speedily result in ridding the ocean of his hateful presence. Rey. H. W. Beecher on the Sea and Sea-Sickness In his first letter from Earope, I'M,* ap pear' in this week's Independent, Mr. Saxons., writes thee of the tea and sea•eiokness: " I would not barter one square foot of land for thefee•simple of the whole Atlantic ocean. I had rather be Napoleon on Helena than Nelson on this conqueror. Blessed be the land, and thrice blessed, and the reverse on the seal Amen. . . "And yet, why should a mat be tea-tick? It is inexcusable. The antidotes are hun dreds, and the remedies thouands. They may be coupled in pairs and opposites, for they are at point-blank contradiction with each other. "'Be lure you don't .meddle with spiritu ous liquor..' *Take s little good brandy-ani . water every day.' 'Nothing settles the stom ach likes glass of champagne.' 'Bottled ci der will be found an excellent article.' Bat, In fart, if a man it sea-tick, weir be to him if he meddle with any of there ; and if he is sot lick, why should he tamper with remedies? It lc all a mere matter of fore-ordination. Those who are predestined to it will 'sows by no medicine and no diet, sidlhose who are act will go on with impunity under almost all degree of imprudence." The Pirate Semmes and English Merchants. We find the following in a recent letter from Liverpool: The captain of one of the vessels recently captured by the Alabama, reached this Place lately, and gave an interesting account of his experience, which rather galled cer tain citizens of this secession loving town. When Semmes boarded his vessel, Captain Adams confidently produced a document signed by the Mayor of Liverpool, certify ing that the cargo was the property - of English holders. Did this impudent Semmes care for that? Not at all? He plainly told the astonished captain that the Mayor of Liverpool was nothing to him. "If mer chants will ship goods in American bot tom," he added, "they must suffer the con sequences." The Army of the Cumberland in Mo. We find the following highly important intelligence in the Cincinnati Gazette of yesterday : We received •a business dispatch from Murfreesboro last evening, but nothing from our correspondent. We mention these two facts to show that the wires were in order ; and second to indicate that Nur freesboro is no longer the headquarters of the Army of the Cumher/ancf. The Nashville Union of Tuesday reports Shelbyville evacuated by the rebels, and that our forces from Triune lead moved to take possession. We may anteipate stirring news from Tennessee. Senzaisra of the creditable energy man ifested so generally by our people in the work of fortifying the city, a New York journal takes occasion to make a reference and suggests contrast, thus: "The people of Pittsburgh are evidently much more alive to the duty of the hour than the citi zens of the 'metropolis' which cools its feet in the waters of the Delaware. RELIGIOUS drOTICES. 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Apply at the helve of /Lenard W. Biltealey, Nik 120 Yana St To•awasow, (Saturday ) 97th lost., from oto 1 , o'clock. wages, $1.96 pr dip, Pod On/. N. 8. BATCH, jerindt Agent fit the Zstate. NOTICE TO JUROBS. Jmta Hera, ]BBB. oanzuo, That tha Olatk notify the Jaren ma monad In the Court of Ouster Sullen that their attendance Wit not be repined quill MONDAY', the Mt day of July next. Br ran anat. A thena W. A. Ilmor. Clerk. lagthlt GOVERNMENT BALK OF COTTON. —to puestieneaof the ditecitton of the flecreteto th of the Tr uwom sod of sotto* !telefax* pollaW, e leo o Me of ORTITAID AND ADAND9IIIIII OOTZON, WM be mute it Lbwi, Ma, on ' MONDAY; TIM •TM DAY OF IDLY raur. 411 lonsl3d. 1863' wig. P. /11.1414 ' pad a Agent, Traisary XElr 4D riznris FOURTH OF .11:118Y • 1863; SHOW . TOIIR COLORS. .436 CA , - El I trim 5 moles to 50 bee. RECHAIZOTAL FL.AOB I • BUITITHO PIAUI BILE: 11405 MIIBLIN rLAas AU cull Ilann on etkics. W Ho I drHange qnnlity Ind peke via Pastan nennuleture. M PIiTEUJURGH ?LAO MANI 17.4107081" at PITIODIVO NEWS DEPOT, MTH STREIT, OPPOSITZ THZ P. O. Jets 101 P RR'S MAGAZINE, for July. HABPNWS MAGAZINZ, for July. HARPER'S MAGAZIN', for July. AT for jelly. ATLANTIC' HOSTEL ATLANTIC MONTHLY, for July. , GODLY'S Lawn BOOK, for July. CIODRY'S LADY'S BOOK, for Jely. GODIT'S LADY'S BOOK, for July. !MUNSON'S MAGA ZINN, for July HALLOO'S MONTHLY; for July. LINLIZ'S MAGA HUM, for July._ CONTUAINTAL MONTHLY, for July. Ma. MIBBYMAN, for July. WINKLE NOTIONS. for July. BOOM Or PUN, for July. NICK RAZ, for July. Annum; laseezizz, yes J Ol 7. LADIIII. REPtIBITORY,forJny. All the MILITARY BOOKS* All the DIMS SOVILS and Other DIIIII4IOIISO All the late PAPRIS, MAI/AHEM sad NNW BOOKS. All kind . of STATIONBRY sad BLANK ROOM.. COLD PINS, the best that an made. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, the best and duped la the CARD PHOTOGRAPH PORTRAITS, So. Initials embossed on Papa end Inveleper, In the latest sad best style, at JOHN P. HUNT'S, Wholesale and Natal Hoek, Statlenry, Napalm sad Newspaper Imporium, IdASONIO HALL. FIFTH STREIT. Sr Eubactiptione nested for Papas and W anes. Ham n lagled. NEVER, KNOWN TO FAIL I 111105 5 3 AROMATIC BLACKBERRY CARMINATIVE, !la DOTZSZIOS REILLOT 701 DISSICINZT, MADAM, `. ILUX. CHOU= 11011 BUB AND BUM COMPLAINT. The lemma Wee Wally to the media of this remedy. The blttliereall dolly everts o eaten'allieg caret attest Ita veto% It has advantages our any other feettally, at came caring the alseme, and tm t ;ttog tow antatatagth to the .stem. IN sate sad banaleat to Infant, and powatfol In the adult cam.. Ts the eataler, eipsobaly, It It laratnabis. beteg appropriately tented by 9aa, In ataay-cartlatatee, "The Soldiers' Friend:" Statham Sod It owls: to soy soothing syrup fur childnn teething, trod bom the injurious sleets of ISABOOTIOB, Aires rot to the sufferer by rentosing the diem.. bed by niyortabb! dollen evirywbbre. tar Pr•oe, 26OINTEVA BOMA. razramax. OXLT llr Wit. F. DAVIDSON, leatay4 CDICIINB . 62I. 0 Pumas: Nearats. Sissznaa's Chrism • Insalditten, Key Pt, f NOTIOIL—The attention of all offieers who have been honorably dhoti on ao. count a wounds or disability, and who &alto tots. enter the sonic* in the Invalid Clone. is and to provbkos of General .13rden, Zito. 106, of ISM, ban the Wet Department, published in the papers diroegacat the amain. Mack teem ere to tune ly posy* with the mild= of= ar, and to send tick written applta so there. piorldsd. it Positionsibi the Invalid Corp.. bas ting the chan ib dar at their disability 4 with as little ridges passle, to tho action &Wigan& Provost or el the Item in which thsy b.. Blob dotag Anistant Pr at et goo kirwardthe applicetiona, with his indorse. teen to tho Primit lissabal Gene* of the Buda. lot the Invalid Clops will iw appointed ink isedlately upon. fmuliibbi the papas unshed by Gistuard Order No. 10104 Ug, from! Wes Depts. mat. Their psi and emoluments will anentente nom data al acceptaate et mak eptoolatments.- end not iron dart serudastkin a tan nepotist' sow Junk to which taw may be sealgeed. J. & nubbin Prom& Nankai dienssaL I DORTIFY ! FORTIFY! Oar Palm atonzurn, end estisiaction guns. pussrLtwors PHOTOGRAS I II ROOMS. 001111101 lillTH AID KAMM STELIMI. (4d and 8d stcdiss, (mar Riatiirdion's Jnrstry Litont, Prrnonmut, TA. PHOTOGRAPHS, at , arm dap aad styla, pleb or aalarad. troa the Molar Qatb do Video la Gretna and Lib Elsa. Hr. PORTIABOI won pertladarly call the at- taatku of the Aim um ilium to nub i 4 soosah of tale astabllshment. Wag iseduld bya dn. gloohoft fiat of stairs. pUMPf3I BRAD POlOl pews, ANTi-TAZIZESQ PUMPS, lIION WILL PUIPI, LAID PIMP% 110111 WILL PUMPIL YAZD WILL PDXES. • Wl= PUMPS, ALKALI PUMPS, • RAILROAD POEM PUMPS, =GINN 101101 PUMPS, LIQUID NANIQUI PUMPS, LIFT AND 70101 PUMPS, And many other PUMPS manulaotand by Octwhti On., Seneca Falls, N. F., snob am 001•DOOS PUMPS for Wall. and Cleterne, which can be =id with any kind of pipe. bruin try 11411,111, PAZZILL & 00., x 0.19 Fara dart CANVAS SHOES, CANVAS BMOIS, OLWYAI sad*. The outset mu; beet amblag Moo suds. A lot Jon me4l4 st ItsOLULLANDI AUCTION NOINUR ANCILILLANIYB AUCTION No= lle0;aL141111YB 4DOIROB 801781. 4007103 80081 J. 20 I. fraosainsa...... - - 'AKA& a. aaaa.. M:COLLIBTBIt & BABB, • If aaalladaans sad dada§ la all nada at TODAOOO, gINONY AND MAN& Na lee WOOD MUM Partravaut. Pa. amstant= 3. band "p no*" of Pim end emoting , =Mb OoNTROLLIIIIII 0 1 / 1 01. Joullash.l6:ll3. nITY WEIGH SOALEti—Ssalea pcaala, War De med lo ihe notate Owinnlttee of Conacilo, will recelwal at Me Mho until Ma. DAY, July lid, at a o'clock 0. m., for Walgh muter, tor eke moral Oily Welsh Iloilo. Diadem will Web how mach per one. of the for. miaow &Wog Doak wild Bohm they will pq to the oily for the onset the Name. Mad JOB& N , O&RGO. Oontroller. MaIOAN MUSTANG LINIMENT urltheamatlas. mar Pak Os, In ;Hick and Bias, cans Angler, V lean% Bum, Moth Oath or Wo of any klad. ror unds at 010. A. MILLI% OIStRAL MUG STORM. cer.l:lldo and roles] Know latl flpi QUM' OITRATH Ei/iGNISIA is psuisetmi a w beat multi" In 81ok apadrany mows aeke Stoma* Bsoulblus, sad all aus. Y lants "dein from /Mail. - Noe eels et 0110. A. cum' o=al7tlL DRUG STORIO, arose Ohio sad rederal mons. Wa COLUMBLi 'HOLM, T. ebb ant eler EOOLM PE win MEA be elm be lie realm glen daunts ea 'Joao eftb. Late. -J. P. 0•1101, Proninat. FM • LAMM 100[ 1711LLA3, bailable he storbar Clarke pn. wet RlDfNnourrln 1. wals an,— ' I . ,IQUL L ) . • liiir.—Blair I Wyatt's Livdd, neklag. bt it. Jaw atteates.' dank=- art natind earl toe sok at, 010. A. NILLTII TAAL DIIOO MORA ear. Okla aad Poderal stmt. T~~~ PA i .41ir r 1 14 .4 d A If 1.. t) Sant Om. 411.1=z2L —OLEO. St. LOUIS, NO. Pax Ox. nom 2.20. Luta .OL 01 , A of • Nuansuk--. .01. , WATEL-16.40. Hanna aesepad the Aver Ihr the oar of the !lisps MAX, Naar wear Pt. Loots, No., I la the the attention of aloe and Orel Manotaaterwe to tlio Unlink glen err, se reported by Prof.. A. A. 4.7 f,. oftogether Boron, and J. a. Booth, et Philookol. 9 1 4 wn . with tar . sum by assuarotam the es to Pittsbughot odor, Man expert nar sad St. Louts. detonator it to be the purest and wet makehie ClaY now known, whether Noralga or Amerken. Foto made tom Whine stood In the glasslhorlises from e3j to 9 months. the Analysis' is ot - thoOky as taken from the mins, without any nuking or pmearatia what. err. /t possum peat edreirenees art gariths, which ate not shown by the Award* end whisk admit of the admixture of a large proportion ot shell er Ironed clay. • I eon now Piertud to El onion for the above Cloy, to be skipped from lit. boob or dalitead her. ALEX. GORDON, No. 191 911002111 Ater Prrrommant, Pe. UKTILWRSTERN • tILIINE tili• J. GAB MAMMA:TITHING OGIAPABY.— TAM Companyobartend by the lad GUMMI Aaiun. bly of the Otte of Minot; with as and Abend powers, hes opined books for the :thlradytkin of stock at their Mee In the Mt, of Odra, Rlinala.- The 0111111603111 of doper from terghlon, or the thilasse Boor Can., and the yllsid of lasnaulas, If not Maim profit from the arlicleetta-at oilier, markst rates,rates,are bets ithkotrnow admit of the full eat dentoutratlan. Al Southern IlltholA In point of ellinate and eeil k adapted he th.pwik of the - vane : - aid ea the •ts - ratMst of the OEM 8/1. reedy Baas a gnat team In the toral par. suthrof the peepreedl *, the lymereded: Atarajpf the leastloa kr the . AsM osy will be It Is the purpose at the-Gempany to erect and ban operalisa a large balmy beams the skim of the prawn stem; and with a Mew to ald At that par. tinter, tubmalplAms of stock are solicited an the Mouths terms: Shares One Hundred Dollar, amiss twentydlya dollari at the time of anbsotildlon. and the 4 Uenc.fnil= m PlYntente. A receipt wlt be emu each oat; and when the fall sum by Add s artUlesto el stackboon the Idgootomi of the Praddeat and Secretary of the Oampszty be Tim amass of thdo entstprim, shah a= darted, Is beyond W,d mach gami espahmosn, The invreaddent of the Company has ln &mope= inanities, Wk. in the erea of factories and the mambo. ton of eager, end la abrondently estbdied that no hold of operation he has ever men- promised Mier than this. no fully eatielled le he of 110001M14 that tor one he will oppeee the wawa a An& ohms of ate* at any peke, homer high, after enough ham bees takes to ereot and put In operation the Ant Detory.. the ° P a oet s Om the ce, Oahe, Compeay, Amenity, Cl.? ' - apliLlimitser Carr. D. W. HIEBOH. .110 rile= IdA/SII.VAULUBM/Iti. slazio) PROPOS/ILO win be wafted at the aloe of the Superintendent of Public, Printing, for apples' tba paper need by Bal d ats be the ear oesmadnir July lit, 1668. paper to be look Paper, manning 26 by 40 Inthee, lad to weigh, re spectively, 40 and 60 panda to the ream. Aim li able thp, meanuing 17 by 28 inches, weigh% beg 111 pounds to the ma, Bids will be reached for oath kind separately. Bade an be handed in up to MMUS ~ DALT July LAt. ID o'clock a. co., and must state apecthadly qe price per pound of paper. Maniples of paper required wM be sent to any par- Ida upon spoliation to the uaderthrned, and an aim be an on the day of. bitting. Z. H. PONS, Boperatendent Path* Printing, el 6-11-2047 76 Market St . Bartinba CAREW/8, i'LOOR OIL CLOTHS, &a. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE, NEW OARPET STORE Of *oPARLAND, COLLINS & CO., T 1 AND 73 111TH BTIUT, Between the Net 011 Ice and Divas BoMing. Wi have Just noshed our new dock, pneeersd at • pest reductloa from prime ef lest g, ate. prolog • mat atter:mho and complete assortment of every desertptloi of pods In oar Wads vs oiler tar sale at • small Memo, on ant We pprroopparree to sell thle stook at from TIT TO TWI It •TITZ PEE OWNT. LIU than the muse pods are now salting for In Neer York and Philedd." limsew • tows flisting edge held a miusultatlee. Whkh vat the beet metlicd of Aweeteetke. A study siew• maws prey his opiates. TIM nothing bet "ram we the Dominion. • cairmitas laid, though the meld lull VS4 well spoks, leas betels briar to Weed ft with @eh. • cream's. wiser Shen bath them together. laid. try what atr yen - plum, there's nailing ilke While a uWerricas BerelMa. Mumma reelled. Jme as you plum.- 'Tie gear es • fib.... theft wafer ine. Width has beet supplied by the -tea. with reel tau still fa rune, to beitepplied et low rates by WADS WILEIIMION, Jett . ALT .• streeL !'l MANHOOD,• HOW LOOT! HOW SAS. =TOM t-Jul peddled. la s mad So. reloys. - Moo ds arts A-Lectoze ea Ake IL& TUNA TRASTMIST A= RADICAL OUSS =seer laiabal Wealates Istotatsey days' imam,. sad Ispostar id to leweetosst, _Oto Sp., =ldulellt "ma" AU a t 4 761 diets& Bell•Abes, IM9. J. well. IIL D.. mew ot eL ens Bode "• Boos to Thowead a Iladaten." last wads ael. la s plata eseekse, to say Wrap. pottSes GSA ot six Nab, or two portage Same. GEL J. U. SLUM Sowiel. New Toed. Me- noway Namms. emus% arrom ifraolkasstim D. ifcy A LL MEN .WHO,II . W IxN TO JJO IN ..fm. say macaw Isabsost of Oses* •sow la Me AM. bsnby saliotliod to pima Mmselms M say Um Ambit ta. sea m dale to W Boma of Jbalsmat tlak impsoths Dlstecai. losol AMU anadm Wm, sal dillsidas nos Wiz Maas far Um swim sal !Masa to la Al, Sas rod Kmabal of tas MUM WWI sty' Sassa traM 1416111 . • WAS SO ISIMIZaI nWitiosk sa the fras of Ms A. A. Provost IlEmbal Maud of Me Wats.. As soca astir: mama SMassims it Shal rural nudism. May bs tots modem ay amadaa sat diameslog Maw. sad Mai MI Me bounty sawed fry Ism , JAMS B. maids • Proms Melia tisamd.. JUST OPMED.., NEW CARPETS. By pandinno ludo to Omani &pada of the loam Ibilroda, vs aro mantas Or anion pot. tots In BUBB= and 11113111=6 and on g to oda, a oortidsto aaurtatont Carpets, Floor WI Cloths, Natthig, to, Whta Tory lugs volution to pima • OLIVER ircurroca a co., he • si 'TM 111111" M° °s, mos imam russaibse. Me us still ogling at Up prim of, you. No. White, Checked and law Xsttillirk tin l 7 10i and of s medal gillintr• °um irourfocor a CO. NOT/0114;6,1 ass Hill selling 'YOZNICITS P1131411/310/14 CI000A.W" EALLINTOIL 7/4 MiNavA. mad t ../LAY=G B M l Ti a ltrit • 114610 V ball ask Swart Wm. 11011110 i 71 1 jag , Pauli T2§llHat BIJEBBIR CLOTHLIge j . shm i ed ., Pttlarra, OaddcoNlattriaa.rciaTiai. Vol Parra) aad a, treat varlet! at Wow settaka la Um Um, al , dm lags Bab r %pa woad st a. Matz arise. SEP4 RORNE & CO: nday - Mornii Next: l I I 'IIIIMER GOODS iIIrOALL AND 11300111 BABGAINV, 111 Ti and 19 Market Street. (lOUNTRY EITORBIENEPHERS AZID Itliali'DIALXIM of fho fa sod= boxing toints,aro topoottolis hal to oorstook of BOTIONR, BOSOMY & GLOTRI, INBROIDNBIRS, RIBBONS, BITORYZ, LACE 0001X1. ISTAD•DRIBBIB & 88YOOBBYlB, AN -ars " • • ;-, BUTTONS, ' PINS,• Aid the mice& mall alb:Sulu ear Una of baidneee. la our 'Wholesale Department, on the second 0411 tided II sem will to folmil estenstte astattotanta cd the Leticia entualastad elan. We Qualm mann a adt from all barn. ranied that with our teams% ad Otellitim wo can give Own bariadni In Oa quality and Wass Boar goals. D. O. GLIM NEACIIIMt & GLYDE, •n monLim craw &twain Ifoartb tad the Dismend. p munuc TODAY, e PARIS " TRIMMING B. BAB_TEEN P.RIOES, MACKIIM & GLYDE2B, iIiNLNEI IrAltns In idk Dice whys and 5t7114, THIKIIIXD PALM' sod eaeiza YAZD, at bust Woes. grPTITSBURGH LamaAro Kazassa..... Emma= IL enamels& Pax= or Amrapr,—hlTW Boum.* 00; de mil fa "Thus Boa. 111 COI Paz= sad Dew-Obsin,S) Cani Oohed When 1 mar s ; Wand Bozo. 110 Nan I Oars, LI omit IlirLast night this reason of all two great non. trim dratass,—XlEs ZBIIitLIII Y r e gtaisport," and nook Sheppard on Fireashaolt.' RAZEITIL ; or, the Wild lone of ?artery. DIIDELOII7 01112211710411.0. ABDO& 0.108014 11111iTOK. 0111.11OKT Ammo WAXD. Ta:tTl OILLIL To coda& Ida JACK BHEPPARD ON BOREMBACIE. J/1101C JONATHAN, NOM IHlPNonday, benent of OHAHLIST MT= wANTAID--A eleocindlind 8 hors, potter inennn, portable et nonentity. H. 90/GT & 00.. VW II • it. W ANTIIIISO • MONTH 1.•. VII • want _ Anna at $lO a math. sr mum paida dow l L ira Ilariarkia PecuOla, °HMIS arm% sad ethic ant. metal mad elution ate:4m Mrs cit. Wan rat fin. Abbots, vattbarawS SHAW It GLUM Iliddebtd, Ka WANT D.. a nor= 1-1 want to T ah.yinti to wary ocootl op y st VS iseallt. swami yolk to ton tty Dow &t roas i a r rbig Illschbria Adams. . MAD wirtiaszovfl - litrodjastios. • Arrintrair &ILE& ALUYABLB STOOKS AT AUCTION. SI3II3DAY 111331NG. Juno 30th, r Wale*, will ki sold. at the Oasucondol Imam ram Mart: II thank liksoodahola Ihrdrop Bonk Stook; . 10 do Book ot ylkabargia dto3lo ID Pe O PDI Imam= Oa. 30 do Do Wodors Nl i losolloor Oc; eMikcoak;U 0 do Monoodabola lascranos 00. dkok: d do 13oragoliels Bralkoika 00. fßookl Nit ' DAVID Illel IMAM, Loosts, ADM .110 .113W.liaUtnrid !Wald O 4311.1. 020010.-0 i StriaDAMl9ll3llllo:3oao 3011, WI o'clock, will be sold, at' Us Oconookoll folio loom, Bra 14 NUM Mat; by ado: r ihda X. Lori, Zarb Aka's. of "assoo Monculad, died a 100 okus o Soak of Plttiborgli 1330c1q .; 30 'do beau) Beak Btock;: joil Dans a I;eILWADIIL Anci'm , p N 8 BMW; BMX PAY. • Ya 1L in= MIST, Mambo& issibus Pratwates SOMME' wia.damets. llou m g= „tr a l ami llicirr iori= ur. TM sad mums fa Wiliam rim% - 4110kosillsotbers sad Iftfth - at,)% %id sips. sisteiliss of Wee irlio bani Mid is Os lora dila sitst Onstorgy !rola Mous saitssoisi ts - sharp nail .01**s Ladso Misr le to miewand ask= * dem be 1414111n0 Unbibb briIIUTALULAM L —rallotrabbobadbig the ateasto at bass moisaa who =es to ibra , low et fralk • - MittrAX PEBBLE -MIRAGES Aro eraubla ditto the yarn= subraorrato =bum lasi b =ad rag to nab= ea olks I=si y.. ea sal um= Os BUBULII mos. Pr rado Irra , . . L Modal* Optidu. • • Maabotaat et be MN= bbab elegadorao brao Ma obros:.rabirositor suulora. ri • • a -airamersa wrruau A•l'Arli..-W• tits tab ams*O lrd at Itailtag oar f . fil m;ipsf t a r SW I M' rr i r our r' Ala In as praddar otDastlAry. lobo bars boos tido AAA amid . so oponitios zasa , sow MN law sad idao • odd% Um larboao la IMO AN ts..= OPIEr TAN 11 07 tit. eh drusoOor Ur aosraUoss. o Drop laroloollo Golvaako Istiory nod. AU taana oar oorokaa ar a goof goad Wiwi" Dna* lifU do won toasUaal =mon AUL - - JAAISB L MIL V ols _ • rie. mkt. Ile 47 liadtbsold at. IPittaboaaL • RUMS di tadAAA, coincranot • Andrades rarrozava an) ac4wwvorg. flu* aAnzakas• , . ersectuimes Yam _ MUIR rci e - th. pp iisounsaik wo saw toxic mina 4 00111 , bs, NVERatb - 7 S -.601.10110/10 1 - —ark -.0 the ge Wilmot wuranted to give Ist: ittealea. OM sod =Waft them b. y ratkaibig Ctswlere. VW Ws it, J. t - H. Pit ta tee, ptD to al sad SS 81. lAI a. a a. PUILLIPd. DRY. 000D11. NOTION. WM iter eta: 111 Tits oaths stak uf Will btakarkeddown and clad .Tat OUT REGARD TO COST 600 PIECES ALL 00L028. The tads supplisd st. re MABEZT main, Pe'irsan Fannin and Diamond. BILY AND LINZU /AMY:. BATON, EIAOBIIIK a 00., N 0.17 Mb stmt. 4JII ÜBLAIZ.ArTi. sad roa.sas) svisnre. The thrilling ignettefsa drams of smaJrra. H. a. XICIEUgi. ARNIV/rll4i*/ Old C11i111.4111.1.