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001111111= tell nest Ca Itnentear imam,
Zan 11th, at 10 Wendy at the oaks or Breen 1t
eri amber Is requested to be present,an than viii be heathen of huporteate brought 1..
beefttee. JOHN R. WIIIWAZT,
Work on the Fortlfic4ltione.
At the meeting of the Executive Committal?,
held last eight, the reports of the men work
ing on the different lines of fort:l:begone were
Laughlin and 01...... 30 Robinson & Campbell 9
Ohne, Smyth and co 160 iles borers
Mi t i r foGraw...... 2 John Redman— 6
and lrinkbise 14 McKee and Bro---- 61
ba rman MaQueDonglam 10 Robt 15a.....-----, 20
and plough il id Bole.----.. 3
TeamTsters 23 Et Hartman ..14 0n... 6
and Woods.- 19 Thompson and 0n e .... 9
18 horses and earm R Womsar and ea-- 28
Preethes and Poster— 16 Oitizens.
unn* ...—..—. 30 Watson and B 23 4
B E1inierke.............. 6 BUrphy and lisgp— 17
Dipatth °Moe...—. - 4.7 114 8ru5h....—....... 83
United Pres. Cam—. 3J P Blum 65
Come auditors ,3 Wm Barnhill & Co—. 24
/trace, Ikhards &co 36 Kell, Chives & Co_ 18
A Salton A ai...... e Donbas .9 23 2 11411 31
118 Jowled' & - co 80 W P Richardson—.—. 8
1 horse and cart W 8 Haven er „ 18
Eutaw. & co—.-- 40 Barton, Yaks 6;
Carroll & Snyder.-- 111 tient /lambert 38
Jam Thorn 2 t a.....—. 88 J Stacey 6 carts and— 23
34 Brawoett &C 0.....- 8 Robinson & Campbell 8
_ . 5 hones
Efartupee & C 0...—. 40
Howard's Paper 3
is.;. - 7t i ct airier—
Smith. Barry 21
White &Ala:Kander 36
0. O. BALA% 3
Bair Boarer 3
%A m& Noloop-. 8
I X Ostr 4
Parnaltar .6 Morrow— 4
7 ._barann Orotanry•
rrurelap & Later.,......,d Orr.. 6
.1‘ It Mine '8
Jahn thal ; t
B 1l Dark-- 4
Andrew dotley— 4
John Brown. ---
Balboa Hubs n 4
is d Oa.-- /5
so: or Km ox
Win SapplC-- 20
thin •••••••••••—•...... /0
?roma a Bro.
Popp a Bator..--. • b
Wow/ 0 4w a Broom 10
0/bloo a leobssop
a V. Biartla..
J. 0. lb
John AIME." 11
Ottlsexuy, Alleshany.— 2b
Qua dchoopplla co
In addition to the ahem' the following taupe Inns 8
Gregg, Alexander A Co., two horses. i
John Peter., wagon and two homes.
A P Do, maga' and two homes. '
• Adam Newman, wag on w and two horses '
Porter, wagon and Io harms
' Wn !Sample, wagon and two bona.' •
W ./0 .. 101 8 0 . . Eir
. ...Ezzaq cox.miti.„,.
• num' nua.
Poitley, Bela= A Co. 44 Alen • 8rad1ey....... .... 106'
O'Hara Claw Warta.. 32 Fishman, Beha IX 178
Mlichell,,llerrint &Co Oto Zug A Painter. • 26
Wra.lleCially A 00... Ai Junta Martha& 41, 78
Paean A Co..— Frlleaahaw .
'Jenny 2 hones 8 Clerk . 111
J. 21. Demader.--.—. 13 Scddien and Guard.— a
T 0 t ai—ww , ;_........................---- es
J. XillUngar & Co_26lJomm Wood & C 0..... 250
Wm. XothOly & C 0..... Si
tobacconis ... &.• John earns & oo. Mama, Sox.. • /4
Lloyd & Block.
squad.. 60 Woolild . I . 6o l l totanatoct & &lime. 60
Smohllold at. im Oil Wort. It
2 / I mlck & 00. 7b fLoblason, Mints &Co 80
Bob* Mononga report to
m Mg &stern Division 1:01
Y> 'a Eau
!Mach Is NoDonahl-. 22 A P Ge1tr.....:-........- 2
J B a 811 Lazwe11......... 6W a McGee .......... 3
Jams Deinsidy-.-... 6 Hugh 11e5dng.......... 7
John Batchhuan—... 6 J. Zisder...-......... 4
Loch Ewen ~ -- 6 HII Bore . 2
O.W. 11. , P Eagon lopton, hone and
*rah lbalset, 3 hams - w •
and P10y.:.: 'V Bub ham and cart
A B.D L Panama... lb Boothe& 11111sr 6
Iloward'apsparmW- • 8 - 8 IL Badgers, ham
1141/0:& Bocasrahace Jamb Cket...-.-........ 2
-- --- 11 U V tha1thv.............._. 8
Stoat. B 8a5ky.......... 10
1., ithaerar...... 2
&oral Clembi7al._ 16
J I 0 trasSw...... 13
fd l ditatan... Lsoo 8
Prod Bfflunar --- .2'
John Broen. - Jr......... 6
.I. Mialust, ham*
,wagon .-..-________ a
Mari Raglan/2 is „It
Mints it Mealy... Cb „,..... i
John •N01tra1gy......... b
G Lladaty: 2 bane mini
AAJ la - ^
atiesin iCo.,i bora.
amith w fund/ 3
VI. W. 413.11.11. Cb
es suFriry Aitz. =tau
0. & P. B. B. 0.
sou, mot "Ass, LID
'd Gnaws .4 Pfahar - 8011rwin'a Vitriol Work, 6
keno t 0raff,.......7.7,15i atm= of Ilarkat and
, Oa* t Co-.............. 8 Pith airma........... 40
Wain of Pinabursh IW. W. Wallace— --. 23
z ooid A11eemay.......1 nject, - itaL:' a squad of
ftaadof Capt. Bon au mau5ea1ar5............ 25
taa r ra. a." ..,.. z .._ .. .. ts. LS Idoechati r to and i deke
Lusa of et tnalr, /db. • front
S ard'e to "4 122
arra and Meth sta-.. 6t rars,tro.aCo , Para,
W.8.&a1ie................ Slo llounny i to., and
Gnarls 4 Bill ,16 , Beath, Auk re 00-.200
. /Esottuast and aorta /oink Boyd 4 Co-..... so
1,,„ Atone Naritet and 6th' 80 Bobo W0rt5.............' .. 75
G. .1 L. H00f...,. 5i Drumm and tartars- 73
Iferntor, Bark* t C 0.... 11 mama re Phl/11pa.-. 40
1 . 1a1214/f ... _ ..
_, U iKiil4loo..lh ChM MOON . -............ 2
'Wm. a0mua10n.......... 2t .rehar 80t0n......-.... 2
- Tho Committee appointed to visit the sow
mat aumudiouning establiolunwits employed
_Government works 'promoted • written
statumut from: Tears. Unowdin a Talon
Aithig that, shay had cloud, their works on
Ifriday, and waft willing to do so, but at the
, , sime Was the Navy. Department were urging
tbenoso Moonily to hurry up the boar; that
•-• vaMour thiCommitteo ooneluded It neousary
-.. they ,woNd - Prefor. running. They loft the
see Is . the ludo of the 003119ittell.
Trout than rosolved that the oupentors of
Pittsburgh and 'Wary at. hereby ruinestoti
to mid a Worlds/ party along thins, of Afie
ld, Olt fierron's Gill to repair such blow u
wale= brat% in order to prevent cattle
• • from breaking fa 1 the parapets whits yes on.
4! . woe : reported that 600--additional- au
scats be eeePlored Li the loworof MI. Wash-
Nolo& 44 'squads unamigmod will Mai
- Odiarefor daty. , - - - , • •
Two sad fifty imitokart reported gat:
NULL da triiondWorrasslowi to ,10 / 1 /Gee
Ally young men from thilroi City 0•160
In dings of Profersor.i.O.
.finaltb, were as
aimed to Port Tag, i
• Newurer A Grafill•form were assigned to
Port Wood. . ' ,
• liquid of /00 me uder. . Tr. Pollock
31 , 810 811842114 to Onaiby'l Till.
/L-14/11.Ztwas added to the Committee
"E•-•-eoll wimp tyyigaTaloalng storm reputed
Nam= t—Your Camiiittee tote to-dat
• a mew onspenstu of busks* .11k Sheba.
•uteeptions, NI o, us Otonfeetione
i 7.7. Hinter , on' Wood 'Ur*, nob
- loris sten, but subs au nasecoma
- - -
play. Scniral 'Wholesale Grocers have doors
opon. Retail Grocers, Tin Ware establish.
reentsoke, in full eperetlian. Also numerous
pqnor Deelers, Drinking Houses, Eating
Serums., We all for laureation" in refer
ence to the cam noted. The Committee sug
gest that there exists no neenidty for retail
thanor any othen to transact business la
ter lO o'clock A. M.
/t was then Resolnd, That working parties
wanting sods to complete . batteries, will take
Perm whine they can be had.
Booked, That ill retail dealers and re
staurants are at liberty to open their places
of business at f, *Week Saturday evening.
W. A. Litre stated that there was an eviden
disposition upon the part of the manufacture
grand mercantile interesta to resume busi
ness on Monday next, and stated that he
hued if this was the ,can the fortifications
(or at least some of them) would be allowed
to remain unfinished. Re presented a paper
in the share of an appeal Intended to emanate
from the Ezeentive Committee. The point,
of it wens That all business be suspended
until Monday evening, and that the Executive
Committee designate how many men In pro
portion to the number of taseldes are needed
on the t o
and that meetings be
held In each ward on Saturday evening, with
a view of furnishing oath ward's proportion
of the whole number called for. The appeal
was referral to the committee of twisty-one.
It was resolved that the whole subject of
employment on the fortifications be referred
to a committee of twenty-one members, to
embrace all the various interests of the two
cities land boroughs, to report on Saturday
evening, at the usual hoar. Adopted UMW'.
It was resolved that all the various Inter
ests of this community hereby agree to abide
by the report of the committee of twenty-one
appointed to consider the subject of labor on
The following were then announced as the
J.. I Jos Kep. h
enn Mcett, Knight
CT= LID COMi.
'James park, Jr.
Thomas Haswell, 'Mark Plasm.
Jo ng LID WZOLZIALL /MD =TAIL DM' goons
J. F. 'aeon, Jesse Carr,
John. Brown, Jr.,
OS 7 01111170M0Z0 Of CM.
Pryor a Furl et azz. 6
Nolte a A,,,, . a
tuna.' a co- .... 8
fati ri aßa - iire. ----4
i Barker ik co. ---
BM= ek Brovra. ----- . -
Nntall & Kirkpatrick.
Alex Cameron ....-
Wm Tate, Jr, a co
a: JHZiork .----
Wm Boyd &co ...
/d'Donaid a Biller
0 0 BKyda arbangh....."
G....... .. -
Wm Balaton ---".
Wm kt'Kee & co-- 1
,V adßildro w riL........-.
c l itireena-.-.----.....2 . 8
Cho Lammas «.._. . ..-
I. d. Bazuna,,
HT ILIPZOLL ILBOLITTION.
Wm. F. Johnston, Dloarboad.
The Committees warn instructed to meet at
the Mike over Zug A: Painter's warehouse, at
three o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
The Treasurer reported the following sums
of money received, John J. Huston, $25,00;
Wm. H. Smith, $lO,OO.
The following was then submitted to the
001P11 OF TEM DR'S OF tea MOINIOLEILI.
The undersigned citizens the
county of Allegheny, hereby voluntarily
agree to form a company, under the authority
given to :Msjor-General W. T. H. Brooks
Commandant of the Department of the Mon
ongahela. The amount of service not to ex
cised one day In the week, or its equivalent,
unless the Department is menaced or invaded
by the enemy ; and under no circumstances
are the undersigned to be taken for military
iterviee out of this Department, according to
the terms set forth in Cider No. 2 of Major
General Brooks, In the following language:
w Under no circumstance/ can these troops I.
transform( to any other Department."
.. 0/11,1)1VILL. for Ocna.
'aye zuz.r., Araiattar.
,Hezu7 Geyer.. 10
/ 1 .017 Alt•rh2;
rood Chvort 7
John Banta 10
• • -
I &ISt 8
John Teshert.—..-- 7
Wm Lungtemp.....—. 6
Ibricht d Peck---.
Fred Batman. --. -- 7
& Moore.-- 9
Ituld Q Anton.....— 4
Drivers, water navies. 93
The underolgned appointed a Committee by
Assistant Adjutant Conan! Rowe, ti prepare
a Muster Rol/ for the Volunteer in this de
partment for the tondoe of pretesting their
property and homes, and suitableto the pros
entexigenelea of our industrious community,
have cartfuny drawn up the above in the
form of • soecialooatmt.
Taos. Bassintlx, A. W. LOOMIS,
Jan. L. GRAHAM, P.C. SnAlteolt,
JoH.II EWER, C. W. BerCireLoa.
Borolood, That a committee be appointed to
tell up the Departmental Corps ander this
plan of organisation.
In tissordanoo with the above resolution,
the undersigned committee appointed at a
meeting of the committee of Publio Safety,
call upon all loyal animas of the two cities,
baronets and townships, to meet at the school
house in the two cities for tharpurpon of or
ganising and arranging for the organisation
under the above plan, tab Saturday evening,
at 8 o'clock. All persons enrolling under this
adopted by the Committee of Public,
Safety, will be entitled to arms, uniforms, and
pay, for any time they may be In service.
The Muster rolls tan be obtained braining
on Gen. Howe.
i'o the Colored Men of Allegheny.
The Committee sppointed to organize a
force of colored men in Allegheny, to work
on the fortiloations a report that arrangemenu
have been made whereby a separate torn will
be formed In that city, and all men whittles
to Join in the work are requested to meet i s
the Diamond, Allegkenyi at half past seven
o'clock on Monday morning non, when •
place to work will be aesigaed them. They
will form an independent squad from that or
ganiud In Plttiburgh, and will report at the
time and place above deeignhied.
H. B. IV ILLIAXEM/I,
SANCrIL A. BZAL,
B. H. P•azaa,
R. J. DAWN.
Baas Lesues LADIZII. MAGAsura.—The
Jai, number of this beautiful pablication has
Jun appeared, midis for &sisal Mr. J. W. Pit
took'e opposite the Post-o Moe. It contains a
splendld.double.psge steel engraving, color
ed, exhibiting the fashions of the month, and
snob a :number of line wood engravings as
would doonny MI halt a column to antimonies
them. Indeed such a number as this is, for
lavish pictorial Illustration we hay* not yes
ma. /t appears strong, that such a publica
tion can be sold for twenty• Ase cents.
ILLMITZAVID AID R 561101711 WIZZLY
NAT You PArsee.—These will ell be found
on the °ouster of Attack's Elva and•Period
feel Depot, Opposite the Post-offloe. The
Slotorka this week, embracing- • Asa
ly, /crawl; Lithe and the / Newt ' ere
espenaliy, non in interesting subjects. The
ludepumbssi hes the first Of the /Lev. H. W.
Duchess bitten from Europe, which will
can,, it to hi amok sought for,
Tazarsm—The lovers of the equestrian
drama bare oerfainly a treat in More for them
ebb ensuing. Manager Henderson presents
for the last time this season the - oembrated
equestrian speotaol• of u hluOpa," together
with the drama of Week Sheppard on Horse.
beak." Miss Brazils appears not only as
Yampa, Lot `as Jack Saeppard also. On
Monday, the Pittsburgh favorite, 0 harley
Fester, tuns his farewell benefit. •
Barrier . 4 .—Paaeon.—The line battery
wider ocaunaud of (Apt Meta&lf is now
thoroughly equipped—bevies six gins, cais
sons, a fall oomplem•at of horses. eta. They
were eviewed, yesterday latirnOoap at their
were near WlWalburg. by Gen. Brooke and
Gen. Rowe, and if the weather is favorable
they Will ooze to the city thls afternoon tor
prods and drill Look oat for the 'battery
between:Um and four o'clock. It be
Colummox-1a aiding thi SubsoriPlioes
by sons of oar onions towards the comple
tion' Of the fortilbsetiens Nome. Brewer,
Bari' h Oa, were areditid with " ono dol
tar!' when it should have boon - two ioadrocf—
quits difference. .
• /aux LcaVo iLtooktrii.—Thla
molting Lady's Book. Is out for July. It
ooataloa soma.filty tashion-platoo. Story
akoalldhaTh a copy. Patook opposite
Ike Poet-olkno - 800 it for ail&
on.tart his. k artlvAat Whoollag,
auto of the Asir ° . ". 117, "Ilkai
Ibr Ws b y
ROLL O° MU&
1 8. P. Jon,
IJSZed K. Bradt,
7 . 1191 : 1 111711.DICII,
/. 1. • key.
=OS D LL.. Ba
6AXIStI3 and Obsatsee Os.cle will be taken
at the thstrilber oMoe, No. lab Lawry street,
or night. An briar laft at tb. above
co NW ,:roriptly ettaeziri , t , ens
'ail •• • .
dr Yittook'sNowa Depot, opposite the
Post-ottlce, you can always fine a large and
wall selected stook of Photograph Albums,
Pocket. books Wallets, Stationery, New
Books, late papers, and everything connected
with the business.
THE Poarth of July is near at hand, so lay
in your supply of flags. Pittook reeenes or
den for large flags, all sizes, from flee feet to
fifty; also milk flags. Ilia plate is oppnite
'Hoe the greatest to the least feet oan be At
ted in Boots, Shoot, or Gaiters, at the *aeon
io Rail emotion House.
CAZTAII Snonn—Jnot the thing for the eel
cilar—for tale at litoOleHand'. Amapa Howe
55 Fifth street.
EWA. Dentist, 246 Penn street, attend to
all brsineas et bis profession.
11. L,--The Central Council
treats at Headquarter, tura (Saturday) toss•
8 o'clock. A tall atteadame (a mutated. all
vary laprtrtant Diatoms trtllbe brought oe!ore the
pigtanuonh, Juke 23th. 18 63.
Bt y SILSII-ANNLIAL COOPOL
cf the Bald/ of this toad, doe July lot, 1803,
will be paid on ttutt data, at the °film of the (kmpw
ny, 1n the City of Plttaburgh. Porsoos a Wain( Oost
p.ne this road dce January tat, 1863, will plow
poternt them for payment.
il3. PARK, Jr.,
W. Paw.' rs,
ha. I. 811711117 ‘
W. G. Wmunx.
u . NOTIOE.—PubIio notice iii hereby
&hen that application will be made by. ..f he
Cook of Plttobcrgh,' (located ha the (Iffy ot Pl:ta•
burgh, P...yz. in. Lothlatuts, et Its lung ao,
to . I eoewal Of th e Chaffer of aall Dana, withr 100
existlog Capita of Twelve Handfed Thousand Do!.
lars, JUL(II Glin.flAbl, Preeldeut.
Jakio 88th. 1863. J.86:11.186. 6 - 8
order that tho Post
tithY Oahu Olean may contribute their share to
wards public ilaienss, end that this °Lace slay be no
exception to the geseral role, the altriheny Pam
( Mon "PI be aced, &att. between the hours of 1O
AZ/ 334 0%1004 While D0.11:11. I. get orally 1104.
penden. hAMUZL tilDniliC,
Z.ICLECTION.—The litookholdors of
the Pittahrugh & 4Jlegtuny Bridge Co,
(reet,) are hereby =Med that an lltotlon
kw President and Direetora, to MTN for the tutning
year, will be held at the Toll Bonn, at the Borth
end of the Budge. on MONDAY. Jotl 6113.
&Bah& g. tifSegfeL.
Beentai7 and Steasorer.
Oman or Worms! Taattaroaratins
Pittsburgh, May nth,
O.NOTICE IS lIEBSSY GIVEN tO
the Subscribers to the Bleak of the West
ern traturportation Company that an asuaantant of
If IVA Dutd.slifi ($5 00) PBS 8 11111121 hsa been
baled upon Ma nook antoparibed,payabls the Mat
of the Treatorer, at Pittsburgh, oh or before tha
12th day of Jane, 1263, and • like amount evrmy
thirty days thereafter, instil otherwise nougat
By order of the Board.
jalk3m A. J. MODOWILL, Pear .
Oamuso r r rm a r °trios,
}Coisona. May 25h a , /563..
li..A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
IiTOOKIIOLIDIBB of fhb Oceneany will ha
held at Ito onto, In Moreland, on WIIIDIMILAT, the
Ist day of July hen, et /0 o'clock a. ni. on meld day,
to take Into conilderation the propriety of Inweet•
Ind the Gaidtal thank of the Comptny to an mount
solllctent to allow of th e convora of Ito ifortop
to The transfer Books will be eland tro from June
26th July 54. 1 BOCIALWXI4
IL-NOTICB.—The fiinbsoription Books
00c0 of the Oooper fire Anna Boa
Ptni otonknte opan at the Mantra'
t 000BEtt CO., Bank Block, /fifth street, null far
41 ILIT.dtler ,V-OT/CEO.
A /Zl9 MOllll GOOD MIR WAIITILD,
oar Rom - thing Ofnoe. VIHIOND, Albillowy.
T o Oonmany In now In 010 Holm
pllat H. n
__p 11ILIB, Curtain.
RECRUITS WANTED, far the
lith &Wenn, AL 71.. V. 0.. or any other
Pennsylvanta Betinunte now In the field. Mach n.exult will receive one bondred dellati beauty.
Twenty.ulne dawn wiLl be yak] In advance, IN mow
al mom into the Unlad Shoe aervice.
For other Information looldre at No. 78 Ilints
Drum, epsomite the Poet Ollce.
inr " Lint. sadL. 11
Nun.. a m , B'iums ota.;, / " HARD .
---- '''rkwPg• ' 9th Bagbn.i
OD co. 18,
16T/A PZIMPA. MILITIA.
Toonty mono nouns wlll be sooepOld In thlo.ooll.
Plai. 1321, atComp How*. Arms ardammatrocuats
may for tau zeorono on Moir awful In camp.
Apply to tart. GMO. W. II LIALMT,
.lealaf 69 rodoral atm; a Ileghtny.
.-71111.1111"TON11 BATTERY, (F)
accepted la this Battery. .—A raw goad auk win
A aus he made to Una. .N. 11.111.
20 WS% or Chpt. JZ. R. WRIGHT. Provost Fiarihal,
stalraal Wass, saran limithasid sad Third atrwid.
..T.J. iGOIS more men wanted to An the rub of
tie MI Minn PA. MILITIA, now to Camµ
nettalts win be aoltelmett sot *quipped ea eon
ea etltsied' . . _ R. GALWAY,._._ ' Colonel tbemeadfeir
pLyrAi dolor", rat*
lush dm sad far Babb,
J. B. Chill7lLD..
B .E . SCLLL LOCAL OOTILMIL
GROITZB. AND Baxia'a Bawrao 311.13/1111116 for
family and manufacturing purposes, are the
A. F. CRATOXY, General Agent,
No. 18 Fifth street.
Taotun Pow, Plain and Ornamental Slam
Roofer, and dealer In Pennsylvania and Ver
mont slate of the but quality at low rates.
Oilloe at AJsz. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. aplitem
Nsw 6./OLIVAL OP 60XXXX CLOTIIIIG.-Of
tin we are asked, where can we buy a nest
and comfortable summer mit, made to order,
thus having the chance of selecting our own
goods ? To all these inquiries we can answer,
go to Messrs. W. 11. McGee & Co., corner of
Federal street and Diamond Square, Alleghe
ny, and you will be suited according to your
taste. They have just received their summer
goods; and for elegance of styles they cannot
be surpassed, and for fitness they are the very
persons, as their work is all done tinder their
own supervision. Give them a call, and you
cannot fall to be satisfied.
Arrouvroz, Nwrtnumn Voitrzysim
attention of our country's brans defenders m
oonily returned from the seat of war, and of
the public in general, is again directed to the
very extensive and handsome assortment of
the latest Styles of Trench, English and
American piece goods, for pants, coats and
vests, lately received by Messrs. Joke' Weier
00., Merchant Tailors No. 126 Federal
street, Alle g heny. A t asteful selection of
gentlemen's furnishing goods will also always
be found on the ehelves of the establishment,
together with a lot of ready-made clothing,
got up in the best manner,
JCIT BartIIIBID PROW 'RI LUIT.-43tallUlli
Gn.ham, Merchant Tailor, would respeotfully
inform his friends and the public in general
that be has just returned from the Bast with
his new stock of Spring and Bummer Goods,
consisting of all the latest styles of cloths,
cassia:Lorca and castings. Gentlemen desiring
a stock to select from that cannot be surpass
ed by any other in the city, and their gar
menu made in the most fashionable manner,
would do well to give him a call before pm/-
Samuel. Glazer, Merchant Tailor
No. b 4 Market stoat. one dm from Third.
CunAr, Darrnrrwr.—At the Dental Insti
tute, No. 251, Penn street, seta of teeth for
four dollars, better than those at Dye dollars
at the other dental estabilslunente. All per
sons are requested to oats at the Institute
after having asoertalned the lowest prices at
the other cheap places. All work dune at
the Institute is guaranteed superior to any
cheap Dentistry In the city.
50LD1117.14 To vas Ratios' I—Young men,
rushing into the exposure and dangers of a
soldier's life, should prepare themselves for
the total fevers, the dysentery, the mores and
seurry, which are almost oartain to follow.
Holloway's Pills, used occasionally during
the campaign, will ensure sound health to ev
ery man. Only 26 cants per box. 214
Norma To PsormlTT Hotness, Aolune AID
Am. Ornam lirriaasTan.--Ver repairs or al
tendons to stores or dwellings, new roofs, or
tnythilig else to the Carpenter line, tell at
Cuthbert's Carpenter Shop, Virgin alley,
above Smithfield streets. All orders promptly
B.C. ORB. Tmaturer.
To complete Park Battery
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECLU, DISPATCHES.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gustte.
WAISHUICITON, June 26,1863
FARADS OF A OOLORID
The Pint United States colored regiment,
eight hundred strong, paraded on Msuion's
Island, with a full bane and dram corps. It
Is expected that the regiment will be fall next
week. Nice hundred freed men are now at
Alexandria, by an order from Gen. Martin
dale, promising protection to colored soldierr.
THII PXUIDINT •ID JOBS XORB
The President is Min urged by John Ross
to send troops to drive the rebels from the
TEI IXAMIISIIII/ HOARD
Passed one handled and seventy-Ave °Moen
for ordered regiment'.
THOIifHLIT WITH THE INDIANS.
Trouble is anticipated from ten thousand
Indians, of Moroni tribes, now assinnbled . in
the vicinity of Fort Lined, unless
they are taken into the military se tee, a
pokey which is nraca upon the Bsere4a7 of
War by the Oommissfoner of Indians
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVKRNOL
CALL FOB, 60,000 VOLI7NTEERB
The Rebels in Heavy Force neat
Chambersbnrg, and at Mergers
burg and hieoonnellsburg.
REMOVAL OF THE STATE h.EOHIVES
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Quetta.
IiAREIB3IIII3, Juno 26.
Two well equipped cavalry companies, un
der *mound of Captains Murray and Myers
left the cavalry amp near this city on Thurs.
day, and marched down the Cumberland Val
Pour companies of heavy artillet7, num*.
tag each 140 men, reached hemp from Roches
ter, N. Y.,en Thursday evening. The term
of service is three years or during the war.
They are at Camp Curtin awaiting marching
A six pounder battery of four pieces, With
men to man them, also reached here today
from Buffalo, N. F.
Gen. Ewell lamed 'proclamation at Chars.
hamburg on June 24th, regulating the sale of
Intoxioating liquors among his men.
Our picket, atbd extend tome miles beyond
Telegraphle oommunioation with Carlisle
The rain of the past thirty-six hours hie
raised the water in the Susquehanna so as to
prevent the rebels front fording - the river.
The bridges at this silty will be broken before
the enemy shall pass over them.
The Governor, this evening, issued a call
for 60,000 Wittig for three month!, union
sooner discharged. The proclasnation IT as
"The enemy le saran:ling la force into
Pensuyivania. He has a strong 001431111 with
in twenty-three miles of Harrisburg, -and
other columns are moving by Fulton -and
Adams aeon ths, and It' can no longer be
doubted that a formidable invasion of otur
State 11 in actual progrors. The calls already
made for volunteer militia in the exigency
hare not been met as folly as the crisis re
quires. I, therefore, now-Lae this, my prop.
Lamation, calling for sixty thousand men to
come promptly forward to' defend the State.
They will be mustered Into the service of the
State for the period of ninety days, but will
be required to serve only so much of the pa.
clod of muster as the safety of our people and
the honor of our State may require. They
will rendezvous at points to be designated in
the general order to be issued this day by the
Adjutant General of Pennsylvania, which or
der will also set forth the' details of the ar
rangements for organization, clothing, cub
detente, equipments and ouppilea.
I will not basalt you by inflammatory ap
peals. A people who want the heart to de
fend their sell, their families and their fire
sides, are not worthy to be accounted men.
Heed not the counsels of evil-disposed per
sons, if such there be in your midst. Show
yourseivee what you are -1 free, loyal, spir
ited, brave, vigorous race.! Do not undergo
the disgrace at leaving Jodi' defense mainly
to the cdthens of other States. In defending
the soil of Penneylvania, we are oontributing
to the support of our NatiOnal Government,
and indicating our fidelity to the national
oause. Pennsylvania has always heretofore
responded promptly to all the calls made by
the Federal Government; and I appeal to y ou
now not to be unmindfni that the foe that
strikes at our State strikes through oar deso
lation at the life of the republic; and our
people -are plandered and divan from their
homes eohly because of their loyalty and
fidelity tei our free institutions.
People of Penneylvaals, I owe to you ,all
my faculties, my labors, my life; you owe to
your country your prompt and :salons ser
vices and effort'. The time has now come
when we must all stead+cr fall, together to
defense of our State and in gni:pert of our
Government. Let us so discharge our duty
that posterity shell not blush for us. Come
heartily and ohearfully to the moue of our
noble Commonwealth. ]Maintain now your
honor and freedom.
Given under my hand and the great seal of
the Stater at Harrisburg, this 26th day of
Jane, In the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-three, and of the
Commonwealth the eighty-seventh.
[Signed,] A. G. Chranz.
By the Governor:
XL: Purse, Seely of the Commonwealth.
The arching' are being 'removed from
the capitol. The oil paintings of Washing
ton, Pena,' Columbus and Fervisanni were re
moved from the Senate Chamber to-day.
Two fine steel engraved tropDA'of the Doehr
lion of Independence alone hang on the
well, of the Senate Chamber.
Very good authority says tea regiments of
rod infantry 'are now at @Moberg, sup
ported by some cavalry and artillery.
Tire war bulletin of this sysnisig says the en
emy sum to be concentrating in themountain
pima, and are either waiting for reinter*.
meats or fear to adrenal with Hooker In their
rear. They are feeding themeless in Bank
-Ith, Fulton and Adam comities.
On the 25th, two rebel oevalsyinen were
taken near Chantbersbarg. They report the
robot tore* to consist of tarenty.eight reit
aunts of infantry, lye thousand Gantry and
twenty pieces of 'small% mom, w in.
They are oonstantty sending Oat puttee to
gather horses and live stook: Ono party
which left llerombarg, Prinklln county,
with 0,000 we and 8 please erudite:7, haws
Jot arztvedat MoOnasellsburg, Pullen Co.
B ozo of the herdstrara are railer pp*
Unrellalds suanki are intitino '
Gen. Dame Dillettemeai siewAneindee the
01 1 7 OtPhnedelitah. a.
PROM liC Ex-rucKr.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Quetta.
Cal. B dSers°7le:pelTd' (Ky.)
horses a men at London. The particulars
have not Coate in.
A few en of the 2d Ohio cavalry have re
turned, a d dercribe the whole affair as dash-'
Lug and duous in the extreme. The, horses
have bee tally replayed by capture. The
l iwas complete.
The L don bridge and Knoxville are
strongly Mended. The efforts made there to
destroy t a factories and stores have proved
Tim brl go at Strawberry Plains was loaded
- with guns, 'compelling our men to retire.
We paroled over 500 prisoners, destroyed
ten of the rebel guns, and was obliged to
spike our own. We lost two men wounded
and a few Tennesseeani, who straggled to lee
The expedition may be regarded as a bril
liant summit, although we may regret that it
had not been of suifialent form to accomplish
11.1mors of rebel aotivlty, amsompanied by
all manner of reports eonoerning the move
ments of John Morgan are en the street to
day. Otherwise all is quiet.
o Pordei itl Patch to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
PIIDEDION, MD.. Jobe 26-8 P. M.
I have Just returned from the vicinity of
Booth Mountain battle - 401d, thirteen miles
Prom persons who left Boonaboro this af
ternoon, I learn that the rebelshaVe all left
that place. Anderson's division of Long
street's corps, which arrived there on,Wednes.
day night, and encamped, left on yesterday
morning, taking the Waynesboro road to
wards Chamberahnig. The force is estimated
at from 7,000 to 10,000 infantry, cavalry and
artillery, accompanied by large wagon-trains.
The whole of Longstreet's corps has crossed
the Potomac, and L advancing in the direction
Bat few rebel troops were yesterday at Ha
gerstown, all having gone to Pennsylvania.
Lee and Gulf are on this aide of the river.
Spedat Mr:444 to the pttsburgh Gazette.
PHILADILPHIA, Jlll3O 26.
Prom information nmeired here I learn
that therein& are now within thirty miles of
There is not much alarm among the resi
dents, as the city cannot be bitten, although
gnat damage Iran be done in the valley.
There are no rebels on the upper Potomac,
this side of Harper's Ferry, and everything
in that vicinity is reported as going on satis
TILE REBEL INVASION
Gettysburg Occupied by a Portion
of tongstreet's Corps.
CARLISLE. STILL UNOCCUPIED
BY TEE ENEMY.
8A111411112131, Janos 26.—The robot troops,
which ocouplod Gettysburg to-day, was the
division of Gan. Early, belonging to Long_
street's corps. This makes two corps known
to have crossed the Potomac.
The troops of Longstreet are supposed to
have crossed at Bhepherdstown Ford.
When Rhodes' Division, of Ewell'e Corps,
arrived at Chamotriburg, the operator was
arable to escape. He remained until Wed
noaday, then made his escape by . way of Lou
don to the Pennsylvania Railroad, and arrived
hero s ta-day. Thy numbered about twelve
thousand, and had Ave battering. with a long
train of wagons and ambulance.
AU the Whom had on new uniforms, widish
had no doubt bans sent to Hagerstown by
rebel sympathisers in &needl:4lon of their
When he left, Gen. Johnson's division, be
logging to the aims corps, wu within olz
miles of the town.
Thenoldlato battered thy Imo going to
Harrliburg, and wen very anxious to know
how far It was.
The enemy have made no effort to occupy
Carlisle to-day, although they are encamped
within four miler from town.
Skulking and Harboring 'Skulkers.
Editor* : Some days ago, in obedi
Ewe to the call of the President, the men of
West Virginia were required to report them
'elves to the proper authoritisi for the pur
pose of an organliation to defend the land
from incursions by enemies of the Union. But
many in thePaa-ircsdla (Hancock and Brooke
counties), instead of rendering that obedience
which interacted:se loyal and patriotic °Ul f
sons, sksdeddlid !' Into Weskthigton county,
Pa„ and became inmates or boarders among
their friends, whom they knew where to
Axe not those In Washington 'county, Pa.,
who harbor, conceal, and secrete those who
handed thither from West Virsible, as guilty
as the fugitives themselves? If no, then the
same military power wlll reach delinquents In
Washington county - as Ia the Pan-Handle, as
all are in the same military district.
If it be the duty of thole in caudal station
to execute the Uwe andregelations impartial
ly, it Is no less the duty of citizens to co-op
orate in such a manner that the burden' and
hardships may be distributed in a limner man
ner. Therefore, the principal object of this
communication is to ascertain where Worm-.
tion may he mint in Malian to who have
be,. and are harboring and conetaling those
who - han left Hancock and 'Smite (mantles,
their dut Virginia, for the purpose of avoiding
You are requested to publish this, and cell
racial attention thereto, if you think it will
promote in any way the interest of the
Allegheny Count); Ahead.
Mamie. Konen t—Tho other day you sta.
ted that • Lamar in Indiana musty had a
sheep from whioh he olipped Mem ponds of
wool. This you mentioned as something ex
traordinary, and not to b beaten. Pious
make a not, of the following fade
James JK'Be Ivey, of Wilkins township,
thlo oottaiMauts four sheep from whleh he
clipped /*rejigs point& of wubscl wool this
yur I This, at the present pies of Wool
would be worth SIT; at the rate demanded by
the wool-grower's oonventlon, KS. Two of
these sheep yleldad twelve 'pouts each; ano
ther eleven, and another ten. They are of
the Cottswold breed, thorough-bred,- GZIMI of
them worn over three hunfind pounds
sub. If diens county tan beat this we'
. DiED 1 - I
lIIBDBII2ON-22 Salton* Ts Jan, 15. ii .
of oluonlo diarrhea, T. MORROW Hll2/211.118021,
of Co. A. 132,1
/pi 21 ft% Pa. Tollailizy, Vol. Swilits!r,
NIINDPOOII—At il*ltal - of 122 t- liijec lh -
wham% Jun. 1211,1264-of dysentary, w. was.
aisrauDaasoa, atSlo. Z. /Mk *Newts t, Ckd.
0 0 11 14.202.20 Jun
VOA L1V341 , 0, Ci 4 (tcyjnbra Ai Bar,
ship • RI
11:11MIL LULU fteautoit.)—Tia• BIM*
Taatillia, .aaar kaabrir at
wharf. will osa iiioist4liSS, Lip blight 'hippo!,
hp Me "Mil from thebsriitewme
Wood et pomesilis i sidif coaidasea t!o Woods LI
pilvorpOif. lihindetkoilsoos a NW": •
is 'Atli' a Takinar
A FRESH SUPPLY
NOB TUB PIOPLE.
LIST OF arsoriio sancinua.
No. I—For Favor, ragestion and
tho Bad. Ti—lfor Worm rarer. Worm Ore, Wing
wNo of . 3—For
n Dor. Orying. Toothing and W
4—Yor Diarrhea, Marra Ironton an
mer Oomplainto. sum-
No. s—For Orr, Griping, Bywater, or Bloody
No. 6—for Ohara, Oholara Hortmo,
No. I—For Warr. Colds, Warr axe Throe*.
No. B—For loothrsoorthoi Nblzroltm.
9—Fer Headaoho, Vertigo, Rust and
el the Head.
No. 10—Eggoaria Paio—Far Weak sad Dimmed
Bronch, Cructipathrn and Liver Oomplaint.
No. 11—For Tumor Irregularitir Pa da
B tae Lonsurfbasi Ptiftle lbw" ilaarhill
down of Posagos. •
No. 13—For Orinp, House Grugb. Bad linothing.
• No.l4—Bak Mori lfre IltryWr ee;
Maul, Pimples on the Yam. •
No, vs—neeooso POL—Por Point h visso or
Borrow in tho Orr, Zook, Loins or
No. 121—flornal eaksiono, Involuntary geoharge
and Norm Debility.
d 119—ifort Month, or Clankor of adults or okr
No. 110-11kruy Incontinence, Weethig the Bed
No. 31 —Painful Periods, Prow or bpassw.
No. 3 3-6affering at rug of Mk Finahoo.
No. 3 3-1441sply and gnaw& Moir at. Viii.
—Fcrr Farr and Ague, OM Few, Dumb Ague,
—lor Pry Blind or Bleeding, Intoned or ilto
o—No Blu r or Ingamod Ism and lyeildg
lair& Wentered med.
o=Eor Grab, of long staring or moicall, What
with obitmction er ravf ain Warw.
Whooplog Omsk, Wri as fts viola nor..
• ALSO fIPZOLIRCIL
Pop Agra or Petrie—.larreo. Moult, La.
bored Bew:dog, attended Group and Bogor
eibra.. Prim 00 canto pir ban.
Par Ear Diamterre mad Debson—grobargus ran
the Frith, wilt of &Wet lever Wake yr Mie.
our& For Nolan in the Her. Hardman of Her.
loand Zinging in the Las, and Zaretre. Prim,
ento par bar;
Mindful/15w --Inoge aiCanditirmailk=
lag ants pg. biog.
lad Irma Dokitgr.—P or Narrow Wor
ry dam ths rad of I Blemerve liodli
=WA okr Ftrairing Drbrope, Prko, 60 cants
For Dry/r/.—Fluid ionnuaslations, Turd Swell.
Mg with gray Secretion*. 'Prim, fem. per box.
/Sorra Bioirm.—Daml4 &raw Vertigo, Bate
ma, Vomiting, and glokmal from riding or naotics.
Prim, GO cents per box.
fr Bram Dbaus.—For Gravel, Bar Lknolt4
rta Urination, MINIMA of the ICkineys.
onsegont Pontintion and Deb Di
ility. Tha mod
immortal and remedy known, and may be
upna as • 9.es. Prim, gl per box.
101fX X. FULTON,
Noe. 67 larts 69 Fora Brzare,
Bole Atm& ex the Woodlice Gauntry
ibconyzabod by the lolligkion
Opsn for Doparlta from 10 to o'sloak p. a"
da on BATURDAT zvlaruies, frao4o
Mir 01Sos, ea 10IIRTEI arszzr.
A 001rilathINT and PIMMITWILM
DEPOSMIY, Ibr Machanka, Laborers, GLIPtio, and
W those whom means or easing. are smath It abe
oenunende Itself to Szemators, Administers, Clot.
Motors, Agents, voluntary go labs or Amodetkoe,
and pane= of all dames.
Interest at the rote of 111 Pia MEMpet as.
sum I. aid on deposits, which, If not drawn, will
be plead to. the ansdit of the depositor ea the And
dun Of May end November, and thereafter bear the
samerntermd es the ptincipth At tide ista, man
will deaths In In, thee twain pa,
Interest will cenunanos on all Avails the first and
m days of the month after sorb depodte a
Boob, containing coartet, By-Len, •0., fornigte
id on agedicattee, et the odic%
Pia Prakises—W. B. OOPILIZA
Hon. imox. Heirs, i Hon. J. K. Havithead
haw lone., G. ff,.... 7
W. B. Copeland, Jacob Palma.
Harvay Cadlaa, Monolog Wasik,
Wm. H. Smith.
revdeean, sad Treamy,,,..-L. d. Hall3/111.
93 MAIMIT 87/11131T.
LADIZEP 11101100e0 IBLIPPNBA,
Do. HID 111111.1./D BOOT% only .
n•. CONG. EXIIILND CFAIT/118, my LIN.
Main War Diktat'Nitta,
081LD8Z8 4 15.00A2 BO
BOW £BD YOUTH% BAIMOSAUI; t
AND oail,Duars aosaasse omim AND
BALNORiaIi Call sad wan • bargain tools".
J. H. BORLAND, NI Market street.
pesse - Gz FROM THE "OLD OWN..
.D. UT."—The uudicaliamt Is saw masted le
bring out emigrants from say part of: Do.
laud or lloottaud, Other by awls, boatel
goism, bactudtot the unalueth stassusr "0 ' T
IAbTI6," et iten clam Wittig Ilausbr. he kw
Mau tickets ask be paanu,,,ftt Drat otharotbouba
Pattab ma nommen bum fury
W , bauchtnar at Loadatulausy ton Do aulat.
Tb• matilag vameala Lave Umlaut fintsty west.
Addaxes, D. 07 1 / 1 1114
.:Zurupson *wavy. Obrooka, Dulklbur,
lattth strut. Pluthtexii,
O'NEIL a STONEMAN,
EARIIPAOTI/ItlEB Or. WIB3 ivoax,
Rue always on hand and mete to order IRONARD
RUSS BOREIR WIRE °LOSE; I of WI
kings RIDDLES. for roandry us; M. ITI
woat WIEDOWb, do.;BLED cuara, OR
RAkUIRTILL WIEL WORE. tor Ifkrutris, he.
sirvaidim of WWII for atio, et
No. 10 POrritTll
pURR Ica GOLD SODA WATER,
Drava from Pomolab, rambles
And also dallcdonsloll CIAIAX and 0/71118, at all
Wads, !hall emir day, as
No. 111 Diamond. A
Rea removed Ids aloe to the Onus or Haze axe
y &NUM. above Seziabay's lam, maws
cia Libert street.
1191 . 01165 e Loan from 9 aL. WI y
SOWERS' BONDS WANTED,
41. NoTIGHEI BARKING EOM
lo.us wins num
cutNTRAL DRUG MORE,
Cbrike eh!. iiillsranst, away AMON%
6 1 110. •. SALLY. Proprietor.
BPARZLIZG SODA WAT
ktIILICS 1 MULES I
•ra u uteg,unrivi**(bre6l zura4 s'
lrroin LS to - 16 handshigh... pus Loa sain at Rana.
Road Jar th roe day'.
R E VENUESTAMM—A.Ibn limit*
loont of aflame amps Is kept on band a ago
Wong Boltontio Ma, Ma. a Waior.ana.
gloom Ponons_ porchadog froaailloo hie&
Woad go Gooorsome
DAVID •7inakolk—ef th en
This Ant dui Hotel to Dow ppm*: nosptke'
of= JULIAN, i Wart Propeletais.
IMR 41,24 P A I/ENV'. WINDOW
SHAIDII,II ass stook sir
ti La post
bwoutifol_ stria elßoAr. nom. ljrsb,
weer Odars, kr Ws law sr2S spa WU. astr sat
11 • J. tB. remark
, ft/41ft skew*
Ver s li V l 4,4 l t m i t e a us HAI
„ 114. ;` 'I 4OOOIY
lum ed. Sairlii4grigr.
GM= bit sushile ma
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----,4,-I * .- oßtwo,-',, , .4, .. --:,
HENRY G. RAM &
SPRING STOCK OP GOODS,
Adapted to a ant due tradadrich hu bun edam.
ad with mut ears to mast spprotatioa of %
= n timfa. and patrons. and.hinattap. dm at.
to-butaun and Ulla maul% to by
apprpral of an who may bur na with a
Ma& to order bethue beet maim and eletatil•
toms. Having &Mod • greet many on r
and-devatob. 113.1401111 n,
ibr iStaie. ineid awl Lino Offlown, a• nal at be
Nine we an rowed to monis onleos eh ibp
Likewise • very choke
GOO itleotion of ruazuenas
DS always on band.
ith6 COL or naA t ter. cute mans.
81117117 AND TOBIIOOO, /Untri . • olllB7 l / 1 ,
• 16 416 CIUNRYBiI BTRIZT.
p ("xiseady 12 Chatham otreetalaw Tort.)
Wonhi eaU the attention of dealers te tim wham of
hit sannfattere, Ws:
Wacebol, rho 'liappee„ Game. Ram, Amnion
Geeileste,Dealgros, Pore Virelata, Haotdloolue,
a troth Book&
!loofah. High Tout Boatel, Irida Bleb Tort
Landyoot, umsy Dew Scotch, Fresh Honey &t:deb.
larAttentkok f. cailad to the large redneticat ht
palm of Tine• Oat Oheiries and &oohing Taboos,
whioh will be hand of • superior enaihy.
Baaciao—Lanir, N0..1. Ho. A•Efoi: 1 and SI nand,
Ina arr Oziererta--P. 6: Ta, or Oda ; Chran•
dlab, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Oronooo ; Tin NO
axasimt-49. &lab tWaliab, Clammier, Tarkfah.
IL-4 demise of prima will be rent on open.
IitrOORMOR & GLBISON,
SHEET AND BAR LEAD,
Baran Nam gam anuses.,
pLtrliThr - --------------- --- ICREC MATER I A L S ,
lIIIPOSTRIS AND' WHOLICSALI DLLS.%
N.. n oir a o oommisr., PhiriadslAbg
Gonstantly fa stong • large assortmeut of Copper,
Zino. Iran and Galvanised lrou_Bath Tuba
Marbled Plug Brim
White and Marbled or Bins Gloat Hadar.
Ship Water Meseta, complete.
Water Mesta of miry
Pamps, ,, ts . ms, do. '
ben and Ibtamelisd Portable Wash Stands.
Vitribad Drain rips.•Hencs, Branches and Traps.
Plumbers' Bram and Plated Work , ilif every di.
Lead 'rrais and &ads. Pine and Cedar Hydrant
Ports. Hydrant Hods, Plumbers' Books, Marbb
Mate, Webber Hasa, gig, aa low as any house In tbe
. ..... -- """ER 18 0 .2.
G .& zt, P 30 T 8 .
W. D. & a WCALLUX
. . .. , .
41. bugs portkos of our stock /en ing been bought
pons to a series of advances, yid now replenish.
ad, Ond the newest prenadiv i Llargest 'deign, of the season)
• . ..
QUM, OIL GLOT2AWHIDOW MAMA kg,
A invorabla opportunity is oilers . d to p
moderate ratan, as prices will certainly No higher.
*ADISON STARCH AGENCY:
euslene for wed Sr. Agents, ke_Pleseleulth and
wArra MADISON BT4RCR OOKPARY,
And keep constan
uri tl7 ma hand a ottmly of thetr
trusoic.nrioas mbiliti which will
issittitho to the mum ook moot tomonnblo Mum
SGROMAICEM & LANG, t
Produce-4 burro' ulen Merchant,
And daaleitzliq kiwis et .00IINTAT PRODUCOL
No. lid iuszarrorlitsr,
adalaa• • • * 'Privity's% Pa.
200 iss- •
LB rarriat •
booptltb and Joys ChM*
25 hoilchotta 081,0 and block Tom
D crul do
od. codas and Wed Ikon;
20 tam. Jam PAWL Ir. loom
202 . 0 4,42ha1f bbli. Noe 1, 42 8 Mocker*
20% do do • White /lab;
6 bozos= &am
a. uhrefouolooor.ti diem= Soar,
20 -do Golden llyropz
16 do Labrador Honlat;
Jost foookrild =Mr HU b 7.
La • LXBDSAY j TIMED,
•• 187 Liberty tivot.
gopplis a' limelight' by entry .
Zoom semi win 1111 • quest 'where Mee we thte pe k.
agnunaber that it la tbat does-this.
wanton the bees !Whittling that are
re anent!. The
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