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TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 80
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SOtir 1. DILLTO.
Twit announcement we bid from Wash
bean yesterday morning, hid
:, patekin advance of the Associated Press,
that Gea. HOOILZIL hid been relieved, at
r his own request, of the command of the
Army of the Potomac, and General Muni
assigned thereto, doubtless caused &sten
& ishmeat to our readers generally. Per
.: haps some even, like oareelves,were
ed to be incredulous, and refused to believe
SO strange, so entirely unlocked-for a 'de
, velopment,' without farther testimony—
without, at lent, the full complement of
two witnesses prescribed by the law. Of
course, we have had such frequent experi
ence of the accuracy, reliability and die
' eriminationof our correspondent at Wash
- ington, that, while we waited and reflected,
we reared—feared that, instead of being
ciantradieted, it would be fully corroborated.
Led so it has been. A brief dispatch
from the * Agent of the Associated Press
soon followed to confirm the report of our
correepoodent—end 'll2 the mouth of two
erttue:oroovery word has been established.'
Weli.twormed gentlemen with whom we
have couversed nesure us that Gen. Hook
, was health has not been good for several
weeks, and that it was for that reason that
he asked to be relieved. There has been
no intimation whatever that the President,
or the Secretary of War or Gen. 'tutees
was at all diseatiefled with Gen. Hoossa.
Gen. lawn, upon whom this important
command has devolved, was second In
rank to Gen. Boozes on the Rsepahan
nook. He is a Penasylvnnian, and has the
reputation of being an able and energetic
officer. He commanded the Pennsylvania
Reserves In the assault upon the rebel
works at Fredericksburg last December,
and his division certainly made a more se
mans impression upon them, than was made
by any other. Nevertheless it is to be re
gretted that any change has been found
necessary at this time.
Should the army of the Potomac gain
♦lotory over that of General LIC3 in Mary
land, the splendid fortifications so promOt
ly thrown up.arosuid these cities by their
energetic people—who vent into the work
with an energy that has few if any eiam
pies- --will remain as proud monumenta of
their patriotism and public) spirit, and that,
perchanoe, may be all; but should _things
goadversely in the impending conflict be
tween the two great armies, then we shall
' realm their rains. ;Every pass is cover-
ed, every avenue of approach can be sue.
The next work before us is to get troops
to man them. We have some; tut we need
more, many more—the more the better.
Let us have twenty thousand men—organ
ised, officered, drilled men—who can be
called together in a few hours, and we may
with these fortifications, set all rebeldom
lint let Übe borne inmind that this work
ameba done quickly; and, to be available,
it must be done before the panto-exciting
news shall reach us that the reb•le are
coming. It ought to be done con j. prin
ciple of the old maxim, "In pesos prepare
for war." Even brave men, if thrown to
gether in a hurry, are but a mob—utterly
unavailable and unreliable.
And let us bear another thing in mind.
Should the rebels pounce upon as before
we are ready for them, these works of de
fence will be worse than useless. True, it
would require a formidable force to take
them even now; but this city is a tempting
pris-; and In the event of a disaster to our
'arils in Dieryland, we know not what fora
may be pushed to this point. It is wise,
therefore, to be reedy for what may even
possibly happen. It will not oast much, let
the fo,m of organisation be what it may;
--and should the rebel army be defeated, it
will be little more than a matter of form;
and yet every man ekhe now enrolls his
name, sod arinidii the defence of his coun
try, his State, his borne and his family,
will feel the better for it all his life. Let
every one who has the physical strength,
arm and ready, and should he never be re
quired to fire a shot or strike a blow, the
honor will be none the lees.
The Removal of General Curtis Rs..
pistoled...A Letter of the Preset.
Mr. Daaws read the folloWing lettej7
winch will form a ourions historical doiu.
merit some day in the coitrse of a rather
warm discussion in the Missouri State on
v'ention, last weak. Doubtless the 'public
will read it with interest, for seen now it
is • curious document.
Wasateorox, Iday 27, 1888.
astral J. Y. Schofield:
Dux Biz: Haring, remond Osumi
Curtis and assigned you to the command of
the Department of the Idisiouri, I think it
may be of some advantage for me to state
to you wby I dui it. lad not reliro•Tiar
oral Curtis beanasti of toy AU cesteietion that
he had date tom; iy einsainies a mission-
I did it because of a conviction in my mind
that the Union men of Missouri constituting,
witen`united,"a vast majority of the whale
pople, ba we entered into a pestibmt faction
,. quarrel =Dug themselves, Gen. Curt%
perhopei..stitpt choke, befog the hood of one
latmion, sod. Governor Oambl• thst of the
takter..! After mouths of labor te'reoonoile
the difficulty, it. seemed to groW worse and
worse, notil I felt it my duty to break it up
somehow; and al I could not name Gem.
err Ghtabk a j iusd to remove Gomel Artie.
Nor thus on Mite the position, I wish
you to uado "Uttar merely because Go a .
Curtis or' Gov. Gamble did it, but to exer
cise your own judsment and do ngliS for
the puhlio interest. Let your military men
:: Sores be stress suough to riper the lava,-
' 7 ,4lisre and keep the pesos sod not is strong
to,onseessaarily harms sad garments
the people. - It is • difficult eels, ea so
=nob greater will be the howl; yon Nlr.
Ginn it well. If too* facitionsore sal u m .
„Ideal abuse you, you will prelaidgrkosmg4
sight. Dewar* of .being mailed .lty sa.
dad prolistl by the otbsr.
The Crists”A Word in Beason.
The following remarks • on the military
movements of the last two syseta—the pres
ent-situation of affairs—and the duty of
the people of the northern, particularly of
leaded States, to meet, in an adequate
manner, the crisis which is now upon them,
we take from the columns of one of our ex
changes, and commend to the earnest and
practical consideration of our readers :
Lee and Hooker have been playing a fine
game of strategy during the list two weeks,
in which, so far as can be seen now, the rebel
commander has been beaten by his antago
nist. Lee's object probably was to draw on
a battle before Washington, with the hope
that if he should chance to best Hooker he
might capture the capital; while, if he were
defeated, he would retreat behind the Rap
pahadnook, and gain time beyond that bar
rier to retrieve the disaster. This offer of
battle Hooker deolinek in accordance with
the well-known rule which forbids a gen.
oral to give battle when the losses, in case
of defeat, would be greater - than the proba
ble gains in case of victory. Hooker waited;
his cavalry hasmet and beaten Lee's number
of times; but his main army has been held
in hand, ready to deliver the blow which is
required at the most favorable moment.
This moment is now not far oft; and it
belongs to the whole people to take care
that, when it comes, the great battle shall
not be lost for leak of strength on our side.
Hooker has a flEll army, but so has Lee;
Hooker has certain advantages on his side,
but we should make sure that he shall have
aIL Lee, in crossing the Potomac, has
placed all on the hazard:of a great battle.
He ran the risk last year,
and made his
escape; ails year it must be the nation's
care that he does not get away again. Nu
man is sure of victory till the battle has
been fought. Suppose Lee and Hooter en
gaged, with all their available toroth; sup
puce that by some mischance our army cut
teredeteat, can we afford to run that risk?
We have at least a hunched thousand
veteran aoldiers iu tee kl.iiern Satre,
could watch to the battle field at ohoe vitth•
out prt-Ittatuary delay or drilling. it is
tow time fur these to grasp their muskets
'toe more and has•en to Maryland, to help
the detect and ahothtlation 01 the grew'
Est rebel army. Another hundredtheu
aand men should be placed in camp, to be
drilled and prepared for a campaign. It
is time for the whole nation to arise; the
great occasion has come, and now, if we
nad prepared ourselves for it, and had col
lected a drilled reserve force, we might end
the rebellion in a month. The rebels, driv
en to desperation, have at last ventured to
the point where a defeat will be ruinous to
them, but where, on the other hand, if them",
can gain a victory, they will pat n 'CS
great loss and to greater shame. Lee is
too able a commander to run such a risk
without strengthening himself to the utmost;
no doubt he has drawn reinforcements from
every Southern State; possibly he has even
kept Pemberton weak, that he might be the
stronger in the East. If, by a great blow,
the rebels could capture Washington, they
might readily give up Vicksburg to its fate;
and it is not improbable that this is the
present purpose of Davis and Lee.
Circumstances demand of the people of
the free States, therefore, irtstant and great
preparations. We have nothing to fear
and everything to gain, if we are equal to
the emergency; but we must make ready
at oncer, we ought - to have made ready long
ago for just this great and decisive moment
which seems to be approaching. All the
advantages, here, are on our side; we are
to fight the battle not on ground which our
Generals do not know, and at a great dis
tance from our base, as in hloCiellsn'e Pen
imam campaign, but on oar own ground,
where the people are our own people, the
nature of the country thoroughly known,
and our supplies near at handy while the
' enemy's are far away. Bat as our advan
tages are great, so, also, is the penalty of
defeat, under such cironmstances, serious.
Therefore it is that we hope every trained
soldier now at home will bold himself in
readiness for instant service, while all who
love their country will prepare to take up
arms and march to make sure and final,
and total, the defeat of Lee. •
L Lesson of the Hour.
We have at this moment $ most instruo
five example of what the future of the bor.
der States would be if the Union should be
destroyed; to which end the rebels at. the
South and the copperheads of the North ,
are vigorously co-operating.
Pennsylvania is invaded and panio
struck. Several of her small towns have
been captured and robbed, her capital is
threatened and Pittsburgh is in danger.
She offers but little organised resistance,
end if she escapes the most seriona dis
asters from the present raid of the enemy,
will owe much if not all of her good for
tune to the prompt gallantry of the New
York troops who have rushed to her de
Suppose, now, that the rebels could suc
ceed in establishing their independence.
They would at once become really tormida
ble, for the Confederacy would sat as one
man on a single principle, that of main
taining and' extending slavery. Tele
unity of purpose would secure unity of ac
tion. The elaveholding government would
control a large body of troops thoroughly
trained to war, who would proles living on
soldiers' pay rather than return to Limit
pine barrens to gather tar and turpentine.
Tune a regular e,andtng army, ready for
eaten at any moment, would be reedy to
start at the tap of the drum.
What would be the condition of the bor
der States under snob a state of things?
Deplorable enough. They would be tO•
tally incompetent to resist the aggressions
of their Soutnern neighbors—more so than
they now are, for the strength of the Union
now supports them. They would never
ltuow tranquility again, except at the cost'
of tubmieeion, abeelute and degrading
What would life and property be worth in
these States, when thus wesailed or domi
nated? What man of property or what
working man would remain on the bank.
of the Potomac when his acquisitions be-.
came so insecure? In one word, the bor
der States, if the rebels were nationalised,
would become the easy prey of their neigh
bors, miserable appendages of a military
It ls clear, then, that the only salvation
for these States is to rouse themselves to
the most vigorous action against their In
vaders, and never to lay down their *r m.
till the rebels are thoroughly overthrown
and vanquished. In the restoration of the
Union is their only escape from-ruin.
A correspondent &Wes the following de
. some of the shells which are
imposed upon the army of Gen. Grant by
oontrsetors, and suffered to' pus by neg
ligent ordnance inspectors. We frost that
none of these shells were nude in Pitts
Some shells examined were quite mkt
rated with sand holes. One had four bolsi
in the bus, one of them extending to the
powder within" Of course that must, if
Pd—audit might be used at night—burst
in the gun, or at its entrance into the air.
Others were made with fine powder, which
propels farther than coarse. In the same
case were pound bags of fine and coarse.
Some were in cotton cloth, others in woolen;
the one will not burn, the othe sot easily
A swab will wipe out the crisp flannel,
while sparks of tinder from the cotton will
remain, in spits of that. Two men had
their arms blown off from this cause. Is it
not barbarous to treat men so ? This is •
thiog that should receive prompt ineesti.
gallon, and retribution should follow'where
the blame rests. The government peys for
good ocatotuaiots, sad okould metro it,
Mao is an inspector whose duty it is to see
- that, assoptitor is excised. _ Itokihtso men
tipooloo,ibidr Why; thew
abitliiiiiiikona wateragbVirliat tb•
linjor-General Butler on the Ware
I have always lived a Democrat sword-
Lug to the strictest /aids. I know of no bet
ter democracy than mine.
But at-the present time new principles,
new measures, and new thoughts of the
future must occupy our minds, rather than
the buried issues of the past. The two
years just gone by have taught us great
troths as a nation. We have learned more
in this time than nations of old acquired
in a century. To-day, with the enemy
thundering at the gates of the capital, the
question arises, what can be done to pre
serve the integrity of the Union? To res
cue the nation is the great duty of all pa
triots. To do this we must unite with loyal
men everywhere. The negro question must
not trouble us; it is *dead issue of the past.
No one need trouble themselves about that.
And now about the habeas corpus. Accord
ing to the Constitution it couldbe suspend
ed only, when the safety of the country de
mands it. That is and ever shall be my
My Democratic friends I my peculiarly ex
cellent Democratic friendsl A man high
in office once thought of suspending the
habeas corpus. Would you like to know
the circumstances? It was the occasion of
the conspiracy of Aaron Bun, and ths actor
was Thomas Jefferson, Once it was really
suspended at New Orleans and by whom?
Oen. Andrew Jackson. We have • rebel
lion on one side, and an invasion by Lee
on the other, and if the Constitution ever
julitiles the suspension of this writ, it
would do Bounder our present circumstan
ces. When the war Is over, I will go as far
to protect those privileges as any Demo
crats who now stay at home and mock me.
Sly Democratic Mends, 1 repeat it.--put
down this rebellion, and you won't hear
.thyttung about the suspension of the ha
beas co: pus.
We bear a great deal from the Demo
crats about settling up this matter. 1 ask
the caesium, shall we compromise to-daj
Dreokinridge, with hands imbued
with the blood of your brothers, come beck
.1.11 take his beat in the denote of the
United States? Snail \V %fall come back
end take his place in the halls of flatiouiti
Legislation? I agree with my friends,
they shall not; and in closing 1 can only
say that there is one duty tor us all Inflow
...our of national peril; it is to sustain the
olovernment of the United Suttee. When
peace and a re-united nation cones again,
uteri we can settle all our tumor dttlereu
am—Speech at Concord.
Close of the le.o,oetionoi POSta
The London iimei correspondenk
writing on the 11th inst., says:
The International Postal Congress term
inated its sittings yesterday, and the re
sults of the discussions, watch have ex
tended over a month, are most satisfacto
ry. New Jim:11111.1mi will be given by con
ventions with tho different governments to
post office communications, founded on the
resolutions of the Congress. There will
probably be an augmentation granted in
the weight of letters, and a diminution in
the cost of postage. The heavy charges
on transit are likely to be modified. The
sittings of the Congress were presided
over by M. Vandal, the director general of
the French poet office, and we hear that the
warmest thanks were given to him for the
courtesy and ability with which he direct
ed the discussions. A vote of thanks to
the American government forhaving taken
the initiative in this important movement
was also passed, and the liberal ideas ad
vocated throughout by Dir. Reason, the
trans-Allende delegate, were cordially ac
A graceful allusion was made to the ser
vices rendered by Sir Rowland Hill, the
great postal reformer, to whom especially
the low rate of postage and the enormous
increase of correspondencence, from eighty
million to six hundred and five million of
letters, in Great Britain, is mainly due.
Newspapers, books, and allotherartiolee of
postal transport, will receive additional fa.
cilides among the contracting governments.
The subject is now exciting much attention
in France, and it Is believed that the Eon
parer and the Minister of Finance enter
tain large and liberal views. At the last
meeting of the Political Economy Club
postal reform was the principal subject of
debate, and Sir Jahn llowring was called
upon to initiate the discussion. There was
perfect unanimity of opinion as to the de
sirability of minimising rates and extend
ing accommodation. Whether or not the
conveyance of letters should be a monopoly
retained in the hands of government, and
whether it might not be desirable that the
postal service should be gratuitously ren
dered (as is the case with the administra
tion of jostles) for the common good, are
questions on which there is a great diver
,- I gence of opinions.
Emancipation la Missonriu-Eman .
cipation in Other mates.
It devolves upon the Missouri State Con
vention to eel an example of emancipation
that shill serve as a guide to our sister
Slave States, which, sooner or later, will be
groping their way to the very track we are
following. There seem to be few symp
toms of an emancipation sentiment in Ma
ryland, 'llentithly, Tennessee and Lipid
ins, at this time; but there were tew
toms of an emancipation sentiment in Rt.:-
sours twelve months ago—so few and feeble
mused, teat the very Convention that is
now consulting as to the speediest advisa
ble mode of effecting emanoipation, re/used
dun corn to entertain the subject. Surely
we have made some progress in Missouri
in the last twelve months. is it not possi
ble—nay, is it not probable, that a similar
advance may be made in Maryland, Ken
tucky, Louisiana and Tennessee in the next
twelve months, and that another year may
develop the first feeble movements of a
great emancipation struggle even in stag
nant South Catolina, lieorgia and Ala
bama? 10 times Of war nothing seems 103-
puseible. Certainly, nothing is wondertuL
We are living at a r■ptd rate. A week,
now, brings with it more changes and
events than an age of the old peace we love
to think of.
Missouri is the leader in the movement
of Emancipation. Let her prove equal to
the proud position, and worthy the coati
denim of those who are to folitiw her. Our
State Convention is really considering a
plan of Emancipation for at/ Ossaays States,
and the time is not far distant when its
prooeedings andante will be earnestly scru
tinised for light to guide Maryland and
Kentucky out of the darkness of slavery
into liberty. We devoutly trust the Con
vention will prove equal to lishigh mission,
and give us an ordinance of Emancipation
whose wisdom, Justin and humanity may
make it worthy of imitation by the States
that come after us.--Bt. Louis Union.
" Scarcity of Labor in lowa.
Should this part of lowa be favored with
• bountiful harvest, as there Is every reason I
to hope; the scarcity of labor will prove a
very serious obstacle to the successful gath
ering of its fruits. Already our farmers
are anxiously inquiring for the help they
will soon so much need. We hear two dol
lars per day talked of as the minimum price
for harvest, hands. No wheat grower in
this region, or elsewhere in lowa, can af
ford to pay that price; necessity may com
pel the payment of such rates, but it will
be at the suorillos of all profit on the crop,
it no more, unless wheat should Command
an unusually high price. An importation
of a few hundred of industrious laborers
into lowa would be a real boon to the State:
We know. mot where to look for the needed
blessing, unless it be tattle "Sunny South."
There was bone and sinew enough there to
spars a few months ago; but since the
"darkies" Dave proved such adepts in the
art of thrashing rebels we are not sure that
, help could be had even from that region.—
' If they have a surplus down there perhaps
a loan could be effected ta favor of lowa
farmers. They will and aid, that's car.
a tria.-..Prositott Geswillk •
0. Ink Deao4 Nits= strop% .the
alltealasse If bie probssies.
I. ATTENTION, ALUM:3EOINY Pl'-
Ton ass requantd it met it WAOITINGION
HALL Barnes arca, cn th M.MUS.. ,
Business of Importancs transact
jachltiga . it.Ampigit. rapt
-.CAI . I . HNTIesIik, tdedatr.E. likrAl 4-
'roar 'Mg I—The comprny enrollei by the on
dersigned for the six months' yentas, which bee
been trpulsing In Camp Howe. le , by c° l " . ' of all
conosentd. changed Into a three months' ccmosny,
to be attached to a regimes t that is being raked for
001. J. D. Clark. AU men Imre led In that otmosmy
are hereby Distilled to be in Camp Howe en '°ID.
NEISO/111 morning, to be mastered into service A
few more men are wanted to Ad up es ooraParlYs
1:a til Wadondey, the Rollo will he found at the
old Market Home, Alleshene. The time to short.
We mkt all be home be the till erection.
Rally. b eof the dad, and all otters wl oss
to defend their astir. State In the time slits grsak4
eat ne-d. 0.291 p. 10aNAllle.
10 . i . Utt iKs MODati.O.
Becrutta erantadl to all op this Battery, under
The Battery Is too In Carp near WU.Ural:tun
ntimints resdy for the
hold. Otthecs and others, who ors wllllog to re
'pond to the test tall of the Governor—for arte
• silo. mar, rtastr &akar/xi—yin dud roan
rig dhow id the sake of H. h. wearer, ltie. 106
I,OIEDITH STREET, who will enroll men and um,
tbom to Camp
W. W. WARD.
0. Bastin U WAN':IiH, f -r the
9 b Ere ',opt Ps. It. V. 0., or Any other
renn•ylvenia b•,lreent• now In the Gel& te•ch re
ctal( witi r•Orrre One handed dons., boom).
.enty nine rot en will Da pill In •dvance ea *non
Si Sworn Mtn ten lOW rit•tas writs.
other Inc T., art n inquire at No. Td'
Stint?, opposite the ['yet UM.,
tint LLent. and re:rnllng 001o,r, ill,eemet
rW , n•. n.-erne 1.19 leueod
d PENIS - h. MILIT'A.
teenty m rat. , ill. tea. he ad • pt d ID Aid eddi•
Deny. ,• at hurt arm. atk.l C. , t •ak. tit
mita, tor Ike Ite.fklie on their antes'
Al Or to v....v. OS, k/ 11U lekialf..
Jere f Ved .s 1 et eel. ll.ab ar.
Il liAbiefuN oße el Mtl , ( r,)
VOLAI law 'cad man vitt' 4.
accepted ID lbw Ilatttr,.
applteettcn may be made to Lieut. A. N. VIOL.
Boutos.. uttpt E. 8. lintit. novost Awns . ,
at Otrani Moor., c.rner Sminflald and Think stmts.
feATTIihTIUN I -
, cone mate mos Ir &rad to All the ranks ol
tee Fir amnia ea. Altura . now in name.
Ftwanits will be uniformed and equtprd as won
me et looted. It. Os LW AY,
jeS as, • • lonel Oomer anoint,
W UNION MIN, AITmNTION.
'lbws to an oleo matter of the II otos
Leer. of Sou tanahly. at L.lOB.TuAr'S
ills, on the Perrysville 6166 k Bo 4, on WINS N
Doir r. July I at, at p
aldrairree .111 be delivered by Bon. Jain, ts. Gas.
War V sc. N. desere, and °thus: oil
ustate.ed toe cause of Liberty and Hight are
cordially invited to strand. Hy otv.er or
N. A.-4 meeting of class= or tke township. for
sameurpose of drill add sena' e. will be held et the
place, at 6 061666 p. la. of the tame day.
if q6l.l3.oEitir4 —Tue esootuolders cf
ticY me PlttablUgb s Allege, of Bridle 00..
bead .treat.) ore htreby nottfleo that an Iltation
,r President and Minton, to eerve for the twain
year. 0111 to had et toe TOII Rome, at the Llorth
end of the Bulge, on MONDAY. Jail ash.
Illheth a. oldaNGlt,
LASqd Secretaty end 'beam:rah
tO.ELECTION.- 1 he tt Akholdere of
tea Little Bah )1111 line Haired Uo. u•
melt, notified that an Meatiest will be bola ier
Prestaeist and Directors. to slime for the ensuing
yam. on YUn DsS. ths gTth day of Jo y mixt, at
he Mike el the Dempsey. la Temperanotell.
them ths Manor t and 4 o'clock p. m.
1647:im 4, N s eiem s Lb, Preeldar t.
URIC ALLINBIAT VAZIAT 11. Clo.,
PlLSOlifsb, .1 atm 141.14 1861 f
TU SEMI-ANNUAL COUPONS
of the Bradt ot this toad, doe Jul/ Ist. 1801,
•ill be ptia ea that doe, at the olloa of the (lamps.
ay, In to. OW of Po,,aborsh. Persons holding Ooa•
p as cf thle and doe,lattlary lat. 1851, will plow
pststat them for pa) !fleet.
0, 0. 0.81.. Trea•arrr.
o*Onat•os - o v./Imi,
CLATCLaND PirraBISSO2I RiauSoap Co..
Criaremitl. May fatb, thaa.
Wq. SPECIAL MEETIIiO OF' THE
EMOOILHOLDIMS of Ulla Oommuty will be
bath al It/ adios In therelaod, ea WIIDEIMIDA the
lot der of dal) aext, at /V o'clock a. m. ou mid day,
to tats lain orathlarattoa the prmaisfy of Mama.
L:=Oapital Mock of the Ootripinay to an', automat
tto allo o . of lb* =rumba of Ka Mortgage
troth Vas Maga Booth will 1m closed from Jam
that to Jelly 9d. L 13,0thaWMIA4
Vlrlie■ Or REIMS. IWOIVWT/0111‘ , 41...
ritarourgh, Kay I .
WNOTICTE HEREBY GIVEN to
low autiottogr. to th• Stook of the Waste
ern treneyortetion !stymy that an osenameent of
PIVO DuuballYl MI 00 ) Psa 13" le .0 th
" Wm beam
embed upon the 'took entoorfted, payabe ono"
of the trealwer, bahroursh, oa or before the
Mb day of in.., lOC, and • like amount miry
(hut, theroatter, natil otherobe wilted :-
by ceder of the ioartt.
keithot s. J. iffenowseu,Norsuirs.
IWNOTIM—The kiabsoription Books
or tk. Cooper rite Anne • leanauttettel
..lotapeny sill continuo open et the Mee' ot J. n.
()writs it 00., Bath Bleat. Iftfth tames, twin M.
, her 1..41.. .41 4.1
rrIIKEE BTOBY BRICK DWELLING
rob, !ALL lapel. on eocood molt. bolo eon
t nod Wood p.olor, &Ain room, Idiot:-
on. bob room, cellar, yard, En ohamters. •
r. r tin end Unit opp y
1. 0 0 ont ono 01
9.4rnicnt co la run ALc...-
64t/ Three-. ory arick doelelag boos* sod I.e riles.
• •opal a. Oa lb ra te.ab,ae rt a Ohara!, e
pa leer, aor DJ 1 . 002,11, cellar and Ined. rr.ce SAKI
ea poly eo
peal a nrrrawrivr k RONA, 61 16:arkot
• F., •LF, IS I Akirb.—.A. full is..surt.
LAI meat of Say, one rumps t. kept Am baud at the
41411.1 aavana• I.OOILo. tio. 67 VI , 6106 .tree*, al.O
jaaoy. Porwma poruktealug le galootillta, Soili be al
lowed LW Gotwassoaz dfseassi.
'JAM N. WHITS,
nt el,. CIA .1 • 'loot Pann'a.
300 doses Saw bo. Noe 1, 2 sod 5;
2(0. de 11013. An;
10 0 do Buse sod ass 10030;
10 do Or me oosibes:
to do Soso BookeLiq
Now nothing sod for osio o.
connum. 300. I®tissito otos._
r .. B *we.
e.,0 rimater 07 Paggirevatnt,
rcorth at., Mote:rue, P .., Jaen. dm, UM.
QS/UAW PROPOSALB will be reedy.
INJ mist Ihie aloe mall MONDAY, July eth, at
0000 Or for nisbine to the United States:
LOCO Ttll n. m i a s ma (pc au In camp.
1,0110 Idie IVES,
aa thee. amounts marbe Oersted to doable er
treble on violin', the inonotal bidders mat be
.:ported to OE avant for mon additional quantity ea
may be nutlike&
liamphy must accompany the bide..
J. 11SSUN TOPTZU.
Ceptala and Promot Omah .
lied Demme o Pe.
G 0 V tat hi /Oa 12611.1111 r WITON.
quononesof the dined= of the SOCrOtory
of the Ifounry, sod of motto* barototno pablishoo,
the flooimd t ale of
CIAPITIBIID ABANDOSID =TON
wrn be made at BT. Loom, Mo., on
MO DAY, TIM GTM DAY OF JULY MIXT.
Dad .huul MI, 18e9.
WM. P. MILLEN
Supavidag Epecial Agent, Triogary Depl.
Vllgvet•lausis . o le L.as. Joao; moth. tees.
nIT ir WEIGH BOALES.--dealeg Pro.
la rage, 'Adresse' to the 7//21111 , 0 Committee of
IBMived at tea 011ie until Wat.
DAT, July 3d.t S o'clock y tor Weigh
mestere Par the annul Ott, Wugh &aim
Blddine will state how meth per rent. et the vase
revenue edges from en'd &she they will pay to the
der for the use et the maw
lent td J011(1 efoCaRGO, Controller.
fibittaLl. PAWS erivisne,
an. WI& rad ibisna &..b Ailighav
880. 4. KELLY, Envlake
SP/AMIN BODAM‘ I
r bb/11. °Winds ready
G A pi age by JOU a. UMW.
-" •4. •
7 . , 3 -,,,•5,,,f7,-,Z,T,4,4?4,:;4t0,6,p49-4:4:...,,,,,,„',.•,'W;Ztv,;(,1,i'0,4,,k,
-, • , •
.•.t4, - • • -
PHOTOGS &PH LLstrats.
Another Imp implay of
Which tar twenty of stele and chinienere an mum.
paned, have been received at
MC 17 IV sr ss ,
Manonio Hall. Fifth Street.
FOURTH OF JULY,
8110 W TOUR COLORS.
F' La .A. c 61
Trcm 6 Wakes to 50 fest.
BICIIIKIITLL ILAGEI I
BUNTING 114.G8 i
OILY /LAGS I
All small lisp on dial.
wairWo chilleuge quality iuld pilai with Zagora
rarniravirsalt mai MAIIIIIMOTOBI at
Pmoors JEWS DEPOT,
MEW, OPPOSITZ THn P.l)
N EVER KNOWN TO PAIL!
HORATIO BUCRBEIBI CLIMMILTHE
albil SOTIMIIIII UIUT •OI
DISINTSBY, DIARICHBL, YLIIX. OHOLZBA
MORBID/ AND SUNNIS COMPLAINT
The immense sem testify to the merits of this
The nosurrima daily reports of astan'elfag mass
stet its mine.
It his advsouges over any Mbar :sandy, et once
outfits the Muses, and imputing tow sad strength
to the ryitsm.
I. este sad barmisse to the Infant, sad powerful in
the adult we.
Ts the solilsr, seastly, it is losahuble. beta(
sopttpriatsly termed by them, In many cestillestra,
The Soldiers' Friend.
. Mothers Owl It superior to soy sootbtlet syrup DX
Obildrell4Whin. need from the Waring *Oats at
BABOOTIOS, Ores nest to the 11015fuet by Morin
Bold by napoctable 6balias eysrprbirs.
Ifir - Pece, 25 OXNII3 A BOTTLJ
WI. F. DAVIDSON,
00INZA TUTU AND KADIN! WEINNTS.
OA end Id steeled, owee Blehardson't Jewelry More
PHOTOGRAPBB. of 'rare afro and etylo, phis or
'adantd, from the popular Oats d. Viski• to them.
would pwitloalszty osII tau M.
tootkoo of the amoi Amp ow= t LO• sareed
btlitior this adabliiimisat; bass siedisi by ido
ii abort Alibi of 'Ulm
er bum scalosiik NA Babb , " Va ra '
IRON WILL PIMPS,
PAID WILL PIMPS,
ItAILTOAD 10101 MU%
=GLIM YOUCKII PUMPS,
LIST ♦ID FOWLS PUMPS,
And many ether PrINPII tosnohcinted by Gowtnii
s, 11. V such se , 00.000$
ea WM tor Welts end Clinics ' ut e which can be used
with any kind Of DIP.
roe egs by
riatinaa, s oo
The epsha saei bog itanillag glee lases.
• lot pat nooload A
IisOLIL:GINDI AUCTION HOUSL
IhOLILLANDII ORITIOS NOVUL.
IffoOLIILL IlifYB AUCTION MOM
MaCILIIILLOWE AUCTION NOWA
x. 9 0
ill 1/463XZT 13'18317
LADT YOBOOOO DLIPPIDS, 0a1y.....—.. No
Do. LID HIILID DOOll, 0i1y...—. TS.
De. 0010. HULID aAntaza, oeIyIJIL
ISMS CIA.L7 BALIII011•14 •
OHILDRIECO GOAT BOOTISOAII
(AWN/11Y ISTUSALIEKESISIS AIM
V MAIL MIMI% ot tho dig sod=
bodes tows% vmpidan wog
our sleeked , ,
=WWI NOTIO ZIO. ZP: SMUT* Mora§
IT I AL IMI N C W /V
s, , -
Asa tbkvadosiimusellidotasuellasal Drum
all ins labeiles. Moat lama on miaow
et Adam gni ghs
I~AC do eitirmg,k,
2 9 I PM# II4
' l / 1 0 00 1 1 M 1133 / I "ii
HTOII4 11,1011Cie cio„,
ear Wilts - AdaWWil iW, ldi 111,6111111,1 k gook,
1$01130;ip YOUTH% DALILODALB; Nom
mittlitiotikiarg ooliGasse °AMY AID
BALMORAL& RIM and own WWI Sada.
J. H. BoRLA AD. lir Market enema.
hi: OULLISTER & MUIR,
llannliodirus and dote; la ell Ida&
Tonsooo, esur MID MIWAILIL
No.loll WOOD angst Pm:mu, I%
Rosy constantly an hind • Imp caddy of Mrs
sad smolttaz 'ransom eslts
JUST EMMA -
V pill Wil s i s tl i Ji MINIUM IMP&
lot at lift las s: lll Thi
WA S, ram wont,. 40.0030 k Iruk
my dog, to Oss ma Os OWL figkein
Gad tuoiss Os rob. L.
tr. ar era,: - T W tribt)
Lol.a—A ads steel of Udikerid sal ins%
bomatital Mlles glut. t toss. Tina. Oboodmit:iud
Gam Odom, bra& tow at Is sae la St. - Oats.. st ,
J. a B. PRITAIrs.'
iir .F nets, don
Ad/gaud far eel* tr• iIIAIAW ninglybco.
69 MARKET STREET.
sir In 00111110111.01# Whig to does
car store me sward dap, •ea to avoid Or
ins& law width wed& melt tram moth.
suokring, In tom diplansbot to
oat oar issaisaso stools el ORM •n goods
3.m be mortad at OM to mom ttotr
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
w• fume am sibred
WILL 31 SOLD T 3313 Willi
Q RI lIIIXE DERS
10 WON 11.1911111 D EI
Our aids* stodc of IMO
00006 wril be Wald as
sou sa old dour Mann,
Jaws latk at tory low
WHIT& 0111 I 00.,
D 11 0 11 I).—Petaaa
0 fttated Swabia".
a.m. foe age at
esdaaed price', by
wartiois a a/.
JOSEPH ROME & CO
will open Mgr atone as
Monday Morning Next.
Will be markoddom sad aloud ea
wrrEtovT 1010/BD TO COST
suraua. JED azotraa st
77 and I'9 Market Street
M . ILITAIIN MEN,
Shoal call mid inipply tbassishw eith
THI lIIW BUIL °OMAR%
Macrum & Clyde's,
78 lABSIT STRICT.
J. M. Burchfield's.
GIRT'S lb; for mod.
Da UM PAST nun:
muisiusal, OW sad 'lab;
BLOM Alllinl •
CIOTZOIIIIDIA Lz PIM%
111=1) Qom: ,
Mawr/ awe am Twins;
MACK IVMU3 MOM;
And MI smooennont a goods of oven tinonfation.
on !sods ond polling
Na. UP Poor* ism&
U (Ulla iaktai 1311AWlici
Plow tat • •
MaltLd*D WA/1 1Raindliff X%
4:11611111111k • • •
- LOU DOILIIMIk , • ,
114111.kft - aituamm •
MID wins arum Bassi
swami nitarniaons, ass.• ,
sus. (sang AID maim maxilla
Bomb uteri c. ,
Macrum & Cayda
78 Kam BURET,
Drivers lODDTN AND =AMID.
p COUNTRY lIRLI,WIANTS AND
EATON • EL‘CRIJIII & CO4
• AM a tan morbooat
WLL MUM AID 11114W28.
Tte Yrs Woo at orbital oar stook woo sarobassa
saablit MI car ovid todsommonts to OM sail
0001T17 NlllllB. SILLIIIIIIII - NMI
PiDDLIab, mad all eta bay to oall mod&
25 BUM Arai.
N LW (ROOM I
ItS Ilfth it".
The entire stalk et
1101,DrUIP D 2111111310 OAZU.
am an dasadimaas of
Cheep tbr Cosh.
21 - FIFTH STMT.
LT TILT LOW 1.21031.
No. 17 AND 19 Arm entioe,
Jobbers sad IMO= es
• . HOOP WM%
iname, 111081111. 4:10M13114130,
HOKUM GLOVES. =PM& T 412111,
nom DIIIRkBLI Lath' :coda
DRY CFO 0 p
LAB, WABOY ft 00.14 •
IS =DIMS IMMIIT.WhipIaN
SUPAILLOIL 1100 P eLUL'ild
Osborn, • Clboresuals
Wait Prue= aid Impeildlaorod
Do do dki t;
Do do idea Owe Pollsoine;
L=lroido sad extra War, kw large died &VOA
Tb. Odaollse Draped, or Irrescla bkirt.
• la lb. of Droaloro ttrr. slow on laid.
S URAUS ;OD..
00. .d le Tlftb steer&
BMX AND LIMO L&U,
lITsMAIIM °bake Wort sad styud pr les, 'MINIUM igs PALM .on
1014 at 10.
LOU, KACSIIII a 00..
An. IT TM, 'trot.
WIN 13MBEIRLILIS.—A bap and
to &otos aswateslat of BIM AND GENCITIAII
wholllaltßZlebak. at lowest pcesibis gain% to
lonle null burn, at
ZLT.3IS, IlL&OBtIlt 5 00:5.
$6 17 11Rh stmt.
wlla V Keil RANTS.
Ism am Mumma
Mom AlooolooL—Plitsta l Wil 00; NW
It:111:11h !MVOS 801.111 00 ; Mop
60 sots; rawly 1111
Wood 10606;7, Its oats; (k.keed Hoieetlo anfel
0110 Weil only, lb* groat woad drama, la
thin, oatldod "Undo Soma Oabia:'
win to prowato&
Vitae Ton Vet Cabin t
GIO. SL IMS.
Act I. lame oa the In: S. Tao Trammel 14.
lam; S. Tam on limo tallow; 4. 131402111 Tab
Ira; 5. Tao Wing Itarkot ; a. Death of Tow.
War Wednesday, boaoat of ADDIS WASP..
UrANTED—at second hand 8 hone
‘, pow pArtato• as statbsery.
EL. VOIR/ CU., LI it,
WANTBD.—S6 O warm I—We want
Ara* st IP • waft. "wain paidg i o
oet ildrissiing 'mak &Wel Derean and
Oboe law used sad _calm MUM. Menu ak.
SHAW * MOIL Biddeford, a.
trrattillilL-476 A liana t-1 want to
VT the /WAY la mg mousy at VS • mangtb.
szsams IRK to sell iny ant•imal lanky Erwin
limbless. Address, B.Mind,
VALI:MOLE' STOCIEN AT AUCTION.
v -06 MIDAS IVINIZEI. Joao Bake oh
$ *Wady mill Is sold. 66 the Oaounordat
Bodsod. No. 66 Mb matt lloonplula &Map Bank Itoolq
bulkof Plifibersh otocki
10 do Plep6do /NM saes 00. WWI;
30 do Women lawman 00. Mock;
i‘o do atoomisholo Isamu* 00. nook;
4 do llsooogoirds Zollgodlcdt 00. Mold
Pat DAVIS it IMAM doosta.
A DMINIEITRATOWS ULU' OP
OTOgge.,—Os 1111118 DAN 19111111.110, 3w
loth, et I °Week. win hewed. et the Ocenetrtiel
lAA same N 0.114 Nits street. by elthe of =eta
r. unns„asi. ma's et 'James ilonased, 4.0'41
IDO amino Moak ol Pittebesiti Metal
111 qta Reeemee beak block;
ye& DAVIS IiaILWAIVII. Aurae
W 1 WEZIELY . TO
14, 1 9 01 . 'vomit st.inlizaStoirs.
(tkali nall.111) • Itse web knows reran inTiTs
41 9 41. 411 . Mow lons sad lkolaoinpnlo Inossoklp
Onslipsay we tstsonsdno 011 as Sams; `..
OM OF. MAN00N01144.............5inn05hi51y t.
GMT ON illosEtilnkroll....-11. July U.
COIT o.ll , llALlntolleolmlap, July 1.11.
4 41 1 ,: 11 11 N in ot , tit " R17: 41 . 41„:
nort Copt .........$lO 00 ..1111 SO
as. M toodoo..: iIOD ft.. so. Lapdog. as le
do. to Pa's.... OS 64, • do. to 4010
do. to Wiwi 60 a 446 - to Iliumbots $7 10
Possopts also opooratOal toOm% Ittowoo. 80,
totdps. aatoorp, it orally kw Was.
rams took livorpocrot Quoinstowat Ist Ostdo.
1174 05.5 101 . Sown% Soo; -Mr so Ida
mai toe Mit tem& ow by gat*. timid Lim
Not totiMi tilbroistion appll it tba Cloupturo
Mom.JoBll tt. DALIN Algot,
roux tioureaa, am p.
DAMAGE PROM THWOUVOURN.
.L asdearrterd peewee $8
beteg ewe eutireedelreee wr pert of ler
Isola leortwaL seem -10 prenefor hatwafta ltell
mitriemtlag spausetti lemeerrelJULT
" wadi etre natio lrespela. be lowa
. Hew teiseeeeabsparetiredhr eUraetkosta
Wribesearestoodebyt skleroloaderrp for tboe nab.
ThewON pm* Mee lairpoolmsv a let
Milin smout i
blta = 1,1=16
Rama Mudd %WSW' OIMI.
Ifesiusatoa. Illeg *ON&
- ALL M EN WHO MMUS TO JI
IM...f=der wawa% at Cuddy now IA de
la titrpa t to IM a d
ael d liddada .
Add did ingudrithsui est Adonods iraUdir
!dm Id de rentooold divest - 10 be IL, as Id.
.tott>Yanbdd tie Dldletchit sh• this tear.
=rhut a tidde to de paled awksdes. d
d S. A. isond'lllinlid Omni
d *Mask, As me dad doord.dordwuns
trirUNtrdrtr.tigoft biddy daddli
Lauststhe sod disbados slAdAdd phi Id
Ms do load diArd Isw.
" deNds - - Prods Node doded
ARD —Hired lad notkE
125 '231 ' w T.A.,
- imimass, =buds
A lll a lws o o whits
MW e w a swaax
* hi MIA I
int liordmirta. zweillw•lvii &Alm nirl will
1110,110.111140 tli• sum so •
.__• ' ITSWLYDS WIMP.
IowITIVA SwilimPia saw. Paistswit.
iistr a Tee , i Yea silif
X IWO& bl wItilLD.