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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1
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ONORes D.. LIMN.
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JOHN I. DPATO. j
All the elements of tremendous war
are in active motion. The operations upon
Vicksburg were going on vigorously on the
284 nit, the latest dates we have. The
story of a great repulse on the 22d, pub
lished in the Chattanooga Rebel, is a pure
Gerieral Bosumus is once more in mo
tion, arefeipears to be carrying all before
him. The details will be found on the
The reported advance of 40,000 rebels
into Kentucky, if true, is rather startling
'Leis. It is, however, probably nothing
more than another "scare," similar to sev
eral we have had within the past few
Oat the movements of the armies of the
Union and of the Confederacy in Maryland
and Pennsylvania are what at present ab
sorbs the publkt mind. When Lax crossed
the Potomac, General Hooves, it is gener
ally believed, platted hie army on the line
of the Moncoacy, where he could. at once
cover Washington and Baltimore, and ren
der an advance by the rebels into Penneyl
'Tanis a vary hazardous-operation.
It is not known at present where the main
body of Lax's army is. Some assert that
his headquarters are at Chambersburg; but
this Is, we think, quite improbable; nor do
we believe the stories we hear of such large
bodies of rebel troops being in Pennsylva
nia, Bands of predatory horsemen have
been dashingebout, supported by some ar
tillery and possibly some infantry; and it
ie their policy of course to give out to the
frightened population stories of advancing
armies of ten, &teen, twenty, and even
thirty thousand—stories which they, in
their shameful stampede to the banks of
the Susquehanna, 'would not only receive
as verity, but magnify. Lis having been
allowed to cross the Potomac at all, nothing
better could have been done by our army
than has been done; and be Isx's army
where it may—in Pennsylvania or Mary
land—soaditating a sudden dash upon Bal
timore -or Washington, General Mune is
in a position to checkmate it and brink on
a battle as soon as he deems it expedient
to do so. With Muni in his rear it Is im
possible for Liz to maintain his position in
Pennsylvania, or even north of the Potomac,
for any length of time, unless he can defeat
his antagonist in a great battle.
Strong reinforcements, it is said, are
- coming up from Fortress Monroe to join
our main army, and their arrival will
probably be the sigUl for more active and
"The Blood of Douglas" Eger
In a long article in the Post of this morn
tug we find the following ridiculous Ben
" WoUld to heaven that the general gov
ernment, in the beginning, had intrusted
- the conquering of the rebellion to the re
That the editor waa a little daft when he
penned the above is shown by what pre-'
ceded it. He had Pat said.:
"Let us arouse to a buoyant feeling of
'self-reliance, and *how the world that 'the
blood of Donlan can protect itselL ' "
"The blood of Douglas " in the Table of
the editor of the Pittsburgh Post, Why,
that bests anything that we ever.heard of.
'The Mayor of Yorle, who ran seven miler to
-. I a rebel to whom he could surrender his
se he belongs to the same party, prob
. 470.Yhiis some D oug l asblood
The /Ostia al this is grumbling because
the Preaideit, or somebody else, did not
' send - the army of: the Potomac into Penn
sylvania in advance of the rebel army.
That would have been admirable strategy.
“Ths Cositituttolk as ft Is. 19
One of the resolutions of the Ohio Peace
Stele Convention, is se follows :
13. That whenever it becomes practica
ble to obtain a Convention of all or three
fourths of the States, such body should be
convened for the purpose of proposing such.
amendments to the Federal Constitution si
experience has proved to be necessary to
maintain that instrument in the Writ and
meaning Intended by its founders, and to
provide against tam convulsions and
"The Constitution uii is," es the Cop.
pukes& have phissed their Utah-fool mot
to, Sauna the Contliution with "modern
..improvements"--said "improvements" ba
lag of the quality proposed in Congress
two winters ago by the great leader of Cop
perhead Democracy, "Exiled Vali►ndig
hem." The "amendments" contemplated
in the alms resolution are undoubtedly
this ones drifted and recounnended by Val
..landtgham, among which was the following,
tis ligltsa seinsilon and the breaking up
of the Union:
• ARTICLE XIV. e
No State shall secede wiihout, Meow:tient
of the Legislatures of all the States of the
WIWI to which the fithte l propeeng to se
cede belongs. The President shall have
power to adjust with seceding States all
quehtfons arising by reason of their seces
sion; but the terms of adjustment , Shiba be
submitted to the Congress for their appro
val before the same shell be valid.
The Ohio Peace faction should amen
their old motto, to read, "The Constitution
brto hi," when the rebels tell what
lamendments" ars "neonsiry" to "provide
aping, Tatars oonvulciorm and ware," like
CanDium or T GoTnunciurr.—A
/wont letter from Washington rays: .
The big hada, likely to be fought
within, a very few days upon the soil of
Ilitrylud or of Pennelvanis, la looked for
', ward to - from the itt, quarters without
,inreitenslon. It is believed that with our
unuiertosi mtperierity, and our position in a
feloadlj country, we *sand,if oursoldiere
(jre 'handled with am skill, be beaten. -
A Noma= letter am gut thi
were orpalsed.os th e Bth inetest4 for eourti
first time hilts:folk &et its oewspstionby
the United Otetes form.
~,Ptrgs.; ‘ - z- - x. •
Rosectans . Advance.-The OpeHing
Campaign in Middle Teanmiges.
Mr. SWINTON, the intelligent correspond
ent. of the N. Y. Times with ROBECILLISB'
ST[Dy, in a letter written on the 24th, just
as the army commenced its movement, gives
the following interesting coup-di' coif of the
Our strategic mancenTre, I take it, will
be on the enemy's right flank, and willen
dearer, if possible, to grasp his commniti-
Many hero are of the opinion that Bragg
will not make a stand at Shelbyville, Tulla
homa, or, indeed, anywhere alopg the line
of the Duck; but that he will; after embar
rassing our progress se much as possible,
fall back to the line of the Tennessee river,
in the vicinity of Chattanooga.
It is, of course, possible that he may do
se; and this would certainly be a course
that would not jump with our wishes, as we
should have made our march for nothing,
and added thirty miles to a line of commu
nications already too deep. A movement
against Chattanooga at this time and with
our present force Is, I fear, out of the ques
There . are, however, several considera
tions that will prompt him to hold tin to his
present position; and if he abandons it, it
will be because is force has lately been so
much reduced that he fears a battle. His
retreat will give up to us the wholeof this
region of Middle Tennessee, in which a crop
of cereals is at the present moment ripen
ing, unprecedented irate yield. Thdy are so
anxious to have command of it, that they
have for some days had a detail of ten men
from each company of the ninety-six regi
ments of Bragg's army out gathering it in.
We shall be very apt to dikuirb their liar
vesting operations. It also brings us into
a dense slave population, hitherto Untapped,
where the emancipation proclamation will
have a fine field of operation, under an
army which marches on.
..thorithag the battle cry cf Freedom."
With reference to the all-important ques
tion touching the strength of Bragg's force,
that is a matter difficult to settle. In a
former letter I told you that several bri
gades had gone to reinforce Johnston,-bat
gave it as the opinion of the best authori
ties that no great mateiial reduction of the
rebel force had taken place. Ttuire seems
now to be good evidence that within the
past two or three days, a considerable
diminution has taken place, and almost
the whole of Cheatem's division is reported
to have gone to bliSsissippL If this be re
ally so, it of coarse adds to our chances of
whipping the rebel army, but Wale° does
to the chance that Bragg will fall back
Without giving us an opportunity for bat
tle. If he adopts this latter Policy, you
must not indulge in expectations of much
in the way of pursuit. Bragg is a master
-at retreat; he moves wick an excessive
lightness, and he has his line of retreat en
tirely., open. .
If you will recur to the considerations
presented in the elaborate article on the
strategic relations of the forces in this the
atre of war, published in the Tinsel a fort
night ago, you will see that we have little
reason to hope that we shall be able to get
a decisive baule on the line of the Duck
River. I may say that these views are
shared by all sound heeds in this- army.
They seemed to indicate the prudence of
holaing ourselves here until a solution of
the complications on the Mississippi would
authorize our entering on a campaign from
which we might really hope for great ulte
rior results. The reasons for an advance, I
however, now pees much stronger than
they did a fortnight. ago.
Although in previous speculations the
weight of opinion has gone against an ad
vance, at the present time, yet, now thee it
is actually inaugurated, a groat actiiity,
spirit and vigor are displayed, and every
body is bending his energies to the great.
My last letter will have given you an
ides of the superb condition, both morally
and materially, of this army. The hack
neyed phrase is literally true—the men are
itager for the fray."
It is possible that we may be more fortu
nate than I at present look for. I pray
Heaven we may bet We may be able, by
a rapid and vigorous advance, to compel a
battle that will be more or less decisive,
and a cavalry expedition to cut off their
railroad communications with Chattanooga
is on the programme. We shall also have
the harvests to which they are looking to
feed their already pinched soldiery withal.
If we pt command of the line of the Dunk
either with or without a battle, it will
probably be made an eventual base. The
railroad track between here and Shelby
ville, with the exception of abouttwo miles,
is said to be entirely undisturbed, and we
shall be able to bring up supplies rapidly.
For the present we take twelve days' rations
—three days in the haversacks of the men
and nine in the wagons.
Gem Meade, the successor of v en.
Hooker, is already pretty well known to
the country as a corps commander in the
Army of the Potomac. He has not figured
quits as prominently as some others,
though his corps (The Filth Army corps)
is second in discipline and condition to
none in the army,and wherever it has been
on duty, has been handled with a skill sec
ond to none. It did not actively partici
pate in the late battle of Chancellorville
—the First. and Fifth Corps having been
held as reserves. Tha,confidence of all the
corps commanders and of all the officers
of the army in Gem Meade is very high;
and we may now state that after the late
battle at Chancellorville his appointment
to supercede Gen. Hooker was urged by
every corps commander, with, perhaps, ono
exception. There is no doubt he will be
loyally and warmly supported by the• offi
cers of the army, as he was certainly the
one whom they generally designated as
their first choice. The officer next in rank
to Gen. Hooker was: bilabial/ desirous that
Gen. Meade should be his chief. His intel
lectual characteristics are sagacity, decis
ion and firmness, with, of course, all the
other soldierly qualifications, and- he has
also education and experience.—Neto York
Timer. . .
Gen. Meade is far better known in the
Army of the Potomac than by the public,
though his reputation with the latter is
high. No general possesses more—we think
none so much—of the Confidence of that
army, and eapeolally of the - . confidence of
its generals. Ile is an oilier of extraordi
nary energy and of unquestionable devo
tion to the cause which the army rtownnder
his command must defend from imminent
deadly peril. His sortie's in the present
war have been conspicuous, yet his capaci
ty to handle a large army, and that army
in such a position as the army of the Pete
moo at present, is to be proved by trial
only. The time is put when personalpar
tialities or prejudioas i eon bo indulged.
The question. Is: Who shall save the Be
public 7 Li the earnest hope that General
Meade may be equal to the vast responsi
bility just resting upon him, we bid him
Goa .firrsh in his momentous task.—N. Y
A ,PLIAL appears la the Nashville papers
signed by Bezeos BlLTheze. W. G. Beams
now. end eight oiled TlllllOlllll3O loyailste,
eallincon "those who desire to, labia Lela the
13 thw Government la connection with the Yed•
:Gal Vision as it stood prior'to• the rebellion
and the war, to nneet in.convention by their
delegates at the espitatin' liashirille, en the
Li of Juiy." - •.t ,
PITTT—ItOITET—Ott .Tailday, &tubing, /an
ma, 18133 by tho Usv. Atm Douglas, D.D.. •ELKS .
r. PiTTY, Zack, and lOai Aptilll 1110.1.74 T. at
YIREWOOD—Ou tW26gt fast, it Alixavdtfa,
Virginia. of wounds recolvidds Ilia UM. of Inm
an wattle, Got W.I. Elltlairce4D, of the Ind 80.
to Walt Ilia foto:4 Tenon tiostoietia4ll, et
le Vole*, froti the nddsate et his either. IS Ur
vim Mims Unmade, ts mood to it. Xlk.toy
oinotory. Cortissei loom Ift. ilespoos's
anther, fro. WO lostibliold 'tree, it 11 Voloole
• ' -
p. ---- TrfE T i+OMMTS GUA Hos will meet
:1:1 , 11 . %rmory. at WILKINS Ei&I.10, OD
YDIYnJ /US Via , 14 9 ceelret, fcr the parpce. et
ronrsuent orpo's.t.too. By ,rd., of
yhrltr THE °APT , . t'Sr.
0. HAM eTUIS HATTER. z , lc)
PENNA. YULE geed meta 1,111 be
'lnept ei tv Me Battery.
Application may be made to Lieut. & N. HAS
BOHR& or Gape.. K. 8. WRIGHT. Prevost /lanais',
at Girard Sonar, mrner Smithfield and Third Mesta.
10. RECRUITS WANTED, for the
9b llesionant Pa. R. V. 0.. or say other
Ponnayinada Basharnata LOW to the Cold. Awl ra
troll will Motes one braiding] dollars boonty.
Twenty-aloe Colman will be paid in advance as coon
so sworn Into the Cot ed Stator
for other Information legal* at No. 78 "MU
gram, oppeeite the Poet Once
L. B. RIGEIRRD,
Flint Lieut. mid Recruiting GOlcer, nth Regiment
Penna. Reserve Corm. jelillmeon
14' ATTENTION,'CL&RK INFAN
IBY I—The comply enrolls! by the n•
dendgaed for the els montbl escrioe, ',blob has
bean orgentelactn ramp Item., Is, by consent dell
canurlici. clumpd tato a three menthe company.
to b• attached to a regtmert that Is baths raged for
001. J. B. Mark. All men enteded in tbat onsayang
are hereby notified to be In Camp Home en KID
NIIBO6I Morning, to be mustered Into mark* A
few more men are wanted to to up the company.
ban' Wednesday. the 8011. will be found at the
old Market Home Allegheny. The time ta abort.
We will all be Well Aor the tall electloa.
bbe of the 1234 and all others who shit
to defend their natty* Stale In the time alb; great
est ne.d. w. P. Notlear.
OTOR THERE MONTHS.
userntt, Rented to fill up chit Bantry, uudor
The Battery la now to °amp near Wll6ctentourg,
with hones. gum and equipments ell ready for the
field. Minos and otbent, who are silltog to ni
spend to lbe Imi cull of the Governor—for are.
mouthy miler/ wooer diesharged—e lit end a read/.
log ofacer at the omce cf H. 6.. Weaver. He. 106
FOURTH BTBIBT, who will enroll man and lend
them to Oamp.
W. W. WARD.
- - _
POST 0/1102, ii
Pirssusan, Pm, Jai) latsl ll l 3 .
10•NOTIOli—ne new Postal LOAM
go Into offal. on watoszinaT, July lat.
Under them Laws end Segulsclons, ne partams of
Sitars or qsastarly postagos of nowspepara cam be
chaiged. as all mall =am must be geld Debra dam
limey. Boss CU be Maigsed to pawns only upon
poignant el the tent thews! qua/tarty in advance.
and no biz will be asalgued to any one "shim the
quarterly runt la promptly paid at as esnatearm
mat of that quarts:. ths /go el patina on drop
lotion will tw tw a oentsech, not eissedlng %oar. os
In welsh', and an additional rate cf two sou will
ha charged lot sob balloons. or Monica thereof ol
addict...sal mash,, la be In ad Dula Pe'DDID D 7 Pat
age • asp.. if ony mats on whist. by law tee
, p case Is regnlr.o to be p-eptld IL; the mailing of
ace shall 11•011 W domination without pi 'payment,
combs .h. preprd raw..tu be ohm mid and col.
dat the oftls of delivery. if pa. tags is partly pre
polk Us untaid noosee will be Surged as doable
raw. Lomas nat needing cromislf ounce in
*algal for the ULM , and I. °None* of the Untied
Blames warms the tato ham Mao rto Cos to cants,
•111 now pus thronlll Ms mai at the sailors rats
f m damn tie pat.'s of throe cants per ball Glance.
The Bosistronoa too our res.. Onus lot;ons will
to twenty swig pajabl. in assay. In ad
duton W whim. the moss postage most be paid by
to• coo...sari amount of postage sassy*
ts.ttars to tom Irma instasames .11111,4 WU wt., S.
raulad. oar ran rOneolllllll Saha soy discription
of prnkto4 collator woo.
1,1 N. Y. VON DOWN LI MIST, Postua.tor.
P ÜBLIC .XOTICK&
.ELECTION.—Too etookuoldars of
the Ilttatmah a Atleghtny %Mae Co.
,teed envy are It.nay aoudad that an itioniuta
lor Vtattdaut wad 1-tracton, to INTO [or the ttnnis
pat, wilt ba attl at toe Toll now*, et the LiGrib
and a the Swigs. on 110a UN a
E bY, ot
&mat...Ty and Ttommrat.
ZLICUTION.—Tho litAkholders of
tn. Little Saw Still Sou Itattrcad 0., aye
coraby noosed that an Cleetion will too Del/ ma
Prwm..t and Dirrot.tv. to a. rt. for Me turning
par. co DIOS DAY. tbe 17th day of Jo :mkt. at
tha allke sr lb. Oomparty. to TempamaxvlL.e„
twora the boon of 1.44 o'clock p. m.
Vi N[lttHßA GL, Pnoiddra t.
Om= ALLassurr VALLat IL L co,)
rttutargb, Jana 240. 1E 3. I
74 , - 6,..T.UE SE MIANNUAL COUPONS
C.( the 13:nde of this read, dee July lit, 1563,
sill be poll me that de•e, at the sem ef the Gnaw
ay, In the City of Iltiabeirgh. [.now holding Cen.
pima of this read doe Jammu let, 1563, •111 Ogee
mesa item for pagineat.
1•51:2er It. C. DUB. Treamsr.
iF ONION 'MEN, ATTANTION.—
There will ts en 01.11 motion of the Ilatoe
Lawn. of nose township. st TAY.
ZEN, on the Peforreolits nook Hold. on
Dalt hilt. July I it, at C p. s., at width
a!drases Will be delivered by lion. Jain I. Gas.
sum WI. Idrisa, Wu. is hills, and others. all
bummed la the cams of Liberty and 401 ore
cordially tnalbal to Wood. By attar or
hf: B.—A mooting of claims of the township, for
the parpoes of drill sod ware, will be hard •st Use
, same plea, at 6 o'clock p. of the same day.
OtarnisanPrimilsoo llaudiOAD 00,
Clanton& laliv Int& 111 1 2.
11 . - g.A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
STOOKHOLDMISII of this Company will be
hold at Its aloe m Otonlaad,on WILLO9I23DAT, Ilia
Lt day of Jay ant, at 10 o'clock so in. on add day,
to take hoto andliaratlca No proprhoty of banise
ollag the Capita Stock of the Company to as sweat
nt to Wow of the wawa= of Its
Bond. The transta Book. mill to clad *oi l i g' l,l ‘W cao
25th to July 94. IL BOO&WZLIn
Oman or Wissaas TIAZROSTLY/0111 CO.,
MOM/04 May Nth, 1263. j
O.NOTICE 'IS HERBBY GIVEN to
the dubearthera to the Stook of the West.
ern Transpcotattan Oompsny that as assearineit ef
SIVA Dua.idaia ($2 OD) F SHAYS boo been
kited agog the stock ratocribed, payable at the (Mice
of the Treasurer, at Pittsburgh ea or before the
13th day of Jane, 1163, sad a like *Mount every
thhty days thereafter, WM otherwise nettled
By order of the Bard.
lam A. J. IffeDOWI2I,L, f °oratory.
WOTlOrh—Tho Bubsaiptian Books
of iL. Oooper Piro Arms Kw
Ossopsoi ‘lll continne rpm at tb• of
00oeltas 00., Book Block, TIM Myst, until tar-
Ow notice. tendf
XIS W .10 rziri IrIIEJEANVIL
MoCOLIASTER & BAER,
11 WOOD BTU T, four dome from /Mb,
Ham now lo Mere the largest sad mmt complete su
for neat of
In the cttr, alikb *III be mild at the rag
ca qt Ilona Canasta examine tn•m Jr'
A NEW NOVEL
.. LO .T AHD AMID."
By UM Mill. Morton, isotherm, of linen of Oon
loath." Jos% publisbed.
K AT Jh 00.. 68 Wood. Knot.
NUT/US.—We have this day sasocia
ted with es U. B. Noll& In the zusou'auture
at Flint Climes.. The street the In future,
will be *din & SlVlralsau.
BID'S. Ma( IN,
91 tl. 8. MAZE
Pittsburgh, July let, 1853.
A VALUABLE FARM - FUR :,..;ALE,
A•l2. situate! bt Hum& county. West Virginia, 1
mi.nirom New Cumberland, sad having an eaten.
de. trent on the tilik• deer, (deep astir) • Contains
110 ever In • high state of enktfratrosi Ma two reins
of 0011 opining os therllsl-4 lout soda loot stra
tum ; s,lim all loot vale of holiest Clay.. A ma
kriable trams dwelling, born. sod ottur °Whelk!.
lap; • splenaltroiroblud of beet selsetku of knit.
T. moths ershing to parebaes a . lie. 1 farm. sod at
the swat! time wink the goal and Ira sky. the *bore
ovients • ma opportunity fora prollable 'Menet:
meet for partmolam ityplrst► limited°. of
U. IfoLlik Aou.. Real itatatie agirella
Po. 102 Janata al.e reels aleVi
er, I.Trit.lk on the War-
AA Willa inTudi.ollSti ct iii 1k-
W berm. i.tUn m Mlaintetsattos en the es,
tote of 0. 1.. genes, late.ot the City of l'lttabolith!
Cieltbuty County, Ye., deoemed, have bin 'notes
to the inthectiterr by the Wetter of Allegheny costa
ty aforetald, all persona Indebted he the laid *data
ore mutated to nuke hamediate payment. and three
Wahl' claims or demands aphid tho estate or the
old Mutating will pretest the ram without delay to
Or at the elks of J• 11123 VZICOIL Coq oolitic of
fourth NMI Great streets, illaabargh:
CIEILN T.-100 b. New ltor —We
N./ bat trtlf fa nakkaf..lbir ale by
1 _IIIIIIII6T 31. =AMYL
A N ORDINANCE supplementfOi. t)
ti the ordinance bereto'ore piped relating o the
Compromiee of Railroad B Aria
B=l. Be it ordinsed cad name! by the Mayon Al.
demo, cad cilium. of Piustnrrilk, 4 toted tad Coos
mos Onaciis eisesmbied, cad 4 where/ ...lb"' th e
maw* of the was, 'that th e ordinance h.tlEisel .An
°Mamma authorising the Moue of Bond. to be ex.
'clanged for Bonds issued fn payment of estwerfp-
Mum to Berko id Companies." pawed the 17th dep of
Osiober, A. D. UK be so amended seto , el:Aborts..
the isms of Bends, is therein directed, Males not
lees than timer nor mon than fifty yews to no,
with or without Oen Ithe. lend, whet necalitin• In
sums of lam than one tboarsad dam each, for the
:upon% or arrears E f =tenet due on Din Bond. for
which they shall be siren in exchange 0 4 Plc."
which Ronde, and the lute:est thereon at four per
rent, per snato, may be made payable . to either of
the eines of Her Pork or Philadelphia, at the optima
ot the creditor; and all rtich Bonds ialch nosy be
toned, end which have been so issmd. Mirth/
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Cannel% this
eilth day of Juno, A. D. 1163.
President of Select Council.
ttoot t L B. Nossow,
Clerk of Belot
JOHN N. KILLIN,
President of Common Oman
Clerk of Comm on
A N ONDINAN N authorizing t• 0
Zia. finding. Paving and settles Pith Oartsrone
Peon street, Vera Omer isnot to Tailor stow.
Sta. 1. 1. 11 ordebsed end =oda by tlis Myr., Al.
dales cad Meals qf Piihbary), is Soled eed Cow.
wowOcarac f itesserebist, teed it is tOOg .ceded b/ IL
eatkordy ode seam, That Recording Ate tor
be end he is hereby directed the
to advertise tor the
Krulint. Plain and sendos with Ocubstcne Pens
Mat. froze Clymer stoat to Taylor street, and to
let the ewe In accordance with tut Won't". of e n
ordinance cooperates streets pealed arolnet 51, 1867.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Council, toil
Ann Ss/ of Jane, A. D.lBBB.
Praddent otseiect ihrtuncil.
JOHN M. KILLIAN,
President of Common OcninciL
Attest: Haan IPlLurrait.
Clerk Of 001211t021 Conadl. but
MISSOURI (ILLY-200 bbls.
kw Nab by
EMBRY EL OCILLTEM.
Clialfan.--50 •OW choice Hamburg
40 do W. B. Oattiog: •
Rozolvod sad Ibr Ws by J. B. 04 IS idLD.
100 bbla..Lonissille sad East,
ors Wblto Jut rented kw sal* by
J. a OANT/ILD.
11* bsAD-500 pigs Unions, pars, in
atm and log oda b, 3 . B. °"1"/"D*
P kitrrtnii4LP.ll ALBUhiti.
AilsMu large supply of
Which far beauty of 'Kelm and'aboapeen are unsen
weed, have been tecatvial at
XI Mr IN' ,
Zifaaonia Hall. Fifth fitrear,
FOURTH OF JULY
8110 W !OVB COLORS
F' L A. ar
18r:= 8 htolot to 50 dot.
8.114311111214&1, rciChil I
Au mull I l.t. ou !deka
W We dulling, guilty sail piles with Eutaw
dor P/ITSBUVIZ FLAG MANCIPACTOBY at
PITIOOX'S DEWS DEPOT,
711TH SMUT, °PPOBITi TUN P. 0
AN A LYSIO.-
A- 13 t - 74.k, N,
Umiak ...—XI.BO. St LOUI S, MO,
Psi os. Las. 180.
Illgauna...— 4, Alt
Hadar soospied the Avner tbr the 'sole of th
=SLID CLAY, mined near It. Loeb, Igo., I M .
die the Mention of ilbemeead Mad Ilannfietneen
to the Analysts istmes atoms. es Amend by Frets.
A. A. Help, of Boston, and J. 0. Booth, sf Pkilaeld•
phts, nh43, toMber wide the test of satinet exped
ient, by manftMemen PlUshanh, Olnelansti
and flt. Loots. determines It to be Cie purest sad
seed nimble May now known. whether foredo or
Ameriosn. Pots made from It hare stood In the
Olos Immo trout IPX, to neaontha.
the Altair!, to of - the Otsy es taken from the
MINN ulthaat any wad►t.a or preparation what.
mgr. It paw= grad adhesives's= aid plutteity
inedible. which me not skews by the Asskide, mid
'delete WWI of Qs setuditin of large proportles
of abase Minted clay.
I am now to N .cedes for the &bore
Clay, te be ahfpp.d from St. Loots or dellrerod here.
Ito. 191 lIZOOND BTAKIT
Purim glandan Oman's Oman, t ,
Wannest. KO 94 386&
NOTIOL—The attention Of all officers
who have been bonanibly disnaget on so.
count of wounds or Shahan. and wit°
attar the slinks to the Invalid Vans, is called to
the provisions of Grlllend Daiwa so. 1011, of len
trots the War Deputoont, ptibed In tho paper'
nronspost the country. eon WOW, are rourstal
to con ly mainly with ths WOW,
of that ar•
der, said to seat: thetr written applicalian.ll/1 that
in pronni. Irr poitiosui In the invalid Cons, (eta.
tine the oharsonr of that, diesidlity,) with se little
than as lioadble, to Os Acting Austrisat Provost
Kersial lisessal of the State to which they nun ha
Sock Sating Andant Provost ilanbal Duna
is st otos forward ths oggikationa Will his Worms.
ant, in Use PIM* flandul .gessend of the Brats.
• Moen kr the Invalid Donna be Wonted ka.
sudiatnly upon furnishing the Mtn iftniiilnd,h7
Gomel Oran Po. tl ill, Dom War
sent Their pay and cusointasun ZU coln—
tuns data of scroptauce et =oh enchant= to; and
not Dun date of arnalsaillos of ta• negeothre eon
muds to which they may to nwhiit td.J .; MIST,
Ptovest listnal broad.
GOVISRNMENT BLIAN. Or COTTON.
pursuanso of the dlrsotkalethe Sanitary
91 th0 170 027, and of mottos bantams ribillbso.
dui liscoad trio of
OAPTOBID AND ABANWNDD COTTON
Will balms& at fr. Lon', lich. CD
Norman Tax arm DAY OF 'Jar azzr.
Dated Jane 4N,1883.
WY. P. WILL.=
ripATK SSITILLE, (gnomon to
1 Tato. 'Jr. • OA,)_PSAOIIOA.L PLUMS'S",
(lAN AND "PUY MUM" No S, Liammidt.,,
PlUmbargiL mad Ifo. be raked moot
Amire °alma mid meta htentab LLD PIPS,
MD. SAM /SAD. GUN "NM NYDRANI"
mHOWIS MN" N'AMIR OLOSSTM,
TUBA; ALM roars; W.
DSAWL,IO SAMA. CHAIDILUPS" PISDA,SMA
INIACHEMAA. AU work warrmatad Mo 00, ad&
wawa. • Estrilat
my 1%304. p.riptioaa mammy compost& UlfiL till ,
il w loporridn !pedal Mae, Toesnu7 Ds"
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
Owner 61(o rwersi ft." u►.oo+.a
020. A. VILLY,Ittc9
SPABILUSO SODA WATik_L.
TAUNT oxsIOIDDS, A*.
001ISSOLLII 071/0 2 . itnre Web, 1116 L
fIITY . WEIGH 13041,1.111-411eal ou Pro
-16, vows. Ito the Mitts aeleltittent of
Goeselle. will be nand et tide Ulla =AU 111.
ULT, 'July at, ltitt, alt Woke& p. m., far %dab
s:mewl forth moral City Wont /kola
Bidders will nets how oath pet teet of the pm
revenue 'dotes tent said Saab ■ their Eli peg Se the
city tot the ass ot tb• nem• . •
td JOHN IMMO. Obastreller.
WDL A. WAJIEV , -
Ms marl lb 011100 tho Onins auto AND
lan= bourn: above lasokaret Rom swum
Gs WM, ann.
inolbloo boon boa •a. a. tlllll p a.
JOC A tf
bble. L Nl ouisvil re MAN volved
M for sal oo by 14 GA le
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL 1
AROILTIC BIEBSEIBI CiILENLTHE,
1 - 1111111017161111111111WIDT 1.01
4811ITZWI, /i", OHOLIZA
3101BLIS Air SWIMS COILAIST.
The bums. Wee tat* to the mettleAdado
The 013190117111 deny reports of uton'eldni:cmen
attest It. vane.
It Lae edema - gee one any otter restudy, at onto
cub the Ohmage, !uputinottre ant eteetkul
Ma end hordes to the Intanti, and powertel In
the adult cue.
Ts the soldier. npechttly. It Is
aluculately tweed by thee, In
• "The Soldiers'
Mothers fad It sayettor to any
tkdldren Wafts& treed from the I
altatOOTloB, eves not to the act
likeA by r,■peehDle dealers ere
oar Pees, 25 02818 A
0010113 MTH AND WARM MIMS,
Old and ad dada, war Blehardaou'd lambi Store
PHOTOGSAPREI, et 'ray airs and style, plats or
colored, from tha popular Carta do Malta to Oudnat
Mr. PUBVIAMOI would particularly call eh. at-
teatiou of the atm tin wait to the eea wooed
batty of tblo estobliolunont, helm roaolod by a do
gleohort flight of stab%
M 9 IPMI!!•1??1,1Y!r=n=
BRANS FOUR PIMA,
rams WILL ?MEM
Egon WILL NMI%
YARD WILL PUMPS,
RAILROAD 101011 KW&
INGIIII 10101 MUM
LIQUID II &DORI PRIM
LILT AND FOROIIOI3IIII,
•od easily other PIMPS tawaniketured by Cowin
s 00.. &MCA fain, L • such w OUT-000h
PUMPS 4ir Wall. cod Cillol7ll, witch can be abed
with my kind of
Tor sae by
I►IIIILL ► 00..
OtL &PETS, FLOOR OIL OL4:Yritta, &a.
l A➢7dr RIDIJOTION IH 111018.
NEW OARPET STORE
/IoPARLAND, COLLINS & CO.,
71 kND TD FIFTH 11211131'.
Between the Poet Mee sad Digetch Bundle&
W. hue not Patton ow antitank, pareband at
• prat adattata tram pda• W not ftyinik
prolog a own o:toadv* and manlsto @portant of
onry Opericoloo of good@ to our UP. wank w• art
for Ws at. • anal whoa. on oat.
W. town to woll nal don at from Tit TO
TWINTIJILYZ Pia CLOT. IMO than tb• nom
gado of. now snag for to Now York an Ykindsi•
Ili Runtime spade to ths meat dryad= of WI
Laura )Minds, readvbi the ..wise pet.
:tens to HAMM sad 1/9011.1113111, sal as obi
to arse • amplirt• iiiimtement it
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Ratting, ke.,
With a ran Lep rainstion Ia plus.
OLIVER IrOLINTOOX & CO..'
1.6 SIB PITIE 117Wirr.
LLDI 31030000 IILUPTILBoeIy,... 60.
Do. lUD DIEM BOON. only.—. 75.
D.. CONG. 1111ILIID currisa, our L 25.
nru•e oars BALOWILLIA oW LOO.
CHILDREGV GOATBOOTIA . ody . .., SA
DOTE AID YOUTH'S IiALICOGALO ; MUM
MAD 01111,D111/11 °ORGILL! GAITIBB MID
BSLIIOBAIb Call and mons berphi
pacnroar 13.1111111•1:11 071101,
am Dmitor or Pinatterma, r
03 loath st, Pittsburg!, Pa., fans 211, NM.)
gpLuiew PEOPMAt LB_ will be reoeiv-
P. 7 ad at Oils ores gnu MOIDAY, J.lp Otb, fit
for tandablocto MI United States
1,000 TIN RILT.=,
1,00:I TIE Olaf,
1,000 SWIM, imitable foram la may.
1,000 TOMS, I
I,COO BMWS, J
Ala ttioo amounts - try to inomad to — double or
treble Its quantity, the semadal bidders will to
forward to matzos tar snob additional quantity as
may be tootdrod.
bombs moat somayany the bids.
3. 811801 10111101,
Captain sad Porroot Youltai,
frd trinalot of Pa.'
nUOTUR A. 11. ISTAVANI. Ausom
Ao Cal PZUWW4 Is carboy all 08110/110 DUI
SAM both of Wire sal •Acallamea. by • saw
method la the ato of alsobidly 'kat without may
Illodlolas. or ens say Ma.
BOARD say be Me e cab Iheatimatit. by Pattiats
Moe Mead, at neecaulble rat* la that Declare
Lettere applying fair ctroolare or Author lakanalle
incrairlirbe proacaly/lattoard. - Melina Minima
at lilt BOOTHAM WWI% Pal=
Pannayirsatt. Wing • awing me wall an
sam. uttbloat for ham refinfaah
we ezo strn sallag at tka prior d • yew
White, Oheeked and Piney Xatthwe,
I. vivo owe sae . grower vale,.
iiltiamin or Non= AND itIIMIDUIS,
011144, Igo. 4, Ocomor orLibilMi - sad IU
aroma. Ofeas om wry wiIMNIMBAT ud lIAT.
DJ YEN UM ttrAlltrii.--.A, run mart.
AN matt et Detallte Itanate kfipt cm bead st the
Mien* Deateati Otdie;‘Da. OT Witatitaret,
. Talsolor er Ilb• 'Swirly*, ram%
T 46.14. OZ Ali /11 -T NMI*"
IRLDlLl—Aa»sttot of dm send sal sort
booming stile et SWAN Dratt. Obosolsto Sal
chow Oda* Le =la tow at It sit/ 1111 at. Gott
• -t J. 6 IL ?Mum
MataListt--13 - saolis in Mon
sad lir sap bir WHIZ Forman' a on.
011.—ti blds. to arrin by nil
end Or MILS moixr a 00.
furlong ggots of
r by nmorlog
I BON, •
WM. F. DA'l
lie K/LBKILT WZBErr.
a. H. WILLARD. lila kirks! amt.
h 14.17 q ti . i.l:. AI 1 f i.j:i
Vlso balance of ovr*siik 44-
Summer Dress Goods,
~ r ...~
Wa4.1 * 114 TI
21 FIFTH STREW.
/47 GOODS 1111)110111 ,
Our settee stalk et me
GOODS will Ye onkel fat
sale as sad able 114linis.
Jane 19th. at Igo Isir
MIMI. WIZ 00.1
211 Iffth east,
Pr td Law, taa sala at
redcoat prior, b
WHITLOW& • 00.,
23 Fifth rtro4.
Saco . • OTIOJIL
JOSEPH - HORNE ffr, CO.
wen open their !tare co
Monday Morning Next.
entln dock et
SUMMER GOODS :
will be nutted down sad at. mit
WITHOUT HEGARD TO COST
ar•OLLL AID SZCUU 11/110Al3t. se
IT and TO Market Street.
Yen :3 WOW,
sou' o.o4BiXimill ;
Do. LizraN PAST EITINDIi
INULIIILLLIMI, plaid mad idaloi
BLOM Luria ,
001TOILDWI. tbr Nato;
klll3o OMEINMS I
nom= awn am TWfl
And tall assodmist d geode of mry • •
Nada iaU mid apply tharukreTh
Taz szw "now anz4ss.
anannir =mum Gum
Aal all draelpdass of
78 kARKIIT 17121101 Tc
• Bamoi rooms ass S UP
WM . II I
•k/' WW i lllollll '
Dress TrhillusDlSS, •
101011 4 ,111 C•
Macrum & Glyde,
SCUM MID DIAMID.
mums. of oPo_fo.V on=
boxing tona l aft
annum. aoirwis,jiatau s ai.
/111111/0110111111% °; 1011
Laos wow. anarkaaipsaaa a
• ;;. 3111 170 4 V.
•ed the vitiostiirnalsolosatapstjamatintiiii;
Leer '2lllllro tii 111:=11011
OW Oak 11111111111 M.
sable asaisested above. Ilk timirdbislebil
&ow km EU lops, lawrell lOW auwaataaak
.4 a/imam amain Um know la pewee
mil prior of , • ct, , • •
D. L 0. Cake:
nuciatua k GLIDE,
Pews= liatuf4t ,
, • ~f 1,
Y 01 1 . 4 ,0 181
LLU, moot a 001
te4 mum. blasit gagitatir.
Liu valid' would boa
THE GREATEST -Ht**
lre ban as elm/ -2
WILL E 1 NOW'PELB
Mfeeeiiedeler, , , -;•
,lOULIBULDIOIOS. GIMP Big
BMW" a®, CUSW4 III 6
• _ Anitallollamereit—
UM& W I2IIIIIII DIPMCIK'' L '''' '
TM Impala steels tar. isswiesek
eels Ott and isteMalle
riminaute.ma finwhebolhon. ll ls ll i'L, -
ISM NEW COLORS, ,
soft ke Diplom
WI Wall al LOA likil,lioWeja.
- • 10911.1U0iP WIN
•i x - ' : . 111 0 11fT:
-drake aisurhisai 411.1143 D. •• •
11& mil mon 11BULLABili AtinerWillehaiftirs
aiP . /=SIAMH
Sei smite la Pres* lkst,
Cludea SO assessrdauf Si I
Odessa ilatess7, II mato I Oseaced Derassa IS.
mrsacsat or Lirtirculoo: - '47. L.*wig.'
DNS ha tellatoscrit, sad wisest rgawsho
One Lr one sight am* - . • .
-- MUD (Weilhosliat Min*
Will SD eahlthres celebrate katit Rho of
hllllll6-- ....0110/3 •
aidolltown, °Oho ofitokkw
IMANTILUS6U A MOTS l'AAWAyeas
_ Armco at IPA sietlA arowsimpilt_
oitamterrePosek. *inlet Ditroo k ariusnoia
Ober c malesit maim •
es Aulaw a cr6iiair:
11/411NT8Dr476 • some 1.i,1,111101 IS
y • low Apiasits sregyAoastyVl " milk
exposes pm; to au aine • • limass
edstar. Allitnes,' • ay -
FOIM; OF MINI
55 illiffifltiltilatL Pi
8T WE WOOLLY
lLasstra.) w laselaiagf.
COssaill to utimmos.
Limped. dew -Yid' NA naa***,.,,
~ C haquaer us taladill poi ottiggfic , .. <.,.
L orrr cuP Imanornms '.:::;fteirait a.
OT!! ow wmiumnassaw.,,,
MT 0111111413=11111.4.......6001111%,_ 116
- Azdirierginoosellas, 1110¢,5iy101,1,17,_ .
i5 ........rar livellliskOirrinar.
Train Pesiik uota -Goblo gla gimimr.4„.;44,ima gil
:,q`... $ll Oa to lawiNswilible '
U.' II Oil . da t Oir ItyrUiri....it ID
- 46, ID 0!m de. t0,145kM.V .
rialmilfigs4 l s o . Warn.
WM AsiliM., , Os_ well y loaf ii" 7
- am toil 'warm. earns( Im - ,14.
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Oliess. /OH o.lkilaollimla
. -• ' Lilltaidny MT.
• -i - , _;__ ..a. -- - - ' : • aoairasieuem
• - ' ItaleYinit losesttosias
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bi w is,
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L . 1 = 4v u ti= a ut • * *Di i t=es
ce anemia L. mit morsour;?ifs
Jowl dmitsimbe Osa6oll_4lolll4llMiriMaier
IRWIN Me the impisollsgeellik4bilhor
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of Opite ts. - ,A181101141111 =NC areohmi
WI plied nollumnii ll* Maitalt
li is. suplithis smik Odifilmilwefteaseln ,
Ns ilieblial7 annegu!sig..„ 46 , .
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wee i arnarr
I'VAND , ZEGINUT as
:vela sin ailiellemmeg.
imig,a aertllAT, • Mak
MO. with as "Me , a ,
au bump sabot Mitt abialhil
be shrsolire nonarlie
MM. MINOR nailatei ot . "
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• w , r.Er1•1..e4.1.1 aiIII f - •
• , is' iriWipilistiawi
of= . 111LIALSO
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i i lmpuj4- - 50 bblit. sm
j. e v. te t lierd nim Akipli
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/a aaanquaassof Was Maga
• 1 bt. M. 1148 7. , "d to th.
tio tun dotonalooil to dam
gimmenNANOit OWL An role
Ira tv 11814aC.ife
litieiyildag new ht the trey at