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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY
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1. JOB 5 P. GUM
U. AUBE) 5L•05.
or. VII. H. DIVIVIRON.
Ir. THOS. J. BIGHAX.
Pro Cliri Osaiss.
U. A. SYBHOII._
DAVID 1.131304 Jo.
' WS. J. HICHAlter .
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Tor DinioOor of do Toon
JOHN F. MAYO.
Device, of the Enemy.
Al nmut, an apparent - reverse, to our
wine—always Morainic however of taking
aunt own , advice in the conduct of the war
_—bring, out the Copperheads with their
juggernaut, MoCtsx.t..ur, on the same, prin
ciple, we suppose, that the remedy for the
bits of the 'dog Is supposed to reside in
hair of the animal itself. Thus, while
Penneylvitale., is invaded, and the Federal
armies are under a double eclipse, the air
full Streports that the loiterer at Manas
sas, the gra►adigger of the Chickahominy
--the-betrayer of Pops—the laggard o
tietanv—the idol or the "pesoo-at-any-p • •—•
patriots—who is a hero because he won'
fight—the man who has nursed this robe
lion by his co wit:dice—allowed our capital
to be held under siege and its gateway to
the ocean blockaded for months by a con
temptible foe, in the sight of all Christen
dom, and without the effort to prevent it,
and threw away a year of golden opportu
nity to a great army, which can never be
recalled—le summoned back again to
Washington—not to be corrt•mrtiskd for
his delinquencies, but to be furnished with
the means of desboying another army, and
oonsammatiug the public rain, which he
has already se achieved.
The source of all these reports is an *-
vim one. They some from the same par
ties, of course, who are ever exaggerating
the numbers of the rebels, and over-color
ing the slightest of our reversal. Nobody
believes them but the simple-minded, who
ire credalourenough to think, in the face
of such a long and disastrous experience,
that this prince aR copperheads is a Gen
eral, or that the President himself is a fool,
If not somaing worse. Wise men, how
ever, shudde the possibility of their
truth, beoause they fur that the President
is in more terror of his enemies than of his
friends, and that he inayLposidbly hope to
strengthen his administretioh by outing
of the latter entirely, and throwing himself
bodily Into the some of those whom all the
sacrifices already made by him for that
purpose have never yet propitiated. They
see a persistent exclusion of men like Bur
ma and FAINOJIT, whom the loyal and
long-suffering supporters of the Adminis
tration most highly trust and honor. They
fear that it may not possibly be considered
enough that men like these are ostracised
for their opinions, and Mate well-meaning
but ,timid Executive might be even oem
pilled by a factitious Mentor, when Minim
look dark, to plunge us Into utter despair,
and irretrievable ruin, by taking the last
fatal step of rushing again, by some terri
ble fascination, into the fatal embrace of
' the deadly serpent from *id& he has just
escaped, and which is still hungering to
devour bath him and us, as it has already
devoured so many of our children.
If we partook of this feeling—if we
could imagine row the possibility of that
of which the very thought itself sends a
cold shudder to our heart—if we could be
• 'brought to believe, in the face of all the
damning evidence now accumulated upon,
and burnt, as it were, into our public rec
ord's—that the Tresident of the United
Buues could_ so stultify himself, and so
outrage the loyal and honest sentiment of
tall nation as to take again to his arms, in
a position of higher trust than ever, the
man !rota whom ne has already borne so
much, and who stands convicted now by
his own evidence of fiat disobedience of his
owe orders as his Commander-in-Chief, and
still further impeached of complicity in
that offence which stripped his fides
/tastes—Fitz John Porter, whom he Still
oonatenanceo and befriend; of his epaulets,
and would have cost him his life in any
other Government-rasa we could indeed
despair of the Unlon—then we could not
but consider our holy causess betrayed and
• lost-4hen we would indeed weep anew for
that noble army of martyrs which an un
grateful country had forgotten—then we
would indeed grudge every drop of that
priceless blood that•has been shed in
fatten Southern Aside,- or feed the vat-,
tures of the Sonthern skies. If President
Lincoln should feel himself warranted in
recalling General hioCuaraw, after all that
has happened, and is now so widely known,
the logic of the owe Timid equally require
the return of his confidential adviser and
adjutant Fur Jour Boners, sad, we see
no reason why Jur. DATO and his also
elates should not be invited to be of the
council. It the question were left to that
arch•rebel himself, the man whom be
would relent, above all others, as the Com-
Manclit of our armies would be Grioass B.
"^ 0 .•• 29r hit owns, he would warm
-17 trust him mirk acaptaingy. It is only
' at.the head of owl that he could effectu
ally serve him, by ids. imbiteillty, and his
anwillingneesici_ Va. • -
we know the fact thata concerted effort
is being made now amongst the copper
heads throughout Gdrfitate to restore this
man to, power, and we see it stated that
aprernor Gann and other prominent par
fees about Harrisburg are advising it.
When he was reinstated on the former
- ession it was whispered about that the
same gentleman had undertaken to mom
.. mend and urge it in the name of the people
and the volunteers of . hassylnals, from
neither of whom had he ever received any
slush commission. We should not be sur
prised, thersfore,ifitlinne - tem Judging
Z.• from the texture of his mind and the
kind of men by whom he hair - yo
strangely surrounded himself; and some
of Whom are undentood to love quits as
decided opbaione against tho sr, as hobs
- r -- 'himself moused in reprd to' arbitrary
. arresUy It - woed&i' bit romarkails if Its
. bog then' R', fancy : to the Oeseral of the
• Pace Democracy. _We beg /en* io say,
. however„ that if he has so Interfered, it. Is
'Without warrant, - and in defiant* of the
--, weli-known sentiment of the loyal men of
- . _
this State. We cannot afford to mince mat
ters or deal in honied phrases upon this
question of the worst, because the most in
sidious, form of treason.
We do not !object to the restoration of
Cl.tizair because he is a Democrat. It
ippens that the military star, whether
by accident or design, has fallen almost ex
clusively upon the shoulders of that class of
men. Some of them have required a long
education in the morale of the war, while
other men who are up to its necessities, like
Fa :sort, were over-educated for the times.
To ruches have shown themselves wise, ear
nest, and bieve—the true lighting men—like
Buzcza„ ROSICIZANS, BULYSLIA and Hoot
s; we have invariably awarded the high
est credit. For the same reason, however,
that they have suited us, they have not
suited the Peace Democrats. They now say
openly and boldly in New York, at public
meetings, where they hiss the President
and cheer their very "Little SUS," that a
War Democrat is no better than lan Abaft
&mist. With them BUTLIZ and ROSZOILAII
are Abolitionists because they fight—while
MoCumas is an nndulterated Democrat
of the first water because he won't fight at
all. The Wet of Democracy amongst those
who disparage the negro, on the false alle
gation that he has the same qualities pre
duly which enter into the composition of
the most orthodox of Democrats, is either
oowardioe or treason. McCLauss, there
fore, is their idol, and the man above all
others for the occasion, and it is for this
reason alone that all the copperheads agree
in longing for his return. It is idle to pre
tend that they consider him either a gen
eral or a hero. He has shown no high mil
itary qualities that we ever read of—nei
ther quickness, courage or power of combi
nation. Judged by the universal test, suc
cess, he has preyed the grandest of failures
with the greatest of opportunities, in a cue
where rapidity of action was a vital point,
and where nothlig was wanting to swum
but courage and loyalty. We hope to hear
no more of him. He has dug his grave.
We are no resurrectionist Let him rot
where he nu.
Lee 7 a Invasion.
When Lai and the council of arch-reb
els at Richmond, finding that something
mutt be done to retrieve the dhsaaterre to the
arms of the " Confederacy " in the West,
and to recover that almost lost preatige of
good fortune which the incapacity, timidi
ty, or perhaps worse still, of some of our
West Point Generals, who had worn the
insignia of the "Golden Circle" before the
"stars" of command decked their should-
era, had suffered them se long to appro.
priate, decided to undertake an invasion
of the North, it was of course the most im
portant thing to decide, in the second
place, wharf along the border would be the
most advantageous point to move upon, and
in what Northern State, or part of a State,
could the bold project they had. conceived
be most favorably carried out.
An intelligent correspondent of the New
York limes, in a recent letter, states the
question of an invasion of the North thus:
Lee is praised's' on the Napoleonic princi
ple—natter your army to subsist andconeen.
trate to light. His troops an spread over the
whole of the lower part of Pennsylvania, and
are living off the fat of thi land. But they
can be concentrated at any given point la two
or three days, and be ready for • gnat battle.
In this country snob a policy is wise and
and might be sncoessfal, for the conntryis
rich and densely populated. But in the Booth
our army bas to ' support itself,-and keep up
communication with its bare of operations.
Thins a disadvantage on our side that is not
genasily considered. lam becomingstrong
er in the opinion I termed at Ant that Lee in
tends to occupy this eeuntry, and work from
some base in Pennselvenia—la short, that he
L organising& grand invesien of the North.
The slowness and eantlon of his movements,
the fearlessness of his advance, the plan he
has adopted of striking as all the railroad
commuzloatiens, and the apparent oonoantra
don en Harrisburg, all lam me to believe that
he is intending to light . the Sammy campaign
on Northern soil.
Than an various Indications which favor
this 'apposition. In the lint place the rebel-
Grnerai probably knows as well sr we do of
the existimos of a party la opposition to the
Government, whom political prejudice will
carry thorn even to the verge of treason. He
knows ea well as we do that a political lute
has been made on the quietism of the enroll-
mail law. He knows is well se we do that
the violist and unecrupuloas opposition to
the Administration and to the prosecution of
the war, has weakened the oonAlenos of the
people in the Government If proof of the
were needed, it is found in the Witlessness
and apathy of the people in the insults offered
to the soldiers, ealuag the Dew York troops
" &Dyson' hirelings," and hooting them as
they peas; in the information afforded to the
rebels as they pass through the country by
trailers who style themselves Pease Demo
crats; and by a hundred other indications,
trivial but signilcant. This State of things
has been well *mown to the Contederate load
ers, and they have caleulated on it Those
who have allowed their passion to enpueede
their patriotism, and who have occupied them
selves with fla iling fault rather than with
lending their energies to the support and en
couragement of the Government, have, per
haps, done more harm than they are aware of.
That the rebels have attempted their in
vasion in Maryland and the eastern part
of our own State, is the best proof in the
world that, from the rebel point of view,
that region on the whole promised greater
advantage' than any other—M=4 for in
stance, Western Pennsylvania and Ohio,
towards which, al one time, menroonsider
ed that Loss movements were aimed. Now
as the region lying west of the Alleghenies,
Is in no respect inferior u to wealth and
the abundance of its supplies of every kind
to that which has been chosen—what shall
we fay were the paramount and .dealsive
reasons which determined the choice of
Las? One of them, certainly, may have
been the warms' of that field of operations,
which might not involve an abandonment
of important lines of oommunitustion; but
while this is at once admitted as good for
one reason, it strikes us as highly probable
that the strong leavening of the population
of the eastern counties with the "Peace
Democracy," (that. is, the copperhead ele
ment)) was also good for at least the second
reason. So, whether the story that I. stated
to have been told at Washington by well
informed parties from Richmond, respect
ing a minion from the copperhead "Demo
racy" to Jeff. Davis, to most and invite
an invasion, be true or not, the people of
Pennsylvania and Maryland, who have suf
fered from the rebels, may blame their cop
perhead friends for it all;--and still more
emphatically, the 0017XTZT may charge
upon these traitors the guilt of at least In
directly bringing on it the - shame of this
invasion of its free soil by the minions of
slavery and the treason-polluted tyranny
It le whimpered in eoPpothead circles
dist Vallandighbl will be at the Clifton
House—on the Canada aide ef Niagara Falls
—b a few days. Bat the whereabouts of
that gentleman is of little caugunce
now. He is about played out. The Union
men of Ohio won't talk about a lower fig
ure than a hundred thousand ntajolity against
him in October. In fact the nomination of
that traitor hut done more to strengthen
the cause of the Union, than almost any
thing else that has happened. Yet, let it
not be forgotten, the same party in Penn
sylvania endorsed Vallandigham, and
strongly approved of his nomination. Val
landigham and Judge Woodward have thus
been set tide by Bide upon. the same plat
form; and if the people of Ohio repudiate
the former by 100,000, by what vote shall
those of Pennsylvania reject the latter?
Complaints about American Creasers.
In the Home of Lords, June 15, the Mar
gate of CLuricarde moved for copies of any
reports received from the admiral command
ing the British squadron on the North Ameri
ean and Welt Indian station °oncoming the
protection afforded to British merchantmen
by the Ariadne and other ships or gunboats,
by convoy or otherwise; and asked what had
been the result of the remonstranua made to
the United States government by her Majes
ty's minister at Washington against the "Wa
ttle of British vessel engaged in legitimate
Berl Basun replied that the statements of
the noble marquis were inconsistent, inas
much as he had deelared that the mesas he
desired to protect were engaged in an Minuet
trade, white in the same breath be admitted
that numerous British vessels were carrying
on a profitable trade in running the blockade.
The attention of the government had been
drawn to one or two recent cues of seizers,
and he had written to Lord Lyons upon the
subject, directing him to inform the American
government that it was evident that some of
the ships which had been seized were trading
with neutral ports, and that a strong impres
sion prevailed in this country that they had
been seized in a reckless manner. The an
swer of the Americas government was that
there were auflielent grounds to justify the
seizures, and that those grounds would be
proved before the proper tribunal, namely, an
American prize court.
Sul Russell added that, in the opinion of
bar Majeety'e government, the blockade main
tained by the American fleet was sufficiently
efficient to entitle it to be observed, and he
thought every allowance ought to be made
for any hasty act on the part of the blockad
ing terse. He Unified there was every desire
on the part of the American government to
prevent injutiee from being done.
The motion was then withdrawn.
IW•ATTENTION I MEN.—The under•
sigma ere now to trotting am INrA STYE
0011PAhi•, to NUTO swim . the UOVerZuell Prod.
=Won of Joao Itfith, far (hire mow Et union worm
Rechargoa: JAMBS B STEWART,
W. El. MURRAT,
L. WILOUX, and cabers.
sr Rena may be found ►t we more of W. IL
1.7 alla T. 43 Menet stmt., or W. 0. JOB NaTI.)O
• u().% 67 wood ►crest. J 72.1%
4. -eTilit COMMIT LEE OF FUaLIC
SA nE IT basing tecommssded I lat all kinds
of banns. to sn, leap sas k andsd dm inn rinDeor
and aVrtkDte of •tsk. I. en.nbn haw
taco to matt on the natittsatisah , h-reto • In •
andssoe the sesta tscomessodatha, ths now
m Inn on doting rainamtnny missal an kinds ot
Itsna , saarers sad Deshas—mhtssa . • end Mall—
tentadtag Groans, Is itanntati and Drintlos . 8.-
loons, to clots stair 'malaise snake and plasm of
bostam on ths days .boss m tonotard, spill 6 o'cicsk
p. ea. of sank day. J &KIS InsOLldbl.4B6,
JISSI. Oita It,
JtaliFH a 0 3DWILL,
J. D. hIsOORD.
o.oartiAlttr Ora ON JULY CaLE
BRATION —The Antast Colebratkm for
the t..et of St. Piotl'e o.9hatt Aeytoet. •11l be
held et 1808 tIITI YeatlE, on Stell:lnDitlf, the
4th Inst. le.e will toe D•pot of the ettertol.
viols Dalhod, en 1.110017 strut, for the Path,
every half hoar thrortg the ow.
Adint.ateo. 10 orfirtr.
0.1..1 V .WISN Z.UPTIIIes. —1 he 11 ea
lam; Managers and Company for anemias a
Bridge mres tits Mt egbeni Barer, eyp:elte
onran. la the County of Alleabeey, have Oda day
declared a Dividend of One Miler and Illtren Onals
on each share of the O. petal Mock of the Omepany,
which will be paid to drockbeldwa or their legal
repreantattver, ea or alter the Uth toot.
lit. 10.63. Jrlttrrod
farm Or WIMITIIII Ituatroaranom CO..
Iltabargit.. Kay f1at1,1661 f
0.1 , 70T1011 18 1181i1113Y GIVEN to
the butacribas to tha Stock of the Wart
a% Tnoisportatiou airway that as asaltablat Of
FIVI Inetall.9 Mb CO) PER MASS iota lam
byt.d alba as Steck mbecielbkl, payable at the *Moo
of the Treasurer, at Pittsburgh. a or Was la
Ma day of Jua r ll63, aad a lika mount oven
thirty days thwarter, coati others/1a notilisd
by order of tho Board.
sT.Sat A. J. IIaDOWZLL, Pacnitary.
Otrwa ALL.gamat VALIAT 11. IL. 00,
Pattstatrigh, J. 1.50418€3.
aTHE SEMI-ANN UAL. UOU
of the Honda of this road, dna Icily Ist. IBC,
"Mt* phis on that d.., W. the nfflce 01 an Oemisio
n, In Inks of Fil..nblvith. Perrone bold's:11000-
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venal QOM So[ pigment.
phllT:2lr 8. ORB, Truisms.
to.BIACTION.—The Stockholders of
Ma IMP* Ilan 11101 gas nallnaogl G. u.
tomb, noglUd Mar on XMaim PM b. bell tor
Programme .n 4 Demerara. to an. for Ms amain'
7aar. on MOB DAY. tbs lltb dS7 of in 7 nal:, at
Ms aim of lb. Oampaggy, la Tomemancgrollo, be.
twiner tem bongo of I .ad 4 o'clock p. m.
w N 41.$M a Lb. Promenoct.
ISLECTION.—The Stookholden of
tin Pittsburgh ik Allegions &ides Co..
`Band arena era hereby notified that an inaction
ior President sad Direction, to sans fin the amnia.
naz i sill ha bald at toe Toll lime, at But Huth
and of tha Brady, on MONDAY, Jai, oth.
IBMIIK O. blitsll6L,
Sununu and Tinnier.
Prrrsouson, Jelly 1, 1651;
Loam sad 81 1 7.0 5 65
Coin— If 3, 233 66
Notes sad Checks of alba Books— 35.006 II
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11. 6.6 per mot. stoopoo oo
U. 1 your r ortlflesom. (6 per mat. 61,,000 00
Duo tram Boob sod Hanlon.— 145,553 OS
Capital Btock--.............-- 600,000 00
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knowledge and billet
J. T. VAN DOETIII.taIc
Ad:limed bates ow this Ist day of Jai,. 1&33.
8. Y. DA VA, Notary
DISHOL U TION.—The Partnenhip
hes etagere Etienne between the untlentened,
to the mate of 011IPIIILL & lItOLLII, to tee
Kw welt.. Beta*. te this day iltrolvel by mutual
comsat. Zither yellow le math Am& to me the
maw of the Mat Sodom the ameeete.
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In relltiserom the Oen arm. I regowthfily ra
ansavad our tonagr trisadi and otbeza Sc? the ps.
Mugs OS Say racesssoe.
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M OTICE TO CON Tii AOTORO.-.41•0-
1:1 peed. will be reoetssd at the °Moe of the Be.
egedivg Vegetates., In taa ktaraet betide', own
JULY Pen, toot , ter the Otadlag, Peeing cud Bah.
;tag ebb &ballets:la Penn street, Indy Omer street
to Taller street, Freeport. Baden Greater's Laud.
tag Stone required far OtXNto es.
thtd liescedto r eleess,t,
Npenal" indented to tae
late Ann ol DeEll Clitlitnnt am re.
unwind to nail upon lAllrai tl. NoCILIVIAIID.
Jr at soy old O. ou Ps= shunt, who to intim.
Ina to mil' the bailment of tit. Ista firs and te
cols KM for MIII4 3. P. D 4.611.
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I Mar first dame Howe .111 be open tor the rein
we of goods oo JAW! 17th.
J. 1. Walt. Proprietor
ADJOURNED VALE OF REAL B.
PATIL—OBN&P tit LI OP BUILDING
LUTlL—TMtabzoo of 69,80Ud10g Late, litlongtng
to Ito WAN of tlomY.o U., lord. dotoood. orm
.441 at habil° &Ye, on the aresafus,Ja ilia Borough
of alaaoloatar. corner orlaland km ant the bew
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PermAa mom to torsit will now *s. so
oppormatti to pueblos Indldblig lota la • baantUtd
.1. .. a. z locat , ?lanable rates.
orb. and. the balsam. In one
t••r from ilu oandmatios of the do.
• plan at lb. lots may be aeon at DLO onto of Dr.
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at the ruiddanaa al lint. B. 101 ID, Medlars to.
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INDLIL RUBBOCOLOTHIND-41aps ,
JL Emboli^ Cloitikolsakol Poo. Vfloalo.
MON, Nash (for review and goo varioti ot
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Pittsburgh, Pa Jul 3d, Ism
Lail Propo les will be received at this c Elm autil
18 o'clock m, the IP= D'T CP JUL..T 1&51, for
fordshing and deirery at Pitte.urgh. Pa. of PLYL
HOIiDEJSD OLVALitY ROUES, as fol.me:
Two Muodred and My to be delleered on or before
the 16th day of July. 1883; =0 Two Hundred and
Fray to t• delimit= on or before the itbd day of
Jody, 1663. .
These Mayes must be from &p.m= one-half to
eight years old, from flfteem to sixteen hands high,
well broken to tt e saddle. geed form. and Dorrubli7
=and in every respect Han ors excluded.
Bice mast be marked .*Prcpesats for fire /Nedra!
Cavalry Borges." and addressed to Lt. Ow. 0. Own,
LePre7 QUartermember General. U. L .Arney, Pitts
Tflos. - . •
AU horses contracted a tot rpet under .hl. t
will be subjected to a rigid letptcdion, d =leaf
they conform to the epeeldoation set fa tit in• the
pub =Men, will be rd. clad. I
The =City of the Q ohm= to fulfill the cantract,
slculd it he awarded to him, mint be guaranteed by
Iwo neeptiodble persom, whom eignatures must to ap •
per.deu to the &swami:ea.
The ra•p+nmioluty of the guarantors mist= =own
by toe onldel oertideste of the Clerk of the nearest
Dletrict Conn, or the United dtates Distrlat AUOT•
tog. Bidden must to pre seat in pew= when the
bum are opened. or tbe:r pronwsla wdi not be eon.
.ld.red. Brad aqua' le ataraat to hal: the ecM tabs
noshed CO the contract, dined by the oontrictor
and both of his gesnuators w 11 ea required of the
eareessfal bidder, upon olgulag she contract. Al the
bond most sooprep•ny ate rontractr, It old he emcee
eery for the Waste to hare their tondtmett with
them, or to have bond. Wiped In soticipatioo, add
ready to.be frodaowl when the contract le signed.
Jots of Gearrsetes.
We, of the oonnfy of —, end State of —,
sad o f county of --. and BUM, of —. de
hereby guarantee that—le able to fuhthl a COO
tract In accordsama with tete tame of his proposi
tion, sad that, should his propsetion be scosited,
tat will at once eater isto • contract In aocordance
therewith. shoo= the centract be awarded him we
are prepared to become hie securities.
To this gnawatee most tie appended the edictal
on Vilest. scars m. ntioned.
froseeele into ehl..yal patties will mot he °mild
ered. sad au 04h of alleglan,:e will be ragulted of
mccateful bidden b. fore .lying °Detract.
The undersigned ree-rv... to himsel the right to
rrjert say or all Olds that be may them too high.
Payment to be mods upon toe ampler too cf the
contract.. ror Ken thereafter as the noderelmted
shall oe In tend. 0. OBLtdd,
Jrcctd L'eut. Col. sod D. Q M. 1.
S old. , lndia'
Masonic Hull Auction Rouse
55 FIFTH STREET.
pH 'nits Tisoure.
All the NI:LITANY EMITS, at
sottoreas. NSW POICTABLD WRITING DISH,
0/1101E1111 BOA ND. /tn. it
H ail S.
SuLDIIII/P NSW PORTABLE WRITING DESK
AND WORK BOX, at
SOLDIERS' DRAWING CAEN, at
STATIONERY PONIFOLIOB, at
The authentic sonnet of Gen. CORCORAN'S
CAPTIVITY. only St neat.
Gen.6IcObEI.I.AS'S YiN• LE SPY.
TAITLIN • vY TUB PUTullAtl. old 26 tenter.
TBIB 6 1:IPTIOLINGS Or A YOUN G LAD OF
PINNIST I.VAN IA IN MUMMA, only 16 Dente.
MIN 'mown.° w. TER ENBOIN• UP TEN.
51188115, only 16 cents.
Pinta:ol4'6 MILITANT NOVELS.
YAP. Of THEREAT OP WAR.
BONG BOOB S.
ARMY, DUCH AND FITS BOOBS;
And other 11117810 BOOED. it tuill Ow, to okett
du= oat, an
JOHN P. HUNT=S,
NABONIO HALL, MUTH ISTBZI3
FOURTH OF JULY 1863.
SHIM VOUS COLORS.
F I-4 SS
intro 6 Inches to 80 fat.
BICIIIIVITLL TLA I
An small 71311 on dick..
ear WI ()allay quality sad pace with Exit=
or NI nal URGE 1140 memairearottr.
PITIOOK'S NEWS DEPOT,
111171 821011 T. OPPOSITI WM P. O.
reovose IIABSEI•L'S orriog,
200 Waster or Piantsn.vmm,
00 Fowllt Pittaburitb, Po, Ja.• 5t,11163.
SII.6IAD PliOrOt3ALS will be ready.
ad at Otto aka aatll MONDAY, July oth, at
woo. tor torn`oktog to the United !Holes:
1,0001201 t VTltit,l
1,04:* TIN nt Pe. I
1,000 YUM 1.
A, lhattablo for au to comp.
es thew moults may be Lomond to doable or
trobla the Vouitity, tbo twocootal bidders 'rut Do
ospirAad to txnutiot Dm snob additional quantity as
asp to requltott.
!milks mot samosa, the bids.
BSSUN 143111111 t,
Captain lad Provost Monks;
224 Mallet of Pa.
oommiLiostra trau Jiro 2.5001183-
iIITY WEIGH k3CALEG.--Setsle 4 Pro•
potato, oddromo4 to the now* Committee of
tboacillot will Do remind et 15.5 dee* outtl
DAT. sal ad. isas, ass &dock p so., tar Wolab 7
suntan for the ornrol cat 7 Weigh 15 " I"
Mau TUI state bow numb per cont. of the groom
mama ortaing from so , d Saks they Will pop to tbo
city for oho moo of the same. _
HU 41 .1011. Moat lIGO. °outran.
ulf r.—On 9 needs, a gni, about 8*
:1•4 elgotk. about the Fort *sine Depot, or be.
sates time and the slap. Aurae. • WWII!.
IS PIXY It WM, containing acme sio to hie In
sung. pawn of no erns wept to De P a ge
It tn. lader nnet tlia Casket Book and
at the aloe of tba PITTaB OMB CHBO II /04n, be
can main ma It nob of the nosey as he ohm.%
,_. • .1
TOL IT: WM V. T. SIMI&
rpm &slows % Ontoootoosi to Wok
.11. Tab. Prilt PRILDPIOAL sursootto.
943 ANA awl rums, so. so WONOLIK,
PtOrboter. rad Mc 59 Yodong gnat
Wm ow Moduli will tarnish LIMO
tauk_pos Lao% GUI 5055. 11"1142111
' llo w ow R&M W LITZ OLOollikli/LT...
TRU; LITT, TORUN sod ALI PUN RY.
DRAOI.IO ORARDSLIERO, PROD RTC
SBAG&ITL, to. MI work warniatat Wien oath
N 0.23 0 BM/MUD rillthaT al)it
BALL—A well Wit Mato* dvolllsMcos
osd tot of posed for solo; s WI, az roma, sanst
sad rollar. water Maoris, tiro frost radio—moat
Now Door, tarp rod. trim VAC AP* to
a. flora °CST Ix *OM% 61 morass it:
llwnLLlau ta/uo.e. Foil MOT .
Ldr Thm•story Mot dwelllseof hall, or , pubis,
ebb' room. kiwi ea, allow bath loam sad Datum.
bare, altiaate co 'woad stmt. I illsediAto tameston.
)1 ,4 II
OUTBMIT.4'I3OIM, 6l Iliarluit of
* uW,• Jinx lit', 1863 i. it is ur•
awed that the Joey, dirmstel ea etiend the
Mud of Q,arter &Woe, of the reete. 011 Needel•
11117.61h.1160. be dhoharpd. •
Atte*t Wle. h. unsay- Oink' Mite
sattlAtiLlub AND IS MaiMAU%
- 100.000 NO.l apt Moen;
100 aver Mar Rama% [Mk
Et scs would 0,11 tor Om"
00,000 foot Whits Oak. IA ale'
On hand sad for by B. Amu.
oral No IS7 Monty ergot-
tcrt~ru • IS 1/01115.....A tau assort.
mart of gamma lump VOpt an Mad at the
&anal Hamm 011144, a visor Wool, Mo.
. • Iholoatywrelaidag la gasatillsa .w ba aF
Oa Stormuul aYtoaaat wm ,, m ,
nolloso.. at On TM P.. 11.
NtYllOll.--We have this darusooia
-13 to& with IN H. & in the nazat'sotoro
01 not Clisuissop. ThsotlY_of t 6. @m. Mum
will b HaKHI & sitoTassa
WIL 8. WEAL
Joy loi.10&11. ! 1y1:110
~CIUON biIIaTANO IslirlmusAT
ems ahaussuas, ova P olar In timi Back,
um Mai, cuss Bruirr, stabs, Ban, koII
ar W pip, '
Ice Whi t t I. =Ars CIIIITIBM. Du%
akr. Ohio sad rotund stmt.. I- • lin
- - •
RU w UMJSer /WM Maaxuutll4 v:
prodoottre of the beet molts to Wok liesdribei
AMINO $1111.10111149 ifirsnburs, sad all cm.
plaints saislas hist Aotaity.
roe sob asllllo. A. mars OJITIAL DUG
NOW, caw OW fuld Isairsi dna& SR
4,A4 \ - 1,6. , ,,,, n.;_z5s •
A N ORDINANCE supplementary. t)
ti th. Onlinsoce hersto'ore passed relating teithe
Onoprmntie of Beitenad
Bea 1. Bet< onhiusi sod model bra. Meyer. dF
ma classes N Patebersh. 6 Seim sad Come
mass Cosacik amnabled, mad it 4 berebgesetdmi by ths
esatkority ef tie mess, %hat the cribsance endued tun
ordinate:out , bodging the lams of Bonds to be sue
awned for Bands heastiln payment of ntbrcelpt
lions to Rantoul Companies," pawed the 17th ally el
October, a. D. MS, to so amtnded as to authorise
the ions of Bends, ea Mentz' directed, having not
las than twenty nor more than fifty boors to ran,
with or without coupons, bd. whoa afecselmey. to
mime of lam than one thousand dollen each; br the
cesponi or meant t tabard die on Miami' be
which t hey shall be given in extbangeor paymanb
which Bonds, and the lutrrnt thmeon at tour per
rent. per annum, may be made p ayable to either et
the eitiss Of Blew Yak or Philadelphia, at the option
of the creditor., and all malt Bonds which may be
tuned, and whip' have been so Wiled, are-hereby
..Ordained and 'wasted Into a law in Councils, this
Sikh day ofinne, A. D. 1883.
Pn w idant of • • - Connel l.
Attest S. ILaaaasr, , •
Clerk of &feet Connell.
Proctdont of Oo
Clerlr.of Common Council.
A N UtiulNANCEti re ati • tee cot.
AWL Irothoe of Limo. on VeOW' Bti
Ow. L Be W Weighted ad maded • A. Mayer Al
dermen od seine= of Patetwerpen it • - and
Comeau asanabted, and Yto away • • • by Be ems
amity of the ease, That tram end r tie mange
of Cos cadluaete It shell be the duty Of the City
Thencer to designate some Pant* 001 Per or Con
stable, or °the r,person. and authorise and empower,
beat to seek out all TATICaII who bale tatted to
ply with the pr Aeneas of the eminence In relation
r. Lice:lees on Vehicles In the City of Pittsburgh.
Deducted sod emected April 16, lOW, end recovei•d
April HI, 1860,1 n ordnance Book vol. 11. page IPS,
sad np.rt the same to him, for which sermas the
said usher shall receive there= of A:Volute Is each
one, to be tased aad aeliectet at pert of the Posta_
upon antylotlon eel aforeesid
boa • 2. That :to Yea chub be allowed excerpt in thole
asses where :folios has been giventhe delinquents
by the ;anon appointee nodes this Ordlesum
Esc. b. That teat portico of tin sLith section of
the ordbeao. Vatiseld which make. It the duty of
the Chief of Pollee to mute mid re t, noel all crib
emcee or parts of crampon In t beeewith,
to and tbv some are hereby rep
Ordained and enacted into a la In Prownlii, this
Teta day of Jane, A. D. IE6I.
President Select Comma
Attest: IL B. Mount, l .
Clerk of Select
JukiN M. ILTLLIN,
President Of Cansmaa Council.
Attest: Haan llTMArrza.
Clerk of Common OrracU.
Aei Ura auteoriabag the
JOB. Gridley, Pintas and unties with Carts es*
Pine street, tram Ulmer swat le Talks nem.
Ind 1. Be a ordaind aed ended by ti. /twee,
&groan sod ones. of Peffebersh; is difeeresd
mom tkawbeil eaenabied, mad a te hereby nada by the
asitewliy of Me was. That the keeneing letraland
lit and he I. hereby directed to ernentse for the
finites, Pang and setting with Dinettes Pena
civet, tram COster Streit ' to, Toler rent, and he
let the use la meardance with tee preelitene of an
ordnance anceentag Meade steamed Lucid el, UAL
Ordained and enacted Into e Late In Omuta; Ws
Stith day of Jane, A. D. 18113, •
President of Wen Cettecid.
Attest: T. & Memoir
Clerk of Benet ekentell. •
JOHN IL KILIAN.
Preddent of 0111211 KM ConnelL
Attest: Eliot 11Plinna.
Clerk of Common Connell. jyllt
St LOUIS. MO.
Pam t..T. ha.. 2.20.
1.1.0 .01. • es
M•asuaa--. .OL '-`t. A .l
Baring acompled the Agnaoy !ter the site Oi the
BUMS MAP. mined neer St. Lon% Ito, I to.
Mu the attentkoi of Clam sod Steel lifenesetsumrs
to the Analysts Wan ahem: es reported by Prob.
a. a. Bays, otrt mi c .iii. uh sad J. C. Booth. et Phtishil•
phi., which, tar with the tees of salmi exper t .
awe by man to Pith bush,. Cloolneatt
sad St. Lads, deternitnee it to bo - Um purest sad
meet rattishi• (Bay now known. WWI= rondo or
Armenian. Pots made Irma it hats stood la tist
Gisseditrinco teem 634 to 9 months.
Ito Analysts to of the Clay se tam from the
mine, withoet any washing ori . preitersalms what.
mor. It powwow great satinet ems sad irestkdty
quiv Mai, which are not shown b the *midrib. and
whin! admit or the mitottturs a large yroparttos
of shill or bunted clay.
I on now prepared to all us for the abort
Clay, to be shipped from Bt. or deltrued hen.
, ALE.X..O 11,DON,
N. 111 111 PfltriT,
Maori Mammal. anstaaws union. •
astdastra, Way 19.12130.1
NOTIOR—The attention ef all offiesti_
who ban ben honorably Unhorsed on U.
count of wounds °Mobility, sad who dears to ro
attar no device to the Laval& le dial to
tholooditt of General Order NO. of of 1863,
trona the W DeperUnent, sedl rd la the news
tionosoost country. Oath odious on rtgo.ototl
to con ly promptly with tho prodeicato of tutor.
dor, sad to seed that'. mitt= nolkatkoo, alum ,
la melded, to positions la the Lund Coops, (dd
this it. obstroctar of their disolanty,)liter as Ms
ma/ es Pladhint to the dotted:Atonal Poona
Undid C on sul of the Wats to which they norint..
ouch actin dosistaat Provost Nulled General will
at coos liantord the applistleos, with him hand.
rent, to the Provost Yarabd Goissol of the Won.
Mon far the Undid Corps win be sprained UM
aondistely upon arabiblng mob retU r ty
Nadal Oran.No.los, -1M the
meat. Rhstr - and essolonene 00121:110011
MOM date at soceptonwor sack isrpolationto.' Old
not Cron dale el organisation Of tbe mower, mi.
mons to which they nay be naps&
J. N. PET,
Proved :Warns] dement
CAN2II.Wh3, FLOW, U/L CLUALIS,
eszar, anDuarzos IN MO .
NEW CARPET STORE
or t . •
ILIMATILABM COLLINB & CO.,
n LND TS 11111)1 STRUM •
Botinion the Pont Moo and Dispatch Building.
Ws have Jon nonsid air now stock portkalod at.
• gnat :sanction bun prior. of Int epting, ado
grains& most Wants" and oonnatitinwoonnint of
map sontrlpilon of goods to oar ant, which we Witar
for solo at a moil adtanco to ant._ _
Wi to ocai thlo stool at from Ttli
TW 3B t -BM PBB OLVIT. LIMB then tim rat
goods no now WIN: for In Dow Yon and Plinadsh
to. • .tauten
JMST OPENED. •
By Parc/maw mss to the meat disn'edat
Listens Mar Ws, vs apt noelthig 41, as isaL
Nina la BIIIHNISLB ual 1110111.1" wait en ebb
tooth" a coaplatio mortaist
Carpet; Floor Oil Clollto,:llaiting, ke.,
Wilk vlty lap zploatka ti, pits&
M AI 7 /144 . 3 k.
101 ECM= MIIIII/Ul'
Ws are WU salsa st dui priers els ism eih'
White, Checked and Fancy lettings, -
Is envy itykaidi of • swain guilty.
°LIM WCIIIITOCX CQ
WI • ' 11111PITTII•WflilliT.
r_1_0,11111 , 1111.1041 1 SALS 0(YITON.
la' plirtoootoot the dinetioo of the Illotrotary
ei the Tronotry,• end at wiles hosetgas pulffiboa,
tb•Hicao4 tole off . , • '
CAPTIIBID Lei 'ABANDONZD Gorr=
Will be scuukat Os. Lodi, Mo., Ca.
MONDI7, TIM eriF DAY 07 JTII7 msxr.
Dslid Jaw -
- • WK. P.IIUVALIII
esPerridalrEP•dal Tn 011137 Do"
LLDIII2I B 1102,0000 SO.
Do [ in *ULM BOOM cd24 "*" - . 7.
D.. OONG. =MD OUTI3IB, aty }AL
KIM CALI 8A1M01434
ORE DJ GOAT BOOT.,
ostranzei opium ammo Ain
'04 1 0 1 4 1 k Qa11.87 4 0-tur';i Muds to dq.
AZD ' " Wilarpr
• R os" Bich It, Conker' or TAberty_ mad nib
Muria. Oft* opsaiemy WIIDINSIAT =SUS.
itinucap 1N PRICE 1
AT ramp lihnlr,
Bilk lintle4 bi t ol Plicei4 Siang Ohmic
BARKER & CO.,
ea lIABJELT przzirr.
The Wham of car Mot of
21 EMUEL STSWT
59 MARKET STREET.
Or ID ocn4evreseicithOir to "is*
Gusgmtial7N4 64 " llbB
gnat lowiridob wadi rogo# tram anal-
ar-dodeg, we lave dstrestned to Glom
on) mit Immo stooks& once. - /111 goods
•w be surked at prices to emus *ids
THE GREATEST. BARGAINS
WI ban svar ofbeed
WILL NI OLD taut Ina.
J. M. Burchfield's.
lOU' OUBINCIERIS I
GISTS do, Szeoidt%
Do. LUND PANT NMI;
mai!srmus, Odd sad Oda;
lILOIIBI LINiEII ;
OOTIONADIII, sir Peale;
ICIINIVOKY num AID l'WBID8;
BLLCK RIMY= CLO7EL i
And foil rextmeat d goods of win dlisartptka.
on basis and selling
Cheap far Cash.
JOSEPH HORNE do CO.
Will open Sllietoes on
Monday Mopling Next.
The =UN stock sit
UNI Eft GOODS
iimprboddawn andiAsed eat
WrEROTPI' REGARD •TO DOR I
Timis am atom issamar, 1.1
=id 19 Aar: ke - f At"."
efOUNTRY OTORIUMPERS AND
D=lllll, of ttie =
bortng tem.ste nops btiili 10 sad
axe Beak of
NOTIMIN HOSTIDT GL0172.
NitnilHalllTS AND D0N.001161211,
• PIN% --
And the Ts:lmiion Willie in e* Um of Wien.
boar Wiiirsl6 lapsitabsah am Da weal sal
ddrd Am; win In tend • ea:MOM sowiassts at
W intim anamitabod aWw. .W 6 thossOxs alba
alai ta/Slw. amixad WO utak oar Sasser
ad MU' Vie al& Waisbirplasta the quslily
III&CB,IIN Jr. GLIDE,
Sigma law* and tipiiltiumant.
WAABO 831J 4KC i s -
' AT TUT LOW, P RIG=/.
-•- - EmbroFderiell
Mgol i tint & Clyde
•,78 YET Button.
• inirWimnrotami /MEP.
isms. bausiiza am . = IMP
r) -Pi ' Y e .CFOOD S
salfisoitna • •
- 0611. •
SM4M O ,I,t MKT. Blum '
. • - - • .
D o ,:do , : dkookor 10441 ,
• . . /Ws OCR .
POZP,Weiiii ears km& Mins WM mad tan
isdia f .2bo °dribs Deoporld;
Pill no of Douldors Ur% aissAoli
Kiimus • 004 . - •
Mk - 01001.-
*r , lasx, Aim Tamar ra" •
1131"111141144 to Ml/4016
' - • 100316,1.1atoliiicut
I' ti sTre,
VigAsalestilistekuglehai - - - - -
TO 00131i1521 14:111011/NTS
EATON, ILACJIMIN & CO.,
in 19 Pim Douai%
"ao wens, •
'GEM 444 . 1 4za. mu,
• • toHatoortioom or
Willa AID 1 10 T10111.
wlitoO oar stout Iras ommote s t
. tottonsoub to WIT mg
• : ttILLINUIL.,ort
doliorko to sonlitiolo! - •
Tbe krer • •
esabiso m Os
twunib, , •
lIPPat Sools ' of lamming:tam bad !teOW
dilly Abe retail trade ' •
.c,4tl US IldltAff TX"
PMEIMSH TBERATEN... 4 3"
; . .1212 212•2126 t
, tli_sPV9 l .
'busts ta Mut* Bor. 11 1211. r•twiegullumg
Mdto Cludts, 20 softy ; Panay 12101•011 - mill
••••• - • ''• • '-
ilitkoityltmiottariboostit of .1102,21nE1N.
- 0. - L. nozmar.ou, poptat sad
tablatad Grottos - Triptlio; tad ibos velW.
mowed to en • pirtonassus In WR Y kw.
41 WM be ptodacall. tie tow s ad &mai of •
The Sculptor, or the Death' of .
erniruny; hb elotter—r.'lllllolllllllll4l.
Lio10.114,001:11111.0 Ouisfo.,./In.W&I,ELLIgr o
gooo— , ,Wbon *his . Cord. Woo lio, A __fltpor. l .,...icho
/111111oLL Como Jima.
Capt..Xyd, or the Witch otEurlgate
issrSoorth of - Jolr. now 02,1100 Z,
ATTI/140uli and Ito , ; „
. . :,TWO"IDIVANTED-rallerdt 'yams
T OanfLk W obtagem*Ahltividibl Online"
et Sae ass; Or Waite of alisatim-banyArNolt.
VIM Aare' LOX; 4 12 4M 10 1600 Le9.l_, I •
TT IN also
•A cant nanny Monk solcobto orynocun'inele
In Western Ponnegmla.- OntionancpiieL" , •
j)2O. .1' My &de Eti.
wANTA.I)—ik aecond.tuald .8 - hone
power InianS. Inctsbn of etannory.
jen L. EL V01nr&1X04.157 'Abut in.
lA/ hitlrku.-46u aimosirn 'Mat
airmts o,ll* D. esoalti, impasses Maas
01311 ADMA•liklf ,Ermat, Gisela tieweinband
other am, Gadd sad ourloiti articled. MIN, oho
sviZansoogT MAW a CLA11K.1111&1•64,714-
w Atardi,--.76 A OWES t-I TT bits Agnate t era7' minty IA VA Alliminktb.
pd, sky mew chrge haft_baelaii
madam Address, B.JIADUStuy
This popular sums melt will be amid kr On
eccomssoostoa of slaws es t h e 10sa .11111:11
liltXT, sad wilt be kept open until UST CliSolor.
the Halal will be ander the oboes oferphrlostel
maatiau, sad nu. tersagwasst his besoliebb is
ore oaths Oulateatlon to guns.. ,
1)a Bedf rd itellrood .41 be ctizo i ratid lien
dips to Mount Dar Statics, di owe Wiles
ergot Bedard, said boat that paint - preupas will
las Doan7dt tlw thitali ligtt 0 4 111 butiOleui
ample thou ban bete made to Bogy
dashes sad indtitttete with Bedloid
stsodard auks. at Us following WWw,st tbs
Nor ben tonal. (=berm)gelkssg 11 . E
•• hared.(ask,' 40 40
be bens!, took.) 111.1
All order sddisard to gltDll.lsolll. 1194
ibad, prouptly - dllei,Zsod wider net to say pirt of
tee wrouttsg. Isis dsdrable for pommy ghee.
Hops should Om for making bansis.
my visEbn roma, or as 7 istaradlSlNte•
log the Springs, wiplaus eddraes,sTXoll P3O-
relltrOlisOY 811010 ED BP111111HL"-
PHOTOGRAPH ROOHdi r
mama nrra AND xouarksiiiciiiii,
Cid and ad stodge, one Ilkaaritsees Jrn frt . elehea
•- . ;
111 .1 111 .414 RAP
PHOTOMAPHI3, craven Ilse sea eklif(111111 CC
cebrieL L•om the molar Cate lb irbile to &Obit. _
and Lib Um
mr. rusTuadi vaarp,iticiabatrl4ll._
tiation . of iw ana Junk =nut tOtio semi.
bilUy of this ist,blidaine*, eat b) , "ta..
ig,l* dart Ilea of stabs,
wm "!k - m'd
Peutywelteseati r testiosz umate_
• Waehhuttos, DAL Ike SUM,
A LL MEN WHO D TOIJOLT
box*: sothentAl to peewit - tatelisb . le et
say theittostleythe ant 'thirty Aye to abe .Aleeed
et llatiloroU la Vie& teepeettes•Dfotdete.,' The
Mesa AAR ccambe them. daterstoo apeAthelz
bum Ar the sante% eat ft fount to to Flets•
Int lbellett of the Dhttiet tballAfire thealltest.
= .l l
the A. Ato the word aosle
of .import ltenhel
of the tate.Aosoosi ma tbay'yttetut thAlliffetit
thforeaeral toodeteree they shill be dolt aueletimi
by• Aeseteeheie sad tlitouttag dam e mil* by
as IS bounty Wand _ by tow. : . •
terfAlis • hawse Nuelsel GroieeL
macritsa.V.rau — 1114:111UU'
PAUL*WII tato thla anothatal tatailabloar
Aleuts sod Qs ambito grosallyrthati.epe :Gnaw
to 2.1111.aar TALUS I,I2KULIT. PHIS
i s=roatko Doafkitty: Ulm via 'bailout
porapaatos Ws sada aroadatt sprat** op tot
lap amigo Loa bats aad. gloom a an. outlaw ma.
ma. tar °atoll af Ma boa wed,.
Z ar r=r i tba - -tvenioih - . , 14 11 :
~ a od
°mammas oor itatniakt Bassia =far m s
wallas lb. aoratoaa at a goof oad
al/1 do wan ball aatobasals
' • 1411 . 1111A1L1= 1 271:11;
. lli 47 aidelleald pt. piv4t.i.,,b.
1 - WtrilJll. - A. -
4,`,441. Mauna; Iscroft all ClOlOllO'D/116
Mats,at Imes sad wow
das bta&B 6` 2.7b sm
e r imid=" h " l. ‘ .-=: ••
tram siktrid. orruausu i timeli,.3?oant
isrwaappl drailanoi tatitetikemso
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prmuthisoctitoitatimi*ginar: - -
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