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THURSDAY MORNING. JIILY 9
Union Coo Qv/ Ttaket
for Promisaa...hodo. iv W Dasia
• NOUN HAMPTON.
L JOHN P. OLASS.
rt. A.LTEIMD 5140 K.
m. 414118 B. BINITON.
Tv. , Wit. H. ,DININSTON.
a. THOS. J. DIGHAM.
P. 01a1 amt.
war. L. HENDON.
Hy dry, Tarn..
DATID ANON, Ja.
Wit. J. IHOHAII=
Ps CI mar 'agamisagaer.
•nr Daraha' qf do Year
AOOOlOO O to all the reports that have
viseb . olll;ip to this present time of writing.
0118111f111,KlADII hoe bravely followed up the
&instep' of his vietary, and so disposed his
fame as to veep the 'utmost possible remits
tits siluntion oould yWd fought midis
fasted Las what the letter could receive no
reinforeemente, or supplies, being separated
by fifty or slaty miles of hostile ooant•y from
his base of operations, south of the Potomac;
sad now he Is pressing on his retreatieg sal
sass at all points, threateziag Ma with the
math body of his army on the seat of his line
of retreat, with a volunteer host of 40,000
fresh and eager troops on chi north-west, and
harrassing him in front and all around with
clouds of cavalry, whose daring and impetu
ous greets his broken and dispirited fugitives
can hardly be rallied to resist.
Still, a large portion of Lee's army epeeists
of veteran troops, and while the unwilling
oossollpa may desert, or make feeble rests
taw* when they are attacked, preferring to
be taken prisoners, he has no doibt a formid
able force under his command ready to fight
main, if they must, so as to open their way
bask to Virginia. We, therefore, readily
give MAIM* to the report that another put,
and, if possible, mote desperate UAW will be
fought near the bank of the Potomac, some-
Where between Williamsport and Heneook.
Perhaps the !starts we had yesterday even
ing from flarrisbug were unreliable—indeed
they seemed to be so, for they ware even in
part contradictors—yet matailly the *owl
iry will look for another blow to be dealt at
Lae before he on put the Potomac, between
his fugitive army and their pursuers: and we
trait that blow will be meek- with molt de
cisive offset, that the result and penalty of
the rebel invasion of Penniyivants will be the
irretrievable ruin of the last and greatest ar
my which the desperate efforts of Its chiefs
eould minter from that pandlueonbun which
they attemptee so rear into um (outland pro
portion of an empire, on 'the moor-atone qi
A been. in Conn.
.The readers of Pittsburgh newspapers
will have seen it somewhere ousted, within
• te• days past., that. a man named LAWSON
tosidintsn Wissunorelsndeouiscylisd been
firresuld by the PreToot Marshal of dist
District on toe suspicion of being a spy,
sad dal forwarded to some one of our
swarm fortresses. We have heard • story
In regard to the same individual which is
worth> of a rehearsal, as illustrating not
only the Widens of the copperheads, and
the want of the same courage in some of
our Judge; but the inefficacy of the jury
trials in counties where disloyal 'anti
menu are openly taught by the Demooratio
The story is that the same individual had
indlet.ed three or four young men of hie
neighborhood—two of whom were volun
teer soldiers then on furlough—for en
assault and battery. The case came on for
iris. at the last term of the Court of Quar
ter Beasioits for 'hilt county. The defense
set up was the utterance of atrociously die
' loyal seiduumts °tithe pert of the prosecu
tor; but the jury was so sifted by chal
lenges as to render the prospect of an so
quitted an almost baptise one. The
promontor, after having told his story, was
put upon' his crosassaminetion, and the
question asked, amongst !then, whether he
bad not openly declared that he had much
more respect for 3w. Dam than for Au
Isicorar, and that he would prefer him for
the office of President. or solnethinElo that
dog. The witness hesitated a moment,
and then remarked quit be did notrecollect
Lying used such language on that mos
sion. He then turned round, however,- to
the Court, and continual in • bold end di.
font Lone, that "although he had not said
it tAm, he thought so, and thought and said
-so now." And this he was alloirivi_ to do,
as we am informed, without • co mmittal
for contempt, or - even • rebuke on the part
of the Judge. 'We hope that there is some
idstake in this; but we understand Cul l
Lbs defendants were -, convioted, as they
were not unlikely to be, under such oir
ouvaanosic and that, althouglc pirdoned
bithe Omernor, they were mulcted into
the aids l •
' Tikkis the story se it was Lobito us. We
- would , tabs hope that -,lio foots lan Ism 1
or thollor yniatels Judge,Judge,
st eVirho lii s inatiiiuStioyst
me, has over-rulal byld, ilsolopratie
t 7 .. Maids. ~Waltelstitil-betterilOtit no
dliik• ourorriam. mold take iliosla ills
OifeistiOit Miugheny county without`Sash
itillWyerolon so woo* obotiispi,:iir
vent its repetition. ' ' ' , - ,
Ws an Wormed Seat la the was sf the , da
by us y.stsrdey, w asl 4 ad•
lag is thiellaltidtllvon Cent for this Dle
. 1 " ruled en the
. pawing. toy, aostotasity with what we
inipp9skto_imikAwaglit the diction of
scion dostap~ssat~a4dfattaa f. lb. tus
• ass wee seniestil , speet,'lheAsteltion, - and,
Ijoardiagli,teigaided the itolOtOr,
die ding the nertion at to the validity of the
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, lien; however, bow the edits intim
ity, tog in another ease,
where die% Tustin
was bsfor Ida, though trearrei It seen copes
end`vary del:bast one, he dlestunled the sp..
oUoant os the vent tbas the pintematiers
dint apply to * nee of dereetei at all.
• bat metal, to °fritter, who went smelted on
ohetftte ,other items pen.
tioosof . •
tre,Sionithei. 'siipPtised Us . t If there was
dsy "thiSUISIS:IOSUsIIS SUNS" idslisle It
-world bate lies pieolsitY *ths other way.
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--- took* he. nythinglo do with initial diet
, Mies the ow do &Was aim 'retake It
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of —10021116.1!0.4 villa it• 4 . r .." 1115 !a 1l Pf
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tit IWSII 7 oos Brun ia d Bog
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. • •
THE BATTLE OF , GETTYSBURG,
A Full Account of the Three
Ae a connected narrative of the memora
ble battles fought on Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday, the Ist, 24 and 3d of July,
near Gettysburg, in Adame county, Penn
sylvania, will be valuable for reference,
and also satisfactory as a resume of the de
tails furnished in our dispatches, we think
the folio wing carefully written account
will be acceptable to our readers :
Gen. Meade took commend of this army
on Sunday, the 28th ult. At that time his
headquarters were at Frederick, and Lee's
at liegeratown. It, will be seen that he was
ict - tee southwest, and consequently In the
rear of the foe, imminently threatening
his line of retreat. The army of the Poto
mac began its campsigiarom that moment.
Orders were issued to chi severed corps to
move early in the evening, and on tee
morning of the 29th our whole brilliant and
hopeful host was in motion toward Penn
sylvania. .The First, Third and Eleventh
corps encamped on Tuesday at Emmett'.
burg; the Second and Twelfth also pitched
their tents near by. The Sixth corps
marched to Carlisle Wednesday morning,
the first day of this month forever memo
rable. The First Corps, under Major.
General Reynolds, and the Eleventh, under
Major-General Howard, started for Gettys
burg, Reynolds in command, where they
excited at 10 o'clock A. It. ThaFirst corps,
in the advance, marched directly through
the town. The enemy was discovered post
ed in a wood to the westward, near the
Lutheran Theological Seminary. The be
ginning of the three days' conflict was at
TEC,ZIATTiII 01 WSDJISDAT.
One who has been in the presence,
now sits among theeohoes, and whose brats
teems with rushing memories of a conflict
BO recent and BO vast, may well pause be•
fore attempting to indicate its magnitude
or describe its progress. Rash as the ad
vense of Gem. Reynolds has been pro
nioed. by many brother officers who now
lament his death, I question whether it
was not after all for the best. It served at
once as a reoonnoissanoe, showing the en
emy's exact position:and probable force,
And as a check upon any offensive move
ment which that enemy might have been
intent upon. It secured the army of the
Potomac the commanding position on Cem
etery Rill from whlcditheitia'Ades of the two
succeeding days were chiefly fought, sue
which, had the rebel commander antudpat
ed the engagement, he would doubtless have
secured for himself. Not less, perhaps,
I than the skill of the generals who directed
the battle on our side; gave us the victory.
When, therefore, the heroic' First corps and
us toted commander placed themselves in
the terrible dilemma of Wednesday morn
' ing they won a knowledge by their esonfice
worth ail Lou world to us thereafter. The
corps marched Lathe following order: First
1 41,131011, Under . Lien. Wed. worm ; ,Third
chrism., ander Ulm. Downed., ; Oro tut,
intttertes, ander tioL Weauteenstu; Fourth
(Winton, under. Gen. Robinson.
A portion of our artillery took position
halt a mile south of the mammary. .The en
' emy opened tire upon it with much fierce
owe se turoed the usmeries to retire, which
they Ounlosenoed doing in good order. lieu.
Wadsworth imuilihately came to their aid;
iwo id tus reguaents(tlie 211 ill isconsiu sue
'lns Twenty-Fourth hliantgan, charged the
roost mtaarry, forcing them in turn to re-
tire. The batteries alienated an excellent
position further 'in the rear, which they
held drain); the day. Gen. Reynolds now
rode forward to inspect the field and ascer
tain the lavorsble linefor thedisposal
of rua - iroops. One or two members of hie
staff were with him. The enemy at that
instant poured in a cruel musketry fire
upon the group of officers; a ballet struck
Gee. Reynolds in the neck, wounding him
mortally. Crying oat, with a voice that
thrilled the hearts of his soldiers, "Forward l
tor God's sake, forward!" he turned for an
instant, beheld the order obeyed by a line i
of shouting infantry, and filling into the 1
arms of Capt. Wilcox, his aid, who rode be-' I
sidehim, ills life weal out with the words,
"Good God, Wilcox, -I am killed."
The command of the corps devolved upon
Gen. Doubleday, who harried to the front,
pieced it in position, and awaited a charge
which it was seen the rebels were about to
make. An eminence whereon stood apiece i
of woods was the important point. thence. ,
forth to be defended. The reWs advanoed
and opened tinhorn their entire line. They
were instantly charged upon by Meredith's
Weitern brigade, who, without tiring *shot,
but with a tremendous cheer, dashed for
, ward with such swiftness as to surround
nearly - 600-0 f the foe, who were taken
priioners: A strong column immediately
I advanced against. us from the woods, and,
though volley after volley was poured into
them,did not waver. Their proximity and
'strength at last became so threateniurthat
I the brigades of the Second division were'
ordered to Make another chuge, which wu '
even more successful than the first. Their I
momentum , was like an .avalanche; the'''
rebels were shot, bayoneted, and driven to
partial retreat, more than two 'regiments
falling into oar" hands .alive. Our ranks
suffered fearfully in this 'demonstration,
and it wan evident that each fighting could
not hung go on. The Eleventh corps
now made I its ' appearance, and its
General ' (Howard) usumed command
of the-forces. .13ntiosrehr was ordered to
hold Gettysburg and Cemetery hill—all his
artillery being placed Justin latter position.
The other two . . divisions of the Eleventh
corps, under BMWs and Barlow then sup.
ported the First corps, on the right,! in time
to ?mast two desperate charges by Eweirs
troops. A third charge was now made, by
the entire rebel force in front, which corn
prised the - corpe of 'Hill and Ewell, sixty
two aroused,. : strong. The shook was
awful. "The itiperter numbers of the foa l
.enabled- them .b 0 overiar bath our flanks,
threatening uswish surrounding and cap-
IMA ::Their - main' effort was directed 1
against our laftlriati, eurdiretwithstonding i
the gallantligAlleg done by ouraoldters at
that Plat,' they at lut obtained , BMA ad
vantage dug I Gen.',Howind I ves forced to l
,retire his -eitioniand'.'llirorigh.„, the tower to,
she cast,:which was done in good order, the
oomplzmaite - of the rebels meanwhile fall=
tug tineffsensoni ft, in the shape I
grape - and*Manitter.: .. The two corps .were
Owed In line of benison Cemetery Billet
evening, baring .withattnei durisid the, anl. ,
tire dey the assults - of an enact: antena
' boring them three to one., Hot without
'drier, not without illeglAtid, did the °Moen
and soldiers ; of .thasi coorpe.contemplate the
day's engagement and await the onset they
believed was lo coma.: Their comrade, lay
in heaps beyond,the village whoa* spires
gleamed peacefully in the sunset before
'them. Reynolds the beloved, and the b . rave '
was deed, andEsok. stumbend beside him.
Barloy,'Perd, many, field and snores of line
officers bed '
been killed. The men of the
First Corps aloha could in tow instances
*rim to spear., to the ones who stood beside
them in the morning without meeting with
a vacant space. The havoc in that corps
was se frightfil as to decimate Wally exto
-1 half, and= that in the' Eleventh carpe—
-1 nobly s resorted froni the el:splotch which
' noted; era it lbefore-r-trait scarcely l en
I great. et the little amyl:U=lnd not, but
st o o d ready te fell: ail 0040 had fallen even
'eothelseettuan. With what a thrill of re
lief Gen. Howard, who had mkt Messenger
after messenger luring ..theolay to Slum
and Sickles, taw in the distance at evening
the approanhlng bayonets' of the Third and,
Twelfth, oorps, . only they can tell .who
g o osht.:. beside him. ; , Thom corps arrived
[ 7 lietuned positions' to the, right and lstcof
114 441 e.
ihe !nes Siditaireath en thihstihte about
I ClenistarY 11111* dint. -.; , ', ravened.
I ca tartheed, -1110 ii,
Ths commander Wei nisistied the Pod*:
den, and posted the severer ems in the
~,..:. ;;~-r ,
following order: the Twelfth (Slocum) on
the right, the Eleventh (Howard) next, the
&wind (liancock),.First (Doubleday), and
and Third (Sickles) in the center, the Fifth
(E-y keP) on th. extreme left. The sit milion
.as brilliant commanding. For almost
the first time in the history of this army's
cireer belonged the advantage in the de
cisive battles which ensued .
The heights on which our troops were
posted eloped gently downward from our
front. The line stretched in a semi-circle
—its convex centre toward Getty sbnrg, the
extremes toward the southwest and south.
Ledges on the iterior sides gave our eel
diers in some i stances_ a partial shelter
from artillery. Every road was command.
ed by our cannon, and the routes by which
Lim mighsotherwise soonest retreat in case
of his defeat were all in our possession. At
every one weaker than others reserves
were judioiously posted, and the cavalry—
an arm of the service scarcely brought into
play in some recent and destructive battles
—protected both our flanks in immense
Thus the great army lay down to sleep
at midnight, and awoke on the morn of a
day more sanguinary than the last.
ink nAkTke. OF nililtstiST.
On what • spectacle the sun of Thursday
rose, the memory of at least that portion of
our forces 'who witnessed it from Cemetery
Rill will linger forever. From its crest the
measles of fifty cannon pointed toward the
hills beyond the town. From the bluffs to
the right and left additional artillery ermin
ed, and away on either side, in a graceful
and xnajestio curve thousands of infantry
moved into battle line, their bayonets gleam
ing like serpents' scales. The roofs of Gete
tyabarg in the valley below, the rife of
woodland along the borders of Rock creek,
the orchards far down on the left, the Settle
green and beautiful, in which the Latta
were calmly grazing, composed a scene . ot
each peace as it appeared was never made
to be marred by the clangor of battle. 1
strolled out to the cemetery ere the dew
was yet melted from the grid% and leaned
against a monument to listen to the singing
of birds. One note, milder than the rest,
had just broken from the throat of en oriole
in the foliage above me when the sullen
rattle of musketry on the left told that
'skirmishing had begun. Similar firing
soon opened along the entire rebel line,
and although no notable demonstration was
made during the forenoon, it was apparent
that the enemy was feeling our strength
prei to some decisive effort.
The day nary
wore on full of anxious suspense.
It was not until four o'clock in the after.
noon that the enemy gave voice in earnest.
lie then began a heavy fire on Cemetery
SUL a it must not be thought that this
wrathful fire was unanswered. Oar anti
iery began to play within a few moment.
and hurled balk defiance and like destruo.
Lion upon the rebel lines. Until six: o'clock
the'roar of cannon, the rush of missiles and
Lie bursting of bombs tilled all the sir
'rho clangor alone or this atrial combat
might wed have confused and awed a lees
toot and watotuul oonunender than Genera ,
Meade It did nut couluee tam Vi tin the
of a mailman and tuo eye ut su
.ipertenoed judge he watched Iron • his
nerequartere on the tall WillitaVEL mere
meat under the murky Wood which ousel.
loped the rebel lines might first disclose the
intention watch it was evident this artil
tiny firing covered. About six o'u.ook p.
I at, silence, deep, awfully impriestve, but
imomentary, was permitted as if by magic
to dwelt upon the field. Only the green
unheard before of the wounded and dying,
unit' the murmur—a morning memory—el
die breeze through the foliage, only the low
rattle of preperadon for what was to come;
embroidered this blank stillness. Thee, as
the smoke beyond the village was lightly
I borne to the eastward, the woods on the
left were seen filled with dark mermen of
infantry, three columns deep, w hooid
yenned at a quickstep. .Magnificent! Snob,
a charge by such a torero—lull 45,000 men.
under Hill and Longtureet--even though it
I threatened to pierce and annihilate the 3d
Corps, against which it was directed, drew
forth cries of admiration from all who be-
held it. Genera! Sickles and hie splendid
command withstood the shook with a deter
mination that checked, but could not fully
restrain it. Bask, inch by inch, fighting,
tailing, dying, cheering, the men retired.
The rebels came on more furiously, halting
at intervals, pouring volleys that struck
our trooped own in scores. General Sick
lea, fighting desperately, was struck in the
leg and fell. The 2d Corps came to the aid
of his decimated column. The battle then
grew fearful. Standing firmly up against
the storm, our troops, though still outman
oeredAssive back shot for shot, volley for
volley, almost death for death. Still - the
enemy was not restrained. Down he came
upon our left with a momentum that no
thing could check. The rifled guns Wit
lay before oar infantry on a knoll were in
danger of capture. General liancook was
wounded in the thigh, General Gibbon in
the shoulder. The sth Corps, at the tat
and 2d wavered anew, went into the, breach
with such shoilikand snoh 'volleys. as made
the rebel column'tremble at last.. -lIR from.
the valley behind, another battery came
rolling to the heights and flung its contents
in an instant down in the midst of the en
-I.einy's ranks. Crash! ontahl with die.
charges deafening, terrible, the musketry
firing went on; the enemy, reforming alter
leach discharge with wondrous celerity and
1/11111211611, still pressed up the declivity.
whatfbideous • cameo filled the minutes
between the appearance of the sth Corps
and the advance to the support of the rebel
columns of still smother column from the
right, I cannot beer to tell. Men fell as
the leaves tall in autumn . before those hor
rible discharges. Faltering for an inetint;
the rebel columns seemed *boat to recede
before the tempest. But their officers, who
conal be seen - through the smoke of . the
conflict galloping and, swinging their
swords along the lines, rallied - them anew,
and the next instant the whole lineOgaiig
forward as tf to break through oar ;own ,
mere weight of numbers. ktlivilion from 'the
l2th Corps from the
,antreme right reached
the seals at this istant, set if the same time
dodge,* some ap with the 6th 0044 Wing i
finitheil a march of neirlithloy. six 'ecstiesg ,
1114 hours. - To whit thecae they cameithill
eflisers saw aid told' them. -Weary as they
were, baredooted, - hese, ' fit to drop for.
climber as they wore,
.the wish for victory
'was so blended' wi.% the thclught of extions-:
slop that they east themselves. In nun on
saw WO line of Vitus; and weitrdoen, oc
the enemy- with' death le - their stripier rind
cheese on, then lips. The rebel camel's back I
was broken by this "feather.". lira alining:
gored, reeled, and drifted slody back, while
theiheittS Of 'On* tOldlere • op amid the I
roarlif trateketry: oforr the bedtes de the 011ert I
and-wounded, prostilmed the completmarse .I,
ibetr whitely.' Meanwhile, as the division orli
Stream's cc* ' th e extreme eight loft lie '
poet - ttrfolitln - thle.triateph, another oolomii
of the saidaY;'itudir command of Gen. Rl6ll,
had sashed savagely against nos
right wog, and as.the failure to titre etie Jai
became Snows it adorned se If deterealnatthe
I to conquer to this cart of ihkheid oversewn
alike the enemy's fear or death and- , his plias
for victory elsewhere. , Tim fight war ternno,
and fit fifteen zatnntes the attack to,whien
the three divisions 'of the 12th 09;ps ,wese
subjected was more fallow than .541,11124
ever known in the history of this aimy. .The
6th Corps 06601 10 th eratppo/4 theAlit Corps
; , followed ; &Wilma dusk into darlittiseoutte
half pass aloe o'clock. the battle 'rigged *lib
trolled fortnagand unseated fury. - Oar troops
wars ostapelisd - by iverpowerbig numbers is
fall bask a.short distanesishandonteg several
rifle pits and en advantageous position to the
enemy, wine,hanghty ever hie adventsge and
made desperate by alga.is other qaartert,
then made a last-struggling charge sestina
that divisten'ef our right wing commanded by
General Geary. General Owl's troops int
inotialised that:theism by their resistance to
this attempt. They steed-like adamant,
moveless, .death &sang machine, before ;
whose volleystim rebel solusur withered and
mat down••by Madras. . After a ibetgior •
Izonisivabli the . .ftilda
tke.pwids .b lowYheMnrl II .. 'Thildst
trils iguieSlO. Ai .iietatiater
um bear, a, other attack mad. *DUI
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rue aavvta my VILIDAT• PUBLIC .OTOTICES.
one who stands in a tcwer and leaks PIOT() T L'S f•TreICE,
..0 ry, ale" or PA O. 98 !tante . trees,
dawn n ?de. e tang' hy pegeani Ins•ont g I tc'nrgb. Pa, jo,
through a tho:oust dere, taxis it ueooesible --
fli; PRE'zIDE 'T (IF THE
he ototo to recall in order the a: w• -au cos L T
PSITtt 'A , go tren , ord,red a D-aft In
aed the inoideale t f the eceoe,
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this " c ' ut g on a camp 113° ` llO " D " :4r t :ex M eedin:tll r r ' e yeare!ln soc .-rdenee with In
of the monument against which I i I stin - ttms from the Proeo‘t Maret.al Goner the tel
t, rang to the robin of yesterday, ald 0 alas tonne of affidavit. to ee forntehed the B s
possible to retell w distioatness the details ea rarrato.on by app
ll...yeti for reeze c Tge d
of the unparalleled battle gnat closed The
atl i a f ,i ' k: e, ,ti public
-o,,r,fliot, waged by 160,000 men, whioh bar oo- J GEED'S P •T e a
copied with soarcely an interval of rest Captain end Provost Iherthel
entire day, from 4 a s hi. until 6 o 'cl...cit ti
evening, contains so conch, so near, and such
voluminous matter of interest as ono mind
eennot grasp without tiros for reflection
This last engagement bite been the fiercest
and most sanguinary of the war. It was be
gun at daylight by Gen Sieourn, whnse troops,
maddened by the less of many comrade., and
eager to retrieve lholposltion lost ey them on
the pnweeding evening, *delisted and delivered
a destructive fire kgetuot the reheat under
Ewell. That gene al's entire fore° responded
with a charge that ie rnemerni - le even beyond
those made by nerd yesterday. It wee des
peration against courage 1 The lire cf the
enemy was mingled with yells, pit-ted even
above its clangor. They came on, and on,
and on, while the national troops, splendidly
handled and well posted, stood unebakcn to
receive them. The fire with rebirth they did
receive them was so rapid and so think as to
envelope the ranks of its dolivezere with
pail that shut them from eight during the
battle which raged thenoforwaid for six dreary
hours. Ott of this pall no straggler came to
the rear. The line scarcely flinched from its
position during the entire conflict. Hoge
masses of rebel infantry threw themselves
thto.it again and again in vain. Dock, as a
ball hurled against a reek, these masses re
coiled, and were reformed to be hurled anew
against it with a farming's unfruitful of sue
ens—fruitful of carnage, as before. The
strong position occupied by Gen. Geary, and
that held by Gen. Dirties, met the first and
hardest assaults, bat only fell back a short
distance before filarial odds, to re-advance, to
re.assnme and to hold their plates in company
with Ely kee's division of the Fifth corps and
Humphrey's (Berry's old division) of the
Third, when, judiciously reinforced with ar
tillery, they renewed and continued the con
test until its close. It seemed as if the gray
anifOrmed troops, who were advanced and re
advanced by their officers up to the very edge
of the line of emote in front of our infantry,
were impelled by some terror in their rear,
which they ware as unable, to withstand as
they were to make headway against the fire
in their front. It was hard to believe snob
desperation voluntary. It was harder to be ,
men that the courage which wttbstood and
defeated it was mortal.
The enemy gradnally drew forward his
whole line until in many places a hand to
hand coaflict raged for minutes. His artillel,
answered by ours, played upon our totems
with frightfal result, yet they did not wave
The battle was in this way evenly contested
tor a time, but at a moment when it seemed
problematical which side would gain the etc
tory, a reinforcement arrived sad lore former
In line at snob • positi n as to enfilade the
.army and teach him at Wit toe futility of
I ale ants. Disordered, r,uted, nd confused,
his •nole force retreated, read IV 11 o'clock
the battle ceased and toe matinee. of death
.uaneri. Tsis silence oantioaed meta 2p. m
atihiem'menttherebel erg's:) , from all
paint., is • omelet radiettng aroaad our ten,
-elan a terrific and concentrated tire on Com to
.tary Dill, •thell wee hand, as I berm pre .411 ,
noasli et,..: 1, by the F. event)) and beyond
nap.. Thy fl.,t of otgeoos. a hien not too
aleatee p este ne had c arkoced tueeky above, We, the •ale
were fceree,y tb,ilter than 160 Elle& of horn- i deate
ole altirlici that now, Instead of setting
tiermleealy above, descended upon our poet
iloa. The atmosphere wee thick with shot
and ehAl. the storm broke upon na so sud
denly that soldiers aad offleare—who leaped,
as it began, from their tents, or from iasy
elutes vu the grass—were stricken in their
ruing with mortal wounds and died, some
with cigars between their teeth, some with
plea' of food In their fingers, and one at
maet—a pale young Gorman, from Penneyl
- a miniature oh his ulster in his
hands, teat seemed morn moot to grasp
en artist's pencil than a musket. Horses
tell, shrieking inch awful erica as
Cooper told of, end writhing about in help
lees agony. The hoards et fences, metered
by explosion, flew in splinters through the air.
The earth, torn op in clouds, blinded the
eyes of hurrying men; and through the
branches of the trues cad among the grave
-1 stones of the cemetery a shower of deist:wi
dow crashed ceaselessly , . As ' with hundreds
of ot.hers, I groped through this tempest of
death for the shelter of the blall,an old man,
private in a company belonging to the 24th
Michigan, was struck scarcely ten feet away
by a cannon tore tbrosigh him, a:-
witting seat a low, intense cry of mortal pain
as I pray God I may never again hear. The
bill, which seemed alone devoted to this rain
of death, was clear in nearly all its unshelter
ed places within fire minutes after the fire
Oar batteries responded immediately.—
Three hours of cannonading ensued, exceed
ing in fierceness any ever known. Probably
three hundred cannon were fired slcoutuane
ously motile o'clock, when the rebel infantry
ware again seen massing In the woods front
ing ouvoentre, formed by the Picot and 800.
end °me. Gea. Daubledey's trooae met this
charge with the same hereto courage that had
so often repelled the enemy in his desperate
attempts. The charge was made spirimdly,
hiltless venomously than before. ' Oen. Webb,
commanding the 8000nd brigade, Second di
vision of the Second corpo,met the main fury
of the attack with a steady fire that served to
retard the enemy's advises for a moment.
TIM moment Wu waged by the rebel Gen.
Lug/loud ice assaying his troops behind the
fano*. Gins. Webb immediately ordered a
charge, which was made with such eerie:won
sad swiftness; and supported by such numbers
of our troop., as enabled us to partially rar
viand the enemy, and capture Gen. Arcata
teed and 3,000 of his men. The carnage
which accompanied this charge sad the terror
inspired by it were so great as to reduce num
berk of the foe to actual cowardice. They fell
upon their 'knees and fain, holding forward
;heir guns and begging for mercy, while their
escaped isereradei, panto-strioken and utterly
routed. lashed dawn across the ditches and
fences through the fleldiand through Gettys
burg. Not a refloat remained to metre another
nut. The triumph fought for daring the..
tine terrible days belonged at last to the noble
Army of the Potomac.
le re a ramirksbli feat Chet the late
seisms of horeesmarieby the rebels from the
faimts In Perms;heals sed'hlaislend has
Setned oat greatly to their rilsedistarge. The
solimals not letes,treteed to the battle field.
here bettoms le,stagtheagesble as to render
Mgr Mders eleteet, helper when attacked by .
oar eaveirj. -
or Wanks, )ItAaIrOILLT IOII CO,
"rii4Ullllo. (1114 (Mb, Jon%
t Y `y
..Isr(YricE ILERE.Ir.riGIVEN tp
- elitilicabers to' tbs . Bloc! 9( WO OSV
oro 'irstotiorrottlott Coratioar taat Ls **mut W at pt.
Ch)ool•rollet Wr PZilta t il bC b" boa
rotoi orst Um 'Wok tObsotitrod, parobtsat itio calm
tttt rtot.l)4, at Ptittottight ott LORA , . ltb,
4.4tii , dal 0f , J0iit,112.63, 1 &el ttkO ofitocatt met)
aortp d:)6 twr0t544.21 0 4 1 otiVivin Stlieed
rt . o:_iot sof the Homo • • ..
4 J. 1100 r, ELY. 90crydery.
Rt.)4168.---ii.C.:‘ mewing of the .
• Iroaarat, - 17aal tho Boat aid ,skiing
11,.101 *a...0010 alai• &lint* ot • cloit thott polo a
at Y (Polack p. m.. utttsl lytth a c 41.,
, 6UtTII, eoutetal7. •
Plt , ibareb •Jaly a. l&a 178
twists' Q. id. DlSsii's ssicl6)
Iht,tesslgh P • ;July 7. Istrs.
Bisro'se stir who bass o,u. re Dow stdk erns, fpc cue
ds.tv.ors. oT Plcii,6hosels, evader, Lisurnnsem'a
OM o.u, prdesSit stilt sooortuto as loos as prastl
'_)teat ,Lkut. Col. sad D. Q rd. 0.1,51.
ELEMVION.-41ia In6ukttoli.ers 01
tile Bew 3101 'Ruh litstletiett V. eti
.he nottaed. that art ir.footion silt 1. PelA yet.
Tseessant said Direct , ,re. t+ „eats for - the - thetitit
seer. en HON DAY. the lath del — ot..bey;nezt, its
the ogles et the Ocrapsel, Tempi eneeette t DP ,
two Stu Pommel .5(111, o'clock p.
k.. 0 Loth Vit4.,;l,i•mt.
Dist.s Au..oss,az pesasiticis to., L. .
iltudarab, Jaly B tno3.
We% timeturs.of fhb , 10•Ifforflr boontsbof Cto:
havo this MIT doctored • DlTltdood of. TM.° 4.,
LABS ADD sir. Y 0 , 1575 QM 60) pOtokaso out of
lb. ooriotop of Um lost als mouths, posblotO !Oa,
toldats at and after Monday; tho l3eh loot; fit.! •
117:ftw D. DMIC,...OOTatoi7.
1111004 POL: 131Inaoticet tluis suboziros ,
ww• En* iia - .Atoor ,Itteirtonsw to.
ss,!Auir ANA avi sio. Iriumr
r• Vivito by'Altto
W. • savanna, rehoduri, obwrgb, To.
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co,v BCC° Cflxemotien fa the can of a orld2w, or
of • rrd sad lofrw. parrot Cr puente.
I, tooooLrer'br, --- resting of ---,
carnal. tuahl, of . hereby certify
Mot I, , Way liable to mt.ltory defy en.
der than tot Coon. eh .foreorellinr b* , . , ...Licit not
:h., notional forcOr," • aPtroln't Marco 31. 181 3 ,
na. the Only ion o f & or!dor, or of --
- en aged parent,) aspen:trot en my Igor for
We, 'the arAscilb ri, do hereby certify that the
Dorn nomad ----t. the oat) , lon of widow,
ire( sod and Intlra pirsuts,) dependent on his
abor for ougert.
Pertenstly ertoptatlel Wore no, the
bee• wane! -- -.end 00 , AIMI.
ly wade ',Ate Icate 13 Curia eta
tr., to the Ige and
Note t —lt
alined by tt
waled by to
time p non If
certificates mast be
exemption, end the
noted& of remake)
r dlsialot. In whlett
before a moilistrate.
be used anty In Cillll
thetas exeseptloo Is
1 of the tenets da,
deem not apply th
property to yield sop-
Ass tot tenoning the
nth, Unmet, or the
vh.re the kb* ,
pendent on hi
Dort, old SI
or oho &anions o
Ills or her I
I, se• aul
-by .ortly thatisua
aspaadeas br suet
*We named; and
ths act of Omer , ss
to na.beal forces:'
'Lea and fel
pet en the
that I elect
for en ell
We, the .by tastily gnat the
&Wye 11•1110.,- and Intl. m and tte•
pendent co the tab.* . of ---. ----- sone f c Bayport.
Penernay eprnuavd Were me, the abort weed
.------ sad ----, mat arena?
mew, cath that the above eastall WAS *re • •
tyke, to the but of their knowledge and belief
Dated et —, this day Cll--% -"- --
bete I,—t 'ulna cerildrate mast beefy.. d by the
portal making the election, and ate ...had by two
respectable coun ty
cede of famlitse) meld ate of
the towo, county or Mouth; to widen the pumas
nerds and sworn to tido M t • utiothstrate. In in sr the
'ether Is cemasd, the mimi. to be sighed by tee
mother, sad the fact of the father's death as to be
eues,a by Sue peretme cerUthiag.
It .fay Thu certllcete Is to be stud may MOMS
tere the Tabor of the person claim hp etemetWa I.
sottially e. • Slaty for .6111turp rt of the pan 411 de.
poo4oot. an Mat The them, moo does aot apply in
.e whe o awn lo scitac.imut prOp.rty tO )fil , d IMP
port. mho the nice. ary but- me fit' 041 .thing the
"n-come con Co 1r5,.,.01 , ed 01 *pens, trifflor,l, or the
like. Walt 1 1 .
ertililmte that lb. pal n nth's to draft lis the
.., - tir.tter. of Sound or ettildrou depood.o.t on her
ati,' fm sap at.
, the oati,ortlxr, ----, it log liable to dre.t
i.., t • 11-11106 01 tt.o l'uita , , LAOS, 11., , 5by east s
moll that a inli> tea Italy broth. -----,
a , 12 a a.,ls of rt,p,, ktr , lo.r eellt r fan • or =AU
ad &ot ndout cm m, tither lor ea: p^. t
--- --.--.-- an drt.-
-mac), 'Was of --,-
---, hem', • lily that ---- who I ILO*
,• aro at age. humi y d
wither lather nor mirth r, and
depconialona his labor fm sapeort.
Foreman, apotland he' d me, the above named
------ ani —.----, amorally oath
that .he stove ceitteto..e. to correct old tett to the
hat of their knowledge and belief.
3 intim of the Femme.
Dotal at , this day et 18e- .
Note 1.- 4 12ds Plicate Is to be lewd linty---,
sheet, the Isbor the perms els mg enlace Se
ecenslly nectoetr tor the support of the 1,0 ooe de
pendent on Mai. The eteroptlen dose not epply In
oasts where there le sulholens preperty, ro ykhl mike
prri,end the Armory ballnees ma he transacted
too to hosing th Income by agent% trastMo, or the
Note it —The t rem cutifloeie matt be shush by the
reoroo t t e cl o a l h p
(he t a l d o s o o e t n f d a m th il e i e mn ee d i dboyn ttwo
the same town, county, or Mettles, wan the person
or whom exult tin le claimed.
t two members of the family of the
BLit an Moldy in the 001111001 oar
pawn liable to
flee of the Ifats
We, the to •
by ceritty teat two reeatbeni of the
(.ally sod hold of - wanly end State
stove totnt:oue ere In the soldiery ,en re of ths
Unwed emus se non. nouteeloced atom, most.
ohm% or printer.
NotonaU7 appeared Woo nut thy sum named
"G aitd matally made oath
that tha above cuttdcata °tine and trap, to the
best of flair Icoove•Sp and tale.
. Judos of the Peru.
D.tdat this—day of ne .
note L—Thli 4 only hateadiel to apply whoretbe
toestten of the tawny elaltelag eximpeers melds ta.
the see hotly.. 11117 of the aleitheri reads else
erhere.ana have semi late the Military wiles et the
Cattail atatie, ao eaemptlan on that roma sea be
Mote matliente mud he alp ed by one of
the pronto, If there be soy it not, by two reepeete-
We primal (mode of Millie) reeidente to the ease
town, county, or die riot, with the preen for whom
exemption he dielmeet.
YO EY 19.
Certificate that the person UAL to Craft Is Abe
tether or in Abair children. ender 111 yen, of erre,
defendant ea- hie labor for support
the anbearther, being lisbls to dra ft
into the swim-----, d the °WWI BM me, hereby Enke
that I as the tether of mothering,
chili—, wider Hyena okep, and dependent on my
labor tor support..
wo, St,* =Webers. --- sad tros.
dem, ourall, Saw ot
bsr.by osol7 --- is fallow 01
motberdess etd.drairmaar 12 Persil sp, aud
dapsadans on bbl labor um smart, • • •
PersonaUp appeared before Miss the above. naredd.,
bad---, sat serusiiir ma. o ath
*bet tae . bun tertllcate earrest ea tnse to the
bet et their kaowbsige sad bath!
JOlllOll et the Yaw.
, Doted this
• hos The Snit =tactile must to sigoee by the
woe Web:slag exessydea„ sad tbe peound by tiro
.espeetable yawns (lends 'of letelthe) residents ts ,
theoremic toss. misty. or dletztet, with especial
tar ascot exeseptlas to massed. ,
041115100.11 tot esemptlot as stomata! stielti.
'tote a---,bevtag 'been amidst sailer, the
lauldgksta of an set a ticestrali eetee .brelb Sod
sil west MO " I.apstroind
1111,Se liable to . pep Ibra military duty Is the or.
•Itsoethelhetud ensue, estsby te,u . y tgai I lila
ler.Yeeldetla MOIL WIWI/7f and OW *ll'9l.
i. lattell Matti_ • '
unit le t at-7:- pits ap. . ,
Wig Ind dof
he toosco - got', So( kitato oOL-To moouosoci,
of tot too ob stosmioot of
me , oco.root sod fro* t Otto ' but of oar linoirlodo
+2311 boliot. •‘ -
' PoysintaUi 'irptr.tind Wore me, tie Our* Dam.d
amk,osk74 that um at.97•Vagoak‘s Iwo *and owl
6c12.0 to the ke+wot than knowlsdip "ad toilet.
p•tafrat this.... 4 7.f --r - r ' .
Nolo L-4 he ob. talosto In .r.gool to ago N. to 01l
came When p.a. tt 6.1•4" to Do blued Sri the poluto
of the prom olamtag ofmufuloo. and no ...POO
IMAM .P.0 14 •Oli• to• ,r•solotgoeta oro to tra Moor&
to. lb. bloat soaps to tb. ceittfloato tobtaloototfa .
agi of-t. per ou„ to to 142114 d as tal•airm '
ilf•t &lam ..tomattyworri" . yams of fie. •
1631, 5. alp Num sia!at- nye scut of op, ‘4,ZD
simian." . •
Tot' I am , rOwn•frra • pion o -
conil.Ag to the 1•4 •lu thb coo. • - • •
not. I—la mitt. ccsl***la 0 01 . 10 1 Pol
o, flu dot of ago must be outlaw. lo bs • two
nopeatabl• pttrota %beads of tauf 414) lift4felt ' Iff
cw some town. county, of district, of al It* Wean
.la, *Wilt Wm Oft to. 041.44 *ad 10 .. 211 4 . e1•
WIWI- of Pwairet B !ir LfitohUnfl, 40-. a be
"7 ittanoilingsrt sn4 OntolinitY;( o ! InnOthlr,
BtWtce frir the. ni4veeny fitTINT. appall,* Pity.
eenign.is the t onniy ,of Allegbiny, bevy this de,
de(nedid* Dividend daleiDoltet ant •Uteen; °esti
on *Ent Were al. the,ooll•Lfteek .01 Ake ennesnear.
Which - Flli,bh seki,to IttoOkhalawa theirlo
reinelentietWeii nu Wa _
ter ,“` "
; 11711110111111102 Q, Tamura; -
...; 1, ~.. ~ Ortsci Awasurt.Visin 11.; S. co
~. tablas Joao Mi. -
TaillAkittlAl4 Og i no
thiriontok4 Oda scou - i• - __6l l l 7aVt ist. lea;
vOl es pila millisitits4,AßlANl Mai a sae Om*
arid tia-oity aft pituaiorili.l ribeliebtliatigoolll
!P*: gib MI der iiisma 114 uFi v irtkpire
tlsa?!..tar,P4Fil4' ...t - - ' 44.4 1r - e i:t
lily ' ... CVORIL,
IBrir rar , ''ll / 1 6 "ttOOki
tlta littalouslt & AMON) , illaidwazol
Ilatdalaaok)aar bomb/ wallliod alolth
r SOII*SI,OIISONA• I SIISat, lalos
Mika mato of th lam ma soottba,paltrtal
with. Tilsll 5. 1155111,1., Thatafor.
rzovoss MAMMAL GIIIIIIIIAS 1,172C1,
Wsaideigton, D. 0., .Itnie ilk UM.
ClRtallsA It NO. 33—ts.M*131.d.
TIONN IN REGARD TO bIIBSTITTIM.
Lt. A ley pence enrolled and drafted may, at any
time, 011 or before the time sr which tie L. ordered to
row • rendezvous, obtain and preeent to the
Beard of Rural:mat of the Distrirt to which he m
aths, • substitute.
2d. The subitt Lute must be in may respect suitable
r the m Jittery servios, which shall detennined by
Lard In the manes/ Piolicilboa brat ,
3d. every substitute. after befog examined and
approved by the Eni Mang Board, shall sabot in the
eorvice of the United Stmts. (Form 40 )
4th. And witm he that/ Aare so salistes, and report
ed to the Parma* tdanhal let dsty. the Board shall
give the pane=' who boa Washed the sub.tittite •
mettlicate of soamsdan (according to F.= 31, in
Rogulittions for the Government of the Bruton of the
Prorost Jrarattailienersla witting foeth that the pa*
son is *not properly subject to do military duty der•
tug the time for width he was draf.ed. * o by
ressomof qamair fiststshed as accepta b t. subs' idle! .•
Mb. Every substlinta, who 'bateau's* enlisted and
reported to the Provost Imuskod, shall be held sub
jam to en pains mid penalties for desertion or other
°genres in the mins manner as other midterm, and
therm:in who has fund.had the sublettint shall nos
be maponsible for .kte este of the substitute, commit
ted alter he shall have euGhted and reported to the
Provost Marshal kivinty, se required by the premed
t h oWd of Itiorollnient will sinpeildissMor,
ARM a drill haa been Mae. illot dig b thNes
sea Mon on sews des, u p to the unto when the
drifted men are ordered to report at • rendezvous,
hear propositions for substitutes, and examine per
ms so offering.
All persona who may be drafted, and who de
sire to premet substitutes. Mull give swam h. wither
to the Dowd of Enrollment that co sea o dos they
will present • substitute, givinghis name, matelots%
ego, and smiting whether as•as so alien or canes.
• • • 0 • o o o o
tlabatitatts, attar being aallated, az* to to
amtiderid as, in ell rapeata,ma the sun tooting
with other sotden, notivtag the alma boontlta, ray
sod a ll owance', and 'tamable so the mama
thins and JsZUG3 B. TRV IuI6. ,
tytildaler ?moat lass 'hal General.
ce of the Naos.
U. b. WAN tam an.
ler monad w coationo to roosti• entoollytittw
for the 6.20 tax Per Oen& Bonds, WM the let of
August next. AH Agent, who hone been WM; will
phew matinee watt the ebore date.
y LOllll Agent!
At nann Bort • 4.70.%
fIOLUOI of Third and Wood swan, Pittoburilt•
PinrMiPi'77-T7F4Ti , , v)
gan:TUNED ORPHAN& COURT
, A i.L.—HOIIeIa AIM LOT OH WAIN'S ST
—By virtue of as order of the Orphans' Wart of BT
1 pen, O.unty, there wilt be =posed to WO°
Eats, on tne pronuos, on Wayne street, la the City
of PittoOttris, ou THURSDAY, July 30, 1863, at 10
o'clwric a. at. ea the portly of John Darts, Ward,
• 11 that oereatrak ot ground sitaate on the corner
of Way= street and Jackson alley, to Ono 0,t7 ot
Ylttsharet, =Mg a man of It Not 6 Inches on
ay= wort, ant lottending•book along Jackson
all., 90 hot ; being No. a Inn plan Of lots lAA out b 7
Ben. /rands DAMN, tocCo don In Deed Book =I.
,age 169, d the MOO 'Won WY IMMO] by Bev.
hands Itor.On Voogd John Ousts. Coo d, by delli
d-ted ilinnory 1633,, recorded In Deed Donk
13 pre 58 , en which is erected • two story brick
dwelling home. Terms cob._
JOILII 'owns, zmaton
too tanker partlcadanyweire of O. Munson&
UO3 • Attorney Lc Peuttoner, Ho. 166 Youth sk
r Alrcau.ars, lib ret
T. WALLAS DAY,
O.IISZBAL 4209/1111:4111119T *GIST,
No. 103 Fifa; Et, (Mn door balm Ow Ckaasodord.
ill To=dad S Ada', who hats bean to the mill
, s 7 or guest Gawks, a • eutt-bd to =too 00 nty
na 00111..00.. •• 11 other' who bays sett." two
y.m are deo mita ed to the $lOO 0000'7 6.14153'
dium•red by re•sook of Wawa., • • en .1.1. d to
ottdow• or • Mtn OM. ale et are •I• 15(/
toe tarok. Sr. eettata to potation. st.4l the Lb"
0000ty, so, so
se' ma, of story desetiptloo, promptly st
tond.d t. 2•001111Tio 1:11•14e to on, oar. Ilan it.
•it . la ro,lectat. 1)9.1y lie
BOOTS, MOBS AND GAIIIIRS,
Masonic Hall Auction House,
I ATBANAL KAY BUN UN.
11. P. AllatiMISVI arr. cz, I: •
106 Vonsibht.,,Pittalstrgb. Bth, 1885
I.IIOOILLTLX.—AII pram Maraud wih take
'male. that It Is seaman Usk _go Mon of Imams
Tan'toddle" node ant I.4saaausb'and tassel la
the bands of tbs assistant A/Seenall la WU rare'
UT* dilatiall. The Intone ISX Till be made out by
thweisistsat Ailmsers those who 44 to comply,
sad the pasally bbabea.
arts! A WILSNIB, Mawr,
09 Melt*, Dt.trlat,
N '' .lll AILY EN that
bans smoked Obi Poster bt /Wormy sibs*.
sod by me is Lobo - L. Won Kuldiessz.
Raw amity, Psonsybraals, dila as the lath day
el batobsr, 11441.4 all peons bre hereby notided
not's* demi Vito the add EIsTsSI an s 7 1000 tUA.
'as ay scoot. - ' - o. W. TINT.
Batisks-July 1,10.3 t
240 IS. .011114SMS ;
11.._ b f. i. ; L I li llin etn ii i tbrri. dari;
char ap Omagh To stiff%
40 bbbh - Applay, cupdzied. prism:
For igo at km vim, by
WIBB i WILICLIIIION, —
saWliaitilitfor Undo and Itettned
PJ Prirdom. AA unelostaillar 000losla•
- D son
DUOS lAKICK JILL, wartant.
64 ' ilandani - l 'zirD b zi. aen
••• • a) at.llll Warm arsa.
I-lA"othe.-151 bble; ` N o.I;
am Intl . na flu ale 11:
09 sad 10 Water atm&
atig&SN-40 bble prime Utensil on
NA 21,1 awf infool•
. - , aoo 101T~ mind.
rralill.)l4lll+T.4 limns 'who are drift.
`oto ion*/ to letoliptioa tor. ono,'
101 l logo to tto Ootrosiptiout Allot Montil6lolt.
or Wm) Ida to built' tadV the at . Monad SSA
Joint allpoustst IWO Otorta - to looms • ootottlaue
to too toltpisoololeiliesor. la Sol It totook
odnautto to nil on sho, so S. oat lolly tespond vSlt
Shots, 10. , , NOSSINGS.
Ho. IN joust strost;Ooor lkotttliold mod. •'.
.Tetwima by sof~d for woliaolo; good for
say airothroOfOo PO!** Pa renVA T re
• «Ai:, Vatasal ittistAL.
, j lGale
ir "rind itisairlilUti. Nip - S. 'Copt.
Jr. 11. , AIegWWSIOU losisett.theabuto dom.
iP•OO 6 NR* WO* DollOth WOW; d ot
lac trolois or pomp tool 4 so Ipooot
toy -Jo turiPLACIa. moat
PC V1C.310.11,11 /1".041.16&11 , , (040.
parobare-too- chola lota or groom& mock 10 het
170)7A AptisallATlgill Amos 1)7117 dap.
4 111:4709117117STA in St Warta*.
mat% house of 8 or
nwr -4 4. 4 airy
,1° " 4 ". al r•,t.. K
tylia..lollo.4Al bt& piano Unsung;
'th !to,* b ' e •t al. " cuss. a =aunt.
et Nealtidbery dad.
Litf 81.40 A: a•ND
Trakklintiesit for eollrortntotko Storm at ski
KOPOik bUte2lllll.o/ JILITVIIIBOI3I COAL
mg Manias,oltbLO.Wr4 11.0 e) 81110/1111§
9.r: LEAL It= bits aim! stitte - 0111.• alike ikon.
pony. WU tho 15sii OLT. toot:, Stir OW; lark
sod Lim to no dish eistlimettikaleoradot took
tlans sad Limb alaplitionalotal! to append of
ml of&otiltka Cal and nook to'
Imo VI pawky , : -
_ Payininito, to , bs nolo Mee* iittabilsof 10 pie
amt. oo Wear, Ike kmalkerisien of aritracs.
' pro to Is otorsies . tie 111011. lIAZXWILL,
111%,ftliklhot dilooooopion sad sulloood .Ito.
Dodo_ Ins t or toe- Use so *saw
may tor. — JAM= Tliotisell'i Nnitnier.
olkooef Pltkibarypi Goo 4304 1503.
rpo StURPBIII3.- OF • FREGIELT 'UP
.2. TIM ,11.12212111121 AITEIL-1112
Tooktiddi lutetium& orniagooduts to rea l =
idood2A of 1242212 Boots elf duo 42,2k0dy
brtwa IFllOstuuteoal etiro 7114,12 CallaeCtiOa
.11222.22 Irolky,balli goods titsthol
thosordats will tof twastmod *Mitt voiles
di the L. V. ldepoti az Pate skeet, and tot.
wards/ado t Roptiodtr. owl dopatcb, stooatomay.
- , WBIGIBT;
• • ..22 212. -- • he Ix
it . VLAYMINGAM AUCTION
:44 - lor XsairTllllllBDAT NY*lO
- wags Ilk iii $ **Ai mallow at
thdlloodetilaAltaledtladdo•ll6 - 20* , la'
. i . • .okdidaia' ,
' Ma . . tilmittadada
laltadltai ''.lt w 1 ilt° '
rupglindlia• . ' llatadatulort t • Ulla'
IN WHO an aaltrlll um, ani • w te told
.r 1111" .111) rERTIR
Comirameici THISIODAN. lcl7 1 GO, pd ending
55 FIFTH BTBBBT.
To 4 8 111GRIALL,11ti t.,
Important and reremptory nal Illy trade Wes of
Ix TES CITY 07 silooniax, L L,
DlTtliei nth, *-,0.1
JAnics a. pax r. •0 la
Will all by
_Aactbso, at Ws Wan... .0, =nor Bar '
moue sad Wllloughby.stoota E., „win, L. I. OK i
(nay. Tborsday &Meg tbo moo the oaths no'
Boa of hi, otauttlactory.' east,.., dog .:, um.
DAT, Judy 160, Vin, at 11 seel.elt o wbon be oral
Our a fall 1100 of
FUR AND WOOL HATE,
Of awry issmiptiod, In lob tohatt ruchusts. la
oelllng thaattentke of the trade to the alxree an
nouncement, the =Unlined bop to state that to
the Wes for this mewl the same prirsaiplas th t hese
chsracterned those of the past wild be wily
wined. Taffy will not only embrace Ids entire pre..
dacton, bat this, of other bastifenmes at well.
Among reptitation.thos esoaring to each tab andel
sad complete assortment et Mimi adapted to the
Orden will be roomed tem thin not able to at.
said, and will be tilled eatiateetorgy.
the Hate will be prepaid for =pectin by Han.
blue on thomondng of the ails..
-The satire olferinge edit be told without sums.
/ABM H. P111021.41i. Auctionem
tier owaiDakints of Hets, Batters' Tetumbp.
sae Straw "1/00di. are solicited, and will be sold ea
faverab e terns.
•NAVNK KNOWN %V VAIL I
TUG 110iiM ' 111121 Win 101
DYSNNTNIT. DIABBILIA, PLUM. OHM=
DOBBIN/ AND MINIM COMPLAINT.
The Laminae sales testify to the multi of this
The numerous &fly rriorte of salmaletting cane
idiot be Taw.
It bee edventsgoi oar soy saw noway, at owe
owing the diem% Sad imputing tone sad etrogth -
Lhe geom. I
sib sad hantdell tome bthat; s$ palmed hi •
the oda% ease.
Ts the eollter, modally, It i11111119.11=,
appropriately tamed by them. In mazy
The Soldiers' H'riendr
• Mothers tad It superlce to iney soothing arty far
oblides* toads& treed from the Worker Whim= or
biItOOTIIM. ere" rest to the anthem by mantes
Bold by ropy:tato dram ersirrhere
BBrPr:o. MIS A soma
A ALYtllq ..
altlll/11A o w mu .
Pas .2.111011 We.
iiitp L 11.1
Tiefinj aotepod the LobLp tn. the isle of the
sea rus uLs.t, mined neer IL Lade, no.. I ta•
nto ea. atteatioo of Lbw ibet et.-1 tasoutactarere
to the An.l)ele gla , u swirl, ea vpo , ted bp how
L. . Ham of Boetue. mad 7.0. 13ooth. Medd.
phte, which, together with the lint of actual expel.
sem by maaubMarere to Pitsabarah. Cane bused
end bt. Lode. determisms It to bt t i e mullet and
most valuable C kliOln4 whether rent P or
&maim Pots mee• trots. it have stood to the
Glees rumen tram 6) to meth. iDe brusiyele is of - tee Clay; se -trims from the
oda% witsout say .mmidat preyeastloa what.
em. It venom gust' edbadmassa see et
wealth'. which are not stoma by the anb i srs=
hub admit of the admixtere or a law pre/RAM
al duel or barbel olo.Y.
I ot now_ pmeassd to on Orders gm the Moe
Cloy. be ebtPled train Lt: bode or Minted hetes
No. 121 BIOOND ET3UT,
teMgeot and good looktog yomeg moldier of
Washington counV, desires to oorrean with moms
Gtr young damn' of tho skansid county, with
view to tap, mem, tristiddilm or Maything to relives
the monotony 015 moldier's lib tous matrimony. 14.
dress, With nal nano, JAMB A. IIIIAUXOnT. 0.,
A, 100th Fs. Yob., ath Army Oarys, Department me
the Ohio. o beinniarded.l Oat
WANTERO • itaml—Wowant
v Meats at SOO math, =puss Isida tma mtr
car Janata , " Poway Wok; Down, and
able now, meal sad curio* aft tlas& lis di.
cabin patine. /ahem,
lisSeasif met SHAW ' 4! CLAIM Blddatordl.
I ANTICD -47b , A mom I—l Wont to
tdn Alvattu miry ' amity id $75 a inaily
=Whim Pad; to son LIM , * l s la webs
Arll.lssswer • Alfred, Yates.
....4W :F L:It.• opened for the '.4!
Sts pilaw mum ... _ - - ____ ..;
acomsoodata of agtois thil7e -1-owt or lam — tv,.
N/llLT,Aad_will he kept era Willa of adobes. ~....
•1 4 ite Hotel winks maw the chap of expaisand a
iimatini. madman asilaagemeat hos been made be :A
ono sours tuuMWou to goats. 4
'The liallbal .11ailreall will be oampitted Ina ant i
dap to Mount Balsa Station, dx and ow half Naas --
Ira of Ballad, snot from thst point psessazess ea
bo ootauyed to the Brags in Ara dais haste sad
it Z k ple errsaaaawas bait bees nude to imppkr '4
drat* and lataiduai with:: Wind Wa ....L..... ter to
slaildad cake, at the 'Mowing air, at the tti
Jot ball berrelAwaspir ..
plkaa......Bin " S .
w barn% (o 40 —.- - .1 191 . . ..,
w half baud, (oak, ID 'ealai ... " . u..-.:......... 9 la. -- 1
Ali adage eddrssesd to I. L. ABDIBISON. Bed. f 1...
dad. ittwaptil dial; sat antis net to say 'past of ~:„,Z
the ermatcy. It is &shuttle that. pastimes dim* 4
Boas should be him lbs. suiting barna. ,
Pomo wilting soum, es say twormation waossa.
fag UM Bpsiaas, will_pleass addnes, uTfin HO.
flaliTake - 07 DELMOBB. liPB1.1100." v..
PUOTOGRAPIII R 0021114
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Oland td delta, over Itieliattletat's Jewelry Stated t:
PiOTOWtArOs it 176 istge . oFid It)* Plata
Waal hole the pobalar Cute de Vette to OWNS b •
gin} Lib En?
ItzdlttllMlLlMOlotoeld pittioalorly all Os
b iontbos ot thionia‘Aint_ortost WWI ooirr •
b l 4 l7 . ce ,Pal.o 4 P lig i m ra , Wet nigkid b 1•
ale dmiiitexi a sHlti,2 _•- _
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9 001 iN titu allita001‘.411-litillittlatt!Bir
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misliestna: sift pore; Beast at B aker ' s .
tat 1mpii,1,174 Onrbetcritz - •
liMtd so u - yrdi ft , paimhitm.
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tipidni e.'wotrr;tok. muu *atm
6. V11611)169•6.6., Tlxja*Wi win mom
, watavessa Alwa
Pittsbar&b, Joli. 186.16%4'. kilda