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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 17
01.7 1 ! APIAIIIB.
or 01710141./. PAP/1 OP THI CWT.
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The Draft'in tag 22d Distriet—Ap
plicattons for Exemption.
Today (Friday) will be &Toted exclusive
ly to hearing applications for exemption (on
ether groulda than disability) from the First,
Eteeond, Third and Fourth Wards of the city
The Draft is the 23d District.
We continuo from our outside the publica
tion of the names of those parsons who have
bean drafted from Bailor count,. To-day tho
Board will &vow of Armstrong county,
which finishes the draft In the 29d District
h; Lavi Barr,-
0 J. B. Bi lliard,
41 jams Ko. Dunlap,
fi • Adam O. Wilson i ___
Banks K. Irwin,
J. M. unmstings,
Samuel P. Milford,
Asa W. Waddle,
itonas otrwranip ar
J. R. MbMon,
Remy Ports. .
Thos. B. Sadwiok,
Samuel 11. Know,
Gear W. Shaw,
Walter G. Dilimn,
Thos. S. Bartley,
Daniel - Chambers,
Bead the following, from yesterday's Ant,
and se* what has been lost to tiler:suss by the
tidbits to.draw- the slip bearing the leper- .
soription of John 0. Dunn
41 Tho home guard displays and parades an
Past; no moss holiday bullion is required ;
• the cemp i the Mild, the fight becomes us now:
Bad we bon drafted—we hare an idea of go
ing as it le—so earthly consideration would
Eon isrovented our responding to the call.
Although not of a sanguinary temperament,
boring so tuts for nista innureotione and
the massacre . at women and children, because
. they limo in the Bpntb, still, - the great pisti
-1 ple isivelved in our struggle for nations& unity
' would hare oompolled us to have throne our
bonnet to the brans. But our mock military
-neighbor hi/ none of our glowing patriotism,
and no abolitionist as hare. In the canon
languap of the GaaWYtni might as well
look for!' wool upon a pig's MU," as for true
usage In n genuine, abolition Union
Lagoa, dyedin the wool."
The thought that Joba's "glowing patri
otism" is yet likely to be wasted upon the
readers of the Post and ambers of the Demo.
arstki Club generally, oppresses u.
• 1. 4
Mesurrimg the Draft.
Capt. Poster, Provost Marshal, gives pub
lie nodes that the provisions of the act of
Congress In reprd to misting the draft, will
be rigidly enforced In this district. The thir
ty-Ma section of said set provides that if
- say person shall read any draft of men en
rolled under this act into the service of the
Ilsitod States, or shall cosend, or aid any per
son to resist any sash daft, or shall assault
or obstruct any Geiser In making such draft,
or in the performance of any service In rels
tion thurato, or shall counsel any person to
assault oz obstruct any such °Meer, or shill
lowa ay drafted use nos to o pear at the
plan of rendesvons, or 'dimity diwroda stser
from tie prformonte of hbay duty, as re
quired by law, such person shall be subjoet to
summary arrest by the .1 , Marshal, and
Imp' in condeemsat until the draft is oomplo-
Sod, sitar which he shall be delivered to this
dull authorities, andi upon conviction there
of bo punished by a jibs not winkling ;AO
limadrod dollars, or Ins_ iisprisolasad cot ea
'itoiallod taro rars, or by both of said punish.
A Waned 14a Clouted With Perjury
Among those dratted from theitighth Ward
was Wm. Jaime'' a rOlibig mill hand raid
ing in Pipet° wn. He apparel before tha ,
1011=011$ Baud, sad apo n making oath that
he was over thirty-die ran et ate, his name
was stricken at. fltatemento haws robsoquont
ly beer made whisk go to chow that /seis
ms Is WSW jean : younger than he dame
W be, and PrOTOSt Marshal Poster has pre
tested At charge •ot painly against: him.
BMW the Sas tats aft as &bpi, Jaokoon
win he smisly dealt with: ..The charge , is
made before John H. Bailey,Esq., United
43 Wei , tbnitaitsdcw, ant thst - mewed will
bare a bearing WI aternool at throw o'clock.
.ron AnatOrr.;.-Yr;* J. W. Pittook,
opposite the post otos, and Yr..W. A. Glii
olenionnoy 45 DMA strew, have reostrod
Godey's .Gdy's Book for Utast. TM usual
attmetive leattusi, including sited-plata en.
graving, colored fashion plate, (doable-peg%)
dwarloas other illeitratioss, will be bane
)his insaber-•witiolt also contains among a
host pt• otkar contribution in the Utarary
Iles, a pima by
and liiss Dickenson, tbo igitusi
pattiotia young lady who km shstia
giddied iterseli••So greatly se a isetaMr.
Ti Ifsarisr.-..The'farsueri ars stow EL
,- gird ia seeurtag *sir 'crops, of which we
~Mee Use Kest, favlreable - reports. Though
eilkeeteiry in the - straw, as fast you, the
•,' Kw gad! is well tiled sad Swap. :11fotwith
e , sessullag the droaght of Kay sat Julie, the
coggiala sag barley will be as average stop.
-- • - , TbsafeKtripp.hido Kir to be oats of great ex.
gas k be
tint , Aadzsitfiltitiotha, ware dimm
ed yeettedsy: itesesson, is the
s South Pittabugk. - Tim Ten
ways, sad:Mr. Btitaassa
lad drives tato tke deer to wafer then: Vas
of the horses shambled when' in deep' water, -
said drew the mbar dors with its and Odors
they Gould be extetesta from t he Ups,
lath wen drowaN.
Craymonoi.—la Ake Palladian' at mai^
taxa q the a Pittabarg,k Buda* Gowan.
arOr *mind la whMh 00E740
iffard aoillusi an the ausaipttais
viols to the Ara Wad. iambi Am pad,
is saw bum ow Plasautli. For D. luta-
„saw Ina All, *Duman; seeo PO."
Diaz or Ls OLD likunas.—Danlet Or&.
mei iisoldler of the war at 1812, died d t,
.nos fa Sollidusbast, of iN Ast
010000ilso11 Aar. ta nee, Paapillsi
formr. isa_bs had M ritwoe. aad Ibiatlmi tar
Ave sesta pa 00111.
4M :-~.~j::r. %.
J. Ma. Hilliard,
Perry ; Do Heart,
S. B. Sloan,
Thomas Jolly, jr.
John P. Dairy,
C. P. Atwell,
David H. 7aok.
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AMU W. Jones,
Adam D. Thomas,
James M. Shepard,
Samuel O. Turner,
David P. Kelly,
Qvisol A. Redick,
John 0. Shryoolt,
Thal. 8. Planting,
John 8. Ward,
John H. Pomo,
` Oa Book Tibia.,
Palllol Tailla V= Wife. &Witham 31:4 2, 143h ,
time elating ?Ma and Deerptionswith tag
Glade ewer Inwated, With fissvnty snare UM
By the Author of "The Book of live Hundred
Pussies? Ste— Ito. New 'York t Dick* Vltegerskt.
Pl ,l stmOt far ale by Henry Mina, Tittli street.
130 pp. lYma Pries, 38 heath
For those whose tastes lead them to seek re.
lazalSen, when the 'more salons occupations
of the day are our, in ingenious and saluting
rases, this little Toluene promises most MS
cleat help. It contains Woks with cards
perfamed by ablated nualpubstien and sleight
of hand; by the aid of mastery, mental cal
culation and the peculiar arrangement of the
cards; by the aid of confederacy and steer
audacity; also tricks performed by the aid of
lambus apparatus and prepared cards.
Of ours, there are many who will And in
these "aide" a great fend of amusement for
Tn. Boon or 600 Comore Puittne : Containing a
Lugs Collection of Intertaining Paradoxes, Per
ghtgi.Deceptlon, F i zab i re. an r
dabbl e " "The s:iit Olt," ..The Magl o olues . Own
Book ,“ "Vector Gems; and "Parlor Tbeatriols."
etc. JD/sanded witha great variet of Engravings.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald. Pittsburgh: tor
male by Homy Miner, Fifth amt. 1160. Mao.
Price 55 cents.
Le above title so fully nts forth thenatun
of the book to which it is prefixed, thit any
further explanation on this head would be
superfluous. It nay be said of the book, that
It contain enough carious and amusing mat
ter, or material, to urn as an antidote to
nos; for an Indefinite period.
Gauss Carom; or, The Sim Gray Zorn.: By
Mrs. Henry Wood, Author of" Zest Lyme; or,
The Parlb I:laughter ;" Km Halllburton'e Trou
ble.," go., itro. Price WI cents. Dd Pitmen
old, Now York, H. Dibuir, Pittsbu rggh.
There is a duel of dramatio cosstruotion in
this story ; by which we mean that the tale is
told by inoldent and the conversation of
eharecters, rather thanby explanation on the
part of the author. The tree character of its
hero is developed bit by bit. It seems Ilke
the accurate report of a great trial, In which
the witnesses are examined and crou.exam
ined by skillful lawyers and the truth Is
brought out by tact and knowledge of human
nature. The inferior diameters, if we may
term tkem so, when all are so soonrately
drawn, are anaged with a deal of skill, and
no one Is obtruded so as to detract from the in
terest of the narrative. The volume will
have 'a ready sale from the reputation of its
author, mantels it through its own merits.
The imam of deaths in this city, from
July CI to July 13th, as reported by Dr.' A.
G. fddilaudleu, physician to the Board of
Health, Is aa follows :
romaloo--.14 Colored.. 1
Disemses—Unknown, 1; consumption, 2 ;
mariatina, 2; still-born, 1; diarrhoea, 3; ne
phritis, I; phthisis, 2; pnestmonis 2; whoop
ing Gough, 2; gastric fever, 1; me ningitis, 1;
dysentery. 2; chronic diarrhoea, 1; brain fo
rm, 1; cholera lutanist= 1; djptheria, 1;
congestion of brain; iodammation of the
brain; sarofula, I; cerebral diseus, I.
Of the above there were : Adults, 6 ;
Acennser—A man named Frank Bethel,
residing on the corm of Webster and Craw
ford streets, bed one of his legs badly frog
tared yesterday evening by being run over by
a passenger railway ear on Wylie street. It
appears that he took a seat in the car, and
the driver calling upon him for his fare, he
reamed to pay It, Bethel being considerably
under the influence of liquor. The driver
put him off in railer forcible style, he falling
with one limb on the track, the oar running
over it. The injured man was taken to the
office of Dr. Hopper, who reduiad the hea
Dana or • Mourria.—Her. Robert Mo-
Outeheon, an aged. minister of the M. H.
Church, died at Hollidaysburg, on the 10th
inst., in the eighty-Ant year of his age. He
was a member of the Masonic fraternity.
SPECIAL LOCAL 140TICES
6i0t112 . 4131:0 BALM'S Eiairtio liaoateß, for
&talky and manafeettuning purposes, are the
A. P. CHATONT, General Agent,
No. 18 Fifth street.
Tiouas Paw, Plain and Orusawnuit Slaw
Rooks, and denier in Pennsylvania and Ver
mont slate of the best quality at low rates.
Chloe at Alai. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsborgh,Pe. apS:Om
Moms Oa: an Ellin Stoat AT Con.—
Sorel Graham, merohsitt tailor, is selling off
his Spring and Bummer stook of goods at cost.
They consist of all the latest silks of cloths,
casstmeres and vesting', of whisk ha is pro
posed to make up In Um most fashionable
manner, and at oat prise. The public should
not ',gloat to avail Um:warms of this rare
shams and save mousy by giving him an
Also, a large essortmaat of plain and fang
ossahneres, well Gupta' for boys' wear, which
he will sell by the pieta far Wow omit.
Mothers should not negloct to call early.
Base& Meroltant Tailor
No. 54 Market street
Arnsutorr, Itannuinn Voicrimus f—Tho
attention of our mminy's bravo defenders m
eantly retuned from Ae seat of war e and of
the publie innrs!, is Mid; directed to the
may aztrosim and handsome assortment of
the latest - styles of bench, English and
Amain& *es gash, for panto, oosta and
Teets. lately ramised by Wars. John Weiss
k Co. Merchant Tailors, So. 126 Federal
sine; AlMithev. A tasteful osbution of
gastleaum's furnishing goods wiSnlie - slways
be found on the shelve. of lb. eebilliihment,
together , with alot of ready-lade clothing,
got up in UM best mummer.
Nsw Azarvat or Gummi Otormaita.—Of
ten we are asked, when can we buy a neat
and comfortable summer Butt, made to order,
thus having the slam of selecting our own
goods? To all these inquiries we monomer,
go to Messrs. W. H. Wage .k Co., corner of
Federal street and Diamond Suture, JOWLa
ny, and you will suited seconding to your
mate. They have just mashed their mama
goods, and for 'legume of styles they cannot
be surparsed, and for fitness they are the very
plummy as heir work is all done nadir their
own supervision. Give them a call, and you
cannot fail to be eatided. , .
Ciur Dinnriwr.—At the Dental Insti
tute, No.. 111; Perm sizes! , sets of Broth for
foul dollars, better than those at Ave dollars
stlhe other &atoll utablidunests. All per
sons ars - requited to• WI at the Institute
after having aseertaisedthe lowest prises at
the other cheap pins... All work dose at
the Tastitste is guaranteed npuior to say
cheap Dentistry in the city.
A Pam Nita or Hare.—Re.. J. H. Con.
nal, N. T. city, says is a Was " I procu
red Xi.. 8. A. Alba'. wood'. Hair Restorer
Aid Zylobaliamam for a :Motive. am hap
py to say.it prnintad No failing off of the
heir, and motored It; nom king gray, to is
natural stony and lwastifal
sailor dramitstllnvywhoro. Depot, 198
ilitnitdokotroot, New Torn: ' dew
Nokas Dump - I[ss,-11. O. itisekroU,
Attorsoy_st Lewfr Ads, U 4 Fifth stood, next
door to NoTlemfoilaiattOs Koisti s VIII attend
to thS' btudaao of prossifitg do &tow of
drafted am for sousption. Yr. I's. Imp
sad outostufal merinos Is all kinds of sot.
dtWo *kW, Itslibs ray way to attend
- to tido lnufloW` . ' .
Boinntooyour own health, do not
tnsat to Owing" - sapplhe f-Oluders,libeer
and Bowel twonplalat will follow yoar
set lndlsorstlolu' • .114k•way i e Bile Clad Q.S.
WM should be la entry saaa's knapssek. Th.
British. and Track troops use no other mad
edam- Oily 26 esass per box at pot. 216
&saki io 'loraEst HOLDOII I Again Asia
:Ms-omm rolistirs or al
imam to 'torso or desolliap, noir roofs, or
mow*/ also is tho earpontor Ilitlosall at
coWeft :Own* , Blow Thais allot,
aerie:WAWA streets. MI oases prompft .
thisitsos lad CAMAS' Oiraatrill to tikes
at ilt• C . 1 .21 1 .01, 01211111ilio..411111Asft street,
.44* AU:vim lico sboTo
pionpUy aitootei A l .l egfir
omit* seAl s a at. . Cat
Q. Eltadhltlith steri e attest 1*
Ni Inisimogii , 4 .Mit onlimistoo.
lost iztalt4bia (rasa the dvan s can at isy
frniambel the plow
WILL S. ntriiis, Ile. 100 NUM stmt.
'111.124 dace War ClWand.
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPEOLU, RISPATCRES:'
Epeeist Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gavotte.
WAIIII/ZOTON, July 16, 1863
Tan EICIONIIOIIIB4IOI THILOI7OII 611113AJIDOAS
The cavalry and artillery force, ordered two
days sines by Gen: Heintzleg= to make a
reconnoissance through Shenandoah Valley,
returned yesterday evening. The command
er, Col. Lowell, found very few rebels in the
valley. He diseocered that Ashby's Gap was
held by between three and four hundred reb
els. He charged among them and drove them
out, and held the place, capturing & rebel Ad
jutant General, several other officers and pri
Gentlemen from the army report that Lee's
army is too much beat out to go further, and
is massed between Williamsport and Mar
tinsburg, upon the main road, through the
latter place to Winchester. Its trains sue
rapidly moving down the Talley. Oar cav
alry are in pursuit with open orders.
orPICIAL DISPATCH FILIAL 011. Guarani.
The following has been received at the
headquarters of the army :
lIXADQUARTIRS Darks:run er van Botrri,l .
Morris Island, B. 0., Jai y
To Major General H. W. Salida
I have the honor to report that at f. o'clock
on the morning of the 10th hulk, I med. an
attaok on the enemy's fortified position on the
`south end or Morris Island, and, after an en
gagement lasting three hours and a quarter,
captured all hie strongholds en that part of
the island, and pushed forward my infantry
within six handled yards of Fort Wagner.
We now hold all the island, except about
one mile on the north end, which inoltales
Fort Wagner, and a battery on Cummings'
Point, mounting at this time fourteen or fif
teen heavy guns in the aggregate. The as •
uniting column was gallantly led by Briga
dier General Strong. It landed in 'mall boats
ander cover of oar batteries on Folly Island
and four Monitors, led by Boar Admiral Dahl
gren, which entered the main channel abreast
of Morrie Island soon after oar batteries
opened. The Monitors continued their flee
during the day, mostly against Fort Wagner.
On the morning of the Ilth inst., at day
break, an attempt was mode to carry Fort
Wagno: by assault. The parapet was gained,
but the supports recoiled under the fire to
which they wore exposed, and could not be
Our losses in both actions will not vary
much from 150 killed, wounded and missing.
We have taken 11 pieces of heavy ordnance,
and a large quantity of camp equipage. The
enemy's toes in killed and wounded will not
fall short of two hundred.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
• Q. A. Gsuroga,
Brigadier General Commending.
DUTZUOTIO3 OF ♦ USIA ISTIAXIB
Commander Cross= unarms the re
port received directly from Lieut. Commander
George N. Morrii,of the steamer Port Royal,
and indirectly from several other scum, of
the disaster to the rebel gunboat (Matta
hooehle. Her boiler exploded, killing and
disabling all on board bat eigheeen. Among
the killed were four others. The vessel Is
sank and shattered put possibility of recov
ering and making farther me of her.
A communication, dated Cedar Keys, June
17th, inelosiag the report of Liant. Com
mander B. Y. kb°sully, in relation to the
brave assault made by Orderly Serpent Nu
gent and four men upon a rebel breastwork
forfilkistion up Crystal river, says that la the
tumult the Orderly Sergeant and his men
drove a guard of eleven rebels into • swamp,
capturing their arms and destroying their
camp equipage, withholding his Ire with
manly and commendable dizcretion, feet he
should wound or kill a woman who was
among the fuzitives:
DID 9 •DD FLOPS TRZOWN OPT
The flour merchants, presuming upon the
effects of Lee's raid into the Maryland and
Pennsylvania wheat regions, put in their
bide to the Commissary Department at priest
so extravagant that when the propssals were
opened yesterday, Col. Beokwith threw out
nearly all of them. Only four thousand bar
rats were accepted. The government hen
enough flour on hand to enable them to resist
any attempt at extortion.
11111 11111101 /lIIILISG II 101711 CAIMILIIIA
Newness, N. 0., July It—Hon. Bradford
Brown, State Senator, from Ouwelk county,
has taken open grounds for the reconstruc
tion of the Union. It is understood, and as
amok as admitted by the Raleigh Standard,
that • majority of her Legislature and Sov
ereign Convention concur with Brown, but it
L thought in Raleigh that they cannot, with
safety to herself, throw off the Confederate
yoke so long as the rebel army hold Virginia
orluntU there is sufficient federal force to auk
lain her in molt effort.
RIM John A. Gilmer and other eztensirs
slaveholders in this State are said to be in
lam of gradual emancipation, a 'system
which It is undentood North Carolina will be
required to accept as the chief oonditionof
settlement between her and the 7aleral
Later int/Mynas from the Legislature now
In session at Raleigh, ocarinas the report that
many of its members have come oat for an Um-'
mediate repeal of the act of seeesslois passed,
by a sovereign convention of this State, and
ter a recall home,by GOT. Vasa. of the North
Carotin troops from the Confederate army at
!nos. Should Lee's army be annihilated 'or
. svertted from reaching this Rate, the semi
of this act may take pleasany moment; other
wiiireatters will remain as above staid; It
is said that While the Mauston of rep eals:4g
the set of espousion was , going ,on, a &tin
thrashed mother suggested • foreign war
as a method of cementing the States together,
whioh was applauded to the echo, all *sties
111 11W lOU 1107.
Thor Sew Turk and Brooklyn regiments
with the Potomac army are hastening home.
wards to veil the riot. Though they have
=raked for duteous days, they ars burning
to go and see whether the draft eanisot be . in
forced, and other men made 'to help say, the
Senator lotto urged the President to have
martial law proclaimed in New. York, and
this. Butler sent thin. The President repUed
in' offset tout - the State authorities seemed
equal to the emergency, and that !.U!, wan
no newt of • change.
au. Dm iims aux irrotrin 'our. Tocals
Gem Wool tubas tailored, and Gen. Dix
appointed Menace:tor. -
Gen. takes command of the Army of
the Toninsnia. - • '
XiLITAIT rarairmurs GONIOLIWILD.
The Military Departments of North and
Smith Carolina, have been consolidated, and
both wed ands command of Gonad
11110011 D 001.0130 olourant.
Vim second oolotol meant U to wow
on Azllaiton Heigh% Gimp Mum
The Oommivdoner of Internal Boorinne
deelded to-day that payments of prize money
to officers end men in the military and tiara
servile) of the United States, are subject to a
tax of three per cent. on 01,112 POO.
Three Garman merchants on their way from
Richmond to New York, .were arrested ,list
as they entered the cdtt r iseetarday. Thei
had forty-six thoniand dollars In GdiTiderate
money with them.
Major E. E.Paulding, •nephew of Admiral .
Paulding, hat been appointed 01114 Paymas
ter of the Army of the Patel:me:
The New York itzete:.Exeitemeet
So beide doothistnege Restocked.
New Vote, Icily 16 =Things hay. folly
resumed their wonted appearance. The
tracks have been relsid on the railroads. The
telegraph lines are being rapidly repaired.
Regiments and bitted.' are arriving, with
more on the way. Rosiness is rammed, and
a general feeling of security, pervade!. The
rconndreis and &levee who have been the
,Zhis city for the last three days and
nightsiare skulking to their dew, endeavor
ing to hide themselves and their plunder,
while their' abettors are endeavoring to leave
r. es —The gratifying intelligence of the
arrest of the villain, Andrew', the leader of
the rioters, is announced. Betas been sent
to Port Lafayette.
A gang of raglans drove off the workmen
this morning from the gas works on 14th
stmt. A small gang stopped a street oar on
4th Avenue this morning, and robbed the Co n
doctor and all the passengers, and then let
There is no truth Ice the reported burning
of factories in Newark. In several mean
towns In the suburbs riotous. demonstrations
have been prevented by the aetlon of the Oath- '
olio priests, imploring their 'parishieners to
Some frame houses In Ttrenty.seeenth
street, New York, werebarnedby the ruffles' I
early this morning,the ownersand occupants
refusing to subsidize them. The firemen ral
lied to save the lives Of several migrate and
drove off the rioters, •
The Foes says that early this morning the
rioters on Staten Island burned the depot and
water station, and afterwards attacked and
burned the negro shanties, killing two aggro's.
Many people have lett the Island, including
prominent citizens whose live, have- been
It Is stated a riot is now going on In First
avenue. When Co. Bof the 65th N. Y. and
6th Buffalo regiment was going to protect a
steel factory, the soldiers were tired upon, 15
of whom were killed. The soldiers returned
the fire. Reinforcements are being now (one
o'olook) sent to the soldiers.
A station bell tower in 21 avenue was i
burned at midnight oa Tuesday. Sixteen
rioters were gilled by grapeslietin 325 street,
yesterday morning, beside In women and
two children. Several 'others were mortally
wounded and a nuniber'slightly.
In the encounter this everting, on Ist
avenue Col. Whale*, with 160 men and two
howitzers, charged on the mob, wits took ref
uge in the tenement houses, from cheroots of
- *Mob they hurled stones, bullets, eto , on the
Soldiers. The howitzers were turned on the
mob and ten rounds of canister poured into
them, mowing them down fearfully. The
mob appeared to be well awaited, and only I
partially dlepersed them.
001. Winslow had ten men killed, includ
ing a captain and.lleatensnt, He retreated
in good order, firing on the mob. Col. Jar
din was fearfully wounded in the thigh. Sev
eral of oar wounded were left in the hands of
the mob. -
In Ode affair some thirty of the mob were
killed and woundeC
At 11 o'clock 150 of the regulars, with two
howitzers, repaired to the scene, and were
Wordy assailed, but the soldiers fired regu
larly, and finally the cannon ',returned upon
the bonaecwith terrible effect.
About one o'clock the troops had pouession
of the locality.
It is feared 001. Jardine fatally wounded.
This took piece yesterday.
Fire hundred cavalry saline and one hun
dred motets were seised by the pollee in a
bogie in Staunton.
.Two aggress were killed and throien Into
the But River last night by their murderers.
The of Andrews is received with the
liveliest malefaction. It took place in a
house of ilifem• on 11th street, where be end
his fit consort, a'bisek wools* named Wilson,
war • located. Be b said to belong to a fast
family of Virginia, and has been quite prom-
Went at certain political, anti-adminiatratlon
meetings held at the Cooper Institute, and
other ;cam, of late. Some $4OO in rebel mo
ney was found on him.
The Mayor of ikooltlyn, in view of the
large conflagration last night, has requested
the citizens to forrepatrohe for night ditty to
maintain order, assuring them aids oci.opte
A Michigan regiment issospeoted bun this
evening from Washington.
The mob appears to have got the best of
the military on Second avenue, and have
driven - the letter into a foundry oa 28th street
near Ist . Mere force has been sent
with artillery to rescue them.
Brig. Den. Ledlle has been appointed to
command the military in this city.
The 26th Mlehigan and 1625 New York
Volunteers have a:tirril (rem Washington..
Details of the 'riot on tl.e Island 2/ ave
nues say that Jarieloc's foundry, at 18th
street, and Seward's foundry, at 17th street,
were threatened by the mob.
This forenoon, detaehments of the 65th
Militia, tinder Col. Beherane, and two howitz
ers of the lith Militia, were sent to the atone.
'The mob came out of their haunt. anted with
muskets and carbines, but merely yelled fere
oiotudy at nut. The troops took no notice of
this, and leaving a devilment, with one how
ilea, at Seward's, marched to Ist avenue.
Hers a party of roughs flied on them, and
Adam Schwind, - one of the soldiers, was
slightly wounded. The troops wheeled into
line endplayed their pleas in position, but ne
further hostility was attadiptad. -After a shin'
halt the troops proceeded to Jackson'. foun
dry, burst open the deem and entered. The
mob now And an occasional shot, which' the
soldiers returned; with a galling Are, and sev
eral of the mob were wounded. A howitzer
was placed in position sear to commaid' the
street, sod matters were quiet for - an boar
-- About two o'eloek shiforeements arrived,
and the mob fired on tkomwitloateffeat. ,The
soldiers took aim, bot restrained froialtdng by
order of the ofilosrs. Mr. Jaokson now asked
a withdrawal of the troops from his foundry.
GI OS. Brown replied: " 1 shall pat my! sol
diers whore I please and no mob 'luta dic
tate to me, when th ey shall go.". Be seat
orders to defend the place at all hazards; and
not be sparing of their ii. if the crowd go.
A Lieutenant of the 65th regiment reports
that his men retreated from the neighborhood
of fib street and Pint avenue, beam they
heard the mob was getting tarp. General
Brown ordend the company baek under the
oommand of Lieut. Pike, of the United States
Artillery; and placed Capt. Ilbaoker and Lt;
Myer under angst.
'rho Passion of this rioters was talented this
afternoon by the' Amends of 'Some of the via
Lima of lett night: • '
Col. Lefferts Froported its ottnusand.-the
17th regisene....to Genera Byrom this after-,
noon; end"was ordered to , take control of the
Dietriot between 7th and 65th streeth'lrom
First arcane 40 But 1E4104 and tub all
means to suppreu all mobs and riots.. '
All was.'s dot. hill/risen and L Terkrill•
Ins the day. . , ""
ilinatars Bradley and Constrillyronttestei
the withdrawal of - the troops • from' the Pint
Ward. whioh was Waled by the Police Com
missloriers, Astor and Gen. Brown. •
_At 4:30 r. 34.; a sharp Hight was` going on In
23i street, between the "2d and 3d Avenues,
between the soldiers and rioters.
All omrilbussis and oars are running.
:The city will , be patrolled by the military
to=night, and Gm - Brown 111.d•tarogniiii that
the mob shall .be pat doriri s o . o l i ht,u he
kills every man found in a crowd.
' The 23d Brooklyn rostrum% upecited
home to.nlght er this morning. Come fears
are oti tatatpad of trouble in Brooklyn to.
night, and than- troopi in the county towns
of wogs and Qamens amid% are cirderad lll
to the OUT. Is is probable, • however,: that
nothing more serious will take flue: •
Placards .were posted-. &beet the oily from
Atoka 'shop Toques tins the rioters
to axiom:LW - In 701t 4. . of his 7 114 biellfe t to-mm.
row at two leeledis.., Par the ovoid;
'dressing tkont %Wooer of m ute their
lawful teeallen.l9thiPlellliall the.. prdestion
BMBitir Tons' appe*,. that tie
tia lalasit Sok 'fa; IiknWINPM al.rdr•
Thum negro shanties were destroyed, and one
Port Rielimand is garrisoned by the 74th
The impression is now, 10 o'clock, that
there will be no more rioting In the city, that
the anima of the military, has made the riot
ers wary. One ring leader of the mob. cap
tured In tilt. street to-night, has probably
' There is no intik In the reported boiling
of the New York House et Hudson City.
The Ire was the Jamey City hone railroad
FlOlll the Assay of the Pot Comes.
Barrxmots, Italy 16.—A special to the
Asuoicon says :
Bartle, Md., July 16.—The Army of the Po
lon= Ilia this city. How long it will remain
hot course only known to Gen. Meade. It Is
probable that some days will' be spent re
cruiting both men and horses, both of whom
have suffered from long and fatiguing march
es and the heat of the weather. The position
is one which gives the army the advantap of
the Baltimore Railroad, by which it can be
sully and abundantly fad.
Leo h said to be hurrying towards Culpep
per, and will hardly stop till beyond the
13.appaliannook. The :moonily of feeding hie
army, which cannot be well accomplished at
any great distaneefrom Richmond, will hum
A scout reports that during Lee's retreat
the tamper of tho rebels, both °Moore and
men, Wait despondent, and they were in mo
mentary expectation of an Weak from our
forces, the result of which they admitted mot
On the arrival of Lee's advance en Sunday
week, the most earnest efforts were made. to
cross the river. Some scow' were built and
their light wagon trains were crossed, taking
one wagon and as many men as it could carry.
On Tuesday and Wednesday the river fell so
much that many of the Wintry forded it.
The water being breast high, a subsequent
rain again swelled the riser and it became
The rebels swain oommaneed the conitrue
tion of a bridge at Palling Waters, using for
it the boats they had built at Williatneport.
'This bridge was not . b uilt until Monday, and
then a grand rash took place to get across—
the artillery, heavy• trains, and everything
was moved back to the river, except the light
artillery and • st song picket line, which held
the field works thrown up along the. front.
Oa Monday night they were drawn in, and
by daylight nothing was left this side bat
rear guard of infantry, most of whom were
captured by Record's cavalry. On Monde) ,
they had not more than 40 or 10,000 man this
aide, and had they been attacked, would not
have made a very serious defence. Lee and
his staff forded the river at Sp. m. on Mon
day, and Stuart, with his cavalry, followed
about six hours later.
The Riot in Boston.
Monaca, July 15.—A1l Is quiet hore this
mornivg. Four or Svc were killed last night:
and proosbly a dozen wounded, some of them
The most daring sot of the rioters was the
attacking of the armory, in Cooper st, where
a Woe of military was stationed to protect It.
When the mob had beaten down the doors,
they were Arad upon by a ex-pounder loaded
with oannistar. Thiseffsotually scattered the
mob at Mat point. One rioter was ocmpletely
riddled with shot, and fell down it the door
of the armory. Win. Carrier, 71 years old,
who was standing on the stoop of his house
on Cooper street, was killed. Win. Look,
provision dealer, was seriously wounded in
the thigh. Three young women and three or
four small boys were wounded, bat not sari
lonely. They ware not participators in the
riot. Two soldiers in the armory were in
jured by brisk, thrown through the windows.
The rioters then attacked the gun shops on
Dock Square, stealing from four to Ave thou
sand doliars' worth of property. They were
speedily dispersed by a volley from the revol
vers of the polio&
The dragoons appeared at nine o'clock, pa
trolling the streets. whioh, together with an
infantry force, overawed all further out
The military continue in quarters in the
parts of the city when the disturbance occur
Mayor Linooln has issued a proviso:Litton,
warning all the riotously disposed frorefur
thee violence, and calling on all ailing to
aid in the preservation of quiet and ordah"
Pour of the leading rioters, arrested last
night, are to be proceeded against for bur-',
glary and murder. They are committedWilh-'
Barrow, July 15.-10 z. m.-Order has Wei
restored here. The citizens geasrally Itiore
obeyed the Mayor's proclamation, and have
kept within doors, sad; with the exception of
the scenes of the riot test night, the streets
are as quiet as on Sunday.;.... ,.
In book square, Haymrket square and
Cooper street several hnndreds angre
gated, but mostly from curiosity to' sea the
soldiers quartered and , patrolling there. No
demonstrations whatever are made.
The admirable preasutions taken by the
authorities, and the imposing display of the
military force have mole an avowed determi
nation to nee the utmost vigor to quell what
ever of the mob spirit was left last night.
Suspension of the Draft in New
York until quiet is Restaged.
Wasinsoros, hay /6.-0011U11117 to pub.
fished statements, the execution of **Aran
was suspended in New York by the uprising
of the mob. It hue not been ascertained here
that orders' were issued from this city for pro
longing the suspension beyond the period,
when order dust be restored, so that it oan
be •Boosted. -
Ontontren, July 1.13.--It is 'aid that Mor
gan is about Piketon to•dy, time our fortis
are dosing around him, and will sire kint
Aunral et the Oceau Queen.
Nits !oar, Jul, 16.—the steamship Oman
Qum, from Aspinwall on the Bth, has arriv
ed, with $200,000 in treasure.
Itarkeu by Tele'graph.
Now You, July 10.—Wheat dull sad falls
lower, 111lwantes. Club. $1 - 241 77; Wlater. 2.4
Western, $1 2901 SO. Corn 10. lower; a motivate..
bottom at alegoec. Oats dalL Bogor more active,•
Chats and Muscovado, l0$0103(e. Lard dull sod
Glad lower rpealog at 26 2 4, declining to 2634,1 had
cloalnip.l444; 4411834 Goterilasilt stock_ quiet; LI.
t.. / 45 4 CellPato. 1034
Glorious NOM iron Ike LOWer Mtir
sissippl..Mattle on thin Beg Minch
...showman Victorious - over ' John.
ston..Littio Rook Captured by
Gen. Bliantv.Bituation at _Ticks.
, burg. ".
The following epeeist dbpateh to thetin
seismal Gomm- contains .some %interesting
01110, July 15-10 r. . simmer
lieUe Memphis has jest attired from Mem
phis, Winging dates of yesterday.. -Than the
mellowing from the Memphis Beiletie end
from your correspondent attliat
By the arrival of the hospital steamer Gity. of
Memphis and , steamer lairohild, have later,
uses fronehelaw. Packagers* on those boats
report everything very quiet at Vicksburg.
We learn that .a battle had been fought oa
the Bth at a point beyond the Big Black, re
sulting disestronely is. the rebels. Already
1,800 prisoners Dave been bronghtinto Vicks
burg Ikea the bettle.lield. -Gen. Sharman is
in command of a large form outside of, Big.
Bieck. Jew easnalties are, reported among
our troops during the late 'llights.baYond the
Black river.' A rumor prevatiod that General
Osterhans warn killed in benison the Bthi We
are able to say, however, that „the 'Min is
altogether diacreedited In the belt info:Med dr
, Prom Boutherie souraei; we :hear that our
ferns have een, Meridian, on . th e Jack
son sad Mobile Saihosd. ~ -
Perties from Helena"represent that'General
Blunt'hoe captured Little Bock, with a large
number of prisoners.: . .
Dr, Pitta of Gitiena,Medloaanspeet Or on
Gen. likerman's abet has .been *weed in
charge of the lamest slot and 'wounded in
Vicksburg. The Doctor Lade his teak 'a her
culean one, but he hes hand and heart equal
to the duties assigned him. , Many. came of
the west distressing nature have come dude!
Were; oases of fever and nervous affections
had bees aggravated by constantly renewing
soma of danger dating -the siege, and time
we mazy chronic diseases which will tax the
' DO of the surgeons in attendanee. Dr: Zit
' tee has the anistenos of the Confederate sus
: goons who are, noisy of-them,: skillful and
rib DBANTED MEN. " -
maim Limon' ''oi
am 0,1! - P. 4146 • 12 bY Gign's uP'm
zo. lJ irek:a a. •
Aganu., 7 1" 14 5 1 L0WN 9 .14% Agostri.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S 017101,
98 Toroth 81..-Pittaborgb, July 16M, IM9L
icrBX.RMPTRD , FROM DEL .
lo soestdammWtth order's. I piiblish the le
lowing list of pus= exempted from draft by -
Board of Enrollment in 11111 Dhrtricr, to • till! es,
with the readout of their exemptions
n 11A1101 or marnmints aromEtars=
Netrui B Watson, Larrunou'e, Vat Kt •
Wm El Smith, W."Pit.aburgit, 0W El a ;
HS Appleton, - 4th ward, Nis Bobo
Jts B O'Neill, Sd ward. - , b ar;
• M Baron. 4th ward, lass Rodger
Thom Neap, Blrminglum, Su Own,
Jim 8 Ilsming. ad Ward, - Wm
Christian fitookar, Birminham, John Horn; • l
W K WoodoeU, Peebles, Martha Pa '
Jag P Martha% Char/ad. Hoary 0
Gred.or Pox,IL V Irnazigh . m, Lehr Lucas;:.
Adam Vocalsm; 6th ward, /Ma WOW :l '
Edward Matto% 8.1 Wald, Dula Crain •
Wm J Kiddie,.. .Baoi4eo, Wm Nat West;
WIC de Basennee, !Award, Otto limacold;
Wm 0 Daman,, 114 ward. 0• 0 0 Illastql
It J MoOracken, II wwd, V.l Mitchdr
Daniel Trautman, Mifflin, Edward Lea:
James W Dolt; Ed ward. NU& Kith;
mA Emmons, ' 4th ward, ' Jouph Dixon;
Jcsepti Malls, Boowden, Obd'h. tprowito
Lewis Mattes', links, ~ Poter.Polunffi
Trod Warta, _ Mifflin. David Jonas;
End &Mild. lit ward, Mich Ilisaem;
Pond Shafer, ' Madders, John adirmalli
John Grimy, Oohing, Wm' Shaw;
' itobt L Walter, op. tt Clair, Dal Albert;
&UM YID WI JIM DLOWLIZO musts rose.
Esau. • lieskinsa. . Withers. ,
Patrick Donovan, 6th ward, • Henry Daly;
Jamie Sweeny, 4th ward, Eder Sweeny;
Nils Welts, 6th ward, J 11 Zyth;
ClOl Suet Laugh, Peebles, A Schaub;
gearge Henkel. 'Ed ward, Alanson Wilcox;
George Bromley, ild ward, Irmo Joss;
Henry Baal, 9d ward, Iwo /mar,
Peter Bell. 9d ward, Imo Jonem
Henry Walker, Bth ward, Joke NM;
Wm Iffordyroceds, 14 ward, John But;
Joseph Nam% 3d ward, John Beat;
Ala: McKee, 34 ward, John Grim, Jr.;
PAID THUS 81102.10 murk,.
Chas B Scully, Ist ward. Ju M Bailey, 4th ward,
Gs cry II Ebbw; lit w'd El Grotthmise, led ward,
William Dixon, 9th ward. G K Arindrong, 3d ward,
Wen Johnston 9th "ward tddison Arthur; 94 ard.
Jame. B V cot; lat ward, 4 A Hlll. Stli ward,
John A. Barb, 31 ward Punch Hatfield, 4th wd,
him, Pillar., 690 wart A 6 Glum, &Minton tp;
Davide] Kerr, 8 Pittsb'g, Ohm M Bailey, MAIM,
WII Whitmore, 4th ..4 , John Cram*, 4th ward,
Geo Bathetic'. 3d ward; rlitas Peacoat. Veraperv'e,
Nouns iiiilmom, so, ward Hugh Idurdoot, 31 ward,
Stephen flyani.Vemeailes Jae P Quinn, ad ward,
Pat MoDavatt;6th mod; Matthew Pillow, 6th wd,
It Bridle'', 4th ward; Hoary Kiansq, Patton,
3 31 OwliPlwn , Vulleollog B Wolff; Jr. 4th ward.
Alm 8 /Modes, Mifflin, d 0 Bulling; Id wart,
Jew tlakilliat..eth wad. II P Dames, ild ward. ,
Daniel Cooper, let ward; if I Hinds:son, ild mord,
A li Line. 3d ward. John Meatier, Sul ward,'
John Boland, Lit ward, urlitado EforoslE oth wd,
John Glyde, 4th ward, Wm E. Weyourt,.94warel.
e tights Ott, M. ward, atch.lid o Gilds, ith red,
Levi 0 Wade, 4th ward, Joseph AbiA t ad ward,:
1111101101 AID 1510101.0'13 onl2 DLISZIO7I.
Naos. Mrrolltd. ' Beal EWiltice.
John Wheman, 4th ward, 81 ward;
A 0 Ohrhty, Collies, Morgan 0c.., 0;
Olhar 0 Las,. fd ward, Jeff. Co 0.•
B L Cook. 1W ward, 24 Dist4 . obio;
W J Dickson, 1501 watd, Patin ti,' '
John ItiolLeliry, . 6th ward, ad ward; - •
rw hand os an 01 11/114:11.
Caddile Hellally, lit ward, Co. G. 4th Pa. Cavalry;
Nato' Hophfts, Pitt tp, 00. I,lolst Pa. Vol.;
John B Munsy, ti. hthburgh. Witham Troop,
James Riper, Illzabolh tp, co. I, lad P. Volt;
Heigh J Beady. 6th ward, Co. I, 2d 11 8 Infantry;
Peter Wray, Elisabeth tp, Co 1, 634 Pa Vole;
monnualexus 01' 0011-01'1111111101 , 1Tri—X•1111: 1 0)
Ealph Daniel, 34 ward, Drones O'Leary, let ward
Midway &mai, Ed ward, MIMI Sullivan. Sd ward,
13am'l Williams, Bth ward, W 0 Gallagher. 3.11 ward,
Chas mon; Birmingham, Henry neibaz,ath ward
Theo Grow, Sd wand,. ho A Baser, lob Ward,
H HorperAls. oth ward, Ed M'Langhlin, 9th ward
Ono Quinn; ad ward, , HOC L John ton; 6th wd.
James Bice, Bth ward, Bob% Roy, 13d ward, .
Alex Oracle. 6th ward, tinder Spearman, as ward,
Lewis Lessor, &I ward, Owm Whiabon,lat ward,
Mahal Lamb, 9th ward, Ju V Pah - Pitt tp,
Herman Lang, 3d ward, V Poffenbsor. 011 ward,
Hamlet Lowe,. 2d ward, Ju M'Etren, 701 ward.
Pat /Min, 3d ward,' Jacob Itingthig, 61h ward.
VIDEO 1111111.011. A= OM roexr.rim Tian.
Lewis P Homier, ad ward
tarzwitirme or tom
MIMI Kelly, 4th ward,
Arthur Carr, 6th ward,
Ned .Shane, McKeesport,
Patrick Kennedy, ba. wd,
=IMPS II 011.1011111 or PLUOT
Jas Tisch, ad ward, I PhDlp Colcoff, Bth ward.
OKLY 9/1./211DZ9C9 or wintaxisu maw= won 19
John Nelligart, 4th ward, John Millard, Temp'vllle.
Bead H Porter, —, . Dan Hendricks, 3d ward.
MIMI Oimeanston,lld wd,
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Oft AO= MINIS.
Jai Slattery, MI ward,
John Lecluird;74l ward,
Jaa T Pattrasov, 2d ward.
J. }11.1341A TOSTAB,
Capt.ird Parrott 111 MD;st. re.
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