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SATURDAY MOILNLNO, JULY l&
A Day o T ivies Appointed
hp the Pvesident
By Ike President of as Unshed Stalin of Antrim;
A PILOOLAIIATIOS.
It hes pleased Almighty God to hearken to the
supplimnioni and prayer, of an ambled people, bad
to vieuetnage to the misty and the navy el the United
States, on the bind and on the sea, so dgnal end
eo
*Seth* em to fumbh reasonable grenade for Orig.
mented °maiden°, diet toe Union of the Stalin will
be maintainid, their Constitution preserved, and
their pesos and prosperity yeinnsnently preserved;
but these Motorise hem been accorded tot without
sacttflce o gin t , limb and liberty, !twined by brave,
pariah) and klyni . MUsen, Dement, affliction In
every pert of the country Iblicrws in the train of them
Mural binannosnta It le mad and right, to nog.
aloe sad conies the presence of the Almighty Sather
said the power of HG hsad'eninatly in thins trtsapha
4d than known
i Nay, tbsteins, bo it know that I do' set apart
Therasy, des aide day of Anyeetemt. to be observed
es it day of Minimal Thanksgiving wale and prayer.
end limits the.,yeeple of the Maw States to as
semble on that atomism In their customary places of
warship, and in the form approved by their own con
venience, render the homage due to the Divine Ifiaes
ty Me the wonderful things He has done in the Hr
Ilan', being and invoke the influence of Ills Holy
to Mans the anger which her produced, and
looter,' entrained a needless and armed rebellion ; to
dune the teats of the insurgents ; to guide the
tennutels of the Government with wisdom adequate to
so great a Hationalemergency, and to visit with ten-'
deicare, and ommistion throughout the length and
breadth o• our land, all those who, through the vi 01..-
. alludes of march.., voyages, battles and aims, have
eon brongnt to mane In mind, body or state, end
Dankly to lead the whole ratline through paths of re.
pentanes alai submission to the Divine will, beck
to the perfect enjOy went of union and fraternal
peso*.
In whams whereof I have hereunto set my head
end caused the med of the United Stalin to be at-
Used.
• Done at the duty of Washington this 15th day of
July, in the year of our Lcrd one th:naand - eight
hundred and sisty•three, and of the Independence of
the United Statesot America the elghtyrdghth.
Hy the President, ABRAHAM LINOOLD,
WILIZAX H. SIVAS!). Seminary of State.
The Conscription
The act of Congress providing for the fill.
lug up of our Union armies by a draft is
now being anxiously discussed; and its pro
visions subjected to the keenest inveetiga
don. All laws of a general oharsoter,—af
feeling masses of men, different in oharso
ter, of various nationalities, and of every
grade in the social scale,—will necessarily
seem harsh in some cues, and unequally
lenient in others. The Consoription Act ie
a general law, affecting every male adult
in the United Staten ; between the ages of
20 and 46. "Those who are dis Posed to find
fault with every act of government, how
- ever indispensable to the very existence of
the government the act may be, here find . ,
ample scope, and a too willing audience.
We imagine that the class last named,
together with those who are engaged in the
"substitute" business, are the 'authors of
most of the misstatements which are now
causing so much anxiety to many of our
citizens, victims, perhaps, of the coneorip
tion. There is a large class of persons in
thls'sicinity, of moderate meann—meohan
ice, small dedere, &e,—who have been I
drafted for military duty, and who find no I
legal cause for exemption, under the act.
The condition of their family or their affairs
is such that it seems to them alike ruinous
to both, should they undertake to render
such military duty in person. They might,
by an effort, and through a little assistance
from their friends, raise the sum of $BOO,
for which sum the government promises ex
emption from the operations of this draft.
But the enemies of the government and the
brokers in substitutes say : "If you do raise
the sum of $BOO, and pay never to the gov
ernment, as your substitute, or penalty for
your non-fulfillment of military duty, you
may be drafted again next week or next
month, and will then either have to go
yourself, furnish a substitute, or pay an
other $800: you had best engage a substi
tute now." But the interested person may
not be able to find a substitute in time; or
if found, the substitute may require too '
large a premium for his limited means.
Now we pretend to no more knowledge
on this subject than is common to all. But
we think that those of our citizens who
have been drafted, and can, without great
personal sacrifice to themselves and fami
lies, render that service which everreiti
len owes to the government, should
promptly -report themselves for duty.
Those situated differently—and every citi
zen =adjudge for himself alone—should,
if possible, procure an able-bodied substi
tute, who, for a pecuniary consideration, is
willing to stand in his stead. And if it is
not within his power to do either, as b last
alternative, he should pay in to the Collector
of Internal Revenue of his district, the sum
of $BOO, for which he will get • receipt this
receipt, when exhibited to the Provost
Marshal, will entitle thi holder to a certifi
cate of =emotion, from this dr a ft, "by rea
son of having paid to the government the
sum of $200."
This three hundred dollar exemption
clause, in our opinion, is the POOR Parer
slam.. We know that the copperhead
press and leaders have tried to create a
'different impression. But whet are the
facts ? Suppose Congress had inserted no
provide* for money exemption, and the
enly means of avoiding conscription had '
been the furnishing of a substitute ; would
not the pries of nibetitutes have been about
$l,OOO or perhaps $1,600? And how many
Poet len would have been able to purchase
at these figures? This is the ease in the
stwealled Confederate States, ',hers we see
as much as $6,000 go begging for "an able
bodied substitute." It was la order that
the poor nuasharile and small fernier should
have the same chance 'libido more wealthy
atidighlair, that Congress inserted the three
lit:ond dollar exemption olause—the rocs
=an - =Ansi. - There are men, doubtless,
.11redlid for military duty, who are too piper
to pay this amount, and who would be sub
jected to peddler hardship If compelled to
sins. Bdt each alien; happily, in an in-
• dilations and thrifty community like ours,
are few Indeed.; - Where such exist, let
sympathizing friends and neighbors on
&deka to raise As sum as a loan, to be
repaid in small weekly instaimehts with
eidialarest. -
As to the probebilify of the same person
being drafted over egg's, let as consider •
little. -The present draft is enpposed to be
tor 800000 ram To this ' added GO per
mita= for probable exemptions under the
law. In these distriota the draft!, about one
. porn in 3 enrolled lathe first class. This
wOuld ahow that thire - are noW - Inthe free
swag, perioni enrolled subject to 'military
duty between the spa of 20 1151 d 86, ab ou t,
1,676,000. The name' of these persons, we
ma say, are all ,written upon slips of
papa, and blindfolded men ern drawing
out 450,000 of theM for militia', dciti—of
which number it is supposed 160,000 will
claim exemption for cause. Now, after
these Commissioners of the draft shall hay
completed their labors, and these 450,11 k
names are all drafted and enrolled, there
will still remain in the ,wheele need by the
Draft Couunissioners 1,126,000 names of
the first class which have not yet
been draWn. It is scarcely a supposable
case that those persons already drafted,
Who may have been exempted by the pay
mentor $3OO, would be selected out and again
put intothe wheel with the I,l2s,oooaames
not yet drafted. We do not consider snob
a construction of the law at all likely to be
accepted as equity.
Are we likely to have another draft after
this one? • We think not. The Union
armies now in the field, deducting liberally
for aU our losses, number not less than
700,000. The opposing rebel forces cannot
number over 250,000. Since the first in
stant it. is estimated that this force has
been reduced—at Gettysburg, Vicksburg,
Port Hudson, Tallahoma, Falling Waters,
Little Book, Ste.—more than 80,000 men—
nearly one-third their entire coal/chic force.
The Mississippi, with all its tributary
streams, and rich and productive valleys,
is ours. Basaa's army is driven into and
through the mountains, while the victorious
Rossi:mass and his veteran army are
bringing the patiently-waited-for freedom
to the loyal and patriotic East Tennesseans.
Sumas has met and defeated the army
of the Mississippi, under JOHNSTON: Grier
and HOSZCHASS may now make short work
of Mobile, Atlanta, Montgomery and
Charleston, while ANDY JOHNSTON. Gene.
BURNSIDE, Hannon and BANKS, reconstruct
governments for Tennessee, Arkansas,
Mississippi and Louisiana. MEADE de
tested Lsx's hitherto victorious legions in
Pennsylvania, and the latter are driven
back across the Potomac to meditate upon
Vicksburg and Port Hudson and Gettys
burg. With a united and patriotid acqui
escence in the necessity and propriety of
the conscription act, the government
places an immense army of 300,000 fresh
men in the field. Before this powerful
army has aver fired a gun, a great moral
victory has been achieved. The rebel
States, already depleted by an unsparing
and vigorous conscription, have nothing
left but unconditional submission to the
government, supported as that government
is by such mighty armies, and such bound
less resources.
We see nothing between us and peace,
save the spirit manifested by the mobu:
°ratio ruffians and out-throats in New
York and elsewhere. The last remaining
hope of Jur. DAVIS and his tottering ty
ranny will fall when our government ehall
have completed the present draft for 300,-
000. Let us, therefore, arise to the respon
'Abilities of the hour, and accept the bright
omens of returning peace, inaugurated by
victory.
Traitors at the North.
The investigation of a case of considera
ble interest has recently been going on in
Philadelphia. From the testimony given
it appears that certain parties inNew York
engaged in fitting out two vessels, one to
carry contraband goods and a rebel mall to
Virginia, and the other destined to onus' e
as a rebel privateer and prey on the com
merce of the country. The ingenuity of
the detective police enabled them to dis
cover this plot in season, and to seize the
vessels when nearly ready to proceed to
sea, with the evidences of their guilty er
rand in their holds and on their decks. The
names of the persons charged with con-
I
spiracy, or ; rather high treason, in this)
ease are Joan O'Nset,Jons BBABDICT and
Joan MOOlllll, alias JACOB HYLAND. But
the rebel mail which was captured contains
letters that implicate many others,—among
1 whom we note the name of the F. F. V. Aa-
I DRAW, one of the leaders of the New York
rioters, who was arrested in a house of in
terne, in company with a colored woman, as
our dispatches yesterdey stated, after hav
ing headed a negro phobic mob in such a
true Southern, chivalrous, plantation style
as is described in the following paragraph
by a reporter in a New York paper:
The mysterious "Mr. Andrews of Vir
ginia," who addressed the howling mob up ,
town on Mendsy, telling them that they
must organize and "crush this damned Ab
olition draft into the dust," and offering to
lead them himself, has been accepted, it
seems, and throughout these three days of
riot has hounded on his pack of savages to
their deeds of violence. An apostle of car
nage, he has marched at their bead and in
cited them to do deeds at which the man
hood of a free people Mould revolt. Where
poor unoffending negroes were beaten dead,
then hung, and their mangled corpses tied
, den in the mire by the feet of brutal men
and women, where private houses of peace
able citizens have been sacked and burned,
where widows and orphans have been
turned almost naked into the street, where
barricades have arisen; and every infamous
outrage has been perpetrated, this self
elected Virginia "gentleman" has been
foremost in the fray. Mounted on a horse,
no doubt stolen from a private stable, clad
in a red shirt and brandishing a sabre, he
has been a chosen leader of the pack of
robbers and murderers._
But it appears that we have even more
detestable traitors at the north than any
refugee Virginian ever could be. It came
out in the evidence offered in this case in
Philadelphia,that some one said to be well
known in that city had in one of the letters
tenni in the rebel mall aforesaid, sympa
thetically' confessed to a "Mend in the
South" that "as Cl 7/ its the streets that Vicks
burg has fallen, is hitting au by huhu."
Many talked, no doubt, who can, he be 7
when the first part of the report appeared
in the Philadelphia papers; but this is no
longer a secret. The proceedings of Wed
nesday contain the following, showing that
the sympathetic traitor was Dr. Damson,
Professor in the Jefferson Medical College
of Philadelphia.
In reply ton question of. Mr. VAADYIEZ,
counsel for the defense, Mr. Cores; repre
senting the government, said :
I-have treasonable letters here, found in
the possession of O'Neal, and can show you
some if You desire.
Mr. Vandike---With your permission
wouldllke to see some.
The District Attorney here very leisurely
selected a few from the package and hand
ed them to Mr. Vandyke.
Mr. Vandyke, having carefully read them
over, said: Well, sir, we are ready tole
to trial, because we can't go Into the 'de
llo:es now. •
(off Well, al; the letters, or some
I o ftiero„bad -better be read, end then :we
can havit It - Utter ulderstending of the
fair.. We.oen Winton light th e rub-
Jed.
Mr. Vandyke (sympathetiewily)-oh,
these letters are letters from Wheal girls in
the State of Maine to their lovers, their re-
tallow, and their friends; now, ie it right to
publish to the world such epistles? Let
us save the feelings, 1 ant frank to say, of
indiscreet girls.
Mr. Coffey—l am not going to read the
letters from indiscreet girls; I propose to
read letters from traitorous' men.
Mr. Vandyke (with a little warmth)—
Show me one from a traitorous-man. -
Mr. Coffey (pleasantly, with a smile)—
Certainly, sir, hare is one, written by Dr.
Dickson, Professor in the Jefferson Medical
College of Philadelphia; he is the man who
says that the cry that icksburg has fallen
is killing him by inches. Read this letter
carefully—obsetve the information it con
veys to the rebel authorities.
Mr. Vandyke said it is not proved.
Mr. Coffey—l have the witness ready to
prove it. Just read it.
Mr. Vandyke now read the missive in
silence. When he finished he handed it
back to Mr. Coffey, and said : "I must con:
fess, sir, my surprise, that the District 'At
torney has posseaeion of a letter of this
kind, and has not arrested its author. It
is strange, to say the least, that the Pro
fessor has not been arrested."
At this stage of the proceedings Mr. Van
dyke had a private interview with his
clients for a few minutes, after which he
turned towards the Commissioner and said:
"I waive all hearing and ask that the
parties be admitted to bail."
Mr. Coffey—l have made the charge of
high treason and am ready to go on with
the evidence; therefore I oppose the sug
gestion that bail be taken.
Mr. Commissioner—l cannot take bail
on the charge of treason. I shall take a
little time to weigh the matter over in my
mind and to look at the authorities.
Lees Escape.
A letter from Mr. Caw:aisle to the New
York Times says:
The people of Williamsport assert that
the rebels were in a great state of trepida
tion on Monday, for fear that their move
ment would be discovered, and their divided
army attacked and thoroughly beaten, as
it could have icon.
It is instructive to remark that Lee's or
der, announcing to his army that they cams
"about to meet theirold enemy again," wall
concocted . for our special benefit. Ile
printed it in Hagerstown on Saturday, and
on Saaday morning half a dozen copies of
it had found their way into our lines. lam
sorry to say that some of our General offi
cers were hoodwinked by the trick.
Thus ends the invasion and the campaign
north of the Potomac. Though both armies
may yet make some further movements,
there seems to be a strong impression that
there will be no more fighting for thirty or
forty days.
Another correspondent of the same pa
per makes the following remarks:
It is true the enemy had a formidable
position, but when we consider that we
had nearly two men to his one, even sup
posing he had ready for action his usual
amount of artillery, no one can doubt that
the result would have been in our favor.
Why any one General should have consent
ed to postpone the attack for a single hour,
and recommend the digging of trenches,
under the circumstances, seems strange.
Possibly an order may have emanated
from Washington delaying the movement
until reinforcements should have arrived.
It has been stated in official circles that
such was the case. To-day the road from
Frederick was covered with troops going to
the front, but if Meade bad waited for all of
them to reach the line, the attack would not
have been made for three days at least.
The feeling among the troops at this
losing what they considered a sure prise,
may be easily imagined. Many of them do
not hesitate to openly denounce the tardy
method of warfare that has been pursued
for the past ten days.
—The testimony of several intelligent
persons returned from the army fully car
rebates the last statement, that the army
has been disappointed, and feels bitterly
over the result of the "tardy method" of
pursuing the flying enemy and improving
the Gettysburg victory, which Gen. MEAD S.
saw fit to adopt. The statement that any or
der, or interference from Washington, re
strained Gen. Me►nt is strenuously denied
by parties there that ought to be well in
formed.
Ms capture of Chattanooga by General
Romans is a matter which has attracted
very little attention, yet it is almost as Im
portant an announcement as the eurreader
of Vicksburg. The latter gave us the Dila
eissippi, but Chattanooga is the key to the
whole internalraliway system of the South.
East Tennessee now becomes ours as a mat
ter of course, and the mountain region which
split the South like a wedge passes natural
ly into our oontroL Chattanooga, in its way,
means as much as Vicksburg.
Amos° the persons drafted in Boston are
Rev. M. D. Conway, editor of the Common
wealth, and Wendell P. Garrison, son of
William Lloyd Garrison. Several Quakers
were drawn in the Nantucket quota.
RELIGIOUS JrOTICES.
.
UZPRRAORING TOMORROW
(Lord's Day,) July 111th. at 4 o'clock p. m.
In
b.
uLD MILO& 410t100L POUBIL In Man
abutter, by Poo. A. K. BZLL.
IcrTGE FIRST CONGREGATION
or DIBCIPLIN, of Pittsburgh, soot sta•
Ia lb. IRON CITY t:OLLIGE BUILDING,
Comm of Pam awl 81. Clan streets. Plucking
LORD% DAY—llmiklog and Inning—at ths mud
boon. Sunday Batumi a 1134 o'clock p. m. Prost
Nesting may WIDNESDAY ZYNNING.
pudic aro rsrpsolfolly,
PUBLIC JUOTICES.
- - - -
PITTSBURGH & CONNRIALE
VILLE RAILROAD COMPANY 'LISP
MORTGAGE TURTLE MINNIE DIVISION out'.
oral:rano w BONDS —Holders ate hereby waded
that the Intones Oospous on the above Bonds, doe
August Ist, 11030011 be bald after that date, on
presentetbsa and delivery at the Office of the Pitts.
burgh Trutt (*awn], Wool street
W. 0 MIGRANT,
1,11:10 Secretary and Treaenrer.
Upton or IIIiIEXPOZTATIoi (Jo.,
Pittsburgh. /lay Sigh, 1863,
O•NOTIGE I 8 ItERRBICGIVEN to
the Batersibers to the Block of the West
ern Tredurporfntion Company on areeemeat of
Mil DO td,allS (1.5 00 ) - PNB Min hal bout
levied upon the stook entreuribed,pepable at the *Mee
of the Trearuner„ at Pittsburgh on or before the
nib day of Jaw, 1e63, and a like amount every
thirty days thereafter, until otheratte notified
Hy order of the Board.
pabem A. J. IS oDOWIIEL. reeree.e,
urrme ALUGaIisT Issuaasca Co., •
Pittsburgh, July 6, OM
WDIVIDEND.—The President and
Directors of the Adegbeny Itietirunw c o ,
him Ws day declared a Dividend of TWO DOL-
L/ad MAD Fir VT (Mine (12 80) per ,hue out of
the ernalupof the lot six months, parable to Stook•
holders ea sad after lloada D y, the Ugh tut.
117:2ft . as. BOOK. Pearetery
urLIICTION.—The Stiokholdero of
the Little Saw Mill Manilitsd- De. us
hereby nettled that In llaestket will be held uw
Pendent and DifeCtell. to sans for the urinals'
year, on KOS Der. the 117th day of Joy sent, at
the idlla et the Oompsny, to • Tempersneeelle.
tween the homy of Wm sad 6 oclock p. wt.
le27:1=111/1111MALI., Piarldrert
r"
•DIVIDJ&N tooktioldeto of
tho Pittabitab A Allegheny Bridge 00. (M
Band ateirt,) are booby rotill.4 that • Divliond of
IftrUil PBS OVIOT. bad this day dm declared, cot
of Be profile of the hat eh month., payable forth
with. 'BANK B WILL, Treasurer.
17461.
BI t ANICS FOB SUBSTITUTES,
AND ALL 711f:AtETIO8 BLANES.
[3T
Par sale szelneirely by
Oarner Wood 21111.rbirs'o.u.
rib L/LiaNTRIU Misb.
it you claim aumptlau front thadntt, all k 1: 1 7
*So. Bemember the place.
NM.' T. 11117101, 244'1021 SUlk ids's%
' T 111.4 iloar.trolow Osilladr*L
BOY' - YOUts, NtlONet AI` MCA) •
LAWN AUCTION NOUSE, If you vast bor.
NS t IN TUN UIT at
XeCLILLAND'S 6EOI AUCTION HOWL
AMA' 40 PlearldgafrJrlll
L 0011PiTINT BISINIR
To take charge of a napery
ppiy, with referseett, lit 41 Market etreel,
DI.beeILUTION.-1 he CarertneishiP
exhaled between the undersigned. tor'er dot
Ann name of SNAP, BUDD A 00. hlrll Ots dq
by dulttatlon. The barium will he dined by
KISIAP, by whom all deism due to or
teem die late Arm will lei settled.
OHAELZB IC AP,
H. F. UDD
NIOHO B LAB , WAD&
Fort Pitt Foundry. July Ist, Ifti3
pIi t OCLADIATIUN. • ,
•
HOGS AND DOGS
CITY OF PITP£BCBOB, u.
I, Bailin IR 0. 11AWT LB, Jr., Moor of raid rith
do lime this m Proclomatthn that ham ena arbor
the 16711 DAY Cr JULY. A: D.. 156.1. every Dog
going at large within the city shalt Dave aroind its
neck a collar of metal or leather, with metal plat!,
°nada& metal wallet or plate shall be inscaLbed the
sums and raahlerme - of the Cartier. Also slat from
this date, to the 15th of fleptembor, haul uee arQl
put on • goad, strong. substantial and sate mimeses
wan effectually to prevent said flog from biting sr
imam lug. All Doge fount running at large without
raid collar sad muzzle s'all deidt with seeording
to law.
11005.—Any porno who shall wilfully eau Ws
or her Rep to run at large in this city, shall, la
each offense, on conviction thereof, forfeit and pay
for each of said animas so running at large, the sum
of one dollar, end it shalt be the duty of the paw"
men or either of them to isles and take into . . custody
and impound every one of said animals so found run•
Ding at large, and if. after four days' publin motto,
no person shall toms forward to claim oho same, and
pay the said Duo cod mate and other chair. at
tendhog the seizing and keeplog the same, then they
shall be sold for the use of the city.
jytt:lw B O BA WTBB, Jr.. karst.
HOU ni AND NUDE& e
AT PAINATII BALL
Any time during the day or evenhig,
McClelland's Auction Rooms,
5S FIFTH MUT
VVEUAW+ oris.OLtit. ATTSNTIO
to the sale of n /LORIS Or LAND, B miles
from Allegheny ally. It Ls tbs cheapest had in the
bleat eltuated on a good road, and beta knit
minutes walk from two Rations on the Pittaturgh,
Sort Wayne I °Mow Railway—olio Station at
Jack's Inn and the other at Woods' Bun, one mite
sod a halt from the latter Station, and a few rods
from the Allegheny I New Brighton Plant aced.
Has an ex ollant slew of the Ohio rieer,thd would
make a piessant country that, and exeellant oleos for
• iimPnry. and It tffered low lor mob or part on time.
thuds, ofD. CARLIN,
1,1840 No. 93 - Lonost threat, Allentheb 7 City.
CON biIiNMENTek
IQlbassa W. B. and Hamburg Clnars; .
FO3 bath prime Dot■;
103 dosinlinay and Medina' Broom.;
60 bash. Dad Votataq
1 bbl. Pared Dry Poacher;
•
6 tar: Ground Oarree;
Itaadved and for salt at 123 No and stmt.
111 • FRANK VAN GOBDBB.
a~R~J~I+~ I YT~
CITY to buy
8008, EllOBB AND GAMMA,
Is at BORLAND'S. 99 Hariet strut.
j OtIT 2iIiUISIVI4U,
li freota antral of
G• ITER.% DADNGRALS AND NOOlB
At BOBLAND'E, 4.8 lisiket Moot
COMB AWAIT awl buy your pUllitt,
B1101:13 and CI krr RES at Oa talnst pica, at
BOEL&ND'b, 98 lisrktt street.
WALL PArlititly new and 4313.0i00
Warm, at n% and 15 seats, for eats by
W. P. LosSSIIs.I.L. SI Wrod moot.
'TAMYnL, LiOLM MU' HEMP
PRINTID GOLD P&PSII.
tie bt w. P. KAIGIBALL.
Cliff.lC:so.-100 boxes W. R. Cheeses
10 do Bookburgh;
50 do a:l6mo ;
J. 6 WaTIZI.D.
pheiciaunti-4u outs No: 1 in More
A. and tar We by .1 B. 041111111L0..
L
by l,UOO pip soft lialonst L -
for sea - . B. CIANIIIILD
Lbblo. White Larne for
by 7. EL WINFIIIILD.
DMAU Arriass—io bbu for sale by
Jen .I.D. annum.
VlAPuii.-1011 bble. best Yztra Idour
11.7 for oda by, J. 11. 0•11111ILD.
FUA rALIi.—A convenient two story
brick dwelling home, with book bulidlog t No.
26 Bose strait, Pittsbargh.
Also, • large, convenient and well.ftnish •
siory wick dweWng home, with book building, No.
21 lean street, between lint sad tocend streets.
A 1.,, a tweeter, brick dwelling hour, with beck
beildlogs, N 0.1119 &tend street, war MOM
All the above are in good order, and supplied wiiti
to and water.
A 1,,. • one siczy from., cottage dwelling. No. lit
Second strut, and the tweeters frame dwelling ed.
.lolniog. Both of then houses are in good order, and
satiable for man fainilio.
Also, • lot of ground on the northimedwardly aide
of Tint (tree, between Bass and Try streets, neer
Bois street. twins front o! fit het on rust street,
and extending boot tO het.
Tbe property Is situated in • desirable part
of the city.
for terms of sale soaps
t ies_uire of
WM. TOIION,
To. 101 filth ti street.
FARM FOR SALK OR RENT,
0011TILINING 41 ACIIIIM
VI culdir foam, sad to good state of ealthotlon.
The improvements oonalst of 5 war BRICK DWIL.
LINO, mooning 10 rooms; larite TSAI" BAB°
TRISAWT $609; with 6 room ; and good orchard
of young trunf. CIOAL under the whole form. 811
luta lu Baldwin townatilp about Bra mUr flop♦ the
city. Inquire of
GOODEL—Haring just returned
A from Oa Zeit. In
and
son in dors an =tan
eine ainortment of seam and dininibls
BOOTS AND 102C033115
idspted to the nrilln.
psalm as bs supplied ssith 'Apart 11 / 1 1810 Y
and ORILDBIN'a 131.10T8,0A11118S ud /*AMOY
BElvittlott a slight sdirance tbr cash, et
coma Woot !bait% do,'
%Wl=
rU Adb M. UNAUTUB• . ..
The andenfented ts petered Ur contract for
tut"' deIIystYIII:INTIMODOIS PCMINTP QUM
BAND in tarp or mall allontntro4t
Itzrzu non—Noss. EMI* , ir Sett ; Mao.
want BeT of the firm of B. L. flabnistootCo.
I Mn bene at the Motel darts PM ,
day, the 17th hnt. BLIIVAN
by moll, addrein
,
Mapleton, Heitloadms Oo ; Pa.
PrITINOIOII, July Ibtb, A.L.toISS. j
SSOOREWARD--I sm anihorized
by tho acttan of Oonstele to art cm'
norioun , DOWAgaltlWAßA Pt , " diaxm ,
TI end enmiotton WM, pare r= or poems, who nit
are to the balldirojs recently deetreytd to our olty.
Syleat B a BairMM. Jr , lhloe.
_
VfiTR&Y--Taken_ up, '-‘l 'tuau ir like.
.L'+ at Imp In the city, by era el the Uhl_
Watchmen'. on the night of /01.1 604 DN. owl
11.4tuu,,xu.z, no on u.• ambled:
from 12 to 16 years old. The ow: mlll Dome for.
Toni( Pore properly, pernbi sod has hoc
gm .or ate bo mold soosidlil to low. •
,r y eam 01111.1260 of Pollak
/SAVA.* carnal
Prnorg.l,l7 D. 28111L ti l
N
-1111EWARD..-.1 1 1
_1 )1 0 .4;W° B
.Lb DZIID DOLLARS BIIII4AD /or the arrest
Awe ocnnioticra dth• party or WI" 'II° ban b..@
letting Ors to tbs property of id 7 *now dilute of
Pittettart. D. O.DWDIDIt. 41,
I - Nato , .
Istaaw
W. B. usyss
uo Nor itaUlSi OW snort
lb Mad al lisvinew
latansal Immo MIN
Om. Penne rffebsinp. ^--
Gra W Gortrimesi diatellat. :
DATED_
..ate, • . 4 .0 .mil nwria. vonvoir
1161 lYtithsou peredi Indebted to the
latsitnstil Mts. WON ib ahem "ato
opted to wit intoti SLIPAPIPL
aty odebt• on int 11=41.121341=
SPV'' , • b P. DAIS.
bus
Ina la, leea.
L :.. ..
TT S. FL&GB.
LARGE FLAGS,
WM. P lOWAN
Homes, Poles, Fortifications, Ste.,
USIA Of MC Bl ln BIIIITIRGI
SILK AND SMALL FLAGS,
AT THII PI2TABOBGE FLAG iiNIIPAOTOSI
PITIOCIII SEWS DEPOT,
TUTU EITBZIT, OPPOBITI THZ P.O.
ABE YOU EXEMPT!
nu aomolst%olDcW.ditton of Ow CIONBCFBUN
VON LAW It sold at only 6 cents, at
II UNTIL
nIW TOR& DAILITS ass mitred rep•
LAT, is
BUNTS.
asitaad edition of Oa Er 8. •BHY UUULA•
TIONB, at
HII H Ts.
111 MILITAI 2001 i% as
HUNTS.
ISOLDMV WRITING DIES/1 sad BTAIION-
Zalr. POCK= lIIIIITANDe, Pont/mos. am.
suirs.
the 'Mehl list of DUMB= IXIMPTIifiI
PIMEMO jrgOIL 6 tentot
NOVELS, tor Oamp Basdbg, at
80HT8.
130150 BOOS% of all kinds at
i.
HUNT
oar Th. 00158011IPTION iieW and LIST Or
SIBMIrr/NO
D rraßONf
prill !BOK 11111
ELFT, mint post•pold, on frarl pt om
ADDB2BB,
JOHN P. HUNT,
NIIVER }MOWN TO FAIL 1
IROLITIC BLICUMIId Via[OHM
DYSINTEET, DIARIUZL. PLOT, °HOUMA
1101111118 AND 8U1D1731 COWL/LIST
The Immense Woe testify ta the meets of this
remedy.
The samerme daily reports seton'eldng rem
&Sten 10 1111410.
It ttee adventsals our any her remedy, at ono'
moles the Weems, sod ha tone and idsungth
to the system.
Is mai and henalem to the t, sad pewees' In
the Melt rms.
To the "dam, espedally Is Laminable, being
srpropiistely toned by tam In sum eaelleem,
" The Soldiers' Prised."
Mothers led It superior to y soothing syrup fee
Widnes Sothis& treed boa the !siestas' Mhects of
BAIIOO7IOO, olvot tat UP the sufferer by removing
the deem.
Sod ey r "mashie dealers everywhere.
Pece, WS OUTS A BOTTIM
A N A LY&b.—
- 1•7:
laud 49.90. If,
Mad= ....ALM
St LOUIS, MO.
en Oz. lan. 9A*.
Lisa .01.
111assano—.. .01. • L
100
' Havins secepts<ths q tr lb. sated lb.
auteba Chat dad• Bt. Lodi., 'to., ta
dts the attaitba of Wass • • Bad Ma nafsatoras
to the Analysts Oda sa repotted by holt.
A. A. Hap. of Bodoa. sad .1 0. Booth, .1 maid
plds, whisk, toptbar dth test se wind egad.
saw by lasauzars la •• • • • • Ms so than
sad Bt. Lando dstsnalass tt to Iss turd sad
I
most disable Olay now Imam, wbatbd MOM Kb ar
units*. rots dads Imo it bad stood in tbs
Olds Banda from 113(. to 9 mantles.
lbs Oadyds Is ad Obi Gay as tibia from the
mlno irttaast any •orradag of potsarstbso
10 pamina pal adbaddror said e s t
pada:4 which us ad skews by the a=
od d. dalt of tat adoadars of a bugs pdport lea
ad dull sir bland dry.
1 am now pa:_pad to All Win foe Ohs 'above
Clay, to be supp er from Bt. Loot. so delivered bus.
ALEX. GORDON,
NOTIO/L
Gomm=lagTWOßlDLr Y Mb; /1 . July 111tb, sai sidltig
Donato 63.
win sell try Auction, It his.Worskomq carom SW
soon4 sad Iflllosghby strolls, Brooklyn, 1; 161 1 4 . on
*wiry Thonslay dozlog lb, entire
ton el kb isaaslkolom sonussacling on WI&
DAT, July lOtk, MB, at 11 o'clock, whoa le will
albs ► toll Lao of
FUR AHD WOOL 'HATO,
Ot nary dawrlptlon, In lota to obit mamas. Ix
canna lb. attantion of ttoo toads to lbs above an
nooncentont, W.undondgad bop n gain that to
the Wow Whim mono the mow petaalplaa that km
chanatarlatel those of tb pen well be atrktly ob.
wood. 'bogy well not only embrace kb inters pre.
daction. bat those oe Wow maanbootorun eof
Mown ropettatbm, that severing to ow* male storied
and mopeds sinortsontl A ttylois 'doted to tba
Orebro well be ramrod I 'thus net OLP to ate
wind, and will en Mod astbdiotorely. •
lew Mao will km prepared kw bospoottal by Oar
biw oa. the morning id tbo oda.
TN aides canine well ta wdd without rawer% .
JAKIwi PaItIZIOW, dendlosaw.
imr Ootudibmanto' al I/atlas' Tremolos/a.
and Straw Moods, .n aolJa. and will to sold ow
Itvarablo Swam - .
&ALUM, YABiILL & 00.,
ND. 1211 len r4h stmt.
M. ALBS/10 3 0N a 00.13,
iattab • lbe
I=l
MEE!
man= tust.;nrra BTUU.
DIXONId
Till IKITZULS/113112131T 111
111.1 7 / 1 1012 01161
WX. F. DAVIDSON,
OUICIINNATI. 0
go. 111 81100/D 'TITS!
Important and preoptin w«tly tads Ulm of
HATS.
IN TNII OITT Or BILOOXLIN, L. L,
JAMLI H. PBI3IIICZ
unman PLY =LER kills Sias
budaitly, adtboat duvet° sadtblag das.
for mai by autos Joiarrox,
. .
emu, jialtlisal sad Waft draft.
\~~
'~ i=,
s " A 011 ANON I
Aiotbs! arrinl of
etarre Inns maths CALF WADI Ton .
MOOT 11-.
11111 - 0•11 and pt • par, at
IAIII ROBB'S,
No. I* XAIUT MINT
lIITCRELL.
MP. !aux a CO., N 0.185
it . eilimAJutabgrzek, Pc: Whalasal• Gra
asah Ortasatatas ataraaatai mat daalsni ta OOLIF
PROVISIOOII,_BACON,
111171118 MINX No alf.Al4; IMODIIOII.
TWA bunt' suos. maw amr? Dana
(.IWARMS y • - XLVIINT/UN
100 base lawn llonroo 131w000;
100 do etudes Calls' d
20 do Hasoblig doi
20 do intro Imp &Ism do;
_ 163 do common dcl
molar& cub* tisswislisi imam
ii atom sad for No 6d _
WASS
vs
Criaxivawill asteldiß Misr'
ths do 7 L
CLAM OP DI4IIIID Mss
rap surr
sc " " T a o sow BMX=
, • -000DtTIPIC- Tut
1111111&Te-11's has la dm 100
•••• "balls ~01t440, "' a t E 1010? k '
wens kI1'UAL13;10.11 - - fi
r:t.rit Iltr.OVP
ni t 1 J ae hi
IJXDII axonal alma, •
~f iIZABANOBI_SALB
33.41:EL ME.MIV/S.
59 Market Street.
DR i B GOO
CLOAK% 13111AWL8,
1-aa,oe Pc:•Mtls,
LACE SHAWLS,
LACE BORNOUS
D NA( GOO
HMV%
Orim4l•l4
lava*
Nutt '
Swots,
Madan,
Into Shawls,
Tkibst
Stilts
Lice "
"
De Warm •
.
Oishmares,
( 1:2 4 1 . 1 % 1 Pna1P
341ib1d124 •
Alpicarai
Grouid'oßeripe
Balecatl our.,
HOOP Rlete.
atillOna's WI%
74 1m8 e %
Lrae= l
i z 1 14
ldw M w c
ToibisLe"
!potted •
13wiii,
Swop "
amid Jul
Wool "
Osamu* "
Io Lbw "
Baas "
Children% "
Tana Silks,
Mooed "
Drew Om%
Rwasawl.
Loom,
Valsolw,
AT
ALEXANDE:II , BATES',
21 BIMI . IFIRBET.
w- Country Without, nippited nt reamuibto
•rime YOB GASH:
DRY GOODS I 'DRY GOODS I
M; , --Burchfield's,
MILLING AT
REDUCED PRICES
FANCY BILIS, vari asap ;
SWIM= DIMS GOODS, very cheap;
!}LL 1110012, very asap;
ILA{ MAXIMA% Ivry cheep;
BELIFiII I BRAWLS I very cheap;
wnrsl Owl sHAWLBI
Imp N . /Rhona of goods FILLING 01911.1?
11. Z. vOll. roma AID MAWR MS.
J le
AT fiRDIIOBD PRICKS I
To dose oat aux
lINIMERZTOCIK.
To avoid arming over any portion of oar 817 X
lIIM !TOOL, we hare detenabwd to
Reduce Prices to Such a Point
As will auks It an obpot etch masons to BUT.
• Oar saok et% jli= g
be y =V soi tie
NEW AND DEOLRABLE GOODS
tem lespnis, so thir e rwsig ea Wing
derehanta sad Dealers who bay for Cub
Wm ,tad no pion as In as in sal &dont bonus
EATON, NAOMI it CO.,
bit • Is. IT 1711111 UTZIPL
BARK= 00.,
59 111U.LRKET STREET
Sr In oonnoloonto of havlng to ohm
ow does be Willa days, sad to add as
gnat low ylklab would malt frost oath
sr daimon bike dotootatool to elm
sat ou hussars stedc mos. All goods
Ida to lurked at poke" to Mt= thilk
buiectiota law
4111: GRRATRST BARGAINS
WI &T IMINt cared
WILL 2.11 SOLD THIS WM,.
COUNTRY gronismits AND
luerm mum& al th• de, Ma=
Weft tom% ragretialy bffileil to
lumon. menu swims,
7Y8801D1911116 818110/11% 8DO1:13.
LA.OI eoownumaa
ARA thwrigisumall 'Marla sir Iles of buihass.
liwa.ll/bsionds Degaddad, as Lid wad sad
Dad Salm sdll Wigwag isdards• samstsmats
the ludas saii above: Ws Owners 1 d
aeon how album, assal ORS id* ass WNW
at %ctn. vs sus ess thelbsaDdalqa the cIIDR
sad prior di fad gosis.' . •
D. 4 O. QM&
NUMMI' & GLIDE,
WUNTSI antsunanut *LW
BATON. 11Lt11311111111 & Co.,
No& 17 AID 19 Vim 91&1119.
_
isignigoo. Oaraguarg - •
zneeda, adagio. amain. ogia, •
.
I,OBIIIIIT, *LAVAL . IMMIX; TA
iIIaLkWAIIII AZII.IIO2IaIIII.
no taw FM at irlikb grime Ins
esaks isill_rtigimi___lallmosaie to MT sill
00IIITIT 11114.11110111 v.!
ogranso, ore Web, In buil sob", -
usillsres
TIABIB nllOlll7OB,
r .
eninirWOIPIMID - 11111316,
, dineteceild. lirt• kl*N 61111810
r::::.,:1:;...• . ..,.;,.:',:.,0•: - .l, , r;s!ii:i
ii.iiiitkii.'4,4iNi.,,..,
art TT/18.44Jact -
lam sailor by Woe Eatt . trirsoled for
bal i r US% 0 . Magao2lll. 0.4 •••
JAL Dal ILICLI. & "N.
U Maai7o Wu. «IL
BARGAINS IN MERROIDEBIEEI,
Jll6 7B it.r .L bat. Ton-th I,l7lw:toad
°LOSING OUT OBEAP,
soErtm AND n LOU%
tor Ladles, Gentlemen end wah,.
7 $ market et ., tat, fourth Z Mamma:
1 , ..1 7.
I
SMOKER MTEMBICIEG GOODE
Gleam eat at very low prima at
15 78 111.ast et.. bet. Veurtb pinion&
NEW GOODBI
'MOOED PlllO.llBl
mail, DiaIBLELI MAD OWILLT _
DRY C De
Jost meted et
Lan:, WOY a 00.'14
Elwin Miudis,
Domessilo
'tads Gotha,
Duiask LIAM
WAWA%
Doelies,
To n%
Lira%
Disrms
Lima Lawn.
0rM31,,',„ •
Oustorris.
Tweeds,
Jour, • •
Nanksini,
Oettoeado, •
Bliait'g Millar
1t rrtu lbasnela.
o.
LW WILINGRAL 'lll2aUft. 1113.0 m.
4MUSAREM"I'S.
ii.mitscedo irma,
H.A BIBLIN'S
COMBINATION TROUPE,
%MIST NIGILT TUB WIZICI
summeaT PIIORBAIIKE I
axis or Tam 01E811
PANTOMIMED I
I:=1
A =AVM, ON rsoosaitial zwzr NIGHT.
our Grand liana's -an SATURDAY ANTRA.
NOON, COZZINICLIE at 3 o'clock, lor Ike aosradao.
dation of Ladies and Children. . •
Ladles.
Admission Ticksts tar Children, 10 OZN IS;
end asallasen's Tickets, SS 011iTtt.
-
or Vatting , Performance, don open 734
cealook—to catanianc• at lectoct.
Attialatlath 25 OINTS.
1117
puumwors
PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS,
001114X12 WITH MID /JAW= MOM
'id and Dd stoass, ova Richardson 's Iveslry Stoma
PHOTOGRAPHO, et every she mid style, pleb or
relined, tram the popular Cate de Malts to Cabtost
end LW Size.
P 1741741.15102 would rattleolwrly osl tbs se.
. •_
tealionof exec= LIDe. WI SOON&
laity of this cotabligumot, bolsi yam:ha
ile shaft Med of stain.
Mgr Plum NODILTI. mad "satiOctionl
GOLD BORDERED
WINDOW SHADES,
GHIHN, 880* AND LIGHT. OOLOM,
Mir and elegant patterns, Jot received at the
NEW OARPET STORE
McFarland, Collin . Sr, Co.,
Dames ths Pane Osnos iind Main* Bowan.
JIIBT OPENBD.
NEW CARPETS.
By mamas nu& In the anent ilocruninn or the
Distant Kuksts, we ars nostrbig t 1• annul pet.
Was In BILIIBBIII4I and 1210BAINS. sad sze lab
to Oar • ponytail morttoont of .
Carpets, Yloor Oil Clothy Mailbag,. it,
Ina s nry tarp r,lxotic . ,ta priu;ss.
OLIVER itraLITOWE a co.,
BEIMORD BPIIINGEL •
Mb maks maim risitStrlll - bs %sod tbs
sccoss at vlttlanksa th. lOntlat
=LT, and will be Apt spot WS lat of OctsbOS
iballotsl will bounds US plump - of sqieless4
allaigent 113 4. 11131 OSPlaWA awls Os
Ors satin asambottau to goats. tst
- has.
The Bedford Mated wAt bb completed fn a Mw
dys to *oust Males Ilbstlos. Its sad ons Atilt albs
oast s(,lkAltal, and boot Pant Putosital 01 / 1
ha oompd to the Opebtst In glut our bobs Ma
an* 'arrlLPlll2lMbk sari be wads to nab
- away sad ladtvidosts with' Bodbrd War_ Is
stssasztestbs.st th.
Ise bat lbstst i .) mu galksAt
bar*, ( )19tit
bait burg. o*,) 10 ou.
All odes addirAM to IL AADABWIty Bstb -
And, promptly Alia, and Astor sent to any yid ot
tbs sours . It Is isdesbls that' ysettoutis dleso•
ions should be (,less Obi mottos banal.
PasonrstblAg nom, seem Inks/sin= MOPE.
tug lb* eistbssi, gin plows sdassii_u_ ^ 2/111 TAO.
PAIATOIIit UMW Spntlels.
D° °.
ot&Pissuats.ll cartes oil CSIZO3IIO
Ebner botkpl WIN ortil thattlissos..Sy know
scolkod tho lois of Illortridg Wooer 13 ea
Drodialso,OrStollOSS Pan.
BOARD issy bs Scri.irUh Trogromit, try Pothole
too Wood., at recooscSio ratio, In the Doctor's
Lottorisiitylsi tor
Wars or father trams.
ttoownt to orcasilt. ___oonrorot. Ofikeasidtaddissi
at MS BOUM MUD RUDA Plit=
Dorntrtrootor Wog o - ISOLCIO Se Well es
port cabs cltr. • - -- •
*root about lortutrossourrock
IiwUPWE Miff
DAMAGE MOH TES UOLD 001111—,
.E. istabligud r taow pmssei
Ws. out sisdposits frau say wise ../.Isis,
Lad se exast ai eltiost yswiss Orla mei NW
I MIVie *Psis ss im mm4l B == .
!Ms sisms* -Sum • mrsepsoa wry
1 1= iossidels sklandossisay ise
pss irsssii lsseiLtverportlM
.
OfrieskAsEallolitig,
iodh oso d'""1""' Al Mnful Alma: Plifttono.
MANHOOD,• ROW LOST!: HOW -
1.=:11113T0311D hied pabWLd.S a valid
vol ma enter ♦ Loam at- Oa NA-
P2=I,IIIIIIATAIST AND Balacklicrum
at z "Tagai lmi takiaa la n
awimuaramilitati
traa aguaraso,a4-lits
wY~ l 4 16 - .sataa_o( •liammAßook M"A
Dose to Tbearad acaonn." dat gala oak
ta pan invidepoi taysaterrivave
atilt of asatyllt two pogo" mai* OIL
.1.0.,11LU1N10 Alma - Oilar Tat. Oais
Si:aft - I
---% kr - WrISINBINTRO)Irrd. Worms
• .oa,;r..lsdzir Dolan of LHaappr OMPIt4OOII*II I X .
, 111*Ibitillat a illittragallYSEO d 'n ma aped
vstari MO auk WWI , itimit OPUM di .
IRMO Us tam at Ado ow 01114111111= 0 1
Illslolll l llllk inniiM Iltailos. ~ Ala Me
lot. seas elm, with *id*Wilt:dam tows.
Arcs p4c.• ard tiour apkr to ‘, 1-
- 41 u, , ,... - Lateraanist a conotirimus a
IgOTIUM,We : 4110thi0 Oa'
'4Ol - 'O4 WA or IL/IMAM imilWassellgellm
-,erinursaisreink. ibilijitestacankois Non.
• mit
ylivt , K. v , occi,
• • 1 .
Plthbar{h, Jai Ist, 1383, lr I:14
M.A.CIIIIII.k. maim,
HAOSIIi• s GLYDriI,
8Li031311 8 CILYDEV,
NITELOPUtIi MINSTRIELATI
couto vocuaanit
TXTBANABANUA A.
Prrniaraaw, rA.
FIFTH STRICIfT,-
irrnit MUM