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JOKII Y. DRAWL
The Draft in the 23d District.
The publication of the Manes of than
sone drafted In the 234 Ilistriot we continue
from tho outelde of thle warning's - paper.
The following sub-dlstrlets of i.nestrong
eiro4 were semploted yesteidni elternoon.
Thnientilsdng districts of the county will be
&moiled of to•dq. emnizenoing with Kitten
Martin L. Hashunt,
Ju. R. hiszwell,
Wm. H. Withlogton,
Wm. S. Elwood,
Smith S. Jask.
Wm. H. Emory.
David 8.. P. Alehouse,
Lewis Mandel 4
Abraham J. Bilge,
Alex. J. Hums,-
Ow. W. Bruner,
Muds J. Logan,
Joshua Lentz, _
Emory E. Stitt,
W. J. Llinplinalbr
panels 3. atity
. John C. Boyd,
Wm. Lee Wolff,
Solomon Rose, ‘.....
Chambers W. Wolff,
Qom A. Toting,
Samuel M. Snaky.
John Kruse, •
Daniel P. Stanford,
John G. King,
Allthon . y.Kealta,
John N. Thou,
Mora I. H. R. Cling
I 70111111111 P.
Henry 0. Dice. .
Lebanna W. !Omer,
Jams 0. Barr,
Andrew S. Gufkrie,
Anderson S. Marshall,
David J. Kira,
Willa J. MoGeary,
James P. Shirley,
Adam B. Miller,
Jacob A. Grin,
Burp O. Ahhouss,
Patsy N.J. Lang,
W. P. Jackson,
Pater C. Hum,
Wm. H. Blager,
- Giorgi Balr,
.shred K. Ball,
3 5 :01 Yasoksan,
it, m , rf rad our,
Wra. C. Burr,
' Wra. Porter,
Joha I. Walker,
Augusto 0. Prugh,
John H. Noniron,
• Walla Blakely,
David J. Valuer
• Gauge Patermen,
Seand Nalbarger, ,
Jowl' Thomas, jr„
0 Wiah Mutt.
Jots 0. Scott,
Ju. R. Parka, •
Reuben N. lismshry,
Capt. Risher's Company.
We breve been minuted toribUsh
statement of facts in reference to the 3oOree
permed by Copt. lishat's company,of West
Altikees, Merest county, recently ordained
home, , The evmpeny la composed of ensil
ing oltlsonsi fume?" and others, who', left
their lames end inuluesifir the purpose- of
assuitlag - in the - Minos of the Butts, cinder
the coil of till Governor for three months'
mow They; Teat law Ooh. WOotabi' Regi
ment, whore, as they allege, they wore badly
created--dsavieg been promised a represents
tiogi in, the regimental organisatios, !blob
=aliessuently bald thus. This mated
dissetisfaction, and die men' del
ABM they would not go out of tho State m
iler Gel. WOombs, although they <were wit-
Beg to go -anywhere under another own
meads& When **question was finaltf de
- mnal.sod, • bete majority was in . favor of
rsiestep to go beyond the Mats limits under
Col. nt'Ociatti ; and • request to to trans
. Sere& to 'a particular rogimmit which they
. ati4piatiOl 111 . 1 reused by Gen. Brooks.
gave . sism - Persdission, however, to join
• =at of OA. Galway, then under
orders for a She destinatios der , but
skis thsy dosilaitd. Renee the orwas
4 issued, mulling Qum to evil up their ;arm,
etothing, eta. Irak& had Wan itumished by
Being without clothing or imbsistonoo,Gen.
diva ordered Umai to return home, to await
the casts the-GeversorE They' ' t 0 Dot
disbanded, softiies have - they bees sant home
" in disgust: Neither mesa* nor diagram
• can properly Misch, tokhilt talked to go out
side of the Mats: They had an undoubted
legal n ight do eo, under the terms of their
- azt t o tOn These men—exalleat men
and patriotic tinniest—had Wont , sound and
diustiatiad at the singed bad tnatinest which
they had received; and, wills anxious and
willing to go wherever their duty . *God them,
lelt justified in let
the tight to refuse, in ardor - thanikey, 14;M
,—, get from calks the cemmand of ono who: had
- 4 memo shoo:Joss to Gam. Misstate about
• • theillsto, and we leavo the public to form their
otrin Dzan:—Tbe bod,y of a man named
;-)t i teght; woo foss& dad on Tamday stoning
. Saar St. Glei Tie body maa
L o ud by a eldld of the dammed, lying in a
path sot tor 40 aMs r•ddinon• iusth
„ o wed -to bait leenWoil froas-physbmi
utaatiosy h t,osty ova lomaor in
4 1 1* blitY°o lol4*
AM . y Corrempoalisiie.
CIAXP OP APPILL*I7 7 . 001.3,
• • ; Aurs or US Posor4o,
July 14, 11363.
At the risk of repeathig mach that yea =7
have thiady rooottiol, I propose to sond3on
a hw :Mu of the tito great battles at Getty-
The Artillery Reserve Corps, (to which My
opportunities for observing were chisfiy eon
.firied,) is ii - , %Nu ,orginization. consisting of
some thirty or forty batterles,and commanded
by Gen. Tyler, which was instituted by Gen
Hooker site the battle of °holistic:TlC&
The superiority of artillery under this system
—acting as • separate and independent arm
of the service--was fully demonstrated at
Gettysburg, where the commanding General
was enabled at any moment to reinforce any
threatened or weak point 'in our lines with i
fresh batteries with the ransom- celerity. The
First and Eleventh Corps were the only Union
coops engaged .on Wednesday, the first day
of the battle. • I
The Reserve Artillery arrived at Gettysburg
on Thursday afternoon, July 2d, by a forced
march from Taneytown, thirteen miles in the
rear. After devoting a few moments to rest,
and to discassingorith Pmentoffieers asimbled
near headquarters, the events and probabili
ties of the coming. battle our attention was
attracted by a dropping infantry fire which
had been going on on the left from the time of
our arrival, which now began to sesame the
proportions of a local battle.
A ride along the lines was proposed, to find
out the exact position and bearing of our
lines. My horse having strayed away, I was
not able to accompany the party, but darted
after them in a few sulautie. , Saving alma
the road taken by them, I rode directly to the
Gettysburg Cemetery, which was the highest
point of our liae, and over-looked the field.
The enemy ware reported in force in the woods
about a mile is our front. I learned from
several Genera officers that an immediate at
lack was expected ; the only difference be
tween them being as to when the attack
'would boas, Some insisted thatan *Utak in
force would be made on our left, and that
very soon--(which proved correct) others
were of the opinion that . the enemy's iglu
displayed on our left, were simply a deli to
draw our attention from the right, where
they looked for the main assasit. . A moment
efterwarisi the, rebel-artillery opened fire on
our left % I knew the "ball had opened, 'and
galloppedbacklowards the Eerie of notion. I
found COL .31a1Uney's reserve batteries mov
ing up to the support of Gen. Sickles' corps,
whose advance bad brought on a general en
gagement on our left center. This was shout
4 o'clock r. a., of Tay 21. A terrific confilet
ensued for about two hours, during which
time Sickles' corps maintained their original
Capt. Randolph (Gen. Sickle's Chief of Ar
tillery) was wounded, and his corps artillery
turned over to the command of Colonel Ido-
GUvery. Gen. Sickles having been wound
ed, sad his (the 3d) corps greatly outnumb
ered, the corps was compelled to fall back,
contesting every inch of ground as they
withdrew, and retiring in good order to the
second line of battle. The second line wee
reinforced by fresh batteries from the ar
tillery reserves, and another desperate stand
was made by the Union fowls. The rebel,
charged and surged against our lines, but
*add not break them. The enemy were
completely replied, leaving our forces in
possession of the contested ground. The ao
don dosed at dark, and boat forces awaited
morning to renew the battle.
On Triday, July Ild, skirmishing was kept
up front daylight until a quarter before one
o'clock p. in., - when a trenamdetts artillery
lire was opened by one hundred and fifty
pieces of the enemy. They paid putioular 1
I attention to our artillery corps, the guns of
1 which were in full view. This fire we' the I
mostippid and deafening of which it is pos. '
sible to conceive. ion SA hour and a quarter
they fired as rapidly as they could load, and
their guns could bear the printers of fire. We
had in the meg n ing thrown up impromptu
breastworks be d which our men were or- I
used to shelter themselves. The superiority
of our artillery over that cf the rebels wag
never more apparent than upon this occasion.
Under the judicious and skillful manage- 1
west of Col. MeGlivery (who is second in
command of the artillery under Gen. Tyler,)
our guns were not Permitjed to lint a single
shot-until the enemy had expanded about tan
thousand rounds of ammunition without do
ing oar men any considerable damage, when
they seemed to abandon their effort to draw
our fire, and until their fire had slackened.
Our artillery was then concentrated upon par
%Under batteries of the enemy for • rem
I.ollllth ; our guns were fired slowly and with I
great care and precision, when the lactate,
singled were uniformly trivia helterakeiter
froM the held. Then came the rebel infantry
pouring out of the woods and moving in
solid columns over thd fields which bad,
until now, separated the opposing armies.
The enemy made two charges—the first divot
ly upon MeGlivery's Reserve batteries, and
were broken and repulsed by the artiller y , and
•-•ribly slaughtered in their retreat by the
faint- .-.. None of them entered our Vanishes
" -isoners. The second and grand
except as I , '''. by Ewell on our right, and
char g e was me " -, ft and centre. In this
Lougetreet on our .. • a _,,___ __,_
batteries h" h=ed""arlia:
fire upon Longstreet, and . , u
vengeance for the losses lanai.'" , t resist
brays fellows on the previous day. . c_ .
thie grand onset of **rebels every eoldi.7 I ,',
den , Gen. iffeedee command was engage:'
Every corps, division, brigade, and Regiment
performed its data' nobly. The rebels were
seat broken sad discomforted across the fields
and to the shelter of the woods beyond. They
never rallied from the crashing effect of this
repulse, but stele Sway in the night, for the
banks of the Potomac'. •
The loss of the in thus battles en,
the heaviest they ht r ue sffred during the
war. I was informed by a rebel prisoner to
day, that he wee present when the rebel Gen
eral Lee visited the boat...field, on Friday
enrols& after their fi.nal repulse, and that he
wept bitterly at destmetion of his dray
and the overthrow of his hopes el a esecessful
The spirit of the Army of the Potomac ma
never better than now, although they howl
to catch and finish the rebels elder Lee be
fits they could get across the Potomas. Since
therluive learned that the rebels have escap
ed, they-have within a few hours, and Mace I
commenced writing this Letter, again tinekled
on'their knapsack', and hare amid) =stroll
ed, on an average, a dhrtanoe of twenty-flu
tiles in pursuit of the flying vandats.
• lIILDISTOII Bowman.
1 Robert J:. Mamma,
Hugh H. Sift', •
Sohn A. Ditamit,
David Shaw. •
Joseph , Olidgensmith,
Henry Singh, •
1 Prank A. Smith,
David J. Delaney,
George W. Rupert,
Lar 01 CASUALTIES HAEPTOI . I BATTERY.
Cl*pt. Irish, dash wound is thigh.
Lint. J. S. MilNr,- woundod in In, U-.
Privates Adam Both, Ken& and Ktight,
Sergt. J. B. Todd, wounded, sew may.
Corp. H. B. Drava, arm and hip, slightly.
Corp. B. B. Park, kg, slightly.
B. Y. Weymas, hoe, severely.
Hugh Purdy, hes and lost, merely.
George Noble, abdomen, slightly.
James Barrett, side, slightly.
J. K. Hubert, leg, severely.
H. A. Kidd, leg, severely.
J. B—Bsokar, feet, slightly.
Sargent Bitoltio, hot, 'slightly.
Dennison and - Peters; hip, slightly.
linam 91 Burruipt.--No one atlicted •with
this disease, need waste time in the hops of I
oared or relieved without resort to a
trap or other appliance of a proper kind and
adapted by apeman wartlike& by experience,
to do so: By reforms to. the list of dire oat
whloh ditqualify from 'dairy duty, nip tare
wiU be famed to be one qtWow them. (see seetant
27—official list of diseases.) impor
then, it b to every one to apply fora proper
remedy in due time. Dr: Riper of 140
Wood street, has glum hill a liartinte to the
Mies of tresses, and all who cellos him will
no doubt bo properly dealt with.
On. Lu SO WWI 'PIZ ,
that 6110.:Iisa imago • latter to Presidstit Lin
coln complaining that Gen. Meads monld not
Whim so forth on n summer warsion. As
to the truth of this . mishit , * our doubts ; but
done thing wo ars anti/sly satisfied,o.,
tbni MenslaFid, Pitthatiasf, 03 kinds
Orlhaaciallipar than other
your Mosey by eattybad It loon
i L lour podosiso all it. Pinot% opposite
9cat Obis, and parotid* pottsesude oat
;alb bitsksleatkin. •
Pebs.6s eno Abuts,, at
oppositsthi Post Ofiai,.;--
far 'Algtut.aitt lat had at Plttoakta
✓ Opposite tke Pat Onos.
Coasournoa Lsioonplett mai 15 attar
i'1409101 opposite Sirt rOet Oleo!
fiii - LATISTNEws
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gwen.
WAKIILIGTON, July VI, 1863
ORME& IN iItLATIOII TO TIM OBtYT.
The follywing is a full text of Provost Mar
shal General Fry's cirauLr, contradicting
Goy. 13eymmay's etatement that the enforce
ment of the daft had been euspended in New
York : •
[otscumsa so. 48.1
PHOIroST MAIINITAMB 0171011. •
Washington, July 16, 1863.
The operations of the draft lately ordered
in the New England and Middle States,
though in most Lehman completed;or now,
in progress, without opposition, have, In ona
or two eities, been temporarily Interrapted.
Provost Marshals are informed that no orders
have been Lanett countermanding the draft.
An adequate force "has leen ordered by the
Government to the points where the mend
ing' have been interrupted. provost Marshals
will be sustained by the military foroes of the
country in enforcing the draft in accordance
with the laws of the United States, and will
proceed to 'minute the orders heretofore given
for the draftee rapidly as obeli be prsetioable,
by aid of the military forces ordered to co
operate with end protect them.
[Signed,] Jiuss B. Per, P. M. Q.
6111/10171 AND Tall DZAPT.
A statement is authorised that the New
York World', assertion that SOT. Seymour had
not been notified of the intention to execute
the draft, is utterly, unfounded. Seymour wae
duly notified by a letter from the Provost
Marshal General, ;that orders had bees sent
to New York city for a prompt commencement
of the draft, filth the list of the several dis
tricts which, was to be made, the number of
men required from each, Ao. Ile wee further
notified that the records from which the cal
culations, as welt: as the calculations them
selves in determining the quota, are on the
the in this °aloe: They are impartial and
claimed to be entirely correct; but if an error
should be discovered and pointed out to them,
it will be duly corrected in the next subtle
quint draft. I beg that you will do all in
your power to enable the officers sating under
me to complete the draft promptly, effectual
ly, fair and ettectessfully.
TIN rumour's DISPATCHES TO MIIDI.
The President gent two diepatches to Gen.
Meads urging an immediate attack, saying in
one that he thought all appearances indicated
that no other occasion would arise offering
cirmunstaactes so propitious to us and so un
favorable to the rebels.
In the council of war, Generals Sedgwick,
Sykes, French, Flay, and Slocum voted
against, ant GelereL Meade, Howard, Pleu
anion and Wadsworth, and Warren and Hum
phreys of GAIL lkleade's staff, for an attack.
Had the movement been made at the time
suggested, but forty thousand tibial would
have been to fight, twenty thousand having
The following certificates of authority to
commotion the national batiks, have teen
sued. The first national bank, Cincinnati,
;1,000,000; the Ant national bank, Mari
etta, Ohio, ;60,000 ; the first n atittnal bask,
Washington, Jay Cooke k Co., $OOO,OOO ;
,first national bank, Portsmouth, N. if.,
$100,000; the first national bank, lowa city,
00,000; the Out national bask, Castillo
Pa., $40,000 ; the first national bank, Mich
mond, Ind, 1110,000; the first natiena
bent, Lafayette, 150,000.
Boman 01 mat. P►tlolaaa II otla 'LIDS.
The following statement of :libel "dewier'
now in our hands Is ballered to be nearly if
not quite *meat: On band at Memphis, 4,000;
at Port Delaware, 0,000; taken by Meade at
Gettysburg, In revelry fights eines, and ►t
Willisumport, 26,000; by Gen. Greed, 31,100;
by Gan. Banks, 12,000; by 0211.', aoioo/11114.
' 4,000; by Gen. Sherman, 2,000 ; by General
Prentiss, 2,000: making in All a total of
36,000-77,000 of which were talon on and
since the 3d of Jai,.
In the statement of the number of esbe
prisoners In out hands, folwardad in a riot
ous dispatch, tha number taken by Mead.
•bonld hays been twenty-tour thousand in-
staff of twenty-aiz thousand 1
We now hairs ever fire thousand rebel al
ms la our hands, Isom General's down. The
opening is an enerillent.ono, for Jeff. Davie to
try his retaliation for hanging his spies.
rue 'tours ur ewer TOIL.
The statement made by the New York Pat
that the draft in New York wu to be us
pude" far technical seasons in relation to the
difficulty of hecertehlhsg the truss credit to be
given to thelltirty days' Wilda is inoorrwst.
No such question has avian; or been presented
to the Provost Mucha General
anuesnes os lILIITID.
.114osoro have been lying through this and
the outs= cities to-day of the surrender of
Charleston. , They ate not believed well
founded. It to sustain that Gilmore means
business, butat hie not been time yet for news
from him even if he rltid %hen the city. •
Secretary Stanton has decided that a non
oommissioned ;doer who has been discharged
for promotion before his term 'spires are en
titled to a bounty done hundred dollars. This
decision was made in tarns* to a letter from
J. 0. Wetmore, Ohio State Agent.
inanitAirtv or v,in man&
Burgeon General lituntoond speaks of the
inhumanity of the rebels in leaving eleven
thousand wounded at Gettysburg, with only
six 'tarpons to attend them, 111 unparalleled
Oil. Lllell Mall Al wuctinaTia.
Oen. Lee's armj are reported mostly at
Winchester. Ric adularia may be at Front,
Royal, and the chinos for catching him are
rapidly diminishbtg. Oar army Is not far
from Harper's Pony.
rums ZUKOI COMMOTID
It le not true, as we an enabled to state
upon the authority of the Beoritary of 'War.
that any Orders have bun given in any shape
or in any saner to supeadthe draft (*New
u lUD TALL 01 OILLIIIMITON.
The It that Oharluton has bun taken
Was telegraphed by Gen. ILoseoranr, who de
rived the :Information from his somata at Chat
.112 11711111101%. INDIANS
Letters from the expedition sent againit
the Minnesota Indians, say that no enemy
ham been found, and that the soldiers are wont
out and are anxkme to parch South against
Remora born ea indbonat hope, that Goa.
Grant has boon pat in command of the Ann,
of lb* Potomac, lirmnfonsdod.
tianoral Cosby gm, to Dew York to mond
Gummi Dix, who started this riming. an.
:Dia will rosoillllow York to-morrow.
soils Ott xtva•riorriu. ; •
The' alai of lioirtwoothor for lii,amnia to ollt 0.090.000•
CISCRILAIL outcnnornro Du.Arrzu um,
P 107057 IllAus Bran;; 'e °ems,
Wsehington, D. C , July 17,1863.
Circular No. 47.—Drafted men become sol
diers of the United States by the fact of their
names hawing been drawn in draft. The
notification served on theit by a Provost
Marshal is merely an announcement of the
act and an order for them to, report for duty
at a designated time and plsise.
The following opinion of non. Wm. Whit
ing,' Solicitor of the WarDefartment, pd.
lashed for the information of ail concerned:
When a person has been drafted, in pursuanee
of the enrolment sot of March 3d, 1853, notice
of mob draft must be served within tea days
thereafter by writtan'or printed notice, to be
served on him personally, .or by leaving a
copy at his last place of residence, requiring
him to appear at the rendezvous to report for
duty. Any person failing to report for dutyi
after notioe Is left at his iast place of rest- .
dance, or served on him personally, without
furnishing substitutes or paying three hun
dred dollars, it pronounced:to be a deserter,
he may be arrested and held for trial by court
martial and sentenced to death.
It a person, after being drafted arid before
receiving' notice, deserts, the notice may still
be served by leaving it at, his bat place of
residence, and if be does not appear in so
oordance with the notice, or furnish a substi
tute, or pay three hundred dollars, he will be
in law, a deserter, and mist be treated ac
cordingly. There is no Way or insurer in
which a parson once enrolled cap escape his
public duties—and wheni drafted, whether
present or abeent, whether he changes his
residence or absconds, the right of the Uni
ted States agalfrat hlm areescured, and it is
only by the performance of his duty to the
estuary that be will esolie the liability Lobs
treated as I criminal.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette
PHILIDILiRIA, July 17.—The Anny of the
Potomac Is now in and about Berlin, Md.,
where it will remain only to rut the men end
hbrses, both of whom lasted much from long
and lodgement marches. Our position gives
eas the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and men
can sully be supplied wiile provision.
Lee is pushing rapidly for Richmond, and
both °Mears and men of the rebtlarmy regard
their position as disperse*. The rebels do
not number over forty tliousand men, and are
movies as rapidly as poisible, to utter confu
sion, without military . order or discipline.
Our *atilt, are peeshisig them closely, and
are on the mountain between Harper's Perry
and Martinsburg. They bring in hundreds
of deserters, who are willing prisoners.
Lee, It is probable, may escape battle and
reach Richmond, from whieb plate depend, all
his siipplies. From one who 'Roused his re
treat, It is positively stated that the whole
1 rebel army is very moots demoralized, and
L tbat It wil be works of weeks before they
up to the standardwhen they entered Penn-
The draft puled off quistly, without the
lout sign of disturbance. No troable is an
ticipated,. only in one. or two of the wards,
but gigatitie means -have beim taken tumult
A number of Philadelphia Wolves :►turned
!coin New York to-day. They had no spoils
MGM MORTAR NEWS
Charleston In YossMoD of the
Nesnetu.s, July 17.—Nsoranosived ftdna
Chst.tanooga says that Charleston is in pos
sossion of the Federal'.
Major General Gordon (banger takes com
mand of the District of the Camberland. Ills
headquarters are at Nashville,.
The Mayor's Proclamation... Loss by
the Lute Riot, atc.
New York, July 17, 1863.
To 11" Cilia... o/ New York:
The riotous assemblages haVe been dis
persed, and bushes is running its usual
channels. Few symptoms of disorder remain,
exoept in a small dletriot in the eastern part
of-the city, comprising a part of the 18th and
Slat wards. The police areeverywhere alert.
eullicient military fordo B now here to Sup
prase any illegal movement however formida
ble. Let me exhort you, therefore, to pursue
your ordinary bus tour, ood .zecdally avoid
crowds. Bernath yoteoy 01 1. t,or bonus, ex
cept when engaged to business, or assisting
tbis authorities to some organized fora.
When the military appear in the struts do
not gather about It, it being seen that it is
doing its duty in obedience to orders from su
perior authority. Your homes and your
pleas of business you have a right to defend,
and it is your duty to protect them at all
hassrds. Yield to no intimidation and no
demand for money u the price of your safety.
It any person warts you to desist from you
accustomed butte's, give no heed to the
warning, but arrest the parson aid bring him
to the ,nearest station house for punishment
as a oenspirator. Be assured the public au
thorities have the ability and the will to pro
toot you from those who have eonspired alike
against your peace, against the government
of your eholoe, and against the laws which
your representatives have ensoted.
. (Biped:] Geo. OPDTKI, Mayor.
Fire Marshal Baker's estimation of the
losses by Sr., during the late riot, foot up
over 5600, 000 .
Between Monday morning, the 13th, and
Thursday night, the 16th inst., 34 fires oo
Now You, Jai, 17...-Bssorll, Wool and
Brown have been released from mamma.
amt. Corby 111111=1111 command of the Dr
Ipartment of the But.
!, Morrie Boyle was arrested yesterday, on •
!thugs of shooting at the Policemen and sot
'fliers, and was looked up to a station holm.
Judge biothinn promptly Issued a writ of ha.
bass corpus, returnable at three o'olook to- day.
but there Wag • redone infonnality in the
writ, the prisoner was retained, and has beau
removed to the military Tthrters.
There are some 6,000 troops now in the city,
and regimentheintinue to arrive.
No distarbanbe has yet taken plat» to-day.
The Pod oast Qin. Cathy eaperoedes Gan.
Brown by the order of Gen. Wool.
It Is andirstoOd that tke Mayor will Bane a
proclamation Ails P. tt., aneonnolog the vir.
vast oupprottiott. of the dot, &bids' oiti
seas to arm:themselves to protect their lives
and property from predatory °nitwit.
dome 80 rioters were killed by the killg i ment, last night. The report of theing
of 16 out of the 7th regiment li not tras.
A sputa dispatch to the Pod says; The
rebels have not yet moved out of the Shanatt
A late arrival from Rlohniond 'reports that
there ts . gull gloom there over the recent
Union triatorise. .
Patatosanua, July I.7:—Riportn an in
eiroulakdon In the city that Charleston bee
bUn captured. A rebid picket la reportad to
have told the story t that Beauregard his
evacuated and burnt Charleston. This lut
statement Is Mad to hove
hame via Chatty..
noose. Nothing reliable bun reostmd
in regard to R.
The draft in the 16th ward of tils 01t7 has
been compiev.."in a quiet mid ordoely masses.
Aa Attelitred 26101 suPP
Bombe, allot.--do rowdies attempted .
to get upl rortsmouthilt. 8., last
lint they wore stumitarily tquolohed by
the ,Mayeiterith a poem of pollee and Gitlin&
Three, of Ma 'boding rioteri 'wire badly
wo ungeg; 4..astseiment or madass &maths
tura yard gild a ocdepsuy l trotlei gond.
tittles' rpessaitodio,7 W bat the mob
.was gm iota tlttot h k.
hie 'Moe blot maid-
Great..E.xcitement in Central Muds
sippl..-At Fright near ;Jackson; Telt.
nesece...The Rebell ticketed.
Exurens, July 15'-Gen. Undbare noun
report great excitement and, consternation
throughout central Hissbuippl, owned by
Gen. Sherman's movements. Cattle, h
mules, and negroes wore being rust across the
Tombigbee river at ovary ferry ; • large nem
her of the latter were trying to make their way
into our lines. Col. Hatch, of the 2d lowa
cavalry is in command of the force in purimit
of the rebel bands north of the Memphis k
Charleston Railroad. He encountered Her
mit, Bittles,und Newsome, with 2,000 mount
ed men—lv fight commenced at the fork of
Deer Creek near Jecluon, Tenn . Col.
Hatch gained p ion of the piece. Col.
Hatch followed them. Our loss is 13 killed
and wounded- The rebel lout is 100 killed and
wounded, and 50 to 100 taken prisoners. One
hundred and twenty-five good horses were
captured. T re is a report of a fight at He
lena yesterda in circulation hem, but it is
Morgan , ' Movements.
Caroureavv, July 17.--Col. 'Runkle, with
about 1,500 men, enoountered Morgan's forces
at Berlin, Jackson county, this afternoon.
The enemy lost four killed. No loss on our
Morgan is moving fa an easterly direction.
It is apposed he is making for Pomeroy or
for the ford below BiltellleClLL Island.
The roads Leading to Pomeroy are blockaded
with tress for fifteen miles,
Gen. Hobson's advance reached Motown
10-day 'wave hours after Morgan left.
The Galatea's Porta:month dispatch mys the
rebels, on Thursday, burned the steam saw
mill and bridge scrota - the canal at Jaaper,
and the bridge across the Gclota above Pike
ton. This morning they burned the flour
mill and railroad depot at Jack eon, completely
'baked the town and carried off all the horses
RAILITORD, Jalj 171 n.— Ms cit The statement
Tue thi sday
riot was oocturing y on
was an abominable falsehood.
Bourox, July 17.—The draft in Lowell,
Charlestown, Roxbury, Springfield and other
towns has been effected In a quiet and order
Fawn Heard near Hammel'.
POW:LAND, July 17.—A fishermen reports
that when coming up from Ilarpsiwell, this
morning, he heard firing, apparently, from
two vessels, bring broadsides. One Teasel
sppeared to have heavier guns than the
Slate B. PST, -
Provost Marshal General
- • • -
Loorariccn, July 17.—john Morgan is re
ported hemmed in about twenty miles west of
Illpelis, and it is thought that his ferns
will now be captured.
llarkeu by Telegraph.
New Pop, Jul 17.—Plonr avor, the buyer; 5 30
fot entre 81Me; 85 y
7605 85 for f B. II 4./. Whea s t to
lower and more active; $l-0701 22 for Sprinp 51 15
red 23 for Kilwaukee Club; $1 2901 3 . winter
inde. Corn anshanged; 65)086c. _Oats
don; 70078. Pork steady. Lard dull and on
ohanpd. Whisky quiet at 45%,
Storks rather esaler, perticuLrly alum the Baud.
Iloney OP. Sterling dull and drooping. Reeding
$1 11; Erie 97%; New York Central SI 21%. Gold
128; U. 5. 6's registered 81, 104%; do. coupon., 108%;
5.5P5, coupons, 101%.
New Yam, July 17.—Cottod doll and nominal.
Flour 5010 c lower and more active • $5,95,15 [or
I extra state, 55.8005,80 for extra B. 11. 0., and 56,85
(57 25 for trade brands—the marmot closing most
dad. Whisky, 45%35%, and lite at Pc.
Wheat 1582 c lower end more doing;; 81,0701,U for
Chicago apring, 513601,23 for Mil. Club, 51,28
for choiceamber green bay, and 51,2701,30 for win
ter red, seater]. Bye dull. Barley and Malt dull
and nomlnaL COM MOM u IFIOOII
without a decided change at e
bb.13.5%55 , Oats quiet at
70073. Wool. quiet. Pork without a material
change; I,ood bins. new mess la all, at August sel
lers optioe, 813,60; 2,000 bbl. do. September and Oc-
Lobes Whirs' option, $13.50; LOCO Obis. deliverable
on or about the 16th of August buyers option, 51.330.
Beef pdet and daddy. Bacon olden dull and nomi
nal. Lard is quiet and without any decided change;
not strictly prime kettle, rendered, 9%. Cheese
heavy and dull at 9591 L
Money cony; 6 per cent. Sterling lower, with a
moderate bredness tiling at 1390139%. Gold lower,
opening at 26%, anadosing quiet at 25%. Govern•
meet stocks rom• U. 8. 6k, 81; Coupons, 1080106%;
CI - x=2am July 17.—Floor remains dull and 'quo
tation. are merely nominal at 54,25 for superene;
54,5444, 75 for extra and 8605.2 i tor family. Wheat
dull at 98.051 OU for red, and 51,0501,13 for white,
the latter for Kentucky. Corn firm, with GIP re'
oeipte and • fair demand, at 06007 for shelled, and
68 for ear and bulk. Oats in but limited lepeet at
82083. -Eye N.guiet at 72073- Old -dig- pecked
sums pork meets with some inquiry as 59,50 and gen
erally hlidiew; new end nautical at $12013 in bids.
•houlders are in Lir request at 3%04; sides are held
ttllPAV;rlV4:l2,roOttgg iw dllx7ll;
The London Times and President
" •. Lineoin. '
WILT TGUNDXZEI. " TllOOOlll . %%LEK
A correspondent sends to the London
DailL L Nytes the 'following extracts from the
Times on the occasion of the election of Mr.
Lincoln in 1850; they stand in marked
contrast with the articles which now ap
pear in that journal: - •
Times, Nov. 20, 1860.-- , . Mr. Lincoln lute
been elected the President, and bit. Ram
lyn, Victi.President of the great American
Confederacy. The event has been long,
foreseen, and will surprise nobody who has
paid the least attention to American poli
tics. It is the natural reaction against the
outrages and excesses of 1855 and 1858—
the protest of the freest and best educated
part of the American people against acts
of highhanded violence and oppression
which preceded the advent of Mr. Buchan
an to power.. It the South has at length
found that it is • not omni?otent in the
councils of the country, that unpleasant
discovery is owing to the foolish and in
temperate use which the South has made of
its prosperity Slavery has
been defended as the normal and perfect
state of human societyond the North has
been bitterly taunted with its honest in
dustry, and the coarseness of manners
which the fastidious southern planter tra
ces to that cause. While claiming for it
self the monopoly of the government of
the United States, the South has constantly
held the language of disaffection, and the
United States have been ruled by a party
which was perpetually talking of disunit
Mies, November 21, 1860.—" We rejoice
on higher and Buret grounds that the elec
tion has ended in the return of Mr. Lin
coln; we are glad to think that the march
of slavery, and the domineering tone which
its advocates were beginning to assume
over freedom, have been at length arrested
Thus, . November 20, 1800.—" Should
South Carolina, Georgia, and the adjacent
States separate themselves permanently
from the federation, eonatituting themselves
• new nation, ice., with all the appendages
of independence, then the whole series of
American politicians will have been in the
wrong—and this journal, which has always
deolared snob an event to be impossible,
will have been in the wrong with them."
runes, November 20 1860.—•Csit any
lane man believe that England and France
will consent, as is now suggested, to stul
tify the polioy of half a century for the
sake of an extended cotton trade,' to
purchase the favor or s Charleston and
ledleville by recogniing what has been
called ' the isothermal law whiob impels
African labor towards the tropics,' on the
other side the Atlantic." '
rows, December 6,1860.—" In South
Carolina and Alabama and Georgia, an ap
peal is to be made to the last poweia vested
in the state constitution with a view to dig
nities, on no ground whatever that can be
disoovereditexcept that they do not like Mr.
Linc e has oommitted himself to dec
larations against , slavery. • •
To all our political notions there is no more
reason for the,violence reported from the
southern states, than there would be for
the electors of Southwark refusing to pay ,
aseessed tames because Lord--Paimerston
&Out the ballot."
had declared ' •
25acc, Deoember, .1860.• Of one Mini
them democrats maybe .well assured, that
the character and prestige of , the 'neural
United States In the eyes of EmOpt &Dud.
on-their Federal Union ... • e- Ali uat
is nableand venerable n the United Stet*
is associated 'with its Federal constitution.
It it not the - demonstrations of Southern
ruftlatilul in Congress; or the fillibustering
. ff ersiiiissesent , of ihe South from the
arineiation downwards, or the fu
gitive. slave lay or the Used Scott duds
by, or ikoirailsl4 Nlps,l4Yt mt—lt is not
these, or any other triumph of democratic
insolence durings.their aeoendaney of half
a century, that has oommanded the symps- .•
thy and admiration of Edrope."
nines, December 11,
sharing the opinions, much lees using the I
language of the abolitionists with respect to
slavery. • • • we look upon the
conduct of South Carolina in - this matter aft
disgraceful in the last degree."
Times, December 31, 1860.—" The free
commerce which might be opened at
Charleston or lier Orleans would fail to
produce cordial relations with a Confeder
acy which would be pledged to promote the
indefinite extension of slavery, even if it
were not tempted to revive thesis,. trade."
Tann Pr.—The drafted men at PLettsburg,
M. Y., numbering three hundred, oelebrated
the "election " by music, a pros/salon, re
peated oheerefor the President, Provoat-Mar
shal, General Meade and others.
MILITARY' J 1 OTICEL
rauv os7 lino Littranf MiIBSE/A.or Pi:WA , L'B 01110 E,
96 Touritt 86, Pittaburgb,laly 17th. 1681
0%810110 FROM DRAFt...._
In words:no with orders, I pub li sh Co. fol
lowing list of persons exempted from draft by the
Board of IneoUseest in this District, to this date,
with the isasons olthtir exemption:
. waving ruazunixs Al AcCILPILILI ICIRITIItres.
Mame. - 'lliddesee. • fabstitais
D W 0 Oarroll, 9d ward, Thcs GUZMAN
Homer Wright, 64 ward, Bic:od Clough;
Tobias M Pahl, lid ward. John, Porter . '
WM Clinton, l e t ward, Jacob tauts;
bliobwel O'Hara, 3d wad. Howard Basler;
W It Hamden 2d ward, Jar Atwood;
Enwto J mai, Id ward, Joseph Penney;
• John Snyder, • Ist ward, Wm Norton;
Wm 12 Out, 4th ward, , Beal Willistas*
Ira H flosteh, ,•38ward, • Newton Philipip;
Joseph Kiser, 141 ward, Joseph Omuta;
Oliver Lemon. ini ward. London Cooper;
Cihsa B I , ' 36 ward. Mil Gums;
Maurice Ode, 4th ward, John McGrath;
Thomatr,Lioyd, Sd ward, Wm IDamiap;
Thomas Brady, 4th ward, Jai W Millar;
Gso Eton.), Ist ward, W J Johheton;
This Smith, 4th ward, Ws IfoOdili
Bev J B Holland, 3d ward. Branch Graham .
.7 Benswardier, 21 ward, That 11•Oatley;
John Libeler, Ist ward, John Tett;
Hugh fleuins, 3d ward, John Smith; •
Bar Jnci Hickey, 3d Ward, JOhn Hays;
Leopold Elndem, 51 ward, Win Adams ;
T L. McClelland, 2d ward, ohm Parson;
Dann 8 Winans, 9.1 word, J 8 Perguadui
Aunt's , Cannon, 3d ward, Rem Messing
John Maloney, 3d ward, Fred Thoman;
Jacob Phillips, 4th ward, John alley; _
Louis Buchter, 6th ward, This Miner;
Henry Thomas, Id ward, David Hager; .
' Elam'l Musgrave, 4tb word, -Ed Dougherty;
Alex Potter, 3d ward, Liao Palmer;
This Davila, 3d ward, Ben Stephens;
Walter Burke, 3d ward, Philip Wither;
LinIOLLID AND IuCIUDENO II an Difillion.
Nowa Ewald. Beal Boaduce.
Jame. Walters," lst Ward, B no:sty;
Abrm Troyer, 6th ward, ilhadr tp;
Wm 0 Gray, 9th'ward, 17th Muria;
Albert Battler... 9th ward, . . 17th District;
Wm H Roberts, 9th ward, 17th tnittr lot;
• Tan 2licklsit„ 31 ward. ltd. Dist. N Y
Wm Ihnnison, 9th ward, gist District;
AT 'MIX! IX it:avian
Jai 8 Perry, Beath Pittan'irh, 'phut In 34 VI Car
zzunkas !uvula /Am SPO.
-- ----- -
Janda Doyle, 3d ward, Anton 'An D . I'ea. 1 t
Wald Kelly, Id ward; Carver Berlanbsek,ad wd,
Allen Kimsey, tMt ward, Bionics Sadism -MIMI%
John Hamill, 24 ward, II ugh Dander , ad ward,
James Ili=lll, 2d ward. ildward O Builds, 20 w 3;
Wm Schmidt, ad war!, Wm 3 Reid, td ward,
'William Tracy, Ist ward, Jos it MoPherron,34 ved,
Jacob B roamer, eta *d, Glainoy a Batt, 4th ward
Roderick Thorpe. sth wd, John Kato, Robinson.
Peter R Miller, hi ward, elan r Hay. Ist wan', .
Bernard Wawa, Y. BUM. oyrna ltore.'3l ward..
James 0 Ksy, ad ward, James IL Data, lid ward.
Robert Jaalsortast ward, William Wilson. MI ward,,
George Blair, ad word, Wm H McVay. 4th ward,
lie Y Mattison, 4th ad. Wm 114 MoOord. 4th word
Charles Holum', 415 w`d, 6. Dithholm, ad ward.
adw Trashy, LaWreiNfee, Wm J illohards ut,Tarnp'e
James Wilson, 3d ward, Robert B Jahustms,Potton,
G Harper. Adamailld w d, B It Wools, Orb ward,
George Lowell, hi ward, hums Brady, 4th wad, .
lowspold Hammer, nth wd, datnual D Mum Pitt
John II Mina, let ward. Joe D Bichardr,lith ward,
Wm Bleruldcwn, 24 a'd, ta 11 Whitehead, 6th . wd,
Jobs B McVay, 4th ward, Cohort Irwin, lit ward,
Allairt•May, 6th ward, Jean II Onne, Lawrence.
Daniel Main, 2d ward, NreedsTick He los, ad ward
Loan Joao., 3d wad, dolornon attain. ild ward,
Joseph rowan. 4th ward, John 31 Martland 31 wd,
Rash Lismoad, sth ld, Lippencott,6•lt and
the. Gardner, Sd ward 0 Timms, 4th word.
item. 'mars, Id waed, Jacob Hilohnold, 2 r ward
Boot lioDunald, 5 Pdtsb, ambit McDonald. 4t wd
Join Graff, 4tb word, *obi & Dnumn, Sa wara,
Jobrak• NeNeaver. 4th wd, TB Bissell, Contra,
JAu Colbert, Ist ward, Tryth. B Laughlin. 4th wd
aOO Pp -Qui, 4th ward, Shop Sales, McKeesport
edam to erman, L, BirM ta
erlhog. 6th ward;
ward; Henry Menke, ad Na. Prettyman, 6th it'd;
. ~ „ , . ...
vrwrs 213 TZAR AND Dila 45
Theodore Grim, 31 ward Witnemos—Parente.
Baldwin Gray, 4th ward. Witnamea—Parents.
Jame Brown, 3d wiird. Witnesses—J. A. Ito Md.
ten. P. Brown.
Jamb Keefer, Ist ward. Witnesses—Mary Keeler.
Tom id Ewing, Jot ward. Witnamar--Grand l'a.
John Veld, 34 ward. Withasna--Elizabeth and T
DITZSIMMOSOT A WIDOW OR SOW TIZEBTIL
Frank Buchart, 3d ward. Witnemes—Jas /101
tooth, P.O. Walker.
Daniel Smithson, Pd ward. Witnesses—J -Quin
Aug Smith, 3d ward. Witnesarn—J Garber, John
John 11 Shannon, 3d ward. Witnesses—Thomis
Joyce, And O'Connor.
Jam 0 Moons lit ward. Wigwam—Thai Mum,
W A McCausland.
Cleorp M. Stewart, lat wars. Witnesses--John
J O Patterson.
Bobt Jamlsou, 3d ward. Wlttessei-3 H klekiina
ley, David Jamison.
Herman Schdte, 3d ward. Wittman—Henry Vs.
kamp, L DWG
• lax Murray, 3,1 ward. Wanes:es-3e* WUrnot,
J W Hama.
Henry D Brecht, 3d ward. Witnesie*-11 Slater)
m 111111TAILT GIST= 00 RD uatou,:lBB3. -
SionL Davidson, Plum op, Co CI, 13ith P V
Deward Mobil, Pint Ward, 00. 0, 174th P. Y.
Wm. Welntout, fifth Ward, 00. K, 74th P. V.
Wm. P. Dripps, Fifth ward, Co P V
Edward 0 !inlay, Collins tp, Oo Cl, laGth P V
Ohm 0 Horn, ii_osnd ward, IM G. 132.1 P V
.I.din Black, Jr, Fourth ward; Oo H, 138th P V
Wm 3' Marva, Birmingham, Oo B, P
Haney H Young, Fourth ward, 0411,136 th P V
Gordon Johnston, Fourth ward, Co B, 128th P
Aug Brooaschredt, Thla d ward. Oa B, 9th P E el
Philip Young, Second ward, Co I, la: Vs.
William Turser,LawerWatt, C
oo E, 138th P
/3 A Barr, Birmingham, Went 0 , I4lth P V
usuurrnottrutss or auto—Oros 35—rw11r3D.
Bartholomew Bury, 11 want Witnasses—Wm
Berry, Thomas Oseklay. •
'John Frail, - Lt ward. Witnemasl—Jobn Mann,
C. F. Bauer, nth ward. Willtterne-81. Law, J. N.
Edward Kennedy, 2.1 ward. Wilnettes—Pairlek I
and Jerry Reagan
- Baroaid fleLarighiln, 21 ward. Wltaisiusa-0
tdormiey, J. McLaughlin.
Thorns,.. 3d wad. 'Wltuisams—Httiltat
Dugan, 0. Chalaghor. •
Jose Brayden, 3d ward. Wltneasia—Janies Hoag.
Lewis Knight, 2d ward. Witzusairn-o..Angiorlii
Michael Carol-2d ward. Wltnernea—Jimes
ham, P. Whalen.
Thus Kyle, 3d ward; Witnarnes—Th IWey, B
Simon Shack, 24 ward. Witnesses—L. BIMICIOT,
Zki Watson. Ist ward. Witnesses—wawa Nur.
ravitidediatokeon. ohs gido,
Mood, Si ward. Witneam—J
Tow Barns, Id ward. Witnesses—D. Buckley,
Tana XOTILIIILXMI canna= ounza 39 Trams.
A A Atkinson, 3d ward. Witnesses Jompb
/141IICIX HOMO. Lt ward. Witnesses—l X &Av.
Jobe &Mort, lot !ad. Witnesses--S Wagner, k
Wm Oralg, 4th ward. Witnesses-8 J Ttiomu, D
J Meponsid. • '
ALMA 10110,.11•TI XOT DIOLAXIJI lITINTIOII.
Wen liansen, '243 ward. Witnesses John Ogdan,
Bichsel Lynch, 3d ward. Witnesses—Threw:a
Donovan, This Coakley.
George 1.4.00, Ist ward. Wituesses—J Barents, T
Gramm, Sd ward Witnesses-3 Graliain,Wro'
Buda& Eabl,L3d ward. Witiu;om—.l Tuthiy.J.
Tint llinorine, id ward. Witsimsew—Wm ifingextr.
O Huh tot ward. Witnesses - B Audi, A Sten
• dam lIMMort, &I war& Wit:moms —Wm W. ok
Armin m• ICLUNITION OW Wan.
, Wm II Xmlisons, •Ukrix4•
alto sionmis m sums.
Johskrow% 4th wad.
- J. MUM TIMM "
Ospt. and Provost llorstsliPkt.D. Ps.
_. s a/sICls ------r ' -rII . 'tdrivnal—ritittotll 'IBS.
-e-Y. --Appllntbse Sr ornototton too Urn ilrstt,- 1
tor otbo oust Mall pitysiosl dbrabllttp.: sag °ln
forth. oaring of substitute*. settl be hard by - Ws
Bond of Rs rattiest of the 9110, .01oriet, tot dots
t, ma. ft lidera street, Albeslony Olty; ems linear
ow stith, until tIe.TIOI.BDAII, the Urn; tbs.
tosser }nn bourn of 9 stall b. - si:e oaf and 6 p. se.
Appticattosa will to side In trittlaihts prow )0O:li
fliUut OM May be 'del% srpospeastly.
~.; °opt. sad hood Marshal; 911 Dlittrlat.-
WEIN I ALki •
sksh Siligblent Its. 8 V. o.il eau
lisseilvests lieshweata saw fa the MIL Jodi tr
seslt wln teades handsel &lbws beentw.
twastf ease !dews wilt be paid la adman se eats
so won fete the Os! ad Maw welt.
- far ;Aber tefeeteetfatt-teaalnitAte, yunf.
Pairli ths l l fFt
iltaeliese. oda liestalttsg
otta. • -
PICIALIT LOCAL NOTICES
'.Artbal7oaxtx Trimmer Ism yaw tilted 4..
• .200•1 .formesly acapiad by: the,. 0 , aa ty
• taxdaldaset, bathe 'north west -Oilier Ird
aor of the Canrt Sous, tad "Wctdd'advtie att
lax friends triad' and - pay titer tax while
, • q,can har) thi banafit of the par eantage.
Notice To Durl) Biziaolcrell,
tteroey at No. 114 Fifth' street, net'
.r to MoTigtteißanklag House, wiitotterol
the business of prosisailig th• tictigu, of
• fOr exemptips.Mr 51.'s.' iargo
d suconsfal experience in Olt Ir.lnds el sot
, r's lib him b every way to - attend
•• • Blitriet Peeneybren - •
• 99 Ifenistrt carat. ittaburgh.
be examined at this Oleo IMO tbiOditin
tin end one o'clock deity. up tag Me day Vie° th•
pavan dratted le ordered to report
Drafted porton. &drone of preseaffin isubstitutes e
must Mee sake de writing to, toe Board, stetted th
day mum will appear. .nd giving the ellbetituteli
Hame r redden." eV, end whether en dieser chisels
When the enbatitute te pseud and sworn t the
dratted man vitt tecrive a aotillaate that o bits u,
Lanpuil subject to do military Mac deriactlie time
fan %Wei be war diailedity re ason of hating hernial •
ed an acceptable inestante.” -
PAYMENT OF ESCO.
The payment of three hundred dollars to the Cato
misslener of Intim:al Bayonne ha this district.
on presentation of h% duplicate receipts at this of
oe abeam ffie dal an which the person dratted
II ordered to report, will eetitle the person to a oer-
Mate that be II •sliedarged front farther SMUG;
raider fhb drift"
OVER 011-13NDEE - AGE
The following is published from the regulations of
the Provost Maras) General, for inkrtustion of
The charades and amount oeuideticirrequillie to
decide the qua
lon of dtroutillecation on' account of
age must be detenabted by the Board of Enrollment-
Bach dicqualideation shale ha dusty end icily
proved to the Board, before enemy inn is granted
-nadiittan plea. The foikreing robs should team ,
fully regarded, els: -
The affidavit of the person chiding aria:Olen
must, in all comb be required, supported by as much
of the following testimony as can be obutitiblh or
may be deemed requielte:
1. an authenticated ext m the legit reg
istry ofbirths.-Uthere be an so r b .••••
L By any other entbentiatted documentary
tending to establish the fact of age. i
9. By the affidavit of the parents
it. By the affidavits of such other respectable w
adi (not tea than two) heeds of as are
most ilitelyto be Informal on tbo subject.
The amount of *Wend herein required to estab
lish claim to exemption is the lout which the
Board should sacept; and if In m an ease the Board
'humus to doubt the &muter or enfficiency of the
evidence presented, It '6uld ja aiding the
exemption, ear such additional proof as It nay re
quire be produced. In , tint to be considered, without
defacing the brained. of Lit draft. - '
The witsmeet should in- all cued Wear tlity.nre
heads of familia, ad ere residents of the cormity:
DRATTED MEN. ICE COnT .
from the Tide= District. on tho dace mentionalia
ow, via: °
BATITEDLY, JULY. IS—Thole -tram the First,
Second, Third sad Fourth wards. , Pittsburgh.
'THTIRSDAY, JULY 41—Fifttr, Sixth Seventh,
Eighth sad Ninth wards, Ptadmirab.
MONDAY, JULY ST—Lawrenceville. Torrilleirielere ,
villa; Wmt•Tittsburgit . Monongahela '.lfornasti,
South Pittsburgh, Birmingham, rant` Birmingham,
EL'Esosport, Elisabeth, West Elisabeth, Pitt town
ship, °Pins, Plum, • ena and Peebles., ,-,
TUE-DAY, JULY SS—Wiliam township; Patten,
Baldwin, Lower th., tr, Union, Scot, Upper St.
Male, Oharilaia South Fayette, -North -spite,
IluDay, Robinson, Moon, Mama. and Neville.
J. NE sON rosTicn,
Otptala and ?MOSS Marshal till Daudet.
23D Ingmar Mi
• _ 4111mihsny ,t.lly„ July 16th, 1569.
!tzar - Propane be -readltd.
office until WBDlutiala, 'Jar ad,
o'clock p. for Boarding atia toctibis Dratted
NEB, lumf ths time ot thdirsporttntat Ahern lima
quarters until they are dhichmged or ,tranikned to
the Beild•Zr01111 about to bbdd establUood bora • •••
ladder, rill-slat& the' number_ of men tams .a.
snralst. and th. pries ofßoarding and ,dripir wept
Payment trill be mada monthly, tbrt.u ' ,h the Pro.
*volt Marshal Galore' Offl•e. • •
The swept* oast for Boarding mad Lilleni mu"
not .reed forty Cents Per day, or for 13;arding
alone, Thirty Celts.,
4. 1 F [(lira.%
Ospt. isd Pzovost Marshal VW Dia P.
551 , 1 Di sego.
Plttabeugh. drily IS .18 , 33
MAINTHNANCE •Dae.l4 ll - 1 )
WAN - - Propteahr ortil •be tatet.ro at this
tram until /Bina! tteustr.w.ha , n. 103, 0.
10 redact, for_llll.llDl l4 q AND L 9001012 &sited
Men, from durt-nreof Moir mortlng Uttedihronl•
quarter. ant 6 they. are Cliche:god or troarter.ed
the nmdeavoua about to be erteoibbee brow --
Bidders add Mote the lecitubec of men they can
furnish, ana the price of hoarding and lodging srpo•
rata,. • •
wilt be made monthly by ' the Prc , .. ,
raL • •
Tim aggregate 001 roc hoard and lodging,unst
nOt exceed torty cents per dory or for boardldtalone
thirty meta. • 100•140,:.
Captain and rrormt
Jyl3:std • gad Dist Peso,
EDE Ex aravr.torr,
Royether tben, phyabisl Lublin", hi wrltliig, sc.
°monied by proper evidence, ES-be-bawd by the
Hosalirf Enrollateat or, the trilg Matrict Pioney I
yen between the boon lof two Ed gee o'clock
daily; wain Banirday. stall:Smyth Pltuburgh•
Applicants will hand to the seldom in writing,
In the front wnloe,wedorsig - srith sew god iiaderia,
when It Ell be nuinbarE, and the eeOceate oohed
etilotly fa Ike or of Oka. umber; Whin ,ikey cen
oppose, with one or intgewitnewee.briiwelbWrima•
By order of the Board at Inroliment,
1,10% . Gap!. and Provost
. 111erehal.M DE re.
COURT SALE —Ou SAT
. wawa, July lath, at 12 o'clock Poen; by aid.:
of Orphans' 001111, wll.l* told, op tiMptag fa.. In
lawriamallg. that might gam of ground: bag:-
in: to tha aitate of Maiparat Botthatrey, crwatai.
hating • trOnt - of AS teat ottOoalogga smart, and
astono log tais about ito feet to au alley: - bitog tba
Witham:di, halt of lot Bo Si 10 tha➢ idiot mold
7 laoll Or Bita—unalgir cash ; bidsice In two
easel gonad palming, with intaristotacpral by
bond and mortgag Haabronoe.
By attire 0. tr,
. Da yip Imo, Aucen,
s3'l'o V ntl,UuUNak, HS, .to.
—On BAUFTIDAY 1101111ING,,July (18tb, at
-10 .o'clook, :Do ookl. Om. Ounswerolia .•
Booms. 1% nab streot. two superior 00 Aloe titcvei
wttb fizurris; ono Blom 'Monter. Ctrosory Moo,
Dan. s. ..0. .
MVO t Vonwiraz; Aocen
AROIIO HE IND BUGG ..1-thl Nas
t" VSDL! OIcoDDX• JrarlmiD, U o'clock, wlt
Do sold, et .tho Commercial cola bowls U nth
otioct;oo• god malty 'Dwindle inr -Ctribio ono
o f Dalin Top Bugg •
D I ? ns a .44 Lir
11.Arr8 I £1
TET T ; A r r li sn, Tll27— .l. A:T h. few l.s - ia good:_.." o ..A ß t j ug ,.t
J.O • - stketway "I'7'
.Was.N I hll.-Altirttehool
L Lard at &Mak, Botorib will meet on TO it&
DAT BV*llllllO,- %Art, - Or lant uti
DIALS. PAU/01PAL sad .T 8 Wit ,11111.LZ AB.
itISTAIT TIAOIIOII., Applicata' win be
eana at' to that Hot r ::104.5t
T: Milt . L . bah OV I.lol.ltetti tje
Tau -abLlAtiteir. Boma
TiAscin.A Wins mails army...mats to ,eau
War lino of eretgerßosta en , llii- - allinlonsy
bIitIMPS ILttlannian and WO, to con.lo
irlA tat: Allpineny Tallty "hallrosil destlrf4
tol)ioniprtats silk rbereedeeiLeitli
at tlwA. V. E.S. Depot, to Plk. stmt., and mar.
_wartiot with rogabettp • sia 'despattA,At. mummy
Entaintitiltede /1.:11. B.
July Inb4 11166. - y t . ! 116• Is
Ar B.' 'A. H. - 11NOLIBIL:lespectftilly
ALL biform Sao clibet B .91 , Vittabargb. that
be boa blau , :g i rd solo agent Tor the We of My
na Boa's :011111117Ar 4191%.001111091V11
IeZN. Tim apt thatatiathded by th!largistboion,
In Ms cab =az weikti
13aan. EWIIT a cq.,„
Iva, Palms a uo., an i
me mania) hogigkrik
Can liar, th•ir mon - 7fitiose upon
°VW?* itprortN,llol.!.. 92a, All•gaaa,,
Br mowed klo am to thilimisa of ; n jup,
L/11/11117 iftszars; otioto limmtmoni &Mei, sous.:
ea Mini Sang :
• boon froto m oUt.9. OS.
Mitt, • - 9
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pURS --Ka `COLD BODA WATER,
trQsa,Perieblin toimtshis ;
at& 110dodixuizos 01 , 04 Kilt 0 4 0 4 al all
Itbdily frig' , rift " • . • ir...44&11111
rr , „117.1; Mmirlot
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