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MONDAY MORNING • JULY 20. -
have already sagguted that we
ernor CULT= VI . II great calamity to the
party stid tO' the country, for the double
reason that:we should expose ourselves to
tins imminent risk of &defeat, if we did not
even show thereby that we had deserved it,
and that we shoOld render a very doubtful
to;eithert by eleetinthim. We now
proceed to assign some of the reasons for
, that opinion.
It cannot be dimputed, we think, that his
ahninistration has proved eminently dins
tietti.tothe party which brought him into
_power. ,That it has been an unfortunate
. one.for ate Eltatcq the' . present condition of
her plundered sinking fund and dilapi
;',ls.dated_rettenuelorill atuutdantly attest. It
is not clear that it has been a wholesome
one for the country. It is but too clear
fluttli Via' been a damaging one for. him
' ''''Belf=si - damaging, that it is more than
doubtful whether the Union sentiment,
Strong-as . it .unquestionably Is, would be
sufficiently powerful to override the nuts
variable opinion so'generally entertained of
his integrity and wisdom, notwithstanding
the more than charitable reserve of the
press, which hutting a mantle over his
faults, and perhaps encouraged his friends
sad himself to believe that the history
of his administration will continue a sealed
book, or be forgotten amid the clangor of
arms and the strife of the battle-field.
"' lie came into dice less than three years
ago, with a huge majority, and a Legisla
ture of whiCh nearly three-fourths of both
branches either were, or claimed to be, Re
p —lkons. At the end of one session he
had thrown all that majority sway.
Concurring in opinion with those of our
Pennsylvania stausseen (f) who believed
that the disease ofthe nation was one that
could be saved over by further humills.
tics, and would only, be aggravated by
seasonable measures of defence, one of his
first scan was to &swan the tarty by
taking separate counsel with the " eonscro
. seise" Republicans and Democrats, who
neatened end co. operated throughout, under
his auspices, i* refusing: to arm the Butte,
, and recognised the traitorous doctrine of
Mate sovereignty, by sending an embassy
to Governor Huss, of Maryland, accepting
an invitation to soarer on Federal grier
' sleets, with other States, to the prejudice of
the rights and interests of the nation, and
In clear and manifest violalion of the spirit
sad letter of the Constitution of the United
Entrusted with the privilege of expend
ing the first appropriation made by the
Legislature for the oommon - defense, he gave
to his own creatures the power of making
contracts, as his priests amoits, in relation
to articles with which they were entirely
unfamiliar, to the great injury of the sol
dier, who was ricticiusid by their unskil
blurs or frand.afoot was found by
a committee appointed by himself, under the
pressure of a public cliinor, which grew
ant of the treatment of the volunteers who
had assembled at Harrisburg. Those brave
young men who had responded Bo goner
°wily to the first call of their Country, were
is rum with shoddy vestments, shoes
whose soles were stuffed with shavings,
and blankets almost as thin and transpa
rent es a window pane. It was reported
and believed that they had been given over
to the tender mercies of a few heartless
speculators who were then hovering about
the capital. This officers at Camp Curtin,
' justly indignant st what they saw, drew
up a spirinsti remonstrance - to the Legisla
ture, witTok "Wits presented to _ the
Boom, at theirinstanse, by one of our own
ki015.11" w, him the ProPrl•
sty of an inquiry is to the nature of the
contracts Merle for supplies, and the Amur
of foods, through whom they were
made, and he offered a resolution accord-
L Wyly. He wiskickfo-know, -tad to let the
public know, whether it was true that sun
dry individuals then loitering around the
ospital.who were pointed out by the tongue
ernator;and known to be entirely unfit,
- WM for the impose, had been actually mom
solamioned by the (taverner, a his agents, to
koala eontracts for the soldiers. One of
thew; individuals was a s certain Carnal,
- *IL Nam., an active ward politician, and
Acting Commissioner of Philadelphia, who
TM understood to be an intimate and con-
Liential friend of the Governor. The
answer of the Governor *weer the fart of
kw employment, although the record shows
that on the-very day preceding or follow:
---Ing4tirmeesage to the--Howie, he had en- I
domed and approved a contract for
clothing made by the identical individual
with the Psowsessum of this city, in that
,special capacity I On till contract Naar.
at, maikalterwoute Indleted hers, and it was
wbil thit Intlietntent was depending that
— the Governor Milt. neommary - ;In order to
apPiiiiiike pain . ° clamor, orilliat ittrom
his ein head, to Ain a Committee of his
east oppeimmat, to inquire into his own
Conduct. ; That oommittoe proved, very un
expectedly,. to be a fair one—eo fair
ikst !term deemed prudent to withhold its
itsport from the Welature at the next
..coining Beaton of that body. It found
hovever—although it passed over the
Prowenfeld ease because it was depending
Ice #roourt *the soldiers were in
;1111,it.h, :evevy disposition to deal
pally tbs Governor, it• condemned
;lige appointments and "thamodepursuadby
Goternriient in making its purchasee
:- "Ir declared the. 'Us absent& of a strict mu
pervieorY power had been the cause of
--Lunch of the mischief that had befallen the
State." It remarked, In observing upon
''file.iihareeter. of - the .Governor's agents,
:. ; ;:, - litak.olt Mull not fora moment be sutipos
mi 110 th itto wire not men in Penneylva
whose services could have been corn
yearuter and 'who, by 'education and &bil
-1 ity,meie liquid to the occasions that
. I,l*. the appohttmentby an Ex
ecutivitt_frompOrmuull or partisan motives,
oflsoompitent spat. toot Boa of great rtm+
Ilutton. from delyi n wmfoi more so then in
iriat; esiergatelli, when o .41. au&
rituo,,t:peter,s'of thOugintte, for whose appoint
misailisfireiponsible, will inevitably ex
-'l''MMpleions of fraud, and return home
bkhutellating charges of
woftabidiair It 010004 by, oheerviag
- .07 a 'La thea moilatral4 *NA la &Meal,
sordid their brandigiamt the they /1611
bad lastamoes of Ishotesse, of lump-
Unto, of eharp•dealing never praiseworthy,
and here eminently disgraceful, of bad sp.
peintmante, whiob, sitimugh under the pe.,
culler circumstances of the times to be cx
are none the less to be condemned."
The judicial investigations of the Prow
enfeld case having proved a failure in cones
(pence of the-arbitrary and extraordinary.
intervention of Chief Justice Lows's, fol-
owed, so it wu, by the dieappearance of
he witness and the flight of one of the de
indents, a new Committee was raised at
the next session of the Legislature, by which
it was found, among other things, that
the CUM as shown by the absconding
nese, who had afterwards returned, was "a
clear ease of fraudulent complicity between
the . contractors and CHARLIE M. NEAL i"
that the clothing furnished to the soldiers
'could have been afforded at $3 60 per enit
lees than was given, and yet have left to
the contractors a profit of $1 60-," that "a
large portion of it was entirely unfit for the
use of the soldiers, and mush of it fell to
pieces in a short time after it was worn by
them;" and "that the flight of the Frowen
folds was almost conclusive evidence that
they, at least, were conscious of having de•
Trended the State." Oar readers will judge
of the quality of this Committee when they
find them adding, that white the teetimony .
of WIRY= seems to exeds a strong suspicion
against NEAL, the testimony of Neat lomat',
one of the parties implicated, seems to
clear him from all but "a great want of
judgment in his purchases and misapprehen
sion as to his duties," and that "his testimony
shows that he did not consider himeelt
bound to inquire either into the actual cost
of the geode used, or their fitness for die put.
pose intend.d." Ii is rather surprising that
they did not hunt up the Fro wenfelds them
selves as witnesses, who would, no doubt,
have made a clear case of it for the defend
ants. In eonvieung them,alone they forgot
that the offence charged was one which
either involved the complicity of the other
party, or did not exist at all, and therefore
furnished no occasion; for running away.
They do, however, set down the case as one
of a fathom of justice, occasioned by the
interference of JUDGE lowsix. We are in
formed, however, thst'the confidenCe of the
Governor in NEAL has been in no wine
shaken by these transactions. He still
continues to - be among his most intimate
and cherished friends.
Bat enough for the present. We shall
return to the general subject which we
have scarcely yet opened.
Toe Draft. •
We are firmly persuaded that many men
who are now foolishly paying four hun
dred, and in some oases, as we bear, even
four hundred and fifty dollars, for substi.
-twee, will regret their folly before two
month Hamill have passed seer. The very sa•
ghost sacrifice which the Country, speaking
to us through Cougrece and the Erecutive
Government, requires any good citizen to
make for the oammon defence in the pres
ent grand crisis of our history,is expressed
in this formula:
Personal service in the army for three
year; or during the war; or
Titres %hundred doUara in money to procure
a euestatute io perform scud service.
To go beyond this requirement_is simply
eelf-tormerit-- - av gratuitous a folly as can
We know that some people elect to read
the law so as to evince the superior effect
of providing a substitute, its securing three
years exemption, whereas the money-pay
ment, they argue, does not clearly do so.
Now we certainly commend the furnishing
of substitutes, as preferable to the alterna
tive, in all cases where it can be done, with
out being more burdensome than paying the
amount fixed by the law of Congress and
the Government. Bat oar reason for com
mending ~ this preference of substitutes is,
simply, that it more directly and speedily
secures men for the military service,—s
work that recruiting, even with the offer
of high bounties out of the fund created
by these payments for exemption, cannot
accomplish for weeks and mouths to come.
I In every other point of view, the cities n
who pays three hundred dollars to the
Government to become his agent, and pro
cure a substitute for him, has done his part
in the present emergency—in this great
and glorious work of erasing his country
from its enemies, and the enemies of liber
ty and human rights—to the fall mark of
the stsndard of duty.
Why bring up the disputed, or, if you
will, the doubtful question of a second
draft J There can be no second draft, with
in three years—no second draft evermore,
to crush this rebellion—if this draft shall
be promptly and effectively need. Nor
will there even be much more fighting,
either for veterans or conscripts to do, in
coming up to the fall measure of the Mau
-1 decd of what we mean by the prompt and
effective use of the draft. This will be ful
ly reached in the simple accomplishment
I I of the fact, that three hundred thousand men
ars ready, in case of farther resistance by
the rebels to the laws of the United States,
to march down on any point, where such
resistance may be offered, and xeroxos
doss just and fonteifunt lams.
The rebels cannot raise another army.
They staked their all upon the invasion
of the north, and in ; losing the battle of
Gettysburg they' have lost aIL It..'will be
impossible for them to raise another army.
In the West they are so thoroughly exhaust
ed that, after getting together .twenty-five
thousand men under Johnston for the re
lief, of Vicksburg, they could not count up
mole than ten thousand unoccupied troops
in the whole confederacy. Colonel Onke
-1 son, who explored that region from Mem
phis to Baton Rouge with his cavalry, de-
Glared that the rebellion was a mere shell,
and that no able-bodied men were left out
side the rebel ,armies. In the Bast the
facts are the same. Stoneman and
rich found no rebels tit to serve as soldiers
behhui the lines of Lee's army, and could '
' have Wan Bkffunond if they had, only I
known that, it was- then undefended.
When' Lea 'iv/Mid Pennsylvania he took
with Ma' all the-available forces in the
rebel service, except • few thoputui men
nattered on garrison duty from Charleston
to Richmond. .Bragg's army . ;tris thirotdi
one left of any considerable 41,042
is now reported demoralised indf,ffriveit
out of Tennusee. If' Ines army, b .1 :01111.•
hilated we shall have no more enable, In•
suppressing the rebellion. A few 'lama
lilies and guriilla fights will end the wtr r.
and our =du, u they *duo" will ore
=pi all the rebel cities without appal
silty of this assured and indliptstM
bis state of the facts, we say now that it
is very likely a Majority of nios• who
paying $BOO, to exempt them from a few
months of holiday soldiering—certainly
a majority of those whose circumstances
are such that they 'must sue an effort to
21,18/3 the money to_do so = ariit_soon Conte
to b& of the opinion, that they made a very
foolisk and improvident choice. This we
say of those who have paid only $300; as to
those who have paid more, and had to make
an effort to raise the money, we leave them
to make the a fortiori application in their
As to the wealthy, if they pay an UM, I
site price for their exemption by giving
sulptitutes a good round sum, seeing that it
will put money into empty pockets out of
full ones, we are rather pleased, than oth
erwise, at any mistake of theirs in this
matter. If it 111 their pleasure to have it
so, it may certainly be allowable for us to
be pleased, to see the hearty substitutes
sent on their way rejoicing.
Ms fall in the price of gold to 124, in
New York, is a fact that marks the turn of
the tide most significantly.
A letter from St. Louis to the New York
Cominercial elm the fopowing tabulating in
formation relating to stfairs in 3finouri:
inC MILITAIT BITOATION ,
- The fall of Vicksburg simpl.fles the situa
tion in Missouri very materially. An organ
ised invasion from the South is impossible,
end an evaonation of the entire State of la
mbuses, north of Bed river, is inevitable.
Eh. Arkansas White and Red rivers in our
possession en able us tot hrow forces on the
denim of any army t. he Confederates may
raise la Ananias, and of course this settles
toe quesMon about Missouri. However, a
vingu , ar infatuation possesses the Confeder
ate leaden about Missouri, and they perse
vere in prOgiiitei, if not in performance, that
Missouri shall yet be free nom the heel of
Yellers invaders. jail now the rebels are
eneenTOring to Dag the forces commended by
G.gonel Pntillps, of the Ist (loyal) Indian
regiment, at Port Gibson. Oninumbering
Polity' two to one, they are pressing him
bard on all sides. General Blunt has started
to reinforce Phillips, and he sumoseds the
rebels will be endangered t immsebres, unless
very fleet of foot. The strasequenee of the
detest of Philips would be to uncover the
douthwest again to the ravages of rebel cav
alry and partisan rangers. All other por
tions of bitssoari are comparatively safe mom
rebel depredations, *sawing those commit
ted by guerrillas. Our forces are assisted by
. the enrolled militia in the Interior. •
vni 'MOT or swan mulocrATioi OR
The opposition toms so-called emencipa-
Lion ordinance pessy the late State Con
vention is galling strength la ail parts of the
duos. ' The ordinance' which vss
emancipate slaves in 1870, will on OZSMISS.
1105 be found to be a sham, as it virtually
ootitioues slavery under the guile of appren
ttasship for a long series of years thereafter.
the under point with the people, however, Is
the exemption of slave property hereafter
loom taxation. On that point, and the reta
ils! of theConvantios to submit the radios
uon of the MOISILGOO to a popiliSr vol., the
radical emancipationists will go before the
people and gain adherents. Already large
coulters of conservatives name joined them in
nemanduag a new Convention trash from the
people, to pass another Emancipation Ordl
ileum Last night • large and respeetable
bass meeting was held at the Court Renee
and out-doors, to express the sentimenu 01
the people against the SOLLOSI of the 0011 TOD
ton. lieseinuens were adopted or maturing
measures to call • State Aim Convention. to
motet upon a DOW MOM= of OSIVIDM to
DIM lIMB late action. isimilar meetings have
wen held at Cape Oirardeau.St. Joseph, and
Reports from the interior reiterate the old
story about the general exodus of the slave
poputhtion. &xi, negro,' left Montgomery
etty on the North Missouri Railroad one night
test wee*, for free soil and free air.
Among the resins &inverts to the rause of
immediate RmancipaUon is General George
b. Smith, • sissies born Virginian, and •
.lavettolder In Missouri for the bast thirty
ears, and at the present time. Helm DMITI4
several terms In the State Senate, and borne
prominent part In dime politics for many
Ws limn from Fortress Monroe that them
alt. now no rebel troops on il. illsokwater,
temp all ostfog been withdrawn for as de
fence of Itoshmond.
- Four PCIVILATAI, which eras takes posses
sion LI by owe ettubosta on the 1311,12 on the
south aids of James [User, nbE aboutnallas
from its moat&
fITOOKI —AI the tendlir namel dbeesethenn,
oe edgudey =ruing. 'all elleaGnikat nth
o.pt. W W. asoope.lll ih. tub Irikr st her apw
reacts] on Yaps, the at Ile o'c►adi
• is. Eltr friends, and those of thelsao7, an to•
t alibi to attend
n u SULUTION.—Tbe CoTartnentdp
bersto!ore use./ the name sad style
ug sOGNO, P . ate a OJ., In le. YBlfoe Butoese,
is this say dlasolvel by waled oetuteats IL I.
10IIS0Iuseing dl•powd of Oh l laterals In sae ann.
W. J. fuStl,
J.U. 011 AS a.
Baldala %sp.. Lll•gh•ny 00., Joly le, 1 , 63.
nedsselined havvi tht• day ante id Into OA.
P.rtnonto, anon . In• news non • el• of W. J.
f dio aOU • ger lb. cmrpcs• earryfas ca.**
*Wing Sumas% In all lit. Tallow branoben,welolt
• case at the paw plainsmen
. S. TOLD,
J. 11. OEII4
JOHN 1111111 Lia.
Baldwin To., .1.11 18th, 1883. bileaurdair
STANDAIID LAW AND lILKDIOA-L
Whoston'a Criminal Law. I vale.
W autos a 1314110 s Medical Jorioprutinos.
• Bowls a Law Wottooary. 9 yob
PsrsOns on Vows end Bina. t yes.
Pa.ama so Oontraaw. I vols.
Pam ...ll' Mar-souls Law. •
Doniap's BI oa of torn.
alarawoodw Biaakstona. Stools.
171111oro on Ilantruptoy and Lwolwanoy.
Woods' Window of I/14101.ia - 9 tab.
Waco a' Teatapastls and tbannianway. 9 vols.
iNanns'a Psannosof Phydca. -
• Smith . ' Waal. Sivas, Issintly pitabad.
Grow' tiatam of Susgarz. STOW.
Wilson'a Haman nuatTina. •
Ltnagtkon'a IL dial DI alanazy.
00pantoo's Hnad.a Paidoksa.
Tor a•la br , . SAT. 1 00..66 Wood shoat
ILL. rUist,lttAaib a two•
story brick dwelling boast awl lot of
stoma se feet pont on Duman etresttoy tO deep•'
woo focmi sod agar, go 'Latent!. ate. Apply to
110 ff. CllTltillitT Ati”ltb, St lints, it.
rlll, we mg time of
twoimrlon, mid eight Diboll roost", etatto on
eecond !moot. Apply to
' 8. (Mira age YoPlB. 81 ltrrkrt rt.
160 buss lo4i0rosoLthosoo;
60 do aura Bamberg do;
to eoro owl dr0r... 10 bt 1,014,*
flu Aim& ta patrols chola
V °moat Wise, ma year old, la liars walks ie.
. - .vutfrr a 411
aUlts TA • 3 bba. viewed um day
.13.3 for as IP by 4 H. velar i a..
CON 6.I.I3I 4 IMENTei. _ .
soi kilm nom% auibsug Chian;
CO) troth prim* Ogg
150 bash. Z•Cro , sacis;
1 ea !yid Darlherlitas;
0 hob. arwled notbri
a•COSTIPI sal for sae 1116boast1 stmt.
J 7 VAN 0021:1111L
ALL Arifittes, new and aba •
psteras. at 1134 subYawits, tar alla bp •
yle W. T. ben • Lt. TMWrod stmt.
rl GOLD RAIIOI IttliGniGG for
6 P marl= GOLD
•br lar P. 111 • A
1 - boozes W. ti f Gest;
60 do Bidabargh
dO ' do °cotes
J ft OkoTTNLD.
LosAscuardi.— of ".ho: in store
-U. mid for is f • ' • `711." sumr..Ln.
1 _ltitii-410W- pio:esit und
JJ tor sob bt J. 31 gamma:
bbl. Whit* Lime for al*
11 p 7 Jr.& ammo"
•••..a 1818, tradatitt•B4. Ws, tbs
.111 811W•so of KW •IP.-1117811) a Ort. otplrot tles ast
by itelt•tkat The bashtsto wld be ormitl-tisd by
nB to.L2. IS 81.8 P, by shcm .11 demand. dos to or
Gym the late Gni VII Is Pilled.
CH • R LIS IBM.
B T. 51701).
711trIlfAttl I. IV Ll , ll.
Volt Pt" Troondr7r July 1.t.18 a 1,111150
WE CALL SPIOIAI. ATTENTION
to the wile of 11 AOlll9 OT LAMP; troth.
19= &Utahans Oily. It is Um cheapest laud lo the
goldist. bang situated on • good rob. and bat a tew
=tradesman troth two Stationsow the Pittsburgh,
wart Warta a Gump asaway—oth Station at
Jack's V= and the othow at woods' Nam otie zone
and • halt Rota tbe latter Station, and • few . rods
foam the A Sashes, & Brighton Plank Road.
Hat as so 'afloat view or the Okla river. and would
maks a plimaint country slat, sad es/mahout iliac tor
L and cffend low (Sr ash or pert on One.
lo Of 1). 0•R‘11/1.
lethal: No. 93 law= davit. Adosbsoy Ott,
nobs AIM DOGS.
&TT PlTTSBuitoli, ss.
Betbsir. O. ea* if Mayor of sal& MIY.
do use this thy Oroolinna ton that in ant stoic
the ltlf il Day JD4Y. A. D., lads. y.Dag
Ong at largo within the airy shah hare woad' .(.
tech s aolir.t metal or LaMar, alai metal plats,
on which song osier or plate sal be Ismadood
is me std mcdeno. of the Owner. Alit shall from
this dale, to the It or Deptembsr, haws ed-rslY
pates a goad, s avant t Ina sale atusals.
itsftenteally toa sai Peg from blues or
.nsplltl. ell Dogs Went mantas at large alumni
.aid Dollar mammals Mall ha salt with somming
BOOM—Any imam who shall wilfully ender his
bar Mil to nut at large In ibis city. shall, Mr
mahatmas, on mantetion Mimed, RABB and pay
for moil of said anlnt Jo 'amiantus at large, them
of ens dollar, I. Bash he da of th
men or Maur end
ot Musa to semMa ty •
and ;sae hit 1 custody
sad impound every one of sod animals so fount/ rota
888 BS Brae. end lt, after fear days public nottas
no pram shall come forward to claim the tams, and
goy the said One sod oast end other
tending the patting sad moping Oh. same,
shall be soil for the me am city.
jytTtlw B CI Ba w 111, Jr.. Mayer.
W ILLIAHWA.RD, DENTIeT,
3/anthem's Saddlepfd 11301% book entiosco,
on Mary sired. Mice man from II 0. ta. till 3p.
ed. In order to • papa maws adding on the mitt
of those vim may Doll optik mi l l deem it my da'y
to d.elmmte some of ti. Mugs common in 'hems°.
Mom/ deetlit.y, which I do not do. In the Ant
peel Ido DOt give dsre °midis to any one. Ido
net seeks cheep sets el teeth; a do not esceifloa bl
their GlUSOliaa. Mind, bOliittly Mal, to older to
toort arta/Mal case; I do net, In say an.tencos dm_
etroy tbs ammo of Math, teeretty renderag mead
noble to to most Ward Weems end Moir early
lime the more Certain. Thai, sod miasmas °Moe
talons lamb I coned smelly. Id. not dm in the
corms of nisterleas vapor !or Anton the teeth, 1
amks hat • limited sam el gold, oxpecience booing
trend rt the hut of ell armload in their preserve.
tlOll. La all cams, however. Inrolvhig tea spmereare
of the teeth, tdo not bedtets to meta mem It. A.
to Ike quality of aline or Mar of sold.. • n'am b ' t
of melee 1 inemted in the leers 01 1111-'l9 are still
Madan mummy to my wortmeaship. or perbepal
Mould cm aro oolong okIlL Mikes
VIORTH LIST OF IXFLIOATIONS
la rok anima LIQDOIO3, Sod ba the Glories
roilloo up to Joy eta, DIM :
ihoorai L W., tavern, Lt ward, Pittsburgh;
Iloppmaa Modal, do, do, do;
Elazdiser Ctiorlio, eatlag ams, do, dos
game Mails, do, do. do;
Bra iamb. of goods, do'
, Pitta do
Bonbon a Flaugaa, do, do
Mg.. dohs, eating bomb, lid word, borgbi
Ward Jobs, other soma, do, ao;
Rawly William, do, do. do;
Ow ratri.k, Was. 54 ward, PittsUarshj
Limb Idwatd. do, do, oo;
flint Jams, do, 4th ward, Iftialturgh;
lodge a Cog do. do, do;
Pau earoul, do, do, do.
W•g-abovor kt.., do, sth ward,•Pittatrargh;
bith,so Chum, do,
Eitcood J b.„ other gook, 6lii mud, nttobiligh;
Si•apatiloi Patrick, 00, 'I at ward, i !limbo. gli;
laliontooro Poser, Meru. Stb ward, Pivabotroll;
thalt without. de, 610 war d,Pitt.burgt6
IllasCoi Maria. do, lot wad. Minium];
Imam Joan, sating Mom, do. air,
Sloan bank other gO oda, do, dr.
Oook Jane oaths ammo, Id w ard, 4111.shmyrt
/oath Lambert, tooni, bd word, •Ilegimay;
X•Mbintaao r.,earg boom, dth Tat* Ililogbolift
rag P•kr, do, do, gig
Kimitamoi Maki *dor goods, BtrodothoZed
Iledlag Mario., , do, Dos* ilamorigl;
goarmor gory Lisa, mo'g Lotworionaporsam%
Ilikili 1., . two do, Laormaimitle;
• arum do, dot
a S lio Rim. do, Masobaitor,
Hooka Lotus& do, IMAM to;
ilimmeag,aser /mob, do, Imam tp;
regime Daidol, do, Moak, tp
Wok.' 114 ford, ' do, dolirma tp;
Daum B. D., do, Sadism tm
Bid laatells, do, *Datota to;
Womor Now, - do, ltodiaidlom er,
Illoakey Ann. do. Dichlasa to;
TM Overt will mom as WZDNISDAT, Joky itath,
MI6 at 16 &cloak a. m. Botiourtasnal MSS b• DM
boasem Ma day. applicants will betas Mal
o mg di:swan ihi•davd berina
-1,011:11id W. a.. asiuwa. dark.
THE RIOT IN NSW YUAN-
11 mode et its riot now rsitti to Now Tat
M fogad. la the
arzw 10111 WIZILIJNIVIOLPIIIB
Led pictures Illostatias ste•°te}r •snw enntt•
.d sr, published In es
NSW MI mainsail) siwasne.
INA can Os bad !
111.61AZIRS 701 AUGUITi
Lll the lAA tlll DAILY
Ann wilizx lAmu.
Ily Cho Ida& copy at by no year, by moll or et the
HABrINTO HAL IMPTH MUM
U . S. Q.O.
Hones, Poles, Fortifications. ino..
ILUI 01 In ism ve
SILK AND SMALL IMAGO,
12' Mil P1129117M1T SLAG kill UIIOTOBY
PITTOOkB IWO DEPOT,
suA mar. mogul IBA P.D
FABM 808 BAIA OB
cowria:tia a iioan.
4111 War isms, and Is 6 pod 11616 of ailtinttlas.
laproTamenta cadd of sr EBIO= DWIBT;
LlllO, goatalang 10 wow; brig 1/1•112 USN
TIEVAIIT HGuslll.withdro m it sad iood =Aura,
of on teem GOAL =he to while Ihrw. It
We In isldwin total P. stai r s Aso Who JIM ale
atty. laia!re of
rizslLL co" '
BOWS AND SHONA]
AT UITATI ALL
iitY that tarbig a, dip or oroolOg
P AMU 'AM 1411011. '
I Adeltlit Oyu Peat scrim eliditpiOPPt
6101 amuse a •iliabarik Bono& Aug. Ohio
aliair. OM to yob iw • insitesosius w y
" S e Mika' tO
=OS Itr. eso: 1. 7 Zompoin't awl
wi t en i**oßas % Vid
O IN It, V, v.
NIWBR KNOWN TO FAIL I
iIiOILTIC BLA.CIBEKST CLIMINITIVE,
rini earzum. 1111/91 roz
DIBEETZILY, D1201.11111CA., rum, CHOLERA
MANUS AND IMINALIS COMPLAINT
nu Immense WY tilftik CO the merit' of this
The mummy daily reports of srloteithing cum
law! Ito Tatiu. I
other ttuaady, •
. - __ -
It has odes:Ames over goy
maim the dilidlllll. and isapertlng - tons end strength
Lsae awl bargain to this Want, and prwerfol In
the meat eamt.
To the Older; espedelly, It le Ineh'neble, bslnr
suotrprieteo termed by them. roman, oertglotes,
Mothers lied it Motto to say soothing syrup ibc
- children WWI& itood from the "I nd* " eftw"
ISABOOTUAS, gists zest to the sallow by ceouting
Stu Meow& '
of nip :table dealers siszywitdra,
11111rPees. 25 01.518 A BOTTLAL
WY. F. DAVIDSON,
AN A LYSfts.—
Pas us Ism LEO.
lan - .01.
Having almodl:the Agmei fer the swot the
sililleus ULU, wised mar os. Louie, 80.. I b.
Ma the litentiou at gym sad Steel genufacturen
to the Analyine Om ahem. aa reported by froth
A. A. Bays of Batton, and J. 0. Booth, of Philaded•
twWkar with the lift of actual expert.
*Dm by talamient In Pittsburgh, UyoinsW
sad os. Lodi. de/timings It to to the purest and
most tralueble Carlow known, whether foreign or
haterima rota made Irma It have stood to the
Wm. furrow trout 6)4 top montha.
amnions la ot the Clays taken from the
wash witaaat any washing or preparation what.
aver. it pommaaa gnat adhailvemot sad Vamialty
quatitim, which are not shown by the analysis, and
wlaten admit of the admixture of a lane proport ion
of shah or burned olay.
I am now papered to 811 olden for the above
May, to be Mapped Pal Bt. Limns or delivered ham
No. 131 8100HD BTELICT
Impottaat: i getromptory weakly In& asko o
IN RNA OM OF DROONLYN, L. L.
Gomm=log THURSDAY. July leth, sad =Cu
Doomabet . Ugh. 1116 S.
asps e. ragnixicia
WUI a.O b nestles; at hie Wamboose, owner Bap
mono and Woloosttby ands, Brook.yo, L. I , ua
mu Touring dodos %us IMOD, the mare produc
tion ot bls numadsotory. mmumoclog on THONB.
DAL Jolt' Mo. 1063, at 11 o'clock, wbon bs inn
eke • tali line of
MR AND WOOL HATO,
Of ersry *Oa:lotion. In lola to oult ructions. In
caning th• Wooden of tha mew th• store an
nouncement, the undstitioad Dip to atom that to
the so as for ttua wawa the sionOootnelplea that hare
character ud Mow of . the toot wt I haf•trlhtly oh
imetwad. Toyoda sot only embrace hb swan Two.
duct Cu, bet those °Shot manefactorsza rot son
sworn topotetleth thos mann to each .ale vivid
sod anoplata aroilloant of ethlst ollayted to Ilia
tlrden will be clothed trots this, not abbe to at •
send, and Ell b• 111•1 ohtlatactortly.
Ale Mica wW be papaw' lot taaprotloit by Onto.
how eo the armies of th• adv.
.1:111 WAN otbringinlll to told without Irene.
/MIMI 8. 111/11111 1 .1, ancthmorar.
or Condi:masts Si Sala, natters* lei camp,
ana Straw Wads. ar• mollellid, and will be ao'o, on
or *tab • tonna
GAMIN, BROWS MID LIONS OOLOBS,
How and **pa patterns, Jug maimd at tb.
NEW OARPET STORE
ffol'arland, 0111ing & Co.;
bevels tie lo.r Onimand DUIPAICZ , ISUILDIRIL
NEW cA t imrs.
patelessee ..item the mutt deleteedeh et the
Briars llgatiata, vs aor rocierba4bo sow!
km m BRINULB aad INGIBII3III, aM ars abb
oar •• axapisto masts of
Cupets, Floor Oil Cloth, Ratting, is,
Inas very Imp noduotlon FIL pima.
OLITER . ICOLENTOOK; & CO„
Is _ miss mom
701 61111111113 117111039:610.
Wo en dal 'alba at tha ;dos of a roe go,
White, Cheduid and Fumy Silting,
In mil style aid of • mai*" gaW4.
OLIVIB ICOLINTOOY ik
+=um% trittiottt donor to axitOlOg
111:11021 ICRINSTO7I. ,
Am 40, bi
ease zadthadi sad Toeceth siesta.
stalwart PIITALII2IOIIS gill WU/4M $0
auto; sad arttelas se 301111 8 / I TITS BIT.
Tina imathisthar prim
hit • ' •
A OttAN IA I .
- Asookia sedvat se
'um runt MN= or waits nip
` , BOOTS.
Rain fiwi apatog
111 IP =OS NISIIIIIIIft
vatic MAK. a 904. No:. UB5 Lib
y oft 7 etssikint 7whil.a. Gro
om. Oomitisbn &minute, sulidesUrs la OVIIN.
IST iliuDllolll. POBVIIII0•11;116100 1 . LARD;
BUMS. lOQB.OBUII.If BH, too esopuce,
/TOUR: GRAIL SUDS. BB *BD;AsIBD
/SOM. lie ESAU. Sad yle
•I• U Y ISMS AriIiAITIIJI4,
SOO bisorWoossia Poore* Cbv iii; ,
' • , do , (bolo. *dated
ANabari , de; ,' •
SO . - do &Styli hap`greikis dal
10 'do *osmium
• bulk. obelainalkict AmAri
7 .i nt *A=111111011; t
- : -1 • mast
114 00 4 0 1 0 YOAr ii‘Xnßa
spas aid eismitiOhiciripra pis e.;* ,
plaaniniat .BOUNMtBIAIC PAY.
-th. '.11111:1"."11191 67aa ll°
sal To *yr wirer vi; - uses*
pi ashisit 111 -
drop WU Noriodosit
ammo si so babir re Is
seorrsd rasa rrows. 641:111113
N SW ("DBI
Eloise weer 154 beautiful aqiis.
A doges saarhmilt.
in ell the diehhble colas.
Also. fall Me of those asap floor SUM
Post tscelved std for We vat kWh by
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.,
77 AND 79 MARKET ST
'GMAT' CLEARANCE SLL
3ElBXl.33i 3 'Et v ! 3 .
D RY GOO
Yam , Kai;
tar Country Mardimits topplied, at. rsisolable
• no 1011-0.4811. yt
DRY GOODS I DRY GOODS I
J.• M. Burchfield's,
PASO! BILLO, Tea *lmp ; •
MIME DRUM GOODS, Tay obisp ;
BILL eAcvnee, very amp,
.. 11A2M . 14415,Tia amp;
811 AWLS! 114PLII t Say dap:.
mime caps sassrul
!Alareiresteast oUgoadi fit na 01=1/
N. I. col* 3UT 975
AT ILEDUOBb PILLOW I
BIIIVIMER:43'1 1 0 08 .
Redvics.Prices to Ruch OPolost
As will asksit ot;ret with pnrchoWs
Osse 'Weill aim imtti fah troshtsaelulis lattOi
• Le* Wets *MA•• :W• saw &a ts mils noslys ot•
HEW;. ANE-,NEBnlatidit GOODS
By Arpnr.so slid. custom=
lisessissmtbisi ea wad lwassUas. •
~[exeb flit and beeliri ' who
init for Visi
Will And war Floss ws law se IA Arg SWisslS how*
sit*. Lidemic a 00.,
bic . • . •
.: •Hp iv 111TH mum.
1344401114 OUP- -
ID lapse grain
MN. Si WWI! STRUT
: • 1 , L
TRIM; NIIIMSLIPAND 4:141art , zr..:
0- 1 .37,0
1r5449Wrk 4104 ?D5.
• • -""1"
TB Mniket 'LUC *Mk& bliam:ll..,
ciftntuirf cam`, ,
v. *Mohr aCtiaiirtilit GUrnai
, • •?-vs,
A '4l - 6 1 4 ** I f itgff# 1 4 " "•9qiniNit .._
11111.0Rvii t GUM,
Bemkssirks.. - , .
H 'op Skirts.
Saloon & Skirts
Woe, uort terpeeous. lar„
Itrob'd Irts'w e.
'Asti olds Leos,
Dowlks; . .
L C :tansy*.
21 FIPTII BUM
Te dais oat mr
oows¢a. d "'dig lb: O 1 t
oa,por br want 441,44 to maid Uri
in loon itttormtood to okr
wilionsasi stock al goods
1111: to likkseil patois to essari
Ns sou) Tutu squoi:!:
1 44nrOr 1 " ,
' Oft .0
THIMIL&S 0. 4 bit. /oath & Mm®&
'1 1 z 1 :t4:4:1:1'
ItILTAIL DliktAltd, of the tit, tad
tatitut• towns, aza torpootfoltt to MAK to • •
our stook of
- 17111111111INGS. 11111[M. ITOATITTA GLOTIN
imsaol Drams, lITSBONIA
LACK 000na .elli B1&B.DIERSIB $
lirtatrri & N AO6
SU llB N lert,
• I BIIT irI TOI, '•
- r rlll B.
And tha TatWaxman undo balm 1, of bagman.
Tao@•Who pawl:aunt. d•ilyaimaa
third OHM. , be Wand
,aznanst, mat y at
the • aba ft : • Nam
. • • mid that Ida air iannos. t
teeiltHei amen elm la rgs's' t•
mum - .a. Qum
• smote — reailm
• ow.ev. Irmo toti nieihat."'
BATON, & Co.,
Noa. 17 aro 1111 la BM
unnumee; , gdok "mak
iitezanutee, - azywonsi,
SIMBONB, UMW opti ti asara.
many, =rim* um.
YU.bwprkr oa odd& sordimipEssikesill
t i ontri ... amA ta....a sna a m. urn :A i
pumusza, sad all alto bay to off Wis..
AND 4:1111117ND wosiviDanualle.
Jolt received, Isrie h olcaa,of th e . dariesbie
goods, In choirs voices, at
18 78 Market ae.
BARGAINS IN IiMBROWSRIES,
ILA.CSIII3Y k 9LTDI'4
.916 TB liar BLINA. ThieTii: Dlsalorl.
Writ r i"
CONBLiA.TIISN. - TROUPE,
Oa mount the great swain stieldlig their pw
formsoot, and b s Plaid liStsist albs isidis.
trig isussis for • - • - '•.••
ONE WEEIL 7 —C . sou.
MONDAY ZVRISTNO, 4te nor, "U
dating the ilea- • • -
The - Eitbal."ASTlßTgi int appear fa their um
programme of guelGo, DAl9ogn; - BOBLIIO III .
ATI:1111E41A9 AGT., .2i3IIIOIIIIITAT. KOKO.
ZETILLVAOANUe. go. - •
earA Ozand Mattne• aii - f3V111111?Ja LEVI-
MOON ON rnoßiviiii"piaz NIGEL
ddistastois. SS 1:3SIIIL
- oonza fflars=etro
adAnd ad Ital., ova ilkitardiegeelevery Nam)
PHOTOGRAPHS. et sow du mad sty* *to at
tolotal, tom tbs topalit doll*, to Clottua
141 4 6 •
iIIBTIASiag weiddlltatdoWort tla
tontiori of gm • 'APF;OIv.I'TIA w 7 "6'44'
Wive tbL esqbabirst, boat' riidisi by • dn.
4tosi itatO. I •
earnuass sunsuirit goass•
teat.. - . • 1.1. :;" • . mustialyatmenr
•rn IntbIALAS o.sllolNl.Elf,
• • attiatimirrr ocampr, Pe.
Rcv. B. IL On; ILPO/Ac i.
" - Au. IL, A. EARL Aim
1146.11 ABA it a. 10AL313. - Ssams — zurtrlncs.
OA Ku& and enkomata arobegi.
TA. nomensioa of.kogeolootATMEOAT. top.
tioitAk 10. MS, •
issis—Per # 4 lica =Mal
- 3 0 , 1 0 11 1 " . • WO CO
• • I M i *FRI!'"
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WIDOW Si'WO& .-] i '
fl Nopthr atom* hoist 1/11114 *ad he tba
atoosamoooaloazol ~eitlteaten hat Ova UV Mi
VA ." V il tlirortatrZ c at 4 Pot e ' l 13c624r.
ardtastaa. sad mile inie - MB lima nab tof
oto kaumistagsattoa to pliata.:4, il , ^e!
- no Boitoed. Ira. JbeemettoN fa a fkm
Zap to itaant Batboy de Sl a t i st o f albs
rave troth SU Pala, he
to Weed t o Stant:WM Palttik, ha as sal
Amato' anmaimeatki bin aim to genii
dishes sad .indisideita' with Waite .. j....
dammed arts, at Us toUtnehog. • gekteothiba
or ball barrel, (nut= Ste isill — E
= ... tanotaoata 10
" kW Mail. t00k.1.111 galikautr--.... It
-- 'All ordon sidnatedeollt - Ts:LNIDEINONI. 1d
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'SO say be kW, witalgiale: PAWN
Sae geoid. at, nesseablis nOss, /a' moss%
Latin iiiim et • Await Wiwi&
doh OW be ' afttnifilvd. , Oles ustinifiems
- tg rhmaiN tslettil IKWAVlLtraiplAtilA
• V 1r i arib lir - falithiagefik?
• Ordat: WI Ite
1011.111 , 04 1 : ; ‘l7: - ---,'• "rx 1 .-3 p 4 v., :
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11Suabor at Amorist mad " " b.
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obs.,..pubdpb.f.bwo#P ,ll := ll
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lessamemot Mir r ia wriO
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z. :11AP ALL ANHOWi umum x 4 ; ; Ar ret4 . 41 : 1 •61 . 8
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llealite' Tbaatiar at 1111itier. am
l• • ;gala ain•lo•www 1 L.....,10•A CIS.
cots at six asablat __......tim r• - "Tra Tart. 011 he
3. 41. ZONA, lu mr --0 . st manta,