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MCINDAT itaume, 31ITLY 20
CITY Ali ALBS.
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m. NMI B. EMILIO&
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.701111 P. MAYO.
Death of Cap& J. R. Sample.
We regret to announce the decease of Capt.
Joreadak Y. flample, of the 189th Pennsyl
vania Regiment, from the affect' of wounds
readved in battle at Gettysburg. On Sunday
of last week Mrs. Sample learned that her
hailuad, who had previously been reported u
la s favorable condition, was not expected to
swim aad the thous set oat to visit him.
Bbs fond Mat us Tuesday last, in one of the
Wdhospitals tad unable to be removed.
slakbig so rapidly as to preclude the
peasibilktp_of month and on Thursday he
expired. He hadlesa shot through the lower
pert of the abdoraen—the ball, entering the
aide near the groin, and passing obliquely
through the body.
Kn. Sample eat about the sad task of hay
lag the body embalmed andientoved home far
baba. She experienced considerable dilli
es)* is having the body conveyed from Get
=tellarrisburg, bat she surmounted all
and arrived bare with the remains
Ilatuthay at midnight.
Map. Sample was • resident of Allegheny,
where be has long boon known and esteemed
gas belestrious and worthy citizen. He to
fleafiad the eompany of which he subsequent
ly-took esmnurad, and his career as an ardour
has been =dal and, honorable. Although
Past - the mendian of life, he doomed it his
',duff: Wean fes a timid' family and friends,
rend give kb seryfeas (snail need be his life)
buddies , of his country. His oldest
Mr. Joseph Sample, had unlisted earlier in
the war, and muod with credit in the Font
Ponnuivaela Cavalry) until Incapacitated by
dhoti*, when he came home and ended his
y_outlfal wither away from the strife of battle.
He was IrarleGlebout six months since. Mrs.
• Sample has MU another eon in the army,:who
• bolds • a Lleatasaath aolamlasias 11. bad
eiallatid se a private in the 624 Biiiiment, but
.11111 treasfened to the 139th Begtment, that
. • be might sudsy the society and counsel of rib
tether. He eaw his father fall lathe bast*
bat be was suable to go to he, easistanoe. He
waa Sold, lower, th at lb Woe: was not
daagerously injured, and his duty required,
• that he should push on with blaosomaand.
Garb we the hardships of war.
• Tle fusers' of Sept. Sample will take plus
`this afteraus, from his late residence, No.
Latest itagalatioms About the Draft
" .eito Mora notated amosuintee.
Idle now offinially decided and announced
that ae more noire substitutes can be rewired
- be white men who have been drafted. The
- dada lutanist Provost Marshal General
histamine& the following decision
Any person drafted may furnish an ac
, monlitte eabetitate who Is a military &unyo
ked for his canine; but a Imre is not a
taq Kenna% for • white man, ands exist
Claw this deeidOn, the Enrollment Santis
ed Use several daunts cannot receive liana
as substasisa fet,Whlte man. Negroes, how
emir, will be reedind as "labialises for colored
meat , map be drifted. Toe regulation does
not aeon the awe of those who have already
tarnished adored substitutes.
The drafted men from this eighth, wUI be
frist Cato Gaup Itowepting the oolond
chafted Mac who will be forinded to Camp
Wm. Pais, flitail•lpkti..
Dzatiod men who claim exemption by
~maf physical disability, bet who, upon
egamimatiem, are pronounced ablabodled, viii
huhlNwad thin days lantdsh to faidah as
sisepubie 'Ostia', or pay the sum of $3OO
- will give groat assumuoa to a large
time Ofdraftetnea, who feel incapacitated
;-,-...fst dui, but who, it pronounced
•-• 111POSIl by tat nripea r would either furnish a
ei ambelitate or pi* , the
. oeinsautaden. Ample
(three days) is no w allowed after the ex
:l7-iandantinits in whieltio attend to this matter.
The Medina Avid .
- Ne due has yet been discovered tending to
weal the masers. of the Coy fata ll y, at
ideith_s., Ode. The reward for the arrest of
de perpetrators has Pea inersesed to 47.100.
• sidled useatinstion of the bodies proves
rm the etre/0e was ,most desperate. Coy
ri has oat usenet the throat, and reedved
s3ir.ar Ivo slashes on the right side. The
sepals the seek severed the jugular stk.
were so lass than twenty-four wounds
"Ss the Mdi of Nri. Coy, aid her throat had
litaisise wady from ear to ear. e The pals of
~ .loslers head was severed to the buns, sad her
Naas sex pissed entirely' throigh in two
- - Posits.: One of her ribs was broken, and a
‘''' '-'Wks w.iad had penetrated thi lung. ikv-
NM .mesa plasm of th e knife were found in a
wend es sis'sop of ha . head, the weapon
hitting idt•til . from onset with the skull.
.TM throat of the boy was sat in but one
Ow, smiting the large arteries. The bodies
owe hang burned, and if the flames had not
gars deserved and extinguished just at the
W% Os surds' would never have heal Cs-
.. - It is sow certain that Nr. Coy had
SAS la his - pomades, to aids.
thilnidble deed was prostrated.
;--niaaitael.sleotion of Directors in the At
awl iiiiaiWesictilitglys7 ColsPell,Ts
(olda Oessank) bid at Pranklia Mills,
• . • Partiip amity, in irasiday last, wad *aid
, Rata; - DirsoWn was ehplad Inaklin
7::.ALlll4llllaivisZiiii; Junrotai. R. Upson,
JAR IL R. RON; Nadville,GAYlim Chi, lfiklayaelds, Warren, Joel W. Tyler; Ash
lar/I, Jamb Orgill; New York Oily, ,Tlfes. W.
'•' 'llllllw4 Masada. McAndrew, Samuel
Wass, Ches. Lleaum, J. B. Clusmisarlabs,
' DasaN7. M. Dakar. ' -
The Beard of Directors isusedistely or
. lry &weft °Seers; Tier President,
Reati Piers . Preeldent4 T. W. ,
Joel'SairslarY W. Tyler; Tamura,
1ZflF): Assistint ilecresery, WOM H.
441sesti iseentave Oasaluse, =llsreen Rent,
"••••VAL Rewised, Was.SeyaOlds, WM. 1 /.
• Ths Lem of eke Olorolsai sad Makoatsg
11diroodf wow rsallod b 7 t h e scookkoldon.
: - I•Alet t soports prosoased show the work of sx.
..., - ....2 - A ntr ighbe rood west of , Akron to pro
-;:iptaislaZt sopfdly. Two thoesand num ors
eia. ,:qed, ea& awn will be Masa The
; T ul o,ey beeps* so lirtSpoport, Irmo.
„Anwar. • p a s . Itemised lotoomoUrso have Ws
osmosis& .Gk -lOW the ;any Coy -Iron
• indultoing thou see to be !kasha' w
. Asian or AMAMI Tas A tar young sau
Clifferiktiewti lilted alums sad haw
but Hr.Gearp,lhßyot aiktes,oolo,S tow
drys etas% est sada el la oeupaay with a
iiket et the tow& Be mold the horn:. sad
ea way, sad es Akelellostas day
be vie Neared la Cartelead uvula swig s
• • - tiNPIP :OW sanieil the itltl with whom
WOW is 411airia7pAild. bM dust km eat
t-Ertme, suds Si Itlay's elotians; hsr. - Katt having
` ihdat skald to lair. Tao, sue both tats
tally 81. to sell Masa la Can
4.. 7 g iTicil d O4Ol
*dee the ass* et bows Denals."_lll4
i t 4 seal feeeriblas ohs W.. sad =premed the
:,tits"....110: 1111 alibi he NM St usltta
- Una hen iesettd34.
C. MI; Dat l'owtroit v ottooi to
mell Won d Inksim
Weedle nod of Jeffer
son eounty, to campy I few lines in your pa
pa. In thus times of war" which try men's
souls," it may not he out of the way to record
the dolmrs of the patriotic citiosos of that
valiant little °amity. While most other coun
ties of the State had a portion of their troops
raised by draft previous to the invention of
the present conscript act, Jefferson county
raised all her quota by volunteering, and had
a credit of nearly cnolinndrod over end above
all the demands of Government. on her
patriotism. Na brave boys have fought in
that gallant band, the Pennsylvania Reserve
Corps, while the 100th Pa. reginteat will be
renumbered for Genghis deeds on the battle
fields from Pair Oaks to Gettysburg, as long
se bravery and '
valor ars cherished to the na
tion. Nearly all of this regiment went from
the . -
farms and the lumber establishments of
Jelfarson county. The 135th Pa. regiment of
nine months' men contained one cowpony
from Jstarsoa county, and the 148 th. contains
two three years' companies.
Oa last wept a large company under Oapt.
Chas. BMA's, of Brookville, lett Camp Howe
for Western Virginia- In Camp Swearinger,
near But Liberty, there are three Joffe:son
county companies which have entered the
three months' envies. Of these, Copt. Brock
way, with his sompany of troops from the re
elm of Little Toby, entered Camp Bowe on
July 36. Capt. Cyrus Butler, (now Lieut.
Cot. in Col. Porter's regiment) brought a
company of ninety-two men into camp on
July 4th, from about the borough of Brook
ville; and ins day or two alto!, Capt. Dia nu
brought another Jefferson county company to
Camp Bowe, numbering seventy-six men.
Thus hays the lumbermen of that county re
sponded to the call of their country.
Think not, however, that there are none of
that infamous class of political muds called
copperheads in that county. They exist there
of the most malignant type, and have exerted
all of their miasmatic influence in opposition
to the war for the Union. It is Desolate to say
that those apostles of Jeff Davis have ever
and always belonged to the Democratic parry.
They are, in tine days, busy holding copper
hied meetings in the townships, crying
„ pears" and opposing the war. Being tang
ier with the political complexion of nearly
every man in the three companies in Camp
stestinger from that county. I hazard
nothing in saying that nine out of ten are net
Democrats, but were of the Republican party
of 1860. In our company, I know of but two
or three who did not vote for Linooln, or were
Lincoln men. I.balletre that kite great mass
of those who adhere to the "copperhead"
party are to render swilling support
to the Government, bit are, nevertheless, held
bark by the alders of this fell rebellion, who
are at the head of, and who lead the present
pro-slavery, polygamy-loving Democratic,
copperhead politicalorgenle►tfon. M.S.
Azervira.—the Hope Steam Fire Engine
arrived In the city on Saturday evening, and
wen duly delivered to the Hope Eire Com.
piny, of Allegheny. It is &powerful looking
apparatus, and will doubtlefs folly mist the
expectations of the Company.
Csrrusin.—lreWilloMlD.• notorious rebel
guerrilla leader of West Virginia, wu re
cently arrested seer Morgantown, together
with several other rebel', among them an ex-
Senator named Muddfelon, of Preston oonnty.
EIPZCIAL LOCAL MOTICSS.
GUM AID Brumes amnia Km:mum for
family and manufacturing purposes, are Um
pat in am.
Y. Onatorr, Ganiesl Agent,
No. 18 Ala street,
TIIOIIIIII Paw, Main and Ornamental Slate
Bader, and dealer In Penniyhasia and Ver.
monk elate of the bast quality at by rates.
OWN at Alex. Laughlin's, near the Water
Worke r Pittabursh.Pa.
Ad the County Treasurer has now titled up
the room formerly complied by the County
Commis/donut, in the north-west eons?, first
floor of the Court Haim, we would advise all
our friends to call and pay their tax while
they can have the benefit of the per mintage.
HAWSLIVI STAZ T 1017116 at MILIODIO
Whig Met With peat encore. "Mt oontinne
timir delightfal performanass-owery night
this week. Those who wish to enjoy a hearty
lank must see this my talented troupe, who
for nasality, variety, and starling merit can
not be equalled in any other irises of amuse
mint in the States. •
Waage OCT me Baths &root At COO.-
esal Graham, merchant tailor is selling off
kb Opting one Sommer stook olgoods at oast.
Thiry muds% of all the latest styles of cloths,
tauimeres and vesting, of which he le pre
pared to make up in the most fashionable
MUM and 001 i prin. The public should
not neglect to ay. ail themselves of this rare
shines and save money by giving him au
Also, • large auortateat of plate and tansy
earalmeres, well adaptatfor boy e wear, which
,be will sell by the pima far- below east.
'Malkin should not neglect to call early.
• blo. 64 Market street,
ATIMION. 11111117111110 V OLIZIMW I—The
attention of our etreatry's !awe defenders re
cently pawned from the Seat of war, and of
thi piddle biginteral, spin directed to the
very extensive and handsome assortment of
the latest stria of Preset, Briglish and
Azuwirran plow goods, for pats, coats and
nots, lately received by Messrs. John Wein
• 00., Notroltant Tailors, No. 126 Pedant
street, Allicam. A tasteful selaotion of
gestimaan's shlag goods will also alms
behind on the shelves of the establishment,
toper/a with s lot of road,— • clothing,
pit up In the beet manner.
Now Aram& OP Boxisis Qtariusa.—Of
bra we errsi &hod, whin osa we bay • mat
*ad comfortable swum suit, mega to order,
thus loving this shame of solootlng our owe
goods? 'Town *Wu inquiries wawa answer,
Wnilosidu , W. IL Noes, & Co., corm of
Omit and Diamond fignano, Alleghe
ny, sad you will be salted aeoordlag to your
tests. Tbay how put rotelved their mums:
goods, aid for Wilma of styles thq cannot
be inwpitsmid, and for Atoms tiwyttr• the very
persons, &slit* work ts all dons ander their
own.supovvidos. elv• aim a can, end you,
asanot ha to be satisfied.
Dieu , Danterwr.—At the Dental laid.
tate, No. 261, Penn strest,ests- of teeth for
iota dollars, better than those at Ave dollars
at the *Um dental establishments. AD per
sons are requited to call at the ,Institate
after haying asurtalud the lowest prices at
the other cheap places. All work done at
the Institute is sweated superior to any
chap Dentistry in the atty.
A Em Bran or Hen.—Sr. J. H. Con
nell, N. T. city, gays in a letter " I prom.
red Mrs. 8. A..Allaa's World's Hair &atom
and Zylobalsamum for a relatin. I asiilip
py to say it prevented the falling idf of the
hair, and restorad it, from being gray, to its
natural glow and beautiful black."
Bold by dnigests arewskere. -Depot, 198
lireenwidit Yogtr n. dew
Nonoi so DNAPIIID 1111.--H. 0. hlsokroll,
Atte/1167_4i Low, No. 114 Pdth Omit, nest
door to oTigkgsßanklag Rom 1A11401414
to' the' beldam of
. trowittiog 411: tioists of
freswoo tort. owtophoo. Mr. - Ira. tarp
samedal tardeawb la AU lauds of Mg.
dier's dam, Ailbln to awry way to attend
to this bailaut. _
&thaw Dee to your owl boalpt, de not
tout to aor eappllot F Cholera, •
and Bowel otaplaint "al folk* your slight
er& indbention. Bolthrero • Pilh mid 064•
wear shotild be to every then's knapsack., Tito
HAWK and truth troops use no other mod
dna. Only Sheens per Mx or pot. 216
Norma to horny: llosarsto r Aims Aso
Ara Omar Inziorm.—Por !trolly or
tasting to none or dwellings r new rook or
4= oho Li the Clarporitar Wie r aU M
• gorpostor Skop, Wrest r
ohsn Bida leit !!, B4 orifir! '•• • •
Osatetioa64 - I:iia 404 be takea
M 414ealiee alb% Mo. dal Welty street,
ler or alight. 411 *An lan at tbe above
}La will bugoaptivittiiiisd 'An astir
woo b• 'fad ._!ie el? wawa. Ile
Tt! :. DlLgurlikD
Tabu OLLIIIIIEG Wl6lllllOl
Oas bore their papiri drawn op tq cal4rapou
T. wAvspis DAT. 30. Ott T/010..#01.,
• t =llto Ploroot Ihanksre 011.14
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAI , DISPATCHES
Epectal Dispatch to the FULL:ugh Gazette.
WASHIROTON, July 19, 1863. -
10:45 r. ff.—The ramon of aniatintion to
superoede General facade by General Grant
are entirely unfounded. •
lc 1311011 Or Till 11101. I
There are no sips of any rebel force In on:
immediate front, except at OiooquOt creek,
where. small party of gnerrWuor' gathering
'mimes Nov scrarsos se cossournox.
It has been decided that Indians and hall
breeds are not Eibject to draft under the con
waszsAsocrre OP wri's ♦atii
3. General Lee Is supposed to be well on Ids
way to Culpepper, or even beyond there.
Twelve thousand mounded hive thus fir
been removed from Gettyobarg, mostly sent
to the chief eastern cities.
Matters hero ate exesedlngli dull.
General Sherman begins to be talked of as
likely to be brought east for • permanent
Rebel prisoners are span on the way to
No more apprehension of the mob is being
Rev. Dr. Massey, representing four thous
and English Clergymen, ailed on the Pfeil
dent with Lyon and Seward yesterday. The
President expressed hie gratification at Anti-
Slavery in portions of his address. It was read
to a large audience bore to•night„ and re
sponded to by Dr. ftailderiand, on Wolf of
the Waddington ele:egy, the majority of whom
didn't sign on one excuse or another .
specie oupstch to the Pittsburgh Ocoee..
Pnictuumawiu, July 17, 1863.
Three companies of the Seventh Mahican
Cavalry encountered a large body of Stuart's
rebel cavalry, on the Alexandria rsDrocd, on
Ssturday. A desperate fight ensued. Cu
loss is 20. The rebels were routed.
Since Wednesday l,.at over 8,000 wounded
rebel prisoners have passed through this
on their way to Davis blend, New York.
They were ragged and dirty.
Straggling rebels from Lee's army are
roaming bbout the mountains of Pennitylva
yds. They are picked up by our scouts at the
rata of a hundred per day.
The thirty days' regiments for the emer
gency in Pminsylvania are returning: home.
A considerable. number of regiments and
batteries are quartered is different parts of
Mon of the wards will be drafted this week
A big riot is istpouible.
Wanareavon, July 19.—These is nothing
delinitely known about Lee's army. He is
making his way to Culpepper sad Gordons
ville with all possible speed.
The Navy Department hes rewind a et vs
intieleetion from Bier Admiral Porter„ dstiNd
the 9th inst., in which he states that, haviiir
received informatien from various sonnies, on
the 21et nit,that the rebel Gen. Prioe was mov
log from Arkansas toward the Niailisippl.
The proper disposition to meet the rebels, as
he knows to be assailable, sending a fore. to
Helena. Bragg, Tyler and Hastings were the
vessels detailed. The objeet of the expedition
was to prevent the rebels from their design of
moving on south point on the river, wattle( off
our transports and relieve Vicksburg. They
attacked the outpost et our troops, cn the 4th
Laic, with their whole form, and, as the
works were slight, succeeded in getilog nes
elision of • smell fort of four light gnus. The
troops behaved moat nobly in the engage
and at the writing of the account (Ad
miral Porter's report) Pilot was tatteadag
WiIIBISOTONt J o t j3l.--Bevea hundred end
fifty nom prisoners strived here thin morning
from the Army of the Potomac. T meaty
eight odious were ladvided in the *umber.
The enrollment of persons for the draft will
be completed hen. en Monday- Twenty
thousand of the Irit, and wen thousand of
the stoma aliases are enrolled. Nieept Ina
very few instanhts, the enrolling odious
have met with /AO trouble, and in no case Ass
Sonoma TioPosoe been attempted. It Is
thought 0111 Y two regiments will be Oohed ~ o r
from this Dkstriot.
PIQYOVt M.ses•L, QUIL4IIIIOIII/011,
WASKINGT 01 July 18,1663.
areigar N.. 61.—The fourth paragraph of
Carctuar No. 44, toned from this °Moe, July
10,1863, Is hereby matted .10 as to corres
pond with the opinion of Roo. Win. Whiting,
solicitor of the War Department, which will
hereafter govern in all eases to.whleh it Us,-
phosbic Opinion—A possoaelialto d into the
military service of the lisdbod States, under
the provisions of the "Act of . March 3, 1863,
chapter 75, for enrolling and ca ll ing oat the
national forum, audior other purposes, claim
ing extunption from draft by reason of any
disability, as provided in said ant," has - the
right to haesithe question of his disability
submitted to and passed upon by the IKI/ad Cli
enrollment, whose decision thereon Is. disk
If the board shall have decided that the
claimant is liable to sem, be has the right
after such decision to pay hie eoisunutation
mosey, or to fund:eh his substitute within
such extended amaze may be Axed by. order
of the board of enrollment for his appearance
for duty. Wit. WHITING
provost Makskiitt lletteraL
Mr. Whiting, saildiar, pays that the , drift
la Now Yoga ta dalagad only while the:skiblis
being quailed, aad Me onyallinant wilt be
adorned 'Jihad fear Or favor in story 1011 1
Antral 'ot the. Steamer Ltairsa.,
Now Ton, /Ida' 19.-The 'Wager Baum
has arrtinsi from Bremen via Boatkampton.:
on the Bth.. _
The Glicaltar (later Sumter)had left /Aviv , -
goo' for Nunn, freighted with monster Jane
to look oat let /federal aurrehaistmsm.
Consols Ann, 92%@)9234 for mom.
Frame—Traits one crops lionsishles i Suite
closed at 6813160.
Pidead--The National Government hat
agreed to a oonferene, of the police
Polish question on oosiditian of the eoneinsion
of an armisties_alltillite4bnit/seoll into the
ansferenee of its repessentation.
insurgents, hest the Russians in
Otailinski ant to plans • deteclunent of
Bocheberan, the French commander of the
Insurpets, appeared with six hundred well
armed men on the Itaniari side of the Prat&
The Keehn ofaiiiintoree Operations.
Haw Toix, July 113.—Adirioict4r the /al
ton state that the.rerait el tillators'a open..
dons op to the morning of the lath, are as
follows: Ile has possession of all the bet
torlu on ILorrislelandonve Nod Walser.
It is reported that onr iron-Glade' had ludo
a breast on the heath wall of Sumter.
On thelatit, a nasnlisr, of prisoners were
brought In to Folly Island, many of then
stating that they were forced Into the rebel
nerries. -- law are Gumanl, - il4 will ha sent
Odin whims per the Halton-are manly
oarroboratire of the Boston Herold reporter's
' Tom= Moms, ;sly it —Toreador of
tossoootha rebid owrat W,ltaa Hash Leo
gootala ittlatkr we roamed from tat
MoOlollos licapital to Patron
puma bra oolosisto nadir a gaud. 11,1400:
tier stat - to -- dor -Babel Gororasopt that It
t i m wow Captains &worm ,u 4 /Wu.
whoa sigr, solF, Wets 4oac4palblielial
sad Wet f atom -11. 1 1=4 •
Wlador will la aroratad Is
The •IllteutUou about , Cluluiestou•sdk
Rebel Steamer Captured.
Balton, July 181-;—The Bastat's corns.
pondent ryes the following anconnt of the -
Mina day's fighting on Morris Island : ,
On the mornin' otthe 11th of July the lith
Connecticut and 9 th Maine mode - a furious
attest upon-die ummings Point Battery, got
posseseion of it end heisted the American
flag. At daylig ht Port &Otter opened upon
them, when a Petnisylvenia regiment coward
ly deserted them, refusing to, Maud by their
comrades. The other regiments held the bat.
far, nub' they were badly out up, and then
abandoned %sad the rebels again took pee- -
session of it. These two regiments have
shown themselves heroes in tide auspaivi.
At ten a. m. the Monitore proceeded to at
tack Cummings' Point - Battery. and at brave
o'cleolt three of the wooden gunboats opened
on the battery at long range, and threw:three
200-pound shot directly into the works:
Port Bum r has been throwing shells into
Morris Idea -without doing any damage to
our side. T e -cannonading ceased at four
o'clock p. m.
-The Mont rs bare been supplied with '
fresh crews f m thediderent ship s .‘
The iron-o d Montauk his Just inbred
from Port Bo al. Eike 4 over the bar, malt
ing, with the ganboats, fourteen vessels in
front of Mo s Island and Sumter.
We shall re mmiuce the &stank to-morrow
morning, whe we will noosed in silencing the
Clamming. Poi t Battery and Fort 'Johnson.
Everything is working well. The batteries
opened in earnest.
The Melphis has just brought In a rebel
sidewbeel steamer, loaded with cotton, cap
tured while trying to run out et Ball's Bay,
P. B. Oar troops will hive their battery
done in two days more, and thii, they can
Frain North Carolina.
flawnsan, July 17.—The Deis/emu% of P
Virginia by s recent order *ins the lieeretery
of War, his been *soiled to the Department
of North Caroliii ,dei ce enl:. G. Poster
oommanding, who leae G o n e r Portion Mon
roe to organise' his ecmmand. If the GOT
oniment will furnish - him with -• respectable
force,which it has thus far bees usable to do,
Important and lasting results will at one* be
The Raleigh Stecedard is in favor of a re
construation of the Union, and thinks the
probable terms of reconstruction between the
North and South will be the adoption of a
graciail emansipation system by 'all the re
bellions States, which Carolina, in common
with the other slave Btateriwill swept, if the
Government will grant it. Notwithstanding
the life of the institution, it te not in the lout
impaired by this war, es la generally believed
at the North. Nothing but a grist standing
army, between the misters and the slaves,
eauld impair the institution, over which le
thrown they-shield of State and municipal
laws, together with the inherent will of the
Sentient people. Hence this. terms are the
cheapest we =offer, sad the but the South
The Wilatiagic:n Joereel, an original mis
sion sheet, in speaking of the sesembling of
the North Carolina Legislature by Governor
Vance, Detenash.y to cc/udder the question of
the Confederate cannaoy e eliaries that other
and more Paportent phlegm ocessionche called
Session. It Wept/. dement*" the esethstrse*
sionista as 1:D4114n to 'me tlid Legislature
as a seems of Accomplishing other, porpoise.
The GA6IO. State /weal ibises the dis
covery • • secret political expatiation,
whose pet/pos . o4S moat inferno* and tree
sonesca.,.which hes doubtless ramifications
throughout.** Stets, and that develop
ments may swiftly be axedr whisk will startle
the most epithelia.
NNW • TolK • July 19.—The steamship city
of London, hem -Liverpool on the Bth, and
Quenetown on the 9tb, has ebbed.
A ppwerfulbon-plated ram of 19,00 tom
biteelied from Lairds Yard °Amiably
for the Meaperor of Chino, bat intimated to
be forth. rebels, to to have a revolving Cri
A iptlldcal disturbance - embed in Bella;
awd barricades were aorieUy commenced when
the tumnit was put down.
Urea from /,iefrpoot, July 9.-;-Cotton le
quifit and firehouse*.
The weather le favorable for crops.
- Broaden:as flat, tending to decline. Pro-.
vi done ere iltdel and steady.
lily Ye 'Kt Jul./ 18.—Troops from the
end Navy Yard! have been returned to their
odenal localqies. Three regiteents of militia
are aspirated to arrive this evening.
ti.a. Dix arrived here this evening.
- The New Orleens Ens Metes that the gun
bait nom& captured two and burned three
schooner' on the Taxes Gout.
The Ecpreee Says that General Grant wilt
soon rehire* General Abode in command of
the Army of the Potomoo.
Gen. Wool and. Canby and Gov. Seymour
were In cove - ciliation at Headquarters this
POSTRWI Monson, July 19.—The
lag is from the Rio!mond Eignirer of July
Okorfaton, falll6 —Bb. GM. Carps r s We
attacked put of the enemy', forte on James
Island this mornitilb end dm , * aunt to pro
tuition of their, gunboats on the fitono with a
small ion on bath sides. The enemy is mus
ing his troops en Morril Island, evideutly for
another attaok..on' the bittery_of Mayne, to
night or to , morrov. Three brositortt end
the hioritor buts kept tin an almost °mutant
..Nre alrdayi on that work, withlit Mlle dam
oce to it, end•littio 4.*toottlag,
rho= hair,hitsul hesti7 skirmishing at Zook-
SOB. Mississippi. but nothincimportant.
• General Boapsarri»dherantllo olookto
Willlamston, on the Renoake river, wu.
bombarded by four of our gumboots, under
Capt:' Fineset, on Minidey night.' .
The bridge amen llizdasei nisei Was de
elloyedrand thesebels, who had reunify be
come quitehold, driven entirely from the river
misty amair book. .
Fu irr iron Cltarlettnd
brew "Zan July 19.=lfall details of the
win d o w, a sines Charleston are Unblishad.
Daring.the *pendant it rabid, steamer at
tempted to land leinfoiroemeats. on
Island, but *as dtiviga °clad destroyed by
our gunboatlY and the Omni Wary soaped.
It iproporlad,, also, that the rebel gunboat,
taming toe mu oaf IntilabbMas emptured.
Out lossea In tie capture of-the /lords
! d u d 'bitter* . and the attempt en , Port
foot up it 'follows t Tb. 7th COS"
neatint, 100, a large numbeiof •whouCar•
awes/ 3- ard DT Li 8 killed and 21-mead.
*d, 7dth= Penns., 149 killed, mounded and
fig : Ithlt1 , 11„ 6 wituidedr, fib Coam.
1 *OW JOU wednded;: . 42 di N., r.„ 4 t w it !
and 2 s 4, 4431 45 a 624 01044 morinded; oth
maw% 36 killed and 20 tionaded.
, • .
si quiory;endirsdat 'Of temerad.
, nsen isit a ttered. . Most,of thson ono.
e osped lamming thelrTanaiiiise lira. and
joining RhodduNewoone, who reheated to
*este TrentOr. 4 l l o oonsiderable bodies of
irsend tan ira te* north of Smell
b o dies o 4 ormod Olin an tides and tronblo.
The ottini of the Nicol& lice, while
oat on bus Wan at Upton DeWitt was ton
solititod by rehiwisow; He eked flu Ws
to pr•care, h.! wu ranted; aid he was making Loa AMP fat MantPldo It Lot so
Our Burke Army to lifigints....No
- Pirolipeote of a Battle, atn.
Nair You, JitlY 10.--The Berates Wish.
ingtonvoial gym that our entire sassy is
back in tient&
The enemy is dill in the great valley of
wi r siela, moving down to Oltistei sad'
_ Di ceeso-for Celp4per, The
b aye d to dome through thenpper gaps
to wood Weeltingson 'said. hasp the Blue
Bldg. bottrosa themselves said our army. • i
Timis Ice prospect of a collision for *any
dsys to *caps.
, A t dispatch in the Baltimore biorriothy of
7eaterll7,i eosins, the statement' that oar
wAy i d o rl again beyond , the Patinae&
Irma Bin Army of. the rotennan. ; ,
New o r r th, 3 l/4_,/,& - tiwo ral l fent : _titi
'g o ad - of 4ne../tray. rot the I Pitoass,
jutr ig,kissoctut iambs of Lee's max
is supposed to bri,b•trii!D „,„L
Winotosbei. -,. ?.: -_- , r -- :
A atliPPlaltuft; -4.11 ../Y6 O O l faYi iiiit Sr.
lag ~,,, odd on Yridayntasnieg,i,jeppeleg
, se -h. spotlit* bycetimailafer4 at ; Our
)914.110 irigglchtrl4 l l'MlOW ; Totoolo.l
- , . galls of Five.Tiiiikiles...,'l; - A
- JAVIA4O4IO' 94111 . E . 4111..
m adorismA, riporoa flatuds7. rr *emery rawrs,lloo
, 4 Vt.
Av . . P 45
ifebpla Defeated at Jackson, Tenn.
WAiIItIOTON. July 19 —Major Gen. Hurl
but telegraphs-from Memphis, July VT, to the
-War newtons'', as follows
The enemy's cavalry was Amply punished
at Sashimi, Tenn., by Colonel Hatch, oa tho
Their lons was 200 killod, wounded and
Psisoaers; 400 conscripts -released;and about
350 horses ta" en, with more than that num
ber of arms.
red near, Buffington.
July 19 —Governor Boreman
-following ilia evening from
Three hundred , of hiorgsn'a
red near Buffington to-day.
IstloL Dick Morgan. There to
Morgue'. whole force will be
mm were cm
no doubt but
New York Troops Ordered Some..
A Bteuntur. Fired - upon by a Field
Battery At Mathias Point.
New You, July 19 —Several more militia
regimente-werwordered home to-day.
A Washington dispatch says the rebels on
Saturday fired on the steamer Geo. Peabody .
with field pima from Mathias Point, on the
Potomac. Gunboats wont to her proteotton.
Markets by Telegraph.
Hint Yolk; July 18—Flour dull; 50100 lower;
$4 9605 90 for max State; $5 5%55 70 for Ohlo.
Whom dull and I. oror;$1 05 forObicagoBprinl; $ t 40
for Milwaukee Club; St 596 1 29 for winter red
western. Corn 415685%. Oats dull at 65 Pork
quiet. Beef steady. Lard dull and nominal. Whle
ky quiet at 45% Concertos quiet.
New Toll, July 19-11 our opened dull and closed
for extra State; $6 7605 85 for B. H O. Wheat lo
lower &amok, active; St 0761 751 for Spring; $1 25
1 w 23 for Milwaukee Club; $1 27551 33 for red
unhooked. Wdtaky gulag it 45%.
Stoop rather miler, particularli sloes Me Board.
money 8557. Resifts dull and drooping. .Beading
1211; Brio 97%; New York Central $l 21%. Cold
8; 11 8. lirsregistered 81.104%; coupcxx, 106%;
62.0 k, coupons. 101%.
Capture of the Forts n NMI/ Island
--Breach made in the Walls of Fort
The 11. B. steam trareport Fulton arrived
at New York on Saturday morning, from Port
Royal, by whioh we have news from Charleston
up to 10,g o'clock on the morning of the 14th
On the evening of the 6th, General Gilmore
sent from Folly Island a large detachment of
troops in fiat-boats to the Southwest part of
Morris Island, which is densely covered with
wood, and daring the night the troops threw
op entrenchments, and by half-past three
o'clock six heavy Parrott guns were placed in
In the meantime a large qpntity of round
shot and shell were sent over to Morris Island,
and at a quarter to Ave o'clock on the morn
ing of the 7th, the wood was out away in front
of the battery, and the guns opened Are on the
The rebels, who were asleep at the time,
were so surprised, that they rule/ out of
their tents.,in their night clothes, end were
under the impression that the Federal troops
had succeeded in sattonnding them, and that
their capture was certain. In the course of
half an hour the rebels were drawn up in lino
of battle, and returned the Are from their guns
on our troops, without, however, doing any
On the evening of the 7th, a large body of
Federal troops were rowed to Morris Island
for the purpose of supporting those who had
been sent over during the previous evening.
Adout 103 o'clock the Mee evening, four of
our iron weds, which had bein lying cif the
southerly end of Morris Island, steamed
quietly up the harbor until they arrived off
Lemming's Point, where they came to anchor
sad made preparation' to take part in the own
As early as half-put four o'olook the guns
from Folly Island opened Are on the rebels
for the purpose of drawing their attention
from Gen. Gilmore's position. Everything
being in 'oedipus Gin. Gilmore ordered an
advance of his troops, consisting. of the 7th
CoPsoetibtkilth Maine and 76th Pennsylvania ,
At the fame time, the iron•cisds and Fed- I
end battery rained a shower of shot and shell
upon Fort; Wagner, which is the old Cam.
Point battery, diemoun g two gnus,
and ling a number of men in he fo
Wb le We: pannonading was a - its. height,
the '7th . Connie:lint graduall worked its
way in the rear of the rebel intienehmants,
and at shunt eleven o'clock were ordered to
Giving three .cheers for the Union, they
rushed_ forward and drove the rebels from
their gl, and bayonetted a large number,
who we subsequently removed to the reel.
The re rider of the rebels ran into the fort,
throw! away' their muskets in order to fa
cilitate her escape.
The lent 7th, meeting with molt success,
were again ordered to charge Fort Wagner, 1
which 4a4 already been badly damaged by
our Are j forming in line of battle they brave
ly rushed forward, and after fighting desper
ately, gained the parapet, which they held
for some tfolo, but the Rebels being largely
reinforced, the brave fellows were obliged to
It was understood that the Oonnietiout
boys were to be rupported by the 9th Maine
and 16th Pennsylvania regiments, 'bet for
soma unknown case, they were unable to
come up' in time to the support of the If lb ,
and the latter regiment slowly retired, tati ar
with the a number of prisoners. - "
The "ehatS• made by this regime - at upon
AA fort is - ooncedad 'by those who., saw is, t o
have ban: one of the finest ek, o t has bon
made during the.
~_.,rebellion, FA imbutpustl y .
the regiment TeeelTeh one Ya s uo, praise from
' The regiment, 0 1 11 . 'reporter was Informed,
went Into the fiat about seven hundred
strong, and came out with aloes of over two
hundred killed' and wounded. The - gallant
SOW of. ool Watient nobly paformed the dal,
assigned O'..enc, and relleotewl honer upon; their
The 9th Maine also acted acid% although it.
war not somas%exposed , f.0, , 10 Or. 01 She
rebels as the Oonesoticat mei:nail;
The 76th PennsylVi!..' ii,loportialtteek
an active part In the early In the morn
int, and after their Me r, who had command,
was badly wounded, the **infant was unable
to rally theni t mat they were ordered to the
The revolt of 'General- Gilmore's operations
'up to the morning of the LIM Is; that the
the 'Soden' lzoops ate to poilimsion of all the
batteries on 'Morris Island. ma Port Wag •
usr and up to the time of the departure of ,
thitulton. our °Oben were sanguine of the
capture of that . Vert.
The Izokolai s. it bireportad sesularod Od
dest servism. Wherever Asir shots struck
they told with fearful affect. "likrathyplawie,
eboutlhefort the Iron was ripped up and the
. guns dliniouted. At one Mae .theifelPS
was so rapid that the rebels wide coapellad to
111111111 tad: gans and
,seek refogein the ease
-1 mate& 1, • - '
' Motet on the . lith froa•ctade
And rit /On Banter s jet they did' not fairly.
tonsessoe nark mill the morons 'of the 9thi
when they opened with eantsetneas, their
ikon predating a good and upon the wail
at the south olds ; of the fort., .
Bo far as woken, bees. aide to asiertain;
the Ming was, kept up for two boon, when
Wert were gins to withdraw.
An °Son orate 47th' - NOW York ro g inent
who4lPlittest toldlite_pareer ot the Ful
ton. that a •bresek had been effected on the
southern facie of Fort Banter, and that insa
ne& as a num* of shells exploded inside
of the fort thin mast hare been considerable
lee of life.
The arias it is also reported continued up
to the noising of thip 13th but, bat with
what remits we are unable to learn. -
On the atorsing of the 13th one hundred
and thirteen 'wounded rebels were brought to
folly Isiaads where every — attention was
shows nen by our miens.
Keay of. too ,isosukod that they were
forced Intrillie rebel service, and Artwork& of
the'tnatosat Is whir& they had been sah
jaded dating the - past. year. • . •
Thep ris nanny Btrataass sad intend.
Z an" oath' a allegianni after with they
The /Bey York
,'Cbiaffeernfels . of Battuday
6 , " 1 04; ie ,innuipl the: Owe s says i
.We learn that theollent announcement of the
ciptareof Tort ?obits
kasi been raidied Port gander
, . . .
is now sownsondni•lky ono •
- !win irrna mgr.
OUI TALUU/S, will raisond to prow.
' 4611 3 11
it;imarem Mild* "-; ;
bang Una Skin enizze.
P MIMIC XOlllltEl3
O.EXAMINATION or TEACIIPS.
—lltale will to as osaoluation• f Tisetions
for the &boob. of Nanterre Pm: ealo, at Fpr rig Gar.
den Soboet Hoene. on M ND• V sioastm2 6
20th, at 10 o amt. All ntpllcalts urn regiselred
10' PITTSBLISUU S CONNIILL6- .
VILL'd SAII.I2OSD ardpANT4rsr
MORTGAGE TIIME Ogitllll. 0021-
OTSUUTIO re BONDS —Holders ate he re b yiil
tbst the loterrst tionporry oa the •abotre Scud', doe
itollust It; 1b63, .10 ha t old af,ar that "Oath 0 0
0.11.111n0t1012 and delivery at lb* Office tf the PIM.
torah Trost Compaq, Wool street.
W.O 1210121101 4 . •
Secretary end Treatorer.
OTIVAI or Nam= 11.1.111/03LTION C 0,4 1
. rittatintl. Hay Wth, 12133. 1 1
NOTIZE IS HEREBY GIVE to
the Subscribes to th e Stook of the eat- .
ern Tramportation Company that an arena; of
TIVS DuaLaltS ( $l5 Of)) PIS SHARE h beep.
loried up= the stock mbectibed.Olyahls at th aloe
of the Treasurer, at Pittehallth; on or before the
12th gay of Jane. 1203. and .0, like amount every
thirty days thereafter. until otherefl2o rfoheed
By order of the Board. ' •
,fetilm a. J.PIAPCMIGL, Offeretary.
Pit &LisaWWl INSllaalloll t
tsburgh, J ai, 6, 1889.
DIVIDEND.—The President end
Dinciars of the Atlegheer inaurttuoi Co
LW* this day declared • Dlrldond of TWO Doi„.
LABS AND fir IT 0 (I/ 60) per .hare oat of
tho earittiss of to, last Sti months, p able to Stock
holders en and atter holiday, the 15th si inst. -
11179 W • D. is. 090 K. Peoreten
WELBOTION.—Tho f3t3okholdero of
me Little 13aw Mill Dun liadircood Co. ens
Pnotified that an IClectlon mill be bold Pa
Praddent and Directors. to serve for tile timbal
year, on DOD DAY.Ilia 27th day of Jc*y nest, at
.the °Mee of the Oompany, in Tomperanoevil e, be.
Moen the Wino( I. and 4 o'clock p. m.
DIVIDEND.—The ttookbolders of
the Pittsburgh d Allegheny ilrldp 00. (e ,
Hood stre. t,) are hereby netlll.d tb.t • Dividend of
rota Pia ain't has fhb day been declined, out
of theprofits of the Int r x mente, payable forth.
with. B.BSILL, Tre•lnrer.
PROVOST MARSH AL•d tarrtos,
231, Marl= or PDYA
Allegbeny. ]ay 15th, 1861}
UUBSISTENOE OF DRAFTED
nS kilfa —Rroproale will be receivod at Clio.
office until WZDI. z6DBS, July Lod gi ngS. at 1
olock y. m., for Boarding and Drafted
iden, from the time of tholrreporting at them Head
quartette until they are dlschseged or tramforred
the Rendezvous about to be vet Motioned bore
Ridden will stare the number of men they can
subsist sni the price of Loaning and Lcdgiug
PaymiuSwill be made monthly, thrf rt_,h the Pro
vost Heise st Clanerars OM e.
Pb. aggregate coca fozßearding and Lodging tem&
not exceed Forty Cants per day, or for Boarding
alone, Thirty Cents.
J. W. gIEISCII.,
()apt. and Pitttost !lush'', 23d Dist. Pa
ti Lazo MAL% LI e 1111i.111 - IZ..—•
A. The madereignee le.prenved to eentreat Vate
tutors del»q 111711T1BOD011 OOQNTr GLASS
SAND WOK, to large or small quantities.
Marsarsou Phunp. a Beet; Ban
ana. Inn , of the firm one 4 Tabneatcetin Co.
lean be egen at the et. Chula. Robing:nit% 111-
day, the 17th hut.
By sub, madras A. B. B &1751 AN,
l7Mt3t Mapleton, Briptlngatm .'Pa.
aseVull. tt co L
• Pirrievaatt, July 16th.A. D
. IEO9 .
8500 .R.ll:„."„latiu",—.l t atl ff tl .. o7Nd s
I:till:it/121GD Y LK, l• I. &WAILD f :be r t
fir.d °metal. of th• Iresttl ceceow rtnc oet
to the buildings recently th4troy.d at city
1716:31 B dr. et. 13% Jr, Valor.
ru Dna trrsu n 3,11.
If you cleat arzemption 'rola the draft, call at try
office. Remember tee place.
WM. T. MIMS, No. 101 71fth street,
THE OHBAP.b ST PLAGB IN THE
1:1001 S. MOMS - wp
Is at BOILL&N103, 91 Mkt W.A.
&ITER.% Da3aIORA.LB *ND I_,voTB
At BOSLAISP'B. Satistket area
IIAGMHIsTS AND uoutanrai WASTED.
Nona haalienry ve k
need !m wagta . pald tip" gb4 workmen.
A 001nrSTE1T ERFLNAIt,
To" taksobarge al • radiam
Awl', with refarences, at 41 Mirket lime(
28,000 BEAVER FIRS 'IIBaCJE
2XOIIIIIIIOII OGAL AND LIME YARD.
IlLaziox Avarai, Amacaim
ImlrlAtalratV; l '
Hai remand WA aMacta the clan zio or Ham ail)
LI:11317/1 aramma ewe, Bevies' Star*
eiroino• hams from Da. 1111.!t1H 3 p m.
pun 103 COLD; eADA. WATE/if
.. Drawn book itirod Xerantain.
Aavi slap **batons itra al Atilt and 0.0.,810.,*t
kinds, hsh ever; day, *A-.
• pAlitteditt FRON Xtus 0ty.41) uuu `•
TRT."—Ths• =dint ire. .now ProPorod. te ,
bring we emigrants tram any Vert . - "ghe e / M e.
laea ' Sr SeetiMed• either by onprti.rioatulnne
gtmaanoroludloil tike pair onvomr "GRIM
11.AbTX or tissUclwo , ,o! taw ',tole% tar
than Mime can lii pura mod for at mil o f
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WodneolnYilonatitng at 'Londonderry ' th e le Le...
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laeopan ALciez. Oktoncote Dal int&
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kits hind .. n d m ilio to orb. 1 411
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mp& AKIN Oil Whseled BAS 4 ,
lake Mobil SIVIL =US FOR BK. 4632 , 1111'
roam and tithe on -Butoollindius,
the patatoßary, am, ..
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Lai mums ot Nairana Statapila koptron hand at th;
Intatnal UMW Offito, No. 67 Watar atroot,
faVii rm°l 42ear t mula" 4 " hl.l4l. T"'T i "
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mom'- ' a.. tutl,
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bed to settle tlye,lblodnyme al Me l a te Arm and to re.
Wye WIN for me:' ; P. DA
Jcum Mr. legi: - -., T;
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Lb productive a tbilxiit riHiltalmaick
a l l etateaps of Us etanuielt-Riiititmri.. ! iuid all oomer
*tuts miaow *OW Aotal7: - -
Par ads at 01 , 0 - 1. Azuvre mina, DRUG
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AN onto DOLLAB4 - ILIM 4D
au4 otariatlou of lb. pinfor Platii ii i i r , C ban beau
-11!° ' Pfr ' tI I;IO I IAWIZ kg. of
mum ow wipars tsitioßikapt,
per oft*. ni. - Cotair ot Witty *id 'NMI.'
drab. 000,0 POIMIXVIXOW -447 and aim'
it i fsxmAN ittoreniNGT LLN
=our shounistbak, ours. blae
glaik, eases Ilruiemeoitralas, bum bode gets;
or Wan& ee ewe Itted.
be We el Cita gOlllllllO mittio
WA 3 MO, -
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LA Ls di %Mit ior mattes. hs' • Viat et II L
4.l6oolwilateiria , jud rsedva torsahr 'it QM
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--- PROEM Illterall l'L'w -00111011, •
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Tr. - _ - EXEMPTED ..E r ttohi. DRA Ft--
lite ' In eh:a:admire arta:Cord:re, I rubltati tbe . fol.
towing list.. ofpeieote I ainapt , d from Mart by 'he
Baled of Miroltmoist to th's Metal. to UM dare,
with the Words alb. Ir oaleplishr - '
st M.o.soz priurnits ram sl'o.
Geo. Sachs, ild ward. w'm 4 Jones, 2d ward,
'Jobe WChrisky, ltd ward, And-211021P.21d ward,
rir Brackey.:lit ward. deo Nan. 3 ward.
Thom Inalisb, lit ward, do B r dolor, Mt ward,
Thee B Dickinio, SA want a lilalntesta, gd d uo,
/Min lfaion 21 ward 1 A Qoay 3d ward, •
Be t hna l'
Tater Winner. 3d ward, :oho B ID e, Ild yard,
-K Ooletnan.3d ward, las WOMobey, 1d
Jain 80.a.1, ad ward, . JO la BINi sodo,ith Ta,
tied illialler. 31 nark Isdbt Ile Donald ,8 tits.
W 9 hinalms, Babinenh:: lacrb Dattn B B Inan
Hoary & Eshry,thentant, satin Brides, Baldwin.
/011 Blatt; POMP I WIN II Binger, PIM
J G thaws% 2d sik . ,
amain:O.. VT &mown. - /Mlo rioatimaxn cutirr Toz
aa .rics.re.u. or Man weal.
Jame If Linn. chronto pant* 11DelharEld from
Co. g, ad Vs .. ' ''. 1 , I ,'•
Jame.. lifien4*.xelid batoptiela.
Stoma Ban lin,tartanto, km both ey.d.
Wilildi banda na,
John W Reynolds, di moats= to I.lllBp, facia*
of left femur; discharged Bom Ga. - 11.- 1 134 P. V.
Forint ..113Uton. conned. IP 1 , 7 104 : - '
Josiah li, Johnston. Ingitynal Monalin
Tboodors Bauman, varicose TOWN. r ,
Janes P 1044, moulded in loft arm, fiat shoulder,
at Pittsburgh Lading, "
Henry Winder, tubercles of the loop.','
Richard Et Patterson, inguynal lona
Bunted Barman. tirgnaa , In '
Andrew Herr. yammer veins. r - .
Frederick Kilter, Tattoode. , " -. : •
Jamie McGirr, fistula and censiniptilm.
HT NUSON or Townsman LCOITTLILII"MINMITTL
• Name. - Itedidence. ' - luleitltrila.
Jaa 8 Blair, We., Pitob`gb, Chic Miler.
-Haw I Dun; First ward, - Pisa. Leonard.
WM Fulton. Second ward. .. Joan Eat/.
Leann( Wise. Third ward, William Wallace.
It B Itlngwair - Yon lb ward, Clinton Drool&
Jet V Vonaldoci,ifourth ward, • Jas filarro. •
Thad L itt e, Third ward, Win B Lll,ls.
Isaac it cOlure, Sixth ward. Cho
nriesPs LlNents,Moth ward, 'Jed Warm.
Eau Pringle, Man ward, . Jaa Dim.
Wm Johnson, Eighth mud. • The. liccalliatar.
George D lindle,Elghtla ward, .. Bally 11.-riand.
W. liirkparlos, S e nwhorard, Bohai Thome.
~ B .
lOULOLIND LCD Mamma ix Mat nistanfra.
' Dame. Drafted and En. Resoled at Beal
ruled in. Reddencs.
Joseph Allen LBt Ger. . ' Baia at.
FD . °rutile, Pitt rdwasiiip, Gurinny ot., 0.
Tilos J Hall, Third wird, Lawrence co.
li lloashausen, Thud ward, -- Breda ward.
Ea E t Milos, Second ward, Washiniton co.
Jar II Hopkins, First ward, , - Third ward.
as amnia Kann D. 1.180:
Jae 11ECIIntoCt td ward. Co H, 1334 P. Y. .
G. o'er- with, 2,1 ward. do Cl, Und P. Y.
Win Si SOCutch.on, ad ward. Co V. 1311th P. Y.
AfAchaelJ Brirloy, 41.1. wari. Co. 'IL, LEM P. V.
Alas Elsolloo. SU. ward, or F.,-1234 P: Y.
Hoary tirtb, Lawrenceville, Cb..13, - ISSIA P. V.
John - IV Douthett, Versallia, to A ilth P. V.
n.art Hernindo, Einneeth to., Co E. Pith P. V.
F. e...'rritatorth, L. Bt, °tax cp., Co 11, Oath P. V.
Mathew J. Mitchel ; tat ward, Co EL, latith P. V.
amass wino ma. NOT DOCLoNCO sersztriona
John iiteinhartserast yard. WitnewearJoho Mutter,
Nara d Hochman.::. .
In is 'Rudman; let' ward.,''Wllxcerw-I bags P.
Mmels, Frank Snyder.
'Anton - F romm, let ward. Winessin-t tarot Eons,
John - B. -.Hoban, hit mad. Witnemcs-TW. liplmee.
L. D../l'iCeo. , ,
par/TIDO= ON A WIDOW 04 AOLVTA.IIINTS. ,
Louis Treiar, let ward. Witriones- Brant Henri',
Norco A Kenrody, Ist ward. Witnemes-Geo. 11.
Boles, John. Moore. . 1.1
nasurraincitsas or wag-OVZIL INIZTVTITT. iNilrID.
Jae.. Al' ttiriakey, - 31 ward : Witntaso-Janntlah
hot Iran, Dante Way'
O. 9cdwartzOot ward• Witnessed-Alex. Craratne.
A. B. B,blmt.my: ~ • - ...;
L ums rriztra on man: Tommarim.
Wm B. Little, ad ward...'Wltnenoto,Jps.Littio and
Thome. Little, jr. , . . .
James WO:pokey, 31 wud-LEver TE07.1
• ' 1. HIRAM FOwrElle
Contain and promvidarapi aid District. Pa.
"B ..A tip or A ichUbLtilat .'.
.. ~-.. -1:Zo Visions or Pisonalsranta.
•• Fourth et., Pitt. banal, Pa., Joy Id, no.
PTlnt .BOLIaI • WII4. MB ET THIS
ROZN I g 4), it • tiolotat. and erandata Bab.
Minter - fin ;in the City of Patztrarib, moll il
o'dork,witanthe roll et. Otaltaddlon its the 14, Id,
Ile, aid 4W Wards, will be celkd. at which tinta
. :h. piallOill drafted Mr... ,
: -, •
„lat. Plods's, the receipts o. the Ballecice a Internal
. keysian. ' -
U. Present en abbobrdied Botetitatii arceatabl• to
-3d.-13sle .• fife Board that-he la motor 14 last VI
rest= a Physical Dieabtllty Ls atberwlwi .
ith. , Becel••• 11. 0,1 oral, do, lad remora at.;ll
yr.nd. Li' xs soilt ttaaa'arod to thst shop • L
'being «Lrablith.ll near tads oPy.
The Mara wd. to in tuition sand &O'clock t i. sa,
ad l ottralng en boos for slaws at LW opet.
. . ~ .r. 2io_, BICIBO_BOBiIITUTZS.
111. d door Irlow Cathedral
din to buy
, EL JINES,
rtnt itiratYlai Vidoobt otry.
WDL P Locikli
for tale •t the
/34urenanco of an ceder tram, &ale' Lehtent
Provet els iies , l Chailal.l:lfAtomforl. LI. toveril
lett D. 5. Sanitary: Al •ny swoon whole elem.:est
to thaporson heeled, Roy or rea-lesd ao s eaten
tate i bat anegro Tudor waiting lan% f• not • ellf•
wary opine to Toorofore, ender cane
tole Board enneot ranter teem is soberluatel.
crafted pm oh o
baying tindirocko of "'deo solidi.
totes, eray, - ther store; par itAsetineof Derr mbrtl •
tines, up tIU the dec. task =RIB ore called film
.the roll of. Mir district.
Moe hour: for ex realialreg'81111111111:11118 vtli
hereiftec to men NU:Mt:Ai Jefe!VICX o'oloot, dolly.
ann , farthrir retire: — -
' -Those 11.1 XVI is the roll not irsaoled aa Yeadry
at Ste dole.k, will ba *OA On hiliorayet ohms
By coda of elm tiried of Ihrarment.
b. 11 3 lf /MITER,
OfPt..e2APirf iceilAssol l i ft2d DM. Ps.
, The *mit ktaiitott*Xxist ordiri as follows
. Wisiatassos. D. Maids S. r. x
"As 'dfsfled nun . iota, Ai Slaty deoiso, DOPOOIT
tidos boadird dollsakuliti the uollib or of Int. sual
Siossoio.' 8118.7•01',To WATI/lIIIIIWA/i. If .:•
us tog Sy sits &std. or ONO safi S titotis psis .a
" 1 T1181141:1118! YBAOL
CfliClOsWd of irirolliiiat stn`' n-porstuao of os.
lea% allow Ouy trattorias°. offal 'rows 'Lotto* of
s roOldtato, (ol the otiatodl ol l l Wen ProdudDS
bim• DLII4 Our thcosimosolox of
drawl tass,lo rods*. sisaccaptosis =Wawa, or
pay . tho tn.,* Inuidrof
- ordiat Of tho bomb
J. lladull,ruarKla, Prestdont;
Cot: 'iuss Tot ootlfatitia4 Sid Las. 116
W.d tlttrlot Tinosalvanta,
• OS foisitiottsetirlastatglui
IL. --Sl7BSTlTOTE4w.ikti,nbittitutee will
'` 4 r 'siandurd it thr Dec. likroen Oa bouts
of San and ono o.d&cs d4Gri lip AO qm dip li ma abs
parsoantansd is ordered to MOM f.
UMW pment disarm Si nrsisnetnt sobstltato
mat siss,lsoUss to - wilts, tilos Board. stAlsg
day till sill spear. natrUtatits
l anai-mum" sin and arkettnosa all.n dtisia.
11/Oas is slabatinatif Is gaud ad sworn ns, lbe
'dinged anal w4l teo toe grtieoear that .he la not
grope amps to to ndUiUI aloty drams Us We
far Wick he nu &OA irspo ot baying tonal.h.
1!4 . 411 - vocrittabb sinstitetg, - A
' rthriovioaioa dawn to um 000 i.
M ils tAirtr r a in t tillig o UMW. la II) d htt adi .ili o e .
on yountetion or 'lt s , daplicht
r e ord.a a' = *" ..o lB .7 ' ..rg ithimi e 5t........... ". ...„ 8".. .„.
Masts rat b• is -di",41,1 1 :1.1?-t.
r adir.atif balt
Thb 4 4 .418 / 9 P l " ledßootheP
steamer*Po_ ,. - . —.l',z' , syrnestoo era
of dtegeolthrld otter amont a
414: 1 4.- 4 •0" 1 by thelloerdof lharolloost
'protest he deterred
".- y am" ' ablldoettar start , les chary
tee Bona. worms! Lp b !._..
. Itslotrlithi . Mmulga‘
" 61v.- '' ' t the pasta etmpttea
y i e110,,,. - ~, ,, ,, , , ..,S l. y.kottlsiodottoll bl " sn "
- " ..1111i " ' ' —le - rstarbodt Min a be rob Wool. or :.
illiillt.b.l4l L L ...,...7,pa g iA. s -
of aIi,SOU9VIC ' . * 14011113174 from Ow lagid MI.
metbe derrodt. -. t.ber shy Bath MAUI.
LBy an whoa. ,"•••;„, liowici m , i ,..., i,,
itty.ittirths. if tbs, - .,..5e, shr burr sp. ' 7 . .
to mortar Pr.
B• By_ths c osh Ott. 4§ to hordes, es its ~
vr•il, Byre eltiiiPst.. ' Nystrot.
am ir t shozi' tin) hi ' . 'iegalred Burge
root satyr be toholoodoo .' ''-- .- t which the
Thearoast of beldam itsooili.. , 4 ore Br Boatel-
a 'altar 'to rsostpthat joithi,,. 2,` . Nara oft to
1100 4 should acesSi mail iii.av_..t 'rad& th• - " ,
lab room' is d2tibt Illoic ob i
... 'tiff .12:
rted. It - Becstui g .
exemptios, rare =oh eildtttraryntOf se i.
mare he prodocid, Logos to be corldesed. % _..'w '
dagteiftliOadas, Of t. • dor. , , - 7,,ta ,
The rooter. sboddlO sly rearronar they sa.
: Maar - Biala% mad bre'resldats alas iteillitj.
Da4r.tdD 888 trAPOAT
biatAbitirdoor Dlsolotar the duorsorseedbo.
BoThEDAY, alt 4" ill-thal. ll= Us ans.
ft bad Troth errs; flobrogyt. •
G , THIIIiktDAT, JULT4 6.4iftb,.11.134, deroth. '
BlabDobill. . _
41 "Net II 4Ittsbturt , TBoosesselers fim
ki= c l:
ltottlt Pittiboryholloorzheofork ihtshigban. ,
'Ebeeort, tsebeth,"^Ber -=W=ith. Pitt Sala*
ship,- - ol.m43ltohrtoisend Peebles
sn. tr ß a lla C IbLeTth l e r a .:'- .Wot obbJe ro fe arti p, Patios,
leldOirWirser'ft'tiebrUtaddi Uprt4,1.,1 otadisos &ma :gite.
Borth . spar.
~ „sum. tgesoebt - art Neellte.
-,,,•;; x- !: , T.i;-',. '*. .I'. irsolll N'Ostlig,
i":' ' , '" i: V 1 40 1 10 it!itc.",;II,.a.MIRWLWALM,e.
trr,cisavulOUrktr.WAdiziti tae tae .
u.„„9:v.ipih,-aitijiiint 11.11..00r Ma
peemonams 6 4Mussowiliglii SAL - Nadi ra
,sdUsAfiewilb me- boadrill boolgr.
Tuway4gas 0.010 ta - Ahms rums
gm swots liktii4k• Mg «Mow_ mtiwnift
ror-tabo panwati oi tAc 0". Is nits
adurrovielizt "Ai* . _ 4
~ , ,ri finamaraPf•Mtlittree:r4 - 4 V.4 ~Z.,4114. t
tiyikG:C 74,41:ieg -
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