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IfONINLY MILKEN% JULY 47
Polittoal Eileen, of its Legislation
• of 1882.
• We brie hlready stated the effect of the
legislation of 1861 upon the fortusei_of the
Republican party, as shown by the elections
of that year. Lit us now examine Its in
fluence—strengthened and reinforced as it
was by; the events of tie mouton of 1862
upon the political contest which followed
that session. ''•';, •
The Hopkins Committee Aid and, as we
have'aiready stated, that the Tonnage Tax
Law was procured by corrupt and illegal
means, and , lint the °Home; the Company
bad either evaded the *ones of the HMO
or declined to testify. The House had
previously repealed the law, by an over
whelming vote. The Senate, with a large
Republican majority, and all this evidence
before it; under the joint influences of, CoL
iticedtaa and the Governor, refused to con
cur—eve ,'Democrat voting for the Repeal
except Do , of Philadelphia, who had
been 'intruded by the Company itself at
home. The election came off, and thd Be•
publican party was beaten throughout the
State. Why was it? It is idle to look for
the causes in 'the management of the war
alone. A fact or two will show how far
the vote was effected by local causes, which
would be still more operative with Goy.
Coins himself Is a candidate.
The Speakers of both houses—one of
whom, was a salaried Solicitor of the Com
pany—were candidates for to-election.
They were both beaten. Lassos, the
Senator from Bradford county, a man
of undoubted abilities and • unusual
eloquence, who had abandoned his costittz
ants on thst quetion, in the face of the most
public and solemn pledges, was , adroit
enough to procure • Republican nomination,
with the aid of fierudor Wuator, as a can
didate for Congress in that strong Republi
can district. Such, however, was the re
volt of the pnblio mind, and such the fierce
ness of the onslaught made upon him, that
he was literally driven from the field under
the pressure of an irresistibleyublio opin
ion, by an independent candidate, in the
person of the Hon. IL W. Taacrr, a member
of the Rouse, who had distinguished him
self throughout by his hostility to that in
iquitOus measure, and to all the Influences
which surrounded the Governor. AIM
OTIOICI, of 1100011131, • member of the
House, who supported the twin measure of
the Banbury g Erie swindle, as it bee been
generally denominated, and opposed, with
great vehemenoe, therepesl of the Waiter's
law which robbed the Treasury of so many
millions of dollars, althritagh he had lacked
the courage to vote foilt, succeeded in pro.
curing a party nomination also, but was
beaten by an independent candidate of the
same With's, in the pusonof Judge Ilase, of
Centre county. And' it, :my_ be stated,
perhaps, by way of contrast, and as a fact
of some signilicanoe, that the only mem
bare of those two Legislatures who have
been retuned to Cougresi - in this Vest
oriels of the Nation, are the very two Be
publicans of those bodies who distinguished
'themselves above all others by their con
stant and peralatentioldility to the policy
and sots of Governor Coins. We need
hardly add that one of these gentlemen is
the member elect in the Twenty-third Dis
trict. It is equally significant, on the
other hand, that his (the Governor's) con
fidential. friend - floCtanut-Lirho. was the
priaoipal agent in that.,,trapearnim„", and
whom he, still continues to lean upon,
In connection with other indleidizals who
don't exactly believe in the 'rumen:of the
war, and would he glad to sew it arrested
by foreign Figervention, if nectissirr has
not chosen, although ambitious and'able, to
*mounter the popular resentment, likelds
colleague, Eqws—and would have been left
out in the cold =their but for an office con
ferred on him by the General Admirdstration
upon the urgent. solicitation of Ote Governor.
Does the Vnion party propose to take the
air, Lathe same•my, 0 third time, fir thi
benefit of Governor Cumin? If his 'con
duct and policy have proved twfatal'to his
friends and admlrery haerwill it be with
himself when he comes again before the
'plople to _amount for his stewardship?
Will thorny to hint, as he himself reports
of the authorities - at Washington,-
done,. goal :and` 'faithful servant I Thou
haatbeen faithful in few Ltda.-11,M make
thee lord over many &imp " ? Or will
they not rather cast out this unprofitable
servant' -who hi* not even baited his tal
ant in the ground, but like " the bum
Judean,' sbeolutely thrown it away—lnto
It may be insisted, howwrer, that. there
were possibly other reasons for the results
to which ITO Itare juot i referred. :It must be
admitted,stall events, that the eoineiden
em are 'titbit remarkable. But sitkaugh
elm press haa hien mainly sikatt, does it
Mow that these Wags was oakm" to the
people,-or have been without their street?
What . we may ash was the fate of the four
gentlemen. of the Bottle from this OWI4
who wenn unfortnnatitas to vote for thet
buy, Does anybody suppose that TM , :
Wnsturs had followid the example of his
colleagues hti would have Wawa :the
confidence of the people, or have'.-been
child Itn, either then or afterward., as a
party candidate , or mold have been sleety
id, is he :has . been, if nOMliatedt
reputation foi ihe highest %hot, even in a
cask like this, wail have dazzled , the
people into forgegolciss; of -that ans.:un
ppy vote, whiok•ititi tdamsget Oien tire
,plektioa of many of, the smut The.
gave it. Is itiontible chit it - can be for
in the trusted. &oil:Ulan:who then
held the interests and 'the .
people of this Slate. in-the hollow of his
Oita liestd, , and in an evil bout 'betrayed'
_ Tlts &oars or rem 13ustrza,—A late
Leaden letter eatable the folliwing: The
British Bousrursessi let the y tiamt~ ; : steam
opt of tie M. the • other day,' leaded
pith =mittens / of war and the most primp.
fat ertillery ever sent frenithis country to ,
gbe BOUM. Site lay 'disabled at Gibraltar,
vitaiold tott'Coatederatesympsthlser, her
same °imaged to the Gibraltar, game :: -to
England; hie. been thoroughly overhabled
sod regtl l ,4 , aad now Is oft legal; loaded;
I jag, with-material of war. Mr. An
ame did his ate sSi 1 0 0 4 /or; but wititOr.
her its:4 itstatit t li oho:1mM
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The Capture of Gen. Morgan.
The military career of biotite; the no
teriOus guerrilla chie4,ltas at length been
hrought to inadden'eltise, and since he is
itowiipt:tionsr lit cur hands we shall hear
no more of him as a rebel leader. He has
been a very troublesome customer to us,
and his capture will be hailed with great
satisfaction by every loyal citizen.
" -- Seeeral dispitches were received in this
city yesterday • (Sunday) announcing his
capture, with his lila and the balance of
his command. One of these is an official
dispatch, from Gen. Hamra, commanding
this departme'nt. Monaca wait captured at
three o'clock, on Sunday Ocrimans at
Serous' church, seven miles southwest of
New - Lisbon, Columbiana county, Ohio.
His force had been reduced by previous
captures to three hundred and fifty men.
Gen. Baoons, on learning that Mescaa
was heading eastwardly, with the evident
Intention of escaping across the Ohio river
at some point between Wellsville and
Wheeling, dispatched a large number of
troops to points along the river, including
three regiments of 'infantry and a battery
of artillery from this place. The Gilneral
also went down himself, to direct the move
ments in person. He had troops stationed
at Wellsville, Steubenville, and Wheeling,
and, the steamer Cottage was partroling
the river with a battery of six 12-pounders
under Captain Timm.
From what we can learn, Moseaa en
camped en Saturday night at or near the
town of Richmond, in Jefferson county,
Ohio, about six miles north of the Ohio
river at Steubenville. It Is reported that
on Sunday morning he pushed on towards
the river, but meeting a spirited opposition
theist, took theroad leading towards New
Lisbon. At nine o'clock Sunday morning,
when about half way between Steubenville
and New Lisbon, at the town of Benignity,
where the road crosses Yellow Creek, Bios
ass encountered the forces of Col. Saute
=row) and Col. °Aramaean., and a sharp
tight entitled, in which twenty of the raid
en were killed ,and two hundred and
seventy . .. Ave taken prisoneza. The balance
of the rebels escaped across Yellow Creek,
and continued their flight towards New
Lisbon. About midway between Seals
bury and New Lisbon, at a place called
Saone' Church, hioactaw found himself at
bay, being completely ennormtied by our
troops. lien. Baooxs had dispatched a
forte from Wellsville, on the New Lisbon
pike, to head him off, while Snaexxxioart
followed closely in his rear. ,fdilitia were
also sent down from New Lisbon and vi
cinity, thus cutting off all hop of escape,
and compiling& surrender.
Gen. Llama, and the officers aiding him,
have managed this affair with great @kW,
and the promptness and energy which they
displayed reflect upon them the highest
credit. Col. Gesseoffea, who had charge
of a regiment of six months Pennsylvania
militia, and who participated in the cap
ture, was formerly in command of the 11th
Reserves, and is a competent and skillful
officer. Cola Brews, also be command of a
Pennsylvania militia regiment, sided in
the pursuit and capture. Five companies
eternity, which lailbeim ordered forward
from this place by Gen. Become, had =-
baked on the oars of the Cleveland Rail
road, on Sunday afternoon, but the. order
was countermanded before they got away.
The roiling stook of the Cleveland road
was at the disposal of Qen. Remora, and
every possible effort was 'made to prenat
the escape of the marauders and secure
their capture. iffoaoax was taken In Gen.
Hamm' Department, bpi he will be sent
lo Oncinuati. - -
Tia Harrisburg Toiegrapili objects to our
remarks upon GOT. Corns, on the ground
that he bas ainuist publicly and, offiei*Uy
declined to be candidate, and that to at
tack his administration, is only to pare
the Way for dissensions in the par q.
The Telegraph begs the question in as.
aiming that he is not a candidate, merely
because he has publicly pledged himself to
thit effect. If the hot had been so, we
slMuld net have thought It 'Mirth while
to Meddle" with him just now. It is clear,
totem, that he is a candidate, and la'
etcM'a way as to evade attack and head of
;Octillion. His friends are boasting every
where that the matter is"so arranged as to
saki gut filiation of his momination. We
irliM to save the party from defeat, and
Mow by sounding the alarm and ; preveit-
Mi such a result before it is too 'late. We
thitakire are doing it a good arrikm la this.
If *M. :017211:Il it .the sufferer, he. most
blame his friends and not u. There is no
potation however for rikeensione among
the'. friends of the Union.' The friends of.
the Goventor who are Most anxious for his
nomination are not g a ierally et that num.
Ares; Those who arts can readily heal the
breech by withdrawing Mtn. It will be
verlf_small" sitaillee, and there will be still
a Ewen left for adoration wide enough we
sicitdd think, to;satisfy even the moil fers.
Mole linglials lisps fos Us Rebels.
the 9th of July, at Liverpool, writes
scorreepon dent, Mr. ' John Robinson bough-
ed frobildi slap-building yard, Duke/
Doo s t 4 finely proportiened woodetiversel;
on new principle, for which he has taken
out patent. The peciallarity of ribia.ves
-tidal-build is in the formation of - the bot
tenni; which ris . nearly flat, thp keel Sad
aides of the vessel taking the ground to
gether. This mode of ' building is canal&
end by some mustiest men superior: to the
old Mode. The Blehitiond, launched atew
week' ago from the same stooks, having per
formed a voyage to Gibraltar in a very
short space of time, and *timing a very
adze cargo, seems to have given her own
s% entire satisfaction. The Virgbds is the
pioneer vowel of the new-formed 'Dixie' line
of traders, and, in addition to her Immense
1 . f 0141711. ig ttatfo is •xpeited to i•••• a
vm fast sailer. • Her tonnage is nl6 per,
zoielta., and her draught of water is very
light; She will be commanded by Capt.
CA,Mmec, a gentleman of eXpefieueu. The
r ant; teasel of _ ilds_linei the %Jeff. Davis,
prDl be laid down' inmedbibly, sad le es•
pected to 1* :may - far tin about
Seim"' ort, A 1 27 are MA
lir late coastitreats",.. sad unloads."
Inset McCann calls them UWA e ianocant
pooplar The Daly - Non coils ;them "the
populaoor wit - R.4a"the peOpbsti The
Isprise aluttaoterlies Alsoa sa , "earspd
sad calmed onearipta" Ths, World de
scribes them as the uhibaing.populatioa."
The, Boston Cowie, sari they are Nixes
poriited'fellow oltleoss". sad andigolded
Perloplr" IrbolskterlkAat be, regarded as
mazer* awaits of lime : sad order." .12ii
osaittry muds them as madam sod
robin, agelait wham; Offenders as they ami
ag4aut m sadrader' eTery pes#lllofllie
Dr. Dangle la Philadelplua.
On Thursday evening, u large meeting
of clergymen was held at Old Pinastreet
Church, Philadelphia, to *ten to an ed.
dress from Bev. Dr. Rum, of London,' on
the subject of British and French sympathy
respecting the war for the Union. There
were many others also_ prevent, and the
liveliest interest was manifested in the
statements submitted. Bev. Dr. BRAIXICID,
pastor ' introduced D. Rum, whose elo
quent address elicited frequent outbnnta
of applause. He stated thathe represented
a large class of the clergy of England and
France, who had signed a letter addressed
to the Giorgi of, this country, tendering
them sympathy land cooperation in the
good work Of hastening an the reestab
lishment of a Union freed of the incubus
and crime of slavery. As a nation, Eng
land was never anti-slavery. The aristoc
racy were too frequently on the side of the
alavehotders. But he was proud to bear
testimony to the staunch devotion of the
laboring men of England to the great cause
of American freedom, which means the
American Union. The leiter, quite a
lengthy, though a very intertang docu
ment, and being signed by 4,008 ministers
in GreA Britain, and 7bo ministers in
France, is addressed to theaters, of Amer
ica, was read by Dr. hassle, and its read
ing was received with much attention. it
represents slavery as a calamity to the no
tion' in Which it exists, and as dishonoring
Christ when upheld by any of Ms intonate;
while they denounce the system because it
to man the opportunity to treat his
fellow-man as cattle.
How rue Nsokons uc SLIMEIXD.—A
Utter haa been received in Liverpool from
New Orleans, in which it is stated that in
the batUe in which so many negrotis were
killed, the negro corps were forced on to
the conflict by the Federal. at the point of
the bayonet; that on their approach the
Confedentes ?nerved their fire till the no.
happy blacks were close to the muzzles of
the guns, which then tired upon them, with
the moat destructive effect, and they were
driven back with great lose. As they re
treated they were Rielly the Federals and
again forced back to tight at the point of
Jons T. Bumaves died at Washington,
July 16th, at the age of 81. Mr. Sullivan
was formerly a banker of Philadelphia, s
Director ottne United States Beak, and an
inflexible opponent of Mr. Biddle, and sup
porter of the policy of President Jackson
in regard to that Blink.. The het twenty
live years of his life bas been passed in
Washington, where his ample means were
distributed with a liberal hand, in acts of
benevolence and hospitality.
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nub* berm linnet as el fold, experlense bumf .
intedltt the loot of all elleetesl to thinmown
UO3. In ill mmeskereeer. invontig tes ',peen/ore
et the teeth. ldo sot beettio. mne um orlt.
'b the quillty Of Map or plop of sold.numbn
at wine tnested In the loa.e or 'id or. out
beans Whinny to my eeetwomobip, varbspe /
ideruld me ore memeal akin. e jwISVA
R i f UNICIPAL . CLAIMS OF Tag
LI.I. CATS Off PRIBB011411.—Tb• Ituolcipol
Clams of Do City Ibr tbs so.otroetlm os Sarre
br too 1 . 4=01 of Mrs Dos, by tb• posting of
trostdooosi sins; sad soder tbs Chsersa Oirositto
sod Martyr oosmosswat of MIN bunts boob toososa
by tbs Wort to bus of lb. etry sots, 1 Web,
even to on pude" WOO ons stiff ts wows sr sata
otti lobo.. tbst If May w 1 b to own further MI.
mat taltanstsly SOWS taws* Calms. now lo
Use boats Otto sosiselbroot. as tits eolksitor.
1011410 . ..J. W-.. fr. M eta. log Plitostrisib
LW park yid be h e
op to tho SSTs AMT.
Ink at tit Ma a the amloothcsued. Margit
Suild/o& tws Onoling.Povlnitoid MUD' with
Ckutetowt. Pato*. ohm his Lops to lakes
And- Filittot; bolts at Motor', Lioahut Mob
stoat ?Nobel.: ' lahho
Titopulkokii U . stAsaSlos In6lo=ll *1
XlO DIXXXX, the LIZ and llalt; ova.
Nos w'o/12 SWIM? MIN kw Alitirl.
.. , 141; PUPA. helmets a31111101.&1; •Xl/14 and
Cram all LIMAIIIMILTOXI Xing We 1111119
Wum= affootlai ilis - Xar Yd
ka =:r. — :ll;r — PXWX 11111111 ST. nett4.ls
TO DRAIIIND MEN.
'Mont Oirinia szygrnos
Our Yin thirk ppm drawn up by pWug IsPm
T. viz . Us DAT. No. so /dual Ist,
l Opeorito Trink•To 9m416; Allesbany.
Maims oat I. low pAow, i$ •
17U , Itsztei bat. lesib I Diamond.
TUEIitirir:WOULD . DO WELL TO
s aadartlak op* Umatilla§ 'llth that very wit.;
ON TRAVELING GRUM
CH GIG& *alma nicartsd • lug• Walt* as mai,
' ' 11110RIIIII GLTDII,
.... Mirk* at., Wt. lh Intik I Daawak
OT/Orio—Vore bps ibis day salmi&
+A' led• 14111 loll& In dos ISAMU adds
d Elm di/doll/6m The sided Um &d e in Wars,
4 3 1 1/ 1 1 ' -
Filieinu4 Jaw 214. tea. I ri3lig
M1Y11011,4111 panic= Indebted to the
ids Its of DT. DAIS ,111 MOWS' aro is.
to mit ups& LIAM K. NoOtattiliD,
Tl7dy old Otilot mu has Wool. who it siathot ,
hod to mottle the budrdo of the Ws entasd to no
Ws Ma Ildr . DUN;
ttt ior. lewL . - lritm
REWAIRD.=-A. , reilinabla reward will
b. Watidr 'kw Mimi. M 7A7. Basally of
Taw - 21021113. escaimd from do Ckompara
'arra ru tle tarts= Two 602s*LII mud one
NAT. WM kat to Ire mart old; NIA marked with
Um , THUS. W. 1 , 11NIII&T. •
.be • J• iw MM. 18811
LAI peocladthnial botaandts la MO Ilawlaella,
Mamma al - Ma lama* IlserlbarnOiall all cam.
plalatuarimlar ben acaahy. .
tor Ws a& a/MA. MOLLY'S L DWG
wait% minor Mb lakaaal auwda ll
.I\tEXICIaLN MOSTA.NO LINIMENT
AKA earn ithestmetbus, mei lathe In the aick
404 Bid% Arid a% Maim. BUraili Meth Oath
et Moandeee • •
Pored* at Oft A: UGLY'S. OINTAAL DUO
ime.- d Modena Itewita, 1•101
Un: . " si. A., ,LLAALKUNIYB
IVORZ.--1 TraitElo oii W nine. With goad
ioarialtole Ili Military Earrio.: 87. WO= A.
BasaisovA r lE. D., Ea ca Emma D. OA. 1 oiol,
inx. With ammotoi. PtiOi lE. -"
170 • • Kiri Ar. 00.. Nod* Wood otrooL
piLiz%Mil k)...gin eandysle -end 'Lions.
isellpeneinsotues.y. is ea 111011 t lA.
lIIMINLikas,. , II7 Cloths MOM.
rtALtladliog.i...,..l.sAttlipoNi I ••-;: '
14.) 100 boisollookbeizaidoo 1..:
do • go. It. osat Cltoosol •
•76 'do Clookokou ' do .
lasi foostdod AIM No Ise Pooped stook
1.111 , VIN.INIC VAN GORDIIB.
t -N V .btil • chMitta -•i MA, /of
441. 47 1, 1 tat TA w Pomik, lPahvti rji
MAI 67 ths buTalw et nt.ll. at nadir,.
. U earomplity Hand etreet.:
..BLADi 4. • o.l l4 4hOr'r tr ia,
fIX•11P016108 ispEredamiljk . gilif 1 1 111 -
N 614 4 far
.rw 4D rxnris
rt ; i.
LAEIV FURNACE FOR SAL' ha
iled at. Caul Dom. Tasoaraosa county. Ohio.
its OlstataidAt Pittsburgh Battroad - sad Ohio
Ow boast In blast as small =pane. Tar
id& or to imamlos ta. property can do so %pea
s ottoman to Mr. 0 0. 8. DDAAIDOBVT, Omit
for Wm.. do . add or apply to
DAVID V ONAV, tams aqua, Ps.;
' or, 11110. a SOK Do. a Drawl Bt., N. T.
„1 .Balt tam - -
NRVER &SO N TO FAIL, I
non Tic BLICIBEUT CIRNINATIVE,
DTAINTIZT, DLUISTIZA*. IfLIIX, MOW=
DODDS AND SIINNIDI COMPLAINT
Tim browns, Wes toitiry to the arils of this
The y. rannereaa dabsports_ of artontibbrg cum
attest Its value.
It has adosatsgeany other truatedy, at ones
earls; th e abeam,mportJag tree and streagth
sioe eadbarntlese to flag Infant, and porreffid to
dm adult Oise.
T. the iota., ea 1 17, It Is Inea'aeble, being
arProPrleady to by tame, In many oerldlostes,
"The Soldiers' FriencL"
Mother' Bad ft superior to exm soothltm Imp Am
ehtldnot teething, treed from the tolortom galore of
BAItOUTICILI, One rut to the satkeer b 7 remorthi
IWU by nape etabla dukes everywdire.
Pr'oe, 25 01511 A BOTIVL
• WY. F. DAVIDSON,
kasii4 itilatitNATl, 0
A N A Llrldlts. _ _ _
- ti.a. i'• /.., I
sun. —.:-49.5k .4, - 40
Piga I.a. Ism. RAO '-- SL LOUIS, MO.
limumna...—. .01. . 0r A 1 •
1111T1114 . SCP1p114:1• Alma tan the we st the
88111 PIA (Mal, a • wear Et. Loots, Ito.. 1 Is'
ate the Wanton ot • Is sod Peel Y.salutande
tolls analysis pm sans. as yew ad- by Man
n. h. Halt. 0 1 D • • • sat J. 0. Booth, Id Medd*
1.1111. whisk Uses with the test of acts s gaped
poi by ass ~• ..• to Pinsbersh. Clasisestl
sad et. Lords. • • lase tt to be the pare t and
most esinabte Clay . known, whether ftes - is a
sneak= Pots s • Iron It hers stad Is the
Glue lorosoe iron • to 9 isonthe.
the analysis to • the Clay si takes hop the
wine, wham - sae tog or preparation what,
mt. It pram dedhannsers'esd p esttota
whki as• shown by • the s
sloes Wadi of the • Went Opp roped's+
of dull wr burned •
I sos sow • • •to in orders kr the shoes
OW, to be • • • .. Bt. Loida or daltioned Urn .
• o. 111 8100 ND STIZIrd,
Who irrational". Pa. •
11611 1 0/I.lAidre INS trlnuinis
60,000 A.CRIB PIU TINDIB LAMM,
ekagina to ths / 8 . Vary • Veils Ship Mast Com:
pa y, - nod sabred "the mat rateable Sodas of
pits awls now'to be • • odln the United Stews will
Wiegman for sale it albite amnion. In Detroit, on
the In DatiOlf a/onions Ball: •
Par asp sad =tenses sddres
/ SOMA put, dietrol l.
WILL A thlAfin./A I
Mother aittni of
"limn nimillturnait oaLl MUM' Ton i
11111r0611 sat pt par, et
Iro. MP MAW! nine
atipa ZUtt v2t, JUSPer,
COSTA fl Si AOltill,
All wader hum, i s a good state of caltivatkoz.
SU Improvements Matt of. cur BRIM DWII.
Ll3Ol. containing 10 MOIL ; MUIR BAEII
Impair 11611:131. with 6 rooms and good edidamil
of loan Mum 00AL soder Um whole farm. Ml
tab la Baldwin fownsklp, about Ave WY* AO5 Um
dtj. Insta at
3.11111114 WAYBILL tOO.
Its. Ile 'earth shoot.
T leala.-11r• tot. Ude arethad !shrubs ow
hinter aral the puhay gesaralla that we ars ace
rrataiSrliar au= WITUOIIT
preottia el Deatherir. .riere who Om ter
partootha fhb oath dreaded operettas sal aro
.etch Ora. hen mad the we all, ea the sow
nate hen la am bee bow tweet darn
Mte i = loaf rue, folly the lab
elteraesse al Use orarettoa. o Drip
ar Cherekals sae (lamb Better, seat An thew
whither the ameriale et a goad rad Whorls IMMO
do wen to tall sal malt eater -
JAILIBB 91, 111/9% D. D. By
110. 90 Mb straet I
Istimmig ' ST 47 4 1 111101•41 41 )14, Intitebird,
DAtiti/LUSZKOM TWA !VLD WUN.,
L rzr.“--em widordpood b to. Welland et
beteg oat 'Wipe% Pao sop in ot lloalmolli ho.
houit or pooopoot. 'Wm le =mist tirtod flag KO
mow., losholtog tit sourootbotoomor oCILIAI
ItIWNIon," or Ant dos +inert V Itr loose
ass dolotts ola to mama! fora oeMrom..6
ri rto= .1"
' Pr lb' ra
The asthma mob oro7 not •
, ortliorot ifitttre fil i t2tO. :
lilt) ULl.a l ' erti/LEI4
10$ Wa ft era tour doors Mos MP.
Azi clads' at their !up @toot if
50811060, 6101, AolD 5110A86,
At tironor' lyrist Oink -Frio% to prows [xi ilk*
/3.Uto 1414 IMArk.
• OBITTPIOLTIIe, •"'
To be aim!' by oppUsua — ' kr. ozoiaptios; good ti
bOsidot., &or Lae ezehouvoly by
hast •on = of IN Wfiro4 w Tiara stied*.
S ouninve BUN9X3IMMO,
tencatirs Raman ROM%
.14 is if Sri U.lc titAmirm—,d aasogv-
LIM mat al Batasail Mamas la kept of baud at Ilia
tailcoat Mama Clka, 14.41 Miter stmt.
osay. Pram porabadag ta qatattdo mat la at ,
tarat the Gapausartillstaa,
tau GAIL biLUlialiS.—/, 1 poen.
A.r tarp twat u•luom. pat . up 'wady tar th•
glabwris'9llll7"'l' rnlli t reirsisniw..
js24tomer Minty mit Heed stnwta
A 114111.1141 D UM& Lb/A:33U; telleirt44
AM. ohao,iliati 7Low'lYesltt .Soitook. Geobinaj
riUly roam, Ludas sod *foe Ctrookom for rbby
, . :JOBNAtAtiNutikW.
V b a VAL ilkWiernlil jut
lar reosind mad tatails whollisOiraadietall; it the
- ~.4024,-/M14114*.:- •
wuil MO semi&
u• •L uilikaddis I cialstikS I
40 '4O auk. thalbFE
L eon sad far ads- '
t • assysz.--• iU bouu FAIR* Laity;
kiri;li - ono. ix - satersir.
it: • loft*, •
gii rllv.ll4e.thurakit tauc s ak"
lOU Mime •
joss giram4ikr-,-, •Ai NUR WlY*Tittnir.
•• ' • • !SU 41.4y4)
APPLIS Swab yy
piss :.!nisl4bwtramisimtulati i i 4 :,.l
FIRT,—W• luaa la star•loo baskals Tat
ssa Septet's's*. Sad la aft**
isroikheir, enayl 21111, 1863
/MOTU= MUT ANDUOTION AT
59 Mcirket Street,
CLOAKS, S L 5,
Points. Mantles. /
NEW DARK ()ALMA
J. M. Burchfield's
usszaaaazD munnse ;
IRISH LIIIII3IS I
SWIM= 000 DIR
C 19111111; out at Cost, and Len !
Myths Jed mused boot the rot sith • 'took
of m 'll)0D11, to oddities to the stool alessdy
es baod. iitniumee WM And • ewe wearisome of
to Woe *GM- hat
L AWNS "
SUMMER DRESS (4011118,
BILLING VIET GIMP AT
No. 21 ROTH STREET.
oar • MI steak at DiIIITSTIO AGD BOUM •
111111.1111. GOODS mnsmuly oa band.
SIACRUM £ CLYDE'S
ye ..m roceiptet=lll GOODS, bought bales
thipi‘oset drywoookmimprepos,ead au* cake *emboli!
sale mod motall *mom at swot LOVES wad
VILA MM. handsome froortarte of UM
MIME. NANO! GOODS and 'MOH.
Sr. dodos oat, at notoort priory our
stook of atrium nnocrigs,:iinimas
Mb/M IMMO:1p SMUT irfl,ol7l
aura= numb= bop/. to Disks
brio br our Fall porcholos.
Goaatey Mankaats ‘lll
ropasiaaaata e,UatoetN with all goo , a hi au Unlia
smd at ;aka ma law Ns lay larooolls than city ar la
Iletwes Yount wan and Dtaao.d.
NSW GOOD I
Ilins sew and besittnel Arks.
• 1•10/011 1111111711211111‘
PARIS TRIMMINGS, .
Is all Ow Med& aka.
• MN. a lalt Ow of am amp HOOP SHIM
imt Itat on kah by
JOXEMII HORNE & CO
77 AND 79 itsluarr or.
To dose oat oar
Tel aid =Wag one say-poilisa Cl am NM
AMR STOCES, ban , dirlunalastle _
Reduce Prices to . Ruch* Point
41/ WM mutt saddest With PIANNiII
OH @toot le sew am. auk peramet:thi g
bum Well Wed. We are oho ta amity neutp4 or
OW AND zunrwis GOODS
tbst u z==, ea Itedfai
Nerehaata and Dealers who bailor Dub
WI lisd oar prim as kw as IR say imam Ism*
zero*. isopi al GO.,
Jin Zs. 11 sow man:
- NM? wows:, •
!MUM) want .
DE ®, DJOINIAZD AID GIMP
3D " t: - L
-. C31 . 0 0
las inommax, am%
lINIT2D n4Oll. <
_Ant nehyd• <bird' broigiN6l4 PrilliANuabb
geoe4 tit choke Ofiatiiel
"- 31/414ar t f** lixertiiif
ye rows ft. Ist.lia4-iiitaipeiiv.
'own:NG puT CRUAP,..
*Aiiiisiiisiasii sal c ✓ iabikm a 42
big 71gsdia tat. a &mom.
CR MID WORDED SOLDIERS.
i JAS. E. B lllll llotll, DM.,
- o r 01130111NA1,, 1
lita9latorad an latartralainli At Bia•
an of thV Ilsolluy ant Scibait•nce Comilittauk
In gin Rawiteg
,: 001q0ERT HALI
Today Evening, July 2StA.
or mut., ao ozrza—to I. Lid at ea Nada
sad Book Nom of Phalanlo AU et
n at 734 o'clock, la museum; a$ &
110 , -650 • YOST B I••••IN in ant
W Ansa at $lO • eolith, **roma. pad. akedi
-0,11'040ma.4 ' , mak ihnunofed AMINO
other saw, ilmotalbd Garbo ettidles. FUtesa
a•••••••T fillaW a cadmic. 11•Witerdilra.
-WAra&o...47 o iy 110siTH want so
yisto,tis'ain onntit 175 a neatly
swam Va. to anal , ant oktiv taatql
lavabo& Adana, - 13. MADIISOII, •
~fi.d t L*B.
lIHARPe'BURG LOTS AT AUCTION.
90 —on tATURDAT AVURSTIOON, Aetna la,
11 **Masi, wat be soli, on , tee pandas. a the
Borough" of thapene,i. the nalortag. valuable
,bandial bb insantaaing at the tomer of eearti
Claim allot and OtAbony attry, , neatly apposite the
Paoli," &boot Homo -
Use lot it Mot a bassinet on/loath Coal eaten
mai . tirs.ing back 99 hat !bag ratb.trr. Why.
Maur adJ I.leg lee;lialk al tett nebt• In tt al
neat! ttiul ativetiOod 'l,uotio teem Otto Id kg
!belay Yoh 110 dad heat on' Hiddl. at•eat; end
ente-deng bearllo fat, to the ere. el' env* bee._
...se sot et the odeas ample and daunt (.11114
seat% le net Mitt en ll.ot. ea. anneaneenthit
01. mg tali% Woad Di p
111.0,1 lett giott, h tralirda *lllll2
etsete,►SlM .litebame t sot Sa .%
.1...rt.k.a Wltllolllo4 01 lilt dednne geed peonarly
to bliagebarg is colacl. to nue too. ma Is NM ht .
IllaaVirit4:,,olll:ilkird ; then Wales Lt c
eta elet%tee iti:ra..artat inane% aeornrod 'by bowl'
UV • ulna* mialiwanne,-Anotts.
rucqosttArix ROODIB E ,
onus nnu LED-luny.=
CM mil id nadir, ono Itkdiardaou'y Jowetry star.)
Famiktants, of ovary dos to . d style; plan or
'atiorod. boa the oopast Outs do Ilona to ehditoot
Mr. lITEVLUIONOrookt portkoattly oat tt. ob.
bastion of tie asio nn.: to the Dag mem&
billty of mu sttatam!mmt, bans b 7 n it s 7
ito short filifif et ottani. -
Paroad atanam, dad saythattiieinew
GOLD 1011DEMSO - •
- • , „
4ms* • Bsoisvii B !- ODLOYBn
McFarland, Coiling & Co.,
&twoea the Tan imrriasivadTAiraTia,soratsma.
jPiter, 4 .M4 ll c l h • ;
7k, pi indium aaao taw , nosai imam*" of Ow
MMus finfu4s, vs an mann l abs amnia pd.
OEM la BIM= sad INUZ, sad an Mb
to air a umplato Mookamat st
Cups% Floor Oil Milo, Nap% is.,
WKk a may Logo roloatku Mum, ,
omits ircurrocs a co.;
168 " Itffi aint ig 'Atha P.', 6 C, 48 Elk
White, Chocked altd;Futcyllifaitthigs,
tieva7 giosal at knur l ier qualty.
OLIY WOLUITME * Co,
Ri. Affilekkalai at m
Illautuant et ems ihnuon in - A
as iinsiters Ima not NA/ViA
!MD 11131111 V rorstutip es Imeal., eta*
TisAL imuu mucus,
,one alicard /Mond and% 4apialift
aso. 4IILLh Pmd ! t ar .:-
PATitr; ;pm isigh ao;
'mai ea band sad Maks to ceder TROITEAID
Num °mum amyrarann t
NaDDLIBiI i „be • losadr7 . t. • vr
wVu ros.wwwwv,4o.; _
wn , 02 ,
MBA 70,1114 Ibr Mayon lb. • 7
dm Os wait taw mg% at. '
a. m. OMIT
DITTIEWEIRGairiIic, - mai
1.• ortortuana co.
11114 alik.ll4 Ml:k i f i rtm0111,01k:
amass la, imaALED METIOISLI GUM, .
Om lama% 11.
Mr/POmamaars mgod irali trtir 'Olfahif Mad
ausaes......Ami,- . ±kans,
WNIMORROW & 00,4, -
tin, am" um OBWARIBTAII.IIII2IIIL%
" 311 U0 394- 1L50,41X41124
so. al. LiaL.l
latkluutk; , rir 2 LOW. I. AitaVU , -
azi. 1-:4*.toonaiike; di • eigiOt
aft „PM, do Nita •• Lotntri
TM.lll4ll33 V lllllo 'll6Dtakti..afttaidt
Dobill 1 7, *ad' toapoti•otto to-:
stopmerspoorat/Filtormuney, nomorpttoo. PIN
lao , Sistil tad Ploolosl.
TIN HOU .11.6f100. Debt:
autbox ut , tb. Grows Boot. AL "4 ,
11401111. Tktoi Of tiattorsto." ; =Etat otottr"odo
IL.Ong plitti wok**, to lay Oildrett. oatie w . pa ' s '
omt: inani. at tom proOooo mu" Of Pr.
pittionattor toolt.ilot Oast .•
CUITM; I 4. im" in that
Nt , bah' lab lihmilp,st Ms in-47 vit Cloth Dealt
J. A IL ens
No& lima SO. died.
mri&l- , 11