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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 81.
The Milos State 0
As Originally appointed, the Union State
Convention was to meet in tide city on the
lit of July; but owing to the fact that
most of the delegates were at that time ail
sent iniate service of their country, aiding,
to dare the ,rebel bleeders from the State,
the Central Committee held a meeting in
Philadelphia, on 'Wednesday, June 24th,
and c P.lnossa Sam, Bsq , to the
(General MaP.LLI being Aneroid*.
,ne,) paned the !ionowing resolu
tion: • .
That le the yreemet emergency. whre
'ia,ay **dee to the ttokm State Cleaveattott
to odlltary wile% and mance to prefect at
ate 'hog appetated toterbeld at Plttsbo , ab. an
the of July neat. Lt. le dude dleut to post
pone rotteotthem until W the Stb day
a • .o next, at o'clock a. ,- an d It Is hereby
id soul that time:
a aa, a ' alnnan . Pr° gura *
PEI Darata, Joao 211.1161. •
In ordiumet with this resolution the
Convention will, alliemble in this city on
the day above "named,. and will bold It.
meetings in Concert which has been
engaged for that purpose by the Conunittee
of arrangements. . '
The enamel' Mission, and the Ise
ligibility of the Governor.
We take it for granted now that the Gen.
oral Government has ceased to desire the
aid of Governor Crane, in, the manage
ment of our diplomatic relations with the
proud Hidalgos of the reliving monarchy
of Spain, it that was indeed the poet to
which the public necessities were under
stood to have so imperion dy called him.
Why they shodid hive hid reonirse to him
for such a purpose it is impossible for us to 1 1
diiine, unless they were over-persuadedby
parties interested in his removal, that kis
appointment would gratify thi loyal pen
pie of Pennsylvania in several ways, while
the interests of the country would not ma
terially suffer at a post, where it has been
considered solids important that the repre
sentative of this nation ehotdd speak either
tie language of the country, or our owe.
It may beohowever, that the Governor
has interpreted some conventional. phrase
of politeness, or some diplomatic expression
of the Premier, at 'his dinner-table, which
was intended to signify nothing, into an
engagement to provide for him in that way.
The fact that he made of it the subject of
an Executive Message to'the Legislature of
the State, seemed to wear the appearance
of a doubt, whether the offer had been suffi
ciently definite, or might not be possibly
withdrawn. The French have an idomatio
phrase—chateaux en Espagne—(literally,
castles in Spain,) to indicate the visionary
palaces of dreamers like the maiden who
carried the treasure of new-laid eggs, and
prospective chicken! and silk gowns, upon
her bead, and by an unfortunate misstep,
demolished the whole concern, with all the
imaginary castles she had bulltiyoroit
Bo it may have been with the Governor—
poesibia diplonet—and this is perhaps the
reason why report his assigned to him the
mission to that "renowned, romantic land"
of bull fighty and inottleitions and autos
cto diplomacy first sat tie light,
serd so many decayed politicians hive been
turned out to pasture, and so - rmairy un
langnaged catechumens put to schooli All
these cloud pekoes ire now, however,dia
nolved—for reasons which may appear
hereafter, and will form not the least curi
ous part of - the Governor's history when
they are bairn, as we are informed they
will bei' ind the .question is not of a
"Spanish SuatessioM" but of the humbler
oleos of a Pennsylvania Goyernor.
Even if the General Govenunent, how
ever, can iffard to spare him, we cannot af
fordlo take him back for this purpose. The
times are too critical to allow the sacrifice
for ,any man.: We have shown some of
the reasons why Governor Con= cannot,
and ought not, to be elected. There are
others equally potent which
_Wil pus over
for the present—bectause they cannot make
such a ease any sirosger than we .boo
show"' it, and because our information is
either not sufficiently authentio and precise,
or because it has reached us is a confident
ial way. What we have stated las been
stated manly, and' without making any
question—as we. might legitimately have,
doi";-as to the merely private character
of Callon:au. The facts stein" are all
of a public or official- nature. They are
time queshion on the mere of truth, and
rest, in a large measure, upon the testimony
of our public records. iiid,they are ouch,
we think, . ai °mild to prevent his name
from owning before any Convention of re
spectable men, as an eligible candidate for
any pt bliki trust. The hot, alone, of the
private agreement with 'the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, witlithe circumstance*
attending it, as 'shave shown them, is si
graver one, by far; thin his apologists seem
'to be aware of—so grave at ' to make it al
most incredible that the Governor—pro
verbislly weak as he L--should be so weak
as to allow Ids nante.to be used, or , that
hL unretinding friends should be sci- ; mli
and fool-hardy MI to suggest it. If an offi
ger charged with the custody'of the public
records, or required to keep a record of his
own official sots, or evens privati individ
ual, should so deal with an impeitant dna.
merit in which the Philo had en interest,
what would be their estimate of the sot, and
how would it be rewarded? By something
very different, we bow, from a renomina
tion, or OUR a honorable's'!" to a foreign
land. tbsppeethese things eluald hereafter,
by some honest Legislature, he made the
subjnittif impiatimll or judirdid inquiry ?
Does this seem improbablk witen - they' are
treated hy_the Orontes of the Governor
. unwell, as so atrocious in their Charades,
that they cannot be now brought to the
knowledie of the , pdblio,althoughstrictly
pablie and official mattses,Nrithout a storm
of deniadakicin 'against fike plain war
• nished statement of the fact, as a piece Of
thomost;horrid p:erieishitief, Asa ikesa
see awybody — igaosant coeuertiM to
know that ihoT wentt be itifficielit -"In
thorleitthe_ 'impeichtue# or removal of a
Go 6ws not '
Itiat;thire o*uistineeti heie that
dmijimrsarevate the sots to which we
have just referred. The faith Ira" sill told
to the when it demanded to
haaw.V4-tilies rro r 4ln a rythingswere.
Thi — ressugm al4u" forJI: Are.
shown to have bean feisse as swell by the
resod of the ttor Goisistuly the
teetbeiini7 = i4 She ittornoi Geie r * Ids.
;Pintilaltail. If tulle to Lobs billeted—
\ad it is impound" to discredit theiri—the
paper - When t'rcim the Company, as the con•
dition of She Governor's signature, was not
surrendered, because it was of no value to
the State, but because the Company wanted
it, and demanded it, which it Would not
hive d one, of couree, if the fact, shown by
the Auditor General's report to have been
otherwise, had been true, as stated. We
cannot shut our eyes to these facts, even if,
as party-men, we could overlook the ar
rangement by which we were robbed of a
Senator, and the ,considerations upon
which it is believed to have rested. if the
Legislature could wink at them, we cannot,
and the people assuredly will not. There is
no answer to them, and there can be none.
Standing by themselves, they make it
morally impossible for us to support Gov.
CUBIn under any circumstanoes, and
equally impossible for any party to sleet
if it should be so reckless as to try
the experiment. We ,slionld despise the
men, who,. knowing these things, should
seriously urge him under such circtun
stances, and resent his nomination as an
impeachment of the public conscience, and
an insult to the moral sense of the commu
nity; and we know that wo should be sus
tained by the judgment of every honest
man in Pennsylvania, who is conversant
with the facts, as we have stated them.
Instead of deeming reproach, or meriting
the charge of dieorganizers, we have a
right to expect that every honest Republi
can press in this State—which prefers the
party, as it ought to do, to any man how
ever turated or blemelese—should join hands
with, us, in the endeavor to save it from the
disgrace and disaster which such a nomi
nation malt inevitably inflict. We have a
right to demand of the politicians; or party
managers, in the name of a holy cause; and
a bleeding country, that it shall not be
made. While we are perfectly willing to
leave the selection of candidates to the dis
cretion of the usual organs, with the
largest latitude of choice, we have a right,
at least, to expect that they shall give us
one whose reputation is unstained end un
assallable;—who is alike "without fear and
without reproach." There are men enough
of that kind, who are not only the equals,
but greatly the imperious 62 Governor COS-
Tut in knowledge, intellect, and administra
tive ability. There can be no apology,
therefore, for Wilting on him, at the ex
pense of conscience, and the imminent.
risk of defeat. The Democrats-45 the
Copperheads still delight to call themselves
—have stepped aside for the first time
from the mere newspaper candidates—who
are generally but the party hacks—and
sought out their ablest, and, perhaps, their
strongest man. There are great objections
to him, and he can be beaten easily, if we
are but true to ourselves, and do not choose,
for the sake of one justly obnoxious ma;
to throw our chances away. if, by any
adverse fortune, it were possible that we
should be doomed to defeat, with the hopes
of the nation_resting upon ne, we would, at
least, die in such a way, as not to shame
our past lives. Let us carry no more
weight than the occasion imposes onus,
and if it should be our fate to be beaten,
let it not be said, at all events, that we
have deserved it.
Mother Copperhead to the Rescue
We hare already obettrved upon the con
cern of the Post for our quarrel with Cult-
TUC We hare now to note along and dis
mal howl, which we have drawn ire= its
hybrid co-laborer and auxiliary, the Clove
as, which, without the courage of its ex
emplar, has enjoyed just an little of the
oonlidence or respect of the loyal people of
It treats its readers to noless than s col
umn of its meal twaddle; all apparently
concentrating in the idea, that our re
marks about the Governor, have the fault
of being written by somebody who his the
greet misfortune of being obnoxious to it
self. We are perfectly willing, in the ex
ercise of our charity, to admit that, although
most of its editorials are borrowed from
the newspapers which it abuts, after hs y
in robbed them, the article in question
is bityond doubt original; and we take It for
granted that the gentleman aimed at, will
be deeply pained by tie unfavorable opin
ion of him, which it has been so unsuccess
ful, however, in propagating, if he does
net take - comfort from its eulogiuM upon
the 00T .1110 r. It could. not well admire
both; where they are so entirely antipodal
in all things, and we rather think he
•would prefer its bad opinion, to its good
one, With such evidence as to its tastes and,
We do not know how far the force of
our statements is to be &fleeted by the crit
ical question of aditorship, or whether the
inrldenoe would be less formidable if Ulcers
shown to have been furnished by somebody
who was not in the good graces of the
Chronicle or the Post, agreeing as they do
in that objection. It is proper for us how
ever to say, once for all, that the Editors
and proprietors of the Guam are respon
sible tonsil that appears in it, and so en
tirely accessible at all times, that there
is no occasion whatever for going beyond
them, into the regionof conjecture. If we
wars to follow the editorials of the Ohron
icain the earns way, we ehould tlndanml
titudinons paternity among the male
ones. Those °lndifferent description are
all origisat, and aver likely to be claimed
by anybody. - We don't And fault lilt% it
however beosuse it borrows, without, se
knowledgment. Even soond-hand Biome is
always more tolerable then original non
We take it for granted that its dletrese ,
fat oosjeaktrea hare nothing to • do with
anything in the shags of • • e, family quarrel.
We never meddle In inch matters. •
The laterceptviLeliters and Their
•The intercepted letters of Trri. DAVID
and his Adjutant... General, Coors; which
were doubtless of some nee at the time to
General Masan and the Government are
not now of any general interest. That from
Adjutant General Coons says that on Ups
28th ultimo, Mr. Parrs received a letter
from La, in which was Conveyed to him
the first intimation_ that an army was to
aiisemble at Culpepper under Bxsuarosib..
Gen. COorin says that "the President was
embarrassed," and then adds that the ens.
my ate massing on the peninsula with a
view to take Richmond or make Saida to
break Lies line of communication. - He
xis that 610 "protection of capi tal"
Ant: to be regarded, thumb. ether s
ars kasardsd, and he - asks Las to span
some of MI own army to keep open his own
The letter from Jun Done hew by
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saying :that "our hOpes," in regard to de. .
monstrations to be made while the Union
army was losing its old regiments and re
oeeving new ones, had been disappointed,
and he mentions that both Jonasros and
BRAGG are calling for more men. BZAU.
aEGARD, he says, reports the force in front.
of him unehanged,and that be cannot spare
a man. This, DAVIS adds, was in reply to
a proposition to Be AU B.EGI AHD to send troops
to the Mississippi to save Vicksburg. "The
President" Then mentions the location of
detached brigades and divisions, and says
that three of these have been temporarily
withdrawn from Petersburg. He concludes
by saying that be can spare no troops to
Late, and that it is of prime necessity to
These letters prove conclusively that the
rebel force in arms is by' no means as for
midable as has been represented. At all
threatened points th6re was a cantor troops,
and from none of these could a man be
spared to meet the pressing necessities of
the case. DAVIS was in profound despair.
It is th be observea that this admitted
scarcity of men was in the latter part of
June. Since those letters were written,
the rebels have lost in prisoners and by
the casualties of the field, over one hundred
thousand soldiers. The evils, complained
of by Davis, and the pressure upon the
Confederacy are thug' largely increased.
It is claimed that the conscription now or
dered in Secossia will bring out ninety-five
thousand men. These will be fresh troops,
a reserve of boys, and men past the prime
of life. They cannot, with justice, be re
garded as a substitute for the army which
has been lost Neither in numbers nor in
soldierly quality will they repair the dam
ages which the rebel force has suffered. In
this interval our own losses have been
comparatively light. Our armies are
nearly as strong now as when in June the
rebel leaders were supplicating aid from all
quarters of the compass. If the traitors
were then straightened how much more
should they be now.
The lesson we are to learn from this, says
the New York Commercial, is the necessity
of keeping our army full, and of pressing
with large masses upon the retreating linos
of the rebellion. It is the polley of Davis
to keep up the strength and prestige of
Lee's army. From its position and expe
rience, it seems, in the eyes of the world,
to be Ms army of the rebellion. Oar suc
cesses. are overlooked at the West and
South, and the fact that now after two
years, Richmond is not taken, and the rebel
host includes the old familiar fields of 1861
within its lines, is held to be proof that
the 'Confederacy, as a power, is destined to.
succeed. To overcome Lee and 'thoroughly
beat his army should now be the prime ob
ject of our government They can with
draw men enough for two full army corps
from the Southwest These they may add
to the army of the Potomac. To these unite
the conscript/ and the fresh volunteers, and
there will be an army which must succeed,
whether it sole as one grand mass, or
whetheilt makes an attack upon Lee and
Richmond from two or three sides.
It is the Confederacy as a military power
- that we are fighting. Seaports and inte
rior cities it is well enough to capture and
bold. But thine conquests are useless so
long as a great and defiant army is in the
field. Defeat that army thoroughly, and
the rebellion collapses or becomes a foolish
and aimless guerrilla warfare. The rebel
organisation once driven from the field, the
Confederacy will be powerlese, and the
"nation created by Jeff. Davis" and Mr.
Gladstone will vanish into thin air.
Gen. Rosecran's Advance.
A Nashville (Tenn.) correspondent of
the Philadelphia Inquirer, under date of
the 21t14 says:
The army of the Cumberland is moving
forward at different points, and you may
rest Retired it is not the intention of Gen.
Bosecrans to rest satisfied with merely
annoying the enemy. At the proper mo
ment you may expect to hear of import..
ant movements, such as will take the ene
my by surprise. Brigg's army is un
questionably dissipating; large numbers
of deserte'rs are daily coming into our
lines, endive have every evidence that the
people are 'beginning to regard the rebel
lion as in a dying state. The leaders are
adopting the most desperate mimosa to
Obtain reinforcements, but without much
success. The mountains are billag filled
with men who are leaving their homes
to escape conscription.
Whenever Gen. Roseanne advances be
yond Chattanooga there is little doubt that
Bragg will retreat. Sheridan did' not
ter Chattanooga, as was thought a few
days ago. as it was not permitted. The
fruit is not yet ripe. It soon will be.
EXLICASEI OP BLISPS 11 DALrtttOu.-
Fiftyeiz slaves., who had been ient to the
negro jail. in Baltimore by their owners
for safe keeping, were set at liberty,on
Monday by order of Gen. Schenck. Sib•
sequently, all the men enlisted In Colonel
Birnees colored regiment.
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be• • - f is nrra tram.
• - •roz itmumirinninsause.
wow. atm raw $8,41 risme de mg atik
Whiti4 . o4aked mid rimy Mattinp,
L m *rib sia a sorkeiniantr.
OLIVIR WOLIIIIOO,I* ae.
es yrs= minx
Roots, Shoes emd Gaiters,
&dog Oho% Id
A 0.66 rlrra CM=
prrER, WRIGUT & SONS'Af t
LIAIL-160 Next BA recoisc.now
bidfnt Aw Liverpool with OIL, having mot
of itor cup . bowl' ." will World di &swatch.
I,6ooiwoti barrdit ou tiwithippl =Os.
407 - WSIGHT * Bun%
Pllll , lopithti
p E LI 474 r131R
—P IVRlGHT isoirript & • BONSA I
`ADILPHLS. pos,Ltypirooch _ •
rill Ave Bdtlah Ilwrira• 1111.1001.11/4 BOMA.
soy, Rids/. hula' the mita pl/1 ba . " Me
•11/141114 will to dtipatdaos - ivote. • •
101 01/100,01 /night iipolr,to _
luiras wMitrr 16088,
•• Phlhololpiday .
Or, luTC4OOOt, ecrmisv a ho.. •
. . . • viv.ha.b..
Also, — tho tot.nitirm rims. bl lb.
Tsoe. Esau. amain
con Basra met MOWN stmts. lianduster.
DirTIONO-45011ci - * hereby
to= of timatit k 01/llol‘
t= leo , 16m +.+k All Mom
rho ore• botaisil to • tho tops will v i m"
kok lo ;ow MATH. koke.,_
7=-1 thus tor pada', IA •
puma to NW, UN Madam '
balk ,gootit °swami
I:11t 11Y Tu N-130 100 Ws.
douss stiles. SUZY U. 00
P :4; I!]~iA,~4u:t larJl
A TRIOS SUPPLY OP
Secs' halts Clam
Sons' Malts Clara.
Son' Malts Olissir,
Boas' Malts Olga.;
eterllng • Aimenosta;
tilatiela • Oo,'• Whir Peruvian kart,
03.'s Malt Punsiaa Park,
?Abbot. O Oo 'a ilivir rumples Buk,
Nichol. a oo.'e /UL!. Peruvian Nark,
With Protoxido of IMO;
With Prato:l4lo of Into; ,/
With Pratcocido of Iron;
With Protoxlda of hod;
Lard's Wilma el Tooth;
Lohd'o , Bloom o Youth;
Lo!rd's Blooms Youth;
Laird'. Bloom o Youth;
CMWaive's iseelidor Heir Dye;
Obrtetedoro's lkoelitor lisle Dye;
JArldodoro's iseet.tor bat r Tier.
Dh.latodorces Iscelslor Bair Di.;
Paria'a Annul Liquid Pair Dy.;
Hawn's Ngyptian Liquid Bair Lys;
Bnin . ll Ng, ptlan Llanld Hair Dy.;
Basin's Nuptiati Liquid Hair Lys;
Bataketor's Prmlam Hair Dm
retch lore Premium Betr Dy%
Batch.toe' Premium Betr Dye;
Batchdoei Premium ask Ton
Venni= Mir Dyes
vaultlike' Hale eye;
Vasllion Hale Dee;
VSkitila Hair Lye,
lidithabaans Stimulating Ongaitnt.
Billinghama inlaylaity, nitwit=,
lisithigtiam's Stimulating Onguent,
Itallingliss'i Stimulating Or anent,
Vat the Hair end Whistivi;
Tor the nett sad Whisker.;
he the Heir and Whbke•e;
lot the kept and Whisker%
DRUG AND PATENT DIEDICINER STORE
67 and 69 i nn Street,
(TWO DOOll3 BILOW 1 POT 0717014)
N tuiniti KNOWN lir red./. 1
AROLITIC BLICRBEBRY CARIWIrrin
DISZNTICILT, DIABSILIA. ILUX, °HOLM
KOLBUS AND stritwis OOILPL►IHT.
The WI/MUM Wet tag* to Qs asks of Ws
The mammas dilly motto at tateaVallog out..
attest Its Tains.
To the solar, tods.tly, It Is toirstosblo, Wag
apperprtatoly tuned by One s to taw ostiltiostel,
"The Obldierse Friend."
*Abort Owl It Mimeos to soy wattles, syrup bet
oblldesswithin, mud from the Waldo= ages of
n A.ROOTICS, gins tot the sabres by remolds;
the Siestas. •
&OA by ttspestabts mitymbers.
sir Pees, 25 OKtill BOTTLI
1/102 WELT BY
WI. • DAVIDSON,
: 0; 14- / D v\
PIS UsAlegal. S2O. Si. LOUIS, 110.
Imo AL. 0 -„,,
.01. t, A, -7.
Ilsvhl latzeid tbe Aviv/ kw Quo eale:et the
01,91, mixed near St. Leta, so., I In
vite the sheathe of ghee and Steil llennhatobre
to the Allalrdi gibs atm*, es ovate! by_ !rob
a. A. Hem ot baby sad Z. a. Boo*. a Ibial 96
lueotiwurn with the teit of sob expert
once by torib. riftk eta
sad et. Loots. 411•Uarmtma hi
be It to the pare IMasud Sad
wet valuable lay now known, whether //be p ce
beeetowe Pats tea trod It hen stood b the
lane Zweasee trout 1i34 toe tooth.. %be Analysis le oe - the toy se tabi from the
mho, irtlhoat any madden or pnipeontlee whet.
over. It pebbles post itituthissos sad plablaity
paellas, white ere not dims Op the
Hob Mutt orb* adatuon of a tarp boyartlos
of shall en bona cloy.
/ em nowto MU ban tcw the above
lay, to be from et. Sods oidellvered ben.
Ho. ill 030011 D rine;
FARM FOB BALE OE ARDIT,
0052/1111ING 41 AOllll.
All gado, Mao, and la • good st•t• of adUvatkam.
The lrayeonamtn **slit of • now BRICK DW1124
LUG. containing 10 rooms; Lrp I.IL/iILI BAU
VIVANT 111111811, with olooms Yana goodproharl
of pan taws. 00AX. aide the whole bra. Mt-
s"te In Baldwin toryhlp, about An nilloftoa the
city. lagibr of
AbIidIY,EMWIU * 00«
STILL A OHANOB
Anglin. mind of
arra NMI max= mar Nuns Ton
!Nrchu obi sit a pain at
ETU AND , NAB.
Ito portkrolar *M . otion to tko trotfaoat of
0 SO 10 D 181•11114, the&flood 11•84 Wol
Moo w OASLIAOT, swim isTl5, tor *awl.
uLAL ?um, Insley Alll l / 1 01•10 8I8& and
treats alt-:1111T411111/112081f ITNI; oho H/1111)
ILBAIIIIIO mod on sqmpassa tar Is, sad
I .' " Atitonsputitt learn I.4tuis.
-- A L...1ALaati1.;1160.44.11141M
14 • • v i t S •ts sesta IS
de seta. Latham ea Se ItAt."
• • % t.
nutealmas me Illiedaal Weems Isehmark
IL D., Saber et the Salm • laeb,
•• • I. Tlitessell thans."' Sit tiadte eaS
tO say Sans poetSai
; .t). ll , lth ematim
il le = N
im pattr ow atvma .aq.
'I t :et ) 1
:Noss arra= 111111112.16111
QiWll"t MN / ara " brA4tIVIPOIr
WM= DA% NO. al Tooo#lll4'
Crimes SPIN. ir0000.03% 011100. Antibes:.
01,6:11,116e1. 5 rot/woes in
store for rabbi JOHN D, 0A1171111.D.
JOEL HORNE k •
77 AND 79 MARKET ST.,
Are In WI, redstpt at
Which they we idling at •
SMALL - ADVANCE ON COST I
And are chains out , theft deck of
AT VERY LOW PRIORS.
iIirWitOLZRAIE LOOM up team'
.10.4"Danr, July Alt e, MI6B,
onosans 011► T 211DUOT1011 AT
59 Market Street,
PRINTS, good and fut colors 120.
Shirting Mualins. 120.
ACE SHAWLS, POINTS, MANTLES,
0 RN 0117 E,
MACRUM & CLYDE'S.
Ws In fa reasipt of NBW GOODB booed, *Wag
the premed armies imprimis, sad OM offer to "bob.,
sale sad WO balmily, se KWH LOWER NAM'
THAN INMAN, Mamma asortarati of IBM
mums, FANCY 111100DBUA NOTIONS.
adoo,—Wo w oloidng out, at rodoood price, our
root of SUMS= TRINSIDISOS, LITHICIIR XX
DROIDREIRS,III3IIXIII HQSIRRIf Si GLAVIN,
SO=N= FURNISHING GOODS, 10., to asks
roan for our Fill purloin& •
w Conntry Merchants will find ear Whamla
rapartralatta wall stocked with all gum In oar Una,
and at prim at now as any bona ht dty or In
MAC/ UM GLYD/C,
lon Itety•en fourth atm: and Diamond.
SU2I22ER DRESS GOODS,
CM 8., la 1..1.+46 e,
8111.JANO'YLIT COMP AT
13Eitessi 7 ,
Ho. 21 FIFTH STREW.
as- A Mill sleek a MUM) AVI) EOM&
ILICIPIUM GOODS cossumtly on ma
NEW DAiIL 0.11.1008,
J. M. Burchfield's.
sun ascrztyp, ,
IMBLIACIEZD NOM= I
ISIIIII LIMINe i
SHIRTING GALION; ,
Clads% out at Cost„ and Less:
Booing Jig r■tarood kos lie lad "gook
of RAW GOODS, to addltioa,. to do stoat aboolly
AT &11171302 D PRICIMEI
To close oat oar
To wadi! sortikis *mpg poithe Of oar SOX.'
11i00114 /4", doisMo4aodl, to
Rama Ptites io - ifsick is Point
as wirlinloo sagfeeiii:itlipuotamiti ur.
Ou stook k arnrigisM frodiputiiiim heft's .
lora leasty Mid. .WIP imr.abeth lally mato at
OW • AND' DicepLABLI won
ro Unk . cwifime law asly lantAi
am= ormtliag thy wed is ea pre.
leßhuitz and Milli Vio bailoiCuk
win :a plea is Is;a• tyorimistaboak
fin 10.17 11111161 ,
N ZW . G09D 8 .! •:,„
uriioiaaL essair /mo w '
- --- - . ama •
. _ _ _ ,
- ost rasatvaif Ihtrall •al thus '6lllrabkr
; 7. itaprik; •
writroi. re. 34 - trilara.
-; • 1 - Mat** WIT
zwuderkarianiNiiidarami h at
MAO i minim
bli 18111,ilt sk. wt. nem a Miami
eirZeigsgememt of iltimat.pri,t,
lIINNTINN IN NIINDII/4 tinder the
MR. M. C. 4111111PBEL
Thb MANVOTII OOMPANi, hale
theta bet:Want sauce at the NNW lownr SHE:
A.T3I, Neer Tett, the mat entcert¢l
by soy m!uttrel organtsailcni thifigocia.wal opn
Ai above, fx a shad axon ye,
sir for fill parl4culin us lkitai, Prograsonish
,WANIED—A situation is CLIMB or
TIF luta/marl, by a 'alibi Man orb* boa bad
dont Aso ran' expo' loam fa oveh bad
Mall groan, Ns Writes a toots liaad, 'and.
otaaka tbellaindsh and Guam language vary dr
tatty. Would 'nate atonal: asnatany nodal tit lay
branch of badness.. nallehown tofarancoa. will. be.;
Flynn. Nemo &darns /1%, Glytllfl Unica."
WANTED.-10 BHICKLAYBitS, to
mock cm the alleiheni Orphan Amino.
Apply to JAS. EBB% at the Km:elder Cost and
Lime Tan; cm , Illatlom Avenue A M. 8.. Alkegbamt:
1111 CURPINTICBB NVANIniD.
26 MIL:: 1 1111.1 . 741. • BONGII . III, st
t en !it sa
WAleraith--Inu a OMNI% ia•aW • waat
Astute at SW a manta, taming n 4 =l
trar .Aartathta Peadis. Oriatati Baratrataut
other new, atatal end oast= salaam litteaa*S..: . ..
mstatawayT SHAW to CLAIM. ISlddate&
WAlkaliu.-475 • nos:al-1 want to :1;!.
Also Agnate la siw7 county at ITS amattio
mama paid; te IQ* 11): 16141 4.' '
apiallootater Alta& NOIR ' -
UCTIO.Ar i 4 t&
daBOCERIEI3 .AND" LIQOO 3 / 3 .0i
.j SATURDAY 2108511141. ,nrytt Ll,-.t 10
o'clock. will tornoldist the ~ Coitmseetd Mars Y00194r
52 /11134 moot: - .
2 barroA Ground Coffee;
1 . kried Appki;
11 Lk, uorrfog;
5 boson Chemical 4. 1‘... Soap;
kale Yellow EicaN
S •' Otnetotatt do; • -
5 Beruobtag ' do;
1 . 8 /union •
1 bslf oak BMus Wine;
11onsto old thqu'd Brandy ;
8 " 542buddam nolinapps;
our of the Want altterr
4 dozen Item* Prtpat4 Mostird;
41 bills. Oat end Ott Tot." 80:
40 gro's Wootton 9894ketr„
29 Gem Montrau Llidonat;
••,.. o.lr+ atiUF
rilotseutx, Jr24ll.lSti.—On i•LIU . A •
.L 11100111N0, itivat lit. at 10 o'plock. *Ol ya
sold,st the Cositeeroud dela boast, t4lif It inn;
tn. gaol Toboto Puts, oaliablaiLo lot Boa.
Butdets sad otiteta
1, 4 1 Dena t ItelitytklitiLlueers. '
LIIt AND cIIU rinlV.
JJ BURGH LOTS AT 06PULNIV von? sem
—on ILIKIRoLIr AlTelttiuoN, Anginnl24
eoienlz. will be sold. on tbe prs hN, nreaden
onitiage coa t. the fatiguing nine Waal& bal.
bi lots In Blnninghem and Weal PlitalliVh be.l;:S.
[DeWitt to the estate of Wirer Ortothr
inn ease to be In the order of soomtrettoto
• Three Leto, Noe. 25, 15 Indl7, In the Ebreadkill'il
Binetageam, Bloglorn street. Imbues -4abeark_ ,
sod dregs streele, ears lot 25 het front; Nee onion&
log back Nose width 100 feet.totbestuus eba. Nibs -
bole debiting and outtumre erected *heroes.
due Lots, Nos. 13:34, 26, 36 and lit - in She . Bee-
Goad of enrol, sham, on lite Inas inesen, between
Gregg and Jorepa eteerte, each Id 24 bet leash tot
extending Dean ease alletb 1061 fat to Oscan et.
i.j, on/being carneeint on Blighaes sat Jennie-.:•
One let, No. 88, in dm Sorondi of IlloancPlttee
bulb. beefed a - heat of 24 tint on Oman stmt.
end axiandleg ttuanah to the atom:unlit, Turnpike
Reed, a daps of DO'het hater ea Its ibeettet
TIMMS at ask. D. 4913 ditemlEaunk • -
It:eaves' • ,• esadoseets
j•IZIEUMPA3UIIa LOTS AT AVOT/UN.
lAJ —ChtEATUBDATIIIIIIIIIOOI4III . I4III* r -
ma Web*, will b. . .ora t ion - premiesk
Boroast.' of .tliarombrug. 'the . klioulag.
ballibng Cialblia•nalzg es the goner MI iettii..2!
Oaaei e.reirsed Illulbary Way, Malay o.9pOillietla
O. lot V Slot O haws front on South Pod
.tial I Poznan( took Os tot slug blulborty
roue sdj I,asig loaf. as& Not 1 aches tent
Bomb Coool Prat, sad roogbig koos - 01101/
/Ito WA, osib SO Rat host on' Kidd* otto9t, 11d t
tate..dtog boat 550 feet, to tbo rose of above lot / . f
um lot at the owner !tool =I Booth Oink '4
scoots", 11 hot iron ori moot, and omiloodlo(
gloat gontb Pool at at 55 feet 9 Mohan.'
bonus ogjdoLog lou, mit to toot hoot ea 11qdi 7
.aloes, sad 'Pawing toot fa eI 1)6 Paw.
ottotaws Of dl dothius pod poverty
to bboapburg L ogled to , this d., noII IMP
9iass or titio•tbkd eoh ; inton es
;fie' too sw• saariiinth Montt, oscurod by bail rfif.
Iv SIT DAVIS a von.wanra. aaarti.; . '
X 0 SLLENT Str. MA
WIJS OHINSIS. —Us SATURDAY YUBAZ G Assiut Isle
u'olecitoeill be solo st the Oosuseedin asks—. ;.
mama. no 6.1 Sub s hpt, tlins =oiliest &robs. -
Isehlses, laden= one Smut City, eel* Walnut
SeolosetToo sod ono Wilton H. ftlih'n
jyi6 Defile a leotLifrittillk 'lll=l6m
INE PIANO AT AUOTION.—AIa
lILT usD nossisra. Ausutt iss, al
Wawa. will be sold, it the Owswarodel Ides Boowily
34 riish street,one very superior I *elan 'Flew% •
flub Asides% Marin" reas,,xcomd mum.
PHOTOGRAPH ItOOMthi C.
°DUNNNMI! AND KAMM IS7I. ,
pa and 84 dozily one Ittoliiitsoses :51.1002
wam Bieatii ';
. . _ mat. =.r': .:
nurrommus, or ororystoo sad dry* plots or
Word. Stow tho popular Oiolo do nee to (Wolk
sit Lib dim
pirtfilulad7 eall the 10!
Patios cot tio AMID ANDIMPENZ tie fag
this iebbikkaimt, mobil tit
&lust illilit; •
Arliasszcopou*aae. "11 . 0atio0immorif,
• - wrarg;riari:;2•
U' - -
.IOT/0111 . 18 IJ ESSitr.tiiVital that
tb PittmanOlp lately orlathig Whoa DAN.
1.111.1111111111 re sad 'NI I. 888 0 BIT, adder tba
dzatof DAdtX Cr 81111 1110flia 0011..v0a daostind ,
• Jal7 art. 18611, 07 stead coloot% DAIIIIII. •
MINN A=V lolatoWl to aides all dotal dal tone .
b7DAßzsuainsatr . r.
10 - 0TIOR; 113.14EREBY iartitir that I
Am' immiummuti„i - wusaml Ballineralijte'
sa to the adulufactors add male of Qassorsorai , ..l6o
tub. oUtas Arta to b. D. • wir , Busurtr..t!* -- .
pattastihtp to froaSJot7 fah - lata.
IUPAUSSAbIa Arkialal Traro
i i MY."—Tai Parndsard to aart , P•Prta
Mat oat sielpaatt tram any prt
bud at acatarad, either Woman Wad 111.1 W
a=ittatatiog mamma stasprooll
?or Int dam Paint VIEW. ham
Ikea WWII Pa Palatasola tar IS P.M
Vt=. diem= tanappa' fora
itco:adligst ffil*Slllo- Ma%
hilmool wfs•ke , .:
flg n' u "" ladigu ago -
, arta: 1111d6.i
liutolit3Ar4 gthig mama imulat
- 624 as ACtiral [Ma 111131113 7-
Rakes tg the I &*lorbralle ,
meamatrae mast al le halite --
wash", if stow to behind to the Mated litearVill
beollena fasalsa kabtio:Aaogoa.la' D►ttoQt e oh-
'helm Da V Or smenausia bOX?.
Gat It. 2140eT e Agent, Dettedia
ti A ehalL:Mijka
111.0 Meals ikon the Wm tart. Tait'
Rona. tw o
of that mated out LaMar
rho auks MN atothee &dale • tem pm. _
c u. n ow & liberal swat( will la
gives brim um hemakbet emoirelag tbasagno do.
mum heroWU kik at KozGAg swots sr,
martin as , o,ll•Tkala 271k1al