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SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 1.
The Ue►oa State Convention.
As originally appointed, the Union State
Convention was toJ meet in this city otrthe
lst-of -July ; bat, owing to the fact that
'most of the delegates ware at that time ab
sent in the service of their country, aiding
to drive thd rebel invaders from the Suite,
the Central Committee held a meeting in
'Philadelphia, on Wednesday, Jans - 2-ith,.
and calling P..Fsazus SMITH, Egg., to the
Chair, (General MsuaLs being,unstoida
bly absent,) passed -the following resoltt
posted. That In the prevent smarghney, wee
gi.ay delegates to the Union Mate Convention am
engaged to military series, and cannot bipremnt at
toe meeting appointed to be hellUst Plttaba•gh. on
the tat ofdttly next, It ta deemeallkpedlent to post
pone the vooventka until Wedneadey, the sth day
of • navel, next,,nt II &clack a. and it is hereby
postponed until that time.
P ,FILVEZR SMITH.
• - Mittman pro tem.
• OW. W. lILIIZRALT. Secretary.
PUILADII.II4, Jun. 21,11163.
in a 434011,11100 with this mention the
Convention will assemble in this city on
the day above nailed, and Will hold its
meetings in Concert gill, which has been
engaged for that purpose by the Committee
The Harrisburg reteeraph"--A
Word for all Objectors.
We bad a hurried remark or two, a few
days ago, in answer to an article in the Her
risburg Telegraph, at which we had then
merely glanced. We have since read it at
• greater leisure, and find it so suggestive'
that we cannot avoid a Utile analysis of it,
in the hope that we may improve it to the
edification of those from whom it comes.
The article suggests that "the likes or
dislikes of men should not interfere with
the success of principles or the harmony of
parties," to which we entirely egree. It
inquires what we hoped to gain by assail
ing Governor CallTls in his personal se
well as oticial capacity which' we can't
answer until we have done it, It remarks
that " the Republican party, at this hour of
peril, has no time to wrangle concerning
men"—that " while journalist!• are at lib
erty to animadvert on the character of any
public man—to extol his virtues, denoance
his - vices; and expose his crimes-they
should have some good, noble and manly
object in view, and not the destruction of
an individual "—that "abuse does not al
ways serve mama+ "—that "persecution
begets sympathy "—that "wholesale int
duction only 'recoils on its authors, " to all
of which we cordially subscribe—that "our
course is' unprooOked and unfold/tabu,- as
well as unbecoming our reputation for
, frankness and fair dealing "—that "our
schisms only become the sources of hostile
triumph"—that "we cannot afford this
now "—that Governor Crass is not a can
didate, and will patriotically decline, if we
are silent, hut may refuse, if we are not"—
that "we had better debate the value of
nuaruresinstead of indulging in this miser
able wrangle about men "that "we have
nobler, purposes than the meragratification
of hatreds"—that "personal prejudices
must not peril political pAnciples "—that
it behooves the delegates "to give us a
candidate who can harmonise all differen
ces—whose character is above reproach,
whose ability is undoubted, whose patriot
ism. is well-established "—and that "thus
led, we are sure of sueoess "—with more of
the same sort, to which we take no excep
Now Mirk! the Inquiry here is, in terms,
and tint is the very caption and essence of the
article. "What is to be gained by assailing
Go'. Coma in his personal u well as oil
ciat capacity." The question will be a
• , p r o p er one whenever we shall have so as
' sailed him. Thum fag - howrever, we have
spoken no word which looked beyond his
/ official relations only. So much, and more,
it is expressly admitted by the Telegraph,
- -ireteny legitimately do. If we have gone
faraler,. we would be glad to see it pointed
• oat. The truth is, howeyer, that the pub ,
lie record shown by us—and which was
printed at its Oilt office, and ought to have
• been shown to its readers long ago in the
performance of its duties to the country
and the party, as a public journal, is so ut
terly damning on its face, sad reflects' en
strongly upon the personal integrity of the
incumbent, that, the refrgraph itself has
found it impossible to distingoiah between'
the man and the offiser, even if it had not
• surrendered that point, in its own defini
' Oen of the rights and duties of a journal
; .Ist. It is the Telegraph itself which makes,
'the application, that it wrongfully intputes
` • to as. It is a confession, ho timer, Of the
. • badness Of the record.
It is this hallucination, we suppose, that
- hag indexed it to speak of "like, and dia•
likes"—of the "distruetiem of an individual
waked'—of "pasecuties"—of "whole
sale trailuction"--of "unprovoked, unjust'.
fiable; and unbecoming" conduct—of the
"gratification mere hatred"—of "personal
prejudiees"—and . of "miserable wrangles
All-this it purely gratuitous. There is
no , question of personal like or dislike. We
would rather have liked the Hevener, if
we could have Men persuided that be was
honest. We have had net personal quarrel
with him. We would not go out of the
way either to destroy or injure him, if he
would keep himself out of the way of the
interests of the nation, so as net to destroy
or injure it. There never Imo been any 0,-
Gaston for malice between no. He would be
small game_for perseeution:--aa to the matter
of wholesale &auction—the Telegraph
knows that all we have said of him is &w—
-and more, that we have not maid--and cannot
and not dare deny it. If the im
peachment of a trusted public servant for
the ruin of the State, anti the betrayal et
the party, is a thing unproiloked, totjustifia-
Ote, then the wont peculation must be tol
erated without remark. , If to speak freely
on ettoh matters is utgispidair our ancient
reputation for freak:ass; we must have had
Worn One thin we aupposed. As to
Attired, the Hevener' is not the man to in
spire any such sentiment In us. Our pre
judices are irea-judieer judgmenn
otter therm:4 upon the Moat unquestionable
eildence. A. to ~ "miserable wrangles
about Mem"' Ire -ban only'to. that the
principty is nothlneilthout the man, and
the sonessful oft* tan .that We ars ready
to take'any body but who would
ba sure to ruin us, as in . -hail Well 'nigh
done already; and that it is Only
object to iblow aimed at a dangerous ene.i
no r thafare omelet* of principle, and fill
, into the error of infreitiftfe mrsu l r in B ui l t
We have attacked the Governor betimes
we know that he he a candidate, though a
stealthy one,n otw Guitandin g his disclaimer,
and buenae we are not willing that the
party ihall be sacrificed by the selection of
• man who hie abused its confidence, and
cannot be elected. It was the only course,
under the circumstances, for an honest man
to take, who thought as we did, and wished
well to the country. Without going into
his private character, as we had a perfect
right to de••=u the Tglestraph admits, while
it complains without reason—w e have shown
a maul of official acts which would con
vict the man who urged him, in the face of
it, of disregarding the interests of the
party and the country, and exhibiting a
contempt for public opinion, and an indif
ference to public morality, as reokleas and
criminal as the worstof the Inferences that
could be drawn against the Govetnor. If
the performance of inch a duty, in the ef
fort to save the people, is to be considered
as persecution of the individual, and inch
an array of facts is to beget sympathy for
the offender, ills not our fault, but that of the
political traders and speculators, who have
habitually concealed. the truth from the
people, and so far debauohed their morals
and understandiage as to make them
ahndder, not at the commission of crime,
but at its exposure and punishment. If our
Harrisburg critic only demands, as he
says, 'M good, noble, and manly objeot, and
not the destruction of an individual," to
authorise the denunciation of vice or the
exposure of crime, we have it here in the
rescue of a great party from imminent
peril, and impending ruin, for which the
individual must stand out of the way or
'pot blame us for his incidentildestruction.
We know no nobler purpose than this, and
it is precisely because we would "rather
debate the value of measures, than indulge
the mere gratification of likes or dislikes,"
and because we would net "peril political ,
principles," and because, moreover, we
want a candidate oujeelves, who can "har
monize all differences—who is above re
proach—whose ability is undoubt ed—and
whose patriotism is we established"—that
we object to Governor CURTIN especially,
and have endeavored to show that-he, at
least, does not dome up to the acknowledged
standard. How ridiculous then to assume
that we cannot do this' without impairing
the harmony of tlip party I
As the TskinspA has turned preacher,
however, inertead of dismissing it with the
inquiry—whether any good thing can come
out of Natareth?—we would like to read it
a homily in return upon the value of the
old fashioned virtues of-truth, candor and
honesty, in polities, aa well as in the other
affair" of life, and the great importance of
always supposing a moral sense or con
science in the people, and lever, under any
'circumstances, either offending or ignoring
it. But we have already overstepped our
limits in what we intended, with its article
only as a text, as an answer to all objec
The Army of the Potomac
The army of the Potoniac seems to have
trod the old circle over agate, and got back
at last to about the point from which it
started. We expected as much, as soon as
we heard of the escape of - Lan across the
Potomac. If our generals were afraid to
attack on him the north bank of that river,
where they might have compelled him to
fight at the greatest possible disadvantage,
it was a foregone conclusion that they
would make no serious effort to prevent
him from falling back to his old position,
and re•establisbing his communications
with Richmond. He has effected it almost
without molestation, and It is already given
out that this great army is to relapse again
into a' mere corps of observation, for the de.
tense of the capital.
We would be glad, if it were possible, to
solve the mystery as to its numbers ind
()enclitic's. Thou who argued with (len.
Merin that It was dangerous to attack, and
were disposed, therefore, to let it go, upon
the approved maxim that it was always
well to provide a golden bridge for a flying
enemy, represent it (our army) as far in
ferior in numbers to that which was run
ning away from it, and that it was abler
lately reduced to some 40,000 men, while
Lax was getting out of Ds way with greatly
superior forces. Those who believe such
stories must have eredulity enough to ewe-
We learned from a private dispatch,
which came here Immediately after the
crossing by Iloozza, at Edward's Ferry,
that he bad then with him an army of
about 91,000 men. Row many of these
were present at the battle of Gettysburg
we do not know. We should infer, howeter,
from the accounts we have of that battle,
that we were at least equal, if we did not
outnumber the enemy, who were
probably about 80,000 strong. In killed,
wounded and prisoners there, oar losses
may hare been 20,000, while those of the
enemy, inclusive of the prisoners subse
quently taken, must have been at least 10,-
000 more. Mranx; heirever, was in • po
olden to avail hintseU of the troops in the
Department of Gen. fimeace, amounting
by estimate to 85,000 men, together with a
considerable detachment sent up from the
South under Gen. KAOLIN. We had, be
sides these, moreover, the State Militia,
with their auxiliaries, under rem*, num
bering at least 25,000 men:. He ought,
therefore, if these statements are reliable,
to have had at his disposal at least 130,000
men, while Lxz's forces could not have ii
It seems' conceded now by the newspaper
correspondents that, without these rein
forcements, the army whichlte 'common&
is still greatly superior to Lna's in both
numbers and condition. And the fact must
be so i Else Ls: would have Inevitably turn
off upon him, wording to hie habit, instead
of retreating before him. It is only our
Generale who. decline to improve Silvan
began of that sort, and listen to extratra
put, tales of overwhelming numbers and
threatened attacks, and new raids In the
direction of Pennsylvania, when the enemy
is actually flybg for his lifts buSumberell
with the spoils whit!h he, has picked up in
hii bold and' adventurowforay. It to
dear, at all events, that it was no want of
Siottpisthit itiveitted the attack at Wil
liirosport,'; as it .seems perfectly obvious
that the seasons,. which interfered it the
. time will. be likely to continua operating
with greater fartettothe end.. _
. , Thsipolloy - of , soling on the liefensio
mily, with all this great arinii seems is
-be newt toWlbad Wed 1 . 11 •14 ton, iit" foili
of Me-wmialleP If , Itaiiki bep
int no doubt' hr pop I,_. lhoimo -46
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occupy that city, and have participated in
the panic terror which hoe so generally
pervaded it.. With men of that sort it has
seemed to make no difference whether the
rebellion is put down or not—whether any
of the free States are invaded or not—or
how many poor fellows who want this war
ended by ono campaign, shall be allowed to
sicken and die in thelocamps, provided only
that Washington is safe. This is anew way
of putting down a rebellion; which has
tempted many loyal people in the North to
say that but for the moral effect—the pres
tige abroad—it would have been a happy
thing for all of us if that city had been
levelled to the ground and abandoned long
ago. Surely with all its expensive fortifica
tions the troops of HEIIITZLDIAN ought to
have been sufficient for its defence.
"Agate" on the Battles of Getty.-
We have been plated under obligations
to a respected friend for a copy of the Cin.
oinnatl Weekly Gazette, of July 15th, which
contains a graphic description of the bat
tles of Gettysburg, from the eloquent pen of
Its special correspondent—" Agate, " '
was an eye-witness of those sanguinary
and terrific struggles. It is certainly the
fullest, and, knowing the source whence
this specimen of the-quarts variety has been
taken, we can say the most reliable, account
which we have seen published anywhere.
The inimitable descriptions of the battles
fought in Western Virginia, at Corinth, and
Other places, which have come from his pen
a eurrente eahtmo indeed—have earned
or him the name of the "American Runell."
By the way, we have heard it staled in
certain quarters that these letters should
be given to the public in a more permanent
form. None could rejoice more than we to
see them re•pioduced in a book form. They
would be a valuable contribution to the lit
erary correspondence of these eventful
times. tong may the talented young wri
ter be able to illumine the nation by the
brilliancy of hie learned and classical scin
TEE REBELS GETTING UNIFORMS raose
NEW YORE. VIE NABISAU.—A correspon
dent of the Providence (Et. L) Journal,
writing from Gen. Gilmore's army, on
Morris Island, says: ''ln a storehouse,
which was taken on Morris Island, our
troops found a largo quantity of clothing.
The rebel soldiers were well clad, having
just received a supply of better light blue
pantaloons than our troops have. These
clothes had oomo from New York via Nas
A. Noble Letter from the President.
At the commencement of the war for the
Union, Melauothon Smith was postmaster of
the town of Rookford, Illinois, and his wife
was acting as deputy postmaster. Peeling it
his duty to participate in the struggle, Mr.
Smith raked a regiment, of whieh he woe ap
pointed Colonel, and entered the service under
General Grant, leaving Mrs. Smith to attend
to thedutlis of the postogioe. Colonel Smith
dietinguished himself on loottarions,aad
at the repent storming of the first redoubt at
Vicksburg, led the forlorn hope, and was shot
through the head and killed. Application was
then made for the appointment, as postmaster,
of a gentleman who, under ordinary circam.
stances, would have been a proper person to
dit the *Noe. Counter applications to retain
the widow were also sent in. The matter be
teg brought before the Presidgpt, he endorsed
the application for the widowrand afterwards
sent a letter to the Postmaster. General, of
which the following is • et py :
• EXACCIITII Itti3lllol,
Wean mato', duly 24, 1863.
Has. Pothaaster Genera—Slß: Yesterday
little endorsements of mine wants° you in two
eases of postmasterships sought for widows
whore husbands hire fallen in the battles et
thie war. These oases °marring on the memo
day, brought mo to reflect more attentively
than 1 bad before done as to what le fairly
due from us bore In the dispensing of pa.
mouse towards the men who, by fighting
our battles, boar the chie f burden of swing
our country. My conclusion is, that, other
claims and qualtdoetions being equal, they .
have the better right, and this is especially
. applisable to the dlsthled soldier.and the de
ceased soldiers family.
Your obedient servant,
The Draft in New York
The New York Evening Pvei, of Thu:edgy
It Is now well understood that the govern
ment has determined to enforce the draft in
this city, and that the completeness of the
work will be guarantied by the presence of
competent military force.
There will be no further temporising with
mobs, but the amount of force to be called Into
requisition will depend wholly on the exigen
cies of the tamp, and incidentally upon certain
arrangements now making, which it Is un
necessary to describe.
It is certain, however, that the assistance
within callwill be auffloient ; and if the state
authorities fell to do their dirty in preserving
order, while the drawings are going on,
(though the trovest Marshals who make the
draft will not need protection) then the Fed
eral troops will take this whole responsibility
—an-event which will not be favorable to the
operations of traitorous law breakers.
It has been decided that the drawings in the
districts where the enrolling emcee ware burn
ed will under no aireamitanoes be delayed for
want of a proper building. On the contrary,
it is the present intention of the authorities
to make the draft on the ruins of the dome.
A 30211811 or Ma. A. T. BrEitaxis
Banzreanoas.—Mr. A. T. Stewart has
made a donation of $6,000 for the relief of
the firemen, police and soldier, who were
injured during the late riots, and the fami
lies of those who were killed.—Now York
REBEL PIIISOBEELS TEEINO rug OATH.--
Seven hundred and eleven rebel prbsoners
from Vicksburg, reached Bt. Louis on Sat
urday lett, nearly all of whom had re
fused to be paroled, preferring to take the
oath of allegiance.
. A CORRESPONDENT of I Canada paper,
who lately visited Vail am at Niag
ara Fails, says ha found him "sitting on a
sofa at the aide of some halt dosen or more
Gen. Sherman captured a number of rebels
who had been paroled at the capitulation
of Vicksburg. These he took out and
shot on the epoL
Mat= Istrormanr—Tna PRIZE GUM
—lt is understood that Judge Betts has de
cided to condemn • the Springbok ; Thomas
C. Hart and Peterhof! for conitruotive via.
lotion of the blockade.
ASSIBTAXT BIAILETAISY Ow Wsa.--Colonel
Hardee, Ono of the most efficient officers in
the ;ask., has been appointed Acting As
sistant Secretary of War, in place of Gen.
ErTIIE FIRST CONGREGATION.
or DIBOIPLZB. of Pittsburgh, most eta;
edlY; In lb. utoN. °ITT comaciE BUILDING,
corner of hun and Bt. Clair stmts. Troia( og
LOUD'S DAY—Naralug slot Vol:dug—at the mull
houna Sunday &hoof at 434 o'clock fa ca. Pram
eisry WZONZIWAT' .EVINiNG. The
Rollo an mum:Nulty ltivitsd. • adslt
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Gi•irg Urn. imnsa SOOLPH HlNG;Pastoe,
wait 1a AXOILALOR HALL, oxray . of /•dual aad
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r a it A nt r itt s nip.stistrpmr. are Alse%11111::
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grity DeregrinnT, July 22 1663.
The N soy Department wtli,aetil the 25192 Di Y'
OP 6. 1 111:12T, tsarist re proonettiOns far the core' !PM
MU end erection on bard • veasel to be built .4
thin Portsmrtith. 9, 8 ., g etc, New Turk and 2811.
Manta, guy Tardy of care revolving turrets sod
t•o imolognable "mote Opt', with grating, La
The internal diameter' of the torrent to be lit leer,
hol e ht 6 feet 6 10W..., thin) urn 15 inches; to he
cOmpoerd of two savants etielle of plate in 5, wlt Is
reran" ht iron slabs lour el between the same.
The pilot hon.. on each tor. at to be 8 feet 1n.,.
nal dtemetar. 6 feet 8 image high. 12 looter, Mirk,
Ololloftd ci plats iron.
The t nese; erminee and gear for taming nod za,u
elating the enurement of the turret, t goo el id"
and carriage, port 'torment and other Intnttod n-.
rangemante to be of the. mute general cherac'er as
the blonttor class t f enders. The Impregnable swot •
Pipe to be to [hicks s•• 8 Ines% con prond of plate
inn; Inside diameter by Net, and height snore the
neon B}6 lest.
Tea prep ninon most •mbrecnall the stove roeu•
gen d work. including the bracing o' the turret.,
arid etate the cult son Ice tin., within which the
work for earth rand will be oompletcd, on baud,
and ready tor envie..
'I be roar.. plans cat be t 'arcked at the aloe of
the icepretor of Iroirolad I t-amens, 256 penal Ct.,
New Turk •
The Prop ode moot ho Indorsed on the outbids
“Propmels n r Revolving Trants,' that they me;
tedt.rionnithed fr•.m other lettere. soltemild
BtAil ANU 8
Ladles' Ku . g I.ast's Coog Gaiters gl 76 wottbs: 50
All other Aces telllog ray low.
L. MU LW JR., AGENT,
123 WALNUT ST, PIIII4IELPIITA.
CRUDE & REFINFTI PSTROLEME
On Comotheon excluslotly. All cLar. r et et moat
OTORAOX 11 . 011 BLPtiiED In cool cal:err. P r
060DS under good abed,
eer Ter. icular attention paid to OIL POIL EX.
for FaIo—UAUSTIO ODA. SODA. All, Sc.
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GENERSL MERCHANDISE BROKERS.
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DRUGS, OILS, ta, ac.
Or Cristo to boy or toll promptly attooded to
L&N & bIimxULIIY,
L ~ l ommission. Merchants.
Fartitnlar attention paid to consignments of
CRUDE &REFINED PETROLEUM
Mr . Llbar al advaaaa made
Orrlol Or Tut VOSTIOLLZS Or ALLIGIII[2II , CO.,
Pittsdunn. Pa., July dist, DM.
TcoAL m Ib .. .ROLL/LA —Baled
Proposals win tvlacelsed at this oaks mats
a lAilidT 'Pre, inclusive. nr the dslprory frets
110b1 Thcassnd to Teo Rhin:sand iiinstels of rood
Ins ronantablo 00/11.,, for the awe 01 the Court House
and Jail, to b. laid Gown at tbe entrance en firth
and on itoss streets, In Intact not lon than Six Bats
ar.d.llasttels par day. Papnent cash, on comp'.
Ilan of contract.
By o , teltloo of roauty lloctualeidonen.
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In KAMM BTRIZT.
And set Swale's,. la SOOTS, 6110A6, GAITSEIS
and.$ALMOltALr, is 1 am cicalug cut Emote/
(kw& to unto mutt tut raU and Winter Goods.
Ilemetobni .t 98 MAKE e tiTIMET, th.
ono. • door moat rlttb. sal
DEAN'S EOILID SIMS, at • verj low price, to
Iwo out. ALo, Men'•, Ed's' and Youth', OOH
GURU atri BALIKOHAL LOOTS at a bargain, at
hods chain Zags just
reAred and kyr .1 by
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AND 4111411IIL&TED Eiroeu, an band
and for do byk MILE A Tlll/413L11,
sot • 1114.111 114 5.000 d 41..tet.
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bb bIIGAII on hand and for sale. by
601 LITTL E It TUMBLE.
175 = tau, wiuduit Ai. COFP'ILK
Mpg by P.R. R. sad for .de by
sal LITTLE & TREMBLY, •
littaiii bbl. in store and fo
.We by .WaRB a WILICINHutt
BUTTIat.-20 crocks prima freitl rind
ter Just rat:eyed t 7 aunts for iiato by
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out 9111 Ltborey Benet.
UUti UtiullUs Buibblm* Luta
FOB S&LS. Waste En Lawrenceville. um i t.
Mary's Cemetery. Lay el maws by Pesanger
Hallway. limb lot 2t feet Irma by 110 deep..
ror prlas and term. apply to
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op In ea*
. .and two pound eau, Lwmetlully
wee*, pht rstetwgd a fromh !Inapt, mad for sale by
the dont. or single ran, et Fondly Grocery Store of
jylt . canter Marta Nod Hand genet& •
DOOM WANTiID, with or without
bpa•d. hi= LslFl or notrautshad, 10 a pinto
Wally. Mauled to elks Fifth or Ninth Wargo pre.
hrrsa. *darer i IL, Pittsburgh P. U.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS —Pro.
posa;e will be received op to the ors AtiallisT,
11143, et the Moe amp undersigned. to the Market
BaUdlng, for the Orsding. Paring .ad Betting with
Ourtmoue, Norton street. from Ilia A. V. B P. an
Beyer street. to the Pennorlyants 8. B. Import.
Pedro or Baker's Landing Curbstens required.
JytiM • IbA ILO 11081.111 t. ksoording
I'Ol SALS—.I. geed Farm in Burrell
Township• Indiana uounty. Pa., lo eight of the
ludiana Brooch Beliread, near Black Lick Station,
contountng from Ai to 90 Will, of which GO ecru are
oliamd.-.40 germ In clone aed gram; the balance
well timbered, end allsandargood new fence. A well
leashed new brisk boimooatainhlit ex Mani/ and
bell, two callers, plastered snake hams. A good
new Daum tun 60 by 66 feet. One of the bags or
chards of all landed molt, grapes, ace. bernal good
rprlisp of met water. Also a coal bank. Two good
towusalp road. ennelog through the tarot. Price
VIM. Pal mot, coq
!agates of W. U. Airogissau4a. No. 132 Dia
mond street, Pittsburgh; or of lira. A. W. OILAB.
BUN, en the pr.mheis lyakittda , err
P . X.EUII 1 ows BALE OP COAL ES.
TATII.--Ilia Roden/pea will offer at ?unto
bias, at the 0 Int Boost, llfifi rittiburgb, on TRUSS.
DAY, kunst 401 k, 1161, at 10 o'clock a. m , &Ilea
debt, title, Interest and inns Of 6tewart Dalton.
&anted, of, la and to all' then two certain lola of
wound eltkata Me Ifiltb."Ward of Pittsburgh.
bonus wick a hoot or 1J lest Da rean street, sod
cunning back 16 fin. went Or Ina, sad alolklng
property of Ito Dam of Henry 11061.e17, de.eand
Ono= lweolf; the belts of Jeln7, and. Panne
Solsode. whereon an *WNW thou tenor can buck
women: s. . •
full lolonmat'ou se to Win Of ante , . aybe
°bodge frost IllialiSALL IlltOW n, ttontokr...
at• Law, 10. 116 Finn stunt, fitt.bargh .
JAMS , ALLAY
J.2k31 .Nraciator of Hewett Dalaell, de d.
IWG NOTION. • . .
DIIKELVd FL/OCTAVOS BITTLUP.
i 15.41 01111n1IT PZUTtiItAL A LITIiAOT
dalid&P•111.411&. ' • •
il•Zlti'd ,RABdEII #ND I IXTILA
LION•Of SOAPS. • -
VINE tlllOlll. arraeorsi I4* Orating the
rum r weal i 11101 T WAEI
for melding Ina cane . Stl4 idiot da Idird3l be Fra
GEO. A. NEM% OFfriALIMIUG MEL
NQ'tio&—Thei nadersigned basil*
u lorehtool the oath.. stook Italia' lha kink op,
labile ad h ot J. G. JIOGIMIt. trdald Inseams
to h Id oaten and the pablio his' removal 'to
rear. USE Li f 4triot.ltual odte • s by J. 11. 1
Ifothiho,) aJatho sad amp** stook of Pod.
e.t . a' an d satin% limather lladlogs, 11.151 r,
talsam, qat bo tound..aad at billet :sta.
G. 111; AN DlpitlOD, 2co: ISVlllbprty str ee t.
INBiITIIIING-, PEOli - THE MDR
- LisP 'MATHIS VI eililee. IL . ,Cont bkillalli
amitond m p InQONS on ha /Mona Fines - bilevits
and good Wiese, OPiliGnaatios s • . lrEj. Nal mouths
Ito tams I *GI .otnitibuo to oinitlpt /11 1: , MAWR,
NIA'S conattnr lo 9ali and W in ' Wu' dri al tgaolota
la ittrodttolog Oho to sat bodiketil aoquidnuatang '
~- • 4. ItCIIIHIO.
July 24tbiltPis - - - I . IT2Sadi '
Norio Ord to th
1 1 29itc :Pe" .D . 4gis on Loa: s t i
rostot to 011 gpop MN= 11.3101mattpiar*
JaWat toj at Ono as Mu ottast,Oditi ht unbar:
Mort* Nitta tioltaatotoi "las 1614 Arm asd to ro.
adlOttelcaratk, J. PanULI. - :
JOLT Ist - ttlasa
dlrEir AD rEn TZSE.VE.V7II.
EXTRA QUALITY PIANO COVERS,
' N.. and teanttfalatpley Jost opened at the
NEW CA RPET STORE
K'FARLAND, COLLINS & CO.,
71 AND . 73 SRfli .711 LIT,
131 d • to the Pod Oeloe.
FLUOR OIL Cl,t2all i„ --Just opened,
one Ide sbeat of Ix st quality, al mooned, and In
good ceed.tioo to put down; new and &kind
paVetn, never tetra in at, learket, et the HIM
OA.P.PAT STORE of .
M'FABLAND, COLLINS &
MTH ETEI LET. tett door to the P. O.
FOR 8A LE'
100 000 SHINGLES
Alm), Ms beet FAMILY . FLOLTS, by the bartsL
Co.. Bauer and Stu Meld strveta, Kaacheitite.
DtBSOLITTION,:—Notioe is hereby
airm that the Etna of HEATH & ornuirds
was dintolved sn Betardoy, the 25th Lett. Alt thou
who .to Indebted to the ..me will please present
th.to to JOHN BETH, and those having elatms
150 .. 200
will present them tor payment. se he is the only so
thmised p.reen to ett,le the bosh:keen . .
5,000 Mt Sides;
3,000 tin Sugar Cured Cin. Dried Deaf;
30 halves ;Am do. 3 Iff..ektual;
20 'ibis new Herring;
26 Wares Lake Herring;
100 bores prime lhosoe,•
Tor sato by D. lOLZ ELT i ;IL
ST K A Y' E D—From Shaffer Ike
Drove Yard, on the 47th list TWINE
[COUSIN, two of them marked liritti the letter N on
the right hint the other a dark lion grey,6 years
rather thin la flesh. A liberal reward will be
given for any inbnnation concerning the above do•
mr.inci heron, if left at the *ONO aN 'IOUS IL or
80 A Y relt's DIOVE IeTABLE.
N I,VIGIi iLeduWto 'lv FAIL 1
AROMATIC BLUBBER!! CARMINATIVE,
TB 1101 . 11 . 0101( `Tit/1
DIBLZiTZItY, DIAIIBHY•, FLUX, MOLE /a
NONBUB AND DUNKER COMPLAINT
The Immense Wee testily to the merits of this
The 1111MITOIIII daily made of sato:Cahill aura
atlas It. value.
It has edvautegee over any other remedy, at cam
earth( the Wawa*, end imparting tone end strength
to the spasm.
Is eale sad harmless to the Infest, and powerful In
the adult rate.
To the spieler, espedally, tt te Invaluable, twins
preprbetely termed by theta, In may cortilloates,
"The Soldiers• Friend."
Mothers dad it impeller to any soothing urns fur
children teething, treed from the hilarious effects 01
ISABOOTICII, gives teat to the intrierer by remoeintt
Su'd toy n npectable dealers °numbers.
R Pr:co, 25 01N18 A Dorms.
PIZfASIZO ONLI Ii
Pas um. laoa, SAO.
Lima ...-....... .01.
Briar accepted the Array for the adeCef the
firktPlall riaa.Y, mined hear 81. Louie, so., l to.
rite the attention of Pima sod Steal Itionufacturen
to the Analyri given arm as reported by Profs.
A. A. BIM of Born. and J. O. Booth, of Philadet
ahle, whleh, torcherwith the trt of emu expert
roe by manufacturer to Pittsburgh, Cline Inasti
and Bt. Louis. determlase It to be the pars sod
mast valuable Cloy now known, whether Pore 90 at
emertean Pate made from It have stood I the
Ohms tuntace from 113 g to 9 months.
Ike nuairie to of - the Clay as taken trout the
mine, without way vadalnit or preparation what.
aver. 11 poneser great adhesiveness !sad 'restfully
cowman which are not thorn by the Analyshh and
whir admit of the admixture of • Large proportion
of almb or burned day.
1 aronow prepered to fill ,ordars for the above
Clay. to De 'hipped front Xt. Wale or . delivered lucre
FaAM FOR bALIN
001TAIIII.NO et ACEBIY4
under fano, and la a good state of cultivation.
the Improvements =alit of • now BRICIE DWZI.
LINO, mataislos. 10 rooms; large 7.114117. BABB
MART usuarolub e room; and good orchard
of young tree. COAL =du the whole farm. Blt•
site In Baldwin township about AV/ muss boa the
city. biqulr. of
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
S4Uhg Chap, at
WOLILLAND'iI AUCTION HOUSE,
Ife, 66 nrra MONT.
IvriLiashi A. WA' 1), DENTIST I
1 V Tionshair's Molding., 24 door, back; *Massa
Oa Lfberty street. Ware hours trots 9a. to. till 9 p..
in. In order to a proper soderrseding on ho part
of thope,who may can spa me, I deem It my duty
to doefluate some of that s common in the moo.
Main dmatlstry, '&141 do not da. In .. the. Ind
Pawl do toot Mho • day's dlt .to any one. Ido
not make cheap sets of moth , I do sot main" by
their milmotioa, sound, healthy teeth, In order to
lomat artliclat uses • Ide not. ist say futtonme do.
strOy the oennit of Lath, thereby, nadonag them
liable to• the most painful dismay. and their lady
tom the more certain. Thosw sod uumaroos othet
thtogo which I coati 'peony, 1d 1 mot do. In the
°boom of materiala Arouse for r hlii. the tooth, I
ntake but • hilted so el gold, esperforme hating
sated It Wet of all sfOutual is their prtectia.
non: la a llmte, howorer, looolotout tbs
of the moth, :I do sot tadtate to mat* me r a lr%
to ths'qualitY of Whip or plugs of Od, • sunhat
of width I tuaortod In the yams of •W• 42 an still
bearing test:may to my worstrassilalp, orwhops I
should too orofessloaal shill. or-
it 4 ANELOOD; ROW LOST I HOW
LELISINITO RSD I—Jost publish/de • Ito
Woos. Peke els seats. A lasdara fa
di this ISOM
TI.MkTaIIATAISHT AND VADICIAL OURS of
fiparautorrlosa foodnal Wears." Involootery
ftl.sions,:dszeal 'Debility'. ead m tropedlotette 4.
111441 & sieuerally;of 1441 Rental and Physical loiOassomptltne. ospfspity,
resaltlng from belf.absule. to. -11, RM. J. Wm,
kl. outlsor of tie green Nook eds. w A
Rom to Thoussad of Soffarers" Best ander seat;
In l plain unstop% to any address. yost.psid, co re.
ally, of alit mats, or two postage stamps. b 7 17t.
J. U. MS; 1517 Bowery. New Took. foss ook.
Sot Ides wNti.e.edimfor
LIXBOUTORS' VALK .OF lABAL kitt.
TaTlai=Wlll bo saki. on the prsakes, on
TOlll3Dalt, auSurtaltb; Dan, as o'clock p.
that certain SELL IiaTATIS on ilialtbestd street,
bstallaa fourth alid filth streets, bang pan of Lot
0.,3113, f Wood'a plan, on wklat ls erected ono
,throsataz brick b 611 d105,119, 000npkd as a dwell.
lug and 111.00 Iltori.by P. Slam.
Tenni mid, known on dop of gala;
JOSHUA, • 1
- *LIS a. au KU% I an " tm • •
bilie their Myst' drawn up by calbasfyou
T WALUS iliT,No:bo 11b4tril MR;
Oprodti Itizsbars 0110. 04141144
Aniarie Da.„.. •
iLL don'outhi dadquitt of 064, faits n*,ba
=tad procatie pototc , By cdostloolIWOU;
/225 Est d 004 5S Wood dont.
.100.07)./.1r, July 211 h, 1863,
ANOTHAR NW= =Di:INTIM AT
59 Market Street.
DRgEI S GOODS,
PRINTS, pm' and fast colors - 1.24.
Shirting Muslims, 120-
LACE SHAWLS, P(TINTS, MANTLES,
- AO., 819.
THOS. BTSEY, Grocer,
JULY 20ra 1 1863.
WM. F. DAVIDSON,
No. I➢l BZOOND UZI"
BAZLZY, rk,artxt,r, a 00.,
MACRUM & CLYDE'S.
Wo sra La racetpt of BMW GOOD,. Wight dying
L. prised drpreados in prior; and on affix Lo wkaille•
ads and Titan buyers, at YDOB LOWIS Bin/
THAN 11801,L, Imams miiortinta of TUX
ZING; TANGY 000 De and HOTIONA.
Mho,—W. aro doling Out, et rased prim, out
stook of 111:11111111131 TYIUTAB9, 15131111111 1 1Y•
irognitaT • GLOM,
SIIIMILiII /171tHIBUING GOODS, AA. to task*
room for our Tio purclionio
rr Ootintry Meteleati will Illoi our Wbokesto
['apartments well 'tooted with &l pale to our lin%
sad et prim ea low se say house to Me city or In
MACBUM ilk GLITZ,
Ti Wallin 6111111 T,
Ml letw•en Tooth street and Dimond.
L AW" '
B E AG ES.
BILLING MEET OBEAP AT
Aie 31361, - te•gr,
No. 21 FIFTH STREIT.
Er • till nook of DMIETICI AID
WPM% 000D6 =magi an band.
JOS.HOENEI A 00.,
77 AND 79 MARKET
Ars t• &Up ready!. ot
WU& day are moiling st
SMALL ADVANCE ON COST 1
And ars Ckalng out tbdr stook of
AT VERY LOW PIIIOEB.
Mr MEOW:PAU BOOM up stars.
NEW DARE CALICOS,
. NI. Burchfield's.
.11 MT 811011V111.
UNDLILtORED MUBLINS i
SHIRTING 13•110126 ;
Closing out at Cost, and Lou
Hubs Jut Mama from tha Ld,!ilia a stook
at NNW GOODS, In ddltba al; UN, dixicilniady
on band, pardon= will mad • no sisprtinsitt.of
A CIEIB T REDUCED PRII
To dos, oat our
To moil orarylig one our parties of our'itOlt.
tats: KOOK, wo bent doraudael ;
Redoes Polies to Such as.Potsst
as so oars tt am object with mama t to.agT.
Our stoic II sow Guns to. tank 160168 i. budgie'
hola MMi7 WO. Ir. in sks ta e: .
Intir AID imeniati4ii,.6ooliii
BY LION: so : Oat SOSisielel lOW t. 4 ac;t>ltoo
Sant ~SISSIUSSV Mai& SWUM
Ihreltuts mad Dealeis Rho bay, for Zuk
Will lad our prior so Om rto ras bol *dm
1711 -we. iv iniei erim
NSW GOODS, a ,
Num namana LID mow
n:RY-Ge• o Cot) eif
iadnoldflidalt- - _
watioT is oft%
maw, amonmadidier: ,
ion= ~• • '
laws TBIBICIUNIK-- ,
aID oancnip wontrzo '211.3#.1 ,
rat =ova. us. - snows atiitrati.
t Ltasuat a'arriall e ttt ,
lieskit int. reimak
'4 X.:lh . t!)
C" 40 4.05 1 * &kW, lOW PIM. ,C"
144 bat book
r sum. .2ole UM*.
aro DAr . , ,dsagust 3d,
mr tot ch. vest 00,11211 and only
'N''srriß„.E., - L,si
Vet II IN MINIM, ender the Fennel
IL IL C. fiIAIIPBXLL 1
pg, *Am MOTH
. OCIMPARY. baying enaclnnal
their brilliant teem at EU, NEW BOWERY ?FM •
A23ll.lffsv York, the moot manful me Sant
by say alladnit orgathatba In thi worlivtll gem,
u &Dm, t:' obott umaionly
Sarni full particulars no hens, Preitamiass.
FRANK , EDWABDia,
la/ANTED-4 iitilstrian, CLERIC'or
vv SLOISIEhtIf. by a piling - mon lib* Us, had
about lin yearilexpeehnoa In both wholesale sad
'Nall Voce* Imatiesit. Wein a' boob baud, and
lOW &We Ille b bh and. StOtatan. langualts Tart In.
antty. ' Weald Mb hhisilelt mains Instal In any
broach erChkeen.• satlshoossrliaraloal sal b
emu , now atoms .1. Liftmen. Orrice...
ANTMM-14 1 U & s lo7lln I—W S wane
IT /LAMS& 040 a month,' **pinata paid tc d =l
oai IllaarkWaa hears, Orkstal Etnnuni, and
calm am nista aid aarlons articba. Firma etr•
Wart oat inf. Adaa.
in _ •
yfiananarT maw a oi.aar..,PlaidoraJla
WANTIW.--475 norm 1-1 want to
MN Agents In ever/ want; at BM a mad",
anemia paid, to sell tay new caul Blitelty Barbi
itschtam. Adams, & MAMBO'',
4 UCTIOX WALES.
QIMiLL FARMS COUNTRY -
16„7 21T12t - AT HAZLZWUOD. BTATION...4bI
AFTLIDSOON, • Angus St* at 2
o'clock, will be sold, on the.ptineate, at Einleirood
ktatloa. on. Ow Connellirvilte italtooad,'ln poetise
toiroal4, the following. Tenons 'eked lose, rent.'
WO from the propetty late of Joel Pennock, sad
No. 2 b 12 scree4l bertha; No. 81a4awls OS
puctua No. 611 6 acisolla perdu; No 6la dune
perches; No. 7 fe2 etros_74l punkas; le 10 1
sores 110 pones& -
Moo, lets In 64. Bwirizwaldsell Plan—Bo. 8 del
acre 121 parchis ; 80. 7 la 1 oil 11/5 berthas.
also, Ms lot coittafaLag 2 two, adjoidng Ind of
Hon. Goorgo Derath sad brni, Piper.
AleN au tot 1/6qtatalug 8 urn _and US perdu%
on the public road, Ica/Slog tram. James Divan's
tGtoola) Dotal td the Ignited BM road, boondid by
ad& radii/ li. Whittaker and Charles D. Italy.
oleo, lota in Daly's plan, .adjoioing lL thaliasi
bola. 80. Iti 1 son lo reiottas t. Ito. 91a 1 eon 16
.nachos; No. 3ls 1 aria til birdie; No. 4 la 1 sae
• petobas; Ito. sart36 yoicloos• No. 6111 tiara
as wortluat'Zio:7 ; ld 1 son gorclies ; No. Bla 1
a Nonitstchntag Bite in • thik Mcnongskilit
-dear coital bet boat, sod contablog loses.. ;
to 'old amts, or In losiqtandtbe. This ptoporty
has about tuu Jades from flasistroad atadon, abed
ge the river; aujcintng 7aON • Witioa's riddance.*
Tbs.@ small mono, bats of -John°. Woods' tract,
ars ablated IMMO.* sow hundred .yeids of Badb
wood dation, and wed adopt./ bota for dollibtfal
coun i tg rallies ear, sad for rro/t. 888 vino poufs;
form wn p u
Shipprombal.before. the day of
Ede by calling on Thoituka iloritioa, tenant on do
tang, or oa J. G. Wads, at the Gleba Rotel Plias
can be seen oat
the preateiii or aeliio Auction Boma!
64 NUM street., or nt the dice stilobb • MISIOCOD•
nlamond abut, or M, Ilwaaturaldar's °Soh
llama or Oats —Onialcwethicialil balance is
two and throe Jean, wilthiatateek
AU puma dolmas of attaaillas the axle will be
taken tne of °hank lot tib . papaw a
testa witl lemitwe Pittabargb A cleasellryllie l t e r.
&pot, owner of bait Btu" atolOthe ltuneapbela
l ow, at ljj eolith iv se:Armagh on day of Id%
two uafoe settilieto pltehltritOtale- 'Mint as
sod o'o oelt.• - -
• sal DAVIBA IioILWAINSI. Amen.
Av./kiwi /1111/1.13AL...4113. IU.KODA
WAX?. 4ablut lib; etlo o block. on Ile lona
lately ettoopbod by W. W. brodallow, S lathe ham
Allnalkeur Ulq *boat bolt r mbe i °rib of Skokie,
ropo.Wolki end hula robe sot fdiatoops Tar.
ern, on the Datobars Etta flank Bond, will be sold.
thine end vow, .o Lrpcemortcent of
forating imolentents td root viiitty, outdating of
Witgobs, Plobs,listross, - Hubris, do; °wig%
Daily, Boring Wagcn. bungle anC DOOMS flarnion..ti
bleigo, Qua abolur, Writ tirlad.r. I:RW=4 Banos%
Bridk. Soda* ito4 to latabrcratioty, topther
ono • large lot of liodebhold.fare too tedious
to mulattos. TAU to ii:vgy for puma
Cablig Domino. u Mack "to be sold it lune,
std In star blatluillblir condition *bugaboo,.
• NG 'irrillißlZON. anctloiser.
- ...T. A. 11801.11L1641511. adontaino, ail
-011.1Lnroxif Utit* LUMINA: A.Utfrillei.
nATIIItDAY- 4041004908, Awed
im.s wawa, whit be sold.oa „tap onmiseatollo
Bo ti of bbeineburp 'the , folios's' valuable
balding lona anionenelneatAke• SWIM of !Mali
Owl emit sad Melberg anu s nearly oppodtetba
rialto ectdol Howe 1 • ;
Ono lot V test 9>sthat fronton blab Mail steed
mart Mooing bask 90 let *bog Inalberry elk,. •
/no adkleiag lots, cash 12 Net 3 Inches to at ad
Beath Moil, ntoeit, and reiging front 61 to 15 bit
bideptb: - •
The lot% ink 90 feit,froat on Middle stead, and
itte4lng beck 1001 let, to the nec of above late.
one lot at the goner of adept end South Snail
0910“ Irani on *561. attest, and sy.tendiso
along Gaud etfett,69 fat 0 Inches.
bugs eofelelog lots, eel' to feet front on *1)1 6 WMI6 end ottanatog Not 59 B)fi Whoa
Peribotor ittentioa et all dittoing pod pooped ?
st :blirafrainut cell.! to, tidolftles et It will be
liana Or Iligie4tie :1111ri . I 'aiek% flu
• a bonus GmnatCloffetv. ++2 I/
1 .. liziad appps; ,
I .. isokettli. '-', • '' '
11 _. 8 . LW Berciig ;
6 Dazes Ghealcaltlll.• Saig:
3 .. . Palo Yellow Boap; i
9 . .. 'Clxibiinatt- . do; '. .
6-• 44 ttoraptehig ' , 40;'.. ++ '
19911 au+ no Win.;
3 caks Old WardMandl 7, t
1. . '
• 6 .4. IMAM= Boinisi
. I + ... +Mar olths West . ,
0,40299 Ibracli•Ppop+o4 11witird;
4 bb/s. MS and•D_g_Tobika9;
AD iron 191011011tatalisiq , -
90 dozen Mea1aut.:14949m1;.1.1
, a ~., 0911.9 *Mg, _ ,
3931 4 • ' - DAY:IIS*-114ILW111111. Aucentr
'T OliblißliT IMO Wl2ll*-MAOLUNAL
-416 LITVIIIFLYIIIOIIIING, As bit, M
edomitivin r 014.. el Am Commercial IMMI
Macau, Mo. 6fi 111th stnit,lbrea azoilleat
kieliadluton• fond Vlty. with
llsidara Sopisid -ono 11.( Smith's IlloOk
, Illimildne ! wish Mina's
tDAMS A NoLLWAM„Aisonni.
WILN/1 11.401. 1 UrAV, 14141.11.1111.1111.04
ORD Mir -110111111111, upit lit, it 11
'o'4l=l4 will b 201 4 1 1 13 b•Ma has HAW.
114.1111121.`irthisq_aut . Tors ajiperß# T oaten Hanoi
11 31 411 1 dmilAMollailwipik.
- ..; . 14-If/11 dome
4 Meil4W4llNl. Mmethe.
AvgiaisOt o t4 Ti we*. win be
comisieroas Was Roma, t.h strat i
+Ha stobUTlibstsa PressOallittils also tog Book.
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pUBS/AN - CiEB. •
1 1 / 1 0r. IgitAZl/ROOMS.
414201111 *Mit/ ovtell Imola Stared.
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