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WEIiNESDA.Y! . itoltirliki, AUG.
"The Velma state C eeee smolt.
As alit telliappoiated; the Union State
Convention was to meet in this city on the
let of Juli; bat owing to the tact that
moat of ihiedelegities were at that time al?.
sent in the acerb* of_their amen, aiding
to.drivs the rebel invaders from the Mate,
'the 'Central Ce — matittee held a Meeting in
Philadelphia, on Wednisday„ /tun
and calling P. Fitasna sum; 1! . .q.; to thit
Chair, (General ,Msisba being oasioicts.
bly abeent,) passed the following reiols
fikoolvd. That la — tbe rent ildmermor "Ws
my detonates to the Union OW, Oossention ate
0 , 0 0 to Witter, eon*" and omhot be present at
tae Ines , lnn mycdatad to be held at Mtge. lib, on
the l e t of Jay nu' It ladmtated torpetllaat to pat.
paw the ticarentdon until Rothmeier. the sth day
o r • arm mat, at It o'clock a. IS to busby
Pitr n " "t it that 11 l
ORO. W. lUAtIRPyT Reastary.
PituDix.rauosnio $1 4 111131.
In nocOrdatme with thin resolution the
Corcieniion ttli uiedible in title city
the - day alms! named, 'and - will hold its
meetings in ,Concfert Hall, which has been
engaged for that purpose by the Committee
of Arran genies ts. ,
AL tdrting Word to the Coatentloo•
The delegates to the State Convention are
now amongst us. Before they proceed to
do their dray, we have a word to say to
We had reason to believe that Governor
Omni, toterithetinding his ostensible
withdrawal, Iris $ sailidate for re-nom
ination, and confident that he would be
We felt aisured - that he could not be
elected. We knew that he ought not. It
bowie our duty. therefore, to sound the
alarm, sa d endeavor to save the party, if
We'have endeavored to slum that he Jai -
posed upon the soldiers, by farming them
oat to his friends, and then denying that
he hid employed them.
We hate exhibited the record to estab
lish the foot that he had approved a bill,
soknowledged by him to be wrong, which
.robbed the Treasury of many millions of
money-thetas the condition of this appro
val, he had taken an agreement for the
State, which he abstracted, and secretly
surrendered to the parties who had given
lt—ind that when interrogated by the
Legislature, he confessed the foot, and of
fered as his apology, II reason whish is
shown to hoer been untrue.
We have demonstrated the fact that he
bargained away a Republican United
• States. Senator, for the consideration of an
adjournment, and the discharge of the Com
mittee, appointed to inquire Into the means
which: had been used to procure the passage.
of that bill.
We have charged that he was unfriendly
to the war policy of the Adminietration,
and proved tt not only by lialleasage in
relation to the arrest' of trailers, and his I
conduct in illation to the firaft,lnit by the
character of-the men whom he has retain-,
ed about him.
We have shown that the efeet of his pol
icy has been to break down the power 'of
the Republican party of this State,'and that
even those who merely 00-operated with him
in the Legislature, have been placid, almost
without exception, under the ban of the
And we have inferred from all this—
without referring to other matters—that
his nomination would be disgraceful to the
party, and his elealieni impossible- 4 e the
general desire of the Copperheads that we
should take him as our ,candidate, proves
It, to be, in their judgment, as well as ours.,
• All this we have been oompelled, by the
necessities of the cue, to do, in, order to
save. the cause from irretrievable ruin.
We would rather have avoided this, if it
bad been possible. We have kept these
things in the back -ground, lathier than run
' the risk of crippling the State Administra
tion, or driving it bodily into the imbrues
of the enemy, to which we feared its ten
_ deludes were ovevstrong already. We
, thought It wise - to make the beet of s bad
bargain, so long awe could not help' our
selves. When the same man was, however,
presented to us anew; as a_ candidate for a
second term, it became our duty to speak .
out before the .mischief was enacted, and I
.316 have done so, In language as moderate
as .the facts . would bear. And yet even
then we would rather have wet our ob
jections, it it had been ,possible, C. taken
the weakest mat, aid - the Ida est of our
personal enemies, thin run the risk of dis--1,
turbing the harmony of the party, at met
a time. It was dear to its, however, that
with such a candidots, it was impossible
for auto suiceed: * We eionld be beaten, at
any rate--se our pest experience has dem
onstrated--and as it could not make mat
ters worse, it wen worth' at least the trouble
• to endeavor to prevent it.
And now we ask of the members of the
Convention to tell.us calmly, whether, with 1
the fees before them, as we have shown
them to be, there is one constituency In
Penwhants, that witlid have recommend
ed, or instructed for bim—and whether
these heat, dePending mainly lapin the
. record, anilinsontrovertible of course, wan
• be now successfully sorioesled from them?
We ask them *gain, who there are among
the eminent speakers of this .State, who
enjoy the confidence of the people,thstwill
venture to meet this! Issas, with the very
— Moo& tioonfoluld theme.We do not know
a man, of any position or force In this
county, at all events, who would not feel
himself personally compromised, by under
. taking alabor so herculean as this.
:The question then comes at last, whether
there are any of the deleptes inclined
to the, support of . Cooed, who would con-
elder is triumph sow, as more important
than 6 triumph laths slatia, sad a ufli.
.0104 iiiiienaittioi fir a defeat it : that
ibini r --or Who would be willing to iitake the
result npon 'it .doubt? •Iflt bs trot, so
= &Feed, that he i n sistion playing di part
of the dog hi the manger, and Vietrilleing
. the torty, of which, It is Bala, he blainlb in
. be the builder; to' bliiiiilf, is theii ~iny
mss. 111 the -_Oonrentita who - will allow
himself to be used fa ath s purpose?
, ~:,,pthekle-to bi ;Sinai by it fot the adult!.
Op O r ally body but the rebili and
. We have stated mete than once—iiiid We
canna ISieitille4 : _ ofd:-Shat whataa
,DM b ete ofb# 2 it,s4 9030414 11 , ma
4‘etiter tight or wrowg,thefeeling against
so strong, that we could ne more control it,
even if we were so disposed, then we could
stem the torrent of Niagara with our
hands. We might ruin =rubies by vivo
eating his election, bat we couldn't help
him. It is not we who are responsible for
the isiistenes or oilgisi of that feeling. 'We
mica it only, and hays but thrown onr
ogres into the current, whiph wee flowing
me rapidly before ve undertook to fathom
or direct tt
There were goorkasen here who doubted
nlB6O, whether he could be trusted, and
l'efilitifto vote for him, end yet this county
gave him • majority of about 6400 votes.
Less than a month afterward, it gave Lug-
Omar 10,000. With • stronger man then
eosins, there should have been 8,000 at
lout With an unexceptionsi candidate
now we are as strong as ever. With GOT.
we doubt whether It could be car
fled at and those who reflect that his
conduct at the session of 1861, brought in
• Demoorst even here, at the election which
followed, Will realisethe mischief thstsuch
It is not this county 'only, however, in
which it is imiirtant to make the machine
run smooth. There will be like difficulties
elsewhere, and pent:duly in those coun
ties where the strength of the Republican
party lies. If he should be trisafsd, it
wilLnot be by the votes of those districts, '
which will be expected to elect him. It will'
be counties like Berke, we supposevithat
are to be cast as make-weights;lato the
scale. Would it not become them to rei
ied, that if they want us to n do the work,
they mist put us into. a condition to run
without weights? Are not even the pro
joefices of our people—ifthey choose to call
them so—to be consulted ? If they can
find ► man who is free from objection—and
we are in a bad condition, indeed; if they
cannot—what' is their duty as men—se
patriots—aslovers of their country? Row
can they, excuse themselves for ineisting—
from mere pride or self-will—on one of the
opposite kind, who is knowd to be appals- -
table to say respectable section of the
party? We shall page their patriotism by
the wry in which they deal with the diffi
m(lty. With men of the heroic stamp—
men suited to the timet—it can prove no
serious diffumity st all.
The Rehread of Crime.
The accounts of the surrender at Port
Hudson inform tts that General: AIIDELERS,
who was deputed to receive the surrender
of that poet, magitanimously refused to ac
cept the sword of the rebel General, because
he had defended it bravely.
The propriety of this compliment wilibe
batter understood, when the public is , in
formed that this same GAILDIAIIt was an
officer in the Regular army, who, without
even the grace or decency of a resignation,
dishonored his sword, and pointed his con
science, by abandoning his flag, and going
over, without ceremony, into Use ranks of
of the rebellion.
The effect is just thin—that the 'mina
, drel, who is doubly dyed in perjury and
treason, instead of having his sword broken
before his eyes, received from the Govern
ment he betrays, a commendation for the
stoutness of his resistance to the armed
police which has been sent to capture him I
If he has deserved so well for his unsuc
cessful villainy, because it was obstinate,
what reward would have been great enough
for him, if he had succeeded in betraying,
or capturing our *nay ?
It issnovel way this of repressing crime.
It an officer of juice were to deal in_like
manner with a burglar or murderer, it
would be thought • little strange. There
have been so many things, however, oftliati
sort, in the amuse of the war, that Maar
alone no remark, and is really looked gpori
as something rather creditable. It has
sosetimes, indeed, occurred to us that tree
son, too, as a general thing, wag oonsidered
much more respectable than the homely
and old fashioned virtue of loyalty. Ithes
never, at all events, occasioned any par.
ticular revolt of the moral sense, or inspired
any very intense feeling of horror amongst
us, notwithstanding the mischief it has
produced, or the. atrocities with which it
has been accompanied. Our fathers had •
different idea of it. Doesany body suppose
that if Antrout had been taken in arms,
after a desperate defence, he would have
1 earned any thing by it but a pair of hand
-I[cuffs, instead of the restoration of his
1 sword 1
The sags of Wheatland" dismissed lie
rebel ambassadors as honoralde men. The
traitor TURSTAIL .1/115 Mit to the Bedford
Brings on his parole of. /actor t General
Bccrrr senthis kind regard a to Bt►uJEQARD;
land oam Asinziegi affirmed that• Las was
a pattkman. It the highest crime known
to the laws, is no stain upon the reputation
of the perpetrator, where is the moral
sense that is IA Ladd in putting it down?
Why visit petty larceny with social °stmt.
nista, when treason, and murder, and pa
, jury, are the highest passports into decent
EXPORT says that CMS= wilt SLATS for
s nomination with • view to its effect at
Washington, and then decline.
We object to fuse indonementi of this
sort. It ii 11DjUlli to the Administration
at Washington, that they should be imposed
on in Gas way. To use a Eitate.Convention
of intelligent Republicans Ind Union men,
for such a pirpose, is what, we trust, they
will not allow , to be done. If Gov. CO/Tl3
has any merits to recommend him for a
foreign mission, let him stand on them.
- - -
Om. Banks has assigned hie Corps
d'Atrique to garrison 'duty atPort Hudson,
and two Other positions on the Mississippi
river, Young's -Point, opposite - Vicksburg,
and _Selena,' in Arkansas, have negro gar
risons, in each cue aided by white soldiers.
It. is a very useful service to which to put
the , blacks of the Mississippi Valle7—the
keeping open of the river which their mas
ters - closed, and which the chivalry stW
threaten 'to abut up by, mesas of artillery
and guerrillas. Forty thousand of them
would be sufficient to garrison and hold
every military point from Cairo- to Alt
Base, and picked bodies of cavalry
would keep down the gcerriilas. Being
already emlbnated AWL inured to hardship,
they will be more available*, service in
this section than Berth.= whits, soldiers,
who, in anise of time, 11001 'indotibtally
suffer severely from the febrile end other
Aesarrilitema thatragili the liwlands bor.
lining the Lower Mississippi , But wbile,
even at prank the negio.miliments mu, be
Pur employed 3n service such us this,
wouldit beeswell net to Zeros them Wis.
esischtsbel7 into thrmorepribms Military
' until t ime acid discip li ne ban Q2*
te n that Milli:4lla and sitelliles'of - the sol
dier. On smug moutons lately they
been pet to tests which they are not
into Is Het i .elr ' . • -
Tli• Niw York correspondent of the '•
0 WIRER t•Tialir.
Christian Work, a monthly religious peri- ' r ,
odleal, published in London, speaking in
the July number of • the laterebelGeneral
Jackson, UP,: "The death of General
Stonewall Jackson has been hes* of with
deep regret by all right-minded men."
There is not • rigki-minded man in the
country but rejoices in the death of this
arch-traitor, whose memory should be
allowed to rpt. He was never anything
better than • religious Wattle, perhaps a
fatalist. From the outbreak of the rebel
lion till his death he madereligion "a cloak'
of maliciousness." His heart was a very
volcano of treason, and he sought every op
portunity to belch forth its fiery eruptions
for the destruction of the very go4ernment
to which he,owed so much. Who bad died
penitent of the horrid sin and crime of re
bellion, which the good Book declares "is
as the sin of witch-croft," and should be
punished with death‘—if he had given any
' evidence of coroinnotion fir being the
means of destroying so many innocent
' lives, who were set for the defence of the
government and the country, then right
mindedrnen might have expressed their re
gretn‘his death; but as it is, his death is
• Metter of the profoundest gratitude. We
,nelrk believed in the mosim,4 enortuis nii ,
nisi bouts, our motto is, de =Mit nil nisi
vertu et konerabile.
Who is this copperhead correspondent
who tills • whole column of the Christian
Work with a glowing eulogy of 16 rebel
general upon whose head there lies the
blood of so many of ear brave, noble and
loyal sons? We know not. But one thing
we do know, he is engaged in • very un
christian and unitatriotle work when be
writes so about. Stonewall Jackson. We
expect to learn from the same pen, at some
distant day, that every „ right-minded”
man has heard with regret of the death or
the leaders of, the rebellion and the New
York rioters—Jeff. Davis, Horatio Seymour ,
and Fernando Wood—a glorious trinity,
with the biographies of whom to embellish
the pages of the Christian Work/ •
The Effect of the Emancipation
PrOCISIBRIIO3 I .
The following is an extract from a letter
received by *Georgian, now a resident of
Boston, from • fellow-Georgian, a resident
of New York:.
'New Yoa; July 22, 1868.
"The exodus from the Borah, you once
predicted, has fairly set in. Every day
almost some new face drops in. They gen
erally come from the upper part of Georgia,
and seem glad to get here. I knew of six
gentlemen who are here from one place.
One of them saya the Emancipation Pro
clamation of Mr. Lincoln struck. Jeff. Davis
the hardest blow he baa reoeived. Ile says
it has caused a large reduction in the
Southern army by desertion, more so than
the people ot the North have any idea of.
He says the poor white people are deter
mined to fight for the negroee no longer.
They have no interest in them, and look
upon the war as one brought on by dams
gogues and slaveholders, to ride over the
rights of the poor white peope. He says
he has heard repeatedly the soldiers say
openly, they would not any longer fight for
the d—d niggers and their masters. The
upper part of Georgie baa but few slaves,
anyhow, and I suppose the people titers
think more of their own comfort, and lees
of the rights of the slave-owners, than in
the low country. I was surprised, how
, ever, to hear from this old resident, and one
' who is a lose observer of events, that the
proslamat c ion tended. to divide the people of
me South rather than unite them. The
effect, doubtless, was different on the sea
board, according to information from as
competent judge!' there, but Cherokee
Georgie, like Tennessee, has always been
for the Union, and now grows more and
more so, as they suffer from Jeff. Davis'
despotism. This is the cheering sign- The
pound sterling was worth $46 in currency
—gold, $1 for $B."
Order euppreemegileoel Depreda.
The following is the order recently issued
by the General in• Chief of the army for the
repression of guerilla outrages on the line
of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad.
Ws find it incorporated in an order from
Gen. Howard to his command, consisting of
the Eleventh Gorge:
TISTRUCTLONS 210 X ras CIZMISAL-IN•onar.
The numerous depredations committed
by citizens, rebel soloiens in disguise, her.
bored and ooncealed by •oitisens slung the
and Alexandria with.
incurlines, call for prompt kid exemplary
punishment. You will, therefore, arrest
'and confine for punishment or put beyond
our lines Seery citizen against whom there
is sufficient evidence of his having engaged
in thesevractinesryou will also notify the
people within ten miles of the railroad
that they will be held -responsible in their
persons or property for any injury done to
the road, trains, depots or stations, by oh
item, guerrillas, or persons in disguise,
and in. case - of such injury they will be
impressed as laborers to repair all dam
ages. if these measures should not stop
such depredations, the entire inhabitants
of the district of country along the railroad
will be put across the line and their prop.
erty taken for Government use.
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The hulloes be confined hi
OD if limit.tioa,
ReleP, by wham ell witi
&mend' dente or
dram the Late aro win le wil
Fl F. RUDD,
HI /HOLLIS S. WADI
tort Pitt rourdry. July Ist. 18 3 1,11340 u
rp LIE .I)BAFT.—.I . anon' who aro draft
ed. who net mititha to exemption kw WWI
Old doe ttio the Onantiption fiat of lime& LIMA
or who wbh to ho rollitrodtit* payment OW,
from Al. peewee draft or with to proem. a onitetitate
to tato UM, &NI awing ihi tow, will Ina' It Jetta&
edewitege to ant oa oe lam (alb Protossid with
blanks, We. J. Y. InOttaiGli.
No. Fourth strut, near tiattthaola sung
UST bIiCEIVIID ' ..
6,000 lbs. 51101,
5,000 lbs Bbaar Owed Ota. Dried Bast
S 0 halves Lew No. II Dikekesel ;
40 tble tenelferting,
x 5 balm Lake Hanla,r,
100 born rims Lbw*: •
for sal* by LD. El I+49.lillruti. 18 Mason&
NOTION TO CONTIIAOTORS.—Fro.
poss . ' will be resolved onto the thle ATICIUbT.
1103, at du Oleo Of tee undeceived, In the Motet
Buildirg, loi nee Grading. Paving and &Ulan with
Curbs ors. Norton gnat. Iron the A. V. B P. on
Bayer Wad, so the Pennejlvanta B. B. treopeort.
Medan or tlakar'e Loading t rirbdona required
joikti roe etouLnY. necorolow wen •
PO bash prin. ba4es Pescho;
4 bblx, hest ism.
- *LOU IA picked Hatter. fes4so
50 boxes Chseas Omen;
2000151. ride Buren; '
Received Is mom and for tab by
a - t 9 11 bILWL,R No. LC Liberty attest
nYULVthU Asi 3 1.1.!1nET.3.
Pear PlLP•Maillr, July 13 um
The Dan Department wiltoattl the afirz DAT
OP to-GUST, rethlre propthitione Ire the onastrao.
ltun asi orrotton on band a vessel to he built at
the Portammtb. 0. H.,lkaMi., Hew Trak sod Phil
adelphia Dav Tara. wo revolving turrets and
two impthgua y
ble e m o t e t
plpm, With psilop tor
1 as internal diameter of the garrets to be 24 feet,
height II (set 6 incites, Waimea 16 lathes: to be
composted ef tea separate thane of plate 4111,
wrought iron dabs labored Detween las ease.
he pilot hour on each hard to be 8 feet inter.
ad diameter. 6 feet 6 inches high, 12 pees thick.
combotad of plats Imo. •
1 he tune. engines end gear foe
.fauna the el :moment of the turret, the gas elides
mid terraria, port stoppers and'hther Internal sr--
reagents:lu to be of the emu general clisrac'er es
the donnas chum of revels. The impregnable smoke
pips to be in this-Metall inottes, oommeedwf plats
iron; !maids dimwits/6%1m1, lad height shine Ow
The prepooltion mutt imbues all the above tea-
Herod -ink. Libido; the brathig of the thrrets,
and state the met alto the time which the
wadi fur earl toed will be complektiwithin, oa beard.
and ready kr session
1 lie (buena phut mu be tthatir.ed at the efficts el
the asctor of bon-clad [basket% 266 thinal et.,
" The PVCSMILb mast be Indorsed on the outside
..Proposele lievorrialt Tarritst" /WO t he y oat
to dlotioknlebklitaes other lottan. se rater
OUT 1 OUT I OUT] •
IIZAUT AND OUObS. Dy Dm Upbeat
OLD &Dill JaILED
Makin Ostia sZYTAINS.
TEI AISZBIOLIS FIBTILNA, enna 186t01853.
THE MAD BONTSII (11e ea Dim Ncera
WILD ID LIND /
TIM LII6IIWAIKANIS BUIDIL
JOHN P. HUNT'S
Wholama szl. real,
Poi, Saw, lagaime sai tiffs brim,
MASONIC It Sib, II? STRUT
FILL YOUR PROTOGRAPRII
60.000 CARD PHOTOGRAPHS,
(NMI Oat UOLLAIR & VOSZN
AVM :OWL ApiD A0T91114.
Ku AHD WONINEI
tuts Fannies , Atm w.sonkviews.
lit only $1 • dawn. or 10 Goats *sob
BOOR, 5141110111113 1 t AND 213118 MOI.
rim morn, orpoorra 7111 P.O
sor A Wt. 1.PP17 at PHO'ZOOiaPHIO A 4
aura alwsp ou tuu!d.
laip NEWS MAGNETIC OIL still holds
ID. Motet= 11 bu ea M of Whig
'optics to 557 olb poto-oarrt or Itslobrot Immo.
an a ais to poolthroly mortal that
APO. Booodlo Oil sera Jilmosiios;
Mar Mope& Odium, &bed Alsotkow;
bwl' lbserbo OU cam b
Sloora Sigoolio Oil woo liss mi egt ol ;
Bias lilleriatio Oil torsi 01005155 4 row;
bare 11•0040 Oil sr a tiormit Broilootr;
oar. marsive 00 arse Froirod 10 , 5;
Alopitio Oil cerro 5.05 Wowsd.ri
I . Magma* Od - e
Ant. wrioileVam we
or rerse i ne jock;
00 arts ,Nomase Alletioss•
Swift llsoorrio (A outs !anode and fort‘ssP;
rPodily opproOlog.l7. sod Pr ill ILoulltip sat 11.
Julio war D. oonalhtoel tbo "lc
*MhnA la mod."
.04 Oorom , fourth dad psl tht .t..4ll.
COUNTRY .11031.114.—Boantiful situ;
slims for Ocroutry Heats in , rg. In WORT*
tow 101 1 p, Oblo t swesblp. rad &Mato Borragh
atl Mon Ws an with% Oat Matsu. es of 01114.41
Os qr. Pitisburib, fart Volvo • übb.o o Salm*
['Katmai Jain*, old PAN BaUdirg.
LI panto trill 6.tecolnd at once st Ott on
donfgood, ta lb* Motto% italtalag. ant , l AO/ 1 M
Inf, teal. tar Out grans( sad bolsi of Oaralby.
salmon !In sad Ekon strata,
anlttd Olean rosuirr. D• 0 *wawa.
s9.oo72 lala d ir p. isi lat4 7 tr i po liter
...$ two story fruto .d woUtog Imam itabhr sad
two tots o wround.csoti SO toot trout by .140 400 p,
ma eV. sitatt‘ot wenn of allsoo and Maslen
Moots, Illanottestay-,goOtto of
a I M:"li"Mili*. Oo olio
r r I ' 21° ' ! la rg e
fot ago Yu, low to 0100. •
ISAIAH DIMS , OM.
- , Water * stmt.
IMT. • APPI7 I t 'wai ver emit
Bli.TrAtc--',l eroo prim frostx But.
• Pi/4 rvatve4 tinigiriwitid. 1.., taly&
, 211 to.
Natatish.— ' hods (*whop Idus,sx - .
Wand 'Si Ibe 'AN =
• .1 al9ved Ili flowed atersii.
/00 - WAS. ILIA MOO. row Phil
AND ORIZEILLTIID 11110 AS se mini
ad tor . ado by LISTLi %MIR idll„
- 1H sad 111154beed sheet.
- X :01
WI SIMMS OS 1110 , d .. 111 1 a 11.10
ISAUS WAWA .
11.7 wittingly P. S.
ant L I MB :swam
--- - -
StIBROW ERIE 3,
J. M. Burchfield's._
The eke% Is claming oat et snursaLly prior.
TIMM ZIII'D MM. worth $32 fa-$5
re. oousaa, worth K for Km
NULL ILID3, for half ride
HH BEOIDICSID B• IILTS,Ie: hat knee.
J&001SIT 110011-159 i
Do 1881841 NW;
MUILID WinTEIBLEQUIII, half ides.
WRITS %MSS OUSTING;
AI lb. *look of IR SROIDIRIXB
dosing oat, now 118 do Woo ,o got
JOS. BORNE k 00.,
77 AND 79 INARKEIT WI.,
Which they me ■mni I a
SMALL ADVA.IO/1 ON COST
And de dating out thole dock. of
AT VERY LOW MOSS.
MAIM 11631111 sm state%
SMILER DRY GOODS
TIMM BSBAGIB. 12T 1% 20.96 2114 510.
PIING= LSWHB, fat Golan, 1 8 5 V.
(MULL= from DM. *p.
LIGHT DRIBS GOODS. from 100.
A taw latch bnjbt leDlll3lOlO.
largo variety of oar Dian. BILKS.
YAG(Gf VAN NIELS, for Army Meta.
Stlitillltt SHAWLS, Tory chap.
81111a1114 asogyza and lIMATLIS, reduced.
A not lot of dateable stades of ALPLOOMS.
$B °X' Wa
= 21 FIFTH f3TIASZT
ear Kezebants niP
W gth to sutt.
59 Market (Street.
IMS, good . and fast aeon • 129.
shirting Muslims. 12°
LACE SHAWLS, Pourrs,,MINTLNI,
We ants turnip' IIW GOOD& bxlikt dada,
risald 4 ll yam§ prim. ss r on oft 113 viol&
_l. aust toho barank;st lIIION,LOWiII
TWOS MAU Imailll6lll , Mid of Vag
EMMA PANCIT GOODS sal stomp,
♦ro,r.Whw Ilisdag oat, st radioed rim, GO
Nod of 11111111111 MUMS , . sums Wit-
BZOIDIMIS. MUIR swim a GLOM
struxia rusinsmito goose, so.. to mos
fools be Emilia Imsdlisma.
nor Oosatry Itareaulaia tad oar 1111olaamb
rwrUkaara wit staakaa atilt all gears b tar lbo,
ai pica aa kiat am argf lama la era rail la
. , taus= a @Lint.
TS KAZIN? MUT;
1 *mime Toarra strapt sat taaama.
AT REDUCES PRICES
To Mid koolTtai ow sal too*n oot BUIS
Sitt Maio. boooOotoomboil to
Rahn* Priam to iitidia Point
Oa will sato n oa obbosl l llth Innr•
Oar door Rao, Wu fon. boob }trawl* bath(
boon !Moly raid. Ws ors oko fa dim isollpt of
NEW' AND DESIWILE GOODS
7 .m orposs, oo
do" ouloots orko pato as gaging
ovoutabig to our ft&
Ilerfluutts ud wito bay for Cuk
wro ikad ?at Pacalai low r ti io llads t a ltaell.
EATOZ.PM" al 41 44 .7,
- - -
puma ItAusatues rmQ &ft Ptor
35 /Waal &rod. Allplrufs Clty,
• I Angus; & 1333
O.EXEMPTBD FROM DitAkT.—Tn
sorordsuoe wbb wdors. 1 publish no
$oO 11.1 .t Noreen , easseptei Ircm ere ten Woduso
s ay, Joy . 9 1963, by tt• Band of Tusolbrous to
thb lth the tissotirOf tholr astamptitis
or ass= or arum PAID. O.
Jams B tttLLfteo. 4th wad, A..logbroy
Normal e 5119. Pbeler tp. Aneebsily ea.
fb art. •peng. Ebel.? tr. Antibes, eo.
Doi Mrio. 3d ward, Aluibtul
Jobs schkptr,sl wad, Allogbasii
Wit Boas% line 15, Arastrosi as.
fire' Buspaoubstuor„ libkhisinstas tp, era co,
JassaiXolials7 Brady" Bend tp, r teleran so.
Mantel 31 4WD, &Iva& slithlasydty:
ICLaItENZD er 111711010111 AND 1T.71011.D.
Willem 13 btu, 4th laathooss
. 41 entett.
totlou; InuAtialte ras-
Gottelb at, 54 ward doubt* ingutnal hunts.
3.0 b 3.1.110b,b, 34 ward, isialsolliorsdr, itgat
m Garduar. Ed ward, lap Ina/Inn/a.
ea:, soya, 3d ward. organ/a-dhow of hart.
Jabs 11, wsoch, 3d ward. rarldall bonda
woo P otrna4 ward IMO ot swab
Jetta Battaer, Si ward, oaks of latrrtud tones.
of war, • • . .
Barnhart Wayw rn , Ed ward, Itha ot teeth.
Jobs Oster, S. ward. cronle Caere of heart.
Jacob tdgmtni, 31 ward, defacttve tight of the
Jabs Babb. 31!Ward, defartlre stiht of right - ma
Saaadter Ertteher. SI aranfoorotal hunha
Jamb aroma - 31 ward, =total horata.
Bobcat. Zia% 31. ward, frnetare St braes ot *es
'dab goods goi
21116 1863 s
R' - $ 9
B 0 NO, V 11,
WWII GAD nuoiss
RAM, Milli/JIM" . MD CRIBAP
LAWI. WABOT a op.'s;
'unit aril yogis:so suns.
MAMMY II a
- TS Nedra sit.:Sa.. Towns I; Dismood:
G our cLipaP;
- winds icsugrE 9.14:44,
Vir 1441 aselSisa 'ad
file . _
7f Motel sts bet Tow* it
John INliniment, ss wik=4..plusn.
was, irso luiv mat maim= limaans. I
John lotsarg• - , as Irita, Aufsbenr.c4T• Wit- I
umpa—Jobr Lalea lean nelelbry. -
Inman Belem 4:1 van; Ausisau city. Wit.
apse—Balthener Tema, i 4 Nen. , • •
Ample help. ad nud, *lnitial oily.- it Mem"
—Motu" Illlsma Y rohnaieter. -,' , .
' Nlalness febralee 9Antrel, *WOW 01t7,..
neten—Cbrlstien it rimer, llneecedby4 o .
Gangs Nall. PI mad, Allegany elty,;: .Wltiousee
Sao. Alm, Wm Andean. .
Adam BMW 3 / 1 1ard, MI gbeay env: 'Wltnemes
—*mai freeLde Join Illtnepr. -
yaw' ' Latina. - , ' as'idiesee.
Joseph Mots.. Xentheeter, ' Anth N Maw&
dory 1.1 Hunter; Ehnen tp, Lae, eo, Jeollemby.
Amen Neel, In mad, Alley co,
. me an
tentanne or 161—ovia 36 um sugmn.
n lialatlek Nelmaimerfli, A4 r tgray ally. rt.
Haney Lapp, 34 Allegheny city. 161llteame—E
Bopp, Ens Rickman.
mom SO 51050 W
61eeng• W Ball, 63 wen, Alleginey city. Wit
nisen—NeNlde ailll 1. Joann, 11, MIL
IXP 12110601 1 ).
Broils oot ib ljtarlf=. ltd. tp,
" 11" g
eons 8 eyeeta.234 District; Pe; elesited In 36 nut'
Allegteny oPy. ,
OLT PDX AND IVITORT 07 Till)011.
W Bliss Jones. 34 wen, Alleghary elly. Wit
nenn—Milltma Willis,,. CherP llsote7.
-J. W NUIIII4
Cent end Prawn 11,33151. 31 Dutztat ft.
--,--_-- - --=-----------
rBOVOrrt WAD 811•118 ONSKII.
Ittp Damitzt Cr Emu« .
Sit low*. St.. Pittsburgh, Assad 4i DM}
r-Filtil!dPTßD Fittal DitArk.. -.
&NY in roadance with orders,' publish the Di
login Hat of .waoca 'sampled Dm draft by ths
Bowl of Zuroit in fhb Diane, to this do o.
with the meow of Wit mrtioptiont „
IT Burr Cl rourisma spurn ina annildrovra. 1
Ellis urban, rtraiward, Maras Drown;
Martin Volk, nth ward, Jaws Dolan;
Ohas Andavoin, Booth Patablh,Dasabi Ihuscan;
Pablo_ &lad, Stith ward, got EllarOfj
Jno W Varney. Filth wad, Ohm Patera
Jam 26.0100, garoth wad. It throoloahors I
John Walla, bozo ward,
a 0 Radios. Dinalagt am, ledward &ma;
B T aleaatder, Sixth ward.
'': d, , s, ! John Kali
John J Prate, SUM ward; 1 0 Watkns;
John Betray. 811th wad; John Johnston;
ram nniza =noun Doman. -
Jury Ragan, 21 ward,ntim Jot" 4th wird;
David Lou!. Bth ward. I
d, I V Crawford. 4th ward; ,
MmorrAnforsa OS Al3ll-111=2" II MTN wants,
Ali matting in Iliath watt. - ,
patriot Long, ono S 6, aanded. Vo itommr Did&
Pt ir.r.l, Jou Kearny: - _ . ,
Cassia Cued, Ora SA, mandal.,_ Vita Wm
li - a%
Oroasetais, Edward DlanwlT. /
Patrick Olteafri wow 83, rim:rt.:a.✓' _Witmer%
Base and Okay HgM.. .
li II Wdlliusa, attar 65; p
. tarriaL /*linear., • P
AltehiltlL JIMIS Henry. •• •
__.• 4 .
• 2 illoOnniall, hada' 10. • 'Wlineuse, Wm Mad
Bank iooonwB. •
Sothoon Tt els; utd.ii le. .Wlini sue, Pariah.-
CV W 0.1=7, oral DI -Wiliam Mahon _
blichaal garret% Grit 33, martiad. Witnallitr. a
De Maid. And Bellow .
r David Nagle, over 63, marthid. Milian* Thad
Iller;Joh* Oiltnan. •
Jobs Pittman( over ill. mimed, .witimuee,
!ha &mph. aargam glom, , •
Wm losing. ova, as, 11111.4. Witalitatz, Adam
Watkins. Jed twain. '
I Autrrowlinekner. over 86, lIIIIIIIVi WHIMS,
1 James and Had Rau.
J mph Bias, over 15, marriad. Wfinulaill,' ass
Briar, Jr Lab,.
• emus gr raurrr..- /
Grow Ansa, ith ward; two mai Is ~cola • and
three ai home dm Md. • /
ATAXICI WM WI /COT =ARID 13110111 1 311.
All 1•11111Ing in blab ward / Mary wil.nan. wit'', ism Jahn 7, Wislu). I
A bthoey Wallahs. Wilatillef, flariMid ml Mt
chat Woliglie. ,
Thomas 1/ren. Witansw,' 3 .p" NoTikitdon, Via
1 Itou lass.
Georp Pattaian. Witnewas, E braid and Jowl
,Dharloa baster. AfibMkroa, Henry DOW& l
Daman 11 Meyer. ,/'Wlistranit, 0 DAM. I a
aloha 110hamainierrliVilmonars John'biadar, Jobn
Jobs lifrOso./WlittriliJOhn cbdmithar, plata
naill l 3 l l o 111 mann luti siisurw.
wausiAuzia, Bih wog, haltnalon lower lobe
J emo long. Bth trudithgninal WOO. ' . I
Christ lathier, btu wurdolablollt• wolf; „
Wm Ildyri. Mb mad; ofillwar dial "a; " I " .
anti of Ina Brooke aad lioyd' _ _
Wm • glentooth,• CM wad, ffishyloSA of. tom of Ofti n g•" l6 ,.. B 6, ii i gai:spOppqr. cerithe to
Jobs IMMO, eth inart i -vatro entesittiohlothe
... _ _
ph, signs. - ~ • .
tem inn ailk,stiligraissisittsor Ds Gasasie
Jam rsixer,utiona. is% mad, satatad'it right
mia.i.Hicse.tiliveillitt7 a ams, yd.
orgy. Ostrava's. nehatioN. allidwrft of Dr •G'
uzigussX.vicert iros - -
r*t.ioak, sewn. 6•0 'Won.
aux zzummicaoir EmssaSani =win
John W MoOlasa, dthtad. Wltsiesse, Mos
Marisa ihreonwocbml,'lth -XX;assis. Z
II (Impale X Jltrawer. .
- *max= orAvzocritos AXI9 nu m. -
%Soma PforillAgsX4l l3l . Dist. PE./
Ta tinihMANNUAL IMPORT,
or way vow'. t
_ go 18.1601 litzset:.
uronsiiina 816 levy Mb.
suramssr grAir eNdlOili if at Arai Pro Lio.
Prilite 001P"Mit tholif dar 'Arnim
aot es ltnt 0 I.
Bends sod el missies (bidatAte Callan
Ned Owe la gm York Ind Itrooldes.
arotaioimotsamoom;........ ...tpuos co
rear-sa -amot.,-- , * - on - dsuread,
....(saltelmelve seurstriss brAl is set. - ' -
Value BMus BerldS 011.10 Dr Uli• OMB*
ena, • Writs( 104100 00
UM ands; (rmhurourteeed) 14000 ii
Interest Accrued, (et vklorr fresere peen
al Jai/ tut h Arta/ ;OL) .:741 113
Belmar In Dare of Agate, mg la %Win -
et teszendedan teem WO) 00
BIUi nradvabl• ter Pnrudnericsr. irdsad -
ltaks sod Geer Wes -1401 40
Preesinres eurouUreted as ,Tolidre
, Wed st - Sofa
Olelos he Lon* euteteaaVely 1,42 12 - 9,122 24
Om Dieidasel 122 20
.41307:10 PDS ..1110TRALNOt IMITAN
.oallicso t• lams sabot I awl
541 4 at alDarnal Tatiatio=s ll 2 o #!! "
Won, an Yidsolbrtorabla r Atokastiqt l
l i b .
riga and Ow nal Nonitt.vt: Ibe Iw wns IMF a!
111.1"1144*1.1161011 T 11 2 01=f.
ST-11T*1011 1112 7, 24 .4# 1 7.
I Ora -
v. a LIGGETT. , iamb. IMP
a•z2.PITTE EMU° 8 TBFAfRE.
WA. Sol. tr NO.
Pliddkod 17 ,,41-35, 23 and is Coats.
amind dads,so mots.
moxioak, .11tuireasi Bd,
AND muss T Wm.
rappassai of ilkik graiT:caigic .11444
3118ATZIS IHkllNElgh,imihe she PIN"). am •
- INPRILL, dlz c hoh LT.
I . ' TSB: 14410511i8:
Arip a •
dint as °Vett. ;
*Dwairna.c.arsl Aml . l",
- MUMS% 0 tigA. goyim .
N. N. B&OOVE '
. -A le ii.TIUCROa
A. Ballrfai• ' '
Y. a- swain*.
tpatid. i .., 00 , units"
r• l og the I been.
° to win 'l4 OW" C.
as i diamt•
-.! vale. i ~r
J. v. Canino
J. D. Ca...,
Itairm TAD 7,
• MDWAIDi r
Mr Ter: hal
TRUITADAT, - *
mad . Pit
Trfutoplisat soiOoor of SWINT
of Yr. W. R. BUDIFIATU. goo
9d ipp Mr
IlltrflOff t ' bo Iteivfoo •-•
lOWA IllorlTo. , MUSS oust Dir. •
.01f.1111.1% GOODS/at, J.O. W. 11.11.141 1 191:
cipo. wunutr. 70,1111.-
Ands hoot of orlon, Ins orl.oiltd entortoionost
How seta, amp and dancis. brat ant Sad
Admission 16 and 25 cents. Osnonssios at 8 O'ciatak.
Tar'the Walt of JOHN POTTSok Magid =We.
(51TUT1 RIZZI 2. r/T7lolllalla PR
eiridakdon,lM etrtai vat
•to attendance. - - rallt
OUBBROLD - FURNITIIELTHIEV
(Wataete7) U lONOOti, August Ittl• at
cVellodr, will be eat, at tbstklastordal Wee lasi
51 lifth street, a stcck of good - ileaseettit 'fan&
tam eamprising Drente' . isuelea, MOSIONI 311,
, 4111011, Chet WM; Work 114014. /Ma Peet
ItOrtoodo. bow Put Bods!teda leraalitua Teem
Obeli% Melee Tables, Copt art=iti mil*'
Zee Chat, Did Ware, Leone Ware, "'Trunks.
sae DaVIS • ivcoreivg,
----------- -- r_
ra.kihees AN U. •01.1U11 ir 4,
BMW AT VA ZETWOOD BTATEOI4- 41 n
is aTIIIIPAT AFTSBNOON, Weds lib .At II
o'clock, will be told, mfg SU poriloso, sit B
itation. on Ws Cannollafilas Ilibmod, En Embiair
township, lb. following wood Word lore. WO&
video tram tho proputy
‘ lato of Jai PannorA, Oak
°them „ „;
No. 9 ls 19 owns 41 monis; No.' ok II was
cobra; N 0 . 35 io 7 4 b oa s m. 9S vats, r No. f i nt7. l
oats NO pin:l%o ~ - .‘: r : tob ;
abr.. lota In Y. Swat omddal a ron—lEs. S 14 1
&ars 1 11 porches; flo. 7is 1 ocro 1
taro, ono lot rontakiing doom, sd=laid ot
Ilan: George Doak and Wm. Plyor. •
'Alia, ono lot aO 94=4 I ITS B MA SW
no the public sad
tram 'him ' II
(Ginn) Bowl to the Nairn! Bid root, bons9i4 try
mold rad. by A. VlM:akar and Chalks 11._1tatib
Also,loto In Dotes ylon, wilcdoMp siOsoltot
iwiro. No- lislwe to Wolof; No. SA 1 oord IS
maw; Ho. ato 1 awe 99 pram; NSA is 1 dom
9 webs ; NO. IS la 1 son 86 parobs• Ellea:111O 1 woo
0 parches; N 0.7 4 1 a= od piallilo.,, - Is 1
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rhos of 491 Ws boos, sad coma — Wad 10 w il ld i r as mil
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