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Pittsburgh Daily Post (Newspaper) - July 26, 1864, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaAdver Tisins agencies. Meuret. A amp of. No. N Park Bow new York Eity and no. 6 state a treet Boston and a. P. Fontaine a oo., x�9. 63 Naa aau Street new York City Are authorized to take advertisements and Surbeer tfx to for its at lowest rates. 4we will furnish the daily Post to agents at the rate of $2,00 per Hundred copies. Local intelligence. Tuesday morning july 26, 1664. The the Large Quantity of lands appropriated to the cultivation of vegetables our Market is but scantily supplied. Either the drought has affected their growth or else the consumption is much great or than it Ever was before. There is a great inducement now held out for the land owners in a his immediate Vicinity to turn their attention particularly to the production of vegetables in View of supplying the wants of the Market Here. When potatoes sell at three dollars and Twenty cents a Bushel or eighty cents a Peck and every other vegetable in proportion we think the Farr Fer could not do a Wiser act than to Plant largely of every article in the catalogue of vegetable names porn and Beans cabbage and peas beets carrots and Parsnip indeed All that amp Dens ordinarily produce find a ready Market at a fair Price. If paces keep up Dur Ign the Winter the poor will have a hard time of it before Spring for not Only vegetables but every necessity of the table is equally High. Batter and egg beef and Mutton apples and Ber Les of All al Nib Are enormously High. We Are almost afraid to give a statement of the prices Market articles sell for least a pm Iio maybe raised ao4men who really have no conscience May be induced to ask still More for what they have to sell. Our citizens know too Well what they have Topay to be told through the medium of amp newspaper a a Fiose who hav e Money my taken pocketful and go to Market for it take a pocket Lull but alas w hat will those do who have no Money i How will the poor be ted at such exorbitant prices the times Are becoming More severe every , and unless some providential circumstance produces a change soon the poor Ami helpless must suffer. . Thomas i. Herr owes who has been appointed a state agent for the disbursement of the $�0,�u� appropriated by the Pennsylvania Railroad Lor the education of the orphans of soldiers Ami sailors has made the following regulations tor the expend Ste of the same la rat. Persons entitled to the Benefit of the act will be children of either sex. Under the age of fifteen whose lathers have Leen killed 01 died in Tho United states naval 01 military service fld who amp Rede is deut on their Mother or on Chai try for support. Second. Applications in a certain Formi Nuat be presented to the common school directors of the District in which the orphan resides to be if approved to the superintendent at Harrisburg who will u the child is accepted order its admission into such school As he May deem proper due regard being had for the religious Faith of the Lainily and the age and abilities of the Jurii. Orp Hsio will be Clad in a uniform Drew supplied with yom in table lodgings and food and receive u mental and physical training commensurate with their need. The children under six rear 0/ age will be sent to any lifting school in the state and those Over that age to it some one institution to be selected in each of the twelve 1 Nonnia school District. Of amp la yesterday morning and continued throughout the Day was the very rain we needed. It began to fall As Fine As a Mist and at no time could it be called a Beavy rain. The parched Earth drank in All the moisture As it fell and the ground and vegetables derived much More Bruedt from it than if it had been a heavy dashing rain. Herein the City it was just the rain that was needed to Lay the dust and to Cool the streets without hooding the water courses. Such a rain is Worth More to our Farmers than All the plunder taken from Maryland is to the rebels. It is Worth millions of dollars to Pennsylvania alone and Worth hundreds of millions to the Northern states. It is not too late yet for the Corn and potato crop to revive. All the vegetable tribe will derive immense Benefit from this rain. Beans and peas cabbage and cucumbers beets and Carrot grapes and apples every thing that is of a vegetable nature will again begin to a grow As the corp and revive As the the pasture Fields win recruit wonderfully and the Cloer Field d win Send Forth a second shoot that will Auto Utah even the Farmer. The dried up streams will again swell and the Lamshing fish will now breathe Freer. In Short this is a timely and useful Shower and though a Little Cool yet will on that account top the sooner and thus prove less injurious to the Grain that is now being harvested. A new learn that an order has been issued from the commissioners of internal Revenue to tax the salary of All government officials five per cent this is precisely what ought to be done for none Are More Able to than those who live off the government the tax might have been Twenty percent however instead of five. Government officers As a general thing obtain High salaries especially military and naval officers oft in general government and Aspall have now to be taxed it is perfectly right to impose a part of the Burden upon a hat class. There is one exception to this taxation. Persons who do not receive More than six Hundred dollars per year will be exempt irom . Fire to Clarion a some boys set fire to the in Clanon county and the dryness of the leaves soon cause the lire to spread with immense rapidity till the conf Tai Etlou a very dangerous one. A Large amount of valuable property has Beu destroyed and nothing Buin heavy Ralu can possibly quench its Progress. A car destroyed. A a car Laden with my for the works was Muring up the Allegheny Railroad the o her evening when by some Accident the rear car took fire the Engineer at the risk of his late uncoupled the car and Lett it taking tie balance the train out of danger. Tho loj la Oil is considerable beside the loss of the car. Set it Itie a it in l. Rit Doubton of 1 Hrand Uneuy ship Ulea Ifield county commuted suicide on Thedith lust ant by going to his barn and appealing a rope to the Joist holding one and in his hands while he put the other round his neck thus . He had Tomeil made sundry Attaei Nofs to cd Tahoe to. Eurof a to Ueail a a child or. 1 Ger son in Bradford township 1 meat held Mun iwas burned to death in Bis dwelling House we Iris was consumed in the 15th inst. Air. And my. Egerson were both irom Home when me fire occurred. The neighbors rescued it the names but not before ule was extinct Joseph Meyer amp soy a manufacturers of Plain and fancy furniture and chairs warehouse 153 Smithfield and44a Penn its Between 0th st., and Virgin Alley. _je2 pit Spuro r. Roa Patent amp proprietary medicines of the Day just received and for Sale at j. Fulton a drug store of fifth Street. it a Man named j pm. Hall attempted to pass the door keeper at j Jaball held in Birmingham town in amp a and upon 1 freon refused admit Luce he Drew knife upon i the door keeper whereupon he was arrested j and bound Over ii Fie a urn of one thousand Dol Ian to appear in court he a Jed the procure Ball and was imprison.>0. J or. Everett of the same place keeps a boarding House and a Boarder named Lind my Goffin who was unable to his Load pledged a coat Worth Twenty dollars for payment. Afterwards he came Back with a Man named William Walker and the two tried to take Possession of the coat Andin so doing they become very disorderly. They Ete brought Belore a Justice who fined them one Dollar each Aud the Coats. The Moonlight Pic Nie it will be remembered that in the Brownstown kit Case which occurred a few Days ago a number 01 the a Dew drop fraternity entered the House of or Brawdy and destroyed the furniture tak Fig Gold watches and other property. The following persons have been arrested for being com corned in this riot namely Jacob Stimley Michael Simmons Antonio Lippart John Lour Washington Hershman Joseph Smith Willm Unks we. Leech John Carl and Charles Dit b�iu4 Man whose name 1� supposed to be to w. A a Uirt Aon was found drowned in the Scioto Between Jiveh Yville and tar Leville he was Between Thweni -i, Thor y years of age and had in use upon body from which it is supposed he was foully dealt with. injunction has been Isayed by the Pittsburgh and Erie Railroad company agouti the Sharon Branch of the Atlantic and great Western Railroad company to prohibit the prosecution of the work. The grounds of the Lulu Notman hav e not yet been made Public. A i seem that some of the soldiers Are already j repenting of the step they took in joining the 1 Hundred Days service tone Man Tylle attempt i log to run the guard at Camp Copeland was i shot and seriously injured the particulars j have not As yet transpired. Dysentery a and diarrhoea. Dixon a aromatic Blackberry Carminative is the Only Safe and sure Core. Ii gains no opium or deleterious drags no Mineral or Otter injurious compounds unon to remedies generally sold for this Alosa of disease. It in so efficacious that physicians very generally use it in their pro time in All of Tronio and dangerous oases. West use no cholera mixtures or doubtful compositions Many of Wiloh undermine and ruin the Constitution when you a an obtain an unfailing remedy As simple and Safe an blackberries themselves. Ask for Dixon s Black Burrt Carminative amp and Bee that the proprietors name is written of the outside wrapper of Pooh bottle. Prepared Only by i Solo proprietor Cincinnati. For Sale by All respectable druggists. Price old style 33 ots 25o., 500. And $1, per bottle. Of iwi.aj�f8t Nervine Tonc i and bi. pub Fer. Or Cutter go English hitters a sure cure for intemperance. I or. A family medicines or. U. A am s a. , family mrs divines or. Schmuck a Wuhu Ohio Tokio Aad fills. Niklai held 8 a celebrated Bucu amp Sarsaparilla-1 among which Are the following Helm bold a fid. Ext Bucu. Helmboldt a fid. Ext. Sarsaparilla. Helmbo Dos Bose Wash. Holloway a ointment. Holloway spills. Holloway a Verm Fuge confection. Ayers Sarsaparilla Ayer s pectoral. Ayer s pills. Via Hart spine tree cordial. Wishart s dyspepsia pills. Or. Laue a medicines Cherokee medicines. Or. Humphreys homeopathic medic ours. Or. H. Swaynos comp. Syr. Wild Cherry. Us Sony a fid. Sex. Parer a brava. Gilson a Rose Wash. Fulton s cough syrup. Or. J. Lindsay s blood searcher. Hoofland s German bitters. Boerhave s Holland bitters. Drakes Plantation bitters. Hostetter s stomach bitters. Sparkling Catawba wine. Fresh citrate magnesia. Floriline for the liar. Lubin s Coconut Cream. Mrs. Allens hair restorative. Mrs. Allen s burnetts cocaine. Burnett s Kaili too. Prof. Woods hair restorative. Lyon s Kathion. A Sterling s Ambo Ogia. Barrys Tricot heroes in halon s to can. Crest Adoron fair Dye. Batchelor s hair Dye Bazin s hair Dye. Hagan. Magnolia Barjam for the complexion Laird a Bloom of youth. Phalone a Oriental Cream. All binds of pills ointments liniments a. Telegraph. Fob the Post. From Washington. The Battle of Friday. A horrible Slaughter. The rebel loss six thousand. Supplies destroyed by fire. Quot a a u or Allan i a Aad All family Medici us can Leo Sun it a genuine Ujj the i Horn of Jyz Ounla Carboy Coal Bank Hickory township Mercer county was almost fatally injured the other Day by a piece of slate which fell from the Tou of the Bank upon him. He was badly crushed but was Jill living at last accounts. almost every Ward Borough you j township and Preckl not meetings Are being held More. They Are also charged with Highway of raise Money and secure vol Peers to avoid robbery before Alderman Nicholson for taking j the coining draft. The excitement is intense a trunk containing Money and watches. There Are More Money men than flight tag men at present. saturday a Man named Henry Gartley called upon Jonathan Brauff to Somo taxes and when Brauff was Tempo Zartl absent from the room he took a pocket Book containing two Hundred dollars in Bank Bills. A brother of Henry was along named George Gartley who is a discharged Soldier but it is not certainly known whether he a concerned in the Case or not. Some of the Money was found on the person of Henry Gartley. Both men Are now in the custody of the officers of Bedaw. Or. Brauff was glad to recover the Money As it was not his own but belonged to the Borough. Crull for he who have fruit this season should not eat it at Home but Send it to the poor Soldier who is getting but trifling wages and living on hard tack at that. I let the Roult be prepared and seat by special j agents not to the Well paid officers but to the poor half starved Soldier and let these agents see that the poor Soldier gets this fruit and no one else. Thiraia the Propper Way to dispose 01 j the luxuries that we can Well do without. I fires. There was a fire on saturday even log at the Corner of sixth and Smith fled Street and one on sunday evening at the head of Liber to Street but neither did any damage Worth i noticing. The different fire companies always j a a prompt and energetic were on the ground on a or. Randall present visit a a re re re a o re on Hodio no j or. Time Lafe truth is the City would be in a pretty i Randall operated successfully on my feet during fix without these Selis Ime lip companies Thev hl6 to this City last year removing plan a hould be Well Naid a i al corns Lorn which 1 have not suffered since. Y in. Per lira Pittsburg july Flat. A my is and is no excuse for citizens suffering from these pests of humanity is and bunions. Or. Ramusi Isa Lmh Meetis Foff City councils met last night but the proceedings were too Long Lor insert ton in to Days paper. We shall Endeavor to Lay them before our readers tomorrow in full As they Are interesting to our readers. Race on contest took place on saturday last Between the a american Star and a soft soap quot the Mare winning All the time making time 2.32, 2.34, 2.42. She can easily beat the the a Bobtail quot proved too much for her fire near fire broke out in Bridgeport near Brownsville on monday last and destroyed Lour dwellings and a Coop or shop belonging to Joseph Rogers. It is not known How the fire originated. Fire la Lawrence county dwelling House of Charles al. Johnston postmaster Princeton Lawrence county wa3 consumed by fire on the 12th lost. The lass is about $1600, of which $400 Are covered by insurance. Due Hundred years old lady non ii a Dunham died last week at Meadville at the age of one Hundred years. Pittsburgh drug House Torrence amp my Garr Corner of Market Street and fourth. Drugs medicines chemicals perfumery paints Uia Lead varnishes brushes trusses supporters shoulder braces Ano ail articles usually found i drug stores of first Quality for Sale Low Torre Xci ii. Garr no. 70 Market Street Corner of fourth. Fcb Fop Sale at Fulton a drug store. Fifth Street. B. A. A vision s pills will cure Washington july 2r>.-the Republican extra says Liat dispatches to the government represent that a great Battle was fought in Atlanta on Friday re Hulting in horrible a Aughter and a com. Plete repulse of the enemy at every Point. The rebels holding the largest part of the City assaulted our works on that Day with great Iury evidently expecting to drive our forces out of the City. Their it the corps commanded by Gen. Frank Blair seemed to be the special object of rebel Wrath As they massed against it an overwhelming Force. The 15th received the Shock gallantly and held its own until gun. Dodge with the 10th corps came up when the rebels were hurled Back with great Slaughter. Gen. Bogan at the head of the 17th corps went into Battle with the rallying cry of a remember this corps As Well As Blair a both constituting the army under maj. Gen. Mcpherson taught desperately the news of the death of their Brave commander having been communicated to them just before going into Battle. Our troops buried 1500 rebels left on the Field within our lines besides which the rebels buried Many of their dead near the works. It is estimated that the rebel killed and wounded on Friday numbered fi.. Our Iosub will reach 2500 in killed and wounded. The 15th corps suffered severely. While the work of burying the dead and removing the wounded was going on saturday the artillery was playing on the City at the same time Large fires were observed in different parts of Atlanta supposed to be caused by the destruction of Supply depots and other rebel property which the enemy could not carry off and did not wish to fall into our hands. This is considered evidence of their intention to evacuate the place. Several rebel generals arc reported to be killed but their games Are not Eiten. Rebels repulsed on Friday. F quot. They Burn their stores. A m new York july 25.-a Tribune n Ash ton special dated the 2-nh 11 of clock p. M., says the government has received dispatches from general Sherman announcing that on Friday th0 rebels under Odood massed a heavy Torce against his left Wing consisting of my Pherson a grand division composed of Logan a and Blair s corps and made a desperate attack gaining temporary advantage. The enemy after tend Fly fighting in which a number of charges were made were repulsed with great Slaughter and driven into their fortifications. Major Gen. Mcpherson became separated from his staff and was killed by sharpshooters after Mcpherson a death general Logan assumed command of his division. A later dispatch says that our forces had obtained Possession of the elevated ground North East of the town. Siege guns have been mounted which command the place. Aiso that the rebels were burning their stores preparatory to a re Trogades movement. Every body feels confident that Atlanta by this time has fallen into our hand. Wrung Juial amp Rimm Lai Pitts crop of Todwick Teaf tout a quot is Post i it toe it july As ism. I business was very Dull and entirely neglect. The Only Salea made were a a Way to meet the want of the Home Market. A the. To la a we re a foil Rifai i i to cheesi�-sa�e��0 bra w it at Siev in Hamburg 22o. This a further Advance a a Hay to note sales of 8 loads st the Seal at $45 00 per ton. Kali arc beginning to in Creem a sales 65 bbl fat of amp a 00 it bbl. Lynere a. I ice sales 6 tons at 7 60 w ton a a Oraine wheat the receipts for some Timo past have been very limited. Prices Are Nomlri-�1at, red 2,1�, White �2,10 per iush.,10ats�? i a a a a a los at 1 tour of Corn in demand at a a 66. A iii a nominal unsettled. Prices Aro entirely to Force sales. Col it and Are rots to Oua. Peach a at a sales of applied of step and a to try in a a so a ,ema�?o<1 a 16c sides shoulders hams 26@20? a a n1" wb�6 s Clr a nominal at i9>ic.h �?ono-1 you 1,65,40. 2 a 55 Tob�Mfe-smallfl8leborro11 it Somsac As grou a was limited sales were likewise we omit them. A uni us a Ana As prices were unchanged All if tab Oil. Trade 0��?b tites Dat tuly 26, 1861 Bebel general Hood reinforced. New York july 25.�?a Herald special dated Washington july 24th, says Hood has received reinforcements from Charleston and elsewhere. Johnson was relieved because he would not risk a general engagement. There is Strong belief that the rebels cannot getaway from Atlanta. The traveler a guide. Arrival and departure of trains. Pennsylvania Central. Thro a a Arrien thro mail2 50 a m thro exp res. .4 26 p m fast line 8 36 pm John a acc .3 00 p m 1st wubtatlon6 &0 a m 2. Do 11 40 a m 3d do 3 60 p m 4th do 6 00 pm Baltimore sex 12 20 p m Phila sex 11 60 pm fast line 120 a m thro mail Irao a m John n acc. 10 05 a a 1st Wall Stan 6 16 a m 3d do 8 25 a m 3d do l 56 p re 4th do 6 65 pm the Tram leaves wails station on sunday at amp 06 a a returns at 12 46 p Pittsburgh it. Wayne it Chicano depart. Arrives. Fast line.l.-amp m i Chicago ex____2io a m 1 10 pm Phila a 5 10 pm Maul train.5a0 a m Usu to v a pm. Quot a business in the Oil Way was a suspended yesterday in fact there waa. Nothing done no a was the Feany Drof Pierite then Beshere tire the same is in few York hence until there is an Advance there or rde cure Here operations win is few Aid far Between the weather yesterday was very unfavourable for <5ut-door Trosa Coloni Tho rain that sit in Early of the morning Coull Nudd All Day without intermission. Theben Elteto the crops will be immense. The receipts by the Allegheny Ilver amounted 4o 670 bbl the a took la the Market is very Light. Among Tho sales to note As Fol . A. Crude the Market was inactive. Thera were no sales yesterday one Lotof 23a bbl Vaa disposed of late on sat Vrtlar Kim or Susie a Blu returned. A refined the Market was Dull dealers were not disposed to take hold at the went rates. In the absence of Yalcs we a met ass Oil . ? Cochran 128, Pei mock fan is 0, amp w�?~1uamb a us Dun Crestline mail 700 p m Mecom Monahon leaves the new Brighton Isavei aide Ghent feta tion at a a la a 12 00 a 40 n m Aud 5 40 p Returning leaves new Brighton station at am 7 00 am 12 30 p in and 2 60 pm. Alliance accommodation Veavea a ugh Hen station at 2.10 a or. A Pittsburgh Connellsville departs. Arrive. To ? to to 0 to to to w a a it c 05 a = o. A i s3 Sitt so 09 o i is x a lei is or g Feco pc a c. A a r so a h 1 al 0 g 0 i o n �-1? t r quot a 0 0 a a a s a o Gen. Pherson s remains. The streets thronged w Lili ii Zens j Sherman vigorously advancing. Olalla m exj.ress3 40 p m 1st my Keesports 00 a m 2d a 6 15 pm port Perry.7 00 a m pm ii inn Ria a f. A a 4 Quoit Isuyo Iuni Bradlock 4 16 p m to Rad Dochy a. .6 40 p m Lay train to and from my Kosport mail.6 00 p m express.9 30 a m 1st my keep pm a Stiop m 2d a 2 06 p m port Perry----8 30 a m Pittsburgh Iron and Nall Market the sat july 26, 1864. The following Are the Pio Tationa for the descriptions named. Flat bar. it i to 0, by k to 1 Inch .2 to 6, by i to a it iadl.�?T.,. Of i in a a a a a a in a to ibo by 1 is to it by 6 1-6 Inch heavy baud , 2 to 6 by a a to s-16 Inch. W in to in by k and 3-t6 Inch. 8 o a by Vand 3-16 Inch quot quot a quot a k to by a ?eireb., it a j he Hgt horse shoe. K to 1 by 6-16 to k Inch. 8�. Loop Aud Light bhud.�?T. 2�?~4 to 6 Tinch. At Rand 2 a r5 1 i and 1 a. R. �e-.-4,. By 1 and in. A quot quot nov k x a Nch. Inch. A extra.11 Cut a a round and sqiih��.1 a1 to 2�?~i Inch.7 3t0 3k loci in to 4 Inch.8>� nud to Nch 7% the sumy a Veavea at a to p i Aud arrive at 10.00 a �?�8 3 4. A Comfort in Wall Flag rss Eullale to a a a to this o g c on saturday afternoon an elderly Udy named Smith received some severe though not fatal injuries while making some purchases in a dry goods store on the Corner Fulton Street and Centre Avenue. It appears that a heavy Cornice fell from ttoe Wall striking the hey on the head resulting in the above consequence. Medical Aid was summoned immediately on the lady being conveyed to her residence. And she is now recovering a a or a a. A. , fit and bunions. Or. Randall 140 fifth Street has performed numberless cures among our first citizens the certificates of Many have been published in these columns the originals of which and other can be seen at his office which Are the greatest pilots of he professional skill. Let the afflicted Call without delay. The society of st. Vincent de Paul will hold their fourth a a. A a a a it a a a a out iii Lilii festival Lor the Benefit of Tho poor on wednesday next in the delightful locality of Glenwood. The members of thu society hold a prominent position in our Oum a Maity for their respectability and their num. J hers Hare been increased of late in such a Man i Ner. That the amount of food Thev Are ennui a Ner that the amount of Good they Are enabled to perform is immense. We a a Midler belonging to the Hundred Days service in route to Camp Reynolds became involved in a difficulty witha citizen while waiting. Fur the train at Henwood. A in rat to perform 1b immense. We do not entertain the Pipoon i a. Least doubt that the generous sentiment of cd a r , and the results waa that the by which impels them together with the Many Soldier came out second Bebi having his jaw Frimu cements that Are offered at the festival will Fra stared and sustaining other severe incur tab i be it inducement to our citizens to u. a., k a i a ionize Thole who Are Labouring in the cause of he was removed to the Hospital and had his the poor and needy. For further in formation wounds attended to. See advertising columns. Rotl it and fire was raging at last accounts on the Atlantic and great a a a Hub al Cut i dii.5ciii Western Railroad West of sorry station on theve re no po.y1�?T ,�?~,t------7account of which the train were stopped. I Lve j by w. A Snake hiq1 pu.00 Munsie a we Are indebted co Wamelink Ana Harr tor the presentation of two pieces of a to my a. -. A Jug nna Wajud Ami a nov Ai uhf it Ca. v thousand cords of Wood were burned up and an immense amount of ties were destroyed. The Telegraph poles were burned Down and much other damage done. Latest accounts state that the Are was put out and the damage repaired. She took it local reporter of Tho Columbus Otilio journal was cowhide Tho j thai n i v to Are a not aide to Ridge a. a Foi a a e a a in i Neue of Sheet Usu hit he a a a a a a a demand music speak highly of the productions of or. Dike they Are fur Sale at Wamelink amp Barros music store the is referred to the advertisement of a Wam Eunk amp Barr in another column where they will find references and testimonials in re Gaid to the great excellence of their pianos masonic Lottie the celebrate California favorite will give two entertain rally rally rally the danger now threatening our capital appeals to the patriotism of every Cuti up. Every citizen must turn out. Our state is in danger All persons recruiting Sil ads companies battalions. Or regiments toi state or National defence under the governor s Call for 24,000 men Lor Loo Days will report immediately to the military executive committee at Wilkins Hall for the purpose of effecting the organizations. Look on this picture and if suffering from headache go at once and buy a Box. If the directions Are properly Fol Lowed they will perform a speedy and permanent cure. One Pill is a dose. Prepared Date l. Rahn Estoos amp 00. Sole proprietors. Wholesale druggists and manufacturers of White Lead red Lead lit Harge putt a or. 7g amp 7s Wood st., Pittsburgh a. I or Salt 13v a a urge is and Patent Medicine dealers everywhere. -nasiivii.i.f., july 25�?the remains of Gen. Mcpherson reached Here at 9 p. M., escorted through to Louisville depot by the 13th regulars capt. La Monte 10th Tenn. Inlay col. Scully with artillery. Zeus. Mcelroy was Lerz and Gillom gov. Johnson and staff were in the procession which comprised All the officers of the different departments in the dry. The remains leave by special train at 12 m., a com named by guard from 13th regulars of two officers and fifty men to Sandusky Ohio. Tho streets were thronged with citizens and All the employees of the departments assembled to Honor the re Mains of Mcpherson. A news in front Atlanta meagre but official. No reverses Are reported. Sherman still maintains his position and is vigorously advancing. Gen. Rousseau has successfully fulfilled his orders reports a loss of Only 12 of his command. Gen. Garrard a expedition Success. Ale Rheuy Valley. Depart. _ a ritzy 7 00 p m a 9 36 i i aocommodat�?Tn7ri5 a m ,4ui1ih, moil7 00 am i mail. Express.4 30 a m express. Accommodat�?Tn.3 a a p Ltd a Clere Lanil and Pittsburgh. Departs. Arrives. Mali.2 50 p m Gin. Express. A 05 p m do ao2 to am Stout a Enville accommodation 10 00 a m a of j. To each Man for organized a. i . I am authorized by the finance committee toa Bounty of Twenty five dollars err t a Firlit four Conj and a Jas. S. Negley _ _ chm. Mil committee t Apt. J. K. Barbour Sec. The committee will be in Bostion Nicht and imy until further orders. Opt. John a. Barbour. ,11 13-tf Sec. Mil. Sex. Com pro tem. Fourth p new styles window shades Fieo Elved to life Day. New Spring Stock o f carpets Street p 8� w s o o Well Beason it i Oil. Cloth at Mccall my a this Sto if in 07 in Iron nor amp to so. 87 fourth Street. Do. Brown no. 50 Smithfield Street a Truea to guarantee his Curca in oases of private diseases. Hla remedies b. L. Fahnestock a Verm Fuge. D ear sir to we take much pleasure in assuring you that there is no Verm Fuge now in use that we think equals yours As a worm destroyer. We have sold it largely at retail and with uniform Success. We Are druggists and physicians and have prescribed it for our patients and have been Well satisfied with its effects. Saxton k Bishop. It Tea n. Y. B. L. Worm Fahnestock a confections a v---1 we a a Vii Kiuei other Day by a woman taking tha a tried Verr eau Iona Vonis we give two e patiently. When i. The heard Orn a jul secured the services of or. A happen Dale and bav Neal of in a Flroa i a Wagon whip and sallied out meeting and whipping Ier antagonist the former lady most unmercifully. Served her right. What business had she to whip a rap Arter 1 my shiny held an inquest on sunday upon tha body of Antoine matter of boat Birmingham who was found dead in his bed that morning. Hand been Labouring under in attack or dysentery i a verde of was rendered of death from natural cause. w. Murphy eat. Hoe been up pointed Musary of subsistence with the rank of Captain with orders to report to general Hunter. A it Asch Leo it. Oas. Be it pm Haftle and several of our favourites to support her and we doubt not the evenings performance win meet Tho favor of All a travellers should provide themselves with a Bun ply of Duons Blackberry Chr Man amp Tive which they will find a sure remedy for Dyson Terv caused from change of Olmste water etc., and the most pleasant and the safest article that can be used. Sor 8al.b.-aa3 acres Coal and jul. A a face together with the improvements situate of amp re a aria Leris. Station 0 Miles West of Greo Amburgh and within. 2k Miles "a.b. Grade easy title Good and Price Low. J. H. Gasiday real estate broker no. 67 fourth st., Pittsburgh. A Jea. Are prepared by himself. No patient will be sect to a druggist for his Medicine. Haring had Large experience in a practice of Over thirty Troy. H in on 1 neti a Taliaf inc. A. A .1 a a a a a a ass aaa a. Fox a Jil a Tellic Luvot la Lirtz years he can insure Rel Lefin a few Days. Terms Low and cares certain or no charge. Delicate diseases liver complaint Pali fiction of the Hnz of Mai Iipp ill Szasna of it a . Delicate Macana a Aici i Pipit Hon of the a Eart strictures diseases of the bladder and kidneys general debility and nervousness yield readily to his treatment. Jy2ft-it dwelling and lot was to a a Good d1teiiij6 House with lot of ground on of near one of the Unes of the neighbourhood of either or the cities is wanted of .0>�5loj Wilnot be required immediately u a satisfactory Purchase can be made. A property of the right kind i am pro spared to a Liberal Price. Apply to v a Yan broker amp ins. Agent Wirtl fourth try Etc burkes building. R<t�l1fe1?f�oplral0c001�?T Are prepared from the Active principle of his celebrated Verm Fuge. They Are put up in a Nice and palatable form to suit the taste of those who cannot conveniently take the Verm Fuge. Children will take them without trouble. They Are an effective worm destroyer and May be iriv a a to the most delicate child. Prepared and sold by b. L. Fahnestock s co., sole proprietors 76 and 78 woodwind 91 fourth sts., Pittsburgh a. Sold by druggists and medi Olne dealers Ganer Apps la Daw a Large amount of pro Perth destroyed our loss less than 2,000. Hay for Sale. Eleves toss office old Hay for Bale which will be landed at the Point to Ltd Lay or to Morrow iiy2s-2t inquire of j. Alpin st. Charles hotel. Bov8, youths and 1 shoes st m auction House. , july 25.�?Gen. Garrard a expedition Liaa been destroying Bridges at Covington 40 Mijes East of Atlanta towards Augusta and destroying Public stores at Covington and Conyers including 2,000 bale3 Cotton locomotive and train of cars capturing 2,000 prisoners and a number of horse9. Our loss in the recent Battles will foot up something less than 2,000. We have found Over 1,000 dead rebels which with the usual proportion of wounded will make their loss Over 7,000. Our army is in Good condition and the situation favourable. Prom fortress Monroe. Fort Monroe july 23.�?the Flag of truce boat c. F. Thomas arrived Here from Ackers Landing last evening. She brought neither news nor passengers. The Richmond a Huratch of july 21st, has the following. Petersburg july 20.�?there is no change in the situation and no signs of any immediate hostilities on the part of Grant. Ileavey rain yesterday. The report of Grants death is contradicted. Shocking aeeident-2� men Kiuei. Schuylkill Haven pa., july 24.�? an Accident occurred at Phoenix Colliery on saturday evening which resulted in the instant killing of Twenty one men. They were on a slope cat coming out of the mines from their work and when near the top of the slope the Chain broke letting the car run Back a distance of six Hundred feet on a slope iof seventh five degrees killing All who were in the car. Washington news. Washington july 35.�?there Lias been no fighting at Atlanta since Friday. All that is officially known As to the occupation of the City is that Sherman holds the first line of the enemy a entrenchments. I mall 6 10 am uinoinaatl1 45 a m .ip45p m wheeling.6 20 a m Steuben tue accommodation leaves alle�?Tgy3 50p m cleveland1 45 a in do .1 45 p m a a the Excelsior omnibus comp and have omnibuses end carriages in waiting for passengers arriving in trains Rora both East and West. A movements of european America. Quot a Jere 8boatoqliverpool. Teutonia.,june u,.new australasian june 15new York Liverpool Bremer,.june 18new Feadonia june 26new �2fx8av�?T�-u�7 Snew a i a a a �?T1 he a new America. July 16. New York. Southampton Germania ulv 2in�w Vert Wraas it a u amp. Germania july 23new new York. July 30 new York. Southampton Bremen. Aug 13. New York. Southampton a 27new America. Keep 10. New York. Southampton new York,.sep24new Bremen oct 9. New a a a oat 22 be w y Ork. Southampton America. Nov 6. New new 1 Ork nov 19. New Bremen,.dec 3. New Kanoa. Dec 17new from Europe. Breme May 26. Southampton new York Europa. May 28. Liverpool Boston 31southamptonnew York Scotia june 4liverpool new y Ork Hansa a june 8soutaamptonnew York Borus Bia. June 14 Southampton new York America.june22southampton. New York Germania j. June28. Southampton. New York new York.,.july 6. Southampton. New York Breme july 30. Southampton. New York 3. Southampton. New York 17. Southampton. New York new York. Aug 31southamptonnew York Breme sept 14. Southampton. New York sept 28southampton. New York 12. Southampton new y Ork new York oct 26southampton. New y Ork Bremen nov 9southampton. Newyl Ork m and 9-16 Inch 8 for let Inoh co a. 1. .8 x Inch. A s-16 Inch ii Oval Fromi a j a 1 a to i \ Inch Inch. A a pc \ mcji8 i l Inch. Half Oval Atid half Roubid. Toi>�inch0. .j.�ftnch. Rte k and Inch 8>g it Inch a a Sheet no 25 and 26 Jln a a 27 a 28 inches wide 1-4 c per Ploumi plates. 9-16, 1-4 and 6-16 Inch thick. 9 flow slabs. Plow wings. A amp a Flat Ruiu a punched and countersunk. A i to 2 by % to Inch. 8 a it to i and 7-16inch Alc t j Nall rods. Juniata. .--3. Nalls. A v Keg. A a -7� 10 to 6 w Nalls----8 12>� j 2d Fine .10 37�� by and 9d8 37k i i 87k 4flj %�?�.8 i go Noh a �-1 .t9 is and m.8 87k Cut Spike a. 8 37� 3d.9 37>i j casing oils. Barrel. J �?o9 a a in Inch.10 As. 8 89 11 inch10 13 �9� 8 63 j inch9 38 cd. 8 63 i Lar Inch o �1 1 1 so 8,63 lion a a it 7 a finl Ahting tobacco a a a quot a a. 9 �3 i cd �?T.8 38 of a. 9 38 1 8d of. 9 a 10d1-. Y. It. �?T5 12d 9 13i6d9 is a i i a to prices subject to changes of the Market with out notice. Terms a four months credit for approved Mtnor Noralla Nurul. I i Seipt of invoice. A i a. O . or nov 23 Southampton. New y Ork dec21southamptonnew y Ork America. Auction sales. Rms a. Ole Laid auctioneer it 53 fifth Street. Dry goods boots shoes and clothing at auction a on tuesday afternoon and Hall auction House 66 fifth Street will be bold to close consignment a Quantity of dry Good embracing Dresa goods and shawls boots and shoes balance of City retail store. Also a Quant qty of clothing together with Balmoral skirts embroideries handkerchiefs a. Furniture carpets Queens Ware a at auction thursday non ing at 10 of clock at sales roam 66 fifth st. N. B. Persons having articles in the above line to dispose of will please Send in on or before wednesday. Gum Hose 40 feet Long nearly new and in Good order for Sale at a bargain. Books at auction on wednesday evening july 27tb, at 8 of clock at my Ole land a auction House 66 filth Street will be sold a Quantity of books comprising English and German works. Guitars violins. Ac., at a on wednesday evening july o clock at my Clellands a auction la fifth Street will be sold two gulfs Martins make Cost la six Roe Volt a a flute and one Tenor drubs of v gee Penn Street property the three a quot a a rooms no u _ front of 20 feet c e Eccl Brewers Alley. The above is an excellent location for manufacturing purposes. Enquire of t. A. Al Clelland a a 55 fifth at. Chicago Wool Market. Chr Beer during the week some heavy sales of Wool of which we note a Sale of 60p.too As Wisconsin fleece Wool at prices a Nauru f 0 1 10 f a a fat 00 90 7 uth interest. Of leap �4es have been affect no principal Leto if to the want of nones May still be taken As a fair indication of the 11 Resen t cond 1 tion of the Market. These Are fair quotations of present values the a Ihrkey amp moderate la Active and firm. We our tel it . .1,0001,05 medium fleece. Of sit factory tub washed. 1 Fisi in coarse fleece,.,. A _ "7jj� x -rfc�?,1 iii tobacco Warkel the Bales fat the a Ehon pcs to Day Anio tint a to 281 a kids. Ai the Fickett warehouse the prices ranged from $9 of for the. -w9 50lor fair Leaf i Hhd at 30 of test 1 he prices at the ninth. Street a amp Rehua it from a ref tit a a tto nerf a. Ajo u. A it str saw from 10 000 to 68 24 for the bulk i and 1 at 42 06. The sales at the a a Moat Oain at me Yvoone Ware Kuhn la Ere a a ssh o-99 76,and atthe Louteal Vul wises varied Fromm oovb.4 l the and Hhd badly damaged wet at 5 60, and 1 and stems at partnership notice. A Ohk Klokk n Wilso mrs a highest Premium Loch st to a a sewing machines cheapest 8imple8t,. And Best Prino office and wholesale Emporium no. -27 1 Ifor st. A. I 1 u j v j a i 1have to fils Day Assoc Iatan i. With my h. A. Freyvogel in the door below Barut loot founder business Wiloh will to carried on in its various blanches at no. 160 water st Neil the firm Aad Tyle of in j. A Erlon too Pittsburgh july ,j664j Andes sign. Titookof158 1 and in amt Wau paper a together with a and variety Roi be a Low shades i we. Sumner amp co tui amp la al i 1 table on clothe t w5ifea 5l.a t o Sam trial assortment of fancy rings. Not lib of a a a Fra Wuh a Metal of. Dissolution of partnership pitch h t?�vhi1son�?T Wittst Burgh july is i804. Jy23-twd the in a us rom the 15th Day of i i a it i a a september have secure la i and every a do or Eland Safo Multi in found running at Largo Witbec muzzle will be taken up and kill it according to the provision of said ordinance. By order of the mayor y25-3t Samuel Long chief of police

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