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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - July 19, 1862, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian Banner a Satur ecaw5 j�lv1 la 1862. A Raiman. Jarata Pittsburgh july 19, 1802 i the War. The vitality of the enemy sex. Likibi Tedja it Clif a few weeks with wonderful vigor. Whether it is Forth of a spasmodic Energy Wutoh be tokens the desperation of a Case and which must you cease or whether it is a system of efforts which Oan be sustained is a matter to be yet Learned it will be Wise in our government to act upon the latter presumption. We have the Power if to shall put it Forth to crush out the Ratel Ion in a Short time and that the work has not Teda a Freddy done is because we underrated the Energy and resources of our foe we Are glad to see symptoms of awaking on the part of Ali old who control our affairs 5 they Are however yet beneath the demode the tip is. Prom Many places that the full quota of the new Call for 800,000 men will be forwarded. Still there is a slowness about the work. The Bills which have passed Congress providing for the confiscation of rebel property and authorizing the employment of1 the negroes by our Genera is in ail servile�work-,1 Atiq wholesome measures of Progress and the More so if a very Liberal interpretation will be accorded. But both these Bills must be extended. We have but Little Hope of a conclusion of the War till we become More in Earnest and earnestness is very doubtful till it shall be induced by suffering. This would intimate new reverses. A Trust that we May be spared this in fiction but if we would avoid it we must b e oat Feyhl he i ther to need it nor deserve itt there is a righteous ruler and if we would we must neither,.tir�ns-Gress his in Oral precepts nor neglect the Means of bin edit which he has ordained the Battles before Richmond were a sad reverse but not so bad As was at first supposed. The killed wounded and missing Are now Quot st id to be 10,400, and of these there pre 4,600 prisoners. Official reports May vary these numbers. The impression made against us abroad is one of the great Esi in Jiries we sustain next to the deaths and mannings of men but this May be More than made up by the new vigor called Forth was on the direct Road to . Capital the reinforcements he brought up not Only cheeked us but made our position untenable. Our new position Baa some advantages but they Are connected with delay. The movements of Gen. Pope Are not yet fairly indicated. There seems to be a purpose to concentrate the armies in his command that is a the armies of Banks Mcdowell and Seigel late Fremont a and to move it Strong Force toward Richmond from the West. This will be hazardous. It will be difficult to keep supplies at the a necessary distance by Inland transportation. But Good it generalship and adequate numbers Oan succeed. We. Trust that generals Mcglellan and Pope will work together Atud that never again will two of the enemy s armies be permitted to Combine in an attack upon one of Olirs. Gen. Hax Edkis is Likely to have much work Jet to do. Part is still at Corinth part at Memphis and part a Ruells corps at or perhaps at chata Sooga. There is a vast country there to guard and armed bands Are committing great depredations. A Murphreesboro has fallen into the enemy a hands and Nashville is in Gen. Curtis is retreating in Tennessee Bei a cd a a of amp signed 3li this is the largest Iron plated vessel we have i111 the gonstru�fte4jfate-Thwwo-ithiijds a a a for plate Jig in Tatnen Ylfen aged m screwing on the remainder. The machinery is in such a state of forwardness that the engines were tried on the fuday. A Large Force is gun oar Anne for the Pivot guns. Engaged in completing the Interior and gun Nagem Kew from Lre Navy a and arts or amp fat a a an Caqaj to fiend i it 7f-Oinn Imit a a uni us a wot but i was Plo amp Feibing. 7t m stat Taij 6rft� not Vicks Mumm taken last eco the Wori the Chai new Orlea #b1�s being Weff cared for by Genll tiler it the rebel govern or of j1 Nola. N ire i he i u "4 ill �1 i ill i Louisiana now hails from Opelousas As is he qty him tip a it re us of Auk Leo ill Uxa a Ewi fed capital. My Ato Btry f a it by a i. mobs to mpg de for some time by the enemy. He is greatly strengthening its fortifications. We have enough on glands for a time and Are not Likely to engage in assailing any new place till Richmond is taken and Tennessee and the navigation of the Mississippi Are made for the presbyterian Banner. Supplementary 1 my. Editors a in my Yery Haty sketch published in your last of the late or. James s. Woods. I unaccountably omitted the name of his son William Woods esq., who is a graduate of College and for several years has sustained a High est Rao ter As a Christian and a successful teacher of youth m the Academy at Shade Gap. A. A o Fheo logical i it a the current . M the Achfary Contro-1 few ave taken he set Abby and a presbyterians. Civil Wai matter vets to Tho Ridge such a st jct As to Sei admiration for of All _ the professors at Chicago Are so Faras we know acceptable to the Hole North West. As to or. Halsey woh be never heard any prejudice1 against him and or. Lords course a the present a a amps of Publio affairs is a part of the his a by of the times we rejoice in the Good which god brings out of evil m this ease As in a All others. Let every one frown upon any future attempt to revive past platform. U f a a arts re Ittye Chikow of Kepu Bohoan members of Congress the was adopted with a few dissenting voices resold that a Riold it to duty of it All Loyal Rae Uio stand Hui the Union an this hour of its trial to unite their hearts and hands m Earnest and patriotic efforts for us Matt finance against those who Are in against it to sustain with determined Resolution our patriotic president and his administration in their most energetic efforts for the prosecution of the War and the preservation 6f the Union against its enemies at Home and abroad a jt9 punish -trai10s so crush tolf amp to Ftp it they received from Twe rebel office is having charge of them while they were held Caps Tive kid and humane so Dif Erent from what hey bad anticipated that to Tufis 1 actually sure rib no to themselves. A. West Point is occupied by neither but Yorktown is not Only m it our Possession but strongly fortified and strongly garrisoned while its safety is gendered doubly sure enee of three gunboats. R. 1. The fortifications on Gloucester Point opposite Yorktown have been partially demolished and their gui/3 either removed or spiked1 it Abd than blown to pieces. A my Letos a. .wity-f-.-.&Quot. Few that meeting in new York. A a an. Immense meeting of the York w4s held on the a pfc in Union 8$ the numbers were estimated at 50,000 to loj Iljoo. Four stands were erected and occupied by spelt Quot Quot a i Aat Ethu Siam was manifested. Rego and Ltd Epson with Fittim the present wicked and Causeless rebellion that no Flag of disunion shall wer again be raised Over any portion of the Republic. _ that to this end we invite the cooperation of a a All men who love their country in the Endeavor to rekindle throughout All the states such patriotic fires As shall utterly consume All who strike at the Union of our fathers and Hll who sympathize with their treason or palliate their guilt. The president on emancipation the following Ines Sage rom the president was sent into Congress on. The 14th. I fellow Ott Zens of the Senate and. House of. Repro 1 Septa Tives. Herewith is the draft of a Bill to compensate any state which May abolish slavery within its limits. The passage of which substantially1 As presented i respectfully and earnestly recommend. 11. Signed Abraham Lincoln. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled that whenever the presi Denti of the shall be satisfied that any state shall have. Lawfully abolished slavery within and state either immediately or gradually it shall be the duty of the president assisted by the Secretary of the Treasury to prepare and deliver to such state an amount of six per cent interest bearing Bonds of the United st neb equal to the aggregate value at do arg per head of Fiji the a Sves within such state As were reported by the census of the year one thousand eight Hundred and sixty the1 whole amount for any one a state to be delivered at once if the immediate or in equal annual instalments if it be gradual interest to be Given running on each Bond at the time of delivery and not before and i be it further enabled that if any state having so received any such Bonds should at any time afterwards by Law tolerate slavery within its limit contrary14 a the not of abolishment upon which such Bonds shall have been received said Bonds so received by said state shall at Onoe be null and void a in whose Soever hands they May be and such state shall refund to the United states All interest a which May have been paid on such Bonds. A l l 1 Edgehill new Jersey. I leaving a few Days ago,.the1-�?ocity of Bratli Ely love a a flying trip soon brought us to the far famed and justly celebrated Village of Prince ton n. J., with All its internal Beauty and Rich surroundings. Hallowed associations Cluster around it after years of absence As we passed along its Shady streets and gazed upon its Noble Ana edifices we were impressed afresh with its classic history and its intellectual and moral we drank at those fountains of influence How Many streams have issued thence into every land to make glad a a the City of our May their blessings be multiplied an a a bundred Fomo and even unto la a a thousand generations a j j but the special object of our trip was a visit to and by it we were much refreshed and gratified. Its beautifully shaded and ample Yards and play grounds its spacious and comfortable apartments the order Contentment and happiness of its Domestic arrangements the thoroughness and accuracy of its instructions and above All the Znoj al and religious influence that pervades the entire institution in its careful oversight its family altar a Bible class prayer meetings and strict Observance of the Sabbath and the Sanctuary were All highly Satis factory. A and we could not h Elp but agree with the remark previously made that it is a a Christian school and Home of the highest character a a grand Desideratum of anxious parents. A from our acquaintance with the excellent principals of this school and our Brief examination of its advantages we can fully concur with1 both the professors m the theological Seminary and the faculty of the College at Princeton a in recommending the Edgehill i Choli As eminently worthy of the patronage of the and May it Long prove a Rich Blessing to the Church and the. World. Vlatos. Pope new it lotions were adopted sustaining the govern my amp to and urging., vigorous prose mop of the War. Also Deolar Lill that foreign interference must be resisted most Stern or the of Yirgu Niaz a add pm iof Gen. To the officers aha soldiers. Washington july 14 a the following a dress has just Beed issued to the off Iofeta and of a Diers of the of Virginia _ by special assignment of the president of the United states 1 have assumed he command of this . I have spent two week in learning your whereabouts your condition and your wants in preparing you for Active operations and m placing you in positions from which you can act promptly and to the purpose these la Bora arc nearly completed and i am about to join you m the Field. Let us understand each other. I have come to you from the West where we have always seen the backs of our enemies from an whose business it to seek the adversary land Tapat him whare he was found whose policy to attack Hud not to defend. In but Ona Case has , to place our Western in a defensive attitude. I presume that i have been called Here to pursue them and to Lead you against the enemy. It is my purpose to do so and that speedily. I am sure you Long for an Opportunity to win the distinction you Arfe capable . That Opportunity i shall Endeavor to give you. In the meantime i desire you to dismiss from your minds certain phrases which i. Am sorry to find Vogue amongst Yon. I hear constantly of taking Strong positions and holding them of lines of Retreat a and a basis of supplies. Let us discard such ideas. A a the strongest position should desire to occupy is one from which he can most easily Advance against the enemy. Let us study the probable lines of Retreat of our opponents and leave our own to take Oare of them amp a Tes. Let us look before us and not behind. Success and glory Are in the Advance and disaster and shame Lurk in the rear. Let us not on tills understanding and. It is Safe to predict that shall be inscribed with Many a. Glorious deed and that your names will be dear to Yoor countrymen forever. _ signed , a a major general commanding to a 1 new Orleans and Viola from new Orleans to the 26th five Days lat re have Boon received. There is Little news ofom Portano general issued an order directing All the Banks in the department to make a return to Headquarters of a All sums due to them from the rebellious states and All sums due to the state of Louisiana or state Affia ers and the to checks or drafts a Hall paid without a permit from him. The Price of floor had advanced to $24 per bbl., and Gen. Shepley the Provost Marshall had in consequence issued an order fixing the Price of bread. There was quite a stir m the Cotton Market and advanced prices had brought Forward a Iqal which had been hidden away for a eat or Mere. A it apis. A Jorder from Gen. Butler prohibits masters of vessels from taking Dolored Parsons away from the City hinder penalty of impris4rfin�iit?5nd a con boat Ion. A to a Union meeting which the Delta denominated Large and enthusiastic was held on the night of the 21st. It f from Memphis Memphis july 12 a gun Grant Lias issued an order requiring the families of All persons con noted with the Confederate or government to leave the City within five Days or take an Dath have not and will not Fursh information to the enemy. This sweeping order issued in canse Quence of it the constant communication Between persons in the rebel and their friends Here. T n or of a if i �i1. I Uit. Vii to i Bijj. Recent news from England shows Liat there a still a great disposition am ii the aristocracjl1 to interfere in it won fee of Weir Delight to Divide our country i and destroy republican1 institutions. It in these things our people will Sec the necessity of a vigorous prosecution of the War.--, a it .t-4- a r. 1 a a in the House of lords on the 80th nit lord Brougham who was almost inaudible in the reporters a gallery called -attention4 to the civil War Nam Erica Chioti he deeply deployed and the consequences of which were now. Being Felfe. All Over the civilized world. At the same time he thought it impossible for. Her majesty a government to interfere but he expressed an Earnest Hoph that the american people would Thein selves see the by tidal character of the contest 111 which they were engaged and come , amicable arrangement before they entirely All enacted from them the feelings of respect a and of the order has can used considerable excitement _ refugees from Helena say tie enemy on the lotion with which they had hitherto been re 4th, 500-Strong, attacked 1 Gen Curtis Adan tit but were utterly routed i col. Fitch was still at st. Charles. It is reported that he had a Sharp skirmish in that Vicinity with the rebels. The latter were routed. Affairs at Rahmond. Baltimore july 14.�?the american of this afternoon says a i a i Kitwe learn from or William airy of this 01 to who escaped from Richmond on tuesday last that the rebel troops in and around the City prior to the recent Battles were estimated at from. 217,000 to 220,000 Large reinforcements from the direction of Petersburg had been arriving for the previous ten Days ,which were said to be from the coast but he could not Asce Tain whether any portion of them a were of by a a regard a . They arnved by1 the Railroad and were marched around the City during the night toward Hanover court House. A a a. A gunboat on the plan of the. Mem Etc though much smaller is rapidly approaching completion at Richmond though great difficulty is expend coed in obtaining Iron for hex Armor. The obstructions in James River were consider ably Jiya Kenedy by the recent Darling greatly strengthened. And the batteries Are Iron Clad. The Bridges which were destroyed by general Mcclellan 111 the Vicinity of Hanover court House j have not been reconstructed. Tufeg forces had,,.� it was thought toward Fredericksburg and it _ was said he would again strike a blow in the i Valley the Cannon captured during the recent Battles were All brought into Richmond numbering about 23 pieces some of them howitzers and three fled guns 7 they were All l ghypi�ee�,.-an�?~d with the exception of the howitzers and one eng Lish gun were sent to the foundry to be recast the rebels having no shells to fit the rifled Cannon. Hot a single siege piece , and much Surprise was expressed tha f Mcclellan had succeeded in getting them All off j a. Washington. July 11.�?the accounts brought by the presi a Dhoti al party from the Headquarters of. The. Army of the Potomac give a cheering View of a the condition of affairs in. That Vicinity and represent that the. Entire loss on. Our. Part m the recent Battles does not exceed 11,000 stragglers Are constantly returning the enemy a loss is no doubt exceedingly larger than ours-1 Preston Kings Bill for the enlistment of negroes which the. Senate debated this afternoon was approved by every member of the military committee before introduction. It liberates All slaves so enlisted. Garrett Davis introduced an exceedingly stringent Bill punishing All who1 have in any Way give Aid or Comfort to the rebellion even by expressing a wish for its Success to their friends by Fine or.imprisonment., j i there is a better feeling in Washington today existed for. Aono nth. The threatening controversy about the �employment4 of slaves win be reconciled by restricting that service to working on entrenchments cooking and other fit employments that will relieve White sol doers. To this form of their employment everybody Iggy . S Fth e president and the news he brings inspire Universal satisfaction. The president-1 finds the rumours of losses in the late fights greatly exaggerated. The soldiers Are in excellent spirits confident of Victory and clamouring already to ohs led again upon the return wave Quot of Hope and courage has again set in and All the Power of Thev Republic is about to it be thrown against m crushing Force. In the Senate,,4thfe Biu to authorize the Secretary a of the Navy is accept fhe title to league Island below Philadelphia was passed with am amendment directing Ai previous Survey of the Harbor of hew London and of Harragan sett Bay to ascertain their relative excellence for the location of a naval depot. Roth houses a this week passed an . Retrenchment Bill which will save 1 1.000.000 nor Anfinn. A its a Iii $10,000,000 per annul a yesterday it be House after it a spirited debate. A Olin of. , in Skvor a outs of a again st it Laid 01 and on them 1 learning Froin Kiver. A. Humanity of a it bes Monroi july 12 a the mail boat life Baker brought Down last evening Twenty four rebel prisoners who have recently been Cap tured by our reconnoitre eng. Joan Joy an officer of the Michigan 5thregiment who is one of who eap Gefrom the Baltimore st fire a Pital yesterday that the Between. Or. Or. Mph Ersoff a a table a Senate Bill to increase the staff of corps add division commanders. It involved about $300,000 per annul additionalepqnsq., a n it is understood a that previous to the late Bat ties before Richmond Gen Mcclellan arranged for a general Exchange of prisoners and that Gen. Dix instructed to consummate the a a same under a Flag of truce1 a.--1 of. Volunteers Gen. Pope now in command of the department of Yir Gima a brigadier general my the angular vice Gen. Wool promoted. July 12 a Provost marshal doctor has notified v the proprietors of All the concert and drinking a saloons m Washington that the practice of employing girls to a wait on the guests must be discontinued within three Days under penalty of a having their establishments closed. Gen. Isaiah Seymour memorable for sharing with Gen Anderson m the defence of fort sump ter promoted by Gen. Mcclellan to j command of of the. Captured Gen. Mccall. To appointment could be More judicious or More richly merited. It could Only be. A improved by the president giving the rank of major general along with it. Or. Clark,.of new. Hampshire from tha Mittee of conference on the confiscation Bill made a report which after a debate was agreed to yeas 27, nays 13, so the Bill stands passed Only needing the presidents signature to make it Law. The Ohio Bridge Bill with a Span of three i Hundred feet passed both a oases Quot. -5 the Senate Liaa repealed the Bill for military. Railroads through Kentucky a nto Rast venues a see connecting with Cincinnati the House had repealed it Bome time ago july 15�?great uneasiness is Felt at the War department about the recent advises As to it the rebels plans and the Secretary has information that the rebel chiefs at Richmond have issued orders to their armies of Assenie the aggressive at certain Points ithe recent movements of the a rebels m the West is supposed to be in Accord Ance with this plan u Quot it ill s the Grenada Appeal states that the 7th tonnes see regiment went in the Roshmond fight three Hundred Strong and Cen me 01r without one of. Festive Man. -.1 r -. Al Flora the armies ofgus. Hair Eek and Gratis. St. Louis july 15.�?dispatcheb, to the Mili i tary it author Mes say that Gen about 14,000 . , ark., where they Are resting at present information from print to thursday says that Gen. A Fleck was to Ere . The various divisions of his Are in excellent condition a and eager for . A a s us Bragg has about 40,000 troops at Tupelo and. Some 35,000 More Are at Holly Springs and other places. Their movements Are said to indicate offensive operations. A a a a a a a a a a rebel admissum., _ 1 Baltimore july 12 a the Richmond dispatch of the 7th and 8th inst., which were received by the ame Caty this morning admits that Gen my Clellan has. Secured the safety of his it in 1 a most masterly manner. The number of Federal prisoners is 4,600. They Are confined in the tobacco Ware houses., Gay by the great european nations. In the House of. Commons on. The same even ing or. Hopwood asked if the . Tended to Ake any Steps to Endeavor to put an end to the civil War in Americast a i a a a r a ,���1 a a Ejlif of a lord Palmerston Saia the government were deeply sensible of the sufferings now prevailing1 in the manufacturing districts. They a know that those privations were great and that those who bore them had endured them Ullh the most Hev Roic fortitude and patience doing the greatest possible credit to their understanding. The persons who. Were enduring such Quot sufferings knew that4 their privations not result from any bad. Legislation or from any misconduct on the part of the Scye raiment of the country but from circumstances in other countries. A Over which the government had no control. He wished it was in the Power of the government to take any Steps to afford Relief but the House would see that any interference might tend to the aggravation of the suffer nos of. Those who were now Quot experiencing such great privations. With regard to any offer of mediation he had no doubt whatever that both her majesty a government and that of the Etc Perot of the French would be delighted to. Avail themselves of ony Opportunity that appeared to offer fair Prospect that such a step while the. Parties Ware so much a i cited with anger and resentment against each4 other would be if at any time there should he a fair opening for any sort of step which might be Likely to meet with the acquiescence of the it Artiea it would not Only be but a great pleasure to her majesty a govern ment to take advantage of Ric a a. A meeting of operatives has a been a held at Blackburn for th�1 purpose of petitioning Para ment Quot m it Faroh of mediation in Amanca a but Strong. Opposition was evinced and finallythe1 , moved As an amendment was earned it. Resolved that it is the duty of the government to use. Every influence compatible wit the. Maintenance of peace for the settlement of the. J m i i 4 it i i american Ai Mcnulty by reassuring the Confidence of the planters in the Poncy of Quot president lln1 Coin a and the reorganization of american 4 i a r Jim the i times in a Leader in a if incan affairs says. ,.,rrr-�? a. A a i44 four main armies have advanced into Confederate territory half a dozen expeditions have fastened themselves on the coast a yet we Quot South remains unconquered. It is iat the. Federr is can Only effect their purpose by. Gigantic expenditure far More lavish than that of the past twelve months what becomes of the famous 4declaration ,�?T of the theory that government derives its pqwerspfrom., the Tousent of the governed. The North now talks of Conquest confiscation and Miu tary Cal omes with ail the readiness of an austrian com mandant but in Esb the Norych can see that Tihe Only policy which is agreeable to Wisdom and Justice to to let fhe South go peaceably,.it Rusti bring evils untold in. Itself us and on every european . 1 the same journal iif1 an article on the future Supply of Cotton says 4 n-4�? a a a a a a it a a i Iii 44 if All which should have been Dene in order j to meet the threatened falling off in the sup is of itself Andi not upon the government that the manufacturing interest thou id charge the fault and Fivos itself and not from the government that., the manufacturing it Ernest should look for a Rea Iedy a $ r 1 f 1 a tote . Criticizes ther position of affairs in America at the departure of the Fer Sta in a Strain anything but encouraging for the National a cause. A it says a 4 o. V v�?�-1 1,4 the Clouds Are beginning rapidly to collect Over the. Fed aval cause. Each it succeeding mail tells us of fresh reverses sustained by the armies m which the North placed their greatest Confidence. Even up the a a Seropi where Tiu new. The federal1 troops had Only to make their appearance m order to re a sure vicf.dry, fhoy1 have met with a Quot although hinted to Gate a e. Of no important victories gamed by th6i South Are conveyed by this Nail to us str Unm Staka a ble proofs Are afforded that the energies of Tjie North Are becoming. Rdpidlylexhau�tedx�nt<1 he present vim Jiri. after pointing put the repent achievements Kjof the confederates m Virginia the Post concludes As follows. A ii a. P.,. A 44 thus at thei close of the Spring Campaign the confederates have. It orgy. Which unabated and by a skill that unsurpassed not least Joy a a a of do do to compelled the immense armies destined Fer thei cd quest of Virginia to. F.?ease. tips and ,tfemsely.e8with.acjlig r a Jln the City article of the Baily n a amps it is remarked a a. T41 the Ameis can news is Das Porf Cefis a lug an almost indefinite pm Stoner Tient of up Are a and referring to the Cotton crisis remarks that 4t the total Stock of Cotton in thei port of Liverpool is now so Small to a the Mills of seat Htam alone could Quot cons time the whole Der at full time it is a tilt Able that the about ,2qjpei which had occurred during the past we Kun tie Price of Cotton will proven signal for the closing of a Large number of establishments in the Quot manufacturing ?.h list is-1 the following shows that Che Lengli in Fri ssh is not Talmin favor of Winter Vert Tott Quot a of mud to Froik the Bondii saturday 72t�i Laid june-24 a it is Well that a the plan �of4 a j out Mediati Orf Between the american belligerents faded even. In a fore Iti was formally proposed Thrupp Cugat would have been objectionable even if the time had1 been moff Popof tue for j Pacific begot Ial tons and in the present temper of the Northern 4 population Safiy amicable settlement seems to be oud of the question1 f a even however if an Early peace were intrinsically possible and to my Yowh offer of mediation would have involved serious dangers. J a. War with Federal America would cos More than1 Many crops of Cotton ars Worth. It would Quot be a Grid Send to Zeilous politicians we Mcwill shortly have to find an. Excuse or. Their reckless encouragement if tie National plus Ion Aud. The an a palsy which it would . And almost justify would for Many generations a of event the Esta blink mad of a solid and durable a be Peixi it when a rup Ture Pepi Ped almost after the seizure of the Trent prudent men deep y regretted. The necessity of a c conflict which was certain and wound Eire Lood a a was professedly waged for the establishment of southenl1 Independence would be still Moreau vicious and it would not my ply. Nna Unity at Koyiol. Lit is impossible that England should establish ii maintain negro Sno Jneane follows that Ali Alliance with a pm a pity would imply any4favor-tb the institutions which might be incidentally assisted but theft negro hating North a Btu cd Eph Pohs fiercest denunciations. Of the abolitionists against a. Power which connected a Tiffin with to he insure Ehl slave against Mitch loss acid obloquy it in t easy to set off any counterbalancing a air Vantage whicfi1 would make a Afee Naii Quot War Pedi Euti. A i -Iiun--,-it-.deii in Quot us. It at East of Alt would it be profitable of France into a struggle which would Joe cd amp warily be controlled by. Alien coins Els .and., motives. Joint action in War is Noi recommended a the experience of recent a wars the the crime m Ohto a or in. M Atco. A Good Faith-vtnd4� Friendly feeling Are it not efficient Security for a lasting Community of in i rests9nji.1t might 8ujt the purpose of Franice make peace or to continue the War against the. So and opinion of the Jeu Glish government. On the whole it is better1 not of engage in Quot an Uncertain partners put .is1 inexpedient to under-1 take the gratuitous duty of coercing the a americans into. Commerce. And it. Is not a even desirable to offer or. To undertake a mediation who Chi. Flight probe ably end in an armed intervention by England Rand . A -4 Lafayette Board of trustees of Lafa Yutz a poll Tige a Tandari adjourned to Riold the annal Meeng. M fhe brain or Churchy Baston a on tuesday the 29th Daj of Jniya inst at 11 of clock a \ 1 s m Andrews,1 Secretary a i a i 4 to us 1 a or a 1 1 ,4 ie�1 a i no it .3 Pittsburgh Market. R r. In a it i a it of 1 i wednesday july.16,1862j-j v Petla Ordinary Purow Sjo Ai a a a a. A apples�?$225 bbl beaks prune White $1.50 per Bushel. B Acon shot Uldera. 4uc, Alft the. 6cv�ibr/ once Roll a pc $ in Ohlf Ciser Western rest Rve la. I lg98�?10c per Dover feathers prune Western 45c. La. A i fils do Rye Shortt 60c. Cwt Mittl Siigri 75c. I Flotz re Lii tin $4.3d@4.40 extra ,615-fancy,. A ,. ,.grain who Atka Latucky Hill �$10s 1 Oats 28@83c per nah. A. A. ,. I grocery Iise Coffee goos rj22 423c sugar,10� lome Rice 8 a 8j/�c, molasses Flop i i hay�?fllr3.oo@lf.0oton, at Scales. A. A Lari �?7 of 1 it me lout Eville from store is 25 Jer bbl r a potatoes Tiea Hannock. Boc. Mixed 45c. Per Bush. , $160 al i eds Clove $3 753 80 Timothy $165 flax 1stearine�?$ amp i tallow rough 5c. Country rendered. 6c� Siedal Jefferson Board of tastes will meet of Leoday Liq .4th. Of August at 10 it of clock a. M. The members Aro requested to be punctual in 41 a tips mcgllo0gh, secy ? the annual Ami amp Enbe ment will Tako Placo at Jeffer Leonx Colfe on wei>2�esday� the 5th of Auguat. Exer cases tq.commooicaat.9 a the a a est in ,. It a a a a a a it a a a a a a t i. I Iti Ras world. ,. A. F a i Wiiiiam a Batchelor a celebrated hair Eye produces a color not to be distinguished from Natrigo warranted not to injure the Quot hair in the least a erne ies Ttye 111 Effeora of bad dyes arid a a Gorp a jes the hair for life it Grey red for Rusty hair a Insun by turns it splendid or. Brown leaving the hair soft and. Beautiful. Sold by All druggists 10 r 4 j of a a i a m3f the of ctr Uirt sub signed1 to Pulliam %. By to Telor month four a det a attach boy it. I off t1 a a it. Fagtorxip31bascl�r1stbexr,1l�rxw to Sig. Ltd. Late 233 Broadway Aid-16 Bond Street r Junt c sir, 246ipehnv Btry Etc attend w All branches of-theif��ta.1 proof Safe a feb by i to l a wifi. Forrest Carpenter and Joiner jobbing shop Yirgu Alley Between Smith in old Street it and a Jerry a4iey.11 Auk adds of House on Short notice .and4 , manner. Charges. Moderate leave your orders. All orders promptly attended to. 3ys-2m sea i Vij. A a a. A in i my on thursday Quot Juty 3d, by Rev John h Sheri Rah air roeer3j�h,.reedy, to miss a a Ifni Jackson both of Rmstrong county Phi. Julyo3d, a Rev. A my Gau Jiey or. David Christy to Vii is Iuo Jiel. Hamilton All of wheat Moreland county to. 1, Quot it i a it on the 1st inst., by Rey. So. Jennings d.d., or William s Linton to miss Sarah e Seaton All of Allegheny Nunly by Frev. T. A Leason in the morning of the 23d--o f june or. Hmm to a Mcnan to miss Rebecca Jane Patton both of Clarion copay a. ,. V,. A ton the styx inst.,. By Rev. ,? assisted by Rev a o Rockwell Hon John p Penny to mrs Margaret Jane Quito both of Pitte Burgi 1 a f a i j at Fillmore jump 5lh, Fly Rev j b Dickey Matthew Julna Tufto Savaire Bills All of in Diana county a Onilhfef-24th lilt at a Thev Hooke of . Jozif Boyd Mendon by Rev or Patterson or David Wal a to miss a Hil daughter of tym,4mc-master, All of. Westmoreland county. A it it i Lait j on thursday july 3d, by Rev. S p a maid or. to off both of re pm land Venango county,. on . Matey or Henry Habbison. Henry to mrs. Elizabeth a. Ulman a i sir Clibur Chiue. A on Tho same Day or Isaac-4hn.nia�d to mi6s Laviva j Minns Curlly Hue -1. I 1 in Jim film township Allegheny cod no al pa., Lutyi Astvat the Hoffine of the in Ndem so to flier by Rev of Wilson or it jambs a Watson to miss Emmaj Jesien , place. 4 july 3d, by Rev. M. L. Wortman or a James foes the to mys Jan a both Well All of Allegheny county a i l id / to 1 Dpi j Imil Tad. Mim will. Til. I axfo�.vcsiris�11�dl�l� to a Lff he Vail fir. A Rifle it off a pm Tura Aftim j al a at Annas Job is a Hospital 1 june 14th,1 from a �w<9md,, ,,of44vfair a i p v 1of a v. Ana h. Dav of Mckeesport pa., aged19 years 2 months and .18 Days o4 p an of nip Fogt p. 1 to i j t died in ire Allegheny county a july2d, after4-� pain fail Andjel Ingerma ill the death of the righteous. i Elm it tip Ai n of r i 4 to to debt Feln Mike sport i Iii 24th, 1 of of Evert Ai beg to a al go do he 63d.11, id Tsoi of a. Char l?�1faumaged.a ont 22 years Chi i a died in Franklin,,5 jutyf2d>,8621 Willie a Tjoseph of Farid Maggie a Fleming �gedj8 Nontha and 25 Days Pic a t l Imaal i if if a a noid Etc jejune a 2mh Lii Tfir 28th of Quot his age Octal Fra county Ohio 4 a a or. I a hurts consistent Melber of a Unity. 5 Jim a it 1 tcliiff8hf frederroksburg4 Ohio-44 ? a Iti it rfcs Rigosi Jdied-7-Uue 88th, Parmenas a a s j it j <1 gift a a lil t i a died�?ijtuife7i 2qth inf flier it 51st4 year i j Ane a ar.nh1 la. I wife of Alexander it of cd j9 i us a Jln Ain 0ne, supper in her usual i health mrs Kyj was called to resign her spirit to to hts a god Vic gave it. Quot she was Emp hero a Unity Church, All the relations of we acted twill Ihen Parl i a Loving wife Tfaitfi-1 in Lomott Era a Kinin Sleigh or Tian no wonder it her loss is severely Felt. Quot her pastor and a his fit Molly will-long1 remember hw1 quiet acts of kindness and Meneou a a Ems a to a Ste has her be wed for her is faithful who hits said v borne by Modl i it ai74ifkh6 for inherit Tiff Bjes amp ill via la a a a one a unto Nie Ltd a al it st amp Jolt 1/ Llu la roblow hit old Fri 9ili 1ed��?onjrthe ti6tfil of Junis 1862�mimr Thomas Black i ithe 31st year of fits last Fau the. Enlil Tledni i it behalf of his beloved cajun try. He proved himself4 a Christian Patriot he not ,1 leave his Rehg Iofi at Home. He earned it Wilho him and Anada use of id a nce the Demora Hzag in flip fences a of the4 Camp not harm no. His Saviour stood by him and a Quot Reserve a nm.lil4 �4�?1bdl. It _ at Yorktown his healt Kiegan to give Way Der the hardships and exposures which Heriss endure. Noticing after in breathed out fast Nii it i4-liinlphiqtty1? one Osaw Hin the a y before h3�?Tdied a a he was rec try Resit red 0 Hbl skid that the1 prospects heaven were so bight that he he and Sirh i. V a. Of a Quot i. Tyi another of his j attendants 44 he pitied is his Brothers Lait and William who we re Lef behead. He wanted to depart and be. With Christ. How Happy thus to depart from Earth yet All a a Holove Christ shall blessed. F forr is Christ to die gain a. Died on the 1st Day of july 1862, after an illness of five Days mrs Ett Phemia wife of j. A my Kostrey ruling elder m the Church of Malam lll., the 27thyear of her age. A it thus was out Down suddenly froth vigorous healt Hwd m the Irie Riviau of life one who was 4 esteemed most by those who knew her beef. She la Kab a a husband and six children1, a one an meant of five Days and a Large Circle of friends to sorrow Over their loss. She made a profession of in life and a showed that it was not an empty profession. Her Reli a Gion not Manifest itself m noisy outward show but in its deep silent Power m the soul and in its steady outworn kegs m the last illness her Light shone with Peculiar Beauty and clearness. The summons Wab sudden it yet she was ready. . And burning her Trust was firm land unwavering to the last.,.it is. Expressed. Most str Kegly which she requested to have Sung beginning t 1.11 god the Spring of ally Joya a she seemed for finny hours before her release a to a be waiting desirous to depart at one time,4 when looking up As if into the spirit world she said /4 o How bight Quot come come.�?�during&Quot the singing of1 the hymn Quot she a seemed Quot to fall asleep and upon waking she said 441 am Here a Little. Time after she said4 441 thought i was going while you were singing and Quot to Quot thought i was passing away so sweetly but i must suffer a Little longer i do not know Why it i unless it be to try she commended her Little ones in prayer to a covenant keeping god with a calmness earnestness and Faith which Are known to those Only who Are very near the great White throne. For her to die was unspeakable Gam. A a. B. s is Noe writing the above the infant referred to has died and was buried in Tho same grave with its Mother. Be their dust sleep quietly the morning of the Resur i Reo Tion. -. a died on saturday May 10th, on Long Island Allegheny county,4 pa., after a a Short ill Ness Jimr . Cornelius in the 25th1 a year of his age. Obeis above notice was a worthy member of the presbyterian to Church of Llong. I isl Addi. He song Hithe a lord in the morning-of1 life and go be Good evidence that he had a found. A Impf Ever Lanty Desty and retiring yet there she okie Forth in his deportment Many of i to lose graces which Quot adorn and beautify the chistian character in his death the Church has lost a Dutiful a i tember his Young associates a a. True-hearted-4fnsnd. But especially will1 his loss be Felt bar his heart strife Ken ?"1 Mother Brothers a and Sisters we o now mourn Quot their sad bereavement but How Sweet the con.-1 elation they mourn not As those who have no Hope. That Saviour to whom he gave his heart in Early youth and whose Grace kept him to the end not leave him in the dark hour. In a. A 11 a t it a a Quot. I i ? a i. I co dance with the Promise a i will never leave if a a a a thee nor forsake thee a there Christ was a. Top it. Comfort and sustain. To an anxious Mother who sat Patching at his Side he said Juet before the spin Istook its flight a Mother there As no rest on Earth hut there is truly a a blessed Are the dead which die m the lord Ain a attention company a Toeup Teera. Who expect Jjo Reuy it their health unimpaired during the Campaign must Nee to it Alibi selves. Do not try it it to the surge�ne1 Supply Youia Elvee with hol-l3tkay s pills and of tab amp in Bovery to hah Sot Dierks Knapsack contains them. Only 25 cents per Box or pot i jyl2-lt 2i_ 21 fifth Trejet 4. Pittsburgh of 80,000 machines sold to tie United states i 4 4 5 f mor Ithan 20i000 sold 7h� past tsar. A d a it i to it 1. Uil a More Speerly in movement and More durable than any Otho Era machine. We give1 a null a obstruction a to Cable the Pur Chaser to sew Ordinary seam Tot Chheun Frlj. Ltd gather bad and tuck Alt on Tho same machine and warrant it for three 3 ears f Cut Cullars giving furnished Gratis on Apiu cation in person or by letter. ¿6� sowing machine Needles silk twist Cotton and Oil constantly on hand. We. Sumner al co. Pit a Burgh col lice. Jbv i c Pershing a a prs Sidon. A a i _ i a. ,. Best sustained College in4 the state. Fourteen teachers attendance last year 248�?T Superb i. Thorough and extensive course of study Tlle graphing and Organ Musio taught he Tyi dollars a per term for boarding Light amp a a fall term commences sep Tembek 2d Send to the pm silent for a catalogue.m. Simpson ? Angll by t i n a president . To judg Nihill sch Ojo l \ j a a pro go Lotf a a j a f i Bey. James p. Hughes a. My a it a Fri. 1 a ref. Thus. W. Gat Tell ,\nclpal8. This institution foun3e5ta 1829? to prepare toys thoroughly for at bus guess life. The a dings Are Largo and commodious and the grounds can Bif Ace More than thirteen acres both of the principal a a vote their whole time to the school Aid Odah the department instruction by competent a i a a a i it i pupils Are received at any time and charged Only from the d4tex>f adtn�80lbn. Ltd. W j ,. It. $12o.00.per five months a. Tor circus la is or further information odder Seither of the Quot principals ref ref cd is also mad Oto the Rev or cat Tell Sarfi Burg a a Fojto Opi Lite or to amp fee amp and Eeik or or pres ors i. J the theological Seminary a Princeton j r a is he for several year been intimately acquainted with the a of eve Tho Nas Carlell to has had charge Lof Awo of mins and i can wifely say i Haye Neven Kun own any one and div Ofton to a pupils to Havi re quark com nce. He is a Good scholar Oci teacher a a Jan pm no one who has a greater facility in gaining the love of hls4 scholars or who exerts ova i them a a bettor in a once. It Atn aware of the responsibility in speaking in such terms Vot of a teacher but Lach satisfied Lam doing nothing but wimple Justice to an excellent Man in using the Lah Guage which i have Here a la a j Chablis Hodges 1 pc have great Confidence itev.1 Jan Asp Hughes a a teacher both m his aptness to give instruction and Bis tact Ini the administration of discipline. I have had a two sons under his care and from the most careful observation l am free to recommend the. Eit Elhiu school As one of Safo and Rou Idun Striction Alexander t. My Gill jyi9 0mf h r a a elect classical school for in i ladies it 1 0 i Corner Leaver Street and South common of Legent City a t re t 1 l u i a mrs. E. A. A Mith i a principal. The a Ign of this school is to impart to Young ladies and Ompre Heneic and Christian education i aha Fec Luies f�r3a�comphsning which being every Ade the to the end a View. A Thedo cation is Iho most desirable , room Large and elegantly furnished num of pupils Emited and a everything talc plated to advan6e a b interests of the student a few you in Tel ladies will be accommodated with by Ard in family of the Rise k u to fifth Somi annual session commences on monday tember the Lily 0 i vhf s. Ger mrs. Mithra by permission i to the following Well known gentlemen most of whom Are or have a a been her patrons Viz g Brown Rev h Kendal ,da>., Rov. Thomas Sproal d.d., Rev. James Grier Rev Howard a dd., Rev. James t>4. Rov d we Preston d a re Henry it hitch cock d.d., president of Westminster Reserve College k b a Send for n circa Lar t Jolo 3u� i so a by Side Feut Aee Seminary 4 at Newburg Cumberland co a Rev Daniel Williams Andl Ady principals.terms1 per session of five months beginning sep re or Febry boarding Light $40.00 a it Quot tuition to.10.00 music Quot 1 17 to draw tug 1 a a Coo a for ancient Aud modern languages grecian and Oriental pm dung Needle work and vocal music see catalogue.,. Cd st la guest cart Tei Jiff the 3i��lpa4, by is to t Rev Daniel Williams t h Toh i to. I it a 1/ \ established 1845/&Quot perfected 1862. I or. Howe invites attention to the in Porta it a improve ments which he has recently made in his sewing machines which enables Beni to do a larger Range of work with less machinery less noise less trouble and More perfectly than any machine now before the Public. The no of stitch. Atid breaking of Needles so common Atid annoying in of incr machines w. Entirely done away yith in thelmia a Vii it Nowicz. No trouble m making any garment worn by male or female however delicate or heavy with silk Cotton or line threads on the same. Machine. We use a straight Needle and Tho stitch is elastic and alike on both sides. For shirt makers dress makers tailors shoe binders Gaiter fitters As Well As for every variety of family sewing the improved Howe machine now stands far in Advance of the machines of the Day and they will be told at a much less Price than any other Machino capable of dome the same Range of work in As Good a manner. No portion should think of purchasing a sewing machine without first seeing this the latest and greatest Triumph of the original inventor of the sewing machine. Of a Ltd. I r a a a a Quot a it persons at a distance order a machine with the manufacturers guarantee that it will Veach Thoni safely and prove every Way satisfactory. V a ����-.�?T. A few responsible agents Are wanted who find our terms Liberal. Send for descriptive catalogue of styles and prices and address the a Howe sewing machines ajune21-sm a 437 be Oliway new Yoek of a it ratio to. Wanted by a teacher of twelve years experience competent to Toach the classics and mathematics As principal or As fount teacher in some Good Academy Seminary or permanently established school male or female bit a ample preferred with a fixed yearly salary. Good references and testimonials will be give address a Friend a jun214t lok lox no 104, Pittsburgh p 0 Reading for the . Soldiers Camp Library. The american tract society 160�?~nassau Street new York Lias just issued a Beauty fail Library consisting of Twenty i tic volumes 18mo, enclosed in a Box at the Low Price of $3.0 among which Are a a general Havelock a a a capt. Hedley vicars a capt. Hammond a a a the Blue Flag a i Young Man trom Home a. Packages of 8,000 pages of select tracts at $2 00, Are up t up of Library when desired the soldiers pocket Library of Twenty five a volumes in flexible covers containing the soldiers text Book soldiers hymns the soldiers and Texas Story of Lucknow and other appropriate works $2.00. The american tract society Lias furnished Gratus Ousby Many hundreds to. Thousands of pages of j rata to the soldiers of Pennsylvania As Woli As others the friends of the soldiers arc availing themselves of the Opportunity of putting into their Handa these most valuable books. And there Are not a few kit Cafies where most Happy results have followed the truth they contain. A a a a a books carefully put up and forwarded As purchasers May direct. Address h n thissj2ll, agent. 1e7-1vno. Cha Stritt. A up put. Phil. We invite the attention of the Public to the Philadelphia. Quot housekeeping dry goods store. Where May be found a Large assortment of All kinds of dry goods required m furnishing a House thus saving1 the. Trouble usually experienced in Hunting such articles m con essence of our giving our attention this kind of Stock to the exclusion of dress and fancy goods guarantee Bun paces and styles to Awethe More Faven 4 Bio in the Market. Inst l Wen goods we Are a Able to give perfect satisfaction being the oldest est table shed then store in the City and having Leon for More than Twenty years regular importers from some of t Hebest manufacturers in Ireland. We offer also a Large Stock of flannels and muslims of the Best qualities to be obtained and at Tho very lowest prices. Also blankets , ticking Dan Jack table cloths and napkins towelling diapers. Huck backs table and piano covers damask and koreans lace and Muslin curtains Dimitres furniture Chintee window shadings. Ac., a John v a son j i u is w. Comer of Chestnut and seventh sts., f 3p36 Tai. A a. Hh�&Ltieb�Hia. Tit Jubenville female sem n7 Inary. Rev. Chas. C. Beatty d.d., ll.d., 1super intend int. Prof. A. M. Kid a.m., 1.i a principal. 1 1this school in Succo ssh do operation under the sine superintendence for More than thirty years it is Well and of amp Vor ably known. Tho design of its founders to institution on a fax Riston principles whose would be to give not Only thorough culture to the intellect but of Christ to the heart. A in this god has greatly blessed them. Danng its entire history Tho Savoj of the holy spirit has rested upon it. A a r ? Steubenville is remarkable amp of its situation. And is easy of Access from every Dir Colon by the and a Largo gymnasium has recently been added to its education apparatus pm. M a a it a. R terms. For session of five months beginning May of i a. A mity november j Leboard mgr Light amp a. A v ��60.0�o tuition.410 to 16.00 a two Bhide per dozen a .40 a music painting and modern . A the charges Are car Lbw As Tho Natoro of the Mccox mods tons afford of Wil 1 admit a i a a a. From these terms a deduction of fifteen per cont. Is made for the daughter of use Tymen and for any pupils that Are sent . A a a a a. 1 for particulars apply to the superintendent or principal. Ina&r8-6ma a. I. Ill he messianic witness. 1 a monthly publication 1 edited by 1e. D. Mac master. A a to vits end Taos j this cause came i Nta the a world that 1 Shoi ild Bear witness 0h�o the truth yes shall be witnesses Dunlo to f 1 a the subscriber a proposes in the City of a Cindy Datil la to be called he messianic wet Jess. In of to it Hijii i ijjty.7 a it is intended that Tho title of the work grounded on the words of i Flord which we have adopted of a legend. Shall indicate character its a amp in objects and its chief end. A in Nodi Chanel the we Nesb in ghmfpthe4church-with its -1 ministry is ordained a pm tor of the oracles of a god and the Rem the divinely ordained witness to the Mes Binh is the founder Estat Wisber and i Lead Tif his Peculiar a kingdom the Church and As head to the Church aver All states kingdoms empires As outlying provinces if we May so speak>4nay4 Overall times in Beaven and in Parth and under the Earth each m its own sphere and according to its own proper nature and the a Peculiar Law of its own a cog a Vari Publ related to the Church and All Mado subject to him who while be is head of the Church is also the Pride a of the Kings of the Earth an d the first born that Isth lord of the whole creation. Comp. John Xvi 36, 37 Acta i 6�?9 mph i 20�?23 Phi h 6�?11, Rev 5 col.,1 j.5. and upon the Church m general and upon All and singular the Meiners Jouthe Church a in particular to unite their testimony with hib testimony toll truth touching this tie subject mat-4 it ter of Quot their cob marm Tost Pihony in obedience to the incas of our divine lor4/�afliong tue great Cloud of with Esse a who have finished their testimony and entered into lest and the it Many wet to uses on Earth who arc yet delivering therr Testi Many Vwe claim throw gel messianic. Wiir Teh an Humble Lafee xxx it thei Tommion of the Messiah Fok it wide and great do minion embracing object and. Events and interests,4 Mam. Fold a Varinus a and very diversified the Range a at subjects treated in our proposed work need . A it is Mot a intended that the work shall be properly speaking the Organ a of any party or dferi�fcly5 even a or any Den for Amati no ii the Church Catholic but that while chistian ande Yeu Bare Aby Tynan m its principles it shall to general in its scope and Range qfiit8topica<erabracingarticlebbibucal exegetical theological ecclesiastical ethical ethics pc Lotical. Philos Finical Ltd Rai Audi Scellato sons regard Beth con Stan yet a amp in the leading objects and ends of a Tho work. It is oar purpose that the predominant character of the. Work shall he /oxposit8ry> and act to rather Hahn polemical but that it shall Dulles As there May seem to to 7 Occar Iofin words of truth acid Noher is freely and Foar Beesly eth Livi Paque tons of the Timea As Well As the great a. Principles and interest which belong a Ike to All tunes. A a. A arrangements have been made to secure from ahle Wnters count Butiong to appropriate to it ch&racters&ng<9b reefs. Within certain limits not inconsistent with these of which the editor be amp a b4 th�<1ttdge some leis on subjects which Are not of pith nor of. Cardinal 4mppri�. Apee will wallowed each writer being Rospo Bible for its own article which unless in except an Ciai reasons will appear Over his initials editor being a responsible Only for their publication. Duo i. The work wiil to published contain forty Elarth Page Crown Octavo of which the first Ftp ty>page8.wiit be occupied Hythe in Nipa articles varying it in length from about Kourpi to usually a leaving about eight pages for,irf1qort�rticleb including Short Noroes a new a a summary View of up Folio affairs. and pour Cal at Home and abroad lit amp Nch Elfei few Zien i l i t the wrote will be vell a nuked in. Small a paper and the whole Mech Zhicai tech coition in All a aspects ii m to a Tyio ran annual volume of five Hundred and seventy Pagee r a atfaefir3t no juber will be issued As soon As Asp Pfent f x it a Ber or subscribers Sbail be obtained to furnish a Gur Puiq it that be ?. Grantee . The first volume will be Jufu i1-on Dolivo by of the first number. A a payable Leer some whom a req if /. A list of the names with to Weir Post offices Addre to Ted to Seidi and correctly Witten by mail at and ruses u a i 4y2t. I Ryphe Craig i Micro sex / or i., r r t i f try Cvik cello indignant Waluch. Ref Lucresi to focal adj Fatme. Of Kigh Power wll to. Rear Fly used in Over one Quot even Frt. And a to erf Effly Rio Cali a to o Dollare it is within children. Costing a nov and should to on 10fl in the can Mummy this Beautiful and or Namer it amp Toj do diff it a Quot miltejglobnl�3. R renders tie Vand cancer Sells a a is Eli amp f a a a no a Mabus m j especially to the your Junpu us tips to Eyer of Ftp Shes / ror to any address j a jul r a Quot a of Eier s. Bavrey a / 98 Poos Street Pate nigh

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