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rTlvU jJ7thniLHtb ot Juno btdta Ken piace in ujiicnua iiciwceu me ur miei ot Trunin and of Austria. Thq.ro stilt, ic sowns, was far' 'from being de cisive ; on llio ountrury, the Governments of both Austria and Prussia woro shout ing over a pretended victory. ( . Tho Artnv ot thu Elho having oscu pied Uuiuhonbtii-g mi thu 2.5th ot June, advanced without meeting with any re sistance, on tho 'Jtjtli to Turnau." On the 28lh they had a severe engagement at Miinchcngrnlz, in which, according to the Prussian statements, tho Austri nns suffered a loan of 2,J0'J men." The latter wore compelled to retreat to Furstenbruck An Austrian dispatch mention that subsequently thu I'iih sians Q'lvanced even so far as Gilschiu (or Jioin), but that at this place they were so thorougly dcfcntol by Gen. Edolsheim that they had to evacuate Melnik, Dauba and Loipa, an I retreat to Hiemcs, a town near the Saxon frontier Thu army of Silesia, under command ot tho Crown Prince, had entered lo hernia on tho 'Ju'th of June, one column descending trom tho noil Ii upon Trail tenau, and tho other n Ivr.neing from Glatz upon Nachml Uoth columns were engaged with the jrtiemy on thu 27th and thu 28th,. tho former at Trail tenau, the latter at Naehod and Skah-Z' Tlie Austrians claim to have gained preat advantages at Skalcz, while tho Prussians estimate tho number of prison era taken at Naohod ana Traiitonaii at b.OOO. The latest dispatch from the Austrian Hide triumphanily announces that tho Prussians were linally, on thu 28th, completely defeated, leaving on? th'rd of their army killed at.d wounded and that they thereupon withdrew to Prussian territory, toward Glalz. Tho Aim' rian statement as to tho is sue of tho buttles on tho iJNth ot Juno is very definite i but a further corrobor ation is needed before it can bo accepted as trustworthy. THE bOUTil AMERICAN WAR. Another battle lias been fought in South Amotion, ami the Paraguayans have again been defeated. Oar dis patches sale that on May 24th tho Paraguayan army of I3.OU0 infantry ami 8,01)0 cavalry attacked tho Allied forces with desperation, wero repulsed, ami retired from the field, losing ii.OJ'i lulled and a largo number wounded. No material advantage, it is added, was gained by tha Allies; but to us it scetts that Paraguay cannot well alibi d such sacrifices ot men and material, ' Though defeated, tho Paraguayans did not -retreat, but retired to their . i ii r . V' i. camp. Hostilities recommenced, but j fie latest information does not state, J fioiigh it is probable, whether tho Allies, . followed up their advantage and assiim ,, ,. ' A e ... ,. .. VII illU UULrnni,u. 4&ii,iiiici UMII Mll.lllUII of tho South American situation was threatened by a revolution in Cordova, ! Which tailed. J I ail it succeeded, the distress ot the Argentine Kepubho would ; nave been ot invaluable aid to Para- g tay. IMPORTANT ORDER FROM GENERAL ' GRANT. UliADQ'l'S 01 TI1H A II MY, .AlUUTANT GKN'I.S Ol.'HCI!, V nr . .. i . . t i ....... I m,,oN.,u y i ,0u , GKNtHAi.OiiDwt No. 4 -l Department! District, and Post-Comtuandors In States ! lately in rebellion, are herebv directed to arrest nil persons who have been or may t i ..- ,.l l ...:.t. : . i : neieuuur uu un.iigL'ii wiui riiiiniiissiuii oi i crimesana otienccs against oaiccr-,'igcn s ..iiv.tna ntiil iiihnliil.inta nl'llii, lTinl.,.1 Slates, irrespective of color, in. eases wh,ljl olhtM 1,10 fi'llti"g where tho civil authorities have failed, j We would as soon believe in tho ming neglected, or are unable to anrst and i ling of oil and water as that two such bring such parties to trial, and to detain j elemonla could como together. It is them in military confinement until such I noe(1 ' l . . aisgusting to l.ima fid A lll'nliur liirli..)i Irililinn nmu tin i " 3 mem in iiuuiary couniiemeui unui siicn i time as a proper judicial tribunal may be j eady and willing to try them. A strict and prompt enforcement ot this order is . required. By command ot Uout. ten. brant. 'ED. I0WK8KVD. . 1 Assistant Adi't Gen'l. I w ; GEN. SHERMAN AND CONGRESS. In his 4th of July speech ill. Ills , Qan. Sherman spoke ol the political situ ' ation as follows. Although not so ou( spoken as we could wish it can easily bu discerned which way. tho General's opinion inclines : "Thcreforo it is unnecessaiy lor mo . even to rotor to tho position in which national affairs al'o piaccd, though I do not pretend to comprehend or under, tand thorn. It ia not my task. My task is to use thu force that is placed at my ' disposal to put down opposition to the laws, quickly and forever. Applause Whenever the United Stales Marshal eomes to me and tells mo that his laws n'd his power are resisted, and that he has not civil power enough to execute those laws, it I have soldiers I will go and make his laws and decrees enforc ed j and, my friends, if that rule is en forced throughout tho land, if the laws ot Congress are enforced wherever ibis fligrloats, then we are in tt tit It n notion , to all intents and purposes at home and abroad." Cheers AH Texas has grinned at Shcii Inn's mot, that if he owi.od that unplesant locality understood to bo sn hot and dry, inS Texas, ho would rent Ttxat and live in iht other place. The General sayi on his late visit to the Uio Grande, he wns shown a paper irom the interior, which, after quoting the above, crediting the author, added beneath; j D n a man that wouldn't stand up for his own country" ' Grkat exoitomunt prevails in New Orleans among the rebel and Democratic portion of the community at the arrest of Judge uead, for tailing to put int.o execution the Civil Hights Hill . Parlies tand ready to give two hundred thous and' dollars bail for him. nnd pledge themselves .to spejid twr-nty five thous and dsllara tor his defense. On the other hand, the United Status authori ties teem quite determined to make nn xampleot him and pnnish 'to the full vxtent of tho law. WAYMvSHUKI,': J, E, SAYf.3 I'-'liiir ii.nl I'foprititr. wkdnKoa'v, JULY 'timZ UMON STATU TICKET. roil governor, GEN. J. AV. GEA11Y. OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. DISTBICT AND COUNTY TICKET. CONGRESS, HON. GEO. V. LA WHENCE, Of Washington County. .ASSEMBLY, LIEUT. J AS.' A. WOODS, ' Of C. nter Tp. ASSOCIATE JUDGE, EUAS STONE. Esq., Of Jlonor.gahola Tp. PROTIIONOTARY, LIEUT. TI103. LUCAS, Ot Jefferson Tp. REGISTER AND RECORDER, COItt' L. TIIOS. F. HEPPEUT, Of Monong.ihela Tp. COMMISSIONER; CAPT.JOflN'A. 1JUUNS, Of HichniU'Tp. AUDITOR, LIEUT. GEO. W. SIIOUGII, Of Gilmore Tp. POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR, COL. JOS. COOKE,. Ot Marion Tp. Alussiis, Cowan, Randall, Duolittlo, & (Jo-, have made a cull for a National! Union (?) Convention to meet in PJiila dolphin, on thu 14ih of Aug , proximo, (ji cc,uro an urgent invitation "is given , , ,i, ,,, f ,. ,T . , to i tho btatcs of the Union to si ml deliaati'S, in order that then' "erring brethren" ot tho South may bo amply represented. ' Their Southern leaders cordially endorse tho programme, South :. . -, . . , I urn iftnrii'ilia rflvn t iUn ttM.L.u mil gllW f If H V 1 UH ill Mil LUim itiin, nnd urge Jinuii' their resncctivo Sti,U;s thu expediency of sending repre sentatives. Some ot whom havo already selected delegates. ! This nee:Iu no comment, indeed it is m doping with thu men who have it ,. . ., T , . '" tmv- 1,1 lnah ,l w' 1,0 " motl"J ''' in council deep assembled." Tho tircscaters of the South anJ the peace makers of tho. North, "chivalry" and did tho "blow- ''mudsills," men who lloeuss ( . 10 '" L'- Iv.-iy e rue Union men of our country. pnond, of N. Y., declares the Times and himself will pursue a different t.0nrse, that ho lias been grossly dcceiv- 1 I 1: i ...... .. ,., , ' '"mu" U,!U W1" o..tr ...... if r i I sen ot ins threat wroni; iu my uiuers see the abominable heresy practiced by thesa conscieiioo-i allouscd men and are deserting their tiaitor ranks. It is cal culated to luvo this good efft-ct. and wo can think of no bettor filan by which the perfidy of such men :ou!d be made known- Tun ttiyi nffiirs havo taken of late, tho'newly arisen oppression to thu Sham' Democracy throughout tho wholo eoun try, aro healthy indications of a oh ingo for tho butter rginling tho great issues of thu day. Eioh moi.ih, each week li-uali revulatipns give the peopjo an in sight, into the workings ot this mass ot corr.iption. .Sympathizers with treason and traitors during tho war, they low openly express a pnfercnuo that this na lion should bo governed dy the man who tought w.lh such fearful earnestness to destroy tt, acttons. words, all, tend to this one great point I ho - nsTrundizu- b 1 00 u munt of treason. w Tub nauseous ilosu compounded by the President for hi Cahhu-t. has proved too (lis- , agrocablu to swallow, nnd after vlo'ent retch- j nig mm purging nicy nave nnaliy thrown if up. Wo nru plunacd t seo It. It ilunion stra'cs thu fact that tho gient leaders of our party cannot bo duped. In some few Install, csu degraded ambition smothers the finer senslbillllug of honor and Integrity, but tt is In very fim. Secretaries tauton, Harlan and Speed nrocxpucted to tender their resignations soon. This places the Prcshlont In exactly the predicament wo wished to sea . tin. It Involves thu Important . question of ''whom will ho appoint?" A Clmuncey Bii-r, Fernando Wood, Valliindigliain, or an A. H. Stephens? Wo await with lateros', tUa sequel of this revo-" lutlon.' . ' Bad Rp.com. It is said that not ft Demooratio pa or, except ono, in West Virginia, is edited by a man who can vote Several ot them nre run by return ed itbelsi others by thoso who havo not been In tho State Ions eno'ugh to voto. ANOTHER CONVENTION CALLED. The Kandull-Doolililo 'Convention is abont to moot wi.h opposition where luatt anticipated. Gov. A. J. IlamiU ton, the leader of tho exiled and persecu ted Unionists of the war, has issued a counter-call tor a Convention of those who have suffered from tho policy which has its most cordial indorsement from their former oncimes and tyrants. Ila regards the Convention which is to meoi in Philadelphia as another rebel invasion of fhb Nirth. We dj not doubt "thai able and h most numbers will be found to answer his call. Then wo shall be assured which voice has the most curtain sound. Skciiktahy SkW.uiDcDriurs'iS tho call of tho Cuppurbeail National Convention. The Tariff bill passed the House by the decisive vote ot Yeas, 01, Nays, 53 Mr. E 13. Wushburne s motion that it bu postponed to the next session had previously buuu defeated by 87 nays to 02 Yeas. Tho bill reduces tho duty on Tea to 12Pand on Coffee to 2 coi.ts per 'pound which wo believe are just half ihe present rates. Should the Senate seasonably pass tho bill in its present slmpo, and tho President sign it, it will take nfTeut on tho 1st ot August. All goods then in bond must pay the duties imposed by it General Grant's order, directii g a gen eral arrest ami detension by his suhordU nates of all persons in the lately Confed erate States who have committed, or shall hereafter commit, outrages upon loyal persons of any color which thu lo cal authorities do not and shall not pun ish, Is tho most important paper we have printed for mot ths. It not paral yzed by higher authority, it wil! prove a terror to eviUdoers and much needed shield to thu pcr.vectited loyalists of the South. We ardently trust that it may bo upheld and enf need It is equivalent to a fresh proclamation of maitial law at the South, where no other law oper ates to protect those who have been faithlul to tho Union. Tun present platforms of the two par lies are given in a nut shell: as follows. Union PI I'.tortu Loyal men shall control tho Government. Democratic Platform Itestoro 'rebels tojmwerand give them tho control ot onr National affairs. A Jackson Dkmouiiat: O.io who wa ready to saoritiou his principles. life to secure his A Johnson Dumoc-hat: Oho who se cures his living by sacrificing his princi ples. I'ointici). Thu editor of the LaCros--o (Wis ) Democrat s.-us : "IIu who calls ! tho Uepublieail party a Union parly I a liar, and the truth is rot in him. IIu wdio calls Thud. Stcu-n or any ot his followers a patriot is himself a traitor." Almost any ruffian tottld eject llio samu amount o! coarse abuse trom his filthy throat. Goti. Geary h iving Ik-oii interrogated relative to his views upon tho equaliza tion ot bounties, has made publio a letter which ho addressed iu M iy lust to thu Ion. Henry Wilsov, Chairman i f tho Senate Military Uomm'utoo. Ia this he argues bolh for llio jusiico and praoli- ea'nlity ot this measuro. If the Govern ment has not money with which to pay this additional demand tor bounties, he suggests that Congress "authorizi ihu Secretary ot tho Treasury to issuo fivu percent, gild bonds fir sums of ?5J and over, payalile in 30 years, making thoniSildiors' IJ.mnty bandi, but receiv able at nlUimis tor Gjvurnmont lands at par." At Salem, Illinois, on the -1th inst Generals Sherman nnt Logan were present, and General Logan, in conohis ding his speech, said. I was a Whig, but I havo great af fection for you loyal Dumnorats, your fathers, who sunt your sons touppor Gun. Sherman, who, I .believe, is a Democrat. General Sherman promptly interrupt edGenoral Logan, saying; ' never i.is a Democrat! I only voted onoo in my life." QU ESTl&NS FOaVlIlirjljlOC KACY. ,.0a.innl" in his letters to the PhilaJel phia Press, shows up tho strong . .1 . ,, points in ihe rvunrt of tho Uuconstruo- . . ... lion Committee, and illustrates the torye witl1 wh,ul' a'Ur themselves to popular favor, thus: Tho Representatives who, in, running for ro-eloctton, will havo to meet the brunt ot ihe Copperhead batteries for supporting tho gloiious Article otPaci ticatiotia need havo no fears. They have only to ask their advortisers five plain questions, eauh being pertinent to the tive loading suctions ot thai; aittolo. 1, Aro you opposed to conferring civil rights upon all the citizens of the American Hopubliut 2. Arc you In favor ol allowing a South Carolina rebel two votes and a half, when thu Union soldier throws but onet 8. Are you opposed to a decrco that prevents the traitors from holding oflloe in the United Slates. 4. Aro you opposed to a clauso that 1 renders it impossible lo repudiate our own national debt, and that makes it an iiiviolatu convenant and an inviolable duty to pay the bounties and pensions ot the Union soldiers! 6. Are you in favor of paying the rebel war debt? There are questions that address them selvis to the sober judgment and com. mon sense of every well disposed cil'Zei:, no matter what may liavo been his party atlltiities. No man who wus earnestly desirous for tno triumph ot the Union nrms in our late bloody struggle, will fail to answer them in the spirit tint prompted tho preparation of tho new amendment to our national Constitution. And there aro thousands of honest but misguided Democrats who will meet these pregnant ii.quiries with llio same response. He must be a double dyed traitor who could answer o'herwise. HWi. tip. THE RECORD oFffllT "DEMOCRATIC" PARTY. Wo never read one of the numerous complaints which appear in the so-called Democratic newspapers about the bur then of our public debt and ths conse quent heavy taxaiijii,' without being je minded of llio fact that tho Democratic party is responsible for tho rebellion and whatever evils followed in its track. Every dollar of our national debt was expended in suppressing the rebellion inaugurated by thu Southern Democrats, and connived at and sympathized with by their Northern allies of tho samo pari ty. This accounts f ,r their desire to re pudiate the debt, interest and principal, and at the same time explains tl e stcret ot their constant complaint about '-hoavy taxation '' A Western orator tells thu truth, in his own way, iu the following extract i . Let Democratic journals and orators howl over ihu debt and taxes their war has brought They but magnify their owiixsin. Evoty dollar of debt is a Demociaiio legacy. Every tax is a Democraiio gift Every Government stamp is a Democratio sticking-plaster, l-.very person iu thu United States drinks Democracy iu his tea, hi crtl'cc, and his whiskey, and in tin- sugar where iih be sweetens llioin. Each ingredient pays Its quota for the cost of Ujmocruny to thu country. The smoker inhales l)cm ouiacy. The s'u-k man is physica-d with Democracy. Tho laboring in in gives about oii;i hour's labor every day to pay ; 011(!,te lh of ,,, ,i,. , r.ll 1 I..lli,i'l:n.i7 I hi I'.i.ttl.i i.t (t.i.'j Nomocracy Jim eanitalist tho Douiocratic paity. Every Iransfer of property is saddled with thu Demo- cratio biinJcii. I ho funeral mourning musi first nay tho tiunali v of Domour uiu rate, ami a portion ot that wit on the d. ceased leaves behiinl, ur.isl g.i into tho Democratio vortex Gem-rat ion niter generation will carry this Demo cratic burden from birth to death. Jiat for tho Deoioui atiu party our poople would hardly have known tlru nature of ttv.ltwii. Kill f..rll,., 1 V , rii ..I ii .....,.. j .j hundro.1 of thousands ot vOum'J , whose-boncf are strewn ever the South wool 1 now be produoltvu laborers ami the support and comfort, of families now d.-solato. .No one can attempt to deny mis iiiuiuii.iuiii. i-iv iiiiu u.'iu jiieiciiii that the Democratic narlv had ane i-iun for rebellion. Yet it lias the ellVoutervl to cry over tin burdens of taxation. And its lead. iter adiierents now chai !o then- own li nings upon tho loyal pconle, and hvpocrillcaliy Howl over their alllicliotis, and seek to seduce them from their integrity, to elect to power thu party w ho lias brought all these woes iipotTtho laud. "FEEDING NIGQEI58." Gen. 'i.-ke, Assistant Commissioner ot tlio Kreedim-M's Iiiiroau in Tennessee, report, tliat the number of rations issu ed iu that district dining the mouth ot Juno was as follows: To whitu Persons 2.'!.0(lO To frecdinen 4,030 Tho number issued duiiiur thu ve.tr ending June 1, 18UU, was- , To white persons n."i,"i4fl To colored persons.. 610,831 Still tho Copperhead papers continues tin ir clamor against tho "nigger poor house bill," nnd howl about tho money that is expen led by iho Government in feeding up idle colored men! IVuth lip. . . .Wasihnjton, Thursday, July 12th, 18j0. It is now positively ascertained ; that "Postmaster-General Dennison yes terday iciuk-io.l the resimaiiau ot his ollioo to the President. This was done in writing. Tho reason for this course, as stated by Air. D tinisuu'liiuiself. is a difference of political views. Ii will bo rccolleotod that he was President of the Union Kepublican Convention which nominated Mr. Lincoln for the Presi dency. Never inten iing otherwise than to adhere to the paity whosu principles it represented, and us tho call tor tho National Convention at Philadelphia is in antagon sni to that organization, there was no other course left to him than to retire from tho Cabinet while his per sonal relations with the President nro undisturbed and friendly. The aetiurni tion is entirely because of a conflict of oohiioal views, A number of Ohio'.Cotigtrpssmen called on Utiv. DuniiNon yesterday, and had nn exceedingly pleasant interview with him. Ho ''o'd to them his fetter of resiirmil'on, the subuauco ot which is that he is a Union man and a member of tho Union party, that he indorses tho Const iiutioiml Amendment, and Oannot remain Cabinet ofti-ior in the Cabinet ot an Executive' opposed to thnt amendment. IIu will loave tor Ohio next week to take tho stump for the Union party. There will be A menling of the Cabinet to-morrow. It promises to be a very ovvitlnir one. as the tu-ocHcdimis (it iIih recet caucus of Republicans will be discussed. Tho voto of the uow Froed- men's Bureau bill is expoi tod to'be made publio to-morrow, Friday. Secretaries Seward, llailau and Speed had a pro tracted interview with Pi esident John son to-dny. All kinds ot rumors are afloat about the lesiiiiialious of Secre taries Speed and Hnriau. Nothing deli nalu is yet known. ToucmNcT In tho description given by tho Phils dulphia f'nss, of the 4ih cf July exercis es in that city, the following touching in cident is related iu occuring whilst tho procession was in motion : On Arch street a number of little girls wended their way through the vast croVd, and, approaching Gen. Geary one of their number, little Miss Kate Kill 't, aged about six yearsj presented the General with a boquet, on thu wrapper of which, was inscribed the following "From my Fathers' grave. - 50 SB II ATI-. M.LIor. TO UKN, J. W. UKAIir.'' Little Kate's father (Captain Thomas Elliott) was assistant adjutant general on Gen. Geary's staff Ho was killed near At'auta, Ga , by the rebels, while in thu discliaigu ot his duties iu action at that place. TheCaptai,: was looked upon by the General with as much affection as lie bestowed upon his own son, one of tho gallant braves who died defending his country's honor. Tho two now rest maimed by all who knew them. An Oltsi-okfn Coitiuuikad Nearly every so-called Democratio paper in tins Statu hesitates to declare the principles ot its party, but in some other States the t onnerliead op'aiis are less orudent. and 1 o 1 - speak out in meeting Willi an utter dis regard tf conscipionccs. Tho New York Freeman's Journal ii 0110 of these out spoken journals. That paper does not like the admiration of tho President in which some Democrats indulge ; 11 thinks its party is being continually cheated by Mr. Seward and by 'the friends of I'lesideul Johnson, ami calls upon tho Democracy to bu careful and not bu 'deceived' any longer by tho non sensical talk about -a uuw party,' on the basis of 'iny policy.' With regard to the President himself, thu Journal thus frankly expresses itself: "NoWj being an honest man, wo will say bluntly, lliat for Andrew Johnson, personally, wo caro not, as lespeutsthis world, one coti-titulional damn I We have no ruspect tjr him, and never ex pect to havo any. Wore ho to be de clared President for lif'o of tho United States, we would refuse to shake bauds with ti 1 1 11 except ho could in sonru uur vellous manner, pmgo himself t the complicity iu tho murder (if Mrs. Surra! t. Wirss, and variou's oilier innocent peo ple. Int willi all that, if ho so showed himself, as that thcro was a reasonable prospect that, hunoifirlh, be would ad ininister thu G ivern nenl. of the United States in a manner advaiiiaireous lo thu common jntercsts t,f all thu Stales, wo would work for his election as President 18J8- aMl1 l87-'' '"' 1S70. if ho dosired it at that period " No doitht this is about the nvoraoio jiiiiiesi icu.inij ui iii-i vyoppeiiieaus 01 una ... i. 1.1 1 1 1 t .1 State, who aro pretending to bo Andrew Johnson's friends. Wl,.nrn .hat our old friend. II i.-ster - - - CiViner. goea nut nml initkcs spotclicn oc casioimlly, .notwithstanding the fearful liallucinalions umtcr wliicli lio seems to namtiwora 01 11 0 niiiKcr. I... bdiiiiiior At a recent meelinir nt 1 , ,Am"" tllu leading artists who have visited be Mooting At a lot cut mci.ling at tlilscouniry and well-known Pi mists of IJ is Ex -ter, IJorks county, ho insisted that bin and New Y01I1 who nsa tlio '1,'hiekeriiv V.,,A,.A ,ciw nl,.,...l (!,,v,.i-n,,i- P1".'"" '" Prelcrcnce to th .se ol'other makers ""o" 11....... wtntu ri(A niw 11 mi ki 1 1 i liiilliininn. 1 IIIIL-I 1LMIH " nitini. imiiiiviiii tion will likely haunt liini the reinnitulei ot his days. It is not uncommon to hud such aberations ot thu mind, hut it is very seldom that persons so ulllicted are proposed for thu important position ot Governor. A venerable d.imo in New York br.-iicves herself tho w'fo of James Buchanan, with twelve children born tp him in lawful wedlock, tho said offspring being represented by sundry dogs, cats, dolls, &i) , about her ; but they consider her n lunatic and keep her in the asylum. Another man wo havo read of insists j that he is at variance with all thu world oven body bul'nvmg him cr;izv while ho behoves everybody crazy but him- ! se'f, but they quarter him iu tho asylum instead of the Executive mansion, and wo insist that Mr Clymer's friends sha'l cure him of his mental wanderings or witlnliaw hi in as a candidate. He ought to bo told positively that Wood, ward was not elected' Governor throe" years ago and is not Governor now. and while tho committee has its hand in, ho might as well bo told that Gen eral Geary will bo ths next Governor ot Pennsylvania. Clutmlershurg Kaposi tonj. VVitKKi.tN., V. Va, July 12. Tin oHlelal vote for Iho constitaAional amond meat disfranchising persons enpaged ii tho Into rebellion was oountod yesterday' find tho Constitution was deoltiroi' adopted by 0,922 majority. Tine conservatives call thomselv" Union mon, but that docs not make then so. Tho blaokest negro wo over aav wasoslled 'Snow Bill,' and tho slopes dog wo evor siw was named -Swift.' To bo proud of learning Is tho greater Ignorauoo. ( NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS. iSEW rmtas iuu the lmonKiuMiu. rhnlon'n "Mjlit II looming t'rreua." rfanlon' "Malil II loom Inu t'crcua." t I'linloil'R "Mflil Itlooiulud Ci-ri'iin." Itiiilou' "Nigh! Illoomiiij C'orcua." rhulon'a ".My lit I! loom la j t'croun." A mot riq-lM'i-, di-lli-iiti-, nnj I'niRrmit IVrfnm.-. dlall Iril from Ilia rum uuil bvuutiiKl tlunvi' liu.a wliicli ii tukut Iu naino. Mtuiurueluri il only by I'llAI.O.X A: HOX, New Yftrk. BRWAHK OF COUNTKKKKIT.S. " ASK FOIt 1'HAI.ON'S-TAKK NO OTIIKlt. MM A LECTURE tSJLJV TO YOUSfl MEN. Juki ruoulud, in a SialeJ l.nn loiie. rriet mx mt, ' AT .kcitiik on Tin: Natciii!, Tkkatmknt and II. .11. I l. .... '. m . luiuieui . uro oi peiinatoiilia-a. or Hi initial weakness Involuntary Kuiissi"iis, Sexual l)u- "any, Him imputimienls to marriage generally. Nervousne ss, Cmisnmi lion, KiaVpsy ami Fits; Mintal mi l Physical Incapmitv. rcsultlnntVom Ml-Almse, Ax liy UOIlKliT .1. Cl'I.VEIl WEI.I,, M. D., Author of tho "Green Hunk," &c. The wnrld-rcumviH'd nullinr. hi IliU i.ilml- I rutile Lecture, clearly proves from his own j SSW i medicine, nnd without ilaimcrous sumiciil ni - fffieAiS: . tain and cII'm Iu iI, by which every sutVerer, no mutter what his condition ninv be. mav euro liiuiscll clie iply, pilva ely, ami ritolcnlly. This lecture will ptovo a boon to thousands anil ions nn s. .. Sent under seal, to any address, In a plain sealed envelope, on Ihu receipt of t-ix Ci nts, or two postage stumps, bv addressing . ('IIA3 J. Cr'KI.INK ifct'O,, 127 Bowery, 'New York, Post Dlllcu No. 4.-.SC. niiti'J4:-iiU-ly uailt'i'ly MaU'Hiciit. Fuisr National Bank, t Wiiynesbuii, l'a., July I'd, 1BUU. ) ltHSOUHUKS, Notes nnd Bills Dis. Furniture and Fixtures Current Kxperses Cash Items Dun from Hanks Sll.-.S.Sn.l RO 85 00 4 15 Bt 4.1! 51 4,450 45 8(),no() no 5,150 00 7111 no 83,425 00 U. H. Hon s reuisterud U. S. ltonds on hand Cash Statu Hanks Lawful money 5'.'8J,i)'JU 00 $14-1,089 00 j LIABILITIES, Capital Stock paid 11 Circulating notes receiv ed Horn OVmpt., 72,0011 Oil ) Less ain't, on hand CO UO )" Am't. out stamling .Surplus Fund Imlivi.lu il Depos. Ihi'j to Banks Uiicl.iMiied Dividends Prufu.As Loss $2X2, '.i'.)'.) 00 Icartily that the ahovn statemenl is correct 10 uie uesi 01 mv kiiiiwiuiiu mm ueiici. JOIINC. FLhiNMliHSf, Jyl8-lt Cashier. C IIItKLEU u & stm's PIANO FORTES. rpiIE Instruments now-manufactured by this 1 well kii(iwiiv long estalilishe I firm, are tlei results of nearly lull n ceuiury of study, ex periment ami Improvements. Posscs.inggiLMteruilvaiitages than nil other makers Ihrmigliout lids lorn; period of incicas lngcxpeiii'iK.v, two gcncraliuiis of active, 111- ergciic iiiiml have tieen iis-i liii usly cm.Jjj ed 111 pci lowing iiiuir pro.tuclious. the cn.cKEaiNa tianoj 1 ... mi 1111- lusii IIII1UIIIS Arr nn;v nl tl.n 1,,..l ( ntt n.n t..A, ....i- maiiulacluicil In this eonntty. For purity and : s"""" 01 tofiu. eiuiiancu ol finish, thorough- ... 0 ,,,.,..,.1111 ui auuuiiiic, nicy mint foremost of all. Vilh the merely irc-oh inioiil exci-llencn ' w V,.nm" '"W. ." . "? vi'iiii i s i)i ti I'ssm 1 11 i' u i intr hiim.11 iit..o tlu-y cumliiiiciv hvati'y, (U.'iit'ury, nml poetry SZZ&X m Ule country, 11 ay hu mentioned. TlialheriT, l)u Meyer, ' Sandeivm, Dresel. Rcarl'cnbcrg, llasslni, Parker, Oottsehulk, Jaell, 1 tollman. Iju 11 hard, Lang, Warren, IJllstow, W0I1H, jMuzio, Pydiowskl, Itakt man, Hiined let, St rakosch, Gilder PITTSBURG AGENCY FOR lllllKi:i!lUM)Vl'llli;. EHtMishei in 1831, by J. 11. MEU.OR.) IM POUT ANT TO PURCHASERS. Tho subscriber aro the exclusive- wholesnlo Agents for the Chickurlnj; Pianos, for We-tern Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and West Vir- u'lcii. Special arraiiuenients enable them to sell at exactly tho B.11110 price us ch irg.al ut thu Factory-in Boston, thus saving freight, instiriinci) and risk of transportation to pur chasers residing In or west of Ibis city. Thu Subscribers give particular intention to thu selection of their stock, visiting Hie Factory nearly every month , lor this purpose t . their 'Xpcricnco In tho bui-lness, musical skill, and .radical knowlediro of tlio niauuliiclure nf I'lniios, enable Hu tu to select thu very best instruments that Messrs. Chh kerlng produce. Every Instrument warranted lorn years, by 'he iHiiiiufnciurer and the nibscrlbers. Pcv viiib nt a distance di-sltlng furthci Information dioulil address thu subscribes, who will bo 11 ppy to Bend them (post paid.) drawings of hu various styles of Pianos, piices, &e. Old I'lnnoB Ii ken In cxcliiiiicc. , (TIAltLES V. MELLOH, & CO., JI Wood St.. bet. 4th St. imd Dliiiiionil Alley, I'litsluuuh, Pa, July II. '(! 41. X'S! otico IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLICA I llltn U'lll llll tlllirll, nfr til nnvl Q...al..M t. Ib-n will be made at ths next Scfslon of ho Pennsylvania Leulsbiiuru, by tin' Odd 'o lows Assoclnilo-i, lit Wiiymnburg,' flreeno tintv, Pa., torhanuo the namo nf the samo o tho LxrttASiiH Ham .or Wavni.siiiiiio. lso, to anthoilr.o snltl bank to Isstto stock hi iiarcsof flily dollars each, tho wholo nut lo xcecd one hundred thousand do lnrs. JOS. V, RANDOLPH, ,lulyll,'60..Cm. . President. UE At lit kit FOR SALE." As Assignee of Win. A. l'ot ter, under vol untary ai-cUmlni'iit for liem llt of irtdllors, I will expoai to sale nt ul. lie vemtiui or out cry, in IVont ol Ihu t'lanl lfiiiiKe, iu Wnym'i hura on ihu 4th DAV OF AUOUST, I8IKJ, tho. Jo lowini? real ettitte, in will All thu riijlil, litln mid interest of snUI Win. A. Porter, o,ln uu'l to that piirtol'lols No. iitu, li;7, uud His, in plan of ihe Hi rouyh ol Wiiynes. l-urg, purchased liy wild Point from H VV. flovM'i-y, Km., h,iiiiiill of siiid scmie (except that pciriioiiiif li.tNo. ICtl, owned hy Daniel Owers, to w.t : iwo lhirds of said lot). Tills property has i rectul llien nn 11 new nnd coil lii'u k dwelling housu nnd other out Iniilulns, besides a number of young and thrifty hull t-CI'S. ALSO, a s(iiai nf Ints nn Fnniklln sliwt being Nos. r.7, (is imd (;, hi the plan of Bald I'orougll, Terms of snle are oiui-li ill' the pur chase money in hand nnd the balance on tho Hist day of A pill ni.xl, with Interest fioui day of sale, possi sj-lon will ho given on llio Ural day of April, lst;7.. N'JI. T, II WKHU, Jy lli'iiii - Is Assignee. j t EA L LSTA'l'E i-'Olt SALE. TP rPIIK undeisljini'd Kxeculors of thu lust W ill 1 ol Evan Evans, di e'd , will Her ut publio "u''l'ry- premises, ut 2 o'clock, p. in., U.l" M 1,V .1. . """f uium, uuiy i,, mnu, ino eiciriut j in in niiunii us me iniprovcu Hull 01 the "Ulu dosepn liiuusay trac t," situated in Monoiiiia- Iiela tp., two miles above, llreensbnro, cou lii'uihig !10 Al'iiKS and some perches. f nimai iriinu so lien s nru clearuU, '.'J ucrcs being i:iVi:it IMU'TOM. This farm is In good state of cultivation, well Improved wait-red and timburid 11 nd abounds with cuu'l" anil limes-one. TKHM3 : One linll'of the purchase money when title is uiiiik-, whh judgment oblinatioiis tor the luilance, pnyuble in one voir with Iu-Urt:st- I- K. TCVANS, jyH. "--"t Kxecutors. ADAMS' EXPRESS LINE, ' I'lllS safe linu will forward with dispatch all . I'iicriiu'cs, trunks, ic . in nil n.. i;.,ii,.,i s,.....o ...,...- "-'i'ioi mo lvlt-m-4, JOSEPH COOKE, JUi'.y,r.4iL. Atfcnt BY vii luu of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, issued out ol the Cnirt ofCiuninou Pleas lit' l..(.lli( I'lllliitv iiml I.. ..... .1: ...1 I ,,, . ' UIICCIL-II, lHL-I'D I ill be exposed to public sale at llio Court 1 House, In Wayiiesliuig. nn MONDAY, auth day ot July next, at I o'clock, p. m., tlw fu. ' lowing properly, viz. : : All thu right, til It-. Interest and claim of delttidant, ol, hi mid to a certain tract of l,md silnatu in C'umbi'rl:uid township Greene eoua ty. Pa., bounded us follows : Ailjoining lands of Jeptha Mitclmer, John l'lustou, J. W. Par- luuson itr.d others, containing thlity-tlvu acres nioreor less ; trom ten 10 twenty of which nro cleared. taken tn execution ns the properly of tlio "Union Oil mid (.'mil Company," ut'lhu suit ol Thomas 11. Liiillcy. ALSO, On SATURDAY. L'sih dm- ,,r.Tt ....... ... ; !i o'clock, p. in., ut the same 'place, uIliliurMit title, interest, and claim of itul'eiidanls ot; li 7I.D"() 00 imil to a certain tract of land situate la Monis . !M07 o-J tuwnMdp, Orcene county, Pa , juI). linim: lands 00,:il5 07 of Sil is Jennings, Iiml if Insi-p'i duller, by 3,M(iJ 4S 1 iinls of James I liimi iiml rti-plien Day's heirs, fiS5 II!) nn 1 by lands of John M ilt x's heirs contiiln l.tioO 04 inst'l' wo Hundreil and thiitv live acres, niun, or less, about one hundred and sixty if wliicli are cleared j has erected thereon lino linino dwcllim' hoiise. a framu burn nml niln ..... I buildinus, an applu orchard and other fruit . m-,-, ,1 nn i.Liiei ui-,:u a.iry iiiipiovemeius. lakeu in exi'cull ai as ihe nrnncrlv of tint jixci uiors oi 1110 u in 01 milium Slnclidalo andj.iniis Sloclulale, nt thu suit of tho Far mers' unit Drovers' 1! ink of Wuynusbur" ALSO. At the same tiimi and place, nil tho right, title, interest and claim of ilciciidant, of, ia nnd to a certain tract of land silimtu in Dim. kard tof aship, Orcein- county, Ph., iul lining lands of Ui-iire H ue, Josi'ih'l)oni-y, Vv'illiiua Donley, James Donley, Thomas E. lloiilslmi, Hn-hard liarcniup- mid others, coiilaining ninety two acres, nnd three quarters, mors or lu s, about liny acres of which nrocleiired nnd under 11 i?M"d statu of cullh-ation, nnd lias creeled tlie:emi oau )"; cabin hoiisi-, nr sta ble mid barn, and other out building, 1111 nr. chard of live hiui'lr: d npple lines, c.o;d limber uud water in 11la111dar.ee on the pr'uiisics, 'laken iu cxiailion us tlio prop ny nf Cephas Wily at the suit of Jjauiuel E. llisscll. ALSO. At the same time and place, a'l tho ihjlit, title, interest and clniin of dulcnd nit i f, In nnd to a ccrl'iin trnct of land situalcin ( 'uniliu lniiil township, (iiccnc couiitv, Pa., adjoinliij; Inn s nt Jloriian Youm;, il ium Slunpncck, Peter Ilewit," ltice farm nnd others, containiiij; nnu hutidrcd mid three acre", more or less, iibimt ninety acres clenicil and has erected Ihcruini a stonu and finine housi-, two teiiiini houses, frame barn and stable; one apple orchard, Ac. Taken lu exec tllon us the properly of Ono, W. Kellcy nt the suit of Alvln Cloud, and Hiraia Cloud, for le of Khmer Duvall. ' ' II HATH J01LNS, Slierili. Shoilff'sOllic.-, June :'ii.-4t JUST OPICNEI) BY 1 2?13lO3. Sric3.13r 1)OS!TIVKLY llio nicft completo Hotel In mil- tnwu, Kveryllilnij comhincd to fur nish the best ticiiininiodalinn ever yet ottered to the public, .Meals furnished ut all hours, table provid ed with the best of the season. Also, a lino im mam mloon flmd up nnd nt'nehcd to tlio house, nnd 11 un unrivalled for Ihu "variety and quality nf its contents Choice wines and brandies, irood whiskey, ale. Hue cigars, &e.,. form a few amoinr thu Droniinent items. Travellers nnd thntiii desirous of 1 cf.-eshment will do well to call. "Tom" still retains his old reputation of nn Hccmmiindnlinn iicntleiiinn. nm'. hospitable landlord. House, thu out for merly occupied uv thu "Messenger" Olllce. way -j, uu.-iy. GREEME COUNTY, S. 8. In Ihe Common limn, 0 Sfilemtitf Term 1 8 A'u. 24. Ill Ihe mutter of tlio sale of Ihu Real Kstatu of William L. Martin, dee'd.. bv tho Sheriff of Greene county, Pa. And now to wit: Juno 13. 18Hfi. Ilontli Johns, Hlylt Slierlll of Greene county, comes Into curl mid acknowledges his deed poll to .Manilas iUariui lor a tract 01 land suuiito li Al.eppo township, Oieene county, Pa ,- sold as Ihe iroperty ot William U Martin, dee'd., al Ihe suit of John Kucsuaml Wllliani Hueso, Kxeculors ol John If.-rse, dee'd. Hold lor tho su n of ifSiiO.'J.I. H uno day J. Jnckson Pur man was appointed An 'Iter, to distribute tho fundailslus I'roni the s itu. J. V. TEMPLE, ProtU'y. The undersigned will attend to tho duties of tho above appointment, on Tuesday, July loth, I HWI, at tho llllcu of A. A. Puniiiin, la Waviii-sbiirg, when and whero thoso lutcr csteil lu the samu can nttend If thev s.t-o pro per. J. JACKSON PUltMAN. Ju'i7-3t Auditor. jiiiT"iiriirii! iiiifii m ti n MW M.4 MA " w m Jiffcrsoii, Greene County, rcnn'a MRS. It, J. W MO MIS ICR, I'mimtfrtst, HAVINO RICCENTLY'FITTEDUP TIII8 well known estiiblisliinetit, Mrs. Blm oaiinkii Is prepaii-d to fiirnl.h Hit hr.A, to tlio ii'iiveiiimr nuhllo. Thu TAULli alwiiys sun- I plied wltli the choicest delicacies, thu DAIl ! with the finest Wines nnd Liquors, good sleep. lng npartnieiils, nnd nn abundance or siali c i0,,m nltiirliwl to patroimgu solicited uiu lurniinvn. i uunu May 2tl,'00 -ly. SIjATEU OIIENUAUGII, nEALEKIN DRUGS, MEDICINiia, I,r niwii'M nml nvi i-v tlilmr m.rtuliilnir In n ttmt ' class Drug Store. Proscriptions caivfuMy cmn pounded. "CreUU's Old SUnd." Wsynei Lin'B, Pa, . May 80, '08.-iy.