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ESTABLISHED IN 1786.
pOR GALE.—'A =convenient two story
nset, Pi l ttsbu diroUar home ; with back building, No.
Alb,ll largo, coneet and well flubbed throe.
slog brick dwelling Louse, with brick dwelling, No.
IN Boni street, between First and Second strarta.
bat on Also, a two-story brick dwelling house, with back
Second street, near Brass.
dV tha shows ars In good order and sapplleduri.b
gas and water. ;
dint One.ahrry'!retie cottage dwelling, No. 214
Monad street; and the two-nary frame dwelling ad-
MAW& -, Bath antes. hoax% are to good order, and
Imitable for mail fautillas.
Aleo, a lot of ground on the northeast - van:2y able
of Find inset, batmen Bon and Try Anson, near
Boas street, having a front of 3t feet, on First street,
and extending back Wind.
The above property is notated In a desirable part
of the city.
For terms of tale and particular' Enquire of
WM. W. THOMSON,
No. 108 Filth street.
ARM FOR BALE—The undersigned
01511111 at private :sale • very saltuttdo farm In
Ohio, Township, Allegheny County, Pa. =staining
about Br acres. It 11 eituated on the Ohlo Meer,
about 4% miles below the city. The Improvement.
an , • ism , a sums dwelling bosom, log barn, and other
nut-buildingsl about 1 50 apple tr.. In
condition, and other fruit trees; about acres good
cleared land, the Delano° In good timber. It Is the
o'ned re Bi.jA CK TNTacs will b n a body , or I
sufaciant inducement is ofiSrsd it will he cut up and
sold in lots =table for country reeldenws. As the
subscriber intends to dispose of tbe property soon,
those who may se a to purchaso should call upon
him without delay.
Pot farther particulars enquire of J. W. P.
WHITE, 1:6Q., 106 TUTS STREET, Pittsburgh, or
of the =6=oo, In Ohio Township.
oelltgerd WILLIAM JACKMAN.
VAILTABLE PENN STREET PROP-
EaTr 'SOB DALE.—Two Lots, 22 feet 4
Inches hunt to aix alley, with a large double house,
between Hancock and Rand !treat,. A desixabla loca
tion for a Physician or Demist.
Alio, Some lino building Wet for prirate residences
near hfinenrrille, from to lucre each.
Also, a:large number of building lots-41 raHmis
aims, of from 22 to 60 feet front, by 100 to 120 foot
deep, situated at the terminus of the Wylie Bacot
of li o pEl o y f r or the. , EuidFlignod. roc: t n . r E ig io tl . r f. estate
JOHN D. HERRON,
Jr22:3m H. G. HEIMON.
- POE SALE AT A BARGAIN.—One
iooond.hand STFAX.MIGINE, 141 a cylinder,
4X, foot itroke, poppet oat off, 12 foot fly wheel on
counter abaft, 40 foot 3 In. steam pipe, with , two 38
In. double fined
. (I4 In.) tam boiler., 26 feet long.
steamdram ern7604.4r00 stand pip, breeching and
Ere front, An In pea working order; rated at 60
horse power. .4.1e0, oce Steam Engine, 6 in.
eylinder, with By-wheel, Ac., In like condition that
hangmen driven with the other.
.of FWhor partietVli rotor to HOBBS, TAYLOR A. CO.
eel log. • •
COUNTRY REAIDENCE FOR SALE.
The undaraigned offers at private We bis
country residence on Troy Hill, containing about
Six acre. ,of grad , a splendid Brick Dwelling
Rouse, an azoalla Prams Barn. with room* for
hired man with ily ; 3 acre. in grapes, in excel a
lent bearing orde r ; ataaut as choice peach trees, and
about 1130 apple trees,. polar OWL cherry, plum and
ether trees, &c. Title Indisputable. Conditions
easy. Enunir• of
stertlm . , JCIIIN 0.. ELEINEII, on the place.
poB BENT.--,Four New Two Story
Dwelling Ifirmes, wittl a t s b4l"Mr• mat 1,4
eta MOMS, M the corner of Lane and Tialm
street, near Market street. Also, • well finished
room under 'Mrs. Wlable's barber shop, to the Dia
mond,suitable Ihr gardener's mars room, or efdroe cat
ps,,water, etc. Apply to
J. LYNN' McABOY,
of Lane, bleAboy & Co., 140 Federal sum*, Alle
4132 1. 500 . ( 1
I'WO Elt A BY V A II
uWELLING of vlight room', finished attic, ball,
bug. bekment. Jtc. Lot 24, by 94 foot; now occupied
Abttway 'Wetzel tin e bop, being No. UM
Peaurylvarkla Avenue. Apply to
0. S. DATES, Comma•cial• Broker,
Butler flied, Lmn.e.oierille.
Xl4l# • Tour Mary Brkk Balding, Engine,
Bothin and Machinery ; well adapted tore mean.
/00 bet by 120 feet ; can bo purchawal
oca- 1 its original cost, by calling on
- see No. 48 Griot meet, Pittsburgh._
VOIR SALK—Fou - R. NEW Com. Furs,
1 In colo t ordar and coadttioa. Dtroansions,
00.11 W 14 'feet In Isiah and 413 i depth
Thum ant Coal Fla% and arlll be 'old at a tar
itata. Enquire of =VII If MELVA'
. at th e °Eva of John Black,
aaddetf Datpleata, Way, near the. of Hand at,
ORPHA]s-s1 couRT SALF4.OI , ' LAW
LNG, October 27th, at 10 o'clock, .111 be mold on the
premises, la the Baronet of Lawrenceville, by order
of Robert Bell, Administrator of Malcolm Leech,
ei•ed, the following twenty-Matt daairablelots in the
plan laid out of the homsttesadd property, via :
flistieen,lots, Mckhaving a front of 24 foot on the
Pittsburgh and Greensburg Pike, and extending beck
100 feet to Fairview alloy.
Two lots each baring a front of RI feet I Inches ea .
an the Pittsburgh and Giveruibutt Pike, and =land
lag tisteß 101 4% inches.
Bii koron Liberfy street, etch having a front of
in and extending hack 100 feet Oft Fairview alley.
Three lots on Liberty - street, each having a front of
24 feet sad extending back an average depth of 71 foot
ne, lot at the corner of Liberty street and Fair
view allsyr having o front of 103 feet T inches on Lib
erty street. and 118 Test 1044 inches front on Pale-
Tapes or p ayments crab pad the rwiduo
in two equal payments at one and two years. with In.
teresti seenrealTiodanum bo.d.
"'Plana of the property may be had at the auction
Rooms, No Si Fifth street
'Di'Chi t McTtWAJNE, Aact're
;ITO USHEROL D F(.lliNf,
TirTlTTßrer TEDDIASDAT MOILTLNO. Otto
ber 15th;' at-10 eclat, will be sold. at the residenos
ot John -o:Fletcher, Esq., on • Franklin strati,. oppo
vita the bisth Picsbyterion Church. Sixth Bard, the
antirODOsisbinant °trope:ice Household Furniture,
, xxc p. at* Hair Pant Chairs, Vhat-Bot, Out Franni-
_Mahogany Dooming Bureaus,
.Druseals Carpet, Parlor Ornaments, Janny Llnd LW
stead, High and LOW Pen Bedsteads, We.h Stank
=Beat Chain, Feather Bala Busk Mattrarma,
, Mamba Carpets; Looking Gismos, Window
Blinds, Dwain Carpet, Dining Boom Dell, owe set
fins china; "Mantel Clocks; - Flair Oil Cloths, Bugs.
Hooking Store and utemdls, Bitehan Furniture, he.
otiS PATO kbIeTLWAINZ, Ancers.
FURNITURE,: ROOK CASES,
4n.- 4 :in THURSDAY HORXHig:Ogt tithi, at
J elock;arffill siga wo: a Third - 014 et, the'
:wi no torupholopt at s.Boarder's Room, comprising
Ingmln . oopet,llutdo Top, lir,shogiarDressloso
Rnrsan,', Xisbla Top' •Enelos Wiabscood,
w Woos -,P,AntrOo, Two Walems Dc.ok Cries,
• Itti;l2l A HcILYTAME, Al2errO:
ILis - ffi
• s OCtIVIVIZIell 1 7 0 ( 1 OM, found ear- l •r /
sars,"#,lpp fead,• , '" A Yol3looslooldiogfaszroineat.
pype - Y OO
A 6..wi1 - " . isiahogitar eau; dotal 0011:reTt, -
aoadi.br'Clidebarbog. . A good Plano, Mg
• 6 oct•TP.: eala, square e o r o4ol .
• inadio , by Cillberr.l . ... ' 120 00
• 6 Et tsvo,lnattrogesty also, squats cortunk.
• 0 (Klan; 'toiltogany cm, square 0531204
made by Cbtckeeng. .. . ... VI 0 0
A 6 oatimorabzut Comm . 11411.11, * Ger.
03113 Make.. .... 00 00
• 0 Moo, c•r, 4•1 . ;1 7.-- 40 00'1
. • /ORME BY • t .
OtAIIV:-M=0/1,2- Si WOOD St.
EVVPIAVp f . rom i'2Y5 to POD. .
m ; 11J8,1CA
r . ayQaL
irti:itsdastipsedSirs the . sale sputa Lc tlish amp
mt Mat 00171 k 114 4 ,. VII et Cb1116:4X11340
by allnew ta isoMiSbuttiii ecitspeistestbe• - elliteplete
matt. 6ftleithorMii• Diesset • lisrin. Welmi•Beel'
Dertini. Clemente ; Stiles, Hunter, and elmlitise:.
v Tyro lust CSAUI PQ . par!.
filiektelarie. • -''
6/ iu: BTAIET.
titie biipcklA Nana'
N PIANOS. • •
aleortmeat Of Zhu sairtralleriCNAT
YlANOester este hill& do.' 'SW ars boxed a
doebt 10031EVIT PIANOS ASADA A call la re.
•t-f.) initia l: 3-
' 4 'rinitsertsa%Eoib.ateaFa
rim iti f irD FALL STOcKierill
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pPORTANT TO RAILWAY COM
PANTE.% MILL OWNERS.
We hate erected and have In operation, near the
tidy, an eretesstre Labratory for the manufacture of
LUBRICATING AND PAINT AIL.
By a new and Ingennona wientlac pcowea, and now
►nd commend to public notice, and patronage
thew grades, A, II and.o respactively, of
Wherever these lubricators have been tested, they
have been murmured greatly superior to any of the
preparations lately offered in the market.
The or beet quality la designed to take the
place of the beet Sperm Oil, and for use en cotton,
woolen or other machinery. The “II," or 2d quali
ty, fat railway end other like machinery; and the
"C," or 3d quality, for beery and mares gearing, &e.
The PAINT OIL bas been tested by numerous
Painters In tbls city, and proved to be a capitol rut
statatefor boiled Piqued Oil Indeed many Pointers
give it • decided preforenot.
These 011 s ars POW extensively manufactured at
LVIIIIIO OIL OIL WOUK&
Js tho pewee le scientific and melform, enetom , o3
tin rely on the melforrnexcolleneo of thew eloonomic
eluledente of Sperm end Flaxseed Ott A trial, and
tett Is confidently Incited.
For sale as No. 30 MARKET STREET, comer of
PFXNOO%. BALL & CO.
BNTTF AND TOBACCO X.kNUFACTUBED,
(Thriarrly 49 Chatham street, Now York,)
Would call tho attoutinn of denim, to tbo ortlclel of
him tff.ufacture, •ts :
Member,. Flap Bappen, Coarse itappee, nuterinan
Clontl6men, Demlmo, Pais "ilrgfate, N►ebkoehes,
•Scotch, High Toast Scotch, Irish High Taut or
Latodyfoot, Honey Doss Scotch, Fresh Hooey Scotch,
Attontion la called to the largo reduction in prices
of Vino Cut Chewing and Bmoking Tobatcoo. which
will be Arvid of a ouperior quality.
'Boloerro--Cons, 1, \o.:, N.. 1 arid 2 to:zed
Tra - cent .0211171t0--P. A, Caven
dish. or Sawn; tivroot scented Orovoco ; Tin roil
Sriocrwo—A. Jairo, Byanl.6, Canascor,
N. D.-2i circular of prices wlli be sent onapplies
HENRY O. I.IALE & CO.,
Am new revel, ing their
Fall and 'Winter Scock,
dtd Invite their Mende and the public , to eentolne
their stock, which I. the Maori and .net complete
Always on-hand, a largo ueortsontit of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
CORNER OF PENN AND ST. CLAIR STREETS
orcutro OVT ST ILED[CII. Miter.
VrIIOLESALR 011 RETAIL.
JAS. W. WOODWELL.
97 and 99 Shied it:eat, opposite EL Idnatuvisect CO
tod 111 Fourth irtraikt. - mhlo
LADIES FANCY FURS
41.CNT8' TCH CAPH, DOLLARS AND PLOVER,
UATEI AND CAPd
BYeryvarielly sod style of the above geode oo head
IdoCORD & CO.'S.,
_14715 151 WOOD STRIET.
OUICOBF.H. 8, 186 1.
CXV4!.I. I,A.MP CH IMN FUICR,
XX FLIRT GLASS.
these *anima," are intend/4MT the tat ' tiinmi,
heettrig all parts of the glass equally, duos not expose
It go tacking. E. T. DITiIitIDGE,
Fort Pitt Meow Works, Washington street,
*MIT Pittsburgh, Peons.
.LACK IM 4DIOND STEEL WOR)C§,
P/ITS BURGE, Pd.
PARS. BROTHER & 00..
pan cire.Lrry )11:3121ED CAST STEEL,
• truant, flat and Octagon, of all also". Warranted
*Vaal t 6 any 1 - imported or manufactured In this cam.
GGIr Mee Ind Warehouse, Noc 149 and 161 PIES?
iafaan 120 and 122 SECOND STREETS, PIttebPIES.
. LLLiA.M BARNHILL .t CO , 13ort.us
Maker". and Sheet Iron Worker', PENN
zrz Nos. 20;22, 24 and 26: Hewing secured a
to e yarvl and furnished . It with thd most Improved
2014 916ar1, we ere prepared to miumfactur• 'um,
die .l. MAW". of BOILERS, to the hest- manner, and
tented equal to any made to the country.
OH GENETS, BRICUEN, TIRE BEDS, STEAM
PII 9CB, LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS, CONDENSES/L.
SA .T PANS, TAXES, OIL STILLS, AGITATORS,
111 LING PANS, BOILER LEON 881DG.E.9;
SU lAR PANS, and sole umnefactunue of. BARN
. gt: .L'B PATENT BOILERS. , Bajudring-. doss pa
- tha'tartest notice. delgtf
G HOWIE W PORCH.
13enersi Commission Merchant,'
NEW OBLElilfg, LA
tows. B. if. /stk& Co., Pi r
K. 0. Knight & 00., and 0. P. Knight & Bret.,
f. ARLES C. . Y,-
Produce and Comminfion Merchant.
And aaalcria all liiadactf VOL - STTRY FILODCOIO,
ro. wizen' 6id= -
..... —cam. c. aura.
M COLLIBTER & BAEE,
tcs a ufactoters sad dialisron aU 1!.lutl. of
TOBACCO, 611:1111 AHD ClOilths
03.F00D EniF.T. 1
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Kiejlioolisisifll b y On' mita . ijlity of
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PITTSBURGH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1863
WEDNESDAY MORNING OCT. 14, 1863
Secretary Chase In Ohlo—.llla Speech
A dispatch from Columbus, date,' Saturday,
the 11th, to the Cincinnati Gszarrn, gives the
following account of the reception of Secretary
Chase at that place, on Saturday evening, and
a report of the speech which the occasion
drew from the distinguished gentlemen :
See rotary Chase's reception here last even
ing was remarkably enthusiastic, notwith
standing' the fact that his intended coming
was wholly unknown and Unexpected, until
the arrival of the Cincinnati papers Saturday
noon. Ilia train on the Bellefontaine and
Ohio Railroad was delayed over an hour by a
trifling accident beyond Cumberland, but
Judge Hugh J. Jewett, President of the Ohio
Central Railroad, who had gone down to Bel
laire to meet the Secretary, delayed the train
on his road to make the oonnection. Another
delay occurred at Zaneerille, so that it was
half-past two in the morning before the Sec
retary reached Columbus.
Notwithstanding the lateness of the hour
a large crowd woe waiting et the dept. As
the train approached the building the &en
ters- was gaieted with cheer after cheer,
shouts of "How are ye, greenbacks ?" "Hur
rah for our old governor." "Throe cheers
for the model Secretary," etc.,etc. A pro
cession was then formed, preceed by a band
of music, and ho was escorted to the Neil
House, where, often renewed cheering, the
Secretary, evidently the most surprised man
Columbus had seen lately, briefly made his
acknowledgments. He was profoundly grat
ified, ho said, fur this unex,pected welcome.
Ho only regretted that they had put them
selves to such inconvenience on so cold a night
and unseasonable hour to receive one who was
certainly no stranger to them. [Cries of "No
incourenience"—"tilad to see you at any time
of night."] It did him good to stand once
more upon Ohio soil and look into Ohio faces.
[Cries, "$o it does us to Lave you here."] Ho
Lad been absent from home much longer than
hu had exported to be when be started. It
was now over throe years since he had gone
on to Washington, and though often seeking
eppertonities to return, he had never Leen
able to leave the Capitol except on business,
during all that period. Indeed he had been
gone so long that ho hardly knew whether he
even had a right to vote in his own State.
[Voicea : '•Of coarse you have." "Certain
ly you have." "Von just come down to your
old Second Ward and we'll show you."]
But in ao grave a contest as this, he could
net rest easy in his -place, and be had resolved
at any rate to come home and try. [Voices—
"Bully for yon; that was just like you."]
Times had changed sadly during the interval
of his absence, bat he hoped and believed the
darkest days were poet. He had said at the
outtireak of the war, that the rebellion must
lei put down, if in doing It we bad to come to
the old revolutionary standard ands thousand
diallers for breakfast. [Laughter and cries of
"Well, guess we can stand it.") Bathe beg
god them not to understand him ea meaning
that it was within the limits of possibility
some to that, or make any approach to it. He
had no fears for the final result, and he trusted
the end was even now approaching. Our
armies must nttw largely outnumber those of
the rebels. Alrendy we had half their terri
tory and the rust nearly twice cut in two. We
hold their principal cities—New Orleans,
Vicksburg and Nashville.
Our fiesta blockaded their whole coast and
held nearly nil their ports. At last,Yhank
God I we had the deliverance of devoted East
Tennessee achieved end the Mississippi river
opened. [Cheers, and " What we gained we
held."] Thero were and must be no steps
backward. Soon ho hoped wo should hoar of
the fall of Charleston, but whether it fell
soon or late the end was sere, and in that
faith he reefed. [Cheers.] He had sometimes
thought tho war did not go un as fast Keit
might, that some mistakes might have been
avoided, and some misfortunor escaped, and
he had no doubt they had at all times thought
the name. Doubtless ho and they had alike
thought that if they only had the power they
could push some things fruiter, or could cor
rect some evils without so much delay ; but It
was easier to stand off and calmly criticise
than it was to do.
The President 'MAMA unmindful of his re
sponsibilities, and will honestly and earneatly
doing his hest. Ile was sure he might say
that much too for himself ; (Cries of '• That
you may,"] and Gm best thing for all to do
was to join in without carping co fault finding,
which, whether just or not, Could only do
harm, and . bir upholding the halide of their
Government, hasten its triumph. [Cries of
That's so." and cheers.] We wore in the
habit 'of tracing ear evils to a peculiar insti
tution. Ho had himself, endeavored to do
somewhat toward removing thole evils by an
other peculiar institution to which they had
been pleased several tines to refer. [Laughter
and cries of " Hurrah for the greenbacks."]
He thought ho might felicitate himself and
them too, that the currency was certain not to
break, so long as anything in the nation re
•mained unbroken., It was his faith that this
struggle WWI not to end save in the complete
supremacy of free labor, and of institutions
founded upon it; in'a general policy that re
cognized only free labor and a financial polity
that should be so shaped as to centre to that
labor its just rewards. Ile looked for a safe
deliverance from the perils of the present, and
for azieh and generous national future. [Loud
and prolonged cheering.]
The Secretary was then besieged by crowds
eager to take him by the hand and welcome
him back to Columbus, and finally, after more
masse and mere cheers, the assembly dispersed
-et between 3 and 4 o'clock In the morning.
Numbers of loading citizens called on Sec
retary Chase this morning to pay their re
!poets, but he aeon left the hotel and retired
to the - residence of a friend.
Another Letter of Vallandigham)e..—.
T4e Proofs or his Treason Aeeetau.
774 Ohio State :/ourstal publishes the follow
ing letter from VALANDIGNU/1 to a wawa Col
onel—a copy of which wu sent North by
James Flina West, Co. A, Ninoteenth 0. V.
1., who, in a letter to his brother, thew ro
latos hots the document cow, into his poem-
, While out on a reronnoisstuice yesterday,
we captured the baggage and privato papers
of Col. D. D. Insholl, of the Bth Alabama,
(rebel) regiment. Theo following Interesting
and delectable letter, written by 0. L. Vallau
digham, while hero, was found among .bis
papers. I send you, a copy of It, so that you
may know 'where this man stands, and be gov
ernod accordingly, as' from the tenor of your
last later . / was led to believe that yed'was
inclined. to favor his eleetion as Governor of
Ohio. Bob when you come to .understand his
daoutob/s woolen, I hope for the 'sake of the
good name, Of our family,,and. the 4111/86 of
our country,!-you will withhold your vote from
so had wawa. The original letter will be sent
to headquarters for l'ltosers" inspection.
[Copy. of /atter captur.d.)
Doss Cob.: Your kind 'nottranti.invitation
of yesterday wee this morning hitUded me by
your brother-In-law, who will hand you this
in return. -It would give me much pleasure
to visit you and your command before leaving
the Confederscf, batik is now imposaiblo to
do so, as I itivro made arrangements to stem
this A. 11., ,with the earliest train lor Wil
mington. • • t
Yon surmise ecitteetlY, When you say that
yott believe me to be the friend of the Booth
In her etrugglo for freedom. My leolingi have
been publicly ex . pressod in my own country,
hi that quotation 'from Lord Cho:lotto—. My
Lords, you cannot conquer America." Thero
is note drdirbt pnrttariblood hk my veins. I
hatedititiets Mid tidy' the tyrannical Govern-.
mentwiuelaas tent me among you, 'for. my
opinions' sake, and- shall never give it My
support In its crande -upon yourinstlttitions.
But you are mistaken When•you say-there are
but fesi snob in the United States, North.
Thotuiands are theist Who , wriald opt:ACC:A
tmt for the miiitary 1 tteep?tism,thui, spur:glee
Altb°4o't4l,NPUS-a.'l4on, aid' will.
anititioxlieyeagolidy Vae,youliam but to
lkirsertie;And , the',vittory , lurilly bd
Mil. You must etrike, biome I Ttiefut l iii
j i polleiltingthent the must. The Aloft,'
'AO rt1id,0414“404. „rag in
have your own terms by gaining the battle on
your enemy's soil.
Accept my kind regard. for your personal
welfare, and sincere thanks for your kind
wishes in my behalf, and hoping and praying
for the ultimate cause in which you are fight
leg, believe me, aa eve4your friend, sir lilotn night of the WONDER OF WON
' O. L. Vat.t.strozonsv- DEWS, the Great Pryco Opt !cal and Spiritual Enigma
Col. D. D. Dtattitrl;Bth Ala. Vole.
of the Nineteenth Century.
The Vote for Governor In Oct., 1800.
TLIE GrIOST ! TILE Gil%2
TIIIS ill'ednesday) EVENING, will be performed,
C".ti" forC urtin— r e ' l , oo l :,; . m e ti..7 1 ,1 1 " . by request, the new three act dram.. of wonderful
interest, written expreesly for theintroduction of lb
650 I TEE DREAM SPECTRE.
1,888 80:5'; Sir e'figegirr.
987 To conclude with
582 ! WILU'S GO VARNOB
IS; TILE ORIULNAD PICTURE,
776 ' From bible's Saloon, New Tork, rat
ao !MASONIC HALL,
Erie . • . . 5,613
Crawford . . . 5 , 277
Mercer . . . 3,624
Lawrence . . . 2,645
Beaver . . . 2 , 682
Washington . . 4,768
Allegheny . . 1 8 , 879
Butler . . 3,526
Venango . . . 2,581
Armstrong . . . 3,474
Indiana . 3 , 672
Jefferson . . 1,880
Forest . . . . 129
Wa rr en . . . . 2,112
McKean . 1,098
Somerset . . . 2,977
l'otter . . . 1,410
Bradford . . . 6 , 0 "
Susquehanna . . 4,110
Wayne . . . 2,810
Clinton 1 750
Centre . . . 3,185
Huntingdon . . 3,070
Franklin . . . . 4,053
Mifflin . . . • 1, 7 2 3
Juniata . . . . 1,503
Parry . . 2,416
Snyder . . . . 1,704
Union . . . . 1,820
Dauphin 4 555
Lycoming . . . 3,015
Lebanon . . . . 3 , 847
Schuylkill . . 7,301
bancastor . . 13,012
Chester . . . 7, 5 4 0
Delaware . . 3,183
Bucks . . 6,383
5,2 - 6
Clarion, . . . 1,785
(Insane, . . . 1,529
Fayette, . . . 3,382
Westmoreland. 4 , 830
Cambria, . . . 2,177
Bedford, . . 9,464
Fulton, . . . 828
ClearOold, . . . 1,755
Cumberland, . . 3,625
Adams, . . 3,773
York, . . . . 5,322
Montour, . . . 983
Columbia, . . 1,848
Sulliran, . . 394
Wyoming, . 1,192
Luzern°, . . 6,662
Piko, . . . . 324
Monroe, . . . 822
Carbon, . . . 1,722
Northampton, . 3.507
Lehigh, . . 4,060
Borks, . . . 6,833
Montgomery, . 5,812
Philadelphia, . 40,233
Counties for Curtin,
Comatiee for Poster,
Majority, . 13
Colo of the Paople'd Party, 263,397
Democratic cote, . . . 230,268
Curtin', majarity, . . . 33,129
People'■ party—Woytio, Clinton,
llomocratiledford, Cumberland, Adams,
Payette, Lutorne, Philadelphia.
Ti aw Cotorrir.--Cameron county was formod
in 1859, from McKean, Pottor, Elk and Clin
The partnership heretofore enisting between
the subscribera, under the firm of .PHILLLFIL
FREW d CO., hu this day been &moire!, CHAS.
LOCKHART and WILLIAIt FREW having per.
chem.,' the entire intonate of the other partnere,
The bust/helmet the into first will be mantled by LOC li-
HA RT k FREW.
- WILLIAM FREW,
• ABU'S! V. Km . .
Pittsburgh, August 10th, 180.
ra•RLL LOCUWIT RILLIkId
LOCKI-lIRT & FREW,
Producers and Refiners of Petroleum,
ALDION OIL WELLS, Vca.g. county,
and lIRILLIA.XT OIL WORKS, liesidry's Rua,
Office, 172 1 la WOOD STREET
FIIHE PARTNERSEILP heretofore ex
timir Nay.% the undersigned, under the style
and limn of. HILL, McCLURE S CO., has this Sae
been mutually dlsoolved, IMO& HILL and. AMOR
LEWIS laming purchased the Interact of ROWER
McCLCRE, the 'Goatee.. of the late firm sillhe set
tled Iv by HILL a LEWIS.
Pittsburgh, Oct. 7th,
T_TILL .k LEWIS, successors to HILL,
I.I..3IeCLUIIE t CO., will continue to manufkature
at their old stand, corned of Grant and Seventh sta.,
of Good Dry 3Latortale to the bad meaner all srticlos
of Carpenter'• Work, for finlahipa tech as
Doors, flash Frames, Mutters, Mouldings, D.A., de.
Builders, and those contemplattng building, are invi
ted to call and examine our work.
oce:2lrd lIILL d LEWIS:
NOTICht The undersigned having
-LI purchased the entire stock from the long ea.
tabllshed boom of J. R. McCUNE, would announce
to his old customers and•ahe poblle hbe removal to the
atom ID Liberty area!, (lately occupied by J. R,
McCune,) where a large and complete stock of Sad•
diens' and Shoemakers' Leather Findings, nide.,
Oils, de., can be found, and at Immt rates.
G. 11. ANDERSON, Liberty etred.
IN RETIRING FROM THE HIDE
AND LEATHER BUSINESS, I most cordially
commend my euccessor as a men of strict integrity
and good buainout quallauttons. Por some month'
to come I will continue to occupy Mr. ANDER
SON'S connting room, and will take great pleasant
to Introducing him to my one. acquaintanoun.
July 24th, ISM.
1125:3Ill J. R. M'CUNE,
DISSOL UTIO N.—Notice is hereby
gften that the partorreldp lately flillting be.
talon McGREWS & STONE, Coal Merchant+. of
Pittabh,ao&s: the Arm of McGILEWB & STONE,
muted coolant on • the 10th day of
April, 1863. R ILLIA3I STONE baring purcheard
the entire Interett of McOREWS, the buelueas Mli
hereafter be conducted by, WILLIAM STONE.
Ample arrsogomonts bare been made to load coal.
bo a. , t om ., tu m ul t 0:41, Nut Coal, Sc., at ream
able prices; Mice, ElNieblVs Building, corner of
Mato, end Water omen, Room No. 2, itdriatory.
Steamboat MAW/ ogles at lam place.
PENSIONS, iIOITIN'TY, BACK PLY
T. *ALTER DAY,
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT,
100 FIFTH SWIFT, hi door below the Cathedral.
AB watin d.dykddlayt. who bare been in the mill.
tau or naval:serviee, ant entitled to 1100 Bounty
and Peadon, All Soldier. who barb "erred two
years are alto "raided to the SIDS Bonaty.
Enchanted by , eason of diseame. are entitled to pen.
done. Widows of soldier" who dle; or are killed to
tho Berth* axe entitled 'to wait* and the 5100
Moen claims of every description, prompt) y at
tended -to. No 'harp made in eny ease until the
money tacolleeted. biblyna-le
pENdIOIII, BOUNTY, BACK PAY.
H. C. MACKRELS,
ATTOUNET AT LAW AND CLAD! AGENT,
KO. 144 TISTEIISOKET...Ptersnitan.
CoHectic= Al le In
.ytrl Intl* =WM.
Protecuto SOLDLia. .of may desedp.
Om:t ; DOKNTIP tOc a gythA r t B°411 " 1 * 238.
MONS. tar wounded sifters , eue Soldier.; BM..
Trim and rallevnts Widrroi PEnlals.- 02 1lbda
Cbgdm.-13rotherd 'Slaw% or other lqpi-typc.,
, slatalivie , pram who.hollidSed in the lerlloo,' at
41404 aftit dbalsTr •frlovdieNie em,rfcalialb
WPM*=ISMS oll*SleN Ad , letter.llll W'
rasswprea m is le= soded•
PITT~BURL H THEATRE.
t..w and ?daratger
FOIL A SHORT SEASO2II,
WEDNESDAY, Ootober 14th, 1883,
GOODWIN d CO.'3 GIGANTIC
Polyorama of the War.
The largest, meet onmplete and only authentic
HISTORY OF THE GREAT REDDLLION ever de
picted on canvas, forming a perfect transcript of every
event of Importance from the Bret dread signal at
Sumter dowl, to the capture of 'Vicksburg.
This i• the 63121.• COLOSSAL PICTURE Or THE
Wilt that cm exhibited in Pittsburgh in January
loot, and gave such universal satisfaction to crowded
and delighted audiences for three comecutive weeks
and the some from which marked its advent in this
city also greeted Re appearance in Cleveland, Cincin
nati, Louisville, St. LOUIS, Chicago. Baltimore, Waah
ington and Philadelphia, the most CapariOts halls in
those cithe being Insufficient to actsimmodate" the
immense thottig• which flocked to winless it.
During theitnenths of July and 4p.i. thie
tar, was placed in the bends of the talented Artiets
owlet oho. umpires It was originally produced, end
for nine works their united energies were beetowed
in retouching the picture and exectumg stew scenes
of absorbing interest. Each mane has been entirely
repainted. and stands forth in all the fr.hriess and
lustre of Its prestlne beauty. The immimie OUCCVag
and unparalleled reputation acquired by this match.
lees painting. brought Into the held • host of misera
ble Imitations, which hare vainly endeavored to
compete for the public favor. The efforts havetroved
utterly futile, and the press and public, with une ac
cord, have pronounced GOODWIN A CO.'S POLYO
- OF THE WAR unrivalled and unapproacha
ble. Tim .hlbitlim is now under the exclusive
direction and control of Mr. RUFI'S SO:KERBY,.
who will pcaltively appear at each exhibition and de
liver an elaborate Historical Lecture, Om rendition
of which. In the principal cities of the United States,
hoe extorted the unqualified epprobatlon of the en
tire puha. ll,'. Geo. D. Prentiss., of the Louisville
!ow-nal, In commenting upon this Lecture, awarded
to Mr. temerity the proud title of the MOST GIFT
ED ELOCUTIONIST OF THE DAY. Still further
to increasethe attractiveness of this elegant and m
aned cotertalnment, Mrs. RUFUS SOSIERBY, the
eminent Contralto Vocalist, will introduce, at tosh
exhibition, a variety of popular and appropriate gongs,
ballabs, Ac., many of them written expressly to illus
trate the yarhru deeply, exciting scene.,. The charms
of melody are the. wedded to the printers' art, and
the looses of ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE, CLASSIC/
ORATORY and REFINED MUSIC will be presented
with an eutertainment which etands risnfrasedly
WITHOUT A RIVAL IN THE WORLD.
OirTickete, 25 CENTS; Children under ton, 15
CENTS. Door. open at 7, comancuoe at 754 o'clock.
Grand Mealtime WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
AFTERNOONS, at 3 o'clock, when chlldron will tie
admitted for 10 come each.
HUYCs SOIfRRBY. -Manaicor.
C. AMORY BRUCE, Apo, oclo3l.
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, NC
THE LARGES7' STOCK OF
Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths,
&c., ever offered in this city,
is now opening at prices
muoh below the late factory
OLIVER II'CLINTOCK & CO.,
N EW FALL KrocK JE:::rr OPENED
NEW C.tRPET STORE
McFARLAND, COLLINS dt CO.,
71 and 73 Fifth Street,
t 6 Poo .otßee mood Dsvatch aradiacr.
Raving' Just purchased (or cash, during the recent
favorable condition of the market., a meat extensive
and complete mot - Uncut of the newest and choicest
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
We tre [lna offoring prxl4
AT PRICES OF A YEAR AGO 1
Dy our reduction In prier. we have almost closed
out our former purcbaees, and now offer to buyers
at wholesale and retail
ENTILTI L'W AND FRELSTI STOCr,
Übeurvetem,l by way cm . offered In this city
aAtaL Et 3P',3E rr gRo,
JUST OPENEio AT
MoGII a, .1 1 um's,
No. 87 FOURTH STILES?,
A large assortment, which will be *old ►t a very
crest rodueeou from late prices.
W. D. 6tH MoCALLULL
GET THE BEST.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY IN THE LAND
(From the &kat/ enerioan.)
We are having a great mony Inquiries for Bowleg
/Machines from ♦nylons pane of the country, and as
we cannot conveniently reply to them by mall, we
thought It proper to mato our opinion In regard to
thorn-fn this public manner. We ttm the -
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,
iefid ' 84 4. in regard to it, that It is WITHOUT A
No other matbine exceeds It In' its-adapt
ation to all purposes of domestic use. It Is stmpie,
not etutity put out of order, and in point of effec
tituneorAnd Web, no other nutottine eta,* ahead of
It, We 'tato this - . much In regard
. .to this excellent
machine upon one own . respousibilltY, find hope
thereby to saveatAolice considerable time and poet
age in antrwering*ters."
041 at the Agottey, :Ca St FIFTH STREET, atel
Its them 61 operation. •
Theo Kaaba warranted arse
WIL SUMNER sta.
••! , «liiiiiiiet • Nrztrnitx
RICHARDSON, HARLEY d: CO.,
COMMISSION & FOAWAIIDIXO BLEIWEIANTS.
Crude and' Relined Petroleum,
No. 19 IRWIN STIIKET,
ORT Liberal Cash adratkceu ort consignments for
Pittsburgh or Eastsru Markets.
Meow.. J. B. Dilworth & Co.,
Bpringer Ilsrbangh, Esq.,
ThoMpson Den, rag., Fleet. Commereisl Dank_
TACK & BRO.,
Crude and Relined Petroleum,
132 WALIirT BT., PHILADELPHIA
Business entrusted to our are will receive our
prompt personal attention.
Rater to Mann. Richardson, Harley d Co., Brewer,
Burke ,t Co., and McClelland it Davis, Pittsburgh;
Thos. Smith, Esq., Pmt. Bank ; 11. L. Sorer
IRON CITY OIL WORKS.
LYDAY & C.IIOIIPLNNING,
Itemotseturars and Ildinars of CARBON OIL, BEN
ZINE AND LUBRICATING OILS, and dealers in
CJ DE PETROLEUM.
%Corks, apposite Sharpsbarg.
Of .<, No. SO HAND STREET.
apll:6m Iressrscn, PA.
L. MILLER, JB, AGENT,
123 WALNUT BT., PHILADELPHIA.
CRUDE & REFIRED PETROLEUM
On Commietlon exclusively. All china at moat
STORAGE FOR REPINED In cool collate. Far
CRUDE. under good sheds.
V ' ort VeuLc..r--na7II4V4StL,OSILII9I, EXPO RT.
General Meroluuniize Brokers,
133 SOUTH ?BONI ET., PHILADELPHIA.
CRUDE & REPINED PETROLEUM,
CAtkITIr SODA, FORA 1.811. BIIIINTONE,
Orden to buy or tell promptly attanded to.
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
COMM /ESION If ractri Itr&
Particular atlantic/lc paid to consignments of
Crude and Refined Petroleum.
air Liberal &dewlap made.
11 NORTH FllO.$T ST., PHILADELPHIA
- Broker at Commission Merchant
CRUDE & REPINED PETROLEUM,
LUBRICATING OIL AND BENZOLE
And dealer In Crude and Refined PE'TROI.EI.73I
BARRELS. • au.3:ly
BREWER, BURKE az Co.,
Agents of tho
GLOBE, PACIFIC AND LIBERTY OIL WOBES
Liberal each advarmea made on ck3wilvactent. of
Reared or Crude Petroleum.
COR. DUQUESNE WAY t FLANCOCIVSZA
JOHN I- Wwc[..- CNOTINI.
WALLACE Sc CURTISS,
CRUDE & REFINED PETROLEIIK,
BENZINE AND LUBRICATING OILS,
0. lL GORDON, Secretary.
Wks, No. 98 Water sante. Span t c0.'.2 Wars.
holm, up stairs, Pittabmgh.
611481311 apsinat as kind. of Fire and Marina
MAIN A Horse "mated= stertaura by Directors %rho
an tenltt bass in du cononanitu and trim ore diGer.
bY Pr.Pto.e. and Weetliti to moiato.ie the
ehsearhr addeA Clay ham asenno%t-Kap kcal
pm:notion to those who desire 62
COMMISSION I Stock
310.1 o. .... 2acu 00
No. 134 SOUTH WHARVES, PHILADBLPHIA.
far Storage capacity (under rover,) for 15,000 bbla,
Also excellent facilities for shipping to Matt(=
and Poreign ports, at our wharf on the EiclanylkM
ither, near tha platform of the P. B. 11. pod) ,
WALES, WET3IORE A: CO.,
SUPPERS OF PETROLEUM
111 MAIDDMi LANE, NSW IVEY.
• mpla tactlitla. for SIOUAGE AND SHIPPING
at their yard and wharf. Rim lions.
MEN need not be embarrassed by
autorrennut of the Bulk OrdittallCC. Winn
they can have their OTL barrelled and shipped with
out touching the City Wham... as cheap. =no
prompt. with loam risk, less trouble and in better
KIRK'S OIL YARD,
Oa the Allegheny Valleyltatroad. game Lawrence.
whore ull le pumped at the boats direct to
the care., and ehlpped to any point, East or Wen,
**thoot any drsying or re.shlpplng.
All orders promptly attended to.
acirOMoo as lard. on Citizens Partner R. It.
Poet 00los address, DOE 94 Pittsburgh ; or I can
be mein dully at the On. Eat:RA=2..
apm DAVID KIRK.
aro. w. noLDsna —.IMVILT eosaten.
WOODVILLE OIL REFINERY.
GEO. W. HOLDSIWP . CO.,
Mattufacturees of BURNIISO OIL AND LIBBICA•
TIRO OIL. Keep constantly an hand the eao best
quality of BLItNLNCI OIL, clear and without color;
also, a gad LUBRICATOR, pure SMITE BEN.
ZOLE and CAN ORE.tBE.
ti'All olden left at No. 31 /MR STREET,.
Bank flock, second Roof. will. to promptly attended
D IAMOND OIL WORKS.
NAYLOR & SMITH,
Refiners and Dealers In Carbon Oil,
emu:puma br say In the toartraa.
car Olden left at their QS* 210. 41 ALUM=
BTmT, or at their tenths In Lawrettenrilla will be
Promptly attended to. Bum of MUDS OIL.
LUC '1 OLL W ' .
DUNCAN, DITNLAP & CO.,
Pure White *fined Carbon Ono,
Offlos, zn umEiTy sum,
RMERT AS WO.RT
' No. 1 BT. cLaut BT. prrisoccom -
Forwarding & Commhodon Merchant
AND DEALER IN 01L8.
ittnersarrge, tosemarso, CRI7DE
PITBOLEIIM OILS. 3a.. constantly on -bath and
Ibr sels as the Laws: =dust prime. Oonsigruasette
mid orders eoltoised. , 07:eas
OLUDE RIEM,BID OILS,
' njor'tOATe. LVENS, nava% *a
trizeler Stetir,, pea** WI
N i n. r t
VOLUTE LXXVI--NO. 285
AlcCi3i3tlCfi .4 CALLS~DER
21.1 awl 213 South Water Street,
Cer Coostgrommu whetted.
Lyda, a Chorponnlng, Iron City Oil Wort.
Jacob Painter, of J..p.inur Co.
'lnn Chalfant, of Spans, Chalfant S Co.
J7 23 :17
RIDER ok CLARK,
Petroleum and its Products, Oils,
CA SDI. El S. 4,C., dG
81 Bn.o.in STREET... . Foss
Gfl W&TE73. a I=
oar Airerats for the PORTLAND KEROSENE OW
WORKS, NEW YORK pAr...trrnr. CAN DLEI
W. A. CELAPILAN,
OS water & 132 Frvut ete.
PETROLITE OIL WORKS.
PRIME WRITE CARRON OIL, BIZItOLE AT,
PETROLEUM LERRICATIRG OIL.;
c.pacity two thowand barrob NI. %sock., •
REESE ff. GRAFF. PEA)7RreTona.
OfEleo, 110NONG&ILELA 110CSE,ItIttsburgh.
j AMES lICIVIN,
Oil of Vitriol and Aqua Ammonia.
ordors left at John Porterfield & Co.'. Office, Car.
tier of MARKET Ala) FIRST STREETS, will re!,
cell. prompt attent lon. ^e2o
I. 73 URAJrC E.
NDENINITY AGAINST LOSS BY
mar TIRE n: sui 11 0 E COffi•
PA.NY Or PELILADELPLiId. Om., 435 and 437
Cheatnot street, pear Filth.
Statement of Aseeta, Jammu Ist, ISO, published
Agreeably to an act otAisembly, being—
That Mortgages, amply aecutod —..41,E55,P83 00
Beal Eitate (petrel val. 8105,314 61) en.t 102,935 00
Dtopotaq .11n3 on ample Collateral
5'.!...Z:k9.031 C. 5
tsar The onlypronta from premium. which this
Company can Wilde by law are from dam, which
have been determined.
Inrcirenco made on eery dcwaiption of property,
in tom and country, at rein no bs u arirowletnat
Since their Incorporation, • perimi of thirty years,
they bare paid loans by fire to on nmouritcrowding
Pew /Mose of Zielfore, thereby affording eridenco
of the ad of Instrance. ea their
ty and diepcaltloo to moot with prompts:um all lia
Lanes paid during the year 1858_
Chart.. N. Dandier, lona Los,
Mordecai D. Loads. Jacob D. Smith,
Tobin Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
Darla B. Brown,Geo. W. Richard.,
Eaannol Grant, • Georg. Fates,
CRADLES . DA.NCEER, Feealdern
EDWARD C. DALE, nee Pewideat.
W. A. Biwa., Srordarp pro ifs.
NE COFFIN, Aunt.
ear. Wood d Thin! atc
myo O. North
Insurance Co. of North America.
Insurance Co. of the State of Penna.,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company
Qlnatnaow in the above old luld relLablo oato
pool.' can be obtained on application to
, w. F. JOYES,
SagaLey's Buildings, E 7 stsysd.
WESTERN INSURANCE CUMPA
NT 07 FITTpIitIIGH,
B. MILLZD, Jr., Proldent.
Open Accounts, ft
41i*" 1 1,
Dotes sad ItMs Discount
R. Miller, Jr..
Jame • MeAtari.
Dalva' 31. Long.
Benj. P. IS..keTral
C. W. le.r.kotmott,
M. GOIIDO,r, Stcyst.l,4r.
CITIZEN'S INSURANCE COSIPANY
Of PISTSBURGLII. OtleNSarrior 51 gket 841
water Wee% eccemd door.
SAIITTLL UEA, fisemtary.
Imam Steamboats and Carves, -
Imam against kw and damage to t4ei nattgattsb
of the. Southern sad - Western ahem Lakes awl
B am, and Ms navtgattsll - of the Seas,
laaates aptmt !vs atnd dr . liaage try ate.
a. M. Kier •
John Btdp;on. -
James 31 Conch,
.1. Wive , Jr.,
John 8. Dilworth, '
Charier IL Zug.
W. C. 3oluonon,
B. T. Jona.,
Hon. T. 3L Hari.
Barclay Pram. .
PEOPLES INSU • . - CH COMPANY,
Oboe, N. ceinter WRod &Fifth Ste
PIER AND MARINE INSURANCE
Jana D. Venter.
capt.loko L . Rhoads,
Cha.7lBB 8.1110611, Daniel Wallem, . ~
Wm. Van Kirk, C. Hama Lam.. !,
' s •
WM• PHILLIPS. Metidest: -
JOHN WATT, Vim PrukteM.
WM. F. GAILDNEP., Boentory. --- - jultly
ALLEGHENY LNSURAN E
PANT OP PITTSBURGH.— Delta. No r 31;
ISM arid, Bask Block.
lemma against all kinds°, Pin sad Natinttlt
masa JONES. Prtairkma,
JOHN D. !STORM, Vice Pradied.,,,,,.
D. N. BOOK. &adapt,
Capt. W3I. DEAN, Gamut Arad.:
Oagt. Advil ..Taa33Be: ' A "'" ..
. Capt. Wtp. Dauk,
Reit Dattil. 1_
OW& a C. Gray.
B. L. ItahneutA,
A LLEN M'CORMICK & CO„ Vuiier = `
wrWata,,coea;.altLWEßTT BUM, '• -
.llastersetungs of:COON:PARLOR' ANTI HEAT. •
IRO BTOVEg iu rlt ANDKITC/lEN GIMTEd..
HOLLOW W Stud SO 0 41471 V:odds, Nolt- •
Po.&Cho* Dog Ittni ‘ WegOratdows lb
P r s .tUsl. PualiwarbDregArtlltsels,'Oospikurs
'm , oCuLtuP glcurraLY. Abo. Jobbing bad btschthop ,
Gastrup roads to °Aar. •Patazdsd l'ortsbbt 11111.
with Bums or nom Power. . spltlbid ,
"f • b 31.15TEEN,-BaAss Het tm3,
. ois IntiouL Plusleolo. iiltmtt4%
poi to as niti FP And i*Pe_Arlll Utt
nip, utur Baku., ANLITRON t..44‘q •
moo to ecda. Also BUM CA1111141%
landronalle Un shorloit mike,
AU olden left attics. AI sad it*tat naM
nor Math ana l :
Rat ty dwitretlkklhili
disetek, of oi .
1 $104 1111 . 91 09.1 1 4 11000 h 101•TO R ,-.----- •
.—..— 7,800 00