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IFEDNEBPAY, litintkilliG=OCT. 14,1863
310itls:koi...tve?e. flrilg.
:IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON.
Itti in Relation to Affairs on
e Rappahannook Oorreoted,
lINEUVEEINGS OF THE OPPOSING atm
=CMG ON BATMAN, BENDA! AND
MONDAY.
MEADE'S ARMY IN
N EXCELLENT
CO NDIT 10,
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION
OPEN.
:Most& to General Moorhen!.
Wasinxinos, Oct. 18.
Gen ; Morrheati has jusl received the fel
', :lowing highly important dispatch-from Wash
ington. It is from high official authority, and
contains the latest and moat reliable Writes
-from GOEL. lieado's army
The enemy, some days ago, made a move
ment apparently to turn Gen. Meade's right.
Thlaled•to a maneuvering of the two armin,
And to pretty heavy skirmishing on Saturday,
Sunday and Monday. • We have frequent die
patches from Gen.. Meade, and up till ten
o'clock last (Monday) night, nothing had hap
:psned giving either side any marked advert
tap. Oar army iimported to be In excellent
;:•condition. The telegraph is open to General
-- , - Meado's camp this morning, but we have not
troubled him for a dispatch. •
SNEAK-THIEVES OVERHAULED.
ADDRESS FROM TEE PEOPLE OF MGM
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VERY IN MARYLAND A NULLITY.
:-Ant MS BOY TIE EAPPgIANNOCK.
REBEL CAVALRY DETERIORATING.
&e., Ate
epedel Dinat4 to Pittsburgh Gamins.
PuturlitLem.a, O. 13,18 p.
Twonty sneak-thieves, hired for the pur
pose of cheering for Woodward, end prodded
with iiititeris' clothes, were overhauled this
morriliag . by the Provost Guard.
raft short' time an addresi from the pecipla of
Virginiawill bepresonted to the Presideut, con
densling nutedily his leniency to the traitors'
North and GoUth; Lot endorsing ell other acts.
They acknoWledge their detestation of Shy
very, and recommend that some measure be
adopted to purge it from Fast Virginia. The
address -will 'condemn maudlin • Provost Mar
shah and lukewarm Unionists..
Slavery in Maryland Ia almost a ability. It,
' b believed that in three months from this date
none will remain. Rapidly all able bodied
male slaves ere disappearing from that State,
the negroee are going into Bath where they
are enrolled as Federal soldiers st the aver
_ age of eizty per day.
Eight United States steamers are at present
blockading Wilmington, N. C.
There is no disagreeable news from the Rap.
pahannoek to-day. The rebels are not at
Thoroughfare Gap, u stated In the 'papers,
but at Thoroughfare Mountain, forty miles
from the Gap. It is believed that the robed
army is about to retreat, and is trying to throw
dust in hicade'e eyes' Jost before leaving for a
, point further down in Disie.
The rebel General Bishop. Polk is to be court
. reartaled for being licked at. Chickamauga and
ailing to retake Chattanooga.
The Richmond Whig says, concerning-
Lee's cavalry, that it has sadly..deterionited,
and is now only able to fall back. It takes
-. Stuart to task and Bays Unless (ion. Lee,
takes the matter in hand, our cavalry will.
goon become a disgrace to the the country.
The Whig is also very much uhained that
the lfaiikee tailors and shoemakers 011 horse
back are inperior to the cavaliers of the
South. W. J. J. .
MAIO IN ROSECRANS' DSPARTIIENI
OPERATIONS' OF BRAGG'S FORCES,
DIVEMS OE THE AM CONSOLIMED.
ustimso TiiE :BATTII OF CHICAMMICA.
PURSUIT OF WHEELERS' FORCES,I
• FIGHT AMONG THE REBELS.
&c,
Nzw Yonx,oFt, la.- 7 -Tho. following sped at
relatire tnaplecrans' Rimy oppeere
'nndera Washington date : _
Things are uaehanged with the exception
that the enemy 'bays removed their artillery
from 3ieokont bionntain, where' they bad
,about- ton , pieces in .poiltlon,And appear to
ban'aomewhat,withdrawn , their -forms. It
le:euppoled that will...'oeneentrita. their arta-.
&me of .the en
ter. are hasvy and all seem . to (wry
4... y hold both licnkont Mountain and
,Xintintaart'Badge, from which the threw
on the 4tb.and4th inst. On the
.. - :day :ISO abatis wereAhrOwn= by, the enemy.
~ .,;Theti'hotrever, iniiketod damage beyond
tintinding three men, and killing , one hersal•
•-• Wcharo several linas.ofintrenchments, and
. ; :tintensive earthworks ere 'still 'goineeti: The
4141 of the- enen4rappeare.tota nOt.,to make^
AU attack in Irenc bartd Valenti leabadr.
don C hattanooga simply ho lding fn-our
eetit position, with their anny , In front en:.
r soying fu with: their: artillairi, and brialibii
oar Men of communication bycavalry
one rear ' ' ' "
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A general order lesuod On the 7th.iniiiiinneei
`]lgor general Iteynolds.es eiget. of staff-in
...plane of General Garfield, who primatera , the
,reitionlo assume. hie seat in Congress.` 'The dlitelons of the army-wily ba- amnion
,-'dated into six, to forrethe Yam* stops, and
:;ths,ponith amp with c10n..-Tholoaa and Gran
ro— Thoil Oder, the. former
wUi latimmiended by Generale Bayard; Barb
And Bonne* and thee° °ander , the latter by
.43eniTilli:140od, Sheridan and Palmer.`' Cep.?
ensetn-wlill be Chief ot , .
Gee4.ltcaseraie denies . *Midair to :lira.
ttroni '
_any ehargei :against Gene. .h 1 oCroolt
Juni antendene: •It in bettered genarally - that
. willehow a mach - hotter regard
'+ahin reports in regard to them warrant:
With the _of reinforcement/ al-
irosdy arrived movements will soma be made,
. .0 h hopefi that; will , drive the enemy fria`
',Sate 044, 1 4:- - , . ~,
-.. - J :Ths,srmt t's}.lll:woli auppued•jrita wily:,
r i,..D.t...,. = nod bet,-..the want , of
-.-' war iesul it cold Wettbor, !Attire:WA.'
is intierliig
- . t ! All thelrowidtd that ' iri title to boar ro
, iftoraliove been sent:North.
i As botiioltfis In the late Wlll l iwit l tie
..,- 4esit thsola, ooo , , • - -- , , -, -,
--' - „,_, Osi Thorsiloy - ,zthii , ro l bif; from tioNitp l igila
"do of the riror44o4. iotp- our r aitexie,ood
Ikobolonoo era* posoing over • the Valley
irsdostonollectirtcssuaki'l4:lfinh,g'oolt
Ending minirotftutiliiro ; 412tyrsOrliliotir:.'
lazed on embomissfajecittfilinifpOztalion ho
Iblo way - • '
, - oral poss _ ..- .-.. J r ...' '-`", .! ~ ,, ini ;,;,..
Twos or heeler , after hurolag a par
-4102: of Sholbrillif, - iiiiiii ittiggtedibT Cloi-
Civoli not ler from UMO.P4MOTM-WO 4 OOFOOT•
We 111101121/0, : the nem f tiolblheon
li,
cII otillafoo i of _ .4._ The roliati
_Vat tWri, ;'!*- ( 0 04 1 h t. - 411'141631A1V
ixreftivaX: ir di tied fait itg '
, joie too ' st - lii there- 'Al hat
FEEEEi
'aecoanto they were making thole way into the
i n terior;.-oloat*rpttrinted shy-- our • liavaini,
*dads heogardell astoritScleittly strong to take
giro of them.
goddy hat pus d thsiTonnosoe with 1;000
maul-lisepasott etrattgh•tarldruiville on the
liforaptitsind ffrieloston Railrkad, yo;torday,
and made off in the direction of Winchester.
On Friday night they drove in our pickets.
At the tunnel, this aide of Cowan, came &m
-g, was' done by throwing down stones, bat
to no great extent, and the obstruction have
been removed.
' Gen.'Hooker sent a farce last night to that
t, bat the rebels did not venture in attack.
i . There sums to be good reasons for believ-
Ile% that the rebels had a light among them
selvbb last Monday, in which five or six bun
dred, were killed and - wounded. Deserters
'confirm the statement, but differ as to the
cause.and the tome engaged. One version is
that Georgia troops refused to cross the
hietatteulga; and IVither's division was sent
own to compel them. The other was, the
ennessee troops had.. refused to obey orders,
thcY Longstreet's formi were sent against them.
e line of battle and gash of the guns could
diatinctly seen from the mountain tops.
This occurred-at the time of their connotin
rg on Monday, by which we conclude that
1 was thenature of their trouble.
MPORTANT FROM . MEADE'S ARMY.
,
i I3,RISR FIGHT FOR TWO HOURS.
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par Men Compelled to Retreat.
,LIPEPPED. EVACUATED BY OCR 'FORCES.
tee's Whole Army Reported this
i Aide the Rapidan.
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111EIDE'S.A1MY FALLEN BACE TO NORTH
BANK OF . THE ILIPAIHANNOCK.
lITTEIRPT TO TURN GEN. NUDE'S RIGHT WING.
ac., ac.
Wan:savor, Oct. 13..—The Tuna spoeial
says : Early on Saturday a brigade of cavalry
Eelonging to Eilpatriolt's Division, attempted
a recennoitsanoe, and on the south side of the ,
It:hertsons river they wore attacked by a large
force of rebel cavalry amply supported by
infantry and artillery, under command of
Stuart in person. 'rho infantry force .was one
of fiwoll's division', and numbered about
8,000 men. A brisk fight ensued, luting
about an hoar, when our cavalry was com
pkllod to fall back on their infantry supporta,
tirCe miles from Calppepor.
'At this place another conflict ensued, In
which oar infantry supports ware worsted and
compelled to retire s the rebels capturing about
oao hundred of the Twelfth New Turk{ Our
cavalry again formed into line, and made a
splendid charge, recapturing all the prieoners
taken except fifteen or twenty. Rebel rein
[Ornaments coming to their assistance, our
[mem pushed back to Culpepper, skirmishing
all the way.
There is heavy firing this afternoon, indi
cating that the engagement had been renewed.
later intelligence from the front says our
forces have evacuated Culpepper. Stich stores
es, mild - not be conveniently carried were
burned. Their value, however, was trifling.
It is reported that the whole rebel army has
crossed the Rapidan. Further reports from
Gen. - Meade say tbit he has fallen back to the
North bank of the Rappahannock.
Prisoners captured on lest Saturday state
that Longstroet's corps has returned. from the
&Others's/ ; this however, is doubted. The
robels - cOmmenced to -cross the Rapidan on
Thareday morning, in the direction of Madi
ten Court Howe, with the evident inteatien
of turning Con. Meade's right wing.
;Heavy cavalry reinforcements have been
sent 4.0 the front.
It is reported that rebel cavalry hold the
gaps in Bull Ram mountains. A large env
*lo force sent from here yesterday, how.
ever, will speedily dislodge them. The rebel
forces holding the gaps are supposed to be
'White end Mosby', men.
The Election.
PHILADELPHIA, oat:La.—Thu eleetion to-dny
hes mostly suspended business.
MEDICAL.
H EA DQUARTEfS-
DR. Ltrimors WaNVINE t3PICIP/C
Rotallni at
A FIRE
DR. HU3IPHREI"9
170.110BPATIlle RILITEDIIeg,
Ina racelrvi at FULTON'S DRUG STORE.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TimmEs
FULTON'S DRUG STORE,
rilEffi
STERLINtIitf AM BRoSIA
!MU THE trAIR
Bar sate at
FULTON'S DOUG &TOILE
Nat. GT and G 9 Filth .I.nowt.
DR HALIigrIALSAM,
E3=2
rcvro:vi DRUG STORE
E7T219
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SONS OT MALTA CIGARS
IfTILTO,TS DAM STORE,
for sale et
seM Nos. 67 and Oft Fifth street.
BELLlNtiltitithi ONGUEIiT,
- mit 171 . F RAM AND WHISKERS,
ITITCPX*B DRUG STORE
11312= in
'tor. 97 mm 1139 fifth street
L~UGTOX'd GOUGH SYRUP,
POA COCOS, COLDS,
Frepurgd aull4u4d J. M. FULTON,
ga49' , Drug Stare, Ftrth Diver.
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ttrAT 11EDUCT1ON.
-Wise Eng. Gael; Cattg,o4ltars 7.0
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174 ! , 7 211.' t' 1.75
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• JAMES - ROBB,
sal • r j r • - gaitAiLitti nuts?.
gEW GOODS. —flaying ltzet rethenb
from the tist,:ttethiste: tome in Atom as °sten.
Ilmlarttoontot mares sad delirablo
BOOTS 'AND
5.7 , 11 ' MARS' . iiit i r&TlLDrEl s irg i rlt
OLITEAS*4 ZANOT.EILIOZ% it slitibt udMnb
-rF cash, at
Opodilbree;Sca44ll, l l,
• Neff So. 71. cor. WOOD a POIIWrItST.I.I
DICKng AND £ololoB:Pertiousnrishu
ince:wafts torr , l4Lotimitztems will And
tiny, aut tiropzeney by mdulting
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Trot mg.. ,Irttlinp op bind it terisetaerettlebet
.d 4,„eir,, , tmptiefec tytetythtel in the abet*
egairt4kkt.re,ete antes &mery tow piece:
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- COMMERC'IAL BECO.RD
rtov& GRAlN—Wheat to firm with sake from
firel hnede of Red at $1,15; sato of 2 cars prime Red
to arrive at 612 . There I. a good demand for Osta,
and an adeanrs has been eetabllshod; oak from Ant
hand. of 2 are to arrito at 74c—below the market—
and 1 car from second bands at 60e. Corn firm with
a sale of 2 cars at 51,05. Earls?' firm with lair. iimto
map. al 21,25. Floor firm and unchanged; small
asks of Extra Family from store at 013,56311,60; sal t ,
of 100 Ghia Extra from depot, at 53,25, and 200 bbl,
Extra Family from depot at 56,21.
GROCERIES—The market Is quint, bot prime are
firm and folly maintained. Sake of Sugar at =Glee;
Coffee at 33,ti034e, and Mobtasee 00 to 65c, for com
mon to prime Nes Orleans. Sales of 10 bbl. Maple
Sugar at 12%c.
BUTTER & EGGS—There Is a moderato demand
&sr 80l Butter at 20 to 22..; sale of 8 tone parked at
18e. Eggs state' , with sales at 15e.
SEEDS.—sale of 80 bath Max Seed at 82,50 per
bush. Timothy Bad Ls dull, and In the absonoe of
salts, we omit gustation'.
ILAY—nnektringed, and quiet; sales from wales at
530 to $3O per ton, and Baled at ir5(390.
POTATOES—SmaII Wes of Neditinnocka from atom
►t E.5490e. Sale of 15 bbh Street Potatme ►t S 5 per
bbl.
CHEESE—steady, rah sales of 30 bra prima W II
at nye.
APPLES—The demand Is fay equal to the supply
and vra note sale* at $1,75 to $2,23 per bbl, for Infer
for to falr, and $2,60 to $3,00 for good to choice.
OCT. ;13—The oil market r as mai, has been-re
markably quiet to-day, and, ea there Imre been but
few transactions, it to almost Impossible to give tor
net exaltations. Crude it held at about yesterday's
ratos--2.5c packages rettu - neo, and 30 to 3D a, perks
got Luctuded, though 14:Lather or not se/es could
be effected at these figures, we are not prepared to
my. There to nothing whatever doing in Refined,
and, in the present umettled and unmttsfactory con
dition of the market, we omit quotations.
Adrian rewired from Oil Creek, under date of the
10th lust., ropurt tho market very dull then, and de
clining.
Special Divatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
Nair Teat, Oct. 13.—The oil market I, excited,
and Crude la 2a3c higher, closing at 31133.5 c for 100
on the spot. Refined, In bond, also has advanced,
with sales an the spot at 344.55 c; October delivery 53
0156 e, and November .57WW,gc. Free oil is higher
closing at [02(3 3c. Naptha Is firm at 2 r, a
slight advance. C.
10—Flour—Sire 100 bble "Atlas Favorite** at
55,02AT1 1 z... oo 10t bble
"Rey
nolds,ol6:;.b:t cholm
.hli.wt.
47,00. Inoue—Sales Late teat evening, 8,000 tin No 1
Lod at 1222 2,000 bu No 2 Red 120 c. Yd-day before
['rat report from Nen York, 6,000 ton No 2 Rod at
120 e; 2500 Mt No 1 Rod at 12k; 1,350 bu amber Mich
at 1.240, 2,000 bu do a 124 c; 2,100 Mt rejected Red at
1125.4 e; 2,000 bu No 2 Rod at 1:33c; 5,000 Mt Red Mich
at 124 c; 5,13.e3 bu Rod 31 Leh at 124 o; 5,003 bu
do at 124 c; 4,000. Mt Nu 1 Red at 1.721-..-
2,50 0 bu do at mums; 5,000 bra Red Mich at 12k; 2 7 0040
Ins whim Mich at 1410; 3,000 bei and 5,000 bu 1e 1
Red at 122 e. Alter first report, Balm 8,003 bu amber
Ilicb at 125 c; 2,000 to, do at 125 c; LW bo white Ilich
at 141 c; 4,200 bu white Mich at 146 c; 4,000 Ms amber
Ricia it 123 m 4,000 bu do, part to arrive, at 125 c;
GOO bo No 1 fled at 123 e; 3,000 bu No Red at
SOO to, amber 311 ch at 125 c; 2100 bu white IlLeh at
144 e. Corn—No ads mported. Other grains quiet,
prime unchanged.
Pwratraoti, Fr. Wars. t CUICAGO Bantosn, Oct.
13-279 pip lead, J B Canfield; 2 ears barley, Jaah
Rhoden; 160 aka oats, 147 bgs corn, Dan Wallace; 16
cks bacon, F Sellars & co; 165 aka barley, Spancar
McKay; 30 dos brooms, B ELoblson S co; 303 aka oats,
Sl3 Floyd; 38 bbla apples, J H Breen; 249 bid.., 9
Harbaugh & co; 8 bbis cranberriw, W W Freely; 107
bides, Caps & Coe; 10 Ws whisky, H & F Evart: 23
do do, Si McCullough; 13 bbla Sour, co mark; 100 bbl.
flour, Gregg A . Clandenninc, 100 do do, Shoroskar; 100
do do, Simpson & Enos: 1 car torn, 77 bg. bariey,ds
bal. hay, Hitchcock, !McCreary S co: 100 bides, 0 N
Hoirstort; 27 bbis whisky, ltostotter S Smith; Si bp
seed, 1, II Volgt & co; 100 hider, FLays & Stewart; 64
do, 8 II Wood A co; 63 do, DI McMillan; 10 bbla ebb.
by, Th. Moore.
Ctivenvro & Prriaacaon, RA.II.3tOAD, Oct. 13-13
bbl. paint, J L H Phillips; 25 be. thee., Shoemaker
& 64 do do, 5 lAA. beans, C C Halaley; 340 by
cum, Hlttlimck, McCreary & co: SO bbls rye flour,
Culp k Shepard; 46 bide., S Harbangh & co: 17. bre
cheer, J Daub; 21 bbl. apples, Wm Seddon; 1 bbl
egg. , edsull, Son co; =. Gbh apple , W P Beck & co;
144 sirs 'Cheat, B T Keettedy & Bra: 20 tox. candles,
10 do .00p, Graham .0 Thorne; CO bal. chairs, F G
.Walker: Silsbee chaos., S IFI Green; 50 do du, 311 Riley;
30 do do, Hopkins & Boman; 70 bg. beans, 60 aka po
tatoes!, 1. ri Volga & co; 15 bbl. apples, 6 Dyer; 25 4..
Bbrlver .4 Lamar, 40 bbl. turolPa, B
Breen & co; 9 mem boots and alt.., .1 Boreland; 6 do
do, II Child.* m; 14 do do, .1 P Tanner; 10 cke pearl.,
Bryce, Ilichani• co; 6do do, J B Canke/d; 16 bble
cider, F Vangonder; 5 bbl. potatoes, D Bente; 0 .k.
potatoes, 7 du do, A Lippert.
Auxoncnt Srerloss-154 kg. batter, Shut:, dun .0
cen 1 bbl egg., 2 do butter, II Len.; ll bbl. applot, G
Backart; 10 do do, H Hoover, 130 bg. wheat, Joa
Cndsr: 6 hides, Kellerman & co, 100 bides, C Groetz-
Inger ,t co; 61 Les tobacco, 423 btos oars, 95 by bar.
1/.., J 11 SFr.: 71 bg. Leaky, W W Anderson; 1 car
hay, P H llorletott; 391 bg a mill feed,' Simpson &
Knox; 21 bob apple., J Herbert; 1 hbd tobacco, J
Frnyer.
Irth itrevt. Pitdbutgh
JORTIFICATION BILLS.—NOTICE
TO THOSE PiTEBESTED.—The Committee
appointee to collect the amounts for labor on the
fortifications. around the Cit 7 of Bittaborgh, would
hereby notify all pawns haring bill. for labor or
material need upon the intreoehmenta, to present
thearra, berme the let day of 'November, to OEO.
IL TitUBSTON. at the Board of Trade Rams, he
baying been tnetrocted to attend to the duty of har
ing ell such bill. correctly made out and properly
authenticated.
No.. hi and G Fifth argot.
KW. 67 and tft Fifth sheoL
•
Ely order Otto. Committee.
GEO. H. TII4IIBTON. Sec. re. Com.
ce of the above notice, I will attend
dat ' y nerporpate of furnishing the proper forms
fur snaking oat mid hills, and for moulting the same
after authentication by claimant., at the Board of
Trade Rooms, from II to Et y. a. m.
se2.ldf GEO. H. TIIEBSTOIS.
Mot.ARGO'S MARBLE .WORKS,
335 LIBERTY STREET,
A boa:infol and varied anortnarnt or
MARBLE MANTELS,
Monuments aud Grave Stones.
ALSO,
PLASTER PARIS, ROSENDALE AND
TOWN CESIEN'TS.
DOOlyaz
RUS.BIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLEB.
Notwithstanding the attacks of jealoas
=
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le Venders, who wire to the mane of Opt.-
RUSSIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES,
Are readying daily the warmest endorsements of our
citizens. All that is raked to to examine all other
B thou :d em'. the RUSSlAN
grmz..wV.!br
J, DUMONT, Practical Optician,
Atantakciarer of the Runt= Pebble Spectacle.,
JuJO SO I'M 'treat, Morning. Prat Building.
T D. BERND,
Nos. 67 and 60 FilTh street
Bole Agent 15:a. Z. ftwirt's Celebrated
Glued and Unglazed Spool Cotton
Facsonv—TALL BIYEB, MAI&
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Abo, Agont for VICTORIA, DIAMOND MEDAL,
WATERS', BURTON'S AND PEERVS SPOOL
COTTON. '•
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Dipper FUME AND WARN= STREETS, (op
otakrs,) pltßibur(ll, ra.
SarTheithelesali Vide Supptioet to quaotlttem to
Putt; toj Da owater, .o2ltt ia
Colored newtons Wanted,
" AT RO: 83 WOOD sTnErt,
Par tba ZIOIITII REGIMENT D. 8. COLORED
TROOM wbtch la -now Ibmting at Camp WIWI=
Poon..lmot Philadelphia., P. . Pay, Clottting.and
Rawls theism. so white soldlero. •
Transportation will be turnisbod upon empOtatton
ta (ho andorsigned, - to squads of men of any ntunbor.
Cilia. T. H. BRIMLESS,
AzoataTlNG OFFICER.
MR A.- IL 'ENGLISII retrpaatflilly
Intbreno tho Mina of Mat be tan
boon appointed solo - moot for itu, ode of )11fERS
a SON. `43 ORIGUCAL CEWILIir A2a'1(O11110SIVE
PEN. an maonnoodoi,Py the largoot boom
In thocity, moogThbkb, ate • • • .
GmmilMmery 0 Co.,
• I One a CO., • ;
• IfoinniMa Co., ' • 'TIM MT TanToperCo,'
.•Zoo,r4uXfni &MA
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1471 LITA K Y CLAIMS - BOUNTIES,
.131. PZNSIONfit Datk nr_attal MILITARY
!CLAIMS 41 rrer7 Mort.yedon. Mlietocl by the sob?
scotar, at itilfflowtag, ratio, - !ill Traci? alp oo;'
alf 60. . r .
at , ...-avri , AILTATIMIWAttortimat:LIMI,
, • 9nnie fule‘ pie fonev,;yo.,
ILLe`MiMAiMi en* MA - 1A• .erfiSJAXA
infield, sof aUlitmenalonlitven
PITT BURGU MARKETS.
TVZSALT, October, 13, ISca.
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
New York Petroleum Market
Toledo Market.
Imports by Railroad
MISCELLAXEOUS
.misesuA4irEo7s.
ANALYSIS.--
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SLIOUIS,UO,
Prs Ox. TROY—. 131
Lam-- .011_ O T .
51Aaxxx0....-- .01
100.
!laving acted the Agency for the sal e of the
SEMPLE C LAY, mined near St. Louis, Mo., I in
vite the attention of Glass and Steel Manufacturers
to the Analysis given above, as reported by Prof.. A.
A. BAY., of Boston, and J. C. Booth, of Philadelphia.
which, together with the test of actual experience by
manufacturers in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St.
Louie, determine. it to be the pooe.t and most 'valu
able Clay now known. whether Porelgnor American.
Pot. made from It have stood In the Glees furnace
from G% to 0 months.
The Analy.i. of The Clay as taken from the mine,
without any waahlng or preparation whatever. 1,
pommels great adhaiveneas and plastieltY Quentin ,
which are not shown by the Analysis, and which ad
mit of the mixture of a large proportion of shallot
horned clay.
I son now prepared to 1111 orders for the above Clay
to be shipped from St. Lords or delivered
ALEX. GORDON
No. 121 SECOND STRUT,
D UQUESNE BRASS WORKS,
CADMAN Ss CRAWFORD,
'Manufacturer& of elm variety of tal&hed
BRASS WORK FOR PLUMBERS, STEAM OR
6AB FITTERS, MACHINIST'S, AND
COPPER- - WITILI.
BRASS CASTINGS, of all descriptions, made to
order. STEAMBOAT WORK, STEAM AND GAS.
FITTING, and REPAIRING, promptly attended to.
Partiality. attentkes CARB ON Siting ep REFINE
RIES FOR COAL AND OILS
Also, Role Amts for the Wartero District of Penn
sylvania for the sale of MARSH, LA;;SDELL a
CO.'S PATENT SYPHON PUMP, the best ever In
vented. Having no valves It la not liable to get one
of order, and 101 throw more Slifer than imp pomp
of tale* Its sire, ems •
riIEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT
.L PAIN.—We take this method of inlbrming oar
friends and the pubic generally that we are now
prepared to EXTRACT 'NETII SHOP! PAIN
in the prattle* of Dentistry. Thaw who hose been
postponing this much dreaded operation may now lay
adds their fears and Ore 111 a U. as the ePPerato
we have to use has born thoroughly tested during the
mat four years, fully establbking the safe and pain
less character of the operation. No Drugs or Chemi
cals nor Galvanic Battery used. All three Wishing
the services of a good and tenable Dentist will do
well to call and consult with
.JA3llliB 8. KING. D. D, 8.
N. 97 Fifth stmt.,
or, Du. C. KING. No. 47 Smithfield street, Pitts-.
burgh.lfemr.ll
ONEIL ,t STONEMAN,
MAIMFACTCHERS OF WISE WORK,
Han alvrny. on hand and make to order IRON AND
BRASS SCREEN WIRE CLOTII; SIEVES, of all
kinds; RIDDLES, for Foundry ate; HEAVY
WORK NOR WINDOWS, &c.; BIRD CAGES, OR
NA3IENTAL WIRE WORK, for floesr., &e.
ISAAC CRAIG
01.71"LIVI" SAW MILLS.
Koala constantly - An hand a large sad thoroughly
seasoned sung of DECHLNO BOAT AND BOTTOM
PLA,NIC, WINDOW FRAME STUFF, LINTLEA,
808-BILLY, JOISTS, SPOUTING, LATHE, PAL.
INOS, Ac.,
lle SR orders for SAWED STUFF with
prompt.= and at fair =ars.
N. B. Pelson. wanting LONG MIRED. or POP
LAR ars particulary invited to o.ll.line his stock.
ISANNOce on Craig moot, uoar,Roblasott.
araldr
I" G. JOII..NerON & CO.,
.
Steam Job Printers.
STEREOTYPERS, sad
131-.A.N 13001 f . MAI IRS,
S WOODS 103 THIRD ITS.
M'3:N•wJ
EG LEY NURSE KY. ROSES,
SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TIMES,
SIIIICES, VINES end EVERGREENS; WILLOW,
(basket and ths orasatental talon,) ; FRUIT TREES
and herbariums pleutte, all in peat quantity and va
riety. BOUILBUN, CHINA, TEA and NOISETTE
ROSES, at rho low pia of 51.8 per handrail, If
duel before potting time; and all other Nursery
stock of the boot quality, and at reduced prim, in
order to claw out during the present Pall and next
Spring. Inquire of
C. D. SEELEY, 37 Diamond groat,
or T. A. MELLON, on tho prenate..
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.—Tho
undersigned offers for sale • very dealrahle pleas
of lend, containing 185 Amos, nearly, situated to
Baldwin township. It fronts on the Ittowrovate
road on one Ws. and one aide OD the Elizabethtown
nand. It Is part of the White 801 l Yana. This lot
hat o house erected on ft; and en orchard of Apple
end Cherry trees, bearing fruit. Me lot will be cold
on accommodating terma. If not sold boron the drat
of January, it will be for tent.
Yor foram. pertkulars Inquire at WITITH HILL,
or the anbacuilier, In Snowden townallip.
anl2aWdatilnm
14.s.Tgli: . a . vfag;
PRACTICAL PLI:3IDERS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
14 FEDERAL STREET, Alleeway City, And
No. "X Llt.rty .tryet, Plitaborgh. self,
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
akin grad Fr *Ural Streets, Allegheny,
GEO. A. KELLY, Prorsuroa
P.PARKLING SODA WATIR,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ac.
ISlTPAyMclans' procriptlous carefully compound
Jotlynx
ALLEGHENY AVENUE.—AII per
im...stod are hereby motifiM tint the on
&reigned, Viewers appointed to 'low and mess the
ref Itl r eg d b bett e !y e' fi r
" i.th‘frrt7mlt the
l'Zr9tritr3i
Ridge street to ulecul Lans u", , w W meet on the hoe of
said street. for thep urpose* of !Asir appAritaneut, on
SATURDAY, Oct. 17th 1162, at 2 o'clock p. m.
JAM kfeAULAY,}
' JOHN DEAR. Therms.
cellw :ARTA RICHEY.
ANcrral'R RICHSIOND INT THE
MELD.—We are now prepared to furnieh Cap-
Wm and owners of Steamboats with STEAM
EN
GINES, deny site and stmts. We will ftwtilah all
the machinery of a boat, end second in point of ex
mlience to nom We hope, by our promptness in
coming up to time,'and the quality of our work, to
share the patronage of our own river men.
H. EL DOLE,
Wank of Allegheny Rivas.
TON ARNSTHAL, IMPORTER
.L.al AND DEALER la Ma mod soled imandi of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGAE and all Muds of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, SNDVF,
FANCY MEERSCHAUM PIPES. MEP. AA, Au.,
To groat variety, LINDEN VIZ ST. CHARLES HO
EL, Pittsburgh, Fa.
N. D.—'fig Praia supplied op Din* terms.
-
MF., M 8.91.11.1.
A RCLIIILOT
Praparm Eamon DIARIXCS *x Sucinciato",
for all kinds of Butldlniv, and inpernaanda than.
oreotlon roaionabla tottoa _
Moo on Wort= Woe. betwoon' boactxx l " o
Rubinson streets, AUloatoni.afti• ..,,
VACILLOWIS.4 1/111111201 WILIAM?.
MACK}X)WN 'LiINHART, FLOM
&SD GRAM FACToII3, A nn egoustsumon
IPdauctunts; for the Gale og Flour, ankh - Pork ,
nott.J.,ard, Butter, Eggs, • Cheese, Beans, „TOM",
amuse, Feathers, Rona" Pet fwd-. Plan Ashes,
Baletitus, Linseed and Lerd Oils. Drip:land Green
Finite, Timothy, Clover,' Flax and Grass Seeds..'
Cash advancements made, on Consignments. • ' •
oPt/Y . • 80. 231tidherfy street, Pittsburgh,
JOHN B 0/011 0 1Et..1), Commigalog AND
ronvAßDneduramurriinnirtiouirlidasior in
WESTERN REBEKVE CHEESE, zunTraalicED;
PORE. BACON,FLOI7B, EIBBROT AND PEARL
AIRES. .151 , 1BEATUB; LINSEED AND—LABE,
OILS, BELTED FRUIT, and Pinata gamma% Noc
-141 and 143 Front street, Ptttshiruh. • • 'oeB
sm. cut,— snarttato.
CULP., A ti DAP4AD, Comiunicti
unman. and deal Sri In 17,01.111, G4AIN.
ititiD PRODUCE; No. 4 213 Liberty pane, Pittsburgh.
Choice brands of Slone liar Bakes 'and rarolly,tmo
enustantly on band. Particular attention Fold to
biding Green for Nerctuuttliac, generally, . -.s:d
.00ktlin
F ON, •,! " •
TWO SECOND.IIAND ENGINER. , .
, .
;One 13 limb cyllndat 4
oallaell .o.lbut strOhth .
Four sera :florin* T..ag nate'aid irrarod.•
Cheap lbr cash. • .. DO
leUttf ~ ' : .;.ttiar the Point.
WEBB
li .t r -WILKINSON, - car 'flexor
nenna,•Monona &nun a•WESTERN'
RESERVE MEM, RULED YRINTS,EUTTER,
EGOS, GRAINS. -and .m4= danaMl• , Alio
MaIIS R..MDE B . PrLa. &c.t No* S i .'• 7 ' /4 4 " . 4
sane, Pittabtrret: •
SOrNin Ananncennago 'zinnia; Gondwana ai;
Lldtad. - ; ) ) ..• ,-- • JelSnad • .
OttASLEBII,LIEO4 . _ Ni car, -- 410
NJ' 02,6117rativii aattitoinomov. - gnaws? ow
nub, oausonus,•canirMontoPtrea.
,atalWarent , surciasivtiscitacriruer,'
T. wo.. us wass ale WI 7#01 , 1200.
Woo; iusd on
PROPOS4LSL
FOR .•••
- legigr.gnarrrentatstint's Ormeg,
Mewl or Wassitgavor,
W.tanisniolt, D. C., Outober 7th, 18(3.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received al this of-
Son twill TUESDAY, October lltith e at 12 o'clock
for turniohinglho tkorernatont (2.01.0) taro tdoturand
Mules, to conform to the following
SPEC' FICATION
All to 1(0 (14) Wanton hands high and orer to
height.
All to be in good 11.0. h, woad, .rvicoahl, and
suitable for draught. roorloam.
Ali to bout or (3).throo and undor (D) afar posy of
ngn•
Propsosis 10 be for (WO) floe hundred and upwards.
The full name and poetoffice address of the bidder
moat appear in the proposal.
If a bid is made In the name of a firm thn mesa of
all the parties moot appear or thu bid will be consid
ered at am lndisidnal proposal of tho partner alga-
Viionale from &stool perdu tall Mosso:sierist,
and an oath of allegiance, mutt aocompan) each
proposition.
Propoimis most he addressed to Brigadier &mend
D. If. Bticker,'Quarterninster, C. S. Army, Washing
ton, 11. C., and should be plainly marked "Prop...min
for Rules."
The ability Of the bidder to fill the corttmet, should
it be awarded to him, must be guarantied by two re
sponsible persons, whose signature, must be appended
to the gma-antee.
Tbo responsibility of the garautors must be
shown by tbe certificate of the clerk the
neared District Goma or of the nearest United litotes
District. Attorney.
Bidders must be present In person when the bids
are opebed, or their propowda will not be considered.
Bonds in t h e of twenty thousand dollars, signed
by tho contractor and both of hla gtmrantors, will be
remoired of the euscoseful bidder upon signing the
cataract.
=
- .
As the bond must accompany - the contract, It will
be noccary ta bidders to hare their bundsmesi with
there, or to hays bandit signed in anticipation, and
ready to be produeed when the contract Le signed.
Blanks far bends an be pr.:tired upon application
being made at the office, either personally, by letter,
or by telegraph.
Font of Gaaruniee.
of the county or —, and State of —,
of the county of and State of —, do
hereby guarantee that is able to fulfil acootract,
in accordance with the terms of hie proporition, and
that, should his proposition be acrepted, he will at
once enter Into a contact therewith.
tlhould the contract be awarded him we ire pre
pared to become his securities, and should he fall to
eign.a contract in necordance with the term. of his
bid, we °unwire. will become the contracting parties
in his .toad.
(To OIL guarantee meat be appended the qfflciat
contemn, abets mentioned.l
INSPECTION. DELIVERY. .to.
AU moles contracted for under this adtertbannent
•111 be =Wet to inspectlon, and those not coofortn-
Mg to the specifications will be ridected.
The mules must be delivered In this city withl..
(25) twenty-flee days from the data of signing the
COIIMICL
Payment to be made upon tho completion of th
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Chief Quarter
tauter of this dopot .hall be In funds.
The mules will he awarded hs lots of (3w) fire tom
dred each. =leo the chief Qrsartermister may dee
it for the interest of the Government to sag th
number.
The Chief Quartermaster rescreen to himself the
right to reject any or ell bids that he may deem too
high. D. U. BLAME&
Brig. GOA . end Chief Quertermaster,
Depot of Wuhlogton.
ORDNANCE OFFICE,
Wu Dreurxr
W./1061'0N, October 2, 12C3.
• SEALED rROPOSALS will be received at thin
office until the 30th day of October neat, for BAND
ING said BUSHING the 41-pounder Guns, at the
Forte and Arm.le of the United Smite In the At
! ud< States, amounting in number to 100, more or
leas.
The grub will be delivered at, and removed trona,
the establishment when the work b to be dons et
the can of the Vetted Illtatie.
Propagate for those on the Pacific Coast—about 60
In number—will be received uptll the 10th of Decem
ber neat ; and in tam of there, the rms will be de
livered at Elan Francisco or its vicinity.
The guns in t 0 'be turned down to a true cylinder
for the length of twenty-seven Inch,s from the rear
of the base ring, prepared to take a band of the beet
wrought iron, the Interior diameter of which will be
twenty inches, and its thickness three Inch..
The vent Is to be bnahed with a new Bush of p •
Ingot copper, one Inch In diameter and about nt•
and a half Inches Int& and bored with a vent oft •
tenths of an inch.
Drawings of the gno to lie original form and with
the Mad pot ott cat{ he seen at tale 01 llen ; u the
Watertown Arsenal, Mass.; at the ,Wateryliet Ar
senal, and at the New York Agency, No. 4.5=-Worth
street, city of New York; at the Amami at Brides.
burg, Pa. ; and at Allegheny Arsenal, Pittsburgh,
Pa.: at the Fort Monroe Animal, Va. ; Nt. Louis Ar.
weal, and Denial Arsenal, Cal.
The work la to be done to the entire satisfaction of
the officer who will be sop:Anted to superintend it ;
and payment will be paid In fulftbr each gun upon
hie certtdcate of inipection and receipt.
Props ahe will Eats the price per gun Tor the whole
operation ; dawdles in detail the manner In which It
topropmwd to lotion the band: the number they
will band per month ; and the time which will to ne ,
attired to do the whole work. The method and the
time required ese doing the work, as well as the price,
will be instent °tantalite In considering the bids
and award the contract.
Fo bid e d m
be considered from any partine but
such ea are actually engaged in the manufacture of
Iron end heavy machinery, and who are, to the opin
ion of this Department , fully prepared to execute the
work. in the um of Jartim not known to this De-
Fitment, evidence to the tangoing effect meat ac
company the proposal.
Bond with satistketory =reties to the amount of
fifty per cent. of the bid, will be required for the fia.
aliment of theaceotrectt and the Government n
ano§ the right to reject any or all bide, If deemed
uneatietectory.
Proposals will be eadoned "Propagate for Banding
42-ponndare," and will be whipcord to Brigadier
General George D. Itarrasy, Chief of Ordnance. Wash
ington City.
ocsworitd GEORGE D. Rilabltra,
Brig. Gan. Chid of,Ordaance.
pROPOSALS . FOR FLOUR---Sealed
Propoiel• are Witted till the Mi day of OCTOBEB,
1843, at 12 111.., for itumbhlng the Butelrtence De.
vestment with 20,000 berrob of dour.
Bids will be remind for what to known le No.
No. 2. and No. 3 and for nny porn:lrk len than the
20,000 barrels.
Bids in duplicate On the different gradee should be
upcm =pante aborts of paper.
The dclinuT of the ElOtlf to be commenced within
ono week Dorn the opening of the bids, or as mon
thereafter as the Garernincet may direct, at the rate
of SID barrels daily, denuded either at the Govern
meat warehouse In Georgetown, at the wharres, or al
the ralireaddepot, Washington, D. C.
PAVIIIIIII will be made In aertificatee of indebted
ness, or =A other fonds in the Gnernmant may hare
for distributive.
The usual Government Impectidh will be made Just
before the flour Is retuned.
An oath or alictianm moat accommory aach bid.
No bid will b. entortahltd Erma partial who halm
rerlowity tolled to comply with their bids, or from
iddar The l = n 4
ea to t r i t Z b ata, made very Wong of
ow material. and had Hood.
No Opur will he remind which Is not Drub pound.
Bids to Do directed, to Col. A. DECKWITIII, A. D.
. C. B. U. B. A., Washington, D. C., Aid endorsed
'Pro ; Oa Pour." . oeLltd
SHIPPIJrC.
TIlEt ATLANTIC IRISH 1 . 3
ROYAL MAIL BFRAM NAVIGA- • •
VON COMPANY.
OALVAY LINE.
ADRIATIC. 1.200 Hatio•powar, MOO Wm
tIDEIINTA, 1,000 Honalower. 3,000 tuna
COLUMBlA.l,ooollorwo.paurao, E,OOO fork
AN CILI A. I,ooollorae.powar, ROOD tow.
The magaMotat Meaariabip ANGLIA will sail
from New Yotk for LiTerpool on =MAY, the oth
of October.
Nato. of pomp from Liverapeel to New York, pay
able to gold.or Its taintrahnet In currency.
blamed.lata.„-. 401
Passe_ e
ngen I/awarded also to London, Paris, Rana.
Antwerp. do.. at
tts
Fenes e fror st r
therm:.l or Galway to Raw Tort end
Dolton. sw. szo, std,Vit.% $lO3.
For postage apply at the oft* of the touts.
NADEL d MAIMS. 0 Broadway.
Etzazza Jona, Manager.
or, D. 01FitaiL,
Antare Chrorki• Btdatog.
No. 10 Yifth street, Pittsburgh.
STRAIit • , WEEKLY "TO 'lHi r .4ll&
ERPOCEL, tottchinfaf QUIN:NiMIFN,
teamr,../Ltitaon.Y .21:e. it'll-tn.:len steamer:
Liverpool, New Tort and Plilladelpltha Steamship
Company are intended as follows:
OITY OP SIANCIUSTER".I. - ......«.35tarday, od: 11.
CITY OF LONDON-- ”i..,......Sstltntah Oct. It
:CITYOP
ner. , T1M0Z1 " ......,.........8attar1ay, Oct, 24,
And every succeeding Saturday, at mom frourPier
44, North Ittwor. -, ..
'atilt' or mains..
, Pasoots fs GAL - or al Optilidaid toLterwry.
Taft Miark............W 00 gra5aamr.,:........._.532 60
do to London.... 66.00 do .; to Landau 33 60
do to s Parb..--. 95 00 do, , to Parts._ 40 60
"Peeta Munhorg . MOO do to Moab g 37 30
obgais also fortrardo4 to Mins, Dresen,.Botz
Ordain; fui ths." si lolly low Wee. '
Fires from L .or .Queensimirni.tst *Ohs;
4 76,11 6 6 . •SiOsT:._Sts 01 ThaeW' *ha wish to
fond on they.nianadi ,tart,huy ticketshere at thaw.
Tau forthir Informatkni tly at the Compettios
OWN. JOH 47.. DALE, Amt.
, ' .: !. , LS Dmadway; New Fork.
. ,
JOHN Tnoupsox, Agent.
iluid street 4 AM homes from tbo bridge.
rublittf - P A -, . Fittsborah.
CHEAPEST SK/WE 1 PRO 3 I I
. • ..
EA PEST ,
..$ * •
.Irit's ..oLp • CrOZNTILY," .. -
-
: Pastriogom brought out In 71123 T 014101-MAIL
RITAILEIOI, from Llntrpool, Loodendert7r 041,0 37
4 . , .r , f0f , ,
Do la rq,
,And biltlijAg:tAwil (dr TWENTY . -O ' ,NE DOL.
VA 1 7. 4". ... D:
133 746 . 4;i1 -1 ' • strujlttAb.
C U YOr n I Z *77^.!.4Va: II I4D
li • toot, kip' carinupsTo • ,
193 In soi, or taigaltlaleat In earning.
'lllO3l NW 'roar, In entrcisq
~,6 411" vir, I' Y./4k: 'lopll - 16
$,.!
EMI
Tti IaiTINAN
.11IEDIC4LL.
; 0 -
TRUSSES, FOR Tfie CURE OV
HERNIA OR RUPTURE.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured. •
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rupture oared.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cared.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Marsh's Radical Cure Truss.
Ritter's Patent Truss.
Pitch's Supporter Truss.
Self-Adjusting Truss.
Dr. Banning's Lace or Body Brace,
for the cure of Prolapsus Uto't Piles,
Abpominal and Spinal Weaknesses.
Dr. S. S. Pitch's Silver Plated Sap
porter.
Pile Drop, for the support and cure
of Piles.
Elastic Stockings, for weak and %IF
cose veins.
Elastic Knee Caps, for weak knee
oints.
Ankle Supporters, for week knee
cats.
Suspensory Bandages.
Self-Injeoldn' g Syringes; also, every
kind of Syringes.
Dr. BABE; has also a Tram which
will radically care Hernia or Rupture.
Ofilce et his Duca Bross,'- No. 140 WOOD
STREET, eve of the Golden Mortar. Pusan* writ
ing Ibr Trona should send tho number of inches
around the body, hamodiately over the rupture.
DU. KEYSER will give He pommel attention to
the application of Trueees In adults and children,
end he le satisfied that, with an experience of twenty
Jeers, he wilt be enabled to give satlefaction.
SELF-INJECTIVO SYRINGES
efELP-fIJECTING STIIIIIGES.
SELF-INJECTING SYRINGES
linS-INJECTING SYRINGES. or 0 , 017
Sou £T Dr. KEYSER'S, 140 Wooi ST.
SUSPENSORY BANDAGES.
BUIPUNSOIIY BANDAGES.
ISIAPEN. 8011 Y BANDAGES.
SUBPMISOUT BANDAGES.
Adou,tl dlfdwetit kinds.
♦ damn dMorent kinds,
A dawn different kinds,
A do en different kln4s.
At Dr. KEYSER'S, 140 Wcop Srssisr.
I•22:ltawdawlf
D R. KEYSER S
PECTORAL SYRUP
C 1712123 CONSUIPTIO.V. CCBE3 BRONORITL9,
CURES COLDS, CURES ASTILIIA ;.
("TRU ALL Dial4BES OP 21111 LCNOB.
I Molts attention to mato of dm mod extraortil
Daly curate by my
•
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They an at home, and say one who has doubts our
Inquire of the persons who have bean cured by It.
DR. ERYSEIL IS PREPARED AT ANY TIME
TO EXAMINE LUNGS. wrrnorr CILLEOE,
FOE ALL THOSE WHO NEED HIS MEDI
CINES.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS.—A um of Rye
years' jitanding cored by DR. KEYSER'S PECTO
RAL SYRUP :
Pirraantan, Jan. 11, 1860.
Do. Kum My wife has been afflicted with a
bad cough end diOlculty of breathing for flue
which do wound yen back had gradually Increased
la violence. The complaint has been hereditary, and
she bad been treated by several phyalclans without
any relief. In this state of bar ewe, I procured mule
of your Peetorel Cough Syrup. I bought, the first
time, a fifty cent bottle, which relieved her 'very
much; I then called sad got a dollar bottle, which
cored her entirely, and she bas now no trace of the
fanner diseaaa, except weakness. I would also elate
that I used the medicine myself to a cold and cough.
The medicine cored me by taking one dose. I ex.
pram my entinisattsfaction with the medicine, end
you are at litertym publish this If you desiroto do
to. Wlt. WILSON,
Alderman. MN; Ward.
Pm:m=li,
Da. Roma : I ban teen, more or hm, In .... T.
Ilk affected with the severe* of micisand homettem.
At Ulna my throat would become to closed se to pre
mot my epeaking above a whisper, and by taking •
few dose. et the above Syrup tt would relleraMe
entirely.
In reommnanding this medicine. I most unhetita-*
tingly my DIM it is the byte fumed I aver found,
purporting to cure the atKar,,nor, should any family
be without this tamely for deepened" wept*, .
Toon. most rimpectinny t
EDWARD'S. JONES;
Ceabler Citimeue • Deposit Dank:' :
COL. PRATT AND,DR. sirsiwa. PEcroB4.t
Da. Herne—Dew Bier time the deitur,,haanY.
ecimowledging the =adieu° of your • Pootoral
CollifiNniiiiilciol* ": I'teho IdeettfiLtn
tleY
-Itytkstti en you '.. 18 1 , L< Y; It boehmtPa ROW
qf Uly MR* sad the W.Mit One 11114 ever adtlict•
et with.. I hare net Awed tame that ono-hat of the
beta% end I an and do wish that an who tr. at .
-dieted would, give it an reit* trial n I hare: dean.
and they water Frond to my. -",lt is no along Red
lebic!. I would apt eider eaother.intelt ;Mattock
for any conalderatioq. mat any tart; I mixt:ol4ln
I an breathe more fgt.* then I ever did. I chill
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude Mir intwa.i;
lir so ozeolloot r 0 .11 19.
ley name in thie mud. as Sou t h inklionam
eperpr. Camywa Ocrapq!
N. 11..4 im no stringir to my thllow al#l
.411 I.b.z. inftersain doubt com consult. mo v porsen."4:
•
Pinsg April %SOT.
READ TIIZ TUUTII.4—Ds. Evan r I. boa a.
&lighter who has tilts' formal toidlrlissi tbr,
=eh, without hassillt—among theizi AycrY Cherry
PIttF! ,, L , I -Pstubii.&4olA bottle yF tetg,
PECTORAL 5111117 P, and babas she bad and half
bOttlii she was relleilie I tha 'second bottia curia bar
aattesty or bar' mei.. •
_JOHN '
itoblasonstnel, A11e54141,1
DR. larrnifitPaTOßAZ SYRUP
• lisiabaitidbr. `• '
' • :DIVOZORbiIL 19r0513•-
. .I,46:ffocidb.A4
Imo
.QOIINIEIt, AB; •
S
RANGEMENT. " '•
and after MONDAY. Apri, • - 411
PIM. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL - "'
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
Tito TJIIItOVGII ACL"'011IMODITION TRAIN
learns tho:Pittantugh Station daily, (exeopt
; 81lltdaY)
lat 4:30 m. stopping at all &axiom between Pitts
; burgh and Philadelphia, and rugby, di rec t m p m.
tion for New York and Philadelphia.
The THROUGH SLIM ?LIMN learm the Psi.
mnger Station toter; morning (aap on
t Snaday)
250 m., a. atoPPihil 001 7 01 Prinei rtatis.
making direct connections st Darr ham for
muro mad Washington. and for New Tpri fm Phil a .
delphia.
The THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN learn daityst
p. m., stoppingonly at priacipaistations,
direct connection' et fiarrhurg IhdtintormiVLll:
Washington, and for Non York Ma Allantema nog
and PhlWalphis.
' no FAST LINE leaves tim Station daily (cunt
at lb= p. stopping only at paittelpal
Lions connecting nt Harrisburg fur Rattner* and
I Wasiington, sad at Philadelphia fur Now York. gi .)
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
The Johnstown Accommodation Train kayos dally .
(except Sunday) at _tap. ca., stopping, at all Stations.
and running as far a. Conetnaugh:
First Actionnoidation Train for xr.w. Station
lea,. daily (except Sunday) at &tO a.
Second Accommodation Train itir Wall's Station
lame daily (except Sunday) at -Iwo a. to.
Third Accommodation Train for Wall's Station
leavos daily (exacta Sunday) at COO p. m.
Fourth Accommodation Train for Wall's Station
teams daily (except Sunday) at cat) p. m.
The Church Train ;mete Wall's Station grimy Elm-
day at MCS a. ; returning. learn Pittsburgh at,
12:45 p. in.
Returning Trains arrive In Pittsburgh as Molts:
Baltimore p.
Philadelphia Exptea- rem p. to.
Fast Line— a.
Through Nail Train a. M.
Johnstown Amommodatton....._.......Mldd)6a ws.
First Wairs Station Accommodation.. .« a. tn.
Second Wall's Station Aeoonurtodation— ABS a. at.
Third Wall's Station Accommodation.._.. 1:40
Fourth Wall's Shako Aecommodatiom.ma.
Baltimore Express wil t arrive with Phlbideipla
Express oh I=l p. m, on Mondays.
Trains or Blairsville and Indiana comicciatßlalre.
villa Interaction -with Through Accommaditheli
Johnstown Accommodation and Express Train Emile
and with Baltimore &trees and Johnstown Accom
modation West.
Trains for Ebembetrg connect at Creeson with to
mes. Trains and Mall Train West, mad with Through
Accommodation and Express Train East.
The public will find It greatly to their interest, In
going East or West, to ousel by the Poussylesithi
Oentral Railroad, as the accommodations nmr-slionett
cannot be surpassed on any other route. The Bold
Is balliteted with stone, and Is entiraly - froe flout dust. ••
We can promise safety. upped,,
and comfort to 0/1
who may furor this rhea with their patronage. •
PARR:
To New T0rk........812 /To 8a1tim0re.........111 00 ,
To Philadelphia-- 10 50 To Lanmstor ...L... 6 50. •
To Harrisburg.. .7 65
Baggage checked to all Stations on the Pannrytte;
nts Central Railroad. and to Philadelphia, Baltimore
and New York.
Pametagers parcimaing tickets to the ads will bar
=an exams, eccording to thedistance travelled,
lan to the station rates, except from stations
when the Company has no agent.
NOTCR.—in coo of lore, the Company will hold
themeelvee rorponsible Sir personal tkaggsgeonly,
and for en amount not exceeding 8100. • •
N. .11.—A - Er Onutibro Line.has been empliayed - to
convey paasengers and haggageto and from thapil,
pot, at a charge not to exceed 25 CUM, tar each pop
senger and banage.' For:tickets apply to
sTrwaur, Agent. •,' ,
At the Pennsylvania Central Railroad Pamengiir
Station corner Libertyand Grant streets. - split
L E VIAL AND,
1„, 0.. a i -1
-PITTSBURGH LEUDAGIGir
WHEELING RAILROAD"h, .t
BUM NZ 4 ABRANGEMENT.—On - and • - allar
MONDAY, April 20th, 1853, Tridn• will burn itia ,
Depot of the Pewirilvurlia Railroad; lriPittanwer,
e foll;wz: ,
- •
rte, , and Whesti6g -L4we.
Zr=. 1..1g" , `" 37 -1- I° . Ittl""
do do Elonberneo 4:10 357 " •
MEI!
ffMM
.. . . .
Connecting at &maharani* and Basis with SW&
be preille and Indiana Banned and CentralOidolhall:
nand for Eararille, Newark. Columbus, Xania.-Day.
ton, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Lonirrnie, Cairo. Bt.
Lou* Si. Joseph. and all points went and aMithweat,
and at Whoellllnngg with Baltimore and Ohio linartaid.
Piasbarpk mai °lmam! Lime. ~,„ ,
L
Loam Pitta1mrath.................. LOD a. tn. Ilt4Op-.m. •
do Wellnille.---.- 110 " EEO
do Bayari.....—.-..-.... ;40 " 4•01 w •-.
do Alliance.--- - ..-- .35 " 4:43
do 8aranna........-....--- 7:24 " 'lnn .. • -
do Hudson.— .....--- 7:56 .." thin. +•
Anima at %rola:4a .- 9:10 " 5:30 ''
C.onnecting at Bayard with • was hinach itti
-.
New Philadelphia and Omni Borer; at Animate with •
PittabFgh, Port - Wayne and Chicago Railroad; at,
Barman with Atlantic and Groat Western Railroad
for Warren, Grattnille, NestiTillo, Union, 0= 4
170 - /
Jamestown and Salamanca; at Hudson With Chria.,.
Land, Zanewrille and Cincinnati Ban:road Er Akan;- f:
Corilunis Tans and Millarsburg, and at, Cleveland •••
with C. et E. R. B. for Etta: Dunkirk and Buffalo:To:Jr.
with C. .1 - T. B. B.,fbr limited:or, Toledo:and alawtir.
with amamoraforpateolt. , . -
.
Wellstille - Aeseennasbadon leaves at ]:sop.
Iteturning trellis anise at 0:10.a. nr.s3:SO instal*,
p. rn,„ and .g.lO a. m. ; ,
Thro h Mama teall promlnee!_points mitt - he
at the GEORG E
Street_
GEORGE PARKIN; Tian Agana. r
Ands Allegheny Oity
A. Q. 0 . 'mASSMLB=2 ,, T, :Ticket Age4,,'":
For rorther Informetton apply. to
STEWAMT:AgiaI.. •
At the Company's OEMs freight Station. P.M
ep2l .
B.sJrzEs.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF PITTSBURGH.
-, !• -- ' • .-. , ',.1
TREASURY DEPARTIMT •
Orme or Coarrezotts3 or rws C 171111161, '., :,
f ‘
Washington City, August sth, 1.8611,• --
p
tiWerrazsa. By sattsiketory -*eidetic, .Fewn to
the audetraigned, qt . low boon _made to appec that:
the mar NATIOSAL - DARIi OF P 1.3 cURGII; •
to the County er Alltglieny, and State of Peonsytes•
ale, has been ditty organised endsr - and,seoading to - 4
the reOnlreausata. of ttorgat Ad Congrow,:imitttled ,
"An Act to prowlda A listlonal Curreney,Wetatid hy:
a pledge. of United States Stocky and to provide ker. ..
the eirenlation_aud redemption theme, epproreC
Ifior 25th, 186 S, tad ham ctoplied with sit est
as of Gald'Act required to:beeempllad IMO , r ,
Q:Zommimotatths: turineis'ot Ilitalthigli • . , ilf, P
Now,. thartforea, grog NlcCrucca..kri
of the Currency. do ..hereby oat*. th at .„.. ___
FIRST NATIO:SAX, :BA. E or: PrrrsarviziF_ -;
county of Allegheny, and State "ogPennsyleiesig la '''..•
authmised becommence the business of Banktngnso '.' , t r.
sg. r 1 . 4 1.w.: of aleq: e itlia u t al i t&on -b44 ,
'•—••••• C9mptrollor of es (km,- -
me FIRST NATIONALBANZOP to
- 4T S IPa FL, -
Srs x.7:1138C1,Gn TICKS CO3iPAIKT4I"i:.
CorrAL, 54,00,000,mitb ;whiles* to bailie
to ea. 000.000....
The Plttehurdh Trail aumPailt Wind "Imam* - .'i
under. tin actno prosido.aNtitlonal ,Cmtvom, ander
thel title of .ttab 7111.97 NATIONAL BUM •OP ''.'..
•PITTSBITEON, *mid' Mier tin . ismlter 14
Toir the collection o tt Otse, bilk a Exasiri , 4
so.; reasivelmoney -dAssilt, and pal; end Ida ~ , rt
'change on a parts Gala country..... . ..
The mamas which' hie attended - the - Pittard:mph
_Trusthil Company, since "It Orgaiiiiithin In 1 9 12, will
we iessi lie.n millident Vnataxito that hattemili‘
en •to the new -organization .willYrecetra.alkf '.9.
tryl4 prq • P ier/ extenelMCOrreiliodinciWithikiki
c:.'rs
an throughout th e Coun4; vs bolters ittr' - ' 7
tjaded
=loam nninual imillitcs to time who do. holdhanr •
wi Ttn ift 131. bas ' We ' '.
win • - b• eixt 4104 , 14 . b, Mt Nei 0 4* .- 4'
and Dip:ctors.
s AlaiWWl .• .
Roberta. Rep, • .rnincis
Thema Dell, -
'Thbzalta W 1 66311 1;
'" • ' JAMES iiooApt,,yrea4scip.;,..ll
301 a, D. EMILY, 01166:11% , .
Aripsatet/41203.‘:::: - anlikand,
--,
n01.474g I:7aVbTS - B - lag_ KIM: 6lka
nvf"!- ettrAx4 . '' -..--- .... _ 1,. ~.. ';'
i nl ll.ittTOZP.*l2:s2; ' ' _., .--.- ' ..,
~ ,O pectiv.27:*** 2 ti;2 04 . 12 *.iiicka4.1r#11222 16 4-;'.
.apt Saturday. emniage, trimilday lirto mormither ,--'
Ist; door T. to 9 o'clock; tool.trOotr,oitiatit.W 9 ?' 4.
May tat groin i toil o"doelt. - . - "•• ••-- . -, z- , t' . ~', 3 , ,r 7
,_
_- Deposita received oT all. sank ea leow•Ttiuut „.4111a,,v
,mogar, and a dividend of the welts declared moo A, - •'.
year. to June and Xecemba....rintorese has beta db. ,--..,..
dared seademam&, In. Jona eilit lamemberiateers,; - -
t A iBO4 / 1 , 71 .!. .°:`". S_l!it the :50,0! 1 1 ,. 1 1' , ..11-_ - - k- ,
acne ‘.. i ;, 4t, - -tr itbt dM " eat, ii- place 1:to ehektallk , l ,l
'of the deyealtor u prirselpHd i ..ask twart4te smut Inset A
terms gebm the Irst dilya aJune Iled•Dectm..kw); twaVo ! , 1
thotuddlois twill 41zear, without moulding tmsAew.,_., . 1
tor to eau, or /um to present his piss - book: 'At Ws "".
rate money will double In Inas than twain' ' -, 2
Books, tootalnlng-TAIK - Bnlea
sod itigulauops, 'itaufargrist , lya, - .4121 1 25al
-,,Mixisilf.E...WiAllc:....-, .; . -,
. , _-,., Ilan. alln=a2= ian ;••:-.,:t.r :.. ~ I.LI
.
John a„,lfinggan, . .'rl.liaaciLitanoc-4 LIU
John-Man" Jan Statettall, . .-„: ,0,,0,
l' i ". AlatandsBpmr,:- : , ',, Jima.% D: 1deed5,„7 .. ...
Dent t. Yid natal. A. BlLl'olottr, - X.-y,, ,... _ ,
Jan* xe...v.der. HID n m j i neto.' ",- ," ••-• -
" :4 "'-'- ''''S**2l:s : 4 .
- Galli MlLtidri . ' ' ' - Pee ' A:Veileb* , o ,,, li - re
,John o.lladdhal. •: ;Waller P. it intuit. l-1 .ror.
John O. Bladia7 , John Orr... ..4."11
[George Black, Robert Timoit, , ~,..-.......1
• Alonzo A. ollasyter, • Dairy L.:711ntte,.:,;.7, A :
1 ,..
Chula A. ?anon. • • Jamas Shidlta .2 ' v ' '
William lloastaec- - -Ardor lirdhcsalmrprr , ' -
- .Mbi , Viz* ' ' • -,' , ..;2Fri11aga.12422001 , 2)
. 1 Wlllbtaa a. Ra li k : 1.,. ;Autandor.—.......tbdlkz- i'taif
. Petra il."flenAer.. , • VilltsulTaumse... 4.6 ) .',/
. Itiehlad Nam" ‘-' ' :r.
1 Jamie D. Ilatly,:•------ wis.rin
t Wans 22 I /ma& .:. - ‘ ichriatAiszta .4
itmiumaxy IlkigaildridVA;COM l4 14 : 1 1
*lam