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:NOV. 4, 1883
WEDNESDAY , NIORNINCE:
Crtielty to ParOder'
If the half we hear in regard to the star
vation of the 'Oedema prisoners in the South
b 3 true, it is i) .• eel time, we think, that the \
Government was looking - into it, and resort
ing to some means of retaliation in, case
those barbarities cannot otherwise be ar
rested. It cannot afford to allow our sol
diers to starei in this way 'without resent
ing it. If the apology be want of food, the
Rebels ought,asstn act of mere humanity, to
release the men they hold,' on. their parole.
That they 'should insist on' detaining them
under such I.ciroumstancett, is cruelty be
unheard of, bat only another evidence of
the Intense and bitter malignity, and the
devilish spirit that have alike initiated this
wanton and 'wicked rebellion, and charac
terised it throughout: If anything could
have softened these hell hounds, it would
have been the uniforio;lnt, as we think, ill
judged clemency and even tenderness of
the President, in his dealings with men who
are so utterly' barbarized by slavery, as to
have scarcely a human instinct left. Ho
ought to hace learned by this time that there
is but ono way of reaching them, and that is
through their fears, by making a few terri
ble examples, which shall teach them that
we ate as dreadfully in earnest as them
selves. Tenderness to these tigers is cruel
ty to the innocent ;. Nobody will ever know
how many loyal Citizens have fallen by the
hands of the bloody wretches who have been
allowed to prowl at large over the Border
States; after committing atrocities that
should have consigned them at once to the
gallows. The blood of many a helpless fam
ily is upon the hands of the unpunished
gutarrillaii, who have been allowed to loiter
in the rear of our armies, and dismissed on
oaths of allegiance, and promises of good be
havior, which were no sooner made than vi
Democratic Frauds In the State Elec..
Don in this State.
The old dodge of the thief who was &stetted
in the Indulgence of his peculiar propensity
to appropriate the goods of others to his own
use, and who, when chased, raised the cry of
4 ' stop thief," so that he might escape, is
doubtless familiar to all our readers. And
the leaders pf the Copperhead faction,
who never forgot an example of this kind,
and seldom fail to take advantage of it, have
very naively raised the cry of "fraud," at
the recent election, as against the Union men
who contested the field with them and van
quished their forces. It's all corg i -well that
the leading traitors should hay , something
with which to deceive those who are acetic
toned to follow them blindly ; but just at this
time it is not only proper but necessary to
ventilitto the subject, that the people should
he informed again of the perfidy of those had
mon who have acted so recklessly u their
There is no doubt whatever that extousive
frauds were committed at the last eleation,
and of the design to perpetrate them we
warned our readers second times daring tho
progress ,of the canvass. But by whom wore
they • committed, and which of the two con
tending parties were to be benefitted by them?
These are the questions which every honest.
citizen will naturally inquire into ; and - for
the purpote of raiding in the examination we
propose to refer to the figures.
The - vote torPrceident in the year 1956 erms.-4 00 , 447
In IBM, for President .... ................. .476,44.2
The vote for Gorernor ..... was -.362,9g3
In 180) It was 402,671
..5Z1, 6 67
In 1663 it was
Increase , in 10630., 1807 1.41,669
In creme in 1063 over 1860 •Jesas
Which would allow us, say, according to
the rate of increase between 18fi7 and MO,
ONE HUNDRED TIIOUSAND URN as in the
Is 1060 Cl:attn., vote was V 2,401
In I Curtin's rut.. was.. .. ,91003Curtin's incrense 4 vote
11360 the Copperhead vote was • MO,TPJ
In 1063 the Copperhead Tote was
Increase 1. enlpitalcll4
Now will some of our Copperhead cotem
porarie3 oblige us by cyphering out the
problem which is involved in these figures?
The vote is clearly short of the regular in
crease, as shown.,ll the figures for the last
six years, and yet the wriest get an in
creased vote of •TWENTr-THESE THOUSAND
NINE VIUNDRYD Yorn rwo•, whilst the increase
of the Union vote is but SEVEN TIIOtISAIID
iinpposci we grant, for the sake of the argu
ment, that the Pennsylvania soldiers in the
fieldator absent from their homes, are equally
divided. This is not the fact, but grantrtig it,
how can it be possible that the traitors at home
haveinereasedtwo to one over the loal men
of the State ? Flow many war •Demoycrats left
the ranks of the traitor party, and stood
shoulder to shoulder with the Union Men, in
support of the old flag? And how many hon
est and loyal men, who had hitherto acted with
the Democratic party, and who could notquite
yield up their prejudices, stayed at home and
failed to vote ?
;The case is plain there was fraud, groat and
stupendous fraud, practiced at the last elec
tion; and the facts and figures show beyond a
doubt that those frauds were committed by
the Copperhead party, who expected to cheat
Woodward into offoe, as they did the traitor
to n raise
1856 ; and yet these base men
dare to raise the cry of fraud against the loy
al men of Pennsylvania.
When we look book to the scheme of coloni
sation. which we know to have existed, and
whiala we know was put in practice by the
Copperhead party, we can find without
Catty the solution of what seems to IM an
Misceountable increase on the disloyal vote..
Men were brought into eta State by hundreds
from New York, New Jinni;
. Deliware and
Maryland.: They Were, brought here by Mr.
Charles J. Biddle's CopperheadCommitte, and
under the guidance of Bill McMullin and
•othert of the shoulder-hitting fraternity, they
'were - voted for WoOdward and ImrriO-pot
ones, but twice;, and in many cases three
It was thui that the inereased•Coimerhead
vote was made up, and considering to large
number of ""Union men in the array over and
above those who formerly acted With whatwas
called the Democratic party, we cannot do
otherwise than • acknowledge our obligations
to •the " War Democrats," who spurned eon
tacenith the. rebel horde which ;has taken
• possession of their party, and rallied with us
under the . flag oktbeir country .11 . 4..1141E0 4 of
'the Sacrament,. Let the brand of (rand be
....ibtarkwitertl.o belongs,' An the.- forefront; of
those who managed the eanieuti for the Cop
perhead partv.--PAiladelplsia News.
FIOX VIEIOI7II-41141? IS WASH
TNOTOI.—A Washington letter, of Monday,
The news from the Southwest is °nowise
ging,.and the President was in good spirits
over Le d evening. The movement of Gen
eral Blair upon Tamil:ibis is not isolated, but
Is part of s plan which was understood althe
War Departmentbefora its execution waseom
ineneed.. News of farther fighting:lay be ex
unless ome /3outhwest - any day or hour,
un the-enemy is falling book into Georgia,
whichis imprebable...d. flank movement is
e l ected, if the enemy ,takes the offensive at
U Is Mated that 4,090 _refugees
from MiribernAlithams and Georgia have ar
rived in Nubians gizmo last - August,'and been
,pttivideti: for by the:kipvernment.
- Most o f have 'been vim( Thiy
vette ii' - dejgorably4eitltatoi
.100Pid:010191: e►pryt6tag by
ifidi -defeated for Almel
my v eiainta ciniav b_2so liuijoritt. - . A
bsek frOsilbei Aroiy;givei hie _support to the;
-Oirry*,,bith',:o!'uta,cirrenunen!. 134 that
.arsif.t4r,C;:atiiiriregt4h;' ' .
1 Y ~- 3~ ~' ~c_J~.sink-a.. 'R`irS;i73
. . .
-5 - illir.llnen r ifihcr at ' Alleged Treasonably Illwladlinglt the
Exeter Mali inicnOn, a buildineWhich ' New York Custoin;:ilinutial.: .. t
capable tinttaing several thousands of , Acco tire
is c lmblisltedri . very 1
OiganizeCsynteutltif suPplying, the [
pendia", was eferfioned on the eveningf •
o rebels with munitionanf war and other no
the 201.1rultimo, by a vast audience assem- ' cessaries, through the port of New York.
bled to hear Rev. HENRY WARD Remora:l, hop s oth said that
a Deputy Marshal, and per-
The Daily News thus describes the scene : er officials in the Custom e, 11
'‘ The crowd, however, began to assemble 1 wa re in collusion with certain merchants !
who have been carrywagon these operations.
as early as five o'clock, and before six o'clock , '
Bonds are exacted from shippers, requiring
it became so dense and numerous as com
pletely block up not only the footway but the I them to deliver their cargoes at other ports
carriage way of the Strand, and the committee than those which are blockadedby our fleet,
of management wisely determined at once to , and they are compelled to give vouchers'
, throw open the doors. The rash that took showing that the goods bare not been de
place was of the most tremenduous character,l livered at rebel ports. It is elated that in
' and the hall in - every available part became cancellingthese bonds certain officials in the
filled to overflowing in a few minutes. No • New York Custom House knew that the
perceptible diminution, however, was made in goods had been delivered in rebel ports
.the crowd, .ithd at half-past, six there were and that they were Contraband of war. Of
Atter:illy ' thousdnds of well-dressed persons
course the delinquent officials must have
struggling to gain admisaion, despite the pla- .. . .
been well paid for their treasonable mind
cards exhibited announcing the hall 'quite
full.' The policemen and hall • keepers were ]] n We We hope the matter will be sifted to
powerless to contend against this immense \ the bottoth and that, if possible, all the
crowd, who ultimately filled the spacious conspirators will be brought to justice at
corridors and staircase leading to the hall, I once. There Is too much disposition in New
still leaving an immense crowd both in the York to treat crime lightly; but the Gov-
Strand and Burleigh street." erument owes it to the people of the nation
Mr. DEEMER was finally carried into the to
appearing on the .platform wee received
with . shouts of applause. He began his
lo n on pished
1 speech with a feeling tribute to Weed, Ger
rit Smith, Dr. Leavitt, and William Lloyd
Garrison, and added that when he himself
Megan his public life he fell into the ranks
under the proper captains, and' fought as
Well as he knew how, whether as captain or
in the ranks. lie then gave a brief sketch
of the points he had endeavored to Illustrate
in his speeches at Manchester, Glasgow,
Edinburgh, and Liverpool, and' announced
that his subject on this occasion would
relate to the moral aspects of the struggle
in the United States. But our space forbids
us to attempt giving even an outline of the
main portion of his speech, in which be
presented the history, character and ten
dencies of the rebellion in an exceedingly
forcible manner. We cannot, however,
deny ourselves the pleasure of presenting a
few vigorous and telling passages to our
A YEW QUISTIONS TO INCILISIMISS.
It Is said that the separate 'tats owned
their own toritory, and that was the very
question which arose when these states sat in
convention to frame a union. Inthat conven
tion a resolution was introduced by the dele
gates from South Carolinia and Virginia to
the effect that they should proceed to frame a
nationalgovernment.while &resolution brought
forward on tho part of the delegates of Con
necticut and New England that they should
frame a confederacy instead, was voted down
and never came up again. But this question
of whether the sdperate states heldthearprop
arty as distinct from that of the whole nation,
which for so long a time never dared to lift
its head, has been , galvanised into life as a
specious argument to justify that secession
which has ne other justification under
I should like to ask Englishmen, who are up
holders of this doctrine as applied to America,
how they would like this experiment tried in
the ease of Kent, the county from which I de
rive my blood? I would like to ask him who
bawls out in favor of southern secession, what
would be his feelings if bowers to read some
fine morning at his breakfast the intelligence
that Rent had set up for itself as an indepen
dent kingdom on your southern coast? [Hear.]
Would he think the step justifiable? If not,
why should he seek to apply to us a diffierent
principle, seeing that toe course which wo
took was rendered necessary for the mainte
nsoce of national territory, of national drill
lation,and national laws, and that deer and
above these political eonsiderations, the Miss -
issippi, which is our southern door to go in and
out, was only to be open for our nee owing to
the magnanimous pleasure of the seceding
states? I should whish to hear what one of
you gentlemen would say if, on returning
tome, lie found a loped cf gypsies in his front I Excuseor. Hass or Divrsarsion„
hall who refused to be ejected, but who still : October Pith, lora.
expressed their willingness to let him go In I LAIN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
no out when he bad a mind. ["hear, bear,' o'er Ayr OP ASSEMBL
DER Y, noticeNIEIPPE has been le hereby
and a laugh.] given that 11r. ALEXAN
elected Vice President of this Rank.
weer ROMA) .RMOILT /ROM De I/110e. or2SL2w H. Si. MURRAY, Cashier.
A gnat many men say that America has alsscasers AND suxur...enlins Beef, t
become too strong, and tlat she is dangerous Plitsbargh, Oct. 11th, IMO. 1
to the peace of the world; hut let me toll you E " -•-• THE
that if you permit or favor this division, the '-',"- DIRECTORS will be held at the BentioS
South will become a military nation, and the House, on MONDAY, the h l day of November
North will be compelled to become so, too. m'iti:.l...mem, the hors . or
JOHN e. m. Pad toe P. as.
oft& .001 T, Jr., Cashier.
Along a line of one thousand five hundred '
miles she must here forts, and men to garrison Exerissue Bask or Pi 7 rresorean,k
October 15th, 1863.
them. A force of not less than two hundred LA THE ELECTION FOR DIRE -
and fi ft y thousand will constitute the national i One of this Rank will be held at the Bank
standing army of the North, and when a nn- i ing Rowe on MONDAY, November Itith, Lo
tion has a standing army we all know she is 1 masa the home of eleven a. in. and 2 p.m.
ingreat danger. Before this war the legal 1 oc15:1m IL M. MURRAY, Cashier.
number of our national army was twenty-five i au.soexxv Base, Oct. 1410 t, 1863.
thousand men, and the actual number eight- ;11 T.?.AN ELECTION FOR DIRECT
eau thousand. 810 required no more. But 'l'
ORS of tale Bank will be held at the Count
let the country be divided into two great bet- MS nor.* on 0 .
o'clockdal /''""mt . ' d tr.
ligerent nations , end instead of a paltry 18,- ''''''"u,'" th e boo " J. \i''.. m. st d
000 !either', you will have 150,0110 on ono i l' o jba m
side and 250,000 on the other, and when,owing 1 - --di t .ii uu - r . 8 ,„ — , - , - , -- fu t T„ - TuuikiTtiaTTEuciiias ,
to political disruption, America is forced to c-- -7 --- - ' AN ELEC 't ION FOR THIRTEEN
maintain this vest number of troops, she will, 1 -,..)?
like boys with a knife, always want to whittle roakteg p ll M ouse rl:M on gB 3lo o N f t lr h A is t' l3'''' , No k jem Ul be lm ; I h e a th d , " a
with them. [Cheers and laughter.] It is the o'clock a. m • k
' interest then of the world that America should crou'lm GEO. T. 'VAN DOREN, Cashier.
be united, and that the whole nation should
be under the control of that portion of it
1 which has always been for peace, (a laugh,]
and•should be rescued from the policy of that
' which has ever been in favor of the acquit&
' tion of more territory, of filllbustering, and
of innithingother count:lei. [Cheers.]
TER VIOLAS& II SEW YORK.
[A Voice--What about Russians?] A gen
tleman asks me to say a word about the Rus
sians and as this is a little private and confi
dential meeting, I do not mind telling you
that the whole Zak,' so far as relates to the
Russian officers in New York, is simply et little
piece of coquetry. But you will say, "Is it
not an indecent thing for America, now that
Russia is engaged In suppressing the liberties
of Poland, to make believe to flirt with her?"
[Hear.] I think it is. (Cheers.] And now
you know precisely ' how we felt when you
flirted with Mr. Mason at your Lord Mayor's
banquet. [Cheers and laughter.] It does
us no harm to have the English people tell us
oar faults ; nor does it do you Britisher' any
hurt that we should let you know yours, and
you will allow me to say to you that while
England, which is a Christian Atka, atl4 has
the guardianship of the dearest principles of
civil liberty, ought to bo friendly with every
nation, she ought when she looks out for an
ally to find ono in her own blood, her wins
language. and her own- children. [Cheers.]
I maintain that all sorts of antenna with con
thsenteknolions al agaijist Az:aerie& are-mon
strong, and that alitirtationeetniterics with
Pan dours and whiskered foreigners are equally
to be deprecated.
Slane.' have coma hither, since you have
told me 'the truth, since I am permitted to
boar back the assufance that popular empa
thy in England is with us, sines I have •intell
significant facts to refer to sr the detention of
those rams in Liverpool [cheers], and•• mai
woids as those .VPOkert - by . E.s . Russell at
Blairgowrie, and those spoken also by the At
torney Climatal to-reeali I feel that I hare that
to bear with me which will come home warm
and *meet to the American heart. [Cheers.]
One in civilization, one in religion, one in
substantial feeling, let as be one in national
policy, one in every enterprise for thefurther
ance of the Gospel sad for the happiness of
mankind. [Loud cheers.] - • .
At the conclusion of the lecture the fol.
lowing resolution was carried, on the me-
Aims of Profeettor.Ncermun, seconded by the
Rev. NewoMn Hall, and supported by , Mr:
George Thompson :
"That this meeting desires to present its
mostdial 'thanks to the Rev. Ward Beecher
for th a dmirable' siddress which he has deliv
ered this evening, .and.lo , express its hearty
syripathf*ith his reprobation of =the the slave
, holden' rebergon, his vindlcitionof therights
of a free government, andhis aspirations for
peace andfriendship between theßnglislipeo.
- plis and their Anierlesirbrothren r =Ca* this
inesdbagreeogoises in lifx.Rieelser one of.the
I•early pioneere of emaneipation, as well Seeds
of the meat eloquent and,. successful of the
champions of thagjreat nun, it rejoices in
this opportunity of congritulatitig him ow the
triumph with whichrhe labors of himself =ti
lde tossociatee have been crowned in the anti
' eleven , policy of Presidentiliinnln 'and his
Morr of thii le 'ng hotels ist
City are now 'charging $5 50 per day, or $24
50 litelrook for board.
Tits Prince. of Wales has renounced, for
himself and his heirs, the 'occlusion to the
throne of the duchies of Cokiarg and Gotha.
This lot has just been communicated to the
Diet of the two duchies.
31r-suasins' in Bluivracrususs' Bum, 1
Pittsburgh, Nov. 3, DIG 3.
TriTHE :BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
u=7 • this Bank have this day declared a Dividend
of FOUR PVIt CZNT. on the Cu aal S o on o u r
the Profits of the last six months, py
the 13th Met., free of all tams.
JOHN SCOTT, Jr.. Cashier.
lass Cm Bsitic or Prrreevaan, Nov. 3, DM.
UTEIE DIRECTORS of this Bunk
bare thin dAy declared •• Dividend of YIYI
PER CENT. on the tlapltal St.*, out of the profits
of the last el: months, payable to e t tockholders or
their legal representative*, on at after the t3,th hut.,
free of Government tax.
netilOtds2terr J. ISIAGOFTIN, Cashier.
BooK or Pirtsoußea, Noe. 3,
10HE DIRECTORS of this
.Irnsco this day declared a Dividend of FOUR
PER CENT. on its Capital Stock, out of the prAlts
of th• last six months, which alit he payable to
Stockholders or their legal representative., free of
Governmeet tax, on or after the 13th inst.
nolMtdal.terF JOHN HARPER, Cashier.
Huns:des' Rum, Pittiburgh, Nov. 3, 1063. .
1r THE DIRECTORS of thin Bank
have thia day declared • Dividend of YOUR
PER CENT. on flu, Capital Stock, for the last six
months, payable to Stockholders on or after the 13th
instant, free of Government tax.
no4:10t GEO. D. McGREST,
ALLECIM. BANC, Noe. 3, 1863.
1:413.F. PRESIDENT AND in HEE
TOILS of this Bank have this day declared a
Dividend of FOUR awokeNT. on the Capital
Stock, payahle to thelders or their legal
on and after the 13th instant, free of
J. W. COOK. Cashier.
VITMEVII.CiII, November 3, 1663.
117" THE DIRECTORS OF THE EX
CHANGE BANK, of Pittsburgh, have this
day declared • Dividemd of FIVE PER CENT. out of
the earnings of the Met du month., payable on or
after the 132. h Daunt.
no3il 11. M.. MURRAY, Cuhier.
Cinutoe BANK ritilbUrgb, Nor. 3, ISesi.
D DIRECTORS of this Bank
have this day declared a Dividend of FIVE
PER CENT. on the Capital Stock, payable to Mock
leaden or their legal representatives, on or after
the 13th inst. The Government Tax on same will be
paid by the Bank. GEO. T. VAN DOREN,
FIRST NATIONAL BALS . I or - PrrresTroin,
(Lore Pittsburgh Tres! Ooesp:sto,) S.
Pittsburgh, Nor. -, lutZ.
1,,,T11E PRESIDENT AND BOA I)
of DIRECTORS bare this dey declared a
Dividend of ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY - FITE
CENTS per share on the stock of the Pittsburgh
to lot of August, and 'TWO DOL
LARS per share on the Capital . Stock of the First
National Bank, out ' of the profits to the Ist loot.,
payable on or after TT7ESDAY, the loth inst.
The Snxkholders are hobby notified that the final
payment of the snbeeriptiott to the Capital Suitt:, vir
Twenty-five Dollars per share trill be requir,l on au
before the Lt day ofblay nest.
nolblat JoIIN D. SCULLY, Cashl
Taos Crrr RANI, Pittstittre7.Oct. 16th, 1003.
U•Ali ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of this Hank will ho hold at the
Banking Rime on MONDAY, Nov. 16th, 1863, be.
tweed the hours of 11 R. to. and 2 p. tn.
oclfelna J. MAGOFFIN, Gadder.
Macruance Baas, Pittannrgh, Octh, 18tM.
O'AN ELECTION FOR DIRECT
ORS of thin Bank will be held at the Book.
log Mouse, on MONDAY, the 16th day of November,
botween the hour. of 10 o'clock a. in. and Y p.
oclEclua GEO. D. Me:IRM, Mahler.
1).4/1 - ViDEND.
Orrica Wyman% laara...acr. Cotter...Ns, t
Pittebersh, Nov. 3d, 1363. j
The Directors of the Western insunince Compeny
hare thin day declared a Dividend of TWO-AN D.A.
HALF DOLL.S.RB viva each share of the Caital
Stock, out of the earned profit:sof the Mat all mon p th.,
payable to Stockholder. on or after the 13th N inet
notitd T. M. GORDO, lieo.y.
Ulmer Warman liiimumus Courant',
Pittsburgh, October 29th, NM
O:AN ELECTION FOR DIEECTOIIS
of this Campion will be held at its Mem, No.
02 Water street, on 2111i3DAT, November 100,106 1 ,
between the hours of 11 a. co. and 2 p. m..
oodiatd F. M. GORDON, Beep.
Orrice Hews iimmatics csarser,
Pittsburgh, October 27th, 1 885 .
11:DAN ELECTION FOR. TICRTE ' N
DIRECTORS of tide Company, to metro !kw
the eromtng year, will, be held at Os Mee, In Raga
ley's Building, Water !street, on TUESDAY, Remem
ber 10th, between the hours of 11 a. 'a . and 1 P. in
oaLtd ROBERT FUMY. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the
W Stockholders of Um PettnniVllll‘ Salt Mau.
sacs:obis Company will be held at their office, No.
IV 'Walnut Strout, fddladslybia, on WEDNESDAY,
Norember Iltb, stolemat o'clock a. m., for tho' else-
Son of Surma Directors to mime for the auroing year,
and such other Motors, as may then berrseenhatt.
ocirracr SAMUEL T. FISHER. trmsurer.
U.NOTIOE TO STOCKIIOLDERS.
A Special Heeling of the &Dekko'dem of the
Pittsburgh k Connellaville Railroad Co. will be held
st the oMce of the Company, In the City of Pitts
burgh, at 11 o'clock a. m. on THURSDAY, the 12th
day of November A. D. 1861, for thi Mamas of ac
cepting or rejecting the following nomad Acts and
Supplements, paseod by the General AISIMbIr of the
Oirmroormrealth of Petuaylvabla, Id its lutriostdon,
Merit: "An act to repeal the ninth section of an act
authorising the litYlug 0 8 A Of A Shits. R Ol4l from.the
.Borough of Oror4obing, SWAB). county, to Lutar.
sect a publio road laaing from Etudes to Mauch
Chunk, and forother purpmeet," OrproVed %hoist day
of April, A. D. 1883. "A s plomnt to on act to
incorporate th e Pittabufgh -Conoelbwille Railroad
Company," I ?proved the Iltb day of April,A.D.
1663. Alm 'A supplement to an act to incorporate
the Sof.. Illtrbor and Susquehanna Turnpike Raid
Company." et aura, approval the 14th day at April,
A. D. 1863. THOS. 8. BLAIR,
CYRUS P. MARKLE,
JJ HN O CATIGHEY.
. R. M A. ARSTON,
W. W. TAYLOR,
JOHN 8. DiLivfgrru,
DANL. R. DAVIDSON,
W. 11. HAVEN,
Director; of the Pitudlgh A Cohn. It. R. Co.
Pi:W."l* Ocl. 2711,1861. eabtf
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iv 5 bbia. Corn' Grits ;
In sioreand Inr sale by ' L. IL TOMS & CO.
OIL 130IUNG TOOLS—One Solt; new,
for tilt by B. DALZELL It CO
no 4. . Lanny striet;
CPDFIBIL-4, -supply of Grand Bank
HodAah jail noshed andlar al* at th• Yamily
Ottott , lZAton or JOHN Al JIHNSHAW,
DA, :toren Warty and
MIIX-4;altnation'ily a voting
T 1 iuta aitirlpflog Clpkk or ga7s, 'marl. - Boit of
Address BOX MO. Pittsburgh P. 0
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.1 U 31 71 ,..t. 0 - ,te N w.
s — 4., °II
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:? L ‘r
.h r. Li
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1 i5 ... 0 "1 0,
facture of Artincial Limbo, has mysteriamly liisap
peered, and I therefore warn the public not to trust
him on my account. ay . '. a ill not Le responsible [or
debts of hie contracting.
no 4 3t OTTO HELMOLD
Sao now steamer caAvagf,tept.
• mallete porta on WIEDNEt3DAT, 4th Inst., at 4 r . ..
For freight or towage apply on board or
not JOHN FLACK,
.7. D. outtxsawoon. l'''w"" -
ei_Ult BELTING, PACKING. -BOSE,
VI and GASKETS, of all six. and thickness. A
largo supply lost received and for sale at the Indio
Rubber Depot of • J. A 11. PHILLIPS,
o 4 N.. 26 and 28 St. Mar street.
MESS PORK! IAESS WSltir.ll-f,W)
Olds. Ideas Port in .tore and Attests by
McDONALD tg mettccalEs.
Wholmale Grocers, Produce & COM. Merchants,
ri c 4 242 and 244 Liberty street.
LONDON CLUB SAUCE, it relish for
meats, gravy, soaps, du., Just received; also gen
ulna French prepared mu.A.A, %valuta and Mush
noom Ketchup, dr., for
corner sale at the Fatally Grocery of
nod JOHN A. RENSHAW,
Liberty and Hand strews!.
W --- EIT E C*) - iiii ilEAL.—BarrefsEi -
I T to sifted White Corn Meal, made from Flint
Corn, Just received from Indiana. and put up in small
sacks fur family use, or for sale by the pound, at the
7 . 0 .7 Grocery Store of
JOHN A. RENSHAW,
no! Corner Liberty andLiand streets.
An Experienced Carpet Upholeterer
In wanted immediately M
OLIVER WC . LISITOCE di CO.'S.
cc:t&tf No. 43 Ptah street.
tosysA. AVENUE RESIDENCE FOR
BALE.—A well built and conveniently arranged
two-story brick dashing house, lately painted and
papered; lull, two parlor., dltting-P.m, kitchen,
cellar, four chambers and finished attic ; lot n feet
bunt by 195 deep to_Calwell street; fruit trees, shrub
bery, etc.; in a desirable location, easy of access by
Passenger Railway. Apply to
bet B. OIITHItIiItT t SONS, raMarket a
100 bbls. choirs Michigan rratiberrie ,
50 do Minnesota Wild do;
10 du Jersey do;
7 du Cape Cod extra do;
9 do York State Jo;
15 do Sackett's enitie'd lkdl Jr;
er in store and for sale by
I FI. VOTOT &CO
TOR SALE.—An eleellent TRACT of
/2 LAND, consisting of twenty-gee scrim, situated
In 31112 in township, about one mile from tho City
Farm—having thereon erected • dwelling home and
barn. Alm fruit trent of raions kinds, about /tee
acme of which cool lend, a t ll the products haring
an excelicmt market In the neighborhood. Said farm
is under good cultivation. For terms apply to J.
DRTDEN, on the premises, or pt. D. A uctini.
BAUGH, so. lig Diamond street, Pittsburgh.
I\TEW ROOKS! NEW 1104/KS!
1-1 Daring and Suffering. A bietory of the Greet
Railroad Adventure in, Georgia, by Lieut. Wlllisul
Pitting°, 1 vol.
Beyond the Lines ; or, A Kalikow Prlsouer Loom
lke Marvel's Ann Book—•)ly of
• • .
The LAO Time, by Sees.
Wendell Phillips' Spoechrs and Lectures.
Our Sunday School, end Mow we Manage It. A
new supply jest netorred.
nod J. 1,. BEAD, 78 loorth stmet.
heretofore existing under the nen.. and firm
of J. It. LINDSAY 6. CO. to this day diesolred
mutual cnsent. All bu•duees rennet:led with the
late firm will be arttlod I , y J. 11. LINDSAY, et UG
Wood street, up stairs. J. 11. LINDSAY,
.1. 11. LINDSAY.
I base also dlspousi of my itISCIVAI in the llrm ••1
•L_IL AS. MAXWELL 0 Co. to J. It. LLNDSAY.
Nor. 2, 166.1. J. B. LINDSAY.
Having purchased the interest of J. li. LINDSAY.
In the Arm of J. It. LI.DSAtYh e&
ArmHfa rJd B. e a
Pottery Badness; o
MAXWELL & Co., Bellows Manufacturers. the bass
nese will continue as usual, Hardware and Cutlery
tiv J. R. LINDSAY ; Bellow+, J. 11. S 8. MAN.
(111'Y 41F rirrsßuicoli, rd.
kJ Before me, an Alderman for said city, can..
MA.TTIIEW KEEP, who being dilly PROM. depomee
and say. that Samuel Ward, before the en. of Mrs.
Itrawdy was cent op to cviiirt. ...lied at Alderman
Humbert's office; asked me to withdraw the row
Mrs- BriswilY; that I would make money byl
the operation; bloat sh• had offered to give It; I re
' plied I wouldn't settle It for 5000; that Iw r deter
mined ,hod ourt. should decide the ease. ED , then
left am, an met m• at the Court, after a true bill
had Won Amami against her "it , keeping si disorderly
hotel," Ile a m id am. to go down to Mrs. Drawdy;
that we timid make 815; that she would give It. I
asked him it ho was an ambaseador in the nue bei
meta the Cedomona.lth and Na. Broody. Be
said that he bad been sent by her. I told blot that
the case was ill Coast, and there it should be mottled.
Al A TTIIEW K YE P.
Sworn and subecribed Isefon2 me, Noe. 1563.
LEONARD S. JOINS. Alderman.
MAO came JOSEPH MICHAELS, who being duly
evorn, sap; that Samuel Ward Cltma me at th•
Mayor'. °film and asked me to go down to Mm.
Brawdy and try and settle that mgr. I told him
that I wouldn't do it; that I would path her an fir
as the law would let me. Ile acid. aro down and we
Keep, end both go down, and o mig h t
nh make money
ont of it. I turned round and o 1 away from
him, mad ref:teed to go. Tide wet before the case for
"keeping • bawdy h0n..," (to which she alteraranla
plead guilty,) ant noluttutd to Court.
Sworn sod subecribed before n.a. Sot. 3. Ifir.3.
no-LI t LEONARD S. JOHN: 4 , Alderman.
pit Arr A 26TH WICSIGNme,NT
At Auction Every Night
PRIVATE SALE• DURING TUE DAT
CARTES DE VISITE I
CASTES Dt VISITE I
6,000 JUST RECZITID AT
OPPOSITZ , THE POST OPTICS.
A NOTHER RICHMOND IN THE
li riv.,Dwo are nor prepared to furnish Cap
tains end owners of Steamboats with WIWI EN
GINES, of any
=1 stroke, We will furnish all
the machinery of a boat, and seer= in point of ex
cellemos to none. We hops, by our promptnese In
coming op to time, and the qmility of our work. to
sham the patronage of our awn rues meet.
2 tank of Allegheny Rimer.
ME4 ,I E F
rit--CARY'S COIIGITCOIin, for the Immo
diet. relief of Collett!, Mal"WO, and all Undo at
Throat Affections, This 'rads stands untleaW,r,
en oluSof Ponaii—ntinistanirliubliesPeekere/sins
en, soldiers, ac., by emir soh:Wary commerKastions
pls. the 'Cure' wherit it Justly be sags, TtS t she'd
of all other Coughremiodies. Sold by
• 81.11 Off JOTENBTOn i
non Corner roarth and Smithfield streets.
DD. W. F. FUND ENDEBD
flu ressuriod iho prattles of his profession. an
No. 142 PENN EI77IZET Oro %L0ra1...13T Pitt
Pltubmgb, October 28,188.
• " 1 *WM tit IS
OY BOOTS, SIIOES AND GAITERS
Which an Itto cheapest In the city, at
B ARGAINS( BARGAINS!
In BOOT 4, IMES, °Amiss
At J. U. BORLAND'S, 98 Viollot street,
co3l sand door from Fifth
A. FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SONS OF MALTA CIGARS ,
.STATES POS'y QV cE
Dxsterotty, fur 1653. Pio* ty rQ
A fresh supply rocahlot at'
0c29 j BAS-A wood .trees
APPLES! 'APPLES(_ 41'PLE.1--7
earicclarbf tholes Applir h consisting of Green
ing', ffpineenberre, Meow ttr, nom* , Amities,
Golden Chaos, Bel dowers, Vennoelte, Galion and IW
Streak Pippins, At-, noir ttitore and *limb b
0 03 • : • & CO.
thb. , 2 1 7 wringge this' tun perfect intlefee•
tion.. Call and exualne thern,iit lino 'indite Itubber
'1)991' " 4 28 tt,'Cl* -r ,t:,
' , :*.ke o vate forAhnhoonuts,
0 :puke-Near store
tad for oh by 3. D. CAX:in/MD.
tairtdrr - l' — Eli
',Woof tirEmerts sa i Fir •• .I.torms - r Jam
...........__ ,,- . i-GOOKlai Ice
TTNrrED'6TATFN TAVES—The art-1 XTOTICE - -11) • ONVIiaZ OF CO S..L ,----------81iA.,,,,,-,. ------
. - - -IN , - •.,, --, ,-111:ANICETS''. !
9.j.• oust A.4ensto.erit 1.1,t, for 124 - 1, ctutaining.f • noATEripCOL IMAGES, Orl. BOATS, FLAE: , !:', • 1.., : ..
'fairs co 'locomen, laceloce. Silver Plate and CU. v1i0h.Th:...k.8U.522, AND CANAL BOAT , . ,'•-•} ..'
nays, tu Division No. lei the Twenty-third Codes- ! Craton Honor., Prrtseceou, hue. 2,185. A.
Lion District of PeuSe, comprising that part of Al- The attention of Coal sod Oil Merchants, and
leginny county north of the Allegheny and Ohio others, owners of nu Basta, li'wel Boats, Canal
rivers. bee Love received, end the undersigned will Beam, Barges, Oil Boats, Store Boats, Coal Boats and ,
attend et hi* nSce, No. 67 Water etreet,
Barg naviptiog Ms Ohio river and its Who
ext door to the City Treasurer.) either la persoo ', an us and canals, having 1.1 OXISte. Into a navtgable 1
or b; Deputy, with SNIT EL DAY, the lath day of 1 river or inlet, La Se cret directed to • the Milos.-
November, for the perpose of enuring tall Taxes • lug letter ut the Secretary of the Tremury : •
De will elso attend in penon or by Deputy, for the 1 Taxascar DILPAIffILL., Day 26, 180.—Sir • I hove
convenience of Tax Payers, at the It
place., received yourletter of April Elet,lBl3, relative to the
to wit : coasting trade on the Interior, waters of the rusted
At Tanntorn, at the hones of liesakiell Tenths., t State.
on FIVIDAY, lam. GO, between the
hours of 9a. to. The laws fey:dating the coasting trade are to be
and 3p. tn. of that day. applied to ths Inland natigation of th e 011/0 [iv,
At Bakerstown, at the holm , . of Mn. Mackey, on and tributaries, with the exception of a few pro ' la-
TDESDA Y, the 10th of November, from 8 o'clock a. to of • special or local character.
Ea. to 3. o'clock p. m. of that day. , Mt Boots laden wi th cool mid floated down the
At Sewickley, at the store of John We;, on 1 river with the amistance of oars, Coal Barges, Opcn
Tllur.spay EVENING. the 12th do; of November, ; Plat Boats, Semi-decked Flat Boats, pecked Bargee,
from I to 9 o'clock of that day. with model bow and stens, and Keel Boats, Plat
The ten per cent. and other penalties; prescribed in Boats
g inden with merchandise Abe Ahs rape= of
the *Anise Law, Which will be incurred after the t tradin at different points on tho Ohio and Mi
140., will be strictly enforced In all Cl.OB. ' sippi rivers and tributsries, Canal Boots with and
uovernment Funds only received. 1 without steam power within themselves, exclusively
DAVID N. WHITE, ,ma canals, and not coming out ilito navigable rivers,
Collector of the faid Dietrict, Penn'. I
are required to comply . with the . providnos of the
dew? I La/ of Congress regulating the Coasting Trude, and
- ---- - - I n 3 be enrolled and Homed, or licensed as the owe
- •E'N.-A l arge assortment of may be, and pay tonnage due., provided by the pro
visions of the 13th Section of the Act of July 14th.
lista entitled "An Aet increasing, temporarily, the
duties on imports, and for ether purposes , a hich
apply to "ail meth which shop be entered tinny Coo
toritarime la the Vatted Ststes,"'apdinclude all de
moting= of tsosts abd 'resists subject to enrollment
and Mesas ousters previous lame. Canal Boats, or
- . . _ - excittalvely within the
the rtYLST PATTEIINS and every 'width, at tbo
LoweSt Prices fir Cash,
Crumb Cloths, Felting% Rugs,
OIL CLOTHS. &c.
Lod having pun-hared for CASII, before the Isle
advatietrt, we are able to tell at the manufactorers'
pric.4l, on unequalled stork of
CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES,
M.A.PT ENOS. ..ttc
OLIVER M'CLIBTOCR & CO.,'
tio. 23 YITTII STREET
QUAllTUlllantall'i 0. 8. 4, 1
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 31, ISM.
Sealed Proposals will be remised .1 ibis office Up
to 10 o'clock a. m. on BAIIIIIJSAY. Ttb ,
2,000 ARTILLIMY HOMES,
To be delivered at the Government Stablse in thle "
city, within forty (40) days from date of contract. .
Spnajisarioni , for Artillery Harms.
Said hornet to bo ef dark colors, not lw than Ilf
torn and one-half hands high, from six (il) to nine
(9) years old, etrong, quick and active, entirely sound,
en broken, and Keane Matters in barman. Leh
horse to welsh not leas than eleven hundred (1,100)
These sr.' , Oaditnil min be sitrietly adhered towed rigid
ly ovoreed to ',nil particular.
No bid will be entertained unless accompanied by
a guaranty for its faithful performance.
Form of bid and guaranty can be had ou appliu
tinflird:rehismtlir h'e ns prese j.i nt at the opentog of bids, or
their bids will be
Bonds must be Gird for the fuitkfol fulfilment of the
forties will be required to come up to the term. of
the ooutrart, or feeit the amount ef their bonds.
Tin undersigned reserves the right to caplet all
Lids deemed unreasonable.
Tun or mono bide/owe Me *awe porn. will Maws As
moll. of all such bar.
No bid will be entertained for lees than fifty horse.
Payment made on completion of contract, or aa
soon thereafter as the undersigned may bc in fonds.
Propaals will be endorsed, “Propemls for Artil
Any other information will I* promptly given on
application to th e unddrsigrad, personally, or by
I am still purchaaing CAVALRY 11012.5 Y-4 in ope
market, at 3130 each. payment made on the dell,
fry of eight (81 of more. JA11123 A.
SL LOUIS, MO.
Pc. 0, !LOS.- 2.31. L
.A. 44 . •
AN A LYSIS.-
flaring accepted the Agency for the ludo of the
SLR FLE CLAY, mined near Bt. Louts, so., I la
the the attention of Glass and Steal llianufacturers
to the Analyst. given idiom,.. reported by Profs. A.
A. Gays, of Roston, andJ. C. Broth, of Philaelphia,
which, together with Gs tint of actual experience by
manufacturers In Pittsburgh, Clotho:tett and Bt.
LOUIS. determines It to be the west and most min.
ablo Cloy now known, whether Foreign or American.
Pots made (tom It hove stood t the Glass itnruacei
from 6% to 9 months.
Tbe Analysts Is of the Clay me taken from the mine,
without any ormhing or preparation • ha... , 1,
papaws great adhesiveness and plisticity godlike,
which are not shown by the Anairlis and which ad
mit of tha mixture of a bugs proportlon of shallot
1 ens now prepared to MI orders for the above Clay
to be shipped from St. Louts or doUverod bent
N`SALS OF THE ARMY OF THR
CUMIIERLAND. By an Meer. Mustrated
with stool portrait., wood vngratinp and maps. I
volume, 8 no. 671
OUR. SENDAI' SCHOOL, AND HOW WE MAN.
AGE IT. By Waldo Abbot, with an Introduction by
Rov. John S. C. Abbott.
DEFENCE. OF ARMAGEDDON. In en Lecttanw
by B. R. Pitts.
For waio 1k)
OPPOSITE THIII POST °MOIL
t'LOUKING MILL FOR SALE—The
sotwerther offers for sale the ALLEIMCNI
CITY MILLS, siciated to the Fourth Ward, All..
ebony City. This well Imows 11111 has bow reliant
lately, and contains four run of Trsoneh Bans, with
al the latent Improved machla for marmfacdoutog
the best breads of Floor. o yes good long ;.. well as forelgti costom. Thsisay a owe thaws ge
Dulness emu, sad us invite who wish te *Sing
in • profitable bantams to WI at the 11111. vu - n
terms will be mad* Immo.
oc2felsedawT J. TOWITLY.
GENERAL FOREIGN 6.111 W. CY.
AUSTIN B&TZWIN & CO.,
72 M b ..DWAT, YEW TOILE.
_ltt. 4* :ei at low ratesim Griot Britalo.lroltod,
"..""ot postage from Liverpool or flummitown.
r w".Arres fonrardel to All parts of the world.
E YES AND EAR
Pays particular attention to the treatment of , . ~ . _ . .
enuotac revausrit.uto I'VE and E LI/ iVare_ dot . , ,
o VA.TABACT, SQUINT EYES, for Allitrial‘, Thom Chintoris eta ;tittan4redfor tho flat lama,
PUPIL, Warta kaTIVICIAL EYES,. and treat►, a besting all porta of,theglasa *justly, door tell expose
manounuerour nu; ottoman , szky,iwo, It to =ea* . , • 71.; T-DlTmanGzi ;
and all diatoms affecting , lb* 'Ear and lite4b 4 to fort Pitt Utah Worts, Washington strait,
•__ _ - aPII , - . i, 1 .russtmax, Penna.
°Ace, 100 IITTLI STUMM
/1611LAND'8. 98 Market ortrrot.
/UMW& DRUG STOBA
141'oc - fit ando ptne "
Ho. nt SECOND STRUT
J. L. READ,
No. TS Fourth .trod.
All signs mad prices. at the Elannfiketory,
WILLI/1111 lIINGUAII, ir., *goat,
oelgamesst Adams' Express olEas, Pittsburgh
DRAFT.---Persons rata) are 'dna.
.1w an entitled to cunr, v uon Au mein
14 dawn In the Caticriptlon Jur't of much A. leek
or who wish to be Mimed hp . 'd ie p i pme of
froa Ms Wand &AA or 'WV* proem a enbetitnte,
to take their place dotted fel easr, will And It to their
edrentase to call dh troh Y. I am folly piepered t h eir
Wanks, ko. - J. H. 1101A.1(011„
No I r 4 rocrth street, near lisalthbel.
TT2 incl 7 cylinder, lfeet ■ttuka.
. 7 Each " 3 . "
r of Boring Inc tut ead l lew co fEnit
dean Orr cob.
FAMILY HORSE AND ROCKAWAY
A fine FAMILY 110E2E, that trots hi 3:20,
in every mooch and be be drlten by children.
32131 be eold lon. Inquire of
ecielas. A. Menoll3 112 Tifth street.
RECEIVINO NEW BOOTS, SHOEg,
°Arms. 8AL1401148 AIM wpm,
' Every day, at 13041.2121/11, DS MAO street.
JUAN : REIIR havixg this day,
puelwed thy Bruthmakint Iluelnese heretofore
earned on h 7 DIETRICH foutuns, gill coo
thme the alma at the old stead, ouelstatrest, where
he will be happy to mein and execute all orders
Pittsburgh, October Vth, 1110.
1111 1 11EW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
• L9O/IDs. elkaleintellid D. '9lr. raw,
, . • 100 bush: amall.Whlts Sant
. , 1 0 0 it . I . kpa d 4;34.r. i
Ilecednit and for ad, by . 11. BIDDY.t.
wed Y 0.183 Llbarl7 abed.
other craft plying on waters exclualsely
limits of • Mats, having no outlet into • navigable
river or lakeon which commerce with foreign natioat
or among the Matra, or with the Indian tribea, can
be carried on, do not come within the pro • iOlOlll of
this or preatc•rs acts.
With great raped. ci. P. ClikAE,
Secntary of the Treaeory.
Cum. W. BATCIZELOI, IR,
Surveyor, 4e.. Pittsburgh, Penn's.
The .f the notating trade require that every
desealption of Nail er mewl of over firs tons, and imie
than twenty Was tommulealliat,sball belictmeed, and
if of twenty tons rrsaworament and %muds, enrolled
boat imusa. Tommy!) with them niquirements,osch
I dle or vessel must be Maned or intanteredio•as to
&diminish , the particalir yawl be which • Hamm
or enrollment and UM= may be. Wood. If neon
bored, the mane or initials of owners or soma other
distinguishing lettere. meat aeromproy th• number
OD each noel. Tao remels of the alma dam, nuns
or number, cannot bilicensed,orearolled or licensed,
is the cam may be, in the mate district.
The IlegulatMns of Internal and Coastwise Inter
coms require hosts of all description destined for
any point on the Ohio or Mimissippi arms, south of
Wheeling, to exhibit • manifeet of their entire mugs
to the Surregor of Customs, and obtain • clearance
before departing on the voyage to
Owner. of Cord Bow and Bargee are rwineeted
report at the Custom Horne, the different points at
which other Latta can be [mind and mearored, and
to torabh the Information rogninito so a. to avoid
onneaseary delay In obtaining enrollments and h•
cease. CUM". W. BATCHELOR.
noltbrilSurveyor of Onstoma.
HUNT Pi PITTSBURG% ALMANAC,
7 P'agen. Illustrated
PRICE ONLY FIVE CENTS
Beady to-day. Oantaialav-
Ueeful sad Interesting READING lIIATTER for
the FAMILY CIRCLE.'
Nearly • hundred Valuable and Profitable Beceipto
ibr making_frany of as moot Popular PATENT
MEDICINES, PISBYIINEET, LIAM DlEd.d.r... kr -
HEWED OF EVENTS.
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS or vat GREAT
' THE UNITED STATES PENSION LAW.
TIM UNITED STATICS BOUNTY LAW.
TRIM DAYS OF THE VARIOUS COURTS OF
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Inv., rm.
C•lcalsUons by Palterers Dose, A.M.. Principal
of Pittsburgh Nigh School. and Author of " Deelis
A New Vesture of this Number to the TWELVE
SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC.
PRICE ONLY FIVE CENTS
Moiled poet-poll on receipt of Prko.
Oa - A Mond lioconnt to Dealers.
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
OVER 100 DIFFEUST STYLES,
FROM SO CENTS TO *IS
CHAS. C. MELLOR
81 WOOD STREET.
coniczn vim AND WO= STlti
(VI end Si storied. over llieltsididon'a Jewelry Btu.
Of 'wary ata• and style, plain or, colored. InaNtlaa
popular Carts do Platte to Oildnet sad Ufa stag
PURVIANCE puttcalarty cal the at
Witt= all.. AGED AND imam to Om soot ao
eessitlity of Ilibrestib*lonnt, being reaskod by •
eagle abort of stiles.' Prizes moderate, and
NEW STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SSOES,
MekLELLANWS AUCTION HOUSE,
Na 65 FIFTH STREET
pATENTICD UNTO Eit 8, 1861
LAME S CJECIDINFEY'S.
111.111174C14 1119 Or
XX, PUNT CLAWS,
GAS AND STEAM INTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves,
And .1 Ideas of fittings for Water, au and BUS=
AGITATORS AND TANKS TOR OIL =FINE
iniso.tuo,Fo teaata.• new mom
BLACK DIAMOND . STKEL.
NBL ostorrsit or, co.,
Din quani zziritillicuST nom.
liquaoll4. andOct,llice• °tall ma d
ibcptal to orgvissyclild scanilactismi lyttlar corm
-b lur Oaks wszoboni•J s r .
sad Maud 112 MONA frititM 4l ,
ial• by J A!. DALzkii, d BOY,
may CY and 70 Water stmt.
: - j ~~~:-,..nom
J. M. ButeffraD
Kos in=t °paled some
KENTVCIEY JEANB M3EMS,
Grey Twilled Flannels.
RED TWILLED FLINNELS.
NT 01.1,01 N, W.llll-E.,
A full ussurtmect of.
N. E. corner Fourth and Market Sta.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR THIRD
NEW FALL GOODS!
Among which may Ds C.una tho LATEST STYLES
AND NOVKLTIES In
DRESS & CLOAK TRIMMINGS
Ornaments and Buttons,
HEAD-DRESSES, BEAD & BRAID NETS
A NEW INVOICE Or
600 pca. SARATOGA TRiMMiNG
200 doz. of BUGLE AND BEAD GIMP.
GOO pc& of White Edge, Black and Scar
let VELVET RIBBON.
BONNET RIBBONS, all colors and
AUN WOOL AND ZEPHYR DOODS, WOOL
920t151509, In great variety, for old and young.
6ENTS MEE, PAPER A LINEN cottaits
MIDEDSaIkr I 3, DILAW*, SOCIES, NECK
eCAM. cOIIII)IIT9nBUSPENDMI, de
*arm. Testis supplied at low.. t curb pekes
WHOLF..3I.LE BOONS LP STAIRS.
MACRUM & CLYDE,
7g MARKET STREET,
N EW G(X)1/8.—We have `now in store
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
of :mob were pnxb••ed I.efore the sate •d
• In prices, and will bo gold at low rate.
CLOAK OIINAMENTS,GIIIPURE LACM , , BRAIDS
AND BINDINGS, ACE COLLARS, LINMI
CO st L s ß ; L INEN E
Hs R AN F D AS KER S C E H T IIREF Sn
goods at oldrices: SILK b CASH
MERE 'NICK SCARES, RIB
BONS. FLOWERS: FELTHERS
RUSCHES; FELT HATS, BEAVER
HATS, SILK HATS; HEAD-D.R.MES
HEAD-NETS, In every style; BONNET VEL
VETS, BONBET SILKS, SKATING CAPS, HOODS,
ZOUAVE JACKETS, BREAKFAST CAPES,
. SONTAGS, BALMORAL EMIR'S; entirety
new styles: SLY. QUAKER. sad. other •
now OOP SKIRTS, FREN
AME H RICAN CORSETS ; DAL CH
MORAL STOCKINGS , /3031,012
. bod,• Sheer, Knit; and otherldnde, for
fali .od Id:NT:GLOVES, us own 7 etyle and
rondangood pars Eli ) GLOVISL In dank dol
or. and phdo black..for Ottt•goed_WEClTZ KID
GLOVW, for 51 00; Meres SZMLAND WOOL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, reel Scotch, east
• ' a fell line of other Undergarremste and
Finishing Goods, for Men, Women
gag-Wholesabs Room up stars. •
Buyen *on country, and city dealers, will Arid
r stook at all time. well snorted, and prim ee low
any other house.
JOSEPH RORKE & CO.,
0.91 77 di 79 MASK= 817117r5.
EXTRAORDINARY BAR9AINS 1
BITIUBRDINARY• BARGAINS 'I I
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS !
lEMORDINUY BARGAINS !
RIETRAORDDIARY BARGAINS !
BARKER :& CO.'S,
59 Market Street. -
2,000 DOZ SPOOL COTTON,:
In nuntlatra ranging from 10 to CO, which wo shall
000 DOL MAIN AND FANCY SeiS.VB 14 TIES.
50 doien of the NEW A.NTI-RHEIJ-
MATIO SHIRT, at the rotail price of
$1 50 ,each.
100 doz. Atkinson% Steel Collars.
50 " "- cab
STEEL COI JARS I
EATON; mega a co.,
Na.ll Amin Trim trrnrA PA.,
At 161110 ' Steel 00)1wanagtiffel
>Qsamel haiin6 tb• ;ppears:we andcom
*not jino. To*lttary men snd traders tbsy
arrisasuct ni22.cosuisi AVD-CVM;
'Vs naellgg 00001.
5 1 , per pair.
Cairo • ..- VA per ger.
Best by =a mceipt aft lb. -
13m4 te.mumelkd ifor 25 matt t - Inu
=lump a NEW-COLLS.n. forms .OLD ONT., pro-
..rtding it Um:4 broke ar.bent ) 2.8 apex. . •
truis itt tim New:York Agog* *lc&
aer attht alarm
• „ atiosimfaco,
oc1:0 - • re.
Batmen 'fourth and Diamond
• complete etock of
close out at 37 CENTS per dozen
5000 BALMORAL SKIRTS,
At minced rates
1T AND 10 TUTU am"
Sole Agents Rsr-
FALL GOODS! '
Just iisodsed at
LANE, - ItPALBOY. L'0.1132
No: +o maser. noir, Arigibmi:
: E c
Pt I.'" 1 / raga, Alfredo Kam