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    Vittsintrgit dao,t4.
Official Paper of the City.
the pazirert, at Geo. E. Shaw's Optician store,
Sit Fifth street—corrected daily:
94. II
12 li
6 r, x
The "Confidence' , Man
Win. Thomas, whose arrest we have already
reported, on a charge of swindling Mr. F.
Langkamp out of eleven dollars, had a hear
ing before Mayor Alexander, and was eouunit
ted to jail to answer at Court. Two other cases
were brought to light. Thomas had entered
the clothing store of Wm. Dunker, on Liberty
street, where be deposited a sealed package,
addressed to a man in Now York, in care of
the German Savings Bank. On one corner of
the package was marked the amount of money
(ittba) which it was supposed to contain. After
leaving this in the store for an hour or two,
Thomas came back, and under pretence of
lacking ten dollars to complete a purchase of
grain, he diddled Mr. Dunker out of that
amounts The package was never called for,
and it was not opened until after his arrest.
It contained nothing but paper. Thomas
Clark, clerk at the Mansion Rouse, was
swindled out of five dollars, In a similar man-
ner. Commitments were lodged in both these
The Criminal Court
TONSDAY, Nov. 3.--Judges Mellon, Stowe
and Brown
Riohard Murphy tins convicted of the larceny
of a pair of pants and an umbrella. Motion
made for a new trial.
Adam Oxenhart was tried for the lareony of
a hog, the property of Mr. LiAdermau, but
the jury failed to agree up to the hour of ad
George Massey, colored, was convicted of
assault and battory, and sentenced to pay a
fine of five dollars and costs. '
Henry Holler was con ricted on two charges
of larceny, and atntonre I to two years In the
Joseph Davis, (colored,) was tried on a
charge of larceny and acquitted.
John Weaver, Jr., was convicted of petty
larceny, and sentenced to two months in jail.
Adam ifertsberger was convicted of larceny,
and remanded for sentence.
. • - •.
Lavinia - Williams, Joseph Davis, and John
Jankson, (colored,) were placed on trial for re
ceiving stolen goods. The case was not con
cluded at the hour ofutdjournment.
Bogtua Recruiting Officer*.
This public are cautioned against two or
three individuals who, without the slightest
authority from the Government, have opened
recruiting offices in this city and in Allegheny,
offering the regular bounty, advance pay,
etc., guaranteed by the Government. Hand
bills have been issued by these parties, and
one of them professes to hare authority to
raise an Independent Cavalry Company ! It
is needless to say that no such authority has
been given by the War Department, and all
persons wishing to enlist must make their ap
nlikations to the regular agents, Messrs. J. C.
Sproul and C. W. Lewis, whose office is at Ito.
98 Fourth street, near Wood. An advertise
ment from Capt..J. Heron Foster, giving au
thentic information on this subject, will be
found in another column.
Racy. AT COLLIS'S PA RK.—An exciting race
took place at Collins Park, yesterday after
noon, between the horse "Shamrock," entered
by J. Dishier, and "Soft Soap," entered by
Felix Laverty. The race was exceedingly
well contested. The first heat was won by
"Shamrock" In 2:47; second heat by '•'oft
Soap" in 2-40; third heat by "Shamrock" in
2:30; fourth and fifth heat by "Soft Soap" in
2:38 and 2:46. The attendance was quite
large, and considerable sums of money
changed hands on the result. The race was
for a parse of $4OO.
hundred and eighty-two prisoners, molt of
whom were captured at the battles of Freder
icksburg and Chancellorvillo, arrived In the
city hut night, at eleven o'olock, from Wash
ington, and after being fed at City lialcby
the Subsistence Committee, they took a special
train for the west, eU route for Chattanooga.
They all belong to the 11th and 12th Corps,
which have been transferred to the west since
their capture.
Coxourroa is LCCE.—We learn that Sam
uel McCleary, Esq., late a conductor on the
P. Ft. W. S C. H. lt. has discovered an ex
tensive deposit of excellonl bituminous Coal,
on the line of the road, on the Myer's farm,
about 1% miles west of Masailon, 0. He has
been fortunate enough td lease a large tract
of land, overlying the coal do cult, and will,
no doubt, make a handsome thing out of the
discovery. The coal is mild to be of an ex
cellent quality.-
THE DELL RtNur:rm.—The almond entertain
ment given by the Swiss Bell Ringers, et
concert Hall, was largely attended, and every
body present was delighted with the chute
and unique performances. Those who wish
to spend an evening, cannot find more pleas
ing enjoyment than in listening to the 801 l
Ringers. They give a. matinee at three
o'clock this afternoon, and perform every
evening during the week.
HUGH BELLA.% a well-known lawyer of Sun
bury, Pa., died'on the 26th ult. Mr. Deltas
was, in early life ea active politician, and
coon after his adtkesion to the bar, was ap
pointed to the office of Prothonotary of North
umberland county, when that county cm
hi-aced Union, Snyder and Columbia within its
I imits.
wishes us to *tate' that he war in his own office
when Captain McHenry threatened to shoot
him, for putting his_ head out of the window.
ilia Office however, is in the same building
with the Provost Marshal's office. The further
bearing in the ease has been postponed until
the return of District &ttorney Carnahan.
night last an 'attempt Was made to assassinate
Air. Daniel Sane, of Uniontown. While ho
was in the sot of onlooking his own door,
some person fired a pistol at him, the ball out
ing the skin on the upper lip. A similar at
empt was made upon his life some time ago,
end hehas no knowledge as to who the would
be murderer is.
Base DIVIDENDS. - The ante of lame
yesterday declared the following dividends:
sank of Pittsburgh, four per cent; Iron City
Bank, five per cent•_ Exchange Bank, five
per cent; Alleghene , Bank, four per cent;
Merchants and Manufacturers, four per cent;
and Mechanics four per cent.
- OIL REPINZIff Bomn.—The oil refinery of
Messrs. Smith and Naylor, located at Law
renceville, was entirely destroyed by fire,
yesterday evening, between five and six
o'clock. We did not - ascertain the origin of
the fire, or the amount of tholes,.
Sarnoes losses or CoL.P9arr.—Wo regret
to learn that' COL E. F. Pratt, the well known
Messenger to Councils, Is now lying at his
resider♦oe in the Third Ward, suffering from a
.serioal affliction of the lungs. Me took ill on
Iredneedarbot, ancibas been growing worse
over oinne.:-L.
'Nun Dais's - tn.—The Philadelphia Mail
and Baltimore Expresi trains, duo here on
Tuesday at noon, were detained two or three
hours, in consequence of is freight train run
ning off the track at Jack's Narrows, on the
Juniata river. •
pima Citaatorra Tuomrsox drew a large
nadiente to tie theatre, last orening, to wit
ness bar idi2able rendition of "Juliet," in
Shakepeare's tragedy of "Romeo and Juliet."
To-night elle:appears as " Pauline," in the
'4beaaUfta play of The Lady of Lyons."
Baca OS Darla /c Mcllwatae,st
sbefiAtiation Fisonis, Fifth stroet, Tuesday
eresdusiliViember 3d
Eureka:Unmans* Co.,
.j 05 1 , 1:1 30.. WZR , a resident of Ilarapden, a
stiburA Of _Reading, Pa. died on Wednesday
;at, attbo.oatcsordina4 ago of 103 yam.
s, .
I United Statethrldlan- Commitzton,• 4,-. SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
The Army Committee of Western Pennsyl- • „
• sotika Pacey, a= and Ornamental
• t rania presents the following Report of its Fiate Roofer, and dude, in Pennsylvania and
operations during the month of Oeio,!•cri Vermont slate z , f the-Sant quality at low rates.
The following gentlemen have been scut us
Office at Alex. Laughlin's, near the Water
delegates to the army Rev. J. W. McFarland,
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
Rev. T. L. Purdy, Rev. W. W. Ihorgemon, Rev.
T. V. Milligan and Mr. Janie. McLaughlin. Surtno MaCIIINSt3.—W ilh respect to this
rideable invention, Grover & Baker eujoy
The Treasner acknowledges the following i the public a pre-eminence n pu regard. They
ftniributionl • have kept pace with this now indispensable
Proceeds of Volitive at Mansfield 5148 61 economy from its inception to its present com-
Paton Beller Association, Western Pennsyl
vania and North Western Virginia. 37 40 pleteness and efficiency. The marked im
provements which it has undergone, its thor-
Soldiers' Aid Society, Ebenezer, Ps la 70
Soldiers' Ald Society, Greenfield, Pa 11 13 ough usefulness and great popularity, aro
Union Leanne, Sugar Grays, Pa 2 a. greatly due to the care, taste and enterprise of
IL P. Church, Ltarrimille, Pa 12 25 Grover Baker. Their long experience and
U. P. Presbytery of Steubenville, old° 13 a i constant manufacture of sowing machines en
lit. E. Church, Minville
M. Et Church, Well ace; Penna.
Ille, Penn'. able them to present to es the very best and
M. E. Church, Brumley, Penn's 6cs very eheapost stock to be found. Those who
EL E. Church, Forfeiter, Pann'a ....... I wish unfailing, durable, perfect working sew-
Sabbath School, Ilarrimille, Ohio 65 ors should not fail to c all on Grover 3: Baker,
SLR. Church. McKean, Pean'a.- ..... _...._... 2 71(ti ty I,
H. E. Church, (Marysville, Ohio 4L "Y"'
Slate Lick Presbyterian Church, Pentia... 36 70
Smith Creek C. P. Church, 31 tel
liallie Wilson and Caine McCidlough 4 50
Collection at Kingwood, Virginia__ G 00
Presbyterian Church, Bruceville, Indiana.... 2 7:1
J. Blythe 5 Ott
Mn.Elica Welker, Allegheny. 5 Od
Miss Hannah Anderson, Portereville, Penn's 2in
Mrs. Mary Jeffrey, Shlriand, 6 ou
Rev. J. E. throthere, Lecchhurg, Penn's 4 00
Alex. Wallace lit al
(.56th 10 00
5 00
Millen,' Run Presbyterian Church, 10 at
Soldiers' MCI.. Smithfield, Fayetteco.,Pa. G
rowel:ohm:lock Prez. Sabbath Schoel, Pa 4 00
M. Davidson, East Springfield, Ohio 2 00
Procimls of Concert itt Boolotown, Pa 54 SO
Tito following contributions of llospital Store,
hero been received during the past month
4 boxes and 2 barrels of hoepital stores from La.
Aim' Aid Society, of Erie, Pa; 1 package and 21
housewives from Male Grammer Department of 241
Ward School, Pittsburgh ;25 bonseerives frva, e -
male Intermediate Department - of 2d ward ; 41 do
from Junior dpt, do ; 60 do from Male Primary dpi,
do ; 100 do from Female Primary dpi, ; 250 do
from teachers and scholar, of olth ward school, Pitts
burgh ; 2 boxes of hoepltal starrs from Ladles' Aid
Society of Blairsville, Indiana county ; 2 boors front
Ladle."' SoldienitAid Society of Butter, Butler Ce ; 2
box, from Ladles' Aid Society of Saltiaturg, Indiana
co 2 boxes from Ladle,' Soldiers' Society of Lime
stone, elation ro ; 1 box from Ladle.' Aid Society,
Putneyvville, Armstrong co ; 1 box from Ladies' -Ltd
Society of Elder Ridge, Indiana co ; 1 box from La
dle.' Aid Society of Mahoning, Lawren. co ; 1' box
from Bethel ;Christian Commiation, Indiana... I
package from J. and M. R. Creighton ; 2 Sixes Iran
Soldiers' Aid Society of Ebormer, Indiana co ; 141
housewives and packages of paper from Mole Interme
diate Department, 2l weed school, Pittsburgh
1:17 housewives and 1 package of paper from Female
Grammar Department, 2d Ward School 1 packago
from Freeport- Baptist Sabbath Schatl ; 1 box from
Mr. C. Prossarant ; 1 box and 1 packagefrom Uciat
Relief Association of libeler township ;t 1 package
from Mimes Shaw's, Etna; I package from Mrs.
Schmertz ; 1 package from IllssesS. end L. Ball, Rob
inson township; 1 package from Mr. W. Thaw; 1
box from Ladies' Aid Society of Watt Middletown.
Washington county; 1 box from Tuentunt Presby
terian Sunday School; 2 boxes from Ladies' Aid So
ciety of Mercer county ; 1 box from Union League
of Sugar Grove, Warren county ; 1 keg of .1t1.• from
A. netneman; 1 box from Aid Society or Sew alit.
field, per Beaver county Army Committee 1 package
of books from U. P. Board of Publication ; I box ot
clothing from Soldiers Aid Society of the at Perot./ -
terian Church, Pittaborgh ; 1 package from Presby
terian Sabbath School, Washington, Pa.; 1 box from
Lodi.' Aid Society of Corsica, Jefferson county;
box. from Christi. Commlation, Philadelphia; 4
barrels of apples from James F. booth Pulaski, Law
rence county ; I box of apples from Lewis luting.
Pulaski, Lawrence county ; 1 barrel of potatoes nod
1 box of onions from Ladies' Ald Society of Worth
ington, Armstrongcounty ; 3 boxes from Sa
die,' Aid Society, of Clarkson, Ohio; 1 ben from
Farmington, New York; 1 box from 31r. McConnell,
Weetnmeland county; I box from Chortler.' Lodi.'
Christian Aid Society; 2 box. front Ladles' Aid So
ciety of Now Castle, Lawrence county ; 1 box from
Ladles' Aid Society of Patneyville, Armstrong coun
ty; I box from Ladles' Aid Society of District No. 2,
Darlington Beaver county; 2 boxes from Beaver
County Ar my Committee; 1 box frost, Ladle, of La.
trobe, Pennsylvania; also congributions of clothing,
frulta and reading matter from W. Thaw, Mr.. Tur
man, Mr. J. McConnell, Mr.. J. Pennock, Mil. Wal
lingford, lira. Johnston, Miss Moreland, Mr.
Mrs. Stewart.
.. 00 62
.. 00 65
29 3-10
The following articles h
Western armies daring du
seed by onr delegates :
Shirts 751 ,
Drawers, palm .... 465
Socks, pairs. 676
Comforts 47
Blankets 48
Shoats 148
Pillows 276
Pillow ca5e5......_.....196
Dressing greens 471
Towels 345
Slippers, pair 5......... 451
liousewivest 127611
Books 27
pads 72
Tracts, 66C7
Papers, pagea
Writing paper, reams
The following articles of clothing are now moot
Flannel shirts and drawers, wool.m sorts,
blankets, and clean .nmsiln rags; the demand for the
latter is now very great.
At a meeting of tho Christian Commission,
held in Philadelphia, Oct. 15, measures were
adopted by which the general work will be
combined, energized, and in.cvery way ren
dered more efficient. Amore extended, syste
matic end thorough organisation of its forces,
and the enlargement of its operations, on a
scale commensurate with the greatness of the
cause, was determined on.
The Commission relies confidently upon the
unbounded sympathy, and most generous sup-
Port of all the peoplebf God, who lore Ms
cause, their country, and the souls of men.
All atoms may be sent to W. P. Weyman,
No. 78 Smithfield street, Pittsburgh.
All cash donations to Joseph Albree, Treaq
ureT, No. 71 Woiid street, Pittsburgh.
Flown, Farr, AND tacos PICO= ; or, The Mar.
dad Life, Beath, and Wedding of the Advocate of
the Poor, Firmian litanialatre Liebenkae. By Jean
Pool Fraidariek Richter. Translated from the
German by Edward Honey Noel. With • Memoir
of the Author by Thomas Carlyle. In Two vol
umes. Boston Ticknor & Fields. 1863. Pius
burgh : for tale by Benny Miner, Fifth street,
(nest door to the Post Office:) and by B. tt.
73,W00d street. 361 and 345 pp. Irmo.
Among his own countrymen, we believe,
"Titan" is considered Jean Paul's master
piece as a romance or novel ; but judging by
far other standards of art-workmaruridD. read
ere, In this country will generally, we pre
sume, give the preference to this book and its
hero, Leibenkas—in which and in whom this
wonderful humorist—this strangrest, gentlest
of philosophers—will be more readily appre
hended and' oro therotighly enjoyed by. those
accustomed only to the forms and usages or
Efigliah or French literature. Be this as It may,
however, we have ter...from the sarnereminent
Boston publishers who recently gave us
the first' English translation of " Titan, "
theseloompanion volumes—which, we cannot
doubt, will be at least ...welcome to the Amer
lean public, as an unexpected and almost nn
preeedtmted sale has proved that,their prede
misers Mast haie been. Thome who have
read d Titan," and will read tide will be
ready to join with us in urging her. Brooks
to apply himself to his work, and enable no,to
read- Resperne " .also, as he has promised.
We close this brief notice with the remark,
that, if we desired to introduce Richter for the
first time,tc an American or English reader,
we should not open "Titan," but OM present
work, and road thereiu some of the noblest
passages, in our judgment, which can be found
in all his writings:—and we may Meatiorithe
first " Flower Piece," with its wonderful, ter
rible sublimity of thought and imagery—with
its profound benefieenrie of purpose and dac
trine—as one of these.
Tug Axiom GorejuidOthsriltories. By Harriet Eli
- sabeth Peeeott. Bootee: Ticksor and 'Fields:
Pittsburgh : for sale by !harp bfluerfirifth street,
(next door to the Postollce.) 43 pp. lemo.
Few writers oteitherser, who denote them -
selves to that department of literary effort,
"shish delights that two-thirds majority of mo
dern readers who read eothlng but stories,have
greater or more tariedresour9es for achieving
all the success that 'still drown ambition, with
in any reasonable bounds of ambitious striv
ing, than Mice Priseott. The readers of the
Atlantic Monthly, whose pages are often en
riched with the contributions of her pen, will
probably recognise sonseuf the stories in this
volume;—but none will 'lrma appreciatively
welcome them; in thcir preiint beautiful dress
of tinted paper sad exquisite typography; than
those who already know how worthy they are
to receive such honor. ~
Ai A .1/QPI.--On Monday smelling,
nun named ham, Tirdmile, 'einployed in the
livery stable ,of II; Paterson, Diamond
street, ilked on the head by a horse,
and Injured to such an extent that ho expired
on the following morning.
NO Quoit/rm.-4%elegkens , Board of Con
trollers-met lad 'waning, for the tratanaption
of bushman, but there being no quorum pres
ents, nothing as done. • .
ET-Convene= John W. Killlnger, has
been appointed Aaseesor of Internal Redenne
for the eleventh district of Pennsylvania. •
of a great many who have bad their hair re
ass been forwarded to the ' stored by the nee of Mrs. S.. A. Allen'.
o last month, and ilistril, . World's Hair Restorer .and Zylobaleamam,
I therefore I recommend them."
'Dried fruit, S. Ali 1: Sold by druggists everywhere. Depot, 198
Cans of fruit . 5`.1'.. , Greenwich street, New York.
Dra.ody and wine. uts 14:. :
Whisky qts ii° ,' WATCHES; JEWELS; &C.—J. M. Roberts,
C ' 4 " nd ''''''''''' ilk, "`"" "... , N 0.17 Fifth atreetr ia now opening the most
1,11200 sugar, jure._ it r , .
8.,, rum qt. ,
... ~..., °auto° stork of fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Cologne, qts. 76 Jewelry, Silver ware and Fancy Goods ever
Butter, So. 144 ' displayed in this city, and is selling then at
Pleklas 417 ° remarkably low prime.
Tea, Ifs
Sugar, IN In;
Soap, Ito 21
Farina arid cocoa, its. .ri
Grape., boxes —. 5
Cornstarch, lbs A
APIA.. bb15....,.. t
Potatoes, tibia 5
Onion*, bbls. 6
Chocolate, lbs F
Oar Book Table
just reseived at bam'l Graham tic Co.'s, Mar
i chant Tailors, No. 54 Market street. It con
sists of all the vary latest styles of cloths,
oassimeres and vestings; overcoatings of all
kinds of the very finest quality, all of which
is seleeted from the latest importations, and
will be made up in the most fashionable and
best manner. Gentlemen desiring a-stock of
goods to select from, that cannot be surpassed
by any other In the city, and every garment
warranted a perfect fit, would do well to give
tte an early osH.
Merchant Tailors, No. 54 Market at.
Beam. GitSHAat, GEo. McCssrii.ess.
mer Is past, and by the morning's frost, we
begin to appreheud, that fall and winter will
shortly be upon us, and we must provide our
selves with the material to keep us comfort
able. A nice fall suit, or a good and well
made overcoat are the very thing, and we do
not know of any pine° where our readers
would suit themselves better than at Messrs.
W. g. McGee .4 Co's clothing establiAment,
corner of Federal street and Diamond Square,
Allegheny. They have also received a com
plete assortment of gentlemen's furnishing
goods, send a great variety of new patterns for
waDteoating, ,be. 1,
TIIONI/S Roar, of Latrobe, Pu. having per
chased the Livery Stable of Mr. John Don
nelly, legs leave to inform his friends and
. the public, that he Is now prepared to furnish
, them with Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle
Horses, at moderate rates. There will be a
person at the Station, at the arrival of trains,
! both day and night, who will attend to fern
; inking earriages, buggies and horses, to all
who wish a conveyance from the station.
givirg potice in advance, a conveyance
will be sent to the station to await as arrival
of any particular train from t-he cast or west.
fine ilesortinent of Fall and Winter Clothing,
lately received by Messrs. John Wier k Co.,
Merchant Tailors, No. 148 Federal street, Al
: le;, , heny. The stock of clothing consist/ of
the finest variety of gents' pantaloons, vests,
: coats and overcoats. The style of patterns is
tasteful and fashionable. We would Invite
all of our readers to give the above gentlemen
a call.
To !Lava! To Anasi—The citizen soldier
will find a more deadly foe, in the brackish,
muddy water and damp night air than in the
most determined enemy. Holloway's Pills so
purify the blood and perengthen the stomach
and bowels that the soldier can endure these
hardship, and still be strong and healthy.
Only 25 cents per box. 230
Facri WORTH Ki Morrill,
Cross Hirer, N. V., says in a latter; know
Fora DOLLARS four dollars.
Four dollars, four dollars.
Dental Institute, Dental Institute.
Beat cheap Dentistry, best cheap Dentistry
No gum:lino work, a* maohis' let.aork.
()whims and carriage calls will be taken at
the Omnibus office, No. 410 Penn street, day
or night. All orders loft at tbo above place
will be promptly attended to. All calla must
be paid in advance. •
C. SILL, Daudet, 248 Penn meet, will at
tend to all baldness of Me profoesion. 2d, MARY JASE, daugh
ter of Alexander end Sarah Jane Cargo, aged 8 pant
and 7 mouths.
Thu forterel will take place from the rotidothee of
Iho pnrente, ou 'White olley, Sixth ward, ruts (Wed ♦ rrr.v.soos, at s o'clork. The friends of 1.1,0
family are n•vjectfully Invited to etu•ttd without fur
ther nou n•.
GLENN.--On Atigust Inth, IWO, at Vicksburg. on
the hoapital boat Woodford, JOSIAH C. W. GLEAN,
of the 31arine 13rigade, in the year
hire age.
The funeral will take place Wranranar nonaticw,
at In o'clock, from the roeldenor of hi. parent., Lili
arty .cruet, above East Lane, Allegheny City, to proi
cw,l to Allegheny l rmrterr. The %lona of the
family are ovii3ed to attend.
GRAHAM—IIn Toosday morning, Noy. Jul, 18Q,
at Ills mob - Sanaa pa Pitt alley. Allegheny City, Mr.
DOD EAT GUAYIA.M, in the 71fi year of Wm •Qo.
The hionds . of, the family aro rxrpectrolly Intik-0
to attend the furicrol. on Vitt:v.:river arTrukuok. at
3 o'clock.
I'aoaonr ntAILIMAIisI Orr ICI, 21. DN . ?,
P timburgh, P., N. 4th, I«<nL f
N-10WPICE14.—I am inutructed by the Proem: Mar
aLni to caution the puldlc agalnat SWIND
LEII4. Wbo multi. to have authority to enlist men
for the United tltatee'llllltury Service, and Promise
them the lame handle. allowed by the War Depart•
went. Thu
Und, authority of ,the Pr.,yrnt 51arslial G•nornl, in
this District, is at
No. 98 Fourth Street, near Wood,
eppointed for the purpose by the Proroot Slarshai
(corral, are authorized to route! men Ito be emitted
on the quota of their proper district.) for any old or.
vanltati(ll-- .
Guarantaning to any atm liars honorably torrid nine
'mouths, and boon dballarged for other reason than
dfnabil it y,
A BOUNTY OF $402 !
lVitb ( letlithg , lLaio••• and •
aliir Thera U also as authorial:al Beerniting Omen
for Veteran Voluntears at tho Girard Home, and for
the V. S. Regular infantry on Fifth etreet.
By order of Cola. B. Fry, Provatt Marl Geol.
Osptala and Provost Marshal. Vd Dist. Pa.
Orrice or Ttri Conic:Wag or Autotimer Co., PA., 1 .
Pittsburgh, October HIM, 1863.
rIitCO).rTRACTORS.—SeaIed Propo
t,, received et this omca until NOVEM.
BEE Arn, for furnishing materiel and building a
Bridge serum Pine Creek, on th e old Butler Turn
pike, in Hampton tosrmihip. Bide for Stonework by
the perchand fur fitipetstrneture by the foot lineal.
Specifirtstimui can be seen an application.
By direction of County Comminionere.
HENRY LAMBERT, Controller.
Prepares rectacts DINLIIINOS AND linctrtcanotnt,
for all kinds of Buildings, mid superintends thetr
erect ton on reasonable terms.
. Office on Anderson *treat, between Lescock and
Itobinson streets, A111..00 , 37 citY. fo3o
Tobacco D 6.1011, 108 WOOD BTBEET, bate
mow In store thalami!, and most complete assort
ment of ,
to the city, which they are selling at the Teri !m
-eet cub fitness. all order. promptly attended to.
NJ /otitis by JAMES DOWN, 1e Wood Ildrog
Specikl IP(natal to tie Pittibtargh ()sum.
Waßlirls6TON efTT, Nov. 344 1863
Owing to the storms on the western lines
the following dispatches failed to get thmugh
last night:
The order for ?coeval Butler to relieve
General Foster at ; Fortrees Monroe b pub
lished. The Navy Department express grati
fication at the change, and Admiral Lee in
particular, caresses a hope that the new
tary administration may infuse vigor into
the operations theie. Negroes are to be col
lected and organtsed into regiments as rap
idly as possible. Gen. Footer is not expected
to remain here in command of the defenses,
as has been reported.
As the tory papers of New, York are busy
reiterating the etterge, it is proper to repeat
that net a single able-bodied settle'r has been
sent home to New York from Gen. Ateade's
army. Plenty of invalids, however, are going
from here, and no doubt is entertained but
that they will all vote to=morrow.
Gen. Schenck has Weed an order requiring
raters to take the oath of allegianco in Mary
land, if called upon to do 30. lie Was hereto
day in consultation with the President about
The War Department announces in general
orders, that the ono hundred dollars bounty
due at the expiration of the enlisted men, will
be paid by paymasters to veteran volunteers
remaining, upon the usual discharge papers,
from their first enlistment.
Hower G. Plants, of Ohio, private Secretary
to Secretary Chase, has resigned his position
to accept the appointment of District Attorney
of Florida. Ho will leave for his new post in
a few days. J. 11. Schaeher, of Ohio, succeeds
him as private secretory.
A few weeks after the battle of Chickamauga,
Gen. Garfield forwarded his resignation to the
War Department, acoompanying it with a
statement that he would either take his seat
in Congress or remain in the field, as the gov
ernment might think boot. He had received
no reply to this till he came on here, and hear
ing of Gen. Rosecrans' official report and en
deavoring to have another Otto General pro
moted, it was very much his own astonish
ment, therefore, that he to-day received the
answer to his resignation from Secretary Stan
ton in the 'shape of a commission as Major
General, tendered for gallantry and merito
rious service at the battle ofthiekamauga.
last?n*aurppj.s.wb..egap,. prp.l*..
The following Is an extract from a strictly
private letter received hero from Gen. Rose
crane to-day, and I have no right to make it
public, but I venture tc take the responsibility:
"As to my remand from the oommand of the
Array of the Cumberland, I have only to say
that 1 pray Clod that the country may be as
well and better served by another. As for
the intnosous lies which - ire put forth through
the press to blast my reputation—such as dis
ability, mental disease, the use of opiutu, dis
obedience of orders In not advancing when
ordered, in waiting for minforecments, ate.,
etc.—if I thought they came from our govern
meet, I would despair of the nation headed
by such a government. That people will ac
cept them, or that tho prominent will pros
per these authork, I do not believe. .rersori
ally I commend myself to the Just and Mer
ciful One, who knows what is for ans beet for
U. S. Treasurer Spinner to-day received in
structions from Secretary Chase to announce
that certificates of indebtedness bearing in
terest payable in coin, will be paid on presen
tation with interest up to date. Thin includes
the third of March certificates. All others
having interest are payable in coin. No such
significant illustration has hitherto been given
of the remarkably cony condition of the na
tional finances, as this proposition to pay off
debts before their maturity; and to atop the
interest in coin.
The Third National Bank of Cineinnati,
Ohio, seal to-day made a permanent depository
of the U. S.;Treasury. It deposited its bonds
to-day, and is authorized to receive permanent
deposits to amount of three hundred thousand
The strike among the laborers on the Treas
ury extension to-day, on aecount of disaffec
tion with the treatment they receive from the
supervising architect, was finally appealed to
Secretary Chase, and they went to work again,
awaiting his decision.
The Navy Department is building twenty
wooden vessels and twelve swift clippers, car
rying light batteries, and eight are designed
to combine swiftness and effectiveness, and to
be armed with twenty guns of nine inch
calibre, of 3,000 tone capacity, and to be com
pleted In a year.
The defenses of Viokaburg are now in dune
of Capt. John M. Wilson, U. S. Engineers.
Letters from West Tonneasee, from friends
of Emerson Etheridge there, are accounting
for-hie late extraordinary coons by saying
that ho must have become partially insane.
Dahlgron is probably not coming home
mach butter than when he applied foils's,* of
absence, which wattgrantad lf Ids health re
The illations in Nw 'York, Massa
chusetts, New Jersey and Missouri.
Special Dlspatcbto the Pittsburgh assails.
Pan.aneLrO, Nov. 9d, 1863
We have sufficient returns from New York
State to show & majority of 20,000 to 30,000
for the Republican ticket in the State. New
York city runs 10,000 behind the *tenni Demo
cratic vote. •
In Boston the vote was small, but the Re
publicans made a clean sweep. The Demo
crats bayonet elected a 'lngle Senator, , and
very few Assembly men.:
New Jersey Lea probably swap Deal°.
The entire Union tieket at Scofbai
was elected. W. J. J
From Calm—Repotted Rentaval of the
Rebel Gem. Chalmers Rims his Com
mand—Capture of t he First - Menus=
(Loyal) Regiment. -
Ctrs°, Nov. 2.—The . stoimer Anderson,
with two hundred bales of catiN, and Mem
phis dates to the list, has arrived. A report is
currant that the, retail Gen. Chalmers ill re
leived from his eorensand;rind that Gen. For
rest we. appointed bilis dead; Ms also stated
that Forrest has -received instructions from
Joo Johnston to burn ail the,consti , that is
within the limits Of MI oolorritat
Corinth, dates to the 290 -state that the
First Alabama- Cavalry „..regfatent“ (loyal ) )
about eight hundred atebagoserelOnt recent
ly to destroy. the. railroad eonnutinleitleariear
Tallow* but were surrounded ,biA,
superior force sad most of thetnirinitapirold.
miumsAlmethi peawn.
EOM!, o'clock,. p. m.—Addi
tional return; indicate-that the Republicans
have carried .3fasantlinsetta -by. a larger ma
jority than was anticipated.
Bosvox Nov. 3-3 p. m.—The rote in this
State to- day was comparatively small, but the
Republicans have made nearly a complete
sweep of everything. In Boston the complete
vote for Governor foots up as follows An
drews 8,321, Payne 3,6o3—Republiran gain
on the vote of last year. It is doubtful wheth
er the opposition have e!ectod more than six
representatives to the Legislature, and they
will probably not elect a single Senator. Last
year the opposition rote was 84,000, now it
will hardly reach 30,000. Outside of Boston,
we don't hear of the election of a Biagio oppo
sition representative. It is believed that the
Senate will be unanimously Union.
The Election in New Vol.
Nee - Tong, NOT, 3.—Tho Erpreat says: If
the vote in this city be any indication of the
vote in the State the State has gone Repub
lican by an emphatic majority. The vote
here is light, and the Democratic majority will
be reduced from 8,000 to 10,000.
Dtrroto, Nov. 3.—W. G. Fargo, Democrat,
le re-elected mayor, by about 800 majority,
being a union gain of 900. The returns from
the State, so far, show ti conaidemolo union
gain. Albany city— union. 4311; Democrat
ic, 8239—union gain, 403.
Troops at IV asitinglon to be sent to
the 01-eld.
WASHINGTON ' Nov. theraLle-bodied
troops under Oen. Martindale, the Military
ilovensor, are to be relieved from duty here
and sent to the field. Their places will be
supplied by the In valid Corps. The 157th
Pennsylvania has already been reviewed and
will leave to-day.
San Francisco Money Market.
Stir FRANCISCO, Nov. 3.--lioney Is abund
ant for regular business purposes at the usual
rate. Operators in money and stocks find it
more difficult to 'make negotiations, being
compelled to pay high interest. Atlantic car
reney exchange sells at the rate of 38(aellil4d.
Legal tender., twenty, at 73.
Wisconsin Election
111Lwa.uuna, Nov. 3.---Tbo city of Milwaukee
gives Palmer, Democratic candidate for gov
ernor, 1000 majority—a union g ain or 2200.
Scattering returns show large union gains . all
over the State. Lewie P ) majority
on home vote, is estimat,l at 15000.
Bleaehery Burned.
Bostom, Nor. 3.—The es tensire Bleacthery
in Somerville, owned by tf. Snow, was nearly
destroyed by firo lost Light. Lose $25,000
insurance small.
Arrival cif a Prize Steamer
• PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 3.—The price steamer
Jupiter from Nassau to Savanah, captured
September 13th, in Warsaw Sound isy the
boat Cymerone, has arrived bore.
The Missouri Election
Sr. Lofts, Nov. 3.—At the city election at
Hannibal, Mo., yesterday, the ontire Radical
ticket was elected by two to one. M. P.
Greene was elected Mayor.
Markets by Telegraph.
.2 ay bola, Nov. 3.—Cotton dull, heavy and mutat
tkol ; for Middling C .land. Flour dull; com
mon grades heavy and 7o loner ; 5 ,4 logo 15 for Extra
k tato, 03 mr . g7 .10 for It. 11. 0., and 57 35e$8 25 for
trade brands, the market clueing dull ; no buyers of
common grade. at outaide quotations. Wllleky mom
noire action and llrm at ti0,, , ,f361*, clueing with no
sellers of Western at Ole. M Lini le heater for good
and prim° which are ...rot and in fair tpeculativo
demand; SI 31(41 30 for Chicago Spring, 51 :Akio 36
for Milwaukee elob, 37C1.1 38 for amber Milwao
kro, 51 31* for very cliolm du, 51 deit,l 44 for Itiintor
Bed Western, $l 35(413d for old du, $1 . rd tur 2liaial
Chicag o ,. Rye Ratter and ton scarce, at fl 9041 15,
Corn, acne +Ong, heavy and declining ; Mixed Woeterti
51 0601 iMIX. in attire, clueing with no buyers at out
aide ; quotation, 1113.1 51 Oa idiom.. Oats lower, with
moderate Linde.. et stagsi!..? fur Wealern end Staid,
clueing at inside quotations. pork mote active and
firmer; 515:.041, 75 for Moss and 516 75417 On
for Now do, closing firm ut rho hater price; $ll 334
1210,) for Now Polar and $t 1 .2 , 24111 tin (or New Prime
Mesa. Baron bide. no lig and very firm; City abort
Ritd,ddr. t r,i.wig Cot ale, Lard doll and
huai) ,
PHI , \n+. Flour Ono 3,341)
Id, at sr, $O, ‘Yle. t quid; ode. bu Bed at
$1 1.41 p 3, awl White at Pt GS I 3 on. Corn dull;
ask. 3,0 u, ru Yellow at $1 irogal OTi and NVlnte $1 twt.
Pork brut ]Loan ette to 2a. Lord Ilrua at 1l1,;e.
Cole.. dull. I'm rr.l,ilrtz dull and I...wide-I. hlsLy
dull; Ohio 6111t:,4 ..le..
DAL, I Noxt, Nor. 3.- -Flour Itt!nel. Ohio Superfirw
Wbtaot quiet . Southern! awl $1 :&III6IL Corn
dull; Yellow $1 teagl-06. Whisky dull; Olklo MOM;
New York *tort and Money Market.
New Tone, Nor. 3.--Iluney meth. and Ctn. at i•
St..ling dull, Gravy and nominal at 160 ,9160%. G.ld
dull and without decided change, opening at 141,74,
advancing to leGbi, and chnlng quiet at 146%.
Government Siecla quiet. U. S. gs, 'in; coupon/.
1013:161. 1-Yvar Cereitient. lial. 1 ',only, ;.at re
107 Y,
Stadia rather butter but quiet. •
C. T 11e4, ii Hudson 123(3,134
tl..t C 111 4 ginarlenn _lO7
C. it P lli.' i Beading lin
In. Ctn. Scrip Lotilll. S. gi'd . __Aso
M. S St;4 l P., Pt.-W. a C.......... S 4
.11. C 1tr. ,, ,,. N. Y. ‘..' ..... -.... ..... —1374.
Irk 10.4 7 1
, 4
New York Cattle Market.
Now Your, Nov. 3.—Th. Cottle Market has beck
harder for Drovers than last week, and though vow
of our rate, and the overage of all the miles. are 11
trifle higher, it Is owing to larger ermined of Ara
class animals. The decline of Ilonday afternoon and
Tuesday morning have bronght price. 'back to the
closing Wes of last Tuesday, and in mme instanom
even lower. The number taken by the Government
agent war about 175 head, a Inejerity of which it woe
estimated would inVerau to rut: Primo lie;tvy Vents
are scarce and in good dememl, and firm. Sheep and
Lambe—receipts quite large, loony being left mor
from Saturday, and with an unsettled busitanse for
Pelts; therewne considerable intim.. at the opening.
Landes arc also lowrr. fits, e: , , 414133% fir Inf.
Car and Onamon, .5(3534 for Fair to (Pond, fet,,irg*,
fur Firm Clam; a very tio Choir. Extra t o t.
°nage G. Lambs will range frcon S 3 Csi to Fl SO for
infa t ior, 54 nu to S 4 50 for CurrIMOU to Goal, Choler
letsls:lou4S SO, the average it lb pound ranging from
L.% to 7c. -Receipts of Se ino here been uumually
large, completely filling the pens, and many yarded
outside; the market is esti to he very dull, miring in
• difficulty befteen Killers and Packers, and prigs
ore braver and henry. It,eipt• of Beeves 6,00;
Cows 116; Veal Calera 1,07 , 1 Sheep and Lambe 1,115;
twine 36,V.3.
WANTED.-460 A Ntorern.—We want
Agent. at AGO • month, expenses goad, to .ell
our Everlasting Abseils, Oriente/ Burners, and thirteep
other new, useful and curious articles. anis
sloe eent Jive. Address,
sel?...3mdeerf dILAW h CLASS. Biddelbrd, Us.
A GOOD wear.nousE.
Situated In a betaintre portion of tho city.
Enquire at 12G SECOND STRUT
WANTED.—A good pair of wen broke
/LULEA, of medium else. A pply at Rope
Warehoner, No. 67 Weiler street.
GIRL WANTED—One who under ,
Wanda cooking, and other betide-work, - Ad.,
drew BOX 301, City of Allegheny Beet Of with
reference as to qualifications and.charactor. teo:tl
TT RAM; one vhb hem ptsetlCAl knowledge,
end can =newel* recommended:
Adams, BOX 624 e Poet Olnoe.,
The Old Merchant. of New York. 2d atrin.
The Blackman; his antecedents end hie genius:
&Idly Tlnktre. Weir. By Mrs. Wood.
Eleanor'. Viatory. By Min Wadden.
Our Old ROMP. fly Nathaniel Ilroxihorne.
Gala Days. By (Jail Munition.
The Amber Gods. By 21iss Prescott.
Agenda's Method of study in Natural lllstory. :
newt and Cr..- By Mre. Oliphant.
Mendelsahon's Letters from Italy and Switzerland.
Loves bum the Diary of an Army Surgeon.
The Light and Dark of that Rebellion.
The Vuung Pierson.
Gbentelguotat lorm—a Thought Book. By J. Mmes.
The Chtldren's Garland. Arranged by Coventry.
The Golden Treammy of - Song. and Lyrics.
The Dead Shot. A now book for Sportsmen.
For sale bir MAYA C 0.., IA Wood artist, ,
STRAYEL—Frotu the residence of the
undersigned, in, Penn toornalp, Allegheny
connty, on the 27th Ott, O"E 'PROWS' FILL=
rising year old. On ewe iospoctlon, win
ed with grey hair. No ynrmltient mob- risible.
Any Intonation lending to her recovery w 0 be
renewably rewarded by addressing the undersigned,
White Ash Pont 011ie., Allegheny marry.
ne3liltribiltwT JOSEPH STONER.
- • -
Drow.a...wsr PLTIEILIC.
Ito. 89 DIAMOND STREET. Darrnosau. •
. . -
Acknowtedtrnmrts of Dcwur. DePnitioDi.gid
darlte taken. Min, Dead., Xortgagis o Axj,kries .of
Amen:tent, Losses eidlegit Papas, at ivory kiild;
written. . • . ,
IV:_. - DAS.ll,Uncruzqx :I`..tium,No.!
'l4-Bwrantral STREtT;4III. clinp:
.for cub 14:0 inTrolt 'BUTT • FOR t.201:0AE8t...
"MARE. eta.oo4aZS.I3I.3.CItCLOTII BUM Ift.3§.:
k e
itat el* nuyle in - ti . 9 - glvo . .
• -o.l l 4 l Votintifi; :' :
1e2g:201 4.`e. 111. saiiiissaftrik,
12BndrtN oaf kos,
n m:, niic varaogn
Therivel'aentismed to swell stead/4.a
until yesterday morning, when it Gamete a t,arud
lost 'oozing tiro pier mark indioata nearly fo fiat
and at a stand. The general Impreislan le t wdll
no mare water anti! we ham mans tabs, =Me
still .ntertain hopes that there will he a second rite
in the Allegheny, es heavy rains or. reported tuber,
fallen at the head-water at this strewn, The weather
yesterday WILT cloudy and warm, and early to the
morning there wax considerable
Where was s little more activity manifested at the
levee yesterday, though there le still room for im
provement, Oar stearaboatmen are !Imitating about
what action is boot for thorn to take order the
ctrcumstances—e hether to "pitch in" =deo out
with a light trip, or waft far tort water. Oa the
prosent stage of water, it le itopowildel for any of our
Ilteamets to takeont anything like a full Cargo, yet
our.rivennen do not relish the hies, of waiting Winch
longs's, as mums of theis Orie that friwallog.up-tini
Is near at hood.
Cept.lll. A. Knox, of .ths United Butes gunboat
4 .SMVil^taltac4l to ths'olthiaintiPPk Banc roillin"
is now home on leave of absence. Capt. Knox baa
Leon in the service for eight month., and his manor
oni friends affil bi glad tolearnthat he enjoyed good
health daring all the time he boa been attached. to
the Navy. , •
• Is Willhesebn byhtf t steamer
apt. Geo. Ifod"iiii lesitrinincediO Lava
for Cincinnati this evening.. Bang of light draught,
and InT.ltimge of careful and sklilhiladilliers, this Ihne
picket will go through with disliatch.
loch and Bunton are associated uagether In the teas.
The Zanesville picket •`EuMnit Graham," Will prob..
ably arrive bore on Monday next. The Courier of
yonercksy ea.!' -
The steamer lone Powell. Capt. Darliaton, will
resume her regular trips to Marietta and Parkers
burg, on to-morrow (Tuesday,) morning. We are
glod to be able to male this notice. We look for a
' brisk trade on the Masking= river, arid our Mem%
ere will he all on It in • lbw days
The following ße= env from the Cincinnati Cone
menial of Monday
The Lent Leotl, and J. T. Stoekdale from Pitts
burgh.; A J Sweeney, from Wheeling ingons. and
Cour°, Not from Emmy= River; Miami and Crick
et No I and 4, from Big Sandy; Fanny Mellon:de,
from Marlette; •Nettle Martoper, from Gallipults;
Swallow and Aurora, from Louisville, and Jesse.,
from Memphis, comprise the arrivals. The Emma
Boyd for Pemoroy: Carrie, for Louisville:
for St. Louis, and C Md., for Calm, include th e
departures—lll with fair trips. Tbs. Arcola No "air
due from Pittedirgh.
We undoritand the steamers Capt. .7 Brlckell,
J II Ohmura, and A J Sweener have teen taken for
Government service, The hettio Hartopee went
down le Aurora last night for a load of Govemnient
hay, delisarable at Coviugton. Capt Lew Bates ar
rived hero yesterday from the wreck of the Lady
11t1a.012 recently conk in White River. Ho rocoverd
ell the machinery, cabin furniture, ie., which he
brought to Memphis.
The Grnette of the same date nye:
Bide were Invited yesterday by Q M Swig/A, for
three light-draft Geezers to enter the government
service, boats to and labor, &a-, the government to
Sod fad. Six owners responde d, and contracts were
awarded to the J N Gillman and Navigator at. 8175
per diem. The Herta.* is already to the service,
and left =terming for Nyanza, and it is probable
that other boats will foltuw. The prison-snip I B
lord lea moiled from her old moorings at the foot of
Male street, and now lies at the foot of Broadway.
Tim Looisvii is Demo.. of Saturday nye:
The river at this point commenced swelling yes
terday, and during the day it rose two inch., with
two feet eleven inches water to the "renal Wt eve
ning, by th e mark.. The ri. at Portland will amount
to b all a foot. The weather has been Very disagreea
ble, it having rained all day. If the rein has exten
ded . terse pituborgh, we may look for a coalboat
The UnserOhio, though falling, to yet In ■ Tory
1 ,04 nooigable; condition, and soots of the large boats
are enabled to ron.
thalamus on tbewharf yesterday, war exenedtmay
dull. Mc arrivals and d•pnrtnres ware bat few out
eule of the boat. now in the, Goeernment employ.
Capt. Pink Varble's new meal= for the Cumber
land river trade. I. nearly completed. and will be out
Ins short time.
Capt. Newton tiobizton, tato of the C. D. Miner,
hat taken command of the Navigator. Capj. B.4atzsr
hat told ht. Interest in this steamer to Admiral Gib.
ton, at tho rate of $35.000 for this ant/to boat.
The Evansville Joinstal of the same date amp :
The steady though gentle rain that ham LOAD slag.
Thcoulay niAk ha. inspired 'ace hops on the tort
of steunkostmen, and there la great roszlety to learn
whether or not the rain le general and extends op
the river. The river hero had then nine loch*. 1*
to 4 o'clock lest evenlug. Oar ltupresehm la that the
rain ft general, end that it it the commencement of
a "big thing" in that line.
Asuong the txtuesperia at the Lending )citten.lay
the Ella Faber, one (bribe eleven sternwheelers ou the
river. She area recently purchased by Capt. 4019
Gilmore for ild,ooo. Herommands her in ;swoon,
end has Jest cause to he proud et his new craft. She
I. only about ten mond:mold.
MONN/NG, Nov. 4th, at 10 o'clock,.wlll be
.old at the Comm,•rcial Sales Roams, 65 Fifth st :
5 Cheats Black Tea;
5 Chests Orden Tea;
19 boxed Government lowa Coffee;
3 barrels IC - 0. Mohissesa
4 Garrote Mackerel , :
3 Iritta Mackerel;
10 barrels Herring;
12 boo.. Cur,rante;
• 10 boxes Cheese;
12 boxes Assorted Spices; •
10 boxes Family Witilivor Soap;
4 lose Pearl . l3Ara
5-Dose. Best
.02 McILWAn4E, Auct'ra.
ToßAcco AtCTION.r—On WEU
NESDAT NORNTNO; Nov. 4th, .t 10 o'clock'''.
mill be sold at th. Commercial Sake Stoonm,44 Fifth
10 keg. Virginia Twist Tobacco;
3 Salt boxes ComadlntCuttaccxo
boom Natural Leaf Tobacco;
1 barrel. Cut and Dry;
I keg. Allicaba Snuff.
no 3 DAVIS 0
ItcLLTVALNE, Anti',,.
MORN' G, Nov . . 4lb, at 10 Weiriek, 101 bieeld
at the Caramarcial•dalra Boom 54 Vitth area, a
of pare Alquors, marrlaiag
.4 barrels Old Ilya' Wbbary;
4 barrelaoll.l Male Whisky;
Is mum Contd. Bounkmax Brandy;
it Oall.bis Old Genalna Holland Gin.
no.l DAVIS k 31c.I.LIV.A.INE,Ausers.
(le& Butler at New Orleans ;
A liktory of the Department of the OW in the year
11162, with an acoonnt of wha capture of Kw Or
and • aketrh of the previous .4:aim of Obi
• Getters', civil and military. By hats PAltrort,
author of •• Life of Andrew Jarleon." "Litho,
. . .
Aaron 80n.," etc:
Mr. Parton has bad the bat yessible facilities !be
the preparation of this look, Incladini fr ee amen to
official. dominants. no captors of Nsv Orleans;
andtleneral Butler's administnition thersaorat the
most brilliant epoch In the.prostait war,and.tlueee
who are acquainted with M. ParWn'e previous wvirkil
will antleipate • volume of hammiest interest. It
will be ready early in November, forming one octavo;
volume of about 7CO pages: ;Poke, lti clotladtiding,;"
$2 00, BLOM( Baoyazas,,
11l RI:STORED t—Jnet published, Ina sealed en. ,
im ice d ll it ix am ee . l .
azzo F Lec tf on the Fatm ..e !
Sending Weaknites,"liiireltintiry 'llinibedef* &anal
Debility, and Impnifments -to Marriage generally;
Nerrimaineae, Grattunp,llan, Fldbepay and Fite; 'den
tal and' ranalling Dom. Seat.
Alone, dc, by Itorr. J. Ccraireserard., 1f D., arab.%
of the ~ G reen Boob, Fe. "A Darn tel Thousands of
Eitiffintettniwitit .nraler aeal,./tria plain onvalopo, to;
any addnen, poat-pald, on receipt of at: canto or two
pottage damps, by DR CH. J. 0. KLINE, -
*L I g7 D"" 17 . 3.. ""! T. 9 1 1!.. !c'!" . ° 2l / 9 * 4 6 85.:
' •
1864. • DIARIES‘' 1864..
•large axsartra ut of POCKET AND COUNTYIS6'.
110 TARIM; Err 11434-Au psper, - Eet cleft;
TOM in imitation Turkey, -la Turkey Iforeem—:
witligllrodass God with marble Wipe—mitt tucks,.
paularclaape and elude fastertiege. All algae, boa tke communed. to tke'very iar gale a?,
reaeouable rates by
• Nr3u G. JOILNITON a 01.-stitimis;
oelegSaw-errez _ • ISTWocal strear..
cl r ELlttati W PORCH. ,
eneritl Ctaraiussion Nete.hatit; . :
- : Nrw .
aircoxslGnurami tiezzesitk -- -
Mpsati.s 8 Jurat to 6 ihttabwth ;
R. O. Kr.44,-4 Pe., 'Waits
C 0 1D1188101 , 4 GOODO.—rNow in•store
Iwo Ppliggen
, • tbest,untr: • ' _ .
'BO, 'lllelibrslititor; '
600 •Wlifte flsr • '
ttirOuticwhest.llatui, • "
100 " Ear Corn:
12 ," "'"blaa
' ', • ';
"%• ' 'tail yea! old'qunitii'
I.oo4oten , Olney Brootyr, ' J.
10 box** par. Cider:
'• V oo l ,o oo , l B l l acked 10 4 11 ri. , • •
;Atli r • tOrqukco.,
101IGHTS , FOR I A VALUABLE. PAT ton, SALL—Miantsetttrarg. AtgMe or`
itsttellistbis forILAKICA'S LACIT. 91.011, RUM.
,Csa,bisossi with OrsiAltost ; its: r
Toes all ttesk to its tsircir., • _
ps'esetibltios tor short Usti soli. '
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ft.. of ledeotery bald% troabied s Ith viefdt
sm., {Amanda. palpftatkok of tha heart, lack of ay
prate. dfstresa after eallAg. torlaa cotredlah
tkay de. deserve to =Ayr at thq affd cot the
PLANTATION nmpr(4, --
Which are now mcninnendiid t tLi higbeitm edl n 1
antharitts, and warranted to produce an iwaieficto
betwacial ant. They are exceedinaly agreeable
paribetly pima, and trail sapercede all 01181r..t0010
when a healthy, gentle ettninlant l regsdrod.,
TkaT ooh drirtgthen igka.blAreas•
mats a bialthyappetitac "
They are an antidote to clasper watarandiilat
They arecomme efreetanf !Leap atta nand late heirs.
They strengthen OM System and a lvs tive
They prevent inimatiaths sad intartnitient fevers
They purify the breath and &tidily of the lama 01.
They cure Dyspapala and Constipation. -
They me Cholera and Cholera Korbm.
They cum Lbw Complaint and Ferrero Headache.
They make the weak strong, the languid
and ate extuuseid natant great restorer. They are
osznpoeed of the celebrated CalLaya bark, sinter•
man, maimarrae, toot* and. herbs, all premiered to Bt. groin 'Luta. rot—partici:dam spa
C110:1111= and tattadand. around each bottle.
BMW, Of imposters. Famelue every bottle. flee
that ft has D. 8. Bantu' elgeatore on our pulsate U.
8. Stamp mar the cork, with. pintatiou ecanaomd
era firm alitudare on • Om steel plate eursettig on
side labet, Be. that our bottle le .aot. refilled - with
epuriatis'and deleterious stuff Ws defy any 01111E41
to match,the totem: character of onr.,gooda. Any
persott pretending to *ell Plantation }littera by the
rant or 'in bulk, Ls an blip:air. Wall, only to
our log cabin bottle. Any person. haltadisitail.
bottle, ScrealUng any other material theintn, whotber
called Phintellos Bitters or not, U • critubsal nptlr
the U. B. Law, and will be . .. prosecuted {tie
.already ham our eye on te. pittles re.tillrog our
bottles, An., who will immeed in getting tlins44.4.
Into close ousters. The demand the Drob."g
tatter! : Bitters' from ladles, clergyman. LabraintP•
la, I. perfectly Imutsilble. .Itio - simple teal of •
bottle to the mtdetwe we prownst of then: limas and
imperlority. They are sold by itU respectable San:p
ests, grocers, physicians, hotels, steamboats end
country storm .
P. H. DIL&S.S. 8 CO.,
Z"* . . Broadway, N. V
Ma., tor sale wholes:4a aa rsbal. by
Owner Smithfield azd fourth lamas
a & K. SOLLMAN, C.......r.
afer7lerig Maki d Ce.. Beedeste.)
The only Vinegar •warded with • Prise Model, of
.:10y cchlblers at the Intnastional SYLitiuten
imldoo. For ads try.
F. M. moLLniAN.
Dr. Ludlum's Specific •
I. the only reitsble remedy for &wawa of aka organ•
of generalize. h is the discovery of en eminent
PlaysLiao whom 116 erne demoted to the treatment of
Me di. of dlssiaoa, 0,4 with Ithrtret sdatited opc
east, Ra more than twanti para. It la pertectlun la
teat requiring nu Injection., •nd &filling entirely
them the mistaken
leleera r
nompoundo Sd to the public. It is entirely
Szetabls end pertstay *S. It esti Ms a chats.
and Imphts strength end r !gut cso the diasord
CavrioN.—The groat =MOO of dad rOtaedi brief
renting permanent enrm has led to .1 ta being imitated
by unprincipled 61011. °benne, there/bre, that the
stipiatta• of the proptiati!r ix monad shah bar,..torm
other la gentttnit :Prepired only by
Salo Praprlstor, Cluelinatl, 0
Sold by •4 Druggist& Price. II per box
imr Tar NIL At whotoudo by OSO. H. SAMS&
140 Wood amt.
Tfe wolOrstipto4 timid omptottely ask attention
to tho proplrottork known as
• Ear AII Throat andlting Complaint..
The great Nisn's Shessmstle, Head Ache, Topth
sebe,"lsus of Nieepousl Genena Nervous 'Remedy
Also for the Palos to Monthly Iteustrpations a per
The smelt perfeet
,torm of Wiwi,' ever than to ;the
publie v irldeh neverrequire mon than hoe metal
dam Autos. for • does, set vithont the Wert gilplag,
gold riot todtgestlea, Divines, Itillortmerei Lire,
Complaints, t'llee, Worms, and ell derseieetelete of
etomich or hotels. _
The &bon preparations, of unbounded *lCl
team In lime Dagla6d,tare the madden= of, and
as riatal Dy, peat ontribtre of Physlcbtai, and at
peke& within rescherf all, an vorthp the attettitten
of ttivallda r who will Ind them a strict onifonalti to
nattint to medbdos. • 'Without roanting totha coin •
tuba method of coltqw of ndyertleing, I word& set.
emWrito. to tat Dom, wlikh will be maned, _
AMU,. 8171rZiEWELL. PrOprbitor;. _
Chindirt, Patton, Mam.,
Tar MU by all whideialiazid Teta dealers.
The greatest del: rot eorr&Tchilenoe solicited:
'Dales of 'toed rifferente& supplied on conuirunion.
• Deride In• Ptthbrrth sr retail by
G. IP Dolan M. D.Oorerdsllezalagl 1.11.611001111 y
Jes.,Drown, M. D, W. 3. Minna unt
D. A.,7AMMInKV. &
oel&lniordawlf Wholesale danitte,DitteberVlY---
Lvqll . ol/FAIII norrgzsgsg
.P 11.14 'AND PfICZNIX
'TioNit•arok;aB 4T• mW beei
Ibr 0. pc* of thlrfr 'and i*.rqg
hon.' maincidik s,.logh eluer I Q , .r,z* r i of
Mr &bey for the I xtraorAtnary =alto. properties
lb* LIFE MIA to CialinfetroNlicihspepilt,
111113na: and Wier - Areal:am Pile 4 Ithealeallam,
Paves ead'Agowl; bbettoate Tiffd - Lae - tAs, 1'61411 rat
derativaleata of health. have Invartkhif.iiviad
a certain and, Agarody y.. Biagi* trial vat
plaortha Ltk Pi* birev74t.biitach:of oaxeritltlau
talhiertbiallett Otivavy *eat "
HITS zas .111 ha - teed e4ev11 . 7
esersoos tipat 'cilia of Norte= tishilitya **et
Oa, Headarla, thealekosee Widen, to femaleedAgel
kale bael4hi egid every kled of. ,waalt?eee
41 1*Ijebriffam
Thiarid'inily by, AYD.REiCaNpi.I4OS.
Stutter ferias moo or racioti - prOirictor2tl4Vira.
)1 °
- " t i ,t 7. 1.41 ' Was BBOATIVTAT Virr. oefifiabvidateri..;.
, rrstawcz or AN /STALL% pabliabod
'hi fits liebibt avail Orantleig dud= to imuig
'lnn * l4 4 Pffir. / 4 ,*" 2, Pebillibliebutturo
' Djesi 01 /feta 4 ,V 4 7. 0 405 1 4;at it 6 time hone;
he mew Worm itiOnowtis? - hisilue44n s de
alba being put to mak ad 1 4007 thrcalib
°WI ' 2 4 10 0 2 4' packenr. ,f •
.4#7 4 nr- 1 9 4 4.4194: 4 •10114adftatit excliereo4o6 ,
4opbb may bi bad tettbrattlbor.
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