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FRIDAY MORNIN4..I.I*:::.:NOV. 20, 1368
CITY AND SUBURBAN
From Yeaterdife Evening Gazette
_ --Battery A; at Erie.
The mew of Battery-'d, who_ have just re
turned' from Erie, sneak very freely of the
iridifferent treatment which they received at
that taco. They bare also solicited the pub
lication _of the following letter, which will
explain itself :
. Prrrenusam, Pa., Nov.lB, 1963.
Editors auras : Contrary to my own
wishes, but at the request of 111 r. Gilson, ad
ded to the - milleitation of the members of the
Batit.qi, I. the "ftecompuing letter at
yoartiipoial: L. li. B.
Ilitaraltrass, Perrestinan . Ilarricar
• Erie, Penn's. , lter.'lT, 18 63 .
Mu. Wm . Grzeoz—Beariliri !laving received o en
from Myer General Brooks to that effect, I shall,
with the members of the Battery, leave Erie to-mor
row at 3 o'clock a. and before doing tiO, beg to
thank you for your kind attentions to me and the
men °lvey command during our short slay bore.
At the same time allow me to say, more In self
vindicationthan otherwise, that had' •the men re
ceived from other citizens of Brio the same courtesy
extended by you and the Bev. Barre. Lyon and
Spaulding, my politic:r as oommanding dither would
bare been fir more pleasant. But there le no deny
ing the fact, that upon our very entrance into the
- city the men were poi nted at and taunted for com
ing here where there .ties no danger." This, as a
matter of cause, Incensed the men and rendered it
notnewhat difficult• to enforce a very strict discipline,
Inasmuch as the men bad not boon mustered or sworn
into either the State service or that of the General
Government. Further than this, the gieater num
beta GM men were without uniforms, and cense
=could, if so disposed, buy whisky at every
In the city, which toe limited extent was
given to these who otherwise could not have
Wanton, here without pay, in part rnthout uni
forms, and, ea wo felt, without thenks, ea. Most
which see mod 'appreciate, the itialiaLa cl .111..tior Geneeei
- riscob, and a few honorable exceptions amongst the
Mittens; feeling myself somewhat acutely on this
point, I have been the more disposed to excuse eldight
measure of laxness In discipline, provided that the
Men were ever in readiness fectiuty.
Bet, while admitting this, I must, at the some
time, say that ter disopline In a - number of Camp
that I have known, bas been costidered tertafood die-
°inane; a little singing and dancing on, the third
floor of a building, at times during the day, may be
&slight annoyance to those occupying roomsbetiestb,
but to camp, if noticed at all, it would be encouraged
rather than _reprimanded; and be pleased to bear in
mind that this singing math dancing occurred during
rho day and not aster "taps" at night.
Feeling under obligati°. to you for procuring us
the hall we occupy, I mast begyrou to,pay no bill for
damages done the building; since, AS you asente me
yourself, the entire damages- could be repaired for
lees thaws dollar, Instead °flab • times that amount
and more, as claimed by Mr. Mullin.
The mere damaging f raithig of what was by
the men considered bate mule,. remnant of a nor
.lesed stairway, is but a small matter, and when I
reported it at headquarters, a. I did. I wen told the,
the city of Erie would be glad to pay any such bill a..
that if ally CILLYS way eamemptible tuoup4 to made +4.
We have heretofore paid from our own fund. dam
ages done to private property by our her, or men,
and should gladly have dorms° in this histance'had
not Mr. Austin manifested suchan'entire absence of
I may Judge wrongfully, but with my present
knowledge most consider him simply ,eseemprible.
and have endeavored to treat him accordingly.
I —wan thank you mad Bor. Mr. Lyon and family,
Ihrr.lfr. Spaulding . , and a few other gentlemen, to
whom you were kind enough to Introduce me, for
their court...one attentioror, also outecially, to thank
the members of the Union League for placing at our
disposal the we of - their Beading Boom. Trusting
that at tame future time I may be able to weleotne
pon at:Pittsburgh, and In tome mtaburr return your
kindness, Tnm, respectfully and truly yours,
L. H. Fl nets,
Lieut. Comd'g Pittsburgh Flattery A.
Low Price of Fresh fleet,
Dating the put few days large quantities
of country cut beef have been offered in oar
markets, and as soon as the weather becomes
sufficiently cold the amount offered will bo
greatly increased. The prices rule.very low
—south holders offering fore-quarters at two
cents per pound, and bind-quarters at three
and a half. The meat, however, sold at these
figarea, was of an indifferent quality, lacking
fatness. A better quality brought two and a
half cents for fore-quarters, and four cents for
hind-quarters. These are at present the rul
ing fi gures.
The farmers throughout Western Pennsyl
vania, in consequence of the failure of the
grass crop, and the high price of toed, will be
compelled to kill off large numbers of their
stock cattle, and sell timer at whatever figure
they can get. They euross afford to feed them
through the winter. This will throw immense
AttarrllthU.7.ithierit into the principal markets,
and prices will role lower than for many years
put. It is true,much of this beef will bo bat
indifferently iateneri o but the rates will be so
extremslylow that It will no doubt meet with
a resale' : Those who have heretofore
been misfile to provide a winter supply of
meat,- owing:to the high prices, can afford to
lay in a steak this fall, and will doubtless take
advaiatagabf the opportunity.
—Some 'persons may be disposed to inquire
why it is that they have to pay so high a price
for their steaks and roasts, in our markets,
'since cattle curbe purchased at so low a figure.
The reason Is this : Prime fat cattle are scarce,
and command good prices. - The. butchers are
compelled to serve their 'customers with the
choicest quality, and hence the retail rates
remain about as heretofore. The best cattle
now command higher prieesi than they did
two months ',ago, and there is no probability
that the butchers will be able to lower their
Geniari Reformed Synod
The Synod of the German Reformed Church
comincrqcd its cession in this city, in Grace
church, comer of Grant and Webster streets,
on' Wednesday evening, and was opened with
prayer by Rai. Mr. Winter of Dayton, Ohio.
Rev. Dr. 'Kevin,- a Lanca ster,delivered the
r'efitisting sermon, after which he Synod ad
journed until Thursday morning.
Synod met on !Thursday morning, and
organized by.the appointment of the follow
ing officers: ._
President—Revaohn W. Nevin, D.D.
VienPresidentaMoser Kieffer, D.D., and
Daniel Zacheries, D.D.
Secrete:les-4'Bsec R. Reiter, (English,)
and 11. S. Ruetrick, (German.)
Corresponding Secretary--George W. WU
Treasumr—Mr. John Wiest.
The 13 0913 or meeting were Bled as follows:
At hires o'clock in the forenoon, and two
o'clock to the afternoon--adjourning at twelve
and at four.
0/1 motion, the following named gentlemen
were appointed alionmaittee to prepare Mal
aita/liar. the Synod:
Beir; q, Sieber, V. Gerhart, D. D., D.
Winter, Georg° W. Williard, H. liarbaugh,
DOL. - Kieffer, D. D., and Eiders H. Leo
pout and'S. C. Kieffer.
• After transacting some unimportant basilicas
,ther - B,ynoll took a ream till two o'clock.
the Tie - porter of-the PA who is usually
content to jog side hji) side with his profes
-6041 hretheen, nifide - i. grand iiineh for the
lead, on Wednesday, and succeeded In getting
a day ahead: If is column of Thursday morn
is graced with an article, as long as a
~ Faber. pencil, descriptive of the consecration of
the National Cemetery at Gettysburg. It is
gravely announced that the consecration
.flook.place'yesterday;"'' that "the number in
ittendenee was very large ;" that "most of
.fit• Governors of the eighteen States having
- lots in the cemetery were present in person ;"
that "the procession was formed in the town
of Gettysburg .yerteniny e morning, at nine
d - to the cemetery
V~lat' so enterprising a
SSeep Arafat her b just one
as the distinguished
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ColikfralF.OttE. iatOTAIOINER-- Thu ndah
, Non, 11—Judges Sterrett, Mellon atoißrown.
Court `tiet at lane o'clock, when the ex
amination of witnesses for the defettetrwas
inteafid: - •••
Julius Parasky testified that, on the night
of the killing, ho heard the shots of the pis
•toL He was about going to bed, andjast be
fore the shots were fired he beard some one
say : You:son of a b—, Twill kill you." The
voice was that of Hustler. The witness sta
ted that he was a music teacher, and was a
good Judge of sound.
Several witnesses were then called and tes
tified to the physical superiority of Knauer,
as compared with Leath.
Officer 3i. B. Hartzell was called to testify
in reference to the violent character of the de
ceased, which was objected to by the counsel
for the prosecution. After a lengthy discus
sion the Court overruled the objection, and
Mr. Hartzell testified that Kreuter was very
ferocions and violent when under the Influ
ence of _liquor. Officers Hague, Hamilton,
Moon and othors, testified to the same fact.
Jailor Small testified that he knew Hutzler,
as uprooter in thojail, and that his reputa
tion for peacefulness was bad.
Several witnesses testified that they would
not believe Kauf and Lau (two witnesses for
the prosecution) ander oath. Their repute-
Cita for truth and veracity was very bad.
Mrs. Magdalena Trimbet, aunt of the de
fendant, testified that, after Kunsler's death,
eho insisted upon Lauth leaving the country,
and that lie did not wish to go.
Bernard Louth, Sr., father of the defendant,
testified that his son was born in September,
1840, and was a little over twenty years of
agd when the difficulty oceurred. The wit
.nese was then in England, and remained there
until July last, when they both returned to
The testimony here closed, and the Court
took a recess until two o'clock.
rocs° Dian.—.A. man named John Moyer,
aged about thirty-five years, was found dead
in hisloedrai the.hemse of Mr. John Rico, in
Meadville, on Sunday morning last. It ap
pears that he was a laborer and indulged
pretty freely in liquor on Saturday evening—
came to his boarding house in a state of intox
ication and went to bed. Not getting up as
usual for.breakfast, one of the family went
tip to wakeldin, when he was found ac before
FINANCE AND TRADE.
r.1,112t, advanenl in New York, the quota
Hon to-day briar, 11.2%. Sitter, 01.0 a higher
having advanced 1. , 145. The adeutce in the rates of
coin there, has produced a corresponding result hem,
and ourleinken.are now paylnaletk4l4l for silver and
lagaibo for gold.
the New Toes Banks on Wednesday, paid Into
the Stab-Treasury in currency another instalment o r
three end a ball' million dollars. They have non. -
paid 75 per neut., leaving (8,7.40,000 still due. 'Lan
trill be no accumulation lu the Treasury, as the
payments are running very large.
The cash balance in the hands of the Assistant
Treasurer in Boston, at the dose of husinvws Novem
ber 14, woe $6,46e,818,49, showing a decrease of V 3,..
326, 572,06 as ovtopanal with the cioso of the previ
The exports from New York are at present very
small, but our Loper - mare now so hoary that but for
the heavy investments by European capitalists In
American securities the comae of exchange would be
more atlvorm to this rountry. The following will
chow the exports koselttelve of specie) from New
York to foreign ports fur the cork ending November
15th, and since January lat
1861. 1662. 18Q.
For thr Werk.....&3,052,92; 53,780,451 8•=,311.9J2
rep0rwa1_....1111,569,M2 131,548,40.5 150,122,435
Sin. Jen. I...$lll),:id,GSS in.s,ns,asa 152,334,367
The exports Mum Boston lust nest texclwifre of
spesue) mere $275,191, ogslust.F4o,27U fib for the cor
responding mock in
Tue imports were $1:41.974, against fur the
,otrt+pouding week in 1662.
FLOUR & GRAlN—Wheat Is firm, with emtill sales
from first lamb at 51,30 for Red, and 51.37(41, 4 U for
White. Barley is unchanged with limited receipts;
contione to tioute 01 51,37 for Spring, and SI,SO
for Fall. Corn is firm with a stile of 2 cans on track
at $1.12; and coo also beard of a wile of 2 Call at 51,13,
but this . u cotaldered °lore tha market. There Is
but little infinny for Oats, and the nominal quota
non by the car Load 1 . Flour is firm and we
note sales of 300 Mils Extra Family from store at
at 56,7447,00. BoawMat dour is staoly with sales
of 58 sacks at 51,00 per cwt.
GROCERIES—The grocery market continues very
quiet, though price+ are pretty well sustained. We
note small sales at 13X,(314,qc for Raw &mire; 11%
gific for Refined do; 33 to 34,%c for Coffee, and 64E;
6.5 c fur Molassea By telegraph, we learn that Coffee,
advanced 1 cent per pound in New York today, and
Refined Sugars j'ic.
RUTTER & EGGS—There is a corttitund good de
mand for Roll Butter. and we note aides of 602 Da at
Die; 40U Ms at 28c, andS Mils at 27c. Eggs firm with
sales of 3 bbls atAgfftc per dozen.
MILL FEED—Ia In setts demand, with but little
In market; sale of I car prime No 1 Mlldlluge at
I ,NI per cwt. No other eat. reported.
lIAT--Continnes very firm, and the supply it
hardly adequate for the demand; vale of 16 loads from
sines at $35 to $4O per ton.
APPLES—The demand Is falr sod the market
steady, while prices are without quotable chaayo—
ran,tng from 02,50, $2,75 per bbl fur :air to prima.
PILT--ts moderate demand but unchauged;
of San bbls from tint hoods et 52.474, .A 50
bbls from store at 32,r4
• • • • .•
CAA NBEILIMS--Very dull as ala supply is largely
in maim of the demand; no note • We of 6 bids Com
mon at 212 per bbl.
ASHES—in reporting a sale of 5 tons of Pearls in
our lam report the types made the prks be per potuid,
whereas it should have been 10e, cash—quite a differ•
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
Nor. 19—The receipts of Crude ooritione large, al
though not, as yet; up to the expectations of some of
our buyers, who predicted that there would tw from
100,0 , e, to 1:7),000 bile bar. on thistrirt water. There
fa it continued brisk demand, bowerer, and w• look
for an intpurremmitjtrat so NOD as boyars an *Slan
gy] that prices can go no tower. The salmi. to-day
compriae 2,4177 bbls as (caws too and 420 bbl. to
bulk, oa the spot, at i 23 4 Iwo bbtain bulk, to ar
rive, at 12e, and 241 hidis at 13)4e, packages Included.
There were other !mall ukt made of which Wd has.
account, at thoSaux• range of prices. Itatiosed is
In better demand, and there want pros transaietkoxe
hi bond.% but the terms weie not made public, We
note a sale of tom Obis ..1.4111U-nt - bread, on private
terms. Bennet free, I. selhnit In th• small way at
ationviormer quotations. liaptha Is .toady with •
!aloof 141C1 bids of prime ,be,dorised at iec. Tiwldlum
Is still held at lit per bbl.
The exports of Petroleum from Now York during
the three days ending on illoilnenday, one. lied,
reaching only 1.13,7f4 gallons.
Received at tier York slotolstlanomyobillcr.^4B4o
Entrterol same time tuft. 16/72.
prom tie• York gape. 16,741,60 6 " 201
Other Ports du 1;60073 3,605,:582
New York Petroleum Market.
Special Dlagatch to the Plitabutgb Gazette.
Niw Yong, Nov. I3—Crude Is Arm and At shads
higher, with salty at 24Yers2hc. Ulna also to Ganef
with sea of bonded 40@a1e on the spot, and 413 5 0
for Deemnber del very, buyers option. Tree oil Is
steady at Ulgble, and Naptha la nominal at forme:
Nov. 17.—There was a firmer feeling noticeable in
the breadstuffa markets this morulug, owing m the
advance in gold, and sellers bad the edvicebtfl•
throughout the day. Wheat sem moderately active,
and advanced MAle per bushel, with sales of No. 1
epilog at 111,01R01,08; 210.2 spring at $1,0334(41,04,
and rejected epringat inftirle. The demand (r win
.ter wheat manliest, and sales were trillggsa, 51,11%
61,12% for No. 2 red.:. Corn was not iodations DO OD
yesterday, but boldera Were very firm, and palms ad
vanced 54e per bushel. •No. 1 in dare *ld at goo
aoy v e ; itb. 2at 85480844 and rejected at Floor
la to better demand - end Draw, and on mme lirands
an adennee of ba ti<l barrel was paid. Oats mat dull
and ender with ttllva of No. 1 at 623466335 e, No.
et 60440fgc,itpdgejeated at 68c. 'lere was more
activity hi_ ere, and lb. market ruled firm at
Bade).y ina t aidet; but Wi th out material change. No.
w i t m . l si a, e nd No . 2 501t1,1f01,17. Illghwinee
were in act re demand for idgpment, and shwa 1,000
barrels sold at &lc.
, Physician to the
the ToMeting deaths
Mir; Bth and end-
14 Total 14
ere : fever, 1;
1; hot:tonnage of
setobral disease, 1;
Wool, leak Foreign and Domestic have n;l4 quiet
eireeo the public sale of loot week, atonah a very fine
tone pervades the market. and seller* hava_tbe ad
van** so far as &drab& lota ars eoniserled. Sup
plies of Dontestto coma forward very spsodngly, than
the feet that'priees continue higher relatively in the
"fritadoe:then. bore. TA,- Imports -nfloreton, too,
arm = is y Watid . onderrs *re tostrided- la the
tiling abroad .and , . fin e tnitflons In
Oat aii4ll:tediartge. We ban, only to tab N.Wi of
li*Otidait Dititaillic "lutes: 1 4 1 Idfii.dt unto;
200 Wei qr. -41: 10 5C 1T44
Alsgs l :;:f,v , e...;-,;r . ejt;er., ,, Lf:ilr., , ,t. •
TUtrItIMAT, Naval:ober 19, 1863.
New York Wool Market.
Aulgheny, Live Stock Market.. . FOR 8.41. LE.
'jiii •-•. s9=iii - ;.tiatit . ..,:aTig , iiiiiiitbei: . - •
pm meow unmi4lly loge, ;mulling about 1500 i a 4. 1 • *l . s COURT SA.I. it— L ßLifirtae
laid, the greater proportion of which were small in- i ..; ot lf Ilt °pr of ? °JIMA"
d . at '7l ll °- 11altle o e OTI:
fader god ' , and, as always is the Mum, had to be .
forted cfy . accuremely low prices. It Is generally i a t . biut r ihi, ,
try, on SATURDAY, Nov. 28th, 18 6 3, at 10 o'clock
: to t the COURT HOUSE, to the City of Pitts
remarked that there la no demand for Inferior stock the highest and boot t:t i e!bi r titer . , , al A l . tg , i , .i i gh l t :
whatever, and the prices which holders war, for e .' . Enc. Murr7l- estate and Yurdock and liallie R. IDlr..
to accept, would barely pay the cost of transport.- dock, minor ‘ children of James and Frances Mar
lton. Our dealers here had come to Om conclusion dock, lute of the county r of o A t il° e f o l ' t n h Y ' d e
r" . ' 1 ,,, of i. ln , °
that this grade of stock had nearly rue out, but in Zurgh, b ttaiu i t:l:le f t:Land Cl i tec i . t ibed as follows, to wit. 't it::
thle they aro dieappointed, as the pens are still tilled j ginning et the southeast corner formed by the later
with this .`track" wh i ch is scwwirshir for soy poor- , eoetkin of Pre,byterlen Lane end Church slier, and
extending le front on Church en d
eoliths. artily -8
pose except feeding. 1 feet, and in depth eastwardly from Church alley,
But, seriously, we are at a loss to conjecture why I Preserving the same width of 28 feet along Kahl Pres
people will persist In eending curb dock to market, 1 b fo Y ros rer ' sr e f' y
o "be r • d e h di s ' n t° r ° . "' we L f r . %r w t ,..,,.. th . he " , ° : g a s - p g. Z.7,: i f
can scarcely expect to realise enough to I lot So. 12 in James Homer's plan of lots, (bei g the
pay feed bills, and the coat of transportation. On . come lot of ground formerly owned by Davidnflun
the other hand, good cattle meet with a ready de- !er, dtantased,) having thereon erected one two...tory
brick dwelling.home. Terms at mac
mend at full prices, and our ealesrman And It difficult CHAS. W. LEWIS.
to obtain 'a sufficient number to warmly theft. regular Guardian of minor children of James and Frances
customers. I • deceased. 31ordock
Government contractom pambased about too head,
al Pee , . ranging from $3,25 10 53,130 per cart, and
these are the extreme rates of • the market for this
grade of cattle. Good retailingatock sold readily at
6-11@4,60, and Fomo few . strictly primo wild a shade
higher. Common to fair lots 1• called at 83/33,75,
and Inferior 0 1 , 75 (4 2 7 23 -
knnesal will be found a partial lief of some of the
Marks & Co, sold 50 bead to government contract
or. of good quality. at t re; and 20 head of stock cat
tle, averaging about Me, et Ne.
Wm Hamm, sold 110 head of rough Indiana cattle
A ampbell, sold 00 head of heavy Ohio steers, no •
eziglit r g Idlo Ihs, at 3? e, and 40 head small cattle at
L ace:sold 80 head of very good Palma stock at
83 C1 .,70.
lemmalt 8 00, sold 60 bead °fake mall retailing
cattle at 2340.3).6c.
II d 31thia, .otd 60 bead of =all Ohio stock, at
2X,Er,3Y 2 e; and 30 head of good stem for C II Want,
averaging 1200 pounds each. at 51@3344.
The Hog market has been quit* active during the
poet week, and, notwithstanding the receipts were
large, the demand appeared to he telly equal to the
supply, and priors were a shade higher than last
week. There in a good eastern demand for prime
heary.hoge, and the number eold to go the eastern
markets was quite large. Some few ,of our packers
were in market, but as the weather was rather unfa
vorable for packing, they did not boy Tory largely.
Notwithstanding that the receipts of hogs are
large, there am, comperativelfjpeaking, but Cow re
ally good moo on sale, and our packers experience
great difficulty in obtaining the quality they desire.
There is a geed demand for prime heavy hogs avera
ging from 'ma to 250 the each, and all of this grade
are taken readily et $5,500 55,70. 'O
ne ne or two lot.
of extra sold at ss,ooES6,l,and we unrstsnd that
55,00 was offered and refused fora lot of 500 head this
The following is a wrroct ancount of meet of the
leading aides together with the average a - eights and
Baines sold tn Holmes Glass 124, avg'e 2CO ins at
64,90 per cwt.
Ilashonser sold to Huff 132. ar^'e 2W Ls at $4,/6.
Zent sold Quinn 101, avg'e Yin 1M at 85,00.
Temple sold to Holmes it), Ma, at 83,00.
Holmes sold to Singer 187, Ore 250 Its, at 83.80.
Holmes & Glass, sold t. o!tiger 99, aeg'e 225 11 , s, “t
Holmes o Wlsittaker sold to Singer 181, erg's 240
. Anderson sold to floe 119..10, 210 tbs. at 80 12.
Tbompaon sold to Wilson 220, ar it 'e 216 ms at b 5,00 .
Johnson sold to Wileon 111, arg e 180 IN et 84. 0 0.
Reynold sold to Boynton,. 188, arg'e 238 Rts at $5,66.
llyerly sold to Wilson 168, oviee 727 RA, at 25,00.
Henderson told to Wilson 021, avee tddlbs. at $5,00.
Louie sold to Holmes A Class, 130, arg'e 190 RA at
Holmes 44 Pfietter, sold to Crouse . 99,ostre
23011 a, at 58. 50 .
Johnston sold to Lords, 101, svg,. 180, at 84,75.
Holmes & Glass sold to Tilden t)0, aver 240 lbs. at
M*Hee sold to both 92, arg'e ZS/ lbs, ut .51"7:1.
Lance sold to Eckert 132, mere 190 lb, at $4,75.
Finkbone sold to Peril& lot, avg . ° 214 Itta, at 55.00.
Plant& sold to Earth., EA tog'. =Si the 112 $4.9.9.
Johnston sold to Wilton 199, arg'e 212 lb. at 26,25.
Hmlges sold to Wiloon 119, nog'. 240 lbe, at 55,25.
Wilton sold to Pettitt Sco 114, tog'. 2.59 IM, Al
Johnston eoldto McPherson 98,tog'e 205, 01 $9, 00 .
Stricken sold to Holm•e S Mass 1143, a•g'c 20n to,
it 1.4.86. .
Barnes sold to r hinger 100, arg'e MO, at $5.10.
Wilson sold to Huff 167. .vg's 180, at 64,25.
Holmes St PlielTer sold to Claw till, seg'r 100, at
Crawford told to Seymour 52, *Tee 240 110, at $5,4 )
Klester sold to Hunter 103, ove'e 210 the, at $.1.15.
Balms. sold to Glass 8 Sheeler 351, arg'• 2730 [6., at
Holmes d Chum sold to Crouse it Co :W. 11;'e 34 0 .
Ibn. of $5,75;
Lance sold to Holmes Glass 130, avg'e 196 rhi, at
McCann sold to Holmes S Glass 50, ergs 43 20,
Cillehrelst 5 m, purchased the following lot. for
shipment ; 404 from Tilden, ave./ Mt/ Met, at $5,55 ;
310 from Tilden, aver 274 at $5.51; xl from Wilson,
urge 5115 at $5,40; FA from Robinson, ergs MO at
0 5 ,2 5 CJ from Cele, orgy WV at $5,40 ; 121 from
Ellwanger, erg's 2.50 Me at $5,50; 2.54 from Ingerson,
avg'e 218 at $5,08 ; 401 from Phillips, ergs 300 Me—
an extra lot—at 00,10; 417 from Wilson, stvg'e 245
There were other wiles made of ad.:eh ere could get
uo actatint,. but we have given enough lo indlee!e
the true condition of the market.
There le but a limited demand fur sheep and the
market Is quiet but without quotable chow In
prim. The receipts, however, are not large, and
nearly all that were offered, found purchasers et
about former quotatione-54 to 4,25 per eat. Shirk
sold to Pratt 443 head, averaging about 90 It., each at
New York Grocery Market
[From the Commercial List, Noe. 12.]
Coffee—The market skim our loot has exhibitetion
ontumai activity, and prices within a week show an
advance of one cent 11 lb. The wants of Government
Induced a liberal offering for the awards yesterday,
and when it was tindrrstood that all the bide were
accepted, amounting to some 60,200 to 30,018) bags
Brasil—an amount equal to the whole remaining
stock In Arid hands—there was considerable reelte
ment, and a pretty general withdrawal of stocks from
sale. Our ,notations are advanced In eon/omit: to
the improvement naiad aboysa hot the market at
the close was quite unsettled, and they are rather
nominaL The telex of Rio include 4,000 bags, per
Sailer, at 12 0 % cents,• 3,600 do, per Jas.in, to anise,
32%; 2,0 do, Per Scotemati, 32%; 1,476, per Escape,
.T 3 ; 1,760, per Union, 32%; 2,002, per Traveller, •T 3%;
3,760 bags, in lots, part moles, 31/ to =/ a ; 4,6261d0.
per Jane Cargill, 1,400 do, per Ondis, and, to arrive,
2,200 do, prar sftrmelita, en terms not m ade public.
The transactions in other kinds hare also been large,
and inalnde `2[) half balm and 20 enarter do )l slut at
35 cents; .51.1 mate Java, MX,: 100 bop Ceylon, 4050
Maracaibo, 30 to 34, with come poor as low as 2.5; 220
Lagnayra, 32% to 23%, 4 mm.; and 000 St Domingo,
part 28, casts—a larger bueioess than WU been done
for a vary long time in this market, aggregating 26,-
600 bags ltio and 7,060 pkgs other description. The
!stock of Rio In the Country, as made by !drum W.
Brett & lion, Is 28,372 bags, via., 27,678 hem, and 700
Sugar—Beflued Is rather dull, and In flaw, •Lth a
very moderate demand fur horns use, tho market has
lama quite Inactive, the bunkum, king mall, but
bolder. are Arm, and prlossare supported. n. sae*
include 470- WI& Cuba ll ie r t jap i : 26 hid* and
47 bbla Porto Rico 123 , ; 76 hints fit. Kitts
My.; DU bids Ilartlulqus, 4 ; 4Ws Now °doses,
1Z I.}.'; 100 bags Mt. Donilngo, 12X 2156 ban U.
'3; and 4.01.4 bbls Crool a d, 1674417R,',
cash and l imo.
Muluata."-TM domand law [anon off, and the.
market •ho banonzia dull, Nen/ Ortratna lolng again
meta Ivy. , lb. not , . are WI 1/130411. mod I nni
Llarbadnea un private. tam.... ati Loch l'orlo lily., In
w,nu; Inn Cuba iltnantrailo, 6.46410); and 1411 1.1,1.
and In halt An. New Ur w, /jar n, 4 moo. Ily
nctl.n, Ilq Gbh. No.w ortaana isr4.2 I , t /21,9318 ,
Edward 111110 Flour rad Grata uir.
I.icv Ynnu, X., 17. rot inlnbC. lul.r. Oh.
Waned forth no now ea llnpurlant Mtn,a 11l Uw
merftut for floor oLi: Wain As Ow t 4 isev•
lumturi draw. W ite *lmo, 11.0 rwodyte Yhotir ase
oh the locrelmo, owl emus idditiny Iw tow) loot. to
atexl, In 0,44., rho W.qt, 1/4Watpt, qw
oblpupente arra/Wily Wenola iie citr.n4W, 1101,
without any Irnowninto pogip.“ Arf • F.l.ritgAg fur Ito
loam. Thur. Is • 0.1, sro and t. 4 rlrf boil
a., and for the enmity of Ito tar) nth Plmhisse, tow
the Impstry for mpm 1 to thittefol hoe tiffilmiliiol4.4
Priem lime fluctuated • ith a ofrinii.nl itudloy me.
hot, The seuer.l tons I. Mot of Prifinnte, partion.
holy Or the clot,* Westorsi and tan fpuld *l,l rlap
V_ whkdi the (red. ore nuS 0 , 41 *m aw!,
o i rVbest there I. • moderate inquiry (son mlllem
of this aid the mighhoring &film, lolether with' •
couttauatlon of Ow muimiletis• de uaed taw prim.
(aeon with tho prommt taw ram of fral•lited 0 e
high to warrant English shipment. Os Imp/ oe tool.
and the uweemeol 1. ursally nittichel, If,. is
quiet, but how hoprorod In idol. Oat. at. (nob
held at 644M0 par hush. ludlau Chien ;. uiaeulnr
In mans, hut taw hoiden, with our prmeaS 110,11141
receipt& aact Veit Winks stock, *rely," Arm.
RUSSIAN PE13131414 spwritouts,
tictwithirtending the attaelis of loglonir
cteele Voider", who aspire to the Aims ef ihni•
RUSSIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES,
Are receiving drily the trammel oretorsehiento orate
citirano. All that t naked to to olainlne all otter
then e mine the lONA&=leir
J. DIAMOND, Practical Optician,
Manufacturer of Use itnerlan PAIN* lipactaelea;
AD Mb cravat. Morning Past ISalldb2
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
Omer Mk ad Mend &rats, 1044.1 y,
GM). •. KXLLT, Propanrroa.
oPemiLING SODA WA%
darPbydelams. prooalptiono mouton, compound.
TAHNCAN, SHERMAN. d 0 1i it
J., Whoa the timed 'Sink, Li:maul:OW light,
IMlttmommp MkporPostdowm inamomol;ThcAV
emlisithad oturpowoor urobl Otis= to .
~ M r...8.111/114/0111 CO.I
at igi VAY • " Voodirtrookearnorttxtuod..
DRY (KOOS STORE FOR SALE,in
• flourishing Western town on the P. P. W. dr
C. H. 11., not over 3tX) miles Prom Pittsburgh, now
doing • large and Profitable trade. The stock is
new, and has Men selected with reference to the
country trade. Has all hen purchased for cash at
lowest market prime.
The present proprietor has decided to retire from
the trade owing to bad health, and now retactonfly
otrera thestock for rude ; also the good will of the re
tiring party. The home has • largo and reopoctoble
trade, which can be retained. The present stook
will invoice from *oven to ten thousand dollar., hot
could be reduced if desired.
Parties wishing to know the partrculars will please
address or call personally on
LYDAY & CHORPHATTINCI,
oelfrkf 69 Hand atrest, Pittsburgh,
First Premium for machine for all purpmee.
Vint Premium for machine work.
Kentucky State Fair.
First Premium for maohipe for AD gamma,
First Premium for machine work.
Perrnmimaie Sloes Fair.
First Premium for mannlachuing machine.
Pint Premium for beerotiltd machine work.
Ohio Sete Fair.
First Premium for menhir, work.
And at the following County Faire :
caitt.an. C.. (Ft) Agrinriturul Ssesery.
Flint Premium fur family machine.
Find Premium for manufacturing machine.
First Premium for machine work.
ellompfaia Valley (VL) elgrivaltunil Sod*.
First Premium for family machine,
First Premium for manufecturing machine.
First Premium for machine work.
Hampden Ca (dram) Apricugurof Backe,.
Diploma for family machine.
Diploma for machine work.
Franklin. Co. (N. Y.) Fair.
First Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufacturing machine.
Oa. (N. Y ) Agriculturai Eocista
WESTERN L.A.NDS FOR SALE OR I 'f or r nm i ly
EXCHANGE.-2,600 ecru in lowa, in tracts W as ki n grou Co. (N. 1%) p oer .
wasTiltif from 40 to =acre. 640 iMMt• First Premium for &wily machine.
In tracts retrying Crum 40 to 820 acne. 2,000 acres Co. (N. Fair. r.)
In Minnesota. 3,000 acree In the southeast port of : Find Premium for fatally ...Ain..
kilmouri ; and BO =rim in Indiana. These land, Ffeclumis`e budieses (Pu.) Fair.
have bean carefully "looted, with a view solely to First premium for machine for all purposes.
Iti'dr adverttegia, eolit end lot diiiPmed T
he Premium for trischine work.
of upon terms, for ush, or exchanged for The above comprises all the Fairs at which the
property In Allegheny county. GROVER & BAKER MACHINES were exhibited
For terms, Sic., apply to this year. At nearly all of them the leading Sewing
G. S. GATED, ''..rumercial Broker, ' Machines were in competitten.
0014 Duller street, Lawrenceville. I no work made upon the Grover A Baker Sewing
OT — EL:ibit: SALK—The prop‘trty
.L l . known as MEANOWS HOTEL, situate . elate itellr la the United ( itatn whoa it her Dean
exhibited to this date.
Fourth .heat, between Ferry .d Market st-rnm. sal.. 800 a No. 111 FIFTH ST., Pitteburgh,
The lot Is 40 feet t o on Fourth ctrect, 85 feet oc2ditaxa m wr A. CH...TONEY, Agent.
The Hued le a three story brick, 37 feet
T 3 feet. The ben. wee lively built, and Is doing a WHEELER £ WILSON'S
good business. The furniture will bo .Did with ,
hotel, if regale
fi SALE.—Tho superior Cylinder
Bogen, 38 inches diameter, 30 feet long, made
of loth Irma, wrought iron Ilads %Ahick.
almost sniped se new.
Also, One Portable Engine and Tubular Boiler of
i a to=wer, 8 inch cylinder and 12 Inch evoke.
lam bored one woll almost 700 feet deep,
and la admirably adapted to that kind of work, or
awing wood fm locomotlees.
- - .
AL; One Engine, heavy iron bed plate, 14 Inch
cylinder, 30 inclun etroks ; new, with balance valve
gorernor. Well adapted to run a grist mill or email
Inquire at H. M. BOLE'S,
corner Point Allay and Duquesne Way.
For farther putico:ore. OS to terms, Ac., logic
of J. W. BALL, No. ea link or of J. IS.
111 E. 1110 E, on the promises.
n0.5,1m00d J. B. MEANOR. 1
FL OUR I N (.1 MILL FOR 6.lLE.—The
subscriber offers for sale the ALLEGHENY
CITY MILLS, situated In the Fourth Ward, Alles
shim,' City. This well known DI OS hes boon rebuilt
lately, and contains taur run of French Burrs, with
all the Wan improved imschluery for manufacturing
the beet brands of Flour. Enjoys a accal local as
Roll no foreign custom. This Is a rare chimer for
business men, and we invite any who wish to engage
ln'a profitable business to cell at the Mill, w
terms will be made known.
oclllkimdawT J. TOEOTLY.
LAWRENCEVI.I.I.I: IMPRO VED
PROPERTY FOB SALE, Rituals on Butler
street, near the Auks of the road, a lot fronting on
Butler street and extending back to Lafayette alley,
on which there Is emoted two 2-story Frame Dwell•
lugs—one new, the other nearly en, with the neom
mry lmproeementa, all in good order. The location
for business, hr., i. one of the best in the boroo,gh.
Terms easy. Apply to
G. S. BATES Commercial Broker.
801 l Butler street, Lefirencerille.
POR SALE OR LEASE—A: large Lot
./2 In Sharpeburg, on the Pessenomr Railway, fee
miles from Pittsburgh, on which 6 there lea good
Dwelling Home of nine rooms , ales, ...sera' other
Boos., all built of hr Irk. A well of good water “1
the yard, plenty of good fruit, and convenient to
Churches and School Rouse.
For particular. address or call on
G. T. GILLIAN',
Sharpahurg, Allegheny County, P.
PeitBALE—A tiouse and Lot on Ful
l' ton street, in the Beth ward. Lot 25 feet front
and extending hack to Crawford street 101 feet. The
house is a large two-story brick dwelling, arranged
with wide hall, parlor, dining-room. kitchen end
wash hones on first floor; fire mum. and bath room
On woad floor; gas and water throughout the prem
ises; good cellar, fine yard. Commuuling a fine ties
of the riven, cities and surtvundings.
uZli. B. 1nc1....1N Fourth stre.t.
pOlt SALE -A lot of land, containing
A' TS acre.. situated 1% miles Roca Dintooat Sta.
don, on th. Pittsburgh,Fort Wayne g Chleagn R. R.
Tb• share Property 4,7,41 Utahans:l, with • g ood
young archatti of bearing fruit trans. This property
.111 la meld 'on reasonable terms.
Vol further particular. address
ac 42311. B.C. MelliASTElt, Sewickley - rills, Pa.
HOTEL TO 'RENT.
A First-Class Hotel In Philadelphia,
Ceramlly looted, wilt be to let ott . Jaboari in, Isb&
Application mad. to
noiknteod No. n 9 South &Tenth street.
VIII SALE—TWO BOILERS 42 in.
12 by ZS fee, Doable Iltosi, In good condition, "kith
mod and steam drums; firs front.
liUt3Bl,Y, WELLS it 01.
no18:1,w • Steel Works, Tiftb Ward.
98 OL T.TTIONLfie I'artnership
heretofore existing under the name and firm
of J. R. LINDSAY A: CO. is this day dissolved by
mutual conseut. All bush:tem oonneeted tr.th the
late Arm mill be settled by J. li. LINDSAY, at 96
Wood street, up stare. J.ll. LINDSAY,
J. R. LINDSAY.
I have also disposal of my interest In the firm of
J. D. t & NIAXWELL,A (b. to J. IL LINDSAY.
Nov. 9, WO. J. 11. LINDSAY.
Having purchased the interest of J. 11. LINDSAY,
to the drat of 3. H. LINDSAY d. Hardware an d
Emblems; also to the firm of J. H. & 8.
MAXWELL • 05.,Belkres Men u:ert orers, the tand
ems will coo-Unite as tumid, Hardware and Cutlery,
by J. R. LINDSAY ; Hollows, Ac., J. D. A IC MAX
Nov. 2, 11141. not.lm
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIO P.
The partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, under the firm of MULLIN,
FREW & CO., has this day been dissolved, CHAS.
LOCKHART aid WILLIAM FREW hoeing par-
ChlYelNi thi entire Interests of the other partners.
The leuslunte of the le.Oe firm will Wielded by LOCK
HART et FREW. _
CHARLES LOCH ART
A SRI( Y. KIPP,
PtitalAttgla, Augual Nib, 1163.
UAW! 1.4 , 1111.1.
LOCKHART & FREW,
Producers and Refiners of Petroleum,
sr At ALBION OIL WELLS, Penang° co.ty,
YA 1111I1.LIAN2 OIL %YOBBO, tweey'• Ron.
02122, 172 • 174 WOOD BTRELIT,
10AL I COAL! COAL I
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 14, Ilifts.
fiesiall Proposals are invited and will Ito reco vett
at this eine* until 12 a. on NOTEIIIIER
fur furitielslog coal to steamers wider charter by the
unriermaster's Department. The goal to be fur
niehod at Louisville, Ky., Cannelton, Ind., Dawes
guile and Caoarrille, Ky. Ihswaostown, 111., Now
Albany sod Scottsville, Ind., or Smithland,
The coal to be delivered fa bout., barges or Oats,
alonwilde of the olmmers, and the contractors to for.
Dish shMite, boles, de„ to load the coal on the
Propositions will also be *p0514611,11 for tarnishing
ooal delitored Into boats or barge. no Government
um, the barges being famished by the Quartermas
Contractor, will please stalls the length of lime for
Whieh Oslo proposals will bemooldsred binding, the
ittantlikel match they cutt famish weekly to Wine or
for other Cluteinment OW, stud the yrteeat each point
to he to/Tarot* stood.
Dmposals for the delivery of ls!, 0110 or more 'Kobel.
of mud, monthly, at Smithland, Ky.,WIII also bo con
sidered. This coal Is lobe delivered to the Quarter-
Waster at liy., to boot, or harp.. If In
Imola, they are to bit nandsbed Deno( nbarge to Ito,
1 1 0114,1 States; it ha bargee, tho Government to has.
lite too of then, for ('n) IWO days from time of Alt
ind if detained loaner - than thlrty deist then
lbeGoVerninenf shall pay the lb. hire of the Sorge.
at the rMe Of (113) threotnllare rrr day, commencing
eller tiro capitation of the thirty dem until lin,
beige. are intorno! again at Rtuttgaml, Ky. If Oe
barges ate retained by the Goverment until their
bin equals 14 tangling the appraised taus of the
Strillare to berouto the property e.t.a LinitA
States. Sworn Apprateements of the volts* of each
barge delivered at Stoithland moot Is Sled will, the
Quartermaster et Staithiand; aims morn mwn.e.
moot of the contents of orb burros
AU mrpotais se Ito to donliecle, wire /AN klietrat:
wira fell Name and poet .dire eadrent .1' the bbbfers.
nolikeodhl . Cott. aia Q. $l.. tr. IL AMY
ESS PORK► M -
Vnta lieu Pint to stars and M sato by .
Wholardt9 . rocara, rodaga b.Com_,lltarFliaato
ned - - 24toutily lan't,
SE Irl.ro -11.1C111-rES.
PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES
THE ONLY GOLD MEDAL
Ewer Awarded to Bowing Machines in Illinois.
These klecitinte were awerried the Highest
wao, or, all conspentors, for the Beat Fo.e ly Fenno
dfael«asa, the Beef Nowafaciurbie Ince lass, end the
Bee Mach:. Work, at the following STATIC FAIRS,
New York Hale Fair,
First Premium fur family marble.
lint Premium for double-throad machine.
Finn Premium for machine work.
Vermin! Bate Fair. .
Ent Premium for family machine.
First Premium for menufacturing machine.
First Premium for machine work.
finso Egan Fair.
First Premium for falai machine.
First Promium for mumfacturing machine.
First Premium for machine work.
kfiehimus sta. lair.
First Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufacturing mashine.
Pint 4rmuliun for machine work.
radio. 4 4o Fa*,
First minim for macaw, for all purposes.
Pint Premium for machine work.
Illinois Slats Fair.
IMPROVED LOCK STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
11W.I. proonlamo et the London and Paris DOA
tato., and at ail the Important Mate uad Meehan'
mine these machiace before purchasing
w• offer for .4.
Foote's Patent Umbrella Look Stand,
•hich toreros perfect safety to an article proverbir-ly
given to bo led astray
WM. SUMNER & 00.,
lIPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &c.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT O 1
the NEWEST PATTETtNe and every arldth, at the
Lowest Prices for Cash,
Crumb Cloths, Feltings, Rags,
OIL CLOTHS, &c.
And having parehamed for 01.118. Wen the late
advanes, we are eble to Doll at the markulsotarert
Prior, an unequalled dock of
Window Shades, Nattlngs,
OLIVER WO.L.I3TOCIE & 00.,
No. 23 rETTH'EITREZT.
Nicvv• cA.R.F.n-r STORE.
W. shall mil, dorLeg the pelmet week, at wholesale
and retell, WITHOUT ANT ADV./NCH IN PRICY,
•fait Um or
Floor Oil Cloths,
In sheets 3 to 21 feet vide,
WOOLEN DBIIGGETS AND CRUMB CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHAM, TABLE AND PIANO
COVIMS, EMS, MATS,
STALE HODS, Au.
These goods have advanced, in End hands, from
TEN to TWESTY.TIVII PEE CENT. .tthln thl rt,
days, and we are now pilling at LESS THAN HAN
lIVACTUILER'S PRICES. Our stock la almost en
tirely new, all having bum purchased within ninety
dap, for cado,At this very lowest prime of the year.
McFarland, Collins & Co.,
Rug, 71 AND 73 FIFTH STREET,
Between Poet Office and Piecatch Boildings. nolfi
NEW STOCK AND NEWEST
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Drtiggets,
SiIADES, &a, at
Ea HT TOODTH STREET,
(Ty lute assortment of all goods to oar llne e
bourlit of the lowest ;mint rembed in the Eastern
Market thla mum, end much radaced from Met ism
ocld W, D. 0 11. WoIIkiLVIIL
& M.III'STEES, BRiss FOUNDER;
. Oil VIP Orman Yirrins. Particular attention
paid to the 'Ming up and repairing of OIL REY!.
NRRIES. All kind. of BRASS AND IRON COCKS
made to .order. Also BRASS OAIITINDS, of ell
,kinde, made at the ehortart sotto,.
All onion, loft at Noe. 31 and 94 WATER STREET,
near Liberty, will, bo promptly attended to.
lEWThe members of Ibis firm'teing prat:Neale/us
denies, of many years' esperbenc• in their Mumma
will insure loess misfaction to ovary respect.
W. are also sputa for Guild, Garrison
STEAM I' for pumping Water, Crude and Re
CIIARLEB L. CALDWELL,
(Itaccesoot to June Itolmat • 0o.).
Dealer In 0100 N. LARD, BROAD 017RICD HAMS,
SMOKED RIMY, tn.,
oouNstallAlliST AND 71.118 T BTRELTS,
130 WOOD BTRZET.
J A.ASTOS 1301X"1%,1
brims trot attention of Sportsmen and others to his
oplowll4 . took of GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS.,
OASIS HAGS, POVTDEII [ASKS, SUM'
IIIiLTS and POUCHES, DRAM FLASKS, and On
munition of seers %Md. ills stock Otto lamas ever
brought to ads market. oel7
00r1101 . 4 and 224 streets,
%Abington, D. 0, Oct. 219 d, 1801.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC A G
TRIM. on the 81OND and FOUSTK WED
WISDATE. filth and 25th allows:Aar, it the Oorral
war thelraidddeoll lAssevatery, atarp los of
0011810 AND' tondo:mai as unlit tbr
public sersks. Bap to eolneassoa at 10 o'clock a, m.
Tamtm mob, la Govarnasent
yawn i 0.101310,
Ce2s* Oi4t i: me it. 4. It , r karat,.
pOSITIVE CUI FOR IYPEPSI.I.
DR. L. Q. C. WISIIAItT'S
Dyspepsia Pill and Treatment
A POSITIVE CURE FOIL DYSPEPSIA
DE. WIND AEI Lae Ovate:4l, in the past two ;tart.
lame 0011.114 thrco htmdred $4111.1 ninety pa
tients for Dyspopem, In ite rari. , us form; and in
every case where the medicine was taken as dlrectd,
It made a perfect cum. A number /Vibe above cases
had been treated by the most eminent physicians let
this country and Europe. Ile Invitee all penults f
frying from the above dinnve to hive hlm a call.
Olice and Store, No. tel NOItTII SECOND In.,
WO A T IS liltaP EP SIA ?
DTSPLIVIA ItSs Till IrOLL01•130 SYMPTOKS
1. A constant pain or vormiams at the pd of lhe
Is caused by a permanent contraction
of the stomach upon undigested food. It generally
hignis immediately, or a short time after eating ;is
often very severe nod obstinate.
2. Flatelome and steblibb—Tbeee symptoms arise
from the indigestion of food, which ferunnts instead
3. Chnimiess end laws of appatila.—Theso symptoms
aro the streets of the unnatural condition of food in
the stomach, and the want of pun bile and gastric
Juice. The stomach to ot , on painfully dim:ended oy
wind; the appetite is is:mentor voracious.
4. Gloom mai 040-onion qf morim.—This state unfits
many for the enjoyment of life, and is roused by the
Impure blood furnished by imperfect digest! r. In
Lhis stage of the dLscaso many persons to
ride. There Is a constant foreboding of evil, and au
indifference and positive Inability to perform the of-
Ines of life
a. Diorrhew.—After being at fir:4 f/1 To, the nur
tarot V afflicted with donrrhea, which in owing to a
diseased condltioo of the howeli, prtelueed by the un
digested food, which in evacuated in the same condi
tion as whoa colon, and of worse given uo strangle
to the system.
6. Pixies in oh ports oty tha sposm—Aries fens the
action of impure blood upon the nerves. They lei
felt chiefly in the lietul, and bmnst, and in the
extremities. In many rases there a an uneasiness
in the throat, trith a sense of choking or sufforatiru;
the mouth is often clammy, with a hod taste sad
Consumptive swoop... a,/ pa/pi/ono. eV' the heart.
—Many per' , ni l r•nouneed ao having these ili.onoen
610., Llothlug but Dy.pci.la, Llie 'nog and
hem t..1.0n0t0 boitl, only ..1..;,t,0n5.
d. cam.—This is. very Ilneideut symplam Dys
pepsin, ma leads y “ttrtz it. renfirver.d ccilesuinp
10. 6ynajoboo.• of external relation.—The patient i• sf
fectssi palatally by cold sod hest, which in owing to
sanstural &plass of skis, sad thy in taten a
fect•gl by r•a-ptions and totters. The gloomy dye
'repttc avoids sock:y se munh as possible.
11. T...neg.—A frequent and distrturine see:lf/-
10m. It relieves the pain, bat etanclates and teener
hut he patient.
12. DLaririems, dirzuvai ruaon, headache,
ger;ayi b aialkiiiv.—Tio. are Very alarMit4 Sylllll.
‘Thich an apcadil removed by our mcillciue;
but if netp.l. °rt.]. IWO quickly folio ro ay numbness
.d suil.lt•t. death.
13. It is imp ssible for no to ;lye ell the symptoms
of Prpepels in so small o spool , but the shoNo are
comidered auffinimit if we add t h at the patient :3,,s
his memory and attention to surrounding objects,
and frequently become ;morose and sons in disposi
tion. We should say, however, that pains to the
joints and suffnms of the limbs, which go by the
name of rheumatism and neuralgia, am eery often
produced by Iryspepsia. A 1.., a hardness of the
muscles of the abdomen, which bemuse contracted
and bard ; er. , l a. some cases the belly sinkii, imitead
of being gently prominent
1, Ruzaiwnt Brunette, of Brandywine, Del., for
merly of Old Cheerer, Dol., do certify that, for on.
year and s.h.tl( I dulTereal everything but death from
that awful disease called Dyspepsia. Ely ~hole sys
tem was proetrated with weeklies/ and disability ; I ;
could not digest my food; if I ate even o meeker ui
the smallest amount of food, It would return Just as
I swallowed it; I became so costive In my bowels
that 1 would cot have a nateage in lees than f. no
four and often eight days; under this Immeme sof- j
tering, my mind seemed entirely to give way; I had f
dreadful horror aud evil Lorebul ge; 1 thonght every
body hated me, and I hated everybody; I could nut
beer my husband nor my own children; 0701) thing '
appealed to he horror-stricken z to me; I had do amid
lion to do anything; I lest all my lore of family end
home; I would rumble and wander from place to
place, but could not be contented; I felt that I woo
doomed to hell, and that there was no heaven for me,
nail was often tempted to commit suicide, en near
wee my whole nervous system dcstroyet: led •ieonly
=LW, from that awful complaint, Dyspepsia, that
my friends thought best to have me placed In Dr.
Kirkbride's 11....pita1, at West Philadelphia. I re
=lined there ulna weeks, and thought I was a Dui.
better, bat in a few Maya my dreadlal complaint was
rosiog es bad as ever. Ilearing of the wonderful
curets performed by Dr Wlshert's Guest Am. rkau
D 3 eptpsia Pills and his Treatment fee ItyspelAl3,
my husband allsd on Dr. Anshan and stated my
case to tdm. Be eald he had no doubt he could e-sre
me. So In three days after, I called and placed my- j
self under the Xfoctor's treatment, and in two weeks
I began to digest food, and felt that my disease was ;
Asst giving way, and I continued io reamer for about
tiros months, and at the present tit. I enjoy per
feet health of body and mind, and I moat sluceroly ;
Mans my thanks too tuareithl GPI and Dr. Wilbert, i
and to his great American Dyspepsia Dills and Pie.
Tres Tar Cusdial that saved me frum an Insane Asy
lum and a premature grays. All person surlertur
with Dyerscpela are at liberty to call on moor write,
and IL will try to do ullibs good I can for fingering
humanity.. /MITA RETH BILLNSON,
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Cheater, DeL
Dr. WISILAIIT'S office, No. 10 North Second
Dyspopila I .147pepala I
Do WUHAN? has been a constant sufferer
with Dyspepsia for the tut eighteen years, during
which time I cannot say that I ever enjoyed • per
fectly well day. There were times when the symptoms
were moot aggravated than at others, and then It
rimmed it would be • gnat relief to die. I bed at oil
times an unpleamat feeling in my head, but latterly
my sufferings so much incruutS *at I became al
mod unlit for badman of any kind, my mind was
satitintudly filled with gloomy thoughts and !embo
dies, and if I attempted to change their current by
reading, at ones a sensation of icy coldness, in con
astion with a dead weight, as It wore, rested upon
my brain; also • feeling of sickness would occur at
the stomach, and great paha to my eyes, accompanied
with which was the continual fear of losing my rea
son; I also experienced great lassitude, debility and
nervousness, which made it difficult to walk by day
or amp at night, 1 became averse to society, and
disposed only to seclusion, and having tried the skill
of • number of eminent physicians of various schools,
lewdly came to the oenclusion that, for this &este,
at my present 4,5 there's, no cure in ex
istence. But, the interference of Divine
Providence, to whom I devoutly oiler my thanks, I
at last Mond • sovereign In your Dyspepsia
Pills and Tar Cordial, which mein to have effectually
removed almost the last, trace of my tong list of ail
ments and bed feelings,land in their place health,
pleasure and ocaitentment are my every day com
panion,. .la.l=l IL SAUNDERS,
No. kW North Second street, Philadelphia,
formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr. wisalaire cake, No-10 North Second et.,
A Positive Curs for Dyspepsia.
Haar what Mr. John 11. Babcock says:
No. 1028 Olive Street, 1_
Philadelphia, January 224, f
Di. WZMOLLT--.l4ir : iN 0 4 th mach pleasure that
I axe non able to inform yen that, he , the use of you
VW. Americus, lbspepsta Pills, I base been entire
ly cured of that moet dlstrauing comphibit, Dyspep
aia. I had been spievorialy &Bided for the last
twenty-eight years., and for ten years of that time I
have not boon free trom Its pain one week at a time.
I have had it In to wont form, and haveon
• moot miserable oilstone—ln pale day en night..
Beery kind of (lAA tliht I ate tilled me with pain and
wind, It nattered not how light, or how small the
quantity. A continued telchfine owl aura to folloW.
I had no appetite !br any kind of meats uhstever,
and ro iimres. was so great for several months be
tore I beard of your Pill., that I frequently wished
for death. I had taken everything that I had heard
of for Dyspepsia, without receiving any benefit ; but
on your Pills being recommended to me by one who
had Wen clued by them, I concluded to give themes
trial, although E bad no faith In them. To my no
iaallalM.W. l found myself getting better before I
had taken ono-fburth eta Nix, and, after taking half
a box, I am a well was and ena est earytkfag I wish,
enjoy a hearty mewl three times a day, v. - Phew.
conveniences from anythlut eat or drink. If you
think proper, you are at liberty to make this publie
and rchr to me. I will cheerfully glee all desirable
Information to any onowito may call en me.
Yours respectfully ,Jon 11. BLBOOOK.
For sate at Dr. wreueniiM.ii.;l Dorm,
10 North Second atinat, Platt&lphia, Pa. Deco,
One Dollar per box. Stoat by mull, hob aI charge, on
otealpt of pries.
Dyspepsia I Dyspepsia i
Moose Ton!, of CUlteniuun, Montgomery Co.,
Pe., have mailed for more Limb one year everything
but death itself, from that awfhl disease, called Dys
popes. I employed, in that time, five of the meet
they could for me with mrdietzus and cupping, but
still I woo no better. I then went to the Pennsyl
vania University; In order to plate myself in reach of
the bent medical tenni". in the country, but their
medicine. failed to do me any good, and oftentimes I
wished for death to relieve me of my sofferinma but
Mein Dr. Wishert's ediertisement to the nitlada
phla ErttLidta, I determined to try nine mom, but
with fittlittidth I called-era ThhViliehart, and told
hinxil I could hare died I would not Mare troubled
blur, and: then related my' izilreringsbs him. The
Dr. mar.red me, If ho failed to cure me of Dyspepsia,
it would he the lint tam In two years, no I put my
self under hi. treatment, and although I had been
for month. Vomiting nearly_ everything I ate, toy
Stomath swollen with pain beyond d:,..cription, I
bonght a box of his Oppepti..l"lll., I need them we
directed, and in ten days 1 could eaves hearten meet
es any perm, in the State of Perna:rim.* and iu
;m a t
focal! a "In o d oe nte,a
i'a ' t
a u oy i
my suffering and the great mu" f maim& 'I would
may to all Dye :lbw, everywhere, that Dr . Vizi:art
to, I believe, only person on the earth that can
cure Dyspepsia with any demo of certainty:
MO in_ y__ .
Cheltentuun,Montgomery Co., Pa.
Dr. WISHABT'S uftlai,• No. 10 North Second et.
Oflice honer from I a. no. to I p. no, Alt examina
tions nod consultations free.
DR. GEO. a KEYSED,
•. N 9 .10 WWI ) - MAIM
Sole spat tor Filtsbarsti, Perak's.
.LEVEI:DM, - ..., :,
rirrssunart ' •
W 1 X DR ARRANGEMENT.-03 tout letter
MONDAY, lioTember 16th, 1863, T tdes win INTO
the Depot a the Pe.h..4ltatat'EtartTl,llt Mt.
btb, ea follow - 4 1 . --- - - - . .*
Pinabergh and Mumling LOKI.'
Leaves Pittabtirghl 1;45 s 12. - -6.81 a. to. 1:* p. m.
. 4ao ‘,. B:12 44 ' '
do Stroh-etre< `,lO 's • 9:45 . a 6:05
do Wheeling.l 6:02 . 11100 . BOS
Arrives Bellair.... I 6:20 . II:16 u 1 6:20 "
C..nnect in- , et Stannemille and &glair sith Bien
ban •-illo aneLodiana Railroadsmt Bunt 62131110 Ball
road for Bantaili,, Newark, Columbus, Xenia, _Day
ton, Inthanapo:,., Cincinnati, Louteviile, Cairo, ht.
Lords. St. Joeeph, and all points seat and sonthereet,
and , Wheeling with Baltimore sad Ohitt.Ballroad.
Pittsburgh and Cletvfand Law.'
Leaves Ls.s a. m. 1:45 p. m.
do Bayard 5:58 " Bea. n
do .... tt:RS " s,
do Ravenna_ 7:40 •• wag n
do Hudson . I p.ll n
Arres at Cleveland......_.._ 8:25 " 8:40 "
Connecting at Bayard with Toscarawas ch Art
New Philadelphia and Canal Dover; it Alllat,e with
Pitniburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railavad; at
Ravenna with Atlantic and Great Western Itailmad
ihr Warren, Groonville, Meadville, talon, Corm
Jamestown and halarnanca; at Hodson with Cleve
land, Zanesville and Cincinnati Railroad for Akron,
Cuyahoga Falls and Millersburg, and at Cleveland
with C. AE. It. It. Or Erie, Dunkirk end "Barak.
with C. a• T. R. _R. for Sandu‘ky, Toledo, and alio
with steamers fur Detroit.
Steubenville and Wellsville Accommodation IeSTOII
Allegheny City at p. m.
Iteturnlog Mail. D.rriTO at pm*,
dAt5 p.m. and . 2:10 a. m.
Thn.ngh Vekets to all prominent points PM D.
procured at the Liberty Street -Depot, Pittsburgh.
GEORGE PAII.IiIX, Ticket Agent.
And at Allegheny City.
A. Q. CASSELBEIIIIY, Ticket Agent.
Yor farther information apply to -
WILLIAM NTYWAUT, Agent.'
%A the Company's °Moo in Freight Station, Ponn It.
81111 1 1 P I.trG.
THE ATLANTIC IRISH
A. ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGA
TION COAIPAN Y.
ADI3I ATI°, 1.13 M Horse-power, 4,000 tons.
H I BERN lA, 1,0170 Hon.-power, 3,000 tons.
COLL'DIH lA, 1.000 Morse-power, 3,000 UAL.
ANGLIA, Lull, lionre.powm, tzeu.
The magniAmmt wineliip ADRIATIC will Cia
from New York for Liverpool on TUESDAY,The 17th
&atm of pamage from lime York to Livorpool, pity.
able in gold or ite equivalent In currency.
Pinesengers for - warted also to London, rarla, Rams
burg, !Imre, Brennan, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Au,
the lowest raters
Fares from Liverpool or Galway to kiss York and
Boston, 525, 535, 575, 555, 5105.
Yor pusnayi, apply :he office of the Alma
SAWEL 3 fIEARLB, '23 Broadway.
rot. D. OIEUZILL,
(Throaid et Building.
No. 70 rifth area. ilikloargh.
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIY- -
lERPOOL, touching et -QUEEYSTOWIT, '•
((Coax Ramie.) The well-known .men of t
\,•w York arid Philadelphia atearadilp
C,,mpany are intended as follow .
ern' OF LONDON
SAkturd.by, Roy. 211.
Nov. YB. ,
CITY ;Jr KEW YORK -Saturday, Peo. 5. 1
And every eneceolllog Satarcley, at noon, from t
44, Korth River.
Payable b gold, sr b. gimbaled ;12 Ourrater.
do to London. —B5 00 do to:Loudon 34 CO
do to Pads...—. 95 00 do to Paris... 40 50
do to Hamburg •90 00 do to Llatabg 37 VO
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rot
terdam, Antwerp, itc., at &lordly low rates.
Fares from 'Lave:pool or Queenstown; Ist Cable,
5 75 , 595, 5105. bteersge, 530. Those who with to
semi for their friends am boy tickets bore at thew
Nance.—The Steamship GLASGOW, of this lino
will sail as an extra steamer an THURSDAY, Nov.
lath. Has splendid accommodations for o Yew Cabin
and Steerage Passengers, at reduced rat., pantie
in U. S. Currency.
For furthor intrmatlon apply at the
Meat. JOHN G. DALE.
15 Brosdwiq Now York.
JOHN THOMPSON, ism!,
Hand .treat, ttrst horse from Ms briage.
CIfEAPEST PASSAGE FROMj,
“TEFE "OLD cnowTter.”
Pwa.nCrn brought out In MAST CLASS MAIL
Sit:A iILRY, from Galway'
An I by soiling •eeecia for TWENTY ADIcE 1:11316,
L lAA In rurrrney.
Roraima Chronicle Balkling.
ray2;e.retral N4tio strert, PlttaburF!e.
. a faro
LIVERPOOL AND QUEEN/TO
Vllolrl NEW TOM, r... 5 In currency
Both story wok. Apply to
THOMAS ILLTTIGA2i, I.
ath:Smails raw 'sd
Onion or Custervon.unt or nniCansvicY,
Washington City, August 5th, 1629,
Wetness, By satisfactory evidende presen to
the undersigned, it has been made to appear that
the FIRST NATIONAL BAHR OF PITISBUBOIL
in the County of Allegheny, and State of ,Penusylva
tide Lin , been duly organised' under and according to
the requirements of the Act of Congress, entitled
l'An Act to prmidia'National Currency, sectired by
a pledge of United &atm Stocks, and to prowhie
the circulation and redensOion therco4" approved
February 25th, ISCA, and has compiled with all the
provisions of Laid Act required to:be compiled with
before commencing the business of Banking:
Now, therefore, I, Roan IL:Cr:soca, - Com
of the Currency, do hereby
.certify: that trsrd
FIRST NATIONAL BANE Or PItTSBURGH,
,onuty of Allegheny, end Stater of Penneylvania, is
authorized to annmence the bush:less of Banking are
der the Act aforesaid, • *
la teethwow) whereof witoen vg bent
es , mut seal of office, thle 6th day of AMOR,
J 1863.. HUGH IacCHLLOCH,
Comptroller of the dummy.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANS. OF .
(LATE PITTSBURGH TRUST COMPART.)
CArtrat, 154,00,000, arlth privilege to *rear
to si,000„000, -
The Pittebur,,-4 Trost Company _having otmmProd
under the act to provide a Natter= CerroncY, under
the title of the FIRST STATIONAL BASH OF
PITTSBURGH, would respectfully ' , obi MI aryl=
for the collection of Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange,
Se., receive money on deposit, and buy and sell =-
change on gall potted the country.
Tho rico= Which has attenaed the TDtaburgh
Trust Company, sinee its organisation to ISA will
we believe, ho • sufficient guarantee that huhu=
eutn.tell t, the new organisation will rebel= the
lame prompt. nit:4llton, - .• • >
tog ♦ rery extensive cormpondensn with Banks
and Bankers throughout the country, we believe we
can iHrer mescal lecilitiet to those who do =sing=
with us. • • . ,
The Paine= will be conducted It the seamo Ottloers
James Laughlin. Spar
Robert HQ% 'raub' O. Ha
Tboiamv Aled. Etedteß
Thomas•Wightmani :Samuel Reg.
Wm. H. /Hauck, •
JOHN D. SCULL 14
Aupag 5514 1853.-
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Open daily from 9 to 2 o'clock, also on Wedneextp
and batorday eromings, from Stay Ist to-November
lot, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from November let to
May let from 6to o'clock.
Depceite received of all tome not loge - Dan OM
Dollar, and a dividelfd of the Ovate &anemia/los a
year, to Jone and December.- Diarist - bee been &-
Mend semi-anomaly, In Jane and December, Ellice
the Dank was organized; at the rata of sikpor amt.
learnt, if not drawn Vtat; la plimeCto Discredit
of the depositors, principal, a:4'km" , the mos rev
tercet from the dent der ofjonet and December, ann.
pounding twice a year without troubling thti depcwi
tor to.eall, or even to Paughtlib Dad book, "At tile
rate money will double tales' than melt. 3oa
Books, containing the (tart!?, .By-bawle _
and itevolatioue, tarnished gratis, on applimHon at
Paitipaerr—OT.OßOL ALLII - 1114.'
lobo B. lifoTadden,l len , ..clid.reelaincite
John olmee, John
Aio.mdider Speer, • SLIMLY B. D. bionat,
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Junes tied oky, 11111 Domain,
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Peter A. Modern.
Water P. "441310.
John (Fri, • ".
Hobert Bobb; .
John IL lbamberper,
Inkin G. Backokm,
John ct. Bindley.
Mown AlO. so
°barks A. Colton.
Pater - U. lidnket, -
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