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1 ..a t. ,n• is to take no lot, part, or shore in the respon- , rtilitim il in
1-115uni gh Q .. ) l a 'Z't tie. sibility that rests pa ten those who have brought It 1 11313 U wkIETTE LOINS,
6 , this whirpool of desolation and ruin upon ay
- - i unfortunate country. But if to adhere firmly
THURSDAY IIORNINCV---NOV. 'Pi, 1868. I and consistently to the opinions and principles THE SITIATION Ekt TENNESSEE.
.„--- --- .- .. . , ~- = ,_- -_- - that I have maintained for thirty years, and
The News. if to prefer living as I did before the war, to
living as I have done since the war, makes me OUR mcfcgoND puisoneg BILL OF FARB.
While wo write, the dispatches coming in 1 a traitor, then a traitor's life let me live, or a I ___—___
give us renewed oonfidence in the result of the i traitor's death let me die."
military operations now natively going on at I Napoleon's Letter to the Sovereigns'
AILIOLST OF TES MOTHILr. or GESMIIIL WTI- of Europe.
severalpoints• aad in oaring ire we do not I
, „ , i Dus—Mrs. Gertrude Winder, mother of Gen.
even except, those of the Army of the Potomac, , Winder, Provost Marshal of Richmond, Va., _
whose movements of late have almost been was arrested on Saturday at her boarding REPORTED UNION , DEFEATS IN LOUISIANA.
beyond comprehension, and wo fear altogether house in Baltimore by the military matheri- de, do., do.
ties. She was taken ' to the office of Colonel •
barren of results—at least, it is safe to say, of ', pub, actrinripanied by her son, Charles R.
such results as ought to have been attained by I Winder, Esq., who resides in Washington, Special Dispatch to the PauburghGasetta.
P o the Nov. 25, 1863.
such an &req. But onco in the presence of ' atl o'ne happened to be in the city on pre
en apiointed work, this breve 'arm) ;cull ac. I t h e s e : i c e: e l
sent A fte b r a back to her a a i t: t ar t Vef There was great cheerfulneos at the stock
quit itself, as it has always done, giosicee l 9 I holm, and placed under military guard. She board this morning..
and woo to the timidity mad dilatory general- ,is said to ho eighty Avant of age. One of the The dispatches from Gen. Grant, at Chatta
shin that will again attempt to hold it back charges against lier t o for corresponding with noogs, were most important and cheering.
I !anent persons In the South.
from improving a victory. The engagement in the immediate front
Still, we are not impressed with the reports ; R eete senott er GsyynAL SonrarK __N e e, yesterday was continued ttu'oughout the en - ;
Crum the Potomac army a. indicating an im- , Schenck's resignation of his commission et a tiro day. The rebels,. though sturdily relislo!,
mediate eonflict betweon lal tie, end Lan. In Major General in the Volunteers of the CM ' ing. radually gave way.
fact, the probabilities ere, that, if the gonad
red States Allay has been tendered and or- The= is nothing further from Burp l ide.
1 cepted, to take effect on oho 20th of Decem be
combinations in the :Soutlawe-t, now Issuing , nest. Brigadier General L'ockwood has heei r t The present success of the movement win
in a general battle along the whole line from , ordered t o the temporary command of the deuhtedly relieve him from the previa= of the
, E, e ghth , Army Corps, e in the Middle Depart-
Knoxville to Cl;attanooga, and for an indeftna-rebel columns, Grant's advance compelling
moat, rit i:Ls. ,i . of t which.the
c te . h g e r nck re tlrtos t o
ble distance south and west of that important ' lthem to rt treat so prevent their capture or
ess as a Rep
point, shall be found to have attained a deoi- , resentative from Ohio. destrumion.
sive ;result, and that the road to Rome and , -----".....-0.---- I The Richmond E. -co mi.cr, of the 21 d, says :
laCcui;..,:virtisonyneEd7ge‘Cv/LO,Calw, at.hOildehbi:uir,e,s,,werye ' „ Ai can yank ... lmm and people are just now
Atlanta alm s open before the victorious Army 1
of the Cumberland, we shall have no fighting:, ail oonfiecated, is feud to have gone to r V.:itg. dreadfully exor c ised in regard to the quantity
with Lee north of Richmond, and pethaps I land with the intention of trying whether he ani quality of food furniAled Yankee prison
not ov,n ere; for whet couldthe rebels hope I I
ccrunc.r„tOilltatthecormrmtr.y,Perr„olfie ors, we map , nd the hill of fare served daily
to gain by making a stand at Richmond, out tained,and cane a levy oran embargo totobee at the Libby and Castle Thunder, furnished
of which famine must drive them before long laid on t roperty in England to us by the commanditnts of these two posts .
—before two months•of the approaching wia- Sloe him co mpensation 1 t Libby, on, pound of froth broad or crack
ter shall have passed over them. ere and half a pound of fresh beef. The
S' 7 illn1;89. the oelebrated anther of the "Life '
If the result in Tennessee and Northern I
,' lif Christ," is about to write another work on tatted cow is killed daily fur their feasting,
Georgia stall be as decisive, as the bathes- ' the same subject, but taking quite a different , t acted daily by sweet potatoes and nutricions
r e m already given lead us to believe, there view from that which he hats hitherto main- soup. Thin same ratiou is al, served on
remains but one thing to be written of the Mined. Reran, who, in his "Vie do Jesus," Bello Isle—the identical food that the lying,
admits Strauss' views to be unimpeachable,
robellion--that IT to DF.AD• and builds his own theory on his, must either , ‘ indietive, Puritan chaplains stigmatize as pu
, differ from him for the future OF Contradict Ids , trid tied unfit to eat, upon every occasion of
own statements. _ I their return to the North." .
OYSTT.S. TILLDC.—Tios oystermen in Balt, 1 Tho European ales thin morning contaln
more are doing an unusually brisk trade. 1 the fellooing: Napoleon's letter to the soy-
Rendre& of bay craft, from five to thirty 1 ereigus of Eupe is full of humility and
tons burden, and owned principally by the .
TenCe Ito sayshe erns milled to the throne
crews, are lying at the wharves discharging , .
oysters, which readily bring from seventy to LI Providence, and the will of the Famish
eighty cents per bushel. Large quantittes I people; but, trained in the school of adversity`
are being put up by the packers for exports - I it lo perhaps less allowable for me than any
I ether to ignore the rights of severe:goo and
Tux French religious journal, the Poise, has I legitimate aspirations of people. Thus, lam
satisfled itself (amino doubt many of its read- ready, without a preconeciv ed eystem, to en
en) by tspnmess of cabalistic reasoning, that
the Sesten•beests of oho Apnerdypse are Arius, ter an International Congress with the spirit
Spinoza, Voltaire, Rousseau, Havens, Proud- of m o deration and justice, ordinarily the por
tion and 'Ronan. Bishop Colons° must feel , tisn of Om= who have endured so many Ca
himself affronted at not being comprised in rions trials. If I take the initiative in this
the excommunicated list.
..___-----"le"-- i overture, Ido not yield to an inapalse of van -
Os Thutsday last there wee an election for ; lty, but because I am a sovereign; the most
Judpof the 16th
S t Mettle. ut Illinois, ' credits...l with ambitious projeots, and I have
cotoprislog Peoria anti Stark counties. etit t heart to prove by a hank and loyal
was the Democratic and 'Williamson '' a
the Union candidate. The result is the Mee- str_T that my role object Is to arrive without a
Lion of Williamson by about eighty majority. shock at the pacification of Europe. If this
The district has heretofore boon Democratic. p„..20,i,j,,,,, b e agreed to , I pray you to ac-
Shananhargar threat" ' la cant " . the d eci°n 1 &i,t Paris as the place of electing. Europe
would perhaps see some advantsge in the
Cap"al whence the signal for overthrow
so many times issued, becoming the seat
confevencee destined to lay the basis of a
Letter from the lion. Johit Minor
Botts—llls Protest A c ainat - the Ty..
ranny of the Confederate Govern
mant—A Noble Avowal of Union
Sentiments and 'Neutrality—General
li-ads and Ur. Botts—The Union and
Out dispatches, a low days ago, promised
that a letter written by the lion. John Minor
Botts to the Richmond Examiner, should be
sent to the northern papers by the Agent of ,
the Associated Press, who had obtained a copy
for that purpose. If that agent smut It, some
intermediate agent is in default, for no per
lion of it was telegraphed to Pittsburgh. It 4
appears, however, in the New York papers of
Tuesday, and we now lay an Manna of it be
fore our readers. It is dated October 18th.
Mr. Batts denies tho charge that he, in an
interview with an Indiana major, proclaimed.
himself a Union man without any Ifs or buts.l
Be had no such interview, and used no such I
language. Be denies having said that he
wished this Federal Generals knew half that
he know of the rebels, and their resources and
intentieJs• lie is not in the coufideuce of ' •
the Government or the commanders of its 1
•forcais, and, therefore, of their:intentions, and Tea suer prices ruling in the United States
is,Prerfounin) ignorant of their resource. I contrast, strongly with those which content
la reply to the charge of the Exuarear that the London dealers. Good, "font Brussels
he abhorred the Goverment, but loved 0,4 , carpets arc sold in Leyden at 62%e ape yard,
money, ho says : ' arid eel Vet carpets. at 75e. per yard; Prince
. r Whatever I may think of the Government, lur Wales" cotelLeosts $17 . 10; a Prinvo's easy
yoltl never reit myself entirely at liberty in chair e1f..50; fel-Sized iron bedsteads $1.6234•
this land of freedom to say half as meek i
against its Administration s I have read in
your own editorial columnas. But if I have
never made professions of devotion tothe
Government, I have never ceased to feel a I
warm interest in the welfare of the people of
Virginia, with whose prosperity and freedom
my own are entirely Identified ; and 1 will
take occasion to say here what I-said to Gen.
Heade, and hove said to all, that my em ..-st
prayer is that this revolution may result in i
whatever may contribute most to the pence-
ncnt peace, hapeinesu, prosperity, and free-
dam of the people of l'irginie- 'these are
the blessings of a good GoTernineut ; this
is what I s uppose is desired and aimed at ,
by all, unless the-selfish politicians, and'
the corrupt speculators in and. out of the
ar , y, may constitute an exception ; they care
not what sort of a government they live un
der, provided they fill the high places and,
have their pockets well lined. We
may differ I ".--
pus , thly, and perhaps hunostly, as to the best
mean. of atteinlyg these desirable ends. If ---------"----
it is by the success of the or.. caution, then . I TIRY tioOre STORE FOR SALE; in
pray tied that the revolution may succeed; -1-10.11.tea.tintirhoishlin.
ovtr.L'-.._,,_lurn torrowe_laupth_ri, E1.,•91.0.!
but if hy a r. 4,,ration of the Union, thea I a p i ng : a
list ,;.,,..„ ~,,,a1=,,,,, -4.4„......-4.,-,:,7, y
hope-fhe Union may be restored. What I oeslip and lisiboon selected is 01, rehrence to the
want is a government that has the will and creamy trade. Res all 1...ri purchased for min si
power to protect my person and my property 1 lomat marks price,
against i.li abused, end that I would prefer 1 th.rh,„"flaro.. oTilLgrottrib.deierr.3th.dstt
living an 1 did before the war to living as I ' on,ri the 5t,.....% Mr .ale: slow the
will of the r..
bare done since tb: ever, is beyond all clam- i Briug party. The hew. las a largo cud ri-,po..tubk
don. I would to a madman or a fool if I did tr 4 . 0. ., which can IA mudawl. The present stook
, will Waite from.
to tAi thousand dellars, h,,,
not, and a knave and hypocrite if I were to 1 cbdd 1,,,,,,5..4 u 4 ,,,,,..., A.
pretend otherwise." I results idishing to ,
ow the partical.,s will pleas.
Air. Botts denies having done any thing to , liddteas or can penocan, en
which the r Jur e iterate 'Government min cam- I VEll36lc & CIIOUPEWWINCI,
plain, unless it be that it has not hecoinr, 1
_oel&te 69 Wind stwoi, Pittsburgh, r.. _
Democratised, and make no concessions to VOR. SALE.—Tnro superior Cylind,ir
Demooray. On thoother hand, he complains
.1 , po i; w, .d.,,, thameter, N fset long, made
first, that the rower of the legislative branch l of 1,4 inch WA. wrought t ae h , 9, citack 11441-
- of the Government hay beer uppeelnlly di- , en Giniut 1113 g'isie se bow.
reeled againw. him. Second, that the cxecu- °Engine and Telmise 11 , 11 , rof
Ala, 0,1. Portall _
rive branch oi the Government has I..ert. ere- This Scipio. has tiered o wen a lmost 700 fret doer,
crated against him when under this detests- est,ledb7s".Tira"b:adal"bet7eYitt':ltba7kiir2dof...::k,:
hie, unwritten, and unknown code called raisin wood MI. looOmotims.
laratial law. Upon no charge
thepreferred which • tiri4.oo34ii,,)%itilue, ileseryttroewn,,trbi Lilt; ~ ,t 4z, b ,
they dared to present before C°nlt of - c 7
vests.; Well adapted stoat
nu: a grte MZUF mad
. 1 u -v, they had him arrested In to
bed, and. „,„,,, ira in,
hurried to a filthy Dego jail, where be was 5t,,,,,k,.5s El. M. 130LE'8,
gent in solitary confinement, for eight wookii,; / ' slitter Point Alley and Dammam Way,
when, -with all the vigilammand curu, mid re- .„. luilebliu - _ _ Iltts l,--
seareh of their Di:Merolla &tractive*, they , --
tumid find nothing upon which to binge, . a
charge,and now comes a set'ond erred without
a cuarge,whilst the army itself has been tented
loose upon him to destroy his property by de
and by the orders of officers in high com
mand, and, hut for a guard from the head
quarters of Gen. Lon, none can toll to what'
4mdition be Would have been reduced. Mr.
11,,,tts says; "Rave I. then, Mr. Editor, had
~ o u ch attachment or devotion to a Goveinctient
which I have thus been treatea ? Ton -
..vinplain of the treatment Hr. Vedlandig
I, gut received at the hands of his Goveni
•aeat. Ile made many yiolent :spechhes, in
• "...which ho took aotty u and strong 1 grounds ,
: " guinst Lis Government, and for str on g
.otit amongst his friends, as they -siapposeh
But I have done nothing, taken no part, lint '
maintained firmly and cOnsistently;art slag
matinee to do, my own private opinions, and
the conviction of my beet judgtdali ent, whi
bas not been controlled by any conera
of selfishness, ambition or fear.
"I want no better
ofdvinication for having
withheld my approval this war than is to
in the fact tiutt them is not one of
thole who aided in bringing it on that would
do it, if with their 'Feint experience it
had to ha.gone ever again, or if they could
have foreseen what has followed, all Of which
I did foresee and foretell," - .
Mr. - Botts denies tl5lll, 'On. Heade .took 1
' dinner at hid table, yet nudges known that he
itdhm ta do so, and regretted that his
.:_constant engageMents previmted hid accept
. once, ati,Celiould he return to the vicinity - the
offence 'would - toi repeated. The truth is, he,
• _ hai entertained freely ,and hospitably 'the
officers 'and gentlemen of both armies whose
..v,. .. acquaintance be, has enjoyed, and shall .c.th...
... thaw' to do so as long as he Is master of his
"Ilitharto I. hare been silent," says gr.
.'• Botts, "an to tire wrongs, injuries, and g'
ales , that hire been leaned treon Inc, but I
am not_a spaniel to lie down anderoneh at the
bidding of any Master, nor to lick the band
that andlea me, and if I am thus to be select ,
mins a particular otOect of persecution, and
can find no protection from the lee; then will '
ItrgeLcsti'mUrno.t do against the government
or against the army, but i eaq and wiuto it
wh theirs*, roilitaryand civil, both fail me,
' *gets ainßt all 611? Pan": thatL this` 'Confederacy
';''' • ' '" - caribliest.
ks"l cannOt ba induced-to. swerve one hairs
g'4 - - cie ad t h from the line of conduct roy•own
ti ~- infgreent and conseieneS =WTI*. to, which
:.t ,~ .~, :. „..
Tar Rail Mountain Metes publishes aston -
lilting stories about, the Arizona gold mines.
It says meatus pinking out from fifteen to
twenty-seven hundred dollars a day each, with
a jack-knife. They do not pretend to sore
the "d01.'," only rootin for`mps.
THE Cleveland Leader says large numbers
I of colored men have lately been leaving
es Ohi are
for Rhode island, where largo boun ti
being paid to colored recruits.
'too brothers Godard are about to make a
balloon to contain 14,000 cubic metres or gas,
wbeTecis 51. Nadar's "Giant" only contained
"Draciwo e three closing days of last week
101 0 028" letters we_ro
. mailed at Nashville for
UIESTE LANDS FOR SALE OR I
V V VEOHANGE-1,5170 acres In love, In tnet.
pryng' from 40 t 0.320 Acta: 640 scree bi, Michigan,
ti tracts varying troll 40 to 320 acute. 2,000 acre*
ip Idiresetiota. '2,000, wets in' the gem/least riot of
illsecarti end BQ sures trt Intiblbil. ',hese lan&
have been emeriti:ly selected, with a Slew solely to
otiloall advantages, poll, dit , and will be etspood
ofupon liberal terms, for ash, or exchanged ftr
property in Allegheny county.
for tenni, Le., 14eplY to
0, g. MAVIS,
eels - Butler street, Lawrenceville.
VOIR BLE LRASE--A large IA
to sharpanag, pa toe Passenger Balletalr,
miles bum Pittsburgh, on which there is • good
Thselllng UM, of nine rooms , also, amoral other
ants", altlingt Wick. A -well a good baler in
the , iirdi plenty .41tood Mgt, Mal convenient to
•Chniches and School iIOGOGII.
Yor sautigulus address or , mil on
in i tial
Alitiltutxtrg, tinegbouy County, 4.
.A.WHEICCEVILLB IMP RO '
.L.AI PROF/WTI' YOU , SALE, situate on V aierM
rettwell.aean this 4othe of the road; a let frontlis,7
Maier street and extending bitch to Lafayette linty.
on which there le erected two 2wtory Frame Dw he Det ill•
lage--wtie new, the other 11carly so, wit
sary itoprovemente, all in good order. e
forhositieSs.o4 °t Le, r test Ingo borough.,
Tun= eaq. Apply to
O. B. DATEB,Oommeretal Broker,
Butler street, Lawrenceville:
retEAR,FARM FOR SALE, situate , in ,
West Doer township, Allegheny county, Pa., , ,4
Lpde fromthe thriving. village of Bakerstown. Con
tains 103 acres, 70 of which to cleared. Thuimpreve.
mentk omelet of ft comfortable dwelling house, b.ig
30150, with extensive stabltng ;nv rcbsrd of leu
tßarias fruit trees; never failing erring of vratei at
. thedoor, water fa troy fold: 0;4 wader dm witole
plaEr. Apply to
.B. ftitidati CX : '" ( artre
R SALE.—Two Blast, Furnace En
oues,Ctuun Cynaafi 18 MAIM diameter by
focilaststroke. Blowing Tuts 8 feet 8 Inched am!.
allt fry ese Stet. stroke. All in good order;
hem need bats 'bo a t ono. Wan tifectired by mp
k Wade, PittsbMilit- A ppW Immediately to
monazrx I co.
VOR WI- -A lob of land, containing
.1. VI Drtaant
u fi . a R
tise XtlloTithsbargh.Tort & Chioo3
ePortg orchard pt property is well timbered. with g ood
youn Wertz; frail troWit, Thli property
Wootold otasesonsbte tate&
further pirticsdan Wows -
wIT.II_O7I 8.0. Id °MOSER. BewiehlerELN re.
"EVE BiLE;:--TWO BOILERS, 43 is
x by 38 feet, Double Mal, In good condition, with'
wet and noun drew; fill kOilt.
..jibed Werke, lrlab Wu*,
The London Ye=t rays that there is danger
lest a eonferenco should leave things worse
confounded than ever.
Ilso London Tel graph says it is obvious,
for instance, that no powtr would consent to
place itself at tho merry of a mere majority.
dieptiteh, in the Itichmond Ea-orniner, from
Mobile, Nov. 19th,says that a letter, received
from a member of General Green's staff, an
nounces the defeat of two Yinkee columns in
Louisiana. General Franklin's division en
countered a portion of General Dick Taylor's
army, under General Green, near Alexandria,
nn the bth, and after a stubßern fight, the
Yankees were routed, with the loss of their
stores and six thousand prisoners. General
Weitsel's division is reported to have been
routed by Gen. Dick Taylor, near Opelompee.
The expedition is said to be abandoned. A
portion of the troops have returned to Port
Hudson and Baton R.9l:lge. AV. J. J.
The Situation in Virginia.
New lone, Nov. 25.--We have news from
the Army of the Potomac up to three o'clock
p. m. Absent officers may be interested to
know 'hat eeiceral changes in the position of
the army corps have been made. The Fred
ericksburg Heights are held by one division
~f Ewell's Corps, which is the estreme right
th.• rebel army. Lee's left rests near Mad
ison' court house, on this sideof the itapidau.
hie forces are m eetly cavalry The rubel
arrorseltme to have no path at all. We will
advance and fight befurn May neat, for it is
caunfostly preparing winter quarters &tor near
Cordoneburg. At present the army is stretched
ihedteprlue torso R e
a i p
loroinad np rtohbe Richmond
over Jun , tion.
• The crrbi' especial dispatch from the hea Nb
quarters Army of the Potomac, lays
changes have yet been made. All is quiet
along the Rapidan, and our expecte-
Cone of an advance are as yet unrealised. It
rained all day andthis may have delayed an
he Herrild has the following, d
qu T arters Army of -tbo Potomac,date Nov. H 24th ad
Ere this reaches you we shall probably have
fought a severe battle or crossed the Rapi
dan, or both. As military Movenients are al
ways subject to delays and contingencies, it
would not ha proper for me at this time to
enter into any details of the plan of the cam
paign. Everybody is hopeful, and confident
of _the success, of Meade hl plane., They ar
wellmatured, and though they do net coin
cide tally idly
view* I have heard.ospressed,
they are perhaps the best that could be adopt
ed, keeping in view the necessity so urgently .
enjoined by the authorities in the War Office,
Extracts from Rebel Papers.
New Yost Nov. E.—The Richmond pa.
4-...... contain; rho following: Bands from :
Bragg's general order advises las soldlea t
prefer an honorable death on the bettlei"
to languishing in the northern, tlintigeOZUr till ,
the closo of the war. . , • '--, -,;•. 1 .. , .. - .-,:,, ,
Atlanta Ga. Yoe. p).7.,-Adelpei 'apart
Longstroet, on )stiiiiiiwyt.ittan tely!zialtut-of
Knoxville, and adanonfze. , L
The Mariettastlanfiderate say, : ong
e.?rt Af a4 crai l s " , illits4.llltilt spe ' - elea to Chilton,
dated the 19th, saps: A gentleman from New
Winos Soar the , Doha erpedition to Matta&
gords Bay has been eached. Bovea_trans .
\ports were driven ushosor fad apared,-with
all on board. Bazaar *lto- accompanied the
expedition had not been heard from.
The Bilk:mond • Inly`lisif a., sorrowful mil
' tiirlia be' the' depredation of the rebel MT
' rency, and says that no government on earth
can amid suoh-es aster& _There must be a
- radical r eformation or we are done for.
Operation! pt Citarloston.
The , transport Steamer .-Foteat ' City, from
Charleston Bar on Thursday noon, hae ar
rived. dho ri?porte !wish cannonade guim
on fiord forts Gregg and Wagner, which had
continued without intunnission, night and
dal, tavern; days; bat it seemed more
brisk on Thirsday • The are • was diroded
ssguinpt ¬es 4n onitrir.,
Tim 13. S. summon : Pawnee and Marble
head luent up •Idtone river river ow -Thursday.
,The Iturblisendlw-euitaged toi (she'll's( the
wombs it taigattioa
battery coicalcil at that bo~n
Thursday Piot - t ea thwday of Thanksidring
and Prayer in rebellious...lump ntmortid that
a t 2 t hwacks; as Gen Gillrooriseraii to ovens'
,thsibombardment of the eity Churleaton.
Important and Cheering from
RIGHTING IN OUBDINI&TEIBANT ALL DIY
The Rebels Gradually Giving Way.
THE SITUATIOI I AT 11101 VILLE SATISFACTORY.
Heavy Fighting West of the Town
KR IM CONFIDENT 01? FBAL gECCESS
UNION CURRY SURPIISID AND OARED
THE GREAT WESTERN SANITARY FAIR
NSW You, Nov. 25.--The Herald has the
Washingteer/Voo. 24--M.itinlght.—The Nif at
Department has received, this evening, dis
patches from.„Lieneral Grant, at Chattanooga.
which,aits.ofdbe most important and cheering
character: 'The edgagement in the immediate
front, an account of the commencement of
which was yesterday received,
throngkont the entire day. The rebels, al
, thobgh sturdily resisting our advance, have
• bean gradually giving way. _
There is nothing further heard from Burn
side, Init theinecess of this vement is ex
pected to epepdily relieve his'from the pres
sure of the rebel columns. Gen. Grant's ad
vance is compelling them to retreat to prevent
their capture or destruction.
A special to the Noses, from Washington,
Nov. 24th, says'
The latest news, up to 10:40 this evening,
from lion- Grant is most satisfactory. Gens.
• Thorne' and Sherman have got ll ahead.
ighting in our immediate front bee lasted all
day long. At every point along the line we
have forced the rebels backward.
New Vona, Nov. 25.—A Knorville letter,
dated Nov. 15th, to the Tribune, states that
1.1306 t of the llth and Ist Kentucky cavalry,
stationed at Marysville, have been surprised
and captured ,
de an attack on Rook-
The rebels else ma
le, another on Lenoire, and demonstrations
of a rebel advanoe were made also from Rog
Longntreet, with Chatham, Stevenson and
others, are reported to be in command of the
Lerte.--Tbe rebel force which attacked
Marysville and drove our pickets in u
Rockville, have fallen back, and Col. Wolfo
is reported tabs on their track. The enemy
is satisfied with their plunder and eclat ob
retired, and there is again a
comparativi calm. A people more soared than
Precautionary measures have been taken
and threes distributed and everything done to
&Fmk the further advance. of the enemy in
this direction. The whole number lost in
prisoners is estimated at not over ono hun
dred and fifty.
All quiet along the whole lines.
Cmetswast,• Nov. 25.—1h0 situation at N.E. coy. Fourth alaiMarket Ste.
Knoxville CV Satisfactory. There wee he:iv) ~„•,3
fighting welt of the town on Saturday. The
i N lbw Gooli6.—Wo have novrin etora
investment on the north side of the town is •
close, but the south side it open. Burnside Is a rompl-sp •reek of
confident 0 'final aneeeSS. ,
The Gres Western Sanitary' Pair Assecia- \ FAIL AND WINTER GOODS,
lion is now Ily organ-sod. Major General
Roseman' been appointed President, and mw of adder , were purameod before tto lota sd.
the openin day is died for December 21 et. j
Tkii-'6lsflireeeeds of the lair are to be dis
tributed to Union soldiers without regard to 1 r
States, sadly to be under the direction of the
Cincinnati branch of the United Statesr San
tary Commission. An appeal Ls mad: ev
nations in money, or saleable articles. The
express companies will transport donatio
Dee to Headquarters, No. 175 Vine street,
LATEST PROS CHATTASPOOGA.
Official Dispatches from Gens. Grant
lIISSIONAPA RIDGICATIIID BY OR FORCES
OVER TWO THOUSAND PRISONERS TAKEN
Our Suoceha Thus rar Complets.
&v., &C., I'.
Wasnorttos, Nov. 25.-offichal dispel/41es
from Gene. Grant and Thomas,to the 24th, have
been received, stating that on yesterday Gene.
Granger's, Palmer's and Howard's corps car
ried the first line of rifle pits between Chat
tanooga and Cater's creek, capturing 9 offi
cers and about 100 mon. Our lose is about
To-day Hooker,with Geary's and Osterh , us'
divisions, and the second brigade of tho 14th
corps, carried the north ;lope of Lookout
Mountain. The enemy's loss is about 600 ;
ours. was small. Thur., has been iiontinuous I
1 fighting from 12 o'cloek until after night, but
the enemy wore repulsed In every attempt to
\retake the position. Gon. Sherman messed
the Tennessee this morning, at the month of
the Chickamauga, with three divisions of the
15th corps, and one division of the 14Wh, and
carried the northern extremity of Missionary
Our success so far is complete. The troops
from Lookout valley carried and now hold the
eastern slope of the MOtititliiti, and points
high up. Hooker repolrts 2,000 prisoners taken
Speciss Deipsselies the rittsbareh Gazette.
W.tBOIOOTOT, Nor. 24, 1803.
Wee DeP•lO73/E7/ NIPIABIC 167111ATt.9.
Tho reason that the War Department's esti
mate of expenses for the ensiling year are two
hundred and three millions lois than last year
is the 'belief that it will be possible to reduce
our force greatly by July.
this rebel extreme left la now understood
to rent on Madison Cumin House, this side of
the .Expiclan • and st the. foot of the Blue
Itidia,ll.e rig* ix cantle extreme heights
back oTErtidiftluburiLinfltich Are new emu
tiled bielledliblionof GetelPs Garin. Preps
fire Winter. quartets me said to hare
.i.14-,:ftloibil.ok-li!ong this line.
'...73lolliotereeStihat Gen. Sigel Is to succeed
isXiMramand at Saiftere, is not fully
Eigitattie ecGoverument Expenses.
fromWashilltnt, dated. Nor. 24, says s le
correct statements are put korai with regard to
the estlitnteefer the Steal year ending June
:80th. It is asserted that the aggrepte
trtillen. '4,200,00;000 Sollars, but tub to eery
wide from the troth, T he hea' filingviest it at 9itemoo,ooos in
00 A ie j j o too large.
the 'estimates are the We and finty. Depart
, merits. The former ,.. foot ut, $535504;602.
The latter, aboatll4o,ooo;oo.o.detimates
for other debts are .tlm same as last year and
the aggrev(te will but little exceed 2012,0
Di:lnvention of War Democrats.
Catemso, Nor. 25,—The Northwestern co_
nautical, et War Semticrats 'brgenited this
isnoraing. The bush:awe of the -Convention
traasaisted With closed" dews, and none
but *malted delega estimatei Au.
the States named in t represented.
'GenerCal lehn.al, IdeClernand is President of
the ailon A oommittek 'a - nine, of
'which Judgaloverin of lii
hoe been appointed to frame a platform
Fart Porte.; .piwied. •
Reee4ol Nov.. 25.---The, WWI/ . of Vert
Porter -70010, burnitd; Van "sdoinft,, About
s4,oo4.nitOtt,at Oollitikt diietroyed.• The
lira growS4' to' be the work of an
yr3~~_,. x ~T~%!': Y. `*.i';~~r~ .I Y r ~~e~t.r`~ ia.._ xil'+
DRY' GOODS, 11;
A FISE RTOrni. 07
Gimpes and Trimmings.
♦ VIM. LINE OF
VELVET Itll3 BONS
Seasonable Gloves and Hosiery,
Of wry ot)le, and to suit oToryboly.
HOODS, Larri,P , A D BIG
SMALL WARES AND OT lON L 4
Ile~eln2utn, and all who bit; to soli aztin, aro In
sited to give ue wr nth, et mug lodnoolnellt
from n Lime awl well ednottl ntn. k.
MACBUM & GLYDE,
78 11.1.11 WET STRFIET,
Dom,. Furth and D7ap ~ d•
SI iTli MOUNT - A
J. M. BURCHFIELD'S.
TR}INCII lIERINOB, fur SI IS, clwap
EMPRESS MOTU. for St rhowp
FANCY SILK 6
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS
SATINETS AN D.E ENTI , c Y
ROUROT FLANSFI S
CANTON YLINN6 L ,,,td
SUAKISI: FLAN EL
A full übrtmemt of NEW GOONS. Call .11 ..•
CLOAK OB.NAkIENTS,OrIPURE LAM , : EILLUI
AND BINDINGS, LACE 'USE i. LAM, y 5 NA
COL:LAMA, KEELEY AST S WI I'S, in ,v.a i
atylee; LINEN U k NEI: E UCH lEFS' al '
11. 4 :' :‘, . 13 Prim: SILK & CAS:I‘. i
BEEBE NRehl SCARFS, KID.
DONS, ytowlius, KY—Atilt:US dr
RESCUES: FELT II ATS, 3IEA, Vit
li ATS, SILK HATS ; lIEAD.I/Trt,srEs a
HEAD-NETS, In evury :rl.: DONN ICT VEL
BONNET SILKS, 2.T1N0 CA PS, HOOF/
BOVA VE JACKL-T, BREA KFAF T C. PE!,
SONTAG-1k BALM:ORLI. SiilllTS;entinaly
new elYlea : SLY, iII:AKER, and other
1 , Le w iHVVP SKI Eirri, lI:BENCH S
A MES.rCAN C:IIL,ET.I, DA.I.•
SIOTIAL STOCKINGS, Pl.
bed, Shaker, K nil, and other hind.. ihr
N u ~,,,,,3 ,:,,,,,, , ~,L, IV NS ly millvauel
quAity ; good nNir. Eli) GLOVE!to dark col
ors and plain black, for fl 00 ; e t, ,, d WEITZ KIE
GLOVES for SI On; Ilen'e suirrLAND WOOL
SMUT ' S AND DitA%V NES, rod] Scot", a..rd
a fall line of other Cridergarnienta sod
liniahls, Gcx".t.s, !, biro. Women
•T WholP.ls awn:a up swirl,
Doyen from country, ADA city dealer., will And
our .tock st tim. suwortml, old prim. no low
as any other how
• JOSEPII IORN
TI A TJ M A R K ET STTLMET.
N E-w - GooD!
REDUCED PRICES !
BARKER & CO.'S,
59 MARKET STREET
Gent's and Boys' Wear,
13 A.Latloll-A.L. 1.1.114 V-114
GREATEST BARGAINS OFFERED THIS SEASON
Howl' BUY BRIfORE SERINO TIMM
cEnrs LiNEN CUFFS.
BATOR, MAGRI:MI & CO.,
SIIILL COLLARS •
• EATON, RUMAT CO,
„ • . .
Sa. TT AND 19 7nrina rn Prelilartan,r4.
ed. Aguas for , .
Atkinson's Steel Collaiti Att4olffsi.
VibitiN 'wing the appeoroacOuta otobmq
fortibuuWerko,futdunera; To=nivaraosi .
pentlEltoodlla 9;e l°— ."'""" - Too
I " Tqn"l4‘ ....- 1 NJ,-per
. -".CTO I Mooch.
oliono of o ll lo l r cen . to; or **Lira
Wg.l7 OLLA-B , fOt as OLD: Ofiltrry
iiS!LaT:'• • for moots-
or ten for .
na fiTPliad ' tWab
ifir atILAS"it ,VAKIERION, ,S;,. STEWART, WholAmosile
7 'mum' •
en • ' •R. 14 • c o ottamulizuen
abulr sci. un Gu rgood 3 ' stxtr. Pittibutek " 21 . 1 •
N MAIN ITV AGAINST LOSS BY
IFIRE.—FIVitiRLIN VIRE INV:M.O:CE COM
PANY OF PHILAV ELPIIIA. 021,x,43. 5 and 437
Chptnut street, neu Y
Statement of Alum., J.nry let. ISC4t, published
Agreeably to an act of Assembly, being—
linst 311.11-4,1 gtli, amply ses.ured._— 81ssq,en3 oo
Heal Estate (prcet val. *108,31 4 GI) cost 104,93.5
Temporary 7,341/111 on ample Collateral
&rac Stc,l.e kpreeeut —" value $8.667 72) oest.— bajau
Notes wail Bills Eseceisable.---.---. I,btl SO
Car The '
only protts from j‘remlotua wbich Cats
Company one divide by lays%ra from rime, srlaith
lin , e been dettrtnined. . Of Property,
lnattranca troole cm every desollOtio
In town stet countr) , at low as ern consbeent
Slime their incorporatbm, a parka of tbirty yearn,
they bare paid lasso+ by Ilre.to. mammal:ma mo tet yea
Foe, 2tfirliwayf Dalls.- - t, thereby aCordiog evidence
andge ot InstmancY, as well thoir abili
ty disposition to meet with promptness all lia
1..5C1 SIT Tt RT.
Lowe.. paid ductal; the your ISSS.
ChIIAL4 ..g, nunCkPr, \
decal D. Lewin, Edward
lai 'Pt nessr, 'Edward C. Dale,
David S. BrPRO, IGM W . twh,i.s,
&al:mot Grant, (loorge Fah*,
CHAISitr.S S.i. DASCS.EIi, Presideat.
F.LIVARD C. DMA; Vice President.
Us. A. SIZZL, 511/1.1011) rre - tar,
J. amt.unn COsi.
tny.l l'ilitm Northeant our. it'o..l & Third sta.
1 I.NSU RAN os.
lusurance Co. of North America.
Insurance Co. of the State of Peale.,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company
Itairlnlinranoe In the atom, OW and reliable emu
ponies um b. obtained on application to
fv?.7.dly Dnalo-'s Sulldlnga, 87 V's,ter street
W ESTE RN 1 NSURA NC E COMPA
NI OF PITTSI3I.Ikr.Gri ,
R. DILLLSR, Jr., Prexiderd.
G. 31. 0011110 N, Beentbiery.
(48ms, No. ill Waiter street, Spnng A Co.'.. 3Com.-
houso, up maim Pittsburgh.
Will Imo" ussusst all kinds 4/ rim and Mar
Risks, A Mose Instilolion managed /1, , Lgredo , lehe
ars sreLl 'known In dm easstesmoy, and who ore deer ,
mused, b.y promptness and arrnlity, to monition Vol
charade. which they Mn masons:l, as offering; the bent
ingestion to ihner iel , Atsire to we Maisel:
ASSETS, 0011/13£ 1 t 30, 1858.
Stool A5t0u,1i5........—. ........ -.- ...... -.. .5 63,000 00
, ilort.....ngos ................ -..---- ........ _... 2,len 00
. Mart Tornosre ...... ..--.-.... .............. -. 21/0 00
(Toil he...aunts, R.c 16.961 00
Premium T 4•.......- ............... .......--....- 27.696 14
Noun suil Bills 'ltlsoutuited_...•---.—... 174,0.5 11
D.u.r... ^ r ,
R. Miter, Jr..
Nathaniel Hoboes, 1
Alex... N1rn . ..1.,
thlhelot IF Smith,
C. V. hmi...teon, i
tr73o F. LI. clor.Dus. A.---.. , n , •
t AVITLY.N'S IN-A:: lt.:1 NCE c(impAN y
N , tIF PlTTSltt'ltttli. 0111,..c01val g.3.6+ tlat
Water 1.61.L5. ber,col.ll W3l.
lIMIAI.F.Y . Prerldest.
SA3II.:V.T. SZA., .seerst"...
Insures St.carigNo&W mud
Instate against Inas of damage in the narigetlnn
of the Southern and Western IL Lakes and
BAyous, ,tha the navigation of the Sone.
Insanel6. And &MVO by bre.
S. M. F"
.harteS 31. Cooper,
.1. Caldwell, Jr..
Joho B. Dihrorth,
Charts.. 11. Zug.
Jas. Park. Jr
W. G. Johnhoo.
B. F. Joao,
lion. T. h. liolre,
pEorLEs isstitiANCTE comPAistY
Office, N. E. corner Wood &Fifth Ste.
FIBN AND ILMISIE INSURANCE.
Rm. Phi Mrs,
Wm. B. Ilsyn,
John E. Par.ke,
Cl.v.rlce S. Els',ll,
Wm. Van litrk.
W3T . POIT.LIPS, Preridont
. JOHN WATT, Vito Praitical.
WM. F. 0 A!IDNI:11, kierreary.
FNY IS-SiIRA:SCE l'olll.-
ti r.va OF P7TTSI3I:IIGU. ORS'', No. 37
Fifth otget, Bank Block.
Inenre4 against oil Idnito ante , aid Moline lllet►
ISAAC JONES, Proviiient
JOIIN'D.IirCON.D, Vice Provided•
D M. BOOS
Tenon Jet. , .,
C. C. tinospy,
Capt. 13.. C. Gra,.
John Iraq?, Jr.,
B. L. ralineen..l-.
Welt Nt IC ac CALI ;EN ;
211 and 213 South Water Street,
N 05.17 AND - ID nil% BTUS=
W. P. JOICILS. dont.
Revs J. Tbiln.s.
Ron). P. Bakewell.
John 8.. ISl'vooo.
J.ane• D. Verner,
CapL, John 1.. Mondik,
gunnel P. Shriver,
Georw, T. Joore,
0. Ilanson Lore.
DEAN, (moral 4+2.a.
John P. YeCord,
Capt.. Ada"' J. 017%
B. B. Starting,
V. m. Deary,
Rnbt. 11. Davin.
VS" Couaignm.u4k solicits&
tyclay a Chorpenntng, Iron City Ott Work.
Jacob Painter, of J. Painter Co.
Jno. B. Chalfant. of Span, Chalfant Co,
AIDER & CLARK,
• A n d ruler.; In
Petroleum and its Products, Oils
OA DI.IIB, aO..
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Or Agents for tho PORTIA= ICEILOMIE
Woll}lB. NEW Y 0414 CANDLE
, 7 1 7: A.-unAPHAN, Mare,
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PSIIIE KNITS cA13.13014 Oil., trazzots LIID
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l i Oopscity TWO thousand Loo-rilipor kook.
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. . .
ALate at Win. 11. Woodorantid C 0.,)
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flieetal Itttrttltert lit9n to the ale of
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n.r of MARKET AND FIRST ytnEWrii;vl.l,47; tuba= pi t io ar o
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11.4adinso. itßisssssa. sod, Gnat streets.
Pittsburgh.' Desressim—,Dr.:A: 'Pollock, Dr. Ml.'
kris, Thrtylart übtitle, itussot listrtt.
COMMIRSION A rout! Amptsa m:vf.caeliTs,
Crude and Refined Petroleum,
No.lll TSWIN !ISM, T1TT51317"6013
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Crude and Refined Petroleum,
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.llnetrato onstrartod to our care trill reedy. a.
Ilebr to IttmeitCßtdogritoti, Maki Co'&.jirelrer
& 11.1 31eCtatood .t Dolts, Yittsburul.
That Smith, Esq., Prest. Bulk N. A, ; U. L. Foster
6 Co., P11416;1.41%1> '
poN CITY OIL WOIK:3.
LYDAY iII3HOVENNING ,
lianufsetarers Plattnero oft:ARLON OIL, MI,:
ZINII AND LEBILICATING OILS, ..nd dw.h-r• lu
Work., opp Ate a"rmb'n*
0111ce, lio. N ILA.ND sTioarr, •
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Ise WALNUT ST., PHIELDREFIIII.. .
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Chs . Caramisslaa azdzstrely. An d.e.r. now
STORAGE FOR aznyrn lucent;
CRUDE, man vocal eheds.
Funicular attaution to OM FOR
Fon Sas—CAUSTISODA,:SOD,V ASII, rzrowr.
General Merchandize Brokers,
13 sou= ram . BT., PHILiDELPIII %
CRUDE & RIKETIODiETTCOLEIT X,
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eolly . _ _
ALLEN gi NEEDLES,
MILMLISION ltrEl3 . CIIANIS
L'artioularr •lientlol2 pild to consigumona of
Crude and Refined Petroleum.
figfr Moral oirattoon owls.
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CRUDEdc BEFWED PgROLETTIL
T..,TPUI.:ATTNG OSL AHD tcr.'%.ll.lC.
Sid dcalar. fa Or-ade .d Rained PETROLEUM
BRE NV Mt, 13U RKI? &
Agents of t. .
optssz, PACIJICI AND LIDDATI OIL NOUNS.
Liberal sub advances matron oamsyznalmte of
Refined or Crude Petro/cum
COS. DlNtlaiili RAT et. LiA.IWOCK STB.,
lIEN need not be embarril.Fed by
U the culbrcentent of th. Out Ordinanne,
they their OIL barrelled and shipped
out touching the City 'Wharves, me cheap, m
emerald, with los risk, lees trouble and to bort.v
KIRK'S OIL YARD,
On the ARegbany 'fancy Railroad. above Les-resa
t Mt, where Oil te pumped from dm beats direct to
tit* cars, and slapped to say polo*. Rut or Rtst,
say prof sr re-eltlPPlog.
--Albordare promptly attanded to.
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Pest Ottim address, BOX 902. Pltteburgb ; or 1 ono
be mem tlally.at Om Oa EIVISAIGZ. •
IV—.n-)5 . 2. Is A..
WALLACE it CURTISS,
And dealers In
CRUDE dc EPW PETROLEUM,
iSZINT, A•_ID LI`TIRTCATTNO OMB,
Kg. ISt. SOUTH WHARVES. PHILAPBLPHIA.
Mr Storage capacity (adder cover) for 16,000 bbls.
♦lse excellent ikcilitlea for .hfrpirtz w oterimo
and Tor,tgo port., o= . wharf on th. Schuylkill
'Alves, near the platform of tko P. 3, It. Je2s:ly
WALES, wgrmoßE & co.,
SERVERS OF FETROLEUX,
11111kiAtrIsti LANG. NW
Ample facilities tor STORAGE AND SMITING
do& yard sad wharf. pED ROOT.
DLOION D 0
Reda' and. Deals! in Carbon Oil,
trainniasedni any to the market.
or-Orders loft at their offico . , No. SI
STNESI, or at their works-1n Lowcenervilk, 'Ali to
flair atlenclod to... Bayer Lt
No. I IST. CLAIR ST., PITTFIBUBftIi,
FOrwarding & Commission E4rohairt,
4114 D DIULZEI Isf OIL 3-
oarrammthanzo, LITIMCATISO , cruDE
mrsoLismi 011.8, fr.., ecostentl7 co hand ena
fec sale a! the Iwo; market prices. Opusigninents
end erd.re solicited. • ep7dint_
IV , G. VOLD'S= . Itowxbur.
WOODVILLE OIL 1:t1EFI NEM'.
GEO. W. nOmrsicni , al. co.,
thutuLu-torereed,BUDNlNO OIL AND LOB-RICA
TER() OIL. .Neep castuntly =hand the , very beet
yotalily of MINING OIL clear sz4eolot ;
.Lo, plod LUBRICATOR?. parar.PRITII B I :
And CAN GU NAPE. - ,
'or:Ars left II -nevi
PoLnlc Bloekteeecmd.flotir; sill to rasmOy sueoded
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