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THITUDAY MOBSING=NOV. 28, 1868.
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
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• Timm Will be no EVESTNG GAZETIT issued
from this *Mee to-day, nor will our Morn
ing Edition appear on Friday morning. We
' are desirmu that all should observe OM; ,lay
whioh.the President:has Oct apart as a (hi,' of
National Thanksgiving and Praise, for, the
great deliverances which Almighty God bath
vouchsafed to tis, in the late times of nnpar
alleled danger, through which the nation has
passed.,
Mut Battle at Cbattanooga—Hospttal
Supplies Wanted.
Tha late battle between the forces of Gen.
Grapt and Gen. Bragg, at Chattanooga, has,
doubtless thrown thousands of wounded sot
Cars Into the hospitals, and increased supplies
are urgently demanded. This is reasonably
inferred from the tenor of our telegraphic ad
•ioes, and from the following dispatch, just
rooeived by the Sanitary Committee in this
oity
Lomat - ate, Nor. 24, 1863-1 b the Sanitary
Cu nt . l 'tato., Pit:able:l7A A dispatch from Dr.
Newberry, Chattanooga, calla at once for all
our stocks, at Nashville and here, of com
presses, bandages, condensed milk, beef, stim
ulants, &c. " It. J. floors,
Assistant Secretary.
The Sanitary rooms, in this city, aro at No
56 Fourth street. Let the response be cheer
ful, generous and prompt.
. .
Sentence of an Abottionist.
•
On Monday last, Dr. A. L. dittoed, of liar
risburg, who had been tried and convicted for
procuring an abortion on the person of Louisa
Hußabe:ger, was sentenced by Judge Pearson
to pay a fine of one hundred dollars, and un
dergo an imprisonment of three years andi
four month, in the penitentiary. In passing
sentence on tho doctor, Judge Pearson ad-
dressed him thus
Forgetting the duties you owe to 'society,
disregarding the commands of God through
his revealed will, and the criminal laws of
the country, you deliberately and purposely,
for wicked gain's sake, undertook to destroy
the faints or child with which Louisa Hulls
bergor was then pregnant. By this criminal
aet,intentioaally directed against an embryo
human being, you unfortunately took away
the life of the mother as well as el:oil of the
M
offepring—thits destroying two hu
man beings. Had yournictivee, like
coon
of
tble poor distroseed female, bean to ceal
your shame, we would have sympathised with
and pitied your misfortune, but you have no
such excuse. Your motives were mean and
mercenary, prompted by a nicked desire for
gain. Yon stated that your regular fee in
such cases was twenty deltirs, to be paid in
advanee,f.therebYproprong that the business
ha
was bitnal; that you followod producing
abortions as a regular profession; and the
whole evidence shows that you performed this
moot criminal operation with as mach cool- I
ness and indifference as you would the suer-
itorions tailing of relieving the pain and elf-
tering of any ordinary patient.
Not only are such pratdices abhorrent t
law and morals, but are highly unprofession
o
al. The reepeotable physician turns aside
from and discards all . applications of that
character with loathing.
The noble profession of which I fear you
are an unworthy member,was established to
heal 'the tick and snortde the sufferings of
poor human nature, and when perverted to
the base purposes of destroying embryo life,
must rocaivo the execration of all well think
ingphysicians.
You well knew at the. time of doing this set
that you were not only jooparding the life of
this poor remote, but subjecting yourself to
punishment in the penitentiary, as you cau
tioned her to soirecy for fear of that penalty.
If not restrained by any ecriee of moral ob
ligation, or fear of the !awe of your country,
the danger—rthe almost certainty, of bringing
obloquy and disgrace upon your family and
kindrod, should have operated seen effectual
prevention. I sincerely sympathrro with the
highly respectable family with which you are
connected by marriage. I ev en pity your-
Belt, althoug h -must condemn yourerrors
Arid transgressions. Bat pity must not find
such a place in the bosoms of those whn ad- -
minister the law a.-to induce them to over
look crime like this, or to treat it with leni-'
entry. We are not only
.obliged to punish the.
repetiwwpittrators of crime in order to prevent its
ition by the particular offender, but also
to deter others item , like practice, and we'
sincerity hope that all phyaioianthwho so far
forgot their professional duties as to take ad
vantage of their professional knowledgb to
bearnlia ishortionista, will be deterred by the
cone. sequences to you, from pursuing it in fu
tur
The poor ignorant female who participated
with you. in this horrid aot has already
stoned for her crime by a death of the most
esamtiating suffering,both of mind and body.
W. hops 'that sbe has obtained forgiveness.
Yon amt.. atone, for- your transgreasions by
oceinnement in the cells of the penitentiary,
11 here reflection wilt probably produce re
pentance.
• The Guffy Station Riot Case.
Tho Greensburg llexutd, in alluding to the
late trial:of Capt. J. R. Stewart and others,
for alleged riot •at Gnffy station, while the-
Pittsburgh excursion train was on its way to
the Uniontown Conventipn, In October but,
Tl2O Ulan having. stopped at Gully's, a lot
~.; ; ;..of soldiers who were on the train noticing a
, tag Costing to the breeze with the names of
:At Woodward and Lowrie inscribed upon it (and
ntes alleged , Coppailtencl-ledges attached
to Wand: remoikbeAnig_ the aid and ccatfirt
. In the South had received from
. • Z.Woddßard'A Spunk: in_Philadelphia, in the
winter of 1881, and his decision against the
. righter soldiers votingwidie in the field lit 4..
tlingtfov the lifeafßre Government-and for
the protection of their homes, Jumped from
the Rain determined to pill down the Sag.
.11 appears that, they.berame furious and acted
K hadly. A. number otpersons of the higheet .
tespeetability, who were on the traln,vere.
i • inditee4 to get off and ',lnvent these excited
soldiers from violating the law,
or from doing'.
any aetagainst. the peace and dignity et the
:Commonwealth eis
. -Amgit those who lvenf
Into the yard to restrain violence and to keep
; the place were Capt. Stewart—ebice elected.
Sheriff of , Allegheny county—Capt. iforgen,
11x....Rzu-rison, and several title.
i• era. These men succeeded in getting the ex
: eited soldiers•awarfrom the premises. But
fof their laudable, efforts they hhind them
'. fetes indicted . el rioters, and were tried in - 1 -
'f ear Court As snob. The jury found a verdict
"of instil(' tri relation to' Stewart, and a young
titan: named. Campbell„ , but acquitted all the
rest.
• Western Telegrams:
. ,
•
We hare so frequently had cause Of . rdilf- 1
plabitin regard4o the treatmentecthe West
ern press, by the Nair York Astoolited Presi,
thatir Tepid seem that association had
. , .
' lleliata entirely innocent of any intention to
'pertain Ilieir pertrut the contract made with
the press. -ALsort dally , we Ind in Eastern
l ' itbeis,ltents of newt „furnished by the - duo= '
•ciete•Press, and which are eel 'furnished to
ut as per centrist:4.- • Our 'Washington
snondent, recently, avoided sending Ice an
abs,tract of `the, letter, of lion. John Minor
r. MOW. to the Itfclunond Ermaksio, because the
i. Associated'Preer had - undertaken to , send it.
We now and-theta fall ilia tract was furnished
to thri - press In'the Eastern cities on Tur4day
not one, line was ! furnished in
this City. This it but one of many speciiiin •
mutat violation of contract. Let the Won
! ern Associated Press be speedily established.
blanHer for the Soldiers.
The ladies and gsntleinen.'ctlmposing the
4 1 -4htistilMee: COmniittee are _having a busy
• time preparing - ;for the Thanksgiving dim
- which
;not, - are to he served to the soldiers
::in:this Li scoTed at the
. ;.Respital in the Magi Ward; to. the sick and
;:weita_ded at the Girard Masai re the Pro
. typist uslard;,at Camreopetand, to .the troop,
Amy. The' number to be provided for will be
_thOlweinftbree and E3ll 2 handsel . The Com
- wiltteehave. the requisite materials on hand,
'and' the • tables will be epread - to the wet,
boentkfai *saber.
IZZ=
Genera. ono or the German Reahemeif r CUES 1 Cocci OR COLD firaDtLY.--
Church. Some will tell you to sweat, bathe; and take
Arreimooe sem en , de o , y . l . synod con - burnt brandy and sugar; but we say no
earned', better than is a safe and tanTre
vaned, and was opened by singing and pray- :he of the above, in Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Cr, In German, by Roe. R. Koehler, of Akron. Cough Syrup, which has stood the test of
Ohio. I years of experience. Dr. Keyser eels that
The regular order of the day, the discussion ; be prepares
and the public may rut satisfied teat
every bottle of thin medicine him-..
it
of the Liturgicalquestlon, war taken up, and f eel
will
be prepared with the same care as here
the discussion continued. tofore. One thing we know, that fora cough,
ROT. J. Ritetervik, in behalf of the Ger- cold, or lung disease of any kind In the in
man portion of the Synod , oPohe of the eipioncv it has no Heel. We say this much
as journalists, publie joual:a' re ts, and are sure we will de
pormnce of being properly eduested. The some gond by directing untien to it.
German ministers are mostly missionaries. Dr. Keyser makes his P ectoral for two rea-
The material upon which they have to operate I sons to satisfy public demand, is one; to
is widely different from that which the Eng- make an honest living is the other. Sold at
lish mission:erica meet: They have Liturgies Dr. Keyser's Dru g Stocs Sr. 140, W oo d
which are orthodox to the core. The "Pre,- ; street.
visional Liturgy" b not, according to the do-
OST mORTRa RIAXITATION --COTOtIOT
ciaion of the majority of the German minis- C lung heel an tn. yesterday oft.re oon ,
tern,German Reformed. The Germans, be
said could not be educated into the adoption over the body of Mrs. Warner, found dead.
of the Liturgy in its present form—they are I ear l' in the o ing on the' pavement on
heartily in favor of a revision. o mrn
uith streeeinfront of her daughter's-
Theamendment to the amendment . was
house. A newsboy, who noticed her at first,
thee teloted. brought the infosmation to the Mayor's office,
The original amendment was then taken u
when officer Barber hurried to the plane, with
for consideration. The President, Rev. J. N P .
several others. Deceased, as already noticed.
I lived with her 'daughter, and was lately rather
Nevin, D. D , then addressed the Synod on
the resolution, to revise the Liturgy. Ile did '
I weak-minded, fancyine herself amongststran
g etc. ' The verdict was—death front nate
not think that thin Synod had a right tosub-
Tart the action of the Eastern Synod two years rat causes.
before this General Body had come into exist
ence. Be had been opposed, from the begin
ning, to a revision of the Liturgy in the pres
ent condition of the Church. The grand of
revision has not yet been hued on, and there
fore the difßeultiel In the way of revision are.
at present insurmountable. We are not pre-'
pared to go into this work. The work cannot
be altered without killing it. If the Synod
wants a more pulpit Liturgy, it cannot be
formed out of the one now offered to the
Church. A pulpit can ho formed much bet
ter by casting the Provisional Liturgy entire
ly aside. Would we be prepared to repudiate
and renounce our eacraniental ideas ? A re
vision would involve this elimination, and
land us on the bleak chore cf bold Puritan
ism. Are we ready to say that there are no
powers conferred in the solemn act of ordina
tion, by the laying on of hands ? In them no !
Grace in the Sacraments: corresponding with
the outward signs ! Do hoped the Synod
would vote against revision, no matter what DIED': eiLLAGII/Gl.—On Wedneedny morning, Nevem
individual members might think concerning a b er 25th, HANNAH GALLAGIINR, in Ms 73d year
Liturgical worship. In view of the general of ber ago.
principle involved, we should not vote no- The &tooth of the family are respectfully invited to
cording to our individual notions or predilec- attend the ftmeml, ee Tureens. Arrmerorm, at 2
lions.
'clock, from hoc lam residence, Fulton strott, above
Elder S . D. Kieffer, M. D., then addressed o
the Synod in behalf of thr Elders prcsent. Ito Webster.
thought that altwere satisfied as to the great wt.vtNE.R,
slysyt.—N 7 vember 2.3 th, lsro, ELIZAJINTH
U
Want felt for a Liturgy, and that from the agent he years.
!open and free discussion to which he had lie- fa
I The ,
Pined, the mature of this want war tolerably 10
the naidonoe of bee d
Mrs. Moore, No. 5.1
non
well understood. Ile hoped the amendment
would not Carry, inasmuch as the book would I Fee"'
not admit of sucha pruning as is proposed. iu
that case it would come before the w or ld 'I'ITI':IRV - R.off TMEITHE
_
“likora rooster With frozen feet." __
The vote.wes taken and the amendment co- i Donee[, told positively last eight of
tad down.
The original resolution Was then adopted, VESTVALI,
which gives the Synod of Ohio the liberty to who will smear es GAYER. lottl SIA7TFO ORSINI.
go into the preparation of such a Liturgy as
they may think necessary. The report was
adopted as a whole-
Thecommittessto nominate a Seeday School
Board, submitted their report, which' was
I adopted. •
The committee on correspondence reported,
twhicb, after an amendment, including the
"Erangelischa Perrin de* Neatens, was adopted.
~ A committee of Mee warapperinted to open
correspondence with the Reformed Confer
ferences oftlerzneety and Switzerland.
Dr. Gerhart reported.that the opening ser
mon preached by Rev. Dr. J. W. Nevin, was
ready for distribution. This able and pro
found address will no doubt meet with a ready
sale, es It fully del/elopes, from the Incarna
tion stand point, the peculiar animus of the.
Reformed Church.
Rev. J. 0. Becher offered a resolution, ask
ing Synod to risque( the classes to m•}ai teen
in the testnration of the name "Reformed,"
and in the erasure of the name " Gsrs.s."
Adopted. Adjenened.
Synod met at 7 o'clock—the Presinient
1 1 the chair. The sessioa was opened with slug
lags and prayer by Rev. I. H. Reiter. The
report the Commit'te on the state of the
Church was submitted, which was r , ..eived
iced adopted. The report brings many points
of interest to view. During the last quarter
of a century [Le Ohureh has grown very rap
idly, in numbers, in life, end in Christine
zeal. Ger members are gradually be
coming fully aroused to the great imL
penance of the mission which the Reformed
Church, in this country has to fulfill.
Wo hare now ono General Synod, two district
Synods, twenty-seven Classes, about five hun
dred ministers, twelre hundred oongregations,
one hundred thousand baptized members, and
about one hundred and fifty thou. -rind con
firmed membere, aboat ono thousand Sunday
reheats, two theological seminaries, one mis
sion house, feat colleges, besidea quite a mau
ler, of: collegutte institutes and academies,
BCTLlXmligiorts papers, one monthly magazine
.and now one' quarterly
. - review: s a board of
home adssierns, a board of foreign mission!,
Mideeit
and an orphans' home.
Resolutions of thanks—to Grace Church
congregation, and others, who se hospitably
entertalued the members of Synod; to the fel
, lowing railroads, for allowing the members of
'Synod to pass over their roads at half fare:
to the .Columbus and Steubenville Railroad,
Allegheny Valley, Pennsylvania Central,
Cumberland - Valley, Lebanon Valley, Last
Pennitylvania, and Norther Central; to the
repor**,. Revs. C. Con, G. 11. 'Johnston, T.
J. Berkley, T. P. Bucher, and J. I. Swandre,
for their -efficient hibena, in furnishing a sy
nc/Pleb of the proceedings of Synod In the
Pittsburgh Deity Coireeereiret„ pitpatch, Goretfe,
Chronieltietid Poeg—Ateie unatumolpsly adopted.
Rmereed, That in conformity with the ad
taudtions .of the Italy Scriptures, and in
imitation of the-embattle of bur ecclesiastical
lathers, during the period of the Revelation,
this Synod admonishes the . .pastors-and mem
bers of 'the ehemilies„..under care, to remota
her that the "Pterers that bi are ordained of .
God," mid. that it is, the solemn duty of all
'Clirisdans el:truing, the protection of such
civil_ retort!, topray for them, and that we
should feel specially obligated to do so during
6*de:a M peri? like that throagh,whintrour
'bOlevedoeuntry is' nifinepaising.
The;ininutes. were then read and adopted,
and afterekierelLhael'beeri called, the Synod
4tdjetirzled, and was cloned withtinging, and
prayer, and the Apostolic Benediction.
214.
Oar Book Table.
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Pccrtsa
A TILL Or TIBI . BILIf 'I/1A511710x. By
• nes Hargett: Ntow Tarr: Catletot, 413 Broad
- f_ l lttabmstr: Ter salt by ileum ea Miner, 71
and •
7Z ilfth street. 50opp. 12 o.
"There aro a hundred faults in this th ing,"
'.*role OM author of "The Vide: oixiVakefioie,"
Jo the few prefatory lines with which ho in -
IM4tteed that exquiAta story to the readers
of a hundred years ogo • , -7httt ho Immediately
added, with etuerming:tiAvelos: "a ; hundred
thiugamight be : said to 'prove beankal."
$o :probably,. the reader of Epes Sargent's
book will feel, after closing the volume, as be
:paOsiatit u retiorti critio-wise, the plot of the
stair Mrd Iteclutracters. Be it remarked,
however, t3bt . ur to that trine the critic will
be thoroughly lust in this eager, onward bur
theBlloontitsw intentness of
model reader whore Sterne has eh troll de
. ilfAelyPX.ltktTilitillg. bienseltup.
morn o his author, and willing to be pleased,
Nus knowa not why an,d s cares not Whorefere."
:43nikisis k kirk:lei - to oey of tll6 - 11160, that it
derives not a little of the interest which it
ee"rfite7y Lae, fieio Itio fact that It deals with
living questions and living men --which gives
*moreover a dogreo of piqUithey, never to be
:expected Ifi.'znozejy liktoebbil or doctrinal
;norelForitteg..: We are,, firm fret to last,
thYodklient.the 'entire' Conn* of , the story,
brqught L into contact' with both men and
events, whose Mimes are laminar vapour ears
as household werds:—We -have no manner
of doubt that "Peculiar" Is going to be one of
the most, pepular books of this exccedldnly
TMti pitbliehlog..season. .
City'
0. tei.44 l l l 44 l ixailVijoien to the
Board of Health, reports the following. deaths
fbr the Weak commencing Nor. I,sth raid end
ing Nor. 22(11'Slates .
Whlte 27 jTotal., .... 27
Females.... 14 Colored 0 . ,
Of the diseasos tharo were: T yphoid ibrer !
2; unknown, 2; consumption, 2; dellritim
tremeni,l; inflammation of bowels, I;' typhoid
pneumonia, 2. .white swelling,- I; ehronip
ro
bnchitis, 1; dropsy, 1; still-bore, 3; olden , • - 14013:1m
tie, I; diptherlav-21-tneaslcs, 1; convulsions, - namityrity.
2 ; .ca r b i tin s , 2; pneumonia , 1; typhoid toter, j_y
I; abscess on epiglottis, 1.
DIZ, F. PrlibigNßEttia
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• BROWN'S Baoircuran TomoEs, for Colds, Hu mulcted itn , PloggiceOhl!Prertnikm.B4
el "g h2, Pnimeass i and Asthmatic trcu i d a l, No. 143 PENN eTtarr two don below Pitt.
are highly rocomanoded • and• prescribed by
Physisns and Burgeon' in The Artoy. lettsborait, Osetber!itl!ti&
Hones STOLILT.—Mr. John Fox, of Middle.
,town, Westmoreland county, had a valuable
horse, with saddle and bridle, stolen from-his
stable on the night of , the 'mod inst. The horse
was a light bay, with a small ,lepp 010411 left
shoulder. Mr.. Fox offers a rewartijOrlstly
dollar" for tho leonvery of the htlflibi:And
twenty dollars for the erreet of dwelt-1W
NOTIOL—The Pintail:leo will iitigopen to
day (Thanksgiring day,) from — half-past
saran until half-past eight o'clock in the
morning, and from half-past Eve to half.past
six in the craning.
Owsrsus Ind carriage ealL will be taken at
the Omnibus. office, No. 410 Penn street, day
or night. All orders left at the above place
will be promptly attended to. AU calls mot
-be paid in advance. •
On FBIpAY EyENrsu, the ci.labraied drama of
GANDA, OR THE JEWISH MOTHER.
Overture Orchestra.
A MLLE YETITALI will appear as OR
SINI, and sing OA oriebrated "Drinking Song" from
"Lricta.tfa Borgia.•
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
PATENTED ODTODDIL 13,3163
IV t (~,
Da . k 1.: e,
Light Hue
Frnsell7ll.
gore Ifr
Dark Er, ,m,
Is* /imam,
~ .kA c , .....,
c hn-ry,
(14durro
bq l / tb,
/AA, Drab,
r n. Drab,
L. Fatal. D
roi• Dyeing
-ed Goods. Shawls,
Scarfs.
...totes, Bonnets, Hata,
Feathers, Sid Urea Childrett's Clothing, and all
kin es r.r tV:ariug Apparel.
64- 4.IIAVENIi pr SOPER PG
For rents yon ban color S ee p ma ny ; r.ll as would
others'''. good nye times that snm. I twin°. shades
can be pnvit.-ed from the soefe dye. The precnes
simpON and any ene'ewn woe the dys with perfect
•-reees. Direction. in English, Trench and German,
it tee of rad, package.
Per limber itlfberiathits ir , r Dyeing, and ijr , rig •
perfect bumf ler4pr who: colors are best adapted to dys
over others, alth many valuable recdpee,) porches,
Hoer & Stevens" Treatise nn Dy e ing and CektrillE.
bent by mail .of receipt of priee--10 cents.
Slanntfetnred by t IIDWE & STETEES,
irU Broadway, Boston.
noll
For sato by dnagi„-Ists and deal's generally.
TILE SIII,..'CRIBER will offer at ppri
vate sal., the Sm. Gra AND Tra DAYS Of DKCEIIBEN, at No. 111 Second street., Pitts,
burgh, Pa., the Wowing improved WARMS, afloat+
in Nuth 2. 1 / 3 r and Chippewa townehipa, Deaver
enumv, tll baing it in from 3 be IS% miles from
EtallrOad Stations, convenient to ChtenDise, &Imola
and village market. :,
•
316 acres, e. gable of dividing Into throe neat
farms, or be sold as a whole.
100 . 1mcss adjoining the shores to be mold as • II•p11-
rat, tot, 2 from rillr.4.id Station.
51 acres 4 miles from Nem Brighton.
66 acres 6 mile. (11:11 Non Brighton.
142 acres 6y, miles from Neer Brighton.
After dm 7th of December, all of the stave not sold
or under emselderation from bids ifkred, mill be
elthdrown from We.
n024:1 DAVID DUNLAP, Agent.
TSPIW PUBLICATIONS.—BoutweII's
I:Itilled Stores Tax System.
.Iff i'elltical kkooony, 2 vole.
Tbackeray'm Roundabout Paper.; Illustrated.
Eitetory of the Sioux War of latl2-3; Mannered.
lk Harrel'. New Work—Sly Farm at Edgwood.
13./lendablp_ of Christ, by fingh iller.
fitzw,Cl oar Roma.
Riven. arri Rattle-If fold by Capt. Noyes.
Flower, Vraft C Thom Pieces, by Jean Paul, 2 vle.
Tlbur, " f via.
Levens., or thif Doctrine of Ednytion, "
Bayard Taylor's New Work—Hannah Thornton.
Rrokan adomos--• new novel of great poor.
Peter Curradlue, by Caroline Cheseboro.
_Author Rallam's Ltterary Eternally.
Zr.. }Re'. Meditations on Life.
For rale by. • KAP & CO., 56 Wood street.
CHEAPER THAN.EVEIi
,B:04?TE! !HOES
A.t Wholesale Prlo'eas
We Sr. now obtains out our large and IND selected
'stock of BOOTS. Ahm.snor9 at,wEloissals prime,
And oontinus to tio se until the first of Doom
bor. Persons nesdlng .4 . 1001111 BILDItih will get
bargains by calling this week at
WOO. it. 8081A.1013,
non. STRESS, 9d door from 6th.
Ic_
EW JiOOKS 1 NE4 - .130010 I
Daring and Buffering. A history oi the Great
ItadroartAdmenture in. Georgia, by Lieut. Williap
Pitt Inger. 1 vol.
MM=I
Ike lilarrel'a Raw Book—Ally !arm of Edgenrood.'
'I Tr lexatt. • •
Ths Last Timm, by Seim
Minden Phillips' Speeches end Leettireit.
Oar Sunday SclutoLazuLllow we Usually, It.
bew supply Just received.
no;
J.. L. READ, TS Fourth street.
E AND BAiL
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Not . 0.41,..ht, ' . .t,adrion to th. - : . 'f" -4- Tt . "'
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THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
FR OM InflillirGTOJr.
Special Dispatch hs the Pittsburgh Gazette.
The indications are that the amount for
which-the Treasury is to be called on to carry
on the war, and to sustain the several branch
es of the Gorernmont through the ensuing
fiscal year, will be very considerably lees than
has been anticipated: The exact figures of
the War Departmentestimatos are understood
to amount to 035,000,000, and that of the
Navy Department to $142,000,000. An ap
proximate statement for other expenses will i
he for the Interior Treasury and ether depart
ments, $26,000,000. The interest on public
debt is $88,000,000. The diplomatic, expenses
are increased, but this will be balanced by the
docreause in the amounts asked by the Land
and Indian Bureaus. The estimate for the in
terest on the public debt is believed to be large.
The debt is largely increased in the item
of five-twenty bonds and deereaseein certifi
cates of indebtedness. Theweven-thirties fall
due during the fiscal year, (or which these
estimates are made, but it is yet undecided
whether to pay them in gold or paper; and,
as they are convertible into sites of 'Bl, It is
uncertain how large an estimate or whether
any is needed for their redemption. The
whole amount of these seven-thirties payable 1
in the ensuing year is one hundred and thirty
nine millions, partly duo on the 19th of August
-and pert on the lit of October, 1884.
Certifisates of indebted/mom cannot be gives,
as their amount will depend on the number
yet to be Maned. It Is estimated, however,
at about one hundred and forty-fire millions.
In addition to this the temporary loan is doe
any time on sixty dayenotice. .This loan bits
been reduced, by payments, withi n the l ost
mouth, from ever one hundred millions to less
than sixty millions
LATEST OISPATCHILI raom CHATTANOOGA.
The following are the latest ollcial dis
patches from Chattanooga:
Chattanooga, Noo. 2 L—Yesterday at half
past 12 esloek Granger's and Palmer's corps,
supported by Howard's, were advanced di
rectly in front of our fortifications. They
drove in the enemy's pickets and carried his
first line of ride pits between Chattanooga
and Citico creeks. We captured nine commis
sioned OfficHTS, and about sixty enlisted men.
Oar lose is about 111.
To-day Gen. Hooker carried the north elope
of Lookout Mountain with a small lees on our
ado, and a loss to the enemy of 500 or ano
prisoners. Tho killed and wounded 'aro not
reported. There has been continuous fighting
from twelve o'clock until after night, but our
troops gallantly repulsed every attempt to re
take the position. Gen. Sherman crossed the
Tennessee river at daylight this morning, at
the mouth of ths &Inch Chickamauga, and
crossed the north extremity of Missionary
Ridge.
Dark Gramm
Light Gran,
arw.mga,
Mouse,
Marcos,
Palk,
/Nrk,
Soya Pompls
Ealawn,
Starlet,
Sate,
SoVorak,
Valet
Yellow.
Our success so far has been complete, and
he behaviour of the troops admfrable. •
;Signed,] G. 11. THOMAS, Maj. Gen.
Chattanooga, Abe. 24.—The to-daypre
petted favorably Sherinan carried the end
of Missionary Ridge, and his right is now at
the tunnel Of and left et Chickamauga Creak.
The troops flow Lookout Valley carried the
point of the Mountain, and they now . hold
the eastern slope and Point High. I cannot
yet toll the amount of casualties, but our 101/
is not heavy. Rooker reports two thousand
prisoners, besides which a small number have
fallen dote okr bands from Missionary Ridge. I
U. S. Ga.isr, Maj. Gen.
rucranstooNfil measkos.
It is well understood that the Pre:Mel:Cs
Mcs.sace is to discuss the question of the re
coastruction of the Union in some of its hoar
lugs, and it is given out that the position he
is to take will be the natural artqctence of his
proclamation of.emancipatiou, and it will be
regarded by the earnest friends of liberal
principle' as guaranteeing security for the
Nines in toLdisporltion of the question.
FILO3II :MCAT! rnilllTO It T.
The Land Office has received from Esmer
alda, Netada, epecimens of iron, plumbago,
gold and silver rook, gypsum coral clay, and
chalk. There has been large sales of lands In
differont parts of the conntry. Berenteen
thousand acres hays been taken up by war
rant..
COl7O/ EIPECPUTIONS
Gen. C. B. Hovey, of Illinois, to undentood
to hare acknowledged before the McDowell
Court-Martial, that •he had been engaged In
cotton speculations, and hod transperted,the
cotton In Government waitrons.
RtVIRIr or RTZLL'II OLD CORPS
Jed Davis reviewed Ewell's old corps, now
commanded by Xsoneral Early, at ..liorton's
Ford, over the Rapidan, yestorday morning.
Ewell gar* up the command on account of
hie lame leg. •
Mr=
A messenger from General Henke, •ho came
through the rebel Lines, stopping at Castle
Thunder, reports that Lee's army is strongly
patted, but. numarleally not en strong as in
supposed.
rou tacos WAJITID
- .• •
The Qua:tent:as tor General is to ash for one
hundred and tlfty more clerks. Other Burenn.,
are also scent, and need more force to keep
up with the bindtiets pressing upon them.
_• . TII3 TRILIPTII 'LUX= CAVALRY,
Lieut. Col. Hashrouolt Dula, left this Altai.-
noOli for Chicago Yii Pitt/It/Ugh, toroonalt
under the Uorgardutlon u roteranii. They
expect to reach Clifosso on Friday evening:
TRH SITUATION AT KNOXVILLE.
SKIRMISHES SONSTANTIXIMING ON.
ni,:.„ '.- .- 4 . 4 ,... z.
tijavestec . with Batteries.
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-.,.-„,.... 7. -„ ;; -,- - ENOXVILL; Nor. 12, 113/n.
Thursday morning revealed a line ea rifle
pits which the enemy had thrown up cioring
the night. A house near ore works was occu
pied by . their sharp-she:ltem, to the i annoy
ance of our men, until our batteries I she ll ed
1 them out. During the ds'y the rebels! opened
with a battery beyend the sensual depot, and
threw a few 'hells. It Ti. silenced! by our
w f
guns on Friday. A dentin:ay tiro 'w tope
up between the skirmishers. To d dusk
the enemy opened with•a new bane of six'
- pieces; end again threw a few she ll , In the
night a briniest and stumessful s ortie was
made to burn a house on the oudon
..,
road; which interfered with our m e The The
rebels wens driven from their e pits
and Cho house ,burnsd; when our mon maw
back,.ehelling them as they did sc. I
Saturday a rein set In, hurting nil' ly all
day. The operationsof, the day were ntloed
to skirmiehes.;
mi w
To-day skirmishes have been e stonily
going on along the -whole' fina. - *:,,/ - re thet a
have been ezohangetthetween the ba tteriee.
The enemy have inregtod th ia,Ofty w th bat—
teries. Rile pits ire - qiitteletetn earl works;
and their' ebaxpehooterc ocomsnually rick of
a mem' • • '•- ' ' '' -, S.'
The Draft In Balttmere. ,
Burn - fool,Nov. 2a.-}'he Oman Attire's-
Aill 9.1119,171. :-
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BY 7XLP,GBAPE.
TC - Aatuxorox, Nov. 25, 1863
GOREN it WST ?INA YritA
CNATTINOOOA, Nov. 25.—We areocietpleteli
vioterious. The enemy Is totally roiled and
driven from every potation. Chir Ma is small.
The enemy's less is heavy In primmer'.
On Friday Hooker eau se ouocessful in'
his movement against Lookout Mountain,
that the enemy evacuated that petition dur
ing the night.
Hooker took possession early this morning.
The enemy moved Smith and got eit
Missiea
ary Ridge, on the battle - fieldsomewbere near
Chickamauga. Ho is expected to Intercept. I
the - dying" febrile: Gen. 'Hooker le said to
have not captured less than 2,000 prisoners in
his magnificent assault of Lookout Mountain.
Gen. Sherman being all prepared, began en
assault at Ba. m. to-day upon the strong I
position of the enemy, et the north sad of
Mission Ridge. Ho had the day before takerivi
a kill near the position of the enetay, but, eem
'mended by their artillery, he had to descend
into a valley and then make another ascent to
the position hold by the enemy. Two ensue
coastal assaults were fnado, bylherman, bat
with the eo.operstfon of this centre, he ulti
mately gained the position and completed the
victory. The brigade of Gen. Mine, with a
pvtion of Gen. Lighi.k a's brigade, composed
the storming party In the fiat assault, any
they were repulsed with quite heavy loss after
an attack being persisted in for en hoar,
but being reinforced, were enabled to held a
part of the bill.
In thin attack General Came was Wounded
quite severely in the thigh. The 17th Ohio,
6th lowa and lu3d Linnets were in the attack.
A second assault was made at half-past one i
o'clock, in which Mathias', Loomis' and
Runt's brigade. were engaged. The feral
reached within twenty yards of the stutamit of
the hill and work, of the enemy, wino they
were flanked and broke, retiring to the re
serves.
In this assault Gen. Mathiam was wounded,
and Col. Putnam, of the 93d Ohio, was killed.
Their persistent 'forte compelled the enemy
to MILES heavily on his right, in order to hold
the position of so much importanoe to him.
About three o'clock Gen. Grant alerted two
°mum= tiniest the weakened centre, and in
au hour's desperato..fighting, succeeded in
breaking the centre and gaining possession
of the ridge, in which the enemy was posted.
The main force was driven northward towards
Gen. Sherman, who opened on them, and they
were forced to break and seek safety ins dis
qrdeted flight down the western slope of the
ridge and across the western slope of the
i.isarnauga.
We have taken not less than 5,000, and psr
haps 10 ,000=priseners. Gen. Honker will pro
bably intercept the flying enemy in the
vicinity of Roseville, and the region East of
it. There are reports that we have taken a
whole corps. Among this caittalties are Lieut.
Col. Espey, 60th Ind., Maj. McCawley, 10th.
lowa, Col. Omar. 90th 111., Lt. (lel Stuart,
006 Maj. Vl'Llcor;loth Me., Maj. Welih.
111., Mej. Innis, 6111 lowa, wounded.
Maj. Irwin, nth Ohlo, killed. Pull reporta of
the killed and wounded cannot be obtained,
as most of the killed were in Sherman'iterps,
and remained, at dark, in the heads of the
enemy. A list of the killed and wounded
will be telegraphed te-morrow.
Prisoners say Out Bre= was en the ridge
Just before they were captured.
The successful storming ; patties consisted of
Wood's and Baird's divisions on the left enn•
tro, and Johnsen's and Shcridan'e on the
right centre. Some of our wounded were left
in the bands of the enemy after Gen. char
men's unsuccessful assault, but were altimate-
I y recovered.
Wsseisovos, Nov. 25:—Maj. Qen. Thomas
has LJuod goneral orders dishonorably dlsmis
ming one Colonel, two Majors, Mine,, Captains,-
tweaty-siz Lieutenants and one Burgeon, for
various °room", including drunkenness,
feigned sickness, creating falso alarms,'per
misting men to plunder, misbehaviour-in the
ftiCo of the enemy, aluuneful cowardice, pen
disloyalty, dishonest practices, and conduct.
uubeCOming Officers and gentlemen. The fol
lowing was' received here, this emitting, froin
en official source :
Mitkineoyo, Nor. 25, 11 a. is.—We hare
had a brisk engagement this morning and
have driven theaneray entirely front Lin:anal.
Mountain, 'a considerable portion of which
they held up to this morning. We have also
taken Missionary Ridge from him this morn
ing, and the troubleames rifle pits, in the pos.
session of which yesterday's engagement left
them at its close. All firing has sensed for a
sufficient time to warrant the minelusiOn that
Bragg has retreated certainly, leaving ell the
ground and strong points in our possession
for which we have been fighting for the last
three day*.
Our army is In glorious exultation over
their series of victories.
CUATTANOOOI, Nov. 25.-10 r. n.—The rap
tured artillevi is reported at about forty
pieces. •
(300 . Hooker oaßttlred five boxes el tow
muskets on Lookout Mountain. We are 'ln
entire posiession of the field.
We have control over the railroad and
river to Bridgeport.
Two boats came through this 1:110,11111g.
Oar logs will not amount to more than 300
killed and 2,500 wounded in the •three days'
oteratirras:
Ate sueoess has been most brilliant.
The enemy is reported . bivouacking two
miles beyond _Missionary Ridge. . .
_.OoL.Phelps, of the agtb Ohio, and Major
Glass, of the 32d lodiana, are killed: General
John E. Smith is resorted wounded; Celtinel
Avery, of the 102 d NOW York, bees a leg, and
Major Ellett la the same as dead. • I
OUR VICTORY AT C IiATTANOOGA.
Special Dirparch to the rlusbn Gazette.
Cierismioes, Rot. 23, 1883.
The sneers, of oar annrto-day was tor?
brilliant. The enemy were driven from 'every
position no assaulted with a single exoeption.
All portions of our army fought splendidly,
but plowing the enemy's centre by Wood%
ilteadmail and Baird's divisions, and their
ocoupitiOn oC Missionary
,Ridge, is regarded
as one of the greatest exploits of the wer.„l„
Rooker'a capture of 'Lookout Mountehr,
yesterday, enabled him to swoop around onthe
fLossatia road ta-day,*and °coup, Um right of
the ridge, placing. In force, near the rationed.,
part of Shorman'a force, and with Howard's
corps went round between-the end of *Wan- •
ary Ridge -- and the riror, the plaiting times.;
solves directly in front of the rebel right, The
situation it'ohe'ofgreet'interest,and'wo _eaa j .
edueely know how the Union arias oatellit.h?"
achieve a enitono triumph. '
An our tate woroet. with :4 mtafor
tuna, a hrigade of Olin. W. IRMO - itrtilow.
havinglioan repilmid In attempting to 4E4', a
rebel battery'on RannaliTHl.
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MERATI s• 4 id t " . .Irt DP a
GI
Out lossal_aro . oomparatilrely small, and. . . . .. ~
4k .
will not, probably , on ooo d - 3 , 000 :In killed, . AUSTIN "BALWN C 0.,;.: -
wounded; and mintus In the iomtlro three
.. . ,
dope battle. Of- the enemyiwo , hare kine 4 .. ~• 12.1110ADWAY. lallW YOU.. r • r ' '
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'and TOtuideil *flout 4 , 000, and taken fi,otta Tiumutimal, id lOW mo m Great ltrthita,ingsai,
orlsonom bpsidel thirty : Ostia of 'artillery, to. -am in_n_itsire_nunt m...,..,,,,,,,
bat the stratlee . and, petal elfset !, si our Pte..'7 :Fra!: 6 - • ''.
grearrinibileannOthemetumred by the ma- - ~- . . any,ramy hmottax,Jr.,Aisa4 . ~1
t,lalloates ortho ertalni • • , '
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W 2 ' rideddijOi M. 13,1 of . the 6th : Ohio ; ctimftior 'Aisiise•atoiisobic:.fmanfie• •
l'lfti7f3a°t4 of -1" Goth Ohio; 4 P 1 3" Onlig*: rboAL.P.KoPERay FOR SALO,:
. . .
qun t , of the; 64th lsl6. . 4 ~.'. '
vrottnow=capa'worwickLot the 2d Ohio; ._-__ _ 240 ACIII2I.
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141ipt•7°I fi r'd tbal2tk
Qll l Lleat. EnSith
• of COAL ATIM LL2M. on 42.21450 n
of the2d, !dor Capt., Moor!. o the 00th Ohio; Nal= i
. b .,,, outi , thim , La*. i r
CSipt. Lemons, of tire both Ohio' Capt. Ham."_ 6 _, m a *, w bra , 0 . "".. .. At,r,Lesmas coatx:dr,
of the detliOhlotLiont.Rall; of the 641th'0 fo; . or,ltWilailb B. ,
1144 Wolf,' of tho 64th Ohloi - ' Elea. Corse ,..notibmorsollt 110..100 Wad street.
aglilintn. Maglith,. : . ____ L. ~ ..._ ;. , 2,...-.. neminsidowessir cowl those matiM.Alop maim.) 1
IN CHATTANOOGA.
Our Army.CO‘ip ietely Victorious
THE REBELS HOTTED AND DRIVEN PROM
EVERT POSITION
Prom Five to Ten Thousand Prii
oilers Captured.
A WHOLE MIL COIN lIPOITIM TAKE
Lookout Mountain and Missionary
Ridge in our Possession.
ABOUT FORTY PIECES - OF ARTILLERY CAPTURED
UNION SUCCESS MOST BRILLIANT.
is., 4". ate.
to terealleg Case DeeldedThe
R -Pfr-,
eget' (m4'
i =enalties of!
graph Coaep
Speasi raleeteab , th• Pitubmi ,
F/1.411.1.13, VI:USW COLN at, T'LL.
Nev. 23, 1852. 1 .
A CUM was decided In Cont, tater;
Judge Campbell, of greatimpertanca to Tele
graph Companies, Lad the coniMnallY'st
large. A an sued the proprietor of tbsi Oil
Valley Telegraph Line for refining to allow
the transmission of a menage ova the wires,
after ■ legal tender had been made. The
Jade°, in his charge, and the jury by their
verdict, maintained the law on whiolt the de =
fondant stood, that the offieor of a Telegraph
Line er Company was net bound to receive or
transmit a message, knowing the mutilate
thereof to be false, even though a legal ten
der for the pries of tearunnissiou was made.
Latest Forei gnsows. EALWA X, Nov:2s.—The Arable, from Liver
pool on the 14th iris Queenstown on the 15th,
arrived this afternoon. insirtinp throe days
later news.
It is rumored that Druyn de L'lfityx is
drawing op an explanatory determent. eom
prisieg the different lineations which the Em
peror intends to submit to Congress. In the
meantime the English journals appear to be
generally taking a view adverse to the Con-
Passoz.--The Arens& Government had In
formed e 4. Dayton that their views ea the
Amerieerripseetion were enchanted. They
had not reeoguised and eonaadeenly had act
' and
signed t
Louheis treaty far the acqui si tion of Tessa
iana, ar reported.
• Bomar, Oct. 15.-.-The Juarez gotormaent had
inidresied a note to the Federal' Consul, pin
testhiregainst the modideatien of • Republi,
, kan Constitution Ly French insaainn t and
hoping for the sympathy of Switzerland. .
The Bank of France has raised the rate 6f
discount to 7 per coat. The monthly rotting
show lidecrelae of cash in hand of 6 7,000,000 f.
Tho Bonne is ?rutty dull.
Affaintrentain unchanged In Poland. The
withdrawal of the Grand Duke' Censtanfine
from the governorship, is confirmed
bleorpoci, Nee 14.—Ootton—The sales 19r the week
were AOOO bales. Tim minket opened to-day et an
&deuce of hd(4,34e1, bat stietiquantiy tom, claang
Irregiller. The sales to-day were 6,000 bales, cluing
maid. lireidstuflk ready. flour Mad/ et
wheat firm; Bed Mutsu 7.07. 6d, Red Southern
dis 641P1e 9d. Corn steady at 211.34928. 611br lilted.
Provintous :Filet sod usely. Ike( inactive. Para '
quiet and steady. Bacon stM declining yard must
at 30.
and irregt6/144101. Tallow 454131 6d. Petrowsu
r.
Luau, U NW. 14.—Breadsta16 arm. Sugar artosi
and Unin. odals. Coffee easier sod Irregnlsr.
Tea mi./lady- Petrolium dull. Provision. Muth.
American wouritise study; gam mull. Consols lit
923,ar2 . % for !money.
iitcbal New,.
Forma, Mosso; Nov. 25.--The steamer
New York arrived from City Point this after
noes, with ninety-ere surreal from Wok
mond.
A dispatch to Richmond, dated Minlottery
Ridge, Nov. 24th, says: Tha enemy massed
• heavy fere, on our right-this morning, and
advanced at two eielock, driving in owl:lick
ets. It la not certain yet whether they intend
an attack in force, or to extend their line.
Then are various rumen of the occupation
of Lookorit'Valley by our forces—nothing of
ficial, however. Two thousand Yankees
passed It ogenville,and five regiments passed
through Jacks borough, en route for Kentucky.
President Davis arrived at Orange Court '
Rotas. He is stopping with . Gen. Lee.
Clevgattow, Nov: 23.—Them was no duffing
last night; but a slow die on Sumter.
A second diipateli eve thatthere had
been a Vigorous fin kept up between the Ili=
emy's batteries and oars all day. Thu enemy
'las tint shelled the city to-day, but divided
him attention between Sumlef, Moultrie,
Johnson and Simpkins. They also threw a
number of shells en James bland. Two
hundred and ninety Ante were thrown in
Sumter last night.
Mioeicoory Ridge , 23."—Gen. Cooper—
We bold all the roas leading into Knovaillo,
*leapt the one. between • Holston and Trench
Broad Hirer. eon. Jones' Cavalry might
elose that. The - enemy's cavalry it meetly
broken up. Wheeler cut off his trains be
tween Cumberland Gap and Knoxville. •
Signed, B. Bitted. •
A.Taire at Chattanooga and Knoxville.
Ifsarrisoros,, Nov. 23.—Th. . Neer has the
following dispatch :
elonooger, Nee. „ILgs evacuated
the smooth ef Leekont Mountain last night,
and our troops sow peewit, it. lie, however,
still bolds the rifle pits on the hue of /Cs-
Mastery Ridge.
The news of the glorieos moans of Omit
creates the greatest-delight and rejoicing.
The Sear tars: "IVe have positive and re
liable intelligence front our army under Oen.
• Burnside, at Knoxville, up te.noon of the day
bidist • yesterday, embracing twenty-four hours
later dia l bas previously readied here. Oen.
Burnside has not_ only been able to hold. his
position'-without. lon, hut te keep open and
Intact all his connoniestionir. Everything Is
Progressing as well u could bis desired."
Good News Expected from Charleston.
Inv You, Nov. 25.-... The Washington cor
respondent of the Cbeunercial says that good
news may be agreetad front Charleston are
long, bat not quite u soon ea some imagine.
Gen. Gilmore and Admiral Dahlgren us
paring for the Anal attack, so that whe pr n iet
comes, sooner or later, they will make sure of
SCRIM&
Ordered to Waskington.
Nastrvittr, Nov. 25.—Robert B. lifitebell,
commanding the 'First Canby Dirteion , has
been ordered to report to Adjt. Gbit. Thomas,
at Waobington, for doty.
.River g. Flfa festal the shoals.
Markets by Telegraph.
Nay Teak, Nov. 2 5 ,-13otton,dal, Mars and di.
eklimlly lower, at ingestdo. Wonr, dull and 1013116 a
loss; this titling la roll hat s vary daproutra; af
fect, and knotted= sant ar bra noadnal al
6,40 Lztra Wats; $7,404x.i50 for rxtrilitit
- o:, snil or t, 4. brood., this osrlfdt
shalom brim, with no buyers at SSA& quotarks.
Whdlk7l firs at 740750. Ws whast tsars, doll
arid unsettle:l, and 2434 tars; tbadiellas la go l d
bay a Tory daprordng affect, "Ski samlnal quotakoad
at 111,24,91,43. for Chicago opting • $1,408, 142 kr
/Warsaw stab; 5 1 , 43 411445 for aolrlC OlawrOlOr
4).4061,1i for e Thaw red astern ; 41,116,TV
saber MlZhin ; salts of 14,472 Isabel. am r 1111-
wanks at 51,61%41,60. • Cork, dull and %So lower,
at 81,19,91,22 stork UAW. amt.
Oats, bevy and arnettlid, sod Zak lowar, at Aro
kb for western and @tate. Wool, 411114, and trios
althea enstartal ebT ratratatim.
lined In bond, 41X11 Pork, dull and a ;kik,
knair,stt 11111,500 61 for old mesa ; $17,41414111 for
now do; inx2,23 r new prim, and 116012,60 for
now prime roar ; also 400 bbls now mar for Laortir
t,r, at .18,26. Beef, vast and steady. Bacon ifdar,
doll sad flud , l7l tam sistarn tong eat bans, dilly.
nnDL 111 . 1 slt, Lard, quiet and without
• material ellaata 1.6 M barrels for Mara, spilt add
Way, at lac. C 0...., las salvo and isumalY arm. at 138111 e. in bogs, steady al 113308334 a.
Panadstrara "Z.—Tlotir, quiet; mask eats
sriparads at.k*6,75. • Shenk kraal'; salsa {1,,000 . bask red at ft, 70; 600 bnah Ssitacky wills al •
;9;06. Oxen . dna; oda 4006 bask Allow at:sl.lo,
rising at VAL Prorlidaes, Wet. Gathsordlst.
firm al 71142000.
Sr. Lama, Nov.2s.—Oottos, dall 75,274 a.
=tit, cad laig ur reattatt, tan prior. arraisa.-
asser vadat ; theta, gatUtlar narlataird,
and old saran ; sanivatina..
Dacca. aashaniad. Bop, la demand at sftQa. :
__4 1 57,4101.; Wr• stiklY ; CMS. 17,ft
wnistorssik virmt. aien• sc. Oora, and dectnid.ddge.
New York Stock and. Money SlEar*ei.
' Soaatiateadl iirtuf actin it T per mat. atetitag,
carob kat., at 153011165 f, naidondi tad de:
, 4104 , treat .p. 5 at 40 51. 55 a 5,5 11 .55 5 i,
' star 0+5 , 1141dd at 0%. Oomarnait 'Wats quiet
gard Arm.. 35e second board to-day.
;IVIENBOOD ► HOW LOST I HOW
ISISTORLD Wort pribllrhod, Is .staid s
rag*. Plias 211:13eata. • Lector* ea du Ratans
Treatolont sad Radical Con ot f*smiftoh...
ISszclastlitaalsools biooluitary Doslagoo; "Ikassar
Debatty, sad isapedittosats to IlLarrisite gcassidtt
4AIII/001Mele, Chrosumptiers,44llormy loollitts; Rao.
tat'uld rfirded intatacilfs - reislttei tram" seir."
Jamas; Art, lest J. , Clortunrmy,-/rDi. unbar
onto .
1, Bc• ie." ..st &Oa •is Masao* of
Rid; la "a slles to
any oars* . roan trnt o[ s!: cents or OlrO
tattoo iliimps,l7 DR. Ca J. C., S cut,,
- 1911kfterly, York 1.,* Offal pas 54
rulittadi*Lie • - '
nm4 j Oin.goimica.seir:
_cw neer to nil rending. the roma Was not.
wftbartandiag.aatt.lan wistlag the ale mai& torte
ciated'airrifcet ti.o.mia foun t. rbewalit,
patarlay muss, and cat, .wt won oleo ”Itkaw•
iy obwkstwaiready prebkon that war rlnta
won b stow by less. T 1441 'mediation now Mow
amectAag ws lack flw ItirraFabbe Wows lbw oar
time to corn; n fig no set mbutly en= weir
hekto the Are* ofJatty.
- Within& lioriblonn do Enitow
hats wharf. the thlptoratt mem pis Sow
end the licolpla fro barn , Oh ftweell.p
arrivals teem% Ile Cleo Eton Witstalkki Web
Goody hinds froze Cloclatattibotb'wbb end Slpf
in Bonn. eland tbr Clticolkutt
win once the bat tripe .f *onus% MOS Sea
down with freight, aid erpwd.d Wltb pmpa.
At tho Alba/Any wharf basic= NUM ill w elf
"klayedour trio, co lltrod boot, anlintableillalll
cooorrnod. Sic. Oil City nate Is fine ipi Mak,
sad, after ratan oat her bidet% wwwwll it IMAM" .
lesiwayskto, took co • Iced of cal% awl dm iii 4~
Whcolbn.
Dbastclume realist fr. on afts
lag, morbid the 'War rttlog
with offbeat', torkw to the saws!. /6 lb eel
able that then 510 be *ay bate tat Woo It ty AL
'spumy for the preacat. •
It. Patrick Idled bigot of 142111aillnalt two
analog ennoncod,' bet biotin PwllewOr
this moraine at o'clock.
Ale outing or the tuallsweint
at. Xmas on NetclaY, the Maytag noes at Iwlpb
tonna flat city and New Origami Into•Wittlholl
Timm, SS per bbl; apples, potelima sad onww.llllll
per bbl pond freight, 111,10 per lotaltre4 edges.
Ins per End; sharp, irk milker it.
Theft,* ?Heade, 041. float, r Wlll bollllll.
by wad, 6 . aaroitacs SO ISOM ter Cbtetwaett iE
Si- Loafs tomorrow Amin. rundowns saddlitp.
pare coo raly en UI taiSOOPO 4 kOirgOIS 02 . 1 0
.ater old Wend_ W. B. Parma, Negates of law 111 114.
ro hi , boa °lmp of the Wan
The Qua, In consmas4 of Alt. 7. I'. (he,
loony cf tle 6allfo Litt,) y upjer edisfiguilt es Ili,
dx:, nursing. Vsasesastrd sad MEN.* /WO
mind, inad act szeoHliigti.
SPECIAL .ortirlttlill&
. _
1 , 04 T.-1880-7-X.
Paroant et madostarylubtla, arailad %la ...a
my bum ttade, palpttsais t ilup heaa. hat of dirt
pelt., Citrus saw rain, 1571/1
non, ea. drum . Mt ettebr 0' thip 0111
estrbratattl
PLANTATIOIf HITTER%
Witb a sow racmanstadid by timbigirrst tacltea4
aathatitlee, sad lemma* ta. peed= -
degidee•
btaeleaal dace. They saczadigke letwellak,
parthea4 pus, sal t an atadetdi Wilk
dase•kealt*,-ewatie ellen/ad wail;
rtivinuttr, ettwagtkas mad ferlheists.
They creed a kealtly apretlte.
!bey ere as amides* to Asap if vas .011114.•
They Oen:woe /Deo ef Dogteeth* see toe how.
Icieriataingthen due eystimmead Whew De MK,
Theis:ewes Ohnituthe sod inerreetterethetele
The/ Po* the heath cad wilt* etas eteasuMt.
Shay woe Deqoptle end iliwzieettee.
Son ewe &arches. MOW'S 'Uri Meters //whota..
They care /Mar Ocesp/alate sal Nottying ItistStaha.
They lath the meek ittenej . thelitereil
old ere cleaned esteril goat Dame. TM, moo
anspeeed et Dee'ealebrated Winos beet, eteletet
peen. leinenD, map end lota,' i poem. to
perkily ion Bt. gratz Swat. Tie ru-116“Song tr
citcedan and tastlassla/a
,wrinced. sack Deedin
Be«ate of lakitelerh. althilho •"17
that it kw D. I. Dery e' Wend= ea saw Meals U.
a Stoop ewer De oak, with pleatitire emek cal
ear ,eft Mostar, es • use oad putt iberieviq he.
Ode Wet. Bee that car het. rerDed e ta
mark= sod deleterious slef. We Ott may polo (
to much the Doe or cherieter d ew rode. Am
pump pretending te-a4l Plesdadtee Briton q do
talon at to tatlit, le, ea japikwar. Pena 4417
ear tee cable bottle. day perms lane.**
battle, or wan enztotheiteettelet thenite. WhDher
tailed ilantatho !Mao Di Iv* ► s olseizei =liar
abs 0.8. Law, sad wal he se preeentie leap tit
alma, Uw air eyes Ise perthe wellUor else
Dense, die., who , wfil otereed b pet* ,
latb claw quarters, Th e dtrand ler Math OD- L . '
Atkin Balers ftet .clarmwes, merilwels, 7
to., rerfectly incredtble. The alateda kW
b;ottli; b the evidence intenreee d thine 444 M.
, nrPertos#7. Tho Did by ail beepeeDide Dot ,
AWL smonr, Ithleitfue. !oath inesakeee aid
cowry storm
P. EL MULE a 00,
DRAKICB onxuris ins
as br age 'Wass. lad imimAs b 0
grAom sousivam.
armor !Mahal/4 ad IMMO WOO&
sattawddati
PMUMIIM VINEGAIg
SALIVCIOVINIMISI
X. BOLULA/t, thwico%
(Amp* Nada ah.iator..)
1 U Gab VbEbir ineirdsi , 6.1110 Mita et
dr* addlatan U r hamessehral
Landon. lye oak by :
p. M. BOLESLiIi,
RITE gi - Tsficka op '
WILL & SMELTING PrbRICS„ TIVII///fgaL
PARK, PPCIIIIDY i CO..
libutshattrnsrs ININATNIFO, MEM/ Lim
DOZY OOPPNE, PIIISDD wpm Dorm%
imam am 'BOTTOMS. IPALTI*
Also, imports.sad desists 13
2T.ATZ. AHNIT IND* WINN. Art, cvaraiity
'trans. tarmacs' NUMMI AND TOOLA.
Warsboass.Ne.llll VMS sat LIS SWANN 1 1114
Pittsburgh. Pa.
Special buten *Moppet gut to gsphmtbsof pg..
Asti-lyEaul
UuTO NERVOUS !taro'
EOTR BLXVd.-41, senresed pegesesh Woe
log beta restored to health --b • lne dem sae ie.
tergatros ell the urael scostles ant termiraller erISID
afro lawlaa at tnostaarat.vrithaatt
AL aacrod daty to etrmatrmieete to his ablated 11111Drir
dnataraatla'maaas nial* 'ea tbaralt42o
at aa aditnamal eaVelapa, be win 002410Tra a ow at
the preserwtom med.- Dino se Dr. MIN 16
DAGZILLL, I/Spilt" cheat, W. T.
whlldydawT '
UsICIINRY H. 00'
NIN/ANIr
INV AND. CtoNnititrialZ /11111.11WArr
&rim. in moan. Immix CM%
Mit, Andre, porrally r ll%. VIM:.
,' • 4110170.4'441.7.16/3.
PUBS: L1Q110119.--414 SATT.7III:ei
liOlfflNG. Nev. iStb. 010 s'aieelltiel S 6
a m f. bi pekks o sctkr stpaz*V=
Want- 7 mA Blaz.td Scottb.:n aa4 ,
110ilaad 91E4 Wine. I. Apple Saw :aft
- 11413 • DATIVYWALWAIIIII. averts.
TACK AT AUCTION.-4a IsAL L
Er DAY 311.011N1N0, til•Athh, u 11 oNdhele, tea
be sold, Att the Onanerclsl Eakin Itaans, aril% at ; ,
• =all sad 211130.10111 P Jack, Lertsel &ow
aid took th• -foe beauty a • eta* itallnr i t
path:o7l with children.
tue2G , DAVI. NonarAINIL Amen.
C. 1001). FLJELMTURE,
CARPET. t5.,411' Aranos..-os 711114 N
moanua, zroiv. Nib, at 10 to'alsat.
Nall *wilds Nom, as Fifth *reit, 0111
4tlaktejit"Of NontalioNlrelattM•i, salutatuillall4
sok, PaYlor sad as. Ilest , Oliths.
„...m...ltnidivozatio SoakNintrals._
Daily Nadas! Waalt_pivark
ittliMuub, Ouvati, Nati, tri. •
NAILILLAND. diner.
p.hi. -- jui . ....0 t Fk-nr- lt ,
teld;MC l t ) 211111 isfo th igta i ll
6 gooatirg of rim-for 2tocroto.4 1= 1 , 1111 %.
log Itio2oirzog Ala. Wigan
presthir • Wattiobe. H r some Ifilaapay
gbignalgoiog Loyagoo. Yabowy. 61, 1066. V, olot
.D1•134:2•310. BodooootC 0 3330t0. Moak flog&
Coor Nottfog, UMW!. oradr, 1 3.1,3!!!i0d. am%
Cbion2Woryilra. Chat lloiloom, gew
:.:;..1-......:222•13 dderialr zr .
,kjed.-Lee TURVAT NO Nay.
03 elk a*
2.3613 olk Mg orswin o ,in: ,„,, m
1x2 4 21 22/03A — . .
,3 do --A* T.Ranet mototgg -:
.' 1 etOgi_2: do tog_ ," • • •
2 do ' " 423. , Stoat Mg •o a Tom .
IS bdo.is Geniggfoci_ t ' Ina Otte; 7
.. 10 'de. ' 4 YellinitSelip_ -; . •
. . 20 .140.;(2312.362. Sow . . . ,
.•:.:
6 do 0im031122 ?obese%
31.32mi1a Ott sad Do, dot
.....- •
- - 20 bozo laved &gam "
. 4 b0t2(200: . • . .: 1:,.:. W
12:26 • • tilifisiorazititiki j o i , - -
feliniatirm L T