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ISATIDIDAY MORNITIq:: '
••»^••DEC. 6 , 1863
English Criticism and Practice.
"general . or the English - jot:trials have
,;tatotulered_denunclations of the "barbarity"
,nt- General Gammas, because he threw a
, tew Greek-fire shells into Charleston,ntler
4 14 had for at least g ee months prosecuted a
I.egiair siege of the city, and was of course
folly justified In assuming that no non- , T I
Ticonbataats—none who were not waling to
. undergo all the risks of war—remained in
. Let us see, now, whether these English
*MU, from the great Thunderer (or
' •alunSerer) of Printing House Square,
''' . thrOtrarde, might not profitably direct
ductunciations against a high officer of
r, Their own country. We don't for a moment
soludt - thit 'these reckless journalists had
even the shade* of a pretext for their at , -
looks on Gen. Gluatoas,—but if it were
possible to believe that they ever supposed
they had, we might charitably believe fur.
their, that when they read Admiral KUPER'S
report of hie bombardment of Kagoffima,
Ala would remember their late diatribes
iiittasonee humiliation, and in their bitter
btis Of spirit self-apply the proverb:
i. iitPhysielart heal thyself." A distinguished,
Englishman has pointed out the atrocity
and lawlessness of Admiral Koran's pro
ceeding so forcibly, that we should have no
desire to restate the facts, or to comment
upon them, otherwise than he does. We
refer to the able and fearless letter of Ricu-
Ann Comm, Esq., M. P., lately addressed
to the Mayor of Rochdale, in which he puts
before hie countrymen, in its true light,
the proceedings of this British Admiral,
I have been reading the official correspond
thee, just published, respecting our repent pre
tties- lisp in Japan. It is A horrible narrative,
which I find difficult to treat with calmness.
It appears that a di/patch was sent by Earl
. Ikissell instructing the British representatives
th that country to demand redress from Prince
Satsuma, one of its feudal chiefs or daimios,
for the murder of Mr. Richardson, is default
of which discretion was given to our naval
commander either to "seise or detain" the
priace's steam vessels, or ehell his residence,
or blockade his fleet. Thereupon, according
tq his men dispatch, the British admiral pro
ceeded forthwith to burn the prince's steamers
and sat firs to the town of Ravish:ea when,
to quote his language, "the conflagration thou
treated continued with unabated ardor up to
the time of the departure of the squadron,
forty-eight hours subsequently to the first at
tack," which, he proceeds to say, "affords
reasonable ground for believing that the
satire town of Ragosima is now a mass of
rains ;" and he expresses his trust that tier
Majesty's government will be pleased to ap
prove his deeds.
It Is stated, I know not low truly, that Ka
a is a city of more than one hundred and
fifty thousand inhabitants.
Mow. let me ask you to consider for a me
' Mint what is really implied by the destruc
tion, with incendiary Shells, without previous
warning, of a city of even 100,000 inhabitants.
There are always in each towns hundrels of
lariats at their mothers' breasts, thousands of
children under Ave years of age, hospitals
with thelisick, and numbers of aged and is
firm tottering on the brink of the grave; there - I
too, must be women over whom the pings o
maternity are impending, and there will be
!Mad homes filled with mourning for the dead
which are awaiting the rites of sepulchre. I
Stroh is the normal condition of every large
city, whether in Asia or Europe. Now, pic
ture the groat commercial entrepot, with all
Its contents, reduced in forty-tight hears to a
heap of ashes; try to realize in imagination
the fate of its population; and then ask your
self what great crime they had committed to
bring on themselves this harder and destruc
To our shame and confusion, that answer
smut be, that this is the way (1) which Eng-
Ushmen, under the command or Admiral %u
-pwind Col. Neale, administer ;justice for the
mardor of as Indistdroll one hundred miles
away, of which crime the inha6itaxits of Ha
rems were as guiltless o f all knowledge and
somplicity as your own. neighbors in Roch
• —What effrontery to refer to Gen. Ort.t.-
NOM shelling Charleston, airier the notifi
cation to non-combatants Wras regularly
given months ago, as " baabarous," etc.,
• ate, whim the English journals have such
• home-subject of " barbarism" to deal
with in high officers of their own, like Ad-
• Mire Kuper and Colonel Neale. As a con
temporary has well remarked "An act of
More-unmitigated atrocity, on which more
Mls the heart with nnuttorabl feelings of
horror and disgust, cannot bel-conceived ;
and yet.. the writers of London who shriek
over the sufferings of Poland, and profess
to tee nothing in Oen. Butler's administra
tion at. New Orleans but brutal violence, are
as silent as. the grave in regard to these
doings of their countrymen."
litighly Important hem 211exleo-..Re
ported, Recapture of Puebla by the
Illexteina.-Tne llfaxlmilllan Affair
Considered a Farce-.Dbecontent of
the Chireh Party—Outrages Upon
TheAswo cleans Era ;of the 22d ratline, has
the following account of affairs in Mexico :
- By thejuvival of the schooner Oliver S.
&Wise, from Vera Orion on the 26th of 'Octo
ber, we hare been put in posseaeion of some
late and important facts in regard to Mexican
affairs. When the Breeze left Vera Cruz a
raper& Arse prevalent in the city among the
Perish that the Mexicans had recaptured Pu
ebla. There was no doubt of the truth of the
tsportialOtotigh no particulars are given.
SLIMIXILLIAX AND vac NEEXICLICS.
- The Maximilian affable looked upon by
the whole Mexican nation as a perfeet farce
lion- the beginning. The convocation of
• °Notables" consisted- of Ave persons as fol
lows *natal Homy, Count Saligny, Arch.
bishop de la Beaty, Reneral'Wohl, and Padre
Miranda. Theee Ave gentleman met togeth
er In secret, unknown to and unauthorized by
theleople, and after disposing of a chant
tre supper proceeded to Munn state af
- The ox-olliolo President of the "Con
variation" submitted the propositions, which
an well known, to establish an Empire ; and
at might have been expected under such CiT-
Ingtoes, they were carried nee roe. By
Ibis squad of Ave men, not one of whom could
be said to be ► representative of Mexico,:the
with:ere( the republic (then and there changed
Wanly . to an empire) wax offered to an
flistristrf• prime; whose name could not be
kietre te one Mexican in one hundred thou.
randthioughout the whole eonntry. It is even
mid that the Mailmen portion of the Convoca
tion hid not heard of him until his name wee
presented for imperial honors.
is said that no respectable Mexican
Lots upon the action of these Ave "notables"
• bimilog upon the nation.
.DIIMOXTVIT or um curace retry.
Atigitlkof discontent has sprang up against
the .b: among the Church party on ac
semi of the little respect paid by the soldiery
to chetah property. They barb made stables
of several of the *hunches, and taken from
themtha t :acted chalices, and the Jewels out
of the ey of the images.
In one church (the Inquisition) the diamond
eyee hem the image of Christ were stolen, and
all the riek.pictures and the most staled relies
taxa .:Irlth the disregard for their • sacred
eliarietei --- eltimeteriatio of infidel bandits.
Ties Magi are haring a powerful and excl
thitedfiet upon the superstition minds of the
pGldisa peopleorhti have ever shown a reek
tibit to keep their churches free
firomdbeentandating teeth of Madel robbers.
thiledidThipin, an instrument of the mac.
delay rehilk; has raised a battalion of about
emanated and fifty men, who go MAO com
mitting the worst of outrages—deseeriting
eltershes, pillaging boated, violating women,
and ontalllaggreaOntreringssitionl who
hal , !Via cad position, unless they hare
re t d ic to ti° t7serrE:d i s l ide ß betw ° L er n a t i oTiat r an e
City of Mexico. • In going from one city to
another, the victims of his outrages can be
seen hanging from trees by their limbs and
neck!. Many are killed and others tortured.
BATE TOWARDS TEL ramicu
' Such acts have arotutod a dangerous spirit
of opposition, and the Mexicans now gay that
instead of the French corning to protect theta
their purpose appears to bo only oppression
tuid robbory. d vary dcop feeling of hate has
been Created, whioh will propably have the
effect to unite the whole republic against the
French and the reactionary (rebel) party.
Tun EIIPEROC'S aorrnor Auxu,uniss
A train of cars, in passtng from Mexico to
Solidad, was recently tired into by mon or
ganised for the purpose, killing the Command
ant o f Bonded, the parish priest, end several
hundred others. Mr. Lyons, an Irishman,
superintendent of the road, and Frank Far
roll, chief engineer, were mortally wounded.
The military station of Texeria to guarded
by the troops " loaned" the Emperor Napo
leon by the Viceroy of Egypt. These colored
troops are extremely hostile to the " Christian
dogs;,' and have no respeot for any but Ma
homodans. They hare perpetrated numerous
At Madelin e another military station, these
Egyptian anxlliarles expelled the priest.
PRIESTS AID MISSIONS
Several priests in various parts of the re
public have seceded from the Church of
Rome, and have applied for power to act
for the Greek Catholic Church of Constanti
nople. An American priest is now on his way
to Constantinople to receive consecration
from the hands of the Patriarch Archbishop,
in ordor to be able to perpetuate the Episoo-
Several missions have already been estab
lished by President Jan op a, and tho prospects
are good for a general prevalence of the power
of the Greek Church, in the same manner as
now prevails in Russia.
INCONTINENCE OF SALIVA.-W 0 'MVO some
times thought that this disagreeable and
filthy disease was confined to the male sax,
but we find that in Brazil it manifests itself
in a most surprising degree of virulence in
the other ear. A recent traveller states that
in Rio, ladies of quality amuse themselves
by spitting from their balconies on the
heads of the foot passengers beton'.
Tee Reacts Exrecv A.N Are*cc or Saris-
Xis.—The Savannah Republican, of the 29th
An impression has very generally obtained
that, having failed at Charleston, the Yan
kees are about undertaking an expedition
against Savannah. We hoar that Gen. Beau
regard Is also of this opinion, and, if true, it
Is mere guess-work with him. There are, also,
Indications that each a result is regarded as
not wholly improbable by our military au
Tag firm of Richardson, Spence & Co., of
London and Philadelphia, have completed
their arrangements for the running of pro
pellor steamers from Europe to the port of
Philadelphia-.-the first steamer to roach the
latter city about the first of May next.
A sox of Professor Longfellow, a lieutenant
in the First Massachusetts cavalry, was se
verely wounded In the engagement at Mount
Hope Church, Va., en Friday hut. His fath
er has gone to Washington, having been sum
moned by telegraph.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST, (Aux
ourya Curr,) ELDER JOSEPH KING, Pas
tor, meet in EXCELSIOR HALL, corner of Fedora'
sod Lencock sta. Preaching every LORD'S DAY. at
Id% a. m. and 7 p. m Prayer Sleeting WED
iEnDAY EVENING. Tile public am cordially DI-
.I . EIE FIRST CONGREGATION
OF DISCIPLES, of Pittsburgh, nirot.statool
ly, in tho IRON CITY COLLEGE BUILDINOS,
corner of Penn and .t. Clair strrets. Preaching
LORD'S DAY—horning and Evening—at the usual
luau, !Sunday'. School at ^ o'clock p. w Proiyor
Mooting every WEDNESDAY EYNNI NG. The
public are respectfully invited. deA: It
O.THE BRIDGE AT THE POINT.
—The Commissioners to erect a Drisign over
the Harumgahela River, near the Point, together
with all others interested, are requested to meet at
HARE'S HOTEL, on SATURDAY' AITERNOON,
Dec. 6th, at 2 o'clock.
des:lt THOS. STEEL, Secretary.
NATIONAL BANK OF
ALLEGHENY.—The election of Director. of
this Bank will be held at the ofd. of H. H. DAVIS,
corner of Federal street and South Common, MON•
DAT, the 7th loot., between the hours of 9 and 12
o'clock. A. C. ALEX.A.N DER, Chairman.
JOSH IBWIN, Jr, heey.
Alle g heny, Deo. 3,1.2117. de4:3t
[r" - LECTURB BY PROF. WILSON,
at ILkSONIC GALL, on TUESDAY EVEN
ING, Dec. Bth, at 71; o'clock.
folded—•' The Slate of the Country."
The proceede for the benefit of the Chi-Wien Com
Tickets, 2.5 cent.. For sala at all the principal
Book arid Periodical Starr. to Pittsburgh and Alle
gheny City. defx3t
COLLECTORS NOTICE . —The
Annual Asiseesment List for 1869, containing
Taxes on Inman, Silver Plate, Carriage., 4c., and
License Duties in the ith Division of the 2211 Penna.
District, comprising the 6th;,lth and fib Wards of
the City of Pittsburgh, and Pitt Township, except
ing that part north of Penn street, has been received
from the Assessor, and the Tenet are now doe. I
will receive the Team es albreseld, at the office of
Aldermen BUTLER, No. 126 Wylie street, from the
illst day of November until the 15th day of Decem
ber, no, inclusive, between the home of 1 and 5 p.
m., after which time the penalties prescribed by the
law will be exacted. JOHN A. SERGEANT,
Depaty Collector 4th Divielon, 22d District.
p, -- PITTSBURGH SANITARY COM
Offlet and DepoOtory, 59 Fourth Street,
Between Wood and Market Streets
Bsourrarr--109EPII IL FITINTER
Tamaarmrs—JAMS PARK, Jr
Contritrotlcaz of money and goods polleited
Store. gent to all parts of the army
Information furnished in relation to the sink and
wounded in tho Camps and hospitals.
n. freight on geode lionated Is geld hem
PITTSBURGH SAJSITART COMMITTEE
O.ATTENTION I VOLUNTEERS.-
A Sew nrcznitkers wantsd tor Battery L, ed
Penna. Artillery, 001. JOSEPH ROBERTS. This
Regiment is permanently stationed.st Fort MOW";
as garrison of the prat. By enlisting in It, all expo
sate, bag marches and privations of the geld are
avoided, and men ars provided with comfortable
glutton in the largest and oust Important fortifica
tion to the country, and ars thoroughly instructed
In all the driller of Artillery and Inhintry &Idlers.
All the Boradles paid-410J to veteran, and $302 to
Apply, fir further Infonuattao, at the Recruiting
Betodearoas, LAVA VETTE WALL, Wood street, be•
Oapt. JOSEI'II B. BISPHAII,
Battery L, 8d Penna. Artillery
O.TIIE NEW GYMNASTICS AT
NEVILLE BALL.—The Choate arca:
for new member. at cacti time of mooting.
and Goutlemon, TITESDAY and FRIDAY TVITN
TUGS, at 734. Ladlotand Ch WEDNYADAY
and SATURDAY ATTIXNOOIII3, at 3 o'clock.
TRIM, II Annexes:
For AdaLts, course of twenty 1ee50n5.......46 00
For Lade and Mime, ^ ... 4.00.
Yet Children. " 3 00
TO STUDENTS AND LOVERS
OP OHMIOII MIISIO.—The well-known
antipasti; Mr. JOHN ZUSDEL, Omaniart and Di
rector of Mole of Henry Ward Beecher's Church,
' New York. will visit this city daring the next month
to give a abort coarse of trulruction In Harreeny, the
Organ ar Melodeon, and Charm Singing. connected
with public performanoes on th• Organ, and Slimed
Concerts. Olienlais, stating term, am, may be ob
tained at the Music Stores of H. !Mbar & Bra. and
O. O. Mellor. nol2.lDecB
N , NOTICE TO STOCKJIOLDERI3.-
h. Animal Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Pittsburgh h Coaoefln lle Railroad Company
wUI be held at the cake of the ComPany,
Bellding) Fourth street, In tbeCity of Ditto
on the YMST MONDAY (7th 404 Of DSC •
HER NEXT. at 12 o'clock m. , for the porpose of
electing twelve Directors for the awning ray.
Iscaktd W. 0. lIIIGH4LUT.
- THE MAYOR/LIAR _OF ALL&
• GIECKT —amt. Bum. Dace, at the anent
soUcitatlon amity cittsens, has commuted to permit
his name to b. awl u a camilelate fur to. Mayoralty
or Alicgheny City, at the calming municipal Moo
tlun. ma into
.N EH 4DrEnrisEvargirrs• Vrigni:ittlF/IRTAIOEMEXTS
TO 'ARRIVE, per steamer Bonnets 0'
Biagi 3700 feat dry Walnut Scantllng.
For aste by H. VOIOT & COI
T, EIV LEAF LARD—lit tierces, bblt.,
ill and pails, the latter put up oxprest.ly for fatally
flee, all of our own ronderiug. .
J. TOW NSEND,
No. 12 Fourob et.. near Liberty
j .EATHER BELTING; aim), Go'
. IJ Belting. Packing, !lose, Gatkete, Lace loath,
I and II 'vets ; a large stock &m ace on hand at the In
' dla Rubber Depot of J.. 5 B. PUILLI?S,
de4 WIIITE, ORR d CO.
LOST—OD Wylio-or Filth streett7V2,
remit Smlthileld and Chatham streets, a patrol'
GOLD bPEOTACLI.S. The Bader will be liberally
rewarded by leaving them at U. FREESE'S Grocery,
GO Wylie street. &Cat
ON: EAP FUEL—The Pittsburgh Gee
Company will sell CORR, suitable for ronnalitc-
Luring or domestic rooms, at 4 cents per bushel,
to the works, or 4X cents per bushel delivered within
any reasonable distance, in the city.
dettlw JAMES H. CHRISTY, Treunrer.
LOST.—On Wednesday evening, some
where.l.-A In the vicinity of the Postoffice, a large
POCKET BOOK, with the name of the owner on the
aatside, and containing shout VS In money. A liberal
reward will be pad for its return to this otfl..
UTANTED.—A young man having a
good bmgineas reputation, and eau command a
cash capital of WOO, capable of taking charge of a
*et of Books, Finances and out-dur boaineas, can
learn of a rare gpportnnity to enter as partner In •
lucrative Iron Business fully established. Apply to
del B. XcLAIli a CO., 102 Fourth street.
ESTRAY.—Taken up, running; at large
in tho city of Pittsburgh, an the night of the
26th November last, • DAUB BROWN MULE. The
owner to requested to cchno forward, prove property,
pay charges and take him array, or he will he die-
posed of sown:ling to law, on Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 1.853,
deUt ROST. HAGUE, Chief of Pollee.
TOR LAD.u.s AHD ORILDREN
Also, a stock of Gentlemen's Shawls
WHITE, 01111 A 00
3CHEAP DWELLING HOUSES.—No.
154 Piko street. lsokinry frame house and lot,
four rooms, kitchen and cellar, renting for 510 4 per
yotir , pries .9700. No. 93 nmad& song, twurtory
frame 1t. , 119., with lot Si feet front by 11)0 drp, to o
19 foot alloy; Alan a dwelling bolos and
lut of ground on North alloy, largo yam, noar Fed
eral stroot. Apply to
del S. CUTHBERT SONS, 91 Market to.
LADIEN, GENTLEAIEN AND CHILDREN
ALI klrnJ of Underwear, eultabl• for winter
WHITE, °ILEA 00
.L—I.A LLEWIENY CITY COMPROMISE
BOND WANTED.—Partime bolding Oormar.
mine Honda of the City of Allegheny, Pa., aro brroby
notified that the Sinking Fund for D6J will he In.
....nod in those Bone. at the loareet name offered.
Propml. renelYod until NATCBDA V. the a 1 day of
By order of the Committee, on Finance.
D. MA.CFERRON, City Tnefourer.
HOUSE WANTED.—To purclwo or
rent, for • term of years, a
On Penn lorect, Preond Beak or Cummons
I St. Clair atrert.
P 0. Box c 4.
UOI FOR THE DRAFT.—Persons
11 claiming EXEMPTION can Mon than. panAni
made oat hr calling upon
N. B.—There should he no dele.r, as the time for
filing claims is very short. Bring two witneescs,
Amelsyfiroshes, with you. do4:1••
riao NIANUFACTIIIIERS OF 110 SE
1 Proposals ere invited and will be received until
FRIDAY, the 11th inst., by the Committee nn Fire
Engines of the City of A llonlieny, for the manufac
ture Arid /lei/very, in said city, of one thou./MI bast
of the tout quality of Leather I lons. on/table for the
use of :tram Fir. Eug . lll, repo/ ate proposals are
whetted for U and 10 inch how complete.
Proposals to be sealed ar..l left Is it:' A. P MITTEL
We ban • splendid Gauntlet rtilualds far drh
lag, bound In diCorent.ltyl..o.
Llo4 WHITE, OSII • CO.
(103114.15510 N GOODS.—Now in store
V and for sale
9.700 bbls. York Stair, Michigan and Ohio ppl.:
4000 lb.. Buckwheat Flour:
50 DLLs. Lakophere Turnips;
60 do II lekorylNuta:
200 bush. Walnuts;
25 bbls. Sweet Cider;
150 do While Corn Meal:
20 do nominy Grime;
60 do Flint lioroloy,
6 do choice 801 l Buttor;
10 theese boxes do do.
12 polls Fresh Baiter;
4 bbl.. Maple Cake Sug.r;
1200 bush. White Bonne;
10 Ws Tanow;
100 IN. old I:le Bacon;
d 0.5 L. If. VOICIT & CO.
N. OSUGAR 0 SUGAR AND MOLASSES.—
• 25 MA.. N. 0. Sugar;
50 do bobs do.
300 W lifs N. 0: olanse.;
75 cheat. Green Tee.;
60 do Brack do;
125 boxes Besotted Brands Tobacco;
500 pkg. Mackerel., "tool.. Inspection;
Primo Non Lard, Kettle Rendered, and a general
.took of goods in oar line, for male and in store sod
arriving at MeDON ALD ARBCTOK LES,
del 242 and 244 Liberty •treet.
3,000 foot yellow seasonod Pine ;
3,000 Parting Bald;
4,1X00 Puming Pole., fOr Owe Boats ;
6,1V0 Wago p n Bpokoa ;
10,000 Barrel Surer;
I'o,ooo Hoop Pole';
Now landing and for sale by H. BIDDLE,
n 023 No. 183 Liberty street,
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS OF THE
LAWRENCEVILLE DISTRICT. , —The Coun
ty Treumer haring plaoed In the hands of the un
dersigned the County Duplicate for collection, all
person. who hare not settled the um. aro requested
to make Immediate payment and sane cute.
G. 5. BATES, Collector,
Office, Butler et., near Allem, Lawienmetile.
B u TMR--1,000 lbs. fresh Roll; ,
H&/RING--SO bbl.. extra Labrador ;
DEANS-50 bush. Small Navy;
TURNIPS-20 bad/. White Globe ;
APPLES-50 bbla. Russets;
Received in store and for sale by
ec2s H. ILIDDLD
TUL.EASE FOE TWENTY YEARS.
-Serro Blanding Lots each fronting 20 feet on
the wt aide of the Public&Aire, near the Dew Etas.
hot Hones, he the Olt, at A bony.
Tor terms apply to O. H. lIIDDLE,
Caustguncer, No. 89 Diamond it., Pittsburgh.
WANTED TO PlilititlLSE,
AN OIL TANK.
Iron preferrod. Ca-potty about Ilse thousand hor
sale, and pumping fadlities.
Inquire of ROBT. ASHWORTH.
STORE FOR RE T ON MAR "r
ISTHICET.—The handsome Iron Front, No. bb
Market street, next door to N. Holmes k 80., Is or
tared for rent on fret of Jormary next.
Addles JOHN WAY, Jr.,
dentrldemille P. 0.
500 1311L8. CHOICE YORK 81'ATE
ORAITILD WINTER APPLES.
800 bbla. POTATOES, of Peach Mow, Feline. Al
bans, varletlea, sole by
Don ED . IiZAZELTON. 18 Motoood.
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRING
SIB are acknowledged to be the eery beat to
nee. Call and we theta at the India Robber Depot,
Doe. 26 and 28 St. Clair street.
J. & 11. PHILLIPS,
dot Sole %Fonts for ebb county.
(ILL CLOTH I OIL CLO'rli I of Off
or ods, (Or gale cheap at the 611 Cloth Zamora—,
nm .1. ‘t Q. PUILLIPS, I
Nos. !a and 2$ St. Clair street
SALK —A g o d a
on.-bssis mond-baud Sp i rg ogo
de3 No. 353 Litxrty street.
MY APPLES, NEW--250bush. prime
..1—! in store and for We by
dot - No. m inaithflold-streat.
APITAL TS—A - Partner want
ri.),TA an established matreactu!ingbutztati, sue
64 6. O l uTtaltiVi-110118. 61 Market et.
A PPLES I APPLES !-186 barrels
..MGesen Apples on consignment; far sole by '
del SOROMAICKB a LANG.
CIiEE - ',.-700 boxes Primo W. IL for
O 2 CHAS. C. BA LESLEY. 179 Liberty .t.
- POE SALE, VERY LOW.—One PUPPET.
1: VALVE ENGINE, 2 inch cylinder, 5 het
stroke, In admirable condition, with or withont
Mein Shaft. Fly %Cleat, Flamm, Force ktunp, A.
This Engine is well adapted for many purp..as
but especially fir s Railing la 111. Cullandaas it.
'I . IIO3.IRDUCKLE k CO:,
Anchor Cotten Mills,
NABE P.1AN0.5 are --.lr
now considered tbs bat. Plano, 77•
to the world. uen-rs 'BROS. ' '
ANOS sro•the best Moos In the cOontry .t the
price. GROVESTSEN it CO.'S PIANOS, full 7 oc
tave rosewood. re - MAR -4
PRIM OM MEL 57.54
from $55 to $l2O.
Booth sLoea, Gums,
itainsorals, Congress Gellert,
Aral everything else in oar lies, at retell, thereby
caving twenty-four per cent
Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
JOS. H. BORLAND, 98 Marko st.
A few more of those the, thned and morh admired
Calenborg New York Plano..
They noel bat to be heard to prove Owl-oriel..
mum CLASS PIANOS in every respect.
H. ICI,RBRR & BRO.,
cleat !tole agnate for the same.
pOR SALR—A Tavern Stand in the
Borough of West Newton, corner of halo and
Third streets, at present osupied by John and Philip
Finland, and known as the Stokely property. Lot 66
by BM feet. Large building, hi rooms and bar-room'.
stabling for 45 horsey, fine yard, well mind; good
garden. with fruit and shrabbery. Offered at a groat
samilice and on easy terms.
Also, a two-story Brick Dwelling and lot 68 by 134,
(with another lot 4olning of same size If deslred,)
eittmteormnrre of Zlghtb and Main street, and at pres
ent occupied by John Boyd. Good stable, with car
riage house; flue garden, fruit and shrubbery. Offer
ed low and on easy tams.
Also, 47 shares west Newton Bridge St .4k.
Apply to B. McLALN d co..lea Fourth st.
W. J. & HALL PATTERSON,
144 Fourth Street, 2 tor,
Claims for PENSION, BOUNTY, BACK and KX
TEA PAY, SUBSISTENCE, PRIZE MONEY.
BOLUSES lust or killed Is tlur 0wv1,..a promptly at
EXEMPTION CLAIMS attrodell lo ralleut
Harmoniums and Melodeons
gaarn ago 31r. CARHART tint lavontal
the aIIMODEON, and hie Inetmments aro therefore
tha oldrot estaldiahed,. they aro boyord a doubt the
NEST INSTRCHENTS IN TUN TrOBI.P.
NW We challenge comp»tit bin
A •h.deo naw Mock Just reftiving.
KLBBBR & BRO.,
deS:lt elate •gents for Carh.rt's Ilelndoor,'
STE I NAVA S PI AN)S.
MOST PIT.II. YEE T PIANOS
Ever constructed. A chot. k of them just m.
roared, comisting lc pact
OC4r.• carved mould too
octavo, carved legs, aruvhsvl heck and fruit,
Louis TITO. style.
7t octave, of magnificent term and OutoL. with
their patent Agmffs Tr.ble, etc
roc eablat Neer York Factory rate'..
H. ILLEBBI3, & BRO.,
No. 65 FIFTH STREET,
dotal Sole agents for Steinway's Pianos.
GREAT CLOSING OUT BALE
DRY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
BOOTS, SHOES AND BALMOBALS,
McC LELL AN D'S,
No. OS ITIVTE. STREET
EVERYBODY SHOULD SEE THE
CONCERT RAIL SHOE STORE,
Please remember that this very eoperior etyls of
work, now and warranted,, each no more than ram
mos rods sold elserotors
Grgateat variety and most bonotlfol .tylos of .ny
house rpm of Nov York
Cape 'and &ea: Orercoals,
M oi NEt r s ,
Garibaldi and Cutaway 8103,
And • full Issortment of w or all kiwis, fur
OKAY & LOGAN, Yo. 19 MA Bi
G EORG ! : R. RIDDLE,
Oak.: No. 89 Diamond Si., Pittebtirgb, Pa
DEEDS, Noirroaars, AEIREEMENTS, BONDS,
,311,011.01103' VIEES, end otter Instruments of
Writing drawn with. meanest and legal ammracy.
Amounts stated far Ezocidora and Admlnlaretora,
Mery to Bal Natalie &e., examined and Decor&
noarchod ter Liens, &a, ile.„ not&dmdamT
SALT. , !' - ',.:7:•.,:. , • . •
NO. 1 EXTRA,
In new bright barr.b., for tale by
delf2o PENI'A 11/11.1* ILANINAVO
COAL PROPERTY-FOR SALE.
er kor, of COAL AND LASD, an the kt pain-
Photo River, Junfabore the third Lock.
Engsdre of ALIMANDES GORDON,
or. ISICILABD & BBEICD,
noLlmodiwowBtT ki0..100 Wood street.
[lnemiratilUe Cliimr.mmy 6 times and ch. tido dace.]
20 ,0 RMS. NEW M. R. BUNCH AND
10 Crane new Beedlew Raisins;
10 casks new Carnets;
Just roweled by EDW. 131AZXLTOS.
Fevond door from Fifth
62 Fifth Street
•Ytarh apply of
BOYS mu, Ybtrrits
fE trrAilD rERTIMOMEXTIG
ILLAlX:ttl.tarrte BOARD 01 ENROLLItitrI,
22d Dummies or rcoe..
5-20'S. • Provost MorMara 0.119 m. ltd Puma Stroll. Pittsburgh, Pa. December 4th, lilo3. •
THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY hes not
fIORRECTION OF 4 Tllg „ENROLL
Yet. give.. Imam el col itdontien to ultharsh' this WENT—NOTICE is hereby given, to accohd
popular Liao from Sete et Pur, .11 until ten de's' anee with Circular No. ICI from Chu Provost Marshal
00000 ' it rice., Do. undersigned, ogyiKRAL t i lenerat, tu all persons Improperly enrolled in this
SCRIPTION AGENT, yine
rntion.• to s upply the
utrfet, by renenn of
Tic. whole animot of the Loan Illitlwrlted I• Five UNSUITABLENESS OF ACE, or
Hundred Millions of Pullers. Needy POUT. RCN- MANIFEST PERMANENT , PHYSICAL DISA
DRED Tql L LIONS HA YE BEEN ALREADY Stat. That the Board of Enrollment will haw Melt claims,
SORI BED FOR AND PA Ili INTO THE TREAS. In theunler lo which they an lumontmrsfrore t o
mmi r, 1 1
to o va (from too oicoeiM
EBY. mostly with. the lee, seven months. The.. Til the t -
large siefuntol from el.rmi, and th e nspidiy , Sod they are well 6 under], will r ls tan tB, pill
ecommend that their
log lionie deemed tot um se the WM.. for circulation names be stricken from the list. The forms mad and
by National Banking Amoeistious new organising in r orre lu w i l r irleA li cu l t C s l la th .;11 same s }o at the 137te
all parts of the country, will, a very short pet ' 1,000 *re Plode
alsorrir the balance Soles have lately ringed from NI) OTHER CLAIMS FOE T P.M PTION
ten to fifteen millions weekly, frequently eccreding than those abort. mentioned (and that by election of
three million., daily, and as it le well known that the permit, where two or more eons are liable to military
Secretary of the Triton:try Ina merle dud unfailing ~,„duty) will be. beard mntll the "m,";;,,owin g of
resource., It. the Doti. on Imports and Internal BON any liable to duty In Ca CORRECT
se I, emitted from Die enroll
ann., and in the issue of the Inieriet•bearing Legal • meet , are urged to netifY the &sad, or proper en'
Tender Treasury Not., It Is almost a certainty that 7,2,6 at Y;!:
be will not find It teccemery, tor long time to mine, I proper FORMS for the purpose may be pr added. To
to soak a market for any other long or permanent any poet aim In the District, at the Provost Mar
Loam, THE INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL OF
each of whkh places lid• of poisons eumlled may he
WHICH ARE PAYABLE. IN GOLD. found.
Prudence and self-interest must form the minds of FIRST WARD.
those contemplating the formation of !Tottered ; f°-alderman Ifoolhort., T 1 Third et , user
Banking Associations, ne well no the minds of all r S .100011'
who have Idle money on their hands, to the prompt , Beth's M "Jaen Gorey,
couchmlon that they ehould lose no time in b i kr u k r ot , s i tre. , :t,
log to this most popular Loan. It will soon for
rind their roach, and advance a handsome preinia n ng b fi s t s , 3:1 W .
e tm e s,
um, as was Din result with the ...Seven Thirty" Loon, Sectin liotese, 31 Diamond,
when It on, all sold end could no longer be ettlo SECOND WARD.
scribed for at par. VeAblermat. bilehOlmon, Grant etrmt, near Die-
IT IS SIX PZR CENT. LOAN, THE INTER.
'u e3a d rifes Bleak, Third Greet, below , Smithfield.
EST AND PRINCIPAL PAYABLE IN COIN, time St. Nicholas G t et. corner lourt h.
yielding over NINE PER CENT. I'ER ANNUM, s t Exgle Hotel, Grant and Second.
Mosey House, 3 Room et ,Went C. R. It.
tho paean( rate of pneuiron Coln.
Notional Hotel, Water et., hear Smithfield.
The Corernment requires all dad. on Itoporte , Arbor Saloon , at Uiunund.lley.
be paid in coin ; thoo• duties hare (era long time ; Duquesne Engine House, Multi:lold et.
pat amounted tourr a quarter of • nUilion of dui. ,
lore daily, a oooo Dearly throe timee greater than that Johnson `a drug more , BmitLfielA end Fourtb .I s.
required to the payment of the interest on all the THIRD WARD.
5-20'. and other permanent Loam, ho that it is l*Dieratell Office, ta 'Firth et.
hoped that the surplus:min in the Treasury, at no . drug store, Grant and Fifth sta.
distant day, will enable 111,3 United to resume
specie payments upon all liabdities.
The Leon is called 6-20 from the feat that whilst
the Bonds may run for iN) years, yet the Government
has a right to pay them off In gold at par, at any
time after 5 years.
THE INTEREST IS PAID HALF YEARLY,
vie on the first days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Ronda, which are
payable to bearer, and are $6O, $lOO, $6OO and SIM/ ;
or Registered Ronde of lame denominations, and, in
addition, 56,000 and $lO,OOO. For Banking 'corpses
and for Investments of Trust-monks the Registered
Ronde are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by Stake, cities,
towns or countlea, and the Government tax on them
Is only one-and-n-half per cent. on the amount of
income, when the Incomo of the holder exceeds 1312.
Hundred Dollars per annum ; all other Investments,
such as Income from slortgagoe, Railroad Stock and
Bonds, etc., molt pay from three to flve per cent. tax
on the Income.
Banks eon Hankers throughout the country will
continue to &goose of the Bonds ; and all order. by
mall, or otherwise, promptly attended to.
The inconvenlenoe of a fees days' delay in the de
li-rery of the Bonds le unaroldable, thn demand being
m. groat ; brit ro interoet commence. from the day of
eubecription, or lose to occasioned, and every effort in
being made to diminish the delay.
JAY COOKS, Subscription Agent,
111 South Third etreet, Philadelphia .
Corner Third and Wood street., Pittsburgh.
CLOSIIs;G OUT OF
ENTIRE STOOK AT COST.
No. 83 Wood St.,
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Csnaplote tri eery trstocb
By the yard or
MADE TO ORDER,
In our usual no.nrpasaod style at Gnat Prica, being
a reduction of et 'emit
Prom our old rates.
I make this a good Inducement to those who wish
to buy bargains, being desirous to close out my entire
stock by the Ist of January, on account of retiring
from business. ,TIIE STORE TO LET. Possess'on
given on the let of February.
No. 83 Wood street
hinrocno, balding 30 Pictures, bD and upwards.
Iforoewa, holding 30 Pictures, 51 Wand upwards.
Morocco, holding 30 Pictures, 11 50 and upwards.
Dlorooco, holding 60 Pictures, 33 60 and upward.
Morocco, holdtug 50 Plctarea, 58 50 and upwards.
Morocco, holding 60 Pictures, $3 60 and uperarxiL
All styles, from DO cent. (with gnt edge•od dupe,)
The BEST plate to boy Photograph Albums to at
JOHN P. HITITT'S,
No. 50 Filth Street, Masonic Hall
AU Albums aro vrarnattad of tho bast make and
nom ograph Gard. from 80 canto per do.. upwards.
AT ROLESALE PRICES
DIARIES, FOR 1864
DIARIES, FOR 1864
DIARIES, FOR 1864
Book, Stationery and News Depot,
OPPOSITE TEE POST OPPICE.
DR A WEIN?.L.O'N'S
The preparation of thie FIR hae been the molt of
year. of inlay and practice. They are purely vege
table, and therefore will not Wore the teeth or gum.
They will cure the mat violent Tooth-Ache Ina few
minute., when properly used.
Direction—Ckwo out the cavity of the Tooth affect
ed, nod illy It well with cotton: then cut the Pill
the tine of the notion and pm it tight into the
tooth, and corer over with wax or cotton.
These Pale an cos of ths bon ratoodtes for tide
Prepared and sold wholesale and ratan. by
Na 214 OHIO MUT, AlleiMi t i
And also by all wholesale and retail la
P/Usbareil and.Allewheof nod& ar
Q,MOICEIIKA MR —A fresh supply just
recileed; ilea, a lot of Games Bank d 11•11
sale nt Naugle Grocery Store of
JOHN A. RENSHAW,
del Oorner Liberty and Hand streets.
6 Backofena book more, Smithfield sr.
6 J. 11. Rood', 27 Wylie et.
Best A Woodcock'. l'enno Irani. mamma and Chat
John Mulholland, Webster and Tunnel
Dully's, Webster and Grant sta.
Cases book store, Chroniolo Offlce.
Ward'. Hotel, Grant and Seventh at..
Mansion House, Liberty Ft., tie. Depot.
Jame* Mcmtooth, 177 Smithfield et.
Ell Young'a, 131 Smithfield et., car. Virgin alley
Eagle Hotel, 274 Liberty st., below Seventh.
I•Alderman Donaldnon'a 43 St. Clair et.
0 11are_ji Hotel, 133 Liberty et
trAlLegheny Bridge Toll Hoax.
Male.' Brewery, /humane Way.
Thompson'. European Agency, 7 Hood et.
Plough factory, Omit:mane Way.
Wayne iron Works, Way. at.
Lannalmn House, 372 lean et.
Marble Yard, 319 Liberty et.
Norris' Sharing Saloon, 293 Liberty at
J. W. Hannah, 81 Liberty et.
1. 6 J. 31. Taylor, Alderman, 451 PIMP or
J. H. Jones Alderman, 471 Penn at.
Daniel Horn ig, 395 Penn it.
George Sehwirider, 524 Penn et.
George Gabriel, 584 Penn et.
Lamb Hotel. 619 Penn et.
Ste Hiller House, 689 Penn et.
A. Beggs, 725 Penn et.
A. Greenwood, 10 Pito et.
Jncob Fox, 441 Liberty et.
P. Ardory, Livery Stable, 6r.1 Liberty . et.
Volk& Hall, O'Hara et.
Fort Pitt Foundry.
Juniata Iron Works.
Dickson, Stowort & Co., 509 Liberty at.
teAlderman Butler, la. Wylie et.
Alderman Davie, 11 ypa street.
Emig Old Tavern, Fulton et. •
F. Goodwin, Webster and Crawford eta
Thurom's Drug Stone, 241 Parma. Avenue.
Price'. Foundry, Price et.
Cornman'el Drug Store, 161 Penn:a Avenue.
Zimmermatie Beer Hall, Ps. Av. and Federal et
1c Samuel Barclay, 277 Webster et.
E. B. Lytle, Grosser, 18 DISZICSIt st.
F. Rommel, Tavern, CS Center Avenue.
P. Sholl, Meat Shop, 97 Centro Avenue.
Sigel Exchange, Omen and Centre Assoc',
John Feemt, Centro Avenue_
Lippincott Shovel Factory.
F. Ilk A Co., Grocery, =1 Penn . & Avenue.
°F. Siebert, Peoria Avenue.
Wm. kiassett, Blacksmith Shop, PARInt Avrtmo
i*Tlionisa Atli, Aldermen ' 36 Stevenson at.
O. lieetanox Barber,2l6Penn's. around.
Pennyhauls ' avenue WWI, 5.12 Penn's avenue.
Union Ilonse, 240 PVlllelll 'avenue.
J. H. Meyer, Groom, 108 Penn'a 6Ve13110.
Wm. Smith, Tebaceonixt, Pann'• ammo.
Union Hotel, 246 Second it.
Kensington Iron - Wortr at.
John J. Storer, Grocer, end Gibbon sta.
*Jacob Miller, Grocer, Do 's
t*3. S. Worming), Alderman, Penn rt.
Bosworth, 749 Penn at.
Heron & P 011823 Penn rt.
.3. B. gars Pnn§l4lll, 953 Penn it.
M'lloy Roue, 973 enn
Iron City Bond, Penn rt.
*Samuel &MeV, Lumber Otibie, Penn rt.
'T. B. Rowley, Grote; Penn at.
Smith, Park t Co, 'foundry. •
Part, Brother & Co.
Outer Depot Pewee Railroad,. Liberty et.
!novena' Hard, Allegheny river.
fAt there place fu l lists of the city may be seen.
*Forms for notices of names may be procured here.
Boeormrs.—Lists of East Birminghem, Birmieg
ham, South and West Pittsburgh may be seenat the
eouth end of the Monongahela Bridge, at the, Part
emcee to those boroughs and other public places.
TOSlbana Lists have been mailed to the Partoffiese
IKlTAssessori and other pnblio officers in each sub
district and aU loyal citizen; are urged to aid In these
correction; that all !tabby to duty toay bo enrolled,
and all take an equal chance In the draft.
By order of the Board of Enrollment.
J. HERON SOBTRII, Captain,
Provost Marshal 2d Dist. Pa. and Pllll.l, of Board.
AN ORDINANCE fixing and eatab•
lishing the grades of the following named
'Meets and alleys, eels r Penn street, front Clymer
street to Taylor 'toot; Smith sheet, from S mWman
to Liberty t ; Spring and Mulberry alleys, f ro m
Ta & r . stete rr 0 4. and enacted be As 4rmov; di
domes cad animas of Piadarph, in Sake .d Common
Ooascii. ennobled, cad it 4 hereby ordained and enacted
by the astaarily OA* same, That the spade of NM]
street, commencing at the western curb line of Cly
mer street, ahalbfulo.23 feet to the essterirmarb line
of the same; thence feR 0.75 feet per 100 feet to the
western sorb line of Smith street; thence fail 0.25
feet to the eastern curb line of the mane; thence rise
1.83 feet per /OD feet fora distance of 310 met; thence
fell 0.70 fret per 100 feat to the western curb line of
Taylor street. The wadi of Smith street, commenc
ing at the southerly curb line of Smallman street,
shall fell L2l. feet per 100 feet to the northern curb
Ilne of Mulberry alley; thence fall 245 feet - per 100
feet to the northern curb line of Penn Street; thence
level to the southern curb He of Penn street; thence
rim CM feet per KO feet tothe northern curb line of
Liberty street. The grade of Mulberry alley, com
mencing at the westerly curb line of Taylor street,
shell rite 0.70 feet per 100 feet tows.* Smith street,
for adlstence of ill.L.Whet; thence fall 0.70 feet per
UV feet to the caterer curb line of Smith shiest;
thence level to the western curb line of Smith street;
thence rise 0.70 fart per 100 feet fora distance of 5120
feet; thencellll o.7o.feet per 100 feet to the eastern
curb line of Clymer street. The pads of Spring el.
ley, commencing at the western curb lino of Tyler
greet, shall fell 0.128 feet per 100 feet to tides/tem
curb line of Smith street; thrum level to the west=
curb line of Smith street; thence rise o.7ofeettor 100
ibet for adistance of 378 Stet; thence fall 0.70 feet per
100 feet to the eastern curb line of Clymer atrset.
MM. S. That all ordinances orparts of Ordinances
In Ocilla with the above, be and the mum are here
• Ordained sod enacted into a law in Councils, this
30th day November, A.M. 1563.
President of Select Cotuac.
Attest: E. 9. Idosnow,
Clerk of Select Ocoraeft.
lOtl2f M . SULLEN,
President ! of Common Coancil.
Attest : flvsn
Clerk of Common Connell, de4:lt
.CI,.A N ORDINANCE increasing the Bala
ries of Street Commissioners.
Bzo. L Bern ordafnal asd emoted kr tile stivon
damns god tithedo Pittsbani. Man ondd Omens
Qtendi ommaird, end fl L lierebroninfeed awl Amend
be the authority tif . die some, That A ft er the eM day of
text Pebnurry the *lobules of the Street Commission
en be totressod froth ;the • blituired . to dr hundred
dollars each, Fermi:num • • • • '
Ordained smirenneted into slew% Comocilsolits
301 b day of November, ,A. D.. 1163.
President or Select COmmil.
Attest: E. B. MOIMOR t
Clerk of Select Connell '
Preddeut of Oidetnou Commit
Attest Clerk of HUTU, •
Cl CkmuctOb Conncil . doif.3t
JT HAS NO "..EQUAL,—Theimmense
J. snacks which for the Put selenyeam tins ants&
efiPBOY. HMV Ot I, ha the allevia
tion and curs at palm embolden th e Pro p ri e tor tP
state l lad challenge arotradiertiou,)
lt has cured mmes Rheumatism,
That It hes cared mom Sore Throat,
That It has cured . mom Neuralgia,
Tha lt has cured more Jobits,
That It has cured more OlmciderlSoms.
That ft helm:End more nano.,
Thu It &soured more Trotted Feet, . •
That It has cured more . 11 MP*.
That it hauvuzed more Nervous Aelbetioni:
That it has carol move &Ur Joints, •
'Than all other Pain Cure* Palm Kinn' and ire. .
wefts combined. !oriels by Drunistserverisheve.
SIMON JOHNSTON &le Agent,
non Owner gourth and Smithfield streets.
Od b . 7 'I ea pane. bor ..
W. P. 13X0X & CO
The grestestblll 10 Tiro .plenclid Drw& I
Sixth night of the engagement of the cabobratid
equeatrian artiste, Mr. R. E. J. Igg axed DL
educated Honee HIAWATHA, WATAPIAH, and
Tills (5.i16.3) sTisura,
Will be presented, the grand spectacle Drianasatitia
miarypA; or, THE WILD aortae OP TARIAIgY
IL 8 J. Mlles.
Moder Hahn. --- 11. & Names.
Orlbukl....— ..... Xbette.
The Wild - Horse .... Watamah.
To conclude with ----
PUTNAM' ; or, THE IBON BON OP 'Tet.
.—J. 0. !know.
Lessee and Manager
The management hu the pleasure of annOtinditil
to the citizens of Pittsburgh that he will op= .t
above flail, for ONE WINK ONLY, coMmineing on
Thursday Evening, Dee. we,
With the great
Z A NFRETTA FAMILY,
Who have boon playing In the principal This of
turops and the Unitedlltatta with the most twitustph
ant recces*, recently frees table's Garden, New Toth.
and the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, when they
played over slaty nights. This company only play
n fast clam Theatre, and HAW, to audiences arra
posed olfaction and gentlemen, and are now pl=
ono of the most auccessful angmpsteoula Weer
alat/wees twice a week, and the flail crowded with
lain and children, to we this wonderful won:many.
Tbe company, gm reorganieed, Is composed meetly of
the members of the RAYSL WAXILY.
LOOK AT THE ATTRACTION I
ZAN INETTA FAMILY I
The toet Pantomimist. in the world
Brilliant and Gracefol Da:moral
The moat wonderful Gymneal I
The beentlful Donee.°.
M'LLE JOSEPIIfI . •
The Calm. of America,
Pan tom [mist
MLLE ELLA ZANYBETTA.
The wonderful and terrific Tigbt Rope Parham;
MONS. ALEXANDER 'ZAITYRETTA.
The greatest Contortionist In the World, •
Together with the astounding feats of
MONK. LOUIS nacrszTrk.
Ora the Tlytog Rink
And their beautiful
CORPS DE BALLET!
On ILLIITRDAT AFTERNOON,
To Else Ladled and children an opportunity to moo
The Great Zanfretta 'Family !
Itgir Adinleakro, 25 cent.. lloserred oats Al oats.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; curtain rises sto'clock.
SE wlrro .111.1C1WffMl.
?rtnv . vuan,
INTE/NATIONIL EXHIBITION,IOIDOL 1165,
Industrial Expositiin, Paris, 1881,
to competition with all thelesdinansing Yankton
in Europe and Anterlea, and Ma Waited
States dstricaltonal Association ; 'Metropolitan Y s•
amnion' Institute, Washington; Franklin Lostittrts,
Philadelphia ; Mechanics' Aanclatlon, &don
American Institute, Ntor York; Zarilani Institute,
Baltimore; Mechanics' Ammention, Chnvinnett ;
Kentucky Institute, Louisville; Mechanics' Lott
tate, am Yranciaco ;. and at evenrlitataand
County Fair where ExWblttd this
125,000 OF THESE 11.A0HL50113
HAVE ALREADY BEEN BOLD,
A nee which spooks loathe than *was Of Monroe=
and at the misbrand WIMELEIL &Wti..
BON lAMILY SWIM klAMINS—the chasm!
M►ehlae In tho world,
BECATHE IT II THE BEST
EVERT MACHINE WARRANTED FOR THREE MFRS
IFESTONIELS 11E1 NOTREIII El 1171411=1110.
ALWAYS WTT TO =MT? AIM 11111. LIN TM:IL
Cinnilars, containing an axplanotke
machine, with testimonials from ladtea of
set social standing, Ora an snnilloathys, deist in
pen= or by man.
was. mum a c0.,-
Agents for the Wertent States sad Wad= Pa.
Principal Offic and Whaling* liiiimAlcon*,
No. AT Fifth Strest—PlTT2oo3lol4.
Pike's Opera Hotanio.-..-..011510130A14 0.
Masonic Tample..-,..—.IiOI7OFTLILLII, IT.
nan2wis . .
GROVES It BAKER'S
PREKIIIM SEWING WHIRRS.
THE ONLY GOLD 21:1:DAL
Ira Awarded te &wins Madame ha PEllia.
These brachium were awarded the Meted !Milk
aukftras comptien, for the at
Bet . the
the Beg .11Gsmstannine .111mitime emit the
nes Work et the foilcreins BTA.Pfi 70105.
of UM: .
Ms Toth Bute . Air.
net Premium far badly methrtne.
lint Premium far doubk..thrsed etseblue.
hut Premium COT =aim work.
Person Sens Asir.
hint Premium in homily machine. •
First Premium fur materfeeturing eterhhie. "
Tint Premium for machine work. --
ram Bete lair.
hint Premium for flintily mechlas.
Mtn Premium for manuthoturing unehlee. ,
hint Premium for =ohne wort.
Xiettiese gar Fair. -
Tint Pnernhim Ihr family machine. _
Pint Premium 4 manufacturing emblem
Vint arena= for machine wiaL, -
/Idiom etas Far.
Tint Premium for machine for all perrearel. '
First Premium tar machine work,,
/r/Gedi Mate Pair.
Pim Premium for machine or en purpose& •
Pint Preudem P machine work.
Maack, Bas Pair.
Pint Premium thr. machine for an 01Pot1OL., • .
lintnk= for machine work.
PIM Premium far iwoomig übeebble.-' •
liort. Premium for beautify machine wart.
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PIM Premium for remake Work.
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