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W.01.174DAY 21101[111N13,.11EPT; 11, 1861
Obsertations for the Ga-
Vsetti, by G. B. Shaw, Optician, SS rift street
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L atF.IWUNLY Gazoni for ill's week ie
Jamie; sad Coniston .highly ~
- ' important and
very - trkereeting matter—embracing Edi,
toilalrulLatest Intelligence from tie Seat of
-..; ifitii dirrespaidonce; The - Hat:terse Tape.
:dlilon• Gen;t McClellan on the Sabbath
' tCooepiraoy sittineothe Czar of Russia; The
:=. Sitisi.fieed; the 'tomahawk indScsiplog .
11. Httlfe; .at.eito interesting European, Cal
. 1 ilitniblind General News; . teligioue Intent
"; stunt , - rt,ellablet 'Commercial Reports; Do.
ihatio:arid foreign Markets' Local and
Neighborhood News, no., Am. , For sale at,
oar' counter—price, fire cents per single
424 0 Y r -iii lireP"a '
Ac t — Libety Street—an-
Giber tratendtary t Contraband
Wood* bassuitt, sue. „
Totality Morning, about two o'clock, a fire
occurred on Liberty street, between Seventh
abd Saiithfield, which. resulted in the almost
-tete, distroctiop of two` fine business houses,
and the -partial damaging of a third-r - The
an commd commission ere first seen inning from the forward
log house of emirs. White
I.lsrotiiets, corner of Liberty street. and Garri
ibis alley, and so rapid Was their spread that
-, the adjOining building, occupied by Messrs. 'V.
• t-E041,* :acetate, was nearly
4onsiwzied, - and that of WM: if. Kirkpatrick &
Co,.partially damaged. ,--
Theltrehrmerfof the Meant. White Broth
• r(Jo fltioseph White) was a three story
295; in which a large commission
• and 'forwarding baptism was trinsamed—the
Pennsifiattia-Railicood Company at times 'tor
ingi.ecinsinniable, quantities of. merchandise
f‘lholdessiz. White dealt:principally in
• ~..trodocei and Old on - hand - a large stock of be.
. con; hants,:•etc.; _The.. fits . seemed- to Aloe
,started an second story, abrint midway of
bidding.. and owing to the inflammable
character .the goods, it spread sapldiy, and
ueeny. difficult to eitingnish. The building
• , (tiras owned to George P. Hamilton, Eel and
ireas Minted ler $2,000 In the Western Insa.
- francs !Company. The -Maine; White were
' insured 'on their stock to tbe amount of $12,-
'000.40r - themselves and' °them; Of this
-$b:,000 are in the "Allegheny," gh . rxre
in thee '' , Crireens,' ,- and $2,000 in the "North
- fern ”1 Batswere takes , the firm on goods
diber'parties, and their own immunize. was
$6,000; equally divided between -the "Alle
'ibeay?!. and "Citizens." All the books and
,ifrapete belogiog to the firm Siam waved, to
- lether„With'nrer WO in money, which had
theme flat in the sate. .
trapt; p., -Batekelor„ Collector of Cos
.,• tonisilltsd elated large. quantities of "contra.
ftranirgebds" with the Messrs. White; or, pet
limpe,wivionght more propifsly sky. goods "Ins.,
- pecteS” and detained. A considerable amount
iof thein'gooda'had lately been returned to the
- • - whippers, while much 'remained in store, and
either destroyed- or badly damaged.
• Tbent goods connoted principally of military
Cloth shirts ,' drawers , etc:, together with a
i:vaittaf i f i e lot of 'Medicines. it is 'aid that ger.
•f. era!: ousszid- dollen worth
-of quinine was
' stored is tbe' building,Was mostly saved.
Capt.! Batchelor had taken sit insurance on
these' goods amounting ' to slo,ooo—divided
• .:': tbetween the' "Westero" and "Pittsburgh"
f companies. The'. value of the goods cannot
' Ibe ascertained:'with lay certainty, bat-Capt.
Batchelor will be indemnified for any claims
Which may be made good against him.
Ton thlid'stery of tte. 295; (Whitoltrothersj
',f..Lhail..4l43,- Canted toJIiSIII B•1411/1W a, late%
lignot-disiont, and: contained several hundred
• f barrels of iiquor—principally
t whieky. They
sonrend by trautinee, sTbeliyilding is a
;nom' inti-liste eit, sits greater• Part of 'the side
wall having ,aline ant Into Garrison alley, and
portion of the lower floor only . ramaitiir.g.
a. No" 29Y Wry! 45eillipind by Wm. 11. 'Hays
'CM (Wm: B: Bays - sind John - Glyde,) so a
3 PVesehnitilit pretleton tense. The Steend and
04 . 14itteritufwere entirety Ontrojed; Mid both •
hiTlift bat- he wails.,, The Ant stows was
- x ‘f )-1/oilkeined by Are. This Ina, lists largely
twrdioflt MA, but recently their
:'stock bad'head Isigebt 'JAW,
.traltiebleesniiint - of Aga still Si
• band , boirsear; the greeter quantity of 'blab
buboes either destroyed or much diransluT:bi
1- Tceestrry.' ltrUokit'sed papas were Amid la
• 40941.ioridltioi.They: wet* insured on their
• , sl2.ooo=tim risk, being In the "CBI%
•••- aase-iind , "Allegbetty," bat in ;what proportion
-„.• Tire - did not uses:Wm , The betiding thiee
POtothrisk) War owned by Nathaniel Binton,
and wasalso insured.
$99.-iras occupied by ileitis. Kitlipat•
tick & (Wm, H. and ,K•lif..Sitkpatrick)
grtiCere... - The web! war partially
•-• - ,lf,:destroyed, aid the Ito* was somewhat dam.
aged by wititar t '.:.The: law; which : Will not be
heavy. a covered by ipBlll/8110 in tint "West
" 1 2, , The , beildfng is owned, by . John Re.
t' , "- . * , r 1811; - anit littered '.ltt.'en easter n company, of
iitlitrtenltiitioneenttand how the Atm ei
• :Mitre kips-within the limits anovw•deneribedi
imeloptbpattribuGag it toilet' biluiterlyetertions
Of tee firemen, - and - - - ,thel'oilleiakey of the
465 , 411kOilii**I.I,They *nixed 'nobly, one ,
old frame . building, on the ni'rthirest:„
0619.0 , :;Whitii",11tothers;wis „folios/hit dam.'
• pgeoChlithe,fallitit,ol the , aide wall of the
watettowns. The ,Iteethar.botedinit was bry).
• .."b“ , through' in, iseverall. places, and partially.
Li but - Snider of, Ore lematia'were in%
H )oied Ii belongs to the *kite ef :Drettl.Speers; .
tier old colored - want awned Norris. The
baOdinie is Wealth) in the ! , iti!esterti, ,, . but 1
tv - will corer the ion
` . ,:lt:.Adjoinpin, , ,thit tette/ je the, large
of It Jk A. Ci. , Darican..fiquoi , mer. l
The- not of ibis house was on firel. ,
• '-11„.,'141,t-Wkseithigiished-Wit,ia itnieketot Water.:
,' bit Norrli ,' the battiet
fit.alag:thakhw.was .e,tied by hie .1011 int,
=tame , - in ....the,':seCond,
ita)7 - or:White`lttOtheti bitte.it'Pet4rr th e can- ; I
ire ithilidilditigt emir ,on
Wei hfiCift,"; with the 'exception - cif twial
ssiritiorfaue in the-Best, sod the other Mihail
to - w oad - - A, ' there bad been . no lire in
'11`..`,: j 11,114 tundog; dad nothing .te;lgnite:nikinteete. , `.
L . 0411, the ict Wee evidento that.- of An Ineemi
- tbe alley affonling hiding piece from'
s `I the potioe.z- As arcehavahad;.•wriGnit.OS'itsf
•:'-•'• - "eid meth.; a'rhieet:_, h alf ,dnino.incendiwy:
"alms something - . lOrri,thad inn ordnoto.etrore.
. i elifeuld.beinadst to detect:add brag the ore'.
- deritojnstice. - ;
piromurrro , Weersee•Totersteits.— ,
Zrelhig by railroad to Bt. Jtisepitai4r
t .: points lallorthern•Miaow& the brats ati
Or the territorial& skit diretttel'te.iha'
'-t*d ilisTilarth , ipampi.Rl4.64l,
i e ratu tma jd i . ; 4ITZTVOrt. f
Tiickesi istd'earoby" t,re
bratbliittiontt - Sitirrostli the y
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An AZI44 “C..striratesadti m . 4030:07.
Mae incitement Was ireated in 'Allegheny
yesterdriy, by .the i arrest of a lady named
Mrs. Margaret Wyble, residing on Carroll
street, in the - Socond Ward, upon a charge of
having in her posseinfion a slave,, which abe
designed taking 'with' her to Louisiana. It
appears Shat Mrs. tb i l l e , a husband is engaged
inbusinefsin Louis , and that the family
usual]) pond theirl summers in Allegheny.
LIM, May Bits. Wy le brought up with her a
little mulatto girl, about ten years of age,
whom shokhis ever since kept in her employ.
When she talked of returaing South this fall,
the report was cire4lated that the little color
ed girl was a @lave and therefore "contra
basd.”, ' 1 ,
..i 29 820:
An inforreation Was aocordingly made by a
colored man named Ban. Palmas, and Alder.
Wan J. B. Miller Linea a warrant for the ar.'
rest of the lady—the charge not being very
clearly' et forth. filts.Wyble appeared with the
mulatto, and statwi that the child bad been
born free—that Its tither was German and its
mother a free black j Eke stated farther that
the parents of the child had beim in her bus
band's employ, in Lei:deism), and gave her per
mission to bring it North, provided that she
Would return it in the La
The prosecutor, and the good colored people
who interested themselves in behalf of the
child, were loth tit believe this statement,
knowing that free colored persou are not per
mitted.to live in Lhuisiana, and even if the
statement were trite, (as it might be,) there
was no guarantee that the child would not be
enslaved if returned to the Soith. Mrs. Wy
ble, however, rendered farther litigation on
necessary by abandoning all claim to the
child, and placing )t in possession of theunag
karate. .1/Whatever may have been its condi
[LOA heretofore, if may safely claim the boon
of freedom as long as it remains in Allegheny.
.e Western COOTOC4tIon of Penneylnes, and Its
Er.oßetUt Labora.—Pittabn,gh: Printed by 'Barr
Mr", 1681. !
This is the Batter a pamphlet which hes bean
laid on cur table. 'We have read it through
with tionelderablelnterest, and feel happy to
add that vacua cordially comae in the resolu
tion passed by tbel Convocation held in Wash
ington on the 26th of Jane lima, whereby the
Rev. D. C. Page, D. D., was requested to far
nbaL a 00 14 of hle - "Eisay upon Itineracy" - for
pablication. Desidia Dr. Pages Essay the pam
phlet contains the Illeport of the Revs. Memos.
Hodges and Oliver, the Visiting Committee, ap
pointed by the sold Convocation of the Episco-'
pal Clergy, to risit.the destitute places and de-
Bayed parishes in this part of the Dlooese"=--
tireeruitmrg, Latrobe. Blairmalle,lndiana, and
Johoatown. Dr.. Page's Essay, taking, of
course, the standing-point of episoopaoy, is
marked by litierallpractical views. But, white
Suggesting many tlidags, both valuable in
thettureivea and important in their boarieg
on his subject, We tear that the charac
ter. of en evangelist, u sketched by Dr.
Page, will remain as a beau ideal merely
...With instances! of realization of it, even
though we did but look for them as atigele ,
visits, "lever and liar between," not to be ac
counted among the things possible to, modern
degeneracy - WI, the author is_right in his
ideal; it. ought tii be set down no lower; it
ought to reach the very height of the soul's
highest conception of it; thus, though unattain
able, it/ &Dracula power will draw forth all
actual attainment toward higher end higher
Posalbilitirs. Our Episcopalian friends mtgbi
he helped to a deeper and more practical in
terest in the queslion of home missionary labor
by thepierusal of this pamphlet.
The Rebellion 1 Record.—We have received
from the-publisher—O. P. Pranatu, Sew York
—Bo. 22 of this mural book of annals and col
tendon of documents for this anus wirabilis of
rebellion. trade i the careful and competent
editorial hands rif Mr. Frank Moore, it con
tinua, to receivethe mould and embodiment of
a work of permabent value, to which, in the
futons, reference Will be made so an acknowl
edged authority. The numbers may be bad at
the 'totes cf Min r, Blunt or Oildetfenny.
Tlat History of Alt Rise mid Progrees of de
Rebellion —We have 411,1 received tram the
publisher, Mr. Ji D. Torrey, New York, No.
3 of this very neatly printed and promising
Illibry, which thy also be had in Pittsburgh
at the above-nam ed periodical storm.
Of' the Hietorioal Magazine and Notes and
Queries, we have also received the that number
Issued, that for Biptember, which to the student
end antiqsarian will be found, as usual, On, of
the detieise of his book table.
Another Gross outrage
... . " ,
Yesterday Moraint. the Mayor was called
upon to visit they house of Mr. Thomas More
land, hoary stah:e proprietor, of the Fifth
Ward, who had peen knoeled down and bad
ly abused by two or three men, who wantonly
assaulted him, about three o'clock •a. m.,
while at the fire on piberty street. The May
or took Mr. Morelatuirs information, in which
he depecea that e was struck by David Hall,
with an instru et or weapon which he held
in his band, and that the party would have
killed hint if he 'ad not cried out big name.
He is a very worlby einem, and gave no prov•
ovation whatever for the assault. il warrant
has been issued Mr the arrest of Hall, but the
other parties *retool known to the pollee.
A It -*ramble Casa.
Some nine weeks ago, at the firs to Tidioate,
Warren county, email girl some six years old, F
of Irish parents, ea kicked on the forehead by
a horse. for skull was broken, and a piece of
the bone, triangular in 'baps, with sides of
nearly or quite an inch in diameter, was taken
out. But the wound was not properly dressed.
and the brain followed out through the opening,
forming a tumor, of more than two inches in d
scatter, and aninch from the skull. The cere
brum is now ezOoled, gad ito pulsations plainly
perceptible. at every throb of the heart. A
phynclan is mideavoring-to reduce the tumor.
If successful, theishild may yet recover. Some
three weeks singe, frilly two spoonfulo or the
brain discharged from the opening, and yet the
child enjoys yeti go6d health.
-- .Writus recruiting for tba volunteer service
hi mi stow as to call forth comments of the
press daily, it i traiy refreshing to know the
ladles at least ire not wanting in pattiotimn.
Tuesday:evening, we are informed, the West
ern Gouda, ea4suiped on Seminary Hill, Al
legheny. ciiy, : miceived a moat unexpected sod
welcome present in the shape of a fargebasket
containing- a yariety of the substantial, nod
laxuriesof life; watch ,were relished in true
soldier style byithe members of the company,
who Aelire us to return their- tbanke to
the beautiful dhnor,,fdies Aggie Crawford, of
Allegheny. At the same time their cheeks
are due,to. Wrd. Phillips , band, for the excel
lent mpric diicoursed in their serenade the
s o s
—EA, Or i OLD/21111.. Ent sy
Mr:lsrael Linlis, a member of Co. H, Colonel
Sheri Regis:lea, died at Washington
disease. 'His - tetnabiernall Arrive here to.tnor..
row - aioinrell;.Wheitee ditty Will be conveyed to
twiidepee itiLfpirer Bt. Clair township.
On Wednesday - lot, Mathias Fisher, of Co.
F, now reginibnt died of .typhoiti dysenteri.
- titer it few days' 7liaeu. Lie was about 21
years of age; end -.resided hear New Cutle,
Lawreiree toasty. - Jilt body was conveyed to
New Castle by tosfattier.
Hreamake, Firot Lieatea
eat of the Friribee Infantry, has arrived hare
from Harrisburg, aid reports his company in
comfortable qnarters at that place: Captain
.Fonik has prepared them equipments, and the
:men- aro all 'well and In eicellopt (pints.
Lieut. , Grattrike will enlhif ten or twelve good
men forthissampaPy, if application be made
-soon it Z . . Little'e jewelry store, (J item•
isadrabld puliadillidtitafield street.
ocer of this
- Piy -has beep ejnown aJetter from ''Snibs"
'Arnold, written in the county jail at Cincin
nati, to a friend in thin clay, in which Arnold
take that he,...bahn" Cullman, Jahn Bird:and
iEnoeblioirallhavisil been 'invited and cora
mitted.to jail upon a charge of..k 4 ockftvg dowd
iitioirofabblng a iota of $l - ,61:10:-_:Arnqfd - add',
by why tif pomscript i , that Wash. Freese Made
isPotteur to Vintotz Owessa.—Th Ye.
'hide Moue tfonm luso tho Otty Tenantry iety
slowly, and rfeh.and poor an alike delingoont,
bi large number& The penalty of noa•peyment
is jtist the 'Meant of the Howe -itself, to that
all who ate aned'erilibtatre to 04 just double.
fdayor. 'Wilson informs al that proceeding will
'be instituted forthwith against alt delinquent',
and the penalty inflicted - without regard to per
hae the folio
"phew, Br., •
Boiler Imp" ,
I Leiter from Western Virginia.
t ~, CLARIMEMBO, Va., Emit. 5, 1861.
1 Happsning to be in Fayette county when
the startling rumors of danger to Gen. RUN
crane, itnd a rising of the Secetsionists in
Marion! county, Va., were received, I was
determ(ued to take what I euppoord would be
tea - 'hottest route to join oar Pitisbulh Home
"Guardet 'So I mounted a horse, end, in com.
parry with half a dozen recruit', for Captain
Gilmirrire Cavalry Company, and a couple of
friende;set out for the nut of war. At Geneoa
We leuped that 1,000 Hebei, were assembled
at Worthingtcs, and !were momentarily ex.
petted pt Fairmont to burn the bridges and
the town. Gov. PeirpOint bad fent to Wheel
ing for 3,000 troop*. lAt Morgantown, which
place we reached in the evening, the news was
confirmed, but the number of Rebels reduced
to 5004 The woods around Fairmont were
raid to be tell of Mein, and the mad danger
out to tiavialers. "They shoot at Ley man who
rides a good horse,", said a prominent cit.
izen. , ; .1 would not go through for fifty dol
lars," bald another! and all the loungers
seemecitto couilder it "mighty risky." We
valued but lightly the opinions of the coward
ly felloire, woo we thought ought to be off to
toe aid; at their neighbors, instead or loafing
about the tavern, and slept soundly after our
hard day'. ride. We made an early start,
'awl, delighted with the beauty of the towa—
seatedM it is on the bank of the Monongahela,
and surrounded by the most picturesque hills,
around and over which wind• the road, one of
the views we had in approaching the town,
orchards and fields, and framed in the varied
and curious outline of the hills, then again
relierMl by the hazy, unbroken line of the dia.
tent mountain—cannot be excelled anywhere.
When riven or eight miles tram Pd., we met a
horsenian just from near Fairmont, who told
us the!soo rebels were eurrounded by the Union
tibiae. who were momentarily expecting 2000
trinope ?rpm Wheeling, and that when they ar
rived tthe whole batch of traitors would be
"killed." "There was to be no more prison
ers taken." When eight miles from Fairmont
we net two more horsemen, who said that
"firing was going on when they left." The
cannon were heard in Fairmont, and the Be.
cessiopists mum be getting killed, for ll i wee
known they had no cannon. When we got to
Fairtnont all was quiet, and no indication of
noul excitement appeared. Lazy looking
citizens werehanging about the tavern, the
store l nd tee saddler's shop. Some soldier.,
not n uniform,-were on guard at the bridge.
Worthington is six miles from Fairmont. There
hal been no fight—no 600 rebels—no 3000
troops from Wheeling—and the gisa,of the
whole affair was that a few reputed Seeession•
arts—eupposed to be seventeen is all—ebad got
on &spree In Worthington. frightened the good
people of the place, end then scattered into
the Woods on learning that tome Home Guards
from Fairmont had enameled to attack them.
About 400 Wheeling Home Guardia arrived soon
atter,land fiadirg that their services were not
Deeded, started home again. We concluded
that war rumors were ramer unreliable, and,
after' inner, took the cars for Gen. Roseeraom
head Outer., at this place. When we strived
hereotae Gen., with the most of his command,
was" one. There is enough left here to show
that ar is no small business. The govern
ment has erected large temporary vareconies,
and verything indicates that the General has
no idea or this region of country falling into
the rebels' hands. lam glad to say I can tell
yen nothiny of the strength or Weakness of oar
rmyi—nothing of proposed movements—and
not Much 01 thin locality. Boseerans, with
he main body is said to be near Sutton. This
secrecy Is encouraging. The Quartermaster
at this post is Leib, of Chicago. Most of the
talk I have heard here on army matters con
:ism-In dennuoistiose of this gentleman, both
loud tend deep. fie compels the teamster',
cementer', laborers, and all who mud submit,
to tahe their pay
so Virginia money, which,
teen! on the spot, he can buy at 10 per cent.
dmeonnt. -- .
fie Metal of the chief secessionists of ten
place hare left for some other locality. One,
Jactiron, a prominent lawyer, who was under
Jaren, took the oath, and is now st large. I
saw pint to-day looking at the drill of Captain
Howard's anal/try comeany. Johnston's house
of occupied an a hospital. A large tonna
building, lortnetly a female seminary, is used
as a prison, end is well filled with rebels.
Thrl are en innocent people, by their own
sag...tog, "none tit them having done notelet."
Throughout the mountain region, so far as I
eau lure, thetintalligent part of the farmer.
°ulnae "Union men," the others, ignorant,
tresatierone, and brutal in all their inciaem,
whatever they proless cannot be- relied on.
There are no Potsburehers here, bat no
doubt I will find some at Grafton, where D. L.
Smith, of Allegheny, is the Quarter .
Gen4Kelly is at Grantor'. From that place, or
sone other, if I get time and can hear some
thing more interesting than this Contains to
day,ii will wriie to you. B.
[ Arrest or & Demobs Volunteer.
A !few days kgo Capt. Hann's company, now
in Camp Wilkins, took in ae a "raw recruit" a
girl immed White, egad about nineteen years,
wbohad abandoned bar crinoline and donned
the pantaloons for the purr= of enhatieg in
the service of her country.• She was coneid•
eratky over five feet, with sufficient muscular
development for a *oldie', and sou exceeding
ly libelous "to see active service." Her name
appeared upon the roll es Henry White, and
she drilled regularly with the company, going
through the exercises very well, and eating end
sleeping as soldiers generally emend sleep. On
Teenday afternoon she visited Allegheny, in
company with a fellow soldier, for the purpose
' of getting a carpet sack costuming clothing.
Whits priatog aloe g ths street she was ob d
by elllair Bowden, of Mayor Drum's police,
who thought be recognized in ber an old
"prdice acquantance." A closer look wafted
hie a that be was no mistaken, and be accosted
her} Having arr sted her once before for
parading the stree t s in mad attire, he bad no
beintation to taki g her a second Lime. Her
coinpaoion tried 'had to "blind" the officer
by saying—"he's d soldier," "he's all reit,"
etc: But it wee no ure—the "female voice.
teirxwu conveyed to the lock.up. She took
beri arrest in very good part, simply remarking
that she bad, toads every endeavor to gei
woik, bat failed, and then determined to en.
lure She bails from Kentucky, but profanes
to tie strongly In liver of the Union. Had she
not been arrested, , she would bate been sworn
in to day. Judging from her previous conduct,i
thq army would not be touch beneSted by such
recruits, and her Patriotism is of a kind not at
all commendeblei She will most likely be
emit to jail fora few day,.
..:Tho Wheeliug Int elligenter
ios ebralf.y stem: "E. W. iite
been sppainted :Bastati and
Wor far thui port, alio Hiram
etor of Belie.- - Mr. Yonara ac
neatly fits him forthe'pOeitioa to
bean appoiatedOr " • -=
hat is Mr. Yowled creeopaßoa
trutzsifgerrus Assault. ,
Tuesday morning, as Mr. fillosman, boarding.
house proprietori Penn street, was looking at
thi fire elsewhere reported, he wee attacked
byi an unknown 'ruffian, who knocked him
down and kicked:him most unmercifully. Re
was very badly ahnsed,mad cut eeeeee ly under
thit chin and over the face. lie was conveyed
to: .ble house, where his WNW* wore dressed
bi Dr. Wait td. Kern. Ms, blosvalin is a very
wrathy and respectable citizen, and as the
attack was wholly unprovoked, be can only
account for it upon the supposition that Mk
Mid been mistaken for 1100211 One sue. Mach
ad outrage snags, perpetrated upon au ineden-
Mile citizen, should not go unpunished. Is the
rtiffizn not knoWn to some zoodfcitizen, who
wiit sublets° the ends of justice by turning
Min over to the authorities for ,puelsnment
!The Cleveland and Pittatturgh Railroad for•
warded a large quantity of live stock from this
p&int eastwardly, during the past week. On
hfooday,Sept. 21,80 car loads; Tuesday, Sept.
33, 76 car loads; Wedeesday, Sept. 4th, 67
car loads; Tharadali Sept. 6,101 car loads.
The greater portion of this amok came upon
the Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Railroad at Bell•
air, froid the Cantral Ohio Road—and at &Mi.
bhutille from the Steubenville sad Indiana
Road—but just at present, the Cleveland and
Pttsburgh are fermi/lig large train! of cattle
from _ Olucago—Shipped by fdr. Hancock, of
that city, for GoVernment—deatined for With
in:guilt and vicinity. The agents have advice"
of a train of GoVerament cattle from Chicago
daily for three days—about twenty•five car
loads par day, and about 15 horses per day
from Detroit-40 Washington.
Hoasa T11111P.,. asst.-6 short time snail
Hr. Robin Davis, of Vernon township, Craw.
ford county, had two hones _stolen from , hls'
noble. On Thursday bit, Ms esti was might'
With the horses In his possosdon.at Manilla;
in that county, and lodged in jail.. Ho - b -a
well opposing man or &boat, 50 years of- age,
but Senses tm gilt* lib name. 6. memorandums
book was .foundnpon hls*lnOtt, In the
dun writing vu . 4 Lesons, 'Oboutample 004
4tag.101.0. stionood Sabbath El chool-24 saholJ,
4i. pc0r!. , nt.."... I x
Waugh, one or .;.Lbe ltonibsurnats” class, bee
prelim& • chugs :el itsault and , luunsi
sigsiest-Paisieklihnn, aliening tint Pat Eruct
bet with's brie/L . l,nd knocked bet down.
*want Wu tuned by Mayor Wilson.
ssistleodtst. Protestant Appointments.
Vie fallowing is a. list of the minietenal ap
pointments of the Pittsburgh District of the
Methodiat - Protentant Church :
President . ; .... W. Collier.
Fifth Si r reet Station
SecendiM: P. Church, Paulin/el.—D. Jones.
Allegheny ...... Robinson.
Biniiinghant Station.— V. Lucas.
ShMosnurg sod Bakerstown Circuit...J. Scott.
Manchester CireaiL.. J. Cowl.
Ohio J. 'K. Rine.
Wellsbnig Mission. ..... A. Mistily.
WaShington Mission ..„ W. Wallace.
Amity Mission W. H. Phipps.
Monongahela ..... 11.. H. Sutton.
Rodgetsrille .... ...........Unsupplied.
Freeport Circuit......... ....j. J. Woods.
Fayette' Circuir.....................J. W. Fronde.
Conbellsville Circult„....... J. B. Lucas.
Youtgbiegberiy Circuit......... —....Unaupplied.
Mali!starve Mission C. P. Jordan.
Jubeetoon Micron...To be supplied by Presit.
Cliekry Tree Catenii....... .... ...W. Maud .
Suluebanua Circuit .............A.„ Rtupi
Cie .field Circuit . r .. .... ..... ..... —....J. Cla .
Brobkrille Mi111i011................111. B. Bro .
Clariou,Circult J. B. Roberta.
Tnimbull Circuit H.Tal er.
Nett Brighuni Misatou.; W. Re yes.
Broicurrille Circuit J. g. all.
George'Brown, D. D., Editor of TAs,
Methodist Protestant; T. H. Stockton J. B.
Baldwin, J.!R. Tygard, J. M. Mason, A Mu.
pie/ lett without appointment at theito n re.
que'st; W. G. Williams, J. W. Rutledg and
H. Lucas, superannuated.
The Relief Committee on but Saturday gave
'hal following notice to the Board of Relief,
and in reply - were informed that they would
endeavor to take the Place of the Comattee
on Monday, the 16th 11311,..'
To the Board of Relief of Allegheny county,
Genthnun : You will please take notice
that the rondo supplied to general Relief Corn
toietee of Allegheny county, for the support of
the necessitous families of volunteer', by the
Cotomittee of Public Safety, will be exhausted
by the end of the coming week, and that this
lCoinniittee will, on this account, be compelled
to Close it, labors at the furthest by Saturday,
the 14th inst.—lt will, therefore, be necessary
for the Board of Relief, appointed by an act of
the bat session of the Legislature, to, make
oath arrangements as will enable them to take
charge of the families now on oar relief book,
and those who are daily applying to be added
theme°, as soon as possible atter the time spe.
cifteClor the cessation of this committee.
W. M. EDGAR, Ch , m of Relief Com.
G. L. el. Yerraituao, Bac. of Relief Com.
Mfrs ADAII lenses MEnnenr—This steers.
tric actren wdlappenr at the theatre-to eight
for the second time since her short visit to
the exst. Tae bill offered fur the mullion is •
good' ne, made up as it is of the "Female
drigand,P mid the. r.Little Share."
When we sly that the fair Adab p.m aaaaa
lie lee than six different characters, surely all
who r ant to enjoy themeelses will not stand
aptinitbe order of going, bat proceed at once.
By tide bye we understand that a stifles act
drama, written by Dr. Von Monschisker, will
be produced at the theatre some evening
dining the present week, with the full strength
of the excellent stock company.
VOL. J. W. ClAlr.—This gentleman, who
was lately authorised by the War Department
to raise ■ regiment, arrived in the city Jester
diy, and from him we lean that bus proepects
are very flattering. lie is quite certain that
this restineut will be completed within the
titneepecifiad by the Beereury of War. The
objeet of the Colonel is to have the regiment
aii nearly fall se potaible, previous to tieing
Mustered Into the serrice—thas avoiding dm
delays esperienced by many. We hope that
his eeticipailoas may be tulip realised, a► he
lei eminently deserving of 'oceans.
Brinahanr.—Tbe bolus or , Mr. John hillier,
ajarmcr, residing in Clinton township, Dalin
county, was entered by barglan on Moods,
night and roobed of $4O In monej. 4, marpi
does looking character was eau lurbizir about
the premise/ the verbal) ersolog, and it is in
ferred that be is one of the goilty parties. Mr.
Miller came to the c•ty yeatarday and laid the
matter before Mayor Drank, whom police will
keep; a sharp watch for the titistes.
f.T r.A.PLATI D WAR; AT A IMAC/r.—The
great rierifice ca plated ware meet be cootie.
vied Mt. day at 2 o'clock, p. my at Masonic
liall!Aucuoe Boats, when grennargains May
he expected is elegant Tea Setts, Castors,
Spoons, Cake-baskets, etc. The stock is di
rect hum the largest manufactory in the Ram,
reionh has met anal lessee in the
South. Seats prostded for the ladies.
Ten Pittsburgh Rides, we uaderatand, till
bead ordered from Teuallytown, where their
min:lent in encamped, to a point opposite
Leeeburg, where their WI am marksmen will
be called into active ricamition.
Alliv& at the
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Third and Wood otroits.
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THE 'TEST NEWS.
THE - DAILY GAZET7 E OFFICE.
Weer:roe Cm, Sept. 10.—Great activ
ity pray le in all the departments of the
Navy Y 1 The number of men now em
ployed the - is 1,675, and many are at work
night and day., bunt and shell. and all kind,
of ammunifion continue to be' forwarded to
the proper points in immense quantities. The
manufactaryi of Dahlgren rifle cannon pro-
gresses without intermission. The howitzer
drill is condemed under experienced officers
and the seam en there have acquired great pro
ficiency. ;,: •
Wasuraniton, Sept. 9.—The rebel fortifi
cations on Munson'. Hill, three-fourths of a
mile from Bailers Crou Roads. have every
indlcatioh §1 being completed. From close
inspection made to-day nothing was seen, ex.
cepung parties taking observations of the fed
eral troopsand their position. The earth
works extetid for a distance of probably 160
yards to thel right of the Leesburg turnpike.
No guns wire observed to be mounted on the
fortificatioa, but a masked battery was dis
covered, eacealed by a grove, near Bailey's
house, that a hundred yards this side of the
Ore Sandiy , ything in that vicinity was
quiet, but !his morning the rebels opened their
concealed,' hatterier, throwing shell into the
encampmdit of our pickets at Bailey's Cross
Roads. Terri of the *hall fall short, and the
third one Pined half a mile beyond them. In
retaliationljor this ondunt. our sharp-shooters
advanced kin theirf pickets, and killed two of
Amonqhe le visitors to Bailey's Cross
Roads, to ay, were Mr. Jisob Reig, L. A.
Merchant;; of Philadelphia, and Hon. Henry
G. Leiseuttng, a member set the Pennsylvania
Legislature, of the -same city.
All has; been quiet to-day along the other
posts of the line.
Cao. McClellan, with hi. guard, 'pant some
ours, as ii his custom, among the troops there
s ! - ---
- Beavtuetur,flept. 10.—The Richmond Whig
received here has a most sarcastic aruele on
the white of the Hatteras Fens censuring
by implication the Confederate autt:orities. It
commences in this style:
' "Lenamitate the nutmeg Chinese, by all
means. he emu have been taken. Many
hundred Men have surrendered i valuable offi
cers have',scorns prisoners; a large amountof powdef his been captured, and the most
important; part of our coast for privateering
purposes i in the hands of the enemy, and the
gallant Wirth State to now liable to Invasion.
Stilt it islsmail mauve. It will take 30,000
men to rain the lon ; but that' is nothing.
What do . e want wi bit 1 It was built for
fun, and,,' . vidently, had one been in earnest,
some nott e would have been taken:of the
warning even by the Northern papers. It
would bas the height of folly and treason to
accuse step member of the Cabinet of neg•
ligence iii Ithe premiers. We, who live at the
seat of the Government, know too• well the
'apothem* comp, sleepless vigilance and
miraculoik promptitude of every department,
to entertin for • moment the shadow of •
shady respieion of any short-coming on
the partff of any one nearly or remotely
conneetedwith the Administration. Picayune
.Butler an now let.* as many men as he
pleases W i t the Forts of North Carolina. Of
course W will whip them, far hav'et we the
greatest Itbundamee of unarmed militia!"
RALTOOaIt. Sept. 10 —A letter to the Balti
more Aererricati, from • china of Leesburg, Says
that an attire Minh:4o regiment. stationed
there. ririelted on Saturday, broke theirmuskets
to placeqand started bums. Tlik letter is from
• responelhle end reliable correspondent, who
has furnhhed the Ararriezw regularly with cor
rect inforkation from that vicinity, and be adds
to his no that this news I. reliable.
Baulk tut, Sept. 10 —Gen. Dix .has forbid
den:" the ayor to continue the payment of the
old poll 4 Li force, and Mayor Brown, while pro
testing inst the right of the military author
ity to id Were, has 6yr:tiled his compliance
with the' rder.,
We he' no news from. Fortress Mara this
morniocli no boat b.s , mg arrived from Old
r stkutroirr, Sept. 10.—A di-patch -from ben.
Polk to T . ov. Idar.trio wee laid before the
Legislatu last iseenicK, lb.. substance of which
Was that,. • had occupied Colausous and lip:a
men on *mount of rell.ble ioformation that
the Merit forma were ob,..ut to occupy the said
points; I.IIM he nonsidemi the safety, of West
ern Teuriessee, mid of ihe confederate army in
the vicil? of ilicksueo end Columbus. de
manded ;! sir occopatiuu by the confederate
totem, and that, u a corroboration of said In
formatioS, the federal troops had been drawn
up in li p s on the riser 'opposite to Columbus,
prior to if/occupation by the confederate forces,
rousing Many of the elite no of Colombo' to
Se• Irani: their homes for fear of the entrance of
the federkl troops. Geo. Polk proposes sub
stantially that the federal and confedqate forces
shall be :iimialtantentely withdrawn from Ken
tucky, slid enter into reeogn's slices and /Spolia
tion' to respect the neutrality or that state.
Loutsitua.n,Sept. 10.— Richmond diepatche
to the SPotherii preen report the arrival, on the
sth, of A. S. Johneton He ranks next to Adjt.
Gen. Conner. The rank of Major General of
the Confederate pima wet, iced by the late
Partici engaged in counterfeiting Confeder
ate treeittry Dotes base been arrested.
Col. Wheat, C. S. A., has recovered from
the won't& he received at Manassas.
Vice - Freiident Stephens will spend the Fall
The Memphis deafancke, of the Sib instant,
anaountps that the manner Hartford City has
been captured , by the Federal gun-boats, and
the sulfite Crew taken prisoners.
mat, Sept. 10.—Gen. Anderson at
tired be e from Frankfort last evening. ltd
more ai afloat that hfildraugh'i Hill, forty.
five milli, loath of this place, wan occupied
last night by portions of the State Guard, and
that Zolliccfler, with a large force, has match
, ed throsigh Cumberland and got into Kentucky.
Theme temors are very prevalent, but not gen
'Sr.Se m pt. 9.—By order of Gen. Fre
mont, revolt &shit ble.Kinstry will, to
morro4lasue instructions that no officer or
soldier 1,111 hereafter be allowed to leave this
camp Its• for - the execution of soma public
unit, o the performance of the most impera
tive pefsonal business, and not then without a
wntteulpermit from his brigade or regimental
commander. All officers found in the 'city
witho& such permit will he arrested and sent
to the4l respective 'tallow; and all soldier'
absent;,from their companies „ under any sir.
en ces, alter sine o'clock at night, either
with & without a permit, and all iftdiers
about ift any ti dos without a permit will be ar
rested4nd confined in the military prison. All
officelland soldiers are commanded to respect
the Frerost guards, and exhibit their permits
to dis")efficer in command mere)), or .7 mil
itary eke or
,l patrol who may requi • them
NzaSi Teas, Sept. 10.--1 serious a t 'r took
place at Mullett' Point last night. I seems
that aXaptain Crests, with a company . r .01218
forty Men, lel the ancaropmeet of t• e New
York J.lfies, ith the intention of joining some
otheerigimen , but they meta guard of thirty
men sotto refused to let them pass. Daring an
altercation of word. a pistol exploded, it is
said, by accidient, when the gaud fired on the
revolters, killing and fatally wounding four of
the soldiers. Captain. Cheats was arrested
and placed in jail. The Coroner is holding
an itoinest to•day. The affair bar_ created
considerable excliemeat among the military.
Barbadoes dates of the 26th ult, state that
the pirate Sumter put into . Surinam on the
20ali,Alut was refitted permission to coal. ~
7 .410 - yl,twonsair Count, Md Sept. 9.—The
rebeickeep op an aimost daily thin on oar.
merit the Ferry, and at times make demon.
stratinhs as if they intended to : croon the river.
Tbire wu heavy cannonading yesterday is
the vidinity or Edward's Ferry. , This may
be their plea for drawing - ear 'min from the
workni whiCh are Said to be in progress on the
Ferry, goad, leading to Leesburg. Sen. Banks ,
divecon in ready at all times.
Britannia, N. Y., Sept. 10.—The Indipand
ent raople's Contention met to.dey and was
Imply attended. Hon. Thos. 0. Alton!, to:-
Speaks? was sleeted temporary Chairman In
his rinarks on taking the chair, he said that it
this adoration'was tightly condueted it would
tall Man for the country than embattled hats.
The Convention then proceeded to It pennant
NreYoay Sept. to
Nik YOll4 Sept: 10.—me !leery Stables of
Mat err Carroll, on StAtel bland, were dor
stroynd by lire lut night. Twentrff re horses
perished, and I wagons, carriages, era.,
war. burned. Lots $15,000; Weasel for
."Qir ac, Sept. 10.-The steamer. North
BR* has passed Farther Point. Neradskes
hare been anticipated.
LOMIIIIVILIX, Sept. 10.—The late movements '
of the Federal. in Kentucky wastes mend- '
arable consternation in the South.. Tenn.:in .
papers demand prompt action Ind say Ken..
tacky neutrality has been abandoned and calla
for an earnest effort to sustain What they all
the true people of Kentucky. i
On the 3d Major General Polk isanaegan.
ern orders for all officers and soldiers of big
department on furlough to report without de
Richmond papers of the sth contain what
purports to be a reliable estimate of the Fed
eral force in and around Washington. The
total is put down at 112,000. !
The Atlanta (Gb.) Ccerfederag, of the sth,
rays there is little doubt that the Confederate
Government is in late receipt Of dispatches
from Commissioneth in Europe. The tenor of
these ire represented to be that France and
England and Europe generally are greatly
agitated on the American qaestimi,"and that
the recognition of the Confederacy by the
powers of Europe will be sharpy accomplished.
Southern papers eomplaid of fact that
millions en sent North by bank. and , capital.
lets of the South for the purpose of buying
bonds of for Confederate States sa a depreciated
value, and say it is equivalent to giving meaty
to the enemies to procente the war.
A staccipede of families took piece about the
4th, from Fernald; Floridi; from apprehen
sions of it bootbardmiet ofhe', town by the
Federal fleet, which now hol dsa strict blockade
of that point.
The Savannah News, of the sthr, adds to this
statement that the entire nut ! of Florida is
In 'Maki on the capture of, Hatteras, the
Memphis Appeal of the 7th makes ii loud call
of complaint of the ineillateney of the military
board, and expresses fear that the military
leviers are too much angroosed in prosecuting
the war in Virginia to accord a' necessary de
gree of attention on the sea most and Missla.
The coast Is guarded by composites which are
Increasing along the Georgia, South Carolinai
and Fiorito, °out
The Crescent, of the 7th, condemns the mlll-I
Lary board of Mississippi for Inactivity, to ace,
adding to her coast defenders. -
A dispatch to the Nashville dautte says that",
Brownlow and his eon shave been arruted
Knoxville by a Beesulon officer. A Nashville
gentleman informs us ostensibly the charge le
for circulating Helper's book.
A Richmond dispatch to the Nubville Regie-1
ter states that the Quartermaster's department;
at Richmond has been very active of late.;
Large contracts have been made lately for comp;
and field equipage, to the =bunt of 180,000:
Om Polk has issued the following proclaims.?
tion The Federal governmenthavlng, In deft?
aura of the wishes of the people of Hentueky4
disregarded their neutrality by establishing
camp depots of armies, and by erganislng
tau companies within their territory, and by
oonatmoting military works cia the filissoarf
shore, immediately opposite and commanding
Columbus, evidently intended to rover the laud ,
ing of troops, or the misare of *at town, it kiwi
become a mllituy-neauslty for the defence of
the territory of the Confederate : States that the
Confederate forces occupy Columba" in advance;
The Major General Commanding has, therei
fore, not felt himself at liberty to risk the lose
of so important a porition, buttes decided to
occupy it. In pursuance of this decision, he
has thrown sufficient force into toe town, and
ordered 'it to be fortified. It is gratifying to
know that the presence of his troops is accepts;
his to the people of Colambae,:and on this oe;
cuton they usurp them that every precaution
will be taken to Mauro their quiet and the pro;
bastion of their property with prsonal and eor;
potato rights. (Signed)'Laeantias Pour. i
Dated Cotuadna, &pt. 4, 1841.
Fataneronw, KT., Sept. 10.1—In the South./
ern Right's Convention eereotlf counties went
represented. The Convention occupied thil
Hill of the House of Representatives. i
The Senate:adjourned till tomorrow. Res;
olutfons wereeltered and are 'tow being cffeif
ed. The subitance thereof Cannot be ricer:
tilted till tomorrow.
Nothing was done to-day by the Legialaturet.
TooLuvatc ' Mo., Sept. 10.-Yesterday at. .
titration the Picket pail at .Conradra Ferry
discovered a body,ol 'obeli it work, which,
on inspection with gluses, proved to be t 4.
erection of a two-gun battery: Word being
sant to Gen. Stone's hind-gutters, i Bedtime
of a battery wskicori 6 diatai forwarded. The
rebels ditcher - red two shells without effect,
when our guns responded with sphincal airy
shot, causing columniation anion' the rebels,.
and a solenoid specimen orriniec. The dila
tante between the two batteries was not lest
than three.fourths of a mile.
Ihe medical director, Dr .! King, i forme
your correapondent that bis aimy presents an
extraordinary degree of health' considering dip
change of climate, the chanieable weather,
and the season for'new Bola and vegetables,.
There are ve.y few. serious calms now in thit
regimental hospitals. Those Which are of this
character will be sent to the general bovpitnt
at Baltimore in a day or two.
WISTCHIIITIS. Pa, 880.1 k —A Union nom-1
lusting Convention was held in this borough I
to-day, and every township hi the county trut,
represented. The Convention was organised by
the appointment of Caleb Price, Esq., as Prey- 1
[dent. A full ticket was nominated from 001
various parties. Wm. Butler (Rep•) wu nun.
boated President Judge; John P. Bailey (Brock.
Duo.) Associate Judge ; WO3. Windt* (1344)
and P. Fraser Smith (Douglas Dena.) were
nominated for Assembly. The &let's a mild
one throughout. Loyalty to the country was;
the only list. It was the largiet delegate Con.l
vention ever held in this aunty.
Eiststmorts, Sept 10.—Giti. Byrd. C. Bo
and nu otiminstert for Gower:tor this raornias
by the Scansion Pesos Oonseation.
Moss Parcae Pasomrrm,4—The Grand 'MY
of Westchester county, before adjourning on
Saturday lasi at White Phinsi . prevented to
the Judge of ' the Circuit Court, sitting ;1
that place, the Yonkers Herald, the Highlap
Democrat, the Eastern State Journal of tho
county. and the Stoats Zeiteng, and the Nrvl
tirMal Zeitutig of this city, !'an dissaminatore
of doctrines, which, in the ;eilliting S4te ;of
things, tend to give aid and comfort to the
enemies of the government; and to prevent
vigorous prosecution of the war by which
alone the supremacy of the government MO
be maintained, and national peace and pros.
parity again whammed in the land."—N.iY
Intros'/her iumErr—t Sorensen SPY , of
Bee McCruccres Mans Parsoura.—Wet.
Nelson was yesterday brought down, ante
guard, hom Washington, 40., where be be
een arrested under circumatances that eiei,
ted strong suspicions of hincomt g seiy lett.
ly from the enemy's camp u a spy. he tual
traveling on horse•back, aid stated thatili
had beer journeying through the Southwest.
being at the time of his arrest on his waY,
North Ildisaouri, where be end all his friends
reaide.—St. Louie Dem. I
VOA CINCINNATI! AND
LOIJISVILLI. —Monne posionvz
steamer LIHDD r, Cop( T. Xt. notion, NU tava rOr
On above and tntermadbt• . ports. on TEIMIWO
lklaltnlFo 010 Va.**. For MOO or pause. so.
ply on board. 0./Oi
tramptet from the Prison In tlalt et" the folloyrteg
&wiped Owners: ,
W. 11.61310116113—gripyolegtobe en ArArkab by
birth. of I, lab docent tea bolt. SS remold ebed
6 hall° Wass to Wahl dark her, dark hine.eyee
and dark eye brows, dr. toed Ingark clothes, coenift•
ted on • charge of bergfaiy.
Jegittg TIES-10 IselLhlne> chant eighteen
yearn 01d,6 het 6 'whole height, light auburn:heir,
oral yea, high forehead sa r i' 1 7, 4 We'
gligaLig 6008.-11 Oanadten, Woof ZS teire ?!!I
age, 6 feet I locket hlghotont built, yellow or 6 "'"'
thy oomplexioa„ dark hair, dark e'er. ware a regjitin.
net shirt end dark pants. Coniedtted on a charge bf
coanterteldsgUrdted gimes cote.
wAsatisorati 119,11,11 T—An Ateattcan, sheet $S
d, 0 ik trews htpodoet tblo,
tooloop ol , light hat. grey ere.. dark clothea andrt>
lag eenteoce for yearns counteritit toast. • I
A reward of g= wllt a paid for the arnet tied
livery of the above described gerxene ar the) su to
alb city, or $lO foreither of them ,
Ye 113.6 L. a/UMW, IthrirtN
gbertra galas, Yttlabergb, Stet. 0,1116 L 0616.1
fILIE.A2 blUble 1.10350N5.....—An7
ivperlencedteaeher of the 'ion° and Ilbasisi;O r ia
Om on mount of the hand Use. 14 lesions for $5.
ne also tits Oeboaln /Whom 41 4th stork doll.
man's soot stem
SITES NOR REFIdIcIIJ s--•
ban for t*oloia orionoty kesiii!e•
yoad the dty adattribly 'WWI for on; lis•
PINSLIII3.sad asap. •i Wm. U.B RINS. I
Nana Na' UT I =rib end.
1-111,_RILFINZREI end. others -luivOmr,
olts or Iffestkinaltr.ter Ws, ars tiottod tojiir •
" led 'sag" B " * JAC t ra Ji:
JUr . 103 INTLII6
PriTll 1117 --- 11.611 ELILEUICETS.
tigdPsraic's ay+ Y lOur Pitgawllk Gart 44 4
112Taratal, TI:111DF. &PGIMbel i O. UV.
falllt-I, SU zoarlist 0:411111d adn. snouts add v
deirldll#4 !ea MAI or zio change , tupelos& ibde af ,
CO bta tieng and Winter Wheat badly at OM (AL -
60 I dx)do it id.' 624:40Ct1S de do at $4,15t0223 doWin.
tat lftsi4 do at $5; souls dull at $42341)1.:0. Rs.
btozzlitiz—unchativi,vigia MEOW loot de ,
mind at fell piece, Bee of a bids Porto Sko Mae
iiiln 6do kiss , Orknaa dla at Egeld}in; 2/ do da at
10 hnia daat9- 21 tal" Molasses at 111)e... 41 ad11i 1
bap Cdses at lea
BAOoWrin moderate local request, trlthont. how
am. any: tf mind= to prior.tale of 2002 bl Oboe.
ldsze and Ptak Mum at do and Sz per lb.
1 1211/1116.0ate nuctianod. with a eels off° bosh
- g n i 4ads at Ili lit hush, axon 176 do. tem store,- '
' ll 20What dull; yds tic= atm* of ICO bosh prints
;lad on pielite terms. Tilers Is nothing doing In
4" or Bra.
illitlf-43as declined; atls front city =sloe of 22 loads ,
a 4 tram $ to $9ll ton.
1 IlnifKlild—bals of en dozen at $1,50, $2,10 and 112,3
par, tali pr quality.. „ _
:iCdo prat Pd. ills
of II boo W. IL at t/ M : '
D9.111:1 XIII r—sale of 502 IDs Wins at 10)io lfi Th.
iio lG littW a- _ l I PP OiI LI.3—p , of
4 1enbty la "
and e. dril d ; 62" " ads of 24 We
111,4oiavra $1 bbL
014-4101, ot 1.0 Obis. from Mecca Will,, sit syio p
1 D .ji Mt D:APPLE3 -Ea'. of 12 bush prime al 7 0.) pee
OTA.I2OH—SaIs of 10 tits Wools' et 43,1 c It 01.
Imports . My Mayor.
L013133144—per 0 allipotto—pl bbd. tobacco. 1 tx
13mph:e8 palmier; a tag sondthr. 1 !At vartuab, •
Chats & tao MO bola dour. 3 cka dry peacbao.2 aka
do:McDonald & ArbstAbr. Ida bbla flaw. I= *ICU
*hot. p ;Wagon 80 ntin Litt. Gunboat & etdpton:
',400 do do; Or aim & =unman 100 do do, WO accts
&tame & aghtg 10 Mala tobacco, d 41. UMW*
30 do dt!i. ;lobo plaid* co. • ,
I 11313.13:LING—gke a C Bata--1871 As ibis; a
bales ram 93 bbla dour, a $ tolls toothir.l bat apt,
r, Ctatte & ca. 11 bbl. aaplss,l ObL 1 kg paarad so
atbal & taxa DM aim aXalk t UMW 1 boot 2 =be
ar% iambs:it & call:tow 1 cram Will, Pstater& co;
do do;,Thon aattlgan. ~
, . _
Pirr;i•see B CurvisAßß KM 10a.6-4,91. T—
s bbL2'76n12.,11 L Tobneatock tag 2 strakddobts, As
.• Oodorobl, 20 Ins oboe" B Babb= & co; 176 do do,
9 261,901 d 10¢ 25 bolo SAG T 1,614/6lliad 1111 V.
0 tow wither, A a W Ill000rd; . 7 slipup. XB God
-7.12160:1t. apples J 11 Green; 169 62.0 gram, &IWO.
/Oslo, th a 60:35 aka wheat, Jl, Nobl• &on 2'
is ilm, J Malian 31. 61. clue*, II H llicro:
br. 06 .21s apples, A Loo.b; 10 do do. L alit:dem &
10 'chew, thornsker & Linz 16b61.2 apples,
book :'Lasoar;7ll As 1666,0, 6681 ore - floor, Voted.
1, a. . ; b bblafiaorit3bJlver &191,011131, 16 do do
.:P277222 2 5 12 . Pr Winn -A Catatoo - 111/I'noo.— . • .
opt. 194-81. bora boa, Osztopoo; 1. bbl owl; B IL
17so.&;1111116 wool, Wm Baiter; 19 odls 10611660 - ,
612 1362wdy; 66 061. off, 9 'A lahneatost k c; 1 au , '
6ril els7J Bog & Palntan loth h golds, J B lienxidrl
0 bll.l &Mbar. JAz tor; 2 mks 292,1111110d402 - ..,
siowsmusar AND cuastrAuls.i..: •
SasEfnkstmomantsot the put two nuts tom-2
Pero at Adoirs:
log al,+Loatui sad Dlacoonts-- P 0,081,474
do do • 13e,11513,D0
bens. We week*--e 8 1 , 923 A. 4
gllO-Sperle---.. ..--- -.....
:;.. . • .415.0
A d Ti-ir do ........... -......-17,1,30.•
thls week--..-- ..... ..PALOACI. ,
Aug 8f.101.i, butatldn . ....-L.---.....-e . LUAUS - -
Sept 7.- , - do -........ - .:.—.....e , ..- B,B9oAdt •
Limn this week —.---- SWAM.,S
b " .
Aug tee, Net depudte--......., $12b.41.46.010
Alpt IJ- do ' ---....er-....... 114.091,061
creme thin 'mt.—,-
' 6 ,31 4 , 90 . -.
The Idle dlererezees are the rem tot the rountneut -.
14 the inkt In the national toen.-fgAr. Com. - Adr:.' , . - -
:Therkrer eras receding slowly .
2 .?neheaby the metal matt Um
thole:from below were the • Edema. train: Itheelinr. - :
and Unitas fro* tontallie. !attn . boat.iutarne
to Cluidunatt sad Loatsnllle agate to wormer 6110 •-•_.
x. ;Being of very light .dretght; ebippers tadide ,
&Otter going through with dispetch........,—lteke.;*
hi wag little dialog at the 'but In the w of Itituk,
near; add ad Improvement cannot be rennin/day t
ed fornial we Dap nyre rater.
Itriu - ketw by Telegraph:
. Partstorsrau. dept. 10.1toorro—ltritsdstolia
Moor .4254 e. lower; Weser waperllne at $4 Ink TS
extra at $4 87%05 1154- sod - entre IsonDy. at .$Ol 26 -
See:slots and *treks moderato. -Small alai By. Ter
at $3 18843 00, anl torn Moat at $3 81%., The Adler.
legs ol lenowt have fallen a, sod In good ss9oest;ll,ooo-'
bush. ,Sind st 1401/ IS for &Minns red, $1 lea; -
noiemo..; sod 1001 2S for 11 111 51 . SIG
tog stg@SCA. Sale. 2,000 hush. yellow cent at %Sc., - I
sad 8,810 bosh. new Delaware cata at 291211050.. Pro.
%wow dull. Wes of roma pork st $1.13, an d lent at
'J .fd Ohne and 9%,1149-X0 for kegs. Coffee einsysalell
508 bags HIS at 14400%r. Iola? and in-dswes htve,„.
an upward tendency, , Whisky dull at IEOIB% .
No. Toss, Sept. 10...-N00n...-towe /.1%5;006',
bbts. Slsl, 40@)4 45 for State, $S 0W415 10 Ibt
lad goo 25 for .Bouthern. Wheat advanced ,
I%les SOSO° bush., at 51 10 few Sfllwankle dub, - a n d
21 1414141 17% 4,2. red western. Cora dud ;rotes; -
140,000 t:05.0 '43441190. dor yellow. .1 45141 1 v ,_ 41084 „ AI
18e. eke Eimer but TV•t , ; Mi. 4 012,1 OS Ai. I. an
re.ww to 43%, Geraglw be 68, andl:latoltass 82%. •
Neil Toad. Srpt. - 10.-.lrenhog —Caron firm. Flour
arm ;inlet 20,000 ads. at $4 Ca& AS for ends, $3B)
5 1010 Ohio end WS 25 for southern. Whilst sal.•
%are)! le. ; gala 213.000 bush., stsl@t Cl for Chicago
olnluia $ I 0564, 09 for 6thwaakbc'ub.sf i;ltt- 17% .
for red. wwetero, $t 2501 10% for white, add $1 250
1 19 lar white Kentucky. Vora advanced le.; saki - .
120,00 bash. at 48€5490.; yelrow Sle. Best atradf. ,
Port', kale; at $l3 76451.1 SA OM. Dad 48 5 11 d7.-
Wht,t dm at 18,01.8%e.
AN I,llBllBLOt Thursday, Sagas& Eth,.at the
resident:sof her son.Jsrow Sodom. Jr, Lonlarllts,
Ay. Mrs. Saun Ammar, Ia the 931 yews clearly. •
1 MANHOOD.' . - • -
so'NF• LOST 1 . HOW RESTORID V
Jail pablifbail balk Bailed Ilatelopalaflos a atir„'' -
A biting oa tas cants, treatmant, And•fadicaL .
atearapermatalhaa or Eaalaal Weaktma. Uri—.
triftaii ll:anions, Bexasl Debillty, and ifarclialtata
to *rap afterally,Nervaazzats,Coalampdas, Epp.. : . .
0°9 4 millnat.aaal , sad Physical locapoolly, lot .
=lila f ro m &ill Above, ka—by BOWL J,C,UIf
Vila LOC D., Anther of the Gam Book,a a. . ..,,
"4 noon to Tlbbusaadii of Sultaress? ~
!ant awes leaf, Ina plain auvakpa,ta any.adtlvaa ---
paCisicl, *a receipt of as asna, - or inn iottart .
Asa by ' Di.OEL J. O.KLINIL -i '
W'i ' lri Bowery. New Tark,P, O. Boa OM •
ECEINKY 33. C 074.1115;
• - Arabi' & Conualutca Id esobso
AND WLIDUNALI puma IA
I And Pristitstktusll7.
dery Ns. is inwor Snot retsursh
ROBINSON ,I NSON. MINIS
OZEDDIAII AND 1
LB Et IN 421.2" Or
0 ss. sto.sl Marks
'lll4l/afactora all Wads ot IM
Dieluaa7; Oastlags, Hailtawl
sail(Mast Lrtil Work... 4
Js sad Hapactas a
lakialatraa , -
ROAD- EIP .I;;IPAPANT.•
Pusosarr. •• factainar:
Omani" is Pork*. lalMal
BAIL ROAD BPLIEBB, ClTAnia
: AND BOAT BAKES.
Ogilar of•Virator Street and Cherry:alley,-
11 , 01kivdic • PIITEBtITIAR. Ptiale^:
Rte .ti. .aCcUlie disl:l4,),Fe tie
:Vi iga and. Somalis Bilh of -Eithaits; . -
?.011111710/1:1113 Or. DI/OIL; : ..L....' : .4 , -.: .:
4 3 . . war. 'rotas ASP 71P20137,
/6 . 67. 111.6.1117 WC 1T171737T, R1T28171124113, , Lae
s.Oollactloas.Anado on 111 the: prbscbga cither:• -,
tbOnee kat the United State.: -, bt.riblit,'F, 1'
p93Brav cocEacioz. ar. la/toy
Vlnfßantog, Iron . raw: 'NW
itntidoir Cultism Wiltdilv
ylEko„ea abut ma c 6 lird Mut;
titan Wood fedltatkst,) PEETBDZWIIIt 3.11.41 - •
llion tends variety of COW rittin*hirejand:: '
ratibla far a ll forposos: Partfolluittolltbt*?...
1;01 to 00c:emit Otoos LO4. Jobbtott dcotoitittittlit:.
Pittsburgh , Steel Works,;
• .rorrics, main) ac CO.
NANUFACTURZRS OF CAW
Brut. s=im. Plow sad I. Disci:-
MIXtiE tkru L
"4 Thu idg, • OM PITTP
I 'l3. B. a C. E'. DIABZWI,
PAPER MLEITIACITIREEEi t
E.lllllsl, oat ) , LIMA& AND 1..74. Awn; um
' A: P - i! rr Xi; "EvEs
trail sa a Wood r ittieet to 3RO:glir ;
Ilaintalold Stmt. flitiburah.
•• • •or !rads tor Mo. mytalltt fa
.-r.:....:,.:'..1,.u,.-. , :.:....
1 7705 K
• Rues& and MU
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