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11121N103DAY MORNITIG, 00T. 18, 1861
- 1/2.LTILOSOLOOICAL the
seat by O.IE. Stem; Optician, 6S Filth street
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Wart of Quarter Ikealoos.
nrlday, OcZ 'ls.•—Before - Judges /Peters,
Adams and Parke. •
John Smith and Eliztbeth, his site, charged
with . keeping a disoiderly, bawdy house •on
"Bog" allay, Allegheny cir•y, were placed on
• natioied a large bomber of antiserum exam.
, John had served three 'mouths in the
• army, :and bad recently -enlisted faiths war. -
The testimony against the defendants wu
- quite Muses and positive, and the jury found a
'- • verdict of guilty. The Court sentenced them
, . to . pay a fine of six cents, and undergo an its.
pnsonnient of one mouth each in the county
Elizabeth Stockman, a poor German wanes,
• remiling near Wilkinsburg, was put upon, trial
for selling liquor on Sunday. - The'prosecitisg
• wthiesie,Thomas Bargees, swore that , he drank
Mee. Stocknienhbouse, on thrill! sea.
oral Snidays,in May last; that Mat kept it in a
cupboard, and did Cot have a barer fixtures;.
that he drank the liquor, and coaxed her each
time to quit senior; that his sole object was
to induce her to"abite the naisance;" that be
had sci in and au -on good terms with
: - On cross-examination; witness stated
, • ; Hutting wife and his daughter bad difficulties
„., with Mrs., Stockman, and they had - sued her
fir surety of the peace. A son of Mr. Bur
. - gees, aged serreateen, also testified that he had
, bought liquor from the defendant, one Sunday
in May his father being present, and that
she charged ten cuts a drink oat Sunday.
• This was about all the teatimes* adduced , by
• the prr secution.:
, ' J. H. Hampton, Esq., appeared for the an.
feadstat voluntarily, and stated that she was a
' married woman, basing her husband.' and
. Children with- her, and wale' a living ,by
hard, boats* tern; that the proseentiou had Its
. origin in spite, and not contain with two suite
for surety of tie peace,Bargass was now op
pressing her with a ' third tied more heinous
prosecution. He pronounced 'fitirgess as a
drunken; worthless vagabond, ana his son
„as. very little better—the whole case being
• supported by fiat perjury. He did not dare
• to make the informaiion before the magistrate •
- at :Wilkinsharg; where he was known, but
, Came all the way to the city, dragging the poor
, woman alter him, aid , subjecting her to great
. • •:::annoyance and torture. '
• &mural witnesses were then called for the
- 'defuse, who testified that the defeadant, - so far
• as they knew; kept an Orderly booss, - andthey
had heard Of no distutbanoe about the pram /tea
until the dainties with the Bargees family.
- The woman did not keep a bar, and they never
time it charged that she sold liquor on Sun:
dajr. The jury, after receiving their charge,
from the Court, ratired.and goo* returned with
• a verdict of "not piny; and that the piose
eutor pay the costs.
The - next cue was a charge preferred
against the same defendant, for selling liquor
- without license. Thomas Burgess, prosecutor,
testified that beitad• bought and drank liquor
there in Jane :last, five or six times, always
Warning her that if she did not quit sallies be
would bate to prosecute her. Ha testified
• • • that be had *see several other pawns drink
there, some of whom ho named. One of those
.named wu called, and he testified that there
. • wait • tittle 'attritive at the hoses one fight,•
whew a quilt was riffled (or, and some-liquor
• „ was drank; bat nose paid or that be View
, 11 lady was next called, but she bent into
'tears, and was dismissed from tbe stand.. This
acceded the testimoey tor the prosecution. ' .
Several witnesses were called for the de
tense, who-gave - the weans a good chatacter
- for p eace end sobriety ., Mr. .11amputa: thee'
y:.renewed the circumstances of amuse. sod
•.•akamatinsswhich prompted the prosecation,.
and is dine" so he admisinered • severe
• ?catching to Tommy Barges. _ . • '•. •
• ' - chatting th e jury, Jtufge - MoCiere call e d .
• atteatku to.-the strange *ending of Burgess,
. who, while professing to sutures the sods of
morality and justice, by inducing the troman - to
*Uion the sale . of . liquors, always took a
drink Another singular .eiratmetatitte was
• this « In Wilkins township -they hays a meals-
grit, to attend to the little - suits that mop occur
'Aim but Mr. Burgess comes all the way to
Pittsburgh and sues before a magistrate. The
Court bad no hesitation In saying shit this was
oarressime,ant the jury would doubtless say so
. The jury, &fur a brbaf adsenet„ found awer.'
diet of "net guilty, and that the prosecutor pay
the costs." Tommy Burgess was than santanced
. to pay the costs in both eases, but not having
the "ready" be was given into the -custody of
, , -,Pctar McCoy, charged with .assault and bat
-ter, on oath d Mrs. Lavin, eras nett put upon
trial. The prosecuttix lived in a house of de
fanaant; is the Stith Watt and whileremarlts
her goods therafrom; being one "month in sr
• • - reare,/BeCoy seised- ha trunk and alight en
seed.:Tae testimony was very .0141014.
The jury found a verdict of not goilty, but that
the defendant pay the costs. Defandant was
; • .
sentenced areordingty. _
Bpbraimplarriett, charge d with an mgrs.
-rated mauls open Mrs. Mught, wife of a tares
keeper in the Diamond, plead guilty to 114186111 i
and battery; end was sentenced to those months
in the county Jail. •
The Pietaspleniata ComoLulea locte:n.
The assail Meeting or tee -Penney tvania
•. ColonizatiOn Society was held in. Philadelphia
on Monday cfternoon. The anneal report
Mates that during the year ending Septimber .
304,1861, &tiny-three of the colored gropula
hos of Penisyleania had emigrated $0 Liberia;
of this sumber,imiateen were from Alleghe.
county, one from Dauphin; one hum Lanese
tarafoer from Poiladeiphis, ten ' from
Wuhingtoa county, ga expedition -. is now
propane' in New Torii. to •,eail on the lit Cl: November next, and it to expected that tweaty .
colored individuals will go from Pertiejlvania•
One hundred and seven . from t o ns -State . ca..
bees added io the coleind population . 91. the
y.. Archon Btopublic.elnce May , let, 1859. The
" report' also slates, that within nice numbs
• 2,111 Alcinous, rescued from also, veuels, by
Goverment vessel., have been placed ender
•••-• • the vire of the Liberian authorities, and by
•'• ' them placed in latrtiltel, of put Out=on name,
and Is almost every Munee they bare showed
a great aptitude in learning the dotlesjmposed
upon them. The report, in stating the practi
' - nability of a gradual: removal 01 the tree cot.
• ored population; u well 'as the *lived, to Lis
bails. matey, "that it has been computed that
our Government has upeaded over $200,000r ,
000 within the last thirty years to help the In
dians of this country, cod in consideration of
this fang Congress *Wadi - when the proper
. time arrives, pursue a like course for the col
ored race io our =idol." •
"The renew of 1860? - eoutiuues the report,
Zres the persons ber of free colored pereO
,V - , - and slaves at 3 960,343, untidy& to
tal 0n1,440,052.. By the official - returns ob
tidied from the State 'Department, at Wash
- ingics; it oppean that hem September .30,
1843, to December 31, 1860, there arrived at
the ports of the Gaited thaws, by aea,' from
foreign laude, 4,386,441- passenger.. The
/noted number that arrived in a Niggle year
' war 469,474. From thin it is evident that the
„free colored population of this country might
'Migrate to Africa or elsewhere, within a little
-mote than a aingletyear, tad the entire body
of people of color, with the increase, might
remove in leas than twenty years. Two-filths,
or $100,000,000, of rho amount recently voted
by Morrows for war purposes, would. be suf6-
-• to cover the espeus of the paseage of
- these eliliniante to Liberia, and Ytso to pay for
six menthe of their support after arriving in
, that country." The report closes with -
meats showing the advances made in agricul
ture, the arts, fec.', in Liberia, and appeal, to
the friends of roe Society to continue good.
will towards • It.- The receipts daring the
- year amounted to $6,333 32, biciudtig a be
- - nee on head of - the prembusysah - of $431 91.
.Theelpendituris wen, .not quite equal to the
FLAG FiIIIUMATIOIf.-GaTelliOr COMA SUP,.
031 l'antsday 'neat, present deg, to the tegli
_arsats ottani. liegley'altrigacte at Camp Wilk
kaa, it is the ooverrate. dean that the Mejor
:-Eisseral sad Btigadter Cretterals of the Hone
Star& should be present Oa the •We
ari - Ort informed at what heir the presentation
t►iii talcs owe. .
1 ~,,Cwraux MIL ROM Bapputirr. l -A Idter
t McLane dada flat Bey :Jt Plower,
R aw l i n g s dpki-d• Ogg air Courant:Al of um
itiorbodir Olpiroli, ! w biderdpids Chap - Wad'
Arsaaimpas Tote of tbi
jr - ir t e.rildwaidSidtioditirldidass rill
1,1 -,1 1,4
-.Mews 'or liteepett.
At a meetiagaaf Company A, 33d Resilneflir
(Col. Blackfa)P. V., held on:Tuesday swelling.
October the 13th, in Camp sear Ellis Church,
the following - preamble and resolutions were
:I - Whereas; God, la kis all wise providence,
'has been plessed to remove from as . oar be.
loved friend aid fallow et:sidle?, -Edward
Resolved, That in - tbis affliction of the Al
mighty.tmed, we have lost a friend; hit - family,
• kind sin and - brother; society, a youth of
promise; dad oar toren, a devoted soldier.
Resolved, That in this bereavement we:Ac
knowledge the supreme will of Him " who
doetb all things well," and bow with humble
eabliinion to-that will.
Readvesi, That this is but another warning
to as to prepare for that great change which
Resolved, That wodesply sympathize with
the relatives of thedeceased, and commend
them to Him who it the friend of the widow
sad fatherless, knowing that ha will anstain
and comfort them.
.. Resolved, That a copy of Abele resolutions
be sent to the Pittsburgh Gazelle, Dispatch
aid (het:icicle (or . publicationi also one to the
family of the deceased.-
J. C. Ham, President.
G. C. Canaan, F. M. Craig, G. R. Forsyth,
Oar. Beek Table.
'Tao - Ameroin Janine cf lb, Madly l &bores
WIWI by limo Hays. Id.)). 'Ph bidetphia
Blarichird k Luc* :_.
. We hive received tie October number of
this illusblet Quarterly; which forme& goodly
volume of about three hundred pages. This
is belt enough] but the contents are such as
to demand careful discussion, to 'whieA ample
space meat be devoted.. Wo find in this num
ber no less than eight original communications
by various eminent profesiors and practition
ers—some of the papers being illustrated with
several Wood-cute. Then we have a carefully
prepared summary of the Transactions of So.
eietiee; after which we Sod five elaborate re
'WWII of recent important works 'connected
with the medical sciences-followed by eight
bibliographical notiesn—in other words, briefer
reviews giVingn eandensed report of the sub
joiebuistter of '•various recently published
work!, both European and American. At the
end we have the interesting Quirterly
Summary of the improvements and discover
lee in• the Mediesl -Sciences, which also fir
eludes both Foreign lad American
genes.- The publishers, we observe, propose
to destuery fiberfill) , with the subscribers to
this wort, offering them for five dollars per
ennuis not only the Quarters) Journal, but
also the Medical News and Library—a
- monthly. containing thirty-twojarge octavo
pages—both sent free of memo to any ad
dress, on receipt of five do - lbirs. No physi-
ChM 'WWI would not fall fielilnd the age he
lives:in, con aford to be without the Maui
con Journal of the Medical Sciences.
A GROUNDLIIIIS duaroairrow:-4eme three
wneks-sine• we stated (upon what we then
deemed reliable authority) that a Pittsburgh
infantry captain had been arrested at Washing
ton for frauds eummitted against the govern.
meat while serving in the Quartermaster's De
partment in the three menthe service. Wan ow
bear, ;rem a gentleman fully entitled to credit,
that this statement wee circulated out of im
proper motives with a view of Injuring and dii
gracing the captain, alluded to, and that there
Waknot one word of truth in it. In support of
this, a eaptain just from Washington informs
us that tee gentleman Wetted to was never
ander arrest, and is still in command of his
eompauy. We are glad to hear it, and cheer
fully make the ourcatioza.
Tea anxiety evinced by * oar eitirms in ap
plying tor tickets at the Auction Rollie, Bonier
Wood/street and Virgin alley, to the sale of
building lots, for country residencies, to take
place on the Premises, Hazelwood, near Hazel.
wood station, Connelletille Railroad, on There
day taut, October 17th, at . 2 o'clock,-chows a
disposition and the right kind of judgment io
securing a permanent home in the country, at •
moderate pries, had terms so easy as to „be
'within reach of all. The locality is the moat
desirable In Allegheny county, and cannot be
excelled fora healthy or beautiful siteetlon la
the country. Serpa! dwellings have already
been erected, and when the whole property Is
disposed of, as it meet be onncat Thursday, it
will make a pleasant and satiable oommunt*.
Pstkintsruslos...—Capt. D. M. Armor, Of the
Dierfuerse Zonaves, has been presented with •
beautiful sword and belt by his friends in the
Empire Works, and-witb-an elegant silk sub
by Mr. Thomas Grafi. These useful rifts are
rightfully bestowed.. as it wouNI be difficult to
flurEin inns Dee -more worthy than Capt.
Armor. - He bas labored faithfully to raise •
good company, and we are pleased to add that
his hopes have been fn ly realised. He will
joie Col. Wilsoure Hoe regiment, and wherever
duty calla it is to be hoped he will serve with
honor to himself and his country.
ARRIVAL OF ILLINOIS CAVALJIT.-At 2 o'clock
yesterday atoning, the second detachment
of . Col: John F. Farnsworth , ' Cavalry Regi
ment from Illinois, numbering 600 men,
ed this city from the West railroad. The
regiment numbers about 1,200 men in all;the
first • detachment having passed Kart on Sun
day night. They are fullyisniformed, and will
receive their equipments in Washington. The
commander or the regiment wawa member of
Congtesir ' for some years, and-the men hue
been recruited in the northern part of the
Ints.—Yesterday, about eight o'clod, In
old building attached to the grocery store of
James: arr, Deaf tine corner of West and First
streets, Allegheny. wan discovered to be on
fire, sad bet for — the prompt tesistinice ren
dered by the Cannabis Hose Company, to
gether with some of the neighbors, It (and most
probably some adjoining houses) would have
been destroyed. .U 6 wigiaot the fire is not
positively known, but it is supposed to have
been; accidental. The building in which the
fire originated was-ireed'ai a store house.
Drionmenarlotra..—Laire o iening, a puty of
boys, while amidst themselves by throwing
stones at • each other, on Wood street, near
Second, broke, a large 'pane - or `leis in the
front_window or Mr. James Wood welPa hard.
wire IlStibikballOAC . .Three of the-young of
fenders were arrested and locked up for
hearing, while titebolince made their escape.
It will cost-Mr. W. $75 to replace the woken
pane, by a new one.
iLiZGAL • Skis or Liitecui...Pster Laurier,
of the Fourth ward of Ws city, was fined PO
by Mayor liiTilson, on Monday, for mailing liquor
on Sendai , . He paid the penalty sod - woe dis
Drialcz.—Ta. application of Sarah Jane
Klima for a divorce trout her husband, James
Kearns, has heen granted by the Court of
—Door°it C. Balmy Water Core end Rome
pathio Physidan; also agent for Rainbow's cele
brated Truss for. Ruptures. Corner of Penn
end Wayne Streets. ,
Duetrea . Y.—Dr. 0. bill, No, 146 Penn 1 4,
attends to all brazil's of the Dental profeteloo.
DoPSVIIS—SOOTT--At Antonio. co Moo:ay, Oa.
1411414 Sir. A. S. liar s.ll, of Sol.m.o.,lldr7SoN•
0 S u. DIMS% of Pittsburgh, P►, to Nu■
-*KILTS J. BOOST, of =mom, O.
BABILTON—On TermMy, October 16, MARY
1146111.1011, pod 60 yearn.
- The formal militate place TIM AITEII6IO 3N at
ect.ck, from the raeldamaiot her eoa.to law, Jompla
B. Gerrard, corner of Ithebatir anal Weehlostou Wats.
Merle of the family am reeptmtully Invited to at
. Bum noxi.—Attention is called to
this most nozarnilde and aclantide preparation, ad.
vintlsed in =caw C010n... a. =Unity now
dieoperty; and tout eat be, tontoundad with any of
the numerous Wont matelots of the day. It is a
sonata remedy for ell the &amen *Waxy end es.
pacinily thaw of • ohronta tutus—ot long standing
ameba months, and yenta. Boffrosere. try IN
Ilmere.-Ontotent • £ Meer, of New York, ere the
idle agents for It, and also prieprottore of the world.
rennosed Dr. Intel broom, Canualar,an ant.
OW which orrery Mother eturnht bate to hermtedlotoe
closet fa cm of meth sad containing, as tt does, m
perepeio ist opiate of any kind,tt tau be relied noon
with the tarpon conlidence,and will be found no to
laluible media In idioms etlatanfile ocespieinte
'fOto alat'Aurnoi, Cbiennteut.
..46.yina strortheeneent. For vale I/1 aßolitut H.
'Knows, fluent; lip Wood et. Pitteboritt, ft.
inra IPrionst now. Tut DIL
'AWL Vs 16/ALLIAI4I LIAnstIINT is In
land Rom the midst of Dr. stow Pont. otUon.
smetktt.the put soot enter. sod barn bon URI to
Ws Franke tontine. toast, rows with Wmost
As so enema n -It Ir
= r d
sUerlsts tan man teno
tanager Oboe nroperstiots for sU Ithrematto sal
Dlsonses it Ur trete basUttds, ust ea MX.
Pores.. Weeads. Perste* Annals AA. Its
shosusesee ppirretal snesettimenir M
U.S. tient* :wonder sad sinetehmest en.
Er ken einem_ s teat. Unsr foto twain ern
POZOt hro lle . *smart . sand a l emir
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Swots) Ilsottag of Connell&
City Cod.ncils :held special meeting lam
evening, at can of thOinance Committee.
In Select, present,-all the member. except
ing Memos. Allen, Bennett, Duncan, Lutton,
Phillips, Ross, and 'Thompson.
On motion, the reading of the minutes of the
previoul meeting' was dispensed with.
Mr. Ward, from the Committee of Confer
ence upon the disagreement of Councils in re
lation to the resolution in favor of Daniel Mil,
reported in favor of the action of the Select
Council, in the final passage of said resolution.
President McAuley read the following let
ter of resignation from Russell Erma, Req.,
"To the Select and Common Councils of the
City of Pittiebnigh--Gentlemen: I herewith
resign the office of City Controller.
The resignition of hir. &frau wee accepted,
to take effect when a euccessor shall be chosen
and eualtfied, and give bond for the faithful
.discharge °Chi, duties.
Petition of W. P. Baum and other', relative
to a sewer on St. Clair street, was referred to
Mr. Kincaid, from the Water Committee,
reported in reference to the coat of extending
water pipes on Faber and Wuhinron streets,
.$250 i% 50
. 350 65 25
Faber street .
The Committee recommended the adopuon
of the following :
Resolved, That the Water Committee be ea
tharized to lay water pipes our Washington
art.eet, from Webster to Prospect, and on Faber
street from Elm weetwerdly about two hundred
and fifty feet; provided the cost of the same
can be paid out of their appropriation.
• The resolution was adopted,
Mr. Ward presented a report from the Water
Coramittee, adverse to the contraction of a
sewer across Miller street, at the expense of
the city. In relation to the sewer on Crawford
street, the Committee stated some facts, de.
alining to make any recommendations—the
citizen, having procured its construction with
the understanding that they were to pay for it.
Mr. Dickson offered the-following, which
was to the'Gn Committee :
"Resolved, That the Gas Company be author
ized to have two lamps sad poets placed on
Liberty street—naa oo the corner of Catlen
and Liberty, and one midway betwbeo Canon
and Harrison streets.
~ Mr. McCarthy offered "en ordinance eon
earning Officers of the Water Works," provid
ing that et the close of the present official
year the offices of Superintendent of the Water
Worke nod of. Principal Eagineceof the Lower
Engine House shall be abolished, and that in
lieu thereof there shall be annually elected by
Councils an Engineer of the Water Works,
who shall perlorin all the duties now incum
bent upon the officers aforesaid; and shall re
ceive therefor a salary of ff 1,070 per 'ennui.
The owl to an costae discussed it considerable
length, and finally referred to the Water Com.
Mr. McCarthy presented an ordinance, re
ducing the salary of City Controller to 161,000
per annum—the Controller to ply his Clerk
out of this amount.
A. spirited discussion sprung up on the rill
for the third reading and final wasp of the
ord inince--the I Councils being decid
edly against the measure. The yeas and nays
were called upon final pentane, and resulted
Yeas—Messrs. Allen, Barbin, Mc :artliy and
Nays--klesars. Bennett, Berger, Brown.
Dickson, Kincaid, Morrow, hiceargo, Ward
and President . AlcAnley-9.
So tbe 'ordinance was lost.
[Council* then went into Joint Session to
eiscto Ctty Controller for the unexpired ism
of Russell Erroll, Esq.
On motion, Thomas Steel, Big , Assistant
Controller 3 was nominated and unanimously
elected, when the jsint session adjourned ]
Mr. Brown presented an ordinance proirsd
thst at the expiration.of the term of the
present incumbent, the office of City Solicitor
shall be abolished.
The ordinance drew forth a long diactOmion.
and on Motion of Mr. Morrow it was referred
to the Faience Committee. [Not reached In
tbcomon Council .
In Common Council, the Preeident being ab
sent, on motion of Mr. Bailey, Mr. Killen
wee celled to the chair.
Present, all the members except Messrs.
ging, McCune, Petrie, J. Scott, Wilson, Witls
aid MxCandle's, President. .
Prayer by Mr. McVay.
ininutes of last meeting read and approved.
The Chair stated that toe meeting had been
called to bear the report of the Committee of
Conference Con the resolution relative to the
certifiertee of loan to Daniel AM. asemnee of
the Health Insurance Company of Philadelphia.
The Contereare Committee report in favor
of concurring la the action of S. C. Toe re
port woo accepted and the resolotioft passed.
Mr. Battey presented a petition from mu.
lea' of the Ninth ward relative to cants sheds
to mid ward.
Referred to Committee on Wooden Build-
Mr. Chambers, from the Finance maul
tee, presented a report with the following
Resolved, That the Controller to hereby
anthormed •od directed to certify a . warrant
on appropriatma No. 13 in tav,r of Daniel
Armstrong, Prothonotary, for 246,28 in fall,.
fur costa in the case of Henry Rea-vs. the
Mayor, Aldermen and C Wanes of Pittsburgh.
bale, Morley, Ely Wycoff and J. B. O'Neil.
Also, that he certify for • duplicate warrant
on appropriation N0..6, in favor of Wm. Mur
dock, for $17 . 06, in lour of warrant No. 1386,
slated Sept. 2; 1861, for a Ilk. amount, lite/
said Murdoch shall have made affidavit to the
lora of cold warrant No. 1386
Report accepted, end resolution reed three
times and pasted. Laid over in B. C.
Mr. Hatiey offered the following resolution
Resolved, That the P.M Distriet Street Com
missioner notify the Paneoger Railway, Coen
Penn street, to have the 'treat repaired. Read
three times and passed.
h all action, not otherwise total, there wee
mutual ooncurreooe, whin both branches ad
ilireglaVa Bripad•••Fing Primula
tlan at Camp WALatua
Oa Tuesday afternoon, between !one and ire
o'clock. Camp Wilkins presented an interesting
and animated appearenoe, upon the occasion of
the presentation of a bsantifnl flag to the
brigade of which Gen. James S. Nogley has
. command. :The flag is a peasant from Mr. W.
P. Collins; formerly of this city, but now of
London, England. The brigade appeared upon
the ground in close column of company, in front
of Gen. Nighty's head-guartars, and the occa
sion drew forth large crowds Ilea, civilians
Gen. Negley Introduced 8. Jones, Etq , who
presented the beautiful gift to the following ap
propriate and eloquent address:
Genera/ James S. Negloy —Soldiers of Pron.
syleanta : This is an occasion of peculiar and
significant interest. A citizen of the United
States, now beyond the seas, deairea through
me to present to you and• your gallant com
mand, thin glorious Bag—this emblem of lib
erty, to indicate in • slight degree, the high
appreciation be his in your heroic valor.
Although its bas long beeniabsent from his
native land, like the veteran Roman soldier of
old, his patriotic heart swells with emotion. of
sympathy for his beloved country, when he
lemma j ihad a hellish combination of arch 'Mai.
tore bsve banded together to attempt to over
throw the glorious tree Motivations of his native
land—the only hope of oppressed humanity.
I cannot permit this ammo° to pass without
saying a word in admiration, in praise of those
who have so nobly and heroically volunteered
to deiced oar free inetitutiqes..
. Already many of our pimpg men are on the
field of battle, at their count:re call. It is
1 consoling to their brave hearts to know that
those they have left behind are weaving chap.
lets of honor to crown their noble brows on
their retard. But it is a melancholy thought
that many of our patriotic youths must tall on
the field of battle, a sacrifice on the altar of
their beloved country. Though it as glorious
death to die in delouse hi our country , * honor,
"Give me tberdeath of Moue,
Was for their country Os;
Plot on her hat= to repose
And MUM h whore they
Already the enemy is to the field; their war cry,
end the oaanon's Mad roar mey be heard in the
capitol of oar gantry; their warricirs are Sashed
with their late temporary victory,-and their
steeds are eluding for the conflict; bat hear
the response of every loyal hurt in oar army,
crying, let them come • we will meet *sin with
Mat hearts, _with sir oog arms, and with a de
termined will abused in triple steel. Bat why
do daisy you so Ins? You, who have at
eagerly respeathd to the evil of your econtry.
that In sac both in burin and ea earth,
4 1±11. . t 744 63_11441ft on poor orgiors.',Op4
sinweklatipl ht ONO lotliosli mod-
phonies', on to deism!' the yhrsisns Teeple of
Liberty from the desp,iilct's traitorous touch.
Why, then, do se idle our time, when our men.
try edea to arum! to arms !I Wo hare much
to gain in this righteous struggle. We are
not engaged in a war of subjugation or eon.
quart; it le to crash out armed rebellion ; to
stay the aggression' of thosevile traltorr, who
have been nourished under the genial taflaerna
of our benign institutions. Who can tor one
moment contemplate without feelings of horror
the destruction of this proud fabric of liberty.
Its genial influence has been felt through the
world. The mimed flame has been enkindled in
the bosom of millions of down-trodden human
ity, whose dormant souls would bare slept from
generation to generation, had it not been for
the joyful hope of liberty and equality, so uni
versally established in this country.
But I have digressed too much ; bat I know
you will pardon me when I tell you my heart'
and soul are full with the momentous troubles
that are culminating around as; it takes pre
cedence of all other euntscis, thoughts *,rid
desires. I love our tree institutions as they
were originally established, as they were
founded by the united efforts as the immortal
Washington, Jeff:Tann, Adams, Hamilton,
Franklin and their compatriots, and which have
since been defended by the,bsoric Jackson,
the logical Webster, the enchanting Clay,
and the lion hearted Douglas . Wbo that has
a loyal heart in .hia bosom can desite more.
No other nation under the broad canopy of
Heaven has' disseminated the same blessings
amongst its subject.. Oar cause must Ira
umpb; for it is the 'cause of bunouity. It may
cost blood; it mat'''t treasures; bet it meat
Then leCtia fight for the same object, and
under the same magic folds of this banner of
freedom as out fathers fought. It was always
an inspiration to thmia ou the battle field, and
it will ever be an inspiration to you.,
Then take this glorious "Si., Spangled Ben
ner," tee patriot'. choisest gift, and cherish
it as freedom's richest treasure, ever remem
bering that thd donor is prouLto proelatal,
through a craeger; in a strange land, that he'
is an American citizen. It was here he firm
breathed the breath of life; it was here he in
haled the spirit of freedom that still lives fresh
sad vigorous ie. his bosom. Place it in the
custody of the arm and boldest heart
to your cumniand; and on the battle field let
it be borne tato the thickest and hottest of the
conflict, and it sill inspire your brave so:diers
with superhuman courage, and victory will
eare to be perched upon thin proud banner.
.And, ilk I let me beseech you, and every
soldier in your command, by all that is sacred
in Heaven add on the earth, never, never let
it be dishonored by the black-beamed traitor's
touch; never !it it be torn from the standaid
and trampled in the dam! Defend it with
your liver; and remember, when you are de-.
handier( it, you are, deferidteg your homes and
your Aesides—that you are sinking for your
children and your children's children—for
your altars and your sites, and for
la the name of W. P. Collins, of London,
Great Britain, I commit this beautiful, this us.
perb emblem of liberty, to your custody and
the brave colliers of your command. It will
ever nerve you and them to noble deeds of
valor, and when the last battle has been fought
and won, in this terrible conflict, and victory
has been perched on this beautilul banner,
come with it when the battle's done—or let it
be your winding sweet.
At the conclusion of Mr. donee' apeecit,
Gen. Negley apologetically remarked that a
press of bMiLial prevented biet j duing justice
to the occasion. Ha took pleasure, however,
in introducing Dr. A. H., Gross, who received
the gig in fitting and patriotic terms.
•LIFOVYE OF Da. OROS%
E. , ,P Jones, Pr' sq.—Percon me, air, in behalf of
Gen. Negley and the brtgade under hie com
mand, to admire yoti,eaa the raprenalotative of
Mr. Colima, of their most heartfelt thanks for
this to them so very precious gift:
The flag of our country, which, in the very
eloquent and patrioucianguage-of .yourad
dress, you have to-day entrusted to their care,
notwithstanding the loipious and traitorous
hand* have been !stretched forth to pluck from
Its diadem some id the jsivela which ■re thnre
emblazoned, minm:tows the lull number of
mars which have been added to the original
thirteen, and thus flatly planted in oar nation
al sky, they yet reflect the ..EPluribus Unntn"
as the inviolable motto at our country'. future;
and no combination of demkgogyes, no power
On earth, will roe, provsil against it, when,
with full remote oa IThrine Providence, we
take the "E P•uribes Ilona" as the moral of
our national life. It be written on every bat
tle-field of nor ago; it it, written on every page
of our national records; it is written on every
monument that rears its white shaft to depart
ed .wortb. And yet it la not merely the pro
audition setting lo•In the inviolable Union of
these States. "Oat of blab) , " his a still great
er and more anolone import, and when the
people, riling as they are In their might, in
d eranie of their cooirtitutton and enforcement of
their laws, ahall have cranked the head of the
serpent, which, by its slimy folds, is endeavor
ing to crush their liberties, then again, brighter
then ever, will ••Une of Many" become the
prophetic thuaght of 'the age, declaring to us
mad to •the world that our mind chill gather
into itself the richest contributions of all ages,
and tne choices; gifts ci all nations, and be
'.one of Marty" in Art, Science, Christian De
mocracy and L.P.
And now, mar, in' behalf ol• Gan. Negley sad
his command, I am authorised to give to the
patriotic donor of dow standard the solemn
pledge, shauld the hour of trial ever crane to
defend the truths just uttered, they will rally
aronlad this standard, and return at, perhaps
torn and riven by the heat of conteri, yet
crowned by victory and by a wreath of laurel.
A brother pl Mr. Collins,n resident of thin
city, then read, with excellent effect, the fol
lowing poem, which accompanied the flag:
TUI rLee OF MT COUNTRY
Oa the presentation of an Amason Flay from
W. P. Outline, London. England, so his
friends, now defending rho Mann of ik. Amer •
icon Maus. For .N.igloy'e Brigade."
Got fin of FreeloM„ e'er the Wave,
A welcome asks s h oe by the brave—
• WherelParziottands-shall grwp tone firm ;
Where heart. fa Union minify burn.
Poe. tbo' I dwell In atranget'e land,
My boon L. math the Union band;
• And now, tlas emblem o , the free,
• With earnest prayer, I send to then
bielthe on thee the foemen's breath,
Wbo tuedly Sett tby early death.
Alt I yen, the renegade may rave;
But thou shalt .1,11 0.1 o'er hi. graie.
Thy honor, do? now gained, that* be
• hetesiard In spottus purity.
I by water, alto we. bee raid trot; •
Thy birth wee pure and holy too.
0, never may the recreant teed.
Of traitors bold thee la their hands,
Or pluck one Mar from thy bright sky,
That dazzle there eo gloriously;
for not ono orb of Oda, .hall dim,
lint allehall yet be gathered In.
Tereweli; I fain would follow thee
, To glory. o'er the Harm, wee.
farerreltl bbt.yet d rat Fondly on
the empire of our Wuenleoeon.
W. P. Corrine.
London, Zsg/anal, Jetly. 20, 1861. .
At the conclusion of the oeremoniu, which
were interesting and spirited throughout, Gen.
Negley 'uncaused that Governor Curtin would
be here on Thursday morning to preient dogs
to the regiments coraeosiug the brigade. The
presentations will take place at Camp Wilkins,
and the occasion will doubtless attract thousauds
of our oitiseris to the camp.
Penurylvanta Railroad !improvements.
Two railroads are I n progress of construe
don in Schuylkill county, in this State, to wit:
The hlshanoy and Broad Mountain Railroad
and the East Mahar:my Married; sod engineers
are locating other new work in Schuylkill and
adjoining counties. The Atlantic and Great
Weitern Railroad is in active progress in
Northwestern Pennsylvania. And the Tyrone
and Clearfield Railroad, and the Ebensburg
and Cresson Railroad are in program in mid
dle Pennsylvania, the first on the eastern lace,
and this latter on the top of the Allegheny
Mountsio.. Here aro fire railroads in actual
Progress in this State at this time. Pennsyl.
yenta may be slow tA mart, but, like all heavy
bodies, once in motion it is hard to stop her.
It is surely no light matter to pub forward a
new railroad, as matters fiscal and military
A BOINZINION TO BILMOP BOWMAN: special
°obviation of the Dtecrse oftPeonsylvenia bee
been eallad by the Right Rev. Bishop Patter, to
meet et St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia, on
Wedneadsy. the 23d day of Ostobte. at 10 fe..
clock, a. m. The object Is to sleet en Assistant
Bishop, in the place of theists Imitated Thshop
Do not forget Cottlctoelt:s benefit to night at
the Thorne. Vile evening poeltively ionetudea
kb et Vigengent and itr.irmy be . a long thne,
before another abana Is aerial to ma hits in.
two mak parts al Jobs . Mtldny and' John
TEI Peseijtviala itemerreolo4 lino* 10:
laud etuoyetii *email - the cksia.
THE LATEST NEWS.
RECEIVED'IT•TRE timtV 6AZETIE OFFICE
WAT9UIIIIIO/1 CITY. Oat. lb —Ersoing.—Ths
steamer Yankee arrived this afternoon, and one
of her officer. reports that at about noon to•day
the Pooehontas while steaming down the Poto
mac grad n few shots into the new work at
Shipping Point, on the tower aide of the Quan
tioo, which hed•the rifest of awaking the'rehel
batteries.. It did not respond but prepared its
gime Tor the Seminole,,which was , but a short
distance In the rear of the Poo&barites. The
odieer of the Yankee was six or eight miles dis
tant and witnessed the exchange of chats be
tween the betthry and the Seminole, and
through his glee, distinctly saw the burstinwof
the latter's shells. It is sopposed that both the
vessels, which were loaded with stores sod am
munition, have gone on their way without tut
The Court of Icquiry, io the ease of Colonel
Dixon B. Miles, of the 21 U. S. Infantry, is to
reaysembla to-morrow at Camp Williams, in
Virginia. Ae many of the witnesses have left
for their homes, and their addrgss is unknown,
it will be of great service to the government and
to a .valuable °Meer, if those who have been
summoned will Insantly attend.
Yeeterday afternoon a detachment of the 14th,
and 49th New. York reglmente, under Cob Mo-
Qoerde, made a f 00013501111110.31., two and a half
miles frrw Falls Church, on the line of the
Leesburg turnpike. They vainly endeavored
to draw •out a party of rebels, who were eon
oealed in the woods, There' was sharp firing
on both sides, bat without itjuring any of one
The rebels this afternoon burnt the house of
the widow Childs. situated about half way be-
tween Falls Church; and Lewinsville, to the
right of the Leesburg turnpike. A party of ten
of the N. V. 14th Regiment went thither to In
quire into the cause 01 the conflagration, when
they were surrounded by a largely superior
force 01 the rebels. By the prompt use of their
rifles, killing two of the enemy, they safely
escaped. The rebels loon after advanced their
lines somewhat nearer to our lines. Protection
had bleu promised to the estate by the Admin
istrator who is in the rebel army. Mr. Barnett,
the father of Mrs. Childs, has .• floe residence
that vicinity, and it is apprehended that the
enemy will also destroy It, is he is known to be
• Union luau. Re is from the Stittelof Bow-
Yesterday afternoon our forces at Miner's
Hill discovered a al/Aber of 11101Silit9Diatil in a
Held, probably, a distant, mid threw
three 'hells at them, when they dleappeared.
Two shells were also thrown in 'the Same direo-
lion this morning, which witio - eniwered from •
hill to the left of Lewinsville, the rebel shells
exp!odieg within threolourths . - of • mile of
Oen. Smith's head-quarters. From the Observ
atory it Upton's URI, the rebel
. pinhole are
plainly seen to the left of Fills Church.
Canadian Corresperulenee. Irregularidas
have arisen in respect to Canadair correspond.
none, and in order to insure its salary the 101.
lowing directions must be oBservsd :
first : Letters addressed to Canada. meat be
mailed and post-billed to a United Staten ex
change office. Letters cannot be sent direct
to the post-offices in Csnada.i Portland, in
Maine, Burlington, Rutland, Island Pond and
Derby Line, in Vermont; Boston, in Al anaehu.
setts; New York City, Albany, Buffalo, Troy,
Plattsburgh, Rouse's Point, Ogdenebnig, Ro
chester, Sackett's Harbor, Oswego and Sus
pension Bridge, in New York; Cleveland,. in
Ohio, and Detroit, Sant St. Marie aid Algo-
Inc, in Michigan, are cur principal exchang
Seemed : The postage on a eingle.letter to or
front Canada ie ten dente—prepayment op
tional, bat tife whole postage prepaid, or rums;
part - payments are ont recognized. Prepay
ment must be made by United States peerage
sumps, and not in money. Postmaster" Would
do well to preserve this statement.
- Tire firTiowing has been 1111.ned from the'
Eleadquarteis iri the Army es a special order:
Fifty-seven of the United States rioldiere, de
tained as prieoners to Richmond, Gaticg been
released on taking an oath not to bear arms
against the States in rebellion an equal num
bee of the prisanera of war now confined in
Washington and New York will be rcieased
on taking the prescribed oath of allegiance to
the United States, or ea oath not to engage in
arms against the United States. Ibe prisoners
to be released wilt be sent, by the firet.oppor-
quill, 10 Fortress Mooro•, •od thence by •
dig olsruen through the United States Hoes.
Wasatneook, Octn 15 'I%
._.---e steamer Wpm
dotto, ~b,cb cause op this morning, report" all
clew: down thSilvor. Sbn lay under Matthias
Point on tale &today, trona:erring her atoms to
the Howell Cobb, sod neither ve.sof
lasted by the robots, it any were then".
The rebels were s..nr, ccostruotiog a work of
sows strength at Ship Point, on the lower ail)
of Jim:tiro Point, where, if they are not die-
lodged, may prove of some annoyance. It is
thought, however, that the work is merely de-
Settee on the part of the rebels, and with a
view to prevent any lending of onr forces there
abouts, supposing we intended to take - that
route to Menassas or Richmond.
The schooner Dana was fired into by pickets
from Nora:Mine CHM, near Matthias Point, last
Saturday, but.the Island Bell came op and sent
• shell among the bushes, which loon diapered
Flameout, Oct. lb —The Norfolk Exam
iner, of Monday, received bye gag of truce,
miming a dispatch dated New o:leans, Oct.
12tb — , elating that a naval engagement bad
taken place at the bead of the Passes on the
night of the 11th, lasting one hour, awl after
wards renewed. Alan the following dispatch:
Fort Jackson, Oct Id.—Last night I attacked
the blockidere with my little . fleet., I succeed
ed, after a ahort struggle, in dkiving them all
aground on the south-west pail har„except the
Predile. which I sunk. I captured a prise
from them, and aller they were fast in the
sand I peppered thein well. There were no
casualties on our side: It was a complete sac-
' Now ()Kassa's, Oct. 13.—The 'force of the
Federal fleet was forty gone and nearly one
thousand men, while- the little- Confederate
Moreau° fleet was sixteen guns and three
hoodeed men. It I. reported that OU iron
steamer sunk the Prelde with her iron thar.
Commander Minna arrived hat night. The
name, of eighteen . -Confederates wound d at
Santa Rosa Island ere also given.
BALTIMORE, October Ifii—Richmond apart
state that the steamer Nashville ran the block.
ade from Charleston, on the 1216 initial, with
Senator Matron as Minister to Ragland and
JohnSlidaltas Minister to France, with their
suites, who`are now on the OMR,.
The Pensacola papers give a list or moan - -
teen wounded from the. Santa Rum fight, at
the hospital, including j. Boman, of the Sd
regiment U. S. artillery, and Jame, Halting
ton, ul the let N. Ye artillery.
Another dispatch front Now Orleans ez
preens the belief that a sufficient force can
be organized to capture the whole Federal
fleet" in its "presentdisabled condition. The
rebel fleet was in commend of _Commodore
ROLLA, MO , Oct: 14.—The report brought
here a day or two ago that a battle toot pace
on the 27th ultimo, between ,a body of Kansas
troops, under Montgomery and Jennison, and
the advance guard of hiceullonlile army and
joule State Guardi under Judge Chenault, b.
confirmed by parties just atrial:4*nm Spring.
The battle commenced near Shanghai,' in
Barton county, and the rebels were driven
bock with considerable loss and maned Nome
pm miles. ; Moo trimety then bell bank on
Great alarm wee felt In Springfield lest
Montgomerysnould attack that place, and the
troops there hail rested on their arms several
Montgomery is said to have hid three thou.
sand men, and the rebels twenty•four hundred.
This statement can hardly be relied npont Si
we have had no previous advice' that nob a
force of Kansas troop. motto that vicinity.
A band of three bandied marauding rebels,
encamped at Wilson's Mill, on Biyantre fork
of the White river. In Douglas courtly, were
attacked vamp days since by a body of Home
Guards, and fifteen of them killed and wanly
reportrd hero that the 13th Illinois reg
iment under Geli.. - Wyman, - ked serprised end
taken Lebanon, in Leolede..conuty, with ill
theater , . and provisions of the rebelaihnt
this needs confirmation.
crgenine k rs, 10.....gecretary,Cameroo,
Adjutant General Thouhtesodi Senator. Chan.
idler arrived at Indianapolis, last night and
was escorted to the residence or the Governor.
Mr. Cameron made a • smirk to the crowd,
Cocipliwieetias lodiaa. and Governor Morton:
They go to Louleville tads',
Thumstrows. Md., Oci? - 1,3.-;-111verrbing
was qutoiolloos the rim lisoyafolfdoy, eat
'Otitis, of gswai t hag inuosensd in
the camp. ,
Captoto Stone, 64 Provost Marshal, hail
lefiltitana iAutE.cateds *iiitieitosst of:hymn
sat ansilestigeryli , ikon IlifiellitArY/S
-thantortilisecddism-4.,F 0 *A. *
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LATEST PROM EUROPE.
Arrival °fah" Steamer North American.
FAIITHift rotas . , Oct. 15.—The -steamer
North American trona Liverpool on the 9d
inst. via Londosiderry on Friday the 4 . 1, passed
this point at 3 o'clock this afternoon boned to
Quebec. The steamship North Gracie. from
ivew York, arrived at Liverpool on the 3d.
Recmtuitiag is Ireland.—Thi Dahlia Post
reiterate* the aeration that agent. of the United'
States Government are recrsiting in Ireland,
but it is througkt that they are not very euc
cesfful in their efforts.
Groan Mispounts.—The shipments of wheat
and flour in Great Frita,in for the Med month.,
ending in August, were valued at 1.20,000000.
FRANCE.—The Parts Bourae has been much
agitated, and •dente+ base fallen to 58t 25c.
Priest, letters from Paris state that the
Bank of France will probably soon be. com
pelled to rails the rate of disc...um* beyond eis.
per cent. The rate of exchange at present is
strongly in favor of England, and hills OD Lon
don are in greht demand. A notice that the
price of bread will be advanced four centuries
has produced a bad impression, and added to
the despondency of the Bonnie,
It Iris repotted in London that the Bank of
France had spotted to the Bane or Ragland
for a iota of £.7.000000 sterling. The Lon
don Times, is alludi4 to this rumor, intimates
that a Bounder course to be pursued ou the
part of the French ficianciera would be to raise
the ratertat discount.
• • • • • •
ITALY.—It. is reported that Rieaaoli has sent
an ultimatum to the Papal government for the
eettliment of the Roman question.
The official journal of Rome announces
sundry diplomatic appointments, among which
are M. G. Chigi to Paris.
Sents.--it u aaaaa ted that Gen. O'Donnell
is opposed to uniting the Spanish• government
with Prance and England in the Mexican in
tervention, believing such a course derogatory
to the dignity of Spain. The Paris Paine
says the negotiations between the three gov
ernments relative to this affair have not suffer
ed any interruption. '
TITILIET.—Advises from Montenegro state
that the Prince was suing his iefluence to re.
main the impatuosityol the people, to pre
vent their assuming an offensive position be
enastercial—Liropool Mon Narl.nt, Oct. 4 —Br.
telegraph to Landow:or? —The Wee tor the wean
meant 1001.000 barn, Including 28,600 hales toque
ulatore and 8500 bale. to export. Prime seaweed
t on the wet. The Wee ot tizeility, ►riday, are
'unmated at 12,0t0 tales.
Brtaddafft.—The market Is atm ly Mum. Rich.
ardiou • ammo" report Uona arid, ao upward Medan.
cy, aalnata a for mixel. Wb:•atl addle wedeln and
rad mmthera have daellaad.
Provident --Freelance continue
Landow 1114 my Market —Consoli for motley are
Quoted at 9rV813. The Grafton lo •h 'Bank ut B ag.
Wulf hu deconed*.£ll7,ooo during the weak.
• Forrrai.as Ofottaor.,.Ont. 14.—ViaBa !timers,
Ont. 15.—The steamer Spaulding returned
hom Hatteras Inlet this morning, bringing up
Gen. Aland:bed, rho . ttas to-day taken nom*
mend at Camp Hamilton.
The e4tire loan of the 25th Indiana regiment
in its recent retreat, was forty.ssven.
No changes have taken place et the Inlet
during the,last four days.
Eleven contraband, came over last night
from Sewell , / Point. They say there are
four hundred relict troops at the. Point, and a
large number this side of Norfolk.
Lieut. Murray, of the gun boat Louisiana.,
two or three days sines, found a rebel Tenet in
a narrow opening, this aide of Oregon Inlet,
fitting oat an • pirate. lie look ponestiosi,
and burned the vessel: The rebels were in forms
in the viainity.
ST. RIZETII, Oct. 15—Eighty of Maj. James'
cavalry. nt Cameron, on Saturday, came upon
200 or 300 rebels, in a cornfield, twenty sailed
south of Cameron, in Ray county. \ The ad.
'ranee guard of nine routed them, they seeking
refuge in the timber.' our guard wee rein
forted by thirty, when they completely drove
them from •that section, killing eight and tak
ing fire prisoners. FOur Federal• mitre wound
ed and one killed. Our cavalry wore at first
fired on by seoenty.fioa men. Oae Lieutenant
has thirty-twm buliet-holte 10 hid clolbea, and
siz scratched his skin.
Arcurson, Oct. 15.—The aintaroent made in
the &astern papers that a party of Sec,etaion
ista attacked one ol the Overlesnd Coaches, a
utterly Wee. They rue with great regularity . i•
and without trouble from any source. The
employees of the company,' numbering
some hundreds, have all recently taken the
oath of allegience. hlapa and specifications
received from the surveying party on the new
route from Denver to Salk Lake, show that the
obstacles ale much less than ?rue anticipated.
That road, can be obtained at a comparatively
HARTFORD, • COUR., Oct. 15.--The State
Senate, by a ante of 12 . yeas to 6 nays, to-day,
imaged a resolutinzt removing from the Senate
Chamber the portraits of laanc Toucey and
Thomas Seymour, op account of disloyalty.
Bogner, Oct. lb —Four companies of the
Eleventh regolar infantry lett Fort Independ
encetyesterday, for Perryville.
Boston Oct. 15.—,Frof. Long, Dartmonth
College, died in 'New Hampahirelaat night.
, Wesitinoron, Oct. 15.—T0 lave trouble to
all concerned it is officially announced that
the Government bas nailed to grant passes to
go South through the United States linen.
New Yeas., Oet:'l.b.—Tne steamship Bra
ten arrived at dint port tbia evening. Her ad
mei have been anucipaced.
Markets by Telegraph
Pius./Dotrine. Oct 16 -4u the Lear market there le
very WM° deuudel tOr eSpoi Or 2101:011 ColantoptiOla
o, e lace our . quotations 124 said or aupolatiO et
$5 3145 Mk 55 hest firm at Si 2//dii IS for rod, and
It 40 for white. Mora edam xi 10. Walsky dull at
am Yon', Oct. 15.—Phiur Wee 9,063 IN. a
55 2.4i5 35 tor Orate; $5 lieb 85 tor OW, and $5 9:
for Soothers. Wheat quiet; .111,11 0f150,000t.u6
'dill-OW 2/ for Milwaukee club; $1 280/33 for Tee ,
welders. Corn Arm; 60030 Laub cold at 654500 tad
wale, and 61 for yelluir. • Lard arm at 6)( 4 400)ier
What, .teddy eklMo. Pork Arm.
/lecelpte of flour 42,0_0; Wheat 187,030 bush; Coro
Now If out, Get It —719.121ag.--Ootton quiet ratoe
3144113 % flour beast; Batas 91 17.900 6014,
$5 26gb 85 for State, SS 7206 86 for tad...and 1599
$llO LO for boattala. Whoa. active; We. 260.009 bosh
at 11 19$01 18,14 for Gbie.ip 162114, $L 1801 Alter Ittil=
vioakee club, slo7@l 3.1 for red wintein. $lB6Ol 49
ft.r w.ll. and 9131 for rid ,IL•alacay. .oortt
arm; We. of 126,904 bad. at 68059.- rink arza;
s.las 3,000 L W... 914 79016 25. Bea da11..,1241.ty
Aral; Wet of 301.0 Wok at Zliht. Moak. active and
bettor; Onksgoc Hock latsn4, 62; Cenutierland Oral,
655 1111nol. °antral, ,08%—pond., 90; L 4 Orono
Idti• alike., 11%; Mingo. Foathortt,
Ceotral,l9K; no.dlog, ab%; 1111warae. &thwart;
88; Illssoara 9'., 46%; both 1:1110110., 15, efuis.,
91; Tonnemeas, 49; Vika, 91.
The Stale . Medians.
Carlon and Lehigh.—Carbon and Lehigh .
Legislative district emote Craig and
walluer, Democrats and Union, by a nasal
mons vote. The remelt in emboli for county
officers ;is very close All round, but enough is
known to enable us to announce the election
of 'Packer, Sheriffi - Arner and Brodhead, An
socials Judges; and Martyn, Auditor—Demo
crats: Butter, Prothonotary; Stroh, Register,
and Cool, Director—Union candidates. Stem.
ler, Commissioner, and Bowman, County Sur
veyor, were on both tickets, and . unanimously
elect ed. For Treasurer, close and doubtful.
Schuylkill County.—According to the offi
cial returns of Schuylkill county, the follow.
ing ticket was elected President Judge,
(Dem.;) Associate Judges, Messrs.
Rohn sod Benner, (Demi) Senator, Reilly,'
(Dem.;) Assembly, Mews. Ryon . and Wolf,
Democrais, and 'Dougherty, Biapnblicaii.
Clarion County.—The mrjovity for Mr.
Campbell, independent vindicate for Presi
dent Judge of this county, wilt • range from
1,201) to 1,500. The Democratic candidates
for the other offices are elected.
County.—The Union ticked in this
county is elected by 4,060 nisjority. Butler,
the Union candidates for President Judge, has
nearly 4,000 mojority over Joseph
the candidate for Associate Jiidgef, - and
MeserW Windte, Smith and McClelland, the
candidates for Assembly, on the Union ticket,
are all elected. ,
.huiseitil.—ln the Judicial district composed
of Licorning, Northumberland and Mouton
conntieir,,the candidates ware Bon, John W.
Maynerd,'Union, and Hon. Alexander Jordan,
Democrat, the presani — inctinibent. , Maynard
bin about roar hundred majority_ in illconsior,
bat the other two have gone satriciehtly strong
(piths Danocrits to overcome
LyCOlising and , Clinton.—ln this . Assembly_
diswct William B. Armstrong and Jame*
Chatham, Union, have about Ave hundred adz
jolty over Phnom Jarrett and . John:B. Smith,
straight Deinocrats. ,
le*startal.-11 the Senatorial district coot.
posed 61 Union, Lyconaing,Ctintortind'jCentre
counties; Wm. D,Btaiii le beaten - by Haig.
Johnson, Vaion.., -
/434ELOVELALT*Trek — - .
2045 Kazin : STIOT,
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11 • rte. do
M Kart, West ItitzsbAS
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B *anger, Omega
• EL Hall, Wean, 0 1
w Watson. Miadleaez
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1•130 a and gala kitna l
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I Ciddatain, leataer. 0 •
11 Harden. Neer-T , rt
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H Ton B•ad, Phitadalphin
Weee B Otis, Karr Jerry
11 Dar* Potarae•ueg, Va
Thom Hamer, do
/no 0 Lararlil,
TJBtalker and lad r
L Haldansan, lltnerra, 0
D D Haldarnan, do
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R BhellT, Crewel..3P
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VPI Crawlbrd.Port aoistar • - oie.:.
Jae Grabens. N eleTeneVlC : - •••
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W• 31.1 in* • w do : •
W. 7 Jodi, Couptanking
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J Walnut e, Vetoer 00, Pa
J P• Volume, do
SE Ball !Von, Ifirlatia,o - . • -
1 a Snows Wialdirdn, Ps -
J • tlllott, MtlikdalMiii • .
s J Allinson' LeWletanra
0 drydslet; iratAlln-.. •. . ,
arm Thornton, Ilsoname• •
J 3 Thornton, dO ' '
.1 W blerwon;itianitnidincrs •,.
ICV T fields a tady, Warren . •
.1 Bretton, Waran,o -
I I Cisley,lllllnnteda,l3
N 0.344 Litwin* atvisk.t. . -•
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3 Woodbury; Heir 'Perk " • L. :,
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3 Wilkonan it tLinaldwr ',• . ' -I2
Mr. Cl:rrottooti Waiter .: • :
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SI Saler, :Combed:mill ai:
1., Holloway, Illbantliarg
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W 11o1lowey,. • ._:. e go
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.1 WooJa, Oraoninarir
It Paok;l l ptingtleld••••
D Gardner ! I, Brooklyn
W DrWtt, aterelind' 4l
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W T 5t0L1iw011i,41.11..4117 - ..
N 43 tolin, Brownsville. •
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W I. PelintYvilizabelit
J Es 13.4d11,131Intoricci, Ind
T Malian, Import •
A Smith. do
Ur Cellos* A lady, do
Mr. kL%nso,. do
A B Bantry, WaYeluo
JB Wllllamion, Newbury
W Eimpom, Cheater co
I MoCiallsnd, do
Copt 0 011lerple, Cp. Wilk.
.W do ,
D Logan, Brltimore
A Morrison ilarboor ro
.1 Sharp, Salem
J Winter, Urbana
JS Wilson. Olstion
J Simpson, Choral Hill
B Coleman, Urbana
Dr W White, Op Curtin
Dr Nils , d. Sharon
It kferphohn. A ll.gheny
J Bound, Bollrar
D Ilsbuser. AAolsod
Mrs A Mollery,Fterolosen
Lleut Whit. , klclioropAl
W Hansod, do
N Honaolds, 1.211.0.
A Atrouther A I. /(Haley
J Youngblood, Minim,
J Iron, Nair Brighton
DtPerto., Op Whist
X 'Banter, • •
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O Gould, Mkb:
O B King, Mow elly
B WaB, Limp Wilkins
WE Mellinger, do I
8 MA. Bmlinville. 0
0 ellearin-,ldop'stoo, 0
K B Wilson, do .
O W ?Ankh, Pranke!own
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OD Snyder, falba' ' -
FlD.Jetley, - ' - ,4 - --- .. • • ' '-..
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J 51 Ilasakon W:pitlaliton '' '''•;-
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oIG rooter, laldeaville. • --.- :,
I W Ighatustbaa, Otautietrd
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W Mellow Go
B Milligan, Mt Plestotot
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J'M Commlos, BrooSllll.
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kl Olaut ••on,Bucgaia town
It B 0 Watt. Latrobe
Jo. Wallace, Candor
R Doak, Washington, Pa
Jao Derry, Jr, Trot e, ke
Oeo Tlarr, Richmond, U
Jno Nara, ' do • • ,
ttlcßatto, West co
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a. r. nOSDoI.
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Zillah - tor, N.Oronbcrlead -- "" . .eften
T Long, DMlttillgE4lllo
J t ranee, Oincedwbfwg
J Oratoon, All7shetv co .... , :t.
ii :dirt & lady, Bnagr co': -
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W Donnldeml, d.l , ~ -
A. fl do,lib, l'rentlln '• -, ' :
ft Johnston,' ( ked:7l2resna .
I • Monteith, Wetzel co, Ts -.. _--..-.- -
11 fireeg, Wash.. co . ~.: ,
IA Brown, Armstronece. -
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111, PROPEJNIVIL, \ ' --,. ' ' .
J Boot, got.m. 0
Bo a, Polambic,.
V A Qtlllll. POll,
J Rico, Jtfracocca
W 11,88•11.1,1181 Baut
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A Was, Jr, Butler
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8 Toandale, do
W Scoter, Tenongo oo
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0 0 Elnkh., 610.11.cr., 0
J O Gtritg, Industry_
J M theta, IttertlT, co, Pa
L P Mtklittr, Pitrettdat
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IA It Potts; Etteltiferttry
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To Fanners arid•Ot4eyo.
GILOWICTM suesatun PATIMIT
GRAIN FAN AND SEPARkTRIC
PaTIINTKD JANUARY 10,1 1 3110.1
QE SUPERIORITY OF Till3 - FAN
over ill littler, its vre consists iii ittf'dtesitmat,
simplicity sag Curability.. Boomal,hicleallat6Caln ' •
fester, batter au! more theroasitly, Illsaltlar. • - -
it:An-lug attar tall% Tho patouree of tukiinovoi fan'.
bas In., long engaged in muuntacturlitg sal leß W g-•:.
Agrkulhual impterecuts.tatarlurug of thogolat-verit
or satool Psi De cleallug the ditlercut kinds of‘arate •
sad &ads, prevents tale to We pubil* irichitartottfl;
deuce Ibis It will meet their wautit • ,
Tee harlog pox:hated tlai soli
to manufacture stet sell the stove (Indiana gag bets
taster is Western Posurylvazia r Weatere Virginia;
au: all Ohio. and the right to sots In. Ltdtnakand 1111..'•
ads, linos. prepared to fill 't 1.1 trtSoig,tutlialraglaor
retell, it 81Y ' Ll'.ertt eirsek Pitt.borgb. Pm.
DO YOUR OWN PRINTENGI
- oomarsOilBll.ll.T phias..la#d opal*,
Dealipteri for Small Mittens, Ftationern•Ltirogghge„
Norchante, tirooork Banker*, hanatenre, the, army.
.rid Navy.lc. The Poeta." wo offer • for rate 'are of
• New Pattern; are the aimpfeet ant lurcatgoia
best made of soy clump Pterui4a Geer inp,ittellend oce
co py kai upset; cau corracd by icy owe, whether- • .
printer cr not, and aro sold at pries* htthertounhaard •
of, that la to lay at atottit OfiN.TCitTll the price of
Job Proms now In nap. The Cabinet. (upon which
the - Presets atand,) are compoted or emsiftUem• neat.
17 and otroogly pelt together, and for ocuipoctowa and
voneenienee brie wirer bean egnalkni.. CAN and ero
01:01110, or tend for circolara strings* pricea an.
4444041ini NO I Rentsw,gtroet. 3.. Y.
160 Dbl.. choke ...looted Guam
SOO dos.iueetted /awl Ilrosons, • -
103 boots Western ReeervoChetae,
16 do , ' Waldo' Pearl Starch,
10 bbla,leavr, clear Masi Perk,. . 4 • •
1.00 okra fresh Ps nee, ,
- • 6 aetkieeeas lleatbera, ' =r •
. 6km froth No.] Lard, toefor N! 1116•._ -
Jigs] saceived and for rare by •
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ci a sA it NA, sicigit.si mime
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SnortQUES:4I 4 TOW/g. larfairpol,
York aid rtalstklplati Camp., f n • ~
mauwthair Atippowente r /r4••tuitiatoia Rua ,
Um as talkers:
...... —.......Eirtardiy; October ISt
CITY Oatatkr 19 7 .
aurae , 9 fiumies, • ' "•••-`
do toLoWoa:,—.}cd aft .do Loudon...VS te
81101114 re Ratans ittlets, aool forcer Moottie,..ldd if
nonagon tonvvettad earls. Matra:. Illusbaritt. • --_
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Nniosiviliiihletiennutititi. issibes eak
bar Stekato biro it Ms rowtobt.i rates, 'to' 114 W Volk
!Una Llnroool . latteaustown tot , thatta.(ll7l4
azet It 2 gtwirl trate, titen?Gol 1 4 t.1110,U1WPow
tiatt,_arira. rail C.37/a4114
notsincwarts zata aatmziox amoviamit'Ulost tor- •
lire+n. suns od'STlina4 , lol'Buripleas, Thor. --
1; to water-tie 61 -irlir.esstloukant tram -ea.
tat Ivo Assittitstorson botitt.
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