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I Bath of. Dr. Fe M'crath—Alleged
On Tuesday a
eon, Um let bet, a dif
atwilY secUrred in the hoists of Dr. Y. ld'-
gra% street, eau; between
the doctor-and "Ms brother-ln-taw, James
8ei ad.. 4 ,4# 1 / 8 wb.th It isalleged that the
doctor Wei badly beaten, and thrown or
• pushed veer the banister—failing from the
third to the second story, and rewiring We
ida which caused his death on Monday after
_noon, the 7th lest. On the day of the Mtn
oulty,Aldermaa Rally was called to ake the
dector!e information against Bound, t for as
sault and battery. The doctor stated that
while he we lybig in hod asleep, in a room in
the third eters, Roland (who is a brother of
his wife) elms up and waked Mm. He asked
him why he am, up there, remarking thathe
might hare vai'ad down stairs U he wished
to see him. Boland than oornmeneed to beat
hire, and during, the'needle they got upon the
plat:eras when lavas thrown over the ban-
Wee istei fell Ineadforemest upon the recond
deor;' ,. ..2tui Alderman toyed the doctor very
Much Wand cOn. `the head, (boulder ' and
eide. Tne banister was broken, and there
were other evidences of a num snuffle.
The laformatlon was made in the usual way
-for assault and battery, and a warrant was
Issued ferthe arrest cf Boland. He was not
taken into custody * although.he had bean fre
quently : fl ea in the streets. The doctor
Vey gradusllyworse, and On Sunday his
s. 'leptons', - became 'very alarming. Oa Mon
as.`" he still; Contletted to link, and upired
ebe ut feint o'clock in the afternoon. He bad
bon - ,Attaadial by Dm. Walters and Coffey,
inlet IS trial other PiClicbmi•
The to use 111210311 efloat 113 to the cause, f
the di Reilly, but we refrain from mentioning ,
them es' peehmt, as all the bets wilt be de-
id befog* the Coroner In the coarse of a
haw:Walk& The doctor was forty
fi *ere o,f age and had' been 'ruarrbed to
his . intent wife (Mies Deland) some arse or
foto: mon*, since. Tho brother fa an engi
ne ar„6 anspe man, and resides on Robinson
sweet s ' Allegheny. - Several annrre ware out
bl P 7 =it htm, but at the hour of going
to py sin ke bad net been arrested.
Atabasagn Sanitary Commission.
dieuatlens rendre for the week ending
August 29th: ,Two bexes.S. A.B. of Leech
burg; 2 boxes, S. A.S. of Kittanning; 1 pack
age of papa, As., from a friend; 1 tamale of
clothing, Nits. Jacob Forsyth; 4 bottles of
raspberry vinegar, from • friend; 1 box of
driedfruit de George A. Kirkpatrick; a box
9: A. S. etfleWloklayvills• ' 1 box L. A. S. of
ribuyi 1 box from the Sanday Soh 00l of
Veiled 'Presbyterian Church, Freeport; 2
ibertsb.S.' A. 9. Zenesvills; collected in the
- Meth ward by Inr. Keyser. $37 00; whole
amount collected In the Ninth ward, $95 00.
The Yolloinitg. extracts are from a letter
Witten Si-Camp , Shafer, TOM. by E. ll.
Amass ) Surgeoriof the 27th Illinois Reg.
ilmun ie zad addressed to Dr. A. 1.. Sulam= :
had scree practice! acquaintance
',with' the" working oft he Western 'Branch
One Elealtai3t Comminion, for nearly twenty
4404E4;1 deem it tor duty, 43 a surgeon In
the Monyito - stratus the high syyuctitton I
fael of the eilicdont benevolence of your organ-
Imulow; .-The many Immo comforts which
:through You have co promptly reached the
Nick and wounded In the Sold, and which
tcoehleof Laos been °therein onpplisci, hate
:made nO feet that patriotic benevolence Is a
power In the land, and the Sanitary Commis
gionits legitimate mode of expression la the
erroy. - Yon lave encountered immense °beta
the in your progress, and nobly eurnionnted
Iflatory win note the advent of your
Ngatisation•se az epoch, marking the ad
.. Ilosof Ensakind to a higher eirthistion, and
Zi a, Ng generations will cell you biosied. It
hike. end ',stamina organised national af
fai, h .. veluntery akenoces &ad contributions,
1 - • the krrors et war , that the world
12:11 ,...- U PL`.. d. Go on then in your good '
ime will come when those who
u n „ fond to NSW, VW be ashamed to have
Ny stood aloof. The self-do.
to the relief of the brave
defenders of tiro na t i ne aW. Will cloy ablia
_dem recompense i n __ the approbation of the
/19. d the cozuela^'Wllteli of having acted
In with tho t :' , ll2sot Impulse of het-
Lam . ' ny of a Po token Boom.
• A.man named Luke Darn. was Pester
dal' wielded by Aldermen Do Woidson's pollee
110 onimobia to jail to anstvor a charge of
Woo,. It appears that a *mar nomad
Betook Bandon, from South Payette town
ship, had salad a load of hay for forty. Ave
doliars, and got a chick for the amount on
the. Union Baking Company—the money
icing In fives on tho Bank of Crawford county,
lipb one eve dollar bill on the Pittston Bank.
g ee , vas stopping at the Black Bear Tavern,
ID t h e Diamond, aid whlie paying for some
own b e told his pocket book on the
t the bar room.
:ito vas in company with Dennigan
was sem tc r take the pocket book, when the
two 'lly loft- de soon as Broaden
n k od 7r to tab he muds known Mu fart,
and soigra iun2" of the
thieree. was form Ina clothing
o w n di e T t r• iii • 'vest, where be bad jast
1p m o m ! to ,„ dotx, lie had paid out.
i n dons , bin on the
. • Pittzionrgh Bank, and
no on Bank of Crawford
tottnispi n pomo d on . The Inference was
eels volts, who b o 4 taksn the pocket
.404 diiided the plum
. .lrith him, and
Irma ati Inhalation being . IN Alderman
Dociddion committal him fox Jarany. The
otherpaftp mu wit arrested.
Dnorron.-11. 0 hold
of oh* Beemid Ward, Allegheny, who WM no
cantly arvutral as a deserter Croat the 17th
Wolted-13latis Regulars, and who Attempted
tO *blab bit! disaharge by means of a writ of
Mho ompurbut EaUed, eempod from Bar
gent Herald, a: Ilarrishing, while hologram
_ Nora boot to his regiment. He had bum
plead In boat, bat begged so vitamins po
be renamed that dm satpant took the bona
- off biro, and the remit Will that - he soon after
stooped, sod la tell at largo.
itansust..-A very llne &adieus greeted
- ifise Bun' Dsnln, on her first appearance
'gest riming, sad she fay Minion her pze•
: wises replatlon in the ahem ;sr of "Bgota '
l'o•eight Site Will appear es !'rady thy
Dunker," a put - in Wash she snide • dui
did hit during bn yet sngsgsmsat hers, u
will as in nasal sags:omens in Washing.
ton. Of cease the thostts pill bs well lilted
alit tuning. •
: 4 ~
Pun BTUS! netts J.FD Loo.—Thnt
SWAN to fallatt• an extellent city resldonee,
—are tombilat of the sale'te-ateht at the Com
sestolal Bales Roorno, St - nth street. The
boys la nrorithlatirhioh could bo wished for
eoinfort and entealoni,butlt la a tab eta a flat
amior, colitatellous end well Bathed. Bid
den aro Inoltod.to examine the premium, be
fore eale, Ni, 0 VIM stmt.
CITI4.180114121) Daillt —Oa &sturdy
!tonne 'a little child of Pater O'Haniont
2 ,411 is Teloprobiotllo, woo to severely
rem* ' by id cleans taking fire that it died
1 31 • 1 1_ 1 " , 'oy looming. :The child was &bone
on fla s h cLl,ond while playing with other
it." 'ltti *ins *bleb had been Wain cub
dila= !lIN !,ikaties caught, and before Itll3lB.
'• ••;of doont iti i• figal *b loc
11. 1 141' Z . std - aboat . tea yoars,
coot st. the . 1 , or :Vb . hra .t if t, ihi u4 Ol:l 3 l
11"" Wkie f i'l" . ;IN soparwas
f ho stag t OTI • Ace be
• ifound wp bi- gun ifeEet-:
ik r . Aml s
;4 o tad op fora Llano& 'Be itti•
.er Twins, and said his nother residig
Valet Wszento zoLiwissozosots,—Thors
-10 be I Union msotiai in Lsorelosvills this
"fiat "at 7 eV*. .11obloosn's
ith e sismiss wit b 0 4am:sad by Mims.
itoidiisos and Woolisard, Z.'-gt*Phow, t he
mitesto for Cloven . 04 " .4
iimpiwirisso - osit to hoar him.
163312 Chtiatiar Posse —'ffono
a tncitilLof the 4, Aoloollatloa of Oho
"4 Poontylsis," at Allot
m Soptomb os or 10a. to.which
*woo, Figaro and pubthbors,
11 ‘ Garman wenn, ars ,invp44,
O. fink/W, Ste Pan an% •tuad go
News id tJr PrOdets.
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TUESDAY itiORNING, SEPT. 8, 1883
EEP 02 1TOZli. PAM OP THE CHM
4/stbettit Colyill...TwelgelLoaries Do.
Judge Louis having decided that he will
-entertain jurisdiction and use the *writ of
Hahne Corpus in the cases of soldiers of the
United Skates claiming to be discharged from
the draft or their enlistment, it Is proper to
sundae this Edelen, as It oterridet the
opinions of other Jedges and Involves uses-
dons of highest concern to the whole 1
country.. . -
Judge Lowrie claims jurisdiction humus
the State Courts have, and have exercised •
1 ooncnerrent Juba-toff= with the Federal
Courts u to many Emhart arising under the
! laws of the Union; and from an authority he
cites he seems to claim for the/3We Courts
"jurisdiction In all ecru arising under the
btu of the Ustionwobas expreseryprelibia' I."
That this claim is entirely too braad,lt is only
necessary to refer to the history and practice
of the State and Federal Courts sines the
adoption nth the Constitution; /t has been
held that e swum of the subject matter of
the jurisdiction will, and does exclude the
jurisdiction of the State Comte as fully as the
'central! prohibition." Nor instance, the
on extrude the ilation of the
Federal Couto " to all C5444 j o ub f admiralty and
Maritime juriedietion " and there is no "ex
tras prohibition" to!the State Courts in that
clue of oases, as in the cased foreign embas-;
seders; and yet it has always bailie heldfend
has always beep the practice) that the Zed
oral Courts, from the mum* of the nystt, and
the neceeify of the ease, have exclusive pule.
diction in all that class of eases—both" civil
and criminal"--au te captures, Wades, or
cont." Why is this? tecanso there
area arise upon the high seas, and by a de
elslon of the Supreme Court of the United
Sabre, tgon our lakes cud navigable rivers
and affect the eights of aliens as well as the
rights of olden' of ca. State tramming one
'nevigabb lakes and elvers lam other Brame,
and thereby reisbsg questions affecting the
" public welfare" and frequently the nubile
pomp ; and further, because this aims of cases,
is many ma nna,, ere deolded by the law of
Again the Yederal Court' have an tindlepn
qed jurisdiction of all crimes and effaces
committed against the "laws of the Union;"
and this jurisdiction irneossearily exclusive;
as in every indietmentor prosecution for such
offence, It mutt boo charged to have been oom
=Mod against the United State, and as the
Peetident may repriev a or pordOw the effender.
Every erinalnal prosecution mut charge the
,offence to have been oemudtted against the
• aoraidgn or government mime courts
crime judpmeat upon the offender, and whose'
executive authority may pardon him. The
jurisdiction which the state courts may right.
fully exenlill% 00114nenattr with the fediral
aorta, Is confined to clod causer for cbil do
Then, have the State courts a anonment
jurisdiction with the federal count, to beta
write of Habeas carpet comminding the as
thoritia a the United States te produce the
soldiers of the government before II ratejudges?
In order properly to answer this question we
moot look into the nature, extent, and power
of the United Statesoend the object of the
pet:plait occalarring those powers: In the flea
place it is clear, that as to all the delegated
powers, the general gurantrunat hsovereign—
because article 6 says "This conaltutien and
the laws of the United States which shall' be
Dade in pursuance thereof, shall be the en
proms law of the land."
This "supreme law - of the lend" by
express grant has vested the entire war power
of the Union In the United Stater, and has
uesprettly prolibibd" that power to the i
I States, for the plain reason that the United
States Government reprerents the whole
Union In all that relates to the general '
welfare of the whole country. Tile war
1 power is one of the meet aseatisi at
tribute, of sovereignty, and is conferred
en the general government for the safety
and merit: of al. No aismistion, or
form a civil moiety, is entitled to be galled •
government without this vital and essential
power. It is the first and the highest duty of
every government to pram. itself from both
foreign and domestic micelles. The rights 4f
gersrsments spring heat their obligations.
The United States are obliged by the 'sprees
terms of the amulet ''to prvoido for de eon -
Dion dime* and general-tee/fare" cut "to re
pel larresioti and suppress Insurrection." To
do Ude, soldiers must be had, and It becomes
lawful for Congress to raise them, by drait or
otherwise, as Congress shell dines There
can be no sovereignty, unless a nation her its
Legislative, Jail:dal and Haecuthe Depart
ments under Its wee control. It Is absurd to
Newts eoversimity to :aide in a gt.Vsziunint
Outstay enact laws, and another sovereignty
has the power to isolate snob laws • acuity
or disc/imp the °Mesas from thirstiest. As
Judge Lowrie has quoted the Peduallst as
authority I will do the same Alexander
Hamilton In discussing this point says ) "If
Wig are such things as political axioms,
the propriety of the judicial power of
gtovernment s (*ukuleles with
Legulative may be be ranked among the
mamba. Th irteen Independent - Courts dal-
Affair upon the same laws is • hydra in goy.
&summit from which nothing but onfailon
eta proceed." Again Hamilton says: "Cies -
trot:oiler between tielesthni and its suratiwre, er
damns, tan only beproperfyyrArred to tin Pe •
bocci Tribune/a. The peace of the telltale
ought not CO be left to the disposal of a part.",
The cues wider consideration are "bowels
the nation and it, intetbers." Apply those win•
oiples to the present case. The reason tor
taldng adult. federal jubilation of Ad
miralty cams are not so strong lathe necesel•
ty of sustaining the war power of the coun
try. That a man who has counterfeited the
coin should be triable only in the Federal
Courts is riot on any grounds of publie Interest
&tithe of the importance of curtaining the
government with soldiers when engage] in
The war power, however, )nceras the oaths
Notion—it vested exoluitvely in ohs United
States, and b expressly prohibited to the
State', and If the Btatejadges an discharge
the federal goldien for any cause, It is piaciD g
the entire war power of the wintry whereit
may be crippled and embsmend by that
" Hydra In government"—thejedgei in thin.
-o.turo States deciding the game questions.
They ma thu disband the army of the'
Union, and dailperpetrate that sturdily in
Government of deciding the most important
rights of umber gourd:pay. I freely admit
that the State Courts bare s concurrent lads
diction with the Federal Curb in many
eases involving merely civil rights in counts
between individuals; but that the judges of
She State Covrts may rightfully interfere with
the military authorities of the Units, and
discharge United States soldiers, I wholly
deny. Neither Slates nor„
i State ledges me ,
Quad *IA the Power, Ur , tat avy im
pose& n.l them opt
- providing log the unman
deforms; but this uty it imposed en the fed
eral Goverment. and it is tistly and right.
folly entitled to ill, Mum 01 &Outing
• The entire Union has an interest in every
single soldier drafted or enlisted for the ser
vice of the country. And in strict conformi
ty to the decisions of the Carib and the
practice of the Government, that in whatever
psalmlb. tokotir ecs.t, the lateral Courts
Leo optiOlvileriodiption, for the all-Lospor.
tent reasell that what angora the puce and
general welfare t the iiiol. Ilatlpd not La
controlled by a part.
It the State jatigesgusy discharge soillsrs
for want of age, they may dboharge for phy
deal disability—or for any other. cause. If
they have aright to Interfere at all, they
may decide the sot calling cut soldiers null
and void . ; thug the National arm, that power
that noneerns - the whole eountry, in time at
war, - say be arrested by ledges of the
Smut Count.. Lit us state a hge—sDupogo
Pennuivettio should deaf the draft of eel
diets utegal Ohio decdie it is Jessl—and go it
might run through all the Stabs.
No Government esn'exist if so vital a pow.
en• as that of controlling its soldiers, is taken
from it; and if It be tens that State Courts
have iD time past Issued writs of Habeas Car
put, and hurt disoiturd federal goldlorg, it
lieu to look foto MIS motto. and comtot an
evil, that must be awl: or galas as bed as
telntion in its effects on the Governments
Now; I maintain that as the whole war power
country is curses!: given to the United
Motel, and It " fOrflail prohibit/4 to the
States," !.`at thie prohibition attends to all
war mem:4 df as Government provided to
extort' that power, the federal ledges are
the only proper tribunals br lathing to apply
to for sdre se who claim rumpling from the
military genie* of the eonatly.
It, pot AO befog in. mind that the Conti
`digit extends ettprme juristiletion to the
tr" ..._l"%editig to_ goutrovartibi to *high
mucous • iikai to iwar tai and
the Trolled Stu— se . ena d.
ins and explaining the Constina.......
°tits framors e abyss siOntreversies betita.7
the ranks and its wumbsee acid/mum only ,
heinously referred to the negated tribwipkt
Every writ of &bug Camts lutiedfor the
Pupate of dhotis:ging soldiers of 'the Union,
-++-s`~a Y~-+..s..~.~.LrdJrs:an::!v'u~«a.a.„,., _..
. ::+x;. ~ ✓.;,:.z;.. ~a. , ..a:.~ , ~~:+: ! . , ° „ wit.~7ixs.tee::~::d~Si , si.~~~~.'':~.A.4e:..;W:,:=a,.~.~~~`'_
Is a eantrovarey' betimes the Vatted States
wad Its °lt ew. sad Is the very me that the
(redaarti-of the Coastlhatlea esataaplated. the
&Jainuts,exatasive juisdletton of to the Fed-
!And this argament
re cannot be answered in
this class of cuss by plying tgi tthermical
Courts ham an4gabla Jurisdiction la 01553
hiring nudes the laws of the United States.
There 11 no oypsal in flakes Cams awa—
it is away' an against twit issued by the
Judge or Court who decides the esze, and if
s person is discharged wrongfully there lean
remedy. The writes o. this makes these sag
gestions because the question Is one of the
test Importance, and with a view et calling
the attention of others more able to the nth.
iQrarial gaseunis—Joans Stamm MiL
LOX LID BLOW,.
MOEDA?, Sept. 7,1863.
In the two cues of the Commonwealth in
behalf of Mary Ann Polling against Peter
Lokbortor for assault and battery, it was al
leged that on two °mations Lebbsrgey axed
the proseentris roughly and pulled her ear in
the early part of May. Mary .Ann was In
his house in Birmingham as housekeeper.
The &fondant acknowledged polling her ear,
but no further 111 treatment.
The jury rendued a verdict in one use of
"guilty and defendant to pay the costs," end
in the other "not guilty and plaintiff to pay
In the ease agates tifitheny Lebbargeriaged
13 yarn, for assault and battery callus* Ann
Palling, it was 'loin that this boy came to
the aid of ids slater, (at bar rsquost,) who
was lighting with Mary Ann, In the second of
last May. This boy used a poker and beat
the prosecatrix on the took. Jai out.
Jacob Miner and John Prannholy, of Law
mounts, who indicted last March for selling
liquors on Sunday, and who plead guilty, were
each sertionead to pay a flee of $lO, pay the
costs of proseention and undergo an imprison
ment of ten days.
The cue against Kline, jao,b Kell and
Samuel Smith for misdemeanor was nol. pros.
on payment of costa.
Coauneawealth against Peter Lehberger,
surety, of the peace, on oath of Mary Ann
Palling, it was ordered that Mary Ann Pal
ling pay ona-half the docket outs
Into her own recognisance of $lO to the
peace towards Peter LAW:wand family for
elk months. Pater Lehbergar was ordered
to pay the half of the dooket costs and enter
into hi, own ncogniassee of $lOO to keep
the peace towards Mary Ann Palling for six
In the case of the Commonwealth against
Mary Ann Palling, surety of the peace on
oath of Elisabeth Labberger, the Court or.
dared Mary Ann. Palling to pay one half the
dookagnsts,enter into her own noognissa as of
*Mkt° keep Unpin= towards Elisabeth Leh
burger far Biz months; the evert alto ordered
that Elisabeth Lthteerger pay one half the
docket caste:and enter Into her own mogul
-511/3011 of $5O to keep the peace towards Mary
Ann Palling for aft months.
In the 1:530 against Boole, (super
intending foreuault and b r atery on the per
son of Jam Flanagan, a boy, it was shown
that the defendant kicked the boy and slapped
him on the side of the faoe, because the boy
shuck the glass moulds on the bottom' con
trary to instruotions. The Jury rendered a
verdict of guilty.
At the request of District Attorney Kirk
patrick Gtorga ii. Keyser Tao appointed °ou
sts/en to make Marne of tavern keepers and
liquor tellers in Lower St. Clair township.
Ina following eases are died for Tuesday
Commonwealth vs. Wm. Shore—Forcible
Betty and Detainer.
Com. vs. Clark—Seduction.
Com. ye. Craft—Embetsientent.
Com. vs. Jos. Loilnk—Three clans selling
Sonar on Sunday.
Com. vs. Augusta Weiss—Larceny.
00M. vs. JllO. PeIIy—LIIVOI27.
Com. vs. Ban—Libli.
Com. vs. Shaw—Libel
Com. vs, Irwin A Erady—Eilthway SAW.
ty, and any other ceases Vass can be got
ready until the Bratty case is reached. The
above mess win not be adhered to in their
order, but as they may be reedy and snit the
convenience of the Court, District Attorney
and the parties.
Fine Aneletal Instruments.
la thus days when instrumental music to
so universally • put of the edocatioool ao
eomplishrnents ofjoung ladies the piano -forte
is deetdadly the most popular instrument,
and an establishment such as Messrs. &labor
& Bro.'s on Fifth street, whore a large earl.
ety of different styles and makes of these In
struments is constantly kept, on hand, is an
Institution eagerly sought after by Lau or
geetlemeniertshing to purchase. Upon vis
iting Messrs. K. & liro's establishment a few
days oleos we were strack with the U. assort
ment of pianos and melodeons is his ware.
rooms. Prominent among these were several
of Steinway's pianos, which were nabbed
In the exultant style for which the prenufse.
taws of that instrument are so widely ode
broad. The Steinway piano has, within •
few years, become • most popular inurement,
and the demand is now, eo large that the
manufacturers And it difficult to supply it.
And its popularity Is not confined to this
country alone, for in Europe it Is squally eel
'buten, and is sought atter by the various
crowned heads. Queen Victoria and the Em
press Begonia am both possessors of one of
those instruments. To thou who whits Arst
elan piano Messrs. Elder & Bro. are able to
supply them. They have a beautiful instru
ment made by Callenbarsof Rea York, which
tkey offer to those not wishing te, pay the
price asked fin Sedawa,y's, and Is recommend
ed by each articles as Mason, Gotteehellt,
Wollenlisupt, Timm and Mills. We can
safely say that thole who desire to have a
good Pizzo at a low price, will do well to ex
amine those . unaufeetured by Annenberg.
Miller & Co., of Boston, WO also lIIIMISUItita
by aline collection of Instrumento, which are
among the but, both In regard to tone and
style of dutch. A fell siren octave Piano of
Hall & Co.'s make, is effered for hie by
Messrs. Elder for theextrems4 low price of
$B5. This opportunity of per4asing a good
insleament at a very low Ague is on. the;
rarely onus, and thous who are about pa
thetic& will do well to all and examine.
Nur Gomm —Mehra. Whits, Oa di 00.
hen now one of Gm largest and hansoms's
stooks eau brought. to this market. Bilks,
Dress Goods. Lioniwitesping Goods and
surstaing known to tit' trade. The stook
of Shawls muds angthings ever brought
hem from the ohsaust Woolen Shawl to the
4ustgiroobeltastunme. The lined party
d SSSSSS we hays has for seats !lON are swag
Gm Wt Wilful Made of Organdies and
Tatiana, tin are beantifil hg ye light.
Peacaratann.—Mr. Patterson, of the Arm
of J. 8. Patterson d Brom, grocers, Penn
skeet, lrlbb Ward, wear yesterday lined tea
dollars and logs, by Meyer Alexander, ter
buying potatoes at Ike easel, to sell again.
PIIRIA BOX.— atria ail Mortis hind, n.O En
nu MN of Aagov, Llscat. 001 BINS! 4. run
VIAIIOE, (ELth P. IL) la Ws VA par.
Tea lateral ptp:aUl3 VIII looro ttto toilletFe of
his brolltor. W. T. Purolator, Booth aroma, &Ho
e 001, Tuu llomeo OA 9 cede* to prooto4 to
Wsablastto, Po. Mao ftputto of t h e foxily ore ht.
ritol to sand.
sitmr—on-rntich u ofabt, rootember 6 b bin
(Avail &ILIUM, vra of .1116.01 Rely, seq., In
the gab Tsar of bar.;.. .
?ho !mail will takisplsos tam tba family
WIJiMIDAT itcm, at ti *Wu* p. m, to
Proocal to 13.'43b 9itn7tig Tps of
the Wary an twpfethilly Milted to Altana wlnnst
latter notlo•. Carthigna will lava on Wodnoulti
morphs at U o'clock, from lt towuner of Sixth ard
niCTIALD323--on McVay minnlng, IFtpt.
MBAS. Tao of' link. 11. Rtinsrdion, In tea Utb
pak at bet MR
lho Moult imp: aro retpotitally innitt4
to Woad in tontiol, et 3 o'clock Tau assziatoos,
pcco No. 299 Epthigiillel.
GUELIIILAIIDL-On Wasik Emoting, CM. lootant,
DAVID G LLI,3II4ING E L the rist 3sst of kt,
The intuit( will lake pinto of Truman *mg.
togs, Sib Watt s at S fetlock, fret Millie rat.
deco, to, WiSrat tort.thlo, to Itioatal to-Buttak
Bury fog Onus&
Funeral from flu Praftp tealitace,l3o.l43 ittntly
taunt, on Tot rata, eth hut, at 3 o'clock p. m.
- itopt , .64 Ttamday mornlnf.. tont. :4, at 31n
ruttenui In itpx•kibvi, Enn. iSH6tI TODD, m
tin 7714 year tt bb . •
1)c Bs4S —Oa Maadag i , feat. 76,10), Dr. I
maaaant, in the UM - year cl Liz age.
-VOW cf. tlat Naval la be alma lo them:M l
114..44 , Munda, B•pt. TM. WA animas
um of limed Illpb*th J. air. Sol T Tan
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
PRA m WASHINCTON
ep•dd Dispatch to the Elttsborg Gazetto .
Wamscroa, Sept 7,1863
EVMier:tem) or.turzoira °sync! car
The Guarnmszt has rushed a diapatoh
from Gen. Boned, that his malty advanced
apes Boonville on the 6th Inst, and after
come reds Luce from a small rebel force, which
was soon repsdessi, woo captured. When
Gen. Ihroside's (cress arrived before Kings
ton, some resistance was made, but the enemy
soon fell back and reheated. At this point
a cavalry fore* sent out from Boseerans' army
at Chattanooga, PO miss distant South, Joined •
linineldes farm. The latter plashed on his
Column to Louder, at the month of the Little
Tennessee Rim, share a sharp light took
place, br.t the enemy wu completely routed
with considerable loss. Our loss in all the
ctirmixtes wee trifling.
AYFAIIIB AT INIATTASODOA—ROMMAZIe Bar.
• • ATION.
The latest &gates, received by the Gov
aliment from Roseanne is to the 3J, which
say that the situation is entirely Latish&
tory. Ohattencogs must soon fall before the
gallant legions of the army of the Cumber
lard. The rebels prepared an ambuscade for
• party of the 81 Ohio cavalry on Friday as
they were returning from a reconnoisconee be.
isail the Itspralannenk, and neeesoled ta
wounding end ospnuing thirty of them. The
Commanding Moja:, Pryor, was wounded, but
gasped capture. Taking advantage of the
absence cf a vidette from his station, the
rebels made a sudden descant on cur advance
lines on Sunday; they killed and captured
fire men. Among the former vrokLientenent
Lyon, belonging to the Ist Pa. cavalry, and
secured a number of mules and bona.
TES PUBLIC DES?.
Reliable authorities say the public debt has
not increased since the last published state
ment, over the aggregate amount of the aye
twenty bonds Issued. Daring the, last six
weeks suspended claims to the amount of
430,400,000 have accumulated against the
Treaeury. The loan, of fifty millions oiled
of Rastiin banks by Secretary Chase, is In
tended to pay off these claims, leaving a
handsome balm= to carry on the Govern
ment until the new notes are' ready for issue.
O4TIOJAL lI4OOEI outuoanan. '
Pint National bank et Canton, 0 , with a
capital of $lOO,OOO, and the second National
bank of Franklin, Ind , with a capital of a,
$lOO,OOO have been whorized.
OidZILLL PLIASLITOIeII OPELVIRONE.
Gen. Pleasanton's cadet report of hie cav
alry operation& In the bat ce=palga Is coin
plots. The whole lora of his cavalry corps
'lnce Jane thh to the present Una L about
4,000 monk Wed, wouneed and catalog.
BOLDIX.1!1 PAJIBBD TOOOOOO.
The Commandinkt et the depot of the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad, in the city, reports
that 650,000 soldier" passed thrsugh it during
the heel year of 3862.
OILDKIID TO 4.C11V1 DUTY
Colonel Baker has been relieved from duty
In the city by Captain Todd, Prorest Ziar
'hal of the district, and ordered to satire
duty with his command la the fad.
VIE raLaraa COURT MARTIAL.
The proceodings of the 13sli,ear CGQI; Mar.
dal Iles undieturbed. in the Wu Department
Judge Advocate Holt trenrooltrod hie review
of theruord at She adjournment of the Court,
but no hand of Insuireeslon has:cached them.
8411/16X IX 111OTLaJD.
At the aemmencement of the rebellion Mr.
Bromic:, of Prince George county, Mg.,
owned lour hundred dears; be tow has elan
left —babies and docrepid old women, the rut
have stolen themselves. About CO 71 the mm
now fight with the Pint District Colored-Dee
mint. Mr. Browning nap he doer notoonsider
slavery iD Maryland safe property.
POIMOITALI BP TOR SPOUT/LIT OP TAR.
The Searetaa7 of War bas made a general
removal .motel hie subordinates. General
Ripley, of the Ordnance Department; Sar
gon General Hammond, Gin. Helga, Qum
termaotor Goner:11; Gin. Taylor, of the COPP
=hussy Department, besides Colonel Rueter,
ands 'crowd of hangars on, either have been
lately, or about to be ordered to other spots
mu.soira cover or molar.
The Milroy flaart et Inquiry has elated this
examination of bytimo4 in regard to the
evacuation of Winchester. The evidence le
regarded as favorable to Gen. Kilroy.
Latest from Charleston—General
Engagement on bept.
bairdment of the Cis, not Resumed.
PHELACIIILPRIA, Sept. .7 —The treasp o n
New Jersey, from Charleston the 3L has ar
rived. Operations ors progressing favorably.
On the first there was a general engagement
between the iron-clads and Ports Sumter and
Wagner and Mettitris. Mush damage was
done to the forts. Captain Oscar C. Badger,
moceztor to Captain Rodgers, had his leg
broken by a shell, and It is feared =pm •
titian will be neoessary. The Irensides was
at anchor, but not engaged. When the Now
Jamey left four monitors bad gone up reedy
for Edon, and were nearly abreast of Bart
Sumter preparatory to =dance new attach.
Thelma batteries ware bind night and day.
nue bombardment of the city had not boon
returned, but new batteries would open at the
Planer time. The army was In fine spirits.
Glamors was working with the utmost energy,
and all were confident of enemas.
Sappily Steamer Unsese.Gen. Burn
side I Movements.
Wairmiturox, September 7.—The supply
straw Union will sell from New York on
September 171 k. She will touch at Port
Royal, Key West, and of all Admiral and
Bayley's Station ; also at Pensacola, but goer,
no further than Pensaoote.
Official Information is received here from
General Burnside up to the 4th or sth Inst.,
stating that part of his cavalry forces had
arrived at Knoxville, while' otters were at
Morristown and Loudon, on the line of the
Virginia and East Teanesseeliallroad, which
towns are Northwest and Solthwest resprt
ively from iZnoiotla.•
The Mates and the mondMane.
Nay You, Sept. 7.—The gunboat Juno,
from Pernadobloronab, in July, has Andrei
She reports that a British ship had arrived at
the Island on Zane 17th with a cargo of coal
for the rebel , pirates, bat sailed the same day
for Beds. The lioronsh it Is stated would
not eller the Prides to ariehm., and the Ara.
"Mins were preparing 47 'wird reesptlenlfor
'them should they arms. The ;arm hat been
Malik% to the done Allende, but' hes seen
Ilztensifro rise 21 /McGregor. lower
Mangos /ova, September T.-4 de.
Mirth,* pre last sight destroyed a dam bag.
ness Sims belonging to fdaDonald, Case, Bal.
ley, Van Valkentrurg, Straight, Ryan, Um.
merslatigh, Gutman & Lennon, Saab & Blob
nell, Semmesiteld & Co., and come Scion rf
law °Sees. Loss fifty thontand dollen ; one.
Receipts Into the Treasury.
Bspt.' 7.—The realipts ids
tits Tusseruy from taus on theta of Septet.
per &Fs the Isresit ger reported.. .an one aiy
host lb. rams Soeress. They were on leptunt
of the rettere! Ilieenne $29t,610 4 og soma
of the Customs notes $58.770, and In min
plot; sillier is sit 11707.442.
PHILADIFLriIa, Saps. 7.—The depot oi the
Weal Jersey Railroad it ltridotowaiiritit
s i s kt pumps mattavaal Wets cam sad
a quantity of ht-wen destroyed if Aro
yesterday. Lois 0.9,000. z-- - , .
Latest from awrope..Arrival of the
New YoIL, Sept. 7.—By the arrival of the
eteautririp &riots, we have the following ad
ditional foreign news :
The Paris Coastitetiosairi publishes en arts.
ale signed "B- 10 :" pointing out the toinottoo
of the American preambles regarding tee
establishment of a strong government in
Vague rumors were afloat, per the Weal
India mail, that the Alabama had engaged
and gunk the Vanderbilt.
The London-Mies, in an editorial on the
memorial of the Emancipation Society for the
stoppage of the building of vessels for the
Confederacy, admits that it Li wrong to sup
ply them with vessels,and says it is England's
Interest, as well as legal duty, to maintain
this custem. •
The London Daily lbws reiterates the ar
gument that all the vessels building for the
Confeds should be reined. The Star contends
that the awards should at least be detained
until the appeal in the Alexandria case Is
fully settled. The Slew quoting D'Aroy
Mellen late alarmiet letter tells them that it
Is &suggestion In the wrong direction to ap
point an Eagilah Pianism to govern Canada
In a time of aggression, and says they
must defend themselves.
The Liverpool Post has the report that the
Alabama has run into Chesbourg for repaire,
and that the florid. is at Brest. The re
port lacks continuation.
This Paris corresponderi of the Daily Roca
hellacce the Americen• protest, in regard to
Kula*, would be tendered to the French
Government ilthe coarse of th e weak.
The King ries Beians recoMmen the
Arch Dal.° Ilersimilan lg to insist en ce d r s
conditions before accepting the Crown of
Mexico. These conditions are equivalent to
• refusal. -
The Imperial faintly at Vienna have resolved
that If the Aroh Duke accepts tbo Maxima
ClOlllll he must renounce all his political right,
at a saltine: the home of Acura.
Limpet, Cotton Market, dug. ;S.—Brok
er's Menhir reports sales Cotton 11400 bales,
including 4000 to speculators, 1800 to export-
OPE Sibs to-day of 12000 baits including
;000 to emulators and expor ters, closed
buoyaat and unchanged prices. Clime fair
23%; Mobile 23;41 Uplands 23%.
Liverpool Breacrituffs marketgenerstly dull
and downward. Wakstisld, Nash A Co. , / 11 .
pert Flocs very doll. Wheat quiet sod • on
changed; market here ;mixed 26i ad@lem OL
Provisions generally dill and unchanged.
Bacon has a declining tendency.
Larztri—Conisurciat—Liverpool, dup. 20.
Cottplt sale 10.000 bales ; closed quiet and
unchanged. Breadstuff/ quiet and steady.
Corn, no sale., market downward with 'a de
onus. Conga , : 5 3% to 93% for money.
Fights With the Japantme.
Set Busmen°, Sept. 6 —Dates from Japan
to the 24th of July aro reoeived.
Oa the 15th of July the English ship life.
dean, from Naguaki to Renagawl, by the
Island paling°, was attacked by some forts
and vessels that bad previously fired on the
timerloaa ship Pembroke. The lichen re
ceived six allots, and was much it.j2red. She
had fear men killed and six wounded. hoe
destroyed one fort and proceeded to Kana¢a•
wa. On the Stith of July the timeless. steam
er Wyoming arrived at Kanagere for a trip
to smash the Dumb, whole vessels and forte
Aral on the Pembroke.
-• • .
The Wyoming reported that rite had 40126
her work well, having blown up the Japanese
steamer Lanced',ld and silenced nearly all the
forts, leaving the Lerma in a sinklog condi
tion. The Wyoming received 20 shots, and
had 5 killed and 20 wounded, saga she
deemed it prod nt to return to liaitagawa.
On the 20th Admiral June, in the Semitanale,
returned to Eangawa and reported having
arrived with the Samiramir.
Oa the previous 31 uncial in the Simio
moulds Straits the Tareorde received a nee
from the batteries, which with the forts were
then bombarded for about three benrs. One
bundled and fifty troops landed. The forts,
butterfat and town were destroyed, the gnus
spiked, powder mages;nes blown up Lori the
Bat little fight wu shown by the Japan
ese atter being shelled out, principally 'mu
behind the trees, and points of I.:oh
300 men were reported descer.ding towards
the shift, but 'scald not attempt to part the
range of the guts.
Bottling was beard of the wreck of the
Laneefield, bat the masts of a sunken ship
were thought t be Ent. The easualties woo
Euttemeat at Leuvanwot th• -3lcty or
Lsavtawonra, Sept. 7.—Mayo: Antnony
was arrested this afternoon by • *geed of
soldiers haadod by ono of U. EaLng's &too.
tie... He was pot in a'l 7.4111kge and huuled
off in MO direction of lianas City. The ex•
caw:merit here is Inteasii.
Markets by Telegragb
Nsw You, Sept 4th.—"Jotton quiet aed Amu at
6!»740 fur Ilaidoll4ll uplauda near—fur nom men
grades 'of old 11 to dull •od deollalur, whet, (two
ground It attrady with a mtdstata demand at SI 603
4 $3 for extra State, 4616®6 altar extra B 11 0. and
44 16(7 Ca trade brands, at market closlog quiet.
kiloaka gale: •od firm at 60e. Wtmat I. dual and
comma grade. u. let.2c lower at 85p3111 03 for Chi
cage Eprlor; lible3sl 12 fir killetaultat Oub, %MI SI
123 l it) for w Mat rod ar a mi. (.1: re has Wanted
10 per brat, w, to a good demand, chiefly et run atlas.
at 74%073e for ll:doping m zed watt :rn adott, sod
763110tt la atom, end 7t3gp7Bc for watt! u"yelL w. Onto
q utrt and very Armes 023b7c. a oot tiro. and in a
madentto demand; mat tla quiet and oncnang
ed. Bed quiet, Bacon tide, golot , and priem
withort decided chauct. Latta wady at 531,31P3,
and 2:0 kcga at 11340.
Honey Is Arm cud scarcity act active at 637; Beer.
Hug &mar but claw Tory quint at 1149ei149%; Qu'd
Anna, %man at 8214. cud do Lug at irdili; 0 Aare
meat St.ob wanstm decided shag&
The Now York Bent Statement Chows an laureate
in 100 as or $0,728,4 9; &creme to epode of 540.674;
decrema to circulation of 519,918; Marva 0 in depo•
Pwriantztuttat Fept 3.—Petrolenrn Is dull; Crude
sells at 350 and Reflood at asga..c. Pour dull; Bala
of WO bbls at 8476©1. Wheat dal; new red sells
at SLIHOI 31; old at 11l 35, at d elentucky white at
11l 534166. Corn la dull at 35,.. Whisky Is firm at
DALTlliall. Sept 7 —flour dal as $5 d93iaz 75.
Wheat quiet; white &alined 3u, Cant dun. IVbl
ky Is firm.
Lumorti toy Railroad.
PLITHITIAM if. WHIZZ 4 CHICAGO BAIIJOAD, &Gt.
6-17 pkp twine. H Gawk; 10 dos wadiboarde, Wm
Cooper* co; 16 do.
J I Room 4 az 2G do do,
LICOSA, a Tatted; 20 do do, B Aware 4 co; C 95 lee
deem, lear corn, J 13 Canfield; 20 bra stay. 11. Bob.
co; Zi do do, BldeLe; 10 do do, W PBeck 4
1.6 do do. Helmer a Bet; 6 do do, Martlend
04,11031 10 a r do, Jos Lam; 20 do do, Reiser 4 La.
zees; 10 dodo, PDradmt 26 to do,i Li 11.7.1. 4 e 0;
10 do C 0,1410.4 Trimble; 6 do, Haworth & Etto; 100
bale erbidly. Lambert d Bbipton; 87 bale wend, bk.
IGeo 4D. IGO bee timothy mid, °mime 4 Thomas;
100 Me goer, J Glerilluer, I cot ate, SIOBAO• 4 Aw.
kr; I do do, 0 8 Leered do do, J A Brear; 2 do do,
ti 8 Floyd. 0 bkaa intlaky, Hostetter 4 Smite; 1153
eye °deriver do, Iles ,24Ce11; I d 5 do, Hitchcock,
ditillreery 4 do; it yltp tobacco, 8 Dalaall • co; I
do do, WM 181 11 8 . Ti 26 dodo, Wm /Wags.
Obstettazo a Priessraca Batzutum, Pest. 4.-
15 bbh fear, 44 bake how, H Gorw4.; 78 pee teit.t.
Ask 11 a Callum 16 bbh, 'ltem, tf ok, fettli a
cot 13 kW Opplm.l7scatog • Bt' 3/ do do, Olean.
& Honk* 68 dodo, Porter A Alkon; 21 dodo, p
Vsmorder, ado, B 131thop; ado do, abort:mitre •
Inagj 46 do do, 4do tip, 16 kp butter, L /1 Yclgt
6do do, 3 DIM apples, J LI Boymdds, 134 bath case.
ItcCallamh, 2tolth & co; 14 1.,L cheese, We. &disc;
135usal Won and shoo, H Obfde & co; 119 do do,
P Iltutor; 41 bat chesso,l3 /.hell a co; 29 bbto sp.
pl., $4 .sta. Mire 6t Artottmor. i 6 btds door,
56 Fowler. ES bxe chow, Wm 11•11..-e; 20 Ulm lord
alh notmasid A Atbuckbet 68 bbl. floor, Ms 11c.
Cutcheon• 12 bp feathers, 'ldertlsod itkon,r; 6
bze tobacco, J Bletpotetck A Dm' 7Ws whisky,
Clqksebeimer A aro; 20 bk. cocollsi, 64.rhot A Ls.
14/1 hbds totmcco, W aTlttnobart; 2do do, Joo
Grasket tablas; Bother* • Kellerman; 2 cake to.
baao, a H Alyea tot; 100 Wm. It Demmss,
Sept. 7-43 pip load, A Gallon; 25 dos polls, La
Dar, 30 do do. J Dakortb • co; 6co do, Wm ng
Cooper a ca; 30 by este, 11 13 Godfrey; ES MR can.
dles, LUGO& TrlmEdo; Magnate. e alp& ehepocd•
14 bob beams, W Gamlen 1000 2,l¢s lend, B
Y.hnrtookt col 1 car rye. Illte.tototh,lklgur,ery a
Co. WA/cats, GrAmn 4 Moms.; 1 do co, I dolmen,
pan aratises; I do do, Bea a, Boll; I do bam., b
asibiolgti CM 2do cell. Jos Dmrlo2tott.
Augoaggy larortoro-2 ears mill food, t d.l. ery,
H 61.11 0 1 .1„ car cosi. W Ow; 7 bra oup, B Dyer;
bbl. op Baker & co; airs pig metal , Qraif. A
co;,pg goo lAA Diamond 11111 s; 15 do; brrAtag,
bk s .ko ro; ourkollog, ovum; bLII op.
vos. g DtroOni If btdo drool roldr rottezoO,• Gta
th o us, Q Allem 50 bld• oour, 0 Horrid 1.. bb:s Ap.
H Imo; 60 bbl, rbpky, J Stab, 1% rdle
or, A I/ Taggart; 15 bgs bat 'sod, Zror a, Hamillog,
Bakol. 11-10 bblg apylee. Flaming 4/H4, 1 20d.
L Ilidscoard 61 do do; V ups ar ;10 do do, I. :U r
Too a co; Bodo Rained,. fr do do, Pot
Or Alk•i; o, Amnon a Stumm gp e. ) ,
eko toes. Near graistrottilMO M t
Wag 61rolto leather, 0 Soden 188 .I.oats, SIAr.
stud a mclWlnao batty IV. 0 0 Plop.
Xl= BEEF—. .
D l l auk chin OthdialuitiCatinoted NuDziad
Bat; - - -
ip3 blas. !Attrs emu
100 Digs rims We 0 , irmis
jail trvainid and far We t 7 .
labvrr ipft 11fDW.DZUWIRIVT014
la botub Flats Tlcacliby end;
leo Mix Apipten
VI art la, Banal
Se who 642 4c,r lab
- ' - • Ttry
RAIN VAN GOBDRIZ.
IBS haat stmt.
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SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Gooonot Ino Baxia'a Sonnira Mizscari; •
I=ll4 ezoof 2o_ a3serarteg rozaposes, ars CI•S
best tz. aae
A. F. Cu_trorr, Gcl2=4l Area,.
No. 18, fifth street
TEOYMI sod OnteraortraSlato
}loofa?, =4 deals' to Peatoilvable =4 Ver.-
31:13 - 1: MAIO of tho boot qtra.ti• ty et low rittle
OP,.eoot Lloi. Lar.:4147f0'9, to.or the Wo,"-sr
Works. Pllttbarek,:e. spElltsa
CLasixo Or ant /airman &ran as Cone..
Baal Graham; merchant tailor,. is selling off
big Spring end Summer stack of goodant cost.
They consist of sal the West styles of death
oassimares ami vestlngs, of which he lit pro
pared' to make op In the most fashionable
manner, end at oust The Public chcel4
ngt nogloat to avail llhhemaelvae of this rue
&atm and =vs oconef by giving him an ;
Alpo, a large saortroont of plain and fanoy
easaitnero4, wail adapted for Ur? wow, which
be will call by the - p 16.; far below cost.
blotners shottld ratan:m.4 to ottll early
No. 54 Market street.
Fos Fut. 1,21 D Wisrolt Wawa.—The sum
mer fa pest, and by the nian.dnea (nit, we
begin to apprehend, that fall and winter will
be ebortly upon or, and we must provide Mir
solves with the material to _keep us cromferte•
We. A nice fell mit, or a.good and well-made
overcoat are the vary thing, and, we do net
Scow of any piece where our readers would
snit then:o6lam] better than at Messrs. W. H.
idco.o & Co.'s Mottling establishment, corner
of Federal Street and Diamond Square, Alle
gheny. whey have also received a complete ,
*assortment of gentlemen's famishing goods, 1
and a great variety of now patterns for walla- I
A DACGEITZB BEHIPITTID.—Rev. Daniel
T. W ocd, Middletown, Orange acuity, N. T.,
In: as: "By tho use of Mrs. S. A. Allan's
World's Bair Revers! and Zylobalsanium my
hint has groatty thicketed upon my bra ,and
put on a eery lively, healthy appearance.
no same is true of my daughter; her halt
bad hteome thia, and came oat constantly,
until we thought the bosd would would be al-
most bare;. her hair has handsomely thickart
ed up, and also has a healthy appearance.
We are thankful to you, and feel that we hare
full value for our mousy."
Bold by Drargtsts everywhere. Depot,
198 Greenwich etreer, ;Jew York.
Arrastros, ReTVISID VOLUFI7IIII.I I—The
attention of our country's brave defenders
retuned from tho teat of war, and of
tho public in general, la againtiracted to tho
very extent:co and handsome sssortment of
the latest styles of Prenob, English and
American pieta goods, fot pants, coats and
vests, lately received by Meseta. Joha Wain
fe Co. , hisrohont Tailors, No. 136 Fedezal
eirest, Allazion,y. A tattof:l aeleetion of
gentlemen's torniching geode will oleo always
bo toned on the Chokes of the establishment,
to ether with a lot of rouSy-mode clothing,
got up in the beet =ono,
Hopes R64.1.1ZtD —nov. E. Eral3P,
Ohio, writes: .41 hero used Mrs. 21. A. A!•
lan's World Heir Begtorer mad Zylobalsamem.
They hove ehaeoed my bate to Ito natural
color, and stopped its felling off" Could any
thing more be still lD favor of any artiolos.
Bold by Animists trrerwhtre. Depot, 196
Eiffel:rich !treat, Now York,
Is it possible that say Boldier can be to
foolish as to leave the city without a supply
of Rollo way 'a 0 M talonl and Pilfs? Whoever
does so will deeply rogret The medicines
art tho only L orain ovre'f•yr Bowel complaints . ,
Forere,Bores and Sentry. Only 25 cents sir
box or pot. 223
14er311 4g..1 riJrBITI IiOLDIISV, Aeaa ata
ALL 07E11E1 r) - atsorno.-.-Pcr mottti 0r M.
toratlorrs to atom cr drolling 3, nay roofe, or
•asthir.g e!= t.'co CarFentor lint, az!! at
Cattilort'a Careztd, t.340r, 7tritiP onzt,
cbovo Bmithtiold :Tien r.rotat.tly
Fort' ' , Gum, four dolir.ri.
FPO' doiinrs, lora 4.olinro.
1.15G161/til, Dentol inautute.
Bea °neap Dontirtz7, bon ahonpDornietry
LCa machine work, no u.e.olaine work.
rr.rena and Cs sauna OALLB will be taken
at the Omnibus of , m, No. 405 Liberty street,
day or night. All orders left at the above
place will be promptly attended to. All oafs
mast be paid in advance. 6m.
PAO Mit 81.1.P.8f/A 'VS 0 FilOff,
!no Ifinnins CZ r 131....
P 8 Fourth EL.. Plttabervh, ant. 7, tart
PTE D FROM DR AFT. --
4 •-••lu usordenes with ordsrs. I onbLfsh the Ml.
lowirg Het of ry.rsome esempeed from draft by the
Hoard f rorellment to fhb Merin; to this thex,
with the reasons 01 their ezemPLime
PAID $3OO rnl TUX rnoctreencs OP J. SVOITITIr S.
Ed Ulf p Leeryweld Prosser, V
~ reelo:l4 WWI
.h. t . wnehlp.
Themes B. Gilkey, Verseiiim township.
James Dud 'a, do.
Riley Band, do.
James Mahaffey, do.
Bum, 111451..1. do.
Wil tam C. ILA, 111)11141 sownadp.
John Rankin. do.
A. 12011 WHO HAIM NOT Dr.Cl.lllTh INTENTIONS
AM IWI klo.r.n. Elfill'n tp. Wl:Lo:fie3.
Franey, Jai How
lthhArd Perk., ht.lll atp Witnts..s, T. Hav
ro.gl, V S•pre.
F MTIIMI,2t, W4k l ll/ tp Witnessos, J Glean.
Ju lox, Elisabeth tp. Witnele s, I Alton, S
p ‘ wkw, 31 M A tp. Wlinmea, Wm Ittorpi,
ar, Wm Ttioile.
Rbra Brywrol, 3112112 tp. Wlit.. B Parka.
wroAcia ftyer. 31:Mia tp. Wl•n, B parka,
Wm A Evry, Mlmit tp. Nittrwaroa, L Etritre, D
Act t. w 1'44 J, Bgalttb tp.. Wit :timer, Jo
IT STAID AID LICILPTI.D.
Jolla Flan, bliAlla totro/44., dtsattiltr.
laaao Homo. El t arn•blp; dvabfllty.
Alexander Welama", towoahlp; dhatillty
Darad Calhour/..11'/1 towcablp;
Juana 0 Crawford, M 4ll aria tow nship di/ability.
rasonwucxrais 07 A.OO.
E licatgoreery, Ellzahoth towoltdp; arer thlrty
Dv, and tutzlol. Vistccama, .1 lchnson, L (Joct
Jahn Sled% 21112 in tinwhip; ores thirty-Oreand
married. IVltwocv, G Iroh.ut.eer, y
thirty hfuGhlee nryder. 1111fItIti town.b rg ip; ore, thirty.
Gra ova married Welotev, N nue
Yard &bate, 3.111111 u tosaushipi aver thirty•nvo
And nierrl,l Rana et, rrturr beholu. If Rooth
Robe. t NU." township; under twenty.
Wltnen e L M Intim. Hannah 11:/otyre.
Georg, Acterraa, M.lllla t,sret.h•p; over th:rty.
nye sod rentrird Witusner, N ea*
MILT 103 LIAILL t 0 IRLIT•Dy DIRT. LLD 6LITOS7 Or
John VArtris. CoMtn tawnelep Wituensa W
Johnson, e J Johnston.
Ratiowilet Jones, Dllffith township Witnestot—T
Christian Lisa, Width towrship Witotsics—
atm Rogers, Peter Lou.t
John n township Ultimata —Remy
dliatt, Wm 0 Jones
IN ssztvzca nazen D . 18C.1.
0 Swain. MEM tovrasblp—idtntititd by John Al%
lonia.t to el 11,, Mb Pa
Ja .8 tostutblp —ldentified tr
Jog Agar 011111 Ting bet!Otalld to Lb I, gib Br WYE&
TWO mamacts or ileac tax at aaavaDY Ix inanta.
John Bumbaugh MeAterpart. Vltava—Retards
Adlotaat 11.nenr• 060.
Jahall Lotulerbacb, Ellaalmtb Bo:my& Minas
&colds Adjutant Gannars alas.
J. .11&1:014• FO'StAti,
Copt. and Provoil bistabs!, 224 Mat. Pa
. 41 a . usr&mairTz.
Lem. e a 4... . .. Utetanteoet,
egrlistiahl night of tho' tainted actrem, Attu
Isua DZIII4. trho will app; ;ay u the dashing
"laity thy Eptntor...
• . TRU (Itecisyl
wm. bcrpartaulli, noitoomera ace coy of
WI , a ai erniN
GhAOE /Vitus hw IC Ell3Bidr.
Oda& vODEIBBnr----.-1). ImIXDA T
80KG------t in BLOS.Err.-
70 cznaods with
THE YOUNG WEDGIV.
Copt: HauTIMILIAL ' Urzlllolll.
--, _r AMMO? (teriemetternai trines, i zo
- Ounce 0 =4 424 Octets.
''' ikil 'difrigicro. D. 0.; Miami 4 231&, inS.
131:11ifil0 bait it OP - tIONDIOIN
A. AN1444L3 will tete Men it thrCkner; bin
the Otsertatery. •In this inn. ea :the nr, WAND
aradrazoNesosra or,. tzrrsona.N. OA the
24 Ilith and WI& den or the mete. Tee emelt,
la condole el es wets Cori/41k antics. . .
FA! to ecremPionin W 10 9 alccli `i• Z 5. Cr
nn bead eb .14b.daii
rvad Da coutritmi 4 7 0 ei,!l 7 cui! . OR tralitar
. , „
, . , „C., IL vault cm, '
C yR and A. 'Qat, Ar
apseir:s7 , z - ~reVi.'
' S. Z-1130-8.
P6IMMII of iodate* habits ietchlea olth - eieh:
teg laelitede4sheifattaltit tiro toott,lsa f
Pat; airate -after eattog.oarpid llree.ccoottp.
ttoo, ta, dasamt to oast it the: wht acs try the
. •PLANTATION—BITT 8.
Which are stow zedassaisebsd thohtshod tx4:o.
saltanitho, and warrnnte ' d to,yroisai an toesolicor
lectitteld 'Dot: actrexceeOloit t le.'
polectkr Wae, orcroaatt swereede ither foals;
where • heathiripattle sthichat b *oars& :
They party, Month= GAO instresta: -
They calite a brelthi appoitte. ' -
They are an althlote to damp of water lost den.
Th e y
n, of sat laksloart
ItrOtbeti the system toodeallnaotho toled:
They irsioor piliatudloaad tritatadtteet forest-
They yes* DOe breath sad oddity of thiettialte:
'an curt DITP‘PIa tad oausumtniu '
The ? core Moretti, Gofers oad
They ooze laver CloorilslatsoutEemas Usodioh.:
-. 724 4 tiLla* the Welk !data&
sad ore schsweted Gotanes stook zesteook:
computed of coldest' roam& borkt-ItlAlet•
Fes, amass, mar Sod loots, sll yrenerettli
; perfectly pore Bt. tkols Eliot Tor lsrthtalsow sea
dream ad tertanockll arca:Wei& hottte.-
Beiare orlaroctost 'T e riahloetiCely bottle. sot
that It has D. D. Bomb' itlkoulatee`ea oar irtetto
1:1! Marti over the tooth. with Dilatant* stet% Ipf
dor AM ilsastare eta a Aso steel Ode engrorta
'll4 label. dee thsti oar bottls is tot ni g
spurtious doloterions day,ady..
to match the. tido ar oh:totter of-ottr goods.- 'Asi
petwitipseloadhog to All Pleatettcs 131Desar1
gallon or to Wk., ls hapooter. We fel soli In
our ktfi oaadlo bottle: Asti ponce' ladestuas DLLs
WEDS, or Idling say othertesterfAl therohio Whir
011131 Pluto:km Dithers err rat, to ti cienbtall
111 3 Y. 8A Got god be so st weeded by - at. :Ck;to
airway lam oar eye= two forgot ci , our
bolas, a.., who:will 'totted lit yottlie eheinstlise
Into ekwe dosages. -The doe:sad for Drate'a nos.
taloa linters lam dirsymea, aterchoa to,
!d o Is gamely laandSto. The . Wails tad elf •
bottle DUD Maus we prom: of thotr worth - led
superiority. Thii see sold by all respectaba thow
gds. power, ybialchaa, hotel", steamboats hod
g RR A RBI, ORNITLIIR
TERB, kr aid % 'boleti& and Man, by
er Phattladd and Startb gtrtots.
£PURE' WINE VINECI.BII,
E. A' M. BOLLVAN. GERMANY.
Tarmeey 1 / 1 2.Let CO., Bordaira.)
• only %tor awarded 'RD a Peas aftdal, of f
iL t ezbtftata at the. I sittrastkatal albtatty
War eafri II
SALE OF, ST tAisI3OATs •
Dim QvAmatturrre ()Trutt. t
weehrhle, Tern arc I
ell to the Malvin bidder, for cash the kl.
ascantbeire. fractal In the Ocroberlsid
Mom. arts' macateery and other atnartenano.a. ea
5 h 5 7 lei to me Meer: (I) el' attic lt •rtr. U. 87.
MIA... neer bead tllarpetbEltnab, (I) STUMM
Oflofl7tg; 8m Seim ab 'as fithr,co.l *koala
Medd Mall) be reihtrad at thls Mike midi IV
o'clock m , MONDAY. O.pt. /4th, lee.
Edda adll be recelvad for each boat reirtfaia, and
the beats sill to rat mptable to the Ilg6est.hlsder.
bred to Ms Mount et t 5 p -c real. et thl amrant
cltrrad tor each beat, elgamt by toorammaellate sore.
tlre,.to b. torbited on nrilect or retool et paltvis
the =leant 61, (If the bld fa aca - p:cd,) slit. m..
1314. lola D 3 addrorrol to Mt un.f...rgir.o&irsOcese..3
Provos* for etialla Olt' "
21... right is roes led to Meet orAII DIAL.- •
if. D. wiono O. ~1 A. Q 1.
By order of 000. all SA SW0111)3,
..a tseltd •. Q 14 060. tr. S. A.
WRECKS OF ItiTRAXEOATS POE
V T BILL
• Clews cr Taasepottatto;
Be. . atl.
Th• ere* of lb' *tam LO e , • rzt
il 2 We PAL.
L as she tare Hot, fro 2410. celor G.ll.ttla,
the ettobortintl tort?. •
Mae, tha wrack of tener .Parall UNITA."
rear the heed. of Ifar,aeth s &mate, to the Comber
no...X.lrldailis kat= eni butte of lb. ab:se-
Lll4lOl Dantean report el t..) be val.
• They wilt he rote et pubno anctlaa .0 the hteuet
Mate' oo the Ito DAY eh' 0 0 Tu8.0.11. 1813,12 the
etl7 ofOintlettatt. Oak, to trent of the oXce of Cv.t.
beLTS - 80EfUlDr..a. Q. ?IL
Tama cub, u.B, Tteevar..Motes. '
by trice of /Qt. Cot. bloom abase. •
rspttio and a: Q. AL
paNSIOINS, BOUNTY Et RUM PA V.
T. WALTIX. DAY,
MrEBAL OGLER AG ,
80.:10.1 rya a., llird door 4-Zoto deo Cattadrat.
wounded Soldiers, 'why bras been to tba mili
tary or naval imam, ate Qattara to 110? Bounty
sad Pampa. toldlara who but semi! two
leas an also entitled to the WO &tasty. &deem
by mason of disease, are =Mi.:A to pea.
elms. Widow. of &Mien wha die or are bided to
the service are entitled to melons and tho . 731C.0
Boost), So., do.
°Metre Obtim* 01 mazy deterielion, aroma, at.
anadsd to. So chirp shade to any awe claw Ism
UM.) w eoliaes.d. hratt rime.
nkSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
Tbe yortoonhty hatotorate ollottny between
flu nalloalboa, =dor :be dm of 7110411a8 DELL
W., Is Ibis day dictafoti by the wbhdfswal of
WE. USA. Tito batiropaa will to fottlEd by obbrr
of the pinata.; at itfo. pb !teat amt.
Eept I, 180.
The nadendgeed vGI eenttnce the Cetrautallat.
Grata end Ptodate bettaets. caller the awe f
TLIOALUI MI. et NM In 55 5 95 Water area. THOB. BIEL.
A LLECHKNY CITY RESIDICNCE
ZOL•Ig011 SAUL-1h sure. well bit; 81370 E.
I/WILLING HOUSE. alih potato, web ht.% tiro
lame radars. Ehlers. 'Ulna gene. ern bentent
mar, War duo:them fang sub moms, two mutt
rooms. porch, ete., ell yell moan, well papered
and panted. and ha asse ardor. tarp let °termed.
tt cab et the earner . of - . 31"0nh Ousel end e'en:tan
stree, 67 feet treat. Irlyilditi to Ebner street;
• 6111 k stable sad cerrisir. boon. shade Ws.
71tes, trait. Bann sad shrubbery. ?or nod
toms apply ici OCITEIBCGT t0t.14
• et Dearest omit.
LOU R HERE. — If you v!utt •yorir
anis iu op with Or earo Coo yrxtza, such
at ICITCLHIIII, BATA TDB, ICILTZU OLOSIM, 80.
cell at E 9 P EDZILWEITIMErsAIIcseIsay, or
Lizzirrr EITZL% l'lttabarea.
. T 43. d , # . ZVILLE;
thve.nore to WM. T Jr. aco
Irir . 4lllencida r: tiaras! in tiro wertr.
A NSW COPYING INN,,niiiae. by
Win. Wasillinfardat. aid to ail Anti in &-
nonM. Waling Slatd. , and awls :24 na , . ailit.a
agar bibatniekor.lbw, sr tour aftertna main.
iicrint has ban yrntesi. f i ztnr...1 41 ,14in,04 4W:tk
esalthl Amintsin nag 11 13 444 Q . 4
pinn—Scsolos nal: on - , ,
Piton! very moth lower thin Aro -
n ONCULNiSHICHMAN Gti.th Egli%
Blila on ths Maks Bank. Laidaa, inCt.tot.
bilk on o urn. nr•Portant town to Garmury, num
thritzetland mai lair, to , ago in Mao tonli pair.
b : Tv. 11. W 1 1 ,140,145 CU.
aa9 _ • Wand strwr emir or Thfrt.
frceop4 sad igtent DATE% /1410 ICY ELUTEB3
own pilaw Boore a aanTas
Lt .i,a11./Y-ISfglllllo44 akrit4cr
NOW:23 ,THE OWOE FOE -OAR'
ants IniißpTcsasp ripar-4.44
Tett - souquwer.;akaiitutiritte.
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