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1:DI7OE1 LXD FROPII2IOIII
OCT - :16, 1863
The Spirit of the Union.
The elections of Tuesday in Pennsylva
nia, Ohio, Indiana and laws, aid go to prove . i
that such doctrines as have recently been
taught by the loaders of the so-called Dem
ocratic party, will not be tolerated by any
portion of the people of the loyal States. By
Immense majorities they have been repudi
ated aad condemned; and the very audacity
of the leaders who pat them forth has only
had the effect of educing a sterner and
loftier patriotism, and of convincing loyal
men that their only safety—that the only
road to peace and a restoration of the
Union, lies in a line of policy more stern,
more radical, more uncompromising, than
any that has yet been adopted.
In 1862 the "Democracy" carried the
elections under false issues. They Preten d-
ed to be for a more vigorous prosecution of
the war—they sot themselves up as tire only
true Champions of the Union, (and time of
them have the impudence to do so yet,) and
under these and such like disguises, they
induced amajority of the voters to elect their
candidates in most of the States, particular
ly in New York and Pennsylvania. But
the election was hardly over before they
began to cry for peace, and by every de-
T:co they could invent, to embarrass the
Government in the prosecution of the war.
On this Issue, thinly disguised, they had the
temerity to go before the people, and we
have the result.
Maine and California—the farthest east
and the farthest west—were the first to
speak, and their voice was true to the Union.
to the Administration and fur the war, and
than in due time the great belt of States ,
stretching from the Delaware to the Mis
souri—the border States of the Korth--sent
forth their united voices in harmonious
thunder for "Liberty and Union, now and
forever, one and inseparable:' Since this
government was founded there has been
nothing so sublime—since this war began
Gine tag been no victory so decisive. With
out either extravagance or irreverence, in
view of the tremendous issues involved, we
may now say, "Vox Populi, vox Dei."
But what will this great popular triumph
do Air us? Much, very much. It places
the Government on solid ground. It is the
voice of the supreme power in the nation—
a voice at once of approbation and encour
agement; it is a command to press forward,
to take no backward step—to deal with 1
treason and with traitors as they deserve j
to be dealt with—to show no favor to that
accursed thing which has occasioned all our
trouble. ft is a call to our rulers to "trust 1 1
and not be afraid”—to trust in a righteous
Gad and IU an honest and patriotic peopk.,
v►'aile they \ 'strike more vigorous blows than
ever against the ferocious enemies of our
Union and its flag.
For a ti ewe shall hear of wars and ru
mors of w rs, of battles and sieges, of vic
tories and efeats, and the blood of many a
noble heart must yet be poured out; but let
not these things move us, "for the end is
not yet:* It is enough for the present to
know that the heart of the nation is sound,
and its energy unabated. The late elec
tions have made all this gloriously mani
Failure of the Three Hundred Pounder
It is a fact not generally known, and one
which should moderate a little our trans
ports over the new-found perfections of our
hitherto neglected rifled guns, that the
three hundred pouLder Parrotta have proved
a failure. The Gazette has, from time to
time, argued that, though far superior to the
monster smooth bores, the large sizes of
Parrott's guns were essentially defective ;
since the requisite strength for the charge
of powder they should have, could not be
obtained by the plan (which is all there is
of the Parrott gun,) of shrinking a wrought
iron band over the breech of a cast iron
gun; and that the only materials that would
be found capable of bearing the heavy strain
required to develop the full capacity of rifled
guns, were wrought iron or steel. That
lesson, too, since the late revolution in their
department, the ordnance officers have
Readers have doubtless noticed a recent
dispatch stating that tho gun which fired
Greek fire shells into Charleston, was a two
hundred pounder. Five of the Parrott rifled
three hundred poimders were sent to Gen.
Gillmore, and every one of them bursted—
all but one at the first trial! Of course
they could be fixed as the Dahlgren smooth
bores were so long, with half charges of
powder, but. the Parrott guns have no need
of such subterfuges. Up to 200-pounders
they have proved a success; it is no discre
dit to their plan that, beyond that size, the
strain is too great for a cast-iron barrel, no
twitter how heavily reinforced with a
a For the largetit calibres, it now seems as
if we would fall back oath° Ames' wrought
'iron on, or on Wiard's steel guns.— Wash
The Late Movements of Meade's Army
A Washington letter, dated October 18,
The sensation news, or rather rumors, of
yesterday turn out for the most part to be
fable. As for the retreat of the Army of the
Potomac, there is nothing in it. That army_
may be changing its position or may not be ;
if it Ls making any important changes they
were not dictated by General Loei•but by or
demi from headquarters here. .Tho popular
tame? yesterday -was that General Lee pad
attacked General Meado's army upon its right
dank, and, in consclueses, that Meade eel
compelled to retreat upon Washington after
some severe 10111161, ID cavalry skirmishes.
This rumor, or assertion—for it was said to be
true by a number of responsible persons—mos
fobs so almost every respect. The army car
tainly took up a now position behind the Rap
pahannock, but it was a movement which had
betel. 'protrided for two or three weeks. Gen
eral Lee did not drive Gomel Meade bark,
but the strategio movement was agreed upon
so long ago as wherieGodcmi Meade wes in
Wiahlugton—mare than a fortnight ago. Im
variant movements are executing by the Army
of the Potomac; General Leo perceived that
Old OD Sunday last. But ho does not yet
know the plans of General Meade for the
fu tese,,and probably few persons in Washing
-ton can penetrate them. It is sufficient to-day
to say .that the condition of the army is per
'featly satisfactory ; that it is not upon the de
fensive; that it invites an attack from th e
enemy rather than Books to avoid it.
A Cams Om. Dctwa rs Dtur..—A corres
pondent from the 13th Wisconsin, (now at
Steveneon digt,) writes as follows : "At
Pine Vict ories and Paimaki,'clotb fabrics are
prodieedi..end at the latter place we saw a
grestltitinsber of fair, - young faces, peering
.thie;fisetorjWitidows, as wo marehed by
with, a l gae lying, and the bands playing
.Way,:ddwn gonth, in the Land of Cotton, toe.
Onelennig, stoodot tbo gate in:frprit of
het .•tiotne etidentig 'not en..unintartnted.
slosstetor. A soldier. , pointed to thetas:lona
fing,tind . tsked tit how she liked it. nese- ,
o usdeorhat lathe ditg I lore, who Wonld'fest
aesth iightingundor:it& folds V An old:Wen'
s tanding hehint ler, under the porch; sank
into a chair and wept. passed on and'oball
n essr..kaose tear. ortbit old manor that,
beautiful Walden bet' tiler denbtiesi hitli
Itilltory that is troth knowing."
Origin or the Monroe Doetelne-4The
Visited States and ,Caba—arneidean
' • The Tan:many and Mosart:eamositteiremit
Good Faith. • •
. at Tammany Ball Monday afternoon, for the
-- no- Providence Journal prints: . a letter,' , purpose of hearing the report of the Sub-Cam- '•
ueyer before made public, from John Quincy mittees of both facticns who had been ap-
AIME to Rev. Dr. Charming, in which 'is con- pointed to arrange matters. There was con-.
siderable'excitement among the outside poli
tained a carious bit of secret history, showing ! ticians, in consequence of a report that the
the origin of what is called the "Monroe Doc. committee had failed to arrange a fall pro
trine:" It will be seen by this letter that un- ! gramme, and our reporter was 'informed by
der the most trying circumstances and the one of the espirants for office that there was
Ino chance whatever of their agreeing. They
severest temptations the American Govern- could get along very well so far t as this elee
ment acted with the most sincere good faith tien went, as there was nothing to be made
out of It, the trouble being to arrange the
towards a friendly power—Spain—and with
. spoils for the December election. The Mo
the most open and frank courtesy towards two I mere were afraid to ven t ure upon t h e war
ether powers, who were at the limo our rivals , platform of Tammany. After a brief session,
for the possession of Cuba. It will be seen, at three o'clock, the committee adjourned nn-
til five o'clock, when the following division of
too, that the agreement against European in- I the spoils was agreed upon, so far al3 oar re
tervention in American affairs, which after- porter could learn
wards took shape and was formally announced Assort to hoes Tammany to have
AS a policy by Mr. Monroe, in ono of his an- Su rrogate, Recorder,
nual messages—whence the name of " Mon- Supreme Court, Cortimon Pleas,
roe Doctrine "—had its origin in a suggestion Superior Court, Superior Court,
or proposition made by the British Govern- Marine Court. Supervisor.
Mozart is also to nominate nine Assembly
meat to our own ; so that Englishmen may
mon, and Tammany the remainder (eight).
claim 'ho credit 0! originating the celebrated No agreement has yet been made in regard to
" Monroe Doctrine." the Senatorial nominations. The Convention
Q•ciscv, August 11, 1837. adjourned until to-morrow, when they will
Rev. Wet. E. Bhanning, D. D., N ew p or t, D . probably make their nominations. It seems
My Dear Sir—* e s It was in Septem- definitely settled by both factions to unite
her, 1822, that the events to which I alluded upon Alderman Boole for Mayor at the De
ir my speech in the Home of Represents- I cumber election.—N. Y.' Tribune.
tiues of the 25th of, May. 1838, took place. It
was the time when the Spanish Government
of the Cortes sins overthrown by the French
invasion under the Duke D'Angouleme.
Great Britain became alarmed lest under the
shelter of that revolution the island of Cuba
should pass into the possession of Franco.
The French Government fabricatedor was im
posed upon by a report that the British Cabi
net had determined to send a squadron and
take possession of the Island. The people of
Havana, divided into parties between the Cor
tes and the King, were terrified by premonito
ry symptoms of negro insurrection and look
ing round for a protector. There was a party
for restoring to Great Britain, a party for ad
hering to Spain, and a party for seeking ad
mission to toe North American Union—the
last of which was the strongest. A proposi
tion was then made by a secret agent from
them to Mr. Monroe to this effect—that they,
by a popular movement, of the success of
which they had no doubt, would declare
the Island independent of Spain if the
Government of the United States would
promise them protection and admit them
Into their Union) under a State constitution,
on the model of -those of our Southern States,
and with the understanding that as the peu
lation of the Island should increase t hey
should be at liberty to divide themselves into
two States, and have that proportion of
representation in the Congress of the
United States. A. the inducement to the
American government to pledge their pro
tection, they were assured that tie alter
native would probably he the venal., of
the parry in the Bland for the colonial connec
tion with, Great Britain, and a recourse to
her for protection. While this preposition was
under consideration of Mr. Monroe and his
cabinet, the French minister at Washington,
by a verbal, irresponsible communication, not
to the Secretary of State, the only medium of
official intercourse between foreign ministers
and the Government of the United States, but
to Mr. Crawford, the Secretary of the Treas
ury, asseverated that the French government
had secret but positive information that the Brit
ish yorernineet had deliberatigy determined to
take possession bf Calm.
The answer of Mr. Monroe to the proposi
tion from the Havana was that the friendly re
lations existing between the United States and
Spain did not permit theni t to promise coun
tenance or protection to any insurrectional
-movement against her authority. Their ad
viti,e to the people of Cuba was to adhere, as
long es possible, to their allegiance to Spain
—that an attempt of either Great Britain or
Franc)) to occupy the island would present the
proposal from the Havana under a different
point of view, concerning which the President
was not authorized to pledge prospectively the
action of the United :states, but that the pee
pie of Havana might be assured of the deep
interest which, under all the circumstances
which might occur, the American government
would take in their welfare and their wishes,
"It was the opinion of at least one member
, of Mr. Monroe's administration that the oc
cupation of the Island of Cuba by Great Bri
tain should be resisted even at the cost of a
I war. Thei r unanimous opinion was that. a
very explicit though confidential communica
tion should be made to Mr. Canning, that the
United States could not see with indifference
the occupation of Cuba by any European
power other than Spain, and that rumors had
reached the American government that such
an intention was entertained by the British
cabinet, which made it necessary to ask en
explanation of their views.
Vt. Rush was instructed accordingly : Mr.
Canning disavowed emphatically,ull intention
on the part of Great Britain to (Rite possession
of the Island ; but avowed her determination
not to see with indifference its occupation,
either by France Ez by thb United States, and
he told Mr. Rush of the Flundron despatched
by Louis XVIU, to the Meet Indies, without
notifying him of the expedition, and of the
schooling he had ordered the British Ambas
sador at Paris to give the French Cabinet for
that sin of omission. Mr. Cunning than pro
posed that, by a memo/ enderstandiiej between
the British. French and American governments,
without any formai treaty or conomitioe, Otter
should be kit in the riot poem:doe of Spain,
without interference ea the government of she
Wand. This tree precisely the pailey which Mr.
Moor, beiicved to be best adapted to the
interest and the duties of the United
States, and he cheerfully assented to it.
Thera was no further communication be
tween him and the French government on the
subject. So for as France was concerned the
arrangement was left to be concerted between
her and Great Britain. The people of the
island of Cuba submitted to the government
o' Ferdinand, restored by the Duko d'Angun
leme, and received a Viceroy and Captain
General in the person of General Vives, who
had been minister from Spain to the United
States; one of the Most upright and honorable
men with whom Rhea ever been my rodent
to hold political stations. lie was precisely
the man to tranquilize and conciliate the sub
mission of the people of the island to their
old government, and he to effectually accom
plished that purpose that the government of
the United States heard nothing further of in
tended insurrection in Calm during the re
mainder of Mr. Monroe's administration and
the whole of mine.
"All these transactions were at the time
profoundly recret. e ° ° o • -
"I am, of course, your unalterabla friend,
"J. Q. ADAMS."
Going to Market.
A Washington letter to.the Boston Trarelfrr
"While nt the - Centre market this morning
I met Edwin M. Stanton doing his marketing
aftdr his usual habit. - Ho was selecting his
own butter, his meit, and so forth; .with as
much pallicnbirity is any man IntoWn. It
was about sunrise, and .1 have met him in
Jane ,in the market before sunrise. Some
people will regard this sCilfie trait in his char )
acter., , M. certainly shows - -that he , is not a
sleeWhead,-bilf no one evericeased him of
sleeping too 'ranch, that I ever heard of—the
charge formally has been tharhe does not sleep
enough. ...Before , Hr. Seward went into the
Cabinet ho always wished to do his own mar
keting in this market. To go hack further,
Daniel Webster, when, he lived in Washing
' ton, was' always in the habit of rising early
and going to market, to the horror of some of
his Southern friends, who committed such
work to a favorite slave."
Airorngn financial crisis baa overtaken the
Great Eistern. A report by the directors an
nounces that more capital must be obtained to
pay off existing trade debts, amounting to
over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars,
and for the maintenance of the ship, or the
company must be wound up. It it shown that
her earnings during the present searion have
been about one hundred thousand dollars less
than they would have been at the rates cor
rupt a year ago. ylorco competition in the
Nei Yotk steam trade baa produced this re
.INTEUN AL EEVI CE. --1110 result of the first
year's operation of the internal revenue act
in the third (Boston) district; •of ' Massachu
setts is as follows : Income -;"trii,',l3oo,o o o;
manufacturers' tax, Vi2s,llffillecisee,o62,.-
918; bank stamp and insurance tax 4320,000
—making a total Of EOM° $2,000,1:100. Ttie
oeipts for the Statelidll reacb;$10,000,000.
'Puma thozpumget oy theAteamer.'lciti'
,illoraphis from IfempbM bo_Cairo, tort wavy,
two three pound charges-12f ease shot wen.
Icand.lll. coid lox.. i5.114091,4 . 04.vAir?
'plicipd thong' by hiroudirtrter p.ivirttbr!,
. ~ ,~~,ssw r z >~r~
Tnn Spririgileld Repub/ican says that the
Provost 'Marshals in the various districts of
Massachusetts have received instructions from
Washington to use all their efforts to forward
enlistments for two months, and if at the end
of that time the quota of the State is unfilled,
to roceod at once with another draft.
ALBERT OPEN was recently discharged for
making false entities in the Quartermaster's
Department at Washington. His dismissal
reads thus—"A. Gunn discharged for making
o• FOURTH WARD ALLEGHENY
UNION LEAGUE meets THIS (Friday)
EVENING. Every member is requested to attond,
as business of importune° will bo before the mooting.
1;00 CITY BANK, l'lttaburgh, Oct. 15th, 180.
t.A._N ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of this Bank will be held at the
Banking Bowe on • /MONDAY, Nov. 10th, 1883, be.
tseen the hours of 11 a. In. and 5 p. to.
The annual meeting of Stockholders will be hold
on TUESDAY, Nov. 34, 18GS, at 11 o'clock a. to.
',I 6:lm J. MAGOFYIS, Cashier.
or Plrmaniton, Oct. 10th, ltan.
r i - AN ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS qf this Bank will be held at the
Banking House on MONDAY, *Feather 10th, be
tween the bouts of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY, Nor. 34, at 11 o'clock_
ocifc3tdel twF j JOI - IN HARPER, Cashier.
050 MANCYXCTTRYILII Bost,
Pltughurgh, Oct. 15th, 1863. f
THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
DIRECTORS will be held at the Banking
Boum, on MONDAY, the 16th day of November
text, between the hours of ten a. m. and two p. m.
I The annual metting of the Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY, the 3d day of November, at ten
o'clock n. m. JOHN SCOTT, Jr. Cashier.
iItCHANICO Baas.. Pittsburgh, Oct. 16th,. ,__
AN ELECTION FOR DIILEC'T.
otts of this Bank will ho held at the Batik.
Ing House, ou MONDAY, the 16th day of November,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. In. and 2 p. m.
The regular anneal meeting of Stockholders will
be held on kM DAY, Nov. 3d, at 10 o'clock m.
ocUrlre GEO. D. McOIIETY, Cashier.
61(111609 toot Or Yrrlltratift,
0rr.011.4 15th, 1663.
Frz - uTLIE ELECTION FOR DIRECT
-011.8 of this Bout will be held at the Boot
leg House uu MONDAY, November 16th, 18121, be
ovvvm the hours of eleven a. m. and 2p. so. The au
mud mooting of Stuckboldere will take place ou
TUESDAY, November 3d, at 11 . 55.
0c15.1m - B. M. MUT/11AT, Coakley.
Aihmanctr Baal, Oct. 14th, 1X63.
CAN ELECTION FOR DLRECI'-
‘---€.• 011.4 of this Bank rill be held et the Count
ing llouse on the 16th day of November next,
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. 2 oclock
p. ra• J. W. tVOK, Cashier.
The annual meeting of the Stockholdere rill be
held on the 3d day of November next, at 12 o'clock m.
Cwt.,. Bass, VitiTbursh, O. Dte, Lena.
Er.-a'AN ELECTION FOR TIIIItTEEN
DIRECTOIIS of tine Bank will be held st the
Benktng House on 31071 DAY, November 16th, et tm
o'clock k m.
The reguhur oumnal moot of Stockholders Win
be held on TUESDAY, Nov. 3d, at 11 o'clock .. m.
ocl5:14. :Ell. T. VAN DOREN, Soc'y
NOTICE •• • • 1863.
TO THE CITIZENS OF PIThOURGH AND VICINITY.
The underslowal would roppeethtlly ask
to tho proparation known as
HUN NEWELL'S UNIVERSAL INJUDII REMEDY
For all Throat wad Lang Complaint,
111'1:NEWELL'S TOLL; ANODYNE
The great Neuralgic, Rheumatic, lioad-ache, Tooth
oche, Lora of Sleep, suet General Nervous Remedy
Al. for the Pains in Monthly Itenstruattous* per
❑C NNEW ELL'S EVLECTIC PILLS
The 111.. at perfect form of Cetharic ever given to the
public, whip b never roqulro more than bre and sob
dons but oar for a Mew, act without the heat griping,
and ours Indigmition, Dyapotala, Monne" Liver
Oituplainte, Pike, \roma, and all dent/temente of
ctomach or bowel,
Tbf. ebove preparations, of such unbounded repu
tation in Now England, have the confidence of, and
are weal by, great number. of Physicians, and at
prices within '.ltch of nil, are worthy the attention
of invalid., who will find them a strict conformity to
nature In medicine. Without resorting to the com
mon method of columns of advertisin , ., I would culk
confidence to test them, which will be sacred.
30113: L. lItNNEWELL, Proprietor,
Practical Chemist, Boston, Stess.
For sale by all wholesale and retail dealers.
The greatest freedom of correspondence sollclied.
Deokeno of good references supplied on ccerunlstion.
For side In Pittstrergh at retail by J. M. Felton,
G. 11. Keyser, 31. D., Joseph
Mean. In Allegheny
City by Jas. Brown, 31. D., IV. J. ■ ndd Geo. A.
Kelly. B. A. FAHNESTOCH & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Pittsburgh.
'kW 34W I 11111 , IV ktiPl A, g" - if IRA
PINE APPLE CHEESE, very choice;
also Imitation English Cheese, just rocelreel and
fur sale et the Family Grocery Store of
onls JOHN A. RENS
Of all kinds, at the
Masonic Mali .auction House
WAREHOUSE FOR SALE.—A three
dory Brick Warehome and lot of ground on
emittiftold 'treat, botcroon Tint and Witter Weds.
ocl4 ft. CUTHBERT t BOBS, 61 Market St.
pou'rrEn! FRFsH,BUTTKR.-3 bblL
prime &rah 801 l Butter Just soothed and for
Bale atNo. 126 dooond drool.
ocl4 PRANK VAN CORDER.
lillaG.-10,000 feet of
Pliant Illyst o,k Tanned Leather Belting.
A 1.... Lase Leather, Insets, Le., always on hand and
for solo at Nos. 2f, and tS St. Clair greet by
, 0c1.4 l. a H. pium,ft.s.,
ALOSE—Broke away from .
f anawraw, inlelpieny City,
on Monday evening,' valuable COMB OLD BA
LAMB. liberal reward will bo siren for infortna
lion that will lead to lie recovery
TURKEY PRUNES, very line,just re
calved ; also, Bonlerois Prunes, In glass Isis,
for sale by tbo pound or at wholesale at the Family
Grocery Wore of JOHN A. ItENSHANY,
ocl6 Corner Liberty mad Rend streets.
UEIC3IETICALLY SEALED FRUIT.
lA. —us &ton eff(111 fresh Peaches, Pino Apple,
Strawberries, Pew, Tomatoes Green Cara, Lima
Scans, Okoa, Succotash and Japarldtras, Ju st rewir
ed and for at by the down or at maid,
JOILN A. BENS lAW,
ocL Comer LiWrly and Nand streets.
I: 4 STRAY.--Came to the premises of
the saacrlber, Jaeoph -.treat; East Birming
ham, a RED COLORED BULL CALF. Any per..
basing lost thoname, will eomo : pr o (01 - Ward te proP
erty, pay charges and take It away, or t toe lipid
according to law.
To FLINT.GLASS MOWERS.
12 good CHIMNEY MAKERS,
Also, 12,g00d CRIMNE'Y BLOWERS.
To goods sober workmen, of the above ob oe,;ere
Wi ,A.prdj , i t i o t" Vilt.Vil T.Ol . LENDER CO.
Cor.Oxfard and Upward e i gr ' tobg, Pblle a delpths.
T..ETTERS 'rESTAKENTABX oa tho
IA estate of Lillie A. Fletcher, late of Flttehtirlibi,
hatlecbrent granted tn the undendgried, all pinata
haring deltas agatrist mid estate are' rerinmied -16
foment them, duly auttomtlimtod, and all Who
. indeMed ato required to make payment to
JACOB H. WALTER, Excel:dor,
oriGiborilder . 20 Centre 'Awn tie.
A,oTakac RICHMOND AN THE
. nirLD:—Vi• 4. now-prepared to furnish Cao ,
taloa wad mostera of Steamboats with BMX EN
otsgs, of, say .Id.se and *trots. Me will thrutsh $ i
ruart#fftor blot; arid /wound la polot• of
whines SO 'hoc IYo Nib*, b our proroPhou in
roman trp tosa the quality of our uto, tp to,
share the tqttormitot our own rlvermen.
eel 2 Dank of Allegheny BIM.
04 , ainrsialskanr-ri*
ei.!atlFA DE IVISITS•
CASTES DE WRITE!
CARERS DE VISITE 1
5,000 JUST RECEIVED AT
OPPOSITE THE POST OTPICE.
THIRD FALL STOCK OF
, 1 _,_", 1;
Among other. sphmdld STUNWAY I 4
PIANOS, the beet Plano. In the world.
OALENBEEO'S N. Y. PIANOS, the beet Pianos
al ate price In the country.
PEA LE d CO.'S N. T. PAINOS, the choweet Nonce
to be had anywhere . .
11. SIEBER A BRO., No. SS Fifth Wee ,,
oob Salo Lgente for the Plena.
A1.81 , 31S I
A large &wet:neat at
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICF.
Paorom 51xsouux's Orncx, 72a Dter,
No. 95 Fottrth Street,
Pittsburgh, Pe., Oot. 15, 1853.
EXEMPTED FROM DRAFT.—In ac
cordance with orders I pablith the following
list of persons exempted from draft by tho Board of
Enrollment in this District to this date, with the
reasons of their exemption:
By Reuss n of Hating Furnished an stscsrstaid. 5.60440,
Name. Uenidenee. Substituto.
Thoa. Anglo Eighth Ward, Wm. Tobin,
John Adana:, Lower St. Clair, Oinn:Mb Si mule.
Paid Titres Ihonined &Zara for the Procuration of a
Cl l l=2l
William a. Armor, Sixth Ward.
Samuel R. Thmupson„ Emit litrMlugharuidierlo
J. lISTIOS POSTER.,
ocl6 Captain and Prov.st Marshal, 22d Dl.t. Pa
SHOES I SHOES I SHOES I SHOES!
01:318 ! GUMS GUMS arils!
McClelland's Auction House,
55 FITT!' STREET
All Mnoa and prima, M the Manntnctory
OPPOSITE TEE POST OFFICE
NEW STOCK AND NEwEwr
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Druggets,
SIUDES, &e., at
No. 87 FOURTH STREET
A vary large aasortment of all pa.. in .r
bwaghi at Cho lowest point reached is the Esau.
!Jackal tklis mown, and touch reduced from hut tea
W. D. h R. MceA LLC
JOHN HALL dc Co., —
VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS
Manufacturer. and dealers in an the different kinds
of PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, SCOOPS, CUT
TING BOXES. Sc. With greatly Increased facili
ties for doing busints., are earnestly invite dealers to
to • call. Mannfactory, Temperancevilla.
Warehouse, Owns alley alul
JOHN HALL Liberty St., Pittab'gh.
T. J. HALL,
JAS. J. BROWN.
jjY of swit.E FOR SALE, in
J-7 a flourishing Western town on th e P. Y. 14". a
C. It. It., not over 310 miler from Pittsburgh, now
doing a large end profitable trade. The stock
new, and hoe boon ealectod with reference to the
country trade. u.aan boon pardoned for crab at
lowa otegket prince.
The per of proprietor has decided to retire from
the trade owing to bad health, and now rduetaraly
offer. the stock for ludo ; also the good will of the re
tiring party. The house has a large and reepectable
trade, which can be retained. The present stork
will invoice front seven to ton thousand dollars, but
mold be reduced 11 dothed.
Pardee addling to know the particulars will Omer
addres or call personally on
LYDAY • CIIORVENNING,
mthaf GU hood Onset. Pittstuargh, Pa.
EN CAtTLE AND BEAVER V 2117-
LEY RAILROAD.—On and after DIONDAY,
tha 6th Mat.. (and until fuither notice) trains on the
N. C. it B. V. R. B. will cotuteut at Ilornswood Eta.
lion with the mall train on the P.. F. W.& C. E. W.,
leaving Pittsburgh at 7. m. Also, with the Cred
ible hocommodatkm, learingPittaburgb at 200 p. m.
Through tickets for New Castle, Sharon, Mercer.
Franklin and Oil City, can be procured at the Ticket
oillca of thi Pittsburgh, Fort Warns A Chicago Nall
way Company, In Pittsburgh..
W3l. D.DICKSON, Paatogipr Agent.
New Cutlo, Pa., Oct. 5, 1863. ocfraw
MANHOOD I 110 W LOST I • 110 W
lISSTOMED!..-Jrun published, in a scaled en
velope. Price Six Cents. A Lecture on the Nature,
Treatment and Bodice Cure of Spnematorrtmea, or
denalmil Weakness, Involunuuy &anal
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally)
Nerromnsse, Consumption, Epilepsy arid Pits ; Men
tal and Phyeleal Incapulty, resulting from Self-
Abuee, to., by Rom J. Onteriterstr.. 31. D., author
of the "Omen Book, Ae. Boon to Thousand. of
Suffer:we," sent wader seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of six centa or too
pc tne stamps, by DB. 011. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, New York, Post 0111 co Bus 4306. •
NLNE PENNY SONG BOOKS!
Containing 108 of the lent and most
ALL FOR NINE! CIECITS--ONE CENT - EACH.
past-paid, on receipt of taro S cent stamps.
Addrest all orlon, to In are prompt attention, to
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
mil MASONIC MILL, FIFTH STREET._
mi styles, yews, size• and qualities.
The Cheapest and Best in the City,
MASONIOITIALL, TITER STREET.
WARGO'S MARBLE WORKS,
835 LThERTY enarr,
• beentlfal and varied ismortment of
Monuments and Grave Stones.
PLASTER PAXLS, ROSL7tiPALS. AND JOHNS-
$llO P 3 PNTY: -
Colored &Milli - Warded,
• NO. WOOD , •
Yor ibe-ZIGHTII REOTMENTAL S.' COLORED
TROOPS, which la now farming at Camp William
Penni , twar Thiladelpbta, Pa. Pa', Clothing and
Rations the mium ai whits.
Transportationwlll , betorntabed upon application
to the undottlipeact, to quads Orman ot any, number.
Capt. T. H. BM.L.ESS.
odd,' , - RECRAITOO CE/IL
TEETH" - EXTRACT " - WIT OUT ,1
PAIL4—We lake this method of informing o o nr w
friends and the pubic genengy . M a wa rr a7 p L x.
prepared Co EITBACT. ZEST
in the practice of Dentfistrp
postpaid:og Ws - ranch &Wed uPt2„,i
adds Aber leap end tillb d 4L.Vdrebe -
we he re Innis bie been thonan buto .
put Our gear% fully establath end pain.
lees character of thenparattoti: o Drags or U...ketal
cala nor Glidnuddllattary used.' • Alt , theas
the anima of • • good and reliable reU4ble i De¢tiat will do
well to cp..)int,Sodeall with ••D g
— .TOM P. • D.
or, Di. C. st
ELECTION RETURNS .
Hoc the Ladles have'Voted.
We are enabled, through our "special," toglye the
public, evert at this early date, the result of the
Ladle.' vote on a very important question, a roeolt,
too, while showing the soundnose of their Judgment,
speaks loader than words for the popularity of the
WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINE.
The throe leading Sewing 'Machlee Companies In tho
country are tho "Wheeler & Wilson,•' "Singer &
C 0.," and " Grover & Baker," and their sake for the
quarter ending Juno 10, which we subjoin, allow
how tho ladles voted
Whinier .4 Wilson
Eliager .4 C0...... _.
Grover it Baker—.
Showing that the Wheeler & Wilson Company sold,
during the quarter named, nearly double the amount
made by either of the others.
Over 121,000 of these 3fachines have been sold, and
the demand for them is mate than ever. This
should be regarded ea a test by those who desire to
buy the BEST II'AMILY SEWING MACHINE.
u6`O®w, 27 FIFTH STREET, Pittaburgb
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
STEIN, COLLARS I
EATON, MACRUM & CO.,
N., 17 AND 19 FIFTH STREET, PlrinertaH, PA.,
Atkintion'e Steel Collarifeblcittgo,
Enrill4litlrite, baling the sppeannatiallxosi
YoNa ii = , "Fir military men arArtrieryfitgy
RSTAIL PRICER Or STEIL COLLARS AID CIMS
Clont's Standing Collars .51 Welch.
" Turnover " 100
Ladles' Narrow Collars 1 00 each.
Out, 160 per pair.
Soot by post on reoeipt of FL 16.
Steel Coles re-enamelled for 25 cents ; or we will
exchange a NEW COLLAN•for so OLD ONE, pro
viding it le not broke or bent, for 25 cents.
The trade .applied st the hew York Agent's price.
For price list address
EATON, BIACILUM & CO.,
oel:tf Pittsburgh, Ps.
New Style De Laines
TABLE LINENS, CRASH
CASSIMEREk3 & C1,0"/"1,1t3
BOOTS AND SHOES
A large stock or the alsswe Just received at
No. GS FIFTH STREET
SKCOND-I - lAND PIANOS. --: -
- • •
A 6 octave, rosewood case, round car.
nem Iron frame. • very good looking Instrument,
made by Chlckering ---3160 00
A 6 octave, mahogany case, dotal corners,
made by Chickaring. A good Piano. that
will wear well . . .
A 6 octave, mahogany case, Keane corners,
made by Gilbert— ........... ..... ...... .._..... 130 00
A 6 octave, mahogany case, square cornets,
trade by Loud di Bro po 00
A 0 octave, mahogany cam, pears centers,
made by Chickoring /0 00
A 6 octave, walnut cam, round corners, Gar
man make.......... ._...._.......
A 6 octave, walnut case, German.
FOR SALE UT
CHAS. C: MHLLOH 81 Wood
MEW PIANOS from 622.5 W 15.500.
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves,
And all kind. of fitting, for Water, Oa, and Strata.
AGITATORS AND TANIS FOR OIL REFTME
RIES, lined with lead by a new procno.
Roo. IPS FORTH STREET.
UIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER
—Bead the following notice from the New York
" T.bo /Weasel Clothes Wriecter.—lt is adapted for
use everywhere and for everything that Is washed,
from the most delicate fabric to the thick bed-quilt.
It is. decided • Institution.' We hays stored in
ferent apartment. any number and variety of wash
ing machines, eseelear, because 'Bridget always does
the wsshing, and Bridget will Not nee ' the Like of
them.' We bad seen enough-of the 'Wringer' to
know it was an excellent article, and we took it
home, and alien Monday came we brought out the
'Wringer' and, fastened It en the side of the tub, for
nee. Bridget looked on, and when we had adjusted
and exhibited its working proem, we remind the
Important advice You'd better sews your money,
than lay it out on etch things a. thiim.' We obtain
ed the promise,-howerrer, that It should be tried, and
when we inquired at evening for the result, Bridget
was to eaitacy with the ' Wringer,' and every week
has given It a stronger hold upon the affections of
the inmates of the laundry."
For rate at Noe. ill and St. Clair street, by
J. k PHILLIPS, -
orls Bole Agents for this county.
CORNER PIPTH AND Ili&IIKET MELTS,
24 and ad stories, area Richardson', Amnia; Stare,
(it omY rizo sad style, plan or colonel, Into tke
molar Oatto de Visite to Cabinet and life KW
Mr. PUEYIANCE waald Partici:laxly call the at
eutlau of lb, AGED AND 119111111, to the ears lib
cessibgitz of Ulla WILIAM:nent, being raseloll by •
eingleabort' titesbt tt stairs. Rita matelot*, and
11Q) OSMAN 'PEBBLE . SPECTACLES.AA) tfirtwittut6uldiriii the attacks of leek=
epectacta Vendate, who upiro to the 'name Of 00:
RUSSIAN PEMILE , SPECTACtiI,
Are receiving daily the varmint endorsements of our
citizen. All that is "eked Is M esamine,all other
Spectacle ; then call and amantner the 10188111*.
FEMME ones. For wale by '
J. DIAMOND, Pri!Ctlcal Optician,
Manufacturer of the Bunten Pebble Sgentaikl,`
juin 33 Filth street, Morntog Part Batunim
pottYr4l47l,l,l a 41511, BRASS - yl.t)it*S
VOLLINB & WRIGHT,
03. c. N
to Orin ewton.)
Moutifseturers of CASTOR FICANIAL NINA CUM
LADVER, sad • great TOXIC* .
articles. Also, CARBON OIL LAMP
and LAMP BRASSES geoutrally, No. 139 Petted.
meet, Pittsburgh. -
pit 'TILF, , FALI, 01? 1863,
Extra Aria - 2, 3, 4 and altars ald-includlng all the.
„aid leading varlettra,,and many now
A Velyjine Ida& at PEAR, (standard and
dira i ril s oHEßUY; PEACH; PIXEL EMEREK I C,
MUD AND ORNAMENTAL " . TREEE4 4- '10:1NEIV
GRAPE TIMM, -innuntar-- GIIEZIWOUBE
• PLANTS, Ac., dn., whaled," and retall.avvary
imulb l4 PSI .% • JOHN. MURDOEH: Jr.. " ,
I:n7lsffiNiLL PURCHAS Ji V slix
.14NIBABLE .TWD, t3TORT.Imacw.,
15W.E14444a of - night roam, Antslard,attle,„:l4lL. :
. Lot 2.; Oy 01 Doti now occupied
bt - Antnony • Wesel ai a Ilreshap, In4nr( Ittak.
Palu s ulbratili Manus. Apply to •
O. 13. DATES, ~ mralal Broker,
Butler strsat, Lemmata/.
WB RATE Now' Q . ,LENED AN EX-
Navy - Goods I
Very many articlea re tun enabled, to sell, below
the regnlar market torlete.• Our WOOLEN' GOODS
comprise, among °tilers,
KNIT JACKETS, the cheapest in the city.
Ladies' Knit Skirts, Under(larments.
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, BRAIDS MID Rlronor
DEIPS ill ♦ery extesilve amYcompleto.
Bole Ag.a. for
200;( *0 APPLE, TRES,'
TENSITH STOCK OP
600 DOZ. OP BOSTON RIBBED Hon;
200 " SOCKS ;
Double heels, the best la the market fur service.
HOODS, of various kind&
Our stock of BONEFFN ataBONS. TEVVEr
AIM, 1., new invoke or
500 BALMORAL SKIRTS.
poo PCS. Sill r etiNiA & PARIS Tl.lllolplo.
SUSPENDERS, NECKTIES, he
Our friends and the public generally are invited t•
give us a cell
car WHOLESALE ROOM UP STAIRS.
MACRUM & CLYDE,
78 MARKET STREET.
JUST OPENED OPEN ED
A new and splendid swortmout of
Embracing the following popular stylw
PARISIAN CROWN NETS,
PLALti AND FANCY HELD NETS
BILK CORD NETS
BIIAID AND TUE TIME BRAID NETS
Also, s now lot of
Millinery, gas, Velvets, Trimmings,
Now open and for sole upon our =Wit leans—Abdo-
rat* prices In GABLE.
EATON, MAIDRI3III &
tio. 17 Fifth Street
J. W. BARKER & Ca's
59 MARKET ST.,
IS I L ^lirt.. PEI,
CLOAKS AND DRESS GOODS,
Incomparably the LARGEST STOCK, the CREST
EST VARIETY, and the.
Itrez .blblted ht this city
LESS THAN MIMI PRICES
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS.
GEM. D.ED At BLUE TWILLED ' . •
SCARLET,BLIZTE, GRIM PINK and ORANGE
BOW and GEM'S Cd.8.41.31E8ES k CLOTHS
~na.n,u.®Rm , ~u+
J. 81. BURCHFIELD'S
N. E. COIL FOURTH .4 RABIC= STS
We are now opening onS of the largest assortments of
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Together with a carefully selected stock of
9 3EI .a.
we are manulhetaring hum the latest atl,
mod &mixable Eastern patterns,
Leraser, musts , AND criumnEws
Of ami lOW and at estn7 peas, ht different cols
Thaw to want of huh wol tanda:rmo good■ will do
well to call at
Na 21 FIFTH STREET
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.,
- • Invite ett!)attentlert! of bum
To THEM' ITN3URPASSED STOCK ott
MILLINERY GOODS I
ishinhqds, • ;
LINEN NAND KER CHIEFS.
' , TARNS, •I
BEADS r : •
NOTIONS ANDIPANUT GOODS
Which they otter en the most latent& terms
Nos. TT AND 7D. MAIUCICT. STNEET
Mr °Mims neap trolly •
«u, , • ,
TALL GOO 'SI'
. 2- 'B4l6i:dyed ar
LANE', .XliAltioit Vo.ls
No. 110 YBDSSAL BTBEET, Allegh•al•
11:4.4 1 271, 1 . 1 •
TY 4 , tnefizi *di iida. :to sell
ear Bsera4 - I,:oilesgal,,Bussr6sall Oddest':
- *,04 sad '4arloas Istitals% ...flOskaisettl •
ales s iddrss.
' sedtßadawle WAN* ift.o4lllddidbrd, Ms:
TANTEU—Ar, 'Pater rlttnis Boor_
MIME; adolirrisitisai f eu a lli aoM>fdge;
sad esa cam well rsdardasadst '
Models% BOX Mi. ran Oinah 5.220
Persons if sedentary habits. tumbled with weak
new, lassitude, calpitatiori of the haat, lack of ap
petite. distress after eating. torpid ltier;txtustipit
tiou, dc.. downy to sulfa if they will not try tha
Which are now recommended by the blab., maid
authorities, and warranted to proluor an istarediere
benellcial effect. They .are exceedingly sigremble,
perfectly pure, and must imperaide all other toilet
whore • healthy, gentle idlinniant is required.
They purity, strengthen and invigorate.. '
They create a healthy appetite.
They are en antidote to clump of water and diet.
They macaw effects of dissipation and lids bras.
They strengthen the system and'enileca the nthid.
They present miasmatic and interusittesit Deem
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Censtiparkm.
They cure diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Marta&
The} atre-LbrirrComplshit and Nervous Headache.
They make the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
and sra extricated nature's great restorer. They ars
composed of the colebndod hake
green, sessafres, note and herbs. all Prllled
perfectly pane St. Croix Run. Tor particulars; see
circulars and tesUmontals aroundeach bottle.
Beware of Importers. Examine every bottle. See
that it here D 43. Barnes' signature au our priests U.
S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation eile l * 4 o.
our firm signature on a Line steel plate edtgrir4. l 4
ame iaba . Sr. that our bottle la not ' reffliederiqr
spurious and &kWh= stuff. We
to match the tame or cberacteref eryr 'goods. Any
parson pretending to wit Plantation Bitters by the
gallon or to bulk, Is en importer. We 'GU cady
our log cabin bottle. Any parson imitating this
bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether
celled Plantation Bitters or not, le a criminal wider
the U. S. Law, and will be so prosecuted by es. We
already have oar eye on two parties rrielliUng oar
bottles, Sc., who will succeed to getting thingweleWs
Into oboe quarters. The demand tbr lyalo4-11.,nf
ration Bitters from ladies, elergymenolderchmsta,
Se., is perfectly Incredible. The trial of a
bottle is the evidence we present of they worth as
superiority. They aro sold by all reepitersithe drag-
glob, grocers, physicians, hotels, steamboats and
P. 11. DRA.E2 &A 3.,
202 Broadway, N. Y
0411LAIEWS GENUINE MT.
TEEM km oda wholanda and Wail, by
Corner Smithfield and Fourth streaU 7
IALAusAC2I: 3 I/ 9 DT
B. S M. JioLLMAN, Gen.a.44
(Porously Earket rk Cb., afrixas.)
The only Vinegar awarded with a Prize 70414.50
txty exhibitors et the Internatlonal
London. Sur We by
F. M. BOLLIMULto
Dr. Ludlum's Specific
Is the only reliable remedy kr diseases of 1.10 arp,
of generation. It 11 the Illsoorat7 of on 410 21 #
Physician whom Itfo was &WOW to the troatilt,td;of
thlislasis of-diseases, and with unprocedetitial
CeISS, fur more than twenty yearn It t. perfortlantw
Itself, roqulrlng no Walton', and &Men! eittlinly
from the rolstaken'procilce end the natnennisinntil-
len compounds °Elated to the public.' It Is enbErily
replants and porfactlynaltlti:** 3 Bite
and imparts stranignaiirAkliAlia diseassi:,
.o.rnox.—Ths groat Atmore
tinting permanent cam billed JO Its being tscatibtd
b 7 unprincipled man. 01om, thatettoo, that it'd.,
Ignatius oleo proprietor >r aroomi each box.
ether Is genuine. Prepared only by
WIE. P. DAVIDSON, \
sou. Proprktor, anctoilati;O:
Bold by all Draipo6. Price. 51 per bal.
bar For Ws at wholeals by B. A. WAInnZT9S.*
/ADDABLE DISEASE. ••
A CARD-TO CONSII.IIPTIVIe
The undaraignadhating been motored to health to
• few weeks by a very simple remedy, ate Darin
suffered several years with severe lung itllbethcb,
and that dread dimmer, th.ezoloPikel -41 OtOd M to
make known to Ws follow adorers the mans creme.
To all who desire it, be will wend • copy nt tlr
preemiption um!, (tree of than%) with the dim.
lion. for preparing and ming the same, which they
will And • awe eve for CONSUMPTION, ASINLINS.
Bsosauns, corosit. COLDS, ac.72#. 033 4,
object of the advertiser in - pending the IrmeerlPOOV
is to benefit the afflicted, and epread litttnEattP,,
which be commtves to be Invaluable: and lesvhopM
every sufferer will try his remedy, is it will :mg:
them nothing, and may proms, bhming.
Partied will/king the preemiptionwiii pima, saireal,
EXT. "EDWARD A. WILSON,
Wfillastablugh, Kings wino: NetrYttitj
Inc =QM 1011111101 re
0110BINEI0N, & CO., (1111 a.
emote to Basuuung, Mom A MassAs,) maim:
TON WoBSll.lkorasrA MAcimos, Ilitotoogy -
Konatacturoro of BOAT AND SLATIONAK
STEAK ENGINES, - BLAST MOMS, WEL
MACH:MERE, GEARING. SHATTESIL CAST .
ma.% of all dascriptions ; OIL TANKS k STILLS,
BOILER AND MEET IRON.ROBK.•
Agent' too GIIIPARD'S PATENT INSECTOS,
yrrini corossmon,AND . EP,
•PERIINCE or Art; rervArain TOP IO 4 ,
LJr, isinett unto•windniatiol c — ollonln young;
men who sofa tram NOMOOn Vital:7;l'mM**
_Dom Manhcoi,MMouppl3inost tbn mon thuw.i
to mom of NV arra. By ono WWI hiu ticios fmtell
after Wag put to greet impottlijuid INmi theMulli
Mlia ctsabig end pMehery,.
By,enciodnis th4lo _
eaphii m 0 be bad of the ntgesw,..: , • , • .
NATHANIEL MAYltAllt, Esq..
Jegs .$ OR COPPER
MILL d exsinsci wow 3, prnalpor„
Itannfootaxors of EOLEATBINO, AND:
BOLT COPPEB4 - PILBSSED COPP= BOTTOIA
WHIM STILL' BOTTOM: gerroz. soma.
Al" impute= and aesloot, to lIELTAI4
PrATE;frairsr nos, wno. Ccoqa.nitr
bOop,,TOUSlntlf 3fACIILM ABBTO
Warehouse, No. ItO FIB= god 120 SECOND sn.,
Pulaburgb, Pa r ' •
Epode,' orders of Copper 0;* i0 . 0f4
1040E3 COC : 0 : • • • 3 : 71 ., .•
ataciftent` of 'IRON iIIIVERVIDAN
VAULTS AND. VAIILT MEd, WINDOW: war.,
=as, WINDOW' GILOae, NM 91 UMW
and ks Tana? szazzr. tiet WOodltnd Xarket.,
Hero ontu»d &variety or um Pattamhbars id
plain, zultatWor all palpres. r
Patients; ifienticaisid to enell t a . fug Gran Letts.
Jobbing dime st iiart mit**. " • irlo
1111 SP—N. HOLMES & BONO, DicassA
zg FOREIGN AND DO3iESTIO DIA
FICWOR, CEERTMGATES 'Or DUO=
BANS NOM AND ETECID, No. err 1i .
silarr,Pittinaistkirs: — - .1 '
gar collection.. muter on all ass pinch* OW .
thuroghant llatt ad
1041:13NRY H. 00
#0.40 cOittitAos smaclaaama
;riicapak. dealer In CGEEPE, Brzirs. exPl%
arlia..ke jo4dro - coViiirgily, No. so WOOD et;