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ZDITOIIII AND noriarroas
Peace - Remedies.-In Chancery.
We have , remarked, upon s former occa
sion, that alter disfranchising the soldiers,
the next step in the JiZeiplirignpvie of
the Copperheads, to be carried ()lathy tioiri
pettifogging judges, was to drain away the
, _ .•
life 'of the army, by means of the habeas
eorpus, and to prevent. the Government from
rearnitiag its thirtned - ranlut, by atria-
Pau-Om—the Chief Jtietioe applying the
lancet here, while Woonstaan, with the
whet) Banhedrim at hie back,.was to lend
a !Riad . in the bigger operation of cutting
Clir readers are aware that the Chief
Justice. who had entered upon his task
as total relish as if he had just sat down
to a plate of. Philadelphift, terr apin,, has
recently delivered himiar,.after-vpainfui
gestation of three weeks, of several heavy
collies= of twaddle, asserting hie jorisdio:.
filmic:me? the lederalofficers—and was pro
' paring to finish up hisseparate share of the
job; when ho suddenly found his locks
shorn, mod the minatory ferule wrested
refinently from his pedagegieltieds, by the
Proclamation of the President, commanding
Win to suspend, forthwith, his pions labors
In t ibat direction. How heloOked--this little
Jripiter of thelitate—when the descending
hot smote and withered his sacrilegious
' ;.) are, he reached it forthlothe ark °pour
s i - 1 1 es, is not ypterritten in thechronicles
es .Report said that he adjourned
work until after the election, and incon-
tinently sought refngein his Olympian soli
tudes beyond the Allegheny, which, " like
I 4 look o'er Troy," to drown his sorrows
in' s chapter of Zimmerman or Boethius.
,!Seotehed but not killed," however, he
turns up once more in the grand conclave
Of'dignitaries assembled by his order in
Philadelphia; to hear and decide upon the
novel and ingenious question of heading off
thenational authorities, and ending the war
by the pacific remedy of an injunction t
Wow else was it to be stopped? The "trial
by' battle" had gone out about the time the
lawyers came in, and was withal too strong
a : remedy for the nerves of- a Copperhead
Itidge. It was Clear that the "lia'portl, of
ctipperes" had failed in efficacy, and was
but "a dead cock in the pit." But was
there nothing else in the armory of the
pleadly? Yes! if the law had failed, why
not bring "old Abe" into Chemistry? Once
there, there would be no escape, for him. In
the inuguage 'flf the ring,it is as dead a case
with the nuts whose head is in chancery, as
it is generally supposed to be,with the man
Whosel. estate has found its way into the
lime unhappy limbo of vanities. Brilliant
end happy idea! "Put him in chancerY,"
bacame the general cry of the Copperheads,
bpd forthwith a pursuivant, armed with the
dread summons of th'e redoubtable Chief
Justice, and his associates, challe4es "old
Abe" to come forward, and do battle at
Judge Lowers's bar.
Well, the august synod meets in awful
state, at No. 5, in , the. old building on,chest:
nut street - the Chleejustice - in reverend
Sable, with the whitest of all possible neck
chokers, and lookinkfor all the world, as if
wisdom would die with him. The place is
not a very enneptuoni or weteighthave
borrowed, for illustration, an earlier (mem
hinge in Pande,monitun--where
High on a throne of royal state, which far
Ontahone the wealtk of Opens or of Ind, •
Or erheithiskorgeons East-with richest hand
Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold,
Satan exalted sat,
But no matter for the poetry. The lists
are duly set 'out. The :herald sounds the
trumpet, and four doughty Knights, endued
in copper hilinets, with green bags, full of
devices which knight-emu:armorer knew,
and • attended by a score Of trusty ciaires,'
trot out into the arena with visors :up—
waving their pennons—end ready to prove .
their valor upon the body of Old Abe. Expec
tation is on tiptoo,lintold Abe does not come.
A messengeris dispatched forthwith to notify
his apparitors that allis ready, and Lowrie
'and Woodward waiting- 'The Inizseimeire
turnswith information Oldibe"cadtcon4.'
that the apparitors are out of tow; and that
theyntay wait aithbOhroageti. ,The ta,
ries arena-plussed. it will nottlo, however;
to.take Jjudgment by default. That would
Mar'the ceremonies, and as the spectators
•, , •*ust at letuitSbc gnllified, it is "ordered and
decreed" that tirto of the knights
:. in attend
mace shall run atilt for the amusement/Md.
edification of the expectant copperheads
..Thg. f set,their - linces in rest, -accordingly,
and Spur &lc coursers pier the 'are* std.'
ling the 'air with lusty,:mirderoni Wrsts,'
' the 'lvo-long day. Pit -and galleries come
down with thunders of appbutsit. In .pon
• demotion" t.l*--..ended; chisses. -. . The y PM
vied emunplormretite to robed' themselves,
alter ; the savage'-'tiMiney. - , the Chief
tit:, iitifen* - 1 4 0ci f pronoutices amuse- I
; • ntentse,t an in : Cnd,and promises to adjodgel
itlte rewardini ibividiyi and distribititoi
limns ellerennamting • with' NI.
and taking lime to advisC
•tlois the curtift,4lo.l(iiufdiii ntaetere of
•"•,. the sporti r aktditltomsttobiorytheir chagrin
aidiTtO;Tidritial -refiiitioniAAndt sole feel.
election is over, awl TiOWItIE is hors du
combat, and ;WOODWARD hiMself uniterseA'''.
with- Ms plumes drooping, and his ban- •
Inor, dragging...ln the mire. Oror
* with his trusty Pentutyynnia yeomen—not
omen in•Mmitrant, l lr witlrgn e n begs either
—but. inhorinit.PLiitceingitte.--luss stolen
•.marsh ouilkem,,takeu thekelbetd4
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they . ifuoids?,4 , ' Has LoWninlno:Taithisn
woo esktie can mid fiiieleitis his shonl
: dem as he )SeeTe ,the sheets or the Peep)
on his retie** heelif • His WOODIVLED
no manheot thitheolsiutathinkOnidijoixi'
getheilng himself up, Oa, olidstrl
ing intolhe addle agile ? Why not - folio 6+
• his chief into retirement upon inch ' en in=
sitatkin Wheel=we teilft again= -
when Willhoresjanf.;:::..; •
Ii am saittage, ttke , ntir Vorernorof ?Ver.,
nioni:Ofoir; I; a: scam, o s is
In ail' itsiottankAt ^amooot of
sl,lsB44ol;being laceii 0, .r
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it Rebel Standwda. , 1
pikfollowing isitiwkalbrai4l highly-6i;
nifidant.iiiiictikipeits into AtlaitB,(l,lli.
Chattanooga) Rebel, of the 9th instant. It
will be seen that it takes a gloomy TIOW of
the situation, and admits that General
IldsicciCsies obtained and holds the prise for
which he crossed the Tennessee,—and no "
:=OCT. 19, 1863
only so, but it very plainly intimates that
he will continue to held it, and Ant as a re
sult, even if llosticasns should not strike 5
blow, Mud() will be compelled to fall back'
from his present position. The whole arti
cle is well worthy of a careful reading, and
-not the least significant portion of it, surely,
is dist ishiCh Speaks of the election of n
"Peace Democrat" — to the Presidency, as a
result which would follow the defeat of
Rosmuss, and which would also insure the
establishment of the Southern Confederacy
The Rebel, it will be recollected was the pa
paper that first nominated V►rrsanlatni.x
for Governor of Ohio, and pronounced him
"a man of our (their) own soli."
[Fran the Atlanta Rebel, October 9th.)
Upon reaching the Tennessee river front
the. field of Chicamangs, Itosecrans ad
dressed his troops. "Fellow soldiers," said
he, "the object of our erpedittort was the
possession of Chattanooga, and here we
axe." Brief, and to - the point; forcible and
adroit. -Thus far the campaign, whose
mysterious surges are rolling above us, has
no clearer, as it certainly cannot have a
more Laconia history. The few words of
the Federal General illuminate the whole
page as a ray from a dark lantern, and no
Man can dose his eyes to the somewhat
painfal glare which they throw fall upon
Not even General Bragg himself can con•
tradict them, except with his sword, and'
such strokes. as it may please heaven to
send us through his bends in the few days
of fair weather just before us. Unless we
hasten to make hay when the sun shines,
the story as thus told, will hold good
through all time; the spring will open un
toward dangers to our arms; the cause
which now turns upon the pivot of its
crisis, wilt drop like a flower which has
been untended; and the end must fade out
of sight in h rolling torrent of disasters—
in fogs and gloom. God forbid it!
. At present the case stands about in this
wise: We have lost the gate to lower East
Tennessee, the river, which was our base,.
and the facilities which these afforded for
progressive movements into East Tennes
' see and Kentucky. We have gained ahand
to-hand fight; we have repelled a powerful
invasion; we have preserved Georgia, and
secured a commanding, position around the
enemy. • Roseerrat, on the other hand, has ac
quired all.that:toe have lost. Be has reached
Chattorunigaid fortified it, taken up the
river line as his base, and now prepares
quietly to winter in his new quarters, leav
ing ue uncivilly out in the cold to take care
of oars:Wes as best we can or must. Physi
cally, and to all appearances, in the aggro
grate he is the gainer; for, after the pris-.
oners, standards and artillery taken at
Chlcamauga are counted, our victory is told
whilst our deficit, in the long sum total,
glory' included, does not make up for any
results yet achieved.
In ii.:word, - we have lost ten . : or twelve
thousand men without gaining an equiva
lent in producing territory. The whole
question, therefore, turns upon the situa
tion, and what we will do with it. In mili
tary circles, it is generally believed that
Rosecrans has blundered into a position
which, improved by an adiersary of genius,
might be turned in three adroit movements
to his - eternal ruin, If this be to and : the
movements speculated, but by no means ex
_made, the victory of Chicks,
mange will be complete and the many lives
there sacrificed will become as so many
trophies to a noble work. But if this.
opinion be false, and the movements
suggested as possible fail to be made,
and we continue to gaze listlessly
from the bold knobs of Missionary Ridge
upon comfortable barracks of the blue var
lets below, then may We tremble for the next
campaign; for as sure as there is any surety
in the. future, the Spring of '64 must see us
far hem 'the bottlers of Georgie, or near to
the verge to destniction. Nail it to your
door post, men of the South, and refuse to be
deluded into any other belief! Food and
raiment are our needs. We must have them.
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee can only
supply theta.. Better give up the sea coast,
better give up the Southwest, aye, better to
give up Richmond without a struggle,
and win these, than lose the golden field,
!whose grain and wool are our sole hope.
The enemy has just' one army too many
in the field for us. We must crush this
overplus ; we must gain one signal,
Stonewall Jackson campaign. Destiny
points the very place. Be Rosecrons the
victim. Defeat bun, pulverize him, run him
to the Ohio river, and then close the war
with the next summer. And how I .Nool.
• lag easier. The bee which has really stung
our flank so long, once disposed of, our tri
umphs and legions have a clear nrstrbefare
them. Fed sumptuously through the win
'- ter, well atiod and clad, they have °idyl° ,
meet tillspirited -foe, 'retake the volley er
the Mississippi, secure the election of a Pea .e
, Democrat to the Presidency in the fall, aild
arrange the terms of treaty and Independ
: nee.: •
These results can be accomplished no.
where else then in this Department The-
Northwest is our real adversary.
No matter ho* °Red 'Vie whip the Bast !
the effect is still born to the end.' Let us
feach the trae,contestants a lesson of peace
nd soberness and the difference will be
seen as speedily As our need •calls for the
Felon NEW OULEANS--TEE TEXAS EXPEDI
VON.—WW- have several days later news
from New Orleans by the, steamer Colum
bia. The only news of importance is from
the Overland Texas Expedition. The for
ward march had been resumed, with con
tiitnal between oar advances
cavah7 and that of the enemy. A general'
engagement wail expected Coon; Gen.
;Banks left New Orleans on the Bth to join
the expedition„, , „
The-loth GYM,' Carps - 7 1eatheil`Nermilkin
river, a few miles• south , of, Varmilionrilje,
on th 9tii. It was thought at New Orleans
that there would be no debij , in 'crimping:
There was sharp skirmishing '4lid oaten
prisoners were taken ftbm the *liken Theit
loss is not known... Lieut.- Co).- Cowan, of
the 8d Texas cavah.j• - ; was wounded
We learn . ' from a friend , . that when Ex.
Gov. Racker visitod the at, Williams-,
spirt, to vote, he ,hoosthdly held up US
ticket,-exclaiming "Beer is a.ticket whisk is
copper all ore? I" Immediately behind Packer
eame a jolly Hibernian; oho: thelact of
voting, who cried out in a lusty voice, "Be',
jaherkhdre . is'a ballot' to kill your snake!"
not lip o ry : Willlant F,Tsoker the loot
htg while we diegie tLo mottie which
prompted him - Co-ids vote end'hle exclaman
don, The honest llslur:an I ! the, better man.
and .the.parer . patnot. of the two citizens.
Ten`Engtiehetesmor ,Bpvildiilt ins es p .
lured by the U. 8:- tni6lY slimmer Union
while tmdeanning. to : stuk ; theAtotho4o- or
Wihninittag - on e 11th She 'has
nbesrd a< valuable assorted:cargo. This is
thnntteond time this _Mesmer; tuts been cap
turea=thi fait tiiiebeinglist
'attempting to run Into *Es • 8ay,.„13. 9.
elhe was taken tirliMsthii midi& to *Ho
belontinf to St 7obfl, N B.
i;ins effati at ttociiea
-500 parsing of c olor
. on tho southwest coast
,pf BraytfliisierolikifitilOdi Thodgh nn
iliP*P. 11 )0,1 1 4 00 -`4 1 2 t O em Pk oontac k s O th :
xospoosible , pastici .tcr..coosit these 'Peek'
their Aesthistion,ataV, of. them dial of
irioalitieei tinlinquirsAtVaiffscliif 314,
esigt , roja -
Joss M. liorrs - , - arbo was paroled,by the
rebels and pirmitted to live at his residents
near Culpepper, has. been carried to Etch
mond to be imprisoned, no doubt ass Mo';
age for several of his secession neighbors
who have been taken to Washington.
nurse was one place in Ohio where Val
landigham received an almost unanimous
vote. The rebel prisoners at Camp Chase
took a vote for Goveritorand the result was,
Vallandigham 1,081, Brough 2.
TUE Fifty-Sixth North Carolina Regiment
W 59 recently sent home to put down Union
demonstrations, but the men obstinately re
fused to fight against their neighbors, and
were sent to Charleston.
1 . '1'11:E N. U. L, First Ward, Alle
gheny city, will meet TUTS EVENING, at
7% o'clock. By order of
SIXTH WARD SOLDIERS' AID
SOCIETY.—Tbe Sixth Ward Soldiers' ALT
Society wilt bold their regular weekly meeting on
TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. Mb, at the SCHOOL
HOUSE, when the members are desired to be pres
ent, as business of importance will be laid before the
ioclety. By order of
«lint THE PGESIDENT.
Bass or Prrrsairsatt, 001.16 th, bitn.
t.AN ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of this Bank will be held at the
Banking home on MONDAY, November 10th, be
tween tho hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
Tho annual meeting of the Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY, Nov. 3d, at 11 o'clock.
ocl6:3tdaltwif JOHN HARPER, Cashier.
hue Cm Beim, Pittsburgh, Oct. 15th, MR.
U'Alki ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of this Dank will be held at the
Banking Roux) on MONDAY, Nov. 16th, 1803, be
tesen the boon of 11 a. In. and I p. m.
The annual meeting of Stockholders will be held
on TOESDAE, - Nor. Sd, 1863,•at 11 o'clock
3. MAGOITIN, Cushier.
algcnastoi If MUM:ugh, Oct. 16th, no.
O°A.N. lON FOR DIRECT.;
OES of this Bank will be held at the Bank
ing Boom, on MONDAY, the Itth day of November,
Mdompen the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. end 2 p. m.
The regular annual meeting of Stockholders vUI
be held cm TUESDAY. Nov. ad, at 10 o'clock a. m.
oclfolin GEO. D. aIcOSEW, Coahter.
Ilzscuure £XD 311WCTIMISILLILI
Pitteburgh, Oct. 16th 1863. f
7ANNUAL ELECTION FOB.
/11fECTOILS will be held at the Banking
Homo, on MONDAY, the 16th day of November
Pont. between the hour. of ten a. m. and two p.m.
The anneal mectft of the Stockholder. will be
held on TUESDAY, the 3d day of No.ember, at ten
o'clock a. t t . JOHN SCOTT, Jr., Outlier.
• Monazite Daec OW Prcrsattenn,
October Isth, f
THE ELECTION FOR DIRECT
-OEB of this Bank will be held at tho Dank-
Mg RCM) on MONDAY, November 16th, 1863, be
tween the bonnier eleven a. m. and 2p. to. The an
nual meeting of St.kholdere erlU take place on
TUESDAY, November NI, at 11 a- m.
oclfalm IL M. MUILDAY, Cambia,
Ausanearr Kum, Oct. 14th, Mt.
[i , :r AN ELECTION FOR DIRECT
ORS of this Bank will be held at the Corot
log Nouse on the 16th day of November next, be
moan the hours of 10 o'clock n. ro. and 2 o'clock
p. ro. .1. W. COOK, Cashier.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders eriU be
held on the 3d day of November next, at 11 o'clock m.
emits= Beim, Pittsburgh, Oct. 15th, I.=.
'AN ELECTION FOR THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of MI. Bank will be held at the
Ranking Rome on MONDAY, November 16th, at MI
o'clock a. tn.
The render annual meeting of Stockholder. will
be held on TUESDAY Nov. M. at 11 o'clock a. m.
r oclfclm GEO. T. VAN DOREN, Caahier.
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Al GAITERS at
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BUT YOUR LADIES' OR GENTIJR
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SORAGE, fur Crude and Refined U
nd other merchandise, by
JAS. DALIELL SON,,
art al and TO Water street.
RtFINEIT: OIL—A pure article on
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JAS. DALZELL S S6\,
ocl7 69 and 70 Water "met.
Clumpagns Cideq Just recelsod and for sale
No. IDS Second street.
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MESS PORK - 1,(X10 bbls.- - ip store and
for awls by
McDONALD d AIIBETKLES,
ocl9 . 242 and 244 Liberty Innn.
- IX)R KENT—tiix large and well light ,
JL: ed SHOPS, 20:103 suitable for Cabinet Macre'
or M . i
aehl Shops. wn be letbsd to one or different
parties. Apply at 42 VIPTII STREET.
Nt; YEARK—Choica building lota
.1-1 for male at lon prima. Terms—One-tenth Inuit,
remainder insane annual payment.
oell CITTLIBERT & SONS, ISylarketort.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
BALE, 73 feet 9 inches front by f.O feet In
depth, .t comer of dixth street. Also, GO% feet ad
joining the above. S. CUTHBEIIT a n 0 1 .411,
oel4 M Market street.
CA bbla No. 1 Winter Strained;
For falo by JAS. DALZELL A SON,
ocl7, CO and 70 Wator street
TURKEY PRUNES, very tine, just re
calved ; also, Bordeaux Proms, In glass Jars,
for was by the pound or et wholesale, at the Irarally
Grocery Elton, of JOHN A. HENSHAIY,
oaf: Corner Liberty and Hand streets._
LEA'IIIEIi lIELTING.-10,0uu feet et
the Patent Rivet Oak Tanned Leather Belting.
/Lbw, Late Leather, Rivets, de., always on hand end
for sale at Noe. 26 and 28 eit. Clair street br
- oat J. & 11. PRILLIPS.
400 BBLS. PEACH BLOWS, WHITh
MERCED, and other ,arictl. or POTA
TOES, from New York State.'
taw, a lot of dotal APPLES, of different kinds,
such as acre sold by the notlendirned bat Water.
od9 ED WI) IIEAZELTOS, Di Diamond.
nutscAN, SHERMAN & Sight
1" BIM" on Om Union Bank, Londintomir gabs
Mb on every Important torn In Germany, Francs,
41witrarland and Italy, tor sale In gams to mit pnr
damn; by NIL M. WILLIAMS &
goalie • Woal street, cm:twat Third.
STEVR.NSON STREET PROPERTY.
—elarger and commodhuts threemttori,Brick
Dwelling Bow, .ell built and In goodordar ; arida
ball, parlors, dining morn, bath room, Metro; 'sir
chamber., collar, etc.; larger lot of ground. Wili ho
sold at a Apply to
ocl7 ha rtITIIBLiBT I BONA, Mll Market it
STRAYED OR STOLEN.—From;Beitz
lees Hotel, East Liberty. an 'fIII,IItEIDAY EYE** ,
ING last, DAPPLED GRAY HORSE, about eight
years old, large pre .and booked now ; .baA on
saddde and bridle. Any intomiatlou reapecting biro
wall] to liberally rewarded by the owner.
JOSEPH lIEITLEit, for owner.
ESTRA.Y.—Came to the promisee of
the sabrerlbor, In Elhetbeth . township, in
March, ma, 'small BED WIEEE,
_sapjeceed to be
abort two years old at that time. The qvwx ts ra
twitted to come forward, prose property, poy ehirges
and take it away, or it wi ll be sold seeoraig to 111 W.
acl7:ttwT SAMUEL EDMUNPSON,
VSTlTAY.—Vitithe tho promises `of
'AA Ow subscriber, Joseph street. not Strmiug
ham, ABED COLOItED ptrza. CALL Anxiserstea
diving lost the tam, will comaierward. prou prop.
env; per charges and take it atm, ok it will kw sold
accordag to law.
001 - LOST.—A young NED AND
Nei WIITTZ COW, =till, giving II tittle mUle, atetiy
od from the farm of tho anbeertber, In Itowetownship,
about three miles from the dry, AO information
leading to. ber recovery will ho thaakfloby irdred
tted sWtably rewarded.
VEIN STOCK OF BOOTS SHOES
lust remised =twill be sold at the !west prim to
be %god In the clip :Ales viatica before porctftp!
loslsetrheasist '80111.131D13;'98 Natltothi.;
ecl7 ?..d door from Win.
v j s"rATa o I?
e s tate
Dac's..=Lettera 'of ktitlalstration
•ott the estate of Dr. Y. McGrath, late of Plttabursh,
.dcoraied, hactair been araatod to tbe' underikue4,.
','lll pone= liming claims are requested tos.preteitt
'theta, and •11.7b0 an lndebted are rectified to.matv
Paratictio' ' T . PRZA WORATG_,,Mhtex
sellstamotaw • Beetaidottreet, YtttatrarirlC
A BOTHER. RICMIOND, THE
SZILA YlELD...4tairo haw piiisma icittitaiih cap ,
Liu and owners of P test:Aosta with STEAM EN
GINE% allay doe sod taroks. Wit whit fofitialf4ll.
tboluachinorywf boat, awl second isrpoh2t of et:
ceuncekto b3pNiby , oar promptittit
=,g tip toilme, and tho fiaalitywf.ourrifoirki eel
'MO th• patronoge , of oor own setter -
ion • .-1-!.-4-..,,,-,,,'^titult r of.atltegbrety
To man CLASS - BLOWERS:
"'"min< otkirsits. L . ;
... is goodcu
yin par `WILL i• • •.
"g 1 ma s
WW l ' : • ' •
AT Atrcriox.—Vnlf-tekwld, 5,* aaoaot
' 11 " 1 it 423 7 l Xiticernt.at The 011 , ',ExcboOlge Fourth
etr4t, Otte clfy, in, 'MONDAY, the 19121 - Inet., at V.
500 bbls. Refined Carbon 011.
In bond, standard quality in all terPectsi " , " 4 " e°
brand. Terms cub. oe19:101
WANTED--APPIMVficES TO THE BIWA.
• runsutra Drstinis.
oel9r2s . DAVIS & PHILLIPS, VIS Water It.
BASKET WILLOWS.-30 bdb4. kerTil
tacky Basket' Willows to arrive Ls rail, for sale
by vs/am' DIeSEI a CO._
'CO bldg. Duck Crock Oil;
fA •• Franklin "
For We by JAS. L BON,
ocl7 CO and TO Water stmt.
ALLE4iffEltiY AVENUE.—The view
ere on the opening of Allegheny Avenue, Alle
fllely, will meet at the office of the undetillgued, on
MONDAY, October 111th, at S o'clock P. JD., where
all posers in interest can attend if they we proper.
S. SCIIOYEIt, Jr., Solicitor for Allegheny,
1M Fourth etreet,Pittsburgh.
VRESII ROLL BUTTER
J.: 600 Tbs. Very nice fresh Roll Butter.
• 11:0 Dorm prime Goshen' Cheose;
150 prime Cream Cheese;
100 Ellst, Dairy "
In store and for lade by 11. BIDDLE,
tell Ea. 183 Lawn) , street
ten of Admlniatration on the estate of Sandford
Obney, late of North Fayette township, Allegheny
county Pa,,' &waxed, having been granted to the
undersigned all perms indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment, and those haring claims
or demands against said estate will present the same,
duly anthentinged for settlement.
ocln:ChrT E.ODERT POTTER, Ader,
splendidstock of GUNS, RIFLES, ItEVOL PERS,
PISTOLS, GAMS BAGS, POWDER - FLASKS, SWOT
BELTS and POUCHES, DRAM FLASKS, and am
munition of eserytind. Ills stock la the largest ever
brought to this market. , ocl7
The Old Merchants of New York. lid senor.
The Blackman; hie 'intact's:lents and kb' genius.
Squire Treiglyn's Heir. By Kra Wood.
Eironor'e Victory. By Mb. Braddon.
Our Old Home. By Nathtudel/lawthorne.
Gala Days. DAGO Hamilton.
The Amber Got •By Miss Prescott-
Agrowlz's Nietbad D.
'of study in Banta' History.
Heart and Cram By Ma. Oliphant.
Mendelashon'a Letters from Italy and Switzerland.
Leaves from the Diary of on ArmY Burro..
The Light and Dark of the Rebellion.
The Young Parson. •
C 16.1510 Quntatious—a Thought Book.. By J. Elm..
The Chlidren's Garland. Arranged by Coventry
The Golden Troosary of Songs and Lyrics.
The Dead Shot. A new book for Sportsmen.
per Bak by • KA Y S CO., ISS Wood street.
NOTARY . r"i7I3LIC.
No. SS DIAM.OND STREET, Prrricactunt
Acknowledgments of Deeds, Depositions and Affi
davits taken. Also, Dos le, 31ortgagot, Attic,. of
Agreement, Leases 6011 Legal Papers Ofevery kind
.Mca/LLIS'rER k ME X., Wholesale
-LT-L Tobacco Dealers, RIS WOOD STREET, have
1309 in Mont.:the largest and most complete assort
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES
In the city, which they are selling at the very low
est cash figures. All or lets promptly attended to.
GW. DASII, MERCIIAST TAILOR, O.
. 04 SHITHTIELD STREET, ;rill cell dm•
for cub a good ITNION SLIT FOR $2O; CASS
/MBE ALZ .001,125 BLACK CLOTH SUIT, $l3
A suit d cloth made In tad.; hours, at
pIiES:ERVE YOUR CIDER
Dlseorered by Prof. Iturelniii. will prevent Cider Crum
turning sour, and * greatly Improve
la bottles eufactent 1 a barrel of..eider, tri l full
dlrectioru fur nee.
Tor We by
p o liffeN iriN B
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
Manufacturers of CASIOU FRAMES, MUGS, CEPS,
'LADLES, and a great variety of DEITTLAYNIA
articles. Also, CAUBO3 OIL LAMP BURNEIIS
and LAMP 13/1 4 gsri generally, No. DIU Second
street, Pittsburgh.. . •
Extra fine-4, 3, i and S year. old—lncluding all the
old leading TariOtlos, and many new cum
Alms, • very large Hoek of PEAR, fetandard and
dwarf, ) CHERRY, PEACH, SLIM EVERGREEN,
SHALE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, ROSES,
GRAPE VINES, SHRUBS, GREENHOUSE
PLANTS. de., Ac., wholesalo ant retail at Tory rea.
'loanable prim. JOHN MURDOCH, Jr.,
oolealswil Pittsburgh and Oaklond Noroorin.
T tirsTEF..,N, itgAss . Founmes,
tl . GAB AID Srwi Fririns. Particular attention
paid to the fitting op and repairing of OIL REPT
EERIE& An kinds of 'BRASS AND IRON COCKS
mad° to order. Also RILES CASTINGS, of all
beds, made at mho sitortnot. notice , .
All orders left at Nos. 31 and Si WATER STREET,
near Liberty, will be promptly attended to.
membon of thle firm being ',radio:amt.
cronies, of many yoanrexperionee to their Wolves
will Minn) to gin mitisacrlou in every teopect.
We are oleo agents for tiatlo. 60.1111/011 A Co.!*
,for pumping WatervCrude and lu
' OM, ere. ta."" doll y
MANHOOD I .. - 1101V LOST I HOW
ALA. BISTORtD I--Juat published, in • sealed en
velope. Price Six Cents. A Lecture on the Nature,
Tema:Dent and Radical Care of Sparsaittorrheah or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emiseluas; Sexual .
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage. gancrally ;
:Nervousness, Consumption, I:pilepay aad /psi Ant
ral and Physical Incapulty, rcrodtleg ; itrinn Self-
Abues, de., by Boar.l. CulvaltaideM. D.OLitthor
of tit. "Green Book dc.. "A Boon to Thousands of
Sufferer.," senOtinder seal, In plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid;htrrecelpfarlir cent. or two
rewritedamp., by DR. CU. l: 0. KLINE,
. .1.17 Bonny, New, Tork, Pest Ornce Box Odd.
HATS AN) GAPS I :
LADIES' AND EIEIES' HATS
DT WIIOLTAALN ALNVIETAIL, AT
MCCORD 005 1 8,
'..• • LTI WOOD STRUT. :`
DINUMNS allteSB WORKS;
Mannfacturots of angy,sedioty or. tintshed
BRASS WORK FOII—PLITMBERS, STEAM 011
GAS Fi t rzzas, MACHINISTS, AND
BRASS CASTINGS,: of idl-dascrlptloni, undo to
order. STEAMBOAT WORK,STEAII •ANIIO . IIII-
FITTING; and =PALMING. TIWIDPGY. nlinnaNt.
Partlenlar attention pahl.to. ! St up BErsltr,
-RIES YOB COAL AND CARRON OILS.
tAtlso, Sotkor M
.s onts a ltdoor toffe l MA es ß te StfilLlistr G c E t l ofE PLeLn
CO.' n WIES b EION, Plattrra L DtG D Mr 'in'
noted. Musing n 0 raGna It to opt. WO GYEt.I Wit
oforder,nad dII throw roore water" than an: pump
of tyke its do. opts
UR'S' CE'S "-.. • • • .
CORNER //NTH .AND... 144 * l 7- 0/1 " :16 ' "-
(IturrJartcittearoiet'ltreiuosoe,3:elkeTt l 7.3
Of evil , ' dui leta etyievigdintietPVtriio l , l ,.
14the Cute de Villa tp.Sabiagtaaallfo aiz e ' . •
-'' 14.finn'Y'l#.14;i7:01/ ti l4 : , ,t'..;
'lntim, of the AGED AtitollMMtit die Amy ei4
' °*l o /3 . 1 q 4. piii, - ..iWiii' ,6- 4:r44itici ti t
tingle shut flight :Using. Prior moderitti, diet
sattratctlon plum - ''kekTl4(
waas, ~.toppix; A ~V0.,.j0..215
i p l V T Llizrrr
gWirritlS.'srf Il lerliat*pror
BIWA= WOW, , so toll bum the
1 .:46. f i r44._ „ si I nk ~
136 WOOD STREET•
55 FIFTH 'Efn=
G. W. DASH'S,
No. 91 Eimitl .treet.
TIIE BULPTILTE OF LI3LE,
Corner Fourth ualt Bamitherld stroets.
(Summon to Orio.Neerton..)
0:0,000 APPLE TILES
Of mg style
LAMEST:, rITES . t .
Of every kimtard gaalih.
To gait ell ii*
llow the Ladles have Voted.
We am enabled, through our "special," to give the
public, even at this arty , date, the restdt of the
Lealeorsitr on a ray Important question, a result,
too, while showing the soundness of their Judgment,
'peaks louder than word. for the popularity of the
WHEELER ,t WILSON SEWING 31ACMINN.
The three Itailing,Sewing Machine Coinpeuaies In tfte
country are the "Wheeler & Wilson," "Shiver &
C 0.," and " Gros. S Baker,•' and their ales for the
quarter 'ending June In, which we subjoin, above
how the ladles voted:
Binger d. Co —.
Grum' 4 Baka---
Showing that th. Wheeler 6 Wilson Company .old,
daring the quarter earned, nearly dcmble the meows,
made by either of the others.
Over 121,000 of these Machbacshave been sold, and
the demand for thaw te greater than ever. Thin
should be regarded as • test by those who desire to
bey the DEBT FAMILY SEWING .11.AMOSE.
Oritos, 27 TTPTH SWUM, Pittsburgh
WM SUMNER & CO.,
STEFJ, COI .1. , 1 RS I
EATON, NACBUII & CO.,
99w. 17 AND 19 TlrtH SIRENS, Prrneviau,
Bete Agerets for
Atkinson's Steel Sollars and Cuffs ,
Enamelled White, having the appearenoe and com
fort of Linn. To military men and travekes they
RCM= MUCCI 0.7 Of W, COLL.4II AND OM:
Gent's Standing Collars —AG O ff.
1 GO tel . pair.
Ladles' Narrow Collars _...—..-.... 110 each.
Can —.. 1 50 per pair.
Rent by post on ronelpt of 51 15.
Steel Dollars re-enamelled for 25 cants; or we will
exchange ar , liElY COLLAR for an OLD ONE, pro
'Ming It le pot lirolie or beat, for 25 mots.
The trade supplied at the hew Tmk. Agent's price.
Tor prim list address
EATON, NAMUR& ik CO.,
C_IOTTSCHA.Lii. TO MASON & HAM
LIN.—" I congratulate you on the introduction
of a roar rotalcal lustroment, long wanted, and sore
to find its way into every household of taste and re.
tinera.t which con papal° afford its moderate ex
pease, your CABINET ORGAN la truly &charming
Instrument, sorthy of tho high praise it Liu readied.
and far superior to everything of Ito clam I hats
scan: I take plesarrre Incommendlng It mart hoartily
es everywhere( worthy a phase bmide the Plano, to
winch. tt Is • fine munplesuent, from Its capacity for
read Ming much &Heard comic, ascral !sad secular,
classic and molar, 4o rhlch tllll Plano la not
adapted. • Gorrscumn."
A splendid lot of
Mason & Hamlin's Oabinet Organs
Jun rnsinTed by the, tabbaiber
Prices from InT to 6150•
trir Bend for an Illugtratel Catalog=
CHAS. 11 NELLO7I,, 81 Wood St,
• 17 SAle Agent for the Mannfacturers
11 TO THOSE 111TEHESTED.—The Oammittee
appotnted to collect the lemma Sir labor on the
6,mM:edam, around the Oily of Pittsburgh. eroull
maternal noeO4 • oil ,
np e th n
In hy t i cnminllss , for labor or
the tame, before the lit day of Nominter, to GEO.
H. THURSTON, at the Bond of Trade Enema, he
haring bean Instructed to attend to the duty of Wa
rred] matte oil and properly
. _ .
By order of the Committee.
OEO. H. THURSTON, Sec. Ez; Coma
In pursuant* of the above notice, I will inland
dally for the purple:, of furnishing tba prayer lonia
far making ant add Idle, ind for 'receiving the nine
after authentication by ilakaanta, at the Board of
•kneie Hoban, from 11 to 12X a. m.
oo2Ctf GEO. 11..TM1ESTON.
NEW CASTLE AO BEAVER VAL.
R&I/410,kill and after MONDAL
the Mb Ind., (and until ihrthar notkei trains on the
E. C. & R V. R.B. will connect at lihmewood Sta.
Hon with the mall train on the P., Y. W.& C. R. W.,
leasing Pittsburgh .t Ta. m. Also, with the Crea
ting Accmsurnstathui, laneingPituburgh at spo p. m.
Through tickets tor New Castle, Sharon, Mercer,
Franklin and Oil City, as be procured at the Ticket
eke dip" Pittsburgh, Fort W. m. A Chicago Rail
way Company, birittaburgh.
WIL D.DICESON, Pww664tec A 666 6.
New Peens, P&. Oct. 6, 1663. oc6AW
N INB - PENNY - IiONG
Containing 108 of the latest sad most
Malted, post-pal s on non/pt of two 3 cent Amps
/alms on otdors, to Inows picoapt attootlao, to
JOHN*, P. HUNT, Pablieher,
°oft MASONIC HALL, FILM STREET.
All etylear, prim; dies and qualltOm.
The Cheapest and Best in the City,
• MASONIC usu., ruin num.
• EYES AND EA.EL •
Paye paitl=W attend= to the tneatment of
CUUOMC DISEAM. tLa EYE and EAl_,,_l• amuse
on wasamv, SQUIRT_E_ISS. for SZTIESPUL
, PUPIL, hianis.mmulau, ZITS, ind mats all
INFLAISMATORY EYES also 11.41 RD EIZAUENG,
and ell demur= affecting the Ear and - Wan to
• 04= 100 TY/TH STREET. otrWile
CIARTI DE VISITE
CARTES DE TISITE I
CARTES DE VISITE!
5,000 7118 i REMITTED AT'
OPPOS ' MX TOR POET 07710 E.
I . l lLiGs t • • .•
• pii;y l ~114 . 1F e s, u;oitsmeacto27,
• , PITTOOK'S f ''
oniasrrs 111E'Parr OMeff.
A LBUMS! •
• ALB s
4 . lsug• worthant at
, orpqatir THE 2.61r!' 01:710E.'
voniiiht4tbsteA thi am;
dersigtied;Nhvinzt *Witted to'irionr ma mod CUP
klanaired wad bessiltasuidnereAnthb proparAopett,'
In t Agtoll. o 7rAraY9.?Doe# 401 th RD•rof
Uldte itieet to bland 1146, - viikmoef on thii Rue of
'old street. tbrlbiipurposeiridtWipPollitmtnt, ott
SATURDAY; Det.tlTßl,-USWit YigelOck p:AL •• • •
JAM1AMA171,0,1 46 .-
' JOHN DEM ity
1:":11A1113111 , '-
•, Yrsm , s.. ,o NTAj Y. orethe,
estate of tpllslAtletetter;jats oflittilargb;
haring bantirantet - tolhar VidpliAi.dqaffpersaits
biting claims, ;taut said' artilive requilltid
L.= 41 40.4,thdy . aut4.4.44,40 413".
del44b;are tqqaired • Mike t tck •J,
" • ' J4tp,Dll. Z.Veinter4*
cel&likird* , r l l6 Oran
E CA • .13E • ED FE
—125 4 " e u-C- 1 1Wi 457 Gies4l 4,..: NA. Alt
:trawberrleg; Pe,a, . filmdom,:
Beau; Mak Soccobie.and - AVarigiisi t ft ketblT:=
• aqui tor*o2 - 344leponugAtioall, • f.a
• - • : '4OM4 6.11108 AW,
ocl4- , A-1 .) 54u1:11.11 miimitiltabatatetir
o t .9 . mif t I :As 1
arnalpiAlaVigtlittinit• • .t. -
=Vial tabuit . :Aw Atil /H
• Valk atema l"' •
Jrll6-0' A DrERTISIENVIEJV'T.S. ;
EU: VkW Li j. 41,7 OF A-PPLICA-
ilo:sg - tir wiling Liplorcilled I.l4:Atte Clerk's ;
Oincettip to 040ber4b,....1k13 J. '';',-, :•,..1 1
oa. A. Dean; 'tavern, lit ward:Pittsimegh;
Eliasheth Mullen, do, du, .h.;
Loins }lager, do, du, do;
Davidami ]Leant. do. do, do;
Adam tremm, do, do, do;
Jam. Moran, do, du, do;
Julia L., other goods., do. do;
Michael Foley, do, do, do; 1
1.4. i. Perry. talent. .2.1 ward, do:
Dmonan A Iteistnyer, o. gds,ll , l ward. do:
Patrick Burke, dn, do, do;
John Malherton eating tunme, do, do;
Jos. Muchenberics, du, ',Lib ward. do,'
Bothweß A Little, °air g'ds,ntli ward, do;
Bobert - Gondy, do, Bth ward, du;
Fred'k Kapplan, eat'g house, do,
Tiernan St Getty, other goods, 3d ward, Allegheny;
William Deeney, eating - home, 4th ward, do;
Adolph Weasel,, do,, ,- . .d 0,,, 11% 4
Selmathim Vonnemn, Other gOodai'East Birmingham;
Wm. Alareuhols, tavern, do do;
Michael Hortsiter, do, Lawrenceville;
D. Miller, do, Smith Pittsburgh;
P. Garvey,' eating lionse, Sharpaburg; •''
}'red'k turner, - tavern,' 'Farentum;
Michael 31cA .oy, do, Collins tp;
M. Shireman, eating house; ' ' do;
Peter Ccouhfay, tavern, Chartiers tp;
David Lloyd, do, , litilllM tp;
Wm. Ireinhart, other goods, Reserve tp;
Thomas Alderson, tavern, Scott tp; ~,,
Jacob 3lcDonald, tavern, Wilkins tp; r
Peter Meyer, do, Versaillee tp;
The Court will Meet nn WEDNESDAY. October
28th, 1883, at 10 o'clock a. in. Remonstrances must
to filed on or betbre that day: APplicaittinill bring
their bonds to my oftice before the day of heating.
0c1.7 . ...1.1 . W...A.ME/2,1102i. Clerk.,
Pr... la. /110:1...... 2.30.
Having accepted Um Agency for the sale. of the
SEMPLki CLAY, mined near St. Louts, Mo" I In
rite l b . attention of Class and Steel Manufacturers
to the Analysis given above, is reported by Profs. A.
A. Maya, of Bacon, and J. C. Booth, of Philadelphia,
which, together with the test of seinel experience by
manufacturers In Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St.
Louis, determines It to be the purest and moot valu
able Clay now known, whether Foreign or AMC6,IIII.
Pots made firshaft have stood-La the 'alasarlurnace
from 9% to 9 months.
The Analyst/Lis only. Clay. catalpa/ from the wipe,
without any weeding or •preparatbm'whativar. 1,
Pm.... greet adhesiveness and plasticity qualities,
which are/mist/man by the Analysis, and which ad
mit of the mixture of • large proportion of glen or
I ant noWprepared to 911 °niers for the aboin Clay
ha be shipped from St. Louis ordrilvered bore.
BAILEY, 1 7
.101 i}ila # . l
GAS AND STEAM FITTERs,
Brass Wor k , Pipe, Pimps ? Valves,
And all kind. of fittings for Water, Gm and Steam.
AGITATOR-34ND ,TANKS IVA OIL AMINE
IMES, linod vrith lead Ly a novr
NoO.IZ YOUTH STRBET.
UNIVERSAI; CLOTHES WRINGER
—Read.thoZollaielng notice &lit thefleir York
The Unicasol Clotho Irrfeser..—lt is•adazded for 1
toe everywheis end for everything that IsWashed,
'from the roost delicate fabricto the thick bed-qullt.
It Ls a decided 'lnstituttort.' We have stored in dip
&rent wan:mots any number end vatiety%of week
lug machines, ;Laden, begone Bridget shrills doss .
the washing, and' Midget will ea ono 'the like of
dein.' We had soon enough'Wringse
know it was an Vzoellent article; and we 'took lt
home, and when Mender came we brought out the
'Wringer' and faker:ad It On the indent the tub, for
use. Bridget looked on, and' when we bad adjusted
and exhibited its working "proom..e, wo 'received the
Important. advice: !You'd bettes once your min
than toy tt onion itch things ure thenie We obtain-
I ad the prosulee, however, that it should be cried_ and
when we 'lngoired at evening far the result, Bridget
ern to eatery with the v Wringer,' and every week'
has given it a etrouger bold wan the affettions Of
the toma to , of the brundry.'l . '
Tor sale et Non g sadsadZS flt:Cialr'streci, by
sly .. - Sciudgerts for Ode county.
A 6 octam,„,rasewaud csae,..tmmd cm.? . • f. I
nen, Iran *ital. A verygood I.6oktag !nitre:Merit,
made by Chtckaring----.,....—.41019,G0
A 0 KM**, makollmay csse,•flated
mad e by Ctikkains. A griarriant.= ,
iweav /40 . 09
A 8 octave, mahogi a,,Niske ,sorien,
made b y
A 6 octal*, mabocpy fame r aqtatmt,
made triSdnd 90 00
A 6 octave mahogany case, iqm_tre antlers,
mada by ;10 00
A 6 octave, walnut cam, wand 'cornets, Ger
man make 60 00'
A 6 °clan., walnut cam. 46 00
FOR SALE BY
CHAf3. CAMILLI)I4 Bl wOOO
NEW PIANOS from ll= to $5OO.
CLASSICAL kt - USIC I I '
She underalguedare the .solkagenta fur UW4IEI9
yet moat coned edition of Maa... I Mesta yubliabed
by Ra et
na. Wolfru sane, nbutte, oetuprlstag Cut e
welts - araldffe',l4Tc i SA
Berflttf,'Cleturatte r `ltbhkkOltut e 4 r,Narni islisrPobt:
pour's and Cerertutes. Two Ltd 2.}i cents par page.
Call for catalogue.
II SIMI , f3TBSET,
Me Agents for Decker's Plants. sed'A
FALL STICK T HIR D
Among ethers splendid STiIiNWA •I y
PIANOS, the best Pianos in the wall
CALENBEIIG'S N. Y. PIANOS, the beet Pianos
ett Me palm trt thnommitNe - •••• • •
HALE tr. CO.'S N. Y. PIANOS, the clewed Plane
to be had anywhere.
H. NIXBEILtr. BRO., N0.,•63 iiftttoireet.
oetr Sole Agents for the above Pianos.
yr N ABE'S PIANOS. _'_'. r _
Jost received, the moat complete
smortatztat the tuarly•lled ' •
'PIANOS met eeettft } thlV Ivey a,. briuud •
'doubt the BEST PIANOS mADE A call la re
opectitilly solitltedlette partomdarelativber . := • •
aci , • 0/70:V't'icd*Aint.::
ums • •
• • splindlditpricit I . • g • f
Wj.2: 1 :0, 0 4 1 49XT. n÷..W 43 3.ri44
ate iilCO a iton4 expense+ paid, to sell
our OrLialfti &maxi Sretthlrhera
other surer.onef f rat curtoue irtleles. Ink
elca sentfrarc,Addrow • ~ • - i ;-11
looltazoilewt anew a' cw;s11:
WANTED - 4 A Emit Litz Dooi6.
:EOM; CU *to has a raFtteisl kn 0 104410 4,
and eau cam wall reccanasispdfd. 3
AikklinaltrX 524. 0111 a
• '.. •`' ;I' i 0.• 7'. ',I , - • " , t , .• •
t' '''•, ' '''''
i• ..;'' ,:ille,q ; 4:1" • i -
.Kg r. ~
tr , .
(IN : j: ,
viri i i . 4 6 ; .
citA i sutra _
;400 -, :.1 t...,,. :
Al of the United Stets. Circuit Court, Pr&t.'
_ Cm PENN AND BT. CRVIS‘,I3TBSIMDe L iSP f
_ Prersioncuz, Fs. ' 1
the Issrit i ebeepeet end Stest., ..., • ~..- -,.2)
-, SW pep/bole: , I. S,th.del , ni I.•=zr , .
~.: No setts elutirs for idanufseturere„ Steamboat, ,
ltailroad and Bankillootasienlitt k +`. r- ,
: 1 Ilinisizes` sonast onshilt yam. '''• "
, Students enter end ternevint Siftitie."; , ' ,'''. .'.
: ' pas Institution is •seadusedAry • experienced,
lambs= and prshtlerit:AnixenstsetiOshot Trott.'
magniintoto - ectiteletsbrasst•theiesSesepsdiso;
and shm.Wrt thin; for the rust lucrative sad ssoptin
-1013-094140n1L; WSPonss . r.Stited..Sitioenit AGIT
e l l4= -16 tr5".P!AMM II MCVY ,
ho Psof.A.oo, , i-
_hest Wallet u!tiii ilSioit
w- hordigut- , . :First. ltsttioras*!
:74i7P:' •—i•4 4 4 ft 4l ina
Wand& t wittiatiuz
tcP I . 4 . iii4i ..• , . .-. _ _. "
.i::.1 • oar ~,,, , ,-r.l. . vrt- 1 .:!, : :, : ,,, 1
. iTißtrn 4214*AS:litirkUltirit ' ealit
1167 6 t l ilit:ii ,., ',:... ;41agNAIM: tnght/ j
AI at gm tragLit - xgropo ai nu
- par-soo t : Avg
$1.0(1000 7 " 411 °V4
3. W. BARKER IL CO.'S,
EVER OFFERED. IN ?PURR
GREAT. TNDUCEIMNTS OFFIERED.
WE HAVE NOW OPENED AN EX-
14e• - vcr _Edf.4::ocoolts
I'l4 i''4 ‘ l *
be rev:air market prteeL Our .ICOOLEN
eccoprise, *mane ct&n,
600 Doz. OP Borrox BIBBED Hoag;
SNIT JACKETS, the chaapet In the city
Ladies' Knit Skirt!, II
HOODS, of, Tttrions kind&
lIIIMONS, Tnn3EHTNG6.III4IIDS AND
DEIUIs ecop extensive and complete.
No. 121 SECOND STEM,
give at a cfl.
WO- WIIOLESAIS, BOONS UP mum
MACRUVIR & CLYDE,
FANCY AND SMPIAE,
Just received, a Tory large assortment of
111'.1XTR. .',) ;::-. ,'i;;.,- , . i,,
59 MARKET ST.
TO COUNTRY 101111tHent,
zwssrip STOCK Of
Very many 4ticlas we am enabled to Mdbelmr
XOO " . 5 x ..., 3;
Doubt. h.e/J. ch. beat h the market far senice
Oar dock at uoNsrr 1111120 M S, =MIT
Also,. new Em2ks of
500 BALmoniz. Siam
, 000 PCs. SARATOGA &ROPY frapnaNCL,;'
strspsnEns, 75XC51 g%
Oor Mends and the public generally Sr. Invited 6)
78 MARKET STItEKT.
FALL DRY GOODS!
SILKS, of a kinds
BERGS, ALPACCAS, DS LA1312,
ropuris and BATITHEA.% or
A eomploti AlsoAmon! of PLAIDS,
FRENCH TARTANS, FRENCH. SIM.
fp!, new goods for Drones...
A largo stock of L& Slur
tapd and =dap 9rdar, from Um; iLtiolt
aesottaomt of FYVI .•";'1
BUIt.WIS ! sducted wftb great - 'urns:
DOMESTIC "GOODS, of all Ittala, •t
31 Fl7lll Brum
A. new Gad . ipliegla swwitameitit
Embractretho . klkaring mai; atiksi
P2.IIIBIAN CROWN NETS,
plant Asp siitcnr.s.razsmis,
AULD AD TUB TW BIitID,NETEL
• Mao, we id ,
Pry, Bike, V ve -
el tit; iiimilinire;-Y
scaw open mad fur ids iikoo cur =WA 161111i--Elit".
nit" picas In CASH.
PATON; Sc." COI
No. 17 Fifth Street.
NE W GID9IIS.
itaratonAL Ant nool. Ecnim - -
GREY RED i ELBE
ectaitm. arthi,Lfin't FINE tad OitANOil •
SACQ I FLANNELS.: :
BOW wad GIST'S 011131k0113./k czarps..:
• , i
.And OAM iambus:it ~' •i. -, n, ~
• DRESS ci091.,,,.a,!;,.
^B:tcoa. rows a =am sis.
JOS:EPH HORI9; & V
- ~„ •
ExamourinuM , „
MILLINERY , : GOODS tU :
P lid3l:l M i cr r rq; 7 T r:ari
LINEN RAND NEROMEM:x .
1 • • Nv , .7 *.•
CON2irD BLUM •.• „.: , •
i BEAD DBESBBB~ d:.
V l ach oft teratir svid411 111 t" 1 !!'","sf• •
='O = resp;4;tfallY ?Aka*/
NEW ,'GOODS i.
'llE' - NPABOY & CO M,
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t . . r t .. ,- , - .......111 ' 11. .0
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au moilkag S'ai l igN ilatilulPid,o2v,Vate,„.
aseutainsimaktictusgsf - ~ t--,,,-sO--',t
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o , .otne• aa Aaiun= stiet, , batimes .F., r....%
insoostaestkiaatbaratilvt lK.-4, .'-', Me -
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