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V 1115 ilitrgit osazette. ,"We, the members of tho present gooier class
, hverfully add oar teetirsoby to till•-•!t run Not •
. ' M. Frank Corr,rt, Priteilla V. Irwin.
,-= . - - - r - Mare A. !lintel!. Iler ri,•itn M. rin.:;• 7 .
TR EMS DA i STORNING- OCT. ~, is , 1 ,.. J. 4 . r.. , i a
ALL , - F. Mct .s• .y.
S•,phin E. fleeter:. Chrit , • II M.,•,- , t-n.
Mary F. Floeson, Ella S. Tesrksiit,
Melissa Wood, May H. Banks.
Hattie M. Mcßee, Mary P. Robinson,
Emma Fowler, Lida J. Matebett,
Marion Young, S. C. Coffin,
XLITOHOLOGICAL OCSIIIVATIONS taken for' Jena. MX. Morrison. Kato ilitcheo-k.
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CITY AiIVD SUBURBAN
Oltletal Paper of the City
the GAurre, at Geo. E. Shaw', Optician ,tore
No. 54 Firth street--corrected tinily :
2 ♦. Y.
6 T. li.
Dr. Perahttig...Reply to J. W. F
RDITORSI Gszirrrir : In a note published In
your paper on Saturday morning last, I prom
ised, u soon as cireumstanoes would permit,
to reply to the allegations of J. W. White,
Esq., made in the Gazette of the 16th inst.,
impugning my loyalty, and endeavoring to
inure me in the estimation of my follow-cit
liens. I now address myself to the unpleasant,
but imperative duty. I say imperative, be
cause the article alluded to — isTas • hue libel
upon myself, a cause of deep sorrow to my re
cently &filleted family, and an injury to the no
ble institution over which I have tho honor to
In order to do full Justice to Mr. White,
deeply se he bas wronged me, and at the same
time to bring each charge fully and clearly to
view, I shall copy each in his own I anguage.
Mr. White commenced as follows :--"I have
recently learned, from sources I believe to be
reliable, that the Doi. Dr. Pershing, Principal
of the Pittsburgh Female College, is a 'Cop
perhead.: It is well known that in polities
Mr. Pershing is a Democrat, and is .. ~ rother
to the Pershing who edits a copperhead paper
in Cambria mural, and who was ono of the
worst .opperhende lin the last Legislature."
The charge here made is that I am • Cop
perhearL; meaning thereby, as is well under
stood, • traitor to my country, and the proof
is based on his declaration that I am a Demo
crat, and that I ma "a brother to the Pershing
who edits a copperhead editor in Cambria
county." I am sorry that Mr. W. was not
content with hie efforts at political butchery
in my own case, but had to step out of his wa - i .
to mmail my brOther also. I think before
am done he will find that his argument has
proved too much, and that he has taken bold
of a defigerone weapon. And I may odd that
It will be evident, before this. reply is closed,
thatilt will require 'better authority than that
.which has furnished Mr. White his Voris," to
eonviet any man of any charge. The simple
treat is, that from the time r entered the min
istry, Upwards of thirteen years ago, I have
not been a politician. I entered the ministry
with alma conviction that I had been called
to that epeeist work, and that I could best ac
complish it by leaving politics to politicians.
I have Toted as a Christian minister, under n
solemn sense of responsibility to God and my
couetry, and, intend to do so, without regard
to political dictation from any garter. The
hundreds to whom I have ministered, here
anclelsewhere, will bear testimony that I have
not interfered in mere polities, nor do I re
member in that timetre have voted a full ticket
of either party. I fully believed, and still do,
that there were others whti were fully able to
attend to all political matters. All this ma
have been a grim:tons =Mr ;pan my p art, sti ll
I was honestin: my convictions, an dat the
same.- time allowed toruy.bretbern the !argent
liberty in sledding upon this matter.
dale the second proof, the alleged, editor
ship-of a Cimbrincounty paper by my brother,
it it proper to stets that he is not the editor
of any ptiper in that or any ether county.
What, befurever, have my brother's views or
actions, even if my slanderer was correct for
emu, to do with-the allegation that lam dis
loyal! An intelligent community will look
for the proofs of my dielordy, not for what
relative of mine has done. If 'loch
are proofs, Mr. W. stands in no envia
ble ht.": Ile has certainly not forgotten the
tli g t
ease -pf a -man bearing his own name, and
bornne the same parents, who deserted his
wife and two daughters in Wellsburg,. Va.,
fed; o Itichmond; and there, "al it is cur
randy re rted," laid himeelf—an elw fowl
attar of SomClern rebellion. Though this, met
by been well known to me, yetifrom feelings
.1f- delicacy and sympsth, I have refrained
from mentioning it, until I. now feel compeiled
se do so- is oeff-defatos. The difference be
tween Mr. W. and myself is this—while IL
brother pursued this oeurseaaertem of my
relatives are, or have been, in the Federal
service. Some of them have shared in the
perils and conflicts of the Chickshominy,
Antietam and Fredericksburg,' while others
have rallied tinder the flag of the noble Gen
eral .Grant. Ido not, however, hold Mr.
White responsible for the faII-fledged copper
heals= of his brother, nor do I claim aught
of honor for the acts of these fourteen. I
have simply to state, however, that all of
them hid my players and buy sympathies, and
some of them, at least, my material aid. .
The second charge made by my slanderer is
in these words: " It was hardly to be believed,
however, that Dr. Pershing would carry his
political notions Into his school, much less that
be would exhibit them in Copperleidina i yet
them. feet s are ouriently reported. In his in
structions in political economy, &e., he would
say that such and such things would not hays
happenesi it a .r.hrwer,a had been in power, or
• certain Desoneraie Geserat had been in com
mand." I hare not only copied the exact
language, but given the gentlemen the felt
banditeif his italicising: . Now if ern' iskm
lib truth-teeing people to learn that I ham we
re tousle a ohne in political -economy 14161 my
connection with' As college. The gentleman was
evidently' hard tun to make a case. Not only
,41.1 liint. teach a class in political economy,
bu: I have never taught a class in political
selen,ceinave once. The Mum was taught last
y e ar by.Prot Tohnion, and the year previous
by Miss E J. liddy. Thad far, this year, the
study : has. j ot been taken up. During the
winternf.lB6o,7. l isailbt.,&'' 011 4 8 7 1 4 political
science, using as ii. tut book "Story on the
Constitution.' Our etesent rebellion did not
commence till &espial...oi 1 861 - If i. th en, I
did make such assert ion as ans contained
above,' must have had moYs astonishing fore-,
knowledge. Truly.:setenbldug that " Dr.
Pershing" would declate thief. 0 such and such
things - Would not have Imppenesi if a certain
Denoerafir General had; been 19 , ifeeemand,"
when letinieralef either party had been yet
appeinted,,for Ow Mlepie reuses that wawa. tees
in eisidenitni . - . --- • .
'•Ha bat; mtScs (buy liNa.
,Who siervbis is not to tor reco.
But 'IC Mr.. Whit* was 'kayos =oder to
tosve,hletielf sloop-hole of wipe, not choos
ing to nuke the anomalous - his own, nor yet
hsthrgthe maim to give his antlieri whim
celled upon, it wooid not be generous in me
to bind Ates to his declaration that in teeth
smeary, I stated so and so. Ile'
shad have the full benefit of his " do." And .
I now &TOT, that at: no UlOO, in own:6
'daises in say study embraced in the college
eorticulnm, hare I been " in tbb habit," of
milking any inch Statements. Bo far from At
being cry losidt," / de nos rocoliddia Mok/OIP
040:10 airy such MMus* a asby pupa' widow' Noy
seldom Most assuredly' never. didserionsly„,
or ss a put of my class instractlonti,..l.lsive,
all snob narrow views sad political bigotry to
melt ponces as , have found their mouth-ploos
r o t Mr. J. W. Y. White. And as he endeavor
,eg co- give hie , statements the airribiayee• of
wi th . by. his ehivaircarypestsed i p sutlurds
editors ot the Maid. to. his Dun
rtor. T.; if he coiled for it," 4.41 estsb
gay deehtrations, and prove the 'fslsltycif
•he iihnirdeat meilmorry.,of ; want.
ldtr_ s _ 4 witamies.t Mat- must. truthful
P"ar,...'Notittch averments when they risd
MU I 44 '" 6 ' etetements of 'those , who have
the 6/1904soder tuit i on slues - I
been' burp els. -
catered thi " x4ll4°: ' of tbs. inudor
" The undersignedr • Ast
of IMO ark&lB6l w
tileusistriting' that we' have nev er' in ahois or in
tug to, mike any - statouterds.
part, nth as are imputed to Mt. _, 10.
of ." W," iu the Pittsbergh Gasset?'
And we may add further, tbst..wir. r.'P er °
kiss so inoodsve insikkkg of a off,ol,y,
or poiitml eharaekv... ..
Emma Orderly, Martha E. ItischirOil'," . .
dash J. Kincaid, Martha L:'Zhtiett;.*
Margret E. Sellers
aWe, themodeisigned, members of the se
aler *sees of 1843 and 1863, take -Soars
'ig addluentriestbrertothst PEI at"
0 .. 16 a Beatty, B. BAls° so _
.I.l l bf
Martha Y. Idemms.
'..:Euhry E. Elariditat
Via - et t roww,
This list could be increased were there time,
and were it not that soma of the graduates arc in
• distant States. But these are certainty enough
• to eon, ince any man who is not determined
! to believe against all evidence, and to cenvict
whether guilty or not. I ask this comma
! nay le lock at these names—the daughters,
many of them, of our most worthy citizens, in
this city so eminent for it, loyalty, and thee
decide, whether. to use the gentleman's own
o ISM gunge, I am a " Copperhead," or the author,
of such calumnies unmitigated liars. And if
to be disloyal is such a terrible crime, as NI,
all believe it is, what must be the cold-hearted
'Wally of those who in the very fever-heat of
excited political passion and prejudice, would
make snob reckless assertions, knowing, as
the must have done, that it would reach
sou, who would never learn the truth. For
snot villany there is certainly a day of retri
butiop. I imagine too, that hereafter, Mr.
W. ifiß need to tell his authors, it he expects
to be believed.
"He would permit a certain young lady to
wear a Cepperlead badge unmolested, and yet
when some other young ladies put on Curtin
badges he commanded them to be taken off."
With regard to this whole paragraph, I have
simply to state that it has never occurred to
me to examine what any young lady in the
school has worn, as neither myself, nor any
: member of tho faculty, has ever dreamed of
the least disloyalty on the part of any pupil.
As, to the stmond part, I must put it an the
same category with previous assertions. It is
untrue in whole and in part, in woof and in
r warp, in its conception and utterance. I in
dignantly deny making any such remarks to
any lady in the college.
' " When waited on by some of the young
t ladies to ascertain his loyalty, Ito refused to
answer their respectful question, put on his
dlgnity,and politely 'showed them to the door,
and his most intimate associate, it Is said, is
one of the vilest copperheads In the city."
About as many falsehoods as lines. I was
never asked by ' a committee of ladies," in
or out of the school, about my loyalty; never
I put on my dignity, and never politely showed
any, pupil the door. I presume Mr. W. has
reterence to an article which appeared some
time ago In the Commercial. I treated the ar
ticle as I thought it deserved; and as my
father-in-law was dying at the time of Its ap
pearanoe, I felt no disposition to reply. A
simple statement of what occurred, with ref
erences to ass entirely diiferent matter, will
show hew much truth there is in this para.
graph. And I may here state that I detailed
to the entire body of pops, in tho presence
of the Faculty, just what occurred en the day
; referred to, end respectfully requested to be
corrected if I erred. in my recollection of the`,
matter in any particular. The circumstances
were briefly these: At noon, on the day of
September, a large number of the pupils
came running to the office to inquire, not !
about my loyalty, but whether I would die
milts- school, in order that they might attend !
the Convention. I asked, "What.Conran
tiara" Several answered, "The Republican Convention:" I sinswered "Oertainly:..not,
as I have-no -atlthOlitY LBO= the Trustees to I
do so." Several asked, "What are your poli
tico?" I returned !the natal 'lather_ Wen
for the last thirteen Meats : " I am I, t , DifthO'
diet minister." " for Whom will yea vote ?"
I replied, " We will see about that," or some
thing of similar import. There was the lanai
amount of female that is common among
misses and children. A stranger would have
drawn the lame conelusion that, I did:that the
young ladies were far more anxious to have a
kay day's tee/allies, then 'to escorts/1f My
loyalty. Vo pupil in the College would stul
tify herself by making aurae's inquiry.
As to my " most intimate tripod," no f
name being given; I am left in the dark: 1
Among the large number 'of my personal
friends, now more numerous thee ever, it so ;
happens that. the most of them are Reptibil
case. As I prise their friendship, and' would
to lose their society, I Will gratui- '
toady advise them to keep' quiet, or perhaps
they can say* themselves by re/ling 11, tilde
for who're they cots&
And now having glyen the mop, donght.
eertalnly of the'
"Noes if those things are true Dr. Persh
ing should not, be at the bawd f the Pitts
It is 'ti sad case of • loi v iel lab° lost," that
rthei !gtestletnen ! Who here the oo trot of the
college tidal:ft appreciate Mr. te's intense
anxiety' for its salvation, and my oval from
its presidency's: Mad be been ent at the
meeting of the boitt held on B tairday, be
would have leatheil; after all his self-sacri
ficing . devotion_ to its interest., the that
. . , •
-. " Lull many a &ear Is Levitt; Moth assess."
The following action of the board will 'how
how ungrateful they are, andithat Intl, hope
there seems to be of my DinuivAl•by sugges
tions coming from him. These are men of
sterling integrity, above suspicion, and beyond
reproach: • •
Waxer" in exceedingly mischlevoris article leis
appellee& ln a meat Issue of the Pittsburgh Gatetis,
over the signature of "W.," attacking the loyalty of
the highly reelected President of the Pittsburgh Its-
Oollege, Ben. "L O. Penoltin , therefore
Dwekei. That we.the Treace. ad*
said mew, tidth this method ilatetieg to the coalman
ally oar utter dlshellefof the statements thereitimads.
We have badin intimate 'acquaintance with Dr.
Pershing, in soureinitanceslbe kns years; have bad
frequent Intertiewir with him in pehlle and hi pri
vate; tars had our daughters ander hie tuition, and
other 'means of teeming kW matimente and Mews;
and hi do Instance tarns we ever ktiowithim to utter
a disloyal sentiment or perforate tUsloyal act. On the
cm:nary, we believe that, to 'tamest of Ids &Mils
tlas, be hai aided In the ethets inaffe for the prieerva
tion of the unless` ,
Bembed, net we deem the article a rellsctlest
bpon'oursehts, though DOB'S° designed yerliapihy
the anther, andlethricen to the it:iterate alba
weds butitutien committed to oar care; and there
deem It an act of Pestles to the inattention. and
to Dr. Tattling, to glee our emphatic dual, fleai
the belle in our peemeslau, he
. We ve, In all its sail'refer to Dr. Tenbial,
It Is not only udichimons, but Mame, in Cur? and
in =ef., That we *meet she inhUntlon of these
tesolttileas in the asia:lwr , wa;s4 etsitained the
allemstion spirit Dr.
Dame at a matinee the Doard!uf Truster. hit
October 17W , llm.
Allan-grams. • • - haws W.l artier,.
Jatnan ; ; . nacos ktnewst,
Wes - .lllntham, , Seel Ora. •
, J. Elaseasia.
W. W. . b. 31. Mier, •
Peasaid -11= . W. U. Hamm.. -
Thit'Teculty of As College, nine of ;Snout
in well known In this contratutitf ; !hind
the isms feelings. The*folloWing reoolutlins
speak their' sossimenia ; • - '
Wasarrei The Timid's% of this terutoures,4l4,.
Dr.Plenmulhtgp ,has poWeirettarees wtth holdhtg
proting dliloyaissattueets ;therefore
ilembal. 'That we. . wife are hitimately.usedett4
-Wlth!Dr..renkingouthertent eche collep,
saws rtfas basing Imams him kr years, aid aTI
lag for .01m; Me ;mama whaelship,lane the mow
-paned esteem. Lot it our defy to meseiach accu
sation with slaimest volitive satithiliment dental.
Beeket.Titatf usrupreidoelt,'sither publitly ar e
privately uttered; boo m% ever awe' them hittlips
:which amid out a doubt uPahlils thiratitir is a loy-
Thet while t 120.4 0, w On to Axes sm.
lelicart -I:l i t Ma to
-shis faitaletwidairDs, bee esaotheted
in the &Mt* Made liens supytaaS otthe
lice ; to the 'trident aorme tAtir which tatiltary: ye.
vereeitive -erected him, is anainott, with alt who
love the Milos; and to the'eatinsiutteloy which te
hms shared with to when our arms hematite encase.
Berthed. That it: is dillletdribt . Mite tenon that
' the libellous charges in quirks, wen so much do.
:Woad to &am
. the pfteonal seputation Dr.
"Dsrsisthrealeintorstbsitaltantsa.ot ettileh twit.
the boomed and encomsfutPreddent.
- :-/Weetred,- Test the publication of them resolutions
In We Plusbezeh Oaanallantlatatebangw, wbteh
copied the original article signed "W," be to.
quested sea Mospleact otjtutice.
Edward John-fen. enlist
8. Amelia Scup, - W. M. Thick:Man,
nevi* A. nab, M. harrison,
C.a. Tart.) • - Seury.ltehtsch, ; •
gamma &Mock,. Idwth Mistralt. - ,
-.I give • ;WO - reentdfione; With- the greater,'
plassure,ha then pinions han.bestn_. In daily
lutereoursa , with .mot In tomsinstiamis, 'al
most from the time of my entrant* upon my
dales in the college. .„,
I trust I shall he pardoned foe introducing
,one more debtunint;:i.MlClßdressiefii
4 7,6delivaied'with but meagre time for preirtitp
'og 4 , 41 therefere; aintsined'•the simple
v ttlltileralflthds lasnted that
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no one in doubt ec to hie adherence to the
r.: n . 0 1 with rcpc...4 dem
;.. fayi. , r. M.
II 11. 1f•-r •.I Tv 1 , 6. Juo. NlrCurml• i.
L. L. U 1.0121, Log, J r.,S. t. 11.0.10.b.rrg,
Thomas Shaw, - Jonathan X. Peas:,
W. F. Caruthers, Silas IfcCarstick,
W. G. Taylor, El: Verner.
I bare a simiLar rertafieate from Res. A. H.
To. , totts, and Rev. J. C. Brr,ten. who beard me
at NlonongabelaCßl. I ran add to these Rats,
ton, it net,ssary. tt,re, good and trot
To all the,. 1. 1.1, testimony of
the pupils ~rth, ~umbertng 2.,0,
who gni, utrerawai lo the, Malt
solut ton. already puiiii4eri in this paper. I
oroil them owing to the great length of this
Much E r 1 hare trespu ioied upon the patience
of the reader,anl mortifying as it is to rue, to
drag, my private oils before the pubin., yot
general statement may not he out of plum.
My loyalty has not ,rmsisted in mere negatir
ion,. Those who are familiar with me arc
aware that I hate not been a spectator simply.
I have ondtiarorecl to share my means with
those who were fighting for the talon. The
claims of patriotism, lore and benevolence
cost ma, during a single year of tho war, no
less than 3100, and during the present year
will cost mo not a cent lose. This is indo
pendent of the sum for which I agreed to be
come responsible to aid in the improvement
and extension of the college buildings, amount
ing to upwards of sS,Q,oo,and for which I must
rely upon the generous liberality of those
among whom the institution is located. Those
who know the amount of my income will bear
record that I have done at least a fair share.
And now, baring disposed of those allega
tions, I must close. The reader will wonder,
with me, how any one could bare been base
enough to fabricate or giro currency to such
statements. My onerous and pressing duties
occupy all the hours of the day, and keep me
occupied till far in the night; still, I appeal
to the hundreds in the college, and to the
hundred. to whom I hare ministered, in this
city and elsewhere, if my country has been
forgotten at the Throne of Grace.
Much that I have given has been given in
sorb a way that I shrank from giving publi•
city to my acts ; but,!tonsoions as I was, of
earnest sympathy for the Union, and of oppo
sition to the rebellion; doing, too, as I was,
all I felt able to accomplish, end even more
than my means seemed to justify; never hav
ing entertained or uttered a single sentiment
of disloyalty—l was unprepared for the attack
of Mr. White, and felt an Indignation which
language amid not ;ewes,. I fait grieved
for in} family, so deeply &flirted, and so re
cently smitten, but who felt that a helvler
calamity even than the loss of a friend was
threatened them, by the attempt to fasten on
mo the stain of disloyalty to my country. - No
wonder that I felt like hurling back tho foul
aspersion upon my accusers.
It is possible that good and true men may
have been misled by the "current reports"
said to have boon in circulation. They may
have been imposed upon by others. But men
Ought to knee , them to bo true before the
herald them to the world, at any timo—mueh
more in times like these. I hold Mr. W. no
eointable for not giving me the authors and
this affording me an opportunity to ferret out
the guilty parties and hold .them up to the
acorn of all good men, —for the use of the
'moat offensive and opprobioneof all epithets ;
—for his want of courtesy in .not giving me
eoeae intimation of his intended onslaught,
though paning shiest, entry 'day within two
squares of my door ;— hod, twills, for his ef
forts to drag in my brother,whose nits, what
, ever they may have been, have nothing what
ever to 'tio with the gnostic& of my loyalty.
I but repeatwhat I have'nid time and again,
when I aver that I wouldreganl fluent-throat
who would attempt to take my life for my
money, as infinitely above the man who would
deliberately attempt a worse than physical
deith, by fixing upon me the foul stain of
treason. He who . would do this, would
"Piller* the palace of the King of Kluge,
And clip Lb* gilding hum an Angel's
Would cheat the Wept& wrong She dead,
And rob the orphan of amt of bread."
If this or any other community has failed to
learn my platform, and my party, I have sim
ply to say, that my platform is the Union, and
my party rho men of whatereasime, who sus
tan) it. I have repeatedly said in public and
inprivate, that the last man and the last dol
lar should be given, rather than this Cube
should be dissolved. We will go back to
Plimouth itock,und let a new generation begin
a rrw empire, rather th an that one star shall
be plucked f rom our flag, corona stripe trail in
foul dishonor. •
ad now, hulling ptittnyi . olt non the .
or d, and Met those vile /leaden, rhcie I shalt
be pardonedif I refuse to notice any essanits
of a similar kind hereafter.' Other duties de
modal( my tithe and'ill my strength. I shell
'address my#•tf to aerie ditties, leaving any
who may tee fit to febrinatesuchfoul slanders,
in the vilest company to be found in thin or
my other comutmeity.—, tears tless so them
'scram. ' • I. Q. Passouro.
The Criminal Court.
'irtioNisnrr .ArrEaxooa, Oat. 21.—Before
Judges Motto's and Brown.
Conrad Wagner, indictsd for ; nuisance, was
.doclared not guilty, and John Friend, prose
cutor, Wail ordored to pay the Multi.
John Mackey, indicted for' selling liquor
without license, was discharged on payment
of poste—s not pro. Lavine been entered.
James Kane charged with assanlt and bat
tery on oath oiElarah Ford, was acquitted, and
coats equally divided between them. '
James Cole was convicted:of a charge of
larceny, and sentenced to one Year in the peni
George Markle, charged • with assault and
battery En oath of Martin Brtiggewas acquit
ted, and costs divided betwen Viti parties. '
John 31cClintook, arraigned: on a chirp of
larceny, was declared not guilty.
Albert Whitfield, previously convieted of
asaanlt and battery; was ientenced to par a
fine of one hundred dollare,.anteosta.
' Henry S. Bhaler plead guilty 0, illegal
lignor selling, and wu dud ten dollies aid
Jacob Matz, charged with surety, on oatb of
Jobn !Sport, was ordered td pss the cee*.
dMccowis .4 Co's. Pelimaistkof. t e
now being eabibited Neeenle MU, and
the mazes interest which marked its advent In
'our elty is - Januart tut Id - aotiardett to It on
Its present visit. • Illabt
mowded'by an appasqlativai andltooe, who.
manifest their approbation by rapteront ap
plause. It is beyond, dispute! tho-ilneatiez
lotbition of the' kind' We - ever had in oaf id*.
and is eminently deserviitg of ! the lliietat`pa
Money it reeetves. limy, avant of-it
'ince eonnected with the rebellien is depleted
with masterly '. nbitlty, while! the adm le
Ammer id which it Is dosoribed OM'
otts7, briny home each of of interest to' the
hearts of, Ills saditan with electric, and im
perishable afoot. The singing by Jiro. Bow
erby lends lammed lustre to the quieter
painting of the artist, and the entsitainment
:is eminently caledisted to instruct the old and
arouse theyonog. •
Ax order bas bees lunedtrior the Wu De•
pertment 4 trateterrtouthe Pea Handle from
the Doiddistierit ot the MeethPhethee the
"Yerirtutent Of Geo;Nolley.
Os Saturday Wait las i a,loolug ooupleitars
nailed la th e bonds of marimba:ly on a tuba of
oars betwoark Ws city Ind 'Whpaltam;
Ivisoran Tcratiasionoliossors , will
Esq., County Ocrotror lin.** Gillum
BPEV AL zocAL NOTICES.
Cinnntaan Dian . " alraliti Maartnktqa
fatall7 and inannfitotwing . pnirees, are the
beat to aaa. • . ,
4. Ourcuri, (Uvula Apn4
No. 111;1111fth strut.
- Paalir t :Plata and Orsataoatal
/Slate Roofer, and dodos la Pirumaraula sad
Tennant slate of aka beet qrAfAti of 19f
ammo st Alex. Laughlin's, taiu di* Water
Works, Pittalaugh, Pa
!Mom Amuse*. at nett. eta Warms Goons,
fall molted' et neni'l Greta= & Colo011er•
chant Telloce,.No:St lastket litre*. _lt eon.
eicti 0,411 tho very latest sqlos •of sloths,
mesimeree shet westloger atesontinni of sU
Uncle of-the !wham soeUty, which
Is Waged from the' Imam biportsdons i smt
nUI bi made up to the most *Atonable end
hest manner.. Gentlemen *ablaze **oh of
geode to oiled tnimithstastlietbeenttgiiiod
- SY soY camels 04S-tiiit ant **ArT4lll;itut
"ressaltid • Pell, ircold`do :nu ore
de as eisly• I
••• - Ge*ra, Gam * go,
_Jimathat Tap, N 0.04 Nt,
laittscesizash , ao.rammaguas.
rot Fats - awn Wirral' Wu 8 - , pi &TV qT
N ENNT S
Ines la' pdst, and by the morning's frost, we -
begin to fisprehee I, that fall and oirrter rlt BY TELEGRAPH
it.rtky be upon a'. 4,1 we maul prnvido oar
arlve, with the taata•riel to keep or comfert
able. A rit-- 'tut, ne s and an 1 well
made uroreoet are the vary and we di,
not know of any 'a where our readers
would suit theism's natter than at Masan.
W. H. McGee Co'. .tothing establlslimer,t,
corner of Foderal 'truer and Diamond Square.
Allegheny. They have also recairad a com
plete assortment of gentlemen's furnishing
goods, and a great variety of new paltio - nn 1.4
Jrot Rennin /ND RZAOY voit lst.E.—The
fine assertpent of Fall and W,ntet Clothing,
lately rectiivod by Ilestrs. John Wier A:
Alerehant 'Tailors, No. 146 Federal street, Al
legheny. The stock of clothing eon s i ii t i , of
the finest variety of gents' pantaloons, vests,
mints and overcoats. Tho style of patterns is
tasteful and fashionable. de would invite
all of oar readers to give the above .gentlesnen
-icor Tux TUIXC.—Rev. E. R. Fairchild,
D. D., Montgcmcry, Orange, county, N. Y.,
writes: -Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair
Restorer and Zr!obeli/swum have been need
in my family with beneficial offecu ; and I
take pleasure in commending them to each as
have creation to nee gnat preparations."
Sold by Dragglsts everywhere. Depot, IPS
Greenwich street, New Yerk.
FACTS FOR SoLuttas.—Throughout the in
&an and Crimean campaigns, the only mod-
Mines which proved themselves able to mire
the worst Ca/011 of Dysentet7,Strt ) and Fe
ver, were nollOWlril Par and 7 intment.
Therefore let every Volunteer WOO that he is
supplied with them. -Only 2.5 cents per pot
Or I.Z. 238.
Vora DOLL/lIS, four dollars.
Four dollars, four dollars.
Dotard Institute, Dental Institute.
Best ohoap Dentistry, beet Asap Dentistry
Nu machine work, no machine work.
Ornuics and carriage mills will be taken at
the Omnibus (dace, No. 410 Penn street, day
or night. All orders left at the above Vane
wiU be promptly attended to. AU culls mast
be paid in edramoe.
Cottrtrrs end thorough Instrustion to the
ireneb Language and drawing can ho reosired
from Professor Victor Boileau, No. 98 St. Clair
street. Pittsburgh. I w
C. Sus, Desalt, ZtB Penn street, will at
tend to ell business of hie profession.
Pats:', muslin', Mashies, !Mends, £o.,
Cunt "tont it McClelland's Austkin Holm.
Dams co OM balmoral and hoop Otitis
clasp at MoOlella.nd'a Auction House.
Boots, shoos and goiters of all hinds, of
MoCleUanst's AuPtion Bonto.
PATTEILKON.--Cni Wednesday estesdng, Oct. VA,
1.842, ELIZa!ETLI TAIINER, wits of Body PAW",
Notla of funeral in amsninS [AMP.
TUE= FREE LECTURE&
Dr. A. PAIGE,
The celebrated ELECTRICIAN AND PIIISIOLO
ODIT, Ibrauxi7 of Roan, •rill hems to
caNcirawr HALL, rmiumsals,
SON ay, wariszspar AHD THURSDAY
DI , D3INGS, Odaor. 214 cod SA,
AT TIA' O'CLOCK, OK
As connected with the Mental end rhysiced
Irries and Meows of fill= N 'LIVE, ft in ItO
o to lb idol*.
adlea add °sultan:at melted to
attend. MATS TREE. So bop noattendod
their parents, nor disorder', Weems, admitted.
Also, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. loth. at a
o'clock, EXCLUSIVELY TO.LADIES, and at 7%
o'clock in theEVEXINO to GENYLIDIEN RXCL
fill ELY. A.:Mateo°, M mints.
Dr. PAIGE, in connKtlow with Dr— J. A. Mt
RICE, h., taken rOotno FOCRTEI STREET,
where they will detoto • portlaa of their tlrae to ths
arenas , - B.4JLES.
ORPHAN'S COURT RALE OF LAW
arxxxvnam -spar 'mora
-1 11. October , l,. ih; atlOwaloilka ewilt-ho told outta
tot the Borough. of isumeaceirills..brOrdar
'of Nolen Belt Administrator of Wake= Lomb,
deed, the following tweaty.etgbt deetrible lots in
the plan beld oat of homestead property, via
!i=tem lots, each haring a front of tt feet on the
Pitteburgh and Groetabarg Pik% end =tending
back 100 het toPerri, alley.
Two lots each barbs a front of TS feet 4 Inches
on the Pittsburgh andAlreenabarg Pike. and a
l:milt back 103 feet e 3 incbse.
allt iota on ti•STI 7 street, each timing a front of
24 feet and emending back NO feet to Itaintew front
Throe lot. on Libertystrectosch haring a front
of 24 feet sad extemdingback anarerage depth "of 'll
feet 1034 inches.
One of at the - Okner of Liberty etseet end Pair
view alley, basing a knot of 103 het T lathes on Lib
lartyc *trek and 113 feet 10% inches front on Felt ,
True or !last.—Onothlrd nab; sod even nwidne
in twoeval payment &trine and two years. with M
oron, secured byjudgnamt bond.
Plans of the property may be bad at the Audio°
Booms, No. 14 PM skied.
oca DAVIS& aIcILWALVS. Anct`re.
VALUABLE IMPROVED CITY
I PROPERTY.—On TVZ3DAT rig:NINO, Oct.
27th, TEN he eoldono the mooed floor of the Cono.
usercial Pelee goons, No. di FM creek that begs
Brisk Wareborme now gmcgidod by Ifewera. - Eversou,
Preeton £ Co.. eligibly siturad between Wood and
klarketatreets, baring a Rout-of 30 bet on tbellos
nongehela Wharf, ask egtentUng beck MI bet to
Prow street. poneaske given let of April nut.
Ira the elegant three-41m7 brick dwelling hot"
occupied by Het: Sophia Grant. aitaata ort Daum.
Way, Comm of Tuna silty, with a trout of NI km.
end *standing book 240 hot to alO ken alley. The
boas has all the modern cotivenianoes, with large
rd, and doehletetable attached. Poseneket Siren
LL of April nut, or maser U
Alto that handsomely dniehed thrteretory brick
demtlbsg house, situate on Peas Ear Hp Welt.
how oocupled by tin. brut. The lush huts 21
Mt On Pont street, erleadhog tack 112 lest, to a It
bet alley. • She-boast bin eteellent re nit, and pos.
eessideo gime lot of SlyrU..
• Also the three-story Inick dwelling bum now ec.
reptad by John B. licTiddeo.ru.; sib:Mau Peso
-sett skulk 'Molnar Is WA *abed, cows.
abate std in tiseelleett Poesseelon gime la
of IlmU nut. .
-The tame erol be tildes kaimbie, atel itnitunad
• a Ws. :Tartutber_sertliwitstriVoir lama 11.
lianecilt, 10 Wood strut. -
;44e111 DAVIS & lIeILWAINB, Aact`re.
'MECUM'S BALE Or CENTRE
1,44n51:11t PEOP1081T.:-.1ki 111100 DAY 13Vt.
1/1333, - Oct:37tb. K 73i - o'clock, will be mold, cc the
soma emelt tbs Cloataierclel Belo .Ikoms, Va, 81
filth street, b 7 ceder of )01toottiore.lke lase midst*,
of Ms. Apse bride, I. tbs. Seem* Ward, as amo
k* Mesa. The tot retains* feet *sat otiOintrs
Arenas, extetellag tielktbe• Akio end% 103 - bat to
Doman Meet. Ilse bran tt doable elereetory
wick doelltogoasstelnlicitianice343B,lllll3 Piret,
WAS rime, bet sire aid woe - at: A.l l O a goal
brick stable sad ratable oet te maim
Also, sliest mart) co _orippood ocia. et the
earner of Own silage slid Mil'street, lbw
rritiletoo OHM Vent; seatsletekloo Wet Wan
kontres Mitre am= sad setae dtke book the sum.
width *nerd. Dom greet 138 kit skew Us it:
Trio-oolouarrak reMdtbe to 12 ikoatbs.
Interest, sksinst by sof •
-- 111. 111 Monte V .
o . Trisort ini/1 4OccaC 2 734 o'clock
will be %Mon tbs second now el ins • voinsonsana
nalssliooran. 611 111th sow,* *ler or um
Pannont:Tni., • Trasto, sus tizaitee'COMoll7
Illogeb Boum, bang lot NO. 0 La Jobn 4. w o od,.
ow of swats se thisumed Station; on en
Pisnibseiblt Ossunilinals'ltelrols4 ' Antall sp..
Ors sad Ulf Wks &tat ass 07:ml ontlelning
Isliklonno Bon: Oscar DOW HAI • • • M.
103 p•robile. minas twisty; So no lb. pm •
'an obtakis Inibrassq# 00 4163:4147 so 21.. In •
Tains—Ool•tbardiosak. Winos two,
tbUrsad ent yesreoesst -
wenn. wand DJ •• ..
snd martins. `••• '
oda DAVIT& kkiLWAIIS3. Anst'
PRIVA.TE .LIBRARY AT.:AUCTIO.
—on MitiltsDAT ETZNIMI, Oct stby, as
eskeiti+the Masonic auctteu ilouse,*lll •
sold, a vaulty ,et.Boob, , embactui-11.
Misery goglaud,9 Ellluusa'a Otbbaul •.-
8 ",1 3; wad; I std* TAM A.Pese9Wodss.
3 To% warka,9 inals;Clbasubisti•• Itheasay.
9 tabu Goldamlthl stsdatatad NU 4 'lldrDtukte
tit= Tog:Makes D Mt* Ulu"
by Opting. 2 +nisi burro , Bal , 91ad-
Ise's Past* Works; also the warts nt , Xltfant
Earths; WI. 'an* • larlt u nrdifi ud- pocks tat
suutoseste* , : Wlll' ba M Ufa on Thursday
aftwuon. • T. A:MaCLELLA ND. stater. -
, o n ,nampnr- EVZ2.1160, 4 Get. CNN or%
o w oc k.
viii wow. Door of the Co n ,
: sa w imam , 111 Ab stank' w velhablo
- baNtogico, 101111m6 dant* 40 hot owl of
Mho anakbotog heft OM :oo.COotre
mom, sad siondlOg bo' thalami ioidth
awl inevrimoittli - totooollimol , botol sad.
martillelv Dana ilistrawAVOLUolls"
00/0/2 413 ;— .10 ,0 00 '16 0 4
jaw ' olk lot a ._ kischstioattre.
beN364 ‘ • --+ lileri,strati,s*
4441 the Plttatutrsl - . :waseita
C7 ^ 7
Tar rem •val Itc.ccrans, ^..urre,
rid:Ai:hit - , the si.is o.z, ti r ,. f general ;Is
cuss. ion, and tho paii'icace uticah my staled
to ascertain its reasisal, and up :c this
jog, sc. , of die - try higlicrt
otEctais were e- .scat incorning
It. The streiets hare tory that Itosecrans
had LP our t; tti oci,:cur be.:l attacked by
epileptic fits in criticsl per., ds, and that it
wa s Collt ouirtfe to leave the
comma in hit Boni., i.ut this it absurd. It
is tory weli harm that Reseal-tine relas.ca
with the ‘Var Dapartmest arid with the
have not been oordial fur
a long time. Afar the .)furfrcesbore battle
there were serious catuplaints of his display
ing the want of presence of mind, and the
Government found (suit with Lis failure to
move rapidly upon Bragg ,after that battle.
It is also certain that hi.e movements upon
Chattanooga was censured as be•.og tot slow,
and It Is intimated hero that hss subsequent
movements were regarded esi having gone to
the other extreme. His correspondence, with
the General-in-Chief, particularly after the and consequently we hare bad roads
last battle, was said to be somewhat sharp, ;Horace Maynard and Parson Ilrownlow
Lad to lay the blamo for the director upon ware serenaded by the.bani of the 44th Ohio
the Gorernment fur not properly supporting Volunteers, accompanied by an immense eon
him. It seems certain that the removal has , course of soldiers and citisons. They, made
been under contemplation for some time, and characteristic speeches. Both endorsed the
that th,, p re side n t has bee. gradually mak- administration fully, and announced their In
uits up his mind to it. Prominent officials', tentlon to maintain It. They favor immedi
have said that, when the correspondence ate emancipation in East Tennessee. The
comes to he laid before the public, there will %martinis Bulletin abdicated in favor of Mr.
be a general feeling of relief that Roseerana • Prownlew yesterday.
Is nu longer Intrastud with the responsibility E.soxviLte, Oct. 21, 1803.
of his late command, bat this was what was .1111(tary matters unchanged.
said after Flocrbeiris remove', too. ; Cannon was heard below Loudon yesterday
Tat Ilt) -CLADS 35 4",,5G1..1.XD.
Private. letters received to-day from Ens
land by big l 6➢rcrnmeat °Metals say that.
Air. Adams has taferustition that Mr. Laird I
had been apprtsched by tho Banish govern
ment with a prupoii:iun to on; the rebelrams. , The Texas Expedltiou--Ilahks and
So refined, saying that he still had hopes of ; I n' a Ge ' l •r ima t e4 a t the Meath of
getting theta out for the reliefs. The sows of
A !ire , Toiti,,Out. 21.—The Port Royal New
Wait seizaro, of eillitlo , aue.specteiliy closets : u t h o °wi thi n , the f o ll ow i ng ;
this or any other negotiation for Mr. Laird . The U r S. steamer Bionviile, of the Western
run ILIZELIS RIII'VLELD. Gulf Squadron, touched In this harbor on her
On Monday last Kilpatriek's cavalry divi- i w m ay i r . t r o P t hi in ia t tel i p g hta for repairs . She brings
II en . ce, which had been re
gion, in pursuing Lo o t army, crowded Stuart's coined at Sew Orleans just before her duper
cavalry beyond Gatnearille, in the direction tore, to the effect that a grand expeui.iou, un
-of Warrenton. Considerable righting occur- dor Major Gen Banks had effoctod • junction
. at Point Isabel, Tones, a email place at the
red, hut very little loss betel oar troops. ' month of the Rio Grantlo river, with two corps,
agolLl• roace or RAMIE-VTOL ono under Franklin and the other under a
A large force of Lee's army was believed to Major General whose name we t. did Dot
.io t i ttei ti
be at Warrenton on Monday, tied,tied,bed formed 1 will
g l i v e e ee3 X U L o a cc a u b t r ati t o ti . n ~ lc .. ..
. n of
in battle array and posted their artillery to Brownsville, which is opposite by...remoras,
check the advance of Meade'e forces. . I Mexico, the grand entrepot of the rebels, from
OLS LIMN aDrANCING. ' I which munitions of war and needed supplies
are transferred across the Rio Grande to the
Dux troops wore moving steadily on, their former place by small boats.
columns being so disposed as to.prirvent oar- I A large portion of the Confederate cotton
prise, and to demi oat the enemy. • , Which has been sent to Europe to purchase
NO REBELS AT TBOROCOHiARG 042. , supplies has passed through Brownsville to the
, • angl ranner
Br4ord's division took the road thsongn : Me o-mbel blockade
x i„, s „ s id o o f sh e Hsu, a lying on the
or caurse ,, oisr cc .
Thoroughfars Gap, aria found no enemy there. ' oupation of the town will effectually put a stop
Due lose in killed, wounded and missing to this illegal week, and at the same
, t t ime
was about two hundred. Several wagons, still wth ?tibi em a % oar b . loclia n de o l r to m el
a " tt a ers h the no
on* 'of which contained the °Bolsi papers oil Cupation of Texas will have en important
the brigade, wore captured. bearing. It will enable the government to
At one o'clock to-day several ui our corps keepvery a
oderit powerful - ofthe c corps
f observation o
rnci a on the,
ware reported marshier it
1 - aie ' t the enemy, i Lions in Mexico, which may be made very
antl'a battle wad considered imminent. : available to case our complicated relations
:LNLITruIINT .or craves so N.LitTL.aND. i with Nspoleon shouldrosult in a war with that
A' ntimbor of alaveholdars from Prince : grasp t . g
) tor l ' ..Ln d . Da ti P a r tlll, P i:l e n d a p y o s active and over
Georges county, Md., called on t h e President : victorious, will soon be In possession of all
lately, romenktrating against the enlistment : the linportantpoints in Tamarind practically
of slaves, and objoctiog. to tho manner In of the entire Staid.
whieh the colored it Is undorstood that smother amps of his
colored soldiers eams to thorn. 1 g with him from tho tibia
Ther4rorldsor asstu'ed them timt.theros , nera I u o yi 7 o i lgi t re . g e d Ri
of the soldiers should Le tookod *nor, but re. I We anticipate v g c lo t r e iTl i u Ai r7. 6 . lrs from that M.
mutts ho must bare. httootttiggoortst brooxtitesoter.
'10400 . 11 TORRLIID 110•11/21rt
The resent forward movement of General
Itside Is exprained by a remark of Sir. Lin
oolit's on Saturday. Ile said .11Oade mast at
talk, sad if he gained 4 victory, be should
hare all the credit; if ho was defeated, he
(the President) would a/man all the responsi
an. mums's suroar.
General Burnside sends to the War De
pertinent, under date of the 17th Inst., his
report of the brilliant affair at Blue Springy.
Lie attacked tfio enemy there on the 10th; and
rifter I sharp confliot drove him from his posi
tion. Pursuit was kept up by Gen. Shackle.
ford. until the rebels were driven completely
out of Tennessee, taking the fort at Zollioof
for. The long railway bridge and five minor
strnetares were destroyed, besides three 1000-
motives and thirty-five care. Our loss was
one hundred killed and wounded. One ha
ired and'•fiity rebel prim:ten wore captured.
rag UM, ILILITaRT CIUNGILS or wtaT.
Seeretary Stanton% visit West Is believed
to Wive had 'something to do with the recant
Amiga. ,lle met fieneralGrant at Loulav
mad had s long conforenee with him on the
foam; movements in that department. Ohl+
ens and . other Western man hero, of count,
regret Resecrans' removal, and giro no credit
to towns for It that Imply anything prejn
total to the genorallavorite.; still the fool.
ing on all hands is that the qorerrnnent moat
have, kid some .good reasons for eo grays an
act, and.lt detenninatiOn is enprpssed to sue.
pendjudgment until the facts are hall, elicited..
• • . oEEBLI U.
Took hissoat to-day as Prestdoot of the °outs
Mudd roaaatly presided ore! by &Mal
pre GOLD DOPOSIZI DLSoarstaL
New and inoroanse gold deposits have been
disoierld within a short distance of Colorado
river, and about ninety miles' north of the
Orrfriand Mall route to California: The places
mein dry gulches of the mountains.
' the teentimy of Siiithson Banker's own wit
smiles before the Court martial, to-day, is said
to be very damaging to that individual.
1 umtarros or °mesas as urra.
Tbelrar Deperizient'aisinnees that a 4e
eiatlation of : cache:op having bean announced
by IL puld, Commtnioner of XroltaloP at
Jil4moird, datod I3ept. 12th, 186;,, it is botchy
deophred that alfthe ofdoers and men of the
VOW Statoaarmy eaptursd Mid paroled pre-
Ilona tchhe "let of September, i6sg, are Mali
eitehanged; and they'Loa ordered lo Join their
respeetizo regiments immedately.
From Havana—Reported Daath of Gen.
! Foray—Porto PLato antirod.
Now Toos;Oet. 21.—Tho stoma "Orool o
from Huang on tho 10th, hal stria& Vets
Oros, data of thilsi containtio now, Om
Forty had not yet arrived, et Ammons, end 14
was rumored that be had.dlod of yellow form
Et. Domtogo data* of tho 12th ors.received,:
rt, is nrobablo tho Island.will bars to hosbotn t
&plod by tho 'Spaniard:: • Pott9 • Plato
boon Inroad by,the r0b01ir,,340 ; . has siits b,,
Whoa n goTerionent aballorso,
• --;',lrregOilii.t.Clo,ol4oy.:. •
witalgsgtop legorAni r staso.KonOs thotAssr:
Meado is to bo• star reedod i by an. B o d v a
or ben , 1314. 11 *,, ••
Atc&;:ti,"°t . ,, , :', 14 .4i%!.fr4#0.!' I
paper aid ' ehgMl 'tog:.
• 117oAusl0< wasfor-Ositeat. 3 4
ft. - t roors 1
EiLeesaUedlit rediriv ins
bis revisttuad4r!tiato of 'dothUtbibtat!t4ll
tittio-,M. , F. -4 4727 - ,,1r. - 7.-nmv ,
it —tztt.,;,7l-7.1.,er Mete
of the Departmenu of Cl:tube:l=d, Tel:112013.11
and Ohio, to ha tic th. ,maitary
Gen. Tuomal, at as reported. ,1 to command
too army of tr.., Cal/lb.:land.
Gon. Booker ie at S•aven‘on, Ala
net. Edvriz.-. L. Stahtert, hers en a
special tra;n anu le the gh,.t ofJhdge Carron.
Thore Wad a large aa,eintilag-o of citileni at
L. Cloud Iliad, Whe.e short speochea
wero dolirciod by Gue.34linneu. Guns. Grant,
There 'eat a rallrod I accident near Mllr
fientor3, killing and wounding eei-aral.
The telegraph is working to Chattanooga.
The riror Is falling hero, with about fire
feet on the r.b.nals
spea...llstqwww. to st. ricubunsh assets&
Kxoxvlsis, Oot. * 2O, 1843
East Tertneestie la onoc more cleared ofrebols.
General Shisokloford, on the advance, pursued
them ten miles beyond Bristol, destroying the
bridge over Beaver crack and the railroad.
Also, throe locomotives and Arty oars beyond
the south fork of the Holelon. We hold the
line from Bristol to the aewa.seee.
There have boon eonstarit rains for a week,
for some time.
A rebel cavalry roll was made on Woolford's
rear, and a battery was captured. No losses
in killed; twelve wounded.
The railroad is clear to Bristol.
Fight at Ilftte Springs, Tenu.....Th •
iicbela Driven Completely from the
State... Railroad Bridges, Locum*.
fives, and Cars Destroyed.
KsOZVILLII, Tone., Oat. 17.—T0 Hof. at..
Haikek, Washington On the Bth Lust., the
enemy held down as far as Blue Springs, and
a cavalry brigade of ours held Bull's Gap,
aupportsd by a Small body of infantry, at
Morristown I accordingly dispatetedabrigade
of cavalry around by Bogenville to intercept
the enemy's retreat. A considerable body
of infantry and artillery' oved to Ball's Gap
on Saturday, the lOth inst: I advanced a
cavalry brigade to Blue Spring, where the
enemy wee strongly posted, and offering stub
.beru resistance.. Skirmishing continued until
about S o'clock in the afternoon, when'r sent
In a division of infantry, who charged aid ,
cleared the woods, gallantly dining the enemy -
In oonftuion until dark. During the= night
the enemy retreated precipitately, leaving
their dead on the held, and the moat of their
wounded In' ur hands.
We pursued the enemy In the morning with
infantry and cavalry. The intercepting forei
met them at Ilenderson'e;hnt owing to a mis
understanding withdiew,And allowed them to
pass with only a alight 'check. The pursuit
wan continneditntil evening, when I Withdrew
most of my hifaitry, aid returned to this
place.Oen. Bhaoltleford, with his erralu and
a brigade' of infantry continued the PlFilitt
the enemy making a stand at every impoitant
bat be has driven them completely
frOm ths,l3tate, captured the forts& Laicals,.
and bunt the long railroad bridge there, and
gee other bridges, and destroyed 3 locomo
tives,. iiia:s4xt 35 eats.. Els advance is now
10 m iles beyond -BilstOL Our loss at Blue
Springs, and in theTpersuit, was about 100
Wiled and wounded.. Thii.snetuyi ton wow
ciondombly gnaw.: Abop,t 150 Mows,
were tAken. "[Sigted,,
Military Order Regardhig the Nevem.
bar Election In -Miceoush
Sr. Loon, Oat. 21.-401. Schofield ha s is
sued an order" for.the government of the . No
?amber election in thisl3tate. ' Tho Jidgcs
the elsetien will be bold strictly" rorpousible.
that none but qualified voters be snowed to
vote, and any action on thole part eicluding
qualified v4.ters from tho polls, trill' bi - pinc7
isllsd u a military onus. Any person,bar-.
• log borne arms against the Government, and
_given ald and comfort to Its 1121 6 / 1 1101 . 'during
the present rebellion, sad whonballprestune to
sot arjudgos or clerk of liald - election,snd any .
oounty Judge who shall- knowingly
finch s personas itidgs' , of the Election, will
bs defined plity of a violation of the router
ordeis, , ata -punished - scoordin - 07. - ; - P2 th - deo,
puts of the State where there is danger
terfounce ,b,y, guerillas or.combinations, t
persans;-interideCto overawe or Wind:Wu
loyal voters, the tullitarecornmanders are di
rected to prevent inch intstfirenee; but wbere
soehprotootion is onissoostaty, the troops will
absent thorosstres froat.the poll entirely, end
ate pe rmitted to"eoto only et the polls Opolla,
haedgnartgza,"their;roil:oWe*, 'tamps or do-
The Murder 'of tient. Whito.
gAunsoas, Oct. 21ri-.lnforutation reached
tiers today. of the murder, on Tuesday, of
Lieut. White, of the-11. 8. eoloted..segiment,
s whielLb now being of hited by:Col.
agar Benedfotket.llMis 'ootaity.' The per-,
petratorwas Col. John IL-Illatistiot, aprons.
snout slain oiroor:qf .that eognty. Me
tenant, With'''. Squid of his company, was seat
Col.'Zirisey to,Ttenedist,oss liondaitoOLt
fain reernitigliearimg that ./Itstheron had two
of his slaves tied up to keep them from enlist
log, the. Lieutenant p did'. to' &therms's
houser and;ottered Om - Mita- to lie sebum&
' :Botheven and hislson ternied, - and , abated tho
':/dentithant'artd - ituietetied*l
Wog heavily wised. •L 1, titenantligilt6 then'
lift and proomsdedicercileld-'wherti• several -of
%therms', 'levee Ward at - misik,lfollisese
- the father and ems, who demanded his obleo;.
the other repiledtherhe wagthereto enlist
-all that were 'it.;,lll9osed.., akiter ems more
:absinthe Bothirmadobliieitilat - they - would
bathe Lieutenant, - matted - their gear spar
the 404 ' . bitettifyz wounded. Nis
bodY.Wilattought.ha a re lest exist dog, and far,
Inollettlibilifittead `Sfeeisehtutette. -- The
I tOrIKI : er 1 11+ 1 .
r , .. , 14 !zz,c
A trrikEessfill Htpea.tHou;.:—ParsnA
r ulo w an 3 H
T mar.tia to E.= ca m Jon
SS!, that ••k. Onft , tt•ltTir• "
p..1(10 . 0, ten. „.
Easton blete,., • -
ing of detachments of :no
t', to, Sas returned, brir. tr•
ers, sixty I , ..troes, fifty izaz...
the loss cf a tarn. Els.ete: - .: Ern— • -
ty ottl cleared of rebel:.
that we hold the coon for ICOM, •
Parson Brc , wn;,.-
tnadospoeches in K DO, La le. can
en , lors an; the tirclns.:r:c../:,
Meadc , o Arms Advauchig
Army of the Potomac say
0..1111 advanced to within three ir..!rs
ranton, and the left column as fLr
trial village. Our advance coerce
tonwtthoat aorions oppeeitice,Coli,rary
general eapeotatiun. The
the cohola are really Tettvlti - a; 17
The railroad is b tact to 11 enairai
and Gebeasille on the Mentssas 2:1
the telegraphio itS
The Eight cu .q end ay
WA.setNotog, Oct. 21.—Gen. Co.c.ar roieorth
that in the cnanement of Moniay ere arcaen
the robot cavalry from Gait-iv.l'e tc bcyrkad
Rockland's :dills, fire mar.;
this point Gen. Costar's forces en.,..intvrcii o
rebel line of battle, of infantry ani: 3r err s
at JOY:. a mile long.
Gen. Davit' cavalry a battery
ware at one time entirely cut off kS
els, but be auoccaded in estricaiing
We lost about mu bloodied in 1. dad,
woundod and missing, cal several oug,,us,
oneof la•hichi CO/It-Tilled the omcialpapera of
Additional Foreign Noir3.
2icw Ton, Oct. 21.—A C..oastacitirtople Led
°gram Lays the Porw :
'lleum ?AULD. tr.tovr,a
lion of Lilo cliMeuits.
The Paris correspondent the 2:..0 says :
lookod npou ni a city.
refusal rather than an oscepanee, as lie as'as
conditions that will bo
CoUon has advanced ..k.'";.(o.c. Lre , id+ l,l ffs
steady. Provisions firm aad
93@V . .3%. I.C. lU@I 7 discount. Eric of ( cgifg.
ALBANY, N. 2L—J„lic V. L. rJ uy It,
received the Democratie nouiloation for Lida
gross in this district, to MI the vacancy uo
essioned by the resignatien of Erestus Lot tat: g.
Tho quota of this butte, un'ior tiro ?rest
dent's last call f0r300,000 inert, has Loon fixed
Markets by 3:4lc,;raph.
Maw You., Oct: 11.—c.ttou at enafic.
Flour heavy, and in k y ris•
tra State, and 5i:,70ig6,90 ho It 11.1 I mitt,;
Whisky firmer at tl;n23l.4:c—r:..ing ! n!., tti.rot
dull. and 'Zit/Mc lower, nt 81..,;Eigi. tor ('
Spring, 61,47(01,,11 for DI flur - Ik,
fur Amber lour, no d $1,:,A,1n5i,:i8 (or 'donor lied
%Vadata. Oat. l o o n r, Wtth a o ten kr o te
new doing at 75 . (47634c,. closing at 7 , 42,-u.
quiet. Pork heavy and lower at $14,nnLien14..726 . :or
uld !tam, $15,114016 for New Mess, dining at .14,15
.11,73d12 for Now Primo, and
fir Near - Prima Dawn Sides quiet. Lunt
mad lower at nyiaLN.
Sew York Stack and Money Market.
Nate Poax.; Oct. 21...-lloney to a shade firmer.
Starling Exchange dun, decidedly lower and nominal.
at 1609161. Geld Irregular, wasottiod and too to
opening at 4634, detllnhag to 435, adranelug to 41..3e,
and elceing don at 443 i.
The Parda, for Lirerpocl. to-day, waled out U61,-
1176 Oa specie.
Govan:anent Mae firmer—U. S. to, '6l, Coupoas,
Tu. Oen. lictip....---126)c Goading-
C..t. P.- ... tinvattl fit
C. a. .... .. tr. Y. o t
P. Ft. W.a 6.T.5. fa, el, Ckmpor.a.litrd
A. T. c. S. 1 par act' t...—. Irifyi
Parcanc_ Oct. 21.—Plour doll at 1: - ;.,) , (37.;' ,
for Bupertino. Wheat dull at 61,654 1,54 far W1.1:..-
cod 11,60 for Rod. Core quiet: 3OW b1.1,1r,b
sold at $l. Oats rtaaly at tay9a2r... Pror 4 suna to ot.
llou Pork at 616,00. Latl. firm.
E1...1.7131011/, &lobar g ict ¢t 26,24
Horan' Strad Super - floe. W6ut arcluiy at 51,55
hisky ,e 3 for
doll. &catgut. Cora-Lrmand bartrr denzarr.,‘
Tapas a setiontery habits, treabtal vitt: week
ems, lieattsds, pipits:Pp of the ham, huh or
palls, distress otter eating, torad Ilia, eatetipe.
•dettortti to Pau if they win not ir7 tho
WhLit recommonded by the blzhot medlmi
itenbarithee, and b erarrattod to produce an leunedicee •
bsanack3 effect. They are accoodbnly sarenbla
perfectly part, end on mapetnede all other um., ?a ,
wham a healthy, gentle itimulent to relltdred. "
Tbey ntnnigthan and larionate.
orate healthy 4.014 •
They amp in 'antidote to chazuge or water and dlet.
She] oeekneente dieing Or aissii.ottoo and lani
They strength' n theAatiM and millron the anir;tl,,.
TUT Prerent mtannatioand IneeMaltnihi s coca ye
They portly. ths 'breath sad acidity of dm stonnac.h.-.
They ace Dyipepata and arsittraitiza. -
Shy cum dberrhaa Matra satlcholare-tforben:'
They eurs'Llesr Complaint mad Serrourtituduelts.
They make the weak ser
u eelhe lingald osilmat,
and are ezbananed oanno's great resunnr: Thty am
4011:1;posed of the celebrated CaibupaAmu*, inner.
Armen, Sassafras, roots and herbs, ell preserecd'ln'' -
perfectly pore Bt. Onals.Eum. ror partied:a* ne '
arced= and tesetaxedala. around each bottle.
Benne Laporte.. Lumina grey I.entle. , See
that It bat D. B. Barnes' aliOneniv an ne prkat 1L :
B. Stamp near tin corki trial, plan:aeon acme,- and -
oar trm elvtatere on a Seat etoel ease engraving Cu
aide label bee that nor been -bs
iparkant and dolateriaca Leff. We day
to match the tuts orcharactere oar 1930d11.:" . 4r
panel prebintling to- ccll,2,liuitatiou Bitten ,
velem bet. is at; iropoater. Wnaoll easily . ,
our log ado totem, 'Any person tneteing flat-
betlibbehilll.4 any other.aiaieriaitherein. abntlur
_lad Plantation Bitters a? n.ar; Ea • criteria undo!
the U. s..letw, and irffl be so priisecatied by us._W9 ,
:gm* ban our aye no tali wee 'to-Ailing
borth•, - go.; who will =mod getting' en-marina
into dm gearbirs. She demand for Drakes Plan
ashen "Sittall [ten Ldici, airgynien, iueictuuip, —.
C.. It patiently !needle& Iturattople trial Of' 14
, botch to eh eigeirecwiintaihibf .theirerorili end
Imatart.tr..%Thq are sold by sill nespectailail
ilhitreriAthlnbrPk/Ilteareee bottle. Steamboat arid_ •, - "4
P: IL . DELLEE4
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' t -7 • 4 , - Ciamor '' thalthAsid . stairouTth etreets-..?
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orry.ashibtterta,sm tizteranuo t a
sellf • '• '3cerralAsarkretA,-4..j
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BCalt Erl=3o-21:rahraarl attulaasin tur 41 , 4
basa ditarcultatrealta la mi.. amrtlamalter nazi
duping all tbassral. =atlas aaa Irr,ertaari."4.4 , ;
sirs modal of traatarazt„ wltS'ant imarcat, caialdarit?- 7
asalaa`Aalf,aa aapazzahiaco Octed
reiOttaeittaCkf,ol, of Mi. ricut, &A pa roc9lPt
sria -**4o4 0m?.?2 , .
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assipfingo,l:4l, sptcig t ; 3,IO . A€AL:'
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