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;. iiisioxo the carious applications ofehemistry
and solenee to ordinary pprations, on axial
' Rirrigentor. Viitlithiis - loutitry , immllieifr Ito
cannot. obtain keep prirrislons cold
e by evaporation, The nekigerabiS giving,dr9
cold air and sabot, cliau proTA Xuamixxi
obtained eithar-tram ice, Ice melting, or ovep
In addition ta this is a filter; which
. purifies-Abe water already usod.--Cteretand
Ltaderaiept, 224 1863 i) • • '
On exhibition •at la St. Clair street.' 800
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CITY AND SUBURBAK:
From Saturday's Evening Edipo,ly.
-Allegheni-cotinly Teachers" .Assacl
, z A troralal• - radating oitthle ring
Ins the disetistion on
pdvita gIYP 47 .el'KrikPli , of Manoboe
.4,,i', ;Ur, 0n.t14 n4paysa -Kt of inotrnetion
7.l l o4. o nof.Parrig.4 eta cool& not AIR of 81:10
c ProL Kidd was their Ithrodueed, - -and
--dlscouteed at leigtkandln the Moat eloquent
manner, 4ion the advantages of elocution-,.
how important tb lenehers ' 'loathe; hon.
beneficial to all;• hoW - Conduifie to health;
'giving strength to the =Hetet of the throat,
to the lungs, and development to . the
chest-wtrhuthe ordinary - manner of reading
~I,,,ifithlhottansdalittered high in, the throat,
has a most diloterions,effect upon the human
.aunititution, andJa it.taniroo,of disease and,
dilbilitatien of body,.
Case of a. , cebsbMh;cl,-
General now lb air; Muth .upon than_*. • months treinidg , had ie..niroiteiedTtha more
•dilHcult combination of ' - eletaiiiitalY deuatit,
1 that public reading 'rind •tailitlespeoking lid-:
He then pineeeded to take,nftlieblemen
,. tory parts of, elocution, separately. its show:,
ed the errors-common to. ger:schools and the
I method of ourroetdag.
The first subject, was, Eadical stints, which
. he•lmPtY Ott,
' ittYstea, the Al°o' interesting ;
" autiney„ofted optividaitig his large audience
' • 'with laughter,sied now Carrying them away
with his subject to the different stagei of in
, tonna; enthusiasm,''admiration and delight;
he- lald: prominent stress upon the necessity
of being perfectly natural in reading; and so
.delivering the sentiments of .the author as to
convey the idea that the sentiments are our
own--in ono word, to merge our own individ
uality in the , ideal personification.. Thorn are
no rules fot thia--diacrotion mutt be our
Then' fellowed'a - numbet of charming inns
;rations: . "Scandal and' Tea;" "Orattan's
• Eeply to Mr. Corry; " "The Frog on the
'Stumpf' ", Hamlet's Instruction to the Play
- es; "Old Dog Bowser;" The Hee. • Mr.
At the close a unanimous vote of thanks
was tendered to Professor Kidd for his exceed
ingly interesting and instructive address. '
• The Local - 011 ,Tndp.
The' Oil City Register contains the following
review of - the locat market fot: the Meek ena
On the day after our last issue a heavy rain
'set in, which caused holders to be firmer in
their views. But both the. river and creek
:very PbsOnitatr refused totrise: This put
'holden ba'ck d little — imd thirtiniket for the
E r o e l s d e e n n t de
are tolerably firm. g o ro th me b t, though
sellers are holding-off 'he're, the former not,
liking to buy on a declining market, and the
latter holding on in the hope of a better slate
ofAttfairs. The advices from every paint are
decidedly unfavorable, and for the first time
linen July the buyers have the' advantage.
The tran.sactions hare been very limited. Wo
heorof AtiLoll . nettle at the Sherman Well.at
50 . per belie]; also a sale of 200 barrels at
this point on,llonday, on the wharf, at $8 50,
barrels ineltztled.. .11 - e - Agive iii,the range of
prices ai tha-wella; frum--$1 to - $5 Ter ,barrel,
and $5,a5 50 at this point.- The market closes
inactive. Freight to Pittsburgh $1 25 per
"'The" Moater Says The Oil market continl
.1103 to :rule dull and inaetive. Buyers and
producers had widely different views and con
tessions'must be made by both parties before
any any great amount of business can be dodo
at present. We beard of sales yesterday„ in
balk, at this place, at ,S 5 25 per barrel, and
$8 25, packages included. It is ,impossible to
give currectqluotations while the dealers are.
playing "See-Saw." During the latter part
orient week we had considerable rain, but not
sufficient to do no any good.
GIL %Yard Weaten by Steved§.
A five-mile race,in shell boats, for $2OO a
side, took place on Thursday at Poughkeepsie,
between Gilbert Ward, (brotherpf4Josh,) of
Newburgh, and William Stevens, of Pough
keepsie. These men had already rowed
against each other, Ward winning twice) and
in this match necessarily there .was considera
ble strife. At 12 o'clock and 4 minutes the start
was made,. Ward gaining a slight advantage,
by a mlistroke of Stevens which load he main
taltitid.fal reaclecr the upper stake boat,
neither party gaining or losing up to this
point.-. Thus far the race was as pretty and
interesting as could be desired. Iu turning,
Stevens seas quicker than Ward, an advantage
of groat value, which shin Stereos ahead by I
minute and 5 seconds, which lead ho never lost
again, winning the race and purse in-39 min
utes and 53 seconds. Ward did not show any i
sttength at all on the home-stretch, losing by
nearly Jialta mile. Ms arma gsve,out„ and
ttie home ince being against 'l5 heavy flood
tide, hue made no appait-effort to keep up
with Stevens. An effort was -made to get on
another;mateh between the man, tat Ward's
friends wanted the odds of -$230 to $2OO, the
match-to uiteli tcl be rowed at, Newburgh. This Ste
venebeciers would not agree to, their man
havlift already . been bratbn by Ward l ,..and as
challenged party, they claimed the choice of
course to be rowed over: It is not unlikely,
however, that.another match will soon be ar
Allegheny Volley Railroad.
A change has =been made in the tinie of .
tanning the trains - mythls road, Whitt: the
publiet trot:lddo uelito note: •On and after
Monday, November 2d, the trainfirill Fawns
follohe i, •
Mail—leaves 1:06.4. a.
"- " ' 'ittazusing ... : . a.
Erirms—Letira Pittiihurgh - at...:.. 3:06
- ittanning 6:25 'A. a.
The accommodation leaves Pittsburgh at 4
e. a., and arrives at the Soda Works at 6:25
e. a. Leaves the .Soda Works at SA. a., and
reaches this city at 8:10 ♦.
Now NOVEL or lass. }lzmir Woon.---This
• Wonderful writer of :stories—whose inventive
faculty seems _ -incapable of either overstrain
or' ottuinatiort4u a .new novel in tim.litat
hot, thOuglit'seema bet's - rew weeki snare we
• noticed her "Shadow .of Ashlydyat." she
title of the tale now before us; is, Tax LOST
Bans NOIR; AND NAM.% AVAig'S TrArraircrs;"
which tho'llextra. - FetersonsintFldladelphia,
have knit pidalishod-in—au octavo volume of
s • 220 pages,: printedlin held clear type, :a4 the
. , cost of 50 _cents.: We' have nos funt:time to
read the book, -bat tittd that, it' it considered
by those who have, one, of thelitostiotcrest
. " lug arid 'effective Stories - .mh. Wood has writ
ton- • /Os for:sala hero. by.,T. P. -Haat, Ma
r. 'Quit's . Plßb.street; ,11:•Gildettfenny,
: • 45 Fifth street; and Ibitti7 . Vines.; next door
to the Poistoffice. 1
' • ' TEM ALLIGnEXIr,, LtD1144 , . AID . Soctter for
icasid woundadEoldiersoneeta avers Thurs
day rifternoon, from three till Aso , o'clock, in
• . the *Moo room of M. It; IL
Fodsral and South Ccimmori—ordranceosame
. mad Dobb't Photograph Rooms. Arrargent
. invitation is iratended tc;•.11. c •.. : ,
can emir; of Carbgn
county; was rdbhed , of a gold watch and Olutia
;on Wedncsday 'lack whit", ,walking
Broadtray, New - York: The robber*
'. .7,elere *mated and tho watch .and. -chain-to-
United §tates'Diitrict Caul, "for rottompftog
—to .11146420 nitro :11t;batituto to . - dodOr4 i was
Vaegaiittilr poofrnott faili ng io*ltatoui
doll*itot i . 4 oAl:rat forty cents poi
On. banii ioradyptoted zrgmbltiirbon
axr:xts:w.ta.w s e:a s.
Latter ;from a . , Prisoner In Richmond!
`.: : 791. Jth. iiira:ttr.rattriffigattr:Citisens, *Utile , .
I.Ye . iidmith interes t . : It throws sopinadditionat .
gc . ,.l4oWtgo - teA4tiiittia44i4lO conkicoll.
tcaataitat*, :Poi . 'obstcht - S reasons we sap- .
Pisa the natee'of the writer •: .. •- '
I -• - Itacintbsn, Va.; Vot,'4; 1863.-Dear Father,
• t list wrote biloi 'tram 'Sind - Itldge, - abOtit
, 5e11t . 1 , , , •••I hid - written' 'again, bat could hot'
mail the letter! bofore-thebattle cornered. .••
• . ,Itha.first half of, he month ire were tentin-
'tally, marching :And casincurreing.„ Otithe '1
1411 We.,4row44,:i.,oo49ut..litgurktlan far ea
Lafayette, treat id Latayette, 13 ;miles
,:iotii ,or Where . we . ” erettelbefora. At - ihis
rtinie'Cleititrisecialtifires driiiilnglii hit far ex-
tended - wings, mostly by . - nlghtLinirching, -
to'nfaideliservatiOrt.' On the manilas or the •
1911:'w6-were ten miles-'south= of the battle
field:. • Negley.wasattaolted about t. It; and
we (Davis's Division) marchodzapldly'tip, i
gaged, to,a point, fear miles. heynnd,:whereli
threatening, attack was ; made at 10 . ..er.41)ti x.
-We _hurried at donlito Tack. :inti?..rhe fight,
without Lilting, :;and tonna :ow iropps. being
driven back. .QUi'dtvisloti Ohirectilloinbels
• and - dio'Viilhern - a Viteri`dietanoe_to Whine
they - had-a 'strong 'toren! of ififfititijitird artil
lery in a good position nrid'ireiii'drivein I n ,
Our turn: - - , Fortine tim e in:4ra tnrYing'silii:
tams, losing haarily,o,„but•arare finally routed
:and ,driron,aantssalarm,:where woleformed
ead ',repulsed, their. chargt at-,lo6,yards:dls
Thistoacquand while oni,diviebra'rrita in''sit
ler cUserdor,--.lleindieils . away, , and .htindrids
Of other lioOpelighting - Aitlitiii." .14 the rush
of troops, guns ifid_ittimtinleola r tragonsi'cir
division had been brokeirtipand• inallrof the
-met' leukht.'" mill:Lair own-book." 1 fought
th a lino of-stragglers, Withdbt any ,COTEl
thander who. , did , finn, Anteri , "teptilshm their
.pa of Ahe.'rebel Bose at a hundred yards.
General Carlin then came ap and led us and a
fragment of a regiment forward. .The men,
riot thinking the rebels beaten back, would
not go at first. I startedon and shunted back
a few words , which :Martell-Ahem, and then
.kept on ahead to a goodidaceitshareltPened
-fire, until half one regiment,mithilie ' colors,
irdor - Capt. libieltbilru,
_'eamtic.itii,'Whea • I
j lied on to its - lort,ixid - moved on. It soon
halted, and I w4:111t . b. tor, yards . ahead to a
-stump, along with another- man. We tired
strand times while ' the rebels - WIT again
charging in' force. Car regiment. fell back
toforo I noticed it, and I and my comrade lay •
flatj, there being no chance of escape oth a
wise. He had nearly all the stump, I the
level ground in an open field. We lay close, •
So that each should be partly sheltered by
the body of the other. Tho robs soon
passed us gn our left and right, but
•• did not quite reach us in that part of the
line, until checked by a new line of our men.
For over ten minutes they 'fought . across us
at close range. My comrade was shot in the
body. The bails cut the ground on both sides
several Hales, knocking dirt into our faecs. , I
calmly awaited. my turn, hat 'at length our
1 men gained ground:. Italisinithe butt of my
'rifle as a signal for them not to firs there, then
rose, was fired' at by several' of oar men in mis
take, and ran nearly back to our line, calling
to' hm to come on, for - their" bad 'cottipletely .
routed the rebels. This was, hirpracticable ' ' ,
however, for the rebels.ime still in the woods'
on both our flanks. The sun was nearly dawn,
and we fought on at long range to 'Quit part of
the' field until almost • d..irk.. „Of thirty-four
1 me in our company, we had lost five killed ,
and wounded and three prisoners. That night
1 our division, reduced to a- little over half its
; number, My a little to the rear. I expected a I
' decided victory nest day, and slept soundly, I
knowing nothing of Bragg's reinforcements. 1
rm , r 1-NOV 2, 1863
At 3 a. m. we moved two miles to the left—
still drawing in ourlines—took a good -posi
tion in reserve, wheat° we moved at, eleven
to the front line on oar right—lay behind a
slight breastwork of rails and sticks, with
orders to hold it to thelast. At this time the
rebels were making a gcrnemi chargeas for as
I could sec; or distinguish by the Bounds - , in
triple lines. In half an hour I noticed that
our line to the left of us was being forced
back before the enemy broke upon us. It
was the most regularly conducted battle I had
- ever seen, and the finest one. The firing was
heavy enough to cause a cloud of smoke, high
over head, to reach a mile from the fight.
- In front of us the rebels broke out from a
j thick wood two hundred yards off, driving in
our skirmishers. ats soon as the skirmishers
hod run back we owned fire '
. throwing their
`first line into confusion and checking, them,
until, reinforced by the second line, they
I moved steadily up. under our fire, taking
the breastwork by storm. 'We had not
time to Of bayonets, or we might
have held them for a few moments; but
oar line on the left was already forced,
and they had got in our rear to the right.
i Seeing this, many of our men tea, contrary
to orders, lent-lug gaps in our line at the mo
ment of assault- Just as I was ramming my
last-lead, a ball struck my ramrod, bending it
over. I tried to get another, bat I could not
in time, and the two lines of rebel,, ponied
over the breastwork. I saw some of our men
club guns and strike; but they were ehot or
knocked dowii. most of the regiment,
with the Lieutenant. Colonel and some of the
other officers surrendered, I sprang through
the rebel lines, and met an officer who cut at
Me with his sword, which I dodged before he
, could repeat the stroke. I shouted, in a
tone of simulated offence, "I'm all right,"
which took him a littlesback, when I ran and
'dropped behind a log, where I played possum
about fifteen minutes, until the coast was
clear, gob off to the woods, went over half a
-mile, nearly to. the Chickamauga, wh9ro
Could have hid till night—but was at last
Ten days' ride through Atlanta, Augusta,
Columbia, Charlotte,Raleigh and Weldon,
brought ns here, whre we aro quartered in a
tobacco warehouse, faring somewhat botnr
than last time. 'Moat: oftlio 21st are here, and
I know not how many .others. Bat lam out
Thankful to God for my preservation-through
many peculiar dangers, I am your eon,
Pittsburgh Guns In New. Yorke
The New York Vona, of Thurs day; *ye:
Yesterday morning there arrived in Jersey
City, by the New York end Erie :rallinad;
twelve large guns; from Pittsbergh, entirely
new. They *ere In Charge of a geverament
officer. _After tit .. .") . train arrived, &large
wan lying at tim Patterson tiodkand the s
were lifted from the railway trucks by , "d r-.
tieks, specially provided for that purpose. Two
of the cannon are 1.5-litch caliber, sash' weigh
ing 2d tons, and tho other tan are 10 7 ineb,
each weighing lb tone. It was an object of
much interest to nitrites their transmission
from the trucks to the barge, which was viewed
by elargo crowd. Immediately after they bid
all bee): safely placed on the barge, they were
taken to Govemor's 'lsland and deposited in
the ordinance 1. - departmcnt there. It is con.
Jectared Hutt they will bo distributed at the
different torte along the harbor, and the two
larger once are to"lnhaent to the great fort
sow treating at Sandy Hoek, to guard ageinkt
any invasimThte corms - peed the
urge zene:et Present placed at Fert,
ton, on the other aide, and snake the entranie
to the harbor secure against any 'heading . toe,
either foreign or domesile.': , •
Bstuizers.—Thit, patriotic citiserui of Ctirll4-
villa, Clarion county, celebvstedShe.glorions
Union.victory in Pennsylvania, by a grand,
-barbecue, en- Thursday;-the-23d :lust:, to'
AllownVerits - ronSted,Whole and"
served with every variety of seasonaNe and
palatable delicacies' td the' large crowd feat-
untnac at - Thum'Ole, Crawford county,
broke doa , n on triday. of last weak, while!
several - trains worn upon 'it. Ono man nos
killed and several • hones perished In 'the
ADJOVIENZIL—Tho jury - trials in the United
States - District Court have been concluded,
and the Ctinrt 'adjourned until January nes,
when a ipecial term will be hold,
. - . Aattrraver 1 /vaarmusarriao Orme;
' - . ir'll7i Ci n,, l L ' . `l ed:f.T2'3l'. um. '
wra, BB' SOI:D'A T PIJBLIC A C-
T T 'TI011;ou the SECOND and FOURTH Will.
Nr.gDAYS,llth and 25th of November, at tbeCorril
_near the, Wastlinkton Obsorvatoty,,a largo lot 01
HORSES . AND MLLES, condemned as cast :dr
public shrive gale to commence at . . 10 o'clock a; M.
Tenisressb; In Government rands: ' -. ' .
• , CLUB: 11.4011 PAINS,
odold • cot and 4- 42. IL• 8.• Anor•
NEW FIIICKVIHEAT MDR -- •
Iwo Mc-chola Balled B. W. Ykrar; •
100 hob. 'ma White Bow,.
to kegi Packed Batten
ivedandlor ate by , , • ,11. BIDDLE,
No. BS Marty strait.
QTORAGE,air enzdo ana..RetinedOE'
1.7 and otber mercbaxAme, by
IAB. DAIBBiriA SO2r,
„Ay •• • pand7oWateribteet.
, QIIOT GUNS, double and ajnFle' bumf
iJ•Eastah rapitaketereLtersalipy .
WV, MAIKES=WIii igiaroat Wed.
• ,I*-re:: •
1;'131 4 V.,:L1M3
:101::11 - .1: i l l .Yll4
THE SITUATION IN TENNESSEE
REBEL OPINION OF OEN. ROSEORANS
OPERATIONS AT CHARLESTON
ILEARTLEM TREATMENT OF UNION ERB
?' °NEES IN RIORMoND.
BALIO3 OP MUTED BTATEHBONDO
Diepateb to the Pitiabargh Clazotte.
Pnu.snammu, Oct. 34 1883.
• The traion arms It, Tennessee are crowned
'ke 'Richmond Ecamincr, of the taro
Lincoln Lr helping us. Re'rumoved the beet
General in tho mmy, and put two fools in his
il . he rebels stoic 'to like Gen Rolla
. Lookout Mountain is ours. • Thu enemy has
fallen back without resitanee. Thu river
•e allroad 11 unmolested. Out troops hold
die ;torah aide of the river from Bridgeport to
; 'Gen. Recker on the 28th, at midnight, was
attacked by the, enemy. He rorillod then/ at
every point, and fought ti 11.4 o'clock b. 01.
This movemenerelieves the army of the Cum
berland from obstruction to communications
by the 'opening of the river to Chattanooga.
With the spire of 13t. Michaels church as a
target,our guns frau Cumuting's Point opened
on'the 27th, and with what asset Is visible in
the volumes of upwreathing flames. General
Gilmore will burn Charleston even If he can
not hold it. The fleet and army Insist on Ito
redaction to ashes. Mutiny irfeared If any
thing less is intended.
The Union prisoners are starved in Rich
mond. The arrival. of a boat load of sick
Union soldiers at Annapolis from Richmond,
reveals the most heartless treatment of Union
prisoners. Those who arrived living were
mere skeletons ; one-third of them will proba
.bly die. Eight died of starvation on the voy
age from City Point. The tale of misery
which the survivors narrate is fearful.
Over al: an d a half millions of United States
bonds were reported by the Gen/trill Agent to
have been sold here yesterday. The purchasers
are equally divided between New York, Plata
dolphin and Boston. The sales for the last five
days reached twenty millions. Ten millions
more will be taken to-diy.
Nothing new from the Potomac.
No Idle words in Lincoln, he has received
Senor Don Matins Romero, Envoy Eitraordi
'nary and Minister Plenipotentiary the Mex
ican Republic. 'To his address the President
answered him that his people, and the Gov
ernment of Mexico, have our good will and
our sympathy, and with pleasure he bade him
welcome to Washington.
Gold .here is 14434. Tendency downwards.
It is raining bard. W. .1. J.
IMPORTANT FROM CHARLESTON.
011 REM GUNS TURNED UPON TOE CITY
GREEK FIRE THROWN INTO THE HEART
Oar Batteries at Work on Fts. John
son, Sumter and Moultrie.
THE MONITORS IN POSITION OFF SUL
NO CASUALTIES ON OUR SIDE
New YORE, Oct. 31.—The %set has the
Morris Gland, Oct. 27.—Three heavy guns
have been turned upon tho city of Charleston,
and each has thrown one shell containing the
Greek fire into the very heart of the place.
Other guns are to open upon the city this af
ternoon. It was not intended at first to make
, a commencement of such rigoiona operations,
changed the pro
gramme entirely. Oar batteries are also at
work on Johnston, Sumter and Moultrie. The
enemy replies reservedly to-day. Ile is evi
dently taken with surprise, so far as the shell
ing of Charleston is concerned, although ho
has had sufficient warning. Fear monitor, are
in position off Sullivan's Island. It is under
stood that they will engage the rebel works
this afternoon. The fronsides shows no dis
„ participate, her ropes being strung
with the sailors' washing.
Headquarter. Department of the South, fkt.
27.—A number of heavy guns in Wagner and
Gregg opened on Sumter, Moultrie acid John
ston yesterday morning. The ring waa con
tinued at regular intervals throughout the
1 day until dark, and was resumed riga this
1 morning. The range of the gins on Sumter
and Johnston are a third less than it was be
fore the capture of Wagner and Gun. The
firing on oar side was eseellent, and ovary
shot seemed to bo effective. The enemy did
not commence an animated reply till Omit
noon yesterday. His practice is inferior to
that exhibited weeks ago.
At the present moment of .writing, not a
casualty hasoccurred on our side, and isnot.
ceptible damage to our works ,bas been sus
tained, the land batteriosalone firing.
The object of the fire, wu to get a perfect
range of the rebel works and to prevent the
construction of any water batteriee and mount
ins any guns in Sumter.
Altair* In Arkansas... Volunteering for
the Union Arnilym..Operations and
Capture of Notorious Guerrillas, ete.
Cacao, Oct. 30.—Adviees from Little Reek,
of. the 10th, state that volunteering for Pe
Union army continues suceetsfal. "Them tin
organisations in the north.weet pert of the
,Slate number two thousand. Capt. Ryan, of
Gen. Steele's staff, has been appointed to
superintend the organisation of the loyal
troops for the defense of thfiGtate.
Efforts nto being made by the Union men of
Arbansu to have Mr. Rodger', of Pinelliutf,
- appointed Military Goventor. Petitions have
boos forwarded to WaNkington for his appoint
'Dobbins' notorious guerrillas wore surprised
but *UR at Tulip. Thirty 'thousand dollars
in Connidefato notes were captaied.
Deserters from Price's army itroedally &nis
ei at Little Rock and Pine Bluffs, and taking
the oath of allegiance. At hut amounts more
ban half his army had deserted: •
A past office bas boon ro-olstablished at Lit
A party of. guerrilla+) under Campbell, en
tered Charbisbm, Bro., last night, rehiring the
- and tiltirems. They took Col. Deal
prisorieV, 'OM Shot two of the party. Camp
bell was brOughf here In irons. .
The prohibition of private shipments to
pirints below has been removed,*providing,
the freight be 'hipped on biratiCooming,from
St. Louis. , .
Sr. Sorra, Oct. 30.—D. K. Abee4 editor
of the Urban,, was arrested and sent
to St. - Lonis. It is supposed bit arreit Was in
consequence of some articles pubUshed in the
Tribiose, in.violation of that part -of General
Order No. 06, which routes to the - uttereMee
or publishing of words calculated .toprodoce
disaffection or insubordination in 'the ranks of
the nallitlap'or bring .into contexopt . 'Witter,
The article'. referred to were defamatory to
the indepandinit - '
The President and the Frenett 1 01 1111 9 13
Ton, Oat. 31.—The.kerald'a spacial,
dated Washington, Oct.; 30th, says: It has
born determined by the Preeldent - not to
Mike any official notice of the Flinch' isms.
liersof Maxims, until our own - denrsti?
Intitifs Shall hare been 'adjusted. ;
vilfouffatfate7:7 - *;1"„
Chattanooga-to -day, state that the temporary
solution otdilheultiies In supplying Chattan
ooga bad bean foundprevious to the recent
. bailding *railroad from . Bridge
'port to Jasperia village about twelve milei
north east, of-width the roads in part have
been graded COMO Seats:shoe. This shortens
the miles of terrible land carnage to twenty
eight, which car d be overcome with compara
There seems to be no prospect of an imme
diate grand movement. Gen. Sherman can
not reach Chattanooga for a month or more.
A portion of the 2d army corps his. Veen chief
ly engaged ingaarding the railroad, and other
Placeref :-StentMMicatiOn. The enemy is in
no con4itionafter his recent reverses to make
any unions attempt to improve his position and
status, and therefore 141 not likely for some
time hence. •
Prom Gen. Banks , Army—Capture of
Gem Pratt—Bard Fought Battle
New YOU, Oct. 31.—A letter from Gen.
Banks' Ifeadqqarters, dated Vermillionville,
Oet.lsth,. says Yesterday Franklin'. ad
ranee cavalry captured Gen. Pratt and his
nephew, between Carrion Crow . Bayou and
Opelocaus. Pratt was born tnEartford, Con
necticut, llp to Miy lad h e commanded a
brigade of Lordebaka 'ohm-twit.
'the:Ember General Diek-Taylor, wail at Op
pelts:wag with ten thousand- men, mostly
cavalry. Smith is at Shreveport, with the
same number of mini.
Our coneepondent says: When next I
write I expect to .give you an account of e
kutici taught batthr.
Arrival of Rebel Prisoners... General
NAannu.s, Oct. SO.—Sixty rebel prisoners,
Including nine Moen, captured by Maj. Gen.
Fitsgibbon, near Columbia, arrived here to
Orig. Gen. Mitchell has been relieved of his
cavalry command, at his own request, on ac
count of ill health. '
There have balm heavy rains all day. The
From Meade , . Department.
New Yoax, Oct. 31.—A special dispatch to
the World from Washington, dated October
30th, say/ : Your special correspondent writes
to-day that the lasi= from the front are
The railroad is completed to Warrenton
FINANCE AND TRADE.
8 . 6 .T 011 /17,0cL31.—Thedamedic money market iv
quiet, with no nowleaturo worthy of (pedal notlet.
The telegraph reports money a .hate easier In Now
York, though without quotable' change M ratos.
Gold is gnotad doll, and the fluctuations less violent;
opening at 145, and slating at 144)14% Foreign
Eze.hange is reported dale at 1503/Al6O for And clam
ditstoment of the debt of the Cuitcal Stoles nu the
40th of &planter is in coarse of preparation in the,
Department, for Congress, which tholes the indebted.
nets to be11... 1 11)M 771, aidoUovre:
041-publio debt, interest 6% cent •
Three years 7 340th bonds..------
nth.. Yarn Tieent. bonds ....
United Status notes.
Twenty yews' bonds, cent
Certificates of Ludebteduese, a VI cent--
Vivo-twenty bond., B ti
Old past:due Treasury notes—
Tide statement only covers the adjusted 2ebt, sad
don not ran. to uneettledelalms. On the let of May
last the average rate of interest-boaringdetrt was only
Sand 5.06th5%l cent. on account of the large Increase
Oradea of S-ara the rats has been increued. It is Im
possible at present to arrive at an itcurate statement
of am whole debt. Of the shore debt 1414,577,21 n
does not bear intern; that being the amount of legs/
tender notes and the fractional currency.
The sales on Thursday at the ofllce of Jay Cooke,
Government Agent In Philadelphia for the mle
of A-n) years' six per cent loan, greatly exceeded In
amount that of any one day In the history of this
ham, reaching the enormous aggregate of fire ma
il.; serve hundred Comma, two Emobeil Two
ottbe amount were taken nit order. from
Bost. alone. The canna of the great Increase Pat
notr, 1., no doubt, to he In mama ihr the even cou
pon of November Ist. The mho of theentlre amount
orsacooomoci of thb.e beide which the Secretary
anthwrixed to tame, ft is °Minuted, will by the end
ninth, week, reach , three hundred and fifty millions,
leaving but one hundred and fifty millions yet to be
;peptised of. At the present rat., the at. old Woe of
thaw bonds will he exhausted in the remaining two
months of the current year.
Ritual:us, October, 31,, 113G3,
FLOUR 1 GRAlN—Wheat is arm with sales of Red
from maim at 11,23, and White at 111,M41,32. Bor•
by is active, and, with liberal receipts, the market
is firm at PAO to 1140 for Spring sad fall from first
Theme Is less doing to Oats, though pekes
are sell austsbied, ringing ftum'n to sot from de
pot and store; Ti Loki a silo of car, to go to Wheel-
Ing, at fife, sacks Included. Corn Is firm with a.l*
of 1 ear Shelled at i 1,05. and i eu haw, (new crop)
at smo. Itye=norm In market. Flour !Egoist bat.
gnu with small mks bum store at 15,5 0 g6,71 for
Pity., and $34036,73 for Extra Family, as to goal.
By. We note • ids to the trade of 1,300 lite Buck
wheat frau (In 60 pound sack.) at 63,73 Per mi.
0110C1611113—'flor market ho. been Imo active
during the pat kw dam though prima aro Ono and
Well inthethed. Weigle. the extreme laudation. at
13 to 14e tartar &gar, 1634.917%1 fur Itetined diii
33 to 33e for Caw, and GO to Gik fur 31.1iises.
MILL FEET—The &nand Martha and cvnahler
rablYln)steem or the supply,:and the market, conse
quently, is very firm and advancing. Halo on truck
of tar Middlings at IM,SOper cwt. The lest Mar a.
Bran must 111,20, and litdpatuffs $1,30:
HAY—la Bun with a fair demand, and a notr
=all sales of hum scale, at If3ZI per ton.
Baled Hay la selling 'pn Math at from 11:M to VO per
Son. for con on to prima timothy; and a sale of a
Una Wa/ repotted at the ant named nem
SALT—ti Arm but unebinpd. Salo of .9+o bbia
No 1 Extra at $2,043 per libl—dollierod. Lirarta ,o l
k sidling at lap par tack Wr roam, and 5 3 4 5 0 3 , 30
CIISZEM—b steady with salsa SD Itsa common
Widen Sworn at 12W, and 4 Uzi vim at 1.1..
Hamburg Is Mkt paiwally it U.
BUNS—The mart i f well supplied, awl prim,
eoisequaitly;are a ilia; .easlar:, Hale of &O bash
prime man state at 82,75 per 6mhhl. -
ONIONS-1i good 40=4 eadOricei 2r m n 25 t°
30e per bush higher. Bales et GO ligikat 51,75 gm.
CILESTNITTS—drat and lakbar; oak% of mi buzb ■
PAO per bushel. .
Oct. 31—The occapation of the oO broker nom to
bare been transferred to the auctioneer as nearly all
of the Wiliness transmuted then daring the past week
haabeun - done by the lad named, personage. On
/Friday 2203 bbls of Ratlned In bond wae sold tinder
tbehanuner and this wee followed today by 1,500
more. The ;WI today was , not so well attended, and
the prices realized Mem Coot Y to kends per gallon
below, UMW' a.bt,spaid, .4k .rtittay. The .following
named yshaiiiitizo ! l 1.144 — 0 f t0,d9.. opther with
the amount ind pike •00 bbls "Enitesoz" at 10c;
eameNnutd 3334r4000fib1a 'iron City".M.4o34,
and aoco . kbla WLaceem; `. at the urns Arun.. Mr.
John heating 010cliMed-the 603 bble of wlmneco;"
dlr. ltobt. Finney took the 800 bbli "Enlteero,"
and Meena. 121thudeon,Ilarlay & Oe., were the Pot
chasers of the deo We of wfron City."
Meetly private ago riPorted was 50 bile free
standard brand at 64r.: Urnek Word area nothing
done, and, In ibis stows of Babes, we 'quote the man
kit dull at 12 0320; Packageareturned, and Nano,
Napthois quiet a 0 .2 dull; , wlth , Irautiotial anvil
vas at 20 to 22c, and Realdlomis stotulool Pt N. 01
Dane, antoory dult(ond prieesoso sittiode IcanDr.
Few York Petipitet4 Mark et.
Bpecial Dlepetch to the Plttitemb Gazette.
.Gew You; Oct. 31—Tb* Petrol= market co:i
llness terplult and ilepreesed,a6l 'Vim still tend
downward. , Grodelscuatitnel . 2iolcilida l3 edned
la bond, Mai be quoted at 41.94.16 Ilio'orpot;
umber delivery 41448 c, wed' Detiohber
Free Olt his .declined to &4 54c. " C.
Cleveland Mark et. ,
OCT. . intx `reported except
amafl lots to rotplj Watt tractuuigia prices, Wbeatt
Nq treasuries's-reported , et ctbs &card, :Itnit hit
iittbrdeao- WO 81306 e rod 0 1 1 P!lgget.2so. o li.tmck
awl aEt i at. r iro,oan of choice. white ;were offered
arrreataliatiactualit is . st'prirato
term Oto the bt receipt" altar- quality
of wtkeat.lt oenuitiageTh .11gpron, and quiet - Wee.
_lrate anti rod'' otr trackat Mc.
rota Iflors:etiVor, ,0034-No soles;
held at Me 04 pork *yo—lfemlusiat Wks Aix
-147-4301e'r W.OO 03 4 at . 1 30• : • 11(11 reid,-.4.itg
tits`dakeWrVutios‘ 0.1!17;14rfP3,./* toi l t.
. . -
Pfrfe-YAZIL-Or 9 030-1644,4!:.,
bilfee4=The'diceirid Eon anises light, and this btusi
ncisis moderate/ purehases being only made
for the requlremeut of immediate wants. The Mar
ket is Consequently iniretlee,hut there is 139 varia
tion of moment Lunen.. In 'aims. The eaten in
clude s,46ohags 1110, per Tallulah .tiaticatazusn;.2lo
do. jam. 1,033 81. Domino?, in bond, on terms not
made public 20 hf.and qr. boles Bream, .38 cents;
50 mats Java, 40; 400 bags Lagneyra, part :U; 649
Marac01b0,.2114€432, U Costa Ulm, 44, 4 mos.; and
1,550 St:_buiftlint2SY.A:S cash.
Sugar—On Wednesday last a more active demand
sprung up from Refiners and the Trade, and the bo
atman was pretty Large at an improvement of one
eighth of a cent to-r lb., but since then thore has
been Imo doing. the Advanced prime of holders tend
ing to chock operations; the market, bowever,though
retaining its romances, closes quietly. The 'atm are
3,568 Ude: Cuba DA cents; 144 do., In bond,
88,WJ (cash); 112 Porto limo , 11412%; 01 hhrls. and
123 bbl.. Martinique, 12%; 54 hhds. New 0rb,.., 19
rgl3; and 1,20 boo Havana, 160.4414, 4 mos. By
motion, 2481111de New Orleans sold at 1.2y4414%
mute; and (previous te - our lait) 967 do., 12%ga;
cash and 4 tons. The murk yeeterday aim nbout
21400 frbds., 74,003 has and 53,000 bags Eager.
Molasses--The matitet since our last has been quite,
active for New Oriente!, the Trade buying freely both
for precut and future wants, but in Foreign there
in, not been mach done; yricee generally are 000110 2
(3.lcents higher, and elok firmly with a tendency to
Improvernent. The sales are 230 ads Barbadoca,
most if not all at W.,4 eeNter; 2.32 Ithda, and 6 bbls
Cuba Musoovado„.mustly low grata, 4.2(p1; and
..,o 909 bbla common to 'prime New Orleans, 42(2,02;
elkolce is now held at 45, 4 =a.
Ocr.3o.—Flour, the market has not changed es
sentially, but is very firm, and the supply of desira
ble grades light. Good superfine, made from original
stock, would sell at gfi . ,25; extra, *Cy: 40 to 1 5 50, and
trade brands from 55,10 to 8 , 6,23. Whisky, the mar
ket Is unchanged and steady. Saks of C.:5 barrels at
tbd latter rate for wagon. , liogn, not much
disposition displayed to purchase. 1,20) head sold at
thl, averaging iOOO Ito and upward, to be delivered from
the sth to the 20th of November. Wheat, the crowded
condition of the railroads, and the difficulty experi
enced In securing cue, hoe, to nano extent, checked
the demand of the interior millers, and there being
only a moderato inquiry f ro m the local millers, the
market we. not so lime, but we hare no chum, to
report In prices, end continue to quote prime Bed at
11,16@1,18, and Kentucky White at $1,37(41,40, the
outside figures fur strictly prime. Corn, the receipts
of both ear and shelled continue light with • good
demand hoes contractor. and (Warners, arid Owned
in lc higher, clueing firm at Oh; in bulk and 983109 c.
Including eacks. We quote ear at 844.46 c In bulk.
Oats, there Is • motioned good demand, chiefly from
partiee haring contracts and the receipt. being
light, an advance of Jr per hush was estahlbehtsl, the
market closing firm at 7.1 c, In bulk, and 79c, including
sacks. Several contracts for large amounts hare hero
canopied within the last two cc three days, by paying
the difference between the prices ;tow current and the
figures at which they contracted. Rye, the market
has not undergone any change since our last. The
demand is only moderate, but the receipts are
light, and, though quiet, the market is firm et $1,1.5
6;1,16 for prime saropk., on arrival. Barley, Ulu
muket is unchanged and .quiet. We quote prim.
samples at 01,40@1,43 for dpring, and ii)l,so(gi,ss for
FelL Hay, there V a good demand, with only
moderate receipts, and prices are higher, closing at
s`l7 per ton for pri mei Timothy, in lades, on arrival.
Orr. 30.—There was amaiderable activity In the
produce markets to.day, but prices were somewhat
irregular and unsettled. On amount of bettor bat
tier for shipment and easier freights, the market for
Flour was more setive,but there was no Improve
timnt In prin.; about 400 . bbls of all kinds changed
hands at $8 QM CV gm White Winter cams, 65 40
for Red Winter extras, $5 cogs G 5 fur Spring extras,
and $3 75 for Springsupers ; the market closing quiet.
Tha Wheat market, under the Influence of gold, was
Mlc ha lower, opening doll and drooping but
litproving towarda the clime; about 140,200 bu of all
kinds changed bands,at $1 llifor No. Red Indiana
Winter, fl 0601 07 for No.l Spring, $lO2lOl (t 1 for
N 0.2 Spring. and A& for Rejected Spring; the market
Meeting Arm at $lOO4 for No.l and St 02%8.1 lei%
for N 0.2 Spring In atom. There was a better Inquiry
for Corn and the market no more active, but with
out Material improvement in prices; upwardscd tun,.
(vs, bu changed lands at 78@i7ritYe for No. 1 Coro in
store. 7f.4177y.,e fur No. 2 Corn, and 70c for Rejected,
the market closing Arm at the outeldu quotations.
Oats were in very active demand both by Eastern and
Southern shippers, and the market advanced lEe.c
bu. with sales of upwards of 225,1301 bu, el 69€401Ne
for No.l and 675Ggr0e for No. 2 Oats is sture ; at the
close the demand was light, and the market closed
genet and steady at We foe No. 1. Rye was in fair
demand and steady at 111(302c for N 0.2 in Mora Bar
ley trim in limited request, and we note a decline of le
be, with light =lea at gt 1461 16 fur N 0 .2 in store,
Illghw lure were active and easier, about COO Gbh hav
ing changed hand, at frIYASSc, principally at the
.154411 , 437
Imports by Railroad.
Pmssuaou, Yr. Wane a CHICAGO RAILROAD. Oct.
.11-2) bbl, hominy, L H Volgt & 16 slut feathers,
.1 Kirkpatrick a Bra; 18 bbl, apples, Fetzer I Ares
etrong; :10 dos brooms, Mad& 3let tpr, 20 bbl, ap
ples, IL Gonda; 125 bosh appker, J McLaughlin; I
aro barley, J.h Rhodes; WO bp mill teed, lies
Kell; 148 torn, 1) Wallace; WO bids flour, C B
Leval; 16., by barley, 10 bhla cider, 4 bble apples,
Lang & Miller, 20 pkg. wire, B Townsend 1 co; 16
dor tubs, J 8 Dilworth & co; 10 *Ls potatoes,
Irish;.4Blms barley, Spencer & Mcliay:AS bet paper,
Perkins 4. co; 12 bp wheat , Liggett & co; la pkg.
srondriest, Biddle; 6 pkp pall., Atwell. Le I co;
10 do do, W KirkpatricA & co; 8 dodo, Lambert &
Shlpton; 18 do do, Shontakor 1 Larrg-, Y. bids cider,
Bays;dt Stewart; 100 lible flour, J.O Gardiner; 1000 do
do, Jas McCully & co; 12 bbl. lard )'Senora &co; IC*
G A Iloffstott; 72 hides, J 1 McLaughlin.
et.svm.a.wto & Prressuscrti Bartkoao, Oct. 31-
360 bbl. apples, L 11 Foist & co; 30 do do, A B Beer('
13 el,. peer* .1 B Lyon & co; 7 do do, Succup; 1 car
wheat, Noble & Angel; 6 this apples, J W Tateo; 3
plcs eandriee, 10 rolls loather, Wm Flaecns; bbl.
apples, J Harbert; 7 do do, Shrill, Son & co; 34 do do,
Fetzer & Armstrong. 16 bp potatoes, Jos hlcCand
tem; 13 pkgs apple Lou.., F Vamp:oder Irt b.c.
I.y, 10 Vs nate I/ Fawcett & no; 10 bbl . apples, J
Teas; 1 car aptiet, 31cAlphla; 6 pks rage Howard &
Cantrell; 104 b appleePlcHane on Ardor; 30 bids to
bacco, Lambert t Ship - too; IV do do, S Henlerton; I
hhde do, Joe Chier, I do do, Jam A Name* 3 ears
heat, II 7 Kennedy & Bro; 3 bbl. app lea 1 do elder,
Geo imerick; S bbl. meal, 4 bbls dour, C Falter.
AN ORDINANCE authorizing the
grading, paving and setting with, curl -stone,
Ruth street, from Penn street to Liberty meet.
Yrs. 1. Ile it admired and modal by the Mayor, Al
deem", end cal.. of Ptitsberph. ias tided rod Comweem
amecits rambled, and it i. &My orclaimad and muted
GY the authority of the some. That the Recording Reg
ulator be and he le hereby directed to adeortlee for
tlftthala for the grading. paring and setting with
our bane, Raab lane*, (tom Penn drat to Liberty
street, mad to let the name In the manner directed by
an unUnanre of Comotils concerning streets, pasted
31. t A ague; A. D. 11157.
Ordulue.l titut enacted lnto a law In Candle, this
Gth day of October, A. D. DMA _ _ _
WM. C. IicCAETIIY,
Pres Went of Select CMACII, pro trot
Attest: E. S. Moscow.
Clerk of Select Council.
'OEN DI. MLLES,
President of Common Council.
Attest: fires DCAlstrrzet,
Clerk of COUIIIIOU Connell.
A ORDINANCE — authorizing a
tl.chane la the' grade oP Peau street, war the
ste. 1. its aY ortiehiet mad enacted by Co zrvor, di
deninw cad elfin's,' of Angentli. is gekd mid Cowman
tbereede es.mbini, ma) it is tents adaisal and erected
Near Gather/he of .44 lu, Thai the Street Commit.
tee be and they are hereby entherized to bare the
grade of Pron 'treat, *ter the old canal, changed
and lowered to such grade astray bo axed by tbm
llocordlatF Deguletur, and approved by said Commit
tee, ; Prorated, however, that the cost and expend*
thereof, and the damages, ;if mg, molting there
from to private property, Ire paid b.y such person, or
perwera or coTeration, as the told Committee may
same w art ith.
the and without any expense or liability on
the p of city.
Ordained and enacted Into a law la Councils, tide
2Cth day of October, A. D. MEL
Wit. C. McCAMTMT,
Preallkmt of Select Council. pro tem.
Attest: E. it. Moozoy,
Clerk of Select Council.
/MN 11. HELLEN,
President of Common Council.
Attest: liven 31'11earza,
Clerk of Common CounciL
AN ORDINANCE supplementary to
the ordinance retail* to grading, paving
and seating with curlbetano, Barton street, from the
A. V. It. IL to the 1., B. IL , passed 27th July, BBL
Sac. I. Be it ordained amid enacted by as Mayor, N.
kryien and eitisesa etY Pittebterah, (a Select Odd Commas
Cbaiseat auembkd, eat ban , Altera:deed and enacted
by tbd ...Weft grad wane, That the ordinance anti.
tied "An Ordinance attUunizing the grading. paving
And setting with curibitorte, Morton stteet, tram the
A. V. It. 8., op Duller street, to the Penna. B. 8.,"
psead Pah July, B.D. 1863, shall be tosetti =ended ng ea
to authorise thb grad paving and with
carb.etone the said Mortoning,
strew from the Pena.
B. B. to ths Allegheny river.
Ordained and enacted Into a Councils, this
116th day October, A. D. 1861.
WM C. IIeCAUTEIY,
Presidont of Select Cotmeil, pro km.
Attest: E. EL Remo,
Clerk of tisloct .Connell.,.
- ' President Of Common Council,
Attest: Upon W
, of Common nen+
AN .ORDINANC.E eutherizing the
grading, soot/ and Minns with curb-stone,
°wars sinal Dont kw street to Dugueme Way.
L it ordained and mailed hy'ths Abe Al
dermen nd cllicelu 42, Piatlerids &led qxd ebausc.
Consent aweetikrkund it 4 hereby cede:Mid astd modal
b . , rho cualtorittiqf for alma, Mat the Recording -Reg
ulator be and bo is hereby directed to advertise for
proposals for the grading, paring and setting with
curb-tone, O'Hara street, Dom Mus Insect to Du
'emo Way, Mid to fat the same in the manner di
rected by en ordinance W Connell& concerning
etreets, passed August D.. 180.
Ordained and enacted Into a •• law in Cautells, this
ilGth day of "October, A. /1.1863.
, C. IicCART
' .eiblent 'of Select COnnell, p r y,
Attest : E. 8. Mower. ro tem
Clerk of Detect Connell. •
, • - JOHN N. KILLEN,
Preside* of Ootrution Cotmcil.
Attend : Elcou'
- • ' Clerk of Common CotintiL
twEic L izi o• zwvuoree wARe;
• Non. urrm AND AE~Bs
- Alia, 'RN rtrorn, Witeat ratlettok 9olqm sad
ianalittei. tormirtutO: Tor tide bi
W. G. JOEINSTON #Oll, Paper
cel4:34wArzol.::, .`, • ft Weed stmt.
lIIINCANi..I3IIERMAIN ILXX tr_l3ight
Bifiroa the Union • Bink;:totidon;sid Kitt
sitizerlod ktigioiorlode.in ••mast to milt pox.'
caujin. by ~ .11/Jll4-1L IYILUMits.4 Co, ,
*Mb' • • r .
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tVMgOXIOI 6 MM
W P- Mit - 1
PRIS I II - tDiTt2 Epp
I\7EW CARPET STORE.
Nos. 71 AND 73 zurni 13T.,
01For for sale, AT PRICES PAR BELOW PRESZST
SIAREET RATES, as entirely new And choice
stock of •
REAL ENGLISH VELVET CARPETS
Best Reil Brussels Carpets.
ENGLISR A, OHIOAN TAPESTRY CARPET'
TAPESTRY VELVET CARPETS,
A pal Ups of no* wd roz cboico pattern.
NEW STYLE PERSIAN ,TUBEL-PLY CLIIPETS
Vary choice pettarns.
Lowell, Hartford and other at►ndnrd . motel! of
SUPERFINE AND EITRA SUPERFINE INGRAIN
A splonald stock of
LOW PRICES ALL WOOL CARPETS,
at lona than matinfactarere presant prioes, at wholo
liab and retail.
ENGLISH VELVET DUGS and WILTON AND
VELVET MATS. In great variety, tbe Urged as
sortment of patterns to Ito found anywhere ; and. a
splendid assortment of WE'RE' SKIN MATS.
Floor - Oil Cloths,
From 2 to.2t Cool wldo, now and olegarit pattern/.
COCOA MATTING, for Marches, Offices, Halls
and Stairs, common and extra quality.
Woolen, Linen & Cotton Drugget,
From % to 4 yards adds
GREEN, BAIZE, VELVET AND BRUSSELS OT
TOMANS ; STAIR RODS; TABLE OIL
CLOTHS, plain and ancy ; Embroi
dered, Printed and Embossed
PLANO AND TABLE •
Window Slinden and IN.:lures
The stock on hand haring been purchased when
geld was at 24 be mkt at corresponding retie.
airrlßßßi STREET, Sa •
Between Pout Office and Di leach Buildings.
THE LAEGEST STOCK OF
Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths,
&e:, ever offered in this city,
is now opening at prices
much below the late factory
OLIVER IFCLINTOCK 8v CO,,
52 FIFTH 771771=
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Druggets
SHADES, &c., at
• very tiro assortment of all goods In tas It
la= at the lowest point nswited to the Saab
this ammo, and much reduced from last s
THE ATLANTIC IRISH z 3
ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGA
ADRIATIC, Luc Horse-power, 4,000 tone.
HIBERNIA, 1,000 Honwepoonor, 3,000 tom.
COLUMBIA, 1,000 Ileass-powte, Mix; tom.
ANGLI A, 1,000 Hors•-power, 2,000 tom.
The magnificent Stimsl4 ADRIATIC will sail
from Now - York for Liverpool...A TUEIDAY, the 17th
Ram of from Now York to Liverpool, pay
ola, to or Its equivalent to currency.
Passenageraforwarded alio to London, Paris., Ram.
burg, Have, Bremen, Botterdam, Antwerp, &c., at
the lowest ratea,
Fares trona Liverpool or Cavil to New York and
Boston, $25, $25, Wes 534 5103.
Par passage apply at tho office of the Agent..
BABEL SZAZLN p
&um. J corm, ?dowager. liroadway.
or, D. O'NrILL,
axes, Chronicle Building,
No. 70 fifth street. Pittsburgh.
STEAM WEEIMY TO LW
=POOL, tOueldng at QUEENSTOWN, `Q
(Casa Halsor.) The well-known steamers of the
Liverpool, New York and Phlladelphia Steamship
Company era Intended as follows:
CITY OF NEW Y01LK...--Settuday, Oct. SL
ETNA--------.--Saturday, Nov. 7.
EDINBITEGIL----. --Saturday, Nov.lk
N h ortevery aucco elver .dhirt iaturday, at coon, from Pier
BATIGI Or PARRA=
/*ails is Gal, or in etoshatted is Commit,.
Tram Cann_a-, 0 0 ....IRO 51ME0100.....-- 00
do to Laudon.... 85 00 do to London 34 CO
do to Paria--. id (XI do ~/ to Paris —4O 50
do to Hamburg. 90 00 do to Hag ST OD
Pamennors yip tortranlA to Mare, Bremen, Rot
terdam, Antwerp, de., at etpmdly low mks
ram from Liverpool' or Queenstown st Cabin,
875, 884 . stem,. slu. Mao Tito wish to
send Rs their &toads quo buy tickets bans at these
For feather Infermatas apply. at the Company's
Offices. JOBBAT. DALE. APIA.
15 Broadway Now York.
Iland street, first home from es ridge.
GUI/PEST PASSAGE FROM ar&
"THE "OLD 00IINTICY.
Piumeogers bersight ant - in FIRST CLASS MAIL
STEAMERS, Rum Lira - moot, Londonderry, Claim
And by selling Tone& Ibe TWENTY-ONE
LABS, In currency.
Andy to D. O'biliGlLL,
Innen; Cnrookle Deriding. ,
mytdessod Fifth street; I,4l.teburgti.
11 ARD E.—Steani" from
LIVERPOOL AND QUEeIn3EO
$25 In gold, or Ito equivalent In =Errancy. "
18051 NEW YORK, 525 In currency.
Balls every weak.. APPIT to
nly TROMAZI PATTIaAN .
pit tg ril at, ft.
BILL OF MUTE PINE moiled for
the foot of the Covington awl arm(matt 8 1:s
/Amber ILamcal Wida 127acitsanIEoard Xmases,
pima, liefter. lie iarbeafas Man. I • fat.
.0. .1 • g,D3 ' .1
4 4' 92 rlaV
The above WO of roles most be delivarod on Abe
Covington - side of the Ohio 'titer . t
iter . at IM Bridge, In
the Elpringottliali, Morn° btter Ilion th eist ofJcine.
The quality of' Cm laMber matt be good and monad,
free from all tiofe M ic edges mw b hill ematiTailta
and the from sap.
Proposals in writing fon above - Miters; ad
dramed to tbe undervigned, and aceetogiattkd byast
leGtetory itibmtome, be L melted to. the 10th of
Nonenber next. • 301110 A. nonr,nca,
Eogineer Covington - and Cincinnati Byidge Co.
rETTEKS TESTAMENTARY- pi - thg
LA estate of Lillie A: Fletcher, bits of.Plitsburglg,
haring been granted tOther undersigned, it persons
haring claims against odd allots aro rooneotod to
Pamela OM, dalx:.•umatikamA,".l.lld Ali Who Use
nalefdtd'ant required to nuke pima* to
JACOII WilliTak Executor,
— lnfhntra Arenua
rya% A! FANEr s -----k;
QEdTII Dien.—tattere `of- Adeninistnetion
on the oasts of Dr: Y. Idellrath, fats of -ritheintrgb e
doomed, tuning 'bons . milted to the
all Terme haring slalom ars requested to present
theete,sent 111 wheats indabtadars rtstettred to maks,
- :Stand street, flltte
BASKEZIV/LlARTabc l l i
mmky MO* .Wfflowa fan: salo'
by: , _ - PIA,AdirDiegIZTAt
W 7,, r
• • Axao
at rrende:sefirt recede Farm in
StiffilAtownship, Allegheny asantYpa's., contairdnB
75 any., •lasswalunLit- titstatottuuttartffe and a
grader flora Tolitiltrdicara CoottWorlNsiti the Me'
nengabela river; freb•ittleff flr'&`111 - cKessrpoTt and
ninerailes - trom Pittsburgh. by — aia- -- --The Widow'
'WU , flap, ;mue dwolling kiroarffiane barn and
111 *. Di'' --11 7 bud/dings ...Also &dna brchard. Mend
GO acres good cleared land. It is tho proper far'
clergy owned Simaelrinney. ffho and coal
wilibesold together we separate, to suit the buyer
or If male' or todocermintobe offered, it will to cat
up and auld in lois aultabln for. country 'oedemas.
If the shore namisrproporty to not sold tame the
13th of NOYICISIHEIt, ttwtll brofforid, sn said day,
at puidiesale, on the premien, at I o'clock.
Yoe beats of sale call with the subscriber, JAMES
DIEGBEW, Wen Newton, Westmoreland Co., Pa.
DRY GOODS STORE FOR SALE, in
a nourishing Western t rare ou The P. F. W. d
C. R. It., not oMr.3oo.milot lltom Pittsburgh, now
doing • largoneff _welt:Mho trade. The stock b
new,and hoe bera r aeleoted .with mt.:since to the
corartrytmde. 'Morin been pttrulumed.for ash at
lowest market prices, • e
The prim= proprietor has decided to "refire from
the trade owing to bad Imam, and 'now rrhgetasar
offers the stock for sale; also the good *all of the re
tiring party. The house bas ► largeiloiffllrePectnbie
trade, which enin •be "Made& Ties present stock
will invoice trim watt to ten ibtruiand:delisys, but
Couldle reduced if desired.
Parties width* to know the Imiticulsie WM pierce
addressor-coil pereenallyou -
LYDAY 11 bacianann - 50.
- sffllarel street, -Pittsburgh, Pa.
DARR FOR , SALE,
ACRES, a good Funnel BotterS of siz room.,
stona collar, orchard of peacti, year ond apple tr...
o never failing spring; good spring honse,,nica garden
with choice towers; ebrobs ' ornaments'.. trees, Soo
situated In Noon tohnoshlp,tirelre miles from Pitts
burgh, and them miles from the Ohio river, at Bays
villa Station, on the Pittsbuzglo r it. Wayne and
For farther particulars enquire of
on the premises ;
VOL S. LINTON,
or, Cont. W. W. ALAUTIN.
• Allegheny City.
VALCAi - LL
AMJ -7 111113ER
PROPERTY YOB ,SALE, slttutta on Black
Lick Creek, Indiana 000nty,Pa., 3. mile from the
Block LiHr.Stotion, on the Ladino& Branch P. IL B.
Grist Alflicidstn, four etories h*.h, water power, two
run of iinutrs and. ono of _stone, with alb neermanr
machinery complete and In good senditiont.
tenant house. Good Saw Nlll , nearthe.abore, with'
mote water power. Sixty acres of land adjoining the.
drove, in grain and pasture gelds, on which is
dwelling house, line (table and granary.; Itrecnineo
non with the above will be mid, tf dealrod; one hun
dred and otghty acre. of Soo white, and , took oak
timber land; adjoining thii tolllFraPertY: _ Beg mar
ket for grain and lumbar conrenient.: Prim low and
terms easy. Apply at
0c.31 11—hIcLAIN & 00.'8.102 north divot.
I.LoußlNGrmlt.i, FOR MA LP. —The
mierriber ',Were for Sale the ALLEGHENY
CITY MILLS, situated. In the Fourth •Ward, Alle
gheny City. This vreaknownifill Ism bunt rebuilt
lately, sad contains fear run of French Burrs, with
W the Welt ithpromdauchineryfbr manufacturing,
the best bran& of Man MAIM Is good. local Is
weu m foreign emstom. ' Thid is a " .ate shines for
business men, and- t ie invite any elm - wish ftoge
In profitab le Mathias CO call at the where
terms rill be made known. " . •
, amahlmdmrT , .I.YOEGTLY
_ARM FOR SALE,- near3Perrys
,.. rJUo of 100 aortae' buiditmdora goad - Mato of
cplantlan. .70 *re, cleared, .balaticer good whft•
oak Mabee fond. Imgrovemonta area: goad brick
cottage &rolling of arobari; &grail tram imarn and
gigging, with a- brick 7 granary. Alai **doable log
barn. ^. Tao place-iv well supplied with goo. d *War.
Also a choice variety. of good from For smote
minute drocrlptioa sad sonata apply . to -
• G. '3". 13ATES, ConimaralaltrakOr,
cell Butler stroot,"Lawrivieovilla
pOR BALEUK LEASR—Alorge Lot
in Sbar i abnrg, tba Passenger Itsibray, fire
miles tram PittabtrO, on which there As n.good
Dengling flow* of nim - rooms; alio, several' other
Hewes, all built of hetet. A veil of good water in.
the yard, plenty of good freit, and.consanient to
Cbarches and School Houses, '
For partietiliun iddrecHe Cr cell on
• • • • AI T. GILLIAN.
OR SALE—A lot of land, - contilining
Ta owes, situated 1v miles from . Maid:eta Sta
tion, on the Pittsburgh , ) f ort Wayne & Chkitgo R.ll.
The abase property ds •troll tlmbroudOelth' a good
young orchard of bearing fruit trace.' This property
will be sold'on reasonable term
For further particulars address • • •
SALB.—A hro‘ettel - Frame-Ifeene, of C . roceen,
bail; gmetentlar, As. Let6o feet ftont -, br 11.10 feet
deep on Which therm choice fraft,r-Tht. impiety
will be dieposod of on veryllbend terms, wsthe owm
or wisher to Mare the pima. Fur. term; apply to
a. S. nAm; Commeretel Broker.
col Better street, LeTrenciren•
SALE.--Tqui Acre& of lirixstad
and a Four Story Briek Lading.. .Bnigria.
Boilers and Machinsry ; well adapted:Air sg
iliztory ; 100 feelby 1204 et ma-be for
ono-bait its original crel, kly calling on,
-. Re. 08 qTa.t . d. stra strati pponfraii.
No. ST TOURTII STREET,
W. D. a H. McOALLUM
Wasmuorox, oeuter . 2,l)lo3.
SEALED PaoPosias sill bo received at nut
office until the 30th day of October next, for DAN DP
ING and BUS H ING' the 42-pounder Gene,. at the
form and Alumni, of - the' United Stateein the At
lantic State., amounting in number to'loo. more or
The guns will be delivered at, and removed .from,
the establishmernt where, the work ia to , be done at
the coo of the United States.
Proposala Mr those on the Pacific Coast—about 00
In number—will be received until the 10th of Decem
ber text: and in use of these, the guns will be de
livered at are Francisco or ita
The gum are to be terne4 dairixte,• trim cylinder
for the length of twenty-Seven inchei from the seer
of the base-rbm;;prepared to take almnd of Mehra&
wrought Iran, theinierior diameter of 1r blelt4lll be
twenty inches, and Sin thicknem three Inchea.."
The sent leto be MAW with& nem Bath int pen
ingot copper, one inch in diameter aml:Oxeltaine
an a a half inches long, abd.bored with a vent,o, two
tenths of an inch. . ,
Drawings of the gun In De original form aid With
the bind vett on ma be ftat at this drew; tithe
Watertown Arsenal, Masa ; . 4.4 WALMUSIt.'Ar•
send, and at the. New Tork Agency, 46 Worth •
stout, city of Now York; at the Arsenal at Irides.
burg, Pa.; and at Allegheny Arsenal,' Pittibumb,
Pa. ; at the Fort MonrceArsenal, Va. ;'St. Lolls Ar
senal, Mo. ; and Benin" Amnia. Qd. •
Tho work is to be done to the entire sattelltotion of
the officer who will be apNinted to, streerinteed it;
and permit will- be .1d in Dal for each gun upon 1.,
kis certificate of inspection and receipt. .
Proposals will state the price per gun tbr thiVidads •
operation ; describain detail the =OAR in which It
Ls Proposal to put on the bend the number-6V
will band per month ; and the time which will be ru•
gulled to do the whole work. The method and the.
time required for doing the work, un well as the price,.
will be impor tant elements in consideriat -the bids
, and award the contract. • .
No bids w l be considered from any partite bat
such " are actually engaged •in the maanfactam of
iron and heavy machinery, and who are, in the opin
ion of this Department, folly prepared to execute the
work. In the ease of parties not 'known to thielle,.
partrnent, evidence to the foregoing effect meet' ac
company the peopasai, .
.eatiaNctory =reties to 'th, amount- of
fifty per cent. of thisbid, will be reqtdred fee the fol.
Mutant of the 'contract; and the - Gorernnieet rfe•
germ the right to rejbet. any or titbit* if Asemed -
Proposals will be endorsel,“Proptealelbrllindhag
48-ponder;," and will be addressed to B
General George D. Railltly, Onlninee r ,rX :
ingtcot Qty. • GEORGE D.MAMHAY,
ocilusodtd Brig. Gen.GhlefefOrdnatotft.
TIIME SAVINGS INS'ZITGTIOI:Iro.
EIMITITITELD 'STREET, ,(appoliterthe•
Custom Baum.) Mastered by the Legiratans.
.Thavideag—JA3llZ3 PA.B.K 4 - y r . • •: _
vita rammarra,• ,
Wm. 11. Smith,' •
Jobalr.derarroge, A , D.th er a L i . • -
Thes. , D. Mauler, /cartage Db o d,;,, , •
Tbcs. S. Blair, -Jacob
Francis Sellers, • Arta. Bradley,
n ow yjoyd, Mark_ •
Jeatah Elny, ' C. Eva 'C. It,Trotr,
A . 8,, Ben; Ja. Dirwarth, •• RD. Cocktail,
8. raider, W. A. Bead, 3Vizt. Smith,'
J. V. W.xdwal,, 8.0. Schmerts,. 13:11: Jaw, •
Y.Ttattin;' . .Ricketion, F.logp,
:M.. TfornaN S. IL 'lfertama', W. R. Phelps,
D. M. Long;-:I. Anderson. C. B. Berraa,
Jan. W. barter, D. 70.., 112ab7aley W. Ibmseat..,
Berry,ery Gad Traeurep...-D. M'XIDLIsk '
Opme m. P; Mao, tawny
e.and tiettuday ertalnp; front to o'clock.
.Ttereadta readred ofONE pun and„ pwrds.
Diricklack declared in Decerotir : and rano of each
Dividends al/paid io cemeln`lna placed ba'flte
credit of the' depocaciiiia-Fkropelrand bear
agt , lbtertompotmain_g it. ' • • • _
oka tatufaz charter 1 3) , Lamr, Jay f e e .
h 0197 :Thisinstriution offers, re p o thalYrolhose per
's= om earninga am small, the opportunity to
accumulate, 'try small deputta, _airily *VW. a Inter
which o monitor alma _needed, tbekntomy
eel may be i ng rate , bur Ixarthg Intereat,luateml
numlulng unproductive: - - - m7go.lyeri,al of
T ATE ft,SEPILLP
. GASAith:SZE* .
59 QV, and:
No. SeZ lair!, strict:- Piftsbniitt.
aco mi. To *ameomew
. 100 balm prime Otehen'Olateec - -
133 I'7 soft* Crtlid Cheese; ."
100 " 38.131ih Daisy '
an 11.0111 azidtpi age by JUDD ,
643 N0..7.83 3.llerfir
8EN:M..011,4A ::arb • of 0- a
, tatagda !ma:Atty.' - zaaar,=
GLA.m. WALL. PAM 1547745,..
per roil, be sib by wrem ,ntlitn•