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TITE&DAY 3ioSNlntc3 Gov. a, lBGa•
The New York Election.
The result of the election to be held in
New York to-day, will bo looked for with
great interest throughout the country gen
erally. Every .public officer elected there, i
who will -heartily inpport the Government,
and resist the schemes of Earuoon and
PEILILLICDO WOOD, makes so obviously im
portant a gain to the strength of the na
tional cause, that: the success of the Union
ticket in New
_York to-day, will bo hailed
with rejoicing from Maine to Minnesota,
and even to the far-off shores of the Pacific.
The election for judges in. New tort city
will probablyMatme the most exerting con
test of all. A. contemporary, referring to
'the matter & feW days ago, remarked:
The inhabitants of New York citf are
tasting the pleasures of having an elective
judiciary.. Their pleasures are more excit
ing than could be enjoyed in many other
parts of the country, where the judiciary is
elective, because the dominant party is in
the hands of the lowest sort of pot-home
politicians, shoulder-hitters and rioters.
The Irishman's instruction to his son was
to give a crack with his daftly, wher
ever he saw a. head. The rascals who
are now trying to run the Democratic
machine, give a crack at every Judge
who has shown any disposition to dis
pense, justice like an honest, order-loving
and loyal officer. They are not content
that these Democratic incumbents, who
are faithful and who are supported by the
Republicans in this contest, should retain
them places on the bench. They must have
not only Democratic judges, but the most
rascally Democrats that can be fished up
out of the sinks of iniquity in that great
city. It is even charged by Democrats
themselves that a couple of the leading
wire-pullers decided by throwing dice,—
whether the dice on either side were loaded,
is llistlitated,—whether one Sam. Jones or
ono Sam. Garvin should be the candidate
for the office of Judge of the Superior Court
in the city. While the rank and file of the
party, blessed souls, are flattering themselves
that they make their own judges, twoor three
or half a dolen of these Mackerelville politi
cians sitting over their cups, decide by dies
or otherwise for whom these rank and file
shall vote. It has pleased these precious
schemers to nominate against Judges Bos
worth and White, men who tire reported to
have discharged their duties creditably, the
Pad. Garvin shove referred to, and the no
torious John 11. McCunn. It will be re
membered that Gem McClellan turned Mc-
Cann out of Washington two years ago for
his disgraceful conduct in the military ser
vice. Ever since then he has been known
as &sympathizer with rebels and rioters.
Re did what he could to screen the villains,
who brought shame upon the city by the
terrible riots in July. They and all their
friends are for him now. When he was
t running for the office be now holds, of city
judge, be did not scruple to solicit support
on the ground that his friends should be re
membered by him, if he were elected. And
so numerous and powerful are the rogues
directly interested in placing such fellows
as this John McCunn in the seats of justice,
and so natural is it for other men, who are
accustomed to vote the Democratic ticket,
to support the wiegular candidates," that
grave fears are expressed that the fellow
will be successful. But we are glad to ob
serve that publio indignation is considers.-
My aroused by the nomination of him, and
thaymany of the Democrats intend to op
When Will he Resign I
We do not like to be troublesome, but we
really feel compelled to remind Judge Woon-
WARD, that he has not yet indicated thepre- .
ciao time at which he intends to surrender
the seals and retire to the classic sbadesof
Wyoming. The people are growing impa
tient, and would like to know; and if the
occasion Is to be honored by a repast in this
city, where everything required to titillate
the judicial palate, as well as to convey an
agreeable sensation to the judicial diaphragm
even to the Tokay and Terrapin, may be
had asplenteously and served as invitingly,
as in that seat, of stook operators, and
paradise of judges which nestles so snug
ly upon the Delaware, they ought to be in
formed at what • time it is to come off. As
to the Chief justice himself, the Constitution
has settled that for him, unless he is pre
pared to give it a parting coup de grace, by
altering it again before he leaves. Not so
however, with Judge WOODWARD, with
whom the thing rests pretty much in the
judicial discretion, and who has thus far
maintained a reticence so obstinate, inscru
table, and mysterious, that to fathom his
purposes would be as impossible, as it
would be for any lawyer to difine what he
and his fellows would probably dictate in
atgr given case which might come before
tam. Will he go out with Lowate, to im
press the public with the lesson of two flow
ers plucked and perishing from one stalk,
within the compass of an autumn day—or
will he assist at the funeral obsequies of his
defunct companion, and fold his robs about
him, and lay down his emblems among the
old leafless oaks that listened to hie unhap
py war speech in Independence square? If
it is to come off here, however, it is not only
the dinner, but the toasts and speeches that
have to be got ready. The lawyers will
want time as well as the purveyors—not to
whet their appetites, for they will need no'
whetting, but to burnish up their poetry
and classics, for the occasion. We can
promise no great amount of copper amongst
the fraternity, or in say other assemblage
here, to give the desirable ring to thesenti
meets, that would suit the tympanum of
the Judge, but he must be ttatisfied for this
nonce,with thejingleof the brass—Corinthian
of eourse—which can be supplied, no doubt,
But whes--Oh t when 1 Excuse us for be
.ou:return Impatience chides the tardy time,
Which like e foul =I ugly witch, drib limp
Shell it be next week ? We humbly sub
MK it to his Honor, that
'lt 'twerp done, when done, •
Then `time well It woe done quickly."
Slave Stampede In ftentueky.
The Nashville Union of, the 27th says:
. -"A very ;respectable elaveholder from
Kentucky informs us that, within three
weeks past, a change seems to have tome
over the' negroes in the the sonthevii coun
ties of that State, and large numbers of them
are running off. Ile says that over ono
hundred and fifty have escaped from one
county, and the trouble le inereosing. In
spite of the enormous prices which the
wit Kentucky staple, (tobacco) isbring
slaves, have depreciated greatly in
• no— A :very large proportion of the
slaveowners say that slavery is hopelessly
destrojed, Ind that they are willing to so
-41ulosoein any disposition which may be
. „Zeds of llui slaves. :This sentiment is
.pptdllt the people. ;_The
Union men areabituistunsuiramay op
the .faetletleediff selfish courseof the pro-
Slavery, bigots at Louisville and Frankfort."
ItriT clerks of ono of the London Itallway
termini are to learn phonography for no. to
o, the - tittilkletiting - ltrlitontunent
The Washington correspondent of the N.
T. Errninglbsi writes: •
There Was one scene connected with the
emancipation demonstration which has not
been reported. At midnight a few emanci
pationists sat down to supper at the Eutaw
House. Secretary' Chase was at the head
of the table, and such men as Winter Davis,
General Garfield, General Tyler Judge
Bond, General Goldsborough, Collector: Hoff
man and Mr. Galloway supported him. The
men who have fought the battle of emanci
pation in Maryland were present, and a
more gallant set of men never honored any
cause or state: After the good things pro
vided bad been properly attended to,
speeches were made, and there was not one
which did not enunciate the doctrine of
immediate ancutelPation. Mr. Chase was
peculiarly happy In his remarks. Those
who know We man simply as the great
financier of use nation, as the leading
statesman of the Administration, have not
seen him in his most attractive aspect.. So,
too, those who have listened to hire in the
Senate or from the stump have not heard
him speak in his most delightful vein.
Among friends, in an after-dinnercolloquisl
speech, Mr. Chase is perhaps more happy
in his efforts than under any other circum
stances. Certainly, the impression which
he makes upon those around him at such
times is a happy one. •
The speech of General Garfield, on the oc
casion referred to, was likened by many
who heard it to those of Wendell Phillips.
Ho is an orator of rare abilities, one who
deals not in rant, who rarely makes use ' cif
a loud tone, yet who thrills an audience at
will. His description of the character of
General Thomas, who has immediate emu-.
mend of the Army of the Cumberland, was
one of the most exquisite bits of eloquence
ever listened to. But it is not my pur
pose to describe any particular speeches
delivered on this occasion,
but to refer to
their general character. They were brim
ful of anti-slavery and emancipation doc
trines, yet the leading Maryland men pres
ent were alarcholders, or friends of slave
It will be noticed that no member of the
administration but Mr. Chase has lent
his influence to the emancipationists
of Maryland in this great canvass. It
is en astonishing fact. Mr. Stanton tried
hard to attend the mails meeting in Monu
ment Square, but was detained by business.
In the congressional district bordering upon
Washington, and containing the famous
"Silver Spring" of the Blair family, the Post
master General uses his influence against
'the emancipation candidate and in favor of
Mr. Crisfield, who is opposed to emancipa
tion, whether by proclamation or legislation.
But the War Department does not seem to
favor the Hon. Mr. Crisfield. A day or two
since six of his slaves volunteered for the
army, and Mr. Stanton will not make haste
to return them.
In the canvass which is about finished in
Maryland, Mr. Kelly, of Philadelphia, who
is well known as a radical anti-slavery
man, delivered stump speeches on the eastern
shore, and was listened to by master and
slaves, yet he delivered anti-slavery speeches.
Occasionally slaveholders and slaves ap
proved a sentiment that he uttered, though
it was in favor of hunian freedom. It would
seem as if no Republican in the country
would be stupid enough to put himself in
the way of the revolution in Maryland.
Conservatism Defined and Illustrated.
In the concluding paper of his series
called the '"Caxtoniarta - in the last number
of Blackwood's Magazine, Bulwer -makes
the following noteworthy admission:
"If I were an American, I should regard
as the worst affliction that could befall my
country, the substitution for Democracy,
with all its faults, of a constitutional mon
archy, with all its merits; because my
countrymen would have been accustomed
to associate their elementary ideas of lib
erty with republican institutions. So, being
an Englishman, I should - regard it as the
worst affliction that could befall my coun
trymen, to substitute for constitutional
monarchy a Democratic republic; because
all their habits of mind are formed on the
notion that liberty, on the whole, is safer,
and the dignity of life is higher, where the
institutions essential, to the duration of con
stitutional monarchy, make the representa
tives of the public interests other than the
paid servants of a class that must of neces
sity be the least educated and the most ex
In a later part of the same article he says:
"Suppose you had said to Shakespeare,
'Friend( you have considerable talents; do
not throw them away on the contemptible
occupation of a playwriter. Be a philoso
pher. Look at your contemporary Bacon :
how much higher is his fame and his sta.
tion than yours! Yon are ambitious of
progress—be a Bacon!'
If Shakespeare had listened to your ad
vice he would not have been a Shakespeare,
and it is my belief that he would not have
been a Bacon. If, on the other hand, you
had said to Bacon, 'Friend, you have very
great genius, especially in the study of
nature. But see bow all schools of philoso- -
phy perish. You are destroying the au
thority of Aristotle, to be destroyed yourself
by some other bold guesser hereafter. Poets
alone are sure of immortality; thoy are the
truest diviners of nature. You put down
Aristotle, but who can put down Ilorace ?
Be who writes prose builds his temple to
Fame in rubble; he who-writes verse builds
It in granite. Write poems—poetry is
clearly a progress from prose. Write a
tragedy out of one of these novels on your
table, "Romeo and Juliet," or "Othello."
Bad Bacon taken your advice, he would
not have been a Bacon; my belief is that
he never would have been a Shakespeare.
It is the same with States; the more highly
they are gifted in one development of fac
ulties, the less it would he progress to turn
aside to another. Each leading State in
civilized Europe has its idiesyneracies ; its
real progress is in developing these idiosyn
cracies; its -.real annihilation of its own
'highest - attributes would be to exchange
its own for the idiosyncrasies 9f another
The Public Debt.
On the let of Beptember, last, 'the Pablo
Debt amounted to $1,228,832,771. It is com
posed as follows :
Four per cent. Temperer: Lesui..-.:-.121,672. 516 00
seAr . eent. Temporary 77, 5 41 94,621 5 ew 0 0
s 0-10 .L 19,236,950.00
Two-year 0 per cent. LOAD =XI 00
Suspended Requisitions 95,930,566 bo
United States Treasury Nets; - .695,924,360 00
Itrsetional ....... 16,651,856 00
Turenty-pset Bonds .. .. .... ... WMO,OOO 0:1
Omit= War Debt ........_.........._-_.r..... 870,450 00
Oeradattee of Indebtedness ......158,436,437 49.
Total ....-.34 25 : 8 " 1. 1/ 11
On the Ist of May, 1663, the 'public -debt
amounted to 6964,045,216. The Woman 'in
four months, up to September Idour been
6264,787,555—which is at the rate of $66,196,-
888 75 per month, 'lnd over $2,200,000 par .
day. In connection with this statement, it ie.
proper to say, that a semi-official intimitiou lists
been given here that inasmuch as thesales of
the Government 6 per cents amounted
for the twenty days of this petoberAS the
enormous sum of $30,102,400 (auguriug
,popubtrity i and the de
mand from Eirope for these ends increase
steadily and widows eolikitatioa ; and the
amount of the loin yet =sold is considerably
Jess than;200,000,000, and, at theprssentrate
of setae, it will very soon be absorbed,the Sec
retary =wee tittOwithdraw it frimitlie market
and WWI- what money be needs upon terms
more favorable to the Government. . The My
milltonaborroweit per ant, isterealpayabte
is curate' tiferred to' and • Gauntest
drawn between that interest and the intern*
on the five-twenties, which, payable in 6614,
is equivalent to miss per oent.
Molts Cuziute, et Auxellle; Kertidall mum ,
17, 1114 hist Opting pee two. Virginia :elaves
eirhe sass Orland, and &rabbis& them .with:
& l o unimerni tools, a*, to:labia* rabbet,'
he to receive half the probs.' The cm' is
noir being rut and will realize in the neigh
borluxid of $3,000.
in 47; Ckari #o4s (liondon) corii; , ;
plains~ tL that canditlatei ihnholy.lariers,froin ,
St. Adisn's College, Birkenhead, apfear
profoundly ignorant of the New Testament
_-one of them did not know what were the
topics of St. Poore preaching to the Athe
nians, of the let Episile to' the Ephesians,
or of the let Epistle Of St. Johns, '&c. The
reason assumed is: "We have very few
lectures on the New Testament, our time is
so much taken up•with Paley and Butler."
A Banta profeasor Audi that Europe con
tains 272,000,000 of inhabitants; Asia, 720,-
000,000; Africa, 89,000,000; Amerie42o6,ooo,-
000, and Polynesia, 2,000,000; total, 1,283,-
000,000. Of this little crowd, about 32,000,-
000 die in each year, which is 87,761 n day, or
61 per snintite.
Tea quantity of cotton afloat from India
for all Europe is about 342,000 bales, against
331,000 bales last year. The proportion for
. 285,000 hales, against 200,000
Tun Popetar Science Review, for October,
prints a page of the London Time., in a space
of by 5% inches, front stone by photo
lithography. The type Is perfectly legible.
• . .
Tim Arcadian (Scotch) says that tho want of
a lock-up has long been felt by the respectable
portion of the community.
oOrics Wiwrinus inITRANCT. 0021:PANT,1 3.8
Pittsburgh, October 29th, MO.
O.AN ELECTION You DDLNCTO
of this Company will be held at its office , No.
92 Water street, on TOZSDnit, November lOth,lBo,
booms the hours of U s. m. and 2 v. m.
ou7ktd Y. M. Ot. heel.
Ornci Enum./ lasinuutcs COILP.1;1
Pittibuigh, October Iffth„lB
O.AN ELECTIO N FOR TEM
. DIRECTORS of fhb. Company, to rre for
the morning year, will be held at Its Moe, ln Bmm
lefe SWIM& Wateralreet, on TITRESDAY, Novem
ber 10th between the hears of 11 a. so. and 1
oelad ROBERT EMU, Secrete-
O*TM ANNUAL MEETING of the
Stockholders of toe Pennsylvania Salt Man
nincturing Company mill bp held at their °Moe. No.
121-Wsinat Street, Philadelphia, on WEDNESDAY.
November llth. at eleven o'clock a. la, for the eleo
tient of Seven Directors to *Pyre Ito the eruntlng ryes,
end such other badness as toss then be yresented.
oclloter SAMIIEL Y. negra,
KrNOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. —
A Specbd Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Pittsburgh d Connelleville Railroad Co. e held
at the at
of the Company, In the Pitta
burgh, at 11 o'clock*. m. on I'III3IIBDAY, the 12th
day of November, A. 1). 1863, for the purpose of ac
oepting or rejecting the following named Acts and
Supplements, passed by the General Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Panneylvanla, at Ito last readon,
to wit: "An act to repeal the ninth section of an act
ortring the laying out of State Road from the
=ugh of OreigsburgSchtylkill wordy, to inter
sect a publlo road leading from Easton to
Chunk, and forothnr purports," approved dialed day
of April, A. D. 1043. "A supplement to en act to
incorporate the Pittsburgh le Connelleville Railroad
Company," approval the 11th day of April, D.
1883. MOO, .A grapple:nem% to an act to Incorporate
the Safe Harbor and Susgewhanna Turnpike Road
Company," d oarna, approved the 14th day of April,
A. D. Hat THOS. S. BLAIR,
S P. MARKLE,
JOHN A. OAIIORET.
J. R. MARSTON
W. W. TAILOR, ,
JOHN 8. DILWORTH,
DANL. R. DAVIDSON,
W. B. HAVEN,
t h y, 1
A coon. 11. R. Co.
Pirtebsowl), CS* 18C1. ocalitf
Esautram Bmat or rITTSBITIVIH,
October l l .
IN ACCORDANCE WITH T 1E
ACT Of ASSEMBLY. notice is bomb]
glean that Mr. ALIT...AND= NIMICII has been
darted Woe President of Ws Bank.
11. MORHAT. Cashier.
37LSICBLISTS alto irlAsorAcruaras &mg,
Pitub=b, Oct. 15th, 1663.
HE ANNUAL ELECTION Atll
DIItECTORS will be held at the Banking
Houle, on MONDAY, the 16th day of November
next, between the hours of tea n. in. and two p.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY, the &I day of November, at ten
o'clock m. JOHN SCOTT, Jr., Chatiler.
Eicnanac Bass or. Drranausw i
October 15th, 1860.
U.THE ELECTION FOR Dll -
OBS of this Bank will be held at the Bank
ing Hoare on MONDAY, November 16th, 1840, be
tween the hours of eleven m. and 2p. The an
nual MeetiniT of Stockholders will take, place on
TUESDAY, boveanber 3d, at 11 a. m.
oclLam 11. M. 2dUItRAY, Cashier.
AIIXIMA" Oct. 14th, WO.
al - SAN ELECTION FOR DIRECT
OBS of thla Bank will be held at the Count
ing Howe on the 16th day of November next, be
tween the boom of 10 o'clock a. tn. and 2 o'clock
J. W. 00011, Osekler.
The mumd meeting of the Stockholders will be
hold on the 3d day of November next, at 12 o'clock m.
°Wain • -
Colima Hama., rittsblych, Uct. 16th, 1863.
ELETIO 1 rOp CTIO;1 FOR
1, TH III IRTEEC s of tlats Bank be held at the N
Banking ilosim on IKONDAT, November 16th, at ten
o'clock a. m.
The regular annual meeting of Stockholder. will
be hold on TUESDAY, Not. ad, at 11 o'clock
or.ls:lta GEO. T. TAN ODIUM, Cashier.
leo II Ceeir Bunt, Pitt.burgb, Oct. lull, no&
U•AN ELECTION FOB THIRTEEN
Dll2B47foftS of thirßank will be held At the
Banking Rowe cm MONDAY, Not. 16th, 1633, be
tween the hours all and 2 p. m.
The annual meeting of Stocholder. will be held
en TUESDAY, Nov. 3d, 1862, at 11 o'clock a. m.
ocledm J. KAGOFFIN, Caehler.
ilaniThttsoorgb,.Oct. nth 166.
yeti ELEdTION FOE mitEcr-
OBS of this Bank will be held et the Dank.
log Howe., on MONDAY, the 16th day of November,
between the holm of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 p. m.
The regular atiqual meeting cif Stockholders will
be held on TUESDAY, Nov. ad, at 10 o'clock m.
oclanlm GPM D. MirlilltEW, Cashier.
.ArE ir aIDrERTISEX)E.rTI3.
BBUTTER,-1O jam prime Butter for
Ws by WORT 11. COLLINS.
STRAW CUTTER for sale by -
044 H. C'OLLINB
SU tAR CURED 11.A11R—O ton. sugar
Cored Canvas llama Just received and for ado n
No. 120 Bocond street.
0e29 TRAWL VAN 001WEIt.
LEATHER BEL'ELNO,-. of the , best
manufacture; also LAOVLEATILEB, , BOTETS
and BELT HOOKS, elm. on hind 2.6 and 28 St.
Clair isnot. J. Ell. PHILLIPS.
APYLES I APPLES I APPLEs
car loads of choice Apples, coneletlng of Oman-
SPlllcklleMora, Emma", Roman Seant les
Goiom Oat., Bellflower", Pennock', Golden and nod
Atreak. Pippin', &c., nun In store and for ode by
oc3o I, VOIGT &
TIIIVERSAL CLOTHES WRING
h...) the only Wringer that giros perfect satlefae.
Hon. Call and .=amino them, at the India Bobber
Depot, SO and IS St. Clair stree &
oral Sots agents Srh this whilii•
pOTATOES.-42 bble,each Brows;
44 do Priam Alberts;
9, gagUn Whiles;
• E s White Hoshannocbs;
Just recelrat sad an b
0031 CHAS . C. 114. LZT,I79 Liberty et.
'NObash. prima White Beene;
50 DNA. prepared Sweet Clder,
, Tdlterres•.•ll. Cheese;
CA bushels Onlorui;
TomT• e nd for ode at 126 Second Wad.
• • . : SPANK YAN 430111N92.
()OLT'S RBV LVERBI..
Warner's" - de. .c
or sale • JAMES BOWL 130 Wood street
' ---- 10 - CV RAISINS.
..L.3 goo Irmo oew W. U. Raining
" Low "
200 half "Jul gr. boxes "
21 crir bigluittad tar sale tq'
=23 USYMER a afrzoa
CHEESE.--1300 . boaca W. K;
100 do Ibirciburgi
x 5 - do Goshen;
103 hot( DM,: No. 3114t0 Norkerol;
30 bblo.'No.it tarteBiacternst;
bushels prim Ilmoihisead; '
_ 8 .40 Mortara::
alo=e and tbr sias by
acJl , •
, ,01;18.0. BALBLEY, 170,Llborty at.
NE CONSIGNMENTS.— :caved
tbd dat-150 bbla: Groos'ApAft;
• 33 do Ortoborier,
300 do White Bison
, 39 do .Jarsey throot ado
300 too Neshannock do;
10 JAL; Oda,
' 4 do 11011 Eldttar;
• -' 30 bap (:)no;
Now to"Irtopo sad tbr Ws 37. •
0020 - N. VOIGT CO.
( (100 Pa-Now in atm
1 103 plat i Potatoesi
50 " IlickaLLlo l ;
3 tea Buckwheat nom;
" Ear Cora;
• 10hotorls •
12 r/ 1 40 1 . Sagan
I twilit tiro nor old Pittact
100 *ern Vane, 'boom;
10 barrels pun Oar,
9000 pounds packed Batter;
Arid Dir solo by L. It VOIGT it 01:1;
joati-E,MlRStff':: llHTlO,t i Littig . diii
el=the Snake:male ig Muth** heretofore
DIETRICH lri. RIDEALT:, will con
limes tbe eananat the-0140.mnd ~ortElidatreet. where
be wilt be happy to receive a ad execo2.e all olden,
Pittsburgb, October Sf)th, 1 ICI. 0c71:3t
FAMILY - HORSE A ND ROCKAWAY
FOR 11l .LE.
A due FAMILY HORSE, that trots in 3:31 gentle
In 4 " 2 7 feePect, and can. be driven by children.
Ti 01 be sold low. Inquirer of ' ,
oB7der A. Id cTICTIE 112 Fiftb street.
DEVIEF WARJAATED IN 10 Mrs.
INOTP.3 I—CADN'S COUGH CEDE, for the imme
diate relief of Cough/4Eo2moms, and all,itthrts of
Throat *Sections. Htb, article stands tinrivalla
gl clams of people—ministers. publio sped:era, sing
.'s...Merl, Sc., hl their voluntary commendations
place the 'Core where It justlf inlonge, viz : ahead
of ail other Cough ropedlse. told by
eel Corner Ponrth and Smithfield etroete.
VOR SALE,--An .excelleritLTßACT,of
LAND, Com Wing of twenty-five scree, situated
in MELIA townshb?, about one mile from the City
Farm—har lug tiecroon erected a dwelling house and
ham Also, fru.% trees of Tarim kinds, about five
acres of which id teal land, all the products haying
as cmallmt mar ketin thmudikbork.'d• Said
is under good cnitintlan. For terms apply to J.
DRYDEN, on the premises, or W. C. AIIGIIIN
BARGE, No, nt DiAmondemt, Pittsburgh.
pROPRIETARY AND REVENUE
STAMPS, or all denomhvatioua. A hill niggly
kept conatantlfr on baud, at the 'lnternal
°Moe, No. 67 Water street, next doorto Ci Tress
ury, A=cy r: DAVID R. WH ITE,of Taturnal Revenue, WA Diet. Pa.
Rata.—hettira should be directed to Allegheny,
net f6ttateugh. oc7A
RIGHTS FOR A VALUABLE PAT
INT FOE SAM—Manufacture.' Rights or
State Mats far BAKER'S EXCELSIOR REFRIG
ERATOR. Can ho mad with or without Ice.
Scianatlfic men an - speak in its &slur.
On exhibition for a 'short time only, at
PETTErIi REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
ou3lawl3 St. Clair street.
PLEASANT SUBURBAN RESI
DENCE FOR BAEZ . altwete 2% . adlra from O.
city, on the Perrysrflle road; a new cottage house of
Lee rooms and cellar, well built and in good arbor; s
well of excellent water, good Stable, feed house, /to.
Twenty ehOlorapple and pear treu; aloe peach trees
and shrubbery. Will be sold at a barimia.
For price and terms apply to
oc3l 8. CUTHBERT & SONS. 51 Market at.
STRAYED—From the residence of the
underelgned, In Penn township, Allegheny
county, on the 27th Oct., ONE BROWN ViLira%
Vs a:g. t h t. year On doe.
Any toglaton balm
to bee ' recovery Will be
reasonably rewarded by addreaslng the ondemlgned,
White Ash Post Ogles, Allegheny conaty.
Omma or Tat CONTIIOI3.II or Alumn Co., PA.,
PitMbur.., October 22: h , 11933.
FIFO CONTRACTORS.—SeaIed Propct
_a_ =4n7l be umeired at this once until NOVEM
BER. 4ru, fur furnishing material and building a
Bridg amuse Pine Creekon the old Butler Turn.
pike, in Hampton township. Bide for Stonework by
the perch and for Superstructure by the foot lineal.
Specifications can be men on application.
BY direction of County. Commissioners.
HERBY LAMBERT, Controller.
tTIvITED tiTATES POST OFFICE
DIBECTOBT, for ISf.3. Price El 50.
A frost) supply recolsed at
SAY it CO.'S, 55 WOO4l .tr.
V itll-100 res. prime kat
No. 1 LEAF LARD,
No. 353 Liberty mtreet
store and for We by
RECEIVING NEW BOOTS, SHOES,
GAITERS, 13.SLMORALS AND GUMS
Every day, .t BOULAND'S, 98 ILarkat street
COMB AND EXAMINE OUR
OF BOOTS, sumo! , AND GAITERS
Which .re the cheavat in the city, M
ac3l POSLAND'S 98 Market strrot.
B LRGArNsi BARGAINS!
Cuss. W. Bstritxtoa, Esq.,
!Surveyor, rte.. Pittsburgh, Penn's.
The law. of the coasting trade require that every
description of boat °reuse' of over Ova tons,wridlus
than twenty tomoneasarement, shall be licensod,"and
If of twenty tons msasonionent andupwarda, enrolled
and lionised. Toter:imply with theasensmizsments,each
boat or vessel most be named or numbered so as to
distinguiah the particular IMSZOI for which a license
or 'enrollment and license may to issued. If num
bered, the name or initials of owner/for some other
distinguishing letters, most acconspeny the number
on each vessel. Two Tenets of the setae Masa, name
or number, cannot be licensed, or enrolled or Boomed,
the case may be, in the tame district.
The Begulatkns of Internal and Coastwise Inter-
move require boat. of all description destined for
any point On the Ohio or Iliselaslppi rivers; south of
Wheeling, to exhibit a mailifeet of their entire cargo
to the liorvegor of Customs, and obtain a clearance
before depart/neon the voyage.
Owners of Coal Boats and Bargee are requested to
report at the Custom Rouse, the different points at
which other halite can be found and naassired, and
to furnish the information requisite a 0 as to avoid
orinectemary delay in obtigninir enrollments and
CilAg. W. BaTOBIELOB. '
Balled ' Surveyor Of Customs.
OPPOSITZ VIZ POST orvics.
In BOOTS. 5110 EB, aerrsas,
DALETOBALII AND DUMB
At J. Ei. BORL.I.I(D'd, 14 Market area,
second door from Fifth
OR. W. P. FUNDENIBERGI
Ilas rosnmod the practice of his profession, M
No. 144 PENN STREET, two doors twtow Pitt
Pittsbutvh. Oetnber 25. 160.
A lAN* sasorts.nt
OUTLET SAW MILLS
Li k `
of DECKING.BOAT 71i 1 D tb =
• ANN, WINDOW DIANN STMT LINTLLS,
INGS, ko., de.,
ÜB-SU,I4 JISTS, SPOUTING, LA +U N ' PAL-
Se Will ON alders for SAW= STUTZ with
prinnatmaw and arrfair
N. B. Perms wanting LONG MBES or POP
LAD are partied/try Invited to examlns Ida stock.
Sir Moe on Craig otreed, near NoLtneon.
The Old Merchant* of New 'fork. 21 series.
The Blackman; his antecedents end hie gonna.
Squire Trarylyn's Heir. By Mrs. Wood.
Eloanor's Victory. By Elsa Bruhlon.
Our Old Home. By Nathaniel liavrthoroe.
GaLaDays. By GallTiamilton.
The Amber Go.lo. By Miss Prescott.
Agassis's Method of study lo Natural H4tury.
Heart and Cross. •By Nis. Oliphant.
litandeLeshon's Letters from Italy and Switzerland.
Learn from the Diary of an Army liorgeon.
The Light and Dark of the Rebellion,
The ying Parson.
The =n's Garland. Arranged ti3ovntr
- The Golden Treleitiy of Songs and Lyrics.
The Dead Shot. A new book for Sportsmen.
For nab by NAT t CO.. a 5 Wood street.
PERTH .EXTILACTED WITHOUT
PAIN.—We take this method. of Woman; our
Mende and the ruble generally that . 0 us Mr
to EXTRACT TLC= wrraorr PAIN
practice of Dentistry. _ Those who have been
postponing this conch dru&d operation may now hiy
olds their fears and give tte • all, u the Must=
we have In we has been thoroughly tested during the
put boar yam, fray eetabllihtng the sib mid *o
beli character of the e . ratin. Dr:4ll' o r Mud
cols nor Ilalvante Battery wed. Ali Om wtatug
the auto" of stood and tellable Dentist will do
veil to rail and consult with
JAWS B, KING, D. D, 8., •
Ira ISSl_lfootth drost,
or DA. O. KING, No. a eratihnew Shut Pithi
NEW mum BOOK.
By 31:11. Bwatinit
In per. and wjll 1m issued early in Novembor
• . •
A now collection. , of Sowed and Secular'Moak for
Singing Sehoota, , Chotrs, Congregations, and s oda
ass. 117 Wzralair B. BSADMIT, author .of
Jubilea," and mull other aoudad ar9rlcs.
.Ons hundred pages will be devoted to the Elements
of llfusio, with *great amount onager Sloping School
Haste, and nearly TUBER ItlfliDitED plies to Ba
rred Muir, as Tunes of d 1 metres, Arttheoas, Chants,
and other sotplates, malty new:. The Work is pant
ed throughout front Urge Dildal4ene* Port on
staff. Price, $10 ; per doses .. A, copy Will be
wont pat-paid to Nty teacher of inus or leader of
choir, for etamlnation, on receipt of one,dollar.
The itrunense lumen of bit. 13radbury's prostate'
works, and their aluttat Medan:T*4 sale Gilds lett
work In this department, Tux Juana, (more than
tip) bendred tbanaandooptes bare already been sold,
prose Ms knowledge of the yenta of, the public land
his ability toeupply 'Mem. ' ,
The present work was designed for publication last
year, but haying been delayed bemuse of the nate=
lovable tinier; the author has had opportunitytopet ,
feet it in its "serious department'. As a S I NG IN G .
BONOOL BOOK, the .Idrpliorw will be AIM two/
comprehensive and retnplete than He predecessors,
*bile to choirs, Congregatiods, Itociettes;Ae„ it will
present the results of ICI: Bradbury's labors in corn.
podng sad collecting for erteratyears. • for sale by
Hanoi it Ilamilivlltaten.MASON
Published - - , •
ocielgtixsi 7 Mercer street. New Tort.
IPkTr'S 26TH CONSIGNMANT
At, Auctioxi._ •
PRlVitr, 1111111 4 10 "M`DAY.
BAGS. -10 dozen second-hand Twined
81.0 a& by BURT H. OUSEL
J0 TTN....*.....„... __ . g0, . glik,...r_Eß2l/7,ZEgLefE1LiH,,,,,t005....„..,..t?' iii.A ,irrtirsl-5.KTEJ11E..4:"1:14.,_-_,
ITED bTATLS,..ttt._ ..—Ti tt i oa l ... _ _ 9FTITTSBUROR -;-. • ..;.-
‘3 snot _l..eastucnt LL-t, for 180, centaluirot MEAN&
Twee on Inc OM., , Licenses. hileur nate and Cu- b . . m . , Di,,,,,,,,,,, and C. P.
digits, inDlYladon No_l of Otto Trrenty.thlrd GAM. .
N fl d . :liken.. of Indebtedness. ... ....$1,503,Ce ck
Hon District of Ponu'a, COOl prls its '
g that part of Al- ~.. S. , nouth , , ~,. ~,d 7 3. , R , 591.000 00
county north of th e Allegheny and Ohio
Beal Estate and Ground Dent-- 49,644 19
ri" ~,,t"'''ar"ld' and the !Roost ' ill ' :Rocks and Misce ll anies —« 9,314 .fill
ittand4ll6-,cArt...0., b 7 Water street, Allegheny, 1
Due by other 11anka...._..... ........ 1.. ..11:399_14
(next door lo't is City Trruntei,) either i 2 pers. •
Bank Noteo.Cheeks.t.Treas'3 Note. 104,711 00
or by Deputy, oa th SATrf/DAY, the 11th dny of ,
...... .. 1 ., 1402 8 8
November, fur the purpose. of receiving rad Tones.
He sill also attend in parlor, or by Deputy, lbr the ,
couvenience of 'Tax Payers, at the folloelog Pie." A ' •
Wan. i ' . LIABILITIp.
At Tareutunr, at the horme of Bezeklah Youtlne, .
on FRIDAY , Rai , ofh, home. n the hours of oa. ic ' eu pTo P e it t . l ,
. S o lo , d ' ir4„. ll - , i ........ . -- ..... ---- '"'l.- 0 43 : 3 1 ) 8 1)° ,,,
and 3 p. to. of that der.
At Dakenstosto, at Ale, house of kin. Meeker, on i I :"Paidi" il ' Ad. i Sn'Tru.' do. ' 1 1 1 : 9 89 11 , V' g y j
1 Due to ot h er . Banks :-........1.--4.-
TUESDAY, the 10th of November, from 3 o'clock • ~,,, ui. „. . ..,
...... 31,870 CO
ID. to 3 o'clock D. in, of that day. 1,481,951 41
At Y.'"victleY , et the atom of John Way, on . Pepe-its
THURSDAY EVENING, the 12th day of November,
from 7 to 9 o'clock of that day.
The ten per cant. and other ponaltie• prtocribod in
the IZncise Law, which will be incurred after this
14th, will he otrictly enforced in all coon.
Government Yon& only recelved.
DAVID lc. WIRTTE,
Cult ,'tor of the Lid District, Peta.'a.
PUCE ONLY FINS CENTS
Beady today. Coutaining
Useful and lutaresting READING MATTER tor
the FAMILY CIRCLE.
Nearly a huudred Valuable and Profitable Receipts
(or making many of the most Popubte PATENT
BIEDIOIN ES; PEKE MER V, II AIIt D Y 1,• , tr.
ASTRONOMICAL. Pll EN 031 EN A .
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENT'S or tur GREAT
TILE UNITED STATES PENSIoN LAW.
VIE UNITED STATE BOUNTY LAW.
TERM DAYS OP TRH VARIOUS COURTS Ws -
W*FTEIIN PENNSYLVANLA, ate, trc.
Calculations by Piously* DUN, A.M., Principal
or Pittsburgh High School. and Author of ^ Deatia
A New Featuro of this Number ie thu TW ELV
SIGNS OF TITS ZODIAC.
PRICE ONLY FIVE CENTS
Mailed Net-paid on reeell.l of Price.
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
groin& Hell. Fifth atmet
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF UOA L
BOATS, COAL BARGES, OIL BOATS, r LAT
BOATS, KEEL BOATS AND CANAL BOATS.
Canoe Bore; Prrnmaan, Nov. 2, ISCi.
The attention of Coal and 011 Dierchants, and
others, owners of Flat Boats, Keil Boats, Canal
Boats, Barges, Oil Boats,Stors Boats, Coal Boots and
Coal Barge(, navigating the Ohio river and Its tritat.
tants and canals, h.ag an outlet into a navigable
tint' or inlet, ts relpeWolly directed to the follow
ing latter of the Secretary of the Treasury
frxrdicar DrPuttmirt, May 26,186.1.—5ir : I here
received your letter of Apr/121st, ISM, relative to the
=sting trade on the interior water of the United
The tern 'violating the coasting tied@ an to be
applied to the Inland navigation of the Ohio ever
and tributaries, with the exception of a Am provis
ions of a special or local character.•
Flat Boat. laden with coal and floated down the
river with the anntance of ours, Coal Barge., Open
Flat Boats, fiend-decked Flat Boats, Dashed Bargee,
with model bow and sten, and heel Boats, Flat
Boats laden with merchandise for the purpose a
trading at different twines on the Ohio and Wails!
sippl riven and tribute/in, Cern! Bouts with and
esimout steam power within themselves, excluslvety
on canal; and not coming oat into navigable riven
ere required to comply with the provision, of the
Acts of Congress regulating the Coasting Trade, and
to be enrolled and Mewed, or licensed intim case
may be, and pay tonnage dues, provided by the pro
visions of the 15th Section of the Act of July 14th,
1842, entitled "An Act increasing, temporarily, the
duties on imparta, and for other purpose'," which
• apply to"alt mewls width shall le altered at any Cu
- tom Boum in, the United States," and include ell de
scription of hosts and camel maidoet to else:Ml=o •
and license under prertone bran, Canal-Botts, ar
other craft plying on waiters exclusively within the
limits Ma Mate, having no mktlet into a navigable
river or lakeoa which commerce with foreign nation.
or among the Stater, or with the Indian tribes, coo
1.4 carried on, do not come within the provisions of
this or previous arts.
With great respect, S. P. CILASD, .
Secretary of tlio Treasury,:
Pm' Oz. 2.30.
Having accepted the Agency On the sale of the
SEMPLE; CLAY, mined near fiL Loa* Ido., I in
vite the attention of Olam and Steel ktanufactareri
to the Andy& given above, es reported by Prof.. A.
A. Ilya , of Bosom, and/. C. pooth, of Philadelphia,
which, together with the test of natal experienco by
manafientamx to Pittsburgh, Cincirmill and St.'
Loots, determines It to be the pored and 'Mott valu
able Clay now known, whether Toreigo or American.
Pots made from it have stood in the Glen Furnace
from fiN, to 9 months.
The Analytic Ls of the Clay so taken from the lane,
without any washing or preparation whatever. I,
pomemee great adhealvaleas and plasticity qualities, ad.
which are not shows by the Analyst', end akiak
mit of the mixture of • laige proportion of shell or
I ant now prepared to fill orders.for thenbove Play
, to both ipped from St. Louis or &Intend here;
Ail alma and pride, et the MantillctOry,
OPPOSITE THE POST ONTICE.
CIatTES DE V - 1/31TE I
ORNTIM DRUG STORE,
Cbrser o►to.ed pdarstStrteta, dilmlwasN,
SPA43"I""D PA A N B itIED
T WINES. &e.
• 041•Physlclane pftetriptbmiln7 CoinPoU 6 d
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
hit reedred it " lIIIILION'Et DIM STOWS,
,Tor sale at
B ,;-- QwNl3 igg/NCIML.TROCRE
'roit solo vtrsorm
lor "10 at'
r itrrljltiftolte 131:444,
Wt. a seal ea
*NM I TRE - ARMYOF THE .
By m after: Illiantstod
r vittk Aneei 'portraits, vox% acinvbsir and 'nom,
v3hadr,4 mi. Crimea,
Alla SUNDAY SCHOOL;I3D =WIVE ZAN
Aar, I By.WalibAbbotodtlvialzttiublo4
ISet.Jobt a 0 Abbott. .
by B. P. PIM
far sale b) L L. RIM
oeSS Na. 72 Nu* West.
Sha attire mato:Mint is correct to the boat of my
Naosyledgo antl-144.1. • Jouszir.naran, Costdor.
From Co nod sublieribod this 24 daylSC.
b. 8211111, Notary Pablte.
E XCH A SGE , BANKTOF PITTS.I3'GH.
Ptrrotsvaatt, November 2,12(3.
Leans and Dieconnie .11,3111477
dealtaste 60,000 00
fiGoid and Silver Coin
United States Legal Tender Now... 561,046 00
United States Bonds, 7 1-10 per a._ 100,600 CO
United Mated Bondi6 per c0nt...... 100,000 (0
ratted States Certificate", 6 par ct- 640, 0 X 1 0 0
Pennrylraitia Bonds.-- 25,000 CO
Checks and Note" of other !auks— 112,V13 17
1)06 by other Bank' 124035
The above stemmata Is correct to the best Of ety
hnowledg , and belief. B. M. 11101tRAT, Cashier.
Affirmed before Wei tide dal - of Nov., 1463.
C. 11. MALL, Notati Public.
MEitcIIANTS" AND MANUFAC
Prrnmcacu, Norezra , .-r
1,154.= u 0
St: LOUIS, NO;
No. ISt 'WOW) STRIST;
CARTMDE TIBITZ I
G6RTES DE VlBltE.l
6,000 JUST EICIPMD AT
OPPOSITZ THI POST OVVICZ.,
GEO. A - . &ELLT, barium&
8r5. , 471i 69 YU& WOOL'
BONS OP Kiln CIIGABJ3,
rumors DRUG STORE,
1606. a snd 69 Irtfth Ark.
ftILIONS DEl?g,Prary '
Noe. 67 and 89 stxpet.
%Nt - . - .4,1" ,, 0z .4 1,5111. - .X.T,.. - 4,.rttPt - 1 4 '
n~ ' ~ 3l .
Note In Circulation
Due to other Banta
Contingent Fund and liarottige.
Due Deposit,. •
and Disconuts 402,881 98
Coin 202.173 47
Notes and Checks of otb, 10.9,0.. 07
Dor by othrr Banks 44,983 98
Cummonwrob.b Puun'a Louo 40,090 on
r. 8. Government Loan.-- -- .. 1,194,000 IX)
The *bore etatement le correct and true to dm beat
L'r knowledge and b yVA4 SCOTT, Jr., Gelder;
Sworn and jubscribod before me this 24 day of
Nor., 1143 SNOWDEN. Notary Public._
MECRANICZT BANK OF NI - I:IL
PIIII=IIOII, November 2, 1802,
.5 998,163 IV
Dim to Depotitors...
Due to other Danko
V. S. Loans and Discounts 81,554,332 60
Due by other Hanks 16,86.3 93
Treasury Notes and Notes d Cheeks
of other 8enk5.....—.... —.. N 33,003 46
Coin .- -- ....... -.. 61,490 90
Deposited In Cir Su b-Treasury . 130,000 00
The above statement li correct to the bait of my
knowledge and belief.
GEO. D. 110ORZW, enabler.
fiwom before me this Rd dapf N0v.,5 6 3.
FIILNIC W. KENN T, Naiir7 Public.
NJ - f Pistol:um, November t, 18 61 .
Loans and iscounte...-- $ f95,3c3 9G
Coln 169,T0 Gf.
Note. and &eke of other Danks..... 1x9,165 59
Legitedal Tendir Noute....----.. 21,000 00
Un States Becurities ' 414,000 00
1 Dna from Dislike and 8anker....._... 59,071 14
Capital , 500,000 f.l
...... , 089,100 W
• 3.27419 92
-Due to Bunke and Bankers. TABS 8.2
The abort statement is correct to the bat of my
knowledge and belief.
GEO. VAN DOREN, Nattier.
Affirmed before me this ad day of Nor., 1863.
• H. E. DANIS, Notary Public.
IRON CITY JUNK. • .• „
• P 111113131611, November 2, MS.
Capital Block _..—.—.-..-...».........8 d 00,070
Leans end Discounts— 610,M,26
B. and Pa. Bondak Certificates-. 554,600 CO
•Depoetted UM. & 13tibTressury-.1. 235,5001 V
Due by other Banks _ 116,385.
Temporary Loon 'to Go. error of Pa. 2,200 00
Notes and Checks of other Banks
and Ttessary 160,51 10
Specie —.--...... ....... ...... 131,980 01
Ctrelidatton.- ', ...--....---- 771,927 03
Due to (Aber Banks—. 01
Duo to Depositors...._. _ 653 , 261 95
The above stamens is correct, according to tke
l.et of my knowledge end'lief.
Maraud unto before ma this day.
& 8111TH, Notary; Public.
A LLEUHENY BANK.
Prrvisvarm, November 2, 1853.
Loans sad 875,211
DuP b 7 other 8ank5.....-- MOM 38
Notes and Maths of other &aka.— , Agfs Os
L. A. SxuTut o k Treasttry Notes... 512,457 00
Doe to other 4,633 CO
Doe to 3N1,744 03
' The abotement Li correct, according to the
best of my-knowledge tad
J. W. COOK, Cashier.
.Debra unto before me ale da
OVER 100 DIFFERENT STYLES,
FROM SO CENTS TO $l5.
FOB SALS BY
AS. C. MELLOR,
ft , ;.• •
S 1 WOOD STREET.
pATENTED OCTOBER 8, IN6I
OVAL L,A.MF . CHIMNEYS
Thaw Chimney* an Intended for the It game.
heating all parts of the east equally. don not moat,
It to cracking, Z. T. DITEISIDOZ
• . Tott.Pitt tmo Wotioarmaklttelte strait.
ALLEY, FARRELL &CO.,
GO ARE STERN FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Ponape, Valves
Aud m kinds of Attthp ar Waal, Gm sad aeon.
1141ITATOILB:MID.TAIAIIIIrc4 OIL SETIAZ-
BIER, lined with had by w ninipnxxam
Zl . OO, VS TO= ETBYXL:
'1.1; runanlaaff t lu• ' '
" . 41aunta.ctFor , k9!
wJAZITY MINIM Warr , eripaq
and Octagon. of am . Wan . luxiol
•.40124 40 1 44 . 17 9 1Prbd at litillqinOKtured to this am;
419,0n100 and osottems, Not. 149 664151 MST .
sod 191oinil= LiZCOZEDSTSI4I:III. Pittalocrith'f ,
POGO' PiOW WORKS,
Ilititai4lllisten hi tD die darned rids .
eF PLCM1011 1 1,0W: dhsllNoB, -- SCOOPS, =-
SUM =Ma' /*JAR% ißeatb thalami taill
ike Swilkolog ITlchprinassmutly Writs dmihtrp
n ort= o. 3fh a txtditehllrmparaiteinrde,
Wilt i at- tilla ' gh.
T. J. HAM . -
JAS. J. BROWN.
- PRICES RE9IICED.
NEW CARPET STORE.
McFa.rland i Collins&Co.,
Hoe. 71 AND 73 FIFTH' ST.,
Offer tar a* AT. PRICES TAIL =WI! PIIZMIT
KARI= RATE* &CI naffs* - awl choice
HEAL -ENGLISH VELVET CARPETS,
Best Rear Brussels dupes.
EMUS AHEM CA/PITS,
TAPESTRY VELVET CARPETS,
A lull BAe ut uev s ead rry ettoleirattorns.
KW erns PERSIAN THIIIIM-PiT CLAIIPICTS,
very choice -ms.
Lowell, Hartford sad othertitandarf talus of
SUPERFINE AND EXTRA SUPERFINE • INGRAINS.
LOW PRICES ALL WOOL CARPETS,
at lean thai saaaal6ettaare riment Titian, at whale
sale sad Wan.
ENGLISH VELVET RUGS art& WELTON AND
VELVET MATS, in • great iretiotc, - the tug. , 1. -
sort:nerd of petterne 10 be Amok .mob..; •
oplendid assortmeot of SMEEP SE.M MATS.
Floor Oil Cloths,
Tram 2 to 24 ftvt Lido, now mut ettiptit potter=
COCOA WAITING, Go Cburetne, Maw WNW
and Seals; common and extra
Woolen, Linen & Colton.Drugget,
Pluto %to 4. yards wide. •
GREEN, ILUZE. VELVET AID. 13HINISICLS OT
TOMANS; STAIS HODS; -"TASLE OIL
CLOTHS, gain mot fumy I I,lmbrol
Window Eihadoss and :Fixtures.
The stock on hand laming been ,ptachaind when
gold was at 24, wino sold at correircallng salsa
Between Post Mee and •INryoEe} ~BWLlln~.
ppm LAVOEST STOCK OF
Velvet, Brussels and grain
Carpets, Floor Oil , Cloths,
&c., ever offered in tkii city,
is now 01444 gat prices
much below the late factory
OWED ELITE & CO.,
NEW STOCK AND NEW I.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, gets,
EMADES; Jm, at
• very Ism siontment oralf goods In ear
al the lomen paten Patna In the Tartan
this 110511:01. funinthen Wand than tut sew
sales prices. • •
ode ' W. D. a n. tatemaana.
r , , DIA CURB -OF CEIITALN
MAL AMES," samming terrible aspect, by po ,
Of New tit, Proprietor of Thannear, de., de, lie
professional dotes respiringhla m tast e &
* lbw dap. lie may be lid
fintEgT, omit the dm NO , IIOECIiO4 , and no imigg.
as his numatoos ettptgententapitetimbs the pmelliel•
ity of a longer stay.
A Widows supervision and ittrpection of &mate
arg from impnatencke, enables the practoner.
experlauced In thpe spocialltles, to adopt plresirpt
and =win name to moots the blight, and wiry
the tainted getm, width, if allowed to mb Its
course =due mionner foposlearfol to contem
plate. Mader% those tmfortutudely compelled to
appears...WM the axial sixth, with I system atm
ted with dieser, or enlestded.br pa•Tated habits
are exhorted to anal tbeinitana. of Dr. DARROW'S
rvisit without delay.
it:ember the number„lf2 TEDEDINICEM
asiikddd sad Grad. _Ms hours from les
til l two, and front four till eight la the male&
TIU881:11.AD-:Prolocted tylloYalLettem Patent
of Zealand, and secured by the Seals*, the keoli de
Pharmacia de Paris, and the. Imperlel College of.
Media" Menlo- '
completely and entirelyeradiattee all tracts of those
disorders for which Copalrik,:aad Cobebe hare gener
ally been thought as antidote, to the ruin o f the
lather 1 VP= m j e t h •=as° the
obristhig the deetractim use of Marcum
se well se ell other deleterlend w hi c h
all Saresparilla la the wor ld_me. Tram
tear 1, 2 and 3 am alike of taste or
and of a ll aansestlag qualities. They myrtle th ey
of a lomags, sad may Be'ea the toilet tabl. wither&
their ens being inspected.
Sold In tin eases at $3 each, or four 23 cum in as
do SS. and In 227 ,'"thee wring 29, as admiral*.
tared by Velma; 1 e" , r, Boni ; de. Mudemde
sad Mail by Dr.. 11. DADDOW, ISt Shocker et,
one door from Handertypdstmet, New York, Lase
dinte co reedit of remittance, Dr. Bartow win fo'.
ward Thmu=ir to any pert of the world, securely
of the miter end &Mitered accordbm to the luatruotl
Pabllthed alioley Dr: DUBOW that popular and
bearitifiroodthd erdlltunest Tram.
Price 25 ceats: Tridenaar ated can be obtained
on Dental anthetitflrom : '
el Hamer Napo& Wok tries emzi•ptexl on.
esiiiwee Anhatia, for restraing Om .
randlir ea shades.. •
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ffis.4U Stair &dam aid Adabcdoemmag
Mho* PENA Trot roir andka.
lags. Mem cf rata.
- Ran Pafasian Dad Bar Oaa.
Giparias ChM= and 4:bid Crams, Am dipped
0. A. KT.LLrfI CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
0t24 ' Ilartid Scam, A/UO=3%
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Maid at 11:1=0.108 MVO BTU;
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7 sale et • - ' • 79111!OHNIS DWG NOS%
siz • ' eri andi ia axe bay. P. O.
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at sascatilixera non,
6,09 MOAT Oa elligth atnita
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