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• - NOV. 10, 1863
CITY ..4ND SUBURBAN
Official Paper of the City
Adjourned Meeting of Coal Merchants.
On Monday afternoon at two o'clock, an ad
journed meeting of coal merchants was held
at the office of Messrs. A. D.Smith] Bros.,
Water street.. A. Miller, Eeq. was in the
chair, and N. J. Bigley acted as Secretary.
Mr. J. Walton, on behalf of the committee
to procure legal advice in reference to the pro
posed lounge Demise on coal coats. barges,
etc., reported that they had consulted with
-George P. Hamilton. Esq. That gentleman,
however, declined to give a decision upon the
merits of the:question, but he informed the
committee that the proper course to pursue
'would be to apply for an injunction against
Captain Batchelor, as Surveyor of the Port,
to restrain him from levying the tax. By
this Means the matter could bo brought before
the Court in a legal shape, and frilly investi
The Chairman heretrilid a letter from Cap
tain Batchelor, in whieß ho stated that he had
not yet received any instructions from tho
Secretary of the Treasury, as to the matter
under consideration. lie therefore recom
mended that the meeting adjourn until Toes
-day afternoon, by which time he might hare
some official information for them.
Oen. Moorhead, on behalf of the Committee
appointed to , confer with Secretary Chase,
reported that they hod attended to that duty,
and had obtained the following reply :
WASHINGTON, Nor. i.—To Gen. J. K. Moor
head and others : I have instructed the Sur
veyor of Customs at Pittsburgh to apply my
directions of-October 2d,1863, to the Collector
at Philadelphia, to si milar
y cra ft in his district.
Respectfully, . S. P. Coosa.
The dispatch was not regarded as satisfac
tory, inasmuch as there are difficulties in con
struing the instructions of the Secretary to
the Surveyor at Philadelphia.
Mr. J. P. Dray., remarked that the coal mer
chants, in the action they were now taking,
might be understood as opposing taxation for
government purposes. Lie wished to explain
that they. wore not opposed to taxation, but
they wanted the tax on coal levied so as to
operate- uniformly, and not discriminate in
favor-of railroad tonnage and against the coal
carried by water. The licensing and enrolling
of coat L.,Ald and barges, as common carriers,
be regarded as unjust, and not coo tem plated
in the act.
On motion, the Committee ou Legal Advice
was empowed, should the final decision be ad
verse to theirintereets, to apply for an thinner
ties to restrain the Surveyor from collecting
Attention was called to the feet that, should
a favorable decision he obtained from Secre
tary Chase, it would net protect our coal user
chants effectually idex. the Surveyors ci ,
other ports on the Ohio and Misei.rippi rivers I
ehould receive copies of the inatruetione.
Otherwise the coal boats and bargee might Le •
seized et Cincinnati, Louisville, etc.
On motion, Messrs. J. K. Moorhead, .1. d
Drava, and Thome Fawcett were appointe
a committee to request Secretary Chase, in
ease lie rendered a favorable decision, to ieeue
.similar instructions to to the Surveyors of
port's below on the Ohio and Mississippi.
• Gen. Moorhead here read Mr. Chase's letter
to Mr. Thomas, of Philadelphia, and com
mented on it et same length. [We have al
ready published the letter in our columns.]
The meeting then dropped the main sub
ject, and entered upon the discussion of other
Mr. Drovo alluded to the magnitude of the
coal interest, and the importance of having
;erne organization for the protection and fur
therance of their interests. • Ile advocated
the formation of a Coal Exchange, believing
• that the interests of tho business would be
greatly promoted thereby; •
Mr. Caldwell directed attention to the
fact that the tax on anthracite and bitu
minions coal was equal, while It wee well
.known that for manufacturing or smelting
parr:sem anthracite coal WAS doubly valuable,
and ought tole) taxed at a heavier rate. lie
thought the Eastern Representatives in Con
' gross bad engineered the tax for the advan
tage of their constituents, and that the Rep
resentatives from the western section of the
State bad not understood the matter fully.
Gen. Moorhead, who was fully posted on
this subject. statruLthat the bill, as it origi
nally passed the House, discriminated tersely
in favor of bituminous coal, but in the Senate
the tax was =ode equal, being fixed at one
eighth of a cent par bushel. This was not
regarded as an onerous tax, and he did not
understand the coal men as making objections
to It. '
Mr. Caldwell explained, that he did not
wish to be understood as casting any reflec
tions on our western -Representatives. He
• believed they had . discharged their duties
faithfully. So far as Gen. Morehead was con
cerned, he could bear testimony to his zeal
and fidelity as a Representative.
Gen. Moorhead did not understand the gen
tleman (Mr. 0.) as finding fault, and be (lien.
M.) only rose to giro some information on the
Gen. Moorhead, called the attention of the
meeting tan very great evil—that of blocking
np - thalrieks when a rise came, so that boats,
Which were waiting and rese, could not be
got:- thiatigh. The rules of the Navigation
CoMpany, were such that boats wore required
..t4t,e their turniand ee ant of assembly pre.
J. a a penalty of $2O for any violation of
the` rule. Still there were men who, despite
the would run past, get down against the
. lock, block up the antnusee, and rause great
delay and-serious lose of time. The evil was
ono that called .for correction ' and he hoped
the meeting would take some action thereon.
The penalty was too light-00 were nothing
is comparison to getting out ahead of others
with a pair of beets, and the penalty was net
The.Cheirrnsttanggestial that the evil migh
be remedied by Gie Atvilation Company pur
chasing or leasing the shore, for half a mile
above the locks, and puttin in poets for tie
ingup the boats—not allowing any man to tie
up there who would not agree to await his
turn. Private partite, who own the land, now
. exact-Ave dollars from each boat, for
' nava of tieing tolbe shore, and there is no
much money they may have to
~. pay fur this privilege hereafter. If the cote
evil any•teed control of the posts on chore, the
e eon".d be remedied:•
• • Gen; M o e
was, not prepared to make
a favorable/*Tense W this proposition. Par
.riearnight; or might not wish to sell or lease
along - the shore. He thought the evil might
be corrected by charging the penalty fromsso
• tol$501; fa: each offense.
irittlemen called attention to another
- Lea*o: at ; delay in getting through the locks.
Aileat.gboats lay close to the locks, having
.., , iiirivilagedo go through in turn. Night came,
alulthey Would not go through , neither would
p . t*W . willing to drop down at night, be per-
MIAOW:to - pas& Indeed, It was Impossible for
.•ttetn'Udo so, the entrance to the lock being
1 / 4 4 - ifectUally blocked - np. Tide evil should be
corrected. Mazy men, willing Wren through
• • titter night, were prevented doing so, and
, probably kept book until the river fell.
On :motion of Mr. Drove, Mown, T. D.
Horner, IL IL Smith,- Addison Lyle, James
. o.'Contior, and John r. Herron were appointed
Cotimittee to organize a Coal Exchange.
Onmotion ' , Messrs. J. F. Drava, D. M.
Smith and W. H. Brownwere appointed a
, Deramittee to memorialise the nett
• sere to have the laws regulating the Monortge
: hela X8.16,9;0.11= Company is amended, as to
substitute a penalty of $lOOO, instead of $5O,
for dropping down against the look at an im
proper peeper me, and to procure such other
• latien aci Will 'facilitate the passage of boats
.. • through the locks.-
- It was resolved that-the Monongahela Hari
, gallon Company- be requested to ;erect two ewr
three Ointments' below Dams No.l and No. 2,
which were greatly Deaden'.
Gen. Moorhead remarked that they might
consider that work done.
On motion of Mr. Walton, a vote of thanks
e' e ssUneedizionsly tendered to Gen. Moorhead
. for the Interest which he had taken In these
. i n s tisrodifter which the meeting adjourned to
- meet at the call of the Cimmittee to organize
'',Lurzomrueno 01 113 Z OSLO El a
iieeting of the Board of Trade yesterday af
taytoon, committoe„ :consisting of Nexus.
Goo:.11.: Thurston, Wm. S. Bissell, Win. 8.
Wiii.3leCreery, Geo. B. Jones J. B.
'''b,"ikrid J. B. Anger, wore appointed to
*Aft Into,:eonshierstion the best method to
ineortrerroMpt' commeneement of measures
tobilingio-ArCeirly Improvement of the Ohio
&0...., poi wo understand,
o . .,,uvrozioy mid atilt*, ooze to work to carry
do Object of theft appotitniont.
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Trial "' Jest " st el d e" l 'n' - ' 11°1 "'" - ' THE LATEST NEWS
• 4 der of Mary Burke.
Coney or Oran Am, Tanurtem—Judges ' BY TZLEGRAPH.
Mellon, Stowe and Brown. -- - --
On Monday afternoon the trial of this Mae , OUR SPECIA L DISPATCHES.
was rammed. After considerable difficulty • ________
the jury was completed, and composed of the
following citizens: PROM WASHINGTON.
David Aughenbach, Chas. Hansbeck, 1 Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
Gee. M. Morrison. Samuel Hound, I
Hebert Hilliard, John Epley, Wastitsototr, Nov. 9, 1863.
J. F. Cluley, Wm. Mittenswi, EXCIIANGL Or ritleOSlGtl CEASED.
John Monition, Samuel Lindsey. Jr., I The rebel authorities still persist in rotas-
Thomas M. Bell, Edward Parke. ' log to recognize officers of colored regiments
The prisoner was arraigned in:regular form. I
and plead not guilty. lin the system of exchanges. Our govern-
District Attorney Kirkpatrick then opened : meet dedsands that they be included in the
the ease to the jury, recounted the eircum- cartel, and all exchange of prisoners has
stances of the murder, and defined the differ- I ceased until this difference is adjusted.
eat grades of homicide, as they would be pre
sented in the trial of the cense. I SLLISS or FITIt•TWKSTIES.
James MeKee„ husband of the deceased 1 Tho sales of Fire-Twenty bonds last week
together with Belle Kelly and Fanny Smith, iiii o scoo d o d n i ne m illi o n dollars
inmates of the home, testified to the facts
connected with the murder. The meetingbe
tween Mary Burke and Stapleton, the subse- 1
quent quarrel, and theehooting, were narrated
as they hare already been described. Drs. I
M'Cook and Hopper testified- that they had
been canal on before the death of the doeeas-
ed, bat she would not permit them to minister
to her. John Luau, a colored man residing
in the neighborhood, testified to haying soon I
Stapleton fire the fatal shot and walk off, but I
on cross-examination he admitted that he did j
not see the mace face, and could not describe c
his clothing. Three coal diggers, the only
remaining eye-witnesses, aro yet to be exam
TIIE ILLITSTIIATZD AESCAL RIGISTZR Or
Bean. Arsine/I.—This valuable Farmer's Al
manse is too well known, both by the amateur
farmers in town and tho practical farmers in
tho country, to require more at our hands
than the simple announcement that the Tenth
Number, being for the coming year 1864, is
now ready, containing the usual variety - o
well-arranged information, suitable and sea
sonable, illustrated with 130 engravings, just
as its numerous readers have been accustom
ed to find—ahead of every competitor.—Pub
lished by Luther Tucker k Son, Albany, New,
York; and for sale by Henry Miner, Pitts
burgh, next door to the Poet-office.
THII F111110.21A4 AILIOCIATION.--Tho regular
quarterly meeting of the Firemen's Associa
tion was held last evening, but no busiucs,t of
importance was transacted. Tho regular
quarterly report of the Chief Engineer, giv
ing the number of fires, false alarms, etc., for
the past throe months, was read and accepted.
The report of the committee appointed to
make rules for the use of the fire plugs, du
ring fires, was also read, after which the
meeting adjourned. The crowded state of
our columns prevents a full report.
Nair Mtsic.—Mrs. C. Blume, 43 Fifth
street, has recoived from the publishers, W.
A. Pond ik Co., New York, "The Pet Polka,"
composed by Lysander 8. Thompson and ded
icated to Miss Charlotto Thompson, by her
brother. A beautiful lithographic portrait of
Miss Thompson forms the frontispiece, and
will be acceptable to the friends of this ac
complished and popular artiste.
• Atr. Burearre, the great humorist and elo
cutionist, wiU give a series of entertainments
in this eity, in a few days. Wo refer to hie
card in another column.
MISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON commenced the
second week of her engagement, last evening,
and was honored with a large audience. She
appears again this evening.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Motu!! Paawr, Plain and Ornaments4,l
Slate Roofer, and dealer in Penwrylvania and
Vermont slate of the beet quality at low rates.
Office at Alex. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. • I
SECOND Amara. OP FALL ssn Wiwi= Goons,
just received at ham'l Graham .1; Co.'s, Mer
chant Tailors, No. 64 Market street. It con
sists of all the very latest styles of eloths,
cassimeres and vestinp; overeostings of all
kinds of the very finest qnality, all of which
is seleeted from the latest importations, and
will be made up in the most fashionable and
best manner. Gentlemen desiring a stock of
goods' to select from, that cannot be surpassed
by any other In the city, and every garment
warranted a perfect Et, would do wall to give
as an early =R. •
Burnet. finnan & Co.,
Merchant Tattoo, No. 64 Market it.
gum& Goatos, Use. ISCOMIDLI23B
Fos FALL no Wrens Witsz.—The Sum
mer Ls .past,,and by the morning's frost,- we
begin to apprehend, that fail and winter will
shortly be upon ns, and - we must provide our
selves with the 'material to keep us comfort
able. A nice fall suit, or • good and well
made overcoat are the very thing, and we do
net know of any plies where our readers
would nit themselves better than at Messrs.
W. U. McGee ft Co's clothing establishment,
corner of Federal street and Diamond Square,
Allegheny. They have also received a COM
plate Wortment of gentlemen'. furnishing
goods, and a great variety of new patterns for
JaR RIOVITID Al7O RIM 701 lista.—The
fine assortment of Fall and Winter Clothing,
lately received by Messrs. John Wier Co..k
Merchant Tailors, No. 146 Federal street, Al
legheny. Tho stock of clothing consists of
the finest variety of gents' pantaloons, vests,
coats and overcoats. The style of patterns is
testate' and fashionable. We would invite
all of oar readers to give the above gentlemen
To Elroy IS TO ATTROTIL—ReT. George
Hewlings, Groeuport L. 1., writes : "You are
at liberty to use my DOOM, if you think prop
er, u • recommendation both of Mrs. 8. A.
Allen's Zylobabounam and World', Hair Re
storer for restoring the hair. Their virtue
should not be 'hidden ander a bushel.' "
Buld by druggists everywhere.
Depot 193 Greenwich street New York.
Busts Pox has already sacrificed some of
our best end bravest troops. fieldiers listen
to the voice of reason, supply yourselves with
Holloway, Pills and Ointment. The Pills
purify the blood and stregthen the stomach,
while the Ointment removes all pain, and
prevents pitmarka. Only 25 cents per box or
EMllnroirru SitatmaaY.—Two places have
become vacant, and may be obtained by ap
plyingireunidlately. Address the Principal,
atSewleklyville, Pa. See also now circulars,
at Davis' Bookstore, Pittsburgh, and Coch
rane's, Allegheny. St
Von DOI.LAU, four dollars.
Pour dollars, four dollars.
Dental Institute, Dental Institute..
Dart aim Dentiatry, 4ss cheap irontistry
Fro machine work, no niirelice work.
Warennat, latrazav, &o.—J. M. Roberts,
No. 17 Fifth street, is now opening the most
choice stack of Ant Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, Silver ware and Fancy Goods ever
(Replayed In this city, and is selling then et
remarkably low pries& •
CAPITALISTS, see advertisement of Baker's
Ricelslor Refrigerator, or call at, No. 13, St.
0. Stu, Dentist, 248 Penn street, will at
tend to all business of his profession.•
HELLER.—On Sunday night, PETEII K ELLER,
In the 76th year of kb age.
His huseral will take plan. Timm? arrneISOOS
10th instant, at 2 o'clock, tram Ida late midence,
Lawrenceville. The friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend.
HAMIL—On Monday mondog, 9th test., at 6%
o'clock, RICHARD KING 11.117tD youngest child
of Th. H. Baird, Jr., and IL Leith ' s" Baird. .6. 1
yoars*o 4 moths: -
Thor !unmans were taken to Monongahela City for
ANDERSON—On Monday mornfrig, November
9th, at b.* o'clock, Wm JANE ANDERSON, In the
90th year of her age*
Funeral on TIMIDLY ATTLIMOOIf, at two o'clock,
from , the madame* of Mr. J. 11. Abbott, Western
annm, Allegheny. The Mande of the family ire
etoottfolly halted to Wend.
ONEIL & STONEMAN,
meavirscrrusgas 07 WIEN WOILX,
Thin always on tuna and mak& to ann. IRON AND
BRAM SCRUM WINE CLOTII SUMBA of o/1
kinds ; =M, br Iroaadry van ;
WORK TOR WDI INNOWS As. • • BIRD OAG BRACY RA, OR
ahaummu wraz woks., For nevin,
Er AU ohs of was tor d., .t
No. SO TOISIITH BTRIINT
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?ROY TUB BTCUYOFO 111QUIRIEL.
The Richmond Enquirer, of the 6th net.
says that Gen. Bragg out fought us at Chicka
mauga, but was out generaitcti at Chatta
flat boon rolierml from the ow:rimmed of the
Under the decision of thotor of the
Treasury, the tax On diposits in the Nathinal
Bank! are to bo paid to the Commissioner of
I atesnal Revenue, and the tax on circulation to
the Comptroller of currency—each in propor
tion to the length of the time of organisa
RATIoN9 AT LIBBY PION
A letter from Libby Prison of October lath,
says there is no moat in the rations issued for
prisoners. The people of Richmond are on
the verge of -tarvation, and another bread
riot has occurred.
An army officer writee from Arizona that
the mineral recces of Rio Gila hare been
rendered, and it in et.timated that they are
rich in gold se California, and that govern
ment should devote iteelf more to the devel
opment of the mineral treasurer in New Mex
ico and Arizona.
TUT. ON THE SITUATION AT
The Itiohniond Enquirer, of the 6th inst..
contains the following leading article:
The movements of the enemy at Chattanoo
ga are still uncertain. Whothor the occur,
Lien of Lookout Mountain iodicates an advance,
or is it like the crossing of the Rappahannock,
at Fredericksburg, by Gen. Sedgwiek'e Corps,
ninety a Not to rover n retreat, has not yet
transpired. But when considered in connec
tion with the reported retreat from London,
and its occupation by our forces, wo are In
alined to believe that lien. Grant is preparing
a change of base from East Tennessee to corms
point more accessilile for supplies. This sup
position becomes more probable when it is
remembered that from Lookout Valley to
Bridgeport his retreat could be more expedi
ently made from Chattanooga. But whether
for advancs• or retreat, this occupation of
Lookout Valley is of importance. If for the
former It demoustratos that. the enemy have
recovered fraxe...,their dcant at Chickamau
ga, m 1 L.kptl. the initiative, which is always
one of militatiovemente.
It mayhitialers to enquire witi 4,- : - ;thei enemy
weroOktalio to regain elfailtifih, morale and
organlia* and begin otaisive morromentA
In thC'kamediate front and under the very
nose Bragg. The vanquished and
flying eneiti'S - wham Gen. Bragg reported to be
puiatiedfiiiiiedenvalry, have turned upon the
purrueK:iiid have occupied a position upon
the victors. The enemy were out
fought al . +liiekernauga. Thanks to the army.
But the pro7rent position of affairs looks as
If we had been eat generated nt Chattanooga.
We hope then our apprehensions may turn
out groundless, and that the strategy of Gen•
I Bragg may prove equal to the prowess and
gallantry of his army; but we must confess
that the country will bo us much surprised as
pleased, should coerces attend our arms at
If the occupation of Lookout Valley by the
enemy has boon made to 'corer a retreat, an
opportunity for energy and perseverance will
be offered Gen. Bragg, which, If promptly
embraced, and efficiently pursued, will do
ranch to reinstate him in the confidence of the
army and country. As risk is to be taken
trader Gen. Bragg, we hope that every officer
and private will exert his utmost 'endeavors
to aid the General in overwhelming the eno-
Whether Grant is preparing to adv,anee or
is preparing to retreat from Chattanooga, he
must be defeated, either on the south side of
the Tennesse river, or on hie retreat to Nash
Tho approaching winter warns both armies
that their present position may be their mu
tual destruction, and the spring of 1864 will
open on the wasted and ruined remnants of
Since sending my last dispatch now lin
bcon received thnt brisk cavalry skirmishing
is going on to-day to the southwest of Culpep
per, in the direction of Madison Court House.
110 canal. FORCE THIS SIDS or THE RAPIDAN.
It has been ascertained by a reconnoissance
to-day that there is no rebel force this side of
the Rapidan, except part of Stuarts rebel cav
THE REBEL ►DUCE KT FREDERICKSBURG
There is no considerable rebel force at
Fredericksburg, and no guns are in position
lALLI.3O SACK TO HICEISIOSD.
The information among army officers Is that
Lee's army is Co greatly reduced that it has
to fall beck to Richmond, and that our ad
vance will meet with no opposition this side
of the rebel capital•
ADDITION 41 WOUNDED,
From the late engagement, havo arrived here.
They are as follows: Filth Wisconsin—Albert
Tharbridge, Cue Dallas, W. D. Ward, Edward
Anne, E. P. Norton, Elliot Shadbold„llarvey
S. Root, and Austin Zinttol. •
♦PPOIXTED 1131GAD/Irl OCIMIU.I. 13 TUE 1111831,
Ex-Senator Iverson, of Georgia, has been
appointed a Brigadier General in the rebel
army, and is in command of a division of the
State forms. His headgearters are at Rome or
No flghting Is understood' to have taken
place yesterday ur to-day, up to the latest
... adviees. Our army had gone clear to Cul
pepper last night, and to-day it advanced to
the Rapidan without encountering the enemy.
Every appearance Indicates that the rebels
ace in too weak force to pretend to offer seri
ous resistance, and the probability seems to
be that Leo has been Braiding off still more of
his forces in a western direction.
Saturday's light was a handsome surprise,
and the COIllpiellt.:1 21 valor of the Wostern
troops has once more been signally illustrated.
DLPASITIMIT COIMAN DIM
It is reported that the Government is about
to accept, Ilurnside's resignation, tendered
someilme ego, and that General ' , eater, late
of north Carolina, Is to be sent to take his
place. General Butter left to asSume the
command of roster's old department to-night.
The Draft In Milwaukee.
BILLVAIIICLI, Nor. 9.--The draft is pro
greasing in this city today. ; The chances
are &bent one in four. The best feelink pre
vail', end no 'disturbance has occurred.
FROil PHILADELPHIA :
Spselal Dispatch to the PittelnuilltGeritte. : .
PHILADELPIII.I. tioi. 9,1893.
George R. Stuart, Esq., President of the
United States Christian Commission, received
a latter to-day him Major John L gulfori,
assistant agent for the exchange of printers
at Fortress o genroe, stating that twenty:it:Me
boxes of clothing, stores and melittioes, re
eently sent forward by the Commission for
Union prisoners in the Richmond prisons,
have reached their destination. Mijer Mil
ford says: "I trtuit-the goods hareiheady
made glad hearts of many of.those for whom
they were intended." The Commission has
appealed for money to purchase additional
stores to send to- our suffering heroes in the
Rev. John Hussey, of Ohio, who was taken
prisoner by the rebels on the battle-field of
Chickamauga, while acting as delegate of the
Christian Commission, has just been released
from Castle Thunder, and has arrived at An-
napolis, Md. . . BIL
Vote in the Fifth Wlseonsin—Meat
Rations 'Taken from the Union Pris
oners at Rletuataid—Bliidwall :Jack-
6 , 011 Routed by Generals Averll3 and
Wsurtsarox, Noe, 9.—The Fifth Itiscon-
sin volunteers of the army of the Potomac cast I
415 votes for the Union ticket of their! State, I
and only one for theopposition.
The first snow of the season fell to-day, it
was very 'light and of short duration.
A government officer hero, In high position,
received a pencil unto from a Union prisoner I
in Richmond to-day, saying that the rebel
authorities have at length, altogether, stop
ped the very small mpat ration hilmitoforer
allowed to our starving soldiers in their pris
ons. The excuse alleged is, that they have
cease d to be n ble;to furnish their own soldiers
with meat. ,.
One h dred ant twenty-flee o ffi cers are
among t rebel prisoners joss brought from
the front. Those men represent that •Ir t ut few
of their eo anions retreated across the-Over,
and their 0 oral eommanding had hardly
time to esespean his horse. They seem to
unite in regarding the movement on onr.part
as having been one of tho most brilliant and
suecessful of the war.
Intelligenee has been received hero dated
Clarksburg, Va., that Generals Merin and
Duffle, commanding sepersto fortes, after sev
eral severe engagements, on Friday and Sat
urday last, succeeded in driving the enemy
under Mudwall Jackson for several mites
down the valley east of Greenbrier Mountain,
intn and through the town of Lewisburg, in
After the first battle on Friday fought by
Gen. Duffle, the enemy wnSreit:foreed, but
nevertheless they were totally routed on Sat
urday by the combined form of Duffle and
Arerill. The rout was 50 complete that the
enemy abandoned all their supplies, guns,
eolore, ke., and tied in dismay leaving their
dead cud wounded on the told.
Our men behaved splendidly, and the vic
tory was one of the most brilliant of the war.
The number of killed and wounded on our
Ask is not stated. We hold Lewisburg.
From the Potomac Army... Pontoon
Bridge Captured-.-The Cannon
ading. on Monday Evening—Wherea
bouts of the Union Troops.
WASHINGTON, NOT. 9,—lnformation from the
Army of the Potomac to-night, mention. that
en aido‘fien. Kilpatrick's arrived from the
front Ulf on Saturday night and reported that
big diem encountered and fought with a
body,tifirebel cavalry near Stevonsburg late
in thilifernoon of that day.
The enemy's pontoon bridge over the river
directly behind their work fell Into our hands
after Gm. Sedgewiek defeated the rebels.
Th. bridge consisted of only five boats, and
those were the name which were abantionod by
the engineers and bridge builder* for want of
transportation in the Chickahominy last year.
The cannonading as Sunday evening was
probably General Buford's light batteries and
soma of the rebel cavalry, with guns, in the
vicinity of the Yew Hills, northeast of Cal
Nothing authentic has been received op to
I o'clock from that quarter, at which time all
Therailroad and telegraph on the opposite
side of the Itappahaumock were found nein
, Our cavalry are reported at Culpepper.
At the latent aooounts part of our forces
wore at Brandy Station, and another pert was
two guiles the otherside of Kelly's ford: Some
of our troops were at other points.
Heavy Firing Heard in the Direction
of Culpepper—Two of BurnablePs
Advanced Positions Annulled and Cap
tured—Our Lou ih Saturday's Fight
.—Arrival of Priaonsri.
WASSISOTOS, Noy. o.—Reports received to
day from the front'represent that hoary firing
was heard yetterday and this morning, as
though occurring in the lower part of Culpep:
per, out from Kelly's Ford, at the junction of
the Rapidan with the Rappahannock.
The Star, of this city, says : We bear that
Gen. Grant has telegraphed hither that two of
the most advanced positions of Gen. Burnside
have been assailed and captured by the rebels,
who made prisoners of ono•half of two reg
iments that were holding them at the time.
Tawas reported to-day, on authority of the
surgeons In the Army of the Potomac, that
oar losses on Saturday were about 400, as
stated in the press'telegrams last night, 260 of
these are wounded. They arrived here this
morning. The premised of the old capitol
prison are densely crowded to-day.
One thousand/moven hundred and thirty reb
el prisoners, that were taken on Saturday fore
noon, have reached here.
The officers from whom this Information is
derived, now a few' more , on the way.
FAN FRANCISCO ' Nov. 9.—The steamers St.
Louis and Moses Taylor arrived here yester
day from Panama, bringing dates from Mex
ico via Acapulco of the 21st of October.
The French wore proposing for an expedi
tion toward Quarterro. . .
Gen. Foray left Mexico for Vera Cm:. on
his way to France, on the 4th dr October, har
ing turned over his command to Gen. Vas en le ,
who appears to be much ; more popular.
An agent of the rebel government arrived
at Mexico on the 9th via Brownsville, with
instructions, it was supposed, to make *treaty
between the regency Ofil4exioo and the rebels.
It is said that Juana has reorganised the
army of the Liberal party, and is marching
towards Qoartero, to meet the French. A
conflict is expected shortly.
Minister Corwin has Co far taken no active
part in the mexican troubles.
Return of the Texan Expedition.
New lioax, Nov. fkaw has the fol
lowing 'significant paragraph from. New Or
We learn that the Overland expedition to
Texas has returned J • and the army has before
this set °nein another direction. Aceording
to reports apartof tbe force le to go to Browns
ville, on the Rio Grande, where their arrival
will bo hailed with joy 'by multitudes of loyal
Texans, and where a small force will auffieeto
put a atop to en immense oontraband trade.
'As to the other part nothing authentic. is di
vulged, but it is not improbable, we trust to
express the hope, that its destination is the
city of Mobilo.
Cooper and Shelby Marching Against
LeArexwonsw, Nov. 9.—Adriees from Fort
Scott say that a courier arrived thero on Fri
day night, from Oen. Blunt, 'bringing infor
mation that the rebels, under Cooper and
Shelby, have eluded oar forces and crossed
the Arkansas river, and wars marching on
Blunt, who has 1,800 cavalry u an escort to
an immense supply train for Foit Smith,
Blunt has curtailed his train, and made pre
• mations for deforms.
The Dibssouri Election.
Sr. Lome, Nok.9.—The officdalreturim from
sixty-two mantle', and soldiers' votes, far as
heard from, giros conservative majority of
four thousand and al=-eight. Cpl. Pratt, rad
ical, was elected State Senator from Linn
county district, in placed' Major McCullough,
New York Stock and Money Market.
'. , :ter rota, Nov. wand board, dull.
P.. Vt. W.* 82 92
o . lo_ -.1
111. Om. N. Y. E"."
N. d.........._.._......- 83( Pacide
C. 1 T.
.s .— .. spig
Mowry Tay Arm witb.asi actimdemaad. , ...
doll sad bears. 00 1 4 reallazibabistare It
akelindwyt 014. dicli4us to 4t gad 1,10,4 t0X
Garommoalatoclo quiet and firm ; V. Mal) OM.
'ltoritits by - Telegraph
Nrw A Ni7l.o.—Cotton quiet 1185687. Fluor ,
dull,,the decline chiefly upon common grades ; fo,to •
611..0.1540r Erma State. 1ff.14". 7 , Sir Extra 13.. W. I
0., $7,3567,25 Mr Trade Dro.ndo. the market, closing
dull with no buyers. Whisky • ehada firmer all
61, 1 / 4 4(4tZ3, chiefly 61?..C2. Wheat dull and heavy,
'End I to So loner; 51.3601,39 for Chlag.o
Milw.mkeeCLuh. SlAte.l,4 o for Amber ,
Atiliwitukee,lll,43,9l,fd for Winter Rad, $1,5101.32
for Amber Illehigan. Corn n shade firmer and in
inalerau demand: lilted Western. si.o o . to 'tura
51,054§1P034. Oats dull and krwer at aemis.
Wool very Onnwith nothing ot woman t doing. Pork
quiet; 1,000 Ws New 1 1 11.1 at eellurs option. Beet
Out Meats quiet and firm. flacon Sides quiet end
without material change; l bogs CV,. City Lani
quletand steady it 11Wri, ; 1,500 bbls, January
and February, 1.4.
Ntrr. 9.—rlour !..n.nrirt; ; Ohio So
Whatt 5u arid few mix; Southern
Soot, sales 6,M50 bushels ; old White abmidatit ; New
51951. Whisky dull.
Wzglay Bala 50A7R117,1,-/Menvu. In tam..
8078,617 ; to specie, 565 . 8.560 ; do. circulation, MS. -
MX; decrease in del:waits, 511,47'7,06L
Tito river t still receding slowly at Ills point, with
three feet eight inches In th• channel, ammrdtMC
the pier marks Mot evening. Tbe:weather yetterda,
was cold sad wintry-like, with a light snow tailing
at later - vale.
Buhl., at the wharf eeeme to be shout suepon,kd
again, as the little "Oil silty" was the osly boat in
port ytwterdartniktrigeny prztonelnn toward doing
hosing.. , She brought up over one thousand barrel.
of apples, and .onus other freight, nod • tll leers
again to-day inr Wheeling.
The Brownsville po kets are ellll making
regular tripe to and from that point, while the keel
end flat-Watt hare It oil tle.ir own way tat the Alle
The Capt. J.,Lo Drlrkell, from einem:sett, Is due
here to-day, but es the water is getting low, she may
not be able to got up until there Is another ries.
The Julia, Capt. Colson'. sew brat, Ls etmoet oom
ph/al, and will be ready Ina very short time to take
her place in the Pittsburgh end Zanesville trade.
The letoolttae, Capt. Anawalt's new steamer, Know
receiving him outfit, and will be ready for buelorew
in a very few days.
Mr. n:11. Waring boa r,bi,ne.ti hla poaltion at lite
Custom g.,11., and learto to-day for Cincinnati, to
take charge of the omen of the Armoni,a, Capt. A. C.
- - -
V„ ;:11.1.4 W. Haiti 11.0,11Nd01.
ROBrIIISON, REA & CO., (one
moors to Rosinson, Rms & Sltuens,) WASI/ENO
TON WORKS, Foramens & Msrorniers, Pittsburgh.
Martutlkotoror• of BOAT AND STATIONERY
STEAM ENGINES, BLAST ENGINES, DIM
MACHINERY, GEARING, SHAFTING, CAST.
INGS, of all deooriptions ; 011. TANKS A STILLS,
BOILER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Agent. for GIFFARD'EI PATENT I . NJECTOR
FOR FEEDING BOILERS.
jPVLMOAAB Y CONSUMPTIOB
A CURABLE DISEASE.
A CARD-TO COSSUZIPTIrai.
The undersigned basing been matured to health In
a few vreeke by a very simple remedy, after having
lingered several rare aMt a bavore lung affection,
and tbai'dread disease, Coo . =Mt lOW. to 6[1.1i010 to
make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire ft, he rotil mod • copy of the
prescription urea, (flaw of charge,) with the diree
tione for preparing and using the tame, Which they
till flud a wow core fur CONSCMPTION, ASTHMA,
nuoiculps, COCOH9, LOLDS, ic. The only
object of the adverttaer in sanding the prescription
is to benefit the afflietod, and spread Information
o hich he .4061 Ceil to be invaluable ; and he hopes
every Buffer, trill try his remedy, ne it will coil
them nothing, and may prore a biassing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please adlnres
Et.. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Wllllamsburgh, Kings conety, New Took.
'N. HOLMES & SONS., DEALERS
tr FOREIGN AND IniStEsTIC HMS Of
EMMAIWE, ChRT I VICATES OY DHPOSIT,
MOM NOTES AND SPECIE. No $7 IdAIIKET
STIMEET, Pittsburgh, Ps. -
ffir Collections mark as sll thn principal atlas
throughout the Uniteri Staten. ap2211
. _ _
vu It:1 . 011ER rt, iii
UP V AL. 1... A .Nlll. CH IMINION'tS
NX FLINT GLANS.
Theca Chino:owe are Wended for the dot flame,
heating all parts of the glass esnally.~ does not a=pow
It to essektn. R. T. DITIITLIDGE,
Tort 1114 Gies& Works, Washington street,
apl7 plttsbrugh, Penes.
JOHN HALL dz,
VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS,
Hatintacturere md drains In all the different Linda
of PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, SCOOPS, CUT
TING BOXES. Sc. With greatly increased Sall
ttee for doing brainss, as cernratly torlt. denies to
giveos a roll. Ilianufavtory, Temperaneraillc.
Warehouse, Cecile alley sal Liberty Et.. Pittslee,.
T. J. PALL.
ocilArn JA:;. J. BIG.W.N.
MCCAIIOO'S ?AAR I; LE WORKS,
- - - •
335 LIBERTY STRIaT, •
A twantlful and mit.] Essortm.ut of
Monuments and drove Stones.
PLASTER PARIS, ROHENDALZ AND JOHNS
CENTRAL IJRLIG STORr:,
Cbruer OUo and F.lorrel tivh.w
GEO. A. KELLY, Pronizr...
SPARKLING SODA WATER,
PATENT MEDICINES, Lc
IlirPtykitetaL,i preocriptinoa enr.fully emapoand
al KLES L C aid) W
(Bnocemor to Jams k1011..1 2 Co.)
Dealer in BACON. LARD. SUGAR Mt= HAMS,
SMOKED BEEF, ac.,
OORNZII MARKET MID FIRST STRIOCTS,
5e17:17 Ptrrairaurs, PA
GFAJAGE W PORCH
General Commission Merchant,
It= ORLZASS, LA.
HienirA IL H. lark it Co., Pittsburgh
Z. 0. Knight it Co., and C. P. Knight it Brea.
jMS 3 -
Preparei Srruarr - Pumices am, Ber.nrwatioaa,
Sir all kiwis of Dußdinp, and auperintenda 'hear
ereetion oa reasonable terms.
Moo .03 Anderson atreet, Wyman (wawa and.
Robinson 'meta, Alliaabany atty. 6.30
A NCYfIiER MORMON - DIN lila
VIEW—We an now prepared to (=kb Cap
tain:a and owners of Steamboats with MAPS Oh
anni* a i m . , al t o and Woke. Wo will furnith att
the trutebbsery of • boat, told meond In point of az
ositenooto none. We bop., by atm promptuesa
aming up to time, and the quality of ant work, to
thee fibs patronage of our awn rim. men.
H. H. BOLE,
,„$f , Rank of *Reckon, Rivet.
110,PR 'WAR Y AND REVXN 1,1
of denominations. Atoll sop('
kept crinetintly on Mead, et the Internet Affenne
Me, Ito. 67 Water etreert, cent door to Cllty Trees
all. Alleghey. DAVID N.V/lITE,
Collector of Internal Reeenne, 234 Dist. Pa.
ehocad be directed to. Allegheny.
sof Plttabrugh. 0c24
HAGANI3 MAGNOLIA BALM and
LAIRD'S BLOOM Of YOUTH, the ottly pie
tist and renam article, now in nap brautlfying.
and preserviai the complexion, !biota's at
ORO. A. 'KELLY'S Central DrestlStori,
corner OW andißederal streets.
La Xalt Rome A unt.
1 - ILYCERi E CREAM, cowl
VI CRUM, sad highl, primed GLITICantg -
WO, for obffpod honds• face and gaaaot
Xartat Ma*. ~
441X:15-L 4 I barer -11ffinbowa 'Bea ,
21.. dowers, de., toe ode by 0
not MOM 11. COLLINS.
N . 1.• -
' • 71'. 1
ENSIONS, AO:MY, BACK PAY.
T. IMMIX'S= DAY,
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
LIC6OIIOd by the 11. B. ckwersimmt.
103 111171 STRILT, 33 door below the Cathear.L
Pennsylvania Soldiers nest of the mountains, Lot
s= Ohio. Soldiers, and Wort Virginia Soldiers, COO
have their Penslons, Bounty sod Back Pay secured
at thls office.
Circulars nal be mat giving hill Information to
the Soldiers, or to deceased Soldiers' lielra eimulng
who ate entitled to the Pension, Bounty . snd Beek
Po, sad the =SOW of 0.01121111 the suns, by apply.
lm~ tome 2al:grintlrom.=. JyPayscs-is
pENSIONS, BOUNTY, BACK' PAY
H. C.- MipCKRELL,
AITOBNET AT LAW AND CLAM AGENT.
NO. 114 Fri Vara. Prsailmca.
Collection. In Alleny and edloltting =lndus.
Prow/case SOLDIERS CLAMS, nlerei7 dem*
Con ; BOUNTIES for all ditatarg
SIONS, for wounded °Mem and Soldier" ; BOUN
TIES and 'PENSIONS for Widows, Parents, Orphan
Children, Brother. and Sisters, or other legal repre
sentativee of theme who hare died to the service, or
hare died alter discharge bora diatom contracted in
rortio charge wall callectssi, and no letter srßl b
• •• swiss ► stamp is tsctosed. tel9:lyt►
MILITARY CLAIMS. BOUNTIES,
PENSIONS, BACK PAY and MILITARY
CLAIMS of over, description, mile:tail ay the 4cit.
...Tiber, at the fallowing rates, via: Pensions SIO 00;
ell odor dens $3 60.
C. C. TAYLOR, Attoroefat
No. 73 Cnint Meet, Pittsbmgh, Pa
N. B. No charges ;us made if the claim dora sot
wend. and ail lettomiatioa Oren gratis. setly
An Experienced Carpet Upholsterer*
anted Immediately at
WANTED TO RENI—A liotnn suita.
tde fur recruiting ;gape., In rune prominent ttmr
01;4. JOSEPII B. BISPIIAM
if Pa.. Artillery, Pittsburgh POOL Oftlce.
WANTED. --$6U A MolvTa--eiVe aavt
*went* st-110:1* month, exposuses paid, to sell
pria 4 orriati fle dlo, Or-indica Itormirs, end thirteen
other note, aaaful and coriona artialec Yffle. art!.
pea eantir,e. Addrom,
riel2And*w9 SHAW & MUM Biddriford,Mt.
$l5 A MONTH I—l want to hire Agents
in tom county set $7B • mout.U, ss . ..sse
paid, fossil my.nes asap lausils &• , •Ittg lisclisse.
Address, S. MADISON, Alfred, MALI.
ossiSmelssT . .
WANTED TO RENT ?
• 000 D WAHIRODET.,
Situated in a latutuase portion of the city.
Enquire at 126 SEOOND STREET
L WANTED—One - who under e als& cooking, and other home-work. A.
dreed BOX 301, City of Allegheny Post °taco, with
reference ato ermllficationa and character. ocZetf
WANTED—A Fiesr CLeas Boog
somas, ; ens who has ierractic.l knowledge,
and can come well recommended.
Acktrees, BOX 624. Port ()Mee. a,8211
HENRY G. HALE A. CO.,
Fall and Winter Stock,
A Iv! balite thatr Monde awl tM put* to czalohn
Choir stock, which 4 the finest mod met complete
/bruited to this market.
Always on har4 • lams Warts:nut of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
CORNER OP PENN AND lir. OLAIII BTRENTB,
CAMNICIt 111TH AND MARKET MEETS,
(24 sod 3d .tortes, over Richardson's Jewelry Store
Of every eke and rile, plain or colored, from th.
popular Carte de MIMI to Cabtost sad Ids she.
Kr. PITIIVIANCS would particularly coil the at-
total= of the AGED AND INTIMI to the easy lis
lbility of ttd. est►blUhment, Wing mocked by ►
tingle short Eight of darn Pride. moderate, and
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
GAS AHD STEAM FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves
And all kinds of Itt!nip for Water. GM and Strom
AGITATORS XIID TAMER ROB OIL ENTINE
RIEB, lined with heel by a writ women
DUQUMME BRASS WORKS,
CADMAN & CRAWFORD,
subewurren. of ow', variety of finished
BRASS WORE. YOE PLUMBERS. STEAM Olt
GAS Tints% N.Aoaniurrs, AND.
DRAM CASTINGS. °ran&Worm, otodo to
order. STEAMBOAT WOEI, 11 AND GAS.
FITTING, out REPAIRING, p 051 3 07 attmd , 'l
Partionfor Otoatio• pail to fitting op REFINE
RIES FOR COAL AND CAPRON OMR
Alto, Solo Atlanta. iltalTostets Dlitriet of Penn
orloaaLs for ito oats of MARSH. LABSPPILL A
00.'3 PATENT SYPHON. PIIMP,IIto tostom In-,
ventod. Harlot no ham 11 Y sot liable to rot out
of order, aa4 t.fll tbrcro mom vator in any pomp
oI tyle, its do.. -+PRI
ANANHOOO I HOW LOST 1 HOW
IT ILESIVEED !--Jost published, in • waled so.
color. Pries dr. Cents. A Lacture' on the lidera'
?malteds and Rdikal Cum or Sp.rmatOrrbtes„ Ass
.. Involontary'Enstssions, kainal
Debility, and lurpulbnents .to lardy* iteusrally
Pretworausse, Consumption. Ept=sind rid; Neu
sal and Physical Jneapaeity,. tut, tuna Setf-
Abnes; Lc., by Rosy: Covrair it xis. p..,auteQr
of th..4:111.nt 130*.*Se. u.IL Boon to Thousand! of
nal:Wars," sent woks' dd. in • Val ttiillope;•to .
day whirs* pdo.paid, on reenlpt of di ultus or two
potblast damps. by Idit.ol. J. C. KLINE.
107 Dowdy... NW Tuck, Post OdlOallos,4aSik •
etANALRY HORSES - WANTED.-
%) Th e nadimdgissi.will melee*, in Orga elentline.
Cavalry rlarig.s ref the tolled States FeTTIM The
Mines tote tam fifteen' (15) to Flitter' 06) bands
blab, front eve in) to nine (9) ye:v*4e" compectte
bz good gash, and 'ft• o9r u r= all debate. • • -
Rome win be reodnxt, subject to Inspection AU
I'lltsburgh,l'a., foot the Ist to the 19t1t of liontit•
bar; and at 00Intnbus, chlo, ftep the itch to the
WA of Notamber.
Z. 11. BAXIIR, Ilegit. Ist VAS. Misty ;
FIELDING LOUSY, apt. * IL •
oe.rodhirdavr, , Bonen,
1111?)alk F WARRANTED INIO
t- DART'S COWS Mat Cr the Itonne , .
fate Zer of Coughs. floareelleen Fonda of
Tbrott..l.llbetinee.. Thin artieli.ltilds aertrell4l6
ell clew' olpeepta—mlidsteMpnbtle epeedten l / 4 eng
em soldiery Ale. by theft Taunton eamineodatieoi.
game the Tun' where it lastly
otber Coati; reteediet. Sold by -
111190314011343T1N, a -
Da Corner Taw*. and steed&
M c coasTER:a , ..I3AFX-Wholesalei
m Totem Ilealeri;:10 5 , :WOOD smart ban
WO , In I;c l *.►Jargeo 4 0, 000 0 1
: 1011140, WARS AMINE*
in* clty,iiitadtilitsri» Obis
avessli figura All talin to;
.00616 iiisnisitettid ItasiliiiirelorTuilly
• Yrermr7 tJOICIRA.MSIIAW
no 4 Inoeltiestant
1.1 no, 131natt U. 00UM.
OLIVER BIeCLCNTOCE. A 00.•8
•n no. receiving their
m~:l)i~~w i N
Noe. 129 FOAM BTU=
Pennon at eadesAlaFg haply, troubled sub week
wee, ladaltude, pelptiittea of tbe"benei, Laic of
petite, dirtiest after catids, torpid liter, aeksity.e•
lion, kr—, 1.1,...rre to suffer if they will 'tot try the
b;the LWt maaGa
Which on, noir
-Antilles, and warranted la *Anne iilt..leneen.le
benellehd !amt.,. Mem ars atendfA3tt,-aslrma 4 ` 6 4
peilbctly ptste, and nilel sawn:nls elf ; , ether tow &,
when, a beaplky, small. stimulant Is,isviliid.
They past* stningthei'and
They create a healthy '
They see en antidote to change of steer and diet.
They crreanome erects of dlalpatlonand tide hone..
They Aren&then the sieteuxi andandlecei the =lnd.
They preremt Egastsatio and intermittent revert
They miry the breath and acidity aerie ineanteh.
They ewe Dyspepsia and Conatipation.
They ewe diarrhea, Cholera andrbolna Mortmv.
They cure Lher Complaint arid Nerrans Tlvolache.
They make the weak strong, the 'languid brilliant,
eural aro rottmorted natures great
composed or-the celebrated Canny/
,Inkelt, winter ,
green, sessarres, roots and hales, all .preserved is
perfectly pace 8t Croix Rum. r.ir particislam sa,
Gip:dart and testimonial., around see b boa',
BOW, of imposter.. Sicanible every bottle. See ,
that It bat D. & Hama: eianature wavoirpri vet. L.?
& gtaniporer the cork, with litantation 1111X130, and .
our finnelgitatione on . steel plate engraving cm.
aide Isbel foe that our bottle to t.:7.t refined with
, rporforte mid dile:crime doff. Wapify . any person
to match the taint ar charnetei of our gaols. Any
ffe*tliiretetidbiti to.gen P,lfaitsti* 11i#6, by the
4nLion or In bulk, is an ItoNst* ITe•", oat ; to
ppr log cabin bottler. Any poikto Joiltittlitg Lbw
loottle, or selllngany llidreine".b•tirl
*led Plantatkinilittari or tot; /2 ih"et tollnal tinder
'the O. e. Law.'nrid will ha ei byrui. Wo
already hare oar eye -on two Wrliee r l tag our
bottles, *e., who alit PACC.4II bwittingehemsolvoe
,goortera. The dertuinktt: /hlae's '
Warn Ritter, from ladle.. elvitior-'4,m
'Ac., le pertectiy incredible. fhb` tangle ; niel co
biole le the ortdeniprows prinnot of their worth end
toperlarity. They see said by rerpectable
stein, grocers, physicists, hotehy-attorobeats duel
r. DRAKE iCU
t - 7. 0 -DP.AKE'S GBIUMI r g
nue, 17R sate wholesale and nitarlSW".;
0011,,f r.rth dr.t.
.E . :- PUBS WINE VINEGAR,
A 4. K. BOLLVAN, ig.rftmay
(R'wsn4 IkG.a.i A C 6..
Tb. only Vlargar naarded stt.b.s. Prim Modal, oi
tarty exhibitor* at the toternatlonal litthibtttm
Lauda:to !for. sae In'
K - 5 ,-FRIVATE DISEASES
Dr. Ludlum's Specific
It the only rethible remedy thr &seaml ail?) organs
generation. It to the dteootery , - or en stanont
Pbrildaa wires Ilfir . Irma demoted io the tre4mantal
this clams of diem., and 'alai zuvron,dosilod non.
ems, Ox more than money )ears• It fa peribrelna 10
Weal, rocodrink'an injection., awl Merin eutirely
from the mistaken prattle:o and the namerons truth
ootosxmods ofkrod to (b. public. Ltrlausilndy
Notable and porfactly safb.„,l! Acta 1.4. a
seed Imparts strength sent vizier to the pumped
CAwnox.—Tbe great suOccio of lit; T:rtitte..ll to et
&otlog porstattoit =too tooled to ft. beta); hattatrd
by tinientYPl.l mea. ONerns, tsetarattt, Caat tb.
signature of the proprhuor to srounA each boi Nora
other b genuine. Prepared only
WM P. DANOrDSON,
Sob Proprietor; Cintitatati, 0.
Bold by all Drocalets. rd.., ft per box.
nar For tale Kwhnle.ale by (MO. H.ILEY4ER
1W Wood stmt.
To TIE CITIEtIS OF PITTSBURGH AND aim?
the nadornagned iropl4 re.ipeettoily ask, att. Lion
to IM preparation known
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