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TUESDAY MOIINING----FOV. 10, 1868
CITY AND SUBUBI4N
FromYesterdael E vening
Fan of a Railroad 13rIllge---iiiixteem
c a ii - iDestroyea.
About two o'clock on Saturday stlemoon
last the railroad bridge, of trestle' work, I
Lattleb. yeas Turtle creek & on the branch i
road. between Britian .Station, on the Perna
sylards.dentrat road s and Port Perry, onthe
CortrtellsWille road, was totally destroy d, to-
tether with sixteen etas, beings Pune( the ,
fiC4ilt :tralti - laned by - the Port 'l7a?ne and
Peinsylvinia railroad companies.. Tile air
cumstances attending its destruction ere as
follows: A. train of ears laden with coal and
coke' ern -resting on the bridge, which was
One hundred and eighty feet in length, and
had • , double track. An empty train was
backing . down towards Port Perry, and when
the labomotive had reached the centre of the i
bridge, the entire structure gave war, and
both tains were precipitated into the, water I
below, falling a distance of tome thirty-fire
or forty feet. There, was not a Single ql.i.ok of
timber composing the bridge left remaining.
Ca 'the north abutment stood the one- alf of '
a platform ear, which had been sna ppe d in
twain, and over the south abutment a ooebbbrrr half
full of coal was hanging by one peirof Wheels
and the coupling of the ear on the itrack..
The bridge-was built seven or eight years ago,
and it is, said that its timbers were mirk de
cayed. , ~ i
X.r../ohn Arthurs, conductor on the empty
train, war the only person who was seriously
injured, having his arm and shoulder I badly
Matured. The fireman an the locomotinre was
slightly injured. And strange as:it maiseem,
the 4ingineer remained at his post, andfound
his locomotive, after:', her terrible Atdutble,
scarcely damaged in`the least, whllstihe es
caped without the slighted, injury. Mr. Ar
than' war standing upon the platform car
which broke in two on the abutment, and was
thrown Orit among the cars at the bottom of
the erect Ile was brought to his residence
In Birmingham, where be is doing well. Tur
tle Creek, it this point, is now furnished with
a new dam .manposed of the best quality of
Youghiogheny coal and some sixteen ralua
able cars. '
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, we
tindentand, will take measures to replace tho
Wien structure by a new and substantial
bridge at once. This demanded by the im
meeseirimatint of coal carried into this city ,
ilitipUleilteny, from the Youghiogheny mines,
itrididdeb moat, for the time being, cease In
Trial of, James Stepleton for the "birder
Of Mary Burke.
COURT or OrNit AND ILNlllNgli—MeNday,
Nov. 0.--Ljedgee Sterrett, Mellon, Stowe and
At ten o'clock, the Court called up the case
of the Commonwealth ye. James Stapleton, !
charged with the murder of Mary Burke, alias .
Mary McKee. The circumstances of this case
are well known to most of our readers. The
deceased was a notorious prostitute, and bad
.resided in the city from childhood. She mar
ried damesMcKee, with whom she was living
at the time of the homicide. The defebdant
•Yran raised in this. city, but had been stbsent
some years In California. He had beea ac
quainted with Mary Burke previous to his
leaving here, and soon after his retmrn ho
visited tier home. She resided on Elm greet,
in the Sixth Ward. On the night of Saturday,
.May 2d, Stapleton entered the hotise, and
being drunk, quarreled with McKee, who soon
after quieted him. Mary Burke was sot in
at the time, but she was told by one of her
girls that Stapleton was in the house, with a
sevolver. She soon after came in, and although
they were friendly at first, they soon quarreled.
' when Stapleton drew his pietist and fired, The
first shot missed her, but as he was walking
backwards to the door he fired again, and the
ball took effect, causing a mortal wound.
Thomas M. Marshall and James Suther
land, Esqs., appear for the defence, and Dis
trict Attorney Kirkpatrick for the prokeeu
A jury had not been empanneled at the hour
of adjournment fur dinner.
MONDAY, NOT. ff.—Present., Chief Justice
Lowrie, and Judges Woodward, Thompson,
Strong and Read.
Dougherty es. City of Pittsburgh. Affirmed.
Opiniof by .Lowle, C. J.
Biddle •s. MBOO*II. Allegheny. Affirmed.
Lowrie, C. J.
Reed vs. Sodgwiek. Indiana. Affirmed.
Lowrie, C. J.
Barnett vs. Reed. Armstrong. .Affirmed.
Lowrie, C. J.
Young's heirs' Appeal. Art:waning. Quashed
at coots of appellants. Lowrie, C.J.
Roger, vs. Golden. Cambria. Reversed,
and judgment for debt and costs according to
the award. !mirth', C. J.
Knee - dlet rs. Lane and others ; Smith VP.
Lane and Nichols re. Lehman and others.
Bills in equity, and motions for injunction.
Preliminary injWnetion On each ease) granted,
for the protection of the plaintiff on his giving
bond with surety-to be approved by. the Pro
thonotary in the sum of 5.500, aceimdirig to
law; and refused for any further purpose.
Opinion by Lowrie, C. J. Concurring opinions
by Woodward and Thompson, J. J. Dissent
ing opinions by Strong and Read, J. J.
Black's Appeal. Washington. Appeal dig
Darlington Canal Railroad -Company vs.
Hermici and others. In Equity. On motion
of J. H. Hampton, Esq., on behalf of com
plainants, complainant's bill dismissed-
Go-nobur re. Bentley. Washington. Ar
Rowdyinit in Mharpaburg.
On Sunday morning, Nov. let, the eiti.ens
7of AM lteifortgh of Sharpßburg weresomewhat
cvited:ollimaring that several bounce in the
place hii entered the night befoie by
- parties who had appropriated totheir own use,
dotting, boots, eatable,, ,be., but in a day or
two they were relieved by bearing that the
guilty parties wore arrested and confined in
jail. Now that the New York thieves . (ee they
are cilled)are safely confined in prism; we
think It would be 'well for the botatigh; an
theritiee to see that the quiet,of _the Sabbath
lidisterbed no longer, hithelalgof nrw i dinit
• theft:too rod theee-abentilieetreets, as th ugh
they were In-a heathen land. These pa p att ies
passing ono of the churehes of the placed tag
the hours of public service on last eve ing
- yelled like so many demons, and not eat' lied
with that, they amused themselves by plating
pieces of lumber, do., at the.croseing onrthe
street In such a position, that Vacua rftitiog
from the church ceded sprint e and fall pier
- e t. Query—. Ears they any 'Acme in that
place,—lf so, shy do they Allow snob a State
of-thing! to exist among them ? . .
AkleMpted • llfelicity. Wribbeiry.—'flier_ .
„ darer's. Assault.. -
On Saturday night; between Orvlro and one
o'clock, Pir. Robert:Sunni a conductor on the
Pittsbuigb, Fort Wayne wad Chicago tail•
way, while passing &long Duquesne Way, near
She railroad bridge; on hit way to. Allegheny,
was accosted by a man who „demanded; his
money. Mr: Seetteeired the rascal, and
to punish him, when two aorompliess frame to
the micae of their companion, when Scott
warn knocked down and kicked and beaten in
the most terrible MlLUDer—td, jaw was broken;
four teeth knocked . out, and his Chin
: nd thsoioot, as If by a - knife. A lady ;and
. teritliMen passing by the Weals fled. !Air.
-- &ett; although he had lost'considerable bleed,
Walked toss house Pear by, where hit ltjjuriea
were dressed, and on Sunday howls conveyed
to the St. Clair Hotel, where he now Iles, suf
. fining from his injuries. lle Wad& considme;
ble sum of money with him, bnirtho -thibtee
,did pot get time to rifle his pockets.: When
will these .outrages cease f .
WOMO alfla hit
of tin wopided andasissing of Co. 11,4 us Pa.
&Tally; Clt. Prank .11. Patio, in the pineal
entarty-figh 'at Sulphur fipsinp, aztxati
;from a privat e letterto Capt.' ratial. Littler
Wonnslact—Prisater David - piunnioadr ,
Chu. P Stewart. -
Mlrawa in •Aatitat—Earessts• lamer air
aiidJeNpk.M_o"relaid. ;Cotpoals.lcissph felo
00t,01, - MOJA% Nrilson,,anf .Bassusel Pan: ,
niiiaallvatoiliatittat : Elftb ,2ol m l) . KiAlfit
2oksidoki/ Waif liffelaSs 81;naar
Han, WJS. Ernvetaatter and m.
110i4t; Bugler tlaorp,n/93M, er • ;
• re, 1f..1,--,-,.... • ...CIA 1•1.,...-. ~.., • •• • ... 1 , • • •
fabondetyjsziernin, between seven and
eight 'o'clock, as Mt. earner fi r earnit, a learn
tier emploseedby Mr? Pcrprostor, stone mason,
wiu driving a wearily laden wagon down the
steep grade at the , Veld of Federal street,
Allegheny, he met with an accident which
suddenly terminated death. The street
was very slippery,
_as somo snow had fallen
in the night, and Kr. Kearns, in attempting
to tighten the lock, fallout between the yawls,
one of which psased.over his 'Pray, about the
pit of the stomach; and crashed him so that
he expired immediately Blood oozed-frore the
nose and mouth, but be. never moved or spoke.
Ono of Ala hones broke loose and escaped.
The wagon:ran against the other horse, and
injured it so that it died. The deceased was a
married man, and resided in the Third Ward
of this city. He was about thirty-eve years
of age, and leaves a wife and threochildren.
Tax Queraorras 22D Dteram - r.—The quota
of the Twenty-second District, for the next
draft has been fixed at 1,916, which wUI bo
drawn from the first class as before. The
number of names to be dr awn from tho wheel
will bo 2,873, including the• fifty per cent.,
eubjeet to deductions for volunteers that may
ho obtained in the meantime. The quotas of
sub-divisions will be decided hereafter, It is
estimated, however, that the quotas of the
sub-divisions will not be more than three
fourths of what it was the last draft. The
quOta of the last draft was 3,713, and 4,065
names were drawn, including the fifty per
&rooms° A.lrsta.—(ln Thunday lait; - Geo.
Baker, a middle aged man, residing near
Brooklyn Cesare Susquehanna county, pro
cured some geoid! fronts store and diluted It to
"whirkey," drank till he was intoxicated,
when he oonsmencusd abusing his wife, and
finally drew a pistol and shot her, initiating a
sorious and pis:hope mortal wound. The ball
named close to the left ride of her lower jaw,
and lodged in tho neck,fast missing the jugu
E130.1,1:1) /ROM THY PLNITENTLATIX.—Winia/11
Hoover, a notorious thief, escaped from the
yard in front of the Penitentiary, on Satur
day afternoon, while engaged in_working at
a now feriae. The praotioe of putting con
victs to work outside it certainty not a good
one. Hoover had over fear years to serve.
MINING GAZETTE TELEGIIMIS.
Latest from Meade's Department.
ADVANCE OF THE EFFIRE'ARMY.
THE RAPPAHANNOCK CROSSED.
THE an AND HEIGHTS OF FREDERICKSBURG
OCCUPIED BY OUR FORCES.
THE ADVANCE OF THE RIGHT WINO.
Particulars of the Battle at Kel
ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT ACTIONS OF
THE NTUATION OF Oa LET'S FOUR
Our Army Pressing toward Culpepper
MB CAPTURES, LOSSES, &c., ho
New Yoec. Nov. 9.—A special dispatch to
the World, dated Waabington, Nov. 8, says
Advices from your special correspondent to
night, Cram the front, states that an advance
of the entire armillas progressed most sat
isfactorily to-day. It crossed the Itappahan
neck again, but found no enemy in any
force sufficient to risk any general engage:
meat. Present indications do not render a
general engagement probable,
The Herold has the following :
, Headquarter. Army of the firgonute, You. 8,
t 4 P. if.—l learn our army is well over the
river, and Sedgwick's advance has reached
Brandy Station. Nu report of fighting has
This will be a week of hot work.
Wusetvorow, Nor. B.—The news from the
front is to the effect that Gen. Kilpatrick occu
pied the city and heights of Fredericksbug
yesterday, and was in position to hold them
until infantry could reach him. Probably
the army has already joined him. and is now
entrenching itself on the South bank of the
Teams conveying the wounded from the
battle-field at Kelly's Ford, arrived here yes
terday at 10 o'clock, A. M., to the number of
150. To-night there were no ambulances
there to transport the wounded men to the
hospitals, and it may bo several hours be
fore they will be placed where they can re
ceive surgical ablution.
The prisoners are expected to arrive daring
The Hevnkd has the following :
Rappahannock Station, Noe. 7.—Major Gen
eral bedgwick, commanding tho right wing,
consisting c: the Fifth and Sixth Corps, lett
I Warrenton this morning, with orders to 14.1).
reed to Rappahannock Station, and take air,
• hold that position. The march was a rapid
, one, and a division of the Sixth Corps, under
the command of Brig. Gen. David A. Russell,
(Gen. Wright being in command of the corps,)
reached the heights this side of the Rappa
hannock about one o'eldtk, and drove in the
1. enemy's-pickets, while another division of the
• same corps, on Russell's right, commenced
skirmishing, and soon after they also 4rovn
• the enemy before them. The Fifth COrr,
under Major General Sykes, formed their skir
-1 wish line on the South of the Orange and Al
exandria Ra"rerol, striking down towards
Manassas T„.l. Early's Division of EWell's
Corps occupied the heights on this side of the
river, the works of which they had so turned
as to make them defensible from an attack
, from this direction,
These works were constructed by our forces
last summer, while we occupied the lino of the
Rappahannock. The enemy, however, had
strengthened them by digging a semi-circle of
rifle pits around their front.
Such was the formidable position: Which
Russell's brave beye attacked and carried.
Col. Toutkins -.chief of artillery in General
86ttgwick's "s;rlf,' ifiisted the - artillery on the
heights about three-fourths of ,• mile on 'this
side of the river, and commenced to shell the
worts. About three o'clock eighteen guns
domMeneedakelling them at this short range ;
the firing had kbiatitiftil effect, demoralising
that or the enemy ; it was also very fine.
While this • Wee going an Gen. Russell was
busy with his musketry. Ho pushed his line
of sitittUfsSitrfpett hothtlitnks' of the enemy's
Sunset. When his own bri
:gadivoompusid fi titsAthWlsoonsin,Colone l
Alien 1.-6th..ibline,sCol. Edwards ; 6th Mains,
MaaTili - alfd 'l2th Heir TotlcEol UPon-
Mare, ware ordered to cherie, the s ide pits
lipon bothilanks: , " '
Ledrhy,aet, Itussell,,ir, potion, they wont
Titi*dfly bid silioGy,,onward, hghting as they
.p'r*edidi ! tillie s inhisi thew orbc they then
•Aitedliayonati and pitched In.with cold , steel.
This Was toe'rotich for the tower of the South -
Aftecep Pert hifid to hand contest they turned
Le his to thole - pontoons, which were lying di
featly in their rear, batterre they were foiled,
our booyys bavidg already secured the approach
&die hidp, and they had no' alternative but
to surrender or swim for it. Semeof them tried
the latter, but It wi#nis eaayinattat; t a il. they
yielded: Whets' thosburi oppoti shore
found dusk we jogilibts,mati.al the. bridge they
eet Aro.to their ou :414 and destroyed a
'rattan. This-elosedonaof themost brilliant
actions of the war. Itvras fought bythe tale
',troop thane gallantly, !piped and carried
'the heights of St. Idares,..it the second bottle
Although,Gens.Bedgwick, Wright and Tyler
wlththair commands were pesent and active,
n :aohlernnopt aussol and his , gallant
tiro Meade has sent. Gen. Sedgwiek an
arder erltritulating Dim and his troops upon
Liss fa'ippp Ito be atealpoppor, Ewell at
Broady Stailwand Hill between Culpepper
Wa;arelpieptaing to tram At day break.
Batradearioat - &atm. Nor. IN l a. a.—
fret& present appeitaato yestialha,y'e lone.
Nam soloeyrhat.aadoaloattgatado, The killed
bej-s6'ediyi:iloot iii.%apiterd, and the
!oxide& 400., Qua ~.handatal „of the rebel
wounded atomJett. En our hay*
1,5130 prisoners, including
. 011 10'n Tbaks3o- baavitible4C kall4
Isilimramimposition, and iii-siteck ba
atudallijkairiaretroly _ - 7,7
• r. .1-11.7:11;
ini;prid.tihnd liitte OF lit) Opposition. They
lITI3 pretainefortraid tottardSChipe_pper. The
'geoid third -corps, 'under Gonerel
1 Prince, passed the river_ lea evening, at Kel
ly's ford, and captured two hundred and fifty
two of the 2d and 89th North Garoihm. Mgt-
I "eats. General Penises boyt iuridedileut
riga ma shoot waist doep„ and the pr iamb
Me wade Ina.
The Present Situation—The Auguries
'New Toni, Nor. 9.—A special dispatch tc
the Tribe° sap t The neat fortnight prom
ises to be the most eventful einem the com
mencement of the war. The meccas of Meade,
and the recent operations in Burnside's de
partment, are promonitary symptoms of a
line of battle that will stretch from Chattan-
ooga to Wuhingtob and Richmond. For once
there seems to be a concert of action between
the different armies, and the auguries are fa ,
vorable.. It Is true Burnside is threatened
both from the east and west by large armies,
but ho knows it, and the measures to be ta
ken to thwart them. Gen. Grant's supplies
are uninterrupted and plenty. Maeda 's ar
my is believed to largely outnumber Lees,
and the result of a battle cannot be doubted.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
The following Ls the coursed the shipment. of gold
and sliver from San Francisco for the put three
years, from the lot of January to the Lt of October
of each rear,
To um. 1832. 18X1.
Now York 824,842,316 819,469,177 47,882, 828
England 2,579,133 7,686,00 21,195,864
Cblos 2,738,433 1,960,289 2,636,874
Panama 263,858 441,1125 1,411,206
311orellanoous V 3,244 282,403 263,1113
_ 330,452,001 $P.,639,813 W,& 9,052
It will be noticed that England gains this year
more than New York fall, off. The practical effect
le, that New York ie supplied with 813,700,000 addi
tional exchange on Europe, while falling short of di
rect receipts of gold from California to the extent of
$ L 1,500,010.
The satisfactory position of the Government Fi
nance la in striking contrast with the Fluences of the
bogus Confederacy, and demonstrate, the wisdom of
the system which was adopted by the able Secretary
of the Treasury In the face oftbe grestteet opposition
ever manifested to any fluaticiel scheme, at any time
adopted by the United StathiGovernment. Annexed
may be fonnd a very valuablestatement of the lotted
State* debt at the cloth of September, by or hich It
will appear that the entire indebtedness at that time
was only 51,=1,1=771, including the old public debt
of 67,0i10,0Uu. The average rate of Interest en this
debt IaSSI per cent.; and the average rate of Internet
on the funded debt is 11.06 per cent. The amount of
'embed to be paid annually on this debt is $40,834,-
610. The great bugbear of au immense war debt,
which, according to some of the opponents of Secre
tary Ghtuse and the war, was to accu=mulate at the
rate of V.,030,000,000 per 1.013.11.0, no longer frightens
.y one. The astonishing development of our re.
sources has carried conviction to the popular mind
that the task which has devolved open toe Govern
ment of putting down the rebellion, can be easily
performed. There is no lack of Hooey, and the
alacrity with which the &al Loan has been subscrib
ed for during the current year—and especially during
the past few mouthe—demoestretee In a marked de
gree the determination of the people to supply all the
requirement. of the Government lu this respect. The
receipt. from the Customs secnrca the wherewithal
to pay the interest on the public debt, and there la
not the remotest probability that the debt will ever
become s° large as to absorb any where near the en.
tire receipts from the Customs alone, in payment of
the Internet on it. In fact, this exhibit of the state
of our Science is eminently satisfactory. It proven
concluaively that the cLamor against the Head of the
liepertrueut was simply the result of partisanship,
rather than of any concern fur the country.. welfare.
—Y. I'. EAlpplep LW.
MONDAY, November, 9, 1863
FLOUR t GRAlN—Wheat is quint but steady
at former:iptutations. out.. firmer 11.111 i • shade higher;
ales o(1 cars at 75c. Barley is firm, with mks from
first hands at 51,35 for Spring, and 51,50 for Fall,
mile from second hand, of I car No I Chicago Spring
.081,40. Curet Is firm but without quotable change;
tole of /1:/0 bush libelled, to arrive, at 51,10. Rye—
none In marrot. Flour is steady, with smelt mile of
Wet grade., of Extra Family from More at $6,70(36,30.
Rye flour is selling in the small way from store at
$O,OO per bbl, and Buckwheat may be be quoted at
51,0) per cwt.
GROCERIEk-' -Sugars are decidedly firmer, owing
to an miranue to New Turk; we quote Low . 1 13 to
14e, and Refined at to 17e for "II ' and ••A." Cof
fee, and 17Iie for Crushed, Powdered and Granulated.
Coffee Po steady but unchanged at 33 to 35c fur Rio.
Mulmwe range from 6234 to 65c, and Syrup& 05 to LI.
MILL YEZD—in .ery firm, with a demand in a:-
..Ith. supply; mils of 4 tans Short., at 051,15 per
rwi, and N b)tt Senora& at 51,45. Prime No 1 Mid
dlings 0407 ba quoted at $l,BO to 51,115.
POTATI.II4B--More active, but without quotably
change; aalti'or 7001 , 11 , h Peach !Mows alBoc per bush.
BEAN'S—The market Is well supplied, and prism,
la coneequence, are a shade easier; sale of SO bmh
prime Mall White at 52,50 por bushel.
APPLY-S—With continued large receipt% and the
market almost glutted, prices rule ha favor of buyers,
ranging:from i 2,150 to 112,76 per bbl.
BI TTEtt a 16008—There le an improved demand
for prime ROI Butter, mid It sells madly at iiigg23c.
Eggs may be quoted firm at lac per dos. and unarm
CHEESE—Thu market •wady, end pricer arm
tout unchnozotl—rauging from 13 to tic per Fount.
Plttaburgh Petroleum Market.
Nov. k—There Woo considerable Inquiry 1.. r Crude
to-day, and about all that offered w. 'old at Satur
day. raw—including 1.15 lible in bulk at 15e, and
454 MAI at 'ff),,f,e, packet. included. These may be
r-garded as the ruling figures, although some dealer.
I one holding off in anticipation of an Improvement.
I t Retitied hal been rather quiet to.day,:sind tbediffer
once between the view. of bayen and sellers still con
tinue.. The former offer 35 for bonded, while the lat
ter demand frvm 00 to 410, and with 1614 differ...
transactions arwoot of tie question. We heard of a
sale at 5.5 c, though we cannot vouch for It. correct
ness. There were eoDoe few small sales of free at 50e,
and this Imams to be the prevailing figure.
Natal:a Is doll and nominal, and to the alwerwe of
wales, we omit quotations. ftesidium la mars active,
and we note ware of . V. 5, and 51 bide at $3,75, and 280
bbl at 51,,,n,
The pond (resat ►t oU Crnek on Friday last, seems
to hove hoer, the moat aucceaaftd of the ammo. It la
estimated that from 13,03 to 20,00* Dbl. cams out
on the freely with ato of only about 150 bbl.. Dls•
patches received from 011 City to-day report that 10,-
000 bt.ls have alroady loft there for title market.
New York Petroleum Market.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsbdrgh Gesette.
New You, Nov. 9--Crude la dull and lower, with
sales at 2442 k. Refined, also, has declined with
small Wee of bonded at 4.1 e, and free at 34r. Napo
Oa le Dentinal at 2be.
Nov. 7.—Flovr-Sates 80 Obto extra at $5,50. We
o w e 31 val at 0,7E46,50; do white at 57. 00 145 2 , 01 .•
Whet—Thesalerreported 'Chimp wire-2 cars
rod Ohio on trick it s l , ll7 ci 2 oan rid Indians on
track at gl,rsc; 1 ear Incline tallest amber and
white 4sck.gt 51,5 e, and. X raw diode white on
track $1,60. Altai itterticon pre note Enka of 1 car'
white Kentucky on track at. 5 1 , 60 ; v.r7 tholes
rod on trick at 51,29%; and 4 cars good red do st
$1,28c. porn- -Silo 1 car on track at 90c- Market
riming gag. Onts,-steudy at 46c on trick; 60 from
wore. llarloy—Fair demand from brewers, it 51,28
41,30. Aye-rages 45 hap it sl,lt4c. .
Import. by Railroad.
Prrrsacaon, FT. Warat k Craws; Banaoan, Dor.
9-90 bbla apple., Fetzor k Armstrong; 92 by oats,
W P Beek a co; 63 bbd cider, Campbell a Ilumbin.
*on; 144 bp wheat, J Liggett co; 10 sks W
Flaccur, 1 car lumbor, A Galley; 43 bbls whlaky;
Adler 'A co; 19 by snap, I bbl oil, J 11.14patric k a
Bro; 5 de do, 135 WI. paper, 31 Dorn*. k co; ktu
bgs bran, Rea a Kell; 16710 Mitt; Bingham, Star.
' germ a co; ..1X) bbl. Boat, 23 0000.11 y; 23 do
: Rellbroner A co; 1040 Islghwittes, Pip lead, TII
Rosin A co; bblallgkwines, linnukru 60 bldea
X NoLangblln; 186 bp 'Arlo. Ilarbkagh kw;
101 bblo Cour, 11 Floyd; ,10 dos brooms; flbriver
Laioar; 10 bides, W in: 126 bel ts paper, :W
Jobnaton; Z:0 do do, Godfrey a Clark; 14 bldwapplat,
ld Iley1; 6 bbls cider, Jos Riser; 1 car pig Ulm, Groff,
Bennattdr.co; Maks (wither, CI A Martin; 100 bbls
Bout Mackeown Llobart; can corn._ 'n iche wk,
31cOram7 It:co; 2 can moat, Moorhaa.
CU:MU= F.Pireaapiot Ria14049, Nov.
105 bgu daz Mod, Ewer Aliairillton; 160 do do, kl B
linydam,• Gel bbd salt, W Vonore, a bblo elder, D
Bishop; 6 do do, F Wend; if dodo .1 C Baum; 17
do 40,4 P Schoolrldl J Marla, B /You co; 476
bgr M . O; Thai Dell A co; 290 bolo applas, L-11 Vole,
a .; 1 car corn, Bluipoon k &nail t2O bbd aPpield
81mmtsic 1 carillons, W W 22 bide hail%
W R Garrard; 10 bbd dour Cook, Pettilyet.
bblaapplcs, JnoAtawirt; NIS what, l ,l llP ll
• Auxasmur Sums, Hon. 9-1013 N.E. flour. -
btu& cam. 8170p8aa a Knox; 0 balsa cotton, Z Ilida;
43 bbh ciferrl fa appba, J A Eck; 110 slui fax see d;
sweet Hamilton; 03 tArla apples A Bearlagor, 20 law
Amy 802 d caoflo, Mart* Riff* 223 his w balt;_if.)
S,Sharr.VAAIS 40r; .1 21IIIvalyt!ONi li v.G XT. ,
Ws A cc ; ti Nal pasta* WO ',Mt: nt. Opp/M.
I%:_g4imuel; UV bp con.ftagi - simpam . Itliaa.; ft
lgleafh itt4ll4 WM* A AnDaZ V 33331±4, 4•ooi'fbla ap;
ig V biptkitatoali,jl bini duos,. T h ils v i,n ny.d 3
tali* . .:2.1 0 nist,ithionSlibblo. ' onkas ,
' • ' '.49: l !!tilegui Ikmr49l l l' , .Ir Y,
' A Zte •
I,- ' : . 7: St 711:Z1:i
- T -CIR /PETS, OIL I'Lorms;ite.
011octidebiani for Clovarar.ol, and—
but little coming forward. Small tales at rtM7.25 N .
t.‘ , ,
64 Its, and from wagon at sfq6o. The acceunts from
England MI Germany KIM* that the crepe there
sill befall up to the arerao, whtla in the , oath of
France it will be Urge, consequently but compare-
Crely little will be wanted flab thts ronntry. Tim
othy Is IMIL IAU bushel/. wild at 112.5u1. 1 tmAlsel. NEW CARPET STORE
arid 125 bushel, at 83. The demand for Flll X....A l•
lon active. Sales of tat bushels at s3,lOrceil,n.
'"• 7 • —rlinu—su ' d7 ' McFarland, Collins & CO„
tow.r. .. 4 i(tt
2 , both,. ' Sales at 62 1 .44a3i. Data—Firm Soh,
at FA!....44 . 64a. Iteraipta- I ,h o o lAN Hoar, 41,000 totah
wheat:42,om huoholo corm billptoonto—h,ooo bhls
four. L 56,000 bush wheat; hash corn. Froigh , o
lowa,. 63.5? on COM, bc on wksot 1. Buffalo.
Off for nal, AT PRI( ES IAI:in:DAV PI:%sI.:ST
MAIM ET LAT)., m t.tiv.ly uesr and bon.
GROVER dr. BAKER'S
:REAL ENGLISH VELVET CARPETS,
PREKLITIII SEVEN KACHINES.
THE ONLY GOLD 2IEDAL
fret . Awarded to dewing Machines to Illinois
These Machine. were awarded the Higbeet Prom!.
=UN 01POr all cerrepetitont, for the Siva Foraiis Sevong
Afuokines, the Dad Maentjaccuritto Me. line, and rho
Bat Madan/ Work, at the following STATE PALM,
New York Slate Fate
NUR Premium fol. family machine.
First Premium fur doublo.threarl =chino.
First Premium for machine work.
Femora SIM. Pair.
Find Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufacturing inschis,..,
First Premium for machine work.
lowa Stoic lair. • •
First Premium for family machine.
Pine Premium for manufacturing email.,
First Premium for machine work.
Afklapse Bats Fair.
First Premium for Skinny machine.
First Premium for manufacttoing
First drominne for machine work.
First Premium for machine for all purl...ea
first Premium for machine work.
Mew& Seats Fair.
First Premium for machine for all porp,rea.
Pint Premium for machine work..
kneucht , Boca Fair.
First Premium for machine for all purpoeos
First Premium for machine work.
Primayhesla Steen Fair.
First Premium for manufacturing machine.
First Premium for beautiful machine work
Ohio State Fair.
First Premium for machine work.
And at the following County Fain..
chateme. 00.(n.) AyriceadWrea EtxtotY.
Pint Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufacturing muchloe
Tim Premium for machine work.
(116conpLzits Valley (Vt.) dorienihiral Society.
Vint Premium for family menhir.,
First Premium for mounfacturing
First Premium for machine work.
Menus lea Cs (Mow.) Aga-kWh...al Society.
Diploma for family machine.
Diploma for machine work.
Amalie C. (X. Y.) Pair.
Ifirst Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufeeturinF =Gt.
Q0000r• Ce. (N. F.) A artelelttieul Society.
First Premium for tamp) machine.
Waddegron Ca. (N. F.) Fair.
First Premium for family machine.
Raratego Co. (N. F.) Fair.
First PrwrWtuxi for family machine.
lfeckasiie's /agitate (Pa.) Fair.
First premium for machine for ail purpo.e.
Pint Premium for machine work.
The above comprises all the Fain at h the
RECOVER & BAKER MACIIINKS Mt:NI exbibilod
this year, At nearly all of them the lending Sewing
Madill:in were In competition.
The work made upon the Grover A Bak, Sewing
Machine has received the Find Premium at ovary
State Fair in the United State, where it he. leen
exhibited to this date.
Sales Rooms, No. 18 FIFTH ST., Pittaborgh, Pa.
ite29awsswF A. F. CHATONEY. Agimt.
IMPROVED LOCK STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Window Shades Mailings &c.
Highest premiums at the Loudon and Paris Exhi- , oLram. ArcLlNTopc & co.,
No. S T HIM T.
Micas, .d at all it.. Importua Stat. •nd ac hanl
eel Tiara where exhibited this SAW.n. Cell and ex-
T 14; STOCK AND N %1'
amino thew mischiciar b.tbre pun:losing
Carpets, Oil Cloths i _Druggets,
Foote's Patent Umbrella Lock Stand,
.bleb buena partici natoty to an article proverbially
N. $7 FUCHTII STREW,
We offer for sale
even to be la! nanny
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
' A r.ry largo assortment of all goods in our
V VMS BTBZET. bought al the loweet point reached In the )astern
Market this ...on, mesh minced from lest Ks
liIIIPP . I.A'G
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIV
=POOL, touching at QUILENBTOWN, 4. •
PILL ii 111108.) The well-known steamers of t
Liverpool, New Tank and Plaltadelphia iS:earoshlp
Company an Intended a. follows
CITY or WASITINGIVN.
..eatardiv, Nov. 11
The Steen:ehlp CITY OF CORK, of thin line, will
will es an extra ettunner on TIIMISDAY, Nor. bib,
and ben eplendld etwommodationn for a few Cabin
and ateessp Peesengere, at redo. d rat., payable In
C. S. Currency.
ZATLI OT rAtamie.
N=ab be Gad, wtL •gafenhat fa
do to Loudon.... 05 00 do to Loudon 34 ~ 0
do to Parla_—_. D 5 00 do to Parts ... 40 00
do to Hamburg. 90 00 do to Premise Ti OU
Pamempora also Parevanied to horns, Bremen, Rot.
tordam, Antwerp, dc.. at equally - low rates.
Vim hem Liverpool or Queenstown ; Ist Cabin,
STS, IPA 11108. Steerage., sm. Those who wl.ll to
aced Ibr their friend* C. boy tickets hero at these
ler farther Inlbrmatlon apply at the Company.
°Ricca. JOHN 0. DALE, Ageet.
BrosAiwa'', New York.
JOHN THORIPSON, Agent,
Eland attest, that house from the
pH EVATLAIS it; lit
ROYAL MAIL BT
ADRIAnE, Done-power, 4,000 Inns.
HIBERNIA, 1,000 Hone-power, 3,000 ton.
COLUMBIA, IMO Ilorso..power, - 3, 0 00 tons.
•NOLI A, 1,000 Ilorse-power, 2,000 torts.
The msgoilloent Steamship ADRIATIC will .all
from New York for LiverpooLon TUEMDAY, the 17th
Batas of pump train New York. to Llverpool, pay
able in gold or WI refolralemt in currency,
rust Cabt0.................5301Rteereew $ 3O
Pasrnagon forwardnd also to Loadoo, Pert, Ilam
borg, Retire, Brozarth 'Rotterdam, Ahtwerp, Ac., at
the 'await ram..
Faros from Ltrerpool or Githrty to New York and
'Radon, Us. I 2 VA, INI* sla6.k'or wane apply et tbo oaks of the Agenta
BARRI k BRAILLE, 23 Broadway.
Eauna loorza, Manager,
or, D. O'NEII.I..
Ekes*, Cfrowitle Banding,
Jytillywa No. TO Fifth etroet. Plttaburah.
- - -
••TIIE ^OLD COUNTRT."
Penenpre brought - out In FIRST CLASS MAIL
STEAMERS, Dom Liverpool, Lotolooderry, Oalong
or Cork. for
P , ;.7enty . .trive Dollars
And by sellirry vessels tbr I'WENTY•ONE DOL
LABS, to currency.
Apply to D. O'NEILL.
rbrAttuussi Filth street, Pittsburgh.
CUNARD LINE.-41£8am from
LIVERPOOL AND QVUNBTO
$26 In gold, or Its op:drama In carreney.
11110 X RIM TORTS, $35 Io cummel
8•111 every wneli. APPLY t
TUOILI3 SATrlOAlq ii 4l . =,
11 Id'STEEN, BRASS Fouls-Deßs,
J. Gas Ann 131.14141 It 'rms. Particular attautaai
the fitting up and repairing of OIL REFI
NERIES. All kinds of BRASS AND ram; COCEB
=ado to order. 'Alto DEARS CASTINGS, of all
kinds, ma& at shill shortest yolk*.
AU order. left at Ned-Aland S 4 WATER STREET,
near Liberty, will be promptly attanded to.
Awn. tasnitsime thfs fir nbeing proctkol boa
chnnoaf many yeas' expariance In their btialneaa
Wi , alio. agents' foi ,, Chilld;" Garrison k Co.'s
OXFAM tITMPSSIT , PUruPIut Watar, Crude and Re
-11• • OP% ' ds9:l7
LLEN.EI - 031011C11* 00., VALLEY
' 111rWarehonse, M.BERTY UMW,
ltanufaetworoof 000K._ PARLOR AND IrEAT.
HOLLOW,IYARZ,oto.,EIeoI ipArl also Bloilds, Roll
; •thiridal Gall;•WAter oAd
IturtrPlPlC s l4 1641 lo ul iliini4;lV•e4 Doz.' . By
' vrrlCirtttar, Pal sir, CulYbeels, CoUpllop
earttugsgen'iitah e ' "Jobrdsg and Machine
'Cant:tor:gide • hiLinted Portable
•inittrittoiDd'ot XL#lllTovilr;" '' •..014:6r0d
ALK-4041Vili , Gatili,15.40111asyrf, !talus, Green-
IIAi*SMDDIK.AO4 hr 'foto ad *motto b,r• •
COOS, Fran CO., •
PRICES It EMU(' ED
Nos. 71 AND 73 FIFTH ST.,
Best Real Brussels Carpets,
ENGLISII & AMERICAN TAPESTRY CAPETS,
TAPESTRY VELVET CARPETS,
A fun Imo of or, And vrry choice patt.,A.
Vory choice pat Lorne
Flortrord er' other •twdn:d makto of
SUPFRFINE AND EXTRA SUPERFINE INGRAINS
LoW Pitfall ALL WOOL CARPETS
selnot than ntanufartnrnre present prta.s. at wind..
nal,' and retail.
ENOLISH VELVET RUGIS and WILTioN AND
VELVET MATS, In great .minty, the l•rtrest
sertment of patterns to be found anywhere; and s
aidendld mortment of 811EICP SK Iti MATS.
Floor Oil Cloths.
From 2 to 24 fret wtdo, now and elegant patterns
COCOA MATTING, for Charchre, Offirm,
and Stain, rinranou and extra quality.
Woolen. Linen & Cotton Drugget,
UP EEN, BAIZE, VELVET AND BRCSAET.S UT
TOSIANS; STAIR ROI'. ; TABLE OIL
CLOTHS, plain and fanny ; Embrot
dared, Printed anti F.ntbrenral
PIANO AND TABLE
Whitlow Shades and Erixturee.
Ths stock on hived histllg been purrlisserl slum
gold w. st ?A, will bro sold at corresponding least.
ear FIFTH STIMET, IBS
ltetirrien Post Wks raid Pi:patch Buildings.
0e2 , 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
the N ENV SST PATTERNS and erery width, at the
Lowest Prices for Cash,
Crumb Cloths, Felting's, Rugs,
OIL CLOTHS, &c
Aed I.llVlng pOrrhaPokr fur cAsn, before the We
ISAIVILOCed, we an able to aell at the merodectortra
an nooqm.lied ntock of
pßoposALs FOR 11ORSEe.
Cuisr QUARTZVISIttrrtIe , . norms,
Dnrot or WAAIIINOTUN.
woozier:roe, P. C.. November 241,1e62.
SEA LED PROPOSAL on will tve received at t5l of
flro WM/Ng:II I AT, thv llth day of November,
st 12 o'clock M.. fur furnitlilnit the Government with
t 1,500) Ofteen liuniirwl Horses, of the following de
'For Artlller::, 11,,ei1 fifteen huurire.l llorret, from
(Lay fifteen and oue-half to (101 sixteen bend' high,
between fire and eight year. ol ago; of dark colors;
I.ce from all d efect.: well brekou to harks: , ;
partly bunt, and to weigh not leas than 1100 pounds.
The full name and isliitofilre addrcoo of the bidder
Insist appmr to the proposal.
If• bid to made in the nane of a Srnl the sem,. of
all tho partici moot Aimear or the hid Will be runsiii
ered ea the Individual piviaisal of the partner sign
Bropriaala from diebniol parties trill not he einswiewsd,
and an milli of allegiance will be required front =r
ice:slut biddors before signing contracts.
leripoeale moot be nidtriono‘l to Brigadier Geeei el
Backer, bituirtermariter C. S. Army, Washing
ton, U. and obould he ploiol7 marked °Broio,rls
/3unds oqual to 1411101.1: to half the .um to be re
ceived on the contrect, signed I.y the contractor and
two responsible securities, will be required act suc
Bidders must be present in person when the bid.
are opened, or their propoonit will not be considered.
Bluaka for bonds can be procured upon applica
tion being made at the. office, oither personally, by
letter, or by telegraph.
IRSPEOTION, DELIVERY, dc.
All hors. contracted for under thin advertisement
will ho .object to inspection, and Dome not confrm
ing to the specifications will be rejected.
No moss will ho received. _
Th. bonus most be delinmid in ibis city within
(Y 5) twenty-aro days from Ow dots of signing th.
Payment to be uls swan the completion of the
rontmcr, or b. 00 , 0 thereafter u. the Illlef Quarter
master shalt be In funds.
These horses trill be strardod in Int, of (r-ifil tam
hundred nod fifty each. unless the chief Quartormits
tor should deem it for the interest of the Ocroormuent
to t ary the uumintr. •
The Chief Quartsrtonster resorted! to himself the
right to reject any or nil bids that ho mar deem t.a
high. 1). H. BlitSEllo
nos:td Brig. 0... and Chief Quartennuter.
2,000 ARTILLERY HORSES.
Qratnnmarreit'. Dr..rAWniesT, U. S. A.,
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 31,
Peeled Proposals will be nooelveti .t this odic,' up
to to o'clock a. m. on SATURDAY, November 7th,
2,000 AIITILLEICY TIORStS,
To be delivered at Gm Government Stables 10 till.
city, srltbln forty (40) days from date of contract.
43entdeations for Artillery norm.
Said hone* to be of dark colors, not lees than flf•
tom and one-half hand. high, from, six (6) to nine
(9) sears old, strong, quick and active, entirely sound,
well broken, and square trotters in harmer- Each
horse to weigh not lets than eleven bmdred (1,100)
Taws operVeafiomin7l be seriedy aillorod to mid ribid
esifoicrti to eavey particulae.
No bid will be entertained unites accompanied by
R gnannty lb. itelaltbful performance.
Form of bid an guaranty can be had on applica
tion to this race.
Bidden must be present at the opening or hide, or
their bids will be reJerted.
Ronda moat be Clod for the faithful fulftlmeut of the
Parties will be required to come op to the term. of
the cohtract, or forfeit the amount of their bonds.
T., or more Lido/rm. oar one portica frill iltortri, are
rejection tif rat nob bib.
No bid frill be enttrtalned for leas than fifty beteee.
Payment made on completion of contract, or as
mono thereafter aa the tinderatgned may be In funds.
Propoaala trill be endorsed, "Proposal. for Artil
Any other Information will be promptly given on
application to the umidrelgnerl, personally, or by
I am still purchasing CAVALRY 110ESES In orem
market, 5t.11120 sash. Payment stunts on the dulls.
cry of eight (8)or mons. JAMES A. SKIN,
no42w A. Q. M., U. S. A,
ANIMAS' MCAIITLINALITRIS I.llllCi,
Corner 13 and 2d Ofect.,
Washington, D. 0., Ont. Eld, 1883.
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC A G ILL BE
on the SECOND and FOURTH WED
TDIEDASS; filth and 25th of Novelobrr,at - thiCarral
near the llVitthington obterratory, -kale lot of
HORSES AND . HOLES, condemned ss unfit Li
public-terrine: -Sale tommitnetuir lo etlott a. m.
Tenn. cub, tnDountmreut Funds.
011621. Et TO3LPKINS,
Capt. and A. Q.. 11. . 11. & Army.
DR. J. H. SCHENCK.
Tbrun6b the soli,: lt•tloca of hum...row, pa rsOr.
the abvta :Ism. a 4.1111,0311 Kill at the pm,:
...re of Dr. 017"1:t4E. N.•.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,l
November 4th, sth and 6th,
F,r t he eisminatlon of patients afflicted with Spy
duscaus. of Us Pulmonary orgwus, such as
Or ituy chronic .lutudo- ‘.l or d•• 1 ,1
Lyiu, d.....311:11C of li,l.trWei. Dr.
SeakiNCK. Would stir U.,. tat 1.-runou hn hure
chronic allmoutv, tuft to 1..121t. lilm , 10 rot
Litt! tolres tr_ . .uu . ut out, SO w tu tumble thew to re
member the lint- of his Treit.
litany rierwitiii, bower., diente u therinigh rlanaj•
nal hal of the lunge, en as to know their exert run
ditior. F. ennli bin cialtrye i.• three
She I...heti. bring tool. riitti in
itrument own loot tition,itilltil
REISPIIiONETP.72,” the examination Is ristirel)
free from pain. end will limb: out the true .... hit n
of the hums, ntiether in it henithy or merlon 'i.e.
Iteiow will found at recent certtlicole ofturn lu
the city of ,-,' York, afteet...! ly ec.crut witre..s
Dr. Geo. 11. Keys. r. of Pi ttuhu rgh , woo prcluott r buo
the tint , moot of Mr.. tturtted. meet Mn gircu, nod
vouch for its genneleneas. Hundreds cure. el
like character ale at:altered a 1 eve r I !In I . cltn..l
Stel.s, en io Ilellealle the poet lectednii•Jue Ilf the
rub or of lir. Schenck's nuedfcfnct.
• • •
.. . . . ..
EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A Iit , NNINO
T U3IOII by Dr. SCIIENCIiaIi hi EDWIN Mc-. Ter'
healing pions of bijMENt..K.'S PLLIIUN it SYRUP I,
strikingly illustrated. lire clue of
MSS. MARY BAUTIIOLOM Ell', No. dJ Went I
Forty-Fifth street, wow York , 1
I'h. Is to certify the.. i bare bee , laboring under
• d.treare euppueed to hero been Liver cumplaint fur
a groat many years. There was a herd swelling to
my side, which became quite large. The doctors call-
e.l It a tumor. Alter some time it broke and contin
ond running for fourteen years, mmehmee discharg
ing a thin watery matter, mad other times green bile.
I had the beat medical attendance in New York, and
my physicians ail will me that the ulcerous bole in
my .de must not be healed or the discharges from It
stepped, or I woUld soon die. My physicians gene
metalumel or mercury until my mouth became very
sore, and several times I was salivated as badly as
any ono could ho without dying under the process.
No one could be tortured more than I was and Ure
throur,b it. Withiu the last year my streugtb began
to fall more than ever; my blood seemed to stop haw
ing, my pulse at times ceased to Loot for fifteen or
twenty mounds at a time. My skin and the whites
of my eyes were as yellow as saffron. I knew not
what to do, end my doctors acknowledged that they
would do no more fur tun. I was unwilling to try
what are termed -Patent Mcdlcuam," for I thought
I had nearly ell the best physicians in New York t•
at tend me, and if they could not help one noon« could.
At this time when I bed began to despair, a friend
of mine in-ought era Sunley Xrecery, In which I
read the certificate of a wonderful cure of CVD.II.II,
1, 0 0, the patient having leoeu confined to her bed and
-,,,,,,,g1.4 in the last stage of the disease, and yet
WIN cured by Dr fiehenck- 1 would have cousidenid
this a trickery t. deception had It not been certified
to by many respectable persons with the elvdorveruent
of the Rev. Dr. Bowling. Thu gave me emourege
meet, and I was napatitut fors consultation with
1 Dr. Schenck, having to watt for Tuesday, one of the
• rfeys of his regular attendance to patients to this 'illy.
1 It was shoot the lent of July, Idea, when I called on
I Doctor Schenck, at his rooms, No. 311 Bond street.
Ile meld he understood coy ease, and gave all three of
ht. medicines—Pelona:tie Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and
Mandrake Fills—end within nine day there was
great clishge In my felings. The hole In my side
1 dofihargni more an ever; still I felt Letter and Le
win to entertain hopes of active. I could fend Om
Prilmonk. Syrup upending throneh my blood. The
Seaweed Tonic seemed to se. on my stomach ID ari in
describable manner, but In • very short time it vise
me a raienousappetite but not until I Led basin
early a box of Mandra k e Pills. None could believe
that any human stomach could contain such arrenor
, mom qoantity of corroptima 1.•• I &whinged. It
I seemed that for nearly two 'Mike nothing but green
Wu and unhealthy matter peseed my bowels. My
complexion changed, My skin began to look clear,
and to my great astonishment,' found the tumor heel
ing up. I did net know what to think of that, as the
doctors bad told me Chat if healed my death
would be the immediate conacquenem I longed for
the next Tuesday, to an Dr. Schenck. Ile said that
1 I was doing well, and that I would poop be as well as
error, and thanks ter kind Providence this promise hes
been fulifilled. This day I feel OS well as ever I did
TO: 0 INS( NI I'll VTLZ: •
Q D AN C Alt t .!
r.0 §1 4 1 .
Lt Slier t DA r. A r t(
Dan. PENNSYLVANIA ONNTRAWMAIL/WA ls,
NINE DALLY TRAINS.
The SI/ROUGH ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
loses. the t'i gh Station daily, (except Bendy)
at 4::2 s. m., stopping at Ni Stanton, hereon Pitts
borgh and Philadelpida t and making direct nonnea
that for New York and Philadelphia.
The THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Pal.
Anger Station ecery morning (except Sunday) Id
. .o.Sr? a. m., itoppinz only at principal dations, and
makrug direct connoctione at Harruhurg for Balti
more and Iltehingimi, and for New York for
The TII r.orcu EXPRESS TRAIN leases daily Cl
3:50 r n.. flotoptug OD I y at principal Atltiolllll, making
direct corn:mama at Harrisburg for Baltimore and
Wa..hington, and fur Now lurk tin Allentown route
The AST LINY leaves tiro Station daily (t goept
Suudsy, at thld p. m., stopping only at principal sta
tion, connecting at liarriaburg for Baltimore and
Washington. and et Philadelphia for New York.
PCLAI OF.4HP C02.*5t7.11 PT/ LtY.
LA RFSC Pdl. CONSC3IPTIO.S"
ASTHMA, TEROAT DMELAiR.
Por....n..uitaclon and aliVICv I,akerc 110 010,40,
in my life, although It ls "nly Ulm, months since my
mow appe;red to be desperate, AU who know me ems
artonlataed at the change. Tho running ulcer of so
many. )cars coot inn:ince is entirelrhealed, and I have
no more of that dull, sleeping feeling which I
used to experience almost without intermission. I
rise in tho morning without haring n bad taste In
my mouth, or • furred tongue, and I always have an
excellent appetite for my breikthst. I ims satialied
that no one can speak too highly of Dr. &bermes
medial.. and their eatraordinary efmts. 1 , or my
pert Llngunce V inad..sl.lllt4 to ripll6l Lay gliaittadn.
I feel dint tjr. Schenck'. medicine., by the Pr•vi
den. of God, him, been the means of the reateration
of my life, for which I shall au., no thankful
boveral of my Arland., through my recommenda
tion, bars been using Dr. Schenek's medicine. for
musumption disease. of that kind. All of
them hove greatly benefited: I make.thi.? rub.
Pc statement in order thou the thononode who ander
from diseasru similar to mina may be irnincod to try
Dr. Schnick's invaluable medicine.. Do not think on
I Md. that If your favorite doctor cannot help you
no one mu. I would advise every consumptive per
to go and see Dr. Schenck, and follow his pm.
acriptions. Tao his advice, .t Inset, If you do not
take We medicines. It is encouraging io bear Ow
people conversing I:k We rooms and dee.criblog the
benefit they receive from him treatment.. Their looks
show that they have no deception in them. They are
all anxious for help and are being' all helped. I wish
all who aro afflicted as I was to call and see me, for I
hot that 1 can satisfy every one of them that this
statement Is not eftergersted. I relate all the partic
ulars, became I know that many are like what I woe
—sskeptical. I have requested inumberof my friends
to append thosli named, to illy staternant,ln order that
no 'moon can rtiuxuan say ftawnaDle doubt,. on the
MRS. MARY BARTIIOLOIfEw
We, LIo crderslgned, friends and acquaintances of
Mra. Bartholomew whoden the above certificate,
hare known her for many years, and do certify that
the datonalts made by her an entitled to full cro-.
deem, and that the account le not at all exaggerated.
Scarcely any person who knew her three months ago
would recognize her now, such Le the alteration of
BOCK WELL BARTHOLOMEW,
38 W. 48th street.
Capt. A. OHAMIIEELAIM,
35 West 45th street.
Mrs. M. J. CLLAIIBEHLAIN,
83 West 48th street.
FASNY W. 111388E1%
85 Wed 45th street.
E. M. I.IOBEY,
ea Wed 45th street.
Mr. and Mre. SOOTTELD,
Dr. J.. 11. St:DESCH will be at htePrineipal
No. 39 North Sloth Wept, Philadelphia, swag SAT.
lIIIDAY from 9a. wit: to 4. p. - errs wirleo
troe, bat fora thorough examination et Ith the /leapt:
tomato, he charges three dollen
N. B.—All of Dr. Scheack's medicine' ro for tale
by the you, timer, or single battle by
DR. (MO. H. KEYSER,
No. 140 WOOD STREET.
n :/aLcV r ptiva pamphlets free at the agents.
BLOOD SEARCHER LOTION!
an infalliblir cur° for all load At: diseasm .nd to
Le trind lo mujunctioll with
It will peeithely cute the following disenws
Tatter or Salt Rheum, Ring
Worm, Pimples on tho
Face, Barbers' Itch, Blotch-. -
es, old Pilfta , and
Irritating Local Diseases or
the Skin, tiotorEyes, ke.
'DE GEORGE E KEYSEEt,
140 WOOD EfTnilCT,
gerniai, 60 C1L472, • • • •
The Johlailawn Accommodation Train leases dolly
(except Sunday) at 2:43 p. m., stopping at all Stations
and running no tar as Conctuatigh.
First Assimmodailm Train for Wail's Station
loarm daily (eoseeTt Sunday) nt 6.50 a. m.
Second dicommodadon Train for Wall s Station
learue Bally:truce% Snottily) at 112 SJ a. m.
Third AcwitnianalsLion in for wairi Station
loaves dally (except Sunday) at 4:nn p. in.
Vann), Accommodation Train fir Wain Station
louvre: daily fecorpt Sunday) at 6 :10 p. to.
The Church Train Iran. 'Yale's Station livery SW:3-
a,, at ~ nles a. sim sett:truing. leaves Pithiburghott
11..larultig Trains swine In Pittsburgh as follows :
Baltimore Exproiat __l 1:110 p. in.
Philadelphia hspressi 112:71 p. m.
Pest ....... ... ....-.—. 12,50 a. m.
Through Hail Train —12120 a. in.
J tinted°. a ........ a. m.
First kale'. Station Accommodation...—. 6:2.5 a. in.
brand airs Station Accommodation_., 8:35 a. in.
Third Wail's Station accommodation 1:40 p. m.
Fourth Wall's Station Accommodation.... 6:01 v. m.
Beiltitoido Express Hill anion with Philadelphia
Express at 12:2u p. at. on Mondays.
Trains for Blairsville and Indigos COnnrnt at Elain
e Ole Interadtion with Through Acrommailati .....
Johnstown Acsinntamll........l Exprea. Trani I-sar,
and with Bahl:wire Express sad Johnstown A ...iota
mislat ion West.
Trains for Ettor.shorg contiti: at I. rreevn a fth Ex•
press Traias and 31nt4Train West:rind with Through
Aocummalation and Bap,. Train East.
The public' will find it greatly to their interest, In
going Eau; or Wer.t, to travel by the Penns)lcania
, Central hi.allrolid, m it. accommodations now offend
enonot be surpassed on any other route. The itrnfll
to liallaided with stow., and is entirely free Cron:dust.
lc'- run i,ronlisosanity, speed, and comfort to all
ow may favor ibis read with thoL 1, tnitogn. •
T.. , New T. t 812 00 To Boltimore—..... 11l 00
To Philadelphia__ lo be i To Laxamter 8 GO
To arriehrag..—.. T
Baggage chocked to all Matloos oo the Pennsylva
nia t.entral poilroad, and to tiallodelptitia, Baltimore
and New York.
Pamengers purchasing tiekets to the ramosill be
chorivel no bums, occ.rding to the distance Irmelcd,
to addition to the etat too votes. except from motional
ahem the Company has no agent.
NOTICE.--la wee of loan, the Company will hold
themselves noponsible for personal Lamp only,
end for on amount not faMndling GlOO.
N. B.—An Omniboa Line Mu been employed to
convey pamengers and baggage to and from the De
pot, at a charge not to mooed 25 cents, for each pas.
stager and baggage. For tickets apply to
J. STEWART, Agent.
At the Ponmylvania Central Railroad Pamenger
Statlen corner Liberty and Grant strata. apIS
CI LEVEL AND, a tc
NJ PITTSBURGH ANli
MR It ARRAN GEII.RN T.—On and attar
MONDAY, April :nth, 1863,. Tralno wlil lama tho
Depol or the Punnbylvania Railroad, In Pirtaburgh,,
Piashnrgh and TVA
do Wollni Me.
A relvel r.
Cunneri log at Steubeneille and Relish. with Stau
b., rale and indiums Railroad and Central Ohio Raft
road for Zapville, Newark, Columbus, Xenia, Day
ton, Indianapolis, (71.1111211 ti. Letihmitie, Datro, Se.
Loofa. S. Joseph, and alinsoititt wort and sonthwrst,
and at Wheeling with Baltimore sad Ohio Railroad.
Pittsburgh easLChweload Lava
Leaves Pittaburgh—...— 1:00 a m. 12:40p. m.
An - trot at
Cunneeting at Bayard with Tuscarawas branch Rts.
New Philadelphia and Canal Dover; ct Alliance With ,
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chieago Railroad; at,
navt,its. with Atlantic and Great. Western Banned
for Wszren, Grucortho, Mouth ilia, linen, Corry.
Jamentrown and Salamanca; at linclson allb Clara
land, Zanesville and Cir.einnatl Hallrmid fur Akron,
Cuyahoga Falls and Millersburg, and at Clevo:and.
with C. &E. K. It. for Erie, Dunkirk and BONI.
with C. h T. K. K. for "Sandusky. Toledo, and alss
with steamers fur Datroit,
Wellsville Accommodation !tares at 3:50 p. m.
Returning trains arrive at 0:10 in., 3:20 and ikir,
p. na. and kW a. m.
Through 'Manta to all prominent points Gan ha
procured at the Liberty Street Depot, Pittsburgh.
GEORGE rentus, Ticket Agent.
And at Allegheny City. -
A. ta. CASSELB2IIIt7, Ticket Agent
for farther information apply to
WILLIAM. STEWART, Agent,
At the Onmpany's 013ce in freight Station, Penn at.
esT NATIONAL BANK,
TUEAoCitY DEP AILTBIENT
Orrin' or Cosirre.oma• or Ina I...VIIMIECIT,
Itashingtoo City, Augnstpth, La.>,
Traentut, By satisfactory evidence promoted to.
the ondersigned, It has been toad* to viPtiar that.
the. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or ,PITTh TIMM.
in the County of Alleglicoy, and Mt:steer Peanaylra-
Ma, hu been duly organized widens:ad acCording to
toe requirements of. the Act of Concrete,. entitled
"An Act to provide • National Currency , secured by
• pledge of Ilnited States Stocks, and
. to maids for
the circulation and redemption thetwof," approved
February Mitt, 1063, and boa complied With all the
provision. of =ld Act required to,
_ - bajwariptled with
beton, commeocing the bushossa of Banking;
New, Ow:et - ere, I, Uroar Neel:lMAX* Comptroller
of the Gormley, do hereby certify that 'the mild
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 07 PITTSBOBUIL
ceem , y of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, to
authorized to the business of Banking no
der the Act Mermaid.
In testimony whereof witness my hard
s.el of effie•, this 6th day of August,
Comptroller of the Currency.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
(LATE rITTRELTBOH TRIIBT COMPAIiT.)
CAPrna.. $4.00,000, wttit privilegn to Increase
to e 1,000.000,
The Pittsburgh frost l'vmpany having orgardrect
tinder do, 13% to provide abl a i
the title of the FIRST NATIONAL Raftx,or
PITTSBURGH, would reepectfully otter fte . wiles"
for the cullection of None, Pratte, Bbta of Exchange,
thc., receive gooney on depoolt, and buy and sell La
chance on ell parts of the country.
The encase which haa attended lho Plttaburgh
Trust Uomponly, enact ita organisation In 2852, will
w• believe, be a euterdent guarantee that btutrwal,
entrusted to the new organization will. Meine the
ease prompt, attuution.
Hieing a Very eXtenaive Correspondence with Banks
and Bankers throughout. the country, we believe we
enn offer enamel facilities to thong who do buena.
The Malmo will be conducted eJ Ow time Officer*
James Laughlin, Alesandiii P . er
Hobert S. Hays, Francis
Thomas Dell, Alex. Elvedielyi-t 1
Thomas Wightmen, • '//'
Wm. K. Niudck,
JOHN D. SCULLY, Cashier.
longest 4 1 / 4 , t 063.
TAOLLAR SAVINOS BANK NO. 6.5
CILUITIMED 'IN 1856. 1 -1
Open dolly frovoll to 2 o'clock, also on WOdtleaday
and Saturday evetdugn, (nun Ala, lotto Narralber
lot, from 16 9O'clock, sad from November let to
Iday „lat from 6to o'clock. ,
Depoelte reeelved.of all stone not Um than One
Dollar, and II dividend of tho profit. declared twice •
liar; in lune and December. Interest has been de.
Flared senil-atinnail.t. In Anne and 'Dean/her, dune
the Bank war organized, at the rate of eta per cent.
• ft . t r e ' rcst, if terri'draWn crut s te placed to the credit
.of the depUsitor as princtpal and bears, theme,. in.
term from the first dap of .Itruo and December, corn
potur twice • year without troubling the deplete
lee tO or evessto presurshla passbook, At thta
rate ney will double In leeettratt twelveyeara,
Boots, containing the-Charter. B;-Lawa, Rules
and 'Regulations, Ihrnished grafts; on .application at
the efllca. - .
John B. Mclfuldan,
John llohonn, John Marshall...
Alezon.Ve Sr,poo • Jaws IL D. /leach,
Bonj, I.—ltahnootock. A 11-,PREIoe4, A. P..
lames SteAulij, llllllhogirin,
Zane. nordavon, "wntitan „I: Azleimm.
Calvin Adams, -
Sohn 0. Itaeltotan,
Jahn C. }Studley, •
ettiriei A. Colton,
:Wllllauf - Tteitglea,•
Joballeatu. • •
Peter 11-11aniar a
Jatiitnt B.y, '
10 oa m.l 910 a. m. : 12,10 p. m
1:10 " 8118 . 2:23 33
4:10 ' 907 " 1:53
5:10 " 1908 " 4,64
92.5 . 19:25 " i 0:10
Peter A. Mad 46114
Walter P; ***Wl,
Bolas WIN , .
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