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MORNING:::NOV. 11, 1863
. CITY AND SUBURBAN.
Official Paper of the City.
Trial of James Stapleton for the Mur
der of Mary Burke.
Cover or Ores ASI) Traxnrin.— Tuesday,
Nov. 10.—Judges Sterrett, Mellon, Stowo and
The examination of witnesses for the pros
netitbn was resumed at the opening of Court.
Fanny . Smith, alias Benfield, testified to the
circumstances preceding and succeeding the
shooting. She did not witness the homicide,
as she ran out of the house when the quarrel
commenced. She identified the defendant,
however, as the individual whO displayed the
pistol, and who began the quarrel by striking
the deceased. She stated that Mary Burke
died In her arms, saying: "What did that
man shoot mo for?" •
Isabella Kelly, the other girl at the
house, to stifled to nearly the same
effect. On - cross-examination, Mr. Mar
shall produced three small notes, written by
"Curly" Welsh, for Isabella Kelly, and in her
name, white she was in jail. In these notes
she mikes the defendant for twenty or twenty
five dollars, in consideration of which she
would stay away for a year, and net. testify
against him. Afterwards she asked him for
a dollar (she being sick) which defendant gave
Officer Moon testified to having arrested
the defendant, about midnight, 011 the night
of the murder. Ile was in his bed at Mrs.
Marks' boarding house, on Grant street. lie
lay on the top of the bed, in Wound sleep, with
his feet projecting over the rail, and after
violent shaking he awoke. No pistol was
found upon him.
Mrs. Marks, his landlady, testified to baring
seen a pistol in his possession on the evening j
preceding the murder. This closed the testi
mony for the prosecution.
Marshal Swartzwelder, Esq.,
ease on behalf of the defence. He alluded to
ose degraded character of the prosecuting
"Airless, (Mcßee,) as characterized him
se covered with moral leprosy. Ho thee
Isrethadowed what the derange would
be—insanity by reason of intemper
ance. He stated that the defendant had not
been used to drinking, but, being of a jovial
disposition, and having spare time on his
hands, ho hod spent throe weeks In Et. Louis
and Cincinnati, drinking. On his arrival here,
the first day proceeding the evening of the
murder, was spent in drinking with Owim
Riley, John Linday, George Dearly, Si. Coston
MoCnllough, Andrew Moon, Wm. C. Hamil
ton, and others. He then explained the bear
ing which insanity had upon the lair regard
All the witnesses above named wrtro called
and examined as to the number of drinks they I
had taken with the defendant. They ranged
from one to five drinks each. Others who had
not drank with him, testified to his baring
been very drunk. -
The Court then adjourned.
nalfroad InJUtictlon Case.
In the 'United States Circuit Court, to-day,
the ease of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
company vs. the Pittsburgh and Conuellsville
Railroad company being an application for an
injunction to restrain the Connelsville com
pany from holding an election under certain
provisions of an act of Assembly alleged to
be detrimental to the interests of the Balti
more company—will come up for argument.
Tho act alluded to was passed by the last
Logisbsone, and provides that no stockholder
in the C , onnellsvillo road, no matter what
amount of etodk he may own, shall be en
titled to more than twenty-two votes. The
Baltimore and Ohio eompani own seventeen
thousand eight hundred sharres of the stock,
and believing their interests - predjudiced by
the act, they obtained a preliminary injection
to prevent the act from being carried into
effect. Yesterday , a role was granted to
show cause why the injunction should not be
Pet aside, as the matter will be fully argued
A Verdant V onng Man In a Concert
A young man, eon of a respectable farmer
of.Luzertie county, recently visited Philadel
phia, and in his rounds dropped Into a concert
sulooir' He was well dressed, appeared to
have been brought up carefully, and, evinced
a degree of refinement in his appearance that
all farmers' Ilona do not show. He had been
drinking , bqforo he entered. A waiter girl
took a seat beside him, and he drank more.
The girl was brazen, painted and bedirzened
with jewelry. She drank and eneouraged the
youth to drink with her. Finally she dared
'him to marty her. He accepted the challenge.
She retired for, her shawl and bonnet, end he
followed her oat. As an ex goeth to daugh
ter. he accompanied her to an Alderman's
office, where the magistrate married them.
The misery that mast fall upon that young
~man and his family and parents, can easily be
understood. Comment is unnecessary.
.Vi r witro gratified to announce that Manager
Henderson has - effected an engagement with
the eolebrated Mdlle. Vestrall, who will ap
' pear in' oar beards as a dramatic actress, on
Monday evening next. Those who hive boon
'familiar with Mdlle. Vestrali on tho lyric
stage;nied no assurance of her splendid abil
ities asi an actress; and she will carry to the
drama all the force and Intensity which have
heretofore characterized her efforts. Her first
appearance will be in "tames, the leirish,
Mother," an adaptation froze Mocqaard's
, drams, " Les Tirecirs des Cartes," written ex
pressly fee her. A beautiful chant is intro
duced in one of the scenes, also two or three
-very fine pieces of music. Other novelties
will be, introduced as the engagement pro
/greases. The - appearance - of this celebrity
hero willow doubt, create a furore aeeond
to that produced by the advent of the
famous Jenny Lind.
Parses: Wow= lisvima.—Of course,
any present, however trivial, is worth aceept
snug, as its value is not intrinsic, but is to be
'measured by the unseen jewels of sentiment
thntlemenation invests it with. Still, one
does not object to a present having a high In
trinsielralue. Where a woman knows ho can
afford, oho will not think the less of a present
froth her hisband foc, Its hating cost from
forty to two hundred dollars. Not a bitof it.
Now, we have in oar minds' eye just such a
prescmt as a true -- wife would like to receive
from her wormer half. Such of our own read_
en as would see- it in its substantial form,
may , do so, by ateppinginto the saloeroom of
Messrs. Griner Le - Biker. No. 64 Fifth street.
In One of their sewing machines, so perfect
in their constriction, and so easily adapted
to every kind of work, we think that a genu
ine husband, who lore' his wife, and would,
therefore,lighten her heart by lightening her
tiros, *ill find just snob apresent as he ought
to feel bound to give her at this season of
festivity and : gratefulness. The prices of the
maChines, ,which are marvelously simple, and
require no echanical skill to manage, are
rofor ;m ty-fivef dollars upwards. Let .every
sensible, father of a family buy one, and In
six months l will save its cost in "weariness
'and-taxation of spirit"itione.—.PhiL Mercury.
OXIiAEGIII3IOI4I3 OP. i DETECTIVE; 011 ClTlll
osrrnat os Cann.—The aerator of the stories
composing this volume is "A Retired Member
of HI Detective Police," of Now- York city.
He introdnces•himself In a prefatory chapter
by telling his own story—" How he became a
Detective." Following this, wo have twenty
one stories of crime and its discovery; and
the means, by which the perpetrators Were
hrougt to.justioe. Tho kind of interest be
longing, to such a book hardly needs expla
nation; a largo portion of the "popular liter
ature" of the dey thews how well iris under
stood. Some years ago, a police officer in Ed
inburgh, Scotland, published a book of a
similar character, giving his "professional
reminiecences," which, we believe, proved
eueoessful. Our Now York "HoUred
pettative" may have like good fortune.
Published by Dick and Fitsgeraid,New York;
for sale by Henry Miner ' Fifth street, (next
door to the Posteffice.) Price 25 cents, post
'PitoWrrr.D. , --Tho friends of Thos. G. Blake
; ly; late hospital steward of tho 78th regiment
pens:sylvanite Volunteers, Col. Sitwell's, will
-be pittosed.tolearii that ho has-been promoted
t 0 segintaufal Orator-master, with tho rook
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/LON 'CITY COLlztli;: . 'itrisu. rani,
1 THE LATEST NEWS
Tlzere is no institution or learning in the
country, at present, attracting no great an
amount of attention as thin, Students aro 1
}locking to it from all parts of the country, on
aeocunt of the reputation it has among busi
ness men for making thorough, propene! and
Its gradnatee take precedence over those of
all other Commercial Schools ; a Diploma from
this College being a certain passport to success
in business life
The Faculty is composed of skillful and ex
perienced men, who stand at the head of their
profession, and who are well known to be emi
nently fitted for the positions they occupy.
Every young man in the country should try to
avail himself of the advantages afforded by a
course of study in this College. Circulars of
the College, containing fall information, can
be had on addressing the Principals, Messrs.
Jzvanen d Smut, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Herron TO . WHom Maxon is Drs.—Seeing it
announced is a New York paper, that the
Grover Jr Baker sewing machine was awarded
the first premium at the late State Fair of the
Pennsylvania Agricultural Society, at Norris
town, it Is only justice to all parties to state,
that the highats premiu m for the beet meing ma
chine was awarded to the Wheeler Jr Wilson
double thread, lock stitch sewing machine.
Medals were awarded to two other classes of
machines, and a diploma recommended by the
Committee to the Greyer A . Baker machine.
We make this statement In order that our
readers may fully understand the true state of
the ease.—Philadelphia Fortner. ltdew
LOOK out for counterfeits 1 not only of bank
bills, bat of everything truly valuable. We
understand that even the indisponsiblo arti
cles known as "Family Dye Colors," are no
exception to this rule. The imitations like
all counterfeits, are utterly worthless. Re
member that Rowe .ik Stevens' Family Dye
Colon are the original, the only valuable and
useful thing of the kind.
listinscurs Doistrrox.—The Econornites,
who Lave been noted ever efface the commence
ment of the war for their noble patriotism and
liberality, have made another exhibition of
their kindness by a donation to the Subsis
tence Committee, (for use at the Soldiers'
Home) of two wagon loads of vegetables. con
sisting of potatoes, beets, parsnips, cabbage,
Goon Nral—Joseph Fullwood, of the 102 d
regiment, tegraphs that he own regiment
and the 139th, though engaged in the late bril
liant achievement under Sedgwiek, escaped
without a single casualty. This will be good
news for those haring friends in these regi
Sit.n of Stock at the commercial sales
rooms No. 54 Fifth street by Doris and Moll
Bank of Pittabargh
Allegheny Savings Bank
IlsrEa'aZExcelsior liefrigerator, reeeirt
first premium at the last Ohio State Fair.
Call and see It at No. 18 St. Clair street.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES
THOMAS PARRY, Plain and Ornamental
Slate Roofer, and dealer in Pennsylvania and
Vermont slate of the hest quality at low rate,.
Office at Alex. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
850010 ADDIVAL or PALL AID WINTER Goons,
Just received at Idam'l Graham ch Co.'s, Mer
chant Tailors, No. 64 Market street. It con
sists of all the vary latest styles of sloth.,
cassimeres and 'castings; overcoatings of all
kinds of the very finest timidity, 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 lit, would do well to give
us an early call.
&non. °swum ac Co.,
Merchant Tailors, No. &4 Market it.
Baum. Gasman, Oro. MoCs.srimsas
POI Paw, AND WINTKE WM/A.—The Sum
mer is past, and by the morning's frost, we
begin to apprehend, that fall and winter will
shortly be upon no, and we must provide our
selves with the material to keep us comfort
able. A nice fall suit, or a good and well
made overcoat are the very thing, and we do
net know of any plans when our readers
would suit themselves better than at Messrs.
W. H. McGee & Co's clothing establishment,
earner of Federal street and Diamond Square,
Allegheny. They have also received a com
plete assortment of gentlemen's furnishing
goods, and a great variety of new patterns for
.11731' RIX71711) urn RUDY roe SALZ.—TIIO
fine assortment of Fall and Winter Clothing,
lately received by Messrs. John Wier k Co.,
Merchant Tailorsaffo. 146 Federal street, Al
legheny. The stock of clothing consists of
the finest variety of gents' pantaloons, vests,
coats and °vomits. The style of patterns is
tasteful and fashionable. We would invite
all of our readers to give the above gentlemen
To lixow IS TO Arreova.—Rev. George
Herding!, Oreenport L. 1., writes "You are
at liberty to use my name, if you think prop
er, as .a recommendation both of Mn.n S. A.
Allen's Zylobalsamtim and World's Hair Re
storer for restoring the hair. Their virtue
should not be 'hidden wider a bushel.' "
Sold by druggists everywhere.
Depot 193 Greenwich street New York.
Busx.t. Pox has already sacrificed some of
our best and bravest troops. Soldiers listen
to the voice of reason, supply yourselves with
klolloways Pills and Ointment. Tho Pills
purify the blood and stregthen tho stomach,
while the Ointment removes all pain, and
provonts pitmarks. Only 25 cents per hex or
Wawa 8, Jawuni , ka.—J. M. Roborts,
No. 17 Fhth street, is now opening the most
choice stook: of fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, Sii►er ware and Fancy Goods over
displayed in tizis city, and is selling them at
remarkably low prices.
°enema and carriage call' "Wile taken at
the Omnibus (Moe, No. 410 Penn 'treat, day
or night. All orders left at the above place
will be promptly attended to. All cells mast
be . din advance. •
EDGEWORTH SEIGNA2T.—TWO R laces have
become vacant, and may be obtained by ap
plying immediately. Address the Principal,
at Bewieltlyville Pa. See also now circulars,
at Davis' Book store, Pittsburgh, and Coch
:bun DOMANI ' four dollars.
Poor dollar,, four dollars.
Dental Institute, Dental Institute.
Beat oboap Dentistry, bad cheap Dentistry,
No talobitio work,sso iallablue work.
BIAS BARGAINS in Ladies' Fan. Sots can
bo had at the following pricers : SS, ST, $B, SO,
$lO, $l2 and apwardo, at J. Finch's, coiner of
Grant and Fifth streets.
emmuto out Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs and
Door Mats, at first cost, at J. Finch's, corner
Grant and Fifth streets.
GSIBIT BARCIA.IIIB in Dress Goods and Shawls
at J. Finch's, corner Grant and Fifth Ms.
V. Sun, Dentist, 248 Penn street, will at
tend to oil business of his profession.
ARM/MON.-1n 'Franklin roan:Leidy, MiesSen7
manly, Pa., Noe. Sib, 186.7„ Mrs. MANNAR AN
DERSON, aged 77 years.
El? fOllOlllll will take plats on TEIVIESDAY NOISING,
12th Inst., at 'lO o'clock, front tho nntlanco of Pars.
Balla Anderson, relict of William Anderson, deed.
on Smith street, near Penn, Ninth IYanl. The
friends of the family 'aro respectfully invited to at
EYES AND EAR
Nyi particular attention to the treatme ntopemtas of
CRONIO DISLANZS, the EYE and ZAN
on lE CATARACT, SQUINT ETTA, for ART IFICIAL
PUPIL, iruerta ARTIFICIAL VIES, and treaty all
INFLAILIL&TOEI LT= ; also NASD ItEARI NO,
and all &mama electing the Zan and leading to
OfSce. 100 MTN STBXET.
ONLY $2,500 for a valuable lot of
ground and three dwelling borne*, Non if and
19 Fourth West; lot thirty bee front by OU deep.
11010 8. (=EMIR? t BUNS, 51 Market at.
FLAXSEED 0114—We will sell, say
lOU bbta. Parrott! Bons' Vlweed Ott, if ap
plied fir between Ws and the 25th Inst.
1010 IBAIAH Dlol2ltir h (O.
GRA- 1458 ! ORARESI-45 boxes choice
ails b Ors" put up expressly for family
on, for y
no? CULP &SHEPARD, SC Liberty 'treat.
HITE HEANB-20 bzuWde pprime
lauds by WM. P. BEOK CO.
''.4lz3'z'amz"'"zz'i."-''2I44.IZWZ Z 2 RW2ggiNEFLATEIHMERPt:IhE t 7:r
ODit SPECIAL DIf3PATOKES,
Ipreiel • Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Garotte.
Wiarrnroros Crrr, Nor. 10, 1863
THE SPAT CLERKSHIP Or THE 1/Orall
Earnest efforts have been making for some
days by th• leading politicians to hare Hon.
Samuel L. Casey, late Congressman from the
Paducah (Kentucky) District, consent to be
come a candidate for Clerk of the House, but
Casey has, to-day, positively declined. Ho
has largo business interests in this South,
which require his personal attention this win
ter, and it will, therefore, be impossible for
him to come to Washington. Much regret at
the decision is expressed, as it Involves new
combinations for all offices below the Speaker.
Issues of the new fractional ourroncy are to
continue. The designs are not to be changed,
but another quality of paper will be used.
The Government does not refuse applica
Goias for the discharge of prisoners of war
but no decisions are given at prevent.
Gains' court martial has Leen postponed on
til Monday. Preparations for the trial o
Col. Mcßeynolds have boon delayed In cone
quonco of the absence of important witnesses
THI OCCUPATION OP PRNDNRICKSPITHO
It turns out that tho occupation of Freder
icksburg by onr cavalry was only made during
a reconnoissance in that direction. Our cav
alry also oecnpy Culpepper, and the bulk of
the army is lying a few miles this side of
Brandy Station, engaged in the customary
occupation of awaiting for supplies.
REBEL RE/DINO HOOKS
Tho Itiehusond papers contain several ad
vertisements of reading rooms, whore the New
York and Philadelphia papers are regularly
reficired and filed.
COLORED REGIMENT TO RE SLIT OFF
The Fecund negro regiment of this district
is full, and will be sent in a few days to South
In Maryland negro recruiting is going on
with greatfrapiclity, and the State will soon
have tow ablo-bodied slaves who aro not serv•
leg their country in tho field.
Adriccs from Tennessee say that Major
Stearns is making successful and sand pro
gress in enlisting colored troops thtt.tx , ; lle
has established recruiting stations at uh
ville, Murfreesboro, Gallatin, Wartiaze r
Clarkville, Shelbyville, Columbia, and Ste
venson, Alabama. The loyal slateholders
receive certificates entitling them to compen
sation not to exceed three hundred dollars
for each slave thus taken into military service,
or filing with tee authorities a valid deed of
manumission. Disloyal elavoholders receive
Lieut. Col. Dover, late of Gen. Foster's
staff, and formerly of Cincinnati, has been
ordered to New York, to scree as disbursing
officer of the Commissary Department.
Captured in the recent fight at Kelly's Ford,
about 2,000 in number, are to be sent toJohn
son's Island, Lake Erie. Muskets captured
at the same time, bore the mark. "Loudon,
LEE. GONE. TO CHATTANOOGA
The government has received statements
through spies, on whom sumo reliance is
placed, to the effect that Lee has gone to
Chattanooga to assume command, though his
absence from the army of Northern Virginia
is carefully concealed, and orders are still is
sued in his natno.
DISCUSSION ABOUT EVACUATING HICINOND
information from tho same source says that
the question of evacuating Richmond had been
for some time under discussion among the
military men and leaders. There is no de
cision yet reached; but some of the best in
formed thought it would be decided affirma
CACITHE OP A LOCOMOTITIC VW TRAIN
Bat few Confidante troops are now within
the borders of Kansu. Martesduke's env-Airy
and some twenty-bra hundred men are in the
mountains west of Fort Smith, and abort of
Politics throughout the western part of Ben-
aas are highly enoeuraging for the nion
The Advance of the Potomacl
Twu regiments of Col. Erizatiowskra bri
gade, of the ElaverithiCorps, captured a loco
motive and train at Goodwin's coal mine,
south of the Tennessee river. They are build
ing a bridge ono hundred and twenty-three
feet long to get them away.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 0 .- 1 -There was a little
fighting on the southern bank of the Rappa
hannock, but it was of little importance. It
is not improbable that a great battle will bo
fought within a day or two, and has perhaps
been fought to-day. All depends on Gen.
Lee. If ho will stand for a battle one is
pretty certain to occur. (len. Meade started
out this time bent on a decisive conflict with
the enemy. lie was urged to it by the Presi
dent, Secretary Stanton and Gen. Matlack, and
was not at all averse, especially under such
circumstances. The army is la excellent trim.
In numbers_ it must be superior to the enemy
10,000, and perhaps 30,000. There is no rea
son to fear of defeat, and there are many
reasons for believing that Lee will be com
pelled to fall back still further into the heart
From information which reached Washing
ton to-night, by a messenger leaving the army
of th- Potomac at 10 o'clock this morning, it
appears that Gen. Buford yesterday reached
a point two miles north of Culpepper, driving
the rebel cavalry and infantry before him.
Gen. Lee's headquarters on Saturday eight
were at Brandy Station on the Rappahannock.
This refutes the belief current in come quar
ters that ho had gone south to advise with
Our army lay in line of battle all day yes
terday, but Lee dbelined to accept the tune of
Gen. Kilpatrick 'coupled Pony . Mountain
yesterday afternoon. Last night he discov
ered a largo area of camp fires south of the
Rapidan, between Raccoon Ford and Rapidan
Station on tho Railroad. No fires of magni
tude worn discovered in and around Culpep
per. This leads to the inference that Lee has
declined to risk a general engagement in the
op..m field and withdrawn his forces except a
rear guard to his former etreng position.
. All the k;idence tends to prove that Gen.
Meade has again out-goneraled Leo by lead
ing him to bellevd it was his intention to
move down the neck - opposite Frederiekbrirg,
than inducing the latter to weaken hie front
hero to strengthen that point.
A gentleman who arrived here to-night
says, our lino of battle crossed t..4e Orange
and Alexandria Railroad to a point where it
is supposed Leo has a fell force.
Rebels Reported Evacuating their Po.
sition before Chattanooga..—paying
OH' the Army.
CIIATTANOCIA, Nov. 10.—Scorgia refugees
just in, report considerable movement of
Bragg's troops and stores southward, and the
rebels are said to be evacuating their position
before Chattanooga. They are retiring to
Boma or Atlanta. Longstreet is said to be
organising a large force for a raid on our line
Bridgeport, Nov. le,—Pay masters ' with
87,000.000, are engaged in paying the troops
up to the first of Nov. Quito a long time.
Not a shot from Lookout to-day.
Fire In Nevada City.
SAN Fassolsop, Nov. 10.—A fi re occurred
at Nevada City yesterday, and destroyed
nearly all the buildings on Broad street, and
the fine brick buildings on Main street. The
Methodist Episcopal, Congregational and
Catholic Churches, Express and Telegraph
Offices, Court House, Gas Werke, U. B. Motel,
and many stores in the neighborhood, were
destroyed. The county records were saved.
The loss is estimated at two hundred thoo,and
n7 2 t l / 1 .
FORTRUS Maxim, Nov. 10.—Maj. General
Bader and staff arrived this evening tram
New Yonn, Nov. 10.—The machine shops
are generally acceding to the demand of the
strikers for higher wages under the great
pressor° of work for the government.
The Adriatio arrived at ter o'clock, with
London, Oct. 27.—The mfision of Marshal
Neil, to St. Petersburg, is presumed to be a
last attempt on the part of Napoleon to per
suade the Csar Alexander to grant the Poles
the concessions which the diplomacy of Europe
has hitherto failed to obtain. It is, however,
surmised that the Emperor of the French
would not be dioploasep ar greatly disappointed
if the Poles maintained themselves in insur
Canto, Nov. 10.—Little Rock advice■ to tho
6th say that Priee's and Helms"' commands
were atilt at Mamba!, Texas. -
In Tennessee, Forrest has been detailed on
special duty, cutting the communication by
river and railroad with our army at Chatta
nooga. All the cavalry in Mississippi is to be
mounted, and the northern portion of the
State to be placed under the command of For
Cotton from Memphls--Unlon Meeting
In Little Rock, Ark.
emu., Nov. 9.—Tho Steamer Warren arriv
ml from Memphis with four hundred ana ISOV
enty bates of cotton for Cincinnati.
A Union meeting was hold at Littlo Rock
on the Slot Resolutions were passed ex
pressive of a cordial support and loyalty to
the United States, and pledging their utmost
endeavors to aid in suppressing the rebellion
anti restoring the supremacy of government.
A number at spirited and loyal addressor were
delivered, and a committee appointed to draft
a constitution and by-laws fur the Central
The Missouri Leglslature.....Commls_
stone for Bushwhaekets....ketreat
of pekes , and Holmes , Forces to
Sr. Lents, Nor. 10.—The Legislature mot
at Jefferson City to-day, and adjourned till to
morrow for want of a quorum.
NOM from below Bays that Jeff. Davis hes
lent commbedons to the nortorious busk
whackers of Arkansas to ntiso men to carry
on a guerrila wander°.
Price and Holmes' forces are reported bar
ing retreated to Texas.
Nsw You, Nov. 10.—Ootton scarcely es firm at
85680. floor heavy and 64010 c lower for Extrn
State ; $7,1037,25 for Extra N. 11. 0., 117;35(p,25 for
Trade Druids, the market closingdailvdth no buyer.
at outside quotatiom. Whisky quiet and firm at
02012%. What/ opened henry and closed dull, and
folly 2e lower; $1,34401,30 for Chicago Spring and
Milwaukee Cilb, $1,37*01,38 for Amber Milwaukee,
$1,4201,61 for Winter Bed, 81,4001,42 X for Old do.;
$1,52(.)1,63 for Amber Michigan. Corn if= revive
and a trine lowar ; 51,0N31,103.4 for /Shipping Mixed
Western, afloat, 81,10 for White Western. Oats
about le lower at ENt42l Mr Wolters' and State.
Pork opened ilet and - dosed a dude miler at Ilicg
1;425 for Old ; 517,715 for New do.: $11,5k3112
for New Prime; 104,60007 for New Prima Meet;
1,000 dile New Men for December, buyers' option,.
$lB. Bad quiet and eteady, and comdderable doing
ea private terms; City IN, CitiMbeilaad Cut, on the.
lue, for December&lively. and 1234 for churl
r ibbed, for December. Dressed flogs arm at 6.,Ard
735. City Lard quiet and unchanged; I,cuo
p inimj. ,,g 2A !kr. 1 1 3—Flour Ann ; cake 15,000
alit at 1707,37 k for Extra Family. Wheat nd
vateing and firmer; talcs 0,000 bosh Bed at $1,536
1,55; 2,003 bash Kentucky Whiteat $2. Com kat,.
amt ednoeed 10; eaten 3,000 bash Yellow and White
at, $1,07. Coffee quiet. By Arm at 111,WA$13N.
Whisky advanced t 0114623.
BM:nun; Nov.lo.—floor arm and mute ; ov
emment contracts were awarded. for 20,000 bbts at
iN17,3507,70. Wheat doll and Bel dedllnerl 2C3c.
White quiet at V.,03.12,04. Whisky Ann soles 200
Ws at Cc. Corn Ann. , •
New York Stock and Money Market.
Now You, NOT. 10.—lioney decidedly Omer with
a brisk demand at 7--some portico hero paid, 7,14
Eltep ap ditil and lour ; Put clan WU aro quoted
1,50 . Gold dull and lower. opening at 4d, ad
.., " 44. X, declining to 44%, and closing quiet
at 46 , 4
Government stocks lower ; U. C. G's 1891 COUPOII3
1036.10934; 74(Y1 10%1107.
stock." rower with a tale badness t-
C. A ft. HaseUng
P. D. C CO U. S.Wilit
P., 11. W. 0....—... 81% U. B. don reg'd......10814
A. T. U.-.-- 68 17. S. 6 . 01 g'd 047
T..........,---n 5 7 - 30.4 ...... R
G. kfj U. 11.01 I yr. cer :31
O. A T —An New M. Ii 81,
C.! W. izt
rji.C 791 Clan.estip....-41731
Unison Me:. •
Items 'from Southern Papers.
Raw Youz, Wow. 10,—The . following is from
the Charleston Menem of lihv. 2d :
We have important news 4con the front of
Chattanooga. A shrewd game is new being
played by the enemy for the possession of
Lookout Mountain. The announcement of
the passage of the river at Bridgeport by a
column of federal troops, reveals the long an
ticipated plot to force Bragg from the moun
tain by flank movements. This tanking force
of the enemy, when last heard from, was
somewhere in the vicinity of Land Mountain,
taking pretty much the same route that Base
man, took when Bragg found him approach
ing and evacuated Chattanooga, and fell bank
to Dalton and Kingston.
The Atlanta Intelligente , says that move
meats are being made that must decide which
of the combatants will hold Tennessee, and
many days will net elapse before another
terrible battle will take place.
For some days Buckner, with a largo body
of men, has beep steadily moving towards
Keerville ' his torso being sufficieetly strong
to removeall apprehensions of danger from
the enemy is East Tennetsee. Should be
seamed in driving the enemy from East Tenn
essee they will. bo open to ear victorious
The Augusta Constitutions/id, of Saturday,
says: We have intellipnee, which wo
deem entirely trustworthy, that our forces
occupy London, and the advance, under Ste
venson, has reached Concord, fifteen miles this
side of Knoxville.
Col. Wallace, of the gut Tennessee and
Georgia railroad, has seat to Gnion Point for
more of the rollingstock of this road.
The Marietta anifalarate, of Oct. 30, says
an officer of the army, Just from Rome, brings
intelligence of the receipt of a telegram by
the commandant of the post at Rome from
Selma. We believe that • heavy form of
Yankee mouated infantry had reached the
vicinity of Tuscaloosa en mule for Selma.
They are raid to have come from Tupelo by
the same route that Bragg's army came last
The Atlanta Appeal zap t The Ifintiseippian,
of Ootober 29th, gives some particulars of a
Union raid intro Alabama, which the editor has
gathered from Lieut. Col. Hulett, of Jasper,
Walker musty. lie says the Alabama Union
Cavalry, composed of tories and deserters
from Northern Alabama, and commanded by
Col. Pairtold, and a battalion, styling them
selves the Alabama, Mississippi and Tennes
see Sharpshooters, made a raid into the Cane
Creek country, -last Tuesday week, and were
engaged by the command of Col. Porreet, with
what result Is not known. On Tuesday night
Ferguson's brigade was ordered to the seen*
of action, and fought the raiders-till Wednes
day evening, with bit few casualties on either
side. On Wednesday and Thursday the same
force of !otitis and deserters made their ap
pearatioe on the mountains of Marion, Win-
Stow and Walker counties, coming within ton
miles of Jasper. They burned Allen's cotton
faetery and destroyed much property of the
loyal citizens, and even tore np the dresses of
the ladies, end broke the fatuity/vs and crockery
at every house they visited. They camped
within ten miles of Jasper on Friday night
and left on Saturday morning, and appeared
at Settees, near Davis' Stand, on Monday.
From Japan—Pilots to be pat to Death
—Minister Dismissed—. Foreigners
Ordered to Leave Nagasaki—The
Purchase of Foreign* Vessels Pro
SAN F*130144'0. Nov. 10.—DMes reoeirod
from Naked&ii, Japan, to the Bth, say the
Areh Prima) of Nagath had issued orders that
Joeoph Nem, a Japanese, formerly of San
Frameiseo, and the Japanese pilots who con
dnoted the Wyoming to Shemoneki, should
both be killed. Oae of these pilots was mar
dared soon afterwards.
The Chief Minister and throe ether mom
bore of the Sabine have Wean dismissed be
oaes• they were In favor of peace with Chris
The authorities have ordered all foreigners
to leave Nagasaki. Tho foreigners refuse to
leave, and the Japanese Governor has re
The Mikado has issued an order that no
Damio shall purchase any foreign vessel.
The Machinists , Strike—. The Mtgelon of
Affairs In the Southwest.
Markets by Telegripb.
• New York : Cid(le Market. .
Nile Yon*, Nov. 10.—The current prkes far thoe
week at all the markeu are ea foliates Beef Cattle,
per rat., $1110,11; ordinary to good, 59 50310 ; com
mon. 5700; interior, 56 5047. Cow. and Came,
fine quahty, tot 6004 ; ordinary. 546 . 5.5 1 :4 common,
$3,5 0 (44 ; inferior,. 5k1.3,50. Veal Calvin, Ara qual
ity, ST ,rAI6B ; ord inary, 66,37; common, Vhaktf ,
inferior, t 54.5 25. Slep. extras, 5 5 ,2 , 0 5 . ;
prime, $515,29; ordinary, 54,54X45; common, it@
4,50; in tenor tkk:l4. Moioe, mom fed. 43 , 4;:lmi, tiS
red, Tho market for Beer Cattle reseal=
substantially the ammo am hut week. The demand is
good. The offereve brought tell price+, and Govern-
ment of,,,nte took nearly gee lead of the beet cattle.
The receipta at ell the port. were Banyan, 6.595 ;
Cows. 15M; Veal Calves, eel: Sheep had Lambe,
15,1A5; Swine not reported.
The river le still renting slowly at thin point, with
threw and • half feet in the channel, actnirding to
the pier mark, last evening. The weather continues
cloudy and told, with Indications of snow
The most remarkable teature we have to tr
the wharf, la th.• arrival of the steamer Capt. doh.
Brlckell direct from Cincinnati. This Is the firs.
direct arrival front Cincinnati for abOnt four months
The manifest of the Brickedl n - ill be found In imot.b.
The little steamer Oil City was malting prepara
tion. to leave for Wheeling last evening, with about
all the freight she roubl take.
We regret to learn that Capt. Jarum Woodburn,
one of our ablest and most stastubontmen,
has been quite unwell for 1,01110 snooks paid.
We presume that Capt. J. H. Merritt., who It will
be remembered plir:haseil the' steamer Capt. John
Brlekell the other day, well nue' take charge of her.
The liriakell le pest a tiew boat, having made but one
trip, Atinl abe Is well adapted for the PlitenuTh and
Cinehmatl trade, being able to carry eatiatderable
freight ou a low stage of water.
4 UCTIO.," SALES.
HORSE, BUGGY, ILkEN ENS AND
JENNY LINDS.—On WEDNESDAY MORN
ING, Nov. 11th, at II o'clock, mill he eold, at the
Commercial Sales Stoma, 51 rifth street, one Horn,
Trotting Boggy and liar... Al. two Jenny Lind
Buggies. DAVIS A 31c1 L WAIN K, Ansi' nay
PIANO AND KELOI/EON.—WED
-NESDAY MORNING, Nov. 11th, at 10 o'clock,
will he mild, et the Commercial Sales Rooms, No, Ul
Fifth street, one very superior rd 50.0,41 ca. Melo
deon; largo size, Maeon A 13+4111111/ . 11 moko, B.ton.
Also, one rommood Piano Stool, and one walnut one
Piano, IN octave.
nolo DAVIS A 3IcTLIVAIYE, Anct'n,
BOOKS AT AuurlON.—Positively
I.t and closing sales of Mg. Pratt's great con
olgooonot or Rook., Pspeto, Albums, Ac —OnMON
DAY, TUESDAY, 11 EDNESDAY,
and FRIDAY EVENINGS, Nov. 9,10, 11, 12 end 13,
at 7 o'clock. Many rare and valuable Books yet r.
main, which must be cloned out. Now is the time to
N. 11.--Books at private sals . during the dax, at
crags auction prices.
T. A. IfeCI,ELLAND, Auct'r.
J. K. PRATT & BRO., BAltemon. no!
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY.
T. wAryrlcit DAY.
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT
Lleeured by the G. 8. Government
103 FIFTH STREET, 3d door bolo. tho Cathedral.
Penns] . lrania Soldiers avid of the monntalas, Emm
ert" Ohio !there, and Wised Virgicda Soldiers, usti
hoe. their Pensions, Bounty 112,1 Back Pay weavd
at this odic..
Cirrulars swirl be soot giving full laomaation to
the Soldiers, or to doorused Soldiers' Heirs, showing
who ars entitled to the Bowdon, Bounty and Back
Pay, and the manner of eecurtng the same, by apply
ing to me by letter or in penron,
Orr No charge until collected. Jy9:lyus-is
TENSIONS, BOUNTY,, BAL PAY.
A. C. MACKRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CLAIN AGENT,
NO. 114 TIFTII STItIIrT, Prrrsavaaa.
CALMet 1101/3 I'l Allegheny and adjoining counties.
Prwinentea SOLDIERS CLAIMS ; esery descrip
tion ; 110 UNTIES for nil discharged Soldier., PEN
SIONS, for mini:Weilmrrn and Soldiers ; BOUN
TIES and PENSIONS tor Widosa, P.OO Ili, Orphan
Children, Erni here and Platers, or oilier irgid repro-
seutallves of those whn here died In the arnica, or
Nara died altar dbicharg• frown damn s° contracted in
81:1 - Nn rharkn milli ion...led, and no hit tor will b
answissed now.. • stunt , I. inrlnand.
411.1 T A Is CLA 130ITh Tf
OE7ISW:if:I. BACK PA? and 141 LITAXY
CLAIMS of over by the tub.
scrawl., at ttin. followiog fates, Ponsion• SIO 00;
all other claim" , 5.9 fat
V. V. T.llfT.Oft, Attorney al Law,
No. 73 Grant .tree[, Pittsburgh, Pa.
X. B. No charnels ars made if the chum dons not
01000011. and all infortrost ion givou goalie. 0o4:17
HUNT'S PrI"I'SBUItUII ALMANAC,
22 I . z.isceol. Illuat rated
PRICE ONLY PIPE CENTS.
Beady to-day. Containing—
Useful sod Isterestlng READING MATTER 1.
Ills FAMILY CIRCLE.
Nearly hundred VsluaLle and Profits] k Receipts
for making. many of th• most Pordar PATENT
MEDICINES, PEEPERS EBY, RAI it DVIS, Es.. do.
ILEIVED OF EVENTS.
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS or Our GREAT
TEE.UNITED STATES PENSION LAW.
TllE ENITED STATES BOUNTY LAW.
TERM DAYS or TEE VARIOUS COURTS OF
WESTERN FEWEST L VAN i rm., arc.
Calculations by Nowise A.M., Principal
of Pittsburgh RIO School. awl Author of • Dean's
A New Nestor,. of this NumLor Is the TWELVE
SIGNS Or TRH ZODLAC.
PRICE ONLY PI VEI CENTS
Mailed pod-paid UT roceipt of Price.
Wit A Liberal Plsroont to Droller..
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
Muotilo Mill, Fifth lame...
Ti r a -7 ,41;EW BOOK—AIy
Farm at Edgewoal. A c000:r) tool .... St 50
descries I,f• Bachelor. Nesiond beautiful ed.... I 25
Dream Life. A new sod beautlfal edition 12:
Philip Van Arievelda By Henry Ito
Peter Coradlne. 'By Caroline Cheeeebro 1 50
Broken Columns. A now n0ve1._...._...._. .,... . I fiJ
Our Old Heine. By Hawthorne 1 25
Toussant L'Overture of Hayti. A Biography._ 1 25
The Black Mau. hie Antecedent, and hi. Geniis, I to
The Amber Gals. By 'Harriett Preacott 1 50
Zehoke'e Meditathme on Life 1 25
boredom and War. By Henry Ward Beecher._ 150
The Bing of Amok ry B. Bolster Lytton... 1 10
The Old Merchants of hew York. 2d series.... 1 Mr
The Dead Shot. A took for Sportsmen 1 25
The fireat Stone Book of Nature. By Aneted... I 25
Per sale by KAY A CO., Weal street.
WOUND TO BEAT) WANT NO HORN)
But come to the
FINLEY VILLE STORE,
Whore you can buy more for your money than any
that plae. From Ma time we am &hominid to
give malsfactton to all who ma favor tin with a call
'MEW IigOKS ! NEW BOOKS I
.1..1 Dating and Buffortng. A history of thn Groat
Railroad Adventure, to Citn3roA, by Lieut. William
Beond tho Woes ; or, A li.kee Prisoner Lc
Ike llturvel's Farm of FAlgouval;
The Lent Time, by Poise.
Wendell Phillips' Speeches. and Lectures.
Our Sunday School, and Dos ere Manage It. A
new supply Just reoeteed.
no! J. L. READ. 78 Fourth ertrost.
LIEN' WARRANTED IN 10
I—oALarB COUGH CURE, for the Itnisie
dish, relief of. Conibs, Hoareencas, and all Undo a
Throat' Affections. This article, stands utuivalled,
all cloaca of pecile—inlulstere, public rpeakere,Eng
ars, soldiere, .d.e by th eir voluntary commendations
place ths 'Cure ' s ahem It Justly belonga, Tie ahead
of all other tough remsdiee. Sold by
not Corner Fourth and Solthdald
OLElBl`Bit BAER, Wholesale
Tobacco Dealer.,l63 WOOD Snt,P,ZT, 4vo ;
new In .fora the larg e st rind inoat.compkte assort , .
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES
In the tip, MIMI they are selling at the very low=
set cub figures. All orders promptly attended to.
L ARD 100 tee. pritue kettle renderpd
ao. I LEAP LARD,
In store sad forage by
No. 341Elbrrty street
100 "l'aB" SUCiAIt;
40 " B" do
,Pow'd, Gran. arid Crushed Linger;
Jut received end far 'minty
It it S BEDS.,
- Doo end In Woodsmen.
u 26 bun LEMONS
Mint received and _for mid ,
non Non 42C and 129 Wood 'trod.
UDPITTSBIJItGII - THEAUM
Lams and Masta,„^cr.----- Ws.
0 11Inv .
. ssura .,
Last night but there of the guout artiste, Mies
caim.orrs Tnomesos, aho rrflt appear, for
the bat tine, In tier admired retention of Julia.
Tllll3 (Wednesday) BYRNISO,
Will be proorated,'Shelidan Knowles' beautiful play
in five eels, of
Julia Mrs CharLrtt.• notopson.
nelen don's Meth,
Muter Walter G. S. X alms.
Bettreen the fourth end flftit acts the Orchestra
trill perform the Pet Polka dedicated to Mies Char
To OnClUtie with
AN ALAILVING sevntrws.
Bob Tiekot J. o.,Enflon
11 ,,, , POtilTIVELY FUR TWO
Tbs vorld-rosowood lIIIMORP3T, will give two of
his Joilal entertainments at
On 'WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
EVENINGS, Nov. 11th and 12th.
Tho Programme Consists of a Melange of Bfirtb
0004 +7. MiMicry, Lauctuarlo Dollnontlocts of Chu-
actor, Beautiful Poetic Gatos, Comic Speeches, Old
Men, Young Men, Dutch, Irish, Yankru, Fn•nch and
Admission, 28 CENTS. Dems open •t 634 , coin
once at 7% o'cluck
noll}-3t H. IL fiTKPIIZNSON, Agent.
ABE SUPERIOR COPPER
MILL SMELTING WORKS, Plrrsarlas.
PARK, M'CURDY do CO.,
Manufeetoron of SHEATHING, BRAZIERS' AND
BOLT ooprzit, PRESSED COPPER BOTTOMS,
RAISED STILL BOTTOMS, SPALTER SOLDER.
Imporfore and dealer. In METALS, TIN
PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, Se. Constantly am
hanp, TTLiNTSS' MACHINES /ND TOOLS.
Warehouse, No. 140 FIRST and 120 SECOND SM.
Syeetal ordara of Copper out to any &mind pattant.
HE CONFESSIONS AND EX
PIIMIELNOIS or AN IN 'LID, published
for the taunt end as a warning and minion to young
men who suffer from ignrroun Debility, Beeman:lu
Decay of Manhood, Mu., supplying, at the same thus,
As mum of wolf ow.. By ens who has cured
attar being put to grant expense and Injury through
medical _humbug and quackery.
By enclosing ► post-paid addrused nnulopia single
union may be had of the author,
NATBANILL MAYFAIR , Eeq..
my2l:lydavrir • Bedford, Eine county, N. Y.
MN. C. r. .1111.11SuB.
RYA W. MIRY 401111150 X. •
1y.110833111011, REA & CO., OL}
censors to Rostutsoa, Alms & Mnisits,) WASUTNG
TON WORKS,Fousossa*ltscuusturs, Pittsburgh.
Manufacturers of BOAT AND STATIONERY
STEAM ENGINES, BLAST ENGINES, MILL
MACHINERY, GEARING, BRACING, CAST
INGS, atilt dospiptloas ; OIL TANKS 8 STILLS,
BOILER A NDSIIEHT IRON WORK.
Agents for GIFFARD'S PATENS INJECTOIk,
FOR FEEDING BOILERS.
HOLNEES it SONS., DEALER!,
au FOREIGN AND DDMESTIC BILLS Or
EXCHANGE, CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
DANK NOTES AND SPECIE, Si.. 57 MARKET
STREET, Pittsburgh, PA .
Mir Collections made en all the principal title
throughout the United States. ep2ll
.Ifl US it, ert.
epeaking of Carl Arisbuta's Cou•
curt ie New York, the editor of the
Musical Surfers cad World makes the following re
mark.: •' The instrument. cued oe thla oremlon
were of a oomparatively new firm, of the name of
Deck, Brothers, and gave very gnitifylog evidence
of exaellent work menial fp and powe clot mud brilliant
tune. Decker'. Piano. are undoubtedly the bred
manufactured novein this country." •
Polo agents fur Pittsburgh,
J. M. HOFFMANN &IMO.,
eel No. 51 FTETFI STREET.
11 1 13 RD FALL STOCK OF
Among others spleudkl STET/TWAY
PIANOS, tho beet Pianos in the world.
CALENIIERITS N. Y. P/ANOS, the boa Pan=
at lAsprim In the country.
HALE At CO.'S N. Y. PAINOS, the chewed Plante
to lie bed anywhere.
N. HUBER t BRO., No. AS Elf* sheet, •
eel • dole Arrerete for the abuse Punta.
'fik/URTH - FALL STOCK
A: now opening of SNARE'S GOL
MEDAL PREMIUM PIANOS, which,
axe now beyond • doubt I:moldered t.• best is th•
weld, and fully warranted for eight years.
RAINES BROS. N. Y. PIANOS the beet at the
prim. Alec , OROVESTINE'S N. Y. PIANOS, the
cheapeet rosewood 7 setae* Pianos made.
,a. 730 CHARLOTTE BLUME. 43 Fifth greet.
pLANOS I—Jutarrived '
splendid stock of 111
mow PIANOS, from Nam Turk, fit
N. SIEDLS it DBOB,
183 thalthfleld street
heretofore existing under the Dania and firm
of J. IL LINDSAY & CD. is this day diamilved by
Mutual convent. AB business commuted with the
late firm will he settled by J. B. LINDSAY, at 00
Wood wort, up gain. J. 11. LINDSAY,
J. B. LINDSAY.
I have also disposed of my intatest In the firm of
J. B. & S. MAX.InLL & Co. to J. B. LINDSAY.
Res. 2, 1861. J. H. LINDSAY.
Having purchases' the Interred of J. 11. LINDSAY,
In the Arm of J. LINDSAY Co.. Hardware and
Cutlery Madness; also In lb. firm of J. B. I 8.
MA XWELL I Co., Belkrerti Manufacturers, the busl
oad. VIII continue as usual, Hardware and Cutlery,
by J. B. I,INDBA Y ; Bellows, 1.., J. B. I 8. MAX
WELL A CO.
Nor. 2, 1683.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The parteership kerne:4bn imbuing between
the nibeeribers, raider the Arm of PHILLIPS,
Timm , A CO., boo Ole day boon dissolved, CHAS.
LOCKHART aid WILLIAM THEW hating m
anned the entire Interests of the other partner.
The hendoessof thalata firm will be settled hp LOCK
HART I FREW.
ABRIII V. KIPP.
Pittsburgh, August 10th, ISA
LOCKHART dr. FREW,
Prcidneare and Refiners of Petroleum,
WAt ALBION orr. virus, liftlingto county,
And BRILLIANT OIL WORKS, Neeny's Rm.
Ofllas, in di 174 WOOD fiTIDEITi
TATE A SEVILLE,
GAS AHD STEAM MITER&
No. N) iNDLITAT. BTEENT, Alkzeiany 0117. and
No. 427' Litosty strata. , ritndonrati. sels
BIANIJTACTI=I.9 OY, WIBII . WORi,
Hare Alamo on band and maks to ordir MON mrD
BRASS SCREEN WIRE...CLOTH CBlgvEs, -of an
kinds • , DIDDLES, for Foundry soot • nrAvir
won* POD WINNOWS, BIRD aecutseoa.
NAMENTAL WIRE WOkE, for Myer; de.
IDi All sti.»
No. HI TOMLIN STREET
CIENITAL DRUG STORE,
Corner Ohio ®d Marta Wats, 4174;f1ev,
afro. A. KELLY, ?PoPairtoz.
WADDLING SODA WAITE,
PATENT IMDICINTA Ac.
MISTANcIuor prisnipikais gotta), totfound.
GEORGE W PORCH,
General Cotranisdtin" Eerchsult,
'monk i. IL la= e l " . :
• r. o:Knight a co., so cr. r. Diihi a ilrot,
Persons et setlentary habits. trouhled tat, weed,
n,em theettude,Palpitation of tL. loan, i..ei of ap
petite, distrese after lotting, torpid the, ootoutpe
ku., deserve to suffer if they will net try fir.
Which erinow recommended by the Lights medical
authorities, and warranted.to produce an femeatt,,,,
beneficial abet. They me excemlingly agreeable,
peribeily pars, and most supeithAo all other vatic,
where a healthy, 'gentle ettmohilitts tegnired.
They purify, strengthen and turtgairate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They aremn antidote to chuwecif water nod diet.
They OTCSCOthe effect ofdthipatlon and ktto breve.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They garment miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acisllty of the stomach.
They care Dyspeptibiand Constfpetion.
They core diarrhea, Cholera atufeholora blotto,..
They core Llrer Complaint and Neftwm. Tlc,idacho.
They make the weak strong, the languid brilliant,
and ars exhansted nature's great rest;rer. They are
composed of the celebrated CelissyW bark, wiuter•
groan, sassafrea, root and herbs, all preserved in
perabctly pore St. Croix num. For particulars, see
thsulars and teetimoulals aroma catch bottle.
Beware of hnpoetera theszaiue orefy bottle. S..
that it has D. 8. Barnes' eignattire on our private L.
I. Stamp over the cork, with pla6tation scone, nod
our arm signature one fine steel plate engraving on
aide label. Bee that our bottle Is not refilled with
.parlous and deleterious stliff. We Jar; a . y wrens
to match the taste or chz...-soter or our goods, Any
person pretending to, eel Plantation Bitters by the
gallon or le bulk, Le an nninoter. We sell only In
nor log cabin bottle. Any person imitating 'this
or wiling any other tnaleriai there in, whei ,
wafted Plantation Bitters or not, t a erttalnsl ondrr
the C. 8. Leer, and will be se rroeurate.l
already have our eye on two parties re-tilling nor
bottles, Ac., who will suineed Ili getting the washes
Into close quarters. The demand for Drake'. Pbtc•
Mani Bitters from ladles, clergymen, merchants,
dn., Is perfectly incredible. The simple trial of a
bottle 4 the evidence ere present of their worth and
superiority. They are cold by ell .respectable 11, tin
iest% groom, physicians, hotels, 'etearol‘mte and
P. H. DBASE d CO.,
art7icni.emmeT 272. Broedway, N. T.
U.DRAKE'S GENIII . NE BIT
br sal* ',imamate. Kull retail, by
MMON JOll MST( .. F.
Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
Lr - 7PURE WINE VINEGAR,
B. d i 7. IiOLLILAN,-Gerrnany,
(Toreterti Mild .1 Co., Re.r.L...u.z
Ths only Vlnsor awarded with a Criss M«Isl, ot
silty ezhlblten t,t the interaetiousl raid Litton
Landon. For ask by
U . PRIVATE DISEASES,
Dr. Ludbm'a Specific
Is lbw only rwl table .....47. tbr &snow of the oriptom
of ionisation. It It the discovery of es adducer
PhVela, whoa, life wee devoted t'o the ttestmeot et
this claw at dlawases, and with unyrtnwdonted eco-
atm, Ibr more than twenty years. It Is portbMlun In
taelf, row:thing no Injection., and altraring oat Ire!).
from the mistaken practice and the 011MOVIIIII worth
MI compounds offorod to tho public. hdo out in!).
trbetable and partoetly itatS. uti like a alarm
W Imparts inniangth and vigor lo thi db.mwd
Oatrrtox.—Tbe great meets of Ulla remedy in of
&AWL pertstutent ewes has led to Ito betas imitated
'by eniptinoliplad mea. Obe,.no, tieMlbre, lbet the
sliptstum Otte proprietor to around eioit hm , tior.o
nth* la gonanc Prepared only by
WI F. DAVIDSON,
Sole rtopristor, Cinclnanti. 0
/Sold by all Drogaiste. St' per bee.
Mr for Las at wholeents by GEO. H. KEYSER
140 Wood Knot.
11 - • .PUL UNARY CONSUMPTION
• CURABLE DISEASE
• CARD-TO CO4SUMPTITDB.
Tha ußderstgned haring been restored to health to
• taw aktt by a toy •imibs remsdy, after barin g
imihred reVIITIII pyre with • losers tong 111EreCtion.
and that dread dlr.., Getuntteptiert—t, anzimut .
make known to hi. fellow Intrbrers tbe'meorr.er enrr..
To all who dealre It, ha will send A copy of 11,
prescription used, (free OffehArge,) ciih' tho d tow.
time for prepaimr and tali; the Mme, which I h,.y
Wilitind a fere ears tbr CONSUMPTION, AST/131 A ,
BRONCHITIS, WHOM, COLDS, lA . The only
oldest of the advartlier In rending the_ irwscrio lon
Is to benefit the afflicted, and arreadLnformatlon
which he cenceliai to be tavalrulblo; and be hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as di , will coat
them nothing, sad may prove a blaming:
Portloswiohlag the prmeriptionwilt view* er •
RAY. RDWARD A. 'WILSON,
Wffilaralorrgh, Rings county; New, tn.:-
t , ?;SPECIAL. NOTIQX
TO THE CITIZENS OF PITTSBURGH VIDAGHHTT
Tin na.rldgne4 wolild sajie itatll atlcjl,tilegittcrt
ko the preparaUon knoin no, - • • •
HITNNEWELLII lIN/YERSAL-COL'01( AtiNEDY
lon all Threat and LpitsComplaints'.
111:ll'ilagWELLIS 'TOLE! ANODY:(I7;
The gram Naniatule,• . llb•tunatlc, Ilendarbe, Tooth
=ha Loa of Sleep, and Casteratigiriatult,;medy.
Abo lbr tbs . Pilut to lituthlY / 4' b itru: , ibnls M r *
bet rette. '
- Th. most in-k F t from of Cadmic !Ter glu' to the
public, which nets requite more donate and sel
dom but or 'Air *dote, tot without the giiPbtZ,
-umlauts buttratinn, Dppepsia, Itillauttaia;•Lbrat
. ocpuudatati, Pitts, Worms, and all deraniiukno 0 1
The aseni prepiratio* of tracli ult*raclea.ropti-
Win Miens Englend, NM to tho :xiliftd,e44t, and
01 0 Itiedll. Met . ittleibeji or ih74o‘.,iind et
prtc Within Muelitif
,elliare,,werthydhe • Clanton
'or 14 7 1 0 6 . 11 ' 1 ; 6 1d/0mi von aitrict ohnromdte to
Endure In medlttne. Without trentiinitto 11W - tom -
mon method of columns of adeatleink, I Mrlll satt
camuldatee to test them, erbleh wlMbe ettettd: .
...-Practical Chemist,. /Radon, Nora
For salo - by all vholnsato mid eatan t dE6itid ."
greatest frecdom_of correspondent') solicited.
'"- Dcialcts of good refOreacessurpliod oa cOanniaiol).
For sale V Pliteturgli at retail L5J..11.-Falton,
G. n. irOyser.D.„ Josepb" Fleming; In A[k' - benr
City by Jaz:Bruin, N. D., W. 3 :lllaant ind Goo. A.
Hedy; . B. A. FAIINEZINS
ocliblimeods.T . Wbolesala.Agratic,.litilontb.--'
151 la Virtargliti I
ing biota tillerso beillblia",ajOorday,4** re
drjelnt tbi4 n 4 2rO, 44Via...4TIVOW'MtI
Ida liana 41ity tooinaraimbnito to hisafelibat Mow
i i*invillimoceas of .cute, UMW rodiipt
adltrirse4 mvelope, n.rur senCrt4..iya*
_,preocription med. to Dr JOB'S M
DAUNALL, 186 Polka stroet, N. "L.!, .
TE - N10:116r COCHRAN * * BRO.; pin- •
VAULTS AND VAULT DOONP,AFNTIJibIirjIiDVT
'IIIII.9; wrsno* - tErmws;&...; #1;on)
on ? I P / 0 . /Tr./Tr Tai4 - . 1 74.000
Rare un - hai2d &randy of now Papayas Adatyland
plaba,indiabla for an
portimdar attention pi.l dto". onposs9n'.,t yeti,
Jobbing ddne at &ayatollah. „
1a 70 70,
LNG AND COMPUESION DIniClIFANTsubl
Fillll, and produce
urge Ps. getietally, No. as WOOD
V. M. BOLLMAN,