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WEDNESDAY MORNING:::810 1 7. 11, 1868.1 better and not wotskthejudicial Mind ought
, not .to be expected to approve. the stbstitntion,
for it can recognise no violation of the consti
tution ass legitimate vindication of the ootl
etitution. -, Topince'ottrsellie under despotic
essay in order to-bring beet rebels to the- con
stitution 'we.have given up, is a procedure that
perplexoe.the student of politidal science, and
will quite confound the historian of our tithes.
There tire other features of this conscript
iawthat deserve criticism, but net to extend
my opinion Wilier I rest my objections to
its constitutionalit y upon these grounds : -
lat. That the power of Congress to raise
and support armies, does not include the pow
er to draft the militia of the States.
That thi power of Congress to call forth
the militia cannot be exorcised in the forms of
, this enactment.
3d. That a citicen of Pennsylvania cannot
be subjected to the rules and articles of war,
until he is in actual military service.
4th. That he is not placed in such actual
service when his name has been drawn from a
wheel, and ton days' notice thereof has been
served upon him.
For these reasons I am for granting the
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
From Yesterday's Evening Gazette
Judge Woodwnri.on the Conscription
We bare Already alluded to the opinion of
s a g r oroodwardr concurring with Chief Sw
um LIAMe in deciding.that the consoription
i s ,w of Congress is cittivitaitutionel. We hare
not apace sufficient for the entire opinion, but
- :give the snore prominent points ae follows :
- Thoth"! proposition distraased is, that the
goner d Government his .no power to draft
-,..the militia of the rerpeetiro States. On this
subject he says :
Thotiesaription of persons to be enrolied,
' able-binned citizens between twenty andforty
fire years of age,ll substantially the descrip
tion of thesmilitis as defined in our Pennsyl
, yenta etatutes and probably in the statutes of
all the States. The national forces, then, mean
the militia of, the States---cortainly include tire
r.. tailithe of Pennsylvania. This expreulon, ,
"nations] forces," is modern., langnage;When
so applied. It is.not found in our eonatitu
tlonsielther State or Pedaled, and If used in
. commentaries on the constitution, and In his
• .' tory, It will generally be found applied to our
hind end naval forces in 'actual eerviee—to
. What racy be called our standing army. It is
.'4 *total misnomer when applied to the militia,
d, • for the militia is a State institution. The
Cletlerll Government has no militia. The
, State militia, always highly .esteemod as one
2., of the",bulwarks of our liberties, are recognised
'' • In th e- federal constitution, and iris not in the
: -power of Congress to obliterate them or to
' merge them in "national toned." '• • •
Anutedly the framers of our Constitution did
not intend to sobjeot the people of the States
to a SyStiird of conscription, which Was applied
In the mother country only to paupers and
vagabonds. On the contrary, I infer, that the
. power conferred on Congress was the power to
raise armies by the ordinary Faselith mode of,
The people were justly jealous of standing
arinlis. Hence they took.away most of the
war tower from the Executive, where under
monarchical forms it generally resides, and
vested in it the legislative department, in one
breath of which the States have equal repro
.. sentation, and in the other Man 'of which
the people of the States are dire ly repro
• minted according to their numbers. To these
representatives of the States and the people,
this, power of originating war was committed,
)tut even in their hand* it Was restrained by
the limitation of biennal appropriations for the
support of the armies they might ;alto. Of
. mine, no army could be raised or 'supported
which did not command popular approbation
and It was rightly considered that voluntar;
• eplistments would never be wanting to re
cruit the ranks of Ouch army. The w power,
existing onlyfor the protection:Of th people,
and left es fat as it was possible to Wave it in
their own hands, was incapable of being used
without their consent, and, therefore, could
never languish for enlistments. Thew would
be ready enough to recruit the ranks of any
army they deemed necessary for thesafety.
Thus the theory of the constitution p ed this
ei t i
great power, li ke all other governor pow
ers, directly upon the consent of the governed.
The thiory itself was founded on ftee and
fair elections—which are the fundamental pos
tulate of the constitution. If the p tronage
• and power of the government [shall Ter be
employed to esontroi popular elect] nes, the
nominal repretentatives, and then th armies
, which may lei raised may not eo oemmand
public confidence as to attract the necessary
reunite, and then conscript laws and other ex
tra lionstitutional expedients may !become
. necessary to fill the ranks. But covernmen
. talinterferenee with popular electione will be
ritarenthin of the constitution, and nei consti
tutional argument can assns such alloseibil
ity. . .
Supposing thin that tho people ire always
. 5....t0 be fairly represented in th e halls of Con
' green, I maintain that it is grevious injustice
. _.to l them to legislate on the assumpunn that
any war honestly waged for oonstitutial ob
jects will not always have such !sympathy and
support from the people as willeecure all nec
essary enlistments- Equally unjust th their
Intelligence is itto suppose that they meant to
' oonfir on their servants the power to itopress
theta into a war which they could not !rove.
When to theme considerations we d the
ability of a great country , like ours, stim
ulate and reward:enlistments'both aty: . tome
and abroad, by bounties, pensions, awl ome-
steads, as well as by politicaPpat ro rkp in
• sountlesaforms, we see how little ne ssity
- or warrant there is for implying a grntiof the
imperial power of conscription. • el •
The conscript law, therefore not sanctioned
by:thatenstitution,is not ada pted: to the exi
gencies of the timea, nor likely to haste um
eesa us a war measure. • .! • • •
The great Tice of the oonsuiptilaw ti, that
It is' fonnded on an assumption that Cowers
may take away, not the State 'eights of the
eitizen, but the security and foundation tof his
State rights. And how long is civil liberty '
expiated to last, !after, the securities of civil
liberty are deetroyed 1 The Constitution of
- the Baited-Stater'esammitted the liberties of
the Citizen in part to the Federal GovernMent, j
but expressly reserved to the States, and the
people of the States ill it did not delegate.
- It gave the General Government a standing
army, but loft to the States their militia. Its
purposes in all this balancing of powers! were
wise and good, but this legislation disregards
these distinctions; and upturns the whole lye
tern .of government when it converts the State
militia into "national forces" and claims to ,
use and govern them as such.
Is alluding to thrkprovision of the 12th seo-
lion' of the act, declaring that parsons falling
to report, when drafted, shall be treated ae
deeerters, the judge says :
Can a citizen be made a derirterl,efore i he 1 1
has become a soldier? MO Congreas the con. 1
stitritional power to author'!" provost rear
shall, after drawing the name of a freeman
from a wheel and earring him with sten day's
notice, to seize and drag him before a court
martial for trial under military law? This
question touches the foundations of personal
The opinion closes as folkwe :
The only general reason that I have ever
heard, suggested, and which Is applieiable
against all the views advanced in the °puttee,
is rolled military necessity . The coun&y is
involved in a great Idyll war which cap be
brought to an honorable close only by an en
ergetic use of all our resources, and nd re
straint should be, tolerated,-In such cirques
ittences, save only these wbich christiell oivi
' liudien has imposed on all Warfare, What
ever 'is ' . according to the Constitution, i the
argument claimer; may be' dints,. of course—
whatever is over and beyond the constitution
• is jostified ea military Insearaity, and of that '
the President andeongtess are excinsive and
The amount of the• argument is Gut !the
sexleppciasof the:times justify the aubstltatlem
of martial Lawler the Censtlintlem. .13citlehnt
Is martial law? Blackstone- and ilitilatnow
' Bale tell us "it is bnlitorpon nese:44lnd pile
olpiel;httt is entirely ruhlticarylek , decisions,
0 t em
is In tenth and reality 74 -11 m,.,
indnigid - rtstherthad'A read '' iir." - The
unrestrained - millet midi' it " of Men,
then, is thereto which itii)-ifttimeat substi
tutes (elm, Ccritstitationi- It is of no come-
quence that the will Vituanet up for imprecise'
' law is Chet. of men .wholn a majority of the
plop!. have chosen; becedse, according to our
system, the majority.mar:only. choose man to
adnlnieter the Constifulion.atit is written. 1
Majorities as spowerrebognised bylaw, have,
- no more tight to establish a desPOlitin than a
Minority would hive. Ent may majorities or
minorities 'set aside the.Vonstitation under
pressure, of - rebellion and insurrection? As
Atli Constitution antiolPates and provides for
tuck 44,1 12 0 1 • 1 43t . .itia;r4Prdich to-Jia wt.-
. thii 16 . .Sey th at' it is, - inOnante to such
eettirtencies.. NO man &many historlealright
' to east this 'reproach' upon it.. 'No 'current ex
- perience proves ' it, It never can: be . proved
~..eneept -by 'an restteceurtd . use of the legiti
mate powers of-the Emistantion against TO
. hellion, and then the thing:privet will be
that the Instrument needs emendment, which
' ite . machinery , Is flexible enough to allow.
Even tuba melancholy demonstration woula
do - .no more than point out necessary atiend-
zneata'...C.ln wool& i1,14-larrignilerthe , people to I
tlitt'arbitrety will ofis.anybody ... Presidents I
Mid Congressmen • are 014: 1 11trrente . of :the
ImPler. to :do ',thole will not. that will may;'
ini , iipretio4 under pass ion orasaltement, but
as; it stands' rieordett tathaVoristitetiojk It
it the Vonstitittlon,' teds4 Which inaltes - them
Proeldeett and C° o lo l itioi 42l o. tiff wo
more Power M".04-qp:skag'lrin'ip/iist the
tiotititatiotithen. - Ise -. Manyzamiwittrknitis a n s
would lurni. , ..enteldtiotAbstAberals piiii4o
...idotttherefore,.. feel , the fore.- it lb
... , , ~... , . .
Shocking Suicide in Manchester.
This morning, iboat, seven o'clock, Mr. A
Heddaeua, architect and civil engineer, resi
ding on Beaver street, Manchester, committed
suicide by shooting hinuielf with a pistol. Tho
deemed was well known to many of our citi
zens, and was for a long time employed as
Assistant Regulator under Mr. McGowan!
For come time past he had been drinking to
excess, and had retired under the influence of
liquor the previous night. In the morning he
getup -as usual, and wanted something to
drink. Rio request was refused, when he re
turned. to his room. In a few minutes the
members of the family werestartled by the re
port of a pistol, and oh running sip stains he
was found in a dying condition. Re had shot
himself in the forehead, the ball penetrating
the brain. He expired in a few moments.
The deceased was thirty-eight or forty years
of ago, and leaves a wife and family. He was
thoroughly educated in his profession, and was
a most skillful engineer. Coroner McClung
held an inquest, and the jury found a verdict
In accordance with the facts.
Another Gross Outrage
On Monday evening, about liven o'clock, a
young girl named Miss Murphy, melding as a
domestic in the family of Mc. C. W. Lewis,
was subjected to a most brutal assault, while
walking along Grant street, in the vicinity of
the Third Ward public school building. She
was passing quietly along the 'treat, on an
errand, when she was met by two men, one of
whom, without uttering a word, and t hrough
giber wantonness and brutality, drew his Set
and struck her between the ayes, cutting her
nose,, and almost knocking her down. Her
screams .canoed the villain' to flee, when she
tamed and made haste back to the house.
She did not know either of the men, and could
net tell- whether they were drank or sober.
Outrages of this character will only cease when
the perpetre.ters irro arrested.
Hampton Toss-whip Plowing Match.
The plowing match, announoed to come off
on ...Saturday, the 7th inst., at Tallysavey,
Sunipton township, Was well attended and
creditable throughout, Twelve plowmen,
with their teams, entered the co latest, ant the
result was as follows let Premlnet—Ale:.
Speer; Globe Works Mow, Na. 10.' 2d Pre
mmm--Tbeodore Rice, Globe Works Steel
Plow. Id Premium—Henry Monti, do. 4th
Ptemiuto—Henry McCully, Valley Forge
Plow, No. 14. sth Premium—Wm. Thomas,
Valley Forge Steel Plow, No. 5.
Tho plowing was very creditable to the
contestants, and ell wore welt pleased with
the 51113051111 attending the effort to improve the
cultivation of the soil. "Mine host" of the
Gourdhead Inn furnished the necessary "meat
and drink" to the guests.
The Solar Les of the Teachers In the
The teachers in the public schools of this
pity are now discussing this subject of as in
crease VI their salaries. They have a very
powerful argument in the fact that, notwith
standing the very large increase in the prioes
of feed and clothing, their wages have not
been advanced. It is not contended, wo be
lieve, that they received more than a just
compensation before the prices of living ad
vanced; and if this point be coneeded then
they are certainly entitled to an advance
commensurate with the increased expenses , of
living. The subject will be brought before
the Central Board of BM:male:4 at its meeting
this evening, and we have no doubt that jus
tice will be done in the premises.
riaitat, Liar of Pennsylvanians killed •
• Rappahanztook Station, Nov. 7th 1863:
Richard Welch, 83d; George McKellar,
118th; SUMMoore, 119th; Held. M. Shaffer,
119th ; John Wolf, 119th ; Albert Adams 119th;
James Laughlin, 119th. James.Bmith, 119th
Pater Swanson, 119th ; fames' Campbell, 49th•
John Holliday, 49th; John Wallace, 83d; E
T. Jones, 98th ; Charles Goldsay, 119th ; Hen
ry H. Longser, 119th; James Spoiler, 119th
Wm. S. Taylor, 119th ; David 8. Flockez, 119th
John Poole, 119th; Edward Green, 119th
Henry Meyers 119th ; John Crooks, 119th
John Smith, 119th ; John P. Patterson, 4. 9 th
Wm. Stuart, 119th; A. W. Garwood, 119th
Benj. Thomes,49th ; Wm. Cross, 49th.
Consecution or ran Sotramta' Cznenear.
—The loyal eithens generally of .all the
States, and the charitable and benevolent as
soelatlone, are moot cordially Invited to 1e
present at the consecration of the soldiers'
cemetery at Gettysburg, Pa., on Thursday,
the 19th instant, and participate in the sol
emn exercises of the occasion.
By order of the Governors of the Borers'
Agent for A. a. Curtin, Governor of Penn'a,
and sating 'modally for the other Stato.
Orrrurouto, Nor. 7th, 1863.
FZILE Lemmas is Tows HALL, Branum'.
HAX.—Dr. A. Paige, who has lectured to large
audiences In Pittsburgh and Allegheny, will
deliver throe/nee lectures in Town Hall, Bir
mingham, daring the present week. The Brat
on Wednesday evening at 7% o'clock. On
Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, he will lec
ture to Ladies exclusively, and on Thursday
evening to gentlemen exclusively. The sub-
Pot of these lectures is "Electricity aa ap
plie.tto lb.Aleilical Science."
SIMDI6I DILLTS.,A little child of Mrs. Mart
sell, or Ilirlhingham, about seven months
"old; died suddenly last night Sr this
usual ou morning.
The mother retired to bed st the r
and went to sleep .with the child in llr! r
apparently in good health, and .w h en she
wan nisthlaisontirsg she found ft s:eisrpse.
somebody u he, has been trying Ms pencil on
the. lemons "Democratic Convention for
Western Pennsylvania." An edmirableaketch
entitled "the Democratic procession pas Sing
the Post building," can now batmen ,ttn eichi.
bitten at Gillespie's, Wood streeti It ill1pl;
tat, and will repay a walk from yPa of
Tar.,EAsen newsnia.—bir: - Z. P. H •t,
Masonic Ball, Fifth street, has received the
.15f: Y. tUdger, the Boston Mot, The Philadel
phia Sator day-Zeroing Asa, and other popular
Eastern Weeklies, which will be found on the
counters of ids new' and PerlodloarDepot, at
Melanie Hall aforesaid. .
Notwithstanding the ottani* ofIV
lrenders, who sops loth, mune of _
RIIBBLLE PEBBLE SPECTACLE%
Are rialielpg daily the warmest ecdorenunts of nor
tithe= All the; le stoked la to examine all other
lipcetacle ; then 'call and examine the lIIIHMAN.,
rsßpLz onto. For tali by
J. DIAMOND, Prentice; Optician,
Minufacttrosr of the Boaslan Pebble Ilmteclor,
}allo 80 Fifth itnoi, Morning Poet Nnildbitt
A M 00131110 K ot 4 f.P.;
=XX PorrozT,PUtsboigh, P.
llrWarebecoo,lll , usmi . =gm.
Xanufactorers of COOK, PARLOR AND BRAT
pso_VpOlfrik: PARLOR APIREITCRENORATIA
In; MlB MUI OffidifikOao. Wow sod AT
hiss Pipe, iffof - Irool,ifogooiitm h et
ie d outiPl
ow ia= Tna44.
111 2 40 -01 V ,1 0 3 " 4 ..* ;::: 111104117141.
RINOCE AND TRADE.
L TIMM/AT, Nos. 10—The most remarkable feature
we havis to notice In money ‘tnattert today, is that
Gold I. again inbeiding, the blew York quotation at
noon to-day being 145%. sheer also Is lower, being
quoted at 141. Hens, one brokers are buying what
little coin offers at 142 for gold and Erf@illB Cur Mi
ner. Eastern Exchange Is stationary at per buying
and 3i, to 3 per cent prom. gelling.
It Ic stated on the authority of • telegraph dispatch
from Wsahhigton, that tiro new fractional currency
tees been suppressed, owing to the did arer the epeci
mens issued met •t the heeds of the public. A new
sngraeing is to be attempted. and It ls hoped with
more mamas. A great objection to the specimen is
sued is that It Is too much ensured with Ink. The
leg of color and more ul.white the longer will they
wear, and be fine of offensive odor.
By tbo report of the tutted States flint for the
mouth of October, there wore no deposits of gold or
silver. The coinage of gold for the month was 4 3 / 6 ,
786,06, the whole of which was in double eagles and
fine tars. The sliver coinage amounted to 5:16,191,90.
There were also coined 4.,00,000 cents, the total val
ue of the °Waage ansomatlng to 15387,376,90, covering
fen:m=llllmm, two hundred and sixty-flu thonsand
and two pieces.
The receipt. at the internal BAIVOI.IO Bureau for
October, are tifty per cent. In eines. of September,
And include 11,000,000 a. the tax on deposits and cir.
natation of banks. The entire receipts since the Bu
reau went Into operation are 1153,000,000—nearly
$10,600,00010r the past month. This, however, is
short of the estimate, though a very heavy sum.
TLOIIII & GlLknf—The Grain market bee been
unusually quiet tOday, WNW trietniing ' altogether
to the fact them L none+ here scarcely to operate In.
Wheat is firm with =all sake from wagon at 51,25
for Bed, and 21,30,31,35 for Bides. Corn Is In de
mand; and Shelled is bald firmly at 21,10 on track.
Barley is selling from Met hands at 51,15 for Spring,
end 51,50 for rail. Oats firm but without quotable
change, ranging from 75 to tot ea track and from
Stoic to quiet but steady at former quotations.
Sale of 3,000 B. Buckwheat flour ad 54,00 per c`"-
GROCERIES—The market is very firm, especially
Sagan, which hare advanced, a sal, of 7 hhds prime
Cuba having been reported at 14c. Coffee Is steady
bat Imo/Imaged; miss 030 hags Rio at 33 to 3454 c.
Molsasee stiff with Balm of 25 bbLs New Orleans at 85c
Syrups--salsa of 25 this low grads "Golden" • t 65c;
10 this at 20c; and 5 this Lovering's at 85c. le ad.
dition to the above, the following sake were trade to
the trade SO bbd, CobaSugar at 13%e; 100 bbl.
Nom Odes= Molasses at from 81 to GM: 50 bbls Syr-
opa at 65 to-70e, and 250 bags Coffee at from 3230 to
ado, ace ording to : quallty.
SEEDS—FIax Seed la lan active and a shade lower,
dealers refining to give over $2,5 0 @2, 52 per Dual , .
Timothy Seed la quiet and out of the Mason. Clover
Seed may he quoted nominally at $6,50 per bosh from
nun hands, with none in market.
APPLES—The market to perfectly glottal, and aa
a matter of rouse, prion are declining. Quotattone
my be Wyly given at from $2,2432,75 per bbl—the
tatter gram only for prime quelities In largo sized
POTATOSS—The demand ix limited, end with a
good mppl•, the market is rather dull, though with
out quotable change. We note small sales from et,*
at Viti9 l / 4 per bushel.
CitANDERIIISS--The supply Is largely In latesll
of the derrosad, arid the market Is duU, with an oc
casional sate .t $12012,50 per bbl for COMMOII sod
813,50@14 for Cultivated.
HAT—I. lb good demand and a shade higher: sales
from scales, of 17 loads at $3 3 4 38 par
MILL TZED—Ia very firm but unchanged. Sale
of I car Br►a ►t $1,20 per cwt.
MISS POlillk=stesdy, with • sale a Id bbl. •t $l6
LARD OlL—Salo of 50 bbl. rammer strata.' at
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
Nov. 10e—The market bee been tintunally quiet
to-day, se we were unable to bear of k single transac
tion. There I. some Inquiry for Crude, but bolder.
are salting a slight advance to which buyers do not
seem disposed to accede, and the result le we hare no
Wee to report. Quotation. may be fairly Oven at U.
to 16, package. returned, and 11) to 21, package. In•
eluded—the beside Agarea offered and the •otiolido
tigurre asked. The stock here at present ts eery
light, but it le thought that the receipt. will be large
between Uzi. and the latter end of the wrek, in which
event buyers fog sanguine of lower rates. Thera ap
panne to be no demand for Mined In bond, and sales
ould not be effectod unless some strong Indocaments
were held crut—anch a 0 • very low price. Free oil
is more Inquired fur and good standard brand. may be
quoted at 50. lisptba and ILesidlom remain about se
New York Petroleum Market.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette
Isar Taal. ioe.lo—Tbe market for Crude is dull
but without quotable change, ranging from 28 to Mc
on the spot, and 800 for December delivery, boles
option. liefluedin bond, alto, is dull and about 1
aent per gallon lower, and may lei quad nominal at
42§42N,0 an the spot. Free Oil is selling at 02 to
63e .and i►ptha is nominal at former quotations.
Weekly Review of the New York Pe-
[Beportad Expressly for the 'Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Raw Yoxx, Nor. 7, 1b63.
The market ruled dull and heavy during the early
part of the week, when prices further declined *O3
cents, per gallon, for both Crude and Refined. On
Wednmday the marked aseumed • more bn.q.t tone
and Thureisy there was a sharp re -action, when the
demand was good, and the decline noted above wee
bully receniered. The demand, sube.luently, became
more actin mder the European advice., per Adri•
atic, which were received on Thunday, when a fur.
ther advance was estatollehe& Daring the early part
of the week, Crude oil cold a. low an 26427 cents, but
afterward advanced to 2p0.30 cents. Rellned sold
down to 40341, but advanced to 14/345c. Ire* sold
at 50!5I, but advanced to 54404.
Crude hem gold to the extant of 12,000 bbl., part for
future delivery at 30 coma—nearly all at 26(9,..a0 on
the spot. The market dowel quiet at 29 cents.
Relined sold verb sparingly daring the imrly
part of the week at 41442 c, but during the pull thrw,
or foot dap a good business has been done at 43015
.unto, on the spot. The sales I, the week aro tante)
bble:-..beert half forlnthre delivery. The market
ruled rather quint te.day, as nenal on baturdays,
and the bulk of the buslnese wan at 44045 cents,
dogleg quiet Favember and December, sales were
at 45916 cents, buyer. option.
Free oil has varied materially. The males are 5,000
bble at 60 to 56c, bat mostly at 54055 cents, clueing
dead,' at 55056 cent..
Raptha has ruled comparatively Heady. Bales IWC,
this at M to 25 for Refined. meaty all at about 25c,
Morton Cotton Good. Market
Nor. s—Thera is material change to notices to ohs
market for Cotton Goode. Prime are less affected by
the changes and fluctmetione In the pries cotton
than was tripmtsel, altheugh the demand ha. been
light during the week. What few maxis ui now pro.
deiced amnesia, held. bless, enraging§ and brown
drills bring full prices and cotton dant:leis and coedi
t= 44 shmUngs taro souse and treated. Denims,
Stripes, ticks and other goods have not varied meter
iallyand are scarce and
Tor Woolens there is a steady demand for goods
suitable for tberseasoa. The market will soon be
supplied with spring geode. We notion samples of
usertrylml of fancy cassimem and sacking. Mr spring
wow; for width • inannfecturent are taking orders to
the full extent they ars willing to go. AU popular
makes are sought after, and many engaged &bead at
Table or fixed prior*, so matters now look. Stake of
desirable goods will not be heavy for early 'spring.
We notice some transactions in blue army goods,
probably In anticipatlote of the coming Mart. For
eattnetts there is • fair dimmed. Someparties are of
feritig.dark blue (Indigo) all wool kings, whirls, In
.Onaparteon with other &brim of shriller materials,
an selling at extremely low prices. Flannels, blan
kets and abated' am In demand and selling at full
Nov. I.—Oar market lover, dull today, not a IWO
of grain having transpired since our Last report, that
we conidtwar of. The entire alumna of vessel., and
Abe pinbabilltrthat by lba time the grain fleet re
turnsfrota below It will be too late to .hlp by GM/
from Buffalo, muter, buyers very mallow, Ind the
namaindar of the alllBoll intonations in grain will be
summed to • groat extent by Nos facilities for get
ting It folide.water. 7lour—Salle 4130 bbl.,' white
~ ,whent:lll ,60: 60 bblit "York Itills" red at Itd,fg 80
obis IXftlt Wheat—No gals„ parties apart;
we not. this Vista &sellers and buyer*. aa follows:
dtallithlganll,d o aalwd,4l, a Offered; WWI.
St* 44,4pa5kik4.41.,411 offend, Neol , Bed, sl,tu
&eked, ,Sr offered; Ito. ft Red. VIM 0, 45
toffees& Vorn—Not mentioned. Data—doles 3oratl
..bashelast 04 .
116v:9:•;-7iOurt sika 4 / 5 0 bid. XX 'bite at 67. 11 0;
110 tads Und at 606; 6Ct !Adagio at M. Wban;
thla tannin plea were made 01 2000 boob red dint
inif i t i t h OCOloin do at , d 1.14 i OM whit. It ti
11141 lad inn star* at SIX. Cora valet; tales
cannelratlt 910. Data 'toady; oaks 1 car Inn
ttamat67.; Or ogtrack at elo. , Bye no:Mind at
61.16. Barlo.l ralthattaed at 51,1141,30.
ICOT. 9.—noat gat or %neat vast otlaVi
-L OD. - Corn lath 11111 3 1Orttar; ages at
014 fitithit; • Readrite—at,
rata Bollt; mate.; 00 , 19Mtbits tom.
,Isbl barrsis 40101 lo a rteoboxbdi whims;
28 tnunc lt corn. -.lltreleats g3is as what
BoAK • •
Tomolv, November, 10, 1863
Gunny -Bags and tlath..
Difonthl7 Statement of dr.Boolon milcoLl'
Re compile the following akalraot tr , cs )I•r+to,q
Joeeph D'Oloter L. Cop Cirrolar.of 2. I :
Stock on hand, 40,000 bolos Cloth and 9,2 P de 81,7
against 42;100 of the fonner;nod - 0,000 of the Istlor
thonanao time last year.
Amount now un the irey hither from Cal
1,233 bales Cloth and 2,573 do Bag. Total nwsipta
since Jan 1, =7 balm elethmed WO do Rags. olup
metals during the same period, 4,137 bale, 'teat crd
7153, do Bags. Tout] stocks in the C and ou the
way from Cakutta, at date, 76,772 bale, Ciml, and
Dor:2 d° Raga, agulust - ,%.,54.1 of the former, and
2 , 1,e2.2 of the latter at the same butt year.
Ganny Cloth--Salea doting October hare heat, oh)
balm at 13y,q1.4N0. Market is now duti and n o w
malty 14(4,143,5c for standard weight.
Gann,. Rage—Salm during Ortotser were 1.:20 End.,
at 11?,a..r2e. Market la heist but fir et tor henry
weights at 21G.21;.:?.
Baltimore Coffee Market.
Nov.'—Rio has been In more requeat, hut salm
are still checked by the Smile.e of holders. Trans
actions foot up some SOU bags at 313-:asgic fi IL for
ordinary to prime quality. No movement in other
descriptions retorted. Today we have to note
of 1000 toga eery, food Ric at ',Zr ti lb. Sto , it In fast
hands reduced to some tear bap.
Imports by Railroad.
PITIEVMI.GII, Yr. WATNE & 0111,1.00 Bat LILO4Ii, Nor.
10-617 bgs mut, J G Sloat; lteJ bgs bears', J nodes;
157 bbls apples, W 1' Beck A roc, tl do .1 ,
Trimble; 6do do, P Purim; 2 ea* flour, S W cud; 1
bag (utter., head & Metzger; Zi hide eggs. ino Mil
ler, 52 this dour, J Shepard; 5 bids ego, 11 Gererig;
1 be moors, 11 Hey'. 4 rolls leatber. Seibert J hul
lers:mug VJ6 bga wheat, .1 S Liggett & co; 11l 01.10 ap
plea, J W Donahue; I our hay, 1 Hamilton; 1; sk • rags
Morels & co; 17 rolls leather, 1130 Indus A
bbls flour, Maekeown & Linhart; J T
McLaughlin: 100 de, G 11 Hnvrer. 1.. bida spirits, T
Moors; 1 car corn, Hitchcock, Meereery
OhirTa.AND & PITT/3VMM( .
MI JAM. flour, Bingham, Sturgeon ' •' do,
Mackeown A Unlace; 124 oil 1.t.h., Lork..rt a
40 ilk. barley, W II Garrard; 5 Salem s adding, Klee,
Shaman & co; 100 hide* ' Gto Plum, Cs , . 46 tare
oats, TI Fawcett & co; 51 akeruge.,_ll. C Hoorn 30
elm wool, 8 Hart:Laugh & co; 13 leatbor.
Flaccus; 4 do do, A & W Blekiml; lb d.. do, W G
sung 100 bbbe flour, aa Gardiner; Tb th• E
' Hyde; 38 bra shoot l e ad, A Gordo', 0 011- ••',
wool, 8 8ru.11,7; 1 bale hemp, F Bn b<rt 1 co; 17 bbl,
whisky 8 N Pike; 10 do do, Brennan A Iteismyer;
do do , 3 Adler & to; 4 hhda tobacco, 11 Dalbuyor; 5 do
An, JGrazier 630 boob nem, Glom Le.rh. slog
,brannas, ShcAnker & Lang; So Am rags, -Vie kir &
ALSOOBOOO STATIOY, Nor. 10-103 bga flax
Doer & Hamilton; 1 car du, 51 B Suydam, 21 bat
cheees, 72 Walli apples, Shah, Son & ,o; I rer rural. A
Taylor; 10 but search, J Lorkart; a All,: apples, Gen
Kibler, Id hides, 30 calf rains, .1 I
wheat, J L Noble & co; 6 pkg. Pr•Pduce. . 5
feathers. Mahn & Itlddbr, 5 rolls leather. 3 MA, rider.
C Groetziager & Sun; 20 labla apples .1 Pr; 1 lad
eider, 3 Ora apple+, 1) Comelier; 11 bale, r lag,. How
ard & Cottrell; ffl thls apples. L 111111, 30 he wt., 4
sea Boar, Mercer & Robinson; 50 0014 S
Chalker & no.. _
Imports by River.
CINCINNATI—Pin C•ro. Jotter Esmart
bedeteads,:ll tolls rails, 2 4 2 bib clots L F
empt Ws. empt half bbls, Spencer & Mega". 4 I'7!
osake,Sellons& Canfield; 510 oaks w boat,24 bales hap,
Cla.ke A Co; 5 bbls whisky, 1 bid broody, 15; bolo
apples, 10 Ibis potato., N Volk:: 13 d i
rockers; 2 Mb 11 laurds, 2 1...11s F cod., 2 Illsrads,
4 Nils slate, Jam N NVoodsvell, 31 bcs garden At,d, D
Parkhurst; P bbts whiskey, J Hlnobart 1 Co; 111 .lo do
noilborn & Svrolght; sdo do J.O. Broo oleo. 15 do
do) W Spreen, 11 do do A ; Apple& Bro; 11111 mattres
ses. 2 bill. pillows, Capt C IV Batchelor; 1 ..ssk load
pipe!): Bourns & Oro; TM sacks wheat, 21 sks W heat,
J Y Liggett Jr to; "Ins, 4 sacks, jars, ,MA ko,.:s. NEWEST ?ATTEMPTS sod every wid th , at the
1 oils brooms, John Ilelshaus: 4 4 bn , koto. 1 neat
of tuts, 1 bbl molasses, 1 tell hothliug 1 toll brooms,
Mrs Iteadlug, ZS pleas pumps 1 keg s. Addy ,t Lowest Prices for Cash,
Elem.: Bdo do NI Jarvis & ro; 14 do Tat. rt clo•
•Ille; le do do, 1 keg valve, tlm Tat. & 3., oil Includin g barrels, Both= & Kellen; AT mkt totrlt.). 11 11 Got .
rard. ; Crumb Cloths, Feltlngs, Rum,
• SHIP P LICG C. •
rElm WEEKLY' TO LIN"- sa, ' OIL CLOTHS. R....k-.
/Lod having parchatttl for CASH, before the late
i5 8 . , . r ,7 ,00 R.P7 . .. N .L . ..... -- , ,or Thhi7 . .re" d lC l l. ph 7ko z No,: ph T st r e:L - 1, 7 2 7 . 01 h ube, p
C,aopon7 an Intoodmtt as follow.: 1 advances, ere are able to well at the tottonfeeturere'
!'TTY OF W atfLINCITUIS Sttutrtlay: Noe. 14. .
NOINIIIIIIRGEI— • Saturdar Noe . 31.
~ , . For. To bm,e, so tito,ptalied dock of
CITY OF LONDON ...... ....-- .... Satureey. ort. Te I
And every anoteedlng baton/ay, et atom, from Pier
--- - -
. .. . . •
H, North Inver. ,
She Steamship CIIT OP COILS, of this line, 'ill
sail as .n extra smerner un TII6ILSItAI, N .6 Mn,
and has splendid eceornmoslattome kr • few Caltin 1 Window Shades, Mattings, &e.
and Steerage Psammiers, at rialltredratia, payah. , shi '
C. S. Currency.
1.•11:11 OW 220.127.116.11.
Posoble is Gehl, or its ismiroleal he Clarrro, OLIVER M'CLINTOCK & CO.,
Plasm CARIN iirk• tn. DTZT.I.OIII ...... .... —.830 at No. = TITTII STREET.
do to London..., 133 001 do to Losnuu 31 On ~,,,,
do to Perla.-- DS 00; do to PEI/111 ... 40 M • . . .
do to Elamburg . 90 001 do tu lisle , ' 37 DO ,
TEW STOCK AND NEWEST
L....v..60 forwarded to µarra, Bremen, Ilot-'
tardam, Antwerp, dn., at egnally low rats, ; !MYLES or
Tares from Liverpool or fineenetown ; Ist Cabin,
673, 6116, 1105. Steerage, PO. new, who with to
sand for Omer Mends can Imp ti. here ..t thefts Carpets, Oil Cloths, Druggets,
For further information apply at the Company'. SHADES, &a., at
Offkw, JOHN G. DALE, Agent.
16 Broadway, hew York
JOHN THOMPSON, Agent, N2cCALT_,UM'S,
Hand screed, or 4 honee from the !Adm.,
mhllktf P.ttaburch. N. NI FOURTH STREET, '
A rev large assortment of all goods to our
Tv, bought at O. lowest point reached in the Eastern
I. ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGA. ' • • Market this meson, and much reduced from last aea-
TION COMPANY., -
GALWAY LINE. 0016 W. D. a H. IdeCALLUM
ADEIATIC, 1428 Horn-polar, 4 , 000
HIBERNIA, 1,000 liorespower, 3,000 tom.
COLUMBIA, 1,900 Gar...power, 3,000 tom.
A NGLI A, 1,000 Horse-power, 2.000 tons.
The magnificent Steamship ADRIATIC will .11
from New Yorklot Liverpool on TM:SPAT, the 17th
Rates of from New York to Liverpool, pay
able in go Id or Its equivaleot In currency.
Peawengen forwarded alp to London, Paris, Hun
k.o Emma Rotterdam, Antwerp, dc., at
the towed retest,
Pares from Liverpool or Galway to New Tork and
Baton, 1 . 2.5. $3l, $l3, SMe.lrlo3.
For pastaage apply at the offlce of the Agent*.
BABEL a SEARLE, 23 Dr-Away.
Fauns Jorze, Manner.
- or D. O'NEILL,
Deasing Cipm.k/o. Bolldlog,
J7lo7lprz No. 70 rift areet, PElAborgil.
CUNARD LlNE—Steam from rabl,
LIVERPOOL AND QOT.IiNDTOWN
VS in gold,: wits equivalent in currency.
11110 M NSW YORK, San in currency
Bells ewry week. Aupl,r le
T 110121.101 ItArrICIAN, Apnea,
AN ORDLNANCE to authorize the
Gradlog of fildgo et root.
etc. 1. Bs it ordained and gamed by tin Seders and
Commas Goeseih of fla Cdy of Alieekeep, md u te
hereby orefetrod and enacted by JEI aua-rity lAI etees,
That litis Committee en Streets be and they are here
by antbniaed and directed 1., inst. and receive pro
pagate fur the grading ot•Bidget street, from Irwin
avenue to Chart lore In the Streit Ward, and to
contract therefor 'ebb the 1....r05t and hest bidder or
bidden, at their discretion.
Stu 2. That for the put - pane of defraying tborne
and expert** of the) raid finporcemente, there 1, and
Is hereby levied, *ipeelal tar, to be squally annesed
upon the several lots bounding and abetting elken
the wild street reapectirely, ILL proportion to the fest
front to them respectively comprised, and botmdlng
and abutting en afurundd.
Stu 3. That an won ae the coed and expenses t,f
acid Improvements ahall he fully ascertained, It
be the duty of the Street Commiroloner to asset. and
apportion the .11111 e among the several lot. bound trig
and abetting open wild street tropectlvely, wonting
to the role above indleated, end therouPOn
to make demand and collect the earns, according to
the provisions of the Act of the General Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled •'An
Act donning the trumnar of collecting the expeneett of
grodink and paving or the streets and aller of the
City of Allegheny, and far other porptwest pureed
tbe 30thitay of March, ISfk.
San. 4. That .0 much of any ordinance as may cone
filet with, Or to supplied by the foregoing, bt and
the tilteltede hereby repuslott.
Ordained and enacted into a lan, this the sth day .
of November, A.l). llba.
President of the Sclect - Councll.
Provident, pro rem., of the Common eel:melt.
MAcreakten, Clerk of the Select Council.
M. .11c.(lomat.; Clerk of the Cm:non Council
AN ORDINANCE establishing the rate
or Wharfage and coffee:Ming the landlte-
l'otrolentane NarWWI and Coal 0114. •
e.. 1. Be' a'cirdafned eed na. 441 60 , 44. &Zed et4tl
Ouranson Omura, of Ow Cam 4 4' sad a a
Maw ordained owl Maim( by the r d N v 0 , A. ,
That from and after the peuns,.., of a do 0y 0f., 00 ,
Petroleum, Carbon or Cior ,
the Allegheny lileart, , , o ;
mot of the city, be ,
011 landed or placed o n
then7.d el the 114 e: of ono cent per barrel. of permit. !
tea th irharf leer Mtn forty-eight
Mors. s te d'ime-hilf rent per barrel each whit
tional tweretydnur hours geometries..
2. It Mall be unlawful fur any person or per.
sons to land Intuit at the wharf Any bast or boots
containing ay . kind of oll;at anipelnt opposite the
city or shore the Suspension or reeletal Street Bridge,
end perancem pennons ollamdlng against the pro-
Melons of the foregoing • elrelL upon conviction bee
fore the the Mayor or one of the Alderman of the
city. Arrfaltated pay for the me or the city, • flee of
not leas than $6O or more than lirMe peed In cam of
neglect or refund to minor& th• tame, an additional
Ante of ,i5O .ball ba,ingwaed open the offelndone for
each and army twelve hour, tb•samnmay remain at
L. - '
. .. • .
Ott% 3. Thit no boat containing retrolesrai.Osal or
Carbon Oq, in bulk, Audi be permitted to' tentain at
the wharf below tha .811111380111011 Heap and above
the orals Look for • parted of mere than foitywight
hours, under • penally of ton dollen (9100 for each
and t waive bouts. •
lhdahud lindonacted into • law, thin the Mb day
of November,. D. 186 3-
' JAMES MARSHALL.
. - Dissident of the Select Council.
ProliNfillf.two ties, tb•Comnsost critint/i.
mAcranatos. Clint . of tbo &loot Connell.
311.31 . 00 cf1a1...•C10rk of Um Common - Connell
CARPETS, On CLOTHS, Zfc. i SEIr.L.To .111.1€101-VES.
N - E
NEW CARPET STOW:.'
McFarland, Collins &Col
Nos. 71 AND 73 FIFTH BT.,
Offer for sale, AT PRICES EAR mr.tow PRESENT
MARKET RAID:, ar k trairoly new And elloioe
REAL ENGLISH VELVET CARPETS,
Best Beal Brussels Carpets.
ENGLISII & AMERICAN TAPESTRY CAIPETS.
TAPESTRY VELVET CARPETS,
A Pal lino at new and wry chola,. pattern.,
N 141 4. . 15 TY LE PERSIAN THREE-PLY CARPETS,
Les,ll, Hartford ►nd , thor staodard o.k. of
SUPFRFINE AND EtTFIA SUPERFINE INGRAINS
A 'plc G. 11,1 stark of
LOW PRICED ALL WOOL CARPETS,
at Iran than manututurna pnwinni prix.. wt fll,l^
man and ridail.
FINGLIAII VELVET RUGS and WILTON AND
VELVET MATS, Ls great variety, the largest as
sortment of patterns to he f omit •ufwhtrt , and
splendid assortment of SHEEP SKIN MATS.
Floor Oil Cloths,
Prom 2 to 24 feet wide, nea sad ele6ar.l
COCOA MATTING, Joe Chtuche•, Offices, Has
and Alai ra, common and extra quality.
Woolen, Linen & Cotton Drugget,
From % to 4 pads Itido
GREEN, BAILE, VELVET AND B11(188ELS 0T
• TubtANS; STAIR RODS; TABLE OIL
CLOTHS, plain and fancy ;
dared, Printed and Teat.cesed
PIANO AND TABLE
Window Shades and krixturna
The •took on band baring been purchased when
Fold was at 21, will be sold at connwponding rem.
WIT FIFTH STREET,
Boman Post Moe and Bt.:acted Buildings.
k LARGE ASSORTMENT OF'
pllorosALs FOR HORSES,
Cuter grAlttraluarmei Omer,
1/star or Weenneores,
W Astir. erns, D. C.. November 2d, 1863.
SEA LED PROPOSALS trill be rnmlvell sr this of
fice =il WEDNESDAY, the nth day of November,
•l 12 o'clock IL, for furnishing the Government with
(1,500) fifteen hundred Dome, of the following de
Tor Artillery, (1,500) fifteen bandred Horses, from
(15X) fifteen and one-hell to (18) alateen hands high.
between five and eight years of age; of dark colors;
free from all defects well broken to harnees ; cote•
Fully bunt, and to weigh not lesa than 1100 pounda
The fall name and poatofaca address of the bidder
must appear In the proposal.
If a bid is made in the name of a Ilrm the narn. of
all the parties must appear or the bid will be outtald
erod as the individual propoeal of the partner eigh
Propoeals from dieters! parties trill owl be owenfeeed,
and an oath of allegiance will be requirod from sac
esesful bidders before signing oontracta.
Proposals must be addressee' to Brigadier Cetworal
B. 11. Booker, Qoarterma.erter U. S. Armv, Washing
ton, P. C., and should be plainly marten "Proposals
Betide equal to &tumult to half the anon to he To •
c.irod oo the contract, signed by the contractor and
two responsible secnritlm, will be required or suc
Biddrxe must be present In person when the bids
are *petted, or their proposals will not be considered..
Blanks for bonds can be procculd neon applica
tion Leine made it this office, either personally, hy
letter, or hr telegraph.
I NOPECTIoN, DELIVERY, kc.
All horses contracted for under this advertisement
will be su bje,t to losp•ctlon, and am. not ocmihrox
ilto,:hare.o7llllflz.tott m celled. loniwlU ho rejocud.
The norem nink be delft - o,lnd In thin dry wltbla
(2) meonly-nre daye from the date of nigotog the
Payment to be mouie gam the completion of the
contrart, or DO wan thereafter 114 the Chief Quarter
=tester shall be In fonds.
none heron will be awarded lo lota of (250) two
hundred and fifty each, order the chief Qoartervisa•
ter eherild deem It for the interew of the Government.
to terry the number.
The Chief Quartermaster reserves to hlowelf the
right to reject any or all bids that he Way dorm toe
high. D. FL DUCKED,
rsof.:tai Itrig,l3. : .d Chief Quartermastvr.
2 000 kRTILLERY HORSES.
2 QuArrstwoorrnes Dzritnilarr, V. S. 4., I
Indlantrooligg, led., Oct. 31, 1e63.
P.slod Proposals sill be nmeirod at this offi.
to II) o'clock. w. m.. 04TUSDAY, NoTomboy ?lit.
2,000 ARTILLERY ROR9E3y,
To be dellveted at the Cloven:lit:unlit, Se"'
city, within forty (110) dye trop
to of contract.
ftwirteakw Ice he"
B " id °°'"" I ' 6 ' l colo de"s ra, tot e
teen and otto-k..tf hi,gb. t i e (0) to rano
andactles entirely sound,
oar. trotter. In ' harness. Each
ham to wolaltp.,.t than eleven hundred (1.100)
ly rq r... -"cif/cation& U 47/ to drialy alteredM uqur
joy ord sto *Very particular.
- o hgd will b.* entartained unless aCreinfilanl.4l by
guaranty for Its faithful perforrnano,
Form of bid and guaranty can be hod on indica
tion to tbk ogler.
. I.ll4hlere moat be pmeeet at tho.opeolog of bids, or
thftlr bide will be Nected. •
hoods roust be flied for the faithful fallflhatiat of the
Partin, will be required to corm up to the terms of
contract, or forfeit the amotmt of their Donde.
The mine/goad reserves the tight to tricot ell
bide deemed unreasonable.
No hid will brenterteineti for tear than fifty horses.
Pitymerit made on completion of contract, at o
so , n thereafter am the undernigneill'oitay bo In funds.
Proposals will Mt endorsed, "Proposals for Artil
Any other Information will be promptly given on
application to the anddrelgned, pereonallf, or by
I am it'll purchming CAVALRY HOILSEB lo even
market, at 5130 rich. Payment triode on the deliv
ery of eli0t111) or more. JAMIEA. EKLIi,
noditer A. Q. X., U. B. A.
Amu Ant quarrAziefarrare Urrtme,
CornevG and VA 7 3 0
Washlpp IX on, C., Oft- 1863 .).
ITILL BP, SOLD AT - P C A.LC
vj TION, on the SECOND and IVITUTU WED
/i v:MATS. Ilth andtSth of November, at the Corral
OW O m liVinhAngton .oteenatery, a, largo lot of
NORM AHD NNLES, eandenarud unlit for
public ccraim.J3llbLiCla3lTUninc• at 10 o'clock o. m.
Terme CAIN 4,,,cilgrapsnett Funds.
' drpt:sad A. Q. K., 17. S. Army.
TRAP I ALL' • . —Beautlal
e,nt., for wasp
TREKEIIIE SEWING MACHINES.
TUE OELT OOLD MEDAL
liter Arottriact to tmoolcyg . 3lltchltos In lllitkola
There Machines wars awarded the Ulchmt Premi
ums. ems all conipmators, for the Boa Family Sevin;
Inahinm, the Best Itastractirriop lifarAines, and the
heel lifoehine Wiwi:, at the following STATIC
of 381 M:
Fork Slate, Fair,
First Premium for family machine.
First Premium for double-thread maahuv.
First Pridolom for machine work.
Find Premium for family machine.
Find Premium fru =Ann fArttuing machine.
First Promitim for machine n °rt.
I:-ra State Fair.
First Promlr.m for family marldne.
Fiat Premium for manufacturing . machine.
First Pmetaillm for machine work.
Micilmra Sices Fair.
First PrNintLin , for family machine.
First Premium for 111 ants nn3Urnig tuaaldue
First dremium fur machine nu ri‘.
Indiana State lode.
Fleet Premium fur machine for all parodies.
First Premium Mr machine work.
flllsion Nate fair.
Pivot Premium for machine for all puriemea.
Firm. Premium for machine 'work.
Neerkicky State Pale.
First Premium for machine for all pnrparea.
First Premium for =china work.
Penury /conic Sato Fair.
First Premhun for manufacturing marlsino
Firx Premium for beautiful machine work.
Olio gale Fair.
Filet Premium for machine work.
And at the following. County Fairs :
oark.d.. Lb. (VI.) Ayricuinvoi Society.
Find Premium for family machine.
First Premium for manufacturing machine.
First Pronium for machine work.
Champlain Vafky Agenidta. al Society.
Flint Premium Gtr amily machine.
Fires Premium for manufacturing machine.
First Premium for machine work.
Ifaninden Co. (Maar.) etricalninni Society.
Diploma fur family machine.
Diploma for machine work.
Franklin Co. (N. Y.) Fair.
vet Premium for family machine.
First Preminm for manufacturing murkier.
Queries Co. (N., Y.) Agrientreruf fe.c.iery.
Floot Premium for family machine.
ire.hinaton Co. (N. Y.) Fair.
Vint Premium for family machine. •
anniVn Go. (N. N.) Fair.
Find Premium for remit. rnncLitta.
tifediame's Institute- (Ca.) gair.
First premium for machine for all p.ur 1ie....
First Premium for machine work.
The al..ve con:prism. ell One Fairy at which the
I GuovEr. k BAKEa mAcrtncts wars exhibited
Ohm year. At nearly all of them the leading Sewing
Machina. urn in competittor..
The work made upon the Grover C Thker Sowing
Machine has rer.p ed the First Premium at avary
State Fair in the Unit,: Maim where it km been
robibtlM to this dale.
Sales itoorno. No. IA FIFTh ST Pittsburgh, Pa.
ocX.P.Msmali A. V. biIATOSET, Agent.
WHEELER & WILSOYS
BirROVED LOCK STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Highest prnmluma at the London and Parts Exhl
bittolm, and at all t'ae Important State and Meehan'
cal Pol. srbsn vfllibiced Llala seaport. Ca t 4.1
.11 !TM the. m.131D. I.fort• portinalrg
Foote's Patent Umbrella Lock S.'„ar4
which Intura perfect rarely to an arttnla proverbially
gt rem to be led setney
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
- VARM FOR SALE.—The undersigned
12 otters at private sale,,a very minable Farm to
lliiffflu township, Allegheny county, Pa., onntaioitql
i 6 scree, with coal under it, dratted one mile and •
quarter from John O'K,sais Coal Works, on the Mo
nongahela river, five' miles from McKeesport and
nine miles from Pittsburgh, by land. The Improve
ments are • flame dwelling house, frame barn and
other necessary buildings ; alma line orchard About
60 mree good cleared land. It to the property for
merly owned by Jean, Finney. The land and owl
will be sold together or separate, to mit the buyer ,
or if reflicieut Inducemenv be eared, it will be cut
up and odd in lots imitable for country reeldences.
I f the above named property Ls not sold before the
pth of NOTT.M.KEM, it will be offered, on mid day,
at public esbN on the premise, at 1 o'clock.
Tor tents of We call with the subscriber, 3.4312.3
MKTIIIEW, Weed Newtou, Westmoreland Ce... Pa
D"'.1.)6 STORE FOR SALE, in
a flourishing Western town on the P. P. W. &
C. R. R., not over WO miles from Pittsburgh, now
doing • lane arc prod:able trade. Tho stook to
new, and 'hoe been select :xi with reference to the
country trade. Has all teen purchased Ihr cult at
lowest market prigs.
The present proprntor has decided to irtlre from
the trade owing to bad health, and rent,refs,tands ,
okra the stock for sale µso the , good will of the es.
thing party: no bows has a large and reepectablo
trade, which no, be retained. The present stock
will invoice from seven to ten thovsand dollars, but
could be reduced if desired.
Parties wishing to know the particulars will plazas
address or call personally on
LI - DAY d CHORPENSII37O,
oollktf 59 Hand street, Pittsburgh, P..
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.—Tho I
undersigned ellen, for ulna very desirable plea i
of land, containing 106 sores, nearly, !situated ha
Baldwin township. 11. - fronts on the Brownsvffir ,
road on one aide, and one aide on the lialsabetlatom
road. It is part of the White Hall Farm. Thin • w ,
ham a house on it, and an orchard of A ,
and Cherry tn.., bearing fruit. This lot will is w t.;
on ancomnwdating term. If not :cad hero, th Ent
of Jannary, it will be for rent.
For farther particular. inquire at WELTS; HALL,
or the subscriber. in Snowdon townehip.
anl2teWttawrlm DAVID woos.
A FARM FOR SALE,
Al • lIIn, of ]Dr. acre of hald, Wider •. good state of
cultivation. 7D scree cleared, baker goo d ,eldt,,
yak timber land. ImproveMerita tare • good brick
cottage dwelling of 9 roman„ • gods frame barn and
etabling, with • brick
. granare. Ala° a don le
barn. The plc. le well =nit* - Al with good aster.
Ale. • ohoim variety gb. 4 nit tram 'For a more
minute dcecriptimaand tams, apply to
G. B4T-W. Commercial Broker,
0c.51 //War street, Lawrencovilla
Ail:2 — bit - L. LEASE --Alarge Lot
12 in fibarpsbarg, on Use Passenger Eathray, avo
miler from Pittsburgh, on which there he • good
Dwelling Coosa of nisss:.roorna ; .Iso, ram-al othsr
nonce., all built of brick. Italia good water in
the yard, Pical..l of good fruit, and convenient to
Churches and Baton! Uoussa.
Tor partigalara address or call on
G. T. dILL,TAhi j
Sharprburg, Adk4hany County, Pa.
FOR of land, containing
78 acres. situated 1X miles from Dlscoloet Sta
tion, on the PitUbergh,Yort Wayne & Chlcoe T .
The ate,. r•nperty Ls well Limbered, se'
roam; orchard of bearing frail tress
will t. sold on resukonahle Lem.
For farther particular. • -
coe:llh3la 8 0. LP"'
- , iOEVILLE PROPERTY von
.r.L.N.--eA two-story Frazee Timm, of d rooms,
.4, good cellar, se. Lot GO. fret front by 130 fret
deep, an which there is choice fruit. This property
will be disposed of m very liberal terms, ea therms
et. wishes co leave the place. For torten, apply to -
• XL 8. BATES, Commercial Brater,
Butler street; Lawrenceville!
8 - Air:a—Pour Acres . of Ground
and a•Yotr Story Brick Building, "Engine.
Boilers and Machinery; unit adapted for * maim
!Muir/ 100 Bet by 120 fuel ; can be purchased Ibt
one-ball its original coat, by calling nn
Grunt envoi, Vittaburgh.
j 4 31 ArSTEEN, 13Ress Folnunn,
• Geo Alm Sr•A Pima& Particular attouticm
paid tho biting up atui repairing orOIL REP!.
REItIES. All kiwis of BRASS AND IRON COCKS
made to onler. Also BRASS" CASTEN - 435, of all
kind., made at the .hottest notice. •
All orders left at Non 31 and 84 WATER arretrr i
near Liberty, will be promptly attended to. ,
surThe members of this tint being synetioninte.
names. of many year.' experience in their Deanna
will hums to et* ootkractiort m erery'reerpeet.
We an. &!t, agents for Only, icluTbati A Co.`!
FIE AM PUMP, for primping Stator, Crndeopd Re.
lined Oils, kn. dee:ly,
The ‘mdeungnors will pnrchiss,ln open market,.
Cavalry Names forth* United litstes service. no
Hones to /whom Mean. (16) - slMsen (D 3) baods
high, framllm (5) to nine (S ) yrariofsde; compactly
bulls, in goal flab and frealsOurall deft's.
Homes will be incensed, subject- to Inspection, ai
Pittsburgh, Pa., from the let to. the 16th of 3,6.1.133.
ber; and atColumbus,. Ohio, from Shelf th to the
POth of November.
,B: u HALM, Capt. lit U. S. Ca
FIELDING LOlM 4 ,4: l apt.*: l l..Q. X. ;
olG.lhrtlaarT Citalrp Bantam
pROPRLETARY AND REVENUE
STAMPS, of alt denemlnitlots. Altatsupply
teDt coturtanlty oz, 'bend, at the Internal Ravenna
011Ine, No. 07 Water
,irtreet, met door to riry Thew
wry, Allegheny. • • DAVID 11.11111 M
. of Internal Benninte,.4ld Dlet.
Note—Lertere thong be! dYyfele.4 In AUKlbelli•
.DU LICA Di, MERMAN' Ar. , C0.13 tliThi
14, 4 4.
A-. • Emimi a :lliikai:link 4 =, abd Am
'BM an Mt a Olin to Ay, roam
Bidtzortolid load- , for oak. itellOthito sua Par
chum, by . H. WILLUMS & CO..
solthis Wood street, wtaer of Third.
;IIJj: ; A
H . E.IsilY G. HALE & CO.,
Fall and Winter' s cock,
And it, iDi their Erten& and the public to eznmla•
their etoct, settle eke *wet sod most complete
ever brvag ht to this =alum.
Always . Land, a Lap aasootiosal of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
CORNER OF PZISIN AIM ST. ()LIM STREETS
BAILEY, FARRELL dc CO.,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves,
And. all lands of attlags for Water, Css and Stoma,
AOITATOILS AND TANKS YOH OIL AMINE-
li I WS, Ilned with lead by a new protean.
DUQUFALNE BRASS IVO-ItKS,
CADMAN & CRAWFORD,
Manufattaanrs of • katy rkr iety of flubbed
BRASS WORK FOR FLICK/YETIS, STEAM OR
GAS FITTERS. MACHINISTS, AND
BRAI3/4 CASTINGS, of all deicriptions. made to
order. STEAMBOAT WORN, STEAM. AND GAL
FITTING, and RETA.IRING, promptly attended to.
Particular attention paid to fitting up REFINE.
R/ES FOR COAL AND CARBON OILS.
Alto, Sole Agents for the Western-District of Pen;-
/Tleanist for the sale of RANSIL LAIISDBLL
GO'S PATENT SIPHON PUMP, lbe best ever
vented. Haring no valves it is wt liable to !MGM
of mita, and will throw mom water than any pomp
of twires ite else, apll
CANE AND WOOD CIIAIR,II
Vg7 ecd 09 Third orroat, oppalat. Co..
nod 111 4 , ,artb strnei. Inhlo
p47.2N - TED OCTOBER 8, 1861
OVAL LAXLY' CEIJILIVLN-RICES,
XX FLINT GLASS.
Ores Chimneys ere istan,Vl ter the flat Woe,
htsr lug ell parts of the glass mildly; Aces not expire
Fort Pitt Mesa Works, Washington street,
- e rliDi HALL & CO.,
VAULT FORM?. PLOW WORKS,
Mi-learn:wars and &alert h all the different kinds
of t Y LoWI3, PLOW CA STINGS, SCOOPS, CPT-
T#W3 BOLES. de. With trimmed Wall
ies tor ° huh*" If.• earnestly invitAdeettera to
Warehouse, Cecile &Jig and Ltterty Pittateigh.
T. J. LULL,
McCARGO'j, MARBLE WORKS,
335 1 Lnurarr mulct
Montrments and Grave Stones.
Plarflat ' , sass, aoszarhual AND JOLLWI3-
Keeps constantly on hand
eessoned stock or DECKING'.I3OA.T.:
PLASM, WINDOW !BAAL arm,
8138-SLLLS, JOISTS, SPOUTING, LATTA PAL
INGS, Lc., ko.,
Bo orders Su UsWEIT , STUNT wtOr
promytnenand at 151. fr rata. •
N. B. Persons wanting LONG BE or TM'
LAB are particulary Invited to examine Dia stqrk.
=CP 40^0121a, on Unita atrsot, mar Robinson. ^
HATS AND CAPS I
S LADIES' Err_Tn.ol.
of ofary kind and gudll7-
LADIES' AND MISSZ3' 11E184
To wet fal tastan.
BY WBOLEAthI ABD RATAIL. AT
• • MCCORD &1V0.%
ord7 woo' .t) sism
SPORTMEYS m NIL ARTIOS,
Invitee Sl►s attentfoe of Sportalf ,eu and Otiltlt• to his
satZetic=, tflat. r iity
;j2. 12:11 3 ,. , REV0L1M,
Bitgag tad I'QUO I IM, D efild /LABIA and am
ii.ii,on a .. .idyll:lnd. Wa stools 4* largest emir
trotstbSto thi:` M64"4' 0517
CHARLES L.- CALDWELL, .
( p.., to ' , les Rob** Co.)
rE l l=l
Dealer In BACON, LAID: Mat.
OMOILED MOM &
COB • 7131ESTE.
3711 AE MST p
M. 1 1; A.
tb. ll. l .& . NG or L p l it til
teen &pp:lilted aid: *gest tor the Baled( NI *MI
& BOWS ODZIGINAL OZNINT &2131,00.13.84
PEN. nay tub rocamm'aviett 11 , the to
In the city, atom ` 'whirl are'
Ciaarr:ltaigarr, & Co., I ; &Aare& Co.,
Bio,..anzan- • Inos Czyr TIMM CO
Zoo,PoLasse &Ae-, And other. .
NOTARY 1 . 1171311:10.
Askaowledgtowntsar Deeds Defog Itlcias iiad Affi
davits takes:. Also. Deeds; Mangos," - Articles -of
'Agreeiniint; Lsiises and I.cl Palcqe ist:svry laad
written; • . • mil&dtti
• DASH; 411Nrugggi . ..eggLog, No.
; 44 forrranny t3TBEET, lOU . chug
for cub good UNION SUIT. NOB -f2O; CASK
NEM ALL wart, 5 2 1: - BIACK CLOWSTITT,I36.
A-ndt otcloth aladolzt twelve bows. $1 • -
• G. W. DASIM
N o . 01 amuialListrot - •
Joni 111. BLUR., •
Prepares Ezpuerrihunismos Liao Etrzarscanols.
-.1 " .11 /Auk°, Alaidingr,. ant itiperpteeds.thelr
enction_on iemeoimbla term. .
01fter • ozr Anderiirti sow" betepia,
.litalatuan streets,AtUrebeal.# 44°
400 Ma PEACH BLOWS, wlirrg
MEF.CZE• and Gthge = d who. or- Pon.
TOES, time Now York State: _ : .
Also, lot of APPLE S , dircamini KJ ,05 1
incb as were sold by thy usasyslgssd Int viable.
=l9 113)W19 IMAM= Mkt Diancialt.
Arc now neebring their
Nero. M FORTH EITIMET.
U.LLLYCI COT Al., taDOCRD PUMAS,
.11A9. W. WOODWELIf.,
♦ bewail al . sad .ruled assorizoclat of
189 WOOD =mut
J Amics 309,