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ESTABLISHED IN 1786.
-7 PBOD UCE,:fc. JfILIAWFACTURERS,
CHARLES C. BALSLEY,
Produce and Commission Merchant.
And dealer In ell kin& of COURTBT PIIODUCH,
NO. 179 L133/1827 ETRID3iI
KINOII .1 . 6011/1", Jam. msocuas,
(of the late nrm of D. &D. WDonald Pittabruzb.
& Co., WeMenlo, Ohio.)
M'DONALD & ARBUCIELES, Whole
-LT-1 this Goad!ra, Produce mad Comsodasion Der
(aunts, Jobbers In OOPTIAB, N. 0. DUGAN and MO.
LAMES, lINTINDD SUGAILD a BTBIIPS, PL0172.,
DAWN, TORLCC,),RICE, 01112N8D,
SEEDS, be., Nos. 242 and 244 Liberty street, MAU
SHRIVER & LAZRAR,
DIRODERS AND oonlasslow iliaacliAtturs
Nes. V and V andtbdeld Bt., cor. Second
1011 W 31.1101•14 L 1101•1 1 ..
MACKEOWN & LINHART, FLOCK
awn On,, Ps , roas, Pas:wool awn Comername
Kent:eater% thr the sale of Floor, Grain, Pork, Bs-
COD, Lard, Batter Ease, Cheese, 8v1123,
Grosse, 'Feathers, Batter,
Pot and Purl Mlles,
Emierratrm, Linseed And Lard Oils, Dried and Oman
Frets, Timothy, Clover, flax and Orris Ikeda.
astraneemanta mutt on Corudgennanta.
- sitaly Lthertv drove, Pittabeerah.
No. 271 LEBIAPTT SPRIEST, Pittsburgh
Having parcheeed the Interest of hls late Nutters,
soatintm the business at the old stand, and will
be pleased to modes, the patronage of his old Mends
and customers.. r0p1531
WEBB & WILKINSON, Commtesiox
Illaamemera, Wholeaslo dealers In WICSTEILIe
It/MERV - II 011YESN, DRUID FRUITS, HOTTER,
HOGS, GRAINA .and produce generally. Alm,
LIATIIEJL, BMW, OILS, de., No. SIT Liberty
shircash advancements made. Oonsignmeuta so
IVll.. rt P. B4CI. CO. No. 186 LlB
atrattilittabargh, Ps, Who Tulle trici.
TRY PRODIIa P.ROVERIONS, BAC T ;N t ,
Borrzu, zoos, cuskez, nut, dz., PRODUOZ,
FLOUR, GRAM, 8/DEDB,-' GREEN AND DRIED
71LIIITS, ha, SAVE And LIMB. //DI
TORN B. 'CANFIELD, COSIIIISSION AHD
rIntRAIIDING Mancnewr and wholesale dealer in
WESTERN RESERVE CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
PORN, BACON, FLOUR, FISH, POT AND PEARL
ASHES, SALEILATUS, LINSEED AND LARD
011.18, DRIED FRUIT, and Froth.* generally, Nos.
141 and 143 Front .tree[, Pittsborgh. ea 2
LITTLE. & TRlMBLE,Vholosale Gro
ears and Commission Merchants; dealers in
PRODUCIL FLOUR, BLCON, ORRIC:3I4, FO R
CARBON AND 1.4. 0LL,11103, BAILS, °LARS
OOTTOIi YARNS, .cut Pittsburgh mantifitatimm
generally, 111 and 114 Second etrem, Pltiatough,
P. 217111.73........• B. iill/111111..........U. D.
IOPEYALEI2 & BROTHERS, (successors
to Boymor & Andereon) Whobistale Degas in
SORZIGIS 1211111113, NUTS 'AND BPIOII2I, CON
"TLOTIONERY, BM/1M 1113112 IPOURS, &0., Hoe.,
124 and 124 Wood 'tract, above Fifth, Pittsburgh.
ritTLP SHEPHA RD, Ciimnamom
Vvlicionarrra and dealers to F LOUR GRAIN,
AND PRODIJCB, R0.,24314benty strent, PUtsbniTa•
Choice brands of Flour for Bakers it:kerma4ly 4110
eenstautly on hand. Particular attention paid , to
ALIJA& orders for Merchandisn generally. oofo:dlyr.
OITA RLES 13. LEECH; nous Ain)-
-1 Outs Rearm Am Communes M [MOUNT for
duo mi• of GILfII4, SKIMS, CHEISE,r,IMODUI%
&a., and agent' fur the celebrated Uniontown CF,-
MRST, Nos. Lid Second and ILS First strait - a, ba
tmen Wood and Smithfield, Pistabarab., .4
FRANK VAN GORDER, Produce and
CoaxmlacloaDissebant, dealazin 1/IAUL Btl7-
WC, utmost ; saws; Lem", oliessw
DRUM ANDSMICANSSMiIi, nod pa:dam gene
- Lttarel cash advances as cousigutuutN.
Warehouse, No. 126 ear.ortd stsuat, Pittsburgh.'
10. 10 b Da isti. A1 Groc i eComminnzi
of Country Produce! and Pittsburgh Manufacture.,
No. 249 Libiorty attest, onpodbabsad of Wood ? ittraet,
GEO. B. JONES & SON, °kettle
Grocer. and Boat Fs:rabbet% Aealenla MA.
NIVEL ROM; BAKII1d;OILN, PITCH, and Mb
burgh manufactured articles, No. HI Water West,
above the Monongahela Bridge, Pittsburgh,
ROBERT DILZELL CO., Whale
-IAI tile Gromf,ooolw-won add Forwarding Mar
absata, - atiddeiders hi Produce aid Pittsburgh man
dictums, Liber4 atrW, Pittsburgh.
1...11119.1".....—J01111 SHIRO", WALLACS.
'LAMBERT, BRIPTON & CO., Whole
-LA sale Cirocors aitd Produce Dealers, No. 6, Sixth
rule, Yiti.strorgb. Jal.6
alas WATT R 11.50.11.
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"WATT . WILSON, Wholesale Gro
raris, Commission Merchants, and dealers in
Produce. shidTittiborgh manufactures, No. 1541 Lib
erty street, Pittsburgh. IntO.
SAMUEL LISOILLT, ,0111
LINDSAY TELFORD, Wholesale
.L.jand !GROCERS, FLOUR AND PRODUCE
DEALER/3,18f Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
V.CHOMARER, 14 LAM CoMsflaSION
kJ • aliaaturra and irboloale" dbulars in_ORO. N
CERIES, FLOUR, GRAIN, PRODUCE, Re., o. MP
Libsrtyrtreert., Pittsburgh. • sel3:dif
J. ..... ...... 1.111011.1.
JS. LIGGETT &DO ; CITY FLOUR
. Ina MILLS, corner Liberty and " Adam.
egereePaciti,loo blirele pet day." apn
JAMES DALZEIA. A; SON, Mantas°.
term of LARD OIL, sad Comm Lake ma
e,..uts for the 'peerless sad sale of CRUDE AND
REFINED PETROLEUM, Nos, 69 sad 70 Writer
street, Plttahargh. Attreacei mete cns eatishrthasete.
arx: IL IMP T ..... ..... surcrarist.s.
KiRKPATAUCK & BBC:MILER, 8110-
U i rumors go'Brbwri & Itirlipstricks,
S&LS OItACEIIS, Nag 171 and MS Mort,' steal,
WILLWII 11142 i. r.. 1 Parts. i Dart& Vir cAirDlial,
us.. A. corns, ' t Spada Partner.
MBAICS . COFFIN, soot:lessors to
lid`Clandisto, Meant d Cio., WHOLUAL7t
GEOCEIIB, corner of Wood and Water streets, Pitt.
A. COLLINS, Forwarding luidtiluriSsolon
rbaat sad &War In CHEESE, BUTZ& LAPP
IrIBH, sad produce gonerally, No. its Wood street,
obave Water, Pittsburgh. 4t72
OLLA_ND BIDDLE , successor to no
11 'Yellin &Iron, No. Itta Mal! utme:lPitta
buret, general PII0131:10E, onocztor AND COM
MOWN EBRILLNI. Ccasigusosuts rusy set
fully lolleited: ferefaY '
'ISAIAH - DICKEY & .004 - Wholeeusle
Jt Grocers, Commission Itarchants, sod desienrin
Prodnee, Noe, 00-,Wstor Andid . sod 0 front Weds
Pittsburgh,. ' , •.• !
130. W. DILWOISTS ....JONI! S. DILWOWWI.
J3...DIGWORTH 'Et CO., Wholesale
. GOMM Non 130 and US Second street, near
Elmittanatl, Plttobtorgb. nol
• VMS .tom.
TORN - FLOYD k 4711 k, Wholesate Gro•
em and Comelsstect Illsrehsats„ Noss. 171 k Weed
r - ittidliZnabert*ighset,l'ltistquitb. • ' / 816 •
. CALDWREL, (successor
Waage 'Holmes k Ca.') Pour kACJign and
'satatn PROPlslolol,,sfTeirkert and front
rtrtatAllttstrorgh. , - -. - ine
(stmccosor to Jack
ajwat.:l2 W ilffE Tcromoulo,)l43' rtm. PA str.,
CREIt t n anddeal-
of :PROVISIONS, Zito. 12 Pawlh .
Vartris st. ram
VOIGT.,k. - CO., ottoccessors to
• Ti. 0. Graff, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
. MERCHANTS 4 247 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
ANY I. 110943..-
HOUSEU It C 0.9. 9 Wholestdo
er GROCERS AND COMMIRSIONIdERCH&EPLE,
corner of Suilibtaid and Watzr stmts. Pittsburgh.
000 — K; PETTI 4t CO., Commission
ILI Merchants, and dnlas In PRODUCE, FLOUR.
BACON, WOOL, ORLIN. 4e., 'Pardthllald
!ecrest, Pittsburgh:. Anyttly
AIDWARD HEAZELTON. Wholesale
AUvatoont AND commisnoit gramarr,
Aid corner of Dm Diamond. No. 10,
I BA t A ' , N .legale
Grocer, No le and 21:1 Wood Weer, Pitta
erg, Imparter of SODA. ME, No. 273 Liberty
street, rlttsbmiti.,- : . • m ba •
241:0311'05rit ifTEWA.HT 17.5 - 1
No", let Wood time; Putoorgb. ;. ;
k4-,15-k.'w. J 514
DUQUESNE BRASS WORKS,
CADMAN & CRAWFORD,
Mariofictaren of mry misty of &abed
BRASS WORN YOU PLUMBEIIS, STEAM 01/
GAB 'imam MACHINISTS, AND
MUSS OUTINGS, art MI Mewl?. ttoua made to
order. STIaItBOAT 'WORK, STRAIN AND (Lo
nna% an& REPAIRING, promptly attended to.
Pattlotdar". attention paid to Swing up BIESINTI
RIES FOIL COAL AND CARRON OILS.
Also, Solo Avian for the Western Dfstrtet of Pearl -
tyleastla for: the oats of MARSH, LAUSDHLL &
00.'S.PATIFNT SYPHON POW, the best IMO te
nanted. Having no value It In not HAMA to Let out
Grantor, and will throw mure water than soy PtauP
tertwite dee IPTS
JOHN HALL a: CO.,
VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS.
klannfeetnrers end denten In all du dlittresa kinds
of PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, SCOOPS, CBT
TING BOXES. he. With greatly increased far tit
tles for doing briefness, we earneetiy Invite dealers to
gine us a call. Manarctory, Terepenatcatilt..
Warehouse, Cecile alley and Liberty St.,Pittsb'gh.
T. J. HALL,
oe2:Oro JAB. J. MEOWS.
W... ICACESIffrOgrt P. „HAM.
MAUKINTOSLI, HEMPII.ELL & GO.,
khd O'llira street', ncar the City
Water Wqrkiti PI ttsborgh„besomfacturare of MACE
INTOS/14 ITEELPILILL'S IMPROVED OSCILLA
TING Sir...sx-EigotNri AND SIDE VALVES, of
et .ire! 4.2 buttitsl4.7_,
Ravi* pattlylnaiddtiety of large capacity and of
Um bestlncll L InwtiZeparod so do heavy Job
bing, and oO.i mintic le line, trusting that by
promptlembiad tiott ter of our work, to merit
public pedrosiggr;-7, , :::: .
IV* Invltmspecial'itiention to our BALANCHD
VALVE osculAwya.ransEs, so combining
advantagnalsaintOtorn tutattainsd to this chow of
BLACK DIAMOND STKEI, WORKS,
EARL BROTHER & CO.,
BEST QUALITY IUIPINED OAST STKY.L,
gams., Pitt sad Octagon, of all .to. Warranted
equal to any haporaid or tosnufactared to this eam•
tr CL" Mot and warshcruss, Nos. 149 and 151 FIRST
mad 190 sad 11211ECONDLITRIIRTS, Pittsburgh.
WILLIAM BARNIIILL & CO , Boit.aa
Mahon and Sheet Iron Workars, PENN .
STREET, Nos. 20, 22. 24 and TO. Ihreing scoured a
hireyard and furalshtd It with the meet ireprowed
• teidnes7, 'we are tetad I. nausufacturt every
deuriptloa- BOI L E RS. la the beat manner, and
• e 4 inns' to. aay mad. In the eountey.
. :is gt YIS, BRIG IIY I7, FIRS BEDS, STEAM
PIPES, LOCONOTIFB BOILRBS, CONDESSERS,
SALT PANS, TANKS, OIL STILLS, AGITATORS,
SETTLING PANS, BOILER IRON BRIDGES,
SRGAR PANS, tad solizasztufacturars of BARN.
KILL'S PATENT MO/MULL Repairing done on
the shorted notice. dtlB.ll
BRITANNIA AND 13RA813 WORKS
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
(Iluccemn. to Oils Neirtea.),
Manufacturer/ of OASTOB IFIANCES, MCO9, CUPS,
LADLE% And ,ao,..varialy at BRITANNIA
ankle. Also; 0.1. N, OIL LAMP BURNIIIIB
and LA-TIP BRAWN! tramalty, No. I Second
ALLENM oatimcK h . (X)., VALLEY
liErWatalugua, SD LIBERTY STREET,
Manufacturers of COOK, PARLOR AND HEAT
ING STOVES, PARLOR AND KITCHEN GRATES,
HOLLOW WARE, etc., Stool and Gls.= Moulds,
Mill Cutings, Mill Gearing, Gas, Water and Ar
ta. Pipe, Sad Irons, Dog Iron; Wagon Barre, Su
gar -Kettles, Pulleys, Hangers, Car Wheels, Conpl Inge
and Outing. generally. Al" Jobbing sod Machine
CaiMup. =de to order, Patented Portable BIEL
nrlthiksaba ortllonesPoEur.• 5•..1
JOSEP4 Y, 44011T,WN & ( Xl,*
Our. FIRST A.1:11 LIBERTY STS., nubs, gb
SCII4IIOII. STILLIf EINGI2CrB. mAcausERT, ac
SEVERANCE, No. - 53 WATER ST.
Se Pittateash, tuanzfacturer of BOUM .11fVfilli
, WEOPOIIT SPIRREI, common and railroad, of orrery
Particular aired or shaped 1371tE8 and iiPrZTB,
Unto or mall. =do to L ordar at abort make. A
Foal assortment constantly csibstui. mr9na_
- WELLS, -RIDDLE it, CO., No. 215
V Y Marty- street, capon**. Sloth, Pittsburgh,
tnanufactoom or WHIMS, SASHES and SWITCH
ES, anK.d atery description of LEATHER BRAIDED
Orders solicited from the trade, and goods prompt
ly shipped es per lustroctloos. Leg:ly
D& W. BEN - NETT, Manufacturers of
. WHITE STONE CHINA and CSEAN COL
01Eta and 'Nazi:ham at No. 74 TIFTIT STREET,
JOMI 1FLUM1.....11,11Z W. 111 , CAX1.1.r.S8
WIMOS, CARR A: CO.,
(core Mc% Payne fh.,) .
Whoßeale dealers In TOILEIG2I 'AND DOMESTIC
DIIS GOODP,;IiO. W Wood stroot, third house ab.)rn
btarrronl 'Wry; Pitteturgb.
tr. hum.. J. LTI6II le•00/........31.1 rxrroa.
.4 CO., Dealers in
11 FOREIGN AHD DOIII9ITICYHBY GOODS, No.
144 Fedora! street, (second door below new Market
Moose,) Allegheny City. Ad& I y
ATON, MACHU)! .3c CO., WhbleArde
ALA sui itetsii.Draion. In nUhalni l 39, EMMI I OI.
DEBITS and DRY GOODS, of every description,
-Nos. 17 And 19 rib b street, Pittsburgh.
UXI' & GLYDE Wholesaje and
BMA Dation in ADD STAPLE DDY
GOODS, ritAIEUNGS, tr., garkrt, rtrect,
!levant Diamond gudrottrtit Pittsburgh. .
BURCHFIELD, (suooesnor to
es • Burchfield & Ore,) Vilotecili and %still Dealer
In STAPLE AND ?SNOT DST' GOODO.Northcart
rainelorlroarlb and BLOW' -strieb, Pittsburgh.
TO JlO Whol o and Re
tan Dealer In all kinds or TRIMMINGS, DRY
GOODS, ko., Nos. 77 and 79 Market stroot.
JV. BARKER lit CO., Dealers ,in all
• wadi of DAT GOODS, No. Put.O. tenet
toureen Tidrd and rmtb.
IL ' ALMEB, No. S 4 Woo& Street,
Dialer In BONNETS,' HA?S , STRAW TBlffi-
ItiliGkand STRAW CIOODS generally.
QI3ION JOHNSTON_, Dent& in PURE
kJ DBMS AHD •CDZIMAIR; , PERIMMIRY,
YANCI,GOODS.DDBIII2IO XLIIID, OILS, ZAN
ILY rtlanang, Como quality,
whian S a offal at lowest priers.
and autot., Pittsburgh. Prescriptions care
:Wilt Pleillouthrtl l aslthenra.
a• -FAIINESTOCK. &
Ws Diugglits, and manufacturers of 'WEITZ
LEAD AND LITHARGE, nurser of Wuxi and Front
'straits, Pittsburgb. osnr
rroEN •P, Wholegale Do 1:r in
DRUBS PALM, OILS, VANNISUZS AND
NYE SWIM, No. 290 Liberty 'Meet, Pittsburgh.
Ail • • era will remise prompt attention.
TIR...GEORHE H. KEYSER, Entggist,
- AA 16.'140 Wood Moot, ootroo of VhWn
-r GARDINER .A.MFFEN, Agent for
• rranklin.phngelptibi iu:24.Bellenos leguranco
Comps:deo, Northtist cortoi Wood and Third eta.
ItT P. JONES, Agent North America,
. State of Pennsylvania,' and Itartiord Inmr
ance Cerapantes, 8T Water street.
AMIJKL. RVIA). secretary Citizens' In•
...Ines Com • Tygotzer Market and WWI. Ma.
Frd. GORDON,Seeretary Western In
• same. Conspaay,o2 Water West.
'BOOK, Seeretnry_Allegheny In
C"44.7. 87 Tim. amt.
IFIARIArrE BLUME, Deafer in MU.
agent for KNANF, it CO.'S PIANOS, ;NAMES
WSOS. PIANOS, and' PSISIMI A CO.'S MELODE
ONS. N 0.13 Plilhatreet, nocond door above Wood,
Pittsburgh. Plano* to tat, and taken in enikange
for new. aple
TT RigBER & BRO. Dealers in MU-
0.810 AND MOB WITRIIMENTS, ASO
Ws scants lb? STELNWAYI3 CIUMBRATIID
AN Wed; Pittibdrkh, iiygp
N.O YUMA 11131001 1 0 2111 . ie„ leo. *Mood 4.,
INOWlAMltOarikstroot and Disaantallay, MO's.
i °4 ac , 2rikl- - ZE''- -- ; ,, v;:l 7 l.'a , aildzr - a - a - WZl'ar!;
00:410/.1/44 , ..4
7,151 • WW1
PITTSBURGH, SATURDAY MORNING, NOAMB
ER. 14, 1863.
SATURDAY MORNING--NOV. 14, 1868
TERMS OF THE GAZETTE.
Maim Emmy; by enall, p year--. 10 00
" Wank oopier...— a.
➢rmawo ElDrllo3l, br mnfl, pm. year......... 4 SO.
Proucum Barrios. apple eosilme. per peer ! CO.
• " &r of II tO." —1 M.
" dabs 010 er more ... 1 23.
--end ate entry to the part, win* .tab. 133 r
dub of 3fteau. ..'uol send the Betatron Warn
dell). For Fora dub of twenty, we ertil mead the
Muumuu Geentiitally. Bhaole coulee, 3 *We.
1212, All suieesipthlus **det advaNce, nod papery
always stopped eaten the tine outdates.
An Important Railroad Line.
The Danville (Ky.) Tribune says that it h
decided that the Danville junction with the
now military lino of Railroad will be located
at Knob Lick, about five miles from the
town, and that the work is progressing finely
and satisfactorily. The recent guerrilla raid
through that section scattered the laborers to
the four winds nearly, but they have all sumo
reported for duty. There are between See
hundred and six hundred hands at work be
tween the points of Milledgeville, in Lin
coln county, and Banging Fork, a distance of
only about two miles, and . in the same pro
portion along the proposed route. Tho road
has already been located from the junction
referred to above about nineteen and a half
miles south to Flint's Mill, and the prelimi
nary line reaching to Cumberland rtvor, by
two routes, ono leading through Somerset and
the other leaving Somerset to the right about
eight miles, mining to the ravine of Back
Creek. All confidence is felt in the earliest
prosecution and speedy completion of this
most important thoroughfare.
If this line ware but completed to-day, as it
should have been had the sagacious recom
mendation of it to Congress by President lax
coLx been attended to by that body, we should
now have no trouble about accusing oar pos
session of East Tennessee.
English View of Napoleon in 3lexleo.
Ve boast that the world is getting more
moral, and eo it is as a whole. The average
of mankind are getting better, the average
even of politicians are getting better, and eo
farthe world Progresses. But on the other
hand the extremes of good and evil are
not narrowing to a focus of goodness, and
meekness, and gentleness, but they are getting
wider asunder—further apart in each genera
tion. The good are becoming better and the
evil worse. in political life this is most easily
traceable. No doubt Louis. Napoleon is not
a Nero, but yet he boldly slew more men
wantonly and unjustifiably in his coup d'etat
than perhaps Nero dill to secure his power in
the same spaced time. Still Napoleon boasts
that in civilisation ho stands on a far higher ,
level than did the ancients. And yet .when.
the record of his public life comes to bo ' writ
ten out fairly, it may well be doubted Whether
his character for faith, trutlifulnem„fintegrlty
and all else that we boast upon in this .sge,
will not appear such as all the betfai' , elass of
the Roman Emperors of two thousand years
ago would have scorned as unworthy of even
ivrtbotant-No. of the London Westminster,
is an article exposing Louis Napoleon'l con
duct in , reganito Idariao,so utterly damaging
to biernputation, that if not fairly answered,
and we do net believe it can be answered, it
ought to be enough to render his rule at least
precarious in France, a country of such refined
and honorable sentiments. It is there shown
that France drew on England and Spain, with
the stipulation most solemnly given that the
independence of Mexico should not be inter
fered with, bat only certain moneys due col
lected. To our Minister, Mr. Dayton, the same
assurances have been again and again repeated.
Crider the protest of jealousy of Spain, whose
expedition sailed first, France sent over four
or five thousand more troops and batches of
now assurances , while yet agents were paving
the way for French advance and conquest.
The pecuniary demands of France are
proved to be a monstrous and greys fraud of
the worst kind, so ludicrous, indeed,:that the
Bes.ian reasons of Catharine for the seizure
of Poland were just and reasonable besides
these French claims. Sir Charles Wyke, the
British Plenipotentiary, thus puts the mat
ter :--" When the Miramon government were
on their last logs, the Swiss house of decker d:
Co., of Mexico, lent them $750,000, and re
ceived in return bonds to be payable at some
future time to the amount of $15,000,000.
Shortly after this outrageous proceeding,
Miramon was upset and succeeded by his
rival, Juarez, oho was under French protec
-lion. Juares refused to do so, but was willing
to pay the $750,000 with five per cent. inter
est. ' If such a claim were good, we at the
North might soon have a bill sent in for all
claims against the Confederate government.
Tho French Commissioners proposed* round
cum of $12,000,000 as " an approximation to
the value of their claim, by a million or two,
more or less:" Next they demand the full
pound of flesh, $15,000,000. This seemed es
little too strong :for England and Spain to
assist in maintaining, and so finally they
withdrew, after coming very near to an open
rupture with the French general, who insisted
en protesting Mira Mort, whilo the English
Admiral indignantly declared he would arrest
him as a robber, for his conduct to English
merchants while in power. dlmonte was at,
the came time going about under the protec
tion of the French, and telling even General
Film that the Emperor had sent him to estab
lish a monarchy in Mexico. Yet at every step
the plenipotentiaries were protesting and
proclaiming that the suspicion that they came
to establish a monarchy was unfounded and
It is charged, if not proved, that the whole
thing was a plot of Napoleon's from the first
to. drew in the concurrence of England and
Spain aid - then insult or slip (Lem off and
seise the price. Tho only way in which Na
poleon can at all save himself in Europe, will
be by abandoning the prize for which be has
paid sedear a price, with all the deeeney he
can. If Maximilian will not take it, let
Franco withdraw from further responsibility,
and lot Jecker .4 Co. slide with their $15,-
AU Important Southern Item.
Wo find in late. numbers of the Raleigh
Standard, which have come to band, that the
rebels artfeenstracting i railroad connection
between Danville, in - Virginia, and Greene
borough, North Carolina. 'lt seems that about
'fifteen miles of the road have been completed,
and that the rare •rc expected to run through
—a distance of about forty-flue miles—by New
Year's, or at fiuthest, by the Spring. This
is a highly Interesting feet, as it opens a now
lino of communication between Richmond and
the Southwest, over the North Carolina Cen
tral railroad. But it is not probable that the
road will be completed at the earliest day
named, so that If Weldon can be seized by
our forces an, time during the Fall or Winter,
the rebel forces will be cut off from supplies
b,yrail, beyondl the Northern boundary of
North Carolina; or, in other words, they will
be limited to such lean pickings as. can be
found in the wasted fields of Eastern and
Southern Virginia. By all means let Weldon
be seised.—Warbiagem Republican.
Tne gold region on the Chandiere river in
Upper Canada le attractingeomiderable atten
tion. Capitalists from Now York and Boston
are making investments there. A trnet of
between 60,000 and 70,000 acmes of land in the
township of Dorset, county of Beaune, has
been purchased by a parrs from New York,
who propose to work the mines in a eyslem
alio and ecientik.manner. A Canadian gen
tleman hes hiker' an aim la New VOrk for
rba purpose of selling .fheei lands, and raising
_capita to develop and troikas mhos.
GNU Meade' Mew Campaign.
The advance of Gen. Meade, says the N. Y.
nate, If pushed with the vigor the occasion
demands, should disturb the rebel plans for
an offensive campaign in East Tennessee. It
was the avowed belief of the rebels, in their
late advance movement in Virginia, that the
destruction of the railroad would so embar
rass the-Union army that the season aVaila
ble for active operations this Fall would be
consumed, and that a small force would serve
to cover Richmond, permitting heavy de
tachments to be made from the rebel force in
Virginia to reinforce their army in Tennes
see. It must be acknowledged that past ex
perience quite authorized them to form this
conclusion, for every one of our Virginia cam
paigns has been followed by a long period of
quieseence. Bat this time they have reckoned
without their host. Gen. Meade, in place of
waiting for the completion of the railroad, to
enable him to resume his former front of op
erations on the Culpepper line, has, by a well-
Waned movement, eiTected a change of Lase,
(that is a change of secondary hase,) and
planted Lie - army south.of the Rappahannock.
thus transferring operation to the Fredericks
burg line, and enabling Lim to draw his sup
plies by way of Aquia Creek.
Of course. the value of this move, ar.l the
bearings it will here on the rebel plans, will
depend entirely on the aincerits of his subse
quent operations. If the move is intended
merely as a feint, and designed to lead to
nothing farther, vro doubt If it will be pro
active of tonic of any value. Lee Is him
self too. aid ...hard at such stratagems to be
greatly disturbed by them. lie will, no doubt,
test thoroughly the eharnetar and aim of tits,
mrvement, and if it, be anything short of a
vigorous offensive to , warcl.i Richmond and the.
rebel army, the 'Richmond chiefs will feel
free to go on with; Abair Western projects .
But if the action Of Gen. Meade bp such as
to show ho Is really In earnest, they will be
very chary of further depleting the "Army
of Northern Virginia."
The announcement of rebel movements in,
East Tennessee and the capture of two of Gesti
Buntside's advance posts and their garrisons,
shows that Gen. Mends is not a moment toil
soon in his advance, and seems to indieati
that the rebels are already putting in exemai ,
tion the design so emphatically announced•
driving Burnside out of the important rogl
he holds. Vigorous and rapid work in Vi •
ginia is the only diversion that can be te ,
in his favor, and this is most imperial ' '
demanded. It is understood that Gen. hi o•
has had carte blanche tooperate, this time, mlfh
reference purely °ad simply to military eca
siderations. If ho Was really as greatly e a
gritted as was reported, at his failure to n
battle out,of Leo during the late camp s n,
he will now have a chance to make the opuor
ExcelsiOr, and no Mistake.
We have sometimes thought that Mr. Long
fellow had a sin to answer for, beeauso be
wrote a beautiful lyric which had the efent of
subjecting the above word from tho Latin to
all manner of vulgar cues and vile atom* It
had been so used and abused ter ye:mai that
we feared iLhad no hope in all the future. It
had aufferq both in civil and military Itfe, till
we thought its life, for all reasonable of cred
itable purposes, was utterly worn out, #ll its
character lost beyond redemption. But while
there Is life of any kind, there is hope—as
:witness this word "excelsior" heneeforth.
Bead the following:
The New York Excelsior Brigade, repre
senting six regimentt, but reduced by the cas
utilities of the service to 2,500 menj only
1,500 of whom are present on duty, offer
through their commander to re-enlist in a
body for tho war ' on the simple conditions that
they be allovred to return to New York City
for sixty days to recruit their thinrod ranks,
and that, when reorganised, it be as v brigade
of mounted infantry. The officers of-all the
regiments guarantee that their commands will
all re-enlist, and that, by the sth of January,
the brigade will return to the army %DUO
Wars will the English learn ho to write
correctly about this country? A very friendly
ptee•, the Daily News, reviewing Hawthorne's
book, says very compassionately that our
"national life has been too short" for the
formation "of a homogeneous character"
among our people. We should like to know
what homogeneity there is among the British
people, though a thousand years old, eons
posed of Welshmen who cannot speak Eng
lish, of Irishmen always In revolt and forever
at enmity with their rulers, of Scotobmen
who are distinct in lialect, manners and cus
toms, and even now are not too fond of the
Sassenachs ? How much of this Is there in
the English counties of Yorkshire, Hent,Corn
wall ? The truth is, there is far more homo
geneity In the United States, notwithstanding
its short national life, than there ever has
been in Great Britain, from the time of the
As Instance of remarkable musical precoci
ty, equalled only in the instance of Mor-srt, is
the theme of general conversation ip Paris.
A boy ten yetis, of ago, Henri Perry, Instruct
ed by his sister Antoninc, aged sixteen, has
composed a mass, which has been executed
with great success. These precocious youths
are the grand children of Biagioll, the com
mentator of Dante and Petrarth, who long re
sided in London.
AN ingenious person has discovered that
the three most forcible letters to our alphabet
are N R Id; that the two which contain
nothing are 31. T; that four express great
corpulence, 0 B C T; that two are in a de
cline, D K ; that four indicate exalted station,
XLNC; and three excite our team,. yet,
when pronounced together, are necessary to
a good underst9ding—L K. G.
Tile Boston Traveller ran account for the
political blunders of the Democrats which
have converted the people into sextons for
their burial under the dust of defeat, only on
the supposition that they have been joined
by the remnants of the old Whig party, a
party that used to prepare the way for its own
dissolution as often as an important election
OILICCO, C1141.4R5, NC.
SiUTT AND TOBACCO kuonrecrruntn,
18 AND 18 CHANDDRB 1117719H1,
(Formerly U Math= Anal, N. Torl4)
Would WI dm attention of dollen to the article* of
Ma manufacture ,to.
Ifseaboy, Tine Reppeek, Coarse Rapp** ' Ameriren
ClealSemen, Demiiroe, Pure 'Virgin* Nachltoetioe,
TICLLOW EN err.
Scotch, l Ttgh Town Scotch,l ris h nigh 'raid or
Dondyfoo, Sonny Dew Scotch, Froth Honey Snitc h,
• AtionVon Is called to the lame redaction In yrlce•
ef TineTlnt Obeying and Smoking 7obaccae, which
will be Ibund of • =prior quality.
ihroxiira—Lonib No. 1, No. ; Nos. 1 and I colas&
Norm Chia OBTWLIIO-Ir. A. L., ar plain - OBTIM.
dish, or Saint; Easeat scented Oronoco ; Tln foil
Seamono-8. Jaws, Spanish, Canaster, Turkish.
N. 13.—A cicadae of puked; will be ma td "on applica
tion. .apl 1y
B. 1111'001.1..11! . .z..-....,;:•-. Casa a Sala.
M COLLISTER & BAER,
Knnofnotmlni and doer. In .11 kind. of
TOBACCO, SNIITT AND CIGARS,
NO. 108 WOOD - . 6173HET, Prrrumuni. pc,
Karp anudantly on hand a largs-varlaty of l'fpni
and Emoting Tabacom my 1y
"LYON A RNSTR AL, IMPORTER
1-A 'AND DIALER in the inert Weer brawls of
GENVINE CIIGAILS, and all iamb o
SMOKING AND = HAVANA ram° TOBACCO, SHIITE, f
FANCY AINIBSCIIIAITM PIPES, TUBES, So.,Aes,
Ttongarlaty, IMMO?, THE BT. CHARLES HO
EN.'ll.___Murgi' !trolled on liberel terms.
wP. MARSHALL, Dealer, in 'WALL
• PAPSVP, PORDSW, le ., No. 8T tisfoo4
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OURDISPATCH.DELPIILI SPECIAL DISPATCH.
i-ices from Richmond.
THE; JOHNSON'S ISLAND SCARE.
Tilt MANGE OF REM COIDIANDERS.
NEWS FROM EUROPE.
moliraLm Akin UNION MT REBELMIERALS
gltslßlspateliso Cu Pittsburgh Gantt.
Pattanutruts, Nov. 13, 103.
',/. he Richmond Errissiocr is before me. It
admits the defeat of the rebels otrthe Rappo
hictinock, in which Roke's and Rays' divisions
i were raptured. It contains an advertisergOnt.
I 0) ° a lady who wants to sell privately a black
raerino dross, in good order, fot s2so—tbo
i +riser going out of mourning. Also, that
I *wealthy calico of Atlanta has given $7,500
11;0 the poor of that eity. The Examiner says
s that is about $7OO, It is rather a sorry t r do
lion with flour at $75 per barrel.
The story of the rebel plots hatched in the
- iiish provinces to deliver the prieoners on
idialasuion's Island, in Lake Erie, and burn
:Ruffs& end Ogdensharg,Ls a grand scare.
. The International treaty allows bat ono
'armed steamer to each government On the
'Lake. Hence the basis for the story.
1 Gen.. Lee new commands at Chattanooga,
Gen-Bragg has been sent to Mobile, and Gen.
Longstreet commands in Virginia. This is re
We have interesting news from Europe.
Some excitement &listed in England over a
rumor that the rebel rams would be taken out
of the Mersey by force. Orders were sent to Ply
mouth to send war vessels roued to Liverpool.
The iron plated frigate Prince Consort and a
gunboat proceeded to the Mersey. The latter' is
lying opposite Mr. Laird's yard, ready to start
nt a moment's notice.
Advices (rein the West Indies report that the
rebel privateer, Georgia, off Falmouth, dams
els, on the 13th ult., to said to have captured
• steetmer the same evening.
The London Morning Star Maws that the
Emperor Napoloon informed Mr. Dayton that
authority for constructing rebol iron dada
in French porta has been withdrawn.
Since the war eommenced twenty-nino
Union and thirty rebel generale hare been
killed in battle or died of wounds.. Eleven
Union and thirteen rebel died of disease.
Eighteen Union and thirteen rebel hare re
sig,uod, and two Union and one rebel dismissed
from the Berrie°.
Na Important change in the army or the Po
tomac. Our troop occupy the old battle field
of Ceder Itountain.
Immense trains of snpplies from Alexandria
are going to the front. The railroad Ls being
pushed rapidly ahead, and will be opened to
the Rapidan by Monday night.
The Maistichusctis election returns are in
from all but twelve towns. Ore. Andrew's
majority is 40,752.
In the late disastrous affair at Hodgenville,
Tennessee, the troops of General Burnside
were overwhelmed by superior numbers. Five
hundred men, four gone and thirty -six wagons
kit into the hands of the enemy. •IV. y. J
LATEST FROM MEADE'S ARMY
Stuart's Carairy Handsomely
CONDITIA OF TEE REBEL SOLDIERS.
OLD CEDAR MOUNTAIN BATTLE-
FIELD IN OUR POSSESSION.
LEE STILL WITH HIS ARMY
CLARK ANI TlloauLtiliFAllE MOUNTAINS
OCCTFIED BY THE REBELS
The Rebels Strongly Posted on the
Naw Yonn, Nur. 12.-Specials to the Thnei,
from 'Washington Nov. 12, say Detach
ments of infantry and cavalry this morning
handsomely thrashed Stuart's cavalry near
Mitchell station, three miles southwest of
Culpepper. The rest of the army is quiet.
We now hold all the ground In Culpepper
county we held AI weeks ago.
The rebel soldiers are well foil. Through
their now winter eampi, on the south side of
the Rappahannock, our advance guards found
scattered about numerous tin cans, once filled
with prepared meats and vegetables, and wore
interested to find on them Baltimore and New
Lee's troops are hard by for shoes and
clothing. Clothes and leather are economised.
Lee's purposes to waiter between the Rappa
hannock and Rapidan are further proven by
their preserration of the railroad connect
ing the two rivers, but the rebels on their .re
treat acrestfathe Rapidan destroyed the rail
road bridge which spans that stream.
Surgeon General Hammond is wholly exon
erated from charges of malfeasance in <Ado,
and will soon resume charge of kfeade'e De
partment of the army.
The Tribune has the following :
fisadquoiona Array of the Potomac, Noo. 12.
—A few Shots were sent after a body of rebel
scouts yesterday, to the left of Culpepper.
Otherwise sills quiet.
There is no truth in the rumor that Lee has
left the army of Northern Virginia. At the
camping ground, which was our headquarters
of Tuesday, near Brandy Station,the citizens
had been with him, and several envelopes ad
dressed to him were also found.
. . .
There was a cavalry reconnoissance made
in tad nightie within a few mtlesof Madison
Court Rouse. No live rebels were found; the
bodies of four dead ones, killed by Kilpat
rick in his late advance upon that village, lay
upon the ground where they fell.
Clark. and Thoroughfare mountains are
again occupied as rebel signal stations, and
nearly every movement of Mende along his
entire front can be clearly seen from these
natural lookouts. The rebel earthworks at
Barnett, Rappahannock and Germania fords,
thrown urin October, are being enlarged and
strengthened, and a line of cilia-pits extends
farther en the hills. It is thought hardly
possible that Meade will attack theserstrong.
holds in front.
New Yoga, Nov. 13.—A headquarter dis
patch, dated Nov. 12, to . the Hcrukf says:
A large reinforcement of wrkmen and several
out load el ties and rails came up to-day for
the complblion of the railroad to Culpepper.
The railroad will be working to Culpepper
and the Rapidan by Monday.
CAB quiet It the front except the movement
of our troops.
We eceepy, with a 'strong infantry . tome
the old battle-field of Cedar Mountain to:
night. 1 .
The Herald's Washington special says:
Affairs at front remain unchanged. The
robots are strongly posted on the Rapidan,
evidently awaiting an advance of our troops.
Advicos from Pensacola state that the fever ,
which was unusually fatal had abated. Of
300 cue*, more than 70 failed to recover..
The Marine Guard lost ono lieutenant and
Foreign News-Alm Rebel Vessels Con
structing in France—Rome to be
Evacuated by the Freueb...alle Ja
pan Aralr.-Markets, etc.
Nair Your, Nov. 13.—W0 have the follow
ing additional news by the steamer Bohemian:
The ILforaiay Sear announces that the
French Government has informed the railed
Ettatas Minister to France, that the authori
sation for the constrnction of certain vessels
of war, now proved to be building in France
for the Confederates, end. for certain cannon
and munitions of war for their armament, had
been withdrawn, and the partiCs engaged in
the business had been warned of the danger of
prosecuting the work in France.
Rumors are current that the French army
world soon evacuate Rome, leaving only a
garrison a Covita-Vecteia, and Spain would
send 10,000 troops to Rome.
Jaras.—Detailed accounts received of the
English bombardment of Sangano, Japan.
say that seven vessels were ongagod, includ
ing two frigates. The British lost thirteen
kided and fifty wounded. Tho forts monntod
03 guns and marten. The chips wore 450
yards from tho forts, without land force. Ad
miral Keefor could do nothing farther, arid as
SSIUM-111 evinced, no desire to r...gotiate the
ilea left far Yokohouts to re-fa. The ob
ject of the expedition yea as far from being
gained as ever, and if the Japanese remained
obstinate, a large army would be neeessaryto
Tho Bourse continued henry: Routes de
clined to 66f 90c.
L.cerpool, Nor. •.—Cotton buoyant, with :an ad
vance of ;:.A:e4d, market closing simnewliat
Broodstnila steady. Flour quiet and stwil). Wheat,
firmer, at 7@lod. Corn, upward tendency; tidos at
ltd far mixed.
Lovrpool.—"the provision market el steady; Beef
shanty; Pork quiet and steady; Bacon easier. Pr• -
duce Market—Lard is quiet; tallow dull; auger trade
downward; coffee easier; tea quiet and steady.
Load., CM. 9.—Broaden:4s Arm but quirt; sugar
tending downward; coffee in easier; tea is quiet
for common Onagos; tallow quiet; petroleum tends
upwards; Illinois Central Shares lii;o; Erie Aare.
6.5 , 3. ii; Consols 9; no fresh arrival of Zorn.
Lire-pool Cott. Marie C—We him rather a small
attendance at this morning's markets; wheat I< quint
but firm—fine maalitlus command a slight advance;
flour unchanged' oat. without change; corn it ettLL
bell firmly at w ean.
LIMIT COXIMIZIAL IMJI.IIII,3IIAS
Laterpoot, Oci.3o..—Ootten irregular and advanced
c iX j ,d for !alma descriptions,
and rican un
the auth oeod
orized theri l zer
Orbnns middling 79%, Mobile . .!:e4, upland,
The stock of cotton In pore It 104,0ukt balm, of which
51,000 batman American. Breadstrffs quiet and
steady. Prorialons dun. Lord still declining. Con.o.le
for money MY, Oentral 61111S11 dis
count. Rye 13.(Et68.
Nrw Toni, Nov. 73.—T1k0 steamer Asia
has arrived, with Liverpool (fates to Oct. 31st,
Fleury Ward Beecher came a passenger on
The Persia's news had little effect.
Much surprise is expressed at Reseerans'
Cherbostrg, Oct. 30.—The pirate Georgia ar
rived here to receive victuale and coal.
LATEST.- Oct. 30.—Breadstuff., quint and
steady. Provisions dull. Consols 93c. Il
linois Central 19@18c discount. Erie, 6t G 7.
The Johnson'! lsland Affair.
Clnnismsrr, or. 13.—N0 intelligence rela
tive to the Jphnson's Island affair, additional
to that already telegraphed, has been received.
All was quiet in that vicinity last night. The
Gazette'd special from Columbus says that a
large force of Infantry and two hetteries of
art:llary wore sent there yesterday. General
Cox left Columbus for Sandusky on a special
train Ink night.
Bcirai.o, Nev. 13.—The captain of n pro
peller, from Sandusky, said it was reported
that a tunnel had been discovered from the
prisoners' quarters, on Johnson's Island, to
some woods, about thirty feet distant. Also,
that about six hundred muskets wore found
in the tunnel.
From New Orleans—Rullroad Col-
Now Ton:, Noe. 13.—The steamer Yuoo,
from Now Orleans on tho 4th, has arrived.
A eollision e , ourred on the Opelousas. Rail
road, between two trains, killing from twelve
to sixtian of the Lith regiment, and
wounding nearly •eronty of the eame regi
ment. The other train bad the: filth Illinois
on board, two of whom and some rebel pris
oners wore injured.
There is nothing about the army move
Missouri U. S. Senator Elected.
Sr. Locos, Nor. 13.-11. Gratz Brown, a rad
ical of St. Louis, was elected United State:
Senator, on the first ballot, this morning, by
pl4l. SIONS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
Licensed by the G. B. Government.
103 TITTII STEMS', 3d door below the Cathedral.
Pennsylvania Soldiers emit of the moo tams, Fria
am Ohio &Were, and Wast Virginia Soldier+, can
bare their Ponsione, Bounty and Back Pay second
at thin office.
Circulars will be re nt ghing full Information to
the Palates, or to damped Soldiers' Holm allowing
who are entitled to tka Penalon, Bounty and Back
Pay, and the osannor of securing the sung bY
c =to u r n o u r i ln o, para m.t.d oa..
PENSIONS, BoUNTY, BACK PAY.
H. C. MACKRELL.
ATTOANNY AT LAW AND CLAIM earsT,
Itio. Ili FIFTH 918.017, Prretanzaa
Collections in Allegheny and adjoining comities.
Prcescate BOLDIRES CLATIIII, of every descrip
tion; kir all discharged Soldiers. PEN
SIONS, for wounded . cdscors end Sehnert*, BOIIIiii
TIES and PYILBIONS bar Wleimalle Parents, Ofihii.
Children, Brothars and Sieten, or otber Legal repro.
sentatives of those who have .lied In the lattice, or
tome died after discharge from disease contracted In
SelirNo,cbargeuntil collected, and no latter will b
surind anima a stamp is inclosed. folitilyza
MILITARY CLADR3, BOITNTIES,
ALL PK% - 810N8., BACK PAY and MILITARY
CLAIM.' of nary description, collected by the 40b.
norther at as following rate*, via: Pension/ 51 0 00 ;
all oth er claim 53 60.
C. C. TAYLOR, Attorney at Law.
No. 73 Grant atm; Pitteturgh, P..
N. B. No charges aro made if the . claim • does Dot
sunned, and all informatics given gratis. seCly
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and ads of BAX=I3 NJWICLBIOB RZFRICIZRAi.
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All Inquirlem awfully sasweitid at
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UrANTEII--Iy a Lady . n aituation as .
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ourairbnav - Pestelle, - OrLerthil Dome* sod thirtoon
othernioN'ostfoland endear articles. Inftoso ord•
oolt9ntlaw7, mom t cliAli..lplo4.o,
$7r,~A DIONTIV-1 %mit.
Mil county. at $76 • month
palMs=ll taw amp ,
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Ger. 7 ,,,,..a... ,__ANTEE 311 1.0
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drawrlSOZ ..101;0 orlitkittstritittehlte, with.
Warsaw, as to thahlitiont oc2011(
11NTEDL-44. , Can Boos,
and cans , O Ingteectaumma*L
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P 14.) OS. MUS 7t., ter
has the oossa, t, announce , that heq Di 'Vil
law just returned (rem New Yuri; nit Boa Rh,
be Wu selected from the Factories -
341,111. S 803, El.eltvct P, Erner..,
and others, • splendtd i.lA,ut of PL42loS,.cto
bracirigallstylm of 11126 h, from plain tr .
The. instruments nih arrive durinc
coming week, 2.1 the &LUAU.. of purchas,ni
six,tfully wlicited w item.
as PRIMS Ta SLUT L -EU
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81 WOOD MEET
DECKER~ F l, -~Pi
speaking of Carl Arnli titer rein IN
Cret In New l'orls. ;be cdltor the ,
Musical Devine est ti ' ,. , , / notkee the tolloo im;
markt rho idetrumcnts melt en ads: oven-,..c
*ere of a companallscly new flan, of the. neme
Decker Brothers, and rain very grist Ifying ovlcoo.•
ex.wAlent worktaau.htp and powerflu end
tone. Decker's Prance are undonlncaly Lao [eel
manufactured now to tale ecuntry.c
Bola egrets for Pittsburgh,
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Among pthers splendid OTEINWAT
PIANOS, tho best Pimos in tiu ourld.
CALRNBERG'S N. Y PIANPS, the bqt Plnnoo
ar the price in the 4., , untry.
HALES CO.'S N. Y. CA MHOS, tho al.: PlAnta
to he hod anyarhero.
IL BLEBEIL d BRO., No, r 3 Fifth Or-so,
or 3 Solo.Airooto for the oboes, Mono..
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splowll4 et..:l; of
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A UCTIO✓I' &ILES.
PURE LIQUORS, GROCERIES, To
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14th, at 10 o'clock, will len aohl, on the ('oinn.nr•oc•!
Salim Rooms, 54 Fifth atreot
15 cams pure French Drawls
5 bids. do Ryo 11 look),
5 do do 'Malt du,
st O o n' ung iTf l)
l l i Zr. Teo. 'il;
5 do Oolong Too,
4 boon Ground Chico:
1 do do in Ilsroce;
4 do old Government Java Coif,:
4 do Dandelion and do an;
1. barrel Drini
1 do Split Beiats;
8 Logos Fatuity Windsor Srotp;
do Ctortile Soap;
15 du Pale Yellow Soap:
2 do Spun Roll Tobaro•••;
do Natural Leaf Toby ,
do Nat. Cuter - n.. 11 rho,
10 keg, adz twist do;
2 Las. Cut and Dry Smoking T010rc...4
1 do Turkish
1 do Snuff;
5 do Mackerel;
10 do Bottling;
1 dozon Banditti A 4..-0;
5 du du Ilatchern ;
not! DAVIS S 3101 LW.IINE. !oaten.
added to the sale of Groceries., Llilittir,kc..
SATURDAY 31(ritN1h1:, Nov.l4th, at 11) "'clot k,
at Gin Continolidal Naha Rroma. m rap. 010.0
50 bozo, Engllitt Dairy Cheote ;
Ndo Fresh Lemons;
a do Large Raisin.,
7 do , iround Ginger:
6 kegs do leppc
2 barrels Jerrey Cider }treaty ;
14 caws ' , tench Cordial.
nol3 DAN in .t 71rT IWA INF., Ancers.
VALUABLE STOCKS AT AU(,'Tit)N.
—On TUESDAY EVF.NINE, Nov. 171 h 1163, ac
rsi o'clock, will tic !gni& at the itommereitil Sale.
Eoems, 110. 54 Filth street :
35 !shares Exchange Bank Stock;
7 do Iron City Bulk Stock;
4 de Merchanlif S Manniarturi re' Baia.
4 do Mechanics' Dank Strait:
4 do Western Insurance Co.;
I do Marine Railway Co.;
5 do Monongahela Saving, Dank Stock,
10 do Citizens' Bank Sneer,
nol3 DAVIS o 51i. I ' ,WATNE. A ne'ra.
ISCEL LA NE()US BuoKS,—( )n
.L.TI. SATURDAY SVENINC, Noy. nth. e'
..clock, will be old, at the Comtenr , r! Sales Iloa,
34 Fifth street, a large collection of new and Necond.
Land Miscellaneous Books, in etery deptplient f
Literature, emnprPitig_stacidard and popular authors
in History, Trate* Theolngy, Science, Dallas Lettres,
Sr. Also bound seueof slogatines, and ack"FrAt 7 w. , -
ety of good Novels, front a Priv.Y. Library.
nu= DAVIS 6 kIcILWAINE,2tht.,:I•.
ny GOODS STORE FOR Sta,E, in
flourishing Weetern town on the P. F. W.
C. R. 11., mt o'er 900 mile, from Fittsbnigh, now
doing • largo anti profitable trade. no:rtock
new, and has beenselert.d with r....ferent., the
country trade. In..n been pnrchieed for rash et
lowest market prtcrs.
The prewmt proprietor hal decided to retire from
the trade owing to bad health, end now releaendy
offer, the stock for .ale; aleo the good will of the r:••
tiring party. The house has a large and reepe,tal,te
trade, whh.th can be retained.. The present tooth
will invoice front eel= to ten thotenind dollars, Lot
could Do reduced Ltd.:aired.
ertics h - trig to know the particular. will pleas"
eddreee or call perecatally on
EYDAY k CHORPMTNTSIG,
oelEctf a • 69 Hand Knot. Pittsburgh, Pa.
VOR SAL.—Two superior Cylinder
inches diameter. 30 • feet long,mule
of ?„ , :i loch iron, wrought iron beads
. ?,1, lb.sll-
ers almost as pool m us',
A1.,0 One Portable Engine and Tabular Boiler of
six horse power, 5 tnch cylinder and 12 inch tang,.
Tide Engine has bored one well alri,t 700 feet deep.
and Is admirably adapted to that kind of work",
Baying wood for looomotivem.
Alen, One Engine, h e nry Iron bed plate, 14 !..c
cylinder, 50 inches stroke ; new, with tele.
governor. Well adapted to ran Lit mill
Enquire at H. M. BOLE'S,
earner Point Alley and Inloneene Way,
HOTEL FOR SALE.—The pr9perty
known u HEASON'S HOTEL, eituate oar
-Fourth Street, between Ferry, and Market Street..
The lot 1.40 feet front on Fourth etreet, by'as
deep. The Hotel Is • three 'dory brick, 57 feet
73 fen. The bonen was
.lately built, and le doing •
good bulnets. The farofiura will L. sold with W.
hotel, If required.
Fur farther portlenlare, se to terms, Se., itl,l4llV
of J. W. HALL, No. b 3 Fifth street, or-of j. It.
M.E4NOLI, t o. the promisee.
ritts.lmeod J. B. MEANOIL.
- AWBENCEVILLE INI P ROT E
.11,PHOPEIITY FOB SALE. situate me Butler
street, near Hid - lurks of tho road, .1 lot fronting , •et
Butler street and extending back to Lafayette alley,
On which there to erected two 2-idery . Framo Dieel l-
ITICM-01:10 row, the other nearly an, with tto te-,,e
-nery improvements, all In good order. • The location
for business, &e., bona of the best ilktilff borough.
Torras eery. Apply to ,
CL S. BATES, Commercial Broker,
noll ' Butler stieet, Lawrenceville.
LXU SALE UK LEASE—A large Lot,
1 to Shariwberg, on the Passenger. Railway, tiro
miles from Pittaburgh, do which th•re le u good
Dwelling llortso of nano roorca; alao, several
Enlace, all Wit of brick. 1 well of good cantor in
tfin p[&-plenty of good (milt,. and courenien t to
Charthea turd School nu -
ror particulars address or call on
0, T. GILLfA3I,
Sharpetrarg, Allegheny Comity, Pa.
ROR SALE—A House and Lot on Ful-
JI: ton avert, In the Kith card. Lot 2.5 tot front
tuad winding bock toCrawfortl Wens "Traci. The
holm is a lame. ttro-ttoey brick threllinf,"antanced
trial ride.. ball, parlor, ,liningerooru, bitchsta and
cull bonne on tarsi bee and Lothram
on septa floor; gm sad4atet thtonghont.thiiprem.
ben; goei collar, lino yard. Commanding a alio stew
of the rains, data and. aurronndlnits. ,
troll . B. )ioLAIN & W.. 1u fourth street.
A-FlesteClosa Hotel In Phuadetpaia,
Cetitoilly locate], xlll be to let on J 113161 4. 18(4.
4VFutatlon mule/to rrEtts,
Do3:Cteod . So. 113 South Sevetaltrliret
VC % SALE—AlotSof -containing
Uterus, dinged milre flan . Din:nail Sta
tion. ow the Pirtstmat hOkartoWayse g Chicago
The. abate property ie • iron Cantered. with. good
pang orchard of bearing !Sonya. -This property
will be eon on reasonable tertna..
• Tor farther prutieniaishdderet
odeatit 8. C. KelllklirrgB: Berrien
F OB SALE.--Your Acrei:l4 , Ground
and a Four 713thry anck -Building. Tegius.
Bailin and Machfruirroislf solaptcd tat st Z.2=o
- 100 Stet brigfltost can be laratil l ed fur
ono-halt ilsiatighlta 000 ; 57, 0 1 L T1 :I l i RABA
sag No. te Chant street, Pittsburgh. -