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ESTAtiLiSIIED IN 1786.
G- 11 1?c411AIEgi,JR.RODUCE,Irc.
Produce and . eoiinniasion Merchant.
And drain, In all kin& of COUNTRY MOMS,
NO. in Lateen . fentamr,
n .bast seDovia.N. . a J2to. Maracas,
(of the Late firm of T. D. WDonald PRtaburgh.
A Co., Wellsville, Ohio.)
itirDONALD k AIU3UCKLES, Whole ,
.INI. gale Graters, Producer and Commlesion Mer
chants, Jobber, to Corm., 5.,0: l Btrams.
LASSES, REFINED SUGARSd MON'S. FLOUR.
BACON, TOBACCO, TEAS, EWE, CHEESE,
SEEDS, dm., Nos. 212 and 244 Liberty ,treat.
SIEIRIVER Sr. LAZILA R,
080a1:63 AKD COMIIIMION
Nos. 21 and %. Smith&ld St., cor. Second,
NACKNOWN.. ........ ..... zarsuar.
MACKLOWN Jt LLNIELART, FLotre
AND 01.11 VACTOWI, PRODOON AND COMMINNIOII
31.0BANTS, for the sale of Flour, Orals, Pork, Ba
.Earter, Eggs, Chem, Beans, Tallow,
assas,,Fosthers, Potatoes, Pot and Pearl Ashes,
!Winans, Linseed sod Lard 011 s, Dried and Orris
Frults,llmotby, Clover, 'lax and Grass Seeds.
ckish palmy:meats made m Condßnmrnts, .
'No. Err Mart* street. Pittsburgh.
W . M. GORMLY,
Ho. 271 LTBRRTY•BYREILT, Pittebargb.
Having poroltaaell the Interest of Ma Lai' ruiners,.
will mutilate the balloon at the old stand, and will
be plowed to receive the pearittage of his old Mends
And matotronli. • tiylbat
WEBB -& WILICENSON, C °sot Brim
blzaturarra, dealers In WESTIB2I
ItESElllfli MEMO, DRIED Ir)ZOITS,
EGGS; (MAINS, and pork= Also,
LF,ATELVIL, HIDES, OILS, &e., No. 217 Mufti
Illart'eutt advancetatmts made. Ocoulproalda
. —Dem atexonsA
Wll. P. BECK & CO., No. 185 Llll
- Street, Pittabargh, Pa., 'Wholesale Gro.
Commlidost Merchants and dealers In COUN
TRY. PRODUCT, PROVISIONS, BACON, LARD,
MITER, EGGS, CH2EBE, FISH, ho. PRODUCE,
rLouR, GRAIN, SEEDS, GREEN AND DRIED
FRUITS, dc,-SALT and LIME.
JOHN B. CANFIELD, COMMISSION AND
FORWMIDII.I lizacnsar and wholesale dealer In
WESTEIIN RESENT& CHEESE, WITTER, LARD,
PORK, BACON, FLOWS, 11511, PVT AND PEARL
SALERATUS, LINSEED AND LARD
OILS, DRIED FRUIT, and Produce generally, Non.
141 and 143 Rout atm.!, Pittsburgh._ ad
Tarts. [arms, ea... ma.
Lit TRlMBLE,Whalesale Gro
and Commission Merchants, dealers id
PIeODCCE; FLOC% BACON, castor., lien
CARBON AND LABDOIL,ntos, NAILS,OLABS
WITCH- YARNS, old Pittsburgh manufactures
generally, 112 and 114 decond sexed, Pittsburgh.
F. .=MIL-4«..w;. n. Ira4Ell.
REVABR& BROTH:I3IISi (successors
to Iteymer & Audersou) Wbolessts Dealers In
FOREIGN PEWITS, NUTS AND SPICES, COIi-
IiCTIONEDY, SIIGAIIS, VIDE WOEICS, &a., Pos.;
126 .d 120 WoJd street. above Pilch, Pittsburgh.
1r la. E
OU LP_ P A. Di Cisstiatsw*
N._./ Essen...nes and dealers in FLOUR, GRAIN,
♦ND PRODUCE., No. !43 Liberty street, Pittebzusb.
Choiceilranditot Flour for Bekaa and Family nee
const,,ntly on band. Partlenlar attention paid to
filling orders for Merchandise generally. ocendly'r'
• • •
B. LEECH, - FLOUR /ND
Gnarl( FACTOR AND ConuMo. Meacaerr fur
the - eate of GRAIN, SEEDS, CIIEFAR., PATICI,
de.. AO agent -for the oelnbratal Unfold VI
MILYT, Noe. 114 Second and 145 inn.' a 1.. b.-
tweon Wood and finithQeld, Pitteberirh. , aell
FRASK VAN GORDER, Produce and
Commission Merchant, dealer In FLOUR, BUT
TER, BROOMS, REEDS, LARD, WIESE,. PORK,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS, and prodpoiirgener
laboral cash adrances on conalgumonoa.
No. 126 Second .Corot,
v. elide =TWA&
T_TEAD & MITZG'IR, Grocers and
commismoa tammasoteouaidsalsnan snhiuds
of Cour try Produce and Pittsburgh Manufactures,
No. 249 Liberty strestopposits hcad onticod street,
O. 0. JUNESD.t JOKII.
GEO. B. JONES & SON, Wholesale
groan and Bast Furnish.", dealers in MA
LLA BOPS, OAKUM, OILS, PITCH, and Pitts
burgh manufactured wild., Re. IR Water street,
shore the Monongahela Bridge, Pittsburgh.
111Q1OBE4T DALZELL & CO., Whole
sale Grocers, Commission and Forwarding Ider
ehants, and dealers in Produes'ud Pittsburgh atzn
ofactann, Liberty strati,. Pittaturgh...„_ •
WWI LAu UE&T .J011.6 . 633#1 . 01 , A. wALLAct.
L.AMBEItT, SHIPTON & CO., WhQl
- 9soc6ti 'ma l'mclutla /Agars, 160. 6 litzth
Street, Pittaltirth; • .1.16
WATT at 'N'TILSON, Wholeside - aro
,TT ears, Comtaluion. Marcbants, and dealers in
Prvlirlell and Pitt/Minh manufacture., blo, 158 Lib.
crty ameel,„Pittabar r
gb.". . Jr=
s LINDSAY. INLITUS.D.
T INDSAY .4t TELFORD, Wholesale
IJ and Moll °WaIIa:FLOUR AIM PADDULt
DEALSAS, I.B7l4iberivitreot, Pittsburg],
Cllolf AKRR kLANG, COMEO3BION
Maarisarra sad wholesale dealers h ORO
CURIES, Inoun, ORME, PRODUCE, Re.,
Liberty street, Pittsburgh. 5e13417.
J. s. JOILI LWOW.
T S. LUICIETT* , CITY FLOUR
-0.1 • ENO MILLS, carrier Liberty Adam.
true, Vitiate/RN Pa. •
...ZreareiritP. 400 barrels per day.
JASDALZELL Ar. SON, Dianufee
tureen of LARD:OII* Ointiadniton Rev,
cogent* for the intrehnse andante oT OSUMI AMR
ASPIRED PETROLEUM, Mae. 69 and 70 Water
weed, Platte:v.6.h. Advance* made on conalgrapants.
T KIRKPATRICK & BROTHER sue
t/ . ream. to Borers a. Itirkpstrielit, WHOUL
SALE GROMILS, fl 191 fold 195 Liberty street,
IA iLLI.L.II IMJOI.I. ,_ ~ Part. 1 DATIL) ler, 'PLIED,
11.0 i. ... corm, t)eO•l '
MEANS COFFIN, einceessons to
H'Candlars, ?leans it, Co, WHOLESALE
GROCERS, ear= d Wood sod Water stroll% Mb
burgh. , . •• • iYad/ .
vii. 00LL2128, Aktirlidlaxandecnamfolon Mer
chant and dealer la CUEISSE„ BETTER, LAKE
Ptsli. and Produce Kenerally, - Nd: 28 , Wood street,
-above Water, Plttsbargb. ' my 2
11C1DLLANtt —, RIDDLE; successor to Jno
.1.2. MOW* Bon No. 183-Ltbert7 streetAPltte
pub, general PIIbDUCZ,VHOCZIIT AND 00)1
ERASION ALZF si
HANT. Congnments rapid.
fay iclialtast relay
ISAJAE • DICKEY & 00.; lintoletiale
°rioter. b 0901111i01011 Msreltstets. and. , tenisre - th
I PrAllesi tics: 06 Water street end CA Front street
T 8. DILWORTH & CO., Wholesale
fJ . Omni, Noe. 130-5324 . 1.1:1 Secopa 'Ansi; bent
Smithfield, Pittsburgh: ml
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f. } . 4:
Jo= norm; rIATIL
TWIN IFLOYD4 - COT, Wholesale Gro
an sod Comm Wen Aleretrants, Nor. 171 Wood
sod MB Ldborty aeftt, Pittibunth• Jele
CIITARTOF43 1, - OALD WELL, (successor 43.ldisdoiltoliatia Co:,) PORK PACKER and
&dile RI:PROTTSIONS,aarnor of Kaska and Treat
GGTOWNSEND (surcesbot to Jack-,
. lon A Ilnensenda roaK sad deal
er In PROTIBIOI.T,
.to. 12 Fourth street, near Un
a .rlY,Piltebarall- nal
";;;' '; j
..... It. VOW?.
T 'II,•:.YOUiT le CO., successors to
.1.-46 L. G. Greif, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION.
MERCHANTS; til Liberty street, Pitiebirrgb.,
maw aurwzgri woks.
TOHN,L.ROUSE CO, -WhOkSale
t./ GROCIMVAND 00X10138ION 31331101tArrs;
comer. of Smlthleid cM Wear. streatS, Pittsburgh.
fIOOK, PETTIVEG W. Commission
'kJ llarcEnnts, mid dodos In PPLODUON, YLOIIII.
&mix, WOOL, GRAIN, tro., No. 22 entithaold
street-, Pitbburgh. , • • myttlYl
riPWARD HEAZELTON, Wholesale
.11:4 01002 AND comn2srow ININCHANT,
Nut minter of the Dlersond, No. 18 i Pittsburgh.
/ to 'll.` BA holesale
Oscar Rota 10 and 20 Weed street. Pitt.-
A 1551'.4P i 51' '•holesiale Oro
:Da. COT, ImiNirter of 1501 5 / 1 . ASH,lick, gra, mom
anoasas elan WW:UMONAJCZUVIA IefIaIe
lici.lo7 Wood Wilt •PittobeTiN 7 -
TIRE GOODS STORE FOR SALE_ in
• flourishing Western town aro the P. F. W.*
O. B. 8., not over 300 mike from PiMebargh, now
doings large and profitable trade. The stock to
new, and hes been selected with refarence to the
country trade. Has all been purchmed for club at
Must market prima.
The present proprietor bee decided to retire from
the tied* owing to tad health, and now reludasily
offers the stock for sale; also the good will of the re
tiring party. The house has a large and respectable
*ado, which tan be retained. The pretend stock
will Invoke team been to ton thousand dollen, but
cauld be reduced If desired.
Parties wishing to know the particulars will please
address or call personally on
LTDAT b cuoanwsmo,
10 Hand armt, Pittsburgh, Pe.
I'Ol SALK—Two superior Cylinder
..Bolters, S 8 inches diameter, SO feet long, mule
pf % Inch lion, wrought Iron heads % thick. Bull
ion almost as good an new. •
Also, One Portable Engine and Tabular Dollar of
ale horse Power, 5 Inch cylinder and 12 Inch stmAA
this Engine ha* bored one wall Almost 700 felt deep,
and la sitrably adopted to that kind of work, or
Sawing wood for locomotlres.
Alas Ono taglta, bawl iron bed plate, 14 inch
oylinda, 10 Inches stroke; new, with balance into
governor. Well adapted to run a grist mill or small
Enquire at 11. M. BOLE'S,
comer Point Alloy and Daquanss Way,
HOTEL FOR SALE.—The property
known se MMANORM HOTEL, situate on
Fourth street, between Ferry and Market streets.
The lot 1s 40 feet front on /earth street, by ni fees
deep. The Bored le time story brick, 37 feet by
73 feet. The house was We)). bath, nod le doing
co , f
Rood b i nalness.. h..d The Aunty., will - be mold *lb the
For farther perticplars, ea to ternv, a.., hidttln ,
of J. W. HALL, I='llth street, or at J. B.
ELEANOR, on the
noiktineod• J. B. MANOR.
PROMMTT IrOR BdL&.dtrat• - on Butler
Erse*, tear the Sate of the soak • tot trontiog on
Bettor artist and Coteadlog but to Lafayette
on width there Is eroded two . gatory Frame Dwell.
Inge=ene new, the other nearly so, WWI all maw
eery Improvements, all. to good order. This location
for tallness, to., le one of he best la the borocith.
Terme eacy. Apply to
O. S. BATES, Commercial Broker,
poll Dulles street, Lawrenceville.
- POR SALE Olt LEASE—A large Lot
L to Bharpetmeg, on the Passenger Railway, Era
udies from Pittsburgh, on which there is . good
Dwelling Elouse of ano rooms, also, several other
Haws, all belle of brick. A 7,11 of good .star to
the yen!, plenty of good fruit, sad convenient to
Churches and School Home.
For particulars address or call on
0. T. GILLIAM,
Sherfabarg, Allegheny Oqurity, Ps.
SALE--A House and Lot on Fu!-
.L* ton 'Meet, in the Sixth ward. Lot 25 fast (nett
and extending back to Crw ford street 127 feet. TI.,
house is a large two-story brick dwelling, arranged
with wide ball parlor, dining-room. kitchen nod
wash house on tint Boor;. fire rooms and bath room
on second Boor: gas and water throughout the prem
ises., good xllar, fine yard. Commanding • floe view
of the dears . , cities sad enriroundlnha.
nail 1 ( B. tikLALN d; CO., i/Y2, birth ;Irma.
HO rEL TO RENT.
Centrally laratal;iirlit be Lb let on Tannery let, 186 k
DINH S A LK—A lot of land, containing
11 78 acres, situated I?' a mike from Dismont Ra
tion, on the Pittsburgh, Port Wayne Jt Chicago R. R.
The above property le well timbered. with a good
young orehard or Wirt:lg trait trees. This property
e sold oh reesonoble terms,
'POLL SALE.—Four Acres of Uround
JI2 and • Pow - Mori Brick Building, Engine,
Boilers and itielilneuj; sell adapted for • manu
factory ; 100 tee by 120 het can be purchased for
one-half Its original cost, by calling on
nag No. Mil Grant street, Pittsburgh.
has the plumre to announce that h.T' 1,1
Ler Just returned from nor York and Brehm, utore
he tau *elected from the Factorial of Chlckestag
Son., J.lllxle S Sun, HazAtoll Brom., W. P. Emma°
and others, a splendid stisortment of PIANOS. rim
bracing allertyks of finish, from plain to rztra carted
Thaw Instruments will arrive during this and tb
oOnaing week, and the attemtkon of purotmers is
•poetfully solicited to thess.
PBIOES TO)31:11T-ALL. '6IC
CHAS. C. MELLOR,
St WOOD STREET.
spraldog of Carl Amlinhee Con 4
eert is Now York, the editor of the " I
linLeal Bering and World makes the following re
marks: " The instruments used on this occasion
Were of • comparatively neve firm, of the name of
Decker Brothers, and gave very gratifying evidence
of a:Dello:A workmanship and powerful and brilliant
taus. Decker's Pianos are undoubtedly the beet
manufactured sow in this country."
Solo agents for Pittsburgh,
AWRPNCE VILLE IMPIW VEL
Bret-Clue Hotel In Philadelphia,
P. D. MTEBB,
Application nude to
113 Beech &mull West.
Pla.vos, Jllas.c . itcc.
Ito. 51 FIFTH STREET
TIMID FALL STOCK OF --
tlTNtS o , t tl h 7 .Pl''did
ot tar In the
OALINBERG'S N. Y. PIANOS, the beat nano.
at Ow price in the emantry.
HAUS A 00.'8 N. Y. PAINOS, the eherseat Maul
to be has anywhere.
H. KLNBNII NRO., No. S 3 PM street,
oat Soto Agenta for the above Pima.
W3l. G. JOHNSTON CO., Station
ere,' Blank Book Manufacturers' and Job
Printers, No. 57 Wood 'trust, Pittsburgh. .
KAY AL CO. Booksellers and Station
r, No. 55 Wood street, neat door to the corner
of Third, Pittsburgh. PLISOOL and LAW BOOKS
constantly on hand.
JL. READ, Sookedllor St:calmer,
CI • No. 7B Fourth street, Apollo Boildlny.
REAL ESTaITE 4GE.IrTS.
WILLIANI WARD, Dealer in PROM
ISSOILY NOTES, BOSTIS, MORTGAGES, end
all securities for money.
Persona can procure LOANS, through my wan,
on reasonable terms.
Thaw wishing to Ins, et their money to good Wren
tage, can always drat and almond class pew at
my office for sale.
All communications maul interrienors eirletly confi
dential. Office s Grant street, *presto St:. Fatil'e
HATS AND CAPS!
Of env sty!.
Lathins , Vijktril I
Of enn7 kind and quality.
LADIES' AND KISSES' VATS
To nit ar taatel
BY WHOLEBALI! AND =TAIL, AT
IicOOD •Sc CO.'s,
vr, Iffi WOOD lITHEET
()NEIL & STONEMAN,
ILLIAIITAarrazas or woo iron,
Have demo on hand ad make to order IRON AND
BRAES SCREEN WIRE MOTEL; KEVICEI, of An
bind' EIDDLIE for ranndri wer; EIZAVY
wosic roa wrgiows, ii. r ilaßD mars, os-
L WIER WORE. for Irkwars,lM.
- Will shoo of VD US Ayr oils, isS
13311 No. SO VOVISSII INUIT
CSIiTRAL DRUG tiTORE,
Cbrumr Okfe and nansl Stri;th Alger/how.
GEO. A. Enur, PeanurraL
BPABELII7O SODA WAIT%
PATS= =DICTUM, &a
e;nt:pk.UireV creicrtytkma carefully coavand
Gl5l BELTING, PACKING, HOSE,
and GAMUTS, of all ultra cad thickness. ..A
Islas 'amply Jost recalrad and for Isla at the India
Dabber Dq,ot J. t D. VIIILLIPI3,
not Noa. IR and dd Bt. Mar street.
SUGAR CUBED HAMS.-5 teL Sugar
Cared Cozymain= kid matted and tbr imFe
tio: 120 31..000145eet.
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PITTSBURGH, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1863.
MONDAY MOMENG-- -- NOV. 16, 1863
TERM OF THE GAZETTE.
MawVte KIIITION, by marl, per yeer...--$0 CO.
•• eloeith 70.
Evniaxa Borrinst, by =AK, per year...— 4 M.
" mingle copies
Walat.r Borrion, single copies, per year... 200.
" doh., of sto 10, " ... 150.
0 Hobe of litor more ... 1 A
—and one extra to the party sending slab. For a
dab of Moen, we will send the Brasonne GAzzrn
dolly For • slob of twenty, we will wind the
Moscone Gusrrs doily. Bine* copies, 5 cants.
All enbseriptions striefip la offessee, and papers
always stopped when the time aping.
Tau New York papers say that by arrange
ment with the general government, Gov. Sey
mour is appointing two Commissioners in
each Congressional District to supervise en
listments in the army, the President also ap
pointing two. The Governor has picked out
some sharp-eyed copperheads, and it is to be
hoped that we shall boar no more whinings
from him about unfairness.
BY way of retaliation for the inhuman treat
ment of Union prisoners in Richmond, the
rebels on Johnson's Island have been restricted
'(o Government rations. They are nu longer
allotted to supply themselves from the San
dusky market—and at this the Sandusky
people rejoice, the market prices for DeCefleft
ties having been advanced by the demand
from the rebel thousands on the Island.
Oxus. ROSMAN'S AND THONAL—WiIIie it
would appear from the terms of Gen. Thomas's
dispatch to Burnside, recently published in
our columns, that he regretted the step taken
by the Government when it removed General
Bocci:rens, it is now clear even Gen. Thomas
cannot exonerate his commapder from blame
in reference to Latile of Chickamauga. A
recent Cincinnati dispatch says : " Bitterness
will be added to the controversy, (about the'
causes of the removal of lioseerans,) by Gen.
Thotaas's official report of the battle of Chick
amauga, if it is made public. It Is stated that
One sentence reads as follows 'I should
have defeated the enemy on Sunday after
noon, had it not been that my ammunition
train was ordered to Chattanooga by a person
of higher authority than myself.''
The Missouri Election
A trick to effect the election of United States
Senators in:Missouri has been upset. General
Schofield, who was instructed not to interfere
in politics, refused to furlough military officers
who wore membora of the Legialature. Nearly
all St these are Radicals. It was stated that
Secretary Stanton ordered' thus comrse. Re
was appealed to. Re disclaimed all knowl
edge of the proceed ing, disapiiVoved of it, and
ordered Gen. Schofield to furnish the officers
immediately. The radicals fight-well in Mis
souri. ltiry don't scare at all. Tvickß they
Bee through at a glirreer and lo every way
their opponents find them more than their
The St. Louie Democrat of Thursday states
the mote of that State as far as heard from as
111 MC AL. COMILUVATIVI.
1101110 vo 0 .
Seidl xis Sete
The Ref. Mean, on the other hand, figures
out a Conthrratice majority of three; but there
aro somewhere in the neighborhood of faux
thousand soldiers to bear from, nine-tenths of
whom are radical; and it is therefore certain,
that with the aid of the soldiers' rote, a clear
radical majority is asaured.
What a Rebel Thinks of the Rebellion.
HEADQUARTERS ACHY 09 THB POTOMAC, Nov.
10.—The following interesting letter has been
forwarded to Glen. Ingalls, Chief Quarter
master, by Captain Pittein, A. Q. M., at War
canton Junction, it having been found upon
the body of- a rebel soldier, who died of
wounds received Last Saturday at Rappahan
nock Station. The names are suppressed for
prudential reasons :
Yore BintnuAr, Sept. 21st, 1863.
Ms DEAR SON : TT TT Robert; has
got well, and is all the time talking about you.
lie is a brisk boy, and wants to know why you
can't ho taken prisoner, and come home on
parole, like —. There is not a day
but some deserters pass by, going home. We
have plenty in our neighborhoed that have
comp home, and will not go back to the army,
A great many have gone to Vicksburg and
This State has gone under. The nagroes
have all left and gene over to the Yankees.
My sun, it seems hard that you all have to
stay there and tight for the rich man's pro
perty when they will not tight themselves for
it. There are some rich mon who aro gentle- I
mon, and go in with their all, but where you
end one who does this you find ten who do not.
These mon ate a dead weight to the Confed
W o have got somo men hero, robbing, doing
more damage than the Yanks wouldhave done.
They are making more Union mon than Lin
coln over could make. It is beyond descrip
tion ! We cannot believe all wo see in the
newspapers, but what I see with my own eyes
I can believe.
I have made a good crop of corn and some
cotton, and if they burn it I shall most as
suredly go to the Yankees and claim protec
tion, and I know I am as good a Southern
righti man as anybody. The rich population
have run into Texas, leaving the poor-people
to do the best they elm—burning up their
cotton, and talk of burning up all the homes.
This will make war among ea at home. e e
My !OD, Prance and England will divide the
United States. In Winn pariah there are 600
men that will not turn out—that is, with the
deserters. They are doing something in the
Union way. They aro trying to get them to
go back, threatening to burn their houses, but
the Yanks are so near at hand that it keeps
onNanny here busy to keep out of their nay.
The Yanks are marching on Texas in four
different points. They will have fine picking
there. Our people will return back to Louis
iana stripped of all they had. Those men
who have lost their property want to see peace
on any terms. These aro the men who are
hurting the Confederacy by their billaenee.
The Yankees expect that Erotica tintiMex
ico ire going to do semothing for the South.
They are turning their guns down the river
at Tieltsbarg, Natchez, Ellis' Cliffs, twenty
five miles below Natchez, and at Port Hudson.
If franca bed coma out to our assistance when
we held Vicksburg, it would have done some
good, but it is too late now. Our inenarotoo
much divided, and too many have gone back
to the Union. This war was got up drunk,
but they will have to settle it sober. There
are a great many men hero In the South who
aro to be pitied-.
My eon, 1 must come to a close. Moping I
may see you shortly, your affectionate father,
P. 13.—D0 not forkel your duty to your God
Cowan Maas, who recently arrived in
New York from New Orleans, where he has
been in charge of the. L 01211141% freedmen,
brings with him a man who is branded on the
forehead with the name of bin late master • a
woman whose back and shoulders am sca rred
with the lash direr oppressors; sprescher of
the gospel,_ until lately a slave, and three lit
tle 'white girls, with straight, light-brown
heir and blue eyes. They are good-looking--
child:ea • indeed, one of them is very hand-
sense. Therwere born in slavery, and held
as stares until the President issued his pro
clamation of freedom.
A Lady in the Batteries.
A Morris Island correspondent, in a recent
letter, mentions an incident wbieh might sup
ply artists with a subject- He says :
Of all the pletutantly incongruous sights pre
senate in war, that.of a Lady, with her deli
cate curved outlines of form and face, and the
sweeping festoons of her drapery, in tke midst
of the gram gads and dirt heaps 01-a fart, is the
most remarkable. While Wagner was hoarsely
bellowing at ,Samter , to-day, an ambulance
drove into the interior ' and from it descended
Mrs. Bragg, mother ofCaptain Bragg, of Oen.
Gillmore's Staff. This lady recently arrived
in this department by the Map. She is the
guest of Gen. Oillmore. The General, who is
as gallant as he is handsome and brave, hap
pened to he in the works at thrse.n, moment,
and escorted the lady over the fort, explain
leg to her the interesting features of his work.
The lira from the forts was very heavy at the
time. Rifled guns of SOD-pounder calibre,
and all intermediate sites clown to the com
mon-place mortar, were at work. The lady's
curiosity and interest seemed to be Yuri coop
satisfied, and she left the fort to Its distract
CHLORIDE of nitrogen will, it is said, soon be
utilised as an implement of war. Its employ
ment would seem likely to put an end to all
war. Mr. Isham Briggs, an English chemist,
in announcing his discovery, proposes to carry
up his composition in balloons, and drop it
from the air In the midst of armies and fort
resses. "The very mention of this compound,"
he gees on to say, "as a proposed element in
modern srarfare, may possibly provokes, smile
among chemists, who know that the most ao
complished of their number would searecly
dare to experiment with it in quantities larger
than a grain of mustard seed, and Dri)/1 then
at a respectful distance, and under guard at
the moment of its detonation. And yet not
one of those chemists will be bold enough to.
deny that with two or three chemically clean
carboys of this terrible compound - present in a
city or fortress, however strong, the slightest
cuttings of prosphorous or a single drop of
olive oil coming in contact with it, would in
one instant decide the fate of the place and its
inhabitants." Mr. Bags then proceeds to
aftlrm that ho has discovered a method of
overcoming the contingent difficulties, and
that he is able to manufacture this deadly
material with perfect safety, and in any re
quired quantity, and that it can bo safely COD
reTod to its dostination.—Seeneury of Medial
THZ brig Morning Star, of London, arrived
at New York, on Thursday, reports; that on
the 6th insL, off Cape Fear, saw a long low lead
color steamer steering north-east, with three
American gunboats in pursuit, and constantly
ruing at the supposed blockade runner, but
they had not succeeded in capturing her when
last seen by Capt Hall. The steamer was
very fast, and was apparently distancing the
Sows idea of tho extent of the tobacco trade
of Covington, may be formed from the month
report of Mr. J. W. Campbell, Government
Ispector and Weigher for the Fourth Ris
trict of Kentucky. During the month of
October, Mr. Campbell weighed 323,055
pounds of tobacco. Tha tax on this at IS cents
per pound, yields the Got artunent $48,458 25.
Too Charleston . 1 11,cors pays a high com
plimaul to the officiency of the Ericsson iron
clad". It says that on the Slat alt., oat of
eighty-sir shots fired by the monit , ,re, zot ono
missed the mark. -.
EVENING GAZETTE TELEGRAMS.
OUR PHILADELPHIA SPECIAL DISPATCH
THE JOHNSON ISLAND AFFAIR.
LEIN_ SOLDIERS DESPONDENT
DISSATISFACTION IN PAWS ARMY
AI ENGLISH SNP OWNER BANKRUPT
Special Dispatch to the Pittshar;h Guerre
PHILADZLPIIIA, Nov. 14, 181:1
The conduct of the Canadians, in the John
son Island affair, is landed as very honorable.
The people In the vicinity knew nothing of it.
Dispatches this morning from the Board of
Brokers, of Sandusky, ignore the whole affair.
Letters from Washington, this morning, say
that Preston King has been sent by the Gov
ernment to Canada to investigate the alleged
plot on Sandusky. The harbor is fortified.
People are looking on in silent wonder. The
IL S. steamer Michigan is ready for action.
An exclusive dispatch to the New York
netts, of this morning, says : Geri. Boater left
yesterday to take commando! Burnside's ar
The New Inlet correspondent of the Tribune
sap ; A lot of rebel papers ware captured on
The Wilmington Herat/ states editorially
that Fernando Wood is a partner to the firm
of Tremain, de Co., Liverpool, fitting out
blockade runners for rebels.
Dispatches from the Diplomatic agents of
the rebels in Europe to the rebel government,
found in the blockade runners Robert E. Lee,
Coroucobia and others, show that the rebel
agents ore entirely in despair of any assist
ance from England or Prance. They state
that Napoleon bad no intention of affording
the Booth any aid, except what the govern
ment of England may be disposed to give,
.hilo amusing them with the hope of an
alliance with Mexico. The rebel cause in
Europe i 3 In a very dismal condition.
The dissatisfaction in Bragg's army is
worse than ever.
. . -
Two British army officers, and the Belgian
Consul, wore captured on the blockade runner
Lee, now in New York. The Consul was dis
Domeier' from the 9th Alabama, Ewell's
corps, states that on the Potomac a whole
regiment laid down their arms and refused to
fight any longer. An attempt to put them
under guard was made, but failed. They
- divined through the country with the in
tention of joining the Onion army. De
spondemey of the rebol soldiers, generally, is
a filed fact.
Among the pusengers by tfie Asia, are the
Ito,. Henry Ward Beecher, and Col. Lamar,
of the rebel army, asamiseary of Jeff Davis to
Z. C. Pearson, the English ship owner,
who furnished the best steam blockade
runners, is in bankruptcy. He claims as
doe to him 87,000 pounds from the Union
government for illegal captures, and 911,000
pounds by the Davie government for breaches
of contracts. Assetts, nothing.
Tho Mexican Consuls in Paris, Bordeaux I
and Havre, have been compelled to cease.
Consuls for Guatemala act for them in the
Prince Napoleon Bonaparte writes a letter
in which he hopes that Franco will not allow
Poland to be annihilated.
Gen. Banks is superintending the campaign
in Texu in person.
The occupation of the frontier line of the
Rio Grande is contemplated.
The.Prench are said to be encamped within
thirty 'miles of 3latamoras.
Gen. Washburne's advance of the 13th Army
Corps was driven in by the rebels upon the
main body on the 3d Inst. Tete enemy were
subsequently driven back with a loss or over
200 killed and wounded, apd 200 taken pris
. The rani in the Morsel are'etill in poises
sten Or wined . marines. Work le sus
The general aspect of things is cheerfut.
From the Army of the Potomac—State-
ments of Rebel Deserters—The Pres
idents Dispatch to Gene Meade—
Picket Shooting Recommenced—Re. ,
connoissance by the Enemy, etc.
NRW YORE, Nov. 14.—The it ,ild'a special
froth the army of the Potomac, November 13th,
says: The weather is admirable for active
campaigning, and there is no doubt that Gen.
Meade will improve It. Warrenton Junction
is at present the depot from whence all army
supplies are i:::ded.
A deserter from the 9th Alabama regiment,
Ewelrs corps, came into our picket lines yes
terday, who states that the men in his regi
ment have laid down their arms since the tight
at Rappahannock Station, and refuse to strive
longer in the robe' army. 'They wore
ordered under guard, but before the guard
came, succeeded in dispersing themselves
through the country, and are seeking oppor
tunities to come Into the Union lines. He
represents that a very dispondent feeling exits
in the rebel army and Northern Virginia, and
the general belief In the ranks is, that their
mei, becoming more hopeless as time Passes.
President Lincoln has-sent a laconic dispatch
to Gon. Meade, saying in substance, "I have
read your congratulatory order to the 6th
corps. I have to say, in reference to their
gallant exploit at Rappahannock station
A letter was found in one of the rebel camps
near the,Rappahannock, written by a Ninth
Carolina soldier. He says the mountains of
that State are full of deserters from the rebel
army. He mentions that Captain was
coming up, to the mountains with a military
force to arrest the deserters, and emphatically
remarks : If he gets in he will have a d—d
WASIIINOTON, Nov. 13.—From the front we
hear that the enemy presents a very strong
front on the banks of the Rapidan, and has
re-commenced picket shooting. Yesterday a
detachment of the Ist Vermont cavalry wt.:,
fired on while going out on picket, and all
along between Summerville and Germania
Fords, our men on picket find it necessary to
keep under cover, o• eho be made targets of.
The water of the Rapidan is very low, and
the liver is formidable at many points. This
makes the work of guarding very arduous, and
it wouldn't be surprising if tho enemy, some
dark night, should make a dash across the
river, create diversion, and incidentally gob
ble up some careless command.
A small tarty were driven across yesterday
by an inferior force. When our men reached
the bank, both infantry end artillery were ex
posed on the opposite side, to resist what they
thought a reconnoissance force or a movement
to cross, bet no heavy guns opened en eitl.er
side, and there was but little carbine firing.
The enemy also resumed work with the spade.
They aro not eatisflerl with the defenses
tip last spring, but are digging rill u
nits and throwing up earthworks and con
structing curtains fur every exposed point.
NEW lota, Nov. 14.—A "Headquarters
Army of the Potomac" dispatch to the Tribune
mss : A reconnoisance was made by the en
em,y ymliorday in the vicinity of Stovensburg,
which ip occupied by Kilpatrick's cavalry.
Sot more than h•lf a dose:: z hells were thrown
on eintber side, and on the advance of ou, cav
alry the enemy retired. No one use injured
on our side.
As the ru.le advanced from
of Pony Mountain, my informant, a Lieut.
Colonel, who int4preeent, believed tbo re
port that Kilpatric k bay taken Pooy Mono
tau, in be ineorrvot.
The railroad will be in running order to
Culpepper, on the ILO , . left:int.
The Richmond Papers on Late Events.
New YORK, Nov.li.—Late rebel papers
are Jost received. The Biehroond Eianimer
of the 11th inst., says their army was quietly
awaiting an attack from lien. Mende. an d
thought that he would make a dank movement
The &confiner of the 9th foreshadowed an
other retreat of Bragg, and speaks of disa
greement and discord in the councils of their
The Enquirer of the 10th net. neaps that
Meade kas inflicted a terrible blow on Lee,
and in Western Virginia the disaster to
Echols' command shows that the enemy are
active, and apprehensions are felt for the
safety of railroads in North Carolina. The
enemy has landed a largo force at Wanton,
and threatens the Southern Line of railroad
at Weldon. On the Peninsula it is reported
that the enemy :Ire landing in large numbers
et Seaport Some.
The Johnston Island Affair—Objects of
the Conspirators, etc.
Nair Yuen, Nov. 14.—A Times dispatch,
Crum Washington, Nor. 13, 40 c : It is under
toed here from Canada That Vallandigham,
James Clay and Marshal - Kane had fully ar
ranged for passing through the Welland Canal
an armed steamer, whose mission was: First,
To open the prison doors for,the captive rebels
at Sandusky Bay. Second, To arm and equip
these veterans, over 2,000 in utnbc:. Third,
To seize as many propellors on Lake Erie as
were needed and arm end man them. Fourth,
To make Buffalo a heap of ashes and her ves
sels in port charred skeletons. Fifth, Tu
burn 'Cleveland. Sixth, To wipe out the com
merce of Lake Erie. Seventh, To consume
Detroit, and, in etioct, destroy the commerce
and cities of the Lakes from Ogdensburg to
Chicago at a blew. Lord Lyons got out of
bed after-midnight to communicate - the news
to Mr. Seward, and afterwards the Secretary
of War was got up and got to the wires.
The Plot of the Canadian Secevidontate.
BUFFALO, Nov. 14.--Gen. Dix and staff ar
rived here, and is in consultation with the
The Woad:e special, from Buffalo, nave:
Attorney General McDonald is bore, and
brings information which show the serious
ness of the plot for the release of prisoners, kw.
Lord Lyons received informatics: of 'the
scheme. from the citizens of Baltimore two
montbs.ago. It appears a number of secesh
were to take passage on the Chicago and
OgderusbOrg propellors and seise them.
Then intercept the Detroit and Buffalo steam
ers. Tbfin threaten Ogdensburg' and Buffalo.
They wesie to be aided by emissaries in Buffa
lo, who Would fire the city in several places.
The Canadian Minietry have taken ample
measures 'of prevention. Them are 15,000
secessionlats in Canada.
The Capture of the Blockade Steamer
New YoaK, Nov. 12.—A NOW irtlOLCOlTOS
pondont of the Tribune says, relative to the
capture of the bloakada steamer Cornucopia:
C4l. Thoburn of the rebel army was a pas
senger on her, but escaped capture. The Lord
Mayor of London and the raid Col. have en
tered into negotiations to furnish ammunition
and ships of war to the rebel government.
Wilmingtonpapers were also found on the
prise in which it was sated that Mayor Wood,
of New York, is going into a joint stock corn
panyiwith a firm under thoname of Tremain
Co., to furnish vessels to run the blockade and
sn ..ly the rebels with munitions of war.
Gens. Foster and Barnatde.
Niter Yang, Nov. 14.—The nIAG . special
from Washington, dated the 13th says: Gen.
Foster has been assigned to the command of
Barnsido's array, and will leave hero to
Gen. Burnside's resignation has been ac
cepted by the President.
The Treatment of ourPrloancrs—
Measures of Retaliation.
AVA.stittinross, Nov. 14.—C01. Roffman, Com
missioner General of Prisoners, left to-day to
inspect the condition of the rebels confined at
Sandusky and elsewhere, and adopt measures
of.retallation for Um barbarous treatment of
our ,risoners at Richmond.
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Capt. WI. DEAN. VistrlLl flea.
C. C. thaset .,
l l 'ap er rit C. Gray,
John Irwin, Jr.,
B. L. tahmosank.
Q 45; ti. C. SCHOTER, Attornoyp f cit..,
)..). Law. Me, No.ln Fourth streit, rittsti:
jOSM ADAMS, Dentist;'DonnelVs,
Tff solidint.corner of rdionond and Giant street*,
Plidaborgb. Difetwev—Dr. /L. IL PoUock,Dr,Gal
ck, Theodor* hobbit:to, Bumf Znott.
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(T.lte of Wm. R. W.xxlward h C 0.,)
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W. P. .101. - E.9, Agent.
S. M. Kier, •
James D. Cooper,
J. Caldwell, Jr.,
John 9. Dilworth,
Charles D. Zoe.
Janina D. Verner,
Capt. John L. Moatln.
en.innel P. Shiite/. ,
Daniel Wallace. -
C. Mum,. L2Te.
Air, nee Preadest.
John D. Malik
Capt. Main Jaotaal,,,
Capt• Wm. beat,
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