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SATURDAY BICJIMING:::::.=4:N9V. 21, 1863.1
CITY AND SUBURBAN
General Synod 'of German Reformed
FAIDAT AMMON, NOT. 20.--Syuod open
ed 10fAll rigging find prayer by iter. IL S.
Buster of Millersburg, Pa.
Krebs,. T. J. Barkley and J.
Rwander were appointed to assist Revs. Cy-
rns Cort and G. 11. Johnston in preparing oh-
straetrepi . srts of the proceedings of the General
Synod for publication in the city papers.
The donation of $5 00 by Rev. Philip Schaff, i
D. D., to the General Synod was thankfully
received, and the proceeds were appropriated
by the Synod to the diffusion of German Sun-1
dirSchool literature in the Reformed Church.
Rey. Russell again reported on the
Orphen Aitylum. The report was received
and the resolutions taken up separately for
adoption. - -
Quite. a. Bracher of speeches were made,
which, whilst they differed as to the meansi
proposed, exhibited the utmost interest and
good-will in the general subject of providing
Orphan Asylums for the homeless children of
the Reformed Church and all others whom
Providencia may place under her care.
Passavant, of the Lutheran Church
being present, was invited by Synod to give
the.resalts of his extensive experience in con
nectlon with Orphan Homes, &c., which he •
did,: in an interesting speech.
Synod adjourned till 9 a. m., to-morrow.
,Pittpar Evestito,liev. 20.—The annual ad
dresh-of the. IfistoricatSocieti of the German '
Reformed Church, was delivered by Rev. Dr. I
Harbough, Prof. elect to the Theological Sara
jeer,' of the German Reformed Church at'
Mereerberg. The Dr. was introduced by Dr.
Gerhart, itttt a few remarks. The address
wasmot otify characteristic of the speaker,
but Ohm in harmony with the ruling theology
of the Getman Reformed Church.. As this
address will soon make its appearance before
the Ohne, a full report is not necesliary. A ;
historical link connecting the present Chris
tianity with that of all past Christian ages, is ,
hold by the German Reformed Church to be
necessary to establish the ligitemaoy of its
claims to be from Jesus Christ. the fountain of
all trtie, Clatholie religion. The Holy Cattle
lie Church is historical in the most vital and
organic sense of the term. The theology, of
this church recognises the fact, too much for- ,
gotten and ignored, that the Church of Christ
is the proper and only legitimate channel for I
the unfolding of his life and the workings of
his powerls the only hope for our dying and
powerless race. The reformation of the
sixteenth century fir regarded. not as the
starting of a new church, but the Reforming of
the ofd one. It is claimed that '• Reform" and
not "a rewind rooting ors" was inscribed upon
the banners of those illu.trious men,
under Gad, as agents, brought about the week
of thiltaformat i ton. It is held that Protes
tantismproper,* does not consist in- abusing
and ignoring theehristiinity that for a thous,
and yeaselproceded the Reformation period,
but a protesting against ,the corruptions and
false tendencies, of the Robsish See. The re
mark"of the speaker "that which is true is not
now, and that which is now is not true" is
elaiMed .to be especially applicable to the
Ttio LauOi Murder Trial.
On Friday afternoon Judge Mellon deliver
ed the charge to the jury in this Mize, defining
theearious grades of homicide, and dwelling
moseriarldeularly upon the principles of low
ns applicable in eases of excusable homicide
and timiabtughter. In referring to the grade
oof manslaughter, the lesined Judge remarked
that where a' man bad been warned of the
intention of another to do him great bodily !
harm, or take Malik, end in spite of this
warning sought opportunity to meet him,
armed with a deadly weapon, and did meet
and kill his antagonist, the offence could be
mapalatighter. If, on the other hand, ho tried
to avoid his antavnist, and, meeting him at a I
time and place when he did not expect him,
and could not escape him without taking 1116
life, be would be justified in doing so. The
defendant had a right to walk the streets
whenever he pleased, but he would not be
JaatiEed in exorcising that right at the cost of
a human life, wheniz could—have been avoid
ed. The Judge then alluded to the repeated
warnings which Leath has received during
the afternoon and evening preceeding the
murder, and remarked that he might have
had Snarler arrested andpat under bail to
keeihe peace. This would . bare. been the
course of a good and peaceable citizen, and
would have prevented his taking the law into
his own hands.
The jury retired et three o'clock, with the
understanding that the Court would Levet at
sis or at tine o'clock in the oveniug, if' the
jury shonldagree upon a Verdict. They had
not agreed, bower up till nine o'clock.
An Example Worthy of Imitation
The Sabbath school scholars and young
ladie' connected with the Third. United Pres
byterian church, Diamond street, have set an
example which is certainly worthy of imita
tion-- by every congregation in the North.
Theygot up a fancy fair, in the basement of
'ele church, ow Thursday . evening last, for the
-benefit of sick and wounded soldiers, and
61 expenses, the hand-
POO sum of Over one thousand tickets
were Sold, an although the room was densely
crowded during • the evening, everything
paslad off Ds the most pleasant, agreeable and
eatleftitctOryt Manner. The sum realized will
be donated loth, Christian Commission, and
willpeappliedinpurchasing articles of com
fort .for our suffering soldiers. The u young
Mike - certainly deiterve great credit for their
noble exertions in-behalf of ,the soldiers, and
we §opo tele° tho Sabbath ietteols of other
congregations followtheir example. _
Another Herniate at Wheeling.
.on.. Wednesday last s ,} fatal affray occurred
at Wheeling betweifaithwo man named Wm . .
Clitte and Thomas .14eyte. - 'Cline had borrowed
a filet role from Coy and when the latter
wertt, rafter it cc words passed between
theiii, whirl led to"tilows, when Cline seized
a three legged stool and struck Doyle twice
on the bead. The wounded run was badly
!Wiped, but recovered and -walked home.
Dalhg the afternoon he grew very ill, and at
sahliiight he expired. A post mortem easel
nathin exhibited &Tely =nous fracture of the
and a large quantity of coagulated
hlood was found pressing upon the brain.
Glide on bearing of the decease of Doyle
secreted himself for a time, and then made
good his escape.
A liucz Cr.etti..--An important case war
disposed of in the Court of Common Pleas, at
Mercer on Piiday last: It was the case of
Gillespiu & Co., and others spinal
George W. Tilt, Pardon Sennett and others.
being a bill in equity. The complainants who
were creditors of Bennett k Warren, claimed
to teeover from the respondents over twenty
flee thousand dollars on an account of an al
leged fraud in tho transfer_ of_ property, by
Bennett k. Warren to George -W. Tift. The
Court, alter argunient, dismissed the bill at
the' costs of ecimPlairmnts.
002,4=14-latei S. Jives Ertscorat
eirsc...w.-..The services_ connected with the
mule= !Olen of Bt. James PlpiscopaLqurch,
on Penis' etreet, In the Ninth Ward, irere'eon
&toted by.i the Right Reverend Bishop Potter,
raterdsy; ,4nreneon._ The attendance Ira*
vita large.k aids choral, it will be remem
bered,,,wu pafetaily damaged by Ire, some
months: einem, end haling, been thoroughly
anteind: relluniebed is now consecrated
lheastrYice of God. .
Ono= ZaIIitTEOVY Nern.—White and fancy
shirts, ander shirte4nd drawer', scarfs, paper
c ollare, suspender", neck-ties, gonads, 'no
dal, prints, delalnee, clothe, coseinieras, esti
netts, boots, shoes and galters,tuabiallaa, to
gether with 'an.intniensestocket notions, ke.,
all of which' are being cold at very low prices,
at . McClelland's Anction House, 55 Fifth
etreet. Don't fail to tall.
•Uall'EX'S MAoi7prz.—The December num
ber-Of thls deserwedly pcipolar monthly!. now
ready. and may he obtained at IL. Miner's,
Ej strecy - nezt, de or to the Post oftice.
imorAgrz Dit,Vzsrua rooolved within tho
;put Alto Cud Pio)tographt of Vest
onll,ltotiottlie Ttoistito, at Pittoele onpotito
The Iron City Commercial College.
As public journalists Wer tiko fleiiiitiiiKin
-noting, from time to time, the progress and
1 streeess of our educational institutions, lass
' much as. the. intelligencir of a eommorrity" is
properly measured by the character and repe
-1 tation of its places of learning. We have long
enjoyed the advantages of schools, colleges
i and seminaries, for the general education o
all classes, but It is only within nuompara
, tirely few years that we have reaped the ben
efits of a first elms commercial school, the spo -
Mal object of which has been to impart a thor
ough business education to young men intend
ing to engage in mercantile pursuits. Such
an institution is the "Iron City Commercial
College," which, under the direction of able,
talented and enterprising, teachers, has gained
so rapidly in public favor that it is now "the
largest commercial school in the West." Its
reputation among business mon is snob that
they hare no hesitation in endorsing it as a
suitable place for the education of young men;
and those who holds its diplomas, and exhibit
the requisite energy and industry to put their
knowledge into practice, never fall to abtain
important, honorable anClueratice positions.
The course of study is thorough andeomplote,
and the Principals, Messes. Jenkins and
Bmith,:rierote their entire time, personally,
to the classes under their eare.. They are
both experienced teachers and practical bust- i
nese men, and it is to their untiring industry i
and energy that the school is indebted for its
wide spread reputation; and hence it is that
young men have been attracted thither from
all parts of the north and northwest. Thant- '
tendance has been so largo that it now be
comes necessary for the Principals to increase
their already spacious and liberal aecomoda
dons; and this, too, at a time when 'society Is
very much deranged, and wady thousands of
young men are in the army.
The value of a thorough business educa
tion to those who hare properly laid the
foundation: for it, cannot be over-estimated;
and since we have in our midst an institution
where such an education can be obtained un
der the moat favorable auspices, we take
pleasure in recommending it to the patronage
of the public. The Prineipali 'aro not only
competenrteachers and experienoed business
men, but they aro highly esteemed for -their
moral and social worth. We might speak of
the many flattering testimonials which. they
have received from their former pupils, nuw
engaged in bushsess pursuits, and we might
also allude to the details of study, but we will
close by referring thormider to the advertise
ment on our first page, giving full details, to- I
gather with an accurate picture of the build
ing, etc. -
LAST NIGHT or Giaxas,--Our readers mss t
not forget that Vestvall appears;to-night in
the drama of Games, for the last time. Last
night, upon the occasion of her benefit, not
withetandieg the inclemency of the weatb,r,
the house was crammed by a largo and most
fashionable audience, who testified their ap
preciation by toad and hearty applause. On
Monday Vcstali will odapear as Capt. Heal de
Lagadan to the "Duke's Motto.' To those
who desire to take ladles, we should advise
them to metre their seats-in time, as theCtsithi=
for seats continues daily.
Atmaxv.-....The - people of Pennsylvania are ,
taking thee matter concerning the raisiegv4
38,000 additional troops very easy. To jtidge
from _appearances one would suppose the
whole State was asleep. The sleepers will
have a sudden awakening, however, on the
sth of January.
road Company aro erecting a round hoo.o anl
a number of shops at Tyrone city, which_will
be quite an improvement to that flourishing
town. Au additional track is also being laid
along the Tyrone stettion,on the map, Vale.
Pon Decanata.—ltarper's Magazine, Go
doy's Lady's Book, Peterson's Magazine s
Continental Monthly for December, sackler
tooreet's Mirror.of Fashion.; winter number!
are out and can be had at Frank Cabo . ll News
Dopot, Ci, rmicle
MACIAZINIV3 AYT, Y.Lese.a.—Call at Prank
Ciwe',. New. Depot and get your reading mat
ter. All the magasinee for December;ao all
the illustrated and literary papeie fer-16
week can be had at his eatahhehmeath;
ide beading. ;-
Ptatat Norlca.—The now organization of
tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints hold theiraorvicas awry, Sabbath after
noon, at 2 o'clock, and overtingat-7 edock,
at Neptuno Hail, Seventh street. The publla
aro respectfully invited to attend.
- Nc.;r 800 Ks.-My Furrier rEdgelvood, by S.
A. Marvel. The Fatzt Marria,,..e, by Biro.
Sotithv. - orth, aa4l everything oleo in the roasl
- line can be had - at Frank Cnic'e None De
pot. Fifth street.
SMALL Pox has prat - ailed he 4 considerably
extent, in Shnren, Mentz oeunty, duringlhe.
peel fear months, hat it has DOW almost
disappeared—bat tyro or three eases remain
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
T 11011.121 PARCT, Plain and Orna=rintal
Slate-Roufer r and dealer in Pennsylvania and
Vermont slate of tha beet qnallty at low rates.
Office at Atez. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
Salvino Mscursza.—Persons in want of a
good Sewing Machine, will llnd Meilra. dro
ver and Baker's a first rate article. There is
none better. These machines have been
before the public for many year', their merits
have been thoroughly tested, andla verdict In
their favor has been onanttnously rendered
811 over the country.—fl. S. Journal.
SLCOED Almost. or Fars. AND Wurraa Goons,
just received at Baut'l Graluun dc Co.'s, Mer
dhsuit. Tailors, No. 54 Market street. It con
sists of all the very latest styles of cloths,
cassimeres and outings; overcoatings of.all
kinds of the very taut qna li ty, all a whieh
is selected from the latest importations, and
will be mtulo up to the most fashionable and
best manner. Gontiemen. *airings stock pf
goods to select from, that cannot he slur/seed
by any other in the tity, aidr'every garment
warranted a perfect tit, would do well to give
us-an early call.
Gamma Gaanan le Co.,
Merchant Tailors, No. 64 Market et.
SAW= Guam, ego. MoCarrinms.-
Hammes WZZICI.T, Leslie's News and
Independent for Aids week, sad all the totals}
daily papers, at Pittook'e, opposite the Pon
HAasta, Gbdey, Continental, Petersen, and
Balton and. Arthur? Magazines for Decem
ber, at Pittorit's, oipoette the Post-Mitre.
. . .
CALL Aso Sem Tsteit.---A fine selection of
Album& ot, very low prices, st Pittook's, op
- - -----
Suns6itx tic (Pt an Eastern or
. Western daily
paper at Pittock's, opposite the . Post-oSco.
O. Sitz, Dentist, 248 Peon street, will At
tend to all boalows of his oiofouioa.
atctbo reildonci of the bride's" (IMF, bY. the
Bev. W. H. DrOads, Dr. D. COWLEY. of 414.
bartal, and MN M. M. MOWRY, of Allegteroy.
IFTEWART-117..AD0DA85.7- 13 y ' the Be*.' lf.r .
Thomas, at hL residience. on - November 19th, 1863.
Mr. JOIN STIVABT,icid Misr SURE M. 11MA-D.
GRASS, both of Porno WWITISMP, Pl 6
• lir/TER.—On Friday morning, at tits residence
of her brother, James Inez,- ILawreneerellia, Mrs.
SARAH A. JANNEY, late of dt. Louis, Mo.
• The fhneral arlN4aks plato At TYpeelock. p.m on
SATIMDAY, CariPlgvil!ill leave Jackman'■
Slitl;iest keno etreet,,at o'clock.
JAMESON.—On Thursday morning, tOth Inetont,
at the reeldanoe of her husband: No. 218 federal
street, Allegheny, NABS JAMESON, In the efgh,
year of her age. •
The funeral wM take place en iliTtrlDer, the 210
lost., at 2 o'clock 0. m. The Mends L a
the E lit
are respectfully requested to erttentd.
IIItEADING.--On Thursday wonting, .13t1,
JAMES E. 1211.12AMCM, in the Toth year of his ego.
The (mural take place from the madames of
Mc Oster, Mrs. May Jan Hogg, Treehlugtost Street,
Allegheny City: HATCADLT KelleitUlo, at.lo; o'clock.
The Mends of the family are invited to attend.
LATISON.—On Thumder morning, Not. ihtbos
the residence of her ism, In East Pittsbu ne rgh, VARY
L , wife of John R. Derby., n , dewv.d, of Newark ,
TIM femoral will be attended from her late reel
I *met (ltt Xallerk,) 4ts.oAr srassoos, Nay. 21st,
t - TA - TTEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
Special Dhipatch to the Pittsburgh Somata.
WASHINGTON Crrr, Nor. 20th, 1863
CLOTRIXO arD PROVISIONS POS INDIANA SOL
Rev. Imo° W. Monfort,, Indiana Military
Agent, has just returned from Ecniros3 Mon
roe and City Point, where be went under in
structions from Goy. Morton, to make arrange
ments-to furnish clothing and provisions for
Indiana soldiers in mho' prisons. Ile trek
with him 800 suits of clothing, togother. with
stores, which he -accompanied to City Point,
where they were delivered to the rebel au
thorities, with- every assurance that they
should roach their destination. Be and Gov.
Morton leaves for Baltimore to-morrow for
City Point, with $1,500 worth of provisions
and stores, in addition to those already . for
The following is the correspondence between
Monfort and Commissioner Oald :
FORTIZESS M 058.011, Nur. 12
floe. R. thdd, Agent of E..change, Richmond,
Va.—Sir: I am in receipt this day of a dis
patch from his Excellency Gov. Morton, of
Indiana, making inquiry in regard to the
probability of supplying our prisoners of war I
with provisions, Ate. It Is the desire of (lot.
Morton to meet the wants of all'now confined I
in Southern prisons, who belong to Indiana
regiments. I have the honor to ask whether
transportation would bo granted for such
stores, andir granted, that some suitablo per
son should be named, to Whosoev;r they bo
sent, and by whom distributed. The qoantity
of provisions soot, it is hollered, would not ,
burthcn your transportation.
*capeeldully your obodicut servant,
[signed,] I. W. M05r0 . ,,,
Indiana Military Agcat.
The following is the reply of Commissioner !
COX/14,16111". Stern Of Alt En s ,,, W o u,, Dm' s.. I I
Rn•nnese, VA., ' November 1 0 . IS". ./
limo- W. Monfort, Military .t; :vat of Indio,'
Fortress Moaroc—Sir :Too communisation,
of the 12th inst., has been received. Any pro
visions you may cheese to send to Oity Point,
for the benefit the Indiana prisoners, will
be faithfully distributed to them, under such
regulations as shall be proscribed by our
pilson authorities. Of course these regula
tions will have but the ono aim, of benofitting
your people. The provisions can bo sent to
my care, or that of Brigadier General Winder.
There will, of course, ho some difficulty In
finding your people. Some of them may be
at one once and some ut another. We have
now begun dtstrtliuting. Federal prisoners
over-our country, owing to the recent refusal
of the Federal authorities to make exchanges.
This fact, of itself, would be a good reason
for not directing stores to any of your officers.
Every effort will be made to find .out your
people, and duo reports Maas to you from
time to time.
Respectfully, your ob't serraat,
ROBERT OVLD, Agent of Exchange
Governor Morton is in town to-night
EXIIISCII Ol C0N02.2.9h
Begin to come in to make arrangements for
-.the winter. Among them ii Si:embers, the
newly elected member from Delaware.
LattorteWntrrxe 00 vita TILIAOr6T WITRNSION.
The iiillitiFlOf_the strike on the Treasury
extension.*eeng:ol, laborers, ins tempera
rily disposed the 'WM:ming decision
. frioan.B4 - 04i10.phise: 0 .1 am of opinion that
0:111 - 1X1Ssied.lent to make any change in the
maissysiti**lkltherto provoliedin respect
to beto,l,Aw4rk. until a general ooncurrence
In notion of all the Departments of ilorern
moutimplerying labor In Vashbtigton stn be
madh The old rules, thmatons, that tea hours
per day. (except' When Ices time intern :lies
between ono. hone . after sunrise and Cermet,
and than. that , time) shall coca cite to a day's
work, will he ohserred until further order,"
The wo&rien :are greatly gratified with the
decision, and at a meeting thin afternoon a
committee assured the men they could now
see the Secretary was the friend of the working
-man, and that there would always be a way
of redress for their grievances, without retort
tog to ally manner that looked like coercion,
and that as (rein the nature of things men
eonld not all personally know the Secretary,
it wan gratifying to learn as the Committee
that the Secretary's exact sense of justice
could always be relied upen, and the Commit
tee, in c.mclusien, asked the men In work
faithilthilly and well for the men who had thus
shown himself a friend to the right.
WORKMEN CAPTURED ELY GCCIMILIA3
I , ,artecn workmen on the Rappahannock
-Railroad wore captured by a guerrilla officer
and marched into an ambush of hie men, who
'then .tole their proviniens nod ferhade them,
Stith threats, not to ge to work again. They
10011 went to work, however.
Tho War peparttoont has issued an order
ippointing.lames •C. Wetmore and Gardner
Tufts, of . 244achusetts, &Hoek, of Wiscon
ssn, Chester, of Illinois, and Ilafferty, of Few
Jersey, • 'hoard of devenimerit Inspectors r
eta Washington hospitals.
incoNarnuartos or VIA UNION
The cabinet discussions aro said to have re
cently turned npin the proper policy far the
recorestruction of the Union. It seems to be
.genorally understood that none but free States
♦re likely to he readmitted.
trrraanii or irinocreu
' The President's friends aro giving out that
to now very taneh regrets the removal of Ed
tr.‘rds, of Missouri. They say he didn't know
all the facts when he flint noted on Dates' sug
gestions. " '
NATIOY 41. LUKE NOTX.S.
National bank notes will at first bo printed
to New York, the Fitea by the Continental
and the Tent, .probably, by the American com
The second District regiment of negro
iroopcis full,and another regiment Is to be
organised at once.
1LL.W315 Or TUC IMILTIDZST . II SOX.
The Pr&slant - is solicitous far the health
of his youngest son.
The Bth Illinois Cavalry Iwo re-et:distal
in a holy As veteran volunteers.
Franz. blemplthw.Gen. ilnrlbutya Order
—Another Rald Threatened, etc.
Mawr ,Tor. 17.--Gen. Hurlbut's order,
reported yesterday, mused great excitement
in this , 14, especially among the Jews, a
large number, of whom are liable to be con
scripted!, The order is generally approredby
military ( men, and the soldiers eepeolally are
jubilant,' at the general consternation of the
The Hues are completely closed, and all In
tercourse and trade with the interior Is sus
pended for tbo present.
Chalmers' fOrces are again gatherintupon
Tallahatchie for another raid. They are re
ported from 0,000 to 8,000 strong, with ten
pieces of artillery, be having been reinforced
from ,Alabama. A warm reception awaits
The railroad from Jackson, Miss., to Gre
nada, hsui berm nc ' repaired
ing to by the
th rebels, and
trains-oommeod rune n 8 latter point
on the Bth: ,
Bragg Is reported falling back to Rome.
The &undo at, Selma to said to be casting
120 pounder guns and large quontitios• of
1610111011 Of 80111U8'
- AT GIFILBLIGIL
GREATEST DEMO STRATTON EVER WITNESSED
IN THE COUNTRY•
SPEECH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
BETWEEN THIRTY AND FIFTY THOUSAND
MON. EDWARD EVERETT ORATOR OF THE DAT
Remarks of Gen. Bohanek, Gov. Sey
mour, Judge Shannon, Wayne
M'Veigh, Seoretary Blair, J.
W. Taney and , others,
Bps,.W Dizpatclo., to the Fittiburgh Garato
0rrr999r90, lior. 19, 1893
This was a great day for the nation. The
burial place of her glorious defender* en the
crisis of the national safety, was splendidly
dedicated to valor, to patriotism and to free
dom. The people have been owning all the
week, and some days since the town weir over
flowing, so that the hoses who arrived Yester
day and last night. were compelled to sleep
on the floors of private houses. 'eke domtat
etration of the military, and of high officials,
secretaries and citizens in te procession, was
superior to anything of this kind 6,02 wit
nessed in this country. Ward H. Lemon,
Marshal of Washington, is - as the Chief Mar
shal to-day, assisted by some series of aids.
Their drew was according to the order that
has been published. After the performance
of on original piece by the l and, furnished by
Gov. Curtiu,and a piece el/gum:lily suited to the
occasion, which was performed by precuninent
skill. Mr. Stockton was introduced, who offmed
op such a prayer, as only he is capable of.
The vast assembly stood uncovered in breath
less attention during the invocation, and few
indeed were the hearts, hoverer obdurate,
that did not unite with him in this prayer of
the great ALll4li,an nation, Neeer was man
selected for any service so fit, in every re-
Test, to perform it. There the reverend gen
tleman stood, looking as if ho himself was one
of the brave dead, whose graves were spread
out before him, just risen from the tomb to
Meek° the hied of nations and liberty to bless
the sacred work, and inspire the hearts et the
living with the grandeur el the work stillloo
Hon. Edward Everett was then inttodsined
The procession arrived on tho ground just
minutes before eleven o'vlock, and at hell
psst eleven the vast asseruirlage was called to
Mr. Everett, the orator. procaeded pith a
discourse, occupying two hours and four min
utes in the delivery. •
The tj -edema stand was filled with the offi
cers of the General Government, Governors
and their Staffs, Foreign Ministers, Admirals
and the members of the Press. In the front
eat the President of the United States, and
on his left sat Seward and Montgomery Blair.
Behind the Pre•ideot sat Governer Ted, Hon.
John Brough, Governor Seymour, Governor
Curtin and others. Perhaps the most attentive
and appreciating listener was Old Abe him
self. Ho seemed to be absorbed in profound
thought till the spell was broken, by a mistake
of Coo orator in saying Gen-I,e, when he
should have said Gen. Meade, which mistake
catusd the President ate turn to Seward, and
with a loud voice ..Itoll. Meade," but the
orator SOPllle.i :tot to - hear it at this time. lhe
orator again made the 24310 mistake, hut the
President corrected it loud enough to secure a
eartection by the orator.
Another who., .01. w-tenet nom
-0,1 moat to express the pleasure felt. watt John .
Btough. Governor eti'et of Ohio. Futuna°
minutes niter the orator entritecneed there
ont,,,dera`tle eon fusion I 0 the right that
seemed not to he silenced. 'The crowd
was packed so densely that the marshals crh• ,
ARE co their hones nuleint the multitude could
not frlON't, towards the desired quarter, hut at
length no impreasire passage of the orator,
contrasting the iMpott2llloC of the Grecian
straggle at M.lrehion with that of our Re
public on tile spot where be stood, the dense
crowd gore way, and ft breathless attention
rnaitsta;ned througlomt. At the cooclar
S i on it t h,,rekr.an, a choir from tile
Association of Baltimore, treated the people
to a beautiful dirge, written at Gettysturg.
The Marshal then introduced President Lin
coln, who spoke as follows after imams,-
applause Four score ZIGI seven years ago
our fathers established, upon tide:continent, a
government sub‘cribed in liberty, and dedi
cated to the fundamental principles that all
men are crowed equal. [" Good, good," and
applause:, Noce wo are engaged in a great
contest—in tes Liar, the question whether this
nation or any nation, so conceived or so
dedicated, can long remain. We have met on
a great battle field of the war. We bare met
here to dedicate a portion of that field as the
final resting place of those who have given
their lives u, that nation that it might live.
It is altogether fitting end proper that we
should do this, but in a largo sense wo cannot
dedicate. We cannot consecrate. We cannot
hallow this ground. The brave men who are
living and dead, who struggled hero, have
consecrated it far above our poor power to
add to or detract from. • [Great applause.)
Let us remember what we did here, but not
forgot what they did here. [lmmonee ap
plause.) It is fat us rather, the living, to be
dedicated here to the unfinished work that
they have thus far so nobly carried forward.
•[" Good," and great applanae.) It is rather
for no hero to be dedicated to the great • task
remaining before us—to renew our devotion
to that ranee for which they gave the full
measure of their devotion. Here let no re
solve that what they have done shall not have
been done in voin—that the notion shall, un
der God, have a new birth of freedom, and
that the Government of the people, founded
by the people, stall not perish.
The conclusion of the President's remarks
was followed by immense applause, and throe
sheers given for hint, as also throe cheers for
the Governors of the States. Tho number
assembled was between thirty thousand and
fifty thousand, and the spot on which they
stood is one of the most beautiful on earth;
from the northeast stretching westerly is the
South Mountain range to fifteen miles dis
tance and pushing Into Maryland, in front is
a range on moderate, elevation, from which
the rebels ended the momentous struggle;
northwesterly is the round top hilly where
Gans. Sickles and Sykes, and the Pennsylva
nia Reserved fought the bloody oonteet of the
left wing on the second day; northwesterly Is
Seminary llill, so well known in that struggle,
and eastward and ahnoet adjoining tho county
is Ctlip Hill, from which our batteries poured
an effectiie fire. The hills, valleys and moun
tains all around, p resent
_ a eerie, of charming
D i ctum ,. The National Cemetery adjoins
Gettysburg and stopfling northwards towards
the long lino of hills from which the foe made
the attack. The old cemetery has been beau
tifully improved, though all the monuments
and iron - fence demolished by shot and
shell have not been restored. It is in eleva
ted and commanding Lito, eloping dowhand
sonely all around,Aacept to the eastward,
where a slight descent brings up to the Bala. I
more railroad, and immediately across up
Culp iilll, where the earth defenses of two
batteries are as they were constructed.
The Baltimore band, assisted by a troupe of
female singers of Gettysburg, then performed
a charming and appropriate piece; after which
the Rev. Mr. Bomber pronounced a benedic
tion and the ceremonies closed.
LinuLOOTOVICIT Anderson elect, of Ohio, de-
livered an elegant oration at the Presbyterian
this morning, at eta o'clock. He was
roundly applauded, three cheers several time.
The band that filled the poet of honor at the
stand to-day was Bergfield's band, of Phila
delphia, and the magnificent dirge with which
the ceremonies were commenced was the com
position of Mr. Bergfiold. It Is • German
band. After the prayer of Mr. Stockton, the
band played "Old Hundred."
Last evening, at a late hour, the President
and others were serenaded, in response to
which Mr. Lincoln: wound himself, and
c p ee d t e. ware made by - judge Shannon, of
Pittsburgh, IdoVelgh, of WeltChestor, J. W.
• YessalacadXontgosnary Blair._ Zang glo- . I
rifted the Piesidant, and Blair announced a !
vigorous prosecution of the War as the doter- ,
urination of the Administration.
Generals Steno, Couch and Schenck were I
conspicuous, but the finest looking off.rer of i
them all was Schenck. •
A powerful impression was mode this
upon the nation. More than any other single
event will this glorious dedication nerve the
heroism, and deepen the resolutien of the liv
ing to conquer It all hazards ; more than any
thing else will this day's work contribute to
the nationality of the great republic.
At the conclueion of the czescises at the
stand, General &amok made an eloquent re
ception speeoh on the presentation of a flag to
a New York regiment
In the morning Gov. Seymour was called
out in the public square, and made a vigorous
war speech, advocating the necessity of crush
inr the rebellion at all hazards.
COMMLICOIir, Po, Nov, 20.
The ceremonies of the stand were conclud
ed at two and a bait o'eleck. During the
exercises the Fifth New Ybrk artillery regi
ment, richly dressed, stood in single rank In a
s-weent of a circle, outside the crowd. As
loon as the benediction p.unonneed, Gen.
Conch called for cheers for Governor Curtin,
Governor Seymour and Gen. Schenck. •
The number ofbodies exhumed and real
terred up to the present date, is about
hundred. The number still remaining where
they were at first buried is estimated at 00111 c
two thousand. This would show a greater
numbeir of killed than is set down in General
2deade's report of the battle. The discrepancy
is explained by the fact, that some twelve
hundred of our mon died in the hospitals here,
who are returned as wounded. Some four
hundred of the rebel wounded also died in
the hospitals. These were buried with as
meth care and attention as our own men.
Probably as many as o thousand of our dead
were removed by their friends. Tho unre
cognized bodies will probably number a thou
sand. This is accounted for by the fact that
mady of our men, who were killed in the first
day'. fight, were buried in trenches by the
rebels, and the work was finished the follow
ing Sunday by our own troops- But many
names and initials and aonvinieua, that may
be identified by friends, have been obtained
by Mi. Wills, and will he mode public se soon
as possible. The plan also embraces the idea
of one general monument eemmerative of the
occasion. Yo pions or designs have yet been
esked for er submitted. A subscription of
two hundred nod eighty dollars was made up
by the worsteds of the day for the relief of the
The Herald of this morning correeta a
greed mistake of Everett's as twico assert
ing the equity of the fercee engaged 14
the great battle, and estimates the discrep
ancy at 35,000 In our favor, and of the provi
dential inaction of the rebel army ie the early
Part of the first, dey, of which the orator
spoke. The Herald says that instead of being
providential, the inaction was due to the
drubbing winch Gee. Roynold's gar e them
on the first day.
- - -
The agent of the A•eoelated Press seems to
overlook Western Virginia.. Gov. Boorman
ie not reported among the other Extolleucite,.
The Governor of the youngest daughter of
them all, the happy birth from blood; rebel-
Bon, was present WILLI his staff, aid so this
groat national memento is consecrated. Ban
ker Hill speaks far :New llnglanil, but Gettys
burg speaks for the whole Ilarth, whose eons
are there- A.ya and. fur the. eleuth, for are not
her sans there also /
It is difficult for d Western reporter to got
justice at Um East.. They have th. cpor^tore
under their heels, and 111-ve reason to believe
that 10,000 words aerie crowded in ahead of
my C..ipadch tact night, driving me off at a
late boar to a.dlstant point to get anything
through before two o'clock a. m. H.
Adviecs from Surnsides--lIIIs Position
Impregnable-..Advattee of Meade , s
Army—Rebel News, etc.
IVAsktsaTox. Yu, 20.—Ads ices have been
root-ire,/ at the War Department this morn
ing from ( L •r.. Burnside. Us says that his
positlL., Ls improvable, and he has no fears
of the rebels under tongstreet.
IL is reported hors that Monde'', army oecu
ides Madison Court House, and that the re
bets are retreating.
Richmond paperl ldth cootoin the
An Atlanta., Ga., dispatch, dated Sor. 13,
■aye that a party of Georgia troops ana In
dians killed the notorious l3ry,on and thirty.
four of his wen a abort tittle nine•
.A sim,iai to 1110 RerttO,r, dated .iweet• Ater.
Nov. 12th, Lays': The Federate have tertuvtd
all their supplies to Knoxville.
A special to the fetettsg.:ece says t Tbr.o
Yankee officers, who deserted end came into
our lino., report that Gen. Grant expects soon
to assault Lookout. H. army :4 en halt
rations. Two hundred of the Yankee prison
ers in Richmond have been sent to ecnzole the
good people of Danville. It is probable that
tho next flag of truce, irons the North, which
is expected at City Point daily, will bring up
a :arse number of ime surp,vos, held as pris
Adricee from Air. Adam $, our .Mini,ter is
England. confirm the newe that a heir triad
is granted by the Court of Exchequer in the
COllO of the Alexandria.
No news was received hero yesterday from
the Chowan. We have hoards rumor taut the
enomy.wore fortifying at Winton, but the ro
mar wants confirmation. We should not be
zurprised, at may time, honorer, to hear of an
advance on Weldon in that direction.
The bombardment of Fort Sumter imt ufight
continued as none!. Slow Bring is going on
The enemy fired twenty-five shots from Ft.
Gregg into the city, doing no material digi
t:pl. It is reported that a gun buret of the
There has been slow tiring on Sumter ail
day. Present indications are that the enemy
intend more extensive operations.
No monitors wore in action to-day. They
FORTBMIS Mosuos, Nov. 20.—The streaker
has arrived from Clty Point. Col. Irvik.g has
satisfactorily transferred our Goverment ra
tions, and aloe the Baltimore American relief
hinds and provisions to Commissioner Gold.
The Richmond Examiner, of Nov.lBth, con
tains the following:
t'herfeston, Noe. 7.—Two of the Monitors
engaged are not seen this morning. A report
from Moultrie states that the leading Mont.
'tor in the fight had her smoke stark and tur
A report from Sumter states th-t four Mon
itors took their positions to-day near Cum-
It kings'- Point and afterwards periled up the
channel. It is believed they carried heavy
weights, suspended at certain depths below
I;iie water, to ascertain if there was passage
for TCBSCiE of a certain draft.
-Riahmond- papers mil I 000 more Yankee
prisoners were sent to Danville yesterday.
116 Yankee priseneis were recwired at Libby
prison on Monday night, among theta the
tailors and marines captured on the last night
of the'. 'malt on kittmter's battered walls.
Th 4 great ram Missouri, built at Shreveport,
La., Is a failure. She cost the government
half a m:Illon dollars.
No Richmond papers, except of tho
New Toes, Nov. 20.—Tho Richmond Ex
amUler, in a resent editer4al, shows the worth
lessness of the rebel onrreney, and says that
the government is gradually feeling its way
to a system of foreed leans.
The bakers of Richmond have raised the
price of the pound leaf breed from 26 to 60
A rebel report gays that the Yankees re
cently came to, Jonesville, Lee oounty,
from the Rappahannoek, and burnt the Acad
emy and Masonle Hall, and committed all
sort of depredations.
From a robot account it appears that a cal
cium light is need by Gen. (Gilmore, at Fort
Gregg, to obtain - a greater accuracy in firing at
The'City Council of Richmond has srpro
priateds6o,ooo to purchase a family resiacneo
for Gen. Leo.
Ca p ts. Flynn and Sawyer—GoTern ment
WOHINCTON, Nov. 20.—The rebel oesers,
in connection with our own at Fortress Mon
roe, deny that they are treating Capts. Flynn
and Sawyer in any way different from any
other Union prisoners hold in Richmond, ex
cept that they are kept separate from their
The vales 0f,,5:29s daily for tb•• last ten
days amount to evers9oo,ooo.
The Treasury_Department Is nearly $34,-
000,000 behind in the delivery of coupon
bonds, some of the orders of Oct. 30th being
yet unfilled. This delay, like that of last
August, is in ecrtulegnence of the non-comple
tion of the new dertes:of bonds.
Mass Meeting to Favor Reera!flag
New Yoe", Nor. 20.—A mass meeting to
tarn recruiting is to he held at the cooper
Institute next Wednesday night. Gen. Dix
will preside. It Is believed that the largo
quota of roltutteere called front this city, can
be obtained by thoue of proper efforts.
Excitement In Gold—Gen. Meagher t &TITER r wriaGENc
fs MID ticedmeit i ark r at
raft Attacked by Rebel Mum—Gen' 1
Banks , Expedition.
Sear Your, Nov. 30.—The gold market was lima the %die mar k ' irdi "' t ' .d. ' - eact. A 7aln•
cf.te t„-nosy by unfavorable rarnues i.e to fell all 6 .47Perra...1• "-
Burnside, and a report that a French ramiel of another rise.
had taken out to-day '3 - 2,700,000 for Vera eras, I There was be fifer buer''' done nt
and that to-morrow the shipment to Europa terdey, which weeoaingto s tear, :ty of boats, and
would be heavy. Gt... 1.1, at one time, reached I the unpleasant atalaof tkie weather. There has the
154 , 4, but closed at 1.53'4. A largo arm ope- loan aat to ,i ez . e t ue ,,,dare ear last ar ..d the
rating in gold touted to-day. Lecialt• from 011 City, and.the llesorre from
Report says that General Meagher has been matt consti•lto the errieala When the Leolstre lett
made a Major General, and is to command
Citythere were heat than thirty inches he the
the old Sickele Excelsior brigades, recruited
rheum% • '
to their full stantard. ; and falling. Shoves not taking any fre , zbt
The Russian Admirals leave Monday next yesterday for Points above though It is
for Fortress Monroe, where they expect to ' fraoable lint the reeent rains trill manse another As.:
pass the winter. enfkcieri to reader Use Allegheny navigable to the
A blockading squadron off Mobile reports oil regions. The 011 City is due to-day, and will an
that the rebel rams recently ari...ohin.l the fleet, doubt be found at, the tool ino.
but after receiving three shots from the glum - The public end oar coat tacrub ols to
boats, and two from the Geuessee„ they run ! particular, will be glad to learn that all of tboltram
bask under the guns of Fort Morgan.
tug. that left on the recent rise. have get ellen, fleely
The steamer Morning Star, from
,N ow Or
.iced so far ae beawl from, as the r i ver was falling pidly
lean!, November 14th, via Racoon,
to-night. when eone of them left, that they would ex., ',ere
The expedition be water, accompanied by groat difficulty in passing no the nhraerou bars
Gen. Banks, had been a sueoess. I aal shads between here and Wheeling.
Braso's Inland, Brownsville and Point Is- , The new and spl-redid irteamer areron, _are.
abella were captured, and are now in , Donnelly, is announced to leer* for Cincinnati' and
Olt Vile evening. Mr. Alexander McCowfully,
session. The enemy threw away grins and ,
fled to Sant Anna. The casualties on either a gentleman of emu popelarit) end .c0.:...,411 It
tile are not mentioned. I th- clerk.
The reports of heavy fighting in West Lou- , T im cri,„,, Goole rrt , it.
isiana are untrue. There had bcon a alight ; P atrick ,
advertised to levee Cincinnati rr
skirmish, but nothing decisive. Our forces „
aro still in ebe vicinity of Vermillion. Every- ..• Th 6 1 . 4.. if the fOr'rn
thing is quiet. , most bad not yet taken all of the ta-ta at Cindur.ati.
The eorrevondent of the Herald thinks the ; The new and patty steamer Joan, Capt. Wm.
occupation of the Rio Gi•anda, and the block- ; Conleon, clerk, la.. C. MeVsY, alb kat. , ntymPt.Y
ado of the entrance thereto, which was the to-day at 4p. m., for Zanesville. The Julia js dea.
leading topic of disonsidon in New Orleans, is tined to become very yenta., in Mie trade, of rho If
likely to lead to a conflict with France. I admirably adapted for a packet.
Th. ...delaide, of c. 44.
will be Seen by card, is sun ..mood to I.
Lcrolevllle, and Naehei Ils ett..mq
The Reserve, Capt. Y. ilerron, Is ani
leave far Cincinnati this afternoon at 4 .
out fall. Mr. W. 'A List, has charge
Latest from Europe
C&i 'ascii', Nov. 20.—The City of Balti
more, from Liverpool on the 11th, vir. Queens.
'ono on the 17th, passed bore this morning.
Liverpool For. 11.—Cotten opened firm, bnt
dosed doll and tending doemiwarl.
Breedvtoffs steo.:l:7; lour end wheat firm,
golet. Red western ....heat 70.2,7ge.
Corn very dull end - tending downwnri; sales
at .".. 46 1:40 for mixed. Provisions,!‘tfoll; Beef
pilot. P. rk inactive ; bacon tending down
war I. Lord riell. Sugar firm.
Londoe, .Atom. 11.— Breadetuffe firm. Coffee
steady. Tea steady and quiet.
. . . . .
Consols for money DV ; C
trni Erin 74y.
Xor. 12.—Cotton henry and the
It WSe reported that the Brirtsh Admiral
lied ordered the Realm; from t(oeenswn u.
It was believed that n steamer was shipping
mom ecteaslliii a stokers,but it wa, rupprood
for more active service.
Lord Palmerston in a aboecl.. at the Lord
Mayor's banquet deplorn4 the AMof.arl rise.
Ile said that England would have Interfered
but for the belief that it would have been in
vain. She, therefore, would use neither blan
disment nor menaces, ' , et , ronlgi remain
ietly neutral. Regarding Poland, he said,
England had done her duty by remonstrance.
Rut although these remonstrance. Lau ;ailed,
ho Lupo.; Russia would cease to pu nue
fi on of
•r.sive course. Lord Palmerston in reception
was eignitisantly enthusiastic.--
Mr. Villiers, a prominent supporter of the
Government, had been sp,aLing in delouse of
the federal party.
A Paris telegram says that Matamera is not
blockaded, bat contr4baud of war is not
oil ~^•1 to be landed.
The Emperet's proposal fur an European
C 'tigress sttrantb universal .d....ntion. Fifteen
powers are invited. It supposed that a greater
number will acquiese.
The dro:n of gold from England still con
tinued. A further advartect in the rate of dies
000 rt was
Provi.luus Faithfully Delivered to our
Prisoners In Richmond
W tslTiNivroS, .9 , tr this of
We learn, through recer.t eorrespooduneo,
op to the 11th meet., from Richmond, between
Robert Ould, the Exchange Commis
stoner, and General 1 Meredith, our Exchange
Commissioner, which has reached this
that the rebel authorities are faith:ully ear
co..og :here promise to give our prisoners in
their hands tbc food and everything our Gov
ernment has forwarded to itiebteond. To
that end our hospital dr pacttus,ut here, tutting
iiergeon Burns, has ecru, forward to add mod
brines to the .terer, thus forehead to our suf
fering heroes in Richmond by the government.'
The rebel authorities will not permit onr gor
ornmeat Agent to oorompany the goods within
their lines, substituting a rebel commissioner
in their steed where the flag of trnro boats
LEITFGTON, Kt— Nor. _2o.—Major General
ilartsta, rommanding the 20th Army Corps,
hag arrived. The change of the position of
thu bvilot in his hip, received at the battle of
Antietam, disables him from active field duty
for the present. Fie has been ordered to Cin
cinnati to preside over a Court Martial - , of
high rank. The command of a district in the
Department of the Ohio will probably Le ten
dered him, should the disability continue.
There it nothing from Cumberland Gap,
and the line ea.t of that poir.t in still inter
rupted, supposed from recent rains.
SAN Faasctsco, nor: 19.—Arrived. ship
lAirrunce, New lork. Sailed, ship Invinci
ble, Boston. carrying a cargo valued at two
hundred thousand dollars.
The agents and underwriters feel confident
soon raising the ship Agitate and cargo.
The Portland News says partialreturns from
the late Adibo election are sufficient to war
rant the assurance • that GOY. Wallace, the
Union candidate for Congressional Delegate
Mos boon cleated by a handsome majority.
The New York Central Railroad.
ALIIANT, li. T., Noe. 20.—Tho Director. of
the Central Railroad, at a meeting held in
this city, to-day, declared a eemi-unnual
Tiridend for the current six mouths ending
January 11, 1804, of fire per cent., with the
confident Sope that this rato can horoafter be
Sanitary Stores for New Orleans.
CAIRO, Nor. 20.—The steamer Clara Bell
left f.r New Orleans tu•uay, with over twen
ty -five hundred packages of Sanitary stores for
the soldiers. The cargo was mostly made up
from receipts of the Ladies' Northwestern
IT HAS NO EQUAL.—The immense
success which for the past seven years hoe attend
ed PROF. REF.D'S MAGNETIC OIL In the Micah,-
[lon and cure of pole, embeddin the proprietor to
state, Mud challenge controsliction,).
That it has cured more Rheumatism,
rat h^_, cured maze EL,ra 11,1 , 40,
That it has eared more Neuraleta,
That It has con d more Weak Jonsta,
That It hoe cored more I:la-rated Form,
That it has cored more Bru - sa,
That It has cured more Frosted Feet,
That it hafirented more Drab.,
That it has cored more Norma. Affections,
That it has cared more Stiff Joints,
Than all other Pahl Corm*, Pain KlDen nod Lini
ment. combined. Per sale by Drnggirmaserywhere.
131 MON JOHNSTON, Ekda Agent,.
eel 4 Garner Fourth and Smlthfleldstreeta,
GW. DAiH, MErccumx.T-.Trztos, No.
s 54 SMITHFIELD riTBEtT. will .11 cheep
for cash a good ITNION _SHIT FOB 8110:
MERE, au. wool, BLACK CLOTH SUIT, xis.
A nit of cloth made In twelve boars, at
G. W. DASH'S, •
UM?, SALE.-SIX'SMALL BRICK
• HOORMsitnate On Eitm•goon street, Allegheny.
Tim haunts will be void on terms to make It a desira
ble 'investment to capitalists, or persons desiring
cheap and comfortable homes.
Inquire of J, J. BARR,
No. 46 Diamond, Allegheny ;
or of B. B. W. GILL, Attorney-at-Law,
Datil:soda No. SO Filth street, Pittetrargb.
330 Obi.. pritaaGirean Appian;
10 ••tlwat Cider;
00 bush. White Beans;
3,000 fbe. Eartirtaat floor;
Jost received and far sale by
J. R. DILWORTH it CO.,
not) Na. 130 asidl22 &cowl stmt.
WHITt tNDRN MEAL. --just received
a fresh supply of Extra White Corn Meal,
from Indiana, and put up In small sacks for family
to, or f o r ...le by th. buglet. at the Tamity Grocery
Store of JOUR A. DENSIIAW,
Dolt Corner Liberty and Band streets.
171 VEINAL CLOTHES WRING-
Ens ace aci.noseledged to bo the eery buti in
- um. Call and see them at the India Rubber Depot,
No.. 26 and Mat, Clair erect.
7. b D. PHILLIPS,
Bela agents for this county.
effiOICE OM) CROP tUGAR.-48
bb h. to store and Ibr tato by
LITTLE k TBDlBlara
DUD Nos. 111 1 0.41 111 &and street.
(I.IIOICE DARK NEW CROP CS
lrEl.—.Ul bags to arrlasarat tby We by
aot9 . LITTIJI
Markets by Telegrapl
T og .. N ut . tom is I:wan-and a ah
tau, at : - tat. upland . Flour it
Is, Hater, but tho damned is not v , .y
(LtC,4:: for cairn Sta., 'Y7,a..47,uti for ea, ra
and 3', , ,z,(49,a , fur trnde hmtnit. Whitky it nt o cn no.
!lie and firmer at Cy:3.W,, %I beat .
opened 1132 t better, but with vilif a lira 11,J dornn.l,
closung - dull, and buyer. art generally relaxing to pay
u.:y ran,. xurs et
1,4 U fur Iltlwaukie Ciub, Alabee
•rd much meter and .3.154 c higher, wit strong
dpoeulairre demand:lt 51. . I
a...tarn In nom, mud 51,1 V.;" for tr Cr% yttlf.ci to
.4:4e—sold early In the day. Data Mdted duo
bigbor at 6,,t-iftr fur ar•tera eif.l butte. ••••• I
ver firm and in fair demand at bc. l'ura in rod., ;-
ate demand and-a ,fiadii firmer for now mom
1 d ,—e!, !!°,^7:, r 7 new Ladd, 51.111412,1:Zi far noon
prime, and 516,17 for new prima noon. /n 0: :-or.
actor. at bfallo for country mm,. Baton aides strawy
••Ilb • moiler , . demai.d at lugia for cite. t...rd
firm and in fair to...mar. denf-d,. at
11100 bbl. for December mid January ist
Duffer firmer at 20gfile for • thin, and
f.mie. Chaim rirmer at 136115.
Pfumnatanna, Nov. 23.—Yldur rime:, data of 11.0lf
bbl. Perinsyl,nld and Ohio fondly at
it boat firm: Wm of 6000 lamb r«I at 5:,66, and fe.POO
bash Kentucky • Msat 52,Cf6.32. 06 . end
scarce: waled of old )ello , at 01.14. non... I. fined
Illovid,nts firm. Whisky firm at
8A1.T11110111., NOV. W.—Flour actiae et 56,34717:0)
Wheat quiet; red deellmarl On. Whink•
dull at 6.5t , ,C.X. Doffed firm at
New York Stock and money Market.
ksa stritvont al 7 per cant; Sterling firmer
I.nt quiet sit 167(3168; Goid firmer but vt—
and unantled, epenfix: at 53%. denliniag to 51%, ad
vancing 42 54c, end cliuing .trot at
tlinclis quiet and steady.
bt,ke dull but first:
Cs R 1.. _ lOgli 'of C Z-cr•i , ... _U.: , .
P., Ft. WT !!. r RS% I N. T. U 1.,,,
C at. N W................. 89 iQuickadver C.' 6 . ?:,
10S' 'll , lo. I'm '''`d
lIOR CLNCINNATT 11()U!S.-
'ACT LL6 AND SASHVT L
The lino .tesm•r ADELAIDE, A. 31111,, will
IoaTA WI above LIONDAY, the
Itr height or pumice apply on board or tp
no2l JOHN Anent.
Fox CINCINNATI & I,OU
ISTILLE.—The line new etearner ,
PARAGON, apt. Donnelly, will Lee u alewe
SATURDAY, .21et !mt., nt I
Forftsight or t..v.mq,, applr on t.oar s r
J. D. MM..' r:..t uuD, rnr
.519 !MIN IMAM,
1. 4 1 011, CINCINNATI
I IS VILLA—The atpl.ndia EThoner
FISSIRVADept. D. A lierroo, Iraso t 4,0
TM? DAI, Slat init., at 3 o'cl..ck p. rn.
Fur froigEt pang.. apply on
t. 021 JOHN FLACE. A.74t.
rCWpHELIING, !41 A MVP-
-TA AND fine • • •
PloMg4r gramer EM3IA GRAIIA 41, 'Donn. kyrrr,
corditander, hares Pittetrergit Ivory TUESDAY, at -
4 p,and Zatter4lll4.grery FRIDAY. at 8 o'rlock.
m. I ttiiitror steiMer JUL lA, Wm. Vont..., C o m.
masular. Ramo, Pittsburgh ever* BATUREPAY,a4
p. w., and 4:4 4v4ry TUESDAY. at B YdocL
m. For freight otpatmat , appl7 on bowl 'or . to
Pit 'burgh ;
U. S. PIERCE A. Co..
The undersigned having beau restored to health !u
• few weeks by • very eanyle remedy. after Isesios
suffesed several years with • severe lung affect/an,
and that dread disease, emsumplion—is sexism to
make knotra to his fellow sufferers the means of con .
To ell who desire 1., will send • mu of the
prescription used, (tree of aharge,) with the din-e.
Ilona for preparing and critng the same, they
will find a sere oaf fbe .00NBUMPTION, ASTIIII A,
BIWNCHITIB,-COIIGHS, 00119, do, The only
object of the edvertiser to sending the preseropt:ou
Is to benefit the aniicted, and epre•d Information
whir+ he conceive, to be invaluable ; end he hop,
every entrerer ertU try his remedy, se It_ will roet
them nothing, and may prove a blesmug.
.Pertim wishing the prescription will please &d1r....
Rev. EDlT:till) I. WILSON,
Williata•bmgi., latogr• . - eent,T, New T
JOHN COCHRAN & RRO., Man
uffsetmers IRON RATLINO, IltnN
VAULTS AND VAI - I.T COORS, WIN DOW."ZIL CT.
TENS, WINDOW. OLTADDS,Ae., Nos. II SECtiN.la
ud II THIRD STREET, bot. Way.. nod Mute.
Han on hand a variety of non Patterns. fancy e.nl
plain, suitable for all pmetents.
Particular attention paid•tu enclosing it:ttee Lots.
dobbin.; done nt short notice. uPP
WR. HOLMES & son., Pea.Lrrc
Ix TORSION AND DOMESTIC BILLS-OF
EXCHANGE. LI:STIER:ATS.9 OF DEPOSIT,
BANK NOTES AND SPECIE. ZE.. Si MARKET
STREET, Pitiabmgb. P . s. , •
a37' Ca Vas prinelys.: titles
thraneunit thoirulted States. rpSR
' -7117111 c, dvc.
bm lb. ploadur. to annosuue ttut he
hus just returned from Nen end Beetle, litwee
M has aelicted from the Taetnria of alettrfag
Booz, Judit. k Ben, Hazelton 8r0.., W. P. rmcrann
sced other, • splowild aosortno.nt. of PILL/COS, co.
Ira:wing all stilan of WO., tram_ plain to extra eu-wed
Thew Instrantents sill arrive tlaiini this and the
comiug "yak, and 1b &Mallon of pnrbaao 14 ro-
erectfolly mollated to them.
rarratas TOSCIT ILL.
CHAS. C. M.EI4LOR,
81 WOOD OMER:
'peaking of Oail Anthtni4 Coa
n,rt In Haw /ark, tiar editorof the . - -
Maned Seine mad rerid nuthelgthe
marks " The Instruments need oa amnion'
want at • comparatively. hew Lan, of the rem. at
Decker Brothers, and gala very gratifying evidence
of exmlbmt morkmanats (pan& yverarful and Mil:lent'
tow. Intelter's Plum are nndentirdly the bmt
mannfiteterrd nom in MU eoradry."
Pap agent. for Pittaburgh,
J. AL nor - v=6NX & 331,1Q!!._
ti 0.41 TIFTII : 67111 :4- =
GUM WAGON SPRECGS; stiso obi
Battles, fOr Buggies, jut rw-eiced atti kraa,
at the bats Slabber Ja,pat a •
J. a rt. pirimufs;
uoi3 26 aad Y 8 6L , Clair attart-..
A ri'lls-24 - iu bbls- ohoieo . reap
hand tbr'sattaty Y
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