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MONDAY BuntNnco:::::.zmtNOV. 2A, 1668
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
pi - OFFICIAL PAPEIt.-sa
Death of Thowas Rattlgen—Coroner's
On Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock, Cor
oner McClung empannelcd a jury, at the office
or Alderman Donaldson, and proceeded to
investigate the circumstances connected with
the beating of the late Thomas Rattigan.
tbr. A. C. Murdoch was called and testified
in substance that he was called upcn between
one and too o'clock, Sabbath morning, the
15th Mat:, to attend a man at the Mayor's
office. Ito dial not recognize the mon nt first,
but soon discovered that it was Mr. Halligan,
whom he bad known for many years. Ho
was covered with bloc:1, which had flowed
from wounds upon the head. His face was
so emeo.red with congealed blood that be
could not recognize his features. The doctor
wo±nnder thr its pros lion that the blood upon
-theft:Lee was several hours old, and that the
injuries must have Leon inflicted at a much
earlier hqur in the evening than alleged by
the 'deceased. The wounds were not accident
al. One-half of the scalp had been sepa
rated from the skull. The wounds were all full
c f sand, as though the struggle had taken place
on a newly paved street. The grains of sand
averaged from the ordinary grain up to the
elm of a pin's head. These grains were found
under detached pieces of the scalp,. and were
Very difficult to remove. The hair was matted
with blood apd sand. He was also bruised all
o ler the body. The inside of one of his hands
was badly lacerated, as though a rongh, hard
instrument had been drown through it, tear
ing the skin. He appeared to be perfectly
a,, her when the doctor Sent saw him, and talked
rationally. lie stated that he received his in
juries on the Hand street bridge. After be
was removed to his residence, ho was coined
wfi'd inflammation of the bowels, which was
rtlidved. Subsequently erysipelas set in, ,
which developed itself in the head and breast,
and lse continued to slab ropily until lead,.
11., oedlh was caused by the injuries inflicted
upon him. TL wounds could not have been
made by falling, utiles. the deceased had fallen
half a dozen times. The cuts we:a made
repeated strokes, with an instrument of iron
or hard wood. in reference to the men who
attacked him, he elated that they followed
him to the bridge; that they were four iu
number, and that the struggle. took place on
the bridge. Ho stated that lee would put e
prosecute any of them. He torga, e them, and
he hoped God would forgive them also. Ife I
said he might know the men, but he would
riot proseeutir ,
them, as he might bo mistaken
as to who they were. This was about the sub
stance of the doctor's testimony.
John S. Adams teittified that Mr. Rattigan
left his 02i .0, m the Monongahela llaa o,
Water street, between eleven and twelve
o'clock, on Saturday, tho 14th last., as though
lie intended going to his dinner. He left his
books out of the safe, and the ontor door of
the safe open, as he was in the habit of doing.
fle did not see him again, that day, and after
seven o'clock in the evening the witness sent
his son over to his residence, with the key,
and this was the first intimation that hie fern
.y received of his atienee.
Patrick Doyle testified that he saw Mr.
ltattigan, about twelve o'olock at night, at
the railroad crossing on Penn street. lie was
Burt then, and said he got the beating on the
Hand etroet bridge.
J. H. Lenahtut, tavern keeper, Penn street,
testified that he now Rattigan, about midnight,
near the canal bridge. Did not ask him how
he got hart. Doyle was along with Rattigan.
They stopped a few minutes at Lanahan's
Eichange, and then went down to the May
or's office. A tall man,unla >sn to Lanahan,
loft Hattigan on the canal bridge.
Officer Hobert L. Johnston testified that, on
Saturday night, about eleven o'cloch, Doyle
brought a bloody moo to him. He asked
Doyle where ho got him, cud he'said at the
centre ..f the Hand street bridge. They then
took Lim to Dr. office, but the dea
fer's wife said the doctor had gone to Wash
ingtrn. After visiting some other doctor's
office, he was taken to the Mayor's office.
Hartigan stated that he had bean beaten with
an iron bar, and robbed. He said three of the
mon wore black soft bats, cud the fourth wore
a white flush cap. One had a roundabout on.
lie did not kisow them ; would not swear posi
tively against them, and did not want any
body arrested. lie said they were smooth.
faced men. He said ho did not want to go
home bloody to his family, and camp to Pitts
burgh rather than to Allegheny. lie stated
that he believed the men were robbers, and
remarked that two men had been in his aloe.
that day, asking about passage from Ireland,
who were suspicious. IVhan he was taken
home; a lady remarked, "Why, I thought you
had gems to Wheeling !"
Dennis Lawton was called and corroborated
tLo above statement in ine main.
D. B. Wakefield Superintendent of the
Hand strec. bridge, testified that Mr. McKee,
on hearing the report that the beating had
occurred on the bridge, asked the witness to
prevent its publi:ation, as it was not true.
Thomas McKee, collector at the Pittsburgh
end of the bridge, testified that he had known
Rattigan for twenty-fire years, and teat he
did not sec him dia. day or night. He did rot
cross over, followed by four men, at the hoer
of the nigh' alleged. The witness, about that
hour, was in front of the office, washing the
rivement, and it wag impossible foi the men
to hare entered the bridge without his seeing
them. He bad also examined the bridge, and
farted to find any blood whatever. There was
no sand on the bfidge either inside or outside.
Tho Coroner then .adjourned the inqueet
unt,l Friday afternoon next, et two o'clock,
winu the members of the family and other
11 ... ai11e,05 will be exaa.ired.
Ch ristian Commission.
Roy. E. P. Smith, the Field Agent of the
Christian Commission, in the Army of the
Cumb.rlani, writes thus from Bridgepo,..
" We a. o just opening boxes of jellies
and jr n.to The demrnd for them is fearful.
I he Surgeon in distr . :: of the Convalescent
Comp sent ne word this evening, 'the scurvy
is treisithig 014.1111011 g our rasa.' lion would
a barrel of pickets snit yon ? 'A barrel of
p.a.els I they nre just what wo need—there
could be nothing better.' In ten minutes one
of your barrels was on its way to the camp.
These piekcis are beyond all price. Send to,
VII)r. Woollen under clothing, soaks and
mittens, we must hare, and we depend on the ,
Pittsburgh Committee to send them. I am
altaid cop supply of good, earnest Christian
Delegates is not adequate to the work.
Twelve men cannot do the work of thirty.
Lo nut cut short our suppi j or working del
egated. We are getting a groat work on
n ds. S let' ons are multiply ing—four armies
Send all stores to the Christian Commission
Store Room, 1 , 70. 76 Smithfield street, and they
will be forsrarde&immediately.
Ju.rrsd Or 3i P t.!.IVESTVALL—TitiI3 talented
dy was unable to appear at the theatre on
SAturday night, owing to a savor° cold, which
Affected horroice so that she could not play
n ith any degree of satisfaction. Many per
sons were very much disappointed, but the
play of Paul Pry was substituted, and all
those who remained were rory much pleased
estrali has been re-engaged for tiro nights,
nd is announced to appear this evening in
CM' Hsu. will be upon on Tuesday and
'.Volnesday morning*, from 10 to 12 o'clock,
to reccivo contributions for the Dinner on
Thanksgiving Day, to our soldiers in the hos
pital. and camp. Contributions of Meats,
turkeys and chickens can bo made on Tues
day morning. Oysters, cakes, pies and bread
on Wednesday morning.
Tin Km° CAsz.--Dr. King, charged with
aiding in the escape:of George Noulotto, a
deserter, had a final hearing on Saturday, ha.
ford Commissioner Sproul, and WAN hold to
hailin the cam of $5OO, to answer at Court.
eon was also hold in a like amount.
Avvolniun.—Col. Thos. M. Bayne, of Roes
Township, has been appointed recruiting ofd•
cer in that portion of the comity lying north
of the rivers. by Capt:Kirker, Provost Mar
.chttl. The selection Is a good ono.
Va. PLommen preached yesterday in the
Central Presbyterian Church, Allegheny.
Most of the eitypulpits were occupied during
the day, by members of the Synod of the
ierleayt Reformed church.
General Synod of the GOrman
AFTERNOON SEASSON, Nov. 2L—ln the
absence of the presiding °Meer, Rey. J. 0.
Miller, of York, was called to the chair. The
order for the day was laid on the table and
Synod proceeded to the selection of a place
for its next meeting. Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Buffalo and Cincinnati were then nominated,
and the;electioemade the special order fur 11
o'clock a. m. on Monday. Synod adjonrned
till 9a. m. Monday. Religious services pre
paratory to the Holy Con•munion were !hen
bold. Rev. D. Gags preached the sermon,
and Rev. W. E. Kiebs conducted the leilargi.
Ter-Centenary Eirrct.e. o n .shesedee Enemy.
—This evening was set apart by Synod fur
special services commemorative of the adop
tion of the lleidleberg Catechism, three hun
dred years ago. Thin Confession of Faith
forms the only symbolical standard of the
Reformed Church in the L'ited States. It
was first published in the Palatinate, a beau
tiful country along the river Rhine, under the
electorate of Frederick, surnamed the Pious,
on account of his deroted piety and alerting
Christian character. The Protestant church
divided already in the sixteen:!: centney - -en
the doctrine of the mode of Christ's presence
in the Holy Eucharist. Then all efforts to
unite the different parties on the basis of the !
altered Augabury confession had foiled, the
great and good Elector Frederick on the ad
vice of Melanehtou, appointed Zech...h..
Ursinus and Caspar Olevianus to prepare a
new Confession, totting forth the informed
_stearin° in distinction from the Lutheran and
Roman Catholics. Thasinns was the devoted
personal friend and pupil of Melanchton and
Ole•innus of Calvin, both were gifted young
professors of theology in the University at I
Heidleherg, when,' comes the name of the
Catechism which they produced as the result
of their lobs,. 00 the 10th of last January, !
the celebration of the Ter-Centenary
of the Catechism was inauvurated by a gen. •
oral Convention of the whole Church et Phil,, I
Many ra:aable tLcadogicial and historic-I ,
oesaye, from eminent Reformed dsrinee of
- Europe and America, were rend before the I Mr. John %andel. organist of Plymouth
Conventler, and have since Leen pitl , iished ife, 11. W. Leacher's) and editor of
in a massive vethme, correctly styled the
,1„„,.„„i , N ow
"Ter-Centenary Monument." A criti.il
Tri-filet edifiers of the Catechism is German, . Verk. Will visit this city, in a short time, for
Latin and Eaglisis, with u ' the et.rpoee , r-i,,tiag instruction on the
durtion by Dr. Leen publisio.l organ, and raising the standard of Church
Alteo •iu general. the eie,.ct will 1,, to
Besides special religious service, relating t
this grand event, a comooro omonment, 1 “I, gather the :0,01 take, id file city for the
the baptised and cor firmed member) , of the joint praftee of choruses selected loom the
Reformed flinreh di be' 1111...::: during this ;
ter,entchary jubilee year. Opportunity ,
beat 'fate rice (such a
be afforded to each and all those enrolled to o and to Li in the ~ thus peer
:mike free-will thank-offering terorno bet., thed before the a wanner calculated
volent ehteEprise of the I' horch as e toot:SiLny tein-ore Cue re..llration of their besautiisul and
of their gratitude for the good received fro, 1., give a eerie- of public nor
the Ileidleberg Catechism and the Church ofnm
feee• on the ofee , n, connected with vocal,
the Ileidleberg Catechism . Messy theu.acds or
cienriett• ,be., of strictly roll.
have been already receirc•l, and the g h•I gin,.- r and of 11 high order of musical
• tv, is slut gTe9 and to open ,moo's for the study of the
The Ter-centenary exercises of this evening • 5e,.., ) , of music I th,oeugh Bass sod liar
wereopened with the singieg of the Angelic , minty) enabling the sfTlent not culy to road :
Hymn by the excellent choir, invocation Ly either reef.; cc instrumental music more
Rev. Lichtenstein, the singing o f Luther 'a I easily, hut to appreciate it. food or bad eaal
famous hymn, " Sea danket elle Golt," and • oi ss
prayer by Dr. Zacharias. The CoUrNo will commence oil the Sth of De-
Dr, Bomberger then addressed the meeting. comber, and those intending to join the else,
110 referred to the three-fold division of the , are roguesteo to study diligently tile text
Catechism ' which observed the order adopted heel: entitled "Tratise . on 'Harmony and :ii.od
by St. Paul in his great Epistle of the Romans. n lei ion," copies of "weiela eau be obtained at
He illustrated by the three sacred mountain.. ! sr i Mellor's Mush. Stem.
wit: Sinai, Calvary and Tabor. The law
which teaches us our sine and miseries is
given amid thunder and threatening,s o.
The only mode of deliverance from this
wretched and helpless condition is by a tiring
faith in the divine human person, and the
meditorial work of the Incarnate Son of God
who died for us en Calm/if. The necessary
points of Info faith are seed in thankfulnes.,
eenevolence and loving obedience to all the
demands of the Gospel of our Lord and 'fa.
viour Jesus Christ.
Dr. Kieffer then endeavored to choir the re
:alien of the Claatechism to the Bible. The
Holy Scriptures furnish the fonhdatien of our
Christian faith, but we need some cent,: rule,
a true stand point from which to view and un
derstand the Scriptures.
A good eatethism gives us such a ride, sanc
tioned he the authority and hallowed by the
faith and piety of the Church which, under the
guidance of the spirit, is eettaindy,more.,.l:fete
peep% for the work than any Merely private
judgment. Individual interpretation, apart
from the faith and authority of the Church,
as set forth in her creeds and history, ,g.a.cr
ally runs into heresy in doctrine, and fanat
icism and schism in practice. We are only
safe when iu living union with the faith, the
piety and wisdom of the Church in en ages
nit tilt- is expressed in the grand old symbols,
and creeds which hare come down to as
- by the dearest associations and meet
eheriahed memories of tho universal Christian
Church. "Rel. Knelling made a good German
speech, which we were unable to report.
Father Rebaugh made the closing prayer and
Rev. Winters pronounced the benediction
Important Arrest or Counterfeiters
On Wednesday night mat, Provost. Marshal
.1. W. Cromwell, of Fairmont, W. V., ar-
rested three men as suspicious character", upon
whom were found several hundred dollars of
counterfeit and bogus bang notes and counter
feit portal currency. Two of the men came
from thu direction of :Morgantown, and stop
ped at a lintel in Fairmont, where they were
arrested and committed to jail. They gave
their names as John Wilson and John bmitls,
and stated that they were from Penciylvanis
and Ohio, and were going to Grafton. Wilson
had $l6O in counterfeit lu's cn the Merchants'
and Mechanice Bank of Wheeling: $76 in
counterfeit 2's on the Caine hank; two b's on
the Western Reserve Bonk of Ohio, and about
$l3O in counterfeit cent Government our
renry. lie had a!, over •,‘; , :i-lo in good money.
Fsnith hod no counterfeit money but 5,C, in
silver and $4.4 in en,reney. lie pretended lie
had lost a pocket-book conta,aing the greater
part of hie money, and wa. en eir , nreet 'Tito
41 lantern searching for is when arrested. 1 hey
bad each a splendid :evolver, whi.h they card
they bought in Pittsburgh, anew a week pre
vionsly. They are both processed river won,
and, according to their story, total the coun
serloit money in a busted pile sit Brownsville,
The thud party got off the night train go
ing west, and on comminution was found to
l.'s, $11 . .1 of npurioils bills on n
Railroad Bank, nod owe SIS in good money.
Hin raw-, on written on hin pun from Col.
Wilkinson, in N. W. Ilai.ernan. Ha saye he
is from Pendleton county, Vit., and a deserter
from the rebel nrmy.
Foe alSit \Vivien 15:Wt.—The Sum
is past,..,nad by the moroin-'s frost, we
begin io apprehend, that f,tl and winter will
se, tly ho upon us, and we must provide our
_ttivos with the material to keep Us comfort
Death of a Gallant Ymttir, Soldier.
o A Ver o co hm e c t .!%I suit ; a good and Well
made the very
hng and we do
The war ie fast thinning the ranks of our hut know of any place
where ! Oar readers
young and vigorous men. Another, of our would suit themselves bolter than at Messrs.
W. 11. McGee d C' ' l3 clothing establishment,
neighborhood, has just fallen in the servile,
oilier of Federal street and Diamond Square,
and joined the great army of martyrs who '
e Alleghemy. They here also received a mm
bore laid down their lives fur their mono try. plate assortment of gentlemen's furnishing
James Ewing, Into of South Fayette township, ; guudr, and a great yariety of now patterns for
in this county, a brother of Thomas Ewing, H"';'"tingt
Esq., of this city, died last Saturday evening
, JUST RICEIvIeD sir 1. XIALDT 1011 Seta.—The
of injuries received, and .disease contracteii , fine assortment of Fall and Winter Clothing,
in the service. I lately received by Messrs. John Wiot k Co.,
Sixteen months ago this excellent young
Merchant Tailors, No. 146 Federal street, Al
citizen was surrounded by all the comforts of ,
legheny. The stock of clothing consists of
an affluent home, a wide circle of friends, and I sho finest variety
of genie' pantaloons, voiti,
good prospects of prosperity. All these he coats and overcoats . The style of patterns is
left from pure motive, of patriotism end duty. i tasteful and fashionable. We would invite
Ile joined the let Penneylvanid cavalry, and . all of our readers to give the above gentlemen
was soon in active service. Active and sevtro • a can.
service he saw for many months, especially •
during the late invasion of our State, when, I W.reitra, Jeirtutr, ko.—J. M.' Roberts,
in Gregg's division,be was for days and nights ; No. 17 Fifth street, is now opening the most
almost constantly in the saddle; and during choice stock of fine Bold and Silver Watches,
all his service he acquitted himself as a breve I Jewelry, Silver ware and Laney Goods over
end faithful Christian aoldier. Disease at i itispi.sed in this city, and is selling them at
length prostrated him, and with only suffil
- remarkably low prices.
dent strength to reach hie borne . he, too, hee •
died that his country and freedom may live. 1 Osstritre and carnage calls will be taken at
the Omnibtui office, No. 410 Penn street, day
The Old Folks. jor night. All orders left at the above plain
I will be promptly attended to. All calls must
Tho Continental Old Folke, whose presence ,
be paid in advance. is
never fail to awaken the memories of "long I •
Fyne," will give their first entertainment... t
0.:. • C. Sew., Dentist, 248 Penn street, will
tend to all !hottest of hisprofeetkn.
evening, in Concert Rail- Tho troupe is , .
headed by the popular and talented songs- "*. DIED:
trees, Emma J. !abbots who promises to pro- I IfF.SDKILSON.—On Fridil evening, Dinh inst,
sent to her numerous a dmirers here several second EMMA. ond dau ter otJazie and Samuel
DOW productions. She will be assisted by firodorton, aged yaall an 3 mouths.
Edgar Browne, the distinguished harpist, Ths.trionds of the family are Invited to attend the
together with a full company of first class vo- funeral, on AlonnaY, at 10 o'elook a. m., from the
enlists, all dressed In the unique style of the rewdonce other parents, In the rear of Dr. fiproull's
"Continentals." The first matinee will he thumb, Allegl,ny City.
given on Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock.
Saturday, the 21st et.. in thin city .
Go early, if you don't wish to be ou t. crowded „i,t sits Etc' NG. of Comp., K,
Persons desirous of avoiding a crowd at the w,oin, tip, at yrais.
ticket Dtßeo to-night, can procure tickets Funeral from his late rmidence in South Fayette
during the day, at Eleber A Bros., Charlotte townellip, on TVZSPAY. the 24th Met., •t 10 a. m.
Blame's or at ?teller's music store.
Friend. an invited to attend.
Relief for the Prisoners at Richmond
Tho Visited states Claristiar. .Commisson
ha, issued a circular containing the following
Important information about sending l^•ters,
money and supplies t the prisoner• in Rich
mond, as follows
Lctiert- - . ..,;t,rs should be written on a half
sheet of note or letter paper, and only ra one
side. They should rotate soioly to matters
purely domestic. Inclose the letter in an un
sealed envelope and put in five cents fur post
age. Address it to the person for whom it is
intended, giving his company, regiment,
and the prison in which ho is confined at
Plchmonl. Virgiuia. On the left hand corner
mark, •• Via Flag of Truce, mire of Brigadier
General S. A. Meredith, United States kom
te.issionerl for Exchange, Fortress Monroe,
Virginian' Then inclose it in a sealed enve
lope, addiessed to "Brigadier General S. A.
31eredith, Fortress Monroe, Va."
Mousy— Money to be sent in the'same man
ner as letters. It will be taken in charge by
the rebel authorities at the prison, and given
little by little to the person for whom It is in
fior , s--Pcrsons sending boxes will do well
to oh.orro carefully the following directions 7
Nam• of ike person,
"By rb v ,. , Truce:* Richmond, Vo
Caro of Brig. Gem. S. A. Meredith,
Vommissioncr for f;rehangs,
rorrress Monroe, Virginia
Put in an unsealed enrelopd, directed to the
party in the prison, an cruet lnvoice (marked
freight paid) of the contents of the box. In
r'',.se thin envelope, with tho Express Com
pany's receipt and five cents for postage, in
another envelope, sealed and directed to lien.
Meredith. Send this by mail. Send the box
by oe press, fr. •It raid to fl.-tre. Monroe.
If rhero are wore boxes than one, number
each our, mid mark opposite the number In
the invoice the contents of the box.
Very etuall pnA3gos may non Le Pent t,t
th e RIOT room of the Christian Commivion,
N. 76 Smithfield street, Pillebargh.
pa:hrt, r. •rr of the deed Union sol
dier f.•und on the battle-field of nettysburg,
with a photograph three beautiful children
•leo +.2 in hie sligened hand, it painfully
Lonlitir t,, ail our readers. TLo identity of
enat dead hero has just been aoccrt.tinc.l. The
nom•. .1 the •
.taecved wa. Ilue,nterton. Ills
and three children reside at Portrille,
Cat rerettgua county, New York. Larl.,, nom-
here of copies of the piet,:re upon
wkii...ll the dying oyes .t.` the Tr,rier-fath •,.
eloped, hat, been Thu profit realized
from their sale will ho aitprspri.tted to the
t,netit of the eitiblre, It is Loped that a
..utlit—ent sus w.y bo noticed in this way,
, and by future ',ales, to aid materially in if.,
eciusltion of the little ones lc'. , were made
arphans at Gwttys I, “rg. ,.
The Municipal Elections.
Our citisens are beginning to consider the
, sub.; c....t of th e appr. aching municipal elections.
Amongst th0,,0 gicon to city polities, the
..r., - .1i!• atilt. , andidates for tho mayoralty are
hclog earnestly discocsed. In this city Messrs.
Tames Lowry, NT. C. McCarthy, and his honor.
the present incumbent are candidates. In
Allegheny, Capt. Simon Drum, and his honor,
A. c. Alc.candcr. The candidates for coun
cilmen, and other li:tunic:pal officers, hare not
yet beta i.rtmed.
RAPID TELEGZI•r::ING.-011 Saturday night
Mr. Kennon, of the Cincinnati office, received
from Mr. R. C. Duncan. of the Western Union
Gee, at this pines, eighty messages in fifty
minutes, without once interrupting for repeti
tion, each message, averaging twenty-five
11...y0u want dry goods, boot, and shoes,
hoop skirts, cloths and cassimeros, notions,
etc., go tc McClelland's auction house. No. :,3
Fifth street, where may be found a large
stock, and at very low prices.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE".
Tizo PARRY, PIAIII and 0111.011111LIO
Slue Hoofer, and dealer in Pennsylvania and
Vermont elate of the best quality at low rates.
ioe at rtiax. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
SVIOND A IMF,' 41. OY FALL /JED GOODS,
just received or bam'l Graham & Co.'s. Mer
chant Tailors, No. 54 Mat ket street. It con
of all the very latest styles of cloths,
ca,xlmeres and •estings; overeoatings of all
binds of the very finest quality, all of which
I. selected from the latest importations, and
will Is, wide ap in the most fashionable and
be :t manner. Gentlemen desiring a stock of
goods to ~clect from, that cannot be surpassed
•• . y any other In the rit , every garm , nt
warrar.te4 a pc.:leet fit, would do well to give
as an early call.
SAMIAL Goonac & Co.,
Merchant Tailors, No. b 4 Market Rt.
GRAN/AI, - Gat. ItiCC.O.xxsa.
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
Spacial Dispatch to Ow Pittsburgh Gazette.
WASSINOTON, Nov. 22, ISZS
The printing of the National Bank Notes
commoneed on Monday in New Turk. The
Treasurer puts a gilt letter on the paper be
fore sending it to the engravers.
The temporary loan having greatly de
creased, Secretary Chase is enabled to draw
ADTICT.B MOX TUA-TANDEILDILT
Tha Navy Department hem advises from the
Vanderbilt, tvbieh was at Mauritius at last
aceounts. The Alabama is reported in the
bay of Bengal.
Early in o . etober, the Vanderbilt, two days
out, fell in with a Dutch vessel in distress.
Sho towed her in, losing fOur days. The Van
derbilt was thus informed that, the Alabama.
rrt:en last beard from. was in the Day of
RIALTEI OP Tll2 Tr.trIITCIULS.
The report. of the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, will show that the fol
lowing territories are rich to gold and sil
ver: Idaho; Norada, Washington, Colorado,
Arizona and New Mexico. New Mexico ■nd
Idaho aro especially rich in gold. In the
former it is now being dttg out with the rud
est im,,le..tents, M astonishing quantities.
There are also gold deposits in rtah, but the
Mormon/ do all in their power to ttrevent the
settlement of the country by anylithers tarn
those of their own faith. Tho richest mines
yet found in Arizona ate on the branches of
the Rio Colorado, which runs into the Gulf of
CsitfernM. The Territories of Idaho, Colo
rode and Arizona hare also large beds of
coal. llep?rts front Gurreyor•Oeneral Clerk,
of New Mexico, fully establishes the truth of
rich deposits of gold in Arizotte.
The scceesi"nlete nro exulting over the re
p•irt et' elev. Bradford's reported intention to
rctuse eettin ates of eleeLian to the Marylona
Corgress:ocu. inesinosh as it amounts to tak
ing the State Ott: A* the 1 7 Ilinn, BO far as hir
action conid affect it, by rofoiir.:: to %Noir it
to Lc represented in tho United States Con
gress, three of thriso electct haring hail no
opposition through the entire co.nrass.
sitiss'isio AT JOHN 01000 norm'.
General Meade sod Staff and Corps com
manders dined with Jam Saner Botts yester
day. Mr. Botts has written a letter on =-
donel polities to the Itiehmond E.vomitter,
which the 3:c rthern Associated Press will give
to the country.
AILEO ED ournAura,
Postmaster General Blair has been calling
the President's attention to alleged outrages
in Crisfield's District, In Maryland, and the
President calls for pruOrs, and says when they
are prod“..cd he will punish the officers who
here committed them.
Blair't speech at Rocketlle, anti Jiatriltuted
among tho postofficte clerks Is headed "de
fence or the polier of the Preeldont, and in
opposition to thn efforts of tho ultr.t nl.oli•ion
i?te to blot out the touthern Stntes,
E ITU .1 Balt 'CORPS LEVI NW MI.
Th., review of the 6th army corps l•r1 Frilay
dellghted the English niZeors. The sth corm
uv hare been reviewedter•lay but the
rain prevented it.
Much solicAtle*lelt here for the condi
tion ortisrnaide's rorees7lt is believed that
when the facts are •ll known. It will be seen
that there were satisfactory •.•azons for not
f urnithing reinforcements.
TUE DISMISSAL OF IDWAIIDA
Mr. Lincoln's friends are still r ery busy in
insisting that Bates' letter, dismissing tho
Missouri official, Edwards, (or being n radical,
had not his authority nc laiowledge.
Our engineer officer, hmT, born making tii
pographical views of the Rapidan fords, the
enemy's woks, places to pLnc batteries, it.
Among the late arrirals hero are Cul. S. H
Cong-resetnau from Missouri; Borer
.re Brough, Dennison and Morton, and Glen
RICLIRVED FROM COMMAND
Colonel Mclic:,.) nms , been relieved Crow
tae command of the Conralescent Camp. tie!,
Abercetubie bucceeds him.
The copperhead candldatst for clerk a* c
Edward Wendel', old contract printer under
Iluehannan, and Thomas J. Florenre. of Phil
The IntePigene or Satniday, it, out d.••
nouncing the elec er
tion in Delaware n farce,
and naying tt waa practically no election.
lau friends of Judd, R. S. Minister to
Prussia, are representing that he would be a
good man to make a vacancy in the Cabinet.
DECIDED MBE TAXABLE
Income iltsgralng from professional or other
sources tJan inerestments. is derided in
Thll Omen, Bureau will hare three volumes
of the:toll report of the l sited Statea census
flr ISP.O, r., u i c ot.t! week.
Emerson Etheridge and Chester, of 111.,
appointed by 'Stanton on the board I, visit
the hoepitals, are compelled to dr,litto.
Rdwaril Everett is hero. Bo is the guest of
Wise, the hoad of the Ordnance Bureau of the
Navy, his eon-in-low.
Cols. Carr, Church and Monk, Illinois Com
missioners to Gettysburg, are in town.
Stadium Court Benno bee not been ocoupied
Mar TUE Lair.
The newe from the army caused diehpoint
Six per cent. interest-bearing notes are nearly
Moro hat been no advance yot
Important Captarea—Captaln Wadden
Accidentally shot. oe
ettao, Nov. 22.—Cois. Bell and Faulkner,
of Jackson, TODD, with about 3,000 rebels and
two rebel mail carriers, with about 1,000 let
tars, were recently captured near Somerilile,
A train of ton wagons, loaded with eavelry
clothing, f WI route from Little Rook to Renton,
was captured by sixty guerrillas4atte wagons
wero burned and the clothing carried off.
.., • • .
Capt. Bradden, of the gunboat No. 9, was
accidentally shot on the 14th, near Skop-
From pew &Miaow'.
New OIILLLNB, Nov. 13.—The 13th Army
Corps, lately operating in the Teohe country,
embarked to-day at Brashear City for some
unknown point in Texas, by way of Berwick's
The steamer Caroaesian arrived here to-day,
and reports the disappearance of the yellow
fever from the blockading fleet off Mobile.
The trade with St. Louis, on private no
count, is rapidly increasing.
A rumor is Prevalent to-day among the
secestdon sympothisin of a rebel defeat in
New Yore City Itamo.
New roar, Soc. 'n.—The Edinburg tosk
ont half a million in specie.
_ Pepon h Naito. via dealese, tailed ycitsr
The C.nrenticn in this city for raising fug,
hiss raised the fare to Chicago front .TlB tog :A.
Mr. King, .liinister to Rome, ant John E.
Marks, sailed to-day.
The The..' speciai, :bred Washington "_oth
not., says: T.o regent captures of blockade
runners off Cape Near river has so frightened
the North Carolina rebel State authorities
het they hare srittnirewn from the business
tbemzeirue,and hare farmed out thepririlege
of importing contraband goods to private
Thn Hospital Exam !nine Hoard has been
ordered to exatnine.tlie Cni Statos general
hospitals hi Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Saint
,Louis, Chieaso, Mound City, Cairo, IL 114 in the
vicinities of each of these cities. A:so to re
port on the manner of furvartung (*l:wales
cents from these hospitals to their regiments,
and to +uggestinespares to facilitate their re
New Toxic, Nor. 22.—An Army of the Po
tomac dispatch of the .2lst states that the ar
my is not adriuscing. The rain bee .eaused
some mud, but the loads will noon be dry.
A Washington special to the status
that spFtehension is felt for the safety
of Burnside. The junction of Eherz.r.a with
Thomas enables Grant to reinforce Barnsi•ir .
A Knoxville lettor to tho Herald of the ith,
mentions tloo fight between the Union ,and
robe) North Carolinians, on French Broad
Trot, in which tho former whipped the letter.
During the fight many of the rebel troop?
?hodaddied to the Union rft , '
es, and poured in
their fire into their former oomrade?.
The Herald has a letter, dated Annapolis,
Yovetri` , er list. of the 350
rowelled Unionists, who arrived there from
Itichtecnd. Six died on the passage. The
350 were the best that could be pinked out to
send. Thee ail confirm the previous aceounts
or horrible hardships and sufferings.
A Memphis letter, of the 10th, to too Ames,
states that the Memphis A Charleston Rail
road is being abandoned by our forces, as the
ex tre s te 4 , arriving from of if ding belowit is
gr.M. rt repeated
attacks by guerrillas on th• river.
GOT. Ramsey, of Mionesara, has brought to
Washington a treaty with the lodhar..; GO the
border of the Red river, by which wo acquit
11,000 acres of land.
( I, ,strertion•rt., traders from St. Pant are
The HeraiTA r.--ay of lits.:.Pote , mae patch.
•tat, :bar , •or rAralry ..m•upy Cayerper, but
our infantry Itax"'not—yet adraneed to that
it eeme rnmor,d iu corn}, ehst Loo h fallen
book from IL,
Derree in the rear:Of our forces r' o
to be mostly by deserters from our oseu arm).
The Texas Ik";ximdition
Tone, Nor. 21.-.:The Port's cur - es
' , undone say. • Gen. linnit'n gyred Browne
villa on the sth inst., ',Wildman force.
The rebels had burned i e old G. S. ltxr •
rick.) there, and a large aut44at of other pro
perty, and part of the town, plutdered all
they could, and fled on thebitt.
Our prospects aro good,.•but Banks nerds
[0,400 or '2.000 more troopv. The people are
generally locatable to the Union.
The Mexican General. Calms, who was a
refugee in Brownsville, was called upon by
the civil authorities to organize the citizens,
to arrest the plundorlag of the rebels and
pot out the conflagration. After thee en
trance of Gen. Banks, he, with his tomes,
advanced to Matarebrae and drove out Rueis,
who was favorable to ns and sought refuge in
Brownsville. Ile hoisted the;French flag. The
next day Cahaa was attacked by ittlie.s party
and Cabs, shot Rolex. lie was again rein
stated, but was again forced to fly by Corto
was, who has seized Matamorns and has issued
a prononeiamento re-establishin gtherMexicfmt
Constitution of 1857.
ilea. Fenno of the J ear" Government Is to
Rules is again in Brownsville. -
Cotten., has eb ,rn his friendship for the
Union by loaning se, eral very valuable
steamers to Gen. Banks.
- On tho nigh: of tho 7th, another revolution
was orpeerei in Matamoros, but It failed , e
eomo off. Part of nor for...es were kept ready
:L.t toero.s. and protect the American
Gen. Siterdiudf . g !tercet Niilltary Order
Cara°, Nun. .12.--lidlhptils d'attzar Me 19th
soy the recent toilitwf oikkr3 creat•-1 ;TOst
excitewent there, and every potion whoa.
actions are suspicious is immodiatnly
soriptod. Xn passes to leave the city are
granted to any but thoou who are well known
an..l Ll,ore euepicion.
A new ordor has Lees issued for the pur
pose of cnrr:,'ng into cfrz:t the previous order
to the following purport : All able-bodlod men
who do not enroll their nernos in some mili
tary company, within ten days' front the data
the order will be impressed into the ro; , si
Cols. Bell and Faulkner are Roar Jackson,
Tenn., with two or three thousand rebels.
Two rebel mail carriers, with about a thou
sand Liters, Worn recently captured near
A train of ten wagon,, loaued with cavalry
clothing cm route to !Atte Bock, to Benton,
vverecantured by sixty guerrillas. The wagons
were burned and the clothing carried off.
C4pt. Bradder, of the gunboat No. 9, was
ccid-tnaoy shot on the 14th noar Skorwith's
Attacked bjo Mosby's Guerrillas-30in
Minor Botts—Strength of Gen. Lee's
Arm. - .
ITsaniknos, N . 22.—Yestorday after
noon nI--c t wined) , f Moshy's men approached
srirain three miles of "Walton, with ihe inten
tion of ranking a raid upon the railroad, being
dressed. In Federal °MCorp.. A detaah
went of the I nnd Pth Pensylvania Cavalry,
who wore in the immediate neighborhood It
the time, mistook them for frioutis but loon
discovered their error, when the rebels fired&
volley into them. The rebate ware instantly
pursued and driven into Snicker's Gap. Six
of the gang were captured. At the ',test ac
counts our cavalry had rt,t returned.
John Minor Bock, who is new nt his resi
denoe at Auburn, Culpepper county, previous
to our recent advance, over the Rappahannock,
sent a letter to the Riettpond F.—miner on the
subject of hie arrokt and treatment. It is full
of interest, and a copy bar been obtained for
Impresaions in regard to the enemy's
strength on the Rapidan. are I arioul. Some
maintain that Lee's entire (nit, does not e.l
- 3f,0011, while others place it as high as
It rained all day yesterday.
The.Correepondenee Between the Com.-
m Issloners of Exchange.
Wsautaarax, Tor. 7.2.—Gentlemen who ar
rived here from Fortress Monroe state that
they heard there that the cerreeponuenco of
the respootive agents for the eichange of pris
oners has generated into personalities, and
lose of mutual' confiden,. Their usefulness
is thereby impaired, and hence the opinion is
strongly expressed that if there could be a
change of agents an exchange of nearly all,
if net all, the prisoners might be effected.
The arrangements for all branches of tho
public service, for the flees' year ending with
the last of Juno, were $003,000,000, of which
amount $68,000,000 was for the army, and
$86,000,000 for the nary.
A sufficiency of money. has been placed in
the bands of all the paymasters to pay our ar
mies up to the present month.
Cen. BarnsMee Andy Barn—Lee , ■
Army Probably Planketkby Mende.
Nair Toga, Nov. 21.—The Poses Wash
ington lettor says: Tho War Department has
adriees from Gen. Burnside to-day, and It is
stated in otEmial circles that they are foraging,
and no fears for his safety aced be enter.
The army of the Potomal is OM moving
southward. It occupies Madison Court Homo
to-day, which looks v-try Mad ison
like a flank
tnovemet. Pontoons went aown last night.
Our cavalry has already, it is Pahl, got to
the row of Oen, Lee's forces. .No doubts are
felt in the minds of intolllient men as to the
resale of en engagement be weon Gen. monde
Another Rebel scheme
vett:taros,. Vt., Nov. 12.—Considerablo
excitement was.causod yoatcnlay et R 1611301
Point and St. Albans, by ,the reportr that a
body of secessionists in lifOntroal bad planned
to seise Fort Montgomery 4 destroy the draw
bridge at Ramos Point and plunder Flatsburg
and Burlington. •Information of such a plot
reached Gor. Smith and Collector Clapp; of
this port. On Friday they 001:0190131elltill
witb the °Meer in charge of Fort Itoatgomory,
who soon had its gone ready to give the rene
gades a warm reception. This rehema was
probably linked with the Johnston's Ireland
prOleet. . ,
Sales of FITe-Torentles.
Peru.i.oZt.rilll, Nov. 22.—.-The subscription
gent reports that the sales of fire-tesentise
elrtreed V.,011 1 ,.755 cm. Setu:day, mud dur
ing the week $5,317,450. The most or the
subscriptions cans from the Western end
border States. Diaryland, Konsuoicy, Mis
souri and Nantes eartezibutted largely.
Fire In Cincinnati—Loss of Life.
CISME:TAM NOV. 22.-IEI6 Greenwood's
machine stops, corner of Canal and Walnut
streets. were partially. destroyed by lire at ono
o'cic.na title rooming. IC., is about $200,.
000---insnrod for $lOO,OOO. One firemen was
killed and several wounded by the falling of
Sentenced tcoLthe Penitentlary.
Wanunrcron, Nor. 2:h—John K.Stotler ' of
Philadelphis,luts been sentenced by a eeext
martial to fire years imprisonment in the
Albany Penitentiary for fraud, Lu furnishiig'
supplies to tho army- The soutane* has beep
approrea by tho President.
emetic-Li ^o.—Maj. Gen. Logan and
•tall p 4 and through flare to-day ea rowte to
The river, under the influenee of the meant rains,
eras rising rapidly last evarang with Mil el ht foot in
the channel by the pier mark.. This rise appear. to
have emhsted entiredy in the Monongahela rtrcr, a.
the Allegheny op to lest night, bad riven but a few
!aches. Ttcre is however, t pcnil '!!ty of &swell to
thelast named :deer, but It le not probable, a. dis
patches received from .011 City en Seturl,y roported
the Allegheny et the point, with cold weather
and no rain.
Buelnesecontinsins quits active !ha whirr, with 1 ,
large eblyniento mina improved receipt,. There hays ;
been no ortivale from below On. Friday . The Emma I
Glrishem from Zanesville will foood LL
the wharf thin morning, end theft. Patrick from
Cincinnati le expo, - e-rice a nt
1 .9 new staaloer Julia ch-an,d tor 7...caci11.• on
natorday oveeiri, with n fair trip, and the Parat ,'
left for Louisville ou Sonday ammo,. The 01
City erriserd from the "loud of groase,** on Saturday
Titers ato rpitte a...plumber of .•broad-hort." momod
In the river oppoaito thy.! Wharf, reedy to leave for
Clueinnati r ./amis./11k. inzotother point
river, suet ea noon es literals 'water enough to let
Ph-na out. &nue .f or -Mtn entertained hopes
yeatsr 4 a< of a - 11.1.0 at riso, i o • i:ar taai their
bop. will not he realised, UMW/ the Alirgbeoy river .
I 6. W. Elitiert late of tiro licat..n has con
tra..•toil at l'inciuhati for a flue
ihaart, tiiwill laum through the present cacti
locks at toularlile. She will it Is mud he
T. suestner llay Doke sta. s.sh.l on Friday lest to
Capt. Sheety and other. of anslnnoth She Is to to
placed in the Cintinnatt acd slur:l:or:and river trade.
Passenger. an. sialppers should remember that the
neat and commodious packet, Reserve, Capt D. H.
Herron, leaves for Clasen/nail this evening. Ur, W.
Al. List, firmotly of the Sallie List, vs!ll be fauna In
tIL., Alen r4dy to wait on those having business
alth the Rearm.
The Adelaide, Capt. Miler, la announced for Cincin•
nut. Louisville and Nashville The Adelaide has
been thoroaghly overhauled and repaired, and Is non
tret rote condition.
• Markets by Telegraph.
New loan, Noy. 21 -e-Cotton dull and drooping at
ggfing.*!....e Fir middling, uplands. Flour, In better and
tommierate demand et
fin. extra St "' ; [r ---- --PltrirATE DISEASES;
57,55g7,60 for IL 11. O.; ,nrra,so for trade brands„.
market closing quiet. Whisky, excited and Bgrn j
bugled"; Part last evening sold at iot,a,7sc, but chiefly Dr..Ludlum's Spec4c
e. 701:373c. W brat, firmer, but quiet at 51.4241,1 n;
Chl.ngo spring atold On Is the only reliable remedy for diroasea of the ary....1,1
Mliwankee Club at sl,4feii.4g; amber Milwaukee at
$1,:441,00, andwinter 4.1 si,ci t ga, , a. of generation. Ti ts the LB. - every of en en:lnept
firmer: western $,30. C orn , excityl, and Kyj
higher; demand for epee:dation: shipping Physician whose lift AO> devotoit tv the treaty:mot
mixed v. antes, st,icgtoi in store, cl..tint; Brit: at I
bet:, figures. Oats, excited, and 2.4.1 c higher, with I this clam of dlsemiea, sod with rusprocednuted
good badness doing; western and Stank aiming at
outside quotations. Wont, tory gnu. P.M:, La- cog.: for more thou twentY.rearg. it it pm - fade, in
changed and In fair demand. Lard, :01e; and steady. j
Butter, firm; Ohio, itdragnc. state eneera, firm on Itgolf, requlrfn no Jnjoollorot, ate! differing •otir, ty
New York Stock and Money Market. ; from the rosettes the "seer'', worth-
Mnner Is n unto osn•V', her ennui es art!- , ; lean compounde of r :be put !nc. 1: is eat:I.:I;
lag firmer nut quiet - at In:Pal:A% far first class
Geld unsettle: wad firm, eovning a; 54, declining to I vegetable and perfectly gat, .IL nuts like a ahem,
advancing to and :lades firm at 53}•t.
The . total exports of specie to-day were and Impute atrongth and •rigrat to the dta.n'ead
career:mem Stocks quiet and steady ; t". F. trs 81;
Conpoce., 107% ill sIOC/p. Ins•ta
Stocks at Beyond Board firm and active.
I Claceggen.,--The Arent etecnres of this remedy Bret.
N. Y. C.
itarlem Butting parmauent cures hag led in Its being in.itand
Erie ...... ......... C
C It I 'GT % ,by unprincipled mon. Otworro, therefore, that lbs
grading' - I'Lst; MdPDC al I
Eno p —..102tn
Ft. W. k C j signature of the proprietor is around cant: box. Noce
Mich C.... ...... .... A .k T
, other is gounims. Prepared only by
ME P. DAVIDBOI4,
dole Proprietor, Cbacirmati,
Bind by ill aro. Prier, 81 tor Sox.
Mir /or ago at wholesale by GEO. 1 - 1. RHUMB,
FOR \V HE ELI NG, MARIET- f -
TA AND ZANESTILLE.—The fleas -
passenger ssoamer r. id 31 .1 CRAIfAM, Mono, Ayres;
mar:under, leave. Plttaburgh every TUESDA Y, at
4 p. m, gold Zane.vtll. ever. FRIDAY... 8 o'rloa.
a. m. The nos steamer JULIA, Wm. Coulon, Com.
m.ndor, loaves Pittsbureh every SATURDAY, at 4
p. m., and Zanesville every IIiEzDAY, at fl s'rlook
m. For ft...lea or psuage apply on hoard or to
J. IV OOLLIAGWOOD, Agent,
11. 9. MRCS gt CO., Agents,
Fox cr_ccissArri, LOUIS
The floe steamer ADELAIDE, Capt. A. Miller, leflt
leeve an abnra on MONDAY, the 234 Instant.
For ~..„LL or parrage apply on Iv and or to
non .1 D. COLLINGIFOOD.} A P"'"
LIORCINCINNATI & LOU
.L ISTILLE.-1 - ae 11r.e slew atcatner,l
I'ABAIION, Capt. Donnell:, will Imre ae &ben on
THIS DAY. 21d inst., at 4. p. ro.
For freight or paraoga apply on board or to
J. D. UOLLINGWOOD,•
nob) JOHN FLACK,
1 - 4 1 0 R CINCINNATI & LOL'- • _
ISVILLE.—Th. epleniLid atertmer -
P.CSERVIC Oept. D. B. Horton, will lease se above
IMP DAY, Vdd that., at S o'clock p. m-
For freight or Tauaage apple no board or to
non J. D. COLLINGIVOOD, Agents
pid.roS, Jlligam, tie
hse the pl.aeare to announce that hel IV g
has Just returned from Fes York and Baotou, ahnre
he has selected from the Factorise of Chicketing a
Sons, Unitas & Poo, 111,151t0n Pros., W. P. gmenon
and otht.ss, • .plendLl wortment of PIANOS,
brach,: all nilm of flnlah, (tom plain to ettra carved
The.. holt una•tan wall arrive during this and th.
corning w,A, and the attention of parahaaep 6 n.
sr•ctfolly solicited to them.
H' PBIO/3 TO SCIT ALL. 'GS
CHAS. C. MELLOR,
81 WOOD STREET.
rIEI3K ER'S PLAN OS.—
J. F siveaktai
_of WI Amihnbi's Oon
e„* in New Tork, tho editor of a'
Mt... 14 Swim and World mime tho following r.
marks: The instruments used on this occeedini
were of a comparatively new firm, of the nun of
Dicker Brothere, and gars very gratifying evidence
of vadellant workmanship and pecirerild and brilliant
tone. 'Docker's Planes are turioubtodly the bort
manufactured now in this country."
Bob 'rata Ibr Pittsburgh,
J. 11. HOFFMAHIII & BHA,
No. til nrrn STBENT
1:001t BALE.—A three-story, modern
m ) :. neat. Brick Building. new occupied In
Meade. Dunlap A Luker, dry good. merchants, on
Federal street, near the Market, Allegheny City,
having • front of 20 test, and 110 Bet In depth.
Tor tams, Aw., inquire of Id re. SALLIE UKIAH.
Baden, Deaver Co., Pe., or of Mr. .1010 131101 VB,
Jr., corner of Federal street and the Dlamoud,
If nOt auldhafora the 210ttt Mut., It will be eared
Aldo, a Country Residence.. 20 tail., emu the rite,
end about three minutes walk. from L,gen's duktiou,
cc the Pittsburgh, Fort Wins & Chicago R. 8.,
with a modermatte 'building, plume falling Indian,
end • Large quant ity of fruit hearing tretw,graperke,
Tor meth:eddy enquire es Ogee. •
‘gi Big . 6.,lckley Bottom, 1d ACM"(
ground, situated new Leetsdale, on the Pitt/blare:6
.Yon Wayne A Chicago R. R., on the hank of tn.
Ohio river. Terms de!. Eterdre es Woes.
nolemodivr EaLLIX. !ACAS.
John Mann & VOA Soda Ash,
la oeslataatly wearing the unneodda M Will B .n
en the nevi favorable term. Thia Asa . tr Pazi;va•
larly Wailed to the menutheont et OWL
0. W. CHI11102:11.111C, .
' lona non writs7:PhilsotilAls.
I 1 1 ! 1 1 Z 72 : = 2 = M i 1
Perseus of sedentary habits, tumbled lath w•ass•
bees, lamitude, polpitsOon of the heart.
petite, distress after, oatht . toryqd
ttOO, to., &acres to iftirkr 2f : - they will 0.4 tri the
PLANTATION BITTERS_ I ,
Which are now recommenuel by the. Mgt:Get
antheriths, and cArranted ro p.r•dnos an
hattelkirl efhtt. They are exceediattly et-reetbJe,
Ptelbtiky pap and most supe.-c..,1e all other ton'',
.where a healthy, gentle atininlant I. requirteL
Thele p=ify, stre:o.hez and tiet,prate.
They create a healthy appetite.
• They Ir.= ort:l.A. to =Anne of water and dint.
They Overoome effects of dissim..t. ton and late bones.
'ahoy earongthen the Nyman anti calls= the
They prevent miestratin and intermittent force..
The; purify the breath luel acidity of the ananach.
They rzr, Dyspetala end Constipotirm.
, They cure diarrhea, Cholera :red ehelera
Tay:ram Liver CemplaMi we Nerrette
IThey make the weekatrong, the
and are. exhaturred nature . l groat restorer. They on
taxpow of the celebrated Ca:l,4a bark, winter
green, mantras, mote and both, ail preeerry.l in
ped , ,ct!y pot, St. Cr.:: Item. or particu!ars,
droulars and teetbrioniale around care t...ottie.
Beware of truprviere. Ratmalue every tattle.
that It hee ti. S. 124rttes' ,ur privet , I".
r.'“el - tp arm the core, with plantatim scene, ILL
oar firm elquatur• one Sae steal petite eakrovvrint
Lae label. See duet our tvttle to not 11,1ti , i
rpetrione mid deleterious duff. We defy any per- - n
loMiteti the taste or character of our go-le. Any
person pretending to fell PLud...-tion Dillon by the
gall= or in bulk, le an (water. W../1 only In
0, log gbh, bottle. Any person Imitating thlt
botite, or selling any other material therein, wherh,
called Plantation Bitter. or sat, is a crlyalust cr.' , •
the U. S. Law, nod sill be rn prosecuted by et. tl.,
ahead, hare em n u on t " parties re.tiling oe•
bottle,oho all! succeed In getting thetrowl- -
late clam quarter, The demand for Drake%
1.1100 Bitters from led , e, inert.hoott.
is perfectly , 0- ,- tria;
bottle, is the evidence we oreter.t of their worth and
superiority. They are told by ell rz•eta,.l.l:.c drvg.
grnernrs. phyeicion4, hotel!, straml,ets
-DILAICE'S GENUINE BIT
mrs, rtr iralo wboltersle rn 1 rvt,n, by
SIMON JOB NSTO
Gorour Smithtleld and Fourth +trr, to
foirolut-usas - T
LT , } , - 31 1 1:11113 WIRE 'VENE(}AIt,
R!N. BOLLMA Grm.e,
( Flanseriv 111 f 417.4 Bontoons.)
The poly Vinegar sirardel with a Prisc Uedal.
tlity eredbitors at the luterwtoua
Lcarten. Fir W. by
TO THE BRUINS OF PITTSBURGH AND VICINITY
The trodarahrued would r.mutali tttomioo
to the ;reparation known an
HP:SIIENTELL'EI 171iPTEllOAL COVOITII Erman - ,
For all Throat and Lnog OoropWrits.
BITKNEWELL'S TOTAL! ANODYNt,
The greet Neonlyrc , Rheumatic, lierul-eolm, Tooth
eche, Lora of Bleep, and General Nervous Remedy
Also for the Palm to Monthly Mene l troatloas a per
HUN - NEWELL'S ECLECTIC: PILLS,
The sn..t r. , 11,l form of Co tl , .arlo ever clams to Lin
pub& , whlch never require mono than tee and W
6= ,oa fur a dose, act trite:int the 'lout gtiptrg.
and cure rc..tt e as, Ifyaimsals. Liter
Osmplaln% PU•a, Worms, and all darangsmants 0 ,
stomach of basal&
The abate preparation., of such unbounded repu
tation In New Inglani, 4 Fll ve the confide., of ~.d
are aced by, groat number: /- Ordains, and at
prim. within mach of all, are worthy the
ins ..11.b., rlin will ri.d Theme strict oonforralty to
nature In medicine. Without ree..orting to the cum
non method of columns of advertutoz, I wortld ash
oasildsam to toot them, rrLteb will be sacred.
JOHN' L. I:MIMI:WELL, Proprietor,
Practical Chemist, Elosion, Alma.
For rale by all wboleaala anti retail dealers.
The greatest ireptlom or correepondenee solicited.
Dealers of good reforce4, suppli..d on oommiatioz.
For sale in Pittsburgh at retell by J. IL Fulton,
G. U. Keyser, H. D., inseptt Fleming; In Allegheny
City by Jas. Drown 11. D., W. J.31...L0s and Geo..L.
Kelly. 'it. A. FALD.Z.S.TOCIC G CO.,
orlarlimeodaser Wholesale Agent., Pittsburgh_
KILL t S.IIELTENG WOEKS, Prnsevicz.
PARK, M'CURDY & CO"
fianufeenfors of SIMATIZING, EEAZIEES• AED
BOLT COPPER, PEEESED corrry. mmo=4,
RAISED STILL rorroms, Erma= satmEl.
Alva, Importers and denlerk . In METALS, TIE
PLATE, fig?. IIION,"19111.E, Ac. LaL.T.Lontly on
kanp, TIENERE• NACIIINE3 AED TOOLE.
Wareborm,lia 140 FIIBT and: IO BE(X3ND.STS.,
Special crtArs of Oopppr cat to any tlendz,v't 7-.. tern
PEllll2iall Of LSI publitiesi
for the benefit aides a werniug and Caution to young
men who gaffer from Nervous Debility, Prernature
Decay of Manhood, cte. , supplying, at the earrie time,
A. wenn qf Worn. By one who has erred hlentell
after berg put to great expense and Initup through
medical humbug sad quackery.
Dy enclosing • pod-paid addreetedoneelope,alogie
copies rely be had of the cotbur,
my2l:Trialrr Medford, Kirsp comity. X; T
OD ROBITISON, BEA & CO., (ouo•.
oornoro to llosrooos, 3lrsis a Iltuasa,) WEBBING
TON WODEB,rocoricts BiaeursiTio,
Nortullizftrero ot,BOAT AND BTATIOSIIII
STEM ENGINES, BLAST Estiste,
MACNLNERY, EM:1343,' SDAFTINO, war
tics, of all doorriviono ; Ott TANEB STILLS,
BOILER AND SHEET IRON WOWS,.
Agoras for 01171.11 D'S PATMT =MON
BOTH REXTT.— A Weer cud tedilezendint,
lug been manned to henlib In a **dye, eleAnt4'
derv:dog aLL toe tonal rcratteo end trreattlie
else melee of treansent,yrttnoet. euemy,eueeptytele.
h pawned duty to etruedientnue to MI sfillektict SNIP
create:vs the mans of onto.. robe., on *ts:, - .reetii-t'
awl addretwed envelope, he erM aentfesu'n'eci,j - di ;
thevrt—crtptien A. 'Dina to ,JrOYXT:
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.aohme data INFTTVIIt;:tEEDIV,
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