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threatened, in their naked condition, with
bp°reisidieliticts O i f t thrfgerracure, it.on nz g el' The. VEI. R SALF.,- Raftlif Frami4 Tim- -
NCE OFFICE, ' lyhesk„ . 1, .. 1 I,L
the horror! , Oi =ids in addition tt: alone Or Sass er
of it Very.. numerous, has pro- .1-7• 11;r. saeraging• fcptil 6to 16 inches square. _ r \t ,a iiersarntar. t. 1 t ' .11 1.. 7 ' LD...L.)011
into nounced agidissi iZoneordite, against the lectdre st No . tOr rester WE. R' s ,a,a,tc, November Pt, to
er of the bishops, over the lower clergy, I
at this othec en.
We annex the tables which have led as \ m-45.22
------------------- til 4 r... 1.... kp. nt on Os te u DAY OF DELIIIII.I I
in favor of the marriage of priests. t_ - 10 1 1 ERNMENT SALE. -Will be sold Psxr , s.. rw , .01 Intintrr at ethic , , P .
into this disquisition : 1 ' ‘...1 tnb 11 sera parts 37 Elcll- .58, t, in ,-, iitertsi in the following ql.,,titiol. -.I .., a ki3 \.„ e,s vintuLiii.
ti amber or wen, steno oetwo , e Cho not or is and ', Is Ricnmose good whisky sells at r.. , , ~ s 1 2 street,. so3N.ney, I,,,vem_ u nder..igto 4 a rie.r.c.:s, Via t
'')'''' ' 1 si.C,e'rltllPAt;lt lb ectork p. ca, a igt of h emmed . 30,15.' sots,' the 'New Yurk Arsenal, Cost,: r 4 1
45 In ths -L./rat !states, k tecording to the revue of i barrel, relic , . money. An IRcerlor article can ; 0,,,,,,ki..;
t•Ltil : i Stucco and Water Barrels. 'lsland.
be had for $2,005. A glass of brandy corn
tracts and Figures. suovA. /taes. States. 3tnle.. mends five dollars. They coo be seeu ut the AClrtiCtll ROOMS on the 25th W.' 0 0 sets ttt lb-. Frtut f•trd Armen.% Brgisslg I; ; •
As our knowledge of the strength of the i California 169,975 Pennsylvania ....... 555,172 ; o.tt. 'f. -ru s e cash, Gu1,01.1111.t money. P.m, 'ilia&
zuyi.l .. kna
_.....,—______. WILLIAM J. 510o1111END, Capt. L. S. A , „:: •:: • • .
29 or , . v. 0 ., 0 t tb.• PI -bray bray At /tonal, Pittsburgh, 1
1 Counecticut ..... -.. 544 , 11; 11 , bcdo I %lend ....... t i, ...L .„4 -, 1
Rebel s prites has depended mainly upon the ' 1 nf„trare...,.........._ 18....., ) r Tux Bc,ton Lae-- ,, tor says that Geo. Thome- no-tigd Mustering and Lisbon:mg Ofticer,
. 375,1126 'Vs iscon:in .............. ::. 150..7..5 1 son, the English abolitionist, will soon revisit i Dsv:•,'. quaarrAn,t,rimr-it?.',...:lLL',olrac... 1
representations of news paper correspond- i ii,,di51L.......::. 265435 ---- this country to congratulate bin friend 4 p
gm* a n!, always disposed to underrate the i tr..... : . : . .... _..13? 7 ,..1, , c 6 4,47 " 1 1 the improved aspect of affairs. n ' on ',
1...-ITABLF IiANTRE.-Weill be sold at
;kJP I 'e . - ~' a largo onantity of so ld
rsources; of the malcontents, and some- Kentucky 11,0,559, Territories. '„, I LIANRR, -11,trtVe'Fnie Grounde, ou STCMDAY,
ULMER Indulging in exaggerations wh i ch , Melo° ..... -........ 122,81 1,470,561 \ oat HVIIDAZD MILLION more feet of lumber 1 the 20th ito.t„ at 3 o'clock p. m.
Morliand 102,71LiCelorallo ............. 2 - 1 . 371 than TORSI are in the Western markets. and ' FMK., wishing to purchase th e same, had better
were obviotisly intended to aid them, either r i = r a .n attstta..- 11::6 1 ;t4 otr . , : t h.ei, - i;iiiwii,. 1 ,,,,.. 7 'T 1- yet the prices aro higher than ever. examine r.te premiees, as it Wlll he sold to the high.
blascouraging the loyal citizens., or die- mtorentota.. ..... -. 412,T26 Dint. ..... a ;
\ 5 . ,T1 I IT IS SLID there will soon be enough colored . est bidder. -
Tenn- null, Gevernzucnt Tole.
ard the whole nomad lA. Cot. end
: Deputy 0._?! .. ._?1 , 22.
swain our Generale from each active an d Il l srrampithire... 2363,T0 New 11%.ii-c-o::.:111 19,003 troops on the Mississippi to gn
vigorous measures as the occasion seemed f i v e : tr , 1z . ......- .: :: 14 2 : 1 1 . 8 9 1 V• m h b -w it i c - ,.;11 .... ~,,,,,, river and garrison the towns. 1-11,,TgrAtiTill.31.0T78 GC....<F14-et. 00,
to demand, we have taken the pains onto .............. 7. .... to,sati - , Pittsburgh, Nor. 25, 1841. 1
n .. 15,7611 Total 4 N 59,871 A Now ENGLISH order of merit, to be called WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AllC
to prcluro a tabular statement, showing the 01;regob.
'13..1te. Maiss, between the area of 18 and the Albert Cross, has been s uggested, for the T t T lON , five condemned public TIORSES, at the
lair Grounds • on SATURDAY, the 28th inst.. at 8
Sumter ,of male citizens of the United 45, le r the Seceded States t purpose of decorating literary and scientific .
, o'clock p. m.. The above at:UE[l4lg are condemned as
Males celebrities. : aunt fur public service, end will bo sold to the high
States, between the ages of 18 and 45, as visrt,sita
....................„..„„.........._......,....._ _ _ 1
ascertained by the Malls of 1860, which North Caroline.- 115 6 ,349 6 l'ezeseee 155'253 PUBLIC ..VOTICES.
• • . i Terms curb, Guam omen( Fon d a. Funs. O
We now publtsh, for the purpose not only of e artiA C ......... i.'a.......... 111:,005 Toasts .... 92,145 .
~. no2sttd I,t. rot and Deputy Q. 51 General.
furnishing a definite idea of the strength of ri0ri5m0,...................... 1 9 5 3 , , 7 9 r 7
s A HA ILE CHANLIE FOIL IN VEST
the Oonfederacy, but of showing the corn- bounds.. ............ WA 1, .s.a. PENT -We offer for sale our two !arcs and
parttilve resources in men of the two sec
tion*, in tho'wat in which we are now in
volved... It will be aeon from this table that
the whole number embraced within these
Rivals, in the eleven seceding States, is
shown to have been, at the breaking out of
the rabellion,about 1,0.64,103. Deducting.
hoirever, the States of Louisiana, Miasiasippi
anflTennesseo--with about one-third of Vir
ginix--which are now occupied by our ar
mies, and therefore not within the range of a
oonscription-and the States of Arkansas
and Texas, which are at present effectually
slivered from the Confederacy, we have
SR aggregate of 528,184 free male citi
zen's between the ages referred to, in
the several States now subject to rebel
tale. This is about 28,000 1 ess than the male
population of our own State alone, within the
Same ages, and will enable the Pennsylva
:- Dia reader to form a tolerable conjeature as
to the number of troops which they were
originally capable of bringing into the
field, and their present probable abilities in
this way after all the losses which they
have sustained during the progress of the
We are not able to state the precise num
ber of troops which this Statehas furnished.
It must be obTiotta,however, to nay one Who
gives the subject a moment's reflection,, that
a SLft of even 300,000 would have been an
• exceedingly severe test of our capabilities
in this way, and that no conscription, how
ever sweeping and indiscriminate, could
have brought into the field a much-Larger
number than this, oven for purposes of
home defence. Looking, therefore, to the
, herculean efforts, and immense losses in
soldiery, of the rebel States, es well as from
the diseases of the camp and hospital-ag
gravated as they have been by the want
even of proper medicines and food, as from
' the actual casualties in the field, in conneo
lion with the factthat large numbers of their
people are either fleeing from the conserip
tien„ or in arms to resist it-it may be read
ily supposed, if it it not perfectly demon
strable, that the armies of the confederacy
are of very small account as compared with
our own. We doubt, indeed, whether it has
now in the field more organized troops than
our Government can count in its single
camps beyond the Rappahannock, and in
the defences about Washington. Its gu st ,
rine militia, eriacis infests so many parts of
the nensrired States, and inflicts so much
annoyance and mischief in a small way, in
consequence, mainly, of the. toleration of so
many rebels within our lines, is not, of
course included in this estimate.
If it be objected to the elements we have
used as the ones properly entering into the
calculation, that a large portion of the rebel
armies was originally drawn from the
States which we have excluded, the answer
is, that those troops are obviously.ciisappear .
lug very rapidly from the theatre of action.
And this is precisely what might have been
reasonably expected. In a contest for State
Rights and State Sovereign y,
is really no feature of nationality involved
on the rebel side, it was but natural that
the occupation of any one of those States
by the federal forces should largely im
pair, if not ahsolutely destroy, the interests oainti..
final action if trey -. _ ,_.
of its people in the general struggle. The men of the command- will endeavoe .- ,_.....,
And thus we sec in our captures of prisoners, protect themsetvls from ouch a fate, though
tiedsolicllsiroun'oTnia citizens, .-
and their own reports of the casualties of , A .....i.ot to do it. Ms name to be ed Ite a candidate for the tun,- , ~,_:::
et.- se Due wining municipal el, -
battlo-fields, that the "tigers" and ''hyenas,"
.'" I -, . (24:7 - -
Fourth and a fr .....,„
and nankee smashers, - and other wild
beasts and banditti, with equally ferocious
names, whohailed from those States and who
figured so largely in the early stages of the
war, hare ceased to occupy a place in its
history. Judging from these reports, we
should he tempted to conclude, that it is the
States of North Carolina, Georgia. and Vir
ginia that are now mainly, if not exclusively,
supplying the armies of the Confederacy.
There has been a show of numbers, it is
true, throughout, that was tolerably well
calcuated to keep up the delusion so eaten
ilivelypropagated by the rebel sympathizers
in the North, for the obvious
discouraging our people, and deterringsach
Gengs as licCxst.w.s and IlAtancx,'and
perhaps MEADE, from taking advantage of
.the occasions which have so frequently
offered, for testing their actual strength and
erushing the rebellion at a blow. Superior
generalship and intormer zeal and earnest
-teas, have enabled them in most of the bat'
des fought, to outnumber us at the points of
attack, as was. eminently the case in the
Peninsula, while superior activity and, en
have so multiplied their forces as
to give them the appearance of great Dupe
riority in strength, and led to incessant',
cells for reinforcements by Generals who ,
wadi have been outnumbered with a mil
lion, and looked to the columns of the
N. li. Herald for their information instead
of feeling their enemy and ascertaining his
numbers for themselves.
With all this apparent disparity, however,
we do not seem to look to any other process
yet than that of starving out the rebellion,
instead or putting it down by arms. °en
traps has struck no blow since the 3d of
July, at Gettysburg, although his enemy
was retreating before him, and detaching
largo halloo of men to re -enforce BllAtia,
and overwhelm Roszcs.Ans in the West; and
when that enemy, thus weakened, turns
upon him and offers battle, he declines the
saltation, and rims away from him, only
go back again, when be has ceased '..to
Jowl 7 And thni it is that the glorious
. anuanal months have passed away unim
prated, without any but delusive promises
cit'o/fcrAitirii Movement, and with the pros
pect of going Into 'inter, quarters, while
Per bre= soldiers in esptivity are perish-
IL`r."I3:IDTIL & CO..
WEDNESDAY MORNING::::NQV. 25, ISL 3
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' 1 I
Exchange of Prisoners—Colored Sol
diers in the Hands of the Rebels-.
The Washington correspondent of the N.
T. Exciting post, s letter, dated the 2.24
The government has determined that no
further exchange of•prisoners shall take place
till the rebel authorities will agree to an ex
change without reservation. Colored soldiers,
and officers who commanded them, now in
rebel hands, or at least captured by the rebels,
most be accounted for.
The Star, of last evening, in an article said
to have been "inspired" at the 'War Depart
ment, says :
"In determining on the employment of col
ored troops, this government became bound by
the highest moral obligations, as well as
those appertaining to the well-being of the
service, to give our soldiers of that descrip
tion every guaranty that they should be pro
tected and cared for, and, indeed, treated in
all respects like any other troops in service.
The rebel authorities, so soon as we placed
colored soldiers in the field, proclaimed the
purpose of banding over their officers when
captured to their several States' authorities
to be punished under their States' laws as
criminals engaged in inciting slave insurrec
tions, and of selling into slavery our colored
troops, as they might
vernment perchance fall into
hands.hands. As far 68 this go has
able to learn, we apprehend they have rigidly
carried out this threat, formally promulgated
in a message from the pen of Jeff. Davis, it
will be recollected.
" Thus, nothing .whatever has been ascer
tained of the fate of such of our officers com
manding colored troops as were captured at
Milliken's Bend, Charleston and Sabine Pass.
If alive, the rebel authorities have thorn
somewhere immerged in secret dungeons, b
having even pretended to bring them to pu
lic trial under their state laws. Bat the Im
pression is irresistible that they have been
murdered, as no traces of them can be found.
Be, captured by them have shared the same fate,
or been reduced to slavery, the latter being
The War Department seems to be firm on
this point—it will not consent to a further ex-
change until it is made genril, including
Union soldiers who have been captured. The
President, understand, agrees with the
War Department, and ll a gent men will s
port them in the position they have n
upon this subject.
Tho War Department and the President
may well 'agree to tnke the only position
that appears to be tenable in dealing with
this paintul subject,—and we doubt not
that "all good (and sensible) men will sup
port them," though possibly, a few without
taking time to think, would give way to
their feelings, at firtt, and favor giving way
else to any and every demand the rebels
---hawc,er Vagrant—however unrea
As to the fate of the officers of colored
regiments, and of the poor colored soldiers
themselves, who have fallen into the hands
of the rebels, there is good reason to irl,eve
that the worst fears that have been enter
tained, will be found, when the truth Lc
comes known, to be fully justified by the
facts. Read the following extract from a
letter, dated Port Rudson,-Nov. Ild, written
by a Captain in the Seventh New York reg
iment, and addressed to his father in that
We have just received information of a posi‘
tive character (we only bad rumors before,',
that First Lieutenftrit George B. Coleman jr.,
New York city, who was caidured ab
two months ago, whle out on a raid, W
hanged within twenty-four hours afterwards,
together with some twenty priirates (colored)
who were taken with tam. I hope some ac
tion will be taken on the subject ,, and that
soon. I know thatiho officers d soldiers
of the Corps d! Afrique will take immediate
and final action if they ever get Into a Iluht.
Tho men of the command will endeavor to
protect themselves from such a fate, though
the government should neglect to do IL
It appears from this that the rebels are
fulfilling their threat of extermination. Not
content with starving the white prisoners
held at Richmond, the barbarous wretches
are butchering our brave colored sidiers
and their officers in cold blood.
Tut Mmstsstret Socaosox.—The following
table will give an Idea of the magnitude o
the Mississippi squadron :
Squadron at Cairo and Noland City ............... —.• •
Iron-clads on the lower river and building ..... -,.... 1.
l'in-clula, side and stern wheels .......................
...... :. ._ •+
Dispatch Tenses ..... - ....... -- .............. ............
Auxiliary Teasels .............. - ........ - ...
Hospital ship ............................... -.... ....... ......-•
Vessels of the Dam root ............... ..................
Ordnance vessels ........................................... -i.
Dispatcl tugs bet. Vicksburg awl Donaldsonville. 5
Total ♦gels of the squoilron he commission . .101
A Lerma from Chattanooga says hundreds
of deserters from Bragg'a army are coming
into our lines. In one night thirty-six, from
different parts of the rebel lines, found their
way through to ours. There was one North
Carolina conscript among them, who mild that
the late conscription in his Statead h rskod up
6EI man who could carry a musket, and
that, without a single exei
lion, to, the y tree/ friends
of the Macs. He said that whole companies
of them, officers and all, doctored openly
they would desert at the first opportunity. II 1
Arn.c-Osowina o TUb ETATS OP NSW
Yonr..--fha apple crop in market from Mon
roe county, Now York this year, is about
400,000 barrels, of which 133,000 barrels, were
shipped for market from Byhester, 66,500
barrels from Charlotte, and 200,000 barrels
from other points in the cou n ty . Orleans
county has shipped 486,000 barrels. The
prices rango from $1 75 to $1 IN a barrel, ex
elusive of the cost of barrels. Half a million
ef dollar s has hoen distributed this fall anions
the farmers of Orleans county for apples
HOMY RANDLLL recently sued James Mo.
Laughlin, both of Boston, for the right to go
upon tho letter's prembnie ankrepair Wraith
The water from Randall's sink passed through
pipes into a draiik wholly on hicLaughlin's
:land ; and M L au ghli n denied him tho
privilege of going on his "remises to repair
it, and also denied him the nee of the drabs at
I all. Randall rained his suit in both respects.
MLitt case is without .recedent in thls country,
Tal St. Louis Democrat says: Tim Broil-
dent btt upon a gratifying feet when be said
the election of Brown and Henderson, as
United States Bongos& from Missouri, through
a radical combination,,,o,wea knocking hoods
togother to soma purpose." It kaooked the
brains oat of the Claybank pasty, and the
windoat of the democracy.
LETTUI, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, »p
-resent that there is considerable briskness in,
the cotton trade in that quarter. Aliontlwo
hundred hales »mein daily, mush of it from
paints within the OW 'beg- •
1) LECTURE O'S TI-IE EAST.—Rsv4
JAMES PRES [LDS, D. D.. win deliver a
Lecture on TEIUDSDn'T (Thanka,Ttving,) FSLIC
IND, 2dth Inst., at iji o'clock, in the h1.T.T1.1 ST.
by CIIURCII. Subject—,
„- rem eines, by Ilitunt Bowel, to Jercualent." Pro
ce. for the benefit of the Sabbsth SchteiL Tirkete
25 cents, to be obtained front the Teachers, or at the
BATTERY A, INDEPENDENT
PENNA. ARTILLERY, (the, old ]edn'•
Dostiatlei 8402 and $3Ol.
litecrulta wanted for Ode well lenovrn Pittsbnrith
Battery. Also, • BLUM-SMITH waited for los
mane. Recruits enlisted for any Pennsylvania A-.
tiller'', Cavalry or Infantry to the geld.
Apply at 37 VIETH STREET, second story, to
T. 31. riNNEr, I
notiVeod2wlet Lieut. and Recruittoe Ofhoer. 1
17A.TTENTIOS I VOLUNTKERS. —
A few recruits aro wanted for Battery L. 3d No. 341. censer LIBERTY A WAYNE STREETS,
Penna. Artillery, Co l. JOSEPFI ROBERTS. This opposite Union Paseenger Depot, and now offer for
Regiment Is permanently stationed at Fort Monroe, , sale a renown% aesorvment of DRUGS, l'Al-r...NT
as gerrteon of the post. By enlisting in it, all esp.- MIWICINES. WRITE LE A Dii4,-'OILS, PAINTS,
sore, long mamba and privations of the field are VARNISHES, LYE-STIZIFFS, WINDOW GL ASS,
avoided, and men are provided with comfortable GLASSWARE. Au.
In In the largest and meet Important fortliir, Purchaser. will find our stock at all times well no
tion the ne nntey,
and gr . thorough), instraeted sort. d , and prices such as to give entire satisfaction.
lti all the dollts of Artillery and
&Adler.. , 3. T. I/ENDICR & Cl) .,
AU the Donna. pa 33-54.0:: to seta an and Sian to i cer. Liberty mud tirt.: , or streets Pittsburgh
new volunteer, n02,44413m0ttet
Apply, for further information, at tho Recruiti,- L c 4 . —.-4,47- - • - •
n.ede„... - ET n . " 1 le.k.R i T: , H.A v.r. AD \AN t..k.1) LS
, 'Area TE ALL, N 1 dod trert, la.. ,
Copt. JOSEPH B. BISPHAYI, '
natt „ ) . L, 3, p,,„„,,L. A,1,,,,r.y. Rut we 1.0116110 C to hill, onlil further notice. all
• - -- •
FOIST Nairtosal, BAN. or Prresataktu• i ' ; '"l' h. ‘‘' o ' r hot " ''''''''
(Lots Ptttsburgh Toot Compo.,)
Pittsburg Tor. thin. ' t i Reduced Fully 20 per Cent.
I..TEIE PRESIDENT AND BOALtII
of DIRECTORS have this day declared a !
Dividend of ONE voLtAn AND TWENTY-FIVE I
CENTS per share on the stock or the Pittsburgh
Trust Company to let of August, and TW,) iiiil.•
NABS per share on the Capital Stock of the Find
National Bank, out of the profits to the lot lost ., rin l Z ,
' I L) II NOR
P ayable on or after TEESDAY, the loth Mot
The Stockholders are hereby notified that the 6.1 I 1 ~.
payment of the subscription to the Capital Stock. riri l
Twenty-fire Dollen p-r share skill be reunion on or I
before the Lt day of ]ley next.
n0.311m Jail , D. SCTLLY. Cashier. 1
11 - '. 'TUE NEW GYMNASTICS A 1
Ll'=-Y tirsviLLE HALL.—The ?lame are open
for new members at each time od
EVEN.f meetin Ladies 1
and Gentlemen, TUESDAY anY
INGS, at 7 ; 4. Leal. and Children, WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, at 3 o'clock.
IMAMS, II •DV/OCIS:
For Adults, comae of twenty lesson*. ..... —lb On.
For Lads and Misr., " " ......... 4 00.
TO STUDENTS AND LOVERS
OF CHURCH MUSIC.—The well-known
r, Mr. JOHN ZUNDEL, Organic?. and Di
composerector of Ilusio al Usury Wart Beecher's Church,
New York. will visit this city during the nest month
to give a short course of lotto:talon in Harmony, the
Organ or Melodeon, and Chorus Singing. connected
with pithily performances on Go Org., and Sacred
Conurte. Circniani, stating terms, etc., may he ob
tamed at the 111.16 Stores of H. Etcher d Um end
C. 0. Mellor. nolLtliech
lU.SIGNAI, CORPS, U. S. A.—A lie-
crulting Station for this attractive brunch of
the army lim been oposed in this city. The nature
..of the service and the inducements offered. , such IA
Tendon this opportuny of roils? ing nii...to dAilrablo,
and one that tuay not again he offered.
Inc farther particular., inquire at llocrulting Ste.
Ulm, No. 26 Fifth street, PLie titsbor,„
ut. .I.li DOFF,
NOTICE TO SToCE 110
The Annual b etting
the Shk.' • em
the Pittsburgh d Co...Basilic Railroad Company
will he held at the office of tin Comp.!, ?Jsne.
BolidLog,) boortb ma.., " toe ~O! s, Vittsbargs
on the FIRST MONDAY Cith OF UF DECE3I .
DER NE.l. — ., al 12 o'clock m., for the pop,. et
electing twelve Directors for the enenlog
i 4 W . O. lICUItAitT, Secretary.
r:9RENION. AL OF TUE DEAV.—AIi
t;,.persons Interested are hereby notlibid that
the removal of all human
now ln th• Pros
bytetian Burying Ground, on Juniata etre. Second
Ward, City of Allegheny, to Ililidale Cemetery, will
M commenced on the Itith of this month.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
olttul U. McGONSIGLE, Ser'y
,rx sr 2401.0114.13CLA I 'My.. Net CO., I
rittlbUrgh. Noe. inth, 1. , :i
,-.DIV IDEND.—'rhe Directors of this
'' 00[1:1pfni bie , e [Lk day declared x DlTidrud
4 TWO LitildiAlts upon tech share ot Ow CAW el
Stock, to be applkil to
tbo reduction of the stc.-k
colo - tael
--- -- • • • - -
Orrice qa,MONONGAIILLA tssrakars 0.,
''Plttstiorgb, Nve. 20th, laGil. j
AN ELE(7IIOS FOR Fl FT FEN
DIILECTOBS of tills Compnny, tn sere.
the ensuing Teat . , win De held at Ito 0f114.0, N... eis
Water stmet. on TCICSDAY, Pncember Ist, bc a ern
he houni of 11 n. m. and 1 p. m.
neYlitil 11. A. DANIS. Secretary.
7-7-....'T11E MAYO R. ALT Y 0 V A 1.1.,F,-
'----) Glf lOU --Capt. Simms Dams, at Ow orgei•l
soict:4ton of many citizens, has c oll.:navel tn permit
blt name to be toed an a candidate for the Marbraity
of Alleicheny City, at the ensnlng tutuitelpal eln.
..116 IN" di D IrIE.RT/SE.M .E..VTS.
la, SLTRY'S l' li Eti El 0 Y STEM. —A I
..1-TA. largo supply, fn cans and half eats, jolt rer',
for Ilmokagietog, omd for sale at the itmilly Groe,ry
Store of JOAN A. lIENSII.VA,
_Corner Liberty and Iland 'trek..
QPIC.EII 11.1.cCE NIY.AT, prepared
LI rawly for baking, sod put op in glom Jars for
family we, or for ..te in bulk, by the pound, whoh.•
wile and retail, by ,3011 N A. lIISISSIIAW ,
no 2:. corner Liberty and Rand street.
volt 'l' liA li irgli I V ITS; iirla I --ii liaker
I- Dried Corn, Cranberries, Pearl Hominy ands,
°tits, canned Tomato., On-en Cor
n, Oreen Pea
Lima Deana, Succotash Asparagus,
Strawberries, Pieties and mow., for sale .t the
Ifalaily °rarefy Store of
JOILN A. 13TaiSTILAW,
n 02,, Oorner Liberty and Hand .treats.
BUTTE li.—l ,UOU lbs. fresh 1(.11
lIITHRING-50 bbla extra Labnsdor ;
DEANS -60 bush. Small Navy
TIIIMIPS-20 bosh. White Glob.. ;
•PPLMS-40 bide. nomads;
iteral”d in store sod for sale by
250 PIGS (TALE...NA LEA
In store wad for sole by
.n021:5d 121 Second street
TO MANUFACTURER'S OF HOSE.
.L Proposals are invited and Will be received nnt it
VIIIDAY, the 27th inst., by the Oor untnit
e on Silo
Ellgilloll of the City of Allegheny,
and delivery, In wad city, of ono ti.onennd feet
of the beat unelity of Leather llooe, suitable f•Ar th e
nee of Stean emir s Engines. Separate proposal]. are
solicited for 9 and 10 inch hose c.onplete.
proposals to be sealed and left with A. D. SIIITII
n 0211.4 —_
p...i.i. Incited and will be received by the
Committee on Strome of the City Of AlleYheeY. until
FRIDAY, November the 7th. 1803, for the grading
of Ridge 'tree; trom Irwin's 1,001100 to Chttrtten.
c h eat, in the First ward. Payments trill be made to
te contractor as fast m they are collected a the
PriVerrf. Proposals will be isft with A. ROBSON.
eltreet Commissioner or
at .A '..T0101 WRIGHT, Chairman.
Q n - YED o.ki STOctE,N.t—tro-mlst.h:
L7Tootner of Liberty and St.
needy greening Wt., a EILAVEItiAS, aiatbeg;to.
a covered Bring wagon. 'ltos wagon contained flea
barrels of apples, a box of choose, • bax of sugar and
some other small articles. Any one giving informa
-1 don that will lead to Ile recovery of them. will to
rewarded. - GOTLEP ISTAlill,
701 Penn street.
VOTIOE--ESTRAY.—Camo 'to the
premtees of the meteor , lber, on the Washington
Pike, 2' miles from the city, on the lab instant,
Ivo COWS. one & Smell Brindle, Until, and the
. other a large Bed Cow. apyarently.Por 1 years old.
The owner is requested to coins ferirard; prove Prop
arty, pay charge. sod take them awsy; or they will
berld.to pay espeuses, accordircto law.
.3t JOtig,Fil ALLAN. Upton Township.
FINE DW CLING ON TENN ST.'
TOR BILL—The large threaaterY Alger
DtELLUSG,Iio. BS Penn street, below, nal • . b
Is offered for sale. Illos $6. 500 .
The b"'" ti
al;lhrniabad with marble mantels, gas oad osier.
largo yard and allay
the rear. Any vas . olablag
to ass the bur et
can Ewe thstg the aide gate ion
Penn street. JO ...Wielf, Jr., , •
naltapija iortrlaarin° P.
.pia Y 7 i -c
~ ~~~'ato.~~d=~''~~az~~,.:.T.L'_,~n;s~Ys~ M,~`~w.>. s'~..C.. cw:;i.,>.. ~~.St+`~ 7 x
axaYr•.xrtu„ :aa ~~~.r..:~6se~~c,wir~u'~ati,~v: ~r•*'~+~,~'~:'.~a~Ce+~i~'r+
shunted seven and eight mile, from the city, on the
A. V. it R., and now in succeeaful operation, run
mog 6,000 bud, cool nolly, and which nu be if -
on nand, by a ontiny, to donblo thnt amount.
neon are the only ~eal word on
thia road, and offera
For tome. and particular* apply at our Coal Office,
IN 'J. 1O Lilo.rty .treat, Pituburgrt.
no2sl3teod DICKSON. STEW' ART CO.
J. J. 13IMPEIL & CO
nave open•d In Pittsburgh
WHOLESALE DRUG AND JOBBING Horsy.,
From last s,•n.nn'• rs.ted
W. 'D. & Z M'CA.LLIJ Y.,
No. 79 PF.DE.RAL %TREAT,
Fancy Cassimeres, Overcoatino,
reeIIMERE eau VELVET VESTINGS
littltoblo fur Winter •ear• tun le t•• ord , in 'L. butt
otyle and to -Or rt ...rid ,
rovA 11M31 if
- ' GHAT & LOG AN, N 0.19 Fiflit St.
MBE sußseitißEß will offer iii, pri- , 110232._
. the I.la, 99n AND TII DAIA ~ r ---
1 • - - --
1,E0./1.1161i. 1A0.4. at N. 111 aneond otrrat, Pim L ADIES' AND
TM. note, on
oro.cd F AIMS, aittlato
turgh. ha. the follotemg
In South Iknver &Litt Chippewa to,ruships, Iteavot
ratur,ty, hstug '•hln trout 3 to 6% lanes fm
andStatios. soechteut to Churches, Schools
and villas, market..
31t. aelo, capable or dirldiug laid three haat
farm., or be G.lO.
sores adfoluiog the above, to he 001 d at n ter.-
rats lot, 3 ndh. , !post ntllroad station.
n 1 sre* 4 miles Irons Now
!Ai acres I. t ulles (rota Now Ihistlston
14r. arr.. dt note- f toot 5.,. lar,glt•po.
•l.e 7th o' r. of the ve hot sold
cout...erstioo from [Ads u a.,d, will IA
vr,(l,,rawla WAR *AI..
UIIOLSTEIZING m.t. Ise DRAY C
—llaving pu1,..••.4 ate.%Lock ger/trin
lot se an able to otter gryne hergalus m•
VE Eli BEDS; HAIR, lICSE SCRIBE
ATTBASSS, OLD BIATTRASSES, reemsde
the hest ma om, and lEATEI Kit BEDS mouth.!.
A mat vartrty of BLINDS, 111.0011
OIL t. WAIL, EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS; Ale
LADE, GRASS and el A N ILLA BORDERED MATS,
CARPET RIBBINGS, sod every variety cf &Avis
kVeil'otTbitaot tlttersttentlon of the public generally to
our 'M ELL ASSORTED STOCK.
All °mien promptly attyndcd
Clem. pre us a call at 172% F I:DEE A L STREET,
Allorrhenyr (home formerly occupial by Ile. Forople.)
noltlw MEEK N I KW.
It 11 - Ati NO EQUALThe immense
A .11,e. which for the past wren y ran has attend.
ed PROF. REED'S IlsONeric OIL In the allevia
tion and curt of pato, mut, .I,lyu tho proprertor to
state, imid challenge contradtctlono
That It hs• cured more Ithemnatism,
That It ha. cured more Sae Throat,
That It tom cured more Nenealgia,
That It hos cured mono Weal JOiAll.
That it tom cured more tleeratml Born.
That it has cured more Borne.
That lt has cured more l'ronted Fort,
That it has cured more Brulen.
That It hate cured mon Nervocat Affections,
Tint it has cut - tl In-re doff Joint..
Thon all other Pam Caren, Pain Killen and Lini
ments combined. Tor sale by Certeg4t/t• nerve/here.
SIBLON JOIINSION, Sole Agent,
null Corner Fourth and Smithfield yt recta.
General Butler in New Orleans ;
11. E. DA Vl5. 5.....r.Pmt7
A 111storr of the adminietration of the Deportof the
of the nut( the year littr2, with on scomint
rapture of New Orleans, and a sketch of the vest •
career of the Getmral, rivil and Unitary. By
Scare Panros,antbor of '• Life end Tim. of Aaron
Burr," "Life of Andrew Jackson, ec.
About ';otiCrown 8
ith tartratt on eted end maps.
PP. Priem In cloth, 61 . .;' half calf , 'qtrs. or an
thloe. 63 at,
Publiehed by MASON A 11A311.1N, B.ton.
nen:it 7 )forcer street, New Yak.
TIENT ItE AV ENID'. REIDENCE.
•..) FOIL Flt.Lt.-81x lots of ground, having • front
of CO feet on the avanne.by 0 1 0 deop,..to Franklin of ;
stone well In front. Iron railing, flag stone walks, etc,
A well Wilt and conveniently arranged Wick dwell..
Ina house, portico In front, will° hall, large parlor,
marble mantis., Owe ebambere, closets, clothe/ presume,
bath-room, entbagsnarn, dlnlinproom. kitchen,
wash-mon , and cellars; gas nod water Ilstnrce; stable
earriaye bons," on Franklin street; coal and wood
house; peach trees, chetry tram, grape tines, ehado
trees, sled shrubbery, all In complete order. Imme
diate p0w...10n. Apply to
S. CUTHISEBT A SONS, It Market et.
hill STOP II HEINRICIL
alturr , of Mar II
in the Magna= of Iltnrt
temborg, or hie balm, are haroby notified that the
ssid ECKHARDT le ellll entllladlo ent Inheritance
of ior,i,4 Boring, which be or his legal hairs must
delta before the 6th October, 1001. by
the poster Of
tomer, or 'lose all their right and title tO
`ohoritance. By order of BACH
IatERN ANSI/1.0141101W EIM/,•
the Consul of Wurttemberg, of.PWlndelphia.
,21:2turf • •
ALEW: NM GORDON,
40.tits i rote sit rt. St Lend Amos!. St. Loa 1."..., ,
In,tsk - sets at tie tolled arstes Arsenal, 'A e , e , , AWAIII.T.D 'I BE
t mm. bar - '
T'''' ' t m "'" '" " t " '''''''' i' " ' ..r t '' • - HIGHEST PREMIUMS
formity with tho regulation patterns. willeh mus i . ,
aeon at any af thi a.m. named plates, nun they are I ..t.T THE
to lei soliert to Inspection tit the arsenal mner , de- l
toe l l ' ', bi.b.:firein*titic7Kor peld forbjulthsencTlV-ITe''s;;:.
1 INIFIN XTIONAI, EXINITION, 11NDON. 1 S '07.,
proved. on Mitre. :eat. Toe belt.. to 1 of 9 ,...,1
Wale*. and all the .tort to be the. Is et oak tanned.
The stumbles belt ta Le Ile ',tided in the set
jab mete. mast, be made in lots ot not less insn
101 , .011 p r tt•-ti. for all contracts of 10,(10' seta or
ander; slid not 1.-s than %WO ocio le r oll'il '... oil
caatraets for 10,isS) s ni , the Orel it terry to be rare to
within Often" days from date of imo. l' it Int.
dither at a specified time will subject the contractor
to is forfeiture of tbs. , amount to be delivered e that
time, 'the aceoutrommits must babes... l In the ntrusl
stele; the Mises to be cheofieil at cmit, to tv dt•vr-
Mawd by the Its; ester.
Mader. will state eltilieltly the arsenal or ereenah.
whew , they prop.« to Letitia, end the number of set•
_ they propose to deii,Cr et tank place, it ha more ILA.
No hide will be received from partied other than
reculsr manufacturers of the article, and such en are
known to the Department to be Dilly eamput. tit to
execute tartyoer -ea stops the work proposed for.
Hach 1 obtaining a contract will required
to enter into Iwnd, with approvsl surety, ii r
faithful easent ton.
The Department ref...ryes Its riLLt le ~,J, Cl no!' .`-
ea bids. If not <termed eatiefartory.
Propwala will be addrewed to .• Drlgniint Gene-,1
GEOItGE D. RAMSAY, Chief of Ordnaucr, Wasi .
Diet°, LL Co" and will I- endorsed .Yroposal• for
In fens ry tacomt 1,30.1e1it5.“
T , ofokY
nriv. G' rater
A T OLD
The p u hileher of
THE E ‘sr
No. Erf VOURTII ST SS rr
An the lateot style•
Orrice or TZI Coxreobtin ALLialfr-IT Uo.,
Palebtu-r,b, olealber leak,
FP) PRIN. TEES AND STATIONERS ,
Jl.- 3,1.1 Proposals bo reoeired at this oftice
SEVENTY . OFFICE DUPLICATES, SEYF.NTY
COLLECTION DCTLICATEB, taid SEVENTY
SCHOOL DUPLICATE, for this yosr.lBll4.
nol9ncl BENDY LAMBENT, Controller..
Fourth street, between Ferry and Market streets. .
The let 1340 fret front on. Fourth street, by 83 , feet
deer. The Hotel Is * three story nark, 37 feet by
75 fort. The home as lately built, and is dolog a
good hulloes, "The ftrnitnre urn be *old lath the
hotel, If required.
es to trim.. Ingot.
For further particulars,
of J. W. NALL, No. 89 fifth street, or of J. IL
MISANOIL on the prembes.
TS, CUT FLOWERS,
dcd to orator from
)11:1100611% OAKLAND CITIMXIMOVSE.
Pnatb etroa4 [an run nut to the <ln :awns
.very Elftquu intuutes. nulLtf
40(i - BBLS. PEACH BLOWS, WIT ITB
otlffr yrqietlee of POTA
TOES, from New Tart State. • •
Alto, slot of chelm APPLES.cdt difforent Mar,
BAi(iEs 'UK SAL .100
feet„ tong, 10744. t Vde, 0~5 A,,t0.1.3400. t asp 111
10 041. "P 1 ' ITIV,SCMILTOI; airman.;
De al MN t , Inform roe tb.el he
lIAS NOT RAISED TILE
lint colic them at the iiitt price
FIFE CENTS A COPY
30 Cents per Dosen
53 no on. gra.
Fire arose, or more, t 2 75 per gra*
Ten gross, or more, 152 DO per grow.
eIN•Ask for MINT'S PITTSBURGH /I,3IAIaC
if you went the best,,aud take no others.
'elled poet-pall on receipt of two red steppe.
loldneom all onion to
J011:3 P. HUNT, Publisher,
Masonic that riftb Ntreet.
A free , ' morph of
Cape and Sack Overcoats,
CHIN CHIL LA&
PI LOTS, .nd
Garibaldi and Cutaway Suits,
Ara • full •••ortmrw[ of sults of •ll kiwi., for
30Y8 AND TOCTIiii
BALMORAL AHD HOOP SHIRTS ; ' Other ls.-.......:aj....,,,
F,r sale by ail respectable Druggifte.
111110 N JOILN:4TOIS, Genernl Apeot,
Gr. of Smithticla awl Fan-:h Sts., Pittsburgh.
noliAtr.r, w 7 _ _
i IN pl.ili . V.
Balmoral and Woolen Hosiery
HOODS AND NrUIASI
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters ;
bCIIOI , I I LA,
those, Cuter:wane Db
.., tTelpebis, BMle,Pirn
pie.. on tbo rape, Sore Ryes, Scald
Read, Tester Affections, Old and
Stunt...in Ulcers, Rheumatic Disorders.
Dyspepsia Cketieriess, Jandlcc, Salt. Rheum
`, %erenrial Di 54.1. " .... General Debility, Lieer Cana
-1 plaint, Loss of Appetit ,. Lew Spirits, Vont Stomach.
Female CompLainta together with all other dis
ordere from on improper condition of the
• colinetion of nearly fifty of the fr....j%est, e pieiesi cirrelotory system. Asa - : :,oral ron ie.
its effects sre most benignant, and
eannot foil to benefit, when
s, I...wearingly and se.
cording to directions.
M'CLELLAND'S AUCTION HOUSE,
US FirTu ErrnitaT
.1 mint ronassag
Bongs, Trios, Quartette and Choruses
Irma pcibllshe.lls ;trot should be In every loyal
home, to every ❑ntoo League; and eroand every
may gre,-I.r It will help the right. while It aroloca,
BT ORO. V. ROOT
Oopk. olaflod oo reuipt of &Scents.
Cs&B. C. !CELLOS.,
81 WOOD STUK
RECEIVED.—'Phu r. Exont and
tJ Wood o.ork of
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
Ever brought to dila city, mob ee
EXT.. WHITE POND LILLY.
JAOWES . SILT. OS PATCHOULI.
I. DAMS'S .1005CP.4 CLUB.
Z. BAUM'S JOCKEY CLUB SOAP.
MOSS ROSE SOAP. SOAP.
And the laws Ali msn of
COMBS. 11AULIBB= TOPItBRIAISS,itc.
A One let of LIQUORS, mob as BRANDY and
WINES, of fill descriptions, for fixedly we.
YOU BALT AT
I. IL 117LTOWS DRUG STORE,
tics. 67 ARD 03 TUTU STRELT,
cio2l wood door Wale the Poet Office.
GRIPER—We can furnish, of the
The following cb.k. kin"
TO SALON, I,27TrA,
KNOX, 1 0. 2 i }lra , &tract
A LBA RosA CREAM I
A new antl beautiful preparation br
Chapped naiads, toe and Beinigh EnOn
Mord by cold or randy ..sitar
Propazed and for Ws ar
GEOUGE A. KELLY'S CEPTIIAL DIIIM STORE,
CHEAPER THAN EVER
BOOTS AND 6110E1
3. B. MSAN4ITt.
AC 1?Vllolesale Prices.
We nes now eleator out our lary,e and tdl selecbod
stack of BOOTS ATM tIIIOICB - at wbolenate poioen,
and will continue to do we tbe Prat of Neftm
boo. Tiososs needbog BOOTS AND SHOES will get
bart,entuo by nalliug, thin week at
Doll la RASHLY STRICT, td door f rem 4th .
QA SAGE 'MEAT,
vo PIGS FREI%/0.., for ago
• -'0111.8:7... CaIIWELL,
IlrawElub,et It b.
QUGAB 4AIRED Al $12.-A5 tee; EnriCii
00001 (limit alkali lieseed4 . 4itrapit s! At
No ILI Second street 4
Industrial 33xposition, Paris, 1861,
Iu compaltiou aillb all lbulerstliog Sawing Machine ,
in Europe and America, I:attria
..itra Agricultural Amauciation ltletrotiolitaa 11,
c ire I.catltota.
Pbll,deiph!..; ; Ati.oclation, Bontot ;
Aroartea.n in,titute, )t' Sark; Ilaryland Imititata,
, Aeriet Lit ion. t'it.,-iunat ;
lurtituir, L.01.1T ; Ingli
tuts, Vraai isea; nail at every State and
1 County Fair where Exhibited this
1 , Season
Li WAILDS OF
125,000 OF THESE NACHISES
ITAVE A.LREADT BEEN' SOLD,
A foct which oloosko louacr Mtn words of tic
•pd ' ' vii
SOS k h—thc thooper.t
lIECIIIPE Tlll I;E3T
EVERT MACHINE WARRANTED FOR THREE lEVRS
%m 111,) rt'1...../F1,41
IHTCO-colorf, containlug an vaid.kustivo of
tow-Linn, with tootichonitile from letlien of th• high
social standing, given on ,Lw,rliratlon, ..Ithtt
porwn or by mall.
W3L SUMNER & CO.,
A soots for the Western Store and 3.Tattent ?a
Principal Olin and Wholesale Inapvrmais
No. 97 Fifth Street ....... PA
Pike's Opera House
NO MORE GRAY lIAIR.
LIIXLILIANT HAIR BT 0S11:0
IRLECJ U _NT CIU.,
Tor reeturlog and b.,auttrying the lb&
This is an article but reorntly intro
knowed inby tto thho
country, but has long been favorably n
nobility of Trance es their only effectual 11 Ail/
SESTOBBAL It is complete within itself, no Mho:
' dressing or accompaniment of any Stint being mom-
Nary to secure the attainment of the talon -Jog dent
rable results, other than adoa compliance with tau ,
L It MU, in nature. owe manner, restore Ores Flair
to its 0ri664.1 color.
2. It tall mate it prowm Bold Hari ,
S. ft :rill ...tore Mt jrntveral Serrnenis.
4. I. inll roe. -re the Possbotif anti licking.
:f wit/ maks the Heir froft ond unless.
6. It tr.:l
em ! the Orgtinca Color to Old Apr.
It seal ;mem! the Hair/rem Falling Qtf.
S. If telli
Diemen of Po Scalp.
I It 'a: uot a Dye ; contaim a. 11 Itnkto of filiVer, Or any
'-`--:.- !a-red:cut injurious to ether Skin or Ilia.
For rh• cur. or rC.I rr.l.ossos artAin; from Ni imp.
J. IL FULTON'S DRUG STORE
\STITI T lON NV A.TEit 1
And the only known remedy for Dlabotle and Db.
eases of the lilldnoye and Madder.
cuNTsrruTioN Nir.ll.7At is without doubt
°eV known remedy fur DIABETES, ,4 se e 1.
much confidence that It Is a speede as we have they
opium trill product sleep, and truthfully say a..e a
has cured every cane which it has been used—
Stone A n the Bladder, 01,Aletilus. Grnrel,
`tand Mcous uor Eli Dry Di.harsee after trio
-LA Putted states Tax System.
Mille Pontine! Economy, 2 vole.
Tharkeray's noundabont Paper.; illustrated.
Memory of the Mons War of 18kE-3 ; illustraood.
1k Marvel's New Work—lfy Farm at Edgw
The neadehlp of Christ, by Itugh Miller.
Heaven our Home.
Biro.= and Battle-Field, by Capt. Noyee.
/lower, Trait it Thorn rieocs, by Jean Paul, 2 rls.
Titan, " elk.
T e am,
or the Doctrine otEdueation, "
Bayard Taylor's New Work—Bennett Thurston.
\ Broken Coltunna—at new nova of great power.
Peter Curradlne, by Caroline Chcre.l.ro,„
Arthur Hellion's Literary Remains.
Zehokke's "Meditations on CO., sale by KAY P. CO 65 Wood stirs! :
1V110;13100D i HOW LORTTI°I4I7
.0.1. =STOKED I—Jut publiehr4 in • 1.+ 1,4 KO
.relops. .Prim Ste Cad a. A Lecture cm Om Nature,
Treatment and Itedleal Curs a. flparmatarrbre or
Se nay Weaknow, Involuntary Ernimicam, &nd
Debility, and Impedimenta to Merriage generally
Nervotterows, Consumption, 'ffpfterty and Fits; Men.
tiff and Physical Incapacity, resulting tram Self-
Armee, Ac., by Berm J. Oversews' s, IL D., author
of t h e "Green Book. L. “A Boon to Thmtiormle of
Sufferers," sent under seal, M a plain envelopolOo
aldress, poet-paid, on receipt of ak oenta - or two
postage stamps, by DR. CILKLINE ,
127 Bowery, New Tart, Post Offlos Box 45841.
selfissmdawir - is
71 , X DELL
Corner Ottla ma Taloa Straei,
ID litutat Home.ittleatry
tl l wll
J. - .‘l. -111-11cn-I•I.ELD•s.
itrN%hl ;or !I 7:4
FNil.Tttb.; ?r , cheap
4 . 1. 0 AK. 1
CLUAtI I TIIS
SATINETSFt:r'ILi sr JEANS
CANTON FLAN - SILL. ~4.9
Su. KF.r. FLANNEL
A full ol NENV Go •rld
ELYET 11113130 NS
Seasonable Glees and Hosiery,
Top,. BALE AT
The greet 'Comedy ter
J. M. FULTON, DiCCGOLST,
Nos. 67 & 69 =TIE erarst
BCCOIId door b.Io. tn.
Qussrsamaarta's Omca, , • I
Come G end Eta &nasal,
Washington, D. C., Not. leth,lBG2.
WILL BE BOLD AT PUBLIC A C-
T T TION. at the fdaartonsusstees 'Warehouse, on
the scare between E sod IF and 21st and =4.1 streets,
Washington, D. C., on -WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2d,
large tot of QIIABIZIEKABTIIIII STORES, con
demned as unfit for public service, cousisting in part
of Scrap Iron ankLeather, fiesidles, Diddles, pens ef
Damao and Wagons, Tents, Tools and Implements.
Torso cash, in GOTamm.za. Funds.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock*. as.
A. Q. Id.. 11. S.
p;TES AND EAR
infs fntAlculitr attention to the treatment -of
DISUSES. Oa EYE and lAD; operates
OATAILACT, SWINT EYES, for ADDLEICIAL.'
PUPIL, town, ATIFICIAL' EYES. and treats all
ThrLAXELA.TOIVI EYES; Woo MILD lIDABINO,
and en aliening affecting the Tor and loading Do
FALL — TOOIM t - -
MATING 011,—Wo are DONT NEW GOODS I.
Lselling s Sr, "NITTA Olt"egttal to. No. 2
Lard Oil SJ hl Vlach 1111 1111111nt nit - att. remiss:l
dull nor gum, Iceptirely fens *ma sand. AsEi wit isc;
UP. DALVIMI. it BON, 1114
torso CO . n. 70 Witor street.. .
So. 140 maa. srszif. - izictok*. 1-
ERE .FOR RENT ON MARKET
snargr.-,ThovloSun Iron Sitiat;. No. 65 0 , 1 vr , +-rs
totsiost;sioxt.iloor to N. licamegit OM. eC-
, alvaoo on hand and foraidlavaem . " —
MittrArl nr-4.4 linuar lai next • t.
JO WAY, Jr., retail, at Nos. and '23 Bt. Clair swot
noltAlitia bovitklorino P. O. not J. a B.R/JSZP•
FINN FroCE ~F
Gimpes and Trimmings,
Of evcry oyis. and to suit *verybotly
001 K FOR LITTLE AND BIG
SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS
Itt,rdwa., and .11 who buy to sell again, sire In
vited to give as u call, as we °Pr strong, inducements
[moo a large and well selkted stock.
MAC UM & GLYDE,
7,3 MARKET ~TRYST.
11 ._ n .„ Yaarth and Di.me.ad
BARKER & CO.'S,
59 MARKET STREET
Gent's and Boys' Wear,
A. IC,.M.CYV..• S Li. LILTS
GREATEST B4REAIRS OFFERER THIS SEASO3
DUN'T 131:1111:TOICE BSETNG TS£BE•
N E )01)8.—W p pave nOWILI !tore
• oompleta stock of
FALL AND WOMB GOODS,
...at of which were purchased before the late ad
Tames in pricer, and will be sold at low rates.
CLOAK OUNAMOTS,GUTPUB.E LAO BRAID
AND BINDINGS, LACE COLLARS, I.XNEN
COLLARS LI BILEAKV
II AST SETTS, in now
styles; NEN ANDEIaMiIIENS old
good. at old pritso; SILT it CASH
MERE NE.:E. SCARFS, RIM
BONS, FLOWEItS, YEATIIERS
MISCUES; TELT BATS, BEAVEB
RATS, SLLK BATS; HEAD-DItESSII3 A
VgftIaNEITIA Till?, STATING 1 8 1 51, HOODS,
ZODAVE JACKETS, BBEAKV‘ST rAI'ES,
SONTAGS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, ettUrel,
now atylcs ; SLY, QUAKER, and other
now HOOP SKIRTS, FRENCH & •
ALTER MOAN COM= t . BAL.
MOB.AL STOCKINGS, Boston E2s
hod, Shaker, Raft, and other Wads, err
tall and wintor; GLOVES. In or ella =I
quality; good pairs KID GLOVES, in VID
dark Cob ,
ore and pban black, for SI CO; peed
GLOVES, for $l. 00; Men', bIIZTLANDh , s WOOL
SHIRTS AID DRAWEES, real Scotcad .
IL Sall One of other tudemiPite 4.nd
FILIIALLIIILS GILOILIL, Inc en r, Women
ear Wholeulo Booms op stair..
Sayers from country. sow city dtalere, svIII Be
our sleek st all sloes wrii assorted, Wad vices as low
re any Other
JOSEPII HOENE & C 0...
- 77 Lt 79 MARKET IMMO.
GENT'S LINEN CUFFS.
TV.IBT RV, gIVED,
CENT LINEN CUFFS.
EATON, NEACItUNI & CO.,
•314. ce. 17 AND 19 SIITO STILtO.
BATON, HAMM &
Nai.l7 ASD 19 ill= =ZIT, Prrnotimai. Pan
Atkinson's Steel Oollaxs
Momstied Whits, haring the appearance and c
Hof Linen. So military new add travelers , Darf
IMAM. FBI= Or MEL =Loa AID MIMS
Gees Btandbarr Oatiara-------41 CO sob.
Toracreer ----.--- 100 "
Cara . 160 per parr.
Lake' Darrow COaach.
Cara-1 60 per par.
2ent eed as receipt all 16.
Wiwi re-enamelled for 25 tent . or WO
a:change a NEW COLLAR-for an OLD 0190,tro•
*ling tt fa Dot broke or bent, far 25 eenti. -
The trade r61. - ptini at the Near 1erk.6.043 peter
Par price Est address
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