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_MnrIiDAY BIO=NO=IpEO. 12,1863
MY AND SUBURBAN
Bemis =lieu people have: been inquiring
*hat "-Nepotism " weans, as it bee furnished
a local contemporary with a subject for a
whole series of editorial. articles. " Napes "
is Latin, wo believe, for, "otpheto "—but the
plain English of the matter is, that in Wash
ington, and Harrisburg, and each places, they
wilco a difference between -nephews and other
tteopfe; nay, it is strongly as&sirted, that they
do not always promptly recognize the preten
sions of the most portly and , :pomports place
hunters—net oven of those wise have an " or
gan " at borne, tunnd and pl&Yed by " gifted
minds "—when those preten4ons would inter
fere with their natural alfection for their
nephews, nonce the wry faces, hence the tears,
hence the groans, hence &lip joremiades, of
our friends with the gifted Minds, alto tune
and play the Cluuleal Orgeni;down street. in
a word, "Nepos," the lanky dog, though he
may have neither a • Cost!irrti Organ nor a
"Fitted tabu!" to - play it, goos to Washington
• and gets an Arent:trimsr, *bile the " Non-
Hopes "—though haring n Camino/ Ocyen
and a "gifted mind" to play% goes to Wash
ington oak alas! only gota o bIBATPOIXT
Quota of the 23d :District.
The whole number of men' allotted to the
23d district. composed of that part of Alle
gheny county lying north and west of the
rlveri,together with : the Co:antics of Ba i ler
and Armstrong, is 1,373. `. Tin ntanher as
signed to each sub-district bas n)t yet been
officially announced. Tied following proxi
mate estimate is based upon the number en
rolled in each sub-district b the first cabs
from which alone the dra# will be made.
These are'the nett numbers l , - and do hot em
brace the customary fiftycent. allowed
for exemption after the *et, neither have
theyany reference to the Insult of the last
draft. Some modificationvniay, therefore, bo
made, but probably they'will bo found very
nearly correct, and to most snows altogether
The elm...umber of voitua tecis made up by
any sub-district will asompt It from the draft.
Insoma of the sub-districts ineaturcs aro on
foot to supply their quotas. Credit will be
glean for any number however small.
The preliminary examination now In pro
gress, in cases of "alionage, non-residence,
unsuitableness of ago, and manifest perma
nent physical disability," Will reduce the
number of names from which these quotas
are to be drawn very considerably, and in
crease in the same proportion the chances
of being drafted.
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UL. -...0(5: 128
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2%1818818y tp • 1877.110 15
Frantlizi tp ..... 87 17
118.7.4188. tp-.... 57 8
Pine tp ......
Buffalo tp 31 12
Clinton tp 33 01
Adams Cp.-- . .. - 39 10'
Cranberry tp 73 10
Jeckeou A liorto l 3' 111 13
roraard tp 32 E
JellarsoertF-....-- 72 101
Winfield tp ..... 10
Ileurll.lll tp...--- 55
summit t..... 7
Butler tp:......_.... 53 E
Butler troro-__.lo) 13
Constoquenelnlnn. Ed 13
810427 creek tp... 35 91
A. rostroug musty.
flood tp...al 32
Sugar Creek tp....
Washington tp 07 9
Franklin tp ...--327 73
South Ituttalo.—.. 77 11
Freeport horti-.-.43 1 12
Leechborg 31 4
Apollo tem' 6o 3
Wow the Seidel;ley It
Captain ..tray, of. Company G., (Sewickley
Rifles) 28th Pennsylvania Regiment, writes to
his isister from Chattazeiga, under date of
December 2d, and gives in interesting de
aniption of the "octet enge'genients in that vi
cinity. We :ero permitted to make the fol
lowing extracts In referente to the action on
Taylor's Ridge, near Ringgold
The fight was a very severe one, ns the en
emy harl.tho advantage ef a high and steep
hill, covered with underbriish. Ilut they were
routed and driven over the top of the hill—
not, however, without severe loss on oar part.
The 28th Regiment lost' thirtiAlve killed and
wounded. Company (Host five wounded—
Corporals Grady and Angent, Robert Herr,
Rhodes and Weir. Grady" was the most dan
gerously injured, having ,bcori shot through
the loft side. Ile was still living, however,
and it was thought that:With good care ho
would recover. Ile was in good spirits.
Slngent's wound was not dangerous, bet very
painful—a spent ball having: buried liaelt in
tbo right shoulder. It was still in the wound,
and would have to bo cut out. Herr was
wounded in the right tog, below tho knee—
but it was only a flesh wound, as the hall pass
ed through withoUt tonehing the bone. Ito
will seartely be fit foe service again daring
his term of enlistment, at ha bas only eeveo
months to serve. WAs .is
and was wounded in thet right leg above the
knee—avery bad, but net b dangerous wound.
Ali the wounded men baited most gallantly,
and when Harr was shot , ho would not allow
any one to leave thertelil with him until the
fight lru over.
P. B.—We have already announced the
death of Corporal Grady, and the reported
death of Rhoda's, but wo hope that both state
ments are unfounded. -.4
J. G. Holland!' Lecture.
In the long list of Oretient names, an
tomcod by the Librari 4sthoiation for their
ionise of lectures this Winter, we are sure
there trill bo none more Warmly greeted than
than that of the Author a "totters to Young
People end "Bitter Sweet...
We haot oven now, many pleasant remom
broncos of nitoomb's".feetard on “Fashion,"
delivered in this city brit January, and we
ore confident his locturo the "National
Heart" will not disappoint In. Holland is
one of the American authors' who has com
manded the attention 011orees of Once litera
ture throughout the world. Ms last book—
”Lottors to the Jouesell'hos already mode a
Me hada= on fdlinday tuning at Leroy° tto
Ntw Catins, DXC. 111 5 1 1 363.—Editon Go
tette : At s•mootiog :or . tho citizens of this
County on the 7th init4. for the PorPoto of
offerings bounty for volunteers, so as to pre
vent n draft, the COunty' Commissioners
crerci ordered to tory a tai sufnelent to pay n
bounty to now reemip; of $25 0..- ead to Wa
rgo, $.300--which we think will Allow quota.
Bearer County has done pW Sarno.
' •, , ' Linessen.
Tniuras,-To-night Uri IL E. J. Miles
wakes hie. tart appearance' In two capital
- dramas—J!..lleme, - the Sauter," and ikJaek
bSheppard Ijorarbeirdi.'!, !lie will be assisted
hrhis welthrsined holier eitdtho entire stock
company:::llls next engagement Is at the
elleward," Boehm. ,Ire treat our brethren
of the press will extend tolkhn the right hand
_of felk.erstdp, IS he 11 . 64i4 . ervizig artiste, And
worthy of nears.' '.
. ... ._ -.
i Hsu' Boni, ,Ic;--All the New Books, Mag.
~w ines Ana. NeWspepies Of the week, and on
the Dims Newels and - Dldici Song Books an
'i be bidet Brink Casi's Noll' Depot, Clitantelo
f:.A Liii.c.,.14,;:tc.61. than fine
....ancl.- . :- -,.. - r ... -ionna . prices: •
1 .4.00 r cannmenti.? oo4 , , H" - ''' le e b. " o ..''''_ wocting,oo7
" II: gory Sosircudnn,
&turn; and Drawer*, 0 , , , ...
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Qkleas klett.—By 'rah, R+ h, An thor of "Na
ll:tails,' "Adele," ex., etc. Time rolnenes in ono.
Now York: D. Appleton & Co. Pltteborzh: for
oto by U. S. Davie, 73 Wood attest. tiT.pp.
A delightful story of English life—perhaps
as probable, or possible, as may consist with
the my:Moments of the art of • story teller
like Bliss Kavanagh, who naturally works out
striking situations and strong effects, upon
almost any given field of action, for which
her imagination creates the characters• Who
ever will open ...MO" will not willingly close
it for many an bent., we venture to predict on
the strength of a certain faculty of ours, which
never fails to give accurately the proginori. of
an attack of novel-reading under such (mom-
le circumstances as exist in this case.
one.. LAXT Treat AT Sr. 3i•V.T . S. IV the Author
of nothelge," "The Sothertatele, - Frank
Weertlytton," etc. New York Carleton. Pitt,-
btirgh Ilmer7 Slitter. Filth Street, (enxt awl to
the l'wt omen.) =lop. 12mo.
This exquisitely touching and beautiful
story was published about three or four years
ago, and, as it well deserved, received the
warmest praises from the ;press and the pub
lic. It is now re-published uniform with the
other works of its author, the names of which
are already "familiar as household words"
to most readers. The scone of " Loulo's Last
Term " is laid at St. hlary's Hall, Burling
ton, Now Jersey, daring the lifetime of its
founder, Bishop Doane. • But what it depicts
of life and character may be verified and run-
TIT Taxmen Boy, and How le Became Command
er-a-Chief. By Uncle Javierll. Edit., by Wil
liam Thayer, Milli, of The Flonorr Coy, - or.
Medea Walker, Wier awl Co. : for
This is a life of General Washington, writ
ten for boys, and written in such a manner ea
to excite the interest and to satisfy the some
what exacting and peculiar requirements of
that elms of readers. " Uncle Juvinell" toils
the story of the " Farmer Boy " to a number
of youngsters assembled during the long eve
nings of some past holiday season, around the
cheerful fireside of some pleasant Kentucky
home—the exact whereabouts of which, per
haps the more curious of our readers, after
they shall have made acquaintonce on our re
commendation `with Uncle Juvicell's story,
and hit little nephews and nciocs who heard
It, may wish to find out ; but we can only
hint that, in much case, a certain Mr. Morri
son heady, of Elk Creek, Spencer county, -- in
that State, could probably giva the desired
information. The book satisfactorily tetras
the design of its author, which was to '• set
forth, in a manner more calculated to attract
and impress the youthful mind than hos per
haps bean heretofore) attempted, the life and
character of our good and great licoiga
Out. ItSCOSID Or T. SPlrs, SVVOGGYIS, ♦sn RLI.E
Ell 1.1•21. IN Tr, SI.ACE. IMIob• Selectious fool
the i" Annals of the Army of the Csamborland.'
By o Officer. Philadelphia .1. B. Lippincott an.
Co. Pittsburgh for sale by 'Kay sod C... AA
'Wood .treat. =pp.
We noticed come wake ago the beautiful
and interesting volume from which these
selections have been made, and will say that
this pamphlet—Of we may call a solid oc
tavo volume of over 100 pages by that :none,
because it happens to be to a paper cover and
sold for a dollarHeentains a multitude of the
atailoble good things in the larger volume;
just such things os one's memory makes tempo -
rary deposits of, in the Sociable Bank—stories
of adventure, biographic sketches, anecdotes,
etc, cite. Many of these would long era this
have done service in our columns, but for the
daily pressure which we have experienced for
Tam Dars or SILOODS. A NOVEL or roe
GRIAT BKIILL.L.IOX is 18.61.—This new story
by Drury Morton!, author of "Shoulder
Straps," has, since its announcement, excited
quite a furor of expectation—which of course
its very title was sufficient to do, without the
additional stimulus of shrewd hints from the
Aicr - dt - r - ar;;;trr: -
'Richland 51 B
'Wanton GG 0
Staler ......... 190 27
Rearm tp .. . ... 40
Dud nano born 170 21
Indiana tp lra
Nati:Mcer .... 61 9
Tarantula taro._ :v.'
Fanh a Ilirrlson..l4 l ; 19
knowing ones that a rod was In pickle which
would make some people smart. Well, here
at length Is the book, from tho press of Messrs.
Peterson Br4thers, of 'Philadelphia, pre
sented to us in a vary readable duodecimo
form, in paper covers at sl,oo—a stout vol
ume of 478 pages, with a portrait on steel ..f
the author. Th. Philadelphia‘Esywirer spool,
of it as follows : Wo have no hesitatton in
Canty° tp .4 3
0.2.10.4 tp 71 10
'ltotte-al CC 9
Fair3laar tp...- . .... 71 10
t d tp ...... -... 77 8
Clay p 70 Il
Brady tp. ...... ..._. 43 I
i Waith tp.......„ 73 II
ISlippyryrock (21 to
Mercy tp 78 8
Watitiagton tp..._ 78 11
Pallier tr. 87 P 2
adlezi,tatty tp. ....... 77 8
Vltcang 3 . IPCI 8
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Israccar tp. ...... _. .Tt 7
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saying that the sensation likely to he created
by this work will be a decided one.. It will
be remembered that the previous novel of tho
same series, "Shoulder Straps," handled
without gloves the gentry in blue and brass
who walk the streets of our northern cities,
without using the opportunities to further the
great national cause, while it also involved a
story interest of the most absorbing charm •
tor. The new volume deals blows of the same
farce arthe whide brood of "shoddy contrac
tors" and other governmental swindlers, and
at the great mass of official ineapables oh
hare so Paralysed and perplexed the "War
for the Union . " The story lying at the bot
tom of this is so strange, es almost to deserve
the phrase wiarfling, and vro are only prevented
giving a peep at it by unwillingness to fore
stall what is-likely to be a general plea.re.
—For sale in Pittsburgh by John P. Jinni,
Masonienall, Si Fifth street, Henry Miner,
next door to the Postoffire, and by W. A. Gil
dentenny, 45 Fifth street.
Anlilroup • •voutv.
Buni , ll t.....„
lquittr,k..... ..... 171 91
lintariol94 1 1 , 94 73
)lass9rtp 141 12
Klll44ming buto'..lb9 9 17
Pitm , ,tp.
Bladison'tp .... ...... 79 11
BlidttmlOtt tP-. 97 33
tte4l:ll49k 1p 127 17
Wtsysto tp.............101 14
Conionlututtoct tpl:9l 19
On Thursday night, some thief entered a
stable located on an alloy, between Beaver
and Market Streets, Manchester, in the roar
of Pe'bush's tavern, and stole two •hor
ses belonging to Messrs. Gloss and Murdock,
sand dealers. The halters with which the
hones lied been tied were cut, and the ani
mals spirited away. One of them was a large
brown, and blind of an eye. Tho other was
a large bay. and both were ordinary draft.
horses. A liberal reward will he paid for any
information leading to the recovery of the
MUSICAL TYPROVEYEST.—WO trait that our
readers will not forgot the rare opportunity
for musical improvement, offered by the pro
sonce hero and instructions of Prof. John
Zundcl, Musical Director and Organist at
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. We
should like and hope to too the entire
musical talent marshal Wider the banner of
tho veteran composer, and got up such a con
cert of grand oratorio music as will stir up
and gladden the hearts of all that have a soul
for music. Mr. %andel, we (care, will be et
his rooms, No. SZ St. Clair street (Curry's Nor
mal Institute) from throe to six o'clock, p. m.,
and from seven to ten o'clock, p m., 'there
those wishing to perfect themselves in music
can meet him.
ROWDYISM 13 ALL6OIIIOY.—On Thursday
night, two men named Hodle and Shoenbarg
er attacked the beer hail of Mra.Fratich, on
Liberty street, in the Fourth Ward, Allegho
ny, and kicked a hole to the door largo enough
to let a pig through. The only reason for so
doing tray because rho would not lot them in
to got a:drictic. Officers Woods and Bailey ar
rested tlO rowdies and locked them up for o
hearing. Mn. F. appeared on Friday and
had a conversation with them in German, and
declined to prosecute, after which they were
discharged. They no doubt agreed to make
Teo Now Yottsc Wasabtas.—Full supplies of
these popuLsx journals regularly received by
elrtirs 1 7. VitstOlreso on publi cat ion,
Depot, Fifth street, opposite the Poet-effice.
Call for copies of this week's Independent and
Sunday Nitrated, and next week's Illustrated
Hewn, Efarper's Weekly, Frank Leslie. Blue
treed Newspaper, eto.
Vounrratus Artarnos I—For the derange
ments of the system incidental to the change
of diet, Wounds, Eruptions, and exposures
which every Volunteer is liable to, there are
no remedies so safe, convenient, and reliable
u Ilolloways Pills and Ointment, 25 , cents
Javretar, 2.1.' Roberta,
N 0.17 Fifth street, is now opening the most
choice stock of tine Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, Silver ware and Fancy Goods ever
displayed in this city, and is railing tbem at
remarkably low prime.
DMAL learrrurn, No. 251 Penn street, Ls
the place where yen nen get the best. cheap
dentistry In the city. Don't forget the place,
No. 251 Penn street, near Ilancock.
Denrwst.en complete Direct and :Excise
Tax System. or sale at Plasma's, opposite
DIAOLOiII of tho Battlo-Fiohl of Gott's
burg, to be had at Pittock's, oppoeito Pox
GIUND opening of Ladies' Fare, this morn
ing, at J. Finch's, corner of Grant and Fifth
Lxnl►s' and Mises' Wool and ,Morin
Hosioty, at Meelolland'a Auction lions°.
00173' Boys' and Childscres_CalrkFlp nolk
Our Book Table.
Limozirr.. - -A Germs' named Wm. Mueller,
residing in Pitt township, was yesterday w
rested on a cbargo of steeling goods from the
trimming store of Deem. Eaton, Discreto
Co., where he was employed as a packer or
laborer. About thirty dollars' worth of the
stolen goods were found at his home. Hewes
committed to Jail by Alderman Donaldson.
Ax OFFICER Hr Tin ARYTWSLITZS : "At In
spection I noticed that a large proportion of
the men's knapsacks contained a box of
Troches, being generally used by them for
colds, etc." " Llreirn't Bronchial Trochee'
should bo in every soldier's knapsack or pock
et, to be used up on the Drat appearance of a
avid or cough.
VIOLATION O OLIDINLISCIL-4. B. Wallace
and George W. Richardson, countrymen, were
yesterday fined by Mayor Sawyer, for driving
over the side-walks. Robert Campbell was
fined for selling beef without having it
weighed on the city scales.
Brascalsc.—Subseriptions taken for any of
tho Bingtisines or Papers, at lowest prices, at
Frank Case's News Depot, 70 Fifth street.
DELL—NICIIOLSON.--Ou Thursday craning,
D. loth, by Der. Jam. lUDs, at the raddenco of
the bride's father, it,,. !itch:liven, Tani., ?Jr. WM.
BELL, of Peleeki county, 111., and KM EMMA
NICIIDLSON, of thb city.
WALLACE—MALION.—On Tharsilsy osening
The. 10th, 1S 1, by tho Iles. W. D. Ilossurd, D. IL,
11. P. WALLACE and EMMA IitALIODI, all of this
Mty. No cards.
LEIIII/111.—On Thursday ovening, Dec. 10111, at
10 o'clock, JOHN, eon of John and Susan Lehman,
agol t years, 11 months and 10 day,
The funeral will take place on SATURDAY AXITAL
ADOK, all o'clock, from the ;voidance of 1110 parents,
Franklin alley, Allegheny City. The friends of
family nre reepectrtilly invited to attend.
ZUG.—On Wodneeday morning, Deorin ►t
OokLind, I:LIZA, wife of Chrittopher Zug, in the
53.1 year of her ago.
a 10 o'clock, from the rraidertce of her bustarld, iu
Ooklsod. Carriages trill leave coruer of Seventh and
Smithfield streets at 9 o'clock. St
pficlT&G. RAP ALBUMS I
PHOTOGRAPH ALBIIHS I
aforocno, holding .73 Picture., $1 b 3 and orrazda.
.3100.00, balding 30 Plcturcs, In thwad upwards.
II o ma.. , bolding 30 Picture, in 50 ..d .1... d.
Iftereim, holding 80 Pict urea, $3 80 and upwanla
Moro. co, bolding SO Mellow, 13 60 and upward.
bohling O Pletztros,SS &O and urwarai.
AU elyl,n, ft na 50 mate (with gilt edge and clop,)
The BEST place to buy Photograph Albums to at
JOHN P. EIIIITI3,
No. 59 FM h Street, Masonic Ilan
All AlLame Are warraAte.l of the bad [inks AAA
PbotogrAph [Ards hum to cons par doc apirasda.
NO MORE GRAY
LUXURIANT LIAM BY USING
THEC U Y tuNATUR
To rratuting eul beautifying the Oat,
This is an article but trtently introdnowl Into MU
country, but ha+ long boon tavoraLly known by the
nobility of thrlr only el:twin:al HAIR
RESTORER. It Is complete within Itself, no other
Area:nog or arronapantmcnt of any kind being nem.
wry to ware the attainment of the Following dent
raiser Iswolts, ot h er than • ciao compliance with the
I. n oral, la eaves own mosnew, rwlere Ora; Their
to in ma'am/ rolar.
2. n wilt usaLa it grow no Beal Heal.
3. /I will watery Nu Nriteruf Senn:ties.
4. it tral MOM I.Mmlrtif and 100810 g.
a. It ..72 air ]lair Felt ea.l Wavy.
G. It will prows. tie Original Cm.: to OM do.
7. ft wt pristat the liar/rem Failiarp Qt.
b. ft viirrear a 0 jlaaltb itr &alp.
It ie not a Dye ; contains on Nitrate of /Direr, or soy
other bwrreDeet Injurious to either Skin or /Lair.
For sale by all rsrpuctalile Drunlata
bialON JOtINHTON, thmeral Agent,
On. of Sculthflcld and Fourth 84... Pittsburgh.
CORN ICU FIFTH AND mAuKET ST6LLTB •
(11 end nd stud., over Illchardson • • Jamalry nor%)
H CYr ( )4_4 11..A1.1-11S.
of aim and stylo, pl.l or rolOmof. from lbo
popular that. do Punt. to °ebb:A •nd life .to.
PO C.V IA Nck would tarticularly call MG •t
-toutioe of the ACED kNIP LNTIE.SI to the wry or
rooribility of Ott entabilobmont, bolog reached by
slog]. short litttht of stairs. Prices modoral.
fat infaction guaronte..l. torAlyzalabt
H A'rS N D CADS I
Of eveu style
or enrnry kind and q‘ality.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS
HT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT
McCORD & 0028,
r<l7 la WOOD STREET.
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
Oxon Oda and Federal Stmt., 412cgimiry,
GEO. A. KELLY, Plornnyea.
srARKLING SODA - I , 7AT=
CAT MST MIDICLNIZI, to
SlPTONclans . proscriptkons cardally compound
ON El L B trrozi &MAN,
116111.11 , ACTITICEIL5 01' WIRE WORK,
Hare .h .7. on hand and mats to order IRON AND
IJRAdd StMEXII WIRE CLOT r H i ; SIEVES, of .D
cr , fur Wound non HEAVY
• WORK run turows, &..; BIRD ceaxe, on.
X VMENTAL WIRE WORE, for Timm. *A.
•r All .ire. ,f WHIZ for ado, at
tio CO YOURITI STELICT
NO. 1 EXTRA,
In now bright barrola, fur tale by
101.2 w PESZVA SALT ALANI FAC . O CO.
FLOORING B6ARD3 I
Prime Inch Flooring Boards,
11l feet Img, vuiom widths, fbr do by
ECLIOMAIMB k LAI9O
VS Liberty arced.
ECENT SCIENTIFIC PUBLIOA:
Trumn on the Manufacture of Iron.
Supplement to tire'. Dictionary.
Dunne' Edmund of Geology.
Lyell on the Antiquity of Mon.
Brace's Dave of the Old Work*.
Ifill'sßrinelples of Political Economy.
Ansted'e Great Stone Book of Nature. .
Agaselii Studies le Natural Bistou.
'or sale by KAY d CO., an Weed dreg..
NOTICE TO 'I'AX•PAIZEItS (W THE
ty Treasurer baring placed la the edset the un-
dersigned Gm oounty Duplicate fo h r a collection, all
persons who have not eettird the mum are requested
to make hameellato payment and save oketa.
G. S. 11=1301hcbor.
10 bbl.. Dry AKIO .
25 boxes Goshnn ('bee..;
Co bbls. prairie Cbaropsigno Cider;
Di bush. Onions;
Jcist ort.irednad fursale by
/DANK VAN GOIIDEII,
de6l 126 Second utreet
rfibilliD WARD UNPAID WATER
ItZDTS, OrTT,POOR AND imamno TAX
ES, (or 164Z1, ars due and roust Do paid to woods..
Received at City Treasurer. Oflice, Fourth Mort,
daring basin.oo hours, or 06
my resldanco, N 0.1711
Webster street, opposite tha Water Works, from to
m. and 6 it, 7 o'clock P. m.• •
1140 .1. B. NEWNAN, Collator.
In 'Dorcas, flula and Crock..
CHAS. L. CALDWELL,
Market street, master Tint.
, r ti4 6 - pini NNS red Ell.*.tr&'
4Pt 1111. W. elltglA n ir P rkt -r
THE LATEST NEWS
OUR SPEOIAL DEPATOBES.
Epeeist Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gault,.
WASMIGTOX CITY, Deo. filth, 1863
SOLDIERS VOTE DECLARED CONSTITCTIONAL IN
The Supremo Court of lowa has declared the
law allowing soldiers to Tote to be constitu
tional. This disposes of the contested elec
tion cases from that State.
TITS Boors LOUISIANA IigIIIICELS.
The boguo Louisiana members, and the
bogus Louisiana Governor, are all here. Tho
members moan to try their chances before
the Committee of Electiions, and aro making
wonderful professions of Unionism.
The statomont set afloat in some of tho
western papers, that Mr. Welles was about to
bo dismissed, and that Senator Grimes had
boon offered, and had refusod the place, is
simply a canard of the most immense, propor
tions. There is no foundation waterer for
tho story. Like unto it is tho other story,
that Blair was to bo dismisol and Minister
Judd put in his place.
Tho following oMcers were dismissed from
the SGITiCO daring the last week: First. Lieu
tenant Jno. Brooks, First Virginia battery,
for absence without proper authority, and
failing to report at iloadquarters, Military
District of Washington, as ordered. First
Lieutenant Samuel C. Sloan, Thirty-third
Missouri volunteers, with the loss of pay all and
allowances, for absence without the proper
authority. Lieutenant Win. B. Manning,
Twenty-second Wisconsin volunteer, with
tho loss of all pay and allowances, for ran
daring false and fraudulent accounts against
the government. Lieutenant Thos. C. Platt,
Forty-sixth Ohio volunteers, with the loss of
all pay and allowances. for absence without
STalitrEDC AMONG GOVIZNYZNT ROMBIS
A lot of government hones In stables, got
stampeded last night, and numbers of thorn
plunged over the bridges Into the Patomaa.
About a thousand hereto are reported drowned.
They were valued at a hundred and forty-live
dollars a head.
CLEM= XLIIDEZ9 ALLOWED rwers IT Till
Notice was given yesterday by Pendleton,
of a bill looking to an important innovation la
the House, giving Cabinet members places in
the House, and a right to speak un matters
connected with their departments. It would
be a begining, though a romote one, in Eng . -
Ibih mode ofernsponsibility.
A brother of John Brown, now engagod in
the Troasury Department, in a spottett before
the Loyal League the other evening, men
tioned as a significant fact, that the statue of
Freedom was elevated to the dome of the cap
itol on the anniversary of his brother's:execu
Tilt COS3CRIPTION LAW
The probabilities are bolierod to bo that
the changes In the Conscription Law this cos-
Ilion will look rather to raising the commutes
Lion money to a cam equal to the bounties
necessary to bo paid for roluateming, to re
ducing the number of exemptions, end to
throwing the two classes into one, than to any
more radical changes. It is not believoil that
those who have hitherto had charge of our
military legislation are contemplating a com
plete repeal of the three hundred dollar clause,
though it will andonbtedly be casintlally mod
skermriOi; 111 - iOlll4 CAIIoCTSA
Private &deices received here from North
Carolina, intimate that members from that
State in the I;sbelCangress aro expected to
introduce e Dill, providing for secession of
each States as may desire it, from the rebel
confederacy. There are statements that inti•
mations of this kind from various quarters,
had something to do with the president's de•
termination to Issue his amnesty proclan,
A bill is being prepared, which Arnold will
be soon introduced,eztending the ordinance of
1787 over needed Staler, and all the territories
of the Union.
Tho question of the Missouri troubles vas
brought up in the National Loyal League to
day. Resolutions sidieg with the MiPSOLLTI
-2.1111-ROTO adopted, after amendment,,
virtually freed the President from all blame.
CHAIRMAN 01 TO! POST-OTFICI COMAIIITLL
Mr. Alloy, of Massachnrotts,
eneesoil Mr. Cogan se Chairman of the Poet
IRJUTT WITH TIC CT! 17011%!
Gov. Evans, of Colorado. is hero, asking lo
have kis treaty with the Mc Indians, by
which they cede ail the mineral lands in the
ADIILISIOR OP COLORADO
The ratified effort to have Colorado admit •
ted as a Slate, which failed last session, to
bo renewed this winter. The territory boa
now about the game population as California
had when she was admitted.
Judge ,Kellogg, of the U. S. Court of Ne
braclua Territory, and GoT. Yale, is hero on
business connectod with tho main line of tho
StertirtlllY.'l 3 cq..sce lIILTORT.
Secretary Chase's report attracts universal
attention and comment. Its eingular ability
is praised on all hands, and no doubt is enter
tained that Its recemmendatiorm will be re
ceived by Congress as law, and almost without
debate. Its general tone being Inancially con
servative no marked effect on the money mar
ket is anticipated. Speculators who have
based their operations on expectations of •
Large inflation are doomed to disappointment.
The commission appointed under a recom
mendation of the Agricultural Department to
investigate the modes of making flax fi bre
available for manufacturo, are holding daily
sessions, and hope to roach valuable results.
Gen. Liellock's report, transmitted to-night
through the associated press, confirms the
statements made publio in the West, concent
ing a sharp dispatch and other sources of tr.
ritatation between &oceans and •tbe War
Department. It Is also remarkable for high
eulogy of Gan. Wade.
WalTa TO OUTTIOTPOOLMISLE.
Jno. Waite, of the Bth Illinois cav
alry, ill ordered to relieve Col. Gamble, of the
same regiment, who has been In charge of
cavalry operations at Chicago, undo, the esr•
MA.. 21. ENGLISH respectfully
arceau the citizens of Pittsburgh, that ho has
been eppointed zol• agent for the sale of MYER& &
& SOIC ORIGINAL GEMENT ANTLCOAROSIVIt
PEN. They ere reconunended by the tamed lumen
In the city, ounces which are
Clow, Smart tb., I Ornate A '
HOOSSIMD A Co.,_ lung Cm Tam Co.,
500, ?MOM ce., And othera.
i.e.', _ _
et eld.r; (Imo Apple.;
ZO Web. Whit* Slang
VDU R4l. Bucklarat Mar;
Jot rualred and MO
L.& DILWOIRTFI I CO.,
0010 Nae.l3o awl 122.1114mtliamt.
taeablLft Iztrsyildtstiabi by
:±~;i:~. ~ .e
,f ^-. ,
Tbari_baa bent ittrauttatill . cbins la tbs Ow it:
this point Ana ants last. report. A easataat taba
an day Nu:staid:ay, and strong hope an nada =W-
Wl:gad of man water. If tba talc i. genaral, aad of
thin Ira Mb* there to Lot 11W. doubt, • rb. b aO
Duelmes. woe olmott ruspeadedat the wharf yet. -
terday, as them WWI WA • stogie boat le port. nntil
the arrival of the What, Ron: from lit. Luula In the
after port of tho day.
The Julia, Cram Zanesville, had not arrived when
we left the wharf, butshe was momentarily expected•
She retunia again to-day, leaving promptly at 4
The Mato 8963 reportelaving loft tint fullottlilg
named boats at nGluat Maw :" Cottage No 2; Lool
Looti; Leo Nueer, and Sturm. It be altogether
probable that the mita, If nut all of thwela. will
get op to the wharf twilay. f
The Cdlda , Fru,* Lloyd, Ida Ihww, and Jennie
Iltibbe, wen, uivertiteil to leave Cincinnati for 1.110.
burgh on Thunday.
- 7ho Dartloy,, Capt. F. Y. Batchelor, and clerk 0.
L. Johnadoo, is ounonucod to leave for BietoptiLl
We non delighted to hear that Ile. Coll Witttorow,
mato .r the Lady Pike, who fell overboardiast Satur
day night, was nut drowned. Ile fell overboard at
Med. Dar, and after swimming ashore, footed It
down to Lawrenceburg, where ho took the railroad,
overtaking the Lady Pike at Evansville. This will
be glorious no , . for his family, In Rochester, who
had good reason to fear that he was drowned.—Cia.
cit.:sari Coto., Dal..
Tbe towboat Liberty Nu. 3, with three sortieus of
tho "Cairo Dry Docks," passed safety over the falls
on the 4th, and when fifteen tulles below Louisville,
at GP. M., Oro was diseovered Issuing from the cabin
or ongino-rooms, of Oro docks, containing a quan
tity of oakum, which was coast...oh together with
the banns and slur. of the mon omployod on the
docks. Tins cntiro engine-room was destroyed, nod
the machinery somewhat inputs], before the fire was
illaJor /n 0.11.1111 1 .6, of the ;nitwit 24 htionewits
Laa ben In the city env.] days, — circolating Inv!,
lentoog hisfrientis. Capt. Intvot, boron , the war, cons
minded the Northern Light, War Eagle, and several
tine steamers on the Upper Mississippi, sod ;tempos..
SOO II twain to trend the decks of a over sod sploodid
Louisville nod Now Orleans steanser.—Nitstrille Pro..
The Blulor Joins 11. Posts oboes &nodal to, Is sn
old Pittsburgh sit-ambito' etsplairt and before going
West, wa behove, resided lo this city.
iii - arros. alUSiu, arc.
....... .. _ ......
MEW TESTI M.ONIALS.-
Tim Mmiml Masters of the East •,,
awaking out I. farm of DECKER'S ti
"After basin examinee/ the Piano Fortes of the
Hearn. DECKER BROS. very carefully, we have
me to the conelmion, and ctieei fully treaty, that
they an Di every resportmperior instruments. Their
time Is pure, rich, brilliant, very distinct, and Ilt an
mtirely mastoid character. Their vrorkmarallip he
of the very best, plainly dommultrating that none but
the vet 7 beat materials are used, end their touch,
evemma and opuility of tone throughout the whole
eompase of the toy boawl, unsurpassed by my other
Plano Porte we hmo yet seen.
S. 11. Mills, Theodore Thomas, William Mason,
Chas. Fradell, Theo. Have, editor of the Nregiral
Berme awl World; Carl Aushutc, Director of the
Grimm Okra; John Zundel, editor Jimmie Pub.
Wor ship; r. L. Ritter, Carl Dilifwelm, Phila."
A choice lot of tie f J alq..ri , imtrimenia just ar-
Dein-. J. M HOFFM AN & BRO.,
doll. Al PIRA Garret.
SiVM ;1(0. have,„
• Just received a now sincit Om
odebruted Seebbeler nti•lio M
ANU There lustrous tots am superior IV any ot
ud Ile sold at low pre,,,. tpo bud, a very
WEATO ItOAEWOOD PIAN, mthwed from
ll= to fan. Violins, Accordevas,Striors, .tc.
15<, IS3 SMITH FIELD STREET
114 - Xll3. W 11 EELI NO, 'MARIN:I%
TA AND ZANEWI l.LE.—Ttio fine .
NAO . agar %lamer E4141A GILA HAM. limn* Ayrnt,
(*.maunder, leases l'itt+bar,h every TV I>tlAY, at
4 p. m., sml Zanesville every Fall/AT, at a o'clock
The no. steamer J Oda, Wns. Com
mander, leaves Pittaburalt avrry SratilinAr, at 1
p. m., and Zanevville elery Y, at It .clerk
co. For freight or spp/i ou I.oard or to
J. P. COL, LING WOOD, Agent,
11. S PI UWE a CO., Aerats,
non Z-saoaville, ULM.
1 4 10 V ME NI I'll IS —The fine k aa
ar IJ.••rl....l+teax.r DAL:LING.
Copt T. T Itarba..r. sill 1,1. a.• Alrow+ 1• TUTS
DA 1(.120s 4 .• el•ock p In.
For Ireigla pasattzn apply otel....artl .1 to
3. P. ou,(ANO*0011,
M 1,7 JoLIN FLACK.
TUN HOAX, CALL.
]t' nvaily any of 11, 0,1..1,
Songs, Trios, Quartetts and Choruses
publish.] ml. Lk.), 11..411d Lr iu every lopl
bum, is rrer,No*, and .nand ovary
[way ars,- fpr it will twit.ll , o r 1,111., It arostgem,
Oopl,ll In af‘e.l on n‘ , lpt of 35 tent,
CHAS. C. NELLOR.
el WOOD STRIVII.
Mcrl'AlWati MA Mild , : WORKS,
A hooollful oto:1 ...Lod amourtmont of
Monuments and Grave Stones.
PLASTiIi PAUL% HOSENDALIC AND JOON&
i sAAC uke i 6,
Ul Yl7l, Err HAW
Keep ronetently on bend Isego an 4 t
Nesenned etaii of DXGKING, BOAT AND=Z
PLANK, WINDOW PRAMS STOP! LINTLYS,
SUB-SILLS, JOISTS, SPOUTING, LA +IIE, PAL
INGS, Ac., An.. kn.
lie rill CII orders for SAWED STUNT with
prorefOneee Sad at fair Wry.
N. D. Perrot. wuttlag LONO TIMDCIt or POP
LAN are partlenlary Invited to ,maralne hl. et.x.k.
81 - 0121te on Craig street, near !Connote:l.
TEETH kaTILACTED WITHOUT
PAIN.—We take this rustlnal of informing our
friends and the entic generally that no are now
17=1;1 toL:XoTnnt,C.7.42Bl TLw 71.1 I ,, T t 7 . o k b , a .. PtlN
postponing this am& draiTed operathrt, may now lay
aside their Awes and en, ne a mil, ea the sp
we ham In nee bee lwrs thoroughly tested d tr Mtis '
past four Tram, folly establishing the sakr. insd pub
isa chanties- a the operation. No Drugs or Cemi
cals am Galvanic flattery surd. All them wishing
the orrricet of a good and rollshis Deutbt will do
well to call and numb with
JANIS N. NINO, D. 0,8.,
No. LW Yoltet, 4trwt,
, Da. 0. K.lllO, No. 47 Ssalebtekt strtot, Pitt.
CITI or ALLIOCIIMT./
Treaeureee Odlne, Dec. 1, lend. f In
AzA LLECIIIENY CITY CONTPROMISE
BONDS WANTLD.—Parties bolding Contpro
role* !nut& of the City of Allegheny, Pa., are hereby
willed that the 'Pinking Food fur legAdwill ho lo
wetted to thou Donee at the Warta rata offered.
Propoesie received until dATUBDAY, the Si day of
By order of the Committee on Tinonee.
&Chi D. MACFEBRON, City Trounrer.
AILOSTAW? troeurcanarreirs uretcs, 1
Comm CI and =I etrecte, ,
• WeeOngten„ D. C.. Nor. 27th, 1803.
NOTICE.—The publig sale of Quarter
maeterf awes, advertised for WEDNESDAY,
the 24 of December, to pootronrd antil WEDNES
DAY, the MA. C. It. TOD PRINS,
dattd Caplan sad A. Q. M. 0. 6. A.
DU iv AIIERNIAN
GLIla on ti n Union bath, Land., and Sight
raw as wary Important town iu Garmany, France,
Switzerland out Gall, tor este in 11.1. to ni t
cf by WM. U. WILLLAMO & CO.,
s rs oldhes . Wood anat. earner or Thtot.
7k 7 r ." 1.5fi11ig 1 3.S ORANUEt4;
tr 23 boars LEMONS;
Jod TeCelTod sod for sale tiy
RISTWEU h BROS.,
a g Hoe. 126 sad 13 Wood Greet.
APPLES -41 barrels Rainbows, BCH
nofila""' n"a •
b 6 ,014,11. COLT4N 9.
% " /Wanr i l ri a . t ;73 ° 4L d41117 l
Day APPLE:4.-50 bushels Bright
Dry Apples for side by
del ,WN. I% BECK & CO
bids now landing
200 t. -------- 1 1 11.BESE, to bo
El,, ° ll
~ ter ;intent. if called for soca
sole • . WEBB . * WILKINSON.
boCKET. ANb TABLE CUTLERY 1 a
. amortokolt .
~y ' •
oat . : , . JAW-W . /MY/N. 134 Wood Moot,
,ARII-200 _tiercesima Is Lenf
a.A.L.alast,owtatbri" - br: - : • •
, ; moll 11:WALLAUC, .153 La Qtly street
VIEW t AtlkEt3"-730A) ~b 1 2141 p
`t.,. Zip, Wrath
DAP' 6100DS, Ito
JOS.4IORNE'S BRINING STORE.
77 and 79 Market St,
To-do? to comarnoo onr Mega. IloUs) Soles o.
Lace Goods, and
Our stock of those Goods la more complete then LL
any former anima. The prices base tern merited
down. We hero also jest opened • choke tot of
Worked Slipper Pasterns, fancy Mono, gags, and
FlllO Oraldmere Scads, suitable fur
Our stock of other . Seasonable Goads le well se
Cloak Ornaments, Bead Climps,_
Velvets and °impure Laces,
Bilk and Felt Hats
Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons,
V 114191.151 ANI) DRAW Ird-LS.
Men's Undershirts and Drawers.
Of tbo best mak.
HEAVY DRIVING GLOVES
93IALL WARES GENERALLY
Wholesale Rooms np etalty. Merchants and di
others who louy to mil twain supplied at limost whole.
JOS. HORNE & CO.,
77 and 79 Market Street
A large and splendid asairtrarnt of Goods (or
Coutfaang, In part, or
Morocco Satchels, Port-Moivudes,
Purses and Wallets
Belts, Belt-Buckles, Jet Breastpins
and Sets, Ear Rings, Shawl aid
Scarf tins, Shell Boxes, In
laid Shell Combs, Head-
dresses, Hair Nets, Hoods.
linbias, Bontags and Comforts.
LADIES' AHD BERT'S SCARPS
!laileac, Imre mad Embroidered Col-
lars, Illem-Eltltched and Embrol.
dered Usudkernhiefa, U
~oinoei; ICo~gony 9mrill ~'Yarei,
At Wholesale and Retail.
Oita no a it 1.4. re purchtaing otaewhate.l.l we
[Pot r.•ufi.L•nt that nut prime will be krutal met)
MACRUM & GLYDE,
TS DIAttRIST STREET,
Fourth and Insnurod etwet
H o! FOS THE HOLIDAYS I
Elegant Lace Collars and Seta ;
Rich Lace Handkerchiefs;
Prussian Laco Veils;
Stuart Plaid Ribbons;
Embroidered Handkerchiefs ;
Hoods, Sontags, Nnbiss;
Blosquitaire Kid Gloves ;
Gents. Kid and Back Gauntlets;
Fine Dress Shirts ;
Linen and Paper Collars;
small wares to an =allow variety, and notions at
EATON, lOACRUM & CO'S,
17 AND 19 FIFTH ST
W . bolo/tole parrhooon .111 dad oar .lock equal to
Amy to the city, whit. our tertol for cuh u+ tiro molt
'Wont/ and tuductng.
I~ItN FAKE FOR CILRISTMA.`t
J. M. BURCHFIELD,
N. E. cor. Fourth and Market Streets,
Ilan on hand rer7 handacano
Goods [or Christmas Presents!
Xcedlo Worked Collars;
Embroidered Liata Cambric Wdk•fsi
Poplins, Empress Cloth i
Oolored sad 14,c1;
Handsome Cloaks I
Do. Shawls and Scarfs:l
With full martmentof eLD LIDS. of DDT GOOD&
EATON, HAOBUN & 00.,
Doc D AND 10 rurrn SIBLIPT. Prreannias, P
Atkinson'e Steel Sollars andthiffs,
Tomoolkd Arblts, hallos the appearance and aotn•
1011 of Linen. To ogltto47 m and traToUrt tbq
IMAM 111.103 or IrtZIL WWII LIM CMS:
Tuna., I 03
1 150 per talc
Ladle& Narrow 0011ar5...--.-1.„ 1 00 each.
I 50 per pat..
Boot by poet on receipt of $1 15.
Elteel Dollen rrenankelloa for Its cettle or rre •la
exchange• NSW OOLLAII.tor an OLD OHL, pro.
riding It le lot broke or bent Dr SS vents.
The trade Kepi:Mod It the dew York Agent's prior.
Inn price Wt &Urea
DATOD, IikODITS A 0J.,.
whit Fetuberrah. Pe'
NEW GOODS I
LANL, WA.IIOIV & COmi
' . )4D:lpailtbritM,l3Eti AND CAILDAE
underwear, Imitable limatiatat
4p s . :,N.
4tt. - 4-:-. • -.4;;%
GROVER Ar. RAKERS •
MIME ECEWIHO PLACHIIinD3.
THG OHLT GOLD KNOOL
Pot Awarded to Sontag Math ns In Tratunn
Thom Mathis. were awarded the Preset.
weer off oneownlore, for the Ant Mahan
the Be, iferouhcarriao Mochmea end Um
Bic If Work, at the Atilowmg Stan rens,
Noe Teri ems. Fair,
First ?minim Ibr family Machine.
rtna That Premium for double-thred machine—
Prmalum for =chine work.
renewal Sage Fair.
TIM Premicon for family machlua.
Firet Premium for manufacturing machimo.
Tint Premium formarblue work.
lowa Sias Par. _
Mort Premium for family machine.
PIM Premium for remonfacturin madam
First Premium for mum blue work.
First Premium for family machine. -
TIM Premium for manufectoring =slam
Wird dre min., for =chino work.
First Premium for mealm kw all purpose*.
VIM Premium for machine; wort.
Bat. u Stets Fot,
Tint Premimn for machine for dl purpose.
Ilr4 Premium for vendettas work.
First Premhtm for machine far all purport
First Premium for machine work.
Poweglsnalo Safe Fair.
Int Premium Gar manenteturing =chine.
First Premium for beautiful machine work.
Ofslo Bon Par.
First Premium for machine work.
And at tho tollowinz County Fairs:
Manske Co. (Pl.) Aprfarlfenel Sandy.
First Premium for family machine.
First Premium for Insaufeeturing machine
Vint Premium for machine work.
Ohosepionet Vain (P 1) Aoriceit , eva Senses.
hint Premium for family machine.
Vint Premium for manufacturing machine,
First Premium for machttut work.
Mood= Os. (Ham) Aarionfterat Boo( .
Diploma for finally machine.
=ma for machine work.
Lb. X. Y.l Pair.
I (First Premium for Manny .14111:14 -
11rst.Prernium for manufactmlog machine.
Owes Cb. (N. Y.) Agrievitural Seven,.
Finn Premium for funny machine.
TrodOnatoe Cb. (X. Y. Poo. -
Tint Premium for Llmily mead..
Saredoyo Co. X. Y.) Fair.
Flue Premium for family machine.
Slevarrefees hograte (Po.) Far.
Met premium for machine for all purpeens.
Vint Premium for machine work.
The above comprises all the Fairs at which the
GISOYSIt A Deth.Ell MACIIINES were exhibited
this year. At °duly all of them the loading Sewing
Idathimn were in competition.
The work made noon the Orem& Baker Sewing
Machine lass received tho _First PVIIII.II at every
State Pair in the United State. where it has been
exhibited to this date.
Ades Samos, No. DI FIFTH Sr.Pitfabergh, Pa.
reDamset.nrir to. P. CRATONDY. Agent.
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
PATENTED OCTOBER. 13, MB.
1 . 1.tc4 ft& Rik,
F tp norillileas,
Lkk , m. ate,
14. Fara Drab
For Dyeing SLik
Peat Tiers, Kid Iloveti,thilidon'. Clothing, and
lauds of Wearing Apparel.
ear A SAN'llitl OP SO PEE
rid 25 cents yob can miler as many goods as would
otherwise mat tlro times that mm. Various shades
bs produced from tho same dye. l'Ut proms Is
simple, and any one on use the dye with perfect
mums. Direction. IP English, /reach anti OVII/1811,
'amide of each package.
for farther Information In Dyeing, and giving s
overknowledge what colors are taut adapted to dye
over others, with rainy valuable recipes.) purchase
Howe it Stevens . Triatisio on Dyeing and Wilting.
Soot by mall on ',Apt of price—lo cents.
Ilantifactered by itowg a STEN - Mai,
AD Broadway, Boston.
tkand dentin generally.
For sal° by drugzia •
Having accepted the Agency for tho ale of the
SEMPLE CLAY, mined oar St. Louie, ItoL. I in
vite the Mention of Chia. and Stool linnufacturece
to lb. Aoaly•i• given above, am reported by Prof. A.
A. Hays, a Boston, and J. C. Booth, of Philadelphia,
which, together with the tat of actual aperiena by
manufacturers to Pitteburgh. Cincinnati and St.
tottlail, determines it to Le the prima and mad vain,
able Clay now known, whetha Foreign or Amerkan.
Pots made from it have stood In the Wm Forum
Iron, g% be 9 months.
The Analyais to of tho Clay.as taken from tho mina,
without my washing or preparation whatever. I,
[maws great adialveness and platicity qrsolilio,
wtiich m not Acorn by Um Ausiple, mol which ad
mit of the mature of • large proportion of shell or
I am tow prepared toll' orders for thwabore Clay
to be to from Bt. Louts or delivered hero.
BtKIK AND NEWS DErtfr.
PRANK P. CASE,
Chronicle onuama, Filth !Direct,
BOOKSEILIK, NKEDEALER AND STATIONS,
And deter In
AND CHEAP PUBLICATIONS GENEIIALLY
Bow rawly, . IMMO woodman! of
For the lloildnye, of low prices.
Also, DIARIES FOE 1864.
a WI stock of STATIONERY, of all land,, ahra
on hand. The WEST ENVELOPE, lb. BESS P
PEES, at lon plc.,
AU 0111 DIME NOVELS end DIME SONG
ROOKS, aR the MAGAZINES, WEEKLY TAPERS,
and NEW YORK, DIIILADELPIIIA and CINCIN
NATI DAILIES rentivod regehtrly.
Ogir Soincriptlona reoeinal for nil Magazines and
rap:T4 ... rsblishere price.
TE\V BOOKS, NEW BOOKS!
..LN Daring and Suffering. A history of the Great
Railroad Alienator. In Chorgia, by tient. \Valiant
\granger. I ea.
Beyond the Linea ; or, A Ranker, Prisoner Loom
Ike Marren; Nen Book—'My Farm of Edgencen:L .
The Last Time, by Sass.
ifeudell Phlllfpo' Speeches and Lectures.
Our Scutdry School, and Slaw we Manna It. k_
tans supply Just recclrcd.
not J. L. mei% 78 Fourth strait..
GOODS.—Now in stern
N.—, awl fur sate:
2000 bbla. Tort Stole, Illehlizos and Ohlo Apple
1000 bush. Potatoes;
4000 lbs. Buckwheat Flour;
50bbls. Lake Shore Turnips;
150 do BlekoryiNutr,
BM blab. Walnuts;
15 bbls. Sweet Cider,
50 do Whips Ourn Meal;
tri do llarolny Quito;
00 do Filet lloroluy;
6 do eholco 801 l flutter;
10 chow bases do do;
la Vs Kroll Dul te
i fibla. 141 a Oaka 134;a;
1200 Inuth. W I blto Beans;
10 bbis 'Callon; .
100 Da. old 01do Bacon;
don ~c L. H. VOICIT & CO.
CM Direkorbeat Finui r 5033. stag
COO Ms froth Solt Batten'
5303 tbe.c.boico puked dc...
100 dux. Fancy Dpiomtt • . .L 1 .••
lOtibtds. Monett and
MO btu& Dried Apple.;
530 bozos Ombra ChOeite;
100 do Western Deem; '
IYI do 21.311 th Aden '
WO l'amdyl.lour, In stekr.
.13:0 both dritil Pemba., to arritv.:
. 300 do do Apple; thi; _
In atom and to antra and for solo by
de7 RLDDLI, MD Liberty atm
SUUAIt AND MOLASSfg.:.
N. • Nor. M AA& N. O. Sager;
&O do WA do; -
MO bide O. Upham • '
75 chests Green Tear, , •
AO du Mack do;
P 25 bones assartai Brands Tobaecm.
500pkgs Meckerel, Peden
Prime 1 , 1. W Lard, , Nettle Erndered, and* genend
Mock of moods in oigr line, for lab walla II tore . imed
arriving at ,
and 4! AIIMXIALLN -•
. de2 . 242 gig Libertytetreet.
AOF.FICE UKQUIRED.FOR ".
• ItEOAUITINU PURPOSES:-
Address, ..I. 7..583EN., 184'11.8. /40ILAtry,"
NEW LEA/ .Wkin.)-131 tiorceit,
and Witt, the latterct ottP,7l.ll? . et: tehdly
m., alt of d" • Fart TOWNitzND,
405 - N 0.1.1 Tortrth et. onerlatenty...,.
UIUTS AND DRAWEBS, UOSIERY,
NI7SPENDESIB, Se., at INeCINLLAND
doll - • T, No.
55111% stmt. . '
and an axiom
y pole 13t. eltaialttalt. Tog;
g and um:imago altad
Pa ono", or batman. 411:Cling eirrbigiTlko:l
that it ' D. 13. jlainos' elsnattow:okopiFhpPlo 4l , -
. p tho oak. with piin:4 ll 4s l
our alai altpiatare an itni stoat plate inatititlit
tido I+l. Sea that taw tattle.,la
Am kei..d dAmorim.sha.
to =Jo tit. tastwor altaittetorot
peso ti platendlnit to l'ill4o/ I _Vittme.ti *ter
'ainnitor. to WI, an
oar In °ado bottle. :day' pirialttaliaitk oll4,
bottle or aollang any other auitatiaa
og i lk<emiititkointuoro or oot, ta ocoiggicartisolgrict. - :
the lta & Lwari'inni atl Data tnawanina hy, as
alawify. ban pa aye as twoaartlas ie
&p., !ha will anoctod In getting thanis4;kar.t.
Into al lartini.,, demand Ow Dray littin , i%
taloa Bleats from ladles, tlarippainna:snae n taa ,
twrfocilly toandilla Via altopia a-blot
buttio.3l.lbo oaldawat wa oressat at tholt:lrraltt tad
nay a:amid pi
gata,; puma, phytalsaar WAS. - likattheiW.o246-:'-?
• v.ILDICANIE &TO::
414 A ICE'S GE 17:f
rasa, et..a.wicaasale and :stalk;
61310 - JOAN ido±4' '
saTolorxr.aviT • : -"-":
.-- 3 pRIVALTE DTRV. AVFLFO; -
1 " 4
L the ohli tellable temedyfordttesets af the OsPee"
of goneattoot.. It to tho dboocroort of au - Oiiiii;ne'
V!kylactozi Idiom Ufa irom demotod to the troa4ot'li
Lknortt Pstrp le
thls dm. of dbusei, and with Isifnaxltnte4
eassaar mare than treaty years. 2t la itTthQUOt ,
recittinno llmtiok, and dithrindsintliedyt
trent:Mt pieta= paeans andt4tetneealnitalifiT ' '' '
tem o.3.prouls carat, t!oiatrolt:,....,
mr.taba and ierfectdrsad;Z ids .
and Imps istramtit and tlozd m Pp dieeid9d - Z;,
auras.—Tbagmat IntCtrilof thir - miady 4i 0t "`' • .-sr'
03ctli; porvament awes tuu led
anprinelpfed Men. Obtorre,
Ruston of the proprietor I. erounE
othor !s ipmulna. nvpma 9417
WIC P. DA
We . Pro' ;art°,
Baldb7 all Dru;,—i sts: rric
mirror ale at triugesals try.GtO.
110 Wood strret.
TO THE CITIZENS OF PJTTSBU
---- - - . •
to the preparation knots s!
tturtnihm merstantottfailiiiiiit,„- - , •
For all mi.6l. and Lang Clooopirdutal;:nl - t:''''••• - -
' ITUNGEWELL'II TOLU AN1G)1197,4-
Itho great Neun!it; ntercaiisiur,. u, 5t..: 45 ": 1 A , ?• - -.
Lon of Eire% General - VeniOni
Also for the Pah l td. •
Get relbd. . •
Th. moil perfect "firrii'd Cbthoria efoll te,(l•2!.-
public, ildcb Darer rogrdea' tome dibi *4.47>
door bat ewe Po •dccecact -"Wiwi the boat
wad curd Indivetkr. IGnbelle3 .IdiOn t:5t.;".44
Onapleints, Nos, Warren, =Flail 'deroripbrourn!
Utica' hi - How Xngland.harethertonfldroar etWorr•-••,
on • nand bj, root
_amphoraof and'Ms rte :
Priam welds roach of 'Warw. rtort4'tlar attention.
f tarilida who will find *hems strict
ostarepi rowilelise."'Withbut 'aborting to tho cam
awn method of columns of adrerthrlng, I mould - a.ntr
oraildwaci to tat theia, which will be racrod. ,
talini.r.:lnitiamvs. L, Proptioldi,'if- -
!wade tiyalfaholesale and sitoil &okra: • .
c r4ust ford= of comipoodeneeisencita:- , - 7. 7 ,
Dealers orgoed Tr:Scream supplied on oldnlninbabl:::i---;_'•••-
Tor salt to ,littabargh at notall - by J.lf.:Toltoth
G. a. x efeee.3l..rx, doorph - Slcroingy
Ory by Jas:Brown W. a:Measts and Geo h . ,
Softy.. • b.A..iAmmEcrom
earor .Wholeade Agnate, elttrbonytrai.
Iffo.lll SECOND STREIT
040 C0MMKE1TZE5,..:1.1 , ..„:::: , .. , gx
Tb..31.4tb0r, horlai beett-testofoittleboiatratt
• ilkw Inds by • tar, aimplo =moan tale
Wier! finial jean with a, wino lung . tlix,ticol,3
mot that died dlaeeaei
*woo Itoork tablitellowitifferers tap menu
tt. rho dais orerord.b.
VTeral;4 l Cia mad (Goa l4lll . 4l,oo ree'Y t :
tins fur preparing ad neLog . 9ll =M. !VA 0 67 .r,t-,` W "`,
will motor COXSOMPTIMASITIpte t , -
unsc4rts. cotans, wins, ac L
to b el Plteg l 2 l 6 ,lv-4Sr
Is utofit tbe *fated. utd totortestfaC 4, , , .f
"Web bo ipooetcoo to lot toroloOblor; OtokiotAcipOrrz - Z • ,
ovoy oaf*, ill" - trA IClltetroll
tbom twattag.,Ond lib/L . " I AS. -
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p.star!rt 4 lo.o.6o): obiab l'lttobtrili
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124 Im2C - 22 i+rad to h.4 112- biri‘ 1 4ijakilialtaelaa' .2 - - :',-27'; .1 2I
&molts all ,thm =al raiiilas aa.4 -21221a2PA 2*&222: -17;4.
[ill gt , 406 a irCitlllthits'etiOat . 1202.11 , 0 = 14 . 131 4‘421.1:pir0V ' - . . a .
k i, skaod 401232 to conmattelle total ._auxereakßol.C.,..;`,i,„.zp,,„A2 ,''
cr44erci qui' mos al excea. 2 tre.3l umi*5it,,..,,,A,.? - 444, 2 : -,w4.
arca alasvaiia =Wept. aoldicalia..frais 011 W dt-.t`r
the, premalitlaa sued. Dille* 422 Dr,' ,7oTt .
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WIORINSON, lUM- . & - CO., (tare. i,i ?..' 7 1: . -_ ,
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....ors to Railmaar. /Ulna -L....4 W A3 / 1 / NOL. - 2..... i
Tot! iyoiticl,ibranzadarAr*bilnik-'`. 41 - .
1652 4' 444 ' 11 bf ' BOAT ; ' AND: 8 42 1 0 MY;; '.. oh' ' f , ;i 2 '' A
UACIBUM 2 2. ..araztura. - pwrzata.:o4for,ii: - ;,i "- ~ , '.,„a
was, eta tbm; OIL wan if_krzu,, $4". •;";r• t'F...tli ,
nourmiagailielenatit ttOta:i..,,E - ~ , ,Ats lz .4. i.,AN-
*putt Ai gLYIA.E.OII 'I`ATENX 1FF1T011. 1 ... , .".: : - ..pP
B YOB Trythotto noumisr, . c bt- •
1140/Waatibla et BRO; 40.111- ' : - ' -' V
' " shettnen as.ntas- - Usat.oci;- - ,inort ~ .:. -- . -a.p .
"vaits ANA VAULT Doom, %moms:alma •:: " ,- y V ., 1-,
lens, mum GUARDS, te., No s .-9U ne ol l/1 - 4 , -, , , 7 '. . ', 2 1:4
, „,,a 14 Ttrild,svuszte2l. %%or 64.1u - isit --,
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BA2 m sous AA') C 1 No. - IR:wpm
: .hoknN.A~ler la cffinuf
nerf.-ande" • 11 4_ , tub
nicS*4 irk* •
Ariamint wad • ,
suo - larowweit •••
WOll3--One tktk new,
044.14ick; -1 in, store
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