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din! IA ' 1 4 1 itt unit k Pnapesoluid to bi
• thiedeiath‘of King Frederiek - VlE.liss brought ,
a - meant-a:- Yr— A' d
, ;poop o eamaik man
8 DD that, in accordance with the stipulations of
the.Graat Powers, the-PrineeofAu tealzurg,
IdONIiffrOLUS,NING '• ; itentitled to auccusion in the two Duch
ma : lase slall be stripped of his rights, and the
tiro Driehles remain nutted with-Denmark.
On.the.cozatury, the.people of the two Duch
le/,insist that no &yelp Poiret had a right to
change their-laws without ' their consent, and
they cell upon the States of the German Con
federacy, of which forme a part, to
protect them in their rights.
The excitement widish this conflict Ls pro
dual:isn Gentian; Le extraordinary. If the
duision as to what ought to be done in the
'case lay In the hands of a German Parliament,
them hypnotist orange, a vigorous support
,of Ilia cause of the two Duchies ',Gold be at
ones resolved upon. The unanimity of the
German people in this question to generally
acknowledged, even by the correspondents of
the English papers, who violently denounce
the wholitmovement. Nearly every German
Legislature demands the protection of the two
Duchies, end the non-recognition of the Pro.
- tocatrof 1852. The most Important of these
' bodies, the Second - Chamber of Prussia, adopt
ed a resolution .deolaring the Dnehles to be
nowseparatiadffroto Denmark, and the Prince
of dupetenbruig to be entitled to enceeselon,
by 231 to 03 votes, and among the latter were
about 30 vote, of the most advanced wing of
the Democracy, which goes even further than
the majority In its willingness to support the
people of the Duchies, but objects to the rec
ognition of the claim: eta Prince.
England, Trance, Sweden, and Russia,
openly sympathize in this Tution with Den
mark. All of these Powers, mare or less,
seek to intimidate Germany, and come of
them to defend the Protocol of 1832 by force
of arms. The German people everywhere
declare - themselves ready to defend what they
consider their clear and natural right against
on; combination of European princes, how ,
everlowerfed it may be. They are supported
in this view by a number of the smaller Ger
nianAsvernments, but—and here the great
eist difficulty begins—they have not the sup
portal the Governments of Austria and Prus
„..:,- -- - ” . me FUtTrAt4
TFtep: ll 97l ) f --.11 8;i 7:11 , 0 , January .5, *as
•i , ,: , :! . ..', 7 -
..,- the darappoluted by t i i:e.id en i, f or m a k_
r ....-2:.,1 '. - - - fleit Pridrift i , thutritv gto the necessity of
,:-..: ftirtheileztalatlen„ ' ich has not yet been
prrrfeteit it_le:lto ihtclkat the draft can
4.'' - l• , ! . llitkitiliiin en- '.. dey.'''it - is `laid that it is
':: 40. 13 .0.P0idP untft. the first of , RebruarY,
quite , -- ,..."..."%whi01t..14- ' very „probable; and we aro ,
" .- .- - : - qtrite fi yof the ' opinion that it . will,
- iet. tee d heyond.that day , '
• .- Th a of latittax7 however, Is still
- Tart porttuot day; for r- that day, no
be es, except that provided for by the
-:- act , of July off, 18G1;of one` hundred irel=
‘are at lamination of the war, oi• of the
Arer.of servlso, will be paid to volunteers
. r - . , ll: s byPt.tio Go;rernineni, Whether "vdterins or
..-,..- - , : _rarrreerniti. fkiirluitever is to be done in
•; 411etway-of . filling ,quota, with volunteers
Mart bo done quickly ; for unless the work
it completed; and the Inca put into service,
llefore Olio: day, the . largo bounty so long
' 'held Mthby the Government will be lost.
4 ,.. , .
(hero is a sad and - mournful ;entreat bc
in the ---- t tratilotienrder of the people in
. ; 4*d-the coldindMerceitarY spirit that
ka od preT t time. Then th ands
4 ~.. cn e. our
it - moble-ltetried men abandoned lucre
- it . , employments; and all the 0
,''' "3:0,0/161 of borne, to go and battle for their
certain; • now the-love of
'-' whetreombineft with She' lcive of money,
falls= o: Mat forth one man in a . thousand.
EirerzileViee which the law allows Is eagerly
Belied upon; by both natives andforeiza._
erty.to avoid therperforntance of their dat7
to',:their country - , to the flag that proteef's
them, to their homes and firesides, their
wivesand •children. The,, unnaturalired
Irishman, *became to tisiecountry, perhaps
fervor fifteen 'years ago, to escape what he
called 'the oppression of British ruic, now,
when he imagines that his cowardly carcase
Is, in danger„ presents himself, - with un
blusblug,iMpudenee„lrefore the enrollment
; , lieari and "swears that he owes allegiance
to thoßritishQueen. - TheDitchnan, under
. 'thesarneimpubie, runs to hitlehimself under
. the palts3fllag, of some German prince
•The native, 'if he has no aged parent of
whom he is the sole support, endeavors
, to- discoreiV in' his corporeal system, or
.to simulate some chronic ailment that
irill-unat. him for the performance of mil
: ItOry duty._ This itt the rut; but there
are is alrtheao claise3 seme - bonorable ex
''There is another C 123.3 who have been spe
ciallyfainred—we mean the "nine months'
men." Most, if not all, of them rcoeired
handsome bounties when they entered upon
their short terra of sorrice. Many of them
.4t-ht.troo,-fintglittreli, and it was not their
fault that they did not render mach value
hlttaiwrice to theeountry. But all of them,
eietpt ti few who gait the service before the
311 of, March - last, were exempted -from the
drift.: Then the Government hold out to
them for Montha together the handsome
..hettrity of sio2., to addition to their pay
ant other perquisites, if iltry
e tcould go
haeliond; help their noble eomrsdes, ,h 1 ,13
1 414 . .3441 ihefizqd,'Unct kft io the field, to
pavanierol to the rebellion and the war.
But TC , 6 , :,fC%I ; inked responded to the
ealL 'Weil trained soldiers as they are,
generatiali as they have been dealt with by
- thtfloiernmeut, both in - exemption from
indAn the'.offer. or bounty,
theylhare so far requited the generosity or
contempt, auk their
late comrades, atilt streggling in the ser-
rice"tiith cold-liearted 'abandonment, They
Mire yet' ono -week in which to make up
! .. f,-their _minds and seem the *bounty, and
there la, 'moreover, plenty of time yet to
hrlki the draft to hear upon all who decline
:to do ea.
,Conr„ress - in very much dbrided upon the
.question pt the repeal of the commutation
clause of the law of the 3d of March, and
iro do pot pretend to predict how it may ha
decided. -- To meta it will - entail great die
tregipon-the community, and throw thou-
spas Ormercitiaries of the meaneet and
most rapacious . ' kind, who will biro as sub•
_stitutesi . intolbc-aume ranks, sand compa
nies, and misses with our Bons and broth
ers. It AM, moroover,lorce many a man
into tho army"whose condition at home is
en& tbitlio ought natlo go. But, on the
. other hand, if, that clause is retoinel, the
.object of the, draft ,wi I , it is alleged, be to
great extent, defeated. if that Yifar ie
• correct -it is a serious dilemma. When the
law was enacted, it Was expected that the
•:,:$03.-psid. for exemption would procure a
substitute in the shape of a Volunteer—in
deed, in the express laiquage of the law,
''`;.this money was declared to be 'Tor the pro.
ouration of substitutes; " but experience has
tillight'es thatit i;otproeure them—not
here at least. :
What is to be done? ..ttetain the commu
,-:Jation clause, and a large cum, of money
willbe raid for , exemption and if this thou
.ex will not pro:nra substitutes—Solutsteers
-la' Peattsylrauta , perhnivit 7111 in the
border iTave r :itates, - -or. in ' (he rebel states;
-Tbe- widtei l e staten, - and "lie
?.. eau poorer blaoks; .be
li l telt.hantitiee. ;We tbiOlt therefore, thiti
11823n11130 determined to-Adhere to the con 3.-,
mutation principle , ihe: will be
obliged telitohlO - ;ibri'Scttreii for s large
•.'2' , PrPrortiPP- , th 6 - PYitgr4l ll4sl which it!or".
riges ?litt . tple„C9 ,3l o -1 4. , - .
- . • - . .
TII t39,y - ,it fa Den
The ionf-litpiivai yrs: bctivera Zietmeny
-,sed . Deentarkias vielia ll y begun. The Fed
,: endMit "
troops •of •
isiteutratiatcDoistelri, smith. Danish
Government, ibeeei4aelp _.yaith.previo' ne
•.• ..7ohlatalannottnconunti-rosarda th6-as a de
- - -" " • -
-Matatione;*. - Tb!its'Another of-the great
hAS . ripened, In tbs
cgarps Of the ',est DO; for i.rolution by the
Xt.:Denims; like the titated States, adopted
soli in intecnitional- wars the principle
- .. , ...ortletdalitY; the cOralletebout Sichlcswig and
- . -; •11**141 would affect only Denmark and ber-
Ineay. , ..lluStlrEuroperso Forters e arld in par
so.cillettlircisPoWpre, base a di4 l
(area code of , laws; and In alma' t aSetY quo , "
tioa that dlatarbs this peaef of Europe they
.ild ft ionittpsetext forinterfahmes. Thus they
"interfered, withOot Any semblance of Sight,
in the - . complicate - it Dania-Dittman question
by the celebrated proVetil of 1852. Foresee
lag,that the a. neDY pf lecanserk would
*eon ex net; and that ialhat cite, if
s untold-hated . hiw.of , succession ware not
.I'..i.abandetted s the Danish monarchy would fall
x to pieMe(one relation of Abe last Sing
being entitled .to eaetestion in Denmark
Pieper and - another in the Dueldes,) a num
;- I :bes of: Dunipean",Forrcre tuideitook to set
lads tho - roentgen , litre f; both Denmark
, s 2 --Proper and crib& Ora .des, and to transfer
ofonece!aio in both the component
=by to Apring who
„ati to ,suctession. Dr. Sit The
01.4 0 f)9.612X011i1e Titper approved of thia
tt as tlie:emfy,Ono that mad ,pre.
sieltstitee of qui •Pialsh Monareby;
af tkattsioik - ilte con.
tif!lti'fra; being Cles;
prauatil to Avail themeelreS,of
whlakAiellitisiatlest °Utile hew '
tae of } t biImaHCIBA todlo/oles
VLlkelhera, eten in thei iyat of
_ . .
. ; .-: . .- ; :i.,,-..- . „-.
-.4. ; ;4:7: 4 :4:T-:,i, , ,-.-. ) ...::: , :::,
! ! a
These two Govercurienta signed the Protocol
of 1852. 'They are greatly alarmed at the
tarn the Behlevirig-Hdlatein movement to now
taking; for it is clear to them that the more
that is done and achieved in Gila guidon In the
liabso,of the German nation, the lose is done
In the name of Austria and Prussia, and that
in the same proportion in which the authority
of tho German nation shall rise, that of Mag
pie and Prussia mast decline. Both Powers,
therefore, are again anions to settle the
whole difllettlty by a compromise, and declare
their willingnens to abide , by the Protocol •of
1852, and to recognize the King of Denmark
as the ruler of the two Duchies.
Bat by their membership in the German
Confederacy, the Gorciaments of 'Austria and
Prussia— as long as they will not repudiate
laws which they themselves t in a hundred in •
stancel, have been the lirsl to enforce—are
to some extent bound by the decisions of the
Federal Diot at Frankfort. The proceedings
of this body are, therefore, of considerable
importance for the peace of Europe. As yet
the Diet has not pronounced on the question
cf succession. It has decided, with only three
negative lota*, that the representatlve of the
Kincof Denmark should be, fur the present,
excluded from the Diet, and in this it has
taken 'idea with the German people against
the Governments Of Austria and Prussia,
which,together with Luxemburg,east the three
rota of the minority. Bat subsequently a
proposition of Austria. and Prussia to order a
"Federal execution" in Holstein Instead of,
as Bavaria proposed, a "Federal occupation,"
has been agreed upon by eight against seven
votes—the representative of Luxemburg ab
staining from voting. This is looked upon
as an indication that Austria and Punta may
yet possibly gain a majority of the votes for
At all events there will bo in Germany Huff
canfliet of far-reaching conseqnenoes to
twoon the Governments and legislative bodies
Which dmire the execution of what is clearly
the national will, and Austria, PfdllSift, end
their parties.. among the German Princes,
which, for the sake or peace, nee ready to
recognise the King of Denmark as Doke of
Schleswig-Holstein. The outbreak of actual
hostilities between Germany and Danmark
will ptubtbly bring this conilict, between
Austria and Presets on the ono hand and the
UM. of the German people on the other, to a
speedy baue.-,PI. Y. 80b0...
A queer Convention.
k Convention of very diminutive propor
ens, yclept the "National Conservative
Convention," consisting of ten delegates,
1 who nominated Gen- McClellan for Preai-
I % / dent Bocce lime ago in Cincinnati, met in
public on Thursday evening lust, in the
Common Council Chamber, in Philndelphis
We give the report of thin "Convention"
which appeared in the Philadelphia Nord.
American, of Friday :
Hitherto the meetings of this Council of Ten
were private. Having adopted their.resolu-
Sons, but no hlarform,rbey met lad night to
read them in public.
There were insist:o , one persons present,
pectators and convention together. The
Council of Ten claim to be old Line Whigs.
Hon. Amos Kendall presided. it. L. Ste
vens, of New York, Socetary. The former
made a brief opening speech, and reviewed
his own career as a politician, and without
touching upon the McClellan topic Introduced I
Col. Hamilton Polk, of Kentucky. Col. Polk
lauded Gab. McClellan, and Gen. Campbell
and predicted that they would be the next
President and Vice President of the tufted
A Gorman, whose card reads ' , Cob Max
Lager schwartz," next spoke. Ho said he came
to this country "a bloody, black abolitionist."
but now his sentlrosnts bare changed. If he
had the power, and could find such en aboli
tionist as A.. then was, be would hang him.
The speaker does not articulate vary intellig.
Ibly. Iris Teutonic scion! is very broad,
but be sat np Gen. McClellan before his audi
tors and varnished him with successive coats
Tho lecretary attained that Mr. Lligen
iabwarts, who had on driven from his own
country, stands at the head of the largest
German organisation in the United State..
He Irate men of great learning, a refugee in
Gen. A. Banning, of Texas. who was once
on Hotislon's stiff, nett gave Gee. McClellan
s.turn.l:• He had been a friend of Henry Clay,
Inite-it - that Gen. McClellan was the only man
now lathe cohntry fit to wear the mantle of
that stathiumn. After further remark., it was
Rootori, That in porsuanee of the reeem
niendstlen contained in the resolution this
daindetted by the Conservative Union Na
tional Cenvention, we do, for ourselves, and
those w'' represent , publicly present to the
peepieV the United States, for their support
in thicietaing election, Gen. Geo. B. AloClel
lan,-iiike Union candidate for the Preside*.
•epriiiitiwo call opon . every true patriot and
- lover if:is country to rally eround him as
'the. ard-bearer of the people. And we
nt the name of Gen. Wm.l3. Camp
ton, of "lenneuee, as the Union candidate for
= •Thesefrrere adapted in Cincinnati, and re
illinneepow by the ten complacent individu
als- 'sillo;:eall,,d themselves the convention.
..There tare :it more resolutions, calling upon,
the people to form McClellan clubs, to organ=
y3l at fa m the convention proposes to
work !Ten remains to be known. The eon=
yention adjourned eine die.
Some of the ether delegatesspolo, but all to
the isuitreffbet. A serenade was given later
in I thelniglat, at the Continental, to the ten
Lanoiisa monDa.—lt If stated that
brie number. of yetueg man, orinetpaliy
Trench Canadians from the country, am daily
leaving Montreal for the Iron Mountain and
ether places in the States. Many go to the
mines in Pennsylvania foramployment, being ,
attracted by the reported high rates of salsa.
It Is estlinited that during the pas; few weeks
s everal hundred, from Monircal and the coun
try, have left for Yankee lend, In search of
employment. , , • ,
' Pasoan or Woistna 3Enra =The Witth
lngton (Woollen) Mille at Li:repro, sold
ffoods to the. amount *inanely' jell/ adllioni
of dollars halt poor, and their profile Wirt;
$410,000 A or :bout nfty per gent. on their .
poplin!. Their surplus now amounts totttso,
000,, and they propose to invest half of dile;
by adding twenty-fire.rete of wields:minim
to their _tatils.
ruseorr de.- - ' The Claveland (Ohio} Herold .
'tato' tkoit IL O. Varner tuts bulks tour 84
Toledo, for preparing . 11az' cotton, at the rate
of two thousand pound' per da,y. It tr pre.
pared for am.g.tatttn otnnPlnbenttngnd in On
Ttm pa! portsystem. fato orteodod to
Philadilphis in Itoitoo. It doosnottequlre
oporret from cid Ist diridial, Lot ttlo
Ant yokel and Ipßitino all
salPs/ 4 4bibgerIP op, wbap e-Stn°64:i
Jailtealiilbs 'arum. • -•• , •••• _ .
.E .- TIIiiiiirIi.ENCEVILLE UNION
LEA .P i trill neat •140:i8LICSON't: MALT:,
an MONDAY EVEN' tiG; Vth inct, 1 . ,% o'clock.
C. L . A.Z-Yhe S t 1 will meet
at WUXI/it) HALL, in PittitrueTh, qn
WEDNESDAY, Dee. tooth. Laelt Locet ISundl ii
entitk4 to tend three delege.t.s.
NATIUANAL lIANK. OF
ALLEGETRIIY.—Tbe Slorkhohlsrs of this
Batik ere hereby tiotillod she! mop Mord of 0i1...10ra
hero called oo the.. onl itiradatuent of M. por cent.
of the Capitol Bloch, paysisle JA hi VAIL Y 2a lIIGi.
iitektsi T. B. NEP VS.-President.
L'" - s
EL9th Session commence on MONDAY,
Jan, 4th. 11151, and malaria twelet ere.ke, closing
PM/AT, March 95th. Yor terms, La., call at the
Institute. narmr of Pram and st. Clair stream, or
I. W. S. CLAY, Principal.
FIRST NATIOIN I— AL BANK, AL
LEGlllibilr —An Election Dwaine Dlrecto
of !bb Bank will be held tbe BEUOSD TVA!
DAY, 12th Januat7 next, beterion the hoop. 4.19
and 19 o'clock a, at the aloe of the Itlochnele ,
de aid •"
T. 11. IS - MIN, President.
'IIMT NATIONAL BAWL or Pirrseaann,}
(Lob An: ugh Toot Oasepoasa
Pittsburgh, Dec. 12, Idb3.
UAN ELECTION for Nino Directors
of this bank will be held on the SECOND
TUESDAY, 12th day of January next, between the
hour. of II st. us. and p.
/OLIN D. SCULLY, Gabber.
PUBLIC MESTLNG--The Draft—
• The citizens of the FIRST WARD, ALLE
GHENY, are Invited to attend a public meeting en
ho held In WASHINGTON GALL, Rebecca brook,
on THIS (Monday) LIMNING, Dec. 20th, at 7%
o'clock, to conelder the best memo of filling the
, ennta of the Ward. Let arery citizen attend.
de2B e e
NOTICE.-1 hereby notify- my
friends la Allegheny that 1 am not n candl
date fur Director of tho Poor. The duties of the
office would regitiro more time and attee.tlon Win I
could pasaildy devote. Mr. ROBERT WRITE, of
the Pleat Ward, Allegheny, lr candidate for tho
andifelected ma ke on °trident oMam.
C. W. 8E.3.71MT.
December 24, 1/261
[O.THE DRAFT.—The citizens of the
numb Ward, Allegheny, am mut:meted to
groat In the basement, of Dr. Ct. allD'a VIIIIECEL
comma Sandusky etenet and South Common, on
AIONDAY EVAbING. DWI lust., at 7 o'clock, to
take eultable 161.1111 ea fur supplytog the quota of
th. Ward ha volunteer., and tbau obviate the draft
that la to take pia. January fth. Lot Merrlro
Dill tuna out. 7be enrolled mea are ta.rtloula-ly r
gunnel to be t mmor,
to, AIICAILY lIIPORTA_NT TO VOL
UNIEEIt....i—e floe the JANUAIIT
INILX.T, the only Learnt, provided by law I. the on.
hundred dollen anthotizal by act of July t 2, tool.
All who doter, to .tonne the prement bounties of
S.Ur2 pald to now rorrolte, or Shot pall to ret.ract.
mewl enlist before Jairoary fib, But.
Beernite will tie roreived for te il2nd gineut
Penneylvarde Yoluntoem, or any ot h her Penney P l rol.
Regiment, at (ho titrard Mout, Benitlittold
All tonntloo anamotord, and the recnill rrintibel
to the auhdlatrlet to whlth t boy beiouir.
EDWA %It S. Ai
del , tit Captain net Pa V 01.., Crerniting Other,
cI " ITTSBUROI - 1 BRIDGE COMPA
NT —The Bteckhublen in told Company arc
hereby uottbott to meet and organ!, mid Company,
at DARE'S 120 TEL, Liberty atrori Plttoburgb, on
lb. FIRST MONDAY UV JANUAR., leak between
tho boars of 2 and 4 o'clook p.m. :.P mid day. and
ammo by ballot, b 3 a maturity of thee sod
there voted, on. Pr Melon% and tit Dir., ton, non
Treartmer, and end, other oaloors m tboy may think
necetaary. to conduct the 1111.1illt. or thl4 Cow [kW\
untll (ho next regular olectioo.
Jamn WPM, I end.: tau Zoo,
M. B. Broom,
John F. Singer, Reath,
Janice E. ('raft,
San:noel Ilarittnau. IS. A. Lens,
Don). A. Mein,. artmew
At..... McKee, I Rody Pam •ruti.
noliort Starrett, I Jamoa
Imo: Wear.. LU T. eon:titer,
Hoses Ches. Thown.
r ." - PlTTSlit!itiali SANITARY t;u!il
sce sad roq.,ltory, 59 Fourth St.r.rq
rattl,..an 1C.4.1 51.2k..1
--JOSEPH R. FIUSTER
Tawraral—J.kitE.4 P.UZE, Jr
Coutritontious of rovuvy arta gumis
Stem scut to all parts t.f the tartly
Intormattol furaPbed mall. to the and,
t~uaJul to the Camps ogs.l/itopiLls.
The freight on gtAtis dom.,/ Is I.lltl her.
Amami livetlaF tha liteckhrdder H e of thr MDOOII.
gab la Navigation Company will be held re THOUS
WOG the 14th day of January, 16f4, et the Utti. of
slid Company, N0‘1.5 Ural avvret, Plitabargh, at 2
p. m , at which incathea• tvillecte of the Corn•
prey for tha aiming year will be elected. The Eli,
lion will be held baterteu the bean of taro acrl hair
o'clock p. m.W. BAKCWELL, Scrrevery.
WTHE NEW GYMNASTICS AT
NEYLLLE Chum, ere
for nee membersat each Grua of meeting. ;lee
sad Gentlemen, 'I'VENDAY and FIIIDAY EVEN
INGS, et:N. Ladies and Cbildron, WFJ)NENDAT
end SAMIDAY LITERNOONS, o'clock.
For Mane, comae n, i meaty 1ce50n5.....—.66
For We and 1111seoe, " " 4 co.
For Children, " " S CO.
cd.rom.a 7 ries
Tr7Thr: TUE MAYORALTY OF ALL&
GHTtlilt —la throa Dams, at the argent
mUeltatlan atm.) citizens, has =mated to twlrtait
hia rut= to he onal am a camlitlnte tor the Mayoralty
of Altezluay City, at the emulng tartalcipal elec
f..11 -- CORONEIL—Jonm AliceLT:No, •of
tree" the First Ward, Allegheny, will be a candi
date for Gamer of Allegheny Clocinty,tne4Ject to the
decision of the ensuing Gums,' Union Convention,
.ArEW an VERTISEME.VTB.
rpo LET.—A suite or two largo comma-
A. Waling and bandansml3 , finaktobed Rooms to
lart..althuat bmrd, on arst flow of bongo 78 801 07D
M abra-gb. dotal's,
IPsT--On Saturday, De, Igth, 1863,
• OTLINDEtt ESCAITHIIit WATCH, Wirer
cue, opal tam, four holes Jeweled, with a at
drain, and geld book ewl try fastened on with stew/
clasp. The Ander tell' be
or et the Ga roverdc4 by le.,
leg the =CM at OFTIOE, ouen!
ter of /Idoltoleration upon the estato of Caleb
Tooter, Into of Lowyr Bt. Mgr tpAllegheny coon.
fy Ps ., deemed, haring been hoed to the tndet•
Named, all persona Indebted to rah! esters am re.
add to make Immediate payment, and thaw ha,
ma sted m amtinet the mid estate will present them,
properly anthentleated foe cattlemen:.
deTrr wT !MDT. 8. POSTER,
LA.A DMINISTRA'fORS, EXECUTORS
AND TRMYEEII.—Noties la hereby girm that
any peTl.O Cr persona bating In chorus or truat, a.
Admintaratore, imenton or Trusters, of waylega
cies or distributive abaree analog frt.= personal
proprty, of any kind whatsoever, When the tabula
ariaotrut of each property as aforraaid lad! earned
the rum of one thormaild dollars to ,also, of any per
aort &ward, on or eince the lot day of July, 1.80
mill make Immediate rattan to the Atolitant Amite
ton In their tolerative bob-Dirlatone, on or befog
the lOth day at January, IBri. Thom who fail h
comply before this date will ho =West to alt tit
Entalthei made and provided In mo th oases angler • tto
Escia• Law. nssnr- A. WEAVDII,
22d Dlifiriel, Pa.
VALUABLE PILOPERTY Tort SALK
V —I after for em.. =all omelet Laud to W a g,
*Stan <Panty. Pa, situated an tie watt bane of the
Roaorrabela river, a Wks abate Itecernarule, er,
(*alas 21 am,v multslaid erlah cwt of a superior
Sulk/. The IshivOrrioesta era aDeelllna svitat S
roomy, Bora and fliable,—aud a largo balldlog
saleable fora marktaa shop all aabstantlelly built or
atone; fruit freak de. klitiating If vrithla xao
yarcli or the dwelling. Schools, Churshvs, @ r , eery
aoovissirat. Addrap, fro the treoslass,
B. F. BOWNE, Siodsrlcktorra.
11.25ilsrdattarT Wiehlearscni rounly,
'SOS SALE.—Throo Cast Iron Stills, of
.0 PO and gri INLITOIS capacity, In nymphs. order.
Throe ado orPlano Conatr.sing Nom.
Friar Largo Crudo Oil Tanta.
0 0 ,001 1 aociond,hand Brian.
• A lot otitoogaghon
Dm Oil Pomp and Piper.
• . Otto 10-11 arm penrorNagine, rill, Italler .o! Stark.
Lot of Ou Pipe mod Cooke.
Lot of Law and second-hand Barrea.
Tor particulars Irvin. st 11. 11. SMIT,
doittlor Mo th Ward Foun E! dry.
TTPELOLSTERD.7G..—Huving pureha a
ed a Large stock of &node Mr CatilL-1 am elk
tol3Bot bitrestr• at extremely low
TEATLIER BEDS; Rate, llmk and Spring MAT.
• great Tuley of SEIADEN TABLE d
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS; OARPETd; EMBOSSED
TABLE BOYERS; Adilaide, Gran, Coma and hitt.
an Bordered wrATe, or the beat quality, and (leap.
• nem tumnaiscd.
All,ordery In). attended to.
Homo 80..172 , rEDEBAL STREET, Allegheny,
(tbiltOßY c'xtg by AIL
dr= T 0 PARKED.
VINE .DWELLING ON PENN
rolts,ML—Thip hulm three-story DEIGN
DWELLING, No. AS Penn meet, to ow 11a7Per..4
otreted !drama;. Enke WV/. The holm to troll
&AIL ihrolsbod with marble ntantota,goe and eater.
Lame Wel Andelley In the rear. Any tot wbblag
;tan Mt haunt= eater Dam/ th e tide pie on
street- JOH Jr.,WAY
inUlaptfal andocierms p. O.
• fiilll-'4.3IAN :WEIG:IS WELL
850/14‘1, iViaintra *6417, arei busker.
alang, 'wool/ amen alp Thouriact Pollsra, cak
ix loam widow' where he could eiaq!ey ht. ine, of
'tit take charge or a ael of Boob, lialehael•
-Adana . .!J. Ai 14., /Weave/
' C IAIIDI FROZS' a rner V .a U D I OD - s tijk" , troop'ai ff inr. ea 4L irs
itezzLiAlms ocTiog tut 'wk . fQ as rum
.1064:i/OCCHE AND 'BUGUY.--TUES,
DAY morsara.lme: 49th,
at the Comm.rcla! Sae. ROOMS, 54 FMB
••na pax! tee mackba,lnea horny Bartmehe,
ax,Brvut Al , .'tate Jenny Lied BeLgo
• detla BA XIS ..:31eILWAINE, Anet'ra.
WA NT.ED--1:1 a Wholesale Grocery
TT Boa. % a SALES-11,LX, ybo can talluence d
i• aequalut...4l ith a Wrelara Pannsylnala
Northern [ w rad., McLean. wltla Lima ml rer Tad
revner, BOX 1417, Ph iladc•lplite P. O. qy2s.l -
O WN --
HERS OP PROPERTY, having
clOrtg boozes for root, or toomata to bo
-4 are informed that 'matted:Al to 'Manch bstatatia,
I. attbg boors. collecting seats, attemildg, to thorn ,
mtm rat., repairs, Sr. Chltyre to don
de24 cernarirr & 8010,61 hiatk.etqat.
WANTED—To Rent, on 13t of April,
T a good stad mail Tin and bbrat Loa
Wary awl Maw, Stara. Would Lay sat labia al
rosflyeatabllAbed. Ter puilculars Hr. WAKE.
YIELD, Iland litrrnt Bridr,s. der..43;
.I, — U/LELE STOIS AT AUCTION.
—On TUESDAY EVENING. D. Etth,l46l, at
73 o'clock, arlll Le mid, at tha Gammarrlal 8.1
Roams, No. 54 Fifth atreat
Aller.ha , ay Bon Stock '
GO do tlltlseru' D e nt
G 3 do Mereh.ta' t Itinnoracturers' Ranh;
3 do hirclaani.e Bank Stock;
60 do Alkgheny Valhi Railroad Co.;
des DAVIS t MaILWAINE Anora.
ltetuking why It le better than dry Polith
I. It f. olmady mixed. •
3. It lar no met! whatever.
3. It prodnons no dirt or dotat.
I. It stoodo the moot Intents Gust.
5 It proooreon from root.
h. It la the meet e.monal , nl PoUgh.
It t. not oto.furoth tho Labor.
Tor ulo ICI SIMON JOUNSTON
dal Corner Fourth and Smlthllehl stmt.
MACKEtIiLI. iz JOiiNSON,
AND EOLDICEDS OI.LIM AGENIT
No. SU GRANT EITTIIiLLI.
T'AnfElta PENNA. iIILTTII
G ENERAL ORDERS, No. lo,
Presldeal of the Molted States harlog, by big
Communication of the oth lost , In response to p.p.
tattlens submitted to him ~,,Dwlst to th. nailing
servlce In Penosylraubt, cinder his call et °Nobel .
17th. °Wm., for 300,000 luso, apyloved of so mach
thetcot coDt;,reed under du, teautrioy poled!
or lb That the Decrultruent of Vol. for the each,. rosiguente co. to the field,
.11 Do tenductod acconhnoly,
Details for recruit-tug sera - Ice In the nolo •fil
be made of of Pettne.,ollPii. rertmen•e In •hs
bold, who, I. or 1/11 sertucc °spire in 18d4. To foe
eilitete the tectuttneeni of loofas, machappoint
meats. of .illeare. In the note , will he mode by
Governor whore pructicaLl N en the necoratuuf dation
of df.ly authorized ten/mitt,. seyrreenttog 011(14,
hurottch. end iowoeld,w, I. rya for their anon]
Ti..:,roeornmendat ionsnot, however, he
made itdte...rimlnstely, bat slin due errant to tee
ensrseter of the se non 01....1( and he, ability to
f..rtu the Init. - mot dutiso of the tent
LI Vibes precticabh, old retie:outs will be ne
t., the Stets 1. , i.e terrultod.
Tb, volunteers• ho shall he enll:L i d sill re
main under the enntrei of the o...nine .t nab
amt„i.e tendesrous, and under coMmsnds,
se he may&els - este, said until reedy to be mint to
their negitneets, Iu swot - don., veal, General Orders
IV. th,tnintn• not twenty-fare dollen
«ir rstorarie, stet fifteen dollars for now recruits, will
I.e p.tbl err..ere deiallet for recruiting senile,
'mei mules. tar in the &ela, when the racnuts an
by oft Coital P.yibent lobe mode
by 1.. t lionzlord, G. et. A., Actiug fuels:ant Pen.
r 21.1. rebut 01•11. re!.
V Volunteers lot oleP.ed be cities or other locall
tire o ill oe duly rn.../rteu the draft Axed for Jai:t
eary b. 1304 ; cud •i3O such rohanteers .4 may
neve leen muetered into the set, lee of the tatted
Stat.,. eerie the draft, the numbers. credited to be.
deducted from the propue ran Of the quota adodgeod
the et ato ender reeent .all. Information reppudling
the qootas of front/V., Men, tosretatipa and wards,
c o n
TrLeoet urerl on okpl 11, IS Ulla 40 mu* reepeellieZdu
VI Authority *lit I/I "riven to editors detailal fer
• emmtiou ...race from regtmenta in the Add, to
•-dnplete compeulw of infantry, to be gent to
agtmenta in the gold SI hare tem thee flair
!doy-er rowether or company organisation._
1 11. on bsi relont.ts, for the c. tared wgimeut •
..r nib . n. peed aa a part of 1G
q.t., and ALM ouch at have been totalered iota the
eerrtm of to. Vulteel Stabt since the araft, to Le
otedihd to ..tint or other localitira en their scupur-
I/.m of the State's quote under recent
I 111 (deep. bedew - ow %di ...Wished et
paper In charge of w.cromandaat• and
sklitful sargeons, to to eppuinted by the Gomm'.
IX. To every remuit woo it a Veteran Vulanber,
dPIIII,I to Geortal Orders of the War Department
of Jut. l'Oth, lest, Sc. 121: for berniting %blew.
Volunteer, one oesoth's pay in adv... and • b.ati
ty nod a prenthan of SHrl ; and to all other rectults,
not veterans, a.epled tact enlisted u requital in
latlug orders, ou• ley In • bran.. and, In
addition, a bounty eel premium of SIDS will he paid.
'the ,hors time new rentalusng within which to
11.1 the quutc of the slate by enlistment., net thus
evald the impending draft, adm.1.1... lb. 1.7•1 cit
izen. of the importance of providing by 10.M.1 hem
t4a, the at...4.i imbuement. to vulunteara lin
nicipold... of other titate•.by 111, umenajme
log frou. rounaybousia the able-Ludleil men who
aitocll replenish her oven ragimeots. Pennsylvania,
with It eters leery nmlsmll 2 h.l.4, tine en) ad .
Jecent Commonwealth, 42.14 Chow, by her prompt
ness arcl alacrity, now, her ehility to maintabs the
high pa.litoe .he has heretofore, and still
...or, g hoc dieter Stela., in contributing to suppt
By urdrr of
GovErnor sad Ccauslazder4A.CLlsr.
A. L. ItCSSELL,Ot G. Prororrauls.
AA been announced through the poem that "the
anatrxt for Laving the lildee and Tallow or animals
elaughtered here on Governmentencomia has been
accorded to the sense parting who have had It from
dm beginning of the war" and au each 'award Lava
log been made, end the time for receiving proposal.
tot having ye arrived, notwo Is hereby given that,
In order to correct any colmnsivratandling,that may
exist, and to acne, for ths Government Um advan
tage of the greatest number of Lida, end tae highest
prim for Links and Tallow, Goal and Dom, the
time for offering propmala is extended un r l TUES.
ehar g oth, 100 Y, al 12 m. Lie repeals
will Lo opeual barn. that than and nob will be
considered unless awompanied by the twurt gamma
tees, and the Liddrm are preeent to respond to their
Lida. OYU. BULL,
&rad Lleat. CoL and C. M.
HONE Y PEOTOtt.AL
A sore remedy Fro:r..7lAroolo or common
COUGHS, COLDS, 110tillSENTES, 8011 E TILIIOAT
To public groaners It la loralmalo.
To ?omens debtated by bre standing Cosign
Cosumption, it ri maim both Cough and debility.
Trepared and for aa.la by
OEO. A. KELLY,
ann.- Ohio and r edam/ •troela r
del7 In adarkat Iforon. AlloalAny
H. THE IiOLIDAYt4.
Frr*b arrina of
Boot., 15 hoe •, G al t • r., Mdmorale, Gunn
Mocking, Cork Bolos,
At LASTERN PRICES. Come f. ti • come vI, t.
.1. R. MCLAND'S. !lb Mutes otnvt,
fl..cond d...r from F/ftb.
Fl N E
LADI AS . GLYTE KID BALMORAL 13 1 , 0L1S ;
Dw do do CONuRESd do;
Do 310 ROCCO A COAT BA LB L do;
GENT'S THREE SOLE (MAIN & CALI' do;
IL. TWO do CALF do;
All of o.on lost ~anon work, sod rarranted to gi
sow+ sat ioloction.
GEO. ALBREE, SON 4k CO.,
No. TI, eor. or Wieol ntl Yourib stin t
t 0 Lit ie TS7—epijed Mince
]I-a!, of tbo Irait quality, in glens jiuu or by
pound; Maltby , fink conned Gystcro, Eamtord
Crunlierrieo, Dried Corn. Pfl.illomin7.l),•ll Peas,
preen Corn, Lima /ken., Awaragut ludisirmo, Suc
cotash, linsb Peaches, Plnr Applu and iliraorber•
deo, In awls, Imiumtfrolls seal./; Geduel, B .P UV
and Me Ap r ls (loess/ ; Smoked Bret touguesi, Cot
note, Rai/ens, Citron, Orange and Lemon /bill, Al
monds, moiled Candles. an.. Kr Isle at 11. Family
Grocery Rime or JOGS A. KEN/MAW,
r I.llierm rind 110101 .
Cknver Can Fetwal &nub, 447.04.. r,
OW. A. KELLY, PKII4I/til.
SPAIMILINO PI,DA WATRR,
IFlrPh”telarts' prun.-rtyllom den/ally aom paouel
A GORE FOR MOE Y riur•ru.tuca.
This Irtirrortildilit low boon gntten Op not bap
hazard, but to tbs nonit of otudy. inortinonting.
tenor awl exproni. Those annoyed anti motto and
dust will plow. W I ; 11 out sallsfactonr at the and of
ten dap, ~to, apparatus hilioo out and no charg.,
tube N. ID et Cole drew.
thee or Ahrnant,
Triutunir's Ohara, Det. I, 1811.
A LLECITIESY CITY COMPROMIBE
BONDS WANTED,—Partlos holdlng Compro
now Booth of City of on, hsrotillod that O tile w
Chilling Fund for ism out ho t o ol
mita In tlioor Dona. at oho lowest rat. ofinuti.
Ilropocns revived wall SATUDDAY, the 2.1 day 0
Ily order of tho Committee on flpywoo.
dotdd D. lIACVEttIiON. Trowroro,
bite 60.., Buckwheat Flour, 50
wo oa . Frorb Solt Dotter; -
FOOD 26e..chotue picked do;
100.10. Fancy Brouror;
Flussott appnd Mower Applor,
SW bush. Third larg. &
2/0 boxrue Gaabrn Queue;
100. do %arra alucrisix
Rs.Tazully ruin./ yam. -
200 bitelk dried Parboil to arrival
to atorurazul to antresnd tornls‘by
4e7 11, ffiDDLI , 1/13 Liberty stmt.
Az Fe .trirEitznsz.47E,r7s.
_ _ ,
S 3 WOOD STREET
WILL CONTINLIC TO SELL E TS ESTME ETOCk
.AT COST I
FOR ONE WEER LO.II"GER,
All WO are 4Urnaiond le rluw 4111
First of January, 1804
MEN'S FURNISHING tOODS
CLOTHS & CA.I3SIIVITORMS
BY THE YARD, IR LARGE YARYSTY
UNUSUALLY LOW PRIOES I
No. 84 WOOD STREET.
A LLEGIIKNY WHARF A'OTICE.-
running colder other frolght most
ropori 1 Wharf Mho, In oand they may ola
ft idaco to loaf or colon&
All song loom ranst „ remove their wit within lb*
time specified by I. and aks mutt report at Wharf
Otare, wham changing bandr, that the proper parties
may b. known. '
Positirely MI eratt prohibited between Oa linger
boards on each side Irwin strut., escort mutat'
stemma of the 1t,..
All craft,' toots as anisteled or Wag must tie
removed leomedlatsly, that 1..4 crag may g.t 10.
All wharfage most Ice invariably pald to advance.
Transient conetzteea, who be s no permanent
but who board at hotels and private hone. and who
In many sae. caned be sassily fused, man own. to
Wharf (Mee sad pay their bill,, and urn themselves
perso. despoiling dirt. at saft rote
eon. whatever. on said wharf. will s l
le n dealt with
the Neverse rigor. The extreme point le est apart
fur mewls dirt, telth asoleoft entrees...
-• • .
Bard sabahances, such aa brick-bat., atchtott,
ctinkara and clean cheetahs from iron arorka. foon•Irlos
and ang-lbe .hops, bany be nacalvolebs extant o
nhat la needed. b 7 apply - log .t Wharflk-a
The above Doti. a will Fe totocotal without yr-alas - I
of paraohs. JAIIIO3 ALLEN,
e (JR. 'X'l.ll6l HAIR
socolerfol eftocts of (big snick , 11, restoring
Hair to Ito orl,lnal polor, 'tad produrlog flair tottore
houl nitugettor Wien uff, ur beno.no thin, to rrery
day be..loy, awry umpired. and odtablisbas, be.
yoGA doobt, true 4414--
to That o n riniiaccola, an... in n. am meow, mbar. than Hob
That It unl2 oath it or.. oa Rai LhadA
That it rat mans Ma Nano.: Sarctiots.
not H 1.41rno••• boarkaftaid Ik.od. •
Was tt rtf inane ON Bair &ft .ad
VW it yin warm Orighaol Coins to OM Ad,
TAsa i ociliptantat So Hair/rem Fati. Ql.
Teat 4 oaf cunt edi DiArion Vibe fr.'s,
It I. .1 • Ily• ; Nitrate of Savor, or toy
other ltar re dler.t InJationn to dater Skin or Hair.
Prim, ONE DOLLAR.
SIMON JOHNSTON, GOOBOni
borate. ho. cf Sinlibdeld and Daunt, So., Plotb.gb.
H F.NRY HALE ,Sc W.,
An now receiving their
Fall and Winter Stook
.1.2x1 Mite their [cicada and tho public to evatnliie
their deck, which h the driest and mutt complete
r browtit lo this mark ,t.
AhraTs an band. • lame sworraunt of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
00IINEE, or PENN AND Et CLAM SITE=
DR. L WEINMANNI3
The preparation of ale PM has been the molt of
yemsof 'Jody and practice. They me
table, and therefbm will net Wore the teeth or gum.
They will mere the mon violent Tooth• Ache In • foe/
minutes, then properly need.
Dionlleloo—aeon out the cavity of He Tooth allect.
ad. and dry It well with cotton ; then cur the PUt
the Nn of lb. urn= sad pnato It tight Into the .
tooth, and tom one oath wax or cotton.
This PM am me of rho beat remedial for Mai
abode tog pato.
Prepared and aatd erholeeale arad reran. by
No. =4 OHIO 6211EILT,
retail lea la
And ablo by all wholesale and'
Pittabargi and Allegbeay. nag& miod
USSIAN PEBBLE SPECTAdLER
Notedthetanding the attach at Jealous
opectole Vender., .ho aspire to the opt:-
RIISSIAB PEBBLE SPECTACLES
Are rat - 41144 daily the manbeat *adornments of as
[!flow. All that la wheal ft to ...UM all ah
Spectacle; that ;All and exuata• tb• RUSSIA!?
runt °um rut .ale
J. DIAMOND, Practical Optirtaa,
elsuulactorer et UM. Lase. ruta,t.
IS7 rum •tert. Month. Pon Gu
TEETH EXTRACITA.) WITHOUT
PAIN.—We take lht. utatlool er Inthrinlng oar
!Wends arta the pubic generally that ars cow
vowed LITRACT - UMW WITHOUT PAIN
Jo the practice, of DeulDtr7 There who his,. town
pailpoting this touch dread.' openolon mp my, Icy
arida their twit and give to . call, Ea the aptiarona
we have lu we ham bum thoroughly tonal d trisg the
gat four years, fully utabilakling the nay and ;alto
WI character of the operation. Fic Drugs n,
Wm nor Onlronici Battery need. .1.11 those aleLlog
the service. of • cowl and reliable Nokia will
well to call and ronsclt with
JA/Ltel 8. HIND, D. D,
Ho. 1.12 ruar
6Da. 0. GL'io, 17 etalthiSel4l • , reot, Plo t.,
pURVIANGE'S - -
001111gII nrrs A.ND raaca eraicrrn
Qrd liza &Idol's, am Rtchardam's Jou - Oryltore.
. 1 ".H0T0(112_4..Y1414.
Of every also wtd style, Oda or colored, Dom Ow
popular Own ds Visits w o ol
Cabloot sod lib
Ur. PURYIANCN woold pinta:awl) , roll lb. Att.
tautiost of lb. &DID AND IHIIHM to taw suy sc
ornibillty of this establishment, Wog roo.Lued by •
Sisals short flight of stalls. Priam moderas. sad
satisiaction guantatsa. isy23:lytutells
vvll 250 bop TOO ;
250 bide. N. O. Sugar
00 do T. It do;
170 bbl.. 1148 tool do;
AG do N. U. Whom ;
12.1, 410 N. T
140 amnia T. O. WA! folinial Teas;
tO' do Block Tear;
140 bozos Dark Thu sad Opan 801 l Ti..bs4c4;
40 do Natural Leif do;
25 kop %gluts 044 riot do;
100 do BL Onsb. Bodo;
aOO bbl.. No. 1 laps o.lt ;
sailor* and for ado by SITTIVE ft & LA26)112
- • - -
JlorrEn—Lo paw chola; Dairy;
, • 10 robs do do;
burs do Roll;
eugsso—uo do- Coshes and tooutory,
Apo do Wationalitakur
•• • 400 do Englbll"Dotry;•,••.:
3 TCRIIKT;- , MC FILO; ;,. ' • .-•
AMDDI 40 auks YAW
•1 1 / 1 36:400 ba/tbblo, Lakrucropog:
A1TL144.;41:10 tab ado, GIV.;
_lO 0 0 2 1 1 •11 a Drf trr •. 4 ri• ClAnzugla: '
iirPooked Butter for
wa. UCLA OD.'
9/I 103 1 2 4 -- ,.7'11 1 / 1 i allThifj - 1 ... r
.60 'Tambora Chem; . a .. ,
. LOOO Bockirboai n
formals by di • - 13511. . TOL
"" ,,, a ,, ,: - .,........ - - , .;.,A. ,- .41a-L4,....... - -- , • ...—='—'
.. , ,,,„,,1,-._ ~,,, --. 4- . . .--,,,,1.a . ;,...,4;,,,,,,,......- ... ~ .,:.z.,
Mutt lb. r• t tl. e t • .tcltt;...tan
tan mak,. tt , a I 1 , 1!' n
WHEELER 4 WILSON
• • , .
Hu run n rtu.noit oltich, after • iri.il, ntay
disarpolat, I na a inloilnrent anti tiekvorludgal at:to
mes, as midi •• a G. , ,t'• !involver or a floe's
l'ress. To , 11 .sn Az:Ds wr wvold •ay, therefore,
give Inc WI n
It win 1.11 ;tore t,/ hor Itre. To FATLIED-9 AND
NOTIIZED, tho .up,otlon L. most opportune, Fir•
your dannbtou, n
Wheeler 8: Wilson Sewing Machine.
It will bo to thew . nevor.ralllng Monti DAMN
ED!, who wish toramplitnent 1111.1 r elot.r. ton oast
nor at once creditablo their hoods and heart., lot
thorn .elect for tb.t. prupurc
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing machine.
SONSI In no truy tun you tx.t tor exp.. 7.
7114110,e to the 1,i11,7 who Lure you, than b 7 p
thlff to her
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine.
w d , ...na o at y i . e u satill g ht
your affectiona that you ere wita and worthy
of her confidence and regard, toad Lea a
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing machine.
If you doaln to outnpltenant wan conly marriol
Mae, make Lor tho happy recipient of •
Wheeler & Wilson. Sewing Machine,
Ocooc.egations are non ordering the WHEELER
& WMSO2i SR WINO Mks for theft. pantor's
Ile. Lot thoso•wbo have WM. yet done so, go and
IfiILINDS OF WWI ICH, show your thacerity to
the int...a of the al.a by waking as effort to place
to the bands of es ery sowing nos.. •
B. 11. PALMER,
Wheeler & Wilson Sowing Machine:
NVe aloha for It the follow log attrantegoo or or any
od all other Seem% llorlatnee
my an. ercellonee of
of the fabric towed.
2 Ytvngth , Irrnmesa and durability of oloarn lhi
will not rip or ravol, and made
3. Scummy a !broad.
4. Its attachment,. and vide 'soy, of app-loatic
to poolroom and ma te
b. Coo platenew 10:14 elnipmc o of model and flub&
C. Simplivlty and Mr. ougnuore of conntruction.
7. Speed, ram of ortation and 121.1Mitgettyellt, and
quietnews of 11101,111.. t.
OVER 130,000 HAVE BEEN SOLD
Akir Call and ..lanatn... Inalmetinae given et lb.
homes of the ruschaear, without cbarga Call early
Sales room._:; I , I FTII eITREPT.
Tbrew amore below Men[ Mock-
I'ATENI ENl' OF TH K IHJLLA
,3 SAYINGS I , Ntili. r 'ls mouth. ending N.
L [ E
Amcnnt dna lirpi•llAtom, M
Amount rurapimd from Dep.:ps
i.ra during last .la mes...san,ner C 4
Arntrunt paid w Deporiturg
during haft tlx month... INiOld is
Cuntlnzattt Fend, Jona . ). 15,114 15
last six months.
Runde ar.ii Ifortgages.—..—.CY/5.263
Real Estat• 17,103 .1.6
Siodt ill Pittsburgh Banta— 76,976 t. 3
C. R. 4 per at. liertirkattei
of ludebterlurve......_....—. 2.1ki,11X1 rA
V. S. 8 per debt. Coup..
C. R. 9-20'e,6 per rt. Bonds. 376,000 00
hills Recsiestile .....—.......-. 21,50 i 0)
TLe Trustees hone this day declared a lOrldeml of
THREE PEE CENT. out of the profit. of the last
sin tbs, free of Guerra:noel Taw, melee forth
If not drawn, will Lear Intureet from Dove,
bur Ist. C 1151.9. COLTON, Treasurer,
Pittsburgh, Dee. 11th.
The undersigned, &milting COW mittr, reetnvt
tally report that they hare •mmieed the Treasu
rer'. kapott for the siz montlis ending Noreen
nith, IBC*, nod that they have examined the
&mite or the Bant--consisting of Bonds ned Mort
gag., Deeds of Beal Estate, Certifuntmt of Bank
ntoek. Bill. Ikmleable, C. B. Snctienint. and Bash
on hand-mud Mad the eame to be cottent, and to en,
maputni •lth the .414 U,pGrt.
J. G. DACE:OBEN.
Pittsburgh, inc. troth, va.
FOR THE 1101.1 DAYS.
CLOAKS, of newt styles
FRENCH CLOAKS, Tory handsome
kr Corr i
SHAWLS, Long and Square.
DRESS GOODS, iu great vieriety .
suitable for Presents.
dal N. E. cox Fourth &Market Sti.
Christ ma. Preseetta.
AT CONCERT HALL SHOE STORE,
No. 01 - 1. Erif th !Street.
lair The heat guts in the cua try, and e,lllag
Remaly low. oa.
TQTAfea OF 01111-laltr.tso:i
1.0 ruar to C 005,,, Pu...—rouneylvania, R. 8..
and Rot.. Gantt A Sous ea. btantutilho d radius.
R. R. Petition to torwloo:ldurtgago,
The andereigned hue boon appointed Spada! Com
malstduer In this cut., he audit the claims alpines
aid Company ; thrfoß , . Dotire Le hereby ghren for
the holden thou.( to preeent the ream. tome, at my
oft. 11, St...mann* ur info. FIRST ney
Ur JA /MART, 10tH; mot the ermluartuf mid Com
. pony am hereby further notifiod that a derma for th e
Wel of the mortgage the
Wu of old Rallrud
patty Iran ane taten at the Norentbor tem of mid Court,
ud a nay of execution of the ads theneof Until the
tut day of January, 15de, wee gloated to enable the
m.llton of said Gurupany to agree uput the pits
hontofore aubmitted to them for its toorganlution,
meter of ule certatnly be honed after the
wild find day of J.ury, IWet, tlient. Stoekhadtingra
and creditor. a Uwe hue signing...Oa wri
their mural tot he urrender of oa f .
-half that. euk, ,
and their bete.al on their esinta arninat the C.-
Poor ; and, thurenu, If Neelble, to soul add .1.
and name to the 4.c1./.4larn one-half of their
dock, and tto duce - awl eneiltara their debt, with-
Pat interest, I urgently call nun you 10 :unmet to
JUSTIN G. Iloollltßt, Purriary of this Company at
.i - oar um/tutu of .toes
ovidenc.it of ledeldedu, o ith authority to him t.,
accept the plea of nugatduthm on weir ,
T. L. JLITITT,
tlawtrur awl fpecLa Cocust•slener,
W./JULES/1U DRUG ROUSE.
J. J. BENDER & CO
A AMOLTAALE Dit.IIG AN) 3013611'0 lIOUSE,
No. 311, corner LIBERTY & WkYN-11 sragars,
opposite Talon Panssugur Dup.% and now oßar for
safe • moral suaurttuaut t,f. DRUGS, PATENT
MEDICINES, WRITE LEADS, OILS, PAINTS,
VARNISHES, DI Et:MUFFS, WINDOW BILAM,
Pa:thaw* trill Bud our stcrk .t aIl thuos well
mind, sod prim such as to glas aotlreaatlafactloo.
-a arty and Wa J.
rm st BEN oats,DER
'MAO 0RA.1% •
limps coostostly cot howl s largo •Art Irm i
aposossi rtock of DICK ING. NUT 1D
PLANE, WIN IV MINE sra_ n, PAL.
erumana4, JOSItYIi, APOUTINO. wai
LNRA, to. rite, ko.
Ito will 1111Ardats for BLWKD ern" witi
morn =AO fair rata.
Ir. pcnott." wombat LONO Tall= or Fop-
LAB, aro paillsolary batted to oriuslso bto stock.
..11flrOace co! CoslAstrool, use Borksoca.
1....) , t5T rpos IT,
WHEELER 4: WILNON
alike upnia hotb
.1. M. BURCHFIELD%
Ilse opened Is Pittsburgh
BOORS, r vms,#
BEAUTIFUL airy ATTRACT/US
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
P 1-1()"1" 0 fiaLalat
TII E SUB
Q“Art..., Sm.Al hart.,, Oblong, C.ntri. Table. Pock.t.
Voloot, 10/olIruo; nu - key literwra, panenrd
hattlquo Ezboci,o.l Polanirrn, fluids Una
or, Clatb..te. Tbo largest r,Lrlety ritY• 11 .
tal/In at 151.10 4c1.1 LIC Yl.l et. 4,
All butiagl In Tolsat. Torkil tsith
&lulu =A rim*,) &c.
Bound lu Turkey Morocco, Velnt, Ac
lii greet misty, comprising newly every uen end
etruninini twit pubilahed In ele tenuatry, and In
eludlng• pool aslOrtmentof liinglleb Juvenile Boob.
Printed ha 011 . colon, oa tinted paper, and
cloth. Thew Booke ere peal Knit deserted farad
Mth the ^ tree little once."
F - err Rooks,
A lArg. nanortment on I.nd.
Games and Puzzles for Childpem
The ALPTIAIIET, and the Itabblt that heed L
the Carden at natters.
THE SINGS OP ENGLAND and THE HOUSE
'LUST JACK DNILT, upon firky-two block; 0 ..-
cainletn nine Canoe end nine Posies.
AU°, • take eneartment of CARD CANER, Pr 7,
wRITINO DI/AK 9. .
PAPIER NFASCRE PORTFOLIOS.
CREAM - ER AND CUZSS BOARDS.
OEMs AND CIIEGGER BOARDS.
LADIES' TANGY PCIISRS.
FIND POCKET BOOKS.
GOLD PENS AND CANES.
BOXES OF PAINTS.
And n great vorfet7 of oat, oudni And tangy on
id di table we the Calittays.
W. A. GILDEAFENIIEt
No. 4 FIFTH STREET,
OPPOSTTX TUE TIIKATILIL
FOR t fIILDRICN
RRIETMAS AND - NEW YEAR
PR ESE N T SI
T l .l.l l lidays as feet app Ling, end everybody
will he on the lookout for .012111 thing good and eon.
rloeable for present, Nothing can be mere appro
priate for present Mon the relieving articles
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS 1
ALL 13TTCPA, ALL PRICES, ALL merznlAL.
Over 2UO kinds of the dtrareut toakee,..
A 1.,, the crest PEILADELPIITA ALBUMS, with
corwasiered th. test made.
WY Our Prices Defy All.
We here also • Isms variety of Portekkfonnales,
Pocket Books, Wslists, Pocket Kelfses , Ladle.
Purses, toy Books, Cara Photogesobs, Pocket Bi
bles for (hones Zablnr, Portaillas, Diaries, Clocker
Boards, ebecksrs, Chest, Game ofall kends, liollday
Books of all descriptions, Led .' Wotk Casa, Cord
Cow, SO Wrenn' kinds of Games, and other setictss
too stutoeroas to tesseica.
WII AT 15 WIC= TOIL A PIISSENT THAN •
TEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO A 11116/12111E OR PAPER
We famish them, at Nibllebere Wen, at
I. W. PITTOCE'S ALBUM DEPOT
PINTE STREET, OPPOSITE TICE P.O.
A PULL LLSE JUST U.T.OLTYID,
And yr WI be sold at LOWEII IMICES than any otttar
SCIPICIABLZ HOUSZ ha the West.
A V<ltiT or
Books, Papers and Magazines
Always o► band
LAMS AND oilm= are rupectfally
tad to call sadtatatrdne an
tha atock and prices at
IdldEfi T. sAltpLrs,
No. SD redersl St, Alltighany,
GAZETZER AND ROUTE BOOK
Southern and Border States.
With an suthantic description LIM. titles, towns,
Itladu mountains. "alloys, oprings. £ll the
nsliroad routes, turnpikes and mat raids, with db.
tan., from plans to plods; population and top:.
(mph/m.l situation,. Hy Et Lon:, tats of tho Q.
S. army. With • fine lame illtord Plato Mop.
Ills will b Lead • valuable work Ur War n.,
mutable& a rust Uno.L of infertile., act to b.
had to mkt other work. It not haa the mamma
mad location of plum, but givn a full deactiption of
all place• of arty huportano. la the houlth
271 PAGES, Pd., fe =TS.
Bound In cloth, 75 centl; 111 mast form, tuck
roan. SI ",
bald by .11 Boobellars, Ninndea len sod Sauer..
JOHN P. HUNT, 59 Ptah it.,
NAPO:TIC HAIL, Pittsburgh, Ps.
CUCICL, BEAUTTITIL WiD CIIXAP
ALCM' GOLD px...fs AND CAE; LADIES'
WORE 11051.1 1 6 , ,A7C12111,8, POILTEXONIIATTA
TOOOKS, LSCTUAI, AND AXUSINO
of% Arc., Ac., grey caciaty, at Um now Dock
THOS. E. WAILETIA.II1 1 -
/G 4 Moderal street, Allsgbeoi
ATrAEIKO'S ALUBLR WORKS,
1133 LIBERTY STRUT,
beauttild and nand dasartmeat of
Monuments and firm Stones.
PLASTICS PARIS, SOSZSDALE SSD JOHN&
ONEIL a ,
Iturracrorte.s Ul wins Is - oaat,
Rua 'limp on RAW and trial* to order IRON AND
BRAN SUMEN MSS OLOTR ; RETRO of ati
kttub ; BADDLIS, Foruift two; HEAVY
WORE TOR RTNArOV tar R, AA.; BIND CAGDS, 0 8 . .111 WORK, lb, Mowers, Ac.
AU elm of mai lbr Ws, et
No. 10 WOONTO STRICT
E r §
ofis.., No. 111iWaniad Dty Pitithash.
Dank sloamtasi, ithaisitarts.nowss,
XECILUDICEP =U. mad athtr Itatrwaszo
Writtala drama with maiasse sad
Tlika M:s l t. 44 + plisasas.ass-saaaa
BArato/ 1 4.1. di SOW EltatT4 as
asu, • mess:4l.4'lm, Awnost.
Dlitr GOODS, at&
Lace .Trimmed Setts;
Point Gale Collars and Setts
Sill Combs, !Ivry Ball Combs;
Fancy Money Rags
Silk Scarfs, Waal Scarfs;
Fine White end Colored Fens
Low priced Collar.;
Low priced ScM;
Low priced .llandkert;hiefs;
Sontag, Nubian and Hoods;
Neck nee and Suspenders;
Shirts and Drawers;
Kid Gloves, Fur Gloves;
Winter Glares, all kinds:,
Stockings and Shaker Socks;
Head-Dre.seo and Sash Ribbon‘;
Corsets and Hoop Skirt 4.
INT Wholesale Rooms op stvgra, wen B.IW with
essurtaide polio, LOWF-IT PRIC.
JOB. HORNE & CO.,
77 and 79 market Stmat
ARGAINS FOR THE' HOLIDAYS.
Vq 1:111103 4;t 1 M 3 C 1 ): 11 :q1
Partnased In Scotland, shim Ghtld was at a prosaism
bot per cent., üblzh ere afar et
Retail 2.1 Irtro!mile purclusera will gad Gar dock
complete to EMIT DKPAIVIIIVET. ttpa
terms .n lbe most liboral
EATON, MACHCM & CO.,
TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C.,
Hoc 17 AND 1./ 111 7 711 tiTHECT.
lor SILKS, DRESS
NOD& CLOAKS and
SHAWLS, go to
N 0.59 Market 0
A large Lad .pienclid amortoentof Goorkilbir
HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
Ono Lang, teipart, of •
Morocco Satchels. ' Port-Monis%
Purses and Wallets.
rams To gm
Belts, Belt• Buckles, dot Breastpins
and Bets, Ear Rings, Shawl and
Scarf Pins, Shell Balm, In
laid Shell Combs, Head
dresses, Hai• Nets, Hoods,
Nubia., Sontag, and Comforts.
LADIES' AND GUTS soars.
Maltese, Lee* and Zmbreldezed Ca/.
tars, Sim-sauna and Malmo&
dared ilandkore?ilefse Hosiery,
Gloves, Not tems4lmall Wart*
At Wholesale and Retail.
Gin 1111 • pal belt* purchasing 41.11/benl, at In
fool ambient that our prim Woad ves7
ISA -- Rehm° north Gad Mama elfeet.
Sara, ORR & CO. ,
BARGAINS FOR THS HOLIDAYS.
At LA24114.10 *BON 41 COMS,
dslient Ho. tio moot& •
MEDICATED 01. - YGMT :
N Costa lin
lassg Physician of L i m aliiitttits, &drib. •
sw Tisk. eprzed as el:Surat 80. C num-,
span sznErt. for UssimpAss of rum
sad Mmisdassing OXYQZ,N laD11: 11 /M
OXYGEN:CUD SUR, as a milli,* song la Lang
Mass, Moak Oymplala awl sIS laspixttlis
oh. Mo.& Chs , Xs• saskauss costal. -
delelasitsvP ' • • • • •
VOR BALE—A BMX KTOI7I/1, 13 kot
a: stroke, ID Loeb eplirtder, 13 Bet Iron Wa :
Ina of *boat VA bone power, Moose
two DrpOrkeks, tuba Strunk Glue Boilers sue=
MA's one Mans Beek is", We" Atz Pump Beds *OBI WOK cue Do:eV Ikti
gotttee, about mo BrIBX mid tack Drenutek
AU ottke abets Meta wtti lbs sold at • Mot
ads k 7 uPpbtutesS came al et SSZSIVIBBISP''
ITNPA/D • WATER
1 1 :E a tin; POOR :MD./WNW= TAX.
Ibr Isl 3, an duisa4 meat* oda - to anni calta,
BacalTrCat elty-Tnouroses -Me. Fourth loS_
dunes boldness hem, or ar my - salami No.
Webster stmstompalita tbs WiterWarb, ft= • to
616 =sad 6to o'clock p.ta. • • • -
trulacauTP.7 , L