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21 Apr 1864

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21 Apr 1864

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Pittsburgh Daily Post (Newspaper) - April 21, 1864, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaA amp tet Biho a6eic1eb. A by Pettengill amp 00. No. 37 re Bow. New York City and to. 6 state a treet Boston and a p. Fontaine a co., no. ,63 Nassau Street. New York City Are authorized to take advertisements and subscriptions for us at lowest rates. A we will furnish the daily Post to agents at the rate of $2,00 per Hundred copies. Thursday morning april 21,1864." local intelligence. To i the poor negro. One of our contemporaries waxes warm Over a subject congenial to its sympathies. The 27th regiment United states coloured troops from Indiana numbering some 750 muskets arrived Here on monday morning on their Way to join Burnside at Annapolis. The major regi ment went to an eating House to get his supper but would not permit his men to leave the cars because As he said they might miss the train. The poor Fellows therefore got no supper and the subsistence committee were greatly chagrined and disappointed at having the supper spoiled after staying All night to have it prepared. Of course it was a burning shame on the major to compel tils men to go along supper less but does not the chronicler color his narrative a Little More highly than usual because his sub a sect is coloured How Many White regiments have gone supper less and for that matter breakfast Lesb and dinner less and and yet had no historian to invite scorching paragraphs about somebody a official delinquency we can t defend the major spoken of and would it if we could a major who can command a negro regiment ought to be Able to defend himself. Nevertheless we cannot but re pretend the course of those who having so sedum abortion us a doctor Terrill has been arrested in Cleveland charged with the crime of procuring abortion upon a Young girl of seventeen named Flora Jones who had been seduced by a Young Man named Warner who has also been arrested at Jackson Michigan. The seducer had in addition to his other crimes stolen some three Hundred dollars from his father. The parents of the girl declared that the doctor in attendance upon their daughter assured them she died from inflammation of the bowels and disease of the liver. A the parties implicated in the horrible crime should be most severe v a it Jle Alt with. 3 Tfaye ninth cavalry the Louisville journal says a the 9th Pennsylvania cavalry a arrived in the City yesterday from the front in i route for Home. Four Hundred of the men have i re enlisted. The 9th has seen much hard 6er 1 vice has proved itself a dashing regiment and an Honor to the old Keystone state. May warm i hands extend a Welcome and Bright smiles Greet i each Veteran hero on his return to the friends at latest by Telegraph Fob the Post. A a v a a lust Railroad the Sale of stocks by messes. Davia amp. Mcllwaine last evening Aue Teheny Valier Railroad brought 16,25 and a it itty buts and Steubenville 14,75. This is a pretty we prof a re Mckno of e eighteen month quot so at i Aartola Railroad company authorizing. I Road from Johnstown to a Point Pennsylvania legislature. Special to the Post. Harrisburg april 20. All morning wa9 Consu amp id in a Dis Cussion of the land scrip Bill but with no definite result Bills in reported one for the Relief of the treasurers of Cambria Somerset and Mercer one for More effectually collecting auction fees in Allegheny county one about constables fees in Fayette county one relative to justices fees in Butler Cambria and Washington counties supplement to Johnstown and piously striven to dignify positions of that Char a legislature has passed a very proper and Sensi Acter into the acceptance of White officers now. It upon themselves to Dragoon the acceptors into Complete subservience to the wishes of their Sable charges and the Able defenders of the same. It has become quite common to hold the officers of coloured regiments to a strict account for every Little harshness or Pec Cadillo towards these Especial pets of abolitionism and Many Pensare netted with Swift and dark flowing Ink ready at a moments notice to flourish a spread Eagle it compliment or sweep away a reckless maligned. Thus it happens that the regiment that had its ovation and Flag presentation in new York a Short time ago was clothed in a bran new suits a and a presented Atin appear Anee a that the regi Niento which passed through Baltimore the other Day a were an imposing body of men a a Stine looking and a their uniforms of the newest and cleanest a and that those alluded to above were a Stout and Hearty looking Fellows a a thoroughly armed and equip eds and a anxious to soon a e an Opportunity of revenging themselves on t brutal murderers of their be assured the historian is not Idle when a amp Tinbo is about. He has Many salient Points of interest has Sambo and it is important that he should be fostered and cultivated up to at least an average Standard of fighting qualifications. He dresses Well we Are assured drills Well we Are told and looks the Warrior in every sense of the word if we take the opinion of those who claim to possess the gift of seeing through him the Dawn of a higher and More perfect civilization. If he has not As yet acquitted himself creditably in the Teju it has not been for want of Ampie encouragement. With every assistance that Power Ana resources could insure and every apology for failure he has not More than justified the expectations of those who Are of Little Faith in his Genius. Just now he is above with those who desire to exact from him a pledge to a avenge his slaughtered Brethren at fort Pillow but rather Low in the Market with those familiar with his pings around Memphis in Louisiana and elsewhere. The frequent doses of Blarney Whigob he has received from his numerous admirers of a certain class the importance which has men attached to his color and condition and the presidential tendency to put him in the prominent place in a his speeches has inclined Many a Pale face to sigh for the Sable plumage that work such marvelous and unexpected benefits. At the same time that those reasons make a White Roan Wiah to be a Black i Fayette county one to revive the Erie Railroad company. Gymnastic exhibition a the misses j unimportant Bills passed and a number of unimportant speeches about railroads were made. the afternoon was consumed in discussing and amending the apportionment Bill. A Arious alterations were made to the intermarriage of Ohio 1101150 Bill. The Senate would not know now. Adjourned till to night Ever they Are bound to some time Andy Iose purchasing can be suppose afford to wait. Haskill principals of the school of Light dynasties for ladies will hold h gymnastic exhibition at concert Hall this evening admission 25 cents. The importance of More physical culture to ladies who live luxurious lives is so great that advantage should be taken of this Public exhibition to Institute a fair comparison of the merits of Light gymnastics. Of course the exercises will be highly interesting. Ble Law forbidding the intermarriage of cousins they should have gone further it of. A a a a in that state. In the application of a sound principle and interdicted marriage a every Case where there i blood relationship however Remote it May be but this no doubt will follow in time the Meadville jour., yesterday says a water was let into the i Olini on i us Ciao Ana nov Eure Day Cap Dickson a boat left for Pittsburgh. T he pros 1 House Bill. I its Bill j with the Bill still on second Reading. A Bills in . Lowry one to repeal the Eric City passenger railway one increasing the of Blair county commissioners. Bills passed incorporating the Farmers and drovers Bank of latest from Nero laths. Gen. Banks advancing. Fight at pleasant Hill. Pec sofa brisk Trade on the Erie Extension inv Nesburn passed to third read iii quot the of Calm. Charter to transit life insurance co. A i or st. Clair one for the we Iron works sold the mount Alto Iron i land Gas and Coal co. Works in Franklin county hate been sold for or. Graham-$250,000. The Iron business is looking no at i Large number of Idle furnaces have changed Lurn Pleto. Passed. Quot lla quot quot a Senho inwntto1ni�?T&xz 1 supple enl to Foster Coal Moreland county. Of navigation is hailed with great satisfaction by hands est More one for the Union purchased by parties who intend to put thu operation at the earliest possible a it period. Co., West passed. Adjourned. More of Well has been a Nln he se9slor-�?Bills passed finally. Sunk on the Allegheny River about two Miles or Latta supplement to charter co below Walnut Bend by a or. Phillips which is i Luthia Oil in yielding it is said seven bund red barrels per 1llu�?o�?oa j11 map. Supplement to charter Westmoreland it is said hat not Les Thau three hundreds Rev a Nai Raita p8?81 Down the Susquehanna or. Graham Bill to pave Duquesne he or on monday. Immense quantities of Lum a a Usu Ceuch behave been taken to the Eastern Market b and the cry is a Estiu they come Soldier named s. W Sunderland attached to the Provost guard died at the Girt he was burled with military . Or. Hajje. Rard House honors. An up country Exchange say a we have nut heard whether a draft commenced on the 15th inst Happy simplicity. Two lots on Budd Street Jin Cannatti West of st. Anthonys Church Oue for seventy one a Chirs and fifty cents per foot $1,673and the other at seventy eight dollars per foot including the Stone work. $1,716. Know and appreciated by ail As the most pleasant most effectual and safest remedy for notaries Public. Savage barbarity entirely at variance with the picture which abolitionism has hitherto held up to the Public View. Several times within a Short period have Western White regiments and batteries of artillery been called to Aid in suppressing mutinies Ana barbarities among the coloured troops. And still the farce of negro worship goes on a a a a a a still the president makes his pretty speeches a Eie Sant Cabinet Case in Good order about a Liberty a and still Congress strikes the i t a. Eccl Bllard auctioneer Lyord a a White out of the Bills creating new j diseases incident to the summer months such As diarrhoea dysentery a. Sold by All druggists. Grover pfc bakery a machine at morning next at 11 o clock at masonic Hall auction rooms 66 fifth Street will be sold one g. Amp. B. Sewing machine states for the Union. More than this. It is opted in the last rhetorical Effort of the great joke that retaliation May speedily be visited by him upon White men prisoners of the South for the transaction at fort Pillow. And then what Why re retaliation of course. And then 7 then it which Section of the people can Excel in barbarity. Alas poor i a a a a negro where Are you Drifting your White Skye a. Brethren t a for loan a the dime savings institution has $20,000 to loan on Bond and mortgage at a reasonable rate of interest. Apply at its office Smith Field Street opposite Rev custom House. D. E. Mckinley Sec y. White below is at least one White Man in the United states who seems to be heartily and honestly ashamed of Hia color. His name is Elizur Wright and he hails from the the following Are extracts from a letter of this poor demented creature addressed to the Anglo Aruan a in View of the poverty of White intellect As exhibited in this War As a general Rule irom the president downward. I should rejoice to see some coloured Man Frederick Douglass for example placed in the presidential chair a and again a i have often passed for a Black Man where i have been known Only by my writings. This i Gaye can soldered rather complimentary to my Royal character and of late years i have come to consider it a compliment to my intellectual Caliper i we do not believe any respectable coloured a Man or woman would want to Misc Senate 1 with any member of the family of this latest j specimen of a a mean a i Book notices.�?1"journal of the discovery of the source of ,�?� by John Hanning Speke from the press of Harper a bros., new York j this is a most interesting work of nearly Coo i pages profusely interspersed with maps por nuts and illustrations. It is really a Relief in j these times of War and turmoil of politics to be Able to dip for an hour or two Luto the pages Ofa work that can Charm away the shadows that envelop our country and amid scenes far Distant lose sight of those immediately surround Book is for Sale by Henry Miner a the life and services of maj. Gen. Meade from the press of B. Peterson Philadelphia. This Isa Twenty five cent history of the general being a Brief sketch of his Early life and a full history of his official services from his Entrance into the army in 1835 to the present time containing also his official reports speeches Orden Etc. The admirers of Gen. Meade and others will find in it much to interest them. For a ale by Henry Miner fifth Street. Anthony Kysa Joseph Meyer amp son i ma��uvact�orkb8 of. Peiji and fancy a furn More and chairs warehouse 135 Smithfield and 424 Penn sis., Between 6th st., and Virgin Alley Pittsburgh. Insurance Agency. I have bees duly commissioned and licensed to not for the Folio wine reliable a 6 fire Marine and life insurance companies Phoenix capital. Of Brooklyn n. Y. $500,000, with a Large surplus. Washington of new York. Capital400,000 00 assets feb. I 1804686,180 46 unsettled claims. 2,826 00 capital and surplus.$682,8lu 45 this company issues participating policies its script dividend have been 60 per sent. Per annul for three years past. American life amp Trust of Phi la. Capital. 600,000. Ror further information apply to _ s. A. Bryan broker and insurance agent ____69 Fourt it Street. Coal land on the Penn a. Or Pon mh22 one to permit a ran id i Luu Unur to sell certain real estate. Or. Householder charter masonic Hall Huntingdon. The balance of to a evening was consumed in a sing a it local Bills. Bills reported me relative to constables fees in Cambria county. One for paving Duquesne Boroug i streets. Gone relative u throughout the state one regulating the Mode of soldiers voting in the Field. One relative to vehicle licenses in Pittsburgh and surrounding cities and i towns. One to vacate the port of Allegheny. One relative to new Brighton Turu Pike one to establish a ferry in Cornplanter township. Venango county one relative to the collection of taxes in a Washington Borough Washington county. One requiring the auditor general to furnish copies of surveys to county sur a Vegors. One relative to Surveyor of Allegheny county., one to elect additional justices for _ arro Iton Borough Cambria county. A one to increase of Butler county 1 commissioners. One relative to the poor of Fayette j county. One concerning Butler county courts \ one fixing place for Bolding elections a a in second Ward Johnstown. 1 one for laying out a state Road in al i j Leheny and Washington counties. Night House took up i the Bill for the Relief of the people oft be j Borde counties in the lower portion of quot i the state who have suffered from rebel raids. A i or. Smith of Chester moved to j j Amend that the United states the claims bound to be just in Case the i state pays at the end of the War Amend i Nunt Loo. A or. Sharpe s amendment slate As soon As claims Are Ascer talked some $150,000 was also lost. 1 alter various minor amendments the previous question wa9 Cal de. New Yolk april 20�?tbe Steamer Liberty arrived to Day with new Orleans papers of the 14th. The True Delta has dates from grand encore to the eth and Alexandria to the 9th inst. Gen Banks Headquarters were at Naethe Tiehes. , of the gunboat Chillicothe was killed by the guerrillas on the oth. A slight skirmish took place at comple on the 2d, leu Miles above grand encore Between the rebel general Marmaduke a forces numbering about 4,000 und the Advance of colonel Dudley a cavalry in which we lost ten mortally wounded and seven slightly including Lour officers. The loss of the enemy was much greater. A All was quiet lit Alexandria the River was still falling. There is no news of the Battle reporte via Chicago in the new Orleans papers. The Battle is said to have occurred on the 8th, one Day later than the above advices from grand encore. The Steamer evening Star arrived at new Orleans on the 11th inst from new York. The Steamer Star of the South from Portland with the 1st and 2d Maine cavalry aboard had also arrived. The Steamer Cassandra from Portland with another detachment of the same cavalry had also arrived. A the quarantine regulations Are to be rigidly enforced below new Orleans on and after the first of May. The new Orleans times has a letter from Alexandria dated the 8th inst., stating that no special news had transpired. The army was in Fine spirits and moving steadily upon Shreveport. The crop prospects in Northern Louis Lana and Jackson were improving excepting the wheat and Corn crops which Are said to have been destroyed. At new Orleans the weather was warm and Mosquito plenty. A letter from Alexandria la., dated the 9th inst., says the rebels were burning All the Cotton on the red and Una Chita Rivers. It was reported that the Waters of the red River had been turned Down the Bayou Pierre and theold Channel for a Hundred Miles also that two brigades of texan troops had got up and had some skirmishes. The United states troops continued to Advance beyond Natch Tochia on the 8th. Uter . Amp. Al Samial the mexican que8tiqj� settled. A a a a a 1 Maximillian to sail on the 12th. New York april 20. Steamer australasian arrived at this port tonight from Liverpool. The bombardment of Vonderburg and Ruppel continues vigorously. The mexican question has been settled. Maxamillia will accept the Crown on the 10th and sail a Day or two afterwards. Gladstone a budget is favourable As it reduces the income tax and the sugar and insurance duties. The capt. Of the United states Steamer Kearsarge in a letter to Marquis Clanricarde defends himself from remarks made by the Marquis in parliament and denies that he Ever enlisted men but on the contrary says the Ken Sage has More than her complement. Or. Layard in reply to inquiries said the English consuls confirmed the a a cad st Point amps a Ltd securities. I car bad by 8. S. A blab big of Khz 50 4th or. Dunks. A in. A. Par value. Last sales. Bank or Pittsburgh. 60 a a i a amp Ftp Jav. 60�?T 1 m8nufac bk60 mechanics Bank. A Allegheny Bank. �3, oft Zenny Baric. A a Iron City Bank. A Iron City Trust co. A a Manchester savings Bank i i a 60 bir amps �?~coa"d1"�?~ura,1ie Citize Enby insurance co a w Ester Janmir amp Oce co. Eureka insurance co.1 m org. Insurance co. Allegheny Valley r. R. Pittsburgh amp Conna. R. A. A a to interest bearing. Monongahela Nav. Co. I Monongahela Bridge. Allegheny insurance co. Peoples insurance Pittsburgh Gaa co a Western Penna. R. . St Steubenville r. R a j Penna. Ins. Co. 60 42 50 32 50 60 at or Copper stocks. Masa mining co. 26 25 60 00 60 60 47 a 27k 27 28 86 Iril Ingv to so api. Thor boat �arfqanxot/vnfrmfre1 leaves to Day of of Cir so i Ina a nov Dro no Yilien f a it sri amp . . A i m8. Kate quot a counts of kidnapping irishmen in new Northwestern mining co y Ork and Boston and lord Lyons had a a made representations to the american government and an answer was expected. The attorney general made explanations As to the commission sent to Egypt to take evidence As to loci do rams and the commission was returnable on the 13th of May when the Crown would proceed with the Case with All dispatch. Great Western Dacotah Pitts and Boston National North Cliff Bay state Central Isle Royal Minnesota Aztec. 7 06. 1 00 a 6 66. 6 60. 3 00. 1 75. 5 00. 16 10. 3 60 Allegheny co. Pittsburgh Bonds. Compro. 5s i -0. 5e pins. Municipal 5s Allegheny co. To r. A with Back coupons. Pittsburgh tor. A Witback coupons. Pitta it Conn r. R. Raport. 6s a. \. R. R. Is snort. 7s Allegheny co. Bounty hoods. Allegheny City 4s. Pitta it Steubenville. 106 90 07 Money Market. The fugitive slave Law. A Washington april 20.�?mr. Wilson introduced a Bill to Amend sections of an act entitled an act to establish the Treasury department approved september 2nd, 1789. The Bill forbids government officers and agents from purchasing lands sold under the confiscation and tax Laws or. Harris introduced a joint Resolution in reference to the taking of tie census for 1807. to the in Dicaro committee. 58mr. Lane Kansas called up the Bill. Making an additional Grant of land to Aid in the construction of a Railroad and Telegraph line in Kansas which was i passed. The subject of appointing a Yommi Tec of conference on the Mon Tona itch came up and was debated by Pittsburgh produce Market Wilkinson Henderson and Trum Buie. A Opp Ioe of the daily pot the morning hour expiring uie Bill was quot a a Laid Over. A a pjtt3bve8h a step by fms they cd new a a a a a a a a Iuli i Amo quot i air it a hither boat8bubsoriblng Willihaven Thor name added to the Uetro. T a a a quot so Lluc Oist Rover. Quot -. A i it a. It flip r West Mot anti. New a Jorty a Raj Vulcan. I Semi amp st goofy friends -1 ans. E. Gilmore in Alpha Charay fora Kenton a Glide. J a m. Is me haal Reserve. To 15 5 6 96 3 8 23 74 26 79 9 go Argonaut no. 2, Nevada America a Damsel. Areola ,. Far agony a Kate Robinson a. A capt. Andereon>ajiewho3iot�etjau�ched. Ap20-lw a a i a a. Coerr ted daily pos the mobs into Post by j the a ,m?ow�?os��?ogr.a��, Beiling 11,68 tar Golf Silver amp a. A fold Silver a a demand notes a change it Sterling per Pound. Pru Salao. Florins. Buying 1 65 1 �8 i �3 1 big 8 u0. I 17 68 Selling Ilo Weitl 1 a a Lvuv swe a Tuu Pettif Obiora to any nay�7atlbg to Heimoz Onga Hela that Bali re iii a the Large it eur a eruption to arid fund v u a o a Nav a ap20-lw Cumi Hitty a. The Bill to repeal the fugitive slave Law came up in order. Or Foster add Rosst a the Senate in support of the Bill As the new Orleans times letter from. Baton Rothge on the8th says on wed j a mended by or. Stunner mesday last our Advance cavalry had a Small scrimmage at pleasant h 1within five Miles of Shreveport in which we had a few men wounded and the enemy about the same sumber again on thursday morning another fight took place about five Miles above Natchitoches. Our troops were driven in but rallied when the Neiny had to Retreat with a Small loss. Our loss was a killed and wounded. Thursday. April 2issi. Al s1nlss�?yesterday was not very Active i to demand for Moat articles has fallen off. The unsettled state of the Stock Market has no doubt operated against Trade generally. Among the sales were the following Viz a a a Grain corny a few Hundred bushels was Philadelphia april 20-last Ove j a we to Fuad sic. 1�?T20�1�?T26 v Baeb �at3�?�?oaies j ninja in the sword contest at the new hides Bales Green salted at a us pc Green i Ork fair at the close of the polls the a a Sci erect a Ltd Kins at us dry Flint j i amp Var no lot��?Tri�rsje40 0bls 0ity in a Ati Cienan . Irant s maj onto ,4. Log a i at 8lt20j some were asking $1.25 Gal g a the sales a Ere a from store at a the free state convention is fully in a sly organized for business. Some thirty in bbl Choice extra family at a gees from red Riverhead arrived at new t pot a treasurer. Tre. A a a a act hzssb880h.w order of bonders f the Ristp Shoal my up i Ual Enigma of the the Teeth Cecii thu Angstl pre ghost this evening. Tie Pete Tea air amp a fact drama of wonderful interest and oath quot Amily at is it tion Orleans. Congressional. Washington april 21.�?honsic. House immediately went into committee of the whole on the 8tkte of the 1 Union Illinois in the chair and resumed the consideration of the internal Revenue Bill. The general debate has been closed and therefore discussion will be permitted Only on the amendments in five minute speeches. Among the amendments some of which were merely verbal the number of Rev i Enue agents to be appointed Brahe see rotary of the Treasury to Aid in the re vent detection and punishment of frauds on the Inteman Revenue was in 1 creased from three to five. Or. Kasson Towa from committee on uniform weights and coinage re i ported the Senate Bill providing for anew cent coinage composed of 95 parts i of Copper and 5 arts of tin and Zinc and 2 cent pieces of same composition be said the government would front i this arrangement derive an advantage of Quarter of a million yearly. Or. Stevens a opposed the till lie i said under the present Law Nickle was used anti for this purpose capitalists had 1 been induced to work Nickle mines one of which was in his District and to pass 1 this Hill would be a serious loss to them 1 the Bill was passed j prom Washington. Washington april 20. Secreta try of War has ordered that new regiments of heavy artillery which mar be organized anti tilled up to the. Legal t1�?,�3.? Kervine toxic and a drifter. D in cutters English bitters. A sure cure for intemperance. Potatoes Sale l Carload of mixed at $1,05-3� ,p?kiw8atsbl5a u do Buckeye it of 1.40 bbl Choice at 4 bbl. I Eger so a Saless Barsat 22c 6 do at 20c 8 do at 22 7 do at20@2ic 2 do at 23c. Apples Batea 140.bbls at $4. Better Salee 10 bins at 42c 4 do at 40c 6 3%�id.dost44c 28 a no Dothe Erma i grocer ies sugars Sale a uba at 17@mac Orleans at 1& a to surf exp Moa svs Ldar i a i. I Devi us. /. a Saku. A. Ohl bpm Saab a. Harry spire of Sale .v.v�?T. To Jef Smirk with so i re or Betsy Baker. Quot mama<tuk.,. To Wukol Man tuesday a Yenti. April a path Jug Fri or. Sales of 10 Hhd 1-l a a i8@l9c.r. Rico at i is and Coffee sugars were unchanged molasses sales 15 bbl old at 90c j. family medicines.1 a a him 1 30for w a n try 90c syrups teen sales 30 bbl Atio a Dhu d. Jaynes songs famil Rioe sales for Rangoon. Of who sales 75 half bbl Lake herring at $o,50 Hite fish sales 35 half bbl at 8,50 it of Der to tvs it t j 15 shia 3 Large $13 20 Hlf la Taulai a is do at $6,75 sales 20 a bus no. 3 Media a to n a t i a i. _ 1� half bbl do at $5 50 or option cos Pul Mon a Tome and pills. h e 1j my old s celebrated Bucu amp Sarsaparilla and ail other family medicines can be found genuine at the Pittsburgh drug House Torrence amp a trait Comer of Market a treat and fourth. To Fuffy Medicine chemical perfumery prints Oil Lead Vir Rishea brushes trusses supporters shoulder braces and All articles usually found in uru stores of first Quality for Sale Low Torrence pc Mtrask feb no a 70 mater it quot Hrey. Comer of fourth. Smith Pafik amp co. L medium at. To it a to 10,000 of Tarot Sho Idem at 12s Plain hams sales of 5,000 its amp 16c s c hams a alb 8,000 lbs at 17c. Uhe Ekset we note sales 20 Bxs at i3@i4c. Salt sales 45 bbl at $2.25. 47 we sales 10 loads at be Arriea at 4346 Pittsburgh or. Tilde. J office of the Davit Post i i thursday april 21, 18s1. J the Oil min Ket yesterday was inactive buy i refused do take hold at the rates demanded by holders hence we have but Little to report this Morin i. The Only Aries that came under our notice were the following i c2rude�?sales 104 bbl at 23o, packages to be Liberty Street . The Geek ten aged. Ltd tic Boekes Ike Cutsy a a Esh Burgh Udall Eay oies and Fifthe Droit doors open at r Midi Volt. Performance i commence at 8 of clock. Ap2i-td. The old original and"0sly Campbell s minstrels will give three optic air Jet pm Lnger he oplan at conc per. A anal Ava a a a Pipa Vvs 2kj5e_is<.j .%5�i? a. Is. Y a a a Ash. Teit bbl. Delivered to Cana at 28c 160 do packages included. Refined sales 50bbls Cloudy free Oil at madef�?~25cek�?smai1 aale8 of deodorize drag 1 iai Lew 8oflgfi, a dices �?T4 residuum1�?was held at $4,25. I new York cattle Market. 2s?, br.,�?o�?� b4. Stun Dart of 1,738 officers and men with ninth Ward foundry i in to Pond of Twenty plays from this Date 1 although prices areas i vie a. R Ritt Jbf Roh. Warehouse no. 146 firsthand 120 second its. Manufacturers or sit sizes Aid description a of Coa Oil retorts and stills Jasmand Slater Mes sad Irons. Hog Irons. Wagon boxes Seal Moulds putties. Hanger and couplings. The draft i ii be deducted from the quota j tin quot Mio Umsu 1 my Cly mrs of every de scrip for draft. Having compile the machine shop attached to the report from the Senate military ai1 ncc<�?~8, u it a a a Bat ill be carefully committee by or. Lane of Indiana u a wed few m Zvy h i i k swill be received and credited. If regiments Are not full on or before the 10ih a of May the recruits will he Pul into other artillery or infantry regiments. This order will not postpone the draft but such troops As May be raised prior to that the quot Bellg Loius loj Altys the East Pennsyl. Vania conference of the a United Brethren in Christ a at a recent session held in Schuylkill Haven passed the following Restout Lounary j gems in relation to two of their shepherds j a a whereas their disloyalty to our Church and thet country with fit Triem Best to be among the _ friends of the Southern rebellion and the sym tuesday Eves Aig May 3d, 1864. Path Zera with Davis pc co therefore quot . Avery valuable tract of i excellent Coal situate on the Pennsyl i Vania Railroad near a a Hawkins dump a about 10 Miles from Pittsburgh. If not sold at private 1 Sale before that time this property will be trere at Davis auction House i news from general Banks. Fight at Alexandria the rebels repulsed. Betel Ltd that their names be erased from our conference journal and that the presiding elder of the Harrisburg District demand their License and that they be considered no members of our Afi that is needed to make the above com jute is the following Beto ted. That the lord our god be instructed to rescind and withdraw from them All the benefits of the divine Promise and that Tley be doomed to Puffer the extreme penalty of those who commit the unpardonable a in. Sew House and new . W. H. Mcgee no. 10 st. Clair Street has Jast received from the East a very Large and handsome Stock of French cloths Cassimeris fancy English German and american coatings Ana Casal Mere of almost every style and color. From this magnificent Stock he is prepared to make up gentlemen a wardrobes in the most fashionable and Workmanlike manner. Hig workmen a of the very Best class and cannot be excelled la this department. Those who teat the Capa hurties of the a establishment will be perfectly a Ati Ifield in every respect. In addition he has everything belonging to a first class gentlemen a . Give him a Call we Are sure that having once been to no. 10 st. Clair Street you will not forget to go again when in want of an outfit inquiries As to terms �fcc., May be made of col. W. G. near the premises. Rev. W. F. Lauck a Braddock a Field or Hopkins by Lazear attorneys at Law apl2-law3w .__ij03 0t Lake Superior Copper mines and smelting works. Park my Curdy amp co., of Sheath Brazier s and Belt upper pressed Copper Bottoms prised still Bottoms Spelter Sod ius Dorsc to the House Dili for paying a Bounty of $27 to nine Mont list men. Rep resents Liat the love nor of Pennsyl i quot Vania exceeded his authority in prompts ing a Bounty to men enlisted under the i Call of the president of August 4th, 18�3, for 300,000 militia for nine months that the War department ordered the discontinuance of further enlistments on learning of the governors action that by mistake of Tho mustering officer there was 9,984 men of Vermont regiments who were allowed such Bounty in addition to 18,884 of Pennsylvania militia. It would require to the Rei mailing 61,48? to Nikitik tie sum of $100, -557,175,the payment of which is re raise Cleopatra or. Marble f Inonu tor while Der cd. Also importers and Deais Raia Mot is j Abate ecord tin plate Sheet Iron fire acc. Tia slow. Signed. A. Pennock feet Captain. Battle at Yesville by j Washington april 20. follow i ing was received at the Navy depart i ment to Day at noon Cairo 19 7i.�?hon. 1 j Gideon Wells Secretary Navy i have i i received private letters from red River j one dated grand score la., april lot la a and one dated Alexandria 12th, stating Tomt the army under Gen. Banks met j with reverses on the 8th near Mansfield. J our army fell Bank to pleasant Hill and where they have been suffering since the the next Day the rebels attacked them Battle they were brought up to Mound and were handsomely whipped. The City Hospital. Los is heavy on both sides. The and the guerillas made a raid recently t., we on a As Lizard from was about 1 upon Cotton Plantation near tenses the River la., about forty Miles below Vicksburg quire As a gratuity no such Bounty having been promised it is held that the government should not repeal its own wrong acts to its injury. Latest from fort Pillow. Cairo april 19.�?ten More wounded soldiers at fort Pillow was picked up a few Days since from their hiding pares and other i for Sale by Marshall 87 Wood is. It although prices Are As write As Thev were last week the Trade is not As a Kiri air t for drovers because Thuch a of Trade though Salesman cannot get As Liberal estimates of weight. The wholesale butchers Are also More careful in their purchases having suffered last week in consequence of the Large number of fresh cattle brought in and sold thursday Friday and sat lib Nyk quot 0t which were killed and brought with Market in compete ton ill the High priced purchases of last Mon a o 5 a a Torii on Sale to Day is of fair averse or hive this year a mostly from Illinois Aid s tat i including a Large lot from. Missouri. Of course there Are thin i a quot cats and oxen and some that should quot not be a int i extra a it ten it a it rate lately current hat e tempted owners of some very rough Ca Aora ans Gate no .,.cint,. A i so Oil. Id. .-f.ec. It a a a Blower promenade enter 1 Stock to Send ird feh and chafe reason to fear we a to Fra a the country of store. Wil a u future t1� Price will i old first i for Sver amp i previous years. Lewis new system j f p5f8 be already Serios isly affected or lieu Cand parlor gymnastics is to be Eiven i far Ersi in to my Vicinity who depended upon aug Cert Hall on thursday even i e to apr to p g. April 21st, the class to appear in full cos ? a amp by will be quite ftp9 Light gymnastics exhibition of or Dio or Liet and parlor. A a a a. A quot a Market in april to Graz Wear in full cos Tju he quite Una tume. A series of fonts with the Light dual. A pity not Danng to venture upon Hells exercises with then my Nash Bing and i it re 3il Bere a. The Best a cd Are to be performed besides other highly extra of Holiday Quality Sells entertaining exercises All to be enlivened by a a a i?,�170 of p1 to net of meat seller musical entertainment. A i sinking offal that Generaux voted Sood fair door open at 7 of clock exercises to commence 4>��uty at 16@l6c. At 8 precisely. Admission 25 cents children a a a a up Root to in airt treasure chs a steams Jet nine motor ? a a ruin entirely of Daes will bes a Merit a a Sulg �.f7�>mhemagssstw6ritlw. Manufactured by tha company will be Gratl it Zoriy distributes to the vlsx�?o5t on Friday eve Ninfi april list Af&Gteaati-�?~�f2?. .1ib�-pfe9e�?otml it it theauthor �?~bibitiononansicc8-&aff telegrams a complaint. A for some time past we have been annoyed by the receipt at a late hour of the4night, of telegrams that Are word. N ight before last thare were two pages of this kind of stuff the night before one a tie and scarcely a night passes without More or less of the same sort. Can to the agent of the associated press remedy the matter t the evil is getting too serious and too common 10 be submitted patiently to any longer without a complaint and an apology to our readers for a deficient telegraphic column. We Hope the matter will be remedied soon by the parties whose business it la to furnish properly written reports. Purifying the Harrisburg Telegraph approves a the sentence of the mayor of that City by which a couple of a women whose characters Are not above suspicion a were sent off to Carlisle As vagrants and yet the same paper is contending very strongly of retaining the legislature at that place. A ooh consistency a a. A Berry spot of ground which a a in May have attached to his premises ought to be cultivated. This year with something that will Supply the a up Sale by a constantly on hand tim ens machines and tools. Warehouse no. 149 first and i2u second streets. Pittsburgh a. I a special orders of Copper Cut to any desired a pattern feb i Daw j a 8/brya�, i notary Public 59 fourth st., burkes building office hours from 9 a. M., to 6 of clock p. I aj>2capturing a Large number of mules and Lior ses. They carried off w. R. Allison of Zaitoon 111., after getting to a Safe i distance they made him dig his on grave 1 and made some negroes Bury him. This statement was derived from plan ters who arrived Here and can be relied. On. The guerillas along the River Are Patrick had arrived with Ove one Hun a me the 8t.eamef from Cincin to be The dwelling occupied by the under ecu situate us my Bluff near Marion Street 8th Ward. Possession Given immediately. A in quire at no. 8 Market Street l�?~�4td s. Morrow Beckham a Bong no 127 Liberty Street Pittsburgh pa., agents for �?�kus8ell�?Te Mower and reaper Buckeye Mower my i and 8r j Mower and reaper Farmer mow also horse rakes Hay elevators and fanning and agricultural implement of All kinds. 6 ap20 table with an article of food. The mph Price of a Ete btes and the exorbitant prices of very Tito amp else demand that the people should Nimit Forward every Effort to increase the Supply of 1 $ in Audreth be it songs Gari Ocif Jfe seeds onion setts Buckeye a steel Chili peach blow and Sweet seed potatoes Cegred and for Sale by the Sebek Retreat with heavy loss. Cincinnati april 20, the commercial dated _ Kentucky april 19th, says that Captain i Patrick had arrived with Over one Hnz i a _ j a c dred prisoners captured in the Battle at reported seeing about200 guerillas i Paintsville and half Mountain on lick o ?.�sn�?~?n la and bout 40 Mylea above ing River. Hodges rebel in Ade attack a Heri 3, 7a? fired int0 i de colonel Gill Smiet a Force at paints a ert y alb0 1 lnt0 he a ppm site a Ville on tuesday but was remind Rob i Shawneetown no it damage done. A noted Clergyman pardoned. Louisville april 20.�?Rev. Colin fair Banks who was implicated with Delia Webster in enticing slaves from Kentucky several years since and who had served twelve of a sentence of fifteen years in the Frankfort Penitentiary was pardoned by lieutenant governor Jacobs while performing the executive duties during governor Bramiett a absence from the state. The Steamer Liberty no. 3 on her upward trip from Memphis was fired into by guerillas from the Kentucky a up of a Stersic site so be i vill i �njue8day�?T but Jas repel food col. A a a on al Gillespie pursued the retreating Reb Els with 800 men of the 14th and 39th pc Stuckey regiments and surprised i them on the 14th inst., in Camp at half Mountain capturing seventy prisoners two Hundred horses four Hundred sad Dies three Hundred stand of Small arms and All their Camp equipage. Eighty five rebels were killed and wounded. A Large amount of stolen property was recode red and returned to the citizens. The rebel Wagon train was captured and by burned. Our loss is one killed and four Beckham pc Long a. Ap20 no. 127 Liberty Street Pittsburgh wounded. The rebels Dereco minaded a la colors Magenta a rum i a 16ols. Ciao Prentice May and Edfin. Shore on sunday at Midnight onnolite acc Bobins Jegg eel Green Blue and White Sod col. Clay is among the prisoners. A Shawneetown. The boat received one a a j Hundred and fifty shots. Some of the j Washington april 20, presi-1 shot passing through her Cabin the tb0 of Nebraska to form a con Andino oness injured. Hugh Gesne Stit ution and state government. It is member of the Kentucky legislature a api i in Tho highest style . . �7 Woodst tol total shoes and gaiters air prices at Borland a s6 Market st. Therefore a Law. Member of the died Here to Day. Der t Welve years 16 cents. Tickets to be obtained at the principal music store and also at the or ____________________apl4-iw the partnership hereto. Lore existing Between a. J. Baker ?�?T10.�?T we Wilson. George t to and other doing Busl nest under the i name of Monongahela Coal jo., is Here by dissolved by Mutual Bua Inesa of will be settled by a. J. Baker Ami All having claims will present them immediate la those owing the said firm Are expected to Call and 8e,? a. J. Baker Thos. Wils6n, we. Wilson t go. Frant ap4-lwd and others. Talu Able farm for Saxe 138 acres of land 50 acres of Choice Timber Large bearing Orchard and a Young Orchard a All tillable land and in excellent order Fence in Good repair dwelling House Spring House Stone tenant House double barn and stable Wagon Sheds and other out houses Good Springs Etc. Situate fourteen Miles from the City on the kit taking Road adjoining Rural Ridge Post office near schools churches and Mills. Apply to a s. Cuthbert a sons �?T___61 Market st. Family flour to leu 60 bbl Beans Loo a a red potatoes 76 u Roma site apples 200 pkg Mackerel bbl and ulv so in store and for Sale by Patterson pfc Ammon __ap7_____no. 6 Wood at a arge and fresh arrival of my Spring and summer boots. Shofu gaites and Balmoral of the latent Kryca opening every Day and the Ehy apr st in a he City. J. H. Breland my la a 98 Market st dwelling houses wanted in Good locations in the City or suburbs at from <2,000 to 6,000. Apply to st pc sons ap5 61 Market Street. Brooms�?30 Doz. Corn brooms a just received and for Sale by ap4 Fetzer i Armstrong Corner Market and a jul its. Barrels for Sale it second hand Ikon bound by a Swingen pc co i hand Ikon bound byh. Mrs mh4 in cutlery a Large As sort. Ment of table and pocket for al quot James b Reessiss-150bbls apples just received and for Sale by ap4 _ j for Sale by Fetzer a Armstrong Omar Market and font Ata. Philadel Plula cattle Market. I 18�?t�e reach de nearly 1600 head an increase of about Loo week and the Market was Dull but a without much change to note in prices Osco i pared with last monday the sales ranging at from 810 to $16, including extra Quality which j sold at 15>@6 the 10 yes. The following Are j the particulars of the sales made Public at the i Avenue Yard to Day cow a about 220 Ivere uttered and from $25 to>10 each for springers and $30 to 88 for cow and calf. Hous were better and All offered �ome2i60 sold at from $11 to $13 the 100 is. Get mostly at Gibbs Union Yard. She kit were rather lower and Verv Active Ivity. Sales of 4000 head a offered at 9ffiio�� la Gross. I Rke Rodelphia april 18.�?36 Hhd. New Orieann sugar at i5@16hc 306 bbl do. Do. Molassesaf83@96j�c. Al cask markets by Telegraph. A Ginevr York Morret. In a Vbk. April firm Laoo 10 too Chi of 7e�?os flour Arm a ties of it a b@7,80 Lor state 7,90� a a o. 8@8,30 for Southern. Wheat �,000 Bush at $1,42 sales of Michigan Ai $1,85. Bus at $1,8s@1,35. Pork steady at j6@26,25 Bacon due. Lard heavy at 14c. Whisky lower at 8 to 10c. Sugars Arm. Conc Lenatt Market. Co Ignati april 20.�?flour firmer superfine $6,26@6,s0 wheat firmer at red $l,40@l,42 White $i60@l,52 Corn irregular at shelled $l,06 @1,08 ear $1@1,03 Oats advanced to 83c Maky a a Small lot was disposed of at $1,09 provia Ione quiet but firm sugar cured hams advanced to i8o groceries firm. Gold declined to 65@6& and Silver to 64@66. Black Diamond steel works Pittsburgh a. Park brother amp go., 1� of Best Quality of defined cast a eel a so flare Flat and Octagon of All sizes. Tast Assissi a Nulan. ?9?tanp.k-�is�oh���,�?T.i/rr t�., Fri. It to off to r a . Auction 8ale& 5 i Superior Fuhn of a Reat aug tick of Friday al be Soju a a a Tatje Mason a ro�4 n mahogany and a of Dkl Alsa Nelv carpet. To it 83?ae2e0li tooth quot was by �?o2"" my a Aims 7�p6 quot. Ujj or 8alb or Charlotte Beux be .7 43 Hal Lka to. For City property. That Large dwelling or lii attached on Carson Street. For mercy occupied by Christian Ihmsen la Tex of Eist bar Ming to Tabing Ano of it big a to the quot we ill Kemija. Scammon no. 8 Walt it Dat 0mra-gtf�-�ri�ssh prime Oats Juat received and for Sale by a Fetzer pc Armstrong ap4 Homer Market and Firth Sec s Cuthbert Mcsons apr a 61 Market treet

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