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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - September 14, 1864, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian . September 14. 1864. J is Hgt to Tho accomplishment of this Desira j 1j ubj1 01,. Tostin Wash a i 1 j. To. Monfort Cinosi Ubati lb�5l0f v Nokell 1st Church East bos. Ato. To c3 a a if n Rogers. J. A. Steel Topeka Kansas w. S. Couoh Oxford of to be Hale pen Nartia n. J Sheldon Jark on Roche to a a Meel in Indiana a n v Morrow Van Buren 0. Arthur bar. A a a. Y l. Merrill Miller of i a Here n. Y. Alfred Nevin Philadel Yak George c. Bush Hoket town to a o. Rockwell Pittsburgh a e a no of fun merger Toledo o. Samuel steel fes of a of a a ,-bri0tol, a w 11 Stewart Pottstown a. U. V. To Kaw Candor a s. Mog. Anderson pave upon Iowa. J. H. Pratt Athena 0. John Johnson Sybertsville a Emilius grand gird Ripley o. John Robinson Ashland a m. L. A Orfman Perrysville via a. E Thomson Marysville 0. Thos. , Greenville 111. E. W. Wright Delphi ind. G. K. Thomson Lebanon ind Thomas s. Rowe Jeffersonville and. J m. Stevenson. New York n y a Johnson Oxford we. 0. Rob cats Columbus o. H. Moi Alne Quot Princeton n. J. E Wilson Philadelphia a. J. W. Baynes Hudson Moth. M Brett Newton n. J h. A Craven st. Charles Minn. J. D. Paxton in Noetta in 1. A. Wilson Ironton to. S. M. To Popleton Delavan Iii w Marshall Baltimore my Wilson Phraner sing sing n. Y Joseph e Fenton washing too to b. 8. Everett Stroudsburg a. Alex. Moa. Thorburn a al Alta n a a1 Gernon Sydney Mao master Poland 0- James a. Moline st. Anthony Minn James Allison Pittsburgh h Nix on Indianapolis ind. Thomas Montire Indianapolis ind. Randolph a. De Lanoey Bueton mass. I. N. Rendall Oneida Val lev n. Y David m. James buddy a Lake n y w. T. Add is m paso 111 Jos Platt Waveland ind. Edsall Ferrier Florida n. A s. H. Stevenson Granville 111 m. A Hoge Cleveland 0, Jos. W. Hublard Bridgeton n. J. Elslack Cinchona i 0 n c. Burt Gino in Naii 0 i n. Sandte Galesburg 111, Bellville Roberts Rochester n. Y. S. F. Shovel Springfield o. John Wray. Rock Dale Mills a. James Tulley Balltown spa n. Y. Edward e. Rankin Newark n. A Samuel j. Baird Woodbury n. Jjohn y. Alison a cola 111. Ill 1.1 no elders a Cyrus Falconer. Hamilton. 0 Daniel Kelly Buffalo n a j m. Chambers Burlingame Kansas w Shepard Rochester n. A erf Crosby Bath a y. Joseph Correll Ossian and Nehemiah Dodge it. Joy a. E. A Beall new Philadelphia 0 j. G. Allen. East Springdale of Robert w. Pratt Salem 111 stanly Matthews. Cincinnati 0 we. Taylor Findlay 0 Noah Evans Hillsboro 0- w. Seawright Frankfort led a. .t.hays, Martin Byerson Newton n. J. T. W. Lockwood Detroit Mich. Charles n. Todd Indianapolis ind John Morehouse Dayton. 0 George Hurlbut. Ogden Huig. N. Y. W. Helphenstein Washington. Ind. J. W. Sutherland Kirkwood. To b. S. Dis How Trenton n j. James Patten. Reem Mersburgh a James h. Wilson Prairie City. Ill James Ayers Toulon 111 Thompson Bell. Zurich Iowa Matthias Osborne new Providence n. J. Eustus ii. Smith st Louis to John s Trust Cedar Springs a. James m. Briggs it. Gilead 0 we. Byre a Liberty ind. J. W. Kinnicutt Boston mass. S. Whittlesey Toledo 0. J h. Mon Rew Piqua of j. H. Whiting it. Pleasant Iowa Jas a. Wallace Brooklyn n. A Charles Quot e. Lathrop Washington b. 0- a. Eldridge North White Creek n. John Ogden m Iwa Ukie wis. James Rankin Dannie Grille a Charles Fuller Scranton a John a Stokes Beaver a. Personal. Tilt numerous friends of col. Frazer 140 the Pennsylvania volunteers will be glad to learn that he has recently been heard from. Col. Frazer was captured in one of the conflicts before Petersburg in so Many of which through the skilful manoeuvring of the rebels we lost heavily in prisoners. The colonel was first conveyed to Libby prison thence to the officers prison at Moon Georgia and when heard from August 14th/ was at Charleston s a and in Good health and spirits. As several exchanges of prisoners have been Lee otly effected there his friends May Hope Ere Long to have the pleasure of seeing him restored to the place to has so Hou Irakly filled in the service of his country. t. I. M Craven who was lost in Tho Monitor Tecumseh. In the recent attack upon the Mobile forts was one of our Ablest naval officers. To was a native of new Hampshire entering the Navy As a midshipman february 2d, 1829. In 1835 to was warranted As a passed midshipman and in 1841 was promoted to a lie tenancy. Hia principal service prior to the breaking out of the rebellion was rendered in the various duties connected with the coast. Survey of Whigob be was one of the most i Fri Zient Offia Ere. He1 was one of the Best Kudro Grapher in this country. When the rebellion occurred he was placed id command of Tho crusader and aided in preserving to the Union the important fortress of key West. In april 1861, As com Mander of the Lucarora he was sent after the rebel pirates and engaged in the in effectual Pursuit of the Alabama. Early in the present year he took charge of the to mesh and joined the James rive flotilla. He was ordered to Mobile to re in free Admiral Farras rut and in the hour of Victory lost his vessel and his life from the effects of the torpedo which blew up the tit mesh. He had served his country years and his loss will be severely Felt. Trees of Burghley Park. Of course the boy devoured the Book be had. Just Puro based while walking along. He did More a he composed his first piece of poetry which he called a tic morning copies of All the works that have been published relating to Goethe Are to be collected and formed into a Library to be placed m the House in Frankfort where he was born. The committee having the matter in hand intend to gather All the works of Goethe from single essays and poems to the collected editions All a writings. On Goethe and his works All correspondence relating to him and autographs and Pic Tures of himself and his relatives. First edition of shakespeare.�?tb<5 London athenaeum cautions purchasers that there is no reason for the enormous prices paid to second hand booksellers for copies of the. First Folio edition of Shakespeare 1623 a they Are not so a very rare As those candid gentlemen Are in the habit of representing. B. Guizot has Given under the title of f meditations on the essence of the Christian religion a a sort of autobiography of his spiritual life. A a i have borne a be says a the Burden of objections to the Christi in system and to each of its essential dogmas. I have known the anxieties of doubt. .1 shall say How 1 escaped from doubt and upon what foundation my convictions repose.�?�,. In Benad it is said is about to give a Book entitled a a the acts of the Rumor whispers that he has taken his Dis Mission from the chair in the College de France deeply to heart in fact that it brought on a severe attack of jaundice. He has been offered a seat in the legislative chamber at the next vacancy which he has declined. Anthony Trollope received 320,000 for the manuscript of his Book of travels in the United states. . Major Yelverton has been engaged to write for five English papers. She will earn 3100.000, the gossips say. Literary. 11 is st blvd that in addition to the published works already enumerated of the late Jim Clare the Northamptonshire poet he h is left behind him a considerable number of poems some of which Are said to be equal to any that have Sll ready appeared. Anew and comp Ete edition of the entire works is announced for publication by messes. Macmillan the profits of which will help to make the remaining Days of mrs. Clare the a a Patty of the Yale comfortable. The life of the poet will be a sad piece of biography. His father was a rheumatic pauper and when old a do Nso a to stand John had to pick a tones in a held it is said that one Day when he was four teen years of age he got Possession of a Thompson s a a a seasons a who sudden y kindled the latent fire of pm a try within him. To possess the work a he Laboured e a slave and when he had saved the noes sary twelve Pence he trudged off to Stamf re almost in the Middle of the night when he arrived m the town none of Rne shops had yet opened j hut he waited patiently outside the Bookstore As a Lover would wait for his miss Remi. How the Stamford bookseller must have stand w in taking Down his shutters that Nao Indig to see the Little Laborera a boy half in rags and be spattered with mud Rush up to him and breathlessly ask for a a Thompson s seasons a it was a Fine Spring morning when Little John Clare returned to his Vallge the Birds Sang in the Green hedgerows and the leaves rustled pleasantly in the High varieties. The Aniber of the Blind population the world is estimated at about 3 000,000 of these 2,000,000 Are Mohammedans and Lac Vjaters about 10,000 Are jews and about 900,000 a re christians including those of the roman Catholic and greek churches. Not less than 37.000 of this vast number Are in France 45.000 in Germany upwards of 70,000 in Russia 3,000 in Holland 3,700 in Sweden More than 2,000 in Norway and about 29,000 in the British Isles. Of this latter number 21,487 belong to great Britain the Channel islands amp. And nearly 8.000 in Ireland. A by the cents we Are Lynx Ormid that of the Blind in great Britain &e., under Twenty years of age there Are 2,920 Between Twenty and sixty years of age there Are 10,102 showing a proportion of More than one half to be Over sixty years of age. Scarcity of labor a the Farmers in some pans of Iowa during the late summer n be been paying farm hands As High As three dollars a Day. And a number of manufacturing establishments were temporarily closed on account of the absence of so Many of i their workmen who bad gone to he assistance of the Farmers. In Wisconsin German girls and Quot women were employed during the pressure of the Harvest at two dollars a Day. Upon the arrival of a new Emigrant ship at Philadelphia new York the intelligence office keepers Are among the first at the docks anxious to secure a Supply of a a helps a and labourers of every sort. The manufacturers fit Lawrence mass., Are paying their employees nearly double the rates of two years ago. American peat the Poughkeepsie Eagle is informed to lat there is in Ulster county within six Miles of that town not less than a thousand Aeres of peat Beds of the Best Quality and from sixteen to Twenty feet deep. In Western new York also in consequence of the High put ices of fuel the people Are turning their attention to peat. The Rochester press say a com. Pany has been formed in that City which has leased 700 acres of peat All that is known in that Section of the a stat eat Bloomfield on the Canandaigua Railroad. Pennsylvania tobacco a during the last few years there has been a very Large Mot ease in the of Tobare o in the counties of Lancaster during the last rebel raid into Pennsylvania the Farmers of those counties shipped from fifteen to Twenty car loads of Leaf to Baleo. Per Quot Day to new York. This fact proves that Pennsylvania May profitably Curn its attention to the growth of this Tapie v a a presbyterian. The Pees Teky of righl.4.nd will meet at Savannah Ashland county 0-, on the third tuesday 18th Day of october at 7 of clock p. M. James Rowland stated clerk. The Quot presbytery of Redstone will meet in the Church of Long run on the first tuesday of october 4th at 11 of clock a. M. F. Wilson stated clerk. The presbytery of st. Clair Syville will meet at Short greek Church on the first tuesday of october at 11 of clock a. M. 3, b. Graham stated clerk. The presbytery of Peoria stands adjourned to meet in Delavan 111., the third tuesday 20lh of september at 7 of clock p. Amp a. The presbytery of Dubuque will meet d vat Hopkinton the first tuesday of october at 3 of clock p. M. There will be conveyances for the members at Sand Spring on the d. W. R. R a j. A i. Boggs stated clerk. The presbytery of Blairsville will meet ago ording to adjournment at Ligonier on the second. Tuesday of october at 2 of clock p. Jas Davis stated clerk. The presbytery of brands adjourned to meet at Elderton on the fast tuesday of october at 2 of clock p. M. La y w. W. Woodend stated clerk. The presbytery of Kas Kaskia will meet in Trenton 111, saturday october 8th, at 11 of clock a. M session al records and written accounts of settlements with pastors Aud supplies a iid a Penny stated clerk. The presbytery of West Virginia will meet at Bethel Church woo duo on tues Lav october 11th. At 2 o clock p. M. Day Oder n j Wii it a stated clerk. The presbytery of Steuben a Tille will hold its next bunted meeting in new Phila detains on the first tuesday of october at 10 afar the presbytery of Washington will hold its next regular meeting at the Forks of Wheeling on the first tuesday 4th Day of of Ber 1x,ex0kmccarrell. Stated clerk. The presbytery 0�t�loomington will meet in Dwight on tuesday sep Ember 27th, 1864, at 7 o clock pc Noyer stated clerk. The presbytery a of Erie will meet at Meadville on the fourth thursday of september at 2o clock p m Eaton state clerk the presbytery of Toledo will meet at Mihelson the second tuesday of september at 7 of clock a d0ddj stated clerk. The presbytery Cepar will meet k Marlon october the presbyter of Beaver will w la Clarksville on wednesday september 21, 1864, at 11 of clock a. M. B. C. Reed stated clerk. The presbytery of Fairfield will meet at Libertyville on the fourth tuesday 25th Day in october next at 2 of clock p. . C. My Cune stated clerk. Synodical. The Synod of Iowa s ands adjourned to meet in Hopkinton Iowa on thursday october 6th at 7 of clock p. M. A. A. E. Taylor slated clerk. The Synod of Wheeling will meet in the second presbyterian Church Steubenville. Ohio on Friday october 14th, 1864, at 4 of clock p. M. James Black stated clerk. The Synod of Illinois will meet in Olney Richland county 111., on the second wednesday in october 1864, at 7 of clock p. M. W. T. Adams Moderator. The Synod of Southern Iowa will meet at Council Bluff City on the last Friday 30th Day in september at 71 no clock p. M. S. C. My Cune stated clerk. The Synod of Allegheny will meet in the first presbyterian Church of Meadville on the fourth thursday 22d of september at 7 of clock i m. Pm a by trial narratives Are to be sent. Before the first of september to Rev. John. Findley Mercer e. Swift stated clerk. The War. A the latest official intelligence from Atlanta a a to Friday sept. 9. Gen. Sherman a army was concentrated there. It was supposed to be Sherman a design to withdraw his Advance columns for a while give his army rest establish himself Beo rely in his position at Atlanta and secure his rear communications broken by Wheeler and Forrest before making fur Quot ther advances. A a under Date of Atlanta sept. 7th, Gen. Sherman writes some particulars of the capture of that City confirming the account already published. Be says his letter a the rebeta have lost besides the important City of Atlanta stores at least 500 dead 2,500 wounded and 3,000 prisoners whereas our aggregate loss will not foot up 1,500. If this is not Success i doubt know what the Richmond papers take a gloomy View of the loss of Atlanta. The examiner attributes the calamity to the removal of Johnson to make room for Hood whom it pronounces a a notoriously incapable of managing anything larger than a division. The result is disaster at Atlanta the moral a Fleet of the Loes of Atlanta will be great. It will diffuse Groom Over he the report of Gen. Hardeep a death is not confirmed. Maj. Gen. Pation Anderson is reported wounded on to e 5ih most. Hoods army was in line of Battle at Lovejoy a station awaiting an attack from Sherman Hood telegraphs that he is not discouraged. From Mobile we have no additional intelligence except reports brought by refugees who have succeeded in coming within Wiir lines. They report the rebel Force there to is about 10,000, of whom Only 8,000 were regular troops the remainder being composed of militia and recent conscript a Complete military despotism prevails. The population is divided into War and peace Quot factions the latter largely predominating in numbers but compelled to secrecy in the expression of their opinions. Flour was Selling at $300 a barrel cavalry boots $300 a pair Calico $15 a Yard spool Cotton ,$6 a spool Ottoa shirts $60 each Bacon $5 a Pound. A $500 Confederate Bill was offered without Success for $10 in Gold two cents on the Dollar. Oar troops have effected a Landing at Cedar Foint three Miles above Dauphin Island. The latest news from Gen. Rousseau is that he is Iyung Wheeler who is in yid to get across the Tennessee. We have captured Ninny prisoners and received Maby deserters. The Railroad Between Nashville Quot and Chattanooga it was thought would be again in running order by sept. 9th. On sunday sept. 4i,h, the noted guerrilla chief John h. Morgan was surprised Defeated and killed at Greenville East tenn., by Gen. Gillen. The rebel Force outnumbered ours but the Surprise was Complete. The rebels lost 50 killed 100 wounded and 75 prisoners including morgans staff also one piece artillery and. One Caisson. John Hunt Morgan was s native of Lexington was in his 38th year at the time of his death. He had acquired a unenviable notoriety by his frequent and daring raids into his native state,.and by the extensive damage he has for three years inflicted upon the property of Loyal citizens and of the u. S. Government More than by any remarkable exploits in the open Field and against an equal foe. His raid into Indiana and Ohio his capture and escape form one of the most singular episodes of the thursday sept. 8th, col. Holman 11th by. Cav., captured the rebel col. Jessie and 150 of his men who being surrounded surrendered without firing a gun. A from the Shenandoah Valley Gen. Averill telegraphs at Bunker Hill sept 8, that a a Early retreated this morning to Winchester. I am on his heels. I have whipped Vaughan a cavalry captured All his train which was not burned and taken two Battle flags. He has no artillery. I have Cut off on the 10th inst., Secretary Stanton states that to recent movements in the Valley Are reported. In the army of the Potomac it has for some Lime been supposed that a Battle was imminent if not inevitable on the line of the Weldon Road. Each party has been massing its forces there and a collision May at any time occur. On Friday night sept. A a about Midnight at a Point of our line just West of the Quot Jerusalem Plank Road the third division of our third corps made a sudden Advance surprised the rebels captured1 about one Hundred prisoners and drove the enemy Back to an Interior line of defence. Our troops still hold the ground thus gained. Col. Thomas Jordan of the 9ln Pennsylvania cavalry with 250 men surprised attacked and routed dab rally a brigade of 2,000 men at ready Vilie sept. 10th, killing and wounding Many and capturing 130 prisoners. Our loss was one killed five wounded and four missing. thousand cases of soldiers claims for Back Bounty Etc., were passed in the second controllers office last month. Over forty thousand Are now on the Book and the average monthly increase is from five to six thousand. The number of prisoners captured by general Grant since the crossing of the Rapidan in May last is stated at the War department to be upward of fifteen thousand. correspondent of the new York Tribune says that the Railroad now running from City Point to our lines before Petersburg is to be extended eight Miles to our left on the Weldon Road. Our soldiers have taken rails enough from the Weldon Road to build it and it is estimated that the Ruad May be entirely finished in ten fit teen Days. Provost marshal general Fry has decided that deserters from the rebel army Are not subject to enrolment drat. Extracts Are Given from an important letter from Gen Grant to Hon. E. B. Washburne dated aug. 16th, at City Point. He says a a the rebels have now in their ranks their last Man. The Little boys and old men Are guarding prisoners guarding Railroad Bridges and forming a Good part of their garrisons and entrenched positions. A Man lost by them cannot he replaced., they have robbed the Cradle and the grave equally to get their present Force. Beside what they lose in frequent skirmishes and Battles they Are now losing from desertions and other causes at least one regiment per Day. With this Drain upon them the end is not far Distant if we will Only be True to Ati Sehres. Their Only Hope now is Ioa divided North a have no doubt but the enemy Are exceedingly anxious to hold out until after the presidential elect o t they have Many Hopes from is effects. 1 Ney Hope a counter revolution. Our peace friends if they expect peace from separation Are a much Mista Ken. It would he but the beginning of War with thousands of Northern men joining the South because of our disgrace in allowing separation to have i peace on any terms a the South would demand the restoration of their slaves already freed they would demand indemnity for losses sustained and they would demand a treaty Thich would make the North slave Hunters for the South they would demand for the restoration of every slave escaped to the Gold had Ial Isu a new York on saturday sept. 10, to 222, and on monday sept 12, to 214j�?a fall of nearly 60cts. From its maximum. Tae indication thus furnished is a significant one. Working parties have commenced repairing the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and it is expected that the Road will be in running order by Cue 16th inst. Trains Are also now running through on the Nashville and Chattanooga Road. It was reported at Little Rook ark., that the rebel general Sterling Price had recently died of a dysentery a Arkadelphia. At Indianapolis sept. 9th, m arrest was made upon information furnished by a refugee of an individual supposed Tou beige notorious guerrilla i Quantrell who has left such a bloody record in Missouri and Kansas. The prisoner denies the charge and he is held in custody until the truth can be ascertained. A two valuable British blockade runners the a a Vince and the a Ike Craig have been recently c Vii lived off Wilmington. The vessels and car goes Are Worth probably $500,000. Some ten a dozen other blockade runners were preparing to Start from Wilmington among them the pirate Tull Hauet for another plundering and destroying cruise. Since the last rebel attack upon Warren at least 20,000 fresh troops have reached general Grant and additional recruits Are arriving daily. The army is represented to be in Fine health and spirits. Gens Mead and returned to their commands Warrens works on the Weldon Road Are reported to be exceedingly formidable nevertheless the belief prevails that the rebels will make another vigorous Effort to dislodge him. A Gen. My Clellon has written a letter dated Orange n. Jusepi. 8, accepting his nomination for the presidency by the Chicago convention. The letter is too Long for our summary. He says a the existence of More Han one government Over the Region which once owned our Flag is incompatible with the peace the Power and the happiness of the a a the reestablishment of the Union in All its integrity is and must continue to be the indispensable condition in any a the Union must be preserved at All hazards a he briefly refers a to the other subjects presented in the resolutions of the convention a omitting the cessation of hostilities and a convention of the states. On saturday september 3,. At aug a urn a. A. Secretary Seward made a speech which has attracted great attention. In regard to the draft he Bays a a we shall have no draft because the army is being reinforced at the rate of five to ten thousand Inen per Day by in regard to emancipation As one of the conditions of peace he says a when the insurgents shall have disbanded their armies and Laid Down their arms the War Wilt instantly cease and All the War measures then existing including those which affect slavery will cease also and All the. Moral i economical and political question Sas Well i questions affecting slavery As others which shall then he existing Between individuals and states and. The Federal gov a a Ament whether they arose before the civil War began whether they grew out of it will by Force of the Constitution pass Over to of courts of Law and to the councils of latest foreign arrivals present no items of unusual interest. The English papers Are discussing the Federal Success at Mobile. Confederate Bonds have fallen. The conference on the danish question which has been Quot occupied solely with territorial matters has adjourned the danish plenipotentiaries awaiting necessary documents. The difficulties Between Turkey and Montenegro a re settled. The ease of the Georgia still receives attention from the English press. The facts appear to be that whilst a rebel War vessel it was chased into an English port and the Niagara being on the watch for it the vessel was dismantled and sold As a merchant ship proceeded to sea on a commercial Enterprise As British property under the British Flag and was captured by the Niagara and sent to new York As a Confederate prize. It is contended that no such Transfer As that which was made of the Georgia is valid. can divest the vessel of its hostile character. The question will be adjudicated in the prize court at new York. A . T. G Jones of the Treasury department has our thanks for valuable Public documents. The family treasure for september is out with its usual promptness and variety of contents. $2.00 per arms and attention of our readers is called to the advertisement Quot of . Reichenbach in another column. His artificial limbs have Given general satisfaction. He is a gentleman and an accomplished artist those in need of such articles cannot do better than employ him. A it Queens Are and toilet . Richard e. Breed has the largest and finest assortment of these articles in the a City. He imports directly from the manufacturers customers will find him in All respect worthy of their . Ron be. Quot the Weber name of Weber familiar to All musical connoisseurs As belonging to one of the greatest of composers for who has not heard of the immortal a a of Reischutz a the1 most popular opera of the great Carl Maria von Weber is however now often mentioned in a different connection As belonging to a fast Lising manufacturer of pianos in our City Albert Weber. After a critical examination of his instrument we believe with John Zundel who says a a a ten years acquaintance with a Weber a piano has convinced me that they Are As Good As the of c. M. V. and what music could be better the Weber pianos Are fast rising in favor and Are sought after by Many of our Best artists and amateurs. They deserve it too for the merits Are too prominent to be overlooked and entitle them to the con. Deuce and patronage of the Public. We do not particularized the Points of excellence of the Weber pianos but prefer recommending our readers to spend a Leisure Hoar examining ind judging for themselves. The above we clip from the new York evening Post a High authority on musical matters. We refer our readers to . Mellors advertisement of the a a Weber piano is another column. Pittsburgh Market. J corrected weekly a . The presbyterian banker by Little amp Trimble wholesale grocers 112 and u4 second Street wed veda a sep. A business continues Dull and unsettled. Tory Little de Mand for any article prices Are unchanged. Bacone shoulders. 19@20c. Sita 20�22c. Plain hams i 324c sugar cured do., 27@2sc, mess pork�?$40.00, itarp�?2cc, a butter Prima fresh packed 3@20c. Eggs to Good demand at 20@22c. Per Doz. Cheese sales at 21,22@�?3c Fofi it. For w. It. And Hamburg. Plouri quiet. Small sales at $?.75@x0.q0, from store for Kutia $10.75@12.00 bbl. For extra enmity and fancy brands. Gaia in wheat red $2.10 White $2,20. Oats 93� s5x Barley. $2.00. Corn $155. Groceries sugar 22 �@26%c. Is the whole Range for Cuba to Choice n. O. Coffee 51053c. Molasses $1.20@1.25. Syrup $1.1001.35. A Oil Dull and nominal at 3g@37 for crude and 83093c. For refined hay�?$35.c0 to $12.00 per ton. A Arris. Pastoral Oare of Rev. A. O. Patterson. In the year 1861 be transferred her connection to the West Newton presbyterian Church in which she lived a consistent and honoured member up till the Lime of her death. Two of her former pastors together with the present pastor of the Church took part in the solemn funeral ceremonies. The Large concourse of friends and relatives indicated the High esteem in which she was held in the Church and Community. Verily a Mother in our Israel has been taken. She leaves her aged husband six sons and one daughter to mourn their loss. Yet they mourn not As those who have no Hope. Their present loss is her infinite and eternal gain. Died of dysentery Angust 81st, 1863, Sabah. Catharine aged 9 years september 6th, Mary slr1sa, aged 4 years september 21st, William my Clellan aged 11 months of measles May 22d, 1864, Christian in the 34ih year of her age children and wife of James k. Beaumont. Luule did we think As one after another of those Little lambs were taken away that god was preparing the Way for the speedy removal of the Mother hut now we see a be doth All things the Mother Felt that her Little ones were not lost but gone before and while endeavouring to perform Duies to the living her thoughts were with the dead and she longed to walk with them in Robes of Light. . B. Was one of those modest retiring christians whose Light shines most sweetly in the Domestic and social Circle. Those who knew her Best loved Quot her most. Though months have passed away the heart still aches As we Cal to memory the sad bereavement of this family but we Are comforted with the Hope that Mother and children each wears a starry Crown and triumphs in redeeming Grace. The b husband and father and three Little ones remain to mourn their irreparable jobs. My they presence of a covenant god. On Earth and a Joyful Rei Inion in heaven. K. Died on the 3lbt Day of october 1864, at her re Side Noe in the i City of Steubenville. 0-, at the advanced ago of 94 years mrs. Dorcas Copeland. For More iban three Soone years she Yas a consistent professor of religion in the presbyterian Church. A ostentatious and Domestic in her obits of Gre at Industry and undying Devotion to the interests of her family she has passed from earthly Sones find trials calmly and serenely As a Shock of Corn fully Ripe into the granary of her lord. Her children five in number and some of them of three score years were All present to witness the departing breath of he whose wish it and desire had Ever been As a Law unto them. A it the nightly visits to our chamber made that thou might st know us warmly Laid the fragrant wat ers on our Cheeks bestowed by thine own hand till fresh they glowed a All Liis. And More i during still than All thy constant flow of love that knew no-iall.�?�. Ii i ill islam. Died on the 13ih Day of August 1864,. Miss sall1e Kuhn in the 27th year of Hertage. The deceased was for a Long period preceding her death confined to her room and often to her bed by on obscure and painful disease. At time s she was comparatively free from suffering and in these periods of ease some Hope was end pertained that the amelioration in her symptoms presaged her recovery. These Hopes were doomed to a bitter disappointment suddenly with no perceptible change in her general appearance giving warning she expired of the morning of the �3th of August., her death in spite of her Long illness surprising and Shock log her Frt mily Quot and the Community. For she was known admired and loved by the whole Community. The daughter of an cider of Long run Church who is himself the son of one of the churches first elders and hearing a name known and honoured in religion and letters she was inevitably Well and widely known. Her Owh character secured admiration and love. Her intellectual endowments were of a very High order and she had cultivated them assiduously and carefully. Gifted in personal graces of a vivacious and Happy temperament she became the life and soul of every company into which she Tell and attracted unconsciously the attention anti won by her moral qualities the love of Quot her companions. It is not easy to imagine a More painful trial than that to which god called her. Struck Down in the brightness of her youth and Beauty shut up to the darkness and loneliness of a sick chamber for Long months ant then hurried into the presence of. The great and awful judge Only Christian Faith and love could support and uphold. This we thank god now she had. With Pati Einice and cheerfulness she accepted gods allotments. With resignation to his holy will she anticipated death and with entire calmness and even1 joyfulness she received and obeyed the to depart for her a summons As we humbly and rejoicing by believe a a to be with Christ which is far m. Jjo oks. Books Bookou i Boks Ivr �>1jdi��.tmthtfft- off i tort attire. Th501/ 9fcali Anu , , sobik Chio Laos thai by lines Ahtl lib a school books a 0 in Nugia the various colleges seminaries academics and Patiic schools a a Western . For Sale wholesale and retail by ,. Da.vi3, Clarke &.co.,. $ep14-�?~ 93 Wood Street. Plot Bargh. N july 14th,. By Rev. M. L. Workman . a Reed of Allegheny City. A to miss Mab y s. Blair of Allegheny county a. On Angust 10th, . John h. Porn Eli. To miss Annie c. Veeney both of Allegheny co., a. On August 25th, by Rev. Robert. Moore capt. We Cummins of Indiana pa., to miss motors Morrow of Crawford county o. On the same Day . George w. Johnston to miss Mart j. Dickson both of Crawford co., o. On tuesday evening Angust 30th, at the residence of Chas. Diming by Rev. John Breed . John m. Brown to mass Louisa f. My Cann All of Parkersburg West is. On tuesday 6th inst., by Rev. Jas. Kirk assisted by Rev. J. Hazlett . John Weiler to miss Ruth Ann Rowan All of Allegheny co., a. On thursday 1st inst., by Rev. J Kirk . Daniee Bennett to miss Margaret Cowan All of Allegheny co., a. A died to Sewickley Ville pa., sept Niber 9th, miss Mary e. D. Porter. Died suddenly at Bis residence near boiling Spring Church. Armstrong co., pa., Dentzel in the 63d year of his a died in Ros Traver township Westmoreland county. Pa., Oil the 18th of july �864, mrs. Jane wife of . Thomas Robertson in the 81st year of her deceased was a daughter of . Hugh Mitchel of South Huntingdon to. She was married to . Robertson August 27i a 1807, with whom she was permitted to live during the unusual period of nearly fifty seven years. About the year -1823 she professed her Faith in Christ and was received As a member of these Wickley presbyterian Church then under the e w boo k s a for Sale by Davis cd Irhke amp co 93 Wood Street Pittsburgh chronicles of the Schonberg Otta family. By two of a them this Book giving a it does a Moat interest ing inside tie of the rior Talion m the Iuie of in ther is having an immense Bale. Once for edition $1.75. Price for Tho better edition .$2.25 Kwh Arden. A new volume of poems. By Alfred Tennyson l2d the Hook of Puutio primer for the , 200 the Early Dawn Ohrn Stian life in bog land in the o Rien time. By the author of a a Lionberg Cotta family a. 1.75 the cripple of Antioch. By same author .1.2o Catherine Beer her a on the Rel Igioia Iraq neg 01 cum Dren. -.150 hours with Tfaye youngest a year in tie infant school., 100 thy a wrong t f slavery and the flight of la Nipa. Thin. By b. Dale Owen. 1.25 Louis Napolet tie b it Etc of army Graddon 1.00 Don in Tennessee by a a Dauod Kirke author of a a among the this Book gives a full account of . Kirtes visit to Richmond and Ina interview with Jeff. Davis. 1.50 the trial. A hew Story by Tho author of the heir of kfidclvfie.�?�. 1.76 Libby . Export Nee of a prisoner of War in Kip mond. 1s83-u4 1.50 life Aud letters of David Coit amp Cuddy a m Anna y i. India. 2.00 irl Roole of mrs. Ca Olton p i Ith Mihi Nur to China. 200 a new Book for b a is Iho Clift t limb crr by cart 51�yne and a Nih Teion Buan Trul teas o Sec this o a Yoi g girls Lite. Written by her sister 90 a any of the al it Ove Hooks s it by mail prepaid on receipt of to e i c affixed add 8$ Davis Arke l co Eppli 93 will l itt Shu h. A glorious if. Y. Qute Mer. We Hayo from Timo to Home presented Tho testimony of a Largo portion of Tho most eminent a a Ryan Isact and artist in the country to the great merits of our Cabinet organs and to the fact that they Excel other instruments of their class. Annexed Are extract from a few notices of the press a the highest of Industry in this a Foremost no no All american makers stand messes. Mason amp a amino whose Cabinet chg Anfe now represent the highest of Imp try in the department. Taking f their Eta iting p3idt, Fuore than ten years ago. The remembered Mcl Deoit with its thin Sharp tone they have gone on step by step a unit they have reached a position Bev Onu which the enlargement Okeed Grages Caa Uoc lor the present be so a a nth go unit conium a. Leaving soothers the manufacture of instar meets of smaller Compass they have Given All their a orgies to producing the Best possible specimens of Tho class they advertise and it is nothing More than truth to nay they a Avo . This is not Only our of Antou but the unan Nous verdict of the Organista and musicians who have examined Thise organs and have often suit ejected them to Long and severe tests and whose Naces it be been feigned by scores to the testimony in is of a Vor which have been treely a Boston daily advertiser. A tie Universal opinion of the musical in Nitro states s o d o a m. That meshes. Mason a a Lemlin Havo succeeded to making a bettor Small from Little Sandbox Jike to blogs to those which though portable and not larger than ii Pic no. Cun Felt m a Church is the Universal Opit nol of to musical profession a a hey agree that no such mechanical works of the kind can be found in equal Pei Futi n in Europe the tone is pure and full. And Faith an immense body fore email a provocative Force. Thy Hutki rough a Velma. Bad usage. And will live in cliuiute3 that kill Ai Encan Nus Lionar est Foric tvs amp Une. Quot nearly every organist pianist a of a the instrument known no the Cabinet Organ is quite As great an improvement upon the Melodeon introduced some Twenty years ago its successor the harmonium is a concert grand piano Forte of to Day is Over the imperfect i no in Vogue a Quarter of a Century since. Tiie Melon Eon lost favor from a la a of Capa by for express Iii. 3 to music was monotonous to. A degree annoying to cultivated ear. The he i Moniz pm was an improvement upon the Melodeon. But still failed to satisfy to the Ernnt demanded by Ita use in chapels schoolroom it Kun As a support to choral singing. Within a couple of years messes. Mason a Hamlin who have always taken the lend in this country As manufacturers of Reed instruments. Have succeeded in largely overcoming the de Fence noticed in instrument so of this class. An important modification introduced is the automatic Wimb the Peri Orlier is enabled to .,Duce the a softest tones to awaken a volume of tone second Only to and in Point of unusual Quality. Inlay As Fine As that derived from Superior Church favourable testimony of nearly very organist pianist of Noto in tins coun try together with Fuat of certain foreign authorities. Has Fons tolled our a Cousin eds upon the amp excellence and value of these carefully made York world a so effective and Bea Tifai a to meet the desires of the lost defined anal a a a glorious instrument for the Temple service so. Readily secured As to be available for any conure Garibo and sir cd amp Active and Beautiful As to meet the Deviras of the Toafe refined and fastidious Adreq Rem of appropriate music. With your eyes shut Yod Carnot distinguish its sound from from that of the pipe and the advantages that command it Are its Prce lor in. Can be had for. One two three four a Hundred dollars according to the Pize you wish it is not affected by hut cold any change of tempera Lute it remains for a Iong be ibid in Good tune and lastly it can be sent by express otherwise any distance with a a a Bra observer. A a singular a by th�b6 considerations we have been at some pains to ascertain i at instrument of the Many now sonic iting Rajie Public favor combines the greatest number of real a Xcell deb. A we Bave scented thia int airy entirely in depend Deuly of Aid order action from interested parties. The opinions of some of the Best Prius Cal crities comp Sera and perform re have Fineen obtained in Ortolf in the Ordi Ary use of various instr merits in churches school h and arum Ijiri Hhd be is enc mail of which with singular unanimity concur first place to the Cabinet org in of Misson a Hamlin he a decision that Cor responds with our own previously formed Vonvic fit is received Tiroui personal observations.�?T. K in few Jorfi Christian advocate and journal. Ware rooms 274 was Hintos Street. 7 Bruer Street. Boston. New Tom mas0� amp Hampi. Eep14- 2t a a _ _ f. a a is a a be. Ei0habd e. Breed no 100 Wood Street Pittsburgh it importer. I a full and varied Stock of the above articles together with and Silver plated Wake and table Ity to ays amp a. A prices and terms same As in the Eastern cities. -. .8epl 4-Aeow a ,.r a artificial limbs. Arijs and legs Malfi by the subscriber of the very Best Quality end neatest appearance. He is the Only perv Ouin Piti Burah. Who has the Patent fur such limbs. limbs without cutting pain. of ally styles on baud jaw amp in a no. 58 fourth Street Pittsburgh. John Reichenbach. A a aepl4-b the Secretary of the Treasury gives notice that subscriptions will be received for Coupon Treasury notes payable Turco years from August 15,186, with Semi Anuval interest at tie rate of seven and three tenths per cent per annul principal and interest both to be paid in lawful Mousy. These notes will be convertible at the option of to Holder at male a Ity into six per cent Gold bearing Bonds payable not less than five nor More than Twenty years from their Date As the government May elect. They will be issued in denominations of fifty one Hundred five Hundred on thousand and five thousand dollars and All subscriptions must be for fifty dollars some multiple of fifty dollars. It a the notes will be transmitted to the owners free of transportation charges of Boob after the receipt of the original certificates of Deposit As they can be prepared. As tie notes to Law interest from August 15, is sous making deposits subsequent to that Date must Tho interest accrued from Date of note to Date of Deposit. Parties depositing Twenty five thousan4 dollars and upwards for these notes at any one time will 1� allowed a commission of one Quarter of one percent which will be paid by the Treasury department upon the receipt of a Bill for i hts amount certified to by the officer with whom the Deposit was made. No reductions tor commissions must be made from the deposits. Special advantages of this loan in is a National a totes Bank offering a higher rate of interest than any other and the Best Security. Any savings Bank which pays its depositors m v. S. Notes considers that it is paying in the Best circulating medium of Tho coun try Aud it cannot in anything better for its own assets Are either in government securities in notes Bonds payable in government paper. It is equally convenient As a temporary permanent investment the notes can always be sold for within a inaction of their face and accumulated interest and Are the beat Security with Banks As collateral for discounts. Convertible into a a pee cent. 5-20 Gold Bond. In addition to the very Liberal inters t on the notes for three years this privilege of conversion is now Worth about three per cent per annul for the current rate for 6-20 Bonds is not less than nine per cent Premium and before the rat the Premium on six per cent. To. S. Stocks was Over Twenty per cent. It will be seen that the actual profit on this loan at the present Market rate is not Lesb than ten per cent per annul. Its exemption from state municipal taxation Bat aside from All the advantages we have enumerated a special of Congress exempts Alt Bones and Treasury notes from local taxation. On the average this exemption is Worth about two per cent. , according to the rate of taxation in various pans of the country. It is believed that no securities offer so great inducements to lenders As those issued by the government. In All other forms of indebtedness the Faith ability of private be Stock companies separate communities Only 1� a pledged for payment while the. Whole property of the c in try is held to secure the discharge of All the obligations of the United states. While the government offers the most Liberal terms for its Loans it believes that the very strongest Appeal will be to the loyalty and patriotism of the people. Subscriptions will be received by the treasurer of the unite d states at w Ashington the Sev Era assistant treasurers and designated depositories and by the first National a amp of pitt3bu1�gh, pa., third National Bank of Pittsburgh pa., fourth Natiw Nal Bank of Pittsburgh a first National Bank of allegh8ny, a and by All National Banks which Are depositories of Public Money Aud All respectable Banks and Bankers throughout the country will give farther inform ration and afford Cybry facility to subscribers. A aug24-2m a al Jarle books by published re hic Florence sewing machine uses a Myrtl makes four kinds of by Thea has a reversible iced is Aing the 1 to the entire Range of family Bew ing makes p if two k a m my grab ii Noral agent ibo Igent for the Lowe and the Weed it up in machines 12 st club up Tuth kepi4 1 itt Burgh in. T de annual cd clop Edia Aud Register of important even7s of the year 1863 in pram ing to the Public another Voluton of the a Yuri oycloi03-iia. Cone my Thoi Ori f to most Tubin Lentner which the c nut Rylas witness d no a fits have been Paft de 10 61-cure its completeness and accuracy and to preserve it for e from every Mirk of partisanship. Thcp-inciple8 adopted in the a Nevrous Vecais hive taken effect Aud Many new Ani my it st important questions arose under them Ami were discus of Duran to Suc As confiscation. gird minty official and pecuniary the rest Ion of stages to Tho Union personal tip Rev. Mai Una Huv. Prize the liability of great b Irain lor Damn up done by the Alabama. &c., a. These Dis sub a arc pm Breed in irs non Tente together with the important civil and political Mea europ of to Fedora and state an accurate and Hia tory of the struggle a of the great armies and their Battles illustrated with maps and plans of actions to Kim from of Cial copies the debates of the Federal Aud Confederate con Gressis flan al Mea suf a 6f the government Commerce. Ac., Ampo. The proceedings in the Confederate fittes to main twin the War and est Ablith their government also All the exciting Movi ments in foreign Gnu Curles the Deve pm nth in the physical sciences the Progress of al torture Macban ical inventions and improver its the stupendous enterprises of Tho government connected with Tho War. Such an hospitals for Iho army ordnance an the Trade regulations in Ion in Recti Hytry Districto. Toe present statistics of the religious denominations and biographical sketches of the eminent persons d ceased in The contents Are arranged in an alphabetical order and accompanied by a m-6t Complete Index. The volum i in the style of the new aus Rick vol Ojedia and will mat h the volumes lor 1861 and 18u2 of this annual. The work is published exclusively by subscription and is a Legant Aud Frick and style of binding of Bach annual a a Luck 1861, 1882,�?T 1868. I cloth. �? ii ghz it a. 6-69 in half mor a. La half rus.,�. �?o.59 1� in l mor.,. 9 0 in full 9.ik Ard to insure cd and regularity in Tho delivery of a he volume to eur scribers in All parts of Tho country local age nos Are appointed in All the cities and principal towns to the totes and . Appl�t0��,&i 00pukus eks Jos 441 and 445, Bof Lawai Sev Tork. A ep14-2t Robert Carter amp bros., and Fob. Hale by Davis Clarke amp co. 93 Wood Street Pittoli Urli the cripple of Antioch. By the author of a chronicles of the schonburg Coita 1 vol$1.25 the Ondar Chris ten. By Rev. T l. Cuvier. 99 forty Days alter our lord s resurrect iou. By Rev. . Lit unit. 1.2a Betart aul. L of Elijah the Prophet it fire. By 3. R. Mcduff. to Post of Honor. By author of a a Broad Biff tows a 1-2q the a provi Raeicot time. By Joum s two . 1.2j ate to save. By author of the Liway of Froid i8p,. 80 the Obi Heel met by author of the a Yide wide world a 2>ou 3 00 the Iun of g gtd . A Pintal Enio Rcd. By Rev. Of Olivius Wisol. A .80 the foot of the Cross. By Sime author. 90 Ned a motto . Little by Little. By author of 41 we and we for a. A1.25 Jacobus notes on genesis. In Tress. A a a a Matthew. A a a a Mark and Luke a a a a a. Jonn. A a acts. "4. 4kf any of the above sent Post paid on of the retail Price. Address / Davis Clarke amp co., sep4 a a 93 Wood Street Pittsburgh. S. A. T. Cuts set. B cd Thuett. Cuthbert amp sons real estate and Genera agents for the Purchase and Sale of real estate collection of Liento insurance repairs ac., a. A5 office no. 51 Makert Street Pittsburgh. Aug3-a a jest if Liberty malt and fj5malb Academy a a has not raised tuition foes has added a Normal a cps it Lieut and gives a liver amp a red Tiad to the families of Zunin Waters Aad w poor Yoang Nien preparing for the ministry a next annual session a ten fences wednesday Asp ii miss. 7xh. 1864. For circular a address Grey. J. A. Brown. Principal. A retd it West Liberty a. Ujj pity pianos a Anos $50 00 less than new Tork pric s. Now on hand a Choice selection of which Bavins been purchased before Tho Ruck it Advance will be s it Lii at the old Ratus. We Nevi Are soo.00 less than the present York prices fur Chavors will find it to Huir adv Vintage to cell a Ltd Ixa Nuneio Ltee charming instruments be inc Bukiri . Persons living at u i Tynce can live a illustrated circular sent to them by Eddres amp log the Aube Lenber. Ans a Chas c. Mellor 81 Wood st., pith Burgh. Sole agent for the a a Weber piano. Banville theological sem in Art. The twelfth Annil session of this Seminary will open on the 20ik of september Ripic. All the departments of instruction Are filled and there re Erib no Geod reason to apprehend that the regular exercises will be interrupted Nunn the coming a Mon. Tii Outh the exp euro of living a it As adv Anctil Here As we an Eise Wiinie so Jinn the �.an�.,two�, by be be ii made t it secure g a of Board for thee Udenia on re�8on-Able terms. Tveith the increased appropriation the Board of of Duck Mon and th4 Hinds at. The i Mosul of the institution for the be Opp it to Hosp who a re a assistance no difficulty is anticipated in pint dog sufficiently for the wants of ail worthy met not that clued who May Dot sire to prosecute Lheu studies Here. I Tisla non Yhr Hes Secretary Board of director. 4. Pair Viilu by aug. 5,1864. Auglo-7t b. Nokr1s, merchant ta�10r, and a Balkh in gentlemen s furnishing goods no. 79 Federal Street Nyls a Allegheny a. By goods. J. W. Barker amp co 59 Market Street Pittsburgh pa., have now in agora the largest 8t0ck and the great est variety Ever exhibited in this City of Silks shawls cloaks. Dress goods housekeeping goods gents and boys Wear sheeting v \ shirting prints. 0. 0. Having buyers resident in the rash Aud possessing every advantage Peculiar to Tho very Best Eastern houses tor buy ing and Selling cheap and keeping constantly on band the largest Stock in Western Pennsylvania we Are prepared to offer extra induced its to. Country merchants. Of. Re clergymen and their families supplied at a 1 Liberal discount. My4-a. New pianos 1 j new Musio a i. New harmonium it t the most Complete Stock of Stein ways unrivalled piano As ado of some of the Best other brands of pianos from Fri o to $1,000, just received and for Sale by h. Kleber amp Bro. Ibo Reed organs Church harmonium and Mel o d e o n from to Best and oldest manufacturers in the country car Jart life coned York. These Are the Only instruments that Are warranted for eight tears. As the newest Sheet mu6ic, Church music books for tuft Etc., Etc. H. Kleber amp Bro., no. A a a Wood Street Jan Lei a four doors above fifth st., Pittsburgh. Heeler amp Wilson a highest Premium sew tag machines with new improvements. A a warranted three years William Sumner amp co agents 27 fifth Street. Mart a Pitts ubah a concentrated Lye of. Ready soap maker. Twenty five Gallons of Good soft soap can be made out of too Pound of the concentrated Lye. Any child can make it. No trouble. It you will Bat try it once you never will be without it Gam. A manufactured by the a big amp Fly air a Salt manufacture Iju a company. For Sale with full directions by All Druge isto an grocers. Jyll a a jargon Oil. And lamps j. P. Smith amp co. Dealers m Carbon Oil and lamps. Shades. It him keys inn terns. A. Clinches fun in Fehd with Cha a Aud amps at ten per cent off regular coi All Tho different styles of fruit jars and cans at. 149-1.tbe it in st rest. Between st. Clan Street and Liares total sep7-a _ the jail Heb so situations. Wanted. Two ladies connected Wirtz the in rest Arian Church who have taught in first Ilass file Manoi and in families ter Feo veral years do a Iro situations immediately they Leach Kull h French and the piano. testimonials Aud references u ill be Furu lied. Address miss k. A Edwards sep7-2t a Box 42, Bedford Bedford county a. And Winter fashions Fok 1864. H. Smith merchant tailor no. 84 Wylie Street Pittsburgh pa., respectfully invites Public attention to Bis new and extensive Stock of Palli and Winter goods consisting in part of French and ring Utah cloths cassimere silk velvet and Cassimero Var thugs and a Fine assortment of Over coatings. These Choice goods will be Mode up t it order in the most approved styles and warranted to give entire satisfaction. I Quot a i All f a la dress at mat9 a o ods Quot i Edgeworth Seminary for Young Quot ladies at sew Kukley a. The fall 8abeiou will open on the third monday in september. The Best advantages Are afforded and at it reas Naolo riles for terms ac., Send for a circular. Address . Williams. I jy20-? a j. M. Burchfield a North East Corner of fourth and Market sts., Pittsburgh. Mohair to teds Cashmere plaids. Alpacas Merino Black Wool Delaine. Do. Reps cloths and oa8simeres Elan else White and coloured plaid flannels fancy Bistino flannels. A lot of. _ Jec,530u�ml��-m-"t a of dress goods cheap

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