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    THE DAILY PITTSBURGH GAZETTE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1786.
ii R 0 CER lES, PROD UCE,Nc.
~HdRLEB C. BAIa3LEY,
Produce and Commission Merchant
PftIiCEL&NDIPIS BTIOICKIt,
And dater in AR kinds of COMPTIT PRODUCE,
NO. I 7 LIBERTY 8771,E8T
mhtly
DONCLI. 21 . 001•121, 4 11A31. • .1110..1/11111.4 . 1,1.1:,
(of the 4t. tiro. of D. M' Donald } Pittsburgh
'
I Co., Welsyille Ohio.)
MIX)NAJAD it, ARBUCKLE'S, Whole
anis Grocers, Products and Commission Iler•
chants, Jobbers in COFFEE, N. G. SUGAR and MO
L•SSRII. REPINED SUGARS A SY ItLiPtit, FLOUR,
RADON, TOBA et X), TEIS, RICE. OH EF-SE,
SEEDS, kn., Nos. 242 nod 244 Liberty street, Pitts
berrgh:
no14:17
S HRIVEN & L.AZI3AK,
GROUSES AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Eoa. j 7 and V Smithfield tit. , cor. Second
Jaftly P ITTS BURGH.
IBZIR MADELOWN attsua 1.011,1111,
ATACK KO N S UNITARY FLOUR
.131. AN. CllAiN lemons, PRODUOZ AND Coanrtastos
MARCRAATA, ter the sal* of Flour, Grabs, Pork,
Os
ma, Lard, Barter Eggs, Claw., Beans,
(hare, Panther., Potatoes, Pot met Pearl Ashes,
Liasewl rued Lard Oita, Dried and Green
Fruits, Timothy, Glover, Bias mid Grass Seeds.
Bluth advancements made on Coasignments.
aptay No. INT Liberty street. Pittsburgh.
r • M. GORMLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nu. 271 LIBERTY STREET, Pittsburgh,
Fleeing port:Lased the Interest of his late partoese,
will continuo the hominess et tho old stand, and isill
be plow,' to receive the patronage of his old Mends
end customer, inyl63f
WEBB &; WILKINSON, COMMISSION
I HMICIIMITI, Wholesale dealers la WESTERN
RESERVE CHEESE, DRIED FRUITS, RUTTER,
EGGS, GRAINS, and prate. generally. Arra,
LEA.TMER, HIDES , OILS, Lr., No. 217 Liberty
street, Pittsburgh.
ONFO A sh advancements made. Consignments so
licited. Jel2.6tad
WIC P. DECK TUOS. MITCHELL
W,AL P. BECK Jr, CO. No. ]B5 LlB
erty Street, Pittalmrgh, WllOll.OlO Gro
oarn,lota Merchants, and dealers in COUN
TRY C I=CE, PROVISIONS, BACON, LARD,
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, FISH, lc., PRODUCE.
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, GREEN AND DRIED
FRUITS, Le., SALT and LI3IE.
JOHN B. CANFIELD, C0313113510N AND
FOILIESELDISO Meacnas - r and wholesal• deader in
WESTERN RESERVE CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
I'OAK, BACON, FLOUR, FISH, POT AND PEARL
ASHES, SA LERATUS, LINSEED AND LARD
OILS, DRIED FRUIT, and Prodoro genet-any, Rao.
141 and 143 Front +treat, P/Haburgb. onS
7803. LITTLE, SR J• 1113 TRII.2Wi.
'ritlMßLE'Wholesale Oro-
ALI sets and Commission liferchmits, desUrti 13
PEODCOE, FLOUR, isecobr, CEIRESI, FIS/I
()ARBON AHD LARD 011.,1R0N, NAILS, GLASS
COTTON TARNS, and Pittsburgh manutartnrcs
'suturally, 111 And 114 Bosom! street., Pittsburgh.
r. S. S. D.
DEYMBR 1,7 BROTHERS, (successors
..s.A; to Ramer & Anderson ) Wbolessi• Deakin In
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS AND SPICES, CON
FECTIONERT, SUGARS, FIRE WORKS, Ac., Nos.,
11263 and 128 Weed street, above Mb, Pittsburgh.
/f 22 ./7
RIC en? Jams SWILASD.
GULP& 8 H B - P
H A R D, Com! issioN
llcncumers and dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN,
AND PRODUCE, No. 143 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
Moiety brands of Flour for Baker. nod Family use
constantly on hand. Particular attention paid ho
filling orders for Ilerebandire generally. ortitilly"'
C4l - 1A '4 LES E. LEECII, FLOUR AND
vv Gasts Tama Aso COTISIXAMS Plencuss-r fur
Ibis sae of GRAIN, SEEDS, CURES. E, PRODUCE,
La.. and agent for the celebrated Uniontown CE
MENT, Nos. 116 Second and 145 First streets, he
twos Weed and Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sA
VRANKV GUILDER, Produce and
AY IL
OconmErsion /derchent, denier In FLOUR, BUT
TE/,5R003111, SEEDS, LARD. CHEESE, PURR,
DRIED AN) GREEN FRUITS, and produce gener
ally. Liberal mob advances on consignments.
Warehouse, No. 116 Second Street, Pittsburgh_
GLOW. H. 11.0.-- NM WAIL.
HEAD & METZAIAK, Grocers and
Commission Merchants, and dealers in all kinds
of Onuatry Produce .d Pittsburgh Itosaufsetures,
No. 245 Liberty street, opposite head of Wood street,
Pittsburgh. ap9:ly
0. D. JONES ..... JoNII3.
ACLI . EO. R JONES 1 SON, Wholesale
Qnseors and Boot Furnishers, dealers In MA
NILLA ROPE, OAKUM, 011;9, PITC;11, and Pitts
burgh manufneturnd article., No. 141 Water street,
above the Monongahela Bridge, Pittsburgh.
111.011411 i L2I - LL. . A. r. I.S.F.L.L.
ROBERT DALZELL Fe; CO., Whole
mle Commission and Forwarding Rs,
chants, and doalem in Produce and Pittsburgh. man
ufactures, Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
WALLACE, Commission Merchant,
• and NTholenela Dealer In FLOUR arid GRAIN,
We. 353 Liberty street, oppendte Penneylranie R. R.
Paasenger Depot, Pittsburgh, P. Storage Wire
h...., corner Weyne .d Penn •treote. no17:17
ISZNAT LAKEr.SIT ..MIN MI/TON A. WALLACZ.
LAMBERT, EILLPTON & CO., Whole.-
sale Gromrs mad Produce Denlero, No. 6 Sixth
street, Pittsburgh
--lOUS WILSON.
WATT & WILSON, Wholesale Gro-
Vlf tors, Commission Merchants, and dealers In
Produces AAA Pittsburgh manufactures, No.
orty streot, Pittsburgh. J 026
ei ATOM LISIPASS, .111. -lei Terror,.
LINDSAY & TELFORD, Wholesale
and Retell GROCERS, FLOUR AND PRODUCE
DILALEO, 187 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
aptAm
QUEIOMAKER & LANG, COMMISSION
1.3 MsnotatriN and abolemstle. deaden to GEO
CERIM, FLOUR, GRAIN, PRODUCE, he., Nn. XMI
LO^rty Plosburrh. sel3:dly
JS. LIGGETT &CO CITY FIA)UIt
. IXO DULLS, corner Liberty and Adam.
.treat., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Iginlapacity, 400 barrel. per day. ap9
T AmEs I)A,Lattr,l, Kos - ,- ifanufac-
G 1 Wag. of LARD. OIL, and Ootaatleaket
emote fof the parches., and .rib of OZIIDN AND
neri=„l-xtEllioLsolf, No.. 69 Arid 70 Water,
ittreet,Pittahprgh. Ailatice made on cum.igaturala.
- WAN alstraTasra.--- zoo. ICII/SPWITIna.•
1 KIRKPATRICK & BROTHER sub
.. temori to Eroars A KOSpattleka, WHOLE
SALE 4E0C1115, X&.191 and 193 LlLact7 Otiroot,
PlttabumS.
" 34 " . " 4 ' l 'l Oen'l Part'a °.'"' •
11 ~. A. corns, ' 1 Spada Partner.
ITEANS COFFIN, SUCCOSSMIS to
111 IrCsadlesa 1f... & Co., WHOLESALE
CROCE RS, corner of Weed end Vistas streets, Pitts
burgh. Jy3:ly
(1 . .118 ESE WA_KELIOUSE.-HENRY
N... 1 11. COLLINS, Forwarding and Commend= bier
ehmit mut dealer in CU SS, BUTTNII. LASH
111511, .d Produce generally, No. 28 Wood-street,
above RAW, PlitabnriCh• my 2
HOLLAND RIDDLE, successor to Jno
McGlll & Bon, No. 183 Idborty •trort,lPltta
burgh, world PRODUCE, GROCERY AND COM
MItISION MZIIOII4I2Pr. Consiganiants relpact
!any .chatted. &Ma,
"RAiin DICKEY & W., Witialesale
Groillira, - Cotatalsaton Merchants, and dealire la
ProddolOioa. 03 Water erect and 68 Pont greet,
Plttab • • .
610. W. ...... S. DI/MOST/4
T S. DILWORTH. Sr. GO., Wholesale
PJ
• Grocers, No•. 130 .sod In Second street, near
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. not
JOHN FLOYD & W., Wholesale Gro
cen and Commission Merchants, Nos. 172 Wood
nod 72S Llbertx street, Pittsburgh. Jel6
(IFIARLES L. CALDWELL, (successor
lJ toJitnes Roitnee 21t C 0.,) PORK PACICER and
denier In PROVISIONS, corner of Karket nod Pront
stroots, Pittsburgh. Jae
J.:rOWNSEND, (surcossor to Jack-
NA • PontTotensead,) PORN PACKER and thud
rr in PROVISIONS, No. 12 Fourth area, near Lib
erty, Pitcsburuh. noW
131.1fIZL *lntr. - U.
VOIGT AG' CO., succoessore to
lls L. G. Graff, PEW= AND C 021221824024
MKROPIANTS, 947 Liberty shret, Pittsburgh. •
JOHN I. worn. EDWASID MINI&
[OLIN L /LOUSE & CU, Wholesale
GILOCICREI AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
corner of Smithfield and Water streets, Pltteborgl.
000 CO., Commission
I.J Merchants, and deafen In Puonunn, FLOUR,
BACON, WOOL, GRAIN, du, No. 12 Smithfield
street, Pittsburgh. myLtly
EDWARD IIEAZEig " ON, 'Wholesale
GROCER AND ooßnassxox MMROBBNT.
East sonar or the Diamond, No. 18, Pittsburgh.
whit:lye&
WILIDEM BA - GART - Wholesale
V Grocer, Na. IS and 20 Wood stmt., Pitts
burgh. JeClaf
ALELINDER laNG; . .l l 7aolesal
car, Importer or SODA ABEL No. 273 Liberty
and, Vlthfhtirgh. mh6
I .114-rUP4CTURERS, I
ItASS villsuurga oa2ettq,
DUQUESNE
CADMAN & CRAWFORD,
Ilannfactunpri of over, vorloty of finishod
BRASS WORK FOR PLUMBERS, STEAM OH
GAS FITTERS, MACHINISTS, AND
‘COPPERSMITHS.
BRASS CASTINGS, if all descriptions, made to
ord“, STEAMBOAT WORN, STEAM AND GAS
FITTING, and REPAIRING, promptly attended to.
Particular attention paid to fitting up REFINE
RIES FOR COAL AND CARBON OILS.
Also, Sots Agentafor the Western District of Penn
syleania for the sale of MARSH, LAUSDELL
00.11 PATENT SYPHON PUMP, the beet weer In
vented. flaring na Tabus it Is not liable to get out
of order, and will threw more water than any pump
oy twies Its size.
aptil
Pl,surtan, PA
JOHN HALL &
VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS,
Hanufactursrs and dealers In all the different kinds
of PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, SCOOPS, CUT
TING BOXES. Ac. With greatly Incressed facili
ties for doing business, are earnestly Invite dealers to
glee ns a all. Mazguhctory, Temperance"llle.
Warehouse,lls alley and Liberty St., Pltteb'gh.
JOHN HALL,
T. d. HALL.
STEPHEN WOODS,
oc2Aul JAS. J. BROWN.
W. Y. INIOCIMPTO4III P. HOOT.
MACKINTOSH, HEMPHILL & CO.,
corner Pitts .d O'Hara streets, near the City
Watar Work a, Pittsburgh, manufsetnren of MACK
INTOSH A HEMPHILL'S IMPROVED OSCILLA
TING STEAM ENGINES AND SIMI VALVES, of
all Mu* and beet style.
Flaring pot np machinery of large capacity and of
the Lava quality, we. are prepared to do heavy Job
bing, and solicit work Sn this line, trumlng that by
promptness, and the character of our work, to merit
public patronage.
We incite special attention to mar BALANCED
VALVE OSCILLATING ENGINES, on combining
advantages beretofeta unattained in this class of
Engines.
B LACK DIAMOND STEEL WORKS,
PITTERIVEGIR, PA.
PARK. BROTHER & CO.,
BEST QUALITY REFINED OAST STEM,
Square, Plat and Octagon, of all alma Warranted
equal to any Imported or mantafectatred In Ulla coun
try.
_ .
O °Rica and warehouse, No.. 149 and 151 71118 T
and 120 and 1= 5 EIJOND 5T8E)17 4 3, Pittsburgh.
*11:1yd
W I 1 3 . 1 L . Lit r. 31 ., 8 .d A - S ILN t H IL L Bou. pEN ER N
STREET, Non 20, 22, 24 and ta. lron
Raving secured a
large yard and furnished it with the most improved
machinery, en ars prepared to manufacuus esery
dmcriptieu of BOILERS, In the best nuusser, and
arm - lamed equal to say mails to The country.
CHIMNEYS, REICHER, yurs REDS, STEAM
PIPES, LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS, CONDENSERS,
SALT PANS, TANKS, OIL STILLS, AGITATORS,
SETTLING PANS, BOILER IRON BRIDGES,
SUGAR PANS, and sole manufacturers of BARN•
BILL'S PATENT BOILERS. Repairing done on
the shortest notion.
dalktf
BRITANNIA AND BRASS WORKS
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
(800coovoro to Orlo Xoorton.)
Manufacturers of CASTOR FRAMES, MUGS, CUPS,
LADLES, and a. groat vs:laq of BRITANNIA
articles. Alm, CARBON OIL LAMP BURNERS
and LAMP BRASSES genendly, No. 139 Second
street, Pittsburgh.
ALLEN M CVRMICK & CO., VALLEY
Yorsmor, Pittatrturb, P.
alTrWarebouse, 3SI LTBERTY STREET,
Manufacturers of COOIC, PARLOR AND /TEA T
l NG STOVES, PA RLOR AND KITCHEN ORA TF-4,
HOLLOW WARE. etc., Stool and Glass Moulds, Roll
ing Mill Casting*, Mill Graring, Gas, Water and Ar
tize_n Pipe, Sad Irons, Dog Irons, Wagon Boxes, Su
gar Kettle., Pulley., Bangor°, Carlfbeels, Couplings
and Castings generally. Also, Jobbing and Machleo
etulflup =ado to order. Patented ?Orfila° Mill,
with Steam or florae !barer. apl4:Ccnd
JOSEPH V. HAMILTON & CO.,
Cor FIRST AND LIBRRTY STI. , Pltlshrrgh,
klAosfooturoro of
Sr PERIi IR STRAY ENGINES, II ACIIINERT,
nay Ita f
SSEVERANCE, No. 53 WATP.R ST.,
. Pittabunth.triaaufactorrr of BOILER RIVETS,
WROUGHT SPIKER, common *l'd railroad, of every
deacriptioa.
Particular aired or ebapod SPIRES and RIVETS,
largo or entail, mods to order at abort notice. A
rod ataortroont conetantly on hand„toy2o:tia
VELLS., RIDDLF. CV., No. 215
Liberty west, oppcialto girth, Mob
coanufact wort of WHIPS, LASERS and MITA
ES, and every description of LEATILER BRAIDED
WORK.
Orders solicited from the trade, sad goods prompt
y shipped as per theractlous. teddy
Ddo W. BENNETT, Manufacturers of
. WRITS STONI LIIINA and CREAM COI,
OItED WARP..
• • -•
Palm mid Wareham at No. 74 FIFTH STREET,
Pittsburgh. rshlEdy
- DRY -- ' GOODS. -
... _ .
oaX 11111..31....J.5. R. CAi11....1.Y10 111 . CAXIAPSL
WI I/SON, CASK A: CO.,
(Lat. Wits.. Paine A C 0.,)
Wholoode dealers IC FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
MIT GOODS, NO. IK Wood street, third house above
Diamond alley, Plttebitrgh. &WU(
/wet. 1. LANZ r I.TICS !Lt rLTTLa.
LAKE, NicABOY is (x)., Donlan] in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DIIT GOODS, No.
140 Federal etreet, (second dair . below new iiarkot
Morion,) Alleghorg ltl, mbEly
i4AT(TS: - , MAeltarrt, (AL WholnetaTe
andßetell Dedeliborlititatisasi EMBROI
DERIES and DRY GOODS,ry dia alcerription,
Nos. 17 and 19 Filth street, Pittatrargh.
. . _
ULYDE, Wholesale and
Retell Dealers In FANCY AND STAPLIC DRY
ROODS, TRIMMINGS Ake , No. 75 Market street,
between Diamond 1.4 FMrit rittitm7' s . •
JM. BURCHFIELD,(successor to
. Burchfield A. r..,} Wholeaole Ratan Dealer
le STAPLII AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Northeast
torpor of Fourth and Market streets, Pltteburgh.
JOSEPH lIORSI, Wholesale rt . n(1111. 1
tail Dealer in all kinds or TRIMMINGS, DRY
GOODS, &e., Nos. 77 nod 79 Market street.
BAItKER & CO., Dealers in all
J. kinds of DRY GOODS, No. 62 Market street,
Wyman Third and Fourth, Platburgh.
c 11. PAIMER, N0.'84 'Wood Street,
Dealer In BONNETS, HATS, STRAW TRIM
MINGS, and STRAW •000D8 morally.
DRITCriI W~
QIIION JOHN • -Dealer in PUItE
DE 1503 ARV C:1 N.A.tit -rigarumm,
FANCY COM EPPS V i trotD;OLLS, 711.111-•
iLy invicuris t -b. toyrrehr..l..ll.*.
which his offers at aired prism sportier firetweld
andlYourth streets, Pfttsburgb. .Prescrlptlorks care
fully C1 . 3111p01/21ded at all btoprin 7 .
, .
D A. FAHNE STOCK & (X)., Whore- -
We Druggists, and usgmufseturers of WHITE
LEAD AND LITIZARGE, corner of Wood and Front
streets, Pittsburgh. mh7
JOLIN P. SWIT, Wholesale Dealer in
DRUGS, PAINIA OILS, VARNISHES AND
DYE STUFFS, No. 2:43 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
All orders will receive prompt attention.
rtlt. GEORGE ft KEYSER, Druggist,
Li No. 140 Word 44:404)4 4 corner of V l4 OO 1 U 14 7.
Plttaburgh. •
7.1r8 umc.sJrcx ✓I6EJPT6.
- - - - -
T GARDINER. COFFIN, Agent for
U • rra.oldte,Pbnaaeleas and Bollanoalmoranto
Comm:deo, Notilinhatcornor Wood and Third etc
. .
WY. JONES, 'Agent North Annintic
• motet PinreoLeht,, tee Ilartronl hour
&nee Companfeei Wder Irttert.
QAli I L RE." • oretary Citizens' In
k) mance Ortakany, corner Market and Water its.
1. 1 M. GORDON,Seeretnry Western In
..,nsoce Company,92 Water Wraet.
Dft. - BooK,Socretary Allegheny In
..num Camputy,Willth street.
Ife.
etHARLOTTE BLUME, Dealer in MU
-810 AND mrsicAL INSTRUMENTS. Sole
agent fbr KIWIS - A 00.13 PIANOS, LIAISES
"DROS. PIANOS, And VitINDE CO.'B, MELODY
DNS. No- 43 Fifth ',trot , wend door above Wood,
Pittsburgh. Plena to let, and taken in exchange
fbr new, apt 9
11.1 - KLEBER & BRO., Dealers in hill
aro tarn inmost iNt3TRUMICNTS, mit
.we apnea for iirEINWAY'S OZI,EBILATBD n
ese.% No. &Unfit atreol;Pittsborgh. mr3i
rffARLES NELLO - R, - Dealer in
.J fluxes, itaLonacess, se., go. Wood st,
between rofifill street Diamond rittet,l.
PIITI3BURGU,PJL,
Mentillbctttroro of
MESSRS. N. A. STRWART, Oliver Rice, B. P.
&alma, B. J. Everson, 8. 1. Knoptans, 8. J.
Williams, J. barmy and F. Potter, publish the
following call in the
.Indionapolia fourttai 7
"We, the undersignod, solemnly pledge our
lives, our fortune's end our sacred honor,
to the cause of this Glorious Union, and
hereby unite as a band of brother volunteers
In the National army, for the especial object
of going to Richmoud to release our unfortu
nate soldiers now starving in Libby Prison.
We appeal to the patriotic to Join our ranks.
We are now mustering In this city. Officers
wanted."
FHA I:CF AND TIM UNITND STITIO.• In the
French "Yellow Book," there is the eorree
pondonce between France and the l'uited
States, referring en the one hand to tho sup
posed alliance between !tussle and America,
and en the other to the assumed argoemont
between Franco and the Confederates. Mr.
Dayton denies the rumor of a Russo-Ameri
can Alliance, in the same nay M. Dronyn de
Minya denies that the sentiments of the French
aoverameat have changed. There has not
been any arrangement for the cession of Tomas
or Louisiana.
Tex EUROPEAN Cosner-al.—The subject of
the proposed Congress is still warmly debated
by the Continental journals ; but, according
to 'Were from Paris, all the invited, with the
exception of Italy, aro waiting to see what
coarse will be taken by the British govern
ment. The Pap reminds its readers that
Lord Clarendon made this same proposal in
BM. In Paris, the rumor that- Lord Palmer
ston was about to visit the Emperor, at Com
piegne, is denied
"MarOmura," who has written so ably in
tho Thos rotative to International rights, Is
Dr. Moseley, the author of "The History of
the Lowlands."
VICTOR EMANICIL, King of Italy, has had an
•!tart of delirium tremens.
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, IS6„
NVEDNESDAV MORNI\O• DE(
TERMS OF•THE GAZETTE.
MOSNING EPITION, by mail, per ..... 19 00
mouth 70
" cup les
Evngiso EDITMN, by mall, per year......... ..... .... 4 50.
month 38.
week 10.
" single copies 9.
WW.ILT Lemon, single copies, per year... 900.
I=!==l
" club. of 10 or more" ... 1 2.3.
--and one extra to the party. sending club. For a
club of Ltfteen, we will eend the ETINING G•trrrs
daily. For • club of twenty, wo will send the
blonsmo Gurrrs daily. Single copies, It cents.
17.1" All snlecriptlone ntrictly le *drone., and papers
always etopped ales the dove expire..
The Result of the New York Election.
Speaking of the result of the New York
city election, by which Mr. Gunther, inde
pendent candidate and Peace Democrat, was
elected over Boole, the nominee of the !de
sert and Tammany '•machioee," and over
Blunt, the nominee of the Union party, the
N. Y. TrTho.,,, of Wednesday, may,
What the people are struggling fur and
blindly groping towards is Municipal rule in
dependent of party. That, Mr. Gunther, is
the tide that has borne you to fortune, though
you do not think so. With the Mozart or
Tammany machine at your back, you stood a
good chance to Le beaten. The people saw
the great machines eompined against you, and
nearly all the newspapers apparently working
with them, and they resolved to bow that
they could go against the machines and the
newspapers. They may bo Democrats or Re
publicans; but they don't want their taxes
doubled and trebled to run any party's ma
chines or feed its paupers. On .the contrary,
three-fourths of them would like to divorce j
the Municipality from all connection with i
Federal and State politica if they only could
see how. Your election is an attempt by
thousands to achieve this end. • • •
In many aspects, this result will do good.
It reduces the power and prestige of machines,
and increases the consequence of the individ
ual voter. It will encourage men to think
and act for themselves in defiance of clique or
party. And, although it will not immediate
ly destroy the power of "The Ring," it shows
how it oan and will he detuolishod. So let
us go on our way rejoicing.
SENT Secret.—Of the eitisens of Anne
Arundel county (Md.), recently taken to Bal
timore on a charge oLdieloyalty, all but two—
Hon. Thomas 0. PR, tt, ex-Governor of the
State, and Colonel Joseph Nicholson—took
the oath of allogiance and were released.
Messrs. Pratt and Nicholson have boon sent
to Fortress Monroe to be taken thence into
the rebel lines, under orders not to return to
the North during the war. The Baltimore
Son says: Ex-Uovornor Pratt was elected
Governor of this State in Sit by the Whig
party, end was Aublequentl) cb..een a United
Slates Senator by the Mar,) land Legislature.
Be served one term. Ho was Leveret times a
member of the tits 0 smote, and has for
thirty years post occupied a prominent politi
cal position in this State. Colonel Nicholson
was (or many years clerk bf the Maryland
State Senate, and sul.viluent!y n Clerk in the
United State+ 5,. a,'.- Ile is well known
throughout thi+ Stale. Es+ bat theme g,,r.t lc
teen is Over fifty years of age.
iVr.r.ven BOlLKlLi.—ln.toad of riveting the
plates of steam boilers, efforts aro now being
made to weld the plates, thus to produce twit.
ere free from joints. The method to effect this
is to beat the edges of the plates to a welling
heat with gas flame, and hammer them to
gether. A email ogreish boiler has been fin
ished by Chia method. In forming the deck
beams of the iron frigate Warrior, the woks of
two T irons were joined together by a bar of
11 section called a glut, which, with the edges
to be welded, was raised to a welding beat by
jets of gas flame; tbe whole H. then welded
together, uniting the aegis irons and deck
beams into solid forgingi, instead of bolting
or riveting them together. In the building of
iron vessels this system deserves universal
attention.
WESTERN ARKANSAS ANDTHE INPIAN TERRI
max.—Affairs are quiet in Western Arkansas
and the Indian Territory. The Leaven worth
61.ssersatine has advises from Fort. Gibson to
the 14th •f November, when under orders
from Gen. McNeill, all the while troops left
Fort Gibson on the 11th inst., for Fort Smith.
They consisted of the I.: arises Sixth, part of
the Kansas Twelfth, and llopkins' Kansas
Flattery. Cul. John Ritchie is in command
at Fort Gibson, and gives universal satislae•
lion. Ile has three Indian regiments in hi.
brigade. This is the whole of the loyal force
now In the Indian Territory. Col. Cloud is
doing gallant service in scouting the country
below Fort Smith. The rebel Cooper is driven
beyond Red river, and Quantroll and Shelby
are in Texas.
Tue New York Ilerfild say, that the Oar
of Rotolo hen directed Baron Stoeckel, hie
Minieter at Washington, to invite our Presi
dent, his Cabinet and the corps diplornafique to
a grand cbiceuer, which i, to be given on
board of the Hurffian frigate which nailed yet
torday for Washington. The Czar ordered
that the affair be gotten op in grand style,
end to carry out thin desire nn the part of tho
Emperor, a carte blanche he. been given to
fielmonico, to provide a breakfast for two
hundred. fie sendfr to Wroftringtor,ome fifty
or rixty of his aids, cooks, dc., and ail the
magnificent plate and ware.
A Pooa NORMET.—The London T..<. is
not good at prophesying, as the public have
had frequent opportunities of observing since
the eommenootnent of the war. Its last dis
play of this kind was in its issue •f Novem
ber 14th, when it said that the utmost that
Grant could do during the present winter was
to remain quiet at ellattenooga, and omen this
was not probable; that Meade &,old make no
advance, etc. Everything has turned up just
opposite to the predictions of the M.., and
we do not think the news by the last out
henna steamers will be calculated to benefit
Its reputation for good judgment or improve
its temper.
=MEE
EVENING GAZETTE TELEGRAMS.
FAILURE OF MEADE'S CAMPAIGN.
A THOUSAND NEN LOST IN THE lIRTREAT.
Rebel Papers on the Situation.
LONOSTREET RETREATING FROM BE
FORE KNOXVILLE.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
PIITL/DIELPHIA, Dec. 2, 1863
The old story I Tho Army of the Potomac is
back again on the old stamping ground,
weary and worn, though. Two to one the
enemy were posted on Mine River stream.
There are tea feet water and five feet mud and
marsh on the border. The ground on either
side of the western elope was fortlfled by the
enemy, with abatis and felled trees. The posi
tion Is stronger than Prederieksburg. The
Firstand Third corps bridged the stream.
Gen. Warren was to have 'darted and turned
the enemy's right wing. The Finned Sixth,
under Sykes and Sedgwlok, were to attack his
loft, while the Third and First were to make a
lemonstration upon his centre. The reserves
of artillery had all been brought forward and
positioned ready for action, but for some
reason, Gen. Warren failed to connect, and
night found our forces drawn up In line of
battle. A change was then made in the pro-
gramme.
Gen. Worrell did not deem his force ade
quate to the tank of turning the enemy's right.
lie was still vvinforecd by two divinions of
the third army corps, under liens. Carr and
Prince, while Birney, with hie division of the
same corps, was to support the artillery.
We lost a thousand mon in the retreat.
There Is little probability now of another
movement before spring.
Leo avoided an engagement, knowing oar
supplies must give out If the hoer of conflict
was contracted.
The Richmond papers state exactly how
many days' raticlos our troops took with them
when they cut off from their hese of supplies,
on making the advance movement from the
Rapidan.
Rebel dispatches from Atlanta elate that the
rebel loss at Chattanooga is net a thousand,
while the enemy lost twenty thousand.
The Richmond papers clamor (or tho re
moval of General Bragg, though Jeff Davis
holds him In favor.
The doubtful position of Longstreet, and
the 41cmpondeney of the Southern people, are
not denied by the rubel journals.
The reports that Longotreet Is retreating
from before Knoxville towards Virginia Is
confirmed this morning.
The Richmond 1.:•4144ircr says After three
years of war, that no officer but Gen. Bragg
in the Southwest retains the confidence of the
President, storms the public, and unless this
impression Is speedily removed, will engender
despair. lien. Pemberton's disaster at Vicks
burg nearly broke the public heart.
:4,141 this scorning Is gaoled at 419 c.
The Richmond DJ . . .pitch says Tho defeat
of I:en. Bragg, which has long been !brume,
has taken place. As far uwe can learn, no
body we+ rurprised. W. J.. 1
Important from Meade's Army.
THE WHOLE ARMY AGAIN NORTH OF
THE RAPIDAN !
The Enemy's Position too Strong to
Carry by Assault,
THE RETREAT CO3I3IENCED ON TUESDAY.
LEE REPORTED REINFORCED BY LONGSTREET
Details of Operations ou Sunday.
THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA CLOSED.
Probable Removal of General Meade
I,ENs sEllWfilCK AND HOOKER NAMED As
if EA LIE'S SUCCESSOR
QHMEMI
Nne Volts, Dec. 3.--A special dispatch to
the Tc.boec from 'Washington, dated Decem
ber 21, says : The Army of the Potomac to
night encamps on the grounds it left on the
morning of Thanksgiving. The reasons for
this sudden oheoge of programme, without
forcing Lee to a general battle, aro those:
A council of war was held on Monday night,
and the facts demonstrated that the enemy
RAJ entrenched behind very formidable earth
works, which they were ovary moment
strengthening. Tbo fearful lots it would en
tail upon us, and the impossibility of succor
ing our wounded before they would perish
with cold, In ease we attempted to carry the
rebel works, by assault, wert some of the con
siderations which induced this action. - Besides,
neon Cations and forage had nearly run oat,
and the roads were too bad to allow further
transportation from our distant base of sup
plies.
Those weighty considerations, it Is olalmed,
Induced the Commander to issue an order to
fall back.
To-night the Army of tho Potomac recta on
Its old baso on the line of the Orange and
Alexandria Railroad.
- • .
As late as 10 o'clock yesterday, wo rode a
circuit In front of our most advance artillery
position. We could look over into the rebel
works and see Lee's greybacke, digging away
with wonderful activity. Their guns are all
mounted, and fronting at no.
Rumors are rife in camp that Longstreet
had reinforced Lee, and we were falling back
on Fredericksburg, but I could trace them to
no trustworthy source till about 9 o'clock r. u.,
when all fell back, crossing the Rapidan by
Germania and Culpepper fords.
Oar total looses in misilling and wounded
are 530 and 60 killed. Our wounded suffered
extremely in their ambulances on rough roads,
and by severe cold, while lying In wagons
last night, and as they must again to-night.
A special train has already been dispatched
up the road to bring down the disabled men.
The railroad track and telegraph wires re
mained as we left them, uninjured. Our main
army loft the front about midnight on Tues
day night, and its advance could be seen ap
proaching Brandy Station at four o'clock this
morning.
A party of five rebel cavalrymon came dash
ing up to the west bank of tho Rapidan, af
ter our bridges ;were up. They were greeted
with shell and vanished.
But one train per day now Tune upon the
railroad, And that at night.
The guerrillas charged with shooting one
of oar men, came in on to-night's train from
Catlett's Station.
On Sunday night some guerrillas rushed
into 4 tent of the 100th Ppmssylvantit on
picket near Licking Run, and captured dee of
them.
Yestorday morning three guerrillas caught
a private of the 142 d Penn'a while guard
ing the railroad near Catlett's Station, strip
ped him of every vestige of clothing and shot
him doad with his own gun. The guerrillas
--,-`_ .. ,~...2
brought down . right aro suspected of har
ing some connect.on with this brutal murder.
New Year., Dc.c. d.—Tho World's Washing- 'III"fSBURGEI THEATRE.
Lou. special, says : The campaign in Virginia
is ended, and all forward movement on the :
part of the Army of the Potomac has ceased. : _
Ong forces have already nearly completed , }3,,,fit of the ~ , p.),Rtnan artiste, It. E. J. MILKS,
their return to their old base, along the Orange ' on which occasion he will appear In two great piece,
dt Alexandria Railroad, at Culpepper, Brandy
1 Three horses to.night„ HIAWATHA, WATAMAB
- Station and Rappahannock Bridge.
and GOLIAII.
The retrograde movement commenced on . THIS (Friday) EVENING,
Tuesday. , Will LH pmeeted, Me grand tptrtacl.) Drama ent Med
It is Said in Washington that the failure , m AZEPPA; or, THE WILD HOUSE OF TAETA RY
to carry oat the plans of the War Depart
moot, involves the loss of General hieade's , At,,j,',..Pr„„. )). tr. Kamen.
position as commander of the Army of the orlinakt ...... -........Ann1e F.),11e.
Potomac. ' Ta• W. 1.1 Llorw , . , WaLormh.
The reasons given for the abandonment of TO t one ludo with
the campaign are, that Leo has so intrenched I CLAUDE DI:VA L ; or, Too KNIGHT?, or Tel 80..
,
!'laude E. E. J. Miles.
himself, as to delay any rapid ativarteeon our 1 u 0 „., }3, ,..,.
..... Hiawatha.
part, and at the same time to prevent an 1 Thu Jackass, by Gol lab.
attack.
Asir army fell back in a safe and orderly I r - r te"' sue-"- -
manner, the enemy being Ignorant of our in•
[optima.
Seas. Scdgwick and Hooker aro prominent
13t named for Gen. Meade's successor, if any
change Is made.
The Iferahrs specials also state that the
condition of the roads, and the want of sup
plies Induced Meade to fall buck to Brandy
I Station, which is now made his base of sup
plies, trains laden with provisions rapidly
reaching that point from Alexandria.
Oar army, after the check administered to
GOD. Warren at Mine Run, on Monday, fell
hark to the Rapidan, and oressed the river in
safety at night.
The Herold has the following:
Mine river is a stream ten feet in width
but very shallow, if we judge by the depth o
clear water. But it LS very deep when we
count the mud at its bottom. At its sides
entering several rods hack, is a low marsh,
miry and reed-grown from the edges of the
marsh. The land rises gradually to the height
of perhaps one hundred feet. Half a mile
back from the right shore those slopes open,and
in many places are cultivated patches of young
pines, which extend back to the dense woods,
and which crown the summits of the hills.
The enemy had fortified the western slope
by strom earthworks at its commit—in front
I of which felled trees and bluish formed an Im
penetrable abattle. They had also dug a
succession of pile, half way up the slope, and
within easy range of the creek, and another
Series of the same style of defenses at the
Commencement of the abattis. His line of de
fenses extended from Clark's mountain south
of the plank road to the mouth of the stream,
and was tally supported by artillery, and was
in fact said by military men to be a stronger
position titan he neld at Fredericksburg. I
A Tribune special says : On Sunday morn
log General Warren, of the 241 Corps. with the i
Ed Division of the huh Corps, moved down on ,
the Fredericksburg !plank road, which rune
parallel with the Oraage pike, and about three
miles from it, and proceeded for a mile, when
he encountered the enemy's skirmishers. who
were driven - st mile and a half to the west.
The enemy then opened with artillery on the
2.1 Division of the 2d Corps, free some tem
porary works on a hill, half a mile south of
the unfinished railroad, but were soon driven
out, rind the Corps rested for the night, with
the Intention of charging and flanking the
rebels le thosmonling.
Early yesterday morning, Lien. Warren re
quested hie commanders to inform their men
of the nature of the task before them, and to
exhort them to make a gallant assault upon
the enemy's works in their front, which had
been thrown up during the night. lie then
made a personal inspection of the works, and
for an hour and A hal f hu he si tate d to act.
Atter an hour's cannonading :ho rear to make
a grand charge, and the men were instructed
to rOSOIVO their fire till they entered the rebel
works. Su chargewe 3 made on the left.
At ten thirty .1. a , General Mead-- Call.
-lawn to the left, and wag fir a t--ax ti•n• an
gaged in earnest e•-nversatian with t-se War.
CAA. lAA.I AA. Manic 52f Mc/ to be nLl.in . r;ag
a rebuke to lrart,ri.
Gounterrei , ^r• rre,..ted—The Ca ore
or. 5,000 I:Owl,' Nut Confirmed '? , at
leired int• -Grant's Movementh • : -
traband—C.::•. llntgz Reported -
Inferred, Sir.
CINCINNAT:. Dec- e.ber 3.—Eight persons
have been arrested ro for passing counter
terfeit twenty doIL.. Treo.ury notes.
About 1,505) bales 01 tiuvernment cotton ar
rived here yesterday. to be sold at auction en
the 14th inst.
A dispatch received from lien. Foster's
chief of staff, dated Cumberland Gap, Dec. Ist,
says that nothing relative to the capture of
5,.000 prisoners at Knoxvfllo.
Memphis adv leen of the 30th, say that the
steamer Black Hawk was bred into by guer
rillas near the mouth of the river, and several
on board wounded. The boat put back to
New Orleans.
Chattanooga dispatches of the 30th says:
Tho movements of the army is eontraliand.
The hospitals are full of wounded from both
armies.
Refugees and deserters report,. that Gen.
Bragg hes been reinfelee•l near Dalton, by
Joe Johnston.
Nothing later from lit,uarille
The Position of the Euemy in A kamins
FORT Sarin, December 2. —General Mc-
Niel has reliable information that the enemy
is stretched along Little Miseuri river. The
right under Price, noistWa-shington; the centre,
utr'^r Marmaduke in the vicinity of Murfrees
boro, and the left, under -Cabal, at Judd°
Gap. Thu., it is thought, they are preparing
for en attack on Fort Smith or Little Rock.
Cooper is In Red Hirer Valley, and Stunwait
is In theCroek Nation. Their total forces aro
estimated at 22,000, bet there no doubt
but that it Is exaggerated.
Gen. Blunt is here.
Removal of Gott. Meade Humored—
Geu. Thomas' Late Operations.
Niro - lona. Iles. 3.--Specialn to tho Tribune
from Witehingtea, of the J. say : The rumor
that the ilevernment Is considering the pro.
printy of relieving Meade gains strength rind
currency.
The statement telegraphed from Washiog
ton and Cincinnati that Oen. Thomas had
telegraphed le the President that in his late
operations he noted in accordance with the
plane matured by Roseanne before hie re•
moved, to authoritatively pronounced false.
Longatroet'■ Retreat—Siege of Knox _
villa Raised.
NIW Your, Deo. B.—The Wor/d's speoial
dispatch from Washington, dated Deo. 2d,
says : It is understood the government has
adviees of Longstreet's retreat toward Bristol,
Tennessee, from which place there Is a rail
road communication to - Richmond. It is oer
tamp that the siege of Knoxville to raised, and
the rebel line of retreat is the only one , open
to them.
From Mexteo
NEW Tons, Deo. 3.—The steamer Parkers
burg has arrived from Now Orleans, with
dates to Nov. 23d.
The Era has a report, yin Yore Cruz, to
November 31, one week later than those via
New Orleans, which contain nothing of the
reported capture of Puebla. It was even
stated that Juares wan about to retreat to San
Lois Potosi.
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The management has the pleasure of announcing
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Edam o Dail, for ONE WEEK ONLY, commencing on
Tin:L.lday Evening, Deo. 3d,
With the great
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end of the more sucoesidul • gage ante eror played
Whooling.
Mutiume no a wiwk, and the 11x11 crowded with
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GROPESTEEN A CO.'S PIANOS, full 7 oc
tave rosewood, warranted, fur UAL &LAB
SU A T. L & TPA YEN'S Parlor Gem.PIANOS fur
PDlNcm's MELODEONS, the beet made. Prices
from 7(7 to 1 , 72 0 .
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CUARLOTTE 11Lti41E,43 Fifth street.
Sole agent for above Instruments.
11E.,1L EST4TE AGEXTS.
AATILLIAM WARD, Dealer in PROM
VV InSORT 'NOM, BONDS, MORTGAGE'S, and
nll securities for money , .
Persons can procure LOANS, through my a g ency,
no nom:able terms.
Tlevo arlahlng to turret their money togood advan
tage. can always And drat and second clam paper at
my omoo for tale,
All commonlcatloolf and Interviews atrlctly cane
dentlal. Medi 01111111 street, oppoefte tat. Paul'.
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VOLUME LXXVII---NO. 16.
Rica"'
qON, HARLHY & CO.,
COMMISSION !I TOSWARDING mitconeuris,
Crude and Relined Petroleum,
Ha 19 IBRDI STREET, PITIIII3IIEGR.
031 - Liberal Cash attssacts en victigamenta for
Pittsburgh or E.mtern Markets.
&imam J. S. Dilworth &
Springer Ilarbangh, Fag.,
Thompson Bell. rag., Prot. Commercial Bank.
mhlo76ro
TACK & LIKO.,
IMMO MI
Crude and Refined Petroleum,
132 WALNUT BT., PHILADELPHIA.
B.loess entrusted to ear earn will niesplen oar
prompt personal attention.
Refer to Messrs. Richardson, Harley A Co., Brewer,
Darts A Ca., and Bic-flatland d Darts, Pittabmgh ;
Than. Smith, Eng., Preet. Boot 2i. A.; IL L. Poster
A Co., Philadelphia.. aus-1,
IRON CITY OIL WORKS.
LYDAY & CHORPENNING,
hintrafactarere and Refiner" of CARBON' OIL, HEN
ZINK, AND LUDItIOATING OILS, and &alma 113
CI U>lE 1 , 1t71•12.0 LAI; IJM
Works, uppaelt• Sharpebtug.
°floe, No. 69 HAND EITUIEILT.
D L. M I LLBR, .Ia , Aassr,
129 IVALNL7T ST., PHILADELPHIA..
CRUDE & REFINED PETROLEUM
On Cemmlnslon excittetvely. All chug. at mint
nnntonehle rune,
STORAGE FOR REFRIED In owl onllarn. run
CRUDE, cinder god .Leda.
• •.
Particular attention paid to OIL FOB EXTORT
Foa Sets—CALISTIC t+ODA, SODA ASH, kr
CA Burk PEN BE RTON,
General Merchandise Brokers,
SOPIII FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
CRUDE & REFINED PETROLEUM,
('ACETIC SODA. SODA ASH, ISSIAL,TONE
DlLL'flc, OILS, arr., dc.
Orden to buy or promptly attended to.
sully
ALLEN 4 N EDL
001IMISSION If ER CIIA
Particular attention paid to cotiatomocita of
Crude and Refined Petroleum.
ear Liberal advances made.
aultly
HIC.N.RY-111E,
13 NORTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA
Broker a: Comm nseion Merchant
s■
CRUDE & REFINED PETROLEUM,
LUDOICATING OIL A ND BSITZOLIit,
And dna!, In Cato and 11,41.1 PI:TROLL - Cl]
BAJLELELS:
BURKE & CU.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GLOBE, j'AOITIO AND LIBIIIITY OIL WOBES.
Lama mob attranoes mods ona ormaignmeats of
Refined or Crude Petro/turn
MB. DUQUESNE WAY A HANCOCK SYS.,
OIL MEN need not be embarrassed by
the enforcement of tho Bulk Ordinance, when
they can have their OIL barrelled and shipped with
out touching the City Wharves, as cheep, more
prompt, with lens risk, lea trouble and lu better
order, at
KIRK'S OIL YARD,
On the Allegheny Valley Railroad, above Law-ream
ille, when Oil is pumped from the bowie direct . to
the rani, and skipped to any point, East or {Teat,
telthent soy drayfrm er re-shipplug.
.1 1 / 4, 11 , 414M0:a pramptly attended te.
dim at Yard, en Chimes Paseeoger It. R.
Peat 001 m address, BOX 902, Pittsburgh ; or I can
be wen daily at the Om Excaanaa.
ap2ll DAVID ICI EX.
JOB! ............... MIMIC t
WALLACE Sc CURTISS,
Commission Merchants,
0: 1 010):t4:434.43114:i00:(08:41y1
BENZINE AND LUBRICATING 011A1.
N. 134 SOUTH WHARVES, THILADHLPHIA
OEFr Storage capacity (cinder corer,) for 15,000 !Ala.
Also excellent facilities for chipping to American
mid Foreign ports, at our wharf nu the Schuylkill
Ricer, near the platform of the P. R. R. 1e25:1y
WALES, WETMORE .3: CO.,
COMMISSION M EIICI3 A NTS
SHIPPERS OF PETROLEUM,
Ample likeilltße (Or STORAGE AND SRIPPING,
at their yard sod wharf, RED nowt.
myl4:tf
- - -
DIAMOND OIL WORKS
NAYLOR & BAUM
Refiners and Dealers in Carbon Oil,
thzenrpassed by any tn the market
oar Orders left at tbotr office, No. 41 MARKET
STRltitr,or at (bete wain) to Lawrenceville, wilt bo
promptly attended to. Buyers of CRUDE OLL.
albeit
ROBERT ASHWORTH,
No. 1 ffT. CLAIR ST., PITTSBURGH,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
AND DRALES IN OITA
oar I LLIEMTHATTNG. LUBRICATING, CRUDE
PETROLEUM OILS, a... constantly Ms hand sad
for sale at the locrest market prices. Consignments
and orders solicited. ap7Ass
CID. w-4°`44-71E,-OiriaTlTEßT44`'
WOOD% I .
GEO. W. HOLDSHIP & Co.,
Mannfarturen. of BURNING OIL AND ttrharcA-
TlNG limp constantly on hand tho very best
quality of HL ENING OIL, clear and without color;
alma, a good LUBRICATOR, pure WILITZ BIN
ZOLE and GAR GREASE.
OEM=
CT All orders 101 l at No. 3.5 PIPTTI STREET,
Bank Block, second floor, will be promptly attended
to. othrtf
R S. WARINET,
CIIDUF., fl TTNBD, MACIII2iEBY AND PAINT
OILS.
And dealer to Mentos Materials.
No. 33 KARIM fir, Pltuburgh.
LUCEN t i OIL WORM. •
DtriOAN, DUNLAP & QO
Idamfactorofs of
Pure White Refined O arb " Oa%
No. lei Lunn= smut
mytkemax
OILS, Jrc.
BENZINR, Am,
r==M
El=
Agonto of ttoo
Prrrarokaz. PA.
Aed dealers le
pniseosev,