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FRIDAY 140BNINGi=:::::: :::=DEC. 4,1868
CITY AN SUBURBAN.
Meeting of Allegheny Connell&
•A reviler monthly meeting of Allegheny
Datusells was hold on Thursday evening, De-
petedieir 24t -
In - Sefect s present Messrs. Hopkins, Irwin,
Kiiiistriek, Knox, Patterson, Riddle, Smith,.
'Wright and President Marshall.'
Minutes of preceding meeting read and ap
Mr. Knox presented a petition for the erec
tion of a gas lamp at the corner of lintel%
avenue and Strawberry alley. Read and re
Mr. Biddle, a petition from Messrs. White
k Alexander, addressed to the Commissioners
of the Market House and City Hall, asking
that the amount to be withheld on their con
tract' be reduced from twenty to ten per cent•
-Head and referred back to the COIXIMiII3IO2I
ore, with power to act._ -
Bill of R. R. Wray, for $l5, for coal fur
nished the City Treasurer's office; and bill of
White A Alexander, for $2, for hardware.
Warrants ordered to be drawn for the amounts.
Mr. Wrightsubmitted the report of the Com.
mitteo on Streets, stating that the contract for
the grading of Ridge street had been awarded
to Fames nesting', at 33 cents per cubic
yard. The report of the reeler:ass in the mat
ter of the widening of River avenue has been
confirmed by the Court, and the avenue will
be opened as soon as the legal difficulties are
remotest. - In reference to the opening of a
street on the line of the canal, from Lscock
street to River avenue, the CommitAee report
that the Railroad Company denies the aban
donment of the canal, and nothing more can
be done at-present.
The report was accompanied with a reso
lution to pay the bill of G. L. Mclntyre, for
paving, amountingto $54 00.
The Committee had received a communica
tion from Coo. W. Cass, President of the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway
Company, relative to tho opening of Allegheny
avenue, north of the line of the railroad.
The Committee reported that they had met on
the ground, and after a conference with Mr.
Cam they agreed to the change of location,
and recommend the passage of the following
licrolced, That the Committee on StVeets,
in connection with the, City Solicitor be aa
thorised to draw an agreement with the Pitts
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway
Company, for the payment of such amounts as
proposed by Mr. Cass, and also such other
amounts as may be assessed against them by
the Board of Viewers on the opening of Alle
Tho report was accepted and resolution
adopted. The Common Council concurred,
provided the words ”against them," in the
lait'reacilution, be stricken ant.
Mr. Kirkpatrick presented the report of the
Committee on Water, with a resolution for the
payment of sundr y bills, amounting to
$1,372 85. Also the following:
That the Committee ea Water be
authorised to purchase $l,OOO worth of water
meters, and have the some attached at each
times and places as they in their judgment
nosy -think proper.
The report was accepted, and resolution
Mr. Wright, Secretary of the Commiselon
ars for the. MarkitMouse,preeented a commu
nication suggesting the propriety of Councils
authorizing the commissioners to make s lease
with the government for tho rooms in the
southeast corner of the City Ball for a city
post-office. .Also, asking for authority to
erect doors on the north and west sides of the
new market house.
The communication was referred to the
Commissioners, with power to act.
Mr. Kirkpatrick presented bill of Mayor
Alexander, for $BO, paid in pursuance of a
compromise with Geo. G. Borten, for injuries
sustained by him in falling into an excava
tion at the northwest corner of tho market
The hiltless accepted r endn Violation 113'.7 .
passed authorising Its payme ht.
The President submitted with expressions
of regret, a communication from Joseph Kirk
Esq., tendering his resignation es a I
member of Select Council from the Second
Ward. The motion assigned was his Inability I
to devote the necessary time to the interests
of the city, and his intention to remove from
the city in the ensuing spring.
Several members paid Mr. Kirkpatrick high
compliments for thirfalthful and valuable ser
vices which he had rendered the city, and in
vlow,,of the fact that he is not going to leave
the city for some months yet, the communica
tion was unanimously laid upon the table.
In Commms Conseil, present Messrs. Dunlap,
Francis, neekadorn, Ifutchinson, Miller, Pat
terson. A. D. Smith, Wm. Smith, Stockton,
Tato, Thompson and President Brown.
Minutes of the previous meeting read and
Mo. Miller presented the report of the ,
Committee on Surveys, with a resolution to
pay the following bills : Wm. Monandry, $93,
for services as Recording Regulator, from De-
Comber, 1882, to Nov. 27th, 1863. R. R. Ray,
fOr services as Assistant Regulator, from July
let, to. Nov. 27th, 1863, 415 50. Accepted,
and bills ordered to be paid.
Mr. Thompton presented the report of the
Committee on Gas, with bill of A. kD. H.
Chambers, for $lB 75, :or glass for gas lamps.
Accepted,and bill authorized to be paid.
Mr. Dunlap presented the report of the
Market Committee, approving the returns of
the Weigh Masters, fos November, as follows :
fcandrett, Dtamond ..... .56
John A. Whito, Second Ward 333 05
Total —Ms tc
The report was accompanied with a resole
tion to pay bill of James Godfrey, for repair
ing scales $25; and John A. White, for nails,.
coal, etc., $13,20. Report accepted and reso
A proposition was read from the Columbia
Rose and Rook and Ladder Company, offer
log the use of their apparatus to the city for
the rum of $5OO pm, annum. Road and re
ferred to the ComulTitee on Engines.
A resolution to pay Messrs. MeCurdy and
McGinnis $1!, for lamp poet protectors, was
road and adopted.
The Committee on Engines reported that
they had examined the account of Mr. Goo.
Ilutchinson, who was employed to dispose of
the fun apparatus , belonging to the city. The
entire sum realised was $7,504 57—with ten
wheels yet to bo sold. They also recommend
that the amount of $4Ol St due Mr. McKenna,
be paid when he corepletes hiscontract with
the city. Also,
resolution to pay Mr. Due
ney's bill of $3 20 for coal. Report accepted
and resolution adopted-
The report of the Committee on City
Property, in regard to which the action of
S. C., at last meeting, was non-concurred In,
was again taken up, and action of 8. C. con
A resolution was offered, authorising the
Street Commissioner to open Sturgeon street,
• from its present terminus to Ridge street.
Adopted. In 8. C.4non-concurred in, and re
ferred to the Committee on Streets.
resolution, authorising the purchase of
. burial lots, in the northeast corner of Mt.
eigen Cemetery, at a cost not exceeding $l5O,
.for the burial of stfangers, was referred to the
.Committee on City - Property.
A rot ation anihnising the purchase of two
Atones, and the employment of p ap enrneer se ,
havethman and dr e
for tin Roe engme so
to apparatus ready for sank; at
an moment, was adopted.
Mr. Smith, Chairman of the Committee on
Fire anginas, stated that the Amoskeng com
pany had informed the Committee that the
new stisamer,and hose for the same, would be
ready by, the let of March.
A resolution of thanks was tendered to Mr.
Mutelation for the faithful manner in which
he had attended to the sale of the .old tire
Messr. A. D. Smith, Duelist and Francis,
of C. C., and Messrs: Knox and Irwin, of S. C.,
were appointed a Committee to audit the city
In all adios not otherwise noted there was
a mutual concurrence; when Councils ad
THZ VAIN/ALI. jAIIILIAT, Oil Pslatinp,
Statuette, yialni ke., to be sold this 'evening
by Delis arid Malliraino, ere arrensidloi ex
- aminstlonWitigh the *dtly, on the - Second
floos,'s4.ltilthStroot, This is cholas and
CRILMAki 001011251011,—The Tkessurier aa
ltaewlediges a Mara? aollectioa' taloa up la
Liberty On" Chatah;rou 7 Sabbath
warship, which wu oialtted: ht the - anal
aseatiSv , seltnoaleSpment.
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The Improvement the Ohio River—
Meeting of the Board of Trade.
• On Thursday afternoon, a meeting of the
Board of Trade was held at their room on
Fourth street, to hear the report of the Com
mittee previously appointed. relative to the
improvement of the Ohio river. The attend
ance was very small, being confined to about
a dozen of our most public spiiited
F. B. Brunet, Bsq., was called to the chair,
and Josiah (Copley and T. J. Bigham, Esqs.,
were chosen Secretarial,.
Mr. George H. Thurston, Chairman of the
Committee, then proceeded to read the report,
which is very voluminous, Ind will occupy
several columns of newspaper printing.
The report opens with • reference to the
importance of the 'improvement of the Ohio
river ' and recounts the several projects which
have heretofore been discussed. The reser
voir system 'was first reviewed, and the in
vestigation!' previously made wore set forth
in detail, but the cariolusioa -was arrived at
that the system was unsatisfactory. The
project of low dams, with open •chutes, was
next investigated,. and the committee con
cludes, from all the facts and figarei attaina
ble, that this plan was theoretically correct.
Tho third and last proposition, to improve the
river by means of locks add dams, or ordinary
elackwater, next claimed the attention of the
committee; end the arguments . ' in favor of
the system together with the numerous ob
jections ag ainst it, were tally set forth. The
conclusion arrived at was, that the latter
project was also feasible. The committee,
while declining to suggest anything in the
shape of a finality, recommend or sanction the
plan of improving the river by combining the
reservoir system with that of low dams and
open sluices. The cost is estimated, accord
ing to the data famished by eminent engi
neers, at $7,000,000 But believing that theo
retical estimates must necessarily fall below
the actual cost, the committee add the sum
of $5,000,000, making the vast improvement
at an expenditure of $12,000,000. This sum
if divided among the six States washed by the
waters of the Ohio, would be readily com
manded, and most of the money could be ob
tained by State and National appropriations.
The report concludes by recommending the
appointment of a committee of five to take
the whole matter in charge, procure the
necessary legislation, and pat the enterprise
into a practical working shape.
The report was accepted, and a motion was
made to appoint the Committee, in pursuance
of the recommendation contained in the re
The Chairman; suggested that inasmuch as
the meeting was small, and the subject so im
portant, it might be well to adjourn, so that
each man present might liars an opportunity
to consider the report, and make known his
views at a subsequent meeting.
Mr. Copley seconded this suggestion, and
moved that the Committee be continued, with
instructions to publish their report in the city
papers, and have the same printed in pam
phlet form. Also, that they have power to
call another meeting at ouch time as they
may deem proper. The motion was adopted.
The President suggested that a Committee
be appointed to form • company and petition
Congress for the 'necessary legislation to en
able them to build a dam over the Ohio river,
at or near McKee's Books, for the purpose of
improving the harbor of Pittsburgh.
This gave rise to a discassiol4 . in which
Oene.al Rowe, James I. Bennett, Wm. Mc-
Creery, T. J. Brigham, Joseph Hunter and
others took part. It was the opinion of the
majority that the suggestion of the President
should be modified.
Mr. Bennett moved that a Committee of
three be appointed, to inquire into the expe
diency of erecting a single dam below Pitts-,
burg, and that the Committee report at • sub
The motion was adopted, and the Chair ap
pointed Messrs. James L Bennett, Thomas
M. Howe and T. J. Bigham.
The meeting then adjourned.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Tumult PLIIIT, Plain and Ornamental
Slats hoofer, and dealer In Palmylvanin and
Vermont slate of the best quality at low rates.
°floe at Lion. Laughlin's, near the Water
Works, Pittsburgh, Pa. •
Da. ii ;.• Tit It e 6 BLOOD STAILCIUOI LOTION
Will aura Totter.
Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher Lotion
Will cars Ring Worms.
Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher Lotion
Will core Barber's Itch.
Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher Lotion
Will cure old ulcers.
Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher Lotion
Will cure all local &seam of the skin.
Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher Lotion
Is an outward preparation for all diseases
of the skin. Price 50 cents. Prepared
and sold by Dr. 8.11. Kinn,
fi0.140 Wood street.
Garr:Awl, have you examined the fall and
winter stock of goods at the Merchant Tail
luring establishment of Sam. Graham t Co.,
No. 22 Market street ?
A fresh supply of goods every week.
Have you examined the price' of goods at
the Merchant Tailoring establhhment of Sam.
Graham & Co., No. 14 Market street; if not,
it is now time you would, and save 20 per
cent in your clothing bill.
Every guisiestt'irarsinted a perfect et.
Elszold..assaill, Gs°. bloCs.snima.
Vow Iraw, AND WITINE Wun.—The Sum
med s put, and by the morning's frost, we
begin to apprehend, that fall and winter will
shortly be open no, and we mast provide our
;ChM' with the' material to keep us comfort
able. A nice fall mit, or a_gnod and man
made overcoat ars the very thing, and we do
net know of any place where our readers
would suit themselves better than at !desire.
W. H. McGee & Co's ' clothing establishment,
corner or yellow street and Distend Square,
Allegheny. They have also received a com
plete usortrunt of gentlemcm's furnishing
goods, and a great variety of new patterns for
Vousxvitaxseßkso vars.—Per the derange
ment of the system, Change of Diet, Wounds,
50,06 2 Bruise' and EtaPHaPae which avail
Volunteer is liable; there are no remedies Co
safe, convenient and-sure as HOLLOWAY'S
PILS k OINTMENT, thoroughly tested In
the Crimean and Italian Campaigns. Only 25
cents per box or pot. , - 234
ALLEGHENY . PROZZAt STREET PROPERTY AT
Posta Sain.—That valuable real estate and
building, the Bt. Lawrence Hotel, 167 and 169
Federal +treat, will be mold by A. Leggate,
Auctioneer, on Thursday, Dec. 10, at 10
o'clock. Lot 60 feet by 240 feet. See adver
Duane YOB 1864.—Prank Cue; Chronicle
Buildings, Fifth• street, US just received a
fate assortment of Dairies for 1864, which be
is selling at low prices. All the new books,
magazines, 'newspapers, dime novels and song
book' can also ba hid at Prank Cases' News
Tag RIJUMAItOII , rill make the hair soft
and glossy. Price one dollar. For sale by
all respectable Druggists. Simon Johnson,
general agent, corner of Fourth and Smith
Oxman and earring* ealli will be taken at
the Omni offiee, No. 410 Penn Arcot, day.
or night. All orders left at the abcrre place
will be promptly attended to. MI calls mo st
be pald'in advent*. •
DurrAL larmtrez, No. 261 Penn street, Is
the place where you can get the beet cheap
dentistry in the city. Don't forget the place,
No. 2sl Penn street, near Hancock.
1864.—rd. fall assortment of Dairies of all
alms, for MK now - ready at Yrank Case's
sews Depot. Call and see thorn.
KILLSD-A hundred rats In a night, by
Yarnell's Eztermthator," sold at Dr. Keyser's,
No. 140 Wood Meat.
Eames Aotnums Piurez.—A very so
pp article, for sale et Dr. Kapott, Ro. 140
GUY-ELASTIC Snirrtaos, for dressing moan,
&0., for sale it Dr. Heiser's, No. 140 Wood
Poeta I3oeu t Mallets, ke., at Pitteek's
opposite the Pottotloe.
POOTOGRATTI Atauxe,of 20 different manta.:
tare, at Pittoales. .
- Dux= for 1864, et Pittook's, opposite the
Eirmazßorie tor salo at Dr. Iffiser's, Ro
fluzyzllsatlit, Penn Mist; will
Ol d to ju Ipasiiiess (lids ringsides.
1 THE .LATEST NEWS From Knoxvllli
Ki CeseatUott 'of
BY TELEttRAPEr. •
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 3.—A midnight reisl
OTTE, SPECT AT, DESPATCHES dispatch to the Jaerrnal says: Gen. ilooz
telegraphed to Gen. Burnside at Knoxv ill e on
the 30th, that at 11 o'clock on the evenin of
the 28th, the rebels attempted to force and'
! succeeded in driving our afirmishing line to
the right, on the Kingston road, and forced
it back to Fort Sanders. We afterwards re
gained our position. There was sharp skir.
catching all night. On Sunday morning at 1'
o'clock the rebate moved three brigades against
Fort Sanders, a portion
ing our heavy fire, gained ditch, but ocald
not ascend the parapet. We took 300 men,
and three stand of colors. The rebel lose in
killed and wounded is over 300. Our entire
lobe is about twenty. Longstreet then ao
cepted Bunreide's offer far cessation of hos
tihties to enable the rebels to attend to their
The wounded rebels were exchanged for
loyal soldiers who were wounded in previous
engagements, and the rebel dead were sent
through our line. Coteon commanded the
assaulting party, and Col. McElroy and
Lieutenant-Col. Thomas were killed.
A simultaneous assault was made on the
right of our line, but the rebels were driven
bark. Our loss is about4o.
Our supplies are ample for the present.
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gesett.
WAIIIIINGTON CITY, Dec. 3, 1863
Great frauds about horse inspection for the
Government have been discovered here.
Mani unfit animals have been sent forward.
And his associate, bogus members of the
House from Louisiana, pro-slavery, have ar
rived. It is scarcely possible that Etheridge
will give them seats.
ruc PRESIONNT'S 11L39•06.
Part of the President's Message relating to
slavery, is in the hands of the printer. The
Cabinet heard and agreed to it day before yes
terday. The Secretary of the Treasury's re
port proper is not yet in the hands of the
printer—not a - single report from the War
Department hen yet reached the printer.
CLSCLLTIZA TN THE RECENT MILiIIMISTIP.B
The following are the casualties in tho cc
cent skirmishes among the Western troops :
Corporal Petit Simon, Co. I, 26th Mich., left
arm, slight; Joseph Warwick, Co. A, 26th
Mich., forehead, slight; Joseph Green, Co. D,
26th Mich., right arm amputated; Gabriel For
bear, Co. A, 28th Mich., loft arm, slight; An
drew Warren, Co. A, 28th Mich., right side,
slight; Joseph 0. Gifford, Co. B. 25th Mich.;
left thigh; Edward Labuto, Co. A. 2tlth Mich.,
left hand, Blight.
LAND 'RA NSFRDS
low. Salomon, o: itirconsln, has sent in a
The New York stock Market.
selection of lands under the Agricultural Col- !
I Now Toes,Dec. 3.—The fal . mg back of
lege grant. The sad office is busy making t Gen. Mende l army had 111 mar .ed influence
transfers so as to have the matter concluded ' upon stocks to-day, and there was a decided
before (toy. Salomon's term expires. improvement throughout the whole railroad
ors. DCTLEWEI DEPARTIINNT. sharp list. This new mole of the Potomac
Army puts an entirely different aspect upon
Gen. Butler is making his new department the military situation, audit is interpreted at
pay its own way. Such charges as one dollar ! the Stock Exchange as a prolongation of the
for a Provost Marnhal's pose, end one per war. The New York roads were not so favor
ableer the woolen) shares—the greatest
cent on all goods brought into his department rise being on Erie, which was equal to 1%
for sale, furnish a fund that goes towards de- per cent. on the closing rates of last evening.
il tr us o l n to
. 2 t 1. , 3 per e
fraying the expenses of improvement in the The western roads were very buoyant, and
city of Norfolk, and other outlays upon which
he has entered. Butler is engaged in raising on tho list. The earnings of the tie toad
i cavalry force, and raised 107 in one for November were over a
Willi mllion dollars f
The oath of allegiat me is required being the grefter t h e tstecedent history o
the road. A second Board, gold ad
very body on going outside his lines.
vanced to 153.
Ton ILErORT Or THE COMPTROLLF.I3 . _ —. --.--- ,
of Currency is principally devoted to sugges- Rebel Raid Across the Chickamauga
lions as to the amendment laxw. The principal River—Conscripting In the Border
ones are : First—To repeal sections 62, 63 and
h Pat e t.io oueean
rtstrix, December 30.—The Bulletin
64. Second—To compel banks to prevent a " the
depreciation pf their notes in neighboring ClioUonooga, Neember 2.—The movements
commercial States, and to carry a part of the of this army, now going on, cannot be report
profits semi-annually to tho surplus fond. ad. There are questionable reports of a rebel
raid across the Chickamauga river at Red
Third—To allow none to commence business I Rouse ' ,l urk, and that. the families there took
until they have paid in 555,000. Fourth—To refuge in the town.
confine the penalty for usury, for forfeiture of Rumors continue to thicken of the rebel
Interest, and relieve those in commercial doin gs
ts in sa th that d
eFaulknerr t. t i e iiii s
c t i , f
h T iii en x :
e el; s m e e e .
cities from all usury looses that they may not conscripting y all- the men they can
adopt the same smile no that of the Bank of lay their binds on, but they are taking all
England. the horses, males, cattle and hogs, without
regard to the political sentiments of the own
ers, that they can find.
•6STSTAXT SidanTAILV or TILL TIM/kW:Mi.
SOOretary Chnee is likely, in hi. report, to
ask for another A.sietavt Secretary of the Rumored Removal of Gen. Meade—No
Treasury. New Bank Loan Wanted.
Deo. L—A special dispatch
GUERIIILLA IMP ItCPIT lONS.
i w the Poet says :It is rumored that General
The guerrillas, under a son of ex-Senator Meade will be removed from the command of
Butler of South Caroline, surrounded the the Army of the Potomac, and that a new
. 1, oho Buss' ~o n. in _ commander will lead the army in a December
house, et Tallept..h, campaign. The army is Ito good spirits.
law, and butchered and robhed hint and burnt There is no truth in the rumors that Seere
his house. Other Indians took refuge in Fort : terry Chase will apply to the Banks for a new
Gibson. The Pedals] authoritios did nothing, • loan. The new National Danko will have an
. op i
opportunity to tap e some df the five per eent.
y notes f the directors desire.
TOR CONTRABANDS 01 ver.atitteN's vet.s.son.
Freedmen's village , . on Greene Heights, on
Ills Arlington estate. was the scene of a bril
liant gathering today, to dedeeato the chapels
and school bouce•. Speeches were made by
Gooch, Chittendon, and others, and music by
contraband children. Interesting statements
of the treatment of the contrabands were
The President's Message.
made, showing, among other things, that the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.—Tl•e President's
contrabands in this Department had not only m as sage has not
been completed, owing to his
supported themselves, but had socumuleted a sickness. It may almost certainly be stated
fund of 150,000, which Is now in .the Govern- j that this document will first find its way to
the country over the telegraph wires, as on
moat's hands. previous occasions.
Tai s trong or SECHRT llr
A strange story is in town to-night that Sale of Plre-Twenties.
Welles is about to be removed from the Same- PHILADNLPHIA Dee. 3.—The Subscription
taryship of the Islavy,and that the place has
tAwlteennttiersopy.-t-e-si:ridiey.itolo of V 3OlBOO ffve -
Of this amount ' two hun
been offered to Senator Grimes, of lowa, and deed thousand were ordered from western
that he has declined it. It is scarcely possible agents, and the balance being about equally
that there can be any truth whatever in the ' divided among the large cities.
story. Arrested for Paining Altered Treasury
THE UENO , AI. of OE, MEADS. Notes.
The rumors about the intondod removal of 1 New Tont, Doc. 3.—An arrest woo made
General Meade was renewed to-night, but . to-day for passing two dollar Treasury notes
there is not much foundatios for them. I altered to fifties.
_____ . _...__
Decision of the secretary of War.
WASUINGTON, Dec. 3.—The Secretary of
War has given a decision to lion. E. B.
French, Second Auditor of the Treasury of
the United States, in eases recently submitted
by Messrs. Joseph E. Devitt S Co., of Phila
delphia. That the nine months' volunteers
of several States wore called out under the
first section of the act of July 17th, 1862.
That no troops were called for or accepted un
der the third seccion of the act referred to.
Therefore these troops are not entitled to the
sum of twenty-five dollars, and the two
dollars premium. The amount involved
in this question is several million dollars,
and as the various paymasters throughout
the country have paid many of the regi
ments from Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
and Rhode bland, and other States, they are
peculiarly interested. The several Slate Mil
itary Departments are also involved, as some
thirty thousand troops who have served for
nine months. The second auditor has ales
decided that $25 advance bounty should be
paid by the mustering officer to a recruit when
mustered, off well as the premium. Satisfac
tory proof thereof must be furnished that the
soldier was not Faid this bounty or settlement
and cannot receive .o confirmation of second
controller. It is probable that at an early
day the approaching session of Congress will
take action on the whole subject of bounties
FORTB.F.VI MONBOY, Deo. 2.—The steamer
Geo. Washington left this morning for City
Point with a cargo of provisions for our pris
oners at Richmond and vicinity.
The Petersburg Daily Reyiater, of November
30th, 'Three of the Texan traitors sent
out of the country by Gen. Magruder, aro Dr.
Peoples, D..T. Baldwin, a lawyer of nonstop,
and ',saki°, of Victoria. Thoy will be put
across the Rio Grande at Eagle Pass.
.Two boards of Yankee oScera have
been organised for the purpose of die
' tributing the clothing and provisions sent
by the North for their prisoners in Bello
Isle; ono for the quartermastor, and one for"
the Commissary Department. Col. Sand°,
son. a former hotel-keeper in New York, was
chief of the proceedings, and managed the
The steamer Conqueror arrived last even
ing from Newborn, N. C., with 50 robot pri
sonars. They were conveyod to Fort Nor
folk this morning. Miss Bell Boyd arrived
this morning from Washington in charge of a
Lieutenant. She Is to be sent over the lines
to remain during the war.
Erroneous Statement... The Retreat of
Longstreet... Sherman at Knoxville.
Wssunterros,Dee. 3.—The statement that Gen
Foray, or the French minister, were furnish
ed by. the State Department, with Geracott's
military maps of Mexico, or other information
preparatory to the French invasion of that
country, is erroneous. Neither ion. Forey
nor the French minister, nor any other per
son, ever asked for or received Any ageh in
The military authorities received a telegram
this morning from den. Foster, who was join
ed at Cumberland Gap by the forces previ
ously sent thither from Burnside to guard that
important point. The few troops under the
former might, perhaps, be able to inflict some
damage on the rear of Gen. Loogstreet, who
Is retreating into Virginia-
Gan. Sherman' would reach the neighbor
hood of Knoxville to'-day.
Craw, Dee. 3.---The steamer Perry arrived
from Memphis re route to St. LOl2/11, with 140
bales of cotton. Twenty more bale. were
Seventy-seven rebel prisoners, from Colttm- .
bus Ky., passed through here to-day for In
Reports prevail that a rebel force threatens
Sixty tons of Sanitary goods were shipped
here to-day for Chattanooga, by the Illinois
Memphis papers, of the Ist., Non the cot
ton market Issiguishing. One andred and
eighty-nine bales ware Bold on tie BOth, the
prices ranging from 46 to 70.
Pickets Driven lu
Lot:Brats, Deo. 3.—CoL True, of the 40th
Kentucky, reports that his pickets were driven
In at Mount Sterling, Ky., by seven hundred
rebels. Headquarters here think the number
Markets by Telegraph
NM! Soon, Dep. 3.—Cotton quiet and without any
material change at tot for middling uplands. Flour
owned 1910 c better, but with only s moderato in
quiry, nod closed dull, with no buyers at the (Amide
otations; 56,10Cd6,35 for Extra State, 87,4597,50
(or Extra IL 11. 0., and 67,5599.60 for Trade Brands
Wheat $1,4191,45 for Chicago doting, 81,431,43
for Dilwaukos Clash, $1,4691,41 for Amber Milwau
kee, 81,5091,53 for WOW lied Western, and 111,60
91,ig3 for Amber Michigan. Barley more active at
r. 1.40 for State, arid 61,50 for Chimp. Corn in mod
erato moon, but without any decided champs; ship
ping misod Western at 51,2191,2154 in Mons, and
81,21 afloaf for Worn cot. Oats doll, at 88900 c for
Western nod State. Wool firm, bed demand vary
mcderate. Petroleum firmer; Refined, in bond, 429
48*, Pork firm, with • fair demand at 1 10 . 00 (.4
816,61% for old Mess, 818.239518,37% for now Men.
8129512,2 5 for now prime, and 11 16 , 00 9/ 7 . 50 for now
primo Ness—also. 500 barrels new Mess, all Decem
ber, at 810,50. Beef steady. Cot Mesita quiet and I
firm; 797,y for Shoulder*, and hello for Hams
Bacon Sides in bettor request at ntiy, for oily long
rot hams, tiye for bellies, and 1 .for long char,
including 50d boxes Western Cum riand cot, for
January, at 0 1 40. Droned Hoge !steady at 7y.448 for
ity. Lard • Shedd firmer at 11 Butter
firm .t ^J/92k for Ohio, nod ' cents for State.
Cheese in better requeet at 119 fic for common to
PRlLeertelllk, Dec. 3.—Flour .
; salm of 3,005
barrels Extra Family at $7,2597,73. Whoa doll ;
ulea s,oo(finlibele Bed at 81,6591,68, and Whits at
81,8002,00. Corn firm and scarce, at 81,0591,10.
In Petroleum there Is more doing; Crude, ZS; De
fined, In bond, 38939, end Refined, free, 47950 cents.
PrOVIIIMIS dull. Whisky steady mod active sit 80c.
EIALTIIIOII I , Dec. 6.—flour steady. Wheat quiet.
Corn fire] and advanced at 81,00(611,03 for raw White
and Yellow. 'Whisky firm, atid buoyant. at 83c fur
New York Stock and Money Market.
- - -
Nms Tont, Deo. 3.—Money active and steady et 7.
_Armor at lsoisorry,. Gold I.
excited and' detidegly blgber, opening at 81%, and
closing fans et 63.
Government Stocks Brt4—r. s. Ts 'VI Coapsns,
107; 7-Ol iz r.
86scks er ,
0 8 Wslyear mr..-.. 98 IM 8.6191
Co ....... .. 63% II 8 all I Gtd....
Pactfic Mali. ..... —.211 P. Pt. W .
N. T. 0.....—...-131 o a Tol
.....-... ...... —..106 Ills. C. weep.
Erie, Pfd.- ....... --JAI G. & P
H dem 93 G. & 0
Reeding ....... ...-..,120,V. C. & N. 1.,..,
M. C -- 1 - 5 % * I
WaT6Ol4-11ADDRALL.-0a friday craning,
Dee. Ist, at the cookie:top of the bride's father, by
Rev. Wm. M. Paxton, D. D.. DARK W. WASSON
to RATTLE E. daughter of James Marshall, Esq.
MILLEIL—On Weilnetdal eveolag, Dec. El, et
6:46 o'clock, FRANK J.i only POD Of M. H. H. and
Margaret A. Mi ll er, affeeNT years and 6 months.
Tuners! on Tuner alldalld, et TO o'clock, from
the residence of the perendi, Denman street, Dino.
Ingham, to proceed to 1111.171llonCemetety. Friends
of the family are rospectfally hatted to attend.
ATWELL.—At Chattanooga, Tenn., on VI Nov.
1F43, of wound received at the battle of Waahatebbs,
Ale., Capt. CHAS. A. ATWELL! , of Enap's Pout's.
Battery, in toe WM year of hisage.
DWI entice of the flinaral will be given on the ar.
dna of the body.
ALFOIO.—At Wilmot*, Nor. Nitta, JAMES
AL Pomo, formerly of thle dty.
WOUE.-.-At BOELlefidi Pe., December Ist, at 6%
o'clock p. JOSEPH T. wor,ra , brother of Jao.
50 um& "
°°b " ° " 8 61 " 61. " JAL . DAiZIELL a SON,
Oil and TO Wow dart
RIVER INT ICENCE.
. ._. __ atiGrearl i. Sel•-', .
Tae ricer ie still receding slowly at this point, and WAR CLA.1318 7 . PATIMN . AND
last evening the pier mark. indicated Kant five feet. PASSPORTS.
The ...ether, yesterday, was mild and pleasant, and I W. J. & RAIL PATT:EICSIM
the indications for rain are considered favorable.
Business continues quite act's . ° at the wharf, SOLICITORS OP CLAIMS AND PATENTS,
though we fear It will not continue as. long, unless
No. 144 Fourth Street, 31 Moor, 1
we have more water. At the present time boat. can
not take a MI cargo, as there Is not much rarer four
feet of water on Glees Elam.
We posses. unequalled facilities hr a sucteeneful
r There has not been a single arrival from below emus prosecution of all °lab= against *tut State and Gen
onr last report, although the Leonidas from Cinein- era Government, for BACK PAY BOUNTY,
midi, and the Julia, from ?Anon - Me, are both due I e r i SION & PLIZR M r ONEY, SITBSISIMNOE,
amputate, and horses killed
tide morning. . beet in the service. We are also engaged In recur.
The Prima Donna left for Memphis, yesterday mi . - i leg PATENTS and PASSPORTS. Information gimes
1 ternoan, with a good trip, and the Jeunle Mad,. for frve of eberSv. no?..eelysta
Cincinnati followed last evening. Thu 3 "'''' , 4.0 . P ENSIONS , BOUNTY, BACK PAY.
hod an excellent trip, Including quite . number of 2_
pamengers. 'T. Vvir.A.L.TIEGYL
The Urilda Is the name of a fine new boat Jost com
pleted by (bpi. J. NV. Langhery for the Allegheny GENERAL CLRI NI AGENT.
river trade. A. the Allegheny Is to low for steam
boating at present, Capt. Laugher, ham =minced
to make a trip to Clocinnag, and the trilda Is MG FIFTH STREET, Sd door below the CiathediaL
now at The wharf ready to receive freight and
Pennsylvania Soldier. west of the mountains, Zest
pamengere for that point. ern Ohio Soldiers, and Weet Virginia Soldiers, can
At a special meeting of the Steamboat Captains Mire their Pension, Bounty and Back Pay Wand
Benevolent Assochalon, held at CilldDLlSti 011 8011- at a " .s ' .
Circular. will be mint giving full Information to
,one thousand dollars one donated for the hen- the Soldiers, or to deceased Soldiers' Heirs, thawing
eat of the United States Sanitary Commission Fair, who are entitled to the Pension,Bounty and Beek
Pay, and the manner of securin g the same, b 714 9 17.
which is to be held Is that city shortly. to me ti=er or In rt.
The steamer Doke of Argyle, Captliu w infirm.. I'I LIr No c until co llected. /7 0,1 1 11 n -bi
loft Cincinnati on Sunday for New Orleans, being the .....=--
test boat that has loft that city duce the breaking
out of the rebellion. Iler cargo consisted of a%
tons of freight at StO per ton.
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS' INSTI
ITTION.--glaternent of the condition of the
above institution on the 2d day of liovetntorr,
pribiLlised in conformity to the charter.
Amount of Deposits Not•. 2d, ISal..
Amount of Interest due Dereviton
Amount of Contingent Fund
First Lis. an Real latats
United States Rands
11. S. Debt Certificates and Notes, (market
. I‘llorrAKY CLAIMS, BOUNIES,
PENSIONS, BACK PAY and lIILITAILY
1 . 50 001 CLAIMS of ever,. dtacription, .enacted by the ante
1 1 , 011 24 1 Bertha'', at the following rate., TES: Panetta. 310 00;
_ all other rialaus S 3 60.
C. C. TAYLOR, Attorney at I.aw,
No. 73 Gremt street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
N. B. No charges are made If the chain doe. net
The undersigned, Auditing Committee, have exam. succeed• and all information given gratis. eetly
ined the hooka of the inetitutioa, the lama. md reco•
rittes, counted the cash, &a., and hays found the
above statement to be correct.
W. B. COPYLAND,
WIS. H. 111d1111.
Interest earned. not due
Caen . hand
A. A. CARRIER, Trvunrer.
z ela tim i l r . ed DAILY, arid EVERY SATUR- •
• the hi'EWIIDS PAL - FEW:Ii sod every width, at the
Interest paid at 6 per cent. per annum. •
ISAAC JUNES, Preaident.
Han. Thus. 11. Howl., 1 Hon. J. K. Idoorhea.l, Including
Wm. H. Rmith, , C. G. Jimmy,
W. B. Copeland, i Jacob Painter, Crumb Cloths, Feltings, Rugs,
Harroy Child., 1 Nicholas Yonghtly.
IfitrOlflee, No. 68 FOC RAH STREET
____ ___ OIL CLOTHS, &c.
DA A WEINMANN'S
The preparation of this Pill he twen the result .4 ;
year. of !study and practice. They are'porely veg
table, and therefore will not inpire the teeth or gum.
They Witt cum the most violent Tooth• Ache inn few
minute., when property cued.
Direttiow—Clem oat the molt,. of the Tooth alfort•
od, ern! dry It well with cotton; thenrnt the Pill
the else of the racionm end 'prowl It tight Into the
tooth, end cot, over with ire: or cotton.
These Pill, an no. rnordlo. fvr t 1 l.
Trepan! sod raid wholenklo and retail. by
AVG. WEINICAII A,
Nn. 214 01110 STREET. Allegheny City.
And also by all wholesale and retail Druggists In
Pittsburgh and Allegheny. ontla: 1 m ra
IT HAS NO EQUAL.—The immense
sutures which for the past s•S on ever• has attend
ed PHO7. WELD'S MAGNETIC OIL ha the allevia
tion and cure of pain, entbehisn the prefiliiter to
elate, (and challenge coutoolictloo.l
That It hat cured more illommat
That It has cured more'Sore Throat,
That It has cured more Nostalgia.
• That it has cured more Weak Joints,
That It his raced more Ulcerated Some.
That it hoe cured morn Burns,
That It has cured more Crusted Meet,
That It has cored more Orvieto,
That it has stood more Nervous A rr,rt hoot.
That It has erred more Stiff Joints,
Than all other Pale Curer.. Pain Killers and Lib'
meat, combined. Per sale by Druggists everywhere.
MAIO N JOHNSTON, Solo Agent,
nol4 Corner Fourth and Smithfield streets.
- IVIANOOD I. HOW LOST I HOW
.13.1. RESTORED I—Juet published. In • waled Pll
- Frio, Si. Copia. A Lecture on the Nature,
Treatment and Radical Cure of Sparmatorrhau, or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Bestial
Debility. nod Impediments to klarriege generally;
Nervousness, Consomption, Epilepsy and Fite; Mor
tal and Physical Incapacity, revolting from Self.
Abuse, gr., by-Norf. J. ertrtIMELL, 11. It., author
of the "Green Book, Ac. "A Boon to Thousands of
flufferers,.. sent under soaVin • plain envelope, to
any uldrees, post-paid, on mcolpt of .10 cents or two
postage stamps, by BM CB. J. C. KLINE,
11l Bowery, Neve York, Poet Office Box OK
EYES AND EAR.
Pars particular attention to the treatment of
CHRONIC DISKASES, the EYE and EAR; operate.
CATARACT, SQUINT EYES, for ARTIFICIAL
PUPIL, Inserts lAL ZYRS, and treats all
INFLAMMATORY EYILU ; alno HARI) RRARING,
and all disease. affecting the Ear and leading to
ion ITITTII STREET.
U. S. kirrr.olo.lXD Dttaitll[l:lo Omas, 1 . •
Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 27th, 154.1 A.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC
TION, at Camp Howe, near Pittsburgh, Pa.,
on THURSDAY, December 10, 1503, at 10 o'clock
by Davis d Mcliwaine, Auctioneurs, the build
ing. and ether property at Camp Howe, et:milting of
Hoards, Scantling, Stoves, Pumps. Leeks. kr. The
material to be removcl within ten days from day of
sale. Terms cash, Government funds.
WILLIAM J. MOORHEAD.
Capt. U. EL A., Mustering ek Dishunhvg OfScer.
OUTIAITT ALLV ffid.ll,L44.
Beeps constantly on hood a large and thoroughly
masoned rtork of DECKING, BUT AND BOTTOM
PLANK, WINDOW ?FLAMM STUFF,
SUB-BILLS, JOISTS, SPOUTING, LATUD, PAT,
INOB, to., to., fte.
He will Ell orders iktr SAW= MTV alth
promptness and at far rata.
N: B. Permits 'ranting LONG TIIISKG or POP
LAB are particulary Incited to examine his Muck.
aarOtdoe on Craig street, near Robb:mu.
Assisrairr Quannamirrint's Orme 1
Dor. O at11,2Y4 streets.
Wathington D. 0., Nov. 27th, 1609.)
XTOTICE.—Vir ill be sold at public suc
tion on WEDNESDAYS, the with and 23c1 of De
camber. 189.3, at the Corral, near the Obsematory, in
this city, • lot of Pebble florae. and Mule. condemn
ed we mitt for public service.
Terms, nub to Gosernmant foods. Sale to com
mute at 10 o'clock a. m, 0. H. TOMPKINS,
dalttd Coptain and A. Q. M. 11. S. A.
GEORGE W PORCH
General Commission Merchant,
FEW ORLEANS, LA.
Messrs. R. 11. Jack A Pittsburgh ;
Z. 0. Knight a CO.. end 0. P. Knight a
MoCOLLIBTER A: BAER,
TOBACCO DEALERS, 108 WOOD STRI:ST
en aelltrig off their large stock of
TOBACCO, PIPES AND SMOKING TOBACCO
At the very lowed Corr. fur mei. All order.
promptly attended to• nol7
FLOORING BOARDS I
- Primo Inch Woorllng Board■,
la feet long, 'lnflate widths, !Dr sale try
scrnomaxsa a LANG,
WANTED TO PIIECRASE,
• AN' EN
Iroo proforma. Capacity about Om thousand bar
rots, nod gromplagymnittes.
Inquire of i 80131. AS/MUT/I.
QTORB FOR RENT ON MARKET
NJ STHEST.—The handsome Iron Frost, No. ad
Nernst street, sent door to N. Hamm d Sam, of
bred for rent on end of January next.
Wren JOHN WAY, h.,
Ateldipttel drertekleywille IP. O.
*AIM'S tc,f437 OYSkbatil re c eived
end brute it the Itanilly Grocery Steyr
et JOHN.A..IIO O :SHAW, '
del - Cereal" Liberty and Heed Amts.
Licensed by the fr. 8. GoveramanL
pEr;sioss, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
H. C. MACKRELL,
ATTOIINNT AT LAW AND CLAIM AGINT,
SO. 114 TUTS 873 1, Prressmax..
Collealons In Allegheny and adjoining counties.
Prosecutes SOLDnlttl CLAIM, °revery dowilp•
Lion ; BOUNTIIIIS for all discharged Soldiers. Pll2l.
5/°•:,954 Id SIONS, for wounded officers and Soltilara; SOUS
-0154 I. TM and FISSIONS for Widow., Parents, Orphan
2,44 dd i Children, Brother. and Slaters, or other legal rcpr• -
•outatlyee of thaw who hare died In the genius or
lure died after discharge trout disease contracted In
elelrtio charge until collected, and no letter wru be
answered note.. • etante Is Inclosed. iblellyern
5 35,200 01
00.0(X) 00 t
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, NG
L.~RGT ASSORTMENT OF
Lowest. Pricos for Cash,
Awl luring persltAttel for CASH, Leff:re the tote
adeeacre, re are able to mull at the 1:61.1101,1214.'
price., an crnequalled stock of
Window Shades, Railings, Am
OLIVER DI'CLUITOCK & CO.,
CARPETS RAVE ADVANCED IN
Bat ore roviittue to .11, anln forth, oath's, all
good, in our tlm of price,
Reduced Fully 20 per Cent
W. D. & H. ICCALLUM,
tr MIL oil
31 sk, Uremium
INTERNATIONAL EIIIIBFNON, LONDON, 186•
Industrial Biposition, Paris, 1861.
In competition with all the leading Sewing Machines
to Europe and Jllllo[4oll, sad the tinned
tune Ageism'tarsi emaciation; Metropolitan Me
chanic& Institute, Waddington; Tranklln Inatltda,
Philadelphia; Mechanics' Amonlatios. Borten;
American Itudlttite, NM Tort; Maryland Inane"
gammons; Mechanic"' Amociation. Ohnehmati
IC entucky ledluste, Louisville; Menhaden' Insti
fina Prandeco ; and at every State and
County Fair where Exhibited this
125,000 OF THESE MAMMON
RAVE ALREADY BEEN BOLD,
♦ fact whkh spowk• Under than words of Ms MOMS
Machin. In the world,
BILCIATIEUS TT IS TEE BEST
EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED FOR THREE YEVRS.
C 1170111111.11 auz 1•01111100 n IPVICHASINO
,LWATII lIA 'TT TO CUTtirlt LSD CETWIII TN=
sir Circulars, csmtalathg as explatuttou of lLe
machine , . with testimonhtio from LAN, of the high
M axial •tending, given on application, alit,
persop 0 , by .....0
WM. 1313111fE1l & CO.,
Agents for the Western States sad Walden P
Principal Mos and NLolewl. limpcairom
No. 27 Fifth Steevit..-...PIRTSBUROH. PA.
Pam , ' Opera i1105um....--01270717 5 / 1 71, 0.
Alamole Temple-- ....... LOUISTMLT, SY
UrHOLSTERING, IN ALL ITS BEASON
..—thablg purchased • lame stock of goods
tor CASH, ye we able to effor peat bargains at IR.
tremaly len nrices
ygragißE BEDS; HAIR, HUSH AND SPRING
, KApTRASSES, OLD MATTEASSES, re-made in
the bent nuuuter, and FEATHER BEDS renovated.
A great variety of BLINDS, TABLE S FLOOR
OIL CLOTII,_EXBOSSED TABLE MATS, LADE, OB,S and MANILLA BORDERED
CARPET BINDINGS, and miry variety of Goods
kept In that Wm. We Invite the attention of the
puha, generally to,onr WELL ASSORTED STOCE:
P b U orders
ca l l prompty athnded to,
Pease give ets a at ITS% 'FEDERAL STUNT,
Allegheny, (house formerly o=apiort by Mr. Sernsple.)
BARE. 7 NIBLO.
PEBBLE , SPECTACLE&
Ziotwithetandinp, the attacks or loom
spectacle Venders, who uplre to the name of Orel•
RUSSIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES
Are receiving daffy - the warreent cadortemante of our
Aatdeotv . ;
M th l
en th l l l a k s wat
l al o A e
PEBBLE ones. Tor 'ale by
529 Llbsity strrof
J. DIAMOND,Pract4W Optician.
Ildenataetarer et the Resits? Pebble Rpectact.m.
VALUABLE WORKS ON
liMitarr Law, 1 toLi +v.
Cothiti's 11. - Xtintry Lamy 1715 4 41163.' 15.50,
Donal litHitry Ire tad CoutttlhaiLtl. W
itt mals by KAT Wood street.
JOS, HORNE'S TRIMMING STOBG,
To-nay we avmmmro oor Regular Honda) Wes sit
Lace Goode,iind . . '
Oor stook of these Goods Is mire ccimyleteiltaitit
any former season. The prim have bean snalektr
down. We hare oleo Pet opened • • 101 •• lotat'
Worked 81Ippor Patterns, Fancy lloney Rim ink
ruk, Oaahlmere Scarf., =Wale far .
•. . •
Our stork of other tkeeenablo Goods he men
Cloak Ornaments, Bead Gimpy_ -
Velvets eadßimpure Laces,
Silk and Felt Hata.
Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons,
&toques, Bon a,
quaker Shirts. ,
vxes.rs Jal , na prtAwlms.
Men's Undershirts and Drawers.
No. Vi VI VTR STEITET.
No. 67 PTIrIITH STREET.
es Tiftb genet. Vonant Thet %Odin'
CLOAKS AND MAILS I
Reduced Prices I
J. W. BARKER & 00.'81
59 MARKET MWN.
77 and 79 Market St,
Of Ott beet seated.
HUM DRIVING GLOVER.
.W 0,.• fit Una of
NOT.I.6IsTe , 'S, •
SMALL WARES GENERALLY.
Wholesale Doom op stairs. ilarcksou and in
others who bag to tailspin supplied at 10w5.% whole.
JOB. HORNE & CO.,
- 77 sad 791ffsrketlitzetsr—
OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT.
GLOVES 1 GLOVES I GLOVES 1
MOSQUITO KID GLOVE& • -
Cashmere Gloves and Gauntlets.
A SIM SUPPLY or
LADIES , CASHMERE SCARF&
Also, o now lave!. of
Real Maltese Lace Dollars and Seta-
LACES AND EDIEUVIIIIDEILIEL
Of mw end elegant dyke.
Tha Urged sod beet dock of
Hosiery and Gloves I
111 THE CITY, AIM AT TEM.LOWEST PRICES
TS HAMM STILEST,
Between Fourth and Diamond.
reIatiiI 7 NWMMATITVfI.
Elegant Lace Collars and-Sets';
Rich-Lace Handkerchiefs ; • • : -
Prussian Lace Veils:
Stuart Plaid Ribbons; . .
Embroidered Handkerchiefs ; „ •
Hoods, Sontag., Nubias;
Blosquitaire Kid Gloves ; _
Gents. Rid and Buck Gauntlets . •
Fine Dress Shirts ;
Linen and Paper Collars ; „ -
Small yam In an malts. variety, and ncdlons
EATON, IS ACRVIII & C 0114,7
17 MD 19 MYTH ST.
Wholoaala yardmen will find oor Cork equal - 67
any in the city, while our ter (or cash scathe molt '
liberal and indocbsg. do 2
J. M. BURCHFIELD'S.'
TRENSI:IIA}FIFON Zl. - c p J,Cs
IMMO 1714 . 14, tar $l. 28. thaw
BRAWN MID MASA
, Liz Emmen%
CL!O ILLIMEL,, Ws; ;
A tan ‘ 144411, 44/trieffii4Olki: eldlll,
N. it. 'Sr. PoirLh sadliorkat It&