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    ESTABUNIED IN
GROCER IfES,PRODUCE,Ik Al‘firrlAlCTVßEligo Ka
0111=3:6' - MISLEY,
Produce and Commission Merchant.
111MCCUIfDl68 Efe.osza,
And angler ho ell Utub of COUNTRY PIIODOCE
10. ITS LIBER77 arastnr,
mhttit z
V U
tenaaa.up,. --All/111. J150....C10N
=tea *tan( D.4t 111Tonald t Pi!t.1444 . 0,
06., , Wa11a - 1114. °blot - • j
VINJONALD.Ba•ARMICKLES, Wtiole
tale firma, endue aa4 Caamil -
estei
e ggttrgr i ng'oll. 1 .5 9 1 ;k 0 ri 'MR ;M D ? 4
8.W2; TOBACCX), TE4B, - RICA
ISVDS. ttiaa4 zas LlbattY *Mei.
igsb. - 0.44 a,
I.lll.lllitt & LAMAR, •
vn.A.La.
- Qua's* AND ‘rosfunstux inaccamrra,
ira• "..4.
1 1,6 : 1 1 . Prrramman.
AMIXV.ItiQUOVII.j. .—..witators , =vast.
<MAOKoItiOWN aN112111.T; noun
LTA 411:0 Burn Vagnats, Paoanraaan Coatontura
ddraowiatc du' Oa nada a( ITlOor s raln,L'ork, Ha
vant Xard; "Ea; Mama, 13eent, Tallow,
(ireavo,• - reatliars, POt4todll, • Pot and Vaud dined,
&Walla, • Llsiaied - and Lard - 0110, Drle,rarid (keen
frndor7Thnothy; Clover, flaw and ¢rau Seeds.
Colt adrearaineutanzada on Consiwnmenta.
, 1171:1) ' - No. - Z7•Litwrto athwL Pluaborad.
W.M.OORMLY,
•
AraOLESALII CISQcSIt,_
No. 871 LIMITY STREET, Plustursb,
Slasistficrobased eft.- Lauver% Of ts,
otiatiene the Istitineo .the oletetaoil, e •
be plieneithe - iettitro tea pith:map of Ids old trite de
and coatheeore. . " ' taYledr
WEBS & WILKINSON, Com m max
TT Ifi
vx rar nrw.orm Wholesale. &allltm in WE&TZU
tsirnldss, DRIED 1171 TS, Duran,
160{1, GIIIINS, and Fax*" minimally.
(111.8. £ No. 217- LIMaY
amt., Pittabargh.
4,4 llViasb ladwataainmata muds. Omaalmttaiatita se-
'WE P. BEcK & CO., No. .185',LIB
nn. = Y rita bl 'Ztka . , ca FLLo ten l in COEN.
TaY PIXODUCR, PEOPLaIaNS, BACON. TIMID,
aaTTER EMS, CHEISE, AT.,PRODaeIt,
Vika& 011411:, SEEM AMYX'S, .LND DaIED
raTrITS. aiad WYK ball
_TORN ft CANFIELD, Comma:o:VAlitio
anirviotessliddaler lu
WESTERNSES IWE CHEESE, 11137TER, Wain,
4 . 08.1 C; BACON" 11.0014•71.911. PO2 AIM PSAILL
ASA ICS. 'SALER-tin, LLNSEED ANTS - :LA-VID
OILSAMIXD F 110 IT, and Produce geusililly;llos.
141=4147. Inaut. arse t. Pittsburgh.
TOOL 1.12TL1,
LITTLE & TRIMBLE, %Vimlegal(' Oro
eery and Cum= balm, iforchanu, driden, to
VSODIaIa, FLOOR, BACON, tISIRENR, -FlBll
CARBON AND LARD 01b, IRON, NAILS,OLABB
OOVION !TARNS, and rittaburgh nuumfactureo
keiaertally, 118*14,11.14 Mama am% PlDatoargb:
R retxze... ..WM. D. LLTIltb.
14'1310)TIlifS, (euceoesors
4.lle.fikliejitoretAlutermoil,) NVltoleula :Deniers Su
EO/031GLN.116Q1Ttl. NET 3 AND 8 [ICES, CON
7111.1g10.2ED7t8013AILS. P/RN WODES,Ac.,I2I..
116 and 129 Wood attql, abuse Fifth, Pittsburgh.
Orr estr=i7. • . •
11.:EPIA R C03131111,4i017
A...r • hrintlisiii and dnalida GUAM,
AND PRODECF„No. 21 Liberty atrial, Pithbirgh,
%ulna Idaii4o or fluorfur Este* and family use
- d, ultiution paid to
111 ' Th ' y u'ti c k' l= bin lllr:brerrhandissi anneraDy. 0ci1..114:
fIitA 4 LWALAAECI4. Ikon - Ariv
Quiu FACTOR lin tkourtstaos elrecturr tot
tti! tale of - OBSESi eurtr3,. onwru, PRODUCE.
":;`'and igest Ito thw oelelonted Uniontown CE,
MEN?. Na. 114 &cowl. and 143 Flew sueots, Ihro-
Masa Wood sad ticatthlield; Pittsburgh. eel
FRPKY,stiN -GORDFA Produce acid
Copitt i vita n tt.if, FLOtriI.BUT-
Tro.B.Alt fas, lamp, 11141155, PORN,
11113NDAXDO ZEN 7112178, and produce genet ,
all 7. Liberal.; cash *bonen on nonsigontents.
Worehonse. - 150. LW &nand etreert. Pittsburgh.
01010:11
IaBACD - 10 - METNAR, Greeersand
-
11 ClomabaloaManhautaaml.lealon In all kind.
Cknaatry Pribduco and "Pittslyargla. Manufactures,
0. VP utwrt: oxyq, op p o site tread of Wood greet,
' Itlabargh. ' "
• I,
jaw. 1 JONES & SON, Who!malt
NA Grocers 80 Boat Foretellers: itesleri hi . art,
9111414:1I.OPB, OAKUM , OILS, MOIL iod Pitts
tergbistotitutttilsa. lailb - ttAftlirthter.strert,
kir]. the sreiorezahtu,.. nitinvitte.-=
ROBERT DALZELE:& CO., Whole
ill•Vtioter, Comimierion esterortwardirm
ebsaWand.desterwlia 'Frahm wed P/riel:trrgb man.
slscterres, Liberty Meet. Pittsburgh.
WALLACE, ConuaTilm
.11•-,e - sid - Wboloretie Dealer in - FLOUR end OBALN,
1i0..,31Kt Liberty street, opposite Proltrylesob, R. R.
eltstr D A*, te and te. rti7 r • ry7;
tint ..lissinr...„—..Vllol unrrow.--,
.SHIPTON it CO., Whole
-tic Grucx EßT ' Nand Pro.lutt. Thlklare, No. :§litti
Ittiburgb•
Lilt
WATT -7(17.W1L50.:', , , Wholesale Gro
=WIT. L i t; .111. tt . . - 4d!W7,112
werstreart,PlUitmge.
lamas& Link 41. xturweb.
Ic...1111.1"00 Wholesale
J.J luidSatill fin °CEPA, FLOUR A N D.PRODUCI
DIALIIB3, 1.42:Ljd , Z1114...t.
apetzo.
It. er.1101.11111—... h. LANG
.WHOMAKEL • kAlsiG, COMMISSION
Kracitiiris sna degtr. In GP.O..
amass, FLOUR, PINIDGCN, La, No. sa
Mai, stria, Pitttbargt. at 1.1,11,
V
UEL , LIGGETT & ii(VCVO7.W . ,OII:
• 11 , 111, AULLI. CillllB7 Liberty aikd ASA.=
gage% liptetrtirgti s Pc
illirCapaelty; 40C. barrels per daj. SA:
JAMM DALZELL . SON, Itlanufac
tam-. of LARD Off, and Oommbuslon ?der
anat.* tdeflu parthane andd. of OILOMI AND
urnagu-VrtgOIAUXE.V.. f od 70 {Bator
etroot;rittiburgh. idmicen made qonalgoments.
WIC
ALMKPATRICK BRATIIER, sue
U. awes se Brown S Eirkpatrteks. WIIOLE
BALE.osOCZBA, Ike. DI and 193 Liberty street
NIT) Xv):5131.0.
stld.et •
us..,,,oortzst, J . . BAKU.I/11,rtn..
MEANS COFtM, succes3ars to
Ilreantar, pans ,t ca.. WHOLTJA LE
°BOOZES, cora& of Wooi:il34.llXstar streota, Ptst.-
tare,. Jralt
el.HEEtia HUOUSE.-HENK
Votr: CtaartCHE F tC , ndCimTEslß,nMer
east and in S ntIT
LAKE
PUlf, end Produce asnstalls . , 28 street,
like% Wan . , l'lttebargh. at/ 2
HOLLAND RIDDLIt, successor to Jno
LE. YAM 800. No. 1113 Liberty Wort, Ms
lagibional PRODUCE. OROCIBY AND CON
ON MERCHANT. Consigutosots & sort
sollettikkl .
AI •t• DlO •`• • do VC, •` • . elude
. Gavme r ,Coviusasillati:Wlxtusia, and dialer. in
ProdscsOlot; Winter street and 0 Front !metal.
asoor.laprckimi4.L...-400m orrataxps.
t 1: DIf.[YUSTH b•. CO., Wholesale
Moms. Nos. 130 a➢d 732 Seo.od otra.et, near
_
TORN MID & CO., Wholesale aro.
U, esmoulgoecadstaae mocha - aft, 3r.i. u9hood saaMlAberirstred, Pittsburgh
Jae
. InakirairSl.4,G&LDWELL, (successor
V. to loam Rohner it C 0.,) PORE PACKER and
Oda. Di PRlEVlKlllNtccorarro?Karkaand Prat
Mat& Pittsburgh. Jas -
J r
EL
m TOWNSEND, successor to J
NAack
"a A Townsend.) PORK PACE and dad
a in PROVISIONS; N 0.12 Earth stoat, near Lin.
IL VOIGTIAXT.,- e;cceessors to
T.. 0. Graff: PUODUCZ-Alp 0011.11113810 N
11[1111CHANTIR 9i7ltibml7,tmet;ritistalgh•
PM NOVO.
TORN' L H 8H- &ADO: Whoienlo
Ity GROOMS COlgnagtO:nnitteLfASTS,
COMOr it ihatthadd Nal Wider ,et.. rittabungt.
'VI • YETTIT",t , W., , Commission
nisoind doors In PRODLTZ,.. MUD.
BLOOM. WOOL. GLAIR, -to.,4id•
WWARIT liFtAZELTdir ' _, Wholesale
CITIOMLNI9O3WISSIOIVIIIIIERCHANY,
LW Coma dila Diamond, No. IS, Pittaborgh.
116i111.%3.-11. . ',' •
u to wo od duet, Pitts. 6
3,22441
Lg: AN 14 ' ",holosalo ro
zz, ore, newt'? of 13 ODA•AIf, Oa.; 27 . 3 Ltberly
'BRTON &
GEOCIFSS ANDZOWitnisioN
KO. 307 Stewi stmt. PiciOurgb: - 1.1n.k
r7l , rMriT7r=irr77'7ll
VrmLIAR, WARD, Tealei PROM
„om:ROM BONDAMOUTCIAGIA.sad
All waffles AT moms
Prt =e n Proeuro..p.! , , `,
11Kokortablig So lewd their mobryto pod khan.
eAciArsa..4l Bni ! 1 4 , 4 1 "° 44 41n r. It
ammealostines mod : intender; .61:1417010-
Agazalar AnteiVorantiAuTet:movig,-.:St—PlArs
.. _ .
1TP.111 ,11 -9 1 TALKIkiliF4rSr....
. pAras,xORDIAL4. I s-nwal
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DUQUEt q iE BRAES WORKS,
CADMAIret .CII,AWFORD,
Manufitetuppy of atm - neat, 13f Wand'
BRASS WORK TOR PLUMBERS, STEAM OR
GAS VITTERS,•MACIIINISTS, AND
DR COPPERSMITHS.
STEAMBOAT C " 101211. AD G.:
'.IrITTIING. and IMPAIRING.. premPett I Cloßkd to.
Partiedar attention paid to fitting op REFINE
(HIES FOB COAL AND CARBON OILS.
Also, Sots Agents for th• Western DialrlanfPein.
rata for the ral•
SYPHON
IRSII 6 .. LALIDELL
teenr A llaring n l erZlves i• oat liable to o :: ort i' t .
Word.. and trill of
mots water Whit any *alp
I,ioi tote, It. aim
____opts
OLIN BALL • •
Pria — anzaii, P.
,VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORM
Frrmenalicat
llonufscrurere and &Wore In.Nl the different, kinds
of PLOWS, PLOW -CASTINGS; SCOOPS, 'COT.
TLNO BOXES. Ix. With greatly Increased Will.
Gee for doing bnejnes e n eatatagy twit. dealere t to
eite a. a all. ganifietattPreinpernethight, ,,
Warehouse, Cecile alley and Warty Ste PltteNgh.
OIIN ILSLL,
4..44/71L14 '
13TEPDX2( WOOD%
JAS. J. 11.110W/I.
is. A paler.
MACKINTOBII,- . 11BSPIIIL1X.S: CO.,
comm. Ma and O'Hara streets. ocar lb. COY
Water Works, Plattdortgbanantributruntot.MACS
lNTOSll k HEMPHILL'S IMPROVED ()SCYLLA
.TINO STEAM ENCHNILS AND SIDE VALVES, of
all gra and boat style. •
Hating pot op machlaiii• of Built CliParitialiSor
• boat quality, as aro proporslao do hoary Job
og, and *What nark In IND tine, toußing that by
proolphteas, OA A:hornet/sr of our kott, to any
public patronage.
W. Invite special Etat:tilos to oar BALANCED
VALVE OP,OILLATINGI EIRSISIDL. la Loot:obtains
advantages beretabilaranittatked to Ills class uf
Retsina,. balkly
LACK MAMORU S'EtIEL WORKS,
PITIWIt9.I4 PA. --
PatREC. BROTHBR & CO..
BEST QUALITY IMINIADALLfrf 'Efrlrly
Scum, Flat Mul OitatinM . orall Maim Warranted
eqml to auf imported or manufactured in thla etran•
ofirtart
and LW aid IlftCONDSTlCESTS:ltitttiburgh.
INr I LIAAM ItattNIIILL tx) Boman
Makers and Mast Iron Workers, PENN
MErET,Tress, 4p, oO ind SS Ilarlitatio •
liege Itrdlithl Ntralklutd it tr(th the silent (flir)er,
machinery, we •n prepared to manufocture ever) .
4,0 t-cirri. of BI)ILEW In the foci roomier, oud
cilliiMi l YS t VßlWOrk STE- t al
SIPES, LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS, CONEENSERS,
SALT PANS, TANKS, OIL STILLS, AGITATORS,
Shit EUSITiEANI-71EntetU 1-11"-ItriV
SEQSZPASilkiititdloloinlnntifintitilettmi Mk a
HILL'S PATENT OILERS. ILepolriug done on
the shortest maim. detest
113 tfIIFARNIA BRASSIir ti.RW
C 0 11, IA 8 ik W
(30,40:.0. to Orlik Nol4ati.) •r )
Manufacturers of CANTOR FlUrldESJlNGB,vurs.
LADLES, and rent yatlety of BRITANNIA
ankle. .Aleo,4Mltlll)N loiediff AUPirIEt.S.
and LAMP BRASSES generally, No. 129 Selond
garret, Pit taburgh..
A LL" witmloK (X).. VALLEY
rotrass,,,Ca. ."
31waufactarers or COOS. PARLOR AND HEAT.
ING BSOVEB, PAIMOLANIAgrrogEN OBAT'
HOLLOW WAKE, We., Steel And OlowXcrolds.
log zncuttotr. Mitt OearigyfJas, W.WorAr ,
thea ittous,
gar KW1416-raloys, Hatton% Car.Wlwel...Couidlog.
wad CortlOWigitlendly. -Alai, dobbin,: and Mn china
Cwalige made to order. ?mooted Portable' NM,'
rid. Skew or Horii Power. .pl4:Goad
OS E F. HAM I LTON A: CO.,
Dkr. FURST AND LIBERTY STA., DlDebuiAly
KonoNct.on of
SUPERIOR &TIMIS ENGINES, MACLII2iERT,
asyl3df
tEYERANOE, No. 53 %VAT= ST.,
Pittotrargh motisct a tea or BOILER UIYETB,
w.coccriT..AriK.3,comfofo and railroad, of *very
desofigtio4'''. - .:
hakeLratsedor .
SIMS= And muses.
,I>r auslr,.urgt* faOar 11191:31.1.1co. d
goad odoortmeat ootoitosolgorti boa: mrat..
WEWELLS, EMILE No. 115
WE
Llbeity apposite Etta', Pthaborgh,
manufacture-fa of WIJIPE, LARUEE. and. fiWITCII -
ES, and ororg drOdiptiott of LENTEN; 'DRAWER
WORE.
Orders solicited itecits td trade, and goods prompt
ly shipped tis.peoloidniettoom ' " red.:ly
D.. it W. BENNETT, Nlancifiscturers of
WHITE FiTONE CHINA aod CREAM I.VL
uHED WAR}:.
trEltr And Warahnuaa al Nu. 74 FIFTH STREET,
Pittsburgh. ly
DRY' GOODS
AnIX •. CARA-. DA TH. 11111 . CANGLIAS
WIT,SON, CARR • &
COT,
Wtudesgir dotter, lo "DEMON AND DOMESTIC
DRYGDODS, No. Gl4 Wood strati', thini boobs abatis
Diamond allry. Pittsburgh. apiThtf
'6.11. N. LANE J. an, Warhol' rat TVIIIA.
1 .A.N.E, IdcABOY & .CO- Dealers in
ix./ VOREIDNANDSONESTIC DRY GOODS, N's:
1:14. Federal alma,. (wassand door below Jam Ills kat
: Hour,,) Alleabsayllty. • mlsa:l a
OATOti, MACRUM Sa CO., Wholesale
:..EJ and Dotal' Dealarsin 191.11DAT103, MARDI.
IDERIES and DRY DOODY, of ovary 41eicriptiou,
Nos. 17 and la TAM tarsal, Plttaborxh.
IMACIIIISI &.tiLY,DE,. Whdlesale and
.1.1'.1 Rotel Deilatilll FAA& AND BTXPLI DAY
"AVOW. TILDADINGS, Sc.. No. iti .Blarart rarest,
Amtwrestlllauttid-and /Vitra! Pitfsbuitsh.- - '
ii 14. 7- fitaidlKElrli: (aDeCeuein to
tI . Ditialfiald A ett*.,ylFhUl;sata tits - Haar Dealer
5u STAPLII AND FANCY DAS GOODS, Northeast
Berner of Fourth - Lad Mulat *DM.. Plttsborsh..
ITOSEPH. 1:10.11jSK, .Wholesale and lie
' *.l tafFDralerits all' IDS& of TILIMMINfIii; DAY
lAttfiDa, As., Noma 77 9901 79 Market garret.. •
Ddalers iri
tkods of DRY•4IOOM., No. CO Mutes avow,
latymnr?btr4 cud Yourth,-Pittsbargh.'
,PP 41..•L'AfArgit No. c0 . .1
84 WeBrreo4. -
:AA,. Deafer In BONNETS, HATS, STRAW TRIM
MINGS. and STRAW GOODS
ail.{~1ri~~l:rr;~
Q.I.3RES" :101INSTOY,. Death; PURE
lIIAA DEMO AND caw:luta, PERVIPIER.Y.
irANCY GOODS; 8101111150 11.1710,-OIig,TABI
-IL4 a
Iimn IIEDICIINYS Oddly. vitae qualul,
srbirlftrif offersprices. Corner Smlthileld
Toicrtb inreets;Plttitraigl, Princriptiouz C..«-
(ally compoundol .
R FAHNESI'OCK k'lll,
soda Drnmritta, and Ammetfactunirs of WHITE
;LEAD AND LlTlLkllON,rm.ner of Wood and Front
atreetio, Pitts/moth.
JOIINP. T,
DUCA PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
'DYE STUFFS, No. 296 Llberty street, Pittaborgh.
MI order. .111 rendre prompt attentin.
,!;;Iri-11 - '24E- -fyiih-gtggingct:
LLIJ No. 140 Wbalr corwr
FOHARLOTTE BLUME, Dealer in MU
SIC AND MUSICAL DiBTIIOSIENTS. Sole
AIVS. r lliAllkeild i 4Nr i l A gn . l4lll2
ONS. tfo. 43 /Mb street, world door abut* Wood,
Pittsburgh. Pianos to hirind taken In exchange
Ibr near.
KLErgat. & BRO., Dealbie in DID
SIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUN MSTS and
iadi, agouti for =INMAN'S CSLININATID PI
!ANDS, Nel. 53 !Nth Mot, ?Ittabtrrith. — lay=
PIANOS, MELODEONS, de., o. 6I Wood K.,
• • +. • • • • dlakor
lje - SVILAXCE AGEJMTS.
GARDINER I . YJEkiNi
'l
J. Franklin, Ptilladalphinknd liariPerfnalinin<l
Cornpardea, Northaat moue Wood and Third sta.
JON/44, 410#:troth, Anibrita,
. Slaw of Panrsyloania, and [Lanford bum ,
Gompentra, ST water stmt..
.F t5l t 4 . =..retilry A ens 11.-
ouranca Oam y, corner Marko! and Wator
• M. (JO N,Socretasy
• • earanes Ccaoparky,93 Water a rad. ..7
BOOKSELLERS. 1Y c.
VIVrAt" G. JOHNSTON & CO., Station
, t as, Mot nook Kaanfectorers and Job
Motors. No. 57 W... 6,1 street, Pltttbargb. oe.lo
Al --7 rg ,BOOkleilert alierr - staGik:
alnostomt door to the come.
of Third l'ltttu v lb.. _SCHOOL sua LAN BOOLS
M2EM=&ga
arra/Le-Era.- •
I:l;l3ollolW{„Aftontirotat,
b** .-Olizil4:
FREDAT ISIOIINING:::==:DEC. 2t. 186 d
TERMS 01 0 ' THE biZETTE.
Unarm Farnoicii mal4 pv-year...-.:44
Crresx. Canna., by mall, per fear.._... 4 W.
rb00th.......
" single
Warszir Onriers, sir& ooplei, per year 20. •
" thaw at 6to 10, " so.
data of lOor more!' 18.,
ono &Wile tie party seiah;ig ;11s.b. for •
atoll of (Mee% yea wlll send llis.lrtatas Carries -
WI,. For a eta► of twenty, as will NO II»
Neasnra 41Litrira dolly. - .81.41a copies, 0 mats.
RUT All subscriptions earkaa fa drama, •ad paper.
"boil* time 'expire&
betwialinialdes Speech at Cincinnati.
We have already. given the substance of the
happy little speeth made bydionerai 8127142i410,
onlals cordial rieaption in Cincinnati, on Fri
day. jut; hat on readings verbatim repast of
It, we think it tro happy, as to be worth giving
In this completer forte r
Elv Ifethsrps-,--Ican on'y thank you for the
very kind manner in which you have welcomed
Me. ,t act not gifted with thapower of rpank
fag to an audience like this. But, gentlemen,
thought am nikable-to folly expretemyself as
t truly feel In respect to the Beat events that
ere transpiring, allow rite to Azure ynatbat
no-one can feet more thankful than I do to the
loyal people of, the cauntry.for their devotion
to/he great °tinsels); which we are struggling.
I iiiithaislcful for your kind estimation of the
value of my services, 'edema only say that I'
have endeavored to &Inv .- duty; and shall en
deavor to do still better in any future position
to which I may be callow. I sincerely hope
that pease may soon be restored to our beloved
country; but aa long-as these troithibleen
tine° and I can boor service, I am ready to do
:all to my power. [Appfause.] I have tried to
do my best; and what I have done In East
Tennessee has been due to the fall co-opera
inn of the subordinate °tater, and prirates of
my command. Nut a single officer or man has
for a single moment intimated that .in his
opinion I W. making mistakes or erring in
my movements; and not week's., at any time
hesitated to render a felt, faithful and veer
's
-talc obedience to orders in all things.
Bat notwithstanding this happy union of
flout on the part of the dam, in command
of the field, the c Lei praise of one seeress is due
! to the iulbordinale a ffi r e ands then in the rants.
.Thoutands of men in the rank. deserve the
credit that ie• given to the lenders. Many
t,itietts hare no-reintiosse in this country—fors
vit . /acre—who wit never bear thew again/
And they fight for the country they lose, he
ling actuated b i t scanine pap-inniena. I awe all
ttvg mews toIX I 'it'd . ;41 in the minks, as ahnt
Flo all other genernds who have I,rn surcentful.l
The priacipa/ rwliiewegran of ilia sear are chisfy
Ito be eriidited lathe subordinate officers and to the
Ideroted fighting 011111 in the randa, who endure
and dare'all, with tittle other object in vim!
ihan the defense of oar common count". I have,
Item helm more - eon:dons of this fact than
daring anyleut campaign. For one I shall
never forget what te due to the men in the
ranks.. [Applause.]
Allow me, then, again to return you my
thanks for the compliment you have paid me,
and to withdraw, expreseing the ardent hope j
that our country will soon be at peace with j
herself, and continue forever in thri enjoy
ment of peace within and with the external
Worin [Weal applause.]
Mysterious Abduction of a Lady—A
Reign of. Terror in Illinois.
The Springfield :1110 Jocreol giros the I.l'
lowing particulars of a singular affair :
• "A prircte letter from a lady at Mohr/ion,
Washington county, in this Stela, aims the
particalin 'a most mysterious outrage
which was perpetrated at the residence of
Mr. M. A.Linton, residing about four miles
'from ltiohview, on the night of tin 4th inst.
"The writer says that, a party of thirteen
'menv4isguised by handkeribiefo Hod favostlis
lower part of their faces, and armed With navy
invoircrs, presented-thernielici
ton's -house about half-past two o'clock at
night and demanded admittance. When re
fusedthey threatened to break down the door.
The spokesman Of the party was recognised al
'a min who had taken mapper at Mr. Linton 's
the same evoaing under protease of having
tort hie way to Hayleton, the next town:
"When admitted the party demanded Gen
e% ra, a daughter of Mr. Linton's by a former
tearriage,o beautiful and amiable girl of six
teen years of ege, who had just returned home
from a hoarding school in Whio. She having
just run down stairs to roe what was the mat
ter, wan seined by three ruffians, and told that
she moil go with them, dead or alive. lice
father was totally unarmed, and powerless to
defend her. The girl wan dragged to her
room, and after having been allowed to dress
herself, was forcibly carried to a buggy and
driven oft. As she was borne out at the door,
she. turned towards her father, raised her
hands, and eselahried, 'Oh, Oode
"A party of eight men were left to guard
the house till daylight, to prevent any alarm
being given. During the night they paced
around the bou+e, knocking at the door, look
ing in tit the Window, rattling the glass, and
taunting the wretched inmates by asking them
how they liked evening calls, Sc. No clue
has been obtained to the abductors, or to the
auntie token by them, although a stranger,
whom Mi. Linton met at a AWN haLllichview,
the name day, Is suspected to have been one
of them. Another statement is to the
effect that a woman who bad been prowl
ing around the' neighborhood for some
time past, 1r11.4 one of the abducting party.!
"Mr. Linton is a Quaker by.professlue, &eel
It was well known that he was unmarried.
"For some time a perfect reign of terror
bas prevailed in the region referred to above,.
It was within a few miles of the same neigh.
boyhood (at Ashley) that a number of robbe
ries were perpetrated recently, of which we
gave some account a couple of weeks ago.
The victnity frotremunity deserters and rebel
sympathisers, - renders and admirers of the
Chicago Times, who are undoubtedly the per
petrators of the outrag: . ." .
' Cold by the iitc;velfull.
A tradition has been current for years, that
some lost Immigrants, In 1845, while wander
ing through the country drained by the Mal
heur, discovered mines where gold could be
raked up by the shovelful!. Al the lime, the
discoverers were ignorant of the characteris
tics of gold in its Dative state, and accord
ingly they passed on, regarding the metal as
worthless. A few years later, some of these
men were attracted to California, and on vis
iting the mines there, almost the first remark
'as, that they knew where bushels of that
kind of stuff were to be bad.
Since that date. scares a year has passed,
that did not witness the departure of eumpan
les of men who were' tint for the purpme of
discovering the cotillarT.tieseribed by the im
migrants. These exploring parties hare
nniformly proved failures, owing in a gnat
measure, to the hostility of the Indians, who
hare resolutely kefused to allow the white
man to prospect their country. Attest, how
ever, a party mare fortunate than the rest,
hare succeeded to finding the long-lost gold
field, and, If reports are to . be bettered, the
story °Lite richness has not been exaggera
ted by the original diceorerers.—fluflas (Or
are) Afonnwierer.
bona time ago, it will be remembered, a
number of the students of the University of
Michigan, participated in a Vallandigham
demonstration in Canada. The affair was
widely noticed at the time, and gave rise to
doubts as to the toyalty of this lostrintion of
learning. Very fortunatoly the Wallandighani
Men did not comprise a twentieth part of the
students In attendance, and the majority see
ing the mischief that was done, took Maps to
correct It. On the .sth Inst. they met instals
convention, over seven hundred strong, and
passed ii - series of revolutions, strongly de
nouncing the act of the Vallandighamars,
and declaring unnualifienostility to all men
and parties opposed tic the government.
Peon lame Boca, An—Cape. Frank C.
Sands, of the 1I th Ohio Ilattet7, arrived in
Cincinnati on Tuesday. direct. from Little
Rook, Arkansas. Ile reports, that the situa
tion there is favorable to the Union cause, a
large portion of tberitiserui looking anxiously
for the re-establishment of a State govern
ment, Gen. Steele, whO L highly - esteemed as
an onlOer, is actively organizing his forces for
an advance movement when there Is any like.
Shod of getting at the rebels, who now only
seem anxious to Dee as .far as possible from
his brave boys.
ITar. following familiar anaonncomant ap
peared recently, to the advertising .colamas of
aN'ait Tort 'joardab SiM - - b?idethiaidi' and
Oomsman raitad,..l4.a.aounla 6%0.40*
.. inisd, :ha tiara hut few'friiiids in Otactiy
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PITTSBURGH, FRIPAY : 4IORDII . NG, DECEMBER 25, 1863
Pen aunt* Siteithesor ted
Stites keilators.
A 1502,132 S U S e ut eir P ta , t ::9f:AC ia
a="4l Li 'l"i!"44l;i!*thiO,oc..7lllt:the.
ierant debit* on Mr. 6iiilkereir.r:ti.74
+galling an oath of loyalty front Bffaston
mia *alma of the Senate- before entog on
ther'dittles;glees the follosiinif litigates of
a few Senators who were present ceterom
instil on that occasion
YE. HAbtSDAIII'
Mr. Saulsbury is
. a man of yea linepirional
lappearanci, -abolitlorty yeare of itge:Plle is
,bye tbo medium bight, rather atoutlf, built.
tits hitfris , jet black , his eyes Itten,T !ming,
end well adapted to gashing anger Inthefaee
of an opponent. Ills face is large and, may
Ardlir.,..44disTle. He netirrilitther,
ohlikers nor moustgebe. lie dresses neatly,
in film broMi-cloth.:lle is a good sgeaker,
uses choice language, and 'enunciates ills
tinetlys 'flirts not altogether free from the
imputation of rants ". I should say, from
the number .of.times o looks ht tbe sgafferies
*fit an ale of "flew 0 you like Ito AVOuldn't
my opponent be bettor off if he badet said
anything.?"
Mr: Bayard. is - about twetity ytata. older
than his colleague; a very pretty figure, rather
Intl Wed to corpalenci: fiie hair is Inge gray,
and that little there Ib of it Is pastel in the
middle. Time has furrowed his face Attila
deeply. He speaks 'Fatuity - tittle attimatiOn,
and at times there is considerable. of 4 Rhine
In hts - utterance.' Ile it,"wke feiceitllrri-elsita4
to the Senate, and Ij poiKAavolvisimpon
to take the reesatly.prescraed dent e ei be et
palled , tram that h 04.. Hewiks,thaoath, will Mks, tisk Guth,
clumgh notitith much .
JAIL 11111121111.
Mr. Sormar'• personal appearance has been
So often desoribed-that I will noeteuikirene or
nty poor attempts to convey.te.ths, waidor an
Gleq glow this oriiipert; statesman andscluil.
nlooks - oh tha door of the Senate:. It would
ot reqyire a vary good judge . At bums.,
• tub:l44l,dd. tata...4l:c ale sits at Ida
Whether reading, writing, or listening to the
remarks of another Senator, as " thenoLlest
Boman of them. all." There is mukething
about him that cannot fall to Impresitirty man
of ordinary intelligence wittLtherfaattthat he
is no tricky politician, no psnedustatesman,
no mere socialist. Bat whoa he riseel an int•
prompts speech, he disonChante jo4lind you
cannot help asking yonrself, or some body
near, "Is that Samnar ? Certainly Renal, be
he whole making such s poorattompk en such
• trivial subject 7" Bat it is even: 'Charles
dwser, the profound scholar, the reset think
; and ono of the poorest off-hand speaker.
'Mt the Senate. It is because he Is -ouch •
gent thinker and such a profound .itittlent,
sad, perhaps, too, that one is apt to expect so
Much from him, that he impresses you CO un
favorably when a question us suddenly sprung
upon him, for which he hoe had no Hair for
thought or research.
us. rcasesurx
if one of the keenest debaters in the Senate—
always prepared, no matter what 'abject is
brought up—always ready to girl sound,
logical views, no matter what the tallier under
discussion. The most difficult antaioinist to
overcome,Vid the safest guide to follow.
vs. u'Dounat.
Hails Cram California; was docked as IX rosion
mall, but hall taken to Peace Democracy and
bad 'whisky; if very eccentric, and 'bst1•11)
vary drunk•, comes into the Senate chamber
booted and spurred fur s horse -taco or a
cavalry raid.
The young Senator from Ohio. OA rising
man of the Senate, has • high apwklation ul
the value of time, and never attempts to argue
a point when ho kaows he can no hope Lto
change a rote by so doing. Maes few
speech., and
,good ones. le encretic and
zealous in the discharge of every duly assign
ed to him.
Rough, unpohshed, but ; hottest and vapante.
Talks strongly when he does talk, which is
seldom. Is said to be somewhat of an anti
slavery man:
R. PORILIA.
Evidently intended for a flame and nut
fors detester,. -tit eery fond ed.:wit. ng, and
lum • ward to say f igaisto err , Trope
eirkythe Kaiiiintatradon yarty. Ins remarks
would be more acceptableil more grammatical.
Very quiet sail unobtrusive fora .Inyhaerh..-
er. Is not often beard frets, yet sins beard
from. once too iften when he attempted to
make a reformation in Wall street.
aft. firit.lllt IC
Will not made a very profound impression as
a Etatellirliti or an orator. ,flee more venial
than genius, and can accomplish more with
the former than tho latter.
lionest and faithful. Nat very ambitions ;
and not very tillilllo3 of publi eapplause. A
gOoil worker,butnot an extraordinary speaker.
MI. iIIVIDRICtS.
A peaceable member of the peace party
Saye . little, but always rotes wrong.
A CiiitaisrOlueal. et Beaufort, North Car
olina, referring to the schools in that city for
the education of the freedmen, says:
"Some few evenings ago I visited one of
these schools, soar which several young la
dies were presiding. Brea In our best reg
ulated schools I toiler saw more perfect de
corum. It Iry an interesting eight to watch
with what avidity oven thh old men and
women entered into their studies, and the,
Progress they had made in three week:, was
perfectly astonishing."
Exassan's [insp.—England has seldom lost
in one year so many eminent men as she al
ready has in 1963. The list laelinles the
hieninises of Lansdowne and Normandy, Sir
George COMWAII Lewis, hiniready, the pain
ter, sir Creasman Cresswell, Lent-Clyde, Mr.
Serials Botfield, the biographer, Mr slidsrard
Rinse, the Archbishop of Do blin, alp Lord
Lyndhurst. Landsdowne, Lewis, - ?Clyde,
Whately and Lyndhurst are lire whosaiplacos
will not seen be filled.
A i.mtcur. and enthatiastio war meeting for
Rensselaer county, wits held at Troy, N. Y.,
last week,at which Mayor Van Altyne, Rev.
Father Ilavermans, (ha. Wool, Mr. Pease of
the Troy Press, Professor Hamann Mid oilier'
made speeches. Gen. Wool reiterated the
opinion that Mr. Buchanan, before the elec
tion in 1856, knew of the designs of the con
spirators, and promised not to Interfere with
them In ease he was elected President.
Peon:snot Aoassix, in a late lecture tb.
Springfield, Massachusetts, said: "Boys and
girls, moo and werecn, should bo loss cloister
ed. They should be scsocialad in the school,
on the (um and in the shop. Thcir Influences
should be pure and healthful, and thus would
the rare attain more perfect derelopment.
Society will then be put on a higher found...
fiat."
Tie Boston Sanitary Fair closed on Mon
day evening. Among the articled sold•dnriog
the evening was a piece of granite Isere the
top.of Mount Bloat, broken off.by Roe. A. P.
.Putnam, who ascended the - Mount hat Pawn
ary. The receipts catharsis were fully MO,-
000. The receipts of the peat frofthwostorn
Fair at Chicago were $05,000.
Tux Newhoryport - Herald says that Rev.
Chas. Beecher has had snail to settle Itt.Fitoh
burg, Mass.—a proposition ttutthis society at
Georgetown will not hear of, notwithstanding
the nation of the association. tits salary for
the coming year was misled with unexampled
promptams, four parsons subscribing four
hundred and fifty dollars.
Ma. Wassea Learns. formerly Mayer '.ot
Washington, was arrested in -Baltimore on
Thunday last. Ile is charged with haring
gone South shortly atter the commencement
of the war, and that he secretly returned from
Richmond a short time since.
Tutu Lan old gentialan in Balton, Conn.,
who has in the United flutes strait° four
cane-in-law, eaten grandsons, thirteen neph
ews end one daughter . (as hospital nutua)—in
ell, twenty-fire of his family connections.'
Carr. LIM Sonsnru., of Cleveland, Ohio,
died last Thursday, aged' sixty-nine, leaving
Ma total propertyoraluod at forty thousand
dollars, to the Cleveland Orphan Asylum. lie
came to that city thirty-three years ago spoor
man. Be was 4 bachelor.
Glovensot Darr, of Utah, who is on his
way to Washington, represents the loyalty of
the Mormons as on the immense, though. they
desire separate government. • They number
now eighty thousand.
Asprder hu bun blued , requiring news
dului.. in. the Amy.. at: the - Cumbarlu4i to
ull mum st - jiesuars • ,
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lEVENING GAZETTE TELEGRAMS,
TIIK TIC? BRUEN lIEENAN AND KING.
Grant's Victory over Bragg
Acknowledged.
THE PROPOSED EUROPEAN CONGRESS
Hot Work Probably_ Going on at
Charleston.
THE LATE OPERATIONS L\ VI EST VIP.rISLS
Pl4parcla awe PltiaburgetGaulle
PHIL,DELPIII.I, Dee. 24, 180
The London'Tfairt, in a leader upon the late
prise fight, says Ileronan's game was ihrongh
on t 'close and crush his antagonist by daSh
lag bite to the ground. - .King's tactics were dif
forerst,:and more creditable to the professor of
- pitgilieut,corialiting in striking severe
sledge
hamnter plows on the most sensitive parts of
neenen's physiognomy, Instil ho collapsed
from:ezhattiffort. The affair was over in twen
ty-fotfr Youndsrmid thirty-fireT minutes. flat
lle science was slispLeyesl on either aide. A
fair stanstvittAght without a cheek, and ended
io the ilociairC victory of King. The 'Mars
..concludes by asserting that priso fighting is
inert, revolting than bull fighting, and ought
to he diaeourageds- Tout payers woo mo of
!tamales seconds. Large sums were bet in
this city on Ht 1011.113.
Tlie gamblers and policy stealers mot this I
1 1 Morning to talk over the affair. They. say to
their credit, they-regretted that - Heenan had
not showed his bravery in the - army Instead
of the prize ring.
The same number of the London rates ac
knowledges the importanoe of General Grant's
victory over Bragg.
The Czar replied friendly to Napoleon's in
vitation to attend a Congress, but thinks the
definition of the programme is indispensable.
Charleston news of this morning says: The
foundation of the late rumors concerning the
lots of throe monitors. is this: The Lehigh
wont up the channel and got aground. A
new rebel battery opened anon her and dam
aged her badly. The star of the South hurl to
tow her to Hilton Head.
Can. Gillman, war throwing shells Into
Charleston without intermission.
The fleet are greatly exasperated. not
work is now probably going on.
The late brilliant operations in lien. Kelly's
department, in West Virginia, under the
immediate direction of Urn. A verill, by which
4ongstreot'a communication with Richmond
was cut off on the Virginia and Tennessee
Railroad, is Joyfully received. The line was
cut in three places, the telegraph wires broken.
the depots at Salem, with their contents, de
ranged, and the bridges and culverts over a
distance of fifteen miles laid In ruin.
teen. Stearin, on his return, found his puth
blocked by the rebels, under nu lass than coven
General.. at different points. But Ly a elever
night inentoseer he returned to headquarters
with a trilling loss, hot much physical suffer
ing (ruin riding through a to.inataineus eosin -
4 7.
It is positively Nta 1. d I Let lien. Itobeeraas
has born arlooluted to take oidismiund of the
. military Department issou ri, in place of
i/en.Sehullehl.
Rebel dispatches front Dalton, tit . report
lien. Joe Johnston appointed to ootoutand
4
Ardnjcal Ton/let:see.
Aare/TIE &titters they reprerent their loss itt
killed and wounded as Soil. W. J. J.
FROM WASHINGTON
Name. of Major Generals Sent to the
Senate--Pour Casemate Steamships
to he Itollt—Passports of Peoa ele
and Paesengers—....The Corcoran Le
giou.s...Arrest tOr I?.mhearling--The
Rebel Rams, etr.
New roux, Dec. it.- A verial to the
dated Washington, De:. 4:'.d, says. The Pres
ident sent into the Senate the names of a lot
of Major General. made during the recess,
and with them that of Octi. Schofield. Lot be
it understood to earnestly commend tho latter
to the Senators for the Middle Department in
place of Gen. Schenck. A growing feeling
exalts in the Senate that no more Major Gen
emit or Brigadier Generals should he up.
pointed who are not required fur the needsof
the army and interests of the country.
The Nary Department is going to build
four casemate steam ships, to carry four 2U-inch
gone, to lee of wrought iron, 450 feet long, :in
feet beam, 2no feet grate surface, four cylin
den oe-inch stroke, four feet two inches pro
pellors, draft 19 feet. It is expected that
their speed . Will be sixteen knots. They will
cost ssl.lo l onit each.
Instructions hive been sent from Secretary
Welles to the commanding officers of the dif
ferent Navy Vards, to have their fleet of vet
sole ready to take their positions at the Navy!
Yards nt Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
other impirtent points, for the purpose of
carrying out the new regulation relative to
passport. of. TCP , 4113 and passengers.
It is rumored to-day at the War De
partment, that. Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher
had been ordered to proceed to the quarters
t f . t , t . 4 4, t Coa o o r t a i n i
r l e b g e i , an nd d d
halos til e t command hatmos, of .
*balify:::What remain. of the Corcoran loglo o n,
wilLbo added 1.1. the Irish Brigade.
Charles H. Cornwall, at the head of the Ito
ilemption bureau In the Treasury Depart:l:tont,
wasda-day attested for embesal.ng fierern
went fends.
A special to the 2Wtuev, dated Washington,
Dee. 23; says: Information has been received
- here by the last European steamer that all
the rebel rams In England have beeroffered
to the English government at a coirtain price,
and Lord Clarence Paget, on the flan of the
English Admirality, had written to the build
ers stating that no decided answer could be
given for the present, but the project was be
fore their borelehipe (or consideration.
From New Orleans—Steamer }guarded
by Guerrillas—Rebels Reported near
Itatchez, etc
.—T
Caton Dee. 23he steamer Atlanta, from
New Orleans, has arrived with a cargo of
sugar far Louisville. Sixty hhds were taken
elf alibis part
The Gleaner Sunshine, from Now Orleans
on the 19thi has arrived with forty-eight halos
of cotton, twenty-four hbde of sugar and
three hundred end thirty-4re bids of mo
lasses-
The steatder St. Louis, on bet way up, and
while wooding fifty miles above Memphis, was
boarded by• party oCguertillas, who inquired
If the boat belonged to the government and
what It was loaded with. Alter robbing the
woodmen of the money paid for tho wood,
they departed without molesting the boat.
• The rebole are reported to km in large force
In the vicinity of Natchez, but thus far are
eufrelnod from making any attack upon our
intrenehments.
he blobile papers say the Legislature of
Alabama hes voted.that the beautiful (lupe
that covers the floor, attic Capitol he rut up
and given to the soldiers of the army for
blankets.
The Memphis Jourooi, of the 21st, says:
We observed a larger quantity of cotton on
the bluff this morning, than has been seen
there since Um occupation of tho ally by the
Union form. Bolas on tho 19th, 424 hales
middling to strictly middling at Widiti6e; good
middling, (freak. Several lots had themattv
artivoil by rived', including 250 bales by the
6;1[1/Unit.
Proceeds of the Great Sanitary Pair.
Cntrurstrz, Doe. M.—lt is estimated that
the total proceeds of the Sanitary Fair held
here, will reach $140,000. $lOO,OOO at this
etas today handed over to the Treasurer of
the New En d branch Sanitary Committee.
t. Louis Market.
Er. Loma Deo. 23.—There it n very light
market to-d y and no marked change. to note
in aoy artiela. Roceipts of cotton Sr. 40
hale.; market drooping; good middling at
70@71.
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From Hilton Head and Charl
The Lehig4 Badly Dam&
New Ton, Dec. 2.l.—The U. S.
port. Star of the South, from Ili
December 21, arrived lost everibm
port of the U. S. frigate Imnsider
tore being entangled in the ohs
. .
Charleston flarbOr,:is untrue. __
Lehigh, while on picket duty near Fort John
eon, got aground, and a rebel battery was
opened on her, doing considerable damage,
when the other two iron-clads went to her as
sistance, and succeeded in getting her off.
The Lehigh was so badly deranged by the fire
of the rebel Unitary, that the Star of the
South had to tow her to Linton Head for re-
pairs. No one on board was injured.
Gee. Wilmer° is shelling Charleston daily
from his 200-pounders.
Nothing of further importance had trans
pired.
Aetansas.--Probable Postponement ofi
IMMI
New Yoax, Dec. 24.—A Herald special from
Washington, Dec. 22, says It is expected
that Arkansas will be represented at an early
day in Congress. Arrangements are progress
ing in that State far as election, and there is
reason to believe that the State government
will be in operation there shortly.
Congress having failed to amend the Con
scription Act previous to its adjournment for
the holidays, the draft will probably be post
poned till February Ist, to give Congress time
to amend the law, which will probably undergo
a thorough revision. In the meantime re
cruiting will be stimulated by bounties, he.
aucirroir SALES
14 ! ANCIIEST ER LOTS, 'IIOSEDALIC
ILL PIiOPERTY.--On THURSDAY MOILNING,
Per. alst, at 10 o'clock, u ill be sold. OD the premises,
In the Borough of kinurliester, 37 tuildiug Lots,
Writ from the issll.knoien property ighsse
dale," hunting on the Ohlo river, balloon: {Bashing.
too and lihertnnt strects, being
14 Lot. on Feeble .met, mostly 24 Sect fronts, .n.
:ending back 1121 feet to an alley.
II tots on Duncan street, mostly 2.t feet front.,
extending back 1.2 d fret to an alley.
13 Lot, an Ohio mostly Y 1 Let - froth., ex
truding back from 129 to DP feet, to Duncan meat.
The Lots are •/1 conveniently situated on or near
rivor, tear the Pitteburgh sod Allegheny
Passengor Builtay ; and being at the extreme cedt,
ane free front the umoyancr• of dent and nnoks.
Twos o. Sa.c2.--Ono-fottrth u.h, balms In oboe
equal annual payments, tits interact. Title perfect.
Plan. can be bad k the Auction Boons, At Fifth
screed, or of D. W.,1 A. S. Bell, A tt4rneys.at-Law,
- No. 144 FOlTrth street, Pittsburgh.
DAVIS IIcILWAINK, Auct . m.
fIOUNTRY NEAT AT Auerms.—
v On TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. nth, at 7%
'clock, will be .old, lu the mound floor of the Com
mercial Salm Room., No. 64 111111 .trot, That piece
of land elttmte on the Butcher's Mu Plank Road,
MUM from the city, scar Florkerle Ropewalk, and
wfloinink land...( (lush. Gondolier, ILL rab.. and
John Beillterts, baying front of 12% perch. on the
plank toad, and tint...ling back 71 7.10 perchm,con
lollting 2 nom, on which I. @rotted a frame .table
mud orw frame dwelling of four rooms and calf.
The place la under good collie:o4in. 'toeing a num
ber or apple, I'm,. Cherry and Peach Metre, together
with Strawberrke, Its plecrrios, Currant., and ether
airobleiry, and gei.d well of nwler I'moomion
givt n inothellotaly. Term. et
BAT'S WI MAIN'S:, Ane
QECOND STREET RESIDENCE AT
KJ Art - rtoN—o. TUfteLiAl ITE • ING, Dec.
Tit L, at TN o'clur-k, will Lei wild, at the Commercial
-.ales &pima, 114 Fifth street, that lot of ground situ
ate on the east side of &wood street. betwtscit Markel
and Ferry attests, having • front of 19 feat on Second
.treat and extending back lel feet. Im wldcli H eSIKt.
eil the three-ens . , Brkk ftwellitig No 51docond
containing hell. doulde parlor, dining-room, litchi.,
wash-room and ail bed timems ; gat and eater; slate
nr.f. The honey is built lo the must eultatenil al
manner, and occupies one of the Inuit ascrwittile loca
tions In the city.
(.7 1..1 fi E.
pENSIONS, BOUNTY, HACK PAY
"T. NN" A./...T.X11 LAY.
Nnu I. CIA In AG ENT
•b. I!. tl. Go•erarcentt.
P.mo-171 - 114.1a viral .4' the
am 014.> 6.44iers, and Won Virg-Us tt..4.llers, cati
two tL.ic ten.fwasy 130444, asd 'Back NJ ..cured
*dhoti.* will' be _or RIJIoR tho Infortnatl.” to
.he S.Adiera, or to de.r..oemml lioltllere ahoertas
who ore etAltled w the l'etodoo, itottnty and Back
Pay, and the 1116.11., rat en raring LLD Mall, by kV).
tog to no. hy letter or In pervert.
far ho chantn most collected.
MILITARY CLAIMS.
W. J. & HALL PATTERSON,
144 Pourt h v 11 11...14
PILSSION, MICICIT, BACK .4 EX
TRA PAY, SITSISISTS.NCE, PRIZE .1114NXY, and
HORSES loot vr killed In Ow ors tic,, prutupily
landed 14.
EX EM N 1:L-1 IMS ..n4nd i mithout
pENsioNs, Bin! NT Y, RACK PAY.
H. C. HACK KELL
LINIU At LAW AND CLAII3 AGIViT
NO. 114 rim' STREET, Prresarana.
On!halo. In Alhothieny ulJelli log comities.
Pridictites SOLDIEIth CLAIMS, of ovary ditarrip
tlon ; BOUNTIES Eir all illaehargod Soldiers. PEN
SIONS, for grounded cacao and Soldiers BOUN•
T 1 ). and PENSIONS for Widow& Pandits, Orphan
Brothera.a Slater; or other lagol repro
sentatlvet of thaw lobo bola died In the carrion, or
hat* died after discharge from &hewn contraotad la
canton.
•TNo charge mill collected. and no lattnt will L.
anserensti worm a etanin is inclosed.
MILITARY CLAIMS, BousTtEs,
PENSIONS, HACK PAY and 111LITART
CLAIMS of erery description, tulle:fed by th. gut,-
sorPrcr, at itte foliating rates, via: Pensions $lO 00;
sit other clatter 53 50.
C. C. TAYLOR, Attorn.y at law,
No. 73 Grant ialvet, Pl7.l.mvh.
N. 11. No charges an mule If al. clalla does slot
1,14,.N. 4.17.1.11 information even vatic .o4:17
tr.darrs.
G -
OOD GIRL WANTED—To do gen
t homework, a short distance in the coon.
try. Highest wages paid. Apply at the
- dal! GAZETTE OFTIOD.
WANTEIL- 25 T 7 t1Re , a ,y t,.a. t , .. zet:r c, as .., pos b s 6 i-
DWELLING DOUSE. One with noble nod bake•
oven preferred._ L.H. VOIGT & CO.
WANTED—To Rent, on lit of April,
T • good eland for e retell Tin and Shod Iron
Ware and Stove Store. Would buy cut a place al
ready establiehed. For particulars aro lie. WAKE
FIELD, trend Street Bridge. deMtlt
WANTED A GARDNER—A mar
sled men eithont children preferred. He must
noderztand the culture of Gram*, and not be afraid
cf a tittle hard work_ The right kind of • num can
get a permanent situation, and good pay. Enquire et
VA:Second stud!, Pletabourh, Pa.
_ _
W ANT-460Mo:Tra,—We want
air
a, A r cata at SW& mouth, expenses raid, to ten
Orkedel Deoverv, cad thirteen
other new, useful and custom articled. Fifteen Mil
dew eentined Address,
doMlontana SHAW I CLAIM. Btddegard, Ma.
$75 A MONTI:11-1 want W hire AFiFta
In every county at Y 75 a [Month, expense
pald, to WI my near eltnap Tam(ly Sawing lineable,.
. 1 / 4 .141can, tl. MADISON. Altmd, Alai.
amaC.ltadayr
OILS, ire
RIDER &
ISSION htiRCHA ZITS,
Petiole= and its Products, Oils
04 AB c Da, ea, act
61 BROAD 11TRFILT.. ..... Taal.
nx WATUR A 1.36 'BUNT 1118 Ilressrams.
siqr Agents Por tb. PORTLAND KEROSENE OIL
WORKS, NEW YORK PARAFFINS! CANDLE
COMPANY, Ac
W. A. CIIAPZIA.S. Amon.,
us Water a 14 Procitd.
LUCENT OIL WOEEK
DUNCAN, DUNLAP & CO.,
Pure White Refined Carbon ot h
Ell LIMIT) STMT.
BOOTS arra SHOES.
- - -- •
JOAN CAMPBELL, Monotaeictrer o
11100t1 AND 817013, or orori drocAption, Nn
31 Soalnftchl chest, Pituborgh. - r0e.31:1,
I f lEIJ. ALI3REE, SON !ol
NA nal* and 11nt.13 Deniers In I3OOTB, ,
eoran Wood and Fourth streetnttalAnTnit.
o Cr
vv ttutt to 014 . ....anadmannitt O lLcc_ll3
8* 1111 E0.104 w OO . 1 4 0 a ,as UM 4 c
toOrr,9 . 47Cptla
.144.441
TIMAM
The above are choice •olleetlena of Voesi rant In
stramental Mu•k, elkg-vatly boundomlLst.lr We
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHAS. C. MELLOR.
NI WOOD STREET.
d,12
CIIIRISTM 4S PIANOS.
Ao entire new dock of the cOorloolted
KNABE PIANOS
Comprising. G. VA and 7 octane Mono Fortos, with
plain and eisboestaly earned mms. Also, . .
11 LAMES TIDOS. li. T. PlA2tosl
•
Which have E4llO 111.4 In Ibis ally tyr Moen yearn,
and are acknowledged to beoltw boa in the cosautt7
at the price. Mao.
Ownresteen Rosewood 7 Oeuvre Pion
Warranted fin Itre seam ettenieert Phan node.
PRINCE'S SIELODEONS,. -
The best In the world. An entire new elixt off all
the different styieisltist reedited. Ake*, Slettxleroito tt
other stmt..
CIIRISTMAS PIANOS!--:
An entire tx,etook of the
Unrivalled Aruzbe Pianos,
Comprising G 24, 144 and 7 settee PIANO FORMS,
with plain and - elaorately emceed calm
diem [(SINKS BROS 27. T. PIANOS, which have
been used Is this city for the pest Einem yea., and
are erJoiowiedged to he the best in the comtry at the
price.
. .....
Also, the GROVESTEEN 7 oct. rosewood PIANO,
warranted Are years; cheapest mode.
PRINCE'S MELODEONS, the beet the world.
An entire new stook et the different kinds Jost C.
erired. Also Irnlodeolui of other makes,
CHARLOTTE BLUER
deEklu , 43 Fait STREET.
INIEW TESTIMONIAL:I I ft
11 The
cc /Kasten of Dm End
pr A tart In Inrui of DECKER'S
" After haringeoamlned the PURIM Tortes of the
Moos. DECHEII BROS. eery carefully, ere ban
come to the conclusion, and cheerfully totlfy, t h at
they are In orory respect saperior instruments. Thob
rims In pure, rich, brilliant, very distinct, and of an
entirely mimics! character. Their Imekmatislilp
of the very boat, plainly demons, nixing that none but
the very Let materials Co. need, end their touch,
e.rennene and equality of tone throughout the ultolt
comp.. of the toy board, armurpamed by nay other
Matto Porte me have yet.....
b. D. Mills, Theodore Thomo, Witl4m Woon,
Chas. Ifradell, Theo. linen, editor of the iftisinid
aerie" • and World; Peri /imbed., Directorf the
German Opera; John Zundel, editor J 0....! o f AA.
1k Wm-Jay ; F. 1.. Bitter, Carl Wollaohn,
cheiee lot of limo insperio Instruments Just ar
riving. J. Et HOIPTIAN t BRO.,
dwt 61 Filth street.
PRESENT.TnIi
•
Concert Grand Piano
, arvcd. meth. I,y IiNAUP: & CO
1-IrS Vit.A.reE.
__—
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY
11111X.—FILSNICLIK FIRE nistraiscroxtx
kezy P/11144/ALPHIA. Ottteep433vil V*
Chestnut Ansi, ne. Witt.
Statement of Amato, January lot, ISA poblistuti
Agreeably to . ant of Assembly, being—
That Ilertgamm, amply sectold.______6l,23o,293 OS
Hod Tatars (mit .1. 6108,314 Ill) atm 102,916 00
Temporary Loans on ample Collateral
Seentitles— 09,136 011
Stacks (present .1. $06,662 TB emil_. 26,766 00
Bute. and Bllls Recoleabla_..--.--- 1,021 00
Tl.lllll 00
ME:111:1
641676.061 66
fidir Tha only profit* from premium which this
Company ma divide by lan ere ham risksoshinis
have teen determined.
- - - • •
[neurones mods on 000ry drn.-rlptlon of proporty,
In town sod country, at rot., as lon VI aro Consistent
ritL Security.
Since their Incorporation, a tolird of thirty pare,
they have paid lose* by gm to an amount ram:alba
Fuer lliffiotss of Donart, tbrrehy affording evident*
or the solemner* of laintranre, as well as their .hill•
ty and disposition to meet with promptnese all lie.
=L=M
DINACTOU
Charles N. Bander, Luso Lee,
Mordecai D. Lewis, Jamb IL Smith,
Tobin Wagner, Edward C. Dale
David S. Brown, Geo. W. BicharZia,
Salami Grant., George Palm,
CEAULPS BANCEDR, Peasideat
EDWARD C. BALE, rim Prvaidail .
A. Bram, &merry pro tea.
J. GARDNEII Acme.
mye Gmre Northeut co, Wood A Third eta.
INSURANCE.
Insurance Co. of North America.
lIIMIM3rI
Insurance Co. of the State of Penna.,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company.
earlroserance in the aboee old end reliable core
petit. can be obtain.l en application to
faVAly Sagaley's Buildings, 117 Water street.
EhTERN INSURANCE COMPA
W
N a" OF PITTSBURGH.
IL MILLE - S e Jr., Praftlesi.
Y. M. GOADOX, Secretary.
Oltics, Nu. PI Water street, Span A Ga.'s Wart.
house, rip stars, Pittsburgh.
Will inure wader all kiads .f Fe art Holm
Rish. liens. Inatitvtio. vamped by Diremes rho
aro erell hams is the ..1.1101.14, sad she are deter ,
Weed, 6y promMeer or.l liGeralay, to missed. CU
eharadee which My ater assmett, as tugeristy the how
protoctiOn to those Ms dnire to to Mem/.
11. 23111er, Jr.,
James McAuley,
Nathaniel 11012 mes,
Abut. Mettle!, •
Getnyer Banda,
Ciamapbell B. Barron,
Ti. W. B lcketson,
my3o r.
orn ZEN'S LNSURANCE COMI'AN - 17
OF PITTSBURGEL Oat., un-Der ?dirket an 4
Vatvr divots. monad floor.
WI.I. DAC/AI:EY, Regilnd.
SAMUEL Bid, Eservea-P.
Lessen Steamboats sad Carina.
lon.* sport loes sod damns te the ow - totters
of the be
Weston Elven, Lakes sad
Bayous, aadkhstavlgatket et the &ea.
Kenny agalset less sod damns by En.
131. Johaat,:a,
B. F. Joan,
{taco Cresta,
lion: T. M. Howe,
Barclay Proem
_Georg. !Wawa,
p EOPLES INSURA_NCE COMPANY
Once, N. E. corner Wood& Fifth Sta,
FIRE AND MARINE INSIIWOR
Wm. 11.11.11 m,
John, Watt,
Wm. U.
John E. Park.,
Chaim 8. 8 1.
Wm. Par, Kirk.
P/27V13 Era OLC, PA
WM. • Pl
JOHN II
W. 7. CARDNETL, Ewes
A _
LI.giIIIEN,Y INSURANCEcOII-
HANN ON ,PITISBUHOH.—: Onloo,
rem .1.4. think Black. •
Itururt• ardz.bal ii k o latal . ro and Marictiy.thaa
JOHN D. H'COIID, ParkkoL
D. u. sooK
titiStt ,
= 3l . PUN, amint 4EI ,
"_John D. Xcibta,.
',O. Jacoby,
! -. 1 1 LlManitazi,' • 11.bG ..417,7,
EZ=3:3
CHARLOTTE ELITISM,
43 71378 STILEET
Juld rmivr.l Ll
CHARLOTTE SI NE,
=II
EMI:=I
W. P. iONLS, A.
Andrew Ackley,
Alexandrr Speer,
Bled M. Leng,
Asa. J. TbAmax.
Pm). P. Bake ell.
A. ll'Cluas.
M. GORDON, Berrefary.
IIE4IOIII.
& M leer,
•
Jobs inapt.
Jams Ccaper,
8. I.larbaugh, '
J. Caldwell, Jr.,
John 8. Dilworth,
Waa. A. Itedgere.
11.30:ljd
'James In Venom,
Capp John L. Rhoads,
Samuel P. Slather,
Coors* P. Jaws,
Daniel Wass*.
C. - Mason Lon. •
BiLLIPI3, Praidni.
VLIT,, Vice Proidette.
-Warw.
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!Na 19 IRWIN el
Wir Liberal Cs& adi
Piresbargh or Eutern
'Diem J. EL Dftweett &
&Deimos Mutant,. Esq., • • .•
Meereou BeU , tag, Prst. Clotimircled Ds
mlylikem
TICK & BRO.,
CrOde and Refined Pell4eor94 , •
BENZINE, &a,
I.= 'WALNUT ST... PAILADZLIIII/C,
lldetneat eittritsted .to onr.:ears will„servlrS D
protapt personal attention.
After tollearre. Itiebantion, ILarle,T Sea, Arswer.- -
Boras a Ca, and McClelland al Dp4,. Pittsburgh :-,.._,:t
Tbolt. Smith; ray; Pratt Bank .&;: L. - rOoler
Pltiladsiphia. : 5 itas:ll .„
pox CITY OIL' WORM:: •
1 ago a eitOßPEVigific •
Its4nOwOmokrand_Reltnats oICARSON OIL• EFN.
OLL,NS SSD LESISICALTSO OILS, ahideslikka tr,
tiFturna PITr - SGOLIECtIteI:'
viorEs, oppoetr Stoulat,¢ig.'
0 No.
Ptrrittrunt, Pa
.TRoLEtu
, CHANTS.,
ARMSTRONG
4 G'ptcae PISZZ&S, • k.rvErii , ooi,' , kraF.A.!n. •
larziusete:
• • Ntre York-I[mm 8.0.,1).4 - Co.,:olll4oadwar.
fire,4o77l=aft.sra It. 0, Dun t Co.; tnecitto - Oil
ror and fatonion aptly to
Lb, Wood and Fourth Anon , . l'lttnbcttib.
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D. L. MILLER, JR., Amer,
! 123 WALNUT BT, PIIIIIADELPMA.
CRIIDE & 1113111 M) PETROLEUM
On ;Commission exclassiTely. All charm it ;sod
.. • .. •
STORAGE TOR REFINED lam! caw& To;tr
CRUDE, under good shah.
110-tteulaz attention paid to OIL TOR EXPORT.
Fos Sou—CAUSTIC SODA, SODA ASIT;Ar...•
nol:ty or- •
CiABOT dc PEMBERTON,
General Merohandize Brokers,
WS SOUTH FEONT ST.. P/11LADHLIMA.,
CRUDE & Imam PETROLVIN,
OAVSTLC SODA, SODA ASH, DIII7ISTONT,
DRUGS, OILS, kr—, Ae.
Orders to tiny...or wll proartly attend:oil tc,
amlay
ALLEN L ,
PHILAIALPITIA,_
OOMMLSSION /fIERCHLYTZ
to—udaments o 2
Crude and Refined Petroleum.
O Mond •dTansys itude. .
HE',;RY ROE,
;13 NORTII FRONT St, PIIILADJELISIA,
Broker !L.: CominiasionMerchxillT
CRUDE & REPINED) PETROLEUM,
LUBRICATING OIL AND DENBOLB.
dud dealer hi Crude and Mined PATEDLEIT3I
_.„
BREWER, BURKE 4k,C0.,
COMMISSION KENCRANTS,
Ageuts of the
GLOBE, PACI/I0 END LIBERTY OIL WOLIME
Liberal casb adranc. =On on cornagnteonttni
Refined or Crude Petroleum
COL MUSHY RAT a HANCOCK. STS..
Ihersairstiz.l'.a.
Juxv t.
WALLACE A-. CURTI . SS,
•
Coxamienion aderottai:iti.
, And datives in
CRUDE & REPIWRD PETRoiatirai t .,,„,
BENZIFID AND LDIMICATING OILS,
134 SOUTH WILL/MK PH/LAMP/1.4f,
NIT Storage capacity (antler corer,) kr15,000
11. excellent facilities for ehipplmr, to American
and Foreign parte, at our :hart on dm fir-buyitill.
tiler, near es platform of the P. 11...8. .
WALES, WETMORE & CO.,
COMMISSION =wirAlrts.
BICEPPERS OF P.ETEOLIMid,'
112 MAIDEN LA IIX, NEW Irollll..
Ample facilltks for STORAGE AIM Onntrsc,
their said sad wharf, Br Mai.
mylitf
McCXIILNLICK tt CALLENDER)
OIL 'BROKERS,
211 and 213 South Water Street,
ear Cons Ignmmta
1 .7&&Y & CAorpeuuloß iron cq vll Work..
.b,b Niftier, of .1. l'abiter to.
Jun. U. Chalfant. of Spanz, Omit:ant ac..
bozo,
NOS NVOODWARD,
(Late of Wm. IL Woodward &
cisarnst, cosimutiosr mrsczum,,-1
Epecial 4tteatloa rem to ot
Crude and Relined Petroleum. -
No. 11l Aotrra IPBONT 6 171.EZT, PIMA.
teXalto
pETROLITE OIL WORKS.
Maontfactarm of
PRIME WRITE CARBOY OIL, BE'SZOLX '-
PETROLEUM LUBRICATING
air .dry tin 3 tt...a bards wo,k.
REESE & QUAFF, Psona-r oza :
Om., ArosimaAnne novas, PlUntok
RoßEßT_Asftwoirn- t e -
IDA ST. CLAY Sr., .11173 i
Porwarding,
IND DRUM!IN ons.;
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PLIIIULEUM 011 A a...
Ibr salt at the laceaL
1111dordens'enlfrited.
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quality
law. a
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