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ghe Nittsburgit 6nettt.
Linen Goods of AU Ktudn.
( 1 1.ttandard Brands, at DATER t Br
41 1 ibfkjlost. Prints. 215.1.,
Ler &to. , 0, 50 Market street. .
Elftal to and
1:110stag cut regivilles. of- ca4t, rL SheliAby
'Citts:itteS'eS, Cloth., Tweeds, Jean., tc. .
' - BATES &
i'eaeral Nkatlak Park.
2dragtor Brothers, COLe afternoon, at 3
o'clock. • Those ex - parts rank nest to Jacks° ,
nava., the Ring of Skater..
Woarren Pry Good*
-Clot g one very low on-the northest corner
Vrt and lgarket streets.
1 , CALsesov Love It Bao.
• French Wool Comets,
Meat make,. with whOloto,O, BAT., S, Ezra..
New Dry Glenda.
"Tut opened. Tito only tr4sh stook In the city
ism the northeast cor neat Fourth and liar
streets. C. .thsov Love & Bee.
. Itemnanth Ilannele,
DTUS Cood&and Cob its. Baits & Becn:
- Fur n
10211 stock of r.
Cres.at the 70 i
• Altlll,lrie; all `shades. on.the northeast e •
laer orrOixtli . and Maxket etreeia.
C. Jliaraoit Lain & Rao
Niratoo r ISnl,phito or LIMA,
Viu : -piiiaanitHle cider. For sales by Chit:lea
-Sessor,Vniloptet,-corner of Fenn sod SLOW'.
Itrottrritisbargb.• - '
Bradley's:lk* Makes or Kopp Skirts
- - kixrcs & BELL,
"‘ • -: lNltto'testae Etb,yeis
or ifip-4oedi will dpd oat- stocks the most de
, atitigili /Md ontitthici the: iieb4opular in the
city Iteinemher We ilia now on the northengt
erect or INituth . ainritafk - 4'etreete. • •
. _ . bt .
xriselt Levu & Bao.
- • ' /Jaen Mari !Wilt..
310.40 Of With:test 'and best Line* ivholeallo
1M7= 1 .15"1
•.• - - .
Vette Irk Eispirfia thrit ElAiriges , Bansens'
SOAP Irthe best in use [pr Shaving and the
Sampsoti street, Allegheny, will be sold
byA. XAgeate. Auctioneer, on Tuesday, Feb.
,gOttr - ariltOblock. Size of tot, 4,0260 feet.
Tlio hreaaher Brothers, this akin:Loon, at
Aext to Jackson
Ira V v3 as tho4 l ng ot. 6,l=_Lorgo:
Eitta china claws trT
:to at $750. (feetO.O.Arldtts ,Slietting, at parker
L coos. 60 Market Ptreet.-
' • Pii
elariltle , a king Of Puha, •
etay got 4 when you get the genuine axt.lela,
Ind that la to be had at lower ratea than can
be ha4,_elsowtere In the, ,city at Pletalng'•
Drag Store, No.hilfarhat'atreet•
naafi tor Ladles. Pura_
Winter not Oyer, now Is the Unto to buy your
:at* the exteaslTo And popular
- house of Wrn• Fietoing. io. 139 Wood street.
41.1t:the now 'Styles will . lxi . sotd at a great re
&talon- order to Close out our Immenso.
also tclarge stook of Ladles' Fur Roods
and Biotins.' Caps, Gents' - Fur Coils, Collars
.1.1.13 d .
• Gentral Skattny Park.'
The Brothers, this afternoon, at 3 ,
Weltiek. Thesemeocrt.s rank ne.at'to Jackson
. ..Beynea, the King of 8/cetera.. '
;'.. f :Bfiitirtittetaititinja
The edeniiee M"Dry Beads, Sholltdry'a Bai - day
( ; t,CoatiaaB::to sell pi4te. /Stales", Checks and
~." Gloghasaa at Aces of two weeks ago. Before
litaidng your purthases give them a call at
. No/1. - 44 and 43 Market-street.'
_ A New Style .
tr OfenrAtement ring ti. mentioned suiting the
niany r netrelties in an lengllish paper. ieiscom.
,posfq, of throe pieces, whlch . can be separated,
J- 7 'hitt niyeedlsunited, and which the wearer
- alone, being in the secret, is 'able to readjuit
.. into the centre • knot. Many now styles of
3 ,Peeketh • . ks, Gold Pens, Albums, tFr en., are
. Ofiered at , ttock's, ojsposite the Poston:toe.
- Bleat edeibeetirsgsaaft 'Mintage, •
The and fp; tEese geode says the New
Toik- -.• • . Las-been quite anhaated,
aie deeldedly Krim. Jobbers hare
vivo:need shlrUngs from P cog emits par yard
*Bova last Weeks prices. .hlats have also au•
'-Tapped (robs to 3 mats a yard In the last few
days.. Bat ere would remind oar readers that
Meerut ef Shellaby ityparehty hare )net open.
- -63 6'440 - ateock of fhe above geode, which
theY . *Dleell at reduced prams notwlthetazul. '
• ing advinee esatenk markets. Call
, at Nes.44 and 46 street before making
your purabsaes.. Keep to view-the. Bee Hive
- Let its be Itleieltal to Ourselves.
The phiskal stenoture of the "transit us
nias:t43itifs rulrfersbleSserywkisre. Our bal.
les are endowed by nature with a certain neg.
- to notne
tinetiona gateholemize ingneneei j but this
”teat lol2, 11 . 10 P erlat; end 'islOst be safely
...loped on in unhealthy-regions; or undo: dr.
; --etinUtattees of *aro ,Than. onlnint7 "danger.
J''. - .Thernitlee, it is :sr*lots, it yrndense, 1$ Is
---'6,l = o ± l-1 1 1,0 ; tb traide against each ion.
by' taking in; antidote ;
FP!4'. :•: 0 . 1212 . 11 bi!.:a: 1 41: 1 01 1 . 0 :Osumi wan
'' a ream Of saiteuses Wunsch /Inlets, the
merit 'complete proteVthre lign*st ,all the eV
' detnio.:and endetnia- nuattatel -that has oral
luestaintnistereg*auynountrY.' Ai a rem
. •-h tor,pmepiistilea* is zip remcdy.that will
- :„ gumputrititk Moe . Ter_ intern the nestles
•tlad!( nation, 1 1 97y4ets on the face orthe
Efinitetterie - Altnens can be pro.
“ , etteed.. oloei - sO:volunitully; for as truly as
-Ten* ttalits, thin invaltiable Tonle and Ai
- - -.intintivennntidrentorehisettsoniered stomach
ita - illeiloyeongtittoiL To - the Baia= u to
-' - s . lidkiiity reeerntnendcl, and In canes of
.: ~. - -tosalkinzfl Clonalgation it
. alfOrdzippeady AU4
\'.... '.,,,. parinanent relief. In Canada, the - Crest In.
)S, :" elks and knatialaaa, ilia Bitters rank above
all Other itedlsf*is of tho class, e.
and the d
kin'sd for then in all foreign tountries In.
\ . - .flaateltera Meters
re saalabigssali and retail atTel7 X•w-rate,
ea Drug. and Patent Ifedialneirapot,
-X .013 / a fiek street, issiser Of the Diamond'
Cod fOgiastec44 , ---.-.. - `' • • --
Neutral iltiliMite of Lame,
,-- : Tor pr Mies . dela. Tor tale by Charles . 'yaalyeripmasuni'eonter , of Pean and Bt. Chits
1 ''' -tz " t , ?Itt4°lll.'' '
• . r • - ,-
,r, it Is with t pleagmre--wdo Gall the anew.'
~ ::,;',.:..tiadotOM ttithe'lltdvert, stock cfrail
i-- and Winter Goods just remind by XL John
- Wein, idercasantVatior, No. 190Feelend street, '
1 "ciatilin 'Ms stook embraces some of the
",:IM temithial Clem, Casermente, Oretoost. 1
tikiennl,Veettnteerhe brought to the western
1 ' 311841 * ,, ignneWtITOt onrunnehhag Elan%
toso_prisintomsta,Dropo: h paws Weak Tim
; 4 , ,lnanazesepuite, "nem be anyasseti cut i
1 -'. Or nut: A *ft* stook: of kesdy mad rants, 1
•• ' ' Veda; Wade sad Ontreotte*l aim be found
~.., : tit Me matatathment., Persona in want of any
1 "1 1 ' 1 4 14 /4. the at4 ttalte lino abilmut not fan to
, ...., Arrellir, Wales emil." :- ' " \
Whita Spats cappist . frosAit riSgea of
aldrira lmattforloy as the fro.," Arat7
Ale Bleaf.. Whir fan - satin ouch faariturrlons
- Tirr l lllee - thera. to persuonate theta. to 'sake
DOM:Kith ietaakel of pearls and ruble*. and
aireah . at !roar-Azov, all you have
co 4a, Wittig/n(2,u tone that eratableos
rlO3O- Pfraluotioa. slava= sosodant.
lekoasas .Ir. part Co., \
rrutung fume sioreir,ima
,Ilfaffitate Omit:vas oolong. Omce at Alexia.
der Ise/Alta% view - the *ate? Works :PM,.
Cratsti. P,.Eteadfaiei.ito:: Pike street. Or.
Maul . gfr - alliaaded to. .111 work warrant.
_.€ o . l 3torigHt. Entairiag - ono at the short.
est =Up.' X* charge fof repairs, provlDfd the
calf td cat shored AIWA is pat on.
VOLUME LXXX.---Na 41
Nervous and Sick Headache
Arc induced by Indigestion, Conti vene•e+ Fool
Stomach, and torpid state of the Liver, per
sons :suffering from thece complaints should
avoid as much as possible the two tree aye of
hpirltous and malt liquors, coffee and tobacco,
and keep the bOwels open, by small but fre
quent doses of Roback's Pi/24, and p emu-
Mg a regular course of hahlts, when they will
find they never fall to remove the ditlionit • .
C. 111 Dullest, 216 Penn Street.
Nyaa the drat tolice laughing gas in Pitta.
burg, lie was adnahustering Chia agent with
perfect 1111CCRSZ for more than two years be
fore any other person gave it here. flo also
ineerta the best and most beautiful gum teeth
ever given for the price.
Sear to Lfflnd
That if you wish to procure Liquor of any
land, Tor medicinal purposes, there is Ju.
One establishment In the city where reliable,
guaranteed articles eon always be bad. That
place is Fleming's Drug Store, No. ^I Alarket
street. Remember the phtce.
Carpenter Jobbtry; Shop.
ll.vlng returned after an absence of three
yoere in tho army, I have reopened my shop
far MI aorta of Jobbing in the carpenter lino,
et the old stand, Virgin alley, between Smith.
field street and Cherry Alley. Orders eolleited
and promptly attended to.
Neutral Sulphite of Llino,
For preserving older. Yet - Sale by ()barlos So
µif, Druggist, cornor of Penn and St. Clair
Areas, Pittsburgh; .
rluts. Mnallus , &A., at
''et Eastern prioes.
Tut vault recently constructed at Oak Ridge
Cemetery, near Springfield, Illinois, under the
direction of the Nationl Monuent AssOca
, tam, and to which tho remains of m the late Pres
, !dent was removed a abort time since, was
vinited a few diva ago by a committee of the
Association, consisting of Governor Oglesby,
Hon. Newton Bateman, and ex-Seeretary of
State hatch, when the casket containing the
Sacred ashes *as opened, and for the hod time
were the features of the lamented Lincoln
viewed by mortal eyes. The visit of the com
mittee Wan an °Metal one, anßoa d made in pur
suance of a resolution of the rd of Dino.
tore of the Association, the object being to
enable - them to certify to
of the body in the casket. ace was exam
ined through theglass covermg which under
lies the outer strata of the case, by the several
gentlemen above named, aml identified by
each of them as that of the martyred Fred
dent. -Pies sad mmemony ended the ltd was
again nailed down, and sealed with the signet
of the Astomation, The great stone or slab
was subsequently; rolled to the door of the
• sepulchre, and fitted Into Ma place, the finish
ing stroke given, and' the solid masenry was
trilike manner as the . casket - impressed with
the great aeal of the corration. The remains
will now rest undisturb..d till tho National
Monument shall be oompleted, when they will
be deposited in their final resting place. The
features of the deceased were scarcely dis
cernible, the embalmment scenting to hare
offered but little., Many, resistance to the en
croachment of corruntlen.
VONTIZABAND ON KENTUCKY lINIONT93L—A
traveler dining at a hotel, to the interior of
Kentucky, not long since, seeing "Union Ida
rlngnat," on the bill of fare, called for some;
when brought, he found them atripod with
accents colon, red and white. Calling the
'culled plasma," waiting on the tahle, ho in
this quired 'Do >ea call those bl ue r' white
gs Union Where la the "rah !
save Sambo, "demhsgood 'nor Union
forthlaplace. Ginel Grant did'utcome to here
'"with any of the bard licks to put In the blue •
, day ony get scratch a little, make do red an d
white come ; da--at's so; dam's 'good 'rind'
Union .for this yore place."—Cincinnaff Onn
Sindorm Ltwitrics has MIA .three satire
tigerita, disguised ,as meaaltbsetts, to explore
Central Asi a by different sautes . Each one la
Independent of the others, and kept in ignor
ance of their appointment, so that on their re
,thrtt three Independent narratives may be
allof l T hey
_ r t e <l i rt,L e7t cte re Ve ° temper not e
9 . t e t
the different peoples among whom they m t p ra e vet,
-whether movements are taking place to favor
of Bussia,and to visit Bokharx, Khokaad &ta
lkie:an:mast before they, yurn bock.
flak:Dram, at-tliiilfaited States armory at
Springfield; , bas - ordered the remodeling of
5,00 , 1 of the Springfield rifle, with Alblnit
breach - leadinglMprovement. The alteration
• •doesnothiateriallyabastge the apearance, or
affect tbeyange, butproyldergor th ee discharge
or eftineeri cartridges in a minute. This
ti". Poll- !leaflet been examined by a Govern
"m.t.it commission. bet it is generally believed
that it will be adopted by the department.
A scour 13 told oft we o th erork aldermen.
whe were _Malone each and had tried.
on eyerrotregalon 203,0t - eta:Se other down. At
one meeting, canal' them made, a motion when
his opponent. insisted Chat it !herald Do re,
duced: to writing; and unable to resist the
tetoptatlefl to .exult at his advantage, cried
out with a taiumphant chuckle t "Alt !Teddy,
Dye get you now, far divaa sthroke can you
Taiscorreepondent of tho BOStOri rearener,
writing from Conoord, N. H.., Rare the Demo
cratic managers stf that State invited Hx-Pres
ident Pierce to addresa them in the parlor of
a hotel, the night . before their .Conventlon,
hoping that bla inclotaal cram President might
give them favor at Washington, but that they
did not dare to rink the effect upon the people
of the State of baying him speak in the Con
NEWSPAYSII SC 7 P/MISION.—The order ema
nating front Gen: Grant (or the suppression of
the ElchmemipLeredricr, it is said will not be
the only only one of a similar eliariistor if the
present course of. Rebel journals is not
changed. It is notorious that many journals
In the South are as bold and ddllant In treas
onable utterances as before or during the war.
Gen. Grant is determined tepid a stop to this
tiring ox the Southern heart.
, - -
1 4 A8TISILLZ Ale OIL 1111nr.—The dbeeveries
of petroleum at Burkina le, Kentucky, are be
ginningro have their effect upon the ems
merco of leankrille. . Several consignments of
the commodity have: nude their appearance
in that !market, and an enterprising Pitts
burgh Inn is making arrangements to put a
bo a t nitt
s regalar :be ly
newly-diaeoyered oil regions.
lairwarearsou to our Shores appears to be
largely on the inere.l4o-4110 arrivala of last
month. Icing more than twice the number
landed at this port eeriest January of last
year. The prospect la that during the ensuing
year our Population will receive unprecedent
ed accetudems of hard-working, industrious
people from the crammed and over -crowded
districts of Europe.—New York 2`riburie.
Tin Rochester Union says "The rapids in
the Niagara river, directly opposite the Cate,
raerHosuie, arehardly covered by water at the
present time, in consequence of en loojam
having formed above, cauaing the water to rim
close to the Canada shore. The like was never
known, it is said, in that locality."
Tex Kentucky reovgas new contains In Its
daily issue more than two (solemn, of guber
natorial proclamations, fifteen In all, offering
rewards that &mown in the aggregate to over
five thousand dollars. for the arrest of mac.
derers who are yet at " large.
DIZASSZATIG act Of Suttee was perpetrated
recently near Jubbuipere, Indus, the subject of
it being the wife of a decease d barber. She
sat on the pile of wood with her dead husband
acres* her knees, until suffocated with the
smoke and Carnes.
Tan Dayton (Ohio) Journal's story about
twenty-fteren children !laxly* boon drownod
PY through the ice at Colima, Ohio, le
-broom:mead a. hoax.
A St. Louis paper describes a curious case of
imaginary poisoning that recently occurred In
that city at the "Westena !louse," on Broad
way. Four mischievous young men, boarders
at the bonne, took' into their heads to make a
clandestine examination of the contents of a
pack belonging to a peddler of laraelitisb pro.
oilvities, for the purpose Sr ascertaining wlait
sort of goods be dealt In. In the peek they
found a paper containing a white powder, and
they were =alma to ascertain what It was.
One of them ;gok a pinch of the powder, and
alter tasting of it pronounced it' asieratus.
Anotker swallowed a small quantity and de.
dared tbat it was alum. The third tried it,
and thought it was soda. The fourth gulped
down a spoonful, and said it wan starch. Being
unable to agree,' they made a close examina
tion of the pr, and Paid written rupon it
the fearful word' , poison:P. They all now felt
a terrible griping in the stomach, and started,
Ott a lull run for the nearest drug store. The
store was closed, and it as agony of despair,
the four young men rolled over. on the' pave
meat; and concluded to. give up the ghost.
The palson,however,wasalow in its °proration,
anti neither ottliem died. They found a drug
'Elkt, and, getting him to examine the powder,
disooymed that it was starch I They insmecil.
ately recovered, and declared that they would
- not attempt any more practical jokes upon the
IL Murder In 31antmomer7 County
From Mr. Charles 0. Franclsous,of the Penn
olvanta EaWoad, wale= of a shookmg mar.
der that took place in Lower Merlon township,
Montgomery county. It is understood that
there are peenliar-eirctimstanees connected
physiMan case that will be developed if an ar.
rest and trial over ensue: Dr. Joseph fL Lev-
ering, a of the townshi was the
victim. li e had bean out driving In p,
noon, making professional calls, and reached
his home Dist after dark. Me alighted from
bin carriage, and, without waiting to take tea,
unbitchedida horse and _was leading him to
the st.ble, only a few rods distant. It was
about Devon o'clock at the time, Ile: had pro
ceeded but, part way when the assaasin, who
was concealed close by, fixed at him, and ho
fell lifeless to the ground. The report of the
firearm rowed theDectoes family, who rushed
out and discovered *strata and lifeless
body. Ito bad been a through the breast
no lees than live toi, any one of which
would have proved fa .
No ;moo of the assassin was discovered and
justice Safer the time at fault. It was evident
that pie - Mier was net the object of the mur
derer. Dr. Levering was highly esteemed in
the circles in wid th be moved. A large re.
wend is offered for the arrest of the murderer.
— Pitricdelpm. Werth American. 1
•• ,Verdict Against a Railroad Company.
Thew Yorter,Feb. le—Yesterda_y the jury in
the case of - McDonald vs. the !Judson River
Railroad Company, rendered a verdict of lan
for the plaintia. Owing to the negligence of
the defendant's agents in running a detached
amine down 'their road in October last the
.piaintifflost two hor es and a wagon,
THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE.
VrILLLLY Pon MINT
has Tone, Feb. le—The Tribune's special
lye: Treasurer Spinner, yesterday, coo,.
meneed paying, in cash, all war and navy
'warrants amounting to 4.1 0 ,000,1111,1 under, and
all Quartermasters and o th er disburaing eNt.
core checks under 65,000. All MILS amounting
Lo more than the sums Mentioned, will be ai
Gee half In cash and ono half In certificate p s o f
indebtedness, La acoonlanee with a recent
one-third asmanyeertion of the Treasurflente y. sare being As only about
as formerly, the Tresettrer is.indimed tosued
lieve that those now In the Market will soon
come cip to par value.
Maier General Terry I, expected in Wesis.
Ingtera to-day in answer to a summons from
the Reconstruction Committee.
Judge Barrett, Commissioner of the Petition
Bureau, yesterday decided relative to the
claim clan ex-rebel- soldier for land bounty,
on the ground that lie bad rendered military
service to the government in the wee of lel%
that by his participation in the war against
the Union ho had forfeited his title to any
awards for services prior to the rebellion.
John Baas, whoee claims to theelitefteluthip
of the Cherekeee were ignored by the Com
mission recently sent out to form trestles with
the hostile !sit= tribes, yesterday held along
interview I. 'th President Johnson. 1:0311
rep/MS.:AC(I by the members ofthe Commission
aepossmeteg great wealth, and living a style
of elegance nnsnrineased by visitns enlight
ened eastern brethren. Ills in Wmtacg.-
ton is believed to tie fur the purpose ortiocuring
he, recognition trp.the government as Chief of
The World's special my*: Tho flonse.Coon
inirtee Cu Dan will report in favor of
aialaunwill'l % ,° gfpaied 'i tt 'er 4fßegio N p atwa N
system of allowing-bald banks to told interest
bearing le tender noun for the redemption
of their liabilities. Title cause will oompel
the National Banks to surrender the Interest
bearing legal tender note* cad substitute la
gni tenders. This will oe the tint move to
warden contraction of the currency.
The Werid's apectal says the Ways and
!imam Committee here divided up the vari
ous matters connected with the Tax Commit
stoners. report to sub-eommittees, who
ore holding dolly sessions and examining
into the matter referred to the respective
Committees. It will be some lime before the
selecommittees will be ready to report to the
Tho Tribuinele specralsoyeaprientedispateh In
Washington from a prominent member of the
Connecticut Union Math convention state,
that a resolution recOutroending the early Ad
mission of Tent/ewe was voted down in the
Committee on Resolute:ins.
The Tribune this morning publishes utbles
from the report of the Commilsionerof letter
nal Revenue, which show that the receipts of
internal revenue for the year ending Jane M,
1555, were it2i1,119,6M,17, of which the amount
collected by the Coltectors and Ammons was
e1fb,11.1,054/4. The. expense of collecting tills
Guru was $4,110,61%.
The roues' epee says there 19 much divot
isfaction expressed among army odleera, who
have served with distinction In the war, that
the military bill, so last reported t 9 the Renato,
makes no provision for the promotion of acv
of the oocers who spring Bun or served with
volunteers. Vigorous egOrtswill be made to .
secure true Iretonin the lx
Hon. L. D. Campbell, recently appointed
Minister to Mexico, Interv ie w iVashington
yesterday, and had an with the-Pre
sident. Ho Tufts Washington upon private
busbies*, and will return toUhto in a feted/us,
there to ream, I until the Senate Quill have
acted upon his nomination as Minister to the
A delegation of leading photographers In
the United States, are in Washington, asking
Mini relieved - from the payment of any Mule*
ou their products, in etampt, and to he per
mitted td pay per centage,ou monthly sales
each month. The Committee on Ways and
!deans gairethem shearing yesterday. A inoug
the delegation are M. R. Brady, B. Gurney and
C. D. Fredrick*, of New York, and Alien Gard
nor of Washington.
TAX ON DANK DEPOSITS
Compromise on the Freedmen's Liu
New Yeas, Feb. 16.—At the meeting of the
banks of New York to-pay, at the American
Exchange Bank, a committee was appointed
to go to Washington to remonstrate with Hr.
Spinner in relation to lila oroposed method of.
computing their revenue tax on the gross
deposits instead of net deposits as heretofore.
The committee consists of the folios-Mg gen
tlemen: J. D. Vermilye, lilerchants , Exchange
Bank, George S. American Exchange
Bank, and Edmund."( lett, of the Bank of 0..
CommOnwealth, mike propose, it is
said, to test the question.
Thejury today in the - case of Matilda A.
Moody vs. Geo. A. ilood, rendered a verdict
tor the plaintiff for GM - Osgood bad driven
over the plaintiff wlt a sleigh.
A Washington special says influential
tiolame are endeavoring to effect • compromise
on the freedmen s bureau bill. The basis is
that if the President slims the bill the Ten
nessee delegation will be at Cabinetmited.
The Poe; special says the was con
sidering the freedmen's bureau bill to-day.
The Nouse Committee on Clain:spas reject
ed the Utah claim.
At the Fenian headquarters the attaches of
the O'Maboeey branch aro still engaged in
Making preparations for tha sale of bonds, and
offices for their negotiations aro to be opened
in all parts of the country. The day for the
great demonstration in Union Square has not
yet been fixed. The numerate:meter the Pitts
burg Congress, which will commence on Mon
day, bare been completed. Tha on:Menlo( Gen.
Sweeny'a stair have transmitted to Pittaburgh
all the plane and animates of the great cam
paign, which will be explained by
ny to the Congress. A meeting of Fenhtns
was bold Oa Fridny Diem et Newark, when
five hundred dollars was eubseribed towards
the Senatorial Treasury of the Brotherhood.
The Madrid correspondent Or the Loudon
Tones, says:' Pareja , s successor whoever he
be is charged with the duty mayerly anni
hilating every habitation that be within
reach of his guns, ail along those thousands of
leagues of the l'actile, coast. Likewise, ho is
recommended to lose no time in regaining
posseesien' Of the Chinch& !Maude, thereby
opening hostilities with Perry without the
idle formality of a previous deolaration of
NEW Tony, lob. 16.—Tbe Silk Manufactory
Nog. 411, /1.19 and 421 West Thirty-fifth stroe t,
of Illmenianv & Silverman, was entered an
robbed of pa rty rt bur glars, goo on Wednesday
night, by a of Who before com
mencing operations, boat the watchman so
severely that his recovery is doubtful, and
left him lying Insensible on the oldowalk.
Ciarresixe; 0., Yee. IC—Theratometer at II
o'clock wka Coven degrees below zero; clear
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Special disratbh to the Plttaburgh Gazotte.
RARIITSIII76O, Feb. IG. IR
Mr. Worthington had read a letter from Dr.
Hiram Corson, of Montgomery county, rela
pre tomb° prevalence of the cattle disclaim in
Montgomery and Cheater counties, and de
scribing the character of the ',license, and on
motion of Mr. 131,71 tam the subject was referred
toe special Omni:mitt en consisting of Messrs.
Worthington, Graham, Connell, Gluts and
fakir. Lowry called up an art to anthozlze the
Erie and Allegheny Railroad Company to puts
chaee the Erie and Waterford Plank Road, and
also to repeal the act connecting the Erie and
Allegheny road Rill] the Atlantic and Great
tYcstern Rail tray, and to extend their road to
the Allegheny river.
Mr. Blgharn moved to amend by striking out
'Allegheny river" and Inserting "line of Ye
lango county." Agreed to.
The bill passed a third reading, and WWI laid
Adjourned until Tuesday, February 211 b, at
;0 p'ulock, A. U.
CASH PAYMENTS COMMENCED
REBEL CLAIM FOR LAND BOUNTY
INTERVIEW WITH JOHN ROSS
Contraction of the Currency Hove
YEARLY INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS
ARMY OFFICERS DISSATISFIED
THE NEE' MINISTER TO MEXICO
'BGTHRAPAfRS DELEGATICIN IN WASIPIGT(IN,
'ASITIOSB TOE PITTSIVEGII FERN COSGEESI
fibo., eta.. dbc...
91111 X/Rniztlwetoi7 gobbet".
Wi . !stber at Cleveland
PITTSBURGH. SATURDAY, FEBRtARY 17, 1866.
DEFENSE OF TUE PRESIDENT.
Lincoln Memorial Flag
REPORT ON LOYAL STATE DEBTS
.61301.011, Feb. IC.—Nfr. Newell, of IteW
Jersey, in the speech which he delivered IU
part last night, defended the political charaa
ter of the President, and maintain." that the
trainers of the Constitution designed ad mail
to be I: l ee and equal. Thin, ho said, could ant
he carried out at that early period, because of
the existence of slavery. The EmancipatiOn
Proclamation, he continued, makes citizens of
those who hare been set tree, which Involve*
the right of suffrage. States have no power to
eccede, and therefore none are out of the
Cnitm, and we call on the Reconstruction
Committee to report In favor of admitting the
Tennessee Representatives, and tho other
States sending loyal Representatives.
The following °Meer" have hem: detailed
members of the Joint Lkarti of army and
navy officers to consider and report upon tile
in7et of harbor defenses. torpedo." Abed
Br! miler Generals J. L. Barnard, B. S. 'Alex;
an cr and Q. A. Gihnore on the part of the
army. and Admirals Charles IL Davie and
Jolla A. Dahlgren, and Capt. James Alden on
the part of the navy. The lloard will iISSCI3I.
100.:itt the Nary Department on the Ist Of
The Department of State ttita morning rea
relved a tine from tile people of Lyons,
Prance, dedicated to the people of the United
States, In memory i'resident Linooln. TttO
flag is of the daft Yale, three 0,141 aludf
metres in length and two and fifteen-hum.
drediha metres In width, and to inscribed,
"Popular Subscription to the Republic of the
United States, in Memory of AhrthanaLlueoip,
The report made to-dar, by • RepresentatlVO
I Blaine, of Mateo, from the Select Committee
on the Debts of the Loyal States, includes data
upon the subject from ad the States except
Callfornli, Oregon and Nevada. The sum to.
tel of each debts, as far as ascertained, Is.
The reports of the Governors of the States,
were not exert or in full. but approximate,
end It is believed the toted amount Is not twit
than 075,000 We. The debts of the States are
reported as follows: Pennsylvania, $.11.5.1,11.1r,
Mtn rd,567.815; Indiana t`.,:t14,061•
rAccoi Michigan, 51'2,000 toe; th3C011:4111,
1x,540,7!Ka Minnesota, IddiSXl; lowa. •' 100030;
1 . 0,1P3,375; Kentucky, ip,15D,537; Kan
sas, 5510,600. This does not include amounts
raised hy State taxation or by Individuals.
The Committee recomngend the reimburse
ment of States, In part upon a basis of the pro
portion of man furninthect by each State. It
was deemed too burdensome to require more
thong fractional reimbursement, which could
not impair the national credit, twenty-dvo
per ceat of armage expenditure throughota
the loyal States or tiny-five dollars . for each
met, furnished according to the three years
As recommended, this would produce the
following amounts: Ohio, M 7.978 men—so,l:o39,
MO. ledbam 1.52,M trlen-43351145. lifinklEnos
iMJWi nro-44,447,075. Wheats n, 75,93 men—
54,344.,175. Moines:oft, 19,075 usera—.l.,Ost .i ta.
lowa, to men-41,75010. Mlasourl,
men-.44,140X0. Kentucky. 10, 11,9 men-03, — gi .
140. Kansas, INCA men—1,02.5,W0. Perinsylva
la, M7,f4., men—sl4,7l6,flie,
91 Tbe amount to be unbarscsi shall ho to regis
tered bonds of not less than one thousand dot.
Doe each, bearing is ere_st at the rate Of des
per c, at. per annum, payable semi-annually
us iawtni money and redeemable after twenty
years from Mao data of mid bonds which shall
be dated July lot, DES and interest payableon
the fled of January and July. The bowls
tauthorthed by this act shall not be delivered 1
o any State untitthe Legislature thereof has I
formally consented to accept them on the S
tens eat forth. Upon each betog properly
to to th e Secretary of the
hy the Governor of any State, the Secretary
shell istue the proper amount of bonds.
The foLlowthe nominations, among others,
werenfirmed In Ereeutlee Session of the
Senate co te-dav i
To be Consuls, Geo. Pomatose,ef lowa, at St.
Petereb o rg; Timothy S. Dickenson, of Indiana,
at Lair es William B. Little, of Nevada, at
Pan& ;Charily S. Page, of lowa, at Zurich.
Adel melon of photograph artists, mons
seating eral of the large cities& the United
States, re lain in - Washington, necking snob
chang in the existing revenue laws as will
sup le the necessity of aftlxiag stamps to
their p otograpbs end other productions of
their art. They - represent that the use of
/damps , has resulted in Serious damage to
Picturei a ln defacing And discoloring th em.
Gent Ithiscrt E. Lee, arrived here to-day,
and le a the Mthropoiltan lintel, The Lazing.
ton, (r su,) tlssedc, nays he has been sumnumed '
to appear as a witness before the Itoconstran
, tinh Committee.
In re nee to an apollcation received to
day, Sec star? McCulloch decided that norm ,
era]Pe it ten be Mated_ to. inthessieveist..
hides, d that before a cargo can be removed
froze is scasoL indubitable -ceicience must be
produce l that the tildes Dave not Doan taken
from animals that died from the affects of the
James lc. butler, Commis:lone: of the State
of elissoitcl to the Paris Exposition, has Inc.i
ten a letter to Secretary Seward, atannaning
that Missouri will be well reperseateL. and
holing tile o th er Status will not be neglected,
- Secretary Seward hes replied with his appest
at of the cours° of Mr. Sutler, and referent
Meta and , ethers to J.': C. Derby, go. to Part
How, New York, for laformatton concerning
the plans of representation.
lIIIIIP CONGRESS-FMAT SESSION
WAsirrEo7s, February 16, 131,
Mr. Trumbull introduced ayolnt rasolutian
of thanks to the rescuers of the soldiers and
*dicers from the wreck of the steamship San
Pi unison, w bleb was referred to the Comma•
tee on Military Affairs.
Mr. lisolard presented the petition of toe
citizens of Alexandria" Ta., asking for a Ter..
ritorial thrtn of government for the State of
Virginia. The petition' was referred , to the
Comzeitteo on Reconstruction.
Mr. lane, or Indiana, milted up the Senate
bill to extend the benefits of the Pension Laws
neartlncers of the army. Passed.
Mr. Trumbull called rip the Wit in relittou
to the Court of Claims, which was Lassad. The
bill allows an appeal to the Supreme Court
from the Court of Claims and provides that
the reinter session of titer Court of Claims
'ball comp:lance on the And Monday of Do.
cembcr stune o'clock.
Mr. Dixon introduced a tom to prevent per
version of the mails to fraudulent penmen.,
authorizing tho Post-master General to pro--
vont the delivery of letters to I:Mittens ad
dresses, and imposing a fine for mailing band
bills and circulars, to inane people to invest
money in and imposes a fine and
imprisons:lent, for r I.e ly denying the receipt
of the same.
A memorial, from the eittzeris of Jefferson
county, VlyVnta, pmteatzrag against the an
nexation of that comity to West Virginia was
Mr. Chandler, from the Committee on Cam
meree, reported a bill to pay Mr. Wilson, Con
sul to nada, for the damages by a mob after
the capture of the Flom. Laid over for the
The Contstfrutlnaol Atneadinent era% called
o and Mr. Hendrick! took the floor against
Mr. Bentineks, to the course of ids remarks,
alluded to the somewhat celebrated blood
letting letters,written by Mr. Chan ,dlerto
tom, and after be concluded, Mr. Chandler
replied. Be stood by the letters now. It
simply said to the Governor of Michigan
unless you are prepared to shed blood for the'
preservetien of this greaytioverroment, the .
Government is orerthroula.
Mr. Chandler now spoke of President Bu
chanan and Cabinet and others In office in
Waahington at that time as democratic trai
tors, and concluded: Now lamto be ar
raigned an to be - remembered in history as
blood.thity. lam proud of tbe name. May
it mend se long as the Government, when
the Sem. tor, and the men who have cog:opera.
ted wilt shall have gone down to eternal
In the remarks on th e Con stitutional Amend.
menu Mr. Bendtioks referred to the early hie
tory of the country, allowing that the Canal-
MO= wea :famed when the best feeling_ ox.
toted betwe n the different sections. Ile clop
ticaied the ispoaltion to amend it when lee.
ttonal feeling was stroegi he would vote
eves ter lo ci rendment proposed or hero-
WLUe attii es, :te”rieke was disatutaing the
right otCon to.reolate menus le the
States, Mr. ,ates atketi It he should move
-tram to Indiana, couldthe Legialatnro
disfran cline him forever.
Mr.Bendlicks declined to answer, en the"
ground that the question involved • a jaditilil
•Ineatlen, which tte would leave to the Suprente
A dhicusalen between. Messrs. Hendricks
and liciward followed regarding the right of
the President to order elections in the South.
ern States add the status of the pimple niter
the overthrow of the rebellion.
Mr. Hendricks next referred to the action of
Congress clurhig the war, and claimed that
the Southern States were repeatedly recog
Mr. Howard asked Mr. Hendricks if beware
an officer of the governmeet, if he would try
Jeff Davis for complicity In the assassination
of President Lincoln.
Mr. Hendricks said If ho were the • proper
omoer he would order Davis tried by a com
petent court and would execute him if con
Mr. Yates next occupied •` - 'n floor.
The Senate then went in executive eesslon
and adjourned till Monday.
Mr. Blaine, of the Select Committee on the
subject, reported a bill to reidusburee the loyal
States for disbursements made tot raising
troops to put down the rebellion.
Mr. Washburn° made &report from the Joint
Committee on the memorial servloes of the
' late' President Lincoln.
In compliance with the request of Comma,
Mr. Barmen has furnished a oopy of Ids ora
tion, ancltho Rouse ordorod twenty thousand
comes to tie printed. •
The Bonze proceeded to the consideration
of the van la contested election case of
Koontz d Cot:froth.
The ni orlty of the Committee on Elections
Messrs Dawson, Baxter, Marshall and Rad
ford, in their report, say that neither of the
clalmante has any prima facie right to the seat
under the Governors proclamation.
Messrs Lehellabarger and nehotteld combat
the vielOadraneed by the majority, and say
the two certificates of election, purporting to
have been addressed each by . a disuict board.
to the, clatinatita reepo:.:vc —. 1
both regular In form, Ant neither can
support a pri m. fucia claim to the
contested reat. For the reason, st tt
by them the Coirroth return was on its farm
Worthless as a return upon which to base the
Governor's Proclatuation. The law by no
Means permits him to basso his proclamation
in pus ton the return and In part on °Sidearm
obtained attend.. For the same reasons, they
Must, if they do not go behind the return to
inquire who were the loyal district Jurices,
Fri..e the seat to .11r. lioOntr, on his return
Mr. Upson addressed the noose in support
of the majority report, mei Mr. Paint In be
half of the niece of the minority. The sub-
I feet was postponed until Monday.
Mr. Ortb, of Indiana, asked learn to offer a
resolution that the Committee on limmestruc-
Von report on the amendment to the Consti
tution that no person who hold a civil or milt
tory °thee ender the late so-called Coaled
ernry, shall ever be eligible to bold aD °Mee
of honor or emolument under the Govern
ment of the Called States, but objection was
Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania, presented a
petition unanimmody signed by citizens of
Pennsylvania, praying that the specific tax
of one dollar levied on erotic petroleum, may
be changed to a moderate tax, to be raised by
a per collage upon sales at the wells as being
less oppressive anti more easily assessed and
collected, which tens referred to the Commit
tee on Ways and Moans.
The Mouse 1000 up the Senate bill providing
for the exhibition of mineral specimens of the
United States In the Patent Office building,
the Secretary of the Interior being authorized
to prepare suitable eases for the name, and
referred it to the Committee on Mining.
After further proceedings the House ad
BtzsrirAll.o, N. Y.. Fed , . l6 .3lereury are degrees
balow zero at 7 o'clock, S. 12., aud ono at,,ve at
CT.LVEL fg D, 0., Fob. degree,
low zero at G o'clock, A. 0. Weather clear a
Nrw Tour, Feb. IC—.9 A. g.—Tbermotnete
three degrees above zero, and growi g mll ,
fast. In New Orleans, yesterday, It stop,
twenty-four degrees above.
8....1.1111103111. Md., rub. Ml.—Thermometer one
degree below zero, boat night, and =denoting
.13oirrow, Mann„ Feb. 16.—Mercury throe, do
green above zero, to-day.
Pan.norcruis, Pa.. FO,. 16.—Thermomete
Ave degree* above zero.
hlti , e4earr., Wla., Feb. Id.—Tim weather to
moderating, and the feat trains commenced
runnmg regularly on the western 10/41.1.1 to
DETROIT, Fab. 16. —M,revry t weirs. dngrOni
below zero ate o'clock, A. 01., and four above
PORT ROLLOS, Feb. 15.—Mercury eighteen de
grees below zero at do'clock, a. bt., rid tea
degree" below at 8 o'clock, a. C.
From Faabsille.—reslian Rteetisig.—
It weeny and Roberta to Leave n for
NettitIVILLII, Feb. U.—River aes - on feet on
the oboes, and at a stand. The weather has
Oscar Derby, charged with altering postal
enrraney from eve to fifty cents, was put un
der two thousand dollar, bonds to answer the
oharge. This morning he absconded and his
ball was declared forfeited.
The Fenian Chief., liweony and Roberto,
addreepied •througed house at the Old Theater
last night. They were received with groat
enthusiasm by th e audience. They propose
to hold a grand meeting of the Brotherhood at Pittsburgn on the 19th inst., when the plans
Of the campaign would h finally determined.
The occupation of Canada was hinted at, nod
after Ito pomession was gained It ould be
offered to the rniterL stater. ' Rob erts and
&weeny leave. to-night for Pittsburgh.
An employee of the Louisville Railroad
named Geo. Waters, was amidentaily adla l
teedno, in. Edgelleld, by falling from a train
wills in motion. Ile was endeavoring toi amp
from one car to another.
Louisiana Parochial Elovtlon BM Pas.-
' ed-4lharp Maine to Me:lce—Liberals
Ness Gatuen a, Tab, la.—The Leutalature has
peered the Parish Electien bill over the Gov.
error , * veto by an almost tumultuous vote.
The Brownevale Courier, of the Ith Inst., re.
ports that Gen. Medea, with two thousand
men, had taken pealesslon of the road, load ,
g Tamptoo. The Fre soh garrison, one
hundred strong, reinrorced by a few hundred
men, was ordered to attack the Liberals. The
latter formed en ambuscade and eat oil and
ma semi stelyof the French advance 'Nardi'.
Thst remainder of the French troops, eve bun.
diva strong, renewed the attack, using their
bitToreta rrzoromily and forced the Liberals
is ratres‘ closely pursued for leveret hoar:
*Ode* and almost all of ho staff onteer• are
reported to bee.. beim
load Is reported at Me. and the French 1,13.9
Frew Nettlett—Defeat of the fearlat
rs-se Sons, Feb, o.—The strainer Coratm,
,crocaLtzenth...r. the toth r amt Nassau on. the
r l2th, baserrised.
The Mean* correspondence of the Associa
ted Press, has Vera Cruz dater to the Ist Inst..
and the elty of Mexico to the flat alt. Par
elan of the defeat of the Joarista at Forontls
are given. A force has been sent to Monterey
to protect the city trom guerillas •
A troop et Joarists =purled the malls from
Monterey for Mexico, together with an taper
allst collector, whom they hong.
Coma Elate bad arrived at Havens, en
route for Belgium. lie is said to hero tem
*ant by the Empress Carlotta on family mat
ters. The Austrian Consul General and Pm..
Man Weimer were on their way from Vera
Cruz to the Cloy of Mexico.
The cholera Is reporteci at Clenfuego, but
the report's doubtful. exuall pox continues
Disabled Seddier• and liallers—Wesla
Now roam, Feb. Is,—The Committee on the
teller of disabled soldiers and sailors. held a
meeting yesterday and determined, that Col.
.1. Lt.,liertnan, the Manager of the Soldiers'
and Sailors' Employ:neat and Relief Agency,
be requested at commence • distribution of
relief +among the most needy soldiers and
sailors, on the TM Instant, the cmcesion of
Washington , " Birthday.
Nrw Your, Feb. 18.—The Cluollusatl train on
the Erie Railroad, due at Jersey City at four
yesterday, atrock a wagon loaded with
timber, which was cresslng the tr.* near
* Port Janda, Instantly killing the driver of the
loam. The ea Sae was cenaiderably damaged,
imd nor end of the baggage ear was store to,
but no one on the train was injured.
111 . 1 11ardTaariaaameat to iemphl a.
Mmerms, Feb. 10.—Tha billiard tournament
points opened tomight,_ by • game Of ere hundred
between Mr. Ikmoett, of Memphis, and
Mr. Choate, o C i nc i nnat i , In which Choate
was successful by elfghty-seven points. In a
IrMISO of live hundred point. between Melvin
Solder, of Now York, and Mr. Guthrie, of Item.
plus, goiter did smut, wary brtilLant play
beattlig Guthrie by three hundred and
Ifnneirol of Bishop ifftspistrlek.
Boirow, Feb. I.l.—The funeral of Bishop Fltv
tsttrick took place this forenoon and wss very
solemn and lustrostng. A great proeevslou
followed the remains to St. Augustine , . Ceme
tery 10 South Roston, including numerous
charitable and other societies.
Mulder, to llistadlaw.
rerisrmaralkFeb.lo.—The sato of the corm.
ty TretliitliVr of Berke county, In itesclteg, WWI
blown open last night, With gun powder. it
contained ten thousand dollars. The bur
glary were disturbed before the bad seeurtal
the money- r and nod, leaving all thin: tools and
Netlohal Afseac!silos% of Vl:mere-1M Tray
CIaVLLAIND. Feb. 113.—A Convention of Com.
t Derglal traveler', wan held hero to.laF. They
organized a National Association of Commer
cial Travelers. with G. Adams, of Now York,
RS President; IL E. BRIM% of Sandusky, Vico
President,. and A. L. Parka, of Now York, Sno
ts:limy. The Conventionthen adjourned.
lira wt nestoraallitt Loan saLlle.
DOSTOZ. Jan.l6.—A block of wooden houses
on Second street, Boston, occupukl by about
forty amines, arm destroyed by pre early
Ildsmeaulnk. A widow woman named Brig.
got Downs, was suffocated to death. -
' Liquor ittauTffilng.,
The Commissioner ef Customs has received
information ors/Hera new artful dodges M
the contraband liquor Oulu.. A. lot of barrels
wereeelred at Moore , s Junction on the Cana
da frontier, marked, ',Cognac" ' brandy, SW/
ptirportinglohaveteen Imported from Truce.
'The barrels were so skillfully made to imituss
*tenth barrels that it was almost Impossible
to detect the fraud. They were Fully mann
factored In Canada, as testified by the cooper
wilts made them, In the cue as tried at Alba
ny, Wore Judge Smalley; wilier's, if OM impor
ted from Trance to wrap around the hoops, and
the brand of the. custom-house at Now York
was affixed. The liquor ...astound to be whis
key, °Mond with logwood and liaVored .with
Trobol, under tho guise of
"tinctures," by m with it myrrh and oth
er tinctures, which are easily precipitated.
opium Is sometimes hued to make alcohol
pass for tinctures of ophim, which does not
tile sptrits for manutacturinsupsirpases.
The object to their deceptions is to .import al-
Cobol, On which the duty Is hvy, muc h lig ht- log it as a tincture, which beam a much light
M C MEENEY—ALLENEr; 7.71670111r,,,:itgth
D. Vi , o it t P e a l!ilt`g ck 4, r_r E n Y, i i;f Allogat
ny Cltv. and Mos MOLLIE A. ALLE.... of Beal!.
rile. WahlAngton omouff. rt.
tuusrr—rebraa r y lath, at IZa o'clock, a. le.,
DAVID D. ItAIISEY, W the Met year or pis ate.
Tho funeral wllltakt place ell ISAlCsualar. the 17th
HIM/ " 10 o'clock. A. it., from the reeldenco of
/arc Ileltee, Deaver street, Maachater. Illi
Mende art respectfully Welted to attend.
41111telutarrEtomOr nog of A
the z'er.ofel.ll6l.ll,Pl t. t "P ° p " Zriiff
T.ttll4l:lll.lo°°",,Wg, LVA the -- 1 "o:re°. bailment
corn or 01 'edam
rl l ittosso at the ro •11. 127111:—"-TItinArto
sad Massa "IV"' Kr"T irrea rc',
ALL HINDS 07
zzrle7aru!Lww ts .
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
BATH TUBS SINKS, WATER CLOSETS
WISH BASINS, WASH STANDS,
Hydra lie ` Itams
Brass Wort -of all kinds; Block Tlo Plpo, Ibraodr
kloda of Gun and LeaAker Hose;
Ho. I . Clonyllnion tn. Pipe and Picture.. Oirsa
dracrlytbno. kept courtantly on hood ai
Addy, Williams do Bartle 's
Cvniti LH MISTH AUD b.MITIIFIELD 8111
BEAVER STREET, MANa-C)Fn2t
KKXT 7 V.. , POIT orrrer-
11— dgb k y th z? 12 1:=13%1%= 7.
pITTBI3ERG/A LEAD PIPE
SHEET LEAD WORKS.
We are now inarntlketorin; a 1517PETLIOR wilds or
LEAD PIPE AND MEET LEAD.
t rop or
inzoll and Will make to ardor any
or chintzes. regained, at the
Lowest Jefaikel Rates.
Order. by mall promptly Md.
BAILEY, FAIIIIELL & CO.,
Yea >m Smittateld Iltroen Pittatecreln Pa.
.1.72111:1ING. GAS AMID STEAM
ITTTLtiti, DI els saascaus.
Cmend atiendsd b 7 S•Pertenned msd Prixik•
fins assortment of
GAS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH:TUBS, •
MAT= BATTIO. .
ConstAntir on band and made to seder. a 7T'4
TATE m fEIILLS,
Na t 9 PEDEICAL AnaTbeny,
And IV Llitsadir Plttsbarlb
HYDRANTS, MAN PUMPS,
LCAD .Z.Z.Pll% nitur„
WATER CLOSETS AND WASIIRSTAND&
E WS-VS I CO,
No. KIN 40 :0f .'"01 ....119N0N0rgh
T.:. ICIVE.NS .........
PLUMBMO AND STEAM FITNNCt
Portables 8 Cigar Lighters.
E IFP • EJrI9 e co.,
atuticlevr le 4:141/ • •Cans.)
Lianood N. N. Wept Rt., rrITIIIISCATI. Pa,
.T. &Slum.- -
Plumbing and Gas rating.
FORCE PUMPS, FOR ENGINEERS.
IRON PIPE & BRASS WORK
DI ALL nsaCtszemons.
S db CO..
Stwiemor to 440 • dross.)
165 Woad St.. Pfttibucro. Pa.
ARSENALS. GLASS wonas.
MODES, RYRIE & CO.,
Itanaftetcrors of BLACK and (MEIN OLAF&
WARY., thornlats. Warn Both Vendionan Oar
ooyn no. P. arehaner—No. 144 WATEJI NITIMET
Demean Bolltanold and Want street., Fttrabornk
We warrant ono Wares to be raperlor to any nun.
atom:ad yea at Oka Monntatan &low. au bann,,
titandrana ot lb* above dateriptlan. A.ll onlero
tworataly attendedso, Particular attention paid to
priaate mould. solay,4
Wx. ROLF= lawn =WIN
JAMES LURES & CO,
OIL OF VITRIOL AND AQUA AMMONIA.
P.71 • 73117710H. pst.
=SO. F. COLLIoni 011321 WatoH2
I !OLLINB & 11111161111., Drlttanla
N. , Brass sad Ituret distal Warden, Brlttanta Coo
taro. Carbon tad Lard WI Hartiers,'crai all =mad
atylert of Slittaula ostd yfill. Idanalaeturors
Orders promptly filled. Mo. IMIUMOUND tITHEZT
eltisbargb. Yeana. oa7ray.
SkJ. EVERANCE, No. 4SS WATER
errlt3 KT. PI ileeareh_Qajognescrurvy of BUILEI
FrIVEIII,WFVOUMIT 0019/1:1011 and nalroad
of every description.
Particular steed or shaped goikee sAd tern
or mall. made so order at abort toile*. A good eee
sereuese coavtardly Os head.
L"M 4 : , , •
ONT • •
k : : ~t • 'A: :0
Cullman lad Wbei=cad Ratan Nano
1011TUILIL 1.; Xs. 431 PENN BT.
Er• • w 4 DW 11.• Imo ° t e a •• t rv=
bt o, awl war.
t.,1 equal twalltraoll solo to as • •
CANE AND WOOD CHAIRS,
sail fn alo,
Wholesale or Retail.
JAMES w. wows -TELL,
NM! a p TEMD OTZIEST,
Oppoof to I. Zeinuadsika 1 C..•% Eat
19: 7 4 11 9RPU0
Sad zst.texi.t 846-exaciry
do. 13 Mat. Mar near ftesmiasua Bads*
seam* 'se. HMi P. ClE ilts Wlr% IMMICI Ohl* Zailaiier
SIICIIAID W. ....... . .......:.....T. 2o3orycji
poIIRTH STREET ITPUOLSTEItY
E ra s rota= many Naas Wo01).-alm
tielbe zw"litac hVotille nlal l4 o r ."
usaseasi l / 2 uirtalaComituta,,, restli
el a .444.° twolia.Mozwavir
lam. ?Mini &MEW. Is Aimto anus. on
deting,44/allas doss Dirseataalimba
JAMES ISPPLticarE, ,
Pork xDaroir !p er,
lloslota. 1■ 8. 0:11A384. BAOO p.tultr.r,rona
I , laBD BEEF , LADD, Z./MD.I)V., UP.BA.SY.,
t i LTVO c. . + .7l altitifti l7lll lVil.ll . 4Vie:'
PRICE THREE .CENTS.
..- 130 9T5.A 1 9: 0 _, 1 3 .4
EIV . -
GT , til CALF BOOTS.
A LARGE STOCK OF MEWS WEAR
tl!MI T DESCRIPTION. '
LAINIV POUR BOOM
eLegaze av , ortnent of
Balmorals, Gaiter, Over-Shoes, &c,
Calf, Grain, Morocco, and KW
BOOTS & SHOES
Boys Boots and Baltuoials. -
Cult, Hip and Grain Leather
CLI ZEDRE.I"B SHOES,
/1.21 , 1 a full Lo! efour,tioice of Goof. LM;
M'CLELLAND'S AUCTION EMPORIUM
55 and 57 Fifth StreeL
BOOTS fre SHOES,
nacx.ra.cliwy., taxa lath 1.32. et
Their entire neck u Doe. marked &rent,. ate
mill be sold at greatly menaced peter, to =ate In ,
s their tinting Stock.
Remember the Number,
61 Market Street.
Noll Door to Barker•. Dry Goody Score.
OOTS AND SHOES
AT COST! AT COST!!
.ELt DDl"c?cicarinil l 3 root.
1 am now eloalg oat my entire aloof of
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmorals
Polish Boots, &de.,
AT dCOES e -
To make room for Berlax• Meek. Groat flarialof
W. It. IIIeCLIVIVC'
Et Federal ntreet. Alleetee lC j.
SOLED BOOTS. .. 4
we have new , an hands a let of WP 'S, 80213'
701;Tlih•awl CIIILLIREN•S 1100 Th. somewhat
soiled Walsh we will elate eta
nrcaannx.r.ss Or COST.
J. W. Carnahan S Co.,
HL96EB• AIM CUULDRENT
Boots, Shoes and Goiters,
At OOTLEIA eorasr TIES sad Pry (Ls masts;
AT Prices total* sterrbotr.
Ml . n=goN
'BANE & ANIEB, COMMISSION
AAA AIRRCUANTS and denlera FLOUR, GRAIN
and PRODUCE., Second Areet, between Wood and
Itindadeld, Pltubusgh. ar11:17.
this. PUTT/M...40NX ator—v.....a. rS2ICrIAZZI
POTTER; AIKE.i & SHEPARD
Conualsslon Merchants, mad dealer, la Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Flow, Butter. Chen... Ejrffl,
Potatoes and produce generally. No."5:I LIBERTr
SITHEET, am:Kielce Pasmager Depot. Pittsburgh:
VI - EMI-ES C. U.ULSILEY, Produce
I.d Commlarion Merchant, Warehouse No. nil
LIME an RTT bIELY.7, Pitteinergb, Pa. Whdlegglg
latri•Pu`T`T•ikllM,Wo2,g . A 2 =,fr o .l:
lay, D ried Alta Oxen Proits, Oalnos,
crate, Clover Seeds, TLaothy Seeda, Plaz-Beada,:f
came and Poultry. Partloatar attention even toy
Produce Conslzraments. mai
XEOX. ASDILLA 10(0.r.
KNOX Sr. SON, Commission
TL ZFir",7, 6 II /1 4
Diamond. opposite Ciiy Ha/4 Allezheny tair.
(aaococaor to Itaanowrs & Llultari)
Dealer to Flo. a.nd 6rala, Prodnen and Oota=laelos
M./cf./n4 No. IN LIHr<ItT76TESYT , Plttainuirbi
R . B. JACK,
GROCIEP., Noe, lan-4S DLISIOND
U'IJLP & SHI PAUD , Commitaion:
Morena:as and denim In Ilonr, Orata ant Pro,'
dace, No. la LECrerty strret,
ooks Drandt of Ylocr for Bator, and Tax. Sly non
oonotantly bond. Particular Ittentton P.la to
Ailing order ofor Dlerchradise generally. oonay
LITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON.
WPolessioGrOlXlll. COMS-1•4101 hierchanta, and'
dealers 111 Produce, Flur, Bacon, Cheese. Platy
Carbon and Lard OIL Iron. Nails, 411.0.1, COtlan
Yarns and all Plttaburgh manufacture* ca.eruli
luad 1.14 Berohd Mee; Pltls 'meaty
WIN. P. BECK & CO., No. 18.5.
7 Idadot ' Z i eb ta daVl&l deafen to Cosa.
Oned and Dried Frilled, as.. Unsaid I.l3dia. }yid_
JOIIN B. CANFIELD, commisatcra
and Forwardlna litarehaat and wholesale deal.
to Wester* Reserve, Omega, Breltar, Lord, Pork,
Macon, floor, Fhb, Pot and Pearl Aare, Solemn%
Ltaared sad Lard Otte, Deed Fran, awl Prochte °
generally. No. 14t axed 1 Treat atmet. Pittaborza
..t. A. CWT.
GL?!& REITER, PRODUCE,
salon sad Forwarding Iferetusata, sad
erchasing. Isms* foe all Plttsburgb 11.saufbeteirea.-
'arebouse, No..= Liberty street, Pft.tabargh, Ps.
JAMES DALZELL & SON, Mann
..lscturere of Lard 011,11 d Cocandsalos Merchants
far the purchase and aide of Crude and Ito/nett Pa.
Unlearn, Nos. to and TO Water street, Pittsburgh.
Advances crude on Conaluxnenta.
dealers la Groceries, Floor, Grain Produce, Pro
visions. Fab. Cheese, Salt, Carton Oil. Nov. in and
/74 Wood Street, scar Liberty Street, Pittsicurgic,
- - -
roma. L fLIAD UIVILUE1111.11:0kli.
o tt ' on Rai dtsi r" ll.l.l.l kind.
V'ETZER & AILLMSTLIONG, For.
-A wan:llpr and Conokinalon .111erchant., for the cAle
o.Mesa. Harter ..cede Ihled
Frans, an, ,Prodlciee 'arsity, No. to market Atm%
corner of Jr litabarith. Pa. lOZ:ty
• chant andi
We. Xi Liberty
Wayne and Penn al
H. RIDDLE, No. 183 Liberty $t
?Maws Commission Merstunt. *ad
Weelerdle Dealer to... 2 ,Proottket. tireeeries sod
Pimento \ monfactoreei. 'se It adrancent on Co*.
eV:men o. and pall fee P nee generally. Ann
J. I. LIGGETT
18. LIGGEW & City Floor- w •Mg Mills, comer Liberty sad Adana meets,
allreapacit7, PO Parcels per day. ST4
PDA.1.1137.L 7. omar.s.i.
OUT: DALZELL & CO, Whole.
ale timers. Ccoanalialcur sad Yorwariller lten
cheats mad dealer' la Produce aid Elitsbarbt Yea.
alba•traae, Me 22 Liberty et reel, Plialtalltl• •
(1111AIILES CALDWELI c QiniC•
cram to Jananallotosna • C:, IPort. roma' ant
dealer In Prortalook mast .01 Market intl Treat
JOB* MATT • aOtut• Imam
.84 WILSON, .Wholeaale
tiroeers, Cemiktuloniterchara k bad dealers tit
Pridnoe and yittebbnie Maatiteeterete No. =L ib . street, Pitteteug
AMBERT, SHIPTON & • CO,
../LaWnotesale Urocen auctProftwi Nam No miii k
• - •••11 stmt. Pittatnstsh.
IBAIAII DICKEY 1!t COy
Grocer!, Cesesnisolos ifarclum4. wed daGera
.street 4214. al Ilya% Give
U. YOIGUT & Co., (Successor . s
N G. Graff.)Produca and, Comunisilea Mat,
chants. IC Liberty Greet. PlGalmrett. •
EWEE:It & BROS., a
o te.toms 4 Audition )Wboleeale Peale., Is Tor
" Ned rvoles, Nuts andlSellor Cesibeilosery, &agars.
e ma. sit e
bea. Nos. Clant
=I Weed bases t . above
DAVID IL EDGEUTON t . Whole
lt Pa. feta Grocer and Ceeeeelfeles mershatit. I
%ADM, RUM AND
At Lard ui ki Crzi Asar.,4
Ever Offered to fhb Xlarnd
1 210 ‘7,74zocrct
All etrlt • -ea
Sewed, l'inllcd sad Pegged.
ROBINSON & co.N
WILL COILWENUE ON
AND COX - ITN - I_lE TWO wicras.
Mo. 67 Markol strncL
CE, Commission Mee.
Balta.!. Desler In ?lour am:Mesta.
• mll r t 1 Viz= tg r i t e t r
- 1117xtelertais; ors,
; to.rairot iusel COrstermart ant
%Wirer an C l *T
mzlitly AstaS to. . "".
THE WEEKLY GAZETTE
--- ifireiirrlitzoss ARE ram - my, .
Oes w Weleasererir cad tie iehre srs Susrr e
ra. edition to ibreerthsi whlr .. t irtlt math tie a. e•
scribers soonest as the aterl ran.
In Chiba or eTe,
La-Claim or ten .4 tkni,43.
EiiitAi • - SHOES
5,009 MEN WANTED!
Sarni. .4intxtber of Ladiem!
JOHNNY PITTOCK'S WIFE mg
Met. McClellan told her that aro heard Same Grub'.
trite aay that :oho liarrta• alto told Ilex tharetrattO7
ftoltla beard that It ran no•dooht the trldOw !taker
said that coat-. Vrootkiwito thrroght that Colonel
Larte't rtila bettered that old Ur,. Lana redwood
posh/rely that Peter Do ablaut's wits ta4 told NW/
Crum[gee that her wtot bad doclard to the world
that It war generally beffereed that Mother Porter
had wild to plata ternal that she heard nets) (loot
itay that her slater Polly. had said that it tra..
Lr.tran 11.1 PITTS111.11“:11. tlatt
CONCERT HILL SHOE STORK..
No. 60 Filth Street,
Wr Ai. TILE
( leapeA, Best and Most Reliable
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Under the :Opera Donate.
0,000 T11911841a DOMAIN
DM BTar48 T ar4
KEN AHD 001 - 0 •
Ar Lms Tra •
- maiTriicrtatal• ooer
ii4thruy.tcrukr ro v le:
14: va LORTr i f i r
AT TEM .00PULAZ
a TUTU STREZT___. • '
• MTH SZSILICT:
3/. thquseile thf Opera Souse.
. . .
S't Fourth Street.
Mosaic and Almninster Rugs
Embroidered Piano Corers,
US And every description of Car:petit;
REDUCTION Et PRICE OP
trewstog7 to vain, Aziaaal../areallorn Liu
mak rw ilf r orantechmeo - for Sprits. Ink shall erne ft,
',A COSICIOII /4"
0111 . cibetat sad rid,
crtßustre ttock o f ' PlUal
Carpets. bay Da WthitsesS" Shades
Damask. Rep aml LYS Cartahm Dm
KM" Tama", Lapps and /3asuls, .
rs.but,tr one customers baste BOLIDI7 Mg-
SENTO of persesoens value as a-yory moderato oz.
moo. JeI.PABLA.ND &COLMAN.
71 sad 73 1311ttimmet.
NO ' *oaf Hamm to Sb. P.1.410.b.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
lait t. lo = l2 nrian s " P ete .
DMattention_ eves the 1126 CDT OW
LZOISo, sitnITTEMISS. Se. .
Titles examine" and Collections suns la PQ lOX M,
yule. Vele and Weal Virginia. • •
E. R. Licensed Soldla* , Claim Anew.
Beamles t Vattarit4 Fctdtari eiglettat La ea,
wo tartatryg',;,..t Plttaairittt.,,u
' with /Madan* sod two wtasetsaa.
I\ll MITARY CLAIMS,PERSTA •
~... - EtRINTIZA, BACK I . l .l iyi JAIII
tem . eeserlptlett, velceted the s Wtwt. bee,
the totiewleg Wee, Its: ens, VA all. MAK
citing; Oh% • C. TAYWi t inr -
• • • --. Attorney at .
Mhzend atreet , epeeette the Ceertkiesia.
X. B.—zieelthr • are nade It the dela dement
. ~• •
kerne — cocitea'''`a"
ATTORNEYS.. AT LAW.
orriCS. NO. ea 673116171'.
L . P. STONE, , ,
ATtORKEY AT LAW.
Pitted:wit. PP- 212:111..
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XAZIOG AST 1
m - Dmrrmmi•o
:ll3DixtrAusett • -
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e6, - .04 xs. us roman lECEIEZZ.
Llutert.ttlag to VI Ita brancites. Dl.ditirttW
71alts nota resolattog ercrythizzu tisteSurr: Ma
12e totenneati prow pttrattenAct to. ,
Wm:Mt /limn* owl' Carriages at of-.1.s rcaaositplo ten.. dolal
Prestli street, rittottnnth. TY.
V i g . ds..4.IWwLQZWIE
- di Taa.Dden. 0 alplesartagw fg"a
:ralii.C.Cre—iter • id X.rr,
11.21,,mig 111.1 7 ", Jassla
CY Tdure NOTIONS,
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