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viarIYNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1868.
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JA Dant a soar, Proprietors.
.0111111=3501.1iNtk 131.1LRIAEStimgshed tbr all
miss. Alesk_Canlapes Sir Faximeals, Weddings aO4l
Parties. trams make sad reasonable rates. STA,
OPEN 0.1.2. AND Terklard
CITY /MD SUBURBAN.
Rota* .11Wislosiars Society
The amuvereary of the 'Lathes. Home Mis
sionary BocietY of Chrirdii I E. Church of
Pittsburgh, was celebrated last night in
Christ's Church, corner of Penn and Hand
cook streets.. The exercises were commenced
with a voluntary by the choir, "0 Father, 0
Father," a trio, .07 Mozart, after, widish
Bay. 49. t. Davidson, of the Liberty street
Chureb, explained the object of the meeting.
- p:Jones thou offered no!, prayer, af
',"n..4.eilieliteell the 1005th hymn vras sung:
• "SToh o t n o u m g a h y alhl e t he a m g il l l s etds s s an f g- t hsk
song -of triumph-which records - I
That all the earth are now the Lord's."
, The following report of Mine Julia Slams.
der, Corresponding Secretary of the Board of
Managers, was their read by Professor Goff
At the close of the first year of the Ladles ,
Home, Missionary Society, of Pittsburgh, Alle--
. attexiy i, and vlcleity. the Mana gers
fonowinl,',..l3:rrto lay before Society the
00 the 15tb of November, ISGe, a number of
. Ladles, and, Mters, convened in Smith.
fleld '111": - ll:Chtireb; to project ' the pirm of a'.
Ladies Rome Missionary Society. Rev. W. A.
Davidson was called to the Chair, and Rev. R.
T. Miller, appointed Secretary. After the
opening exercises, the Chairman set before
the meeting monofully than had
p evion absoslylute been
necessity of brought to ou
the n ceoti,
' ence of, such an organisation in our midst,'
and exhorted as, that our grand object should
be tosupply the spiritual wants of the desti
-, tuts of theses:Mies and , vicinity by rending
' , ant missionaries, establishing sahhath schools,
and, &afar as it was In eur power, to build un
churches. The Constitution of toe Ladles ,
. Route Missionary Society of Cincinnati, with
such amendments as were thought advisable,
was adopted as the Constitution of 'this Socie
ty; and accordingly managers, from the mem
bers of -the different Methodist Episcopal
Churches included within the intend.l work. I
'lnglimits of the Society, were elected. Rav
ing drily organised, we at once placed two
active, zealous missionaries In the field, Rev.
James liollingshead and Rem. Warner
' Long, who have been untiring in their
ends to promote the spiritual welfare , of
of the unfortunate among us and their suc
cess been truly gratifying. The Gospel- has
been carried to those, who, from force of etc
cumstances, or from utter indi ff erence to i
• their souls , salvation, had previously been de.
prived of its sacred influence, and many
deathless souls have, 'through this medium.
been made glad by drinking its the fount of
• "living water." Twelve hundred and eighty,
two missionary visits have been made. Three
hondreciand eighty-four 'thousand and forty.
three pages of tracts have been distrient,
besides other religious reading matter,
and none but our Father in Heaven can
ever know of the wonderful effects of these
missions In desolate homes, telling of My and
-peitee to the grief Stricken ..heart; and promi
ses of good to thebeilever.
- Through the instrumentality of the 'Dorcas
'Society formed (threemontbs 'since) in can
na:aloe with the Ladles': Home Mission, the
necessities of the indigent - as far as means
would plermit, have. been relieved. Ono hun
dred and thOty.two artieleff of Clothing-have
• been diStritinted, through. Which agency the
,hearte Of many ttrokeeltjtached, who oth
," entiseetould have been careless in regard - to
their eternal happiness.
Teourfriends, wheel' theiMilie.ral donations
hare „assisted:twill carrying , ex this great
work, we tender our sincere thanks. and
though you may riot be, permitted to behold
the complete results of your kind beneficence
in this life, when it is said, "Well done, thou
geed 'and faithful s ervant , - enter thou into
Om joy of thy _Lord, then asit.,.you see and
- be satisfied.. WO have worked together pleste,
anti,' for the pest year; sequsdutances
been made and friendships formed, which,
Zaftig root been for this Sodety, in all maw_
• tally would never have been and new, at the
close of Meyer, all are found in their places.
with tint one exception.: The brightest and.
. happiest face Of, our: number is • missing.
...Mrs. ;Annie Collard, - formerly our most
'ortScient Treasurer, in the morning of life,
• having =shed tho work even her to ,
do, it, was said-to her: It it enough; come up
hlgher.. Truly 'God moves in a ,mysterious
wAy.' , - The lretrospecs of thepartyearbi,wort
is gratifying and encouraging. Our Society is
but in its Infancy, anffirreat results are not to
• bre:OS.oll643n a ±dity:- Mit"frain the success
attending Mir .endesiore 'during the past
' twelve months; we haveermyencouragennent
to continue lathe cense we havemponsed—a
cause t haw welch there is none greater. And
ma y rh
eaen/9M of our Heavenly Father,-
wit h rested upourus this year, crown oar
• labors with success' in,yeers that are to come.
"•sl Mt/ Al , Amccararss, Coraiee,
The treasurer's , mart Of MM. Rev. W.
Day 1 Om, was then.read *by Rev. W. H. Kin.'
llfrs. Rev. W: A. Darfdson in wagtail with •
ZaelleirMowe (AGE.) Missionary Satiety.
mawarr errimer cessou. CollactedbP " •
- Mrs..Rev. W. A. Davidson igloo
Mrs John Oder 90,00
Mrs. J.H. ibibley 19.00
Mrs. S. R. Fulton eV*
Mars. J. Collord 47;00
" " X . klaritan el,oo
Total 'POW ,
• • exrer, ersz.D 41.exe civnoe.
Collected b 7 as po,,Seoo
Idos. ie et
,r 'Mn J. IL lionisoa ... . INAS
Mrs. W. lg. Lowe • 7,00
• Mee. 3 L - Xounts9,2 ....
« Mn. TOutell,.. .. . ..... ... /00
,•:. Mrs: X. J0U1014.. ... . ser.
" ' Miss S. Q. shepti • 26.,75
Col . d-brMr4'ler. E. B. %nyder" , , s
Mts. Bradley mr,o3
.. ' .. Mrs. S. M. Kier ' 110,60
'' ' • .5 . ' - 0 Mrs. Bev. I. B. Ebben. .... . 70,50
. Mrs: R. Boblaso,a. 22,00
' Miss U. _McKee ' 02,50
Contzted ti r y .11.rai "la .T; Slici A irden cs-471--*u. $5700
• TAINITT CECECS
CoUeettd Dv NM
B.,Gre 7 0, er lll e.r.• • •
-• Laois smart cal:tarn,
con etied b . ? , Mrs. W. W. Mair 3103,00
• ATTa. q. W. MOllwatne ' 3,75
bill}4tBd by litre: D.S. Tay10....
, • airs. a:Duncan '
soots CODOION CIICMCh.
COneCtO by aft*. E .TsoY a..
Mrsq4. glair r ti,.,. .,,,. •
Total.. .. • ..... 4 ..... 6 1 °A*
: Callettedby Ura. . .
Tnitioa Fees - "
31s. Warstat. •
Barr. J. Nolllngskeadqs salary
Ray. W. Longs salary
• -*----'" ,- Al.;;-,RMZ,-,50fr
l i alef 64 lf d tteka 1.• '''''' age
Error - • I,E)
Print/Wry EtathilteirYite.. 19,80
Bahl:nem saithattestateesr /5C.051
ate 1011.01f1X4 report of iftselcmaries by Rev.
Itotittp_bead - pf the ' wart done•by blame!
EibiltlP4 honif,yraa then read t.
Sabbatheehool addressee • so
1 Xtinerlde attended • 18
••• - - . .
Tracts distrlbuted; pages 0,443
Sabbath school book: - s .. 153, 84 4
Tills does not Include Bibles, Testaments or
No. of mission classes
" members Molasses I .
rfecesslOns_dnring the year 410
" baothrms . ....,„,e
"..odrgarld teachers • - 47
', ,scholars: • fin
" books in libraries- 4125
¶ Sabbath school advocates taken- MO
" -schilass oonverted. • le
Money raised for carrying on our work, and
for the poor $l,l2La
• . _ .. _
At the Co n otastor, of the reading_ of the re
port... address was delivered.by Bev. G. B.
Snyder, Pastor of Christ's Chrch; In which
ho gave a brief histdry of the rise and pro
gress of home missions. His address was very
interesting, and gave a very clear and Ana
e j ec t...Lauri-sr of the progress of missionl. in
°crafty. The matter was brought home to
t h e panda of all present and the way was
pointed cot by which , surcenld take part in
the home mission movement. At the conclu
sion a nge r retnarkS, the choir, led by lir. G.
Alexander and ss.ConSßrosru. sang the an
them, "But In the last days it ahell come to
An address.waa then dellirered by Bev. C. A.
Holmes upon matters connected with the mis
sionary cause, after which the question wee
taken reporte as -read, which were
Theeleotion of a Board of Managers for the
ensuing year was then taken op and resulted
so►an OP 14/PAOLAII
I...Merin,Street Ogarch.--Mrs: John Grier, Mrs.
Pi..l). Patterson, Mn. J. Hanley, Mrs. B. E.
Fulton, Mn.s G. W. Coffin, Mn. s 3. Shallenber
ger, Airs. Susan Dory, Mrs. E. 841ncli, Miss
Bstiggktd area Ohureh.—Mrs. Iter:Dr. C. A.
Holmes • Mrs.4..Grasier:- Mrs. J. H. Morrison,
Mrs. W. , ft. Lowe, Jo hn Mrs. Ton
tell. Mrs. Otis Sheigierd, Mrs. Mouth,
Mrs. Joseph C. Dickson, Miss P Arab 0. Shop
bard, Miss Ann Elliott, Miss Baia Long, Miss
Chris! ChureA.—Mra R. E. B. Snyder, Mrs.
A. Bradley, Mrs. L. M. Kier, Mrs. J.B . Ebben,
Mrs. R. Robison, Mrs. John Moorhead, Mrs. M.
Pennaylvcrata Auenue.—Mrs. hey. J. A. Mil
ler, Mrs. Thos. Snowden,
Mrs. J. McCune Mrs.
Jno. Murphy, Mrs. Jno. Sergeant, Ansa Danny
Trinity Church—Hire. Rev. W. B, Watkins,
Bra. J. Paleley,, the. J. S. reining t Ma. B.
Ames ChopeL—Mrs. Sarah J. Getty. -
A.Doxology was Maiming by the congrega
tion, after which the benediction was pro
nound. and the coiner, egatlon'dhituissed.
We cannot toplafghly command the efficient
seroloes of the Lady - officers of the Board of
Managers during the put year. Their labors
Dave been gratuitous and arduous, and they
have acquitted themselves well. Especially
is the cause Indebted to Miss Mary Hannifin,
-Recording geerteary for her Indefatigable and
Swindling Oneistios NA= Defraddett
out et Two Hundred Dolts w.
The Allegheny night police, arrested three
men on Monday night, under the following
circumstances: it appears that on Monday
forenoon, two strangers visited Troy Hill, Re.
serve towniditp, and entered Lonsdale's grave
yawl, of which Mr. Frederick Sanders Is Sn.
perintendent, and engaged with him Ina
lengtbe eontereatiOn. They stated that they
were In search of the romance pf a friend who
bad arrived In this country - some eighteen
months ago, from Gecemay, and taking sick
had died; that they had bgen to a number of
cemeteries and had failed in :ending the re. I
mains. Mr. Sanders could give theta no infor
mation about the matter, and the two were
about leaving, when:a third party made . .
appearance, and stated, in French, theta man.,
named Miller had strindled him out of a vain
•abie gold watch, and he bad been endeavoring
tollnd his whereabouts, but failed. He had a
quantity of jewelry with him, and wished to
Heave it fuMr. Sander's care until he returned •
, from New York, whither ho was going to pro
ours a lot of goods, which had been consigned
to him by a arm in Europe, and 'which, he al- t
lege& was doled in the Custom House there.
Mr. S. declined to take charge of the artielea,
when the individual displayed two watches,
which he said were gold. One aline parties
gist mentioned examined the , time pieces,
and proposed to purchase one of them, offer
, tug three hundred and twenty-Ore dollars for
it. He representol.himaelf as a clothier, do. • •
leg business on Marketstreet Wills city, and
requested the would be 'salesman accom
; pany him and he would opus money.
Thtethe latter refused to doodlegthat the
watch had been given to him by his mother, ,
, and ho would not part with it for double the
amount atom& The jeweler then exhibited
a nemberof gobleta, spoons, forks, to., widen
ho pronounced to be silver. These he pro.
posed to leave with Mr. Senders, (together
with the Watches), provided he (Sanders)
would lend him three hundred dollars f o r
irteert days. After a farther parley, Mr. S.
consented M. let him have all thespare funds
I belied on hand, (amounting to two hundred
and ten dollars,) which was icernaeed by one
the.others-of, the company, ..kindly volun
tearing &loan or Ofty dollars. The stock to
tradawaathen. , traasterrec; to the possession
of Mr. Sanders, who forked over the amount ,
stated, asidtkAtio Appalled in company.
Several hours had elapsedere the grave.lig
gei-ttuapeatedthathaltsid been swindled, but
calling upon a jeweler be as surprised to
1• learn that they were "bogus,' and uunlpara
r tively worthless. Sanders repaired to the Ai
. legheny Mayor's Office In the evening, and
Captain Sfelielvy thereupon detailed Officers
Bowden, Sarber. McCain and Green, to trace
out the guilty parties.. At tent:P.:dock Monday
night, they proceeded to Schloss' boarding
house, Ho, Iffe, Second area t, inth is city, where
they fontiff the guilty trio in 'bed. They were
conducted to the tombs, locked up for the
night, and on Tuesday morning, although do.
j e.trai g nPw e e r rel i ttirt a tiV.Vgg ° _,___= l :lr Pe;
dining to proseeuted when valuer. Bowden
'.and Barber cerveda ws ''tunt upon them, based
upon an information made by the son of Mr.
Sanders, charging them with obtaining money
under faille pretenses. , . Upon this Information
they were again consigned to the tombs, where
they now are awaiting a hearing.
The parties are Haceess, end formerly re
sided on' John% street in Clnalimati, Ohio.
From certain documents foand-1n -their pos
cessio it is present m. have
a cons iderabl e dentin ftisvillis and
afintermedlate points. Captain MeHelvy and
the Officers Under tilm, deserve. =edit for the
energy'dlsplayed in treeing out the guilty par
• 4.1.: .
fnrATAl,3iit• Fem me American Cousin
Ames f ell Mumma - Arm .night, Wes Julia
Defy and tarn Egan "atmelit - lit;As the promt
lienheharaeters.. :To-MOAB, while Prescated
ler-tlie third tune, -the performance concht4-
Inrwithltie.haenntaWfittlielr,Jer the Wreck
• ,- OPLlA , Movals. era. • eerie would
(maw at all. places. and under all annum-
Stances: , -rWe dropped in , at- -the .Opers Rouse
last night, and were-pleased to ace it en well
filled. Tonight she appears again in the
Megan g Gamed:slot Our AlMlN'imin,Cotudn,as
soited Henry Hawk as Ma Trencbard. The
g ertormances wilt conclude Arrab NO
Yzasosays--Itial LuoNle 'Western arrived in
the city yesterday igyeining, • :Ail the ,
either of the theatgrer
bail - tali of Mb Sttranartgibok ittidSaltder Compa
ny cornea, off ..,toonorrow night. Keep it In
mind . .. ,, '
GrayAssen,,The Gymnasium was well pat: :
ionited last night," asualre' understan
:the performancee were of the. ou r
most ta ,eugagna tisfacto• mt
'ry nature.' We r!!; that
were of such a =Urea& precluded the possi s
'Dare Alroucts• RIAD?' 11
. *Eolcits. New
TOOL- DickintsgeraldOP . • •
is a 3144,1#upw.ticf ado gi 55 5 1 tatetta•
airing Laden for rapid Calcidatkrns of Aggre
gate ref nes;zwages, Wattles; beard, interest
money, timber, plank, Weal, wood and land
'-ntelgureinatas„ withefatiations of the prop
er method* of recto g them and simple
rules far ntensuring land. ffilaie - tables are
all original, and render the work complete
and allikat.ootdd be desired. • •
• tarsals by U. Meer, Fifth street, next door
to Um Fart - -
TMDiaarnrinat gramme Lzrrza Warrant kelng
~ -1 1 L comp &i And complete. guide and as
'titular for tboed who desire to carry on all
Epitolary, .Correepondence. New York.
Dick St Fitzgerald.
.411 . 2glanN,I1 1 "dp.rt =AIM=
to present.he presen style at letter-writing and
contain a large collection of
the - simplest xuatterz of NU,modefletters
and, adapted to
411 agts Mal Condition . FOr sale by 11. - Miner. -
"Oen Yoga° FoLas„" (tor Marco,' la
steadily growing in popularity, is just ottt, and
can he awl of w. b. (ilidenfenny, NO. 45 nub
street, near Wood.
Heavy Rabbem,Twer /Hundred and
UOUslrs , alkdela.
Q -Monday . nigbt.. at a late hour, mark
yreose .. name_ was Oren to us Se Oast: retired
tantinutis tiara' btVittifr Thiel, NO. 4 et.
Joinnymskinond,leirring swo hundred and
l 'arry &Mari hi!leekteht 9ll, i' ProtalikW7
E n gel= P ..Y . r1VC.24 , 7 mu "
oquont slept RI% uto &h u t usug l4 l : .
terday morning, hua'.ximn alaing, found the
COLI tenth of his ooeirers The. Donee were
RIAU ' Tierli t t h il l arg 124 c :lgir °Dk ° r
5 3 4 60
S 3O A3
ilaiialarr Le - Ikg..-qtt. a laic bow
•A ni n onan .aican i n_l i a c h ea t a w ra te ke m arl r a ; a ps yr v i a eat a ar v iaz
on Beavmstraat,abOva;-NOrth VIMIZIOn.Za
and Ward, Allegilenn antare4 burg..
•lara-t: The- e11itE111160 , 1 , 6 1 6- *rectal' przorigna
oPen 400 r, r WO budding, anu
mat-Maar* ca off theoonapnia.
Willa este aluntmt; watch they succeeded la
diSlag.:`,;',Alataag •.T.Waltit g i latlkea was
• Tate unlfinDer
_of Data other-teed;
No:One .to 00 Palm rams. • -
..-• Judas .flateabdieusi,j76 .art, amaed to
: learn that the Rested° , dolor teens?
• -.8091V , be - tepeet o : ai letbet those - who'
trareisotniOrtnnatealt topentile toile prow
othero tarnist r wilkobw have an
opportunity eveowing met calibrates
Oratorio, We wilt doe notice et the time
a$ which is will COW o . t, •
ti ot ,
Mlle Apnea Brand..rouogong - t*. ROBINSON, SteCLEAN & CO.,
L' Ailen - ' th
& earomintion :iii the 'County Jail
since the] Sith of December last, the case of 1 Bankers and Brokers,
Mrsairevin was brought to a close chit even. , No. 75 Fourth Street. filtsburgh,
log- The result, as .ir be seen, is that no 1-, _ . , ~ •.- -. ; , , i
gep t etartif a poisonous nature was found in the
stomach of Mr. Nevin, De tt e" d til iz lv a t i r i rtilearre " ttistirti t o w4"n tes, YoTeign ° _ ‘"
I and Domestic Exchange, cle., etc., ere.
The err held an adjourned meeting to con- I te Miiwlt= l ,7g: o l4,=."%zzr.7.lll
elude their inquest last evening at the Slayer's in all parts of the Called states on most favorable
I PRO. SEIX C. ,17.1.503141 TICSTIVOS T. • the busle:st at 4;1 Ittai. o gl:l . :l44=asZ
The most important evidence was that of and Pittsburgh Brokers' &cards strictly on meads-
Prof. Jillson,of the Western University. Be- • moil.
fug swore, be testified aa follows: About two ..I,,,tir*"4.l'.,llLeroCLlEtWaiSSUM°.s.NCriewDYi'arkrrj. ite.WrESIRE
i weeks ego I received a Jut
_winch was said to rifirg: 1 ,........ .
contain part of a human buoy, which the Cm ,
otter requested me to analyze; took the jar,
opened it, and found It to contain most of the
abdominal viscera and a part of the thoracic
viscera; drat examined the parts care - rally to
: see if there was any change, but they were so
much decomposed that I was unable to tell
whether any change from decomposition or
other causes had taken plamn - nertleed a large
number of black specks, about half a dozen,
; perhaps, which I remOred by forceps, and ‘ pla-
rod in water, and they spread oat, having the
appearance of paper. Loon examining them
Iwith a microscope, I found thermic, be small •
tr:l°` .. s k'onii . eintfo'll'iNha L o g! y h ' illn
length. On examining these with a micros.
' cope I found them to be human, and of sandy'
orreddish line. I therefore, conaluded that
they were parts of the subject (body) which •
had become mixed with the viscera while the
body - wits being exhumed. I tint selected for
chemical analysis the stomach and mall ni
-1 testines, and, after a careful analysis, 1 detect
' ed nothing of a poisonous character; I next
, took a part of the rectum and, after a careful
chemical analysts, detected nothing of a poi:
sonons character. I then made a third aunty-
MY,' taking parts of the liver, spleen, lungs,
and a small quantity of the blood, and made a
chemical analysis, and discovered no poison;
I therefore made an analysis of the lungs, .to
I mach liver, spleen, blood and small intestines,
I and discovered nottungOt a poisonous nattire.
IMy examination was not to discover any pate
tbarriZzo:soann&itnawim.ivcomndencted acc an o a rdi , ei r g uld o
have discovered any Inorganic substantial' in
I the remains. I found no trace whatever of any
poison lathe WO.
Da. W.W. DlilaNT , ll rzartaroxy.
Dr. Denny sworn—Was called on to attend.
John Nevin; was Called by Mr. Richard Stubbs,
an the 7th of October last; Anted him vomit
ing; ballad nausea, burning sanitation In the
Itomach, and coldness of the. extremities;
there wawa prostrate condition Of the system.
and I did not form airy definite - Opinion an to
the distralle, but I inferred -that it was an a
-1 fectian of &typhoid abaracterihe had been In
1 the army and lefOrmed me that he bad been
unwell for some time; he had been aick four
weeks when I waS caned 10 see - him. Some of.
the symptoms were those Of poison. Arsenio
would produce most Of the Symptoms; saw no
symptoms of poison outside of those exhib
ited by the patient. His attendanta were very
kind and everything !ling_ seemed harmonious in
the family. His wife wand:gnerally pres
ent through the day, administered
the medicine. Attended thopatienteight days
—up tp the day before his death.. The sp
tomtellescribed increase:din severity up to ot the
time Of Ids death. I remarked to his wile that
there were one or doomedicines which, if
i given in too large_ would create the
( symptoms described. I did not name the
1 meddcines, brit had reference to arsenic and
antimOny. elf,medes I admialatered I
laralabeil m rand did not write any pre
ecriptiona There were no symptoms of era.
Um al/parent on the bodyOf the deceased.
Alter short consultation the jury returned a
I verdict setting forth that the deceased, John
I L. Nevin, came to his death on the lath day of
Cher last from natural causes, and the ynry
recommend that Mrs. Mau Nevin he Immedf
y discharipxl from custody
To discharge Mrs. Nevin it Will be necessary
to bring her before the Court, as she has been
dnally_committed to answerthechargc of nine.
der. Beyond all doaot the woman be innocent
of the - Charge made against her. The infer.
=Lion made by Mrs. Margaretha Avery, the
proseentrix,_was doubtless entered with a full
belief that Nevin bad been poisoned by tun
wife as-she bad threatenedito do so repeated
ly, if Mrs. Avery teatilled truthfully. Mrs.
Nevin will probably' be discharged today,
from list December.
InsisteriaL-tjadging from appearances and
feelings last night, there will bo good stating
to-day. In conversation with the Meagher
Brothers last evening, they assured us that
if the weather continued as cold as It was
lasi evening, they will certainly appear
upon Central Park this afternoon and
evening. Feel your own pulses this morning,
and you will be able to tell whether or not
Mara will be skating to-day.
Practical Phllantlrapy.—A' collection
was yesterday taken up at the Fort Fitt Foun
dry, for the benefit of the clatterer* at the Pros
pect street film and the result was $100.75 wan
collected for their relief. Such philanthropy
needs no comment.
Rave yroyed, MOM the Mu,' inaptly experiene• an en
ti Success, simple, of trndeollattim Tim, are
the only median. oe:notify adapted to popular ut •
—GO simple that m istake. cannot be mode In using
therm sobarmies• is to be fret from dthger, and so
ancient a n to be alwat* relible.
ito I cures FEVERS, Congestions, :Inflamma
2 WOllllll, Worm Teter, C01ic..., ....
• • CRYING COLIC, or Teething of In
4 • 1/11.11RilEtt of children or adult... 15
• •• DEBENTERY, Orlon)* and Bilious
e erti4,loloA sfoßutis: Ratite.-
7 • • Culto 11S, Cold., Bronchitis 22
II • • IS ICURALOI A, Toothache, Face.
A 9 EA DA ORE, dick !tendert., .... 21
o • • DYSPEPSIA, : Billions Stomach..... 25
It • • SUPPRESSED, scanty and painful
Z " LE tleuiclithr.A, or Whites
13 " CROUP, Bomar. onugh
14 •• SALT E11E4191, Erysipelas, Entp SS
PVIYIT A Z T .-41, M. AVVEX " TITA P V:11 n
it • • erLES, Internal or externai ...... LO
•• 0ET1111.221r, tore, Inflamed eyes.. 40
to •• CAT ARRU. some or chronic, litho -
•• WR ra OOPIN e ti EOUtin, stumModio
11 •• ASTII3II. oppressed
22 •• EAR UUlCttAßliiC.9,lmpalred brar- to
2 DITAY, enlarge.' shards.. 30
14 GENEITIL EDDLAIrr,
Wealtnesa r .....
3 ••• DROPSY and board) . Seoretlon to
*. BEA SICKNESS, or sickness from
St. .• 25.1LINLAr DISJEAJeIS,-Oravel VS
. •. NERVOUS DZBILITY, sea:dual
• •• WILK 111117117 Cduskir
lb •• intiNARY L QN2I2.II2NCIT.
Ii PAINFUL 100 d. even .with
v* rfi t rafiliGrainie of Leto. .. IW
• Id ."` EPILZPSY,Spums, tit. Muer Din
rirrurzitu, ulcerated mare throat Ife
Can of Lilac to moroaco...aae wed book rem
-85 Vii iiill; . •eW •• • "
or =lure v=l l . Dea l in ease god book 0)
Dam of 10 boon ( lio. told) and book. . IF
Corner orltourek and Market einem
Betriolt trOtet, cor;er Of the q me
jlia . ta n tsb . , B.
zoM. A vlanTg i o ir lAtfialfral edrect i
.117:aand r intt lairket larva, rictithirt' surges °
COUGH BALIIA.II b .
warranted to Ye We only pre- 0
agc: known to ewe r
C 4'llot 0 4 1 " A - r 1.1 .0
110*. Pro=arad ' Omar. • 11.4-3 -
111 1 1filt r b e rtnitratlio71- Al ORE
EVlVAllar.4 l `irti
tams of Um 'Moat and Longo for Oslo b
B. L ia rLtallta CV..
Du. STEICILLANIPS PILE untt.
jcp_r_haa CUBED thou, ;
..,777 - 7 - 7. xr- •
litap r STI - D " LizTiliziti -, c u ES E
11. greed teratedtatar ' - -
relief, sad effects a penal-
:seat care. It directly. , F 0 R
It Is treatreatalotare. •
per bot h ' PILE prnig"'"S'
le. . 1
. - • -...
, .: t , It. Z. • T r" ...It li.
Mir/ a - • - ' ' • WUOLZSAI.II•Artate.
DYSPEIPSIL ....Dr. Strickland',
TONIC), VA, ixrneens• - --.,-----,•, ,
:sl ed = Rai l:U r l el tr- - \
.11/ / ; \
seine _slut earmthattve V? /C, 4 0 . ,
strengthen the. tc p ano• ~,
UM 44.11/.4144 / ill SIM , -
tan rie u tor 114 iCD ~, 1
Olt In O4, 41,0911.•
0. 4 , t .
o .o b r i _ ixotzt • ,
casniar. , a \ 4 ). . (3/
tll 31: tgrao 111 a I tb MAIM x /
particularly atilledfor weak. . ..
nelleee end drePentle Pet`
lobo. i ror sat by .31 dr i ir -
Etat evervwhere at 51 rh0..... i , co
• . . .
P. SELLERS , ~
eed:l 5 WnotatneLs AClnnve.
'FIRITArIrEO I S
Olv i ajto a knowledge . ... F . sequired i by Physt.
Sian& y Wog resident* in salty: nod tbs amount
of Ws treated annual yby the, ars sofdclent
P SY aWYNCUtidAi or 114=0 Weaknew and
t , , are 7 eas y ' lump .
the plop. All letrcr., ntu 10..1000010
eas, FirTAm Mn or
oa4l J. W. 111fAstennitiP, N.D.lf. D.
AM/9 n0x.,04 Pittsburgh,
favor 233 P.M; STREET. uev Mud
ler the earn of all atomise or yellow worn lo
t fr ntit i teli w, t. to Attitif &ra .
_VP t t a t r e l! V, etre=
Meows alba emits) ortiotio tuait untr prompt:llion
Core warrantee or motto reDinded.
0510 bolus.? to lAnr.,,tin to 2, an4Vto elf. 0.
adelreas linters Fenn *Men SlOi 1
I LONIfi b, LANE,
MU ARTISTS AND DOUSE' PAINTERS.
001 3111111VIELD 81., rITTSBUIIUH.
n l :l l B 3 l. ll .7 4 al li all . gads *meta tftt: pron . Fatl7 4 4 in
ralitiltl Stour oti — hitt payer at all
colors, and UM ao•tr i lagui, mule to - order and
Paintlog done. with • lewd lo t;1111
- 1111119174) . Of color; had wratueh. Ur.
q!-mt work at reaumatila rates.
vprwulAys Tr - Dittowir,
notnig - uto ads EllOrbra,
North tut corm. of Tistr4 wad Martin tends.
.t•n r rea vs a;zi
FINANCE AN4 -TRADE
COB M[o BY soatareox, Wcts.aa 8 co., 75,
O. S. R3=111317.0 •
Par. Bid. Ask d Lad Sdfdi
00 104 2.3 104 00
. /MU 103 DI 100 23
• 'C I le 73103 03
1 1 403.413 - 8100
BM 09 59 'OSLO
U. S. Sizes. MI..
U. S. &Ors .....
V. b. 7.4101
a. 1.0-WA, •
U. 9. Cert Manes
P. F.W. &C. R. R.• 100 00 WOO 117.0) 89 03- 91 60
elevelAntr.l4Plite...ll:o CO 761X1 79 00 751 CO
Allegheny Volley.: GO CO 44., 1C24 14 - 26
Allegheny & Manch 6000
Mew& Otennenv , le LO 00 673 OIV 660 1 W
?ennui retell 60 W 64 50 64 76 64 75
60 I* 960 973 8 60• e
Bank.Pi 60 Lo. WOO . 01 6060. 61 00
VlTstlistl al • 10000 1150 01 150 03
Second Na 10na1....1C0 CO 1.91 OD 173 0) 13500
Third Drat mai ..... 10000 131 —ll2OO
x1 ...1 0 0 1 11700 1 60 00
161. a 61.Natleual... 50 01 5000 la 00 O3
Exchanali Nalloall al 03 taw 06 ai 06 03
Nat 00 to 70 4XI
Iron city National. 50 01 70 63 00 151 79 50
ti i i i =1=11:110 1 101 a 0 57
eaoplea , Natlonal..lo3 00 UM CO ICII 50 100 00
Fanners' Deposit-100 00 150 CO
0111r.ensIistMaal.. 50 CO 90 03 91 00 90 75
Garman Natlopal...loo 00 100 00 165 00 160 00
Tradeamat9 , lCat...lo3 CO 150 CO 126 03 120 10
b P ec a n l a A ( l i Ae t g ) .g a .. t . . l o o ) O O =—
Werrni lS 7 l 23o
:6000 - Co; -
Baa 25 --- 93 00 -
60 00 63
urea, ...... ........ 60 CO
a Iderchnits.. 25 00
Pesu= ".... l:3 4600 fo l to" IS
ell - Cabaret 00 C. 3 Co
.•• . 40 03
• 24 00
Western... .... : . .
German-- ..... ....100 00
• . 11111/XIS. • ~
1111011ne100m.... .... 25 GO
Titostd 111re,t o 3 oo
r 4 d 3 17 - :: 7 2 2 L ''°' 2
_ ._ "1444..: 10- -
filn o ansiom........ z 0 xi oo r
Go Go G a . _
g01urb14 : ...... ........ 21 25 )1 24 24 TS
Etlu 1 g
142t2ir.:*:: 1 41' 163 2 m 122
= a ood— 110 w
M. La n e . t.C.B. I GOO
O 40 75 • 20
troton Lubrlc. 100 v. Go ~.5
600 ./. 11 - 03 , . 21
Ter..9Ds.rjeb. 20, 114131
Gold remains heavy, with intle demand for
custom duties, and no opt enlative moverdent.•
Governments interoved onid-fountli under fro
rumble steamer news. • The general tone of
the New York market le weaker, with a de...-
cline in llallway.shares, and rather less host,
nese at the oil board. Seller's option ate more
frequent than a week store.
The Pittsburgh stack market is quiet, with
a limited inquiry for any class of shares. Gov
ernmenta are scarce In Oda market, and we.
quote them one-fourth per cant higher than
current New York rates. Private telegrams
from New York oil board report as follows:
Pitnole, 11.)64; (a decline) ratted • States,
1644; 011 Creek, 4% tilenneholf. 15%.
No new organizations under rho national
banking system oeenireil during last week.
The whole number now stands at 1630, with au
aggregate capital of $407,e50,209. The amount
of circulation Issued to the national tardes
during the last week reaches $1,780,995; pre
-41313,116,3110--total, ig131,902.275.. No new
banks have been made depositories of the pub
lic money dnring the week.
—Sale of Stocks, Tuesday evening, February
20th, at Commercial Sales Rooms, 104 Smith
field street, by A. Mcllwainet Auctioneer: .
Bank of Pittsburgh. 08 Pd
Exchange National (1254
Mechanics do do 72 2 23
M d If do do 61
Pittsburgh Gas Comp./7 74 151
00 per annum
ground rent, No. 90
Wood street • 010 00
—The following are the total receipts of In
ternal revenue for the years mentioned :
lent 1141.003 . 192 93
1861 117,145, 7 48 Ul
—The reeetrita from onstotas all the—font
principal ports of the United States elbring
the period stated below were ea follows
New Tork,trcurelat to 1011. 41,0'VP..ligerAg a l L m
Boston, fromlitt to adi .
Philmlelphia,tem ist to 131 b, Sta n
Baltimore, from ist to 18th, • ..t
—nom P. E. Spinner, United , hates, Treas
urer, decides that aU warrant; drawn against
the GorernmentZnitler • gi4ole,'*lll. in fatale
be paid entirely in mush, and that quarter
maatere chocks, under 45000, will alsolbe en
tirely liquidated, All , otbensysill be paid One,.
half in cash. and the roman:ldes la certifi
cates. Inasmuch as the intereston temporary
deposits boa been :lowered from six to Ave
per cent, it is confidently bellesuid that-this
will have a tendeawy to bring Ortieraties. of
indebtedness upto par.
—A dispatch Mira Wastlingtote Oates .that
the [louse Committee on Banking will irmlsork
in favorer adopting Isonlepcslie9.;-rheresbY the
Nationalitankolll. be ,0010Paleal o
. change .
the present syOtem of , allowing egad bltiltelo
bold interest-beiiisig - legaddender nett= ler
the redemption- of their liabilities. This
course will compel the NatiOnal psalm to .gur- .
render the interest.beariuglegaMender noise,
and substitute legal-tenders. Tele will be the
first move toward a eantractiai 01 theenr•
—The enancialand stock,Jobbingtmunnunity.
are consideribly'exetnithollisM to Am probable
course Congress may adopt with :septet fettle'
funding bill. ao ion heading belle tt..Thu
prevailing opinion fs that the bill will be
adopted in Inbiltantially the form reported by
the Rouse, but that it will not be taken. utiby
'.Congress for probably 110041,weeki,or at least
until the bankrupt bill has,- been dbliesed.'o
It is understood to be the fntentiaii•nr thefiee
rotary of the Treasury, if authorized te. mega
tiote a forclim Joan, noneavail himself ofthe
authority co lo'ig as the Koine market respond
to at, profs:esti. however a fending bill may
be framed, the public securities (Atha nation
will take their awn course. and. BIM all trans'
ferable stocks; stay at heath or go abroad; as
the eggencles of commerce and - the view's:lf
eahltalists may demand. 411 the Government
loans thus fat•-iinad , batm -been designed for
the home market yet these bonds, to the tune ,
of some 4100,000 have already found their ,
way to the great' sander centres of Maim.,
and if we may believe the London gthers,have
absorbed Such a largo proportion of the active
business capital' or Great Britain, 'as pro-';
duce a. money aisle anions the thmutarclill=
Classes, and iMnanp flier dbfehaut Mos ot the
Bank Of England to 0 pert/int, • The hotethat
these - sKrutitlia 'lave bowmen° 01,y,111*.i.:
' geminated. is gratifying to our. nahlintl ride ;
in one respect. , -It .showe abigtercoulth=ea •
in the permanency and credit OrOtir Onviarn=,
meat, even among those whiti.:arli irvermattlY
to deers our lestituttelia ; •
—The New York banks do not Seem 4Lspinieh
to yield the point with Treasurer Optnaar, on
the "subject of taxing comm on
thlnk, in *malty and COMM= sense, the banks
I are right in thispoeition they hive taken,that
the tam &police only to the nett depPditn,ltnd
nOM the Aggregate Of. aisch day, though, Mt ,
cording to the literal reading of the law, the
the Treasurer la untitled ie. taxing the larger
aamount_` The New Torkhanks; number. ,
Of forty•two met In convention on Yrhilly, and
EpOintedli einuttlittee, ' consisting of:Messrs,
oeiflitig,autt ' Yertullyeito wilt %Ten the
rotary o f the to or:mania refer-
eat of theof....TthasUry-lipinneri or."
fatting 'in th at ;moose, to make applielitlOn
10,06404 M tbrnioleskow.tleilnition of the lan, .
The Conannttne' are antborized to essortate
with them a Mosher .00mmittee from Beaton ,
and this city. Title referetese of the matter In
difference to the courts, or what la probably'
better, to Congrem, is the wise course :to par.
sue, and should bare been resorted to before
tbs. present angry oontroyersy had been pro;
voNed. - The'Phibidelphia-banks will rthliblY ,
Join their delegates' reprientatives o those.
of New Tort end Boston.,-Phfie. - ledger,
BaltDesert eon* Iflirket. i:s-U'.` .
IiLLTIMOII2 Feb. /T.—A.—fat?, busluelel Ilse'
been done In during:the past weetc, at fall'
prices, -and the nuirltat .. closet strong:. 1601n*
dal la Me dales were 1200 bagedameget 1110 at
.on barlrAdelatdo:Peadergast,st sue on,. at.
1A6020,10 per-100 Ms, corn:amyl 300 bagt.•
grade do at 201021ric, , cure nn logo bags
common do at.l33jle gold; loop begs v iene4l..
and prime do, resales out °roar/sows of - UM."
neckand lapwing at elgto, fd, and Mee ,
ex•eldp Grey Eagle at 7.15 ,'‘gela.:lo,;b4o ..
StOeirin dna and second . antis ii rAr ...
gigrra Is Quiet 1104: Zepplftel at .
uld Jitvit atisatft . igoll3;', 8 0 P10 1 1 7;
Ilea. . •,'. .. .. ~.p.ll.'el `.
, . . ~.
Pinc.mmitirA; Tetaill.Thate 'IS notrirgooh
mlovarseedinziforrwaritoott.lio IhE N Tell .
prime'r smut o „Small BAIN of_ _ aq_
at 07 6 1891.fift. fleh-:,1 1 4 Ms. T
steady at . ales of laxseed at
yet bneh. ..
There Is very Mu° 'llimaxict for rill ;and:
Gaya,l the absence of, Wes we Continue 109Slote:
l In for 00 0n . row mid. Pella red, ; ....4,
far whitof_ Errt noir.ve4 totottitt 1190.
re ealtleiliararardel l cllaatatir.
sales of 93001 hash . yellow at ... , 00, a re.
hold firmly at +Voral. ~ In bailer: and= t no.
ohmage. • ::. •-- ' •!...,- ''... -.- -,`
ALIMULYW. ISTAXIOII4.,, ljat
1 , 41 ,1 11 ,
mtg. TArsute47*. /e; , To ; 4;
,Tenktusanyi 'iruerL. "- WlVZOrtl'
RegtV;lll,7o orister li vi d
payer".„, limehart; -Ali PAPert
Co; la pkge trams, .7 102$1;r11,
~z,; : mar.. ~` ~ ..,~.;:. ~ ~.: ~.::,~ . ,t'.• :~~,,., .e..s__ _ .....~.,>. c, ...,._ F.,, . _..,... ~.
9751311 sapPrrEntrass Gazierri.
. • .'4"Xxvi/anr,,1et.. , "31, sss
There pas been no new characiaties In the
produeetillaegetaltp4arracthy of special no
tice. With the exceptiori of supplying the
trade, there IS no demand for any of the lead
ing commodities, and round lot operations
Laps become very Wire adinte. Both retailers
and consumers are restricting their purchases
as much as possible, and our wholesale deal.;
ers, although satisfied with very meagre pre
lim, and, in many cases, willing to stunaht
loss, find It Impossible to trade.
GRAIN—No demand—market excessively
dulL Prime to choice Red Wheat is held at
61,901612,011 Oats dull but without quotable .
change; sales on track at 41012, and from store
at .466648 Cern is quiet with a moderate local
demand . ; sale of 800 busli,urEars, at 65. Prime
Parma. Byesslxt demand 51.75. Barley is dull '
and nominally unchanged.
, - PLOUlt4seteedy tyl - th..a lair local &emend
to choice egtosprintr,' and - 610 to 61054 for fair
brands of Winter Wheat. Sale of lm
Was, ipone lot, at, $lO%, aral.7s blile tat $ B 4 to
610,40.. Bye Flour is quoted 'nonitnally at $l,
to V3iPekbhL Bales of Buckwheat reported
at 66 per bbl.
PROVISIO/18—Bacon is qtuetanduttehanged
at 15 ter - Shoulders: 18 for Ribbed Sides; and
23140124 lb* Sugar Cured Hams. Lard is selling
at It to 17 for country, and 18 fOr prime kettle
rendered., Ideas Pink and Bulk Beats—noth
SEEDS—SmaII sales from store at $7 to eV%
tor' Clover, And for Timothy. Sale
of 85 bush /lax at .
BUTTER—Is coming pretty freely, but, as
yet, peed,' exe suldained—eales at prime to
choice Bollreported at
EGO ea reported at.8.563a
CHEFS of Hamburg at 21 cents and
Goshen at . ' •
BEANS— very Esi local demand, and we
can report es at 75 to $2 per bush.
POTATOES—Unc ged—regular sales from
store at 111 , 01,20 1 per bush, and WO*: per
Orrral - 01L—No Lard al iir se at il 4 0 . at 61,65. •
APPLES—Quiet, and a ri me but
b arrel, ea; sales of good to prime at 1iN17,00 Per
8080HTIM—Is selling at from 70 to Ho
gal to q
SALT—Is eery dull
but nominally unchanged
—holders are asking $1,8502,70 by the car
load. _ _
iitial=—Dull but undimmed—sale* at Ile
to tbe tradoand 3 , 7 (03% In small lots.
DRIED FlWlT—Tbere Is al:atria:al demand
for Apples, with vales at la to 1150 par pound.
Peaches quoted dull at le to Ple, for quarter*
Dana 0/ Tau Pineal:most GAL - arra
TIIMMAT, Feb. Yo, we,.
CRUDE—There was but a single operation
ittCrvide today that.we could hear ot, 100 bbls
at Ds ibis included; and wd 'give DOA bbls re
turned, and 244rD, bbls included, as the
rates; on the spot.' Per future delivery, there
U not mah 'doing at present, though there
are plenty of rumomof ellen to buy and sell
'Mtge amounts to be deliver6l on the' opening
of navigation, but they are so Contitating as to
be deemed unreliably, and we, consequently,
omit particulars. The indications are
garded as Womble for en early resumption
l of navigation - betWern' hire and Oil City,
though as yet the Allegheny is still frozen
over at that point.
REFINED—There was apparently loss in-
Rfot beaded on today , which , was owing
ally to rather unfavorable advldes from
h telphin. we ve a sale of 200 bbls
petted, on Die spot, to se tOßOsten, at 40 cents
.which is considered above the 'inaritet, en it Is
'said that there arepartles hero willing; to sell
1 at Weal, for immoliate dellvbry, without he
lag able to dna buyers. -Free Oil is and
: nominal at Meet. Deism Radom, Rebew
CO., report having sold SO bbls of their "Spero
I Ltibricater. at Ill,tOper
NAPTRA AND RESIDUUM—There Is some
little inquiry - rot Reeidgabl,-arat Abe market
may he quoted .drni ft% per bbl. No de
mand whateverfor Rapt •
flpectsll3l.lpsteb to the Pllttbarigh Bouid of Trade.
entoano, February al, tre.d.
•Ftona—Steady and unchanged.
Oaats—Wheat, flint, at SW% for No. 1
Spring. COrtt nominal at at Oats steady at 19
for . No. 3, and 41% for No. 1. Eye, to 50.
raoOlBlo3l—Yeas Pork better-1136,0327.00.
Shoulder*, 10X; Men, 1334; Pickled Earns, 1034
e 171.6. 1 e ard,173461734. •
Wstssr—Firm at 32,14
Prraotion—Quoted at alt.
Limes and Woot. unchanged.
pirrainstrx stocKs cm NEW YORK.
Spacial Dlapateh to the Western Pres,
NEW Yong, February 20. 18643.
retrwleuna ntocka were firm and generally
better, 'Fla' eonalderable beeineas at the fol
lowing nitre Brooklyn, 90; . Beonnd Xationat
7501 . Feltner, 410: Venango,37:s Bennehottlibiiii
1040; Bliven,b63; Central, 200; Eicelsku r ,
Germania, 16; HaUdtcm McClintock, 600; Pit
hole Creek, 10,1 St ton Creek, lbat Shade River,
StrAb United Statea,l6,so. •
New Toms, Feb. ralliay market wan
rattferiame at the open board - and stock ex
changeand lower prices were mad e th rough
tint the'llst. After regular call, there was a
firmer feeling generally and prices were a
fraction higher. The market was heavy and
lower at the second regular arid 'last open
board, the decline on some abates being quitq
marked. The following were the Meath/Ai*
cea at 410 p. m., New York Central ,r Erbil
SIN; Birdman Elver, Ire; Reading,'-Michi
gan Southern, diV-; Cleveland and P ttsburgh,
76% Hoek U 14114,106; Northwestern, 27; North
western preferred, 6.46‘. Fort Wayne, stNi.
Governmentaremain'arm With a moderate
demandruid steadier feeli ng on gold bonds.
State bonds were quiet snallrin, The trilscel
lanssnir list: was exalted on Atlantic mall,
With advance of 6 per cent. The -stock *Wt,.
.the extent. of SPX or 4,01X1 shares.„ ,
Thera la a lair demand Tar :all loans L ow the
Stock Exchange, but It was supplied at six per
cent: Gold opened dull, at 1,..%%, but became
firmer; closings*. 1,97%.
OW . York Market.
Nam Your, Febroaryisorcoit—Moro at ,
tlimaad left batter at pre audd Una.
itova- , COMInon limn osilour doll and
. 100, lovam . medium and: good.
r adea steady
with a moderato Inquiry saa.7 75 . for ex-
Ma State.. $8,20118,55 for exam roan boom Ohio'.
and.MXolo,73a far trade brawls, tan =matt
Meting dull at-$5,15 for common.
Wiwilr — Dal I and amainal. - .
flaate=Wbss - ,t dull and lower for common
film blab strp r zu c t 4 t i zo4 gig i togti .
Eire - ) Club /1,07®1,75 for !Tow Amber Milwau
kee, %t i tter an extreme . Corn without do
sided g ear 7lolio for unsound and 76071 t
for s ound - wittad..wastertr In:start and deity.
area.' Oats a little 1117eite at' 2180M30 Moon
sound, andAlifor.scOnlet 'restart.
GitocsAnts dultfor ocundion and drm
for good.. Sugar - quiet 'at 1.1%a for Cuba Mus
covado; Havana, lie. Mobtaties fattiety New
Prnr.m.host—Dnll at 401:30c for Crude and ti
4670 for IteAned: In Bond.
'.i.onstans.-torkiteary and lower, at
B,7li r gfi N oi; J - VairtiViVitt e Mii_ c**°'
Mr Prime smut 'Lc 4,120 . bbbr wow
Starch A p ril A
April and May, sellaWakm,V im:ri,
Am. 'Beef Lamsos at u 1 . Bacon
more aouvo at al jii
_hos VTAbb•d, Myra
laMetCumberian ant and Wonozsbort clear,
sederkt option for , March and dpr11,1170:
o ry ,
Dressed - b 'at .ISMOY/Ma for West
orn and IS tio -far' City. lent Aeoldealy.
blither, at SW' bbis for Slarcb,
'snarls (TB c. Butter steady
'AtIMPiIo fee 0 i OCAtote. Cheeva
Wake, at NOM* zorWommOn to ptime.
`f Now Vellitatilelliiarket.
, , _
NeW.-Yonr, Feb. 4Q,-The ' . furred prices for
the week aces Berg Clatyne-4Plrstquality per
hundred, 111 . 70/8; fair to; gtnd,
-413073,60, nferior, Wait/
Vaaueatmes—Ell nnal tippet 16.,
orninticr, Chßleep MM
common, IO) Warier,
=Le AND tastaarExtry_pnir head. s trt9;
le=o B , 6 S: Common.
I ; intertor;sl,ooes; •
tomtum,zuyi EMT_llld ,--
Thernaritnefor caws is very much gin
- earns as last week.' The au I le, moderato,
antrholtiors :Homo mnority In prevent
ing.", .ireol,- Ott *Pyrites: Tho•pnee
have (talon mieent paittid.• 'nearly all sold at I
. from 12 to lee, but eons° o f the heat brought
more, while the commonest sold down to lOn I
titteepand Lambs were thillend a shade lower
•onpiotut_ey, but sold stAnagit the q notntion s
shore. Hogs ware scarce. - ;
Tho total reerdpia of-all the stook at ell of
the 'far last week were': "Beeves, kW,
Colcseni Veal CalVes, Sheep and Lambe,
• , e - 431 t• tit—What fitlva4pe.4l.34l3;tldang arm at
; for NO.I, said' WOO for No. 2. Corn
Oats dull - • •
raoristoirs—Firm; /this Pork'tid TEUICed 2:41
sulfa at11910.004M7a. Jima ; At AO for lota.
/aril firm at l7lal 3.40. , English Mesta (Met. •
• ,, Ilocte—Aottro and advanced lOrr.icq sale* itt!.
• li i rreontyaOn oDtdee. raitred Bogy
Atrolltrre- , on ,r bush;
:corn; 3,llpDbast..4 L 0441046, 2,loobiad; Dressed
IgioNo,No 4o .' • • • -
• EduestaNternotti, 1,104 _Wet heat., 3,1300
2ilW ' T P / .! 4 i:el• 1 0 .cAOnn,X , 1 10 In active ut
~. terllu r g Evettlutge -. loom netitro,' - and armor,
7:iol .. tri c =t areal cluing*, OPTiati IS .
131 br i iil l tnent SfOlak ' sftebniter. ----
„Teletexts to „Urrpoo co . _ pun) drat.
s Stools betty ; WS. , to•toppupons, 9 0
10:S; 74314 . * merles, 9994 - dd., cra aeries, il
mum:4 6'y Tegi. db. ne triune; 9Tgi Tenn ,
biteSliSO; New Ork.Central, 91,1 Hock Island,
lOg 'FOrt WatTithikit Erie,. 8031 Beading,
Ottehlgatt Southern, (h Illlnojs Ventral,
..,... tAltteharilk, fNetth Wtstlesa, Wet ..1
„,T ..- :,: :‘ithliiillllSSifi illar/LisS;
-, ke1n0T.,,reb... , 1Pe..-1 . 1.0re--Qulet, and
`FIIIIIndt MO* prom; -•
1 ~ stAig; Lit i ti r dzia v t,es
..., 42 ~.d 1 li t e;
• Si Melo. IdibillitilZ.llM 4 ol, at gitle
o,.11; ttl)Se, dim% ii±tFtefor.No. 1
I .s.zrittellssaaa-salm., tuthqn!Oly , Mesa Pork, Is
. 4 "fa ' : 9l g,tg ,
, .........„..... , '1
..) , ,y.t 1t1f ._.,....!” ask ra&
.lailia r - ' ihAar - il I islit s
• . oacer—Thuhstito4or .
.-.. Artszy—Dnii i and prices n ' ; =all
Salim at MClishOUS.
, . COBEMBEON infiß n;
andits eltANTS .A.
- Glerteland Market.
"Gt.sysLAND, Feb. 19.-Qnlet and tiny for hie; i
iimu __ ..
grades. Sales ?. cars amber Michigan at V.,115; , .. • •
IMrNa 2 Shelby red at 41,73. Dorn-Steady '
, NrBANE & A.N.IE slopil
ITERcHANTS and dealers In nova, GRAIN
and in fair request. Sales 7 cars new shelled ,
at 500. Oata-In Moderate _demand bat Irreg. and PRODUCE. Second street, between Wood A rad.
a s laxii
s a itEr a. imerr mw asus
'Mar.. Sales tear at ne; ! ears at 37e; 2 cars tit .04nithfield, Plttsb AniE mgh. _
380115 w No. I from store. Ity&--.Dtill and norm- Th ., ~,,,,, j 0.,,,,,,,
nal. Barley--Qulet and without much in- , P OTTER,
qulry. • 1 - Commission Merchants, sad dealers is Foreign
..and Domestic Fruits, Flour Batter, Chasm., Egg.
ISIPORTH DT RAILROAD. " Potatoca sad pradneis ;modally. No. SOJ LIBERS i
PITTRRosOII. FORT Warier. & Cow sco. o. o
o 4. . STREET, opposite Pmsenger Defots Pittsburgh.
Web. - 93,-1091thls flour, TO Jenkins; 100 do do,
Gay, Burke a co; 11111xs bcaii. Kirkpatrick & . C ll . 4 l ll Co lL m E ml S lstFin M RAlL urchan g L LEY Ware ' h i"ll onte No, alt
Herren; 37 green tildes, D Dicker , , th an th'e r .. I.I.II ' ERTT STRET. Pittsburei, Pa. Wholesale
Gallery; 10 bbls sorgbnin,''T C Jett k Insq; dodo dealer to Buiter,_Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Potk, Bacon,
Meek a A rn y o tyone;; 5 do do , l- 11 Volgt & en; 5 Beans, Tallow , Feathers, Broome. Potathes, limn--
too hams. Seghalyer Vo 0 k1; 4 b b l., steel, I Int. larled Fruits, Green Pratt., Onlana Flour,
kog do, T Maloney; 2.5 hx,.. maple ...gar, Grua Grain, (lora, heeds, Timothy Seeds, Flax deeds,
a Reiter; 3 bbls brandy, 2 do gin,Sc halides p.. 0 and Fonitry. Particular attention given to
Friday 100 Ms lard, R. 11 Town4en; len barrels realm consignments.
flour, * Llnhart; 1:18 sacks • wheiO., 2 cars onts, ~,,,n . . ..„,..
Hitchcock, McCreary & co t 4 te, bacon, Sim ,
geotra Breg g cars :natal, I. Malaita co; 15 b ol a ; . E y,
R. If KNOX
„AN At SON, COIIIIIIISSiOR
il In FLOUR. ORACS
lOetseed, 14 not tiroOtas,KirkElloriek , um a . HILL FEND and VI d IgtiIICE generally. No. in
Co; 9 bxs drugs, A C Henderson; Malacca hides, . 1, 1 „,,,,,,,,,, 1. .. p .. it . cirrnnii,
John H Ralston; 5 11,1.4 dour, Sbninaker & jal7.lre
Lang; id bdls brooms,Kell & Ritchard;3o do dr., , •
R Robinson & co; 48 pen iron, 51eKnigbt & co; ' WILKINS LINHAIIT,
22 balm bottom corn', filmmaker .0 Long 8 bags
.1 r .i.i.„
r tia lu rr r e a s . r dL ar e t ,„ l. 0.1 ,0 11 i
p. Re0ra .,. .1 .. L d iu1. 0 .0'1 . 1 1.1..
bean., 8 bbla butter, 1 hog, It Rea Jr; 8 s -a rag's.
Nierrhanta No .451 TAO VISTY STOIO FT 1"10.513
C P Markle a co. Pa.
Cinvicisini a FITTS/MR.IU RAIL Roan.-
Fob. G r ahams flour, Shomaker & Langi 100
do d & Thomas; 219 sks seconds, Jas .
Glenn; MI bbl, 011,114 oil bids, W Fl Byrum; 8
earn pig metal, Nimick a en; 2 ears lumber, J .
B Schmidt; 131 bids e.pples,J B Moorhead; 3 sge , sm.:l Y
bolts, Lewis Oliver & Philip.; 2 aka cloverseed , .
.., ; . 2 . k . . CULP & SHEPARD, Commission
W P Beek &co; 1 blii hatter, I Lt 1 bbl batter, , ''''',;'''” ens 11111 LP AA I,
H Riddle,• 50 arils on, J Lippincott; 14. - --R. 1 .4 - 11L.' K r- 4---ii -
malt W Garrard & Son; 2 b., 1 bale, 2 trunks, 1 Iferebanta and dollen In lone, Orman and Pro
-2 paiLs,l small chair, C Cola. duce, Sc. 24/ Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
Choke brands of Floutfot Bakers and Family me
, f --- ... 1 ronstantly on hand. Particular attmtion mid to
- . RIVER NEWS. , ailing order afer Merclundise geneally. .881:17
LITTLE, BAIRD , . & PATTON,
AfirtiVALS. , Wholesale Grocer., Conntdr4lnn Merchant,, and
dealers In Produce, Flour. Baron, Climb., Fish,
Camel la Dean st. Louis Carbon and Lard 011, Iron, Na. 114, tilaaa, Cotton
nrzAatoate. Yarns and aU Pittsburgh manufartnrra generally
• --i./1 cbedcr...sheptierd Parkersburg . ILI and 114 Second street, erl, I'llLO...rel.
,Marietta Sweeny-. .... .leoulnnlie . WY. P. Pir.CK THU, bill CIOU.L.
- 'Wed . P. BECK S. C 0... No. ISS
• r.. 7101T8.LORTTN0 Tin-DAT. a r Liberty atrott, Pitteburgb, Pr., Whaireala
remit Cny Garden Parkersburg. tiroe444,,,Conwnlaidon•MarthatitliandßonloT l In Conn.
Importer Vogl St. Louie (Ta , rro. -.,.ftri. ,, c,,,,Bacco t tan:larr n r, Ear.
Silver Cloud Cons, ay. New Orleans ( 0 r :,:ri„r i ti.....1 1 .. L''' . .,,,,,....ri d t t h 0 1i .....
. 1) .; ; ; ,
RITYR. Wearnon, ate.
.1011 N B. CANFIELD, Belton
The river I. nearly at a stand with about ex and Forwarding Iferclutut sad wholesale dealer
seven feet water in the channel. The weather . Wdif:°',,V..ner,,,inier.a,,,,.lZririililaii York,
was considerably colder last evening, and I Limeed asui ' LaL h OLls, Tirled F ! ruir, aid P e roduc
business at the wharf was tolerobly brisk. ; generally. Noe. 144 and 141 Front week , Pittsburg..
Thelmporter, Captain John Noss,leaverthis 0 ' .."-En .1' 01. Maar,.
f__R' AFF & REITER PRODUCE 3
morning at tan o'clock for IL Loula, She has ' a...a c0 ., 40 ,,,.,,,,, ~,,, .. 0 .,,,,... 4.
all 01 her load on board, and e goodly 10011 1 / 4 1T parctuolng agents for an Pitisimrcia s=iur:..
of passengern, and wall be certain to leave a. i Warehouse., No. 715 Liberty street, rlttaUiliggn Fa.
above. She is perfectly new, this being her ~,, ~ no ..
s• • • •rthwaltb nobs's. wat.a.-410uss..
sat trip, and is one of the %to I. nellesl 0031.4 JOHN
stoat. J 1. HOUSE & BROS. SuiCees•
The Poreat City, Captain Gordon, la the reg. sons To JOHN 1. Rotas & 1 . 0,, Whole:4ly (*m
olar packet leaving this day for Parkersburg. I , rA,ltt,.sll.o:gli m m f intri h r . o rt ior of alter
SPRP.Vti AIRIFEANGEMENT. dealers in Groceries, iar, ran, roduce, Pro
visions, Fish, °Leese, Salt, Carbon on. No. Ira and
174 Wood Street, nest. Liberty Street, Pittsburgh,
. • : 0 A,. .. - 1 - • 0 - 0 • X MIETZGA.R.
MONONGABLELA RIVER ; , ITEAn & METZGAIR, Graters and
1 ... Commission Merchants, and dealeraln all kinds
of Comitry Produce and Pittsburgh edssurfaetures,
No. fin Liberty Street, opposite head of Wood street,
ttgburgh, Brownsville and Geneva, i Plttrtlrgh. ntditY
"VETZEII. & ARDISTBONG, For
.. warding and Conunhoilon liferehantslbr the sale
lor Flour, Qrsin,'llaeon, Lard, Butter a,
Fruits. and Produeagenerally, No. 11Marker Street,
earner of First, Pitturitli. 11 , A.Maly
D a WALLACE, Commission chant and Wholesale Dealer in Plourand Grain.
; No. 251 Liberty street, opposite Pennsylvania R. B
Will' ran Atm, side-wheel steamers between Depot, Pittsburgh, Pa. Storage Ware Dose, come
landing. ll Pitts•airgb ireensboro, , .11conongahlaCi rs ty, Brown d
I, sville, Woe's Wayneand,Pensi streets. ' , noDtly
(lone an Unheard
Regions. Thls 11 composed of the folio wing RIDDLIE T4i. No, 183 Liberty lit. 3
... • • Plttsktrer, •Commissltm Merchant, an
r, ilt ..l b e r t f r e C 4 4, , 7 c Pr b Pro d :ea, tirocerles and
slgnmeti r fs, and n pald for trod I%e genlially. nuD
FAYETTE.. ... . , ... CAPT. S. C. SPEERS? .
nOttEnT bm..2u.t. A. P. DAL.Sii.t.
TELEGRAPH .. ..... . ..... CAPT. D. BUTIIIEft . II I OI3T. DALZELL & CO., Whole
riwaci.lN. .. ... CA PT. Z. W. CA Nit AI AC LL sale Orocert, Comonlssion.anti Forwarding lifer
, chAnta mid dealers Li b ertynto, andPittaborgh Matt
li ALLATIN.. . . . ... CAPT. A. S. CAILLILE. . nfacthliel, No. 251 street. Pittsburgh.
These packets villl leave Pittsburgh daily at SA.' i
m, and 6 p. in., eseept Sunday, when the dcPsi-WWW
.C 1 HAILLES L. CA.LDWELL, (Soc.
1011 be At a o'clOcii. a. ea. comer to James Holmes A C 0.,) Pork PackeLand
Thertbrongh packet for the MIN geom.. will }earls I (Sealer in Provisions , corner of Market And norm
Pittsburgh daily at 0 p. m. i grown•rlile daily at igg.egig, Pittsburgh.
Itgrrkmmt-1. nro.us•llle fo, Pittsburgh 4001.1. WATT JOiler WU.66r.r.
daily st 7a. re. sad sp. m. WATT & WILSON, ITholftMes
Leaves Greensboro sad Genera at 12 o'clock; .v T Grocers, Commission Merchants, and dealers In
Rice's Lending at 2 p. ro. Proince and Pittsburgh Manufactures, No. ISS Lib
:LitaveskionongShelal Cityat 5 o'clock. i emir -street, Pittaburgh. It=
The Itts• Is ciritigioseil of . drat-class side-wheel
Steamers, Mille elpreasly Mr the trade, They will =TUT isareame...loltx ElltlitTON..A. v. WALLACT,
be commanded by °Steers of too •TP ,7157 . 7 1 , who ' 1 -
. AiIIiBERT, Simnprox & CO.,
will pay particular attention to till l Wllltill 2.1. Cam- J...,u , hoiewp (igqr.
Produce Dealers N o.
fort of passengers. file Li o n to
leave s prozootil ' 81mb-street. Pittsborith. . faidji
at the hour advertised
Freights Received at all flours.
For Anther particulata, euqulrt of
WILLI/al 31,311.1101 i, Agent,
At the Wharf-Boat. toot of Grant a. Ylaaarrigo
1.. COLVIN, Ast,
fe10:31ohl, . lirotrastllle. en Pa
1866. - , :r i ga& -1866. !igETRIEII & BROS., cituccessort to
Reymer *Anderson, ) Wholesale Dealers In Itor-
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMPORT 'ig' r""••
il. c w'rl`nPit,"4
PITTSBURGH, WHILING, MARIITIA k PIRIBISBURG
DAILY PACKET LINE
Comp,.Malt the following irsi-elas. Passenger r iH
S t e amer BAY Alll4 1 9eo. . Moore, Minder.
tamer W/ELR ER; A. et. Shepherd. Master. r ORT 'pm FOUNDRY,
Meant r FOREST .ITY; Jr Ir Gordon. Master.
DAWN 'CIIIP—IFYYJIMER BAYARD.
Leave. Pittsburgh every Monday and Thursday, at
11 o'eltiek,a. M.
Learef WPeeling every Monday am' Alialsday, It
112 " 91' ' STEAMER VIFIMCLIESTSR •
Leaves Pittsburgh every - Tuesday and Friday. at
11:03 a. m.
Leaves M nee g every Tuesday and Friday, at
11:.10 p. tu.
STEAMER FOREST crry
Leaves Pittsburgh every Wednesday and Saturday,
at 11 a. m.
Leaves Wheeling every Wednesday and Saturday,
at 910.. p. m.
, WRIPreSTEAMEM ,VIIREST CITY
. 7 1 FIV PliirEevianwt eyarY mcoq.y.aul Thursday
Lve. Wheeling every Tuesday .d Friday, at 7
STEAMER BAYARD ... AND ALL 1121C17 SHAYS CASTINGS.'
Leav Pm m
acong every Tuesday and Friday ' at SPeclal atrelltloli dto ROLLENG MILD WORE
Ip. m. . BLAST BLACHIN Y andRETORTS.
Leaves Wheeling every Wednesday and Saturday, , REPAIRS attended to promptly.
at; am. I Al heretofore, the best materials will !sheave e
STEAMER WINCREsTER laud at tide FOOndry. . "ir ,
Leaves Partenburgit every Wktnesday and later. , p l4l, r otalai n glig. to d '''W rzy i . T . i ., N . wlirEll
4 47 , at 2 p r _to. o tog op th
Latins eeling every They, awl sundae, at ! same.' noftlyd
Ta:-.IM-, . .
irep TTSBUIRGIR FOUNDRY.
Odc/WA: l ab fAragtiad4A.Mtlit.gb tn i
t u a g ' 1
which I Pittaborgh at ISMS p. m., and Cleveland
at LEI a. tn. Alm, with trains of Pittsburgh, For .o• lISISON .1011:f 1.1. AIC ILLTACM
Wayne and Chicago hallway. which leaves Chicago I ,
at Rip. tp.;And at Marietta with Marietta and tan- A. 6AlltlSOti & CO.
chmati RaiDoad. and'velth steamers to all points on
the Muskingum River; and at Parkersburg wit.
wrly train on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and (Successors to Bell:man, Garrison • 00„V ''
ith Dal l y Line Steamers to Pomeroy, Gallipoli; ,
Ironton, Portsmouth, Maysville and Cincinnat i := 4 ' • • • , •' -• '
IS tlityUl P in g rAt t ra,Ve r ada d N.41 1
.t r . 1 FOINDERS ANTI MACIIINISTW
by which passengers arrive at Cleveland ea I . . •
:45 p. m„ and at Chicago at 7,00 a. to. neat morning. I
Ic h o i n a , nitfite of Chilled Itc r i . ilme4.S2 . llgll i tot
JAS. COLLINS A; CO., Agent., ' Soard! ' 4l4.llt Ult Co ppe r, Sliver , 1
tag./Tt.Oastint Of altsiesriptimts, Birk Mill;
' ..... :
,AL Wharr-Roas., Foot °IWO.' St. ,. ; t teVIN, nQU lrla b a l :U U al d et r LlVlttelr WI. .. V. :TALI%
PITTSBURG/di • nosice -- andlarotable fends: .4.l9looisid Warehouse,
Where freight will be received each day, up to MO up Smithfield street, Pittsburgh. cailf
P. ot. AM
pl t tß ar atll...TheA di tiW z jii
YORKTOWN Capt. ESSZINT
Leaves as atom SATURDAY, 24th Inst.. at 4p. to.
For It t, z A ps.s_tage opp Lyon board, or to.
4...LOLLINOWOOD, A cots.
blanutt,ature ovary varlet) of
I COOK ' ktfoß AND HEATINd 'STOVES
Anwta r e , tb i bnum r. um.§ TRa'fcl
ERAN mad,, 11tON4IWE'iNIrorod1.cook.stalret) Ala;
OE INEMPERS & NEW
m"— G T UATIRS, GRATE FRONTS. 6e. 011141 ANS—Tho 91.1endld steataarriddMilt .. Odkae and Waregonlw.aornerof Seto.d and WOO
A RMENI A. . R. C. MCCatAnat, Master! ,4 "atn• L,0116. ' 32... . ,232-3 dmon - btedudlitroo 3 -
TVIII leave for '''' above and all Intermediate on. 11:101
PO SATURDAY. MN, at 3p. tn.
,Son trelg4l orliamoinl6o
, bo . ard or to
MO .1. D. CULLIN6WOOD. }Air,"
LOUENA Capt. SEEMAN,
Will leave aleaboveon MAT tIRDAY, 4th, at 4p. to.
FLA or passage apply oh board or to
EGULAi PACKE_I_L g a t=p4
',Z . N T PTIMOrtI - 061; 1 111,=,'
GRAHAM, Capt. C. R. lima, leave !bribe
above and all intennedlato ports every TUESDAY
At 411. m. Returning, leaves Zanesville every FRI
DAY. a; 7 am. .I. D. COLLINOWOOD, Agent.
STEAM TO AND FROM LIVER
POOL AN_G RUEENSTGWN (Inti•Riat mica •
weak. The INMAN LINE, sailing •
CARRYING U. S. MAILS.
Tickets sold to and hom Ireland, England, Scot
land, Germany and Rruico.
ANA the C'inatt•nra Wades, .
Jokt G.' DALE, Agent,
0 13 Broadway, N 0 V.
I E 4 VAT I tit:LIO ;11:41
ITrOWlitig STEEL IFVOREUi
ANDERSON,\COOK di CO,
tsuccaneortn TO iot:R.,7, HUI 11 CU../
It 4 t i lrqplll . 4 4 otif t t gelle t aTali ea
aod e Cut Steel for
REAPING AND mama MACHINES,
s Twxrp , LOW , W II 6 I I I PAINtiPI o UL
Cast and Catosattn Plaugkand Spring Steel,
- ; 43 , , rs-•;•,
, Unlet , Vornegorrleitt AndMculeareeta, two Mane
t4ly above the Monongahela House.
IST102111.• 1 171703F133.1131.
1 " : "' 'PAM; 111t0T41138 di Co., •
MOTalarailltrOtii .: Or
- • 111
S IMNT,D CAST SrSIS.,I-%
Wth" lifiV4M ems il out IV • tett
. 3 may imporead
pttAtt mallVLicpieyAu *SO lion*.
U. /art/tics sad . a) 11517. W.,
Ois4I2SSIXXIIIIMISTA, 11111=1114 MUMS
Rof Eft, N. I and 2 DIAMOND
NIES DAILZELL & SON, Mow
. I , (=surer. of Lard Oil, and Commtaslou Aleidalita
1866. Mea h :l, P fo ' s h . ' g :nutVlVafteCrst and
• Advances made oak Cansfmnments.
I SALIM DICKEY & CO., Wholesale
Grocers' CommlsMon Merchants. awl dealers In
Prod )to. AA Wster street and IS Front otrect,
ME"C' 7, n
- - • • • •••• • - • • •
LH. VAIIGIIT .& Co., ( Successors
• to 0.. Orat, )Produce and Coroushistou kier
chutts, 247 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
➢AVID 1/I.' EDGERTON, Whole
akin Grow Acid, lulon hiereasnt, Ia
Wood street, PI tfabdrigt w
p7r 7. W.11777:1
11111LADIXT. .....W. .1. 8. DRAMA'?
. /ETNA 'STOVE WORKS.
4. .BRADLEY & CO.
'COOKING STOVES 2 •
iirelditii' - seti,ita.
Graffs, Fronts, Daft! . 84 •
ALso„all 14.0 a. of IiaLOI9II,AILt.CARTIMIS.
Na SOLLlbertr Street.
jetailittie Irorkii 'amid Foundry
• LE. tiff3402:1:124 ‘ll/11Ma r s
I T N a 01 1 S 1 1 7 1117 0: 1 4 13111 1 43 :w ilft e lit21120 1,a , twyeoel
JOHN B. ILIMBON CUA6. ririX/13.
XR_,CI, I 2O - .21. "CEETZ•733ZIEUEII.
I.IDELITY STREET NEAR ST. CLAIR. •••
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berat•est Binfinedlo and Grant twee% rlttaburgi
We Penn*. _ • • •
wanitat oar 'Wares to be superior to any Min.
n &mowed-meat of tanatountarun Atltrays en band.
Glabardars'oUthe—abore desetipthle. All orderi
promptly atteltded to, ;yartlenlar attention palate
•prirate moulds. •
wait. notion. JAIME IRWIN
co.;JAMES cu ra: .
OIL OF VITRIOL AND AQUA:ARIM . IIRIA.
vaas. , xusinzizted .......... 1
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to arde; lfi"V"ltntllg •
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MI Diseases of the Lungs.
a1t.1,i013 to .001 of 0.1.0 eit.r.e . t
Ltinarr cure* by my
They Are n home, and any one who Lea any con t t
can inquire of the parent. win, bare been cured by
Attend to Your Colds.
ii t fi ng c lrjavatren area b 7 Dr. REY
rirreetitlir. January 11. MD.
Dn. Kr.Y.Selt:—ely wife Ims bear. a Calmed with a
bad cough and diMenlty or breathing fur dye or elz
Trs, Width, fur ecreral T h e
back, hod gradually
Increased violence. The complaint has been her
editary, and she bad been treated by several phyal
clans without any miler. In Ude stave of her easel
!rocured someof your PRCTORAI•CUIM SYRUP.
hortight, the neat time,
_PAT cept bottle, which re ,
Weed her very much; I than Ca ll ed and got a dollar
onttle, which cured her entirsll. - and sac has now op
treed et the former disease, except weamiess. L
wouitinimo state that 1 usedlhe medicine myself to a
cold and cough. rile medicine clued me toy yaunt
one dose. 1 enemas my entire satisractioa with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to 714,Pdt
you desire to do no. WM. M.. 1303 W . 1 ..
BEAD THE TRUTH]—DX " ! R1111,,-.1.1714'b1.e.
datighter who has tak enterers! medicines for • ben
cough without beefit, among. them Ayee'• Cherry
Pectoral, I purchased from you a bonus of your
Pectoral Syru and before she had used half • hot
tie she was p
cohered. The 11ft0214 bottle eared hot--
entirely of her cough. JOHN DARIN,
P/77.9111111d1i, December 11133.
A GREAT GIMP IIYDR. KEY.Mt• PECTORAL
tire In Peebles township, Ahegban
county. I had a cough and splttingorttich cog..
scummed about the LLB of Yehrtstriaat, and cocain•
oad eight months. I employed the best physicians
lathe country, and my cough continued. unabated
until early In October. At that time I was adviae.
to try your Pectoral Cough Minim which did, az'
titer !had takonone bottle I was entirely-free fro ,
coughing and spitting., I
_bad despaired of era
' grollirrs War
dens lo my twee. JOHN C. LITTLI b .
'Witness: R. D. Rica. Peeblettowna p. -
Farrow Tawhentr, Apra) 14,
A WONDERFUL CURE.—dome lime tarp an 01
weighbor of twin , ,n , re with a bad woe:
hich every nue .npp0,r.,7., lia , ron.lnritillD. adi
relative. told inc that-1. , bad taken every remedy
they heard of withotol benedt; til. :brother came
see Ilm dl e r and all were contirmedin the belief that
he Wald not live, I had about the •third oft bottle
of your Peetoraltyrup, which I gave him, and Row.
ti cured biro. td, the astonishment of all, What
maker the case more remarkable, Is the eXtreula age
of the man. he being about cfglityyeata old. I bate
no doubt the Pectosal saved Ids 1110.
401 M AIc4ANNI.I.
_DB. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP ICLAIRS..
v/LLE.—Pleue .end =et tkereeptir Of your val
uable Pectoral byrup. Alm ost'everybody around no
has the cold, and are <moaning for 44 Dr. Royeer , a
Pectoral S y ru p ." We have sold 'sixteen bottles the
toast week, and are novrentirely but. Mr. A. Alter
andlit. P. Maher. bother Blairsville, Pa. told us
they would not be without It 10 their Panilitea. in
fact, an who us lt once want Ifagain.
J. s. WATER/1.50N SON 9.
January to, Meth
November LS, tiled
Dn. lingetrn-11=Moten advocateof Patent
Medicines. In general, It aderdanse pleasersilnde.
scribable to recommend your PECTORAL. SYRUP. i
is a-medicine. It been worthy the attention of may i
person 'who miry In any manner be alnicte4 nit b j
coughs. cords and hoarseness ofeny kind and tee ,•
gemallar qualifications for remerlug all that dila
.grecable sensation attending a severe cold.
1 here been. mote or less in my afe4s.ffected with
the sercrest of colds and hoarseness. •'..A.t nines
throes would oecome to eland •al rev:mean My;,
TtbglriZAllP4faln,lll27.ll B .l474a."."
In recommending this medicine, 1 maste r r .
tingly say; that St Is the best remedy I Vie found.
p.trportlng to cure the nbere,nor should lay family
be without this remedy foridiseases so prevalent;
EPIV II AD J. JODE% 4,
Cashier Citizens. Deposit 11•-.
Snerartrirtutr, Ohio. March 1 4 UM.
I have used air. lingua's Cough Syrup for a had
cough of *arena years standing, and CAD cheerlblly
nay It to she bent meditate far tbcfname that I tiara
ever taken. J. W. PRICE.
COI.. PRATT AND DR. RETSER'd PEOT()ItAL
SYRUP.-Ds. Eiltaxit-Dear blr. Excuse the delay
onnyabknow/edging the excellence oryoar Pectoral
SlTll l air & it? y on
_ s t. a:7 leg. ge t kr.VrertVe n ntlL
.00 1 l of my cough, and The wont one I was ever maim
ed .oth. Inner not need more than one-balf of the
bottle, and I eau and do wash that all who are ~a nt
ed would give It as .fair • trial 00 1 have done, ant
the} will he proud to nay, "It Is no neck medicine.
w cold nut utter another such au attack for any
onsiderattun, Or at any 0001. lam confident I can
1 scathe more 'freely than 1 ever did. I than always
acknowledge a debt or gratitnde for triventing so
excellent a remedy. Yen arc at liberty to we
' name In 'nal regard as youtnlnk proper.
Messenger Commot. Cuenca, pi PRA
N. 11.-1. ant no stranger to nay fellow.eitltens, Alla
, all who entertain doubts coo mason me personally.
1 ANOTHER NEW CERTIPICATIL-Da.
, ram PEOTORALITHI:P.-s.l had been tro i ggi
~ wit& . cough and cold Inc several weealt-mo had wa •
t thatl could not sleep s /I I had the advice and pre
crlptlenefroni three, or the beatphysichmeno Mt
, city, *hey' I Mild name,' but do not do AO. Ido any II
! grouted • a•hottle or your Pectoral Syrup, which •
;rig' e.. 11, S4iLlberty atiZ • lk i a l lgi t, =. M F's.
' Jantianstin I 1601 .•
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! ii.STOy sI inATCOVIatW."-"Hew can I dont'.
O.tosE eris,-on !Weed onset,
t. and get a bottle or
his Con Teetotal, Andy' M
that 4on' out you. your
ease mast be desperate .1 deed' , This a specimen
of - the col loony mu Yuri every day In cold-catemus
t attlltal of.de veer. And we co... Train actual Amu
, simente, eneerrelly rainier - 1n the adviser , . Unmet.
lion ea iborCstitr,wekare s trted the, "Pectoral,'! in
. a moskattiblitmo cue, Vila. wi th * aunts. Near
IWO weeks sV we- went Stes-PlRUitrgh, a with one or
s • the sioatdisUetaing,.Gol2llVl, Mallsb.. nsubduable
. causal. Ire Geer experienced ; laliCO.oursArcut upon
i Wet eou t
- hatl4l4lyand N ie.
bLmalitQr"l6°le%etta ' h4 4 4u
n-h,e,“.010. cticri,.e.mo r .,, T
r;d647iiprOie,,bpra; and to - have sepal
' ir . s_ 44l l bs nwiraz.:l 4 4ll7 ,l V4.l, b g a d e ozn_r r r
1 L'affeaiifti 1 4;ZIalili:!r - CticfrcurVit - a
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s. s f r rn i 11 ‘ d i l I) Vjt. ' el i s e l i y b i i i g 1 e th yl ,°, . 4 , I e f = w c ht : :
rectoral.-4Prowarra • Oltyper,'Zne, 14, Ma. •
DR; REISER'S PECTORAL OPREY
DR. GEORGE H. HEYSER,
' 1 No. 140 WOO, STREET,
11112 ' 11211 x.ralta..IP'eaaaaiat...
.4.10 . 1tE CYID 4 I:IZ, _
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DL GEORGE #4 XBYSER,.
Dr• Par and told Or
ruksarsd sad sold bs
Price, NI Omagh