The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, March 07, 1866, Image 4

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WE'rag .9DA.I, M.1.11,0H 7, 1886
ROBINSON, Me =AN & CO.
Bankers and Brokers,
No. 76 Fourth Stresi.:.llttsbargh;
Deakin to all kinds oftherertundOl Itwirittel;VOld
windiver, Un t arat !tent, hateir i t t ! orXe-
Deposits reciting he Parltn i ni :ad bt i t. In+
west snowed on time depoalta. Collshhiona made
in all parts of this United States owner& iheotablo
) terms.
Orders executed with lairsteh
o W
Mon.eerkdittitt
the loudness at the Boston. smirk' milaw
Plthlmrsh litokers.Sktards On
, .
Draw on H. CLEWS CO.. New Pork, J. COOKE
200., Philadelphia; News. 0. D. T. H. PER-
FINANCE AND TRADE
Ttrzentr, March 6, 1966.
geld - IS lopoFted a little eteadter In Now
Yoa- 6041 60's 6116n1d6 without material change,
being quoted at lit% which is a slight ad
vane., Y compered with yesterday,
--No additional depcositories were designated
by theBooretary of the Treasury for the week
ending March 1,1805. One national batik at
Memphis, Tenn., name and capital unkricren,
was anfitiorizeddnring the.weak. Total num
ber of national banks authorised to date, hrs.
National bank circulation issued fluting the
week ending Karon 11,11360, $1,148116. Total
amount of currency issued to date, V 5 6 ,65 2 ,19 0-
-The income Of the Government from in
ternal revenue, thus far in the current decal
year, - eemtnenchag in the middle of It year,
has been something over two hundred mil
lions of dollars, which, if kept up at the SMUG
rate, will make the aggregated 4 the year'. re
ceipts from internal taxation alone three hun
dred and twenty-five millions, and that would
be one hundred and thirteen millions more
than the internal revenue in the previous Os.
eal year, and nearly three times. ea much MS
that ononmast f the Year which ended with Julie 30
1864. reliable estimates of the Cue , ,
toms- venue through a/1 the parts of the
country place the aggregate at' onn htmdred
and eighty millions in gold for the whole of
the current finalpm This would make the
total come of the National. Treasury. from
internal revenue, and from duties on Imports,
for the year ending next June, about five hun
dred and seventy raillionsof dollars in curren
7,6;war is over two hundred. milliene more
ated disburbentente of the Gov
ernmenti and this excess over interest and
expenses could be applied to the partial re.
ducticai of the public Indebtedness. The fl
taticial situation and pro:specie are certainly
encouraging. The industry of the whole
country Will soon be employed as was before
the gat, ant the sections that have Winningly
been - impoverished willbe able to contribute
their propertion towards removing the exist
ing Wardens incurred to avoid still greater .
Cviii. Alter .the funding proems' Is 'mom
,polished, and the floating liabilities so placed
away. that only the Periodical uiterest on
them will have to be met, (until th e new bonds
reaturehthe
_pressure of the public debt will
be much dimthisheob and the debt itself can
rs e t i t a t d w u tttithe t u ti C d ' aa T i h n e dictio ciil .establtilsh
ed sinking fund the entire debt of the nation
can be paid off in a period of thirty years.
—lt Is not generally known that the first ie.
sue of Milted States demand notes ate re
deemable in gold by the department. Arguing
that as these notes are receivable (Oremituma,
and consequently as valuable in such trans.
actions as gold, the United States Treasurer
has bean accepting them on deposit and re
deeming them as gold. There are =5445,75
In this currency in circulation, of which'
amount 115,215,75 are in the pOsaoSsion of as
sistant treasurers.
—The following stocks were sold. at MoCiel.
land's Auction House yesterday afternoon
64 Shares Exchange National Bank Stock
at
45 Shares Citizens , Bank Stock, at
it Shares Bank of Pi t t sburgh Stle...k, at.. 66,50 •-
•u i . .
• • 66 1 62 14
e • •
.. GUS
Stock and Real Eats sales every Thursday
afternoon.
—Sale of Stocks Tnesda evening, March
eth, at Commercial Sales Room 106 Smithfield
street, by A. Mellealne, Aeraioneer
National Bank of Commerce 4104,00
National Refining and Storing Co 0,00
Paragraph is On ita rounds of the pre,.,,
to the effect that "since the last annual report
of the Secretary of the Treasury made on the
10th of October last, he has reduced the aggre
gate amount of the public debt 629,000,000, and
has paid g 1 5,000,000 et currency interest on 7.3:1
Don
ds and 'e3 6 / 1 1 / 1 ,000 coin interest on said.
bearing bonds, making an anterate of Cu]'
reney and coin Interest of a.V,000,001.. This,
to say the least, hardly presents the facts of
the case as they really are, and therefore is
calculated to mislead. On the Slat of October,
1865. the amount of outstanding obLigations
was 1G,E100M1,456; while on the It inat. the to.
tal exclusive of gold certificates, was 6 2 , 5 1 e:
. WAG; showing en increase in outstanding ob
ligations of $5,916,/OX The result arrived at in
the plungrapla quoted is obtained by deduct- I
nog from the total debt at each period the
amount of cash held In the T. This is
not an entirely satisfactory mode o reaching
thth e nnitannOnneed, rulanineh as the money
in Treasury la chiefly available for the
ofthe liabilities other than those
included in the debt statement. On compari
son on the debt on the Ist instant et,015,2,41536
• with the debt on the list of August last,AM&
907,626, a period of six -months, we find that the
actual decrease, exClusive of gold certificates,
is 1.10,6611"7—a little over five millions per
month, and is certainly more satisfactory then
was hoped for at the beginning of the semi-.
annual period covered in the comparison.—
Pai/e. Ledger.
The Money Market was easter towards the
Mole of bank hours and the supply of capital
Is evidently increasing. The general rate for
call loans remains at 7 per cent., although
there Is more doing at a per cent. Commer
cial pa ar per Ls discounted more freely., aper and
names e scanned v
from 81...Q10 per cent. ery closely. Gold p
Gold htss been steady throughout the day,
closing at 1,33.
Now Toes, March 0.-The Caramerctet's mon
ey article contains the following:
The money market exhibits rather more
case. Ttio_proportion of lonnalmaix per cent.
le largo . The prevaillngrate on ordinary col
lat.:male is seven per cent. The batiks are
generally lending at seven per cent. on call,
end show more disposition to buy. Business
papertilsemmis are a shade lower, owing to
the freer'operations of the banks, and a lar
ger. amount of paper Is taken at seven per
cent. Good at B®o per cent.; other grades le@
15 Cen t
stink market extuinte more activity..
Prices are irregular, but on the whole firmer .
Governments continue firm; 7-30's more in de
mand in consequence of the decline of gold,
which appreciates the value of interest
Charles A. Russell was yesterday cf,oece
President of the National Rank of Commerce,
vice Jno. A.. Stevens, resigned.
The gold market Is stall weak and the price
to-day has fluctuated between h ive. P Exchange is moderately active. Pro
duce bills area= very scarce, the supply be
big vary much confined to .few leading names .
Cotton bills are quoted at lareus.
The Evening; Post says that the spring trade
in this city has not beets no dull in several
years before. The occasion of It is the enter-
Minty felt by all classes of business men in re
gard to the future. There is a prevailing
Orrice or vim Prrrasusent .ozone, / menden that the present etandard of prices
TIICSDAY. March A 18oe. I are losome extentftithtions, and that not, mach
CATTLE-There was again a meagre supple business except that which brings quick re
turn/. can be safely done. Buyers of every
of cattle On sale this week, but with a demand clam re t ra i n fro m purchasing in belief that the
restricted almost entirely to supplying the , chances of market are all in their favor, and
wants Of the retail trade, Wie market rated a I.titrl i itr l e n= e ir t i, r .r i n is e n t a d e v e L n Z
little vmak, though prices, as compared with Mear.hatits are not prepense t: r giro much
last week,have undergone no material change. credit, but buyers offering cash can make ex-
The demand for shipment was unusua ll y light trem:l good bargains. The stoak o Ff th otri r
and the sales for that purpose did not 'exceed Lpartmen ' t t e g*n . Cot i t il im be g= n oL "Y paratively
fifty head, and with about nine hundred head t enema The Post attributes one cense of the
On sale, about seven hundred changed hands. ' d a n n in nf tr a d e tntnn failure of nt nb =" ern
wheat crop , and says that the dap 11 DX
the balance being left over for next week'. totals to all kinds of businesemnd does not af
market, Prime fat retailing cattle, such as feet that which depends on the seasons very
our hest botcher are in the habit of buying, . much more than any other trade.
sold at from Ito TA cents, gross, while corn- DRY 000 DB.
moo did medium grades cannot be quoted ' The Dry Goods market Is - dull and Inactive.
There le a surplns of mortedMO.ls, and they
ahem 114411134. "Scalawags, • of which the rap- . musty ell muonlawar. There is an abundant
ply, as always le the case, was considerably in supply cif domestic goods. Buyers still claim
excess of the demand, sold at from 414435. that they alunald go lower. Bnyemot.goods
are yen - independent Irithri ;and make
BBILEP-Supply light, and with a moderate Aft eei t unreasonable erskeriona of judders.
retail deMand, the market ruled a shade it resni ghentiaga-,-Facifie - 11 "r Z, We.
firmer, and-prime fat mutton sheep sold at a ,leached ithirtinateag, 4a inch, 40e;
slight advance. We now quote Ant quality at i e i nc h , pu n Barrie six man; we.% son, pri n t s
oto 814 grass. and medium ditto at 1235%. -Sprague's, 21e; Ilictunond,ino; Lanoester,2oo;
110Ga-Dnif but without quotable American, Mc; Allen Naulielaines,liciParide,
In a retail way, we continue to quote ate atult '.be;
t am -tri n e
n, 60c; Penland,
Del
S 4, for fair to good a Bileslits--trinton, -35 e; In Orchard, 30e.
blanch of 72 head wh o lesaled 'Ticks
-Totk. MI oh, fine,c; dO 80 inch, 02103.
bought by Emerick & Co. The arrivals at aripen_nittenden37l,4. do g 11, tam Den.
the " 7.. ' .0-lAn..vorrusb but the Int. ime-Pesrt Myer 521ir Warren Brown's, 88e.
=Ply. nevertheless , ankennentd. considerably in excess of litutp Illorts-1 iI. 1 . 1% inch tapes, 20 tq 40
Hoops 481, s-1
VI to 72e.
a4mte OF a.LTII.II. ,
Reis a Co. ret=ed e 3 head of mixed cattle ' Sew York /Marker*
at 03,44117M0ind wholesaled 33 head of prime New Yeas, March 6.-Cotton dull and un-
Illinois steer, to Carr &Maamatar, averaging changed at 43‘)44e tor Middling. Flour 100
UM, at 70, who afterwards retailed them at lower for com Mon and inferior wades, and
varlous_prices. ' elux=eides arsstessAy at *7 , 1506 f0r Extra
John Kerwin - : stalled 11 head at from 6% to ss common tod Shipvins Brands
714, and sold is heavy cattle et 83i, de. ilitial 0., and U for . Trade ßrands.
livens:lln • Philadelphia Morgan Malsolm Whisky dull and no at 013,211482,30. Wheat
retailed it at leien‘ dull and declining or common and inferior,
Lafferty at.rim retailed lithesui of scalawags while strictly Mine parcels are scarce and lc
for M.• W. Welsh at 1Q.% and 18 fairish cattle better; SIX ,77 for choice new No. 1 11111.
aitftft". ~ • wankee; InferlOr, 40.1 4WD, Old MR-
F4dy - sold 18 head of fairish to cattle to waukee Cl u • Corn doll and deSlMllint 7
Messrs. Greenwald a Kahn, averaging shout We Tor unsound ; 71073 c, sound mired Wester n ,
1060, at 445 per heed. both in store and delivered, and 75e for brie,
Niemen wholesaled ifi bead Of fairish cattle rlor white 'leathern. Chris dull and heavy - at
SO Kerwin, averaging 1000, at shoat 6. Craw. 354114.10 tor unsound Western, and 61®610 for
find retailed 29 stouuncelhaMtheratliaoX. Vet- sound do .. Coffee steadY; Bei, Mo. Sugar )
tier retailed 63 at OM, quiet at llifet row-Ports3l3eo. and 1019,120 for
Merrick !Dona retailed 65 head of adze 3fuseonedo. Molasses quietiDermarara, LNG
cants at 554,7 , _ ; 4. Green Wall & Kahn 50 head Mo. Petroleum dnii at NO for Crude; Refined,
nt rel e tu t inn J ' l r r s A Blut" 03 at 1r3.1, In bond, 61207. Pork lower at $26,900FE , for
s & yore retailed 19 nom at 54181 New Meal ar rl ol422 #4 kak a, o7. •
1/A. Rothehilds & Eckert Se head at as Ohl dm, anil l sl376le_, ler Me earl 4
111 1 h. : 4 111:1111i t
4 , ,, ,... , D 80 at 4%07%; CrouseVifttll k7.5(1 barreja AtNew mess i er Xlmehilarns 4l3
•"••••• May, seller% option, at AWL steady
at anent previous - prices. Seer HAMM quiet at
40046 c. Cut Meats steady;atrieriMe for Shout.
ders, and 1151401403 for Hama Dressed Hoge
imayy, at 12411: , f0r City. Bacon • dull anti
lower at - 14%. tor Prime Cut, and 15 tle
for. Short Ittli Lard heavy at nip
%o.
Butter quiet at 85457130 for Ohio, and 4150560 for
state. Cheese needy at 16111330.
New York Cattle 'Market
New YoldC, Marc h A.--The current prices for
the
week, at all the cattle markets are as fol
lows:•Beer Cattl e-First gas: head,
~.,Fair to Goad, 40; Cons.
mem, 400; Inferior . Cotes
aaraa-icatra- 4 417 ) Der. 4 11114 .. e r
123; !fret qttallq;
C m o,oo7 it 3 0 MW; DI eritrr i , 3lll = Nsi. gal
• i1e 0 ,1 1 1 .60174.. " .K.4,017frii ' lf;
, wiirTat're o gi od
ir,,iteld:s. ere head
r i gr a d et 7l mni
fla ilT u r e ?'
Oil:.k 1
T he an
? r ot imn la l c l? i till. lied ,
I week, owing t i the fact that Cattle se er th in
1 4V, e r e=r ln4 w S eis a tivtliViTe th igi v : irlrinthiti
mica tient %a
wank' mOdesitthde=d, with ' P auly a de l
mo
at 411 1 PplY. Priem were ntmer, v i m - th,
above. note, were In fair demand. The toter
I reoelPri ot Ilk stooks Du Gila week and last
week, wens as followe . Total this week,
Beare*, 4,011; COlie,lfly Veal Calves, 4 4318heep
and Lambs, 14,882; Seine, . Total ilist
week, Beeves, 3,948; Cows, 1111;v Calves, 40;
Sheep end Lam-UN. 40 17 / 11,1 /Del nsi
ll.t
NOW Yerk Stock azall Mersey Market.
Naar Tore, March 6--MtineMetettdy at ma
par mit on call Itstrab Sterling quiet at LOW,
Bi ng l B:..i. Maerregular d unsettled, open.
CIAM; r , ll , llChlg to aim declining
t, M and el Lig -at' GoveniMens
8 steady. heights toLiverpool diril.
Stocks strong ; 7.llo's, i =les, Wit do, 3d
series
_,99%; Ohio and pp! Certificate&
iO. _ %iron Wayne, 0 1 MG do, ad, AP New York
. } 80t`'.71,1,12.14..m0Zd l_teading,7l4 ;
... comet.
......,,..... .
. -.........--- «* 7 , ork lot t hltim2, 3,05. 1,1, 11: 140040 ,-, , - , ..: 3t00ir & - -;-r-- -
Ina rittelpte of Petrelewn at Nair
the two months, teem BenunrY r e lka i rle CM°. r s CILICADO. MOZ I IIIIIOiIY dull. Vfherrimio4l.
a sataa a ' attire*,
"red . with
. th eftle
I .
- o ri th e
w d a u r th .
Fth . tthl
1 e C T I II i wi th 1 3 . 0 II and de i fl ie r: /Ig.. itG-
delil'el'l.l 4 % 2114 1 p,
_in 11M1 aduliGl, « .9..- - - , ' winesdiril ASO*: •lcerwinonend Mull
IBM. lEak ' wee mew pork sm ,„,es
packed
Sarrelt.••• MAN - 55 0 6.7 . , - 1,9 4 61 r. IMlc, SWeet Iflekledliartia- - ffro. r tidiot
, Showing in increase of 16,198 barrels . latierilt.. , dtilland deolinedl3oso3. Milne
.1854, and lekele bevel* o Yer , /8611,, T hehtfthen ,„ , 11,,vrt ,„„„,.....„, ig a
flt:t od
band jig Xasr fork, on maadaf. le putt down ” rob; Wh 7 bander wo sly
4.1,5e1 bbli . ernd0315,701 tags related, and go bblai g Ina
_moo% sto.. in, too our,
r R., SAO ,
ALLEGUENY CATTLE MARKET
PTITSBURGIII PEITIOLEIIIII
Ors= ow raw Yrrrsworaon Gazarra 1
Tummy, March 8, left
CRODE—The market for Crude continues
weak and unsettles, and some holders, in or
der to effect males, seem diapong make
concessions. We eart report a sale of die bble,
in bulk, (43 gravity) at lie, net, to the seller
and we she heard of a small sale at 17. The
arrivals although fair, ire not as large as was
genera/1y anticipated, and a lalegram . from
Oil City tho weather cold, and
the river full of heavy iloatimi ice, which will,
of course, barite' :tendency to retard naviga
tion. no advicesfrom Sheeran continue very
unfaverabie, the rwMipte being .reported
large, and the demand, for inuitedlate de
livery, limited.
triumaction In bonded oil
continue Tarr light,. and tho Market is dull
anti unsettled, although than is cOnaiderable
indulry far future delivery, We have but one
sale toreport, lie bbls for April delivery, in
Philadelphia, on private 'terms. Ourrnerto
are as pereistent as ever in their reinitiate ,
millet the AVMs now betug offered, both for
Dresent and future delivery, preferring rather
to hold their 01l until the market improvea,
and better pried can be reeled. -Free Oil is.,
dull and entirely nominal at 37108 for prime
t WpT "n ia l _ L AND . imunnat-Th n th
mg doing either of. Mum artic les, an d c o
the ammo° of tronoildo. Awes, We omit qttota-
4
I "
-t4.
ARRIVALS...The aryl ' vale of crude by the
Allegheny river elate our last report, were es
. -Risher A IRO, t.. 301 !Jae. Willdult ' WI)
LevllVade. . • T: .:: _ t 4 9, Brewer &Burke.... L 54
Total • - , , .. •. '
-4 -
PY4,,047E:4774,41Vk;,1-Zrria":Fo
• ; rrTanto MARKETS.
* l l l
o rosamseldeathikssis.-
The general maineit markets lisle under.
Pug' Pt elanaltettnewayew the other ,
ana'wlt3t a Miry ' Thflhtbd olentaitd Ler all of die
/Wang edßlln Oditicaore base but few roiled
Ibtliperatknia r iortimrt,' '
GRAlN—Wheat Is drill but unchanged—sale
,
of 1 car goal uhlo Red at 01,90. Oats very dull
tat 'Ondhanged; sale of 1 - car On track, at 41;
Ma mill sales from store at, the miasmal-
Mee. Corn Isalsoormeetllngly - dull—gab, of
2 ears nailed. at M. Barley nominslat 75 for
S f rlng, and SO for Fall. Rye is still quoted
FLOUR—Li alder and unchanged. .
talcs from store at agyrti&for
ha?lortnitte Wheat'
mylorsl f l b iCtr " . Eye Flour lardn'T—
a* at .5 1 ,015% per bbl. Nothing do
ing In Buckwheat.
PROVISIONS—Bacon is dull but unchanged
at 14#11 3 § for Shoulders; 17017%.f0r Stoles,
and for Sugar Cured llama. Lard is
dull d nominal atIVACBS for prime kettle
rendered. Mass. Pork is dull and nominal at
B. No movement In Bulk Meats
fiEßlM—Closer needle dull and neglected,
with a supply largely In excess of the demand
--stiles of 11 sacks reported at SW, per boaheL .
Flax seed is in amend and ' sells readll3r 'at
1 %75 411,80. Timothy Seed-Is selling In small
11041ff—lil In fair demand d steady bat
unchanged,• sales of goo d an
Eau re
ported at Zeal. , ,
EGGS—Vary dull and irregular sales of
i TjkEtrfeEL-. 7' 1% steady, a l ' lth late/ of p_ritne7
, Goshen at 2.4 15, and common Ohio at wen.
POTATOBS—Stendy, with regular sales from
dare at $1,150140 per bush, and $3M3:331 per
DI/LED FlLlTlT—Atiplei at Lgelfo.
and Pdtches at 15Q1Se for quarters. and Nento
fbr balsas—pa.W into .
GREENAPPLES--Aro 'Olll4 at from $7lO
aS i ttibbl e as b d 3ssalltN
ittegeo — ia grke et a tg anpDpply Zerstblart
w iliNAP— l rse t ag at 3o to the trade, and
Wdip/l}e,in Mall lota.
nr. B --gteady, with regular sales from
stare per bush.
0/7—There Is a continued fair Jobbing de.
nand for No. 11 and we can report regu
lar sale/rat ilt,e3fj imor gallon.
ONIONS—Quiet r steady at Ago to a 3 per
bbl, ante quality.
ASHES—SaIes of common Soda Ash at ta,and
Pearl AIM at 18—stock
CRANBERRIES—Sides of common at 0146/5
per bbl,ead cultivated at $204rr....
Esitimove Volflfeenarket.
RALTIYORI, March 3.—During the early part
of the - week the 'market for coffee was very
quiet, but within thelaaCtwo .or three days
'there has been more inquiry -for it, eau we no
tice sales of 1000 bags Rio ex-"CrLoket," at la,
gold in bond. EN bac i lLin lota at from 1
to I.lc, gold, &net= LeClair" at tic, go d.
The market is quite tone r espeolatly
for prime grades Rio, which are scarce. We
quote to-day as follows, viz; Pilo at 13019140,
gold, for common to fair; I:O r dfllaforr good to
gfi 2 n i a t tl g d/11 , 110", a r k Id ol , e t hoZ 3 Laguay i r d a
The stock in firel v an a second hands is
about 11,500baga.
ettlesio Market
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, March 6.—Flour dull. and tm
,ehanged. Wheat steady at OA for No. L
Corn quiet at SOO for reamed. Oats dull at
21e for and 24c for No.l. Rye, Ede , Whis
ky, 52,24. Mess Pork dull at 026. • Bulk Sides,
121.4 e. Shoulders, 10141310,:e. Lard weak at
llarl73{,u. Petroleum, Wuoc. Hides, 634 c.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Finance and Trade in New York.
Nam Yoaa, March 6.—At the last Stock
Board the prices wore hardly sustained.
Erie. New York Central, Rook island and
Michigan Southern. are being monopniated
for the Mae, but buyers find . different work in
view of the °outlasted Increase in earning,
and the buyers interest. The following were
•
the closing prices at 4.31, P.. 11 :. New York
Central, 181; Erie, SS; Hudson River, laN;
Reeding, Efili; Michigan Southern, 71; Pitts.
burgh, 76%; Rock
For
North }Vesturn,
MX; do proferred,aßfa Fort Wayne, MI.
MONET.
41dliede Market.
Varattkpra.. Nandi &—Parrolenin very
=settled at WSW few 4:2114, 415114241 e for Re
fined Wanner, and mow Tat' do Me- Peott.
dons have a declinin g tendenen Mess Poll
42:A SS IAr ,rlf,L4 d ull
- hontood Ited4l2s..lJorn nes a de
,
aiming tendeNt 71. far Yellow. Whisky
! vary (Lull at 2,a1. Stooks hen vy; Penn-
Weenie State, 5,4; Heinllak, 48,15,1. i; Penn
aylvania Railroad, C. Gold, 1434.
OH and 111111rrins Storks.
Nine Yoss, March 6.-01.1 and Mining BCocks
were active and firmer ; BennebOff Run open
ed at 1545 and sold up to 16,00 ; Brooklyn IP ;
Palmer 4,M; Ylthole Creek weaker at CAD; OH
Creek, iir; Excelsior. 140; Beaton Gold GtimiOt, 1,93;
, 18,00; Hope, 4,2 t; Quartz Hill, 4,ilS.
IMEPOSTA BY HAILBOAD.
PITTeIIIIRGH, FORT WALTER it CHICAGO. E. It.
March hides, NV A B Clark; 15 ears wheat
Liggott & cm 50 bbls oil, A Wolltme; I ear
metal, Nlmlck & co; 250pgs lead,J B Lyon; 100
MIR flour, Shomaker ⟪ 150 do dm Watt
& Wilson; 40 Able sorghum, II 'Total & co; 130
gO ‘g io n to 4 (l4 m a r laltiVrl: r ep_' li ta;e1:11 i
Long; luu bbls flour, T p i g s n • iou bola norm
Slunnaker a Lang; 7.53 pg iead,'J B Canfield;
14 aka eed, I cask tallow, I bbl eggs, Graff &
Bolter; 320 bgs mill feed, J Glenn; 9 page but
ter Ido eggs, H Long: 1 bbl eggs, Kirkpatrick
:3 `Herron; lammetal, Bryon Coughs".
CHILITILAND a PITTBSORGH RAIL /SOAR.—
Feb.o.-14 tpkgs leather, Bell It Baird; 1 bbl
011, MeClaren a blegiennem 2u bbls barytes,
Schoonntsker A Son;104 Slour,Shcrmaker
‘Laugll Car feed,H Ens jrz 59 bdls handles
Tones A gainick; ears potatoes, T C Jenklnsi
4 C4llll lumber, Aubrey, Cromlow A Coon; 1
fl l r C li i 7l l ll utte :e G t i cres a ; S zzaN le aririf,
bills spokes, Day & Haydifni_lo_orgs tobacco, J
ccarTh i o u rn . m; G lD ec rif u s a; ll l s t l . ,..a ii Myers co; 9
m eggs, 11 Itoblson
coi97 ski rap, kteCtillOugh, Smith co; 7 kegs
lard; Wm Pi 1111arris.
Perrenrraou, Cowman; Awn Corctrarnaer
March pkgs fish, Wm Haslege; S 2 do do t
B Riddle; 10 do do, John Dania - 4.y; 50 do do,
lialeley; 12. do do, Seibert & Morgan; S care
lumber, B Schmldt,o64Apes bulk meat, P Han.
ns. & co; 00 pkgslish; Kirkpatrick & Bros 60 do
do, John Floyd & co; 12 aka barley, Spencer &
McKay; 4 bbls onions, 2 bblii eggs, W P Reck a
bbls,
co; 17 bgs
Moore . barle, Mcanor & Harper; 50 empty
D-B y
A.I.I.LONIINT STATION, Hann] 6.-25 oil bble,
Carson & co; bits barley, C Eberhard,• 1
pkg butter, I do aggs,R Pterson; 242 bi
reed, Voeghtly & Bopp,• Ibbls Saxsee W
htoorel 1 car - lumber, C C Boyle; 2 care wh eat,
Kennedy & Bro;-4 do do, Gilmore, Simpson &
coil do do, Noble & Angel; 10 bble &spies,
Owens & Kennedy; 1 bbl whisk - y, T C Redd ick.
invoirrs EY szvEs.
Loorsvu-ra—Psts 12stawalut.-3 birds tobao
co, Wersuur & Bro;1 bags feathers, Rirkpa
trick & Bra; 6do do, Jos Craig; b bls taboo
cb, Ihi do, W & I) Rinehart; whisky.
95 do flour, 3do dry apples, 13 lulls cotton; 1
do begging, Clark & co; 13 p k g s steel, Hussey
'Wollg &col 9.5 bbls liquor, Isaac Stern; 40 bales
cotton, Holmes, Bell & co; 38 hhds bacon, Sho
maker tr. Lang; 27 ylloge furniture, Lemon &
Weise; 1 be books, B L Fahnestock & coy 2 half
bbls varnish, 1 bbl do, Jos Moyer & Son; 1 do
do, J P Scott; 10 Was tobacco, J 8 Dilworth &
,co; 50 do do, 12 kgs mustard', C W Werbits; do
anedlelne, J Henderson & Bro; 1 do do, Geo A
Kelly; 3 do do, Whitmore & Bo; 25 bbis spirits,
F Evert; 1 do hams, Lippincott it Bakeweill 30
bbls molasses, B Li Myers & co; 15 Wads hams,
Wm McElroy; 100 tors lard, F Sellers & co; 14
pkg. groceries, Capt. J L Rhoads.
Br. LOIIIiI—PEK Cotausts.-.-3 pkgs furniture
Lemon & Weise; 15 do tobacco, R & ;
30 tons metal 1043 blooms, Nimlck a co; 10 tons
metal, 8 Reynolds; 4 do do, Pennock & co; 06
bbls fire clay, H H Collins; 64 do do, T Coma; 25
bbisoll, Penns R R Co; 24 pkgs machinery.
Porter, Miller & co; 45 tons metal, C Knapp; 15 ,
bhds tobacco, no consignee.
Columbia Porter St. Louis.
Delaware Herten Cmetanatl.
Viola Wheeling.
Oil City.
..loordon.
DISP4Strt It.
EmmaGralem.Stull ... Zanosr We.
Armenia _McCallum—Neer Orleans.
T.etil Leol l ....llamliton......Parkerabn rii.
Viola Oil City.
Peerless...- - ..ALL City.
.Bussell
BOATS LEAVING TO.DAT.
Forest City....Gortion
Hobs. Moore —Marotta
Emma No. B...Maratta
The river continues to recede steadily at this
point, with about eight feet in the channel by
the pier markn last evening. The weather
continues clear and cold but very favorable
; for out door operations. Private telegrams
from 011 City yesterday reported the Alle
i gheny falling rapidly at that point, foil of
; heavy floating lee. and weather very cold.
I The following dispatches were received at
the Board of Trade to-day
CINCINNATI. March 6.—River has fallen two
I feet during the last 24 hours,and Is still falling
I slowly. The Revenue left for Pittsburgh last
night, with a fair trlo.lllfforktown arrived to.
day en route to Nashville, with a splendid
trip, and full of passengers. Weather clear
aba cold.
! Loamy-flax, March a—River falllng,with 8
feet 6 Inches in the canal by mark. Weather
! cloudy. Silver Cloud departed for Pittsburgh
yesterday.
Sr. Loma, March 6.-10 a. m.—River rising,
Iwith 14 foot hence to Cairo. Weather mild -
snowing.
• The Columbia, from St. Louts, arrived on
Monday night, and the Delaware trots, Louis
ville got In yesterday, both having good trips.
The Forest City from Parkersburg was due
last night, and will doubtless be found In port
this morning.
The Armenia cleared for New Orleans last
evening, with a epleddid freight ,Arip, and
quite a number of passengers.
The Rain. Moore did not get off for Cincin
nati and Louisville last evening as expected,
being unable to complete her cargo, but she
will leave to-day without fall.
The new and elegant passenger packet Em- !
ma No. 3, Capt.. J. B. Maratta, Is filling up
rapidly for St. Louis, and will leave this after
noon without fall. She has superior ruierimmo
dattons for passengers, and is In charge of
cateful and experienced officers. Our old
friend Eakin has charge of the office.
The Camelia, Capt. Lytle, is announced for I
Nashville, and all intermediate points forth- ;
with, and the America, Capt. Gelding, is next
-on the list for New Orleans.
The neat and - commodious Kate Robinson,
'Capt. Relit. Robinson, in next on the list for
Cincinnati and Louisville, and will get off to.
morrow o; next day.
The Forest City, Capt. John Gordon, Is the
regularpacket for Parkersburg to-day,-lesv
ins at 11 a. m.
The importer, is loading at K. Lord» for
Pittsburgh, and th e Revenue and Financier
were loading at Cincinnati, for tide city, on
Monday.
!STEAMER LENT LEMTI.
__—... f ., ! ,.
d l-uaLeis Pagersburgh every Wednesday and guar
......MiligniairPS. ' Laves 31'heeling every Thursday and Sunday. at
i 7. m.
ow I Mir Connections going down are made at Wheeling
STEAM TO AND FROM LIVE., and Sonar with the Cleveland and Pittsburgh train,
POOL AND KITEENSTUWN (Ina-s-vni twine a which leaves Pittsburgh at 5305 y. m, and Cleveland
week. The MIAS LINE. sailing at tt= a. m. Also, with trains of Pittsburgh. for
EVERY SATURDAY, , Wayne and Chicago Hallway, which leaves Chicago
at ID p. m_ ..• and at Marietta with Marietta and Cm-
EVERY WEDNESDAY, shinall Railroad. and with steamers to all points on
the Muskingum Hirer; and at Parkersburg wit
CARRYING U. S. stems. early train on thellaithnoniand Ohloßllroad. and
1 with Daily Una ittawnters to Pomeroy,
Gallipoli.
Tickets mold to and from Ireland, England Scot- ! Ironton, rortsmouth-Maysvilleand Cincinnati.
Land, Ortmany and ..nee•
Ir g r & D erVigit t grATS t iVllTarcy ' ,'"el, Tallta.eutf
A, the COmPaare Ofter.
JOON G. DALE, Agent, rain, by which pomander, irrive at Cleveland al
vie p. m., and at Chicago at 7300 a- m. next morning.
16 Broadway, N. Y. JAS. COLLIBB & CO., Agents,
•
-.1.... i
rAt Wharf-Boat, root of Whod St.,
• , PITTSBUMMII
• Where , freight will be received each dae - - `-'
r:1940:4134:
,
FRESH ARRIVAL GROCERIES. ! l'
, m' day -- ,up to
W 0503
200 bbls. moo. I Shen, Bfackerel: . F OR CINCINNATI AND
100-tudves do do do
N quar.a do do do
LOVISVILLE.The new and els.
O
AO kits do do 'do : fill . " ' leciialistr"
•o n !sum tor the above and al(isgt.erteirlantiellpeorta"‘
50 bbla. No t do otto
litlealves do do do __..-
1 "' i rli or rro Uß3D lobt. t a Y ry ". .is 4 ag P e . Tidy on board or to
WWI, No. I largo do -.-- --
50 halves - do do p...---- , ed,,7 PLACK & C LINGWOOD. Agents.
5013b15. do toodtgov o
I rO b lIo " I VVr i eVlig g'
Fa bageggiuse RID Calvet_
M.WAlts. do Porto Woo Ungar:
.....-M do fair to grime Cuba bug.;
--;- lab bbli. Refined Sugm., assorted;
So do N. 0. Plautatlon Molasses;
Zr de rono Rico . do
BO do Cuba do
2 d.ge.saurrii=7Pi b"od,'
500 bat& No,lBoll, .
With a good oasortment or all other' goods to our
line, for sale low hv -•
roaN I. nousz a inontrfts,
AM Corner Water and Omni:Meld sts.
-............_.,
PRODUCE CONSIGNMENTS NOW
n- IN EITUREs-140. bbl.. Plot Hominy, 20 bbis.
P 3331 / 100113 Y,_* bbj. Dried?eaches. halves; 30 do
do, quartets; Bodo do. pared; 26 do berries, Ws In;
II do do, - plts ontilltdo Libiekberrlos; ID do do V
, derbonlostlo do Fteaoh 'Clperints; 23 do York litme
Dried Apples:' 60110 Oldo do; Abdo old • do; no doe.
caned Brea rowboat WO dos. do Tomatoes; 76 ko t p
Country Lord; in Obli. do do;Ni dodo Winer;
. si WoWESIOd; 20 bsgs Byes Si do Timo th y Bee
00 boxes reistitty Choose; 60 ,do Worsens. Ileserre
del Aldo rsignins Dairy do; 60 lads. Bbolibark Hick
ory Bolsi 6 Wiin ?rash Roll Batter; Wbalfbblpilos
,26 /top ;rooked do. t 4S if ! v i I mi dat.42rsantr s =l; t r n it de;
.1 4 614 1=1;_rrotatons; 6Pi P tfo Western Onifts l
- l a d° 310 Isidds: do prime Apple Dueler.
20 Ale: tbs. Bessie; 10 do Cbesjnotsr bus. Wel
no4lllo43oll4,:lltraltioit klenoy. ForVoirvoilia,.
PIIOMICE ONCONSIGNMENT.
Mae
limed rued' Paulus •
Milers and vaster resumes{
ifrTen pplev A lA " BeftL d Blow gitatoes;
and Tallow:
tio g ten !t ' ese r. • 4 ', ' ,l3
." Canuetl Peaches and Tomatoes, cheap;
' • -:.,.Cora Meal and Pearl Barley;
:Ali . P4 4 ,1 ' 1110 tr andneed
.
ottered for att e fo aest
West by , BAF r cash t I w
F
H, 21* Linen, street.
1 11 700 ". 4 . ditto eidoll7 Fl•Tur•
•
do
• prime
i whir .
ppie;.;
191 ' "?.!: _ el' h Vgo r ie Potatoe.;
•de
o D - o r r i i ed bu A m PP i l l . o l ta 4
u
es
' lmab Almiebas; ;
tr"ls td: z qzzn
AMSTE=Vonerof Martel and 1 1,00
CONSIGNIKENTIL
b .°4llftas regr:
fresh reaches;
Mr do do .Tomatoes:
'l% bash. Cdidd Peaches—haired:
.23 tads: lowa. Onions;
SOO da prima Gredtt Apples:
Ouzo Iftztaind rdled.
To t rlve add dmitu.dearddrvidn.
AHD
Setup Iron
• ;kJ wpidNeirad Ai l7 Imo and 4 bales 15taft, Woo
Dry-s. Wool, 4 -
-CDP-iel=jesearrfagir tb*l"-alt.M
'trawl to.
VEDIUEL
4111:1d4 SaagLl4l;trldo the%
OgirprOC„tiVikano "ZZL 4 '4°."
AF 2lO*
corro°344'
es an aping
Iton-nowaulle An mu 4. •
N_-46,,, T . v .tor,
,c7r
TRAvELERs , Gulp*.
mini and Departure of Trains:,
Perulurylvalito Vairtral.laws&
.. ..
Departs. Arigras
=lll. nilgall . 4. .. . Ign a M
Altoona WO a in:Past itn;:....'. .. 7.:4D am
Creclunatirgarpis LW • mist Wall . 3 i sdn ere
... ... ir.",....... u., 4 fnt I t
w i vy m.. 7:55 a m
win .
... SAM se
Jobe/town Aein. 4:15 p miJohnst 'is 4.47.30,03 .3 m
r ,,,, 14, 3 d , 105:0 pmlPitt.lErie L .12:55 pm
333 Walt simirra.. 0:29 a m 'Baltimore 4 1325 pm
34 .. 10:45a mgd Wain mm ... 135(ipm
34 .. .. COS pml Phlira /...... :imp in
'Wrenn Accom4lo:3sp mini Penn A .. 615 ptit
id .. •• II:01p M 1 Altoona AL dom.
tititmint ...turnip In
2 .
The church train' eaves Wale` SWAM every
Su d Op. in.nday et Miiii •=4 returning. Ravin 'Pittsburgh at
I
Pittsburgh. Columbus and Cineinnati .
Ds p a r to.
.. Arrfirs.
fut. Line 2550 ain rest arum. ... . . , ;seam
Ball ...... ......... 6:00a m Lan........ -. 1113 p m
B ag ir " '''''' -- "W
Dm
ft +7s getlifentc;: thUs m
itenbenville Ao
ciiii.d4,,non .. p m commoUation ..10:lo e m
pitit=h, Pb, Wayne and %dead°.
Mures, a in Express . 25X1 a a
X.:prase ...... ....
_:yl . p m Express .'.."..... ampse
tUl r'" .71:: trr..: ....
........ Mr,:
Wheeling Expe4 5:11lp m .
New Brighton Accommodation leaves alleshan
waa. ..,, 1 ,..... t . ii . :;; . g1yi:0. 11.12d 5:4u mow
my, Mal p. in.; Wellsville. 3:50 o. 111. p.
a,
.
. ..
Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Wheeling,'
prism*.
:liress —.yr.... 2:401• us l Express I:58 pin
Ex rear 260 p m I Exprese 10:111p m
—. .—. A ccommodation . 613 a MI Express 2.Z11•m
Steubenville c leaves AdiegbenY at
It arta tn.
Pittsburgh and Come ellsvine.
Dtputs. Arrives.
sr . L . Utill a WWI SUS Pim
s ...... .... MO p mExpress ..... ....M a. AD m
rat. Meesportllloo • mist MaKeFiport„ 4:60 * m
bi .. .. 6:16 • :nod . 2:06 a m
alzrea7 Valley liaure t ;i.
arre.4
tail ca..m m r. Tr:
Expreas 6:10p in Mail
accommodation. 1:40 p m Acoommadatlon N:. • m
Pittsburgh and Erie Railroad, to Ott
City
and Franklin.
Anises. Depiorts
I . 41. ° Ata r b e uliii . 7 ' Pe P rti N azu o. r au C itlTc*X:,Tur
Beaver auey.
srownsville Boat—. Grant and Water lets.
Arrives
. t 0.....„. .... . .
4:00 pm180:6•m "Minna
arta pin
Harmony Stage, Bt. Clair et.
Arnow
et ti. la. I . 1.Z.1 . .
Boiler Stage•—bo. 11 fit. Clair direst.
Arrive..
, I i t i *P'"U y in:
Wal l: 1 W" Shrodo"-Hare's L itoiel
Arrives.
ig P. ut. I
,—_—_—,
EXCELS'S
R OMNIBUS& LIVERY STABLE,
CO PENN STREET.
JAI/ZS DAMN & SON. Proprietors.
vIINLEM= AND OA.BRIAGIIIISftruIshecI for WI
.ralosrttl. Also, Oarstsr toort Weddlogsfe
0 1 1. a I trY O l 4 n . 1 6 ,7 4 ". " 1'1471d
STEAMBOATS
1866.
SPRL%G ARRANGEMENT.
MONONGAHELA RIVER ;
Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Geneva,
UNION LINE,
i..aLcsic.mrr cic)3!mec,,r,
Will run three daily dde-wheel .teamer. between
PitUbilret Monongelroiseity, Brownsville. Hlse's
Landing. reen.boro. Geneve and the Drinkard UIl
Thl. line le composed • of the following
steromers •
FA LEGRAPH YETTE CAPT. IL C4Fli ri t t
TE CAPT. D. BGH
FRANKLIN. ..... . ........CA PT. Z, CU A RMAC. ER.
G ALLA TI N CAPT. A. B. CARLILE.
These ;maxis will leave Pittsburgh daily at II a.
tu e dj I ... o , lo7 , t o lnl ink d ay, when the departure
Pittsburgh y
p. V.,Edkr
3 a. m.
.Parkereburg
.01:m1/math
..St. Louts.
• . .
da
RErChgraci—Leares grosniarille for Pittsburgh
Lea a e 7 G r m ee n n b d o ro .
sand
Genera at ll o'clock;
Rice's Landing at 2 p. ro.
Leaves Monongahela. City at 5 o'clock.
The line Is contigsed of drat-clam alde-uhecl
S teemers. built expressly for the trade. They will
be commanded by °Moen of to Ltptriellet, who
will pay particular attention to the wants and com
at the hour
fort of paasange
a4rertisedrs. The boats wtil leave prompVy
Freights Received at all Rears.
Vor thriller partOvilinßinclieLllo,ii......4b.
At the Wharf -Bost, toot ote . ettAltl i .a
Brown.,,n. a.
HUD, SAFETY AND COMM
COMBINED
PITIORGII, TEREING, ISRIEITI & PAREIESIMI
DAILY PACKET LINE.
Comprising Um following drat-elms Passenger
Steamer
Steamer BAYARD: Oro. D. Moons. Haste,
Steamer LEN/ LEOTI; J.. Hamilton, Master.
Steuner FOREST Jet Gordon,
DOWN THEP--WYEASIER BA.YARDi
L Pittsburgh every Blond. and Thursday, at
U o'clock, . in.
Leave s Wheeling every Monday and at
9.10 p. m.
L
Leaves Plua STEA burghX ER
everLENZy Tuesd ay an OTI d Friday, as
Wils a. m.
Leaves Wheeling every Tuesday and Friday, at
TRAK FOST CITY
Leave* Pi tt sburg h ER
every We ßE dnesday and Saturday,
at 11 a. cu.
atapesL Wheeling every Wednesday and Saturday.
P m.
CP TRIP—STEAMER FUBXST CITY
La p. m Parkersburg every Monday.mul Thursday
_
Leaves4beellsig every Tuesday and Friday, at 7
m.
2
STRAY.= BAYARD
Leaves Parkersburg every Tueaday mid Priday, at
a.in. tete. Saturday,
Wheeling every Wednesday and
at 7
FOB :KEOKUK, 111111:14=1
v aINWAVN, 111.41)4DAIIIVE, DA
Co= An D ullßlTQle.. v7 Tne •
it i ni t en u n n ortgdri :Le i n% it?lrell.tig'tri A.
above Caw, and will leave ...above ablit the 1 6 t 3 / 4
Instati 0r41 . 10011 th ereafter as navigation on the
ViairdiV"vighltrrAPalfa. Cfreatiltlrela'r I,
pon CI E NCINNATI AND II
, LOz id igMt
MILL NASHVIL
yl A a m radii! passenger - steamer LE.
Will leave U above on, TlillESD/rith'lnit., at
"gignkl assagampill op_board,oreo
FLAPOIC e.nrwarstaWoo4.i. Agent*.
& NEW E ar im e
steamer
thlttatANS . .-1:e1 dna passenger
Capt. Gottirsci,
Will leave for the above and Intermodlate ports. on
SA ‘ TURCINT, lath, at 4 p. in.
!iti; TEArln i ttni NotrtrOT to
nuts:
P a it lML l SM ' sr r olltdit i
MEV. Capt. DANAtAaArri.
4,l;l4l i l i e t a s sbt .i init , her ns. and all intermediate ports
Itt " 4 "r o arri*OB 120`760 1
pon CAIRO; ANTI ST.Adr i t i
-• iouts—Tta splendid Steamier •
Fit i l:a l ie ° 4:above on E/1121 C L P A. 2 047p_'
av i trelgbt r o t rmairi c aailmizt r z ents,
PEGIDLAII PACILIETAgNe
M y r AW I V fat %Ta ll Ait I j iT
Ate_ " 0 • sterner A.
above and'aglgternjtat l ei : V iti
i u r .1%! rAta z ialrythria
en .
6.A.HIGHE AGILICULTURAL
zDuch.Tiozr..•
ACRICULTURAL SCHOOL.
I Of the Polytechnic fotlege of Pena,
TbaCOLLZGZ rAnn °Meurer, noir Owintoaa.
Ii north ot Philadelphia. nait r m eAv
arcriffitsis..lialifirgAZlPltlaL .na
a, A PlPPl:ll.7.ll7lgrirgi
BotarlY and Zoo': . Stains XeonontY ebta
olc
ittlist,bi. Dan 4,440, cutt..aum
~.4,4l,.,""ermarlguirOcA7‘44llrpis',ll,ll:
ig- aleniontary obi} -tiltonletsr.
neetestry to senora tut en • rot latenteri
~,,dtursher./Vrat" BEVNEDT, ht.
President Yinutty: College Am, Pelt-went* Pik
ins Box. Phllaaalphin MV:ttwltaW .
BROOMS.
PHOWNIPS IINIVERSAL:111ROORI
4.0 Thlli IrtteratjlintinfirgAttprald,
and tha ritarvigannis oppyrtAnrte
Imitate e
.f" i a toV A2 WW " Vrrit e g ii hrite es
g l art#shatt
o..tells VIV
girpr / b igh, can ori=l. 1 ivete , • t i
ucceu. O.
1866. 1866.
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Discussing 16 11 : 142Ma j dfas day—prtnted os
NRIV IND BLUM TYPE.
THE GAME
NOW °LAMB TO st
The Cheapest and Best
NEWSP APER_
Zit - 4, IFirsieres Pennsylvania. 1
4.41-vertisi zi r'
LnfliiiTAo4 or;41. :Dilators. EAST THIRD STREET
alai: I
„ r •* _ *tad CIAWAT it,
/aim as 02)...nrirrevaurrit
TIERDICAL.
GREENBACKS
ARE GOOD.
ROMA'S BITTERS
ARE ,BETTEIL
Boback's Stomach Bitters
After years of e;yerlence and trial, have proven to
be the best remedy ezuntger all corn_pletnts where.
table and stimulantare required. They never fall
to strengthen the weak. Impart vigor to the strong
and in all respes restore shattered and broken
doea constitutions. N o remedy has been received
wlth as much favor as ROBACIT'S STOMACH BIT
TERS.
ROBACK'S
BLOOD PILLS
CJiTPLM
SICK IIVAIACREI.I
Costiveness,
and 411 Inaeases of the Bowels
DR. ROBACK'S
Blood Pills,
Blood Pills,
BLOOD PURifIER
ARE UNEQUALED
1231=13
Scrofula, Syphilis, Skin Disease, Old
Sorest Salt Rheum, Dyspepsia
or Indigestion,
Sick - Headache,
Liver Complaint.
Rheumatism,
FEVER AND AGUE,
St. Anthony's Fire,
I FENALE COMPLAINTS,
GREENBACKS
ARE GOOD,
tilt! tiiigeti°l 11'17. 1 6,11=n etn' 9 l 44At:
and fertlVZ:gt kno w n tg1;01,113."
ROBACK'S
BITTERS ehoold be use 4 by oonraleseeute to
etrengthen the prostration %Tidal 4anny.
acute diseues.
themethe billets "district/. of the West and South
has, for •• long time, been much needed, an Sr
tide otatomach Bitters, whinh, LI taken In proper
quantities and it the proper Moe, are • sore pre
rewire or
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague,
Liver Complaint,. Dyope.paia,
Indlgestlon,Jiundice,lild-
ney Complaints, and all
• d!ixe, Better
ap Mir bilious deransament. repass
tag ta&systels& and ggttig tons to he digestive or
gl awlit a tVe ° wet ". be rem . 4. 7111 b e
sisetiospoiries tb. booth, rt
, / , z2 , 4 ,,- 31 , 41Att e l l : :blood having constantly si
_guard against epidem
and maladies engendered ay mamma and p o i.t.,
water.
- •
Travelers to westll resident. of, the reek
bottoms of theend south, and the valleyo
allastuippl end Its tributaries, ehould preeddethes
selves with the
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BITTERS.
PRINCE, WILTON & CO.,
Eamon tt tV. &back,
SOLE PROPRIETORS,
wlsom all orders tliOold w addrissed
I Nos. - 56, 58, 68 and 62
OIL WORKS
cAcomhazE...a..zrir.
OF PITTSBURGH. PENNA.
JOHN WATT, President.
HENRY M. LONG, Stey and Tred.cr
WORE&Iii IN TI MPERAACEVILLE
°lke, No, 2 Duquesne Way,
N Nu Suspension Bridge.
MANUFACTURERS OF PURE WHITS
JESILIZINIEINGIL
Brand—" Lucifer."
Tbls
Oil cannot be excelled for burning prop. , Se.
color or ilre leg 1, ayLL ist up In well seasoned bar
riltiihssrable for HOIII. USE., or EXPORT. 08.
Iv.
OILS—John W Aft, Robert 1., 010. Black,
C.ll l,Z HTrron,C C. Cslilwi•li If. H. ' C ' oillfls W.
Pond, !debt. Wslisfe, Li. W,' o..ent roll.
Jsl2:iond
H. S. W•111.Y. ..... .
WARING lir,.
CODIMISSION IfILIktcHAXTS,
hL. BROKERS IN
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
OFFICE, NO. 4 DUQUESNE WAY
i=•rrwismirrire.<2l-mr.. w.4L.
valayd
BONDED WAREHOUSE tot
PHENIX WAREHOUSING COMPANY,
Foot of BAlnc and Hon.loon Ntreotr
Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Storage for Refined Petroleum,
In Tanks and Barrels. See elreulars.
sir- tlice, No. In El/LAVE/I STBERT,
Naw
lOrk
ona•ly
STANDARD
Petrcaequa:sa3Moilaii.d3r - y.
CLARK & SUMNER.
Work■ and Ware. tonic.. Township
°MCI is Pirrhaution-2,1 WOOD STREET
Th... work. hate the largest rapacitythe coon
tr). The brand stands the highest to th n.
ls count In Europe, fur quality and Ore test , and tine oh
1. put In well seasoned barrels, prepared espechslE
for export.
Manufacturer. of 11111LEHli STILLS, TAN lin
luiprored Boring. Tools for Oil Wells. de10:1) .
SUPERIOR OIL ENGINES.
weere constructing, ono] tell keep oo hood
perlor style of
ICITLA igiva r x ramit3
WITH EITHER A Co l llo7i OR TUBULAR BOILER
We Invite parties needing engines for thin puma.
to call and me them, corner of I'l K E and O'HARA
STREETS, near Ctty Water Works.
lea MACKINTOSH HEIIPIELL A CO.
COMMERCIAL OIL WORD-
PURE WHITE BURNING OIL
Constantly an band and for sale
AT THE EMT EST DIAII2tET I itAl ES,
& J. H. SAWYLIt,
JAMES WILMIAS;
irnentntem, April 21 111.57 .
BliCautn AND Desaysti IP HEAD THE THCTH.—Do. liotelotr—l bare
dadghter who has taken several medicines for a bat
CRUDE AND REFINED OILS, cough without benefit, among Mem Ayer•• Cherry
Pectoral. I purchased from you • hotue of your
BM's Block, Duquesne Way, Pillebnawit i;r: , : t . r• w i . S „r r 7 , k::? beit.•:ebc• had used self • P.I"
rely of her mom}, "Joilletrifte°'
JET npeelal attention given to the sate and ship ''''' Rohl anon street, Allegheny.
ment of Petroleum and its products. Consignment
respectfully solleted. Postdate Ron let 5u12:17 Pirrenunctit, December 31, ifegt.
A 0 ite..AT CLINE BY lilt. ;SEMEN'S PECTORAL
SYRUP—I lee in Peebles township, Alleghen
county. I had a cough sod spittmg, whlCh col.
=cored about the 4th of Febntaty lost, and contin
mad eight months. I omployed the best physklarta
Forwarding apd Commission glerchans , In the t'obotr/. .J. 4 my cutllrli er"lntibbed 'onalotted
until early in nether. At rust time I was advise
And dealer In Oils. Illuminating, Lubricating, nnygsk-,,,,,,„0r01iccb-07,b,..,,r1%,-Difrep,,l4u,.%•:,
Crude Petroleum Olt.. etc., mmtantly on held and '
fur sate at the lowest market prices. Consign ..., m a. ents I had despaired of eta
; b e ‘s iti c o °u g g w h e h L ‘ l g ilti T I OTInTII. should ue [Down Ms
and otters solicited.
••'''' 'th Is valuable remedy w ill do for others what it h.
---...........,! ' done in mT case. JOHN C. LITTLE It
Witness: R. Id. Kann. Peebles, township.
A WOE DF It P r ltt 7 .7 t Tr 2l io ' l l ue r' UmAPittli U.
i nl
neighbor of nettle was ve,y 111 with .a tial * ottle.
which every one supposed to be consttmptlon. tit .
relatives told me that he had taken every rend'
: Vee e ltPrn a jit 01. ..V111° w u e t r:'.7.:llV. h e i jlrsi2Ofolfithl:.
r t ' lleZ d Y n .fl ,i r v .? . .il. h p o , d w= ti ga ' re i Vgh ; la d V, t ell a .
NUM? COLON 0? PINS & St CUM STREETA tirely cured m. to the astnishmentoVe. Wank
. Stat.{ monoase more remarkable, la ma =tree age
of the ,ho being about eighty yeara old. I have
no doubt the Pectosal cared flu MN.
JOHN IifeGINNIO.
_
Desires to return thanks to ills friends and the pub- ' DR. }SEMEN'S PECTORAL/SYRUP IN BLAIILS-
Iic generally for ther liberal patronage, and would I VlLLE.—Please send meanotberstipply Of your Val.
respectfully Inform them that he he Me return- [table Pectoral Syrup. Almost everybody around tut
eel from the Eastern markets with a large land well bas the cold, an d are engulfing forp“Dre Keyser'.
selected stock of . Pectoral Syrup,'• We have sold *lateen bottles the
not week, and are now entitelr oat. Mire A. Alter
• t o
ot, air. P e Maher. twin of Blairsville, Pa. told e
Fine Woolen Goods, ey would not be vrithont it to titer rnthas. La
,fa all It r re ., !4,}: , c t e r z . nt it again. ,
1'A....,!it liVi a t i ttli%d E t A ro n NENTLE.NlEN'S SPR m l i r
J. S. VATTERSON ik BONA.
-- January 30, DM.
J . HENN,
No. I ST. CLAIR ST., Pittsburgh,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
HENRY G. HALE.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
SPRING STOCK
BOYS'
CLOTHING
NOW RECEIVING BY
GRAY at LOGAN,
47 St, Clair Street
ITYDERT
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL
SYRUP.—Da. Ks - rain—Dear Sir: Excatethe dela)
°fitly acknowledging the excellence ofyourrettora
Cough Syrup sooner. I take great pimiento In mg.
lag that It is all you say It Is. It nocked...the noise
out of my cough, andthe worst one I was ever Millet
ed with. I have not used more thmkont-half of the
bottle, arid I can and do wish that all who are
no
• ed would give It as. Mira trial as I have Gone, an
No I& Fourth Street., Pittsburgh. Pa. OOPYINS they actin. proud to say, ••It Is no quack medicine.
all kinds, CRAPES, GLOVES, and every description woeld pot suffer another such an attack. for any
of Funeral Furnishing Goods furnished. Rooms onsideration, or ea any ensL I ans confident I tan
o ya i r itys, l 4. l ,.n s illi t ti , He;,g a s v e i gralearrtagesfurnishe l d , re . attezz o ffe d %ll , l . l3in g l ri t agld er, l i chen alweys
W: Jscolmer. D.D., Thomas Ewinti l e aT.Ob H e t stellent a remedy. Tonle at libe . rtinruse g col
Miller. Hard name In this regard as yon think Droner.
re:Art
Messenger Common Connell, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IL—t a r e eo stranger to my fellow-ell:Hens. 1111(1
METALLIC! all who atertain doubts can =malt me personally
MAHOGANY
13 ETALLIC E.F. P. •
MAIIOOA.NYI ANOTHER NEW CERTEPICATE.—DR, KEY.
MAHOGANY dEIPS PECTORAL had been troubled
UNDERTAKING! with a cough and cold for several weets•-so bad wa
UNDEWPAKING I ripat I could notateep. I had the advice and pm.
UNDERTAKING Gone horn three of the best physicians in thb
city, whom I could name, bat do not do so. I dimity
ROBE= WILLMAR, Undertaker. procured a bottle of your Pectoral //my, which
cured me entirely.
Office, No. i7B FOURTH STREET. (Slgnedl J. W. SIMONTON,
No. 20/Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Ps.
Undertaking in all Its branches. Mainterring '7';'""7 INC.
't yin g out ft" ' "hth a ° "'"" adE g a " e.s. 'T • STOP THATCOUGHING• "— , 'Hoer do itlu.
t [tendediiir32,:rptlAtsrutittrootc.4ll
, Go to Keyser's, on Wood street, and get' a battle of
to•-• 1 at reasonable tem..dent Ms Cough Pectoral. and if thatrion't care pow, your
•
ease must be desperate Indeed' This tea epeelmen
lIICI/ARD 'IOWA 5.:‘ —.ROLAND WIIITI. of the colloquy one hears every davin cold•cateltufg
HOWARD ,
A , warrx, .periods of the year. And we ma. Domsetna/ expo
/intent, cheerflilly concur In the adviser/ admoni
.ll72:ll.CAlDTEEkiMeirlllls tion as above, for we have tried the •`PeCtoral. In
a most stubborn mom, with entire maces. Near
ago a went to Pittsburgh, . with one of
Comm Itoomeatllancester Llverylitable. 117:most k ftsires ' slint. contrary, mullsh, muntbduable
Geezer ot Sbellield and Obartlers streets. toughs wo oter „esPerienmsd sleet_ . o e,esly.eti ,sepon
Or from Allegheny City and awaits this mundane sphere- ... cougueo steal/my 4.1 4-
promptly attended LO. .0.1•11 bOrlOYSly for one whilevrea i,
out, but It was DOE.. whale woe[.
It seemed bar to
have Improved by practice, sad to have acquired
strength, potency and dlatreasibillty by the opera
. 1,, os...vf th e stein. we coughed ear way
•t o Neyaers, No. 140 de al t Woo treet procured • City
cent. bottle , of the “Pecto".took It 'acCordllig to
directions, and In fOrty.eight hours we were menu
of We geld, the. enemy having anconditiontllztr
, rendered, after a brief. but unequal conflict w th se
formidable ad adversary as Keyser". fanielisCough
PectaraL —Nrountlretile Clipper Dee, 14,1111"
ALEX. AIKEN,
COFFINS I COFFINS !
WALL
• PApER
&c.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LI
WA_l_,l, r'AJP3EXI
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,
'V -EL Mt 1.. 10 C 3 CO 4MI it
Warehouse, 91 Wood Street,
Second door below Diamond Alley,
tetesdrod PITT! :it : OH PA.
WALL PAPERS,
In .clew Designs.
PLAIN AN D BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT COLORS,
Now Wi.e.oed:l72.ZlZ
IN GREAT VARLET", AT
107 Market Street, near Fifth
MS. R. IitIOR - RB & BRO.
Ikr;irvi al :4 VIM
SIAX) Goit i actuf, I V ERMIIN 4 .. G 7 g
for Obi DOLLAR B.Avas I D Smear andr th ar
tow 1
J. R. KENNEDY & CO.,
W I
l • rirrir Muon t t Han.).
se
Hold Huntlwg Case Vault,
Saver Hunting Cue vp'seeb,
BettrWCLaclerJewelry,on Avenfbr
Albums,
And ONE ntrxDRED °num NXV7 AND USE.
PIM ARTICLES, all at the average price of ONE
DoLLAR EACH.
Como mad me tOO Wan of ode.
J.titlf,. TZENNIELYY e. 00.,
0 Flf t tarsal. (Iwo doors below Ht00030n10.)
twa
S.R~CB.s
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_1
f. tli• ....ME NA..
- MORAL 11111 C/CMACIUMnakes: w i t h poly,
two Dona power. be Opp Ws a Mete_ per As ~
'nth wet/Austad edges tottAntitotto•mne::_ii
the machine does tot perform wtua we etalts tbel :
weWAllliVir hub bittl reread the nosey, AA
ArepAjt jitegma, Chetteral tAim u t ti wp
1111,4 ROW ailh
MEDICAL
1)a. KEVSEIFS
Pectoral Syrup
CURES CONSUMPTION
Cures Etrouchitirg
CURES COLDS,
C~.i~es.A~th]tyla
CURES
MI Diseases of the Lungs
/Qr.! Invite attention to value of the most extra
illnary enrea e 7 bly
Pectoral Syrup.
They are at howl, null any wile who has any don
eau Inquire of the persona who have been cured by
Attend to Your Colds
s iMt:t; Myelin` "r" " Da. "7
riTynnUntlif, January LI.
Do. KILYSSR: —nty wife has been attllcted with a
bad cough and dillleulty or breathing for five or six
years, which, for several years back, gradually
Inereased in violence , . The compliant boo bees her and she had been treated byseveral phyla
clans without any relief. In this stab of her easel
pnnured Romeo( your PECTORAL (VOUIIMIII.II'.
I bought., the gest time, a nay CVAi bOttlet W
Heard her very much; I then called and got s dolls'
cynic. which cared her entirely, and the bas sow n•
trace of the runner disease, except weamtess.
aroma also SUMP that I used the medicine rinmelf to a
cold and tough. 'The medicine cored me by ton g
one dose. I express my entire satisfaction with th
medicine, anti you are..at liberty to publish this
you desire to do so. WM. WILtSON,
Alderman, Fifth Ward
- wr • St avvrabar Uffia.
I /11. KlLTdall . L.:. I • not au ad suentlef patent
bleniCinee lu general. it affords me_pt satire lode
! sertbable to recommend your PECTCMII..SIntIn.
As a medicine. It Is well worthy the attention orally
person ,who may in any manner be afflicted wit It
coughs, colds and hoarseness orany kind,andlbr the
' peculiar qualifications for removing all that die*-
, greeable sensation attending a severe cold.
have been, snort Otte.. In my Ille,gafrected with
1 the severest of colds and boaraimeas. At tames my
throat would occonneso closed ml to prevent my
sneaking above • whtstler, and by lakingnfew Onset
oT the above Syrup It would rellwlliene entirely.
In recommending this medicine. I Mutt Unhesita
tingly say that It Is the best rentedr 7 'e'er found,
prirporting to cure the above, nor should any Yamilt
be without this remedy tor bilseasea.prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully.
Cashier CIEDWASUsens D epot/ Balm.
r Sevlt.s ph 10, klarchlf, ISda.
1 bare used Pr. ;het ror syrupBir • bad
cough of suNesul it,. • roes CatalYany
Say IS IS ch. lien Weals/11e Ito lUttansitee that I have
ever taken. A. W. PRICK.
•
DR. IiESEIPB, 1 1 41'01ILL DVlttie
Is pupas sad
DR. GEORGE H. KEYSER,
Na. 140 WOOD STREET,
IPissd7~`•~•w. PeZLWa.
TOOTHACHE nEamps.
A SURE OURS,
ribbarbil bad 01d by
DR. GEORGE _ FRYBBS,
1440:,r00d sftvet,- Pttgb tt i ; r
Pirko+ *I GM*.