The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, May 30, 1866, Image 4

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    PH. R. MERTZ,
Banker Broker, |
.118 Wood 81, near corner of Firth.;
Ail OeflCElpUonfl of Government lionils !
bought and sold on ltboral terms.
London anil Continental Ezebongo sold at
New York rates.
Gold, Silver and Coupons bought at highest
rates, and Gold Drafts issued on New York.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Tuxsbat, May 29, 1800.
. Gold opened at 13714 in New York to-day.
and rrtso 10(1.1$%, c«tmd, noj doubt, by the
heavy export demand. Mr. P. R. Mcriz'n New
YOrk quotations to-day wore as follows: isfi'«,
109; &-20'a, lo4o's, 96; 7-3DV UK'4#
Bennehoff oil, 12% ; Pithole Creek, - J 4.
United States, 6*4; Gregdryygold, J Ai-
Oor local money, market la working easier
for those Whose credit U long ttnndlug; Other
wise,lcnder» are careful. Itank stocks nre In
quired lor bat at lower rates. For Insurance
stocks, tbero seems u> be no demand what
over, and it seems impossible, almost, to force
•ales. Oil shares very dull, and with the ex-
Ccptlon of Columbio.4iro seldom mentioned.
Since Govornment bonds have advanced
and Loodou Exchange u easier, for ''■*> day
bills, there seems to be no other ground for
.the udvaoce In gold to-day than u comotnn
tion of speculators, who bought pretty largely
lost week ut from 137 to 139, hoping to run it
up sufficiently to enable them to sellout nt a
profit. The demand for gold Is comparatively
llgbt,and there i« a greater disposition mani
fested on tho part of those who held It during
and showed distrust in our government
securities, to soil.
Them are largo sums of money, ready now
to invest in 7*30 bonds, bat the present uues
are evidently not tempting enough to make
capitalists invest In them, yet tho case in the
money market, at tho money centres, may
stimulate the price slUl more.
liAllroad stocks are entirely ttx> much in
flated for anybody bnt members of the New
York cliques to venture In. Tho “ooruer'Mn
Cleveland & Pittsburgh seems to have boon
broken. Considerable money was realized by
Pittsburghers who held this stock. Fort
Wayne Is also higher, bnt tho stock 1* too
largo a “balk” to bo engineered with such
coso as tho Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
The advance la mluing&ml oil stocks in Xi-w
York was lost again to-day. Movements either
way in these stocks aro of short duration, it
takes bat a small capital uow to buy up large
quantities of this class of. stocks, and those,
who aro able to hold, and conduct their opc>
tions on ihqskmu principle they would »><>
other business, will, no doubtt, ultimately
realizo their most sunguluo expectations.
—lt will bo remembered that then* was an
evening exchange at the Fifth Avenue Hold
in New York about a year ago, which wa
forced to suspend operations by the force oi
public opinion It now seems to be reviving,
although the trausttetinns aro tnado j.ib ro«r>,
as tho following from the TForW, of Friday,
iatlioatci':
Oar reporter last evening noticed a large
crowd around tho messago board of thcUui
■'ted States Teteg apb company, and app» cach
ing to sco what thereto attracted them, h*-
hmd a carefully quoted stock list with 'Sold”
and "held,” rules “up to7U p. ra. M cute look
ing, sharp vlsagcd masculines roamed around,
anuconscloug of the irregular character o:
. their proceedings, they conversed in tonus
wlilob,iiko tho curses of the fiends, were “not
loud, but deep,” while at intervals long little
books wore whipped Out of interior pockets,
and rapid pencils transcribed: “lOOhioiYn
■ tral atS7%;” **S Erie. t»3%; “ti New York Cen
tral, 03}<r 91* tl<M>oo American gold, S'.*)-*."
Tho cutty made, clap went the books, und uiu
: surreptitious speculators relapsed into inno
cence and Idleness. All tbls was done more
by algus than words,and proves that a
nod's as good os a wink to a blind horse,” so
1s a whispered inquiry and siiontaye responsu
as good to a night speculator, as tho vocifer
ous yellinga and counter bids to & legitimate
• day broker.
Without questioning either the lorftimuncv
or reverse quality of these very quiet and out
of time sales, it Is but fitting to chronicle and
call attention to tho revival of the “Evening
Exchange.”
—Tho McElhenv Oil Company has declared
a dlvident of two per cent on its capital stock
of two hundred thousand oollrru, und tbo Am
. bcrOtl Company (office in New York) ban de
clared a dividend of llvo par cent.
—lt seems (says the Philadelphia ledger) a.-
if the recent ptvnloln England were a jtulg
inent upon the ruling- classes of that conn; ry
wtio have such unfriendly feelings toward.*
the United Stales. For tno past five years tin:
Ixradon Journals, with but few exception*.,
hare been predicting a financial collapse in
this country, and laying the scene at New
York. Day alter day they Imre UtoagliT the v
detected toe first symptom*, ami bo told Ui.h r
readers, and ut length the panic cum<> —t>«.t
- not at new York, where their boj**. won,!..
■ liavc placed it, bat i.t their own door*»n ion
don, sweeping like wildilro through the
‘ metropolis and dothroutng the muncy ki.«j!*>
on all sides. It seems tiiat this and the fact
■ thaVln thofaca of the great disaster Ameri
■ can securities exhibited suck wonderful wtcad
lneas, were intended as a lesson to those w ho
■ haveso long wished evil to the United State.-.
' —The Merchants’ XaUunai Bank of Chicago
bos instituted suit against It. iiatchiiigs Hath
. ger, Aipbeus C. Uadgur, and OcLavlos r. liid
- gar, to tccorcF* damages laid ut kiS.two, in >«
- pica of trespass on thuotse- ’This matter, aim
which-the fb-anelul public ureacqualnted, u
, . seems is to bo settled uy the Courts. ,11- 11. Bad
.. gor lias also been iudiotod for obtaining
■ money under false pretenses.
’' —The how York Tribune, of May 2Stb, say's :
• “The proposition of the Treasury Depart
■; ment to establish”* Sorting Bureau” for-Xiu
tiooal buuk notes attracts considerable attun
;■ tion,and Us effect upon thO money market is
discussed. If it 16 intended to mako a general
. demand upon banks which In the opinion oi
the Secretary has too ranch circulation, but
ono result con follow, and that a contraction
of circulation,with wldo-nprcad liquidation
and a good deal of Ti»r
Stain legal tenders are.so much preferred to
atlonal bank notes, that the momeui any
. thing like oonnter redemption Is - insisted
. upon,many National Banks will be forced to
wind up and sell their government stock -
AS Bailing any largo amount of Five Twenties
is the last thing tno Secretary desires to brlns
v about wbilehUfivcper cent funding scheme i*.
In abeyance, little fear need bo entertained nr
any vigorons sorting of currency and rodemp
. twra in greenbacks. There Is *a good deal of
. cooseivaUfe talk and rumor from the Pi>
partmebt, but Us whole action is in thokiln-c
-tlon of expansion, wuh smoli prospiet «>i
change before the meeting of Congress.}
. .New York Stock and Money Market.
. NxwYobk, 'May©.—'The PosPt monel art [-
" ' clo says the Stock Exchange ore tho hibruu*-
. ing ease in tho money market, usd the ilctiv i
tyln all descriptions of government sfccun
- Ues.forwluch thorole an increasing 4oiuun*i
i from Investors, savings banks and monied in
siltntions. Tho loan market is easy, ant] both
tho disposition and the ability to lend are *r>
much* increasing that easier, rates prevail.
• The current rate IsC}^per cenL, bat G accepted
in certain cases/ !
The stock market is dull but steady. : Gov
ernment* are better, especially the 7-3t)j aftd
the 6s ofJflGl.' Railroad shares are without
-. much change In prices, but the Iran, uqtlon*
arabeavy. * Erie fs lets affected by the sens*-
, tlon rumors of the hears, relative to its Shan-
Oial condition, and tho price has fluctuated
from GO toffi, before tho drat regular t.c»*lou.
Michigan Central'vras -.gaotiul at 97; Erie, at
GOMQwK* Michigan Southern ot TO,Qcvu-,
land ana Pittsburgh, •
AflortheJloattCKew Tork Central was uno*
ted«t9C%; ErltLQu&THlcUJgan Southern, «•*
Cleveland and.Fiuabnrgli, ss%} Nort h Wcm-
Western preferred, For*
. Wayne. B&fr Ohlo and Mississippi (Jcrtiflcaie.3,
* 2%;. .
Later —Erie sold atfiO& Foreign Exchange
Is quiet; bills at sixty days on London nr<*
quoted ,itt ! 1 03$£©109*i, ana far anmmorciiU,
'laKCQltyfti for Irankers'do utshort siglit,abij[
©111! for snort sight hills there is on active
.. . ooioaed./' - .
i< . The money market is quid, at6<J7pcr «em.
sterling quiet Gold is witWt
decided cnnngc, opening til 137%, advancing to
land closing at isj&.
. .Government stocks moreaclivo and \% buU
ter. Freights to Liverpool moderately aatlve
.agU.wlthnutznatetiaichangein rates. Stick*
lower. ’Gold337Vs. Pittsburgh, Ft. Waynoutiid
Chicaao, 98J£; Chicago and liock Ulaad,
Chicago iiwf Xorthwcstern.SOt do. picfcitx'u,
- OTtf; Illinois'Cofltral.l,l9; Michigan Central,
<• 10%; Reading, 300 s Hudson, Erie, KV
do. prefettoo, G7ti; New York Central, k;V
'' - Cleveland ami Pittsburgh- U2 i4j iVcstem ft i»-
lon Telegraph Company,. Treasury
sdeerioiiK&M; do. 3u 1(M{; Missouri 7s 7t; Ob to
' andMUSiasippicertlilcuti;?. 2St£. 4.
- At the # o'clock call, the following were ftlio
principal sales: Quicksilver, MW; llarijirf*n
, ..prefmxOdi Western Union Telegraph
. ■ Company, yew Yo.k Central. V7>/; Hne,
Michigan Southern, 71>\;
• ' Dispatches. from London represent Gist
there was some doubt aboot the-resumption
. r of Ait Mprton Pclo’s Jlanklng House. Tboy
- ftirthdr that tho dUßcnUlbs of the concern
.. had boon greater than was generally
posed-n j, - . ,
TJto market for Pctroloum and Alining
.. shares wastlull and lower this ufrernoon. Pe
troleum-stocks: , Uennejioiriltun, 8 10, 1±25; i
Blectle OU, S 3, 1,80: Excelsior, 32; CenifcU,
2,00; United States, t>3,&,Kh Now York and aj- ,
legucny,s,Vs; Pithole Creek, BS, 2,w. Minftrr
' stoefai:’ Urea GoiiU S», L. 5; I
4O; llaltuau Gold, CuntMl ■
GoJd,9s;cmUh.andParmlee, SSX.tl.t'O. ■
*_*•’■*' YorSt Market* 1
Nxw Y*oax, hiay so.—cotton quiet at 12c |or
middling; salca or uip week, 2.200 bulca; K
celpti nt ftU'pCdt L5OO liaits; csiiom. dl*..
19.W0bales; slock do.. 23,700. Flour dull ui.d
. common grades 10c lower- -5 f or Ext Stu
, ooum Wu u> good siiinnieg
L brands extra round boon onio,
,r *tTodO*brands, .-olbaiitg dull. Whukoy flrinlit
• - Whpat heavy and lower;
jySjiafor v/:rv good Milwaukee, t2,LG/j2-» ,A r
£nmq aew .Vo,l t dellveml.imd ta.kifSr while
llCbJgan, 'Barley hnd Bai-lCy. Mult dull. Coen
llnh;bntcio6od heavy and lQreciowvh
77ftS2h for dam aged, uftw mixed we»u*M k;
t3o for Sound do., olostugisic afloat; fiSgsuo stir
western yellow; eedpoii-e lor old mixed-Wenf
ern In store anti ■uollvcred WiW. O.ita head}*
and 102 c lower; sales western ogi
verv scarceuu/tnomlual. • Peiroieum dull tit
2*657i4n f»r crude, and for refined lh
** bouft,*-Pork opened tinner, put closed heavy
Sd dr<K’plnj»ttt*JO,dsprdO,37; ncw' ihess closed
•air«46,7ojr-:«,*e29,74f0r old do., and
< wforprlme; also bbls. new m»»» lor dun«,
July, Ahgust ahd Sf ptember, soil or and Uuy-
at*a0,25«30,75.' Beef steady at pre
vious prices. Beef .Uarns .firm at >47,VO^H^,OO.
: Jsacondulet;eutmcutß, for sbould
;ers.audl7>iol6 for aunu#. Lard Urmcr at
li®2£Ucismall solos at Batter dull and
heavy at »©s»o for Ohio, andaOfiGo/or State..
‘-V.Cbcesv dull at 302bc; ‘; .. \ •
'’■ ' • .
PITTSBURGH MABKETS.
OWIO* Of Tffll FlTT&BoB<lBGaxbttb, l
luraDAT. May 29, lbflfi. {
The produce market* ■woi'o rou arkubly
quid to-day, tho demand for the leading com
modities being very much restricted, while
prices appear to htLYO Undergone no quotubic
change. Tho weather continues very favor
able for the -growing crops, and already the
recent genial shower? appear to bnro stilled
' tl^O speculative* fooling ih breadstuff* which
, wasjust beginning to Show itself, amlthu
, general impression seepm to be that both
r'toar and Wheat will sooh react aoil decline.
J. ,<AKAIN There wus not a single trammcilon
i to w beat to-day that we could Jenrn of. « lull
: rmoy be fairly quoted at ?.\1 SQ-i.-jn, no to qual
ity. torn Is Urm with rv lair demand at fli to
s:. on track Males of »hits at icy).'*: in elevatoi.
. uml ui to iw frojn Hiore. Uye is still quoted at
. $l. No movement tn llariny.
Fl.Od It—ls quiet and unchange<l. -al. - nt
. aitf,Au t«*li.£» for spring Wheat; u.:.\
. for half Spring and half Winter; and #li to si;i
lot all Winter. -ale of -jno hid* spring at fit.
live Flour Is sell mg at p,,.•*»**>> 7.V
PUOV IMON>-l!».nn is unchanged- li
: for shoulder*; IT for limbed mJi>: . 1..1
I‘laiu Migur Cured Hams, ami is forVan
vunsed d’> l-.inl it> -filing at -*n r<> il lor coun
try, and tor city do. ltui little inquiry
for Mess Pork.
POTATOES—Tho demand .-onllnui'S lutb.-c
light, umi. the market la quiet umi a litti©
•lull butxuichringed. Sales from store at 4, 1
bush, and *i,4A to per bbl. a*
to quality.
111'TThK—The demand In rather better, but
there Is uo improvement Jti prices, and uo
continue to quote at 2D to 2&, for common to
prime ItoIL
LGus—steady and in good demand, and
fresh packed sell readily at
l>ltlr‘.l> KKVlT—Sales of new crop York
suite Apples at per pound. Pcachua
limy t>© quoted at - J0 to2A, lor quarters ami
halves. 1
LHK»K—Is oouimg in pretty frteH.und
Western Reserve is selling at h> to 1 **.
HA'i Sale** at tofcw per ton.
SORGHUM—Is dull; .sales of prime at
SEEDS—Flaxseed is in wanted at
HoMlXY—Small sales ut H'-uifJt.
OH—Sales of No. 1 Lar«l at ♦l,««il,.*c*.
SALT—Ia quoted at $2,40, on truck.
PITTSBURGH PttTKOE.t&UM MAKKfciT.
0»FlOB OF THX PtTTSBUHOII OAXBTT*. f
Tcbsdat, May ■.% lsto. 1
There is no Improvement to note in the do*
tnand for Crndo, and the market continues
dull and weak, though prices icmalu nomin
ally unchanged at 11, bids retunuMt, and IH,
bids Included. Sale of i7l bids, on the spot, at
14; and IUOO, to arrive, at 14. The demand for
shipment sectns to have snbsided almost ou*
lirelv, und as our rentiers seem to be pretty
well’suppled, they, too, are buying very spar-
Ingly. It Is true, tiie receipts have, and still
are, very uicagru, but the supply, notwith
standing it is very meagre, Is somewhat in ex
ecss of demand,and llroeo whoar© so unfortu
nate A.t to have the article on hum!, find It very
difficult to dispose of at market price.
iUKEIXEI*—Thor© has not lieen a single
transaction in bonded oil to-dav that wucould
near of, and the market is dull and weak,
though prices are nominally unchanged.
Philadelphia deliveries may l>© quoted at 42' ;
for J nuts 44 for J uiy; 4-’t@4s■„ ior August; 4*Hf
for September. Sales yesterday at 4bc lor
■*«plembot\ free on board curs, here; uud 41
tor October. ~Krc© oil. also, is very quiet and
dull, and there are no established quota
tions.
NAPTHA AND RESIDUUM -There Gnome
lit Jlo inquiry for Residuum, anil «e occasion
ally hear of some small sales ul *3 to bs,2:> per
bin. Naptha l« utterly neglected, as we are
not :w arc of tt single sale having been effected
tor uontlis*.
AKRiVaLS—Capt. Aos. Wilkin* was again
the lucky reccipluni of au arrival t>f oil u>-
dai— 22A barrels, and Mawlmmey A Uro. re
ceived 17*1, making a total of £'> barrels forth©
twenty.four hours ending this ulteruoon.
ALLEGHLNI CATTL.K MAUkET.
Officb or tub IbTTsßtjaon Gazctts, 4
Tvrsdat, May £), Ijw; (
CATTLE—The supply of cattle on sale this
week win* fully up. If not a little in excess of
the usual average for some time post, but
with a perceptible improvement In the de
mand, as compared with last week, the mar
ket was active, though prices ruleu u shade
tower. The huiluira. generallv tqmaiung,
bought moru freely than last week, and sev
eral drove* were taken tor shipment, and
while there was apparently a much l>eiter
feeling manifested, we feel satisfied in saving
Uut the profits realized by drovers were very
••light. Good fat retailing cattle sold at from
•■*!, to S'<, gross—some extra at »4—while com
mon to’mcdium gnulesfmay be foJrly quoted
at C'4 to 7*4. There is a disposition manifested
m certain quarters to llntl tsull with dnni r
tor the present high prices of cattic. This 1-
ilmply absurd—the sheerest nonsence. N->
otic deprecates extreme prices for cuttle more
than drovers, anil, in many coses, none suffer
mure therefrom ihuu they do. It 1* a well
known fact Lhal they arc often compelled to
sell cuttle for leas mtfnoy here than thov pav
for them in Chicago and other points ‘in the
far went, tlms losing cost of transportation,
feed bill*, 1 ime, etc. etc.
silKEl' ANl> LAMitS—There was again a
very fair supply or sheep cm sale this w«-«k,
itml with only a moderate demand— restricted
.drnost entirely to supplying the «anu ul U><:
local trod©—the market ruled a little dall.uml
;t * com pk red w ttb tu-l w n<c. ■ it *lm«l u
lower. We quote clipped sheep at 4to
.tnd wOO led ilti at .Vqttti. I-Ic.ll.- »oid ul front
it 1 (.I per head.
ilOGs—There is nexL to nothing dolug in
this class of stock at these yards, as our peo
ple seem to have discarded fresh pork for the
prfbent ami to eat log mutton, which is
regarded as being much more heulthta! at
this season of tho year. In a retail way, a
iiuall number ahnoged hands at UwlOc, gross,
for fair to good averages.
acrOliTKD nALfclii 07 (-IIRCP.
Kraorlob A Go. lo i’eD*r Tchli wj head clipped,
averaging 07 lba, at 6; Lmenck ft-Co. reLillc-t
-*i 'iieud-jit 4 lo 4%. McCruckcn i" Hlii*—
iica.i, uveraging M lbs. ul 4c. Mcr-*r». Hxinl,
Garwia aod Jonca re tailed.lu all head
-it 4to sc. Mitchell sold Vorncr k Iki. '<o bead
of good vooied sheep at dc, groan, but sul>-
iefjucutiy the seller gave the buyer anmail
sum for to be released from the bargain.
REPORT ED SALES OF CATTLE.
Hazlewood, Rein A Dolan to Wuroz A Co.
72 head of prime western steers, avcmglng
1210, at x.S'L |Paruam sold Hazlewood, Kcts A
CO. li» head of cJjmmoniah cattlo at 7^9>—eon
rtldered n!>ont 3llc per cwt more than they
were worth. Kmcrfck & Co. sold Wares A Co.
ki bead of very good Ohio cuttle at h‘ /s . Em
crick A Co. to fthamberg 12 head, averaging
1150, at 7*4. LmLll A Fowtcr to IteilHlcin >1 bead
of extra cattle, averaging ISA), at t%. Crouse.
Merrick A Co. to Marks A Truurman 4U beau
of extru Illinois steers ul Sfa. Iteis A Co. re
tailed 25 head at 7 to BU. N. Carr retailed 2U
head for Tan tom at Hartman head
at 7@3. -las. Martin 2ti head at 7Mer
rick A Doad 52 heofi at tircenvald Jt
Kahn 30 bend at Myura & Needy 77 head
ut7&'B~£. Itotbohilds A Eckert ID head at 7to
•d£. Murks A Truurman cn bend at
tifaits A Laffurty 25 head Crouse A
Haas heatl at 7%<£>~..
New York Catilo Market.
Xxw Yoek, May 29.—The current prices for
the week at all the markets, are os follows :
Cattle, Ist quality, per head, SlH.oofr
lH r y>; Fair to Good, Common, 91V
un<l In/erh»r, #14,00015,00,
Cows and Colv»*b—Extra per head,
First Quality, #75©80; Ordinary, Com
mon, Inferior, #30040.
Voal—First Quality per pound, 11Q13C; Or
dinary, 10011 c; Common; CO9; Inferior,
Sheet) and Lambs—Extra per heaa, #Coloj
Prime Quality, #7OH; Ordinury, #5,3006,50;
Common. #Aovo.
hwino heavy: corn-fed per uound, 1»&01oUc;
light and medium, lO^lOV^c.
The market for Beef t attle hus been ulU>-
gotlicr firmer this morning, uDd prices ruled
Mte©#l.so per bead higher. The ud vancc wiu
merely the rrsuitof short markets, the spec
ulators having o-itained tho control of nearly
all the supplie- en routo. thus obtaining com
plete control or the market- Tho hulk of the
offering* soli at #ls>,@l7V£, only a few selling
ul the rasldu price.
■ Veals were in good demand and higher.
.Sheep and lambs were In moderate demand,
ami prices somewhat lower.
iiogs In modorntc demand at our quota
tions.
The total receipts at all the stock yards for
thfs week were an follows: Beeves, 5,019;C0w5,
»!; Veal Calves. 1,075; Sheep and Lambs, 13.055:
l-1,019.
Detroit Lake Fish market.
Detbiut, May 28.—Thu prospects of tho fish
ermen are growing bettor, but the Inuiu.seems
to be improving at a still greater espe
cially for white, which seems to keep down
the stocks. There are no large accumulations
abuvo, and ouly light stocks here. As thore
in no prospect of a decline In oltbor tmtckcrol
or pork, it Is fair to presume that tho <li inand
for otu'lake fish will continue active at pay
ing rdtes. At present prices they ore cheaper
than almost any other article or food, while a
largo class of consumers prefer them to any
thing else, auu are thus afforded a luxury at 11
cost corresponding to that of one of the ne
cessaries 01 life.
TiicTiagt soles were 200 packages trout at
KW herring at #0,75; and 300 white at #*,23. Tbc
demand wr whlto is better than for trout, but
l»oth are improving. The nnmlrer of packugcs
received f6r the week Is about 1800.
inPOETS BY BAILUOAD,
Fobt Wavbb A Chtcioo It. Jt
May 20-1, bales cotton, Kennedy, Childs A co:
J bblsc-ggs. UlairA W°ods;2s hga buckwluuu'
C » Leech; 1 our metal, J Viowf a sons; l cur
potatoes, it L Mairs A co; I car barley, J
mimic*;) car potatoes,/, H Voigt & co; 101) Olds
Hour, hirkpatnck A Herron; 1U) do do H 1!
: 1- loy.l A co; 100 Hbls bighwlnes, Lamlmrt, Khht
! ion A co; 1 ear millfeed, J Glenn; 2 dodo Kisil
A llllelmrt, 3 bbls bacon, Little, Baird A* I’ai-
I ton; 100 tibia Hour, T C Jenkins; l»7 do do 8110-
maker A Lang; 1 c-tr staves, Gtitbriu A 'sill- ••
' dodo, U Lungnam; ID bg* tulllfeed. A J Hnuan
' IK bbls eggs, J. U Voigt A ««; 131 aks potalmrs
' 54 »k* oats, Jllalr A Woodsgl lihd tobacco j &{
i Murilnnd; 11U bhls potatoes, *tevensAco-s
’ ears wheal, Liggett A co. *
* CLBVBI.AWD ASP PITTSDCnOn It AI 1.110 Al>.
j May 29—24 sks barley, \V X* Seek A co; 41* sacks
j wheal, Hitchcock, McCreary A 00; 3 Iwlos
wool, « Uarbaugli A 01; 10 bxa chocso, II Jtid-
I dle;2odo do, L U Voigt A co; 12 bdls chairs,
! Ilauidicr A Duoler; 1 ear corn, Mcßune A An
i jer; 1 do do, Han Wallace; 149 Obis flour, Sho
tnakcr A I-ang; 3 cars wheat, J S Liggett A oo;
27 bblsflrc clay, J B Lyon;l9dodo,T A Evans;
IlKbbls potatoes, E Heazlelon; 202 bags do, 7
pkgM sundries, VoJgt A ecqlcnr motnl, Bryan
A Caughuy; 2do do, Xlmlek A CO; C 3 bl*L, bw
ska potatoes, l'ottor, AJkon A Shepard; 70 bids
do, HUeii Jr; 23U do do, H Biddle; 32 hiids ba
eou, F Sellew A co.
PjTTftBCOOU. CotUJfXU* ABD CtVOnrBATI U. It
May 29.—1 car corn. M Steel A Son; 3do do, D
Wallace; ftllxlhi paper. Fitts Paper Go; 4 but*.
«Mgs f ;ju W Bankto*,3pkgs meat, Graff A ltol.
Ler;siKl)s hoes,Jos McGutclieont? pkgschairs,
Jos Sniune; 37 steel wings, Anderson, Cook a
co; 8 6bls lard, T O Jcuktns,2 bbls bacon, Uar.
per A Mcauor; 11 slot bailey. Sturgeon A Broi
ifi huds cake, E Schalk;! cor potatoes,Gilmore,
blmpson A co.
Ajj.x*3h*ktBtatio», May 29.—H0 bbls pota
toes, Owens A Kennedy; 0 hhds.tobaoc j 12
Gleason; I hx do. BA JH Eltonkgs lard.
Stewart A oo; fi bbls whisky, B AJCahnestocc 4s
co;2lcga wine, WPBaum;sbbls eggs 3 boxed
batter, C Antmnth.
Oiwcgo Uarkel
Osu-eoo, May in.—Flour active, at $10,25 for . ~ ——
No. I Spring, sii,«Mor Ued Winter, ami sls,ui PEOPLES’ i JCsl_ii
lor Double Extra. Whnutqulet; No. i Chicago X k£tErtitJßL
Spring, $1,15; No. 1 Milwaukee Club belli at _ - - w «iTS*“
$2, 10. Corn quiet. Freight®— Flour, 3*<c; wheal, u JL\ m!j Ok* 9A ua Jri.Jfcl.KC9,
OLjc; com, 8c —to New York. Luke Import*—
Ftonr, Z*'. bills; wheat, 4.500 hu.-h; corn, 122,500 UNCOIU'OUATED.)
hush; peas. 2,000 bush, i nual Exports—Flour, '
LWObbla; wheat, ZI..VJO Imnii. I Plttibareh, Mononcahela City, Broirui-
, ... vlllc and UcDcva.
M. Louis Market. , . . ,
. This ( mnpaur will run a dally l-oai hetweer the
St. Loci®. May Z).—Floor steady anil tin- stiuvr imimt. ri>mpriM"i of the m w an-! kiOcndht
changed. Wheat wwiniNo. 1 Club, sl,7'»itd,7 H v *lde-whvel steamer* ‘’HIKFTAI.V U. It, Shrams
Fair Full, $1.U04ji,15. l'rtnii-, sJ,|itv.iJ..Vi I nrti Minmsmlrr. anil ltoiitHT Fmt.i.ii-a.
two cents higher, nl f-TtuT.V. <>at< tlrm.-r, ut -<‘imnandi<r. uZ lr,“? f '‘ l V‘‘i*' l ?' l
Fork aUvauml l« ttwyn- *'% 1 )’»% i, #v «. J'ht-hurjd/ r.,, all plVnts
Clear •'Hies* advanced to 4 «d'.*' 7 e; -hm>nler-. „„ TL \ x y*. TllUtbUAYo and S.VTIIIUAYB
14c. U klsky strong, al *2..-u. at&r. *. Ueturnlnu. leaver Uetteva for tTUiburirli
OIV. MONDAYS, \N KJiNEM'AYS and KKU»AYS,
New OrleaiiM Market. at * a. m. and Hrowmvtll, at »r. m.
. .. ... , TV « Mttipany will hav«- n nm-cl.v W hnrf float
Nl" < > i.i.k aa - , Miij _i. -Ci'.l* n <JI >• u al Mpu,.nKabeU thy A“d Fllt"lnir»(li. Freight ro
lnile-oi low middling Hold ul middling ; ,i 3 1l hour-. • N-eharKe for eummlsidou ou
toe. T«>*du\ ■< receipts, 17*i hales. The lecelpi* Ka Urn freight.
for four days wet m ,1,21't lutle* uguuisl 2,‘.Hd TtilV llm n ill not tun twain oti the Hahhalh.
Mm-h. 1 1 7.1 J 11 hides; exp.M t«, n,.vat hale". Bank F.irturth, r parth-tdar» ru.jiure on hoard, or to
-let ling, l.rdfcl.fct. New N,.ik exchange. -V ,V IvNM , SI ! I,A I ll ' Ageni. at the Wharf
Ideiiuiim * 4 li -ai. fi« : oM.rant_»treei, mhlo:*nid_
Tiilcrlo .ttsrkrt
Toi.r.no. .May •£< Flour -lull. Win-til -lull
an-1 :i«.V li-wcr; N«-u Wnite Mu-lUgnii.
New* Ambct, *i'.2l. urn firm,ami ■.hell■ i.
-»un-f -»l So. 1 Mixt-dut M' s'-. So l Whit*-, tlU'j
i «-llc>iv, uk-. 0:tl* Ulliel. K> f--J*rt U--:‘l 7-*c tor
No. I. Lake Freights »lull uml iimuin.il.
Buffalo Jinrkol
Ilrmu), May IS. .V4u r v -Hour -lull.
Wheat quiet. Corn imivj . <lxjll «)id drooping:
Male* No. 1 Toledo uu,u-il ul *-*%e Oatn,<.h>
<-ugn No. 1 held at t.V. Harley, f.thv poor « h.
cago at 45: Cana.Hail. Uju uomliml.
Pork *ll. Lard 2.-
nilwnulu-« Market.
Mil tv * t’K Ki:, May •£» Flour -lull, at >(- l<>r
extra*. Wheat lotver, at *l,. .4.4 1.7 s for No. i.
Cat- tlrm. at :v>o for S->. 1. l oi ti firm, at Tiiv
tor s-i. 1 Her-ript-s— l,?im bbli* flour. 115,t00 i n
wtu-ut. 10,lion bn oaiM. Shipments—!*JU bids
ilour, &l,hw> 1m wlu-al.
RIVER NEWS.
Tlit’ river row* a few im-hes again during
Monday night and yustcrdut, lint lust evening
it was apparently at a stand, with tlir«-t- feel
In the channel, by the marks. Thusiur, lh<-
rtw ull is out of the Monongahdn, a- the Alle
gheny us yet has-not bom alfe<ted m mn re
lent. It is thought that there has la-un a
alight-rise ulKrvo, Out we me of the opinion
that iltilew there l> more ruin, it will not
amount toiiiucli 'I he w eat liei yesterday "io*
cloudy and unsettled, withoceaslonul showers
of rain.
The l.onl Ja*oti arrived and cleared for Park
ersburg.as did also, the Fayette and l nlefuin,
from Itrownsville. The Forest City is dm- here
from Purkt-rsburg this morning, and will
louve again at ni*on
The Argonaut and Glasgow are still receiv
ing freight for St. Louis, and will leave on the
first rise.
The Cniiiolift, U i.- thought, will soon com
mence loading for Cincinnati.
The Citizen arrived at M. Ixmia, on Sunday
last, and the Nightingale wa.-* advertised to
leave there for iMttsfmrgh mi Mon-lay. The
latter lioul will doubtless r«*-shtp her Pitts
burgh freight at Cincinnati.
The Armenia and Kate Robinson were ad
vertised to leave Cincinnati for Pittsburgh on
Mouduv. Thu tbmwwmia, of Muiida) . »n\ •.
The it. R. Ilndson only reports thirt v-liiieo
Inches in IMaimerhossrit. Met Lmma So. aaf
hull Creek, ami ilom.' Moore at the foot of
Itlcuuet hosselt. The Hud-on rcshlj.s her M.
Louis freight on the New York.
The Havana stfid Kate iioldnson r<*port pass
ing the Anna agtouiul on Uinng atm tail yes
terday. she will lighten oil, however
The towboat Imperial arrived from Pitt.-,
luirgh \» -terduy; forty-eighi hour- out. dipt.
• I L. llatcuel will load U,e Imperial and her
barges here for St Lon is amt sc Paul direct.
The Memphis .iru/unc/ic say- .
Our frh-ud hdward Hart, owner of the Com
mercial, w as cited to appear before Uie proper
authentic*, yesterday tounswer to the ctuuge
ot refusing accommodation on his boat, In the
shape of a stateroom, to a negro, on her late
trip from DuvudP* liiutf to this place. The
d.tnntgc* are laid at four thousand dollar-.
Attorney lor tlie prosecution, XV. 11. Morgan,
Ks.p
OIL WORKS
OIL ntllMM.
O Oaii-AKTY,
OF PITTSBURGH. PENNA.
J"H.\ WATT, l-re.l.lent.
IIESIIV 11. 1.02.0, 6.-0 uaTnu i.
WORKS IX TEMPEBASCEVILLE
Office, No. 2 Duqucsne Hay,
(Near Jftispcostoa Bridge.)
•1 AN L’F ACTL’ItKKd <>/ PUKK W HITS
BURNING Oil.
Brand—“ Lucifer.”
This OU esnno excelled for hunting properties,
co‘. u r or Jlrc test. »»•! 1» pul up lu well i~-K***oed b*r-
D l k iti 8,1 -*^ e ii r n , i-'sE. »r Kxruki. job-
C H. H-rroo. ' ’*t U ' ‘i!i « WkTt r 'iV.’T o:!iI’a.
1 i»rte r. Uobt. Wailsc*. D. u.* . i *,rx*:i.
>AI2.-Cb(i
jjOKUeV WAREHOUSE OF
PHENIX WAREHOUSING COMPANY,
Foot of Balm and Uarrlson Htrefts,
Brooklyn, X.
Storage for Refined Petroleum^
InTsass sad llarrclß. See ClrcuUrv.
J»-trtaee, No. « BEAVER gTREET. Hfiw lark,
oc3-ly
yiPKßloil OIL E.MH\EK.
Ft ar« con struct! nr, and wil keen on hand,
perior style of
OXXj
ffita mots A C#MOJ ot iubliae boiuk.
We Invite parties neeiilng engine* for this ptin-o*
** 1 ‘ lbe «L IMKK and CTPAivA
sr.-EkhS, City Water Works.
MACKINTOUH HEMPHILL A O
Ji»EH HILiaYS,
BROKER AJTD DKA 80l
CRUDE AND REFINED 0H! ;
Sill’s Bkeh, Dnqnorae Way, X*tttab urgi.
Special attention riven to tbs sale and *hi]>
meat of rctrolaaßi and its nrodocts. Cuaslrnn»-ui
retpectfallv aaUsttiMl. FoaLokcm Box 10. siiiltir
QununacuL oil works.
PURE WHITE BURNING OIL
Constantly on band and fbr sale
AT THE LOWEST HAR&ET RATLK
1L l 4k J. H. HAWT£K-
No. <7 WOOD BTKEKT.
m, Hocaaa 7.
James ibhix a co^
MANUFACTUBEBS OF
OIL OF VITRIOL ANO AQUA AMMOKJA.
Of&oo, 18 Morlxet St.,
PJTTUBUROH. PA.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
gPUNU OF 18GG.
HEMAPANKA,
(BLOOJO CUBE.)
This article is expressly designed to purify and
restore tbe blood to a llealtby condition, by wblch
SCROFULA and all Diseases 0/ the Bkia arc effect
ually removed from the system. Bold In bottles at
00 cents and 81 each, by
SIMON JOHNSTON,
ap7 Corner BmtthDeld and Fourth btreets.
4(1 KEUH FREIVCU ZUC, In Oil.
**-' Just received and for tale by
GkOKUF, A. KELLY,
nuy24 tVliob'SAle ImigKiat, 37 Wood street.
h BBLS. SPTS. TIRPENTIN E Just
received and for sale by
GEORGE A. KELLY,
my 24 Wholesale Dregslst. 37 Wood street.
X CHOLERA \
'DISARMED !!l\
Tlic C liief Cauiic or Pestilence
Destroyed!
DU. E. COURTARET’S DISIN
FEI'TING FLUIDS, vreur.-d by L.-ttero fatent.
In the United bLUcs and France, i'repared solely
uy the Now York IHslnfeeilnjr Company, at their
(laboratory. N«»», PM. 3I») and 302 Henry Street, JJ.
Y. #2 Cedar Street.
Tbit Company organized on a permancul ba*ls.
with Dr. Couriarvt. ihet’.'lebrsied French (,'homlM,
In charge of tts Lahuratory.lt prepared to farulab
Its UiMNrictiMi Fu'lDh for tick rooms, nurscrirn,
urinals, water dotvu. prlvlet, eotspools. sewert.
puller*, ship*, rallroadx. hotpitain, prisons, anu
polite InsllluCioDs of all kluut, tlauKhler-hotises.
offal and fal-I>ulilng etiahUslnnehiiraU kinds of mu
niirrs ((wmouf/y tiicrcatfltf the value of tlio latter
lo every farm, r), aud w herever poieonout and offen
vlve go»e» exist. Tuote t*enu are deodorlrers,
xnilsepilo,. aatlputrctccnta, and dlilnfrcUuna in
the «<-fentilicmeanlng of the woros. They rroiotii
iioxioii. a»».e» an-1 ixlors by rmm-cal prlnclulea--
ravtoKh. ihtlr places htnlUiful ntr; they ara I'E
aTWOTltlta. and nu! mr.rrlf/ tib*ui-be.ntM |of poitouoils
«M'»-not lnjtm ul o tu in- nstls in tcnlch Ujey are
. *1 ofmclicai and scientific men
is directed ui ines« disinfectant*. Attached nra
t *ktlJXi o nl9al» » «t or this jercal discovery, which,
wltli huadredo of utbert can be wun at, the Compa
ny's olfico. *
■r ~ ,0r !/‘VI March 3D, IB6A.
I T 'i! Kr -f MWs'tfqffAj Ar» V»rk JHHVn/trtinu Co. •
I Dear Kir: l» laailll Is represented to W. Wehara
maitc many trials of dlamieeianis lu.mow eonil-li’r
that wc have found an artlcio wlUch «i>
others aa a nlmedy against all bad o<lors. P
T. BOEOSEL A CO
NEW York. April a, i*«
T>l Iht Prrtidtnt o/the He 10 X'ork fw»ln/erf t'u
Dear sir: Wc pronounce It, wiihuut exception * to
be the best we have ever known. Its effect a< ,iou
every matter Is complete and Instantaneous. ’
V. A. HTETBON, Aator Hoaa e
N. U.—These Disinfectants are used by the m -xv
t>nßors, under the direction ol tho Sanitary l*c il-u
of the Metropolitan Health Department. U, V.
COWELL i THOMPSON, fl C*daH BT., Jf. i y
General and Sole Agents for tlic 'United States' and
the Canadas, to whom all orders should be ad
darned.
For sale DyalJ Druggist* and [General Dealef -sin
the CJnlßid Stotti ana Canadas. k>?l9jt
STEAMBOATS.
SPRING AHRA!VGEMEXT.
-MONON6AHELA RIVER;
Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Geneva,
UNION LINE,
PACKET QQTwmty,
Will run tl-rr** dally side-wheel steamers between
•tits-.urgn. Mi.tmngahvlaOlty. Ilrnwnavllle, Kiev's
Miidmg, orri ■u.iNiro, Otn.-VA and the Dunkanl oil
Kcgti.u*. This lint- la computed i of the ‘following
steamers t
AIT.
lutwu 1 ?} 1 H CAIT. 1). iIUUHKIt.
CArr. z, w. cxitMAO
UALLA ris C A l*T. A.S. CAKLtCK.
Tbeae packcta will leave PUuburgh dally at So.
will he at «" '"i **Sunday, when Vile departure
P a * kcl f«»r the on Hejrtans will leave
httiborjiii dally at fl p. tu. Hrewutvillo daily at
Ktrrt'HNLvo— Leaves Hrowuavlile for Pittsburgh
dally at 7 a. m. and & p. m. *
Leaves Oreenalmro and Geneva at 13 o'clock;
ulr< s Landing at ? p. m.
Leave* itmmußAii, ta t tty at 5 o cio<-k.
Im- line t* -f (Ir*l-ciaaa side-wheel
strainer*, built expreaaly for the trade. They will
i f*«; cuairoanded by uffievn of long exi.vrlenc--, wbo
will pay partt-mlar attention to tin* wauls and cum
tort ul passengers. ITu-boats will leave promptly
at the hour advertised
Freights Received at all Roots,
For further particulars, enoulrv of
a. ,» «... „ WILLIAM McKLJtuY. Agent.
At the W hiu ;-Boai. foot of Grunt st., Httahurirb.
, L. CGLYdN, Agent,
fe’9:3md HrowiuvliTo. Pa.
DEUICIII PACKET trfsK
; -Lk FUR At HKEI.INU. MAKIETTaMSIw
f;V S^ >N 11 - I . K ;- ,, he flue ateamer EMMA
GHAtiAM, (.apt. I. IL FTt LL, will )e* T r for the
above and all l*icrmedl»U. porta every TOEbI)AYI
! ?. l . 4 ,P- m *. hcturnlng, leaves Zanesville e-rcry TKI-
I)A1 .at . am. J.T>. COLLINtiWoot), Agentp
SEWING MACHINES,
’j-UE
BARTLETT
SEWING MACHINE,
Pronounced hr ah who have »trn It the simplest
machine now before the putdir.
It It as effective anu duratdi- as It Is atinple. aud
a» pracitrat as it la dnralde. It haa l*ut U> lw xrn to
be adtoln-d, aud u»« .| to be appreciated, it com
bine* the clement* of a
PERFECT PRACTICAL MACHHE
An.t I* afforded at a price within the range of near
ly r.ery family In the land.
, riiv only low Machine tn the I’nlted states
throMMi iviiM the WHKKLHIi A FEKL»
; —the be«t and only rellab-c Feed ever constructed.
WANTED.
EMBRY dJ HOWES,
WHOLESALE AGOTB,
No. 68 Elftb Street.
myi«:a24 nTrsitlflitill. PA.
J OCIi-STITCH
SEWING MACHLNES,
For Families and Manufacturers.
After twelve year* trial. It bas been demonstrated
that tlie L<H'K*fTfTf"ll Is the only stlteii suitable
or v ttry variety of Scwtn*.
CAM. AND EXAMINE AT
TDK WHEELED & WILSON
SALESROOM.
No. 27 Fifth Street
IV TI. SHI VER &CO.
BOOTS, SHOES, &c,
J lIIHD AIUUVAL
OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
Boots 21I1<1 S»hot-H.
Wo aro Becehing Dally
ALL TOE LATEST STYLES
Ladies*, fienl’n. Boy’s, Wikwen*
loulht’ and ChildrenM*
Bools, Shoes, Gaiters, Balmorals, Ac.,
Which «e off, r at VERY LOW PRICES.
J. A. EOBINSON & CO.,
61 Market Street*
tnyX
j ARUE ARIIIVAI. AT
92 Federal Street, Allegheny,
THIS SAT,
OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
Waiters, Shorn and Boots,
AT VKUY LOW PRICES. CALI. A BEE THEM.
REMEMBER
ffI’CLINTOCK’S CHEAP SHOE STOBE,
myx: n Federal street. Allefbeny^
\ LABOR AND FRESH ARRIVAL
OF
StUIUKJi BOOTS, SHOES, GAITEBB;
atffid Balmorals,
Just received, and will be sold at the VERY LOW
EST PRICES, either Wbotesalo or Retail.
GIVE US aHSaLL BEFORE Ia’IICIIABINO
ELSEWHERE.
J. D. & W. ۥ BOBLAUDy
No. 08 Market street, 24 door from 6th st
ray 19
jjodfs AND SHOES.
JAMEB ROBB,
.To. SO Market Street, near Sth ’
Second largo purchase of BOOTS AND SHOES
Utls Spring. Wo keep on band a full assortment of
every variety of Boots otid Shoes, selected with the
utmost care tor this market. Wo Invite special at
tention to onr stock, as wo believe it to be the beat
In the city, which we will sell at the lowest prices.
Please call at No. 39 Market street. Having had
over thirty years experience in the business, too
cannot fail to be salted. Remember the place. No.
8) Maraet street. (aplfi) JAMKa BOBU.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
JTo. 24 St. Clair Street.
A litrce and well selected stock of LADIES*,
C ENT’S and-CIULDUENB' UATI KBS, BALMOR
ALS, etc., which will tx -old at the LOWEST
KICKS. (apSAnmeod) JOHN SNOD »It ASS.
GENT’S FINE CALF BOOTS AND
CONGRESS GAITERS at
mylS J. W. CaH*AHAN A CO.'B, 83 Market it.
Y AMES’ FINE BALMORAL AND
AJ CONGRESS GAITERS at
my 19 J. W. CARNAHAN A CO. ’S, 03 Market sL
1 ADIES’ FINE HJD BOOTS at
La J. W. CAILNAJIABI A CU.’S, B3Mar«ct St.
f ABIES’ FINE RID SLIPPERS at
Aj J. W. CARNAHAN A CO.’S S 3 Market st.
BORING TOOLS.
pETROLIA MACHINE WORKS-
R. S. IiBOH. V >
Sd. 33 Ohio Slr««t, AUegbeflY)
Manufretnrer of
IMPROVED BORING TOOLS. AND FlXTll&B
USED IN SINKING OIL AND HALT WELI -S.
Particular attention invited to bis Patented
provemeni* In Jars and Joints, made of Junlatla.
U. S M and Low Moor Iron, In standard alee** and
a authored, so that parts can be ordered by malt or
iclcucrapb, and fo4nd a pericet fit at all times.
Wealwfurnishnmes, betsmg, email tools, Ac., te
those erhomay wllblt. Encuteeand machine wotk
made tc* order. Oram *>r mall promtly attended to,
i am prepared to grant licenses to other jnanaiaettn
Oncer* tor these tmprovumentson liberal toms. Bun
17 AllegoeoT P. O.
dalWatwA* , - » B. H. LEOKV
HOTELS. _
< HOIfSE,
O LONG BRANCH, NSW JERSEY.
This uew and elegant Hots will be opened lbr the
season on or about the Win oi A/uesuxt. Thla hotel
U particularly arranged for tCr JrMort of families.
Rooms c»a bo secured for Ujv ttuAn UMi>pUeaUon
aitheAstor House, New jorx, (W PJ..4C A.‘
STETSON. Ou UteSOthof April too 4toc%tndders
meet at tho Astor House to view the plsnr and lo
cate their rooms. A few shares of stockremoln un
disposed of. Parties wishing to s übseribe can doso
bjr application to J. D. COfiLfiß, Tresstirer, I[>3
NawYork,* myidßeotl
ft tiUICAL.
•pHE SEW
Spring and Summer Medicine.
fluid extract
SARSAPARILLA,
COMBINED WITH
lodide of Lime,
trepaked fob
G. W. PETTES, BOSTOS,
James R. Nichols fi 00.,
MANUFACTCRIKti CDBICUVS,
MARUFALTUHBRgOF TUB
ELIXIR PERUVIAN BARE
WITH
Protoxide ot Iron,
Which has become so favorably kuown as a
Tonic and Reatoratire,
By Phytieinm and InvalitU in all parti of lh*
The new preparation. * -BARS APA RILL A IN*
COMBINATIOM WITH lODIDE OK LIME."
presents one of the most prompt alterative agents.
In a form capable of exerting full actlou upon the
system, and this In minute and pleasant dosen. It
1s conceded that the alterative, resolvent, or tonic
effects of lodine, are exerted most decidedly when
associated with other alteratives. In combination;
and the Sarsaparilla seems to felfll perfectly all the
fovorable requisitions.
The first effect usually observed when “SARSA
PARILLA WITH lODIDE OF LIME" Is taken, is
an lnercaseof appctlie, showing that It has tonic
properties ofa marked character. Its alterative ef
fects are manifest In Its ready combination with the
blood and tissues. Hale, scrofulous women and
children improve rapidly tinder its asc, and the vi
tal functions assume a healthy condition.
It Is admirably adapted to a large number of chron
ic or acute affections peculiar to children. It Is
suited to them, both by the mildness and efficiency
of Medicinal effect and the pleasant, attractive form
of the remedy. It maybe given for a long period
where codstitntlonal Influences are desired, aud no
repugnance, or disinclination to take tin- syrup,
encountered, la WlUte«Bw«Ulngs, Illp-Jolnt Dis
ease. and Distortions of the gplne. It should be giv
en persistently, in moderate doses, until relief D
obtained.
In the Spring of the Year, and
during the Warm Weather,
Tb-» accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seems to become manifest and very troublesome.
Lassitude, Headache. Bolls, CostDcncss, Loss of
Appetite, rains In the Joints. Indlgustlou, etc., are
very common. N'otblug ever devised is belter
adapted to ex terminate or tlnve off these affections
than this new combination of SARSAPARILLA
WITH lUDIDE OF LIME.
.Vo prtpmrati&n Itk* It, or t chictt approximate to
U, at an
Alterative, or Blood Purifier,
hat tvrr brfort ttttn placui tsit/iin the reach of mmf
l<U. Indeed, It is an entire, y sew and 6cib.\t.k:c
combination. In no respect resembling anything
hitherto employed.
The opinion of medical wen concerning it. Uic
description of Its chemical chsrac'er, therapeutic
v »*nr* moaner of oac, etc., are gi ecu tn a t-lrcnlar.
which can be had at the store of auy and all first
clsw Druggists.
Fur sale in Pittsburgh by all Druggists.
uyI«a7:MWT
I,’I.CID EXTRACT OS
SA RBAP ARIL LA.
Combined M lth lodide of Lime,
Sold at Low Rates at
FLEfIUV6’S. DRUG STORE,
No. 84 Market —t.. l-itbbargb.
I^CMPniIEY’S
HOMOEPATHIC SPECIFICS.
Have proved, from the moat ample experience an en
tire success, simple, efficient and reliable. 1 bey aia
the only medicines perfectly adapted to popuUi «. r
—eo simple that mistakes cannot be made In ualjg
them; so harmless as to be free from danger, and so
efficient as to tw always reliable.
can
80. 1 cures FEVERS, Oongeatloua. ißfiiiems- ‘
tion. jj
1 *• WORMS, Worm Few. Colic i
** CUYIXG COLIC, or Teething at !u>
fants
4 ' DIARRHEA of children orsdnlts Vt
t * DYSENTERY, Griping aud Bilious
c " i *i'’l t.HA ll'iltlitjn, Siuici .i
7 “ COuUHS, Colds. lironchlUv 7»
I " NEURALGIA, Toothach.c, F»ce
• ’* HEAJ?A' ;HE, biek Ucodseh'e ‘.!! T'! a
0 “ DYSPEPSIA. Ullitoos Stomach...., it
II '* BUPFREaat.D. scanty and patuinl
5er10d5...... ;»
a •* LKUCGRttHIKA. or Whites. ?!
U *• CKuUP, hoarse cough &
IS “ SALT RUKUM. Erysipelas, Eiap-
U ** RHZUMATiMII, all rheumatic twins 33
U “ FEVER AND AGUE, Chilis and
Fever..
17 “ PILES, Internal or ci terns! fit
IS ** OPTIIALMT, sorts, inflamed eyes.. K
1£ *• UATARUH, acute or chronic, ladu
» “ wffiwPißG ’COUGH,’ * aposniodlc °
cough h
M •• ASTHMA, oppressed ec
S 3 " KAj^DifiCHAltGEa,impaired near-
I •• enlarged glands*!!”*!’!!^
M * UEBERIL EBDLuUTY, physical
weakness
1 M PRUIYI and Scanty Secretions
» “ SEA-SICKNESS, pr sickness from
37 •• KIDNeV DIBEABE,‘«raVri.'i
ti " NERVOUS DEBILITY, semtnsj
emDslona,lnvoluntary dlschasgcs
» •• WIRE MOUTH, or Caa£erTT_.Z“ fit
» •• URINARY INCONTINENCE S
at •• PAINFUL PEJUODK even with
»a " SUfFEßlßGantChiSgiof tiiaZY. a
S *• EPILEPSY,SpesmsTsu Vitus' Dan
ces i,
M •' DIPTIfEBIA, ulcerated sore thtoot id
Cases of 10 rials, in moroocq case and book com
plete o
Case of 90 large vI»U, In morocco and book e 0
Caao of 3Dlanre Vntls, plain eaae and b00k...... fio
Case of 10 boxes (No. Ito 15) and book a c
A. TOHREkt'i;
Jm is**
FLE3ti.SG.B4 Market street, corner of the DUmut-J
Pittsburgh, aad J. J. EAST. No. lMFedvmTtreotl
ARcgbepy; McCLARAN A corner --i
Dumondand Market street, Plttabnrgh.
TVS. STRICKLAND'S NelUiliio. r
-L/coUGH BALSAM la .
warranted to be ihe only pre-
S'' >n known to cure H*l tt | ■ |JJr<G
t, Colds, Hoarseness, in p Mi ' t
Chroalo Coughs, Consump- ■^R?liV|U
tlon. Bronchitis and Croup. ■KJLayBH
Being prepared from Honey
and Herbs, U Uhealing, soft- fll T l V■ fl 1A [Wj
enlng and expectorating, and
pArtlcolarly mitable for all
“ d L “° '■«' "
_w “• WB&aSßAffia_
nB. BTBICKUHIFB POE Stall-
U zVY luu OORX1) thou
sands of the worst eases of
BLIND AND BLEEDING ’V-H-’l *-1 '
PILES. It gives Immediate • f/ S
relief, and effects a perms- 3KBS**l3ffswSwp? i
nent cure. Try U directly.
It Is warranted to cure.
For sale by aU Druggists, at il • U H ■fl .Jf.r
tooenu perbotue.
QCUllyd ** * WBOLUBALB AG»W i |
T )TBPEPBIA. —Dr. Stricklanii'
A/ TONIC; si a co&ccn- vgfc.
rtated preparation of Boots /galulKs.
sod Herns, with anti- Wl^
acids and carminative to Af3K\ar WTi'FV
strengthen the stomach and sM ajr
aerroussystem* Ills seer- O.
tain remedy lbr DrspepU, frSV Mil
or Indigestion, Nervoas-tfeHm if, BiSU
ness. Loss of Appetite,4#J
Acidity of the Stomach. \lr
Flatniency and debility* « W\. y Aij/
Unotelcboboltc; therefore,
parttcularlysnttedfbrwemk, vffl f■ w
nervous aad dyspeptic per*
sons. For sale try all drug-
gists ererywknre a# il per bottle.
* i t SELLERS AICC.
iw-U-l Munt.«nt.»
STEEL WORKS.
piTTSDIFBfiH STEEL WORK P
ANDERSON, COOK A CO.,
(BUCOISBOBS TO JONES. BOYD A C 0.,)
Manufkcttfrere of tb best refined Cast SteU, Square,
Flat and Octagon, of aUslsos, Saw Plates, Hoe, For)
aud Sheet Cast Steel, OaA Steel for
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES,
STENT FLOW WINGS, HPKENGS, AXLES.
Ac.
Cut ud Common and Spring Steel.
Office—Corner of Ftrst and Boss streets, two block)
above the Kononjgabela House.
J£LACK DUnOHD
mmxzi woruHi,
PARK,.
turn
BUT QUALITY .
Sqnare, Flat end Oetafoiui
equal to any Imported or mint
* r &r*MßeeandiraretaoaH I V
and aiawopJ «tr»eta..Ptf
gap. a*fT*n.~.,..w. -
£A BELLE
xumra
MannfhQtnren of CA
PNGLUB P,
JUiyui aiMnmtnt t
vUbottC bold.lojmtve »*,
mb Si W. P. MAKaFjAT,?
INSURANCE
JNSCB£ IfOUR LIFE EV I'Qu i
CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
or Hartford, couo. Pectoral Svrr.D
THE ONLY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN j
AMERICA that now makes anil pay* an Annual ;
CASH DIVIDEND ou the Urat aud each subsequent )
payment of premium. Its CASH CAPITAL, an at— I
cumulation of4U.Ohu.UOO, la securely Investec) In pub- j
lie stocks and mortgages of HEAL ESTATE. It Is :
now to Its 16th year of business, and has paid to the 1
WIDOWS isp oitrtlANS of Us members the sum n '
ONE MILLION DOLLARS. To thta date not a sin
gle case of litigation has occurred, an evidence .
that liberality and fair dealing Is a specialty with
this Company*
The policies of this Company are nnl forfeited by
reason of non-payment of premium after the second .
year. No payments required after ten years, but
policies continue good through life.
OKKK'KKS.
J. C. WALKLV, President.
N. 8. I’ALMRK, Vic* President.
3. H. WHITE, Secretary.
Kranch Office for Western Pennsylvania, where
Circulars and bhtnk Applications will bo furnished,
6M Fifth strcel, Ilttsbargh.
Agents wanted throughout the State. Apply to
ocas:ly Y. E. OOODELL. state Agent.
QUARTER 1829 PERPETIJjUL
FRANKLIN
FIRE INSTIRANCE COMPANY
PHILADELPHIA*
As*eU on Jan. 1, 1864, • • O3
Capital $ 400,000
Accrued Premiums V7LUOU.
Invested Premiums 1,086,283.
Unsettled Claltnr 6,410.
Income for USfM 300,000.
Losses Paid slnccltCß 8,000,000.
Perptnai and Temporary Policies on liberal terms
_ DiUICTQUa.
Chas. N, Banckcr, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward U. Dale,
Hamad Grant, George Pales,
Jacob R. Smith, Alfred Pltler
George W. Richards, P.a's W. Lewis, M.I)
CHAKLE3 N. BANCKEU, President.
. EDWARD C. DALE,' Vice President.
JAB. W. McALLIbTKH, Scc’y pro tcu>.
J. G. CoKKIN. Agent.
u3 Corner Wood and Third streets.
pIBE A.\l> IIABHG
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH A MERICA.
PHILADELPHIA:
Hartford Fire Insurance. Company,
Protection can be second in the above named
and reliable Compaules.
W. L. JUNE*. Agent.
feZ7:ly M Water street, (npsutrs .)
W ENTERS I.'VH'RAJiCE CO~ OF
prrrwiiukGH,
ALEXANDER NIIUCK. President.
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEKLD, General Agent.
Office. « Water street, Spang fr Co.'s Ware Bouse*,
np stain, Pittsburgh.
W‘lll insure against ail kinds of Eire and Marine
Risks. A home institution managed by Directors
who are well known to the eotemnnity. aud who are
determined by promptness aud llltersmy, to main
tain the character which they hare assumed, as of
fering the best protection to those who desire to be
nsured.
Alex. Nlmtck, , Andrew Ackley,
IL Milter. Jr, David M. Long,
James McAuley, Rees J. Thomas,
Nathaniel Holmes, Chas. J. Clarke,
Alexander bnecr. ; John U. IlcCune,
Campbell U. Herron, ! James P. Hanna.
C. W. RlckeUou,
ciyao IVM.JT. HERBERT, Secretary.
f'ITIZEXS’ L\B rRASCL~COMPA
v/ NT OF PlTT3Ium»/H.-Office, corner Market
and Water streets, second floor.
WM. RAGALEY, President.
WM. A. 3HEPAUD, Seen tary.
Insures BtearalKtais and Cat goes.
Insures against loss and damage In the navigation
of the Southern and Western Rivera, Lakes, aud
Bayous, and the navigation of l ic Seas.
Insures against loss and damage by Arc.
B. M. Kler.
Jobs Bbu ton,
JkaeiM. Cooper,
8. Harbaa.li,
J. Caidweu, Jr.,
JobnS. Dtlw< rth,
Wm. A. Kodg *r«.
nelQ:y
Wm. Uustcj
MBael Rei,
Jm. **arti, 4r.,
Aj 1 . O. JoKnstoa,
K. F. Jones.)
Joshes Hhodes,
Barclay l'rctlos,
Ueorjrs Btartism,
pKOPLE'S IXSIII4.VCI; CO,
office, n. s. coast eb wood and rurnioTß.
ffta. I'hltlips, r»pL John 1,. Rhoads.
Julio Walic, Mmut l |*. hnrirer,
John K. l‘*rfco, I i bsciei Arixirkli-,
f»Vt. J»«. MHUt, J»l>n K. Kirkpatrick,
Wmi. Van Kir*. Prank r*. HI-m-U.
Jatm-e D. Vt-raer. ilsnoon Lot*-,
WM. rmi-Llils » , re«ldrul
JOHN WAIT. Vice President
W. Y. GARDNER, Secretary.
J«Ut;ly Oapt. BAMES GORDON, Geo’l Agt.
ALLEUIIEM L\SUKA.\CE CO.
op PITTSBUHOH.-Office, No. V Filth airecl
Bank Block.
Insurtu|agilast all kinds of Eire and Marine ttlskri
JOHN IRWIN, JB., President.
JOHN I>. McAHJUD. Vice Pacsldcnt.
C. U. DUNMSLL HecnUrr.
('apt. Wil. DEAN, General Agrut.
DinaCTVKH
Isaac Jones, . John I>. McCord,
C. l». )Ib*mt, lioorgn & Head,
Harvry ClitM*, Charles Hays,
T. Jj Bosktuson, CapL Wm. Dean,
John Irwin, Jr.. Ufo. D. Mdirvw,
8. L. Fahnestock* Robert 11. Davis,
FOUNDRIES.
|HK
FORT PITT FOUNDRY.
CHARLES KMP NEPHEWS
KASUFACTtnuatA OF
HEAVY ORDNANCE,
AND ALL KINDS OP HEAVY CAUTTNtiS.
Special attention nal<l to BOLLING MILL WOBK.I
BLAST MACHINEBY and BETOBTST^
UEI’AUfiJ attended to promptly,
A* heretofore, the best material* will always •
u*ed at till* Foundry.
Attention l* called to onr NEW PLY WHESI
PATTEUM and lncrcaacd fad 11 lie* for fitting ud tb
tame. no*:lyd_
WM. M'KXK WOUIf ALLEN J AB. L. H'KUL
ViLLEV STOVE WOIIKS.
ALLEN, M'KEE & CO.,
Offloe udWuthou. 30 1 I.tbr.rty stre.t
opposite SmlttsOeld,
Mapufootareaa great variety of COOK, PAKLoU
and HEATING WOVES, among which arc the cel
ebrated Allegheny and Monitor Coal Cookltjg
Store*; also, the Autocrat and Sentinel, for coal or
wood, and the unrivalled Star of the Empire, fbr
wood; also. Arches, Orate*, /coder*, Sugar Kettle*,
l>o» Iron, mil Hollo- »u iracr»]lr. mil
A, BBAPLET... ...W. VAJiniUC i. B. BOAPLET
ffiTMA STOVE WORKS.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacture every variety of
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATINQ STOVES
EKAN and IBONsIDES (Wood Cook stoves.) Alan
manufacture
»HATES, GRATE FRONTS, Ac,
Office and Warehouse, corner of Second and Woo
street*, Pittsburgh. Entrance on Second street.
.. . > . v4;lvw
MANUFACTURERS.
JXDI’STRUI, WORKS.
BUOII M. SOUS...JAKES NXLSOV...murem onR.
HUCM M. BOLE & CO.,
EBrVSSSf®\. SSI P ,NE KUILDEBS AND MA
CHINISTb: Manufacturers of rTE AMBOAT EN
GINES, OIL WELL ENGINES, LOCOMOTIVES
for Coal Works, all kind* of Lund and Marine EN
OIN Kb, made to order. 7
From the well earned reputation of the Manager.
Mr. JAMES NELSON, we hope to secure a Übera!S
•hare of patronage from Steamboat builders and
other* wau ,lng good machinery* Oar aim will be to
do all wort In the beat mnpnur fora fair comnousa
tlon, and 1 1 do It lu the time wo ear. All kind, nt
CAsWui made to order. Impairing ifachlnere
promptly a dended to. Wc can turn a Shaft ss feet
long, and l ore or turn a Pulley 20 feet diameter.
**-Jbop ua Dttqnaane Way. near ibu Point.
Foundry o i Third street, near Market, Pittsburgh
*»• aplO:flm<l
GLASS WORKS.
MOOES, RYRIE A CO.,
S-*?Sft'(? r * , '. ,> /,% A0K „» 11 ! 1 «RB*H ULABS.
VAliK.Unyf.lit. Wtlj. Bottles. Uetnllolnn. Cn.
!“&*«•- «* WATKH hTI&ET
brtween BmltlUluld and Grant streets, Pittsburgh 1
*• u warrant onr Wares to be superior to any man.
ofaetured wostof the Mountains. Always on band.
Glassware of the above description. All orders
gsag‘£SiS? , * to ’ ■tMuoAjg.iffi
BAN.. F. COLLINS .UOXXD WRIOD*
( 10IX1N8 A WRIGHT, Brittania!
V/ Brass and Sheet Metal Workers, Brlitanla Osi«
lore, Carbon and Lsrd Oil Burners,and alldmcrest
style* of Brittania tued by Glass Manufacturer*
Orders promptly filled. No. 13S SECOND STREET
Plttaburgh. Penna. ’ oc7»iy
C B£TERASCE, No. 08 WiTli
of every description.
Partlcolar aiaed or shaped Splltcs ud Rtveta, lam
orsmall, made to Order at abort notice, A good a*,
ortmant constantly on hand*
PAINTERS.
H. BHOWJf,
(Late of theflrm or BaciTNAiCoi&OW,
f HOBBE AND BIQNPAINTEB,
North-Eartooraarof Third and Market Btrt*u .
«,»• ~ jn4 rtrtdpvtpa.
MEDICAL.
CURES COEMPTION
Cures Bronoiiitis
CURES COLDS,
Cures AstTn m e
CURES
All Diseases of the Lungs
aA 4 .5 !^ r c^r B ViUp‘”
Du. Errant;—sly wife baa been afflicted with It
by cough and dtfilculiy of breathing for fire or ala
rearm, which, for several years-back, had gradual!)
Increased In violence. The complaint haa been lice
edltary, and she had been treated by several phvsl
clans without any relief. In this state of her easel
procured some of yoar PECTORAL COUGH S¥ BUi*.
I benght, the flrat time, a fifty cent bottle, which ro
lleved her very moeh; 1 then called and got a dolta.
oqltle, which cured her entirely, and she baa sow of
trace of the former disease, except weakness. J
would alto state that I used the medicine myself to a
cold and cough. The medicine cured me by taking
one dose. 1 express my entire satisfaction with (h
medicine, ana too are at berty to publish this
you desire 0. wU. WILSON,
Alderman, Firth Want
„ PiTTSSUBGn, April 24, 1857.
READ THE TBUTH.-Db. Jlbxmeb.—lW«
daughter who has taken several medleJoes for a Use
cough without benefit, among them Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. 1 purchased from you a botue of y<.ur
Pectoral Syrup, and before she had need half at
tie she was relieved. The second bottle cured
entirely of her cough. JOHN DARIN,
Robinson street, AV*gbeny,
.81*750 <OOO,
81(585*000,
PiTTBBUBOn, December 31,
A GREAT CURE BY DR. KEYSKR’B PECTORAL
HYHUP.— 1 live In Peebles township, Alleghcn
county. I bad a cough and spitting, which cow
me need aboot the 4th of Kebrnaty last, and coolin
ued eight months. 1 employed the best phystcians
in the country, and my cough continued unabated
nntll early la October. At that time I was advise
to try your Pectoral Gough Syrup. which 1 did, as
after Iliad taken one bottle 1 was entirely free ftof
the coughing and spitting. I had despaired of e»t
getting well, and l thins It should oe mown tus
this valuable remedy will do for others what It ha
done In my case. JOHN C. LITTLE,
Witness; D. M. Knot. Peebles township.
Patton Towirfimr, Aortiie, iws.
A WONDERFUL CURE.—Some time ago an ol
neighbor of mine was ve.y 111 with a bad cougtf
whfch every one supposed to be consumption. Hl*
relatives told me that be bad taaen every remedt
they heard of without benefit; bis brother came U
see him die, and all were confirmed in the bellel tliat
be could not live. Ihad about the third ol a boitle
of your Pectoral syrup, which I gave him, and It co
Urcly cured him. to the astonishment of all. Wua
makes the case more remarkable. Is tae extreme ace
of the man, he being about eighty years old. 1 hare
no doubt the Pectosal saved ms life.
JOHN McGlNNl*.
DR. KEYBEH’S PECTOKAL SYRUP IN BLAIRS
VllA.E.—Please send me another supply ofyourva!
uablc Pectoral Syrup. Almost everybody around ns
has the cold, ana are enquiring for “Dr. Keyacr’s
Pectoral Syren." We have sold sixteen bottles the
sat week, and are now entlrelv out, Ur. A. Alter
Sd Mr. P. Maher, both of BlAlrevlUp, Pa., told us
sy would not be without It la their families. II
fact, all who use It once want It again.
Yours, Jespectfullv.
J. B. WATTEKSON A SONS.
January ao, 1860. *
PiTTßßunon, November li, 1881.
De. Exybes:—Althoachnotan advocate of Patent
UeolClnes, In general, U affords mo pleasure lnoe»
seribahle to recommend your PECTORAL bYBUP.
As a medicine, It Is w«U worthy the attention of any
person gwho may tn any manner be athleted wtta
cough*, colds and hoarseness of any kind,and for tut
peculiar qualifications for removing all that dies
grecable sensation attending a severe cold.
I have been, more or lest In my lifh,{affected w lib
the severest of colds and hoarseneis. At times my
throat would oocomfe: so closed as to prevent ay
•peaking above a whisper, and by taking*ft w
of the above Syrup It would relieve me entirely.
In recommending this medicine, 1 must unhesita
tingly say that It u the best remedy I ever fo lod,
pirporitng to curs the above, nor should any lamllv
be without this remedy for ‘diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JUNES,
Cashier Cl Ureas' DepositUank.
BTHTBB2TVTLLE, Ohio, March 14, lASS.
I have used .Dr. Keyscr's Cough Byrnp for a tiad
cough of sorer*! years standing, ud ean cheerf ill}
»*y It U the best medicine for u« same that I h tvs
«icr taken. J. W. PRICE.
COL. PRATT AND DU. KEYSER'B PEOTOBAL
HYKUP Dk. KlTess-Ucsr Sir: Excuse the delay
of my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectura
Cough Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure in say
ing that It u all you say It Is. It knocked the noise
out of my cough, and the worst one I was ever aSUei
ed with. 1 hare not used more than one-half of f «
bottle, and 1 can and do wish that all who are afflict
ed would give It as fair a trial as I have done, an,
thet will be prood to say, “It Is no qoack medicine,
would not suffer another such an attack for au
onsldermtlon, or at any cost. lam confident 1 can
reathe more freely than I eTcrdld. I shall always
acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy. You are at liberty to use my
name 1 n this regard as you think proper.
X. If. PRATT.
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, ia.
N. B. —1 am no stranger to my fellow-cltlxuas, sea
all who entertain doubts can consult me persoasdty.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE.-DR. ELY
SEBU PECTORAL BYRUF.-I bad been troubled
with a cough ami cold Jor several weens—so bad >-%
t that 1 could not sleep. I had the adviee and pie
erlptlons Prom three of the best phvsldans in tha
city, whom I could name, but do not do so. I finally
procured a bottle of you Pectoral Syrup, wbten
cured me entirely.
(Signed) J. W. SIMONTON,
No. 248 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, ra«
January 9th, 1880.
“STOPTHATCOUGHINU. “—“How can I do ltP»
Go to Keyscr's, on Wood street, and get a bottle ol
bis Congo Pectoral, and If that don’t care yon, year
case mast be desperate Indeed'’ ThlsisasDecfmes
of the colloquy one hears every day In cold-cstciung
periods of tneyear. And we can, from actual expe
riment, cheerf ally concur In the adviser's admoni
tion as above, for we have tried the “Pectoral, “ la
a most stubborn ease, with entire success, Near
two weeks ago we went to PlUabareb, with one ol
the most dlsiretslng, contrary, mulish, unaubduable
coughs we ever experienced since our advent noon
this mnndane sphere. We coughed steadily and la
boriously for oue whole week. In hopes ofitlrlug 11
«nt, but U was no go. In fact, it seemed rather ,lc
have Improved by practice, and to have acquired
strength, potency and dlstressibUUy by the opera
tion, In litis stage of the siege, we coughed our wty
toKeyaer’a, No. 140 Wood street, procured a fltte
cent bottle of the “Pectoral, •* tooali according tl
directions, and in forty-eight hours we were master
of the field, the enemy having uncundltlonaUy sur
rendered, after a brief, hut unequal conflict wltli sc
formidable ad adversary as heyser's famous Cough
Pectoral.—BrpimarefJl* Cttyper, Bsc, 14, uu.
DB. KEVSEB’B PECTOB L SVBIIP
Is pro u ssd sold by
DR. GEORGE H. EEYSER,
So. 140 WOOD STB GET
Flttatourfli, Penn’*,
jhe
Great Nervous Remedy.
Dr. Keyscr’s Kervons Antidote
IV U 1 relieve, without foil, and often permane tin
cure all Nervous Irritability. M 1
Dr. Keyser’g Sernas Antidote
Will Core Hysterl
Ur. Keyscr’s Nerqons Antidote
Will Care Twitching of the Nerve
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidote
Will Cure Nervous Besdsob
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidole
Will Care Nervous Cramp of the Bo
Dr. Keyscr’s Henrons Antidote'
Will Cure Neuralgia
Dr. Keysets Herrons Antidote
Will Core Neuralgia of the J’fcc*
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidote
WUlCureNeQralgiaoft&dijKon cl
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidote
Will Cure Neural*** of the Heart
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidote
Will Cure Nenralglaof Urn Uveraud Eight Sid
Or. Keyscr’s Nerrons Antidote
Will Car* Neuralgic Beadaeb
Dr. Keyscr’s Herrons Antidote
Will Core Palpitation of the Hear
Dr. Keyser’sHerrons Antidote
Will Core Faiutnesa and Weakness ofStomach
Dr. Keyscr's Herrons Antidote
WIU Com StoppH, ornuMtrtof ,ru.H«ui
Dr. Keysert Herrons Antidote
Wm Coro TroaMt from Excenl.e Drink
Dr. Keyscr’s Heovsns Antidote
. r <-' Cure Hypochondriasis
Dr.Keyser*s Ilenoas Antidote
Will Cun Lowness of Spirits
TNparedaadeoldby
DR. GEORGE H. EEYSER,
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MMi,r . •:
1866. BgiiMWß
£5Sv c^fLi.Tr-mua-Krj
On and after SUNDAY, May XOth, 199, trains **Ui
leave the Union Passenger Depot, eotner of Wash
ington and Liberty streets* as follows •
DAY EXPRESS-Leaves Pittsburgh at 3;CO a. x.
stopping at principal stations. Arrives at Altoona
at B:io a. Tyrone, »«.• a. x.: CBrUeSoote. 10:S
a. Lock Haven, 12:40r.x.ti Buniltibi I3or,
Baltimore,? r. x.: New York, vis A ilen
town, 10:48 r. u ; Philadelphia,? 8 JOr. x.t and New
York, via Philadelphia, atwwV. x,* *
CINCINNATI EXPRESS—Leaves PliUbuigh
•:80 a. x., stopping at ncarly all stations; Altoona, t
at 2:48 r. x.; Harrisburg, 8:18 r. u.; arris hi« at
Philadelphia at 12:40 A. n. By this U.ie passenger*
arc transferred at Union Depot, Weal Philadelphia,
directly to Express train for New York, reaching
there at 6:80 a. m.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESNI-LeaveaPltUburgh
at 4:10 r. x., stopping only at principal stations.
Arrives at Latrooe? «$Q r. X.; Altoona, •:» 1, x.;
Harrisburg, 2:38 a. x.: Baltimore,* T:Jt) a. X.* New
York, via Allentcnn, 10:10 a. x., via Philadelphia,
7:10 A. x., and New York, via PhUad.upola, at
12;0& r. x. Bleeping Cars nts thrnagh on this train
rrom Pittsburgh to Baltimore ana Philadelphia,
alul Nev York via Allentown.
FAST LlNE—Leaves PI ns tmrgh at 10.00 r, x.-
• topping only at principal stations. Ai rives at Al
toonaat MlO A M. : Harrisburg,* fids a K.; I<aliK
storedJ2:® r. x.t New York,? via Allcntow 1. 4 to
Philadelphia,f 1:10 r. x.; and New York, vis
alfiJCP. x.
'firscMtfat. MMmmt. tAuptwr.
" baft y oft otter (rains, Fwotfap* cress* sd.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, DAILY, SUNDAY
finndaviius™ A^SSSuDATION-DaUy <except
betwSnVittilS. p i K *'» JJOppHUf at regular stations
itßWnYi^h*' l and Conemasgb. aad connecting
trains on the Indiana
ALTHH?VA W^rKSnnB T IT * II, » BallrOfl.
SudsniitTitiii (except
LmS 1 pittshAJS** "toppm* at all regular stsu lons
»!.h^l h .“* AHomia. and making closa
ivnnt?l«n7a I^dUiiaßranch, West
J.Y.Vm.^.T 08 * 35 ”’ on .
mISTT 1 *"” s »- *■ ‘-H i««p. 8..-
N «- >■ o*»Tto«W «»-
J.™ 1 .!"”" 11 ” NO -'' (MMptS..-
d.fo« N «- »• O*“J
d.™5 U uisS’^?* U 0 ” !- *■
The Church Train* leavea Wall Station emy Sun
day at 9tU A x., and arrives in Plttabuiah at ti
Ax. Rctumtag, leaves Pittsburgh at II: to r u
and arrives at Wall's Station at 2rt« p. x.
riTTBUUBOU, January u. 1880.
Returning Trains Arrive la Pittsburgh u follows*
™t Line ............... 4:io * •!.
First Wall's iftSUoa Accommodation. 6.20 A M
Brlnton Accommodation No. 1 7:50 a fc
Second WAll's Station-Accommodation.... i&j a. m*
Johnstown , f ; jp » w
Baltimore Express. i*ic f* y*
-'a Exprei •'
Philadelphia , press IX) K ■
New York Express ".W fg, P . J;
Third Wall's station Accommodation S oft x *.
Wall's Accommodation, No. 4 4 00 r. «,
Hmddoci's Accommodation No. 1 A:SOr. u.
Wall'* Accommodat'.oo No. ft..... 7;'o P. x
Altoona Accommodation and Emigrant.. 10:60 F. m.
Day Ezprtfi n ;6o p. u.
Baltimore Express vlll anivs with Philadelphia
E x ureas, at 2:os r. x., on Monday*.
7bc new Onion Depot Hotel, occupying the three
upper stories of-itie Depot Building, 1* tow open for
the xspecial accommodation of the traveling com*
munlty. A capacious Bestaoraot is open at all
UOUBh. day ua night, Sundays excepted.
None*.—ln case of loss, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only,
aod for an amount not exceeding 4100,
For tickets apply to
.... _ , . W. H. BECKWITH, Agent,
At the Pennsylvania On ir»lKaUxo»d l'assengerSta
tlon, on Liberty and Washington streets, myil
piTTSB^
WAYNE A
BAILWAY, ANL
RAH.ltflAll_
1860, Hammer Arrangemeßt.
On and after May 2Dtb,. lfiCC, train* wUI run a*
follow*, viz:
A«av*i fbr For Fbr
PittatmrgK. Chicago. CUvtin irAtttfno.
Expreas a. M.
Express 2:10 a.m. 2:lft a. X. iur. X,
Kiprew 2-.op.it. ijfiftr. m. 4:35 F. a.
1:43 a. h. B:lfta* M. UOA.M.
Kor Newcastle and Erie. S:M A. U.
Betorntog, arr*ve at Pitta Dargb:
r.. PC w. a c. ii, M., iao r. m., «•
P. M., »:10r. M. , .
Zuix Expbess—C;Ss r. u.
O. A P. JC 11.-11:05 A. M.. 8:40 P. x., t’JD r. M.
ACCOMMODATION TBAINA
Leave Allegheny for
New BaiDaTOH—9:oo a. m.. ii:w a. It., <i6 •p. M.
and C:00 P. k.
BOCKUTKb—2®P. M.
NEW CABSXE—3:3O P. M.
EooHoatr— lO:8or. m.
YV'KLLSPILUD—B:3O P. M.
Betornlßg, arrive at Allegheny
P. PtW.AC. B. WV=ft:lA A. B;tfA. If., fi ; 4S
A. M., f:3Or.H,. 4:80 P. m m 12:20 a. m.
O. A P. B. K—9rt»A. M.
myn T. B. MYZK, Ornery
PITTSBURGH. CO-fSiMm.
£* , saa^aE oi&oiH -
TO COLUMBUS,
And olj Uie principal Cities.
WEST A2U> 80
On ud After
nOSDAT, JUT MUi, IMO,
Trains will leave anti arrive at Uie UNION OKI or
os follows:
piTTSBUBSH A1IBBE»im,
X CONSELLSTIUJE B. P
Spring Arrangement
THURSDAY, MARCH Urn, UU,
THe trains will leave the Depot, comer ol g««
Water streets, as follows:
Lw» Airtui
PitUburoh. i
Mall to and firom Unlontown... 7:00 a. m. 8:uo r.i.
Express, « “ ... (Alp. M. 20:00 A.-K.
West Newton Accommodation 4;|B r. u. 8:V)a. u.
FirstMeXeeaportAei-om’n H.ctiA. w. C:3)a.m»
BOCond ** “ IU;UD j*. H. »’CS I, M t
Haddock's “ 1:10 r. u. 5:15 r. Kj
Bonday Chnrcb Train to au<l
.from Wear Newton..- 1:00*. RxQOa. M,
Tor Tickets apply to *
H. C. BMALIJSNBgRegK. Agent.
W B. BTOlff, Bnpl.
ALLEGHENY fS—onmaa
•CL VALLEY itAILBOAD ISS9RK
CHAHOE OF 1H&
On and after THURSDAY, April 28 th, trains will
leave and arrive at Depot, corner Pike and Canal
streets, Pittsburgh, as follows:
Mail, to and from Mahoning. L TiOO a. a. 6rt»r. ai
Express, do do ... 4:00r. M. 10:06 a. u.
Soda W orks Accomodation.... 8:ro a. a.
Klsklmlnltls do .... ltaop. M.
First Ilolton do .... fl;00 a. N. 11-JOl. H.
Parnas-ua do ....11:00 a. U. 2r00r.11.
Second Hnlton do .... 6:30r. at. ■ 8:0r. u.
Sunday Obnrch Train, to and
from 50daW0rk8..........;... iK)Or. v. lotoo a. a.
»paa D. BLACKSTOMK, SnpU
J}AI/nmOBE AND HAVANA
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
ALEX. BBOWN & SONS, Geo’l Agents.
FOB NEW ORLEANS DIBECT.
Carrying tUe Called States Hail.
The FlrsMJlass Steamships of this Hoe will sail as
follows:
“CUBA”—1,100 tons, Wm/BoUlns, Command, on
HATTTRtIA Y,
*'LIBEKTY’—I,2SO tons, W. 3. Stafford, Command*
«rw on WEDNESDAY/Hay ».
From BROWN’B WHARF, FRLL’b POINT,
At 4 o'clock r. at., precisely, on the days announced.
For ftelgnt or passage, naytng unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply to
HENRY M.NVABFIELD tACO., Agents.
„ 16 bPAAVfI WSAnr.
N. B.—No Bills of Lading bat those of the Compa
ny will be signed. Permit# fbr urn freight most be
procured from tbls office. No freight received nor
bills of lading «lgnedoa day of sailing, aptsfly
CTEAM TO AND FBOH LITER
POOL AND KUEENSTOWN (DUtUm) twice a
week. The INMAN LINE, sailing
EVERT SATURDAY,
EVERT WEDOTSDAT,
CA«ttYregg.A MAILS.
Ti cts sold to and from Ireland, England, Boot*
land Orrmany and France-
Ap the Company’s <J®ces, .
J0BA«. DALE, Agent,
IS Broadway, N. ¥.
JTJHMTI/HE
AND
CANE AND WOOD OEAIES,
Manufhctare<£aad for sale.
Wholesale or RetaiL
J A HIES W. WOODWELE,
Opposite E. Edmundson A Co.’s, and'
JoparßiotTßß..-..,. .^.^LimioiiTautYßa.
JOSEPH BOBHH & SON. Slaika
and Mahogany, of U»lr and-ware
ranted equal tu quallsy audatyle to any -
cr the city, and wil sel’a* reaaomabiaprieea.
SATE TOIJBSIOIfET*
By having your Old- Table Ware
CAKTOBE, TEA BETB. WAITEHS. tmum. irn
PITCHEBa.KNn^Eft.KPOONk, TiaTg
afoTTBu cnaffitrect.
j GAM>Msa?6risar.i|mtiPr
V • tha FraHkllrt, PhtlaptaipWa unA r n .
W f. JONES, Arant for the STortb
21 jif*»
W/m. Jk. BHKPAJRJD, SecrctaiT of
ID CLKVKLAHU 4riTTSUUUUII
THE GREAT SHORT LINE ROUTE
CINCINNATI,
LomsmiE,
INDIAN APOIJS,
ST. LOIIIM,
DtjnrU. Atr\9m*»
h«t Line™, 11:10 a. X. oi*! a. m.
Mali » SSn »•
BxpreM...™ XdSr.X. 0:50P.M.
way Accommodation B3a. m. «:iop. m.
Manvfleid Aecammcxla’n itkio r. 11. 1:40 p.m.
tilenbesTllleAcco&rmod’n 4:«p *» 8:10a. m.
„ ._ _ 8. r. SCUI L,
eeai "Rseiiv
‘ " it. Onion Depot. PllUtmiicn.
STEAMSHIPS.
NOS. 87 A n THXBD STBXET,
NO. i FOURTH STREET.
RE-PLATDTO.
RE-PLATED WITH SLYER.
INSURANCE AGEJMT3.
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