The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, December 06, 1866, Image 4

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    TRAY LATEST TiILEGRINS.
11Mtrir-NINTIE CONGRESS,
(sEvolurt itsisiox.)
{WARRINGTON, LieeerabOr 5 19Cc.
SENATE.
Alter prayer the journal of yesterday Ives
On leave being , even. Mr. Wade letrisluecd
a bill for-the admission of the State of licbras
-.lea, srhich. was:read a drat and a second time
and. ,l *4 o Y B F. - '
"~T6o,lnllpissedhy fie Mouse to repeal the
confiscation section of the . act of IMI, In ni
yard to suppressing. the Inaerreetfon, an, was
dlscssic4: Stsot:do length on a motion by Mr.
,Chandler to proceed tb its cormideratlem; Mr.
Chandler. reiterates the charge that women of
ancitionable character, had hawked pardon.,
about this city. giving lashes authority &Jude.,
of. the Supremo Court •of . this district. Ile
urged the passage of the bill. . •
Mr. ROWS thought" It should be sent to the
Judiciary Committee. It elosuld not bo her.
redly considered..
Mr.
• •-
' • Mr. Grimes opposed' the considering of it°
resoluion now. Ho fearedat the corustrY
would t regard tide haste as-anattempt, to in.
- cite the Yresident to do the very thing sought
avolded.
Mr. Byekson of Connecticut, centred..
the anitementa ar Mr. Chandler to regard to
'the sale , of p one, sad not
there weal.'
truth In 14 altliongh to was not at libertyita
state' the real facts of the 4 : 2 " now. 31 e.
hoped the bill would I. referred to the Judie
farryyComm• ;
Tr.tbana4cocatod .the bill
for the present,. tolt,t2zattezio.old not be
auppol V , " w hie hioctlon to the
Mr. tnuiridler wit re o
reference. sod 1 001 .
Mr. An thony asked and obtained unapt
moue consent that the rule requesting stand
' tog committees to be elected by ballot be
waived. lie offered a resolution constituting
the standing committees as follows: _
-..yorslgn Belations—Mesars. Stnner, Chair
': mend HiwthrWede,Fowler, Fogg , Johnson and
Finance—lifessre. , Fiseeenclen Chain:eon;
sherman, Gorman, 'Cattell, NATI,
WYnkle and tithrlo.: . ;
CommereChandler, Chairman; '
• Morgan, Edmund, Cromwell, Sprague. anti
4•4Manuf.acture—Messrs
001esnr, Pewter, aiddie;tragl"uhtunn
agrieulture—Messrs. Sherman, Chairman,
- .Cotten, Wilson, Cowarlilinthrle. -
~,_Sillitary—Diessre. Wilson.. Chairman, Lane,
Howard, Sprague Brown, Nesmith, Doolittle.
. Naval Arrears—Messrs; Grimm,. Chairman,
Anthony, Wiley, Ramsey, Craig, Nye, nen
_
'Judient-Illessre. Trumbull. Chairman,
land, . Stewart, FrolinghtlYeart.
• - Johnson, Hendricks.
• a c tli e nattli ° D m ix7l;l °' ! ' th ° ll3% Kirk
Public Lando—Messrs. Pommy Chairman;
rEtewart;lllarls, Eiritwood,. Edmonds, Carrell
Private Land Chia
d, Harris Chair.
man; Howard, _Po
i— land,
L Riddle Hen ': and o Morton.
un manta.,
Jew e i tnd DoolltUe.
• • roundels tro.ldessra:Rirktrood Chairman;
Edmonds., E o n s, Frelinghnysen, yan
Flalkand SaniSbary:
• Revolutionary Claims—hiessrs. Yates Maur;
„man; Cbandler,Fong, Nesmitharol SaillsburY.
A11atr05...... Messrs. Hown,Crutirman;.Williams.
• • Sherman, Wiley, Fogg, Frellnghuysen and
District or Celitinhia—idessrs. 'Morrill, chair
man; Wade Sumner, Henderson, Nye, Patter
' '•". Patent - and Patent °dices—Messrs. Wiley,
Chairman; Law, Grimes, Norton and Cowan.
.. n gl i b ri Llo c =o . l7"
- and McDougall. , "'Pc'
and
On . Territories—Messrs. Wade, Chairman;
Nye,' Crania'. Fouler Davit, and Cowan.
On Pacific Railroad—Messrs. Howard,Chair.
man; Sherman, Morgan, Conness, Xates,
- - Brown, Crania:Ramsey:and Stewart. •
. ' Mines and Mining—Messrs. donna's, Chair.
. , man; Stewart, Chandler,. Morgan,- Cress.
well, Wilson. and Buckalow, ,-
.:•••" 7 " To lindlj , •:Contingen • t i e:lace; - of the:
Sonate—Messrs. ' airman; Hen;
' - dersOli,and-Ruelcalew... •
_%
, Engrossed Bills— Messrs . Grogan, Chsalne.l
•• Simmer and Norton.
Standing Committee on Printing
- Messrs.. dripony, Chairman; lion and
_
On Enrolled Bills—Menace. Nye, Chairman;
Bowe and Dixon. •
On Liorary.-Messrs; Cromwell, Chairman;
Howe and Feasentlen.
The resolution was adopted.
On motion¢ various; portions- of the .Presi
,., •-•'• denVs Message-went referred to appropriate
committOes.
- Idr..Butnnerintrodneed his resolution In re
gard to reconstruction, and the duty or Con
gress
In relation,thereto. n'is then read a let
ter from -Texas, that Um gov
ernment of that state -was - shame,
and was_ In apron:Mention to the Union
Mt - Weil - ne that of "Mate'- :Mature Is denten the right to practically re,
store the tnatatutton of
. staTery. The resole
, •:tion Ins laid over. , --,
.11: number of bills, ete;, preyloasl3 , tette
. duced were then referred to the -appropriate
The Senate concurred in the Joint resolution
from the Home, empowering' the Committee
cat ftempstruetion, appCnnted last 'tension, to
continue lin tabors...
19111iams; of Pennsylvania, rooted to re_
consider the bill regniating,^anpointinenta to
office reported byluin at the laid. session, and
then prOceeded,.thargne,th favor of the bill•
It vested, he iota, on the byPelheilis that the
power of removal did not tightly belong to the
- President alone r under the corunittition, end
that it ccudd not be safelY ion with hiln
ota restntint oven its exercise, and this upon
gourral principal, and without: any refer
ence to the =rite or demerits of
the existing functionary. 11 aimed at
the . reformation of , a • great vice In
"the administration of the government
• • by bringing Its practios back to the truth and
meaning of the fundamental law. In doing
so it disturbed no titles and attacked no judi
cial precedent-- It contemplated merely a re
view of or ,lettialative. °azalea .of yesterday.
_ and it' as not thenrst time that opinion bad
been questioned: , had been stalemated by.,
demote/ an authoritative character. It was
the.opulicm of It - divided Mutt, and itwas not
• even old motigh to be venerable, but to esti-
• . • nude justly the weight to which it was anti
tied it would be necessary to show Its p mire
• • extent, the circumstances by which it was at
terated,lind the argtunemt bywhten Italia sus-
Lathed.: it'Vas :noted that, - while .those who
were opposed to the adoption of the Constitu
tion bad oblected„ that. it would give to the
President the executive power of a king,
and even the advocates of its adoption
claimed that It was intended to give
„ him the eminently kingly power of removing
- the othelodicers of the governinetd at. Ids
Own Indlvldual-will: Oa tiro Meeting of Oa
first Congress, however, the question camohp .
whether the head of the department of for
."ul l affairs should bo removable at the, will of
• Mita -President. , one. party- elaiMieg= that the
power of removal was included in the power
to appoint, and contending that it could be
exercised only in connection with the Senate,
rand tha other at the head of which 1141,Ittadl
r.son, contending that it was thus enfiladed,
with* great power, which, however, . was so
prudently - -and • consetentionaly exert/sod
J
for a longtime, that the eonadence reposedfn
.-the Executive seemed to be • justided, and
when the statesman of a latter period becanie
Alarmed at the use that was• made. of that
• ,power, it was round to be In vain, because a
ktriumphant party looking to the offices of
the government "as-its lawful spoil. resisted
enecessfully every attempt to go back to the
We_t reading of the Copktitutlon.
...Mr, Williams then proceeded to argue at
--th in favor of the
and
• of"-restoring the
...mime newer's, and quoted freely from po
lltipl antlierttles and legal decisions Id sup-
Prirt,-or his ?lowa. Me then. reviewed the
,enures of the present Executive undid, avow.;
- ale 01 tha volley he Intimated to pursue in thin
re B Penls arguing that the interests of the
country,the principle at the Constitution and
the di Vt , eflise and ° f OonCress, and
as the tt.prese n l at ci a .
, all demanded that
the power Of the President ahould he restrict
th
srze tW eeeive l =thi t a.,l, l ,, J r l 4 . = that If the
will of the people, the obstacles ahtefdbaYbethee
m„cd. the - txmcluslow of•ldr. shou ld
r
ocecuate sald:he did nourish tWpresalUnsthe
passage of the bill it this thne
that:the a
pretiOull question. on 1,4-!` en 'neve.
repletion
Mx. Schenclr.. or. Ohio, hoped
would be withdrawn and the teothriira eeti en
alder should - prevail. lie desire; to bar on
bill referred to the Joint Select Committ,WA:
lietrenchmentito which the wholeaubjeet, biz
-- Mr. Sterens thought It had better bo referred
•• r 1 - to the Colffinittectinthegnilklary;
Mr. Eamon inquired II there Lad been any
change made fifths unit section pithy bill.
Mr. Perham. of Maine, from the Committee
on Pensions reported the Senate a bill to pro.
Vide feriae. paydient relllll2/1187 . The bill
authorizes the President to establish agencies
for the payment of pensions wherever in his
Judgment the pnbllo Interest and con sentence
of pensioners require, 'agents to be appointed
by and with:the consent of the Senate, and to
hold office fora term of four yeat
hir. Washburn,. ofllllnois. desired" to offer•
• • •,,,.r , WO Or three amendments . to. the Mil. AS it ,
stood,lt conferral. upon the President , power
to establish agencies fOr the payment of pen
"ffiOns:Whenever,:-.lnAlit judgment, the puerile
• 'interest and the convenience of penalonentre.
was opposed to giving that power
to the President, or that part Cl the-bill, and
lidtothar Mohler Venni( there were any so as
',Us make it nacestary for therreiddent tosend
• '
La
te_Lconstres. • the names of places where he
L , ..eried tot establish- agenees and of the Per
sous. ns he desired to appoint, as ' agents. . I
wrence " said that if them portions
were struck out there* aid be othl
• of tha tah ' w° eft I
-moov.
t Mime kW, no matter; he would
to er im lti t e tb e to amend the bill
any one State or Territn ur t,: e ' n ' le ttninees
' vide- that no .fension lea; three " en d P r °"
thaw
now ex. nth .
.es tu addition to
any • •Stato.or l'errrtory . "lZ,;T i L h etehllshog in
'AtMotint Of pensions paid durum tb,, t l'n whole
next preeetedlngsbaE not have exa.Vir, ll l4,er
Mr. Nelsen. OfinteX.reeeed to reeMlinit. rho
MU with amendments to the Committee ith
power to report It AL any time. -Airreet
~.,, Alter, thopretientatiOn of. e one or two other
reports, the Mouse adjourned. • .
ammoitotely aftor:adJournttient, the Clerk
save notice that sir adjourned minces of Union
' members of the House, would - be held at seven
ceclocktbla ••• - . •
r One Sl tt.-float stealth, 13 the
correct Wig now among the Meet elrelm of
• the an_
.ey. -- "l'he /aet case we bellemala that of
tutorial/ ...stealing. Jamie
ti,:l.l.tosmtifirantthe platform of ode
-Jamey nauroad - De z tot. Nugent inter.
she mitten before the *Tor *walnut wley and
tOta mut arrepted by o . e.r Scott., and taken be.
the... Mayor far ethami um The bearing re.
ttilti Mated In Crowley being commltted 1°484140r
WOMAN ottkeßeCesalrl ball. • I
DIDIKEUTZ 9
Banker - and Broker,'
118 Wood St., .near corner of. Nab.
eghetrailcZiobfaraiGTA;ernment Bond,
74011d012 and Continental Exchange fold at
Nor Torkratee.
di r e l..l.
cffi,,,r.=,ciabr,terylAh.eirt
FINANCE AND . TRADE.
'o&isois OS tau Prrrainmewass
• ' Wcourimay. December S. laaa 3 -
The New . York stock quotations to-day,
se reported by Robinson, AfeCtran & Co.,
were as Gold, laSsit 188 . 1. 0 111 , : 33, 1
% 3
' S&O , s 1105',{,1 do '65, 10Thii 5.205, nOW
1643 , 000 , 4 ,7 40 4 A r at sertes,llll%Sei a
end Sell
MiMichiganßOUthOrn sl PA; Cleves
Wild a Pittsburgh. 84 74: Pittsburgh, yen
War C hicago, 109.4; Chicago & Hoek ls.-
land, lolflaffeadiagniXl Chicago le :North.
50514 Erie, 'TM 'Welter: 'Union
Telegraph Cu, 45 3 x. • •
Intrd tendency 1a theiitalliftay list so
apparentyesterday,has been slightly checked.
Save in Governments, the entire market
opens a shade lower this morning. Gold is
weaker by nearly two per cent, vr Wither to
remain so is a question the Secretary, of the
Treasury can mote - ea/lily solve than any ono
cite Just now._ He has the gold to spare, and
- will doubtless sell trim day to day as he may
think the condition of the market requires,
His : report uportapeelo payments meets the
approval of the Tribune, but is fiercely as.
sailed by the Hcruld's writer on 'finance. On
the other hand, the Herald man endorses his
tariff viewsortille the Tribune skips over, or
but barely mentions that portion of the re.
Out kcal stack marmot has improved some.
what thin week. There is really a good deal
of nioneyseeking investment, but the wants
of late have all been in one direction; until
bank shares are up so high that but law or
them will pay the purchasers over sax per cent
on their Investment. The - tide Is turning
again, and we have more bank stook op the
- market for the row, two days, though ortOes
areyet ann. - Sales or the old flank of Pitts
butgh at 67; of the Exchange at same; of
Fourth National it 'Rollo( M. d htational at
63; 103 bid for Bank , of Commerce; 113 for
Tradesmans Nattonii; Citizens National or.
fermi at 654. Salea of Columbia 011 Company
, .
—The report of the Secretary' of the Tree,-
ury commends Itself with unusual force to all
business mute reiterates.. tee declaration
of hie famous Fort Wayne speech and his pre
vious official statements fully, and lie takes,
which ground-i canvor of sqaeele ;payments,
he thinksto reached by JuIy,ISIS
,or after the maturity and funding of the
notes. It wilt be area that, he asks no new
o Dew pn io(that
h d ingg al
c M on d er r n a should be
withdrawn faster than the law at present al
lows.. In-regard to an expansion of National
iligikeurreartA he is equally Wand. He re
cognizes the wants - of ,the Bontly but would
supply them • by taking from the North cur.
rency now used by.them to violation of the
distribution madeduring the early history of
the Bank law: - Ills recommendation that the
banks be made to redeem their Issues prketl
eally one Shur I.:pursue should incrt..—.Y. 1.
of
much ta/Imd struts:at of the Secretaryof the Treasurywas made public teaday, and
we give it in full in this paper. As usual, its
effect was more than discounted, the response
in - New Trek beingan advance in stocks oral!
• descelyitions. •A‘lita Money market was also
easier In - .Ne . w. York under a lavorable bank
statement. , 'Mei:kayo no space to refer at any
length to the report of Mr._ McCulloch, but
the facts ',resentful when analyzedshow that
the only road to specie payments Is by means
Otis slow and steady - contraction of the cur
rency. There can be. no rapid movements
that, will net delay rather-than- hasten a re.
turn to a solid basis. No one will dispute the
Secretary's conclusion as to the evil conse
quences 'iron thebnaineas and morals of the
country of a redundant supply of ft - redeems,-
blepsper money, but the mischief in this di
rection-has ail been done. and the rinestinn
now is as to the beat way out of tino difficulty,
—The money market presents no new fee.
tares.% Owing-to the - disavemble weather,
tandems at • the banks was generally rather
dull.- The volume of currency is steadily de
creasing; owing to the continued shipments
to the east to make exctuuage; and the-mar.
ket Is gradatally working less easy. 81.111 there
'is no appearance of cloacae's, and all good
paper is readily discounted at _the usual rate.
The rates to open market. are ii l 8 per cent,
according to the standing' of the applicant.—
Cifictige Tribune , .
PITTSBURGH MARKET'S.
Onrias ow Tsui Prrrestreox GAzrrni,
Vi r ianizsbAx4Doctusabcir 3,
There are no new features in the produce
markets worthy . of special .notice. The
.
movements in the leading voinmodities con.
, tintia very much reatrloted,' in consequence
of thu fact-that. the demand is confined al
most entliely tnaupplying thomost pressing
wants of both retailers and consumers, and
• - .the impression seems to-be general, thatval
ues have not yet "touched bottom." The re
celpts of Flour and Grain have commenced to
faired, though,the• supply seems to be con.
siderably in excess of the demand: and the
M 37120 remarks will apply to a great many
other articles we might mention.
GRAIN-here is no Improvement' to note
in the demand for • Wheat; we can 'report a
gale 0f133 bath strictly prime !fad Bpring at
- Allegheny. - tllty. Oats
dull and nominally unchanged-0 to Lo - on
track, and the usual advance - for small lids
In store. New Cora le held at 63 to td, and re
ceiptsdg. gale oil ear ltye,' on track,
at 81,15. and: ears at OAS, delivered. Barley
is very dull, and from all that ire - ,can learn,
No-1 Sprang cannot - fairly be quoted above $1
--choice. VA%
FLOUR-The 'market for Flour continues
dull and neglected,- though. • pricta ate not.
quotably lower. We • continue to quote
at :all% to $1334 for prime. to choice brands
of Spring. Wheat+ $l3 to $13% for Winter
Wheat and $l4 to $l6 for Fancy Brands: Rye
Flour is quoted .ut 4834 per. bbl, and Aluck
wheat •41 - 4 per cwt.
N • PII0V/S10-Bacon'ts. dull, and prima are
nominally unchanged. New kettle. rendered
Lard is selling's; /314.• Boma few small lots of
Mess Pork arriving,- but thus. far, we have
heard of no sales. • •
HAY-Ia tirm,trith a demand fullyup to the
it
aupply, and prices art well • stained. Prime
baled soils readily at 30, and / els selling at
scales at $ .70 to $33, according quality.
MILL FEED...There seems be a fair do.
mend for Middlings, and wcLean report Pales
at prima ranging from eI,EO to t: per cwt, as
to quality. Timm is also some Inquiry for
Shorts, and fiblpstuffe, but we are without
POTATOES—Steady- with regular sales of
prime Peach Blows at de per bushel, and
V. 01; to 13 per bbl. • • ' •
APPLES—DeII with a supply considerably
In; ex.cess of the demand; but unchanged—
sales at ipiA to V% per bbL -
Et:GP—Steady with a demand fully equal to
the -.‘up ply, and we can report sales at 33 fur
nickeled, and al for fresh packed.
BUTTEB—Continees very dull but nominal.
lytinctutnged. 'ltoll - la selling at from 115 to B.
OlL—Lard 011 IS quoted at 11,23 to SIM for.
R0..1, and allot No. 2.
pirrenuses rzirnousomi /mak=
~ Ors nee olr.Wint Pmeatraeir klezwrra,
WeDNIUSDAY. December 5, 113136, ;
.c au h
__E-.There Is no improvement to note
in the general toneef the market, and if any
thing, the feeling today was weaker than for
some lime past. - The. advlces from the east
being unfavorable for - Refined, as always in
the. case, bad a_ tendency to restrict the de
mand for Crude, and with considerable offer.
legend very little wanted, prices were barely'
maintained. We now quote at stoE. in bulk
and barrels returned, and 11 to IVA bbls tn.
eluded—sales early in the day of. Me bbls, In
WO lots, CL ' , Metall lots of choice gravity'
to MI - orders for shipment. may bo quoted
from Y.; to i 4 a cent per gallon -higher, and the
supply of tins particular - description is* very
light._ ante advises from 011 City report
-crude-dull and. lower, being quoted at el at
that point. Taking gold as a basis, oil Is
gametes cheap newest it ever has been In the
history-of the trade. • •
. . .
BEYINBD--The markct for bonded oil con.
Unties dull and weak, and prices have still
farther declined. .The best offers reportbd In
Philadelphia today wore 80 to al cis, which is
a neelino of from I to 2 Gents compared with
Unnimres current on Monday and Tuesday.,
and report, a- gale of L3O bbls (Waal
buyer's option, at gi. Later. in OW
daY lkwgs reported uettadard white" was of-.
fared In Philadelphia; at 31, and. If correct,
.prime Bigot straw to white cannot fairly be
quoted above 30 eta.. Free oil hi dull but nom
inally unchanged: wit can report aside of one
hundred barrels, a favorite brand at 18. In a
retail way, we q uotaat so le , .
ABBIYAL.B-11us following =frail Wore ra
ngier a Bro ' kr:Edgerton:. 000
.3603 14.
Brewer it Burice.:.. 501 LucegooVil ..650D
aitd*o!Market:
- CUSOAOO, Deeember Ile—Flour dull and nee
lower; saki 113,050406 for r; slunil
1,811 or No, 2, Mooing at Inside figures. torn
dull and beevy'sales light; DOB for Nal, and
7012770 for No. clewing quiet at for
No. J. Oats q uiet; 401#41%a for No. S. Provi
sion market opened dull :and espriewed. but
towards the close a better demand sprang Up
forilless Pork and Lard fore future delivery'.
'entice yesterday Mann Pork declined -el per
barrel; sales at 517,00 cash; and $17,.50 January
delivery. Old Lord 10193 cash; netv, Ito dells ,
ery all January' Green Meats dull; sales of
shoulders at sc; bums, Bigely‘a Dressed Hogs
moderately active, flatlets lower; sales at SP
fge,eo; rive Boas fairly. salver, MA; lower;
sides at 4113,001:15,e0 for common to goal choice.
itecelpta-4,700 bbis. flour; le.001) bug. wheat;
4,1a0 bus. corn; 7,000 bus. CHM; 6,600 hOglf . _,Sbl_P•
menu...4Am bbls: ilour; 2,000 • bug .: wh eat; 700
bus. corn; 3,230 bus. oats.
ltalMatore Market.
Itatantoits. Moo.,6l'lotir.sU gradre ire
Tory moderato demand, ate tradoonly baying
to supply Um immediate wants. Wboat nom!,
alinktu= z !toaXI white adtioart.nat emu ,
mot, to fair 70; I[oo4. We holed red, m,75
.6%79, inferior to r do. and. $1,2362m for w
itnito. corn expo 111 to condition Anaity;
yellowdO. An 61 , liye al, ix
Barreled park, lard and Milk meats du and
nominal. BaOtta Bernie =all iota at 14014% .
&milder Buthicas not, mated to
"MUMEASTS HT TrAor RAP/I;
FIEIDAICIAIL 1n xtew -York
Nair Yoh; Dec. 5..-The Money market is
rather more active, at 6137 per cent for call*
loans., Foreign Exchange firm but quiet, at I
109,40100 U. Government Stocks steady. Gold
lower—opening at DO declining to 1333, an.l
emetimat 1.1534. Freights to Liverpool firmer
at
no for corn, a% for barley, per Bellow for
wheat Corti per strainer. Blocks lower at the
second Board.. Gold, 135,14. Bock Island, liW;
rOrt Warne, laP z it North Western . , 49i,i; N. W.
preferred, 70 Ulu:lois Central, 110;4; Hudson.
ialk4; Michig a n Southern, ac Reeding.
r 71%; ew York Cen tralol2l Sizes of St
Coupons, 114{,i Sixes of 'Ol registered, 1083';
Five-twenty Coupons of , 6", 101% do of 'et,
liihN; do V 4107,4,1 Ohl and Mississippi Cern
neaten, 20 3
The Pod smut: an increased demand for
currency at the West to move tbelitt crop Liss
sprung up within a few days. - -
The .prospectus of a finikmortgage. 7 per
cent: Pion, tree of Government tUtx, at the St.
Louis. Jacksonville and Chicago Railroad, la
The gold market was heavy and lower, with
art Increased pressure to sell The telegrams'
from Washington in relation' to sales of gold
by the treasury, and the prospect, of the new
gold. bill, exorcisms a deptesaing effect ttpso
the market. it was the general impression.
this morning that tha.Goveratneht was sell
ing, but we can State officially, that such is not
the case. The Government securities were
weak-this afternoon on the lower spald,ruota
tions. Tho folio d ing were the
closing-prices:
Registered of 1101,10SIzAlVeh; coupons &laid,
ttaii(ell3%; s.2ffs registeredof 18.4.40046105%;
M coupons of '111.10008101.1A 5.20 coupons of
04,106.441110J,T6; 5.53 coupons of '63,3013401074;
5.'M do January. and July,
,105r4Q109%; 16.10 s
regratered,Rl4ooX; Augnst.74os,los:Are,
June
.7.305, 1 1W.,.1; July 7405,103 I ,4
June iiomportii -of - 441,". 104,%0100%; uyt o,
11530,116; August d0,115Kte11534. -
At the last open board stocks were general
ly a fraction lower with is fair business. Af.
ter the call the market. was steady. Among
the steamship shares reside Mall Was the
feature; the stock fell to VW. The cause of
this fluctuation was a rumor of an injunction
on the stock. The following, are the closing
quotations at 4:30.p. Caro and Michigan
Central, t.W41 , 19.4,; Boston Water, rower,
30‘4030X. Canton, 44%(04714; Cumberland
county ;Minn Quicksilver, 4414210; MeV-
Western T I OV ; St%
1,11 1 /.; Ileetil e nFor,ll>mr 6' Michigan ‘Oll
- ;Michigan houthern,Bo; , 4(49o%;
/111noisCentro , .1,113‘; Cleveland and Pittt:
ba 1 uZ431%438434; Cleveland and Toledo. SIX,.
Itirung shares Were *steruly,:but'. briefness
quite moderate; Central, 150; Bennehoff Run,
440; New York k Allegheny, 550; Ayer's IL
M. 400; Conso li dated Gragory,l,oss; New York
Cold,lo;Corydon,l7s; Walkill Lead,l4o; Excel.
sior, 30; Cherry, special, 25. _ _
Now York Dry Goods TiOde
Nsw Yeas, December A—The Dry Goods
Markel' is quiet but steady, with:a fair trade.
The meeting of Congress and • the President's
Message was entirely - without any:effect upon
the market. With lower prices for cotton dry
goods most naturally soften a little, but hold
ers are too confident to leave any prospect of
any : further ddcline than the decline in raw
material andtbe actual coat of production is
reduced. The Margin of omit on the manu
facture of cotton goods is reported as groat
enough to warrant the raids running on re
duced time. Some mills are reporting lower
waxen as a preferable step to stopping and
throwing numbers- of poor people out of cm.
'plop:limit. Brown Shootings and Shirting's—
are genet, with the exception of Standard and
other leading prime marks, which are '..40
higher in Jobbers hands. Bleached Sheeting*
and Shirtings—There :Is a light steady bud
ness; Prime without quotable change; trade'
quiet and uniform In :Ticks, but Stripes are
without particular InOtilent. There Is Ilt.Wor
no demand for Cotton Flannels. CambrlmTand
Sliestas--Theie is a steady demand from home
:dealers and prices aro steady. Drills—Quiet
and prices lower. Tue price of Denims and
Cottonades have. been reduced a little
to correspond with the prase of other goods.
Woolen goods are unprecedented and mild
weather of the entire season largely affected.
Business in woolen goodit.therehort time of
some mills and the stopping of others, is
somewhat favorable to a intter market, and
holders of goods show a better feeling. Do
hs-Ines and sheers are In only moderato sup
ply, but suMelent for the preaent light trade.
Of cloths and- oleanders's but, few goods are
called for, excepting leading styles for Mims.
diets manufacture Into clothing or some oth
er grades for ready made clothing. • For
using trade the market for foreign goods
spring
a alight ImProrement from lighter im
portations and rather a better previUllng de
mand consequent noon lower priers. Fash
ionable styles of goods.steady and not very
abundant, but most other goodo Tory low.
The auction sales for to-morrow are a special
sale of British, French and Garman dress
goods, silks, shows, do, Role of tames ribbon",
s sale or blankets and a sato of hosiery and
Germantown goods: .
New ,Yerk Predate Mairket.
- New Tong, December s.—Cotton lower and
in better demand, at 11141/35%e for middling.
Flour Is An rather request, Mot prices ere
generally without decided anent len. the mar
ket closing heavy; extra State 49,1;3451.0,M; guy
perdue western ripeo,x; extra western 10,50
41000; choice do $10,70011,130; round hoop Ohio
ea 11,15: trade brands e 11,04513. Wheat has
antra dewier feeling to-day but trainee.-
Lions have only been to a very limited extent,
eointeoW No. 11 Miltesitkee 5400 /lye heavy
and dally sale of State at 5140 Barley mode ,
15
ately active at low prices; 9001 c for Cnada
West lit bond and 51,16 for Canada free. a Bar
ley malt dpriees ull. Corn moderately active at about
previ ;II 15 for g mi
ern In ons stbre, 61,15fk1 i ,16 for shi do pp a in float,an d 61 e5 ,15
for white western store. Oats dee Ming, at
aftfdise. toe Chicago and asilvankee. and erIN
stll3c . for new Ohlo. Pork opened nem but
closets with leas firmoesa i M a lec for
z el e o f t i dn Kir?) for n' r e e=an a d f ide for prime. -
Beef dull. envy and unchanged. Cut Meats
heavy and dull s at 9115101f,e for shoulders, and
11(03e for hams. Bacon nominal. Dressed
Hogs quiet. at eutlosio for western. Lard
moraciettve 'but heavy, at 111013 c. Butter
doll, tt 1S Bo for 0h10,24/30c for State, and
a f t7B/1; r
G W e rl i st t y r dlin paßa j
ug e t i a y e
unr_tunged. In moderate request, at
11556113;,. Leather ed temlock sole quiet and
prices without dded alteration. Naval
Stores heavy ,
.at 7041)71e for spirits of turpen
tine. and 11,5010,00 for rosin. Wool in fair
request and steady. at Citiffic for domestic
fleece, 45(00e for pulled, 2402ic for Texas, and
57030 e. few California. Coffee more active and
prices rather heavy. Sugar in moderate re..
quest, atloi-'e for Cuba. Molasses dull
and heavy; sales LT auction of 100 Mils New
Orleans at 77(rine, BD bids Cuba at 6.10)55e, and
/53 Midi' Porto Men at 53655 e. Petroleum dull
at about the for crude, and 32433 c for refined
in bond..
Blew Orleans market.
Nam Ontesits, December S.—Cotton easy;
salmi - of I,Suo butes of low middling, at Ms; re
celpts IWO bales. Sugar firm; fair, at tW4c.
Molasses firm, at Cie for Inferior. and cSeuSe
for prime. I lour active; superfine, at Illpft4
lOu;
_extra, at SII,ZeIti,SO. Corn lower, at
;MX. Oats arm and In lair demand, at 7Se.
Hay steady, at sm. Pork lower; old, at SM.
BAWD dull and lower; shoulders, at lSc, and
sides. at 1.3 e. Lard dull, at l3tsllc. Whisky, at
4,9)02,40. Tobacco In good demand; medium
u rf
change'. u"
u
tu'
=E=2l3
Enej rico, December 5.--Breadstuals quleL
Plonr—No, I spring 111; weatern spring bakers
$ll Corn held; by cargo,. •I; car Iota; #1,03.
Oats inactive:44e about Mc. Barley—State, I;
Canada 15 bald at #1151103. Aye, kattsll. Fork,
Lard,24c.• Whisky, #1,38.
E=l=l
••• • .
MILWAUTZI, Deo. 5..-no.to ;tomb:Lat. Wheat
drooping, at $1,79 for No. ! Corn at eao for
No. 1. (rata, at Slo. tor 'No. Yrov I gone arm.
er. Dressed Bogs unchaago!l. .*
Toledo Marlieil
Tetsuo. December 5.-Wheat lu better; sales
of No:1 at Wt. Corn quiet; 81c for No. 1. Oate
2c better; dales at 45c. for No.l. Rye 111
changed. '-
-
Philadelphia Market.
PIIILADZI.PRIA.DOMMbar s.—Whlsky dull
Pertasilvattla barrels prXdr.4.l6, and Ohio, ;12,-
43 per gallon. .
• • /11POKIDS lIY 11,131.110.111.
rITTSII VIA B. FORT WATNII d CEIIO4IOO It. B.
December 0-2 cars metal, Martin Wirer a co;
16 bble apples, J & W Yearley ; 5 LW!, rye flour,
.1 Taylor' 15 Clli;f, palls, Means & Conte; 9 bbls
fiffrl•Y.,nearr tta4Z,Vigri k ,:co . ra,• rielef;
Ilogstott; 12 eke pearls, McCully a oo; 15 'kegs
apple batter, 10 bbls cider. Steel & tiro; M
apples. Kell & Ilitchart; 75 do do Vogt & co; 1
car barley, Garrard 'Et Hon; / do do, Wain
wright a co; 56 bills broom corn, McElroy a
& co; II Ws apple*. Ho l singer a co; I car li:to
tal, Speaig a Chalfant; 1 hhdetobacoo, John
Grazier; 15 bble apples, W J Meekll car metal,
Bryan & Caughey I 1 do millfeed, Jae (1 loan; 10
bbls apples. E Newman;39 bgs oat., IL Ilea Jr;
70 hides, G 11 Anderson; 10 bbls mess pork I
do beef, Watt & Wilson; ban choose, Jll
Canfield; 170 do do, II 1 0 Eusbi'. - • •
CLXVIGLAND MID PITTSSUIIOII RAIL ZIOAD.•••
December 5.-12 eke pearls, 'Bryce Walker &
co; 40 pkgs Onions, Volgtqt co; 8 cars blooms,
Park, Bros & car potutocs,-W--3 Btcel - 1
Bros I o Crag - & - Ireiter; 3 cars metal,
Loyd & Black; 8 do do, Zug & cosi do do, Mc-
Knight & cot 4 do, Shoehoerger & Blair; 1 cur
oats, Williamson & Black; 51 Wile oil, Brewer,
Burke d coil car barley, W Patterson; I
sax oats, hob* lienderacm; 10 aka onionr,s kgs
apple butter, 2 pigs, eggs. Potter, Aiken
Shepard; 3 pkgs butter, J. 11 Volgt & co; 13
aka barley, 3 dressed bags, McCullough, Smith
& co; 16 kgs apple butter, W J &eel ilDros
WAN eggs, Blair & Woods; 4 rolls /tether. ti 11
Andersonse Ms apple butter, 11 Derwin & co;
10 bgs rye, Jim Glenn; 53 skis dry applea, , 4 bbla
butter r a do fluiseed,lll.: Ward; 45 dez brooms,
J d =wank & co. I
COLLIXDUS CINOINSATI• R. it.,
DecoMber 15-87 aka barley, Ir Ilhiolda; 0 do dd,
!embalm, Miller & co; I bbl butter, Pettit &
Nowlin; 6 bids apples, eldeCorsnielt,• 53 ;socks
Tags, McCullough, Smith & co; 43 eke barley,
liennor.Darpor A. lloodss7 bge corn, tl Boa
Ir; 3Ws eggs, W Bock & co; 2" do do, Cook
Jiro & co; 2 care apples Cidopboll & Brown;
care rye, Dalian.% 1 do do. Dan WM
lace; I car mildeed, A Ragan.;
pa
2 cars lumber,
to 3
Milldo ike do, W n & co
Gormley
;NO bbls flour Lull, llshords
. .= bble oil , B A
kahnestock & oat 03 bbla hominy, Maury
ALLIDIIIIIDIT STATION December 5-1 car
lumber, .1 it Lindsay; 8 bola apples, John Ma
hon;do, J.ldci.loy; 15 eke Oats, W MeCm
bbls flour, & A Carson; /1).. blda Wok
wbeat floor. Stewart & Laromultelm; sdo do,
D E MoAllister; 10 aka oats, D /lelnemani 10 do
potatooe. V Lobo; 2c aka wheat 6 McKeo &To;
- /O0 btga , illour. Coy I Nobles 150 a wheat, T
Nobles; pkge butter, be cluseso Kennedy &
M. aowax
'w.IILILLABIS & COWAN;
PLASTIC SLATICEINENT ROOFERS.
, i a
oor..
r xg "
beelneptPAM m . p S ee e a m e g n tr . e h a ß d No.
ttenel Relletwet hittah.
P. .. teitttlh
PIIIIIIIIRCOATAMEINULPEB
AmPotiebes, Leuises.trrettuills; also* superior
srdclo orßUbber Milaussile of SUR. A full aeon.
meat on band, wikoleinne retai l ' at the Rubber.
Depot. at sad Id St. ()Writ: J. ft 11.
WALL PAPER-Of grades,
• • for Parlor. Halls, 1: 1 1044 11, 0 0 04 1 1n4
an 1411"."1637 ' a"ot ° iro m a k usegeno:
oczr
RIVER BIEML
The riverhas risen considerably since our
last report, and was still rising last evening,
with twelve
and a half feet in the channel by
tho Allegheny marks. At UU City, the Alto
glienyrivcr was rising In the early part of the
day, with coven feet In the channel at that
point. The weather yesterday was cloudy
and smoky, with every appearance of rain.
The Spray, frOm Cincinnati, is the only ar
rival we have to report.- Tho Loonldne,from
Cincinnati, and the Savanna from St. Louis,
were One last night and will doubtless be
found In port this morning.
The „Argosy cleared for Cincinnati about
noon yesterday, with a moderato trip, and
the glniporter gget . o ff for St. Louis last
evening.. The last named boat had a very
good trip, including a wonsiderithle amount
of railroad Irma and s fair number of pee.
T o tirey.Eagle got off forrarkersbarg on
Maio yesterday,and the Bayard, Capt, &leo.
D. Moore, is the regular packet for that Point
The
.
The Bellevernon, Capt. Darragh, the Wam
nits, Capt. Shaman, both eacellent boats. and
in chrago of emend and experienced °Mears,
aro announced for St. Louis, and the Kate
Itehinson,Capt.Sobt.ltelniuKin, In up for Now
Orleans. . -
The Ida Reese, Capt. doe Drown, is next in
turn for Cincinnati and Lonlaville after the
Pine Grove, and the Waggle Hays, Capt. Hen
drickson, MUM the Saturday packet for Cin
cinnati, having taken the place of the Quick
step. .
The Yorktown since she was taken Mt the
dock has been handsomely repainted and now
presents a very neat appearance, looking like
a bran new boat. We scanted to see Captain
Ebben, loading her for St. - Louis before long.
Capt. Btandish Peppard still retains, charge of
the office of the Yorktown. .
The Louldville.oourier,not satisfied wi th the
statements of the Pittsburgh papers in regard
to the Great Republic, sent a 'penis' reporter
here to see tf there was not some mistake in
_regard to the dimensions, capacity, eta., etc.,
of this mammoth steamer. Time Cburirr Is
now satisfied that she is Just what she Is re
presented, and Is form' to admit, In point of.
design, model, ete.,ete., she is,or will las when
finished, equal to auy of the finest rower river
- steamers. We are of the - opinion that when
she goes down there, the Courier will acknow
ledge thaLthe. Great Republic is a little oared
of anything ever turned out in he shape of a
steamboat, ut Louisville or vicinity, including
H.tdison.
The neer from title point out ts now In, ex
cellent • condi Lion for towboats taking out,
coal, but , unfortunattily, there le but little
coalhere ready fer sblpment,and consequent
ty. there is not, much going forward. The
liercules will probably get out with a tow to
day.
Tho Quickstep, Julia and Rob Roy arrlied
et Cincinnati on Mondity, and the t,olutultia,
Carrie, and Kate Putnam were advertised to
laavethere for Pittsburgh on Tumidity. The
Quickstep has been laid up at tllncannaLl. The
Glendale, en route from Pittsburgh to Sand
Loons, passed :_Evansville on Monday. The.
Nnra was advertised to leave Cincinnati for
Ancansas river on Tuesday, us was also the
Westmoreland for New Orleans. The tow
boat Sititpeen Ilorner paned up over the falls
al, Louisville on Monday.
We clip the following from the St. Louis
Dcautentt, of Monday : „
The Mexico, formerly Innis. side-wheeler,
waa sold on Eaturtlay to par ties from Yazoo
river, for the sum of illpon The tow
boatrriondelilp gore to PlUebnrgh wlthfuur
' barges, conttuntog about =tons pig Iron and
iron ore The Minnie, &Lerman, Ears
Porter, Glasgow and Pine . Bluff are loading
for the Ohio nver We learn that
- . .
Captain W. C. Harrison • has purchased the
splendid steamer Bart.Able r now commanded
by him, and intends to keep her In the ited
river trade as long as The weter_Permits.
Says the Louisville Charter: We learn that
Mr. Thos. Collins. coalboat pilot, is insane,
and his friends, yestettlay, started, with him
to Lite asylum at Lexington.
:f.% :royAo
UPDAV r i 2CKILT A LT M i l l . l 7:lllldEit
TLACE Ur TIM -QUICIUMEY.—The Ann passen.
ter uleamer LISTS. D. Clerk, ica•
ItiON,commander: IL It. ro/rms,_ sill run
sr a PIM ULA IC Vi/MIL LI PAU /MT an auttou er d
soon. • •
Ott - eIIAS. SALMIS.
•
F 0 R EAIL;I 8
3 1 ,
~A
.—Tao ner
amt kiA aRU
tedl.lparArtager simmer
BELLZIrItANtIx Capt. JOUs .1. Diai•an.
W. Y. 111..AC401 . 0. N. Clerk, Will Irmie far the above
&Au Atl Intersileaste ports oil WEDNESDAY, ate
o•elocli T. W. '
• • •
roc frratat or onatase apply on noord or to
dry BANN.", a COLt.lan, Agenta
Iron niempins at, NElV a dr a b
OIILEANd—Tne splendid steam
KATE BOW N130K... .:....Capf. It. 11.806156021.
Wlllleare for the abort and all Intermediate ports,
on WATtIIMAY. at 4p. rn.. t frostilvely. . .
fur trellan or palT o mo y onboard or tts
YLACK ' L
, IMIIWt/t/
ettaltl.l4s lialeNE , Agents.
det JAII/Itdvt/LLIIiP
—..... . __ ... ,
14 - `Oll CINCINNATI ANDagE i b
LaJITIBFILLZ. , Tbe line steamer
IDA NE VS Pe. .. ... ....Capt.' J: Booob.
Will leave for the above and Nl Intermediate port
on TLIF:ODAY. at 4 r. Y.
for freight or plumage apply. on board of
del FLACK 41. t.VL1A.5%1W001.4.40Z15.
FOR ST. LOCIS.--Theaggr u t
paaarnor steamer
Capi. T. baumAx.
Wlll positarrly 'rave for the above and all /uterine
date porta. on Tiller DAV, at 1 r. at. -
For /Taipei or paaaage apply on board. or to .
no:7 /LA( Kyat U. Agent..
EX.PIIESS 11ACHET LINEAU
FOUST. WU o.—a be fine passen
ger steamer
ibirtrltTS Capt. Jona !Cosa,
Will leave tor the above and all Intermediate porta
on Flint DAY. at lib.
For frrtabt or paasage app/
r=!
PEOPLE'S LINE.--REG.
ULAN. , A - ECKLYttiF.T
tween PITTSBURGH A ND CINCIN.
NATL.—The .w and ityleadld neuter ARGOSY.
rapt Loot. VanlegettY, %V. H. Boot', Clerk. I
Pltuburgh EVERY WHIM VADAT. &Interlock W.
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY PUIDAY,
For freight or puss. imply on board. or to
no3:n.= CHAS. DARNER. Agent.
W4IEELEIG, lIIARIET.Adr is t
•ALPABIEGHSBURti PACK.
IT.—Tbe agtendld paxsoadar steamer
BAYAIU) Capt. tixoldlilloOaz.
'eaves Flttobaratt
MONDAY AND TUUNBDAY....it II ceelock A. X
Leaves rarkarabard•
TUESDAY AND ?JUDAIC .. —.. at 2 oldotari. ar.
War Dated or Palmated pplied board. sottait
' CO - PARTNERSHIP.
TUE UNDERSIGNED FUSING
DDurchascd I rEAMIrSi ZritnlZ of tbo rate
C r u st
;
the matintacturnot WAD NS, IC., at the old es
tabll.hed stands of Yrsderlek Aesettlemann and
Thomut Harper: on Beaver street. Manchester,
and Would respectfully solid a continuance of the
Psfrodnite. hitherto .0 Ilbcnll bestowed.
THOMAnII A UPER.,
ANTHONY ti/J IVA N.
ADAM AESCHELILANN.
• LEATHER °ELTING.
. _
COlllO TAIT. a t ar C l A P l Ltiallt Alle
f,ber./ City, itolOurnetarero of sreft a50g;21.421.31
ling mule to
°roes SO4 replliteo of short. notice. raullentar at
tention paid to Mils for ItedilOW Milli awl heavy
works. All work wurantua. (Intim Tespectroiy
olleltsd. ~P. 174
STEPHEN M. OTT,
UAXIUAL
Die Sinker, Seal and Medal Engraver,
MICH, NOD AID sun urn COUR,
SUPERIOR SEAL FREESE'S,
Cancelling Stamps and Visiting Canis,
AUG, PLATES FOR MARKING CLOTH, NU.
93 Wood St., Col'. Diamond Alley,
aeon, WSW II BOOL TO ray
te /T RtllUi H.
•
ipitIVATE DISEASES.
DIU SUUNU, date orPtallaaelphin,) •
No. TS Third creel. tree.. •all descriptions el Fri
rate Inseams with untie .el, enemas.
Viirifenloreiteialberit a seeped matorrhoena ant
diseases or the tlrla.ry Organs. His treatment fol
the same being the moot ancemstel ever employed
He giver hopes era rpeedy cure to the alloted.
Ladles will lied hlsOrummtagogne superior to an,
other preparation for removing obstructions to the
healthy rocastreal Good. No. I,- Una Lollar pe
bottle., No. 5, which is lour degree, Won ref. en
14tigeot Obsthate eases, Ylea Dollars pe
Unice Loured A. X. to 5 r. r. m, log P. V. •
44,1!r4...t."0114."411. Pa YOUNo.
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ST. CLAM STREET. 22
ItI.IBBIAX PEERLIC tIPXCTACLE#.;..-
t LRVEYINUINSTRUN ENDS,
vrll:ltA (714111±17.8. TELES(.IOP.MO,
sTERP.OsCOVES, kIICILUEICoPES;
• I...I.IALIJINATION HYDILOMITIeRiti,
(U.tand ard.)
Tit IC ItUOSIRTE US, BAROMSTIC .
116 8 .13.Act111011.
/MEWS. A... tar sale at reasonable Mass, by
DLANOLID, Yrsollcal Optician,
(TO t.,l2#lltreet
EW ARRIVAL! NEW ARRIVAL!
N
ZOO packages new crop Nablus, In whole. bail'
and quarter boxes;
25 casks maw Currants;
ao barrels choice Piet les. In vinegar:
coo drums now crop rigs;
I 0 bags large Tennessee Yea Nuts; '
5006 fresh COCOA ri ts, -
In store and to arrive at .
REVAIlitt& UM*.
No. 3:6 t 3.63 Wood cuter
J. SCHOONRIAILER & SON,
Pittsburgh White Lead Works
PURE WHITE LEAD.
ULU'S LEAD tin t iaNy n. o 7GS PAIST/L1
0.67 Yostrills .11p Stales.
g. HIUSEUKANN
. ,
Fifth Nrad,between Tunas/ and
- -128alitaanntroste.--:-.
OUNSMITH AND.DEALER IN HARDWARE,
/lest class goods of ell desorlpttons4Ve 01l
band *pa sold as ills loran pilaw As dos
...telly ahnrlnntle..
ALLEGHENY .CITY FLOUR AND
• 3FIONI:13 1 Onvicamo„
a C. MoMASTER .& 410.'
No. SONOhIO St... Allegheny.
Wholesale sad /Wall Dealers I h
3 rat i lraf; Zalasilatet,
MONEY 'LOAN. OFFICE NO:161
Eimsrullg.. ,MIXICT, bonier 'of Kul,
Cl Dltal o= I
tiVvel e ale lli glel ll erea7 tee, lu4 o 7l. l,P ch
r; e 4, ii:
Tbefroods relmot be deneered wltoontik mooch.
Not sosountable °see of Ore or robbery.
1 Goole nr...reery description .for. sale at lo net
prlpao, 110111014 SILLbtIIXI. DA UM;
, .
prinsnußGn BREWERY.
. ,
' CARSON DARLINGTON & CO.,
BREWERS, MALSTERS & HOP DEALERS,
Hi:Leeman lo
•
JOSHUA HITODES a co.. Pl icanu s h .
was. W. ANDSOSOB, Alleatieo7,
•
•
. .•
YoTir•vri:ll;nigim;;tren or
the
t"
arm'.
•
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•
ALES AND PORTER. -
throrgh the careful selection of Mall from
our extensive malting factiltles and Hose from the
rants tact and Wont, we ran guarantee to be pore
and satisfactory to the tt ado.
Our IN VIA. ALM has been highly recommended
brohyslclarts for faintly me. .
arid. AZIDERSON'e customers wltl pleme Le
particular to leave their Ord , la at lila Mlle° &dicta
lug Ate old Brewery, or at our olllee, •
Corner or Doquesno Way vol Barkees Alley,
, • 00e;010 . .
• Jamas . d. A; 'SOON% • -
SiLUKAS nun= - 7 THORAIS anodise
ALLEGHENY BREWERY.
Has prellased the old established Brewery
known of th e AL,L,ESIBEd Y BREWERY, rernrefll
owned by Qamp null d Ueehm, we would Winn the
penile that we Intendeentlnuing the manufacture of
SPRING` WATER ALES,
9.de from rare Spring Water, and from ear reap
tics and lonic experience In the neatness we reel
Battened that we will be enabled to glee calf. eat.
&greener/ to those who.may faros us with their pat
otiose.
119111 - STS € OCS.s
465 — Rebecca, Sti.eot,
ALLEGLIENT
SOCAII orders left at !MOWN d GILA ftArd
9 I,lburty ~,Sreet, Pittsburgh, will be promptly
Attended Co.,' - nerbllla
R. J. b1111111...'.W. C. norran....c. A. N. lITSIB
RIVERS, HOPPER & CO.,
Muocesoors to D. R. Dodger.)
No. 45 Smithfield St..
Kaanfacturoro and Denim In on kinds of
.19 - 9:I"PLIV.Trin:TFLE
Parlor, Chamber,
and Dining Room Bets,
OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE,
Together with • full assortment of
Pittsburgh Manufactured Furniture,
Constantl► on hand awl forsele at the
7-9012174,1111 t OViieth 122'1004
FRANKLIN COTTON WORKS,
E. HYDE'S SONS
♦rc now prepared to manntacture—
COVERLET 'YARN, CANDLEWICK,
I=ll
WENT CANAL STREET. betirsen Robtavola and
Lnevel. Allegheny Pity. Pa.
P. ordero by m.O attended to. • nO•nao,
tASTIIIAN '8 PATENT
Portable Folding
FAMILY BEDSTEADS:
the Fint BeiMath or Family tie it (be World. J .
We manufacture ratione sizes and .tylrt of bah
Dt/UIILIK AND tit NU Li ItElleVra:a DS, all of width
are so arranged a. to admit of their being easily
fohird selfiteet removing natal or •err.t. oreeeo tilt
arra:ming the bedding. When folded they are per
fectly portnetle, and can easily be carried from room
to room or from house to house.
• . . „
To ho 1011TIlik..NOTTZtl, 90 thaltti
Otld arcat. . . •
H. P. OWLNP,"Aitut.
GREAT REVOLUTION IN , TILE
WINE TRADE 01 , THE UNITED 25TATELL
—PUNIC VA.L , IWINIA fiIIASITAIII4 Z. made and
prepared as if done In France, Porn pars es.tfor.
nia Inc and taking the place of Imported Chats.
P Mfe t inderolgued 'slid call the attention of Wine
Dealers and Hotel ;fevers to the followlcur letter.
wineh May eve •correct Idea of the quality of their
Wine!
••ColtTigairiaLllOTar..
Piimangtorma, Vet.
loth.
"e n • Co.—
Hay on
given year califortasChamnegne • theroagh lest,
vre tale pious:eta saying mot we tliteik It the best
Amen,. WDm we have ever used. We shall-at
once place It on our biller fare. Years truly
HIND:LAY IN)."
Cali and try our ealifornt• Champagne.
nol:;•76 6IIUUU gNA1.0...38 Day at.. W. T.
lii ITIONAL BOUNTIES TO
Soldiers of 1861 and 1862.
All who served three years are entitled to MO
bounty': those serried two years. $5O: or who were
discharged by ressoa of Ir wands. or libel: heirs.
. 2hres Jtlonthe Extra Pay
Is due Volunteer Otgeere In the service Much bi,
In; and discharged, mustered out, or resigned
since April a Iffis•
rgliglONd.—Permsecutly disabled are entitled
tolll4 $2O or S2A. sceordleg to degree of disabil
ity.
W. J. A LULL rATYZateIPYI, Attorneys..
ant • 75 •IHatKtVHat. PUY...vb. Pa,
UHEAT TrESTElltb "..
PLANING NELL,
Cum of lukiuy 61m1 u 4 Iltpuse Yu,
ryrrszsunou. rw.
Sash Doors, Blinds and Mouldings
HAins TO RDER.. UndniabrA work Is Rut
dry house and dalbod when taken oat. Fauna,.
Yloorbg. Westlxr Boarding. Lathe end 15bingles
eonetantiy on band. hawing, re-sawing and Beroll ,
riming done with dispateh. Boxes o inds
made onier. JOHN HEATH.
TO Ct-ASBMAKERB.
TnE -
-SUBSCRIBERS.' HAYING
completed theft' snueements for crushing the
Huntludon duel Rock, are cow prepated to fur
nish a Int quality of PAN ready for use, dbts.
coed to CAR LOA DI AT THEIIIWOII.IfI3, et the
reduced rate o'lll4o per too; to Malt, or 65.00 In
bus, or be deliver,: here, either loosest $O.OO.
or In bus at 9,30 per tun, or parties. ran Mrolsh
bus at the home pram. We *Ref the Oreet, Glass
houses Band, adapted to their use, subject to the
' Melt n rrriNd " VILLTA ° :A RT) T 111 3 111% 00 11t1 . 1.
Creek Poet Odic,. Huntleadoo counts. or to
AI , EXANDEIt EMI. No. 140 first street,
fittiburah, will be promptly attended to
ROBLEY & CO.
SUPERIOR OAK M A ME; PAT
LEATIIER BELTING AND HOBE,
klanufsetored at No. OB . IOIITHIIKLD UT.. 10
HARTLEY. PHELPS & CO.
Aloo.Agents for Now York 'Jobber 0.. r
431-uni. Belting*.
I.PATNlcin. h d o nitiiVirMringt. ° Oo l l l tia
RIVEItIo44 OURS, EILLT 1100K5.445.. Hoorn
PHOENIX STEAM BREWERY
JOB. ersetori ------
. 'KAT.
i l a
toPE CER & Nic,Ofr,
lIILST iS AND BRIIIIIIIIS
.
Ale, Po for and Brown Stout,
WATSON,TSBEIRGII, PA.
nOWICRT W Kau Sr. • ' le111:dif
W. 11. OARIAIID....D. A. 800T1T....W. T. tuna/LID
POINT BIALT.IIOIIIBEI9.
W I H. GABBARD &
Malsters, Grain & HogD6alers,
N. .
N. 17 Water Street: and
At.: I and 7 . IP•aa. Street, •
PITTSBURGH. PA.'
DA TIM, i IIt h i, " C D UIN ' L P / d ‘4%!.17.
•
TEE L • LIGHTNING LARM
11.-C. JO . NX/1 D. ,CRAWFORD J/IQ.
40NE9 cs&wFoRD 4NOGELAAgents.
THE MOST POWERFUL 'AND
Tlllll.lf Rflll.l.lilllr COAL OIL OAS LIUXIT
EVEII PIiiIDUUED.
Adopted by the U. S.Goyeinntent.
Noe explosive. ebeip and BellutlAil. Gives
llWht/tea three•Zold 'greater' tosn any older
Tbls pstgetls adaptid to all lame Pe rflogeN
and is the Islekli Merely - 1 eendeOtor, never m
ewl.
t ry , tr i lmmis i g. Burnet. oo lbls principle ap..
SHOWS et UNA II z I P L I !At.g 141 1 14.9'Pez, i ;
ot &Metre Book iitore
Fifth runt. Chronicle ' x;2l
R 1 1 ,01113 DISEASES. •
ovinal lei pub MUM, uar end.
in tiro rs of ell ening of tint* . lint' — ero. II •
tin o tour dem bi.o_l9l elf nevrand ens
weennen, and all other
of the lineal Man on their lirsTeallon
Care varnurted or money relnaoe‘L
Y r" ..Z h ngt l re k tr.. a iNiiPtl f fel "V e 1°,4% . , •
BELL ir..CO, •
Cotton NWs, Pittsburgh,
_ Manntactuera-of
A.L . WHOiIk)I3IIZZTINIEIN
.11.Nt11101111HZETtim0§,_
„.„.. m i ke tOtottlleCTlmuß.
IMANDON
reCelved and ior cola by IrELL°W
vca
~._,:molet i v . o vn l s IL. KELLY & CO
UM& ill WOO 4 suim.
BEHAN IRON WORKS.
JONES & MUDS,
rnr.r.rIS23IXELCV3Z.
1 1A707A4TVEZIAS 07
AMERICAN AND CLAD
Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Plate Iron;
Bridge Iron;
Angle and T Iron;
Guard Iron;
Coal Screen Iron;
T Rail:l2l6 and 20 lbs. to the yard
Tram Rails, punched and coun
ter smile e •
Boiler, Bridge aid Tank Rivets
Cut Bath and Spikes;
Ship and Boat Spikes; .
Railroad Spikes;
Railroad Fish Bare and Bolts;
Railroad Car isueeh and Axles;
Street Car Wheeh and Axles;
Coal-Pit Car Wheels and Axles;
Patent Cold Rolled Shafting; •
Patent Cold Rolled Piston Rods;
Mower and Reaper Bars.
_ .
WAILAIRDThb AND OF/ICE.
120 Water and 15& Front Ste.
BBILNCH
Nos, 22,21 and 26 River St.,
CHICAUO, ILL,
KBYSTOM IRON OHS.
HUTCHISON GLASS & CO.,
atm rAdurer. of the different eine of
Round, Square, Flat and
llorse-Shoe Bar Iron,
loop and Band Iron,
Boiler-Plate, Tank and
Salt-Pan Iron,
Sheet Iron, Sit u de., are
Werner, PITT TOWNSH Ir. on Ifonondanets river.
Mice and Wainhoave:
N 0.14 6 Water Street.
ovider
KENSIDICTON IRON WORN'S
LLOYD & BLACK,
lIKLIFACTISEIPA Or
Bed Common, Refined C'hdrcoal
Juniata Bloom Iron.
MEROIIANT BAR. ROUND and SQUAB& MON
HOOP. BAND. T and ANULE IRON.
BOILER PLATE and BR MET IRO!.
MOWER and REAPRRDARS
CYLINDELtand WIRD OR TING It lIION
SMALL T.MAILS, 24 and 111 lbs. tib lac Tar
WROUGHT. CRAMS ius4IISPIAJLS tier Same.
YLAT RAILS, ranched and Countebunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
NAVA and SYIEZA. '
Warehouse, No. EIS Water and No. 6 Market el.
Works. Second street, Elgtati Ward. adjoining
City Oas Works, Ylitsburgli. au2.1:11,
FORSYTH'S
.STANDARD • SCALES.
amine:Nl
Copying Presses
T ,
'Warehouse rucks,
Baggage - Barrows,
Sugar Bills, dm.
•
ronswili. TAYLOR & CO*,
lie3loLBll 30 tuuilurr STREET.
pITTSBURGR OtEEL WORK
r -
ANDERSON, COOK * t 33.,
OIUOCiS&/88 TO JON= BOYD • C 0.,)
Kaanfacturers of th twat reined Cast Steil. Square
rat
!left. of all glsca,Baw Plates. Hoe. rook
sad Cut !Me d, Vast Mod far ,
REAPING AND MOWING NAMES,
anurrAnow wuryjeAriuisandimun
CIiCII Ete.
Cut Comm Plough andfpring Ste/41,
lacie—uamey of VIM and Boos Meats, two blotto
toots the mmumvad• Bowe.
FORT PITT Y FOUNDRY.
•
MILE INIP NEPHEWS
ISANOTAciIIRRIN 07
•
HEAVY ORDNANCE,
.
iND ALL RINDS OF RIAU' cairn:Nati
Spenalatteuttosiped to ROLLIN.] Mud. WORK
BLAST MACHIN SKY and RISTORTA.
it/g. w‘i attended to ProsthtlY.
As beretolbre, the best magenaW will always be
used at this Foundry,
Raving disposed or our old pattenO, we are-pre
pared, with RIM AND twraoviDrpatterns, eon.
I 'meted under the supervision... nit, ZILNIST,
tarnish NMI. MACHINES at short notice: n 0....
_
n'anoritse• • c. F. OILIMAY.
AMEIIICAN !MACHINE OREL
-CHARLES F. OWIMIS it CO
.1,
ithecesson to
.risu au, pliatAat a CO., •
Engine Builders and' Machinists,
tt►troT►C:piine of
Oil Engines, Oil Tools,
And everything necessary for Boring 00 FarUoulaz attention paid to fittlng analting
linngen, as.
Marton Awanaa, sa l t Pt. W. &C. ite. Lt.
11.1.1eighozry,
R . C.PA1R11743 DUNL PRORrn.t.
11111.111Th.5.. :JOBS 411131 X«
VALLEYSTOVE ,
ALLEN. M'KEE & CO.,
03lee audWarehons• 3011M:tarty 311•01
Pt !Imposts. 110.11
llanaheturea a yea% variety of COOK, 'PARLOR
and HEATINO STOVES, Mo nitor ma are the eel.
ebnltent Allegheny and Coal Cooking
Mores: alert, tke Autocrat and Sentinel for coal or
wood. And the an:Walled Star of the Emptte. for
"VV.thtleatttralt rend?
pETIROLIA 11141 CHINE WOW&Ekt,
jam S. IaZ14031:1r,
Ns. 310blo Street, Alieitlealls
Mingiftetarse of
•
. .
iptrumnity amnia TOOLS, AND 710411111.15
MED IN PINKING 011. AND BALT WEL' '
Particular. attention Invited to Ms Patented
movements In Jul And Joints, made of Jordatta.
U. P., and Low Moor Iron, In standard sixes, and
numbered, so that pans eau be ordered' by mali
terrrapb, and room/ • venom At at a. lima.
Ve /livlith fon Wand. Mall tee% de., te
%beset/be may wish r. Ithmtres and =Woo wotk
made to order. Orden by mall promtly attended to.
lam prepared to meat Menses toether toatint ar
taxers for them Imordremention liberal W=6-Bex
V Al leeneny ir.M. •
14:10:dla • • IL' LLUILIV
. _
BLACK "DIAMOND
• IDTMEMma 370'01:12Mi0,
. .
mum, ra. ,
!ARIL, lIIDMM F I
Illansiminirera of
'Ezra pp man smarm OAST arm..
Bowe, and Ucitaxuaii Cif gime& Pursue
coedto say Ooporlott or asanandarodia ooaa
an waraboas4h.2loo6 =Oita Tutu as
. Wesel streets. ritisonnt nil
PITTE(I3ITE3H IRAN WORKS.
J. PAINTER a'sc.five.
kAsuricitraeas or
Iron Bucket, Tub and Trunk
HOOPS . AND I3HBSTB,
PITTSBUIICIEU-PA.-=
IRON CITY MILLS.
ROMERS & BURCH/Mit,
.11humbiturtirs or -
siSningno CHAIICOAL. JURIATA A r0L.11311.611
iamminuer xisclztr.
0171C11 AND WAIPJUIOVOL )10. 118 MARKET 81%
GPO. 11313111. ....W. D. 8231.23 T. EIOLLK•11
LA BELLE STEEL WOILBS.
ILIKIMSCra me Oa.
And BLI II MFVAIL;IMAR AXLIA YEW
20 8 l e t SN ta• le twirls arras=Joidia)
JO& P. .... ant Amt.
.AND WEST POIXT
D l l 7-q-- muN lUESM •roao l gs, ntreustill. x'enns., Man
ufacture all elapses of Porringe r , Ms,
WeraPptsto
_u Lam Pitman Jaws
la 0.• mall; Axles, Zotoluoltro
Fromm
totuni . 4" . ":: ." — Teggi_U4detg ed
am premixed to Amu.. all mom •outiostecr to
themmith promptness andiatur, 4
tratlZA •
/GM F. SCHUCIRIABI C 0. ,& COy
PRACTICAL - LTFRORRAPHERS
• • •
The 02iLY ETitaM LITEIOGRACHiC EMUS-
Lislylll222T Wical 02 0 THY MOUNTaLd. own
ass-Oarda, Lauer Heads, Ronda Lade% Circa
lars. dhow - Cards, Uldaddas. Parsnip. Yid , oo
CerildesalaserDayaalui, lortation Cards; .ta.%As.
Nos. TN Ir4nlr4sll., sittomiti• eqlzus
XANUFACMMIIS.
UNION IRON MILLS,
NINTH WARD, PrITUDEGR.
A CONSOLIDATION •OF .THE "IRON • CITY
FORGE" AND ..cyciorn IRON CO." •
GEIXJA.U. ii•ourAOTOB[AS 07
IRON AND.FORGINS.
etteetloo glees to the weentacture of
H ammered and Rolled Locomo
. (lie and Car Axles,
MClagalleLehav 33.RH2737.
BA ILROAD.CHAttet SPLICE BARS. BEW G Z
LIRON BOLTS. "a :4
INKS AND DOLTS. 1 lIXLMS, GIRDER IRON:
OCTAGONAL HOLLOW WROUGHTUWEPOSTRI
T AND ANKLE IRON. &a.
wsniarovim •
95 Water and 12-6 First Streets;
OFFICT4 •
ATTAR Wt/RKS. NINTH WARD. PITTSBURGH.
005.17.7
FORT PITT
BOILER,. STILL INR - TANK
. - wcynx,s.
•
CARROT.I. & SNYDER ,
mAxurACTIIIIIMS 07 •
TUBULAR, DOUTILE-FLUED, TUBULAR
FIRE-BOX d CYLIN VEIL STEAM ROLLERS,'
OIL .STILLS• AND OIL TANKS,
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS,
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CO4-
DENSERs,
STEAM PIPES, GASOMETERS, AND IRON
BRIDGES,
TB/11014 DOORS AND COAL BRUTES."
Odle. nod Works, corner Second, Third.
libori3Ost Liberty Streete,i
rittsbufgh, Pennsylvania.
. a:Ord...A to the above address Will be
Promptly attended to. ' ic14:10
SHEFFIELD SUM WORKS.
SNOB, NIMICE & CO
111ANOTACTIIILIS Or -
BEST REFINED CAST STEEL'
- RANA FLAT LIT KUM 01 ALL 81f6I
KILL, KULAT, CIBCOLAII, 6A.210 AND CROSi COT
SAW PLATES.
ELLIPTIC AND BEMI-ELLIPTIC
RAILWAY . SPRINGS,
Cast Sprin g Steel,
Cast and German Plow Steel
4 , LOW WINGS AND mowzn, BASEL
SPRINGS; AXLES AND STEEL TILE,
81915.111 TO E
CROW-BAB& 44.,
Warehouse, 83 Water SG, Pittsburgh.
1e1144
ATJLAS WORKS, •
.iffORTOJIM STREET,
• - Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh.
THOMAS N. MILLER, President
These Works are Manna the laraeit and most cum
p p ar lete ed to esta
furnishbilsament la tha West, and are BOW pre
EnghiesocEvery Deacylption,
Ronal, Oil tanks,
Sheet Iron Work,
Railroad Castings,
Bolling Mill Carting,,
Engine Castlogy.
Machine Castings,
General Castings.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
..u66
MONTBLANC FOUNDRY,
Butler Street, Ninth Ward,
OP mans WI WI, IRONS-11'LS,
83.1ErCr
ROLLING MILL AND BRIDGE CASTINGS.
EMMY ARAB CASTLIGB 6UJKAU,L
Orden promptly Mid carefully executed.
CHANGES SEASONABLE,
BOE T & MACKLIND.
°MS%
CRESCENT STEEL 'WORKS
MILLER, BARB & PARKIN,
iwarrAortrasna OF
BEST QUALITY CAST STEEL
.wair r ,avi_Eqsuil to a s to the Marko
tan an i tol ii z t =l:ki . mettle
arzeui, Arriiiim i r t rAD EL. TO I/NE CAST
Oftloe, 38 Wood Street,
riV4l%.°l l .3"a7:OO E Z". "'ulnas
DUQUESNE IRON AND STEEL WORKS,
HAILNAN, BARKA CO.,
.41107/141171,1113 OP
Iron, Nails, Springs, Axles,
FLOI7Ot. 13PBMG LID /L. IL BTSI3I,
WAIISHIJI7B74
=NC.. 77 Wester street,
PITTSBURGH. r
so211:13
ROSED4LE EITOrE WORK&
L. PETERSON, Jr., & CO.,
lisaalsotarers arid Dealers la all Orals of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
'HOLLOW WARE, &c.,
Of Um very pATEST PATTERNS awl STYLES,
Warehouse, 197 Liberty Street,
WOW, SLANCRESTER. ataldea
OBLAJaDW..4OI t
B. WOLF. 311,, & CO.,
smumts tr
Hardware & Cutlery
Are now receiving large additions loon? inner.
whien Is offered to Dealers at
ZIALASTICILNILIV
Corner Liberty and St. Mir SOL I
• ... an 3plttio•knaritit, 3Pia.
LIPPINCOTT & BIKEIVOLL
No. US Water Street,
EATINT ltotinD. Aanrama
ti
ZATXNT TiktplatZl)
clam
Annum INLTENT TOC)THID
/LILL MUD caoss-nrr
" 4216 ' 11 ; 116 T Ell
a. tr. uouscrw....... . . .... s. 11411111 . p.r.
tyIIAILS. BOILER WOW.
HORROW-it BARNHILL,
MANIMACIIIIMAI or
Steam Bolters; 011 Stills. Agitator., Tanks,
mat Pans. Gasometers. Wrought
' iron Brldges,Stmet Iran •
- • • Workotte, 4e,
CORNER LIBERTY AND SECOND STS.,
• PITTSBURGH. P 4.
Aar naPAIRLDIO DONS CHOISETLY. mriktak
uruxty wouss.
. .
MaLEAN .& - 13LATOB, . ,
No, €3 Liberty St., . opposite Four th,
. .
OABIET MIDIS' EaRDIVABIT
T.. " speolalty of tFOII teed and Pivot
Motors: Porcelain, Badstaad apd xlvas (L..up ;
Bcdstoad Trtertlngs: Stops for .stansion ...... 0 4
Le. ' Tbny Liao xnascdnotnrs as* ILSVe oonstantly
on bands Thumb Latches. WIMr I.VM. 2134 " 0- ‘
Window Sash Supporter. x SenC • & trio nub'
Batton, Utility atomism and . ..1•M,_,./taa.elllisol-
stone amens. MAIMS, won 'So% ota. in, Ma .
' /114e110 .
46.211.11Z2,111
AETNA STOVE WORK&
- .•
A. RRai MM & CO.
COOK,-PAWN - Alia REAM STOVEO
tea thsagetmasa
eirafir
ZS c oeds,W
eastarWm
iIIiATES, GRATE mom.
armea sad Warnonse, aorseiot Beeese "INC**
Meet. ruasa Munace as eseostinzwar
_ . . .
aFI .& t iil
IRON AND NAM YORKS.
LEWIS, BAILEY, DALZELL & CO.
MANTIFACTUBEBS OF
BAR, 13011..tR; SHEET
9V41-Za - 1M IFLCMT,
NAILS AND NAIL RODS.
Warekouse, 73 Water & 90 Frunt st,,
' PA.
seUttlii • •
HARES STEM AND 61LiTES.
A LL PEII9ONS WHO NEED NEW
BISSWE. KI PUI t . 0 311 : r e t liatl c alf tit H al
No. 335 Liberty street, when they will also Ind a
complete supply of Ina and common enameled
GUM COMM STOYIB,I4RYORIVA , TING STOUP,
Wash House Yarasees and •1.Fia.47 StOTlll. •
BISSELL & C 0.,•
Ilaaufactureri ottlie iclebrated
WIIiv3IPII COOK StOVEII.
FOR COAL,
sepktZ Aral Black Oak for crood.
.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
P EAJr.!: rr. IPIAM74
IRON WOKIiS
rirstr...t, op Ir . !! e
RAILROIIDEI.
•
WESTERN PENN.' .
SYLVANIA RAILROAD
On and oiler MONDAY: NOv,lOth, Ins runner
Trains on the Western Pennsylranli
arrive at and depart from Allegheny Clq, as tot
lows :, Leae Andersha Street itt:30A..... IL%
MOOD. and 4 KO. CA 8 CO P. N.
Arrive at 4itiaznslrk 30, 9:03, II O_ , P , A. 11.,-and
iTirrisbn 33 ihnk 7.4 h, SOS. M., lad
P. N.
Anton at Anderson Street 6:54.0:1;• 3:13.;11143
A. N. and lAA 5:15. 7:Str. is. . •
Through Trains learn Anderson street, ft COO A.
udi 0.m., fur Alairsvlllt. Indiana
or
Met*
medlatn station.. •
Arrive at Anderson street at 'II:70 A:11: and 3:30
r. x.. float LlnlrevUle, Indiana and intennediate
stations. • A.UTBIS Bain DLit,
oe.adaC •' Assuan= nUperiaLtudent.
•
IDIENNSYLVAALL
CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Novarober Lsth.
'Trains arrive and leave thelinton deppoptl,, Ennis
of Washington and Liberty streets, as Mew.:
moults. - DarsitX.
Mall 'I raln....—' l=a So ; DifEiprass.....llo_ a M .
Past Line 1:50 a In Waal'. No. 1..... Lao am
Wall's Ni 1 1.24 aAm Mall Train 7:ot
Brlnton o. L.. 7:50a col Wall's No. 'l.—. 7;om m
Wa/PsNo. • mrsillnelarmtl. BT. lOadin
•Joirestoirn Wan • m
Baltaino e Ex... p Braddock No. 1. MO p
Phila. Express.., 1:54p Phila. Expre's. 4:Mpta
Wall.la,'No. h.— /alp m Wall's No. 4.-- 4:sq'p
WalPs No. 4.... 4:0 p m Wall , ' No. ban p m
Braddock 'No. /. 5:50 m Ws/P. /4 ch at
Wall's No. 5.. . 7:00p m Fast Line. 10:05 p m
Altoona Accost. Johnstown AJX: 2:50.p
.and Emigrant
train .. m'
f.T:c!%4
Vi r licitietton - every
Sunday at 115 a. reablitng Pittsburgh at 101 , 6 a.
m. Itsturn loves Pittsburgh at 17:b0 P.
arrive W s ntallon at UP p. m..
Theitlaitityr e e Szprees win arrive torttlithe 11111-
.adelphla Ks as at lite p. os Eindaya.
The neer ntonDep:t
_occupying the three
LT e s ' , e r PT= ofihe
tigt MOM et now open log
ra'Z'al.i=gura, at ALL
cum of cura, the' Eminsylranla H. R.
Company will hold themselves issponaltde for nee.
lanai besiege only. and Inc ingmoant not exceed
ingSlM.
te.ni . W. H. BLVX.WITH. Agent.
1866 ! MUIR'S 1866
L TIE Lyn 81111.0 H. rr. WAYNE & CE1141 ; 917)
Trains ar l As 9 o and. lealreit i the Until De l: Pohl;
follows: LaaTa. Amur&
Cllleagoitxprees I'J a nt,Chleago Express WO ini
dowelled 203 Pl , Cleveland Ex... 2:ao am
.Zde Tins Ex.. UM m Chicago Ex 18:26 a
t 7. e. WU. WI. 4:16 m heeling Ex....11.m am
isle. 7:10 a in Chicago Express See p m
p m Ct. & Whg. Ex.. :AO p
Ct. & WPg. re Erign. Ex. 8:45 p p
m
m
Chle.go Ex...... Z:so p o
Chic e
ago Y Express
Wbeellts. 4:S;pm Cl. kWh.. Ex.. 9:48 pse
Depart from.Allegneng..... Ant,. In Allegerney.
N. Br•In Aceom 2:09 a m,L. , setsdale &Arm 7:e3 a m
Leettlale •• 10:10 •m , N. Bt'ts • • am
• 11:50 • 11:66 am
New Castle •• 203 p in; lticer Castlo 9:45 am
" 49:1p miLeefeala 11:11 am
Leet&lale •• 4:30 p m ••
N. Beta. &MO pm.S.Br'ton 21E1 am
N.."..13r 11:16p ntlLeet . s . &ale •• CIO ast
.I.etadale 1040 pmi •• 2:40 am
No Isala. leans gltts- 111.104116 a. m. (7111e4F0
!burgh a Panday. • • Express arrivs dolly:
note 11. rayons. lieneral Tleke e t Agent.
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prrrsilinisa l caSagAmp
LUMPS AND 03 MN
NAT/ ighILBOA.I3 —Pan-llandle name.- iha sub
After IitINDLY, December Zl. MIS, Mint' Will
bine Pittsburgh had urrive as follows;
- taArs.. Aninl/N..
Pail Tut Woe 1;53 A. 14., 10:25 A. Y.
"70 A. 34. - 9:40 r. 24.
Jelled Trete.... 4Lel A. N. 1:73 P. N.
WAUAer'll Aooommodation..ll:43.A. Y. 3:00 r. N.
raven 2;10 P.
N. 100 A. 36
dteubenellle do - • 'LS P. N. 10:55 A. N.
51cDonald ... - 4:40 F. N. 8 . 15 A. N.
• • kioraing Ereolog 2112 tit
. . TrAlu. _ Train.
Leaves Pittaborg."l:s4. A. m. N. " 3:15 e. r.
'Arr. Columba 1....10.50 r. X.
••• 3:80 P.M. 500 A. N.
7:56 7. N. 7:55 A. r. .7:55 A. N.
li="l7zuw:ll2 A.K. 111 1 P. r.
tn. Louis.... B.IOA. Y..
3 :35 F.M. LIS P. X
L 001141114.... 5:15 A. N. :0 7. N. 11 .
Calro ...... 1:15 P. y. 1:30 A. It.' 4:30.A. X:
. 14,11. XSYT/11411:13re.111112. -
- Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Pll.l.4borib.
41.
5017 • @/a•1 Ticket Awe 7.711 U U 1.1...
at, PUMburiti.
primanunan asnagnimil
CONNELLEKVIL fl
LE B. R.
O- Spring Arrangement. ,
n mut after _ •
• ' TIIUSBDILT, MANG% ISltt. lass.
The trains will leers the Depot, corner at Boss and .
Water streets, as follows- •
.
• Lamar As rissi
'- Pittsburgh. riUsto i
Wall to and from Uniontstrn.....7lo A. N. 6:00 r.N.
PaPress. •• '• AND P. Y. term A. N. •
West Newton Accommodation Salt rt N. 6:71x.
first McKeesport Ascom•n 11:01A. N. 6h60 A. N .
•
Second .• •.• P. Y. 3:08 P.O.
Braddock's ••t :mr..K. V.
Bandar Church Train to sod '
l uta n..— I.OOP. Y. WO serf
ocz,4 . T. B. BIND, Agent.
W B. STOUT, plot..
ALLEGHENY
VALLEY RAILROAD,
11/1.111l OP
Orraaa afte o r MON a DAY, 15tM trains wit
leave and arrive at. Mubarak, Depot, corner PM
sad Canal street/I, as follows: .
first Elsklndattla Azeomod , n. Gann. Y. 12:00 X.
Mall, to and lied, Ma/toning— 7dX/n,' X. sit° r.
First Soda Works Ancor:ol4bn. 900 a. Y. at A.
deeond Kleklintultls Acc.m , n 1:30 7:011..
Limas, to and from Mabon'ir dad Y. 1000 A.ll,
Beyond gods Works Accons.n...l:3o 120r. Y.
Bonday Church Train from and
to nods Works. 1:03 r. r. 104COn. X
or-12M . BI.ACKSTON X, Boot.
BALTIMORE & ILIVANA STEAM..
ALLBI,IIP COMPANY. • - -
Y . 8 A CONN General Agents.
?UR HAVANA AND N CW OISLICANIS, CAMP.
DNB THE lINITED eTATESMAML.• •
The Pint-Mass StesmAtilps of lAls 1100 will lOU as
follows• •
'Llux 6 rir•-4,zatons. Wm. Holllas,lDommanslor,
TUESDAY. Drousber Ob.
1,103 tons. T. A. Salo. Cootmind
WLEINESDAY.AIocember •
Trost CHOWN% WILLEY. YELL'S POINT. • •
At S o'clock r. X., preoliely, on the days Announced.
/or freight or orssaAo, oaring unsurpstied aAM
tommodatioas, *pp yl
_to•
/18.15 T WASYTELD 6 tr.
C 0.." 'A
R. 11.—No lOUs LAding hot those or Oftoino•
so mill be signed.; Permits for the freight mast as
giire , rl=4, - . 1 .1 o'neda•P:fftailfllntgredreimiNT
RTEANI TO . ARD-FIION LIVEtt•
pow. •111) QUEEN noW N (I ar.r.Awn) T W/CB
• WEEK. The INMAN LINE, rfeWat
EVERY SATURDAY,
EVERY WED NESEAY
• CARItYLNII U. n. MAIL&
Tickets sold to cid him Ireland, Epic Laud. Scot
and. Gensiaay sad /ranee..
Apply at the Company's Gificess
JUAN G. VALE, A
'll.l.lburgh:
MIMI
MANUFA-. FUR% Co,
PI!PTSBiIitGH. PA.
PENNA. SALT MANpFACI:qfPG CO.
PITTBBIJRGa PA
- WINDOW SHADE/I — AIIOWIOIOI
new and bealrUfttl dedinut-on Green. Tau,
sad BuffGrounds,' Bold and Painted Borden. a
No.= Mutat Meet.
• . oat JO& 14 alltiHEs3 Bao.
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