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BA.TURtILY, DECEMBER 22, 1866
DEUAY OF OUR COMMENCE.
- When the 7ebelllon opened the eetntiier
oisl'alasses of England saw they had an
opportunlty for striking a powitful If not
„fatal blow at the rivalry they were expe
; 'lancing from this country. Hence the
alacrity with, which .thoy threw capital in
the building; equipment and manning or
onfe4erate privateers. They did their
work”: e ffe ctually. American commerce ,
alter encountering serious losses, was al.
most adsolutely driverkfrom.the sees
, • , The feeling on the part of our , people
was that the - dePresetdi would only be
temporary; that by the thipture of the pl.
rates or the return of peace, would anon
remove the impediments; : and that their
recuparatire energies'would promptly res.
toro what had been taken away. -The re
suit has not conformed to these anticipa
stone. Eititer the wound inflicted on our ,
commerce was ;deeper and more serious
thin - was at first . sapposed, or. else other
causes than the havoc wrought by the Con-.
• federate privateers, and still more potent •
'are in operation. Let us review the case
ras exhibited by..Castom House returAs:
The tonnage of American:vessels engaged In
the foreign, carrying trade which entered
United States ports was
.3n ISSO-..5.9 . 1.1..US tons. in 1865..--.2,913,861 tons.
/1116.5 1,71t,(611t0n5.- ,
ahe tonnage of anal Teasels which :w ere
cleared from the United States was
, /n tons. In IaSS-..5.W23,131 tons.
r - • In 1566 3,183,176 tons.
The tonnage of foreign Teweils which entered
- oux ports
1470.. ..2,353.911 tons. itt1863....3,211.967 tons.
•• 1866 4.410,124 tons..
The tonnage of foreign Teasels which were
in i5c0....1.0003 tons. inIEGS .3, - S3 '
in leCil tone.
It is manifest that'whatever damage may
have been inflicted by the. Confederates,
.other and totally different influences ere
operating to retard that recovery which is
most desirable. What are these causes?
The commercial classes, and the Jottrn
ale in their interest, insist that the-Amer'.
can decadence bt shippmg is fairly ascrilm.
hie to r the discriminations of the existing
tariff in favor of domestic manufacturea.
This is only a modification of the old cry
that Protection to Home Industry is un
friendly to Foreign Commerce. There is
no truth either in the primal preposition or
in any vexations of it. „If it were tree
! nothing would be concluded thereby. The
'vital question would still remain as to
which line of policy hen --the whole best
for the aggregate interests of the nation.
But it is not true that the existing tariff
of impost duties is In any proper sense
thoroughly protective. The Custom-house
tolls have not been increased ratably to the
imposition of excise duties. In 'many tie,
part:ciente of industry, upon both systems
of taxation ire considered and compared,
it,', is found. that - the' discriminations are
strongly in favor of the tbreigii manufac
turers,.. Large sections of the worsted pro
'sincere in this country are ,actually being
.. driven to the wall in this.- Way, Involving,
perhaps, the loss of` many million! invest
ed in buildings and - maehMery. Icor. -le
QM an isolated case. Then there. are
• 'restores departments in which impost !fits
ties are nearly or quite' neutralised by the
excise duties and hence these departments
. are -.sistritantlally on the basis of, Free
Trade. It is, therefor's, plain that ' the de
-pression of the . slipping interest is not
°Wing to the teetering of domestic mann
, factures!. . . •
The conclusion thus reached la folly sus
tained by the table given above, which
was designed by the complier from whom
we borrowed it to demonstrate the ;opposite
opinion. It will be seen that the total ton ;
nage entering our ports in 1860 was 8,275,-
196; r in 1866, 7,782,484; only 492,712 short.
This diminutlim is readily accounted for by
the scant supply of staples in the Southern
States, consequent ou the disturliance- of
industry in that section by the war. Mak-
ing a fair allowapce for the smaller quan
tities of carton and tobacco to be moved
• it may reasonably be affirmed - Ant in all
- other departmeatsibe tontfige as large
, t itt4)nglat to be.
It .so largely letforsign, or rather In
. English hands? Ileri!is the full amount of
tdnfiage that tins expected. 'Why do not
our people own it Instead of Earopeaas?
Several reasons may be assigned, all2of
-. more or less - weight; We shall 'enigma but
twos ,141fetttbe privateers commenced
their work of destruction foreign regiatries
were obtained for many Arierican
There is no evidence showing that these
. registries have been cancelled, and'nevv
American ones taken out. The amount of
'tonnage covered by these registries, though
nominally foreign, is in reality as much .
Ainericanns ever; 2. The inflation of the
currency, and the derangement of valnes
consequent thereon, so that wages paid
'.heax.no definite proportion to the intrinsic
worth of things produced, - haithiown ship
building, to an unprecedented extent, into
English hands. This has gene so far that'
the advent of English steamers upon our
inland wateri is likely soon tOncmir. Who
ever seeks a remedy for this senditiort of
affairs in lessened impost duties, however
successful he may be in obtaing abate : ,
meats of the tart; will Ind 'himself
ae.far as ever irom the point for which be
eet out. The t rue remedy when reached,
will be found in so eentnetiag the mass of
irredeemable papercnrreneyestoget down
to specie payments, where !, don, means
one hundred Cents, India retaliating all
nominal Toluca to that standard. is vac..
land, while wages are lower limit
they bear a definite and due propertlorew
the rate at which nil articles . of supplies'
can be purchased; while here the scale of
wages and the price of supplies for labor
ers, are hopelessly confused, and bearrio
fixed :grid tangible proportion to tach
othtr. English industry in this parUcaTiu;
rests on silid earth, while American irides '
try is lictlie clouds, and enveloped in fog
and Dalai: Only let us s et' . down to the
earth again, so that we may be Sere of
foothold, and many.of. the existing Pei- .
plexities will disappear. _
TEE Selma (ALt.)• Times, irLile.col;iced...'.
Jog that Gov. Patton, of that State, "is a
-'good" man and an -honest man," einsuree
hint sharply for advising the Legislature to
. pass 'the Constitutional Amendment. It
says 'Curtly, "because a man means well is
no reason why hie tracsgrot!sion should be
pardoiteil by a people who repose their
faith la his integrity, his manliness and his
honor." - ,Tne Trull rub Is the third suction,
.!which7distinitchises „pearly all of our beet
~Mew" . We iirmild tidal( that leaders would
bo at a discount-Whobild involved a people
osTrwhelfningm!sfoitypet. 41pt, It seems
that si,ariralp a common mLseryire bound
together by WWI not. tebeibriiken.'
Three( titousand cbild6it'attend St. MI;
cPael's (Catholic) f3undly Schoorin.Plill-
, , „
Fiona has again reached panic prices,
retailing here at from thirteen to eighteen
dollars per barrel. These enormous sad
highly unseasonable prices cannot last
long, since the supply was never much
more abundant. A clique or 'ring of dis
honest and „heartless speculators, most of.
whom are located - nt Chicago, is mainly
responsible f0r1.4140125t eirdininecestlarY
prices's+ which ihitgreat.comModii9 of
life is held.-: They: Lave forestalled tho
markets and veill held their stock. n such
high figures as. may satisfy their avarice,
be obtained. The foreign dowand is not
I so large—certainly no iarger--than in pre
vious years, and the present extraordinary
rates can only be._attributed to monopqly
and combination .
.st a ti s tks of the Chicago grain: trade
s h ow that from January to December of
the present year, there have been received
at that port, flour, wheat, corp; rye and
barley, greatly in excess of the receipt's of
1843. The additional receipts this year
arc as follows: Flour, 500;6Q8 barrels;
wheat, 2,472,314 buAtels; corn, 7,440,822
bushels; rye, 474,030 bushels; barley, 49,-
210 bushels. The only fulling off is In
oats, on which there is a decline since 1136:i
of over three tnillions of , bushels. Allow
ing five bushels of *heat to a barrel of
flour, this large yield ought to have pro
duced the following amounts in excess of
the crisps of 1803:
Corti • barrels..
Last year the grain received at. Chicago,
reduced' to bushels, was 16,424,401. This
year it is 20,040,045.
During the present season, and up to No
vember 1, a little less tbah fifty millions'of
bushels of breadituffs have entered the port
of Buffalo. Probably Oswego has had
fwenti millions; Dunkirk, Cape Vincent
andOgdensburg;are large entreports. while
to these must be added the vast traffic of
the Pennsylvania. Central and Baltithore
.and Ohio Railroads. Buffalp usually trans
acts about 65 per cenk." of the totalTastward•
grain movement, and it is •safe to assume,
that eighty millions of bushels of grain
have 'reached the Eastern States.
Te see no way to better matters, for the
emulators having the stock in their pos
session can force the consumers to pay just
such prices as they may demand.
It will be seen by the following corres
pondence- that ➢fr. Wthmans disavows
any intention, -in any.disagreement as to
his course, of casting any imputation upon
the loyalty, honor or legislative integrity
or his colleague, General 31.001IIIEAD:
WASUINGTON, D. C., Dec. lft, 1966.
MESSRS. EDITORS :--ntlring the late po
litical canvass a card from 13. - G. Childs,
Esq., was published in--the Pittsburgh Post,
containing what- be represented to be an
extract from a letter of Ilou. Thomas Wil
llama in the following terms:
"„There are still men left among ns so
!reasonable and so lost to honer and man
hood as to be willing to surrender our out
-posts to reinforce the enemy, to admit him
to the eitailel,-to demoralize Congress and
the colleagat . , Moorhead. is 011 e.
of 03 1 hoer rea to A a , a," t sr.
I, of course, took exception'. to the us., of
spelt language by my colleague, and re
'quested that ha either disavow Its use or
snake such expLinations as would be satis
factory. After considerable correspondence
on the subject, he, this morning, banded
me the enclosed note, which is satisfactory,
and added: "All this,. and more, I would
have said at the time if I had not allowed
my impulses- to be overruled. Inasmuch,
however, as I did not, you have my full
permlision to publish what I write to you
now, 'if you deem it any way essential or
desirable."- Respectfully yourg,
d. li. 3Loonneen.
WASaln OTOS:, December 17,1866.-11,n.
J. K. Moorhead—Dear learn that
you feel aggreived at the use of certain
language supposed to Lave been employed
'by me in a prliate letter to my late com
petitor for - Congress in March I :st, from
which: he t• professed to quote a part of a
sentence only, in a publication made by
Lim on the eve of the election.
The letter referred to was a mere acci
dental one, - whose contents passed from my
recollection:as soon as it was written, and
now - are entirely unknown to me.
- 1 ant not respousiblc, of course, for the
publication of a communication of that
sort:and certainly regretted that .such a
use should have been made of it. Nor am.
I prepared to admit, without some, better
evidence, that I was correctly quoted; as I
am:confident I was not in some other par
ticulars that related directly to myself.
Assuming, however, that I was, while I
am not willing to concede that even the
language imputed to me could, in connec
tion with the subject matter, by any fair or
reasonable construction, be held to import
any reflection upon either your loyalty or
hon4r, which I understand you to suppcso
to have been impeached thereby—there
has been no time at which I should have
felt any hesitation in declaring that It was
very far from my intention to convey any
imputation of that , kind, and, that 11
there was anything said by me, In the hur
ry of correspondence, that:could he no con.
strued, I should greatly regret it. I cer
tabily never thought of you in that way,
or believed; bacalaso we.-happened. to differ,
that Y - ourconvictions are not as honest as
my; own or that yon bad the welfare of
the whole country any, less at heart than I
had. Nor does it seem to me that our past
relations, either public, or private, have
been suck as to warrant the idea that 1
druid at any time have entertained, or
tended to exprest _clout t either as toyour
loyalty to the eountry, or your integrity as
I trust, therefore,, that yOU will dismiss
from your mind any and all ideas that I
could have willingly or consciously done
you so great a wronz, - ,. It would give me
personally, as much pain to have you, sip:
pass It, as it Would certainly embarrass the .
.relations of mutual. corftdenco and good,
will that ought ti prevail between the Rep
resentatives oft., Districts eo nearly allied'
as ours.' - -Very respectively,
;•-•-• Er.l..Eptsatta s
3fl.eilti.',lnvitits:-‘IIV, the-- Ttepybllmn
etron d hold of the.tity'of =Allegheny, if the
people ',wire alloieyd 'Or-Cared ytenpress
tht mielVos'itpon - the sulleet - tti between
' Cal: heron and 'Curtin, for United States
genitor, 11W vote would tie very decidedly
111. favor, of Curtin. . With: iderton from
Iw.Uana, and etirthilron'Vennsylvania,
we would have-two nien added to that al
' veady.able hotly thee-Would he au honor to
the whole.tountry.:;.meu whose names arc
identified with all the gletio:sabhievcnients
or-thir AnArest :Clarify, notw ith- ;
at tna” .. lng the insinuations of such - writers
,ail , " l ".4.le,"?islittilliniepublican
ca. , ‘ the !Dell who aro supporting.
heffilt.4..lCst areei sound '
in the faith,
and as ear.gest ; in their desire.; for the wel
fare art O - P er4 Yorttlie great Union party, ab
kn il lor t,lS.,Of..Ctinicren dare be. if
fish to elect a man on account of t
.x _ tt° ' ne. 9. llll P 44 .. l - 1 , Altineuns give. us the t,
"ttreat,..+stimoner', Steven s for '
trc may pot al.WaSs agree with hint we fect
that : 9 • honeit,il,l. hi5...7,141, 444
and is .
.fatitficattvedrropadPlualtogwl•-•_ffut if th e
delegatroh'fairrithfs. downy. wish to reflect
the opthibit'ollbree-fourths of their
nertLl, , :th'etwill vote for Curtin; and th e I .
aignsof the times :Indicate that be will he
chosen foithat high position.. Anse°. t
Miss Pkii'v has been prosecu.
ted in Louisville for severely punishing a
14, named 4ozig, a pupil in her public
sehool room'. She inblislicsa well written
CIIN, fully Misconduct
of the lad, and shows plainly that he' did
not'gef ball 'deserts. We are opposed
to corporeal , punullimenrlin" it:herds, ; but
cannot see how,any Jury. will convict plies
Pinny for trouncing a malicious little ras— ,
cal.with a thin strap, only striking him
whorl, nature intended liktit!litn:Pel..be struck.
o oulUvate presence of mini b r a
Aueetioet,often.noketl.and 'seldom - Answered,
InUt-theLWeablngton't•lnt suggests, int 4 means
of Allegan," nin.it, manta resort rces In 6.0430 - of
tazierkgtoriA44.-tV.Tictottn,dog be.let upon .
Ma; . •
- .There Is It 'place In Dalai . ocninci:Gealiris...
west of the Hine Itldge,where more than on.
hundred tricks; of anlmals; bear, nae1" ,024 .•
11 9. 0 1Jletpf ma_ may be seen distinotly
Srutrea 2.11 -' what is now voila rock. One hors.
trackby 12 mob., and must have been
rideleri lay the great 'cantor or wheae-tratir
appears nearby, being that of a human foot
, eevenVeen and a half inch in In, length. with
ets wry : a regular son of thunder. All the
other Make are of the natural gee:. 'Alt TOWS
onto these singular relics by a byKone age, 28
wade in a late copy or the Air Line. Ragte,
pabnatled St Gainesville. They Were deserib.
ed. in detail years ago by travelers..
an elaborate neconut of the great flour mills
of that city, whlCh are mannfacturingvpwarollt
of mind thousuud barrels per .lay. consuming
some 'three . million bushels of wheat per an
—General Thomas, a - ho has '.)u , 4 returned
from a southern trlp,states that ahncsa every
northern man who-engaged to cotton plant
lug has lost money.
SAMARITAN 1100 T AND HERD
.JUICES, The ti rent Llload Purl dor and L'emedy for
:164.011;LA.. ULCER!. 602. f. FrOl , . Ti;j.T.,l9
for Syphtlie the Samaritan's Heel zed Herb
Jukes are the moat pltetti.ind iteeteel remedfts
ever prercrll yd. It reach" and eradicates every
partlcte or the venereal polson.. Will amore every
restage of Imourities from the :ysttso, as 'ell as
all tht: bid effects of toeltury, Price 4 , .:5per but-
Bold out? In Plttaboeith JOSEPH F &AIMING'S
Dru x 11110 Patent ModlcLe Dep., No. tli Aladiet
What Ilnraynei Ointment Will Do
+-II will core DeWitt' from 1 4 ! to 45 oour4.
••.•, • • • ..
2—lt will care the molt ol.clnste cases or Teller.
3—lt •1.1 cure Chrotlc Erislrolas ortne lace.
4—lt will car c Sall Rheas teal,' Kent. •
b—lt alit cure Itching 1 Iles, al Xrupli
R—lt win reunite'''. cure all Skin Diseases.
7sallse ISIVJIVRZ . S ZNI" and scratch no more.
CH' , Dr. granyasls Utarmase... - "TeITTEB"
"ITO II" Pr. &cornea Oicherat, “TETTgitll.
ITCH" ' I•TETEIt"
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•ITCHt. TO PAIL ..TP.TTEIP•
Preperel only by Dr. SWATHE t BON, Phila
delphia Sold hr MICLAII.It AN A, APB ENNAN,
31.uket street, 01.0. A. lt ist.Ll. 37 Wood st.,
JOS. 31.8.M1NG, 84 Market at., A. 'LAWRENCE
cor. 4th and 31arket [streets, Pittsburgh. HASH
DP.UCTT, Alleghene. , cu2la-U=s
. W.B 81:18
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dittrlbut'on GRAIN, throughout the . Untted Stales
and all ele.llSe .1 countries or the Written ifemls
plicre, will to published about the trot or January,
and oil who wish to understand the tree
of b. ebb should road sad yowler the, aluible tog-
Festion•it ern/trill.. 111 I ellltion to an minsiratne
wedleal treatise an the eatisms. pre...ration — a — ft
Cave ore greet variety of distaves, it embracer •
large amount of Information WertAlas to the
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rae Ise and
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MAT IL Ilan TOO Till ihrlif U. Scud tor cool,. to
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prorlug pruperty cod paying ler this utter
JO. 0. F.
Ths membpr. of ST. CLAM 1.01)0E. all .
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OPENING OF TIM TELEGRAPH
EginTJUIRANT.—ThIs Rental rant: sltaatil at
No. 101 THI.IIII Eirstarr, ,111.oe agreed Tat
tiell tor the accorninodatlett of the public. The
proprietor basingeight. years , •xpertence In
the a char'. Hotel. !ea eintedent that he can
give goal sstlsrletlon, be Inane, all to c me and
FREDKRIVII. BAUM. Proprietor.
1 .11DIES' - GOLD WATCHES AND
Ladies' Gold Walchea and ("halos,
Ladles' Gold Watches and Chain,
Ladles' Geld W . atches and
Ladles• Gold Watches and Chains,
Ladies• Gold Watches and Clialot v
/or call, by
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de= ' . No. 61. FIGh street.
DIMS SILIIS •
AT LESS TAL.C.T COST.
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
No. 23 Fifth fitreet,
is/Mr %Urge 11,0 of
'RICH DRESS SILKS,
At alcuost. half Oa fvraser prices. •
.Sa.!table tor one or two SlNelo Gentlemen. to.ted
la a earl ral VIM of the city: Zrolalre of
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ATTORNEYS AT LA%
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Before purchasing elsewhere,. call
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w. w. lIIIALTAIIIAW
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771 E %CLL KNOWN DIME;
uunme tuitN istt Ph.ultllAL AnD
NM keelson handa halt assortment of all khans of
And which will be hole
house la the two
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711.th:la or riga' ulnas sae
Wet as. LSttess Aistlalstrasion oa the e.,
wino to lldre Woirer j. dtetliSed, bass bsvo grnt.
settlement, and U.Ol Wilmot& aMlll Areas,.
80 ALI ' AdistalsiSsir
4:1v13 :p975 ~Sitresalrstrost.
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the United fate. and Canada..
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
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CARD OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
%I a regular meeting of ['Midis:all Dlelslon•
So. 42, Sent or Temperance.'hold no•Thursdal
atoning. December tech. the following resolutions
were touanimeusly passed:
Roool refl. That the hearty thanks of the member
of Ole Weldon are Macke tendered to itiejodow
log named parties fur their gratuitousal.l render
ed to the centmlneo appointed In ehargt• or the
••tiread Concert" given on Teetail caching lad
at City nail. nada , ' lith ...ogee of the boos of Tem.
Mr. C. C. Menor• and the ladles and geniis men
who performed ou that oleasion.
Messrs. Johnston a Co.. printing.
Mes..a. Berra Meets, printing.
Messrs. A. A. Auaermart A. bone. printing.
Mr W. B.llaeen. p•lntinc.
Menu. titabetteck a Collins, Cheeni. Ir. advents.
Thisrs..T. P. Ilser &Co., tillinK
M••irs. Cep Wawa', .litenn CO.,
Messrs. roster A Co., bi.p,,,rh, Raventaing.
liroglai33 l/0., Com onersidi. Overusing.
Messrs. J. Alll,Oll a Co.. Pre:0,4,0,1,a
Sir Jelin W. l'ltiock. Lender, adverPslnK.
tisenolng resolution he pub
lished in 0o - daily papers.
GOODS FOR THE
21 FIFTB STREET.
LACK AND EMBROIDERED HANDICFS,
NORwEGI AN LEATHER sATCHEI. , ,
POLL T1I&I AEs.IiAIL CASES,
G.,o\ l BoNES FANCY FANS, •
LADLES coMPINIONS, CARD CA , Es,
LACE COLLARS, LACE SETT,,
KID GL0VE , ...13U4.:K uLoVs,
.CLOTU GLOVES, UNDERGAUMENTs,
w HITE SHIRTS, SUSPENDEIIs, . .
NECK TiEs, LINEN COLLARS,
PAPER COLLARS, ac„ Re.
Selling Low for Cash
CHRIS I'MAS PRESENTS.
New Books for tho Holidays.
1-UEILICATIONs OE THE' LON-
IioNsoCIETV 1 , 011.141'4m 111 SU UV PM AN
IiNoWLI:IIGE, TII, NEW Yoltli SUN
CM Otell sAlUti SOCIZTY. au.
Bibles and Ptayer Books,
acyr LLECEIVILD. •
Cllns-Hauls. B<aant Cards and aanday bcboot
nrcmon raver act ' French tilatlnnsl7 Nrrctlng
Dectr. roruutu.“. Cutotts at
li, .o. ae.
XI. 49. WIC .IWriet OAT.
Cnarch Book Wore,
sop Smithfield Street.
OH! HOW FAIRY LIKE.
OVILAJIIST AUTY A\i) 112:kbr SONU.
Anotber lol.El.lra Dlrda. with a doe a.sogtneat
of Parrot, tqulrfal, Mouse an , lotUtr CAtiEb. at
Mo. 124 1;7117oodl Eitroot.
W. W. 211128212".
BAILEY, FARIIEE & CO.,
Patent Lead and illock Tin Pipe,
W e would Intl. , the •otteulloo of Forint. ❑Build.
oua, Numbeeo, Use Snag. and diontfecturers to
r E lock of
BRASS &STEAM GOO 38 GENER V.
pri All go xis w r anted of • etwerlor quality, sad
es re azonablc.
147 c). 167 Einaltla2lo/cl-6111t.,
PITTS BUR 11, Pol.
ALL KINDS OF BRONZE, GILT,
UT ANL OLAIIM
Jarben Oil Lamps and ()bandoliers,
Lamp Trimmings, &,C.
Also WAIMANTILD Nom-cartes' va CAE.
BUNT 0/L. shot...ale .1 retail.
JOHN ROSS & CO.,
Na 434, IliTearlmot Seitta-c.ot,
dman:a.t.,T . priTsimuutt.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
The Largeat and Beat Stock .Jo tbetit7t
fiELLING TEIZE LOW AT THE
HAT, CAP AND FUR STOBE
BM XI. db O' pk .
131 WOW/ STREET;
SKATES FOR THE MILLION,
0 0 'Yp . : p ' .
• Dlxiintell'iitillidirsir.l3lth ttrcet.
FOR TIIE LADIES.
CLoTnES MANGLES. -4 , • •
cLorsits WRING MIS.
W. l / 4 11INI:
PI NCH. NG LIIONO.CUIILI I: TONG!? PINKING
L/LGN tl• AT/ I+. al. the lloust—Yer
hlGthig Elol.orlot,. NO. 121 Wood
I )1880 LI.3OVOF PAIITAtEItSUIP
. - "—ThopirtoP,Cdrt boretoforu alfflog ty s. 11.4
tetwecu 11W under. Igoe& eLth•riho}wints sad +We
or Dirt:Am. KENNEDY & 11/01'Pa% bite - Moen
day dissolved mount consent. William
Liorpor rk.thint from the IDco. The Innelikels %111 be
tvrteft;:v VUldikt,d by YreArric/. Owen. sod Jolla
Kennedy, Undt'v tie almc amt glyle oCOWENS
.t du, 01.1tand, Fedvial btreet.
Alltgitony. rr.EnCltlcK K. OWEN:.
DIbSOILUTIOri OF. tO-PARTNERIMP,
.PA R TNERSHIP HERETO
fore extstlug under t ha name and styl.f of WWI
741,NpEL baa tlits.day Ingu stplve.l. , • •
Pelt:tabor Y.W. le6;
FIRST HARD, ALLEGHENY.
'rho-Eliot Weld Itepublicati
be held M the 'Hcitoot. NUUSE. on eATOIWAY.
Deeezeser Ltd, at 7 o•chek r. a.
PIANOS PIANOS: !—A n n Ilre'
new stock Of It NA 11E s qtr.'s I.IA.NON. which
sew now - ronslocred toe not made: Also II . I S
BMA , CELEBUA - 11:0 firkkstel. ?rico from kkti
upward.. Persons In want of ► nrotoroass sisno ore
C. spectfoliT Invited to Cl,ll and ens:wise Where
purchasing nintssbert. •-- -
. • CUM& LOTTE
• •-- 13 'Fifth street. -
Trrinipos*, • SIRDES-4. new lot of
and tievat.inl *ultra* , on Ureen. , Te:
andtufflironadm. ticid-and Palat44.iforders,
14°. ' °7 m Ar k """ios. 8. nuouz• • JAR,:
Manta acturer. of
w. n•. nnADmigAW;
S. „MEN j 11.1..
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ALTER, ENTs.
J. & w: J.KNKINSON,
• Itatatatttturers of: the Celebrated
Boge Bud Bri - ght Pound;
Rase Bud Bough and Beady,
Rose Bud Golden Hail,
Navy (109) Siiva
And other Noted DrAnds of
Stock andyarlety of Common mid I:are Brands of
' EDICar.A.XI.I9. -
TO IRON lIIEN AD CAPITALISTS
N INTEREST IS OFFERED, ON .
FAVORABLE TERW., In the
IRON AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY
lEstsbllubed situd lu uperlttuu at PITTSTON. Lu•
zerne County, Pn•
Ilolchkiaa 9 Almoopheric, and
Kirik , B Steam Mans meni
Ia toe for Forglort.
W. CIUSON JONES, President,
GIM YOB. THEOLIDUS
Prayer and Hymn nooks,
Gold Pens and Cases.
Juvenile Picture Books,
Verietieh for the Little Ones,
Sisitionery of all kinds,
Diaries for 186?
Subscription• received fornll the Ana
urines et rohlielterty Price!, et the
BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT
JAS. H. AIKEN,
No. 7 0 Fifth Street.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF '
CLOAKS & FURS.
STOCK, LEASE & FIXTCRES
DABS (DANCE TO G 0.11510 BUSINESS.
TV BE SOLI) TO LEAVE TIM ell Y
GUNSEMIAUSER & CO., I t SOMETHING NEW, CHEAP &. BEAUTIFUL
No. OS MAIIRET STIVEET.
MX C) I-. II:1 A. - •E" ts,
.JI:t3T OPENED iiol.
H. I GI- 31 11." ,
No. 291 Wood Sireet-
A CHOICE ASSOKITXIr.NT OF
AND 1101IEMIAN 1'A:3E:1011.w .g 1
raze design§ .4 styles. A too lot or
LAVA WARE, DECORATED TkA. TOILET
BIMAKFAXT AND DINNER SIC CS,
All of srblelt Is offered on the moat reAsconble rates
ICI 0 Dir IT
mrcrir 01171 2 i.
UllMa,„1?!., HAVE EX 41EMED
China & Bohemian Fancy Goods,
, FOR SALE RY •
RICHARD E. BREED,
No. "100 Wood Sieve*.
CILI.II. Z. 11311..11311. TU. 113138.. W. L. BUITTI.M.
Nag, KNAKE & BlierTLEEir
Sucoessors to WAIIILLI,tiIiet BLIIIE.
No. 12 Fit.. Clair Street, Pitteburgb
Loa Mostra (loots reneratty.
Alirnote Ayentifor the Celeo - nted 1111.21DBURY.
New York, and9CtIONAOMEII it 00.. l'llltactel
- PIA ?Ord.
Aleo, XBTILY & CO.`3.”COTTAGE," aunt S. D.
11. W. lIMIT/1.6 ORUANItI, and
TILToN's PATENT ()LUTA% ;
The nett Walla& =id .oerzo.ut Violin and MALI,
lllrfne slinky, on hand law:Torn
FIRST ;CLASS Loonisp GLASS
• ANOPICTORE FRAME MANUFACTORY.
No. 110 Wood St., 'Pittsburgh,
Keeps on hand sod manufactures to 0rd0.,1 the
ISSTeITYI,E or Oita. at/sr:WOOD aud WAL
NUT. , UVAL and tityllAßlC 31Ittutlit. roI:TRAIT
atidrIUTUI/N 1 , 11.A31.k.n. Cußain Cornice, Bands
and Hutton., Consols, Tripod and Itracket Tables
of exquisite design sod workmanship.
filLDINti 'AND HEUILIIIMI executed In the
highest style of the set,.
.00 - 1 . “1.4.:111n AIODERATE.
RTNERSII IP NOTICE—JAMES
AL A LL .
. has phased We lotorest of
JOHN HALL. la the anti of Jill! HALL &. Co.
Thoname tool style of the Urns will he JOHN HALL
CO.. as heretofore. -
~ A lllls Y. C 4 Itt6SV... /
1100 LE ......
TIIM‘M. J. HALT.
.J. 6.30.1; J. nr,w,
vALLEr roma: PLOW - WORKS,
PSI wnd 1113LOntty 9lraN, Pitimaresrgb
JOHN HALL & CO..
Ilanufactuters 'of ' all larletic, or Norllkern and
linitilwru PLOWS, UNION 1111 , WERS, SULKEY
11Ak ItAIiE3,_ELLTLVATIIIO.....tv., And dealefa
In AIiItIvULTU/LAL LMI'LE3I: ST S of all do
pelt TILE HOLIDAYS.
• Flti E 3T4015, ADAPTED lOU
Scall.clovr .W . reseposate,
Or ALL. KINDS Or
3'3EIW E Lail. "E"
OULD AND SILTED WATCHES for Lgullt• •
pair: : AND ITUARDI.•
ELEOANT BETS. In vart . oo•sett*Bss;
DMA/ AND MIXES PENS.,
SILVF.II SDOONS A VAtiEt3. URNS:
YAM; T ARTICLES, Ac., At..
" No, 112 Feelers' St., Allegheny.
wETTACH &BLEI ASON, -•'
EVCCES.OIIB TtrCliEtiSuAN & CL &ILK. -
OAK LEATHER. 111ELTEVG,
Re. II Ohm itnet. Alirsteny City.
Alto full uspflmunt of Belting■[ ti
SUY if, Ao. Jamul, t'lttjba•;h_la
01017 •-• EQ. O. i I.AltlY; - 13Opt. or Worts.
300 bbl*. new ;rime Wbtte Tllnt for sale by
Zio. 307 Llbertl street.
110 .. MPRISESG THE , LARGEST
("O'c,d:i r e t e m irgo e g r atii 4 "; l ,
t . hrough axe las In the Ban, an i dlruin e sold d
LESS THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE tIIY.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dressing
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Satchels;
Fine Work Boxes; •
Fine Glove Boxes;
-Fine Portfolios & Tourists' Cases;
Fine Writing Desks;
Stereoscopes and Views;
Pocket Books and Calms;
Fine Bohemian and China Vases;
Motto Cups and Sauce
- Fine Toilet Sets:
Chess Men and Boards, . ,
With anti:idle.* Tnr'.lT of FANCY (WORE and
'WY., WIIOLEt3ALE and RETAIL.
C. YEAGER:a CO.,
110 Market Street.
OAT IND FUR EMPORIUM,
ISFELLED FROM CELLAR TO
loft aith a MICH AISSOBVILIEST &MOM
which!. otrcred at
Oct specialty tow Is
3F I TY IEI ,
SLEIGH & CARRIAGE RORER,
Although prepared with • NI line of
HATS AND PAPS,
No. 75 'Wood Street.
MURDOCK & PUTNAM .
Are daily reelving at their
GENT'S,• FURNISHING STORE,
72 3011%4 ilitereese,
Nearly opposite Pool °Mee.
. All the new and elegant atyles in
SCARFS, TIES, BOWS AND lIDEFS,
GLOVES, HALF HOSE. IHRIPENDEBB,
lesess do Crksaambssras,
• Fin t Shirts and Collars,
Everything to eolopletethe EletittenteaV.Wardrobo.
MURDOCK & PCTNIIM.
lIQUISITI TOILEfINDVISHBG SOU CODINA
rA.1110:. . U. yonLinGIC
inoN CITE BP& : MILL. • •
FIFTH BTItEET 4 EISION.
Igfar Penns. Accune. PITTIBIMUIL
-- • •
Unvlnv recently purchasert the above MU, we
respectfully Inform the public that we will ecdttlews
the manufacture of PULES: MUM and 11U1STAUDs
whtett wa wUI be ableto zi t:ornlall to le MAI
MAWS and ItICTAII,ICD NL PM at the I.olllllcli
Al BRET PRICE. Also. /.`U FEZ and ÜBLIUhU
to UV'S HUAI:MED to order on abort notice. UTE
YLOUB an.l ER/LSII ti tit/ UAL Utsßti *HAL eon
atantly on bend. •
Aiming to deal a$ we foltelt the patronage of
It J. BAXTER. formerly of the Cooler.. le toe
Stmt. - will be Mond on band at the salltatallttmes
to attend to the wants of customer..
pITTSBUII , GII
Printing and Wrapping Papers.
cLOTON MILIL, ISTEIMENVILLE, OHIO.
imtMaw, MILL, iEW lutiolirtlN, re.
OFFICE AND WARE3IOI7IE,
No. 82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
0111CF.IV.-I—atIGITST HAB Paz, Preib
JNO. - B. LIVANUnTO.N, Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIVPI.B, 8e retail , .
DinEcTOrte—noeust Hartle—J•hn Atwell, M. H.
Hartman. John B. Llelenston. John M. Cekkipie
C. It. Merrick.
.Comb Paid for Paper Stack.
FRINKLIN COTTON WOMB,
E. HYDE'S SONS
Are now prapired to ittauoractura
COTTON YARN, CARPET CRAIN. --
COVERLET TARN, CANDLEW/CE.-.
CIYIION WARPS, At.. Re•
WEST CANAL STREET. hetnreen Robinson intl'
Lneack, Allegheny City. Pa. S.—All orders by mall attendedlo. ' nos
We are now exhibltitur tor FALL THILDX the
most extensive stock of iroWs we bevy vitt had tin
pleasure of onering to our petrons.
DigUsti Brussels and Tapestries,
- 1.101 1f11303 AND TiL T-CABPEIS /3) BINS,
ItIittROINEGEL) • SWISS tam- CURIA S.
•11CF ald Ilemt Pa em of Coates,
Side & Centre 'Lassos, Loops & Bands,
' Choice !Myles Notting Curtains.
Nos.ll son 74 II arrta
Next house to 11. t. Custom House And Fan UNCe,
CANDY TOYS: CA.NDY'TDIBI
aooa:noatxs cs...(py ixres
On Land and for liale at riartis I.,#xt ze:lici
Caney. and Tot Manalketeneirs:
ifee•pet Corner Math and Mercy straw!
TR telOOTed the 013eeuf She iseriou.
WORKS [rem 33 Market ateui.. MU tank to their
Wore. on CARSOht 13Talt2T tennutott3. 'Men
tee! tan &exciter Nitrite& - .
Poitotece Addreu 133. Pittetnute. • -
PC24" ttitiC‘X i mums).
I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Of Atreetkon and Charity.
WIEEIR & WILSON'S
HIGHEST PREMIUM' LOCK-STITCH
FAMILI HUNG 34C1111E5,1
Roseaaod, Walnut &Mahogany Cases
From 60 to tot► Dollaro.
_ There is no investment that
pays a better interest, or brings
more comfort, health, happi
ness and relief to the House
WTI. SUMNER & CO.,
No. 27 Fifth Street,
N. H.—Patent &slug Machine Castors cis be at
tached to all Wheeler S W Lissa Maniacs wlics do.
IR.C: O 333MM I T I E3V,
Na le Fifth Street,
FOR ROMUY GIFT&
They hayeinst reek! rod tarhe sad well &elected
!leech of •
FIN - JP.a 0 1 013 s,
CtrithllTY 776 OF
EP lA. AM 1447,1:).e.
AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND SWISS
SOLID SILVER RARE
FORKS AND 19POOSS.
ihERICIN AND FOREIGN CLOCKS,
Aad a TAIT larre :tact. of
FINE 81L712-PLATED WARE,
From f the belt Monstiaeturers sad the
Jrzffitr L.ITEBT arriEs.
Do nett forget the Old Stand
NO. 16 . FIrTH STREET.
IMPORTANT TO BRIM MAKERS.
IJM TE.7r' JEMMIES,
With 'Eight Men!
SWORD'S STEAM TOWER
The l'itbinr,h'Brick Machine
BRICK INAMIFICMUNG CO.,
Fir the Leeten, rtina Sectiqestent States
THE MACHINE:IS SELF-TEM.
PXHIVO, imatemilYllll.3oo.(rhtlit to use befog
ptoport r toneittotbeexteatan p . opu atlon of terrlto.
litget 17, -2,l2.ltanit Roles, p'rll.V.ll2
meet moulds. regales only eight men to Me tb...
day, teed theinder, tskeaway the toga nod
bake them le t he yard, and tnekea brick ea feat as
you Wan to run the engine: In our own pun. our
rata of .Insklng to from 45 to 50 minute. We
claim MI, to be the beat PAYINO Machlos to rase.
A. machine may be seen In operation to our yard)
at Glenwood fain miles about the clty„ on the
north olde'of the lltonommbela rlrtr, . reached by
the Connielayille Salim& = • •
Itnedne. Yard. County audState Sights for sale.
'Yet tulltntormailon; apply for circulars. in per
son or by mall; at be calm . - •
We mliPrePared to All Mtge cent:meta of brick.
Samples of Um brick to be seen-us No. TO Slfsh
"'" Add t. r. " sa d Tllll s Alllo 4 ll.llH7l RICK kfACIIIIS6
Alit, BRICK WA PIIIPArttIIKING Co..
SAO LIBISITY ST PITTSBURG If. PA.
I. H. cut, A. AustlAST. Vice
Preddent; W.X..MeCtIAGICILIi, Treasurer; S. A.
VS SPS.LISLI, Secretary. •
Dtunctoin—M • A. Ackley, W. M.
Stickel. John AUten. W. M. Cole. delipik.
Wit. W. 311.1CVS • 43/.0.• 111. ORA'?
Discus Ain ass rr,
- 96-Liber t y Str eet,
DEALERS It OR 'HERBS I - PRODUCE,
•SAT LOWEST`I.ABH puicra..
Oar AWL to keep a
- Family • Grocery,
And make 11a BaittrACilcaraa'als.ATar
g r nth Patti& .
BAIRCUS 1 421141EP,
• impbart. corner otrea.7.
OCZAZIaTfI. ' •
• . DEAL= IN "
FINE W.ATGHEI,IENELAY, DIAMONDS,
, ,2117;:r..N722m. rturds.rtan,„
7 , lll m :u p glrerito ibe rezielnixo 07
jib.• 22 Flak Sired.
%.1.16.23 1[..-04.1X lITCATUN
OIENIBUS.AND LIVERY STABLE
DUN Sr. Pirraliji, -PropNetors,
41 1 " thunibueilllFisrtiaces tint - iabsd tor an
trains: Alai, carruos sta rnierigovedaina :
arid Pirtle", it alott ittika and TINIQW 4 bIe
- Stable Open. Mir NiSht
• 373:49011.ina • ,
PENNSYLVANIA,' AVENUE ARV
...-15112NUIS ilswg i tgatiggealXllNT.
The PrOpey owners of the nap Thirdt
Wards and Eighth War o City* Pitts
burgh. aro hereby notified Matt/se City Regulator
has 'cilia my ablega Mat Of 11.11 nu • gamuts- maga
for the construction of a fewer Sc Piaaaarivatila
avenue and tiblagfaiStreat. - arith • plot of the same,
shnglng the. iotuttloa and applies of all those as-
Tne condlibata of the L pittles thus assessed arc.
That If the luatinat"staad Eng agistiP4 :the=
pgli at the eadgf thirty- days frau the , data of this
hotter" it will be my ell• to etroisee the e ane in the:
:heather the Pity Poildbarfisr cagiretlog ai:dart to:
PI re,per cent. with costs mad frel for Vlllectiozh - --.1
• • • • WM. MOH/SAUL
• det"'at - • • •- • • iTreasurer, "
LEUHER AND. BiLTINO.
Of be best quality still lowest, prices at the
.X11:11.1211% R u b ber •3;it °pot.
NOS. 28 - itiDlBif. Olin STREET. '
PFAS NOWA LARGE wrikca OP
Tro .-A CUB". 71114"epi
Atillittcrt i k azia e g M i ip ark% eon to his
lind 91 lredipate:4,
NECESSAIIINS ct roa min Iv T.
i rz.r...., 4 004. Icw 6 rOVZ gad ch. .r '
111 at V ccAllis. /tpLgo 0.,1 4
nista /mai vvalblaCk . 11,4 YIILZHO% -
tir Oeodanoisaml =other .a,..4 : avid p.. u
/) Cr r/Ve. /to., sAo Airilag , ALMA. All chea
C II F E AP r ",, 1. • ; • - •
X 0 boa es aoshit," futert aet flat?bari fai ode by
- • , _ •
- wuututerv. BArtiLsr.
iaet SQ. 7011406rtystio.t.
WANTEIn.i. - -aradnittes of Liter.
.‘ art and VotmenreLal Ocalllges to eagracap,..
taaanktl . la boalaess rezultitg Ilalesteuxuadp 1.4
Limbless I:o7espoßdendc. .
'ApPly*lth retsrence. Over McMaster a tia,
zslo's Lalr thtlee s ) R. 11. CURIZA.N,
98 Grant street,
ACIENTLFANTED TO SEIM
• - -
riortreas I\ D Veal /X.
77:1 tea andcompiled hy hat. A3A BULLARD.
The Bonk coatnln,l a Rani Portrait of the author,
more Dino aza bandted pletwok. and L. mo s t,
priated - ood bound, and most Plelso tke (13.
area. Addren. tiOLLAND CA,
dearror7 No. 73 at., PDtabarth Pk.
WANTED--Crood men to sell, bs— :
s sample of otherotte. several rapidly
and .prainevrorthy articles. Men that Dare ii
money sel lag patent right a and "Flat-talc gm gen..
eratora." can get permanent employment. Money
and goods advanced' seine:lent to start any man in a
paying Patine J. ' All that bar, applied abotdd tall
again. I.iboat reference retpaired.
bf. CLAM STRItIiT,
dele (Itaam Mo. LI
AGENTS WANTED—THE BEST
YET.-4 Work. of tiltuotizal velar
and National:opol tanee. The only Wort on oaf
Navy yet In the held. A dentiAnd no eon:pet:Mo.
M rye.. FAhltAii UT AN HUE NAVAL CAM.
limn/sea. Or - Hon. J. T. HEADLEY, she 4H.
Dorn:Med Author and Matorlan. In one ham:
aorudycdume. Mut:rated. .bend at once for :ems
and territory: Address A.d.. TALCUTT.
deMpBo 58 Market 'street. Pltlabursh. re,
WAFTED BY let JANITAItY,
A GOOD STABLE,
TWO Olt THSES 11013.9813 AND. BUGGY
Apra, to '
• 31.11A5TE.11. GAZZAII ACO
Da OPP grant Street.
AGENTS WANTED IST THE EV
str.KA. SEWING -M *CHINE COMPANY to
" 11 t h nir N $43 MACHINE. WPI war ism
.113. paper to hoary Bearer data or leatazi l l
et.oge of reed. stvirel•rtenuon. belt
r"" faaa a" ". 1 71 ,1 .44.1 Ara? moue
DI/LID.. Addreaa, axio' stun
ss YUlb amt. rdeeO , Mt
dell . Ptttab • •
WANTED -- AGENTEI—MALEAND
PEAL/ME—ln every put or weeterni rum,
ir.venta for the line =mete.' Enerel,
"PRAYER AT VALLI , Eolttov•
"THE HAILE-We, PRAYER, ,
"LINCOLN'S HOME AThranfonscD,.
Either by the month or an aonuninalon. Pubileh
ere-entee allowed. !or fell hertleniere
bersoe, or Melees, • FARGO 00.
43 fifth Hsu •
DENTS WANTED FOB A NEW -
WOMEN OF THE WAR.
BY FRANK MORAennuiu wW. “Th. s
The object of thlc work is t imilecit ant
narratives or the services of the *omen who
itte_peras of the wsr.and ought to inherit its .
me voinme contains about 600 =Awe
pages, and is titnetraied with a steel plate rzia.
engraved to the most improve styli. boi oily
For drciTilar s. address or apply Co •
XX/ It 7I 61101 1 /E6
ball . No. 68 FM stoma,. Fittatmig6,
i ' 1 X:
Soldiers of 1861 and 1862,
All who 'erred three Tears are eutttled.to 8100
bountr: those unerlan two Mrs. $3O: or who were
dlsoliarged by reILBOII Of I. OURdA. or their balro.
2 hrgit Months Extra Pay
due Volunteer °Metro In.:the nerdee Yareh $6.
, 11565, tap dlueburged, watered Enolvor, tas
date emit A 1965.
FElidllANl3.—Permanently dlsabled are eiAt=
to $151,10100r $25, according to Cleanser
in. IV. J. L HI LL
001 . 71 firant Rinurt. 9104.1.1 Th; Pa.
B. F. BAOWN,
Local Claim - Agent.
V. S. SAN. COIL,
Medi No. 67 Fourth Street,
(NiCOND FLOOR, )
Pensions, Bounties, and 'Armor
of Pay Promptly Collected.
No charge made until eLairgu are Waled, and tha
but a model ate fee. an9eb2o
Bourn:Es, PENSIONS,' ,
Extra Bounties, Back Pay, too.,
Collected hithe sli . ort . e7t pouibliF4ll77. b 7
A. M. ISltcrw7k • -
JOHN 11. LAMIUX,
Attornega b t LAW,
A016:4 ST 211"'.
13110 F. 11011 BOCK,
INSTRUCTOR ON THE rusq,
And Teacher of Vocal Music.
DOOM N AND 110IINE. ,
MVO. 433. Sorry 11311znocrt.
• : OTTORJrZIr AT Ldtfr,
Vo. 120 Fourlll St.. ontioelte Wilkini HAIL
Particutar attention far= 10 the collection or al
oeultts. bi - is, notes, de. .
Cornet c-dents Now Tort, Ilostm
Vbilsdelp`i at Beaver, Bellefonts, teadUis.._
Indistiapolujnd.; Morgantown. -W. VI., Utica,
N. t. elAwhere. • _ self :11l
JOHN A. STRAIN. . •
Fa-Officio.. Justice of the Poles
apcelit Illi c ;sl.V.T4 114 426fra h
Deeds, Bna, idersgaps, B"li t
pooltion• and au Lew Rumen -
promptness sad dispatch. . .
,umtl.cs LIP,TUNSTAIIC. AND
'BELL EnTATi *MENU Ofllea. wanes of Uttar
and Manor streets, Lawrena.
• noettal attention Senotho sad al.
of Real Estate, the et din=
and edam Sit et 41
DISTACE /010111111 W, •
• ALDERMAN . AND `tIiVEYUCER,
- T2Penuirralkii Avenue.
led al the Mean sett 'mute CM= Meet
CHATRAUT T. _
Iro. 09 Ilnint litreet, Ilittabargti,
E. C. Ituespirl
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR Al LAW,
No. 89 Granl Streak ,
JOHN Qe McCOMBS,
ATTPRNET ALLIL.DIMELLOR At LAW.
Siirredidoasi ifiduntles, and A-eresrs Ps/
::INo are tams rlo'g d ritii the nolttiatt. tPeetta
Indio:outgo to to apt! Tristan/ to rumba.
Call awl tassalne it'
dr°. 41. Et. Ciair Str•ef.
rummy Ce. BALE
Worthiest Comer 4-Penn *lit. Char Sta.
Desires to Mora thanks to hts eleads sad the DoIP - .
It for thetsuiur Put rarors.Liti4 apt soar
Its shire allied: Mare nalroaae.- Hs wool
"oloasedto hive Pleat eitunthe bit
Large and tarendly telectedinack
Fine --Woolen Goods
witunn; ITUL, lea felt LO min,
``u ems, .
PAINTED, GM= - AND GLAtigi t
firti; - Lira Bt.; Pittsburgh.
Plain sad Ornisnatal Elic_l! enerx_daserlpt
:meg *Maw Alli'inkf , ll 01)folaink7 1,1%.=°'
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1100$r.":140 70061 P .A.INTEE"
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