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BANKER AND BROKER;;.
118 ,near',Ccxrker or Wood'-
4 .- ndl. Coupons,
Boughtan ISoltlon•Liberal Terms,'
.IWDrafts sold on all tlie pinelpal cities of Eu
00111 1 FER L S , ION OF 7-301 s.
• We are now prepared to caneert the SECOND and
THIRD SERIES of t
SEVEN - TIES
• ' • xx raz
New -1867.5-20 old Coupon Bonds: .
-. • JAMES TI-B ADY 86 CO
Dealer in Voye ent Securities,
CORNEtt:FOURTH AND ; WOOD STS..
FINANCE AND TRADE,
OFFICE OF 'THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
SA.TUILOATi March 19, 1868•
—The Houk+ of Representatives has re
pealeA the internal revenue' taxes upon
-riaapitfactures. This act, too long delayed,
will afford 'immediate relief to the Indus
. that interests of the country, and is a step
in the right direction. It is expected that
• the bill will be promptly adopted by the
"Senate end: be ratified by the President in
time to take effect on the first of April next.
The imposition of these takes was bad policy
in the first place, and couldbe only defen
, ded on the ground of overmastering limn
cial necessity. It is always a false pririci
ple to tax production in place of couSump
tion, and the chief wonder in relatlion to
the taxes that are so soon to be expunged
is that they did not exercise a more inJur
ions influence on business. "It is estimated:
that the proposed measure will cause a loss
to the public treasury of $84,794,654. In
1867 the.,- total receipt 4 from internal rev
enue;- including' taxes upon liquors, to
' bare gas; and distilled oils amounted to a
totttl of - 11146,223,670 r As the :Whisky,
bacco, arid • gas taxes, yielding an aggre
gate of $51;429,019, are to be retained, it is
expected that by means of a tax upon sales
revenue of $20,000,000 may be derived,
thus reducing the actual loss to the Treas.
uary by the repeal of the five percent. tax
upon tnarinficturesto something like $60,-
000,000. -The depletion can .be sustained
with Out any embarrassinent, provided it is
attended with the promised retrenchments
in the various branches of the 'public ser
viee. Our expenses have never been suffi
ciently cut down from the extravagant war
standard, and would bear a still - ffiqre ex
Closing quotations received by James T.
• Gold 1387/
U. S. 6's, 1881 - 11134
5-2/15,186 0 ' - 1103
186 r 108
" 5-20's, 1865 • 108.1
" 10-10 7 s 1013,1
" Jaw and July; 'O5 107
44 CI • :67 10734
" • June - 7-30's t loog
May Comp., 1865" - 11814
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET:.
. OFFICE OF THE PITTSBUGH:GAZETTE,
-SATtir±.Dty, ?larch 14, 186.
CRITD—The maiket ha been dull and
irregular throughout the pat week,thougli
tO-day there seemed to be, a firmer feeling,
and holders generally were asking an ad-
Tame. We can report a sale of, 3000 bbls
for_ April, at 8!,"c; 1500 for June, at 9c;lmd
1000 each 'for March and April on private
terms: Spot oil maybe quoted at 8C68,',e,
and all the' year, buyer's option, at 1l(
11%o; seller's option, same dehvery,B®B;c.
Compared with the early part of the week,
prices are a shade higher, but the trade is
devoid, of that life And, animation with . .
which. it : should be characterized at. this
particular . season'of the year, especially as
there is, or will be as soon as the water re
cedes sufficiently, a good bulk rise. Deal,
• - ere do not seem disposed to take hold with
their wanted activity, and when business
is hard for the dealers it is still . worse for
the brqiters; and it is all owing to the fact
that, oil is entirelytoconuch inflated at Oil'
City for this market!' The' idea of paying .
$1343,10 at Oil City, and.selling at $3,20 to
$3,30 here is not very encouraging to
those engaged in the trade, and as a comm.,
queuoe, the great majority of ..our dealers,
• very sensibly, we think, have concluded to
remain idle and keep their Made in the.
same vsyil • • • ;
REFINED—Th 6 linirket for bonded oil
has also been very dull during the past
week, the transactionsin the aggregate be
' ing compirativelY. light/. though to-day
' there was a firmer feeling; and in some in
-- ' stances better figures ,were offered. We
have but a single side to record, 6050 bblei 4
2000 each;for August, September and OiN•
.toter.: buyer's clptien, last half of each
' • - mouth at 29c. - ' There were offers to buy a
oline'' ' at 25c for April, 25%c for May, and
260 for Jane which. is an advance of about r
half a cent; beiripared with the offers Of the•
, last few days. Spot oil may'. be quoted at
24c; all'the molithr,' buyer's option, at 24y,® .
24%e; and all the yeFir, - buyer's option, at
?"?:1 •310. TM it generalTtiauaßirethaers are as obi
stinate as ever in regard to selling, not,be-'
_Jug satisfied • with. present Priees,andrpre
ferring rather to hold off in expectation-of
ARRIVALS—The following are the7arki‘
Total receipts for the week... 2,507 .
Total receipts last week .4,080-
Totalrebeipts since Jan. 1.;• '127 311
1 ... ....... ,
OIL BRIPMETS PER A. V.
Clark ..11, Stunner,
503 . bbls refined - to - , - P; - ",
- gat. IttEo.' t A 7 . - d6To .A. Dilworth
6c Co. Philadelphia. _ . •
::Lockhart .Frew, 272 do benziooto War!'
ing, King& CO., Philadelphia.
1 1. Nat: Ref, Co., 52 do do top.
• delphia: ' r•
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Waring, King it
corroil GOODS 4LtDS:E7ZI
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nave aaviriCci: - filie - texture and finishot
." ; 1 -`itiiitsitee'tWiiiade at the ..ilinehoir, ragTO
.... :, and Betuo3W4l l, lo4blly up td tile popnlat
New. Enßland brands. Wo..Rupte 141,1? 1 / 2
I .;''. '. ,/tiviK i ::Antbit:74#`3ls l3 4 ., t#Y:" '
i 4 .: .1-; 1 --, , BuYvirn 'Sbeattrippw..o4.4Los2rterfiltl*
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. tin st criex* 0 t . .' r
~ 'I ''' `" irtif,tacrOi 44Ntgefp.. Carpet Cbain and
'-' Wick, 40c; Colored Caplet Chain; 48d;'13W
ling No. 1 .and 20 toSeamless
Grain Bags-2 bushels, 42 to 45c; 234 do, 53c;
3 do, 60c.
PITTSBTIRGH; GAZETTE • 3107NDAY; 31 . 1,1tCH .16 -18 68
OFFICE CF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
SATURDAY, :NIDSCII 14, 1868..
Tbd general_rnarkets have' been rather
more active, during the past week,%ad with
animproved demand for saint) of t e lead
ing articles, in consequence of scarcity,
pr areitending 'Upward: The resump
tion of naVigation is beginning to tell oh the
tri t ide - Of Our city, and, besides, the time of
year is at hand when and improvement is
looked Par and if we are not greatlymis
taken business this spring and early in the
summer will be considerably better than it
bas been for some years past.
GRAIN—Oats continue scarce and firm,
but not quotably, higher; 68@70c, on wharf
and track, and 73®75c, in — store. 'Winter
Wheat is scarce and in demand at tt'2,42©
2,45 . -'or Red, and $2,53@2,55 for White.
Barley is scarce. 'and wanted at $2©2,10.
iCorn is quiet and • rather dull but un
changed; we'continue to quote at 93c@$1,
on track and wharf, and: $1,05@1,10, in a
retail way. Rye is somewhat -excited and
tending upward; we now' quote at $1,65,
PROVISIONS-Compared with the early
part of tile - week, Bacon is not so firm, and
Sricesnre a shade lower; 11 1 ,4®11%c for
houldeis; 133,®15c. for Ribbea and. Clear
Sides; 17®17 1 fc Bar Sugar Cured Hams,,
and 1634 c for Breakfast Bacon. Lard is un
changea;' prime kettle rendered is quoted
at 16c, in tierces, and 1634 c, in kegs.- Mess
Pork, S2S@2S,SO._FLOUR—The narket has - been remark
ably. qUiet - the past week, and prices are
steady but unchanged. We continue to
quote at $10,50©11,25 for Spring Wheat; *l2
@12,50 for Winter Wheat, and $14®15 for
fancy brands. Rye Flour is firm at $8,25
per barrel, and Buckwheat is steady at $4,50
SEEDS--Cloverseed is quiet and un
chaned at..58@8,25. ThnothySeed 14 dull
at.52,45@3. Flaxseed is in steady demand
at $2,35@2,40. •
.BUTIER—Is scarce, and in actiVe • de
mand, and prices are again tending up
ward, sales h.aving been made to-day at 48
@s3c, for prime to choice Roll.
EGGS—Firmer, and under the influence
of diminished arrivals, prices are higher,
And..we now quote at 24@25c.
' HAY—Weighmaster 31cNulty, at the Al
legheny Diamond Scales, repos light ar
rivals, a good demand, and prices firm but
unchanged, ranging from $20q23. -
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches firm but tm
changed-1134Caa2c, for prime halves, in
small lots—and 11c, to the trade. Apples
in better demand but unchanged at
POTATOES—The demand is more active,
but prices are unchanged; sales of prime
Peach Blows at 83,25 per bbl. •
LARD OIL—Is firm but unchanged; reg.
ular sales of No. 2at oSc@sl, and sl,3®
$1„30 for No. 1.
HOMINY—Is !unchanged; regular. sales
at $6,25®6,50 per bbl.
BEANS—Scarce and' in fair demand,
with sales at $4(a j 4,50 per lansh.
GREEN APPLES— Steady but un
changed; sales at $3,50g5,50 per bbl, as to
BALTIMORE, March 12.—Beef Cattle—The
offerings at the - scales during the past week
amounted to 987 head, against 9,90 last
week. Prices to-day ranged as folloWs:,
Old cows and scalawags at $4@,4,75; ordi
nary thin steers, oxen: nd cows, 54,7561,5,50
fair to stood stock cattle ..6,50€1,:.7,25; fair
quality: - beeves, 0,50®6,75; and the very .
best beeves, liSgio per 100 lbs, the average
price being about '86,G2?;, gross—being an'
'average decline of .about.373'c per 100 lbs,
on the rates of last 'reek
Sheep 7 -_The supply has been light daring
the past week: and quotations are high
er. Pribes to-day ranged as followm.fair to
good at s@Ge, and extra, 7@ ; Sc per 100 lbs
Bogs-The arrivals have been unusually
light during the, past week, nitd under a
good demand the market hag - ruled brisk
at an advance of fully 50i; per . 100 lbs.
Prices to-day ranged as follows: fair to good
live hogs $12,50®14 per 100 lbs,:net._
ITTBURG, FT. WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAILuy_to, March 14.-1 car metal, Little,
Baird &:, Patton; 2 dodo, Bryan , & Caughey;
1 do do, Jones & Laughlin; 100 bills flour,H
Knox; 3 bxs tobacco, A Schaub; 50 bbla
lard oil, B D Fahnestock&, Co; I carlsrtaves,
M P Adams & Bro; 1 do do, Wm Hastings;
17 bbls apples, 4 kgs butter, IL_Rea Jr; 07
oil bbls, Wm Mulhns; 300 bbls flour, owner
15 do rve flour, Keil & Ritchart; 148 boxes
C Ihmsen t Son; 10 buckwheat,
J Craig; 10 do do, .1 Porterfield; 4 kgs but
ter, 9 bbl apples,Voigt & Co; 9 pkgs butter
2 do lard, Graff & Reiter; 5 kgs lard, S P
Shriver & Co; 40 sks oats, H Rea Jr; 22 sks
rye, in do oats, Robb &' Herron; 12 bbls
- potatoes, T °Morgan; 10 doz pails, Gay &
Welsh; 102 sits rye, 90 do barley, McHenry
& Hood; 25 kgs lard,3 M Bly ; 9 sks rags,
Markle & Co. "
AND PITTSRMIGII RAILROAD
March 14-2 cars ore, Park, Bro.& C0;.6 do
do, Bro & Co: 101'bbls lime ;Campbell &
Jones & Co; 140 hlf bbls herring, Shomaker
,& Lang; 130 do do, J Connor; 01= ft _lum
ber, Slack &: Sholes; 8000 do do,'—r•Moßob
erts; 5Q bbls oil; WM MeCutcheoM 1 bbl
paint, J,P Smith & Co; 45 do °Pt S BFloyd
& Co; 10 kgs barley, 4 bxs'eheese, Arbuck
les it Co; 1 cat clay, - Coleman, Rehm & ' - C 0;
3 hit •bbls, butter, W H Graff- & Co; 3 rolls
leather, S Kirk; 113 sks 0at5, , 43 darye,3
do barley, 6 do seed, J Fairley... , I
Pirtsitmeic Cowin:kis AND CINCINNATI
Rartnoma„ Marc 13.--10 bdis - 'paper, Pitts
PaPer - CO; 2 bbls lard, John Dennis; 44 sks
corn', 7 Mats potatoes, 8 bbls dry apples; 1 do
peaches,'Robb& Herron; 6 bolls hay forices,
2do hoes, 2 handles; 2 do potatoe hooks,
Sprtit,t,Jones g Co; 6 bxs tools, J Wood
well; kcal' ktultr, M"Steel a Son; 12 sks pO,
tatoes;'C B. Love; 7 hf bbls butter, - l'bbl
WH drag osbbls dry apples, Grafi' & Rel-,1
tet; 8 Skil tiMothy seed, McHerry)a Hood;
bbls & Lang.. _
SrltoutNy,_ . VALLEY `RAILrcoAD, March
14.-00 bbls iailt; l Thos Mitchell; T car metal,
John Moorhead; sks cloverseed, Ewart
&Cof2lB bags oate r ,J & W - Volrley; 1 car
Mack Etrickell, it Co; 2 cats
I metal, Rees, Graff & Dull; 4 - rolls leathet,
Seibert & bags rye, Kirkpatrick &
Herronj I-cat grain and wool, Stewart .&
Langenbehn;24 (lop latooms, L & J Blanch
aid;. 2, caddies tobacco,'Pretzleld:& Bro;
bbLi whi • sky McCul/eap, Smith -& Co,
ALLEGHENY. STATION, March 14.-5 cars
- staves; R,alya & Robertson; I.;car wheat, W
McKee-it green hides, Linekempt;
10,sktv:flaxseed,11. ,SmidatAk 8 hides, 1
.bbl tallow, A Wertz; 52 mks lye, 80 do oats,
2do barley; Jas; McKinney; 1 car lumber,
,McCurdy •&-"MeGinnhflail do shingles. F
'Rickert a'Ci); 1 ca,f611;11. - P-Sehwartz; 3 kgs
lard' Johiclierliert. 80 bbls, flour, Owens &
enngdy ; •.!
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'JorinsttoicA,Coi , 74.1,bis roi.„-volgt&
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i D ee foo d, i• w m , 23 9 F Arm.
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• , River and Weather.
Tetegiabh to the Pittsburgh Chszette.3
Esslivria.s, • March 14.—River rising
slowly with-'five and a half feet large on
Harpeth Shoals. Weather warm and
cloddy. ,;Departed-Ella Hughes, for up
ver Cumberland; -Talisman, for Cairo; and
ißelloi-for• Kanawha River.: - •
'll'ldnettuis, March 14:—Weisther warm
and clondy. :River rising. • Arkansas and
lila° rivers bank full and rising. -De
parted—Darling with 1200 bales cotton and
200 tons miscellaneous freight, for Chichi
' nati; City of Cairo and W. B. Arthur, for
St. Louis. •
ilaltimore Cattle Market.
IMPORT* BY R.ULR9AICP
Our rivers are again falling at this point,
with sixteen feet in the Monongahela, and
seventeen imthe Allegheny. An Oil, City
telegram, however, reperts. the Allegheny
again. swelling at that point, with twelve
and 4 half feet in the channel. The
weather yesterday was warm and clear,
•;though - We should not be surprised to see
it rain to-day. -
The R. C. Pray, from Cairo, is the only
transient arrival we:have to teport. ,The
St. Charles from Cincinnati, !is due here
to,day, and the Wild Ducky and barges
may be expected -in to-inOrrow. The Mc-
Colllough, from Parkersburg, Was due last
night, araWill return today asusual.
iiihe_Delaware left for 'Nashville , on Sat ur-
dayoyith about all the freight she could
takb,' and full ,of passengers., The Sallie,
for St. Loitiif and Missouri River, cleared
yesterday morning with a splendid trip,
being loaded down, her guards touching
The following boats were at the landing
yesterdsyr Kate Robinson, , Wauanita,
Lorena, Arrierica, Lent Leoti, Yorktown,
linporter, R. C. Gray, and New - York. The
Allegheny Riveeboats have not as yet been
able lo make a trip.
The Lorena, Capt. Sherman, is up for St.
Louis; Wauanita, Captain Thomas Shaman
for Missouri River; Lent Leoti, Capt. Ham
ilton, for Fort Benton; and Kate Robinson,
Robt." Robinson, for Cincinnati and
Louisville. These are all good boats.
1 Captain Stockdale went out on the Sallie
1 3-esterday, to see how she nonid perform.
lie will get off at Wheeling and return by
On FriOay afternoon the towboat James
Gilmore struck one of her: barges against
one of the piers of the Steubenville Bridge;
causing it to sink'almost instantly. The
loss sustained is estimated. at $2,500, on
which there is no insuraxice.
Shippers will bear .in mind the "Wild
Duck Barges". will be here to-morrow, and
will commence loading for St. Louis on
Wednesday morning. Having a goOd por
tion of . her cargo engaged, she will leave
with clispatch. . • .
- .- "RATES SA ISFACTORY." - -
Capt. -John .W. Anawal of 'the Wild_
Duck, has been here for t ) or three days
visiting , his family; having come through
by-rail from Cincinnati ah of the Duck.
i Capt. Ed. Evans, of the Westmoreland,
who has been suffering for some time from
a Severeattack of rheumatism, is getting
better, and expects' to assume command of
the 'Westmoreland on her next trip.
_ The Mobile Tribune learns that the Su
preme Court of the United States has de
cided that the space along the river, in front
of Mobile, belongs to the United States, and
that commissioners have been appointed to
receive and take charge of the property for
The Vicksburg Times haw - trii account of
how the Belle Lee ran a race witle,the Wild ,
Wagoner and Frank Pargcrud. Captain I
McGill says that he had no intention of
making a rtin, but placed as he was „be
tween two such ; boats as the Wagoner and
the Paragoud, he had no alternative. She
outran her competitors, and her time from
New Orleans to Vicksburg WM thirty-ono
hours and twenty mlnues—the fastest time,
says the Times, made by any steamboat
since the close of the war.
The Tennessee is coming up With a full
load of corn from Evansville, for' Parkers
According to the latest accounts, in Red
river, there is eight feet to Alexandria, five
and a half on tho shoals, and seven feet,
• thence to Shreveport,-..river swelling at
Shreveport. In Big Black to Trinity there
is six and a half feet. The Ouachita is
swelling above Trinity. • In Tennsas there
is five feet large to the mouth of Bayou
The Louisia ptunped out the Petrolia,
which was sunk a few days since on the
little chairi of the Wabash. After being
lighted off she floated down a short Ws
tansig, where she sunk in seven feet water.
•It is supposed she will become a total
wreck, and he the means ofobstructing the
navigation of that portion of the river. •
A St. Louis telegram, under date of
Thursday, says: The weather has chauged
to-day. The rain has ix-en one of the. long
est continued experienced for ninny years.
The rise at Burlington amounts to five or
six feet. 'The river is open to Dubuque.
The Illinois river is steadily rising. There
is twelve feet water to Cairo, and rising
here two feet or more per day. The rates
of freight are unchanged with their barge
line. The Carroll and Great Republic are
loading for New Orleans. Several boats
will soon be seeking freight - for the Ten
nessee river, and one for the Arkans as river. The first packet of the Omaha line
leaves to-day, full of pamengers. - . Captain
Donaldson has arrived from Pittsburgh,
and announces that the Republic, for Now
Orleans, make fourteen day trips
through the season. Captain Shaw, has
sold half the'Minnie to Capt. Doyle, Lite of
Little Rock. The Virginia goes from New
Orleans to Cincinnati, to load for Omaha.
The Cincinnati Conintereiat, of Friday,
says: The Argosy will be here this even
ing, and, return to, Pittsburgh to-morrow.•
Capt. Geo. M. Baker is in the city prospect
ing, having arrived from Pittsburgh' yes
terday.; Copts. Ford and AicPike, of the
St. Louis and Quincy Line, are • also lathe
city, for the pitrpose of looking after.stem
ors suitable for their trade. The St, Charles
having been detained on account of not, get
ling her new smoke-stacks ready, will take
her departure at noon 10-day. , She 'will
hereafter leave here regularly every Mon. !
day. Messrs. Jas. , Shuns° and Capt. Evan
Morgan are her pilots. • - .
The Cincinnati Oazeite, of Friday, has
the'following: The Columbia left for St.
Louis with - a light freight trip, but having
about 40" cabin passengers, 20 of who'll were
taken :from the Kanawha boat Charmer,
who, with horses, wagons, household goods,
and seeking now homes in the Far
West. She receives 2,000 barrels cement at
.Lonisville. 'The pilots - of the Columbia to
St. IMAM are Chas. Boyer and Jos. Jacobs:
She will thdn load for the mountains, in
,command of Capt. Threckmorton,. with"
;Mr. John W. Sanders in the office.
;. The Belle Vernon arrived -from St. Linda
yesterday, and after,putting'olf email lot,
el' freight, passed on up to Pittsburgh. pl. ,
lets, J. Shouse and J. Stewart.
ll'he ;St.'Charles, which has a fine trip
akoard, wits detianed yesterday fixing her
chlMneys, but will leave to-day, positively,
at noon. Her pilots are Capt. Evan Morgan
and Jas. Shouse, both of whom are wetland
favbrably known up the river. *.
FOR. ST.. LOUIS, LEAV-z ig gfr a t,
I.IX. CITY, FORT 'DENTON, AND VIE '
241.N18: --The favorite steamer '
LEN LEO'll - T. lams:TON, Cominnudery
'AY, Mara 17th,' at,
FOB'4DAIRO AND ST.
; LOVISe7The flue steamer 111113==1.,
Capt. R.Ol. 81, 1 t
LORENA. *""' . .. '''
Will leave Thr - the above And into:mal posts ond
" t tnst. boned Or tO
frorfrelght or p page apply c#
''• FLACKA COLLINZWO Agents_t_
B MONTANA • FORT
BEN'Tling AND GOLD
Es. The One new steamer • '
ANDREW 'ACKLEY ..0 GARltirr BOW*
'Wittiest*, toiabOie. ports on MARCH' 18th. The
above boat to entirely now, was built exprevely ter
that trade, and has the Government contract,.
Pori:m.loA or paseastsoply on board or to
• W. T. KOONTZ.
JAMES COLLINS, Agent.
HART, CAUGHEY Si. 'CO.,
BANKERS - AND BR KERS,
Corner Tim d and Wod Streets,
• PITPSI3IMIGI / 1,A.,
(SUCCES : iOI26 TO FIANN'A.
Exchanov Oin - Coupons
And particular attentioi paid 'to the purchase aid:
:sale of - -
GOVERNMENT BONDS. j.
SlQh Draft on I.Ondon.
N HOLMES & SONS'
33 . -
67 Market Street,
• PITT'I'SI3LTEGII, PA.
Diposlts received in Par Funds and Currency.
Collections made on all the principal points of the
United States and Caaadas.
Stocks, Bonds: and other Securities
130t64r AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. --
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities,
CLDDTNG L'. - SIXES OF
ES 10 . -40,4
U. S. fERTIFICATES OF INIABETEDNESS.
Orders and Vouchers bought or collected.
KEYSTONE SAYINGS BANK,
No. 209 Liberty Street,
THIS BANE 'WILL OPEN A
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS,
AT THEIR NEW 111A!!MING noun'
Accounts of BANKS, 11A.NEE114 um] lIER,
CHANTS are Invited. _ I A LL OF. THE MANEF'ACTILTRES
Collecpons made on all points In the 'Unitedi ~C 3,
States and Canada. . • OF THE
Interest—Allowed on Time Deposits. I PITTSBURGH WHITE LEAD
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD..i - AND
JOHN T. VAN DOREN, Castiter.
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paid on Time. Deposits
ANy sbr ItEVEIVED 'ROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD..,
DEPOSITS SUILIECT TO CHECK, WITIIOtT
Discounts Daily at o`plock
Vice Presideut—A. N. MARSHALL.
• • _ DIILECTWIS: ,
THOMPIAYN BELL, - A. M.MARSHALL. I
JOS. DILWORTH. I JOS. ALAHEE.
J. J. GILLEVIE. •
Stockholder% to whom we
D. W. C. Bidwell,
F.. M. Fulton. _
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
35 SOUTH 10 1 S 7:
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
7 0-10 s Converted Into 5-20.
• nods km) GOLD
Botighi and sold on commission,- here a nd In New
York,TIME PAPER NEGOTIATED.
ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF GOLD
AND CURRENCY. , Accounts - of Banks and Bank
ers received on favorable terms. - -
LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION FIRST
MORTGAGE RAILROAD 5s FOR SALE. Also,
the. NEW LEHIGH GOLD LOAN. These Loans
are both free from State -and U. S. taxes, and .are
the cheapest Bonds of their class at present on the
ALL CLASSES OF SECURITIF.9 TAKEN -- IN
. EXCHANGE AT MARKET RATES. -
. 10.4:138 '
TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF
NOTICE TO THE HOLDERS
COmmonwOalth of Pennnylvania,
DUE JULY IST, 1f7...
THE FOLLOWING LOANS
Due`July Ist • 1868
NYLEL BE EEDEEMED, vtrzra INTEREST, TO
• DATE ' OE - PAYMENT, ON TEE PRE"
FARMERS' & MECHANICS'
board or to
Loan of March 27th, - 1839; - zdue _July_
DAY, 51arcii 18113,
board or to
Lon of 1839, due July
INTEREST THE :A.130vi 2 'LdPlB'NylLt
CEASE ON THE /ST OP JULYvISSIX, , I
• " .c,fth
make reference: t
Joseph PH worth,
Rev. D'avld Kerr,
La Co IL 'Mg Eli
SENTATION AT THE
nwircis soauszki, Betriii;s4. •
JOHN F. ILlRTRANiauti,)fleti:i
w. IL 114211111 LE; state Tress's,.
COAL AND - COKE
C. Ir. -ucxsißO (( e.. IitTeIIINSON.
ARMSTRONG It.. HUTCHINSON,
P:IILADELPIIIA ASDYOVGITIOGIIENY COAT.
311:CET:S. STIT7PERS ..IND DEALERS. in" RAIL
. TWAT) ANT) fl ER, tlT,'
Superior Youghiogheny •
- CAS AND FAMILY 'COAL.
_Office and Yard—FOOT OF TRY STREET, near
the Oas Works.•
Orders left at the sand, or addressed by mall, will
be promptly 1111 ed. •
BEST FAMILY ,COAL
ALWAYS ON HAND
And Pelivered Promptly to Order, .
AT-LOWEST. MARKET RATES, BY
OSCAR F..: - LA,mm & CO.,
Corner Sailditsky Street arid F. Fi. w. .k. C. R. R.
A.I.I.P.GITENSI CITY, •
ANTHRACITE COAL FURNISHED AT THE
COAL: COAL:: - COAL:::
DICKSON, STEWA.RT & CO.,
• Having removed their once to
NO, 367 tairmnant
• (Lately City Flour MiII)SECOND ELOOK.
A re:novr prepared to ftirnis t h good YOXIGHIO6IIE
NY LUSLP, NUT-COAL 011 SLACK, at the lowest
inorket price. _
All orders left at their °Aire, for addressed to
them through the mail, will be attended to promptly.
CHARLES 11. ARMSTRONG,
YOUGHIOGLENi AND cotsrmatug 00AL,
And Mauufwinreis of
COAL. SLACK 'AND DESELIITURIZED COKE
0111 Ce and Yard— , CORNETI •OF ISIJTI.ER AND
MORTON STREETS. First yard on Liberty and
Clymer streets, Ninth Ward, and on Second street,.
near Lock No. 1. Pittt.burgh,. Pa.
Families and -Manufacturers supplied with the
pert article of Coal or Coke at the lowest cash rates.
Orders left at any of their offices will receive
C.' CIICE.IIII.Ir 8 CO.,
Minemand Shippers of P ITTS TORGE .
mid FAMILY COAL. NOT COAL and SLACK.
Coal delivered promptly to all parts of the cities
arthe lowest market rates.
Ottlee_:a.ufl Yard—COßN EP. FODITSTI AND WAT
SON (fOrmerly Canal, STItEETS, Pittsburgh.
P. O. 8011 129. ocM:
WHITE LEAD AND COLORS
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD,
Chronic Green, • .•
Versa Mes Green,
i And every variety of Colors, dry a n ground In Oil,
for sale by
HARRIS &: EWING,
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
SCHOONMAKER & SON .7-
White Lead and Color Worke,,
WHJTE A2 I .I4Prif, A RI : .IIE LEAD:
And all colon., dry or In oil.
OFFICE, 'No. 67 FOURTH STREET.
Factory, Nos. 450. SSA,. 454. 456 and . 45111
Rebecca Street, and 49, 31 and 53 Lac ock Street,
GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
F.. L. A'MOOD....DENSON JONES' .1 .11'CAFIrREY.
ATWOOD Si, igcCAFFREY,
GAS ( AND STEAM FITTEES;
Cor. of Third. and Liberty Streets,
Above Carroll & Snyder's, Pittsburgh, l'a.
LIGHT AND EEAVY CASTINGS . furnished
promptly to order.
Special attention paid to the fltting.out.and re
-011 Refineries,. Steamboats,
AGENTS FOR A. S. CAMERON &-CO.'S •
.Steant Pumps and Blower Engine.
These Pumps have superior advantages over all
others. and every one is warranted to give satisfac
tion. PUMP'S constantly on hand. feZ:ulo
JonN M. cborrat Jas.' KATE nr.mni BIER.
JOHN H. COOPER 4 CO.,
BRASS FOUNDERS, f
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Manufakurers or PUMPS AND' BRASS 'WORK. of
i ttr i fk c t i lot . Acia i lg t rl . lu GAS - FIXTURES.
Corner of Pike and %halt Streets,
• myirklao • ' •
SINGEF.LI PHILIP CLEIS.
QLITCIERLY & ' CLEIS, Successors
17 to GEO. F. Sc7[DCttM Ati & Co., ..
The only Stearn Lithagraphie Establishment West
of the lifountains.: Business Cards; Letter. Mends,
Bonds, Labels, CirenlArt , , Show Cards,' Diplomas,
portraits, Certificate! of Depot , lts, Invita
tion enrcte,' dtc,., Nos. and 74 Third i4reet,
Plttsburah. • , .;
NO. 80 POMMEL STREET, APOLLO BMIDING.
CHEEKS; DRAFTS, _NOTES, BILL and LETTER
HEADS, &0., done Isall styles. tixd6:xBd
i►RY STEltift ItItEWERY, ,
-Jos. 814.IIIIRE:ji . .J.I‘E.'.11'/CAT..../lODERD -LIDDELL
NFALlittße AN D
Of Ale; foiier , and ti3tOwn Stout,
- PITTSBURGH PP.- ,
SEEDIEL ' , . 141; k
J OHN 044 k. t AO! " I $'
en or and.
r-i s • 1 ) --) '
' ‘OZSID Strar-11*Pa r lWZM'OPRI 4 4 . .. 1 4IPP/P;
site rost filee.,l3Sia af.:4 - r•
• " "" •
Greenhouses at Oakland. Nurseries on Squirrel
JAM rs II! }tEANOR
Al ; EANOR & HARPER,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
lirktERTY STREET, YITT3BUItGH.
RkrEzeNcEsz-J. Martin. Cashier Meehaniesi
National Bank; J. S. Dilworth & Cu., R: T. Ken
nedy & Bro. • jrcii:l24
M STEE 4 LE 6r. SON,
• .FLOUR FEED. GU.t ITT.,
And Produce gener.lly. No. 95 01110 STREET,
near-East Common, CITY. PA.
K EIL Err RICHART
AND DEMARSI:4t •
GLOVE, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c.,
.349 .Ltbeaty St. Pittsburgh,
ROBERT KNOX, Jr.,
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE GENERALLY
Office, 413 Ltutim - STREET, PretseCnalr•
T J. - BLAI CIIARD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
itteRANE & ANJER,
Dealers in FLOUR, GRIN and PRDDEPEGEN
ERALLY, No. 141 WATER STREET, above
Smithfield. Pittsburgh. • jes
FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
.PORWANDING AND COMMISSION* MERCHANTS,
For the sale of Flour. Grain, Bacon, Lard; Butter,'
Seeds, Dried Fruit. and produce generally. No. IA
MARKET STREET; cornVr of First, Pittsburgh.
fe?...1:u8 , .
SOMAKEIt •Sr. . LANG, Whole
sale dealers In Groceries. Flour, Grain. Pro
duce, Provisions. Fish. Cheese. Salt. Carbon 011,
Re., Nos. 172- and 174 WOOD STREET, near
Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa. n05:u55 .
JOHN I. 1101:SE mils - . nousE.....wtr. H. HOUSE..
OHN - I. HOUSE & BROS. Sue.. !
jce.moro to .10111 S, I. HOUSE ..c: CO., Vellolesale 1
rocers and Commis.lon Merchants, Corner Of.
Smithfield and Water Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. \
eIIf RIBBLE, N o. IS3 LIBERTY
. STREET, Pittsburgb, Fa.. Commission Mer
ant and Wholesale Dealer . in Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash ad
vanced on Couslgnments, Ind paid for Produce gaup
orally., ... auZ....
100 KNOX & SON, COMMISSION
11)0MERC HANT'S and dealers in FLOUR; GRAIN
MILL FEED and. PRODUCE GENERALLY, No.
79 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City.
PAV. CRAWFORD . , COMMISSION
MERCHANN MERCHANT IN pm METAL,
LOOMS, ORE, WROUGHT SCRAP IRON, FIRE
BRICK AND C.LAY. &c. Warehouse and Office,
Nos. 366 and 343 FENN STREET. Storage fur
nished. Consignments solicited. . bc3
ITTLE, BAIRD Sr, PATTON,
, Wholeenle Grocers. Commission 'Merchants and
kalers in Produce, Flour, Bacon,. Cheese, Fish,
Carbon and Lard Oil. Iron, Nails, Glass, .Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
UM and 114 SECOND STREET. Pittsburgh.
B. CALNFIELD S. SON_, COM
!) . MISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
and Wholesale Dealers In Western Reserce Cheese.
Butter, Lard, Pork. Bacon; Flour. ;Fish. Pot and
Pearl Ashes. and Oils. Dried Fruit and - Produce
generally, Nos. 144 and 146 Front street, Pitts
S - HIP 1164 WALLACE WHOLE-
SALE GROCER.'" AND PRODLUE DEALERS,
No. 6 SIXTH STREET, Pittsburgh. ia4gr.sB
EUREKA OIL WORKS, ,0.,
EUREKA CARBON OIL,
Crude Refined and s‘cilirleating 011 e;
La.:d, Sperm. Whale and Fish 0111.
WARING AND KING,
Commission Merchants and Brokers in
Petroleuifiiind its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
PITTSBUR'GII, PA.. '
HM. LONG & CO.,
PURE WRITE BITENLNG 4 iV -,
Braitd-- 4 i.LUCIFER.Y I i , -
Office, No. 2 Duquesne Way,
COMM SION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS L'
Petroleum and its Products.
Plttsburgb Ofnee—DALZELIP BUILDING, cor
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets.
- Philadelphia OiliCe4lsl7"WANtr
• apita3o ' t
J. C. BUFFtrIe...C.:A t . IIEIMP..tir. •
Manufacture 4nd ltuvie for ilo all kinds of
LUB.RICATING . OILS.
No. . 1 ST.C,lniat STREET.
DYER AND SCOUREA
• ~X TEIVGLOVICS. A2D.LADEE.6 , PLII73LIES CLEAN
ED OR DYED. ; -
. 1 t J.l
WIECEII4.IOR WORILII. „ • •
, mognifootete n kkkutp,ealere lan.
i Totdcco, Snuff . ' CAM. Pipes, ,10.1
No. Q FIDEIL&L'ff 4.144EGM1141%
CHEMICAL - LINSEED OIL
R. C. MACHESNEY, Agent;
NO. 19 Irwin Street,
p • art.: D- SCOURERS.
Nos. 135 and 137 , 1'111rd Street,
:11111iLW GOODS OI,EAIR OE DYED,
TOBACCO AND CIGAILS.