The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, December 08, 1868, Image 2
2: ttatagt &Ott, `CITY AND SUBUItBAN. PIETSBURGH AND CONNELLSYILLE RAILROAD. Stockholders, Annual Mteting--Annual Be ports—Condition and Prospects of the Road—Election of Directors. '• • ,The.sixteenth annual meeting of the stockholders of the Pittsbnrgh 'and Con nellsville Railroad Company was held yes terday morning \-- at the 'office of the Com ...piny, corner of Water and Grant streets. The meeting was organized by calling Jas. S. Craft, Esq., to the chair, and appointing Mr. John H. Page, Jr., Secretary. Wei: Oden Hughart, Esq., President of the Company, aftei stating the object of the meeting, presented; • in behalf of the Board Of Directors, the sixteenth annual report to , the ,stockholder, with the usual accom panying tablesd statements,comprising ,the reports of the Treasurer, Superintend ent, Master of Machinery and Auditor. .. t ANNUAL IMPORT. The report ~.. '.. ~ ewes With a congratu latory paragrap to, the stockholders on,, the restoration of the franchises. of the company and the negotiation of a large proportion of the bonds` necessary to the completion of the road, and the actual let ting to substantial contractors the heaviest portions of the unfinished work. A histo ry of the legal proceedings against, the company in the quo toarranto case is thus given, with a copy of the act of . January, 1868, repealing the act of August 19th, 1864. The report says : This,terminated a most gigantic scheme of opposition. The ; boldness of its conception favored its ac - complistunent, and the disturbed state of the times gave pliant tools for the work. Grown bold by Impunity; feeling secure in a position which seemed to protect it from punishment, the authors of the original wrong contended fiercely in the courts and in the legislature for :Us perpetuation. The franchises now possess the rare merit of a complete adjudication. Your securities are by this quality increased in intrinsic value and their negotiation much facilita ted, a consequence certainly unforseen by those who inflicted the injury. "The finan-I cial operations of the year relative to the unfinished portion - of the read are then con sidered in detail. In May the company re solved to'execute a new first -mortgage for $4,000,000, and to issue bonds based thereon for that amount, bearing seven per cent. in terest. The ordinanceof the city of Baltimore required that 42,000,000 of these bonds should be negotiated before the retirement of the city's lien could take plade. The Baltimore and Ohio 'Road immediately subscribed for $1,000,000. John Hopkins, El, 160,00 0 ; President Garrett, 130,000; A. chntnaker, Esq., one of the principal romoters of the Branch Line of Steamers, 130,000; Hon. A. Stewart, of:Uniontown, Pa., 113,000; and manyof the principal citi • zene of Baltimore and Pittsburgh have subscribed for large amounts. They had obtained in August the net sum of $1,550,- 000, when the Baltimore and Ohio Road, to enable the company to fulfill the condi tions of the ordinance, and to permit the work to be ,begun, made a subscription of 1150,000. The report says "the most fre quent and conuiton assertion of nr ene ; lutes has been that the Baltimore nd Ohio Road would not extend its aid. T eir sub scriptions are the beat practical r futation, and afford guaranty of payment (of inter est to those who may purchase ixoods. The business which that road, can and would give in protection of its own inyestment, will of itself 'be sufficient to provide the means. Probably no better evidence can be given of the Value .of ( your se curities than. the large investment of that company—marked, perhaps, more - than any other to-day , by s 1 and prudence in its financialnuitagement." 'Upon the completed portions of the. road the earnings for the past year will reach `\..nearly -two-thirds of the interest upon the .entire mortgage. This is , from local trade alone. The connection with Baltimore, and the development of the resources (as yet untouched) cf a large portion of Fayette . and of all- of Somerset and Bedford cowl , tiet, entirelY independent of through trade, if in the sameproportion, will pay the in terest upon the' entire debt, besides afford ing a remunerative dividend to the stock , holders, • . The following is, a statement of the gross . receipts for the year: From Passengers Freights ••• ' Malls Miscellaneous— ..... . , 1,608,C5 92 During that time the expenses - of the road were,as follows:, ' 4 Conducting transportation' Bepaira or motive power..., - ;...,.. , 'Maintenance-of cars Ifalott-nanccofroad tionerad expenaee ;.Leaving net earnings which is 35.60 per cent., a - slight increase over that of the previous year. The total number of passengers carried all distances was 422,739, against 411,116 the previous. year. In the amount earned s' therefrom, however, there is- a slight de `creaser The freight s transported all, dis tanced has 'been 398,502 tons, against 374,965 tons the previous yeor, an increase of about eight per cent. The increase in the freights lit about six rar cent. Groceries shipped eastward from Pittsburgh have reached the sum of three and a quarter million of pounds, an increase of - about thirty per cent, over the year 1868. - In rolled and hammered irort,clirectly connected with the trade of Pittsburgh, the increase has been over two millions and three hundred thou sand pound's. In the transportation of pig metal the increase haw been still greater. The increase has also been very large,transportation in the of '''queens ware and glassware.: " In glass sand, firwolay,' etc., the, increase has reach . ed nearly ten millions of pounds. , These facts mentioned to direct the attention • of the business men of Pittsburgh to the value'of the trade of the country, so far de veloped by your line, and to suggest that 'the enterprise deserves, and their own interests demend, more active aid than has been rendered—that they supply their full proportion of the amount necessary to com plete the road and-also to see that needed facilities within: the city limits are obtained from the Councils. It is demonstrable that this road in more directly beneficial to this city thanany other coming into it, because from the country traversed mast be brought the raw material for our principaliproducts, coal, coke, iron ore, nand,. lime, fire-clay . , Marble, building atone, etc., etc. There is also the best tiearket for a large proportion Of our, trade, and rant but not least import ant, the only competing route to tide water: . No accident has befallen any . passinger , during - the year, which is due in a great 'mcasure to , the care and efficiency mani 'lofted in'the department conducting trans; pqrtation. .Few, if any Other roads have ;had such freedom - from accident pervad ing their history. On the: roadway. great ' improvements have been made during the year. One thousand and eleven lons of new iron and eleven thoutand three hundred and sixty-five cross ties have been placed in the •traclis. This is a large amount, but it was necessary and will be continued during - the coming year. The tracks and road bed are in good working order. ' Tho general expenses have been $15,358 20 - against 17,987 05 last year per mile run by trains the cost of, this _branch eXpentitttre has been 4.23 per oent. against 5.29 \per cent.' the previous year. The cost thus of maintenance and working the road has been $337,560 55 against $325,208 25 the previous year, showing an increase of $2.352 `3O. This is, 8745 per cent. per mile run by trains, against 95.70 per cent. last year, a gratifying decrease. FINANCIAL. At the close of the last fiscal year the floating debt was $74,282,97. Making proper deductions for assets, and counter claims its real amount was estimated at P 43,995,79. Its amount this year is nominally the same; but omitting the interest due. the City of Baltimore and upon stock we have available assets to pay the whole amount. coltsTßucrnox. Thirty-eight miles of• the line between Connellsville and Cumberland have been put under contract, including all the heavy work upon the line. The contract ors are already at work, and the entire line will be completed :to Cumberland in two years. The report of B. H. Latrobe, Esq., engi neer, to the President; detailing the opera tions of the Enginaer Department during the year, was also read. The main features are embodied in the President's report. " G. L. B. Fetterman, Esq., Chairman of the Committee on Accounts, submitted a report of the examination of the Company's hooka and papers. The reports were received and accepted and five hundred copies ordered to be print ed. An act of the Legislature of Pennsylva nia, approved April 1, 1868, empciwcring the Pittsburgh and Connelhwille Railroad Company to construct branches from its main line, was submitted to the stockhold ers by President Hughart, and by them ac ceptes4 and approved, \ THE ELECTION. It was than resolved .to go into an elec tion of Directors, when Mr. G. W. Herbert was appointed Judge, and Messrs. E. W. McClure and Chas. Donnelly,Tellers. A nomination was submitted from His Honor, Mayor Banks, nominating Messrs. James Hodges, W. H. Perkins and Hazel tine G. Vickery, as Directors to be chosen on the part of the.city of Baltimore for the incoming year. The election resulted as follows: Wm. Oden Hughart, G. L. B. Fet terman, John Fleming,Wm. Phillips, Wm. Baldwin, Joseph Pennock, Cyrus Meyers, Benjamin Deford, John Hopkins, James Hodges. William H. Perkins and Wazeltine G. Vickery. The three last named gentle men are new members, Messrs. W. S. Bis sell, 0. 0. Phillips and -Hill- Burgwin re tiring. . . The meeting then adjourned. The new Board - met at half-past two o'clock in the afternoon, and organized by electing W. Oden Hughart, President,. and Jno. H. Page,4r., Secretary. • Pittsburgh Teachers , Inititute. The chising session of the Pittsburgh Teachers' Institute was held at the Hall of the Third Ward School House, Saturday Morning. The Institute was called to order at nine o'clock by George J. Luckey, City Superintendent, and the exercises were opened with prayer by J. N. Caldwell, of Allegheny City. , Misa Ellen Seaver was then introduced and continued her lecture. on object les sons, during which she introduced the sub ject of mapping or map drawing. In con cluding her lecture bliss Seaver said : - Teachers should make teaching the first business of life as long as they reman in the profession. First, class lady teachers are demanded all over the country. She knew primary teachers now receiving $l,BOO per'year for their services. She said the reason ladies' salaries were so low was because gentlemen fixed their salaries. Ladies should inquire whether or not they desire the elective , franchise. In conclu sion she Said she had spent an exceedingly pleasant time in Pittsburgh. It is one of the brightest spots in ber life. Prof. Luckey thanked the members of the Institute for the great interest they have taken in the institute. The following resolutions were.presented and unanimously adopted: Resolved, That this Institute petition the Central Board of Education to procure the passage of a law giving to .the teachers of Pittsburgh the right to hold an Annual Teachers' Institute, having equal power and authority with the County Institute now provided for by law. Resolved, That the City Superintendent be instructed to present a copy of this re solution to the. Central Board. , The. Institute then adjourned. LIST OF TEACHERS. The following is a carefully prepared lies of the teachers who attended the sessions of the Institute: _ High School—Philo:as Dean, J. H. Crum, Happle Wilkins, H. H. Bancroft. Second - Ward—nary J. Thompson, Annie Curry, Anna D. Marshall, Lucy M. McNeil, Bella MaaLeari. Third Ward—J.N. Stephenson, Martha J. Gratiam,Esther Johnson, Mettle McKnight. Fourth Waed—R. B. Crooks; Mary Mans speaker Emma J. West, Ella Erwin. Liz zie B. Riadgers, Mra: T. N. Miller, Mary arum Smith. Fifth Ward—Jennie Mitchell. • Sixth Ward—L. L. Eaton, Mary I. Proud foot, Amelia W. M.'Creery,, Emma D. Wel. lace, Amelia Witherow, Aggie M. Lupton, Chellnessa Bragdon, Jennie E. Simpson, A. Aggie McFadden, Eliza W. Tompre, Ver bena Barns, - Annie M. ,Witter, Alice Y. Jackson, Mettle S. McMasters, Curie M. Hartley, Mary D. Garvim. , 1 Seventh and Eighth Wards—D. C. Holmes, Martha B. Snodgrass. Caroline S. Davis, M. J. McCracken, Mary Fleming, Annie Hutch inson, Lizzie Jeffery, Annie E. Boreland. Mary M. Foulke, Lucy G. t3hepard, E. D. Brown, E. S. Hall: Ninth and Tenth Wards—Andrew Burtt, Maggie Dickinson, Eliza Hamilton Jennie Ralston, Maggie M. Creieht, Lizzie King, •Annie McClelland, Maggie Scott, Mary M. Creight. Hester Munn, Rebecca Munn, A. A. Hoey,ldellssa Burtt, Jennie Gorier, J. J. Yon, Rose McCleary, Mary Harris. Eleventh Ward—John J. Taggart, Aggie M. Martin, Irene Rutledge, Jennie Moffat, Hattie Davis. Annie Moore, Lottie C. Mar tin,-M. E. Taggart, Harslet *M. Matthews, Jennie E.._Smith; Maggie E. Irwin, Maggie Marshall. Twelfth Ward—H. G. Siluiroa r Anna Heck ert, S. •R. Hipsley, Emily Martin, nettle Martin, Fanny Brooks, Bella Scott, Katie Wolfe, Jennie D. Arniit,Anna M. Jack; Maggie MeCandless, Mary Hughes, Bella M. Fall, Lucy D'Armit. Thirteenth Wurd—James L. Harrison, S. A. Rntiedge,Fanny Caldwell, Mary M. McMullen,Fanny B. Goff, Margaret Crom nab, M. A Newniont. Annie George: .' Fourteenth Ward—J.T. Androws.,FlMPY Rutledge, Jennie Fawcett, Sandi Fawcett; Sadie Yon, Kate L. Andersou. Fifteenth Ward—S. T. Patterson"; Mettle Dalzell, Rachel Ewing. Miry L. Evans, Lizzie Cuddy ' L. C. Ahlborn.' Seventeenth Ward—Annie M. Frothy, N. F. Kaufman, E. Hanna, Lizzie A. Metcalf, Annie De Knight, C. p.-Nixon, Ida Heiler, Anna M. Glanghlin. - • • Nineteenth Ward—Wm. Joyce, Ella Mar tin, Z. E. McCos, Matilda Thompson, A. L. Slater, Hannah J. Lyon. Twentioth Ward—R. L McCready, Calvin Sackett, M.E., Hamilton. . Twenty-first Ward—J. U. Bowlby. • Twenty-thirtt Ward—J. A. Irwin. . Following are the names ' of teaoherafrom outside the city.:' Lizzie Barnes, M.B. Kingersly, M. Kelly, 8, P. Newell, Mollie Q. Cooper, M. , Kelso, J. M. Boggs, .f3adie - McCleary, S. A. Mc* Ewen, M. E. Gailbisith, C. A. Bliss, J. F. celymonds, Adda Rhodes Eliza Mc- Henry. Sarah Smith, Tillie Jamison, Helen Mnlhatten, ,Fulton Phillips, Jennie Smith, Nicholas Messer, Sadie Smith. ' ' $163.455 48 F 7,621 J 9 . 3 650 99 . 8,898 25 .1 80,113 18 . 104,950 64 28,383 Ti .'100.'21301 . 15,858 M .ar.550 58 $781,065 37 • PERSONS from the plains report that buf.' Palo are moving north in immense herds, a thing never, known at -this „season of the, year before. It is attributed tothe preseniie of large - bodies of troops and Indians ,on, their southern range ground. A. train en , the Pacifin.Rallroad was stopped ihree last - Friday, between Fort Harker and' s,Fort HaYsi to allow the animals to pass:.` PITTSBURGH GAZETTE :s, TUESDAY. DECEMBER € TEETH EXTRACTED virrErour PAIN! NO MARGIE MADE WHIN ANTI/MAL TEETH ABB OBDBELP, A FULL IKET FOE ta, AT DR. SCOTTS, AVE FROM HYBL= 3D DOOB ABOVE HAND. ALL WOthr, WA.I3,III—NTED. CALL AND EX- Alum& OPELIMENB OF . GENUINE VULCAN. BLVII:d&T GAS FIXTURES WELDON & 'KELLY, Manufaeturers and Wholesale Dealers In Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, AND LAMP COODS. . Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING (1 - /LB. BENZINE, Ike. N 0.147. Wood Street.. se9:n2e Betirden sth and Bah Avenues. ORGANS,: &C. WI THE t r a jN !C taaN Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano, AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN. The WHOM/MIME PIANO cOmblnes all the latest valuable improvements known In the wa rt:notion of karst class instrument. and has always been awarded the highest premium wherever ex hibited. Its tone is full, sonorttriand sweet. The workmanship, for durability and beauty, surpass all others. Prices from $5O to OLD% (according to style and finish,) cheaper than ail other so-called first class IZiano. ESTEDS fIOTTA9Z ORGAN Stands thee head of pi pe instrument& in pro ducing most perfe quality of tone of any similar instrument in the United States. It is elm. pie and compact , in construction. and not liable to. get out of order. CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUMANA TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Orris. Price from $lOO to $550. All gaarantaed for live years. BARR, SNAKE & BUETTLER, No. 1.51 ST. CUM. STREET. GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY. 100 WOOD sTrerisr. CLUNA I GLASS ' AND • QUEENSWARE, E SILVER PLANED WARE 1 PAR lAN STATUETTES, 8 BO MAR !LASS, , And other STAPLE AND FANCY wow., $ Kraal , variety. - 100 WOOD STB.EET. • 1 RICHARD E. BREED & CO. *(6):ClNi i i* tri I F,ej B. TIEGEL, (Late Cutter with W. Hespenheldea MERCHANT TAILOR. No. 53 Smithfield Street, Plttablirgh 5e23;v23 NEW FALL GOODS. CLOTHS, CELSSIBEERVf.O,(Ito Just received by eel 4: 'Merchant Tailor. 73 Smithfield street. SEWING MACHINES. MILE GREAT AMERICAN COM- A. BIN'AT/ON. Burma= onmswErse AND SEWING MACHmE. IT um; No sow., BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE IN TEE WORLD, _AND IN TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST. - 1011• Agents wanted to sell this Machine. CHAS. C. 13AXIEDGM3C. • Agent for Western Pennarlvania. Corner Form AND MARKET STREETS, over Richardson' s Jewelry Store. e 64 F.'flr -a- 1 WALL PAPERS, For Hallo, Parlors and4C7iansbers, NOW OPENING, AT 407 Market St., near Filth Ave., JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO. ael8: CEMENT, SOAP . STONE, &Q. HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPEe Cheapest and hest Pipe In the lurid. Also, RO BENDALE HYDRAULIC CEMENT for sale. • B. Bp & IL A. BROCKETT JIC CO. ,• Office and Manufactory-240 REBECCA Allegheny. Mr Ordera by mall promptly attended to. jeffitrln COAL AND COKE. J• LAIICE3 DYER AND SCOURER. rio. 8 err. claims STREET And Nos. 185 and 187 Third Street s PITTBBIMGH. PA. corrruoirioNwm;. aisORGE nrisvmpr, NANlmAciwazn.o7 CREAM CANDIES AND TAFFIES, And dealer In all kinds 0f FRUITS, =MI, MOE LEE, SAUCES, JELLIES, in., TOBACCO AND CIGARS. . EXCELSIOR WORKS. w. ..rzorirsistsorr, - Vanufacturers and Dealers TAB if 0, Snuff, Cigars, 'pipes, &I,„, tar: TEDZRAL ST.. ALLEEIHNNT you - SALE &TO LET.--Houses, and Lots for sale in all parts of the city and an. • nib. Also, several FARIMS In ,good locations. Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORYewith 20 acres of land, and good Improvements, which I will sell cheap and •on reasonable terms. Business Rouses' to let on good streets. Private Dwelling Houses- for rent in both cities. For' hirther ipartimilars inquire WILLIAM WARD, Jaw 110 Grout bisect, oppoeite catheilil34 100 WOOD 13TBMLT. A splendid new stock of HENRY MEYER. WALL PAPERS. 112 FEDERAL ST., Allegheny. DRY GOODS. 54. KITTANNING EXTRA HEAVY Barred -Flannel, A VERY LARRE STOV rqc:yvv'. Q 1 erect, prO GOD STYLES. I I • I,ELROY, DICKSON & CO. WHOLESALE rorvsr aoo]Ds3, 454 L WOOD STREET r 0 0 06 g 3b Ok 13 • ° a fr 4 E I 0 ri Q. E' ;14 fi g a Ti 12: 0 1 E ; 1 62 F . H 41 tZ COM c721:1. 43 pi 0 1 .1 4 „ 1 , 1 0 iz2 I 0 Pi /21 r-I 41, ik P4o. HOLIDAY PEES} TS, • AND WHERE TO BET THEM. - J. NI: BURCEEFICLO & CO., 52 ST. CLAIR STREET; Have just opened a a beautiful assortment of . DRESS GOODS, • Suitable for useful preeests. which they are selling at lower prices than can be found In the city. POPLINS. DELAINES, SlblEct. ALPACAS, MERINOS. SILKS, • CLOAKING CLOVES, • PLAIDYaLAW LWL,S, Table Linens. Napkins. Towels, Linen and Cam bric Handkerchiefs for Ladles and Gente. Every description of DRY GOODS et lowest east. ern price,e. • NO. CI St. Clair, near. _Liberty St. del • • 87. MARKET STREET . & T. NEW GOODS ! WATERPR.OOI—aII oolors and qualities. CABSEKERES—for Men's and Boys' Wear. . LADIES , CLOAKINCIB—Large assortment. FRENCH AND ENGLISH MDEM: IRISH POPLIN-111.00 per yard: VELODS-POPLLEB. . - - - BILK POPLINS. - PALEIDILi: CLOTH—for Suits. • - BLACKBICILIAN LiJBTREB. BLACK AND - COLORED IMPEEBIS CLOTHS— Large *inlets , . VELVETEENS—for Suits. ELECTRIC CLOTHS. Large assortment of PLAIDS. Fulletciak of DRESS GOODS, at Lowest Eastern Prices. THEODORE E PHILLIPS', 87 MARE ET STREET. 168:•••••••••••• ................,. . NEW GOODS. NEW ,ALP4CCAS. NEW MOHAIR. BLACK. SILKS., HOSIERY and GLOVES ,! SOUCTY, , 16 eir No. 168 Wile Street. ja C4IIB, McCANIOLBSS ar; ,J (Late Wilson, Carr di C 0..) WHOLIIWAL DNALENB IN Foteign and , lioniestit Dry (koods, No. 94 WOOD MEET. , Ttdrd door above Dlaidoad - prrrEastrzoß.A.A. LITHOGRAPHER & - - SICSJAKIN BINGESIT PH1141701.1111. SINGERLY & CLEF% Successon to Gno. T. Eicticomerae & Ca ' PRACTICAL LITROGRAPERRIL The ()illy Steam Lithographic Establishment West of the monntatue. - Business (lards. Letter Heeds.. Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards,. DiplOmaa. Portraits, awe. Oertineates of Dep0.14% lavt eml, La., Nos. and 1* Tnlm !Urea. l'Aststrursj, • A NNUAL REDUCTION. 54. OUR REGULAR DECEMBER CLE : . I:IA.LE la now Daly Inaugurated, at prim: th Cure BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER FORD, in • C.d&IMPE7L'S, OIL CLOTHS, MATTIN &c., Opodearpets foi. 25 cents a I OLIVER At'OLINTOCK. AND COMPA No. 23 Fifth-Street. inor)ucrrioN CARPETS, OIL cr_icer cfco.l irfcc:,. We offer our stock at re prices for a SHOUT TINE commencing to take Now is the time to:buy. BOVARD, ROSE dc 2F FIFTH AVENUE. de4:darw7 DECFMBER, 1868. SOS i, THI4TY DAYS CARPETS AT RE LESS THAN WHOLESAL E We offer FOB A FEW WEEK our goods at a large reduction fro' kr rates. Our stock is full and ,/ in all departments, and we s best qualities and styles of Carpe K at prL ces at which we cannot - rep e them, giving our customers an oppolunity of obtaining bargitins that may ne er be of fered again. This special sale ill con• thine only until the time of takhi. our an• naal inventory of stock at the e dof this month. McFARLAIID & ,CO IS, Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth k del TAKING ST PEES or GREATLY REDU Our Stock i 8 now sinus and wellasserted in every We offer great ind buy now. WCALLMIBROT 51 FIFTH AVE no3o DRUGS AND , OR EM BIAECTIC SEMLER CO An WVMir remedy for Summer Coin rhea, Dy_sentery , Vomiting, our Cholera Nortrets. DR. IllitßlS' CRAP A specific fin' Cholera. Cramps and Eitosnecifi, ter sale by - HAMM Corner of Liberty and Wa J. SCHOONIKAKER & 8 PUB WHITE . AND DicCOIPS ♦ERDITER The only green paint tbat will not fl exposure. It Will look bettex, last ton' more perfect satisfaction than any market 4 .1 EMI I TM WEST ;COMMON, machine Stone IF , Northwest corner of West Comm NUICIVIL A.TVATEIS Have on hand or prepare on show. and step Stones; - Vika for Side 'Vaults, 'do. Head and Tomb Stones Urger, promptly tlitCntede ' • Cr. Ee - I BE. EZZI need fore !tock. NLY. ; I II ICES. II rep. mplete sell the emte. CH. FE MI y large inc. UM. 'AIM, DLit:- .mach sad CURE !ffli Streets, A.GIENTS F 0: ffEl !!!!E teriorate er and gin in STONE EIII Allegheny. 00.- notice Reartb Atka.' Ihrmate .14. zownible ORT PITT F~ LUMBER COMPANY, CAPITAL - - $1251000, Sssorreny—T.rmerrr—EDWAßDlGHT. DITHREDGE. ci. WR durzaurzzaDENTA--EDW. DAVISON. DIIIZCTOIIB Edward Davison, L. F. Duncan, John Mellon, E. 1). Dithrldge, Duo. W. DlUccidiet L. Malone, Johnston. AfirLITMBECEC YARD--Corner of EM BUTLER AND LUMBER STREVE- NINTH WARD. OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS WORKS, itasili n Street. • iaXI:Re IirIIBER2 Lumnamt: LUMBER . • 'ma PaTTERSON Dealer, in all Binds of Lumber, ONSAND AND FOR SALE • i L 000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards; , 150.000 feet 1% and 2 inch Clear Plank; - 30,000 feet Dry 13 5 Mal Common Plan k; 30,000 feet Dry 1 and SI hien Oak: 25,000 feet Dry 2, 23 -and -- 3 inch Ash,' . - 5,000 feet Dry 2. gh, 31n. Cherry& Maple 30,000 feet Pry I,lh, 2 and 3 inch rogikr: 10,000 feet Dry Poplar Scantling; 250.000 feet Betalock Joists and Scanting: 750,000 No. 1 IS-inch Shingles, sawed;. 250,000 No. 116-inch Shingles, sawed; 40,000 No. 116-Inch Shingles, gaited; ' *O,OOO Fire Brick; • . 1,000 Fire Tile. 100 •Tons Fire Clay; • YARDS—No. SO , PREBLE STREET. foimer' Manchester and 157 REBECCA STREET, Ingle site the eas Works, Allegheny City. nag El WINES. .LIQUORS, But PITTSBURGH WORM lINSE UM SCHMIDT & FRIDAY: IKPORTEBS OF. FOREIGN. ONLY WINES AND. LIQUORS, 2tro. 409 Penn Street, Pittsburgh Would direct the attention of the public to the fats that; txr searing supersor facilities through severe large 'Wine and Liquor Houses in Europe, ant ae.their importations direct, they are enablec teen? the various grades of choice WINES ANL = OBS at prices less than Eastern rates. Ex rims of qualities and comparison of prica respectfully ealicited. A choice assortmeut of pare OLD RYE WEIS KEY constantiv on hand . . • JOSEPH. FINCH & w Nos. 11115. 187i189,191. 198 and 195, IFINST snurirz.nrrsinnaeit, DIANIVIMUAMnia OF . Copper DWllled Pare Bye Whiskey Aleo, dealers In Tosiracat and LIQUORS HORS, . rati.28..n53 GROCERIES. WilL MILLER, (Late Hiller & Bleketson,) Nos. 221 AND 228, Corner Liberty and Irwin Streets 8 to Offerto the trade at Low Figures: • 150 pkgs. of NEW MACKEREL, In Wrelt halves, uarters and kits. • . 100 chests cbolce. YOUNG RTION, JAPAI and IMPERIAL TEAS. 50 'acts choice RANGOON RICE. la 25 bbLs. choice CAROLINA RICE. 75 bbls.' LONG ISLAND SYRUP. , . 50 bbls. SYRUP choke brands. ' 100 bbls. N. O. MOLASSES... • , .- 50 bbls. BERMUDA MOLASSES. 200 bbls. REFINED SUGAR. • 75 hhds. , PORTO RICO, 01311 A. and DEKA _ RABA SUGARS. MOO bags RIO COFFEE. bags JAVAand LAGUATRA COFFEE& ..100 cases IMPORTED CLARET. 230 cases MOW A-- GRANDGNII :CRAM PAGNE WPNES. SCOTCH. ALE and LONDON ' PORTER "Co &tautly on hand:- riatti.T.lzEßs. oli,e;nre-evenire.rel 1710 WHEAT GROWERS. • . - • I ELlBElCk;#lllll4oiLill'a BONS, SUPER-PIiOSPILLTE OP B ANULI C TUBEDBY The Allegheny Fertilizer Col SEWARD 04 CAMPBELL, I PROPREFITOI43, Ogee, 856 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, P . . The best WertilLtes in use, and recognized y Farmers who have given lea trial, to bethe stan and for raising large crops of Wheat, Eye,oa Corn, Pota toes , dc. We have published for Bra t itons circulation &pamphlet containing interest and valuable statements of this Fertiliser, copies which will be sent free to tiny sending us their ac - . EIEN, WEIGHTS AND MEWS e' • seamy of Welgida and Moues, No. , * roman nunrr.--- • (Between Ilbeity ana likeet7 streety. Ordersoroioutly attends/ to. wit? -/FAIR ILND PERFUMERY. CNN - PECS Ornamental Rau wo AND ereremal, No. 13 street ny mi l l gmithrleld; Pittsburgh. Always on Asseneral Issormsent of • WIGS, BANIA uGhei Gentlemen's WIGB,_TS plum fgagypn, slump OHAING L .BBAUGL.= C. A s n t. good War MIA Wlll be Wen sA ~ r Ladies' sand Gentlemen's itaii_criwair nand Übe neatest manner. . mums, -mtcamars.7 QAIL & MOSER, WE= HOtifitABESOCIATION BUILDINGS; NO•3 . `, And ik Obits Street, Pittsburgh , Pa. Elpeoli.. 3 - .11*ILthhi — gty 4 en to the designing COTTRT TTOUSES sad PTTRT.IIII IIITILDTR4:01 t. FREs° ASPARAG rmetteelly US -- VER sestet inn WE: put up Iticane he:a and terfleund eqUel to that fresh from the ga-:; den. for Ante by , • JOHN A. RENSHAW, (Lea 4 comer lacrt: au.2 kiaTA strettO I MI I= 1830.