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SATURDAY. SIORNDTG ...VGr. 14. 1883
SFXDAY Rualaut.—For an interesting
opitome of the Religions intelligence of the
week, carefully prepared for the ClA:urn,
goo fourth page.
East Tennessee—The Southwest.
The recent dispatches from East Tennes
see do not show that the rebels have been
able to follow up their boasts by any deeds of
azalarming kind. A week ago we wore read
ing in their papers that Beassum at least,
If not Gaitirr also, would be brushed off the
hills!, and phased through the valleys, of
Tennessee, by BRA 410, or Les, or somebody
elec. But the boastful programme still
stands with no part of it performed, or even
attempted, except when they surprised en
advanco post at Rogersville, in overwhelm
ing numbers, and captured GOO men and
a few guns. Rogersville is about fifty miles
northeast from Knoxsville. Our present
Remote held by BrIINOIDE on Wednesday,
extends from Washington, on the Tennes
see river, below Knoxville, and forty miles
from .Chattanooga to Bull's Gap, on the
East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad,
forty five miles northwest of Knoxville, and
about fifteen miles south of Rogersville. A
largo force is said to be moving against
General Burinsion, but ho is prepared.
Iltnicsmu has captured 1.600 prisoners minas
he entered East Tennessee, exclusive of the
garrison at Cumberland Gap, Po that not
withitanding their recent enecess at Rog
ersville, we have a heavy balance of pris
oners still Hi our, favor, as the result of the
operations so far, in that region.
But we observe that many of the rebel
papers, oven in Rich:non.% are beginning to
be doleful in their tones, when they speak
of their prospects in the Southwest, MILLOY
can, and ought to, prevent LEE's Virginia
army from going to Tennessee, to reinforce
the rebalarmy there,—and if be does, Bans_
ems is safe enough in the friendly country
he now occupies, againft any forco that the
rebel general who has to hold ORAIrr in
cheek, or at least has tho duty imposed on
him of trying to do so, can venture to de-
The recent news from New Orleans has
been interpreted to mean that Oen. - Swami
has led a formidable expedition to some
point on the coast of Texas, but afterall the
eircumstancee are considered, if one mind
directs the operations of our armies, sothat
the several points of attack chosen may
have a just rotation to one another, each
contributing it+ quota to the general result,
we do not think that any trans-Mississippi
point would at all meet the conditions of
the case—and therefore, in spite of some
appearance of evidence to the contrary, we
• shall prefer to entertain the lope, that the
expedition will turn up at Mobilo, or some
other practical point of the coast, east of
Improvement of the Ohio River.
There probably never was a time_ when the
necessity for some artificial improvement of
the Ohio river, sufficient to render it navigable
through periods of low water, was more se
riously felt than new. Winter is rapidly ap-
A . ..reaching ; coal is yelling in Cincinnati and
Louisville at 90 omits per bushel, the stocks
being exhatuted, while millions of bushel s are
here ready loaded into boats and barges
awaiting "the moring of the water,' and
should winter set in without rain sufficient
to give water enough w doat this coal to mar
ket, much suffering and Incalculable loss must
But tho coal trade is but one of many mit
interests that are suffering from the suspen
sion of navigation. It is needless, however,
to specify these in detail, as everybody knows
them and many feel them severely.
.Bight.years ago, two or three oommunica
tban this subject were addressed by Mr.
COPIST to tho Board of Trade of this city, and
published in pampnlot form, by order of that
'hOdy. The facts and arguments therein pre
minted, relative to the improvement of
important river, attracted much attention at
the time, but the enterprise met with opposi
tion from men who ought not to have opposed
It, and who opposed it with arguments more
talon: than sound. Its advocates oared not
to urge It any further at that time, leaving
farther experience to demonstrate the ne-
Cessity of the work, and to vindicato the cor
rectness of their views. We think the re-pub-
Liaation of these communications, at the
present time, when this important subject is
again attracting attention, will serve a good
purpose, and wo
.therefore present the Cyst
one to our readers to-day, and hope to give
the two remaining ones on Monday.
INFROrmetrr or Tar OHIO ilyza.
/100101 OF tin Prnsacaon Bocce or TRADE. I
January 4, 1856.
At a meeting of the Board this day, the fol
lowing communication was road. After a dis
cussion of the view, of the writer, it was
ordered that if, be pablinhed la the paper s the city, and also in pamphlet form, with
the former pamphlet by the same writer ap
Garrxxxxs : In a communication which I
had; the honor to make to your Board in
Nerd last, and which you were pleased to
publish hi pamphlet form (a eopy-of which is
hereunto appended to obviate repetition,) I
Ventured to point out particularly, and some
solosfuly, the n
itmod lmproving the Ohio
fect a channel of communication -as It is
praiticable to make it, In doing eo, I of f ered
nothingnovel, nor suggested any untried ex
periments, hut eimply followed the lights of
safe andemecessful experience; pointing to the
Monongahela slaetwater as modetr—perhaps
to be improved upon • little, bat stilia model
—which it w,onldhe safe and expedient to fol
low in the magnificent enterpFieu you have in
eintemplation. I pointed to tbst modest im
provement, of which the world hears but lit
tle, but wlaich is nevertheless a noble zoonu
moot otthe enterprise of your city, and is si
lently and unobtrusively shedding its berm•
dts not only upon year city, but upon the eh
tire valley of the Ohio, and Las converted the
shores 'of the Monongahela almost into one
Never was one ofunexampled drought.
- before wee the neeessity of 60 con
templated improvement more keenly or pain
(idly felt. Your warehonsos groaned ander the
.atteuysnlated stooks, while the in-
&au? of o city languished for waist of Its
indisPonsable 'Manias, money. gen of en
imprise found it extremely dircult to bear up
trader the constantly [hemming weight of their
responsibilities, while the poor were reduced
to utter poverty, and many were fur tho first
' time—and may we not hope for the last ?
compelled to ask alma of their more favored
brethren. The hearts of all sickened with
hope deferred, while looking and longing day
after day, and week after week, for waxer.
These mdamities—and enmity the distress as
is immioned by so serious an interruption in the
. .....smitoseaty• - buiiness. of. a great 'community,
• warrant the use of that strong word—these
calamities Inspired en earnest and wide spread
dash* for an improvement of this great river,
twos which we Mid we are codependent, so as
: - 10 render it &permanent end reliable avenue '
of commerce.Yocr Board was among the Arta
::toitet;lind now:Yon are able to congratulate
your Immediate. fellow-citizens and the coon-
at large upon - ,the tact that the good work
Is bigan; that the nocossuy Intention on the
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pan of Pennsylvania has been obtained, and
eftstantl 'beaks for
,the subspirattu.of stock are
foperied.'l Ulf hapPy, MoreOvor, Wilting able
to state.lbat tholood, olde.well tried mode of
imProvieig.Lthe fiver hy a sYsteruar Dams and
f tion, Lo okstaesedvoCated in iferforoterhomrannica
is the one that meets .with almost unani
mous approval; and that there is a good wes
t pect that that Important question 'will be
speedily and satisfactorily settled.
Itis remarkable that the dry year of 1864
eLoold be immediately followed by one that
will be long remembered for its opposite char
acter. kraquent and copious rains have kept
the river sufficiently full for good navigation
for ten conseentfre' month's. Pittsburgh has
censequentl,y bad a season of steady, !minter
minted prosperity; and an amount of com
motto has floated upon the Oltiooiver for be
yond all precedent. I have not the statistics
before me, but I have often visited your levee
during the past season, and witnessed the
busy seep(, there. One fact alone affords a
stronger argument in support of the policy of
rendering the Ohio (permanently navigable,
than volumes of abstract reasoning could do ;
it Is, that the increase of receipts of the Penn
sylvadia Central Railroad for 1855, over thole
of 1854 was MeS4 ibmbeg fAossumd dollars
This enormous advance is almost solely at?
tributablo to the fact that the Ohio was per
manently navigable during the part season. if
one single toidtyst was benefltted to snob an
extent, it surely would not be an extravagant
estimate to set down the aggregate value of
the benefits arising from the unexampled
navigation of 1855 at an amount ayilicient to
improve the entire river in the rood, proposed
—say ten Millions of dollars. Such seasons as
the two last are equally unusual. So severe a
drought as that of 1854 may not occur again
for a century; neither may such °olden@ and
frequent rains as those of 1855 be experionoed
in the life time of any new living. The ono
taught us the inestimable value of this river,
by its failure to afford its wonted facilities;
the other chewed no what could be done spun
it, were those facilities uninterrupted. True,
many thousands of tons of Merchandise were
doubtless sent through other channels, which
would have been sent by this river, but for
tear of its ordinary peiiodlcal failure; still
enough has been realized to afford some idea
of the vastness of the trade, wore it rendered
In the discussion of so gigantic and far
reaching an enterprise, many and diverse ele
ments enter Into the question of profit and
lou. Assuming the cost of the work at ten
millions, and that is probably high enough,
for it gives 8200,000 for each dam with its ac
companying locks,—we must set that sum
down on the debit side, and then eastabout for
items to set on tho opposite side.
1. Tolis.—These ought to be very low—so
low as scarcely . to be felt as a tax upon the
Centmeree of the river; yet so enormous le, or
rather will be, that commerce, that the aggre
gate sum realised, will be sufficient to keep
the work in repair, defray working expenses,
and pay satisfactory dividends to the stook
holders. The Monongahela Navigation Com
pany, with nothing but a local trade, and
with a tariff of rates so lew as to oilcuce all
complaint, divided in 1854 nine per:cent. Var.
ing the past year the company have been en
gaged in constneeticig two additional dams
am locks, which will extend their work 28
miles above Browniville. The nett earnings
for 185.5 were more than ten per our t. upon
the cost of the finizbed portion of the work ;
but owing to a large increase of stock upon
which dividends were paid, hunted on account
of the above mentioned extension, the de
clared dividend! wyro only eight per cent. ;
but a reserve of more than one per cont. was
retained. This id safe and good data upon I
which to proceed. I
2. Water Poirer.—This is an item Upon 1 jr - "SIGNAL CORI'S. U. o. A. —A lie
which little or nothing has bcci said; but it i , -"Y.9 . ' molting eta Don far this Otto-tare branch ~.:
is one of incalculable importance. Lace dam ;
8 O ft rt= 7 ,l'.. - . b7thoetz:
will raise the water in the peel above from - meet desirable,
to 9 feet higher than that in the pool below— and one (hot may not again be offer:d
a good working fall. As to the
a For further tortirulan Monne at llocruiiing b:,.-
. water, all that need he said abbot it lion, No. 26 Fifth street, Pittsburgh.
Limit_ .. J B. DUFF,
Is, that there will be Mitre than 'our can be 0011,0,0
used. Between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, I ---"------
this surplus water may be used thirty- , Arsd 1 P - 1 7 711) i 4 TUDEN TS AND' LOVERS
times, that being tho number of dams required I" ` v or CIIOIICH MUSIC.—Tbe wets-knoon
, composer Mr. JOHN ZUNDEL, Limantst and In
to overcome the fall in those 452 miles.
rector ot ic of Hoerr Ward Beech e Church,
At every dam a canal may be carried along 1 New York el Mus :l 512 ft this - city during the er
the margin of the pool below, of any desired to give a short mum of instruction in Ilmmony, thn
length, and the water let out at stipulated ' Oman or Nelodeott and Chorus Sng. cooureted
rates to all who may choose t o to te ft.. 1, with publlc c rlirmances ou th Organ, and Sacred
done with the 'water of the Schuylkill, at C. C. . c e ,7t ru ot. ' to, ;`..to„,etor'eoureetingft"tr:l4::„;,.' r 37 , 1 , ". „ ` „, h o .
Mattayunk, near Philadelphia. When we re- I C. C Bello .
o , 3l2:tDerB
fleet upon the great length of the river, the I r „..., ------- '—:------------------
fertility and wealth of the region through t(1 - COLLEcroit s .NuTICE.—Th e
which it flows, together with the fact that this ;
.Aonnal A/mammon,. List, for 1065, 000L,sinim
power is In the best possible locations for tho I r,l" n pr eo m r,:', B ,l,'YZ, l 1.1..!..at."4.. ',";:;;;.'AT 0 -, ; it,F u g . ..,° .
enjoyment of commercial facilities, it must I Comprising tha:t portion a Allegheny comity Math
strike every mind that here is an interest alas Ailett 'Ur ami Obi. , rivers. hos taco remirod
-.led of rery great value—one shot ill from the .."
Parmuuts for tae First met, comprisi t
go far toworde remunerating the stockhold- the jet, 2d, M. lth, 50, sod eta Wants of Pitts
or* for their outlay, as well as add immensely se,,h, aLd the adjacent Boroughs, mum bo the at
both to the trade of the river, and the gen
! my otter, No. G 7 r.rth that,
oral prooperity and well. being of theeountry. I LAY OD DECEEBED NEXT, alter wh thus ire
3. -theantoges horlividemt Extf r, Prescrib ed by ths law trill be exacted.
Enekonecinent of dm votee Of Rea Emata.—l lat s. of the 7.thei,ll.l:l,oc.mtrr,
have heard it estimated that were the propor- j Deputy collectors. Joani
ty - holdars,'manufaeturers and badness men of conector Penna. District,
Otter, No. 07 Fourth street.
Pittabtirgh to do the entire work thenmelres, I
Pittsburgh, Nor. C, 1863. n07:20r
they would make money by the operation, eo j
great would be the effect upon their belittles*
and property. This may be an exaggerati
view; but certainly the effect of this improve
meat upon this city would be very importan
To Cinoiooiati, Its collateral value would I
greater still; for =doe, the relative. impor
ante of the Ohio river can be maintained
an avenue of trade, that city is in danger
booing her commercial supremacy In the grm
region of which she is now the centre. Th
railroads to the ncrti, of her will draw off n I
!teal] amount of the trade which hoo mad,
her what she is, ante.. the navigation of the
Ohio ran he to improved as to coun tervail the
effect of its powerful oY.ircial rivets, and be
restored to km long standing, but now enean
gored supremacy. And what Is thee of Cin
cinnati, Is more or lees true of every city and
town on the river.
But the cities are not alone interested. The
entire region through which the river flows
would ho greatly enhanned in •rilt , by the
proposed improvethent Let any one look at
_valley of the. Monongahela who wishes to
see the advantages of each an improvement
as the one in contemplation. The Ohl. , se, in
round autukcrs ' one thousand miles long. Let
us assume that the value of land on each side,
to the distance of ton miles, will be enhanced
toan average amount of one•doliar per acre,
would amount to a
meet of $12,800,000.n aggregate enhance
d. iff‘ni upon the vales of &Miro.," Stock.—
We have already seen that the increase of
this year's receipts on the Pennsylvania Rail
road were $800;000 °vet last year. Give tale
uninterrupted navigation of the Ohio during
the past season credit for two-thirde of that
increase, and We have $53.1,000, being almost
equal to six per cont. Interest en the estimated
tested' the proposed improvement. Add to
this the effect upon the Baltimore and Ohio
Road, the Bennettsville Road, the Allegheny
Valley Road, and in short all the roads that
hare been made or can be . made between this
river and the seaboard, and we pereeive that
it Is great enough to render it good policy in
those companies to make tho improvement
themselves, provided it could not otherwise
be accomplished, for they may reef assured,
that wore the river rendered permanently nar
igable In the manner proposed, it would carry
more freight totheir western !termini than they
will be able to earl y away; and bear off from
them more than they can bring.
6. d Donation from (110176.4zne1it.-4t least
two-thirds of the American
ested In the navigation of the Ohio. Its Im
provement, therefore, is truly a national
work, and as snob, the company Pacing it in
charge may confidently ark of Congress a do
nation equal at tenet to one-third of the cost
of the work. Thie would have the effect of
inspiring emsfidenee, and Ultimately of lower
ing the tolls without affecting the dividends.
If Judiciously managed in eta constmetion
and working, this improvement cannot fail to
be a profitable enteipriso to the stockholders.
Its cost will be only Rhone one-half that of
an ordinary canal of equal length, while its
capacity will be at least ton-fold. It will un
questionably be erowdedivith business. Row
then can it fail to pay, oven though its Wes
of charges should be only one -tenth the
amount of those unitised upon the New York
and Erie canal ? Oa that canal onalockage
will pass say forty tons, while on the Ohio, one
lockage will pass bye hundred tans. This is
where the vast advantage of this navigation
will lie;_ and this/ is what will cause very low
rate, of charges tp roll up a tarp aggregat e
revenue. To this may be added the reweacies
arising from the lases of water power ; and,
together they !tan hardly All to render the
stook amongst the beet in the country.
It would perhaps be well to licitit the divi
dends arising from tone; but let those arising
from the lease of water-privileges ber =dim-
Red. To that end, separate and distinct se;
counts should he kept. The more leases the
company can dispose of the better for them
selves and better for the country. •
In ?law of these facts and considerations:.
may we not confidently hopithist the required:.
ammarikofitook will be taken as soon as the
riocessarrlogislation in Virginle,-Ohjoe gen.
tacky, Indian, and /Ring& out be Obtaied,
anti irfaikjip*td,tociiimplagnia as rapidly
it proper regard fur efficiency and perma
c M iii imerdiemenkanidisrueeeirdlook i f
entespriltile now iteditairlagerfl'.on .2 hands
tdbe ei i* ti. t t f=hattfelonid it be dd . ,
Ewer for the present, femyeareilAnotelaPie
before it will be frit re be aneeessity, absoiotely
inifispensr-tle t . the continued prosperity and
; relative standing these river - cities, and
osrially so to the commercsi„of the country.
It is only avocation of time; and to put it off
for a few years may cost the groat manfactur-
;ing and mercantile oommunities located on its
banks five fold niers, in the loss or business
than would be required to constreet it in the I
most solid and durable manner. And, after
iniffering that loss, after demonstrating by
very cosily experienee the indiwensabl e
eessity of the work, they would be obliged, by
the sheer force of circumstances, to undertake
it and carry it through. How teueli better to I
undertake it at once, and posh it .ffirward vig
orously, for be assured that nothing would so
enhance the value of property, stimulate be
airless; attract capital, and canoe universal
prosperity, as the certain prospect that in three I
or four years the Ohio river should be ren- I
dered permanently navigable.
To you, gentlemen, belongs the honor of
taking the lead in this grand enterprise, and
no city in the Union is more deeply inter
; ested in it than years. You have enjoyed
Loveland long continued prosperity, and you
owe no swab. part of your groat success to
this noble river. To render it still more
perfect, to keep it up with the wonderful
progress of the age, to enable it to main
tain its ancient supremacy as the great ven
tral thoroughfare of the country, it demands
from the.e It has enriched a eompanttively
small expenditure—an amount so small, when
compared with the immense interests to be
affooted, and with the number and wealth of
the people whose welfare is to he promoted
by it, that its payment will never bo felt.
Twenty millions of people are interested in it,
and but ton millious of dollars are required.
Indeed it is difficult to realise the easy nature
of the enterprise, or that so magnificent a
work can be accomplished at so small an ex
pense. Tae task you hare undertaken is :a
glorious one, but it cannot be difficult.
Very respectfully yours, &0.,
Armstrong County, Jan. 1, 1656.
U.TITE CONSECRATION OF ST
ther notiJAMES' CRUID ce 3II poa
be tponed until far-
ce. The servis trill as
ANDREWS' CHIJECR, on SUNDAY .
'DISCIPLES OF CHRIST, Aux.
GUM CITY, ELDER JOSEPH SING, Pastor,
moot to EXCELSIOR HALL, euruer of Federal wad
Lescock streets. Preachlog wows LORD'S DAY, at
lar% ,- EvVslyed. - +,.Ppr'ugli'e 3 ar 1 70 oct " %lo1 1 1 •E ' D.
ettod. Jr_ .1.
g, -,•• ,, THE
. FIRST CONGREGATION
or DISCIPLES, of Pittsburgh. mee sted
ly, lc the 1 / 1 011 CPI] COLLEGE BUILI t i at INGS,
corner of Penn and St. Cla• r etelsets. Preaching
LORD'S DAT—Mooting and Evening—at the usual
boars. Sunday School at 23,4 o'clock p. tn. Prayer
Meeting every WI:DNESDAT EVENING. The
public are reepactlklly luvlt.d . nole:It
Erdrr_A MINING ('OIIrArIr Or I ViICNIOI i , )
PittePt ft , t, 12th, Ion"
E -7•A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS of the Eureka Mining
' .. .avapuiy of 911chltran wilt be le.ld at the 0112 rt. of
Hanna, Bart & Co., In .Pitteburqh, on L Pa T.
Bth day of Decemletr, 1863, at 9 o clock a. to., to art
on o proporllit, to men the property of the Compat:.
and far the alteration of :P. , Hy • I no,
n01.1.3t ISAAC M. I'LIiNuCK, Preeident
za ! ~ , ..J E.i7. 7,71. ..7 .--1 1E., --- srr
tad I " 4 7 L. ". ! in . _____
re-' TALLOW OIL-10 bble. to arrive and
tit. &rosin by ISAIAH DIOR YAt CO.
be • A PPLES--200 bbls. chaise itet4iVOtil
et. ill aod for cols by •JB. PA VFIELD. _
:; 1 s—fitifkkrtliotitogi;..L2,:sli,l...s,,,
1 ....7 Saar Potatoes Jut me,v,•4 and for oole at 11' h to and Curet- /'RANK VAN Ct/RSE/1.
3: i :CrZlatal , . KING_ j
I f. rccel,d and for sale by
seta JAMES DOWN. 136 Wood rtroot.
to 1 4—„..-,,,,-_--___
le i 1/1 BBLS7FaNT lin - sr-NI- ;
e I I-V r, Ltl4. Corn Grits;
,_ l ln Mere And for aalo of 1.. , H. 4 , 7 , 7 k CO.
BASKET WILLOW:S.-30 i.4ls. en
d I .1.4 tocky Basket Willoa • 1.• arrire by rail, for pole
! bY !SALAD DIC`KEY It CO.
0 1 L ARD OIL. -12 bblp. No. I Winter
1 I Lard 011 In store and for as& by .
ISAIAH LOC NEI rir tn.
1 I POCKET AND TABLE CUPLEHY Q,
floe assortromn. for Bale by
0c24 JANIND DOWN, DM Wood attest.
--- PI'LE ' I—barrel; ----Ita - - Ne
la. 110 '
for sale b Tff
o ___________if r
te mnr H. GUNS.
now landing from realm/x.l can, for sels by
ISAIAH DICY k l'n.
S ALT I tM_LT I --Orders solicited for
it, by W.. 51. P. BECK & CO.,
see wbotssits Groom, 185 Lib.rty wad.
ATI, r l lfikkts ---- , for Crude ea - RefitTO/
N., 051, for sale by JAB. DALZELL & BON,
Pa/ 09 and 70 Water street.
-4 mired, a lot: of choice cultivated Cranberries,
ibr tale by the quart or bushel, at the Family Grocery
Slum of JOHN A. RENSHAW.
bze. Western Reserve
. do Hamburg;
100 dof Losbon;
In atom and Mr We by 7. B. CANFIELD.
filid—PEBl (MAPES !-- boxes
A..A Catawba Ornmos, put op espreasly (or Gutsily
winter um, for ode by
no/ CHL_P A SHEPARD, 343 Lltwrty street.
LIUM WA(I4IN-----,iBr, Anti:
.Battles, for Hoggloo, Jug rocetred and for gole
at tbo India nubb.fr Depot of
J. & B: PITILLIIII,
._,, 26 and Di Bt. Clair
Par tile by 111111 X H. co LLIIO
Gri - ,ase ;
To waive on nßamer A tbni o tic ße .nd p for rale by
rtoll IOA lAH DICKEY r CO.
.F1!(---;----Tit Atil•.BllAßboa DilLetin.eLilttort.
!dastard and Coleman's k DAM , if t....tart , l .ii tfi l by
noll corner Lila rty and Band streets
/AU BELTIN(4 PACKING, HOSE,
iargel..A and GAeKETS, of all sire. and Meknes, A
supply Jut received and for sale at the India
tubber Depot of
risk J. A 11. PHILLIPS,
Noe 26 and 28 tit Clair street .
MSS PORK ! -- 411ES8 ro ------ 71 ------- --( l ___ l,wo
kbi Mass Pork In store and for sale by
McDONALD di ARBUCKLE
Wholesale Grocers, Prodnco A Coin Merchant.,
242 and 214 Murky street
tjAlliAN'S MAGNOLIA .RM,,jkt an d
xi. /Amp% BLOOM Ol? YOUTH, the ealy per
fact and sellable articles now fa ass for beautify)
and preserving the eoraploxfoa, for sale at ng
OEO. A. KELLY'S Central Dreg gears,
nob 'outer Ohio and Tedaral streets.
0/ Market Mouse Alinzbny.
I SP.4.).ED 311. ---- Net t :f i i:irA.Tinr-
Jletrunt, pat u ar p
to glue Ant o f of r
firkins lar Ihmtly use,
or foetal, by the pound, in bulk, at the lowolt Prico,
arbalerals or retail, at the Verolly Grocery Stare of
JOHN A. RENSHAW,
1.......... ,___P01l , (kaxt
tra sr__ElbartY sod Hood streets.
FROPIitY •AND REVE
STAMPS, of all denomlnatiotte. A full eupply
kept conetantiz on hand, at the Internal Rennin.
Mace, No. 67 Water street, nut doe. to City Trees
Iny, Allegheny. DAVID 2f. winTE.
Collector of Internal Rerenue, 23d Dist.
NOTZ.—lattan Mould be directed to Alleghny,
41111rERTISEMErrs. I . X.E IV .II'D - reltribs:E.yi s :,.iriew.. ..4pcitrisz.mairils...
- poik_BALE—Two;,..43of 41.30-pruk-rs pinsßiAars:A.LmANAo,-$ 4(0)
t lumwxy 1 sgoti --. ' ------------- Al . , wil: plitBATa „ , i - '4
..::,_,.. t y..,)„,,...1 7 ,1e„,,. gtra e n adit l 7,,lth'mal .1,2 --.
V4l. , :,.,
'! 4 ' ' , .. 1 7 d T"' t4 'e irr?,_'''''' , WELL 94 ‘,. '''' ;7:2 l'asce, 111 tustrute t. , [ -.`.
i' , --. ;:,,
A I'013.) TAX DRAFT , ' • •_;•,•
iv,13.4‘ ' - Sint ICmli.i, Fifth Wni 4.
rEtt. i...•• Ly riVE rrN'l , -
BY ENLISTING AT ONCE AT T.
Ilettraea7B and 17 years of agd, olio have some
knowledge of the turning bneinese.
Call at 137 SECONII STRIET
no13:1 f COLLINS & WRIGHT.
TAB persons In the
Eecond Ward, Allegheny, Rho hero not paid
their County, State and Ikenoty Taves to the County
Treasurer for the year 1863, will fi nd me at U.' store of W. J. Olboon, No. let Federal creel., ever,
lug from Gto 8 o'efeck, to receive the taw... They
must be paid immediately, 0.0 no further indulgence
tan be given by cold Treasnrer.
nol7ad JOHN RAILSKY, Coliwtor.,
Primo Inch Flooring boards,
16 feet long, sari°. 1141112 r, for ale by
A_LUABLE SECOYD ST. PROPER
TY AT LOW PRICES.—Twe comfortable three.
story Brick Dwelling Bowes, in good location, be
tween Smithfield and Grant street*, each having a lot
20 feet front by 60 deep, to an alley; ball, parlor, gr.
chambers, bath room, dining room. kitchen, collar
ant yard; gas and water fixture..
k or price and terms apply to
S. CUTHBERT st BONA,
Commercial Brokers, 61 Market at.
NTOTIOE TO CONTRACTOI49.-Pru
-,- ponds will be received by the suidereigmed, at
No. 68 Fifth street, until .NOV.EMBER 17rn,
for the 4radlng. Re paringand Bettie, with Curb-
Ito.. so mock of Penn street a. Hes between the
amusing of tho P. F. W. St C. R. R and a polot 100
fne t wi,st. of Stevenson'e alloy. The proposals will
state how much will be , allowed for the stone and
other materials In the Cana Bridge.
For further particulars enquire of
'WESTEN LANDS FOR SALE OR
EXCHANGE —2,500 acres in lowa, it tracts
varying from 40 to 520 acres. 040110,/ In Michigan,
in tracts varying flout 40 to 320 scree. 2,000 scree
in Mbinosota. 5,000 acres in the *mallet.' part of
court; and AO acres In Indiana. There lands
have been carefully elected, with a tic.' ..4.7 , 4°
their 10.1 04•1111trgeo, 8011, , and will he d
of upon liberal term, for cash, or exchanges! for
property in Allegbony county.
For term., Ac., apply to
G. 5, HATES, 'tommercial Drokor,
Dn•ler street, Lawroncoville.
.11 non considered the hoci Pianos --
made, and are fully warranted for , I
eight years. As to tho reloilre merits uf the Koabu I
Plano., we would refer to the certificates of excel
lence in ourpoese,l on from Thalberg, Goto.chalk,
Strackosch, G. Satter and H. Viensonupts, 6.4 obto
from some of the now dlstlnguthcd profetoora and
IttllittOtlll to lite country, A .11 is rospectfully soli
cited before porChosing elretchert. Persoos or a fits.
lance will please etbd fo• at , muter. For sale at Vac
tory prices hy A RLOTTE lIT, E,
No 43 Fifth envoi,
0014 Selo Agent for Plitelirl t and West. Pa.
UNITED STATE::: GOVERN.IENI'
Of the following important localities
llutern Virginia Prim 7 ,uu.
Tlic Region. of Surat
Carolina .n 4 Tannia,• aa
Lonirlana and DlCialralpid
Charli.stan llarbor di approach,
For We by
t are liAz EQOA in:Dun:en
t.* which for the past seven Tears ham attend
et! TROF. REED'S MAGNUTIC 011. In the alley la-
Hon and cure of pain. emboldyn the ptoprietoe to
state, v.._ 1 el.-Donne contradx t mu,
That It has cured more Elteernyt
That It has cured more Sore Throat,
That It has cured more Neuralgia,
That It h. 4 more Weak Joints,
That It has cured more Olseratal Sorry.
That It has canal more Boras,
That It has corral moro Troetod Frei,
That It has rand more bounce,
That It has remit more Nervous Affections,
That It hew roved more Stiff Joint.,
Than all other Plain Caren., Paln %Wars and Lhai•
mettle combined. For eale by Druggists ovorywheen
SIMON JOHNSTON, Solo Agent,
note Corner Fourth and Smithfield streets.
VERY CHEAT'.—W e have on hand, at
v presont, a very largo and well selected stock of
BODIS .IND snots, which was bought before the
late advance on goods, and we will give our custom
ers the benelln of low pekoe. We i 14.11 the latent and
hunt faellionable style* of Gentlemen's, Ladled,
Misses' Boy n.,
s' and Chlldn'a
BALMORA LA, SUPPERS,
Of every else and description. Call AN andD G
Conntry merchants will lad tt to their advantage
W glee ea a call.
JOS. EL BORLAND,
D 8 M • -
AfiKri STREET, al door from Fifth.
no 7 •
UNIVEREAL CLOTHES WRINGER.
—Read the following opinion ty Orange Judd,
anus Amerika. Aricalteriu, wh o any. of the iilirst
Premium Universal Clothes Wringer":
family ham severa
.cur mon of hudreds wh o hate
used It; and from the n y n
struction of the Implement
itself,—we feel nrtala that it It worthy a plac e In
every family where the washing is done at home. A
chilti ran readily wring one • tubful of clothe. in a
few minutes, his in reality • Clothes Saver 1 a Time
Saver' end a Strength Paver I The taring of gar
ments will alone pay a large percentage on its COW
We think the machine much more than pays for It
selferal ev.iry year to the saving of garments! There are
sev kinds, - nosrly Mika In general ametruction.
but we consider at Important t hat the Wringer be fit
ted with rep, et herwlee a max. of garments nu • e log
the rollers, and the Maier% upon the crank-shalt slip
and tear the clothe.. Our own In one fil the tiro
made, and it is es go.elna s a w after nearly four years'
for WO only at the India Rubber Depot of
J. H. PHILLIPS,
11l anal IS St. Clair Street.
T EETH w, E X tak T e ßA this L . T . E tb D odor l i i2THOL:T ur
friends and the pubic generslfy that wwe are g
prepared to EXTRACT TEETH n ITHOCT PAIN
In the practice of Dennehy. Those who have Mee
postponing this mach dreaded operation may now lay
aside their fears and gin n. a coll , as the apparatus
we have in nee hiss been thoroughly hated doting the
put font years, folly establishing the safe and peln•
hem character of the operation. No Dregs or Ch e w.
tale nor G•lrinla Battery used. All these, wideing
the services of • good and
well to reliable Dentist will do
call and consult with
JAM).. S. KING, D. D, S.,
No. IL2 Pour/ Street,
or, Da. C. SING, No. 47 Smithfield street. Pitt.
NEW - APPLICATION IN DEN
-LI TLSTIIT.—We, the members of
burgh Dental A.ociation," hare wit/pled th the
NITROUS OXIDE GAS,
!Commonly called LAUGHING GAS, for the pain/esti
extraction of teeth. LAIR:RING GAS hot long
been known to tbo world as harmless, and It mast
eventually supersede chloroform and all other a now.
thetic agents. The leading Dentists in therast 'lave
hamming , this Gas for some time, with great success.
C. SUNG, J. D. WHITE.
J. KING, 11. VANDEVOIIT d Sox
C. SILL. M. DEPI:Y,
J. WESTBAY, HULLIIIEN & ORE,
J. ADMITS, J. DOFF3IAN,
11. IddIiCILIVITICII, 11. BAKER,
IL G. GILLESPIE, .1. D. WILLIAMS.
~____ _____ _
F SU IJSCH !BLit, '
John Marsh & Co.'s Soda Ash
cutudautly caviling the mac; Which he .111 eell
00 the most favorable (ems. 'This Ail 111 panful:l
- adapted tu,the manufacture of Glam. ,
C. W. CHUItORITAII,
• 32 SOUTH FRONT MEET, Pbßadolphi
no l . 7 :6mcoil
GENkRAL AG Km. , 6
AUSTIN BALDWII7 it Co.,
72 BROADWAY, N'EW YORK.
Rlmlttanc o s at low roteeon Groat Br!lain, Ireland
Ate. Cheap pomace. from Liverpool or Queenstown.
Packages forwarded to all parts of the world.
WITATAM 1311;GlIA.31, Jr., Agent,
odliSmeact Adam? ExTrelin Office, vieto.rgh
CENTRAL DRUG STORE,
Okla and Federal Ethos, dliegherry,
GEO. A. BELLY, PrePallaVL
BPARIIL/NO SODA WATER.,
PATENT MEDICLNES, Au.
lairPhyalclaue preacrlptlorte carefully oompm.M.
Se& Lyra •
DR. W. F. PUNDENDERfa
reintoorktbe practice of hie prolimaton, at
No. 148 PONEn, two door. below Fitt
Ulf msuon, and-other 'Werke of POTA.
TWA, from New York State:
el , a lot choice APPIAS, of different. k
wens sold by the code ed last ray,;.
329 L11.,-, ty street.
FREE! FREE! FREE! -
JAS. R. REED,
ChMrman Street Oommitt,
HS UPPERS .11' LOW P111(1:8
INKY (}. " I Y (ö.,
Fall and Winter Scock,
lortto tbolr Moods and the publto to examine
their Mork, ',blob LI the float And must complete
over brr,rtght to this market
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
' , r nt
GAYER OF PENN AND BT. CLAIR STREETS
pCIR VIA ---
C)R! MTH AliTo NARK= MEETS,
.d Corlett, over MohanWel. Jewelry Blom)
Of emery Ow sad style. Add or colored, from Ho
I.:Polar Carta da Malta to Cabinet and Ilia air.
Mr. PIIRTIANCE would particularly call the at-
tentlatl of to AGED AND INFIBJE to to easy .e.
°teething of Ude eeteibtl•hment, being reached by •
sluts ohort flight of otatrs Prtan enolorsts, sod
satliaction guarsotord. my2s:lyarawl%
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
GAB AHD STEAM FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves,
And all kinds of fittings for Waists, On And titans
AG r ITATOBS AND TANEN YOB OIL ItYITNE
MS, lined with lead by • IMO' proms.
0c.12 Non. In FORTH STEM'.
- R7f4Tiffii f,
CIANZ AND WOOD 011A1B13
etccrso OPP ♦r acnvc■n PtIOXSS
CSIIO LEBILL2I OR BETA. IL
irt and 09 Third atrnet, moil% Potnandson &
£ll roarth arrai.
p A.TENTED OCTOBER; T 3 -, -1861.
OVAL L.fI.NE.I. CEICID:EN'ITYB
XX FLINT GLASS.
Those Chimneys are intended for the Oat flame,
heating all parte of the g,leee egnalke. dee, not expoee
It to cracking. E. T. DITHRIDGZ.
apt? Wart Pitt Giese Works, Washington street,
_ Pittsburgh, Penna.
HA'N - ARD eAPS I
LADlffig• irtras I
Of ml 7 kiwi and quality.
LADIES' AND DMUS RATS I
DT WHOLUALII AND =TAIL; AT
MdOORD & 004
171 WOOD MEET
WARGO'S MARBLE WORKS,
6 biantlita and mid cisortment cf
• MARBLE MANTELS.
Monuments and Grave Mita.
PLASItS PARIS, aosENDALE Aar) JOBNs.
6/W41:54; . 1,,1
:r Si M'STEEN, Mum Fon-Dims,
u . GU sop Sews lints*. Particular attention
Math. 'AiriltiToPtilift79ll4 IrNatlielret
I 10040 to order. Alas DRABS CASTINGS, or aU
kinds, made at the shortest notice.
ers left at Nos. 3l and 34 IVA TER EITIZET,
liar Liberty. will bo promptly attended to.
The menehers of this firm being praetimilm,
onto* amens yews' axperienci in their businam
will insure to glee maistlietton In livery !upset.
is• ars aut. agents for Guild,. Garrison ,ik Co.'s
STEAM PUMP, for pumping Water. Cry aad a
fined Oils de.
busa:prtmo %It• Edonc
Bo at,. ruspired Sweet Myr;
73 boxes ': E. Ohura;
oata and far ma kat 12.0 &mond stew,
lITANIC VAN Goat=
E Hams just maxim! and tbr tutU at
.TA 'BA-G . . boxes peek
aad IMMO HENRY li. COLLINS.
8ee.,11 to. L y. Cuutalning—
the FAMI mud I
lli Iresting RZADING MATTER for
Needy hundred Fellable Ana Pn,Arable Receipts
for making many of the moot Poputsr PA TInT
RS, PER FIAIRRY, MA Ili DT Se.,
WAR REC ORD.
RE(X)RD OP EVENTN.
ANECDOTES- AND INCIDENTS or ruz GREAT
111 X UNITED STA TM PENSION LAW.
THE UNITED STATES BOUNTY LAW.
TERM DAYS OP TUE VARIOUS COURTS OF
VrESTZP.N PENNSYLVANIA, cr7., cro.
CslcolAtions by Pituartg Luis, A.M., Frio...Val
of Pitt.burgh fligh &has!, and Author of .. Dean's
A New Isatore of this Yumbsr U the TWELVE
SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC.
PRICE ONLY FIVE CENTS
Hafted putt-poJd on receipt of Prim
Off' A Liberal Db...vmakt to D.•lert
JOHN P. HUNT, Publisher,
Maton , c Ilanilfth
AND GET A LIS r OF HlB
PERSONS 81101 LL ALSO CALL AND
SHE THE FINE
Are cow reoelving their
Allrv. on hand, • Lams ossortzoolit of
PEI ("TO GF. U. A.VMS.
JAS. W. WOODWELL.
Of grimy my!.
To molt tartso
230 Dna "hike" Potatoes ;
230 do Buckeye do;
L 0 do: stoke Gran Appl es
lta; and : Mr sal* by .
cum. & sum% ,
u , BO 011 -7 f -7 7ailiS
oarLDßws BOOTS Pea 20 RUM), oil:
eiriabbr - -tuna ntaairr*Co.
U. 8. RECRUITING AGENCY!
9S FoURTH STREET.
TILE 11.../UNTY I 3 ovEr„ FOUR ITUNPItED
500 doz. extra heavy
DOLLAIIS int those- who have the retake
aad.lllltEE lorL Aiw gu for now re
eruits, amounting with the pay, in rase or pa n ywmri Wool BI
$1.5 OR PO A MONTH
With rati tts, alnthing, medical at tond.uce,
GAB OHOOSE HIS REM FrtiT.
I am instructed by the Provost Marshal General
to warn those desirous ofvoltinte‘ring, against
Bogus Recruit Lug Offices.
Enauthotized by the it'. Department. No peria.ns
are authorised by the Provost Marshal ' , General, to
mcruit in this district bin JAMES C. spßort
and CIIARLE,rI W. LEWIS, at in Fourth street,
Pittsburgh. There are, however. offleers of the army
stationed hero, abo nava anth.rity front the War
Department td enlist men. Volunteers should he
certain that partiett attempting to enlist them are
duly authorised. J. HERON FOSTER,
Captain and Piveoet Marshal V..d Dia; Pa.
FAMILY DYE COLORS
PATENTED OCTOBER V., 1,43
Lt. Palm Drub
Tor Dvelng 811 k, Oasis, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Bonnets, Hats,
Feather., Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing, and all
kinds of Wearing Append.
ear A BACIA(i Or an TER CENT. 'NU
Tor 26 cents yen can color as many goods ea would
other-aim most Eve times that Sun, Carious shades
can to , produced from the same dye. The pnicess Is
and any one can use tha dye with perfect
narrows Directions In English, Trench and German,
Imhio of each package.
Tor further Information In Dyeing, and giving a
portnct knowledge what colors are hart adapted to dye
over other., with many valuable recipea) purchase
Howe A Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Coloring.
Bout by troMl on receipt of price—lo rents.
Rau ufactured by BOWE & STETENS,
Tor mils by druggists and ?GO
daalers adway generall!Milton.
Pca uz. 2.30.
Lad ..... .01.
11 AnstuA—....— .01
Having sseepted. the Agency for the aale of the
FrEMPLB CLAY mined Ise. St. Louis, Mo. i in
vite tho attention of Glass and Stool Atioinfer=ren
to the Analvbis given above, as reported by Pros. A.
A. Bap, of Romer, and J. C. Booth, of Philadelphia,
whhh, to:ether with the teat of actual experience by
roam:fart onws to PittSbtlrgh, Cincinnati and Bt.
Louis, &tannin. It to be the parrot and mom =thi
mble Clay now known, whether Foreign or America=
Pots made from It have ewers.' in tae. Glass Formate
from 6ji to 9 =smiths.
The Analysis Is of the Clay as taken from the mine,
without soy washing or preparation whatever. I,
poems.. groat adhesiveness and p/asticity qualities,
which aro not shown by to. Analysis, end which ad
mit of Um mixture of s large proportion of shell or
.( am now prepared to nil order, for the shove Clay
to be shipped from St- Loots or faltered-here.
No. 131 SECOND ISTRIET,
`MED STATES TA 'X'F'S —The an
oval Amassment List, for 190,-cenumtatog
Taxes co incomes, Licensee, Oliver :Plate and Car
riages, in Divisiou No.l of the Twenty-third Collec
tion District of Peon's, comprising that part of Al
legheny county north of the Allegheny and Ohio
has been received, and the undenaigned will
attend at his office, No. S 7 Water etreet, Allegheny,
i,nest door to the City Treamtrer,) either in person
or by Depnty, until SATLILDA the 14th day
Nerrember, for4he purpom of receiving mid Tone,
H. will also attend In pmnson or by Demuj, for the
convenience of Tax Payers, at the following places,
At Torentum, at the house of Hezekiah Tontine,
oo YEIDAY, Nev. 6th, between the homy of 0 a. to.
and 3 p. m. of that day.
At Bakerstown, at the house of lint Mackey, on
TIIZSDAY, the 10th of November, from 8 o'clock a.
in. to 3 o'clock p. m. of that day.
At Sew D ickley, at the store of John Way, on
from 7 to Si o'clock of
THURSAY EVENINGthat. , the
day. I.2th day of Iforeetber,
The ten per ce
nt. and other penalties prewirlbed
the Excise Law, which will be Incurred after the
14th, will be etrictly enforced In all nom
Government e n ds only received.
DAVID N. WHITE,
Collector of the 294 District, Penn's.
w • •-•
=_.:D.-UNION PACIFIC RAIL
. WAY COMP 4WY BONDS, Sarnia Draftee.
(Kamer lhanck ej the Pacific ErriboraL)
As bonds of the above description will probably be
effored for sale In the money 'market, the public is
hereby cautioned against purchaeing, or i any way
I . :mt io iat s lrlfor them, f or the undersigne d.
e h rl: n' o:
use of &aid bonds ; while ►at theeame limo the Statute
Laws of the State of _Sarum g lu e them, under their
contract, a prior lies, to all mortgagee or deeds of
trust which can be executed by told Oampa. At./
Investment In said bonda without authority from
the undendaned, will bo invalid, and will entail •
total loss upon the parties, who shall venture to pur
chase thorn. ROSA 'STEEL & CO.,
Ooatractors for building the Lastrantorth. Pawnee
and Western Railroad, now called the
civic Railway. Eastern Diehl..-moon Union Pa
Neva conitantly on hand a tarts and tbmolilr
seasoned rtock of DECKIND, BOAT ANDISOOId
PLANE, WINDOW IRANI RIDFP, LINTLER,
8171141 ILLS, JOISTS, SPOUTING, LATHER,' PAL.
INOB, de., ko., tc.
Be will Ril ordars RAW= nun. wta
timmptner and at
N. D. Persona wanting LONG TUMID or POP.
LAD are partimmmg invited to examine his Mock.
akirUala. on Ora* street, near Robinson.
Y/ENTRY RESIDENCE WANTEI24
t•Tranted to purchase' • amall YARN. yip
TO 6 0 AOILDS, more ar lea, within In Ln.,
Pittsburgh, directly on-the , tine of eralway. Wit or
in 6 miles, on • mu s
tiage read, would luiswor:
The house buildin be good and stylish, with
Tto 10 rooms. A 1.., the ueoasat7 stable and Dam
buibilep. The 'mamma. be of good guilty and
well watered, improved with *nit, tte, Artilom."
haring a miltablajdaos ittid ••purchaser by ad
dressing " D. U., Gongs Office, Pittsburgh," oat.
i ticulars as to ngsire, locat hograve ce, m ilsion, pri Drunber or rooms, and par
N. B..—Would be willing to lesua, for a !emu of
pan. plovidad the owner was not
sitsposod to sell.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERBIIII'.
—The partztereldp heretofore exiattok ender
the mune, &scowl style of DOQUITOOD AMMO N,
In the Nurest7 Dashond,has this thy been dissolved
by nottual consent ; and all budnois connected nith
the Gnu will be settled by either of said hrm
la retiring from the late Ana of DOOKSTOCE
to 1, I take plearore fa recommead k at.
0012 ag my
partner the patronage of oar rhetorician.
RUN - DRIES.
so,ooo au. Basil:sheaf /loan;
400 ma. Ittigh Bolt Bastes
1,000 Ths. Catawba
2 DNA. flesh Egg,;
ES half n
bbls. No. Mackerel;
zs .• " o 1
23,1,b15. Labrad orng;
" e!Med A boloolViater Apples;
300 bush. pplea;
100 wks groxuld Alum Salt;
Bow hag and sale by
null • • 11. RIDDLE, 183 Lthert street.
vi 7. R.;
100 .do 114=N:iv
LI do 01144 G
100 half bbbi No. - 3 large IlfactereT;
30 bbls...tio. laisi 3iObterel;
do 1 dn;
100 bubo's nandly Boit
In 'lore and for sat o by
0431 C 711441. 0. HALBLEY, 174 Liberty
JAS. C. SPROVL,
Authorized Recrtddig Agent;
10,000 Paper Collars.
MACRUZ & GLYD
Lykt G r re v ,
N EW GOODS.—We have now in ato
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
m.it of which wery purolloooll lefor. flu Ist.
ranee In prkt., nod will to sold at low rot..
CLOAK 0 RNA3LENTs.,O UIPUB.3 LACES. !
AND BINDINGS, LACE COLLAP.I, 4 ,
COLLARS BREAK F AST SKI TS, an
so,les; LINEN lIA,NOREFICIIIEFS,
ga.de at old primp; SILK A bASB
MERE NECK SCARF: , RIB
RESCLIES; FELT HATS, BEA
HATS, SILK FLATS; ILEA.D.DB
READ-NETS, In every atylo; I:OK:NEI •
VETS, BONNET SILKS, SRATLNG
ZOIPAVE JACKETS, BREA.K.Fm.r
SONTAGS, BALMORAL SKIRTe. ee
now styles; SLY, QUAKER, Aod •
new HOOP SKIRTS, FILEN( 1,
AMERICAN CORSETS ;
MORAL STOCKINGS, Do s
S Shakar, Knit, end other kit r
tall and winter; GLOVES In every .
quality ; good pairs KID GLOVES.
ors and plain black, far $1 00; good •
GLOVES, for SI 00; Men.. SIIETLA
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, real -
• full line of other Godergertne)
FLoLshlng Goods, ror- Men, W.
- and Children.
enrWholesale Rooms op stairs.
St. LOWS, $O,
° Z , A "i
oußr. ayer. from country, and city dealers, st.-
nock at all thug well imorted, and pr fees as law
as any other house.
0.6811 1 / 4 1.E.RE6 A_ND A'i.
J. M. BURCHFIELD'S,
N. R cor. Fourth nd Market, itreets
BOYS' AND GENT'S CASSIMIRES.
Black. Blue and Brown Cloths
SATINETS, all Colors.
KENTUCKY JEAIVS, TWEEDS
Gny, Twillpd t %its a , Colored and
BLANKETS, SHAWLS & CLOAKS
A hdl assoniiieot of our, dcwrlptton of
nol? DRY GOODS
BARKER & CO.'S,
No. 59 Market Street
51 130 ;in YARD—ALL COLORS.
AT 7&1., $1 00—PERYU8i4p%
AT 11%, TD AND 250. PER YARD
ALL KINDS-GREAT BARGAINS.
EVERY srrix wait rr,
E VERYTHING CHEAP I
nog ins- CALL AND BEE.IPII‘
2,000 DOZ. SPOOL Comm,
ID 'muter. nmens from lo to 60, which tr. gra
ekes out a 37 CENTS pa gym.
000 POZ. PLAIN Afill ELM NUYS k
6000 BALMORAL SKIRTS.
5 Q 4
.tozen of the NEW ANTT-REI,
ATI() SHIRT, at the retail
SI 50 each.
100 doz. Atkltison's Steel fei. r.
50 " a IS Cu
BATON, AtAORIIN & CO` F,
RATON, KUM &
Nos. 1? Jam 19 vino .67714 MT, POAAVrir% P.
Atkinsm's Steel Clollara putillif63
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ars l of Liam.
MTo military mot and trafalma thrs
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lient's Eliandint C0ther5...........51 CO each.
Ladles' Nanov %Amara. • • ' 100 .
• • Par Par.
!. Coifs 1 DO'per Wt.
Seat br Tag rearpt of 11-14
Steel Cullarr ro-otramened for 25 cents; or ve trill
exchange a NEW COLLAR for as OLD.O.NE, pro
riding iris not brake of balk 112 r r 5 mato.
The trade tamped at the Nov York AgentStyrka.
Nor prim Mt &Orem
FALL GOODS 1
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LAME, lIIPA.BOY & WAS
tr. ntenw, entomr.
General Coarnitsion* Itferctiant,
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4 4a.c,:xftb!-/k 5,,i1.44..m1,07...;.-4..--Nalibt
600 doa extra three-thread
and Grey gritting Yarn.
1,500 dos fine extra do., all cola
60 doz. Knit Jackets,
60 doz Traveling Shirts.
SO dos. Drawer&
60 doa Atkinson's Patent S
78 Market Street,
Mir-DER FOtillTll AND DLOIOND
a wmpleen Hoek of
JOSEPH HORNE &
77 379 liAltreT STREET
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At kednetd rites
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