The Daily Pittsburgh gazette and commercial journal. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1861-1863, December 28, 1863, Image 1

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ESTABLISHED :ftsi 1186.
GROCER 1101,-O.lleOD
ILMAN; C. 15.1.4L1Y,--,.---
DINTJESNE BRASS WORKS,
Frodiee and Commission Morchanti CADMAN & CRAWFORD,
iv"' nrsoinistai Illofinfaciuren of frvory rarloty of flashed
~ , • imago WORK VOW . LEIISERS,
AN
OR
/ 14 1 at , ilot In al k 1.4 0 ocamTair er-° e- re li GAS FITTERS, DIACEILNITS, AND
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COPPERSIIIIIIS.
Na In rd:412227 1427"124 . '- - HAAS 'S CASITNCS, of all &ascriptions, suds to
order.. STEAMBOAT - WORK; frrEAN AND DAN
rin.'4"B, Pa. FITTING, and REPAIRING , prompt tattettd. , to.
Particular attention paid to fitting up REFINE
RIES FOIL COAL AND CARBON OILS.
- Alm, Soliagentafer the Western District of Penn
sylvania for the sale of MAUD, LAUSDELL A
co.'s PAS.VPI . STPRON-PURP, the boat era In
vented. Hosing ne salve, it It not liable to get out
of order, and will threw more water than any pomp
13,{ twice Its alma .. .. .... apla .
ly
lICKCAS 1111 . 001 CA. /NO. AIIISUCILIA
(of the late fins of D.A. D. &Tumid t Pittabtumh.
Co., Weller We, r
, o k ti midit e E a
DONALD , Whole
sale Groom, Produce and C 4.111011511011
Dlee
ehsntti COTES, O:ZUGAB .111110.
LI.L.SESOISPINED :FOAM t STBCPB, FLOUR.,
DAOON, TOBACCO, TEAS,IIIGN, CHEF-9E,
SBEDB, Ara. 2LI mud TEAS,.
duet,
• " • tiol4:ly
SIIRTVRK s LAZEAIt, •
GROCEUS Mg) CPBMISSION SlERcitAit s r
Noe. 27 and Bt., cor. &cond.
• i5;11 ... : :„ PITTSBURGH.
ACICEOWII -
LIL Nll4la, noun
•Ro Gaels raci LL
oti,Pßenecres4.llo coax:mum
Stseettesms, for the teleof Elmer. Groin' roo„ Da
wn, Lang, Butter Eggs, Cremette Beane, Uttar,
Orease, %When. 'Petetpes, Put... 61 Pearl Ashes,
Seloratte; Ltimeed and Loir,VOite, Dried and Greto
Entire, Timothy, Queer. flex and Linea tjeettn.
0.4, !Oversees: mate made cm-Clomignmente.
apitly : ZIT 1,1 - bortv street. Eltriburgh.
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:Wilt/Li:lit% GROCER, !'
No. gTI LINERTY eT,ILM, PlittWrgitto,
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w iling p ar eh.se4 the I uter..t !as lotte'fseettiejS.
will cootieae the bustooes et lbw old stand, and all!
be Omani to - Mayo . tO.rpstrons,;,, Old Okuda ;
am.l tostOthasi. " 4 ; ai7ls:tf
WELM SWiLKINSoN; - Cons I SSION
&Alen I. WESTVAI/
CUMESIL DRIED FRUITS.I3UTTER,
%GIRL (MAINS, and yesduns generally. Mao,
lIill.,•111DES, OILS, Ite.. 2.17 Lamely
'street. Pletsbnigh:
13.irc.b islealtroments =do. ConeliSaMr.l.
United. jel2-Isrul
WM: I', BECit - & CU No. 185 Llll-
, 0117.8/reat, PlUaburgb, PlL,Whplea,C•
ons;Gommission • Mu=!maca am L,leaters lo COUN
TRY PRODUCE, PROVISIONS,' BACON, LARD,
BUTTER. EGGS, CIIELSE, FISH, Re., PRODUCE,
FLOM:L.-GRAIN. SEEDS, GREEN AND DRIED
ERLEITR: . te,'SALT L jfIS
JOHN 11. CAN FIELD, CoubtasiON AIM
TJ Tosocuprss Ilis.usrsnd altaiasslis dealer in
'‘ltirtt RTIOESERVE GUTTER, LARD,
BACON,TLOIIILTISLI.POT -LSD PSALM
-ASHES, MAW:ATVS; „LINSEED :AND LARD,
OILS, MINI FRUIT, Prodnai grut•mlly,
lit and 14S Fro. ,troot, Fittothmsh:' ;
,ITTLE irrillißLE, Wholesale'Gro
]Li ears and Es•rchante, &dery in
PSODUCS, FLotru, It &CON, CASSESE, ELSE
•01,1111t1S ANL SAILS) OIL, ElluS„ tiALI,s,GLAss
,i': . .WXECEE, , YASSE, End pttsblabigh 'inicaufisctores
— "'g . enetatry,ll2 stall( SentAtd istr.nt,PittAncsl,-..
S. 1LLY1K521........-.11111. n. IttallVll.
REYMEit (sOccessors
Wag - merit Amlerton,l Wholmati Desiree to
. :4•oltlatiN. 1411.32 d, - NUTS AND SPICES. CON
,creartoNsur, SUOADS, nut WOlthl3, Se., Nos.,
.• LW end L.'S YiN,Alntrect. aorn Fifth, Pltttbargit.
Jra.l7 • :1 -
.OGL_
,r 7 -4; 'BIIEPHA Ccanatasidif
ar...acnivrs and dosleri to FLoutt;'cuars; ,
ARDV/lODUC.Ei No. 243 Liberty stroet,Titteburgh.
Choice broad* of Floor for Bakers seedWbeally use!
coreidsolly nn hand. Particidac sttentiou Pad - be
biting ourers for Ur reharallso generally.! .occcdl4::
- ' 14 14 .6 *
tho .1. a GRAIN aE , SEEDS, /MEESE! PRODUCE.
de., and neut. .for the celebrated IbtiCutolso
MENT. Nos. 11i3 eicesend awl 145 First:Street', be
r.• mom Wood ilia SasithSeld, Pittsburgh, —seß
PRANK FAN GUILDER., Produce and.
Ceiostalbsion Idirehnoti dealer FLDU14,12131-.
TSCR, Biloo3lB. SEZDS, LARD r •CIINESE, PORK;
• DZIEWAND GREEN FRUITS; sled produce genre ,
ally. Liberal cash sdrauccs conehromeats.
Warehouse, No. 126 Second street, Plttetesegh-
14.41 r. S. =AD- °sown rawness.
Rrap & METZGAR, Gropers
Curinitraion Morettlitim end &Wens AN bads
of c,....try Traduce and r.m.burgh larinfartarora,
No. ?.1.9 Liberty street, opposite head of Wasl street,
rietabursh- •Sp3:ly
a. I. Joxie.
fIEO. B. JONES k. -SON, Wkoleittle
lJf Grocers and /bust Furnishers, &sten
"DM thiKl,9ll; OILS, PPTCIP sad Pitts
burgh Utariesetttiell 'articles, lip. 141 Water, street.
. 'aka. tba.Alottougahrla Bridge. Pittsburg!,
• ;10i , LATVITZELU...'
14010lltr ~ DALZE/44 lhilllO
aslirigitoeare;Cootuelesiiiin and Forrarding,Visr
tbaxibrotted dealers la• Produce and Pittsburg', man.
Libeekl'iarlaie,,Pittsterruh.
wAI3 ACE,Commission 3Pichrittt,
Iniedielalallialar In PLOIllt sind GRAM,
W0:153 raberty Street, optiosite Pennsylvania U. IL
Passeagerr:_per.ot, Pittsburgh, Pa- storage Ware
haus% metier Wayne and Pena streets. Llaonly
genie 1.6.1111MET.......,011K eriu.scr..
ANIBERT, SLIIPTON & CO. 1 Whole-
JLJ Ws Grocers sad Pre.lece IxnlorE, hu. 6 Sixth
*greet, Pittsburer. • •
_Jolt
JONA WAX? -lOWA 0 luso?.
WATT & WILSON, Wholciitile Oro
eeri, Com:milk:Jou /lerebards, land &aloes In
P r 4loa and Pitiabuttli teanolaetuteeri Ho. 1.5 S LIU
e• street. Pitri .
. burgh.
J 025
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..BAIIU 111. Li :11 Nat. -1 , 41t 1
.VAN WAY TILFO7IIiT i . Wholesale
(11firERF!,1 2 *TAAJIL AN4PRODIAT6
DAALEIIS..I67_L . I . IISrtj - ;it'n•t, rittstnitOb.
1:11NG, COM3USSION
I , ....7,7lteena.masand mrinl , Felo 41Putnis In Gl*.
''CRRIES;" FLOUR; GRAIN, PRODUCE, 'dc.,
Liberty slrret. . .13,11 y .
LlGlffit k CO , CITY 'FLOUR,
:17:111' MILTS, corner Liberty And Adana
:rw - ~apxit7i Ml 9 . _
-.-411.311. .11ALZ ELI.* SO.C,ManufXT
er.taii.-or tow OIL; and Comnderictu
ellan4fas4ge-Tarttwe sudisak , •,1 CZUDE AND
,ARSIFIKakVILTIIOLV.I.III,-tic nuil TO Water
treet, PittsbArEti. Advanen merle on mb.117......14.
;.-Llett, ii.temrames.
LittoT.ELER, sae
te Itrouthl'
&SLR GROCERS, Na. IR oin4 tp Liberty greet,
•
.winvat I Partrt zu:,rilestcout...s,
NS - COPE4N suceessors ,to
ilt. , ..lt•Condleirk. Mans successors-,to
GllOCAßS,corner of Wood a d Wstar
,_;S'4UtZtiOUSE: :- 4 14, NKY
COL d Farenir i ditgand e l ctraisuslon Mer.
4.at,11 dgaler ; ln 0![
'MI9I
abort:Water, rlttsbargh. sor2
'OLLANDILIDDLE, successor to Jim 1 1
MGM A Non, No.. la 3 'Liberty aim.* Phu
buret. general . rtioDucz, GROMOY AND CUM
IIIaSION lilpteNANT. Contignan4u rniteit
- fd.rx y
:~[ ■ a r nz+olintea,':.,.e.::t:
, ISALAII DiCKITS tt (A, Wholeale
. Grum& Comealmrion Sierclanotot, and &etre 10 ,'
Prodwo, Sus. GO A Saler street and is Front mot,,)
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610. r 11 , 11.1,011111..—;: . oILWATti.
H. DILWORTH Jr. Ci& Wholesale
J. Groom, Ni a. 130 awl VV. F
• 'lime!, pear
Smill3ls4l.l•Pfttalargh. ' .136.1
Jona ,
TORN FLOYD 4 CQ, Wholitiale (ro
am and Cknitnitaitex Sivas:sta. Non 112 Wood
end =3 Liberty street, Pittebureb. jaa :
___—......._.
/ - 111211{LES L. CALlSWEL,(puccossor
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k • tosiamwritolm...t'ed.,) PORK PACK= and
dealer fu PROVISIONS, cotter or Karkiit and Flout
strlets.Pattsburgel , 7 - ' ' J!,§
G TOWNSICND, (iguivessoi . to JllOlO
- VOIIIC PACK.AII and deal
.rty. . .12 Fourth !itren.l,) near Ur
non
vaS . lta, Wet Irdurr.
• • • • • ff. VOIGT k CO., sacceemor4 - to
• • (haff;'PIIODUCE AND conimisslos
' ENATIAM 241 lArt.r4 , greet, PlitAbargb.
;s3:l= 1: 3101:11A.. notes.
TOI/2 4- ^ L . IiONE •CO., Wholesale
.14D1C115 AND'OnDirISSIOS
•r wtoß of amlVel.ti and Watcr rtmetx,Vltubursh.
IK, Travyr & W., Commission
Morchanto, aad &Wont InRODII4IB, WIXOM,
DAOON, 'WOOL, GRAIN ;' U.; IL:: 12 Elmithaeld
Pletsbarzb, . • myttly
OWARD HEAZELTON, Wholet4p
ORO= 'AND connussioarlancrre=,
';'Nedeorner of the /11.131301311,Zia r Pittabnrej.
iIDrILLIA3I BACALIIY, Virholesalo
- V arocerOtos. 1,8 ands Nood gimes, Pitt.
beret: Ju./Adf
!I L' • 'IEII. RING, ' holesalo tro
ter. Importer a 273 Liberty
Mroot:Plttabortb. •
, - I .t.DDERTON ,t,BTEWARI, olesale
J.:MR/X=9 &SD comussioN IttEECISANIM,
of e 14,. rittibargh:
RUIZ. -ZS TAT E G JE.lr'7l4.
'!IVI1Ali D' Dealer in PROM
LL---" WA IO 'Dt.,ILLCI It:WAGES, tad
r: ` - --:,
_..- .180a1r,.,.. 01 T.5., ._ ,
.. 7.
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:,114.X117.1SACTVIZERS, 6pc.
JOHN HALL & CO.,
VALLEY FORGE PLOW WORKS,
EEZEI
Hannrsztarers and dealers In all the different kinds
of PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, SCOOPS, CUT
-1 GI 'BOXES. ,te. - 'With 'greatly Increased WM
tri" for doing .business, an earnestly Invite dealers to
give to a oalL. Ilanntsktury, Temperanceville.
' Warehouse. Coals alloy and Lib ert• St.,Pitteblet.
'JOHN HALL,
T. J. HALL,
STEPHEN Nrooms,
MS. J. DIDOWN.
MEI
t. e. warm
MACKINTOSH; HEMPHILL & CO.,
corner Pike acolollsra street., near the City
I Water Works, Pittsburgh, manufacturer of RACE.
INIDSLI C lINITPIIILL'S IMPROVED OSCIET.A ,
TING STEAM ENGINES AND SIDE VALVES, of
oil ehee and best style.
flaring pot up machinery of Tarp capacity and of
thtri...t 4.4E1, we are prepared to do hoary Yob
bib& Mut eolisit work In thie Enos Irtoting thsit:by
prompluees, and tbe chsraoter of oar work, to merit
public 'patronage,
We invite epeeist attention to ear BALANCED
VALVE, ONGILLATLNG ENGINES, as combining
advantage, herstelore unattained in Obis clam of
Estrus.
.
BLACKDIAMOND STL'EL VVOKKS,
BEST QUALM'InI=I) CAST STEEL,
Square, Flat awl Octagon, of all Ina. Warranted
equal to auyimported er 1311111111Sclured in this wad;
try.
ea- 0016, and warehouse, Nos. 149 and 151 FIBS'S
sod 120 and 1= SECOND STE SSTS, Pittsburgh:
' L,Thlrf
NVILLIA-11 B attNILILL, a tX) , BouLas
Make. and Sheet Iron Workers, PrNN
SMELT. Nee-20, 2... 4 24 and Raving secured •
liege Jana and turtiLhel It with the moat lenprorei
InnolaineeN s wa ar• ',rep: Cord to mannfenture ereri
description of BOILERS, in the test manner, and
anussated equal to any souls is the csutory.
CHIMNEYS, BRICIIEIi, /MRS DEUS, STEAM
PIPES, LOVOMOTITS BOILERS, CVNTENSEES,
SALT PANS, TAN'S-5, OIL STILLS, AGITATORS,
SETTLING PANS, BOILER IRON BRIDGES,
SUGAR PANS, and win manufacturers of BARN
HILL'S rATENT
p cqt.ras. Repairing done on
the ehortent notice. delB3l
13k v iiitRITrieN1)BiTAKsWRI•;:g
cpLLINs .& WRIGHT,
Mann!.lemons et iCASTOR MAXIS, MUGS, CUPS,
'LADLES; ands great variety of BnITANNIA
articles. Ains, CAILSON OIL LAMP BliltliTAlS
and LAMP BRASSES gosarslly, Mo. CtS Second
striso, Pittsbnrgh,
ANNM (X)RAIICK dc CO.. V ALLET
Fdrivor.;ritabc.gh,
C3' WitretiouseiZit LIBKILIT STREET,
- Xituuraitarert of COOK, PAILLOII AND HEAT
ING STOVES. PABLOSANDIiaTeIIiai ORATES,
IIOLLOWAVAIIE;cie4StnerawI Glare Moulds, 14,11-
'44 MRI Cutup; 211[1: - Goering: Gee, Wider and Ar
them Pim. gad Irons; DiriVironiN WagouLosea, So
gar.Kattles. rullep,lll94aNCar:Whcel., C 0 .14 1,, P ,
and Cnatiags enerptly.- Alm; Jobblag - atid Muclutie
Castings mud, to' radar. Patented Yortable Mill;
'will Swum er Maio Pamir.. • vlaremd
JOSEPH F. 'HAMILTON A; CO.?
Cor. FIRST AND LIBERTY yrs., Pirtaturgh,
IMIEEIIIIOR sniun iniancw, MACHINERY, ar...
SSEVER NNE, No. 53 WATE. S'S.,
•Eittsirorih,inanntsetarer of BOILER RIVETS;
WROUGHT MIKES, common and rallroad,of every
description,
Parttcolar slini or shaped SEISES and nnirrs,
largs or small, scads to order Ist abort oakd. A
good assortment constudly on hand. sorEkorn
WELLS, RIDDLE .!c CO., 3fo. 215
TT Mort' area, oppoolla Slnth, Pittdourab,
atanufactureta of VaIITZ, LARRES and SWITCI3-
Efy and Emory doscriptioa of LEATHER BRAIDED
Orden Rated hem the trade, and coats prompt
slrA4'n.e - per leetr rttoes. DA..I y
D w. ITENN - Efe, Manufacturerse, WRITE STORK MINA. and CIIEA3.I. COL
ORED WARE. .
OM. nod Warehouse al No. 74 FIrTA STREET
Pittsburgh. lohLlay,
.1111 1711.ti0N...1L•3Z R. CA SA—DAVID IeC..M.C.
' WILSON, CARg
Whokoole dealers In INNIIOI , I AND Dosronc
1/119 GOODS: No. 94 WuOa .trout,, thin! Imm. edam ,
Diamond alloy. Pittsburgh ap.lo:tt
.M . L M. LTOS M ADOI,-.l=l SMITCI.
LANE,. MeABOY S CO. Dedlers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, No.
140.Yed•ral strett, (~toad door 1.,c10w. new /Berke
Menne,)*AlleghenY City. • • 1 , 11N 9 37
1. - 4 1 A'rON, MACRUM ,fs C 0.,: Wholesale
1:4 arid RefailDnalnra in TRIMMINGS, EMBROI
DERTFM'and DRY GOODS, of Amu description,
Nos. IT and 19 fifth "freer, Plttidortrah.-
VEACRUM'iriIiLYDE, Wholesale and
iii. Retail Dello* in FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, TILLIMILSGA, Cc., No. 78 Mott. street,
between Diamond and For th Pittabnrgli.
.
.(Stleathasor to
• Burchfield A C0.,1 Wholeavie imd Retail Dealer
In STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Northeast
fawner arFoutth and Market stmt.., Pitiebergh.
iirtfEPllllokiST,' i - V)icteadire food Re
tail 'Denim' In 'ill Rinds 'ef. T11131311NG9, DRY
GOODS, tc.. Zi0,17 and 79 751arlit atzert._
JW. BA_KKER, do CO.; Deniers in all
. kinds of i%hT GOODS, No. OD Market street,
betteteti Tbinl .d Fourth, Pittsburgh.
" IL EALISIER,"Nn. Wood Street,
R
Deab , rl.l3ostNETS, HATS, STRAW TRIM
MINGS, and STRAW GOODS generally.
- -
QIMON JOHNSTON, Dealer in PURE
PALMS AND CHEMICALS, ll'EnnllllW,
,FANCY GOODS,IIIMITSO FLUID, OILS, FAM
ILY , TISEIRCIICES, de., a stlietly prime quality,
width ke_oruss at lowest prim. Corner nraltlufleid
and Fourth *tract., Pittsburgh. Prescriptions care
fultycompontulcd at an beers.
BPAUNESTOL'E. Whole
salr Dnagzleta, and iniumfartutura of MUTE
LEAIrANti LITHAItOE, corner of Waal and Front
atmeta„ Pittelaugh. 017
I', Wholesale tlealer in
DRINIS„ pejlirs, OILS, I'AILNISIIES AND
Dra STUFFS, Sin. 2) Liberty turret, Pittsburgh.
Allard= will remise prompt attention.
ciguituri. a - KEYSER, Uiug&t,
41,-.1 No. 140 Wood Watt, corner of Virgin-On',
rtIIARLOTTE BLUME, Dealer in MU
.I.IIIC AND KIISICAL issratturszTs.
agent for--K - 19Z 11 PLA,IIOB,
111109. PULKOB AB , and PIIII CO. WE et CO.'S 1,1111.0DE
-20.43 FM street, necorld door abovor Wood,
Plnsbnigh. Plano to let, sal taken In eltllo.4c
Psaow. nplo
11.• KLEBER & BRU., Dealer. in MC
. 810 AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and
sets agents fur STEINWAY'S CELEBRATED PI.
ANO.9, No. e 3 Fifth stroet, Pittsburgh. toyZ
fiILAILLES C. MELLOR, Dealer in
VV PIANOS, MELODEONS, /to., No. SI Wood et„
between Wourtb street and Dlstopn; slls7. Pitteb's
_rrrsUIRVILAVE EXTS.
JGARDINER COFFIN, Agent for
• franklin,Miliadelphiii and II inxoronc•
Compant.. Liottbemet cornet Wood and Tbl7d .t..
V/17'P.. --- TONES, Agent North America,
. stale of Penzsylranta, and llnatibrd
laror
nce Companies, 87 Water garnet.
Secretary afiiTerwil
Coniany, earner Market and Water oda
M. GORDON;Secretary Wotan to-
• armee Compsur,D2 War= stmt.
E wr •
WE a. JOHNSTON & CO., Station-
Etird..Ml4l.ol-1.44=. "b
WAY 44 B
00. oo k s 11 --,
,645,.0.56‘00 t alon
-a-Third, In .1 do or to th e cora,
and
t
ametantly „fiC"u`.. and /LW BOOEd
t ..kse er and. Stationer
s Xo.7&_ FogrAriarepedtpoile Banding,.
41170RXErff.
scsoni;int...:.:::..:4listro„ C. SCIII/TILM
& C%I3CROY4Ik Ilk:Turfs-at.
yal!!": 1 . 4 .:1 1 904".,t2:1!
1.11,441111 - 4AIXT, • ' *4_ l cf_t_t —
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DAILY
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
prrismazt, PA.
PARR, BROTHER & CO.,
(Socceasoro to Olio Nowtoo..)
11=nfactmron of
Dar -GOODS
(Late Wilson, Pay.< d 1b.,)
bRUGGISTS.
JCIUSIV, 4c.
PITTSBURGH, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1863
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ISIONDAY 51011SING:=..DEC. 28,7386&
TERMS OF TIM GAZETTE.
Mumma Enztcox, 67 mall, 00.
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Elmols° ICDmov, zuk.B,per 4XL
Month—. 58.
10.
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Vic:LILT Darrvni, single coyly, pgrr'yesr._ 2 CC.
claims of bto 7A," 1 611.
" dab. of 10 or mere" 11
—aad ono extra to tL► party N0V1 . 14 , alai, Fort
dub of fifteen, we will wand the Evexma Gurrrs
daily. Ter a dab sif twenty,. awLU send the
UNIATAQ Glasnrra daily; Single coplas, I mats.
• Car All intlacriptlaniiirkatt no-advance, and papers
always stappoS when the timo.aupitta.
Mr. Greeley and'.Mr. Phillips.
In giving a snort of Mr. Wendell Phillips's
recent speech on tho ProcLunation of the
President at the Cooper Institute, New York,
wo omitted a few passages that wore not ne
cessarily connected with the main subject—
one of which was what we thought a vary un
just attack on Secretary Chase. That pas
sago;however, was the point of some remarks
by Mr. Greeley, of the N. Y. Tribune, which,
as wo find them reported in fall in Thursday's
TrGerac, are worthy fur their own wake of
being laid before our readers. We 'copy the
introductory remarks of the Trid.ale, es' well
as Mr. Greoley's speech:
Somq hasty, unpremeditated remarks by
the editor of the Tribum, at the close of Mr.
Wendell Phillips's lecture an Tuesday oven ,
tug, having been deemed worthy;of partial re.
production.in the eolomns of several of our
contemporaries, with comments which give
them a special and unintended significance,
Go reasons for excluding them from oar own
report of that meeting aro overruled, and.they
will be given below.
Mr. Phillips, it will be noted, had, with
seal which seems to as not according to
knowledge, Icon fit to talk of a majority of
the Justices of the U. S. Supreme Court as Se
cessionists, and to assume that they would
be governed, in any adjudication they may
he called to make on tho President's Procla
mation of Freedom and the kindred acts of
Congress, by old-time devotion to the Slave
Power. Now, we have no acquaintance with
Justices Catron and Wayne, whose proper
homes are in Tennessee and Georgia mope,
tirely, and neither know nor have sought to
know anything of their opinions on the vital
point in question. We do know, however,
that they have novir been considered natural
[mils, and that, whenthoy broke with the pre
ponderent force in their respective States,
leaving their homes and property to the mer
cy of the merciless, they gave the strongest
possible avian:teeth:lt they were not and would
not be Secessionists. Nay, worm they could
not have bean ignorant of the origin, growth,
impulses, and animus of the Disunion conspi
racy, and so must base known that, in reitst
lug all its blandishment, and clinging to the
Union, they sinned against the Slave Power In
a manner and to an extent that preoludos all
hops of forgiveness. Should any malignant
obauco, any inacintable judgment, restore to
that dark power its once omnipotent, now for
feited, domination, it might possibly forgive
and even trust Wendell Phillips or liorace
Greeley on due profession and evidence of con
trition; but it never could forgive nor trust
John Caitlin or Tames 11. Wayne. We, there
fore, scout all suggestions that these men can
henceforth be found pandering to the "recon
iitincton" of olaveholding domination over
ant country; as not merely improbable but
preposterous. They are the outcome of an
exclusiveness and general distrust nurtured
anti excused by years of undeserved suffering
from persecution and popular obloquy; bpt
they have no proper place in the practical
conduct of the India of a great nation. As
now constituted, and in view of the stern ex
periences of - the last three years, we bora the
fullest confidence in the Supreme Court, and
are perfectly irUliug to abide by its judgments
en the momentous questions now convulsing
-the oauntry. • .
Mr. Phillips, oiler sharply criticising Prea
ident Lincoln's plea of •reconstruction"—in
our judgment, en exceedingly wise, feasible
and safe one—saw fit to close with a mange
attack on Governor Chase as a possible can
didate for tort President, coupled with an
expression of preference for other worthy
and truer patriots who could hardly fail to
be harmed In the public estimate by such •
conjunction.' Loud and persistant calls be
ing made from the audience fur Mr. Greeley
—who was unwell, and had determined not
to say a word en this occasion—ho was
impelled to speak substantially as fellows:
"Mn. PIIMSIDEXT, LADIES use ESTLEISCS:—
seems to me that the time has not yet a:-
rived for opening a poputu canvas, for our
next President. I would prefer brat to deter
mine conclusively that we are to Aatra a Presi
dent of the whole country. That point set
tled, we may proceed to the next In order.
And, whentheproper time shall have arrived,
I think it may Le demonstrated, notwirhitand.
log what we hero jest heard in his dispar
agement, that about the largest brain and the
steadlcet arm that bare given their best
effort, to preserve the life of the Ration
througiwut the gigantic struggle forced upon
a. by alarelsolding treason are.thoso of.thn
statesman whl. has been male the objeet of
special assault in the eloquent address
to which we have just listened. In a
contest which her taxed the energies and
the resources of ail patriots, his has been the
most difficult and undealniblo task—that of
providing the ways and means required to
meet the enormous, ever-Increasing cost of
this tremendous war. The campaigns of a
- Ministryof Finance aro bloodless—his ach lire.
merits fall to dente tho vulgar eye or thrill
the popular heart—yet none are more ass-n
tint, or more exacting in their demands of
Capacity, integrity, and indefatigable Indus
try. And, unlike those of most other Madan
ip our great contest, the battles of Gov. Chase
have oil resulted to victories for the National
cause. And, despite ail no hove just heard
to his prejudiee,ldocm him one clam sternest
and moat trusty antagonists of the Slave
Ponca:
•
"Bat I speak not so much in behalf of any
man as in urgent appeal for charity and har
mony. Though oar prospects have greatly
Improved, so as to justify sanguine bones of
an early and complete National triumph, we
are by no means so far oat of the woods that
wo can afford to quarrel among oursolves and
divide into cliques, as the partisans of this or
that great man. I have always admired,
though I have not always shared, the moil
denceand trust with which our loyal millions,
undirmaTed by the gravest and most unex
pected disasters, have regarded the overthrow
of the Rebellion as merely a question of time.
You are well aware that I have not always
so regarded it, though my apprehensions hare
contemplated rather Northern defection than
• .nthern triumphs in the gold. Knowing WI
I did that at one time a majority of twenty
five thousand might have been had in this
city, for • reunion under Jeff Davis and
the Montgomery Constitution, I have often
laid down at night doubtful whotber I
should awake in the Milted Staters, or in
the Slavoholders' Confederacy nest morning.
And, though those dark hours have passed, I
feel that we eadnot yet afford to distrust and
disparage our leaders in the momentous strng
,
gle which is not yet ended. I honor and am
grateful to them all, envying net even the oc
cupant of the White Rouse, whether for the
present or the ensuing term, and feeling that
whoever has worthily tilled a post in the Cab
inet throughout this trying convulsion has
made a great personal sacrifice on the altar of
his aorantry. And, whilo I have great cone
dence• in our ultimate triumph, I feel that, in
view of the indifference or hostility to that
triumph hitherto evinced by so largo a portion
of tho people oven of the loyal States, we shall
e indebted for that consummation to the over
ruling benignity of God rather than to the
wisdom and valor of Man. In that faith, I
hope and trust."
frfeCtellan , s Report.
gpeoking of the last llparagraph, or perora
tion, or epilogue" of Gen. hicelellan's tre
mendous Deport; w blob appeared in our die
patches a day or two ago, the S. Y. Tribune
makes the following rumor ke : It bears Inter
nal evidence of being (ion. hicelollan'i own
compluatioti, for It has the personal pronoun
I eleven times, with the garnishing of no, my
and mysrtf, thrown In here and there to round
the periods. What ho s says Of 'the bravery of
the Army of the Patentee will , bis generally
agreed to, in 'piton!' his I's,- but Ida apology
for not following Lee after Antlotam—whicb,
by the way, lithe eld Stem about wont of
ewes—may :not beset, well rewire d.
. •Entarnsr - osCoiciica Tsoirs IX EMU
BlLit..-T4 llistailla dispatch of the 14th hist.,
nisi !'The enlist:tabor totpradtioops pro.
rimsmilildly. -, Effcrt i lthelag mid* tipcpiri;.
taLtsl6ll frcin'the 'War. diastment to- - .
etqsadlftttirtsa."' - ,..--,.-.. ~...t i •;,,,,. ..
PITTS-RV ! GH '7G-AZ-ErrL,
Clutlvity AnionggleArkanias Rebels. .
The Memphlr Halle:Ur; Of the 22d,las the
following:
"One of our beat knurls citizens, Dr. D. IL
Dickinson '
lately went down the river fhi tho
purpose of triumacting some business in CU-
cot county,near Luna Landing, Ark., within
the Feder al lines. Wlpile stopping at the
house of ems Sanders, be was taken in the
• cad of the night by Captain darnel
pepisow of Col. Bowie, of ,Hatehe2, who was
wiled atthellaceo, Texas, and the man who
gave his name to the formidable knife, with
which all are familiar. Bowie and his men
loot the doctor to their Moats noir Grans t
Darker's.. They robbed him of everything. I••
baclexeopting tVZII, clothing-be had upon his.
pertoh, taking home $4OO fa greenhaeka,
watch, hat, cravat, shoes, blanket, saddle
begat 'bit change of clothing and oven
his tooth brash and pipe. lie was thee
taken to lifalwortlys plantation where
his captors wore joined by two com
panies under Captains Hawley and Burke.
Pronrthis laid camp ho was curled to Mon ti
cello, Arkansas, where he was tried and dia
-1 charged, as no definite charge could be sus
tained against him. tie was treated frith the
greatest courteey and kindness after ho fell
into the hands of Burke. The lamer en
deavored as for as was in his power, to recover
for him the different articles that had been
pilfered by the needy wretehe's of Bowie's
eompany. The privates of" this - command
were very poorly clad, and armed exclusively
with double barreled shot guns. Oreasionally
ono was seen with a :small Colt's revolver.
None had sabers. There was a groat plenty
of food, mat' u it woe, id the country-, and
meat and flour in abundance, but no groceries.
Salt was being obtained in sufficient quanti
ties from the eprisYgs of Saline river.
The Doctor was &Aetna to be sent to Gma.
Vegan, who commanded State troop', and had
' hie headquarters at Camden, but it woo 'OJT
ecrtained that Hagan had moved to Tulip,
Dallas county, and was advancing -oh .14U0
'Rock, swhe wo-Smot sent. Parson'. brigade
Was near Elbe, on Saline riser. Gen Hollins
was about to be relieved by Gen. Leonidas
Polk. Kirby Smitli was to tate the field. Ile
was at that time nineteen miles south of Cam
den. His headquarters, however, were at
Washington, Ibunpetead county,on Red river.
The Doctor gathered from what his heard, that
the armies were advancingon Little Book and
Pine Bluff, but could not tell whether they
really intended to fight, or whether it Wee a
mere feint. The Doctor was released from
Confinement on Saturday the 12th, and ar
rived home' on Sunday, the 20th. Ito took
away with Um a largo sum of money, but he
took the precaution to leave the belt contain
log it with a friend before he was captured.
This sum he recovered on Me retort:.
Thedliethodlst BI hops to the South
The afrawai.t or this week says :
The recent appropriation of thirty tire thou
sand dollars for the extension of our work in
tho far south is likely to be followed by im
portant consequences. Almost simultaneous
ly with it appears the proclamation of the
President offering to the people of the States
now in rebellion an amnesty upon Certain
conditions which ho has titought fa to pri - -
scribe.
Measure, hare already been taken to carry
out thg plans of ourehurch. Bishop Ames, at
last accounts, was ►t St. Louts, prisparing to
start upon his tour down the MiSsissippi.
Bishop Simpson will coop proceed to Tennes
see. A prominent and popnlar Methodist
minister, now stationed in New York city,
has been designated for the city of New'Or
leans; and though the appointment demands
of him not a little satrifice, his ezeeptance is
nevertheless hoped for. An order has been
given by the Secretary of IPar permitting the
occupation of deserted churches within .iur
lines, and tho use of them temporarily for re
ligious service,. No question of ownership
or possession are to be raised; these can be
determined only when the several States are
brought back to their allegiance and vied
rule is once more established or er their
people.
Many facts in the condition of the Southern
States encourage the hopeof the return of the
vast majority of Methodists in the lituth to
the old church—the church of Asbury and Me•
Kendra.), from which many of them separated
with the greatest reluctance.
The Colored Soldiers Under General
Birney.
A Weshington,,certespondent of the N. T.
Tr;to..writes':
The camp at Benedict, on the Patuxent,
St. Mary's county, Md., under command 0.1
Col. Wm. Birney, yesterday promoted to a
Brigadier-Generalship, his commission to date
from May 23, 1063, contains 2,400 soldier.,
comprising the 4th, 7th, 9th and 19th Regi
ments. The three former are full regiments,
but of the latter only four companies hare
yet been raised. Gen. Birney. however, is
rapidly procuring recruits with his four
steamboats, with which he pays frequent visits
to adjacent plantations. Ho hes raised,le
side the above named, the let and 2d Col
ored Regiments, and hiss enlisted since the be
ginning of the war 3,110 slaves, tbo residue
being free negroes. Gen.Birney says the chief
obstacle in the way of his operations is the
circumstance that married slaves who enlist
are obliged to leave their wives and children in
the hands of masters who are sore to maltreat
them in revenge for the loss of tho husband
and father. Tens and hundreds of such have
come to the camp offering to enlist if they
could take their wires and children with
them, or could be assured that they would be
safe and well cared for during their absence.
A law declaring the freedom of the wife and
children of every store who shall enlist in thy
service of his country, would, in the opinion
of Hen. Birney, do mere to stimulate rolms.
Leering from this class of the population than
any other provision of the law except one
putting them on the same footing with white
soldiers as regards pay and emoluments.
The 'Vanderbilt at Work.
Tim N. T. Tribune of Friday says!--Tho
bark Saxon, of Capetown, Cape of Good Hope,
arrived at this port on Toes lay evening, from
Anger Pequlna, West Coast of Africa, in
charge of Acting Muter E. S. Keyser, of the
United States steamer Vanderbilt. The
Baton was captured by the Vanderbilt on the
28th of October, at the above place, about four
hundred , miles) north of tbo Cape of Good
Hope. She has on board part of the cargo of
the bark Conrad, which vessel was captured
by the privateer Alabama, and afterwards
converted Into the privateer Tuscaloosa. The
cargo Is principally wool. The Saxon was
formerly the American bark Lucy Johnson,
of New London, but was wrecked at Table
Boy, and coo subsoquontly purchased by
Mew/. Anderson A. Salton, of Capetown.
She is about 250 tuns burden. The Vander
bilt aloe found at Penguin Island 200 tons of
coal, which had boon left thorn for the honefl
of the privateers. It was .nfiscated by the
Captain of the Vanderbilt. All on board the
Vanderbilt were well.
The Efficiency of the Colored Troops.
llcknOvAercas !GUI Allll COHrt,
Ilsairtua, Tenn., Doc. 17, NO. •
General Orden, No. 171.
The recen t affair at Mbacow, Tonneau°, ha,
demonstrated' the fact that colored troope
properly disciplined and ouomanded, can and
will fight well, and the General- commanding
Corps deems It to be duo to the officers and
men of the Ad regiment Weal. Tonneau.° In
fantry of African descent, thuspublicly to
return his personal thanks for their. gallant
and tuccaufel defense of the important posi
tion to which they had been auigned, and
for the manner in which they have vindicated
the wisdom of the Government in elevating
the rank and Ale of thole regiments to the
widower freemen and soldiers.
Ily order of GEN. S. A. Iluni.mir.
T. 11. liAnnts,-Aesietant Adrt gun.
A VZSY 8111110(ILAI RUTOILATIOII or SrRZCII.
*AbOUttour month, ago a sold tor by the name
of George Lam, who belonged te the 12th
Virginia Infantry, and who resides In Haiti
eon ammty, was attacked with a violent fever,
which it was thoughtwould result in his death.
The 'oleic?, however, partially recovered, bat
with the loss of all power of speech. Bo had
not spoken a word for more than three months,
until one day be woe coming west on the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad, In company with a
relative who had gone to fetch him home. Near
Grafton, the cars ran off the track with 4 grout
shock. Luau Jumped out of a car window
upon the ground. and as he did so yelled lus
tily to his relative to lookout for the baggage.
Sinop that time Luau has hen able, to the sur
prise of his friends, to speak all well as ever.
—Whaeling lotalligsatvr.
Too V. S. steam frigate Niagara arrircd at
New York on 'Wednesday morning, from a
short entire along the eastern meat in search
of the Chesapeake. She left the Harbor of
Oloneestey on Doc. 11, and visited Pubneco,
LaliareAnd many other Noes Scotia har
bors, antl - arrirld . at. Halifax on De 0.19, at
'shish pica*. the OtiesSiteeke was Sound, ai also
listens' ot.0111: OatersaietS: .At all
plaselkwAsitwtt 111tX0Y11 . Bootle, espeelatty in
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I ""," • Destitution in 611aalssippL ; FIGHT ON THE RAPIDAN REPORTED.
.
22d says: A gentleauto from the neighbor-
.-TheMemphis:l vacua ! of the evening of tho
, Collision with the Rebel Advance!
hooa of Cogswell, In Iliimmond coma ty, statas ' Guard.
' that there aro quite re number of families of I
rebel Soldiers In the neighborhood, who moat, _
iatircritnetst 4cred- Where relief can c cma iTfi.B WAYS AND MEANS COVIITTEE ON
from . Id"1:001 - 111han any one is willing to say. I
.• I'iITROL.Et H.
The people are alliming placed upon an equal- _____
ity as regards ainlies. Notwithstanding the ,
- *h u h .. &w h iff - 0o of the poo p. , o c omp / i Special Dispatch to the Pitteburgb Quetta
rebel cavalry numbering throe hundred; axe WASHTEGTOd,, Dena, 1863.
stationed at that place subsistiagon the seen- We have reports of a considerable tight oo
ty. - allowance of the inhabitants. Tito beet Ali Rapidan to-day, but no particulars have
festivities could not afford any bettermeal Mint
• Wad without salt, and pork partly tiro-erred. been received
litimbes. roirest Is levying contribUtions of The movement once contemplated of nem
pros-Worts and forage from all parts of the / p yt h g I
COMiry. the Heights at Centerville for the win
. A trowel of toll would coolly command one
hadred dollars in the city ter hoe been abandoned by lien. Meade, and
of .tg o gggia, IL I an advance to a position forward of that he has
n
will he entirely imPecelble (f any ono to ; been holding determined on. To accomplish
came any bacon this season, an ens they can ' this one corps was„prushed towards the 'tapir
procure salt, which is impossibl .
lii 1 den to-day, which movement has undoubted-
From Arkansas. ; ly brought on a collision with the enemy's
tile° Rock news of the 12th lost., has the I advance guard.
following: Colonel McNeil, sent come days, Feint, members of Congrea have remained
ago in pursuit of the rebel force, 'teeth, en- itiere over the holidays, working in the.mmit
countered the enemy, 40 atrong, two miles , tee room.
beyond Princeton, and tilled eight of them, 1 The Committee on Ways and Means have
wounded eighteen and took P rices. " three I become stuck on petroleum, a portion favoring
commlsSioned officers and twenty-live privates. '.,
The aggregate 1 eoo of the enemy wee A fry . --iiib . hear y tax, while others resist It.
A forego party was sent by General David; Condition of the Prisons and Hospitals
snafu the rear. Merrill's advance captured at Point Lookout.
iffieteef cattle, marked C. 9. A. The rebels J•
„ et,o l juke, beyond th e oa a ehlia, Merrill FOnnanan Sins noa, Deo. 2s--lien. Duller
wes within fourteen miles of I.d. la the i returned this afternoon-from Point-Lookout,
mniait by oar troops, the loss was one man! where ho has made a thorough inspection of
badly wounded. Gen. Chalmers M Ordered i the prisons and hospitals; he also ez.unined
caret, of the Mississippi river. Col. Clayton into the probabilities of a revolt abbots the
i d4di,pet e hee.p.o. pie. Buz, eneenesiog !rebel prisoners, and look important testimony
th
~:...ithire, near that place, ofWutenant I in regard to rations and condition of rebel
et .
on von inen from (May's 1, Ili band.!Ceb.locts, which testimony was tatisfactorily
* ' ; correct. .
- A::: x ...Essas Coartssios.—The New York : The Potomac Army—Sutlers' Supplies.
ge,salti, abieli fora week past has boon tun- j .
stsr
liah(nallTßlSS AILIIT Or Tila POTOMAC, Dec.
nitiglieneral Grant for she Preeitioneir w ray! o! , . 25.....Arr00gm00t0 for ootl.ro' soppll j . o,
oir i n.
Priablent Lin
i (h eated i - , - and directed by General Orders 105,
itHe abandtin . llonest Old Abe' aw ry hope-
' in the army of tho Potomao, aro in full opera
in'On-se- IV' hero i' lr ' i him, ' -i. l'"'
I Lion, givi n g satisfaction to sutlers and the
prosetil Lim, no have helped, him in Ciliary , "m:. •
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Wafillnit eon get no good out of him. To fee I '
0111: trifle own homely similes, ho is a crooked j - -
stiekfthat cannot be bent, and _that trill hero) ..IFCT -- iC111" SALES.
WI . Irokcn."
1. ich moans that President Lincoln is the ;
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ANCHESTER LOTS, 'ROSEDALE'
I. o .7.l.lit , o ,, r t i.: io n o TZ E . ,... —On ,,,.wi T n il L yti td D . S...T th li . o p illi re.a... ina :
on Chief ma g istrate formai:ly years past who I
11 d not thrown .p let the Ileruld..— fiotion : In the n0 ,„,,, h of Manchester, hf hotto ow Lou.
Jody:ie.-of I
, enhallilded Dom the well-kis:4m property "Dan.
dale," hooting on the Ohlo ricer, betiormul Wattling.
...4". RAI! . Crir A X'r RlrlirL IN Tana Sall an —A , ton and Cherannt etreet., lo•Ing
N hyhio dispatch ,n ye
, E . B . E„;„„ ru ,, 13 Lots on feeble Wart, toestly 24 reel insots, oa
mn y year, at th e head of the Ntwitrille
1
fleuilling back lai feet to an elley.
Iln o and subsequently no active and infloen. l ~.I „ t o L d ;l r g u n o n a, D l l,s n' f .. o .n , strs ' s ,„ oo l ' o n r of ' . 4 e ' l tot l' '''''''' 1
tin rotor in the rebellion, has et turn a letter : 13 Lets on Ohio street., meetly 24 feet !roots, ni.-
. to h t elativo in thin city . ,
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•spressing his de- n'ag:tf ., tzlek im a m
~,
II "441.5te0 Yes
rstenty%lrualed ' 4 ' sro near
:treat. i
o t'S ' return In his alie g'"" and" the Pres ' ' the I thio river , sear the Piemburcch Ind Allegheny i
ldint's prerisi ti o n, end ad r is in a !I h is friends , i5,„,,,, r 14.,..,.; and being at ahe ad t weel,, l
tbperone the some course. ' nee flea from the annoyanrm of dust s smoke.
' 'Tennis or Eat r—One-fierch cash, balance lu thus
ednal anneal payments, with Internat. Title ' , enfant.
Pious .+n In had at the Auction Dome, be Fifth
street, or of D. W. I. A d Dolt, Alt noli.-at•Lvor,
tin. 144 Vourth meet, Pittliburech.
&L.! DA TINA IIIcILWATNE. A earn.
_L....
0 IL PA LE l'liitiS. SUPERB COLLEE-
Tnist.—,n WZDNXSDAT :cats ism, Der.
glib, at 10 o'clock, will b. cold by cataiogue, at the
Commercbal gales Dooms, 14 l'lfth revert, a superb
col/cell. of CWI Painting; thalinest ewer °tiered at
public Pala Among them ere same at the choleeet
works Dom the Hallam Dio.lilortf. French and
American Schords. Every Painting le of rare m«l4
being the artlre collect!.o of ant Artlet al...nt leering
for Europe. Among teem are warts nom the fol. l
Wing rrObartlr Aetna., Met., Vertawickhoren.
tihreder, Professor Jacob., George Anclleld, 0 L.
Drown, Guiana, Caltenty, Hanterick. de A lm•
raid , . pinta, no cone, Copper. All the Pelotloge
are richly mounted In g It Dames. The snood. of
Counnheenn end lovers of Ythe art* la invited to
examine the collection, winch will be on exhibition
null! tim, , of sale. Also. -e lot of flue Ingileb,
rreueb and nmtrit an laugravitis-s.
.Ir2G DA YIN .6 IletLW.l ONE. AuCre.
i 10UNTEN TEAT AT AUCTION.—
5....) Ou 11 - I , .SDAIf EVENING, Doc. `:oth, at 7%
, ctsck, will be .1.1, in the wood now of the lion.
mercial Sales aeons., No F 4 rat, stress. Tl.l plate
of twid Mil:Late on tar Butcher • Linn Plauk Dual,
miles from the en,. ire., clocker a Rene walk, and
aVroihg lauds of Char Ire I olidoller, 11. Graham and
John kletlliode-s, having a fr.... of 13% peiches on the
plank mml. tool oZknalor lw. k '2l 'lda perches. son.
tw.l:.!x, a nor.-.; on Which ir •redesi a &V. stable
Anil new frame dwelling of four room. and attic... -
The pl. , iii onolcr newd cultivation, having • WWI,
1., of Aro., prey, Cheney and Peach trees, together
etch:Rise herd.. Via lAm - ries, Currants, sod other
shrnhaery, and a good well of nat.:, rissenton
given immediamly. Terms at labs.
dr= DAVIS A MeILIVATEII, Amiens.
. ..._..___ _ .________
0... F.. COM.) SCRER'I' it.EstpErvud AT
DC/ A GC rrtne..---•en• -ruaurar -tr.ro Ili % p...
'Zitti, at 734 o'clock, will trZe'etnid, at the Conorterelal
SAICIIK,umz, 64 rinb sleet, that lot of greeted Wu.
at. on the cast Ode of brood streot, betwoen Starke* I
alit Ferry etreete, having • front of IS feet on Second
strtet and extending back So tee. on which I. tweet-
' wl the threeein,l7 Blink Dwelling No ST eleemid et .
cc rankling hall. double pent, diala g .r rer ca. kitchen,
wastnwom end eta bed MOM. ; gee and .uteri also
root The basso la Ludt le the moat snlatantial
manner, and occnpka one of the most accessible loca
tions in the city.
Toans—One.thlrd cash, residue to one and two
Ira..-s, with interest.
,IrOS DAVIS A IteILWAINE, Aunt's.. I
EYgING GUETTE TELEGRAMS,
YA6rS DLOCKiDE EkNER (AMID.
ToAlbin State of Things in Bebeldom
n THE! REBELS ABABBOBED BY THE INDIARS.
EFFORTS ToI ,E Wl F.UA w KEN
116:, s g. of th v• • r II 1 r
MIME!
IMIMMIMM
Ni+l.4t th.l.ltl.l2mrzli
Pult...l.n.rtlLl., Dec. 2G,
The old and fnmots bhwkade tanning iron . ;
steamer Chatham, with I carga worth SI
was taken by the Huron, a tlie 44th, in ;
Lt bay Sound, Ga. The Captain and en4rogive
terrible accaints of the nI3IC of things In
Terreallein. They say that whole canna.cr
would dtaert if they could. The r-iwl sub
dices aro iLtily, coaling oil to the ship after
days an'd nights of fearful sufferings, capered
to flap marshes and fear of being might and
slaohisalacikilLsritahle fete if recaptured. Tho
Chatham has been VinTitirThis Mt:swabs
river fur SerCIIII 1310t1 1 / 1 4, fitting out and wait- •;
Mg a favorable chance in run out.
Tito isbandunment of the rebel cause by ina;
;Indians in Arkania , it fully confirmed. The
Choctaw climilaa. Curtale, n..th the other
relict leaders, Cool! in lo our lines awl culTeD• ;
tiered themselves b. Gen. McNeil. They have;
abandoned the idol allcriam c, nod desire to ;
us nit themselves .4 the President's Atanerly
Croclatnation. Tim que.tien of aalif3ing It
to embrace the ease 0 these Indians comes
•
up at Washington :
•
tinn. tiilinoro will tr:.. tho
Wrehawket, forthwith
TLo ItieLtuoud
portant..
filo. .out,:n, nothing izn
M. Potterron Alto: O , on diet for trea
EOLI.
The message of the re:,l Ocreerner of Texas,
is published. 110 is defiant to the last. There
L. no peace he. Texas unit! the Con Wen." is
neimowledged
The New Passport Kysl cm—English
Bark Seized—Arrivals from New
orluanu—Adviers from Texas. etc
Nvw Yoac, —Rules regulating the
new passport system hare been extended In
foreign vessels, and smell fart was eommuni
rated to tho British Consul yesterday.
The I.lnglieh bark Circassian wesseined here
yesterday under euApicions cireutosttinees, and
many arrests have bean made.
The 'steamers, Washington, from New Or•
loans tbe lttb, and the Mississippi on the
IStb,arrised to-day. The Washington brought
a hundred thousand dollars In specie. 'The
Mississippi brought a lot of rebel prisoners,
ineleding Maj. Ore. Gardner.
Tho not igution of tho M 4.. iseppi river f.
lore interrupted, the gtt nhoaL. keeping a eharp
look out.
Advises from Texas state that Gen. Wash
.lirne had started for Indianola, and Lavaca it
doubtless in unrpossessiun err Ibis. It Is he
tiered that San Antonia will also mow he in
our posses:ion, where our troops will concen
trate for the overthrow of the rebels under
Magruder.
Mexican Blockaded Ports--Privileges
to American Packets.
Waentsolon, Dec. 26.—Information was
received at the Slate Department to the ef
fect that orders had been sent by the Impe
rial tiovornment of Prance, to the Common
der.in-Chief of the French Naval forces in
the Pactlic Ocean, to place in a state of block
ade the ports of Acapulco and Serbia"; but
it is thought to a spirit of liberality and comity
on the part of the French Emperor, he hes
decided that the American packets which
constitute the lino between Panama and San
Francisco, shall continue to have the privilege
of tonahing at Acapulco, in order to renew
their stock of coal which they may need for
the completion of their voyage, it being un
derstood that those veasols shall not leave or
receive any paasengers at that i.ort, nr any
merchandise.
tiurrender of Rebel Indians—A ppreh en
sloaa lor an Immense Supply Train.
Emu Sucre, Deen,mber 24.—W0 loam that
the Choctaw chieftain, McCurtin, with other
rebel Indian leaders, came into our lines
to-day and surrendered themsolses to Gen.'
McNeal. They have abandoned the Corded
orate alliance, and profess • desire to avail
themselves of the President's amnesty procla
mation. Their example will have a powerful
influence over all the rebel tribe..
Mitch apprehension is felt for the safely 01
an lumen., Supply train on ita way from
Fort Scott, un account of tho presence of Stan-
Waite and Quantrell In that direction.
Rebel Ulockude Runner Captured—Ad
ekes from Port Royal.
Nor Yoe:, Deo. 20.—Tha rebel Wert ado
runner Cheatham, was captnrod by thu gunboat
Karon, about Der. lot, in Doboy Sound, On.,
while attempting to ran to stet, with a cargo of
cotton, to Rayon Resaolo.
Thn United Stator steamer transport Fal
lon, from Port Royal, Leo. g2d, and Stono
Inlet, at t. m. the same day, 'arrived loot
tvdtting. She Firings no bows. Matters re
main about the soma as at previous advices.
Gen. Ullman and Robert Small not
Psisoners—..Culpepper Occupied by
Our Forces.
PIMADELPILIIA, Loc. 26 —Cart. Irving, from
Libby p,rison, 'says thoro is no truth in the ro•
port that Uon. Ullman wets ti prisoner in Rich
mond.
. Tbo story of the capture of the negro pilot,
Robert Small, by tbe.rebols in Cho:team!, is
antroi. , 'lfe - still acts no pilot in oar &mt.: ,
11 . e4d4wirtir ',Army of tAit Xtoutac, nee.ll6o
Culpepper attd vicinity aintoir octmplatil44
titans faros , dont infantry with aiiillary:
En
CL4LIEF 40EXT8 7
()ENSIGNS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
=I
13=31
by tbuo U. IS. floyerunmt.
lin Ti IrTl3 STRIC.ST, 2.3 door Woo th. Onthidral
ENE
Penneyisanta Soldiers wet of the monntalroo, Lud
as. Ohio Seidler., and Waat Virginia Soldiers, can
bare their Prnabmrs, Booty and B. Pay snared
at Oda °fate.
Circular. will Iv gent giving faU information to
the Soldiers, or to doccorml Soldiers' Helm, showing
who ore entitled to the Pension, Itoonty and Bort
Ihry, and the =moor of coming the maw y.
, by appl
lug to mo by lector or In'. •
44r No charge until mdlocted. sr9:lyaz.h,
MILITARY CLAISIS.
EXLMKTION CILAIEttI.
W. J. 8c HALL PATTERBOR,
lid Fourth Coon,
Maims for PENSION, 6001:TY, PACE and =-
VIA PAT, BUSSISTENOX, PRIM; lIONET, and
HOUSES Imt or killed lo .orrice, promptly st
toodnd to.
LX MPTIOY CLAMS otters:Ad to without do
lay.&Arum
. - ---
M HATA R Y CLAIMS, BouNTrEs..
J. PENSIONS, 'BACK PAY am! MILITADY
CLAIAIS of every 0,.00-1011, , b, ,--11,tr4 by lbs 4010
geribor, cha ibllowfug valet, alt: Pensbnla elo 00;
all other c 1,1101,053 50.
V. C. TATLOII, Attor . p4 at Law,
Nu. 7l Grunt street." Pittsburgh. Ps.
N. D. No charge* are mode If 11,. claim dues not
lllet.tlal. sad all luformatton Oren gratis. ue4:l7
It'.l,V7'S.
ANTED.--4CO A MONTIL—Wo want
W
Anents at {son meet'', expenses paid, to eon
one ErwW , Wian Peseik. Oriest4rDenssre, and thirteen
ether new, useful and cannotarticle,. /Steen arti
cles sentfrea Address,
de22lnlawT BELAU' A MANN. DlddeLtrd. I.
$75 AWant to biro A ts
MONTHh. erery county et 975. month, t en e
paid, to eell my new cheap Fondly Seeing M e Lhlrow.
Address, 1. MADISON, Alfred Medea
as24:3=dewT
OILS. 4•e.
R IDES & CLARK,
WEINISSION BIZEOIIAZTB.
I=l
Petroleum and its Predicts, Oils
Ca EID &88, da, to
a BROAD Tom
94 WATER S. IS2 TAOIST 818—....Prrratosaa.
oar Apntafor the PORTLAND ETROZZNIC OIL
WORKS, NEW TORS PARATYINE OANDLZ
COIIPANIL Ara
W. A. CHAPMAN, AOlll7,
apl7Bas 98 Water A II Prone ea
LUaNT.OII4 WORKS. -
DUNCAN, DUNLAP it CO.,
flartafoctnrers of
Pure White Refined Carbon Oils,
Waco, No. 291 LISICIVIT arm?,
ITIEZETI
ASID fur VW. taLE.
MURAT FOB CA.9ll.—Tho Lot tan foot
front on Tosnaend stroot, SLIM Ward; and raw
back 100 rove to m, allay. Tho Ilona. la a tiro-glory
brick, containing are rooms, and 'von lb* rear of
the lot, fronting on the alloy. A good bargain may
bo bad by applying room to JOttN BIiONYLSCIN,
roirnsond intact, or at •
deinaor !Pais 07110 E.
.
LADIES' 1 1 )1i,THAILT.F.-
NIEPI, Writing Peaks Pocket ICltlvearGold Peak
Photograph Album., Toy Ilivkai. A duaamorttionit
of Games, Choke 0111 Booka Pocket Books, Marko.
Abuartack 'awl 4 great variety of bettotttal good.
adapted to tlaeionott, tot. Patna Feddial
neat Alleghed7. • .
.4141. , - T.. V:I7AKEPIA3di.
IMI
II
MOST- AiI'AWY/I14:115,110111-1
nty tn
earl; . *ha salter, is ma le ot - tooi
JAS. ROSS'S; 87 Stir - Aatitrest.
JfI7ISIC,Nc.
THE HOME CIRCLE, Vol 1. •
VIE IMRE CIRCLE, Vol. 2.
EY , . .
ii .
.-- ZONMISSION.i7WARDING.IIS 2 4 I . !.,
,prkde and • =4: Pettnlcuil! ,
Ha 11/ 11W13 , PITTSBpSCIEL • •
,- aPLltasl:Calk '" . 1 / 4 a eatilit'aiiiin 9a. th a
71
eittepergb or Eartepe ;Sae • - .
ar~aar
Myers. J. S. D ibradh a Cove
Springer lisiNLagh r sq.,
Thompson Bell. Seq.; E
Proil.
mhlo:Ra
C HAS. O. MELLOR.% I 1 lA.e4 a.8R0.,
THE SILVER CHORD
Talc saovra OF PEARLS.
The ,boss ere chola, collectWog corfoW std Ine
itraziental Musty clostatly bowdd;'tniiablo fix
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
SOB SALE BY 4 - It
BI WOOD DTLIZET.
dell
CHRISTMAS PIANOS.
An entire nes elm% of the unrivalled
KNABE PIANOS !
iTir.tiThWtiV2,Zit"X,.."Z,'Z'". Fit!'
LIAISES 111108. N. V. PIANOS I
. .
Which base been used In this city fur Moon yen's+
and are aclinoarlostged to bo tbo beat in the countrj
at the price. Moo. the
Grovesteen Itasevrood 7 Ootave Plantl/4
Warrooted for lire Iran. Cheapest Plana mad..
PIIINErS MELODEONS,
Flo-flostAn the_workl. _Au_efftiro_ Ina stock of Of
ttio different otylesjuat roodfrd. Ai q 11,01..dfons of
.then make..
CHARLOTTE ELITHEi
FITTIII , It err.
=
5.7
An entire um stock of the 1 I
CHRISTMAS PIANOS!
Unrivalled Saabs Pianos,
Cemprielug,G;e' 034 and 7 octrve PIANO FONTES;
trltb plan an clabors.tely carved casts.
Also, lIAINES ItROS N. Y. PIANOS, which haw
been mad il3 this city for the past Darien years, am'
acl-nowledged to be the best In the country at the
Alm, the CE. OYESTEEN 7 cat. creosoted PIANO,
tel five yeare ; cheeped made.
PRINCE'S MELODEONS, the Lest to the world.
An rutin now stock of the different kinda just io
nised. Also Ifelnleene of other mats..
CHARLOTTE BLITHE,
EI:=1
MEW TESTIMONIALS.—
"The Mallad Matters of diet East
S
speaking out In in of DECREE'S
PIANO!
Alter having examined the Plano Fortes of the
DECHEIt BROS. very camfnily, we ham
corne to the conclusion, and ch.rfully ift,tify, that
they ant in every respect superior instruments. Thar
than le pure, tick brilliant, very distinct, arol of an
entirely toneleal character. Them workhotaship to
of the mry best, plainly thanonstrittln&that cone but
the very out utaterlalt are mod, orPth•fr touch,
mwuness dintequality of lone throughout the whole
PourtwAs of the key board, nuenrpamed by soy ethos
lano - Portntre have yet seen.
S. B. RIM, Theodore Themes, William Rll4ob,
Chas. Pradell, Theo. Began, editor of the tixeical
Beriesested World; Cori Ansliuts, Director of the
German Opera; John Zundel, editor Jettracit if rub
tie WorshiP F. 1.. Ritter, Carl Wolleaho, Plan."
A choice lot of these superior lustrutacnte Just sr
riving.. J. At HOFFMAN A 888..
th<3 61 Filth street.
011111:,:TNIAS PRF.SENT.M/
A magniAcrnt rm, ,, 0.1 7 tw1a.1.2
Concert Grand Piano,
PO.ly carnet, made by liliAttk: & CO.;
CHARLOTTE BLUME,
a. B.lw 43 11}111 STEEL'?
l'A'S URAJrCE.
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY
FILLE.—FILANKLIN FIRE POIURANCE
PANY OF PIIILADY.LPIIIA. Wilco, 415 .13 44
Chntaut street. Set , rum.
Statement of Awns, January tat, pabllsbed
Agreeably to an set of Aseemt beteg—
First /Mortgages, amply tecureJ_..--tIJS6XI2 06
Beal LRAMs (petal val. F 169,314 61) mat 1U2..1.5 6
reailktruy 1... m w amply Collateral
lA= QS
Stocks (present raise 590.6G7 72) mot-. 99,7 " °C
Nowa and I,lel fee
27.619 OD
fss
SOT the wily profile from sdemiums which. this
Comp.,. am divide Ly law e.ro from riekeorbia
ham Levu determine& .
Itasommos made on awry dowription of pnvert• y,
In town and onntrt7, at =ea as low wa an comistent
with .cattily.
dittos their locerrporation, a perird of thirty years,
they Lore paid lo mm by in to an mnorint exceeding
Far lifithost e Wien, theiclty afforang eoldonre
of the atlrmititow of Irlaurtnce, en well as their shill.
ty and dispoailima to meet with promptness nil tin.
tusaea paid during-iLe-yr.lBng..:
MILEMOTd ; •
Marti...N. Barletta, Lsaac Lee,
Merdemi D. Leerle, Jacob L. Smith,
Tel.. Wagner, Edwaril C. Dale,
David S. Balm,
N.
Geo. W. ILlcLards,
Samuel Crept, Charge Take,
CHARLES .. °ANON ER, Preadeal.
EDWARD D. DALE, Vic* Pres•dnal.
W. L. Brurh
/ J. GARDNER. COPYIN, Ape..
earl DIRro Nortbesct eor. Wood X Third .a.
INSURANCK.
Insurance Co. of North America.
PUILADILLPHIA
Insurance Co. of the State of Penna.,
=I
PITTSBUIIGEI. PA.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company
=l7 - Insurance In the above old and tellable co=
pant. tan be obtained en applicallon to
fe:r7:dly Bagaley'all.llnra, Hf Water ettvet.
INSURANCE COMPA
YY NY Or PITTSTURGII,
IL MILLER, ,li., Preside*.
P.M. GORDON, &aviary.
°®a, No. te Wear attat. Spas a Op.'. 'Ware
ham°, op main. Pa-ob. - 0-
DV/ itoswe qgahla an Nab of rav and Etat.
Rah. A Ilea. fadle,tw. emusgred 17 Patton soar
are all Inca ia roomagaity. at who aro alar
m:at, by promptness rod liberrotity, taaiatoia
Aortae, gala Pow kat assonant, a atr.aat) ba
protection to that mho <tattoo to be auroral.
DIIIXTOVII
R. Miller, Jr., Andrew Ackley,
Junes McAuley, Alexander Speer,
Nathaniel Dolmas, Dalrd M. Lolls.
Aka. Nitulck. Rets J. Tllnat.
Gunny., Darsle, : Benj. I. Bakelreil,
Campbell B. Micron, Julia N. M'tiuire.
C. W. lacketson,l N
cuyNl P. M. GORDON, Secretary.
CRTIZEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
‘.../ OY PITTSBURGH. oMce, corner Market and
Water etructa,s,c. onitScar. . . . . .
SAMUEL REA. &mt.«.
;mum Steamboats and Carom
fluor." against Itue itrid (Lounge In the tierluation
I the Southern and Western rarer*, LA.; and
Rpm., end the narigatlen of thaf3eas.
Itvuia against lons end dames., too/.
• -
•
DilLtrealus.
Wm. Bagsley,
J. Park. Jr..& M. BJer,
John Bhlptofi,
W. O. Johnston, James M. Cooper,
B. F. Jr.,ou gtageir..
Ike. Osten., J.
Elm T. M. flown, John S. IMlrrorlb,
Barclay Preston, Wm. •
Illonhare, de307y..1
P EOPLES INSURANCE CO3IPASCY
°Bice, N. E. cornet Wood & Eft& Sty.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Wm. Phillips,
John Watt.
Wm. B. Ham
Jahn K. Parke,
Marks S. Dimon.
Wm. V. Kirk,
P=WO73OB. PA.
lrm• r
3011 N
WU. V. CIARDNEII,
A LIA '
i'GITENY INSUBAISCE COM
PANY OF rirrstipau.— 011leo, go. #7
rirn Itroet; Bank Bleck.
Nauru ogalnot all Mods or Tire. and Barba 31610.
ISAAC) JONI% /Wad:4
JOIIN B. aI'COILD. 1... Prai4,l,,'
D. M.
al!ra 491.
Jatuk - IL - •
:.4‘•7t. Alban
B. tarlig, •
'Capt.
Ik:hitt raw '
nOW./1:14111,!:
lasso Joao. - . -
CL ,
0 •
Jet blf a n,
0,11.
VOLUME - -] O .
near \
Crude and Relined . Petrolehflh
BEN7I-2nota.,
Vitstwas cntrosted to - our 'Cis. will reiclro our
prtorpt. versos:Al
Refer to hlarn.llkhardsov, llsrley :Co.,Drawer.
Some t Co., stul.lildltelland It Darla, Plltsbargh ;
Thos. Smith, Esq. rmat....ll4lik• N. E.; ti. L.:roMr
4! Co., Philadelplkia. nr.2%ll___
IRON CITY 011:1V1111S.S. •
--• • LYIIAI ttITIIORPENI
. _
&wr T,
:lila iiihetnrer? it/tenors ot=l,l3oN D, ' LINN
ZINE AND LUDDIOAIIND OILS, asuld . 'yrs In
C.TCUPV• P* 1 7 .4 .C. ) -T , if M.
Plrtnaysnu. Pa.
iETRoLEENL 'CTIItISSION• MER
- CITANTS.
ARMSTRONG
OOEEE PIAZZA.§, LivErtrooL, USCL.IND.
riltVIC:l3:
New Yorl—Meaara 11. O. Don &Co ;nl4 Drefadm.y.
.Pittalnergk-.3Lesaa. U. G. Dun dc Co. Latccaca Oil
; Anleaco 011 Co.
For tonna andlinforonation apply to
Coe and Fouith street; Pittaboroti.
De L MILLER, .h.,
123 ws.t.strr sr„.rtruaikunte.
CRIME & 4EI DIED. PETROLEUM
On Connobalom qsciosßell. •cialgea of otod
mamma le Tem
STORAGE. FOR RETIRED to cool 'oblllszi. Tar
CRUDE, raider good abed, ,
Particular attention paid to FOR REFORM
Fon ."<-4 -. ILCSTIC RUDA. RUDA ANIL 6,
I=
CABOT & PEMBERTON, ,
General Merehnndize Brokers,-
115 SOUTH FRONT ST., rimanzi,PaLt.
CRUDE & REPINED PETROLEUM,
CAUSTIC SODA, SODA ASH, DRISISTON'S,
DRUGS, OILS, dm, tc.
ALLEN A; NEEDLES,
00/fif/SS/ONALL*E.+Iflif
Particular attention pal ;conftfromottin of
Crude and Refined Petroleum.
ea' Moral advancoo mean.
HENRY JOE,
U smut rcort 5T., PIIILADXLMA.
=I
Broker 41:, Commission Merchant
CRUDE ft REFINED PETROLEUM,
LUBILICATING OIL MU, DENZoLS.
And deabs . is Crude and Refti..l.-TIVIROLEBEI
BARRELS. sn3:ly
B REwEdt, 13URIiE ,k CO.,
GLOBE, rActrio LND s
unErry oiL wonss.
Refined or Crude Petroleum.
,emu
.......WTLLiIZ CCRTIA
WALLACE d; CITETLS,
And &den In
CRUDE & REFIRED PET4OLETIN,
air,Nzwe /SD Lusamartla OILS,
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lie, 151 EOUTH WILLEVEL9, PHILADELPHIA.
dr Stormy espaelty (ander torer,)forlA,ooo blast. !"
Alm imcellent facilitirs for shipping to America. 'i
and Foreign peals, at our wharf on tho Schuylkill
River. near the platform of the P. E. P.— iriVnlY
WALES, WETIIORE dr. CO.,
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at their yard area erhart. Rea Hem
mylttl
Atp.MILNIICK .t OA I .I,FSDKR,
2U and 213 Eion+ll Water Street,
w. P. JON S, ebeag.
EROS WOODWA_RD,
pedal attention gina to the ribs et
Crude and Relined Fetroletun.
No. 111 Aorra YNONT trfltEET,: PIMA.
ce4tezet
J•cosORAIT
.pEI'HOLITH OIL WORkS.
Ifausohotoroxo of
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PRIME WRITE CARBON OIL, RENZOLE AND
PETROLEUM LUBRICATING OIL.
Capacity two thounaa Dines r.r
GEESE -
Once, MONONGAIIELA MOUSE, IMOlLotts.
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RO.B.Pda ASHWORTH,
-- No. In. czam ST., rirrsitraan•-
Forwarding & Commissionlderchant
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car ILLUMINATNG, LUDEiCATINCLCBCDE
PRTBOLEIMI ke, euesteAtiymi r t at m-.,
for WO it the lowest market prime, gmeeignmente
Ma ankle solletted:
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WOODVILLE OIL lI.E.FLVEIL.
GP:I4 N. Ill:ILI:Male.
Inaanfactaseta at .B1:1111ZIE6 OIL-AND LI/BEICA
TINO Keen
u - O IL. band. thczery bat
_quality of nur.saNG OIL. elear.sad sad
I w a- 't m tn w .F ., t cobs;
am, a grE 80.
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Bank Block, msond Ewe. Wlit I•swompTlE•t•,,
EIZIDZI
Jame/ D. Vigne•x,
Capt. Jaw L, Rhoads,
Sunnrl P. Shrty..",
Georg* P„ Jam.,
Daniel Wallace.
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Office, Ho. d 9 11614 D SIUET.
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Orden to boy or cell prompt', atteltdad to.
PEISLADELPHI2,
COMMISSION E:I3I3,CHANTS,
Limas of the
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'COB. DIIQIIZEINS WAY 3 ELLITCOOK STS., i
Commission Merchants,
COMMISSION II).".1.10IIIINTS.
SHIPPERS OF PETROLEUM,
112 MAIDEN LANZ, NEW TOILE
Maple. tkellltten for n'OBAGE - AND SIIIPPING,
OIL BROKERS.
Cllto4oo
Mr ernslipmna• molicitod.
Lyday 3 Choxpefining, Cron City on worlin.
Job Painter, of J:Palnter A co,
Inn. IL Chalfant, (.144nt 3 Co.
(L■u of {Pm. D. Rondrard & Co.S
OMiTZAL 'COMM:ISSION
lIERC/lANT,
AND DEALIM IN orLii.
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