The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, January 08, 1866, Image 2

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at the Improved appearance of its typogra
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have been hitherto using, and wi enable
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same space.
Our advertisements, especiall , look
•
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',edifiers w
.. be gratified at the shill di,
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the desire d rominence witiMut o ending
.the eye by tho glare of huge ty . We
- Anti be mabled, by the economy Of space
Sittaiilerby it change in our type to get in
ail our advertisements, hereafteri and we
-Irak. wo shall never again bo onipoiled
to crowd -them out. Their olaw,i,fication,
140,' under appropriate heads, is \aU ad_
Vantage all round. • .
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Cillrlt6l2l 'as all others do. -
The speech of Mr. Sumnza, which we
tire to-day, should be generally read. The
reader will nee that Mr. Strmsnit was not
guilty of the violent language attributed to
'dm. nor did he indulge in rude epithets or
harsh oblargatio ns. The whole speech is
characterized by the scholarly, gentlemanly
'lone °FALL Mr. StritiNEß'l3 efforts, and the
Sects be propente have not been and cannot
-beimpeachaci.
- - CABINET PRACTICES AND OPINIDets.
Tho telegraph announces that two Howls
• a' Departments have avowed their purpose
'Cob* to , dispense- no patronage through
tufaMboa or Congress who tail to give in
their sdhesien to "the President's Policy."
Do thaw Secretaries imagine that the Presi
, doable supreme, and that Congress has no
• _lhnetion under our system of government'
except. too obey thObeheithfof the Executive?
A ptwOr of impeachineril resides in Con
gress which it will be well not to provoke.
.4 member of the Cabinet recently de
.
" dared it to to his opinion that all the hon
. ad, truthful, and high-toned men at the
Skinth were rebels; while all the Union peo
-,. were thieves, swindlers and cheats. Ho
' l sYelre4 thole opinions as reasons for pre
• 'lering tkgiye his confidence to rebels ratlx
,/,...
,er Owl . to Unionists. Now thatprospoctive
ebllltraintheCabinetare underdiscussion,
-rwvkinggeet it would be a goodthing to send
thin member of the Cabinet - into rustics-
t4r'--
A.trietnber of tho Cabinet has - expressed
the oPinion'that the Legal Tender Ant is
unimisatitutiorml; and oven goes so far as to
itaythat he did not fielleye any gentleman,
ll~ting..ott 'spinier' simply as a lawyer
"meld take any other view• We do notbn
liar "ho to trio rigid man in the right
111711 ERNA TORLILL.
,
t4O - Union slde the prominent condi
4(„es.-•, .farm '
can be judged from. the
-are Gen. J. H. bloontmen. of
y, Mr. W. W. Firrarrus, of Lu
genets litr.loart CESSNA and Col. ritAi"-
,
liaX3 RADA.* ist Bedford., and Gen. Jonn W.
1444; of Cumberland. At the present
Moment Itlooks ea If the contest was be.
tliega ;Zia Ant named two gentlemen.
On thademonratto aide Mr. Cimnan, of
norY.s;:i*Otatt. t0..b0. the favorite; though
- 1 11e7;-"G:W...,Cesit, of Allegheny, 'and Mr:
.-AaL4raoitra,„of Carbon, are spoken of. It
txrdlhor. remarked, - however, that in 1853
the Inside of the track as
has nowt • but 170 a easily die-;'
timotd: at. may be that, that discomfiture is
;013."--,#0:.'5-6d!!Pan. him.
5.44
'l7t6Chteggci Tribtine tulle attention to the
- *-_-error: of speaking of the recon
,,---s•,.dai: Elaisk :ea 'containing " eight mg
: Dania tiVekiiii. ninaticky, Missouri, Ma-
Wed. Virginia are
ttu3 Insurgent. Sthtes; 4nd
Deli.Trtrt
. • -
• ~, ..... ',717,3ib 664100
.0011;u:di of - colored tnelude3 the free
t' 'tho , !thwart: . 'The population of
. .exei :IA over gogiiiern StAt..s woo Mt
5,1:11.1002
",701,9a3
ill, therefore, W 3 five to
. -- ,three:Ltuttpuct'Of elght.t,o (our.
farina
;Yeurnal demi:meat his neighbor of tho
s .,4*.e.kit.,:i* a "howling w
'wean"- ho
tigimdt:s toothless jaws" and. in . Ma
7,-COUnao:.47 - 033 . gynumstios "rolls
treer - rnd If - it'd - and - tears and soils himself."
lirrealtOtild bite foam+ this toothiew, buret
tote,l-,thid"lds • gnu* and biting bilnself.l
„Burestliresedition deka not end here, W e
that this bowling hyena is
"cattle-fish,"
lioeMbliry," a "vulture," and a
...t, - ,43>terkx•Artbsi editor's!' tho „betase'rat - , is
: t~icYontftl6b, from Lb*, description; to be
t]dnsidelaQ and a dog,under
1,4 wagon Ea) leadt a whOle. moans -
',...2lo..onthra ' aing•hemd„ , bird and fish in ow
body, and may bo looked - upon - as WI
otgui. entir e macaw *au6n.
---timsr,ftteinnati tannineretal - advisee the
. .
' Ohto i "Kontaelty; and Indiana) tp
Arista as lurialy of sorghum thecotning sea
pen mpC lble , and to Make as ranch - ma ;
littwar.pa they can fox homo use. It' is
tow toler4oly sure that, vorylltde sugar and
molasses con bo expected than the sugar
', pradt*g r'egion or the South. The same
tdidoe. l3l 4, L ho 'extended to Penney:l'mila.
. _
Tb 5.4.5 4.3UTTOrfh3 PmauxurrEn.—lt has'
beitioideined'in Vie '48154 that nc;
tratfions,Und that tr ho haa
any blue
..elet.lies be :rank . get they - dyed.
-The t of the rebel uniform, grey, Is
not
r,eldbited; Vielcaburgbav'ing thus had
lieifUniat eu43ational nniforin her re-
°Ong-Unction' brio: 3 : be considered nn corn
.Z.lizsforterzdvt: - --:. "No ..State,”‘ says ,Treat-
- dent Jolißaox, ‘!citn - be * regarded as thor
ouglily memaized which hits not' adapted
irnPreralbje gibmintoxf for the. rights Of the
••• freedmen.", What Southern State has yet
a.daitted "iirrercratc guarantees for the
rights of the frefxtraen?”
e
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`,DAY, JANUARY P, 19;5
OUR PAPEA
Imo. SUDINEWS SPEECH
White. l'iblere.d.
:11.5491 , i 171,131
W. 4,923 11 771
.. ... 011017 2`.1, ~16)
1,06P,603 • 11.,.511
HA WC ALIS S I-WIILIT IS I t
• bin SeAnt.ottig, of Ohio, who has a rep-
Utation fop being about na Radical a 4 any
body, tuul - who hag earnNl that reputation
by n tong (course of open and independent
action, Luis defined Radicalism, not
mental or emotional principle or tendency,
Inn in the concrete, in it, practised work
ings towards the iteronstruetion of the Reb
a Snrtes . lie Jaecrlearly stated whnt
iralirm is; that' is; it exaCibi as terms
on is tut h it will viiind,nit bs the adinissipu of
Reprocs 'motives front the revolted States to
mats in Cienrreep. Pray, look at these e.trt
diti;its
1.
Extend the rarld of suffrage to isdorisl
In, n in the 1 / b , tr;ct of rolumbia.
NV, loner define.- a democrat to '•one
ailhercif to government by the people,
or favory the extension ,of the right of sof
frage to all classm of mem' Aristocrits
may aecount democracy Itarli,^al, anal it
doubtless is in the same sense. that Christi
anity Itself is Radical, and in no other.
2. Amend the Constitution of the United
States in respect to the apportionment Of
representation anal direct racist, so that
blank people shall not I. counted with the
Priallatien except in States where they are
permitted to vine.
. It used to be regarded, in this Country, an
a fundamental principle of republicanoqui
ty that Taxation and Itepresentation should
go together; that Obligation should be the
measure of Privilege. This is Radio:Otani:
but is I otTensivo only where aristocratic, or
monarchic ideas and tendencies prevail.
a. Insert a Constitutional provision pro
hibiting Nullification and Sec.rossion.
' For twenty years, at least, there has been
formidable debate over the right of a Stain
to:secede. Opinion has been greatly di
vided. The most gigantic, costly and bloody
war recorded in modern history, has been
waged over this dogma. Is it not time to
settle it? Ought we to hand this great de
bate down, as a malignant heirloom, to the
generations following?
4. Prohibiting the Repudiation of the Na
tional Dcbt, and prohibiting the assump
tion by Congress of the Rebel Debt.
In it objecticnnblo to ask this guaranty
for the national credit ? Is it offensive thus
to protect the holder of national bonds, as
well no the loyal tax tax payers? Is It
tvrong to stipulate, once for all, that the
eople of the loyal States 'shall not be called
upon, at any future time, to reimburse the
moneys expended in endeavoring to over
threw the government
5.. To provide that no person who has ta
ken up arms against the government, or
who may herealler so take up arms shall
be admitted to seats in the Senate or 11,Juso
of itepreoentaiveo.
IB
this harsh and vindictive I' Or, is it
not rather a measure of common prutionoo?
Ought men who have occupied years, and
devoted all their talents' in plotting the de
struction of the government, and whose
hands are red with the blood of its defend
ers, to be admitted to seats in its deliberu
1EN.,1,11A hl ie.: .7
—lt may Le that all these suggestions
of grarni.lya do not meet general approval.
well. They do not necessarily stand
cr fall together, but are independent propo
anima. Sime of them, at least, ought to
• 14. rd..l•Ell. It is a blind fatuity to huddle
the Suttee primaturely together, again,
without exacting safeguards for the future.
Arrangements may be contemplated, or
may, actually have been consummated, for
a now political party, of which Integer
Rebel, Copperhead, and Conservative shall
be the fractions. To comprehend the affini
ties by which these elements are prone t,
eoale!,ce, it is not necessary- to be an expert
ha the philosophy of recondite forces. here
all is palpable to the sight, and only <oars
eat manipulation is requisite to detect and
expose the congruousness of the parts and
their adapiednisst to each other. But the
loyal republican' masses would as soon bs
come ngredients in the charmbroth of a
witch cauldron:as enter that unholy corpus
that, begins to die as soon as It is born, and
sends; out the stench of putrescence with
the first motion of life.
"Black npfrita and white,
Blae spirits see grey.
trat7gunfl4l:l"ly':
cOVEROR ANDREWS ADDRESS.
We have the full text of tt. Ho does not
favor reconstruction without conditions. He
Hays:
I venture the opinion that the Govern
ment of the United States ought to require
the Inept° of those strum to reform their
Constitutions :
1. Guaranteeing to the people of color,
now the - wards of the nation, their civil
rights as men and women, on an equality
with the white population, by amendments,
Impel/table in terms.
. 2. Regulating the elective franchise ac
cording to certain laws of universal applica-
Mon, and not by rules merely arbitntry, ca
pricious and personal. '
3. Arirtulling the ordinancee of secession.
4. Disaffirming the rebel debt, and
.5. To ratify the anti-slavery amendment
of the United States Constitution by their
legislatures.
If the States fail to give these guaranty.
then he would have the Federal Constitu
tion amended to cover these points. But he=
gees still farther. Hear him:
I believe that I have shown that under
our ferleragOonatitution,--:
I. An the people of the rebel States must
chars In the benefits to be derived from the
execution of the national guaranty of Re
publican Governments.
2. That our "republican form of govern
ment" demands "The maintenance of equal
ity between free citizens concerning pad
- 1C1437113 and the distribution ofeurvrimoss,
calor-ding to caplet!) and (I,ert, and not ac
cording:to the accidents of birth."
3. That people "of African descent," not
lees than people of the whiter:lce, am inclu
ded Within the category of free subjects and
dtizens of tile United States.
4. That, in the distribution of political
power, under our form of government, "an-
SCEST if neither the evidence of right, nor the
ground ry disfranchisement," so that
5. That the disfmnehlHement of free cid
zen.s fc.r:the muse of "dexcott,'• or for any
reason other than lawful disqualification, as
by nonrresidenee, Inonaturity, crime, or
want of intelligence violates their constitu
tional rights.,
6. net In executing our national guaran
ty of republican government to the people
of the rebel Shttes, we must secure the con
stitutiontd, civic liberties anti from:Ms:a of
all the people. •
7. ThhL.we haven° right to omit to secure
I to the new citizens, made free by the Unbar,
in war, their *equality of rights before the
.law, andtheir franchises of every 'tort—in
cluding the electoral franchise—tuxtonfing to
Jaws and regulations; of universal, and not
of anemia and capricious, application. ! .
The Governor makes the' suggestion of 'a
generous confidence in the rebel tendons;
from which we dissent, but not as broadly
the telegraph led veto suppose.
The arramercrialVerttured the prediction'
Chat- GoVernor Cour= would respond
heartily to the utterancos.of Gov. ANDISSW.
trust!this full" Statement of Gby. Art
easy's confusion will not. induce our cOn-
Uniperary to recant. The writer hereof,
pow for many years apolitical and personal
friend to Gov. CUltTfri, pine the channercial
in the expression -of the hope and the defiro
that,-upon his return from Cuba, with re
stored health and vigor, he will electrify his
old and tried friends throughout the Comm
,
monwealth, by tones as certain and as'tnam
ly as those of the retiring Governor of gas
atichusetta.
LIGHT lIHL'AKING. g
Oen. Sctn:veg trade a speech at com m .
bits;Ohloi ono day last week, In which ho
stated, "You Will find that Congress will
stand by the President, and that, the Presi
dent will Stand by Congress," and that "all
dllllcultie will be oiercome." We accept,
this emphatic declaration a s evidence that
harmony . and co-openition ;rill be secured
.bt`tween the Executive and 1..e1 4 0, sratlvo De
partments of the government.
, . TIME'S AVENGES.
Judge Ttitimnur.t., in his bill for the Pro
f.eilirAu of the Freedmen, has adoptod much
of 1h working machinery of the Fugitive
Slave LaVij thus inalatig-what WWI invent
eilits 'fit iiiikiument of oppresuton turn to
the inithertince 01(.4161 rights.
HADIPSiIIRE
The C4Mservatives nre xtriving M mann
faetnro an eliffOrkeillent of ltordnratinu ou
of the New Itampshirt , Repo/4.1,mi r,ol u
Th, Prr.,
0. 111 , 1:::.•11 of I iati 1/1••
iutundd•n puiley of A5O/lEW .It2o
Tln•c witiv)ut
Lt 1 u_ rt. t
Thf•
-0 1 hat W r reeognizo in .\ tit Jittlytiott,
Mesa out of the foiled ssutra , theiusteitt
zen,t nittuvre !nit rint.um t the thsttugut ishoti
watt stnam that iii 11.4. nod 1011111er of
lute annual inensace b. lAitlX/133.3 liii ki our
Wi l l 11 1 ;it
~eolstt ton, cod augers well for the
sue, it.. 01 hi/. .‘ll/1/ Imparation. We plolge
11.111 t,or 'Warty 1.01- ditietleo•6ll:l Sapp
ail IC, It, .1. store harmony amt
nnt-
Ili:rl trust to W r'•n itle difk t rtillt nit+ of
010011 the basis of universal Utt
erly and exact justive WO."
11 1... t in nut a qualification, then the de -
naa-ratie supporters of the President have
grozolly misunderstood his policy. The
same Cons'ention passed the followintr:
"It is the sacred duty of Presidont,and of
CongTesN, to coo that the ordttlantie of uni
versal entuneipation, writt -n in the blotsi
of our tifittill lxi tit any
subterfuge atinalksl ur made of nu in
that is a rant of tho President's p
of motoration, any anti-slavery titan I
endorse it "without qualilleation."
Consolidation of Allegheny. Monet:tester.
and Duquesne Boroughs..
3lessus. Em-roga 7,-1 bare heard several pro.
Pie (Tar versing, in our venerable borough, of
consolidating Allegheny, Manchester and In,
curse,. boisrughs. The matter, by what I nn.
derstand, is under serious consideration, las
properly it should he,) and citizens of .tile_
gheny and adjoining boroughs should, by pule
lie meetings, dismiss and debate this important
,question freely. The geographical position of
Allegheny City and surroundings destined her
to bu the greatest metropolis of the West.
Splendid scenery, pure air, comparatively
Phan streets, having all the advantage, for
e.hipping either by rail or water courses, she
would, by annexing the two boroughs to her,
have a mormepacious area than Pittsburgh
Manchester has already taken the appearance
of a city, the cleanliness of her strmits, the reg
ularity of her buildings, the eheerfulnesi of
her position, makes her attractive and sough)
by everybody as a quiet place for residence.
But Manchester never was (twined to he the
retired spot for the wealthy merchant or me
(drank., her facilities for trade, landing or
shipping are too great. Within thesis last four
years manufactures of steel and Iron works
bare sprung up as if by magic, and dwellings
for operators are In continued demand. Thou
sands of ionises have been built, where a few
years ago the plough was silently bony in till
ing the HMI, and yet, with all this enterprise,
with all this magnitude of works, Manchester
Is hardly. known twenty miles from here. ity
consolidation what would she loser Nothing
but her came, which is hardly known orit.Mie
of ter corporation. What would she gain t
Everything. Allegheny at present in one of
the best managed cities, with gas, wider, good
market-nonce, splendid town-hail, large
grounds for parks, effielent pollee and fire
department, and Perhaps there is nut another
city In the West with more 4utind finances; her
bonds compromised, and prevision made for
their payment, without harassing property
boldcia i her three and valuations at reason
able rotes.
Manchester by annexing would gain all
those facilities. She uses, at present, Ain, al e
isey's gas arid water, but not to hush extent an
even to m ak e the towel safe from lire. Titer,
la no engine houses or the apparatus, or tiro
plugs. Them IN but one school hoes., Ile.
Obliging parenie to send the Ir C'lllatum a
distant*: of over Pi miles , lurreig the bate,
cold days or keep them at home without any
edturaticm. 11y .. .consolidating she wordd
Sr other school house, an engine ha.,,, On.
odors She would be ropreAentett h, birth
COU.Ttelln, and have an efficient pollee to k erp
, 11 check evil doers, snit her streets illumine.
ted. /luting large spare of ground on her one
, [Minding+, and pluverty belu4 to item Intl,
would elthanve Its value, and thousand, of
houses would be built, and Ina lbw your+ OlM
gheny would bo, nestle should be, superior to
her sister. Pittsburgh.
I write thiscuinsunnicatlon to bring ter. , sat>.
Ject before the iteoplc,and I ask them to give ft
that attention which I Importance entitles It
to. Centre:did:Won h a., worked well every
where and. I see no moon why It should not
work ae well here. At first there will he se
rious dculties to overcome, ae for instance,
the adjustment In the now eMMOllitatmt co,
poration of the debts due by each of the old
corporations, bqt the practical good sense of
sopeople trill soon remora them all in Wou l d
y to eve general satisfaction.
It not be well for the councils to give the sub
ject of ecmsolidathig the city with Manchester
and Duquesne borough, due consideration, and
take such action In regard to It as will bring
fitfully - before tho people a:Duquesne I
• kisser:Baran
The lien Belated forlhe War,
. •
The report of the Secretary of War sent to
the house, showing the number of men furn
ished under an calls since" April 1, MU, is one
of the moat Interesting exhibit/ that the re
ands of the Weer/Ince can furnish. In
addl
liun to the aggregate results of mob State, it
shown that there were furnished under the
mill of April /5, lanl, for 75,666 three months'
' militia, 914,-T3 men.. Under the calls of May 3
and July 59 and .4, ISM, for 500,0* men, 2,715 els
;eoliths' meet, 9,150 one year men, 30,...%,./ two
earn' men, all from ,New "fork, and 657,5*657,5* y
three years' men,.. - Under the" mill of July
lan, for 510,000 men, there were furnished i 11,.,.
Sears' three years" awn. Under the call of Aug.
es t 4,
Isf£, for Wo,ooo nine months. militia, thorn
were furnished E 10,310 men. Under the Presi
alent's proolamationot4nrio 115, 153, for militia
forsis months, 16,3191 men. Under calls ofOet.
17, INA and Yob. 1; lao4, for SXI,OOD men, which
includes men relied by draft In 1957, there were
furnished274,Bo7 three years' mon. Under the
cull of March . 14,1164, far 930,000 men, them
were fundahed,B•4,Ml three years' men. One
hundred days , mustered into seri:lee
between Aprilos and July 18, tbn4,61,02 Under
mill of July 141164; f0r500,000 men, there were
furnished. =4,7bli three years' men, 7 24 four
years' men; totattender that call nss,uo. Under
the call of Dee. 1.11,' , 11%14 for 21011/00 men, there
famished 161 t 1
" 05 one years' men, 5,076 two
years' men, 421,05 , three years' men, and 311
four.yeara. mon; total under that mill, N 11,561
men. The following table shows the number
of men raised by the several States
Aggregate re-.
- (laced to 3 ye.r.
egg RatO. standaZs....
-- . I ra.
New liturtyabire..... 3405
Vermont. m. , .....,,,
MasSociausetts ' 151,7b3,
llle,de 15ima1......... 2,711
Connect feu t....; ..• • 5 7.27 n
,ew York -445.568
New.Jersay 111,511
Penrisylvaalia. ISAACO
Delaware.... ........ lk,rdi
Maryland 0,77.
West Virginia 30,t54
District-0f Colidithla liblOt
Obi° 517,111
/minim. 185,147
Illinois V.dtl7
Michigan 00,1 IS
Wisconsin %tilt.
Minnesota.. ...... ... ZoOt
........ ... .. 7.5,,0r,
ne,773
tnotd
111
hz ut z•e
hz
CIEi=M!FIIE!
17 lw exmeted tlipt the routempinterl order
1-the \Sur Perfirt men t for the muster ma of
vc,lnnterr genetal Onleetn frill not be ts.ole,l
for the present, till en increase of the army Is
er.pectcd In be stutheriScA by Gongresa, and
the Government' :tesfres to retain those loonl
totionn otheere in eery lee, anti advance theta
to such positions, as they hare shown there
e.elves vortby of occupying.
An application of electricity to the sienghter
of the 81111.111114 or rite Intitgiltigg the l':eris
4 t W. , . 4. inentione. {Vire, have 'been laid
down, and um belted: with dainty attraction;
when buret:lent tfirle brim give for the
ratty vermin to attack the moreraux, a u
smart
Aiwa le cent through the aubterrannao pep
page, and avian hum:Wails of victims purleh et
each romp.
CZNENAL Lew. WAM.scx was In Indianapolis
the Other day, en elude for New York. ILsajd
to. fritmil that home months ago he tendered
his resignation, as a Major-general in the rait
edNtatra army, to accept to similar position In
the easel of the re.PubllC of Mexico, but Gen.
Grant, forveasomr best knOwn to himself, has
not seen proper to accept it. -
A Walynn to the, Lotilayfile Amon,: publishes
n graphic description of the different styleS of
'reeepifeni extended returning 'Onion and rebel
soldiers in that section, The former are often
mktdermibirrourauders before reaching their
homee, - While the Inter are reeelv;ml with the
'Miost bOisterous plaudits o
A ut.sxtnO of the friends of the Atlantic anti
Great Western .ttatiroa4 has barn elated, to be
held at the Court fronsei In Williamsport, on
the Mb ofJanuary. The object of tho meet
ing seems to be Om Antereat of tiro company to
adopt the Nusqueltanna route for the exten
sion of the road.
Tne total Immigration at the port of Novi'
York for the last year wan 193,075, which is an
Increase of about Pi.,670, compared With the
previous year. A (act worthy of notice lit that
Germany wends the greatest number, 6.1,85 i,
against 70 0 1'2 from Ireland.
TUE Pflttther of railroad accidents In the
United States during tint Year lEGI, was 163
mrniutt PIO for the year provintis. The fatali
ty, however, In fa favor of Irea, the number of
liven lord staring that period belief L ttiPint.t
404, in WA.
Tar, largest brick school holm in Adams
county, but recently erected In Idurnmaaburg,
was totally deeiroyeti by are, on Monday
morning. Cattno—tot ashes.
nrnoeon Deanna intends asking C trret on"
t. to make an upproto Hal Inn so II at he can
write a Medical history. Of the war.
TnEckt Is a strong effort being made nt Con.
Seoul, Pa, for hum location of the Lake Eric
Naval lltmot at that place.
Tun heading ratirnasi Proposes to lay finir
tracks npon their line to accommodate their
Immexise trams.
Ttt r. loss of life on lake Erie the pant year
was 170, an. Increase of 0; ovdr Met (lair.
prestrn. the letner, wan ;Wilt to Sing. ',IA;
Drinon en Friday.
PUBLIC NOTICE 4 .
_•e NEONCOINTIE COiVE
t r
• .At d ”,1•1. mt
rth , c.!ri
, •
at :I .t. ts.,ort
ATE, tr,
TII , N. io at t, Om, In
na•l-n a ,Indldat4
71" tj Uch pat. la. I, hal'ot:
wan:, and , k)on,lsx, la urn the. 4
r. 34.. and In Mr town.hlp, tn.twrvn the l
and 6 o'clock. N.
lty ord, r o, tbr..nonty rr Cnunnlt
WM. J. I, 1.111/12F., l'ha
W Iron
ANi
WANTS. _
A t B , 4 „ ;
i.ra.ol 3.10 .1. , .!) •
nt. 1,0,1'r not
, al 'l'. T. Ew.ESs•, to Ally
A Evrl TI, Wood .tort. r `
Purchaser for over
E.1"12 . et.s in hr.,.
nr for I'lly Progwrly. 1'1,,• land I. In
aAJolnlng
'lll, 11. , 1:.1L),, rt.: odic.., very
.1, cr.,:n lo .1. 11. 1,1,111 4 r.
VT
11' AIiTED--SALES.IIE V---trArrEi
3IA I.E AND FFMAI.F.. at.ll I 1.0 I:l 4 ;irrxcs
111 4.1.A1: NEW SEWINiI aCIII NE. Warra.l..,l
fr, r nra. Tak.J. Ela.ll,
ft.i. I.:NEM:rut MEN to ev't as IiENKICAI,
\ EN TS. *tend 1 , 1.1 Ireulo.r. (. 1. , ..111C A 11. N., Eft.
tlanulat No. 121 Sup,rior Ntreet,
hio.
J31:3141
u Al
our
Pal'I;OV)."1; n'lt.NTi"-1/01.1..1ii"..411r!1•V1VT
I. 11l N ES, three' new kinds, tinter and opp, (red,
M rrnltt Svc yen, Above oalory or inn, romin
slop bah!. The ONLY )(octane 001,1 in United , 11. tie.:
for ler.. than *ill which an• folly /fro by Box^.
Wheeler a' 11i/ova, (hoover & ding, .0 C.
and Norhelatr. All other ,heap Machines ore I
ion 01i1 , 00.0T0. ("Iroulant /roe. Add,. or call up
on SILO IV CLARK, Jthideford, Main, or at No.
Oto Liniadwo), New York' No. L'Aii'arter.dre,t
M.;Cinclnn ,
odelp No. io, h
170 I) Illor gn rot oth str l.oi neki , bowl k, bi
U.; o No. ,
iSnaulding's Exchange, Dutra!, N.Y.
•
WANTED--AGENT';.-- EMPI,O
hIENI' FOR Itl . :TrltriFll trtILIJIEIZI ANT
ALI. OT/1111L4.--ttreat Sale or Jewelr, Mllverwaro
A.. c. The Hamilton ,t (to,ta iiItLAT GIFT LI9
TITIFUTIttN. tn, agent(' ant making (non ?We It
Thirty Dollar,. tor day, and wt. need 4111 u:ore. Lat.
Invoice., front Europe hare swelled our stock to ore
I /nr 11:11Ilon Dollars. 'A aplentllll atiortntent
Watehet., Mop , . Lash., mod tinntlenton•a Jtawolry
of all Yltola, of tloi llt•fi fleilli.lll.liC .ell
hut at .1 ..melt.. Stool Z. rent. for rort aa I yo 4
o ill oteil what Fon art. en t 111,1 to:.r tut , p 1 for live
[ampitheatea. t o
thlrt, ; ur
whir.end a thrcr-eotat
n(orour terms to agent, l, are of /lir tr - ot
111.erat glad. Now I* your titre. Writ. , plainly your
man, rit). ',MD y arttl . atatu, to 11A.1111.Tt.0. ,f;
Ho, New F. (1., New ork. alearoutu,
rtreet, Vert'. nom:3M
FOR RENT
pin BENT,
STORES NOS. E AND Z.G.MAIMET ST
ALMS), TWO LARGE HECOND STORY RO)11
(WED 53 AND CO MARK LT 9TUT77-:1"
k:tzelre of IiI'NLASTELI, , 12Z. Lll & err,
I=llll
Fc9 (..tint strret, r,,..,. PT:
TO ILI:T.-Tyro throe story Brick
1101 - 8712k00n
e tAlnlng hall .13 oho.
' room • ...he',
at totted on Wuhlngton root. throo floont from
VTytlo rtroot. Apply to JOH ri I. ItinTdr ogh,
corner of dmlthdeld and 11 ator alreota.
.pohdtf
MEETINGS.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL IffEETING
of lb.. Morkboldcra or the PITTSIWIt , 3II AND
11/112dIN,DAM 11..1.11,w I'l l .n.
I•AN 1 .I. In V. 4.1 R , IL. 310.i.r 11' I(',s. '
3110h,.01, .12,•ary 10th. a!
0 0 11
0,11 A 1. ..
t!.. al , Ylllc4. ;.I. t• [lon
;... I .:".tt .•he r t..alt.-
%V A. • 1 , 116'1.Z.
1 'I! Al IX 141:F.T1:N14 OF Tut:
h.' c 0 .4 of It , Y. , r N.. ill .?.‘• SlErct• AN.
II I I re
ND , II, N.. • ~ TITL.
for , I.•• 1 - 2 c.mt. of rev. fog A/ nut 11. ~,,,
ra. and UM", fort.. p
• !II 04.6 rt, 110r* y •
C. fit 1,, op•
, •
). •
WM. 11. r.ow o ftf, o...rrt.fara.
DIVIDENDS
• .
• • •
I ) ITIDEND.-OFFICE OF TII
‘ , ISII N A Tit .!. AI. LANK It? ALLEGIi K
-1., I•A.— At 3 immeilug of thy I.lrort.r. of :MA
bad Joh.," at, WA • altrltlva4 of
EIGHT 1 0L1..1.11. PER MIA ItE
W. dt . claro.ll, payable on and all, thrpth Oral J. J. N. 11.1111/t14.1N,
sr :,Ames NATIELY•t. }54.3rg.. j
Jatiusry 14t. 5
THIS 13 4.11 i 1145 DECLARED A
phlflellitl of .1S FAIL ("ENT. fre• or livrern
met"
T'' '
_l'lTlPlrrt.ll..l.2l.3ry 2,1504
EDUCATIONAL.
•. . .
wIIALINSEI.Mti A cADEMI.
MALY. AND VyaLt
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
LENI LUDDEN. A. I).. Prterltral.
Mtt. NARA I.III.IItYN,
Sello
Sorubt rrou aaststre.tauce van] obtalutal Dm want. of tLe
Tint ristalon 1011 romr...r.en o. MONDAY. Janua
ry Wl,and ....Wool t....n0
Nu ...Lula. admin.-4 for 1.-a. than haft a ...oaf.,
and No gfrd.r....o for ater pc, eir,pt w .c. 1. 0 .1.
oI
•tellatets.
Matra of tuition fl.r natl. of twelve week.: •
DrAoflo's. at.tttt Common Itraaltt.., SIP;
Lana and ttlftwr East t..h.
n nth cod mike Musty, Si!.
Ewen rtfun low Da Matte to MI6 • UtotACLIM
School. laLlw
DISSOLUTIONR
DISSOLLTEON.—IrIie Co-Partxare
ahtp heretofore rxttllng between the underelda•
ed under tbe slylee of It. A. VAIINESTOcton sos
A at Pitteburgh, and FA/INES - n/IM. 1101.1.
& ftt., to Nett York. erased Ml 7 It. men Inullution
Mr. &Orr Mut. MG. Either of the ptrtlet nortilAngn
In liquidation. ltr.H. W. VA.IIIVEnSWItt.
JACttlt 1..81 . .ttif
.1 1 111t:LIVW11. HULL.'
-711, ttntloilgh^4 hhrtttht
en). (h.10.0-partrAo•eir, 4,lllth:tar th
rth.
ALF. Liftl'tl Itth7lNKA4 hAdt, 111 a kty:
end orma it. A. FA Itz , Nrri I Ita,4 5 1'11.
1:).:(1. rAms rmltt.
AA.OII ttcuwAirrM.
dont,' 1. IXII.-301-3t1.1
- -
Tit SECILETION.--fitze Phirtnership
tr fore rst.tlng between the. anderaignea at
fitr IV4rltlitl
en...t aby Its own Iltaltatlnn Deentonber Mat, last. •
JOHN ItAt 4 LETT, I.
lilto W . IleAltaCgaT , Wlt.
Al4Fll.llin - 11. HULL.
JACLIII 1« eICIUWAJtTIn
C.ll-I.ATITARICMIIIIL—Thn mulemmlgrml hay.; /to
f !'"1". '4:B-fqlrliTZVV3l44"'iirrlWltlanlrdn'
the . . _ L ALT (or
inanufacturt. o 11111 TE Lnm., RED LIAR
.11c.. at th, um,' !rants Ailtlto Lr.lW. , rkA. •
.1011 S HASLETT.JM.
11E0. VAIINEMTim,R7
JAL:011 1.. SCHWAIITZ.
J•non , y I, 1A141.—)437NU1
IIISSOLUTION OF PARTNIFIII.
41111. —Tho p•rtio-n.l/lp 10-n-tofurroxlstlog
oothr,ibo .• .8. JUNE:S.I. GU.'" 1214001‘ 441 by
davit Ah room-lit. The hunches. of tlio firm will ho
m.rll, J 1.1 Moir no.coso..r, J .1311::•1 T. III:A &
MICH /1.1•!1, .11/NE,t,
JAS. T. 111:11
IN It ill:MO It‘l.lres, I r!,,rfully n nom-
Ltr 1 /IL: t 1 ,1" (7, .r nod
JONE. 4,
ust rots, .
• 11 ,- trnderslp,4:
(1)7•A RTNFTISTiII•• r
""
'I"."""'"'
`"i` k 7(ll. k✓r „1 lirokk le
re.
f J 111:, , T. 1.11C,k -k An 1 •
.1.1.11F_4 T. 11..1111,
•. VI N .I'llAll4.
I 1112iNGLUTION...The Copartnez•-
• lirrelnfure cal.llrtg under IN` trlme
• - ItA/tl/ 111t..N.•• kat tblstlny sdridred
All 1.4 r.rdy , lath Ural to the lale linn irtlittlesotontake
imayourtit ea ./111 , 11 remilloll.ra. 11111,4 attalit'd aald
[lnv. If r ',lll 1,. ILltdi for pal audit Ittunt4ll
- at ltd• uld .taut, No. 'al, ‘lrect..
N. HAIM,
at.I.LIOrf
l'ltt.burgh. January I. Mt
A ('AIIII.-11n,ing rectiftiril the nillen of I.enthikr
uniu.nlor, I hay, thin day ft...wiled tionlaern nt tan
141 f• rnnuntly onruiii,il tny <Kind; nal 0111 annti
iinninatly on linnti full annortnnt tit , of LEATIIEV,
nil nil other urtltir, In nur line of 1101,4 .
rinvinnuern kn. Invitnil to examine my
ivek and print-nitwit., tt)lngtellinnrinife.
1 / 1 C1IAIII) BART/.
Jantini7 Int.
PROPOSALS.
....
REsto OIL AND LAND COMP/LIM
Proposals for Putting Docyn
Fifty Oil Wells.
PROPOSALS will be received by the abort Comps.
ny, at th putting d o wnti Ps., until January tiLith.
livia.,int F I FTY VI ELLS ottithcir land ,
at Reno.
Bidden, will makeproponals as Collowa, sirs '
First—For doing ail the stork and lauding Engines,
Fin l, Derrirks and Fixture,.
&viola- Fel doing the work, the Conipany supply
irg the Derrick, withot machinery.
int—For doing lb , work, the Company finding
ave thing,
ni,wors ma StirOZOSte to put down one or moil
wells. 'lids (or olliglo writs prrfter.A.
The work taunt be etnuitieuecd as soon as nineties
hie aft. 1r01,1•31. are secepted, and petOleCtited cu.
'r fdtir e na lY
Or .lAllt :a JENKINS, Sort,
PENtrk OIL AID hero, r..
LADIP CHINN EYS.
rATEATED OCTOIWIR 8, 1861,
utrituittcr .
PATENT OVAL 'LAMP CHIMNEYS,
Manufactured of X ilia* ehlmneyi
:oft. Inlerolnd for tho .fint flame. lie thing nil ',rt. of
aril
FOTt Pitt Masa Works.
•
LEGAL
A DIttINISTILATOILS, NOTICE; . ---
Lettera or AtlntlG/MTlltili, parr
4rey to en Ftrantrttpt ktteountlerolgtood on the eotate 4,(
I oh. 11111 AM iliturz, Int, of ~..o wt t...
10%11100p, Alleghettv eount). Pean'tt. all rll4
kiteortita thenatelves . Indebted to said, RIM.' ore r,-
tettetkett In make Intmedtata payment, and Cato , lin -
leg eta' ernin,t Ike preount them,
I,roper.y aotheallented. for ~e ettt meat.
D. C. I/17147..
.1A311,:$ tt. 2.1V1:11...1%; Inn . ..
y 7.th. Iltal.—.:aB;l4lol'..l'
NEW PUBLICA7I:OI.33
FOZI fYi
%PUN AU)
•. I'. Jinni etc C70.Q4.
DIARIES AND ALMANACS
MEI=
JOHN P. HUNT 8 CO'S
DILFir IF:W-I'oll
1 Et 46 43 ,
J. R. READS, IS MartL street
OAK HALL
CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT,
63 W.X.FrInE3C SEPPIA.-10-ErP.
Ye denite Inform all pnrwian wit, want
MMUS
Mit AL JEL (Or 11- I DI ES6
That until .I.IN CAM' flth. yr 13.)ne,L;y. amt truly
111 uric garincut (Eons cc/ grad,'
math. clothing. El
&(t1! .1 Coat.
WI: HAVE, s(151{: l: IItMENTi
.. 3 r_aXlG - MM . X.."SE' E3C7O 2LE Ta
Whfrh we Sell for the Best Offer.
Every pana..nt wan ear. I.llr Mid, by ottra,lre.
to
'fn., ' , lll, ramie from turlaurr.
:tfivr Nil line
Cloths and Vostings
And r ur t'vtter I. master of the trade.
Yr, hr. I rrowto. van will mak.- nrd , r, and war
rant antlre tont...lt:Urn, at grater. hatrrar nn r Aral
tal:ot a.
{till yntr not (err, u• attli Tune patannage •
J. H. SMITH & CO
BORING TOOLS
AMES HOWN,
IMPROVED CORING TOOLS,
1 , 1: SIN Hls, oil.. MALT AND ortnlit WELL!
No. 4tti n'etsi street. Pit ,burgb, Pa
Tot la male of :h. very b. , •+1.11:1., AND
LOW .110. 11.1‘.
%V, II Im,n.r, at
.T-nowocrt CDca aila i=t3rlc:lolsll,
With each • trr eoodilet npe
lat., I /a:
ANVIL+, IiATeIIETS.,
/1E1.1.4 o l \ n.
V.. ,N. ' ~,. ' ''Y, lll
h 1.13... P+. I 111,41 : 17 .
If Ascii xi,. ' av I:EN , iIE.I.
!,..ILOV V ~.
1•It /,, I. I.: V 1,1 -:
A Y.1.F,,,. .. . ,1 111..•,
itl.l'E. IP.ATITEI: .tNt. Irii iwI,TI,OI.
Ili of Irbfrb I I,lllln efl.•lstntl, it, 4t.,, cb,31:2, I
- - -
purnoLlA RIACIIINE. WORKS.
R. 3E3C. x..3mcmr.lr,
NU. 32 Ohio Inrent, Allegheny
3lanntariumr
Tor.I.N AND
I it I) IA SIN Klniti till. A 1 r wei.t.s.
Particuntr ratrutton Invltant to Pettentenl
tro
p,moot inent• In J.V. and Joules. trinle of J 0 Ilintt,
P., and Mo..r !run. In •tnn.lnr.l Ozer.. and
rn - m , .n-rl. Po teal pails con N. or.krenl mai: or
trltnraph. an.l I,otnl a pc.rf,..t 111 at all too..
V. eth.o furolftt roma, ,nting. took. Ste., ,
thou.. wi. ton, It. Ennio, • and machine wort
rnextr to onkr. .r.fer...T.,11
imn-.1 to grant 11.nyve• to other ruuluttelu
nun s ram .
for ItJrin. noprottrulcnt•on
r All , ,brOT P. O.
elnln:ninn.tr
• ORDINANCES.
•
PI 011iDINANCE Amending the
1.1 l'n•attott the OM, of Clter.ontroller.
he ordotlmoi awl enartetfity .1e1.4 anti
rann , ite of 01.• Mfg of A 11,pieuy, and
A • cit.., 11. • •• n.1116.,,1p t Ttt tho
irtartle •Nreerta for eelartnt Of peer e,•• the beet
eituree to - .. thinr 9 of the entluenee t renting the
elSee of (ltd Controller. pfeeret thu eerond day of
truary. tee, be stricken out of weld 0111-
inner.
tentaincit.and enacted Into tow thle. the ith day
C.1.211.t.517. Ann, Dotal., tate then,and et,,,behiest
d end eleo
JANF-4
!err•.le
Attret: df ACeenniltynl of tht. Scle,l ,
Clerl ..r lb. trloer Connell.
sfIION
rreshlent of the Coaneil.
Atte., M. HrtietleNitthei,
nett of the Common rennet!. let.lttl
MISCELLANEOUS.
IICKLES.
ton Carr. boll' gels., qt. .on
CS hid, No. 1 prime Pirtle..
Iliac .pd In arri, rr
! Vin.. rs:.:,d .(tri i.
ELLIELS.
• In tr-tbblor.
ter do Jo
Vai said fur s4le try
.iirr‘li.fr. frni
17.“.1.1 it'n.l.trnm
•
SEINAnS.
$- Ittll.ll, 11321 tutor. II Coffee Rant;
' • 4i GI A do
.• Pow
Jut matt, C. and rot .al cted,e
Ity-
ltancdalcd and Isl4l. Suss,
FIF.I(!dUR a 1 15 10,4 -
.14.1 No, 135 and ILI Wo.ad armes.
, . •
A SNESSMENT NOTICE.—The
...mesa for the nradltut ant Darlent of Stain.
street Lam born made. and snay bract, at tlyon. In
tire. Market butt Do, tern DAV tnir JAN
UARY, Iren, after ribl e b day It will be banded over
to the City Tree/terve to collection.
iterfrAlnu Regulator.
'ALITABLE COAL PROPr.LITIC
• rot b•- LE.-7.71. 'acres of excellent eiXity...
font rens, altdate rode front rallroan, alike tre.n
l'ltteberah; with /la lit of we) to the railroad. Will
A lea V I I,i71•11 &
3l7rket,ireot.
ttili HALE:—.IN EXCEL.I.ENT
31A\ MTI'VeI.NO SITE
r&• •
.Nraf roma. lug of a'', fu'• ` 4,l h •
a mad rile? rrunt and extrndlng r.aern..l.l-la.
Ow,- d Inr uny kand a , f luralneff. 1• ,nu.
•'la r ta" Wl'd. 11. II Alt Y. 11.• d.
vg
& Prim, Pa n.-1
Pain, Drl.-.11.1;1,0; and quarter
Vrlfr larlvd Apples YIPS (11..riro;
irra o n %pules and Veaela Illun
r l. ggs. I.lnarr. Lard and Tallow;
an and 1•1,1;1;....
017111,1 Punch., and TlFlllft {kW.. cl.e.p.
f 'nrn Kral nnd Pearl ltsrler
anlurn , and Sr•.lA.
All 4.1' 1..u1t; 1,1 for etl!f• for ra•la st /nest
ruff, by GRAFF &
.13A Ng.. :IL I.lnurty
1 % ". 11.1 4 1; f 41,if.t
10 1.111 1, C(411, at Olt CUM.I.I/eIT.I ‘ Sal. a -s
t
llnonts. 103 ST1;114004 tittles,
I...l;seArt• 5t2161./ Carunegnr.;
4 casks and a n
lAA. ( IM galv.) rst•wbs Wilt,
vintage of I B , Z;
I rata anal six tails. 1330 galls.) Catawba 'Vine,
rintagt , of 186.1;
1 blak (4figalls.)Vherri anal Curtin. Winn;
4 1.1 , 18. ( 14 1gailA.114ernam Wine.;
10,110 prime Mvans litgArr;
Z/vAllAles prim Spin Hall Toba;vo;
LII do du Lulu° Nary Tobacco.
Pet A. McILWAINE, Auctlone.r.
LOSING our BELOW COST AT
Ma. CA-. ZiaLII73ITIL'ES .
RIETE'.I.TD TrIESTORE,
No. 101 MA TiKET
TON 111 , 10" S, NECK TIKS, ttnAu
Nkatt, SILK. VLNka RIBBONS
&G, &G, to quit the buslne t ,
ifEGULAIL NOIIIINA ; r10NS FOR
• tUTICEItB or THE MEIICANTILELIII/IAItY
ASMCIATiON fur WS I
PIIFSMENT.
1 , 111 ,• ,W, 1 , 4,1.1t0rt A
VNT.
GEORGE 7 , 1111tAS I(
~,toI •II.EMPIS. , Attortmy at 1.017.
StTA.
WM. EIMAIL/tt, of UILL
Cal KT houn I Et.llGmds,
TLY.3II:IIS-It, •
E. S. SMITH, Cablder Colon National Haul,
JAS. n. I,(TaT, u'l'iri`riTrT.'MrCurtly
.1 An. Svey l'lttrlnzrgil too. Cu..
• AI 11. LIN c All , . No. to Ittmtt
00.1,
011.LE/a FOLLANSIICM of If, E.
Co.,
JOFIAII COHEN, Proft , eor,
COITO v ns.
JAS. V . faCKtNN f W t ent
n hell,
'itttven4on
1.. r•TEI - lIENS4,N. rtt Frlrm,rb• Vol. Bank
J4Txt N,LIN ATI Nll coNllltrrE.K.
BIG
5 anti AI" FIFTH 5 (REF. r
Mt BR% WINDOW
• 3 awl 57 k7}'T❑ ST4F.ET
TIIE 1111.1 BOOS,
..E1 57 FIFTII
• •
lathe phf••• where lito " MK , ' Atork Dry I:0.1. of
Orrynt very kind. Pool.. 81. , 1•A tIn•Iflow: or orory
evm.rlption, eau alwayn he ton mt. )1 comp . arinon or
~,13t1t) atm Foci IN re•lorrolly ....11..tte-1. 1 1 / 4 1
owl wt•
lEEE=
CLOTHING
and Gas 1111ing.
FORCE PUMPS, FOR ENGINEERS.
IRAN PIPE & BRASS WORK,
FLUJILANG, GAN AND
•
LE PIPF.S.
WAS! XA.
11 ATFIt CLOSETS AND WASHSTANDS
GEUE=
T. T. Etrens,
/a 4,144 41 131,,,,
No: 163 Wood 16,, Pittsburgh, Pa
Ja.2:1;11.1
( ;AS FITTING.
T. T. r.wroci:,
~ . .erxr, to .4.td, et ELoen*.)
tat:171.1.1 No. Wool .1.. rITTFTICFICIV, 1
BANK STATEliflidsi
• - •
OFARTERLT REPORT OF TUE
u1T1.21 , .N.5• BA NR OF PITTSIII2ItGII.
i'l/bltahrd conforrnlty .1121 the 21:21 irvtlon or
ILt Nistionzl I '...urreuev Art.
.!ItuaScxxci. 43tilmry 2. I=l..
nt 7.204 ASSETS.
1 .
.....
Tax*.• and F.,p* . o.chs•
Tend[j NOECII
......
Doc r .......
lial,as and Itanlvra
W
I'spltal Styc/4..
lrystlatleil
Ir..ulelltui vltizttne• Haut
..1 .......... ............
( " Mil YOnd mud Farah;, .. it.llonk..jar.4.l -
Th..;mad)
he, to Th..
'''° ".
''
s ''
m'' .:l l Ut . lft ' ..f.' at
1 sad true 0,
the
" '' °°°'"°.lt r so
7. F. BRADY: 3.-. ra.1,',,,
tte ,, rn ad Rdb,:rrthe4 before me tilt ht dal
.a.""'"• .1. Mils'it It, \ YIN_ :Votary raid! ,
t,a,j , ../17th , , -y --
•
..ZECOND AEAUTERLy STATE
!E.T
' 0 ), [TIM NIF:IIIANI4% , NATIONAI.
ItAN h .r 1 l'IT1h1:1•1!1;11.
I I•11 - rFrrntne. Jarvtary 2,
- ASSI;TI3.
I trt..:,tato,
1,, I t.(1.1
(1!, 1 0:114,
1 • thh r I.vh
O.J 5 t 4 .44.'
1... it.trkat
.1...
p.snt nt If rc,rre,t to Ilt - c bcs - 1 - ;;ruar
1,T.1Z1•4%.":.;".43(tris rA,bier.
soorn to fun W. , 21 do . , of , 100n0ry..1.T ,,, .
o. :
Jlo , Nr. h.. 111711. :Notary P
-
.-
— t4IET)ICAL.
i iik . SPEPSIO....• Dr. Strickianws
-..--• TONIC In k eloieen..
t retell plebe-ratter of liiiet, - . ~. ..
and Iteebe, ekb anti. - lii .' : -fltr
:;; I gn ' ag 'i n t7ieTil i gi L -tet t i:i ~,F5,, -. #
eel reuse...stem. It iseren. .----. ' d,"
tale rianedv for tly.perls. CZI w it
et Indigo:nen. p..erreus• e . ~.• , .
nese. Lone 4r Appetite, ,1 , ".t -1 .- k;..
Atidlty of the Plan:Mice. ~..),,,
natal, ety end debility. It - .l` , "Cr)'
In not eirboholle; therefore, -..0. ;Ik-,
pert lealitrif eultertfurweek, ' . ...1
deeon. M i -Earsalt b Tl4 'a l l l d r W g-
.1
gl.t. 4.,N t ryarbCre at $1 pre bottle.
11, E. SEI.I.E.Ek .4. CO.,
y
rwillitil WilaLEnAt.rt ArateTS.
-.- -----_--------.-- ---.....
ly_
R. SCK
TIIILAND'S Itiellillu ons
colletil ItAI.EI.OI la .
....
wan - noted to be the only pen- o4b-t i - s i , I
patellae known to tom oc- . /
Caliphs, Coble, Ittiernettree t ; -- . . 4 ,
1.. t bine, Wialoiting cough, , r.e...... - - -:, :
Chronic Conglln, Conteelpe. ,L.-_, , ,.1 . „ a
Won, Broncliitle end Croup. ..›.. - k1.7.:,`,.., - ...„„
..
Ileing picketed front Honey ,
bail Herb., It in beeline. :tart- .A 4 fg , .
fair , end expecioreting. end 1 . -x-4,„..,...„_,• - ,-A.,,,.,,..4.,
pr.leolerl eulteble lee ell ---......—..-.... .la.--..
lib wines of the Tarriat and Loop. p,,r e. a in by
.ituggiats evert tibere,
E..E.ISET.I.EItIt h CO..
Wiliii...nat..E AtikaiT.
ort3:1) - (1
1 " e, .7,IIICKLAND'S FILE niii:.
...--" Pin" brtA ert:ED Om,
,„,...,_
rnrolr cf the m 0,4 r.n.e, or - ; ,,, Z.1.....
4
ItLIND AND IILEEDI tit': ipT: tnyg 1,
riLEN. It girt. I=ll4:Mate 5 .- f,,V
relief, mutt l'irlTi %ra pertna- A,. I l f-,
~;;:
It
ftt
~, , ,T r .,, , . .t : l:p•t o.l , t , ,t llrertly. 5.. tr. Ci:4-
Fur islo by all I /ruit,b.-te, at ft .. 41
tr. coat , . prr ba11... ~. •••••
kidt -•
It. 1., E. sr.t.r.Ens - ..t C11... ‘
• Illtor.r.s.tt.Z Aors-r.
FAR3Y1117.3.-
pitm SLACK,, •
llnve on hand n Large Ss•ortmcnt of
N,AVINU SW:UTNIIS
No. 2e. .11,1 33
.Ohio : 4 1., Allegheny
or!.•1
la N-G
--w ;ID Pt.i/ vs ;
IRON PUMPS,
r_~~TrL.E} n7T~
Sheet ,Lead, Sheet Zinc,
LEAD PIPE,
LATH TUBS, SINKS, WATER CLOSETS,
1% ISU BASINS, WASH STANDS,
IM - dra Itams.
Wor It, of 111 kln , f Work fora
Foolotain... nll kind-Gn and T.natlo,
/1"..• onpllng, G. Inpn and FlELures, of
its. rlption, knpt ronstantly on hand al
Ithlv, Wiilliams S Bartle 's
El: MI XTII AVID H3IITIIIIF.T.Ii 41'3.
PI TTS Hl' II p
BEAVER STREET, MANCHESTER
I: XT TO POST °VFW!
N. ll. lon.ln of repalrtn.7 clone
All ordvrxl.7 uxall ImancJiate4y ettrude.l
lal , ..elzn.tr.enwfirs•
I num AND BRASS COCKS,
Pr NITS r. /I{ V}:::1' Pl'lll.oe4F:
71.1'31111:thi• 11.% TERI
Y1):7171:r , A N I'ITTING,,
.N1;11 low,t F:n.trna ratrvs
Y ,, 1! 100 , W LE'S runixT
tr MEI - . FUME!.
Sz.lthn.•l , l2.lrrrt, Ilttsbnrgh. Pt.
1 1 1.1:,11115G, GAS kliD STEAM
rlrl/4li, IN ALL 118
~ .an r A f ttm l , lattrztl. r . rg x z t:cr l extrael and practical
CAS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH TUBS,
snow Elf ATITSHATER (1., tSETs.
iivDn.w NTS,
C.11:14 2111,, cm ha 11 , 1 ngs4c. to ordrr.
TATE di SEVILLE,
No. z FEI , FRAL STIf.FET.
And 1.1/SEIITI- l'lttOolrgh
LAM VITTING,
T. T. EW - Mat.x...S.,
rw
•L ~~ 1 165 Wood Pat.burgla, Pa
EVl , Malaur
HYDRANTS, IRON PUMPS,
1.1:31 , ,
ZIN,
PLUMBING AND STEAM . FITTIND,
.YOKE HELLS,
Portables & Cigar Lighters.
$ .3.3,030 OD
. 3:11.070
U. 1 ,1) nl
11 4%713 31
. 311,16%_1
• 4,C,T
-0 '
sr. in
4D ,
411 •Ir,
'1.04 41
1101:Sk: 3Lticr.e
STII IV CUTTERS,
84111IF'S AND
s-,71
.• DAY
DRY GOOD l i LVQs. j
CHRESTILIS 1117
EATON'S,
27 "Z"12:'T88
A Large and Desirable Stock of
` 4 nitfl)l(• lbr Pre:-.{ents;
nu.?
A Intl ling. of I,INF,N ynt - liIEFS In Ern-
Trio,nt.,l. • • , .nrk .1, 110r.1,,4 •r. 1
}lnc knf N( ‘ , 311, or s rery
tnrk Ynney
Cord its,istn,
S..ELS-. 73 .2017L1XA4 . 3Elt
Full line of 1.4411.,•. Iftsa.... and Children's Ts
tan, Fahey :Mrlid , and 6earirt.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
grarfa, Tlea, llirgllgor Shirts, Underelothlu4 of
/lair Plain. Co
co - ed Bordered, Ilespatllcto..l and nil. Zephyr
Good, , a
rha,ls ,rnd Capra, e4larf. and , 110.4,
and OkatllYir tar. ,
I'nll.aortwcuC all altos GAITEILY for bodies an't
OitBALMOa daRAL SKIRTS, clew styles, Boa tocelvod
y.
a.:e
(~■ia•9T
Holiday Sale
Nos. 78 AND SO MARKET 'STREET
PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY.
Embroideries of all Kinds
rI\K SI, I rpri A`SI)
OTTO3I A N PAriEtri,
ANl,sii K .. •
WI.OI.KN Giioll!;lir""n"'EF4.
nosiisny A 311 PT lONS.
Iti EN AWIWT
13 EltiT'S It NISH •
SC iZFS. SCA I: r . i . INI,!: °I3L
• raND XL EEVF. 11 t7TTON
Finney Good.
We Late made ctils department t srEcriurr.
We trill be treelvitt..
.NEW GOODS
Every, Day During the Holiday Season.
rpm w , 121 C
ft.).(111
PFX. I M. la PNF.s.
L c0M1 . .% IoN%
cic/ All triANDS.
• I '11),111:- • .20ts
AVAT(II
11.111 , 31 N.
.11 , 0,1" EL I'.ISES.
•
N.k?:(11,
I übtumurf will EU.I our prl^Pa
Lower than any Other House in the City
GIVE ITS A CALL, AT
Nos. 78 and 80 . Market Street,:
M ACRUM, CLYDE & CO.
de
NEW YEARS'GIFTS.
Great Reduction. -
IN TUN PIIIOE Or
HOLIDAY GOODS
itearux az CARLISLE'S,
19
•
order to close onl all onr Fancy Articles, we
have made •
Great Reduction in Price
Those who Called to troika — Christmas Preseutst
a and supply of
I.OO3COSS
Bit RILL BI USBI[L AID ACCIPTIBLI to ALL.
NIACRUNI& CARLISLE,
der,:ur 19 FIFTH RTIMET
PRICES REDUCED.
WRITE, oRB & CO.,
No. 1261 X l ,ll`th latre•et,
Offer for argi a large stork el .
3ZlOirff—MElO GriCOCOEHEN
1.77.151 93
5r.,0.1 00
• 44.241 47
1.4 1 4 71
=4030
. 10.747 7.1
11.513 S 7
= 31. 70
AT EEDPI7ED PRICES.
---
BABGALNSI
W. W. MOOR HEAD'S,
ss TVEct:i-Isert fat.
LACE GOODS, ESIBUOIDEEIES,
ILANDEERCIREFS, RIBBONS.
_WOOLE2C GOODS, .110t.n.
CORSETS. *c.., *c.
GENTS• AND LADIES!
PrIt2tISIIINGi GOODS.
MOEN ISON'S STAD. SID FITS, at
.IsS. y3IOOItII AD . S, Matket etrett.
BOOTS AND SHOES
LOOK
'
moots and :Shoes.
A TREMENDOUS STOCK
FALL dk WE'ETE xr,GOODS,
J. A. ROBINSON g .t, COS,
61 .11arket greet,
5.. - 1 door .0 n/1133}.71`a clood. torn. nni
:1'1.4130K 1.1E11E!1"
Men's Iland-Seired, 9alr-Tanited
KiP LEATHER, BOOTS,
O 1 L] MIME DOLLA*AND A lIALF APALIC
• Cost $4.1.25 to ;Wake,
P , or sale only lit 7 acCLF.t.T.Al4ll`if X1170121L1f.,
Nue, 56 and 5.7 METH E.TE:LEET. pitsbusgb,
CUM SHOES AT HEW YORK ,PRICES.
. ..
GREAT HARGAIIifi ' •
To DBIBTAINED 07 02 FEDERAL STEED?,
_ s
IN ROOTS AND SHOES.
• II:ICES MARKED lialt'Li. Being determined to
t4l Trdl.lC., willsent atck; I have ton.reod dot,. the
e s • and ten ten per et nt tess o t bon any other
hire Indhe two cities. 4:tre tie a esti and you will
Le Ntiltlaed. i W. X.' BIeCLINTOE.
M redrralatreet, AlleghanY•
V. t 2 .—All goads warranted.' ' ! ; , t - :
-A-,--
lR TII_E :MONTH. OF .I.4•NEARY.
•
•
GOOtiS 3tAliliF,ll ROW:: :IN ,
lILEPAILITORT TOTAKLNG STOCK,
,
And will 116 601.: * At GREAT lIATtGATNS. Cavern.
a ea% and Ton win get the Ell F.W144 Aii.; 111:ST
11A)ni A Liin In
..1100TI9 AND ti GR L"l3 OF ALL
that t^..ttlfe. found SuY toT u t T ittite
1a8:t8 Market Strinit.:•.4 door from Filth..
r APIES'j 0-E4li'r -• •1 •
strssr.s.
A.
Shoes. itild-.GOit.e.t.fs,..
. 00 rtxr - Fitill; and W3ll, strcc:a.
iv nit every1.,,,10.,
.u„
I=l
F. H. EATON,
C'RAlkif & CLARK'S '
526 andl33 Sewing Machines,
They Hero, rel), Fititch,lnd, Embroider
Quilt. They do Vest. Pantaloon and Coat Slaking.
and all k ol:Fasollyl 4 etrlug on the same Machine.
no } - . ° . l !rt',"2."V;ol„"&.l.'"an USV;I io ,
ALI ' mods of t ' latolly hewlng promptly norm.
LONO,
112 Grant street, near Fifth.
nollllnneol Pre2lll3ll2lOll, Ca.
GOVERNMENT SAT:RR
Govaammurrseurx
AsszErA'lsYQL.AninnsulirElo3. OrrICIL
1 1 /rindTwin, Sth, VIOL
Will be solcSat Public Nale. to thr highest bidder,.
af the GOVEUNMENT STOICS: MUSE ON PENN
STREET. op posite the Fort Wayne Railroad D •pot,
to thla e 11 7 7, o- TUESDAY. JANUARY =l, LS.. at
11oicloca, A. 'Y., the following Quartnianaatar••
Stores, vizi •
114 Doolde Emits ,
6 to Wheel larosse,
Ofree 1 1 6663, ,
owl. Lead Mane.,
2
1 Cooki P ng St ge onow Holes.
,
31 1.0102 Slaved,
Ii et, alt,
Trlos. '
tiLighta Windsor 5341/
1 Con y Corot..
4 Leather Halters,
1 Drees , Drill, .
2 Cold (lass/ ,
Elz,Colopneses,
2 Nickl.l3ltcrit,•
8
1 Clock. ,
3 Wagon Tonigust.
ns htds.l.lros, ,
160 ire. MRs,
ICO ihs.
13 pairs Illoge4,
2 Hort. Ilroades.
2 Anrite, . -
2 11. S. Itelicont;•
I Dupre.,
1 Ilroad
a Angrs.
/ Ada,.,ltrares.
4 Wood riles, -
10 raw Flies,
1 Half Round PHs.
10 assorted 1102010 re,
I vale Complasee.
2 thlsidstonesarotoptctr,
Lionge,a, .;
I.Tlxyre I
1 /fatting.
I Claw flartuder,- .
I 13raerIng.Ifadfc /
I Planes,
Chalk Mos,
11 rtanes, assorted,
/leading Toole,-
1 Tryer,
NaViSaws. • •
34 Wm Handcuff/I.'
6 ...Med Squares.
4 Water Dlopers,,,
1 Saw Set,
3 Ilintentlerows, • •
2 Oil Stones, -
1 Spoke Masai.
Awl,
10.Aw1 Blades,
1 Channelli et, • •
3 firmer 1111 a. ' •
3 .sorted TOLL-.
Auger BUS. '-
1213 C Tln lt i "Wlol . u m e r rinil b ro:o: . l .!: • ~
1 pair
_tihoetug Nipper.,
ffi r te l h9 C''' „ • ,
U,atted
• rtzet. C.
im:t.7.1=31
SALE OF
Dircrr Rm
SCUT be r.old at - 1741g;
der, ors THE trrti- DAT
tclock: at ta:, at the FA:
hr following it dtTritanan
altilea.!
Ilorati.
1 Cask.
2 italnittaces.
• • I Cart. -
5 Inglelota Wheol Harnett.
do "do Load -do
I do do -Cart Co
Term.—Caab, Curren'ey.
'mad LfentL.DOl., and Deputy Q.
ATTORNEYS.
WOCIIMD - SO7.I3IERSi Ire ekther
the First of !;reorrl
8 'lroe4..z-tes
,r
ran receive the full booeti the same as It they'll(
served the full term of enLlat&a..ewzranuya
Solicitor for IlovellrA. Yeuslons and Piy,
Ifs STAr.ET, third door below th e Ce.-
thedrel.
MC M. morm-r-r. OEO. U. coviatia.
OFFE3`I'.& coma:emi,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. • -
OFFICE, IC* GEIANT STIMET.
CLAIMS, PENSIONS,
'BORN TIESOIACX PAY t and 51111t.lrry Claims
of e cTery , er.cri C , 011FC”,41 by the sut) . -sertber, at
ful , l(it*g rat,e4 / 4 1;1! torAto , oll other
Attorney at ?Air.
N. avgziz. omrtinTe2t - 1
sheett.4, and all futon:nit - Um Oxen jr. - arls. -so4:ty °'
H C. H . •
ATTORREY At , LAW, •
r. S. Lleensed Soldiers' Claim Agent.
.
.r.ountici for .Wousipl B c ll . 4ll rrs.offered to from .
ato (went dall.
Cail whv t Plrcre. Plitsburgb.;
ith utsr.larA44..l two awn ilr
Bnos. Y. ZIATIts. 2 . F0.11 W. SWAM.
AriE dc.S9ll:.
- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, - : .;
•
No. SI inalnOrwi Atreet, Plittstoulih, P.
•
cowl Busldeas; Rzsdnintrig• Title& Converiz,
Collection., and all Ithids of Legandur4ead, r ip
13• attended to:.
. . ,
.i..'-•
XIERCJILIM
..•TAILORS,
ruElsinx G. jr: I AIP,
MERCHANT.TAII.AIk:. . .
. , .
hi.TRIFEST COMB 6P-PENIU suct.int Feum
.
. .
. - - -,. •• PIT ibirCl7.oll, r.A.,
Zak, great pi flksury In Innonlidnlr tObfannlncrout
cnettaner.anct Ow public •genvrafly, that his rumba-
Ell arid artAngrlnen ts,i fur- the fad season. ara now
rumple tcd, hail arbeer, pert‘orMili.tte. ,ol. ". tb•
tr,t,1.,,,,, dab Louse, in the Eutern Mlles., Pray
tech a ciasstr gntate airan really he recommended,
*lll be etercd. which embraces MI Ilmnit lad Most
appr(k - td Material.4an4 styles, tho 'entire Ktoek be
ing ..t cry largo - varied and . select,'- Itt. felt has
•
non di co a/ideate Lte.intlting art earl 7 traptetiou. •. In. i
tnrertlnecOintoa cloth, and ,Ine silks. Pj
woad, warranted (actin Colors, Ana round torture.
t3telton Cloths and.otber new coatings, noetatyla ..
•
.c .etire suit,
4 ., ~, . ~....1 4. , 0r.i,,. ~, , eduieres for Paula and .
VEati, i..i .101.51 - np and rrca lag "rear. • ate*
.., r ~.
130TS' - '. ' , ' - •• .
•
DRESS AND
_SCHOOL SIIITS,
wrtsil. X.^
S-TAVINGIkiACBi NEE
Q. 1 :1 1 1 Tro t P r ? fj`F°"'ATIZ
Vb. if k A, P Willi' C 1
FV7-T 1
ita,.vots.g h
le • be . ..:Marletur murk at I't4la
..r. •
I re out: en for.
• I - •er • Y
ork
nin dn:to
I Ye"
eetrAtn / for nru
•r Tdy Mactune at e
-t ~e I
'malt.. 1"..r t-e-1 manufuctortaz dlarbine
.o Val..
a., no., Ma man:luring Maritime.
fo. 'even Mann( Arming nta . letreu •
Tn • Fed,
inc
f r e ' e n r 'l , 3l en ' e ' ra b
at I-7 pa
nwre ory County I , nlr Pn
Prmutme. for ne-1 3.leUdelca at leuck•
County Fulr. I.
Premttitu for In, dlanufannrlng .I•lnchine • •
Pta.ka ounlTlair. PA.
FIKt Prtaidnta forne yn ,
, ne urlng and Family
Alne-hint. at I , ltrletctle'd Fat,
1.1,1 Pre Lama fur levnt 31Antern u n er y
am r
.11nebtne at PinTuvra Pall., N. Y.
111,4 Prrmlurn for teal dinnufaeturtng and Family
dlnchlnevnt litiCielk count,' Pair, Y.
Find Pre-Tatum for nest . 51 .naufa. - turinee. and Family
Ms.-dine at SehuTtar Countv Fat, y,
Find Premium for twat MSc:eine for all reurpovea,
at Aneglemey County ' , Air, Pa.
pn•nelum for twat ManufsettlrlaE, !Lachine
Alle.uhmly County Fair, Pa.
Find l'ivollom for b t Ma,hir.o work at .I.llegheay
County FM,. Pa.
n lad wberti'vr okhlolt<4l.
A. F. CHATONEY,
GENEg.kr, AGENT
=ITO
WV. r. weltarr , r.
&
WHEELER & WILSON'S
LOC6-STITCLI
SEWING MACHINE.
OFFICEs
N. r 7 Fifth Street, Misesfree.
No. in Main strect, NV/well:3g. Weal. VI mania.
No. Z. t , lierrlor Street, Clescland, Ohio.
Pikes Opera Ilmise, Cincinnati, Ohio.
No. Masoolo Temple. Louisville, Hentnki.
No. I! Penney/v.l - a Street,
Jal•
•
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WITII TABLES COMPLETE..
6 Punches,
3 Horse hasps,
I Screw Plate, Taps. to,
I &march
I
ITS I 4 . II!:_t •I *;F:.T .
: Hand vs reaches '
1 T..eou Saw, '
1 COMUS.96 Saw;
1 Tin Cans,
6 StorePlpe Ethos',
: 3Lanure Yorks,
6 Roes,
Itrandlng Irons,
2 Iron Kettle*,
4 Pallor Needlot,
r HollerLtda,
33 Lamps,
I Draw Hangs, .
1 Saddl..es ll:meter,
I ••
dl
6 Awl Handles,.
1 Coffee Pot,
1 6 Ropes.
1 1 V t l o Vdler•srlaccrii
I Claw +.l.
I Saddler . ..2loloer.
I Edge Tool,
3 Axes,
6 Tin Hollers,
10 ItalLs and cbabn.
3 'Wheelbarrows,
3 (:rtorbsne„
I pair Balances.'
U./AU:Pp (Th 11.11414.4
31 porrnd IlloWax,
' 11111 :C. Z 4rilt re.. .
. 2 11 0.35 a, 1 ;Nista,
11- Rooks; 13 spares,
}llpound Lamp Dlnek.
I gal. lic ataro
.13 pound. Horse ot
Shoes.
3 ladles, •
I Picks and Hasidim.
1110 Joints Store Pipet,
2:1 Ctwklng Pots„
I Saddles...! Knife,
3 . Shoo Khlte,
iaill'".
/
1 Se;oTtb S the l ind Soothe
Stone,
iI Piro Shovel,' •
Istp& i ttlea.`
M E. Wlrtlzr . B asi,Ett ._
! 1 Stove r - Ipe Cop... h".
I 1 , 4 und Cualt, --,!
, 11 Hammerates,
i 3! Handle..
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