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, FOREVER itsFAllOtrift e 4 7
ilk vitibitqltAtititt.. _ '
The, -names of the Repubuma g,*;4l
._.............._ • wbo.voted against the Freohner*ltuntAil.
toill; after the President's veto, will remain
THuß simiy, FEBRUARY 22, 1666.
1 forever infamous--as :''.innimone es the
=dee of those..tewnt Whigs -wktot for
pelf and patronage, tistairted_thelr.party.for
lons /harm—the - Avointrw:Jonwspx of
Ipl. That , th ey_may be, known, we sub
jot - tithe blitok list: -
EriENO•_ AA' of Rev VMS ;
MIL SIINWT Ne'reete 1
,D* IL NORTim of Ittanmatet
J ItILXOX. of Commiettaut, %
IANZSIL DOOLECITXOA Wilamts , B.
Wl3 dO not put Colverin thisliet:besanse
be has long since sunk an thr; pollUcally, as
he ever lan. Re was chosen es ',s Fierashlt..
can, but• has acted with-the - 04pertsiods ,
slmosi front the Mart.
Of Duos,DOOISTYLk 4111 d STZWALIIT it
May be ur g ed that theysre naturally sr**
pbantsandlickapittlisomti wistatumnYeat i "
alder wbstilveiprinciplestheyrn a i ba y e p ro-
Ceased as so tench property to barter in the
open market; but for !dolman and Ronson
no such ttscuse dm be aired. They both
represent itwatesteontithdencles, find neith
er of them coma get half e.dozen Republi
can votes for re-etection;fit their resiorie
s tate L es t e uroms,r after - this vote. , They .
have deliberately. , relarepreatulted.i.lhair.-
State afgt _the 1,11033;b1MY
et Abe bill Aral jrudirreet 'Met; Wit
hild_thil voted right, ,tha -- bill , mtddleave
passed by the retinisite twO:thinle vote.
They will undoubtedly - lite,Ohuridar from
their huthlsseisi4listisieil Owistituente.
afmaz To AD
Nodes la Dere* Wee that bereatter all TIAN- .
lasirr olonigoqOinnozolnd 4.tlds ales noabe
pale Az wh010.n0n 444 In. except 4 the cue ot,
meerueses. wbow, billa will be maitre*
c urtsey, it toad. - Adverbliera will/Awe make a
non of *boo the MO of tub vaments An.
oottioaminna or the ehheeetex etete 4 .. llll o 3 e With'
Ply eilareee. . _
slieprieaitoaruorotas and litingail !plow Li
TUEU MINTS at orlitim*twabon.
Sundt . , eiiirbiti a/Oil* CUI . S per itoek.
MTV! OF TlLF..lizinz FrATES.
The wretched figment that the seceded
end warrlng,Stattea were obit in the Unicit
Is bearing tteMptoprlate fruit. It Is upon
that idea , that the men who, /Pm than a
Ytir ag 0 1 - Wera WN:Pg with an_ th eir
might, and with tha malignity of demos,
against the Garettittlinti and are not doing
so it this moment only beanie they have
not the pcmarto do so 'are itu!olentlyclalin
tug all the rights which the Constitution
confers upon loyal citizens.
The question ia,,waro the aecoded States
out of the Union? -No; but they were de
funct. They died as Blares the Moment
they cut the cord which bound them to the
Thwart of eethalion was intact of
political trnicids:and ailthat retcath:ted Vrio
the territory which theyiesdoecitile d
they avreStattst.- Thienotiiit of treason or
at sulaidebould take out ortlietthlon.
remained as much as rear a girt of the na
tional donna's, and it lidecffilY titret-.
ted that the government did not regard
them as mere ter_r_itodes — fOr 0 0-1 444. they.
were nottdng:a he--4rom the•moment of
their ligasziouetion 'rnerribeii_ of tire :',
Milo : a, arid eopasipaently ad, - 41Yotes, under
the Constitution. 'lied this commonsense
view been taken of their status at'the very
moment When they cut loose froth the cora
l:atm nationality, we shoubliave bad none
of the bonistithtional hair splitting which is'
now distraiting . the country.
We contend that it was the TerritorY of
the tinion; - and not the - States Of the Union,
for which we fought and conquered in the
late war. Suppose, instead of attempting
to secede as a State where they . were, the
people of South Carolina—every man of
them—had migrated In a body, as Israel
did from Egypt, and had taken their State
with them—their constitution, their stat
utes, their courts, and everything that goes
to make up that which we call a State—and
settled down-on a part of Yucatan, if you
like, and had called it South Carolina, and
had there gone on growing'votton and:ne
groes just as they did here; wouldthat have
been secession? would that have been trea
son? llot a bit of it. They had then, and
they have yet, a perfect right to do so. All
that they would have taken away would
have made no breach in our national do- I
main; and although for a- little while we'
should have lost sthtacr we should have re
tained the territory upon which other and
better people could very soon have created
another State of the same name, the same
extent, the same resources, and the same
national value. God alone can make a 2Yr
rifory; but a State is en ephemeral thing
which can be made or unmade in en hour.
•'A breath can wake IL as a breath hie made."
Arkansas, for example,' was a territory.
, The people who had settled upon it some
years ago, conjoined with Congress, made
It a State. A eonclave of traitorous men,
acting as the representatives of its people,
dissolved its connection with the National
Unionyin virtue of which union it was alone
possible that It could become a State. What
then? WhaLdld It become? Mike ordi-1,
MaTIW of secession remove the territory out
of the National domain? No; for that was
impossible;. Wait. did destroy the State. It
aboliehedttiaricincliwea rondo a few years
ago, but left that which had been there
through all time. it abolished-that - which
cm: and must be made again,. beforethi#,
who happen to °comity vtinst Can
,logically claim ..thei.rights.W citizens of a
member of the ...American Union.
It is airforce, Osori tours verge
ily, to see the President death*.:With . the
. people of Ake iarritories; over itlach - the
State germ - non:ft were abolished by their
own trattorons. acts, as it they were atilt
citizens of States 'nod of the United States,
and at the. Mile tine _A : Dealing them as if
if they wore people of some outside terra=
tortes---appointing prosiontil governors
over them, and preserildeg what they . &At
. do, and What they do—telling
• them in the same breath; that they are now
in the Union, tread, they have never-been
out, that they utast do so end 0011E1(06r to
be restored,th the Union, claiming foi
them ail the rights 'to which loyal cittiens
can lay claim, 'End yet eructing of them
certain things:with:which ther.-rottektonx-•
ply before thei6tiertjoy thcpasiklftleii* 4-
In following. out
figment that,heiserise the trit,toi,tht
dissolved a State =mot cease to Saha, We
~. see the President fliandering in a qiiiimire
of contradlctioo:—treatirig the late seeeeed
States as States and.yet pot as Brute s, thei r .
people as citizen's and' yet not as eltitans=-'
--claimingfbr them all the andini-•
munities of interie4t
oessarily denying those - rights—criPpling
the government with one hand, and clip..
piing them with the other. • Stich an lino
' miaow state t , f thitigkio , fraught: ivith toot.
to the gcrienthieht:'itself and to , stir& pen.
pie, both , white , and • black, Far" better
would it itaveineii tor the rebcti i 4thiesc. end
for the rebels themselves, had the govern
' meat taken them at their word, and as,
%thOwledttod.theo B sf* B4 4 , 4 3 'ff zo t odeed .
' out of the «furatm.'.
Then they would have eleirl e y understood
and acquiesced in, their :dettus= 7 ,thert, tine
power of Congress over them would have
been unquistioned- 7 4ien the .way et return
would have been through the old and Well
established process ; and the work of ream,
eduction would not have, }meet difficult, for
it would. not hitve ,been obetructeti, by a
thousand conalciing theeiles—and then' the
President's ditticuldeartserdingthe Freed
men's Bureau bill could have had no place
in any sane man's logic.
PracUcally both the President and Con-
greys are treating those Statist WI If they
were, territories, for it le impossible that
they can do anything; lse. .Then hy not
accept the sittuatiait in. all. its lettitty and
breadth, and, in all its . stern realities,: so
th a t theoretical difficulties and obstmc
tions may not be suffered to - impede the
work of rertoring the Union On a
nnd, solid and endtiring heals, and gitar.
antoeing to every State a repsdolican Sown
of government; and so that' the bonsutu
tion shall not.becotne -a fetter ih the bands
of enemies of the country totmpede it
in the exercise of Ita ieglttaiate, healthful,
and saving functions, •••
Tim telegraph' reipirts that Mr. tobotke-
ThE has .introduced ur introduce
the Senate a. Fretelmeit's Bureau bill "La
oorporsting the pz:eeklenthil feetnres." One
dltlieultx attends this attempt. The Presi
dent basistithidbeeeitie; Wills view, thereb
el States ate In the in the Amnia iienie
and teltEZ ;es. ilia 1 (641
titatee, or* •
,Irtnedinen's - Binenn
Imbed riiitelbeYanifeicinded from rep
resentation intonFeilets - wice*sgintional.
• pelted. to Natto any bill passed by Congress,
as itptestativiristitzteil; and 3f to shiina
sign any each - .*heitii*,le9m# 4 'b7..
DeelaTitx or.apYpf has othgrMen4 6,
then the special reasonnir - -iviat.the'yete.
Ws &Ultra President to be'as sniege
everlintiink the hinter dna of .613U:thorn
roen, , TN* country now know wfutt Freed
Men MVO to expect of him. What linty
hey rewonably expect of the other eon?
N,.1 7"; :7 ".-A
map) lti allthe'rebellimitoing gu In the
lower house of the .Tentiespee Legislature.
The Toyer MajOrity of the House laving
&treed la frstetchise•law under which it
would be impcialble for *els to vote, had
luxeranOtek tar with' it aito ' put it en its
final passage; but it this stage the rebel
menlens tolled, leasing' the House with
out a qubrum. Things lame been Intl&
condition for severed days rest, latginning
with the day when the Speaker threw his
mallet at the head, of f.ir. MULLEN, one of
the loyal members, and the majority have
kept the matter te)ftrrlhe House all that
time, 'misting llutt the Speaker should com
pel the attendance of the absentees, and so
secure a quorum. '
The Speaker Strangely enough, sides
with the rebels, and rules every point of
order in their favor that he poesibly can.
At Kat accounts the House had compelled
him to issue warrants for the arrest of the
recusant members, several of whbm bad
sent in their resignations, but without'se
curing their aoceptance.
PUBLIC SENTISBNTON THE VETO
Public sentiment on thevetois beginning
to develop itself. The New York Tribune
"Mr. Johnsonlas made &grave mistake.
He has relieved thosewho elected him of s
weat responsibility - by takingit on his own
Shoulders. Hereafter, whateriv wronge
may be inflicted uponor irif i c t is lita- 1
feted by the Southern ' B - wilt bei
charged to the President r who has theta.
naked to thele , enendie.: Time will' those
that he has . thereby:preclitded it tine and'
speedy restoration of the' Et oib,,_sia Italie
led more hutting misery cattier ites than
on her packs. " •
"Occasional," in the Rhiladelphia Preis,
hitherto one of the President's statineheet
supporters, says :.
"The allegation that eleven States of this
Union are unreprwiented in Congrins, and
that their absence when this bill was leas
ed is one of the eiddences of ' its irdtudice -
and unconstitutionality, and that their
presence Is essential to : give legality
and force to legislation, i it proves
anything, it proves Mgt the Impor
tant legislation ..of the pant four years, in
tended to save and to. rescue Me ilepublie,
and to put down the rebellion,tvas (!legal or
taleonstitutioned:`The p atri otic people of
the United, State/011ml now look to their
- Congress., Portuntitidribr the rub:re t itle/le
two west Houses stand-in solid and stern
array around 'The rescued liberties of the
Union; hi:Cif tlirly are.eXpected to complete
the great missiorkintrosted to them must be
sustained and strengthened by the people.
The President has taken his appeal to the
onle, now lerCongreas go with - him to
•nieir knee! cons:Strum ' "
NOT Taus.—Tlte - Doylestown Denioorni -
referring 'to the late iatthuiruniatit of the
Legislature from the 16th to the 27th Inst.,
uses: _ •
"This adjournment ecistathetkate at leis'
fortY4homianddollini, and the time wrvins
about ode:fourth sor . Ow Working days of
the session"' .
nag' adjowrnment caste the State simpi y
nothing. The -inetekbers are 'not paid by
the day, but by the year, and the.pay Je the
same whether they. occupy hair' or many
days in legislation or adjmulmienta,
And tidelands tie to notice another-elat e Ment of the ponaqat, that the daily pay;
ot.a znamber ttoi Tanttedature is' twenty
dollars. A: paragraph - , to that effect ha
been going_the - founds - albite4ms, hai
uo tbundatiOn' in 'Act, -htetntraot ; tks.
Legislature areiidided In* indiny .VOO
per iumngi,Usid not s44#7allo*-
aaee,Lasilrinter the Legge apPro—
Piloted to Ita*tibt!iii 3 o o. XFlKoask ,
h3g the pay $1,000;, and se the send= amial
ly one 20 1 4 4 tritti Owl 'trial, days,
the amotmt glinf dayfiabet . little over eight
ANDNEW JOHO6ON isa OftlZEMOrthe Uni
ted States through, hie citizenship .ef'the
State of Tentussee.: If; that State wea a
Ibreign State - when be watteloctialantriever
Vete, then be must have tuen,ualaarrony,
imbed to be a eltiaen ofotim'Xinitel'
unite therefore iCtrold uoklawfuliyettedeo.
.to the Proisideticy.—Pharf. Ledger., . :
There La not a particle of feet in Mb; pa
tailor': A man born in thelllletria of Col
ombia, or in on e of the Territotite, Ise aft;
iron Just as fully let a man : barn In 'Penn
sylvania. 'A man horn `at tale, of Ameri
can, parentage and under: the gag, is an:
American Citizen. , A man born of Arnett- ,
Citti , parentage,. M - Itri7 4 . (Ord& • country,
in the service of our government- in mer
cbnndiae finance, ss. Feltunplit or agent,
or se a traveler in pnrsuatof health or plea
sure, is Citizen ait-sTielitteif 44 - th r
horn In 31wetachneetts.- flehoe, General
MENDE nag born in Spainbut . be Is none
the lees a citizen' and none tile 1 eiul eligible
tO the Prcisidintbrit . , - ' ' •
Tun Cbminereirtl, 'for woe .
ken elamOrtiwily ;i
. tibliklid, AfitT Preeldenl
which our ctiteuiyonux hes ;Ir
This morning, however,iiitetql
ingbythe P:wide:at; the Citypecieiat
dulgee Ln strati of eqininent 'trout which
it is impossible to conjecture which nide 'of
tho fence - it hi tin; Or 'iihether or not it IT .
WAIL tqativuldle thevail: ' '
feet of fiie Preeident's- Veto: Is to exclude.
Tennessee lions relahxdrsdan,AO ekkliglTSlfik
The. Reconstruction Cateuitttee •up-telkon- -
day hut, was favors*. lueitned to taPooi .
Ins a bill ferher , roulmissien, but the veto
has ehiltiged all U at, and Tennessee will
have to watt, Along with the peek The
_President &nit cute the. datiat of ids even
TICE Dethooratd having inside ft convert
of the Prendent are naterelly very jebnint,
over IL Thidi'loy doxi'de 'Vent In'a serenade
in Washington?: and In = firing Itdrty:ani
ingt-Li!"04 11 #0 POidistevol
old ninriptened sea end hod to inAktv_eng
*Via1. 7 4 0 "Y:0 13 04 04 they.
inediblretvnkal adnello'ckg4 of pang,
delegsta to We Resroblicin ptate Cogyftty .
U°D; } / 10, ' 3 % , : -2 t:,:htihalm sod - Osmond
Tane feet Ittelase-o . trb-44 , -
ins* , 01 4***9 0 4* 4*(4 -- 4411.*04:
Jetts was br_order of the Pneddotit..t4lis
aohntut of that order and of tbe veto men.
sage . are idealist; - '
„ ~_ ST-Z,4?:r.Z,F0,27-..L.V44721
•• • • - -
krkliaJatko.lr W.V. 84,Iirdster .7, i r -
....- . . z
his or eo ; hiti iiiiittorwine i - i b o wn ,k e a i l o min *d re- k
Ncrr4c . Eisu l aut - Ei"—ittfa
Vale • Efetaksajlittordet oUnds ;that She Briekliyanio r f trrhrnn4rmen "l
President Johnson's policy, end marl : , legheny and vieNOty, would demand fi b re dolitin
"If„ under these circumstances, It il4 110 t, WIIIIIIIYATIVIPIIT of 1:41. 5."."n "g".
ItEaItbrAICANO to admit the Southern , =tam . ORN ti 'Alvan, 8..--
d e on e to congiens. the rebelStmes can -
ute It onlyto thenTheiVeit. They re ap
whet have sown. II would besuieldal
wagnagmity, togive up the seats in Con
gram's° impenitent rebels," that combined
with their Northern Democratic Mends,
010 Kallghta of the Golden Circle, they
might, by degrees, rboorer the power toun
do what has been aocomplhthed, and wrest,
from the people of the North the fruits of
their immense sacrifices,. •
The Gennatfltepubllean press, through
mit the country, takes the aide Of the itadl- -
cols • in) Congress). The German Repot>:
limns believe in their prin ciples , and '
not be induced to throw them of
"MR. POLLLBD. Of the.Aktußond
iner Pled gei higusalf_ to .s aPPortY° l M 11 1
ininilittlitrOßlier,,RW, Male DAS amne - aer'''
Tbst is the phi* on ighteh the President
rev,AsdPe.nend. '(Gin's order suppress
ing. the E4aminer. The President acoepta
what GRAWr thought to-be treasonable in
cu/initials, as a fair support of ins
on, end POLLARD pledges himself to
givethat same sort of support in time to
Tn Republicans of Cheater county, at
their late meeting, paused the following res
Resolved, That the Loyal Benateirs and
Representatives In Compass. In their efforts
WI reconstruct the. Union upon the bests of
justice, hornet: ay and equality before the
law of all climes of elittens, deserve the
gratitude of the nation.
SLIBTAIFERCI THE PEESIDENT.—The
menial informed its readers, yesterday,
that the Senate had sustained the Presi
dent's veto. As there were only eighteen
votes for the vita to thirty against it, it is
hard to discover how the President was
Younsrowlr, Cambria county, bad an
election on'Friday buil, and the 'Republicans
carried it by a decisive majority: The Dem
ocratic papers, generally, have not heard
the news: but they are still bragging over
having carried Lancaster, which hassiways
Erma. champion or apologist of slavery
—every rebel and every sympathiser with
the rebellion—applands tbo veto message•
. PIIIILIC OPINION ON TILE VETO.
• (From the Philadelphia Bulletin 4
Tea Virro.—The President hen vetoed the
Freedmen's Bureau bill. We need not nay-that
we regret that he has made en Mum with
Congress on a measure which, after very
mature consideration, had passed - both House,
of Congress by very lane majorities. i ills m
g:l37:n though pia
u = - Toth r t e . t n br, O s o l u t abrs
easily controverted. The fact of the Presi
denVa having vetoed a bill which has not even
been • regarded as one of the so-callial "radi
cal. measure.' , appears to give great sati sfa tion to all those who favored the South in the
rebellion, and rt will probably ho hailed also
with delighttg - the Southern preen, Including
tbe Richmond Examiner, whose editor openly
whims his detestation of the United States
With elf reams for the Presidential office
and the IPreaddentla right to eicuiins
-101:11010 cannot forget that s is the
direct representative of the peop le, and that
its measures adopted after careful considera
tion, have an equal right to our respect. We
shall daffiere the preeet aiffererice between
the President and Congrese if it ehonld lead
toss ent breach between them, not for
reasons, but because It will prolong
difficulties of the countrir, retard econ
struction, and encourage the hostile feel ing of
the Southern people toward' .the BM* and
the authority of the legislative department of
the government. In all therr acknowledg
memts of defeat they have submitted de fi edy
- the Prealdent, and have reviled and
Confrere.. They names that It was not only
thePrealdent; that it WWI not at ell President
Johnsen, that carried on the war which they
began and An which they were defeated. It
was carried on by Congress and the Brent
people of the loyal States. True, the mew
unis of Congress Weald have been unavailing
with an ineldctsnt or.llnflatbral imeentive.
B it was not ati - egectitivo triurah Alone
w at henthe Southern oconftdersoy colla psed, and
in the process of reconstruction the authory
of taingreas is entitled to its full share of re
(Prom the Washington Chronicle.)
This =mange of President Johnson will fall
like the cold hand of death upon the warm
impulses of the Arnerfeth -people who have
given much of their treasure and their blood
to the muse of the Republic, and bait re.
PM sued - unstinted and tinquestionMie
Zdenee m th e Executive: There is indeed"'
came for universal solicitude. We ran staled.
nem every Copperhead raniar e ona ll gt a tfte
Worth, et what will be balled and retarded as
a deliberate and studied rebuke ortha bold;
oseselentlems and plattlotio Corigtessional
1111/jodgelt. It may be even safelrpredffitml
that in a very "port trine thane to Thome chur
n*mid constancy we are indebted for the
W the ya y have tt= of
been the Beffi to ttA, =be
er•a Pu .. hr rnne%ll:
recent • traitors la USDA, and their intolerant
.sympathisers ' and that, instead of treason
made a crime, - It WM he loyalty alone
that will be punished.
The surrender Of Lee was only the beginning
of a •new rebellion. The defeated • traitor
threatens again to became the triumphant
Mostar. Zuni titriatusigsanot etal 14 POrtterm
- Nome° the chief emisplrator may begin to
indente the - bone of returning to the Senate of
Motioned &WOW there to reamert that fatal
supremacy which MMOureged secession tinder
One Administration and preeipitated rebeilion
ageing. another, •
6ENZ kL =RWe.
Is Southern DWI the clergy are doing their
.ntMoat. ea - prevent the introdnettm of civil
among the people. Not only is (Av
Ventinnoed.Dcwithe us Un
lawlbli as in. Genoa, but tbsolutlon sad ex
tretaii iinctionare dented to thole who are not
married in. a.. Church. This conduct tends
greatly to diminish the influence of the clef ,
rae w lr g t g. 6 eSi ll rill e al wh lbtrui, l iro m ecc nnin fes t i!
newly.edecied "State Centre" of the
Weniamr, John Forristal, comes oat for
Roberts and General Sweeny, and says that
.93isd amble - 18a ant lust of notoriety:. promp.
;tad Jolla CuMilhouey and others to violate the
.winatituttom ,- tie mildly ear:chutes' sheep
i ttetiOn te tlie"clique of knaves and
that. rapport Johu CUlliabcmer in his
traumatic ilia rat:nous coussau The Oght is
growing dallXmOre interesting.
Linim Democratic Miens nOw ssTr.with do
attes' Dui; Lt suggestive, that - they desire
, sus entangling inhumes with Treeldent John-
I son, for the Mingle MUM that trader bpi ?Ml'
ay' the Senithert - States will - be =mitt tate
the in 'etch nape that they can secure
through them a national =halt victory
wittiOnt any aseiststoo of the Proaldtmtln the
future.. The warm Democratic approval Of the
PresidenWerreconstructiot potter dot h now
ashlMt Iticreasonablenesc—Yr. I•4llbuite.
GOI:DIXD iiivriaViore-The ravioli* of the
Crops metals at San Francisco. ii_pgrom
Wire Winter thattlfriar regions
laat t l e i
review of the yew.* ..a pex from one. ,
the -reeognieed auth orities in..suob Matters, -
gives the following as the simelpta of
gold and silver at patigrantitoo In • tbe lida
.five yearn; ISA ppooo,ooot Mot, 01Wpap teirh.
110, 000 A 00 1 NA 14004 lea, WON mu •
Nor Mid since then- was a dat:einttniit
nub houseor Mr. Scott,: near MAMA;
county,- Alabama. The 'weather wav very
warm In '.1.110 early pert of theavetingibtit it •
Inlet beesane exceedingly. oola whenthe party
broke umbeated end flaigned. The company
Went home; tweet thomaled the next morn
ing, and seven hsve singe, died.
'are threatened with a small .
Anittag trOtible. - Mae 'lndiana On 'Manitoulin
:Liana have quarreted among thettseives
Mg he - rt'veiries of the Qatar; of 'England
And Jesuit inbildottiriesi, and are - threatening
,each other and the Vines' .artarlutruu
'Tear bad la Central Illinois and Indian*.
butane]; the batirkstabow storm of the. gro
ttos season. _The -conseateenoss were gory
damaging to railroad travel, and were akteno:
ed wltb the low of considerable live stoic ana
otter - . •
liussmtri litOMl3 W"C Ortli bs i v - o reell a been Ual llr res ' Wou f tim th i ter e aluiry ri - tovertbear2 lektni
sip baggage from the wrecli...a..bdi"_st__,M tder
/On recovered a trunk mutat suet
. oisey viwr .
able, and glia) in money . .
flieutonVille" Herold ann oun ces i loe!
death 02 VIE MOW Rallitter. , Rev, 5r522.
Morse," who wis OM' gears The e g o e vali
SOl. at st. Paling Ctiuron in...tiat city.
!Spa age of
..nistabei Or &mines" , 14 Ala In
aboggesatio is ; red* .
trWitk til i . iii,otbe n iateiligent CoatteloiliA!'•
teal to during:lqt 4 ) L
l a t raV ror i=a , : ln tutter4calle - to*
ochooltabitree,mortroins & linoau 31°-
ig 4 TAST imam
teed Neve", !WM el eas .. as loe;erkiewlklATT
ItOed for b=tURIFLPRVONI!4-- 6-‘
Minn is so salt sue Se.
traiDaustPose.-re twor•Kadugafingsu t°
started tg alobit
postioe Giuggio tatbir bag - been • iiplona l ww,
sterotiortissugr - atantittag - - 4
..,.D.t' u ttelVO . ,./.iliv• uOviiii.:,...otretaipii4F4
.zieeeuelly iourresstse:llC sank Inure se•
childhood ta11d.30151.0911Mr Under- MI My
Ills war Set•ti9 blO•Koloile - Aso _to• non ,
Asp by 447 Ula OOP abb." - Heim
hoebed So lit o l l kbr u ltoOn ulPe 443 '4 11 . 54,115
, m0n .... wo L erg e. tryirdi , - 91Illib.: se
•vAysE''''' ''-' ' d ter , ' OM* , -
0 111 OA ', , •-•. 1
ict ets rouitare_ /me.. ' Ile'
tie Am It"
Ids Thonsehold, he closed bls prayer !Rh
- N th * venoms—me Uwe: - •
- tziew ; lei sae dam,. to deem' " al),
ißifreltht received Isthe PITTSBURGH
ABU) c ane ..
fart=lee, r owing lb
Badge over Jacob's Creet l Ma MT Herbs
aide te receive." al hereto
twre. H. C. SHALLENBERGEB,
NT ler eereesolotme purled at the
t r at?%, el l i tltl e arl e Viritrerr l at e d * .f m, , of e th .
subsgtpuons for the rememder of the Mork to %a
Lamed. trill he moetrea from the original stoekhold•
ire, to the NM tear.
I ›s••• 'I •t : 'I • I 11
ROBBoy Tar, ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAIL
COILPANY,_ — By an act of Assembly, ap-
V'moved the eth of Febmary, ISM, the Alieglten
alley Railroad Comlonit t. „Ap o u , t b v.fizi m lv i
tl u zis t affn of tollari rrad
,_wideLsald stock Is to IYe of
iered to the present Stockholders. Subseriptto •
mid Mecham opened at the unumh or th,
Company, and. *llk remain open for Stockholde
exMosirely, until the PIM day of March nexL
felettehe WILLIAM PUILLIPS,.Pre sident.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DR&TR,
A , HACKS, to.—Notice le hereby given to all
owners of Drays, Carts. Carriage., Boggle*, Pm.,
whether reetdent or nem-resldent In The City of
PitUbetgh, to pay their Licenses at the Trearnarer.s
°ee oUthe Ci of Pittsburgh. FORTHWITH. In
accordance wl en Act of Aasembly, approved
Ketch .110, IM, amino Ordinance of the Councils of
the City of Pittsburgh, panted April la,and all
persona who neglect or refuse to take out Llcenses
will be sublect to a Menalty, to be recovered before
th_eltfayor, doublethe =wont of th e License. -
The old metal plates of Prlffiollll years most be le
turned at the time - Laconic, are taken out, or pay
RS cents therefor. ,
. .. . _. .. .. .
SAWS OP LICE-VSZ:
F.sch. OA. Horse Vehicle
0 7 GO
Pia Two Horse Vehicle
Each icor Hone Vehicle 15 00
Each Two Horse Hack 15 00
Omnibuses and Thabar Wheel. drawn by two
horst., 011 CO each. For eoeh additional hone wird
In any of the above echicles,lloo.
W. EICHBAII 51, City Treasurer.
Pll77llllliGa, February 611 1 162/s.—rekmayld
` „ ice=P 4 ~~tQ~~~
071 , 1ar. or Tillt&g .m Mlinstil vm.twr CO.,
cut. February Ist, 1 1 / 6 11.,
ones with the provisions of the Charter and
Supplement.. the .4.0110.11 Belson! Meeting of the
Btoabolders of the Alleghmsj.Valley Railroad Com
grs is a , b Orril2s ;Or reb o il/ :!Th e rtt
IIO . OIIXUE et..; to recelv the Report o f t
dent end Managers, to elect e. Hoard of /tanagers for
the ensuing you, and tmustact such other busluess
MI may he presented. •
Band JORN BALLANTINR. Secretory.
N OTICE.—The Stockholders _of
the I.TNIOIS CHEF= SUS BABINIOIL V I
O i rtbe
e n t i . T s3 . ll4.l ti L4Ac OP
Board of Directors tor abetment year. g ,
By order of the President._
• OTTICI RIZ CANALCONTAVY, I
Earl, February lath, DOS..
ERIE CANAL COMPANY — , -An
Election for Seven Dlrecton or the ERIE CA
NAL COMPANY wUI be help at their 011 ice In Erie,
on MONDAY. the ath or March neat.
riuktox A. H. CALMNY. Neereb.7.
rrm IIONONUAtIELA HOUMA
AN. ELECTION , O T e T w,
Dn ....ONAGERS of Ile c OR
"" late Macon... QM", tee OP!
Aug:,,ql7 Of Alleihnly*L'greae PU
at 1110 TO O P. 0.11 Jan ' u.oreatty 1010 .W'
10.64 Z, oOot On m ""2"hltA, U
01, UNDAy, w Lite net
_ fe10:10td 1031,
N. nowass., TreilOitr.
29p PIT Orr. ..Hug allidartgente A1111[1(6137
'and of the Bridge; on MONDAY , ' th:, elh asi
"itattlV• " t Treasurer.
C ToLETTING.-The Allegheny !Mier Railroad
o zzl , 7lt4rlitte=trillillarrt ri vilinga
sections of their road, escalading imp Oil
City wrothward, and on Eileen sealant, eitendint
from ilaßOUble Creek northward to the Manny or
Brady . , lion Vert, tea seettcra will be
about pas mile 1p length.
Laps 101115!, lilts, and speclacattolloi r tbe
work will be read for:examination at the gb.
neer'. obice, on * if4ent, in the coy Or W..
burgh, an Ma lat'of Slush nest , and, propo will
be remlcell at th e same 'throe Apia 6 o'clock, r. al.,
T t h l e il ire rt i t rllig e rnrOrttifd A gi l ed at soon u
prietleable, but contractors eon at thy Mae obtain
at the Enginettri oldee. ln Pittsburgh, all the infer
maticrn necessary to enable them to examine , and
old for the work undeptlandtheY.
At further InfOnoatton desired pan he Aid by
li ar " to
Pet" . oar alvirar.
CcitrittoLLinva orricz, • I
Caror Acr.iOßiaF. Sidman - 1; t
SEALED PROPOSALS. endorsed
..Pronoaals Aar on.dtait rota Parini...n.lll be re.
ortiori aute onion until THOIIiDAY
for Grading and Paring Mara airasS.
t=irnon to Irwin avenue. Also for Grading:
and Paring Centre stress.
fe Riad . X. N. FRANCIS, Controller.'
SotrizOLUOVI 011ict. • I
ATCAl°74l9....,itei• 4•41...kri isoa.
urumALli i _enaorsed
n 'T ° lnt l is r aMt st"ri tu f.r
Wareintlr me Wood add / e ali Wirlor rue
~,,,,n la skrantgtrVill f srin Ilet#4 l .
twg , 664t r a y COAT AND AND
Has "rill strobe. received at tbe•usdi - time for
0110•.24' B. LlCllNCls,Gnitraller.
OfTerar If Oh -Mk f
ISP I W I Mat fir an of Water may" will be
received at tlineodlee antll n•TITILDAY, WO Yen.
rimy. Inclusive, am making • Plan of the Water
Pl = " Pre e cl onal "' • endorsed .Propoatt oe/Urea%
ps,v , will be rewired until WEDNMIJAY,
February, inclusive. for furnishing lid new Tin
Val Lamp of the land bow In '
m Als t ser_e 4 p_g7
DA ",..d incleaftr. lb take clung of
the to Lamy*, to Ilant, clean, and tug In order
foe one ear.
The int la reierrad to rdect any and all blds.
tell: B. B. FRANCIS, Ilitv controller.
:1 1 1: 0 ):ENzi 1 1130 4 (kW' :$'48,1:1
TABLE OP CONTENTS ,
THE SNOW. A Pont. Illustrated.
NORTH-WEST PASSAGE RYLAND. -Witriss:
I iTvs WOOD - Cll2/A . COVNTAX. Mustrated.
THE DEAD LETTER Bang.. flattened. ,
ASSASSINS AND THER WORK; Common%
A MAD NIGHT; A &rota. PAR? 11.
THREE DAYS AMONG THE OIL WELLS. "
rim BAROMETER; ITS CONSTUCTION A"
UNCLE RODIRACK . 6 SERMON; d. StOitY.
FINGER RINGS; TITAN uurrorr, STSt•.CTOS2:
TOW BLAKE; A FOWL
THE CONVICT'S WIPE; A fivonT.
OUR =IS; CAM? lIICARINISCEVCED.
WHO STOLICTIIE !MOONS? A MST.
UT ROYAL PRIZE; A Pos.% ,
"POPULAR PEOPLE. , PnoTooSApar,o '
TO-DAY; As IT IS is PAsstossists CzaCLiS. •
CURRENT NOTES; Os DSOs's, PSESowS.
Sold by all Newsdestrs and legkeellsTs: Price.
Td scupper ninStr; 'Or; 03,00 pet year, ,
BEADLE AND COMPANT -- PalilLibes,
11E1 wiillata Stvlifyork.
gIIW N 5CW419 7 1 ! ;
TH-F, . 40 No. seas:
• 'V aosreoll , SSONO NOOKS t
ile SOW - •
N A 011 t MSOOICN.
NEW .11001 ELL.
giti l atrAlCa l iNu A rßiZainicap
NINECON s°:i 'AvaTRAiIA. ax
. N iarigNrigEW .11 0 141 . - . -21 OBLE
bAcitinitigiatratt l iiNgst ' ;'
Itim a ye a r
l i r It o - 00 k '
1111Z 1 14150+1 k .
A , •
JOIIN P. MINT 'CO;;
fet7 NO. it NINTH srar.im OILIFonIeNiNI4
I g 11 ;f4 z elrgax.OF ?! SE STARRY
• easeas at jah?j • To ria"l . AstrO bi nottyle
ape an ueography—tba key that onlocini t
donee or the ?Athlone Statement. It ts the ahe
"Vlach globe, and amuck Dotter 44 tt le cheep.
'lmaltr*Rigires.l.7eleNo 78 sil7 Cl .” 1 . 1! t h e lt 42 '
7 8 Z 1 • rearthatteet,
MD ‘`, I Kat 514..:31110
Dium *MACK, •
Itaii." lll WS* a"onfliit,"
Itownre toraeollms. •-• •
50 , 1 114 i cah , s ,
• ' ,AT"XL'.
lfo+ - SS ind 30 Ohio' Aldtatelly
:,D - F~9~:~~ ,
.., ~: 7 .-•- " ,, ,o rrsznimmeous.amimtnccr,-, . 1 ,-.
--,',-. • .i im airo i ra lisp
T,„ 4 .. t .," , biffi . . illaMillws
' IV tairWrfti p; '
1 lat P' rilirree . ..44 -. ..a.iitht
,thA1. 7 ...„1-- C. BERINCIII* itaiti•ii.
W "rl9r6ll)— CortNag sad ir: : • ll°la .Z.6..a l l
of 11"*. aiscon Wltte..2 d
recommendea. Apply at 104'1 4 0.rt etmet.
WANTED—TO PEUCR sE A
r ihrlelratgrnigirrirl d ltret
Addressor - pries . ssallescraptlon, - 11_01EALO:
reub.-rrommtg, hid- • •--
It_l IP. AB.
crantria l g d lir . kae * A r trOUN tle' krilor (AWL
Beet reference. Address "MAX,° at tieserni
ar I ; I >I
Xotinr Stan. In • Store. Wareblinse or 'Marto.'
factory. Era was brought ay on &Arm: boa • SI/f
edocan, and will try to make himself useful. Ad
drear.q. 13.0* Gatirinttrysuxr. Jachti
WANTED -.AGENT EBIPLOY
MINT TOR RETURNED SOLDIERS AND
ALL OTREM—Oreat Hale of Jewelry Silverware.
ie. Ate. The Hireollton Co.'s UREA + DIET DUI
TRIBUTION.,..Oor agents aro satithwtrant FM to
Thirty Dollaroperdiayihnd we Reed sUllinore. Late
Invoices trots Ealtipe havetrwelled oar 'Rock to over
Diratifikin Ireful* imeo Geatfemen rtment of
W of all azarray.
wills sae trairinewitstmm" andyoo
eartilleates, or St for thirty; or eold - it
ttrAtrartkorirmrwhilm.7,lkat i em is p
@tree evr York. a t
pOS SALE—A Gazette and Chroit
tell Wane- Apply at the ttA2CTIT. OFFICL
froma to 1 r. ■. fe'Z:tf .
VOR SALE-.-Just arrived, from ,
-S-Atthlo 30± HEAD OF :EXTRA. DRAUGHT ANO
DHIVIhO UQXSEO. none In want of
tlggelr at A_g N tO t f alo OrnA y,
—ABOUT FOUR HUNDRED AND TWAT] ,
ACRNB OF LAND situates) near A ND
s= 1 : 1 mnn)74 o ‘ ll, (on the line of the Parise
,)Isollare tor sale for atxTros UITTIDWILD'
' pp Wal l each. Address " O W N E D` flamers
0iT11.7, ' JONAS
VOU SALE—Three good second
-1: hand 801LE621, macs diameter. Blfeet long,
moll Inch dam In each_ohadc h ot trth Pltistior
712)71 w_o g . r...s. ° 'tier of
Paint alley and DI/quench way '' , PP/smog/4 Pa.
SALE--Efight or Nine Acres
....of LAND in Ohio Township, on Pittsbargh, Pt.
Wayne and Chicago. ltallroad, near
tion. There is Dwelling Houser and buildings.
end aneasortment of Dolt trees, shrubbery, ie..
on Gip land. Inquire of JAMES GILLELAND,
dear toll Inolllesty: or ot IL H. DAS, Allegheny.
tellitateed MAGTHA HOG% Ilewleale7.
VOll, SALLE-1101USE AND LOT—On
.. , Pennaileattla avenue, the two-etory Stick. coo
tedubla room., Slabbed attle and • basement: Lot
1114 by 110 het:" No.. 306, near Van Braintstreet.
Wlll be sold cheap, 31
If elltillired for eootb- Pertaea-
Mon AMU lat. Enquire of R. WARNER, 43 . St.
pou SALE—A Valuable CoWelty
Resideneent -Edmwood !Rollout Pannwriranla
Railroad. one and alalfutiles from .Wiaialtrillrg;
Yo acres perehei of Land: • dna new Dwel
led metaining Ma room* and miler undernea th ;
and other epirrenimees on the premtees. For
farther loformation, sa s h
Id No. MS Fifth street,
pitubu,o, or on the premises.
nondtr .1. S. RING.
- POO BALE- - WHITE OAK LURE.
laqn d B —loy
B 11:0 120
, 411 2 1.2 plaak. 10 to IS fees
4111=S'1, m rittabln it t4 4 . ler e Ar. o ''"1"
7111 1 1alcier on 110:2;141raPittsbn - rgb b—Y" r roat,
fiercer 00Intz. ra...Addres? H. M. WICK it Ca..
11111111. ' ! ' ecr 1k7 '7 071:12 ‘ . 6 0 . 2r. g ei1:
b.nrb. ' JaHarad
—,two-lint? Urfa Unnr, No. IS Written: 'Ate-
Mt', A 110144141 Arbtar snit gas throbiblhe Wm:
7 room. moo batb-room; lob h7.17A. with 11pabbh
LlN'i t ir i b7c 6b;:ze b ibil ow • albeit on tat ;mll.
TeA; WM Witlibe
r2d . 1 ,A,°. 021 or amo i r woo .....1 Lona
Mk t g ntr i ka Ittgalglor tt7.
post SALE—VALUABLE mop
=Y.—it learwicaaa• t brf mile: runt reimport,
Armatrorpt epptriY, Yam Ptmtl4lll% .1 110 _
Wri ts : i lr:M in Trzz 11"2 I I ELI, ..117e=
VturAVAil a itgi d i cad Urol i loda of 1' toil
cliolcest PIM Or hernit,
.h.raerr or ran aboF^tirape Tants. 'nits
mperaymffoll_s a.rat• 1110bsentullty for • profitable
Imam:mt. Toe tem parti_cirutn.motm of
PftBIRSURR, 1111411111 alma, etttabtireh, ra.
marrY AT MAYSVILLE STATIITS. ott the Una
gt the r. Y. M. t H. ft. R. A large mtbstantbd
rams Dwelling, of modern style. contabthag 1.3
rooms, bath-was lagareldt-bouret bat sad cold na
tal; a all s encll ter igrerstnllrg , Zlng. sopptrag e i rr-
I PA t o7 th e frirtries. 7 lte=s ..L 4Pe r :
ty Dont* the Ohio Myer. and Eatilsts of sboot
A n can be died Into luta to mat pur
chasers. Anyntormatkro desired es
trom.Eant. . HAY, gn the premises, or to T.
WALTER D A Y , No. 103 Ylftb street. PC113230
FOR NIUE WILE AP.
A aisnsokiX PROPERTY,
OP STYX Amok- fa McClure lomat=
them:Waal OP-Junes Old sad J.JA get Pas
impranareate area - plata Tram Uwe .
Hera, Ate.: a VtheyArd.of one sere, au 700.00 carl . 4l
'drawee of 'Mr . ro° .1 1 1rdZitte on ma r
tf De go.. al the Pararer. read ar woo
P.N.. rederal PL.
0 1 / 2 4° . tra r ia * ge r VE L ,
• CAIINAHU. NO. Wi
at roes. platuteltaus. Amu
--Ap lam about warelnc to she monism, I Offer
Meseta the dealmble Dwelling in which I reside, in
the Plan e t Ward. allsghear CRY, au the
Baal; lare Met home, wtth IS rooms: 7 feet
47 f e rr
et i=g; double parlors, dlubsprosin,
littehew and wash4louse on the Int Wort farnisaid
withal! th eirodans haprorements, soarhicamatiab
• Fa l l a oen.d
;wati e c r k
a o l g ad th ou h b us e ca , w ria h g ebugse . te e d
'The hoosols oomplete Thsiot le
10 feet front, throdsh to Liberty at and 721 feet.
deep. the Ma lai is some choice halt, Peaches,
Pears sad Grapes, and as the t h e
now being Mi.
ed it sail mimosa of the Most
i iiiazaalit. Rol
tiongt 4tlgtwi n. neisitztri,
s part oaf lbe_
EreiVtf i e l liirw=rail nick ba a fsa=ths it
in • few rods of the door.
Also, a three-otory jiA9k auk, zro: ink Liberty
.:1 9 tyuchthase on treilikstnlia, now comp:lea IT
che emo 011 CO. Terms taz i tgato r.
floyawo . ..! on the • 'emus.
VOll BEINT—Iio; 33 Diamond Al
-IMB NATIONAL BAN .
A THREE ATOM' BUICK BTOBI i
To_LErThe. Store IR4om
.4.1 contelottile - ClatrAtn4.l.lbenty stn,,
at presentireA .b 7 P. Jltstin, Esq.. Dritubt..
ton en—AprlLlin. Enquire of. .J 4
111= 103 ttnot,nr SU Penn meet. AMU.
:VIP 0: :134 twos on
VILIMIS Hone, in the plesaantl4.4.loffiewielt
tai,oatalwirtgludi and AL mma, t kitoth.
ea und large dry cellar: Stable
with t old o wrout-baud
him slarp wail Wed holes truly. both
large and i rdl, 2thipilre of (3. 11. STARR. Sowlelh
- dxsPETs. , on.
Lice and .Dpasr.Carlatils:
We are now reeelvt4 fillibt4:43ACW,
obtains Melee linesofsbi CW Orson
own Importation, and comprising Ana M ost exten
sive end complete assortment of trery tle*Cflololl'
of goods M our une slut we have evereed the mess.
ore. of entries to our customer...
.thir Imams' heviiii Men made with GOLD at
towns rotes, wei eVe Babied m7oirer the , BMIST
8 12.P1U S IIIMO:• T WE& VN p W
s ARO frommates onset .L• -
evesrertant_o4 sooneW Magee reasseented:
In. Any ease mt we Mac to middy our costa.'
mere Mum sub ts the tee e goods VIII be taken
met, tbemoner venwhie sod expenset paid.- _
Atel'AitLANl& =COLLINS, •
71 ant 7k, FIN BC, %Libor,
TOE . DINE SAINGS
HA9 REMOVES TO ` :
Xeo:o7 . 31PcmisaMcaliltrisste
.. , ••••4
FIT ; SBVR (41"1
*mak for gaiYinlirs9
DB BAYJtlis INox
No: 67 Fourth St,
Crlirarly bypath. thiThiskalPittavarilt.)
. siMi a carbs.. m.
2fDAYA I 44, M otad Tram-NW
ist, o Ef r e,'pitt - - : . ' : ' .„' - , ' f i e - • 3
. iVra es Icily oestraboss• 0
'imMi,ir i ti x . '. 2 a *um w l =o
1 " 1 " ) :" / I AN . P ll
-4,4 1 ?.
:a . - so - .3FIL.
;;" • " ';•vicanunlotans,. • -
941: . t..DAME s PA B&, Jr
...iiiit e miragg i:;affifir;
.....rxill- .. ..4 ' '-.:...-.,,..-.
.'',::.. , iute
q,. 4 :' '. ' ::::;,N ; . - : 1 1:'
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- , •-• • . ' , " '' -1 , '. O;-Y.:1:4,3; - „-. .-.•:: - - - ,;r•
, ' - :, N'.l.. j ' fit -.5." - : 554". qr 5 • • q 7 1154 . : 1 , ,..
. .. - .5 - 4 t:rk -- . ,
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-- 4,..1 . ,:t.i.. , - ,- .o.!"—__.. ! ,..- 7 ,..,. ''' - -..•:-.' .
NIANUFA U :
HUCII M. BOLE & CO.,
FOUNDERS. ENGINE BUILDERS AND MA
CHINISTS; Manufacturers of Land and Marine
ENGINES, LOCOMOTIVES for Coal Works, OIL
WELL ENGINES, and every kind of Meeklnerr,
made to order. Alt warn warranted. CASTENLS
=lra denaription at tn e tt a t4: o order. Repairing
darSHUIP, ro NII.4EIL OF POINT ALLEY AND
DANK OF ALLEUIFF.NY nivga, near the Point,
Fittelnirah, Pa. fe22:9mdm
ARSENAL GLASS WORKS.
eiFYN AC. warehonselTo. 144 ' w
between Smithfield Bud Grant streets, ritiatdirei
We warranteier Wares to be superior to any wa n .
dilettanti werPorthe Mountains. Always on hand,
Glisssware of the above description. All orderi
promptly attended to, Particular attention pald te
private moulds. toady
WM. lIOLNX.II WIWI IBM*
JAMES IRWIN & £O,
OIL OF VITRIOL AND AQUA AMMONIA.
ULM T. coLlnta OXEN WRIGHT
()GUMS & WRIGHT, Rt'Rani&
Hew aad Slltet Workeri, Brlttulln Cu
tore, Carton and Lard 011 Hussars, mad all differs'
*Lyles of Brattabla used by OlTsa blatiafacturOTl
Orders promptly filled. No. La SZCOND
rlitsborgb: Paula. oc7:11.
SEVERANCE, Na SS WATER'
Porfloolor stood or armed Optima and Moats, largo
or awn. mode a*
o,abort ooner. A good or
L1181N , 1 3 '3.TFLACT3
PINAOD , S ISIftitACTS,
SOCIT.TE EYGLENIQUES 90/PS
BRECKNVI.L'S SHIN SUsl"
CHEMICALS FROM SQUIRE'S
WINER AND BRANDY
SIMON JOHNSTON, Druggist,
Corner Smithfield Ind Fourth Streets.
MODES, RYRIE & CO.,
akt,l I f:Xik) : I 4:1
THERE IS NO SEWING INACUINE
w that dad do. greet • . varlet" or
of worl d
=MMI . M.4O I CMCip)
MILER & WILSON,
Or gtre such thorough satisfaction
they are admirable
they an exelti•tre
thel are OWIQUILVNI
*bay are unexcelled
they aye oaeypeoakhaLle
they are faultless.
PULL INSTIIIICTION GIVEN
At the house of the etiattunet, and neither pains nor
expense spared until Um. gilactilnes are thoroughly
nodentood and used anateurully.
With each Machine we rorulab complete printed
directions, and persons at a distance can soon learn
to operate them.
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
9T Fifth Street, Pittsburgh.
IUTINITIIIitIiI IN LAWRENCE
„VILLE AT AUCTION. —Oll TRIDAT MORN
INu, =1 tan., at le o•eleek. will be wad at the res.
,donee, en.Awatt htreet. betwea Butler and .North -
streets, the entire Ilouseboldl Vernahre. Caraele ,
wy9ar.. bArood eoadltion b rapriMil, Dan a hieram.
IrdrOTTOt i Ceatie l i r' Table Hashed)
m at Turn e d
fillado:Bo2.lt l tade. Brum*
B=ta au& Ihrai:Unifili /2.-18,igat14-frosika.,4
readitri. kla atorehen'llblitsbs Houeehoia
.tioaaa ienerallY• ”
Ewalt Is -the wand street beyond the Ottani ,
Teareaser Hallway stables. • _- •
ten •• • T. A. IIcOLELLAND. Mat—
II 11 ): r :I " , s' • 1
AT AUCTION'. , •OI3 TOVIDAY - ArTERNQON;
Feb. Mb, ;A'S trektels,' at DVOtelland'a AnollettC
Rouse, 1,5 and 577111 b street, will be aold,'Vvro very
dealrsble tbrear-storyßrled. Dwelling Houser, - vltti
nil lbs modern improvement,Ct.einbaseloy • .demb•
rtribranta, eta a rter, Sc.; t ulna rag II .11.. t r ied,
tea.,=xod. 'VP& tila"'Auftlio'VaT i .r.'
well gulled ear persona eolug baldness In eltrurrelty.
Title Indisputable, YoSsesslon April lel. -Tema,
one•hslf why. balance, In and Asa two years, with
Interest, and bond and mortgage. , ,
fall • T. A. Me...X.AND,, Anet.r.
BRanaiallSßA z PRO)PERTY
~ , t st g aitig„ ir.b. tsut ,
Atli o'clock. will be aol4 on b _ _
Binatusa.a., Atrowtotiele..-wel t lessen e=
& I(o4 . 2" ar,u 4 =l Lea tt l itite 1' r414 to Pat
with ball - woven and Out Douai, all itbod eon 01:
ti Ptt=ait w easb; tollanhein one, two ono
three3wara, lank lnteteat, tett t ltell .b 7
NEM MAKE ILIDELOVES.
$ 11 " in" ill"
CENUINIE - KID WAIVE.
Tbtiti • tutinikslutlatrodsted. Soldat Awls
44" " """7 summit a ciataus,
Jag • 11 riftb Arm n .
OA% $l6OO, .1,00,
Undershirt or Pair of Brower,
.worth IPA& • '
NEW JITYLIC o a st NEM
BOXITEUNCI =Vita U liZ4)
1176itsw 147,4te3tutt neeh►d ►t
:Zs):l4 :,7.•) :4 al :11
if ' would tforalrarrohnk§pirb.
the ° lIDA-18Fr° . - •
7 4 7 sr
4 C 1 ...t
drattAß SAWA, ffiri t erm AwAilsoainom
ISO and 182 Federal Street,
ABOVE TILE DIAMOND
REDUCTION IN. PRICES.
At 'LW an* cane Pl. A 213 CASSIMERES
At 411,25 two r.•e• 11 EA VT C ASS! MT.RE-.4
t Z., one case DARK DELAINES.
At 115 e. Iwo bale. CRASH. bleached and brown
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS
FANCY DRESS GOOD:,
WoOL DEL AIN ES
The stock Is very fall and complete, end will ha
sold. wholesale and retell, at as low prices as elm be
found anywhere, at
180 and 182 Federal Street,
VI Above the Diamond, Allegh
1:39:1V - 4:3Ta.A.31161
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
- O.A.TES & BELL.
JOB. HOENE CO.
Having tabbed talks stock,
Are Offering their Entire Line of Goods
VERY LOW PRIOES.
Ilillallnirl2llCrlelir ISCO • n
Sets, Collars, Sleeves,
MICCOC10.1: 1 103N.1X17031
AT DECIDED BARGAINS.
POINTE LACE GOODS
JOSEPH HORJSE CO.'S,
77 and 79 Market Street.
PRICES MARRED DOWN.
• We re now closing out oar
At Very Low Prices,
PREPARATORY TO TABINO STOCK
BARGAINS CAN BE HAD IN
Negligee Shirts for Men Rialto,
Tests and Drawers of ithaket
Flannel, Wool and Merino;
Warm DloYes and Woolen Hoe
Woolen Scaring, Murders and Na
Handmade Zephyr Articlesf
Woolen Gaiters and Mittens;
Balmoral Skirts Mr Ladles and
F. H. EATON,
Mammon to /ATOP, MACHO! • 09.,)
len No• 17 nrra STREET. -
WIIITE, ORR At CO., -
Hite Wet received a large aseonmeat at
•To which they Invite attention
W. W. MOOBBIAD 1 8
TP!:Will and great
Bourazuni k toaw, sw; it
No. NI Iliarlket Street,
FOR LADIEWAND (0.11=1111121,
1733 :air 04331 * 14kX. '
at the litititisttra„itere of
ua WARM OWE& CO;
Ng' IVoli/WITZt HOSIERY
• ' AX 4 P 3 - 411 '7 0 4 :1 * ZUM
VELLUM raftr eIqUIP 42
Mamma,' Glydo Co's,
At Maorum, (*de & 00 1 81
Nos. IS told <SO MOrket;St-
(O• 4 1111 ,ci t ,"/ E P I PP I i
100 DOZEN AST ,OTERED AT
Nob, 78 and 190 larkei Street•
la.watai. Grails a. co.
No. 2.—MINEWILIKEM NETs.
NEW STYLIE AST NEM AT
O W 4 CROW• CP l at
Nos. and BY market at.
3.— DEC .13411/OAUBDO lIY
4t AWN Mei
- -,:auouncoimicus4 co.
-04-TiIWATTLERt B, I)9 4--
3, No.l4Woott street, third hots& poll
Bissis,3l3llirr inttsbisrite. .
CONTAINING THE SPEECH OF
HON. THOMAS WILLIAMS,
WILL BE READY WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Copses of vehleh may he
cOunter.hnil, read,. for at
Price ' Fire Cents
ALSO. COPIES CONTAIN DO: THE
HON. GEORGE BANCROFT,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
IN MEIROMAM OF
THE MARTYRED PRESIDENT
131 x or more <opt..., to one ad
dress ..... . .....
le roil Di Ihila willx:4:1
QALE OF NEW 110SPITA
CLOTIII3IO, BEDDING, &c.
MrDICAL PintrETOß's OTTICC,_ t
WASIDNOTOrr, D. C:, February Is, 1 605 .
An extensive sule of Hospital Clothing, Redding,
La., entirely new, .d the orlg.nal boxes and
bad. will be held In this city,_ it the JudiCl
Square Warehouses, •lolfth and - E streets, bac of
CI. Hall. on THURSDAY, the Sib day of March
next, at lOo'clock a. to. The followin g articles will
be offered for tale, Tit
tßippers, pairs .
rieV-sacks ............. .
Pillows, Hair 4,00°
Towels, Hand 10,007
The_ attention of tba trade and the esiblic at large
Is called to this sale, as the goods will be cold In lots
to nit both large and small purchaeers. Quantities
as email as one dozen will be sold. Goods will be
delivered to purchasers within nee (51 4ere from
termination of sale.
Trams—Gail, in Governtnent Sands.
Burgeon and Purveyor. U. , S. A.
C. W. BOTSIAIII, Jr., Auctioneer. felemnar6
MEDICAL PlaaliToll . s OFFICE, t
WAIIIIINGTON, D. C. February 9, Deg
♦n auction sale of Valuable Medicine. no longer
wail b r e ' ll ' e b i a Medicalcty jo'n"'rTlitltnitDAOl',at.ilet rra
day of Karen next, and succeedln &days, If aromas
ry, at 10 o'clock A. Si.At the Warehouse, lot.ted on
lodide liqUare, Fifth and E streets, hack of du
The Medicines are In the original packages. and
whichnti of the trade in Invited to this mac
will embrace the following principal articles,
milpiturie Ether, 60u lbs.; Alrohol, Ow bottles;
Comported Spirits of Ether, 101 lbs.; Cerate,
1.000 103.; Chloroform,. 500 lbs.: Plaid Extroctof Be-
the 250 1b5.; Field EXtroclof.Clueloma, 60U lbs.;
Fluid Extract of Ipecacnanba, 250143. Plaid Extrut
oflibuborb, 250100.; Stmsliydrag, ZO lbs.; Dover , .
Powde_ ,r =lbs.; Cod liver Oil, 1,000 bottles, Cam
phor, Pills, 1,000 dozen; Compound Cathartic
20)0 dozen; Opium Plll3, I.CnO dozen, lodine of Po
toaster°, =lbs.; Rhubarb; rin POwdered Phu
barb, 1.50 Syrup of ~111111. `45 Tbs. Compound
eytrill Of Lavender, ; he.tde other ArtirirS.
pwards of aloty urtlule, df .lharrni Medico, in
bats strollar to the above. van be offered for mile.
Catalogues conning a complete Ilst. with full
particulars, will ho ready by the lith
Terms — Coah, In Government fends.
'Five days will be allowed to purchasers In remov
ing their property. C. - BIITUERPAND, •
burg. U. S. A.. fitedical Purveyor.
QALJE OF GOYEILIVMENT POOP..
ASSISTANT QUItItTXtt/dAST 6IOS 0/TICIL,
PITTEMINttiII. PA.. Feb. 20th. I.
MGII be sold at Public Altetton, to the highest
der, at the FAIR GROUNDS, Pittsburgh, Fa., on
the ADM OF FEBRUARY, ISM. at Bic o'clock, a.
11. ALL THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS and other Im
prirvements located omatie above named grounds.
All parch.. must be removed from the grounds
within ten days from the date I& MO,
TKILIIII—Cooh.- 13 . S. C emend,' •
fe%,ltd Bet. Lleut. Col. and A. G. M., U. S. A.
I JA s,kno oi:11
LONG & LANE,
SION ARTISTS AND HOUSE PAINTERS.
No. 00 SMITHFIELD Bt., PITTSEURCIII
Lettering of all Mods executed, promptly and to
Beautiful gbow Cards on enameled paper of all
colors, and Olit o t i llas e nziass, made to order and
sager. all pa_rte
rid Designs extent:3 . In a highly artist's
House Palntingdone with a regard to durability
Alif color, and neatness °Tauten.
- air work at remonable rates,
WILLIAM H. BROWN,
(Late of the firm of BROWN a MORROW,
NOUSE AND lON PAINTER,
Korth Eat corner of Third and Market Stile%
LIFE INSUR4NCE CO. OF NEW YORK.
ASSETS - $l,OOOOOO.
ANNUAL EVCREASF,' - 51,600,000.
DIVIDENDS AS LARGE AS ORB COMMT.
Reliable Agents WintelL
BRANCH OFFICE, NO. 67 FOURTH ST.
H. L. SRELOWALT, &gout
LAllll'Ol 10 'bbll x: - No. W. S.,
now linding. from steamer LeondAs forsale
.te22 is&i&avic&p: &
AHD Obbo NO. 2 W•
.1 4 noW laAding -from .ateaer N O. Mollie fur
ale br (re= IAII D ICKEY a' tlo.
COTTON-16 bales nolV /and's%
IEIB - 12
aitartays.AND LEMONS. O bozo Alegalzt&Lemonx;
Jdat li recei4d
tV:2 ". • •
• •. • A b irtie 81603..
teo Nos. IN an 113 Wood moot
- up bbl .. SAM Family Mu:
60 " Featillom-MY,'. do
ID • prima Waite Imam;
00 " chalcelarbea Amplea;
75 " Sorghlim Molamesi
"- Dried Applyiii
6 " 654 Eggs.
For salaby • FLTZETYM ARM. 97110310,..
fa% . - Corneae: Martel and Vint alrmila.
LOO.lxtifes Goshen Cheese: •
TOO 4lomborg do
ID sseirs Dried Peaches, halves; . •
lo bbis. New York, Dried Apples:-
60 •• •• White Beauso •
20 •• Eastern Cultivated Crasilierrtml
us •• • Missou ri ied Pearl Handily •
•• Eire Clay
30 •• SodaAs .
For alio by 14 5 - 2(0. B. O.42IFIELD,
)$2ll . 111 mid 143 Fiat street'
33/11b131100.130133 - . .
• 300 bbls• prima tireeti Apple:;
100busb. 13313361)r/ 1 . 0.33133, balvea;
30 Abb. prime Co.lllTate+l era ribertie 5:
100 lx3 . .. fescauanci P 3001133:
10 - -
. - 111.1tImoie.pysteritinastaritly0n, bands, .131031333113
.013 retain . POTTEIt, 116=4 itlatarAßD,
elda from the cat. ' 33 to 30 train. pi4l3pirdallyti.
'scresof choice land fronting.tin -the • rauroad and
dear; modern bni/X4wc313.13 neuxe,_ well arranged
=din good ardeellutll, t 2. eoexo arid eau,. au
itee bnu N t iret At;Wkiii"mialetFe_
‘111. 4 ale Gebnrniltsttilla; In 11 vetraeftrause
lionxad excellent nelth . baM m gemeAgivq,.
life. Market Um;
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