The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, March 07, 1866, Image 3

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BEMIS
WEDICES - DA .711kitelf - 1.886.
ADVERTISINC RATES
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" STANDING MUTTER,
Gum /Dome Lines,.._We Words to
:rel'll#ll4. to,kIVAL!..-!=
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One Hine —_ .... _ __.
rwo HAM 1 93
Clove Mem .. r 1,75 - .
Your time. 1 /1)
nee Lbws 2 00
• ilinel•Kl °tie F O /E. - 103 100 IGO
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ti m:o4 .6 - '....... . . .... ..• 20 5
3 76
Nl2O 1110 es 1 10
Ten times 1 60
Eleven tnneo 476
Mlze times, II weeks 600 a 26 160
time..
700 3CO 103
• ,One ozone. .. ... -. ... ... - .0 g ,40 , 44.
.:,,,... g r riv 0n,..;,.,.............. „.....003 760
_ et... 00 u. 0hthe..... .. ... 13 11 00 1
50 00_
13 12) =O/ 26
One year 5l 0) 30 03 17 00
CHANGEABLE ONCE At WEEK.
One ntentb..... • ........ Li 00 700 6 60i
2401;641.11•na1..:,......... L 1720. 11 fa -, 860 I
'Three inotaltv,r, . .',...: Y. tO 10 CO 11 00
• 012 mouths. ' 62 03 02 co n-o)
One year...... ....... ... 72 0/ ga OD VIM
EDltClipt . GAwn-rw—lialtimily for the yco:'
pie Or tinned dates, a difference hue
arisen between the Legislative and Excative
brandies of our Government, and what Makes
this difference the more unfortunate, is the
•
tact it it is rad_lcalill..mihniplti; If it simply
[ i• aepdf4d 'cuipPilietiiiy; 'the 'affects would
soon pass away. But the principle Involved Is
sO vital to our social equilibrium, so Lundy
mentally essential to our system of Govern
ment, that a greater or less departure from It
necessarily entatlsa proportional discordance'
between the theory of oar Government and
its practices, to Which discordance are tracea
ble aU the social evils which have afflicted us
- Patton. •
The theory of our Government Is that all
men are equal before thy law. If social tran
quility, if political harmony be desired, Its
priletice moatbe made,to conform to that the
tOry.t The 'lesion is obvious. Non-adaptation
Of practical measures to a pure theory, moat
result in partial social anarchy at least. For
Men, knowing their rights—the theory tells
CUM —and dialing under en inexplicable
deprivation of them, mitt demand them, And
social harmony will be disturbed in propor
tion to the intensity of this deriand on the
one hand, and the resistance made to it by
those Who take an opposite vice. on the other.
Wo are this cna.1.,11.0 to account, in a nhilo
sophieul war, for the discordance between the
President and his supporters, and the Union
members of Congress and their supporters.
The latter earnestly espouse the doctrine of
the equality of all men before' the law, lyre
spective of race or color—tenaciously adhere
to the theory of our Government.' Their
course Is founded in sound ethics--.ls sanc
tioned by eltristlanity—is a concrete exhibit
ion of the best morality. God approves it.
The President, and those who support
him; deny theapplicability °rads doctrine of
equality before the lair, because, as be alleges,
weld& remit in a war of races. Passing in
diflenoe the almest initulte presumption that
dielettoil the prophecy, let us gruntit. It would
be a deplorable event. Bet the. departure
tram the doctrin practice-ande of equality—the incongrui
ty between our thelirrinvolved
tirepraetleal i' of tbe rit of suflrage
tO the blacks, Is ten thonSand fold gh make clepfo
. denial Introduces an element
Otti• governmental system that is fraught
,Wittilnoilaulable mischiefs. Is is likt a mine
:.;under a. Sort. A spark will blow , it to atoms.
-...AtWarcif 'races Indeed! If a war of racesw ere
, ddeired, a more efficient Instigator could not
be employed than the r'esident's policy. war
"Jetta anieurt.War is its maintenance; war is
follWritent.. .
• - The - permanent peace an,' safety of our
•
country depend On the practical recognition
or the eilttality of all man before the law. The
righte.of the blacks are not alone dependent
' on this; eVerY citizen hes a 'heap, an abiding
Interest In it. The denial of this doctrine
leads, when carried out Costs logical ends, to
absolute. despotism. That fa a.faise security
'that makes us whites feel safe because
•
tights are fully enjoyed by us. If a,portiou Ili
the people are debarred 'from their rights, the
• principle, on which it is done may next be ap.
plied to another class or race; an whot can
not be gainsaid tin the dist instance,sha/1
do so lathe secondl We are deeply Interested
in the Solution of this, problem of equal NM
. Mtge. 'And if it be determined aa•Mnst the
doctrine el equal rights;lt la a loss sustained
hYthe peeple m common; while, on the con
trary, if it Id ea mled It is a triumph of the
democratic that will, bring lasting bone-
Now if tee 'foregoing conchialons be sound,
what IS the duty or the loyal people? To stand
to their loyal representatives to Congress
-But, it may he replied, the constitution does
hot warranttheireoume. TherevoltingStates,
• the President and lie. Seward say, arc not
tfutof the Onion, but in It. And if in they
, •
should in Congress. The con
' eIUMOn. eixOngh. /trait Is suggested
•
that the terms, in the Ilion, or out of the Union,
fail to represent the Idea of their status. The
...applibahUltar of the terms la denied. A brief
explsnation Will snake their trio' states auffl
,.,.,cfeatly.manifpft. What cbualtutes a State!
• Defined territorial:7 boundars; :wherein a
ge t fM thlg r 'nu es rl ' o el a or po r riirCa e l bare
Zirtilmu
"hating a legtslation, laws, customs, courts;
ete. The - people are an indispensable element
toga State.
,ate
their power to exarcim the
rights of Citizens la based on the assumption
that they have ouch rights. Necessarily if
there were no people, there could be no State.
, • And necessarily, turther,lf there were people,
:-thees people having no rights, there could be
no -State: .Por instance It south Carolina was
- *inhabited emir - by, women and children, and
• blecka, and nO white adults - within her
• :.Dorders - there could be ,no voters in South
Clbrinltift, and::
he no , ropresenta-:
laves ;Mason to the national Legislature:
Nov suctristhe eonditioir -of =the quondam
• 'putter° Sta t e s . By the treason of the peo-
Ide Clie o t..acctlen, tblY,'l'llrfetted • all their
: =thy, a necessaffy - element of
en. e liminated,'-.these
::date States ceased to beStates. Iletwe the mecca-
MO , far-restoration and reeonstructitiri. Res
, otrWita to the people of the South
by.theC=g- ef the relied States, Is the Shit
- ; AWN. fibdrocinuttztialo by the loyal citizen
or the Vetted States, to the;second step; and;
kit:Q.:or State restoration, subsequent, off
odurse,toreoonstructimilay the citizens whose
lights Mire been restored, Is the third step
•••• neensary. Then tho only exaction Congress
make is that eta' State shall have is TT.
%taloa " And this
• suabeassXlly Involve/4, if we would avoid the
-sinharnuanyfdaewhere pointed oat aa inevita.
:teserhen 7 our practice and theory. art Inoue
.. arsous,the absolute practical recognition of
equality eV all Men before the law; or, in
, seither Words,that the right or su ff rage shad
,
hem:mord° ito the blacks, since they are the
oar oluse,tublbtted- • ••
offer 'suggestions in -
-this this hope. that,
; laty.netyldiew, partially iftiot fully, that our
''-'lc not.oely a tenable.-
but the Only tenable, position, when They do.
. tolduiequal rights for all 'as condition pro.
7- Cadent to, the restoration of the revolting
T. W. 11.
Stolle M'cbtranitor, Pea. 44,18ffil
• _
AXosto the res o lutio n eircrred in the great
Andrew • Johnson meeting et
SlastrvlLle; . on the ittd, were the following:
: -. , - I,JriAgeW;l;,That loyalty in tte Meaning . lool®'
not tote. pasty but , the Ipp:SERIt and the
future,
-‘: Whtemisedi That any other meaning given -to
" -the term loyalty is not warranted, and le an
abuse of the term, and generally ydroduced
:for rolsablevouigurnowno ,
„....ileasirecti That in restoring Tennessee to
-4 , hoesairtality - of rights and lartuenea in the
her caftans are entitled. to a full'
• rOdniWilniatiott Ibrthe loss'or that .propertv
'snerikincl..*d.ntrusillreCtitable, vadat it
of
2111 , 64 f. the pater of our country lailiehtte etre”
: gte to deprive then. ".
... , Weliveand learn. —Tbwre wean , time when
•
on of ; this'Eutturebeauld not have
ecistplekwlnt the name nal ew John
But this, is a VrOgrmispe grld".ll. Tanta
wOrlet.."4-thrmAßef , aoilwou '
Isle ofh ap - * I4O4O IPh lgatate•
~Tbßlanton, Flyarie:' Ocquiti. (Chic,
,• wit s ;.. The lauds knownas the Rae-
ILVlcon t rkti 4 p hrt =ty h t hil i.4 l :23= n pl Y .
Owner ot these
4VlkietVe i tt '4 r); ir [h i lt
hie lands In Fayette and'Cireen counties ahottlit
be sold by his executor, and the prooedde .
=Lao , tavarerge , of the .
Of the results of the war, halo been lit:e a r=r;
at theprice of a vast anamunt of human blood
andittllferina. How theg l eeds of the sale
of these Anaeliire to be ed of now, wo
have
arr tratitA h :fe lm— = in a getr i 't, w ?t not
rl i c t (massed In 147i)lif to break up Clip
.r as ing 14 s great revival et Oswego, New
y 4; 0 4 %4010% nnunty:;aloratbantbree b‘indred
persons bare joined tbe churches. An equal
number More been concerted at a revival in
Doming, In Eitenben county.
braad
been abolished as legal" punishments, ing
and e a
new punishment's Inteedueed, entitled ' , hard
tsbor Inr the country."
•
4.Aiatosara)talanileseiiii,:Zngland, tmdertook,
lately, fors wager, to eat an nnoooked rabbit
~tur, akin and all, He succeeded, bat Immune.
--
Aroalt tavolvlift acnu
the itttuthaud
ityof
military courts and.comudasions-to try Oil*:
ant will - comae up In the Supreme Court on
Monday.
TanglAbanon (Teruaeisse) Hertad says that
the wheat crop las been badly damaged by the
cold Inmate. •
gob itte) 401
1:101011010"4.11 Dlscbaroge4Sol
or tbEuelot. ‘f,Decealed who
4 1 0 4130 :.:
' •
. -
And eolabare irt&O Wets diw7..ried IV= nn, wt.
oerrles without repaving tiorenuaent or Lo.
eat ,rrp.r,.l!)l;..irre.esuAtr sinolutry.lr
an" " - ISollettor for Bountlektertoor , and 4 . 7 A
Wir roma lITRAST, saw r below the ww•
iktitnl4rs"rag,Cd.."'"Y"4"4"....."..Xitio"anrnew aintellaw3
' HALE PATTERSON, 144
4.1r0 A STISIAT, 'Printestrsatt, ra.rit."
• • Cielma .mbra n te blato •
;14 0 g 81;" yr
41111 i) 100)01-
4.4, 4
as •
_
001:11k 110117 SE.
pßicrs llaitilED- DeWN
~..A.lnnit EINIIILI.
I 0 . 27 - Ae. i6Sl39'dt '
_ .
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cparrunjED oVERW T IF E LICINGI SUCCESS OF i Boole, Shoes, Gaiters, Bahnorals, Pol
ish Boots and Gams.
Young,
Gall and Secure
BARGAINS!
The Magnificent
T. & W. C. BORLARD,
HELEN WESTERN, -
97 Market Street.
n 21,3
HELEN' WEVERN ,
GRAND CLOSING 0117SALEI =
.
MnlNVElVnit4lratmigitiliF 3?;00TS a SHOES.
any VEMALE ON , .
STAGE, toge th er aim a wild Arab dance . Goods at Less than Cost ,
WEDNICSDAV ETIEININO, March WI, bid b. Yr. - 4
serdyd the 'Fraud zallltadyl act drum or the
AT 22 FEDERAL STREET,
FIEUENCII *WY: TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING STOCK
on THE.
'VALI, OF ALGIERS.
Gifted,
110
2 50
It CO
500
000
11 01
LS CO
Henri St. A1me.,.... . ....... m hl -
niMbet, In wild Atrab . tary.,. HELEN , WESTERN.
Matilde De Maple FOOTS , SHOES, GUMS,
To concl ude arith. this petite comedy of .
IiIIIARSI GE AT :PRICE. _ MTl.'s
e- Clothing,
PiTtIRIT H t
AXY 6HTHICA.TRE: - . . •
MUMMA AS IdAßAcice....Wlll HENDERSON. BLANKETS, FLANNELS, HOSIERY,
•.: :'-' '' - 'iliiir..r:iTgaris Or :'- :,1 - '— --
.3Eit,liliD lass cortmocit," w
i oolen 'GoodB,
Who will appear this creole/to the origtual domes.. , SHIRTS, DRAWERS, :JACKETS,
tic drama of the Cl ET CORNER. Mr.
.i .;:COTlLDOCH.lnhilrxreattiertoyallon of PETER
PROISIT
RXT: lillis COULDOCh a, GRACE Eli- Fancy and White ShlriSt,
E.
THIS fWatiboday)EVENTN; the original dom.- i
tic drama, Isy it. T. Craven, Eite„ entitled tho i BUCK GLOVES AND GA17511E114 :
assmazp,rxirtp.collszamitirs. i .
Peter Probity, aged al s ty.. DIP. C. NV. cantdoek.
Orate Emery.... .............. ~....Allsa Couldock. : Oassimeres, Over-Coatinge,. .. •
Overtop°. seleited - Orchestra. ;
To conclude with the nautical dram or Cloths, Domtslic Dry Goods; &c.,' &c.
3331E1TS ,330:=01.01.-
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, CIN DE.
RELLA.
THE FAVORITES OF THE ME
TRCPOLIS.
Tur.A...acavxc, a A T.T. r T
POSITIVELY FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY, T .
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Eve-
Wings, "Farah 13, 14 and 15, !SOO.
• .AUCTION EIUMBIUM,
THE ORIGINAL AND PEERLESS
Wood's Minstrels, ,sa and 151 F tnh Street.
From Wood'. Minstrel Hall, 514 Broadway, N. Y. 1.. . 21
Organised in 1551.
A A. ROBINSON & CO.'S
En route for thollelropolla from awl4lt to Chica- j
go, St. Louis Lonla.Rle , Oliplinnatt. Re., In which •
eitles.theV reoeived &patronage unparalleled ill the
annals or üblle amusements, will appear In Pito
liatedggligilgron=hreetsL
centrall:% s 3f talent the pre-eminence In Athe d .,
strelay,.. ion Weenie. Doors open at rztOto
mence at S. - :Orr COOL WHITE. Manager.
THE rrrrsounsai
CHORAL UNION
WILL. REPEAT, BY SPEOIAL RF.QITEST, HA N
DEG'S 0 ItAND ORATORIO OF
JUDAS MACCABEUS,
Jur r11480.117C SALL,
Thursday Evening, March Sth,
CONDUCTOR..— ...... ..(i. M. A.LEILANDEH.
LEADER JAMES GILES.
TICKETS
Se err seat. an be se urea at IL KLIVO2
41 /t
RkO:'S, Woadttreot. TIIIESDAY bIORNINO et Next Door to Darker'. Dry woods Store.
o'clock, trittftat extra charge. mb3:44 , Jal3
_
SPECIAL ROTICEB
LW - RETROUVa.IIOS TURKISH We have now on hand" lot
m f MEN'S. BUTS.
JANDOLENIAN MAIR TUNIC. ; ICOU
THS• and CHILDREN'S BOOTS, mewbat
TILE DRISEU•LNO ASO RESSWLER OF THE AGE 1 Dolma which we will close out
_. . 'THRICISECHANDOL - ENIAN.
riarnOtreET's Straltien liANDOLezeLex. What eau ILEUAILDLESS OF COST.
be Mere attestable than anything that mm beautify?
that will restate nature'. decay by stopping the /lair , .
from falling oat, reaming its natmal color, mating J. Er. t'artaahan /I Co.,
it to grow In lestulante andheanty, seslatin putting
Huh notordlestothe lament style end fashion awl felo .
..
tees It in place? This Bet, wewilaTerktig Sandpit- . .
elan Hair Retie will do, and for proof eve refer you I ARIES', GENTS',
l l :/ , any ff e rso4 . lll l l: has tried IL
t l i t . le on ar T iT i er tr le . ag u t i l -. -,
111SSIVI` AND CHILDREN'S
and Restorer worthy r ot the name. In Turkey, In
France, In England. In Arcerice-menwltere where Boots. Shoes /nut 'Gaffers,
the “liandolenian” is known-lt Is monotmeed the
ea Pius Woe of Moir PrtiiiinGeri.. R . .....b•r•1t At COYLE'S, corner Fifth and Wylie streets ;,.
Is free from all metalliepoisems that gm contained Silf-Pricei to mit everybody.
In mostHalr Colon and dressings. It le the extract
of many -now." and herbs., berrtlfully put up, an I - - - - - .. _ _ _ . _
ornament to the toilet.
For xle by all Ornegislamidkarftiment wholesale . I. BANKS. AND- . BANKERS.
g. ir-szr.axas a CO . _ ..._ _ . . . , . _ . _ . . _ _
B. x,,FAILIJESTOCE. a CO. ripiE
Prlnitiiia Depot for bolted States and Cenadas, •
J ANSA PALMER a CO.,
- T 10.122 Maktetreet, FOUIITH NATIONAL BANE..
dellharteodhwT . Ithiledelphla
Igif 'AVER'S AGUE CURE, for the tr
• • speedy coed-or Esnaraaittent Obese, or PCPCIP •S. Government Tiepository,
Pand Ammo Remittent Amer CAM Fever, DeniOdsem.
ert BoridarAo or Bitten. Headache, and Mi
lan, Fevers, indeedfor Ike whole ease of dieinum or- tiiO 31.4LitliET STREET,
(pleating i n binary derangement, aimed eir tAe tin -
/ara of neteurnatie ',untrue.
Fever and A.glic is not the only rahsequence or the P . lttlisia l2l- 40: 11, .. 3 e 4,33 .- 13 . 03 ‘.
miasmatic parson. A great variety of disorders
arises ALM Ito irrltetloy ib iL b x maleriotis districts,
t r. PAID IN 00,001
among which .re Notre ia., IthenamUme, Gout, . Wrest ritIVITAGL TO INCIEGAA3 TO 606,05.,
HOVOIThO, MllldOetii , Too 0, Earache, Catarrh, 1 Having extensive correspondence with Rants and
Aarthtua, PelpitatiOni FenfulAdection of theSrdeen. Renter, throughout the country, we otter unusual
Hysterics, Pain In OM hmeele,.Colic, Bivalve), and . Pallid. to thous doing Inainela with as.
Dervingeotent of the Siornaell, all of which, when ,
oripinating In this cause put T on . lb&lnteimlttent .-.. ...... ......- No
___
Wirogeg=C r tgrand h 4,;:tenathenni '‘
4-' I ‘--.. -I- 1 ' - t"e 6 gr
ante 'lt la gat ontsthe Most mice] remedy ever
discovered for tore cLus, of complains, but It Is the And ell och e r Germ amen mecoritiet, (tarnished In
cheapest aml moreover), tosellictly este. No harm tomato ...It POrcea•cru. Liclimit• iuuclred and In -
Cacan arise from Its me, and tee patient When cured is 1 tem.) allowed ay .0.,1.1.FTer....t.
ne healthy as if Mihail tterer tad the
F e, ,eingeons:
vast his be old of aay other m ote and F., TH.., WIS,_, DNNELLY, It. LI. KING,
veil It Is true of this. and ID Importane 'those ! L'• •.. S("-(Tui N. J. IlleJleit, ,Y •
etllleted 'with the complaint cannot be overteemblem- i JAMES H. BAILEE, JOHN F. HICILIioN.
rd. So sore Is It to cure the Fever and Ague, that it THOMAS SMITH, .1.. M. lIIRKFATIUSIIL. ,
otoy
b etrot hi o n y . o to to o o a o f
~.otooo. One
___,, Tuum AS AWN ELLE, Preside:M..'
Dealer completes that It Is not a good medicine kr - 8... LER. WAND c•••t"." '..-••• 3-1 ''''Y
sell because. one bottle cures • whole neighborhood D ;..,,..,,- :,-..- 4 ,,,,,,,-
- • „„..... 045,,,EVa.iti as rvo. 59
!'reposed in J. C. AYER & CO.. Lowell Mut.. ,
an a sae by ii.:"....rasszinvoaysacni a 60., and . v 7 01 rwri; PT-REET•
ay MiDrugglets. ' ' ' . 3lls=talawlit 'i', ~ ' ' -
IIArPITTSBURGH SAW WOBIES '''' " 7 • rt.7IABTERE: " I " I 4I4.
HUBBAREI, BRO. & CO. • ()pep dolly from 9to 2 o'clock, also on Wednesday
and baturday eve_nlnps. from May ist to November
maxasact yew or 111, f ro m 7 to 9 o'clock, and from November Ist la
PATENT GROUND CIRCULARS. i Spy let, from IS to a o•elnek..
Warranted CAST err.r.t, ams., of every deserlts. I LftlKddt..‘"Cl"d 071 n .... or um decl ar e. 9
too, idul, 2di o , c ooo ,..c r r. G oo , ro d r o o ro or , Dollar wOlt. dividend of the profits twiee
...wt.:Lee- 1 a year. In June and December. lateral Mu been
~..AB. ti n d s o c , :xstpAs ~A 4, BirniNßß,,,B, from declared 11CMI•11111M1111, In boo and December stare
Am.,- a.su y e . ex,t ‘ .. 8:,...m,d .REA . ftE A ND : the Bank was orgaelsed, at the Mc of .10 per teat.
MOWING KNI:k.23, .kc. . a year.
air Warehouse mid Work., corner WATIM end j interest, If not drawn out, toylued to the credit
nuOirr tirslicre, Pittsburgh. . 1 ilrlbe t
h ed m nrhiMPal. and Dean the same to
r articular eilletitiOn paid to ratoothing, lug Aciolet Rona te lint days of . Jime and December,
aml straightening
loo tur Sews; also, rep rs of en -O °I.P.W.dIRE " 46 . 4 '7.. 7 ntildßi . ', ,7o4 b Us ill ',b. so-
Al A d.. p onc hi n D z ini As A. A ., ~,..,1 1. ,0 , ...,A1e F10141.01' to Call, or even to present oh pets boos. At
apMay ' tuts rate money will doable toles. than twelve years.
-• • • - Books containing the Charter, Dy-L.,sra, Role. and
tarl4/:LE. I O I . II "*Ki On Reputations, furnOtial gratis, on application at the
orece.
COPPER MILL AND SMELTING WORKS' . Pits.SlDlrsv--GEOPAIE ALIIIIME.
men pnwfirennersi_
PITTTSSUEOLL '.... William 0. Anderson. t A.' M. resloet. s .M.U.,
• • i ' JoitALltnkofen, . - Robert Robb,
PMLIK, . .
.- • . . Benj. L. Yahnestock, ! John H. Shoenberger,
; BreCTITUN & CO. James Ilerdman, James Riddle,
Metafecturers of EIIEATHINO, BRAZIEBSP AND .1......ei1"17:;...„ ,t= r y e pee . r ;. •
BOLT , WPM, ?IMBED COPPER. BOTTOMei, ..° .-..
RAIN,ED nuira.., BOTTOMS. /WELTER SOLDEIL • . . manirElniz
Csivin•Aderce, • lieury4. Lynch,
Also- Impo_ers and dealers In METALS. TIN
~ h . ~, Bi , t , r pa, A. Madeira,
- PLATE, iIitIZET BIWN,,,,NLItit. EC. Constantly dit o • 8i .:,.‘, .7. • John Marshall, •
bend; TiNNERS' MACruirEd and TUJLE. Warr- fr ill _ ..• ' Walter P. Mannell.
bouse,No.llo/ilnar and InaIIircONDSITEITs, Pitts-' 1 1 ,,,,, A .R . 116,,,, r ,
~...,. B. B. ' Am ,.
beret. SpecialpnliereotCOOpereitt to nod , desired '
Chutes A Colton: ' John B. McYadden'
pattern. ' 7.2417L " 'r Wm. Dezil., / Jahn Orr. .
far SUM ItAIMULL & CO, JOhll XV•1114 i lienry_L- Ringwalio
John J. GUlesple, Wm , E. Rebuilds,
r , William B. [Urea, Alexander Tindle, •
Boiler Makers gr.gbeet iron Workers. 1 reser/Lilt...c.f. Wiliam Vanilla.
MOIL 20. W., 114 and
.26 Penn street. . Bic bard Wm. r. - Wenlisa,
' Haring setured levy.elu r 4; Mad fandsbed it with I t T rta t a i ,..72_,lt imum , Pii... w enD,,,,,,D1..
Abe moat apprirred matiatiere, we. aro quad . to . 8A.c .,,,,,,,. - 71.. A8. ii.
.„. ~B iwi t. ` '....j . a udi .r ,
sommincture every descriptiria of BOLL ' In the .
best manner and warranted eAliajte maim e Intl. 1 BANKING liousE.
enituta. ` enniLVETIA_BEENumi+O,I , IBE . , , . _ .
*._Tr.e.m. 1 . 11 , 1:3 Locolf ePTIVE BoiLEILB,_ . , ...--„. ,
~:: ,: . - - .
'OESSERS BAIT PAN% TARES, OIL STILLS, ;", •., V. : .• - ~-.1 - , • -
AuITATO.6 i; IsETTLINu PANS,, BOLLER IRON, • ww
BRIDO.M.,,B_DAR PAN/4 arid sole mssinfactitrem
ert• ARIDILLJAV.PATEAT ROLLERS. Repairing ' H. 110IMES 8c SONS
done on the shortest slatianit. . - delillf
Or TO NERVOUS' SUFFERERS, •
OF BOTH SElUM ,,, ArererEndgentleznasi 33euals., ors%
Unit - been restored to Minh in • stew dam one:
IT.M2VZ.Tille.,lßla=flegeftstill.' j N 0.51 MARK} STBEEPt Pittsburgh.
sacred-datytortonanittteste ao_Rls &Mined fellow- .
crestaree the means of cure. Hence, on the receipt
Of an *Penmen envelope, he will se nd,; / m, • nip, . Deposits received In Par Funds end Currency, _
of the prilacriptiOu used. Collections made on all the principal points or me
Meet le•ur. .J 0132 - M. DAONALI., IN Fallon • United Suttee and Cinsons.
streei. - N:4. •• , nedinlydkva .-
IRT-row" COCHRAN le BRO., STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER SECURITIES
alpettirers or MN. -VAULTS AND • •.•
B attn i r l" .to nlID" Bought and Sold on fonuntsslon
ITART -0 AMA. No.. id • •
SECOND and MS HAET;Suvemn Wood •
and Morket l edroSSlnd i sva l riety of neorpoldoros, pnnOodn,
01 , not i ou vo id tho
p orch.. n od
ftw. -Padrßettlarg' l i p tlem "l" li tr i erelLing Grave ' 1141 . 0 1
Lou.: Jobblasdone n 1 abort noUto.
..,,,. astrraut
BE L. ar4M.18....7.1. r. nota.min
larl4
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WATLIZTEUEL. Ob 00. INOLUDIPIti
United States Sixes of IMI;
'MaliiiteftraditiMASi SITICtifSPRING, PLOW . Do.' do 6.0 X,
and BLEB S 14 SPRLYOS. AZLE.% CROW. ; D '' riv""l c "";
. Do. Seven-Tblitles•
-mir e, , Dfo. -06 WATERMTBEET (up stairs) -s - . W. ..., Caninesaca of ladebt•aans.
Pittsburgh. P on • 1 Orders and Vouchers bought or collected. 1•111:1,
IarIIOBEV - 90114RELAA: CO., (Einc I THE
venal: to ROBTX&Off. - 1421€11 a MlLLican. I
- • " WAsS=OII Mgt.._ PEOPLES' NATIONAL BANE,
Vim - riders d; ..Plftra . laomT i bm I
Manufacturer. of BOAT STATDDIMMY
STMAM MlitilNl4B,4ll,..AST ENOINEII . , SOLT, MA- 1 OS .IPlAltrisizrure3.
oluMlUMWQMislalMils MHAFTflith_OASTDolllitof I :,._,__ PAW _
all!Jesera42l,oA TAMS AndSTILLS, BOILMIS I .. 4 .,.... gr z . ..;.,.... ...... ............5i Te ......c..
fipr r AND
renralbWlo7 Dld PATENT INJECTOR. ' Oar& Oooao comma FTEIT A ,44 WW I)
._,--. • , Ifila Bank. organized undarthe NatlottalMann_lon
fgr. SFAX , . HIVE...A Pamp hl et tiiumn, Is now propved to tratmact.bnatness a.. Its
or intinanse itOpOrtanee to th e old and , onOkinstMouse. corner of Woad and Mat stroeta.
~, ~...4.a and env.. of ba th a.m., inn b. , Collections made 011 an soomodbla points on the
i 1igt.... 7 iaxaril with Mg,. ...i...d, tbe most favorable terms. Special Agents for J..t.?,
IV.VAct , .-, RI k a co ., 8 0 . .).., 11 0 . t o. ,tIOOKIL for Um sale of Me
innbilditer - , ~- .. -.. ......, '4
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• t A SAIEVEPPT - HIRTY TREASURY-NOTES.
SAMUEL BEA, Prealdent.
F. M. DORMS Cashier.
apMflyd 4. C. MoPRICIISON. Teller
T_ -- -BIUDAV:cHANinwm
irrifiaTriSfAk.W. Im r AND — Fie.
WID, new
21%14 4 21tittitatapir V=
As Dhpailfra• - • , • puo
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idelfzioxfs* Allinorr sonrpt.'
JOSEPH =UR & SONY Slanu
'nlVlTAri "i'Vs7ireVeraitlrs'7'
orr li dibegVn A bitirter-' e rat
Lad itawiliza At Bun ture. Had war-
TAn iu t 0. 1 1
m e V a t w y=1„ . ..4r tnetur
ÜBRITQfE r
DANE AND WOO) CHAIRS,
I . ..
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: JABILIKSAVINVOODWELL
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BOOTS, SHOES, &c. FOB ;BALE.—FOE ILEENT. OOMMISSION
Remember, 9* ; Federal Street
- , i
_,1.. ,
W-.'i. K 4 lleeL INTOCK.
Private Sales Day and Evening.
GREAT BARGAINS!
I=l
CLEARANCE SALE
OF
BOOTS & SHOES,
211Ecbzteikair, 1et.13.
Their claire a aa Deed marked down, [ and
Williold at greatly tedneed prices, to make room
r their aipllng Stock.
Remember the Number,
61 Market Street,
SOILED BOOTS
PAINVIEU3.
rO,„ Ltda./ Lent
& 11.4 NE.
SION ARTISTIANDWOUSE PAINTERii.
No. en IMITII/LBLI3
uuturpue , -
!Atte s t - tog f 11l otan& executed promptly and:ln
erl legem.
Beautiful eh°. Cards an enameled paper of a 4
artuZ o lp t r a irs e ggials, made to order milt
rletortafriague eseeuta Ina btehly artlttle
%TA T ; relating done with aretard to durnbllltri
harmony or itelor, and.drestrkela Ordateln,
Alt,4lllrWrlN rartoOMblorlirelk ItibatlL
vifiu.Ltat U BROWN,
a." of theOrio of porno a Illopiow,
4,- 1 ;a itiabli*pligili
Sorg' Ziast coronet Third GRA Sada
.40,1 1.1',I.V81080.•
FOR - 1 5 / 1 / -
' aim: 0 t.; .414
acres and thirty-6ln perches. jthastnlnEEEEMlr:
township. Allegheny countrienna.
merits are a hewed log dwe ll arid frame kitchen , .1
bank barn and other out bai l gm a good orchard 1
apple and peach trees, of the Imst. +sticky. The
farm Is underlaid with coal and limestone of the beal
5 1 11 , ..1i5g Stone mtag of-a Ign. 1 goal-WI v•ET
•?
gmbEllahell river at. Taus
wandl term If ma authorised tO t o
very tow figures.
Also. a farm of about 9 acres. situated In West
Whesuleld Township, Indiana .unty, Penna. Tbe
Improvonents In a good, comfortable, two-story
Frame with 6 roartna• large flame bar. car
riage house, good corn crib/ tense;use. bare oven
and atwowtory-atatoe -.pann about IEI acres
Geared =dint liattothraMel clover; Itgkiti ard of
apple, permh, pearjand qnbseegrees. Tim fen _
=t4 7 l= d io ' ;l l"l' '4
glia ar ig drs ntYS'"'
~ aluFlut %• abort' Mum trom
" Afeo, - a IN=Voutnetr=ltteg_ Steve ,
he Lmprovements area Wire two story bornse
and a site frame barn: IM sexes cleared a n tanner
a good state of cultlration: a ern.. Apple 0 11
largetwo-story walk-house. These tWo farms united
would make a eust-rate Stook. P. 0.,. or will be,sold
separately.
Also, rue best foam Mt Irainiem. township, Wen
latdeland county, ra ~ contekiso acres : *bold'
obatlktif the bow ed stE., The ten
of
mental are two large log boo m e.
the
largest and beet frame barns In the township: two
apple orchards. Thewhole form Is ender- 111 high
Mate of cultivation. The fencing Ls all Niv.l. The
land la of.tbelery.Pest limestone: about. Eh acres
cleared, the balincein grad timber. Fos/Melon on
the Ern day of April, ISM. This property will be
sold at a great bargain. The owner wisheato engage
in other Miaow.-
Atha: caveat other Fenn. mkagh:Cfrom 030 to Elie •
Per - • - -
Also, a Farm of The acres, Minato In bleClandless
township, Allegheny county, Pa., about/ladles from
the city. The improvements are a Log Howse, a
good barn a young orchard of apple, peach and
pear. I wilt sell this valuable property vary Cheap
and on easy germs.
For further particulara Inquire of
U. H. TON.R, Real Estate Agent.
sett No. 161 Fourth street.
Ii! , ,INDHJEIV, DOILIA RS
I=l
Lot
ENQUIRE.Q7
McMASTER, GAZZAM
real Attorneys at Law. USOrant street.
A HANDSOME GOUN'IIN HOME
FOE SALE.'alttlithEljMiles from:the city, and
a l s ti ns o a!tt. Li tteal.VlS tif in tlgi g tts a btaLtAd i
view of the cit y . river and surrounngconntryr,lt
romprtse. about IS acres
moats,und, highly cultiva
ted and laid out In the proved style of mod
ern landscape
vari e s, gardeing'. Is studded with shrub.
bery, snit great eof the choicest traits and
vines In hill bearing. There Is also ou r t parer.
falling spring of water, and about one see is wood.
The improvements consist In part of a neat Brick
Cottage with 7 rooms and wash-house . , - • large mid
handsomely malt Statile, an out room for man. Ac-1
a tine large Cistern and splended pump within a
far lest of the kitchen doOr, and re undor excel
lenifence- .FOr partl=llars, prlorkterma, At, en
syntre-bf ' R. MCLAIN & CO.
FOR SALE—A Farm of about 55
aeres,situate in Elisabeth township, Allegheny
roustY. Omit ens mile and a al from the
Borough Ofitelicesport, half mile of ChefMonongs
bel• river and the same from the Youghlopeny.
The Improvemenm are, first. a Frame LOttitge
House, with • moms, and a good well of water at tits
d• OI I e sOSOSS. • two Rtory Frahm Hollis, with four
rOolla.irlthrttria good•aprlngsof water: third. a Log
with two rooms, • frame bank barn, with
the very best stabling, corn crib, carriage house and
other out-buildings. The tract Is all underlaid with
vein of No. I limestone. This stratum of limestone
le worth nil that Is sulked for the property roe fur
ther pgrticanni, inquire cite. TOWER, Real
Estate Areal, No. .164 Fourth street. fart!
.
}'OR SALE.
=I!
Will he sold 70-)AT at reduced prices. Till. trac
ix situate lb Westmoreland county, Penn
about
North-Western Pennsylvania itaillr a t..
toßita Malta P two
large veins of LOA.. .7.13 - &4l`i nd iNlt n aud VIRE CLAY
noird very counties. •hhTER • POWER.
or further paramcuiars Inquire at Um Law and
Claim Whey of
del] No. 144 Fourth St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
VOR SALE.—A desireable
Dsceil
log
_House and Lot for Satetu Allegheny City,
No. AS Vocgtly street, near to Lrernrk street; house
built In modern style and containing 7
parlor, dining room and kitchen ou Itt noon hall
and two large sleeping apartments told shiny, with
attic divined Into two neatly finished rooms, and
ball; cellar and wash-house to basement, supplied
settli.Tateepl pea; flue bninnnenopening into kitch
en:M.4min water ha the Or d. The lot Is well tilled
with grape vines and fruit tree.. Possession April
Ist. Price 111,200. B. Afel,AIN d. CM,
fc2o 144 Fourth street.
(10. AL AND LlitiE PROPERTY
• , ;FOlt BiLLE.-011 the Staub...tante Railroad,
Venn panes trete the •
EON TAlNLfing ONE HUNT/RED AND MOUT Y,
SIX ACRES,
Stearn and Water Ylourfng and Saw 11111, and Other
One Improvernenta.
Also, abont Nighty Acres ibf COAL, wlttiont the
Surf., Ile above.
Also, two Farms at Stewart•s Station, on
Railroad, containing lib acres and ES acres.
rmlft'Lb '! '9. ' ll""* ' . e 1
WILLIAM WARD.
(Opp. No. the
Candntr il e . e )
t
L'OR SALILJE--A Farm. containing
•••• etherttl3.lo acrell, p oltuate in Jegrgioel•lowu r nip,
.gellta ' r=rattot.llt erw " L ` t * s t ittl. 7g;
Frame
ere • two story thick House with six
mums. Frame 'loose, two stories, with six moms
o s u oil b a u t=l atid other
p~t deer
bottom. l r el:s a p t roperty to well iota.] t r Zr
tri?iftitkr;t7i n be rr a u d o m o; tra!lefirt. '-'4 u P Ot t g;
Mouwagahela river. U. ll ° . TOWER, Rost Itstate
Aimed.. NM 104 Fourth Street. 1•16:01
I lESIItABLE DWELLING AND
gi , •Ler.o-1.. bate at private solo a- II start IDldk
Unnalrand Lot, situate itt Zia Wayte
streot, near Penn street, with Double Perla., Din
ing, Room nod KluiloNon Cent door; 4 Chambers on
Second and t on third doo with gs • In every roolnl
Neer Shingle and elate Roof r,
.. thin. good couditiou
throughout. fert.
Al., will be sold with the rouse, to desired, the
Furniture. which Is vmparatively new. Posses
sion (Iven April Let, Viral, or earlier II nedriossry.
For Airtime particulars Meta.. st 06 and 0 7 Filth
Street.
, 11 . 1 T. A. EteCLECLAND. Aaet•r.
A N EILEG4NT RESIDENCE FOR
Aia BALI —A double two-story Brick House, with
back building, containing 12 rooms sod 6 Malted at
tic, bath-room,. leper cloam, furnace heating the
whole hon. rble mantles., all in fresh repair,
occupying a lofts by 210 feet feet on Indwell street,
near it eaten, arcane. on the line of the horse rail
way. In Allegheny City. Stable and carriage bonne
on the lot. Apply to
Lt. S.
Bran. la litoets sad Sot nitate,
/!77 IS/ Fourth otreet,"Barksi - polidlng
••-•••iWELLLNG HOUSES, ETC.,FOR
BENT.—A Brick lloaneof foar rooms. yard and
cellar, DC. Smithfield street, on Virgin allay do.
75 Chatham street, two-story Frame Douse, uf hall
and Ire rooms, cellar andsard; Dwelling Howie on
corner of heed and Comatbrti street.; Dwelling
House and bee acres of ground near Manchester;
rooms at corner of Brant and Diamond eta.. suitable
for office.; large Cellar on Water street, near Ferry
streot; two-elor7 Frame House, with large lot, on
MoutltAYaahington A So
Zo14; • ALCUTII a_
DE'LWAY YOD7B. 111 Market et.
FOR - SAME--Iminedlaite Posses
.- mos.—That desirable property known as the
`•Averr Mansion." on Washington street, Fourth
Wd, Allegheny City, The lot l• about kr) feet
loop, and the purchaser can hareF6, WI or 10/ feet
front, ...way be dolling. Also adjoining the whore
an umber of beautiful Building Lots, on one of
which Is • Frame Cottage oft rooms.
JOHN U. BAILEY,
Stock and Heal E•tate Broker,
fe2.4 Wilk'. HAIL Fonetls street,
DWELLING HOUSE' OR W'fLIE
STREET FOR SALE.—That large and well fin
ished three story Brick Dwelling oti Wylie street
near Fifth, Stashed in modern style. containing 13
moms, ititchap, range, bath room, hot and cold wa
-0010 jim d ilfiggliout the talliding. Tid s Is one of
le progrortle kir dwelling or busi
ness purposes now off for sale. rosession April
Ist. Tenn, reasonable. Apply to
Jalestf 11. McLAlli & CO., 103 Fourth street.
- VALUABLE COAL LAND FOR
BALE AT A RABOAIN-1123 acres with surface
ft feet vein of excellent coal. situate ff) rods from
Stenbcorlile Railroad, with right of way tothe toad:
good (Swelling house of see., MOM, two bares,
double frame stable, good moil- etc, Apply to
S. CUTHBERT & SORB.
FO •
SAL Ga
V-16cres of first-rate
Land, situated In texts county, Mlseouri. This
tract was located la Ma, and selected wall great
care fora friend. Will sell the whole for Sl.
Pl kao, ".". h t C entry Be three a fell et
es
that
741 h ° natknar:. a.ele frotathe
city. Trieek,Cte. • - /if eLklllf
JaA al Estate Broker, 11:01 /earth street. .
DON'T PAT BEST, but call and
purchase • very cheap lot In the village °flew:rut
Womo•logton, build yourself a bonsai become • land
frAiriltaa,V•gr n i giegr 14
,111:;
terms. For further particulars enquire 01 74
11. TOWER,
No
E.t.a* Ateut.
jala No 104 Your* gtrett.
84, . t on WILL PURCHASE THAT
ton WILL
VOLINTILY BEAT, alto.
&tell hi minutes' walk from Ferry Landing. The
house Is large and neatly nabbed , with an eaten.
We slew of the river and rmirearl..with le( sem of
grounii,srlwag_ed_With Otrden.and Emit In great .
Iltgre i ti=art i rn a g . l. l o n pf= i tt h'"4 '
Mci...aiN * CO.
JAM
OIiALLRIAN STREET PROPER
TY FOB 11111.8.—Aubstantial three-story
Brick Ifonse,'nearlFnew, eight rooms and attic;
two-story Brick Monaco( seven rooms, large lot, of
ground 165 feet deco to an alley: grape rims, etc.:
in a pleasant locetion. Possession April lit. For
P l:4' 4°W t itTOVNITAIT &SONS. St Market
VOR SALE-1, two-story Frame
!Swellings on Fayette street; lot an feet 3SA Inches
by be feet to a le foot alley. Possession April Isl..
Also two lots on Watson street, extending bark to,
lforbes streist, m 47 112 fee J .
OHN D. BAILEY.
dtoek and Real Estate Broker,
mitt Wilkins IlaU, Fourth street.
14`011 SALE.-165 acres of Coal,.
situate la Smith township, Wasbineton county,
Penna., titer the line otsthe eitouben,/1 e Railroad;
at Midway ntatlon, about 21 miles from it e1t.1141
F t Wis i hll i t ?tie P,"o r ► 344.Efinid
tc Lin a b ut preenstw.
two-story Brick.
Dwelling o(7 rooms, WI, and vestibule, three
years built, with lot C by 130 feet, situate on Ewalt
street, Lawrenceville, all to complete oilier. jot,
Mh t e „ r i lstio Iva 2,3V_VtrrithV4,4
lnhe nerr st o reet,' Lawrenceville.
RA
_OOO WILL PURCHASE THAT-
I i.4,„,„„agiT133.117-Bsick Ehralllaf on Er
ball, doable Dar) or& dininr an' Tgi " N'" f
four bad ror2ras; yard neatly - I=Z pir i h Ar . rab.. "4
.ItedY•i•AMY rd., • qtally ,idaLA As &1. ,
larmuTmover, TO LET.--Tha t
Vl:44•4llll444Unjorway ro nigYLerng
5•12P - Er i li, ••=4 t'..;_...i,4. ~. ....,7 • .41.V.YAli, ... .
7e la ....._.rd_rraw.nzatoaidi -Real latata, .
47 Fourth area*, (Bur all Building.)
CO-PAUTNEBKHIP.--Having as=
socintz,d with cue W. O. BORLAND
]n the
I AND. __c
Vlrldg 4 alte e r a bel. g ill s i s rA,NOWL
basinva be continued of the old stand,
mblqwd , •. J.
.
- 1 1 ,1twittmc.viamo z ia
Ja.th,.... ii1111r1•81031 PIPE
ArBANE 4 Ait:AElt. arimuSSION ••••• .
.isaatrotiiract=grev. . •
Itnithaeld, 114Fsburgh. - . • • •
LEAD' WORKS.
. .. . /MIN atitC(.....S. Suarattp I
pOTTEII, AIKEN & SHEPAIID
C""
116'h d Fm.'l" NO 167 Smithfletd St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
mad Domestic Fruits, Flour, Butter , Cher.. Eggs. •
Potatoes Awl produce generally. No. n3O LIBEF.TY
OFEEET, opposite Punsenger Depot.. Plttenurgh.
. _
CHARLES C. BALSLEY. Produce
LlS4E'lTC•inTßlPElP.MP=rutiglir.'gn.s. \‘;thlrC:ss7J'e
1 3 : 31a ntrA l e l lIKr. r. F ( e 'b urri L lf; l. eu E /f9 ; o i t ' at I ll ' eXtt • We keep on hand nod will make to o nir,,ny
Dried O ' ner:n 4101000. '4 Flour: length, sirs or thickness required, st. the
Grain. Clover Seeds, Timothy Settle.. Fla. Seeds.
Gunn and Poultry. Particular attcritioil glee, to
Proance Consignment.. suit •
noir. sthox .10:06.6,10¢03r.
11 KNOX SON, Commission
• MERCHANTS anill)ealernin FLOtTR, ORM N,
MILL FEED and PRODUCE gencraliz No. 79
Diamond, opporlte City Allegheny City.
Jel73ly•
Wit.Krlcs
kacess.r
Grain.isown Unbar -0
Dealer In Flom and roduce and Commission
Merchnnts No. Ott LIBERTY STREET, Yf tabor h,
(Milt
R H. JACK,
GROCER, Nos. I •nd 2 DIAMOND
1.118:4
W. CULP.. erns SUEesSIM
CULP & SICEPARD, Commission
Merchants and dealers to Flour, Grain and Pro- 1
dune, N 0.147 Liberig street, Plnsburgh.
ChM. brands of Plonelor Bakers smd Patna, use I.
constantly on band. Particular attention pall to Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Blinn order sfor Merchandise generally. smshly
•___
-. _
I ITT LE, BAIRD & PAT O N
--• Wholesale Gro c ers. Commission Merchants, and i LEAD PIPE,
dealers In Prpluee, Flour, Bacon. Cheese. Fish, •
I...ekes and Lard IL Iro n,Cotton
n Nails, Glass. Coon '
Yarns and all Pittsburgh manufactures generally ,
IS and 114 Second strret. Pittsburgh.
RM
. P. P.V. 1. TIIOB. W1TC1112.1.. i
WM. P. BECK k CO No. .ISS
, I LlLeuty street, Pittsburgh. d eal e rsl n nisa
Grocers, Coratiilesiou illerchanMand
try Produce, Provisions, Baron tar,, , Butter, Eggs, ,
Cheese, Fish, fie., Produce, Flour, Grabs, Seeds, ;
Green and Dried Fruits. de., Salt and Lime. HIS
JOHN B. CANFIELD, Commission , i
laydnalllie Rams. es and Forwarding Merchant and wholesale dealer j
In Western Reserve Cheese. Butter. Lard. Pork, ,
Bacon, Flour, Fish, Pot and Pearl ashes, Salerates
Linseed and Lard Oils, Dried Fruit. and Product; I Brass Work ;of all klnds,.• Block Tin Pipe, forSodi
/4m:serail's'. Nos. 144 mid 1411Nront street. Pittsburg. ' fbiwlnin•l .'I kind. of G'itm .. d I..ber ik ti
U. ILMI OO O m___ . Bose Pine, Csooplings: Gat Pipe and FLgtures, of.
, ". ow , . descriptions'. kept constantly on hand at
(;_ISLAFF & REITER, PRODUCE, ,
s•-•• Commission and Porwardhvg Merchants, and 1 •
Wilier:ht. Vn.ls th ' e. et Pittsburgh
it Vrfs nt i t 2 . Add widi
y, i ams (I: Bartley ' s
Jolts t. ffous. , -6--„Tiaa,---..6-6-ii-cr.sv.. ,i.5.;,—.. J ,
ORN I. HOUSE & RIM, Succes- ! •
S
s ons 10 Jon,: /. Horse & CO., Wholesale Gro
cers and Commission Sierellusts, corner of Smith' i CORNER SIXTH AND SMITIIFIELD STS.
field and Water streets, Pfttsinsgb. • fele •
JAMES DALZELL & SON, rinnu- I -
lecturers of Lard 011, end Commission Merchants ; PITTSBURGH PAL.
far the purchase and salts of Crape and Refined Po-l ,
trait:ma, Nos. 11.8 and 7I) Water street, Pittsburgh. .
Advances made on CoIII9I,LIMICIAS. ALSO
senoxiskien sr. LANGWholesate
dealers In
4 Groceries,
Street. Flour, Orain,ProducePro •
Vision Fish, Chee i
s Salt, Carbon OIL. Pittsbur
N. 177.. and
1
7 ,llYod s Street, tig e tr Liberty fh, BEAVER SUM, M.ANUEEIMat
seI3: y ;
Toilarsrs, ELL.. - - 1.4001M1L NlETl.iieli. - •
HEAD 84 NIETZGAII, Grocers and I NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
Commission Merchants, and dealers In all kind.
of Country Produce and PlltstsurKl Manufactures. •
No. 219 Liberty Street, opposite head of Wood street, •
Plttka9r,h. elp3:ty
FETZER & ARMSTRONG, For- j li z i l l,,,,i4 l . l t kint i f.f. : 74lllM 3 ‘?.. , ==Y•
*an:lb and Commissinn Merchants , for the gale c im „,,,,,,,,,,T e g',,,,,,
as Flour, Grain, Baran. Lard, Butter. Secds,Dried t '
Fruits, and Product: %•ticrallz, N 0.16 Market Street,
~,, i PLUMBING. GAS AND STEAM
" r ' er° ' l'irU, Pi " “rgbl ..".• •• I. ° 2 'S.• i -s- FITTING, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
n WALLACE. Commission Mer- .
••-• • chant and Wholesiale 1,. ler In Flourand Grain Catiettaly attessded to hy•_c..x ,, nenced and practical
No. TB Liberty street, Opps:alte Pennly/van la R. It """1".... '` ."4 ..."`‘.'
Depot, Pittenrgh. Ps: -Storage WareltoilS, corm.
Wayne and 1 . ..tt attvels. no" Y OAS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH TUBS.
HBIDDLE., Iwo.. Is 3 Liberty St.,/ tiIIOWER BATHS.
• Pittsburgh. Pa., trc
erninasslon 3lehant, an , WATER CLOSETS..
Wholesal e Denier In Country eroduce. 6 enes.ries and HYDItANTa,
Pittsburgh tuanufacturtA. Cast, advanrol on con- ' Constantly on ~,,,,, an , no, to order.
stattatenta, and paid fOr /s•oduza generally. awn .
Itfp:lloti DAL/Ai-I, a . r. Pstretts. • TATE & SEVILLE,
poBT. DAIZELL & CO., Whole- . .
.... sale Grocers, Commission and Pony:lading Mee- No 5 , ~,,,,E .RA/.., ,,,E , A neen ,
chants and dealers In Produce and Pittsburgh Mn,,- :' ' And =L ill ERT Y 'STR E T, PI us tut rah.
ofacturre. No. ZI 1.111.,y pin...l. Plosburgh. . ~,,,,,,,,,.„ di ,.
/' IDA RLES 1.. • CALDWELL, (Sue- , .r. T. ILW r. N .
~.., cos.or to Junes Ifohne. & Co., ) Pork Packer and l QIPEA 31 FITTING,
dealer In Provisions. earner of Market and Front k.'.l
111.12f1e. Vitt Ilthlirgh.
cotta 'nun.-
Jo.. ' r n . `° , ' , ; Plumbing and Gas i'itting.
-WATT & WILSON, Wholesale !
lirocers. Commission Merchants, end deniers In FORCE PUMPS, FOR ENGINEERS.
Prodnce snit 'Pittsburgh Manufactures, No. Itin Lib
erty street, Pittsburgh. Itts
IIIeXPI , CA - 3.IIIICRT,CIIIIN F 1.111 1 ,14 A. C. WALLACY • IRON PIPE & BRASS WORK,
lABIDERT, SHIPTON •& CO.,
Wholesale tirocem and Prud ace Dealer, No. IL .
09 ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Sixth street. Pittsburgh. • 1.16 '
lIAL6dI DICKEY &. , CD. Wholesale ! .1317171ETT 9 slis CICP.,
termer!, rommleslort Merchant, and desJers In
Produee, Nu. 110 Water street and 65 Front street. - Sues-user 1 , . lady a Rt 0 ,..,)
Pittiiburgh.
_ . .
USiri Itt. 141[1 -. /.. L Vt.cierr.
R. VOIGIIT & Co., (Successors,. , ~....,. . - • . .is. I.ONODON.
•‘•• I. "• "mu%) 1 . r." , " and "nor° In'don Met- i pLUMBING, CAS AND
clisnte, 54 Liberty street. Pittsburgh.
... . _ _ . .
I'. lostlien J R. Itrl llicit WIC I, 11.1,1‘.21t. •
p ETHER & RHOS., (Successors to
n E t wxcm_ aL Ju r mi-wisszwxw-ck,
EfIYVEIe.I . it Anderson ) NV laolesale 1 , ..a.1ers In For- ,
sign Fruits, NM, and Spire, ....nreetloTters. 1..,,,yee.,
Prentorte, le., Nos. i% and t:. Wood atria t.......Ne , HYDRANTS. IRON PUMPS.
Fifth, I'lltelturgh. 1.....1e
, lli. k: T I KAI.
- - . ,lIKET ZINI,
SKIRTS. 1..,F.A1l rit.r..,
SINKS. 13 A.1,171d5,
NEVI SKIRT FOR 1566.
WATER CLOSE'rti AND WASHSTANDS,
•
BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
t on MCBEE)
spEum GsrciliTs„ . ....
AS FITTING.
Ihnifacterett ettlarively by the cote omen of Point,
%VESTS BRADLEY & CARY
97 Lltambers, and 79 et. 81 Reside Ste,
ZiTEIVIT Ir4Otritir,..
Path Lfmtp is composed of TWO [Mely tempered i (Successors to Addy A. Eocene./
steel epriugs, braided tighgi am . l .o llscuy to n settler
v5,211,21 . 1;„„, 0r ra1r. Tb, • . = 7 - „ . k„,„ ...
~, : ,, -r o . r t i 133.17e0tt No. If 6 Wood st... Pittsburgh. Pa
~,- .1 , isle Me stsiNe sPriugs, but wilier.. present° . : _. .._ . _
.
theft graccOLthrel of shape ° th ere thins° or foor or- : nnirD/CAIL
at ru "- LCror d ia " Virr " 47:3”l( . 7o '" olt ' se " , " WS ! - ' - ' - - - - —.-
______
churh. theater or W . , they are MO perlor 12 •Ii 01. h. lIUMPUMEY'S
en, combining COsisocrr, (L. - usAlLlys an gr.pot t .
We
DUPLEX ra.co.curz THEmo< mbbob b,. made i HOMOEPATHIC SPECIFICS.
the ELLIPTIC
STANDARD SKIRT Have yroved, from the most ampleexpenence an en
, tlre emcee., simple, edicts,. and reliable. They are
the only medicines perfectly adapted to popular mu
of the fashionable troth!.
-s
as o elmpte that mistakes cannot be made In using
them. so harmless to be free from danger. and to
Merchants trill be supplied. above and by lilts- ,
burgh ;abbe. and ises in • 111 the Brat- th us retail 'h
-h .,,,,,
-, u to he m ere " re n e w ° .
CILVIS.
stores In thin Mtr. Inquire for
No.l cum FEVERS, Congestions, Inflamma
ti,
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Skirt. : •• IVOIDI n S, Worm Ferrer. Cone 23
.• CIiVIN(J COLIC, or Teething of In- 2
feadmeodm , rants 23
.
4 ' DIARRHEA of children or adults.. M
ALL STYLES OF TUE CELEBRATED 3 DYSENTERY, Griping and Bilious
Odic M
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT 6 •• C HOLERA kitiliFlUS, Nausea. 121
ill
AT UM iST RETAIL PRICES- 8 •• CORMS, Colds, Bronchitis "
NEITILLIMIA, Toothache, Face-
IIIEPP.A.X:Ca 73ELas.Ma.13:FuEil ache 231
9 " HEADACHE, Sick Headache .. ... ... 23.
u • • DI SPEPSIA,_ Billions Stomach 23
S o Plilledsbe in. dozen at lowest rates.
11 - SUPPRESSED, scanty and painful
JI4CIitUJII if CarRLISLE, . 2 " IRV:MAME/A.o3r Whltea n
=
13 •' CROUP hoarse cough 23
teMeodZinar
XVI N. 1.1123 E3trocrt. -, 14 •• BA LT RIM:IL Erysipelas, Erup..
lions n
16 `• RHEUMATISM, allrhennudie Mans •M
ID " FEVER AND AU UE, Chills and
. Fe
17 " PILES, Mensal or externa1..... .... 611
IS " OPTHALMY. sore. inflamed os.. so
it •• CATARRH. acute or chronic, eln.
mita no
zo •• WILOOPHIU t•OUGH. spasmodin
21 " ASTIVA, oppre_ 50
_ eel
L• • EAR DlSCHARD ' ES.impaired beat`-
tog
14 :. LlYEML"NtotAgilla,*,by.k., a 3
weakness 3
2 .• DROPSY and Sealll7 Seel . ..lions
tidin
. g. - SEA SICKNES
g S, or sickness from
If IDNEY DISEASE, Gravel 6is
0
NERVOUS D&BILITY,•CM12111
embslns,involuntary discharge. 60
BORE M OUTH, or Canker id
tWi& o ptv ' ;: t° lth iui. .
SUM * 2447l3tetiiiiia - o7i:i e - . .... . HI
tiPlLETßY,lipassas, St. VilisP ' Dan-
JOS
DITTIIRRIA. ulcerated sort throat 10)
rAun.s . OASIS,
ATTO:RNEY§.
IC. DUCKBILL.
ATTORNEY - AT LAW.
C. S. Licensed Soldiers' (balm Agent
Bounties Ibr WITUDdfld Boldten colleated to era
um to twenty_dap.
.• % street, PLuatairatt.
with latharge and two vitae... au= 1
MCMASTER, GAZZAM &
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
o fifal!azauwaN G , twECClTTTlON
examined and Collections made in Pennsti.
Yenta. Ohio and West Virginia.
MILITAIIY CLAIMS, ESINSICINS,
ara. BOUNTIES, MOE PAY and/iLtlitary Claims
at every description, .„,,..bed the shheerlber, at
the toll - owing rates, via Fsits ens, .10; all other
$340. L. TA.ztn
etwegit,,_uulloruNßoOn
N. charges are wade If the claim doe. not
neceed, and an I gran:Wien parch gentle. ecttly
fl. r. Yorrsrr.
am. It. GOCUI.AP
MOFFETT & COCHRAN,
ATTORNEYS 2 AT LAW.
-
OFFICE. NO. 60 OBANT STREET
P. STONE,
ATIIIRNEY.AT LAW,
OFFICE, Ca DIAMOND writEET, oppostte tris
flour t house pletsbureb. Ps, Is.M.smst
HORTICULTURAL.
piriisleftluOn striumnv
AND OAKLAND OREENHOUSES.
..1011.14.11. a a,. intritmoti.
-8 iteamitie .rto.' gtffflOCA.,Jr.,
filnOrrN.4.3sM: UMS, Pltt.bugh,
tiotttt, oulotheileortaftivetstook of fruit awl
°mum Mos, overiffrpff, aff!po 'tines sod ifree n•
rittaro. .iikland rwenger Cars tom to to.
flroonhonoso _Moon wont*.
sT9O
c
iMTROLIA onus
CPIECIr,
I Mew Za2l2 .
in. 89 osdo street. euegitera
• lianaDictum of
IhtlebOletiVsmtple TOOLS ANI7 11
• PIED ILNILIzte OIL .11.14/
Part/Mar attest lotl Invited to bls TsVanted t
prOMOßlllff. iv" and:ardate, =ads or siert/atm.
U.S.. stud Low Moor etsadard slam
Imlabarads ao.rhat'lmlta•Cen beidderod by mad as
cetersah , y4tgaantVa' r etretiAt. oAittin... • 4 oonard
Zionamay"Aavirlgv===;64
lweaseuaU
ttboral terms. lion
BUILVIOS} . ; •• st.rse,,,r,vr.K.T.
; plibufsr -
ijpsEMADAMMo 4 kal,i'tXml`l
l a ; j ogrieciugatioartrzL im ga r yr .
WWlol l i)kiMillatectaarntiotax . m.piog., r
PLWIEBING gre
MANUFACTURE A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP
LEAD PIPE AND SHEET LEAD.
Lowest Market Rates.
t'i
ty .nd I order. promptly flit.!.
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO
WOOD PUMPS;
I=l
IROlr PUMPS.
WASH BASINS, WASH STANDS,
E WEAN ff CO..
,urec.ors to Addy &
PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING
SMOKE BELLS,
Portable and Cigar Lighters,
II wv.rs et co.,
310 Peses of 30 vials. In morocco...se sod book com
-
CaOstn to
of In large viola; to won:mooted b00k...... e b b
Of 20 I "Re vide, plata east mot book 130
Cast or 10 boxes (No. Ito 15) lad nook 3 CO
A. TORRENCE.
'Corner of Yoorth and starket 'streets.
Wholesale Agent,Pltteborxb, Pa.
For sale by F.. KlNEN.32lslnlthneld atrettc JUN.
PLESIINO.SI Market lame; corner of the Diamond
Pittsburgb;and J. J. EAST, No. ISt redyral street.
elle3bettyl 3feCIAItAN & MeN.P.NNArt, comer of
Manton(' tort Market strret, pltuborgtr.
DR. STRICILILANIYB Melanzious
CLUOn BALSA'S
w.entattell to ea the onlY•Pro.. • • • •
u
kotrtru to cum.
roVe r [Coull,. linereotteet,:; 0 Vl.l •
Anew, Whooping C.outtb.
ti b ffi rm li= . efrOrrtt I Y ° I
tal i ftWar. ll l* . - VIO E
•
ening and exiKELOtat4
rartienturs aultabla tot eti
affectloniC of the Throat 5ud . 7.41 - 44 / pal
or e b 7
Draggial evetiwttexe.
isp E.tetsvcrats
ugaipe doltXT
D YTiuoxr to Pita-
EDT hen OUBED thou- •
eands of the *fast pees of r
BLIND AND • DLREDIND i c tE'
PILES It siva leteleilhate.' • - • :
relief, * and erfeoto • perm/b.,-
brut curb. Try It Illrectly: r... • r R
i[ brarrantrit-to cure. I
FOr sale by all Oran biti, yit,„ i I
fit teat Per I.Dit I I E tal •
. ,WKIOLIISALZ
- -
•
lyspErSlN......Thlr:: Str
TONI°, a • aoaaaa crated DpceD p aratfoo -
cif
.
acldaaud car skim/ inaohm tive ..14.-7C-Os\
stroujrthen the •
nervous system. 111, num,
Min horodY fur kynPeildh. Cl • ;
or In Walton, rterlißnt!
ne Lose or ..APPlt.te,
Anwity of the litorageb,
4014.
Flatulency and deblllty.-; Ca).
In nocalehohgla n Woya, /..
l ill ,ru giVa.d.ppettioper-'N
- 411111 --:."
...a.: iron tale by •
Oath . nrerllYbare at Ill_per -battle.
at.; K. SUSI= -k CO.
I..Wrioaaaaaa *amnia.
• • - ---- --"--.
F9RIT. !EARS 'PRACTICE
Glvet 4 .,„,iziowledgii aeldo lN m
streaked by Phyal
dam. lenakestdeoce in this etty. veld tba meat&
of pate
to
treated =meetly br mai.are attltalet t l:
wear or 111) seem.. ' . .
erzumfoanics.A.,.. Belo
i t .Wesimess, Anti
all dime artatut Meg= %It a l i c a
.1 1 474 A . Ins. • bledletael *eat totayrDartbt
the Union. Allit&r , no".1 0,0 * 1 4 10 : 1 1. 4 01
return teem., enee4ol4l..we
sr, .
.I.:AL:bt 111Miaegt: -
A rai..? ' -." Bon 11107littaierl Ott.
INML9NCE
Farm= Tovvt LIFE uv THE
CURTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
of Hartford. Conn. ---
THE ONLY LIFE INSURANCE , : COMPANY Uj
AMERICA that now makes and paye an Annual
CASH DIVIDEPD on the drat and sorb subsequent
payment - of premiere. Its CASII CAPITAL, am ac
cumulation of $1.150.000, la securely Invested in pub
lic stalks and mortgagee Of REAL ESTATE. Is
now In Its Pith year of business, and boa paid to the
krstmWe ARV OltZDAyill of Its members the sum of
ORE DOLLARS. To this date not a sin
gle ease of litigation tom oemarred, an evidence
Mat liberality end dealltag a specialty with
this Company.
The pondns of this_ Company are not forfeited by
reason of non-payment olmmitinr after the second
I tn r Ciee N c e orintm e ft .:a t!rd 11.17. ter !
Yee'. ,
oral - erne-
J. C. WALSJ.:r. President.
N. S. PALMER. Vice IYPldent-
WHlTE,retary.
BrAweb• Ogee for Western Penneytrouts, where
Circulars and blank Appneutrons will be furnished.
SS Wood street, Pttesibtargh.
Agenta wasted throhout the Stair. Apply to
oredy F. E. GOODELL, State Agent.
C HARTER 1829. PERPETVAL
FRANKLIN
PHILADELPHIA
Asset& or. Jan. I. 1884,
- 82,457,849 95
• OATO. ;
Accrued Premiums
Invested Premiums
Unsettled Claims..
iicc;;;',7lLrliaT aau. ooa. j
Losses Paid sincol&S) 6,003,CM
Perptcral and Temporary Policies on lib I
liberal terms.
Chas. N. Bancker; . Iftaito Lee,
Tobias Wagner,
Ed
Samuel Firma, j and L. Dide,
I G.rire Vales,
Jacob B. Smith, ; Allred Fttler
fieorge W. Blehards,_ Fra's W. Lewis, 11.13
• OFIARLES N. BENCEER, President.
EDWARD O. DALE, lice President.
JAS. W. 111CALL1STEE, Seel ,
_pro•tern.
J. fa. COFFLN. Agent.
mlt.3 Corner Wood and Third streets.
FIDE AND BIAIMNE
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH A MICA.
PHILADELPHIA:
•1.750.000.
Hartford Fire Insurance, Company,
81,585,000. 1
Protection can be secured In the above named
and reliable Companies.
94 Water street, rub stale .)
. _
WESTEHA LAISIIIIANCE CO., OF
YITTSBI.Ot6 ,EI
ALEXANDER Nl.lllCli, Preside])
WW. I'. WEER ERT, Secre Cary.
CAPT. tiEORGE NEELD, General Agent. •
Mice, W. Water street, Spang Co.... Ware Rouse'
up stain, Pittsburgh.
Will insure against all kinds of Fire and Marine
Risks. e. home Institution managed by Directors
who are well known to the community, and who are
determined by promptness and liberality, to mail--
tale the character which they hare assumed, as of
fering the beat protection to those who desire to be
usured.
1112=11
It. hillier, Jr:
Donee McAuley. Bees J, Thomas.
Alexander Speer. Chas. J. thark,
auspbell B. II crron, John R. McCune.
W. Ricketson. Jame.; I'. Hanna.
myllo WM. P. HERBERT, Serretsry.
irrizEivw INSURANCE COMPA—
NY OF PlTTSitUßbili.—Villee. corner Market
and Water streets. second door.
WM. BAH A LEY. Provident.
WM. A. SHEPARD. Secretary.
Insures Steamboat.. and Cargoes.
Insures against loss and damage In the navigation
or the Southern and Western Rh cm, Lakes, .d
Bayous, and the navigation of the SIMS.
Insures against 10. and damage by gee.
011itclOng:
Wm. Bagaley, S M. Kier.
Samuel Res., John Shipton.
las. Park, Jr., James M. Cooper,
W. 0. Join:lst., S. Harhaugh,
B. F. Jrons,t .1.. Caldwell, Jr.,
Josh. Rhodes, John S. Dilworth,
Barclay Preston,Wm. A. Rodgers.
(leo,. I
Bingham, itelol
PEOPLE'S INSURANCE CO
Wm. Plalllps, t• apt. John I,..lthoads.
John Walls, Samuel I'. Shrivel.,
John E. Parke, • III:trim; Arbuckle,
Copt- Jan. Killer, John F. Kirkpatrick,.
Wm. Van Kirk, Frank S. Bissell.
James D. Verner • C. Hanson Love,
Vice e
JOHNPHILLIPS WATT, e President
W. F. GA/lONE/A Secretary.
Jun ;t9 Capt. SAM SAMkb GORDON, Cierrl Agt.
ALLEGHENY INSUILANCE CO.
OF PITTSBURG/L-021c. So. 27 Fifth street
Bonk Block.
insuretgagainet ail Etude of Fire and Marine Rickel
JOAN IRWIN, JA., Cresldeat.
JOHN D. McCOR.D; Vice Paeeldent.
C. O. DONNELL. Secretary.
DI ItZCIVA.B
. . .
lame Jane.. • John D. McCord,
C. 0. Hussey, Georre S. Flemi,
Harrel ; Ohm Ana linys,
T. J a Boatman, ; Capt. Wm. Dean,
John /min. Jr. ; G.. D. McGrew,
B. L. Fahnestna.. I Robert FS. Davl..
FOUNDRIES
FORT PITT FOUNDRY.
CHARLES KNAY NEPHEWS
MY'ORDNANCE,
AND ALL KINDlii SEAMY Cain_ MOM.
Elpectslartentlori r d
to
_ROLLING MILL WORM
BLAST MACHIN VT and RETO.B.TB.
REP . .
end.ed .
AIRS att to promptly.
Al heretofore, the beat matmOsis will always a
wed at this Foundry.
Attention la called to ma NEW PLY WMEEI
PATTERN And Increased facilities for llttfag op th
nothlyd
pwrsinnwn FOUNDRY.
JOHN at. RIFILT6OII
GIIMISON
A. GARRISON & CO.
Wasesnors to Bollama, Garriron & C 0. ,)
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS'
IdannesetorerS or Chilled Hollers of ell sizes, to,
Iron,llteel, Ernst; nue, Vorrpor..Bll.er, Gold, Elms
Boards, Paper and indls-Robber Worts:Also, Roll.
Inn MU' Coatings-o
N r all descriptions. Bark
Patent Donnie udnder, with •..la ,
y otb.r.P.ste
terns, alwsys on liand ift sad !deed to order nn snort
an
oblige d favorable cram (Mice and Warehouse,
119 Smithfield street,L itsbureh. f03:17
VAAL= a. 8. saiscsr
iElliF4l !WOVE WORKS.
A. BRADLEY & CO. .
Manufacture every variety of
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATING ?OYES •
AirMkt ithl , g:kiv the celebrated Elgtgls4,. Titorit'
and TALI." , (Coal Stores* Pt.MIA, VET.
EItAN and lIIONBIDEBSWOod CoOkutOVelt.) Also
usaualtsetstra
GRATES. GRATE FRONTS, &e.
(Mee amid Warehouse, earner or Beguisid and Woo
Wrests, Pittsburgh. EIIIMITICO OrtSseoad street.
• Marx
_
pErirri
Machine Works and Foundry
S. 1 171Malbetzaziam,
ENULNE „MUD= AND MACHINIST. Lacott
Ar t est l erm= ala w S , AduAky, y
Porer.sinaz OSCILLAT&G 4 - 1= kittlND
t i rZig i f e lticitda }ttended
COOKING. TIPTOIVES
Parlor and Heating Stores.
Grates PXOStS, Fenders, the.
;Also, an,kinau et, ap.tiOesrAka cusruieti,
• Ito. ailiwient knees.
_ : FARM IMPLEMENTS.
.DREpt SLACC --
8t ~eoq , band iiitourie Assortment of
' AIPWING mAtinurss,
, 11013811 RAUB.
130trite8 .14-ND
.. • 0.4.1 Waists,
No, 08 and 30 . oddo,
I: II2 4; II tNiVI , A
LAME% WOVIUNIONEY.
synsmilLyintr iibi,iatde Wan
'F/X-11-rATZD wrrn-14.vr.u.
. IrA aWA I T j "
°44 OM%iM2 ..01.11436"
11
Utiailt. soh MU Olfar Ursa
1866 irgA3I4I.INTER°"I-s..'
DPEAMP.TVAAJARNNIAN6cEaIF"NTNRAT'I°IS-11111*Ilaii, IL.—TWELV/S
• Hsi and attar MONVAY, Nov. *J)th, LSee. trains writ
! lease Hie. Unlote.Vsasisngsr Dopott cursor a Wash.
I InAW7l4.lbAYlrtr. Itftenti74ll' at 2:30 A. tr.
Wag atjerboirialstaukust Arrives at Altoona'
A. sr.; Tyrone. fti. A. St. „• Ibillrfonte,
A. AG; L.Ock ron, 2 ilitrrlsborg, r, 110 r.
I Bettintbre,4 New York. •11 llett•
• town, ICUM K.; •Pirtlatiripltia..4 trul Nt a
York, Via Hbliadelptila. at 10;77 r. x.
EXPRESS-1 , 55t..
•
6b60 A. It.. =Upping, at nearly nll staCiouo. Alltunts.,
et 1:150 P. 31.; liarrisburst.h NOS r. are •
' rbllrtdolatib. at I:2A A. K.
HAIL TlTAlN—[.raves Vittoburgb at LI:4(, A. 8..
trouping at nearly alLstatlonr; AILPODN: 6:05 P. K..
an - Istria at Harrisburg •at iti2.l A. M.. and
phi.. at ...lei. Y.
PHILAI/k:1.1•HIA ExrnEssi—Leayps MHO/mak
at 3:46 P. AL topping only el principal bout. us.
I Arrlvers at eatrobe: ;SAKI P. 2.; Altoona, 1:10 r.
Harrisburg, at,: ItaJtlntorr.• irdNl A. 2.; Now
; York, via Adroit.; n, louti A. IleTelplila. •
1 A. K. and No. York. rla at 12:03 r.
a.
Sleeping Para min tb a •-oirstatills train 'ruin Vltts•
.brlrgh to Italtlinore .411 und to Non
York els Allontoano
FAST LlNE—Lear.' , I . :rat...yr , Al
stopping only
.al ;irinelos` .1A:10m, Arrives •
loons at SAO A. Harrod.: • ...IN It.. It .
Irrorr,t 12:30 r. sr.: New Yort. , ;it Al ii•otourt. ; 4
I,l:l,l%!irtitrd,lPh!tt 1:10 1,2.; anti Nen York. vi •
Brui).ikfrs'a.e.'" :So rte..,
tDulty othsr trainer. Sroutuys crourpro.
JOILNeTtiWN ACCIIAINTIDATION —Pally (estop:
Sundaye) at tab P. et o stopping at mad.' Math r.;
better!) Plt tsbursh sad Corionnangt. and Oonnert.
at lidelrisslllo intorisort lon with trains on tiar holm
Hranolt and West Von noylritutajtalirtisd.
ALT(N)NA diATION• O. neer
Sundays) at 2.. idetplung nil rosruiar :trait°.
borovern l'ltistsurgh awl - Altoona, Dudinet los Ow. •
c onnorrlon with trains on the Brunh, WO.;
Pennsylvania Hatllroail, Ktatirthurr h Urtiourn Ito , ,
road. end litillldsysburtultranok.
Pint Aroornmorlatlon Truly for Wall', Station
Levu laity tOrCein Sundavol at 4::A1 A. II
Second hyrionnootelkui Train .00 Wei.• • at lon
LY.SYCS dally (recent Sondayg, at 10:43 a. U.
Penn Arcanum.lntim. No. I—Lent d (:: went
Sunday.) a:eo r. PA.
Third Aeconntiotletlttn - NAN -
Leaven daily (nneept.Sattulava at ad, v. it.
Penn Acounitnodatt en. tie. , l:•rfert
Sundays)) el fettle P. .td
and rem. :station.
The church 1 rat it it all et.itieu every Sun
day nt 9:03,.t. It.. and trrtet.t. In Illettietrett at tuttil
A. Y. Returning, lase. .Plt telturgli at 11:4.1 Y• u.
and Arrive. at nil's Station $1
Ft.:turning Trains arrive In Pittaburab ae follows. I
Mall I iSti A. N.
West Line
First Wall, Station AccOunnOthridon. 1,2 A A. N.
Penn Accommodation
Second NV.lrr Station Av,rturcodation.... 0:00 A. N.
Johnstown Aceomtnottation... ut:fa 0. U.
nahIMOIV EZ1.1 . 09 r.
Altotina Aeconimodatlon .Ist fanlaraut...lo:l o .
l'hlrd Wall's Station ,commodatiou..... 1:N/ r.
Philadelphia Expre,
Penn Accommodation. No. -
Pittsburgh S Milo Mall r. N.
All Agent of the Eacelstar Imin I lea. Conway,' iv 0
D ast through eacb train Airfare reaching toe liepot s
take Up checks, and drlivrr hagaagi. to any Part IN
the city. ('filet', No. 410 Penn via-vet—open day tiro
night—where all orders fur the n meat of twL....0
gent and bagtragr. will 0 cid, pro or, mpt attention.
Baltimore Express will orriri. with Philadelphia
Express. at 2:SO r. rt.. 00 31tirolayv,
NoTtur..—in moo. ar 10•1, the company will hold
themselves resiviosiblr for pr
al baggage onlV
and for an amouut 00 4004.
IV. WITH. Ao,olt.
At th e Pr, nqrh,,,,. •I ntrai Railroad Pircio.ncrr St*
Orin, on Liner, a nil Wii.hturidon steeds.
PITTSBURGH,
WAYNE tt
RAILWAY. ABU I.I.IO,'LLAAL/ A I'ITT,I.I'IUII3
RAILROAD.
1465. Whiter Arrnowpment.
On and after Noretutow. SAL. MAI, I t.
follows, elf
Lasoe.f
Foe
TM/harp/a. Chicago. te-tvlonel. 11'1« , la ng
Express 2:50 A. al. • 2:21 w. u.
Ex pre. r. AI. 2:AU P. U. 2 , 41
Express 2:43 P. A.
7,te A. Pe. 6:00 A. V. 2.4 A. IA
Fur Newcastle and Erie , io A. la
Returning. arrive nt
P.., 4:U., w.
C. It. no A. in.. 1. I, A)
TRAIN,r
Leave Allegheny
SEW it 411111TC.IS A. 4., A. M., 4 2 , ,r
hid feer 0. 24.
.1301.1.1YSTIAlt-2:a.. P. M.
N'Aw CAart.A-3:50
P.
W au, v r.
Reta 2'.. rnitic arrlee a
ll t Alleelten,
n.
- P. K. 12-10,0 A. 11.
0 EA K PARKIN. Ticket A gent,
unlen Pltt,lalr,ta, Pa.
A V. 4 : 1.1 t A gm.
All
City
1031 F. It. MN V R. "eta rAI T:chrt A vent.
1,1TT'SBIL'114:11,
NATI 1:A1.1,111),,11.
THE GF,EL,tT t.. RtEI,F)I ,‘ 1 . .,1M : ROUTE
TO cor:uAtklUS,
=MEM
I,4)UISVIL ,
I 331=2:1312
And all the
s e t. l!ll . lp . .z.l , lil , ll , a ) , uTFi
On and after
MONDAY, NON EMMER 211th, 1464,
Trait," I..ave olds, tv, tak l'N It i t be
an folltiv.,.
Arrlees.
Yarn LI • . A. al. U
Mall •• r.
2,10 P. U. 11.615 A.
bteltbe VW , : AA,Ol.lkl-INril ••
1.. , 1.:1.1„
Gro'l Tlrkti Agrt.t, SUN, bet, We, U.
M. L M
I. oTILEILSI'AUbII,
7lrket Agent. 17.foilpepot.
CONNEI.LSVILLE IL IL.
Winter Arrangement.
On and after
MONDAY, OCTOISER AM, 1864,
The train. will leave the Depot, enema er Stone
Water street" an follow,.
PUT
dint! to and from 7.1:, A. tt. corti r. Y.
Express. • • • 3ok , I. Priti A. st .
First 711eKeesport Acconi'n 11:03 1:50 A. Y.
Second •• 0:431. st. 2:05 r. a.
First Braddock •s •' 111:11 0,) A.
Second ••
Sunday Church Train In and
from licKeesport
For Ticketsapply to
A..f. SHANK, Agents
A Ho A . at:;l4§
1:001'. 11. 10:00
• -
CIIAN(iE
0. .54 ,rt,r AitiNDAY. Nov. 9th. Pit_ssenget
trains will bharAngeol tu run se follows:
Pittsinirgb 6:47, A.
arriving at Kittanning at A. If . I.vaver KitLan
al ng_at iiilo 1, At.: arriv still..burgh at 6:10 r.
EXPRESS Kittanning at 7:so P.
S., arriving at Pittsburg,/ fit 11:10 4. V. Learn,
Pittsburgh at 6:101'. 5., arriving at Kittanning at
SIIU P. az.
A CCOSISIODA TION Tit AI N:— . l.enves Myna Wm Ica
at 6:30 A. arriving at, 441011..4that 2:(10 A. 1.1.
Leaves I Itteno rgh at 1:40 r. arriving at Risk,
minetan at 3:i.S r. b.
:iverlatendent
STEEL WORKS. -
.
pITTSBITRGH STEE'L WORKS
ANDERSON; COOK ,4 Co.,
(SUCCESSORS TO TONES, BOYD St C 0..)
Hatiofactoters of the best maned Cut &ell, Square,
Flat and Octagon, of allslaes, hue Plates, Hoe, Fort
and Sheet Cast Steel, Cast Steel for
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES,
STEET PLOWIN
d 8, SPRIN &a. GS. AZLE%
CENICII
Cast and Common Plough and Spring Steel,
Oifice—Oorner of First nod Roes street., two btooc •
above the Monowsabele noose.
te=r:4l7
131LACIEi DIAMOND
BTEDL liicr.C7,ll-3Mlair
P.IIIK, BROTHER & Co„
nanuforfoxen of
BUT QUALITY FLY.YINY.I) CAST STF.E.L.
try.
Sirtnaec and *arettamaa, No: iB aad 15lplitt, an
and 121111acand acre eta. Pittaburah. qii rnl
•IT, CLOTHS, CARPETS, Ste.
CARPET STORE
Jro. 81 Fourth Strett
Mosaic, and Aixminster Rugs
VELVET . RIJGS,
Embroidered Plano Covers;
SHEEPSKIN MATS.
V 1034 - VIEW 3SCALISC,CI=BI
.1a And every desaintion nr.OArngta
DRAUGHTING.
DRAUGHTING:OFFICE ~
8-tLett. .-7P"tomat .ftwoisLcrs ,
No. t 2 st tlt. mar Bt.. tvaAtearindoulfrutg.
P. ozar6runstrcivriC.ol...
•I 0 Ys 14ilat otrtet”
PORK PAM:Kaa---
JAmts
• • - ' X 3 Nocels.L'l.vacat.c.x . ,
Deater,tri .ti..G RAM 31A0ON, 13A.R11,F,L POII.KI
MUED • lIEZP, ./.14.1Wv -/..A10). DIL, GISEAME.,
TALLOW. ae.. 'would reapitall,yeatleita.ehua
the trade No:'="tMV.EN.74/b 12 . 42 T• 113 i 4bur ith'
falltatai - . e_ . •
JGAILDINEft COFFIN•II4O4', o ._. •
. • th e rranklin, rhiltvleipbALAOlCAtuo.", ;
arsaw C 4 .34.4.a. Korth...At oristY 1 990.45 ma
:Third sliest.
JONES, A. Tfe I W a t
raid inATLI.V" r 7VIIIOI-triumpi.
icret.
of
W .
the A. BU} eo_'r
Vnmor cornerof
MAXILIVI AND WATYIi EV= irre '
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