The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, March 19, 1866, Image 2

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• MONDO----msucli 10, 1866.
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MAJ: GOMM Mi. GEARY,
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OtA'leroraiall ' areertro d i iistilsOfacermiabo.
poi/ for Whori lisoil4Q4l6•llslNie ittsi'ot
adverttoon, otiose Will will Do not . ai o nl
noortorlyou Unerttiers WM SOW,
tioro of tido. ea Mr rotoof:rostkplraraiti
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Tba prior of ono Oforobokiood Prollinf 4 4 1 i 10011-
,7 L lntigl CrLIM at the-coSiiier or teas.newb 7 ll..
beried by canters so rthIIFFICC4 kiPt 14'4404
To OUR EVENir SUBSCRIBERS. .
The subscribers to our eveninA_Paßel . ‘ lll
4001/ad 4:4 1 ; 1 , hatteienrizar t i ,
th ourmorning edition, and we truh the'
change will be satisfactory to them.
-12iiingOogrogreterotthe war an even-,
ing edition was a public neeesaltk; ins, the
war being over, and with it the excitement.
lbatec.rbmgkries4aftfteas it,cpuld bkiad,
the 'ie.:malty tor keeping up two daily cal 2,
tions of the paper has passed away. ) Ai•
have%fiekOduad; therefore, to merge the
two editions in one, and to concentrate all;
. .
our energies on 9str t morning paper.i yfer
ai.rtcvoion
• ms gpap& roi our reader;;
and to issue it with more entisfactioulo
ourselves. Our pair is now prin4C . a.l
,neatly as guy , Patairitt .theArest, andliAhr
reporters being relieved from the hurry
AelessatilytWundmit c nsr,t„
pripAiVa Say; ed to gdvemore
ittuicareAndliltentionto their duties.
.our moruipg edition,
will be villa} to
. -
that ,iirb6th air ecliAlons, Iferetoforr. i is,
ara. excellent medium for itarer
think, •7. . , - .
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Tuz propositionlOf Senator Stramsan, o;..1
Ohio, that the amount of greenbacks' non„,
P.MATC9314911-I.' -
e be' reduced below'
1020,000;000, meets with severe condemna
tion at aU polnts. It is a project made in
- the Itiferoat of those who wis' h . to keep the
-currency inflated and put off thErreaumption
Of speckpyments, as !crag es possible, so
that ilie - splrit of speculation may have full
/away and the downward tendency in ,pricer
be Checked. = •
Weitinceplly. trust:that such a proposition
will meet: with no fetror in the Senate or
*map. The great mass of the people are
anxious to have the currency contracted as
rapidly as it can be done safely, and a re
turn to specie payMents made sure et an
early, day. It t may be that this contraction
pennotlM Carried on very rapidly,•end that
theetMci Battles of the government; growing
outtifilehtune.nse amount of its tetupomry
obligations that will mature within the en
suing tWo years, will compel,-It to abstain'
from all measures that are likely to produce
a tighammney market; but the public voice
demanda : that no other obstacle than the ne
cessities of the'government shall be thrown
In the:way of the policy of restoring our
palls[ Matey to the specie staadard. The
proeetts of contraction may beelow, but let
it he sure; and if It bemire:tee possible to re
dace. # lO YOPSIZEIC of national currency, be
low thepoint named by biregjamiteN, and
neceSeartio - deso in onierVmake our pa
per orpiaT to gold, no legislatlye.prohibitiot
should be permitted to stand lathe way.
. A NEW ..Tuasg.nr. RnooiErratrerton.—
l a
Two citizens o{ phio, Dmiazx and ER
uttz, rented from the United ' S te: ,
Commissioner an abandoned plants ior
in 103,iniann, oyrned, ,by ;one 11AIIRIE, ~
tilMl:lind after raising one crop from
It turned it over to the Government
_ -
H.►ttnts, flaming been reconstructed, has re
- tarried to> his home, and one or his first
acts was toi have Dowassi and .Prtnnua.
indletedforlareeny, In stealing the crop
which they raised, valued at ‘,500,000; and
on this indictment the Governor Of Louisi
ana demanded their surrender of the gov-
ernor of Ohio, as criminals: Strange to
say, the Governor of :Ohio (Oox), issued
his warrant for their extradition at once,
„jr44o,tutt LOIttEIiIIILIS is in theNttion, and
the' reqbisitions of her Governor must be.
obeyed i If there is any other busbies,
_that this Goa is good at, let him go to it at ,
once; evidentlyis not St for tkirernor.. •
• We hive, in thls•case„ an illustratimi of
. what "Reconstruction” will effect, as under :
stood down South, to-wit : The indict—
*, ,Inenhlralr.Northern men who oecniihNl
Southern property, diving the war, an 1
. thelititinieSirient, if they are caught- ficir-:
mutely; but few of the Northern Suite 4
liave GoVenuirslike Cox.'
.
ConnicricuT.=-The next State election,
that hams place is that of CAmnectiOut.
which votes early next month. The can- ,
vela isalready an exciting one, and grows
intercia every day. Gen. NYE, of the
United. States. Senate, has just - .closed a
stumping tour through the State, and gives
a glowint account of the prospects of the
Reptddicana... Senator SzEntstss;rof Ohio,
follows him, and °the': 'eminent speakers
are daily engaged at meetings thniughout
the State. Gen. HAWLEY?, the Republican
candidatifer Goseitior, is exceedingly pop
ati'd we do not believe he can be beat,'
tbOiodin dOitterstil rally
tinder the cry, of ".Jornssoni Joxursort
Ttie`eleetlori' last year sisti 'held on the
day that,news was .received of Lne2s stn , -
render, and the TiemOcrati were so palsied
by hatnowathat. they did not .go to the
polls. Gov. BllcKnconsx's majority tins
aamidinkly 41,000,1AncoS - 's majority
-in 1864. was 2406, and that is about the tine
Republican majority of the State.
sis Tait "Loan licaniras titled the House
.ou..rilday.,_after the foreign loan ciente
,wik , . , struck out, by 68 ,to 4; beta-motion
r .e 4 4,frip a idai:vvaii made which will probe
blyanne n i to.day.
The opposition to this bill arises partly
froMrihn - Conviction that the Secretary of
the Treasury has 'power enough under ex
isting Inynto fund the greenbacis am! all
• Mauling indebtedness; and portly from an
indbmoiltion to' entinst the SeCretasy with
the ,unlintitesd- power confessed by • IL.
Mani' no lackof c:onfldenceitrihe ciecre•
ia[y, himself but,itzia unwise
- tolungo any man
toast aver theithiances of the country.
Carrant— , :lt will be seen by our dispatell-.
eathatther-Perdiiiininte tremendous dein
°nitrations ;on. Saturday,- in:.the way of
uttP 444. 100 at , *chdroh;:btd
ati ntiank,wainuuln an Canada, as expected.
)K l e ast, the Fenians..senni,
disgifsp4 *Ctadtne,thelf Cfr6rtB . _ to raising
rznone.f!,*tio locking AR," grand Sass, gen_
entlly;tieongh publi c and 'other
wise; but airolikerippot warlike intention,
on 60.014; seems wanting.' The Cana
dians do riolitixiir i'ieru in any
danger of imnsionnt pnb. ..yrbataver:
.
r_ognown. , men
iia a carriedthe,initnatrynieetiniiiatr*ri;
difaiii,%iin - dthereds now. eretyprospect,that.
the gialint General will be - :-Inktlhatedifitlt
most unanimously for GorerroSr by the 11 - .6:
pablleans. Thtt.:Pnrneernte4ill hardly run.
it eanklidate against him
,
- MSNR-Nr4" . 2.1; ,. -h , <A l re .::El q t,.4-Z.44L*;,i1iNe,..:!•4
The Republicans of the country will re
spond heartily to the resolutions of 31r,
Sa.wAirr, of Neriitia, rad:in The Renate,
on
Friday last. Me. tiTEW . AIei is one ofl
the "ConservatAyo" Senator, who toted"
to sustain the President ' s veto, and his
resolutions are therefore all the more wet
come, es hctokening the growth of a morn
imalthi sentiment in that quarter.
- Mr. StEwimr proposes that the Southern 1
s ta t e s. shalt be re-admitted when they in
'corportifi M their Constituthms (1) a pro
-1 .Vi'ateu abolishing al distinctions as to civil
,rights iind:_the voting franchise by reason
i rirtp...ms,
of, raee; : lot- or ittilous condition, (2)
a thither vision repitdiatlng „the relie - f,
debt,, anti .(.3), yield . all claim . tii in
ae4uil.lr.,Pr. 1, ..ra!‘ l lcilaatntl alavcs; these,
qiin;poattionsto s , bwityprosted by the voting
fsilsilailutt: of Mich, State. a.cording bst:the
'basis or suffragette it e*iste r d in 18430:- i:'
To - all. which: Ise , stty :Aolcal If the
i?nritheinl3tateti .will accept, these condi
tioni let theM'colne:tit; ict!onte otthe r wm . .
.not ; let thin takipthe consequences.- Only.
let them understand deliniteli, Without'
quibble or- reservatlitm , that Wye:trawl; get:
in on any'other' etirti; . :64 litakXthey- are
Y9t °l , JA*4* . A',l*.oiirik 114-
Taa pprti t .Aiiircts,llELL, .as it passed
,
•bothlousatoiotitainti , eleven sections, but
theol*:l)tift (f it I)3,6:attained la the
.tirstaeethinas follows
• - ,Tat alt; `persons born - in the United
Stiitesaiin. not subject to any foreign power,
exchtfitakoindians no; 'taxed, are hereby
*Olake 4 t o becttizene of the 'United States,
:andiatackUitiezna, of every race and color,
Nitha; k regard to anylarerviotis Condition of
Ifitoferjr,itanvoluntary servitude, except as.
;punishment for crime,. whereof the party
theater been duly convicted, shall have
'the'ditma light in every State and Territory
to make and enforce contracts, to sue and I
to be rued; and give .evidence, to inherit,
,purehase, lease, BA hold and convey real
and personal property, and hall and canal
-benefit of all laws and proceedings for the
security of person and property as is enjoy
ed by white citizens, and shall be Objected
to like 'lttraishment,, ludas and penalliea,
audio npwicither, any law, statute, ordi
nance, sdgnlation or custom to the contrary
notwithstanding."
The other sections provide the penalties
for Niolatin g this one, and themac.hineryfor
carrying it into execution. The bill is new
in the hands of the President, and much
anxiety is felt as to Its fate at his hands.
Ti Reading journal, published at the
home of Heistbr Clymer, the Dentoenttie
nominee for Governor, says:
-"Against Mi. Clymer, personally, we
hain nothing to say—against him political
ly, we will have much to say in the course
of the campaign. His record, fbrtunately
for the peopleLis a public one, and he can
not hide it. He was the V ALLANDIGI Jai Of
Penneylvania throughout :7a war, and when.
his votes, his speeches, his acts, are thor
oughly ventilated, anti the peopleand es
pecially- the, returned soldlets—come to
know his political status, he will meet with
a condemnation' scarcely less overwhelming
than was that which betel Vallandigham,
when be tan fora timtlar (Ace two years
ago, in the Buckeye State."
• Aittrnrso to the nomination of Oen.
GRAM", the Pittsburgh Post says:
"Instead of profiting, by experience, and
steering dear of men Of doubtful political
standing, they rush after old castaway Dem
ocrats, and confer on them their highest
honors. This proceeding, as in the nomi •
nation of Andrew Johnson, Is for the pur
pose of again cheating the people. But the
masses have their eyes open, and will not
be again deceived."
As the Democrats were not cheated any
in JoirkSo3oB- election, they need not make
themseliestrahappy at the prospect of ads
being cheated again, if it is good as they
think it is.
DIMAr{AL EvEn.—One of the speak
ers of the Indiana Democratic State Con
vention said
"Why are we permitted to assemble in
peace to-night? Is it because we are any
more loyal than we were three years ago?
Not - %e are not any more Isle!"
Truer words were never spoken
THE New York _Times is driven to the
necessity of publishing extracts from a lot
of anonymous letters endorsing its course
in sustaining the 'president's policy. The
people have another way 'of speaking.
They do not shelter. themselves underanon
pnona ginsea.
The Penney/v=ls Deinottelle7 and the
==l
Aawilllie-zietiMnibeied' that the late Cop-
Perhend Convention of Pennsylvania, atter.
nominathig , Mr. Clymer. for Governor,
.Z46d.:l!;...reseintion indoreint-the Prost
' - sutroonimitte• ap. - -•
pointed to come on; path and 'present the ;
resolution impersoti. • Thinthiefulinistdon
Wide asearect • • few
..ei.eilingit:sinee.. The
WereAdmitted:4o an .audience
, 'with that .President; were preiceecting,
' after the moat approved fashion., to amore
. him that the -Demnitrequf Feumeylvania
had deaigned- no empty: compll MOW thee,
they had . watchedhis .rmintit Action with-no.
I orthifarygititifmMten; and.that they should: atand..by...lilin and his Alimfohttlitlen so
Magas he somobly adhered - to 1.13 i) sum*,
-Constitution. , • 13efote the - peroration -Area
vettelibtl,"tinaltialdent - broke in upon them
with the suggestiou that. "the wisest thing
they coal d .do was to. go home • and ' chae
tilt& r.tielothn. 'He belfeindrthey . hat mule
• faint Mistake' in iftoMinining' auth a man,
• -.eayatilisttleitlai time. with much
'otheeketniirki encouragitig.
thithcietei. The • seen oftbal'emtlsy.r,
mania .Committeemen they, Making.
for the Baltimore' depot,'in WitairfallY de•
moralized frame - Di - mind.— Writhing/ton cot,
. .
Tatz lIIDIANk . -oonavie itzsoitt,
vicits-The Indians mmocratio State Con-
Vordibrii.resolan that, they will support Mr.
'Johnson fu liiti,contlicts with the Con
gressional majority. It' Beene to - us that
this is ?rodent, politletuntabove all, cheap..
-It he wilt thatalarify. Ilisown party,
'the) , ; WU win - tiold his oast." Tbe
atto eodwiiiiiigh eslimate of Mr,' 'John
son4r character and oamecityi - • ,
The doctrinal 'on the effect , of the
failure of the rebellion is free and eeaaseyy
The seotid . eralutd..not .the right to sect”,
`,therefore, the attemp,t 4nvolves" no guilt.
The zuterwlll , ,applr klislit , to' the
whole:catalogue of
claim that Congress lain rebellion.,
'and art lrsii: Jelnion to oust it by•three:
That la the way they felt !all through the
war, but they did-not then isemPliment.Mr.
Johntem - by calling On him la, jobs them.
Oulhervrtune the resollitiOns are a atrik
ingmitigation of the venom of - Milano
Democracy.' • The serpent:hat been out in
the cold a long time; he st;tmta to warm
himself in the hustrandreart a bosom; and
ho conceals his - thugs.. The thitur shows
managetaint, and we proannie Wes. the
key;notOof.theremeeratio political melo
did ' year.—L'im Gas.
Lunatics Moan a TIME. •likspir. - . - KRa.
4-.. e; terrible scene' recently in the
Lunatic Asylum of .St. •Pierre, at Mar
eciiieth..rranoi. -Three patients' determin
ed to murder their attendant":'fii - tiffecf
their purpose they- ...cinched away some
rnm-tma Timed' round *Stove; 'and with.
theMildl on Afcresst wardlnen they. saw.
and .beat'idm abotat,the • headtill , he died.
Anotbrikeeper, hearing hie companion's
cries, came ; to *elf wiurt wee the nutter, and
wos i wine' &quay: attacked 'and. likewise.
killed.a,frheMme madmen , then took, the •
be theinViedinse and
entered the adjoining wards to murder the
otherattendan,%,lhnt taking no 'notice or
the T.Pittiefrik --, The 311 ardinictili "hoWeYer,
eie r
ma men
t the progress of the
In en by Ala g the _door oaths Out
side., Mena eIP . Mb O /0 establishment
**...41.41%0 A nd litc.ciinctialvatteritideer..
pemte nadstanfalo, araXelfded.tiVistierpqr
ering the three murderers -without rectify
ing any swinge WWI , ' . 1- :: " . --
Tin t& and pmapiree
constantlg'. fruniihutting their nounin,sid
readers with lchitii.`OL,rovoltition. 'John
Van BOrerilaa epee& at Bridgeport, Con-: ' . ,
nectieut, on the .rth inata after citing the
exampin'oeOiltWienaialydag Qin Enrnp 830 ,00_11r.w r ikap.—Th: e ab w i e
o rltrliarn 'ernitod enl it ex iden 44 : 4 !`rinea m bOibr e 9m ,na grEra inat,!l f ~..n44 ." rtittirtasa4 nEr; fit, : ut 1I iyi nr "resi T uit ,. /21 ;
Lln tnemc
filago kl is ii*A in p, 11 4.,_ '* of_ nilA , 4 4 .4 141 00 Qpig iin4 - 1169032- 414.
.4114.,..0150,z4316:•ift,z,440=n0i1.n,. motet
my jndginent tn§,o f
De g iot. ! I fs 40y --.gi i -"*."1-'migPV froZio=l4 erVirk." - " * o '4.l'ol
• *co* ' therevan.ot/nd p a musagis. Ja -
kind of I"- , , - - ' i t. , „, IrßaircaSwro
"
- SOAPS, EXTRACTS Bze, DRY GOODS, TR.:FY[3=GS.
_ __________
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OFFICIAL AD v WT.'S renewed from South Wl' KII G. Irt 9 t'ssi
thretthr. Or THE BOA.. oe HEALTH. i WALlGTED—Severalrodcarperk-1 Fripo___ _ _ _....
Carolina axe t o the effect that a hand of out, ,
THE March lidb. 1965 ..• i . TruS-Xonstant work an gmut , Y 5 F , ... ' A P -
_ IP,ITSICLCS of the Board . ily..?1 1 •17.11. A Hegira: Bearer street. trance.- ~
wut sem attendance. os TrtMDS.If or-s sell sen - . r .,..
~ , _ _
~.,--t _
_ t As z tto
csunmitting derdations and murdering wsza, at: 2 ote.loct , r. a.. area the ri - BST OY
laws, led by an ea-rebel major, has been ,
LT foram purpose of v.cciestisethe- poor or IaTANTED-01111DATEI At
ti noon assn " ne g rc ' es all
" f
-')u tifelx ' the crit . y. By order of tat; Board. - - , :le tbel l eleoßa Mind. dem Wortaq 32 Ohio street,
devoted loyalty. The - rnformation fur- GEORGE FORTUNE. Allegheur, a i..NUMBER ONE HAND. ON CHAS- .. :
..„ . 1. 4 ' A.C .. E CERTAIN S.
nished is to the effect that the Edgefield =hosts Health Officer. . ING LATHE. Nose but good workmen need app_ly.
district is one of the largest and most re- - - Via, Sotherronis oyster, 1 ; . I ' 4 ' l ' 4 _ It. IL LECKT.
hellions districts In that State, and is con- • Prrr..ar Roll. blotch 6th, MG. 1
trolled by twe'orga.nized bands of outlaws FEMALE, to sell HOLLAND'S lirtrerotl , TO
-one consisting of eight men, and the i ''' ' all persons interested.. t al Ihn- report f An
..l I comb ). LIFE OY UNCUL a. "PETROLEUM V.
I NOTICE III•BEIllE b BY GIVES.:T.O ' 'W T. AINTED--AGENTS_—"IaIe and
, praisers appointed to &pm Ise. tne 5 /MII I . III '' ' BAS ET PAPEItd, •• i book of tree wit and boiler.) •
other of thirteen,•led hy an ex-rebel map'? i by the change of grade of Penn weal., with the so
-1 SARTAIN'I3 NEW FEF.ELENGRAV I NG, ..11051K
named Coleman, who has been raiding Mai ' augment and fleittliejto . lgti t he i i: , ;;rti e te r i likLiglll Faun asliEssuN VILLE," Otpleture tbat should
district and - committing with impunity 11,7
t tylry:noat tei. ' este. liens will bo P ited there- ; b V, III O V I : g r / t h. T . Q .m. nr y i I :M O M 0 3 ': 51 , =-_
the most fiendish outrages on Union men for ',same. the pro o pertles iressed, With Interest ay street. PlitsVurgli, Pa. mhl.sditatavr
and freed people. They have already blur - i co" "a fees , ',l, nikoori, Eity smi e iror, , .EXI'
dered is number of newnes and ono white) mesa . ', • - N05,106 - I.lfth street.
maw: without _the slightest . pnivocation•
robbed and driven fromtheirbomesseYerm -- -4 .1:119
; NOZ4CE.l.T,o_ols,7Nti.E.llSt._be,,ObrotnA.
to
d CP
Northern men who have property there.. ovolcwor rays, Csrtt. ,, C .. .. gas t e rz Ac a .
Theleader-Of these perillieshl 11, desperate 1 .11, 1 413rr,,,,, ,. .tra . ,, ar„ 6,.., teal 4l,• ir t Treasure 4NE
'ell3ri k :eteT i lind =API.. ,_ts ...as ft‘ r p,Pkies of his . oill - Oe :I' - the thiy of Plttobargb, FORTHWITH, In STA.
p/MMellA eriVa .care `cut. jrotn colored per- aceorlanee witb
15M, ond ' lTltgi, " ..f..:::rir.V • awg - riroi
i the Cltf 4 of Fittsbarga, peened Aprithe. IMO, sad ail. SEE,
.
lientatEr Penn is the real name of the I r A rar: l etsiztxrefine to title out LIMIER' ,
to be recovered before CI
English lady_who :writes under the psen- the mayor. double the amount of the License. . .
,tteitintis,..ortiohne.,Leel Gall Hamilton la i The old metal slates of pree nr io e ul t y= m a : ,, ,„ : l" p li
-Miss - Abigail K..Dodgie•Piorence Percy is rellt . t.a t e l ‘refor. o
itirvilinabeth Akeng ;Timothy Titeomb BALM or LlCKliszi • or,
ill 7 50
itilor..t•J - : Gr: - Boland" Orpheus C. Kerr is Each
, one .r. l i i:r r Le Vehicle e
Robert IL Newe'll;' lira. Partin ton is I'. Each Four Hone Vehicle. ato
15 00 a IY
-. ll '
13::V3hZ4beil Artennis Ward is Charles 1 e'ecti Two none-Hack . Is es
I% . .pr,atrae;'.Doestioks; P. B. is Mortimer b.....
Omnibuses and Timber V. heels drawn by two
$lB 00 each. For erudi additional horm used dare
atYkritiedin i V... N. Pepper is_, James M• : ln Itnyof tbe above rehleles, St GI. eli
HE'
MOITHI; Josh Billings is Henry W. Shaw; 1
pir...... a . : }... . El . C4lllA h tiFF...C_lt m y T ... retun .,id trer. .
Ediahad Kirke is 3: R. Gilmore- lk Mar- I
iferis Donald U. Mitchell; Petiole= V. I ----,---- - ....-: - = - - -- -- -- - - .5 --- ko ..
3 4 7
littaby is b.. R. Locke. I BOOKS. STATION - MY .
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171,
EMIGRATION FROM IRELAND.—The steam-. N Ew B 6 OK, J'
er Queen arrived at New York on Tuesday I A 4 a
from Liverpool, by way of . Queenstown, : of ft ,
with nearly nine hundred
.passengers. The 1
.11312'" .14... L. C>. 'EI.. .Sit
Steamer trio, which arrived on the Sat,, dee
rk
=day previous, had nearly as many pas- I a. J
stingers. The large majority of these pail- i Fit. m sat 40 - omi 33 , p
sensors wore able bodied 'lrishmen. This 1
does not beartent the statement that has -
been made that the Irishmen were all stay- : --
Mg at home to help the Fenian movement. 1 eV
THE Jackson (.Miss.) Clarion confesses I rte
that the German immigrants engaged to lc- a t•
'ateln the southwest have not found their Jr ,
sipectations realized, and have become .11,- i
.•-•
hearteded and disthiutented, and it is fear ,
their influence will produce such a prejnd !-
against the country, its products, cilmat.
and people, as will make Germans and
!other foreigners ovoid the South. The J. L. READ, 78 Fourth St.
Richmond Timm reeontly nude a similar m ujom
I scimowledgment respecting the Swedish 1
Colonists who settled In Virginia.
GENERAL NEWS.
agICITOR ' FOOT, OF V 6.ll3.loNT.—Much
ansioty is felt as to the condition of this ;
venerable patriot; but ho seems to be slow
ly recovering. He takes great interest in
public affairs, and is especially delighted at
the victory in Now H a mpshire. It is re
kited that when Secretary Station, who
ening tai see him frequently, asked what he
could do for him, he answered as follows:
"Stay in the War Departmeht, and so
strengthen the anxious hearts of our great
people."
Ar • Acapulco, the pretty peasant girls
have an ingenious device for selling neck
laces made of shells, principally on the
days when the steamers arrive. Handing
you a-necklace they say, "Me give you a
present, senor," and then retire with alow
courtesy. Returning, however, in a few
momenta, they - say, sweetly, "Yon give me
present, senor, ore quarter dollar,' which
you do at once, unless you have a heart of
stone.
Tlrs whole Southern Press rings with de
nunciations of Thad. Stevens and Charles
Sumner as traitors, bemuse, it is alleged,
they are trying ito break up the Govern
ment. Will these indignant patriots pause
in their fiery oaurse long enough to toll us
what is the appropriate name of th.,,e who
for four years tried to do the same thing?—
an. ann.
E. IL PAVNE, GI Cleveland, who com
mitted suicide at Ravenna, last week, by
taking laudanum, was laboring under the
hallucination that the spirit of a young
lady with whom he had been in love, and
Who died some time since, was following
him, and so put an end to his earthly ex
istence In order to meet her In the here
after.
TAB (hilifornia Pock tells a story In the
following lines:
"Since then, dear maid, thou grant'st this I
boon,
Pray let us be united soon P' •
Says she, "VII be delighted I "
Then, with a twinkle in her eye,
the always thought that you and I
Bad better be Yonan'-Isted I"
A TOtrAG tisono, while looking down in
to one of the receivers of the Catoctin iron
works to witness the operation of melting)
,
iron ore, was suffocated by an emission of I
I gas, and fell headlong into the lake of tire
and was consumed.
Miss CortaT sister of Lord Lyndhurst,
andel Mrs. Gardner Green who recently
died In Boston, is now residing with Lady
Lyndhurst, at the age of ninety-three, and
in good health, with her mental faculties
unimpaired.
A Nuw Yonx merchant named Bern
mann, while on Ws way cant In a Bleeping
car on the Michigan Central Railroad, on
the 14th, had his pocket picked of $6,000 in
United States bonds, and $15,000 in green
backs.
War ought Andrew Johnson to be more
grateful to the Democrats than to the Re
publicans? Because the Democrats made
hint President, while the Republicans only
made him Vice-President.
A Yorts Corturr Democratic sheet mils
General Grant . a usurper and tyrant for
suppressing rebel. papers, and Intimates
that Jobnson must put a stop to such pro
ceedings.
MR& SICIOURNEY published fiftysix
books - during her life, heaideei more than
two thousand articles contributed to nearly
three hundred different periodicals.
Tits gold claimed by the Richmond
banks remains in the vaults of the Treasu
ry Department, and will, doubtlessbe con
fiscated by the government.
'llli,Preisident has sent to the Senate the
noadruttion of General Frank P. Blair as
Collector.of Internal Revenue for the First
pistrict of Missouri.
Tim anthorlties of Cincinnati have adopt
ed.. the . Nicholson pavement for all the
streets hereafter to be paved and repaired
iu that.elty'.
POLITICAL.
arTOll
JOSEPH ROSS,
•Of abefheoood , Wat4l, Plttabiggh, will be • esodl
dela for Sheriff, •Object to the settee of the Chalon
Iteontillcui County . Convection. . uttite:to
IarCONGRESS.--The friends of
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY
U,titulm"fo t hu =il:,,Magfg,VUT:
gran Shad mist.nict. aitaldtwd
_
Ltiapi [MI : 1 S:011
GENERAL JAR. S. HIGLEY
Is A.III.NDIVAME IN TIM *An Disnuer
inturama
Azisitisrku?:
MEIWASTILE II HART
Lea Owl• T 7 lzt. El .
JOHN B. GOUGH
WILL LacrtrirE
Ca r i ir t P
WENINDAY. MARCH 210.
Sub! ect—"PECIULIARPEOPLEP
THERSDAT, MARCH 2241,
spttlect 7 ,navirEmarcEr.
FRIDAY,. MARCH 2841,
Subject-9WM. ,9
'Doors_ tven - it 7 .oelock. Lecture commences at
'LIS eeM ningtellokets, M. Secerist-Seets.l 2 o
extra. Seats - may he severed at City Hall, ou the
day of each Lecture, commenclu at 9 o'clock, a. It.
. , TILO B eir " • .
• A L,
-KgMNGEL
pirrElinnaG_ Fr: WAYNE AND
CHICAGO ICAIL.WAY CUMP.II..In. ,
?Ili St tilemta
vi ~x
An a
1. 1 . 111 41;
.d nevi NIMIT tromellelhre lt, will
be held at thaelleemett thacity or
tr m a, D l. s o44llli w l:
et
truxt And Rood eler.lieeka et llla 6072, 1M , „r, la
the wan ce The civet Patentee:, and the
Vedette lenter,'" la %Wharf IT N., -t or T, w i lthi ,
doled : ea e_ttlt day at . .hiareb, , at=oek r ic 0 .,
cMll.9a-741411“
""NOTICES."
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ift - ic , c, 8l1„130.
1102 W HOOKS.
TRoWBRIDOR , S NEW BOOK,
micrcrir .ameir J.
BEORGB BANDS' KEW BOOK,
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AND DICTIONARY OF THE WOULD—new
rerlsed edition.
ECCENTRIC PERSONAGES, by W • Rd...IL
• And all other clew Book., for tale by
JOHN P. HUNT & CO.,
59 Fifth St., Masonic HaU
mhl4
NEW HOORN:
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Rescued from Egypt, A. L. 4, E 1,30
Outlines of Theology 1,3 0
Canton.," .4 . All2PliCSn blethoillsm. Staten 1.60
Life and I -attempt E. W. lloberman, Q. S . 4.1
Here wards, Kingsley 1,73
Nours Among the Gospels. Burl 1 50
Wsr Lyrics. Brownell 1.70
.‘lfpwa Poetry Orient. ' I.e.
The happy Islaods 1,00
Your Years In Old World 3.(0
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MRS. SOUTHWOHTEEN
1i ewe - Book,
THE FORTUNE SEEKER,.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
PURNETT 9 S STANDARD PRE
PARATIONS.—COCAINE— A floropouud of Co
coanut Oil. de.. (or the Hair.
I'LORTHEL—A delightful Perinme for the Hand
kerchief.
KALLISTON—A Cosmetic (be removing Freckles.
TOO, Sunburn. de.
ORIENTAL TOOTTI-W ASH—An Eliza for Pre.
sone lug and Beautifying the Teeth and Grans.
IlilltnETT'S COLOGNE WATElLUnrivalled
In itiohness and Delicacyof Perfume-
JONAS WITITLVILIPS REMEDY—For Asthma.
Rose Cold Hap Fever. de.
BURNETT'S St ABOARD FLAVORING EX
TRACTS—For Cooking pianos..
Any of the above named articlesMO
Prescription
Store.
tie
procured It the Central Tang sud rescription
Store. corner of Ohio and Federal streets, !Ala
Harlot House. Allegheny.
GORGE A. WELLY,
. .
WHOLEIA LS DRU(KEIST,
.7ro. 37 Mood Sired,
OPP(I6IT2 THE BT. QUARLES HUM..
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Bled*lnes,
I.II3PILMMIINCIZI7riVIT,
p - NTS, OILS. V ARNIIIEd. DICE,STUFTS,
!Rl:Mgr= VI
al street..., Alleemal. mud _
gligeN JORNSTON,
TOXIISCWCIXI39O,
Corner of Fourth and Easithtleld Sts.,
D IEWM4Y6iEAWAYW r '
Ato.,leporlAd strum lande6
Pelsate n et. ter
J . 84111100NMILINEB & SON,
Pittsburgh White Lead Works,
*ME Warr: LEAD,
BLUE LEAD GROUND LE OIL
BELS, TOE PALIITLE
0/L BAR
ZO - cp. GB Waa INtreret.
mom
TO TUE . LADIES of AMERICA:
And Victoria Regia,
THE GER OP THE WORLD. TOILET, PARLait
and WHITE. It eves • warm delicate that to the
complexies and GO tout, like the Pariah Marble
Carnation Mops% beantifid Out of the moo.
hienefaetared b A. W. HAREM/ Pb 11.1-
pbla. Tot Lela by a. GEO. IL EILIELER. and all .
Druggists bf Pittsburgh.
Da. G. W. R. REED.
1013:1. d General A, of.
AUCTION RAOUL. •
RANH INSURANCE AND OTHER
••-• DT STOC. TUESDAY E EN1770,
Starengst Ild °WOE wlllbe sold on second door
a u % t i zrz ll l:: i tmlttitelif street,
Er •• ' -Orthinsetanee Cotopstrit
•, Blononeshels Wins r OD.;
7•• Blnatedbant 'Bridge Co.
meld A. 11.c1LWALATE,Anet. •
PURNITERE. CARPETS, BED.
DINO. .00—MOROAN HODdE ALLINMEKT.
On - WIDIVEVDAY MORNING, March ztat, as 0
coded,. wlllna sold at Om 31nrann House: earutrof
rastara lane and Taylor &VIM ne, at tha Jima Tanta
AllethetrY City; tie entire ttontahmeat,'eamprlsing
carpets. all Goths. too:Weans. beds. badalng, - Vane-
Mu bands. window. anadet, looking glass., plc
tura: cbatra, [lanai,. table., <titans .tables. - We.
tonttt, gneenttrtrny knives end forks...P.m. Ice
chests. eloaki; kitchen mats, largo attelletAl nook.
tug stay* atat utelnals, omen• moves, bnr Antares,
kitthan furniture, de.
milt)
A. idtaThWAl.Nli. Auer:
CLAMATION
IDIROCLABIATION.--City of Mlle..'
J. ointipt, aw...4tr eoinpliartee, with a resolution'
pas Irlt he Select their ms.Counella of toe
Oily leatetty. - at meeting on the Mb inst.,.
PberebT ssamacro i elunaton,, b orgerin o li b r be. f t la.;;
MVASN I A F T., the ssp.Psj or
holeudgeleetimm, tutu malting to elect. a member
of Clotonent Council to supiplgtboolace made Tomtit
by the resignation of G. 2f,Miller.
tlisensualer tuLlx r d aud•real the city or Aue r
g mbar L T!: JOSSiVotrifiC . , Mayor,
DISSOLIITIaNta.
I\iSSOlil7llON PARTNER•
...-"SHlP.—Rartnerstlln beret:lore existing be
trzl.n.
o ut
t t mo z mh z 4W i J c . o teldAft wthu TEß, d 4m u de s. r
solved by enuttalconsimt„ The business of the lino
wilt be settled by their MICOOIIIOII. at their °Mee in
the littlit on Borah Cansl street, near Chemins. Alb—
gagAnCocuumaa will continua tau .ivit Ec iri-
M u trY = '41 1 4 guranielraoit
igrAc'hoWtt LT. = Zara roarargi
therefore most respeutfully mammas% least st-initi:
front all, and partlettlartr MO. naraelttO pious
.11.4 mums oy prlzne InOltfati, Fa . lk'
WrIIISIIION.
lildintoMlT Mb. iaia W. J,
The undersigned would morneatfuliy Inform the
nubile tbstrjorrto n kasseatated himself with D. rill,
MOUE and W. J. under the name end
'Wield' MUM the ambles*
.U.,"4.ct,V11:-1241'reng- willelikil l e-hr;' are
*Warm. dated rettruarylith - igog -
jelbtf. . - • •-• r BMW:.
, M
• aseirtitiii
WraT ataxenturran, Much lit, tale.
AN ELECTIONSOWPRESIDE.
APEITXDUIECTOUS of the MANOHEST t
AI it
sAymotkluXK-erlll:be bete at their , Baulring
"fletusoiatilaUlttlAl; the, Mat ehly-cf March, be
' ritech thahOppi. of Land - 41edgelc.- , 4 •
totts:t . ' .• 'T ADM B. ATDI.III4- Cash%
: -PouND:
.TZ0 . 1170) , - - -SMSklkonlotga of Mow,
u-irtm'efitivccatwittiartAl s r,
-0 Ito t
..Eirtavirll . l;lttoireer pr= att 4 reitem,v.
WAIiVEL
ood Agents to Sell
SUER:ILAN AND HIS CAMPAIGN CHANT
AND HIS CAMPAIG N S ,, (the latter Just out:)
I.IGILDIO.P.RAT.EIt. FIRST LESS:rN, (( match plc-.
turas„)andTELEAMItItICAN 'INVENTOR& These
are all new Hooks and P.:gratings, and agents ran
do Kett with- them than with rtuy otter offered to
the print! er ,
?or fall particulate. apply to or add reps
Altell I E ELLIS. 07 Fourth street, Plttaburgh, Pa.
ulhl2:',lrtavrorrw
•
WANTED.—SI.SOO PER YEAR !
—We 'leapt AGENTS everywhere to sell oar
:LITPRONAO TWENTY-DOLLAR SEWING MA
esisiEs., three now kind., under and upper feed:
warranter fire yearir. Above salary orlarge commix.
aloe paid. The ONLY Mae.hlne told In Grilled States
for lean tha SKI, which are fully lteenasol 021 Howe,
Wheeler & vikton, Groner & linker, Singer & Co.,
and Bwellata.r. All other cheap Machines are Of
psEGIAIDED. Glrenlare free. Address or call up
onSßAllf • CLARK. Biddeford, Maine.
defkileodar&WF
WANTE.II , -AGENTS—New Book
I.I.EADV,—GET THE4IEST—FLOE
OFFICIAL SOl3llo6l3.—The great. "Campaigns , of
CHANT and SHERMAN, by ;be world-renowned
Historlarr.l.- T. HEADLEY, anthoror"Waildnii
.ton and Ills Generals," "Saereerldonistalos." to.
COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME: , 'OVER. GOO
PAGES, with AO STEEL PORTRAITS; RATTLE
SCENES and.3IAPB, Elvlnso complete Ht.sloe7 of
Grant and Shemin:Vs camosilgns, and a Ibll Morro
plry ottbe unikt prominent' Generals f th e Union
Army. This work Is published In bhth English and
German. and for Cheaprie. and accUTSCI. Is superi
or to any similar work. For nuttier particalera,
call an or; address A. L.. TALCOTT, 260 Llbertr
street, PlUsborEki Pa. nablZ:Std
FOR sArR
•
F OR SAL .—The. Residence of
the ban DIL SAYE lt,r,corner Sandusky street
and North Common, Allegheny City. If not ,sold
before the 21th Inst., it will be (or rent. In ire on
'the Pretilisen; or nt S.D.. it W. C. BORLA qu NIre,
No. Orl Market street. mbt_: lwd
R BALE—IOWALAND--$2,00 -
AT 12 1-2 e.,
1
—ABOUT. FOUR HUMMED AND TIIIILTI ,
ACRES OF LAND, situated near Webster City,
Thurallsji tiounly,lowa, (on the Sneer the Peale
Railroad.) Is catered rot onto for TWO THOUSAND
DOLLARS, cast.. Address "OWNER," Li ATETTK
Orrice. fezial
F°" BALE — Three good seta:A
band 1101LERS, 40 umber. diameter, V: feet long.
; two 18 inch fuzee to each • made of 4-1841 .'lit. burg h
Stamped Iron, Price VP each. Enquire of 31.
BOLE. CO., at the edestrial Work,. corner of •
Point alley and Thignensc Way, PPtsburgb, Pa.
fetlvhsdiu
3 Crude AT 1S 3-4 c.,
Ski.l3-CRITDE
- 1 - OIL TA to gotta order, termed in 11AT-
FIELD, adjelning Lawrenceville, are offered for
sole cheap. Their Capacity la about 1200 barn. Is
earn.' tined landing; and veer/ fa i cilityntlfired for '
DuZllllii•Oc t .":olllfiVrTmNr. ;JITTk, o f
Von BALE--A vaiuible Country
.1: Residence atEdgeyrood Station, Pennsylvania
Railroad, one and a It mina from Wllkineburg;
Eleven n ews IBS perches of Land; a nue new Dwpfl
ing containing tea rooms and cellar underneath:
Fruit and other convenience. on thence:Wens. For
further lathemation, call at No. 106 Fifth street.
Pittsburgh, or on the premises.
noLdtr .1. S. KING.
- 14`ORSAJLE—Sharpstrurg Property
AT A ItAIIGAIN—A Brick liomiel and Half an
western roand, In The towo aharpshurs. Tis•
Pennsylvania Railroad passes near the
land, willah tiring, It within a few ashrams. tide of
the city. Terme moderate. ger IsworMation,
.np
ply to P. D. nmA., /a Wen agth.trcet, New
hock City, or R. B. FIIANCid, Contro ll er's uffire,
Allegheny City. mbl6:ll,tl
FOIL SALE-4 valuable Farm of
113 ACZEIS. In milesshly, Westmoreland
county, about tbree• from - the Fs. It IL, of
which there are 15 acres cleared and In good stav
e/ enltivatlon; halaree well timbered, a good apple
orchard heaving fruit of first quality Theruprove-
Lamas are a good boas., a good wed . ofwaterat the
door; frame stable, granery, corn crib sad sheep
inane. The secole faro well watered. tsplendle
prospects for oil one mile from the tarn; also a ,
alurrsysvtllc. about three miles away. Fur rattler
intrlicalars. noduire at the ofdec of WM. IL HAYS.
35l Liberty street, up stairs. mba:lents
FOR RENT
11,`OR RENT—A Country Reat,
cou
taing to sere. of &Joh Sett; large ttro-stom Brie&
['wolfing, Barn. Mottle, Orchard, Spring ana Spring
lion., situate. l 7 miles from the orldge, opposite J.
Knot ,s Vralt hardens. Apply to
mh id B. dIrT.AIN A CO.
14 1 0 n. RENT—The Lot on the cor
ner of Butler nod Allegheas*terms, N loth
Wgrd, together with the old Brice Depot ltulialog
{beacon. file lot has 144 feet font by led fort deep
loan alley. 17111 lease lb for dee or ten years. Ap
ply to M at. DARLINI3TON. et No. 37 VIII 11
street, second door. mht:tf
VOR RENT—Office In
BAILEY WiLkins
JOUN D. . ,
Stock and Beal Estate Broker,
• otht7 ' Ball.
pf,O4SQOAWiI4
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TIMM LINT OF APPLICATIONb , SILKS
A, for Belling Liquors, riled to the Cleric's Onice.op
to March tab, Ma.
Trani gum ?taco.
Thos. Wadi, Tavern., let Ward, Pittsburgh.
Jan . l;Yr i tt . lvd ,
do do do .
do do do
Geo.: Davison, do do do •
Andrew Outed• do do d"
Wu.. riloon. do . do do
Jno. F. Snyder, do do do
Joint Moos, do dodo •
Jacob Fidler, Eating House, do do
Thos. Danaher, do do do
John Wirth, do do do
A.W. Aiken, Tavern, 1.1 Ward. do
Jos. McKee, do do do
roams Zahrloger, do do du
Jas. Cos. do Id Word, do
MM. Lore. House do do
Dennis ttoldlog Ea . otherting
goods, ,
do do
Henry Itcletellen , Torero; 4111 Ward. do
H. nuessingeo, do do do
llosaktartms. do do do
W. 11. *Simpson. Yard House, do do
W. fincesselseado do do
H. Thomas t C o ., a other goods, do do
Albert tiloekner, do do do
Trauerman AptlAsont & Co., of or good., Fourth
Ward, ;Neu n.
Adam lintnettart,W
ammo, lob ard. Pittsburgh.
A. B. Elliman, do do 4o
Malttutser WM., do do do
John Miller, do do
L 0913 Kauffman, lit do
do
Michael Matter. do do
John hinabaum, do do do
Daniel Volts, do do.
do
0. W. Buehler, Eathur House, do do
David Collins, do do do
.F. L. Celia, do do do
L. lachloeffner. do .16 do
Lugarda Keck, do do do
Chas. minoeuk do do do
v t , Vollt . i..getmo=Ts=, St d it o Ward, d d o .
Wm. Wolff. ' do t do do
1 lieuratobitres. Tareen, Mb Word, do
Johnliansen. do do do
PaCk Dolan, tith Ward, do
Jno. Moldier, do do do
Ittathiaa Delmer,. othor goal& do do
Win. Crown, do • do do
Casper lieddinger, Tavern, 1010 Wind, do
Isabella Y. Young, do do do
duo. H. Clark, do do • do
Alex. Murray, do •dri dv
Jos. Kiser, ao do do
KWh A Penton. do do do
Aug Witthauer. Eating Elottae, do do
.1, 1 1, tlardiner, do do do
Oro. Specktnyer, do ~ do do
Clulat. LIOC.IO, do do do
Wm. liollabelmer, do do do
Michael limber, do , do du .
Christ-Klein, do do do
Peter Kolbecker, do do do '
Srmi , kJimlth, do do do
Simon Nicho.k, other goods, do do
Chas. L. Nothing, Tavern, lot Ward, Allegheny.
Michael Flatter, do do , do
John Fletcher. Eating noose, do do
Adolph Kerner. do • do do
J. &halts, Br, &Co, other goods,do do
behule,.lAnsner I 06„ do do do
Harr Wader, Tavern, id Ward. do
J.
do do do
J..... Inking,
do
do do
John Millar. 3.l'Ward, do
John ledger. ' So . do do
de o. Derst, do do do
Valentino Mork, Endo' House, do do
Horny Lutsy, • 00 do do
E. W. Itardina, do do do
4h i glirigt:rrili ' s ! s h g, g'°d ittl o Ward, Ai:
Y. gllwaugar, do do do
JOti. Weber , do do do
'John tiordo'n. do do do
Vlo.._•lloirmars, • do - do do
Jos. Kohofeleder, do do ' do
Phillip Patin, d 0 do do
Joa...duidiente., . do do do
Deo, habitant!, dO • do do
Anthony Weber. Toting Home, do do
Jot, delf.r.th, do do do
;Johanna Lang, do do du
Francis Ether, Alo do du
D. Desammetualdt. do do do
Anua Froelich, do do do
. Jno. O. Elehenmulter, do do o
thirtieth Touter. • do do do
Cleo,
firer,
Tavern, Horo. Etruiloglism.
JnO, Lorey, do do uo
JacohYoung, • - do — do' • .10
Oro: Nan, Eating Mouse, du .10
Merman Assume, do do ' do
drad.Albrecht. do • do do
Fred. Boort.. ' other good*, do
Fttr.riVll:Le'' T. 24., . deo •
F.. aa t 3 3 o g
Danl.-Barrer, .10 do Illizabeth.
Barbara Fess, do do Lawrenceville.
Philip Wagner, other gooda, do Manchester.
Adet Hahne, ltatinglioune, do 'McKeesport.
Maolla ;Mater. . Tavern, do do
Mo.' A... Baker, do do do
Jolth Wertenbach, do do do
- Jacob nelield, do do Shorpsburg.
Jerome Zoom, do do do
44
l l ic°lr l ' Eatinr Hon •
.:1 * T. Pittsburgh.
,VrtgitiAttlds other good:, dl, ' . ' . 4 11,r ''''''
al i. i laf i e.nbc . uspr, Tr . grn, lialLwinTorrnelp.
'A. Lightner. other goods, do do
J. B,...DePherson, Tavern, Collins do
do Chartism do
fesilittl... do do do
Mg ' l3 o olt ' , "' b 14111 r ia ( =' fare' 2 •
M namun, Tavern, ' hisClnte do
Sec Homy, ' do do . do
sae° -.Trig, do MeCtndleisa do
Jacob Bono, do do. do
Aragglennett. . do Fitt do
Marcie Jack, ild Plum . titi
Jot: ilumnedoi dt, ' ltesorve ' t 0
rbuto
Kent, . do
Jatuaa Keitronos do ItobitisOit do
lit, VitifoTre " e, g. . do
r . 800.
lar ..- - —3:
Asuff, do ).. I. lit. ms • o
010 gictnoskey. ' do - .L.
I'L
.do .
6.
.
wo...alcArzioniti... . do .:
' . do
Matthew 31.0 31100 Tavern, ' Linton • do
.soaellassra &.Darld Sent', Tavern, do •' • ' • 110
Abra'o Moore, -. : , • do. .Yeraallte• do •
Jacob Malobart, - - -,_-, do do do
Thotlentrt nIK Mt On.W.VDNESDAY. the Pith dor
di March, ilifiesnt AO- Whillekt,A. U., for hearing IMO
alines rr lotra, ' •
V. 1.1. MIK illalhelf Donde to iny olgoeidt or '
olhe tag :
mgeohnatiplums must tiogilednn or Dotard the day;
othegin •
Certilicatee or licenses granted Moat he taken mit.
airerilve ,Ind within Sheen day& ow li.vi.„, b.. 030
in ,m,,,u . gealtoy wilt bo revoked noosed higtolavr. ,
inhirslit . • W. 4i-.#P-140,br.Vteric.;
ka ie 01451.N.121
SEWICRIi h EY , ..-DIFEILLING FOR
- ft ige f t jai4lriVirel h cli t ii)V.:o l k u `r i tt l uitot
COU4SII2II3IRZVATI , V.V-toom, - ._witia. lan dr.
rz-AtmtiwmpewirialtliittlaWit./.21
.130 bx 200:-IITe Alloy tigCmallt Itexa 1140toft. SM.
IMPIX.Or.O I .t.nt WaLer“ - APet'la'
. - •
12111 - W TORtill!l#sl4...
1;7;
sa-Z54?,7,7--
13=1
ttrwuN.s EXTRACTS
COUDRAY 'S EXTRACTS.
I•INAUD'S FYTI: ACT,
IZZEIM
COLTDR.AY •S SOAPS.
SOCIETE RYGTENIQUei SOACS,
LU BINS SACHETS.
BROWN CIILOROIIY 3: E.
BILECKNELL'A SHIN SOAP
l'llE LICAI.J FIcOJI SQULFtES:
ItOWLANA•S MA.' ASSATI OIL
WINF.S ASI lIIIANDY
=MEI
SIMON JOHNSTON, Druggist,
mhl2 Corner Smithfield and Fourth Streets
pawfiewl n Ottlticle cl§,_
BULLETIN OF PRICES
FOR THREE DAYS.
GOOD PRINTS, Fast Colors;
Bleached Shirting Muslins.
All the best makes of Prints.
Good Dndressed Shirting
Muslin, Delaines, the newest
styles; a great variety of
Dress Goods; this being one
half former prices,
A.a"2se.
Extra width and quality or
Shirting, and Sheeting Mus
tins. An immense quantill
and variety of Dress Goods,
the same as have been sell
ing at 50 and 62 1-2 c.
<l9l - " 31 1-4 e..
One and a half yard widf
Heavy Shirting Muslin. I
great variety of Dress an(
other Dry Goods, the price!
being a reduction of one-ha
Our Stock ts now very full.
and contains some of tht
most desirable and cheapest
goods on hands ever sold.
HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS.
Our Stock Is now complete, mak
In; the greatest variety ever
exhibited in this city. The
PARTICULAR attention of
Housekeepers Is invited to'
this DEPARTMENT.
J.II.BARKER&OO.
59 Market Street. \
Le.,i
WHEELER & WILSON'S
New Improved Family
gEWINO
Simple,
Noiseless,
Makes a Stitch Alike on
Both Sides.
Is so ample that a 01111.11 can learn to Ina them
by simply referting to the printed Inaterictlona,
o bleb are teat with SYYnT MACHINE.
EVERY MACHINE
WA_IRJELA.. - PIirr•JEJL).
ffeunning,
Tucking,
Quilting,
Braiding,
Cording,
Felling,
&c , dour on those Mactitnei—douu to Pia, &mos . .
They are the Best in the
We ask ui osslutnatiou of our 31aOhluos before
you mate your prrnhaso.
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
:NO. 517 ruin EiT.i PrITT8111.91(711
~HO~~
pifttiIIIUMG I
~111.1111FWERY
_IND ' PaiIINDVENHT/SES.
0 m A IaXI
Secoissoto Jen: .A(usioca, P.,
sitiIISERYMEN tie I.ll.oWn'ltt, all.takeigkt - 146 t
eolith attention totheir extensive stock of nntt son
ornamental trosto9r9cnruth itapeelueslntd/Os.D.
house plants:, • .
. t rittahluttn: . , skland:Passenges Cart son to to.
' :realhatzultse ... ineentatantspe , r:': -, - .
, ENSUBANCE.
• TIFE 1111441UTLINCE LIEF: INS Elf,
ANCEit.;:The RT. 31PUTVAL 411'/C
IhTtURANCE CO. OP 'll N.WARff % .6. deelretil
'Weal" the eltt Mien or el tizene Yt.t.berh thie
;entojeet,.throosb.thelz GeneretAgent for the West.
I.IUMMIXD, aillloeon6aeela tionee, PlEt4l-•
P. S.—Otte seer Ttataten Lifa,eanranos seated,'
ALT. ova roluesse are, sos-forteltlas; for innance,-;
Utile party bseettireernable tat:looS kis annual pay,
/Matt he HOT Lirralt. htepoigrtait tbeainOarit
"ofirtearatieeerlii be &ministate slant stenieslous ,
Us the premium. se impale,. tbereasy• reasintisrake .
ealleepseetiopekeVeart mash, esairtsaLtre
Itunatiota , zooksz_p_aketibtets,44.. eilishe had :as.:
*.t , • • 4,IJILESIIIIBISARD,GiesteratAsesit
•
.Aloiiinghatis Lace
reatibule Lace
a FOB SA.LE SY
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
ag W. 121013. iStreot.
A NEIN STOCK
FOREIGN AND DOIICSTIC
DRY GOODS,
E=l
I_,aitesa Novelt les,
To he fonocl lu tho New York market, at
BATES & BELL'S,
NEIV SPRING STOCK
IN - UAW C 4.0 Col)
WhOlesale .d Retail.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
Invites the atteation of DEALERS, 3lEttellANT. ,
and .5111. LINERS, to their asaortment of
es.riqt...a:vcr crezircrxxio.
lariarimnis ci-e=ocriarEl.
lIILLINERY GOODS,
LACE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES ,
RI FELINES. EDOINOS, RILAIOS.
PARIS sKinTING,
SPIONO RA L.MoS A LS.
HOSIERY O OLOW
'
ESIIIsoIDERED SK I RTS, ROB ES WAISTS.
FLOES:CIL: OS AND HAN MCFALL:II I EFS.
FURNISHING GOODS.
PAPER COLLARS 111 kind,
CORSETS, HAIR COILS,
HOOP SKIRTS,
AND A CF.NAIIAI. VAASIATY OF
CZ:I9O3CC:OI•7.
WHIP.II ARE OFFRIVED AT POPULAR. PRICES.
New Goods Received Dail). •
Ftnyer, are invited to call at
Nos. 77 and 79 Market Street.
mht6
1866
SPRING GOODS.
Weare JatlTrrcrlvin SF.W and dealrable FOOD!
lu•t from thr F.ASTF.BY PITIES. hteb C r.
Trtpanmd toed to our WHOLESALE anJ QF-
e
UT Co.u,mcrs at TtSEACT~IBY YI:ICE:t.
The Arrivals To-Day are
Hamburg Flouncings,
EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS.
FINE LACE CtILLAIIS:
HEAT-STITcHED AND LAi•E HOICKS.:
MOHAIR III:Ai, MCINNES ANI , ItoLLS:
NEW STYLE BONNET ANI , NECK RIBBON'S:
BLACK SE ~71. 1 :1, SILK NETS: •
NEW KTYLE BLAI•K SILK VEILS:
NEW sTYLE (3,IISETR IA fancy rolorA;
FANCY HAIR CoMll7i • R IN,moNNAIES
MAC ,IM, GLIDE6i.• CO.,
Nos. 78 and SO Market Street.
MACREBI & CARLISLE.
19 Fifth 'Street,.
Are receiving NEW AND DF.SIRABLE 0001)
by Exprese daily from Nee , Yorit.
NEW STILES OF HAIR NETS•
B ILAI LA R CE. C TI L WI . T L S L L A K :
LOND SPOTTED LACE VEILS;
LADIES' EN AIWF.L.ED PAPER COLLARS
LADIES' EN A.3IELED PAPER CUPP'S;
FANCY COSIIIS-NEW STYLE;
ALEXANDRE'S RID GLOVES;
DENI"S SHIRTS_ COLLARS. TIES,
331=War-a333rneh
Duplex Elliptic Skirts
To Dealers et Marectecturers• Price 'List.
ALL JWiDS OF PAPER COLLARS
Al Manufacturers• rnees.
ALL WINITiI GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Merchants and Dealers supplied
at lowest prices.
MACREM t CARLISLE,
MEAT BARGAINS
MUICCEIPRCOLCAMEIEL3I:OEI
AND
SIFIL'Ir C3-4:C2COTIES,
Roe. Id and SOi -Irket Street.
GLYDE & CO.
AT EATON'S,
17 Fifth Street.
ARRIVING DAILY BY EXPRESS.
Hair Roils,
lllegir Cutts,
Curled wets,
MILD AND SILVER CORD, .
REAL POINT LACE. , COLLAI
POINT APLIQUN COLLARS,
REAL POINT LACE AND KOOINCL
POLNT APLIQUE LACR. AND EDGINIL
REAL POINT AND POINT APLIQLE
LADIEtP.AND OENT'S LINEN lIDEPS Invent
variety.
VITIPPLWR. ,GOODS
Perfect.
CLOSING OUT AT
ORRiTLIP REDUCED PRICES.
Z.. S. 3EIBWCIIOIC,
(SUCLTESSOR TO EATON, 3L1.0817.51 6 CO., y
dr°. 11 Fifth street.
mhl
W. W. MOORHEAD'S,
Ntra Style Frizzed Nets,
• Italy Coils,
Fancy Buttons,
- New Empress Hoop Skirts,
.Embroideries; Lace%
- Woolen Goods,
AT OREATJ.I7 REDUCED PRICES. AT
. . lio ; No. Market Street.
CA4 111 3 I!KccANDT.,ss &
2 ors int.mv.uisab Co.;) .
Wholtem& dilaters In FORRION AND DOMNSTID
Dar 6001.),5, P4WcodAtteuts third house above
Diamond 1 , DannNt 4 •
..-
s:~va~r~s-B
P T ". Brit"
it FOR SAVINCS,
Form,,vnton iNsir ( ortiTlO:g.
./4/11in -- M 2B,
6 7
_Fourth s t ree
opp o .4.b.u.dcorpttisbursi..)
Vir t nirranitO IN - 1141. -
OPE NDA/Vt yp r atri l' ar&V;t l l4oin i en ,
n WELT
tarn't
i tg ato N A o T tel d bex a b t. ll, o, l - th.ota to r.. 9 . l ni cOl d .Aß:r r ib 7 .ol. : ,. •
Itoolts or 11F-i.w.. •
B' 4 - Mu/Mutton cepeonaly oat, . to, those: u m
earn •rr il m it °' the
91 l &P.'" '' ' ' l ti ek " Letwarinit tit - UM:CS' 8-
aaumwltfeh , !Ul De'
oresOninn .I,l6rucr•ottoottro.
ett'ult" nomua OV: III ANAGEJ.
cancialLipmalitzto"
st onir AnE
mr P . „4c,
nTAei,lwrtraee ”
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VTIitWOBTA- 4 ga1Y„,4:1
;„
sorrttirasY;iv; g
WALL PAPERS, &c
OYLAS PALM ER,
.11D IREAII, HUB L\
TAI IRATIMEIR
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,
GILL Cornices
TA~I..Ei crow - IZL
Warehouse, 91 Wood Street,
Seconli4oor below Diamond Alley,
PITTSBUROIL, PA.
- w ALL PAPERS,
4' I.A IN ►SD' BEA OTT PIM RCIURT COl
107 Market Street, near Fifth
riPER HA INFOR 1866
A groat collection of
«American Fran Papers
For th firF.l. time In ft. Teir.
.11" E ir Ex& Lis!, Pap Ens.
A ebolev selection Of
Newest. French Papers
For sale by . •
W 2ILTF.II P. MUISHALt,L4
pROPOSALS FOR.SAFES ' AAR
LOCKS.
WAsLITYGTOd. C., ffiareh 3A, 11016.
Sealed rroposrla will he reeeived tit thetiffice of
the Sopers - Islng Architect, Treasury Department,
Washington. D. C.., until 12 M., APRIL. 6111,386.
for furnishing the Burglar Proof and the Burglar
and Fire Proof safes required by the Treasury De
artment-for one year from tlfe -acceptance of the
-,0p.al of the e ueeer.ful bidder.
Speciticattont and drawings tor the Bh - rglar Proof
nafes, showing the fb plats onatructlon et present
toed, YIP: alternate of iron aud hardened
steel. can be obtained aeon apelleation at this De
partment.
Ilurgld and Fire Proof Safes will he eortatteetod
In the saute manner at eased with a suitable Ore
proof cot snap, the plansd specifications for
filch must he s ehie t i t eft by t h e bidder.
dates - Go he ships in gelded condition wititin •
re•sokable time nom date of order.
The Locks V: br furnished by ibis Department,
hot must hermit le place by thy eontrector, and
',erred worklet order when tile Soffits turned over
the proper of Myr of the Government,
Thy bids to ho per imperlidal foot,. measured on
ti, anu ..• coser ail chargelt .
eluding painting - .1.1 door ext.., (e•cept su it of
lock..
Proposals will esso reeeleffil for Burglar del
sad powder peon - Locks, to be accontganlod -with
samples,
Ail tilde most he accompanied by the-guaranty of
two responsible peisons In the stun of $5,0X1, that
the bidder will ateonpt and perform the - contract If
awartital to Lim, the sufficiency of the temerity to be
eeriltied he the Metric% Attorney of the district
when
the bidder - resides.
The Depflnalt. reserves the right to rejrt any
ell Ws. Or to and the contract Bit orglar
hoof Saler to one party. and the Berglarked rift
,Safcs to another. If It Ire deemed seethe !Mer
-1 0, of leo Government to do to, and no bid still be
considered that dohs net conform to the reigns-r
-ifled,. or tide eel yertimence
Prop...al, to by endorsed ••Proposyla for hales and
...• atiti audressed to A. It, MULLETT, Aet
leg Supervising Architect, Tree...end' Department,
Washington. If. I'. A. it. lIIILLETT.
traffiffiawdiaftt Acting noperslaing Arehlteet.
CONTRACTORS.---1 - LAILWAY
LI:TTINIE.--Thu Allegheny ValleyT Ballroad
Compel, Invite proposals for the GRADUATION,
EtilAi_alis EY, BALLASTING. AND TIES required on
fifteen sections of their road, extending. from Oil
City sonthward, and on fifteen Beath:Ens, extending
from Mahon ingCreck northward to the vicinity or
Brady's Bend Peon Work. Each aection, will be
shout one mile n length. , •
Maps, profiles, plane, and 'specifications of the
e.ork will be ready for examination at the Engi
oner'soeleo, on Pike street, In the City of Nth.
burgh. on the irt of Morris next. and proposal' will
be received at the name 1,1000 op to O o'clock, r.
of TIEURSDAY, the 22n OF 31
The line will be non out and stakedam Coen a! practicable. but contractors run at any time obtain
al the Engincer•s office_ In Pittsburgh, all tho tufo , -
motion necessary to entwine them to examine and
'bid for the work understandingly.
Any further information desired tan - be bid try
"°tient sr, Pt r.orsort or be letter to the sulacriber.
11121: t ti ' ;f F. WEIGHT Chief Iroxineere
pitorosA Proposals
for Supplying the Troops h 6 Alleghbity - A2101114
reti... with
F' EL s3=lllllo
lior els iponths, col...being no the TPIRST DAT
F APRIL, ISM, and landing on the With flay of Sep
tember. lred. will be received by tneaubacribar on.
tii the INSTANT, at 12 Web:wk., when
Inev edit be opened. The nee( to be of noon and
warle..ouie quality. in quarters, wttli an equal Pro
portion of each, (ueolis and shanks to be eseinded•)
The daps of Woe, the probable quantity of beef rem
dred, anti tine term, and coed itionsof Cie enntract.
an be ascertained on application 1..) the aslttscrliSers
at shealteny Arsenal, near l'itteburib, DA. •
ISAAC ARNOLD an..
lot Lt. of Ord. and net. Copt. el. A.
.A. A. C. .9.
IiENILY G. HALE.
NOtTIVIST CALMS OP, FEC7 t at ma. sum&
Desires to return thanto to Ills friends and the
generally for their liberal natrdnage,•and would
edpeetfully Inform them that herhas just return
from the F.ast ern markets with a large and welt
selected Mock of
Fine Woolen Goods
P A ealr tr i . w i tr tAr y, (4 EN T L4tEN'S 8111..,1110.
SPRING STOCK
19 Filth Street.
GRAY a LOGAN',
pITT ODIIDGIE AND
ILLT: ILAILROAD;
,
THORSIM.Y., MARCH 15itiligdo •
P
. ,
MAIL Tian , will leave rlttaberghtati tecistek
A. a. insteuteraa 'heretofore. -
riltetiT 21ekES4iFindr VIII leaves
rlttslusrup.at ld o'clock. r. tr.
AtSCIIdIIIOIIATS.LN will leave W.X.dr Idirrws ,
aces:rel.:dr p.. rs. ,Ileturelng irlll haves MU/burgh
Time or all other traina enchanted. ' .1
nihtista W. B. STOUT. Superintendent.
paurttatts - G ou-50
tursloll. (mhl3 °Mani&
CALSIEeVbyEiD - PLASTEIS-zl9O. bbls.
tor iblbl9) •OLLINS.
P .
.tracket •.store
.11. and for eat. LT . 1.91,1 A -1 / TMOKET .fr• O.
P-O—SINDALE CE ITENZ=IO O bbls
bat recalled by • iIENIIY 75:: OLLP H.
.2_4 11 A r a • if " Yr S EN P UPPL I CO S. LLITO3.
pirME-200 bbla, fresh
y White LEII fi rrale by d, B. CANFIELD.
LOT : :0F ADAMANTINE
okbiDwis sts.l,. tp_da4l.o. rp_ts_
mll9 JP"- ". 7 , " K' "D"W
b
OATSU-7- us.emui.
pits . 4 .17 v oio
4; 4 I ,WIEET . CIDElt_l5 bbls, 'Sweet
rinlqugCliler fin. sac by . •
Taal IL VOIOT 8 CO,
11 - itiIIPVEIES .:-- .25 barrels, - iron
bound, no in ftore ated.for ode by
mitto - . VOIOT Jt. CO.
2 0 lbbbs.,Rape or Ea.
J.. tine 01 to iOrtrf ttor summer Nora for We. •
torti7 t" r DIOKEY...t
r — A - 401E8 4 400 Was. Prince - Al.
l'chl"°*P'u llt r . '* Orl:PYELD.
REAIIS-25 !blots. "cistki.o White
Beaas reeelreernd for isle 06, Ali . YE. }.l
. • .
mbir " •" • t Serfort4
APPLESI DECEIVED
' THIS DAT.-1 car toads .rhoirrt State
G , 741 now Inflator atlf.tbr i aall ,.
111.•
' l ' W" "d I VAPAIga. ANJEB.
No. I 4 Scrota at.rest.
.
soArs-200 bla3. colgated
Honey, Olyeerine, Betel sod Fancy
Soaps. received toil for ple by
- . Itzirmat &
inbrl , idebt.LEß and .93 Wood street.
SPlCES—cloiresi Cinnamonifint.
Brim t b irl2oB“
marl , pl. Wood stilet.
DATER- 50.Iralls new IlkateN lust
received and Or sale % n .
am
a.
Bum
mh6 ' • itinad Niret4.otreat.
(11,11' COPPER AND BRASH
tro- P lO‘ " Te, r, 'L
To arrive on steruntslrotktown, fbr
, 3 017 • Idt.IAIIDICILtY 16 CO
~.„. •
' ll * 4 "'''' 4f-e !'!! l° l l .3.l.es.nitair'xi.:ivo.-. •
71).W *ter street.
Its drew Designs
IN OREAT VARIETY, AT
109, H. 11491 in & Hit
µPROPOSALS
MERCHANT TM:U:OIS
MERCHANT TAILOR,
PITTSBURGH, rs,
BOYS' CLOTEIINcr
NOW RECEIVING BY. .!
4'7 St Clair iriet.l
R'~ZLRO
oATni.s.
CHANCE OF TIME.'
o'.'" ANL AFTICEL
pOT*T9EV
iteciio i to4l4* -- - , t tio l'l tt.
vetdeglvptagte” --1, ge , dpl ,-
ImUi.
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