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FIFTEEN C ISNTS pe r WI,Ok
There are persons who have dreamed the
United States •was to share none of the
great perils which the history of the world
—the recorded experience of mankind—
attests to have been tile common lot of pop s
tiler governments. An ides has possessed
them that, although the large majority of
"Sr population belong to the race which
has been more conspicuous than any other
for its lust of domination; whose leaders
have, through all the ages, disclosed an
iudomita4le purpose to "ride upon
the high places of the earth," to monotto•
line power, to tyrannize over their fellows;
to establish governments on the basis of
htrescriptive rights; and to make the multi
&le bend their necks in humble submis
sinn; that mere transplantation to this con
tinent had eradicated evil desires, in this
direction at least; and that republican insti
tinfoils were'secure beyond the isiksibility
of tieing overthrown. The events of the
last few years have shaken these unsus.
peeling individuals out of their dream 01
security. A. war, beyond .imparison, the
most formidable and sanguinary this CVII
tury has witnessed, and entered upon for
the express purpose of overturning min
ha institutions and setting tip a government
Ibunded on privilege and caste, has led
them to Duster conceptions of the irrepress
ible ambition of the Caucasian race They
now see that tile same dangers that Is-set
political Wien) in Europe ore all lawn'
here, mollified and restrained, indeed, h:
ilitlerrnec, of situation, lint liable at all
thin, to Hash out a ith the intensest fury.
It bus often happemsl that an auto race
by slow degrees or by GI 14 Wen conrulsior,
has been reduced to a constitutional mon
art by, under which • while political right
nem greatly restricted,' personal I Bert
was miasnrably maintained. Such
change has rarely fallen to the lot of
, u re
public. When a nation, accustomed to lib
erty, in the large and just sense, breaks
from its moorings, it 'eoturnonly rushes to
the opposite extreme, and passes tinder the
rule of a despot. Powerful reasons exist
for this tendency; anti the process by which
it is developed, though not invariably the
is identical in the majority of imitaa.
When anarchy smstrrenes in a rel:
there is but one door o f deliverance than
front, and that is a dictator. In looking.
over the fart., or history it trill be fount
that an anarchical condition arises princi
pally from two causes. I. From the gene
ral decadentrr of physical and snot iI
strength. This is not our present case. A
a people, wo. have demonstrated, and art
demonstrating, the possession of ummitch.
eat power, physical and moral. 1 Fret
the spirit of faction. 'With 'this spirit feu
nations hare been more thoroughly .. int
burl titan the people of this country arc to
We are in a revolutionary epoch. W hil
We Were exchanging congratulations ovt
deliverance (rob/ one great danger another
loomed up before Ob. Successfully did it
brave the perils of battle. Was It only t,
perish ignominiously of faction ?
Nothing is plainer than that, In free gor
eruments, the , hambers of the represent..
tire bodies are the sanctuaries of freedom
Instances can certainly be adduced in which
constituent assemblies have arrogated au
thority and plunged the State Into the dem.-
est miseries; but these are exceptional
cases. The whole current of experience is
the other way. In the vast majority of in
stances dangers have naisen from the en
croachments of the Executive on the pm.
rogatives of the chambers ; and when the
representatives are driven out or suppressed
there is always an end to free government.
The Elecutive centres al( power in his own
hands. He does not stand alone ; for no
MAD stands alone in any of the relations of
life ; but he stands by the combined Int%
ence of powerful and mercenary classes.
The nation is under a despotism from which
there is no no escape, and not imfrequentl
before it suspects peculiar peril.
These are ronsiderations which nugget.
the NV 18410 m of numlerating rather duo
inflaming passions. We are passing thrtingi
an ordeal the end of Which no human .1
gacity can foresee. Mr. Sun - Attu ma
fancy all is "lovely," but root and tself-lm
'teased men, without political ambitions b
gratify, ttnd with no part to play Jn th
stately drama of atfitirs, know full well the
all the wisdom, calmness., patridti.in an.
courage of the nation arc needed to so set
tle the issues that confront us as to rondure
to order, peace and liberty.
THE STATE OF THE SOUTH.
The eonapirators who have been tryinc
to force the revolted States Intel: into Hs
Union, upon the plea that they are 111,1 c
loyal and trusty, are appalled at the testi
mony produced before the Reennstnietioc.
Committee, which has partially been lair
before the public. From this tentimce
ny, which tomes front witnesses whose ve.
rarity cannot be questioned, it is elent.thre
there is no such thing as true loyally in the
South—lhat its people submit to what they
cannot help, but are still an hostile to the
a Government as ever. The substance of the
testimony is thqs tersely - stated by the
I. That there is throughout the South
general hostility toward the Government of
the United States, and a manifest indispo
sition upon the taut of the tx,..ple, est...
cially the pardoned leaders and politician,,
to twee pt the results of the rebellion.
R. That there is a disposition to pio.
scribe Unionists whether found in the
South, or rooting front the North, or In
other words to make loyalty odious and
treason respectable, and that there is an un
concealed hatred toward the freedmen, and
a general desire to omen them.
111. That so fur us all the elements of
good citizenship ore concerned, the negroes
arc better prepared for enfranchisement
than the poor whites. Theyare more loyal,
more industrious: more anxious to obtain
an educatiots, and better able tp take care of
themselves and those dependent upon them.
IV. That there Is a wide-spread desire
upon the part of the more wealthy and In.
tluential of the late traitors to assume the
rebel debt and to tiemazid compensation for
their liberated slaves.
V. That the genuine loyalists of the
South are for obvious reasons against .the
admission of the late rebels to power,
either in the State Or National Govern
VI. That the magnanimous policy of the
Government has not been reciprocated, and
that the pardoning of the leading rebels
has bad tat Injurious effect upon the irttrk
of restoration, and has, tended to' -
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NOTICE TO ADTEXTISEIts
PERILS OP REpLUBLICA.
ANOTHER RAID ON PENNSYLVANIA.
OUR SOUTHERN CORRESPONDENCE.
During the last two years the work of ,
building a line of railroad. fr9m4lbany.
N. 1" up to Cooperstown, In Otsito coun
ty, and thence down the Susquehanna river,
to Binghamton. Wes been vigonmsly
Pushed. Recently Li line of railroad has
been projected, starting from Utica. N. 11.,
lip the Sanquoit creek to the summit,
thence down the Unaddla to the Susque
hanna, and thence across to the Delaware,
reaching that stream at or near Hancock,
in Delaware county. A heavy subscription
to the stock of this company by the city Of
Utica - make, its completion curtain
A month ago a bill was passed by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania authorizing
the construction of a railroad, starting on
the Susquehanna, in Luzerne county, at or
scar Wilkesbarre, thence upthe Lackawan
na to the summit in Wayne county, and
thence doWn to the Delaware, the intention
being. to intersect the Utica road at Han
cock. New York capitalists are interested
in this project, and the road will be'prekett
to complettion with the least possiblei delay.
These improvements will open an.outlet
for coal front Luzern countY:dikeetly to
Albany; also to Utica; and titmice it, Spa.
cure, at which latter pobirtemdisfasteuper
ceding wood a.s fuel ip the evaitoration of
salt. Probably, upon the completion of
theselines a' million tons of coal annually
will he sent over them to market, to the
great profit of Luzerne county. As these
lines do not run by way of Philadelphia,
is falr to presume the traffic will he held
in high judicial- quarters to he unconst ha
tionsli and that the Legislature will be
protholy importuned to repeal the charter
recently granted, before the ink with which
the attestation of its passage was signed
'hall he fairly dry.
CON N ECT I(' T.--The 'laniard Prw
...i eak. very encouragingly of the prospects
in that State. It says:
"The canvass is progressing with the most
encouraging indications of a larger majori
ty for the Cnion ticket than was expected_
Our reports from country towns, where the
ou VASS has been completed, show that the
Union ranks are not only unbroken, but
larger than ever. The fact is that the peo
ple, who have carried this war through,
;tate no idea of throwing the State tato the
hands of the Copperheads, or of deserting
the great Union party which can alone be
t rusted to tarn le our national troubles. They
know that the party now asking power at•
tempted to betray the country in ISM, and
to break up the Union for four years there
after. :aid they have no confidence in
The same paper says that the Postmaster
t Hartford is advertised to speak at a Dem-
ecratit meeting in that city
TOE ATTEMPT to make a "tlelllollStral
limi- out of the .Johnson meeting on Tues.
day night is simply ridiculous. The meet
ing had in it none of the elements of
.trength or force. At no time was there a
thousand persons present, and the most of
'hose were attracted by "music by the
band." At any time during the meeting a
fair poll of those present would have
, town large majority against the men
who got up the meeting, and the most of
those who voted for the resolutions were
copperheads- Every unprejudiced looker
on regarded the whole affair as a laughable
burlesque in which none but the few actors
were in earnest.
CHAIRMAN 01^ THE STATE COMMITTEE.
—lion. FRANCIS JORDAN, of Bedford, has
been appointed Chairman of the Republi
can State Committee. This is an excellent
appointment. Col. JORDAN is at present
Military State Agent at Washington, In
which capacity he bus rendered a huge
amount of service to the soldiers of the
State. He is a man'of energy, ability and
integrity, and will nodoubt utonee inaugu
rate an active camp ai
EQUALIZATION OP BOWNTIEIL—MS. Ju
lian, chairman of the Committee of Public
Lands, in the House, has reported against
the Equalization of Bounties by grants of
public lands to the soldiers, upon the
:,:round that it would end in throwing the
public lands thus donated into the hands of
.peculators, and would consequently oper
ate to the detriment of actual settlers. If
bounties are equalized at all, it will be in
Wv. understand that the agent of the As
.4ociated Press in this city was asked to tel
egraph to the press of the country that the
Jonxson meeting on Tuesday night num
bered live thousand I He declined to pros
titute the telegraph in that way, and the
party who asked it to be done sent the de
ceptive dis off, with his owirname to
It, nddreesed to a paper in Washington that
swallows everything in that linethat can be
EDITORS GAZETTE: Allow me spore to
mak. a comparison of leading editorials
in /-,,,./ (lb/sin/Wayjournals:
1. - . 1, loreeman'i .lotrrulPittaberz tbsamsrecal,
I,2farrh G. mh. 21 '
ins eCpLig.4lllo POUIP I u A.l.AXerna nacIAL ern..
nwrio.l.4 OP SOCLIPPr. The marriage , insti-
We amp Cli the/G.14 tutiort lir/growing tw
in the woritlastonthked popular. The aumber
to bear that—in what is deeressin , every
It must he by ,iron y hi cit.
are called "the M ar. No marriages of
classes" of sooletyjommumanoe, in what
I herd has bees a piss la termed"thign , life,'•
du/ions falling off have taken limos this
marriages. The mar season, nor .-anything
vat is, among any claw . thus the usual number
cm of society that do among the mlddiaelas.
not draw sharp lines ses. There is al esson
of non 4 n le revues° In this state of affklrs
with this whole worldlimporiant' for us to
at Indecent:do/and wllta Ilearn.
nil that tqierite themo
that so foolish a thing,
as marriage is ever
dreamed of. .lunOngi
moll people at 1 / 1 not,
sorPtislog that the
nanibez of, Maumee
man, h vely-7.roweves uMfujo. ,
In the countm came,
to town. hat week, Audi
thatlusts itiond ofi
earl she hadiried;
tout a trorset, made/1
1 but was told ft -Mudd
1 not be done under twO
Wee eron/en o=4l
1 In M T.P.O /ba l , Men; she vial fid Wets
engulfed In makin
false colon; for "ladles '.
who wear use Ming
On last itunfiayoralk.
log home from Charo.
through several bath.
lonabto streets, we =WI
tined worn;,, wathingli
with titling glartellotni,
a here they had beenN
PrOlunding teeny their •
prayer); and, on all the i
comers,. and on hotel ,
[rents, we saw mire 0 i
well dressed black ,
and commenting on
what, mesa, woman
a h t a be " lmondamPiA VlM strer,f7rCou c tlg m.
=knit la „that no ptt.
rents or guardians are
to be admitted. We
did not believe the
statement Introit was
first made in some pf
our city Meta. /Mt
true,and that,tilgrali ,
winter, fathWi , Sind
mothers have permit
tasi their daughters
go up to these NUMMI
with young Men. In
Pop and to , clatica, Oa
to come home 111.111
thenitlLl three Op tour
&cloak lathe morning.
Just put It In plain
10 Nitgliy y .lo Ll*
It ti, blot on their char
anons to go Irithyoune.
men, . cumetompanied
by their parentsoo 4
public tavern, tOfflthtle - .
nod eat and drink with • .
them. and to torn! . '
home with amen'
wards dayliglttP ~, , _i_ . r ., '.e
If the Commereialf a met - hot i. of maonfoo.
turing, oditorfolfi - • lio MAY ilttriboteth ' to
'enterprlikimjtqupslbm," abbots webave
of It th e better. . _ copy.
, We bo
I btiPl , of , yo . sod
i t Lantern tho
Imaintry , ,lrttolastireek
platted' New York. otty
hilta 4ot a told ade l iaa
It , eonlit not 'Db. done
Undor.two weeks.; bo•
cause- all Honda In , the
lupe •., ostatflihments
7 vietted• were'" en
ureistAr ' V 'ow.
thi . - Tilt.
tug ablest!! no* oat!'
the 1 111W.AUdt 'btiVe '
been In New York city
for some time. The
;thinh avingg Is brought about '
With a , sha h rand BAN
Curve; et Ilne fOot;triat
will; Mt Modena and
expose =mew leas of
w i uktg i Or nTiong-dres. 1
Ot. ted Only in the .
. ._ ,
a 77.. -A ruie of t e tra
%Von. la, that no pa
admitted. c. . .11nrin the
" fi nter eflera
, mi d i tt Ltot t a: ar , j . -
i le g0..10 sheire *oink,
r With Youngina,k,..n
. end to dance, end - 1,..'”
, coma home with them
, othree,and- tour ev
k oice4-., In the morning.
I rtMVlglihria do nettled
O. MO POteir 011.1.-
t/i lll 4ollo•Witirtgg
1 11 4a1N6 dr unacoom e
1 MadittiOTL l O II,: I
rind eat end halm i
theinf atter to • oome
home with them to- i
wards daylight I - i
iarTEIFVET ON lIIEPURLIAiII
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Al maks. EDITORS :- Dear Sirs: Having been : qu ested... . T,:.!.,... - ,'.,`,',...!""' ' "Irr."""
recommended to make a trip through the South R. W. T:onss ' .' 5-- - - ""'" -
for the benefit of my health, and entertaining ' -
a strong desire to see for myself something of ' D...M.
what IN being had and done touching political
questions tri the Southern States. Igeft Pitts ' DR. WILLIAM J. GILMORE,
burgh on the Mtth of Paha/try for thispi ac,. ,
way of St. Lotus, and arrived bare cm Ili..gii. lOf Upper at Clair Township. J lnli_...^-das tcF_
of Saturday the 10th inst. .
There Is little Of !evident to relate, (pre ...,. CHARLES BARNES,
1011 it BiiIERIFF,
dad you ere not blown nyjin a trip from Pitts
burgh to New Orleans. Though of course you L. cle d Slo th it a. Pa. Tiesy,. Ar ,
do notwillingly . min thd ouportnnlty of new Ilmv.ll:. ' Gun . U. S . subject t th th a l c e t r fo . n sa o d f
lug yon peas the different , points mail; he Ptlion Convention. S.
c ' :uh= e WA ell .
memorable by the war. The Brat point which -- m... rag stiEritrr.
arrests your attention after leaving Cairo, to ! I. -129
Caltaihtltt, NentUcky,and the town of elmont,
which waif fhb plane - of tieneral Grant's first •
battle, the former Mace being the point from
' sehießOur-treopicremthaberked on board trans
ports after the reverses of the day. Next
comes island Ntl. let all the fortifications of
which, and half the Island itself have been
wasliettannty Mime the war. A few years more
anti Mailing Will be left of it, except Its his
tory:: 'Then Conies Tieksburgh.
Traffortificationa at this place remain pretty
much as they were at the close of the war.-
The amount of work which the rebels expend.
ed , Mathja pleeets almost Incredible Natur
ally a very strong - position, they made It a per
earlept that of
feettlibralter, ifam i mpregnable to every assault,
Thettent Itself is a very indifferent tree In
appearance. There le scarcely what would
he called at the North, e gbod dwelling ho use
In the place. •
The spot where Pemberton surrendered to
Grant-the log upon which they sat and dis
cussed the terms.Of surrender, Is the point of
Interest, pat excellence, pointed out Co portli
er!, visitors by the colored drivers who show
you about the place. Natchez is altogether a
better looking town. Lorre, 20=u:odious,
elegant residences abound, surrounded by
One grounds, beautifully ornamented with
trees and shrubbery. To be sure there does not
appear to bo much business doing-the little
_playing by hundreds In the
, streets, 'and the bar keepers seemed to lie the
i only active members of society. For t 1.0 rent
it seemed like Sunday. The town t• • srs an
arietheratle air of repose, as if it we, above
work, above business, above every thing ex
cept to be waited upon by somebody, and LIS if
that - somebody was not at hand to attend to
As it wan late on Saturday night before our
boat reached the wharf at the city, we dill not
i cgri ., :;:n o tt r i l iOre n until Sunday morning. Sunday
nn s I Vhata shock to the feelings
and sensibilltien Of a northern man to enter
the city on Senday. You can hardly realize
that it Is Sunday. it is more like the fourth
of July in Is northern city. To be sure the
principal whets) sale bonzes areeloael, but the
wharf and the streets are fellofbiesmeas. The
drinking saloons are all open. Cigar stores,
grocery stores, dry
stares, shoe stores, all kinds of stores wide
open and turntug an honest penny us they
would any other day. The newspapers too
are all published on Sunday, and when you
look at the Sunday column of amusements
e.hy there are not Sundays enough in the
year to get rolled them all if you were in
clined to visit them. It is the great slay for
theaters-they are all in blast Senatey nights,
and i am told that Sunday is also the great
day for the circus, the managers finding It
profitable to give two or three performances
during the day.
Yesterday (Elonday) was an exciting day.-
The people of • New Oricsas elected a Mayor
and other city officers. Great apprehensions
were entertained of a riot it the polls, but ow.
log to the Judicious management and fore
sight of General Sheridan, everything passed
off quietly. Be issued an order closing all the
drinking houses In Moony, and instructed Its
subordinate ottk•ere to keep their men well in
hand during the day, ready eta momenta no
tice to suppress an outbreralt of the roughs
which was very numb feared.
Tills had the desired effect, and although
the feeling was intense no out break occurred.
There was however no issue involving any
principle between the two opposing candi
dates. They wore both so far us I can learn
fully identified and committed to what is cull
ed southern views, southern ritachilea, and
southern ldeaa. Mr. Moore the a...lied union
candidate, did not differ c u e entla/ly from his
competitor Lire Democratic., an out and mit
southern candidate. Bat the more fact of his
being called the 1111/011 candidate, was suffi
cient to defeat hint. There are a thousand
radical union men in the city-man who ap
prove the action of congress touching recon
struction, who did riot vote at all.. They could
have secured the election of Moore, the PO
called nnion candidate if they had chosen.-
But the tight beteg entirely a family idllsir be
tween the ex-rebels, thev lett them to decide
between the two candidates for themselves.
The people of the city seem determined to pot
things book es nearly as possible mto the
mine position they were Wore the surrender
of New Orleans. Th., Mr. Monroe, the success
ful candidate for Mayor yesterday, Is the iden
tical gentleman who, In the capacity of Mayor,
surrendered the city to General Butler In Int&
The rebels now put him back in his old post.
Us nas if nothing had happened. Speaking of
General Butler, I observe that he has left his
impress upon the env In more ways than one.
It appears that prior to the rebellion the city
authorities carried an equestrian statue of
General Jackson, similar to the one which or
naments-the capitol ground. at Washington.
to be erected on one of the public MILIATC, of
the city, also a splendid bronse ertatrio of flou
ry Clay to be set up in the moat faahlonn hie
part of the city.
The ordinance authorizing the pure.• -t. •
these statues, Ulm directed that suit,- .
scripttons, taken (mai the writhigs ... .
as of these statesmen should be
General Butler observed that thin part of to
anthe or linen. had never Dem
compiled witn, d Imunrdhttely directed the ,
the following inscriptive should he placed
thereon. On the Jackson statue bemused the , Jo
words," The Union 154451 and snail us press-reed,•• ! B. GOUGHEI
to be inscribed in large letters, sod on the hese
of the statue of Henry Clay he inscribed the
following extract from one of his greatest
sPeeches. "If :Could be instrumental in erect...r
ung this deepest Wain, slavery, from the chu rac
ler of our country / toonfd not exchange zlieproud
wairjacHon which /should entoy,for the honor or
On the trfumpt . t. ever accrrsd to Me most *oceans-
Jul conqueror. it was these palpable hits that
made the rebate hate him so genuinely and ui
My letter is already too long to admit of my
going Into the subject of Southern politics
Tojndge from the tone of a majority of the
Southern press,Southern speakers sad South
ern converaltin the state of allklrs are soy
thing batancooraging. it a Wilk Meeting
held in Vlckstrargh the other evening the
speakers one yid all grew very happy over
the action of the President M vetoing the
Preeduem's Bureau tall. They all foreshadow
and hint at a certain programme which is to
restore them and the Northern democracy to
pOwer at one and the same time. One speaker
“The masses of the Northern people w„.
r attlif or the . l.lkitgronV ho no m tg -
at 2 e .
Charleaten and Baltimore Conventions still
Bret they peel:amuse. the great mast' of the
Southern people as their friends. Cohld -the
members offal(' old Demeeratieparty but hear
the speeches made here tonight, they would
of von heart anti hand, and before the next
Pruldentlal election, there would he a i pen..
matte party sufficiently strong, to eon. 1 ..otely
overthrow the Radical party.
Another speaker I.:iterated the 11G.,10 WWI
In the following worts .
"There la an element to the North who can
VMPLabli.o . wttla an oppressed people cad if
Ma-Maple of the South pass imitable reseslu.
l len" : nt r 2(1 6 1 4 :1117m l u gr i t ty 1 rf iii! 'ttt."'
the next rresuientlal election," p a r ty
There is still another order of Southern sen
timent which expresses Itself In a different
Manner, and In certain localities Is all power
-felt° carry out its threats and purposes when
ever entilndered by the military authorities.
The following Is a specimen of their Melbas!
of procedure as taken from the columns of a
LETTER FROM MR. E. H. IRISH.
1 1 1•11 , 11/iLL COUNTY, Miss.,
DR, Waymire, Let:range, Tenn. Str. , --You
are hereby "ordered" to leave Latironge and
vicinity by the Peth inst. Tote order includes
Baird, Allender, Elliott, Banks (meaning
Baum), Rawlings, and all other negro.worship
, pars in Or about LaGrange. Our motto is
peaceable If possible, forcible If neeeslatT.
We are determined to et abut of all club
character* among rut We are determined I Ik,
you an had - bettor leave. You all have fought
es fur:lour years, and now think to make your
fortunes by selling arms and &munition to our
former atom, to murder ourselves, women
and Ohildreli. But you will be rolled in your
For the present let It angled that we are ba
r, r t a h ix. We have given you till fair 'warning
This is the sort of rule which would be m
pesed in 'numerous localities at the South
' peso the'Prealdent , s policy bmvall arid the
Staten beadmitted at once. lt against such
•tt State °regain that the majority-fa Congress
are nobly canteridlog, Slay the people Sus.
'here ere Several Plilsburghors sojourning
a w a rm
Among othoti areatr. G. T.
itatTrzteltri&d, tig,- v h
sailcitfor day, before yesierdir.
'General lib is also, bore, having teem y
'Made It kb( bbino. lie oppearo to be doing a •
largo and thriving business, Is very popular,
andislooketrispon by the Union man of the
citrus onotaT their . best and' safest leaden.
All Pli.tiburghent who Tint the elty are under
'obligations 10111m:for seta of kindness. Per.
mit me to add, feet the benefit Of the friends of
Hours. lifoCormlek 'and istughbh, that they
are both in excellent health,
and appear to be
enjoying themielvto thoroughly.
/ lame to,viint other Important points in the
South and will write you frequently.
Very respeoillitty and trulyycrur
Drum or Dit; li r anirgt.t...--Dr. WU
littnt Wham;ll, rho' mathe•
nnitlalau and plillonopher,. died in England
on, the flth inst,-itt• the age of seventy-two
years. He was the soda tijoiner in Lan
calter,,Englend, wits educated at the Cid
' royalty of Cambridge, and in ins was
chosen Professor of Mineralogy In that in
stituthni. In 1834 he was . transferred to the
chair of Mond Theology, .in 1841 Ng:nixte
Master etTrinity College, and in 1885 VlCO
chat/COOP.. Deriding himself to the study
,of .physleal science Dr. Whewell 'became'
distinguished for hiserigintil thought,rOwn
ful MUMMA and valuable contributions to
the store of knowledge. 1114 leading iXorkg
are a "Illatory of the reductive •
end. the "rhilooophy, of the Induct' v?.
D.-OFF BY ICE.--4 BUM
I OIL BOATS yore Wailed off by tt n ,
Craft moe three *melts sine*. belon ""
AVNEY. .CO , be ronmn., ths.
, ...... . .. ........ ........ . b
Ease .NO. .. . ..... .
ra "* l ° t *—""
arn .wa ri n kt r e % reftigraZrZerpta
FOR CLERK OF COIURTS.
CEN. S. B. M. YOUNG,
Lur ~ :olotiel Fourth Pennsylvania Oaoa lri
I WANTED. --$1,1500 PER YEAR!
COL. JAMES M I I(. SNODGRASS i
' ~ EVpho-vvit-Martt(S)UlMwhSn'loNli".lUf
Of AlcKei snort, Galan! tbe 9th P. Resets es.) Wll. 1 CHINES, three
n e wki Y ds, kinds, under and upper feed
beta candidate for Sherif, ambient to the decitilon warranted live years. Aimee salary orlarrecommis
of o . taming County COneention. mhable l Mon poll. The ONLY Machine told In United Sinter
Q - FOB SMIERIFF. ror lees than VG which are /ally lice.ed by Bow,
IVA , . fer di Wfinm s Grower A Bran., Singer eh ro ,
and Ractietner. AU other t ...ill lai im me is-
JOSEPH ROSS, rulabitur.s9a. liclrealare free. ALOITPOO or call op
-00 SHAiiir it CLARK. Ilidilefonl e Maine
Of the First Word, Plitsburgi, will be a canal. ilMbileodn&wle
date fur Sheriff subject to the mition of the If MOO I Vir ANTED—A.G.IbITS—New Book
Republican County lanven_tion
___Fin±tiLt_e_ T I -NOW READY. - GET Trig FiEsT-FROII
e..4F - IL'ONGRESS — :—The friendn of ( : rA l l^!; l 7,l l }k.uri:l', fr - ..< 27f:Trn't..l
Historian J. T. HEADLLY, author or •N‘ ~ ).10.
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY ton and hie Generals.' • 'Sacred Alonn tali.. a
I COIIPLETE Di ONE VOL liki E. OVER GOO
WM present his [MOW 10 the Convention of Um ,
,1 . . , !.., with AO F . ITEET, PORTILAJTS J tiAT PLE
History of I
Union party, for nomination ass , sstalrlate for Coo- . ' .."‘"" a n d ~ A} '• IC" Gift 0 r ontPlete
grant and Sherman•s Lain tang., and a full 4F*
In the 2ril Distrect. Uinta Gird
l phy or one most prominent Geo-1,6 Of LIO lftiloil
r4-erfONGLIESS. I Army . Tina work Is pnblieheil in both English and
I Le•(man. and for cheapness and accuracy, l• super
ocarlroist Tr Vit ' elia " t r , 7\ '.' L. frt. l lPO r 'l47lo p ir i lli i i " r r t *,
M. JAS. 5. r .tree, Plitfibur, s. P. '01(3 lid 3'
IS A ( A F. lilli A f F IN Till , 240 DISTRI( T
GENERAL JAS. S. NEOLEY
• Orrteff Or 'hi' Bosun nr 1114.ntTli. j
March Nth. teas, j
l o ti c the Board
will be In attendance, on ..SDA VOF r ACH
W at 2 o'elock. P. to.. until the FIRST OF
J 1 ,1.1. fo he purpose of Vaccinating Ilie poor of
inn ity. II ) order of the Doan!.
CITY Poi.lerrish.6 OFFICE,
rirrahrheati, March COI, INS.
NoTicE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all persons Interesthl, that the d report Ate
gyr'slirerclirorpre°l:;Vratle,Porl'lg n"sTretr:lfi; led
scastuent and plot thereof, h. been Tills ear died
lu ° Ny e . If the 0100.115104.11L/1 ere not paid within
thirty days from this date, liens white tied there
! for agionst the properties nssessed, with is
I costs and free, according to lan
J. F. CLAOLF., City :solicitor,
ntim.wd Nos. 106 Firth street.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRATS.
HACKS, Soften is hereby given to ail
owners of I..intyll, Carts, earring., llugglea, '
whether resident or non-resident I n n by
Pi5507.1115h, to pay their Licenses at the Treasurer's
°Rice of the City of Pittsburgh, FORTHWITH, In
the City , or Pittsburgh. pas.a April 16, MM. nod ail
ro of the Coanells of
persons who neglect or refute to take out Licenses
010)55el so a penalty. to he recovered before
the Mayor; double the amount. of the License.
The oltftnetal pincher proviso. years must be re
turned at the time Lleruscs are taken out, or pay
Earl, One Home Veh
icle Or LiegNat: Each Two Horse Vehicle • 7 50 17 In
Each Four Horse
Rae., Tyro Horse Hack 03
Omnibuses and Thnin r Wheels drawn hy we:
hones. $lO CO each. For coeh additional horse used
In any of the above vehicle., in.
W. EICHBAUId, City Trmuurer.
rer.106014. February Sth I.lll,—feit.tnavid
IbIiNK.AIRD CREEK PETIIOLEEM
COMPANY. —A Meeting of the Stockholders or
this Company In he held at TEIU • LAR'd HALL,
DADollar Savings Sank, Fourth street, on MOO—
Y, March Wth. at te'e net, P to antend
Mr By-Laws orthe Col:bratty. A fall attendance la
motivated. By order of the Board. • mhttn
Urrics PITTanUmIll AMP BOoTtla
PiTionpluin,fMatch MOB. I
A N:11111A L MEETINGAn adjourn
k• ed Meeting of - the Stockholders of the Pitts.
burgh sod Boston Mining Cot:tinny win he held at
the °Mee or the Company, On MONDAY, the :Mb
tn.t., at 11 o'clock, A. It.
sohboAttl THOS. H. BOWE, Sec'T.
prrrsetinun, Fr: WAYNE AND
CUT - CA(I4 , RAILWAY COMPANY.
OrrICI Or TIM SycIIETAIIT,
PITIIIIIrIrIIII, Pa— February Mb, DM.
The Annual Meeting of the Mock and Bondhold
er & road. Company, for the Election or Di reetort
'Pand affh .t otilir o lgif e itre may come before . I c t, i, wl o ll ,
l . t i ts ' borgh, on the
, T gt l fi VlTgitSt
OP )(ARCH, A. D. lea, al 10 o'clock, a. M. The
Mort and Bond lcanyfer Boots of the Company, la
their Mere In the City or Pittsburgh, and at the
Transfer Agency, In the City of New Tort, will be
Milled on the OM day of Atarcht at 2 o'cloek. P. 0.,
sad remain cloaed Th ) day of March thereafter.
fe . M.l4 F. M. lIUTOIHESON , herretory.
X. 33 C) .T. 1:3 MIL MI E 3
WILL LECTURE IN
CITY ItraULAL I ,
THURSDAY, MARCH 224,
Sub Ject — "TEMPERANCE.. , )
FRIDAY, MARCH 2Sd,
s u bl ect —"HABIT,"
open al 7 o'clock. Lecture commences •l
7n, o'clock. Munk. tickets, Sap, Secured Seat,
xtra. Scats may Sc reared at City Mall, on O.
day of rack Leclunt
.I n t o o fognalut i kaock. i. n : u.
L. L. CALDW &LL L
rola; It. C. •LBREE,
J 4'l 9Tl'lli AI • XMIGItt 11
f IL le NAUGlrtra.
•lIT/SOR R 08...".
MCINTYRE, IIIeNaIIGINER & CO.,
STONE AND BRICK PAVERS,
Will attend promptly to
Furnishingand Laying Slone and
Brick Pa veinentx,
And Repairing the awn, Corti 010... V 11.11101.../
and Set. Also, 0 ratting and Grit. Digging ttoor or
Perth.. dealt log anything to our Ilse will have
their oretr. •ttended to by add...plug u. through
the Allegheny Post (Mee, or by calling at No. idtlo
Shtpinaky street, Allegheny.
flt: atex':d Iligi Tat -11. '/1V1V12 . 4..it C".
VOIMILD—On the North Common,
It DMUS& partly Melo. The owner rail
bora It by calling at THOMAA RAY 'N. No. =Juror..
.trees, Allegheut City, and milts for this ut ter
I.l'OU ND—Small amount of Money
Pia•ln i Mill, corner of. Martruir stmt.% sna iis
quthetrAlsy, and paging tor this advertises-Amt.
'C I irHML - 1 1
SPRING HEAT 'FOR SEED.
Important to Farmers.
TA eIRIN6~WIfI : AT~ zzar,ll%
snd suitable tor BR6II. As thr season for wiring
Sunni, Wheat has nearly arrived, persons desirous
i nk t ilir m isould do well to apply soon,
Id • CREF.Ity A Co.
I MU OULAMATION.---City or Mlle
Clty '' efllle h haeny, at their meeting oaths tool..
;211117.1.cti0t.'14 IXtilgolTOga! efiertkl
tf Crimea lloutimlLtmowlide Place made V.A. t
TalvegltiVeltoZhaartfailif the City of All( -
gbartit4bl"th " J3OriehA Mayor.
~TiT.T j ERY
Our New Spring 1 1 1111thery,
Val 4' 1 " 'Obludiertlitrak_r Pettifl&A"T;
Also tlie latest styles of BAblille.s,
1 . 11,11A11, at
mb2l-tml Mt F•deral at., Alleshezry
P ri rr mu t m i r ma lli a.. 6 l 7 l9,usEs...
otatanee 10 4 1na. Zw4oku •
niritnfierldZat 22111 lelAtltlstn, flu/ba t h pa. I
dollen attention to their extensive stock of huh ana
eirosistont • amain enlantaa
AxeI. ECTION Egli PIIESIDrataT
ma A eauroroasnrett,l-281 . ER
. EL& Eta th? Mal flay, 01: 642, a
hours of 1 ana 4 o clock.
c0n4041 1:410%-14. opouq,
.riONBINN~IENT6 OF,FFIVIT AND
30p nounitessl n s Oranne S , ptiene r
• Lemons, ne,
t n °Wan Ca r .-
. - so - do . rrom s uom:
REMIOVAU— , 18 bbb'er` 2 °lcho' . .;:,t
aftiteirgl i ZrTrldpirt a .:44l4A .4° • 414 1 1 114 4 11,
AVIV abovian.ubs—iit itrosrorsi insts " 4 4'
sena iatirty street.
- .~,..N.~:N_~T`i ~~'.'.':r r~'r~h - : j4yc~..a'. L~X ~.ir_~Ci - `u - '4dI~Ii~.~~M I NXi~7iL~In~ 3 L~~Y~~. a'~?~~.`'i~'s~k,W.a`~
W.ANTS. DRY C h I DS, TRIMM INGS, , DRY GOODS, TRIMMING& W.S,LI _FAF'ERS. SLC.
____ , -- -
WMFE i It-A GOoiii CifinlES, on BULLET/. or PRICE S I NEW' GOODS ---
U.t.llP4' . - I good Carpets
' Tstut—Constant work gootl wages. Ap.
ply 0111.11'ER & Hot/ Ft r. r . [grit,. street. Ippryr . s.
WANTED — LIENEDIATELt Al
T the PetrolLs Marla's...
E rWoks. 32 Ohio HAS.seet
ON HANIt, itg t•
ne but good workmen need apply .
IL H. LErwv.
WANT ED — AGENTS--Male and
PRAIA IX to sell LIOLLANtrti tTlinOthe Til
e.") "YE )Y LiNt;ol.n. "PF.TROLEInd V.
I , A SDI' Pitrltith'_ta book of true wtt nod humor,,
SARTAIN'. N lIWWTEPL, ErNi. GRAVING, .•Htilitt
thl AIT ISEItSt thi VI L L f stricture t hat e hoo id
y street, Pittsburgh, rg. mittnalt3taw
WAN'rEll-Alood Agents to dell
a SHEILIIAN AND HIS CAMPAIGN GRANT
AND WS lIAMPAItiNS, Oho latter Just ow
CLIILLPS PRATER, FIRST LESSON, (match pk -
tun/bland THE AltbAtICA N INVENTORS. Tbrse
are ail oew Rooks and Engraringa, and agents eau
do better with them than wish any other offered to
the_puble. For full parlieulars,•pply to or add rear
AS HER ELLIS. 67 Fourth iitreei, Flit-Moran, Pa.
FOR BA ER,
......._..._ _ .
Van SALE--FLOUR .. AND PRO
. 011 0 F RUSIN Ebb, of over ten year. standing.
Inn gown Motion l n sole rity. A P. op:mm.110
sffrd peron wishing to engage 11l th•
Protium,. linSitscno. All rotom do Ira Ho. • rirr
confidential. Address I'. 0, ;MO. Pittsburgh.
rNi RS AEE.—The Residence of
A. the Inte PH. RAYPII, rorner tlatolunky . treed
and North l'oni mon, Allegheny Ciy. If not ...old
before the:'.th inst.. It Irl,l be for root. Inquire or.
the promise., or at J. H. A Ni'. P. 110 It LA Nil',
So. UN Market street, .112.001
. . .... , _ . ..
14'0U SALE-10WA LAND—S2,OOO
A - ABOUT Font truNDRICI, AND THIUTY
AfTES OF LAND, 11l isolva near Webster City,
Hamilton 'county, Oren, I. the Ilne of the Fertile
Itallsond, i I, ofierml for +ale for TWO 1 ITOUSA, NI,
1 , 014,118, Cobb. Addrew • •OW NEIL' . liana,. I:
LOR SALE—Three good seconl
. hand BOILERS, 40 niches diameter, in feet long,
two IS inch noes In each; made of 5-loth ellt.borgla
Stamped Iron, Price it5Hl each. Enquire of 11. M.
BOLE & CO., at the Industrial Works, corner id
Point alley and Duquense Way, POtatiorgh, I - a.
ft.l . -'.4w.11t ~
FOR SALE--CItUIIE OIL-3 Crude '
OIL TANEN In
_good order, locased lit n AT- '
FIELD, adjoining Lawrenceville, are offer. for
sale elle.. 'their rapartty In bout 1200 burr 1..
each. wood landing, a. rrreyfacility off wed for ,
Into took. from the ere, Inquire of !
rt?riTac'Y' l . ' KM NI KILTZ. No. 1.11.1 First utrtet.
ts`oll SALE—A Brick Dwelling, lT-A:CS.
l with nine TOM. and hall; Lot IM fret by 124. I
peasantly altnated on Wylie street, This pro:wet)
will he noid (In order to .sins . estate) at a les!. ! Our Sloth is now very full,
price than. the pi - carat ("Delo/ m Nlmllar host., i
t rfro3 of pal/wont eery, Polises.olcssylrpu Ist Aprll. ! and contains some of tht ,
Apply al So. 1.53 Liberty street. W. BOOTHE. !
most desirable and cheaper:
._ • -
Von SALE--A Valuable Country ;
Residence at Ed Doll Station, Pennsylvania 1 goods on hands ever sold.
Railroad. Irtie altd • Talf Land;rom Wilkins burg:
Eleven acres Lign pyrite, of a fine new Dwell-
lug etristalallig ten rooms and eellar underneath.
/fruit Ye) other cpnvenlentes ou the prendses. Yon
(Inbar Information. eau at No. Ibi Fifth street.
I'Plehoreh, or on the palnes.
J. 8. Itrso. HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS,
- AT A LiAltliAlN- A Brick !louse! and Half 111/ e.
aere of tireiond, In the to w„ of Sharptho Mr. The Our stock is now complete, mak
w'''''''' l '" u ""V" . '"" 1 ".° r.." °°^` the log the greatest variety ever
land, which beluga It within • few mo sses
me city. Terms moderate_ ror lotormation, ap• exhibited in this city. The
sir in 1 . . D. HALL, 10 West 39th street. New
lon city. or![. R. YIZANCIa, Controller's timer. PARTICULAR attention of
PLR SALES—OIL WELL IN - TER- I Housekeepers is invited to
S. - Sixteenth or Eighth Interest. to one or this DEPARTMENT.
two wells boring on one of the Nat Fenn. on Wes!
Hickory. The wells are now 'loa over All feet.
with gent show of 011. Interests will be sold at WI
umasnally low price. Partleulars given b) I. I'.
I IMPS. Duqrsesne War tat door below II sod at.,
01 , Hal... or by li. 0 111nE PI a ifTO3, I 111 I'lly.
FT:I_,2!.E-1.7.A. Valuable i t o Fz n f i f J , !:
.1.0 seres oflaulk s rlt r b - utrendt ‘ Tizlidthi.. good ,fill,
I I 1. II
well watered with tomer.. never -falling Spring,
Al , ben.ltkr, mores 211.1 CIIItrprISIIIK E.T.13. II -
wry . y one destrOPS of obtaining one of tue b*,l
In arms to Korn eta Obi, will do well tn. attend to It
without tielay, as a hargatu will be offered and poy. ,
scansion given at any time. For !briber partleutar,
enquire of MERRICK a 1/000, Allegheny. or th.
Maw rt bee, optic prenti... It. ft. VHF IN. 1 0,),:2 ; yr
OM. SALE— valuable Farm of 88r
- 113 ACME.. In eon township, Weeltrnorcland
Pa. It. iv.. ma mn.rtia meour c.c.s,
n , T - tr=t,"; ll *Z - Z/V;V,Vati7.d-tar.,7l:7t-
n,rst, on. a j•KI.I bo
on, a sood well of water., 111, lot it, Ito •‘ t. L, it,. of oo• rt. t)! Ow. I•tas: • toct ..f
d ..sr; frosts.. stable gotsrs7s. casrn Crib owl •Itev.i.
150 u... The w hole farm well watered. farm:
prmipects for mill an tulle from the farm: also a! -
Ihterayst - Ille, about three mite. away. Fo ruminer
particular, enquire at the office of WM 11. HAYS.
321. Liberty streei up stain. snhOntlest
_ --• .
„FOR RENT—A Country neat, co_ n WHICH THEY OFFER AT LOW PRICE,.
ming IS screw of 111th /3011: large two-stury Beteg . etltr
Dnchin. Darn, !noble, Clrthard. Upring tun Sprios •
House. situated: Mlles from the beltlige.•opposlt e J.
fi130.10 Fruit Gardens. Apply to
BOOTS AND SHOES.
H. HeI.AIN & Cu. - . —_________
... . _
VON; IBEITT—The Lot on the cot- J AL ROBINSON h. CO.,
..... nee of Butler thud Aliegheuy streets, Nlotb .
Ward, together with the Id 9 Brick Depot Bli nolo,
thereon. The lot has 144 feet front by En fret deeit DEALERS IN
' it ' „y 'Ll'oal'rei. I m artiNWrflo7.°U.ol:il,7l;. r "M;
street, second door.
pill 11 ElNT—Onice - In - WilkiiiK i BOOTS 41 SHOES
Hall. JOHN D. DAILEY,
Stock and Heal Estate Bker,
Wilkins Hall. ,
. . __. .
BOOKS. STATIONKRY, &o
OUR YOUNG FOLKS
Thls popular Youthe Hata:lns, for April, sr/titan., Most Delicate Infant Hipper.
TILE FOUR SEASONS, ll—Lucretia F. Hale;
KITTY —. Marian Houma,
LITTLE Ts/INKS—GaII Hamilton;
A tU3L1.2.1! IN LESLIE GOLDTH WAITE' No. mia....rqxot peltrecM
LIVE—Anil/sr • •Faltn Oariner• Glrlhoodi''
PATtY EtEn — Luay Lareorn;
THE lIInTOKY OF TIE - TOY — Harriet beech,
I.l*l.HA'n LAHR -Harriet F. Wood:
DILLY Erii.L I — Mary N, Prearoll:
WORK AND PLAI—F. Warren Newcomb, Jr..
FARAllroli Iron BOYS — Xl — Author “Ten Acre.,
1104IIT1QIIE EVF.KING LAIR;
OUR LETEII BOX
Prornaely Illnat_rutell, H. .1.1.1.,N. Hyde, S. Eyl Inge
in, 20 sent, per copy.
JOHN P. HUNT & CO:,
49 Fifth Bt..lllasouic WAIL
AMERICAN INK Esae ,
Ily Ilk° AUNULIPIS FLUID, ALA &bola ow,
third bliss a trial. It Is endunrit by
Wale tor weans accountants In tau Caput. y.
J. 1., ItCASS. i`narth strum
LUBRICATING - OIL-50
tural OIL I mhl3 HENRY It. COLLINS.
tar sale by ( n 10) lENII 11.
PEANUTS.--4 40 sacks in store
•.• and for rale by - MAYA!! MINKET .I. CO.
5..1, reeelstl or.. • HRIEN B. COLLINS.
1 AND PLASTE R-ilO pHs.
_sl mite LIENIVIL N. COLLI NS.
WyiirrE-t-ißsie,--tioo Wills. fresh
tvalte Limo for stole by 4. LI. CANFIELD.
L,A . FINE LOT OF ADAM A N TI NE . -, , ,, Notais rrnelyed and In store at
mho MI/. It. SCUTTni. nO Llbertyst.. .
In bus. Pe
0 nnai rL and for kale by
SWEET SADERJ-10. tibit. Street
hO rla/sing Clder for sole bt .
..... VOIGT & CO.
...._ .. _ ..... . _-___
111GILIW1NES--28 barrels, Won
.1-1. bound. now ha stOre ally for male by
mbli L. IL VOIGit `II.
C°l7ON-10 bales nowlandin
nom steamer Nora tor sal by g
mtm. - ISAIAH DIOILEY& Co.
.nLD coprEIN AND SIEJESIWAX. —
..._., 0 boxes Copper:
I cask anti I box . flecosaa;
Now lauding. from steamer Nora for sale by
soh= IliA IA II DICEXT & elk
SUNDRIES -41 bales Curled Filar
4 tin ' MOSS:
I I,4 gi 0 =74
Noir lauding Dom steamer Yon for oak, by
mblil ISAIAH DICKEYd CO.
lk We: Blame Crkubeerles:
50 boxes Palerm Messina o
X, • Lemons; - •
lb tuqXels iurn!pe;
Aso 4 Seed Jerseyßuckeye Potatoes;
BO bushels Onions;
1 car load Potatoes. •
lu Bore and for sale by
W. C. &LEM.
• mhz.ur US Third duet.
FOR THREE DAYS.
AT 1z i_ge.,
80011 PRINTS, Fast Colors;
Bleached Shining "Inslins.
Sri' IS 3-4 c!.,
All the best makes of Prints,
Good Undressed Shirting
Muslin, DeLanes, the newest
styles; a great variety of
Dress Goods; this being one
half former prices,
Extra width and quality of
Shining and Sheeting Illus.
tins. In immense quantity
and tariely of Dress Goods.
the same as hale been sell
ing at 50 and 02 1-2 r.
.A 'l' 311--Ic..
One and a half yard wide
Heavy Shirting Muslin. A
great variety of Dress and
other Dry Goods, the price
being a reduction of one-halt
59 Market Street.
1117'E, ORR dr. CO.,
BLACK ALD COLORED
111 .UIS Poi P. 44 1,1-1:
OF EVERY VARIETY,
From the Heavieert Hob Nail Brogan
t door to Barter. 'Dry (toot'. htore.
GRAND CLOSE VG OUT SALE
AT 92 FEDERAL STREET,
SlO,OOO WORTH OF TOOTS, SHOES
POlit4ll Boots and Gun's,
To he sold Imtuedlo eI r. wlhoo( regard to COST. I
make room for Spring tiocate. You are cordial
ly invited to call and lee the Goods.
W. K. McCLIAITOCK,
soh= V.: Federal if trret.. AlleghenyClty.
I CARPET'S, OILCLOTHS, Br.c.
No. 78 Fourth Street,
THE LATEST PATTERNS OF
Velvet, Brusbels and Ingrain
G.111.1 = 1.1:3UT13.
Embroidered and Fine Printed
hula, Patton Mailings, &c.,
hr Vd a a rrv / v ora.,nmdtfliaTLgr
,::at terottstn p . m itE z4I D
W. D. & H. MeCALLIIM.
Lace and Damask Curtains.
0.17.7°;,T,T.; v , '=,! ir'satt & P ea g;
g MOS( Oriell
Z i o °• ”'PAlZ: , !' 4, 7:" l47l ‘n adet h cr i l. "* .
ov: 49 ;2 ° ,"• , :e b 4';',!bgn: a. t d o4,l°.b?,°Us;
aNSTILES /A THE MARKET A T A REDU CTION
BL3PARLAND & COLLINS,
71 and 73 Fifth St„ 2d door,
tlOUthillrio U. 14. etilieln Hinge att4Post-Clase.
New EmPress 1100 P Skins,
• Woolen :Boods,•
S.T.ATE AGIttCULTURAL SOME- urauezti xquinei, AT .
p ,, - , rif.—Xt a meeting of die Pennsylvania Mato Li' GEZATLIr
r,idultural BodeiY. beid al Harrisburg on [bench ,
, uspßai7, lag. it was resolved to bOld an Annual No. 81 - Market Stivet.
AgVITALWWWZAITZW I F -ws
rillA tr laVelT7BV,V=lntir Adiflit ft CiAltlapMteCANDl*o 66 C 0.,.
the different pulnu which thairLpropredborni 'TM
dul l ..natl. Bald Committee lab motiers.-Aatos Z. u.Ass Wawa, Cuts *too ' -
J - . ilthumb"l"'l ri Wm. ' ills = l 21 3 2= wb /teem inivirraqx mu Doirserria.
altWiii.rarit2. l 2, finrifflaws kt oar.' 11.-- Divi ' M
vazo• aiwooastre*t,thirdl°4 4,
rillbum*A4 .TN LONciworil, :deer lag, Aorrietonn, lklasnOtulAn-IIT rllLalniVall ,- - ,,, .. -z' -' , ,- - ,.. ... L ._.. . ,
e. an t 4 th e underslyned, aniarrth - tundini— 1 ....,.......,
tirbd. tbultadileeSsenwtirbel ; _ liAbligue, ' (....it vs/ bales. and - d2.....5.
=3"4.l4neitur's co a to wihb pattS ß a D .Z i a& l "Li
n v ln n '.1 ....,
i r o uthang
,71 1 - ;-.-u-gy•to.--akuun". i"Ddhearrny-&11-ro ' '
W%;;:% , ;71. - - -, Wa, , ,zs3a-,At'.,Ssy:,,'-t . a';:o2o;,r,..t.l,7. , s,y.,ir.,,sce6sr._v..w,:eSznit7r.i..:Fa:tyi ,i, , ,
'il . .
.. • .
In r h i t i tt!f attenti on of DE. .ERS, SIEROILA NTS
and ER.S. to I: ir assortment of
' , OG ,- mciteV332 ca - odors.
FELI NLS. EDGINGS, BRAIDS,
PARIS SK LUTING,
a G LOVES,
R. I NTAZTAINPIThinniffi4 I " S .
' EVIINISRLVG GOODS.
TAPER COLLARS all kinds,
CORSETS HAIR COILS,
AND A ‘MwEitA.l. VAIOETY OF
..INT CI F ri 0 NES.
NV lII7H ARE OFTREED AT POPULAR PRICES.
• New Goods Received Daily.
.e 00. and
Nos. 77 and 79 dlarket Street.
NV r are dully n - riving N EST and dealratle GOODS
Dig from Um EASTERN CITIES whlcb pre
boo prepared to
to our WIIOLESALE mad RE
TAIL customem at SATISFACTORY PRICES.
EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS,
FINE LACE COLLARS;
HEM-STITCHED NO.LIOE HDKFiL
.11.11A111 I•hE"S AND LULLS:
NEW STELE IluN NET AND NECK RIBBONS.:
BLACK SPuTTEU SILK NE_
NEW STYLE BLACK SILK VEILS;
NEW STYLE CORSETS In fancy - colors;
FANCY HAIR COMBS • & PORTE MONNAIES.
MACIIC 11, GLYDE .& CO.,
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street.
MACRUM & ;CARLISLE.
19 Fifth Street,
Are receiving NEW AND DESIRABLE 0001)
by ErPress daily fem. New York.
NEW STYLES OF HAIR NET. '
SL HA A 2II4-I MSILVEEK"'
OTTED LAOS VEIL:I.;
LADIES' ENAMELED FACER. COLLARS:.
LADLES. ENAMELED PAPER CUFFS;
FANCY COMBS—NEW STYLE;
ALEXANDRE'S KID OLOYES_I
GENT'S SHIRTS, COLLARS Tom,
Duplex Elliptic Skirts_
To Dealers at Manuracturereq.rica List
ALL RINDS OF PAPER COLLARS
Al Manufacturers , Price.,
ALL WINTER GOODS
ALT REDUCED PIIIOIO.
Merchantsand Dealers supplied
at lowest prices.
Nos. 7S and SO Market Street.
MAMA GLYPE &
W. W. MOORITRAvs.
JUST OPENED AT
ISO and IS2 ral Street,-
At FAsT COLOUND PRINT'S.
At nc. ovr.. , 11., brat style. of SPRI7 DE
LA iN I.s.
At . tvo bal., UNBLEACHED MUSLIN'.
A t 2N0., one ease 4-4 tine BLEACHED Nreeci NS.
IRISH LINEN, SHIRT' FRONTS,
j (JASsISIERES, KENTUCKY .1 - EANS.
ILIA rEftS, HOOP SKIRTS.
Is , NNETs. HATS.
RIBBON'S, FLOWERS. tic..
A FULL sTucii. AT LoW PRICES
Tn Arbn.h the atteutlon of Wholeast.. and Beta
' , eater, Is respectfulty lnytted, at
ISO and I Si 2 Federal Street,
ntl/2:211_ Abory lb« Illanland, All«Kh«uf City
A T EATON'S
Just itrri►•ed by Express
Aln ES' A\U 11181 , ES. BID ()LOVES in a
FICFNI•11 TWIST HAIR ['MI,:
HALF; I 1,1 NET,
• ENV STYLE NACqUE oRNAMETs:
NEW STYLE FANI'Y DRESS BUTTONS;
111.Arli sPOTTED NET, FOR VEILS:
LAI`E COLLARS IA UREAT VARIETY;
ISRADLEI"S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SHIRTS, I
htylvs uu.l Size..
N. 11. —A VULL LINE UE
Gent's Furnishing Goods
OSSTANTLY ON HAND
17 Fifth Street
A NEW STOCK
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
SELECTED Y 12031 THE
etigt Ncrvel ties
To b, found In the New York market, at
BATES & BELL'S,
I. FIFTH STREET
EW SPRING STOCK
IN ENV . GOOD
Wholesale and Retail
JOSEPH 110;i:SE Sc CO.
The ArrivalN To-Day are:
19 Fifth Street.
HOLISM AND RIME DIM 11
PALF I F-JEt
TRANSPARENT WINDOW OWES,
XES MAXI C:J CI 17 MO R 9
Warehoutie, 91 Wood Street,
sc,ood door beloie Diamond Alley,
-re w Designs.
1 . 1.A1N AN ruL BRIGHT COI
(st.b.AT VAIIII:TT. AT
107 Market Street, near Filth
G.lO MS. It. lit7lllMll eH
PAPER lIANGLNGS FOR 1966.
..interican Wall Papers
For the Orel limo In nen years
a - 1111^ ENGLISH r4PERS.
A ehotre select/on of the
Nearest Preach Papers
WALTER P. AtARSRALL,
SI Wood Strew
10 11 , ( te,'I Etp :e v. 34,11
WHEELER & lIVILSONN
New Improved Family
Makes a Stitch Alike on
Is so etimple that It CHILD can learn to nN thorn
(welchp referring to the printed litatrmitiona,
are seat with nyzitY atectilni.
done nn these Stsehtnes—done to MengMON;
They are the Best in the World,
We ask an examination of our Machines before
you make your purchase.
Wllt. SIMINEU & CO,
WM7t . a — WWlf M4Viow:S:tol:tr):l.
• ,-• •
Hare been awarded the DIEM P1(10111Wea th
following Far. for the pear • -
First Premium for best Machine work at reuna
Flnt premium for beet Machine work at NeW.FOr
' State Fair.
First Preiblem for beat Family Machine at Oh
. Mate Fair.
• First pfurium for best manufacturing Machina
Ohio State Fair.
tint premium for best alannfacturing Machine
!lit:algae State Fair.
Y.nrt Premiere for best Manufacturing kisellite
it'll...Ma Mate. Fair.
Firs, Premium fer best Manentetering Machine
Las rotor County FaLr.
First erernium for best Maablee for gerue"slFlir
poses at Lawrence County Fair. Ps
First Premium for best Family Machine at Such
l County Fair. Pa.
Ftrst Prerronn, (or best Manefacturing Machine
Vll ' s . t c e 9 =.l2l„ o 'r Twat &tarmac-tering and P 1.113311
!Lachine at lanringdeld Fair, Ohlo. • •
First Premien. fol. best Mama facturilig and rantll
11,.1 i ne .r at Palm 7 - a Fair
I eml w best Manufacturing slid Family
! bine at Sub . szCounty_Falr, Y'.
First Pnaulum for beat Msoufacturing null Ifatullg
!moll,. at, Schuyler COunty_Vale. 17,
Find. Premium for best Machine ler an purposes,
at Allegheny County Fair, Pa.
First premium for best Manufacturing Machine,
Lilegheity County Fai, Pn.
First Premien, for beit alanblee w chat mietben
Comfy Fair. Pa.
Lad wberevet . exhibited. •
A. F. CHATONEY,
0127:C041ai No: IS Firth etreet. Mambatin,
SHAW & CLAIM'S
SOLD IN` TWO DAYS.
Are roarkulactured without any econplleatal Machin
erg i tnd thlrereAre ! i re to otoator
Faxon; tr;r:g Rulgi.g.°ll7,l‘="l4.
Machine., with cheap =whinge, as we hare talism off
Patentee prices. We refer to the colloirtzig 'organs!
Mr. A. AIKEN, No. IN Itoorth area; MY. 9AN•
LEE NAILLEN, No. NII Webster street: lltr, J.
DOLAN, No. C atreett SOOPLELD.
No. 19 &cowl street, Allegheny City, Weblureett•
en. that that we can refer to. MI a OarlitaChlasi
aro warranted fire yenta. AtENTSWASTED.
ei rL ow t ettn t ertinitV4,
Fratte: 01411:1_ I FA) :4:1
HENRY G. lILiILE.
013114187 CUM N. pm & sr. inink
Desires to return thanks to his ffleszlhl attelthe VP'
Ile avnerally for their liberal- paCronagek andw
respectfully Inform Mau tbschs• baajual retun
ed from the Eastern markets vrit.b 'a Jager and well
selected stock of •
Fine Woolen 600ds
.I[l,,arri GENlT.tpiqi wszcf
SPRING . STOCIi
NOW RECEIVING RV
GRAY s LOGANI,
47 St; Clair StireCt
pl) nizf,•) nip ,f-I
DISSOLUTION OF ' . IPAIrriVEIV•
SHlP.—Thylpaquirship heretotoreyntslia& be-
rween IL GibmOßE andit .: 4 ucitalrzz;l/adtr
the name of D. (IMMURE .& CD, is this day Ada., .
solved by mutual couseut The:business of the Ina
will be settled by their successors, at th eir Mee in r "
the Mill, on South Conti street, near Chesntitsialie-
The undersigned will continue the atillibr Izit..
gilli•SriVrtg.'. name and 4:itt art; Vic4ajt 2 a , • .
'ilea : them are determined to (muttons te nrosll%us
article or Flour 600500 to name in the ' snake%
therefore most respeettally risque& et .lelolt a ..
from all, smaparticularly those hardest CO ph 111
that article or prime necessity, Tour. -- - •
?sant:Ant' 6th, 1688. • 4r , . 3 1 . .. VM.B.
ThenderBlgned .wonln..rnsmttnlly toltorm the
public t u hat, haring sasotbited himself with D. 432.1.-
110 HE 800 IIIeMASTEIt, under thnillaill and
style of OILMOILK. 8Lll&Ei0.161.&. CO., _the 006606„ formerly conducted by 81111.1 . 89.N * - KNOX; Ili 178
16lers1 .rt.reet, A Ilegheny. berenstoned bribe
new Ann, Anted it eltatery 1686.
.15.tf : 6is N.
• RAILROADS . •
pITTSIIIIIRGBI AND' CONNELLS.t.
+.l MIX uxituutax. ,
CHANCE OF tlitfilri
THUtibitlilAittil- itik 1866,.
~..kjay, : taig'irit lave - Pitt!".o Atlrciaek,
4;...11;. ukaitairi.be:6tOrolll... --
•.A.litafir..T_Witli WOK 311 4XISA_Sk0/7
Vltuitur ECU ar 2 ,l l eltr i dr.... wrsr --; • .-
at iwelock +. Y. Airsl.ll,!.,OßlYorl-
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