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o ifr.t UD o o Pit , ip. p C , O i ts t r:r,
' VV't r.. 'illi rTl.
01/LD . ' MOST IVESP2CT
rvu.x....c. that .to consideration of the
I t r oIkiWISSICOMS Wawa trostaatiaacory) reasons,
is twat Mull . ) concluded that postwisentent
eqUa l:rttritTrggr t e e
Dispose •of all the Tickets and give
the Public all the Prizes,
% than to bold a quantity of tickets (as proprietors
tumidly do) and thereby enhance our chances Or ,
. .' 4 4tlP4a l ra I ggn r i2`;:itt be ablisobed 112 the T h
ca - duly papers as soot as P draßTl. and
Twitngs over each *gent will be fu ruislied
alynetellslof tbe drawn numbers.
• In view .Of the above reasons, which we 7/ 11
'Prole eminently satialactory,
WE HAVE POSTPONED THE JAWING
, • UNI3L THE
9th Day of JvlY, 1866
The Public neeipeTrebT notifle4l that .o ranch of tht
Channeof the Allegheny Rivet
hetteeen the SECOND and YOUIIIII
PIYQg Rom the Allegheny City end of the Rail
nonflOrldgn, now being rebuilt by the
Pittabuigh,ln. Wayne and Chicago Rail-
Otertbat Hirer. between Pittsburgh and Allegheny
• NECESSARILY OBSTRUCTED
During the time of potting up the new stsperattue
tor of the Bridge, probably for about four mouth
from thu First of dune, A. D.. M.
ILL A. GARDNER,
NOTICE.—AII delinquents who
have neglected and tolled to pay the assessment
Made on the Capitol Stock. of Um
WHITLEY' CREEK OIL CO.. OF r irrs tw Liu 11,
and now or, doe, are hereby nodded that tlle..
they pay np on or before JUNE lat. Mk the prop
fy of the Company will be mild by th . erednors
r the payment of the leolernednuas thereof.
enynßubs THOS. STEEL. Seerrjary.
L i : . tlm..z, ..*iFiIVMI
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
NOW IN STORE
Doe of the most complete and best assorted stocks
LADIES' AND MISSES HOSIERY
to be laced in the city, at very reasonable prices
together with a fall line of
Ladies , Gloves,
LADIES' AND GENTS UNDERWEAR,
la Bilk, Merino, tianst, Merino and Cotton. A
complete assortment of
Iflorrison , s Star Shirts,
Acknowledged by all to be the beet Muslin Shirt In
the mark. t.
DENTS' FANCY NECK TIES,
FINE [OLE SUSPENDEus,
COTTON AND MERINO I.ALF HOSE
LLNEN AND PAPER LX/LLA RS.
-Gent's Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
F. H. EATON'S,
17 Fifth Street.
\ NEW GOODS
is. 78 and 80 Market Street.
111011tIcn nr WholeLaic and Retail buyers 1
8,141110 the list orarrlrai•
PAPER COLLIES AND
tj C I t l i / L KF A S, RS.
iK SILK NETS,
CDFFB - :
HOSIERY and lIJ LOVES.
LACK LA MITTS.
NEW BTYLK OF 1100
SICERT. at one doll:.
and a Lalf.
!Lc.. &e.. be
:FY SILK DRESS
1 / 4 4/Ull l 61M LAC Es 1 1
STYLE lilt ECIM:
N(ETS. &e.. &e.
WM, GLYN & CO.,
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street.
-SHANNON & CO..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
. 110. 115 . Wood SL,Tittsborgh,
'leveller the attention of Merchants to
their Spring stock, which they oiler at
the lowest eastern Vetoes for Cash.
Dress Goods. Delatnes, White
. 000dei . Flannels, Cloth, COBBI ,
erea, &giblets, Tweeds.
PAttillUl3 , altlCCllAli ICS' CASSIS:MOW,
• • BIALAcHED-A•tiii BROWN
•rIIIA 7V6ti tr trA.lll3,
Hosiery'.Gloves, Sha;is, Balmer
. i •.‘ ~
ifif-Partlenter attention paid to orders.
_Jfirlieirtioods cone ssity arriving._ _
estHoodsuaine ear Hoods an d rites.
It* Wood A , Pittsburgh.
,AIiBUTIMOT, SHANNON SS CO.
C. AIIIVIMMIYr..W. T. sostiroi..a. O. sirrionisoir
NAOMI & CARLISLE,
ZITcP. 19 Wirth Street.
We are now opening an elegant assortment of
. ',.. tqtyr UOUDS, embracing tire richest etyles of
r '''',, REAL LACE MIURA
'NUM AMR PARASOLS,
, I 3 ta l iggill En T ETIrIiV7I " ,
, liCr i,, NAll.". u r i ll x igr Ao TALll , MINUS,
TINE &air,. BUTTuNs.
....„. , •
..1 . t.5i5i...., named a beautiful lot of
' =4l , CLI'CIGIC LACES AND INSERTINCIS.
A 06.., We orould In v,:ta. staialai attention to a new and
es4id adapt isms!, et,_
,e I, S--' EL.. r &ND arELIYE BERLIN GLOVES.
. ES In t I r new Petroleum and Havana Shades,
..-uaa aesostatem erne+ colors to KID 0 LoVEIS,
ELAM LA.:4 IDITS-neor styles;
.IkussstAia ~ p letsi assortment of
LA. IEB , 8,1 GHILDLIEbIiBVON HOSE : till NT.B P.:4 li tiltiltTl3;DPJl , TIES, BCa I IPS:
(JOLLA ::r HALF HOSE, 8 'ENDERS, UM
BRIM!. Ati,_Aa •
LADIES', .d DEN T'et GAUZE salaam UNDER
'- To Iferchants andbeiileii.
Our W,Siisale . Department, n well stocked
with ere. /thing in tne NOTi..,N LI NE , ~,,,k b lee
Offer tot: e Tradt an tow as any -holm X.,' p t ,wen.
ISACILIIM & CARLISLE;'...
19 Fifth street,' -;
AgenD for the "LOCKWOOD MANVPACYDR
PAO COMPANY." BRADLEY% ourw t a
ELLIPTIC !SKIRT et Manufacturers' Meta.
AO UM dela : received & complete...sort
. meet of the leadlecNoveltles, litlected
level tie Isteei ImpOrtatlons, we ore now
showing *very CHOICE STOCK
- MNCI •DRESSES,
dNareltif o l d o s : e
`p ".' and
, 1...1.... '
, . .
THURSDAY, MAY at, UM&
Establipled by the pi
e lNt W i d. to
7 " . Tilli: t
• TWIT' !tea Pireelt I L L ee:
Joe 211110..... v.. 76
rim 416006..... ........ ... I 25
1047 L 1111.58 7. 20
71Y9 tfznes 2 80
SIX 512204, 090 week— 300 9CO 150 100
ieSCII tlaca 940
fittittf= 3 75
FeO 51tnea. 4 GO
Eluren Moe. 4 76
r•keiVe time., 2 week& 500 9ZS 960 275
['bra, reeks TCO 600 X6O Zaa
1.105 mouth 9CO BOD 460 ICO
Two months 15 00 ID CO 760 600
hs. IS 00 12 00 1 900 800
33 00 121 GO 16 60 11 00
, itgreliz 154 00 00 00 St 00 IS 00
CHANGEABLE ONCE A REEF.
One 12100554 11 00 1 700 5 IDI 400
lAro mon th s— ...... ... 17 CO II 60 IWI 0 7.5
rhree montlu TACO 10 00 12001 BCO
Slx m0nth.............. C (X) 28 OD 21 CO 14 Oa
'l73e regc..-.....—.. 72 00 45 00 28 00 24 0
CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD
(ADDITIONAL ON FIRST PAGE.)
A Pollee 011Ieer In Limbo,
Officer barber, one of the police employed to
preserve order on Fifth street during business
hours, was yesterday brought before Mayor
McCarthy, charged with drunkeuness and dis
orderly conduct, on oath of .1. C. It. Gardner.
several witnesses were examined, who testi
fied that about four o'clock yesterday after
noon Barber Stopped in frontof Mr. Gardner's,
lathe Opera Mouse building;and began talk
ing an a very boisterous and disorderly man
ner, which had the effector attracting a crowd
of spectators to the spot. On Mr. Gardner re
monstrating with him ho ordered that gentle
man to leave and also gave bin, an intermit
leg piece or information to the affect that
he (Gardner) had no business on the pave
ment whatever, as it belonged to some one
else. After this barber lat., but in the course
of half an hour returned and again repeated
the disorderly display, whereupon Mr. Gard
ner had him arrested as stated.
Alter hearing the evidence, both pro and
eon, His Honor gave the accused severe re
buke for the manner in which he had been act
ing, stating that in consideration of his being
a pollee officer—whose duty it was to suppress
disorder, not create It—he would be compelled
to impose a heavier penalty than he would
otherwise do, and ho therefore ordered Surber
to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars and costs,
~ vltich he did and was discharged.
Injustice to officer Thornburg, who to em
plOyed to act with Sather ha Fifth street, see
think it proper to state that hir. Gardner ex
culpates him from any participation in the
disorderly conduct- Teem the view we take
of the matter we cannot see what need there
is for either of the officers mentioned. Be
side our regular police force, we have some
thirty "specials," whose duty It Is to kep our
thoroughfares freed from obstructions and
disorders, and we think they are fully com
petent to discharge those duties.
At. Actor An Trouble
Benjamin Trimble, the proprietor of Trim
tile's Varieties on Penn street, appeared before
Alderman Humbert a few days since an a made
oath 'against Charles O'Donnell for false pre
tense. The deponent alleges that O'Donnell
rented the Varieties for Last Friday night, for
the purpose of giving a performance there,
for teliteli lie was to give Trimble SIC..
Before the curtain was raised on the night
in question, Trimble Inman led the money,
and refused to allow the curtain to be rolled
lip until ho would be pall.
The presence of several“roughs - behind the
seeneg, however, altered Benjamin's determi
nation, and the entertainment was proceeded
with. Althongh, us Trimble alleges, there
was OW in the house, tile defendant refused
to give him a cent for the use of the hall. A
warrant was issued for O'Donnell's arrest, but
up to this time he is still at large.
••Knock DOwn — on the Wharf .
Tuesday evening. on the Monongahela
wharf, John stone and Patrick McCollister,
haring had %dispute, concluded to settle the
same by the use of arms. The following wt. ,
the result Patrick was knocked down, nail
his nose mashed , and was otherwise damaged.
Failing to obtain osatisfaction" with his
muscle, he sought redress under the law, and
applied to Alderman Strain to this end, mat
ing an information against his superior in the
art pugilistic for assault and battery Stone
was arrested yesterday and held in 000 for a
hearing. The prosecutor, nreertilng to the
ntattrkent. of W m. tiarvey, a looker on, wasthe
ittitrere)or, in striking the first blow, alld
n tornuallon being made against him, I fnr
antt and battery.) be was also held (or a hear
The Girard House line received a pleas
ing and entlinsh.tic "dedication" at the
hands of the ladles of the First Baptist
Chareb, who have been holding a testi vs.l for
several days, to the newly fitted rooms. The
festival is still in snece.ful operation, hot
close • to-night, Anne dinner will he served
to-Any, from twelve to three o'clock, and from
the satisfaction with which visitors have
hitherto been served, we shall expect another
large delegation to-day. The evening will be
given to the disposal of a large assortment
of fancy goods, at., while Ice-cream, eon fee
tiOnery rind other delicacies can hardly foul
to appeal to the taste of the visitors. The oh
pct. is a noble one and the, ladles deserve ev
Tobarce, Flutdr and Cigar*
The attention of our readers Is directed to
the advertisement In another column of It. B.
Jeffries, No. ii St. Clair Street. lie mannfac
tares tobacco into all of Lts numerous toren,
for use, aria his brands of cigars, snuffs, chew
ing and smoking tobacco, are Illtivernal favor
ites. lie sells either wholesale or retail. lie
has on hand a very superior stork, whirls he
offers at rates which defy competition. A fine
assortment of plain and fancy meerschaum
pipes and cigar tubes is kept constant!, on
hand. Mr. Jeffries is a fair dealing business
mon, end, as each, is worthy and deserving
of a largo share of the public patronage.
Few Base 14.11Clab.—At a meeting held
In thb city en Illay Pith, a new Base nail club
was organised, composed of young men tre•
longing to the legal and medical professions.
An election for officers resulted as fellows :
President, henry J. Gourley, Esq.; Vico Presi
dent, thmrge U. Christy, Esq.; Secretary, Dr.
E. 8. Cmbsuetter; Treasurer, Joseph if. Gax
tam, Esq. Executive Committee—MuJ Gen.
A. L. Pearson, N. W. Shaffer, Dr. Daniel Mc-
Meal, Jr. Capt. Samna Puilweod, Thomas A.
Cain, C. S. Ammond, Esq., Dr. W. Snlvely, J.
Gassam, Dr. W. l i . Daly, WI. Thos. Bayne,
and S. A. Johnston, Ewa. The association in
tend Inaugurating the season by a friendly
match game between the legal and medical
Ordered to Remove is liouse.—John Mc-
Marron made information before Alderman
Morrow, yesterday, charging Street Commie.
stoner Flinn With direlicUon of his official du
ties. McCiarran allege. that there Is a cer
tain brick house on Second street, in the
Eighth ward, bulls on the street in violation
of the city ordinance, and that although he
had notilled Flinn of the fact some days since
the lattgr had failed to act In the matter.
There will be a hearing in the case to-morrow
when the problem whether the officer an
cuitesi has the power to remove a house or not
will be legally solved.
Homeopathic Hospital.—To-day the ISt
perteary Department of the Homeopathic
Hospital, No, 141 Second street, will be thrown
open for the medical and Our Teal treatment
of the poor, free Of charge. The Hospital tir 111
soon beformilly opened. as it is the first in
silt Mien of the character organized here, the
politic shoull do all In their power to support
sad sulitain it. We snail again refer to the
character and object of this praiseworthy and
ettaritable Institution. The Dispensary De
partment will remain open for the treatment
of the poor every day from eleven o'clock till
"• THtttt7 IL E. Chnretu.—A series of en ter
lahrnients are announced to be given in Trin
ityldethrslist Episcopal Church for the benefit
of the Sabbath School. On to-morrow even
ing l will lec and g 11.
lusCatinns on New the el subject ofture
educati ive on. On
Thursday evening of next weak a concert by
. the Sunday School will do given, and on the
'following Thursday evening, lftli proxirno,
lecture will be delivered by Bev. W. 11. W lat
hing, on the "Use, Abuse and Beauty of Eng
lish Words." Tickets for the oourse, or three
entertainments, coax be obtained for one dol
lar. Single tickets, fifty cents.
The **Whisky Costrit..—Ymiterdav, the
:.0111, hrin• day fixed for the hearing of op
plimillons ler license to keep taverns, eating
houses, and to sell liquor with other goods,
Judges Sterrett and Brown were called upon
to exercise the ditties prescribed under the
Lew. The applications numbered nearly tau
hundred, in the disposition of whieh the en
tire day was occupied. The examination of
:Witnesses wits more than usually rigid, and re-
Ninstrances were presented in many cases.
Triadtadges will be obliged to sit to-day, In
Ortatt-to tikiSh the
. Co w We are glad. to announce the
fact to Otir readers that ?ems Charlotte Thomp
son, the Bleat Pittsburgh favorite, will Begin
a brief en v ent at the Opera House ' in a
few s Thompson is an wares:. of
ability and y in the fullest sense of the
word, arid dories her stay among us, we hope
rile Will receivekie reward due to merit,.
Altered Ineetillary.—John Osterhalto
has been lodged - In Lilo county jail, hay
-Ing beeeeoraittect.ger trial on a charge of
w nt and anialiciatialy firing a hay
stack, tno nroperts. of 11 $ IN MA:Corker, cane
inn tee ( lostraetion of-the same. Jasuce
JeeePhMilbatittf finowden4eirnehtp, was too
committing nta i tt r u.a e.
Lacey Pleating_ and the heirs
of B tßeeY_LlT r a , ,,,,_- Were before Alderman Mor
row ',target]. on oath Otatroot Corn
missionir n ! .I nuisances
on their poen:Lisp!. Ixer h were discharged on
P=o" o [ eum". aidpromising to abate the
CO. t •
horeeY ,or the Peeee.4,Richard Ilavrman
yesterday a appeared l ef= Alderman Hum.
and matte oa th ap 4 . d.row c„ne for
suretroi - tho PasYm. ‘ebrant was issued tor
141 2 14114111111 "& 6 ' Pe4itta dlspateh ro
"IT " 4 " 343.41k s Is announced
Marta' "eared barb/ Yell ham been
~Wi&1 brie 4'-'t 414; -
0111 RELY TELEGRIMS.
Santa Anna•■ COinnalasion—lnterview
With the Mexican Minialer—Cleenlar
to National Bank Itepoinitorien—awala
taut %vernier) , Of the Navy—Aellou of
Steadman and Fullerton—Connect
log Telegraph with the PostoMee De
partment—Volorado Admission 11111—
Jefferson Davis Ill—Charges Against
Bureau °Meer*. •
New Torts, May 3tl.—The morning papers
have the following special dispatches front
Washington: The results of the Commission
that Is here in behalf of General Santa Anna,
may be smumeaup In n few words. Col.
V. Rivas. not Mazura, and Bats., arrived
to the city on Wednesday evening. tin Thurs
day they called In u body upon the hiexlettn
Minister, Senor Romero, and had n somewhat
protracted though unotliclal Interview. On
the following day they presented their corn
plimentS to Secretary Seward. In the fore
noon of Rotunda? , they had another tide:twit*
with Senor Rorticite. On the afternoon of the
same day Colonel Rivas called on tile Mexican
Minister alone. Ho visited him again yester
day and to-day, remaining an hour or more
upon each occasion. What transpired ill
those interviews hail not been allowed to be
made public. It is known, however. that
they milled on Romero its Mexican cll. I,oits,
and that they were received by Mei in his In
dividual capacity. It is generally believed
that they desired his permisniou to proceed
to Mexico In the interest of the Liiimal gov -
eminent, and tt is also believed that tomeral
Romero declined to commit hineielf or the
government he represents in any °Mend lu:in
ner until lie lout bad lie opportunity of coin
munienting with its head and learning his
wishes. All the statements are inere specu
lations. Mr. Raiz returned to New 1 ork yes
terday, anti Col. Itlytui mid Maze ra will proba
bly leave to-morrow. I
Mr. Hooper, the netinglchairT w in of the Com
mittee on Ranking and Chrrene no engaged
Ia tovostiguLtog the condition f tho National
Rfullot, has canned the following circular to be
addressed to each of the National Banks de
signated as Government Depositories :—lty
authority of a resoltitioll of the House of Rep
resentatives, you are hereby roll aired to pre
pare and forward to the Committee on Bank
lug and Currency a Stat.ollolll showing the
amount of money standing to the credit of the
raited States in the Treasnitv thereof. Also
all sums standing , LO the credit of any ,Ushers-
lug officer or of any officer or agent of Lily
Cultist states, stating the name to the °nicer
or agent, and the amounts to the eretlit of
each, /ns appears by your books ou the Orin
dos of May,
Lin. Faxon, lb lei clerk of the Nary Depart
ment, has been noun inured an Assistant some-
Lary of the Navy. vies G. V. Fos, whose mane
le sent to tile senate us .tssistunt Secretory,
Under The act alp pre. e,l cot the tit II Inst., widen
Rinds the iieried lath, -ii months, and
will mishit, him tO visit Europe in his
The tonci• -pistial says. There is the hoot
authority f o r denying tile report lit souls Of
the papers that itie proceeds of thy recent sale
of gold by the socretary of the Treasury have
been applied tel the purchase of boron - intent
The Congressional committee appoita iod to
follow op the ttetton of Steadman and Feller
ton Is beitig made ILp anti will leave for the
heath the ,if tile week.
The Prsittatioder General will mend to the
Senate In a lay or two a reply to tho Semite
resolution of Inquiry as to the expiallency of
connecting telegraph with the postal system,
under the ilLrection of the Postottiee Depart
ment. lie will show that In his Judgment the
telegraph system cannot be conneeted with
the postal service with advantage to the got
imminent, and will give at length the reason
why It would not Ile proper and expotilent to
connect the Iwo system together.
It Is not believed that the Comrade Admis
sion 13/11 can command the necessary in t.
Mtn. Jeff. Darts loft thin ninrning for For•
tress Banns, valle.l thither ha a letter Irvin
Dr. °Doper, staring that nor Itushantl ws
The till...titration and t•harges agains a t lbw
Bureau orlirers to North t arollna hays been
prepared. tat the cortaulastnn an VO.l t a. not
been appolute‘l. They are to meet In Raleigh, Juuc 1501.
Election in Albert County. N. B
,T. Joan. N. IL. Mnj election in Al
bhrt comity wits held to.clay, and 1,41111,1 n.
the two Conlinlerute rand Mahn; limn, let Ur 3.1-
ed by t. large majority. co far !Air riri 01110 ,
have moulted In Inver of eight onlicierabei
and no antics.
There is Whense evuttetuout here over the
deutth of the Confederate Humbert, killed on
Friday morning. The murderer has here ar
The New York Fire Alarm Telegraph
Deelded to be tareliable
You. May M.—The Telegraph t'ote•
(MUM of the Board of Eire 4 01111111,-.lteeue
e 11..1.14 , 1 egratent Llo• preeeht telegraph
Ayr:lent, which I. very ourella hie. The titre,
box %Totem eonsittered more prelemble,
Arrl vol of Moppooled Fenton.. at Butlltlo
. blind re.l 111,1
nail to ho Fellinll%, arri% tier. 111, '1
Itltti .I . 4•ret I,llil 1.1,1,111,L.
ane he Tbere lit Ile MI) . 111,i,
nit,. of n rat 1 (nee •. , ,er t or
SZTATEMENT OF THE HEAL
TI , ,
ds, of A pr,P.
Booth and Mortr.,,.. f,toK.
lien. on K.
Itexi Ezotate . . . 400
Inivntu dn. M /". itA.V..
Ornec I , irn . 1.11
1.1 A 1111.111 Y ,.
Arnocm, du, I, pi...U.,. 4 , 0 1 iv. 'I
Amount di.. II• 1...•1t••r..
The above I. a tr,ie mate Went
Th, un.leraligr..l Auditing Cutsmltto.r. ha , • • s
Nonnook,. th, we NMort gage,...042 2 . 00.1 . 11.1., and cout . l,d the 3.1.
and thut the Inrt•rottlg • atruwut , orlert.
H :3NI 1 H
II 11111.1 k,
M' it. 1 , 11 . 1', ANTI.
OFFICF.It, OF Tll /L: ITUT
1•1. t • %V. It
...tai. F•1II , I1..r F.
11..11 %I h
Ptitater. livri • y . 11. N% tt,
allowed on :1.1. In.l.tutton
SIX I'lol. ,'EN T. r A/111”111. pa)•I.1, to In.. 1.......
ltur In Msy and r. • hlols. 1r •1 II
will t . M . add,' to the prlesalpol mpoundetl.
I ntereet c0m1....1C1, 013 i I - 11,.. 1.1
l e. for T)t,...1t (tom 9 A ;„ „ .
V1 , U141 ,Tlll.. r.
DLSSOLOTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE FIRH 011 HAT HAVDEN
hu thls dat been dissolved, 1., 01
the dm h•elna been purchased hi+ 1 MAIA I 1
I'i rrtnr 11,111. May 16th. 1.1. •
The IJ haring ptarellenc,l ~t, on
IllOck and assets of DAN tr 11AYIPICIS. con
tinning the business of tho old Ono at Nos. I.
WOOD. Lu , l 102 and 104 •OrIIT.L . T, Untie! lip
.trio td * DAY. tl • A10 , 1" .1 SPAN,.
.1. L. .1•A1101.
NORMAN hI . A
In annottorlng the abovechanse. we Leg lent, I.•
ea] the trade that we mall rootlet.. the hoodoo..
of Mannrartnrlng and Importing KAM/LEM
HAIM/ IV la. In all It, twanche, and desire to roll
pt dal attention boom' own Ilan st far lure , of %TAO t
II A3I EO ofall dmertptions, IRON A IlEs.
WROUtifIT VOLT BITL, 111 , 11
lieee to be the hest In the market for thl• and the
Weetena trade. We shalt at all time. keep a lull
and complete assortment of everything In °dr I In..
which we stall Le glad to sell at lowest MA rl,q
By giving prompt peraona I A11P13.111 to nrd,m,
we Lope to Merit and receive a liberal 'bar, of you.
DAY, M'ADOV A. SPAM;
TILE FIRM OF HAIEN R. 411111
co. Is heenhT dissMeed by:mutual nn. I,
the Intere•m a t ALLEN KRAMER and El) W AHD
LLANM hering been mold to ' , HANK ItAlllll and
GEOttl4E W. MAILMAN. Tim nusineas trill be
continued unifier the same style of MAILMAN,
ILkll.ll CO. ALLAN
EDWARD It a HAL
14E0. W. II Alibi AN.
W. C. MACIWM.
W. YARN Uld.
PITTSFICI.III. May nth. ISeid.
Vt'e cherefollyrec./m00...1 r r.nreeasnro In the
II NAN L/ MAHN E., and •ollclt for them
• continua nre of thn patronage no Il In-rally
stowt.tl on the lIIe n ruk . A. KR A.I4FOR.
Hai 1 m Rahm& ('O.,
ILAN CY ACTI.P. Or
Iron, Nails, Springs, Axles. Plow,
Spring and 'A. B. Steel, &e.
WA ItH1101.:13E N.. T 7 WATER STICKET 1.1 11e.
burgh. 0,17 al/
I ARIES B. OLIVER becomes a
MY :lib, of onr firm. dating from April lgth.
Name and odyle nr firm unchangrd.
I.lk Will. OLIVEIt PHILLIPS.
Pprfnormtn, May Pith, PICA
MONONGAHELA IRON WORKS,
LEWIS, OLIVER & PHILLIPS,
1•1ANI•• ACTT! REAR or
Carriage and Tire lidita, guts and Washers,
Wagon Skeins, .I . log . and Wagns Bolts,
Bridgr & Mariiine linital T uyere Irons, I
Coach Screws, Nye Bonen,
VV r- -VA iron Hinge.. Sad
ite w 01001 AT SOUTII Kra. or Lw Ti 6 MONO ASI IL-
NV A ILICIIOUM ester and Market S eeeee .
U. S. cotton Hoe
Voter M a yeam:lton /
broVaTtor /5 Orrice. lot, 5
NOTICE Id lIIEREBY GIVEN that
Sealed Proposals, accompanied by proper guar
antees, according to forms to be furnished on op
lineation to this OM., will iso received thereat, ne
at /0 o'clock n., ou the FIRST TUESDAY IN JUNE
NEXT, for the supply of the MAXIS X HOSPITAL,
near thiscity. with the articles of INlOVltilors,
MEDICINE, de.. estimated In said fun.. The
uantities stated art estimated with reference to
tq he Usual number Of patients Is the Hospital, hut
the United States reserve the right to tate more or
less of bald articles, accordingly, as they may be Le
thally required. If the articles delivereo ant he Hos
pital are not, In the Judgment : vilyscian.
the hest quality, IMO adapted 10 t oopltal, he
will be at Marty to reject the same, to purchase
other articles in their stead. and to charge the con
tritetor with any excess in th e cost over the contract
The United States reserve the right to accept the
g r'P : t t f :l the
lesirtee. whol es
Sure eyor and Agent Marine Hospital.
:141 :lel 1p 111 (a) 1:1
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THE QUEEN OF
311tb. INYLOW•S 91 :KEN HAIR RESPI.R Ett
Is 9 LI LEN. not only to NARK. but In Vluirts.
lu the Best Hair Restorer ever offered to
An In landde lIISTORSX and PHAfiEIIVAH or toe
I lair If fait Pretty applied.
It i 8 Ito Hair Dye.
lr acts directly upon the roots of the hair chang
ing grey hal. ti. Its ortgrnalllfe colt, arresting pre
mature au.l falling out of tbe hair; cradle at
log court and dandruff; and coring all humors of the
It sr elin go dry and 'girt hair to soft and luxu
It Imparts a delightful fragrance to the hair.
In shorts If you wish torestore your hale. as In
youth. and retain It through life. use
IRS. WINSLOW'S QUERN HAIR RISTOREL
!'rice 91 per bit Ile. Sold by all Druggist(
R. E, SET.T. - F - RB & CO.,
• Wholesale Agents
PITTSBURGH SAW WOItkI,
HUBBARD._ BRO. .1 CO.
PATENT GROUND CIRCULARS,
Warranted CAST STEEL OAWO, of every descrip
tion. Mill, Maley, Cross-Cut, tiaag, and all *Want
AU kinds of . N.NIVES and SPRINGS, mad. from
Sheet Cast-Steel; Extra itenned READE.E. AND
AD/WlNti KNIVISatI. de.
SP WareliZtuse and *was, corner Warm and
SCOOT &Meals, Pittsburgh.
Particular attentiOU paid to re-tunthlng. gumming
end straightening Circular Saws: also, repairs 01 all
kinds. Punching and Drilling done at reasonable
Mr WM. BARNHIUL b. CO..
Boller Makers & Sheet Iron Workers.
11160. 20, 22, 21 and 26 Penn %treat-
Elating secured &large yard, and flan:dished It with
the moat approved machinery, we are prepared to
every description of BOILERS, In the
best manner ,and warranted ends,' hp any made In the
country. CH LMN Ers, BREECHINti, FIRE BKlid,
STEAM PIPKS LOCOMOTIVE. BOILERS, CON
DENSERS, SALT PAN% TANKS, OIL STILLS,
AtiITATOILIS SETT LINO PANS, BOILER litoN,
BRilitiES SUGAR PANS; andsole manufacturers
dt ItARNIIILL'S PATENT BOILERS. Repairing
une on shortest notice- delii•tf
COPPER MILL ANC SMELTING WORKS'
PARK, McCITILDY & CO.
Manufacturers of SHEATHING, BRAZIERS' AND
COLT corrrat, PRESSED VOPPER BOTTOMS,
RAISED STILL BOTTOMS, SPELTER SOLDER.
Also, Importers and dealers In METALS, TIN
PLATE SHEET IILUN I ITIE, Constant!Yon
hand, TIEN EILS' SLAV, Mart
and TOOLS. Mar
inets.. No. IE FIRST and Bacon It IiTNISTR, Pitts
burr:. Special orders of Copper cut to any desired
ROBINSON, SEA &CO (Sue.
coasts.. 10 ROBINSON. MINIS A MILLER/I,
W AI WA! OA
Founders I nits, itteozurgi2.
Manufacturers of BOAT AND STATIONERY
STEAM ENGINES, BLAST ENGINES, MILL MA
CHINERY, tiEtt 4 l:lo SHAFTING, CASTINGS of
all description 0 TAN KS and STILLS, BOILER
AN I/ SHEET IR ONW K. . .
IgrJOIIN COCBRAII ac BEIO"
Manufacturer* of IRON VAULTS ANI)
VAULT 100)/SIS, IRON RAILING, WINDOW
WINIStiNV UL1A21.16, Ac., Nos. 101
nEtstiN 1.. and 116 THIRD !STREET, between Wood
and Market, have on hand a varle4 offeve pattarna,
fancy and t Si, suitable for all putposa.s.
W P art ular /suet:Won paid to enclosing Grays
Lots. Jobbing done at short notice.
1 .... t5 - IIIARIIIAIWE AND CELIBACY,
F••,, ,•!" Warning and lost rnetion ft,
)ono., Sinn A 1... 1 ii.keßsee and Ahur... t”..11
the • tut] With •un. rek.f
dot tr.... 0r tharg• 111 sealed lettef ens plop., A•l•
• .•••••., ill. .1 'Os 1.1 110I'011T0}. Ilo , .ard As_
oelation. Phltadelputx.. In. to r-11•1.11 to ee T.
lar SENT FREE.--A Pamphlet
Or ImmanSe Import...nee to It. old and
Co n n( marn...l and tingle, or trot'. sexes, will be
sent free by addmrslng, will -eta.? NglelOsed, the
Agent, A. KENDRICS a CU., Bon 111, Boston
Pool Often. •msleelvdtror
, ONGRESSION4L CON ENTION
kr I" liF tILICAN VOTERS nT the
t I,t Het sre ran t t hr
pia., • 0 holding electio o met ns In s astoss
U Boroughs 5.1.11 Townships. is
On Saturday, August Ilth
And fd, TV.. PKI.E.; A FRO front estel, eivetlon
tlla,rte met, In Count., I,at null*.,ttn TUE,
PAY, tardiraT 1 it al in o•elork aat— fur th.
purl'*' ar of It.-tug /13 111 1 / 1 111111111/11 a candlolatv for
"the poltnary oltollon, in glot Ittatnattlna will Ito
drill eta, en do. Odor. of fttut att. •Is t and
In lb. reard• and loottonalo. 1.1,...,1 the hour. ot
r nn.t .4.1. t. entol r r. I, lhr ward., and nor•
. I‘,a, asa.l In the
tr , utarulnx
At • rd.. r the f olundtt..c.
W. J. 4411.M..uE,
Alai: UNION LEAI(I'E. Ilia, de—
. fe......,1Trra.,014 .1 th 4rti, r..-or
fAllile' for defrat In c Ibfin. lensher
ten. t•• party. 1•• prlnclplen t.. 1 nom
”.• • In It, tlrd parttelpat.• In rallls.g theet.
Ing•. elnterting ...111.-ern. and enpeetal,) Acsegate from
I.ral t.. the 'tate 1.1,nd ‘N.uncli which
w.•• inhie ID l'lll•hurglt, WELP.:ESI.a
, , 411.1.. y of June n. pt.
Itrother, ery ot the eutstr.
atetio, Fall list, .t
th. ranl.• Fre,tr, for battle!
Rr . of l: .t
I'. S. n/legMenT l'onnte Connell will me, on
f 31.4., al lo Hoek. 1. n„al
the YII(EIIENS' It.;011, In the Marl,
HON. J. K. MOORHEAD
tog pia rA ltitn,lf at the.llaponal of 111$ friend.
•n their call made on bin.. nano. I
non pr.,. aid n 3 them as a ca.n.11,115. tar . min
;km for I °aro... tor Or Dlsirlrt.. sol.)net
artlon iii iti Unton It. ,oblican County Con nu
i Inn. sp7: ,
"'CON GI HESS
GENERAL JAS. S. MEDLEY
Is & CANDIDATE IN THE 111211) DISTRICT
tat.. I vn.l
r:#7"'CONGRESSI.—The friendN of
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY
W 111 pr.,,..n1 his n•lne In the Conventleo of We
yarn y, for nmnlnstlon oatLvanilltlate the , 'on•
R v.. to Lim 22,1 Mos - act. tu1111:11w41
JOHN D. BAILEY.
Sloth and Real gatate Broker.
inyihtola No. nrl Yourth
VOR SALE--A pleapant Country
At El . ..Win'', tT A I'lW., peno.,
rani. Railroad., oue-half hainahurg: I!
se of Land; a fine nee Da ening evittalnlng II
wsoma and cellar under°. ath. IV sell the h0t....
ith three or live acre., or the a hole, to etlil our
c'hoser. Por further Information. call on II
Tow ER, 164 Fourth al reel. or on the prenilsea.
Deponlis received In Par Vends and Currency.
LI ollll.etono made on all the principal points or the FOR SALE,
f States and Caas.l..
N, HOLMES & SONS
N 0.57 ItIARKIET STREET, Pittsburgh,
STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER SECURITIES
Bought and Sold on Commission
l'artleulas attention paid to the pota"..kue and
CAITED STATES SECURITIES.
United State. Ellnekor
Do, do ie2Co.
Do. lel re• of in-40.;
Certificate., or ndebtosenese.
Order. and Voucher. bought or collected. Danity
DOLLAR SAVINGS RANK 1 No. 65
ally from v toto'clock, also on Wednesday
an l . i i Pe S n al ' u t rday evenings, from May ill/ to November
Ist. from 7 in 11 o'clock, and from Noventher in to
Mai o oar 6 to b o'clock.
Irepo•I to received of all sumo Of not Ira than One
I/011 dividend of the profits declared twice
d y e e arre d I ns e J m a i n a e
n e n n u d a l' De n e mb ne and s tDernemt
b has ben e
It' hank was organired, at the rate of six por cent.
'ICI:ie., If not drawn ovii, U placed to the credit
of therleia.sitor as principal. and heal. the same in
terest from the first days of Jose and lierenvber,
compounding twice year without trwuld .1 the de
ositor to call, or even to poems lilt pass 'rook. At
title ra.te money will doirble Ia
lesktban invitee years.
llook• containing the Charter. Miles and
Regulations, furnished grotto, on application at the
John U. Baskoren, Hobert Robb,
Ben,. 1.. Xahnestock, Jobn 11. tilloenborger
James Ilerdman, James Shldle,
lance McAuley, Alexander Speer,
Jim... 0. D. bleeds, : Chrlatlan Yeager.
Isaac M. Pennock, I A. rd. Pollock, 11.1.4,
W rn..l. Anderson.
.lobo C. Mooney.
Geo rfie Black,
E A l L fi nso u lr( l J a rirrur,
John J. tlllleorple,
rater H. Han,,ker
elecitrrAttT,JAß. B. I)
pETROLIA MACHINE WORKS
50.151 Ohio Street, Allegizenf
IhIPUOVICD BOBIINU TOtterer OLli. AND PLICTIlltif
USED IN SINKING OIL AND HALT WI:LIZ.
Particular attention invited to Ms Patented
proves...Ma In Jam emd Joints, made of Junlatla
U. 8., and Low Moor Iron, In standard sites, and
number...J. so that part* can WI ordered by mab
" IVe r' ati furnish iu r n . o ‘ pr l P V7eteLe, ni e n t:ere n l l l
Dew who may ' , Man at. ' " efictllam and .machloe wool
toad., to order. Orders by mall promtly attended to.
I air. prepared to grant !Mansura to Mbar manutemin
toms Mr these Improvements. liberal terms. Loa
17 4 AI . I 2 eLtettar. tl.
B. it. LEUEIf
tumee Watt Madison Pearl Starch:
IGO .• " " Corn
60 • • Oatrego SCumeenr titote
Fur sale low to the traO t r i at j aageota,
m.T/4 Gland 174 Wood etnlit.
The First Reformed Presbyterian Congregation of
Pittsburgh, (Dr. 1.)0n01.,5, Pastor.) otter for sale
their property located on the corner of Plum end
I herr; alloys, and but 93 feet from Liberty street.
The lot is 13) feet by 111 feet. on which are thy
ehorch Building, and a Tenant House of 4 rooma.
Inquiries may bemads of. or commonloaldsna ad
dressed to TEWH, SMITH., at the Fourth National
Bank, or to ft. C, MILLER, 133 Third street.
IN IJNE OE THE BEST PORTIONS OF ALLE
GHENY CITY. A large and thoroughly finished
two-story Double Brick Dwelling. containing II
rooms. spacious and ai ry halls on both doors: pan
tries. cloeets and tobaralar procreate. The ample
grounds surrounding the mansion abound in Choice
grapes and fruit, and shade trees. A /stable and
Coach House. with other out-buildings, combine to
male this a first-cis. residence. For particular,
apply to S. S. BRYAN.
Broker In Stocks and Real Estate
:ay= 07 Fourth it.. t Burke Building.)
SEWICKLEY COUNTRY SEAT
A superior double two-nosy Hrici, Dwelling. with
hank bulltilug. containing twelve rooms and bath
room, with marble mantic, and general good finish.
About one acre of groom., with extenelvi. grape
• rtior and good fruit trees. Flee minute, wall
from newlctleyellie elation. Hourly trains WI the
F. W. 3,!. It. It. make this sacolll,lllellt as any
of the nearer en barbs of the city. Apply t•
S. b. BRYAN.
Broker In Slacks and Real Eotate.
myt 5; You rlh street. (Burke. Building.)
g l A1C1111:8 OF LAND,
‘VITLLIA TIIILEE 11INUTES' ALE' OF
UOMEWOOD STATION, PENNA. R. R.,
to r.S. No. Os Urelit street, Pittsburgh.
COAL AND LIME PROPERTY
Ylllt SA LE. —lin the Steubenville itellroau,
seven miles irons the city.
CUNTAINIAu Lori E 11UNDRE.11 AND gIGIITY.
- - -
Steam and Water Flouring and Saw bill', and other
Alto, *boot Eighty Arrio. of CL/AL, without the
Also, two Partus at eitewart'a Station. on Central
Railroad, containing 140 acres nod 12.5 arros
. Vor.further particulars, e4ol i n i i . r i tAf m
(upper.). 1114. Cathedral.)
Nil o. Ilu •tree 4.
A Delightful Residence in Ill'Clure Tp.
The Let Is fa the highest state of ealtivatioa
Two goo.' Swinge, tin the preuilsen.
For Lena*, easittire of
Real rotate Broker and Insurance Agent.
mhtl Su. at retteral street, Aheghany.
I, • OIISALE—A Farm of 216 acres,
situate. In Plum tow uehlp, Allegheny county,
rrt. The Imptovement• aro two-story Frau..
House, with els I,ton. mei kitc a
hen; a largo Hank
Baru. eo by SO, sod other out-bonding, good "I - -
chard; 178 acre, cleared anti Itt a good .date or
allun. Lie land le or tar hes; quality •
adapted nor g - raln or meek. mad Is all underlaid a Ith
1 oat. a net - ) large mount or Loco, timber. IN,.
mslon ale en luom rt ollatel,. con' en lent to churches.
sellout. etc. For further. particulars. on
‘pilre of Ir. /1 T. , It. 'teal Estate Agent. NO.
LLL Pourai rat., rnyl7,s, ,
I,'OR SALE---A Brick Dwelling,
•It oat. op Pee,seern ',entre. Allegheny l't,,
cunt...lag me t room, loath room ants tlnishrol t.
tie, Lan. heel and cold , water and a, large .hall. .n
good contlitlon. lot Alen, • V ao.ot
atljohtLeg the shore, t,O lert. to a Whorl
street. The lots an. 41141..;4 . / trait tee. • s ol
grape !nem: a "honer:2le. remittent,- for at,
Oohtg th.rit). r to ter anti
full parl,culara, apply on the premise, to
In) 1 211 1,7 N... 111 r stern Allrgll. II).
WOK SALE.—SEWICKLEW IRESI-
.. 11E141 - .-nt)...la a of land In •high
,rn /111, I, a two-%tory 1 1 1 - .. me
.Iwrlllng. r,,otn, hula Intn.;,ll.ru
ellar nn.l, r
n.4o•irt ti pll/i includlogo.s..ry nurlety,
/. Irn In It.. I'oltl grnpvry
3.‘l , lalr..nu , ltng lit •nru1.1,..!) and err,.
oif lI,F T.
muck and Rtal E•tati•
mfh N. Ft It
NAI.E- A Farm of lAN acres.
ElutaFri.lt t0e...61N AIF OF kv cFunly, 14
nrar the TFogllloglarni tusprE. , ;:n.lat•
arr a Ile. ..t1 rl, ,tahle
~Lber nu t tea.. lencleao gn, rail) good: vie..
al. red, Jo, a.. r. t 10. e
01 I.t.ne.tooe, the
under vela about teet thlek. tl.. upper veln
Ire, eery rt,111,1/.11/ 10 the rive, It Ls well Ura
l...redwith the to.“ w I.llw oak and marl walnut
timher. 11ram....m per aefl . further parlicu
Col re 11. TO 11 LI:, Oral Fatal... Agent,
N. 104 Founts otry,. aW
FOR SALE Olt EACIIANGE—ThaI
rery dealrahle notary Neat, Luna nla ••rleaw
alit hlorne.• • .healed lour tulles from the rite,
11/114.• (1 - 01 u Laugh In'.alaltos. 11, fr..u. I
Linen). formerly the nr.i.lence 01 Leopold Wald.
, ontaluing Its aacre...lgloo:ol, $. acre. of which is
planted with troll 01 tn. loat t• Mention and lu great
•arlety, :wet, tu grapes. Large I..lottage Ilartalng
Iluu.rtenant house, two harn., good Atabling. ,to.
Apply 1.0 11 Alcl.AlN .t.
VAR,'" FOR SALE—litiown as the
01. hallrum. containing 170 acre., &neat
1(10 of which aro Geared; tu Indiana count).
4 lolleot from the ot) ae at, The improvement..
c.ma1..1 or • L.A.ll.l all E LYWKLLINt. 1.11./10K,
lamide Bank liarn. I'd/ring Hoene. ge. Thera lo a
7 toot ‘1.1.1 of g00.11......1.1 on the lartut also. a nue
Mill brat. Termseasy. Inquire of
No. :IVO 1.16,rty mirt,t, Pittsburgh,
Or of WM. iilitELia, In thr vicinity. ap2.5:1m.1
VAILM FOIL SALE Containing
lln wrox. %INK, In .71. Clair township, Wyst
morriand elnset t,, ir) from :V," ?10rri....
11,• imy snout, .
..1 a PHANII.:
La, atom,. X.: Iv, (tout, 20 •It.op.
tonla)ning nv, riouin• and a good r.. 1141. Also. a
gtooll /runic &tarn an, ...11,1/ inchat,l containing
.1. 1. .51..1.A1 , 1111.1N A
N“. 1.114,1) l'ittshurgh,
Vi •.(A.M.A*l"rl.lr..lVra, m the premisca.
IVE LY TUE couxTßi.
E Al.. IS 1111.1.1N1, FOIi,ALE
A I ILAZELNYOOI , . (oar 111i11.• iroon tonorgll
fonurlle 100 ItaltronO. AI ‘, qUAlcitY
and good veto of 11,1, on Mr protuleoot. WM to,
.old enure, or ti,l,lc, wig!! purrhabor.. Enquire
&K!4. K. ri.llWElt,
linAchtoott 0031100, or ltd Diamond
II:315 ritiebtogli. Penna.
On the corner.( Mulberry and Vrerbill arvels.
(tot front on Mulberry alrek t. bn 71 feet derv.
lIIAT TIIfIEE-STOII 1 11111 Ch 115 P F.1.1.1N1i,
No. 147 Second -treet, containing eight rooms and
attic. idts and water np +lair, Range In kitchen.
41/lIN D. DAILEY,
Stock sod Real E. tats Broker,
mr_f, No. lin FIIIIrth street.
nWELLING ROUSE ON WYLIE
AT/LEET FOlt SALE.—That large and well en
lobed threestory Brick lewellimg on Wylie street°
near Fifth, Oulsbed In modem style, containing I.
remits, kltebsa, range, hath room, but Clll cold wa
le,. and gas trilibughou I the bulltling. Tills is one of
illie most desirable properties for dwelling or bugl
eru purr.. new offered for sale. Poseesion April
reasonable. Appl 10
J.10;11 . hIcLAIN & C 0.,1112 Fourth street.
1 1 , on SALE-About FORTY !BUILD
.. INO 131103, In plan latil oat by kit. Ificliain and
myself 011 W01111 • e • close to railroads. Teruts—
amuent down; lial ll,' un ..aay perm/ulna an
eitrubbery and mull. Title perfect, Enquire at my
ill Tool Workm NO.. 00, 01 and SI Ohkvstrect. Alle
gheny, or ufJangs NlcKAtri, on the premises.
myl-al2 It. 11. I. ECKY.
I,`Olt SALE--154 acres of Coal,
situate In Smith township, W.hington county,
Penna., near the litre of the Steubenville Rallreisel,
at Midway Station, about 21 tulles from the citc. For
(nether particulars, enquire of 11. TiONVEI Real
Estate Agent, No. 164 Fourth street, or to WIL
C. CANIPAELL, on the premises. Janntf
VAI.UABLE ('ITY PROPERTY
Felt SALE., consisting of a lot of timund hav
ing front On tiff...oKM etreet of 50 feet, sod Co.
tend% beak 230 feet, on which are erected two Amine
Il w cilluge, which now rout for Hie per year. Here
13 a eafe forests/mitt of 10 scr.cent
ap24 13.11cLA I N 11.fu., 1.2 Fourth street
FOR SALE—A two-story Brick
IMelling of 7 rooms, hall, and vestibule, three
*tent.t, with lot IC by 100 feet, situate Ewalt
* Lawrenceville, all In complete order. For
further information, terms, &M., apply at the Real
Estate .d Insurance InAce of (I. 13. BATES,
mll3 Butler street, Lawrenceville.
Jae. D. Kelly,
Henry . Lynn..
Heger A. liehulelra.,
•Watter P. Marshall,
John H. Menu Men,
Henry 1.. Hlng•ralt,
. P. Woman,
A. COL TON.
-IStl HOU, on
Iranklln Street. Alleghny.
Encl. 1,00.0 roe t ball and el: rooms. For price
end terms, apply to
my 23 a. UIJTHHSAT & Blnitt, 61 Market mt.
TWO DWELLING HOUSES ON
-. MT. WASIJINGTON FOR BALK, with Immedi
ate ponsen•lon. One lot of f r round on Mt. Wltell-
I faa .on: al" ;!..9.ll7nYtEn , ;4 Irk argVioti.rti r !'
WALL PAPERS, Aro
HOLISM AD IMAM HAUB 13
W..4_1.1. PA-1 3 1311 t
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES.
r 1" AL TarlEl OCO liT
Warehouse, 91 Wood Blreet,
Becond door below Dimond Alloy,
fe,t4dimil PITTSBURGH, P A.
pAPER HANGINGS FOR 1866.
A groat collection of
4merican WWI Papers.
For the first time la five year
Jrz IF' EXGLISIN P4PETI
A choice selection of 'be'
• Newest French Papers
for estle by • ; • •
877 MAH ll7 Wmllltror
FOR SALE. r
JAMES T. SAMPLE,
MAN • G
Brilliant gotten. of the
ROSE ELT lEEMI.a.T—.E.Ft.,
iirProgretnme varied each PS-I.'llllg.
Rceerved Scats for stir at the Music Stores and
purrs BIUIELG H THEATRE.
75 con lb. I Dress Circle 50 cent.
Fourth Right of the ( . ..1041..f . .f of
MRS. ETTIE HENDERSON
MIL J. F. MeDONOUG 11.
THIS EVE N I NG, will Ita bre...rated the great Irish
Drama. written by the renowned Dramatist.
C ) Cri-ai-AMMITC 8 .A.WTT;
on. THE Bill OES OF liAliltYOW EN.
Elly Hr,. Ellie lieudv,on.
Hslcr 1a ,• opoie-n . E. McDonough.
The Itsuager I. Weaned to announce to the pulalc
that the henutlrul ....lac Play of the SEVEN SI.-
TRIMBLE'S VARIETIES THEA,
THE—Sole Proprietor, Bev. Tittsatte..
CREAT ATTRACTION FOR THIS WEEK.
mottE s ENT WI AKA, ADDED TO THE VALUE
TIM II A I'S. clic Ctiatl2Ploo Clog Dim.er or lb.
JMINNY tlu• Champion Jig ranter,
WILL AI'I'EAREVERI F. XENING TIII.IWERts
VOC AL CONCERT, •
IIVEN 111 THE PUPILS OP
On Thursday, May 31,
on which °cranium, beside. operatic prim and
popular ballade, will be performed (or the drat time
In title city. live pieces with violin and riollneello
igato. and two songs sung In
The sale of e ei:11 red nests will commence on 'rues
nho , with, at 9 o'clock, al the music store oft'. C.
Mellor .01 0.. al Wood street, where programmes
may also to had.
• • ..
lA., open at 7!, u•elock. Conacrt to begin at Nt
to a o'clock. my24:b
Respectfully announces to his friends and the pub
lic generally, that he has lout opened Ids new and
BILLIARD Ittn)ith, CORNER la ,
LIBERTY AND ST. (LAIR bTKEETS, entrance
from M. Clair. The Tables a, new, and oonattuel
ed In the roost Approvt.d nod tolerant. etyty, and Sit
the appurtenances are new and complete. Every
thing which may conduce to the pleasure and enftlY
ment of his patrons will he afforded. myl7:a4l
VALUABLE PRIVATE LIBRARY
.IT a ucrlowr.
MoNDA Y. TUESDAY, WIIDN ESDA T and
TII V. May Isth, .T.A.b, 30th. and Itat, a Ma
ao., Hall A uetloil Rooms, 55 and 57 Fllth at.. will
r... wolol. 1,7 order of 1 - ...x,1tt0r, the ,aluablc 1.111171,
ME,. 07 EDWARD r3IIIII . SI).ti and Dn. It. B.
These Libraries comprise rare and Curious vol
umes. many of vehlet Cr.. now out of print. The
Miscellaneous I.lnrary includes a collection of many
wort,. ..f interest to troth the student and the gener
al reader. comprising History. Travels and Biogra
phy. erh.nee, stol Art. and General I.lteraltire:
partial of (lid Newspapers, Ina good state of
Nmurv s number of volume. in the original—
n. lfreelk and Latin. In Mi. cnection may
IM tuentioned Voltaire's Work, complete In yM vol
ms; also. a vole ph•te .et of ito,seati, in the &toot
le. ee.:4,111 . 1 / I :found the recognised standard
w-ork• of the proft,sion.
erson- unable to be pre.ent at the sale can learn
their .u-d. at the Auction Rooms. or If residing at
• distance, rAn ha, their orders attended to by
tusking known their wlslie• through the malls.
staiognes ran he OiPLAITICII Icy application at the
t ...Wogßoom. Mao.oith. 11.01 Auction House, or
1, mail to on; adalreKe nurninhou us.
kaeli evening', Catalogue will he open for exami
nion on the day of sal,
my' T. A. 110(' I. }:LEAS
The largert, most desirable and valuable REAL
EnT ATE, la ' , AMIN. 11017nEn, dr., ever offered
for sale at one time in the State of Delaware.
The subserllx.r, wishing to change some invest
ments by selling Real Estate, will therefore otter
•ted sell at Pololt- Auction. In the town of &MYRNA,
- Nate of DOWVOTA/11. at VOX NV E. 1.1.13 HOTEL, on
Thursday, the 11th day of June neat,
Toeornmeneo xi pis •. xi.. a part of Ills
Real Estate_ which. of Its kind. Is not surpassed by
n) In this roan) ry, follows: Nos. I. 2. 3, 4. baud
S. are Vann, Itandsouto ly fitted up nod intinverd.
.•outalttlug ,alb trout sin to ILL acres. All have
Vortela nod Apple itreliarilit. and are wlthln :to•
mile. of the Urn, near the Steamboat landing and
I trlawarr Railroad. nod the nntyrna Creek igtiod
" - wrt fronts sr, eral of the enrls. ho.
, • tract of Marsh Laud. Atm acres. No. 8, the Liao
Kilns, :sheds and °Mee. with two acre lot at amyrna
lauding. Noe. I. and to. two large tironariea copa
l.. of storing Li' to bushels of grain, at limyr
na Landing. with an acre lot to each. No. 11. a
W•ter Lot. know nme the "ahlp Yard." at Nmyrn•
Persons are requested to examine then roperly
before the role. Plot, of saute may be seeprior
Anti At Ult . Imlain. ,111,11 LAI each parcel.
The terms will tor, ono-third cash and the residue
of annualequal Instalments, extending to
her years. Detail of the term. 11l be annonnced
at Ito. salt, Handbills can he ',totaled by applying
lit the nutoeriher. whleh Ore,.lull ileacrlptlon of
all the tiroporty. aunt the would refer to
toe see paper- also for full account.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
.Irtor 1111 order or the Orphan, Court of
India.. ...linty. there .1111 he utren.d at public sal,
in th.. norongh or
Friday,lsth day of June, 1866,
the folloaing real er.tatu of Fratwl. Hammer. late of
Burro tow n..hlp, durctaeti. Rounded on the north
by luid. of 11. Repine. on the east, by lands of C.
atet'rua, heir, ou the a...A• by lands of Graff, 11111
Co.: on tin• stouth, by lamb. of rt. Dixon. Con
taining 1111 7-10 acre, un.ru or less, honing Mute
on alio° Slot) Brink Dwelling House. a largr Log
Barn, wlth allude all around. mud all the tit.eussary
ons-nuildlnga. A 1.,, an uteelluutspring of water
at the. hum, and au orchard of grafted troll of ra
don', Lind, In good hearing eonditlon. A goad
portion of the farm In underlaid with coal-one bank
open and In working order. The farm Is in to. good
stab. of cultivation, and Ilesmile north of
Blair., Ulu. n Ith a good township road nning
through II to Conn or Ito. Railroad Station at ru ßlain,
.111.. Any per.on w1,.11111g to look at the property.
will Ora., ail on Thomas .1. Hammy r, living on thy
Tenni, oft.t.ine-lialf coal, on the rortnrcua
lion of sale, awl the balance to ear, secured
nt bond and mortgage.
Sole to commnce at one 11 . 014 v
~. a.. at the Er
rett 11000., In c the borough of Plain° Ilia, and to
be conducted t,l Tobias and Thou,. J. Hammer.
Administrators. It, order of the 0u rt
tuyi!iibid A. 1.. llyl.ooKY. Clerk.
WOOD STREET LOT FOR SALE.
Pursuant to an order of the Orphans• Court of Al
legheny 'aunt), the undersigned, 'trustee Ito make
sale In partition, will expose to eubllc hale, on the
Tharosday, May 31.1,11466,
At o'clock, o.,that eacant LOT OF GROUND
nOtyt•te on the Ea: side of Wood street,adjoining
the St. Charles Hotel. commenting at the distance
of eighty-tit e feet .001.1orardly front Third street.
and haring a front of nineteen feet on Wood atreet,
and eskruding back still feet: late the property of
Lafayette Winettiddle, deceased.
For further partiCulars. apply to
THOS. SWING, Trustee,
Or to A. M. BROWN, Attorney,lsS Fourth street,
No. Ile Fifth street.
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT &VE-
T TION. —On NAT OUIJA Y AFTERNOON, June
24, at 'A o'clock, on the premises, near the !sharp.-
burg Bridge, and ou the line of the ettlzerw• fan
seeaer Rahway and Allegheny Volley Road, ad.
loin - leg residence of A. hell). Esq., will he sold
the s aluable property of Capt.Snt viz:
fourteen building loth, 'routing on Citizens' Fes
cengur Railway, We feet by IOU: one barge lot IFS
by :SOO, on Which Is erected n substantally built,
modern style, two story brick dwelling. finished
throughout In the best possible manner, containing
cloven rooms; dm, a two story frame stable and
carriage house; elm. a summer kitchen and War.
Imehe ; groundh laid out with gravel walks, with a
quntit) of choice !Telt trees. shrebbetT, go. AlSo.
toolots below the Allegheny Valley Railroad, each
$OO feet remit, and exumding to low water Mark.
This property shroud receive special attention, It
betegof cosy serum. Terms easy.
Inyito T. A. IiefiI..ELLAISD, Auctioneer.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.—On
.14- FRIDAY MORN IND, dune Ist, at 10 o`clOcli
111 be sold the entire furnishment of dwelling No..
41 Seventh street, romprlsing Spring Scat bent,
N alma Sofa Seat Chess, Itoeker to match Mahog
any Sofa heat Chairs, Lounges, High' nd Low Post
Bedsteads, one set of Cottage Furniture,
Oil cloths, Blinds, Stove and fixtures . Glamand
thmeneware..tc., de. This entire lot of Furniture
Is in good condition, having been In use but O. short
time. (myibti T. A. MCCLELLAND. Aunt.
()USES AND LOT ON WEBSTER
A.A. Si'., SECOND WARD, ALLEHFIENY, AT
A UCTION —W ill be sold on the premises, on SAT
CROAT, Juno tld, at 10 o'clock, the Brick House
No. IM 'Webster street. containing 1 rooms and ball,
and the holes on the name lot, fronting on Asylum
lley. containing 4 rooms. The lot is 21i by 110 feet.
To be sold in one lot. 'Corms at sale. '
myso A. LEILIGATE. duct.
ORSES AND DIUGGT AT ADC
TION,--On THURSDY MORIN at 11
o'clock, at Masonic/tail Au A ction Rao N lms, G,
57 Fifth street, will ilo sold, a pair of well matched
Mares, broken to barn...moue Mack Mare sell broke
to either saddle or hornets: one good stout Family
Bone. Also, one Too Buggy, in good condition.
mph., T. A. MeCLELLANI.I, Auct•r.
TO ROUSE BUILDERS
STOVES, GRATES AND RANGES.
We respectfully Invite the attention of the public
to our extensive moiety of COOKINti IfTOVIM,
GRATE FRONTS, FENDERS, COOKING RANG
Hieg recently Increased o. faelliti. for man
ufacavturing the above articles and greatly Improved
our styl. of URATE I , llo.Nityr Inisticed one
of the BEST CUOKINI.I RAN to be ad In the
comtennity, we Ask Ski In need of anytit ID our
line of baldness to give us a call.
3ERMOSSEEIX-Ma eel CIO.,
No. 235 LIBBItTXBTILEJLT, hiallafeetniere ofAbe
Celebrated T11111M.1.11 and BLACK UAll. COOK
Bad Noset4Dat 41.ffiesolr,
Na n 81. CIL& al., mar Bwrititak23l4o.
H. P. 132.111614M81EL5, Civil linenon.
Residence, No. 12 Ray street.
WELDON & KELLY,
W. It. LEAS
Gas and Steam Fitters,
AND BRASS FOUNDERS
A large a.„,, t , r0
Chandeliers and 11,,, ekets, Lead
Pipe, Pumps, Sheektead,
161 Wood Street, near Sixth.
Private Families and Hotels
Can lx furnished with Leal goal-ILT of
HYDRANT HOSE AND ETES
AT SEIORT EST N(YrICE AND BEST TERSIS,
Nos. 122 and 129 First Street,
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
No. 167 Smithfield Street.
GIS IND STEAM FITTING,
HYDRANTS. IRON PUMPS.
SHEET L E .D iuT
LEAD PINTA.. BASINS.
WATER CLOSETS AND WASHSTANDS.
NIN7I73IIIMTSSI cC GICO.,
(Sussessors Co Addy & Ewes.,)
my 7 :ea No. 105 Wood .t., Pitt gough, es.
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
BATH TUBS SINKS, WATER CLOSETS
WASH BASINS, WISE STANDS,
lay draulie 11.41,m.5.
Bra. Work f kinds; Block rim i TOD.
I .contains; ,-o Mods of On. and Leather Bop:
Ho. Pipe, nonolloirs; lass I . lpc and FLscorea,ogaill
descriptions' kept conatrantiv oo hood At
Addy, Willliams & Barticy's
BEAVER STREET, MANCHESTER
N. B.—All kinds of repairing done promptly.
All orders by mall immediately attended to.
I iiIIINDING GAS AND STEAD
PITTINU, 11l ALL ITS Iiff.ANOBBB%
Carelially attended to B experienced nod practise
workmen. A tine assortment or
GAS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH TUBS.
onetantly on ❑and andlnade to order.
. TATE & SEVILLE,
eft, so F llggilll'AfPlTutil e fiP, rIW w. g b
m 411 Amrdly
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &e
M e rf/M l a li NoThane Nry
superior stock of
1 091=11. 6 3BIEMDT Gt.
Of ol or o u r lart . lon :421e s verrar d. ad e gg mita ;
2l feet 'ride.
PLANO AXD TABLE C OVILES—Every lazed In
NRANTII BATOlit-From the tbtein quality to the
Ic ZaF r AItiATTLNO, COCOA AND AtAN'llle
McCALLUM BROTHILUES.A. , ; A
Fannerly W. 1). &H. MeCanute'''. 1
WE OFFER THE LARGEST
Stock in the West of every
thing in the line of Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Damask, Reps and
Lace Window Curtains. Gold
Bordered and Plain Window
Shades, Table and Piano Cov
ers, of our own importation, at
the Lowest Prices reached since
the war. A line of Scotch In
grain Carpets, of our own im
portation just received---very
handsome--never offered in this
country before—and at prices
based on the present rate of Gold
MoPABLAND & COLLINS,
71 & 73 Fifth Street, 2d floor,
Nee r*. building to 11. B. Custoinliouse and Postale*
T. WHITE co.„ .
U NDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Collin Matunastitasteeeter Livers Stable.
learaerea antelela and Martian street&
Hearse and Carriage. thrulsbed. nolOdyd
COFFINS 1 COFFINS! •
11141.110 6 / I .lllr 1 lILETALLICI
HOBERT WILLIAIin, Vadertalter,
Ottlee, No. 1$ FOURTH STRZZT.
Undertaking to all Us branches Main
laying oat and furntahing eremning natal:7 'rd %
tharoper Interment, promptly attended to.
splendid Hearse and Carriages always en
b.-4 at reasonable terms:
No 1.1 Fourth stiWtalturlth,Paa' 'COFFINS of
all k do, CILAFILN. 1145; Sad everednice=
of Funeral Froth UOCkl. Itlll2llDed.
Ja CODUMEW 'TIMMS BEng Jatab
Miller Zao. • Third
11.1 g 4 z fit o 'Ai %rellzi
J. Nraazsxasrmspo, osiz..,
iziMT, I nYY
-, BURKE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -,.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Pacific, Globe and Liberty Oil Works,
Ample Eitorage for Crude and Refined Oil. Libig- t
al cashAtiValle. made on consignments of Crude or 1,
Refined Petroleum. Yards forstorage and slap- 1
mem of Crude OIL at Lawrenceville.
Dirk,. and W archon , Corner of Duquesne Way S
and Hancock street, Pittsburgh. myleialq
PST2II JAS. Y. SITCLWIT.
KEEL & RITCUART,
Flour, Grain, Seeds, Mill Feed, &c. •
:14.9 LIBERTY JT REM
PITTSBURG IL PA.
Comm &sato ea Merchant,
d iw e i li ft, i ;
„ L k I , '" 1.1 1;111F, T f .. tl i e ' 2l i ti ' ' Zl ß k ° ll 6 .e,
aDd .1„ -- ,,ouoi.e.e Warehouse and Ofeee,` . p.o.
`.""`" .`"'" c Teo. ET. Swest,e to be bad.
Conalgrancalasuticited. .7 12,1 . d p'
OW ENS, KENN t.DIF kr. HARPER, ;
111W131,10E Ci1313111,,L0N MICIICIIANTS, use.
Weelesple Dealers la Vull.E.ltiN AND DUN k,ITIO
PHUITs, SALT, FLOUR. MITTEA, Eties , r 0 ".
TATUES, ro., and An rosialutu and rroduce grii•
orally, ,o. 76 FEDERALSI IDL6T. oppoette the ,
Railroad Depot, A LLEOURfteI, ' A.
Agents for the sale OR. Y. 1. litte•s, Dolmen A P.
Ethrours and_ J. Kare's Salt.
w 0.,). ..... .
W J. STEEL & tiltou
P1L1 . 11.114 E I'O*III24.SjON
AINItCIIAIIITS, receive cud sell Fleur, Corn Meal,
Vats arid Corn. Beans, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Cbee , o4
Faet horn, (11l Hart
Lime. had, sc.., .I.e. ParUcular attentibu P palei to
the tale of Foreign and Domestic. itrella, lie. 138
Third *trees, Pittsburgh. Pk.. (18.1014
IliAnisEB C. BAI.SLEY, Produce
and Columniation Merchant, Waruhuute No. 231
LIBERTY liTittlET, Pittsburgh, Pa. Wholesale d
dealer le Butter, Cheese, Lord. Eggs, Pork, lon,
Beans, Tallow, Feathers, Brooms, otatoes, HUM-.
ley, anted Fruit*, Oreeu Pruitt ' onions, Floor. g
O m ni, Clover heeds, Timothy ho rde, Flax deeds.
Name and Poultry. Particular atteution giver, to
Produce Couslgumetits. mmullt
Alii. m'netni d S. ANHUI
M ' BASE & ANIEM, COMMISSION 't
MERCHANTS and dealers h, viAiu It, GRAM
and ritoDucE, ik.vona b..twon ROO.l wd
Thos. rorran ..... JON N 816.214 8. A. adWrPARD
'JOTTER, AMEN & SIIEPA.B.D
and S ° :ntrel'rnit,"M"::: if d tt dv r,' l M::scr,'F r rAl
I'osBBBol and produce generally. No. WO LIBERTY
STREET, opposite Paarenger Depot,
W. Cl7Lr. OTIS 841.P.,...D
& SHEPARD, Commission 1
Merchants and dealers In Flour, Grain and Pro- f
duce, No. all Liberty strut. Pittaburgh.
Choice brands of Flour for Baton and Family um
constantly on hand. Particular attention pald-t0
Ailing order star Merchandise generally. oday t•
ATICEE, BAIRD &. PAT'PON,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants, an
dealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese , Flab.
Carbon and Lard Oil, lron, Nails, Olasa, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh ufactures generally
13 and 114 Second street. Pittsburgh.
WV. P. DSCCk runs. KIT oos.L
WIZ. P. BECK Si. CO, No. ISIS or
street, Plttobnrgh. la. lionised°
Grocors,ro l amlasion Ater chew,. and dealers to Coun
try Produce, ProvLslons 110000 Lore, Butter, Eno,
Cheese, Flab so., FrOdoce, Flour, Grain, liew - 4 ,
Green and Dried Fruits. to., flan and Lime. jr:
P. AZTllliat J. Si. 1LETM.1ta......W.Y. D. Bin.
rtETICIER Sr. BROS., (Successor/
Romer & Anderson, Wholesale Deal".
algal Fruits, Ruts and dplees, Confeetlone
Fireworks, do., Nos. FM and Cl. Wood d
KKNOX & SON, C
MILL PEED and PlLD'''
Diamond, oppoolte C . •
FOR BIIIIIIMO, •
Of the Newest htyles of CASSIStEHE
000118, which we arc selling al Oar LOWEST MA
igrAu early call le respectfully 8°11011441 by
REMY G. ILULE,
NORTHIOSIEt 01 PRNA 3 8L ME MUM
Dellres to return th.ks to Ids friends and the pub
110 generally for then liberal patronage, and would
reapeetfully inform them that he has Jaen, return
ed from the Eastern markets with a logo andorell
'elem.d stock of
Fine Woolen Goods,
irm u t a t i e v d itt? ratTLEsnms sktigQ,
THE BRADBURY, NEW rOIIE.,
Schomacker I Co., Philadelphia,
1: 1 I AL. CO Ey,.
The Estey & Co.'s Cottage Organ,
AND AMERICANDRCAN. .
Acknowledged by the best untainit talent to the
United Mates to be superlortotoallothell la power,
puritr a and quality of tote, and thorough work
ntsettstnunents have for ears Math thw
gane i r d eor t fi r all ent l er
ri ten, t r e the - !wAls
than others. All warranted roe gre y geors. r
WANEILIIIII, ' . 2 , 8.11111,
No. 12 St, Oak Street, Pittaliegli„
swrues sTo9 - 8 the '
Knobs) & Co.'s and Hiiinesißro%
myl2 111 l street. Bola Mgenti•
$2,200 mm rataust
MinxCaN..l:pl73;ix a m a xzw And
LOT 211 by $4 en chanters street, Allegheny
City. For Anther partittedays, entittlie-or
2 9T0 r 44 Sq!***:7ollol4F i 2etit,
47 St. Clair Street.
PIANOS ORGAN z "Bro.
A TWO STORY