The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, June 27, 1866, Image 2

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PENNIMAN, REED & CO
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T. P. HOUSTON.
JOSIAH KING. - !Business Maussers
NELSON P. RILED
NESDAY, JUNE 27. 1880
'REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.
- - YOU IkIuVIERMOR . :
MAJ.r. JOHN W,CEARY,
OUXBERLA.AD COUNTY.
sinrairrtil
SLAIIICLIS. OMELET, :City.
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JOHN G. ago pton Tp
0 A 'CLXIMVI cotru,
LLEXAMDES DP.A, elty.
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10.11 T 19111VELY City.
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JOSEPH H. GRAY "Um Tp.
CO3MISSION6II:
GEORGE ELLIIIIILTON, City.
DIUTZTOII OT TWA:
JOHN F. pi* A VO. Mean Tp.
ASSIOUILT:
JOIIII P. GLANS, City.j
GE.OIII6IE WILSON, Pitt Tp.
GEORGE T. XiiKEIC. - NOrtli Fayette Tp
fiILIEUEL CIELELDWIcIi.. Colima Tp.
WILLLLatat JPSTIIB, Roes Tp.
B. A. OOLVILLE. City.
,COL. VORNEVS SPEECH
On Friday last COI. Jona W: FORNF.Y
delivered an address before a large audi.
coal of ladies and gentlemen, assembled in
the Court Rouge, in the borough of Leban
on. His theme was the present aspect of
national affairs; and on It he spoke with
the freedom and hohluess which are con
spicuous traits of his character. He avowed
himself unmistakably against the Policy of
the President, which tends to remit the po
litical power of the government into the
hands of the raen who sought the destruc
tion of - the Union. - 'Re gave in his mile.
talon to the Congressional Scheme of It,
construction; although he indicated a per
sonal inclination to something more, and
in the direction of impartial suffrage.
At the close of the address he avowed
himself a candidate for the United State,.
Senate to. fill the vacancy to be made by
the expiration of the term of Mr. EDGATI
Cowart: Ile said.
"My name having been suggested as a
candidate for the United States Senate at
the close of the term which expires on the
4th of March, 1867, it is proper that my
opinions should be known, and I think
every aspirant for the same high honor
should be called upon explicitly to define
his own position. lam vain enough to be
hove that I am qualified to discharge the
duties of a Senator froni Pennsylvania."
Upon this frank and manly statement we
have several observations to make. •
1. We have desired the question ot
United States Senator should not be mixed
up-with the current canvass. Not that we
have deemed- the presentation of claims,
aspirations or preferences as intrusive at
this time; but because we have conjectured
that sharp competition at this earlyperiod
might endanger future harmony, and, per.
haps, expose to - 80112 e risk the chances "I
beim; able to control the election when We
time for choice should arrive.
E. We believe that every aspirant for the
Senatorship should put himself on the re•
cord, so far especially as relates to the
paritmount issue now presented forsolutiou.
Notthat we desire to force candidates to the
avowal of yiewa altogether coincident with
our own; but in order that it may appear
whether or not they represent the average
convictions and• purposes of the Republi
can party. Any man who either conceals
the ground on which he stands, or fails U
let his position he known, ought, and will,
be counted oat.
We like the candor -with which the
Colonel, not simply admits he would like
to be Senator, but asserts his consciousness
of ability rightly to discharge the duties 01
that high office. In his case this is not
vanity or egotism. He has measured intel
lectual Strength with many eminent men,
and has taken, by active competition, the
gauge of his own capacities. Ile is not
mistaken in his Judgment of himself.
4. -Slum this - question of the Senatorship,
against, Jur wishes, has been brought up so
prominently for consideration that it can
not be put aside, we shall take an early oc
casion to presentorte or more aspects of it.
ABSORPTION OF MEXICO
Any intelligent man, looking at the map
of the American Continent, will see why
souls of our countrymen arc inclined to
plead for the aconisition of a slice . of Mcxi
can territory. - Chihuahua, Sonora, Lower
California, and perhaps Sinaloa, hold such
geographical positions us to present temp
tation for their capture or purchase. Per•
sons who consider fully the growth of this
republic, and the tendencies developed in
its expansion, cannot doubt Altai at some
future period, and that not far distant, these
provinces will fall into our possession.
This consideration explains, to a large
extent, why members of Congress commit
themselves to the policy of making a loan
to theinnemnt administration of the Mex
ican repnblic,., Bince the suppression of
the rebellion, the) do not apprehend den;
gar .to the Union from the proximity 0
monarchical institutions. Nor do the 3
cherkh the delusion thUt any government
the Mexicans may set up, or that may be
established over them—and least of all, one
republican in substanco ttisikit a's In form
—will put na.end to the chronic- curitationi
and insecurity of Mexican society. Notb
ing less than a most stringent military des
potism can hold the disordered passions
and appetites of that wretched people in
subjection, nd even trench and Austrian
interveution, have proved insulllciont to
maintain such a rube. There seems to be
nothing left for the Mexicans but to debase
and consume themselves in internal dissen
sions and fratracidal conflicts.
thiff proceSs is going on
certain, American statesmen are planning
to lay the basis of a claim which shall re
sult In territorial -indemnity. In this pro
ject wo-domotsympathize. The burden of
the public indebtedness presseaheavily ou
the shoulders,of our people.
~.liilembers of
Congreaitrive become accustomed to Vote
millions where formerly they voted thous
...* -me facility esubcheerfainesa with
which large sums have been provided by
the people, Wyatt, prestuuption,
Calcula
tions suggested by common prudence, of
commercial embarrassments and itrialieiai
rel./Anions; are put aside as inspiration of
timidity if not of cowardice. It is thought
to be only a trifle to squander fifty millions
of,dollars upon; the.,leaders 01 faction in
ilinikO,tiinit take the oluinces of ultimately
obtaining ,satisfaction at the point of the
bay,onet, .We had rather keep the fifty
millions and. yan the chance of acquiring
wind ieriiporymre need when occasion for
it; itittriaPy arises.'"
_ _
lig exhorts the. Nortl , -
: c:ll,fi calls 131° - "democratic"
"deMocrat and
to change i *"'" ""
Lafd become eynonYinbPs
h°4° ar; the nitude
terms—dell-1% Govern
mentsowardi-ge•- slimed bY_ ... t b . a .P : art) ,{l li ni , to atm / t t. it in
the public mind
Puu-aal melt-4a* ``
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SOMOW- . probable ; Ibis 141 4
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come- -
taken . D9° - •
will gist lie
ifkffiii g `RlCl9i4trlirob ,
t aoOll,loite
lent it in7a4etha h
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pkic 'st 4 l ?•••! 4 • ,• • ,
GEL MOORHEAD.
In speaking of this gentleman's qualifi
cations for Congress, Mr. GNAT SAV. , TEIt
holds the following editorial language in
his "Republic" of yesterday's emission:
"In this learning, so essentially Impor
tant to the proper diss'lt rge of the duties
of a Congressman, our Representative Gen.
Moorhead, is most lamentably deficient. It
is very probable that he has not read the
history of many nations, ancient or mod
ern, much less given years of careful and
critical study to an analysis of their pecul
iar institutions, the reasons for their laws
and institutions, the causes of their pros
perity, or the manner, mode or instrumen
talities which 'worked-..their decay and
RmplOYed in - early and middle
life in the more congenial, and ltatassing,
and debasing pursuits of "money making,
a knowledge of political ethics has remain ,
ed to him as profound a mystery as would
he now the problem or its demonstration
of the ' , pun." acinorunt.- 1
Let us apply this sort of logicto "Gnat."
Employed in early and middle life in the
more congenial and debasing pursuit of
tallow chandler—now proudly exultant over
the triumph of his skill in the production
of the wonderful saponacious combi
nation known as Sawyer's Chemical Era
sive Soap, and anon appearing in his favo
rite &erecter of the "Woman's Friend,"
and even at this hour a burly knight of
Pots and Pearls, what knowledge can lie
possibly have of political ethics or of the
duties or requisite qualifications of a mem
ber ei the National Congress? Having
none of the learning essential to a just es
timate of men, but being lamentably defi
cient therein, how dOes he thus brazenly
assume to judge for others, who is best fit
ted for "dip," "mould," "star," or "ada
mantine" iu %he political firmament? Con
fessedly ignorant of all save his great oleag
inous speciality, (wherein we bow to the
suprotancy of his genius,) by what right or
with what propriety does he assume to be
an "editor" and a competent teacher of the
people? Has he himself read the history of
niany nations ancient or modern—saving
always "ye Historic of ye foul Kyngs,"
and that of ancient and modern Greve
Ras Mr. SAWYER given years of careful
and critical study to an analysis of politi
cal institutions or have his researches been
chiefly given to the properties and phenom
enon of borax and stearine? Is he more
familiar with the manner, modes and in•
strumentalities which work the downfall of
nations, or with the climatic causes which
lead to the decay of virtue in the "woman's
friend," or the downfall of price in genu
ine Rosin? Can he demonstrate wherein
the modern pontoon wherewith he is
essaying to bridge the chasm between
the ports osinortim differs materially Irons
loyalty and disloyalty?
These, we trust, pertinent and insane-
rive inquiries suggest their own answers,
and we would affectionately caution the ed
itor of the Republic against venturing upon
such recondite topics hereafter. As these
arc some inventions, which being taught,
may and do oft return to plague the inven
tor himself!
Cumberland Preabytarlwt
EDITORS PITTSBURG El GAZETTE
your issue of last Monday morning you
publish, upon the authority of the Waste r n
Cumberland Presbyterian, that the recent
action of the above named Assembly,
wherein it was resolved that no opinion
with regard to slavery or the rebellion was
expressed, was "alike satisfactory" to the
delegates in that body from the North and
the South.
While the GAZETTE no doubt quotes cor
rectly from the Protbyterian, and is at no
fault at all in the matter, yet it is very
strange that such a statement should be
made by the lrestern: Upon the. adoption
of the resolations the "yeas and nays"
were ,called, and almost every member
from the North voted "no," and was so re
corded upon the minutes; and yet they are
represented as being alike satisfied with
the Southern members!
In regard to the action of the Assembly
In question there is a deep and widespread
dissatisfaction in the churches of tho North;
indeed„ the ; prevailing, sentiment in this
partof the Church is, that us the question
of slaver* and rebellion were again brought
ut the discussions of the Assembly, that
;edy, as a matter, of duty and faithfulness
to God, to Ilis truth, and to our country,
should have most &via/nen:ly re-affirmed
the righteous deliverances of 1504 and
I SG:i.
Nothing loss than this, under the circum
stances, we think, ought to have satisfied
:my friend of other "God" or,"Cie-iar, "
'Respectfully yours,
1=233
—The name of Andrew Sherman, editor
..f the Chicago Journal, has been placed on
the slate of the Illinois ring for Postmaster
of Chicago.
—Generals I"rank Blair and 3lcelernund
arc stamping the State for the Conserva
tives, (Price's rebel army;) Governors
Stone, of lowa, and Oglesby, of Illinois,
for the Radicals.
—Them it likely to be a pretty hot con
test for the Union Congremeimal nomina
tion in the First District of Minnesota. Mr.
Windom is. understood to be a candidate
for a re-flbmination, while ex-United States
Senator Wilkinson, Governor Armstrong,
lion. J. V. Daniels, Hon. G. E. Colo, col.
11. G. Rogers, and several other aspirants;'
are in the field.
—There have been a large number of
Union Gounty and District Conventions
held in lowa, during the past two or three
weeks, and in no instance has there been a
proposition submitted to endorse "my.
policy ;" and in sustaining the action of
Congress the unanimity among , true ReJ,
publicans is as decided and general as it
was for sustaining the Government when
threatened by the arms of rebels and trai
tors and the peace principles' of the Four.'
years-of-failure party.
—At the Congressional Convehtiou of
the Second District of lowa, held on Fri
day last,
.after the re-nomination . of Ron.
iiiram Price, the 'following among other
resolutions were passed :
"That the reconstruction of the States
lately in rebellion belongs, through their
Representatives in - Congress, to the people
who have subdued the rebellion and, pre
served the nation, and . nbt to the Es ecu
live alone.
'...That in the firm and manly adherence
of the Union party in Congress to the above
principles, we recognize the only safety of
tits nation, and we hereby pledge to Con
gress our continued and earnest support
and sympathy."
A MAJESTIC REBEL.—A person named
Bagley, proclaiming himself an ex-confed.
orate officer, takes thb trouble to contra.
dict, through one of the Galveston papers,
a report that some general olileer stopping
at one of the hotels, had solicited and re
ceived an appointment from the President.
Bagley writes:
"I believe I can say for Gen. Evans
(Ball's Bluff Evans) as for myself that we,
have at no time held any intercourse with
persons of the vocation to am
informed, Mr. Johnion belongs, except in
relation to the malting or repairing of
clothes."
It is suggested that Bagley must have ap
plied- for ion and go( snubbed:
—From a liatamoraa letter in the Cin
cinnati Commercial we collate the follow
in b' :
A picturesque sight, morning twtd-even
ing, at Davis and Camargo, are the ttuiner r .
Pus bathers, man and women, sporting in.
the Rio Grande and San Juan: 'WM*
bathing. the women veil their channainly
with a thin wrapper, tied by 'the 'aTerSires
about the throat, and many.opilecir cireogg
of even that preatutiod. Cwkttua in this
whnn climate is leWpnidieh; let I and told
Ibien.i9.no more lack 9E virtue among t h e
lower , grdet's Jtera that( eltiewhepa4 . ; The
jejilistAthitr.: very youilig74 . ramluy ctk:
Atteetaleara otaga:' , . „
,
Valuation, - pf root Clitat;°44
~.Tha'acits; ,43440,000,1XXV1V t
MemPlkil thlt..s43fitim.r - - IdanY,-:COmPLalu, to
$17,m0,0 but 6, MeNt i of 414efsgor591k;
.za t o made , nittakie°lt'')J
ewer by lltaumb that price.
biady to•buY " •
GENERAL NEWS
—Dogs are being drstwned at the rate of
an hundred per day Sy the authorities of
New York.
—Two young girls in Memphis tried to
frighten a companion by holding her on
the railroad track as a train was approach ,
ing. The fright didn't kill her, but the en
gine did.
—A German girl at Mt. Palestine, lowa,
was taken front her house, a few night sago,
by four men, whose faces were blackened,
' stripped of all her clothing, and tarred and
feathered. The act is believed to have
been instigated by her adopted mother, out
of sheer spite.
—The eldim agents are preparing for the
golden harvest. One of the principal firms
in Washington is expecting to realize a
fortune by collecting claims under the new
bill. About half the estimated amount,
unless the negroes are very careful, will go
into the pockets of these sharpers.
—Thurlow Weed-is in Washington. It
is presumed that his business there is to ar
rage for a National Convention of the peo •
pie as proposed and advocated lately in
the New York Times, whereby the country
at large is to declare between Congress and
the President, or failing to do either, to in
dicate some new programme for complete
re-union.
—ln the Common Pleas Court of Colum
biana county, Ohio, Rev. 0. M. Todd and
wife, of New Lisbon, have recovered
$2,500 damages from Robert Whitacre for
circulating reports derogatory to the lady's
chastity. The New Lisbon Buckeye State
says the fact that Mr. Todd was pastor of
the Presbyterian Church in that town, and
the energy with which the defense strove
to sustain the justice of the slanderous
charges, excited intense interest, and gath.
cml the largest audience that ever attend
ed a trial in the county.
—lt is said that Gov. Hamilton, of Tex
as, is now in Washington to express his
disapprobation of the poltey of the Admin•
istration. He is expected to make a speech
shortly, in which he will take the follow
ing stand. "That Union men without the
protection of bayonets in the South, are
liable to persecution and persotud injury;
that the election for Governor, now coot
ing oil' in a few days, iu which Throck•
morton is known to h sure of success, will
more than ever eueourage iusult and 'nal
ace towards the Unionists.
'BROWN'S TERMIFUGE COM
FITS. i,lt %V , LICNI I.o7.Etiti —NIIOI • lel ne.s -
chlAren luui 111 , 1,111, a ttribete.l to
other causes. Cr, oeranloned b) arenas. Ibe V KR
NI COSIFITs.•• alttsough efleetual Itt.lestroy
luga °rms. eau do no posltiv thr most
delicate Thl, valuable sow blnatiou has twos
sueceNsfully usel by phynlelans. and found to ta
safe null 1.111, Co enstlle•tlns wortns. 11 , 1111U1 Is
( . 11110nou liming worms rt.qt.ttru MU,
(lon, m neglect or the :mourn, oat prolong
etletc.knem.
„thlyto nof w.,ins lit chlldren Are often over
looked. Worn, 111 the biumach Awl bowels eause
irritation whlcli cats he rt .kht, toy the nse or
•ure iemedy. The cona , lnAllvh 01 litgre,llente
irsed lit making 'S '•N” It M I
FITb" Is Auch II.G to glet thy be, 1 , 01111 1 1 t
with sarel.
Sold wholcs.Tile an.l retail In i'llt,burgh, At 1 , 1.1.:111-
IMPS Drug and rater, Medicine 1 , 011.1, No 5*
Martel street. le2s:llrw
'NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
8LVG1114.1,1, Jr., Adams Express Uffice,
34 klrth street, is on authorized Agent to receive
Adreratementa for the GAZETTE, and all other
papers throughout the United States and the
Canada..
p RENT,
Vu THIEL) trrimm, within four minute* walk of
the Post °ince. In a private funny. for further
particulars. enquire at lints °lift,. ieniiel2
ROOMS TO RENT.
PAItAFFINE.
TWO LARCE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
lucality....ollabln for Sim,
lug spartmoute, or a mall 1401117. Gas (.4rl/1,414:.1
without eztrn charge. Euqulrr al prrmlac, N. , .
Hay street,
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
A TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE,
A
wlt.ll parlor. dlnitor room. kitchen and al% foot
ball on drat Moor; (one bol chambers on the second
Moor. Wash house,oven and hydrant at kitchen
Soar, Lot Is by 7,t feet.
Itnoulro on the pretulms. 4 0 LIOB.IITY 15TIMET.
A Ilee s betw
• .. Je27:em_
INFORMATION WANTED.
INFORMATION IS WANTED OF
VARNEY MM.:NAN. formerly of Philadelphia;
who `
tocam LW' , CIO front Froeport, Pa. He l•
supposed obe working somewhere In the lower
this t. art otly AI =Or l. i ti;to d ro ' r. ' n " a a t r l ' O ' o will In•
thankfully received by his wife.
residence, o ppoalte and a little the
Pearl Hotel, Penn el.. hth wart. Pitt•. ler:e
OFFICE Or eil../.1 , 000 11t L COM, NI ,
Pittsburgh, June la ISM.
NOTICE IS HJEREB (LIVEN to
all delinquent /Stockholders that unless the as.
acsament of Ten l'er t ent. for additional working
mtpita4 Ins agreed on at is me of Storkholders
on the ti ll, low, for which themeser% e stock will
be Issued., shall be paid within thirty days from
this date, so much os the steak. of the Bald dello
quer.. as will be required to pay mud lOnemarleett
owl necessary expenses attending the sale. as pro
vided by law, will at that time be cold.
Hy ... order of the lioard of Itireetor,
J. ivalA Kali ALL. Treaaurer.
e.. try ue AL1...11r, V. I
J se
WHARF IMPBOTEMENT.--Seal
• vd proposal,. will La•. rec. , 11,41 at tole “u
-I.ll.,lNturalay, Jul) WI.
or
grading Ulm, part..
cu
e• Wharflyinal In front or Morgan, ttmot.ttam
ue
%%aim, upon Liao ,ralla ental.ll-fleol ilia
11101 nit , ll‘,l water
Pirrsinraun
be 1111181 g to i.e co% er. , l nl,l, .•Iglit.4,li luelivas
!tolling KM Blac. or other material equal to .lag.
1-4.parato bid. per rnflr yard) will In reee.l v.•diCtr
the earth ulling and the .I.r.
-
!Udders art requestr4 M elate tin price psynble
in Cssli: elno. tbn prier pa 1,1114 in tho loon4l-. of the
city,redretnaislF. In 1%.-nty v4-ar, with reel
poo aide n1 . 1131.111.11111.11y Lk.' 111, of 7 reut.
11 tilreci lon of Ow prr
Cvnonitter c.n Wharvre and
1..111.11ngi. . IL. FLIAN.II4,
4 it controller
REMOVAL OF THE
HORSE 11111.13.R.E1',
I=l2
lE=
The fll'EN INO SALIN 10 I .tan rurner on lOLID A 1
•Your 79th. and to contluut EVER 1 Y and
CYMNASTICS.
TIIE SEMI -
Tl(' ESTE:III'A IMMEST. 'by the poplin of EX
CELSIOR. INSTITUTE:, will lie given on YUMA Y
EVEN/NU, June 40, in NEVILLE :TALL. corner
Liberty and Fourth streets, len trent... on Fourth St )
Doore oyien at Ti. o'clock; ex rrel,es will commence
at N o‘clock„ L aleketa, 33 weals. Jugil:el7
11411113t1E ELECTION.--l'lme Stock
holders of the IYITTSBUIttiLI AND A LLEO li Es
N Y MILIDIIsaIIoMPAN V, (et Hand street./ arc
hereby sotlued that An election ,for President, ('i
rectors end Treasurer, to Fier,. tor Thee nseleg year,
will be held at the TOLL lit/USE. INOitTII END.)
on MONDAY, July . 2d, bet. , tea tile hoar. of le
a. M., and X r. M.
FRANK Utah SLi., Tre.urer.
825.00 REWARD.-LOST-ON
- ON
batnrilny morning, botireen b 0 Center
Avenue and the Market House,
A POCKET BOON.,
anwining. some notes . ndvsln.ble paper. . The
tler will receive the above by leaving IL at No.
MI Center avenue.
Lamed against reoelving or PulfloP eheck No.
UTION.—AII persons are eau
-1.311, on Exchange National Bank ot Pt to orun,
2 " i1t3).4 / B%4 4 == ° tt l ilira ''!
evedbAhypto blgtent
e y ar" whom
It wu
b. P&ffißE
Su be rtutendent Penns. bait Manufacturing t o.
Yi Amelia, June EL Mt
BIiEWERY FOll new
Brick gbeato lireWery, to barna. °simony, fitted'
1, In tee most modern style, with excellent. cellar
id drainage, nod rupplled with water frOgi the
ty water worksiliS situated on due fajta moat
imbile thoroughfares and best business loCations in
lobe city of Cleveland, Onto, with ansOie room on
same lot to tree, a Malt loose. Por. °articular*.
apply trr T. coLuNus,
""eland. (Ado.
FROF? BONSELL.
Teacher of Guitar Mask,
C buiseervially st,;IOII , M4N h 110INE2i,
53 Flab streel, Grow 10 La 12 n, eu., or et C. C
ALELLOIt'S. No. a 1 Wood street. from 2 to a r. a
leZte.l6
ELECTION NOTICE.—An electiolk
for Officer. of the
Birmingham & Pittsburgh Bridge Co.
be hale at thtt °Moe, south. and of the Brien,
on MONDAY, the 2tl day of Jet/ twat, at 1 o•clock,
j1:476 A. B. BTEVICNSON, clerk
JAMES M. RALPH,
.A.XtaSX•EaEICrr,
•
• .
Tvepares Exrcicyr DRAW 11111.115 and SPECII I-
A.:A.TIONSfar-lltUnts Bulltlinsne, and reperin
lends their nemllon, 0 0reasonable {WI..
oak. on ANL/KM:ION STREET. between Laeoel
Laid Itoblaimu atreata, ALLIi WIENY. 1e=;171
17 , ,UN1 SPITTOONS, also Gum Bed
rana,kinabitAldbeeting.Cmtdons, tlllows
tramme.44nd • meat violet, DUCP•ts, raute and
Leggings of the best malty: and eetenusted water
proof, tor mde wholesale tail retail, by_
• • PH/LbrYb.
3Vdosen fresh litraviberries: In tpemod e.na, prime
.Dcw,junt received said forage , by ..,"
& 111108.,
Jew - -No.. 121 had in Wood etrect.
lOTT i N-13. bales 19 arrive-a
rairtorsima6by 10,11,411,,MUK.16Y.4.414P
14:1100143110 br, `l nag
DATTTIVA
lio -.4,•- • +carl"ad to - arrive - Ito
N./ m ua t y, /MN= az:comp:it:4
Di',WIA "ri' 2 4 2 t , ' , 1 W
JAMBS T. BRADY & CO.,
CdocoessorS to B. /once tCo..j
Corner Fourth and Intod Sta.,
BANKERS 'B‘ lIROKRRS,
DZALIGEt6 IN ALL KINDS 01 ,
•
Government. Securities,
Foreign Exchange,
Gold. Silver and Coupons.
COLLECTIONS mode on all aCceoalble point. In
the United States Witt Canada.
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
J. D. RAMALEY,
DEALER IN
FINE CLOTHING,
EC=
NI)
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Agrent lot GEO. 1 - 111ZK MF-I , AL and
MOIIIIISoNIiSTAR SHIRTS.
Itemeinher thn NKK IltoN FRorip, 0 11 , 0 ,0,6
Wnyna• ntra•et. leVteM-TTS
OPEN TO-DAY
SUMMER DRY GOODS,
111=
rrmExei MORNING,
AI
W3l. SEMPLE'S,
ISO and !SR Federal Street,
To which the attention or Whole
DAY, MeABOY & SPAM.
IRON CITY 1111 E WORKS
OHM An WAREHOUSE,
Nos. 45 Wood and 102 and 104 Third S
lIIPOICTEIL U 1 AM) DEALERS IN
Saddlery Hardware and Triniming
Superior Wood and Iron flames
Wrought Post lilts, Mug Hilt. huohless Kr=him...
Wheel UK,. MuEtta Ott.. Sc., Kr. Keep al^o on
rand a ran sail complete assortment of ■hosts lu
tutu line, ell of whirl) the, offer it as fair prices,
mud on ea gum' terms as are WTI red by any house is
the tends EAST lift WEST. mr14:141
G JO( 6I• ILTNNItti. *Plan /LI. PARTNZIIN.
REUBEN WILLER, nA)l'l. IL. Kt Fat,
ciEi). W. BAKU., BA'N • L MIFF.
CHAS. I'AILLIN.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS
MILLER, BARR & PARKIN,
BEST QUALITY CAST STEEL,
Warranted qualnory in the Market
either li m p ort of DomatHo
Mannfacture.
IPECIAL ATTE:7 , II [ T c V r ka i.. l . o FINE 1001
Office, 38 Wood Street,
IN IT. CHARLES 110TF.1. OUIILIII
rtrnatunoo, Juue Mb. InCe . telfl,rl49
FIRE WORKS! FIRE WORK'
We now offer to the Trade a large and well set
ed stock of nit): WORKS for the comtng 4155, co
prising a large variety or
Colored and Plain Rockets, from I OZ. to la..
Colored andpi Plain Boman and!. , to tr. balls
UrassalsoMen . .
°
Reaps; Lied Triangles;
Itoaolles, Scrolls;
Vertical Whet: a. Saxon Wheels;
Volcanoes, Mines of Star,
Plow , r Pon, Pin Wheels;
•
L'harroh'. Serpents.t &e., ' At., Ar.,
Togetber wl ill • large yarl,:ty 11( Kli111111.1"1/ flee
from WOW to i'il. Also. • large mock of No. I V
I 'raekers ntul Torpedoed, all of which we otter at
Lowest market price.
Orders bolieltol, t wilicb prompt Mt...lomi I‘ll
ba &Peen, by ILEYMER & .111MrS.,
Nos. ISS and 12N Weed !ascot,
Solo Acts for It. r. 1ri:lbl'• celebrated Fire Work
1013,47
3LTYIIIL
Dye Sinker, Seal & Medal Engraver
STENCIL, MD AND STEEL LE?TER•CDTTER
SUPERIOR SEAL PRESSES
Cu:holding Stamps A. Vlr.ltlag Card&
Alen, PLATEN ri/lt DlAll.lolcli VLOTIIINU.
93 Wood St., Cor. Diamond AllO3
) e I
ALLEGHENY DISPENSARY
M=l
THIS INSTITUTION has been or
.- /tan !gel% LY the regular prnetledng physician/. of
Allegheny City, limier whose charge Medical Treat
ment will bn gralaltoluly ea/eluded to the poor.
The!. "ItQUAIS AT CITY II ALL, will be opened on
After alalell date someone or more of the physicist
In charge will In daily In attendance, %enders ex-
CUPlefi. ) front 10 A. it. to l% 11.. for tile P 011... of
prescribing for such indigent Venous co may desire
the I r professional err lees. 0_110.1013
11P.11.1,31Y It 2011:0102I
HEHLEIII( & JOHNSON,
RACTIO4
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters
PI'S"i`J3BIIRGFS. 3PB
All orders hy wall executud satisfactorily a
promptly attended to.
full Ilne of Bath Tubs, Pumits, Hulns, Wat
I meets, Sinks, Chamlelltra, l'undants, and U.
Mia.,m. for sale at the moat reasonalde price..
ten ded
soOrderom country patrons by mud promptly a
Clow Uose of every description. jeZlidtti
SHETLAND SHAWLS,
WII.ITE, ORR & CO.,
NOTICE'IB HEREBY 1311VE31 Mal
the co.perluersblp heretofore existing between
/MMES MARTA:LASTER and HURT bIASTIN,
doing buslmealif under the Am and style of HART
MASTER A MARTIN, was 401.0IVed WITIIWZDAY,
June 2010 Innt.. by mutest consent..
lIRNItY IiAETAatiTEIt will motile up ell the
acconnta, pay all debts of tho Arm. and collect all
the hutch.
°mt. or Cur:TROLL= Or ALTAI:6IMT CO.. }
Ilrisounon, Jana 01. 1 8 0 e!
NOTICE TO corimictons.:
will no recerrell'at Vat
on). until JULY uw, Inclusive • forerectlnvt . llßW'
WOODKN OTRUil'fUltE atrthe [triage WOO the
„North Branch or Itobimen'a Hun, Oa the that leal
log froth thttsburga Nonlentnwit, in /i01:0 Bay
cite Tomahll,.
llM=M==l
Psrtlettlars will tin furnished on utilcateaWM/
By direethin of Camay Catatorssioners.
jez„zi
wain , ILENItY LAMPIEUT. Controller
••-•
nab #frtet, between Tunnel and
• .„.
• AUNSiILTICAND•DEALERIN HARDWARE.
• tint class goods al' always au
hand and itatd at the 10w..t
. p class Repairing dole
cacataltroa ettOttllOUtte. 1tp;1499
336 Liberty Street,
A Large Assortment or
said and Retail Dealers Is
respectfully directed
clog
STEPHEN M. OTT,
(MIOVEDVIIVIKWESTI.L)
Monday Next, June 26th,
Fifth Street 6:tension
Berage Shawls,
Sea Adtle Shafts
1313 N•ifth Elltrocrt.
- INT COT IC L.
11XNEY dAirrateavig.
HENRY DIAIITIN.
~~t:1:'~:~t,~•i:31f~i:)~~' , t 3 i:YM:~~~F;r►'.' :\il'/al:ilYi.`lBl~~t:d.`YY:~
J. D. RA.BIALKEY,
334 Liberty Street,
Dealer to all kinds of
Soots and Shoes.
eiwas• on hand s large and varied a•sonmem 01
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
CUSTOM MADE SHOES AND GAITERS,
Of the anent New York Manufacture
And at Lower Prices than Down Towi,
Ramon.lner the FOUR LA K WISE DOWN oppo
to Wayne Street. jer:eV:rr,
VOLEY'S CELEBRATED GOLD
['ENS,
Gunn Perelia Pen Holders, all Mi..,
Blank Books, Cheek Books
Time Rooks, Merit,
Rlauk Book: of every de.cription
llatloucrp. Fancy luk Stand.
VautcnerA. Letter Clips
Letter I , lle*, Invoice 1t001....te,
MYERS, SCHOYER & CO.,
COAL MINES FOR SALE.
The valuable Cool 1111 Iles Ow tied by the houthern
Coal Mining Company. ...muted In nhelby county.
Ala— twelve miles nortlomat of Montevallo, and
one a half nt des from the North and South ItalPoad
(now Inrunning tinter to into burnt). and one-'luny'
ter of a mile from the Unmet: goad to the Red
Mountain Coal MMus. are now ofterrd for sale.
Tlowe mine: , have rave been Its tuber .ful opera
tion for .come rears, arl• Uetua Ow heart t -
mineral region of the State. and are only gl ty-Ilre
milts by rail from echos, from whence there le
water transport Minn to the (lull.
There la not In the United States abetter oppor
tunity lor a cafe sod profitable luveatment In the
Coal basin...
Ono bait rash, and the balance at the expirallo
T
six mouths, without Interest or. our-sixth wi t h
ti the balance to Inonthly payments, with
Sul Interest.
G. RI. McCONNICO,
A e..liicx of IL. O. word.
J. D. RAIVIALEY,
334 Liberty Street,
•
FASHIONABLE HATTER
And Dealer lo all kinds of
Er..,corsai 8112 D 08Pt3,
YOB HEN, BOYS AND CIIILDBEI
The Newest Styles always on
hand and at the Lowest Prices.
Look out for the till' It LA lilt WIN in/Wti. op
posite %NATI.. ,trnr•t.
LIPPINCOTT & BAKE ELL,
No. 118 Water Street,
PATENT POOTH
CIRCULAR. MULAY
SILL AND CROMS-CUT
1866. SPRING RATS. 1866
McCORD Sr, CO.,
131 WOOL, STREET,
Wish to call special attention L• their Info an.
splendid .toot of
Hats, ac., for Spring and Suns
neer Wear,
•
FSadlois 17/cia-lotir.
UAIIIEN• HORSY% YACHTS, IiEASIDF-S, Etc
(HEST'S lost BOYS' SAHATI)IAS, ••lIOW
THAT'%,•• HICHIHTONS, HUSHES*, MOUTHS
LIEUHIS, HEMS. &0., &e.
OTILA 3 / 4 001I1)O. of every doerriptlon, to milt
toßles. JoaOdO
GREAT- BARGAINS
C. SFi c C7rlsl',
124 Federal street, Allegheny City
We alter our stoat at great bargains, consnting of
❑INN ETS. HATS, PLOWEIL, ttlillNtS, and
everything in the AtILLINE.N.Y LINN. Alan, nil
and CLOTH SACQUES and Ittal39U En will he .
very low, as we are about to quit
BUSINESS MAN'S
COMMICLIL COLLEGE,
No. 4 St. Clair Street.
We hare engaged the servlees or an experienced
teacher expressly for the month. of July and Au.
gnat. Students entering ou the Ist ofJ tap can
complete the Course by the Wt. of Allgll.l.
For circulars and bill'eilDCllllof pcntuaoslilp, apply
at the College Rooms. or address
A. SHAFFICIL and
Je7A:c4ll: NM, 1. F. McCLAYMUN DS.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES
MORELAND & EMIL,
Nos 425 & 427 Liberty Street,
The very beet IIIMBEB, UAILRIAU Eli and BUG
WEIS kept for hire at all times The lineal Flittilitig
Notice cit
the best y. Funera ls,anner. go., attended to on abort
In
Tenons wiehing to engageanything 1.13 our line
can rely Upon being turned out In the beat style
the prop r iet o rs give their personal attoutlonin ho,
butineaa. JeJ:eri3
PHOENIX STEAM. BREWERY.
10$. firliNCtin JAB. WEAL,
%FENCER &
RESTERS AND BREWERS
OF
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
•PfTTSBURGH, PA.
ROBESIT WATSON,. Nonage, Jel9:dos
11 . J. LANCE.
STIR AND WOOLEN
DYER AND SCOIIIIEII.
ALSO,
Chintz Window Curtain. and Chair Coven
Cleaned and Reglazed without unpacking.
Nos, 35 and 37 Third Street,
Between Wood end thathaeld,
aisl9:on PITTSBURGH. PA.
W. N. 111 . 1312.11445 A. 11811E11 C. T. IMASIAM
AMEitichw MACHINE HOURS
-7
FigilA,e)WWl 055:00.,
4. l *.t'Pgidert:444. ltfachinists,
AANOTAVTI.IIZILS or
. Oa tieliginek -0/1, TOob4
And overythlog IPOPeliaati OP 'Boring 011 w.n..
PaillaislazatteratletVpaPY to /Ming op litisfUng•
Ft. W dr; O. R. "
,45.11,141PAY&OrWit
7PIAVR/1011=1:1. , 0n:44 .
.
LLN ORDLNA.NCEaxithorizing Ike
Eirsdirijei.raVing and Oit-ttlng with Curb•Stottei
Spruce Alley,ln the Ninth Ward. from smith street
toTayleceitteml•
airscri Ole 1. 'Be 11 °rant u-d an/ roads.] byMop
os, t'ilatsoss of PO! sintogh, in Seteet
and, Conano.ri Counotle ass. mbled, toad it ta- i
enactot by Mn authority it( the w That Mit. 1t... ;
cording Regulator be Anil he Is herolor
and dl rated to advertise. for proposal; for grad toi .
paving and rotting with curb- , tine Spruce Alley,
lit the Ninth Ward. Iron Smith street In Taylor
street. anti to let the akine in toe manner direeted I
by an ordinance concerning atreeta. paaseil August
ie.57, also an act concerning streets. approved
Janoary Sth.
Ordained and enacted Into a law lu Council, tide
?Atka day of June. A. it.. 1.561.1.
$lll I.TO:t.
President pro : C e.LYZlSelect Council.
Attest: E. IS. 3101 t nos
',l,
Clerk of ent Connell.
TIIOSIAS
Pre.ideut f t'ommon t °noel'.
Attest - Wit, M. II any)
ie27 :eta Clerk pro tem of Common Connell,
AN N ORDINANE au( horizing the
A.A. Grading. pa . tag C
and tietting with (;uria-Stotte
M'attion street.
SmiTIOR I. Be el ordol mot enaettat ths
or. ditto-slur, nod Ottizens Pittsburgh. to Anon
and t'innolon Council. a...x..1201m1.0 n 1 tt ts keroby
rnaeted by authority of the saute., That the Iteeord
log Regulator be and he G herein directed to lad
vertlae for proposal- for tne grading. pavingnd
setting with curb.. one Watwin Street. from 1101,1
tot healunt street, and to let the same In the Man
ner directed by an Ordinance of CouncilS. Pitsketi
August Slat. A. Ii„ labt. and all Act or
approved JanuarY 1 6 44.
S. That s uclt of no ordinace M.G.' , oh
the tat day of April, ISO, at la Incoubla n tent with
this ord nonce, be and the • ono. I. hereby repealed.
Ordained and euxtesi Into a law in C(.11/1:10.11, 11111
Z5lll day ordain, A. It.. haul.
.1411.1
!'resident pro Pun of Select Council.
Ahem P.S. 111,141[11W,
MniltD
THOMAS .`,11. - .E1..
rri.sldent orCouimon Council
Attest' WILL M. MARTY KU..
Je-1:01P ('Peril pro lem of Comtuon COUI.II.
•
AA N ORDINANCE authorizing the
tiradln, Pavlov and Kettlug with Curb-a:quo. ,
blreut !tr.,. Alley.
I. urdained narls..lAy Ile. 3f en,
et, .1/d.rrnen mu, l•diz , P.tbd•urgh, .n .A, A, I
elesel ."11.1011 erxxolfs . 6 eve., re Ire /...rebp
.reertehel , ey teleteseerely4 Ilse son, .111. 1111 . HC1 . 1,11 -
lug Regulator ta. awl 11. dirt .\.,( to e,lr.r
tlnor t 1..• alrodltag. tut , 'lag
hy,
t Ant,. l•ta“1 and Alley.
(rum Magee .sts,,uNut,tr..ut, and to let tat. adult
In the anmnaler ilartrt..l lay MI t)rtiluemce or (
parF....l Argos( A. 1057, and en Act of
Assembly. approv..al .1411110ty bah. left.
Or./11nr.1 and but „0 law an l'outarlle. this
da, ut A. It.,
Piesolvnt pru torte ol "trivet
Alta mot. I:. IC. 3101IllOW,
irri. of Select .:unuell.
Til.l,lAtt
President of Conarnont toopril.
Alie3l: WILL Al. HA.Crzict.l.,.
Clerk pro ton oft orumon Councll.
J.N ORDINANCE authorizing the
emoting, d slog and Setting with trurb-Stone
I recstur etreet.
Srt, rttrNurdnottri erlad yMe May
or. A/arors. /Serif l'illstenr rte yl, b Stltcf
ent 00/11.1 ,, 11 Oraracir. a,genabled. and It is hirchy
enar-1,11, nthority the 'can, That the Record
ing Reg 131111.01 . br and he I. hereby directed to ad yr,
tine tor propos:do for the grading, rowing and net
ting with cart, stone Decatur reet., from Klan to
Felton street. end to let the sam St e In the manner di
rected by an ordinance of Councils, bl1111”.11 August
31st, A. It.. 1557, and an Act of A:iaerubly, appro,rl
.l an nary tilt. tool.
Ordained and enaetrLd into a law In Councils. this
tith day or - Aube, A. Ir.. Imre.
.1 Oki Is '31111'TO): .
l're.drient pro tem of Select Connell.
Alit,. K. 3.
Clerk of
rk of Select r
TllO5lAn
President of (:ononou Council.
Attest: WILL )1. WART/FL,
27:e21 Clerk protean of Corn:non Council.
l i N ORDINANCE ,
authorizingurb-Stone the
uradtn, lug and Setting n C
Logan Street.
nIicTION I. fie 11 eeduined And rositelfd by Ow Moll
, Aiiirrine - ii ITX4i ..ititrtsof of Pittsburgh, in. &lie
Common (b,unbileagertobb,d. audit is hereby
roiactill by outhority fl irt stone, That the iteeortl
tug Itegmator be and or is hereby directed to ail
vertlse fur propuanls for the gradluy, paving and
Setting with curb-stones Logan Street. from Wylie
to %Ystinter street, nod to let the same In the an
ner directed by an Ordinntscc of Councils, pas+ed
August Mat. A. It., 1117. and no Act of Assembly
apprOved innoam nth. 1.4.
tint:Lined and enacted Into a lam In Council. this
day of June, A. ti.
JOHN 811IPTON,
President pro tensor Select Council.
Attest , E. S. 310ittiow el ,
ilea of nent Council.
TILL/at/di STEEL,
President of Common Council.
Attest: WILL Al. IlAirra.LL,
JelL - ml.r2 Clerk pro tern of Common Council.
A N ounictrAivuE authorizing the
A
tirailigg, Paving and Setting with Curb-Stone
Franklin Street.
!F 'M": I. lb it .50101115,1 and cnoelect by the May
or. Norms, owl Pifiwburgh. In S•boi
Ind Onnmon Coo Nel fit ...of:Oared. sel it to hereby
•obiotne,i •I ., urn ,i
tin acme. that
the I/recording Regulator be and he Is harelip direct
d to whertise fur propesad• ler the giaditiF•
lug and netting withcurh-stone Frookiin Street.
from Wnslllnglon to Fulton street, and to let the
name In the manner directed I,y n Ordlnanee of
Vounells, passed August :tilt, A. D.. PAT. and An
/lel n 1 Allymnbiy, appve/IJanuar] nth. ions.
Ordnlntul an and enntted ro 11,10 n law In Councils, this
251.1, day uf.l one. A. IL, INS.
,10115
President pro tem of select Council.
Attest: E. s MonnoW,
Clerk of Select Connell.
THOMAS STEEI.,
President yf Common Council.
Attest: WILL. 31. H e1 . T.R1..L.
yell:e2l Clerk pro tern of Common Council.
4.N ORDINANCE authorizing the
Urading. ravingsaid telling with Curb-Mont.
Bedford Street. from Washiugton to Fulton street.
tincmos I. St ii r 1,41 a1;.,1.41 fly
or. A Of. rla., 11/VI wi of I . llf,ntary6. In 5. h.,
a/p "
i 4,,0ut1 , "1 oixEronhlril. WI if LA. hereby
th. That
the Becordiog Itegulator toe and to. Is hereby dlreco
d to advertise for proposals for dm grAtllt.., pav
ing mol totting with eurb-stone Bedford !street,
from Washington to Fulton street, and to let the
same la the manner dlreetml by au ()oilman., ol
Councils, passed August 71st. A. I)., and ae
Art of .Assembly, appros cd January ell, I,AI.
ordained ann enacted Into s law In Clarnucils, BOA
fit!. day of June, A. In, Iseit.
JOHN SHICTON.
Presolent pro tem of Select Council.
Attest. E.o. Monnow.
I lerk :intent Connell.
THOMAS. STEEL,
rrPaident of Common Connell.
Attest It ILI. M.
$4 , 27,24 Ilerk pro ten, of Common Council.
t N ORDINANCE authorizing thq
•v. tirtoling. Vatting and netting with Gurb..ndone
113 turret. between Magee and Chtetto t streets.
Entrpos I. la a ardlaovri mat r narani by fir test.
A Maroc. and Cal...ad 4 Pillabarga. to Stl.a4
"al tteutmon Cou.steits asstrnble.L. and t.la.rraa
had and enadal by aalhar y 4 the saute s That
tot Recording Regulator Mid lie is hereby MI.
Isorlsmi to advert!. for proposals for the reading,
saving and setting with eurb-alone tilbtion street,
odor. Magee and Chestnut streets. anti to let Ito
ame 111 the manner tilrtaked 10 an ordinance fl,ll-
..Mg street, passtol A 000.3151, .37, and an act
tuneernlnts Mr... approved ;Attu., Ott, pm.
Ordained and enacted into a law In CMlllelis, 11110
'di; day of dune. a. li.. 11(' 0. 111n 0 sll PV \,
•
restless pro tem of Ottiort Council.
Attest. K. S. Motiltow.
(leek of Mtieet Council.
T 11.3133 ilt St, EL.
Pr... Abbott of Common Council.
A tes 1 Witt 31. 113 tersks.t.,
lee ten I terk prat,. of Common Council.
t N ORDINANCE authorizing the
grading, paring and setting with curtmtone
Bite street. from VI file to Bedford Street.
nm - rii Bo it ordains./ and msisend hg the 16,,
A1.1.-nacre and efttross of Pittsburgh. in liel;x4
and .. 1,1014 Councils cod ft in h e r e by
rsirii and cant en...J.11”, aritli.rilp q/ fm n
on,
TTeat the Recording Regulator be and be Is hereby
.11reeted to advertise for proposals for tire grading.
nretr.`,:,lron:
i nftte stunt to Medford stn es. and to n
the manner deaeribed by an ordlrionoe of Coun
cils passed Auguat alst, A. ii. INU, and an art of
Assembly approved January titli, 161.
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils, title
day of June, A. 1).
Isresident, pro tett;!! ) .l i feVe l l i f.TuTcli.
Attestn. d
31.0t0w,
Clerk ores/Iml Connell.
THUS. STEEL,
rn.id.ut of Common Council.
Attest tV t.t. DI. 11 auras -Ls.,
t leek. pro tom., of Common Connell.
feai:e2G
- - -
% N 0111)1NANCE authorizing the
grading and paving and •ettion with Curb-Stwoe
Washington t tre., from l'enna Avenne I
rraukilu
, .
61... I. B. it ,oNlutlxrd or cueletcli by the NUS. ,
.1 ((icemen nod cflit cug or PUlRbeiryla, in Select owl
ridbocil assembled. and if I Screby ordain
ed ore( ..nr sled by authority of the same, That the
liceoratng Regulator be and be Is hereby directed
to advertise tar the grading. paving 0051 setting
01e11 (:ern-stone s Washington street iron: Penn:
Iv Lola A eitue to Yrs:Alin street, and to let the
:Anse in the inanoer directed by an ordinance of
Gunnell. passed Aligned lin, A. D. Ihp, cud an net
of Asset:loli. apprOeed JattioaT Gth, 1901.
Sr, . 2. Ordained and enacted Into a lam this Pith
day of Anne, ROI.
JOHN SI:UPTON.
President pro tem of Select Connell.
Attest: E. S. Monanw,
Clerk. or Select Council.
TIIONLAs STEEL,
President of COll.OlOO Coined.
Attest. Witt. M. HARM:Li,
)1,27:c.9 Clerk pro ICIII or Common Coo octl.
AN ORDINANCE authorizing the
tirading, Paving and Setting with Curb" Stone
Pennsylvania Avenue, heal Ulnwlddlc street
.Itimonvillo street.
litectOs 1. Re Il ordained sad enacted toy the N.Y.
7;;e1 4 1 1 4t7 n7:77 " a " :rZf .a " n r ,l 'L it it; .Solna
r•tolviot anil /mailed by authority of the erro,, That
the according Regulator be and he to hereby me
ihorlseil Will
meted
to advertise for proposals for
grading, paving and setting with curt-atone Penn
yleaula A•enne,t'rens lltroviddle stmt.% [mon
vlllo Street, and to let the name the manner
rect.) by an ordinance concerning street.. passed
...Ku. list. IS67 t also an act concerning au - eeto,
approved 4.3317 oth, cmi.
Ordained and enacted into s law In Coo/oils, this
25th any of Jane, A. D.. IOIS.
JOHN SHIPTON.
President pro tent Or OClsa Council.
Attest: E. MOlutow,
Clerk of Select Council.
• - • •
TII V XAtl STP.EL,
President of Common Cannel
Attest: %V ILL Tt. U.AItiZICI.L.
ro tom of ol:ommou Coo.II
CONTROLLER'S OFFICE,
CITY OP ALLnalrawF, Jane "a, 186it i
PROPOSALS FOR BUILD G
ISEWEII.—BeaIed proposals will be tecolved at
this otter until FRIDAY. Wilt last., at 3 o'clock.
P. tor the coostrnethyo of • Brickwer, be
glonfug on the North Common adjacen Io the In
tersection of Third street and Cedar arenue, d u s t y
Titled want; thence westwardly 644 feet enel
Street, to We of a calibre of 41, feet; thence 'nests
Wavily 544 feet to Federal street, of calibre of nee
feet; thence aestvrardly CZ/ feet to Bearer street, of
thellbre of •S feet. thence sonthenrrdly DM tent to
culvert on Western avenue, of a calibre Of alz
bad. Plots and sncellicatlouS to be Seco at the
°thee of WM. MedEKDISY, Esq., Iteoordlne Reg
ulator. It. rteatica
City Coa•-olle,.
401Ilr
CITY CONTSLOLLIII'S
PITISIMIL6II, J tale Lld, 1M S:
CITY WEIGH . SCALES.—SeaIed
Pr.3,01,./S• addreued to %bent:lance Committee
of tho igttobleight , . lll ha reoelsed at this'
oince. au MONDAY. July 2./. MS. .43 o'elttok,
far figkinazit.Te for the.soveral City Welabi
Seale. )31 (ter& cute how touch of the gram
revenue nflanit ffOle Bald etslot , yttl siva to.
th i e o. ela i r the re jw ee ,. fi t h c e G st w me i - v,
city
Cur or Ah.i.nonnait', June 3:1, •
morosAoropoTiViirau AND
s. rpope,s,‘ recomont
Weblike anti! rtnuni. Mtn nat.. it 3 o'ultink,
r, v., for ltradinA and raving Bidwell Larne, [him
Lihlo arcane to' 'Juniata "trent; Ohio A'Vennn. 'am
the railroad to the
reV r . " . U‘F ILVA.VI4.IIr at i reontlaillee -
JLeyptrEn.:=Alsavozi
Croe3l34.2iseicireal , s...Yutted Tinguee 'Umbra
Bier, ,Irvaaputni isiaamrsiAudi juou. pat my Ls An
em.4,-Bulo.ple
,ter travelletra ;Rudy 0 - Wired
ad - for Axle utile rawly Urn .e.mbukca.pt
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1,4 . 1 .1" V.: 01 ~/.1111.4.• •
NEW ADVER.
G.11.410111D SQUARE,
_dLLEGREA' r CI T *,
Five Days, July 3,'4, 5,6, 7
Every Afternoon 2: every EYoning At 74.-
W EDNESDAY. JULY 4 will be given THREE
ttift/ILMANUES. commencing
est , 2 Ann 7.34. r.
Instructive and Refined Amusement.
]D4 "RIC MIE/
Int,tstlns eebo.l of
IDUCATIM ANIMALS
A Choice and Bare Menagerie,
In I,II,IIIIPtiOII With • FULL nn.l REFI N
CIRCUS COMPANY.
The Triplicate Features
arrangol ar 10 form TWO SKI . ARATY and 01S
TINCI EXIIIII1110h:,111.1..rtha• , eutol Vas ‘ll ~,,,
and for ONE I• RSUIs,
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The
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The School of Educated Animals,
1 01. II AN RICE sob. I , Irertor and Trainer, Com
prises some of the most interesting and Intelligent
p,l meat, of the brute creation veer introduc . .l to
the pub!, among which will be found a REHR OF
sal RED c AVM% from Ilindostan • objects of wor•
ship among tile benighted heathen, and held In the
highet esteem by all class,. These beantifni Anil
interesting animals are the only creatures of their
kind to be seen out of their native country.
The MONSTER ELF Pli ART ROMEO, since the
death of ••11anillal,'• the largest Elephant known
e a Irt, and the only real Asiatic Elepturllt ever im
ported Into thin country. lie Is highly educated,
sod will tir Introduced by bin captor and trainer,
Stewart erneen. •
The beautiful Arabian Trick Hone, ISTEVHEN
A. DOUGLAS. The wonderful Blind Talking
Herat EXCELSIOR. du., the most astonishing.
beautiful and completety educated animal ever
known, and over whom Mr. RICE exercises aeon
• trot and degree of Influence, which cannot fall to
Impress every one who witness this most extraordi
nary and magnificent exhibition of the power of the
1.111,111. mind over the instinctive faculties of the
brute.
T333] I%OC3EINALCM - MIR.X3EI.
3he Zoological and Ornithological Department
comprises an exceedingly eholes collection of the
rurest, most beautiful and curious quieting. of
Natural History. embracing in all eighteen
cage, In which will be found LIONS. TIGERS,
LEOPAIMS, Ac., Sc., with unique Birds from Ta
rtu., qUITICTS 01 the globe.
A den of PERFORMING BEANTS %111 to. exhib
ited by l'ror. I.ANIGWORTHY, the great Arneri.n
rAt E SHEEP: drove of ARABI
AN
CAXIELb: ' an INFANT DROM EDAKY onlythe, e feet in height: a BRAZILIAN TWER, a
beautiml IN•cl to e a specimen of that very rare
animal, the TAt Al: A, or RIVER HOG: a troupe of
diminutive bH.TLAND PONIES, ridden by SION
KRY SOCKETS.
TILE CIRCUS COMPANY,
which h,orgallized under the •ole direction of NI
DAN HI CE. will be found to number the moat r
. • _ . • .. .
Oned and noted artists In theprofession,among
whom are rir. 0. bticaney, Jr., Mr. Geo. Der am n....
Mr. 1111th Baldwin. White. Stlekney, hire. George
Dern,. ' Mr. Fred. Barclay, and others of equal re
pute. and Mr. Rice pledges hitutielf that th e per
formance In the Ring will be of each a character,
that while the most Iththiloth and exacting, shall
and no opportunity for cavil or objection, the most
ardent admirers of Equestrian Skill cannot (allot
being thoroughly gratified.
SPECIAL None E.—OaDin Uy rXxxletnattAncit.,
The exhibition of Menagerie and School of Educa
ted Animals. The Shetland Ponies sad Monkey
Jockeys. The Elephunt Romeoand Prof. Lang
worthy's Den of Wild Beasts—with a Lecture or.
the wonders and purposes of the Animal Creation,
by Doe RICE. Intermission of ten minutes, during
which those who do not desire to witness the Eques
trian Performances will have an opportunity of re
tiring. At the expiration of the Intermission, the
entertainments of the arena will commence. In
the course of the performances., In compliance with
unit ersally expressed desire. DAN Kika will don
the motley. and for the gest time in many years,
appear as Clown and Jester. Sam Rrlegnir, Jr.,
the fa...rite Jester and Vocalist, and the entire
corps of male and female artists, i
llwll appear In •
select and pleasing pleurae... A rano Street
Pageant w 1.1 signalise the entrant. , of the establish
ment Into the city. at le A. At. This procession ex
erts In damling magnificence anything of the kind
attempted on ails continent, and will he led by the
00•1 beautiful GOLDEN SWAN CHARIOT,
dontaining COISOII's North-Western Cornet Band,
rawn by Ni superb thoroughbred Arablatchorses,
and followed by Romeo. tlic monster Elephant,
with Dromedaries, Camels. Trick Bosses, Ponies,
Mules. ('ages, Dens. Vans, Carriages, Ac.
Admission to both exhibitions. BO cents. Chil
dren nudes ten ' , Ars or .IM. 25 cents. or edmission
to ell .er exhibition. separate, the same.
J. E. WARNER, °eel Agent.
• 1ttr:en.r.30.2:9:1:6
NOTICE TO THE
Tag 3P04%-srai-s;
Borough of lAwreneeville,
Whereas, by a Supplement of the Act of Assembly
approved the 4111 day of MLi
arch, A. „„Xli% relating
to the payment of the Borough Tax to theiTteasorer
within the limns of 41/1111.0O1Illgh. the undersigned
respectfully notifies the said tax payers that he ls
now la possesblau of the Duplicate for the payment
of sold fox, and ready to 'reeler tne tunic.
till all taxes pold on or before the bred dayof An.
gust, 1103, on allowance of bee percent. will be made.
on all Sure. paid suriuninent to the first day of
August amiior to the first day of September, must
be paid In ful pr l.
all taxes paid subsequent to the first day of
September, lie shall add let per eentum.
And on the tint day of October In each year, the
Treasurer shall make out a 11.1 of delinquent tax
payers, with the amount due from each. with ten per
centuut additional added; pro. I.led that no addition.
al amount shall be loss that tea tents, and place the
sme In 1110 1,00110 of tae With Constable, whose
du a ty I t shall be to receive thesame under a penally
tit tiny dollars: ant the said Treason, is hereby In
tim:ll.d to iSISUC to bald conotable Ills warrant to
collect said Lao, granting Ulm all the power. and
Immunities now by law vested to colleetors ores:mu
t) rates and levies. Provided that no further addi
tional notlee to Mx Doyen shall be required than
theadverthmment In one or more papers and,,by
handbills. WM- JAN C EY, Liere.gb.T....w.',
Corner of Butler and Draw streets.
The said Tteasurer respectfully informs the Lax
paler, of Fand borough that he Is Collector and
Treasurer for the Lawrence, illoSehool Marta. and
Is also prepared to receive their :Ales, and ESIVILeS
them ts call •t Ids °Mee In the ilorough of Law
rence. ill. , at the corner of Butler arm Urn y° eta.
P'ILLIAAI JANCKY,
je:S:e4 UOileCLOr and Treasurer !School 'fonds.
--
MEN'S BOOTS.
BOYS' BOOTS,
Youths' Boots.
LOWS BALMORAL&
LADIES' GAITERS,
MISSES AND CHILDREN S
Boots, Balmorals
(A-A I rr E It s,
AT REASONABLE BATES,
SOUTH & ROSS' r
63 .11.4.1 MET S 2 REET.
pETROLIA
131_4U1E LF.,AII
We are
brand of .ve , prepared to (Gmbh this STAN DASD
For 'Refiners , nee, promptly and
in any quantity.
We guarantee the QUALITY to be SUPSUIOU to
ANY tu.ufacturedlo or brought to We City.
T. IL NEVIN & CO.,
N. W. Corner Third and market fits.
OW 8• f•OUT11- ..... ••.. iJO/1N ROM.
JOHN ROSS 41,00
B ''.CY l a'q 2 . l3 TO
N. OGDEN CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Carbon Oil Lamps & Fixtures,
Chandeliers, tarbon
No. 64 INe4et Street.
f4,f . .rfgvia•cri.toogr.,
FOS PENT,
A FIRM OF 180 ACRES,
httnated m JetroMmaxonaahip, AlleabenN county,
Yu., on the Monongahela river. It ralloa from the
city. The hatrrOvennontl aro rood. The land of the
bettenalltY: aell.adtDted f..l o 'difigna , Tast es blon Anitettlalq
4 044,
rtAlia= xrcrtrialik'
With „„ .w,,„„,,,,„ ~.a lien; good atahle, excellent
Dater at Madam': ittnatad as 003,ohrWeemegeo.
roadOthee , 6 ." - ai r° P OW?
V e lltriter particular& anqulrehel... ,
~,D m ori ,
amee;fiatii iiddriatificee
11.21-Vv4zi
--- • - ---
WANTED—S2OO per Month paid
to Airertts, to introduce our now Ole, 111: ADA
88.WItsti MACHINE, KelAbuza .,
Address, wttA MAMA. .11ONANOCE ILMTflp.di
M &CHINE cu., m Inebeadon, M s. or rm.... 0-
00. Ca. log:c7adlAwY
WANTED,
40 Males -aid 30 Man s,
At the 'Stable of the ALLA...a tt 614 Y
I==l
COMP A N Y. Ala ucLrnlrq Pet.
SALEM EN WANTED
At 98 Grant Street, 3d floor
I=l
Jr.ste.l4 W. It. BAKE-U.
AIIiTED—AGENTS--$73 t 0 $2OO
MONTH far ge.tleuted, and to 10-5
lodic.. retry.. Imre, to Introduce tne Celebrated
Common Senor Family Sowing Voebilte.
andrfected. It will Gem fell, allteb..milt, bin ,
braid pe end embroider beautifully, only jai
making the elalitie lock-ststeb, and bully wortant
• .
tor m three years. We pay the shove wastes, or
comlaslon. from which twice that amount can he
made. Adorn's. with stamp. or all on C. SOW -
F.ll d Cu., Salesrooms, h o. 255 South FIFTH
Street, Ph i ladelphia, i t s. All lettersastswered
promptly, with circulars and terms. my=l.44
WALL PAPERS &cc
THOMAS PALMER
WHOLISALI OD WAIL DM SO
WAILAL, FADE]
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES.
AL 33 IA MI CI Cr 'TT Ft OS
Warehou4, 91 Wood Street,
Second liner below lharnontl Alley,
ir2.1:111m1 l'A
pAPEIL 111ANGI1 4,7 S FOR ING“.
American Papers
For Lite drat time in Etc year.
.7rE E.VGLISIi PAPER
A choice Selection of the
Newest French Papers
for isle b
WALTER I'. MARSRAI.I.,
I 7 Wral duvet
ptiaLon PAPERS
A NEW LOT or
Standard Gold Papers
Now rece'red, of beauttlul designs for Mrlors, ett
No. 107 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH
I=2
MERCHANT TAILORS
INEW C4()0011S!
A Very Large and Select Stock of
BOYS' CLOTHING
JUST RECEIVED, OE
LINEN. ALAI , CA,
LANNEL, AND
SUMMER CAsSIMERES.
SQ-LLll,arly and examine.
CRAY & LOCAN.
47 St. Clair Street.
HENIIIC G. HALE.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
1100111181 COMB OF PE CLOI BMW,
Desires to return thanks to hi, friends and the pub
Ile generally for thelt liberal patronedr, and 1•021111
respectfully Inform them that he has Just return
ed from the Eastern markets with a tarp:, and wet
selected stock of
FINE WOO EN HOODS,
recullArly adapted to HEN T LEAIEti ;SHOE I
AN I, 4115IMElt WEAR. le
lIIIRRICAN IRON WORKS.
JONES & LAUGEJNS,
P=T'I'BBURCBrg,
AMERICAN AND EIAIR
Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Plate Iron;
Bridge Iron;
Angle and T Iron;
Guard Iron;
Coal Screen Iron;
T HailB,l6 and 20 lbs. to the) and
Train Rails, punched and coun
ter sunk;
Boiler, Bridge and Tank Rivets;
Cut Nails and Spikes;
Ship and Boat Spikes;
Railroad Spikes;
Railroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Wheels and Axles;
Street Car Wheels and Axles;
Coal-Pit Car Wheels and Axles;
Patent Cold Rolled Shafting;
Patent Cold Rolled Piston Rods;
Mower and Reaper Bars.
WARM! , WISE AND 0 el , ICF,
120 Water awl 1:5 Front !•ls.
BRANCEIIIOUSY.,
Nos. 22,24 and •26 River St.,
Jet :cl5 CHIUMIO, ILL
SUMMER UNDERWEAR.
GAUZE COTTON,
GAUZE MERINO,
LISLE THREAD,
SUMMER SILK,
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Muslin. Fine Jean and Linen Drawers
Great Shirt and Collar Depot,
Nearly opposite the Post Office,
Together with a complete line or
Gentlemen' Furnishing Goods,
dpeclally adapted belly Retail Trade.
REMEMBER,
Our Busiriess is ExclUsively
GENTLENEN'S FURNISHING.
KIIIIIX)CK & PUTNAM
FTITSBURGH IRON WORKS.
J. PAINTER & SONS.
1LL21117/ADTUDIIIB OF
Iron Bucket, Tub and Trunk
HOOPS AND SHEETS,
felB4llD PITTSBURGH. P.ll.
EVERSON, PRESTON a CO..
pieavirsrz, 1".1.4.7.1
IRON - WORKS,
Weretinese, Rot. 163 and 1117 Pleat street, qp
postte Meneeigehela House, Ilttsbareb,
JOS:MO
WARDEN &. BATCHELDER,
BROKERS IN
CRUDE AND REFINED PETROLEUM,
v ir m&LE WI ., aoani, 13YIRITS TIMPJENTINIS
NOBTII CAROLINA TAB. Ac.,
Ceirner of-Duquesn gay & Hancock
patobPa.
Represent WM. U. Ile Walnut street.
realladeiphLe. myia:e2B
!ll' C. DUFFY,
.r IANI:MACTO9M OF
Tin, COpper and Sheet Iron Ware,
'And .dester. In STOVES, HOUSE ru imam! ma
GOODS, -WATEET A C S C) COOL.ERS
• TOILLNE,
ANL
WC). MAO Gliweritait
, • •• PITTSBURGH, PA..
'Otis Dow
Stowe Mid nll VonleT. ' liVtlPork
od to. • torbt:tiD
GENERAL BRAUGHTING OFFICTI.
:pi •P. GENGEMBRE, Civil En
thiantts„,mtEinErr AHD SOLICITOR or
TATIosTS,.No.,SUI ST. •OLLIR. STUSILT, ran
OD/Os Roc TmalSisee.:lSllarstomo, PITTS.
IIUSGII4 SA,
Arra , IN- *MEGRIM!. AT AEC
twm.,romuctomusitortiota ontba corner of
Ylenting and Fountain atreeta. Third ward, All,
gheny, will be sold ou premises, tiATURDAY, .Inne
ihe -ratigi d erN ht7nrot 4114= D P ITA L !
thtriteittlit-babaire Irl three_yenrii '• • •
lens • Auctioneer.
I ,IDTS i.oli - . -r. BEAVER I.BTREET,
on` ttij=itiktnlPoinc,l4c4"'"Watt VI
&tea waskbbpOlec•air-THRISP. LOlia I; .on the 4,,:v
-itaa, atik.r.r. street., heitreftt ‘WeehlOgten. ,
414100 meat. Tetpl3-43A811.
Ica csar. :,..t,Jili.j,TAI LE 436 .?..TR,./Luiltkuteer 4 ' •
I ELTING!. RELTINGIic:::
feaslualzu.. '14,91113a' _set...lngoio.lo,,,timu s „,
6.. Aim. ........... end e.ete ahreye on wid.
ilk* tom Uhler Datiete IVO , 115:14d Rini Clair
ti2W1Liv.t1,..,..LAW0)....i.,,..,