The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, July 10, 1866, Image 2

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TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1866.
UNION REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.
FOB UUTEKHO&: i
MAJ. CEN. JOHN W.CEARY,
OF CUMBKULA'jiI> COUNTY,
*AHITBJU B. CLXJLEI, City.
CbEUK or COOBT:
JOIW G. BBOWB, Hampton Tp.
CLXtt* OF OUFTIAITB COITOT:
ALKUSDER HUANDtirCLIy.
EBOOHDEB:
UKNRY ,»SIVEI>Y, City.
(HtOXSTXBi
JOSEPH H. CURAT* Plain Tp.
UEOHGEiOAHILTOBU’CIty.
ouutCToa or roan:]
JOIU p. DRATO, Tp.
ASSKSBU/T:
jtobh p. euss, city.
OEOSOKSiniiSOS, Pitt Tp.
6EOBOE T. MfIHPR, North Fayotts Tp,
BAHUEL CHADWICK,' Collins Tp.
WILUAH PETER, EossTp.
R. A. COLmU, CUV.
EUROPEAN WAR.
Our wish, as expressed in our last com
ments, has been speedily fulfilled. We
have received news from Italy', though
news unwolcome to every lover of liberty.
A first battle has been fought, and —if we
may trust the telegrams forwarded—has re
sulted in a repulse, if not defeat, of the
Italian army. There seems to have been
two distinct engagements, occasioned by the
crossing of the rivers Mindo and Po by the
Italian army. These rivers form the boun
daries of Vonicia, the Po flowing south,
and the Mincio west of it. Inl>otb attempts
the Italians seem to have been unsuccess
ful. Thai portion of their army width had
crossed the Mincio under command of the
King himself was met and repulsed by the
Austrians under Archduke AJbrecht at
Cnstozza, a small place near the fortress of
Mindo. The battle seems to have been a
bloody one, with the taking and retaking
of Cuslozza as its principal features.
The other engagement was fought be
tween tbc Italian army that hail crossed
the Po and ail Austrian division scut from
Mantua to meet them. This battle also re
sulted in a repulse of the Italians, who
have since fallen back across the rivers
mentioned, followed by the Austriaus.
This uews reaches us through Austriau
channels, and ought therefore to be re
ceived wiili caution. The Austrian dis
patch docs not even use the uarac of “r»V
tvryand mentions heavy losses, even
amongst officers of high rank. It also an
nounces that the spirit of the troops is the
very Imst, a circumstance pretty much a
matter of course after a victory, and gener
all}* dwell u|kmi after a defeat. The next
sleamci will bring us further particulars.
This much, however, we know, that this
early reverse lias uot discouraged the Ital
ian people ; on the < <»ulrary, it has had on
them the same efiecl made ujion the North
ern people here by the first battle of Roll :
Run. It is only stirring them up to fur
thcr efforts. Yet, we. cannot hide from j
ourselves, nor our readers, the fact that
further reverses will follow, the first one,
and that the- interference of France will at
last become necessary. Wc should regret
this very much ; we should hail the success
of the Italian arms with delight, but we
cannor help having some doubt?. These
doubts arc based ujioti reasons, which we
shall presently develop. The Italian na
tiou is just awaking from a lethargy of
centuries, from a degradation almost
uuoxamplcd. lx.th>ir<jy may be strip-
I »ed off in a moment, but tUgrn
diiiion cannot. Though fired by a
holy zcnl, though led by heroes such as
Garibaldi, the Italian cannot at once strip
off the mauy imperfections, not to say
vices, into which events and circumstances
hud plunged and kept him so long. Be
sides, the fire and enthusiasm of southern
nations, though ardent and overwhelming
at the outset, are apt Vo abate soon, like the
fire built: of straw. Thirdly, however, and
tliis is our main reason, the military organ
ization of Italy is as far below that of Aus
tria as Austria's is below that of Prussia.
And yet tliis is one of the principal reasons
of success. Ilistory sliowfe us in a thous
and examples that disorderly zeal and en*
thusiasm' avail hut little against the order,
the the experience of veteran
bodies, and that tyranny has for this very
reason but too.ofteu prevailed over the ef
forts of lovers of liberty. May a different
fate be that of Italy. May they owe their
complete liberty to themselves,.rather than
to French assistance,, from which a state of
tutilage might spring, little better than de
pendence.. Moreover, the interference of
France could not but draw other nations
into the fray and spread the flames of war,
burning so fiercely already.
• In regard U*Germany, the last news lias
sustained our prediction. It is plainly in
timated that Bohemia, and not Saxony, is
expected to be the great battle-field on
which the destiny of Germany is to be de
cided. Some hints arc also thrown ont in
• regard to certain intended movements of
Benedick, by whleh he would compel an
evacuation of Saxony by the Prussians. If
6ueh movements are In his power, they
will certainly be made soon, but to judge
from antecedents, we confess, to see but
little probability.
In Western Germany thiugs remain evi
dently undiaugcd; but in flic center, they
assume an interesting aspect. The Hano
verians were, or are still, in an unpleasant
situation. Surrounded by Prussian troops
on all sides, there seamed’ to be no bhance
but surrender. A dispatch from Gotha,
dated June gftfb, speaks of their escape;
bntanotber, from Berlin, dated June 261 h,
leaves them in their previous predicament,
and speaks of twenty-four .hoursof grace
grunted to the lung of Hanover, to consid
er h surrender. Should they Im* captured,-
a romdderuhbi foice would thereby be made
harmless and such a success, would still
moro tcml to dishearten lhe minor allies of
Austria.
Some years ago Mr. Isaac V., Fovruiß
was Postmaster of the city of New York.
Ho appropriated n very largo sum of money
belonging to tUn government to bUown
use; lived expensively, gave liberally; was
highly popular; MEplo^oa
came managed to escape 'from tlio country/
Tbc govermncnt, lias-just orderctl a nolle
jiiVMJuifoWenterod'iii his caie. He will
dosbtlcssaoon return )bi>iDjJ.ATJii>iHowVork
ifof» says is will b“ affectionately wel
comed by hosts of 'iTriends. Tho course of
tbcAtlministratlon in this tsiso gives eo,
couragement to.d)sbc||>eBty. . : , - * 1
The supportprs oi', jSreslilent Johnson,
down In Kentucky, Have a strong way of
patting casts." Take an insbmSo froin tbo
FrtnkfortiTwma'n: • '/ 1 " „ ,~
“let the people: of 'Kentucky remember
that they lrnve been robbed pf.moreUian
one hundred-miliioru ot slave property by
the CoMtitaUonal amendment party olU,"
THE FOURTH AT NASHVILLE.
The loyal people of Nashville, Tennes
see, honored Independence Bay by a Re
union in a grove near the field of General
Thomas’s great battle. Generals Thomas,
JoinjsoN, Fisk and Donaldson graced the
occasion by their presence. Judge Wm.
: presided. General Fisk read the
| Declaration of Independence. Chaplalu
Earnshaw lead in prayer. Sir. llouacr
Maynard made the address. Be devoted
some attention to the Constitutional
Amendment. Said he:
“The first two sections were in the Con
stitution already, in substance. Tbc third
section firing the basis of representation in
Congress and the Electoral College was of
prime importance. How does representa
tion stand at present? Pour black* and one
white hi South Carolina have as many votes
in Congress as four white* and one black in
East .Tennessee. Will any fair-minded
person contend that this is equitable or
just? What was the principle of the
“White Basis” of which you used to hear
so. mtich? It was that voters only shall be
represented, and not those who do not
vote. The principle of the third Bcction of
the amendment is the same. The fourth
section excludes rebels from office. It on
ly strikes at the deliberate rebel. It does
not touch the boys who were deceived by
artful demagogues, or by the wiles of en
thusiastic and over-zealous women. Some
say thiß section does not exclude enough.
Mr Lincoln once observed that it was bet
ter for him to be a little behind rather than
a little before the people. It Ib better to
give one stroke 100 little, than by giving
one stroke too much elevate a criminal into
a martyr.
“These are the terms a victorious nation
offers to those who for four years tried to
destroy it. It Is a magnanimity unparalled
in the; history of the world. The gallant
soldiers who kaye fought the battles of the
Union have done their doty, and their Im
perishable tame i 9 beyond the reach of ac
cident or chance. Our children and our
children’s children will do them honor.
For us who perform a more quiet part on
the same side, there remains another duty;
let us do it so that posterity will give us a
share In the glory of saving the nation.”
POLITICAL.
—The Democracy of New Jersey, it is
said, evince a disposition to throw the Hou.
Andrew J. Rogers overboard.
—Norman B. Judd, late Minister in Ber
lin, is another candidate in the First Illi
nois District against the Hon. John Wcut
worth.
—ln Kansas there arc said to be at this
time 21 candidates for the position of mem
ber of Congress, 32 for Governor, and 11
tor Unitedfitates Senator.
—The Republican Union party oi Ken
tucky have opened the political campaign
with spirit. They have nominated the gal
lant (general Hobson for Clerk of the Stole
Court of Appeals, in opposition to both the
rebel and the Democracy,
and opened the canvass on Tuesday eve
ning by a large mass meeting at Louisville.
—Tue Chicago Journal says: “Hon. J.
B. Griunell is proposed for the next Gov
ernor of lowa. He would have been re
nominated for Congress had his constitu
ents lipard of Rosseau's assault upon him
before! the Convention met tlmt nominated
a candidate in his place. But now they
propose to do even better by hint, by mak
ing him the next Governor.”
—The New York Herald charges that
the majority of the appointments now be
ing made by tbc President are of a c haftu -
ter to affect the honorable reputation of the
ualiou at large, anil lessen the dignity of
the Government in the eyes of all re-peela
bio men. The Herald charge* that Imtfrr*
monopolize the lavors of the President.
This is a bad opinion from so enthusiastic
a supporter of Andy.
—The official vote in Nebraska is given
in the Omaha Hepublican ot the 27th ulk
Returns from thirty-three counties gave a
vote of 3,1*3$ for the new Constitution, a
majority of 100. The votes for candidate*
were as follows: Conyres*, Marquette,
1,110, a majority of 130 over Brooke.
Governor, Butler, 4,003, a majority of I4fi
over Morton. Chief Justice, Little, (Dera.)
, 4,040, a majority of 140 over Mason.
—The Bowling Green (Ky.) Gazette,
(Dem.; says concerning Gen. Rosscau:
“The probabilities so far are that Uosseau
will succeed Garrett Davis. Kentucky
might do better. There are not many
giants among her ]>oliticiaus nowadays,
but there arc belter heads among them than
Rosseau's, and, if we mistake .not, better
hearts, too. But demagoguery is in the as
cendant at present, and statesmanship and.
good morals arc below par. If we do -not
have Senator Koaseau, we will probably,
linvc some one else who is .more jxilßician
than statesman. The timo has not yet
come for solid, substantial men to be in
demand.”
UKUKRAI. HEWN.
—A building in Galveston, occupied as a
grocery store, was blown down by tiic ex
plosion of a keg of gunpowder, on tbo 2d.
A uegCo was carelessly smoking bis pipe
near the open keg, when a spark dropped,
and the negro was blown to atoms.
—A colored clergyman of Nashville re
cently married a white man and colored
woman. He was charged with having
violated the plain provisions of the Slate
Btatntefe, and was directed to give bond in
the smh of $l,OOO for his appearance at the
next torm of the Criminal Court.
—Several regiments of United States
colored" troops have contributed nearly
seven thousand dollars towards raising a
fund qf twenty thousand dollars, for the
purpost of establishing a school for the
education of oolored people. It is to be
called the Lincoln Institute, and is to be
located at Jefierson City.
—Tllejnerchants of Sl Louis have sent
to Mr. HV. H. Dickson, of South Florence,
a lorgd amount of supplies to be distribu
ted gratuitously among the destitute of
Morgan,- Lawrence. Winston, Walker,
Manod and Franklirr counties, A lAhimyn)
Three hundred sacks of corn, ninety bar
rels of t flour, twenty thousand pounds of
bacon, jand various other articles have ar
rived, ind more is soon, expected.
—The prospects for a fumim. in the
Woatetp States are poor. Tbo Cincin
nati Gazette says that in Indiana the wheat
is not good, but the com is wonderfully
line. [Thousands of bushels of potatoes
have been planted and are doing well.
Oats—a .{Mr crop. In Illinois, wheat
(Spring) is excellent: com splendid’, fruit,
an average crop, and farmer* arc in fine
spirits.' There is no danger of a scarcity
U'ithc weather continues favorable. The
hay prqspcct Is fair.
—One of tlio most fearful tornadoes that
ever visited BC Paul, Minnesota, swept
oyer thp city last week, lasting about three
* quartern'of an • hour. A number of build
ings wire injured, and a Dr. Bcbctt fatally
hurl, iAt Ilowe’s consolidated circps,
which Vos in full blast when the storm
came up, were gathered between two and
three thousand persons, and the. immense
canvas! Was hurled upon tho heads of the
mmatci, burying them all in one conflised
mass. [ No one was— seriously Injured,
though a great consternation ensued.
, \/-_A terrible accident occurred at Lafay
ette, Opto, on tho 2d inst. Mrs. Ohrißio
pbor Martin,'in order to start a firo in her
cookinT-stove, applied a coal oil lamp
‘ which jwas bumu>g„but from which tho
chimney had been removed. The result
was an; explosion of thelawp, settle her
clothes! on Arc, and burning her body bq
badly that she died ih a afyirt time. Her
husbandwas/ severely,honied in. at
tcmptlng v fo sftve her.. Mr. Martin seems;
to havojbeen horn to Hl-luck. Two years
i ago, wiile jidW.out tfitfi jbe daughter of
,Itev. S] B.'SerwtßS, bis lioraes ran away,
i ijQii thipwing.Mlsa 8. upon the hard pike,
killed her instantly:
- -more national cemeteries have
been located hy ilic corriM of workmca en
gaged underitho direction: of Lieut. Col.
Moore, IA. Q. M. One has bech .called tha
u Cltyj|qip^<?emgtcry, o andU^M»tcd J (ma
mile. fnin City Joint, Va., near the banks
ofHhlAppnnatox river, enjtfierranh oftfßJ'
Comer, jand r gontajns The otto
. er i 9 knpwaaa “PortHamson!Ccmctcry/’
and iirffitaWislied «n «taoH‘jbfclf a inlie 1
cast of ,nd%;
Richmond, VtL Tina cemetery contains
ono i‘at&vthreo*na^
tbat-Wemlitrrie4,pn.ib6 Jcflbf.lljoJcrusa-.
is?r *
A Treasonable Conclave.”
The Knoxville Whig, of the 4th instant,
has the following editorial in reference to
tjte so-called National Convention which
jihects m Philadelphia in August. The
. Whig says:
“A convention of the States is called for
the second Tuesday in August next, to bo
held in Philadelphia. With a view to take
the people in, and practice a fraud ujK>n
loyal men, it is called a Union Convention;
and to further cheat the people, it professes
to meet to serve the representation of the
Southern States in Congress, and to defend
and protect the Constitution. Let the. truly
Uryal n*en keep out of tbuit meeting. It is a
Rebel - Southern -Democratic-Coiifcrratirc-
Con*tituiional-Prc*ident-frtaking-Conclave,
that loyal men, north and south, will keep
out of, and stubbornly avoid. Union men
don’t want the Rebel Southern States re.
stored to their tormer status iu the Union,
without indemiityfor the past and security
for the future. Nor do they want South
ern Senators at d Representatives admitted
to scats until llioy elect men who can take
the TEST OATH.
“U.t tho*e if to want tc aid the came of
the. Hebei* and traitor* of the South, and
tho*e who toi*h to aid in the organization of
the corrupt Democratic party, attend at
Philadelphia. 'That is the meeting for all
such men to attend, but l<jt true-hearted
Union men stay away, as they will be very
certain to do.”
Some of the Bt. Louis papers publish a
lengthy account of what is called a ban
quet in a brothel, which created a sensa
tion in that community. The substance of
it Is that while the Cincinnati police was
on a visit there, the Police Commissioners
surprised them with a midnight banquet at
one of the most notorious and fashionable
bawdy bouses on Greene street, escorting
the Cincinnati guests into the place with
out informing them where they were go
tog-
nhcu the character of the establishment
became known tbc Cincinnati Chief retired
with the remark that he was “not accus
tomed to that sort of thing in his official
business.” It i 8 said the proprietress of tbc
house exhibited her sense of the high honor
done her by setting out a supper of regal
stylo, with wines in abundance. Among
tbc guests were two of the Police Commis
sioners, a Judge of one of tho Courts, ami
Other officials. Speeches were made and
toasts drank, os if it had been a dinner in
honor of some military celebrity. The
community is greatly scandalized by the
affair.
One of the celebrities of (Quincy, Fla.,
is Mr. Tom Nathan, who commenced life
as a clown in h traveling circus, and who
is now a devoir, member of the church,
and retails dry goods and merchandise on
a limited scale. His hair is of snowy white
ness, bat he says it became so uot in conse
quence of his years, but in consequence of
an alarming accident which befell hiut dur
ing his career in the saw-dust. There was
a tiger in the show with which he was
connected, and the man who bearded the
'tiger in his den having on one occasion
struck for higher wages, Nathan volun
teered to lake his place. Boldly he entered
the cage, but as soon as he did so, the ani
mal resented the intrusion and seized him
byth© fleshy part of the laxly immediately
below the small of the back. The fear of
lieing chawed, the paiu of the laceration of
his tlcsh, and disap|Kjiuu*d ambition com-
Lnhvd, hlanehcd hi* hair iu a moment. He
went into the cage a fair-haired youth, and
was taken out a white headed old man.
BROWN’S VEKIMiXUE UOIII
KJTS, OH WUIUI LUZENUE*.-Mucli -tukoesh un
.lmihtrilly, >mh fill Jr«*ji mini malult.it, lUlrHiulnt to
.nil. r r«ut«», isi-loi.t.i lay «a>rui». 11.. VKU
MIKt't.K. < *• although rtfra-ttiml 1n.1.-trtn -
11. Worm ~ ran l,» ln|l.r) t.. tl.a- UaoU
• la-lla ata- ClllM. Tl.l . . oil! I.lllation II t- tM-a.-
111. ■.-fllll) U*. .1 I.Ul*. All a! f.Min.t la. bo
•>.»!«* mint Mira- in nrmaiK-«t<im; worm*. ~i hurl In! in
chibimi.
C'bUf'n-n having worm.- r<-.iu)rr Immediate mti.-n
-tlon, ai neglect of the trouble often eau*r prolong
ed sir.knris.
>T/npl«;iim of woriui iu children arc often over
looked. WortoH lu lUe »toin&rb mud bowel* caofte
irritation which can be removed only by tlx. u*<- of
it murr- tested?. Tbe Combination of Ingredients
nsod In making DKOW.N'B "VKItMIKUtiK COM
KIT*" W sticli ft* la give ihr best possible «(Teel
wUb safety.
>ol<l wholesale an.l retail In nit •burgh, at KI.EM
LNO'S, l>rvj: and Cau-til Medicine l*e|»nl, Nu. M
Market »tract.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
IFJ/. JUfiGHAH, JrAdanu Express Lffftee,
54 f'ifth Sired, it an authorised Agent to receive
Advertisements for the (J AXETI'E, and all other
papers throughout the United Suites and the
CbnafUts.
UVVGI FOR MALE, by
■A/JyW HT.NBY U. COLLIN*
j lißlumiNfi oil—so bbts. for
4-Jqak. by HKNItY 1L LULLLNS _
/ ■'EMEBrT—2OO bbb. best quality
V>ror«At*bV UENKY H. ( OLLINs.
I)LASTEB-ToObbb.lor Rale bf
HENBY H. COLLLMt.
store and to ar
-4 cat*choicfl OaU; J cars ibellv<t Com.
Wfi linli. Family Flour: ai tontMlUdlln**:
-20 tons bb rth; 1-5 kc*j> choice Ltril, -
Por sale by KBITTa inTOHAttT,
80 Liberty street.
Apuau for Woods’ Celebrated Mowers. Jylu
QItOSSA OUC&WELL'B
FXOKZiBB.
A InrjCf supply of extra »lxe quarts and plnuChow
Chow. Ulrklns. Mixed. Unions, PlccoiliTl, Walnut
and Cauliflower Vickies, tor satrTry tbc doscu or
single Jar, by .. JOHN A. BCNbBAWV
JylO corner aadfiand yrcot*.
rj.REAT INDPCEKESTSOITER-
Li ED to agents to tell Lltilfcfltlq'* C real Picture
of the
DEATH-BED OF LLICOLN.
An cucrgctlc mao can make irout *i to *2O per day
on a very small capital.
CLAOETTA DUBES'BEItY.
Room Ci, Merchants' Hotel.
JjlO;l« _Third A bmlthtlelu BU M Pittsburgh,
VALUABLE STOCKS.-Will be
T added to the'lUl of stocks already advertised
to Ire sold TUIB (Tuhsda>) EVEN'INO, July lOth,
at 3 o'clock, on second floor or Commercial Bales
Booms, lofldmlthflold street,
3& shores Fitts, Mak'l Hank of Commetcx-;
4 ” Allegheny Motional Bonk:
600 >( Marine Dll Co:
jyl<> A. McLLWAINK, Auctioneer.
omcK or tuk Pitthiil-ugu uas Ct>MrAs\Tr~
FrfTSßCiton, Jniy u, iua. f
THE TRUSTEES OF THE PITTS-
A 3UIIUU DAH COST ANY bavo tLD day de
clared a dividend of TWU DOLLAHB AJfD FIFTY
CENTS pernharc, on the Capitol Stock of the Com
pany out of the profits of the last six mouths, cud
lng 80th -lone last, payable forthwith to stockhold
ers or their legal representatives, at the oßlee of
theoompsny. JAMJC& M. CHBIBTY,
Jytoif-U Treasurer,
VOCNCI MEN’S MERCANTILE
L LXBRARY AND MECHANICS* INSTITUTE.
—The regular Unarteriy Meeting of this Associa
tion will be held on
Taesdsy, the lotto mat.
st the Library Hall, at a o'clock p. m.
jyV:_fC_ U K. B. F.DIVAUDS, Secretary.
• CONTJtOLLEIi'B OFFICE, 1
OITTOF Alif-KRintST, July 7th, Iflflb. |
CELLED PROPOSALS will be re
~ eelved at this office until FRIDAY, 13th Instant,
for grading Monterey street. '
Jiy direction o/ the Btrect Committee
- ' ' ft. g. FEAKOIS, City Controller.
J. S. REwnnxk co-,
COMHIBBION kEMHAHTB,
¥ dealers In Floor, liratu. Foed and Produce.
\vi»iLf d ' ,auce A a,m,,e oa consignments.
ii«i£Tn '“*?• .S"* PF.MN BTKBKT, opposite
Union Depot, Pittsburgh. L’a. ~ jjr&flß
KSIm:, B S»sSl l tbtaM“.?^r r C-a-otUI 8»'“
u.ni;
30 ** Second do do'
USh A. » f tLWArSg. Auctioneer.
AM OBPIMASCE relative to the
“* ,ta or Law-
Sec. l. ua>l Rutu.’tcti Iru tu* hum,,,
atut Town m*JcU„fUu Borvugh uj&Z?rtu££lt
ami it i* fccsf|/*n«cU*X bulk*, a
ThM 8.1, 1 sum. u HOW Uld ilo»n In lU-. D ?f
•itd.noroagb.faklOg'tbc ole Borooirb rlnt! *» tW
cenife, and'located aloui lbo name from Uutii-r
»irc«C iu iba'Allegheny river, la hereby deeiatvd
open a* a public highway of aald borough, or a uni
form Wlrtih of. Mvcuty feet.
Ordained and enacted Into a Jaw tbU aUttidavof
July, A. It. IWJ. 7 * n
. , „ J. C. nUKVCM. Buntes*.
J. J. ( OllhT, Secretary. Jjß:f3a
'I'IBBY, M’KEE A fcO., '
lIANIINcniRKIIi OF all ki.vds of
FLINT GLASS PRESCRIPTION
YIALB AXD BOTTLES.
brace,’ No/ no watek stuket, uj 11,.,
v Wort.. LUMBER STREET. ne.r r«oi,.
* • 49*11 ware warranted equal u> any in the city.
. T y, .
*T! TJRTf lT! ' '
S!.L’B BAKING KWDEB
at tnlhecuukc.t. tskbigp/ecattcacvof
. j*jronoweed. by lho moat oxperl*
onccdUakcnsad Coosa to bo theißßSTlif thfE.
'iMtW.if u.stmE «ni.«UTnm°ln3;iii ,c«mi.
ntißi” anything twt’.'i* ; pur®’,
MuthiKti .:
u,,,
inror-Mvbr an..G«oe«rr YaPfltsbatia aha 'itllc^
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JAMES T. BRADY & CO., T 8 ®
; Ojuccessors to 8. Jones & C 0.,)
CoiaAer gn.
BANKERS & BROKERS, L|{ffi |\fit rii\t:E (MlPffl,
DSAI.KKS IX ALL KCSDS OT
Government Securities,
Foreign Exchange,
Gold, Silver Mid Coupons,
COLLECTIONS made cm all accessible (Kilnls In
the Uulted States and Canadas.
Interest allowed on Time Deposits,
DISSOLUTION.
r |'HF. PARTNERSBIP HERETO-
fore existing between the undersigned, under
the style of BCHAUH, MrIHINAI.I) A Co.. Is dls-
IJ'lved by rnutu 1 consent. The business will be
continued tn
HHAUH & MCDONALD,
who win settle the old business of the ttnn.
.ions McDonald.
JOHN BCUAI'K.
JA ME* LINDSAY.
ai.i.koiies\ City, dairy, inga jyio-rta.
*BO REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
A. paid for the apprßlienslou and dell'cry at my
ofllcu of either the following named Deserters troin
theBl%til I'. 8. lafautn. tU:
JoHN KELLY, 22 years old, 5 feet C Inches high;
fair complexion: gray eyes and brown hair; burn In
‘Clara, Ireland.
WILLIAM UK HAKT, t 3 years old, C feet.
inches tdfb; fhlr complexion: gray eyes and brown
hatr; born in Ilea renown, New Jersey.
JOHN PAY. in years old, 5 feet (*-.• Im hes high;
dark cotpplexlon; black even and’btock hair: born
In Canada.
The above acc all supposed to hr In Pittsburgh,
Fa. THOMAS WILLIAMS. Ju.,
Ist Lkut. sth Art'y. Itvt Major U. 8. A..
JyJQ: fig Nn. Igl Vonnh btreet.
SI MM Kit CLOTHING
KIK BOY*.
YOUTH*, and
CHILDREN.
• A good rartety of all the rummer Myles, at mod
erate price*, by
CRAY & LOCAN,
47 Nt. Clair Street,
M>. KAYI.OH, Prrs‘l »v. s. Bce‘y.
PITTSBURGH BOLT COMPANY.
WE ARE PREPARED to make
all kinds of Holts, from 1 , to 3 luclies In diam-
eter.
JOINT BOLTS, CAR BOLTb.
PLOW BULTS. CAIIUIAI, F. BOLlb.
UUILUI.M* BoLT.*s FOUNDATION BOLTS,
SPLICE B<tLTS. SET SiItEWS,
NTT WASHKIW. Ac., ,tr.
GornerMorlon an-l Butler bl*., Mnib Ward. Or
ders left at Fort Pitt Foundry.
General BlacksiuUbtng promptly attcuded to.
.
BXOBXiSZOXI
OMHIBUS AND LIVERY STABLE,
«IV>, 4tO Pfnn Street .
JAMES K. DA IN, Proprietor.
«*-Omnibuses and earrlagea lurnlabed for all
trains. Also. Carriages for Funerals, Weddings
and Partlex, at short lotlrv ami reasonable rat, s.
stable Open Da* uud Kight.
jya-.CJD. i. tji.s
gWARTWOUT'S
PATENT METALLIC
PAPER FAVTENER AND BINDER,
For fastening Law I'aiwr-, Bi>erlfii-.-i!ii>in., Patent
Papers, ('lolli batuplcs. Manufacture* of every lie
.r-rlptiou. For binding Magazine*, •'heel Mn„lr,
New*pa|>ers. Periodical'. I’auiplilrt., Ac.. Ac,.of
All khi,la. comhlulug seeiitlly aud durability with
rapldlM and itouimih.
THE 7 ICONOGRAPHER.
This i- au ingenious an,l v-imple median leal Instru
ment lor ,-upylng UieooUin.s of Eugravlug*, Arch
itectural Designs. Plans of Machinery. Vietures,
Scroll Work In Wood, klnmroid, ry atid outer Pal
lerua. Map-. I ray.,n Etchings, aud all drawluga.
,’OK SALK BY
W. *. HAVEN,
COBS EL \Y«MJD AND TIIIKD bTUEUTS.
J?»:fB
PHOENIX STEAM BREWERY.
si’iiiii EK a iticiiAv,
ISIS m BREWERS
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
PimBVRGH, PA.
RUBKHT WATSOS,
"U. H .Ul.Kliy , li. JI.UVHO..
ii wsbiv,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gab and Steam Fitters,
Fiflti Street extension,
lURGH, PA,
All orders by moll executed satisfactorily and
promptly attended to.
Afullftnoof Bath Tubs, pntnns. Basins, Water
Ctoscls, Sinks, ChmndeUers. IVndanl*, and Has
ShA <ea. for sale at the tno»t reasonable prices.
Orders from country patrons by mall promptly at
tended to.
Gem Hose of every description, )e23:d!s
J|EMOYAL OF THE
HOESE MARKET,
In Allegheny City, from the bT. LAWRENCE HO-
TEL, Federal street, lu the WM. PENN HOUSE.
corner ol Pasture Lane and Jackson street.
The OPEN LNONALE tocornuumee on FRIDAY,
June 5»Ui. and to contloueKVEßY TUESDAY and
P. .McNAMEE, Auttloueer.
J. DIAMOND,
[Practical Optician,
And Mauuffcctarur of the
RUSSIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES,
Wblcn are warranted to preserve, strengthen and
improve the sight. For sale only by
J. DIAMOND,
myt7;s29 So. Jau.Bt.olalr Street.
F. MTJSSMANN,
Fifth Strict, beltcetn Tunnel and
Chatham Stride,
QUHSVITH aNO DEAIERI N HARDWARE
First eia*s goods of all deacrlptlons 7‘ n ~y n
band and sold at the lowest prices. Ueparib '- out
carefnliy on short r.ctlce. vtai '<lUc
gVI VOUB NOTIONS,
Toys, Baskets,
VAHXBTIUB, I*o., Al
j, e,xjre/i»s
Variety and More, )*7^T!^|!arket'street.
• ID
59,00. W «®CAH
For Two Weeks Only.
1 am suiting a good FRENCH CALF &JUN 11CH> I,
of my own make, for the small snmofNYNB
LACE* at No. U 0 Market street.
myfl:rJ2 DANIKI. Jn.
JAMES N. RALPH,
arcecxtbot,
Prepares EXPLICIT DRAWINGS and SrECIF 1 -
OATfONUfonan kinds of BuUdlnes, and super u
teuds tbcircrcetlob, on reasonamu terms
Office on ANTdERSON STEKKT, belwee 1 ..acock
and !Uohinxoniatnseto, ALLaHHKNY KihdTO
KXCIIAKna RATIONAL BANK OF VITTSCUBaU. i
; FrrrslßiUOU. l’A., July 2,180 H. {
T»y QBOEB OF THE BOARD OF
JO U hereby riven that the
STOOa
fo /r»Sc:*!ra”'l A. »l. MUIIKAV, Cm.lci-.
( 'AT*WnA WrnE.—2o cakes Zim-
rnceman?* Clin Innatl Sparkling
CATA.WBA. WINE,
t£°trta and plutm on band and for sale by
) IILLIiBB A BICKETBON,
and corner Liberty and Irwin ata.
(JI.AKET ASD tHAMPAfciSiE
WINE.
Tfl eaaea and baskets Jtrst received per Fa. It It., by
; MIX.LEU A IUCEJSTSOK,
**d comer Libertyand lrwin sU. ■
J I 'OBBTLe, '
ws , pte,r«LVi7r :
Emtalrepr . , UOIIT. SIMFSOH,
•• J_ Pearl Mills SUbie,
- j^Sf ro f- Itcl f ccaaa ‘ l Oebooi •!*., Aliegbeny.,;.
pUOmrCEFOHSAI.K nv UEVBY
SSIS’SSi; ■;
i- SiOCDpaOßdanhortit'i ■ u •
wi JiMhMSt&iSSwttMitoAi.
MUTUAL
Of New Vorl.
ASSETS. OVER
Sixteen million Dollars.
To moot Do* choice of *urh present <>r fuvart! tm ni
l|cr» as may prefer to Ua\e the amount lusnred t>nid
In Instalment” t«» their widow* >,r heir.. rather than
In one-urn. this Company Is pn patvd to insert la
its policies a clause agreeing that In U. u o l the pay
ment of the polley and profits in one sum, an cqulia-
Mu amount, to be determined bv the Company. nt«>
be paid annnally or seml-imnnaltr for any *p« eltl.-.l
number of year* (say from five to tweuly-Ilveyoar..)
EXaMl’LK.—f!nppo»c a pulley of *lO.OOO, with ad
dition* amounting to *5.000 more, should become
payable by rea*<*n of the death of the person In
sured. the Company, in lieu of the payment of
*15.800 in one «am «‘onld be aide (ogive la.-*uiuliig
tuterest as realized lathe pa*n :inaanult\ forum
years or over *2,000 per annum, or lot tweuty years
an aunull) ol over *1..D0 per annum.
Thi* form of annuity will remove Ihe anxleiv
which may exist In the mind* of -ome policy-hold
ers U**t the future provision ibex hare made for
their families, should be IncJTccloal or transitory In
It- duration, either through un-afe Investment. un
wise expenditure. or otlu-r uncertainties ineldentai
toconllngt’ot trusts.
U is not only free irout the ordinary dangers of
inri-stnienl. hut H< punctual and full payment Is
secured by the Urge and-olid ra*b resource.* and
good faith of Ibt' InMttutlon, wltp-l, Uin*. toaer-r
-tain extent. iM-eome# the f-uxrdltui or Trust*-, of
the survivor-. H. n.-e tin pr,.\|.|.iti mat I- cun-id
crnl. humanly speaking. h. ~.n.j „n\ idvt r*c eon
tlngene).
All -urb dv ferret! payment* ..r aim oil w 111 *h.,r,-
,a|Ultab!y l n llte prolll- <.r dlvult-ml* of tCompa
t»y-
Till* I Will *U„ Is.iu- M KUYottMIIP
ANMITU:-. «bhh prort.i,- I or-,rrv I, ors dt. ring
U»P whole period Of life, and DIFKKKK.D ASM -
ITI)>, by which Individual- may provide for them
•elae- in ad' anei-d age.
F. S. WINSTON, President.
R.EATCHFOBD STARR, Geu’l Agt.
GEORGE M. BLACKSTOCK, Agent.
970. 37 Flttta Btroot,
PITTHBLR<*n.
J. D. RAMALEY,
334 Liberty Street,
Dealer In all kiudz of
Hoots mid *4hoes.
Always ou band a large and varied assortment of
Ladies’, Misses' aud Cbildren's
CUSTOM MADE SHOES AND OAITERS,
Of the finest New York Manufacture,
And at Lower Prices than Down Town
Ke-mcxnbcr the FOUR LARGE WINDOWS, oppo
site Wayne street. )eT7:e«2:rrs
(JARPKTS! 14RPKTSUARPETS!
HcFABLAND & COLLINS,
71 A 73 Fifth Street, 2d floor,
Are now In rrcclpt of an unusually larjtc andchoicit
Canute, I-loor Oil Clotlis, XX indow Whadcn,
Oauuuika, Repp*, Terri e*, Lare and
Sottlugbam Curtain*.
W Itb a host of ucw and elegant pattern* <il Cornlre
lo'niateh. Velvet, llrassels, Wilto , and Mosaic
UUyS, «U of the iat«**t dvslans, illr,-«i from tin
most celebrated loomsof Korope and America, and
to an examination of which the public an* cordially
Incited.
At UiU Immense stock w*s pnrehased before the
Isle me In gold. It will readily be men that our pat
rons share equally with us the advantages ofipur
chastng at the lowest market taler. Jyj
UjUfKkAL PARTXfcUM, 31'KCIAL PAJtTNKaH,
KKUHKN MILLKR, BAAI'L U. HIRB,
t*EC. W. 11AUU. SAATL DUFV.
UfclAS. I’AUKIN.
CEESCENT mEL WORKS.
MILLEB, BABB h PABkIN,
UAXVFACTVRKIia OF
BEST Ul ILITY CAST STEEL,
W&rriknted Equal to aajr In the Slarket,
cither Imported or of Domestic
Manufacture.
DPKCIAL ATTENTION I’AIO TO FINE
ANl> DIE tiTKEI..
Office, 38 Wood Street,
IN BT. CnAJCLEH HOTEL bUILOINU.
f'nrauuitau, Juue ieth. last. iein:dt9
pETROLIA
BLUE I.EAD.
We are now prepared to furnish this STANDARD
brand of
BXstTH XiBAD,
For Refiners’ use, promptly and
iu any quantity.
We guarantee the QUALITY to be SUI’EKIOK to
ANY manufactured in or brought to this city.
T.U.IYEVIN A 10,
\. W. Corner Third and Alarkel Sis.
j'Sitdn
-CARPET CHAIN.
PLAItI & COLORED, COHON & LINEN.
ALSO,
COTTON TABNS, ASSORTED SDHBEBB
AEI. OE BEET yUALITV, FOB SALE BY
A- B. OTXTT.no « 00.,
At Hope Cotton mill,
ALL£CIIK!iV Cin, JUST IBOft SAILBOAD BBIDG&
Samples may be seen .and orders left wltb U.
CHILD® A CO., No. 1311 Wood street, Pitubnrab.
|es:c!7 **
J. W. iOHWSTOK ; JAS SCOTT.
JOHJVHTON A SCIOTT',
DEALERS IN
Fine Watches, (Hocks, Jewelry,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.,
No. !474 LIBERTY tfTRSET,
XHttnbnrsh, Pernia.
‘ 49* Particular aUentlan aivea to Repairing
Walonea. Clocks and Jewelry. All work warrant
mmußGHißON worn
J. PAINTER « SONS.
U.AIXWACTUBKRS op
Iron, Bucket, Tub andTruuk
HOOPS ANUBHEETB,
__ PITTSBURGH* PA,
p C. DIIFFV,
* MANDPAcnmiB or
. T|h, Copper and Bbeet IroU Ware,
And dealer In STOVES, HOUSE VUKNISHINB
GOODS. .WATKktXIOLKBS AND
. , TOILET. ARTICLES,
2ST°- X-fte Orazit Btroot.
„ •. PiTTSßtman^rA.
TWs HoumU Urn Cbespesiplace In tUe city toDtty
Store* and Tfcn Ware. Job Work promptly attend*
«d ; to. - v • myatsbo
StAMTEIa LOAS OFFICJEr No. 151
STREET, corner of Sixth.
Loaned on surer Plate*, titms putol*.
luaittond*,. jewjclrv., Gold and . uUrer-Wateiiea;
Clothing, *ad rata* wo article* ofsrcnr detcrlDtf onl
- ■lHOGoodtjamnyt bo delivered wlthonta Octet!
Not accountable fttxaae of Eire or Uobbcrr.
..Good*-or fcT ef y °g*crlptlon ror sale at. lowest
pflotai. • |1 QeHidap) EHANtJKL Dx lluy.
;jfnii! BsejunrEoaso einr -
, ' oxuaurniwcrAczuD.
.bt'sJJl JPJUU&N STA'I U
>ina? A«totw>ot'’J«*^roedlTdd‘ ; at^ j - • •"
W<ood StEOGt. i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
MiM'llS! MM,
4K IVnu Street,
FIFTH WARD,PITTSBURGH-
Deposits received and interest allot cil on dc
'* t'oltoctlonaj made on :iI J the principal points of
the UnLcd States.
ALL lawns OF
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
f»nri Sold.
TIIR STOCkIIOIHfIIS IMIIVIDUALLY RESPOSSIBLE.
ROBERT DICKSON. l*r*sMcnt. #
JOHN 11. RALSTON, Vice President.
KOBF.KT .1. UKIKIt. raslilrr.
UtItLCTOHF:
ROBERT DICKSON. I CHARLES MYERS,
JOHN U. RALSTON; JOSEL'iI I.A«*s '• -
w H.LIAU SMITH, I WILLIAM IrtOUKELL.
CH AS. H. AUHBTUoXti VVM. CKA VYVOKD, J ft..
JAMES LITTELL, II’AHL SIttBKKT,
UK, J. AHL, I JAMES TAYLOR.
J. D. RAMALEY,
336 Liberty Street,
FINE CLOTHING,
MEW YORK HAMII UIUIIE,
AM'
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
At UultsaU: and Retail
Agent f<»> t.K" UKANT H l-KI/fc M Kl>A 1. anti
mokisijm.N’sstau sunns.
Ilememix’r the NKW IKON FRONT, opposite
Wayne street. Jc27;e.t2-TTs
BAILIFF, BBOWN & CO.
PIUMBERS.CAS & STEAM PIPEFITTERS,
No. 55 Federal 81., Allegheny,
Penn Street, Pittsburgh.
WATKII AND tiAS FIXTURES constantly on
hand.
Hotim-N titled up with liA.". WATKII <>r STKAU
IMI’KH at short uotice.
i'll Krtloerlca*'Oiled up al idiot t notice and In the
must approved style.
At •IT AT* *Brt, TANKS. Ac..•third with Sheet
Lead by new with Mydro-Alinosphrric
Wow Pipe-
Wc fe.rvil constantly on hand a large snpply of
SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE, IRON AND BRASS
DOCKS, KITTINUHOF ALL KINDS, UYDKANT
Ht'HEt and In tact all material kept by a Ursl-claas
rsiablb-limt-iit.
Wc 'funl.l Inr He the attention of all wlio have acr
work tp<lo in onrllne of business, an we feel conC
•lent wta can Rite i lie bust of satisfaction as regards
material. workmanship anu price. Jy4:f3
]yj[KN’S BOOTS.
BOYS’ BOOTS,
Y’ outlies' Soots,
LADIES' BALMORALS,
LADIES’ GAITERS,
MISSES AND CHILDRENS’
Boots, Balmorals
G A I I L It S,
AT REASONABLE DATES,
SOUTH & ROSS',
03 aUKKETSIKCET.
lnyXiSbS _ _
G HOCKKIKS.
VIILLER &RICKETSON, X 05.231
•i-’A and '423. Corner of Irwin aud Lllierty Streets,
have In store, and to arrive a largo stock of Groce
ries, rotnnrlslng In part:
m) bblk. syrup;
100 bids. Cuintnun aud Rood bTrup;
10 pbds. New Porto It fro Molasses;
1& '* nr me KarUa-IoW Molasses;
106 bag* Roasting and prim** Klo Coffee;
10 .*• choice Laguara Coffee;
IP “ choice Java Coffee,
id choice Natural Leal Tobacco;
l.'iO *• S’#, lo's and Navy Plug Tobacco;
ISO packages No#. I. / and 3 Mackerel;
100 bow- scotch flerrlnß, \
Wltich they offer for sale at the lowest uiArhet
prices. JyS
1866. SPRis,G HATS - 1866.
MoCOED & CO.,
131 WOOD SWEET,
Wish to call special attention to their targe and
aptend id stock of
Hats, arc., for Spring and Sum
-1 tner H*tar,
tZlndleas Variety.
S’ BftRBYB, YACHTS, SEASIDES, Etc.:
sad 110 YB* SARATOGAS, “HOW'sj
" BRIGIiTONS. RUSHERS, MORTONS,
, I’ETOS, Ac.. Ac.
STRAW OOOUS of every description, to salt mil
taste*, i % Je3hdti»
|JTI)UT I WORKS.
McLEAN & SLATOB,
No. 8$ Liberty 81., opposite Fonrtb,
UA>* 0 F ACTU UKItS OF
CABINET MAKERS 1 HARDWARE.
They task* s specially of Iroa Bedstead aud Pivot
Caatorß: Porcelain, lieditud and Pivot Castors;
il< Aait-sd Faatunlugs; Stops lor Extension Tablet*.
Ac. They alto umuufacSure and have constantly
«»u hands Thatob Latches, Spring Latches, If'Lean's
Window Saab Supporter, M Lesn*» Eccentric Sash
Button. Utility Shutter and Butt Binges, Grind
stone Hanging*. Sad Irons, Sash Weights, Ac., Ac.
J7£ct® ■
eio. Joa» nose.
JOtHlff ROSS S CO.
scccwepuß to
WM. N. OGDEN & CO.,
qtanufacturCrs and Dealers in
Carbon Oil Lamps & Fixtures,
Chandeliers, Carbon Oils, Ac.,
f I*o. 64 Market Street,
PITTSBTTR&H, PA.
avtß:{39:d.twT F
CtPERIOR OAK tMedTplt^
U KNT STRETCUED AND RIVETED
LEATHER BELTINU AND UOSE,
Manufactured ut No. 5* SMIT.UFIKLD »T., hy
HARTLEY. & CO.
Also. Agents Idr New York Rubber CO.
Gtuii Belting.
Always on bantl, J a suipcrior uuallty of LAOE
LEAVllgßand GIWIIYDRANT BOSE. COPPER
U(VKT*an>l BLUB, BELT HOOKS, otc. OuStrdO
K8154T WESTERN tiliN UOBKS.
I J. H. JOHNSTON,
Alakor and Dealer iu
Fine; Bifles and Shot Guns,
AJUdr.IBAVYinUPOCKEYIfEYtItVKBJi, QA&-
BLN KB hud MUSKKTS. All Ylndirof
And MAKKH'S I-'F^ruiutrf Com -
paaleslurnlshed with arms at abort notice. All
46#* Rente tuber thu place.
Comer. Pajul and Wayne Streets,
IttfccTO • • ITrnißimoil, VA; • •
UiAIUER BLLTING.
CHESSMAN & CLABK.
No.ll OHIO hT., near tlio Penitentiary, Alleghe
ny City, manufacturers of every description of Pat
ent Btteichedi Cemented and Riveted OAK TAN
KR LEATHER BKLTIKU. BKLiS made to order
AmlTcpairedht short notice. I'srtlcular attention
paid to Belts for Roiling Mills and heavy works.
All work warranted. Orders 'rcsp^lfulivsolicited.
- teghdH _• . ' ■ - • •;
EVERSON, PRESTON \CoZ
PEjrjmiri, m.wj
IKOIN
Warehouse, Nos. 165 and 102 First street, op-
Bouse, rut*burgli,_pn. _ . -- rt
pun THE PIiiUjHMK tltoMtii
X of-all deurlptlous or “■ ■>
tUEM ESTATE. •:
joati Biiiiiv,
or, s.a
: ... t Pngußipewsyi. ,
Jk'T* • WHITE &-CO^ :■ *^ ~ ‘w v r t .:j/
.!^kadt4ciaLtY. J ’ ;•
- Corner ot 6hetßeldasd:oh«xUcu streets.
BdMrte end CirtjageAfgrptohcfl. Jir .noioqyd.
J7B£SH^KrBIRikEUKI£B^Mia
,daxen£ctak9inrwtMrrieß,ln-YpoQiulAass , ,t>rlai«
i JSTEW ADVERTISEMENTS
report
OF THE
IMTTKfc'tHtGU *N*TTONAX BANK <>K COM
CouNBU Firm .van Wood Stbebts.
PlTT3&a&iiU. rA
Loans and DUrontiU....
Kuruilurv and Klxtorea,
E\ t» ns<‘aj>.t premiums
ltcmlUancf- and Cub Items
I>««e from Hanks
I'. H. Bonds deposited with L'. H.
Treasurer for cirrnlitloo MO»fW 5?
oilier i . s. securities ris.iso co
Specie. ..cual Tender SoU-tt and Slate
Bank Sole* u-s &jo 00
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stuck
Ctxuiatlun ..
I)fDo'lt“rK .WWV.W.W.'. "..\*22*.ar>B U
Itaak. and Hanker* &5,7»5 SIS—2SB.M4 13
Surplus Fund, Interest nod Rxtfhatxfti: +I.SUS M
fj,281, KO «
•Tbe abate statement Is correct and trnc, to the
beat of my knowledre ami belief. "*
J. O. CURRY, Assistant Cashier,
tiworn and subscribed before ne this so day of
July. I*oo,
)Y3:C7B
a. SAUTiL N otary Public.
IjTH <JI!AHTEKI.V STATEJMEItT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP PITTSBURGH.
PITTSBUBOH. July 2d, 1806.
RESOURCES.
Loans ami Discounts 55
Unltwl Stales Bond* °°
U. U. Temporary Loan JiS’SS 25
Duo from Hanks and Banker# j®
Specie and Legal Tender Noted 08
National 22
Note# of Solvent State Banka 7«20* 00
Cu-h Item* and Remittances
Real Estate ».«»«*
gjrpbnßc 60 &1
LIABILITIES.
< apltal Stock $500,000 00
Due Individual Depositor# 1,601,«L8 <3
Due Batiks and Banker* ltl\W» 90
Due Treasurer of tl»e United States.. 141,2-15 17
Contingent Fund and Profits.
_ $2,101,461 06
1 hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true ab
stract from the Quarterly Report to the Comptrol
ler of the Currency
jy3:eM JOHN I>. SCULLY, Caahler.
QUARTERLY REPORT
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK OK PITTSBURGH.
PtmnuuDii, July 2d, ihgc.
Notes aud BBls Dl.-rcounted $ 991.977 43
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure Cir
culation 514,000 00
OLburUnitcd State#Securities 5,000 00
Specie and other Lawful Money 100,003 07
Stair Hank Notes 2,304 00
Remittance* and other cash Items.... 30,060 4C
Dm; by Banks and Bankers Wt,£J7 71
NtHfr Third National Bank N. Y io,(k« 00
TaWs ami Expenses S.CH 24
Real Estate and Bond and Mori* age
account 44.2 CM 13
Capital Slock
National Circulation.
individual Deposits
Dividend# uupald
Due t» Bank# and Hankers
Earning#
$1,951,5ir. 13
1 certify (hat the nlnive Is a true abstract of the
Staleiient made to the Comptroller of Currency,
lyiujis . J. E. BRADY. Jit., Cashier.
J. D. BUULIiY,
334 Liberty Street,
FASHIONABLE HATTER
And Dealer tn atl kind# of
TEATS OAFS,
FOR m. ROTS AXD CHILDS*!
Tlic Newest Styles always., on
hand and at the Lowest Price*.
Look out for the FOUR LAUUF. WINDOWS, op
posite Wayne street. |cZ7;eJ2:TTu
BOOK. AND JOB
Ir^RINTHSTG.
With a large quantity of
hew Type and increased facilities,
We are prepared to do
plaEn and ornamental printing
In tjn; very best style and at the lowest rates.
JOHN F. HUNT & CO.’S,
59 Fifth St. Masonic Hall.
in
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL,
Corntr SmithQeld and Third Streets,
PXTTSBtJJIO-EC.
r rms OLD FAVORITE HOTEL
having been thoroughly renovoted, repaired
and refurnished,
18 SOW OPIli VOS TEE EICIPIfOS OF 6DESTS.
The proprietor (formerly of the ST. CHARLES,)
expeetd from its central location, his erj>erlcnee,
determination to please, and by MODERATE
CHARGES, to deserve and receive a liberal pat
ronage, __
S. B. BUL, Proprietor.
Jeatejta i
ENgVRANCE CO,
OF PITTSBURGH, PA,
09ee,31 Fifth Street,Bank Block,
This la a Home Company, and Insures against lost
by Eire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President,
i C. C. BOYLft. Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, Trmnrer'
HUGH M’ELHENY, Sectary.
(Hone Wilwo,
Geo. W. Evans.
M. C. Lappc,
J. 0. Kleiner,
John Voegtler,
A. Ammon.
Robot* Patrick,
Jacob Painter,
Joslali King,
das; H. Hopkins,
Het>ry Bproul,
i, 0^chrnm...................... n. w.bcfttj»i.
J d BirFiTTM & CO., Manufae
• Jittrera of Sarsaparilla. Lemon and Raspberry
aosx .WATBRSp
Raspberry, Stwwbexry and Lemon Brntps; Bottlers
of choice Ales. Brown Btont, Lager Beer andUham
pagne Cider: Clderbythetaml, half barrel or keg,
nearßeoond, Plu>-
OMers Oiled and shipped to all parts of the eoon
ttrri on Bhon notice. , |e<;cM>dAwT
boijb* AAD MOUTUAULB want.
for tho following stuaji
$500,; $l,OOO, $3,000, $6,000, $10^)00,
For one, two and three years.
UKO, M. pjcn.t.
_leM No, J3BU Clair auwet.
ACO. U.TACR TUKO. X. TACK raKS. C&AJ
*l[)ACk. BHO. * CO.
COMMXSSIOH BERCH&HTB,
AND BROKERS IN
PETROLEUM AHO ITS PRODUCTS,
T Hancock Si.,
PiuLArunraiA Orncx, U 7 Walnut street.
mrlß:tU7- '
OF EVERY TAMETT.
COPPER, TINNED AND IBOff;
BADDLERS', UPBQLBTERB' JkKD CARPET;
JOBEPB WOOPWELI, & CO.,
SCALES.
CBUDEANDREFiNEDPn'ROLEUM,
‘ - \ CABOLUf A TAB, AC.;-* 1
ofl)na«»MrW»}rASMiMOk ®**i
.Affrrrnr,-
r?*', WSipaW»JiiHP^«a«»'-' -
«f-Cj 'MtfK ASTBB ft C 0.,
,m^73Pe*d>#*o«»ltt4-
C'ubnlil forW^c**- < x _i __>? *'•
'■TT’■'■ IcißMaß w»%-elm •En-
JCb ociucb, tcncmin* *m> ' soncrrOKor
V a x*otb> j(o,ta!i»iT.-iiCidLm OT(«rr, Pon ;
OfioelSOx 688, Bertdence, 14Hajrrtxe*t, WTTS
stJKGIi, PA- • J v»!i*»&.
UELTUIfiJ BEI.TIJfe!!^-t«aUic)r
Gun 9«UlofiXfife* GniaPadklng Qukiiti, 1
hft , v-. '• 'wSHSfWRBe 1
WAHTS.
WAHTED“S2OO perllbnth paid
phta. Pa. tea:cTB;dSwJ
WANTED —AGE9TTS —Male and
y Female, to sell the Plctum “HOME AGAIN:”
rwYvVi!*V^ ea J IUf H I Hatch Engraving* “CHILE’S
PKAYRK” and ‘-FIRST LESION.’* A Jew goo«l
agents «n make from ftio to $2O per day In tak lug a a
C /vS* r Uw beat Bouts tn the country -
V su Uls CAMPAIGN.” ChO- -
ictTUory tpArstappUcatm. Apply soon. Address
my23;tyft A. FiULWgsTMtdsHreeL
WLTTEO.—A SURE FORTUNE.—
* * V* e advcrtDcr, a chemist of twenty-live year %
experience, both in Knrupe and America, wishing
u» rutin- from the profession, will send to any not
sou valuable recipes, from the use i>r which any In.
dustrlous young man or woman, mIUi little on >
capital, can male from the first day not ontv an t «• -
ccllent living, hat In s very shurt time rvolU
moderate fortune. Address, with two stamp# tor
return postage,
V, I*. CHESTERFIELD, Chemist,
my36;bGOTT£ 517 prune St., I’Mladeluhl*. I‘s.
.$ CA»7O 74
3.066 00
t : AtkK*n
3S.ISU 4V
si.a>i,6so un
.ft 500,000 (C
450, COO 00
WALL PAPERS, Ac.
rfHOBIAS PALMER
fflOLESiis m smu uufe a
WAJLL PAPEI4
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES.
T/LBXiB OOVBRIB
Warehouse, 91 Wood Street,
Second door below DUunond Alley,
feS4;Boid PITTSBUHQH, PA
pAPEU HASGINOS FOB 1866.
A great collection if
dmtrlcan ITWI Ip aptrs.
Kor the first time In fire
. .r* It' KJTOI.ISU I**l PE It 8
A choice (election of'tbc
IYcwc#( French Papers
for sale b
12,821,401 «5
pIRLOB PAPERS.
A NEW LOT OK j
Standard Grold drapers
Now oftnisuUful deslflue j/or i’SHor*, at
No. 101 MARKET STREET, NfcAU FIFTH.
DURKIN ISON WORKS.
JONES & LAU6HLINS,
PITTSBURCrII,
ft1,951.U65 63
AMERICAN AND CLAIR
.ft 750,000 00
323,6(10 00
Bar, Hoop, Sheet and Plate Iron;
Bridge Iron;
Angle and T Iron;
Guard Iron;
Coal Screen Iron;
T Rail a, 16 and 201bs.to thejard
Tram Rails, punched and coun
ter sunk;
Boiler, Bridge and Tank Rivets;
Cat Nalls 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;
Paleut Cold Rolled Shafting;
Patent Cold Rolled Piston Rods;
Mpwer and Reaper Bars.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE,
120 Water and 158 Prout Bts.
BRANCH HOUSE.
Nos* 22,24 and 20 River Si.,
PITTSBURGH
NATIONAL BANK
COMMERCE,
COBNEB WOOD & FIFTH STS.
Capital, $500,000
Discounts DaUy at 11 A. XL
Deposits received and collections
Bade on an tbe principal points oi
the United States on favorable terms,
UNITED STATES SECURITIES
Bought and BolcU
OFFICERS:
A. PATTERSON, IJOSKP XIU. HILL,
Preatdent.l Cuhler,
JOSEPH C. CURRY, Aubtant Cuhler.
UIUECTOIth,
A. PATTERSON, |\VM. HEED,
JAMES U'CANDLESStA-LLEN KIRKPATRICK
CiIAS. LOCKHART, 1 Wll. DOUGLAS,
WSL U. BROWN, WM. S. HAVEN.
JOHN MELLON, | mjr2lut9lTT.
DAY, McABOY & SPANG,
PROPRIETORS OK
IRON (111 MM WORKS.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
Nog. 45 Wood aud 102 and 104 Third 81,
IMTOJiTEIiri Of AND DEALERS IN
Saddlery Hardware and Trimming,
And Hannfccturers ofall varieties of
Suporior Wood and Iron Barnes,
Wrought Post Bits, Bing Bit*, SnalUcs, Brandoons,
Wheel Hits, Munch fills, Ac., Ac. Keep also on
hand a fall and complete assortment of goods In
their lines ail of wjilch they offer at as fair prices,
and on as good terms as arc offered by any Itonac In
the trade EAST OK WEST. my24:b24
(jHOA WAREHOUSE. ~
RICHARD E. BREED,
IMPOH.TER,
No. 100 Wood Street.
, BKIJANNIA A Nil SILVBK 1-LATF.D TABLE
WARE, TEA TRAYS AND TABLE CUTLERY
always on hand.
CHINA TEA BETS,
CHINA DLN-NER SETS,
CHINA TOLLKT SETS.
I'ULNA VASES,
CHINA SPITTOONS,
BOHEMIAN W AiUCOFEVEBY bESCRIPTION
LAVA CARD BASKETS,
LAVA VASES,
_ LAVA SPIT) OONB.
ERGLXBH STONE-WABKof ail varieties. tond
wholesale and retail .trade.
Thelargestandihpslcoinplctcatock of everythin*
In this line In the City. ' °
PH«s* and terms Urn same aa in the eastern cities.
myJTiaa*
(jaWTEK 1829. PERPEIXIL
FMSILIS FI*KINSCKANCE CO. OF fmi.nm.mm
Arnett o» lan. 1. IBU, - . ga.*37,st» *5
Capital'. > 400.000
Accrued Premiums «i my
.Invested Premiums LOSASS.
UnfintllMt niSlMo * *» a*!S?'
unsettled Claims Adis.
Incotne tor uh 300,000.
Lowes Paid sincelB29 ; a«5«o.
Perptnal and Temporary Policies on liberal terms
„ ' ... •' - rannou.
Cbaa. N. Rancher, Isaac Lee.
-Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
•• Samuel Grant, .• Goorre Fales,
JacobH. Smith, AUrod Fitter.
George W. Iflchartls, Kra’sW. Lewis. -M.D
iucNCKKR,- President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice-President,
W.
mbSlrrr Corner. Wood and Third streets.
gHisi bu, ia,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
!N MA.UB, «^u, 8 f5«3: ££?"*• LAJiD ’
880 Xslbortyj^troot,
JftlgtTiß PITtSIIORGH. PA.
JpiSHI FISHI! FISHIII
HENDEBSON iIAINCi,
Dealers In FLOUR, FEED. AN D PUODUOE. wUI
receive consignment* of WHITE FISH and PICK
KHEL direct from Lake Superior during the season.
; ..orders from City Mere Sants-will be
Btled at the lowest rates.
•DEC* and Warehouse, Comer Second, and, Try
• a|TWM« Pittsburgh, " - leifrcmrs 7
TUOJtaa s. aurru «ro. b. Bums
SMITH & SHAFFER,
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS
.ffASIiFACTIIBEBS,' "
■ XllamoixciAJUcv,
‘B^.vh.M, 1^1 . iBITTBBDBUH. PA.
&-lU>THBOg.-Pr
o*3rs^a4^]jyertd:
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noBEt'HOOE!l4|Hq(|Pipu
CingUnM<MttUiißnlvl«t«i tbtBTO.Bo.-i
tr» ( as andßt* Clair stt eeLQ
B
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WALTER l*. ijWtSHALL,
"rWi-wisiMi.
JOS. B. HUGHES A BKO.
CHICAGO. 11.1,