The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, July 10, 1866, Image 3

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    'PRIMd-im.* A ~'
BATO3STS.
Boautjtfia Trine jfif
orurrs Tsbdmtos,
8 'fgpftjrag 6bk lacks.
; BUnOHB, etc., etc.,
WITH A CWi&TE WBORTMEHT OF
BoygJXWftwy HOSIERY.
GKJfrSCOTTON HALF.HIHII,
THwfiLD^OSM,
LADIES' WHITBSIIS GLOVES,
Bur r Bpafcfffcov kb, w *
sguAgjTLAOßvto,
- BLACK.SPUTTED NETS,
• RH^>LAOi»AND E i>GIJIGS.
LINEN COLLARS A CUT KB,
wim A-cOimsmi stock op
mninim fbits ms. mu cooks,
- JtATI) JTOTIOJTS,
At Wholesale or Retail!; at
F. EL EA.TOlSrf’ib,
17 Fifth Street.
ir
QtCZE HEKMO imOEHWEAH.
LADIES AND OENTLEMEN,
Linen and Jean Drawers;
Hew Ifld Cloves at 75 cents a pair)
White Cotton Hose at 12 cents a pair;
Five Pair Rood Cotton Hose for $1,00;
Parasols and Silk Bnn ; Umbrellas;
Pans in every variety and
iftW STYLE PUFF WAISTS; t
Ptiff Berlin Q-loves.
NEW GOODS RECEIVING DAILY
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street.
MAORI)SI, GLIDE & CO.
JOS. HORNE & CO’s.
SUNRKAM AMU DERBY HATS.
MAY OUKEN. DEW DROPS. Oil'S lE. DAISIES,
OOUUETTE AND HAMILTON HATS
OH 11*. HAIR, STRAW HON NETS In new shapes.
Ft unes, tn all tbi fashionable style*. k ~
UIHBONS, plain, » n, > cheeked, all
W KLoVeRS. WtIEATnJV IBUDS and ROSES.
HTKAW HOODS. TKIMAIINtiSandOKN AM KNTS.
Tvmilnory Goods.
SWISS. CHECKS, null. LI ANT, NAINSOOKS,
TARLATANS, SHIRRED MUSLINS. LINKNN
ami a DiU assortment of
WHITE GOODS.
BEAL AND IM. CIIIUNY LACE COLLARS.
BEAL AN!) IM. VAU LACKCOLLARS. BEAL
I'OINTE LACE COLLARS, aETTS aod HAND
KERCHIEFS, UAMSUUG TRIMMING AND
FLOUNCING, SWISS ANI» OAHHBIC EDGE
AND INSKKTINtIH. LIKEN COLLARS, CUKKB
AND BETTS, varlour. ilylea.
Pufl llltafitm, Swiss and French Cambric
TABUf UUFFLINGS AND SHIRTING, COL-
I.AICS, BETTS, EDGINGS, KIULLINOS and EM
BROIDERIES, DRESS TRIMMINGS IN GUIPURE
AND CHUNY LACK, GALLOONS. KANCY
BUAID, niTTTO'. BALL AND DROP TIttM
MING.
Bead HtrekinerN Ornnraenta nutt Nets*.'
BUTTONS.
Iu the cboieoM nylei in' HEAD, SILK. KANC\
CKOTCURT, BLACK AND WHITK PEARL. LM
PEKIELLE. JET. BALL. GLASS AND CAMEO,
nlain and painted.
CORSETS, NETS. COILS, 11AIB PUFFS AND
BOLLS;DUPLEX KLLIPTICaud RONTON HOOP
SKIRTS: BELTS, BELTINGS, CLASPS AND
BUCKLES: FANS tn gr»>M variety from palm leaf
to lvorr: SUL'SIMEU LN OKU WEAR. for ladles and
cents: all Ift T FRONTS, "STAR” SHIRTS; TIES.
BUTTERFLIES; SPANISH LINEN SHIRTS:
THAYELLING BAGS ami SATUfIEIdi; HAIR
BRUSHES; COMBS; and a
JFrii Z.MJTE OF tfOTMOJrS*
ALL ATPOrULAU PRICES.
Jltoa, 77 and 79 Market Street .
Jalo:dit
«OOD8!
HACRUM & CARLISLE,
wo. i» yiftn su-oot.
We are now opening an elegant assortment of
NEW GOODS, embracing the richest style*ol
* REAL LACK GOODS,
RICH SILK PARASOLS,
ELEGANT PARTY FANS,
KLNE BONNKP lUUUONS,
NKW Si Yu 1C DRESS TRIMMINGS,
REAL GUIPURE LACKS.
KINK PLAHL BUTTONS.
Wo hare Inst opened a u-autifal lot of
REAL CLUNGY LACES AND INSKRTINUS.
We would tovitr special attentlou to a new and
spleudtd a&aort netit of
JADIES' BUFF AND WHITE BERLIN ULOVKS.
GLOVES In the new Petroleum atvd Havana Shades,
An assortment of new colon tn KID GLOVES,
BLaOK LACK MlTTB—new etyles;
A most oc r piftc assortment of
LAiaES’and CUILDREN’SCOITON HOSE;
mknt*s fink shirts, deuiiy ties, scarfsi
COLLARS, HALF HOSE, SUSPENDERS, UM
BRELLAS, Ac.;
LADIES' and GENT'S GAUZE MERINO UNDER
VESTr.
To HercUants and Dealers.
Our Wholesale Department, now well slocked
with eTct yUilngl n the NOTHIN LINK, which we
offer to t v Trad; aa low as any bouse East or West.
MACKUM & CARLISLE,
19 riith Street,
Ajtcutc tor the "LOCKWOOD MANUPACTUK
“«U COMPANY." BUADLKY'b DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC SKIRT at MaQolactaren* Prices.
mylJ_ •
C. anntmnror..W. T. SHAJOrOW. J.fl. 6T*rn*j»BOß
AKItITIIMtT, SHANNON & CO.,
So. 115 Wood St., Pittsburgh,
Have Just opened « large new stock of
FANCP AND STAPLE DBI GOODS,
Adapt*'! to thcvpiTßtiiit season's trade, which they
oßeral the LOWEST EASTERN PRICKS.
Sew Prists, Delaines, Lawns, Ging
hams, While Goods,»Dress Goods,
Shawls, Balmorals, Sotions,
Cottonadcs, Farmers'&
Mechanics’
Cloths’ Linens, Drills, Bleached
and Brown Sheetings .and Shirtings,
BURLAPS, COnON & LIKEN BUCK. AC.
Merchants are Invited to call and examine oar
stock and prices. J ell .
{JABR ncCANI>LEBBfc CO,
(Un Wtt£OK<CAKB A C 0.,)
WHOLESALE DEALER W
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
STo. 94 Wood St.,
(Third house at>«Tv Diamond Alley.).; . •
■ I'tTTßntmUli; PA.
TOBACCO, (HOARS, &c.
gSCEISIOK TOBACCO WOKRB.
R. & W. JENKINBON,
MABtrracruusitor ,
TOBACCO, SItCFF
NO. O FEDERAL STREET,
Third door from ttaspentlon Bridge,
ALLIUIHKNY, PA.
Branch Store at fialcm.Ohlo. . myttibia
B. B.JEFFRIES,
Hsnofsetnrer and Wbolesaleand Retail
l>«aler to mil kinds Of .
TOBACCO] SNUFF AND SEQARS,
Ho. a Nk CUlr SUM!, Pmibnrgh, P»
M3-K large assortment of UEEB3CUAUM PIPES
and SMO HAND TOBACCO or.the Low. tioaUty kept
on babda. ttvafabTO
GEORGE BLUMEHTBCHETN,
l&UIK IS FBBSICS AID BOIESIIC
SEGABB,’ CHEWING TOBACCO,
Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, &«.,
KTo, 4 SeveAtli Street,
gga^!?f <>tl '" wr ‘ r -- rrrTSiiUBBH. r+-
JOHItf MEGRAW,
KAXDFAOTDBEa OP
AND WHOLESALE ANDCRBTAIL DEALER IN
nix. Kntßs'or.. .
gUJFr.AXP BEGAKS,
4CFSaiAd Stroot,
A general assortment of Smoking Tob*oe<Vf
and Totoieco Pooches always on hand, •ayatto**
DEBIABD WICALAH,
Maaaftctorcr and Dealer In
ALL KINDS Of TOBAOCO
SNUFF ANDSECAftS.
WIIWJtAAL* ij»b RST.IU
50.3Q90)d0 Bt, iUeetEOf Clty.
|e7ie» _ . •
PAINTERS.
jr OHN T. GRAY,
v J nouaz ittiu bio.n ~
PAISTEB, GSAIKEBAND, GLAZIER,
No. 54 Hand St/, TittskurgH..
Plain and Ornamental Signs oi every description
dm* to order. AU work done promptly *t reasona
ble ratas. - . 'Je«:CS7 .
H. BBOWS, r
‘ Lau of at likowm . MOu/ow.
aopifcMfnpiaa.'ijuH't^j
nr» : ’Mv&sfssiH
Ovlic giii&burgb teftte.
TUESDAY, JULY 10, 11
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
AddiUnal Local Batten oa First Page.
Hie G*aett«i—Persona 1 earing the city
a wring the gammer, can hare the Oazxttx
mmtinA to them by tearing their address at
oar ooanting room.
ilsbrnt Uorpao C*se-*>AMother Beeko to
Obtain custody of tier Child.
On M? nrt »y morning, In the Common Pleas
.Coart, Judge Sterrett heard a hatieeu corpus
case. The writ was Issaed on the petition of
Mrs. Ann B. Merriman, who sought to obtain'
possession of her child, a little girl of lire
years, held in custody by John Merriman, pe
titioner’s fhther-in-law, resident at Sewickley.
The facta of the case were: Jacob Merriman,
father of the child, was In the army, and for a
tlmo during his absence his wife, tho peti
tioner, resided with the respondent. When
the father returned from the army ho went to
housekeeping, but not being able to obtain
employment, sold out his household goods,
and went to the west, the petitioner resuming
labor as a dumertlo to earn subsistence for
herself and tho child in question. Previous to
going away, her husband gave the child Into
the custody of his father, the respondent,
with tho Injunction to keep charge of It dur
ing his absenco. The mother was averse to
this arrangement, and after fruitless endeav
ors to get possession of her obtld, finally took
legal proceedings to accomplish her desire.
Bho alleged that thus far she had maintained
hor offspring by honest labor; that sbo bad no
knowledge where her husband was sojourn
ing, and Hint tho grand parents woro not
proper persons to have core of the child. For
tho respondent it was urged that tho mother
abused tho child, and that as she had no per
manent place or employment Its condition
would not bo bettered by giving it into her
-custody. After hearing all the evidence, and
remarks of John Barton. Esq., for petitioner,
and J. W. K. White, Lsq., for respondent.
Judge StorroU decreed that tho child should
bo surrendered to the mother, and bo subject
to further ordor of the Court, tbo graud pa
rents to bo allowed the privileges of visiting it
ut all reasonable times until the matter was
finally eottled.
(terteoM t’barge-80l lie Only Biased
Autolne Derwent was arrested, yesterday,
and brought before Justice Miller, charged
with attempting to rape a young lady named
Mary Shield. It appears that both parties
had been to church at Mount Washington, and
weru returning together -to their homes In
Scott township. Derwent, being provided with
a barouche, invited Miss Shield to accept
a seat tn the vohtde, which she accordingly
did. They engaged In conversation, and
wore laughing and chatting gaily until they
reached a point on tho old Washington pike,
on the hill immediately above the second
toll gate, where, she alleges. Derwont
threw his arms around her, and although she
struggled hard to tree herself, he succeeded
in kittling hor three or fo r times, alter which
she made good hor escape, by jumping out of
the vclileLc. The evidence being lnsulllcient
to warrant a prosecution for attempt at rape,
there being no criminal Intent shown, Der
went was discharged. Determined that ho
should not escape, Mary instituted proceed
ings against Anvolno for assault and natter)*,
lie was therefore held in |3OO tMOiswer at
court If all young ladles showed such an
antagonism to the mute embrace, we are of
the opinion that lovers v.ould be remarkably
-scarce.
Uo«ly Foaud—Coroner's laqOMt
Wv mentioned yesterday tbe fact of tho
tluding.ou Sunday*, of the clothing of a man,
together with a sum of money and a bank
(.'"ok, on u fiat under tbe railroad brldgo, on
t?o Allegheny river, giving rise to the suppo
sitlon that the owner hud either committed
suicide 01 was accidentally drowned while
bathing. Tbe name "John Atkinson” was
written in tbe bank book. On Monday morn
ing the Ixvdy'or a man was discovered floating
near the. St. Clair street Suspension bridge,
ami upon investigation it proved to be that of
aVoung man named John Atkinson, nineteen
years of age, who was employed at the works
of Herron A Co., anil who boaraed In tbe Fifth
ward. Thu body was entirely nude, and no
doubt is entertalnod that it was that of the
owner of tho clothing found- It was as
certained that he loft his boarding place
for the pnrposo 01 taking a bath In the river,
obtaining somo soap belore leaving, and there
fore it in believed no was accidentally drown
ed. A verdict to this effect was rendered at
an inquest held by Coroner Clawson on Mon
day forenoon. The body was taken charge of
by no uncle, thu only relative of deceased in
tne city.
Death of Ex-AMeman Davis.
Another of onr oldest And most respec
ted citizens has passed from time to eternity .
Joseph G. Davis, Esq., died at his residence
on Miller street, Ui tho Sixth ward, at an early
hour yesterday morning. He was engaged
for a loug time In tho commercial business,
aud enjoyed the highest respect and esteem
of a very’ large circle of acquaintances. He
was a brother of P. M. Davis, Esq., the well
known auctioncr, who died some years since.
In his retirement from active business, in con
sequence of thu mQnclttcsof age, he accepted
thu nomination for Alderman of the Slxtn
ward, to which ofllcc be was elected and
served the lertn ol five'years, his commission
expiring at tho commencement of the present
year. He bad been in bad health for a long
lime, suffering from heart disease, and was
fully sensible that his end was nlyh. Paraly
sis, with which he was seized a few days since,
was tne Immediate causo of UU demise. His
age was sixty-five yean.
Odd VellowH Demonstration at ttreens
bars.
We are requested by the Committee of Ar-
rangeinents ot Greensburg Lodge, L O. «l .0.
F„ to statu that an invitation ie extended to
tho different Lodged of the Third District to
attend aud participate In an Odd Fellows
demonstration at Urecusburg, on Thursday,
the l’itb Inst. The officers of toe Grand Lodge
of Pounsylvanla will be in attendance ami
will instruct U*o members In the secret work
of theOrdor. P. G. M., J. Alexander Simpson,
Bsq., of Philadelphia, will deliver a public
lecture at the Coart House in the- evening.
The members cotnpoSHig the Third District
will meet at the corner oi Canal and Liberty
street*, at 7 o’clock a..*l, when Uwy will be
escorted to tbe depot of the Pennsylvania Rail
road by D. D. U. M. t M. Rash, who will accom
pany them to Greonsburg, together with the
Grand Officers of Pennsylvania.
u Taken Over.* 1
Tins Head is stereotyped, almost invariably
need, in announcing the consignment of male
factors to the Penitentiary. Yesterday Sheriff
htewurt conveyed to that Institution, j>arb£
U'Donoogh, convicted of felonious assault
and battery, in ahootlugdth<Nn&S Dougherty;
John Walls, convicted of riot and felonious
assault and batteryv’Shomar IPDoooldand
WlUlazn M’Cann, convicted of larceny. M'Don
ough was lately -the keeper of) s tavern on
Wylie street,-near the JaQ, aud. quite a crowd
of nis fnemla and acquaintances assembled to
see him depart for the place provided by the
State for too- incarceration of those who offend
the laws. A number of the lriends of Walls
woro also present.
Dnpm ,4; .IRrMa’a aiu»lwU.-The la
moat Dbprtz a Grofen'sJftlnsLrels opened last
opening at tfao Pittsburgh Theatre, to-a crow
ded bouse. Without'a single exception this is
the most versatile and talented troupe ef min
strels that baa~e?.er visited our city. Their
performances anrcliAsth and high toned, pre
senting tbo audience with a /air Idea of trne
minstrelsy. Charlie Beynolds, Billy West aud
a host of other talented performers .conned"
tdd wit h the froupe bive 'uOt their equals in
tbo world, In the burnt cork profession. The
Theatre duriug the brief engagement of I>u
pea4 Green, will b£jthe<cQhtre.of attraction,
and a place of ar&usement well worthy of ~
Visit.
; *
—On Friday laat a
woman nameuSus&n Hughes was arrested at
Bolivar. Westmoreland county, Charged with
killing ner infant. -The-birth took place in an
oatflcFd near Bolivar,- on the flight previous,
and she killod the child by strangling it with
oat aialks- Afierher aTrest she mauoa (nil
rCOflfttSlon, hat her condition was such tbai
she could not be removed for Incarceration,
ana eras therefore loft aaOAr<»ervclUaaoo.
IftCnooused is a widow, her husband having
lost his life in tbo army about twOyeara since.
.€«}le4 to CJn*lm»a*L-Bev. Xir. Howard,
of' ttilsolty, was recently called .to the First
Fresbytarian =Chnroh-ofi Cincinnati, and was
offistcu tMlorrof 14,3)041 once,'with the un
derstanding thar. It ‘would bo Increased as
speedily os poMH)le to *5,000. Uli pastorate In
Pittsburgh extends pvcx a period of seventeen
years, and' tip* been one of uninterrupted suc
cess. lie 1b exceedingly popular' with bis peo
ple here, and whether no will conclude to
accept the coll to Cincinnati Is a matter of
some doubt.
Bomettibsr (he Benefit.—To-nigbt, at the
Opera House, the charming actresses Ada and
Minnie Monk, ofittutPlttADurgh Theatre,tains
a benefit. ..A great bill ts offered, many of the
most talented favorite acton in tho city har
ing volunteered' thetr terms. The
Monk .deserve a crowded' house, and wo trust
it will bo ,accorded them by the amuaemont
loving community.
A was officer Mooney, not
r Mowry,‘'Who acted so conspicuous a part In
tho capture of the river pirates, as mentioned
in Saturday** Issue, it was owing to-officer
Mooney’s efficiency that the arrests wore
made, and 'tie therefore should yveolvo due
credit. . , m
>Vtn class at Five yploshr-We am re
quested tt> -state ; ihktra nnniberof merehanti
Jainabasiness.oa Market street, havoar-
SnSd w Closeitioir hdhWk at five o’clock, r.
order to pDoif their .employees sams
recreation during this warm weather.
On A
P.oftheU. K. IL Chapter
waste leave Philadelpnla tMs
oltv; accompanied bjo -other• matMUJf ot lao
Granu ChaptcrTfor the purposo of visiting
tiio several Chapters hero: , ~ \\ ■
A Ksieti between the
base ball clubs* the fbrmCr of Mi.
and tho latter of Bimtogh&m, on Saturday,
resulted in the success of the Alert.
AiiuHDi Ujrti-sladgee Starritt,- JfeUon
end Btowo wero on tho bench yesterday* in tho
coma of Oosupom nebs, disposing-of- the *e»
f'jgnßieat llgu . .
tilts Bsfnra-HeuT. Mayhew. the young
burglar, was<eou«pedA6ahei)MSiofHßfuge
p*£sc*»,,by ort*r (/tOpurl^.
EARLY TELEGR!
. J V I TfiE QUEEN! THE QUEEN.
SW YORK. h \i t y t j
*fi Tli F A TIHE QUEEN OF
lirofce-Two DcatM 7# J Jj 1
■jT“- "““"H/raVMWRESTORERS!
he th<m£nometer again ' | fjE J* _____
Thirty- I (ALLOWS yUBEN HAIB ItBSTOUKU
e we*3»epbrted, a part ! is llUEEN.fcot only la same, hut in viiitukb.
ami adtKlional to those l* the Best, Hair Restorer ever offered to
before mentioned, twenty-seven riJLtLiMr in \ u , c *_
. t ~, . , k/MB* 1 A “ iutalllWe nrsTOKKU and I'aESEHVEH of the
death. Copious rams fell last night, ’fit I k Halr if faithfully applied.
Nearly all the bar-rooms were open TmA\ tt 4 ft no Hair While
day. Superintendent of Police Kennedy luR4 TK V M * ,aF n "ye.
lug issued orders to make no more arrests fop Al£S*g ta J‘ ,c J.* a, . r . chan *‘
violation of the oxcUo law, the constitution. c oul of tta .IfT' 1 ,
alto of which will bo determined by the Court ®j?Ssfrr"n.i Jan Jrtm; .no cnrtn* all hlii! , It im
Of Appeals. ecxlp.
Two deaths from cholera wree reported yes- u will change dry aud wiry hair to soft and laxu
terday. riant trewc#.
A collection was mado m Beecher's church It impart# a delightful fragrance tothe hair,
yesterday for the Portland sufferers. in abort, if you wish to restore your hair, as lu
George Peabody arrived at Montreal on Sat- yoQlh ’ and retain U through life, u»c
hnlay. Ho was warmly welcomed, but waived HRS. WINSLOW'S QlWi UMK HiiSWRRK.
a public reception. Ho will remain tn Canada .. . ... M ... „
abont ton days, visiting various points of In- 1 rice 81 per bottle. Hold by all Drtigguu
ltico letter says that the slave pop- E. ®* SELLERS & CO.,
ulatlon is rapidly dim :shlug by mauumis- Wholesale Ageist*,
■ion. - ®
The sugar anil coffee crops are not more
t,h»m liaif the average.
The weather is rather cooler, but the ther
mometer this morning marks eighty-four
Sky overcast.
Rumored Revolt in Capa.
Baltimore July The Sun publishes an
account of a rumored rovolt in Cuba, brought
by the Captain of a steamer which arrived
from Havana on the 4th. The revolt Is said to
have occurred at Porto Principe, the nows or
which caused intense excitement In Havana.
The authorities at Havana paid no attention
totho rumors of the revolt until the news
come that a portion of ibo population hnj de
clared for tne Independence of Cuba and a
separation from the Spanish Government. On
the first Instant a military force consisting of
five companies, stationed at Porto Principe,
wns sent against the insurgents to bring them
to order. A Qght ensued, in which the Colonel
was killed and two oihor officers mortally
wounded, while threo companies of Spanish
soldiers went over to the insurgents. The lat
ter thus reinforced, and numbering now seven
thousand in on, proceeded to the mountain re
gion.
Tho moment this nows was known in Ha
vana, throe steamutß were dispatched with
troops to the plaoe of rovolt, bat before they
were fairly on their way, which was on tho 3d.
tbej stirring Intelligence arrived that four
steamers with two thousand troops on t>oard
mada their uppear&ncp£iear N uovltas, bearing
the Chilian nag, undirected a landing in the
vicinity. All .the discontented \ hereupon pro
ceeded to the place of rendezvous, and It was
believed that the rovolt had its ramiflcutious
throughout the whole island. Among those
who have loft Porto Principe, were
about one thousand negroes, who, ft Is assart
ed, were armed by their owners to jout the In
surgents. The whole affair was looked upon
as a general revolution of the natives, to free
themselves from the Spanish rule.
From Vera Crus.
Washiwotow, July Letters received here
from Vera Cruz undor date oi the iAth of
J nno, trom a well informed commercial
house, have tho following: There are many
here who believo tnat tho French expedition
will not be withdrawn as announced, for the
reason that General Bozaine, who is protect
ing certain commercial houses who are im
porting goods in his name without payment
of duties, he being interested therein, is using
ail his 1 njfi nance to delay the departure of the
troops. It appears, certain, however, that ar
rangements baro been made with the Trans
atlantic Company for tho transportation of
the forces, and that the first steamer fur that
purpose U shortly expected. The late meas
ures of the Imperial Government are ex
tremely severe upon the commerce of this
port. The latest tax is in the shape of a Li
cense, which obliges each commercial bouse
to pay from one to three thousand dollars per
annum for the privilege of doing business.
Letters of American Cltiaens Opened
and Read by naxlmlllaa’s Agents.
tv ASHtMUTOK, July The Idea Librruh of
Puebla, ol June 9tb, shows that letters from
the United States are required to be opened
and read at tbe postofllce by the persons to
whom they arc addressed. In the prescuce of
Maximilian's agent*, who afterwards examine
them. Matters considered objectionable ore
sent to the imperial Commissary, who sub
mits them to the Coart Martial lor such dis
position us may be thought proper.
The Philadelphia Convention—The
South to be Represented*
Wasubotos, Juno 9.—Southern papers re
ceived here to-day exhibit a very general
disposition on the part of tho people to re
spond to the address for the Philadelphia
Convention. State and district conventions
to nominate delegates have been called In
Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.
NOTICES.
NOTICE
To the Tax Payers of the City
of Pittsburgh.
THE CITY TREASURER la nun
A ready to receive all taxes payable at this office.
No. 110 Fourth street, •abject to a reduction of
FIVE PER CENT.,if paid before the ('llOl7 DAY
OF AUuUsT NEXT.
Tbe Mercantile Licenses arr doe and must be paid
before tbe PHUT I>AV OF JULY NEXT In order
Lo save cost and expense ol sulioeforean Aldr-raiau.
JeU:d.y JVM. EICHBAUM, Treasurer.
NOTICE.
THE KEIUMUiCi PAST of Ihv
A large property for tale laid oat In Boyd A Allen's
plan ol lots, will he sold In lots or hy the acre.
Splendid for gardening purpose* or for city resi
dence. Apply to Wl. b. BOYD, at the office of
Kirkpatrick A Mellon, corner of Diamond and
brant streets, or to KJCHAKO ALLKN, on the
property, at Lower ;t. Clair Hotel. mrlTisß
MERCHANT TAILORS.
JJENin e. HALE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
mrnwßt couu w mm t n. cuie weeits,
Destru* to retcra thanks to Sis friend* and the pub
(Elli f*llv fbr the It liberal patrons**. *®d wot
[wtl'uiit inform ttuan Ui*l in
rum Ul ti «lorn nuttt* witu ■ targe and wed
■CW ! (tori <>l
ri > t m UO EH GOODS,
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TO TIIE
Tax Payers
Borough of Lawreueeville
Whereas, by a .supplement of the Act of Assembly
approved the 4th day of Marcli. A. 1»., last, relating
tv the paytueul of the Borough Tax to the Treasurer
wltbtn the limit* of said Borough, the undersigned
respectfully notifli-e the said tax payer* that lie 1*
now In possession of the Duplicate fur tho payment
ofaald tax, and ready tu receive uie same.
On ah taxes paid un ur before the first day of Au
gust. 186 S, an allowanceof five percent, will be made.
on all taxes paid subsequent to tlio first day of
Aagast an*i prior to the first day of September, must
be paid la full.
On ah taxes paid rubscqtu-nl to the first day of
September, he shall add five per contain.
And on the first day of October lu each year, the
Treasurer shall make oat a list o I delinquent tax
payers, with (he amount due from each, with teu per
centum additional added; provided that no addition*
. al omoant shall be less than ten eenta, end place the
aame In Ute hands of the illgb Constable, whose
duty Ikshalt be to receive the tame under a penalty
of nfty dollars; and the said Treasurer is hereby au
thorises! to Issue to said constable bis warrant to
collect said lax, grauting him all the powers and
Immunities now by law vested In collectors of couu
tv rates and levies. Provided that no farther addi
tional notice to tax payers shall be required than
the advertisement In one or more papers and hr
handbills. WM. JAMC&Y, Uoruugb Treasurer,
Comer of Butler,and bravo Streets.
The said Treasurer respectfully Informs the lax
payers of said borough that he is Uollectpr and
Treasurer for the Lawrencevllie School District, and
is also prepared to receive their taxes,, and Invites
them t* call at his office In the Borough of Law
rencevllle, at the corner of Butler ano bravo sts.
WILLIAM JANCEY,
)e2S:e4 Collector and Treasurer School Fund
BTEPHEN M. OTT.
Dye Sinker, Seal & Medal Engraver,
. STKNCIL, BRAND AND SHE! LETHE CDTTKR,
SUPERIOR SEAT, PRESSES,
Canceling Stamps A Visiting Cards.
Also,' PLATES FOB MAUKINU CLOTHING.
93 Wood HL, Cor. Diamond Alley,
IAIXIVK DAVIS' HOOK HTOKJt, )
B. F. BROWN,
Local Claim .A-gent.
v. s. sis. com.,
Office, No. 67 Fourth Street,
(SECOND FLOOU.)
Pittsburgh, Pa.
JTenalons, Bounties, and Arrean
ol Pay Promptly Collected*
No charge made until claims are settled, and tbci
bat»moderate fee. myOtbCO
J?QH BEST,
A FARM OF ISO ACRES,
Hltnalcd in Jefferson township, Allegheny cuunty.
*»•* °n the Monongahela river, 14 miles from the
cHy. The Improvement* are good. The land of toe
best anility; well adapted for gardening* Posses
sion August ut, Uffiu.
ALSO,
•A. FRATtffTn BOUOA
W Ith seven room* ud haiL good stable, excellent
>r»t*r « the door; eltastedon the old Washington
lSauaUljr > | b mlle * the city. Possession Un-
Pot further particulars, enquire of
U M TOWEB,
log PoorUlhirvet.
BKIjL CO*j
Anchor Cotton Mills, Pittsbargb,
«jbntrxcrcßX&a or
A-NCHQB4A> SHSKTHfOB,
AKCHQB (B> SHXVmfes,
• A3IOHOB (O^^HXXttßGb*
!' SPECIAL NOTICES.
|ygp WM. UAMDILL U CO*
boiler makers
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Non. 20, S 3, JM and 26 Penn street.
Hs vtng secured a large yard, and furnished It with
the most approved machinery, we an; prepared U>
Bo uifkcture every description of BOILERS, tu the
lv manner, and warranted equal to anv made In the
r.antry. CHIMNEYS, BREECHING, FIRE BEDS,
ITKAM PIPES. LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS. CON
DENSERS, SALT PANS, TANKS, OIL STILLS,
AUITATOKS. SETTLING PANS, BOILER' IKON,
BRIDGES, SUGAR PANS; and sole manufacturer*
ol BARNHILL’S PATENT BOILERS. Repairing
dune on the shortest notice. Jr6:c4l
pg" LAKE SUPERIOR
COPPER MILL AND SMELTINQ WORKS 1
PITTTaBUKUU.
PARK, McCURBY & CO.
Manufacturer* of SHEATHING. BRAZIERS' AND
BOLT COPPER, PRESSED COPPER BOTTOMS,
-RAISED STILL BOTTOMS, SPELTER SOLDER.
Also, importer* and dealer* In METAIA, TIN
PLATE, SHEET LRON, WIRE, AC. Constantly on
baud, TINNERS' MACHINES and TOOLS. \\ are
bousc. No. Mb FiofiTond Ol Eicon dStocxth, Pitts
burgh. Special orders of Copper cut to any desired
pattern. myl4:e34dAwT
t2TPITTBBI'R«H SAW WORfkl,
w I1UDBA1U). 8110, A CO„ Mannfsctur
, »of PaI'ENT GROUND CIIICULAIto, warrant
ed CAST STEEL BAWh, description. Mill,
Mutoy, <- ro»s-("in, bang,and all other varlrUrs.
All kind* of E.SIYE9 and SPRINGS, mada from
Sheet ( aet-Steel: Ettra Redned REAPER AND
MOWING KNIVES. Ac.
AdF Warehouse and Worn, corner WiTtß and
SUOUT Stuket». Pittsburgh.
Particular aileutlou paid to re-toothing, gumming
and straightening Circular Baws; also, repairs of afi
kind*. Punching and Drilling done at reasonable
R£A A CO- (HUC
cessor* lo RoBINSOH. MlKlo A MILLIES,
Manufacturers of BOAT AND STATIONERY
STEAM ENGINES. ULAST ENGINES, MILL MA
CHINERY, GEARING, SHAFTING, CASTINGS of
all descriptions, OIL TANKS and STLLLS, BOILER
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
W*AgenurorUlFFAßi>'S PATENT INJECTOR,
or feeding l»iier*.
KSf-JOM COCHRAN A BBO n
Manufacturers of IRON VAULTS AND
VAULT DOORS, IKON RAILING, WINI>OW
SHUTTERS. WINDOW GUARDS, Ac., No*. HI
SECOND and aS TUiUI) STREET, between Wood
and Market, have on hand a variety of new patterns,
fancy and plain, .ultablv for all purpose*-
MSr Particular aiteution paid n> enclosing Grave
Lots. Jobbing done at short notion. mhsily
CELIBACY,
-,n Essay »>f Warning and Instruction for
Voting Men, Also. Disease, aud Al>u.*c» which pros
trate the vital powt-r*, with sure means of relief,
s-.ul free of charge In sealed letter envelopes. Ad
. n-»». Dr. J. SKILLIN Ut'UGIJTON. Howard A*-
ociatloii. I'tilladriptiia. Pa. myi2.Us:l>AwT.
POLITICAL.
REPUBLICAN EAEC*
UTIYE COMMITTEE OF ALLEGHENY
COUNTY FOR I*oo-7.
JOII.N VV. UUUiELI..' Cl»*lrmfcn,-L»wf«ict:Tll!r.
OAIT. W. N. RttWIN Trnjp*>r*aceTUlf.
UEOItUE V. GILMOIIE Pltt»bar«h.
-: KN. ‘ L. I’EA.ItoOS L»wr«nc«Tlile.
ukn'. a. ... .
Wil. Si. WILLS.
CCJL. r. M.
DAVI. O'NIEI L nu*bor«L
STEPHEN H. UEYKU Allegheny.
OoL. J. B. IXII’ELAN I>.i „SUttbelb.
C. C. TAYLOB —McKce»port-
JAS U. MUBIIAY .... Upper Ht. Cl»lr Townihlp.
OEK. 8. B. U. TUIN(' KobiQMn Townahlp.
JOHN McKF.I.V l Wilkin* Town»htii.
,I'UUburyu.
OEOttOE WILSON
JOM ATHaVnEKLY Monnl WMtaington.
JA.MK& LUU&SOM Seville £®^?*£lP-
J. H. Llix-rty Township.
MELCHOIt VKUNKK. lUld<l.i TWn*bi|i.
WM. I*. MILLKH < ollla* To»m»hlp.
JOSEPH A.
WJI. M. 11X11711
J. BALI.KM IN K
[AttLKS MAUkMKN
N il. HARE
JOSKI’H rHtNI.H nUiUtirsb.
('AI*T. JOHN H. STEW ART l «mn« Township.
W. 8. I’VkVIAS) K AII«-ftha-flT
CAIT. JOHN Ull.riLl.AN .Upjx-r Bv. i*lair Tj».
WM. MITLKNZUV Hlnnlnshsin.
JOH N w". Vti IVuEI.V.. Chairman.
t' l m. k*'VjmeT‘ irT.rii
( O.\>ESTION,
22d DISTRICT.
The i;NIo.N KKPUKUICAN VOI BUS of the Xhl
( .fUßrr»»loQAl District an requested to meet at the
usual places of holdhyr HecUoU* In tlir varioat
Wards. Rorou*lii and Townships, In said District,
On Mnturday, August 11th,
Ami elect TWO DELEGATES from each election
district, to meet la Count) Convention on TUKH
UAV. AUGUST 14Ih, at lllo'elock a. m.. (of lit.'
purpose of placing iu nomination a candidate for
Congress.
The primary elections In the townships will t>c
bold between the hours of four and six ti'dwl, and
In the wards and borough* between (be hours of
ft, or and seven o'clock p. u. I lithe wards and bor
ough* the elections shall Ac hr ballot, and In the
townships by martins or br ballot.
By order of tbe Committee.
W. J. UII.MOKK, rhaJrman.
WM. A MJXIt.-OH. -He.
K. W. Thiimas, J Secretaries. ; fr Cl6 .d Aw
|^€ONUREBB f DISTRICT.
HON. J. K. MOORHEAD
list ins placed himself at tbe disposal of his friends.
In fo-iM.iipe to their call made on him, iltfl name 1*
now iin-M iiinl hr them as a candidate for nomina
tion for ( tmrrrv for tbe Sit District, subject to
she action of Ll,. Uuion Republican County Couvcn
tlou. ap7 :tc
GENERAL JAS. S. NEGLET
la A 1' A N 111 I) ATE IN Til K IHM’IIK 1
.•I a A n 1.11. a i r. i 1 iir. 4SII 1,1.3,00
mliVilmd
friendN of
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY
Will pieseut hi* uaiue to llie i .invention of the
Uulou party, for nomination as ar.fn<lldalc for Con
gress U) the iLul IH»lrscl. mhlt:Owd
IVEBT AND SALE NT ARLES.
MOKELiND & ITDIIELL,
Nos 425 & 127 Liberty Street,
The very best UUHSKS, CAUKIAUES and BUG
GIES kept for hire at aJI times Tile Itnest HKAItBP.
In tlie city. Funerals, Ac., attended to on short
notice In the best manner.
Persons wishing to engage anything in our line
can rely upon being turned out In the host style, as
the proprietors give their personal attention to Ibe
business. jeiicll
A/lcOALLdlll BROTHERS No. 80
JXL FOUBTH BTKKET. Wc have on hands a vaiy
superior stock of
CARPETING
° l ... e . Te /y <4SSfP r *P t * 011 "»* *' rer T grade of •|unlHy.
OIL CuOTHtJ? extra well seasoned, from I feet lO
21 feel wide.
IMANG AND TABLE C OVEIM-Every kind In
use.
UEAKTII BUGS—Front the finest ijuallty totbe
lowest priced.
CANTuN MATTIAU, COCOA AA'l> MANILI A
MATTLNGW, Ac.
J. LANCE.
SILK AND WOOLEN
OVER A,\l) NCOI RER,
PITTS Bp RGH.
Chintz Window Curtains and Chair I'oven
Cleaned a ud Reglazed without unpacking.
Nos, 35 and 37 Third Street,
between Wood and Bmlthflold,
myi®:»72 _ PITTBBUHCH, Pk
THE A. A. OF CONGRESS, approV-
A ed June 0, 1886, given additional pension to the
following dun of persona:
To those who have lost troth eves or hands;
To those who have lost bath feet;
To those who Ustu lost one hand or foot;
To those who have been deprived of their pen*
alona underset of March Sd, 1860, are restored;
l’enslonsare extended to dependent fathers and
brothers.
Appl y by mall or in person, to
MeMASTER, «AZZAM & €O.,
Office, 98 Grant Street,
pirrsßEßoii.
The Fountain Horticultural
ICE CREANhSALboN
In Wilkins' ilall. Fourth street; near Btnitbfleld,
; now open. .
' The best flUed.i»otaat and moat inducing PLOW'
EKOAiiDKN SAiOOK In tho State.
lee cream, cakes and eonfectlonairlea always on
hand,
A FINK ORCHESTRA has been engaged for th*
season, and will he In attcudance EVKttV,,-Nloli'C
(except Sunday) tram seven tttl twelve o’clock.
Best lee cream, fknita, on
- mapaus turns. ■tmnrtwr'
'^ s iSs»l
yiLGADLi:
toil MIKES 101 SUE.
The valuable coal mine* owned by the Southern
Cml Mining Company, situated In shclby county,
Ala., twelve milts northeast of llontevallo and
one a half miles from the North and south Jtall'ood
(now In rarolng order to mu oolnt), and ont-ouar
tcrofa mile from the Branch Hoad to the Hod
Mountain Coal Mine#, are now offered for sale.
These mines have have l»eeu In successful opera
tion for softie years, are situated In the heart of the
mineral region of the btale. and arc ouly BUty-dve
mlics by rail from belin*, imm whence there la
water transportrllou to the Cull.
There i* uoi In the United Stales a better oppor
tunity lor a safe and profitable Investment In the
qoal nuslnee.-.
One half cash, and the balance al the expiration
of .lx months, without interest; or. ene-slxtb cash,
aud On* balance lu c«iual monthly paynieuls, with
out interest.
;akm and coal land
In Boblnson lowushlp. »u mll.-n oul the Mcubeu
vlilc Pike, three ijuartors of smile from MausOcUl.
\ farm uf thirty-one acres, of which lwenl)-i.»c
acres ia underlaid with coal. From 2 to A sen-of
the tract Is well limbered-. The tmprovemer u arc
a lu* bouse sod ham, and a frame stable, and all
under good fence. It Is well watered. The dial
lies at inch an elevation an will render the stolid
meat uf It on the Pittsburgh sad Slvubvnvlllc Ball*
roa|> easy. Apply for further particulars to
?©H MALL.
The .block, Fixtures, Uo«d Will, blofe House,
dwelling and large Lot In sewlckley. Cash sales
S.'(«UUO a month, t'usnrsnlon given immediately.
Six small Houses and Lots, very cheap.
Several I«oU at Edgeworth Station, from one to
five acres In each.
MALE,
Located in Muskingum county, Ohio, on Manalork
Crock. This property t- valuable from the fact
that every well bored. Oil in paying ouauiliies Is
obtained.
The depth of wells is only alxtui 160 feci, and costs
about frtoo for boring.
Samples of oil can be »«•«□ at 104 Fourth street.
For iurtberparttculars, eu.jmreoL
No. 104 Fourth street.
LH>K MALE—A Farm of 416 acres,
■A. situate In Plain township. Allegheny county,
l*s. Ihe Improvements are a two-story Frame
House, with six rooms and kitchen; a large Bank
Barn. B 0 i»y ill, and other ont-bulldlngs; good Or
chard; 17b acres cleared and lu a good state of cul
tivation. Ihe land It of the best quality: well
adapted for rralu or stock, »nd U all underlaid with
Coal. a very large amount of Locust timber. Pos
session given Immediately, convenient to churches,
schools, mills, 4c. For further particulars, «n
aalreof 1i.,11. TOWKU, Beal Estate Agent, No,
164 Fourth street, mylT.aW
VOH MALE —A Farm of about 45
A- Acres, opposite Towuscnd Blatloa, North West
ern U. IL, Similes rroui Pittsburgh; about 6 acres
cleared; balance good limber land lu varieties: 23
acres of coai. good win, pit open; a frame dwelling
of four rooms: good spring of water, At) Trull trees
of varieties of fruit; ts a splendid place for a vine
yard.
Also, a lot 50 by 1»1 feet, on Peebles street. In
Mllklns township, Allegheny cuuuiy. Win be sold
cheap. For toons, Ac., apply at the Beal Estate
ami Insurance ÜBlce or O. b. HAT Kb,
IcH Holler aired. Lawreucfvilie.
L'OU MALE—A Farm of 15M acres,
A lu Elisabeth township, Aiiegbeuv county, Pa.,
near the Yougliloghcity river, ilic tmprovemcats
are a Hewed Log House a good Barn, Stable aud
other out-butldlngs: fencius generally good; well
watered; i»> acrv* cleared; v elns of Limestone, the
under vein about AH feet thick; the upper vein AH
feet; very convenient to the river. It is well Um
bered with the best white oak and black walnut
limber. PxiccAau pur acre. For further particu
lars. eunuire ofti. H. IXI WICK, Beal Estate Agent,
N<>. 104 Fourth street. my!?:al9
VALUABLE FARM FOB _ SALE^-
" A Farm, containing about 150 acres, near the
Blx Mile Ferry, on tbe ilonongabcla river, on which
Is erected a two-story Brick klanslun House and
Usru. and other out-building*. Also, several other
farms, well located, In Allegheny and Westmore
land counlU-e. containing from Uu to 22fi acres. Cost
and Lime Farms for sale on the bteubeuvlllu Bati
ro ad and klunongahcla river. For further partic
ulars, rminlre oi WILLIAM WAKLi.
iiwreu,
.ruuborg b,
'cblp
Ko*» Townihl
MM Mwlekl«y.
jjttdicas
HOB SALE,—acres coal nad
-*■ uul surface, situated about 30 rod* «*a«t of Ual
gcr station, ou tiiv and au-uU-urlllv
tiallruatl. Tb<- railroad runs directly through the
property. Oor hundred and RAy acres of the sur
face is under culiUaUeu. liir remaining ilfly acre*
In good wrtilieora timber. JnllN 1). HAILKY,
No. 102 Konrlb street,
or, t . ItftVNo. oaiil'i.
)v3 L>u>iuc>nc Way.
I'lttiburgt'i
I’Klsbti rah.
-rtnccriur.
pci
. All«r*beny
Ulrmlnphaui
SALE,
GOO Acres Coal, near Noblestowu,
I'llUUurnh.
Uu FlU»l>urgL< sud t}ic»lM-n\ ill.- Railroad.
}y* No. 102 Fourth street.
V AU AHLi: FARM FOR HALE.
' IST »m » All good 11Ut>l*> land, about 40 acre*
In Umber; rcm»lutl>-r it. a gtM»d state of cultivation.
Dwelling bonne ot fltc rixim> and cellar; wcil of
water ai the door; large barn. «tal>ic, etc., garden
and urvbartl .if young trees, di acre* of meadow
A Iso lb acre* nr choice laud mile* from All
gttrm rlty ; dwelling house and alalne . two vil
Me. B, (.'LTIIBKttT A HONS. Si Mari- -
J.'OB SALE,” "
lyt No, 103 Fourth street.
URCWfiUI FOR SALE.—A new
-*-* Hrtok gleam Brewery, so barrels capacity, fitted
op tu ibc most modern stria, with excellent cellar
aud drainage, aud nnpplleu with water from the
cur waterworks; ts masted on one of the most
public ihorougbAreFand best business locations in
the city of Cleveland, (Jblo, with ample room on
same lot to erect a Mall House. For uartlculars.
apply tv T, CULUMiS,
J»sasdSl_ 40 Uurd
L'OH SALE—Oue Patent Steam
A TANK, for rendering Tallow orUrcase;
One OYLINDF.K STEAM BOILER, 32 Inches dl
anaeirr, 11 irei lona, with Smoke black;
One STEAM bOAP KETTLE, bolds 3,000 pounds;
One ” *• •* “ 1,000 *•
BURET IKON SOAP FKAMKB.
WM. KENNEDY A CO.,
iIcOAI.I.UM HKUTHRKb,
fotmerly W. It. A H. McCMlmr.
FOR 3AT.K j PLUMBING. &c.
TERMS OF BALE:
in. 11. McCONNICO,
Assignee of U. O. Kdward*.
FOH. BAT.Ti
tt. S. BUY AN,
Broke! In blocks and Heal Estate.
67 Fourth si., (Burke's Building^)
A FIRaT-OLABtJ BUMINKSM »TA-Sl>.
JAMES T. SAMPLE,
Beal Estate Broker and Insurance Agent.
No. 86 Federal street, Allegheny.
80 Acres #f Oil Territory,
JOHN KINNEY,
(Opposite tbc C»th©<lr»i,)
So. UO Utinl street.
JOHN i>. BAILEY,
8 lock uid heel Estate Broker,
Bs' cUr'iißku r'A.abVo, sfkju-krl «U
540 Acres Coal, near Mansfield,
l*R Plll'burgh ami HieuN-nvltli* Railroad.
JOHN D. BAILEY,
block and Real Estate Broker,
jelo.dll .150 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
L'OH SALE —A very desirable two
A sit.ry Brick Dwiliinjr of liw room. good
Passenger llatlwnr. An envtlvnt wvll ufwsur on
th<- lot. Will In- di.|.<oed of ou liberal t» ruj*s and
immediate jiunßi-r>M«n gi..ii If applied for soon.
For U-nm* tfppl) at U»e Kt al k«lul<-aud Insurance
Office of o. b. IIATKb.
JoU Butler street, LawrvucvYlne.
A CHEAP I'AUM for sale—
Contains So acres of rich Farming Laud, all un
der good leuev; well Improved; houses, barn, or-
chard and numerous out-buildings; situated Is
Derry township, Westmoreland county, three raltei
west oj Hlalrsvlllf Junction. I'a. Railroad paosei
through the farm. In a good neighborhood. TUti
place Is offered at a low figure. Apply to
Jc2fi B. MeI.AIN A CO.
L'OH HALE.—iOti acres coaly Nit*
A iiou-d one mile west of Bulger Utallou, uu tin
I‘lUhl.urgb and Sti-ulH'nvllle llAllrvxd.
JOHN l>. BAILEY,
No. UU Fourth street.
Or, K. C. KEYS. No. nSBI*s Block.
J>4 Du.iucsne Way.
CO Ali, COKE, &c.
(JOAL! CO ALII COALIII
DICKSON, STEWART &C 0„
Having removed their Ofilcu to
No. 567laitoorty Stroot,
(Lately City Flour 11111,1 SECOND FLOOII,
Aro now prepared to furnish good Yonghloghouy
Lump, Nut Coal or Slack,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
40- All orders left at their office, or addressed lo
them ibrougii the mail, will bo attended to promptly.
_my2J:bai __
U. ARMSTRONG,"
DBA Util IN
Youghioghenv and Gonnellsvi lie Goal
AND MANUFACTURER OF
Coal, Slack, and Desulphurized Cokr,
OFFICE AMD YARD.
Corner of Butler and Morton; Aral yard on l/bertv
and Clymer streets. Ninth Ward, andonbecondsu,
noar Lock No. 1, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Families and Manufacturers supplied with the boat
article, of Coal or Coke at the lowest cash rates*
Orders Udt at any ol the Yards will receive prom j t
attention. niya^-W*
PIANOS, ORGANS, &c
r £HE BRAJDBVJRY, NEW YORK,
AND
iScfioauacJltw 8 Philadelp/kkii
W N O S.
The Es ley & Co.’sCnttage Organ,
AND AMERICAN ORGAN.
Acknowledged by Dm beat musical talent In the
United States to be superior U> toailotoerainpower,
purity and quality or tone, and thorough work
mansnlp.
These instromepta hare fbr years aken tbeflm
all ill competitors, Atthe yatlops
ute anetcoanty Fain. In prices iheF are lower
than any others. All warranted for five years.
WAMELINK dt BARB,
No. 13 St, CUlr Street, Pittaborsb. Pa.
JT» . ;• - t -V.- H'rtsPr* V c; <
K SABE UKASOPIAIfO—The (tub
note. .This Inurnment possesses auTibnim Drove-,
meats pecnllar to the AlessfaKpVbfT. rynd u nuaues
tionabiy the finest llano ever brought AotbUcltr.
SHaffigga: rmaamm^h-
ADDY, WILLIAMS & BARTLEY,
FXitnUBHRS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
Cor. Sixth and SmitbOeld Sts.,
FITTSBOBO-H, S*A.,
and
Cor. Bearer and Chestnut Sts..
dunchesteb.
AJI tlnda of Water, Gaa and Steam Fixture* kept
constantly on bami. * jeatcS)
ADDY, WILLIAMS & BARTLEY,
KEEP ON BAND A BUPEHIOB
AX Article of
WOOD FITMFBi
All kind* of IRON POMPS, HYDBAJSTS, BHBET
LEAD, SHEKTzisc, LEAD PIPE; BATH TUBS,
bINKS. WATER CLOSETS, WASH BASIKB,
W ASH STAN os, Ac. at ibeir Wareroom,
Corner sixth and Smitbfleld Streets,
*£*}} ainUoof itKPAiuiNO done promptly.
yA.I ° r dura by mall immediately attended to.
STEAM GAUGES,
SCHAEFEBI & BUDENBURQH’S PATENT,
THE STANUAUD
Gauge of the Navy Department.
ALSO,
KNOWLES’ PATENT STEAM PUMP
Thu beat and most reliable la u»«. We have aold a
large number to manufacturers ami oil rettnera here
to wboiu we will refer any partita eufflcUnUy inter*
eatetl to call.
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
No. 167 Smitbfleld Street.
& KELLY,
HL YJ MBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
AND BRASS FOUNDERS.
A large assortmt nt of
Chandeliers and Bracked, Lead
Pipe, Pomps, Sheet Lead, Ate.,
164 Wood Street, Mar Sixth.
iy'«2;U7
Notice.
Private Families and Hotels
Can be rurniahed with bail quality of
HYDEANT HOSE AJSTD HPES
AT SHORTEST NOTICE AND BEST TEKMb,
lly celling on
JOHN MAFFETT,
Nos. 12? aud 129 Flrwt Street,
PITTBBUBOU, PA.
my 17:*«
T. T. *w*ks
jjjLVttBING,
(.AS AM STEAM FITTING,
HYDRANTS. IRON PUMPS.
SHEET Lp.AU.
SHEET ZINC'.
LEAD PIPES,
BiNK», BABINS,
H ATEH CLOSETS AND WASUSTANUS,
8 efts 00.,
C3«ctetion to Addy A itveu,)
myl:a4fi No. 105 Wuo<Ui.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
pLUHIBIKG, UAH ‘ BTEIM
A PITTING, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
OtnAiUputcDdedto by experienced and pr«oll(i
workmen. A fine assortment of
BAS FIXTURES, SINKS. BATH TUBS.
9UUWEB BATHS,
WATER CLOSETS,
HYDRANTS,
e instantly on bend end made to order.
TATE A SEVILLE,
N«.. W FEDERALSTREET, AlleahenA
And SS LLBERTY STREET, Pitta burgh,
u>liU:2awdlv
SEWINGMACHINES.
& WILSON’S
IMPROVED
EASILY SEWI.YU ttACHDUft.
t'ORDINU,
Tuey ere admirable.
qiJILTINti,
They are unexcelled.
They are unapproachable.
I FELLING,
They are unsurpassed.
roK
STITCHING,
They are faultless.
Au examination will prove that they are the bei
Machine ta the world.
SoKifoom, HI With Streei.
WJH. BCMNEB & CO.
en:ctf?:dAwT
j’HE
BARTLETT
SEWING MACHINE,
Pronounced by alt who have seen U the stmpl* st
machine now before the public.
It Is as I'ffecUvc and durable as It la simple, ami
as practical a» ills durable. It has but to be seen to
be admired, and used to be appreciated. It com-
bines the elements »f a
PERFECT PRACTICAL MACHLYE
And Is afforded'at a within the ntdfc of near
ly every larolly In the land.
The only low priced Machine tn tbc Utriled males
licensed to use the WIIKKLEIt A WILSON KEKL>
—the best and uuly reliable Peed ever constructed.
49*8A LEttMKN WAKTED.
TOTVrTI'FI'V «A) BOV^ZISi
WIIOLKSAXJE AGENTS,
Ztfo. 60 riftli Street.
mylilatt FITTSKUJIUH. FA.
& BAKER’S
sEwrne MACHINES
Have been awarded W Mg at th
following Pairs for the year ISO;
Pint Premium for best Machine work, at Penns
BtateFair.
Pint premium for best Machlre work at Mew Yor
mate Fair.
First Premium for best Family Machine at Oh
Pint premium for Y»4AI manufacturing Machine
Ohio mate Pair* • ..
Pint premium for besl-Manufrcturlnff Machine
to bet»Manufoeiiirtlr*MicMwf
W ptmpremlum/^ r best Manufao tori n r Machine
Lawrence County Pair, Pa. .
Pint Premium for best Machlneforgena al per -
poses, at Lawrence CountyPalr, Pa.
*Plrat premlnm .for best Family Machine. at Suck
Pin? Premium for best Manufacturing Machine
B best bianU
at Palmyra Fair, N. Y.
Pint Premium for best Manufacturing an&'Fanflly
Machine at Suffolk County Fair. M. Y.
First premium for best Manufacturing and Family
Machine al Schuyler Odbnty Falxf M. YT
pint Premium for beat: Machine for an purposea,
■t Allegheny County Fair, Fa.
First premium for best Manulheturtna Machine*
Allegheny County Fair, Pa.
Pint Premium for beat Machine w rkatAUegben
ounty Fair, Pa. i
And wherever exhibited.
A P. CHATONEY,
UPN &BAL AGENT,
Wfl. ifl PLCtt> etreet,Pimbttrgh.
oc27:eodMß
8 tfeHPnseW* ®
6 a&=g-S »■, i B'
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ifilfSßill
B * S£2g S ? LOSSai S y 2-
S-esFjfHOStJl Ti
?p l;'-4jfSf •vbt-as S i
§K jg^eog^f’ £2 0 'an
g!s 2 Ip & 4
til i i
! sM Si-S §§
||4n?in.-,.
rrm . r€EICBBAI'£D . iSTEEfc
-l TOOTH HAY RAK.Ea, * k iTr«Lrie Bird'* and
l«rk " arv manuiaciurwi oaly'U.'UW
iftUoUfcsJitt WUUKS, neartDe renitentUn’i Alle
aprn,Kmaa tuia’‘W'ag<HU» , #bielb»x-
HiSSr gQUUUK.
V ’-A „_£}-’^. 1 ( 1 < " 5-' -", X.' r ■’i ‘ if~
DIVEDENDS.
PITTSBOBQH NaTIOXIL BAX* Or CoitMlnr-e i
_ EITtSBCKoa. Pa., Joly 6TI*A \
THE DIRECTOBB of THIS
A aank have this day declared e dlrldead of
FIVE PER CENT.
the capital stock, ffrec from Government T»t.
t of the profits of the last six months. 1
>7:118 JOSEPH 11. HILL. Cashier.
Birmingham and Pittsburgh Bridge Co.
THE PRESIDENT AND OUtECT
OKS of inis Company here declared a dividend
or one dollar and fifty cents per
SHARE, ont of the carnlnjf* of the last six months,
payable forthwith. ED WARD MOYE, Treae..
at CAitrc, llova a Co.
141 Water st., bet. SmUbficld and Grant.
Jj*»
DIVIDEND
Hani> Stexst BttthoK, I
PiTTfenußOU, July 2d lfiCfi. j
THE PRESIDENT AND OIRECT-
L ORS of the PITTSBUBUU ANI) ALLEGHENY
UUIDUECOItPANY hero declared a dividend of
FIVE PER Cl NT. onl of the profits of the last tlx
months, payable forthwith. 4
jj4;f3 F. A. BISSKLL, Treasurer.
Übciiakics Natiosal Hank, i
i’rrrsDDUQH, July 2, kmb. s
DIVIDEND OF SIX PER CENT.
FREE FROM GOVERNMENT TAX,
be paid on and after 10th lost.
MncmiAWTH axi>AlAKUPAtnuit-XKS Nat. Bake, )
PITTHUUPOU, Jolr2,l9o®* 1
mire BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
A this Rank have declared a dividend of
SIX PEH CENT.
On the Capital Stock, out of tbc'proilu of the last
■Lx month*, payable forthwith, free of U. 8. Uov
ernment tax
if* -tl*
_ BOOTS, SHO
ADIES’ BALHIOBALB,
JLadies 9 Congress Gaiters,
iAdies? MUd Ueel Slippers,
Hell's Call Boots,
Hen’s Calf Balmorals,
Hens Calf Walters,
Men’s Calf Oxford Ties,
SOYS’, YOUTHS’, HISSES AND CHILDEEN’S
boots Ann shoes.
IN EVERY VARIETY AT KKAtiON RLE TR ES,
31 M.«rlAot Street.
J. A. ROBINSON & CO.
JEST ARRIVED FROM THE EAST,
AND SHOES.
JAMES ROBB,
No. 80 Market St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
This old established bouse has now to store thirty*
ll've thousand dollars worth ol Hoots and Shoes, the
styles the latest, the quality the best, which we arc
determined to sell at VERY LOWPRICB3. We
have resolved not to be undersold by any in the bn*
sineis that keep roods worth harlug.
Call and examine oar slock of goods, and wc Teel
satisfied thst you will purchase what you want In
the Boot and Shoe line.
Do not forget the place, 89 Marsel street,
jea JAMES UOBB.
QHEAT EXCITEMENT AT
,VN. LONODOX.
92 Federal Street.
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
AT REDECED PRICES,
A.T MoOXUNTOOS’S
.GREAT SHOE EMPORIUM,
02 Federal Street, Allegheny, Pa.
I.AUt.I: AND FKESH AMIIVAL
SEMMKR BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS;
dHd Balmorals,
Just re calved, and will be sold at the VERY LOW
EST PRICES, either Wholesale or Retail.
GIVE U 8 A CALL BEFORE PUBOHABINU
ELSEWHERE.
J. U. AW. C. BORLAND,
No. 98 Market street, 2d door from fith st.
coopxr risuDinu johs mu>n<
(J FIELDING &. 880-,
Manufacturers ami Dealer* in
Oustom Ma^e
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
* No. 140 Ob to BL, Allegheny.
Hepalrlng promptly execrated on the shortest no-
_ le7:cs'2
BOOT AND SHOE STORK
JTo, 34 St Clair BlreeU
A large and well eelecled slock of LADIES'.
DENT'S and CHILDRENS' UAH KBS, IiALHOIt-
ALH, etc., which will bt rwld at Uio LOWEST
BICES. japat;Smeod) JollS s.SODJ ItAaS.
BOOTS ANB
CONGRESS UAITEKS at
tytt J. W. CAEN All AN A CO.'S, 83 Market at.
T ABIES’ FINE BALMOBAL AND
K CONGRESS GAITERS at
my!9 J. W. UAUNAUAN A CO.'S, 83 Market at.
T ABIES’ FIIVEKIB BOOTS at
Aj j. w. CARNAHAN A CO. 'S, 63 Market aU
I A DIES’ FINE RIB SKIPPERS at
*4 .1. \V. CAUN AIIAN A CO.’S S 3 Mark‘•lil.
PROFESSIONAL.
B. UND^AT,
ATf-hha niwAftf,
Office, 6A Boyle Street, Allegheny-
Special attention given to drawing Deeds, Lcaaei
and other legal documents.
AU co. lections lntrnated to him will receive can.-'
fat and prompt attention. Je2S:tl
JOHN W. “TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 69 Grant street.
JPITTBBtmGS, **A.
myanbW j
DOCTOR E. DONNELLY,
Office, Sixth and Grant Streets,
PITTSB ÜBQHy PA.
attention given to all cases repairing
Surgical operations. k*22»dl9
U. C. NACKItKLL ..1, J. C. at’COMBa.
MACKRELL & McCOUBS,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW
No. 89 Grant Street,
PHTSBUKGU, PA.
JaytDteS . ________
:W. JS PATTRBBOJ», t . 71 1 BALL PATTERSON,
Notary 4 labile, (Grant St. I Attomey-af* Law.
V. J. & HALL PATTERSON,
law aid Claim Office,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Pensions, Local and Government Bounties, Back
Pay, Prise Money, Ac., collected.
OFEHEBS’ ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED.
CoUeetLons made. Deeds, - Letters of Attorney,
Bbnda,Mortgageable., written, andall legal bual
neaa promptly attended to. myl»iags
JOHN A* STRAIN,
AT.nYmmr a tvt )
Ex-omcio, Justice of tbe Peace,
AND POLICE MAGISTRATE,
Office, 113 Fifth St?, opposite Cathedral,
PITTSBURGH, PA. (
Deede. .Benda, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Logal Baaineu executed with
promptness andrdls patch. , . . mjrlStaSi..
WILLU9K JANCEY, NOTARY
THE PEACE, AND
° f B ° tl "
brocUlaluaUQagltentothepurchaaean* sate
ot Real Estate. thoeollectlonof Rents, and ibepre-
acknowledgment of all kinds or Legal
“ ‘ WILLIAM JANCEY.
. . , . Justice of the Peace and Notary Public.
ttyflhbta __
JjJUSTACE 8. MOHKOW,
ALDjERMAN AND
;•*» Pennsylvania Avenue,
fort of Ik hteuiio ud opposite CUUn Btnet
mygiioo
C“* ‘ """ "
THAW T. EWISO,
Attorney at Lav,
NO. 00 OBJLNT ST., PITTSBUBttH, PA.
Ag’feommmtonct. fpt OHoy- Xeatacky, Weft
Virginia, Ml&oeri end oQteriHAteif.*'•' > • x
•£ •KSsias>»2Sf’ Ss“«& , ‘fer«wisß3t6SSl
„ Boiue.
are n»do If UwcUla doe* so*
;»«seedv «ii *U J&fbmatUa xitrea gnu*. *«f:iy
*nomr/y|ii
* -c£ r ‘*-inv.;v.V».‘iJ^rfe' ,^a -:'' -••
JpiTTNBCHCU XU LATHE.
Monday Evening|Julv 9th, 1866.
First Grand Concert by tße Excelsior Troupe of
the world.
DUPREZ & BENEDICTS
ORIOINAL NEW ORLEANS & METROPOLITAN
MTTgBTREIjB,
tVi I ''. I .’ **Mlea.ia« Opcr. Trosp, mod BASd.
E>TYfT\vo acknowledged artists Inn select
programme.
programme Thursday evening.
* HIT Ai, 9l«wor Die a Circle and BalCO
?>rtw*. • family Circle 35c., Third Tier RO-C.,
•*’••»<>• L>»un open at T, Curtain
rl»vsatBoVc lo , : • JylOlfAO
\ CONCERT,
Exhibition and Three Tableaux
MM*MJLL y Pittsburgh,
THIS t Monday.) au.l To-Multittjw , Tn .
KVKNINOS. July 9th and iou,.
By the pupils of Public School No. 4, aasUtcd w
the pupils of Avurj College. *
The great Dramatic Tableaux of ‘ blsvcri and
Freedom" will be preseuted to the uubllc, and a
co . pauy of our returned colored soldiers, from dif
ferent regiment*, will appear on the stage and drill
during its performance.
We hope this very expensive effort or'ours to de
velop the talents of our yonng folks w*n receive
due encouragement from our friends and the pub-
JNO. G. MARTIN,
Cashier.
Tickets of admission, 40 cents, or three for
one dollar. Reserved seats, AO cents. Children'*
tickets, £5 ceut*. Tableaux.bOoU# lUcenlv rscli.
Checks for Ice aream, cake aud soda water can be
purchased at the ticket office or from others lu the
tall.
Doorsopeued at 7'* o'clock. exhibition wilt l>cgln
it 8 o'clock.
An efficient police force will be present to pre
terve order. .
bAAHJKL A. NKALE, Principal.
JjD:CO MAJtY M. WAKE. Assistant.
JNO. bCOTT, Jr., Cashier.
GIFT CONCERT
Advertised for ■ iy llh, will positively be glveu al
CITY TT A X.»T«,
BITTSBUHOU, TJ,
MONDAY, JULY »Otll, ISSB,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P, 11.
Filter t'LAbS MUSICAL '1 ALE.NT ENGAGED.
GUIs to the mdtnount of
$70,000
Will be presented to me ticket Holders, Including
Greenbacks, Flue Farms in the West, bowing Ma
chines, Melodcous, Ac.
TIi'EETN OX MY OX ft DOLLAR ftACU.
Liar ok uikts.
1 Flat' 'ibrce-Blury Brick IL-h1.1m,,-*,
corner Canal aual t;iu-*tniu
Allegheny »t 4,uuo
l Ltrlck llaaMni-sia Mouse, No. PjV Lib
erty i’Uuburgii
1 Brick llbuse. No. 17 AnUorKon stra-et,
Allegheny 4,600
0 Flue Building Lota lu centra.- of East*
Liberty, near 1% It. It, Station 900
1 City Lot, No. lb Jtidgc si.. IMusb'gU 600
1 girt In Greenback* #l,OOO
1 gift In Greenbacks 600
1 gift In Greenbacks 360
1 gift in Greenbacks 136
1 gin In Greenback* 76
1 gift In Greenbacks 60
100 gifts In Urumbocks, #lO each 1,000
300 glU* lu Oreenbiwka, *6 each 1,000
400 gifts in Greenbacks, #3,60each...... 3.000
3,000 gifts of good Interesting Books.. 3,000
LO gifts of nice Sewing Machine* 000
l*» gifts ol cAticlh.m Mviodeona 600
0 iiru> only lu Jewadry 3,000
\U: 3 Dlautono Uiugs, 3 Diamond! i'lns. 4
Hue Uold Watches,
LI gifts of Western Farms, l>vru.
IQ'lZko lax Missouri.
LOCATED AS FOLLOWS:
Four Id Shannon county, Oneof 261 acies, and
Three oi' JtkJ acres cacb; Two Lu 'iexa* county, ouch
ISO seres; Odd In Klpier county of iCO acres, and Two
In Oregon county, uacu IUJ acres. Also, Two Farms
In Alai allton conuty, Wisconsin, IttO ami do acres re
spectively. Ail rich Farming Lund In goon settle
ment*. Titles perfect, and to be soeu at oar office.
Also, 401ntere*ts 11 Zieich) In Oil Wells, located
on tbe famous I’lUiole creek, Venango county. I’*..
: Including the celebrated Flowlug W ell, Eureka, on
Uolmdeu Farm, and oilier i rotluctlvc wells In tliat
wondertul region. These Interests will be present
ed as Pony gift*, valued at from £*UO to fLout) cacb.
Not one ol them luau unproductive well, but lu
wells producing, and outers yet Lo be tested, close
toprouui luit wells, alt under contract for comple
tion, free of lurther expense. Maps aQowlag the
location of said weU», Ac., on hand.
Persons wishing *o examine deeds, or certain ar
ticles of the above property can be accommodated
at our office, where ail the particular, may be ob
tained.
ACOUKF.CT LIST, INCLUDING TaETICK.LT
HULDEKa'NAMES, aDDUESSKS, ANl> THBltt
TICKET NUMBEItS IS KEPT kP UUL OFFICE,
BO THAT ALL MAY KEUEIVE JUSTICE,
WIIETHXU THEY ATTEND THE CUNCENT Oil
NoT. Our smallest gifts are photographs of distin
guished persons.
Tbe drawing will take place at tor tbe concert,
four nights In succession A committee will be ap
pointed by the Ticket Holders *iouc to superintend
the same, and ice that U>u Lifts arc distributed
Impartially, and tbe result published Immediately.
Unenliacka, Deeds, Ac., forwarded b> express.
KKLIA BLE AGENTS WANTED In every lowu
and village within DOO mlk* of Pittsburgh, to
whom liberal Inducements are offeree.
Tickets selling fast. t»ct.up your clubs aud send
on your orders with tbe uuwu and address lu fuil,ot
each subscriber.
Number of tickets Issued, 10,000. Trier, ii
eaoli. They are for sale at our office. No.lo FIFTH
STItEET, *d Floor, ‘Chronicle’ Building, FULb’g
And at the principal Hotels, Book, Music and Drug
Stores of tnu city and Allegheny.
Scut by mall on receipt or price and stamp for re
turn postage.
Bead for Urculan.
poaluiUcc order, t spies* or register*: J letters.
We Uave excellent retvrcnces, with which our
ageutsare furnished.
N. B.— Although oar ticket* issued for tlie -tIU
WILL HE GIVEN AT
01/R 4*BAA'D
CLUB KATES:
ft Tickets to obu address.
10 Tickets to one address.
ftO Tickets to one address.
100 Tickets to one address,
louey ma) be scut us at our risk, either by draft.
it were ucarly all yet U bvcatuu absolutely
ccssary to deter our Coucert a few day*, to allow
oar tickets agents Unit; *o correct their report*.
W'e must positively have the Name, Font office ad-.
Ureas, aud Number of each person's ticket, or we
cauunl Uo Justice to oar ticket holders, ourselves or
Uf course, tickets Issacd for tbe ttb iiu*t. arc good
foribeauth. and have an equal lnter>t*; In all the
gifts-
It will be seen that we have added some very val
uable city property to our list. ala moderate price.
All communications should be addressed to
JklcLON ALD, THOMSON A CO.,
lyv.dAwT:dai Box No. 500. Pittsburgh. Fa.
THUIULE’B ViUltTIE)i iIIEA
. - TBE—Bole Proprietor Bxn. TitiiKika.
CBEAT ATTRACTION FOR THIS WfcEK.
MOHS NEW triAUS ADDED TO THE VAKIK-
Tlfctt TttUUL’h.
TUI H.AYB, .the Cbamplou Clog Dancer 01 Uto
world, and
JOHNNY EERdAN. the Cbamplou Jig Dancer,
WILL APPEAR EVERY EVENINU TlHo WEEK
iULUABI>B»
DAVIS £3. HAlili
Respectfully announces toihis mends atiu the pub
lic generally, that be lias fust 'opened bfaudw and
commodious BILLIARD BOoilS, CORNEIi OK
LIBERTY AND ST. C'LAIR BTUEETB, entrance
fromnu Clair. The Tables are new, and consUuet
c*l In the most approved aud elegant style.audaU
IhcappurieUuUccs are new aud eohipletc. Every
thing which may cuuduce to the pleasure and eu)oy
ment of hia patruna will be afforded. mvlT'ali
~ CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Dissolution of Partnership and
Removal.
lAHAKFKJ & NEELEY, No. 23
” “ BT. CLAIU BTUKET, have dissolved part
nership iu the Boot and shoe business, and
W. <i. MAUAFFM
11AB REMOVED TO
No. 87 Market Street,
And has Increased his stock to an immense assort
ment of
BOOTS. ANIT SHOES,
which comprises every article In his Une, from the
coarsest to ihu Uncut, either Ladle*’or Oeutkmen's
wear. lie wlUalaocoutluue to manufacture to order
LADIES' SHOES* of every description: faeuy cloth
SUPPERS, cUAtr QE&IFB OK - iui*-
wUt (ZEST'S E/KST CLASS CALE HOOTS, kneer
than any other first class manufacturer in the city.
11U omxmnuulhcinrd'vtLADlES' LASTLEU UAJ
TBES, a superior article, always on hand; Like
wise (ZEST'S El UST CLASS SOOT LASTS' Hi up
to fit the feet, and comfortabio'flt for persons hav
ing corns or banions on tbvtr foot, t>V placing a
lamp ott the last for even lump on flic lecu
Jcahott
WE, TUB have
_V thU day entered into* LIMITED I’AKTN EU
bFIIF, agreeably to the provisions of the Act of As
sembly passed tho Ist day of March, hstt.
The partnership to be conducted under tho name
of MiLLEU, BABB & PABKIN, in tue City of
Pittsburgh, and for tbe purpose of manufacturing
and selling BTEEL and its products..
Tbe general partners are REUBEN MILLER and
CIIAS., PARKIN. or the City or Pittsburgh, and
GEO. W. BABB, of tbe Borough of LawreocevUle.
The special partners ajc BAMUEE AI, Kimt »nH
BAMUEL DUFF, of theßorough of LawrencevUie.
Each of the special , partners, have contributed
Twelve Thousand Vive!Hundreii Dollars in cash.
Tho said-partnership to commence on tfce FiBBT
DAY OP JANUAUY, IBGO, ami to terminate 'on
tho TUUITY-FIBST DAY OF DECEMBER, 187 ft,
. REUBEN MILLER, Y
' " JtijeclalA’ATlnor..
JtOflidW
Dltfeoumoil OF CO-fAßtSEßmiii',
n’ms m«,orCiißuKu, HO.
iraoorcrred 111* iaun.«
! Jr'” 1 !? w Iruorge AlbNo, AMixaceof a. M. curi
*nl* wlio nUlMlUOalloltuuiiiui to or by itld utui.
1 - CUfiUliaifi ALlUlttK, i,
■ .A**lgne«ior A. u. CarUa
VtpWAuo mvuiuiMiß.
5 : J ' OFFICX or tiUIgQQW OIL -Ooutasct, >
,___ , Pittsburgh, Jutted, li«W. *
NOTICE 18 HlUllil i Glte to
all dcUnquontytockitolUeh*tbatualeS* tuvM
teetmeavorivaPcrOvat, YoradditiuaiUwrtiJi;*,
capital (a* agreed on at ft : iaeutiax of r ,
ou d oue 2*l, ißta, ror viileb tbq r«tjr>j# t
>i lamed,) *U*l» be paid wUbin lldriy
this date, #o much of ibe
qaeaia uwill be required tr jpar.^^^SaSpfo
pKisip.
$S£ fflffiSli
W )S2 , djS‘ Utmr * l ' HU9E ADjUU,