The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, August 02, 1866, Image 3

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    ‘ 'iu’lfeP'k' BItCEIVED, A ruu, LXSZ OF
■ XAHe Glovt»,
Limit Glotes,
Limit Qlottm
• .v:'.
*
J V'-ATULL assortment ok
'-S&'V
ladles’ and Misses' Hosiery
/: /«ESTB> F0&M8IIING GOODS,
AT
'j > '■ ;
VVitolesale and Retail
•
Bug Halt Gloves
W'hlte t.islc Glares,
RATON’S,
ST Fifth Street
■ JJ*cnijar, omtde & «;0.,
Hos, 78 and 8" Market Street,
«.% .. Vboktalo and It ul Dealers Id
Trimmings, N otions
’ AND FANCY GOODS,
SffibJS.tt/rmlTr.t i.A«i.t--r ,„.i imni>-
‘ViSS&F? Y.VU NS ov-r l»p->UKht to tI.U <-U r.
U>«VC*il thvattcnt.oii <>i Sior-jWeei <-rn an '
. ’AiOiock units' >ln of
Boston, UermanlovD and Country
. ,-*rj±FZ-Tsr&,
la WtUTE, SLACK,
purple,
• •CLOUDKI>. DRATS, UAUE TA
v'V AirOBTNE, ' lIINCHIU.A.
BLUE DE ’.Yt'N
MEXICAN AND
buyers suitukd a
BAdIERN IPUIOJvS. jy*
AZULINK BLUES.
gtMHEB UOODK AT
„ \KJi€RIIM & CARLISLE'S,
* ~\C 3L3 FJitli Street.
hart a sod aru aptnioj; dajy
:';H« Traveling Bags,
:»m Fmbrellas.
Parasols,
SUband Linen Furs.
'"'’Bejt'Kid Gloves,
- Cotton Hosiery.
.Fine Knglish Ribbon,
Bich Belting and itnckles,
Bertiii Glove: and Lace -Mitts.
. v Bngleßettons and Gimps,
Rich Gnlpure Lace,
Embroideries and Laces,
THJ6 ‘^ffpAK.SITIHT,” a full .\>«orLmcnt jutt
for anmairr Urear.
KLLimr SKIUTn all
Merchants and Dealers
Wltf Vjld . our Wliolilftah' l>er>amneni we ll tilled
wnkttsojoaabie jruo.ts * t Lowest IMo- •.
MACBtnff & CARLISLE,
19 Finii Street.
Ottr Btor* will b« closed datl>- »t hr, U
Batnnlayg..
_ JOS. HOUSE & CO’s.
««K»oftrr*jOa»HA.’moio.s »at>.
OnSTitASV CO .\ NETS m DV w
riam*ft,lß*U.tlh» Gwhlooabie style*.
Hpuryil ami all
wlatßJ» " ‘ •--:.-; >•-••.
>*LO\rElikTiritßATllS. RCDSan.I lIO*KS.
3TIW.WQOOUS.TRIMMINGSamiUIIN AMKNTt*.
Groods.
-?W*Sii , J5M I6CK A nainsooks,
TAjtuZATAtt&.-bHIRRLD M USLINh, LINENS.
•udaflaJJaMerbneat of
.• L GOODS.
REALANTD Ul. OUU> * LACE COLLARS.
VAL LACE COLLARS. REAL
PUIKTJS CULL.VIIS, tETTa and IiAND
KRUCHIfeIS, j HAMBURG TRIMMING AM)
VJAWKCINtiJ fUVRM AM) CAMBRIC EDGE
AND IKSKETIAUS. LINKS COLLARS, CUFFS
AND HRTTa, T»rlou8 «,v Its.
Puff Illation,.- 8 wls>- and (’’rencli Cambrlr
f • tVnb-Ls.
PAiaftRCFFLIXOS AM) SIUKTING. CUL
LAlOLltfrrrtS FRILLI.NOS sod EM-
BmiIoEUrKiLURESS T tIUMINUsIN GUIJ’U RE
■AaiIfCMUXY LACE. GALLOONS, FANCY
BUACO.vIIUTTON-, DaLL AND DROP JKlii
tilStft.-. > %•..’•• • •
Brtwl g4Fe»mar», AD oamenla and Nett*.
* j ;r l^tJWoNs,
In Ute «botost ityJes to READ, SILK, FaN< Y
CROTCHET, UtiACK AVUVIIITE PEARL, lU
PERISLLSL 4£T. BALL,ULA*S AND CAMEO
pUlaandatinted.
< COILS. UAIK TUFFS AND
BQLL»;DOPLKX ELLIPTIC and HON TON HoOP
SIUKTBt.JBELTa, BELTINGS. CLASPS AND
BUORtifeir A-ANala rrrat yarlett froji palm lea'
to lTtiryit3UmkLM£K l)V» DEll W KA&, for !»Ue»an*‘
, *^3F I 2 WP J PJM V , ' W * ‘^VK^SIIIKT-TtlKs.
HIfTrEKFWES; 'SPANISH LINEN s£lllU>;
TRAVELLING BAGS and SATCHELS: U.Ull
IHUPiHESjCOMRs; and a
JCIaVtE OF JTOTIOJT&.
ALT* ATPOrULAR FRICKS.
iaml 79 JBarket Street .
JelStdM 1
c/AS*tmijroT..W. T. BHANNOK. j. o. STUpneiufto*.
IBBOTHBOT, fcHMNON & 00.,
115 fVood street.
PITTSBURGH, PA
|{*y« Just opened s Urge stock of
Fanoy and Staple Dry Goods.
AffatHaftilo tbe present season's trade, wUJcli tbey
offer at the IAtWLST Jt. JTKKN iBICC*.
NBWPWNTS, FABMBB'B AND ME
DE&ItfE&JpW’NB, CHANICS CABSi-
GLWGtf ASS— HEiiEfcL
white ooorre, jeans, cloths.
DBESS GOODS, LINENS, DBILUi,
SHAWLS; HATJIOBALS BLF CUEIJ and
QtloSS,- lUW. /N SHEETINGS
COTTU2fADJCS» and
Burlaps Cotton ?nd Linen l)nck, ie.
Merdbauir are uvitcd to call and examine our
atocfcAiutprlefca. J«»»
pASI|£ISK€A3PLESS &. COh
KJ. ■ ■ (L AT* WlfcSO*. Cau* ACo
WIIOLBSALIZ DBALEJtS IS
rOREIQH AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
!N*o. 04 Wood fit.,
(Third tweebore Diamond AJlry,)
JeS.Cl* FITTSHUItOH. PA.
* coasTxoke,' &c.
COAL!!!
.HMJTiW&U)..
HArto; restored their Office u»
Hrofßß7Xdbarty atrewt.
CLaUlj OUy’ Klonr MIU) SECOND KIJJOR,
Art aow prepared tofurnlab good Yongblogheny
lump; nut coal or slick.
-Jttth* lowest SArfcet price.
jyrAlt oil!era ifjtnt their oaicc, or addressed u»
'them through tbciaatt, win be attended t<> promptly.
•* *.■•■■■,
QBU.MUES 11. ARMSTROSO,
IN
; Youghiogheny and Connellsville Goal
.'And Maimfactarcrs of
Coil,, Rack, and Desulphurized Coke*
• ' OFFICE AXU YAW),
Cower *t Butler And Morton; first yard on Llber
*J f _o®dyy«o(rftjr*eU, MntU yttO, and on Second
*' No. *• Fttuirargb, i'a.
»oi*pU«l with the best
M u!asiffiSS m \ i>t ClJ,fco **• «ie lowest cash rates.
- RiuSfSF* 4 ** I ** ot thoyania will receive prompt
• • rntfrybo
PAINTERS.
\ J OH]\ t. gray,
r - , - y-r liotnij-, BIUN
' MUSTEK, GKAISea AND GLAZIEK,
. Kp>'.B4 .Hand St <( Pittsburgh.
.' ■ Si«? WOT d*ecrlpil«B
lea« proniptljr .1 ngM-
~
- f * ; BboW* * Moboow.)
’.’.iw.-j • BOWS* AND B.SK PAIHTEIt,
MIMt 6f Hitfi BpdiUrkßt Hiatts,
>/■* * ' r »" FITXI&UBtfIL
.. I I: t.'.i- ... .
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THUHSDAT. ADGTTBT 2. 188 fl.
CITY AMD SUBUitBAN.
Additional Local SUcters on First Page,
! Tike “Wblsky Court" to Hcailua—(iront
| Excitement at the Court lloqkc.
Yesterday, tho Ist of August, was the day
fixed for the bearing of one hundred and
twenty-font applications for liconso to keep
; tavern and sell liquor. Of the applications
tort;-four were from the city, twenty-flve
, from Ahegbuny, eighteen from tbjc «nrround
ing bo rough*, and the remainder from the
, country districts. Judges Mellon and Brown
, were on the be neb. The court-room, rotunda,
; ami vicinity swarmed with parties In inter
. ost, comprising a motley group. Inside the
j I>ar ’ carefully guarded by the faithful tip.
1 suites, were seated attornles in considerable
’ number. Clerk Herron bimsolf ortlciated,
1 and wits materially assisted by Crier PatUM
j son. Ten names at a time wore eared, and
those responding, by request, arranged tbum
»elvcs iu linn—tbo man applying for the priv
ilege of selling itquor on tbo right, his wit-,
nesses on tbo left—in front of the bar —am' j
were sworn to make truo answers to sue!' j
qnooilon* as might be put in the matter in >
hearing, of they should severally answer n* j
! the Great Pay. This formula gone through '
: With,
John Smith was called. Uespondmg, his at
torney inquired of him • What is the ament.l
of your sales! Answer—Ono thousand • !"!-
lars tor il «r.f ....a !: -, n bed
! onliug. How long have you boen lU:ou.a-<i J
I Answer—About ton years. Mr. Jorms, do you
, know tM* house ' Aniwer—l do. When* is It
loeiiUni i Answer—<>n 'Vylle street. Describe
11. The house is twelve b> •hniy-two fe-t.
frame, two I*l7olll* on first story, two above,
i .in.l eollitr liene-ain. it Is between iaigati and
, Ivlfi streets. Do you consider ll iinviwaty at,
> uneati ,g iiouse t i>r tavern, lm tlieaccominoda
; tlon of the public! Mr. Jones—l do. lam the
J luii.(lord. Mr. ilroon, (attorney of the ad
-1 ver-e faction.) is it not simply u drinking
nouse, ami the eating arrangement a mvth 1
Mi. Jiini’N (wliue-'s) —It Is both. I'hLs warm
»eather. people get more dry than hungry,
and stop hi Suggestion by the Court— Being
.■>» tho side of the bill, It would naturally »u u
•lry place. Mr. Brown, (attorney.t Alderman
Butler, .Ifinua* Uluekmoie.and others residing
In me netghimrbood, wore to lie present to n>
5..-t this application, and would In-here but
for a press of bosineas. Tho Court called the
next ease.
■'*l? Mr sales amount to snout
* l ’ iVo animaily ; have had license for four
years. Mr. Bnob ( wp ness), the house is neces
sary for the accommodation of the public. The
Court—no remouslruncc In this case; call the
Mr. Lager—l has keepta house dis many
year—never refused lieonse till -dish lasnt
time, and i nocsent knows what for I sell*
mu«di peer us much at two tousund dollars m
one year. -Vp rows, no figlita, or Oder bad
uoings goes ouin mine house, mid when ai.v
bodv does bad 1 ahuat kicks him out, os 1 does
not allow it, Dcm mens whul remoustrale
against me shust likes delr drinks on Sunday
morning a* well a* tiny Oder mans. Mr. Hons
( <i hues*)—l think this 'ouso a POblic conveni
ence Mr. L. is a gentleman of good charac-
J^ s i r - buyn ’l* beer from me, and pays 'is bills,
the Court—Than* Is a remonstrance. Mr.
liter (attorney)—Yos, 1 am of counseL This
place, may it please your Jlouor, is a low beer
hall, located in one of the most rowdy nro
cincts In the city. Ills beer is a villainous
compound, worse than rifled whisky. If ho
sold beer of et kind that 1 know ts made thoro
would bo no tronhlc. The Court had some re
served point* In this esse. Called the next
Mr. Welsh—My salon amount to abom
have had license for two years; liouse is loc v
v *d on I‘mumylvanlft avenne. between Prliio
and Price streets. Davis Davis, (witness)—The
house s well kept; has ample accommoda
tions, and of all others on the avenne, should
lu.vc license. The Court —Granted.
Mr Maguire—Mr license has Just expired:
“ales sl,.V)u: house located In Birmingham. Mr.
■Gveitzer—Consider tho house necessary. The
Court—Strong remonstrance, playing cards
onto luces, Ac. Wont do.
Mi Stevens—bales *ld.(XJb: have had license
lor iwo yetis- place located oti Washington,
between Wylie mid Pennsylvania avenue
I he court—That i sufficient.
Thun it went on during the whole of yester
day— iti d lheenil v ill in; not, at least, mitU
this evening In tin* hour and a-bolf that vn>
vtnnlned in the "whisky court, M wo were
fully tuitisihsl that llio license law, as ll Is at
present, is—not wbal it should tie.
Au Old Man C'bargod wilb an Indecent
Assault on a Widow,
An old mun named Hugh Morrison was t*o. !
fore Alderman L> null yestetday, charged with
attacking a certain widow lady in Allegheny,
named Margaret Fife, « ith an attempt to rav
l'h her. The deponent has. until recently, oc
cupied a house Ixdonging to the accused, from
which Flic was forcibly ejected on Saturday
lasl. In iier deposition, Margaret stated on
the first day of last June, Morrison came t.s
her house and made an indecent attack upon
her person, threatening to eject her from iho
premise* lr «be did not comply with his de
—ir*?**. The arrival of a voung man untried l
•'anus McMurty prevented tliu attack from 1
idling si'occmdul, and nothing furtaer »iu< said ‘
about tno matter until Morrison carrud his !
threats into execution by placing tho
household effects of Mrs. File into tho t
street on Snturduy. During the hearing It was 1
ascertained that Mrs. Fife lias tieeu married '
ihreo times, her lust husband having three l
other wives living, at the timu,ho entered into '
liic matrimonial contract with her. There
being no evidence to contradict tbc ntaUmienl 1
of Urn prosecutrix, Morrison was hold in '
lo answer the charge at Court. ]
B. G. C'bildH, K»q., apjxmrcd on behalf of liie
' .'ouimonweaU.il, aod Gen. F. 11. Collier for the
defense \
PleaMkot Excursion.
Wo oro by pontont* who wort* <>o ior
umal.« to ttlcml, that tin; Into excursion on
. boanl thv old lino of Imat* tip tiic Monongaho
,la river to Brownsville, wm*a very idua-sant
j affair. As tho part)* ieaviug tho city wore
I bent upon u churitablo mbMlon—to ullond tii<*
j concerts given nt KiiznboUl and Brownsville
| r <irthe benefit of worthy objeoU—(J&pt- Jacobs
sustaining his proverbial generosity, grunted
i»« free trip to all participating. The eoni*«ii«.
wore verv onlinary affairs, biit IILUe genului*
in*iaical UWuiLbemg displayed by the perfor
mers. The large audiences, however, were
i' bandantly satisfied, since the entertainments
*eru given for a charitable purpose. The •x
-eursioiitsts relumed home at an early hour
yesterday morning highly pleased with their
trip. They desire os to return their thanks
to the officer* of the Gallatin and Franklin
steamboats, ail of whom did their utmost Ui
rentier the excursion onjoyuule. Tho ttxcur
sionlsU sneak in glowing terms of tho hospl
tu'ity of Rev. Mr. Uaney, of Brunswick, urni
Rev. D. Kearney, of Kltzul>cth, who did inneh
:p enliven the trip and render their 6tuy in
tuotr beautiful towns most pleasant am.
.i^rceable.
Allegheny PostofDee.
We learn from authentic sources that Sami.
Biddle, ICsq„ lias resigned his offleo of Po-u
-moster of Allegheny, ills resignation is dut
ed from the 15Ui of Juno.
Mr. Ulddle has hohl this offleo since March,
lWi. Under his administration the business
of the ohlce lias moro than quadrupled Wo
out express wbul we. think is the universal
opinion In our sister city, that Mr. Riddle has
condufted the affair* of the Postofflco In a
manner most acceDlublo to the citizens, who
in their duily resort to the offleo, always
fonnd him .obliging and efficient, whoever
mav succeed Mi. Riddle, will find U difficult
to fill iila place.
Tho only applicant* for the Allegheny Post
office are Cnpt. J. D. McGill, Andrew L. Rob
inson, i.nd Jacob Weaver, Jr.
Utile Alice Weotworlb.
Little Alice tVentwortb, a theatrical chorub
oi seven Summers, and a wonderfully gifted
child, has been tendered a grand complimen
tary benefit by a host of admiring iriends.
Few theatre goers arc unacquainted with little
Alice. Her presence upon the stage of Uie
••Old Drury” was uL all times the signal for
wild and vociferous applause, and her acting
liw moved the stoutest hearts to team, she
has nil the imtl v u grace and innocence of
chi dhootl, and yot Intuitively is the possessor*
of tbn rarest histrionic* ai t uud.abilities, the
more marveious *lnc* displayed In out: of so
tender years. Monday evening has been des
ign \u u lor the heuefil, which will take pluco
at Masonic ilull. The sweet little infant »c
-tress will * n erected with an overwhelming
house, if her frlonds are duly advised of tho
occasion.
A Very lliapoctalii c I'mlcrlskrr of this
c'ty ooiieil our ntleuiiihi to uu article in the
loml column of u qoUimponuy complaining
lii&l the horse curs artfUctumcd unreasonably
by funeral processions occupying tho track,
laid refusing to leave it alien the signal is
made. Our fricml, tlio undertaker, UHsured
us,and our own observation uccords with his
assurance, that funeral processions in carria
ge.-. always overtake amtaro never overtake*!}
by tho street cars—that tho only case in which
a ear in ihfcir rear can bo detained Is when the
funeral la itself detained by a car In advance,
and tbo street ko crotvdod that it oannot tn>
passed. So the story has at least two sides.
CbargeU wilb NiMlfog f#l*oe».—Chris
tina Metz, the proprletorCM of a shoo store
on Pennsylvania avenue, appeared before AJ
deniiau Lynch, yesterday, and made oath
against Edward Owens for the larcouy of a
jiair of ladies gaiters valued at $3,50. Owens
was urrested, bat was released on giving bail
for his appearance at Court.
Not a Plimbnrgtier.—A lew days since
wo noticed the death of a certain Thomas
Welsh, who was killed In a street fight in
Kalmuck City, Idaho territory. Wo have
since learned that ho did notresldo in this
city, as slated, bat in tlio vlllago of Sewtckley,
sixteen miles west.
OlacltmnretL—Andrew Jomslou was before
Alderman Humbert, yesterday, charged with
surety of the peace, on oath of Mary Burk
bardL Thero boing do evidence brought for
ward at the hearing the aocusod was dis
charged and Alary ordered to pay the costs.
I Tall Traveling.—Martin Kophart, of linn
; tuigdon, who bos been nwaichman on the Pa.
R. ft J for tho last fourteen yean, averaged
1 .during that time, 190 miles per week; making
I a grand total of miles traveled. Who
j can beat itl - - _ •
,Ootjlde<!.—Engines Ko.9andlS,on the Al
legheny Valley Railroad, collided near Pen
foandry, la tho Firth ward, on Tuesday
auerttoon. Lewis Harvey, Lhe fireman of one
or uio-engiQes,'WA* severely injured. -*
Wln»low>8 sooth
®S?®ssjsfflKSfflsas
VV SI3SS of .*»“«. that too Mrs.
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EARLY TELEGRAMS, i
FROM WASHINGTON.
Htatement *»f (be Public Debt—A Forth*
< ‘ r •‘WJneUoo of •37,000,000—The banc
ra * > Pay of Cottgre»«sneu—Amount Hr
qaired to I*ay Boanlle*—Uoraramcid
RVladled oat of S6o.ooo—Serenade to
Lieot (ieu. Sherman.
W ashivoton, Aug. I.— I The public debt state
ment will show' a further redaction during
the last two months of about twenty-aevcu
millions of dollars. Twenty-three millions of
the remaining twentvsix millions t»f c.)rilß
cates of indebted>icas have been redeemed
during tlie lu*t month. The statement air-o
“how* that 7:3o's are rapidly being converted
into SriO's. , . .
By an official .•el.mmto It Is ascertained that
it will require about Oftv millions of dollars
to pay th«* l*ormtie* authorized *»y the recent
act of ronsrres*. H is t nought that the claims
of widows ami otlow heirs or deceased soldiers
can be settled with eighteen million* or dol
lars and the other ela-«« of claims with thlrty
two’million*. ...
The net <»f Congress iu<-refuung the pension*
of wnlnws and orphan* and otherwise materi
ally iiindifving the pen*ion law* was approved
l.y jhe Presnlenl on Itie iMh or July. An ortl
etal imi'V of lbe act, with instruct ion-, and
r ir-n-, " id i>r issued shortly byConuulssioner
Ihirrett.
Thojolnt resolution ot tongrea* exempting
iiruiy ofiieers’ salary from tlie npccinl internal
revenue tax of live per cent., which wu* passed
outlie last day of the session, <loe* not pro
vi ie for the refundment of monies .hereto
fv>re paid, as i* umierstooil by many army
officer*
Tim statement of the public doM will not be
published until the third ot louua of August,
It is said that it wl’.l exuibit a d<crea*e o* -
in the principal of tho debt, an com*
. ' • -uj,: -|, e f ot
<d June. Ihe debt was decreased $l.Y()0Q t (X)0
dunug the ironth of June, ami *I2,OOti.OUb dor*
ina the mouth ■»! July.
I'hr .soonn.t Auditor is not yet ready to rtv
ce v i-t!ie i-.liimi* or the heirs ol deceased sol
diers for bounty under the recent Act of Con
giovt, •*•{mil 1 zltig the hountles ot volunteer
•Oldtefs.
The person who so snreessfuUy swindled the
govern nient out of *50.000 a few .lays ago. by
mcsiriH ot forged requisition* on the Navy De
punment, u seeius, a short lime previous, ot»-
tainod tio.oco In the same waj*—bv forging tho
name or l’ayinaster hairchlld. “
Thu extra pay duo to each momircr of Con
gress, under the provisions of the bill paused
the hist hours ol the sunsiou, amounts to
1 he Sergoani-at Arms has already collected
si.,«» internal revenue tax on this increase
of salar; .
Limit. Gen. W. T. Sherman is at the Rbiwttt
House. .4 complimentary serenade Is to tie
given him this evening.
Tile report* received from time to lime at
the Treasury Department show r. very gratt-,
lyng reduction In the amount of fmaggling'
on ill our frontiers, and espc-dully on our
Northern borders, where the temptations to
engage In this illicit irartic are very strong.
the Cholorji In New York—An Expert
mental l.lne of Elera(«d Railroad
New- \oas, August i.—The mortuary re
ports show seven hundred and seventy-one
deaths for the week. The nui»t»er of cholera
cases yesterday was twenty, of which seven
died.
In Brooklyn the epidemic continues to in
crease slowly. There were sixteen coses and
two deaths yesterday. On the Island a further
increase of cholera la reported.
The Boards of Aiderinun nml C'ounciiuio"
have granted the privilege, to the Westslde
and Yorkers Railroad Company, to build an
experimental line of devoted railroad, in
Greenwich street, to be extended. If success
ful, thiongb different parts ot the city «tid
Westchester county. Ttie Company i* to pnv
quaitcrly into tLe treasury five per cent, of
it* pros* enrning as regards city tmslness for
U.U pnvilogi-, auo must deposit liouiis to tho
ainocnt >,f for l Lie faithful performance
of their coutinoi.
V Mill lias been brought by Ucu. Santiv Anna
in tho Supreme court against Abraham Baiz
and Darfeo Maxuru, h»r frauds prac
uect ujHUi him in chartering by defemlants of
the steamer Georgia, which vesselhronght the
Gencrul and stair to this country from s»
Thomas
The Philadelphia I'ontoiiliou—Loctor
front u«». Urown, of (teorgin.
AKW Yo UK, Aug. I.—Tile following lotlor
trout Gov. Brown, of Georgia, is )>rlulcd in
tec Horht-
An .OTA, Ga., July r., l.<«it;.--yie<tr A.r -1 a u,
satisfied it would ts? better for all »Q« occn
pled the po-dUon i did, i«. remain at homo at
prescut, aud send ulnars w iio have l>ceu rc
gardtdmore consnivitivo and belter I'tiion
men. This 1 think would b* more a<'<-cptalde
to the people of me south, ami therulore the
best policy. 1 feel conscious that 1, and oth
• rs ivuo have occupied prominent posiiiou*,
are now as loyal to the Govormnout as any
other ctiixens, tun this h u<»t the general
opinion ol tlio North. hiiloruuntng these
v iew>, I r.|iail not consent to boa delegate, but
I shall iiciu'tily sappoi t the movement un«l
the delegut'-s ap|M>tntod.
As over, your frloml,
Jo*eru E. Huuwn,
Crum Jttraictv— Maximilian Reorgaulz
1-Mt lII* Arui.i- tii.irk ('poo Jalapa.
New York, August l.—The HrraUi'* Ctl> d
Mexico correspondent, a riting under dale ..r
July 10th, lw>», sa. • The ro-organixaliou of
Maximilian's army appear* to ix* progressing
Uu--ly. A great i ush is being made on U»e
Aiiiencun Consu:» by tmer can nii/eu, f..r
I lie Iruu t uilly pa|KM>, «>n aecouut t>f the im
pending dratl.
No new military operations had taken place
since tin; fall of Monterey, except the attack
ujxrn Julupa, wh.cli n.us going on wii«>n our
dispatch salted.
A New I ork company of capitalists had pur
eliajeal the KUx> niilr«>.i. l grant, and ei.ginueis
ara aireaily at work.
Kliellabarger Itenoutlualed forCougreaa.
Ciscisxati, Augiint 1.-Mr. .-thtdlabargcr vru*
ntnominauHl for Congre.-*s yextortlnv, hy the
Rupublicuu Conrt-nnon ol Uio Seventb [>l»-
i rict.
NOTICES.
NOTH ?jl:.
To the Tax Payers of the City
of Pittsburgh.
TUP CITY TItKASITIER u now
Ai. , m receive all laxi-s pAynblt- at tills ufhei ,
in, i ..itriu .licet, -clcJect U> * rrdncwo'i of
i l \ K ,* i. ni < I- »j*l*, u pai.i In-Sore the FIRST UAV
11 K Al'UtT.- T .Sh?CT.
Tur- Mi-ri.anul.' art Jtie aiul niusi he pslii
’wfnre Uiv K.IS.tT ,i iY OF .It’l.V NKXT, lu or.|«-r
to -av,-cost soilM p- n-e nl suit lx-fore so Al'ierotsn.
W M Kli HUAUM, Trcssurer.
NOTICES.
THE ItEnUJiI.TO PAUT «f lhe
*- large tiiuprriv for «»lc Ulti out in Boyd «• Alhia's
i> an nf 1-iia, tvi'l ho sold in lot* or hv the acre
*MMi-niliii fur »Ar-ii*nlny purpose* or Tor city re»l
'it*u-v A| ply u* VV*M. a. lUtVli, si the ol
h irk |ja(ri<-k & Mi 11.,,,, coru-r ..f l»]*moQ>l »n«l
; » r *ii l Mrt-ei-. ~r in fcj HAIt 1 1 ALLEN, m in.-
proptriv. al Lom-r m. t islr Hotel. tnyir *ar.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
StMMER CLOTHING
I’OK BOVS,
VOUTIIa, anil
CHILUKLiV
-A gcK.il rsrl<-(y of aL ltie Summer styles, st mod
eral« prices, t»y
otunr s Loajtjr,
47 At. CUIr A|m«t
Jyl«____ _
[]E!«RV IJ. IIAI.E, ~
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Sortliwest Comer of Penn «fc Hi. Clair Kta.
l>c»lrt!« L» return tlistiks to bli frlrnds SDd tlx- r.ni,-
I'c *«-n«*rnllT for inch ll:w>rai patronage, and w«m|.'
re*(.et* fnily inTuru them that h« has just returned
.rom jl*c Li.fti.-in Msrkeu with a .ar-c soil well *• -
lectctl »t«»ch of
riAE WOOLEN GOO ON,
HPI..NO
IIEO. h. eOLTII JOII y Ko—H
JOHN ROSS Hi CO.,
WM. N. OCDEN & CO.,
MANUrAUTURKRa AM) DEALERS IN
Carbon Oil Lamps and Fixtures,
CHANDELIERS, CARBON OILS, AC.
KTo. 64 Marlaot Street,
myWsaTunlAwT PITThIIUKOH, I»A,
N. OTT,
OEUaiIAI.
Me Sinker, Seai and Medal ihigraver,
STfcKIL, BRAND AND STEEL LETTER CUTTER,
SUPERIOR SEAL PRESSES,
Cancelling Stamps and Visiting Cards,
AI*»o, I'LATKjj KOll MAI’KINU CL-UTIIINti.
98 Wood St., Cor. Diamond Alley,
UUOVX DAVIS” BOOK STORK,)
U-TlieJ __ IMTIHIUIHGU
piuriTirßE
CAFE AND WOOD CHAIRS,
MannfACtcucd »od for aalo.
Wholesale or RetaiL
JAiTIH!** W. WOODWELI-,
NU3. 97 A 09 THIRD BTBKET,
Opposite E. Edmondson A Co.'s, and
rahl HO. FOURTH BTUttET.
AND SALE STABLES.
DRUID & MITCHELL,
Nos. 425 & 127 Liberty Street.
Tho very beat IIOBBEa, CAKBIAGES and BUG
OIKB kept for hire at all times. The finest
HEARSKa in the city. Faserals, Ac,, attended
loon short notice la the bust meaner.
Persons wishing to enrec* anything la oar line
can rely.upon being tamed outtnthobeetstyle.es
the proprietors give tneir persoael ettentioatotho
SPECIAL NOTICES.
the TIICQGEES! yiLiABLE
, the queen of
HAIR RESTORERS! COAL MINES FOR SALE.
MUi* \VI.V U IA'W-S gi'EEN H AIK KKjIT* >K Y. K
)• g U K KN. not only in naul, but in niin'E.v
lathe Beet llalr Restorer ever offered to
* Bt the Public.
An Infallible RgSTOnrn and PRgSKtTM of tin
Hair if faithfully applied.
it 4s no Miair Dye,
It act* directly upon the roots of the hair chanz-
Ing irrey hair toits original life col-jr; arresting pre
mature »lt;enT and lalllng oui u f the hair; eradleat-
Tig »otrf and dandruff; and curing all bomois of the
»o-ilp.
It will change dry and wiry hair to toA and luxu
riant tresses.
It imparts a delightful fragrance to the hair.
In short, if ysu wUh to restore your hair, as la
youth, and retain It through life, use
lliiK RESTORER.
Trice 81 per bottle. Sold by all Brngglsts.
R. B. SELLERS & CO.,
Wbole&ale Agents.
sggr »'»• UAIU'HILL II CO.,
BOILER MAKERS
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Kos. 80, 82, 34 and 36 Penn itnet
Havtngaecured a large yard, and furnished Uwlth
the mo»t approved machinery, we are prepared to
jianrOwture every dtscupilo.. . i.FI" S hr
ften manner, and warranted wiual Ui any matte in the
‘•••untrv. I:UIAINKV». BREECHING. ri.UC BEDr.
STEAM PIPE*. LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS. <‘>N
DKNSKItS, SALT PANS, TANKS. Oil* STILLS.
AUITATUBB, SETTLING PANS. IUULKU IU »N.
BRIDGES, SUGAR PANS; and role manufacturers
oi BARNHILL’S PATENT BOILERS. Repairing
done on the shortest notice. jrl>:c4l
HIPKRIOB “
COPPER MILL AND SMELTING WORKS,
PITTTBBUBGH.
park, McCurdy & co.
Manufacturer® of SHEATHING. BRAZIERS' AND
JESSED l’6pPElt BOTTOMS,
RAISED STILL BOTTOMS, BPELTKU SOLDER.
Also, Lupvrten and dealers In METALS, TIB
} IRON. WIRE, Ac. Constantly on
hand, TINNERS' MACHINES and TOOLS, W are
houee, No. m, VintJT and ISO Second Stukbts, Pltu*
Ul| rgh. Special orders of Copper cut to any desired
pattern. myUaiHdAwT
HAW WORKS,
ers of P AtFi?* GKOlft?D O C Ut IH ft" AKs“Warrant
ed CAST STEEL SAWS, of every description. Hill,
Mulry, Cross-Cut, Uang.aad all other varieties.
All kinds of KNIVES and SPRINGS, maria from
Bbe*t Cast-Steel: Extra lleflned REAPER ANO
MOWING BLNIV’ES. Ac.
Warehouse and Woias, corner WATliiand
Shout Str*»t», Pittsburgh.
Particular attention paid l<> re-toothing, numlai
»i*d straightening Circular Saws; also, repairs uf afl
kinds. Punching and Drilling done at reasonable
rate*. jrS:csj
E3*nOBWBON. R£A & CO- (Bac
cessors to Rubisson, Murm A Hillbbs.
ro». a^^m.W S .W
Manufacturers of hOAT AND STATIONERY
M. |, r6£. > ; Nu y' l,: ? !i J ULABT ENGINES, MILL MA
.IUINUn. GEARING, SHAFTING, CASTINGS ol
>IL TAN KB aud STiLLS, BOILER
AND SiIKKT IRON WORK.
Ag-Agents for GIEVARD'S PATENT INJECTOR
or Reding boilers.
E-gf-JOUX COCHHAJV a ono,
, . ,r, » M»nuuc-.urera ol IRON VAULTS AND
VAULT DOORS. IRON RAILING, WINDOW
-HUriKltS, WINDOW ic." NoTw
r-lt- «'M> and « THIRD STREET, between Wood
and Market, bare on band a variety of new patterns,
fancy and plain, aultable for all p-irpote*.
**T Particular attention paid to enclosing Grave
Lota. Jobbing done ai short notice. mbS:ly
@*nAHKIAUG A.\D CEUBACt,
v * n «f Warning aud Instruction for
\ nung Men. Also. l>Uuo«« and Abuses which pros
t -ar- tnr UUI ,towri a. * llh mean* of sure relief’
‘ /ill free ol cliarrc lu aealcl IctHT cm rtopcs. Ad
-! •. Dr. J. &KU.LIN HofullTON, Howard A»-
• tolan,,n. Philadelphia, Pa. tny£Ll»4:i>AwT.
POLITICAL.
COMES
TION.
22d DISTRICT.
Tin- INJoN REPI’BLH’AN VOTERS or the 22d
' --ng-r».l.«n*j Ouirli i *n- r<nue»to4 to meet at the
u*ual place* of holding elections In the various
W an.*. Boroughs and Townships, lu said District,
On Saturday, August 11th,
\ -d tried two delegate* fiom each election district,
i- »n v oumy l euveutlou on TUESDAY, Au
» u*i 1 4th, at to o'clock a. u, . for the purpose ol
placing In nomination a candidal*- for Gongn-s.
The primary election* In the townships wilt b.
held between the hours of four and all o'clock, aud
ll toe wards aud borough* between the liuur* ol
i.m; and m ven o clo-k p m. In the waida and hor*
•J« a the elections shall he by bailol, and In the
townships by marking or by i**lld.
By order uf the < o mmtuee.
, W. J. GILMORE, Chairman.
M ii. .iNiirn-Hiv,
1!. jS"
nit'i’KKT.
HON. J. K. MOORHEAD
Hat lug placed bints* II at the disposal of hts friend*,
"t r*-et-o-i*• lu i heir call made „n him. lilt* name -«
pirsedUtl by then a» a candidate for nontlua
i.ui: lor < ougn-ti*. lor Ho- *2d District, subject to
the action ot Hit- I ulou Republican County Conven
GENERAL JAS. S NEQLEY
is a Candidate In the 23<1 District.
UihH;|ai
ftg-COWliEB» —The" friends of
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY
111 prrsrtit hi* uatr.c to U»r CoQvrallon oi tb**
1 uitiQ pertv. for nomlnulon a* acen-lldsle for On
sres* W tn« Zhi DUtrlct. mhl3-«w
(JHIAA M AREIIOI SE.
RICHARD E. BREED,
XMPOIITI3 El,
Ho. 100 Wood SI reel.
..BUITAS.MA AMI BII.VKII PLATEU TABl.t
WARE, TEA AND IAULE CUTLEKk,
Always on hand.
CHINA TEA BETS,
CHINA DINNER BETS,
CHINA TOILKT SETS,
(TUNA VAbEB,
CHINA SPITTOONS,
II011E)i t.\N W Attic OF KVKBY DEBCttIPTiON
LAVA'WRD baskets,
lava v *sk j .
I.AVA BVn'l‘M*ys.
ENGLISH STONE \V AIIE ol all vnrliMtcs, lo*nl
AtmicMlc and rvtall trade.
The largest and most complete itock of everrtblns
iu tnl* liue la the city.
PrlcAoi and term* Uie same u la the eastern cities.
myl7ia3!i
j. w. Johnston
J OUIVSTO.Y * BCOTT,
DEALERS IN
Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.,
No. 1A74 LIBEUTY STREET,
PlttailDTixcb., Foxlua.
Particular altenllon kivea to Uepairlng
Waicuw*, Ctoek* aud Jcveny. AU work warrant
ed to&iCM
CtPERIOH OAK TANNED, PAT
ENT STUETCHED AND itIVETEu
LEtTHEB BELTING AND HOSE,
Maaufkrturt'd .1 No. 08 BMITIIFIBLD aT., by
HARTLEY. PHELPS & CO.
A l*o. Agents lor New York Rubber Co
(j mu Helting*.
1 l ‘. lk, ?‘, l^.*..V.l P crlQ f qnelltT of LACK
mym/x- 'tfOdbUM HYDUANI' HOB a, COFFER
RiVF.l.iaml IJLItn. UKI.T HiMiKa, ( |ej*c«J
J|EMOTAL.
160. SmilhfltUt Street. 160.
JQHN ZWEEDINGER,
Fnnm-My of HO FIFTH STREET, has rrtnove <3 to
Xo. 160 Binlllifield Street,
Two doors above Sixth str.-vl, where he bu an ex
cellrlll Alock of
Pianos, Melodeons, Organs,
And all kinds of M ICAL INSTRUMENTS ami
.iTIII.NGB. c »l Instrument* repaired with
nrulu- w* an«l distiatch. |j ieHb7
B. BRYAN, Broker in Stocks,
BONDS AND REAL ESTATE, 57 FOURTH
STREET, (Burke's Building,) buy* and sells on
( ommlMlon BANK, RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
PETROLEUM STOCKS, and GOVERNMENT
MUNICIPAL, RAILROAD AND OTHER BONDS.
Orders executed by telegraph at the NEW YORK
and PHILADELPHIA BTOUKBOARDSattberates
of commission current in those cities.
MOIVEY LOAN OFFICE, WO. 151
AfA BMITHKIKLD STREET, corner of BUlh.
Plttsburgli.
Moiiry Loaned on Silver Plates, Guns, Pistols,
Diamonds, Jewelry, Gold and silver Watches,
Clothing, and valuaulu articles of every description.
The goods cannot be delivered without a tlckcL
Not accountable la case of Are or robbery.
Goods of every description for sale at lowest
prices. (JellidaO) KMA-MJKI. Db ROY.
gOHEWIESS
NHUTTER HISUIS,
Cheap aud strong, And easier put on than aay other
bloges in use, at
JOSEPH WOODWELL & CO.,
Corner Wood and Second «u., Pittsburgh,
AGENTS FOB FAIRBANKS’ BOALEfI.
lygfdAwT
EXC-UANOa NATIONAL BANK 0V PITTeBUHtIU. I
Pirrsutmau, Pa., July 2, W 4. {
Fr OODEIt or THE lIOAIUI or
DIRECTORS, notice is faereby glren ihiYlhe
r ADDITIONAL STOCK ; ..
authorised #baU, until farther notice, he' assigned
to subscribers at the rate ofBIXTY*BI 1 DOLLARS
jor each share.
H. JE JfUBBAX. OaiUar; .
FOR SALE.
Tin- u,u»',k. . „
t oai Mining < >'J ?h" ?--uth. rn
Ala., »**«•!> r uitif v „ ir ,i • n,a, « '! in cumi-i
o J r s?: j;-.
.hcse mine* i.»vp t L,
U»o I«r some year.. ar , miu»i i •, u ‘' r * 9 » f "l oner- -
mineral region of the s,iau- in.i .. l,M ' .11 the
nine, i.y rail from ,«Mma ‘ 1 "m''" 01 ; xUty-tu,.
1 WHi.Ttr.msportailon to t:-.-«... , ~<', »‘’e the-.- 1,
j There 1» not In ihe Lulled Mai,-* .
tiinltr lor a safe and profitable luvji?m*‘ r °J’P" r -
Uoal ousluess. ‘••uaeni in m,
TERMS OK SALE:
One half rash, and the balance at the
of hi* mouths, without Interest : or. one-sYt, 11
and the balance. lu e<«uaf monthly t>a*m, ''V* 1
oot lulercsi. ’ * ' " ~L“ ' * »«»••
«. M. )Ic(IO.\.\ICO,
J k *’ ! A-imin',.f 1:. m. Kilwards.
L'OIC MALE.—The following de
fbi A*sliort ,, |ln r,,| “’ rtf '' lU l "' ' ,,r * rr ''' l at Private sale
J-i.-.A l.ui tif MtnCMi thirty not f r ,.»t
First street, near \\ 00.1, and hark toward
Water street eighty ic.-t, (hem* part y| | ol j h3
In the general p|,u of Pittsburgh together with
K. WAIt/iIOUnK thereon
M.-FJt n A(JKEi> OF UM) at the head of
Nrunot • Island. In McClure towosblp. VV'dl be
aold lo lota to suit purchasers.
.id.-iO.EVkN Lots OF (fKOU.NI) in Mancbea
»oo, I«7. 111*1100, uo. ui.
»'-• I ’ l 11 y»> «he pis., th.
street, Adam.. .. a , aud Wasuln^L...,
•treet.
tin.-L>T Wo. *0 | a Janie* Adams* mofl .e
Nurmern Hbt. tits. Bltuated at the e.utu-rMt c, r .
nrr of Adams uml Quarry atree.s. and bkins imy
leel initil on (Quarry by about two hundred anal
ninety leet In depth.
Tin? a»M*> e described property n ill be sold at reas
onable prices, and on easy terms. Title Indisputa
ble. For further Information apply to
, , A. O. UhnW.NINO,
•r hU attorneys, S. A. AU . PUKVIANcfc,
lyiiOtg'la ilti unh street. Pittsburgh. •
Jp.'.riELD LOTS
Fort saiiH.
(■irir ve“V uEßiuAm.e u.re ..ijoi„i o|! th.
village <>r Mansfield. out hartlers (,’reck, will tH-of
fereu ai l*r«t»ll. > a ;.- „ x ; i ui, 4 y. A>i X sd 4u,.
at 11 «> . I*m k a. M. n »lr.e. ih -e Jut* range irow
one acre and le~ .0 ordinary su«j building lot-.
Lloeral tones given. *
.JJ er r \ >U 'L" rll « y w, » ,1,n * 10 attend the salt win
Uke the Matirtleld Accommodation train, leaving
the Union Hepol at lo a. m. and get off ai’n'eme
.. * *■»•*»»* returning to 1 his >-lty »m
• lop at ihu niaitm, a( |jg,;|,| auil .» »\ m.
For rurther lnlorniatlou. emjntreof
J. 1- nAR.HIIAI.I-,
J'Olt SAI.E
Allegheny Building Lots
Kill Ll ItKRTI ;-TUEK.r
Several good Ini, ,n ~r near the rorurt of KMgr
and Walktr Street,, a short di-ta.o, below Ale
gh.-ny a.euiie.
Mum- lutf- will n>Qi iD?tj«l lln nisei *i-. lo pcrxutis
•t-CklOfr l Mftli an<l rleaiiM lI) rt-
Ure«J. *»•! rn ran of l>v PitLrr u>r lln«- of
r«||»a) runnliu- iw Uaiirliefi-r.
A lo
s*. a. UUVAX.
Itrokri in nock.' and lUal K-'tAir.
_* ul 57 Kourvh m., iHurfcc'* HutldlnjM
jjn OR SALE.—We offer for Kale the
Valuable Lot of Ground
Occupi**.! »»> ibf un<}«rMsm .*, .ontalnmc - u rn
! ‘r.'V.M,' 7' •i' it. m u, iwi ..i u>:,.r
liik> lo . tiae .1 rhft I roll ..i i. .- u K „„.| Un.l
-“*• *'th the riKht ~r luto tin- rhcr »U».i &n
leelfroui low watermark. wliirn would make au.n.i
r«»ur «fff< of yronn.l. ;-.,r lr on Works Steel Work*.
>*w Mlllor o.lu u anufttciunn* pur
c«iiiioi t>« excelled. rervi.i iu*de .atiefar
u.ry. «r »|.„ offer fox n> a lar*e lot o| l.ro k
•l.'uiiairril »I\a:ilnjj. p-ililes, Ii stiver •, enjrm- bi|j< r*.
machinery, burm Loop*. .5•.
~ it I'THKIK A MLI.,
«*u lhr r .r. .in.,-,. r.K.i ~f Tauor .iren.
I'Hlf lin rjcli.
IT
pn SALE
CHEAP BUILDING LOTS,
iu eiu tuwMbip, locate.l 11) l’cntiK) IvanU at <mu
< ouil KuUil'. I’ru-r. rrum sjlD to 8300.
KiHASTKK, VUZ\H i; BtTTtliHKLl*.
A i i .ni. >«, •»* i.nm «
J>-ju
P>ll tiALE.
n i i.'i-t R(,n
A * tU*T-cLA*» M>| S K» >lami,
TheHiurc, Ot„.l Wi,:, 'inr.
l>»rlllnK »'<] !«nr« 1...1 Si -M .1.i,,., i*.„ , 4i ,j
•J.UOU a month. l . .
V' »“***' ami Lot- ». r> ,1,^,,..
S«?ora; U.t, »i fcUUi> w „ rt |, M*u„ n . (ruuniir l<>
JAMES T. SAMPLE,
Real Estate broker ami tusuraiur Ajtt-ul.
)“■' No. *rt r-.1.ml sirn-u A lirtjlicjij'.
WALK —A Farm of übuut tW
«l»t»o*Ue T.*w u« n.| 51.U..0, North W.-[ •
V 1 fr ? m I‘HUbl.rjrh; ahuttl .1 Herrs
Lir-«ri-a bataucr ()ul tliiitMW land In vwl«ti,.s; £1
**/.** - 'i-in. |.li a Iruinr dttHMn*
rt.r. »»»«*. So (run lret,
i'LnF ’^ 7nm;r * 1 ‘ , * pU ' n *“‘ l !“»** tor a visit-.
**•?• • lol *» »»T mi Iv-ci. wu PccMi'f t„
U Uktu* lo«o*Ulp, Allegheny count*. Will Ik so-.l
!!i*i*P* * fur UfttJß, 4c.. apply al llic Real Estate
anJ Inhuraiicc «»(Uc« of U. BaTEs*.
leU HuUor street. La*reuc«vJUe.
Loll HALE—One of tbe most
>*autlfhl location.-. for a country residence lit
Uie count*, altuatci a mlica from tbr city, on the
lUlsburgh and Connemrllte Railroad, ► ith atta-
HooatUtc place, ft contains 3 acre*, the upper
imlf rln m«r ground »haded with forcat tree*; thVr*-
mtlndcr *io|>lug to tbe railroad. The piacuisw.lt
watered witu two or more strong flawing s-rlng*.
wltn sufficivat fall iu f«r« *«w to a height oiV>
JOHN I>. BAILED,
at -eg aod Itual Estate broker.
>'*-> No. Kti Fourth »tn el.
VALUABLE FAKM rORHALE.-
’ V“' IA« SOTM, U.-4J- ihr
a.x Mile r erry, on lUc jioiioogahcla r.ver.ou oblcli
l» erected a two-story Brick Mansion House an.)
narn, aud other out-oiiUding*. Also. nnveraloth.r
aruis, wetl located. in Allegheny and Westnior.--
talid count lea. containing from lUU to 216 acres. Coal
an.i L.lme Farms for sale on the Steubenville K*t>-
road anJ Mononaaltela river.* For furtuer tiartle
u,ur>, enquire of Wll.LlA-M WARD.
(Opposite the Cathedral,)
J 5 : ;. No. insurant street.
A BMALI. I-All.*! FOR SALE, Willi
immediate possession. 13 1 , acme of laud. 3- v
allies from Allegheny City, wltli a go.nd log house
well ol wstrr. spring, fruit lro*-» of all kind*. 3u>j
grape rlucs, J acre* iu good cut Umber, two good
eowa, two hogs, one borne, two spring wagons. :i
acres of i.otatoes, corn, 'o-aus, 4c.. 4c. Price
«3,UU). Mtuale I a ml.es from the Hone Walk ami
near the behind ilpu.r, up Hutch, rs' Huu i’lank
thud. a. ClilTJUtm- 4 BO.SU, 61 Market h
LOIt HALL.**‘2O9 acrt'n coal and
and surface, situated ahoni .*> rod- . a.,i m Hi i
ger Matloit. uu the HlUrOurgh »n.i -i. ulm nttl'l.-
Hall road. The railroad runs directly through tin
(iru|M<rty. One huudred and liity acres oflheFur
lae. *• “Oder cultivation, the remaining Utn acres
in good white ork Umher. JuIlN D. H AILEY.
.. No. IJ2 Fourth street.
<>r. E. (. KU No. U bill's Hlock.
iJ 3 _ _ liu.jites tic Way.
L'OR HALE-Oue Patent Steam
.. r, ii»derlng Tallow or Crease ;
One LYLIM>JCKSifc A M IHjILKK. si Inches dl
•meter, U feet long, with Smoke tttackc
OncHIEAM StlAB KETTLE, holds 3,0«> pounds;
ho* ' * *• • " • . I n(»j
SHEET IKON 3UAP FRAMES.
, \ym. Kennedy 4 c*>.,
«lBs»l44_ Liheriy strret, Piueburgh.
h'OR SALE:—A very desirable two
slorT Brick Dwt-lllugui five rooms and good
cellar, situate «>n Alien street, Lawreiicevlllc, near
Passenger Italiwat. An eicclletu well of water on
the lot. Will he disposed of on liberal term*, and
immediate |H.»“«5»lon given If applied lor soon.
Kor terms appi> at the Heal Estate and in-a-aucu
OlUce or O 3. UATfch
lluilcr street, Lawrencevtlic
I'OR' SALE.—TWO DEsiIIAHLE
BtTILDINU LOTS, Situated on U»o earner of
lIIOWEU. and HAMILTON BTBEBTB. Second
Ward. Ailcgheuy. oue square from the ll M o of tbo
AUcghcay and Manchester Passenger Hallway.
Inquire of J VMKB UODVUET,
Jyf3;g.TM No. 1 Ohio Struct, All.gheuy.
TOBACCO, CIGABS, &c.
TOBACCO WORKS,
R. & W. JENKINSON,
W AhLrAlTriltllW OK ALL gJNPH OK
TOBACCO, AMI SUGARS,
No. 0 KLOEKAL STKEEi',
Third door from Suspension Bridge,
ALLKUHKNY. Pa.
Branch Store at Salem, Ohio. my2t;t>3.'i
R. B. JEFFRIES.
Manufacturer and Wliolosalc nod Itetall Dealer Iti
all kinds of
TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS.
Vo. GST. OI.AIK HTBEET, PiTTSUiiitotl, Pa.
. la/ae assortment Of MEEKSC M AUM PIPES
and smkkivo tobacco, or.tiu ho** quality. kci>i
ua hands. myzs:t)7o
QEOBGE BLtmiENSCHEIN,
PKAtCII IX rmiKION ARU domkhtic
SEQAfiS, CHEWING TOBACCO,
Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, &g.
No. 4 Sevontli Street,
(Near corner of Liberty,)
mytS:blt PITTSBUIIOH, Pa.
JOHN MEGRAW,
Manufacturer of and Wholesale aad ltetoll Dcnler
in all kinds of
Tobacco, Snuff and Segars,
40 lIA\U STREET.
A general assortment of Smoking Tobacco, pines
anoTobaeOo I'onches always on hand, myxitbsi
AUCTION SALES.
A DMISiISTHATOU’Ji BALE ~OE
AA. WIKKS. LIQUOUS. Ac., AND FIVE YEAR
LEASE OP BTUKK.—On FRIbAY AIOUNINQ Au.
.ustad, at 10 o’clock, will be sold, at
Liquor htorcoftholate Wm. Bennett,No, Iflolect
ondsLcot, below Uood, by order otAdmlnlstra*
tnr, the entire stock of superior Wlucs,
Ac. embracing a Urge rarle.y of NrandU* ‘ Wwt
key. llum. sherry and Port Wines In cask. aSSk
41F^^^aaafeassr
PLUMBING, GAS PITTING,
BAILITF, BBOWN & CO.
PLUMBERS, CAS & STEAM PIPE FITTERS,
So. 55 Federal St,, Allegheny,
672 Penn Street, Pittsburgh.
h.iT^ TFH ANI> GAS on
Houses tilted nn with UAJ. WATER or STEAM
I t*KS ,n *b»rt nolle**.
1,1 lUfjin**rlfs *!ttod up at short notice and lu the
in V"‘• , Ph r " v e.j #;rie.
At.l-IATuRs, tanks. Ar., lined wun Sheet
Rl«?w /*’|p ~ew nro, ' <? * s * w{ lk Hydro-Atmospherlr
constantly on hand a large snpply of
Vh? £ LEAI». LEAD PIPE, IRON AN 1 > till ASS
Mosir I T Ti ‘'" is; “F ALI. KINDS, HVDIIAN l‘
r'tabiuhnlJ.nJ ,acl ai * * se * ,t h I a tiret-claea
work l | ,l ii ,,Ttl '‘ ll,t ‘ attention of all who have ar.v
>l.-m wt ca . n lln t'of business, as we feel rontf*
i'i <ierlal „ J?!*'' Ul ° I>«*t of satlstscllon as reg&rus
• >fkniao«hlp an*t price. Jyt-n
il)fl\,\HLLUSls& BIRTLEI
n a a f^ UIVI::EE:e - H '
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
tor. Sixth and Smlibfieid Streets,
PlTT»ni;iiOH. I*A.
Cor. Beaver and chest nm Street*.
MANt:HE.-xi;i:
.......
ADDY, WILLIAMS &, BARTLEY
Keep,,n n.nd «.np,rl., t , rUclriir
WOOD OL>5j»S.
All kinds of IRON rrMl’B, HYDUan-n
I‘tAJJ, SHEET ZINC, LEAD ti if T
SIM US, WATt,: CLOSETS, WASH T h» T «VS •
WASH STANDS. Ac., At Uulf wiSTiln,
Cor. Sixth and Nniith field street*.
Ar All Linds of UKI’AIIt!NU done promptly.
W" All orders by mall Immediately attendee! to
JojicAu
JyTOTICE.
Private Families and Hotels
Can he furnished with host «juallty of
HYDRANT HOSE & PIPES,
AT bill 'UTfcST NOTICE A.VD BEST TRRWS,
Ity railing on
JOHN MAFFET,
;\OB. 127 and 1*29 First Street,
rirrsucßoii, pa.
tiy:7:a4o
& KELLY,
PLUMMERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
AND BRASS FOUNDERS.
A large assortment of
< Handel ierN and Brackets, Lead
Pipe, Pumps, Sheet Lead, kc..
164 Wood Street, Near Sixth,
mrDibT
t. 1. rvv
])l.l.tllll\tA
MS M Mill FiTTlNfi.j
HADRANTS. IYON PUMPS.
Ml CRT I.K.\D,
MIEKT /.INC
LEAD PIPES.
SINKS. HaSINS,
W ATER CLOSETS AND WASH STANDS,
BWEINS d) CO.,
I 'ti.-ri N.t.ri t.> Addy A t
No. in*. Wood si.. I’lit‘biirffti. !•«,
w« lIEUIKMT ,
& Joll.\no\,
PH KTHAI.
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
{Fifth Ktreet kxlcnaivD,
PITTSBUIkaH. FA ■
All order* l>y mall .'Ktlafartorlli an.l
|»H.- I] t.J ■llru.lt .I io.
A full In" <.r Hath Tuba. Punii.A. Ua*m*. NYaler
t .osvts, sinks. Chandeliers. Pendant*, and Uw
*»»a es. for sale at the most r<mxiu»M« prleo.
Orders from couutry patron* by mat* promptly at
tended to. 1 1
Uum Hose of every description. J«£<:dUß
pUJMRIKG, «A 8 AND STEAjU
i A FITTINO, IN ALL ITS It KAN CUBS.
llarefUlly attended to by experienced and practical
worktneu. A tine assortment of
QAS FIXTURES, SINKS. BATH TUBS.
SHOW Eli BATHS,
WATER CLOSETS,
c instantly on hand aud made to order” rt>KA>T5S *
TATE A SEVILLE,
Ni. 53 FKDKKA LSI HKET, Allcgu cn i
W hl !a fiS.f ' <l, " £,,T 1 lHu.bur.b,
PROFESSION AT.
B. F. BROWN,
Local Olaim
W. S. SAIL COM,
Office, No. 67 Kourlh Street,
(SECOND FLOOK.)
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ponslou#, Bouuticx, and Arrcar
of Pay Prumptly Collected.
un.U .Uu.. .re .etlle,., ll.r
but a moderate fee. di»j3:l>..
11. LINDSAY.
ATiDEHTvrAtkr,
Office, 03 Boyle Street. Allegheny.
Special attciutou gh en lo itr.intnrllre.l,. Lea««a
firm other legal docuuicu;..
.'.v. ,4. ,10c uuirn:..
All collections tntro-ted 10 him will receive care
ful aud prompt attention. Jer«.vf
JOBS’ W. TAVLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 69 (;ran( Street,
mr29:l.SO_ I’ITTaBUIII,]], I'A.
J)R. E. OOJVNEI.I.I,
Office, Sixth and Grant Streets,
VITTSBVRQU ; FA.
attention given to all case* rogulring
Surgical operations. lu2?mlhu
U. C. MACKUELL. J. C. At'COM Us.
MACKRELL & McCOMBS,
AHORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
No. 89 Grant Street,
PITTSBURCH. PA.
my£4:b23
JOHN A. STItAIN,
A TiTIEYYTVr a
Es-Ofllcio, Justice off the Peace,
AND POLICE JUAHIHTUATK,
Oflire, 1W Flrtli St., opposltt' ('atlictlral.
PITTSBUROH, PA.
DeedK Bonds, Mortgage,,. Acknowledgment*.
Depooitlona and alt Legal Bui*lne*« vxeculcd with
prwntptn os and dUpatc .. j_uyiu:aid
WILLIAM * JANCEY, NOTARY
1J PUBLIC, JUSTICE OP THK PFArR, aNI>
HEAL ESTATE AGENT, ofllc**, corner of Butler
and Draro strecto, La*rrcnerrl|le.
Hpcolat Attention given to the phrchaM: and sale
of Real E«tate, tbr f'ollectlon of Kents, and the pre
paration aod acknowledgiiieiil ol all kltidn of Legal
Conveyances.
WILLIAM .1 AN< KY.
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public.
my3Hh3a
JJCStace's. morrow,
ALDERMAN AND CONVEYANCER,
*2 Pennsylvania *1 venue.
Foot #( the tension and opusiln Chatham Stmt.
my32:a36
QIIATIUM T. EWiNB,
Attorney at Law,
So. 00 Grant Street. Pitt»burffti, Pa.
for Ohio, Kentucky. WrstVlr
gtnia, Missouri and other State*. iuylii:a6a
mlutary claims, "pensions,
"J BOUNTIES HACK PAY. and Military Claim*
ofoverr description, cotleclrd hr the Rubucrllmr. at
thefolfowiug rate*, vli; Pen*lona, $10; all other
dolma, $3. SO.
0. C. TAYLOIt, Attorney at Law,
Diamond street, opposite tlis Coart House.
N. B.—No charges arc made If the claim does net
succeed, aad all information given gratis. se4:ty -
J^P.STOSE,
.A.ttoraey at Law,
OmOB, IU DJAItoKIJ hTitKKT, oppodt. tk,
OoorvHo***, JPluabargb, fs.| Itißito
insurance
.Etua and the Portland Fire
JITNA
INSURANCE COMPANY
HARTFORD, CONN
AKSFT*, JULY 1, MOG.
Faith on hand, in h ink. anti witn A*eui-$ I'.T.iu- < •
I'nlti-c! Utßtr* Moek M2.7T7 2.
Heal K«iatr, unlnoanht-re-d . >« xv< u.
siai t- stock* ec *«> •>
New York Slat-f»itK*l* 7-M. r7O • *
Hartford K:t»k St.-.-k.* .7.i,n|.i
MUct-llacroan Hunk Slock-... lat.uv >«•
Railroad M.k Ws. &,■ 27S.wfT 'a
Mortgage Bonds. i uv. i.'onniriDdHalN
road i.oii.l»- -<
IJABIIITIi.M,
Lok.es unadjnsted and not due
'' F Ixtures con-
Net. S'y,
' "rom- f..r 1n«» TH«* fr-ll
‘ . a„.i y •• ~.e (or ta.n** Uni- t2.Mi.2M .(
V,‘-"iV *'“■■' • ..
111, un I *l7.i«,UA>
11 ‘ • • l.<nl,dw 07
LOSS BV THE POBTLASD FIRE,
July -Sttix.
'J'be * i'o“cr< ii i,t .kuu ,
pr<»pe , ' - t y ... sT-n.-.i oylxmaeto 1- *Mdh. v»i. -n win,.
uy| vary nun l. nun. |rA*i.»*»■•: and V^h.-Vn I *'i.r'uint?
a,lju s tcd^nd |i ).."1. 1 iw,,, , c ,,,1. ,
jnrnr .:l|.| SUIe UU'», p.M Jflel year, or a prop.,
lloti Io a 4 , -aj i.,-H fur a company of s!<*.. ■ •
11l- nece-NoHy Jor la..uran«:f and tor vain. • r
w aitl-; Bitting corporation*. i- ]-•:nii ; v i:;- •
by Hits lire. Sever ,I we:,k I ,• < <iuie..jii< . r
destroyed. Porti,>ad has a popii!uilon-I '.bi »i-i
thousand. was hsi.dsoniei, bum. n.osi i> n.u- t,r „
or stone niruclur. a—prol*<:.-,i and »c: • .i
unward* of three thousand aiiaile tr.e-i~l>ou nded . -
three sides liy water—lndeed, lllcrally, alm<ul rl-i- .
irom the oc-aii—and with a rood slcam -re dcoa••
inem-y»t It hns *lo.ooo,ooopropern consumed in
few hours—upon a Holiday when Its utople are Ic-isi
occupied. Irom the T«ry inslßhitlcau t cause of a con
temptible lire cracker.
Remember the trilling origin ot firc« that *wen>
away In a few hours the earnings of (.’otmlder
your in-si iniere-t,. an-lglr. the Aima Agcut a cm I
il you need proper mstininc* security. folJcles Is
sued fair tent,..
A. A. CARRIER & BRO.,
AOBKTTS,
JyOligSi __ IH MH.Uni sTIIEKT.
LIFE INSI ltANi E AfcENT WANTED.
A FIRST ( LASS I>SI RA\CE CD.
•fA- in N.« UN. (Dividend# 6e per ct -,L.,1 i,e In
wait of an
Experienced Life Insurance Man,
THE AGENCY AT PITTSBURGH.
with adjoining ix nilet, With an energetic man.
who >vr,i I.l* liißll-anc-. -*l.d .H-w.U- tils Lime
to. , ..iiU-Mian; .c< a-.. wi,i ... Addr.--
•LI K h iNal ka N • • Li AZkn •.■'mu.
JjrtDgm
J ine a.\o hahi.vs;
ISSBRANt E CO. OF NORTH A MERKA
PHILADELPHIA:
Hartford Fire Insurance. Company.
Proleclloij ran scenr-d lr. tue al*oVr uauied
and rtdlanie ( oiu t ,a.m,..
fe‘77.ly X \N aler »treet. (nr stairs . )
ALLEUUEM INSIRAA(E CO.
-Ga UK PITTSitt; HUH.-office. .No. >7 Fifth street
Bank Block.
Insures|agalnst all kinds of Klreaml Marine Risk si
JOHN IKWtN. .In.. UrtHi.l. ni.
lollN i». MU'UKII, Vice I'Ackldrul
« . t«. Do.N N ELI.. Secretary.
C apt. WM. DEAN, (feiieral Agent.
.ion*-*,
C- <». Hwii-t,
Hiwvry Culi«l*.
T. J j Hoaklusoa,
John l. wln. Jr.,
11. L. X&hnestock
WESTERN EVNI HA.X'E CO., OF
I’ITTSBU K<JH.
AI.KJLASiiEH MUICK, President-
WM. T. HfcKBPICT. .^-vreiarr.
(•APT. GK ,, lti«K. NhKLIJ. General Aztsnt-
Office, S 3 'Viler »:rv«?i, hpauag J*Co. - » Ware Poii-c,
Qp tiilrt. i’lt; .n.
Will Itißu'T all kind,of Fire and Marine
Risk:. A nit- Insiltinl'r. maDagr-d by Directf-rs •
who are >• i !i k ih>«»ti to the community, »n*l wbo an I
Urteni.nifi m and 'H—ra’lty, to U-all. J
lain i arte r n hlch they have ajvututd, ag.d
fei in » f.ir W-»t pr-jiecuon Ui those who le*
luauud.
DXBK'.'TOBS.
\j*x. Nttnirk, Andrew Ackley,
K. Miller. Jr. David M. Loan,
Jaiuei MrAuley. Rees J, Tbomu.
Nathaniel Holme*, Chan. J. Clarke,
Alexander Speer, John R. McCone,
Campbell F*. Herron. James P. Hanna.
Vt. RlckcUon,
mv3o WM. F. HERBERT. Secretary.
INNIRL YOUR LIFE L\ THE
r<tahrku i.ak Li fk tsscßanch compa
ny ok HARTFORD, CONN.
IHttuNLY LirK INSURANCE COMPANY l>
AMF-KICA that now makri and pays u>. Annual
CASH DIVJIiKKD on the first and each .irbsrqnem
paymeutoi premium. Its CASH CAPITAL, an ac
ciiuii.laUoti of 4At00, 000. 1» securely Invested in pub
lic stocK* and mortgages of HEAL ESTATE. It D
now in Its iGth yrar of buatne&s, and ha« paid to the
widows am> uunuss of its- mrnjhem ther.m o
ON'K MILLION DOLLARS. To IM4 dale uol a.l u
/lc cnee of 1111trmtIon has ocri.rrcd. an etl<l»-DCt
that liberality ami fair dealing U a specialty w ill
ibis Company.
The policies of this Company are not lorfelted b>
reason of uou-payuicnt of premium alter the second
year. No paymeui* required after ten years, but
policies continue good through Ufe.
urncKJie.
J. C. WAI.KLY. President.
.V a. I'AI.MEU, Vice President.
S.’lL U lilTE.'seerrtary-
Branch oGjcc for U'utern Pennsylvania, where
C ircu.ar* and h’-vnk Applications »'lll bu. CuroWtjed,
OH Piltti atreel, Pltlaborgh.
Agenu wanWd throughout tli« Stale. Apply to
o<i*.ly /. E. (./OODLLL, State Agent.
AMERICA
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Widows and Orphans’ Fund.
.ro. 63 irniiam 8t„ AVtr i'orh
I’itESIDENT-N. D. MORGAN.
.■ECIt TARY-J. \V. BIERWII.L.
R. M. TIXDAA.L. Medical Examiner
IC. T. COOK,
SPECIAL AGENT KOK WESTERN I'A.,
67 Fourth St., Pittsburgh.
AGENTS WANTED.
pENSSYLVA\U WSUIUA’CE CO.
OF PITTSBURGH, PA.
Ofllce.3l FllUb Ktreet,Bank lllook,
Hits i, a Home Company, and lacurea against loss
by \ Ire WALTER. President,
i.t. BOYLE. Vice PrraSJcnt.
ItoUKRT PATRICK, Tretaurer'
HUGH .M'ELHENY. Secretary.
Leonard Walt* r, I George Wilson,
r. i . Hoj le, I Ueo. w. E*ana,
Robert Patrick, J. C. Lappe,
.Inorb Painter. | J. C. Kleiner,
.lonian King, I John Voegtler,
Jan. >l. Hopklun, I A. Ammon.
H. ury Sptoul. I _ JvHf*
pEOPLE’S INSPRANCE CO.
OFFICE, N. K. CORNER WOOD ANDrUTBoTB.
Wm. Phillips,
John Walls.
John K. Parke, j C'harlca Arbuckle,
< > »i>U Ju. John F, Klrkpatrlcki
Wrn. Van Kirk, | Frank 8. Ulstell.
Jam-sD. Vi>ra«r, ' C. Hanson Love,
WM. PHiULH’a, I’resident
JOHN WAIT, Vice X’rcildent
W. r. UARDNEK, Secretary.
JuU;IT Capt. BAMKS UOttlWN. Gen 1 ! AjfU
Quarter isiS perpetual
FRAMLH MS ISBDRAMBCO. OF PHIU9ELEHIA.
Aaneta on Jan. 1. IM4, • • U
Capital
Accrual Premium#.
Invented Premium*. 1)088,283
UnoetUed Claim* 8,4 t&
Income Tor li#U 300,000)
lxt&ee< P»J-» alucolaS# 8,000,000,
I'erptual end Tempo oo liberal terma
Cbas. N. ltascker, Itau Lee,
TbbUa Winner, Edward (J. Dale.
Samuel Orsnt, George Falea.
Jacobß. Bmlth, Allred Filler
Ueorge W. Richard*. Pva'a W. Lewis. M.n
CHARLES N. DANCJtER, PmldenL
KDWARD C. DALE, Vlee Pre*ld£nt
JAH. w. mcaLlibtku, tko'r protjm.
, „ J. U. COVTIX, ASent.
mb29:TF_ Comer Wood and Third aircets.
jgUXIABDS! BILLIARDS 11
DAVXD XI. TTrtT.Ti
uoapectrnur annooncea to hla friend, and the pot?
Uo generally, that he hu JuX opened hi* new end
commodious hii.t.tabu uuoals, CORNnfl or.
LUIKRTY AND BT. CLAIK BTRkKTS, enirenco
from UU Clair. The tables are new, conatrxiee
m.'ip’SJSSin'Sf.'Si'tJS'
SiSfSuf SS«S3u“ I BSSST“SriiS?;.,
08. WORKS. COMPANIES,fee
! i. 1. BCrFfM- .C. A. AC'UW ..W. a. WHITHttA®,
I SOHO OIL WORKS.
MMI,KEIEW&CO,
HA-MT'-ACTUHEIIR OF THJi
I celebrated sn.li.ll LUBRICATOR,
, PETROLEUM UIBRICATIMS OILS.
s l'vrnt. I.ar«l and tV lialcOils,
jMaiHlaui While Burning OU,
j Sin. :13 Sia, kei sireet.'
I • PITTSBURGH, PA.
| PABKEESBUBG LUBBICATIIIG
| Oil Company
j keep constantly on luuitl m supply .of
■ STEADIED
| Natural GuDricatlngj Oil,
(>;*. TO DEKFTfIiNKD Ai THE iCOMFAJIT’B
milddresa
t. H . Corner Third and Market SlBq
WAftUNCi & KING,
StKIUMs ASH BROKERS IS
i’ciroieum and its Products,
PITTSBURCrM, FA.,
rUILAUELI'IiI/v ADDRESS:
WARING, KING & CO.,
myi;:a« I*7 Walnut 8t„ Phlla
OIL nriuuu
WORKS I V TEKPEBIItCEniAE)
MAN* UKACT I.’ llKltis UK I’UKE WTHTa
BURININC OIL,.
TO TAKE
OIL FAGLYEB.
w- are conatrucllDK. md wU keeponhaad,
btrlor etylc of
Willi tlliltK A COMBQit ’I)R IBBtLAii BOW
h c 111 v i • * parties needing engines for this pnrpe*
to call AL MX llu-m, niftier .if I*l K K tn.l irHl RA,
il ltKEli. near 'Ji'.y Yv au.r Works.
I -i A 1 ACh-lN'l’UaH HEMPHILL ft 00.
.•1,700,000.
J^A« iui:' OIL OBKSi’
•i.oi«a,ooo.
WICHTMAN & ANDERSON,
W. 1.. Ji'N E.-. Agt nu
11. r»' k.... Ttii.u. .A. T ac. K FUAD CHAU.
jltfei UHO. & CO.,
r ntADKLfUiA OKFK'E. 137 Walnnt street,
ia>J«:n77
WAKD£i\ & BAXCUELDEB,'
T " UKDKEBS IN
CRUDE AND REFINED PETROLEUM,
VVHALK OIL, KOdJLN, SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
DIB*CTOUf»
John l>. Vc< urd,
George :•.
Chart* ' I lay a,
Capt. ,Vt hi. Dean,
tii I>. Mcti few,
! U. r-t rl 11. DarU.
NUKTU CAROLINA TAR, Ac..
Corner ofDnqneiaeWAjr AHuicoek St*.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Represent WM. u. WARDEN, lnWalnot street,
Philadelphia. mylGtaSS
•v>s. uolmcs jamxs mvrnt
mnis & co^
MANUFACTURERS OP
uIL OF VITRIOL AND AQUA AMMONIA,
O££lco, 15 fit St.,
FOBT PITT FOTJHDBY.
CHARLES MAP NEPHEWS)
MAirLDrACTETBiBo 01
HEAV i OfI»NAI*CE,
AND ALL KINDS uF HEAVY CASTINGS.
special atu-utloti paid to ROLLING MILL WOBSI
BLAST! MACHINERY end RETORTS.
I’.KJ’Aiits attended to promptly.
Aj* heretofore, tbu Us«i materials will always be
used at Ujlb Foundry.
Having <(U|K>tK.d of out old patterns, we are pre
parvd. with N’tw AM) tUFßov mj patterns, con*
..;rncted uuder Ulc euucrv lelou of Air, KjtNEST, 10
'■/.a-' - - NAIL MAcIIIN AS at short uotlco. JyJO
wa. -i Kka joum Allah j»k_ ,J, KMtie.
yALLEY STOVE WOOES.
•
ALLEN, M’KEE & CO.,
Office and Warchoiue 301 Liberty *8 tre»«
opposite SmlthAeld,
Manufactorec a great variety of COOK, PAULOB
and HLaTIaG bTGVEn, amour which are the cel
t-oraud Allegheny nod Monitor Coal Cooking
ouivvs; also, tlio Autocrat and Sentinel, for coal or
•.'ood, aao the unrivalled Star'of the Empire, fOr
>rooti also. Arches, Grates, Fenders. Sugar Hetties,
I *ok irons and Hollow War generally. mtiB
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JJTMA STOVE WORKS.
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATINQ STOVESf
Among which arc the celebrated EUREKA, TROPIC
and TALISMAN (Coal Storr*:) I*o MAN A, ; VST«
it RAN and IKONhiDEB (WoodCooXltlViS?) Also
mao ofae to re . ■■ .
UHATE9, GBATE FBOIVT9, .&c.
Office and Warehouse, corner of Beeoad and Woo
streets, Pittsburgh. Entrance on Becond street.
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OBOGS AND CHEBUGAia
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iUcCLJELLAiYD &. CO, ;
Corner Federal and Lacock Streets,
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Wholesale and Be tad Druggists, .
Ue»t*-ra in Paints,.Oils, Varnishes, Drugs,iDye- -
mull's, Uai on Oil, etc., SUmXntd and I*ateat Men* '
iclne*. Thulr block la large and well selected, end
*U be sold as low as any mmsu m theweaw '
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Pittsburgh WbitbLead Works,
PURE WHITE LEAH, .
• Capt. John L. Rhoads,
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go- <BB Wood Stroat.
|nE BEST
EFFERVESCINC .
CITBATE OF MAGNESIA,;
In Eos. bottlrs.tn tne form of POWDER for’**)*
by all Wholes*!* Druggists. Prepared by . •
H JUITHHU UOGKUS. Ohaalst KT. .
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( 400,000
971,000,
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AGENCY
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Free from all liuporiließ,
Every Barrel Warranted,
JAMES B* TfIOMPSOxV, Agent,
WITH T. H. NEVIN ft CO.
PITTSBURGH, PA.
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O OaUPAKTY,
OF PITTSBURGH. PENNA.
JOHN WATT, President.
ULNKY M. LOMJ, Sec’y and Tre*»’r. ‘
Office, No. 2 Dnquesne Way,
(Near Suspension Bridge.)
Brand— M Lucifer. n
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UctinerM and DealcrN &xi
PETROLEUM.
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COAOIISSION 21EHCHAST1
-VND HKOEKHd IN
PETROLEUM ANO ITS PROOUCTS,
*} Uaucock JSt., Pittsburgh.
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FOUNDRIES.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
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