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PEEM2S-01, GEED & CO,
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1866,
ONION REPUBLICAN• NOMINATIONS
MAJ. ZEN. JOHN W. GEARY .
. OV OUXBICRLA.SD cotrisTY
HON. J. K. MOO •
1141nr17.THEILD ,DISTRICIS :
BON. THOMAS WILLIAMS
SAMUEL H. CUTLET, city
CLLIII 07 COMM
JOUR G. BROWN, Hampton Tr
LLESABIDER TWANDs, City.
GROSSE HAMILTON. City
/OLIN F, Mifflin Tp
JOHN P. GLASS, City.
GEolitGE WILSON, Pitt Tp.
GEORGE T. MALEC, North Fayette Tp
SAJIVEL CHADWICK, COM= Tp.
WILLIAM PETER. Nose Tp.
R. A. COLVELLr., City.
DENIAL OE REPREAENTAT hr.'s
The Conservatives keep up a prodi
clamor about what they arc pleased t i de.
nominate the denial to the people of the
Southern States of representation iu
Congress. In the strong colors of fervid
imagination they represent these people as
meekly knockinct at the National door,
and humbly Imploring the recognition of
their just rights. The portraiture is drawn
with such pathos as to move the sensibili
ties of people who are swayed more by their
feelings than their judgments.
These people are confessedly on the out
side of the dtior, or they would not be plead
ing to get inside. How came they outside?
This question goes to the very marrow of
the case. No man will pretend that they
were thrust out. The utmost claimed is
that by the exercise of the right of free dis
cussion on the part of some of the North
ern people their position, inside was ten
dered uncomfortable. What business had
they to be made uncomfortable by the ex.
cruise of an Undoubted and inestimabit
privilege by some of their fellow citizens
Did they really constitute an aristocratic
class before whom other people were bound
tb sink their rights, and forego the use of
them? Mr. ALEXANDER D. STEMIENS,
of Georgia, is one of those who are
trying to get in. He made a pilgrim
age, recently, all the way to Philadel
phia, to see if something could not be
done to open the door in a way satisfactory
to his pride. J.nst as Mr. Simms:vs was
going out, five years ago, he made a speech
of great celebrity. In it he declared that
neither he nor they who were followinl,
him had any proper reason for going; that
the whole movement was unprovoked—in
violation of law and right. Ile told the
simple truth_ The stampede was demo
cratic, and was executed with such momen
tum that it swept along unwillingly most I
of the Southern people who were not dem
ocrats. All the willows were certainly
bowed. Only the gnarled and giant oaks
stood erect, What had the democratic
party to complain of? For fifty years it
bad dominated in the national councils.
At no time, in that long period, had all
three of the co-ordinate branches of the
government been against it: Seldom had
it lost the President or both branches of
Congress. The laws, as they stood on the
statute books, were written there by demo
crats. The policy of the nation, for good
or evil, was steadily a democratic policy.
Whatever was well done the democrats
were mainly entitled to credit for, and w hut
ever-was done badly they were mainly cen
surable for. The party of the minority
bad only exercised a restraining and mod
ifying influence, powerful indeed, but not
substantive. If the South was wronged
through the action of the government, it
was wronged by the Democrats. But it
was.not wronged. The grievance of the
Southern Democrats was that they could
not domineer over. the thoughts, and opin
ions, and utterances of Northern men.
Ito quickening sensitiveness of Northern
consciences to the crime and shame of sla
very was held to bean abomination. When
the Republicans beat the Democrats at a
Presidential election, the unpardonable sin
was committed. The Democrats had come,
in the arrogance of continued success, to
feel that the government belonged to them
by prescription, and that their opponents,
so far as related to political affairs, were
only hewers of wood and drawers of wa
ter. Hence, they held defeat to be humili
alien. The Southern section rushed out
of the door, slamming it behind them.
The Northern section wanted to go, but as
they bad none of the State governments in
their power, they failed to find a way out.
Nor 'bur long and dreary years the section
that was out, battered away at the door,
the windows, and the walls, trying to de
molish the whole superstructure. The sec
tion that was in, hindered the defence in
all possible ways- So intense was their rage
they wore willing to run the risk of being
crushed by falling beams, and roofs, and
walls, if they could only bring on a general
Over In the Western Penitentiary are a
crowd of men who have so managed as to
got outside the pale of political society.
They are denied representation in Con
gress, and participation, in all other ways,
in the affairs of government. They are
ready to "accept the situation;" and in as
good faith as Mr. EITEVIIE.NS Sad his set.
Why do not the Conservatives bewail the
harelips to which these culprits are ex
posed? Why do they not get ups National
Convention, and promulgate a Platform of
Political Orthodoxy applicable to their
case? It is easy to see that slight modifi
cations in expression would adapt the Phil
- ndelphia resolutions to this purpose. Why
Perhaps sotto conservative will meet us
herewith a stern rebuke for comparing the
Southern rebels to common criminals.
This exception , may bo well taken; but if
another question will come up,
which Is, to whom shall apology he made
thirebels or the convicts?
We do not discourse this way for love of
badinage. Did not illstDrlEW Jornisoa,
President of the United States; declare
that "'Treason lathe highest crime known
to the laws? Surely that man ought to be
good- authority with .tho Conservatives.
Brit, if AcO r
.are not willing to allow weight
•to anything-110 uttered before his great
,air,ll;.-let them open the statute .books
ofahai;nailau, and see what is written on
is bigOr thanfioiao thief,
counterfeiter, or -b Western
Penitentiary. la the judgment of these.
books true or false? Is en act ;any the less
a crime because many are cO r neerned in it?
Surely it is time to come back to elemen
tary principles, and in the light of them
regulate our course.
The demand la reasonable that crimes
shall not be condoned except npon satis
factory evidence of penitence. We are cou
tent that all crimes shall be forgiven on
iasis. Once satisfy us that any crimin
al in the Penitentiary had heartily repent
ed of his faults, not because of the punish
meat to which it subjected him, but because
it was in itself an - evil and an abominable
thing, and we would open hit prison doors
and let him go free, if the high prerogative
of pardon pertained to us. In like manner
would we deal with rebels. Most of the
conservatives virtually maintain that trea
son is no crime, and, hence, entails no pen
alties and works no forfeiture. With such
we do not stop to reason. Some of them,
however, profess that the rebels have re
pented, and so ought to be taken back into
fellowship. If they believe the repentance
genuine, then they ought to act according
ly. But, we do not so believe. The evi
deno3 before us does not work any such
conviction. Shall we be concluded by
those in whose verdict we do not agree?
The mass of the men who stood by the Gov
ernment in Its greatest peril do not see suf
ficient evidence of genuine repentance.
Shall they be overborne by rebels and sym
pathisers with such? Surely, it remains
the rule of justice and safety that the loyal
men of the nation shall control its destinies.
TUE BLEICTIONEEIUNG TOUR
President JOHNSON, accompanied by
some members of his Cabinet, together
with Gen. GRANT, Admiral FAUUAGUT and
others, set out on Tuesday morning, osten
sibly to go to Chicago to be present at the
laying of the corner stone of the monu
mont in honor of the Into Hon. STErGEN
A. DOUGLAS. IL was perfectly proper
that the President of the United States
should have been invited to he present on
that occasion, and it was equally proper
that he should accept the invitation. So
far all is right enough, and It is all right
that the chief commanders of the army and
the navy should accompany him on such a
mission, and unite with him in doing honor
to the memory of a departed statesman.
But that such a pilgrimage should be
unto(' into an electioneering tour; that the
. . . .. _
high and distinguished character and de
portment which the incumbent of that cx•
aped office ought to maintain in the pres
ence of his countrymen of all parties and
opinions should be laid aside, and those of
the partisan and demagogue assumed, is a
spectacle calculated to sicken and disgust
all right-minded men, be their opinions
what they may. His conduct has been such,
even on the first evening of his excursion,
as to render it impossible for men who
have any self-respect to pay those honors
to the chief magistrate of the Republic, in
his person, which they have ever been at,
costumed to pay. Look at the report of
his reception in Philadelphia. A crowd
gathered in Chestnut street, in t'rout of the
Continental,. attracted, doubtless, by vari
ons motives and feelings— many really de
sirou.s, it may be, of doing honor to their
country in the person of him who happen
ed, for the time being, to be its chief. It
was evident that they did not expect a
speech. They did not, so fax as the ac
count goes, call for one. Very likely the
majority did not want one, or if they did,
they felt that it would be grossly indelicate
to make him a stump orator on such au oc
casion, and on such a mission. But as the
telegraph informs us, "the crowd, perceiv
ing that the President was about to address
them, surged to and fro, a nil moved closer,
if possible, to the hotel." He was charg
ed with a speech and must let it off. The
opportunity was too good to be I4L And
such a speech! The President was forgot.
ten; STE:MIEN A.. DOUGLAS was forgotten ;
all was forgotten but ANDREW JOIUNsoN
and "my policy': and my party. It was
from first to last simply the outgiving of a
partisan and a demagogue—an appeal to
the baser passions of his auditors, interlar
ded with studied-insults to better men than
We have said that ANDREW Jounsoa, by
his course, has rendered it impossible for
the people to show those honors to their
Chief Magistrate. in his person, which they
have ever been accustomed to pay, irre
spective of party; and hence our City
Councils did right iu refusing to pay him
,any civic honors should he see proper to
pass this way. They knew the man.
They knew that if he came here he would
be very likely to insult the majority of our
citizens, for he seems to have no idea of
the common proprieties and decencies of
life, much less of the dignity of the high
station which ho unfortunately occupies.
One poor comfort may be drawn from
all this, and that is, that a man so blatant,
so destitute of ordinary discretion, is not
Cory dangerous ; and that conduct so out
rageous will prevent him from getting a
strong hold upon the hearts of any but the
coarsest, the vilest, and the most disloyal
of the people.
—]luny of our readers will remember
the great meteoric shower of November,
1833, which was visible through North
America. These meteoric showers are
t a u id n iyg astronomers
s t o o f
b a e b o p t r t i h od ir ic y a -t hrreee
years. Professor Newton, of Yale Col
lege, who has - devoted much time to the
investigaticm of tin!, subject, states that a
similar phenomenon will probably occur
about the 13th or 14th of November next,
and so confident are astronomers that it
will then appear, that extensive prepara
tions are being made by scientific me. in
Europe to observe it. But thirteen ap
pearances of meteoric showers are recorded
since the year 803.
—The work of rebuilding the city of
Charleston engages the attention of her au•
thorities and citizens. The scheme pro
posed mintemplatea.the issue of seven per
cent. coupon bonds, guaranteed by the
city, to the amount of two millions of dol
lars, to owners of lots who desire to build,
in such sums as shall be most effectual in
affording them aid within specified limits.
It restrains the borrower from the erection
of buildings of wood, and provides that no
building less than two stories high shall be
—A dispatch from Chicago states that
the Masonic Fraternity allege' that Presi
dent Johnson should not lay the corner
stone of the Douglas monument. Being
exclusively a Masonic affair, they say it
should be done by a Grand Master, and
suggest Mr. J. R. Gorin. If ho is allowed
the honor they refuse to participate in the
—The devoted parents of a Columbus,
Ohio, young lady, furnished her with a
splendid wardrobe for a trip to Now York,
in order to save her from the addresses of
an objectionable young man. Miss pack
ed up the dresses, and afterwards packed
off with the young man who had been pay
ing the addresses.
—"Exrnastes mum," said some one to
Gen. Butler, alluding to the fraternization
of Gov. Orr and Gen. Couch -in the Phila
delphia Convention. "Yes," replied Gen.
Butter, "and so they do when a dog bites
his own tail—but both extremes belong to
the same dog."
_-General Rosecmns has been appointed
to the charge (with substantial interest) of
s ome very :rich and valuable quartz veins.
in Mariposa comity, California, and he is
busy , making preparations to work them.
thy amochOes are men of large means.
Thu nitp domicil of rortland has voted
lo 'pay 4100,000,f0r, thii,laadlyounded by
Conress , /Vale -Fidezik and Tianklin
atreeta, - to be lebl out 03 , a Pt& Kuala.
IiEHERAL X 16Wa.
—Squirtel suppers ale rife in Concord. I
—Ninety distilleries have lately been
closed - in Philadelphia for manufncturing
whisky without license.
—3lilwankie is a right smart place. It
has 55,040 inhabitants, and received
042,1V0 bushels of wheat last year.
—A young3lichigander has eloped with
his step-mother and eight hundred dollars
in greenbacks. She was a Michi-goose.
—A joint stock uilding company, hav
ing n capital of two million of dollars, has
been incorporated and started at Chicago.
—The French wine and brandy dealers
are in great ec.tacies at the deficit in the
German wine crop. They think 2,800,000
hectolitres will be wanting.
—The manufacture of potteryware in
England now employs 110,000 persons, the
product of whose industry finds Its way to
all portions of the habitable globe.
—The New haven, Connecticut, Cour
ier announces that olonel W. M. Grosve
nor, late editor of that paper is to assume
the chief editorship of the Saint Louis Dem
—One of the nurses in the London chol
era hospital, when asked why it was that
they did not take the disease, said: "We
have no time to Patch It, and Nee give it no
time to catch us."
—Baron James de Rothschild is about
to give a theatrical entertainment at his
Chateau de Furriers, for the purpose of
bringing out a comedy, written by himself,
called 'Baron et Financier."
—Charles F. Wilstach, the new mayor of
Cincinnati, is a practical book binder, and
is now a partner in a large publishing
house of that city. He was at one time
Colonel of the 47th Ohio Infantry.
—A. rumor was in circulation in Chicago
that the Crosby Opera House scheme was a
failure. It is said that their receipts thus
far had been but $50,000, while the expen
ses had been treble this amount. Bow arc
M,,rrieou, the discoveret of
the source of the 'Mississippi, died recently,
at one of his resideattes Cu ltlorrisou's
laud, between Sorel and lierthier, in tts
eighty-second year of his age. lie discos
cred Lake limes in Isl 2.
TO CONSCOPTIVES.—The ad.
veinier , having be , n re rtored to he• in to a evr
weeks, by a very simple retavd, after hat Ina of
fered several years with a ..acre lung ancetion,
and that dread .111 case, Uontotoptlon. lean • loos to
Male known to te, feno..tulTerers the mean of
to all who des!, It. he will sent a copy of
the InvaortptlOn 1164,1 I e t charge.) with the di
rects°. fur preparing and u•lng the .utme. which
they .10 dud a tech YOH
) l ilt Ctint•LllPT •l,
Arro.ll/.. HILONCIIITI, be lb.) only object
advertiser tri swotting the ins cription Is tu heat
the mallet... and spread Infurmation which lir rep.
celves to he nn
tad he hopes ev.ry •“tr ,
.111 try hts remedy, a. it trlll cost them nothlog.
and may prove a Pleasing. Parties wishing )
presertPtiou will please addreass
Nor. El/W Atilt A. WII-nt.N.
Williamsburg, Rings Count), es. ori).
r...3.—Th0 above nat. pr.:Frlpttou, Prep..
v orart: a e:l d oV.I tsVg.l ' Tr DTI IT)) gl, y l ' s o r r u a 7 1 .4, at b'
Market street, sole agent for the city of 1 - 1 t t•Ptsd g h
and Western renasT ll ant.. ant ...Fes
itch! Itch!! Scratch! Scratch!!
11W AYR OINTSIKNT curve Itch In from 12
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"ITCLI" Dr. Sloooler4 Ointment. ••T Elt •
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all Ski. 11l.rowc-.
Treparvd oull 1,, Or. ISW AVNY. SON . 1 . 1,11
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WM. It !NU 11,131, „h., Adams grpresJ optee,
31 6k/0 Btrvel., i 4 aubturtsed yelu rcertve
Advcrltsenu - nta for the 0 ;AiliiTTE, and 0//1 other
paircr• [hroughottl the Co.tfort Moles imlf
SOLDIERS IND SIM
A MEETING OF THE FIONORA
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
OY ALL/A:OEN CO UNT
On Friday Evening, Aug. 3ls
For lb. I.orpox of loro, gab. , too f
"BOYS IN BLUE.'
A GIN ARAt. ATTEN I, A? r
TUE REPUBLICANS O}• TUE
Win 17111 . tl at the W A HI) BelpHH• I
oo THUIC HD Iock.AY EVIL NINO. A.
oc tor the purpose of
1101 FOR PUILADELFHIA
Republicans of Allegheny County,
Who will attend the PH ILADELFIIIA CONY EN
TION OF nEVTEIIIIEtt 3n. are rsnuested to est
at U lON 1-IF.A.DieIAitTERS, CITY HALL to: th.
with. and ENROLL THEIR NAVES.
Arrangements will be made for Sten
JOHN W. LUDDELI.
Chamonn of County Commlit
Do you wish to secure a Building Lot, pleasantly
situated at the Yorks of the road In the Borough of
Lawrenceville, and the most Judgeable Lots now In
the maraca They front ou thel'lke and on Liberty
streets, and loin tee property of Thomas Howard,
Ir.eq., and will be dispoesd of on ittbiral Wrens.
Apply at the Real Eatee and Insura a
BAT nce °Mee of
A MEEITNG OF TUE UNION DEA
PIJULIVN VOTEII2 will too hold at NEW
TEE AS, on TIIIIIINDAI EVENINK, August Situ.
The tio.eting will me addressed hY
Hon. J. K. HOORILKAD.
It. B. C AIiNNUAN,
And outer,. By order of tea CoMmillec. auEnla
PIIVOIt'S SCIENTIFIC AND COM
mr.uciAL ACADEMY, Federal st.reyt, Alle
gheny City, seco story Allegheny Sayings Bang
wlll whe n n d
MONDAY, NEM. an, Isoo.
Da? ticssion opens at is A it. ' oigitt Session aloe''
r. it, Also lu the afternoon from 2to 4
I will glee especial attention to Double utry Book
Keeping, Commercial Arithmetic, and all the es
sentials connected witha
Tuition moderate, and Pahl on entering.
sotin:l43 J. M. PRIOR., Principal.
PkOMIIDEIIS WANTED. —Three
BLEEPING ROOMS, WITH BOARDING.
Can be obtained Ins comfortable house, shoat
a very heartburn,' and pleasant be labbortiomi
quire at corner of Duquesne Way and
111.1 VOL. not
WANTED -A GOOD MAN IN EIV-
EltY COUNTY, as FAUTNER In selling
NEW AdTICLE OUKAT VALUE. Will fur
nlaM capital auy good nu of tact. Must
trwre , part of the time. Will pay $2 per d•y and •
large sommlsedou besides. New terms to agents.
J. C. TILTON,
MISS ANNA M. SHEIB,
Teacher of-- Vocal Music.
C. C. .MIELI.OII $ Co.'s,
..30:181 _ 81 'WOOD STREET
'FRE FIRST QUARTER OF THE
BAY. n. 0. NACCIIOBS,
SewlekleT. Allegheny Co., 10.
I! ECM ZI
A CUANCE TO !CAKE MONEY ON
Ln. MALL CA. 11241..- 1 will .ca uty
Horse Power Hag Press, •
At tam Coat of hay, 11140 Cost
of hating, Pauper ton IrrelgAt, law too,.
aellog paled, .to,Ooperrrolth .0 per ton.
Can bale ill to else% tow yet day. Paquin Of
JEKART.RAIL . Ja.,_
D VEINED CASSON bbb..
+Attar sae by /SiLLB inCEST & CO.,
at. , :f/11 19 .171 1 8:4 1 413: :4‘`,1.134
Jai ;: T. BEAM &
(Successore to S. Jones A 00..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Ste,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
DILALLII6 IX ALL XIXDB OF
Gold; Silver and Coupons.
COLLECTIONS made on ell aCcesslbla point.. In
the Mated BMW and Cansdac
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
LUCIE AND ELENDEBSON
Saturday Evening, Sept. 130466
SRS TUEATItE 11AB BEEN A_LTEHMI), DE
"I\OIY NENARtannt i fnit l iu3' w
TAKEN OUT TO as/LEA ROOM for •
NEW FAMILY CIRCLE,
Whleh the manager feels enultdent wUI meet the
t ,p irlTo '" tootgrrfo"r"i!llVrreokfi,VT bar NPl7.r.
NEIN DROP CURTAIN,
New I:leaner!, by A. Palmer and wist.t.s•
New Bin ge , by C. Crosby and assistant&
Fainting and Deconitiosas by Mr.:Garland and assts
New Gas Fixtures, by Kobne a CO.
New Upholstering. by Gerber and Met.
Theatre Front Faloti ..... .. ~,Dowel &CO.
New Fatally Circle, byng. by
Becket .d assistants.
This great and extensive alterations hare .....
SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS.
get has engaged one of the
lEtzierr a clonerx.42.l%Txrais
That has dr appeared In the rlttahurgh Theatt
ALL THE BERT STARS,
Such es are well known to the roadie, will app
In rapid turueaslou.
PRICES OF ADMISSION
' •• • • • •• •
A i'nnieut and suitable position In the ritinti7
has been i•r-vldnil for toe seeonimioilolion Of
°toned persou•. ouNnbil
CADEMY OF MISIC
N 1115.7 LL. I.OLLEF:
Temple of Amusement
SEPTEMBER lA, 1566
wiru A KVIP lENT
Uriuna tic Col Itpany,
BESI IHEATRES IN THE COUNTRY
13 111 appear iu rapid n11(1'4'10401
HATS, CAPS Als11) FURS,
Wholesale and Retail.
M'CORD & CO.,
181 WOOD STREET,
rite special attantlou to their large stook or
Hata, &c., &c., for Tall Sales,
.4111 ‘nd .-ornotrie — evary •ariety to snit al:
. Aloe FURS of ovary description to salt tilt
O RPHANS' COUBT BALE.-117
,Irtua of se order or the Orphans' Court of Al
legheov county. I tell! expose to Public MM.. at the
( out t in the Cttr of Pittsburgh. on
MATURDAT. THE 22P DAT or sYI7.. 1%60,
At in o'clock a. Id., all the sight. title and Interest
of William rte. art. Little 11. Stewart. Robert I.
ews, and :salmi:wt. A ntelvall, minor children of
Itetwer. htele on, of, ha and to the COAL underlying
twentyacres of • certain tenet or pieta of land situ
ate In Baldwin toweslith, Allegheny county, con
taining •d•treil and 33 perches, hounded by
ticcor toadlit, David Wilson M a the
Bennett and snares. esitt T bola,
that part of sold Coal Istria adlaceut to the property
f Ilartln firings. and fronting on the Brownsville
Bead. The Interest of sold minors thrinebk.breleg
four-flfths of the whole.
Tell,. of sale, cacti, par funds.
sa3o 1 9-.lrl , T. 11. HAMILTON, Ilnydlact.
Lots on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Lots on Soho Street,
Lots on Gazzam Street,
Six Acres in Reserve Township,
13 Lots on Monongahela River,
near Lock No. 1,
M'MASTER, IMAM & BUTTERFIELD,
OM t•LLANT ISTEMICT. ritterobrgb..
87 , 000 TO $lO,OOO WANTED
5; Fourth pt., ilk° .
none s GIS
4IV uperior. tines!. clods
Table Knives, Ivory and Born Carvers
Or riC6 Or Tilirgi A Y . lll4.l4l l. ll 6. itiaii, I I
LETTIPO. -- Tho stileallenY Valley Railroad
Company will receive propouile .t their odic., on
rite street, in the City of Pittsburgh, op to 6
o'clue.k, r. L. of TUIGSDAYA September 1116th, for
the Graduation, .111asonry. sed Vet re
quired no about forty-ftve mile sections of road ex
torth nortimmr. l from lirody Ili Bend.
Mope, prolites, pious and specillcatious of th e
Work will be ready for exhibition by the 101 11 Of
TM: 1100 is marked on the ground .ualclent for el
arelnatlon by contractors, though not yet complete
l7 run in.
Any further informal'on In regard to the work,
.en be had on application, in perloon or by letter, to
the eubscrlber. F. WHititiT,
00.011 0 Chic' Eneineer.
Orrice YltlLNre Ort, Cow Pawl % I
PIIILADILPIIIA. Atm 27th, teen.
THEkholdere ANNUAL NEETING ofPAN the
hc or the PHILLIP'S OIL 00i1Y
will be hold at their ofilee. No. 303 Walnut street,
Philadelphia. on TUESDAY, September
elect 410, WM, •
aI in coolock, le., for the parrot , of ing
Board of Direct.. to none for the (meninx yew*,
and for pooh other hoeing , . aa [day be neeeteali.
4027;124 WM. I. lIALOULL rieeretn/Y.
rill 111 .1 .1 ittli oasgalllceut
W 111 opon on or .4out
SEE lITIRE BILLS.
Strictly First-Class Mortgage,
ON CITY PROPERTY.
S. S. BRYAN,
Hooker In Stone. and Real IC
PEN AND POCKET CUTLERY,
Every ntyle and Walt
to Ikndles• variety, for We by
1i1471i/I. N. 413,4311-171Elra,
Agent for the littsburgh Cutlery Company.
Jrirs. 67 and 69 Fifth Sired,
Orrice or CosTuoLudn or AuLionanT
rrrrsnonou, August Zan, WM.
SIX PER CENT.
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY BONDS
Or ALLEORENT COUNTY, wanted at highoet
atead..ndwT . HERBY LAMBERT, Controller.
OIT OF ALLEURENY, PA., . I
Tau/omen's Orrlcilt , August 911.41. IDm, j
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re-
IexSI.4IOOeM.QmIactIPWCIPALL 13 1 1 A of Id d
city. of tempo maturing t o IMO, WI. smi VOL
Bids to h warted •Proposahs for htunletpal
U $7 order of the Canttnlttee on Finance.
VILESII PINE APPLES-43 bblfi.
For preserving, jail recelyedand for solo
• Nos. 124 and 124 Wood Its tut
l ong) BUIL QED WINTERWHEAV
us- , :ow Oneida 'Wane Na Infer Wboau
1,600 Inab .. 410'
ion 44 prime Old* 01 1 / 4 4
In stein and do antra for sale 1 7 __.,.....1 .
an: 1 . LUTO/10, 1 04 1 6 micaziazur /.C O.
CIDER-40 Obis. two , years old
Cider, sulfa:4ler in.re Auld for
side or (NM thAlsa Masi COI
p,l w ei :4 I :45.1
Life Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK
FREDERICK S. WINSTON, Prea't.
.doe. 144 and 146 Broadway,
CURLIER LIBZILTY STREET
all ASSETS AUGUR tst, 1866, 0111 $16,000,000
Cub Assets, Feb. Ist, 16x8 .........454,8143,2711 BF
income for dual year, ail cash—. 4,000,000 00
Inoreue In net rash assets for year 2,312.030 II
Dividend of Orsi 2,073,3.4 SS
Undivided Surplus, .... 1,200,000 00
RICIEiARD A. 111'CUIWY, Vlce-Prestdetit
ACTILIti, ISILECPARD 11011A101
Annual Dividends available Immediately.
To Increase the Insurance or reduce the
Premium, at the option of the ;Lb.-tired.
GEO. M. BLACESTOCK, Agen
311 Fifth St., Pittsburgh.
an= t= TTS
In Charge of the Sisters of Mercy,
VOIR TUE TREATMENT OF' ALL
DISEASES requiring medical or .nrgle . al al.l.
All classes of patients admitted. Irreilivetlye ol
creed or noiOr• Clergymen of all .froutnins lions
pormitted to 'nil patirots or their own rrecil. l'a-
Mots too poor to pay ate• aduiltted rrci , of rua , er.
oo applicat i on to any or attruilln g ••
All regolsr p..,
Dents to prlrato otut may bar, .11 charge o.
ompemilt nursers, combined with the personal
attention 01 the slater*. goalies this institution
pert," to du) In the titate tor them antic ed with
dims.. (Me play Melon and surgsou In doily at-
kludirat staff mid mouths of dolly •tteodance:
D. Meg EAU, Jo., ,l ai ki Lt., j:so Grant stray
W rlfilt.Z o .r..} : r:l ' .lrlFlrii J 7 " Ni. [J.. (t'4 slmllbdulll
"Ut/tf‘t 15A Thlrd Asset.
July. August •rut Aepts•mber.
B. J. LiaItIPAKL.L, at. t).,
usry, Yehruarrd alar . eh.
Mt. E. DONN an ELLll,comsat ult. th sod u
..... is,Ftsraeon. IA dully •ttelld•lWe.
onser of liarbiry Street and Duquesne
Sash Doors, Blinds and illouldings
MADE TO Oltl , Eit. Untinist.4l work is put In a
dry howe wwl 0 nta10...1 when takrn out. Pal toga.
Flooring, Westbor Ito:rding 1.41.11. nod Shlogh ,
conataul..7 on hand. Sawing, rc-usw.tog and :scroll
ban lug done with Alapalcb. 1,4,t, ofall bode
made to onto, w J.ts JOHN HEATH.
Fruit Cans, Glass and Earthen Jars,
Of every description, •od grkvonfvettirrr of
Tin Fruit Cans_
Office, 189 WOOD STREET,
(AT PI XVINU • R If rr 14-ronz..)
11104,7 A VITTNLVIEGII.
SZPERIORTeIIED OAK T ANNED, PAT
ANT bTIIT. AN IDVETEt ,
LEATRER BELTINE: AAD HOSE,
Itarmfractureal al He. rrg tAbIITHFIELD by
11.0a1TLE. Y. PHELPS & CO.
Mee, Agent/ for New York Rubber Bo
,e 7 3
ttm. 13 elt iffg.
LIM% ill.riam o
n 7 11r,CV1=1. ° 6 „,,, n.
RIVETS and EL BELT HO 06b, riO. l Irs•cen
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
MOREAU & MITCHELL,
Nos. 425 & 427 Liberty Street.
The very best Ill)61414,S. Cd.ll.ll.lAli K
OMS and BUG
kept for hire all time. . Ti.. finest
IlEA.Brires la the city. runcrals. Ac.. attended
to on short notice to the best manne.
Persona wishing to engage .. , 7 1 b , 0F in Our line
can rely upon being turned out In tbe best style. as
the proprietor* glee mete personal attention to the
er• it. 0001-11.... W. 0•111t•UD.
poorr MALT 1101UES.
W. H. GARRAIO & CO.,
Halsters, Grain & Hop Dealers,
Na. II 'Water 8 1 and
Nos. 5 and I Pens Street,
! hl "''tg'T R fi ' ‘ji lir
Ufar. Ik6,Ci LV%e regte
STEPHEN M. OTT,
Die Sinker, Seal and Medal Engraver,
SUM, BEAM LID MR WIER CM,
SUPERIOR %RAT, PRESSES,
Cancelling Stamps' and %Wang Cards,
Also, MATES Iroll MAIMING CLOTIIIAiII.
93 Wood St., Cor. Diamond Alley,
(•LLOYS DAVIN' DOOM 6T06.5.)
OMNIBUS AND LIVERY STABLE,
XO. 410 Penn Sired.
JAMES K. DAIN, Proprietor,
Air Omnibuses and carriages f n .label for .1
trains. Also, Carriagas for Toners:s, Weddlna
Parties, at abort notice and reasonable rotas.
Stable Open Day and Night.
)73.401 . ,11.1)
ALLEGDENY COUNTY, as.
IN THE CUUUT Or COMMON
In the matter of the petition of the .ETNA OIL
AN IJ MIN tNU COB/PA rod.rayin that twill Cur
puration MAI dlcdo No. dCd. December
And now, to mit: Aeguct I ttit, account ez-
Whited and Pied, and thn Court direct that the
Prothonotary give notice thereof by publication In
the ltArrry. once sweet fur four successich weeks,
•n.I that bald account *III .110./ awl routirto
bowelAY Or etYPTEIDIEII, bed, unless
caw. he s to the contrat y.
your me Itscoun.
_nul6lll44:Tii JAIJOIS 11. WALTER, I'ruW'T.
Ccnient, Pitch, Felt, Parafline
rarttialt and Black Paint,
blanutlictured and *old s+ cheapany other house
In the country, by PAGE as
.1/16466 111 , smith Wharf. Italtinioro.
THE CELEBRATED STEEL
TOOTH HAY HAKES. "Prelate Bird"awl
°lkleadow Lwrit•• are manufactured only at the
DUQUESNE WOillitt, near the Penitentiary, All,
Rotts, spring and Clain Wag. Pita.
rows And Cruel a ut every iityld. made of the best
material, at short notice, and warranted.
hali to COLUMBUS C01.F.111 A N.
UIGLIT SECOND-BANJO PIANOS.
1 Rosewood, round corners, ••Knabe A Co. •s .,
make. rialto, very little seed. new. Crier $l3O, for
sre. One 7 octave richly carved Piano Porta, over
strung ban, lour round corners. $223. One 11 six
octave rosewood, F. Blume" make Plano, with
Pollan attachment and Iron frame. $l5O. One 6 k rae-
Cave rosewood Iron ramerlano, One roe $l7O,
Vir"Ar"tlrr ril,rlttl flntree
Prepares IMPLICIT DELA.Y. rig i :Wrx.ct
LIATIONS for al kladnolf Build p.
tends their erantlon, on lesson c cM "P`r
.. Unt a Leboin.AN.D.meuEßBo,Zikklalleultiikrytwunnoonnock
IVA nuns, BELL & CO.,
Anchor Cotton Mils, Pittsburgh,
ANCIHOR (A) SHILICTINOB,
ANCHOR (B) BHICATINID o A
ANGUOIL (U) bILEETINUIA
And BATTInild. myin:am
OEM W. PETTY,
KEW. EST4TE JIGEXT,
No. 13 IST. CLAM STREET
Bonds awl flortgages bought and sold. colic
lons promptly mods on reosousblo term. sub
MARBLE DE 'ORATIONS,
Of fitautlfttl detigni,
, Joey IL HUGHES LIMO, =Martel et.
tr barrels prlitui /one, lisPotitt.ots put ream
tua for -
aucaa a SHEPARD.
ISO Mat, sUed.
A Large Stock at
BATES & BELL'S,
ELEVENTH ANNUAL FAIR
Ohio and frest
I.'l'l"r 3E317.1 . 1.‘3 1,- ,
September IS, 19,20 and 21,'66
On tilt. ktlt,
THE IRON CIT PARK
Premlncni amounting totearly SI 000 will he
elletrlhnte4l. ntr :111., met ts "r• toll
Cilmie for tin .11. play' 1 Mt 4.12001e0 Improve , ents.
Vine Arts. D.anreatcl ir•nn
llorticollural Implement, non.. rlowela end
Vegctal.l..., r been, tlw
try. 'rile ii
graulnit IViii 0111.11061 p tie g 1,1 ir
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday.
PRICES OF ADMIINNION
Single ticket, admitting one person 25 cents.
Children under twelve years 10 rents.
Horan sod rider.. SO cents.
Hussy and one person '5O cents.
Two horse vehicle and odour 75 cents.
All eshlbliors will he entitled to a ticket of Tree
adnalasion during the Fair.
Atonic arrangement. have horn made fo, the sup
ply of oca. Po- Cr for inaehincry. Ac.
An addre n ss on
delivered during the Vale by t'..lohel 0.
ARKIS, Editor of the Idth. Flo, J•a•r.
COMPETITION BEYOND THE STATE.
The Society males the nod of rosnrctition Co
tensive with the United States and cordially In
vites the eltieens therein to Compe'e for tot prlzv..
TULE 11011thiE CIRCLE
Will he. opened to Lade E.olestrians ED!: KC
-1) AT, Tiltil i antl 0.11,AY AYTER:7I.IONS,
at 0 . elo.•It.
nod.rfrr A g‘to.t 917th, an office will be open
ed a , FH FAA'S, PAM( ,•0.0 po,
10 Pt. Clair street. for the purpose of receiving ou
t: and •ale of lleketa.
Straw will tu.
turaislool gratis for all animals entered for weltlld •
thoue and ' grain .111 he provided at the lowest cash
prices the ht Loiters who may desire to purchase.
Per any Information relative to the }air, addrees
01C Ctirrebloondln ,
.1. , 11N K. I'ARK K. l'renittent.
J sue , S. 1....;1.6.0.
'orresponding Secretary. strM,looo,7sT
101110" atrert. J
Tit'. EN V ELOPEIB,
11..n104 and lentorauthal,
Tim.. 41k4 ilooLs
Fan, I -
It tlcs. ,a,ture and made 10 Unirr
Station - : Esrr I)escription,
MY L.R :,4-30YER &
J. D. RAMALEY,
XEW YORK SLIAIIFACTIIRE,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
r ItIZE , MEDAL And
RemOmtwr Um NEW IlttlN FRONT. opt.;
J. D. RAMALEY,
334 Liberty Street,
lllvaler In all lin& of
lEtionttio and Shoe
Alaraya on hand a large tad •arled assort rent
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
CUSTOM MADE SHOES AND GAITERS,
And at Lower Prices than Down Town
Remember thr YOUR LARUE WIN VOWS, opym.
to NV gybe &Reel. Je27:o42vrtb
J. D. RAMALEY,
hand and at the Lowest PrICOM
Look not for ho FOUR LARUE WINDOWS. op
palate Wayne • tr,eL leis ma:l.es
MOINE Ts, TOMB STONES,
TAT r.l it
1 liA FINE
BARKER & HASELTINE,
No. 12 Fifth Street, Second Story,
..... r?t^i'~:. .
- .t,.PS 71ZA
21 FIFTH STEUCET.
li ti 11.1 ith
s ?II Street
336 Liberty Street,
Uf tUe finest Now York klanulkcturv,
334 Liberty Street,
And Pealer In nil kinds 01
13.,9,1"E3 I\M4 2CI 40.11-1.• Eli
FOR KEN, BOIS BD CIIIMEN
The Newest Styles always on
On hand and for sale
ta ram Blreet, L'lttabargha
OVER 11. RICHARDSON 8 CO.'S
Pictures and Frames of all kinds,
MOULDINGS, &c., &c.
A tall *Leak ionataallt UAL
CABS , CLIUB lingn•
I oar Oat%
log sale by
MOANS 4 AIMS&
* -, 'f 4 .N1:' , , , :.•fg , ,v , ..-‘.7-.-
54 Wood St., Pittsburgh.
Black Tabby Velvets,
Italian Cloths, (Six.
Terms, - - - Net Cash
MI School Boys and Girls want Them
408.T_al , eel BEE TSEM
FOE SALE El
JOHN P. HUNT & CO.,
59 Finn St., Masonic Hall.
"1111LITi, C. w
MILLER & RICKETSON
AN J LUPO IiTERS 01
BRANDIES, WINES &ND CIGARS
Nos. 221 and 223,
Corner of Liberty and Irwin Streets
RON NAILS, COTTON YARNS, &C
Constantly on Band•
DAYT McABOY & SPAN(
IRON CITY ME WORKS.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
Nos. 45 Wood and 102 and 104 Third St,
IMPORTEIIS OF AND DEALERS IN
Saddlery Hardware and :Trimming
S❑G Manufacturers of all rartntles of;
Superior Wood and Iron Haines,
Wrought Post nits, Ring Blts, Snaffles., Brandoons.
Wheel hits, Mullen Blu. ate., ac. tomb also on
band a full andcomplete assortment of goods In
their line. all of which they offer at so fair
trade EAST OIL WES are . nd on as good terms as offered by anmylehy hous b e
/1( IRTU OF A WRIT OF
m , rend V tlfeel arpon E
os, Isetied out of the Disct
Court of the Valued Mateo for 111.2 Western District
of Commix anlw and to me directed, I will cs.poso
to ryblio eel°, at the
In the City of Pittsburgh,
On the 30th Day of august, 1866,
The following described property, to wit:
. THE STEAM TUG "EMMA LOOAN,
Her boats, machluery, tackle, apparel and Men
tore, as she now Is, •t the Manchester wharf.
Milled and attached at the suit of Henry reathe
stone. ALEX. MURDOCH, Marshal,
Marshal's Waco, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Terms of sale, cash, government rinds.
RICHARD E. BREED,
No. 100 Wood Street.
BRITANNIA AND BILVEII PLATED TABIA
W ARK, TEA TRAYS AND TABLE CUTLERY,
always on band.
CHINA TEA BETH,
CHI N • DINNER. NETS,
CHINA. TOILET BETE,
BOHEMIANWARE OP EVERY DEISCRIPTIONI
LAVA CARD BASKETS,
LAVA SPITTOON& •
EfiIiLIBLI STONE WARE *fall varieties, tonal)
wholesale sad retail Dada
The largest andreort complete Heckel' ever/W.ll
Itrthts Hue In the clty.
Prices and terms the Ham salaam eastern atlas.
Sale eincitnenees At 10 o'clock. A. IC The article.
that will be ollered for Bale err u follows. ten
hood of !tomes, ono Carriage, In guild order, three
Top Burgles. one 01 en Bugg ....m B,Lrouci,e. one
sex spring Wagon. one two bor... Shigh, e seta
single klitrilem. one set of Carriage Barnes., one
set or ISaeouche derma., saddle aFurniture,
BOW° irobes. Sleigh Bello, Wert and
other articles, with tWo I oars' lease, And nature.
Or stable. Terms made known on day of sale.
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, I CHANCERY SALE OE
JOB. USX= JAIL lIIMAT
IttiLSTERS IND NUR
ROBERT WATSON, Rasa er• 11,19:d56
$50,000 TO LOAN
BOND AND MORTGAGE
Broktr and veal Estate Agent;
No. GO emlthflatd, bet. 4to and DlarsOnd stn.
`AST STEEL. an sizes : in pie .•
to sun outlaws. _
Large Berea GilimilieSielk •
AGSNIS soz LIISZLew abet s "
NVANTED—A first-Owm Tailor
who maderstands Crating and l`sltoring. Also
s trod JOU ILNEY.II.A..r: . To stint, "toady employe
19 no t and good erases will be gitea.
Erritire 11 li a= Efts Or JACOB
JACOB GOIEBILING ,
WANTED TO BUT Oft DENT,
\ PIM CONTAINING 15 ACM,
More or lei...with • MOOD MOUSE on It,situated
not ran , than nye inile• from either city. Acietress
until heplember Mb, ••11,•• Box 550. Alieghe•ll
I'. O. aW:I26
IILTANTED. — A gent and
T T wife wlelles
BOARD IN A FSIVAIL 1 AKILI
Ttrmi. most be reasonable. Addrelß
O. S. G.." THIS OFTICt.
TIALLEBLE IRON AND TOOL tin-norm
C 0 RICH Y.
',illAn Riplr♦' rity. Indiana.
1. teat W tzugage to
lIB.ST-CLASS BUSINESS RELATIONS.
Apply In person, or address
W. D. BAKER.
USI U snit st.. Pittsburgh. Ps.
WANTED —!SURE FORTUNE.—
The atizertiser, a chemist or twenty-lire pear s
experienee, both to Europe anti America. wishing
to retire from the profession, will sethl to .y pet
bon valua ble recipes, from then se of which any
tyn man or womap, Pith little or
capital, Coll make tram the first day not only an e z
Its lug. but In a very short Ulm: realize
goticrztt. forton.. AMP., with two stamps for
ft. P.vi.D. Chemist,
Crum, I . llllspielpni. I
my'r heft s
T ANTED--AGENTS — SI4 to $2OO
T CE.H. MONTH for t,entlemcti.
for ',di e , everywhere. tn Intl-mince the C0M131013
tense sewing Machine, improved and her
fected• It will hem, fell, stitch. quilt. hind, braid.
140 VUlbrololer beautifullyprice only $2O--mah.
lug the elastic look-stitch, and fttily warranted for
tarot years . We ay the abovc wages, or a com
mission, tram wh p ich twice that amount can be
made. Address or call on C. IWKINS CO.,
Office No. 253 S. Plait street. Viol adelphie Ha.
All It trots aim w emit! promptly, *lth circulars and
terms. an hbO
WANTED -14200 per Month paid
V T to LO lOLicoloor our Jo , . fills, St,
bieCIIIN K. holelooo . . Patent.
Addreel, frith it tamp, MON Al , f: K SEWINU
If AC ILLS E. CO., 0 lochenclou, 11e... or rteado
MAY, POSSIEL & RESE,
6'2 Fifth Strout,
NOWARE l RECEIVING THEIR
For their FALL TRADE- Tim .tylea of tilese
good. are very heautlfol and attractive, :I not
handsomest they have e‘er before opened In
market. Titey are al.+o of a drat-clans d uality, ar-
Pete.' fora first-Maus trade, and will be bound upon
Inepee ktl will mate on to he all that Is desired.
• W effort tb glue to all anti FE-
Ititat and b•TYLISIIevery
it3IENT. made to order In
the VEST BEST MANNER.
An early gall he most respectfully boliclted from
front Our ctutouier. and the puling.
GRAY, I'OSSIEL & RESE,
62 Fifth Street
WE Alto: NOW
Ot Our Entire Stock of
SUMMER BOYS' CLOTHING
At GILEATLY it EDUCED PRICKS. 1 ,,, r b.rgalue
Gnar s LoGax,
HENRY G. BALE,
Piorthwest Corner of Penn Sc St. Clair Sts.
Desiree to return thanks to hie friends and the pul..
Ile generally for their liberal patron.ege, and woui.l
respectfully inform them Dill he hos Just returned
stock Eastern Macke.. art di a :aryl: and well ee-
fro m t
WOOLEN GOO E DS.
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE.
This School has Jubt concluded it- 11:u ) cur. tic
has been one of pro,tterltv sod growth
from the commencement. The lent tau years the
dolly average attendance has been more than two
hundred, and many have been reit, d Sru want of
A NEW BUILDING
Is now under contract. to be featly le r te ttut,tetty at
the opening of the Fall :session in ea paemla r , and
It is hoped that hereafter all can la, ra celved as
w it 3 IT/FIN , Al PAitAT I_ land (:1 BIN ET
are receiving yearly, velttattle addition, and Ilse
purpose to kept steadily . In lew, furnlsh very
facility for a thyrough course of Inman., lon.
Tim facalty Collemte of lot. r mate Mid r isen fe
male anchors, all e perleneed instructors Its little
The tichool Is fully graded from the Preparatory
department, through the entire nurse of Academ
ical and Classical studies.
For particulars and Catalogues, 1141/drt es
9 West Fourth Street,
FOR YOUNC LADIES,
MiL3ELE3. ZUL. S. TUT7N73O3FLAS.
Asolatcel by a competent corps of prob—,nrs
No. 2$ Hancock Street
The FALL SESSION alit SP.SIIAI
For Circulars, As.. eePI yof t •• 'tilt U.
FALL TERM WILL OPEN
Addreas Rev. I. C. PERSHING
rrIIE FALL SESSION or H. NI.
SEMINARY FOR YOUNO
Is DIAMOND STREET, oppuditu the Court
Mouse, will open the Fllt-11 MONDAY IN SIM ,
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
MR. WM. 11. WAKEIIAM
Will rmoyen Ma Cllmaleal and Mathrtuatle , ad Ststmol.
In the nanal plant, In l)littot Chu rch, t Atm.°u ,
Allegheny, on DION , F.ll EMBER 3d.
ITor term., apply to No. 37 1.:1/1012 avvpuarv.,l29i
11001. SESSION O THE
PlTBUltliti or DES F
WOMEN TS , will commence on
Monday, September 3d,
flows of instructlon from Ito 12 o'clock. C Iron-
Ills and information inn, he o btained at the Noolus,
Plicliin's 24 Falb strcet.
AUCTION S A LES
LIVERY STABLE AT AUCTIO.
THE MANCHESTER LIVERY STABLE,
Will be sold AI AuctlOn, ou
THURSDAY. AUGINT 316 T. 1,4130
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY,
At Clarksville, Tennessee
ItIOSOAN L CO.. I..'J A CIOSON. kicti 1; !MON
& CO. lu pursuance of anor th, 1•13 , 1 i. at A prit
Term. ladol ‘ of the Chancery Court, at Clark, ' , Ole,
Tenn., 1 alll cell at Public Auction, Es!, AY.
lien ?unlaces. situated near the Cumbers andltlV er
and the Menapltla. titatherills 11131 i Louie , / Me nen-
Mad. Thera are shout 13,000 netet of land
lairrMtc'entP&ll°nThlraone L o a f s 1 b ear p rt
inch as my Maitre.
Timber is abundant for ittedPoae a, and the ore
(tithe beat quality.
TlE37atl oritaLltr—Ten per cent. lash, and the bal
ance oncredit, of olds, two ‘dd tamo Juan. Nowa
pith good ateuelty, to bear I eterest Croat ditto.
weal W. #l.4cAtelitiMW, tit AMo
47 St. Clair Street.
I. H. WHITE.
fmh, , 1,777-