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.13441.11D,A7t':gPTEMBER 8, 1866
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~.trlc ynerne county Repo S . are
noillititiar4anies 'Arch/nil for COngrefa
He iiiifieetchnuirtisy birth, but lios lived
in thr4CcolOtty forty 'Vora Fos a loni
I periathe,Velliphief Engineer of sfiallivad
and' ldinetf,to the Delaware and Masi*
o a n a i , doo k e i nv- For the Issffelv years'
he hitilicetti4; /lido( IheLsehaunb:mt
toid4 l tooriniztirg l Railroad Col*PanY 4, A.
sedate, iidtalkeea *Wet holos:
isegaTtne d;. - co,nselderable-culttire,
oral ni9eitioiow of poictical affairs..
Of thettinief, thoniands or -Motel's - who
lurk( betervidirs hiOordersi, wo'llibilc there
11116 4 -47 046-re t i rect; and gn° l3 ._will 10,
- agia:to - leaUre; and.-1 1 ." SS riinch on SS."
cceriti - of Aix !Arline
,nprightness as of his
iiiiiiii4l6:' : iotraintrol and equefilmify.'
TlOnomination yill L desibtlese be ratified.
...ibl; B . lltoblitsefts .of theigneluirina; and
yeeintitsistronit eipeetalici* that'Dr. Arch
' haid.iiit heit'lls • De&ocratic competitor,
/14.Dennisoil i the present incumbent.
• ' :I.Diri , „kilsoiribly, Wan. Taggart, ;John 31,
Pocii - kii4;zimnna lieennans arc the6indli
d‘tili,, , siind , they are good ones. 1
Cirkint at Uniontown , as reported ' Or the .
Tait, tro - find the folkiwing pas-'
thdlseteinittlort of Ahreham Lin
cobi,ltndrOw Johnson became resident
of the 'United States.' If under Ida adirdn-
IstrahMiebusinony. tdaeuld. come again to
the'ltia;*hci frill-hot see in tlia auspielitis
event the spirit . of -acid.' moving over-the
Main' tittle rattuad theit the spirit of
Whichaft Cnrnian o profanely speaks
strtMgthteped:_Theheartnd guided the arm
of that democratic hero, J. "Wttii6B Bearer,
enabled to briniabont.that "eli.
spictocia eirentr'. Certain -it is, that to.
. - Civamt
13oont and Lis.party arein-,
debted for:their presenkmomeotary gleaMl
ofhopeOiniliquallicertalult is that if alp'
tuinfr; , Jotttiso, , A shalt; be:. successful, the
ais i is o ll c• ( !ef.theinal/Nill-be PolNeallY•
ctirt - , ais,.-theitlireitisti benefactor.;
SnehialheiOttitirini4lai an - allude' With
oppression and:treason axe Sink men, who,
if respetahle. What are
we t 0 Mite',Of the'latrguage we havoquo.
ted, but the; beginning of in - effort to roe
c4IIP that from an
tmniortallty of; intitmp, and Biqa a
1-03PiNUIptii the,boriored agentsof lieaven'
. . .
tbe;ningeftif: the Hon. J. P.
jo - racelve the
Preitidaaqiponbis arrivelin this city. We
mach o i ! lie:jtalkeialaune witbont' his cos aettt:, - )3 o 9 . 'nittlaa,W,Eatiiihilinlie willing,
... 4 4 1,31 . 01. c
Ariftlyal the milting; elrenmetances
oatraoidtue y -, The President, eytder car
jaarney lin... si•'6.tidable ptlpllc far.
flaw. geriilcmen can al -'
prove.. +ZH the caseatalicy we feellagt.lior
laedto.o44l,litth# 3 :44P wilt not
pate • 4
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grievance.-riveTM-euhaveDorlv,resteinaer the.ciiii ug aval, an:lbbla
to , 9 .i y air t -ted-Btat2-,ognmsslon
V-un-'l charge , i attackLg iid robbing
I n e l iack men- The C or der 16 Indigaa t
un-44pareel nrign°ran V nogroe; hav
the anheePgen of Le e:!4 , ty or value o
an oath, were — ermitte4 to wetdawaY
iibOrt r ° iw hito -pi":/ 184 0/ 3 to thia-
it vestly letter tq ba hack to the old order
of thingo, "negiOei had no rights
that" - white", men `were bound to resta . ticL"
Aka! lhit'the -ishoulti refuse In 1 7;
i n3ilStri . lor,l*h l 4? .14k to rob orierai
reason why the
Iteibizbartjr, should be. driven from
rwertiarStrigs_ , the fact that its c orrupt
.raining - oar
And this,_doubtless, tho trm reason
why .t*i.prit tiMiated Walkout,licano and
tintosielLiii:irith rebels and, copperheads.
iraiiitio.Wl4l - Of•tim Protection of Amer,.'
:. it judges agreed) , as to
440 1 01xprtpiuires its hostility to that don . t
* N . - • • den is
f the meaninreof words. lie
ins of being attacked by a "subsidized
preen:: The only journals that: pratii WM'
are those which are in.,repeipt of_ inymn
tuent patiolutgo. The Jottigiabl'whose can-.
sums -butt - him arc tbone* . Welt lost gov;.
eramental. patronage imengse they. would
maintain .their; freedom 91 11 0 01 i and
littersalgo respecting. him and
Tuls..Stitt !hero :Unionists in Convention
hard to satisfy, The
tauten about as taskas can be, and' they .
alnot c0n144,5::.'1:04.:have reiolved to
sen,d :a - Consinitpie Sit: their own number
over. the •See if tligy
(=tot beit 13.1ini••liettaildrq the • field
:Ulf after the
zaw F4nsm . t.v. ereis news of
u a move,l re A , 4q ;. 01,46tu to renitCebel
donation of pulilic lands.
Stunda'AgetnoiittiOxi sueneett. In:capturing
Dongtviiniflito can tell what that body- will
_to,, do. :for (bosoms sort of
•' . ,
liTta .92cetit, talO Preside:it
ioweisin Fleck umo
Atkm_Fg.#4o4.:oolettnrse , ...,
Lease Wiest Item a - Matanzas'. -TV., paper.
vb l 4lXeras indd eltasebeon picked op In the
*triels;Orklamdton, containing an. intiour
slelleCakplotr. to- faun,- 11C.Cialo, especially tee:
alseacott,Vlt was stated some than age that a
plot-sutlatea .bera '.llO towns Van& Ido
• tattler. - bet the 'Neale' wing Ira,
thought to De boob.
N " Y " 34154.0 —re en =s Coait:
yesterlayi tech , ilaotaccal the Excise
ci.oLaliccou.tr j r l ,4celAlea that the .Ex.
ere saizetnow take -0ut,14 yder
Denelt7 ,, aotlaa of the
" 3 " t°
, a great 0 r , 10 . 11134 8 MOM! Or etr i l l ba" U4 '
0, 5 yesisiciseo Elections 'Qua Market
. BesZaticutoo, Ca , ..,.ideTtember 7.—Tho ay.
•ex.age wajOnty for Ike Union candidates stt.
Leerrecous election exceeds 1,7 W. • - •
- Tkereirintlo to attract aoUeoie tiergen
' and '..zaarke Pig.* %Doted at klt. Uheioe
vt.„"susislpsor Latra kmer Fe ` Emit ak:
chcopMeir rant Mato baker. Mer. . •. .
- al She Xzeartleadlita,
remand Acorn Chicago, on their=
ei3 -AZ invend the
cdaaa other-prominent prominent toinnboni 'al UM
parw were 'lntroduced - in: the crowd, Not.
wilkrtszuUng.ttue ;Mu ! Jars° nunil?nrnerare
XaritoZ. n h ar be= 4-1103. Wire
witted of r hundoip - cam or Jed. Dane . ,
.nonnonounievl June . morning, and nee
been in Mime tonee2' wltln Minn; !elk
The erniCnneterreMing Koi;estlNB la Uto
• 'Rugg ogres iilo oar,
tre, • . at-no •
210 peni set
A(I , WOki.
i's fine Oat noetil
V - 4 1 7 - ebe/
aP TN°. co rush street.
43 ". yarn
(ileeitlaicitai, at Plttockos.
, . ,
sitirsnatewalirgmitek.lgoolso Shoo Store.
TkOisiOdeil ihoolotuuS of Pittsburgh.
Ae fotegalttetta cents, at No. e 0 Fifth street
s •r‘ 'Children's Shoes
- SUN selling for uen onds;st No. CO Fifth street.
lultlregulitetho pncits—Garditter, Ico.Bo Path
Thrum tkOrso irk 00 world, at No. 60
lafth itfreet.' . ;. •
To glvo great bargains to ctustomers—G ant
bier, at NO. SO NUM attest. .
Yotuig Jimmie%•and tho
. great, J uvea tie pho
iRgrISP!a. at PitWVA.
Th.tikver °pent &ph:1'1111*r filth. E. Ambuhl
.rrhtelprajCF:. 1 • Ag.dtess IL T. TATIOR.
AR. the Delieacies of the Season,
dan.ho obtained at, taint reasonable prices at
Itto Pricker Dining Saloon on. Fifth
Atreatin*. 4430 t to the Postntllee.
`.,. o 7rteirosrayallerall - Orst.rsill
'iVllilum lioltstehaeri the vopelar piontle•
"tor of the Frliker Dinh= ihilwn, on Fifth
street, next iloor to the Custom Rouse, has the
'finest oyetere upon his counter to be found
anywhere In the olty;....They are served nn In
every stile known to the epicure; In tip4op
1(i1111'M - 60d - WAWA and itekl, healthy bile
intainot be secreted; hence the Arid mid all Im
porttuitt.hlng for the debilitated and dispel.
tic should be to commence the purllloatim of
their blood; ;Boback , aßlood Portlier not only
patties and'enrteltes the blood, but aids the
great principles which etre it power to roust
ammo. , Mild, Set powerful, and so peculiar
ily stlcebssfel to its operatton,that a few bot
tles taken in Cord anitton'wlth Boback , a Blood
Pills, never tall to ,remoye eyory particle of
Itutioalthi accumulation, mitti the blood Is
poriflod,llM-wholenystene rani:mated, and the
',buten!), ilftl;'*-I'64.l24rorFliutd_boo burdens, becomenicasurce: • ,' • '
WoYcidetdaY Mild a visietiithe 'ell known
plumbing.:and , gavrittinse• establishment of
Tom. T Mwenti, Zin, 191 Wood
Sixth, and were tarot:l,A with an opportunity
t - examining all the latest patent gas, oil,'
water mid, .steam fittings Introduced. Mr.
Ewenal Stink in trade nas been selected with
Much gOodPare and Judgment and nothing Is
found in It Which lief:an Inferior quality or
character: . Ali isplay of prelate 'for garden
and domestic porpoaaa, hydrants, sinks, ba
sin!, tubs, and e . yerything pertaining to farm
or eitY - dwelilitgs, la remarkably nee. Mr. Ew
er's givei his own attention and 'supervision
to all work tnltinatotito Iris care, and no word
of ours can add to the high mechanical reps.
lotion he has .attained in this community.
We moat cheerfully Commend him to toe
Where to Obtain Pair Picture.
„ ,,Thaty'lthiburgalexcels inflaming out heavy
-guns msl l lye - ;usethiii , ssend heavy pitmen et
iriiara, Steel ready for tiie purposes of the
itudeattial arta, canna -be denied. But there
teariothet thing in Which wo lead our oontent
twireiT elites, CEA Aitatlis 'Shia specitnenauf
the.art ,photograpble. 'The really beautiful
gains of that, lurineit' of the flee arts, which
are til:Witiierbibition• t pais/dal rooms
I and wind' . OwsCOn - Bt. Glair. street, will folly
bear ifairmtht the :assert:ton. The specimens
are tither than 410 fax famed plebs:re' of BiadY ,
Gatehunstiand others silo have established a
nitioluttrututation upon their execution of
, remarkably clear inns sbadows.'> Ate. Dabb's
thProughlitteditte, every department of
his. beutincia, and takei especial are that
every picture which leaves his house shall , 1
be l i tiAbeimprintOPennir* ar‘d stiotattr
lila high reputatiOn' as ale artist.„ If any of
Our Mende are desirous of obtaining a photo.
graph. , o any aizo or style, we, can safely re. '
contiairruf then theter„ favor this establishment
with a call. It is No. ha St Clair street. .
Patrick, barons ho became Joined in the
theof. 4 holi wedlock" with Bridget, was In
the service tit" rather McNulty. One dal' that
good priest ecrpectod aid' from a Protestant
minister, and •unshod :soma excuse to get rid
of him. So Petrick, ho proootded to
Ove. him huiyuetions.
o;!..,rutirinic,nisiald hi, "lt thst ••••••
d Of an exectso and send h
"What hall I tell tdm If be comes, your tit,
oTell him rm not at home:. -.
"Would yo have MB tell a Ile to him, yet. sty
: no, retrial - hitt get out sumo way—glre
blm an evasivo answer:.
"An . eyastvo answer, Is Itt till do It, ac
The matter thus arrangifil, rattier Mac rcit/r
-eil to Idallbrat7, and Patrick wept about his
Unitise -. About dusk. in the afternoon, the
worthy p nest cam o out, of his room, and round
Patrick in unnivally good Spirits,
I•Wed, ratricir,n said ba, "did tho Welder
'"And did ynu get rid of Wady •
ho atk it uqui inP.
did, alr.'! '
:"Atu' 1 what did you MT
ariavantra &gaiter: , 'i•
avaaiya unmoor, Patrickt"
"pis, yer iiroranoo."
labia dal - s , cief any to Matt
91t. aced zoo If ye'a was In, and 1 tould him
that aer riretrinco bad gono to tbo boot and
ohoo.storo of J. Itobinson d Co., No. at Mar.
ket street, to bijy ea:no boohiand oboes for tbo
gotutoona, bololso ytt - cook! buy thbo.oboPor
there than any wbore
The Laws of Ilealib. "
It is useless for . State Leglidaturcs to lime
Jaws for the preiterssUon of the, public health,
if the great Mui of aelf.presek"xcion, which do
ponds for Its enforcement upon tno wilt of the
fnefirtiMat,'ls roam,' to remain 4 dead letter.
Tbere 1a seareely wt adult Member , of the
e o flillifiLt9.of either ire; to ims country. who
Lae not seen tho testimony In favor of .110S
TETTERiS STOMA= BITTERS, lurid:shod
over their own; siamitures by para.:Ms:of ac•
knowledaed ernhtenco in science, literature •
art, commerce, and ovary department of bust. UM. and professional tuo. These wttnessas
basso declared in the most explicit terms that
Cho proparatiOn is a ea:egoant against opt.
datules, a seSurelga relnol, for d7sPaeshi,
* Valuable antlfilliorui medicine, apromoter of
appetite, a ail:aid 'ands bisrmiesa sties e k i n,
froNacooktbg utedmino, a 'trent:Mauer of
the nerveS; c Sultillal IntiftOrifit, a Muteedon
agaltukthe delitierfons ellbota of malaria and
Imparo water. titul that II Imparts • dogma of
I vigor andacttvlly Went vital forces artliCh la
net 4:XnranolllC4tOti tireestotaitir•of um tonic ,
! aud stomaaides In use. Under these etreura
stances the solf-proserindlre law. of :nature
altordil teach Oyer, rational • ''''4oonthar
by 'reason of .iimorent deltlitty 'Ur ' IIIOnasto•
.quCano of exPOKIre: to unitholit , ,, influ
encus, tf in peril of losing the's:real , , t vt all'
• t ewi'orza blaasinge, nzavrn, the importance
of using the. BITTRER as • de/ennui taaticine.
PyspePtitaltho !Matter to iftio r ita trial ar e.
flimply melt awn etwunies.-: it Ca, viral:toed
. to care Itatireatte4; Itt. rU Ai fornm,,Vild Life
ABWas_and newtons "will And nothitig o ltitaa
whole ntrisM Or =eta Add mddriddetery mode '
which Will anent them the dat_sur
_ :1 11 PoNstiorditsatte rs •
at 81 somirsommmudszareimildi'verr
Ng: alkeltilf-atzdet„ ma:WOllMlind
allaillt44kiar/MTA ""r•-;' •
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'Tis not by vain pomp and show that the hrt-
Mortal Grant has attained Ids high degree of
pObitkin, and the tmdlilded esteem of every
loyal.ll.lnenitraL 'Was not:by any array of
titter ahovnired PPM him hYillentrietts ante=
eisilmts that the great And good Washington
became lint in the heirta of his countrymen.
ails worth end merit that gave the position,
the tille,the regard, the favor, the esteem and
ell sucisocreted ipleilties. Likewise 'Us worth
and merit that have given the high standard
of his profersehni that Dr. George IV. Spencer
now oceinpitut fly &visit to the Doctor's real
ly beautiful rooms, 254 Penn street, any one
will be convinced of his proficiency in dentis
try to see the largo amount of business done
by him, and in every instance satisfactory to
his patients Dr. S. is honored and esteemed
by all for the vast amount of good ho has done
to the public, and he is prepared to continue
his good work in the saving of damaged teeth
or in supplying now sets where the old ones
have become worthless. 2.11 Perm street is the
place..—Patr. Sealer, dept. 2,1868.
Beaver Female Beadruiry.
Seventy to seventy-tive dollars for all expert.
ens for sixteen weeks. - .Opens September Mb.
It. T. Tarz,on.
You can Ilnd the largest assortment of Al
bums, Wallets, Gold Yens, and at lowest
prices, at Pittock's..
hoarding School, tor boys, opens September
10th. ♦7O to M for nil expenses—Mxteen weeks.
It. T. Ts.m.on.
Fenian Congrene at Troy—The Members
Nworn to heereey—Baa Feeling. Against
Sweeny—The Address of lkoreahlent
Now Your., Sent. 7.—A special from Troy last
evening says the Committee on Credenthils of
the Fenian Congress completed its labors at a
late hour this afternoon. The Congress was
duly organized and ready for business. Gen.
31, C. Murphy, of New York, was elected Speak.
er of the lions°, but declined the honor, when
M. F. G. Gallaher, of Buffalo, was .clectml.
Mr. J. C. O'Brien, was elected'Secretary.
The membersof the Congress were sworn to
secrecy. and a resolution was adopted forbid.
ding the communication of any of the Ursi
ne' of the Haagen to the press for publication.
The Congeeks then adjournoclto nine o'clock
to-morreet,wher, President Roberts' addreas
will ho presented.
The dela* in the report of the Committee on
Credentials was MC:WWI:IOd by the appearance
of certain delegates who claimed to represent
circles in .Cariatia. Their credentials wore
scrutinized .meet closely, but whether they
were tuhnitted or not I nm unable to learn.
Ono delegate is hero from Prince Edward'a
I learn from good authority that the feeling
against Gummi Sweatyoy is rather-on Cho in
crease among the delegates, but it bah:neat
impossible to predict the result of the Con
gressional action in bin case, au the tables
may be entirely turned upon hie adyeraeries
by Ma official report of the Canadian moyo•
Vito address of President Itoberts is an able
add statesmanlike document, and Bustard the
origin and progress of the Fenian Brother•
hood, from its inception to the present time.
The neab movement Is being thoroughly dis
eased.US-Members In little knots about the
1101013. unit streets.
Aliktra on the Frontier—fore 'ladling
thttragres—Tne Settlements Broken
NRIV Tong, Sept. 7.—Adispatch from Topeka,
says: It is reported nous the Fort Sarah Jane
t:inn et Fort,E.thay find_ Smoky Mil Roads that
seventy Cheyenne battens bare "started for
the Pleketsettlement, Colorado, to
two children taken from the Indians in the
Sand Creek affair, and then clear the Smoky
mu route of all whites, while eighty-IWe more
Cheyennes have started for the ILrksoaae to
commit depredations there, and that they
have seht invitations to the 'Sioux, klowas
and Caranneheti to join them in eweepmg the
frontier Com Western Gloms to Colorado.
The Pawnees have broken up two setUe.
meets on the Salmon, and ravished a number
of women. They sows that, the whites shall
not occupy their territory.
General Sherman writes that the settlements
are ninety miles too far west,anti that be has
not the troops to protect them within ono
hundredrailea of Fort Riley.
The Stock Rigmst e Overland Mail St a ge
Company, was met byeband of Indians while
taking Out stock for the
ten road, and was ordered
back. Be WAS given e days to reMbre the
stock from thst route, before their raid.
The Union State Conventitm has unanimous.
tir tecOmmetitied the Legislature to submit
the question of striking the word "white"
from the state Constitution to the poopie.
Governor Crawford was unantinottsly renom
nated for Governor. and Major Green. ; for
Lieutenant Governor, .
Bt. Loafs Cholera Report — Pre i rsdliend
forthe Presidential nem, oo—nore
Indian Odtrsgss—aalleoad Ateldent.
ST. LOCUS, Sept. cemeteries report
fllty.ntne burials front cholera yet/larder.
dentP rwrigionaw axe for taht:zeptivoato,fdth,ontaiet:
Mx steamers, each representing a different
State in the Unicm, decorated with de" cio
vices, Sc., leave for Alton sleight o'clock to
morrow morning. TI/0
teamer Presidential party will
be assigned tothe s "Andy Johnson."
to widen will bo twitted ?bestow:oars Ruth and
°tare Branch for the accommodation of the
serious committees. Gen. Hancock and Stag
accompany them , my to Alton.
Montana *deices say that amoral Ureic,
ionswith • small escort, w er e tta f rom diana.
wi t mules taken than.
The whole party came near being captured.
A freight train on the =non Central nail.
road ran off the track at St. John today, kill.
log the conductor, engineer, and ono brake;
man. The Iccomotrre and several Cara wars I
Front Te.llllll.—Lanti Appropriated fer
Stoke" Soldiers—A Guerrilla Bursted at
the Stake. • • • •
New Tea., September 7.—Tbe .25sses says:
In the Tesas Legislature, August 14th,. Mr.
Jackson of o resolotlim lnatroctl n ~ Committee ou Pnbile•Lva....eas—te enquire into
•• -• • • . (mating thtrie bundrerl
w• . twenty acres to each Confederate soldier
ho by reason of wounds received" in tae. W.
int; k incapacitated for Labor, laud to report
by bill or otherwise.
A guerrilla leader, Dick Itempsterl, was on
Wednesday matured by the licgolmors, near
Little Rock, Arkansas, who, alter trying And
noding him guilty of eleven tonrclent. all of
which be confessed, burned him twdeath by a
slow flee, which totally. consumed Ida body.
Mr: Jackson, reslrcionsaUve In Um State Leg.
blature for Jackson county, Tennessee, hog
brought ront-for ten thollaandeollsdameges
stardust th e Radical uttitabors of th e llama Jar
take Imprlsonmeat. • •
A:meninx. Debate Ibtxllllklllastingollun.
PIIILALOMMIJA, September T.alte Co nven tionxciting debate took plum at the on
the address of the Committee of non-ream.
structed BMus, sad on tho resolutions of dome Minor Botts. Tho calling of ayes. and. nays
J bss ordered a sce
done of excitement
_ ona Minor Botta manded a dsvis
lon of the Question, requiring a separate rota
on the first portion of the report, and another
on the latter portion. In respect to manhood
% It t r tiO foot l w andltr o o r s thirty p m p got " ri ta rnoti, l = l ,-
Lion, and half ,t dozen others were also
shouting at tip:mune time for
Mr. Botts , motion was flnitily rated oat of
The ealllmy of lb° roil was 'oOntinetietitl,
thevote resulted in 1$ ayes against finals.
On tho announcement of the Tote thesatliust-
Urn WAS groat. .
New Orleans Cholera Sievert—Preens
snae/on Ordering. an election.
lfinrOcu.sses, Sept. 6.—The dialera deaths
yestatdey were seventeen, one; yellow fever
The Governor , * proclamation onlering sn
election on-the Third of September for mem
bers to the ConvonUoe In the uorepresented
parishes, have been totally disregarded. No
election nos boon hold.
The report of the Military Commission on
the riot has been forwarded. The Weshlnatort
oommission, however. remains untlisbandesi,
MO steamer Saxon from Liverpool has ar
Cholera In Mew York. ' •
New. Yowl, Sopt. L.-Tilers ware seven now
eases cholera. and five deaths from the auntie
abeam reported In ULU city yesterday. • The
reports from Brooklyn snowed no material
°Munro rte the disease. . • .
A mooting of rho Board Of Health nee held
yontorday.. Time Sanitary Superintendent's re.
port showed that forty-inne anew of cholera
have been reported' during the week ceding
Saturday.- Of this • number thirty were fatal.•
In Brooklyn there were twenty-flyo confirmed
mums, of which soyenteed wore fatal.: .•
The Leaser Hassan - Wise—nage leaved—
• Putitestrati; September 7.—The 'Upper'
stories or the - Union League HOoeo ere seat ,
muds daniaged. L At two o'clock the fireman
got control ottbe flames. The lower portion
will be saved.. The damage Will done meetly
by water, the rentelnlog 'meet. The'
American Sag, which was hoisted over - the
bulltllug and the Ellsworth' hag. - whteti was.
hanging from the walls, wore saved .by the
Iltwasem. The lasumnee will cover the . /On.
.Wlllhgt• 10/1 reach SAMO dollars. .• ' • •. •
0 the nonnl7, COnligilssloss.":f
; 'Yong, Be_ptetabor Wasbligtou
speola Says the nounty Comnilsidan Wive at
lengtirtaade their final
The Wino la
saying that after tborough tJen Of
tho present mariner of paying' the bounties,
'boy are unable/to suggest an, suldltional safe.
guards or any Iniprovenients, In: th e Present
method, and !boy reoomrusslu that_paymanta
bo continued 42trOLOIOM both t 44 .Wllll and
iggalers. • • ,
ildadtread leeleital-Ahle Bleu Killed anti
!:Neer - Tone 'September- L. -4m eeepleili oi;
offred Calittearach aid and aluminum dad.
resSinliArJesser. es Wed ay re.
stilted -14 - UM =Lag of ana man and tr
i Of 012450 °then. -- Tee tree: emote
one mite treskitreetek4 la d Ma 'ltpitiallt AIM
lender etr.pmt". IlA.s.,lpr'LClLt Witt
MICK , -- --.
C nicsao, Sept. 7, a= r. AL -Several of the
Pert) , have lett oa, tonintling IlLnlstar Romero
end Mediu:odor General aandall. rho excar
slonLitt have been sultieeted to some,ariney.
ante tW unlavited 'persons Intrmling anon
them and astrnming ditanatinii ' Prominent°,
• and In some mules dividing In the processions
and Otherwise thsitactabera of the party. We
aro now on • the special train of the Chicago
and Mien Railroad_ bound to epringnold,ll3.
nal*. large Crowd was at. the Station and
cheered as the train moved.
Lamont; Ur-, 903 a, 5,-The Trealeent and
other prominent members of the party were
Introduced lry Mr. Seward, who •asked bow
many States there are in the U. 61023. A man
In • the erOwd "Thirsperr... “If you
take %Tennessee out," Mr. Seward eontinned.
`'how,many WIU rmneJstre '"Wo don't allow
any lobe taken oat, ~ was the response. "Bat
throgress• does." - Another Voleo-.Seward, , .
ran ace •In .good Mr, Seward
tat, wears very
'0 became COlairadit:ltteelloa.
tnio.teo. hoptentber 'llan, Serra;
tory or ttolonitio-Torritory, 'toleara , Oba of fel
lows. Tito Territortalltoartiot Callvampags flu-
Lind counting the rows ontlje evening of Lho
Stb. Items° Chilloott,iLepubitcam. °alum.
(tato fordoldiptto to Connors : bad a majority
of Ono hureircd and calibt over Hunt, Admin.
istration candittatel (krvernor t etunroince avo the certificate oreicctiott to lion ti th e ma
otatiboarg CanValiscrel wave the certificate to
watt. •Govordor. Co co mange action. in tbe
austtat , itt looked upon • by Lbw majority, of
tllol r2rtoni as
e. a moat abomittoble out.,
ltetw Tom°, hop toolbar 7.—the tat_tp Chart°,
FitwaU. owned: oy his :Caron irdilation
Company,' took-Ilra thlst.'scuttrattli sag wail
burruxl •to tru, e4hre, loc h( ha,
-JO Zeit P.lver- • Blao all
- po too on cargo..
litettorra culto.lrbl°ll MP also ocataatooftLotti
4,1 a G coma at tholat4 w aro ropqr t 43,4
0 4Pitire 114
aiWA-BRINOTON, 8 <rptamber 7.—abe Treaslo7
riffniOnt has conolved fofOrrintko of the
fuze bY frinfed Mate* revenue cutter,
inr. SfAb loluxnuff Axial, or We mut
Of Mathes . 24 :4#34,11.. %to nohoonor wee en.
g a lM a E nZ i f (*bathe lume Pram
COll a lone' oof tn.% gin, n(.1 014 sPte"
os, *a., a portion of vr ;Out - bean filnlsl•
Ono auctesetta 010 niiiao!yeio voo,
=nu.; • ' •
V td 111 " e
_BY TEIXGRAPIL ;GRElTt\cs "Rom a"Sil.Wil
FROM EUROPE BY THE CABLE.
Public. Meetings Prohibited in faxony.
BABE ABANDONED AT SEA
The Crew Saved
ANOTHER PROJECTED ROTA MARINO
Napoleon's Heath Not Good.
AUSTRIAN WAR MINISTER RESIGNED
FINANCIAL AND COMNERCLIM
Dasioss, Friday, Sept. 7, p. m.—The rms.%
Man . Clenrenibe.of Ibizoni: has prohibitexitbe:
holding of pablio.ineotbnre - throughout the
Ifltrdiint. during . theStato of siege, tinder
Which it laaltuated.,
tavitarooi, EVfikne,.&pt. 1, p. tn.—The bark
Esperanee, Captain PltUllps, from Wilming
ton, N. C., July Ztb, bound' to 'Liverpool, has
been abandoned at sea. The crew were saved.
Quzirserows, Alciny, Sept. 7, p. nt —The
steamship City of Dublin, from Now York An.
goat Zth, ben tbieltiteroisnaincl.
sailed for Liverpoid.
Quazywrown, Friday, noon, Sept. L—Steani
stilp Cuba, frOm•Boston Illth Mi., arrived here
'this morning, and, after landing the malls,
sailed for Liverpool.
linrxr, Sept.% a, u.—The steamship Lafay
ette, from New York August .25211, arrived this
Loaner, Sept. 7 .-,Abon.—The 'times; of to.
dayeditorially denies - the report, Which bad
obtained:some currency, of tprojected matri
monial aillanee between the Sine of Greece
and the Prlnceas Louise of thglatid.
Panic, Sept. 1, a. X.,-Napoltion'a nindth
not good, and it Is doubtful If ho will go to
. , •
The Qat= ollipata paid a visit, to the Eta
prosa Zeolite at Boarltz.
YIIIMSA, Sept. 7, a:tr.-4On. Fran fr. the Ana.
Ulan war mintstei. has resigned in cone*.
quench of 111 health...
The Attatrian • oillela.l .li:tame.' denies that
Austria Ms any idea of appropriating any
national objects in Valetta,:
Livsarool., ../iSldatt Sept. 7.—COtion market
steady and withal:it Aunt in prices} sales to.
day were ICAO bales. dating uplands is
quoted at lad. Breadstuirs market is active
arid higher. Flour firm Wheat has advanced
td per quintal. Corn has advanced ed. per
quarter; mixed western quoted at 31e. Frovi
mnsinstket to OrnOrally quiet and without
Luzon, frittap. iSrpL 7. p.m.—Money mar
ket unebiraiiiiti. Consols emsed PM4 fm tem
cep. The market fur American accurlitea
weaker. United State* Fire-Twenties ? 7.1%;
Ede Railway tharinl, 01 teutral
Lissinroot, Sept. I.—Neen.—COtton declined
lcd. per_ pound on the week, the sales for which
ircelluot 5 , 40:0 bales Middling Uplands at
LONDON. Sept. 7.-21;ane-Ccessols are quoted
at te3s tor suctu -
American Securities are
currently at: K. bars. 744; Erie, eh
Minas VentralOVX. •
THE PRESIDENTIAL •EXCIDISION.
Anxiety to See Generd Grant.
The People alatiatt 'Want Minors
Iltuattag Ittead and. Hatter at
tha Elatue LiacalaP
thrTs — ai at, thee were, hart intro.
rr; Sept. 7-.10M3 A. p
> the, rain a largo crowd had .asecnibled.
The, President, Seorotary Seward. (ma. °mot.
and Admiral parragut were as usual presont
(el on the platform. Tho peoPlo were Meese'
ly excited. Enquiry was made fur General
Want, and. when it was announced that be
was at the rear door of the, oar, the mom sway.
ed that ati, and greed. him with
hearty theory'vettou, litten manitestati te on of mune.
elation of him have been everywhere oxPreee•
ort by all elegies and worths. A huge holluei ,
was therm upOu Wm by a yoang lady ; At mi
nd Farnignt admirer . , very srhe ru reeorratl the
plaudits orbi The President ban
genetll yroceivodwarnintecrptions, tint vtri.
our le degree or CallatUakiatai Retoordia.li to . the
prevailing. poll Goal • sentiment An' the • haeall
A.;atirrs: Soot. 7 ;* 2.11 '• ,:. sr,—The party
•me a re ror d i , ve& i ;vtl . h v a . r hi and introduced o :t:
hart, alter having stopped At eed
each place tiro
minutes forintroductions. - The Committee, of
Imitation from Springtield came on board. , •
Sratiorieto Sept. 2.1 ; 4.30 large
croweLhad nasinninod at the depot A salute
was drat and unudo played br too band.• Thu
president was first iturcultieed and then oth
ers.- Thopeople clamored for General Grea
sad °abbe appearance tho shows woro torrldo t,
and long continued... Quarter,* wore provlded
at tbo at. Niehulas Hotel. •
Witinsorths, eoptembor 7.--Tho President,
in response' to tho calls:10r a 'pooch, said that
one could • not reasonably Do oxpeoted• from
blot now for. Want of time.' Gen. Grant, Ad.
mind Penton andottiore were introduced to
the mooting with tee usual warm reception.
POITIAv. Sept. 7.—Tha train ' , topped
for several minutes.
• Ettowelsovos. sir September . .7.4.1f0r .
the Prosident, Admiral..
Vermont, mid others,
wore introatexd by lion. John Hogan, of His.
lead, to the •crowd.. The greatest +mudble
anxiety wan evident to 000 General Grant,
Loud mod repeated calls were made for him,.
tbe spectators being wild with •Wroltement.
The General appeared on tho platfortn, and
:was ;mooted with roolfuroas applause.•• Wilma
he retired President Johnson; O y IWO:11W rant, and a voice t " reno
Yo don's snot
traitors limning bread and butter at inc home
of Lincoln, to which Sir. Hogan replied, "All.
aro afraid of is losin your bread and but,
ter; and UItWA what,. th e matter." Tho Pro*,
Mont . remarked that ho was on tho line with .
Gaetano Grant conModing for tine Union- of
the, States. Ilefore .ho could any more the
whistle serattollad and the, trete. , reatapoil its
Last Day's Piodeedings
ADDRESS OF 'nth' ' NON-13E00
Impartial Suffrage Advocated.
Adjourned Sine y Die
Prateratr.rata, Serdember 7:-41M Southern
Convention Met at ten o'clock. when the pro--
walkups were opened with prayer by' the .
Chaplain. New. Dr. Newman. There were:hut
fey delegateS from the border States present.
Mr. Speccii ffentucky, hotreleri wati in
The President laid before the Convention a
doeinent trent the Grand State Connell of
PanneylVarda, sending their greetings to the
Convention. Also, a similar. one from the
State of Illinois; endorsing the address- and
platform, and pledging Illinois to a 'majority
of tbrty thOOsand.
qtr. Newttesai Of Kentucky, offered a resolu
tion returning thanks to the Union Club, of
rblladelpb Is, for Its hospitality. and kindness.
l ß a e
tn f g er h r t e aW
tOa ninbebuorniftngo a t c tihen C übm llided
the Convention that In his speech at the Con
tinental Rotel, the President of th e United
States bad used the sigradeant language that
be wanted no. leagues butthe .constitutlon.
On the strength of that idnt,thls calamity had
followed,. whether or not with the President's
knowledge or conaent, ho .did not intend to
say. lie had no doubt, however, thateuch was
the BuggaltiOn of the President's mina; but
Ids emissaies would tied that the Moen
League ofd •merica did not dwell In a house
made with bands.
The 'resolution was 'adopted • also another
resolution offered bp, Mr. Botts, of Virginia,
sympathizing with the 'Union Lamer,.
Mr. Bingham, of Ahittaunt, offered a resolu
tion complimenting the New York Tribune
for Ite devotion to the cause of freedom and
On motion of Mr, Mason,. a Virginia, the
resolution WawaMended by- - adding the Now
York independent end all other good , Nepubll.
can papers, and then it was adopted.
The Chairman presented a latter from Mr.
Wagers, of Arkansas, announcing his depar
ture for hOmo on the ground That the business
of the Convention concluded yeaterdaY.
Mr. Marken, of Arkansas, rose and decharcel
that Arkanseue was not uneeprvecntod hero.
(Cheers.) • lie intimated that -Ida retiring
colleague had been too far North, and boon
contaminated by "My P'olloy.”
The report of tiro Committee of the non.
reconstructed Stales being. abOut to bo read,
General t3peod retired from the ehairmanship
of the Convention. In doing so he said::
Gentlemen of Me Coneentfone—Rwring Altered
here so long, tam now called away by business
of the utmost importance. Knowing - 111ot the
general basinces of the Convention is through,
I take my leave, as I consider the Convention
Incompetent to- pato ISOM anything other
than the report of the Committee of ncin..ro.
constructed States, and it to distinctly under
stood by .everybody, I believe, that la that'l
;natter none are to takeparteNcept therapy*.
sentatives of those States. I thank UM Con.
volition most Cordially for the good ordortt
has preserved, and for the a, ...stainte It has
given me. 1 - trust that oar labors have been
Well done. .I. trust; and believe, from the
lightning dashes that hatemootne from
Chicago, and Other perilous of
the cOuntry, that we have not assembled in
As Ur. Speed retired, ho was conth/tmcntel
tig. the , Convention rising andgiving him throe
- Mr. John Minor Botts, of Virginia, then
their the Chair.
Mr. Wermerith. Of La., reported back the
resolution offered vestertlay Eaton
of Tennessee, requesting the President of tho
United states, to cause the publication of the
report et the testimony taken before them:ins,
mates appointed by thuteral Aunt; In refer.
once to the Now Ortsansnoussame; Tim res
olution was adopted.
Mr. Wertneuth then rood the address preps
zed by t h e tlonnulttee ottlie atbtataay mash /Oracle than the prerz
oat address, awl favors imparual studhorse: A
long debate ensued, when a vote 1111.3 - taken
we e: Co the address
was.adeptcd. The nays were: Messrs.. Botts,
Batter and Glltoortyof Virginia, Minter. of
estrald,therthend Cramer. •
The result was lonely cheered.
Several portions of the address *sire
pleaded, and. at one point groans Th e An y,
Johttstro wtmethtled for Maginot. Par
*pooh in reference to Impartial tultrage woo
cheered very enthusiastically.
Mr. Goodies,. tif *North Queditut, while sym
pathizing with the sufferings of the people of
the South, as detailed to the address, did not
agree la the conelusleaf thereof. In other
words, ho was opposoilto Imposing negro suf
frage .ein the south, partilay under the
oresont administration, as th e re i n dt woad be
the oppcolte 'trf :that desired by - this ,Gon
ootatee. 116 -, subacquently . added . that
he himself wth Ln laver of negro stottegmthat
he bad written a letter in suptiOrt. of A:Width
had : beta_ publialtodiand. that ho go i ng
home tom follow up* that Mitter..; , at. the - same
time tudivistied the podple of the South them
selves to control thematter. The speeches or
doribna.snownliow rapidly Lite_progress of.
liboott opinions in. Oita oouftery low:non. it
e w orld
bosomanldto become a po rim
fliCCital m Tonrgor, or North Carolina, is pdl:o
In oppoatUtin to his colleague's views. and_in
favor of negro sating% saying that he'
had denude Instructions .iirem over two
the:mend men in • him., StAto, • ozi • . that
point.lto argued that at trim absolutely•
noes sary In oruer to proteot Union anon at
the South, and checkmate the designs of the
President. They came hate claiming juntloe.
liberty, protection and salvation for the white •
teen of Lao South, no :relies for leo bleu* mint.
Lip/h1 le lin was spanking Fred Douglass. entered
e hell, and was groom/ with chimes end - The
Air. llooilloo naked .. whethor ids colieriguo
illonght that overt if they-had
frage, the negroes tronlii be ullowed,whde Au
grow Johnson:Wu:a .Preeltictit, .to , go to the;
itt i T n O l uilTeTriapihni a:atter .vmaltilm. ' .
- , a defecate rose and said that It not, a lull: 1
lion loyal men In tho North would onforco the
.11:yank of Ger:penis • , arbiod Unit font Mil-.'
Alone of track men in the torah would bull,
fir. Tourgor wind ch . to sky that . the ((cello:
men or tbo Convontion . might. wrigglo end'
much as • they plesuied; but rhos
could not avoid the issue of negro onffnigo
Tile enaction was. whother they would :adept
thip principle or Await: oat Ito their:enemies
their, only bopo of safety.
~ mr.iloadolpb, a colored dillognto from•Leu
*Cana, as theicfly _rep rotten tett to of his ?see
*4O was lOgn untitled to a seat ln the Can
_Tamura; apoice n Advocacy of negro suffrage.
lieleelloti next thorn to come up and faro the
milidc, lot the ,coneeemonacti be .what they
might. /la appealed to them as tho onbrrop
reserdative or four millions of people to :do
them justice. If not they Would regret /t ter
whoa the ttmeoomo that, tho negroee aid vote,
they would be ltkoly tore:amber their friends
andhot forget their foes. (ChcorsJ •
g amelMllletitt. of Vlinttans, folloitfocl
On. t 120 aid° of Um onostlon. • After .I.° .
bail boon speaking tiomaUme rolating.pOrson
al anecdotes la reference to the treatment 'ha
b received in Freaterickatmrginna IV:oh
m Mr. - Fernandez, of Lsnisbuta,- rose- ipul •
p toned against the time of the unovention
he n i g h ,
:aved In listening to 0, . biography ' of •
the delegate I n n
Virginia: . :
• The Chair sustained the point or order. •
: - Abr. Ilunnieutt roamed his romarks, Nat'
hs,,i again very soon to be called to order Ott I
like grounds. lie then proceeded to MlVOCilte
negro seilitago, and stated that the nogroes of
• Meld:lona had mad° up a porno or one hue
, tired dollars to semi him hero. lie appealed
to the Convection to oniranchiso the nekro
and dlsonfranchlso the rebel, and then [nor
would have loyal gists governments in the
Bcgaloyal °humbug, loyal lawyorserulloyal 1
. • ClOVOrnor rinmilton,Of.Taras. then too e
stand nun Awoke Iss -fa v o r T o
the nil:trove and resolutions. it luts.hoon ask.
edlids morning', he seld. how the laws °stab,
itching impartial suffrage .would no enforced
.under tilt lima:nit administration. Ins an.
_ewer was that thershonhi not -yrsos I
inisharge of.their duties because therrosident I
of the Milted ' elates' did' , not porform •
his; If the President tetrad to animate tba i
laws, he behaved that tho kreshlont would : to,','
male to understand beforethey got to the.naidj
of.. itite . IltfUgfflo, that there IFOII. 0 . pOWori.
.(obeo08) not (be power Of MOO tie Tielonarg••
seep mc he had aanotioned recently in.tho !owl
tweieM-of the Bondi, but a constitutlOnal pow
er ',tad; would be vindicated by the tempi ,
mutative. of the American people in Con ill,
aw,bio.tallors) chastened by tho told.
tii= l :a t id unfurl t al t r tg bann t :i f it a rlihe °Wi ra t:
.equailtzy and fraternity...
fotioand never to be rutted until victory ihint
apd erlmtlet: r tiould rest .upon it. gtt/tor who
E V. rTaMill ' Of A.„,b4,littar„l:thiCiiin:
elide of negro aulfrago nun Wenn, balsas not i
.1,-(.lt.trOorrom pre:lnd/00, but /intense the
nation would 'not bear AhOth or plank:in uss,'
platform made by 'Congress in tho - ci toi ,
110.41 gmembrient. • The mon who atiroolited•
~, ~.,,,,, wars, - opn, deargy enc.
zki-fiatie fear million enslaves. (illascw all
over the house.' end other • nemonstrallona al
Cl=frafilleg t ita%fr tht VZrt a , PA'
VA/to told. =am that .--- , 0 pf tho
would not atana u.: : 1 " ff 7 ""' ..---'
~2.x.r; acaskot,vitiriala, teing..th, tr. Abair,
an; desintig to. Mime for - New Yerr 04 tie
" tWft. , o l : ll iieir taiga, , took "tem floor to- speak,
Herrin[ negro traterace....lSlidie
tnola=rl: pest of tha ler
(41 Ws Amu pArt ma 91ki.
thirty thousand loyilPhien of 'Virginia ,
sponalbUityier the proposition Of neges sat-
signed bythe olotegatoetrem • Tennantee,swao
has-I:sew .etaltaled -Izam ,, ,sottag;,that 'State
heing treated 53 - one ores reconstameted, was
Delegates : -from the ..reconstructed.
_States who. Were In laver . of negro; suffram
wore then invited to -sign, what 'War' 'railed ,
the charter otunieessa
Resolution:el were offered .und adopted in fn.'.
vor of eubseriptton,..for the publication of the
Proceedings ae the Conventi
reset intone were then . adopted, among; thein,
one to present Congress with a copy of the ad.
dress. After a prover by . the Bev.hir:- 1,1104 -t"
eon, at three o'ciocktho Convention . adjourn.
CITY AND SUBIIRBAN.
(ADiwnorg. Loon am ON THIRD PATIE4
Tito Fifth 11. P. Church, teener of Wards
tragroaand W.ebster Streets. . 7
The heantiful now c hurch edifice Of the Fifth
United Presbyterlancongtegatioti of ULU' city ,
-recently erected upon the north.clist miner Of
Washington and Webeter .
cated to-morrow to the wOrship'el God. - The
dedicatory sermon will be delivered in the
morning by the zealous pastor of the Church;
Rev. S.D. Reed. In the afternoon an'appro.
priate sermon - will be preached by. Rev. Dr.
Tames T. Pressley, and In the evening Rev.
Dr. James Prestley will occupy the purply , '
AB the church edifice bee attracted cenald.
arable attention during its comae Of erection,.
we have made a brie! description rot the beao
tiful structnio reared to the glory of .God by a
congregation compelled :nearly altogether of
the mechanics and working classes or Our city.
Too much credit cannot be _awarded to the
members 'who AolitilbtitecLeOr. largely out of
their limited means to farther the completion
of such a creditable monument to their Fella.
ham zeal and faith:- .
The building; exteriorly, Makes a very 'lino_
appearance, being built of bright pressed
brick, two atones lw.height,'ln the modern.
style of arehiteeture,the froxitentrance being
on Webster street,with &number el handsome
shade trees on either side. The editleo is
ninety feet deep by sixty in width. .The main
entrance or outer door opens Into a 'vestibule,.
the walls of which are frescoed- In invitation
of gray stone work, and the liner covered with
en excellent quality of fine matting. Directly'
In front of the entrance is
rocarve d, t l -
om onthe h st aso A a e s th a r- u de of tu he e
vestibule area flight ,heavy_oakee .stairs,
protected by a: massive oaken ballustradc,
tastefully grained, that winds upward to-the
second floor, and Into another:vestibele,"
tar to the due below save that the upper One
is lighted by five windows, of sM leen glass,
through which the light - - comes . in subdued
streams, forming a sort et a twilight, in keep
ing with the character of the place.
Three doors, covered with green baize, open -
I out of this vestibule - into the audience room.
flare everything Is neat and tasteful In the
extreme. The three broad Aisles are covered
by a mosaic pattern of English Ingrain, the
colors being red and lack, with a golden
thread manning through the woof. Tho walls
are elegantly frescoed In great:massive pan
els, the centre of which are a Debt maroon
color, with gray cornice work, painted with a
strict regard to the light and shade. The
walls of this apartment are pierced by ton
pier windowe of stained glass—five on each
side—the space between the
tilled 'by panel. walla above mien ono Is an
ancient shield in fresco. The ceiling Is also
hendsomely fresco-2d, the colors being cheat°.
and appropriate. In the Mate is a large sun.
light with eighteen gas jets, the tight from
welch Is thrown downward by an equal num
ber of !diver reflectors. The most notable fea
ture, however, in the whole auditorium is the
pulpit, or chancel, which is at the-extreme
end of the room, immediately in front of the
main entrance and the spacious gallery over
the vestibule. it consists of a raised platform
two feet from the floor. eighteen In width by
eight In depth.
The front , ia solid, and is made to serve tile
purpose of a pulpit, while .the whole is cur
rounded by a ratting constructed in imitation
of tireelan urns, surmounted by a heavy cap
and supported bye paneled base. The whole
is painted f
ish snowy whiteness, - which con
trusts well w the ebony walnut furniture
within the railing. The rear of -tho chancel is
TreScood in imitation of an alcove or mosque,
the columns of which come to a focus at the
top or demo, the centre of which is pierced
withaft;orillee that looks out on the sky. a
I:mantled clock, with marble face, hes been
placed In the gallery by alessna Druiseath
Co.. Fifth street
&hootlicr, the Choreh is ono of the most
crixtltablo edifices .derotod to the worallin Of
God to be Musterer of the two Cities.
Zilsts. Tyr wete the architects of
the oniltling,and - Messrs. Marshall &MOrrtho .
Lodgers. The carpeting and upbOistry , wita
done by McFarland, Collins & Co., Mitr_ana
Cog by T. T. Minns, the painting hYwou-Kol
son, and hese° painting by liehrweldor
The basement of the Church, we mail add,d
will be used as lecture and sehoolrootrus. The
Curb La handsomely roOfectirlth dackeintes.
Theentire cost of the - tattlieW7sme VOA eX.
elusive of tile mery Valualdo.lM., - upon.which it
erected. The Down haVe nearly ell been tak
en and we learn thanheroare • numorOu.V. ap.
pheations for the remat,:kr— 4
The feebly man or Voro.ati • whoao oonstitti
tton has been dehatudecior exhausted by the
oilstone° of an acute diseimo, would natural
ly look about for soma retned,r7from whose cer
tain powers, relief could be oktiliii , d — w4t li
wanted in irrech a condition LlF.fithiteenbra-
Uwe, to Incite into healthy sietfkiltrL ik vari
ous organs of tho billy which liaVoneased for
a while to fulfil the various indications conso
nant with heolth—reader you will and such a
remedy In Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher. Tho
blOod, charged with noxious malarial and re
erumentitlous elements, is strainod and purl- •
by the various organs ItAllotritcd 'ffr that
_tr i tis t i l lg it rofrA ti tirri e tilO u L ia 'r. ti Ar ; L ee n s
all Blood - . The stomach, the yreparor of
too food which goes to the nourishment of
Ilfo, thabled by Dr. 6ryur , s Mood . &percher ;
to sefutruta tho d from the ule bl
irtdoli Ls .desigeed toross
rebuild tho y Crumb ling
frame and to glee tone and vigor to everr or.
Rea and purtwalch It Is destined to supply.—
Dyapayski, would be an 'unknown disease. It
Dr. layser's Blood Bcaraer were more .genor
ally known And niled—llver cOmplaints would
exist only in name. Dropsy: gravel, kidnoy
diem° sod itho ' no.
than any proiite-tary ratidieTo.o-10-fifis
States and every day brings' fresh trophies of
alto endurful curative powore. Wo Invite Mu'
tion of tho sick Mau to a careful. exam!:
nation or Mt iteniderail virtues and tho extra
prilicary cuma.it bey made; cures without . a
.pa.rejel. In • tho annals of inoalcal science. I
llama read the.following cortittcato : " • •
Terra. era dots itnenat.—Dr. -Keyser . : I
LINO been nfincto,l with totter or malt rheum
fur about thirty years. .The last tee yearo It
berate° orytzpolatoos,• It. was of Abe worst
whole body woe misery' with It
The /mom over soy body wore as largo as
copper cant. My Lace Mal OTO3 were covered
m trlthlt; that I was almost blind
put my bearing to such a dogroo that I could
slot beat without speaking very loud to me I
Irlint all hinds of . doctors of _overt , actiOei :Of
medicine for ye art without - MIT ininefiti and
Want to same a YOrYtreln, distance Who were'
- celebrated as phyoletrunt. .1 bad to koop
hands blur;-up , th erwore so treublonome and
covered with tau diarano..l atu now well, and •
Lase boon owed by taking Jose than a Mimi
bottles of. "Dr.'lLeySer's lhood Soareiter,o at
coat of. that . ninny dollars, where had sport
hundreds botoro. -You may publish lAts, fj pea
icaajor d.c bereft of other sufferers. • •
• • • , . -.ELizaurra Gauen,
-* - • " Chester. Wefts County, Ohlo.
Adthier Dr.. Kryieraßlood ScarcArr, andLoke
ollter;wt .110 Wood. street.' ao dollar per
bottle, or six bottles for five do ll s rs It your
druggist does not Seep It, write to Dr. Komit
nndlli willlorward by express .
Another Immense Immo groated 'Mies -LA.
oille„WintOrn last night the Opera Hon*
In her great Impersonation Of 'Lady Inaba, in
the romantic drama of East trine. As an ao:
itess Miss . Western itoino bat In
this rolosho sinks these all,•,ancrappears
most toperfection: !ler IntOrviow with the
hart In the 'third net, Ira meat confess is a
masterly place of arithig, and well calculated
to touch the beast of the most callowobaerv
or. Even thb wild. agony of roman° In fhb'
. scono Is 'eclipsed by the torrlbto anguish at
the deathbed of her child, In thci succeeding I
act. , in this eceme alio brings Soars from the
eyes of almost ovary auditor. ' •
To-night East Lynne will bo repeated.
• -At Um Academy of Music. Miss Annette ince
.oppeated last evening in her great character
ninety Stuart in nitwit , historiCal drama of
"Mary, -Queen of Scots: , To say that Mtn
Inca played tho ohmmeter well wells would. he but
hunt oralio When alto damning 00 much. !ler
reading : of the part was splendid while her'
acting was of that peculiar eicellonce that
rivets Alto attention an d.carrics the spectator
- from ono act to another 'almost 'against the
Miss Inca Is, tri our *etiolation, .ati act
..stsis or rare ability nod ono . who. always
pleasca... We- wore happy to, ism that tho atr•
tendunce eas touch larger tam any Pleceol
• ing night, and' that the andientio was coin,
• posed of tho elite, of our city. The Manageress; j
: hitsa IleLes, has. adrCatly won too confidence
of our theatre going people, and in a short
time_ Will become n - favorite, hero, An 101.
moose bill Is op far toelght. • , • . • •
I• the Old' DrOryi Mrs.. hums, 'Waller, ttio
great tragic queen, continue* to attract fair.
houses.- During the present wool alio hits ap: peered•in Boma of her :best • pieces, and last
night gape` her' celehmted speetaitY of the
i Woolns of 1111011, , !• To those who admiral the
logitiniatO_drama we. would - ,sity l • go.by all
IDwane and aeo Mr". Waller.• .
"e thinagers Smythe and Aims still tentinnet6
add to theattract ions at the Varfetlesoind
!'n tionsouttence, they aro reward ed by largo au.
dimmer. The list of first clots stars:Or this
I house Is sullielent to nil Ito : . nest 'lawn
• °rely ovenlog•by trio loran of fun and vertu
the PerfOrlnCLlloo3. It la tumleas to advise Mom
who by" boon tboro to go again, as they will
bo awn to do It anyhow. -
In addition to our regular plants Of amuse,
moon next week, wo arc to Lave the lamps
moor° minstrels, under the maziegirment of
Harry Fenton; for Miro° nights, at Masonto
Mali, tame USN on Monday evening, - That cote.
tinted son of Memos, JohneY rs with
this band, tinll of coon* it wilt .4nuscood • This
•troopo Is couied of a bright galaxy of Ettd-i
Olden S tars, w holmo won entio - ortmtrisitklm ?
In Inalsprofinalon... • • •
have passed upon ono 'Wang had nine to
indepeneont of Uorum casna... Monday v
ream h. W.A....a...4 Inv...
70 PPrii ,
- • .
and, festivities. of t::
Wheeling the priso'. ,
judgeb, 'for excollene.
"Pia i'.9 l, trizri - or,
- .ltobelle,• bird prize,:
rad, Pittstargh," •
.prite,Vni. , 2dublati•
KllM - oATheolln
,brogb; 'acecond" pr
burgh third prii;
ny`; -fifth prize„
oath prise, ,Phil
eighth prize, IL I
burgh; for comp`
burgh, for stage
Prise for Pupf2..
raft; woof C. Cc ,
. PISS Tel -,
/le school bonen'
was elected Fro,
How GLo i r
Nice Pr eat,
-A. Breed, Sacra,
men Were ep
'Browne h Reed, Maine”
B. Smi U. Gray, George Fait cot%
Wm. J. Thom traSIA Jams, Obarltw J. (dark,
Chrisicldier .111 o;T. Win. 11. Barri
son,Heary Lie d, Samuel Martm, A.. H. Bright,
Joha Flemin loony, George-. T.
Id,Clear4 Dr. ;llestetter. Adam. A.U.
Miller,' „ Bamtiel - Overt,' E. T. Crmslday, James,
Crawford 0:1 . .-jannesi Jacob Glosses, Samuel:
Wm.-Jr:warden; Isalah_DickeY; Gima
Dual Willis Booth, :A::2l , ,banolltobertifintar;
Win. Windlass,James rattonscmiWin.A.;,llol,
roni . Wm.. - Gorady,George - livana, - Jameilit
Banter, , Dram' John ilarrison; . Jainea
On - modem the: cbairman a - ii liti_Mnted a' Coin
.mittee riswon.Financea -Frirdhiaredra,
posed orMcsara John Fleming, Jacob ti osser,'
Wm: M. Gormley; CMzir- and Minty
On motion,Mditlatrinan appointea a Coin-
mitten of Bra - to mom= speacers, composed
of Messrs, -Samuel Ewart, -D. B. Morris, Geo,
Wilson, A. U. Miller and Wist. -- 0. Moreland..
On motion adiourned, . to meet again
- which meeting duo notice will no given-1J? tilo
The Fell T'irade..• F
Our mortabirMs-74Wil:m0pa es
whose business fis ;tri Sibg .
'Tostrtimoto wak roillilithattic#4446itainio6
=aro making? lir ipaisitlpni- for 'the fall anil
witik . the regilitta stock; .
Among those who are Malang theineolvea
preeminently conspicuous - in providing for
the fall trade isidr. William Fleming, the pro
prietor of the imgehat,hap;aud to
No. LIS Wood street.. During elate visit to the
east ho purchased an immense supply ot hats,
and an caps. of all styles, ; that he might. be pre
pared to please the taste era-Bean Brio:emelt;
_were be to favor au. Fl ming with a call: :A
man may be the .tlass fashion'- and the
mould of form," but let him but appear in a
wretched bat and the beauty of his person. in
destroyed, Holmes in his •.Rhymed Lesson"?
particularly warns the - male biped from wear.
ing a .shoeM. tat?' and weagree with Mai
But the bat and asp bualness not, the: only
one for - which Mr. alernitura house has gained
such a nOtorlety for his • line atocaof roos.
from the cheap limb to the cottly.and elegant
sable—cannot be excelled by anylotber ',home
•in town, Besides all this, -this .pricesat this
house are so low as to admit of but the slight-
Before snot, lying yourselves, ladies, with
fors for the winter; Vive our friend, hlr. • Flem.
lug, a call, and our.word forit, you will - have •
no cause to regret the visit.
Women of the War.
This is a new woikby
`of the Record." It is written In
the very best style of this well known 'and
.popular 'author, and completely :enchains the,
reader's attention from the preface to the clos ,
Ins page. It is fell of !talking picture:lain
vivid descrip tions of scenes - enacted in the:
late war, an , many otber , ..works
that. subject, is literally true; being In fact
nothing lees than a history ofllle many noble:
women, who, in the hour or their country's
peril, performed.daring achleoiments for the
came of liberty and right :._ .
ole ctned i nnarrative af
performed by real heroines during
the period referred to.- , Among-these are the
Msketaryenes of two ladles of our own. city, Ulm
undlldias be xruitt . ..T: Fowl. This
is a book that shoul . d be plar.ed in - the er hands
of every mother and daughter In the country;
that the :bright exeiffe set them bi t . ts.
own sex might net bel it to , them', essrs.
Emery a Uoilrea; No. VS Fifth street, are the
agents for this pnbliesixon, and these wishing
the work should applyt - to them In-- persom : or
by mail.- Alp:wawa wanted to sell this - book
in West Virgbilis,. wcaern .rpnuaylvgapa •'arm
Western Now:York. , . ,
nye drunks. four **es and ono tesnalii,
weto Wore too FlonotAllayorillcCortliy,.y4-
t,er4.np niorninv, Tyro 'testa their tans, and
the rrtne n,ler wore to Jail . for twenty-
• Thrto young men were also before hie Donor
charged with disorderly; conduct. Their
names are Stanley 11. Foley, John P. Barry and
Marcus A. Primate. They attempted to cuter
a respectable house. under the impression that
It was a hone° of Hi-tame-5o they say. They
Insulted the femalevortionottheramily, were
err ^ the lock- up, taken
- COnTtitu. _
bomusbuterlt teal, but tbs
bo known by tit° explrattanor
. Among the important eater - prises whlehOre
so oaustanti7 starting up In oar adder;sisoll-
Ma the trade of theiCity;aell 13t111 higher. ad..
* vandal. Its reputation a • great mart - Of
roaratfacturem Is the Pithberg4 l'oper:3lalis.-
.facturing CtsuPosla whose Oillet) and ware;
are at as , Thirl - street: •• This tletn cui rk ir tas . ..
-has purchased; and at 'great ealsouse
ed aunt improved; the celebrated ht.".
per anzo at Steubenville, nail also an exten..
sive mill near New Brighton, At theao eStab•
Ilshmeets are produced in large %minable,.
several varieties of raper, 'such as prkitlng,
tack, hardware, mauilla 'and wrapping; -also
' rooting fen. '4 heavy end wall assorted sloth.
will always be fauna at their depot. The Sec
retary and agent of the Company -for Misch - 7,
Samuel Biddle, Eag.date Yostuuutter. ot
whorty, bo foetal hare; Of over, Uttyll;lC;
Obilg/Fr and PrulEPt Illan.of business,
. . ~ . .
A littio,daughter of Mr. Ernest Miller, -re
siding at:lie-110 Centro avenue. wan severely
scalded, Yietaidiy afternoon,-by upsetting a
tea urn containing boiling te a , upon her ilet4
de The u was sitting on the table, near the !
edge, d th e little ono, who is. only :four:or •
dye y of agO, was endeavoring to fill a tie •
With e liouldorben landscended on her bead,
sealdreg bar breast arms in , a terrible
manner. Dr. Marron . was anm.monad. wadi
dressed', the tittle one's injuries: Ire ex
pressed some doubt as to her ultittiato reont,
s no Rotators, rociverillon.—ln all prebs,'
Witty. the National hailers' and Soldiers ,
oaten to be hold tore on the nth Inst., wilt be
anon! the grandest affairs orer known In this
city. la all• the loyal. Northern giates the
senn Tli lit ire4 r n e tigt - ir 1 13 ... p e14. i li m n eri P t r ti g er..
Tbo lo cal e
poople,are reenestru et.once to set
.about making arrangements for receiving the
brava fellows In an appropriate " manner.
nage should be irot-Peuop. deeorathinS Pro.
pared. Mottoes painted, ens ha short ovary_
thong. which might conduce to the general en."
thtislasm Of oh the occasion should be attended
to. The soldiers of this distslot . are anxious
'that their brethren shall zroectrOsueb . a
• tonrous welcome as Pittsburgh only. knows
how - to giver the gallant Ate - fenders or our
..,_vasfeas -Awes tOoVatted
ei s i CS DlBtrict •Sestenlay morn ing„ on
• motion of District attorney CarnatninA map
. meats were entered in this eassi.or the United
States Tali: D. /ipso, Monty Olpen and
Icmtt and &Isola Merano of 'berth:ALM Shies
Maury. it Doge" forpleadoir With IN 1).
.ammon.l Lad Goo. Jr..Trocaar t .
. thl same Court, and at the dame Time the
legal thine halinuclapsoti, the' report of tile
Commit - stoner to record to the appropriatien_
or funds arising from- the sale at tho steam
4,saray,t. was confirmed ainalute,aztertho
clerk directed to tilstrilauto the roads nOCOrri-.
:.•Aloidtdow. •Desta.—Corener, atittsott. ‘7lB'
claw upon ytiotOrtloy le held an Inquest. upon
'la body Sof ayouna Liermaa, donut' Christian
amithi he_ellod. suddenly , prates-4v, at Atm
DU, Ifook•In liosorve
oWnship.' Teo deceased Vali Tem large sad
had edlt/9W perfect-health up till a
.ken tainatos previous riedeath,•• no J.aa Sin
' about twenty-two Team Or !Wei Wild a
hatcher by tratio:_• „The .Ihquest, rusalted in a
Terdlotto tit° . 'Direct' that the Alocasacti had
died franitala apOplectio Straka._
Strnek her 'Mater.-EllO% McCarthy ah
! peered before Alderman Lynch zastorday and
made 01 Inagalnet hez ester. Mary Montan,
for 'assault and battery. The Attetalt7 e.
gated - in Ellen callme the worth!' 'Menge ) 0 .
.11rslkeux Water. wltereoPon MLI7 WM*
'wroth and balker ma cleal e.l:lleu a bloat likthe
Ate; "males ber about the temp]..m. The In:
• lon or/Lary. acunowhat enlaided - . when
Abe - vas arralgrao4 bolero the. malletrete for
t h° .2 ff o g leatalid• Wwl h 0 10) tigt .•
THE WEEKLY GAZETTE.
TWO EDTTIONS HOED.
oa zarEosysztvzs AND ativiateArs.
Tad aeltkni bitorincrdedyvtleb will reach be nt.
scribers apatutet a thalami rex.
Ira& Si 50
tabiddonotito o - hicli pre
dayof goodstotho passer
the - city that can surpass
;otos & .12ell,"No.,:1 Fifth
;how cram- tuo °ld batch
'* tho xilsor, ho. cannot
that establishmnt, and
ut seeing something that
pan stonOlacty friend of his
po—nitil - 10ttirgrItli lie goes
Aml then 'lt appears to be
- arell't/1e handsome holies
hrorol occasions while. In
i have been attracted to tho
Egi Acm'irdtglogrili wi4'llido
1 they board R o odsital:L i oT tb tati,. 4 l s ftu :'llate4t at nell o.
no to take otit Word for It,
rourselt. ' .
heatfentleri otter readers
ord. prifcaadolm Martin
other sh oal
kin 0, neat a , ..1 ,:era..iltiOns
a 'style'lth :XX prove Ullrfl
editionsly b . Ol, and repair ,
.--. '---- ' Ige of the me.
in rro cheer
to. Lat Lib.
re,Esq.',"and Lady, ot
and Ludy, o Lawroactevflle,
Etwii 3 Of Van:m
oldy, of Alleghay, and Miss
nehestor. - Tho:tOurlsts, kayo
y at lunne, havirr . boon gone
tths, during - whleu 'Limo they
al of enjoyment. 'fin = I 4U
to r 11 6, 7314 grand festival held
by the Lincoln Ottawa* leolore4 0711411 e:
ny city, was 10 every respect a complete sue
co. Our colored folks turned out en masse
and blitwoonlxi dale, daneing Ana Atromensd.:
hirl quite' a pleasant tttnc. The boa of
onto? characterised tho Mfair. Thu , Uncut n
Gaards desento tauch.Pfulge for the bighlY
credltabitrdllanner they.arrauged and curried
out Ills tney.first_pnblioniOn.
Miaidtiffitifie - -Of,tiliaPeet.;-At a recent
meeting Of the Carimeters , and ..lbinars , Caton
of Allegheny Clty, waerles orresolntlons Wore
taiwPted wantesslveOf the : deep torrew they
feel over the death of their late hignly esteem
ed member, Mr. J4=o3'l'4'4lll=B. lie :woe an
bonorable, hlgh-tulnded gentleman?. and this
expressfenormatuning and:respect for his
memory most prove a balm of consolation to
the storrowatrfekon family' of the deceased.
SiGruL,‘A heayy storm of wind
and rain passed around the city yesterday at
tentOon, a portion of-it passing over the city.
The clouds were so dense that the'elty was en
serVeloped time, the Court room,
e were at theit was found no.
'ccasazy to light the gat :•
117ged. with "Lareeny.---James Thonip
.sOn':was before 'Alderman Taylor, yesterday,
,charged arlth the lexceny of an eight day clock'
from the residence of Jane Milligan, on Pike
street, in tee Fifth ward. The accused gave
ball for a hearths . lades.
ncreidar...l , .ept. Sib, at D o'clock
. 1 4.1 r Wit. 4.1114.11a11if, to the &Itch rear of
lsueral from the reshleitee of alersott-ln-taw,
°eerie 'Stager, Jr., East Marty, Tuts (eaten:lay)
MUUMUU, at IC o'-clock.
.v • ICENNEDT- 4 ...entetaber ,tb, aged Alleghen,
7 . 1 c-LEOIVIVILLSONKKNNEDI:, nve oaths
and- abtoon - dam only • child of Andrew T. zed
14.t1e J. he4actiy, of tAkhorrt, linnets.
COLTAV.T — ilterlmrsday, t spit. Gth, in(l, et lo;f
gyeloet RUDER CL. CULTAIIT. Zeq., low
, taln. 1n.:1.130'4th Pausa. Cavalry, In the al year
' .... l 4,rhtleral:‘ , lll take, place from the realdenee of
Ws . toother,'s: ()Aland. nun (Satnrday) APT= •
NOCiifoit o • elock: , •- -
Feet. Oth, 1803,
hi:the:3d year of his age. • .
The Inner:al ',nil take place from hie Late residence
on.Ohartiers street.. West Manchester, on liAitill
.DAT3 the sth Inst., at It o'clock A. 31 Carriages
will leave W. It...i.icrore's, on Grant street • at
'o•eloek A. )4. The friendsof the fatally are invited
to attend without further notice.
gILLDAVO dt 3 iETE.llL—The
beautLfal “tlodls . =acre;t•the largest ritbarban
places..? sepulchre. except one, la tats comity, alt.
Anted ow Noss IlrEgitton road, Immediately north at
A u tlgegiirt° g rStitW3 01 9 VouPititirdif,°' eats
No.;T9 Stnitkaeltigt,Cor. "Stbr4
tEnttaaceir can .clrestth Street.) 44,
3 E 4 WWW 4I, 33I3 . IELGSZL . , -
Asn4a3 S.AIIIMILIC STIMET.
. . .
No; klinakh werces,:rittiiixtrge, j
Pa. COFFINS of
MUM ds.'llll.AP/14.0.4(W1ta,m0d orerodeocrption
at if amoral. Farnomi too klooas surrasnen. auras
opento y andttutt, ticsie andr larmane .licvemiacar—licv. David Kerr
W.:Jacobus, Thomas Emma, 0.. Jacob ki
BT. win - mit Co ry
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Itnnebeetti, Wood's Ran and vlcnany.
OFF ROOMS, Al 'TAANCRESTER LIVERY STABLE
•Conicrin Snoinald and Obs.rticre streets.
ist..and Carriages urnished.
t.T. for th...
and 'for the bet.
fn the Borough of
L. N '
Joh. ti b
:lune* Koba 21.7- , •
cl to Vol elltrons fae'
above subirets, and teat
Power Mu staborftloo L
'scdtablo Police Foroook.
, fags tor OIL InFlok.e.
WILVILLT. Sept. N,
obo. reooest hereby la
vueerillo god Hatfield to
C. gni:tie; Wilit C it "l I
u_u orouth estahllsh
..!.-:..:.-k - :! :- - ,.. , ' : ..- : -.:........
tvcry %req.. QUlney a.. Scott is called
upon to Manx 2Lrtidclal Tooth In casts svl lore
other dentists have tried, been pant. ond/cuted,
Mulls overxessolds work gives entlresatts•
faction. lb is quite an artist in his tin
business, and has inertly to azatulao ammo in
know how toostleulato the tooth so %bellboy •
will present's bandsomo 'arm nstural appear-
mteo, and wall 'masticate the food Lhorougi dy.
Hispriceiare rower than those 0,/ any deniiss •
in ihs eitz and lin will gueratitee lils work ti bet
superior; So It would bettor for any 'Ol Our
readers who are 'ln want of teoth„„to eall utton
LhoDr. in the prat. place r and thereby 'two
their Mao nua. ir!opoy. • MO would Also assure
those persons who at o salibting th diseased
And unsightly teeth lhnt Chap Mtn bar° Liam
extracted inhateser. by ealho
upon Dr: Scott.. lie has extracted tor ewer te n
thousand persons wltaian: tato last loyou Yoarot
and among intl' large number tnero is not 21(0
Care In which his prooms /maim:nod Injurious.
the oOntrary, ha can ;refer to uumbars Of
;la tritlonia wto,Citith/ tx. Ulm begs ba ,, a lll
-In ronovrixi health; Ile extracts nmakaragal
ly bythO now. "Ithlgolene or TSPor" 1 1i1444 4 3 .
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