The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, October 29, 1866, Image 2

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XONDAY, OCTOBER 20,.18G6.
TEC NEW ADNEN'STRATION.
Gemaul ' GEAIIY laY 119 t, unliirly be
ranked as a new man in the politics of the
State. lie has never, held office in At at i
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leastfione of prominence; and during the
war was away, honOrably enbiged in the
•• military employment of the country. Ile
owca his Loniinatioti and election to - the
-Governorship not; at all to cliques, and
intriguants, but to his personal cbatacter
and public services. The eyes of the loyal
men of the State turned to him because he
Ras not battered in politics, and because.
Ida conduct during, the whole period of the
war had inspired confidence afid command
ed respect There were coMpefitors in the
field against : him for the nomination, who,
Wider ordinary circumstances, would have
been formidable. Ccinblnations were
formed axiom: potticians .1.0 secure the
choice of one or nother of these com
petitors. here 4re points of time at
which these combinations promised to be
' , all-powerful; but they came to naught, not
by treachery, but simply because the popu
lar current set strongly in favor of the
General, and could not be overcome.
In thecanvass that followed the enthua•
iatm swakent,tl Ly General GEARY drew
all factions and all interests in the Repub.
liettn..iauksbeartify into his support. The
issue and the man were Loth too great to
admit of ,jealousies,
.heart-burnings and
alienations. All divisions of the party
having contributed equally, and with like
enthusiasm to his election, bare a common
interest and.pride,in the success of
hih ad
ministration.
In these important particulars General
GEARY occupies a vantage ground of singu-,
lar He has it clearly within his
poWer to cleanse the patty, in large part,
orold feuds which have distracted it; and
this without doing injustice, or having in
justice lonc, tb any body, much le . ss ai
men n•Lo are eminent for worth and ork .
By changei in the Constitution, which
we do not regaid as fortunate, because not
tending to a wholesome administration'of
- the laws, the Governoi hasAittie patrunave
at his disimsal. Such as - : ' he has, lie will
find fruitful of perplexities„.jathey than
,prolific of advantages. It will be to him
not a help, but a hindrance. Whatever
good be projmees—whatever reputation he
mates—will result from nwise and steady
adherence t the cardinal priuciplei and
measures for the defence of - which the Re
publican party is set. To this en , l, we ad-
vise Gen. Geary to cull . about Ma, in the
^ few places to, whic:h he has the prerogative
o[ nominatht or appointment, men who
nre - coosplciousfor - .13(1 fidelity ; who
- are mote intent on the predominence of
fundamental ideas than thesuccess of any
clique ; who are outsbie of fictions because
too great and true to be bound by them;
and who co-operate 044 the Republican
party, not l'or -what airy c:u m.ekc out of
it in the way of pecuniary sales or otl:cial
promotior.s, bat because they hold its pro
fess:sit principle. to . be of vital con:-.cficnce
to the maintenence nt equal liberty and im
partial justice, nu•l are In , active sympathy
With tite main scutiments by which it is,
aniabitt;cl. In :Liz ^ rhe will reb‘in the
positiob be now fills as th9..acktviwledgeci
leads of the pony by AtUth he was cio..-:en,
.still to plczno!c: its anity and 11FC ,
caluee..s, and will ple.par , .: till Tray before it
(or new tritimpbs whicti Chill yet more
firrnle rot:said:lto ito power,
"
paten sl
.or good ttry , uzli,at the been
,htrie:-.lof the republic.
after the October olections there were
i aclications that the rreshierzt wouid cease
attempts to co:•ire . Concress into the
cidoption of his Folic; There t-as a pause
in the reniorinz of Federal oiTccrs-hoiriers
because they _would .net surrender their
rrlnciplee. It.ricas repel ted, _evert;
credence, that two inetub,2rl. the Cahl-
net, in view of the popular verdicts,-bad
advised the Presiden! to revfro his cur
poses, even to tbe extent of faijina iii with
the Congressional Plan. Later it was st t•
teti the Secretary c the Tntasury had de•
dared he would make no more 'removals
cxcept'for cause. All these evidences of
übatement of hostilities on the part of the
Executive have disappeared. Decapitr,
item among the of have been restam.,
. ed, and other.and stronger proofs Lana' not
. wanting that the President is rcsolved,still
to pursue the path he marked out for him
self, under Mr. SEWARD'S inspiration,
soon after he reached the picsidentialchair.
What has wrought this change? Who
ever has read and duly considered the im
port of certain telegrams from Maryland,
lias.tliscovereil the reason of it.
.13,y break.
lug doWn the legal barriers existing
against rebel soldiers exercising the right
of suffrage, the President hopes to gala
two or three ruembers'Of Congiess, favor
able to his views, in that State. The
- measures conceived and entered upo n by
the Governor arc so clearly revolutionary,
and involve such serious hazards of armed
collisions as to force the conviction,that a
. pledge of military aid bail' been obtained
• from the President before the initiative.
was taken. I.Os , certainly to he liciped
that the men ;`tf Maryland will not
take counsel of their impulses. but will act
rigidly under the control of their judg
ments. It is,betier to suffer Wrong than to
precipitate an issue which may lead—no
one can foretell whither.; There arc l'ett
tent remedies for any injuries that may be
cm:fluted on them. The courts and Con
gress are competent to undo any wrongs
that may be done, ;
In New , York the President a l ma his
friends hope to gain some membersurCon•
gress by the same criminal. methods That
were employed in this State in the counties
oflanzerne and Yolk. An immense nuns
- her of naturalizations have been effected,
and thousands more will be aceomplished.
The process is performed in such hurry
- and inticeencyai to awaken more than a
suspicion 'that it is not done honestly.
While the Registry Law furnishes some
security against fraudulent voting, it does
not abaolutely exclude fraud, as was •the
, expectation of those by whore efforts it was
enacted. It puts ballut•bos stuffers to ad
ditional labor; Involves them in some great
er risks; but it does not 'effectually stop
frauds. • •
WL'atever gains the President may hol e
to make tneue expedients cannot give
hic. and his Volley uutjtuitieu in' the new
Ihntscs. it may - 1•e ;t:...uutcd, thcrelbre,
that tile Prosidtint.hau decided, as all risk;,
, "to fight it out on that line:" no matter
tivhhS Coi3gtces or the people may ordain.
Ali Slit rephblleans la ofilee, reftn-.
6:in Lion the presidents al despotism, ditty
as Itroll less; their heacla with what grnce
they cash c smmand. Their _successors alt
ready tor the honing 'and cut llumes,te.
What Is transpisivs shows that Ithest• sue
ees.ors are -neither conservatiT4 repels!".
rims, 'Fur scar dentocruts, but ddemocrats of
the :copperhead sUecies; .
Who welt
heartily he - rebels in synipathies and ,
ednvicsiOLlF, ttir,:ughout the ww, awl are
wita :4Cll.l.!..vilugiugaroun'cl the
u4-01e . ",41e . President,h4e'got . entirely. out-
sid, the crm i munion 0f1 , 12, a; ILcn,
u 0,,, h ut ti,lother br , t rcutly in
his schemes,
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lion. t,aiatucl A. PurVance
Eutrons GAzF.TrE:—:Anteng the names
which have been presentee for the United
States Senatorship, there a: e; we are sure,
done which :Would be so acceptable to the
1
Sttite at, Urge ; and none which woe hl I.ring
..
to the courwils of the nation more shallog
weight antrworth, than the name of Sam
uel A. Purvlance. .. , - i
As a :Representative front the 23,1 Dis
trict 'Rif two terms, inhe National Con
gress, he exhibited maned adminidrative
ability; as well as unswdreing patriotism to
the country and devotion to the right.
As Governor Cundn's Attorney General
he developed a character for puergy and,
honesty which was Let too ttle apore
dated. ' ,
:
Its a word, lion. Samuel A. Purytauce is
just the men that Pennsylvania wants in
this crisis—a man whdavoteld not Cowau•
like betiay his party nor sell his birthright
for a mess of pottage. We do no.l propose
to diScuss, hut , the relative claims of the,
prominent aspirants for election, among
whom are john - W. Forney, Simon Came
ron and Andrew G. Curtin. Suffice it,
they are eastern men, and we want a west
ern man. . We want a man, too, Whose
garments are unsullied—a man who would
never prove recreant to his trust. In
Samuel A. Purvianco we have such it taut
—a man who has been tried and not found
'wanting. !
In calling attention to Mr: P. 'we have
1 dente so without consulting him, and do not
. know that he desires to bet Candidate.
But, taking into consideration the ~! ,i.ns
of the west, and the britiortence of haying
a true and tried man to represent our State
in the Senate of the United States, we have
taken the liberty of thus presenting the
name of Samuel A. Purylance.
, . .
.. • TWENTY-I'IIIRD DpTIIICT
Allegheny, October 2-6, 1866. -
'STtfE NEWg
•
• BitoSEJAlL. — Robert Crown, COO tilled in
the jail of Lawrence county, charged I
murder; escaped on:Friday eveniug,lhe4
19tVin.it. - And at the same time Frank
Gregg,.also charged with murder. They
escaped &tint thuliall of the prison by sw
ing. a staple in which there was a padlock,
and also sawiurof the despot a padlock
that was on the door, leading from the hall
t 9 the yard. The second door was locked,
but by some - means they turned the 'bolt,
and got into the yard of the prison. They
tlieu tied two benches together with a I
quilt, which had been torn by them into
Strips, by which means they ascended the
wall of the prisonlard—t hey descended
the wall by means of a rope.
; Bow they
procured the. saw and rope is a mystery.
Brown isabout twenty-eight:years old, six
feet high, and !proportioned—fair shin,
light hair and blue•eyes—has a scar on hi i ;
I..sboulder from a pistol shot w ouud. Gregg
is about five feet eight inches higltheavy
built and slightly stoop shouldered. Are
ward of three hundred dollais is offered for
their arrest and detention until delivered
to the sheriff of this county; or for
either.—Lt ;create journal,
I IJEATTI OF TWO OLD eit IZENS.—We bare
1 this week to record the death of two co the
oldest mtizens . of Jefferson county, both of
whom were well known to - nearly every
person in our county, aud few leave so to.
voralde a record behind them.
Mr. John'Matson, Sr.. died a. ch:s reEi•
deuce in Rose township, on Monday iniu-n
-ing last, aged about oue bundled year:.
Ha Lad resided Foy Ilse greater liars 5) a
century in this county; and leaves a la7z.!,
rangly—zim ten ecildnar —htb,ides minter.
otis oilier relatives and frien.ls to inqrn Lis
loss. -
Mr. James Corbett died at the residence.
.11 L. Wood - , Esq.,
tn this ornine; bged
about 73 yrare. Mr. Corbett leaves JAHN,
eblidrev, .W. W. Colbett, Mrs. W. I'.
.!mils and M s -li. L. Blood, besides many
I'tiCi;tlS, to mourn. Lis los.,
Thus have two of our oldest citizens
iteCn „..athered Lome, niter a long life - of
usetulnese.—Th.
A GRAND btrObTOrt..—Att individual
calling himself Sautuel Saunders, bat, hecn
ttaveling estsusively in this county for the
onleitsibte puroose of- raising money to
erect It State . 31 ' ouument to the lissors who
fell nt Gettysburg. The scoundrel • sue•
audit in getting a large rum of money
from. our citizens. He wits su,piemiteit
very sharply of being a swindler in SC
Clair township, and was arrested, I,Ut 611,-
c,e6cd in making his escape , front au epr.in
s'ot , of the residence of Glileou
Esq.'', on Tuesday night, she lath li:,-
n . .bleUteie a blanket, and letting hiluse.t
down: He was . dinsseir 111 a-IJ;ark' deli
F.IEI, is t.uppvsed to he fire feet nicht inch's
iu height, with benvy black 1.110V:slat Lt and
whiskers. It is suppossd that. its Las
rested in - collecting ses . eral the.usited
I a s.—Brayerd ri 7 vire'''.
lims teen the
&sits of many citizens of our c ,-. .unty, for
some time, that n suitable monument b
eret:et' to the 'eueniory of the token 11; rooi:
ofL,the late wa-, and for the. puriose
furthering this good work an' As;ociation
has boon organized, ofIleor:s elected, and all
the necessary prellinivarici attended to that
will expedite the completion of a strue-
Jul e that will rs fleet wont open the patri
otism and liberality of the pope of Jeffer
son county.—Brookuille Ranublicait
SUDDEN DEATIL—It is Stith regret that
we announce tini sudden 'death or Mr. A.
Johnston Wilson, of Neshanuovk town
.hip, on TueSday cvenin ,, ,lust. le was in
the orchard. picking apples from airee—iin
descended from a Mr, awl, staled to,Lhe
person with him that his back pained him,
icon after which ho fell over and expired
in a few minutes. Mr. Watson was one of
our most- respectable citizens, anff his death
is much to be regretted.' He leaves a large
connection and many personal friends to
mourn his death.fb.
Tuc the publication of the Alleghenian
has been discontinued by its editor, the
Bon. A..A: Barker.
Account:Ps to ' k tite Jonesboro (Tenn.)
Flag, the conservatives have a wax of pro
' Meting the freedom of the press Which we
du not fancy. It says:
"Another daring attempt was made to
destroy the Mug Alice by fire on Friday
night last, but was foiled by the tine being
discovered through a mere accident, In tin e
to extioguish it., Iladlthose vile, incendi
ary wretches effected their base tlesizn,
three boys (aPprentices) ,could hare perish
ed in the flames. • Wino can content! late
so damnable a deed without a shudder?
But, as we said before, they. arc known,
and will finally rectivetheir jar compen
sation of rpward —as also those who
comae:sante and.nid them. We have re
treated fur once with our office, • behind
more ionioegnahle fintifications, and mean
to fight the cowardiy scoundrelsout on this
line if it takes lea years! They can no
tip,re prev..m. us from publishing a loyal
Paper in Jonesboro thau step the sun, moon'
tut stars from revolving around their or.
hi ' s ' The' good work must and shall go on,
trai'ors, incendiaries and assassins to the
contrfirruotwithstanding."
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' TRADE ON TIM Gitt:AT hEs.---Sixty
years ago, says the Troy (N . y 3 Tri„- g
speaking of the great ICe6teru. lakes, tiler::
was scarcely a craft on these waters Itr , er
than an Indian canoe. Now the tonnage
of side-wheel steamers alone Is ion 'sly;
tons. •In . l - Sll the Cross antount of the lake
trade, independent of the property
stoutly changing hands, cost of vessels and
profits of passenger trade, amounted to
li,/,000,000. Its 1561 it had increased to
1300,000,000, and in 1661 to $560,P00..000.
.;:lt the present - rate of increase the lake
t . :fonmeree of 1871 will amounts to the en.
ormous stun of 1,000,000,000. In leso the
northwestern.lakes were navigated 173,600
vasseis, whose aggregate burthen ! wits
400,000 tons. ',They were manned 1,3:
0ver.13,000 seamen, navigating overii,Ooll
mile; of lake end river. coast, and frans—
portiiag over ~ 600,000,000 of export;; and
vntliot ts.
I- A MISTAKE.—A thy-goods mer
chant iu Vernniut advcrhises us ninon's :
"The reruale who curried tan pair td - black
kid gloves 'rota our store took also, by tois
doubtless, half anuther.pair. She
.I.3lT.zpeetrUlly requested to return the odd
glove or to come to our store and get. the
-onn left, as a tingle glove, like a single in.
dividual,'in poor stock until rusted."
.
Tdouias Young, an Eaglisbnisit;
has been appointed to the chair ni Ensoisi t
merature in the ,Queen's Lidiast,
made vacant hy..the death of tine /ate Pro
lemur
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L.,. :5 i itniliar wit..—iii•i•l iii •it'itllt•lLt,, as ! ILLALCItti IN ALL titta,t , or''
repri,eiii•ad . in a l•avii,:eii 11110 r-flan, ,1111- • .
Government ::::Ciell.ritnt3,
I 1,0, tl t ttli, ICI! I. liars been toucti,,l . ovcr i
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,It:, re d ochre. Api,,, , i1h.,: ;in tilt capt:tin, . .t 01 Ol n E . I.
a Exchange, ,
.:., the thrt,u,/htailwayu.ll,l, the saint liar- '
, Gold, Silver and Coupons.
der IN ill be In foruie,l it. 1- lilet.tiCne aglltil illlll 1 COLLECTIBS Ina•tt: so all .ecasiLin polutil 111
isljoiaiug the E,,tab:islimeat ties Baia; de • ~, trut ,„,..., c ,,,,,,,,,,.
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" The .exterior of this Disaster flit'hallUll ' interest allowed on, Tune Deposits.
is 1;0 Divan. i•11.:.•-ia4 li.i the eye Leitlier •0 1 .-,,inaLips :;,.(1 - iNiu,s BANii
OH it ttll ililpit, I:tt. Nl,ifOl' %lilt/ 1,115 1.11 C,.. : 1
antes, on being earned. Vje E:i2n: IMO CU!. 1
41ty pits; bottle had sealer in theta; limn
r • •
otners the tido had t:er,l , . out,. mid the few 1 X7-1. 4 P or Icorivtfsci 1i 3.8430.
living: thli. - 0' v. ;Lic w
: el thcie /It the ebb- r
like "BArk: , .," lied gclit 011 t. with It: ; OFFICB, N 0.77 FOURTH STREET.
1
"A. few tlahbv wore crait, .!.itte wrinkles
and pecten, gaping for air and watcr, a ;e:) , „!
urchin or two, their' j,rckets . if' lime and.;
nietrinrane qi dry that tucir!plueS and :suck ,
ers were 1.7.• tures lilt, theni., -. 1v,, , ,. several
deadang ..ymgd:ll-I . c.n.t , ina , ...!. ep.1,,,,um
1. , :t.! t . t . N., tre.e , in‘s non - , ii,..., dee! , . it
seemed a , iiaos et' v.in..., L0i . .... , tn..11:•.,e,, - Ilba. 1
hie openings. There were legions of title
pipe, whicii apte:Zt. , ,!,l to 11:150 FUN definite
direction, leSding to every place and Iron;
ever y rlace, eros•in it and reero;!.ing until the
eye failed to take in tiny thing but au incr. '
nlicable confusion of lisle: and . lines if rope.
It sug.gc;ie!rthe (ileac,: it; being ths,.work of
beavers mud 1:111-1:: at ~, It '.'no ~, , Atd have
iin.i . OuLd them “pect to mating dialling
Pipe, all 1. ,. .,i, :ae, no tuns ot concrete. lu
this state - et hatted hope a 1 , 1„ - erchman heck. 1
oaed lac v;,:pir to Pillow him, 'and rhook ,
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',2i,'lot. ad at till lie lid hien contemplating. j
We crossed FeV,l , ll 62,0 pits nu emerow.l
planks, llireatled - Oitt Way, pa-t a I.lle ut hinny
I looking rocks, down over it slotting kind j
' of place whets water tea' . dropping trom a 1
stream above, tint tumbled into a chant'
and (dimppeared, nail alier winding along
1 a damp, intrien.te,l,thyrintli , iike pa,3ge, we
eame ;41.1,1,4 into an il,illll,,lse cavern. !
Tito mourn I:, at a rung:, goose, a! - ,wit !
sixty feet long, au!: net quite FO . w idea Th,,,
cen!„,ce is supportOt Olt massive pillars made !
Ito les( ml , :e stalactites, while ttneughf the I
I arched and.L.lootny 19. , .. tight Fiemis in toys-
1 terieusly.
i"Real a; the inure lead. , still much More
strongly h. the hint g of really under I
the sot brought honSe 10 Inc \Clete along i
the ;ides and fronting the ct.traure to e yen- i
!able, and not inemplimically, a Ittlllitt...r of
Smail sea.,;,..iv;rrilike openings are skillMily i
tattle in - the sides of the vault, the front, of !
which are ofgi.iss, tel into the illegal:idles ;
of the concrete; the intertors of these Ini!es I
are of all shape;, arid ale holowed cut. into :
quaint dem, and . turiting-place, for ,ea•li,h
to skulk and hide in; only ^. few ;if them
are as yet coruplePed, but in those that are
tilled with ;ea water the light i•so artfully
and cleverly admitted that one can : , .0.. tin talti ,
,to the space; It is like
. t7,azirF. in t to an !trot:it,. :
Itie , extent, of ‘k :w 0—: , rea, looked up
through, instead of down in,...
"Tn.: at tint 10' W it ,, 31 tlt', clever pit , tlue.
tiOn 'hits Lien or : qt. : 111,0, ii i , 7.1.. Edouard
Deli:W.oU: I, atul under lii, carver and
1,1.10 untuag - enient it I; 1 : 11-nail - g; otvlng to-
~ var,i ,sirtili!etion. Pei,: t NelliNlsers - that
this rams ar.i. t is to to• ,qii,,mi,,..i:iiic,i to
erect another nii.int4c i :yin,: iiini lor the
comic;:. l'ziri4. exiiinition. - Tii^ft• in Ilt , t it
grief tioll tin to thin aTiiirinni isci2..
tut the lancet in the vroi; , :', 'll,l
tor, inuvh to sty in pi uiFt: 111 I tt u. , :; •igubor s
on the other tick t: tilt, l'ilallori, that Ile
will confe. a benefit do .lia• ~N‘,11,1 if tn . ,
traina . ceei. of tit. :i! lithe ine;in!, ~..enwlii:e
tte! al t I e.; linz 4 iirectfy!!!! Ice !on !:!!.ci o!
tn ii•! - iaif l„o ! I.! A eln rip i ,!!! for tne
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toy Itc•/. 1.101 Uttutiy 1- rutl•tutel t.th.totl•l
- ttu'l ton t:11,1 no• r. - th rail forNP,Vt 11101,1,.
during wltt,tllla, I 0.-.11 rhy:4,1.7 s • prortrult.
lb .1 1 utmost tlrtt or t.r
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•I/the. not bottg al, a lora: 3 :o,s. I. LI: 1:4 1., wrath
1. twu, utetr t ,r,t Ith rte..; la my
Iteu.l. 01,1"1 10 L.l;' 1 , ;1 , 1,/;1 P ,G :.„
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üboth. rilt.r. .1 a
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. I' tt.ol.Ch Ittlt. o rot . 0; the
buse orstlfistthtts .S . ry f..r.n. .11:.:11i...11,
ut artrti,..td uty I•r•jtt :lc:, an
taking tbr ot•I•tout tor rot ••r.tl ttt , •ulttotltt ,
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of v. t•,l ttru•lt, tutu urv., r Lotto] lot,
trr tuun now, n• zttu 41,, •ou..thl t u
alts•tro ALir, l•qt Ity roytutt, .v IJcL
f0ri,11,....r . ) :10.1 Irr otutar, 'try trot ,
auto al, Iv .1, fert. lam 0,1 to Ott t , ..st I
to• nthst.ll t.r.v? Watt, au., tenth, 11. t, tesliDio
-1110. :kppreciallon •tf ),11r roll
r•rder May trot! or
t. rtrtucs. 1011101 prer.:rVrt.sn log
for F., lig it lint fig,. 1 Ili
Hy, mht•Ant-ht.m I Irt:3 e.r u,u
rue, ,r0111r111.1104.1116.111 lint ttg
very rt4torti
- .llollit
or= . 4.'t Itt#rt,tt. Otte. t.
•
NEW ADVERTISELIEN'iIS.
• ir.3l. All. Jr., Admit Etp6.3l 018 c,;;
54 Fifth therei n is an . Ina/Lori:ell Ageni to remit -
Advtrtiscpwn:s for the 04,74.077 E, and as o!.t , f .
papers thrurtylon: t/ United. 6:nUr and the
Clemuitts,
ECIUI'OI3.S • NOTICE.—TItc_ . 1111.
dined, r:“!,.ito, or the e: ate of .1 01l •
130YLit, late 'at to Atrua Townalflo. Alff-glo ry
snoty. taII.„ flccid, p ive nail in all nies
Indebted Sabi aVslilo , po
to 'wake lint, filmic yap
moats and all partil hapligar.aln•t et fl
of tale are notified to pref.,nl the r ano -, di t ty f o f .
theutief sed, lo :Mop , f the underslgnufl. it their
reSkISIICiI. DAN Hi It• fill, Inllls.ea Town s hip,
•EISENII.ZEIt 31 . 1 i !,
• tao,
oSIIIO7SEEvT ESE cuSixth
.E rd ...bn
URGFIUTRI, •
• SaittallU3ll.! •
• , SOIR(=YIUMM
to 1313 t, 3. C/IOIC It 3:1:1::S )111i HUM.
Just received slid It,; sale lip
nr.m. 54:1ZGA It.
2.19 o:t
CAUDIGAN
I"rs#s end Jackets
PHELAN'S 0 , ..D : 4 1%,‘,NH tl roe!: LNG.
No. 2 i Fla h Ytrrct
T
The best th , ct,tittlaa and mutt de:l.We
hhirt lu the mark• t, at •
I' LLAti•b Ul U r.i TUCKING bi OWL_
• '4l Iflt tract.
A . Attn., STIICIIO.,
tr •t tai 7.;=. 0
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ttr ottuttlttrettil
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VkAtatilt4LE 81.11 KI.
A good lit - ortultnt tt '
I` II EL A.N'E t LI; SIAN!" :$ I OCEING 5101:12.. f. 11 . A Play. GRA pEs, finA PEE.
0, : , '''..• 4 V , " h " r " t
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trzi - -., 111 ...I:4. tl ,t ,tt.rt.t. t• 'Wilt O. l l#llV SIIA DESA newlut of
•
f 111.1'.tillERUIES-20 bhls. cf34)!cr i . n...` 1,. : 41 L1.1 ' d., '"t .117 5 . :.: 1 1 : Zat 3 .1 t f . 4.,;.1% [ 7 .: " mi .
, - , C.:1t17...::.: criv.l.r, ries ',it r...._. ,t.l f t tr .A It //3 . , 2 , 0. k 7 ALLit,s,*lnet.
J> U. /1 CAN 17A1.11 4 ..N.
I
u, JOA- It. 1 4 1:GiiEl+ .}. ' n Ito.
~.:o • ' ii. si C r'ir,t atria C 1 ----------- •
.. .
WALL l'Al.fr It—Olf Ida graded,
0144-41.0 1/1,18.• Pearl. .V.int , r for l'atloi,, Hsu., pink/. donjus gintt %Itch
11''''g'&.T14.,0A'e toy eui. Id 0.14 variety,. . N.. IV! AIM/44 fe tr. ct•
t,c,„9 '• i ' J.:, O. U. c0.C.4.:T1E.L.D 4 OG?' ,_ .3od. It. Ltuulty,4 4 880..
..
Of Intitrburgh
I'cr:.2•DENT—ILENILTLoyrs.
V.ct VitLADEST , WILLIAM ILEA
Thl'fit Eta, •
Lictary Floyd. WIIII= lie , .
'sorest. Ileuaet+, Lippincott.
E. P. tuui Thninno bte.lon
Witt - lin
L. Go. tnli • ,tolku 11, iticu.ly.
1VI:113in A: Herron.
SIDS.T.Y Y. VON BONN - 10121'
•
sts. Innlvlrst hEovreil OS titan ataPoalt.
Inrealal,to to CrOveralaneat and Real Na
tale S , carlttea.. .
. .
Bank •Utily (except Sunday t) froth. 4 A. tt
W 4 P. SE. and on Wednesdays and Saturdays from
fI O'O.lW, to P o'clock P. H. he:armlet
-a—
-1 I:GAL NOTICE.-ESTATE OF
, ExT. AVEHY. oII:cf:AEEL,, LATE
PP ALL:Et:IIe aY CITY. FA.—lty ord, of the
crohstle Court ot Allegheny County,
lilt, neve« la gly.n that the uuderelgool,
oh , tetotS LlYoutora of the Last Will and hest,
whiht o! -old decedent,no ¢CtoUllt.
ch lAN, la s_..l Oslo, ell. Arlog a Soloure to
(bell hands tu lull and Inyeatmenta ot into llun
.lvtd-ood Slat ' , lst, Tot •nd and !Seventy-toren
and N'-IL'! 1•011 see, rut re,. to a reduction not
, Sae. .111111. t. oroort lug to the oat!l wal la dno
or
triton- tde—!.codtolf to !or —A retor!eatt Misslnnary
dl AtoutelaVott,' tor Now Yoe , : the other ha I' to lot
E.T.C,IIor. for pur,,oeo r uot forth in,
told wt I.
Al
t rlrr - nni ad corpnryttlnnom clnrnintr or to
elattn asltt tonds, or any part thrrent, are rentitrnd
n't 'war , n Craw, nt ~r a p t
It• of l'lttattnr,th,
0/3 tLIC lin/ I)AV OF 'lll[4, IFltil, et 10
o'cinrk A. m., and Pie thelr ot 'lion. mote.
tray Eller harm, who th.• ...t.l“C.Coriut rnoniti not
stunt en,nrinn d. tart ...I Imlartcp or riltaribulnd
nerorttlo td tht , mutt of Ow In, mtl't and
ter
t ..ttd a. Above get forth.
11, AVE
KINU, •
• ,
I',l.
LANG E STOCK OF
111) SUITS
AND OVERCOATS,
Jr Wiuter 5,351111, COW In
w.,re. uT
V GRAY Sc LOGAN,
,Yo. •f 7 St. Clair Street
otti: 144 co:,
25 Fifth Sixeot;
/DT: ~,11(11.4,, tar • •. ilthOr :asg...tuct.Ct
, C4c,cods.
MMI!I3=I2=E!
41,11. ,IIIN(.1v,
ICS AGENCIi COLLECTS FUOM
tio• 1•::1•.co Al 11 4.1. ..r
PAY, BOUNTY IND PENSIONS,
W :d.,.. , and
ecNI: U.! ; nd•lof
1: 1 1,L:1:1113E1-3S,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
:q4CS - routom
Chancieliei.; and Et ackete, teadi
?ipe, Pumps, Sheet Lead, &e„ '
I 131=111!M M!
1 , 1 rear
j:)1 '4`l7 ilUttl. 54 S.. EA' LEH V COM..
. L,n b. , . the flock of
1717 D.C. N. CIP , G=IIM.II7
nt rlu.i.urgn Cri . Ll,l Company,
67 am! 69 Filth Sire(' t,
111b1'ATC11 -
EXCELLENT CHEAP FARM,
LOCMED NEAR PIPKEESPORT.
RAIL llk r. 111..A.,• , ?5iNG [IRO
• I r: I II
•
till 17 ,. JOlll4ll fAtorat':_• tor.ro, or Vos I:1 ,1e or
An:, roz:lon of R ov.cl:Aniced for Lironnol City
I • ropefiy, . ,
fiTILICI;
E,1CE(1.5 11.,ENS
==l!Z!=
(CI3L II ..TiT ktiNT4Q . ..
lilts, 11. KITCIIII I Isas just re. - 1
'art, !I ;rem tit° F.:1.1, and area or , !
THlJltny!,l". LEa oF
ER LI.VER
Ann ta&fortmunt of LADtr.3 , Funi.
ALLICUIIENV CITY
• c.,:;.11.71
illEly' lk. S'IODDAIIT would In
forth her cotton. re that the has just returned
frton the Eta w.th a handsotut assortment of
_ .
MILLINERY GOODS,
Uro:log scovrd 1.. tiECON I/ FLOOR. No, 411
A LI.IctiIIENY CITY.
oci /33
E ANNUAL MEETING 01' THE
t Lock old tn. oC
PAXTON PI.:TROIA:UM COM.PANY .
Will be held Office of Ring N , ON, 31 . CLEAN
r al h .
11. 0 4,1 e •4 VIIL/IIM: e l
t.f 1111portnlICe wilt be
tout,,rn Ili. meoting•
• u t. .Is , 141 •sr /1
DEIISIGN-
IeD bare renlued the Mike or the HOPE OIL
SCOURS from :13 31arket ntreet, Pittsburgh, to their
'Worts nit .C.A.liso3: Brownstown. wherp,
tney Can not efter founil., '
_ .
1 lAulllen A4i , ltnw• tija, rittlbUtigh.
N a TVTT.t•t•I+N
FOR SALE.—Three Second-Hand
==!
Forty Inchon dimneLor, 22 hot tong: Steam Drum '
Chitrineyg, Witch. 0, trire-C rant to good condition
A 1.,,, D:o now (Ai itLIINEDOID. TAN KS'
00Yrte,lo.,paelly 20/ 041,01, 0,11. milli be sold a:
at the VNce• or Fart rut hot or Worhi
, S. YIIO It
L)1t0.01.10E - !N STORE AND An-
Jo v cars Owl, Winter Mititat;
0 .10 White atiiidllneb:
.1 du. While Milo Oats:
du Kuria tiprlng Rarity:
IS liai trio fresh i Mar.
. • 211 Igegii imam Laid;
IW Irou CM, Barrels.
11.L.NRY 61;A, JR,
0,101.0110 , 11.erlt [lr.., a...hit...00...0.-
)9t EG STORE F. JR SAL LE.—The
:tuck awl Fluuree of n
BETA Ile PRISCILIPTION Nam,'
Together wlin Lease of Dwelling Ilona, itlactied.
entisiwriory V 71,0.. given for ACiiitig• Inquire 91
J. 0 Drug elm-, emu, thicort sod
0u.k.r.0 •Begneny, or riIk,VEN , it CO.,
corm r ~f Wylie:mil o,4pm:streets. creainii 9
04NNE1) FRILIFI'S. VEGETABLES,
• Hiss. rte., de. Eight 1 Anursnd dosed Pesch.
~ preys, tercrn tiaras. Whortlobtrrirs, Urea
Ists . lorbcrries. Insclbtrrlea. ewe Appl,.
I,errles 'iornalares, Lluns *nd StflUs Oval., and
1•rc• , 14 sss. 156.1arrlrq J eitleikpa tUrrdd.rS s , sd
rudsts., winch e ow u¢er At, the loTreat marae ,
11. N.t 31 F.lt ,t MltUu.
No. C.,6 & ICS Wood street.
rilLaV
!IF/EST SELECTION
WEST OF NEW YORK,
Scarfs, Cloves, Ho
'Undershirts and Diaries's;
Smoking Caps and ;119111er,;
Silk Night Caps, Ilamikereii iefs;
Negligee Shirts,
[Jaen 'Collars and aoe-:
Alexauklrc's ;kid es,l:llsitc , .
and colors.'
441 - .111 vf • awl Just rtottvc.t fr• , :u r• t
NJ 0.1 ..ock.
GRAY,. POSSIEL.&:RESE,
G 2 rirT,rx STE LET,
ll=
E. S. ADORN
, ~
Parlors 91; anti 91
liorre.hants'
Dovotea npecial talentJou to ;I!reit,e, of ;I.
E yE
04: f , -; '. ;; ;;;• .
;;,: A,t 444 -a cc. c o
I nn e
AND THE ORGANS OF 111 E CHEST ALLll'll ' n r' " )‘ ; ';' '' .ll;:;Tr7 ' errY ) ;
j 0 o.;11,3; ; ;;-1 i:ec
E.br. ; cing
..11A,de
chthroc , pc:Ale ;;;.; .t ace..;;;tloacvg tCear.lotlocttlre cf
Ere. tillooturas, Cross 1;:ee. It/1 tau ot tat EI a. ;
114. Cataract. I;;;arttels. Itoarloc a;;;I iSP;UNG WATER ALES )
11, Care, I tterticrre troo, the t. k.arl itt•ra,s of 'co t•.;. , :.elr o r ;Valor. mill rl,7llNclft
tarrt, Irr ooehttli. A on. t 1 •PI tlo; !coca, e feel
m 1; i !o; t;;;-1 tr i.e.; 4' Fre sat
. et...option •.r
• fs, er:th orti;11; pea
/Lear! arc! rlo;nacit.
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES.
GURNER & CO.,
No. 80 Cedar St., Now York,
Igict .- for u4ll . wlkt . :l.l, IV Ili,.
fa,.r ,v; ‘1.1 , ,, V. 4.1
“.11:4t
wit‘itp, 'II., y t..
I...tett to Hs, th.tutn:.ra•l. •t . ••.• T:
As a TiL/r11.1.r. 1,. i y
• .
'OW o.rtl,
1111 - L.. u
• .
g ntlegn C.. I!
aro prt..of cou..•!, I Vl' I • I •
atll gor "
Thr - folla , wht.o , r , t4; -Ar' '
Cmin - lac all U... vai
eultalk (Ca' •a 1..:
t .4 . 1 i WIN I. -
,r.rf rlk:lo•t4.
~.- ri.
!nor,wltztlp.,l Itv
tu:Arr. I: , :sto • 2.2, I,
1,11, 1,1,1
Vrry •••••••:Ar t • G.u••..•
I 111:1N 11••• 1,: re
WINE lIITT ry
ur. ,
/, 4 .1 11 , 1:• •1 , 414;11 ,, i• , ••• '•
th , gruy or.
MM. , . to the. I 4I•
the I. at,t,:l•,at•l
e 11,
.uger •a,
nl,O nw :WI ft,
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le
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takir.ut•r: ,t,
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t
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Maui evr 1. • 1 • 'Ow
11)
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••Is.l' 41, 71, !•.:C.l
.411 ii
MaleAt cyr
II .
tre
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rt .
. 11':....
3% •
of brt .
r 1
orrici: or Tlii
11;r.11,1 ' .
N.!, 1g ti rehy :hat rec., ,
One Million Dollars of the 5 p cent
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
1=113113113
Six Per Cent. Loans,
lit the. Commr. , w.Alth of , i:!
Irrf et the 1 retrury Pcp, mop , . iu cOr of
.
11r14barA..u111:: r, b.
TS lIFt .v
Tho 16th day of November, A,D, 18.66.
Bidders .1;1 wt ttr anlntuit • frercd.
and wheth. r nt C.,9•04 I S.
artwr.seel, •Totu.nt,lositrs i, 1..110. i/lr •
end.r../
.
n.,rve ,P 74,
1,1.1$ not, In Theft I , t
Vu nen!: h. • .
•
of ',Mt
W. 11. KF:i!NIA-:
UV FOR 11.111:.IIEST
WOman's Work iil the Civil War;
BY L. P: 6ROCKET7, M, P.,
JtYrs. C. II '..IIfIV 8P.•1.P
This stork, pr..rare.l un lnr I 11.. itAnctl.J. .k•
tilt . tn.; Uolt•••1 l l a onloll' Toil
naultary tn,
s,ffigyry
Ilan sun. 1. in Ulu an•l is pi!,
early In January twit. it: Pr,
co:lir...MlA more tilln OM, mitt
5111, be..n orioNernl , .,l yd. .11 .111.,..•10,.5rl
Or .`Nrrn-e 111. t..01161..ire.114 , mAle
auil Inlrii,tiriv. usmt.tial.• Irtv.•
fnokh,..l Intl,, Irtmlllt;n:lra , .. l, .. -at.-
Jeers. It ro.llll
inlne . 111,11 , 1:111 411 . ti 1•, Melt'
In ne - ItAllThf u,. , 01.11,r,,
wit, abundant turt•lent.. Irwu, k, a.,el
•or .a bout (0 , 11 . hun.trt-.1 lOW, a Jo . ,
tribute . 1 ,111 ne 1,114 to thr in
ll' n ' tn t'• braved p ..
vey .lauge . r and lot,m!, Al
or quit, ir an.l nacre tire t1,..111
many oft], tattle:, to Kit, :111i and !flirt to
tering
bvso, tl nt
ablest pe /.1
ns In ~ salon
e.ployed In tit prep', "ion or Ow %1,..tr1t.,.
thr Intrgolu , llu, to writ!: n by :in tinliumt
awl .11 'enr.te,tl .nng
Ivsrin phllantnro,iu labyrn.
'rho •rlt vlll cunlaln rb:all
nil trio. unit ..ron •,•• pr•
11 , 11,..by vor ray. rs 11, counti y
pllot,grspip, or pa!ntings"...l the
AUBIJEL , PUBLISIIING
AUBURN, N. V.
0ct.3.4”:14.
NEW STYLES MTN. -----
M'CORD & C O .,
131 15`00/1 STREET.
Are receiving an immense mock of
HATS, CAPS AND FURS
Embracing 11U a - ainty.
H /iT3 FOR THE LAME?, GENTA AS!) I)')V
OAPS VI EVE4:I" 4' run:, F.,!c LAI , I,
AN gcMil:ltEl..
ur price. to which tory 111%1w
the allanitlon oh all.
BUY THE REST,
PETROLIA BLUE LEAD,
Maaufactured only and for sale DT
T. H. .01 CP11.1( eV.,
Pion oe.v 1-' .:il3 :7C7 orlcia,
N. W,Cor.3d :tall Market S
MMI3MI
Gir.O. S. BOUTI, •
JOHN ROSS & GO•
I=l
WM, H. OGDEN " & CO.,
idAlin•AcTupicu.., AND krAI.E.IN tN
CarbonZ.l Lamps and Fixtare3,
CHANDEUERS II CARBOn CILS,
43 , fis
mymegur....T TriPArltral, I.A.
A_ 3
_____._
DMI A 1 I 1
P1T.43 . 0 le.S DTI(' E._
n 4 11 s. 6 lrg. c r . ....ott.7 to Me Chain or :.171 I(1 I 7
MAN, arre.altil, Into I.l' .I.ffci cm .-.•
Towneltip. are nyuceti..l to wale Imult-.11:it.11.0.. wygle-,,,,...
ment. . 1 . 1 . 1 . I.77unt 17.7v10,7 71.1.. • ngelo•t r... 1 1 ,1 r e,,.•,....... -.11,
estate; witl pro•etk: tht•ll•lne, worthy auttleuti- Cr.3IENT
.
rated, fur settlement. to •
B=MiiMSM
CllOl ERA PREVENTIVE.
Cheap Clothiog House,
fil tftio Streel a lid Diaintnid,
OVltolt k• a rill Hein
I 15 I
111=
1.1; - ..ady-Made Boy's Clothing
`i,ol: Ito 4/12JE.1. 1111 ,
511,11.
1 • n 10.'1
S,treet,
cri•sd. 9
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rtneh,"
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a o It. It. ttulgtr.)
. 3 :7 " i - nit 1 Llielci
Vir3 fir, e
I'arior, Chamber
.rinci Diniug.P.oom Sets,
fiit- r..I3F:iIURE,
a,,,,,r;altnt
i'atthitrzhi , lamfactured Furnitnre,
1111=1
7....c . .. , "1ATere - .t 1-,`x-ICeqgs.
C_.%
r.l. - 1.1,37 e 0.11.!TI n 7. for PALLI'ItADE the
et. e e rye; 1:2.1 tie
p.Ltrone.
'ail Tapcstrius,
r 4 ar
•1„ L...rt • , '
r!! V“) ET f IKIETS AID ECG?.
L cunt:a - Ye,
1%...te7! et Ccmi,et,
ern I e To.y..;•s, Loops Bauds,
COI {Ai,.
CULLY:I,II
r. it r.-. 4 ;:5 rit
_t..l
TO CLAtl , !_iriL•fcict:',-E:S.
5?,•;;AC..7.7.1..E3E1:6" LEAVING
Ir rr.,euzgllti for cronlatng the
non - to t o ,
!. 111,1q,,L1 %VD, d t u v.
,1"411!.1 R OA
rcr t.R. or t 5.0 1, In
• • - -•-• on, port!, ,to
n.t r W.tot
non, tnt t kot to the
rwor
• l'n or to
• ~f 7;: 1 , 111 Flrn
to
CC' ,- FARTNERSii,I P
E - :t:N3:711NI::?;131) .
-.litlate
[tit: art
•:., :1, • ;!‘ l, l'EN,tel., I,
tt a , l.ll*S. al
l'r A...W..1/111 , m and
•r, r, t , ” str,t, Itla,ltrster,
; , •1‘ . ..•1"ct It a contlttaluee Il.v
11'0 , 1 ;lAl:l'k:it.
:I. .
,i2:114; 7 /AM A
Vii; a:aF; ~.~;~
(ROIL CITY RAH WORKS.
•ry Cooootl , ha.Cl I OFFICE AND WAREHOOST,,
es.l
.4113, onStr t 1... t.r.a of
r, Ir.rc. Nos. 45 Wood andlo2 and 101'fbird St,
t act NUallAtlg 1,02171-
~.111cra arc cat:tto , lto
rooty of Ilion BWO 6.200.
N S.
hi. 1:14./W
AttoriarEa at LaW..
Nu. ii, arrfra a er-.tr
1•11-rstmiittif
CLAIMS FOR RUNTY,- <f:f'.------:
BEIM
T.ItOUNTIF,S TO
h , itliers of I. , GE am!
Vito:lg .- . rt st Mts. Lllvglilla , Snatlea, Braude...*
/Chit/ ilnliett Blot, ac.. Ac. liter. +No
and w. full ant complrte assortment or goods to
tbelr line, ell a I.ltlch they odor at t rale
aud nu as {,Ol terms as are oCered by any bonsela
the tra•la F. AST OR lA' r. ytlll
4AV COURT SALE. - 133 -
11.-Inc of au order or the Orphans* Coup of Alle
mot r, t:., uslerslred. Executor, wl/1 sell
at PoLlie vie,
on the ',erases. on
Thursday, November :22d, .1866,
At io'clock r.all that certala VAIL% IN
r NOW OF, ...MY* late,
the property of JAME. WAs. decetted,„
eon/atoll/a tta acres aud I
.. , 71 persist., bounded by
'ands of Peter Ila-ser. Improrensont. are a
Itwelllng 80ut... Stable. Wagon titied..l.lranary,
ie. There if al s o nu the land a You. g °return] or
tb4ltio, I
b sr Tree.. S t . l
welt!u. su re d . lsz r ll w tt o,24 nder iA c b u d l :
she. wbolots uuderald with Coal of the beet
raltte.
1 4 or S/q.C..''imethinl emb on de/very of
" m. Ldse. and twos , . islon on the Utst day of April nei
d the truce In two Neal` anneal payments
1111 Intermit from April lt. MC. to be
neural by bond and toorta re On the
p..
re b 14 pay fur COlrrtlite ugand atam
DiSIGNS OF EVERY OESCRIPTION i n r,nn, , x. F. l . Attorney for nneentoa. Ito. 154
r fartbar4trtMulrs Ingolre ol 1C
LIAO-
rourth street. flits berth. .
EROONI , SOILS g. AtTgletl. " . I
xtrett. 1..,1 SEVERANCE, , No. -WATFIi I
kJ* ITRES.T. Pltuberst..Mamlnetne• of BOILER
ItIVEI.n.WIIOI.3IIST nriffin, eommonsnO railnoag
of eeerydescrintlem... . - •
• C E/IE ." : Ps/limas/ Opal or anagaaelate..etuyem, lugs
Ur o gr v. r lb 4 it „ Es Er a. co ' Lusu or ems% made to onler en:wt, %mem; A good..
mrtmem conitantlr oa hark,-
ll,,,••Ft•nrs nr.....nr:0rl to 1400
Imitnty: IJ . ,r - slTtg Two tr.,. rain core
t.r
% c .73e ni h. ..1176 a. Pr,' y
v u i nt ,, r In t'n, nrrtra Mnreß ZJ,
out, ur
d'untn:ful crP
‘,. 4:lor t if,,ordlug tkl,lc+rc"u(dlenLit-
Attor,c
=NM
A. 16317:}1E T 5 RAVE STONES
/
Vaults, Fountains,
NEVI VE R.TISE &TEN S.
SEELY'S
FOR REGULATING' THE HOW
•ylef Acidity In the Stomach. cre
reating :a healthy a of the I.t rex. satiating Inaba:
r ,
lon aith . r lihe. giving Ilegularlty to the
toe Sy.teru taa IlealtlIT".."-•
tae vitt: alvt t yr: unsnriaatacd. It has been
In thousa:lds Inst.tocea. and 'tax nrver Neu
anew n fall a Lure the :ll:recto. were strictly NI-
- At a . ..now not at whet Moment
or :nly 154. upon of, nOtt , tor .ht"
the ntrt he don. to glee the syStem
41t , avvon. am) It erlth a <lex' to btlett
3 , 1.1 thtt.r.r..xt Olo.Oerxtute, of lExelf Is the
no.,tro, t*.e MLLICSID Or cholera,
t,oore•l to oh lote•thient
It. .4' ion I n rates tT of Diarr h e a Inalitt,t• 1 11 e
o! tl. teollve nerve check the Cot. -
tehhon reel al
Seelfs Cholera Preventive
le 11..• [...ta1l of tansy...hr.. edit ly and labor. IThp ob
.
ject or theproprletor thetlr.t plare was th prate •
a uledithse that efottld sa•l Mft. stlon arsl relieve
him from the t• relt..e poCerloyte of Drsyr (Mr
•ez Id , c•cat cud. 1••• tomol
tore we....lladdeiral., tr • ru ator. amt that in tLer
••.• :
of •liarrhcc action was wonm-Mul. I ttrlpte at
Wan w e re 1.5. stin t bottle, and etch
• ero to cuih • were munpel'ed to curesmb Is the
pseerfol erlchry of tills me•llelne.
I inelne by nctual experiment in his own ease, and
tht., Is family.
is blcs.elf of It.' curettes
p.0.e..... he eth. re It ts the public in full estableher
teat l ,tlc• t all that he claims fur It.
•
tic entol•erbre. tp•ark usdrinsc that ate
fol , ded 1,011 It a . 1,11.10 1 / 3 1 1.111/1 ie.. it it out •
111,1V0/ Sal cc hot Is Intended furs remedy,
and le only cilium ham eases ol Incipient • indef.,
l•lerrtite. 15,
tr i p, seosla, or kindred Ille, arl..lug for
tLesmel r; c Imperfect digestion.
to ',I toncdt,re 01 Its restorative power.. It Is
role F.. 1 thep
Nu bond:bold should toe without a to ppli of It.
htdarnb .a•e. lioiel • and Tr...hers should alergya
hand.
MEI=
.11 to tike, sinitac in itu 13atIlire. and inf tan-
;aa• tl. 115 eects.
reunkctutile tirlagrlutu and country
etorcliccnot-• .1147:12.511
ROOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
Blankets, Woolen Hoods.
F7.IANNEI,s3,
SHAWL?, SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
mu.sairus,
HOUSE-TURNISIIING GOODS,
rr( t. Pit rah,
IVIc.CI,'LLANAD'S
, 111`
=AUCTION EMPORIUM,
~+rt nJ
i.J.~L r.. ~u ~c..
STREET.
MERCY HOSPITAL,
In Charge of the Sisters of Merry,
FOR TiIEITICEATMENT OF ALL
roanirimg, medical or sr raTt.al aid.
All of patients aingltted. Irrespottlre of
Clergymen ',or all denominations
P ,,, n0 ,1 glalt patteom or their own erred. I'a—
tr,ll. to, pi, to pay are rolniittml I ret of coa•go,
appll,m:tao to an of toe attenolia g 701)iiicla. or
ittr,coll.l. All trite pllyaldior goodolg pay pa ,
algota . pri gat,. roomamay . el,argo of tile .
1,1113,
=MEM
1 r. Ii :14 7
i'ra a and
1
ortipetanf nntata. colnlrfned, 1110 rynr.onsl
nttrtitlon m 0
nare .1., 1101000 .0 nu
to ~,t In 00 .rtnle fur 10.0 e allhe ed 01111
tan:. 101751.20.1 and anr,reort>l .11111 11 '.1..!1...1
'.l..!1...1 1,5 1'0.1.0n01.s ofda 117 attrndature:
If.ll. 0., 150 Brant atrarl, Or
anti larraanbar.
111.1,1410.8. M. LP.. 1.1 2 tranithflrld
atr I, .a. 1..11. :Inv and Jun,.
t. 5- f.N II AM, II: 11., 152 Ttard L•treet,
July. A . ...an, ',I ..irptembar.
1,., 107 Root areet, .1.1-
C 077. ..rtnn;nra n_nrl [lar ch. it.• ra:NEI.I.I, cner bull, and Grant
:rr...nt.,1[2.1n11) t or lendautna. au.14:11
^i An,l;;Azi
t , 1-
i ;
~._ r`%~.
IFSURANCE.
3. %V. 111031P,SON & CO.,
Second I•'loor, Burke'•
rite the attention of tha 01 1 .11 , t•I thel rspe rl4^l,
of ciJALjnat Terris eil,,lnvioiling the 1011001 u Ia•
rlet ler
Lump, Itirt".l, 2,3 stud Chentmn.
L tiles Velecy, so.. 42,3, wad Chest:ma,
All of rrhlish th.r are pr,pare,trn ohltrer at tha
I.OW r ear load, t't,t
1014 or thnusarnt ton,
Ali order. prn,nptly atter,;l.-1
()Mee: Ito 2 Chr.tnuE rime: ncar Ito- Depot.
0, II AM:
EF FLCTED TISIST CO.,II•A•i EP, 9:1 1,3 ; •
rntes. equltsbly anic.itetl thirprumptly I 10AL,1 COAL COAL :
.17catir-tla
PRZ, EIZE AND AIDDENT INSUVANCE
•
t.fm LI, la.ur-tee lospany, of 114.1 ford, Ct.
...tuert..mn Fire bosursocd CompauT. Of
tforo,,r,
k . Ito Ineuronce Company, of Hatt
Eng!and Fire Ineurance Company, of Hart
fot JrZP,,M , lgivr
• _ '
J. s. KUM
ICTO: 304 . 13T.,
WI. re be iv: .be• to reeelre hle fr:entl.3 sad patron.
bo ere In r. t 101 th• et mute of an experienced
DENTAL PRACTITIONER
Flyeetal 'oleo Iton will he given to the preetrela
rum of the oatural teeth by skillfully Anita them
elf.. the must select materiel. and by giving them
attire raper treatment. thus pre.erylag them fur
future uses mall comfort In ripe old ago.
Irregularity ..f the taut:. of young persuns skill
fully altesoled TO end curre-ted.
Thoae beautiful la fc-Ilke artificial teeth, if lidera/
ea comfurrable and useful by the magic of to, Doc
tors mecbaulnub will be made ready for ell Who
may onler them.
.. .
,1
Crumpcent 1 113coverlea of value in giving relief
In In the extraction of te..th, will he skill-
Dilly .....c:li.kterr.l: a those who may Intro them. 1
i Pince lloctreiratn 9A. Al. to 4r. Y. eel7ol I
GMINA WAILEIIOUSE
RICHARD E. BREED,
BPITANNIA AND MLVER PLATED TAliLl
{GAUP, TEA T i t 16 AND TAELE CUTLERY.
Always - nu bind.
NA TEA SETS
:CUM.\ ri gE.I ef,
' tt N A TOILET 15F.T.1.
' ri A VANEA,
(1; INA
110HESUAN WAREOF EVERY DEPCIUPTLON
=MMI
til /N E WAKE of all rarlotlrs, lOsttl
whole,ale ar.1 , 1 tet.ta
•
targe=t most cOMVlttenthlk Of ere rythtnii
iti this e • ty.
Vriei, and tering the mane us in the ea.tein cities.
210 17:n.
DAY, kicABOY _& SPAN(},
IMPOSTY:2B o r Alio bEAtacuts 1:4
Saddlery Hardware and ,Trimming,
DRY GOODS,
Cassimeres, Clotlis,
Nos. 55 and 57
Has /12511111,1 the practice of Dentl.try •t
iippogite thtt Cathedral,
lUD Wood Street
LAVACAIR/ 13 . ASKEls,
LAVA VASES
LAVA sPrri 6oNs.
Mr. , ..tacLure.ra.of ail varletles,:f
tier Wood and Iron Bawer,
EMS
- -
"WANTED—A 'Situation by a
hchl ;he hoalllen of Lock •
keeperha dry, good.. lease,: for We last ' year; le
ther.elghly lieituallated a Ith the Dry lleeele.:TraC:e:
areal.' prefer trAvel f.. - a Wholesalellouse: asla
r7- aol w rhuela-hnol.ciect ae t permaient situatlca-
Athlress "11. E. 1111 &Peru e.
j i tT. ANTED AT ONCE—To encagc
n few men 0: ....ar ;tad Mille aril, ,ey
wont ao tt.e triC, tie Y• in IsL t. and lioGorable l•ord.
•/. Pod! a NEWLY INN' LATI.I.
A WI It S.W.t/U0 ba , taloa ma to
td at:ooa. elthlnt he last bitty thy, Good as I, y
allowe•I Nem tett, to elc•eka oneralle.
A. • L ts' ANTED. tail at .moo. Itfla Citifr
street, Bo?, o. 3.
WANTED,
A SITU!, r7oti d 5 riotwx.EEFER,
lly ALa ir ' , Ws no Col.lly. ol retcrrao give*
and requlct:cl. At':1:: sr li. It.,
or:U:1117 zur - r _l , rll, r
I Eu.travis.,... I.lt Al Eli Al V ALL. I .
Fo::(:%...•ro , •LIN('4 , LN'S HONE AT .51 . 1t1 ST, r-
VI rltbec by tho 1:orilt15 or on couontolcu.
The moll llirlus eye- offerrcl to Cunt,: c:5.
For lull particular:: rp,: pero.:. or Add,. 5,
FAHRO A Cl..
LOT,
rorts.. tua 1..
VAINTED,
One Thousa el EarsnerN,
•
r.,ooda thb. FA! and WltOry, Ilt r l :1
salary ar e.quollos:na. old.] twitimi
IC
ho. Ina A y.i . t of th,lr time tip ILe
W. J. HOLLAND CM
l'lthr.ttmll. Pa.. or Columba,.
.
W !‘ „ S .. ; ; Ii ,
for P. re, to Introduce Comukon
Sen, and
fee:ed. I. It 111,1, it net., goat.
no., enobr , .l or I, atztlfull)-1,1, only $2O--ron I, -
log Ili , rinktlr w•rrantrtl
Lon , neon.. pip 111 , +no,. wart.. or • COl.l
- , enk - 10..1 , -1.- ma: altount ,ao
made. roil I. n.LIVWEIt 4 S PO,
OCR, No. 205 , S. rill 11 en•
AA Utter, , Insnwca ta , tapu,„
terms. n,,
,
- - -
A G ENTS lIV ANTE') N
..1.11 , 1,1013K, NOW
WOMEN OF THE WAR. -
B y ?RANK IVA 'Ur, we, .1 "The liebellfou
Thy nlth7ct of to work to collect and present
narratlt cs of the sarnlccb of ll,r a0..11 who slo,
the ..tlaof the w , ar.entl [nigh, to Inherit Its gho
Th e ,
tam... contains shout • 1100 eclat
pages, nod Is hattattol with steel plate tolttratts,
.engrarc , l In the most Improved style..,sold only by
subscription.
For llrenlara, aCrcat nr apply In
o•. 1 NO. Gfi Fifth kleeet. Pittsburgh.
GENTS WANTED BT.THE
w o \1 to
tell their NEW $1.5 it SF 14 1 I iron u
paper to heavy' Din.' a... OW it of tea' her, WI •
out chall,n2 r
pressure.-foot, sail four
L UNDERF t .U. Adttrctz,: j 'ucl . r.l i g .,, ..t i n . ulp ;,,,..
• •
Fleth...±..rert, Flo , r. I
or'l • I.:Uxburgb.
"VIES IVANTED, •
TO ACT AS SALESMEN
I
Either permanently or tonnoantrlly, alio are colt,
pettut to engage In el et-cloel'inttluto, relation..
Apply la I,erson be atttlriec . tv
Buin,
et.11:j3.5 9p Grant r.tr,vi. D.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
HAIRY HALE,
zu -- EROHANT TAILOR
NorthivOg Corner of Penn 4 St. 6air Ste.
Art,' to return thanks to his ft leutts nn•l the out
tic for Met:tour oast (Ivor, nn.t rtts.Stertrutir son
Its i stisro orthelr future patron:4, lte men
tarnsect to hare the= u.stuttlor
Largo and Carciully Sokol:11 Stuck
Fine Woolen Goods.
fart tot lArly adapted Lo • .
iLATILIILYS BMit FALL .AAP 'WINTER,
}:AI.D. AND. WINTER GOODM
W. H. warm,
No.lo Si. Clair Slreet,
1t'0111.1..01 the attentlttn of latyet, to Litt st.:ek ot
it h. , ),arhlt.ll hattl.t,tl rrlll. preur..l..., att.!
C 01,411" all the Litt...l'3l,llr to pc fotod
!list, akz titnta
SI;IT OF CLOTHES ]:O DE 10 OEDE It,
Will I.lrair• r 411 and examine oar ',lull sod rr1.•,:0.
Alto a lull .tt,L FULLS:rah] A
1.
McGEE,
tiT TAILOR,
1:0. 10 I'olo,looi
COAL, COKE, 82C
COAL! COAL!! COALZ:I
IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS.
RUMMEL RA:BER
DICKSON, STET 11111' Sr, U 0 •
•,
lacing temored bcr (Ucc to
WC). 13437 Malz , brt - 5 , 131 - re44Dt.
(Lately City Flour Ill 11) D FLOUR.
Are now
_prt.tureol to forrash good Youghlogheny
LUMP, NUT COAL OR ?MACK.
•
At the lowest Markee.%rric..
.r , - Al oniers loft at their oMee, or Aol.lresse4 to
them thrtqlgh the moll, ‘1 , 1.11 be at teuded Lo promrtlT.
har.s. hiL
------,-
CHEYALE'S 11. ARMST;IONG, -
• 121-I.Kt 1,1
•
Youghiogheny and Corpidlaville Coal
Mtn:ay:oll'4 - 1s ci •
Coe', ,; - .lack,, and Ileallphurized Cake,
M=UMMI
. •
Corner or Buller no Marton: tnt y sril on Lib ••rt,
and Ct mer streets, Ninth st•kr4,- chl no Oec.n
streetar Lock No. ritt.,her_••p.
Famili ne es . Ind licoufactnrers r.pimed with the
te,S article of Coal or Coke at the lowest led_
totes.
..11 dee! /cll. at 3.117 on.. card. reeelvernoit
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c,
EXCIELSIOR TOBACCO WORKS.
R. It W. JENKINSON.
NUTACTI:4I:II.!. Of ALL Els°,
lrobareo, Slain! and Cigars,
tio. 6 FE:W.:CA.I4 KTRFET,
I hird,...oof from aulo,,nalon 13r1.1g
ALLEGaIINI",
al :la: m. mylf4;lJ,l
R. B. JEFFRIES
Malantactuivr soul ITltnlealuo e.,of 14• fail 9
• I.ealor In all [lads of •
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CICABS •
No. fi'ST. CLAM STlLP.6T,l.lliturrnon,
WA 1. rgn , trur , r.t .4.slEEttlett AVM
and H.1.101i szsu Top/Let:o. b„,,,,, m , t y,
on Saw.. '
GEORGE BL'UNEN
12=1
SEGARS, CHEWING' TOBACCO
Smoking Tobacco, Pip es. Bf. -.
No. 4 1343.cr01a.tb. ESiies)
(Sear corner of Libcrty,)
rtiv•:bll
PI3 . T.,RL UAW
JOHN ITILEGRAW,
_ Manut acturer awl Wtolesale, •Cd
_
EM=M=
Tobacco, Snuff and Cig4re,
48 miLelasrm. JErr WI".
4,lq , 7 . l' , sll.to s ltment of &maim glkikogroi,el
SEWING MACHINES,
HIGHEST PREMIUM
- LOCK-STITCH .
Wheeler IV !ikon
• sEwiNG
Ovek 250 1 000 Now in Use.
SALES FOR QUARTER ENDING
ID. es r.rs. nyvor,2•4lsteizenti
WHEELER Et - WI L 80.1.: ... +-. 612..053
ttitLlowßnß
... ............. 11, v.l
Showing tvi. - on•e salet to to more thus
double teinse 0 , ,11 •ktLer CoinP3.3•
elation oftne polite 1 , a certain evident:eat
pqrchseltme one of these 61,61nes
iS urrel. as Instruct.... is given and .51.•
cl.abee kept 1n order Without exer.se6m-ge.
"CITA , X, 131:731GEMS-IEL ch 00-.
No. 27 Fifth Streit
GEO. F.tiCHECptil.ill iSrs• CO.,
PRACTICAL LITHUIRAPHEF.S,
•
The ONLY STZAI6I. LiTootiitATffic Ir TA
LISLIMENT sVOST OP TLIE 31oUNTAINS
AV. Carns, Heads, Bonds. Labe's Circu
lars, ,bow Cants, Lnplonas. YortralV,
Cer.lncatestrlrepolts, Ineitatlnn Cards, An. Ay:
Nus. 72 land 77 TlOrdst.. PP:an:glen. so , L'azr
FAFT.nt psprarts.pirrsnuutiii
PAPER. SLASTIPACTURING COMPANY.
61 Third Street, keep cons an
ba,d. and for sale. at loweslonszket rates. NE% '
TACK. MANII LA. HARDWARE.. set unfit,
Mr.L.T.and WIOAPPENtk.PAPkits- , 30.1 tku,,,,
as.orteet slow In Warehouse.
Clinton JAIL at ktelibtitylAS: (Jan.
, •