The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, November 12, 1866, Image 2

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The New Yorii - Times, some inontlis ago
with almost paternal 'solicitude, called our
attention to what it regarded as an itlimi.
itent 'danger inwentling.over the country
and to which it thought we were unroll
i-eeiously'contributing. It said there was a
strong probability the President would he
. able so- far to weaken* the republican
.
strength , income of the northern and west
ern States as to enable the democrat; to
carry them;. that enough States might be
• carried in this way to constitute majorities
of the two Rouses; that, in this event, the
- President would recognize these bodies as
the only legitimate Congress; nati thus
compel the republicans to pass under the
yoke. To avoid this.catastropbe we were
admonished it Was essential to tread softly
and to eat - unbounded quantities of dirt.
btving to some pc-Culler:Ai. a of constitution
we did not see proper to accept the enter
tainmenkto which WC were. invited. It
Was so palpable : to us that the American
people were masters of their' own govern
ment, and were not at all likely to sink
into the C0.11(liti(11 of serfs, that the teepida
lien of our contemporary provoked mirth
in us instead of exciting serious appreben-
The elections are now pretty much over,'
riud a deliberate stuiey of the field is read
ily attainable, In our contumacy towards
the occuPant of the White House it really
seems we were in a. goodly tellowshih of
honorabh! An—enough of :them to take
the high matters in dispute entirely out ot
the category of. uucertainty. The only
chance the President Lad of obtaining in
. struments for the acconiplishmeut of his
flagrant designs against the repre-entativt,
- of the loyal States anti Peop:e,•lay in the
:onduct of such anon as 31r. - 11. J.
)310.ND and such journals as the one lie con
trols. They, and they only, by their hesi
tancy, and trimming, and lialfdreartedness,
lifted the scheme of the President out of
- the depths of contempt. If they had stood
firm; if they had not promised compleincr
with his views and assistance in his !seas
' :tires; if they had not excited_ distrust sue
doubt among fimid and faint-hearted
publicans; if they had not encouraged tin
venal, who attach themselvrs to. the Party
bf thnmajority as bummers to a victorious
army on its march; and if they harbuot ea
' hibited a disposition to lead the way in the
great betrayal; there would have been no
Uncertainty as to the. gencr . al result of the
elections this. fall even as early as last
Spring. .
But, whatever intentions these men and
journals had of becoming accormllices
the President, and sharers Of the Pestiltruil
plunder, their pleasant - expectations were
cut otr.• 'lf they Were seduced, th , e .. peoph
were not. If' they were ft ighterit.d, thr
people maintained an a:draftable self-pus
session. _
The Tliwr.e, in CO11)01011 with most of lilt
•- Journals of its class, after groping about
for . months as do thir blind who see Men
trees walkiug, concluded that its combina
lions for a neiv and triumphant party, on
tho
x piarr of . installing the heacen Rebel.
lion in the Paluees.of the Gov'erninent
was a:signal failure, acid tried to. find
its way back into the renuldican rusty.
Its success in this endeavor.' was not bril
liant:. Indeed, • it did not display either as
.much address or as much impudent:e in ex
tricating itself from the uncomfortable di
lemma in which it was involved, as tEd
some of its fellows who were vastly - infe
rior to Win ability and experience. flay..
ing no character to .maintain,. they threw
away all pretensions to ccor=istency and
decency, as soldiers on a disorderly retreaft
do arms and ae , ourtrements,. and, frigid"
Conservatives one week, became naming
Radicals the nex.b; from cringing adulators
of the President and Mr. COWAN, they
were speedily transformed into the most
bitter and relentless assMlants of both. On
this point the Ma - CS might well descend to
take lessons of its satellites. We have
fallen :upon an era,. long foretold, when fm
pits gro W wiser than their teachers are.
TUE FATE OF' THE PJ!TIFF
The POPE, for many ages a central gg
ure in European po.itics, is still'colispieu
ous . as ever, notwithstanding his approach
ing temporal humiliation. The withdraw
al of the French troops, occup)ing Rome,
is fired for about the 15th of Decoinber.
.Hardly a doubt remains but this evacua•
:lion will be speedily followed by the ince
pation of tim Papal territories by the
army: The Impression is general
Ilia the Parr will•await „events at the
Vatican. Meanwhile, NAPOLEON is said
to lie blooding over a scheme for union.
tfte Christians of 'Turkey nod (I recce with
-the Ramjet communioo, and for offering
'the .'Pore Jerusalem in exchange for
/tame, thus waking 3f aunt Zion the center
of the new dispensation as it was of the
old. This is It scheme - which a prOi.
Beirut - might well :indulge .as a- poSHltle
solatiOn to a troublesome question; but
whether -the the Sovereign Pontiff and the
College }if Cardinals could be induced to
fall into the menus°, admits of t-onider
able doubt.. If the consent of the de great
dignitaries should be obtained, then it
would become a serious question what
effect the trans-plantation would have upon
the Church. —Young trees arc readily
taken out of the earth in which they
germinated, and carried far away, and
planted, under other skies, ;11 a different
soil. Soon they forget the violence used
upon Olean, and send forth fresh leaves,
and , shoots, and flourish, it may tic, l e ' li
brighter green. But, with old trees tin,
work of trans-plantation is a much more
serious matter. The issue is always in
volved in doubt: the failures outnumbering
the successes: Large roots have to be cut
asunder; the lesser ones gel brhised, or
crushed off; and the branches have to be
sawed away. If verdure appears at all, it is
sickly, withers in the hot sun, and the life
of the tree goes out. . .
'For many centuries the Church Las been
planted in Rome. Like the banyan tree,
Its roots have ruu under the seas, and
come up in fo away continents and isles
of the oceans, dowering with its doctrines
and ritual. It scents moat improbable
that it can be taken up, reit/rived thence,
and be gaiety filament cia the hill-tops 01
Judea. Alt its traditions, all its memories,
run back to Rome. These are the wit-,
'lmes of its power; from
.tlience it 1111 , 3
ruled the world. To realioi.e it is, to con—
sign it, if not to immediate death, at least
to swift decay.
It may, indeed, he said, that Jed : Ca. is
: the nest from whence all the grand relig
ious Ideas that. master the nations nave
'eons forth. And this is true. All those
high places are haunted still by holy.-le
goads, and the barren earth and the whis
pering air seem instinct with weird spirits
of the past. But it is a desolatelaud. A
blight hss passed over the maledit•-
tion df the Creator rested there. Mu and
his works aro in decay. Even inanimate l
nature is sorrowful. If the Church'ilesires
for -,a seassliiio put on sack-cleth, and sit
'snit take up Ittmoutations, no
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MONDAY, NOTEMBE'R 12, IS6G
MIEEMI
wore tuiteble piace can be found; but, if it
moans to Ehare, in all the on-goings of
the world, it will'stay at Borne ou the best
terms it can make with the new power
that is rising.ih order and beauty out of
toe sepulchre of the past.
NECBO- SUFFRAGE!, IN TENNE,SLII...
COW. Brownlow; in his message to- the
delivered an . tho Gth
makes thee observations:
AC your eStra pessions in .1 nil'
face ot the .tired opposition of I he 1 , 0.1era1 , /.
ounistrattoujand In ite,Loeve rif its ~,
patronage, yon ratillot the pealin,Ji ,. , t
meat to the Federal Constlt lit ion. •• /o
intorno have apprOvial the
piaucled tile fearlessness, or you r
- theCongte.s of 1110 United -
ere -to tes
tv
their approbation by i dnotting to
' t r t r t c l h ‘ nl i t s z h o 3 , :o ' ci Te b r r o :-
hellion 07 nur people. True, you has turn
Ills P r eset
to , i l e i g o on o r r t i
th e w s
%mem], to; royale tlonar% MIS 10 destroy
your
irltilizatloll have been honored unit row
rot rot you have enjoyed the approbation of
jiour own conscience and recelvert the plans
,tits of towniotc Of the nation, and linty
ti goon In the even -tenor of your way, gui
ded alone by a Benson( your duty. • • ,
flaying in (his diStilign:rehed manner nth:c
-ol the seal of your approbation totals mooed
mew, it is proper that.yowshotild mould your
lereislittlon to its spirt:llnd design.
While It Is true that this amenilmenelea.ves
With the States, as heretofore, tile reguiation
of the elective feanchlso; It da-couany
of
t hat it encoorages the enfranchisement of all
• loyal male Citizens ,of whatever color. Our
OWL State, for Inittunice, under the operations
of the amendment, without the' elite:toe:4We
went of the coloreil citizens, will Mtvelmt six
representatives, while, with impartial 103 - al
Stafrage, It Is estimated that site would have
nine. thusdnercusing her power In the coon
elle of the nation fifty percent..
In my message addressed to you in October,
1811 : 1 ;thestibleet of colored cunt - age Is discuss.
eel to all of. Its bearings. Upon a careful
,clew or that paper, I still approve the senti
ments thereiti.expresSed and. respectfully• re
for you to them.
An eventful year, however, has passed since
it was written; and
.v.`hile unforeseen events
'Leave happened, cOntlngenbles therein con
templated have also occut red. -
The colored race have shown a greater anti
-1110 for learning' 11111 int , i i:211,,t, than Iris
exec:M.l,-mid ht' their amiel conduct reed
geaillast loyalty leave rapidly icon mien the
good opinion and resmicilif the white race;
:chile the Into rebel:, limier the .I.)mm:c
-ult:et Of the PreSiiii ut. hale 111,
to return to:trete lay ally than was
armed for,
The•=e manifestations have occa?rioncel it rap•
el entrancement of the national ac t itnuent In
favor of imparital suffrage •
In the ire—rage to le 1110 11 . I tare alluded,
' , '110,, caitellilly admitting that "lieurn voting
0 811110 t my natural prejuiticeis of caste,"
It is jet r,tateel that e ther° is a views of them
1 I would c willing to see vote at once:" The
°nine, iAolse expressed "that negro sulfrage
hessian to follow as one of 1710 great reVilis
if the rebellion; andthat thetixne would crime
'lieu It would be proper and right," hot that
, mute,o hod not then come, the great. objec
'Lion being to "the immediate and indiscroni•
.Male entrench ismuent of the rargromii" but. It
is dltectly insisted in the tuessago to which I
that. ii ii rebels are to be restored to the
:rights of the electlve franchise, let us 110 11111 gl,r
muy those potfi teal rights to the late slaves
vile have been firolifed
ha t he fi,lthless.”
still adhere to the opine.; tt"all this. gylll
.111 ICU against a negro totter; In 11110 contin
gency, comes from a lingering sentiment of
disloyalty In the South." i
In all the State,: lately in rein/Ih,,
Tenliefwee, the rebels bitVe been f illy-
to the rights of the elective fiunculsii;"
mil 01 . 011 111 this State, nailer n ,oupre hat
.tringent suffrage !rm.:l large•,dnit, of
persons are It 11.1.,Uillably 1,11.,,,t1 to
%Whether the time has come when it
err 110,1 right" to confer the i , lulot on the ma-
Ned man, or whether that time is rippro.,n
ing at whleli that sacred right "'holt 'lOOllOl !e
aim, arc glaciations ileinlinding y. lir Carne,t
tionsideriletnil and 1111111 decision, -
'roe admirers and follower, of the l', - .,- I
'lent i"'""q• with 3"l. A .7 1•IIII.ANT a
;awn ILO Clifolnehtiweat. eat the
In an authorized al and approved 2.7 ' r:it : meat lo SaYs
-
It Ills opinions, made peddle by bin ilircel ino, "Tie , l,ortl ila spirhen through this pCO7
NM, since his heriesalon to lb., 1 . ..at/et/oy. lie
!crier, slice 11 4, b. CU heard Tvuo, 3lainc
, that If lie were "in Teioni-.rte e ..,• •
art„ndehhe toMtrodr , .. hectic trey:it:tee, iii • Via: Ii 1 the (Winder of
alvelare; that ill. NWI! 1, )11 ,-- a. - 1111Ser , ei riblt, to evil-dSers ? 1
' 1 "”" to !”" I . it . 1 lye d the dry bones itt
•Those III) 1111..1 ‘t. •
who vomit lead am! Wren , i•i ~,.• ileitt.‘c 1.1 the eimel
meteor property rotate:ice: em,
1,1 It, neaven
Theo, 1,0 aysteni 01.yj.. . ~ ,
red to een
xtd the mil lege to TIM - • • 11 •
; •
. •
mit
If altar if termed the iteal "arty iohe tll r .
ohail aLree with the Anil I Linn' in., 1.1( hi kill I:Inv tit
-, I ',l l / op
111,1015 on the rpre-dttro ,if rioifrairmiii.
Ladd see In a II II ,• r,nc,lret
m that en eisiellent orpralre.,ity for
ereetnent erin i vitnitien on• vexed
,leatloll 1/111 lie preaciatiii, an/ U Ise licizro
Lay be enfranchised with inianitni:y.
As for myself; e tole I minj, r-ed tenet to
prejudiees of ea..ine, ti
ent:oil hue llCLlOni; .habit lam tee lo any
hat .1 (1, sirii,to act el harmony ivd It tlie.;;te..;
mil} , re the Lival 10 051,, of U.. 10,,, •
I think e should not, wlihe.at great 1,
ontrolllng icustin,„ serer .lIIt €ai nom I'l , l
•
rent national oarly whtiao a 101031
g citric/ tile life of the ;earlier, r 11„; res
o
Ile loyul people ot Tenoesseie :rem
'(tile cppreStiOrl 1
:al.ll'S
-Thanksgiving in Cello 14 opyrdnt(d " i . ..r
Thursday, November At.
-The recent t•See,..typ rains in the 'null, of
ILitaland have rattled the gm, th of indadto a n
ellortool.l3 ester[, . . -
-The socket restoring the tattled PI) (1111I11.1'
•of Natal, Dame, Paris, 42. almost finished. It
has occupied A year.S.
-Thirty persons are In the slate prison orl A Fteatitiftsi Head of Hair:
,
Nevada, and us ii proof of their intadilgence It . 4 . :1 1,. ; t,11', :t t,:.,. r • 1 '',, ,, ,.7.t r ~ ‘lis' 1 . "1" r r il*t: P .:,,, r ,
latta that every one Of thcip can play draw ! • ~,, n ;,,,,. ~,
..''l, - ,,,,;.,.. .. i iI,T; i.,i;,:i. : „,.,.•
tinker. ,
' I• 1 Ion" II 0 . ..li le
I oior ltestoter•
-The men In It tvarla . urn great ,tortirery i I. It wla tetoo.,Ly hal, to ltd....dual rotor.
Ike, lay it'lighted cigar be,1.1 a their plates at ! '• to ':,NI :', 1 ,!,":',,,', 1 ''' ',...i e , 51 ,,r,T,' ‘ `,"',, 1 , 1 V1.J 1 ,,1:.` 4 •
the lire tk (ca. twble •:ail I take a plait' tarbam-it I .... It will reutlo .l . ,' ..it . :l:.l . ril A;llvd.lrtgv• •
trtrnaliflllB,
1 5. 11,, 11l 105... 1.11 na r :oh. ...t...t ail; iteOIPIA.
It is said that General letmora, Row in Flo, I .1. it s• •II or wtl. the eslxlasi col tt , old aLe.
t i sh iron) I,lltg off
unce.l.4 eitgitged 111 tin, Ind ill, it drtall,lt al./ 1 .. V, ',V, L r g ',:',7, ~'li ., ,n ; ~ . ~.4 . . .
idol fool net:M.llh o( lb 115111ta1 5' optrations.of ; . h n 1 - -,e. t d, a hat...T.o' bott ' l, r tyl r .. , /to A.' Ili.
I lie Into campaign In fully..
'A' •• TN L'..,' .dia North at ,11, bov Vine.
-It Is ileinortrit.tted that the 116," of soft.in- • •I 01,11 Itadluz Llrugy,6l, and I liltra 15 tolict ar.
stead of !mitt water In Lornlnti wilt ,:ale I:. , I ",; I ''''.
p,,ple 4.3;17N,110 yearly. on the three artiel L s of i..l.L'i'r.,,,,f, ~',1,-,,,;:',.,',.,,,;ic..,,,tyc1,V,E,,.,1,,A.14,1,!4„5:,,m,,t,
soap, Dm sue entice.
.i./s. FLEMING, s 4 Market rt rtat. • itishurgh.
-An .tustrallan colonist has harnessed uti a I is ,,, i' Is 1,11 Lin'. A ...gli WT. na 2, I I LII•ww ,
.
Kling/two and put, Idau to labor-turnu• Ilia- j —....„........_.
.4 1I "' I Y w ith I/.lr 119 nm power. if he g ff1,.. 11t..Y. j SPREAD THE I'EHUTH.—Sine
pin stuck lu him makes unuyaind up,
-In rho little mining camp elf Illreltylne, , medical Men 11last,. that It is 1110 liallon,l to silt Irtl.c
B ri lg ., b ort townshi l , c.i t ,..,,,,,,. wi ,,,,,,
the, I a reined v,,ho Weser valuable it may be. ia -leer res.
enta re 'taxable real pi overly does not. ;moo tit , ...Ins this. It Is like no Inc Clat se art i , le which
to 4100.0b11, the incomes last year amounted to. ; t'.e world needs should be hid Iu a corner-that ben
+l 40,155,
elate and blei_iogi mays be too ...bleb. dlthised-tlt‘t
-A boxeddip turtle recently lived seven ! the vream of pndeetlllg end resturing health sbould
tune tint in It Charleston saloon, Siittlftlit 1 . 00.1 or' be actor,. o unotnoly. And list AO, e anal e 10511, The
water, Mr_ at the end of that lilac disposed ni I -lontn. at Is bad. It Is wor.e tit so that: It Is tang
it !urge quantity of bread as If lie had a gOOd I -‘
It AN. Sapp ee dwrrt,,Tr CAL'S eI'OdIACLI 11/T.
appetite. .
I TP:IIS-nn absolute ,to elite far dyspept.ll, Mitosis.
-7.110 stealthy parentS of two New 'York ,, , a,,a 0,,,,,..:,,,in,y- n ,,1• p c ., Lee s kep t ..
paint; men who were tired of doing nothing, : u e ,,, oa d h a . ~,,t . r.,a, h i dt e nil, ity, nrny' wuuht
regetitay blurted them lit the brokers bush. A. i I.n r li: it the ..opeuocile c ? I i1.1.•Al uf euring and
wish a capital of ilxu,lsai. In two weeks they i tuldgurAtlng odllluis.l. the gets! t Ouch of the pre.
Mot 10-4, 14e capital and a few hundred Over. , part. ion sotto! 11,... Itcrit copal: put to a corothra
. , lit t few. 'I 11 re Is iin• Itlght gt au :hurl ;y for sip hoc
-A man a short dis thneo oat from the etty I *Life.lst sluolld not Pe hid hndi r i 11,11..1,• Itil.
... iyd no one need tell hint that advt..: i ising ; it Ise xerde•t should ts. ,d a . o d as a clty en
oho% COthe 0. big rush, for li o advertised ten i a hill • susre sil Ild n.aa v te cog oil otec. of It. It
bushels of grapes for s•ile and the next morn- . I- anon 11110. IVitvlt,ll , to , t In , - LI r . Thlt..? , llly been
in (' ih ' r° Wasu'L one 1 " 1-tne 6° " ' 6l ' ''''' '!`,..71 ; 0`1'4 ;q ' V ,," . ', 1 . 1%=. 1 .:11; 1 jt e Urt.i..: 0 ' ti r s7ifil
al .
i Ispiere, and mat the viuditanenth t.AtimplatAle In
-It appears from recent experiments con- I its tarot have oh: t Ir. ath, to lo , w rht..... Jan.
tlueleals by the. London Pneurnalle Company, ,I guA,r.s. 'I 11011 -an
enjoy p,rnset health to-day who
Mat one uuntirell and twenty torts of goods can I ooed be inogoldtlev oo be.l., the
sl u t
Pt 4- IC the
lei aunt through their eighteen Mlles of tl/1/(S ,ne wt.; all. r•• 11.0 t o to npr,r4 11. tritth watt ',gun( (r.
~,, th..r univnih.l tartortilt and C . irfralre tar and
every hoar. at a cost less than Id a 101 l
mile. n id. tapir., pruot ha+ 1.•• it reap, d from hag
. , pubicity. in a! any arguluvi :wh rte if the
-An apprentice sailordioy fell from ' the I public lwalth i.as heen in od•cied; tt 11, c 1 mire been
”round top , ' to the deck, stunned, but Ilttle I Loves; trine fcebb• base be•di 51 tnginenen au•l the
liurt,the Captain exclaimed In rairprhet. , Why, rick resto•ed pr. rd youft to.s , &eta ace , mplis4r,l;
when did yon come trend" From the north 1 and wit^ ," mean Is , ' t;,'S'Tiwigv fn. , swIUS.. Silos di
e( Ireland, yer honor e' wits the abrupt reply as I nrt34-Id th ' -Ir '' tr r ." .'
the I Ittlefellow gathered libuSelt up. -
' - 1 .Mr..1. C. Derby, general agent for the Paris 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
exhibition, announces that 110 further uppli. i -----. -- - - -- ----------
e Glens from American exhibitors can be re- W.V. BINOITAX, Jr., Adrtms Express Of
ceived; us ,lie space allotted to thetinned ISI Fifth Street, Is tin authorised Agent to reeene
"dates is ]tiled. Noble of Lim time of ship- I.
dvertisenients for the , GAZETTE, and lid other
in ant for accepted articles will be given by.litr.
A
Derby. . . papers throughout the United kitten and VW
-General Lee aCeepta the note' of all idtt- Conadas.
.1 ni s who are unable to pay the fees nt Wash-•
Ingtou College. believing that young men 10110 1 A SSiGNE.:EV
[reels: their education under , such elrittllo l £l,
AIIIIIIOI,I will pay when able. Perhaii. this Is - PERE3IPTORY SALE OF
one reason why the number of applications
has reached c le ht hundred.
W
-.1 all street 'qill" tried to/Whip tree I FURS!' FURS! FURS!
''scum" at New York. tits caner day, mot get
panned Into 1 Ito gUtter for his pains. On gut. I :A.m. .a.triorrzcorr.
ling up he for nll that he had lust a 11 laMund
pin in the senele, and a maul[ telegraph , a ,..:. ' li‘. WEI/SERI/AY MoRNINII, Nov. 11111, at lo
,11tter hod the pit :Wire Of carrying Idll ale V.)9 i r ''.IIII'S n"el.°'• emu I ' ttitt ' ln tg In the afternoon.
i cf. 2 o'clock. and will tan .old pereraptorlly and
; reward that he Mimed for IL.
. ei Inset reserve, by order of G. Adams, huh, As
-The students of a New Yolk colic, . roc , tit. I J ),1,11, I'. Ut
f 7 ourpttrutol a !tinny Joke upon one et the .
culiege magnates, wile is as absent up deli as .4
.000 if "Oft 2" II Or FURS,
he . icat:neu. hemp le the Dealt cf t. mite . a '
l i di , ,t , c i r tt u t l tl e, l , l t i s bL ey in con i-e t 0 it sein ~ .:,;- 'y f,„ ~.,:. lor , 11l gie pl. c• I. P.M pril•ll.ge The as.
ehatt gin g th e toork k e p t von wet vtaibrau shi r 105.4, received with blank
nit. n ' a di"tt the 11111 thapte( z of Acts lor a I e 'kept W•t c r lin.k Creuch Coney. real rititiltrel
le a eek ,
• I Ihni on !fat 3114 1( at :W... French:Sqirel,
-2co less' than ' Any •s• • 1 .`, • • rl.an
C Pltet., lb L.l.n Coney, Marilee nod rsal
hymn s and eaut e ,„: .., I- 3 s e.G.'" of vielorY, i Sos Ile V:ctorirics. Codsrs, Taint., Mugs,
entry of Lim Priee, " wei ellintiosed tor 't he IC‘ Ail sus and Chlnlren'r.
tan limit. li to Berlin Dail I Ille . i , Ile der, thin Is sp vlllild upperlottil". 5 5
I they been playetione up
- •••, 11 I" other. ,a,., t y I ev, i e l. a,. •.a. r. I a lithe told aid wth the pHs!.
musical ratttliotity, they
~,,,,, i I . ; ' , • ICee or t , .. , lliplletteof
eieven hours and lorta.nv e en„,;', ntl '',. 'i•.l,'-','. 1e.11.11,-Ohhil. T. A 3IcCLILI.r. \N.D. •
Ices they were all Irldyell prv iteLlit:r ' ' l 6 % ' l.n l / 1 . - 1
ion.
• idichrodler,
,
del not heighten the ed.et, Ida La.,' ',., -- ,:z . ? • • •
-A negro of the Ottawa Itollau 51. 'i
•••'.
, . ..litttlil ali. i
seouded the other 'lay, tf.itig wl lll „,„ •
ten to lourteen thousand dollars In t,,,,l l rn ir ,,, ° tu, i
Inittley, set en bemire/I dollars in .det,..l;::'' 1..
eight .111111dItAt lanais 11l idiyhtli o r. 1 ,,f ~ t, t , 1
Creech lltortirllliyilt by one of hts et...11,1'4
bat the sharp till, l'e %he had LCI.OII anollwi
traek I. itt2 all the plunder in bee pose...ion.
-Tile citizens hf Mal Arnie, heranelLy, arm to
hold a meeting Oa Ism 121. h inalant, the obp- e y
of vs 111011 is to seettto the lortelture -or the
charter of tbe Ifitysthle and Lexington Rail
road, held • at pit:sent, by parties Untriendry to
the complettou of thermal, and to organize a
new company, by which rot/load Memo:Lions
01th the. Interior of the State may be este,.
lished
IX LATITUTIOIi ID Sil 15ASOPT11.-Tt/ era Is a belt.
of country 0.5 tending from North Cat ad Ina Lt.,
Texas, including the northern and central
points of the Intervening S , itt. s of South Cars
,oilna, Georgia, Alabarnit, Allssfssippl and Lou-
Islutia, 0 men, In epripelitlenell ht this tailttre
ty. I,,,,‘the crop,, Is threatened with t he Most dirt
.,,,t,,,,..... LtN - that can haat a people-a, state
1.111 [Matins denoting the approach and IL
May In; taw ttetttill hreFellell 01 !IL!"
I/ ' before
'all e maturity of the crops of Ise:. ‘'
.vesbv,
our
Irkutsk p a : 7 n '' ' "4"
IPtuol:1'.l T u x
1 i I
fn eel
t h i 7 1• 1 ° t s ic i t a 1, :Ziir;,;l:nl:leoh4re'sjc'l'l:is:;i:ll'''ST:ll li‘Li tragical itg ';:6oa.bl
n l a i " . -.
tired and seventeen out f . i u"'d, "•" . ,.'" l . i on
a tau toteen dun,. •
and twenty-one Coho 0 ere e“,,,,,,. ,u this:li
neighborhood of Luke Radial Lela ji ...,-
the iesurreetion have been either kit I 1 1
or ni
fallen again Into the hands or the uutbu;i t t.l •s
Thu slain amount 40 Dill ty.fuur. In aliciti, c ..;
o.l,fclal report it is Slated that thirty-elate .. s .- -
Lies have succeeded In m i dair [ ag their ee.'..,, - ..
from liertehlnek. The/ r rad te r. Le ,,, - ,.,:::
tree itUillaiShilsipail to Tart4l7,
, 14:1: In New Oilcans, t
With the api roach of Wiutor ser.son, the'
g'atubling houses ommiu full blast, and they
are almost numl.ertess, ranging inelegance
of appointments an.l monetary strength
from institutions which furnish royal sup
pers,a aped commar thousands of dollars,
down to 'little • 've ' , y-nine shanties,
where the lunch oasis a of crackers and
cheese, and tin- ". Aps - \ - mst a picayune a
piece. Formerly i\hey were licenser under,
hors of till Srde, and were open to every
body, brit now they arc under the ban, and
are sit chat exclusive. People have learn-'
cal to look upon frequenters of these pla
ces with distrust, 'whereas in old times ev
erybody, except the preachers and deacons,
playedwithout regard to public opitticn.
The law oblie;ett the proprietors to keep
their plnceS omthe first floor, in order - to
secure c4sti'of entrance, and every one bet
ting against the bank lent a legak right to
demand the dealer to change his Pack of
Girds even in the middle of a deal. Al
though the pract leo does not obtain so uni•
versally now, since the changes of the law,
thousands are lost and won nightly on St.
Charley Street and other localities, where
large brdzen figures over a done, and a
screen m the top of the stairs, give sureqn-_
dication I that a "game is bOng dealt.P'
.Straime to say that, notwithstanding the
influence of Preach malmersin other mat-
Mrs, faro is the favorite game and Creoles
the most numerous players. The gamblers
wield an important influence control
of Muncipal 'affairs.
Aa a natural accompaniment of such Li
faSt place, gilded baguios filled with fast
women abound plentifully. Some of the .
finest residences have been appropriated
for such purposes, and although strenuous
efforts are often male to rid the comMunity
of them, they always tail here, as they do,
everywhere else. New York, Boston and
Washington arc probably the only c ties in
the country which excel 'New Orleans in
the extent of its patronage in the fool:-
monde. The Evening Star carried with
her ton watery, grove scinc ,of the Most
noted mistresses of houses of prostitution
in the city, and the adjustment of their re
speCtiVe "611 , -CCSSiOUS"—property left be
furni,lted whispering gossip - Mr
the whole city, as it lets disclosed the Met
fled male partners existed, who bad pecu
niary interests in the: houses. Of course j
People don't talk of such thines'out- loud ;
but they get whispered about with great
celerity. There is a (terrain bslduees about
tlfe appearance and lozation of these dens
of inhony here, which is, perhaps, only
equaled. by your own city, For instance.
on Boston street three costly marble car
tinge steps are laid on the curbstone, on
which are cut ie letters the names of King,
Ilamilten and 'Palmer, Mistresses of the
litiuse,'aml which are in }chainsight Won
street. King was lost on the vessel
refi , rred to above, and the roughs call her
marble sign a tomb-stpne.
The balls of the quadroons, almost al
ways fancy tht,..ss t arc another prominent
point of fast life e. Of course they are
attended by all the fast young men about
town, and rumor lets it than. gray
htcads
amt beards are sonictime's seen! mixed -up
in whirling quadrilles, pollms and waltzes,
with the long black tresses of the send"'
white females. They aT,Cconducturl with
all the rigid conventiona - litThs that pervade
similar entertainments indulged in by the
upper-crust, and no description of them is
neLessary
":::71":"ISALLOE' LIME—
,. I, e, .
I ,
:.I !lit I-. OF LI.SII-.
.
,
1.0,1 Le(
Cyr/ yr,3 re! IL, 'LI:On? ut
'nil
A.:1,1 , 114
1 , ..F - 111N4; .4 1 I:1 , 0 ET~III I:
•It 1i ~0/:E.
,T
F )1 I • 3 WO . 3i bT. /UK
~ .I.llthole,th• and rvoii str
I,rng Mid .11.-dn.the inn..., Nt
tonthr oi th e Dir.n.nanl, nt . ar Foutht
n
erred.tn..l2..4lT
C°1!;1,1,;.r-7.4.111..N0 •
rl • • prim. Cratitre,rlti,;
.50 • • et rut ar9,
1, Ira•••.ls //sled
.-• • A1•1•4+:
11011.!; '(714 cete: •
Ca O M OI C , I-F 1 ...
10ek1.0, mitt 1,, .i.Oe by V. Sr. EL
No. 4:1‘ . ./ .tie.-.. J • ltta•burj4o-- Lon
SCi Ol 4. • JULtiANIENSa CAII/11-.1 GE
MAK
new
iiroyer & Baker No. 1 Sewing Machine .
Bca, g u~lnlt Ili heat for their
Our balt .et
no9:nr-i
E=MEM
iae
I riAvE 1 4 / 1 .8 ILIA( SOLD Ml'
Taw INTEI:
L n't' ,!, • ru ,_c,A NIL& hi, 1 . E••
Tlc..•
to
UMN-614 Co gl,Biler . e:ll,i'VrtYll..
October /B'4.
_ .
rT\DEI Le
CAS:SI.III:IIb.S, FLAN .
.111. AN N, TS—all sizes and Col. r 5;
Fl:/t5, Fu lur.
Popular stuck a; PoPaLr Prices. -
A. LEGGATE.,.
'• 1f,9 Federal [sett, Ain alien).
INDOIV SHADES—Anew lot of
11.• W and ocaut,ful' el:slams on 1.1144. en, its.
•std Butt tirnunas, lhtd !Mil Painted rlorders, at
lUT Market street.
%11)1. It. III:lair:3 • 11110.
ROOTS SIiOES.—A. very .
!gape fleck irt very lowest prices.
- A. LiEtitiATE.,
007 ILO Ft Sera strgct,
---
NEW ADVE iIySENEN TS.
JAMES T. BR,ADY ft CO.,
(3noc,taors to B. Jones & C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood Sig.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
DILALLILS IPr ALL KIND 3 Or
Government Securities,
Foreign Exchange, •
' Gold, Silver and Coupons.
CLILLECTIONs mule up •11 teceaelOl• Poiut , I
the United States end Cane.
luttrrest allowed on Time Deposits.
J . c tSCHOOIIIIIIAKIVR,& 801 V,
PittAurgh White Loan Works,
PURE WHITE LEAD, ,
BLUR LX:AD giltU I LV A FUN
U No. 67 Fourll, Street, Up Stairs.
Loll b 79
PAT EVO LUI`10:11 IN ,TII F.
z N Tt F. OF H UNITED .
— DUDE CAL• I FOItNIA oIT El
A xtliti nSTAT ES ouIe nod
pre hared il6 if In Francs, fnm Win Ca. l lor•
ola n the, and Miklosthe place ortruportolUham
phr
The umo h li/Ord 'would ^all the attention oine
Dealers and otel Keepers to the following f W
which may giro a correct Idea Of the quango( they
Wine:
''CONTINENrtI. Hain,
-PitiLADstrill a, Oet. :sth,
Borenzit a C. —Ge.tleyne a: Having
gleen your California Ch Lmoagne &boron& test,
takn Ineasure.in_aay lug that use Moat It Ina Lest
&tarn au wine ore. lace avcr d. We shall E.
once place It on our Lill of (Are. lour c truly
J. E. KINGe•Ltt .0 CO."
Call and try our California Champagne.
uoltia7a • Lit/I.IOIIEIL t , 0., 30 Duyct N. Y.
DRESS GOODS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT,
Z , mina° in,t .IC.row Prices;
WHITE, ORR •Sc
Istroot
• •
OTs!. LOTS:—I can now offer
t, "10 na p:5O, well locatttlaml ins pleas
ant
Ai.), 10,4(..../ op the Elle from Venn 101,(0)
ton Lille rIY s. r..et, , fl ow ....... ........ 7.0
trot
011 B. ol o f to
otalpe i.ll, iron, !f 0 to nyi
Vu tri. o.tetott. from 'Le 10 001
lo I.lh.rty Townehlp. eel...ping Mc.
lloorootylo lets. from Seil to S 0
Alin Imr. 1; Tow usurp. Leta (tote... IS. to WA/
10'S Will he toldop tern. to stilt W. , '
11:111.1,... worue vow . oltalralooe loeprorOd prop.
eriy, located In the noroughs 1 1 111 'folvuthlp, Al.
lovlowty i n labtorgh. and a . .holnlne couutloa.
For terms, apply at the lital tonal e 000 Insurauce
Unice of
ti BATE%
cot, Lewrenceville.
nun Maier s "t
I'EIE TEM' LATE:
. Pine Frtiich C If Elo9ts i
• Fine hip
• Water-rroof
Wavy Boots,
Ladies' Polish Boots,
Ladie,' Button Gaittrs,
Lades' Crngrfss Gaiters,
Ladies' Baltuorals,
Ilisses and Cluldren:o Shoes of
Every Dmcriptlon, at
THOMAS H. PHELPS',
Li iStnithliettl Streof
[4ll'S Itti:111; Fl FLttER' nl.
'CARSON, DARLINGTON & CO.,
PR EWERS, MALSTERS 4, HOP DEALERS,
SOSIMA 11110 DES & co.. ritehbnratz
•
h3l. AII)EILSON. Allegheny,
• •
' Or! cg.torc C - J or hid IWO BMA
,artlctart• act! to•-, .
PORTER. .
tbrurgh thr ro,Yel n;* 3I rrom
ours -mots Icc tuttit.ug f ell ties and. Hors from the
ramie a tot And Wrus, rue guararace IA be Durk ,
Au I butotto.. ry totru t sly
Our !Nl/LA ALE has F.Leu 111,111 r rc,AAt. Sc,!
y . ALnve r.. taut t!y . tot.
le c. A,\ rUstAmrrs lea... to
tortl - ttlat tIS lie their oro rs ottlteattlutz,
lug Ulu old Bruw.ry . or „tour office,
Gran of Darine;ne Way and Barker's Alley
Fur...PITTSBURGH EXPLORING
AND ['eV/et ot'ING MINING C. 01P NY Is
1:1 t Is/IN %If:0111[7k, JALICAUN tot: ::"Ty.
t barter from the state o(Vlrgtela.
CAPI r AI 4300.000
Div Ir. 3,000 ,he ea. var value aud aubterlp •
[IOU l , rlce $ r blare.
•
I r t sitlnne—Y'.Fl-Ilnit, Carson atrrct, Illthalehtte.
ellentlhe k on county,
t t eetetar77.l. to‘nue..l,l,ort Co...Wth Vn.
',INGO AU, do do do
:et: r, LAE y 011,011 etre.l.,
Vase 111 t:ellen,
Ihructor—le
° Innlhern. Carton alreet o Ease Mr .-
TItI et napanv Jre , re , tharee Int Saie, as described
entteo. They are tothillu e . • shaft, whath need. to
Pr ;T. fE E.: ti eh, In order to accede the rel per cent.
r Ors, w Itct luen•II all through the tarns
aCECO:(I D. two f tot hate s rental.
tharea may th• Cared , vIEIE wher e hc, nt, or any
ot• Cr on tern( the coal( an 7. her mien the other
,p,t.lcularm can benbtalned. hole: 75
BREWERS' NOTICE.
• •
TOE lINDERSIGNED, lIREWERA
OF I.IT resolve.% at (bell last
•meothoe. that 3 , lttle..ts with Vealera 01.11 be
made on the riusr 01 EVERY MONTI.", moot.
mencime November It% ISM.
SPENCER &IcKAY,
I). FAWCETT &
CARSON. LARLINUTON'S CO
Z. IVAINWEIGEIT,
L TIILEKE.N. '
I'o I.LOC tf.. K ALTE.NIIOIO* &
FRINKLIN COTTON WORKS,
E. HYDE'S SONS
Are now prepared to mauuraetare
COTTON YARN; CARPET CB A IN
COVERLET YAEN• CANDLEWICK
TWINE:DATTLINV,S
curry N WARPS. Lc.. &c.
WEST CANAL STREET. between Robinson and
Lacock, Allegheny eltY. I's.
orders by mall attended to. nog ntal
I .DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
JAMES T. SAMPLE
NAVIN() HOU , iII7 . TIM WELL NOWN DREW
ROUSE ON COHN alt OF FltuEltA I. AND
Nutt! NOON STS.,- ALLEtirtNN Y,
Will keep on hand a full aasorttnent of all kind. of
3=ktErr
And which will be sold a,39,
cheaper than any other
house in tile two Cilitl. •
. 1., ... 1 1 , t 10 +. carefully prepared by a first clans
-r ATIV:ds of PERFUMENY and FANCY 80A Pri
on hand. marl
GET NONE BUT Ai
•
GROVER & BAKER
•
•
For a Iloilday Olft. It 1. reliable. perfect aud
therefore the heat. Don't fall to call sod sec It at
NO. 10 firrlf
HOILIEVV. .
leo Ws. hew prime White Flint (or catchy
CRARI.rd C. BALSLEY,
Iv No. 511 Libenty street.
CHEESE.
ao boxes (1036t0, Factory and Limburg for 'plc by.
CHARLES C. BALSLEY
No 7il Liberty street
Bnuoa~s.
-WO dozen for ealn by,
CLIAISLIpi C. 13.4.LSLEY,
No. 731 Liberty ntreet
LATER' LARD
A lot of Ito t reuttere4 cbolcu Lard, ltt tierces
to arrive for sate by
CUAILLEJi C. BALSLEY.
No. 911 Liberty street.
LARD OIL.
5 bbl.. Extra Relined and warranted Winter
rttralned, for sale by
A1f.i.83 C. lIALSLEY,
No. :01 Liberty et.rcel
825 , 060 TO LOAN.
Persons eest r leg to bOrrow moue, olt
1311 N I, AND MORTUAUX.' 7 '
For One, two or more Fenn, will do well to roll on
nnJ lira) };slate A gen:lVb.l"tarit.l.ClParrrsTrYet.
SEWittIC ' , MACHINE
Is the Ultima Thule ofMe<haolt m. PI eape call and
NU. Id nrxii
- .
-
_
NEW ADvERTISERIENTS. • NEW ADVERTTSEXENT. j NEW ADVERTISEAT.ENTS.
vEruf 1 - Aix...ital.; cAlpi D 0 ;11 T. 1 .... _
C GO 0 D
• AT EXECUTOSS' SALE.
Tha..seiy valuable rap.ll, 3!t•. 1 , 1 l'ellrt t 0...
BLIP, Westm”rtland ~ nu! T. Pa:, 1.11 - .1 , .1 , .. , 1..1 ,
c ty t'aul.llrlnVir, lit? Llta- pr4.pc/ , ‘ , l 1.
11 4 A AC 7. LUNUACRE ticc.azt,l, CJ111.111.14
312 .a.cu=c 9.
. 10, le eltrLlllnly one of Me tint •t far m :; is lc'. td
nuareltrol county, lel It Rood an I s t.uhtt.trttlal tut
pro reagente. A arty l‘Fge and vont vul'•ut
Dwelling House, a Large and
- New Darn,
•
Bunt lot' e brel ILIUM,: al, a rENAN I' It 'USE
on one part or the farm. The w but_ (aim Is
UNDEIULAID (.0.11
And wtll be on or eonteolrn t to the Due. f t h. r,h
templated Itallrout !rum Man, ruation to New
!eau, b - In• about are s fr. at Manor rtahloa.
au the Pe 1102. nail row!. :col two and a i,aif
from N•w tialrtn: ...nett/L.la to •cltuo:s an•t
churches. It tie sold en I' m .. or dint tr.l to ~tit
pAchasers. To. abut, 'prate..rty wit! to bold et
rialutc Vendor. on
•
Thursday, December 27th, 1566
.
.
Persons vrl.lllll, to iturrhaLe, and de It It.g to rev
the , artn before tbo day of ante, aryl ear "111 J. r.l.
RANKIN, Esq.. at ilarrlkrro City. rdro take
;dram, In ellwrlcur tin ',Mw p.treertl l.or 2 .1 loop
141drrfiq, try;,Bi...set;Artero. IL2 , l r ll . d v e i r L - . .f lg d :
It. B. CARR, 3forg..ntoon W. V'.,
nol2:ll4:arT k: XeC itt t. : ti ,
ATIAB
.Itl ITb STREE T„
Ninth Hard, Fitisburgh.
THOMAS N. MILLEH, PresitbEnt
TLose
Works are among ttaf largest and most loan
Plete estattllst•meot lit tlte tVc. t, are larc
pared to furnlati
EnginesdpLvery Dote rlytion
Boßees, Oil Tanta,
Sheet Iron ork,
railroad Cabling.,
Boalng 31(11:Castings
Engine Cuttingo
a.tiligs,
Cetierf I Castlll . ;; N,
ORDERS SOLICITED,
ocoalui •
TUE GITEATESI',INVErVi'dON OF
AtiE.
Webster's Palent ".Ordinary tireueb,"
llults,Rbuud (:ae, Brasx at ht
Will holds Roudul Rot or Bolt In SCREWING 1.11 , 1 ,
STY
The Appliances u s ed
tha t'T.
Witt:NC:ll for rolling
oil and Screwing tilt Pipe. Sc., can 'be carried In the
pocket, obviating the expense and burden Of t i e
gg est wetgght of Ton Se. to he cart led nud used
.final what tawanted by evxry FEAII and GAS
EIMER. ['LUMBER, ENGINEE 11ACHINISP.
BLACKS ITII, CALL and CARRIAGE BUILD
ERS, and on 611 STEA.Malill'S, Boa Ts, LuCOM
Zee.. and In every BAILEGA.II liLl'Alit
01100, FA l. l'oltl', ler. and every ' , TORE and
klt/USE WHERE WATE.i: A N (I Al, ARE USED.
These WRENCHES are made to the mo:t
°ugh manner, non are over .0 per et nt. cheaper
than any [lt t t r tools used X , perform the tan. work.
A 12 In. Wrench will cut Off and screw 1111 pipe's 1.,
ILIO. • meter Aib to. Wrench WI,/ co: uf nod
:crew tripe to IS Inch diameter. An io inch
rc eh will cut off aml screw tip pipe ' a to a lichee
Alamett r. A :t' Inch Wrench Will cw to and hen,
up plot ti to _'inches di:Miele, l'or . hale Ity
T STYLES OF
.(10-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE—The
s- , tiuderslgurd hare this .lay formed a co•partuer
ably under the name and Mlle of
EVANS, DALLAS & GILMORE,
T. M. MARTON .1: CO..
Fin. the rail p,..lte of Fa&ylag,A. the
.IE3 trir k ):111E
SHIP CHANDLERY BUSINESS,
dud Ilartulacturtrs or
Cordage, Pactilug, Tanis, &c.,
AT THE OLD ,TAN:..
. .
- • •
No. 13C1 , laiTra.tor 511.2. - 4thcat.
1:41.1,A5,
•
1 , 1 , :•:;•...14.1...%•!. 7,, 11. 61,1.11.• • /•:.•
- • .7.1:•••••:
BUSINESS MAN'S
•C MMERCIALCOLLECE,
Nos, 6 and S al, Clair Street.
011
Arithructi.: uncl•Pailinan..l.lp
• U...., mum, to Ofr
I ' ennu..lll, , , per wou I /1 n 1,1,•
Fur Clroul tre. or ereCilnyll.s,.ll , t , Ve”
v. 1• 11 , 0114:!:„114 . __
F. 00O' LAO 01.
FIRST CLASS LOOKING CLASS
AND PICTURE FRAME MIANUFACTDRY•
J. LYONS,
No. 110 Wood St., Pittsburgh,
Keeps on Ilantl and manuttetnrei 5,, ord• r. the
FIN XL . ..Tr:I'I'I;ED, , I,T a.... , 1•.%V0DD and W. 1.-
N eVAI.awdadDIAI:E A11111:011. r
and PICTURE MICAND, l'undda l'orni.••• • Vand,
and fluttmla, Consul,. Trlpwl and Drarldd
of raquislid: th,lan sod worarn Lnehir, •
J,DIN.• AND EEDILDIND esec , tfol In Dm
high." style oftluf art.
4/JeCKICaS Multi: CAT E. nn:..n3Ddias
. •
SOLDIERS ,
CLAIMS FOR BOUNTY, tte.
The nnaculpted wig collect ell bottutler, back
Day and penalona dee soldier.: under the acts of
Courts, or State •
Congres• basJlLt passel an Let equalizing Woo
llen, under Which veteran soldiers are entitled to
bounty of front 1100 to 11 . 100.
JOHN O. LASUILE,
A. 11. iIItOWN.
Attorneya at Lan-,
.1111-afi2oll.l .
OLdee, No. IL I Fifth street
THE BEST,
PETROLIA BLUE LEAD,
FOll Vll. ItEFIN EIZe;
31 caufacturedurkly and fur sale by
T. 11. .1 El^l.lr A CO,
X.i.OX110•01. Its.i..22LVlDVrcarls:ess,
W. Cor.3d and Market Sts:,
G EO. F. SCIIICCIIIIIAN s CO.,
PRACTICAL LITHOGRAPHERS,
The ONLY STEAM MTH , RIR APIS Evl•Al4.
ILSIISIKNT WEST fiF THE 310tiNTAI An. nese
nets Cards, Letter thafis, Bunds, ti t cu.
Drs. ehenv Darns. I•nflonnts, Portrait, V, o n f o
Certificates of Depo , fits, Invitation Carils„te. Lee.
NO, 19 snit Ti Third st., Vittsbingh. se lilfifJ
PiTriiiliffitGli AND OAKLAND
InCEENitifUse.N.
JOHN R. & A. HENDOCH,. "
(necneesors to John Mt. - cheat, Jr..)
NUILSEDYSIEN AND FLDIDSTS, Pittsburgh. t'a.,
licit attentinn their extensive stock , of Flf
AND X DINASTENTAL riVrieDlSEe.Nit,
IJKAVE VINE'S A ID tiltE.ENtiOlirE PLANTB.
Cs!l for is Fall Circular.
l'lttoburfeti and Oakland Passetiffer
the Greenhous e every
(. I EORGE HEAVEN,
CANDY MANUFACTURER •
And denier ',ln FOREIGN AND AEU:RICAN
YRUITd, Ac..
• N0..112 lederal4Hrect;
Second duo- c.v.... the Fleet National Hank,
'a • I PIAUI/PI.
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REMOTA L.-THE UNDER MG :11-
ID hare remore4 the °Mee of the lifwEpti,
WORKS (rum 33 Market street, Pittsburgh, jrt?.),,.
Works on (.7211t,01i hTItEET Lirosrustuwu. Where
they can hereafter beluund.
PostUtilce Aildreas 83ft. Pittsburgh.
r u • tr, , I), ug
. -
pAPERI PArEIRS.PITTSBunun
- PAPER MARIPACTURIEICI COMPANY.
Warebouse, Third Stnet, tetit coo
band, and Tor OM. St losses, ,narket rates. Still
TACK, MAN? , LA, HARDWARE, At I IFI
FELT and
,W r
L'AtEd• 10,1110
assorted LION In Warehouse.
Cltutton Mills At Steubenville. t 610.
1111 l -• sa-1.‘11•••••••. P._
W 1 ST` CO\IOIO%
irtr u olf`AE
co „
COMM., ALLtOITENY.
ALTVATKIL
H ay, „ on hand a, prepare on short notice
I) FLAKY FUR
hII)F.-WeLK4:IIItENVEItIf VAULTe. ad
HEAL) AN '1'(31!1 TON
Jur., .:ro promptly ortroto , t. .royi•Es ity.4-
ttot. 411 LE.
oc:11.111 , 0 •
MONEY 'LOAN OFFICE, SO. 141
SMITHFIELD STMEET, turner of 81xll,
I rittaburalt.
/SOUP, Loaned 00 01Iver Plates, Huns Pinola,
Diatuonda, Jewelry, Mold and Silver Watehea
clothing, and valuable artleles,o(e.verytdeserlptlo,u,
sN
The o
ac g e 0 oVIL 0 1: g tbe :
delivered
r o r;. " ""
Mora/a of every deaerlption for sale atlo
Isu
ItIDLIET 'S
c , .rum.rizsa. clzt.xvizo-sr.
Jest rceive/ a fresh supply, of. Ca n dl e s , celeted Vanilla Cream and ast.orted l for sale
by the pound, at the Family Grocery bistro or.
JOHN A. lit Nt , llti W,
artier Liberty and Hand street.,
VECESSARIES FOR THE 111111 , i
TEII.-.For a good COOKINU tlVEarld other
'lnchon Utensils, En to blo: t4ifi tirant street.
Plain and Fancy VOA LaCtiTTKL.S I , IIIF. r , llO
ELb. Plain SU4I n ano Utenalls for Cooking trystet
and other rant,. disurseFonders. btorn ripa, Ws
ter Conductors. 404 all other article., roll at P. IL'
1113 11•Yrn, Noe 144 anyo.,
- All cb,..•
..;1`
•. • .
•
MIEN
M. MeSTEEN & CO.,
N0.:14 Water strece, near I.lbertT
=l=l
113 LECil=3. 6 "1"E
.NO. 160 Wood Street.
BRITANNIA AND tIII.VER BLATED TABLA
WARE. TEA THAI'S AND TABLE CHTLERIL,
•Oral, on hand.
CHINA TEN BETS.
CHINA DI NNEJt tLETS.
CHINA TOILET SETS.
I N A VASES.
CHINA Bln'OONs
BB E W A Ith OF t'l
EVERY bEHeitirTzuzi
L.LCA CARD I.:Ati.ti Kr.% • . •
I. AV . A
, A el CI, WINS.
EMI TONE WARE 01 Aft vaMetlea, Local
M/101r 4:1.i retail :note. '
The ;ar ea and mo,A complete atock. everythlll g
In this :We lu [Lc city.
Prleus and term: the stone ns In the cletern:
_111317:34,
- 1 1 :17 r1Tt. " ..b C .. 1 Z /L ot E .e l . l t Y .co c k ° '7• l "
POCKET CUTLERY ;
f ln thin illy. Also,
Grouad Razors
..Vos. 67 and 69 Fttih Street.
IDISLAtCII BUILDING:) ntl3
110NUMEN7'9; GRAVE STONES
to teary, Vases,
DESIGNS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NEW STYLES HATS.
IZ'CORD & CO.,
131 1F3^40011 STREET,
Are receiving en laeinense stock or —go
HATS, CAPS AND FURS,
.11. 1 1 TS MR THE. LADIES, RENTS AND BOYS;
CAPS OF EVERY .Tv PClts FUR LADIES
AND CHILDREN; SABLE. •AllNli. SQUICREL.
any altspe or price, to whlch they invite
the talent'. of A11.
ADDITIONAL BOUNTIES TO
AU who nerved three Are entitled to 1100
L those nereltur rea rW., $3O: or who_were
dincharged by rewou of wounds, or their heirs.
2hres J./oaths Extra Pay
le. doe Volunteer Otacera In the errTlCe !larch &I,
DM. •041 dlaehargett,ntuttured out, or rutlgned
t Globe A orli o, lAIS.
NSlONS.—Permanentl are entttled
to 113, 41110 or C. 16, aecortlln y
g.todisabled
degree of disabil
ity.
W. J. & LULL. I'ATTEILSON, Attorneys,
4 'an,
ari Plttahnlrh, Pa,
NEW PAPEIR HANGINGS.
FOR PAILLORR—French Designs, rrllb Gold Ron.
der,
FOIL LlBRAZlEn—Pompeian Patterns on Orange
grou nd
PIM HALLS—New Orson Patterns onZed Clay
ground.
CIIAXBER. Lace and lilialln Patterns
over dark gvanda. -
Par cue f.• W. P. ISA nSISALL.
pea Fa Wood stress.
uCASKS 'POTASII, prime, w calved and foragi u bj
t, E
A.
Kia.i.y
Co..
TellOkilde DIT/WitSt g:Wu°411001
8A517. - L'IS
NEW GOODS.
Blanket s,
I+ lannels,
Cloa kincys„ •
Boy's Wear,
Shawls,
• Plaids, Silks.
Dress Goods,
• , Linen Goods,
• • - Merinos,
CLOTH AM) VELVET MANTLES.
3. SELEPHARD7
STEAM CRACKER BAKER
a-rip cox.FE CT 10.1 ER,
No. 317 Liberty Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA
Mann Cant firer and dealer In :Mk liteliof
PLAIN & FANCY CRACKERS,
,uu•
FRENCH CONFECTIONARIES,
:3,4Docs, 3alcomr-EEN
PURE SI'GAR TOYS, FOR HOLIDAYS
Prompt Talon 04', try 11o9:51wr
OVEICE OF TUE
•
Q.ll3ll,loNEns tilt FUNP,
11 •1110,u1:6, Ueltyber 21, isrir.
Notice Is lo rubr given %tat sorted propossle or
Lite ...or
One Million Dollars of tb,e,s per cent
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Six Per Cent. Loans,
•
Of thecointioihwe3ltli of VetiisAylaula. will be re
crlrel at the 'lreamiry De 10,. melt, in the City of
liarrisharii, .111111 2 o'cleek in., of
'r rrEIL J-,8"52",
The 16th day of November,,A.D, 1666.
•
Ft .tea MOlllll effered.'prlce
11.1 r Itegt.tgreol or Conlon, Loos. u. be
a.hlre,cd. ••Coru.nis.lonern of , Inking Fund, liar,
ra.."' elle orb,' "Propt...als to cell State
1. 0
ri , se•ri tine to reett
!plat not. In IS,It ort:nion, right l
to .the
C'uutmo, u , rcalt h.
.I , OIIN lIMITRANFT,
Attditor li rueful
ELI SLIVEtt.
•
S-ecretary or State .
W. 11. .•••
SLA{C Trcasurer.
Co , 11111if3:011tri et the Sinking Fond.
DU. J. S. RISC,' •
ev,intel tLe tn . :l.:Lice of 1/enlister IL
Coro. 1.0.41.
Opposite the Cathedral,
t r t c , cedvt, Mc ads rtatron2
ndces of au expt,rfenced
DENTAL PRACTITIONER.
retterlii Vt., on will be given En tie pervert,-
l'thi of lb., n' •d teeth by ski llfully .11111r.g th em
tu.nt rl4l, laid by giving them
rttEter trt3.11.,!. (1.1 pre ter elbg• them, for
Andre et re ate! rot:abet 111 3 rip,: old Ewe: •
•tl' :Ile troth Of
,t uttmg pored. st t all-
Ity atteedt .110 awl otter:, •ted.
arlloclniteetif, rendered
eethrtkettltle and useml i'y It e matte of tot Doe
tor's me •Imultm t be hind, I extly fur 811 who
mat - order ttdde.
- .
AU ii.nent dii,nr.frle, of r..lne In RI rl.lp. relief
'tn., viln In tin extrnettou of leciti, All. I, bklll -
fully iolnltniste,,l in Ulna,: minims.; thalre [twin.
9.1 ,- e bunr•irom it A. Si. in 4 r. U. 6e1.:1 ..:
1866. FALL
•
mn
.4- 4 iLitlP
IWe aro now figexhlbeor pare e ver n!.
eact.nstre anynt ood mwe hare ever had the
naere of offering ty our patrons. I
English Brussels and Tapestries,
marketchoice patt.rna never injure to till. .`"
Dlcu 1111TUA AND VEJNET CARPETS AND RUGS,
.11111:011/Ett1:1) SWFaI I. aCE CURTAINS,
Nor and Elegant Patterns of cornices,
Side & Centre Tassels, Loops & Bands,
•
Cholcu :Style. Notting Curtains.
WEARLAND &.COLLIISS.
73 7 and and
STREET.
Next how., U.S.
Cornet llou F se Y and rest Vince,
bound Floor.
CHINA WAREHOUSE.
RICHARD E. I3REED,
lu Endleße Varirty
vizracr. N. ciloaaammr,
Agent Plttsbnegb entlerl Cororang
Vaults, Fountains,
T. BROONIE I .
• Nn. 170 Penn Strvet.
Ecobr i ag tag n endless ;1 arlety
Soldiers of ISOI and 18C2.
ARRIVAL
NEW
DRY GOADS.
111N 9 iII'CONNELL & CO.,
NO. 178 EZDEIAL ST.,
Allegheny pity,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Levers, EMI' IN, hIcCONNELL S CO. announce
that they have Just evened and end are constantly
rece.a log ',kitty IN VOICES of not telected
lIItY
G0. , 115, and all artlc'es In IS, Ir Una at buslnefs,
direct (r of E
e asl. which they offer TO THE
11..A.DE , OR AT II ETA IL, at the LOW X/nT fLtar.3.
THEIR STOCK
COMPRISES ALL /as
LATEST AND BEST SYLES
• And in Great Variety,
And are all . aj d , llZI T UAT I MIT . A . II , 6I.TTERNS
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH
Tlress (Foods,
ALL KINDS OF FLANNELS,
While and Colored Blankets,'
Balmoral
Balmoral Skirts, Cloakings,
Prints, Delaines, Ginghams,
Sheelings—Bleached and Brown,
Checlo, Tickings,
Sheetlngs, etc., etc., _
Aud an exteutslre variety end neaertment of
IV ICI. P I C7 O IV EV
ERWIN, McCONNELL & CO.,
NO, 17S FEDERAL STREET,
.3llegheny
I=IEI
C. C. SEELY'S
CHOLERA PREVENTIVE.
•
•
VOR REGULATING THE
ELS.- destroying Acidity In the Stomach. cre
ating a healthy action of the Liver. assisting in the
.Secrellou of ileattily giving Regularity to the
Bowels. and assistin inns stem Ins dexithy state.
the iiREVENTI VEs uurpassed. It has been
tried lu thousands of Instances. and has never been
known to fail where the directions were strictly fol
lowed.
At this time, when we know not at what moment
the fell destruyer. .may be upon or, nothing shonlii
be left undone that can be done to give the system
a bettitt.y action.and It Is with a slew to Ming
about thls great dlslderatum, wale. of Itself is the
strongest bulwark' against tee attacks of cholera.
that this medicine Is offered to au Intelligent pub
lic. Its aellon in cases ofDlarrhea Is magical, One
bottle of the Preventive server to cheek the com
plaint—two seldom required.
Seely's Cholera Preventive
thels result of many years study and labor. The oh-
Ject of the proprietor la the nr.t place was tom:More
a medicine that-would • seist digestion and relieve
blur from the terrible sufferinga of Dvapepslt. 1 1 / 1 1"-
lug attained this great end, fie found that the mix. ,
ture was anadruirable ew e at or, 011 d that In cases
, of diarrhea Its action was wonderful. Inclplent
I Ilarrhea was cured by sleds e bottle; and even
child cr,es were compelled to succumb to the
powerful b y of this medlelne.
Having by actual ezper In his own ea/stoma
that of big satisded himself of its curative
Mowers, he offers It to the public In full confidence
that it wlll effect nil that he Metros for It.
Unlike tire numberless goad: no Arum. that are
foisted upon a too credulous public, It is not a
universal cure-all, but Is Intended for a remedy,
and is only et:luscious In cases of Incipient i'holera,
Diarrhea, lfsepensla, or kindred ins, arising for
the moat pan from Imperfect digestion.
/u fell confidence 01 1111 restorativepowers, It la
now alit red to the public.
No bon:el:old Should he without a supplyof It.
etcamboata. Hotels and Travellers should always
hare it on hand.
Lt is easy to take, shnple In Its nature, and Instan
taneous In its erects.
Sold by all respectable druggists and cOuntry
storekeepers. att27:11.5
ROOTS, SHOES,' GAITERS,
DRY GOODS,
Blankets, Woolen Hoods.
PLAN*EI.IS,
8 • Cassimeres, Cloths,
SEA Wl2, SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
n0ru.03,1.13:03,
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
McCDELL.A.ND's
AUCTION EMPORIUM,
Nos. 55 and 57
• (
FIFTH STRFeET:-
...ra,vrt
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK.,
No. 65 Fourth Street,
CHARTERED IN /855.
I Open daily from Pto 2 o'clock, also on Wednesday
and Satunlay evening., from Mar lit to Normnbor
' ht. from 7 to Is o'clock, and from November Ist to
May Ist, from a to Es o'clock.
Deposits received of all rums of no declare d One
Dollar, and a dividend of the profits twine
a year, In June and December. Interest has been
declared aeMi.anneally InJune and December since
the Bank yeas organised, at the rate of alx per tent.
year.
n Interest, If not drawn out, is placed to the credit
of the ilepositor as princlpal. and bears the same in.
terest from the drat days of Jusae and December,
compounding twice a year without troubling the de.
poaltor to c a ll. or even to present his pa. book. At
this rate money will double In leas than twelve yeus.
Books containing the Charter. By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, alrUbted gratis, on application at the
odice.
PnealpiirT—UP.ollol2 ALBREK. •
old Pngaingirras
John G. Backofen, A. K. Polloek, M.D..
i
Benj. L. Pahsseatock, Hobert Robb,
James Herdmam, John H. dhcenberger,
James !dcAuley, Junek Bhlalle,
James IL D. Meeds, Alexander Speer, '
Isaac M. Pennock, Christian Yeager.
• adaigia,
Wm. J. Anderson T . James D. Kelly,
Calvin Adams,
John C. Bindle)", , ga r r Y tkiii n gss, .
lint Bglwa7n. 1 John Marshall,
Walter Y. Manhall.
A'onao..,r Carrier,'John B. Moleadden,
Charles A. Colton. Jahn ,
Orr
1 4 4 ' 1; kiaurfl nn.
tte r sry E L. .0 . 1, 4 : 274 11 t ,
John J. illifesple, _Aleian . der Tindle
William H. Haven, Willie= Vanlcir
Peter IL Hunker. ' Wm. P. Vietnam
Richard Hayes, Isaac Whittkr.
Yncasungu—CHAßL S A. COLTON.
dectscrusk—JAS, B. IV. MKIEDS.
W. J. C. L10M.11..•.C. A. Y. .111 CBS.
MYERS, HOPPER & CO, •
(Eiticottiort to U. 12. Bulger.)
No. 45 Szo4thfield. St.,
• .illnufactarers arid Dealers la all kinds of
Fitrxßivirincrptm
Parlor, Chamber,
and Dining Room Bets,
OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE,
Together with a fhll as tortment of
Pittsburgh Manufactured Furniture
c;orotantir on; bandalid for sale at the
Sac .woest3PriAmem.
•
, 1 EGAL NOTICE. —ESTATE OF'
oPlEi26al WiAß Yl 4!!Eitl 2 .2.ltit!
it:shins' Court of Allegheny County, Penns,.lva•
ids, notice Ls beret,' igiv.n that the tiodersigaed,,
shrilling Executors of the Last Will and Tosta-•
in. nt of. said decedent, bare settled an -asentint,
which is [lieu In said Crum snoring a bslaa nth '
their hands in Cash and invesunents of 'Two line.
ILIA and hilly-four Thousand and lieVenty•weven
. 04 90.400 Dollars, soblect ter.sieredoetiou of nin.
il,rstrPie-eso'bk-el!'brrioTallf!Aerretal "3111411r7
AsseclaVon.,•• of New Yoshi the other . lief to as
disbursed by Zoecators for parpOses sei.forth lo
uld will.
Ad nervous gad cOrporatlorut .clillnhilt 9r ,la
dein said fonds, or Ily port thereof. ao, required
tr l re.VVg•tarltl!t4fl V i ngi n i r liEln44lll l , 4 43'
o'c.ock A. *:;gad file theft. els has, or , show cause,
liv..',Te,:lgT,ll3 t i l l 4'4l:.T.'"::, AZ f,21:4
.....rdw g v. the Provirlons of the-lass veld and tow,
tainent tf Bald decedent, Its above sel - forUs• • -,
, • ,• • • •,, ' TkitollAti 4% HoWlt
A • . •. ' . ,
,_. mg,Berat xnetl •iols' //te. d d iOerginfliiiikrif 1 %1 , OfXslllah
WA Vt`
WANTED,
ASHALL SIAR sIDS.RILEIL STIBILR.
Eo wire of
co • 1463
writ Li .& KING.
VANTEIGENT..S—Ter sell b
Situp '
AS UL1.F.1 , /S GAS GEN' niceroit.
14 , 1 bl at CM. CAII he
In aVant.l tb bur lamp
MG"-, inn brat ust• lleta no.. from Carbon GU.
Con, cult,. as a c , ..ntlle. Will net blow out. AMMO
nude by ..ututs evillug Rtgha sr dciubtralour. wilt.
In the lab:A/day, Gnu are coining money selling
I/. Teri. private. . •O. C. lILTOut,
2,07 t - So. IOS. SC. Clair street',
WANTED—AGENTS —MA LE AND
T FE3IALF.T—In erery part of Western Pena.
y:Tanla tor the ring nowntorl Knerarlurs, •
“PltATElt FORtir., ,,
"THE -.YEA,"
—IAN COLN'S 110,1 E AT SVILINGYIELD,•
Either-by the month 000 n commission. Publish
..rs' rates al owed. For full parilculars apply •
priwo, or address,
no: 43 Fifth strait, Pittsburgh.
.
$7,5 d .t011200
:or Ladles, everywhere, to In'tr:riet"ttr3oWtiol
.tense Family Sewing ilaculne, Improved And pet ,
ecte.l. It It'll hem, fell, tttleh, gent, bind, braid.
embrol ler beautlfully—prlce 0017 gyliV—m A k;
ng the ellalle lock-,altett. and Ittlly warix.riled tor
Intro "ears. We pay the above wages, or a corn.
alsalon, Zoom 'which twice that alloUllt C. be
made. .1.,1.1rem or call on U. 00WEK.1 a CO..
253:1. fifth atreet, Phlltdelphls. Pa.
All It stel,.swered promptly. with circulars and
I
• WAL.NTD, • • L
• TO PURCHASE . FOR CASH,
•
A FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE,
Located In Fourth, Pllth,'_Elstb. Penn or 'Enilth
held strict.. One with itablC attached preferred.
RioREARTER, GAZZART. & CO .,
. .• vro: 98 Grant Sired,
no •
AGENTS WANTED "FOR A I%
1300 K, NOW HEADY. •
• WOMEN OF THE WAR,
117 FRANK. Mot.III if, authc of "Thu fiebelllott
Itocord, , a ce,
The obfect Or this work Is t collect nod present , •
narratives or the services Of the oome,, 1940 biltall/
the perils of the war.andonght W Inherit Its glor
The volume contains about GAM on
pages. and Is Illustrated with steel plate Port ral ts, •
engraved In the most unproved style. bold only by'
aubscrlptlon. '
for Circulars, address or apply to - 7
hAla Y BOWES:. _
• •
oc6 No. GS Filth st, eet. Pittsburgh.
A GENTS WASTED 13 Y. THE CV; •
••••••• ItEICA SEWING 7.16.121111 k: COMPANY' 'to
sell their 74:1V $1.15 MACIIINIL. WI sew from
tissue paper to heavy Beaver cloth or leather with.,
out change of feed. needle r tension. bclf.alu sling
pressure foot and newly designed foUr Motioned •
UNDfaas.x.n. Addreas, enclosing stamp,
J It. HALL a Fin. ; . •
138 Fifth Street, (Second Mem
Pittsburgh, Pa.
•
MEN WASTED,
•
TO ACT AS SeiLESMEN,
Etter permanently or temporarily, who arel- 1
petrol to engage In first-els" business relations.
Apply In person or address
W. D 4.l{hlt
selnjss 9B Great street. Pittsburan, , .
•
A GENTS. WANTED—For the Gola
MEDAL &EWING. At AC Itt.every City
and County In the Union. Thu lean cony' eced
two-thread Machine In the wok. Addrene A., F
tOIiNSuN dt Cl./..; ail Washlnglusi • utreet,
31ase, • • 007:n4;
DIVIDEND NOTICES. ;
THIRD NATIONAL BANK, PITTSKI.TioII,
PLITSDOIIOII, Nor 716, Med.
E DIRECTORS OF THIS I3ANIt
118VC this day declared a dlvldrud of I •
SIX /*XII CENT. ON TUE CAPITAL STUCK.
Free of (10VerlIMCIlt tar. Otlt Of the esrnlll(6 Or ih•
laartaz montbe, parable . oft and after ..110NDAlf
NENT,.t.Lke =l5 1110.
0051 JNO. L. LIVINGSTON, Cashier.
DIVIDEND. . • I
OrIICE R i TYRN IN6fludfiClL VOIWANIT, j
kITT.,IIII u 1(, SOY. litb. J.SGS. •
• THE ISOARD•OF DIRMCIk)ILS of 0;!a Company
have Ulla dartleclared a thrlden•fof ONE ,
DOLLAR
AND FIFTY CENTsypon each chart ol the Capt.
thl Stock, Jut of the earned profits of ezzol;c4 risks
of the tont six months, free_ of Government tri4
Slate'taxen. pnyable to Stoeihoklefson and
W3l. EUBEIST, •
11:=
CITIZENS' NAllf/TAL BASK tTh
Prrrtqa.rzau, rah Horeml , ertillri , f
CENT. du the Capital Stock, cplt of Mu prollrs of
the last all moult., payable ou and afltr the 12lb
1113 E.. tree of Coverument tax.
1107:01 . - J. E. BRADS, JR., Catttlei,
BINK VlTTlbeaull, x. Gth - 71KG. (' .
rrHE PRESIDENT .4.NDEIIIECT
-a- CMS a/J."l'H IS BANN have WI, day declared a
divldeed of FIVE erNT. "u las Lapltalbtoeit
out or lhe prole of the last of mouths, which will
be pall to atookbolders or I.V I , leg at repreeenta.
tires. cu or after We lath lust., true of [Gove rnment State taxes. _ _
_ut:7:135.1
W. ILOSEITURG:CIabIt r
.EXCIp.IIOII NATIONAL I[Ati6 OF PITTSLIVIGII,
I`a F DiRE P
CTSORS PA. NOT G.
BANK
have Ileclarrol a 'dividend - of eIX PEE CENT.
from thecartangs the last it: months, payable
to aharcholders en demapd. She IL Income Tax.
A raid by the Bank..
no7:nfa rt. M. MURRAY. Cashier.
1.31",,T0N5. t
Pirrsnuxou. Noverub, 30, liSta:
THE DIRECTORS OE TUIS B
Save Ova day declared 4 , lll , lde:id of ONE 'SUL- • '
LAICAND. bt.Voi.VSY-YIVE Clit.eiTs on each '
share of Capital Stock. out of their erotlia of lba •
last Ms module.pa) able to Otoei.bot re. or theft .
legal rapreatsitativea. oti awl after StIiNDAY, thit
I.3loinat. 11.0130.
ri0G.0.13 PreaMent.
1 :411.11AN NATIONAL BANK.
PITTSBUROIL. Noventh, MeV{
A DIVIDEND OF SIN FEU CENT.,
of oternment Tax, on the Ital Stock
or this Ban O rhaa been declared, payablq on and
after the 110th but.
GEOBGB A. ENDLY,
Caohler.
ND NOTICE.
. 'OFFICE or ALLEGnirsit (lAS OOrrAlit,
ALLB9HENT, PA.. Nor. Stri. MS_ 5
THE DIItYIiTOIN• 'THIS COIII . AN Y have
tide dor declared & dividend of FOUR rEft CENT.
on the Capital rthek, from the protein of tte
six months, payable on andaftvr the 115th Inst.
n04n...1:3 J. S. D AVIT ;SON. Tress,r.
QUARTEULY DIVIDEND.
NiaTioN, ki/INK, PITTSBURGH, -
tLato PPUborah Trust Como.y.)
THE N.L. 1864.
DIR.ECTORS Or Vito BANK bare t Is
Jos decla , ed aquartcrlr dividend of ?a:IEEE PER.
CENT. do the crapltal block out of lac profits of tba
Ise thrtAtliontbs, payable tortbattb, free of tax.
n08:0464._ B. be ULLY. Caahlar.
IVIDEND.
NATIONAL. Halts. I
PIPIThDrt..OII, Nov./ober 6th, Li6o. f
THE:DIRECTOR- or THI4 HANK here_ MU
day declared a dividend of Y/ t" . :'PER CENT. on
Its Capital Stock, tree of Goren/meat T 0.,., payahla
'O4 dunsnd.•
The time of dee/mina, foto/el/lel/lends hai been
changed to_
_the Iltsc Monday of July, IfC7, and
there Aer on the Ytrat Men , i/Ya of January and
July In each year. , P. GLINIX/N.
noB.net
Cashier.'
Jil:ts:ctatiwittlit
HENRY id ;tad
• MERCHANT TAILOR,
Northwest Corner of Penn
Desires to return thanks to hikftlends and the pub.
he for the many vast favors. and: respeethally settee
Ito a share of their futsae Patrososke• Fie wool
pleased to have them examine his
Large and Carefully Selected Stock
Fine Woolen Goods]
partica.2l, adapted tog
iESTIAIM MI FOB lilt AO
• '
LARGE STOCK OF
BOY'S sux'r
AND OVERCOATS,
Of the latest styles .for Winter desSon. WAS /e.
store, by
GRAY A LOGAN,
.Vo. 43' St. Clair Street.
FALL AND WINTEII :GOODS.
W. H. itIoGEE,
No. 10 SL Clair Street,
Wmild call the attention of borer, to his stock of
Goods. which h. been selected with great care. and `.
contains al/ the latest atyles of Goods to be found IA
nnt-elan, house. Gents want.. a . .
SUIT UP OLOTIEB MADE TO ORDER.
Will please eall our good. and_ penes.
Also a full and consolele - stoek of FUENDMIIbiti
131.101)d.
ItltollANt TAILOR;
No. 10 St. mot. eittsbursh. •
1.01018 BERGE A&cOy Manufac4
-.4 torero of •
• Grand and Square Pianos. • -
t/T BLK6 Ett MTILICET, tloeond -
Block Feet from Broadway, HEW BOWL. •
The Moos msnufacturel butble fltm aro armor- .
loused for poWerful, clear,ortillso and sympathetic ,
one: with es collent work =arm p Lima., and _ •
n•!".• 110.. ?IL MI .11.04•••• 4.14.1.111.nr.
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JUST RECEIVED ; •
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a ctit I,..4.y ! tter;
sreet Cloer, pure MCC .
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HENRPREA.
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KELLY• CO..
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