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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1867.
TEE' MEXICAN EMBROILMENT.
Whenec'er a rico* become so, deficient
in wisdom or eneru, , or both, as t° allow
their political institutions to fall with an!
arehy, they ja,tto dangerous conspiracies
from• within and the most formidable as
saults from wit :out. - . liar internal and ex
ternal ener:des are not likely to own in
plain Aims that their real object la to
sixatte the, weak and distracted, and to
thetaselves. They are tench
tore likely to make load and elaborate
prate sloes of hating wrongs to be redress-
ed or,of being actuated by considerations
of eniarged benevolence. When the Uni
ted States coveted a larger slice of Mexican
territory than the annexation of Teams
warranted a fraudulent pretense Of bounda
ry , wasi, raised. By the stroke of a pen,
against rightadd decency, the line of the
Rio Grande was claimed, and the the na
tional troops ordeied to defend, was once
.all the rest was easy. So
. whets France, moved by a desire to injure
the United States, resolved to establish an
imperial government in Mexico, a claim
for indemnity was.brought'forward. To
enforce the territory' of , the
republic was seized, and terms die
tsAed at the cannon's month. This
acheme did not operate as well as its pro
totype. Oar rebellion, which was an im
portant factor in the calculation, did not
'end as was contemplated. The Mexicans
- were found to be more hopelessly debauch
ed and degraded than was believed. Loss
followed loss; and disaster upon disaster,
untilian :entire clmnge of purposes and
. plane became necessary. This constrained
new professions and commitments, Mean-
While the goiernment at Washington be
eameinoculated both - With envy and ambi
tion, andentered upon a series of duplici
ties that SEEMS interminable, 'and so pro
found that no man outside the State De
partment can predict to what depths it may.
be Carl:led. At times cringing and abject;
at others impudent and aggressive, the con
tradictions expressed are well illustrated
- by the Sourish with which Lieutenant Gen
eral tliaxames and Ambassador CAMPBELL
set'ont on' their mission, and the ignominy
of their return.
How many stipplemental -acts of unite
. racily are tots added to this performance,
which Is now.tragedy, and anon comedy,
does not distinctly appear; but the fertility
of shamefin invention which has marked
• the principal actors so far, gives no sign
of exhaustion. They appear fully capable
of continuing their effects so long l as
breath Shall-remain in their bodies. How
many 'sinister schemes of . pecuniary Spec
ulation and personal aggrandizement are
concealed trader these various and con
flicting profes.sions, people will conjecture,
though they may not be able definitely, to
determine. Mr. SEWARD'S friends com
plain that so far as, interested and selfish
motives have been attributed - to him, be
has been subjected to great injustice, but
they forget or put aside the fact that his
course throughout has been such as to in.
spire' distrust. He has neither been con-
Blatant, nor open, nor a:interested. -This
may be in part owing to that innate weak.
rams which leads him endeavor to accom
411sie ,by Indirection what could better
and more certainly be done in a frank and
manly way; in part to contempt ot tie pop
air instincts, which constantly 'prompts
• - him to assign reasons which have no force
or yiertinacy. but only a certain extrinsic
speciousness, and impart to that egotism
which renders him apt to claims prophetic
gift In 'the face of repeated and dismal dis
conifltbires; and the hicrednlity of tho civ
The people of this country want' to
know what the Mexican embroilment
really means; so.far as they are 'revolved
In it or are likely to become involved.
They have' idea of being forced Into
vast expendlures—perhaPs, in wail itself
—to promote the financial speculations of
men in high places. It would be cheaper,
and quite as honorable, for men, holding
eminent plaees in the government, to de:
glare how many millions will content
them, and, taking the same out of the
Treasury in the face of the sun, pet it into
their pockets and make off.
If the Mexicans cannot so manage their
own affairs as to get on respectably, that
would seem to be a strong reason why we
should let them alone. When a people
have became so debased that they cannot
maintain atecent government, all virtue
has so well nigh gone out of them as to
make their case -hopeless. Besides, we
' • leave several unpleasant affairs of our own
to adjust,, which seem to require all the
Beim and strength we have to devote to
that class ciente - prises. When we have
rebuilt our own walls, and ma de good our
defencesi against new calamities, it will be
time enough, if ever, to go forth in Stuixo
. tic ; pursuit of endless and tedious per
plexities broad. .
CONFIRMATIONS, DEMOVALS, AND
A. recent letter from Washington says:
"It is understood to be the fixed determi ,
' nation of the Senate not to confirm any
nominations made by the President to fill
vacancies that may have happened during
the recess, when such vacancies have been
caused to happen by his removing the in
cumbents, over the heads of, and age:bast
... ' direct remonstranced of the loyal
• Cats members of congress of the several
disiricts;where such vacancies have been
thus made." 'ibis is but right and proper, •
and is a mark of respect to the popular
branch of the National Legislature which
it welt merits. ! Nay, since the late elec
aiimalt may truly be-'considered as area.
peetftti recognition of, and acquiescence to
the popular wilt. Never inlhe history of
our Goiernment its a Congress been
significantly sustained, and its polity en.
domed, as has the last Congress. This has
bout Sitvde patent by the retinal. - nearli
• all the Republican members or the Thirty_
girt tie to the Fortieth Congieis. Their acts
have been approved by appreciative and
intelligent-constituents, whilst at the same
time tbzencroselimenta of a 4orlupt Eget -
tire'tind his abuses of power and patron:
nitt i iwore been most signally rebuked; It
;:wanld be , well if be could prat by tbiti
lesson, given by that power, to which he.
! s poilt's= ha differ7-the popular voice.
It is not a little amazing to read the last
veto, especially where he assigns as len-
Borriinto cilia &ibis oldeetions to anthill,
that the popular voice both of %Abington
and aforgetOw,it -exPteittel at %heeler , "
thaah4d som e pne_ :MCC; was a~tTelOe to
aegro ottr l 4o, - : Wes thiPcPultur Tolee - B4
Expleetet&in tbe recent elections in favor
thu CoristittitlOnatpolleylw of my pottey?
No one will be fcol hardy enough to say
that the results of the late elections should
I or could be taken es an endorsement of the
latter, then why nut gracefully acquiesce
and support earnestly the former. Or are
we to understand that bowing to the pope-
Jar will, signiftes,lii the Executive diction
acquiescence only conforms to'
my tiny/sand policy,. Irtsarrogancemost
unblushing tor an Execuqie, to set tip his,
opinion anti•ii7 tb enforce:it in opiosition
to over one hundred ttnaiOventy intern.
gent and anittni legislators—his autocratic
to still +Ober° to it is^direct opposition to
the ‘Dice and vote jit the people. Happy
it is for .the country that we have a Edo •
tress and Senate who dare and will tie
right in 'despite of Executive power and
patronage, Eertunatd it is for our national
life and liberty that an overwhelming pub
lic sentiment has' entrusted tbern 'to• the
keeping of so many true and tried men.
E DITOILUL BEI EYITLES
Lv the Supreme Court of the 'United
States an interesting decision has lust been
made where the 4question presented was
whether the amount of the capital stock of
a national bank, invested in. national se—
curities, was liable to State taxation; or
whether that amount could be deducted be
fore taxation. 'the Court of Appeals of
New York held that no deduction could be
Made on account of the iureatrnent of the
stock of the bank in such securities, and
this Court affirm .that judgment, Mr. Jus
tice Nelson- delivering the opinion.
TILE Illinois State Wool Growers' Asso
ciation held a Conven4Ort at, Springfield
on Tuesday last: It was stated that sheen
husbandry of that . State is a very impor
tant interest, there being probably two
millions sheep in the State, worth eight
[millions of dollars, and yielding an annual
return of three millions of dollars. The
Committee on Resolutions reported strong-
ly in favor of the Tariff bill as it passed
the House, claiming it as a right due the
all important wool interest of the country.
. con:anLEE of the Board of Trade of
Detroit have made a report on the curren
cy question, taking strong grounds In fa
vor of federal bonds as a standard of
value, increase of tariff, and an Increase of
greenbacks. The report was not adopted,
but reserved for future consideration.
DELEGATIONS from the Boards of Trade
of the principal cities on the Not thivestern
Lakes are on the point of starting fur
Washington for the purpose of urging upon
the commercial committees of Congress
the wishes of the. Great West with regard
to the Niagara Ship Canal bill.
GENERAL Jogs D. STEVILNSON passed
.thiungh St. Louis on Wednesday, en route
for Montana. He is under orders from the
War Department to chastise the Indians
who have been committing murders and
robbing emigrant trains.
Ox December 20th • London was envel-
oped in a fog so dense that gas lights had
to be used all day on the streets'and in the
houses. Street vehicles and vessels on the
Thames had to atop running. Such heavy
fogs are not unusual there.
THE total exports from this country, last
year, including specie, amounted in value
to $565,426,394; the imports to $437,640,-
354; showing an excess of exports over im
ports of *127,786,U43. •
An exchange says that a large number
of true Republicans still support Andrew
Johnson and his policy. 'Rather have said
that they are supported by Andrew John•
.Tug early settlers of Cincinnati have or !
ganized a Pioneers /ssociation. Fifty
years residence in the West entitles a per
son to membership.
A number of Union citizens of Baltimore
purchaied a magnificent dressing gown, at
a soldiers fair, and sent it as a present to
Tun publishers of the Nashville daily
papers offer a largo reward for the arrest of
newspaper thieves, who are a source of an
noyance to them. •
TEE members of the legal fraternity of
Philadelphia recently gave a grand ban
quet to the Judges of the different Courts.
GEN. GRANT has won a victory in the
law suit brought against White, in the St.
Louis Courts, for the possession of a farm.
Mas. BRYANT, aged 77 years, of Detroit,
was burned to death on Tuesday last. Tier
clothes took fire 'from an open stove.
NEARZT half a million dollars worth of
Christmas, presents were purchased in Chi
cago during the holidays.
Tun Merchants Bank of 'Nashville, sus
pended since the opening of the rebellion
linuas pointed with black diamonds for
boring rock, have been patented by a
French Inventor. •
Tris'New York Legislature bus repealed
the law forbidding railroad companies to
issue free passes. _
Roane county, East Tennessee, has tax
able property to the amount of two mil
L largo arove of fine mules passed through
Nastrille a few days ago, on their way
Pumenntsura, owes 838,000,000 against
which it has assets , amounting to $22,-
Malmo' furnished 90,747 . men to the
17nion army during the rebellion.
Tam banking capital of the Nashville
Banka is set down at 8590,000.
..Trts estimated 411. at crop f Michigan
for 1866 is 12,000,000 bushels. _
'rat price of coal at Nasitti le has been
increased to $7,50 per ton. 1 ,
TeE Ellsworth Zonaves hero been upon
an excursion to Milwaukee.
The population of Minnesol
ted at 340,000.
SIIIEILENT o Bencts.-Bm-• 1801 the
shipment of specie_ from this country has
Mitehed the sum of, $338,991,820. In the
meantime 83083,000 hnse-been Imported.
Net tree, $250,008,220.
—A distressing ease of accidental shooting
occurred in New York on Thursday. A young
man and u young woman were engaged in
conversation, wet:utile tanner pellets a revol
ver irom his coat pocket, and taunting it in
the direction of um gal, playfully remarked
that ho wouideticet nor, or something so that
effuct, whets one of the entunreralwas Mad:lard-
ed end the. contents lateral ill the girl's
shoulder. She lull to the floor Iwith a load
scream, and at the same memo Liffey tell
also, in a sotoorhirom whim he didnot recover
Jur nearly an hoar. When Isla consclocumem
returned he veu lured to twk for Fanny, when
one of the other guts wile 111 employed os t the
premises thoughtlessly answered...ape , ii
deed: , Upon hearing these words he at once
nerame a raving manutc,. and so, continued
.when last heats from.,
—ln sonm - rarts of England the workingmen
save money. The. estungs hooka In Shellleld
here .on deposit four hundred, - thousand
pounda., There_are some cceopetadve smile
tlea both in nneininn and ihrinthgbam. The
the mAra found enrolled ln one or other of
any:freehold land palettes and many
et them live bows .or their own. The
!need's, liOeletlaS are'rerf ZnignOranZ
lady at Hannibal; btees to avoid inn en..
pcnae theorem. turtle:lay- eelebrattons tor
nor Children, nes SO arranged tt that on every .
=hot November for tbe with 'matt she
has emaciated mulles° hard: twins. On
the'ListMth there wee no ezeePden to the
—.Pilau an , Irish :onset rebuked It parish.
loner for drunkenness" amt;told tom that
when ever he catered um alebonse to drlnk,hla
!Mardian angel stood 'Napping it the door
'And if had =peace he'd :himself,"
wes Pat's reply. • .. • ' • •
—Vhitterrusniof /ndlituagreatly desire the
F range Of au sumuument to toe school Law,
tramming ultimo an the German langnags in
F_Offhlitteeisseslarif Inert chatrbdif ai contain
WOnfifbisce daily newspopyll RAW survive of
Mae published ~ Dtreton Via Of twenty.:
Oat diirattnes three - 10SO Of
11r.'reskltelt"tt.botL Mare Iditlletsk
-;.'fls. present bopubiilOilat Pllsouttsm Is es.
tpaeto, Itb State Tre.lnnlcUr pi tme.mllllo3.
re are about szpoo bees In a swarm
Pew ha a Boston church gold recently
for 44. 401
—lt costs thirty millions a year - to fight the
—Gen McClellan and family will soon return
—Philadelphia used 10,61.0115 gallons of water
last year. .
—Jenny Lind is vice president of the Lea
den Academy of Music.
—New York spoilt thirtythensand dollars at ,
the theatres last weak'.
Hoillnan sift. the fended debt of
New York la 43/142,070.
The petrdetim works at Calcsaten. Louisi-
ana, are said to be lionrishing.
negres- In Austin, Texas, has sued e
white man for breach of promise.
—The Bishopric of Calcutta, now vacant, has
been refused hy . three clergymen.
—A Lianghter has been born to the Sultdo,
who will be named Princess himire.
—Twenty.one iron bridges have been bout
in Cincinnati for the Paden Railroad.
—Tho Supreme Court a l ga l w Jersey decides
that a liquor tiling not
—The aggregatecost of the bings t"
ed In Chicago, last year, was .s"uild erect"
—The largest diamond in America, valued-
at SM,Ooo. Is en exhibition at New °Denim.
—The Philadelphia mint is producing about
5,000,00 s pieces of the new live. per month.
—The French government expect to have
450,000 needle-guns by the middle of next May.
. —A marketman fn Harrisburg has menu.
Doomed a massage fifty feet nine inches In
—Fred. Douglass has nearly completed ar
rangements for the Issue of a new weekly
be — ent IcoVdplunagliaeliPel[le one pound,
—An unnatural mother in Macon, Georgia,
recently laid bar newly-born infant ou a rail
—N. P. - Willis has not recovered sitMelently
to memo his editorial • duties, as .reported.
hut is still very 111.
—An only soft of the late Hon. William L.
Dayton Is to marry the only daughter of Hon.
George H. Pendleton;
—Madame Identhofon, wife Of the French
statesman, is a native of St. Loots, "and was
originally a Grath:ll.
—.A. woman of Utica, last deceased, was mar
ried three times, and each time her.husband's
name was Tompkins.
—Many persons during the past week have
been searching for e3ingey Junction . on me
English railway maps.
—Col. IL Bl,Ltitle;local miller of the Dav
enport Gazelle, has an inheritance of 176,000
awaiting him in Dublin.
—A young married lady in Ohio hanged her
self recently becaum her husband scolded her
for giving CO In charity.
—A lady slipped in the street at Covington,
Ky., last Saturday-, and killed an infant she
was carrying in boraces..
—An American lady, ender the name of Sig
nora Lirnallia Garbalo, had been singing Rue
cessmillir In operant Milan.
—The principal mill owners at Lawrence,
Masimehusette, have resolved to reduce the
wages of their operatives.
—Bearik, the Celebrated animal painter, has
Jed begun a pelntbsg illustrative the say
mg .1.1 rains cats and ilog
—TheEnglidipeople are great oheese-eaters,
the consumption of that article annually in
Great Britain being 021.150,000
—A salt well in Tuscaroras County, Ohio.
yields GOO barrels of water laity. AS gallons of
the water tarnishing.. bushel of salt.
—Dr. Herring, of Philadelphia, the Nestor of
homeopathy in this country, celebrated his
seventieth birthday on Tumidity.
—ln Taunton, Mass, a malicious scoundrel
the other day webbed in the hips or sides all
the horse. tied around the city square.
—Twenty wreckers on Roanoke Island. Va.,
have been arrested for Wanderlust the steam
ship Sheridan of it IGO,COO worth of goods.
—Petitions are being circulated and largely
shined, asking the Illinote Ledslatere to es
tablish impartial suffrage in that state.
—The First Congressional Church in Hart .
ford pays Rev. DviStowe a salary of III. 200; and
Bev. Mr. Gould, the acting pastor, one of $l,OOO
ofhov snit v. btne of clvll.sstlum With d.epetle
wey has lumnuated Itself Into all classes. grates
end condttl-Lne vf life. Neat er axe Vex or must
sr. exempt from Its revved,. Its icy band fells
alike upon yonlnfel Inuoft.nee and boars IL aved
We. bone at the prominent symptoms an Cough.
f-tpretorant. ehertne.s Of Llreatb,
ahnnt the Lunge and Chest, Darting Pales to the
side and Ra. It. Ems. Salto L, end a several aria s t e
udltlon of the whole system. It Is •titheneally
ilted that one-Ilfth of the inhatutsats of this
coon ry and turepe dle of Consumption , Ito al,
esso has twee woe. thoroughly stn led, and its an.
tore less underline I; tnerc Is nodl.eua upon whleh '
exists a greaterdlversity opuLon, and vo disease
w Men h•• more comet, tely bellied all medial still
Lemedl.l egeomet. Persons sullerlne from
, thin dread disease or any of Rs conc.:aliant..
sh u'd lose no tl.ve Itp w-p.tsesslvg Inenmel s of
the p-o“cr Remedy. In order that WeymaY•tay Ito
ravages, and be restored to braise.
ran Nev. UPWARD A. WILsuR . I3 eIIErAtITD
PltirPaltATioN for the care of Pon umdtlon.
w.shum, 11ronchitm. Col ghs colds. andsliThroat
and Leo• Lyre lens, has b een In use veer LP years
e h the most triarted barna. the rented •• n
paved sod, Kr. Wilson's perm., supervision.
also a pamphlet. Le 'staining the original pr“crlp•
Sloe with Lod and exedra directions fur prone/w
-ith:l and use, to.eiber with a short Ill.tory, of Ids
case. may be obtaPted jsf .1011t1.41 mei/LINO, 04
alvrtetatrert. rlltsbergh. Pa. bent by mat. o f
wnrre on receipt of ts Is. Pamphlet mailed free of
charge. . juo:Trs
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THE TRUTH ABOUT DY9PEP
afa.—Wbot,or salt Dyspepsia II liMlarable,
tells a—tbat Is to Say, makes an tangiest, mistake.
Lore than ten thousand eggravated eases have
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1....0.1.4 to a h..d, by the same means, I. tn.
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this so leCeetriapl4 so rapldly, w prilear so plea*.
slaty, aa HOSTiTTIIn.'II BITTICitd. This potent
preparation trims and balancer the sv.tem, sod
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TrAL BINGHAM, Jr., Adana Ahaprors Offloo,
54 ZVO. Eared, to an authorised Aging to receive
Adorrtisratents for the GAZANTAS, and ail oaUff
papers throughout the United etaiss and OA
READING AND CLASS ROOMS,
Corner Liberty Street and Virgin /1110 y
oven to the public daily from 95 .
10 r. .raerr
meod.r. w llostaßON. Kind L 110dadina
Founder* dt Nedblidilll,
)11unifir.torers of Boat and Btattordlr/ &um En.
glues, Blast Xnenrs, 111111 Ifichmern Genrlnll
,b u m„, Cutlnal of at doscrlolons; 011 Tanks
sad Stills, Boller and dime Iron Work.
airAdento for GTII76IID'SPATENTICIJECTOS
for aectlag boiler. • • _ Jaithod
BAILIFF & BROWN,
No.. 88 Eoectoral. st..
4LLEGILLAIr CITY; Pd.,
pLITBIBEIISO , GAS AND. STEAM
PIPE • MINS, keep slyr•y• on band • lam
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rtrt, DATIL TOM. WASII 111.13 , N5 IDV4 AND
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THE COnHT OF COMMON
I 'Y a LEA 9 •ter ALLEGRX .Y CQU .TY.
No. 529 December Term, 1554
••BDILIIINO AND LOAN AIMINATION - NO.
For a tirrter of ineOrporatiou, died IS the office
of ate Frothoootary. tbe number end Ural above
sifted, which will he flouted at the next term of
the Vouch at Common Pleas. Velem exctp.lotts
thereto be filed In proper llat, •
JAMB H. WALTZ It,
TOE ANNUAL MEETING OF TUE
.a. mockholders 01 th• 01%31/130 !TUNE. &ND
11/ 11.0 T rZT. OLIUM VO.,_ 0.11 be belo se
lb. °Met of Wilt= /1.0 1 / 1 1. 03 D11400p4 1 .1.011.
TONMIPAY• Jamtarf =ll, 1117, IA In CCOMM
Jag:0000T WILLI** P. KUM Damao.
• • NOTICE.:
TOE ANNUAL - El
. EMF6IIOIr THE
turivgligegi SLa A9,1.40fr,
JAIL T. BRADY & CO„
Woocesson to 8. Mies lb C 0..)
Corner Fourth and Wood StIL,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Dzallna to ALL 11=111 Or
Gold. Silver and Coupons.
COLLSCTIONEI madam ill acemllde points to
Maas and Canada..
Interest allowed On Time Deposits.
AN OTHER MATERIAL REDEC
TION E . 21 PRICE OF FAMILY BIIPPLIES.
108 Smithfield Street,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE•
Just Received aLot of Choice
HEINE MECCA. COFFEE,
.20fD A FEW BARRELS OF
LOVEBING'S WHITE DEIF'S
KATES! SKATES! SKATE
j HAVE RECEIVED MOST
selection OF RV
en 4 offer to lam Tracle from
,000 PAIRS OF VARIOUS MARES
Before purchasing elsewhere, ca
and examine my Stock, as 1 can
OFFER DEALERS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
No. 136 Wood Street.
THE lINVERSIGNED RAVE AR.
w: Lied with them in nil branches of their has.
!nem JAM. L. OIIIinICATIL The name Arm will
<Datum O. heretofore,
r. SELX.EIII,S &, C •
And Montt( .eturen of
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New Bacon. Beef and Tongues
Will be ready for dellytry ea .110bIlial", =blest.
Chnlee Sugar. Cured Rom;
Do do co Lieu;
Bo ' do' do Beef rougues;
1)o do do Dreaktion Bacon;
r/0111 Lured Daum Moulder*:
Do do do Sides,
At reduced prices iked of &tenant quality. Yrom
this rate stall eel tel Mary aoppued with all
articles to the Psarbilon wad. dale:rat
3PC:3 O 3EL
Brewery and Distillery.
OF SUFPICIEXT C.IPACITr
USED IN A
BREWERY OR DIE ILLERY.
BOX Sli, rrrrantruan P. 0
DR.scnERREvs GREAT WORK
THE CHARACTER OF JESUS PORTRAYED
A. Biblical Em my. By Dr. DANIELbekt CHEM
notlated by W. H. FDA NEON D. D.
In two volumes. Prico. 4.50.
KAY & COMPANY.
SS Wood Street
bLANTIP ACI USER OF
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILER
TICIICMCMIL 232 4 7421rX217130
XT Cutting. of Al deserlptlonerevle to order.
Corner of Fint and Ferry Stroet
- LEATHER AND CUM BELTING
Also, GPM IIONE
of the boss quality and lowest prices, at the
XseLl“ --- 188.8.131.52.13 .72 op at,
NOEL 28 AID 28 BT. OLLIE STREET. r
,iLARGE BRIER MANSION'. re
....modeled,, with all modern tollatalinet., In
eonso.te order, -
WITH 214 ACRES OF GROUND,
tour minutes. walk Dom a nation, .ix =Hearn
tbeelty..on renosylvanlo,24.llroa/, for el
119 /11C13T WfUILICT
30. 53 2LtILICET STREET
How mepted by the Fourth National Beek.
JOHN WAY, Jr..
LIEGE iIIBB&STIEYBEICH BUILDINGe
On Chaucer. Lane, In rear of Fourth liatlO.
Boma.. la imitable for matuaolo.laz or sonata.
aoss WAY, J. •
BTORN BOON NO. co ISARKET STREET:
ZOOMS BU/TABLE VOIODNO LE GENTLIDLSN
!ALPS NOON. brxwiD /Loos oi DONAB
INT STANZTI, • •
ornoza ON INIED AND menKar ard.
J. N. 4•AZZA.
OD' Att., Jo Us orssisole.
Third - raid Fourti Norio
dt Indolel4 -On= suumttro.•pitoram
CUIGAGO FLOUR AND GIRALN
QIJACKENBOSS & CO.
No. 413 Liberty Street, Litp stairs,
Pitterkzurils , Pm.
All grades of WINTER AI.:D SPRING WHz vp
eoustardly o>t hen - and for Bete to u e
trade St the Ter; Irrtatteareetrrlces. %I holes tie
butruppded ducat horn Western Mills.
TO CLOSE Olt OTE RINTED STOCK 0}
We ate Orretills kipecial !nal:mem:Kr
VRICEti VERY LOW
No. 47 St. Clair Streit
317 Liberty -Street,
Ant- E. STRICKLER C. II MORLEDGS.
RON CITY SPICE
FIFTH STREET EXTENSION,
,Year Pennsylvariia Avenue,
PURE SPICES AND MUSTARD
Warranted "ellen einr name Is on the Wilde.
7pit11.4 GROUND CORNMEAL and EYE //LOUR
3* ,T,r;.1.. - A b .4 r 6 4. 011013NE. NUTS ROASTED
We respeet • WlY Inform the public tat nr• will
continua ths manufacture or ail the DIFFERENT
Et • 1.1 , Or SPIC sOtheh we otter to Whoosale
and Retail Dealers at the lowest market Pile ,
aiming to deal fair, we sAlett the PutrOnatto the
It. .e. DAITER. formerly of the Congress
Route 11111. 'GI ho mound at toe above GM at all
boort , to end
to the wants of mate:nem
COL/PP:At /EEO constantly oo hand.
NTHICKLEI2 ft MOBLEDGE.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
New Style Ottomans,
Large size, with Chintz Covers. mad. of remnant
of oust. Wilton and Velvet Carpets. The cheapest
most durable and most elegant article of
carlar If Nsic22.lturcr
To be toond.
ll o Mtherannf ilesactured and sold only by oUT
A st or
On-bawl, of nur own mate. in rear vorlotr of p
for•nte ante 'very low Oh the Carpet aort of
PitoRABLAND & COLLINS
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Street,
N'rxe door above Dlmpatch Bullding,.Second Ft
=AS: S. 111101..113.. TB. xamss...w. L. BISITTLZE
BAEE. KNAICE & EMMEN,.
BUCCGSBOrS i o WA-IILLINK
90.'12 StoCluir,Street, Pittsburgh
♦nd Musical Goon Ir.:wally
.p•Bote Agents for the Celrb•ated
lttew Tara, andBCIIOI.IACKEEL & CO.. Rhlladel.
Also. ESTER & CO.•S ••COTTAUE. •• and 8. D.
&Ili W. SUITII•S "AMERICA 2:•• ORGANS, and
TILTON•A PATENT GUITAR.. •
The beet Italian and Darman Violin and Guitar
&adage always on nano. - n017:.=
• Club Skates,
SKATES FOR THE MITITON,
, . .
Dispaleh Baltdias. Fifth Street.
SIX ii 7 Co .Vl. Th et, 0 Cr.,
131 WOOD STREET,
Aek "pedal alientlon to the
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
They .re closing out their stock of
WANTED -TO CONTRACT FOR
the deliver 7 of uom
75 TO 100,000 BROHELS CHARCOAL,
During the coming season. Delivery to commence'
Ist to 15th Aprll next.- Apply to or adore..
MOORHEAD & CO.._
99 Water Street.
MOVEMENTS, GRAVE STONES
St4ltuary, Vase s,
Both American and English,
FINE IVLIITE BRANDS,
For Oil Refilling. Purposes,
Consianity on band and for sale In quantities to
nit purchasers, by . •
JAMES EtEaVEY DOBES,
140 Pearl Street, N. Y.
31Erh. 331-11.436.W 6
FIAS NOW J.AUGE STOCK. OF
PUBIC FINE 01,11rICUONARIE.. eriElcSa
TOVISand all ot.er roods to Ms lino "OM TEM
UDeslor MlSss tiebta. st
B• sod el federal Breed, dllegherly.
(VEOUGE BEATEN, .
And dealer In FOICILILIN AND JUIEBICA-19
IrIILIITI, ac.. &c..
Igo. 112 1 ederal Sirect,
Se toad door Mlnm the Filet Nations , I.ladk.
WAIT FOE THE niesTreuin
PA witltiVa.7l6,l'dvtit.rntruik,slNb ;
t y bTAI. Milts ;Zs I.
%gay W.V.° 4,ti
goo on who aeslre the most Is ao.. complus
'"l‘h"ja " I.3VgArsTrUBLIISHING
CO. trAderT O. let Minor . Vtlsalphlz.
WETTACII &lIIEASON,' :
epocvszons To clitoris it owias.
Manurlactaren or - • •
- ' ' OAS IXATIIEB MOLTING.
.• jgo.• al Onto etrMt, Anighta otlf•
hisc;iiati.iaruanu et maiurvti+,lll.sivra.
8 V.17 4 ' Ae"•4,841.4.V.V1TA. ba lla t-O lt' l. Waro.'
TEEL 61113.6111118 RON& sir v „19.
Inlyettort, band or mdi, is'order,
. • ..JALMUS BUWIC LIS Wooctireet.
THE NORTH AMERICA
LIFE INSFRINCE CONANY,
Of New York,
Only,Company' in the World
OffrlOg itteurlty cartootf DS t h eCL fnlo•
tt.touanat control of Itt Yowl- of
toldtatnet to th sortaltr btretofOro °erred, We
0311 wilt:Case atte ot 1.4 th e fOit...lllle:
~rie a recent le , of the t.eal,lato re of tno 'Rate of
NOth. tAe Comvsl.ny to nothorlerd to tg r.te
eocclak • enosttc c roperatt.totent of tho
InswanYerhitatt-Lmer t and rec , ,ve therefor !trig 5•
tored pour baar too , "•'t ,, . 1 of 0..° "L.. nt
and a t'arttlro., 10.1 the Policy IP 4, , ared by
D cdte of ruhlte St , eta owl, np , cl.lTrn , t ,rra
tm,l It• the Act of Leg In 13,0 r of the
NORTH Aft, MC • y 1,:It. NC , 0 , 24
N]"cintu tltely T , I, anal, tvery It glKtent , l
ley an dVet . re to the Ito oar as. National 1.4.111. Nut , .
or • tsalte.l ere
k Et. 110 CTIoNr.• to Travel. Itet Went,. or the
Or , tinar, at, to any . parlor tt.e United
States or Eur ,, ‘,.. at anyn of the yrs, •
itAl tiltACEeaso utt all rcncyralay-
Val.ol.lClEZiare Non-Corr.:Wog and Immedl
GRAY a LOU/04'
OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
• ►LL lil.tiltP.RA axe Invited to ex Initine mod coin-
D.e their policies with L 4050 ct Otto ••Audi Amer
N. D. MOR.GLN, Pie oadent.
• J. W. MERRILL. Eterctaty.
E,..T. COOK, General Agent
NO. 67 Fourth Street, Pittsburgh
a:Vow mre•c4Te, reseltaL men •an
IP AND FER EMPORIUM,
IS FILLED FROM CELLAR, TO
loft Ith a hICII .I.S6OIII3IENT OF 00010..
which La tatred
7-I adia a.xi.d. 4:3r exLVis
7E9E7 "EL ,
SLEIGH St.EARRIAGE BOHES,
Although prepared 00101 a MI lthe of
HATS AND CAPS,
WIIULESALE AND RETAIL.
No. 75 Wood Street.
C I-. 300.1%.""E"
JUST OPENED AT
Gr 'S ' S
A CHOI CE
rare deux. sod otylco. A flle lot of 6 "2 " '6'
LAVA WARE, DECORbTED T&A, TOILET,
BILEAILFAST AM/ uLNNER SEES,
•Li of millets Ls offered on the most ressonable rates
PITTSBURGH GIS SAVING CO.,
No. 59 Fourth St.
JAMES I. BENNET, President.
ROBERT FINNEY, Vice President.
ARTHUR W. BELT., Sec'y &Treas'r
JAB, 1. BENNETT, IW. W. PATRICK,
Loom. rift NET. J. AVII. OBIItisAN
JOHN W. - CHAL , ANT %. J. BRILEY,.
- W. K. 1..1.1110K.
PITTIMILIIIGII PAP , . R MANI!
recTULCINti up.iir.s.:s Y. Manshcturers
Printing and Wrapping Papers
CLINTON SIMI.. STEUBENVILLE. 01111).
BRIGHTON ZdLLL, NEW BIZIOHTON, rA.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
No. 82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pa,
OFFICERS—AUGUST HARTJE President.
JNO. B. LIViN(I:4OS, Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIDDi.E.se reran.
DUCF-CTOUS—Aagust Hartle. John Atwell, S. 11.
Hartman. Juba R. Lisingston. John Si. Perkins,
Cash Pala for Paper Stock.
ntaiidia ' •
11 MlllliV COTTON 1t 41t~s,
E. HYDE'S SONS
COTTON YARN, CARVET CHAIN
WEST CaMAL STREET. between Robinson and
Laeoek. stilegbenE City. i's•
P. S.—All ergo re by mail attended to. tog coo
J. F. STARK & CO.,
Corner of Wood and Third Streets,
MID STATE LOAN, G9LD, SILTED AND CMOS,
ENG .AND. 81tAII0E, 131:11.31ANY,ITALTs 40,
ALL HINDS OF BRONZE, GILT,
Jarbon Oil Lamps and Chandeliers,
Lamp Trimmings, tsc.
WARR:ANTEIi NON , EXPLUSIVE CAR
BON OIL, mhoteeala *nil retall.
JOHN BOSS & CO.,
No. 434 INZerrLs.c.t iSitroctt,
dP2IIAPJ:depAT PITTATWILIiII. PA.
PEiliukt OAR TANNED,' PAT
WIT STRET01181) AND EtIVETXO
LEATHER BELTING AND BOSS,
liannfigtare4 at . No. 58 BMITLITIELD 'nT.. by
HARTLEY. 'PHELPS & CO.
Also, Agents to New York Rubber Co.
LEAInv iv no„K,
H. J. LANCE,
NILE. 2,17 D WOOLEN
DYER AND SCOURER,
chintz Window Cullatun and Chair Coven
Cleaned &Unglued without unpacking.
Betve. Wood •ndlimitllfleld.
DILLGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
JAMES T. SAMPLE
RAVING- RUU , ifIT THIL %ZELL ORAL DROU
HOUSE ON CURN all OF I/to AAD
• ItUnINSUN b7S., ALLEU UYN T.
Will keep on nand a fall asthrunont of all kinds of
3011 7 111:74G,Ei,
Asia whichbo sold cheaper than ally other
boon In the two claw..
pivarlptlona carefully moan , ' by a ttrat•clas.
Nflttte of PERFUMERY and FANCY nOill't
On band. on:*
PLOWRINI/ PLANTS soo 'd a te! , eltroso4 • are
sbors otice. Nrpeas also rota.
Floral th' roe La.
Ate. Au orders promptly weeded to.
w s , 000 „, the urenhnnsies every r•or ent
de4 + JOHN R. A. A IWILIATH.
St;CL allteitlialsl a ri t aUtLd, prttal
asuenctos errs to th e deerat.g and b Ildour
Ageourt Roasts and pliolle utt4lngs.
Incoiue of 1,036
ow..penult, now in
CI , Z•NMC7ZI EII:
COVr.HLET YAICS, CdtilllA:Wlol3.,
331:r5r .aavri ISM.LiLs
Draw 'iliac sod 91Fpt Dllle et 4.l.change ou
N 05.185 and 137 Third Street,
EECOND NATIONAL DANK OF P 1 TTeDt'Dt. H.
J 23033.17 7th,
1 V 4 tg
. 951 r
Ul 0 OU
Lc. and It!!!, D:Ecordated .........
Expdn,ea and Taxes,
Dan he Bank* and Banker_
,011hd - Cedila Mans
Pulled htaten hccarltins
CaptOlSt , l;
SIMI!. 'sad rudt,
The above 1< a correct al,traet from the Report to
the Comptroller or Curren , .
Jul tea - 11. 1111101. Cashia.
CITIZENS' N ATIIISNLIIANK l'ITTS111,TI: oli
Not, en.Al,i.eonn,e.l 7.1
Illit 7 ,eure -
Other United Stn... SecurVacs..
ml N'render e ores •
.lenal Da . nt
Slat, flank Not . 1... , ol
k r actlon.l Citrr envy to I Cent - . .
IN.nattanes hOli other Cash lt.r.s..— '
Pti, N ;at c . 51 Bank. . 9.1,5,6 Si
n".... :,,,.1 Exp •. • WWI. Si
1:4...1 11,:ate and Bowl Mart, ages :..,147 g,..
National S Circulation
to Banks nod Bankers ....
cerllfe that por t above 6 a true alm.iract from
uarterly repor made to the Comptroller of the
13T11 QIKARTERLY STATEMENT
FIRST NATIONAL B.V.NIi OF VITT6I3
Jail. 7th, 1..67
Loans and Mumma'
United Matte Bond
Due from Banesd (tankers.(tanke rs.
krcle and Legal Te an nder Nolan
Notes of ;Advent elate Ranks...
Gab Items and Letulttances...
Capital Stork VAO,(CO nO
Ilue Individual impoaltora 1.:rde,73: 02
1)oe hanks and !tankers 4%W , 2.‘
Duo Treasurer of the United Otates.. 110.010 PO
Circulation MOM° 00
Contingent Fund and rronts. ... ...... •Zln. l / 4 .% 7.1
hereby certify that the corpgelog 13 a tree al.
alt from the Quarterly 'Report to the Cotahteol
et' the Currency-
OVARTFOLY STATEMENT OF
tY TIIE 111:111.11ANTS• AND1117:111.CTI.1/1-
ERS' N ATION A L NE. I/1. 1 PI,
• 3IoN B oA A V 31olooN0 1,17.
~. . . .
Capital Stork :4 Sakilno (4
31. a 31. Wl:Circulation. (State Il•a) ea'arl 31
National Bank Circulation Bt.r,lo 03
Due Buinollur. • 433.12:1 I 3
Du/. other Bank . ~..31.1 27
Ilividunda Unplia en, 74 to
rrunts and Earniniti 164,370 33
and BIBS DC:count. d
Banking lloule :is, :U. SA
U. liiii.ernmenl areuriti.o nis.Pin
Specie and legal Tender Notes . ..
Nat. flank Not., and Y . " 3,1101121 Cur. "
Me by oilier Bank
I:flare:it on C. S. Securities S w 11
4 , 2 tr
I certify that the abort, Is a correct abstract Iron
quarterly Report to Coroptrolierort maybes.
STATEMENT Or TIIE CONDI.
DIIIPe OF THE FITTEBUROD DANK FOE
HAVDill.b. December Zi.a.t,
Due Del) ...attn.,.
ttorid,.. Mori gage $251,111 21
GMsll.eceivelole :4.521 el
trlice ilxturce 5 to to
Cash 15.352 05-4215.6111 3
. I). E. .11chINLEY, TressUrer.
The uuderslgued,Wry Committee, respect
fully report that they have maralned the Book.
sod As.ets of ,he Malt nud And the above State
meat to be correct. JOSS t(h)TT.
ROBELIT C. SCHMERTZ
I.4'IRST NATIONAL. BANK. OF
z , urrtod.—Tbe Directors of thls Bank
have this day declared a quart. rly nit /deed of
Out of the profits. payable .forttml th, free of Rate
or U. S. tazet. J. U. SCVLLV.
125:r73 . Caz.hlor.
I l I IIVIDEND. •• .
t7r f ICE or PEnett..• INkrnaSfr.ro.,
VurtSntritott. Janu.ty 7.15 , 7.
The Board of Die more of this echtnat Y hove lftlf
day d.marml a tlirldtml of Twit DMA. • Its Pelt
ell ORE test of the prollts of the
Wt six months.
payab a on ait4 after the 14111 !nat. •
JM.r7l WM. v. 4.7AULINER. neeratary.
31 C,l,rlCli • 'NATIONAL HASM,
rlir..llllsl6ll. J.lOll/47.7.t1, 16117. $
A DIVIDEND OF
r.reof Government Tax, will be paid on and after
TUEnt./A1 . the ath ,
Jal:s7 Jfift. At. 31r Catbler.
ALLLOOLNT NATIONAL 11,51:,
• r 111,111.1. CH. January *4,1%7. f
iIE BOAIID OF-DIRECTORS or
this Sant have declared • divldvid of
FIVE l'Ett CENT.
On the I:lnit.-al Steen. out ..t the paints of ine last
six mouths. payanie forthwith. tree oft.tueernment
09M. It. N. aIACEF Y.
MaxiLe:Ts vrairfuniith NA I+a , ex.
T.:v.4..J...4u 1. 1.7.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
this Ease have de Eared a 1111 - Iden . d or
aia rEll CENT,
on the Capitol Reek cat of the profits of the lost
nix tuoate, payable lor9oirltb, free of United
States Cloverament Tax.
Atir3 Jun': ,Corr, Tom., Caablet.
orrrcs or rib
1,72.-nrl oil. January tth.
T"}-1 4 .NCAL ELECTION FOR
TWELVE 11111. CTOOS of this tteothon'll
be held at the toll, 01 the en...3' on
the Olth day of Jaumary, botoreeu the hours of
of 10 J.. L. and r.
01 , 1 1 1 CS Ambit° 1111 1 - IN SCr.a.her, CoMPA,Wit,
Prrrnnuuntl Jan. 211. .p 6:.
TILECTION.rAn Elyetion tor
Twelve illteetors of this Cumnasty, to seri,
Ide the ensuing Tear. will ho held at 1,. entre, No.
IC 511111 stoned, ClLtaburgb, on Il01•1 1 /LT.
nary litb, It 7, between the hoe reof 10 .1. It.. and
P. :b. C. ti. 130 NEL/.
a.1:r10 nue, elan-.
CITTen`GUIT. WAYNE a t meson itArov , :r Cu.
Prrrstalltur:'X C Z;Ct
Tr= BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lure this datsdeelared a regolardield end or %VS
PEI! CENT.. tree of Government tar, oe their
Capital Stock. and. smul•annual dlvldend or
O'ER CENT.. 'eat tiOrereMent tar. nth Thad
'Slott Rage Bonds. payable on and after . thel6l,l of
January, /SG'. at the 6lDca cif W ntlow, Lanier
Co.. SI and St 9 Blue street. to these rrulttered at
at \ , tr 1 wk. and at the °Alec of the Treat urer. to
Utr., re gl sieved at l'lttstoirch
she 1 nnsrer Books 00111 Mose ou the 00th day
of Get-ember. at 2 o'clock 0. at., and .111 re-open
on the tlth day of J aimary. 1/C7.
Isatrtl F. al. IlliTCll Seeretary,
?wren ,t non. J Amery Ul.lBi t
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF FIRST
•••• • 11011,TUAUE BUN US VP THE ALL'EtiEIENT
VALLEY ILAILROAD CMIPASY.—The Alleghe
ny Vallgy liallroad berehY ilea well.
tliat they will redeem the
The First Marinate Bonds or the Co
Within tuo years from this date, In' accordant.
with the provklon• of the mortgage girth to a
c"ie the ph meet et said W.Va. .
By order of the Bred or Managers.
)B.3:ria WILIAAII PIIILLIPS, Prettdout.
33 0 "'Tr
$317'2" 'lf Cir ,
I=ll ll Tl . l. rro l c rni , HAVE EXAMINED
China &Bohemian Fancy Goods,
FOE SALE BY
RICHARD E. BREED,
No. 100 Wood Street
1 . 11031 SAFE
A. new sad fond FIRS PROOF SAVE. 4 Bart d.
Barna,' mate,) medium alle,ean be boggtat_by sp
p,yl.g at IRON eL CY I:WICK KILL&
.1.1:a1C0 .Cr.. Son. ISe. . Cusitt.tl • RIMS.
flew start or L10:15 V36SCM nmb
norZETZlWllit&rT d l4. l . " Atliro
upward. Personal% eramtol • Int- laas 11 o.rt
de= •1•#. 4 43 rinh sveret.
WANTED-137a gentleman who
tlot •moteerreetenee. • eltnettort as
(ptSULLI: Oft )lotrsilrewr ER^
n.. 1 of it , , , ren^et 'Wen. Would be wllllolltral I For a Faltur.....ttsinx
W.43TE . D,
SlcnaLlen nn Ni4 , lll' WA:I:CHUAN Ingoales
'''''''.`'.. , Y A )..g man ,Lt moral, Isablm.
Unni Inn:rent - a! given, Se. Adam thinman Pobt
ille,, SA .I.*E . • ll •eg.T ,
1.1,r..1 No. V' inalthne'd manor.
IVANTED-100, 1.000, ,10.0iI0
3ler. 1.01 • hI)VtEWS• 'TOn.
N‘btch enn attaile^d nee lamp
gyllg , .t eNto ence 174,1 i - - cram , . ' 44 .
a candle:A , 4•4 o. OIL, .I.t. .11olt rAI•
article nut. ret-Ilag at (0. AAcnte are culaln
Isoney, sallieg It la, 113111 La
-S. c. vanN.
2st). Lei far. CLAIR el'lle:tiS,
IVANTElL—Gratintes of Liter
I sty and Contra:rots( (' olltre• to enesto
manently la business requiring Sa , ..evutashit ,
buflucv • co-rn;pnuattuce.
APO)" with reference, (over ..11o)luver 1,1.
z... Low tirlee,) u. cmcnAN,
Un' Grant sireet.
AGENTS WANTED—TUE BEST
ell A.a.L.IL TET.—A .1 ore of Illstorlcul Value
L. sii Net ,-• Ot e e hats %LT AN Win leld , :AyaL 1.3)11-
ST X:. It Hon T also dlr.
Loll:..? 111.rieTTIO. 10 one hand
some,' we: iMmun ' sed, cents 0; once for tor..
arid trrrmose. A thhe.s . A. L . TALCOTT.
all:rSh.Mse e Ga rutabutab.
AGENTS la - ANTED [IV TUE Ell..
jas SF.WII - . 0 V ILIA GCUSt V ANU to
self thcir .011 LIV 1,10. MACIII*E. acre from
Limn, 1 .a,, v., brats Beater clot or leather w
oa, c lang, needle or tension. !so'f-sdenittal
,re3pure Roo; and zowly dmagued four mothatea
ijahaurnan, Addreat.jnclo kma mLan
- 68 vita, (Cecond
:0:70 i 0
iv, 0 7
ist • 1 Xlll
e&r.;111 4 . 3
4 , 1., II 55
5,' 1 Jl
A RENTS TCANTED TO
THE CHILDHEN'A ALBUM:
• PICTTIUES A NHSTOHI
Wtt , ten and conapPed . ASA EN,
The Bonk contains a oteel Portrait of th author,
were than non bendred pictures, • and is nicely
printed and bound, and TIM. ple.se all toe chit.
deco. Addl.., W. J. HOELAND CO,
deurrwT No. 75 TYlr4 it.. l'ltteburett
• • •
T ATTED4 : 6I vory IiTI4, I - 1 1111-A t iß m
. 7 1,..•*, A f0r the -lbw
"T E . bl 1..1 f.E.lt,_•••
Either by ultunth ur us commlfulon. rubllub
ery.ratta al owed. For full pu;tlcaturs - ugly;
P`rr‘°, l l" . °r ' l6. ' 3 ' 43 MTh sirtit'Attborill.
.31,t .3 72
1 • .
"A 1,1 sa
. 2 - .Gxl 02
TZIE FIItM OF t. A.
te JONES ts.
Vfl., wee thatoltest the A
:Ist da of December.
I , D, Dr Detest cease:lL M. A. JDNY-'3hatielt Dor*
sh est.! the Dro g Intortet of W. L. .11.aii.e to ...Id
The betimes of the late Oflll ' , vial be settled at the
old Mend, .290 Liberty meet. OF either of the
parties. W. A. JOS F.a.
L. JON DS.
The untleitlenett, in relating from tb a r m "M•
A. J(INEO tt. to.. would eltte t (tali y recon d th t
nen . firm to the favorehle notice of tit Mende.
. 1.7 2 . 1 T
W3I- t.. JUNE`,
HE Flint! OF SHHIVER &
T/t:AttRSA ata,olved the 21.4 day of Do^enkt, e.
104, DT Morsitil evilsent, 0. 1% likteiVnit barb
pure the intern t f J. 0. I.AZEAIt In maid
nenn. The b sl .t .a of the Pm .011 he tattled at the
01," ' "4 L. ' '4" giro..hll. ll P. ' 71114.%
B. LA ZEsk . ...
PITTEIIrtf.O. Per, htst, lan). •
NOTI,E.—Co-PA RTNEILS ntr•—Tbe no
ttertiaurd t.. ,e this dly entea ea tato co-vartrier.
ship Air the tii.rpote of conducting Whoh tab
(tracery. pied oram! ( ids don Realness. at
lint. II and 1.0 rmli Meld under die name
armstate . 3 (3,3l[lyr:it, so. Sharer
arm will be pleasea to see the Id ad an
merr i er the late arm of 3. et L., as well ar all Others
making purchases of go l s A al lqr
SPE , I;tI4.
J. M. IP/FF.II'OT.
.I , lluary
The und•rAgned. in retiring from the drm of
nhnver or!!! eheerfultT recommen.l the
m.w Dm to the fAvoratno notice of Ms friends.
jal:ri JAME • B. LAZk.tR.
USDEUSIGNED ELAN - LNG
T purchased the stock andmachinery of the late
rexuzictcx AESCIILKXPtIe N. Dave= the first
day of October. lbfd, enter d IWO partncrahlp un
der the sLyle HARPER,GIITJT-A-N CO., tee
the mosnufacture of WAtiOlid, AO.. at the old Oav
tablished stands of Fredencr Aesehlemann and
Thomas Berl. , on Beaver street. blitschester.
and would respectfully solicit a .1101113.00 of the
pattoesgn hitherto _o liberally bes
SlDeLat A ranCHBL.MANtI.
V.,0 , 31C0
THE CO-PARTNERSUIP HERE.
TuFORE existing - between tu• aubserlberA
day ttlmolacuby mutual conceal.'
A. H. T. C.
T. E. TACK'.
Philadelphia. Dec. It. mg. VIED. CHASE.
The naderahrbed have this day fOrmtd I co - pelt'
erettlp Feller toe firm bur. of TACK .11IttYS. , Tbe
style of Or. of. el.e•lor.ch Bouie Will be as
heretofore, TACK, BILU, A CV. A. H. TAC K. •
E. E. TACK.
'PLlllidelphlS. J6E111117 /St, IE4;
VIE' M FIRM or''asvE NN blis this
' NE' nave ill solve partners day.
Persons lad, M a ny t e rn ive Ili so. are hi Teti nes
Oiled not to pay dbts to any psraork but
S D. W. ',ILL.
asir76 Attorney s% Law. OJlth ?Street.
betwserlllP HERETO •
pu. existing DiLANiti V and 1./.
CH EdNIS r. under toe sts le of 1/x1 d.IF. a CHEN
Ur. ssas dtssol,cd suassal co.east on the Ist
ofJemusry. The business will be settled 'at the
old essod, 1133 Llbesty etnet. oy eliher of the In.,
BANKING BOUM - •
N:1101111ES & S iNS,
33E4,1 2125.er€3, !-
No. 57 'MARKET aTon^r; Pittsburgh,
Dei~sl t . received In Par land . tad Crrenc7
Datedstates and Canada. P
STOCKS BONDS AND OTHEK SECURITIES
Bought and Sold On Omission.
Partloolor • attention pald.to 11)0 fosschase and
sate of •
UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
United States Litzes of laSt:
Do. do a• 20.; ' •
D o . Five . s.lChrrllo:4
• Do. Certificates ofDidebtednesi.
Orders and Vovehersboueltt or collected. Wear
BANK FOR SAVINCS.
l'oemeely the Dl3 , E SAVIISUS INSTITUT/OE.
61 ritirth. Steed,
Ice aril y 0PE...21r the Dank of Pittsburgh.)
CILAIVIMED IN E.,62.
OPEN DAILY from 0 to 4 o'clock,.
.and on WPM.
NESDAY and HAI II [WAY EVENINIin from nay
lot to November Id. I to 9 o'clock. and from Nov,
lot to Mae 1,0.6 to 6 o'clock.
Boom Of liy.Laws. AO., tarnished at the ofke..
Tilts institution especially ore to those mhos.
earning are limited, the opportunity to accumulate,
by small depoulta. easSiy eared, a sum which will be
a reaolirCe when needed. and bearing interest: in.
stead of remaining unproductive.
BOARD or MANAGED-91
PRESIDENT , .
3.11. lELARTSI.IN, i
EECRETAILY AND TREASURED.. -
3.7). f 7. 3:111.04EG1N1.5372^..
A. MCAULEY, • j W3l. R. NLVICK..
A. :3. BELL, 1 V. BAIIII,
.101 IN :I. 1311.11 - 011 T If, JOSHUA UIIODES.
U. F U LL A N sii EP:. • JOHN t.CorT.
JAS. L. Li ItAil A sr. H. C. :,casiEtrrz.
• • Clittlblll 11E11.21.113. •
Box.wiTOns—D. W. A A. 5. Ut.. LC.. aw.:1:,..4,
OSE - BUD I.lol4illiAND READY,
.13.02 E DUD Unit:TlT I'oUND. •
• bv-E [WO tit LDEZI DAUS,
And other 24 led Enna. of
rip C 26 61; C:00
Ai.lnencturnd by -
• Fifth door 60.11 baz pension ILI,: ge, AllegnnnY•
of and Wholesale and fietall
Dealer la all Mods of
Tobacco, snuff and Cigars,
A geiv.,4l anon:no:it:" t .so .9. 4 Crohetto PiZeJ
111.1 [ober, ."
GIS 111 SITIMPITTING,
.Hydrants,: Iron Pumps,
&memr f t ak
CLOSETS IND WASHSTANDS.
TOTE -T. - EINEIII3,
_ . • ,
, . .=.r.sat.yrz•io Eitens 00.,) • '
" i 2 , 1 7 113 .,: 5 i V6#0 Et, Pa,
JAMES PARK, Jr ,-