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BATIZIRD.4, JILIWARY 12.007
IdliPlutEß AND THE EMPLoYE.
Wonderful &eget have taken place in
She relations between the employer and
employe daring the past twenty or thirty
years. The great responsibility which
herstofore devolved neon the former, In a
great measure, is moseyed, by apparently
uncontrollable causes. Some think,' how
ever, tLeir sesponsiltillty is virtually the
same, though circumstances are widely
• different now from what they were' then.
This species of modernism has been detri
numhsibt the tree interests of the employ
ed, especially to those who are just com
mencing ] their apprentice career. The
rapid development of osr manufacturing
interests, and the immense number of per
mits needed to carry forward the work, are
doubtless the principal causes why the re
lations hives° materially changed.
It will be remembered by man, of our_
readmit, the relations which existed in
olden time between the employer and the
employed. Sueliwas the interest felt by the
foriner towards those in Isis. service, that
they_shated in the common benefits of his
house, and almost became the. same as
members of the family. Instances era at
• hand of those who entered service with a
view to learning some mechanical branch
. of trade, who had been cordially welcom
e into the family circle and treated as a
member thereof. Young' men under this
benign influent. became wedded to their
hon.es, and grew up in the enjoyment of
its sacred Influences. Many a young man
thus wider the influences of a well ordered
family, have been saved from a life of
sturiesod folly. Relations once camel) ,
of a legal chasscter, have frequently been
changed to more endearing and delleatful
—from master and apprentice to father and
son-according to lair. Habits were form
' ed which became omnipotent for good.
But tha rapid changes brought about by
the development of the mechanic WAN in
troductiOn of machinery to facilitate there
pursuits, have destroyed the time-honors t
custom, and intimacy between the employ.
er and his workman. - Now the young
man who is Indentured to learn -any me
chanical branch of business, is hired for a
given ram per diem, for a period of years,
and no surveillance is placed over his mar
, els. He is free to go and come and be his
own master, after be &ISA but days' work.
However faithfully he may perform his
work, and honorable his course, during
business hours, yet not' having any re
straint in the interim, he ia apt to fad into
vicious habits, which might have been pre
vented had he have been an inmate in his
The cast crowds of young men which
. our frequented and most public
streets early in the evening, ahoWs the per
nicious Influences of the pree6nt system,
] and the fearlui retrograde from other years.
• Multitudes of them young men, many of
.whom are possessed of . genius of a higher
ostler, find time hanging so heavily upon
• their hands, that they easily become a prey_
to evil associations, and are speedily ruin.
ed. And the evil is on the increase, and;
threatens the very foundations of society.'
Such is the enormity of evil doing between
nightfall and daylight, in our community,
that hundreds and thousands of young men
are hastening to a fearful end. It ii not
surprising to hear of sudden deaths among
'young men.. The wonder is that more do
not die. • The large wages now received
enables them to gratify their appetites and
vicious tastes, in a manlier thst could not
be attained under the old apprentice sys
Granting that the changes are the legiti.
• mate result of the circumstances . of.* the
age, and the rest oneibility of the employer
may be chinged, still be is not necessarily
related entirely while the character of his
' survellance is changed, and there Is a
measure of accountability which can.
not be evaded. The employer's duty is
not over when he exacts a certain amount
of work front the employee. He should .
endeavor to mould his morals Loo so at to
interest, instruot, and make him mein]
and happy. ITsw-a-days much care is
taken by the proprietors of large establish
• manta to secant - certain house conveniences
for workmen and their. families. This is
, well. But there is the tinge of selfishness in
the act, on the very face 'of it. It lacks
• that disinterestriners whicb is always com
mendable. It is easier, however, to make
objections than - suggest remedies .for. an
. evil. And yet some things might be done
by thosewho employ large bodies of work
men to arrest the tide of iniquity, which
has invaded our social system. '
Man is a social being, and the first thing
naturally suggested is to provide -rich •
means as will increase his social. comfort
and afford amusement. Many amuse.
mets,while harmless in themsavei, are
avenues through 'which many are led oft
and 'thereby- outrage society. The test
-way to reach the social element is through
the me of means in the cultivation of his
mind. Many of the young men engaged
in our manufacturing establishments have
• -given very little attention .td the cultiva
tion of their minds, but bave'been content
with pleasures more of the animal than of
the mental cast, and are avert; to the con-
straints of mental culture. '
• Remover averse a rine may be to read.
• Mg t] and the severer deities of mental t,
isigi yet, if a System of gradation is adopt- •
ed:Onging from the lowest level of mind
- b the higher type, it might overcome the
ingle, Obtuse and obstinate; Let courses of
Lectures be established on the mechanic ]
sists, illustrated in a high degree, and of
-'such a character that every phase, of what
ever department Is under consideration,
May be so simplified sad clearly illustrated,
that while the mind 'suns... go i n g th e ta t e .
lug process, it to also linerested and in
structed. With the cultivation of the mind,
through these means, the social clement
will be attained too,'and both muses could
share in such.facUities
In connection with these illustrated leo--
tures, schools might be opened in the even.
lags for the acquisition, of not only the
branclet, but a classical, and
=Lament') education, and also receive les.
4. 4 `.pons in drawing, music, etc. These places
] should' be so constituted., as q) be easy of
• scoots to deserying young men, and with.
Oout any expense to them. Oar wealthy
manufacturers and others, might do much
towa rds relieving thedifficulty growing
Out of the daily widening chasm between
the" employer and, cmptoye. A judicious
outlay by =lmp matichusturers andotb._
sea, - would prow &Piet gotmertaterin this
. community, and aid math in co-operating
with the Churl dc- cresting - the . evils
7rblatt predoials so Istufn/17 mi our
midst. One thing is clear, employers owe
this much-to-society at large, if for no other
As a niibufacturing community we are
far behind others in our efforts to ednente
our workmen. 'While multitudes are grad
uating in the various mechanical depart
meets, and have attained the position of
"master mechanics," Set their lack of men
tal cultivation renders their practical edu
cation to some extent a nullity, Those
who happily possess eradiated mind, and
a practical knowledge Of 'some trade, are
double-armed to: life's "journey: Such
persons soon emerge framthe rawicular ells=
meat to the mental, the brain doing whit
the bands formerly performed. We need
s omething like the Franklin Institute in
Philadelphin:c.:We need, and must have,
some means to use the vast waste o( power
that is lost on our street corners. Let
young men be attracted by such means as
we have named, and the curb stone hang
ers on our crowded thoroughfares in the
early hours of the evening will be greatly
ti a reproach on this great manures:
Patios commuoity, the great lack of edu
cated mechanics. The intimate relations
:of employer and employed are such that the
former is bound to use all possible means
to elevate the employed: We hope, there-
Tore, that some movement ere long will be
inaugurated to enhance the interests of
young men, especially in the various es
We may retnth to this subject again.
-PARTICIPAIION ale GOV cRNDIENT.
all. aristocracies, however they may dif
fer in immaterial peculiarities, are idenii:
nal in essential and permanent elements.
Tne manifestation varies - according to the
age, the country and the condition, but at
the core—in the distinguished ideas and
feclings—they are all alike.
.SO long as • the government of a great
people can be kept as a close corporation,
in the hands of a few individuals or fami
lies, IL le the highest earthly possession.
Official rank, overflowing wealth, and em
inent social position come of it: Eighteen
years ego a numerous tinnily of paupers
managed, by :virtue of powerful tradition,
to get the government of Franco in their
keeping. Ever since they hale ridden on
the hien places of the earth.. Their fingers
hate run deep into the public treasury, and •
their brows have been bound with the choi
cest honors. When a comparatively few in- •
ivitinals or families have held such a pos-
Session for a series of years, or for many
generations, they come to regard it as some
thing personal to themselves. They feel
it Is their's in the eame geneses a legiti ;
mate proprietor feels houses' and lands to.
be hts.:ln conseqUencc, 'whenever those
whohave been excluded from participation
in the governuient become restive, and
urge a recognition of their claims—much
more when they proceed to demand
they arc at the least held to be refractory
and mutinous; often as reolutionary.
The American elaveholders, for more
than two generations, held control of the
republic. A sense of superiority to the
non-slavehobling was so constant arid
overt in them as to be highly offensive,
while they went so far as to maintain both
in theory and practice that black men and
women had no rights they were bound to
respect.. In this they did not . exhibit a
chain. Habit, self interest, thelast of
nomination, combined to blunt their per
ceptions,, and induced upon their frames
of feeling . most incomnatable with justice
and humanity. Nothing could be more a
te:Ltd than to believe they would voluntaril •
relinquish a prescriptive authority that was
as pleasant as it was profitatie. It is not
thus that reforms are not instituted. They
who build shrines forst:Luna do not go
about preaching the advent of the 31..casua.
But the plowshare of war, recklessly in
voked, was driven through the Southern
States, and under its operation Slivery dis
If any man imagines thatwith the down
fall of that institution all the habits of
thought and feeling engendered , by it were
uprooted, he strangely - istakes. It is the
common experience that undercuctimstan
cm; of discomfiture malevolent habits be
come intensified. The manifestatt of
, them may, indeed, be modified, but the es
sential element remains, and acquires an ,
abnormal activity. Our Southern aristoc
racy find it useless to contend any longer •
against. the possession of personal liberty
by the blacks; bat they resist, with the of
most pertinacity, their acquisition of those
other political rights which are the natty '
rat and inalienable inheritance of all men.
This brings our Southern aristocracy into
the same category precisely with the Eu
ropean aristocracies. -
In England, by way of illustfation, the ,
majority of the inhabitants are debarred
from participation in the government.
They bear the larger part of the burdens
of it,. but are not allowed to share in its
powers. That imperious clue which site
upon their necks, have a comfortable time
of it BO long as their victims WO docile. •
There Is no aristocracy elsewhere at all
comparable Mats, for learning,' for Man
sions living, and for wide sweep of author
ity. No doubt the members of it are
sincerely opposed to being disturbed. But,
as knowledge increases—as intelligence be-
comes diffused among the masses—she
rightfulness of their prerogatives is sub
jected more and more to question and dis
The Reform movement makes the Eng
lish aristocracy nervous and apprehensive.
It is a challenge of their exclusiveness. It
demands of them a surrender of the mon
opoly of political authority. .Abide them
divide a power they and their; ancestors
have held from time immemorial with
those whom they have regarded in no other
light than pensioners on their bounty. In
refusing this demand they rest under a dis
advantage which oar Southern aristocracy •
does not encounter. The men to liken
they deny equality of rights aro white as
themaelyes. They cannot taunt those
whom they oppress with the misfortune of
being of an unfrushionable color. ..Nor can
they make an appeal to passion and.preju
dice by stoutly maintaining that the Rag.
Ugh government belongs to white men
alone. Ulu are constrained to`meet the
Issue more directly and honestly, and to
say outright they do not want laboring
people to meddle with governmental mat
ters—that gentlemen only, of fortune and
leisure, should concern themselves with
affairs of state. True, they raise a clamor
against st particular class somewhat skims to
teat raised by our aristocracy against the
blacks. That class are the Irish—the very
came that In this land are the most unrea
soning arid . vindictive haters of the ne
gums. It seems ea if all the contumelies,
reproaches and animosities poured upon
them by the Englialt aristaerscy, had been
garnered up In their bosoms, and in this
land launched anetineen the children of
The recent Reform demonstrations in
London created a panic at the West End.
Quite an exodus happened. It was thought
prudent to be at a distance in view of a
possible collision. Of what avail la ibis
tietermlnaUonatot to do Justice! It does
not require a prophet's keen eye to see trait
ow English aristocracy roust divest itself
willingly, or be dlves ! ted hy violate'. of
its prascriptivo pclvllezes., -Brom - who
bad en ear for all the coniplii its, as wall as
all the majestic voices of nature, said he
heard a bird singing, "By and by the peo
ple will be stronger:" They are stronger
now, and the aristocracy that refuses to
bow before them will certainly be crushed
Is Cindnnati, the waiters of a hotel quit
work because the proprietors refused to
take again into their employ a discharged
servant. They had twenty five days' wa
ges duo them when they gave up their
places. Landlords refused to pay. Suit
was brought and the court ruled that the
waiters should go without their money. So
much for combination. .
FE.E.sn's Galveston Bung:ill, the best and '
most enterprising journal published in the
South, notes that on New Year's day the
thermometer indicated the coldest weather
experienced there since 1859. It register
ed 28 degrees above zero. Such weather is
considered pleasant in these parts.
'rice Eastern Division of the Ohio and
Mississippi railroad, which is embraced in
the points at Cincinnati' and Vincennes,
was sold under a decree of - court in the
United States Court room, at Cincinnati,
for the sum of $1,t00,000.
Pittsburgh only enjoyed sunshine one
hundred an_thirty-two days during 1839,
although the almanacs announced the
sun's appearance some three hundred and
R&M estate in Philadelphia, proportion
ately, sells 90 per cent. cheaper and rents
• 50 per cent. less, than. in Pittsburgh this
OIIVAT temperance reform is about to
take place in Philadelphia. Something
TOE ladies of Cincinnati care for the
newsbays and provide clothing for them.
ALP. BURNETT is about publishing .a
new book of comicalities.
Ton President's first swinging sound
was in a sewing circle.
They call young Bonnet now Prlnas
ilismarlOs plan of territorial absorption b
—The Baptists are cery generally moving
for open communion.
—There is a slight difference between dinner
for nothing and nothing for dinner.
—Every night wolves may be heard to fall
chorus in the neighborhood of Ottawa.
—One Stelnmeter, of Jersey City, is charged
with stealing a lady's garter.
whereite a "Praying Band." Its members
go er they may be invited to nray.
—Pntladelphia Ls gomg to find out how many
children in that city do not attend school.
—The heroic defence of Arkedi, by the Cre
tans. is suggestive of another Tnermopylm.
—The number of scholars enrolled In Penn
sylvania equals the population of Wisconsin.
—Minister Campbell Is at New Orleans wait-
MicaorLor-like, for something to turn op.
—A lottery litadvertised in Maryland for
drawing comfortable berths in a burying
—England invents annually $1,000,000 for
drivd carcases of that tiny insect called the
—An unneual number of "brilliant young
men" bare drifted into Mew 'York during tne
—A.roteantio writer says the Alabama sunk
beneath the wares "elrgin and undefiled by
—More new houses were erected in Na.h.
rdle last year than in any previous year for
hilt a century....
—A credulous gentleman in Tennessee lost
Mae by locating oU wells under %heart:Mon
of -oil witches."
—Cornelius Vanderbilt keeps a stud of nine
horses. Re also barn a new colt not yet 'brought
out into society."
(lie • sear, lo.ne of 041.0. who despotic
••••7 too Intimated Itself Into all clarees. gral.•
and candid .5 • Elite Melt. er arc, Sri or nab
sr- exempt front Its rata.. la My Mad rill.
alike upots youthful Innocence lad Our. h
see. come o*Omilricat symptoms oft laugh,
iolu•rtno.o or break, Lrritatl.
alms the Luna. ad Chest. Dana; rob= to the
olde en.. La 0. Ems tatoo •.004 I org•tlve
c ochuon Oft be ws olio system. Ls -utbatlehtly
slated that os.c.fifib of the illhADA•118 of this
auto ry and aortae doe of Ccbstallov.
ae has b • en mor. thorough), r •nled. an'l Ite • oa.•
ate less . nnersao . .; t.ere a no dl ee.dapan which
exists a (hater Overlay of oponton. sad CO dacha
Ante, ti•o more completely baba all modest aid
and remeul airece.es. Persons sassing from
this Oreld Weser. or any of Its canto slants.
sh d lost no tato ln pusseml.g &detach . aof
toe er Remedy, to order that 16.07 may stay Its
ravages and be restored to balin.
ill.. Nev. I•W•AD A. WILIWI . B eREPAtiID
Pea PAILATION for the art of too taxation.
s. taus, Uronehlta. Cotghs Colds. ladedreroat
and L.... Agee lons. has b•en ha vaguver oe yarn
1 h the moss marled access. the ratted pre•
cooed ond, Yr. Wilson . * paschal supereeaer..
ce,a pamphlet. es ntatnlog tar orbital prearlp
t with .0 land a Olen dtreetlas fur pre cas
tles and use, tosettoa with to short lastOry of his
csa. may be obusaed of gU.s.rei f1.631.1!..af. 04
ht.rket ..treet, 1 - Ittebtoreb. Pa. tent by teal.
warre receopt orbs 21. Pamphlet nailed tree of
What Swayhes Ointment Will Do
•-a.lll core lien la from 0! to 43 alum
2—lt vslii cure ttre most obstinate coca or Totter.
I—lt • 1.1 ea re Chrocla Traslpelas of the face.
4—lt rata cos Salt tisane . cosi d liessi.
n—t 1.1 care Haunt t •ne. '
e—it a •I ll' cosltively cure all Mltr
a Dis aptl eases.
"ITCH"s • %NT awl manual no more.
Dr. Thsayses UlatauniA . .TO.TTSII .,
filearais Olittssist, ..TETTAIIP
..ITC 11•• !MIMS .lISOW el “TZTVAW ,
••ITOII" TO TAIL
Pre pre oa t by l yre Ila y alp a k 3 ,l3Celep
Il e .4qa t t Mre LILO A WILL •21 ott i t "'
d JOO. a i: l.F.S4Les e ct 54 daript me.. i:Toffuvie d ik:
cor. ttli and Mutat AMU. ritoteuth• LANE
OMIT, Allegnene. an2l:l2siTTS
THE num( ABOUT DISPEP.
SI a.—WlLever says that Dyspepsia Is incuenblie
tells a—that is to say. make. an clueSient mestshe.
More than ten thousand eggravated Mee bane
been virtu by HOHTETTER'S STOMACH ilfT.
TESS, while the number that have bean prevented
from COMing tO algid, by the same means, Is in
calculable. la Winter mid early. !Wring, when the
ePP•tlte I. sometimes too vigorous for the comfort
sad safety atomeeb. ladlgestloa La moat
valeta sad most la the appetite to be
balked to accommodate Om dISMLITO orgasm? Not
so; for theta the fame would lack Ito doe propor-
odor nutriment. The tbizi.to be d,
ISTILLSKIZEICS ZII26TOMACII. t 026 the liver, and
put the bowel. In perfect order. Nothing wiled*
this so effectually, so rapidly . . ao quietly so pleas.
antly, a.llosreITES% BlTYffatil. This potent
preparation trims and balatmei the ',stem, and
clothes it„ g. It were, with deienslie armor.
Claroplc d, seeps's. liver compliont, sad fever and
ague are never known to attack Mum who
vire enough to invoke the 014 of this [mat Dr
I.NC/HdY/ Jr., ddhal ilqnnta Was,
,Rja arca, N an augeonsni Agent to
Advernts for th. GARET= and a/2 other
rapers. throughout OW Undid Sates and VW
The uses] JIIITZRNOON BYRYION will bet nee
In TRINITY CHURCH, qt (b t, TO-2101/..
MAY. at PR o'c7o. k. The „kettle= e,poted by
ecrlact, will be "0 Jentaahe es
m, thole that
leseet aftdl tidier,"
D. P. KRAIITH, D. P.
of •delphle, will preach In the EVAN
ELICAL lASI Unwell o• nnth
ric ie Inateneln
'go g t t
W , and ilUlttinith—ser•
arFIBST BAPTIST CHU/ICM-
Mall the completion of lie new Chasd.
services wail he held to HAWN ir HALL. Preach
leg by the 141.000. BOY. APIPPS S. DICKERSON.
very PARISATIII at lON o ' clock. a.m. and Vi
ALLRATH ISCHOUL at 20 , lock. p.
t ro undialletn• Rod to attend. •
arBELIMOUS -THE riusT
CHU.,lll.leetreas I ity.
a welch JOSEPH NINO Is Pager, WI the temple
Luca meet.. Sentare erery I.OH/rd DAY at
nbjfer°Vallitt7 r x,TlVe" thi on 1r E'D.
tar ILTNIVEIIP LIST CRUM%
COMER of taNANT AND THUD WM.
Wawa , . Wm A. DOS•SAILAN. 17.ActingEVOLT
.UNDA Y ow% A. mod 7 r. el:intl.7
eknow ate w. ).11110 Proigo an lathed to coma
eutt,ros for to morrow troning-2L apt,ol7 of
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burgh. PRODUrN DIALp inta ZES.
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Ara) UTBEK 8T0C1E5....71:11C31/AT EVE.
541‘41. J.:3 awl , 13 . 6, a% 715 0 40ela, b. vvid on
mensu Door 4.4 Comusarew 101 &Ma.
.6 disies litervhaws . sad apanlvetartra , Ns
. fiat al Banal
,5 r e sts. yoranla Inacinnell - Company'
* ; L ori l'l: j 3;l3t} Ocalma7, •
11. rit u rituab aal%vlelltll/0114.'
. golLyr 400.11UP0
9 CA W ASLADILI" , Dutcp, reed
" . 41:1 4 "`Vcalesistragarigotat;
JAL . : T. BUOY & CO„
(pyeeMWif to B. Jones • 000-
Corner Fourth and Wood fits.,
BANKERS & BRO 1431 SI
DUSXII6 Llf AL, KINDS OP
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
C./I'LL/J=lO2M made on all amenable wants In
We tinned States and Cannits. '
Interest allowed on Time DODOSItS.
WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.
Titts Lisociatlou still hold Its /mount Meetlog I
Ctry of ritt•buritg, unttu lOTA tiF JA}O &Br
jpg7, at tO o'clock A. Y.
A) order of the Int: OTIVE COMMITTEE.
NEW PANEL PAPERS,
PLAIN :TINTS AXI : oIVJOD LUITATIONS
101 MARXIST HiOHICT, NEAR FIFTH
JOS. R lIEGIIES oft BIM
suanurr.... VANEMZ.-.....1. a. LLDL Lt
/ETNA STOVE WORKS.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
Manufacture every variety of
COOK, PARLOR AND HEATING STOVES
Aztrjarele smile celebrated SIYILRMA, TROPIC
d OMAN (Coal [caw) YOSIAIa a, 1111 T.
and UMIiBILMI3 (Wood Cook stovea.) 1.100
GRATES, GRATE FRONTS, he.
Mu, and Wuebouse, oorner of Second and Wec
otnustwan. Intrance on second street.
WHITE, ORR & CO„
No. 24. Filth Street.
HENRY t. HALE,
Northwest Corner of Penn & St. Clair SU,
Ilesises ?Odra thanks to hts Mends and the pub.
fOr the Maul oast favors, and resneettelle son , '
lts a share of their future patcannge. Ile won' d b
pleased to have theat examine his
Large and Carefully Selected Rod
Fine Woolea• Goods
Putloalarly &dap:ea to
IMIII3II BAS 101. PALL en insin,
VOU SALE—A Farm of 250 acres,
m all tinder good fence. cleared audio floe order.
balance le geed lined white oak net hickory tim
ber with 01 et Of Undorbr.sh cleated rata:well WS,
need andßartly underlaid witn two foot yet' of
Melt get d tram., oust, two barns. wagon land..
corn ern, pli• pens. seeing boast, and acont four
leen acn•of choice - belt, dLlfercut gualliles. la
there no waste leand—oil •an be wormed
with ease. Situated In Braver roe nty. Pe•• three
miles from Rochester !Stratton. sd twenty-sena
miles from Pittsburgh. Price 14 enure.
Coal work., now in euccestful erwcetioni dilly
'induction I& MO bushels, eltuate on Monongahela
river. to pool No. 2.
Small frame, to acres, well impnioreil, I; miles
from Livermore Station, ou the Westera ten nsyl
tn Indiana county, and only 3s
miles from the city, all for 5 2 . 101 .
Vat. acres In migration Borough; no impro.,
menu; suitable fur ail kinds of emrall frull grow-
l' &15 hundred acres good farm land, four aim . e
aggro& good spring , . and Prober ror tenting and
batiolleirt luol let et from Altooll. 112 Blair rouser.
Pa.; good roYd to same; WI for 41.u01.
Ntorty two erre. In Ya• tovmsbipt EA of
which Mena!: ad fenced:home, harm orchard. to.
Meer. Brick and Jr roma Lions. In ..11ehnenf,
00 0 I.ine, 32 by VI . feet, la Wllklnsbory. Price
SISO-1 Moo h, tmlasree on Mine th 0,11 VU rebate,
a ht. la • • aro • h•IICIIC4e pet - 1101.0f Mall th• ses.
the lota set only a our two boodred y .rda from the
Matto , . they are cheap • Terms may sad we want
103 ate tetete Ateht... 139 You'll street.
LABS! SKATES! SKATE
I HAVE RECEIVED HOST OF NV
MC IC, and aces° the Trade a selection from
5000 PAIRS OF VARIOUS MAKES
Before purchasing elsewhere, ea
and examine my Stock, as I can
OFFER DEALERS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
No. 136 Wood Street
TO CLOSE OE? OLE VISTIC STOCK OF
w araigrerini 13pecIll Incicements
PRICES VERY LOW
:TEM ENGINES AND BOILERS
Freight . Hoisters
ricoaTcors roccix - 143 -
aircuitop or all de ettlet'ons made to order.
Corner orEltai and Ferry Btreet
P r it i gg i g i lft l afrreoritrAt!U l t"
Printing and Wrapping Papers.
?ajarMILL, \ EW _
OFFICE AND wAsErtorsz,
82 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa,
INITICEES—AUGUBT I.IAILTJE, Preslib
8.1.XU10. 111130 , .E.He rotary.
DiELCTOßS—Amstist Hanle. Jelin stvrtil. N. E.
Hartman. John H. Livingston. John M. raking,
O. H. Merrick.
Cash Paid for Paper Sleek.
CHICAGO FLOUR AND GRAIN
QUACKENBOBS & CO.
No. $l3 Liberty Street, Up Stake,
Ali grades of WINTER A D SPRING WHEAT
OLLII AI let t conatan O. hen and tor et le to the
tredO the ter , 'Owed lair. et • Ilex N Whom*
Mtenseyprkel direst Dom Western Mille.
BELTING ! BELTING I _
LEATHER AND CUM BELTING
or the but Quality eit4 tweet pnees, et the
X.13A31.0e Ni.112331:501" Pes i recht
108.28 AHD 28 BT. Oldra EMMET.
Erncery and Distil/mi.
Two Woman:wet. of andlolat t capacity. and bay
,,=og 101 Os Plita ras cued In a blower, and
• sax 811, prrrestatan P. O.
825,000 TO I.O.Lvi
awH6S Y PL,
,s gwl lMatwt,xo, ues.Lt.u.ueet
NITION&L TELEGRIPII INSTITUTE.
Corner Petal and St. Clair Ste.,
The largest, Wt organized, most anceoaztal and
In the United States, DUrlng the past ten yeas,
Representing every State In the Union, have Grad
um, d here.
A COLLEGE OF ACTUAL BUIINESS,
SenpllM with Banta, Storey, root Offices. Cumuli--
Mon. Broaers•. Insurance, Railroad. hicantboat,
and Telegrapho9lcm, Sc,, combining
Theory is Preaotioo.
Bilvienu are thoroughly instructed in all the
brhnehe e of
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION.
Includln RI:took-keening. remnant&P. Arithmetic.
Commercial Latheolitical Economy, Ili:mines Cor
respondence. Art of Lletecttnir Counterfeit
Money, Itattrosdtni • nteamWs[ini• EeleAraPhiulL
Practical Banking, &c.
Students can enter at ant time and complete a
roar, in B o o k s,o twelve weem, at a total east
for Tuition.o Honks. Hoard. and all other
necessary expenses. of from 6100 to Nt'zO.
Giving full Information, and enntulnlng •conspl
ootlOne of our system or Practical riusinei• Edu
Borneo ]tea, - Metchant,..llant
Address the Principals,
SMITH & COWLEY,
7 1:11.E NORTH AMERICA
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New "Yory,
Only Company In the World
Offering secants . guarantstd by the direct sone' ,
etslon sad control of Its Funds by the General or
la wlditinn to th security
the e fit
Cull particular ottent on 5 , the folinssingt
be a rccest he, of the kegi stature of the Slate of
Noy York. the Compy se authorized foote
bimetal ..enosita vette an e
nopeOntoodent of the
Insurance Department. and reecive therefor stegis •
•tereit bear i ng toe boat of tee ocpertnicet
sod a Certtleste thet the Policy „ ls i Ircur t ed by
o d d °We° hY l , l e`t ifer . sl e e r t its . : P at layo r' r " o ri e s%
Nolan stkikltlC • L.rr: , N.A;ItANI.9C
MY axellielvely. Crertik tutored Vol-
ley as coerce to the ho der ass Netionaillank MOW.
°rYtt;'lt'Viglirtitl'ltATin. Trace), liesidevel or th e
Ordinary Erupoillnt. les sy pert of tte
nate. or Europe, at any aeasou of he year Oalttd
DikVe• OItACIL on all renewal pay-
LI. POLICIES are Non-iorreltlug and Irannd
- Income of 1566:
OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
ALL IN4IIII ARS an , luvited toes amine And corn
Date the!, validca with those of the ••ttorth Amer
N. D. MOll.O/.8, President
J. W. DERUILL. Eccretary.
E. T. COOL General Agen
No. 81 Fourth Street.
A few more aenre, emelcut men •in have A •
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE AFL
• 1.0; laud with them lu ail brooches of or ir
loess. SAM. L. I.UNnk..eall. The noose d'^'"''
continue as heretofore.
1. fiILLIEB 9 It OW L.`tti J. L. PCNORA2II.
P. SELLERS & CO.,
• PORK PACKERS, -
r_..a. i=t OIL,
Sew Bacon. Beef and Tongues
Will be ready for dellotry on MONDAY, Yith lust.
Chulee Sugar-Cured Hams;
Do do so Deer;
• Do- do du Reef Tongues;
Do do do lireakfast flacon;
Plain Cured Bacon Shoulder,:
Do do do Sldes,
At se prices and of excellent FrOni
- Sins. erian oe resularly`sup,lleo WWI al
articles In th e inovision trews
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
New Style Ottomans,
Large size. wltj , CbCorers. made of remnants
of twat W Mon and Velaet Carpets. eumest.
most durable and moot elegant article of
To be tont& Manufactured snd ',old only by
!elven. Ali other style. or
McFABLAND & COLLINS,
Sea door above I/lepateh Building, Second Plop
. b. BAZE -DWI. TILYStAILC.. II r. L. ELCIR.
N 0.12 St.Clatr Street, Pittsburgh
Efo:47 St. Clair Street
aardole Adenls for the Cele'rated BRADBURY,
New York, andBCItURACKEII & CO.. 1.1,11a4e1•
WILL PIAN O S.
Also, EdTZT d CO.'S "COTTAGE," .d S. D.
11. W. 15111T11 . 3 "AMERICAN" 011GANd, .6
'ILTON'S PATENT GUITAR.
Tbenest ltallann. Germ. VIOIIII and Guitar
tittlrin law.e on band. no17:oZ
SKATES FOE THE MILLION,
" Ell ,
Di.pat.h Bailding. Fifth Street.
Z~oCOR1:) as• 41:7
131 WOOD STREET,
MONUMENTS,' GRAVE STONES
Boni Anserlcan and English,
rot Oil, Refining Purposes,
Con...tly on band and for sale ln quantities to
gait purchaser', by
.1• e H. ruiLLzpe
ass NOW A LARGE STOCK Or
a puar poIit6CTIONAnI.E. AXIS,
TOIS•ad ether I[ ol 4. hi. 1101 7011 THC
UULIDLY!‘IIza be:ll , li vrtai siulaition
Viamigtaeral lafgal• A 114411104.
'La =as of 1600 asd upwards
STEEL GIUAGING lIOUS, for U 14.
PaljuPe"4"' JA d
Monday, January 14,1867.
III'CONNELL & CO.,
OPEN Ttii9 DAY
One of the Largest Stocks
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
IN EITILER CITY,
To which they Incite Hie Attention of
NTH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
As many of their good. eta be bought at
LESS THAN PRESENT N. Y. PRICES.
ERWIN, MeCONNBLL & CO.,
NO, 17S FEDERAL STREET,
Above the Market,
HT IND FUR EMPORIUM,
IS FILLED FROM CELLAR TO
.I,l2l7.urtah ASSORTMENT OF 000112,
417i=1:Ir M.C9W FLA:4'MB.
Onr specialty now Is
7-aexclAems • esamcl 4113-ext.t . is
P i " Ur 1710 W '
SLEIGH a CARRIAGE ROBES,
Although prepared with a full linear
HATS AND CAPS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
No. 75 Wood Street.
nol7m , s
PITTSBURGII GAS SAYING co -
No. 459 Fourth St.
com - axmonramsa
JAMES I. BENNET, President,
ROBERT FINNEY, Vice President.
ARTHUR W. ME, Sedy & Treasir,
JAY I. BENNETT, W. W. PATRICK,
RosT. Pi oN LI. J. .51D. CHOSSAN,
JOHN W. CIIALW. S. & •ANT .J. 11101.E1,
JAMIS E. ....... . ....... t. II NOBLEOCT ,
IRON CITY SPICE lIILLS,
FIPTII STREET EXTENSION,
.*'ear Penneylrania Avenue,
PURE SPICES AND MUSTARD
Warranted when oar name IX on the Article.
'FRESH 0 BOON D CORNMEAL and BYE FLOUR
NaIrgrA.V.GROUND NUTS ROASTED
P 7tVe l .;ectrcrls inform the
l potitle t. at we will
n En d Retail De le» w t tOt lowest Mallet to Ice.
aiming to deal fate, we solicit the patronage of the
P t ic '3. HATTED. formerly of the Congress
8 t%c n e 1/111 i. 11 , 1
n tr o e l ge=l . ist toe above mill at all
"catPegi , FELD corDtait ' fly c on
STRICKLER. et KORLT.DGE.
FRANKLIN COTTON 11 1 0PdIS 9
E. HYDE'S SONS
Are no.s wn.rtosJ to manndctnsa
COTTbN YARN, CARPET CRAIN,
OOVERLET YARN, CANDLZWIOK,
COTTON WARPS. Ac., Ac.
WEST CANAL STREET. between Robinson and
Lacock. Allegheny City. Pa.
P. o.—All order. oy matt attended to. nee nail
A L AT I II MI A CLF BRONZE, GILT,
, Carbon Oil Lamps and Chandeliers,
Lamp Trimmings, &c.
Also WARRANTED NON.ISEPLOnIVE CAE.
DON OIL, wholesale and retail.
JOHN ROSS & CO.,
e 4 TlLLiarls...ot !Street,
den: , aYs•daiver PITTSBURGH. PA.
C3E1.45...1LR.00 0 .41..T-1.
WANTED—TO CONTRACT FOR
dell v ery of Rom
75 TO 100,000 BUSHELS CHARCOAL,
Dosing the coming season. Dells./ to OtOOWIeIIC.
ISt to 15th Aprll next. Apply to or address
MOORHEAD & CO..
90 Water Street.
PHOENIX STEAK BREWERY
MO. ..1.13. IMLAY
Ale, Porter and Brovrn Stout,
ROBERT WATSON. RDLISSISPIIT. tellitdeS
McLEAN & SLATOR,
Flo. 83 Liberty St., opposite
MENET AFFRS' HARDWARE
They make a epee 1 7 of Iron kledstead and /Tem
Castor.: Porcelain. }Winged and Pivot Oastors,•
StdstevA Fastenings. 1140 p. for Extension Table.,
Se. They_also mannfacture and have constooo7
0 011 g a r i l L a t 'Vetritl i el:l2,
rtrtaznsetrTlloVz .11 to
o a ih.ai l aB l;i l 2 ..
.171. 6 0
!OQUETS r , Olepr at ME
wlNTW "ravnagt,lllVVg e,aad
ValTe ' ll t an " ri ' lt , 27e d t 1 1 ' 471 . n '4 %, " : 1 ,,,1
abort notice. We can also fondsh Floral Wreaihe,
Venues. eq.. All orders protli r n . tlz attended to.
Cre's"rn to the
JOIIT . Ir A iitirwVii.
BAUR & MOSER;
a r Maill c a 'c liWkAMNlti c t . 9 0'0 5 4
tarrtidOZ: and prat:D= " 46 "d :gr.
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Ntree
BUCCeIIIOIIIO WAMELINK6 BLEW,
And Magical Voois Feller*lly
Ask especial attention to the
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
Tiny oxis closing oat their stock of
LADIES ' FURS.
/ECM WHITE BILLND%
JAMES HERVEY DOBBS,
148 Pearl Street, N. Y
I 13TII QQAUTERLIE STATE.MENT
FIRST NATIONAL BAICR Or PITTSBURGH
• ' PITTstIVEGLI, 'Jar, 7th. IM7.
Leans and Diseno at.. -
United States Hands ltaetSoo to
line from Boats and 8anker. ........ rt,Cto re
Sp le and Legal Tender N0te5......a 4,0,Pq 07
.2. ational Currency Cr.... CO
NOtea of Solvent mate Banks
Cash Items and Remittances .......... 7atssl 93
Real- Estate OM Od
locale a Ists4- it
Capital Stook .s3tA re.) Go
Duo Individual Pepotitore 1.n1e,231 ['l
Due Bank , awl rtallkerf 01 :1
Due Treasurer of the United Muter..
20 a n 0
Contingent Fund and Front, ..... .... ?.taral ni
I hereby certify that the foregolug Is a true ab
atrart from the Quarterly Report to the Comptrol
ler of the Currency.
an SOLIN D. SCULLS, Ctrthlei.:
OVARTFRLY STATEMENT' OF
TILE MERCHANTS , AND MANITFACTUE .
EMU NATIONAL BANK OF PITTSBURGH.
MONDAY MOANING, •AG.'..L, DC.
Capital Stock®. wo,oca ca
xi ?.. . j 0 5 . 1... 1 13 f ; a k i 1. I r
c 7l , : u tto , lt
.( 6I a . IS k I
6.Q .1(0 tO Ecl. 1
Due Depositors"vs, Int od
Due other 8au1t5....... tv 311 .--
Dividends I.: upald
Profits .d Earnings
Not and BIM Discounted
U... It or erntacut Socarlll•6
Specie and. Learnt Tender Note,
last. ltanL Notes and if ntettonal
Due byother Ban to
/uterelt nu U. M. Securialta....l.....
I certify that the ahorc Is correct ahetrect fru •
Quarterly Report to Comp troller Ott r n 03.
laihr64 JOB ei SCOT f.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI
DITION OP THE PITTSLUItIiII 13AN.6.1,011.
81SINU8, Ikeember illt, tab:
D. E. .11cliES LEY, Ircuurer.
Ronde ltecelva , 14.1 e g,
The undersigned, Auditing Committee, rep
fully report that they he examined the Moo).
td Aunts of the Hank and and the above state
to be correct. JUE:st rvar.
ROBEgT C. SCHMERTZ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Oir
PITIzBURG.I.—Tha Dlrretora of ads Bank
baYa this day declared a quari.rly alvadead
TLIC.E.F. res. CENT
out of the proatf, payable fortbod tt, tree orutut.
or U. S. taxer. 1. D, SCUL.IX,
()mut or PraarLES` IttaCnaNct
PartvaLcunit. January 7.1387.
The Board of Div eter, of this t:empaey have 1 111,
day declared a dividend of TWO lItII.L allS PEIL
nil/ ME out of Inc %omits of toe last al. month.,
payab.e on and after the 14th init.
juair7l WM. F. a/AM/NEL Secretary.
.I.II,IIAPICIP NATIONAL BANN,
11 7 •} rirnincnon, J.uulry :d, 11 , 5,•
A DIVIDEND OF
y.woof Government Tax. will ba paid on snd aft.
TV - F.111)61, the ith
JsaT drat. O. St , ItTIM, Cssbler
ALLYOUENT NATION.". 11.2 m. /
L'ITSALE,GII. JPltuare , d, i
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
T li tffsaar. have declared a dtvidend el
Ori the CooHO Stock, out et' the proSts of the last
six menthe, peyible forthwith, free of tativern recut
too. , B. W. MACK CY.
11.1C1ICLIAN 1 5 b MasarraCTlrnana Nan% PANE, t
rrrralraluaL January I. 19Tr.
TUE BOARD OF DIRCETORS OF
this Baal bale declared dlvldand of
SIX PER CENT.
on the Capital Stock cut of the pronts of the lot
Is math, payabla forthwith, frca of bolted
ntatea Government Tat.
)aura J SCUTT, J*., Cashtor,
UkFICS Or VI a 1110•Lt.' t581:11, 6 C 1 1r 0 ..
rt72,1W1 GM. Januar, 4th. 1417. f
TIET4 ‘NUAL ELECTION FOR
YSLVE CTOttn of .till ...annoy 1. ILL
be held at the MIXT of the Company. on &t. 'ND A.Y.
the lath day of Jaultary, 1,G7, between the hoUrecr
- 10 A. X., and: r.
WM. F. GARDNER,
()VMS Al.l.bu ti A l g bltt6ll .0 ?1,0
PLVACT.IOI.IL—AIi El* , ction fur
Cwelee Ul•ertbra of this Coo:obi/T. to .errs
27 for tbe ensuing year. will be belt! .11. e blllee, Co.
rilth Weer. Pltt,burgh, On MOND/Ll'. Jan
uary lub, 1007, between 111 e [O. ra of 10 .1. 11.. and
C. 0. DU
PlTTesraU Fr. Wayrin NAII,/.1 , CO. •
.o.7re qf the Nocniary,
Plrisnreno, ea.„ Dec. ,7th. Bed.
TIIE . BOARD OF DIRECTORS
bare this day declared a reenter dividend or 113 i
PER CENT., free of Government tat, o o their
Capital - Block. and stmt annual divldeadof
PEE CENT.. less Government tax. on the Thad
Mortgage Bonds. payable on and a ter the lota of
January. 1901. at the office of W Below, Lanier .t
Co.. AT and ED Pine street. to these registered at
at N-w eat. and at the onlee of the Treaturer, to
those reentered at Plusbargh
The Trunsfer Books .111 close on the 900 dsy
of Peettaber. at 11 o'clock. e. a., and will re-open
on thent7th day of January. MT.
10:061 rd. 111.1TCHIMOli. SeeretarT.•
Unriks OF TELZ ALLTGIIIIXT r.I.LSZT 1 11. . Co..
YITTSBOII3II. -.Ley IBC. I
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF FIRST
MOHTUAHE BONDS OF THE ALLIOHEN
VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY.—The Alleghe
ny 'Tetley ItaHrond Company hereby ILL7B notice
tint they will redeem Ile •
The Ftrst Itertiragelkmde or theC
Within two years from this date, In aecordane
with the provhdona of the-mortgage ;afro to s:
care the pa' meet of said bonds. I
By order of the Board or *imagers. 1
ja3tria WILLIAM. PHILLIPS, President.
NO. 33 me.suEr NTIIF..ET;,
Now occupied by the Fonrtb Nation&l l Bank
A UM 111BEBSTIBI BECK BUILDING,
on Chancery Lane, In rear at Fourth; Nation
Bank. le Imitable for manataatnAng or I:anat.
]OLIN WAY Jn ,
STORE ROOM. 2:1).• 60 MARKET STREET;
ROOMS SUITABLE FoRSINGLE GENTLEMEN
BALLS , 110051, SECOND YLOOIL Oir
°priors ON TRIED AND BARRET STS.
J. Y. i• A ZZAM:
7CI oray ue
VITAL YOU HAVE EXAMINED
Viz trawl( OF •
China &Bohemian Fancy Goode
lOU SALE ST
RICHARD E. BREED,
No. 100 Wood Street
FLIIST CLASS LOOKING GLAS
AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY
J. LYONS, I
No. 110 Wood St., Pittsburgh,
E son band
a d OWTTIV.4.I . O ° A r n d AIt
NUT. CPA L..d dQUAILE .NUILKOK, pt.wi KAM
and PICTURE PEARL, Weenetlack Condos; Bands
and Buttons. Consols, Mtn! and LirmLeg Tybk s
o esqulelte design andV.,
GILUIN.. •9D kIEOLL.L,Uiti eittnled in the
ar 4lo /1
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
French Clocks, &c•
:Mmege o .zi to tho EarAnutro 07
a arse a .
OMNIBUS AND LIVERY STABLE ,
etb. 410 rense Street.
.Dll3l & PITCAIRN, Proprietors.
airomnit.. sad ciarrages tornistod .vai all
Ulan& Also, Cerium.mr timenus. MAUR&
44 4 gums, As sholl.aolloe Sad resswistil• miss.
ble Open Day and Night
WANTE ID—By a cantleMtn *he
has tid •rn tate oxr•s•leston, n 1111:Lathan as
Ben of ittcren,s , Etre.. Would be Tilling to
ttnYtl for mumfacturing hou.e. - •
Adams. X. Y. Z., 0.1310 Otr.Cl.
SitustOun go: N HT WA.TCIIIIAN to • goat et
tarlithownt, tor a yog at. of motel habit,
Good totem:met fern. Se. Addrou• through Po.,
omen. ,A V'E , . ft .ST.
Not: 7+, No. : , :.roulthAt'd street.
WANTED-100. 1.0009 10,000
TI Mao to telt .SDREWS . OAS G thaTOR.
which can be attached. , any lamb. mates the beat
Utica In exletence from common o L ronrealrat
as candle; aria not blow oat. Most TaPenf ' , al •
article ot retching at SLOG. Agents are valuta
money, aclitng It with tight to
lei ST. CLAIR STRTILT,
tßoam - So. L
...6 . 11,411 w.
IVANTEll.—iGraduates - ot Liter
ea sad Commercial Colleges to notate
manently in business requiring Salem:n=lLO
Ouster, c - onwePundeacr.
ppl7 with reference, (over Mous-Wee . .L 10161 ,
ram's Law °Mee.) ' E. U. ClUiltali,
9111 Graz& otrect.
A GENTS WANTED-THE BEST
,n-CRASer.TETP. Wort of fltstofteal Value
and Naoepal 'moot Sauer. The on l y Work 0 . 0.0nr
Navy Ott in the field. agents
. nad it ito,..4.retvk.
tlng UA[ et.hed Author and Ifltterlau. In one hand.
come voterne: Illastrated.bend at not? for Serval
and terrltOry. _Address A. L. TALCUTT,
all:rs3:ds , S . 34 Market street. Pittsbelta.
A GENTSWANT ED
'CHINE BYCOtIPA.N THE EU.
tit:WING al R om
sell thtlr —NEW Wit saw
tissue paper to beery Bearer cloth or leather srlttp.
out change Weed. ueedlo or teuslou. lielfsaluartng
pressure root and newly Ales:gout tour reottone4
Usinurzio. Addreas endow:or stator,
J HALL. ts:
. 08 Ylith tltnet, (Osecold Floor.)
62.1-C, -6 6
71 1.1 19
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
PICTURES ARO STORIES,
n eu t pitedl.3 , Ilea. ANA. BULLABD.
The Sunk mutates a steel Portrait of the =thee.
were than nue hundred picture.. and la nicely
printed mll:wend. and mu" pl.. all the all
tithe. Address W. J. Iitn.LAND O"
datorrwa, 75Tatati at., Pltiabarth Pa.
WANTED --AGENTS —MALE AND
FE.ILA ul:-121 every rah of Western Pena.
•'THE We PICA YEit,.•
"Lib CUL 3110 W ME AT S tqtrlbl FIELIV,
Elthor by the.motah or on commission..
ers• aces abowed. for PertlenUr. •Qbtil
person, oredolress, YABOO uu.,
nen 43 street. Plttatrugli.
S. '1 iro
Pit 5 igelltejAilli y 4 1,7(c
BAILIFF & BROWN,
No. F3B N'oclorina St,
atLEGilE.rr GITT, P 4,,
P - - ..
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM
rirs 1r ITTEMS, keel, alw—ys on bail& a Imiesi
assert...at of iiii DEA NT% SHEET LEAD LEAD
PIM, BATH TeiDL Wstall DAWNS !WV ADD
I.llLAtii COCE.3 and all materials for AIDS/ ay
public or - prii,te buildings iron WATER, tiAS
or tTEX3L • ialetrtO
'Hydrants, Iron Pumps,
SHEET .T•P n
Lmth irg, maim
ITIATM CLOSETS AND WASH STANDS.
TO T. EWEN%
csaco.s.or ;a Zweso S C..)
16 Wood St., Pittiburgb, Pa.
ATP VerY COTCClliellt.,lld &Arable for cool -
o..o:Lingle during tbe Ilyarllg stud Istlir °lnFor
BAILEY, FARRELL& 00.,
Jai • PITTSBURGH, PA.
Viligivsk4oTA , ;oziz#
ir r iTellased ‘ t . he a N .oct mod .ED HAVI
FREDERICK stEnCßLEhie...V.WeVnite first
day of October. DNS. emitted Into • partnership on.
teethes. yle of HARPER. OUT.II/00 & CO., for
the inatinfacture of WAIJONS, be.. at the . old ea.
tabllshed stands of Frederick Less/domain and
Thomas Harper.. on Reamer salvo., lianelinteri
and would resorotliilly solicit math:Mance Of the
patronage hitherto ,o liberally bestowed.
TOthisEEDY FlRSTnave - ven OF OWENS Sr. HEN
d partnership day.
re not. indebted to t.sol Oa trove Arm. are hereby no.
tided not to pay any debts to .Ip.raon but
to B. W. e tl4..
,isi_r76 Attorney at Law. wlfth Street.
THE PAIITIVERSHIP HERETOILANGII .
exlstled banner M. D and D.
CHESNUT. under toe stole of. IeLLANE & CHES
NUT. dry . rd . lo e s sy ual coosalt on the 10.
ofJan the buntl be settled at the
old stand. 233 Liberty street. hi' either of the tale
punnets. - 153311
BANKS 7 * ; KERB.
N. HOLMES & Sin
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STOCKS BONDS AND OTHER SEOURITIES
Bong.* and Sold On Commission.
Putleutar att cation paid to Vle purchase ahol
UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
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Do. Certificated ohntlebtedays.
Order , ad Vouchers bought. collected. Andy
TOBACCO. gTOABBAM .
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AA , Bo= BCD 13k101IT 14.UNID
nOSE BUD tiCl..bk.N BMW.
And Other N. ted Brand, of
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Dealer In ill kinds 44
Tobacco, Snuff and f Cigara,
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Cm: Ai lAcry Shut ani Num Irty.
Sash Boars, Blinds and Mouldings,
MADE TO WIDER. Iron:tatted wors!s IMIA
dry bonze and Yalabod
wir 111=1/._ • . Bois . 1 1e r ittChl
Die Sinker, dui and Medal EngraTer,
MULL Ran Or 6111E111116Cfi M,
t3IIE'EEIOII, SEAL PRESSES,
c a ncaulag Stampaaral Virdpag Cards,
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93 Wood St., Cor:Dizunond 41.1.1ey,
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Pittsburgh White Lead Werke,:
PURE WHITE LEAD,
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new stock el IX LUZ L whlels
are nowconsleezed the bokttno4etwoo musts*. •
BRAYS. CELISLISSATED llitlstrd. Price from Slkt
upward. ' noncom In want ot s first, mu Clams ste
specttany Weir to eon and ianaadne Wars
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