The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, April 06, 1867, Image 2

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gATVEI43;APUTGo: IMd
kiftrito vraarnado Yeitordity in the
Supreme Court of the trnitod Statea; on
behalf of Oho State of I,lisslasippi, for an
indinctlon to restrain the enforcement of
the3lllltary GoverninentSet ktorney
General STANsIMILFa rippettißd to resist
the:Arden.- The petition *is filed, and
the hearing Trent over to next Friday.
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PRUSSIA.
- Dist summer 'Prussia ma e war upon
Ans Via; under deceitful and fib:lmq pre.
texts, but really to consolidate Germany
into en° nationality. Never was a cam;
. .
pain conducted with more celerity, or.
Witklergei piomisek of Complete sue,
Europe was - astonished, for ont
or. -comparative: weakness no blos
. Doming of power was anticipated.
France was appalled, as if a giant hand
was uplifted to push - her from pre-emi
nence. The moment was critieal. Dan
_ gers of Interference from without press
ed upon Prussia; but she was regulated
by such admirable self.control she knew
when advance and when to recede.
In sight of Vienna, - with her grasp al
most on the coveted prize, she turned
back, wisely resolved to keep what she
could, rather than risk all in premature
ly-endeavoriug to consummate her de
signs.
It will be remembered that upon the
conclusion of peace the Germanic States
were organized Into two . - Confederuclis;
'en'elgortherii rind the other • SOithern.
The idea conveyed to the public at the
time was that the former would fall un
der the influence of Prussia; the latter of
Austria. A month or two ago France
received an additional shock in: the an—
: notincerneht 'that of the ttates of
this Southern Confederacy had put their
armies under the leadership of Prussia.
The imprpslon .wati that this was a new •
arrangement, in contravention of the
spirit, If not of the letter, of the treaty
of . peace. ~lt now appears these neibtia
, _
Irons were perfected at,the very 'ximmnent
when France supposed the Southern
States were secured to Austria, and
kept secret through prudential consider
ations.
Quite recently, France, has acquired
solde'Voit of title toi,tho ditchi of Lax
- - eiutiOnfg. 'ln' consequenee Prussia has .
made the grand revelation that for the
last six months all the Germanic tern='
. .tory tram the frontiers of the Swiss Con
' ' !- federatiou to those" 'of kuarii., - Holland;
Belgiuch and France, has belonged to
her, and also Luxembourg and Limberg.
Of . treaties . .Vratice remained in
- profound ignorance until this disclosure,
What must be especially mortifying to
...French priddis the cool irony with Which
• the Gernrin newspapers assert all these
arrangements have been entered into'in
_-vindication Of the principle of it athinall
ties of which France has been the boast
ed and arrogant champion. What may
yet result born these revelations can
hardly be egizjectured.
THE Board of Trade et Charleston,
B. C., held a banquet on the 9,1 instant,
at which Governor Oltr, made a speech.
Of its quality this may be taken as a
sample.
'I would, therefore, say to every man
In South Carolina who has not been die.
franchised, that as soon at the prober or
der has been issued he should proceed to
register and prepare to vote for the best
rasa that can be selected .to form a con
sutution under which we and ourpos
terity can live. his your interest, fur
ther, that the black man=shallicae with
You In the common erection. I have
heard a good deal-said:of controlling the
vote of the black man. It has been sup
posed that his.vote will be controlled bY
personal infleances, notvritlistanding his.
convictiJa.s of interest,..but you are mis
taken., 'rlaat vote is destined to be con
trolled, not, by peraonal considerationa,
but by cuing to the black man and talk
ing to him in private' conversation; and
proving to him that his interest in South
Carolina is your interest;: that tin - White
mates interest is the black man's inter-
LSO • •
This is good - ,common. senss..' If the
.
leading while . men of South. Carolina
only accept iltesi inculcations,- and
follow, them out, a' new era will . dawn
upon that commonwealth. The "white
intr.restris the blaCk man's Inter
'. est." :Nothing cantle plainer. Andthe
...Converse of the, proposition is Equally
true, that - the "black. man's interest is
-the white man ' s -interest." Mils is not
the result of new relations between the
whites and blacks, Superinduced by the
Emancipation Proclamation - and -!id
Military GoVerwient Act; but grows out
oftheir•coczistence in. the same geo
graphical limits. The welfare oc the two
races was always inter-dependent, though
< • the whites obstinately ignored
even whits-the blight'-of slavery Was as
. conspicuous as the,light of the at
TIM Gaisznats who led the rebel ar
mies...slut:log the war 'know they were
conquered andthe cause they represented
Jest. They know, moreover, that hav
tog Wow. OP =A n,gaiast the govern
malt, pad been hopelessly defeated, they
have' no Political rights except each as
the conquerors In thvlr magnanimity
may allow. This they do not hestitate
~ on all proper occasion's to , say. Ileum
they advise the prompt acceptance of
such conditions of Reconstruction as
y. Con , rress has seen fit. bx. impose. Herein
they differ essentiallyfrom certain classes'
of politicians, north and south, Who are
splitting hairs about' the
- rights of men who . hafo — cTearly - lbrfeited
'
all they ever posseesCd. — Of, Gen. Robt.
E. Lee, Gen, Joseph . Johnston, Gen.
G. T. V. Beauregard,Lient. - Gen .lam e s
Longstrect, Lieut . ... Ger. Wade EaMpton,
Iliklor-Gen. Mebane,. 31,4°r-filen: Ethel
Barksdale.*4.,-tilen. —.chalmerp,the
Georgia COMllitUtiOßCku:
genius for solviri; vexed , ' qiesliorri . of
state"is mit; Ali, highest condition of
_intellectual health or ingenuity." This
means ,they ate hot tiichsters rind cirdb
* bier's ; but .understanding what they
staked - when they :took up - 81'ms, have
net trapudenee enough to claim in defeat
:the-prerogatives of victory.
Ty e Republican - State Danatalttea hue
limn notified to meet at.' Harrisburg on
Tuesday, the- Oth. Instant; to debanuine
:when' the next State .Conyention shall
be held; and to consult upon the general
welfare - of the party. We beg it to con
-eider ihat-laPt year the Orry was, in the
moat formal and 'authorized manner,
,pledged to eriacta priaperFree
ltaltruad
Law,.. and , that, this pledge luta been
shit:net-1:y violated. How is it proposed
toheal tide 'breach of-faith? . _• _
•
r,Leglalature of ChM • has, seat to
the people for at the election
next Oetokei, a Amendment to the Con:
to as to make @tick Men voters,
and to disfranchtse-deseitetii... JtAX(ltilr•
ed thoconeurrence of Abreolfths of :the
members of the Legislature to , do lltis
•et 7t WO One,
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' REVIVAL IPICIDENTS.
The progressive steps of the age are as
marked in the movements of 'Christianity
as in any other department. This fact is
demonstrated beyond a question, because
it Is so clearly manifested in 'every pos
sible form. Christianity, in her greet
mission, uses instrumentalities elan to
those employed by the world in working
its great system, In these. days of re
vival power, the mode of Operations dif
fers somewhat from those of former
years, there' being a createer relaxati on
from the 'rigid and exacting customs of
those days than formerly.
The union feeling among the various
religions. denominations has worked a
great change:.- Questions of miner im
portance, which used to loom up 1
and trouble the Camp of Israel, are 1
now-lost eight of, or kept so far .in the
background as to not breed-disturbance.
The same union efforts now so happily
conducted wets unsuccessful In other
years, but time has worn away the ob
stacles, and harmony prevails in a very I
marked degree.. 4 It is surprising, the
field of labor which has been opened to 1 i
laymen in these latter days,• and the I
grand success attained by their cooper. ,
ation with the ministry. The bar of
separation between the pulpit and the
pew is lessening every day, and' . ,soon
will be a thing of the past. By the lib
eral use of this lay tiower, there has
been embodied into many departments
of church labor, such as the social pray
er meeting and Sunday School, the sharp
" culture of commercial tactics, prompt
tress, and variety. Old forms have van
ished, showing also the adaptation of
Christianity to the wants of the age.
Now, long wearisome prayers are not
l i tolerated; addresses of the metaphysical
cast are discarded, and singing of the
nasal style IS laid aside. Addresses
most now be crispy, practical; poluttl,
and evangelical; prayers simple, direct,
earnest and loving, and' singing must
I have the ring of melody of the . most
1 1 popular cast, embodying too, words
adapted to, and which will, burn like fire.
These reflections serve to introduce
some incidents-which have occurred der
leg the great awakening In this city and
neighborhood. • ,
The training young men are now re
ceiving in the various churches is devel
oping rich fruitage. 3Leny young men
whose talents have heretofore been bid
den away in a napkin, are now in active,
vigorous exercise, under the progreglive
regimen of - these millennial days, not
only for the good of the public in gener
al, but for the uptailding of the respect
ive churches with which they hold church
fellowship. This labor is seen, especial
y in the Sunday School mission work,
and in the social prayer meeting. Of
late, some of the pastors have given it!)
the charge of a meeting at times wholly
into their hands, taking his seat with the
' people. By, this means latent power has
.been developed. Instances are at hand
where the add week -night services,.
L for a 'season, have been conducted wholly
by the young men; in consequence of
the absence or ill health of their pastor.
And -it is but just to say the result has
been, higlily favorable, not only for the
respective congregations, but of much
substantial benefit to the young men
themselves.
• '
An unusual incident took place some
days since, in which was , developed en
element of union feeling, which is as
remarkable as it has been rare - heretofore-
Two •r three . persons • who had been
'awakened and converted in a church,
whose usage la . to execute the ordi
nance of Baptism -by-sprinkling or pour
ing, out of respect for their conscientious
views,Su regard to the mode of fulfilling
.this
h command,were publicly baptized by
immersion in the - Pita Baptist Church
'cif.this city, the pastor of the Presbyte
rian church preceding the ordinance - with
. .
sermon. This union fellowship by
two denominations, with views dissimi
lar win a doctrine of thie kind; it is pre-
Burped does not compromise the peculiar
'tenets Of either sect, by the -prostration
to the.. ground of exclusive dognuus.
While ihe Presbyterian polity recognizes
any mede • as Scriptural, though ens..
tom dictates 'a: particelar and preferred
one, we suppose their liberality does nut
recognize that the Baptist mode is the
essential and only scriptural way. On
I the other band, we are justified in be
lieving that this act of brotherly union
does not convey the view of bur Baptist
friends as ignoring other modes of Bap-.
' tism as invalid, or expressing close com
munion views. Within a• brief time a
young man of Catholic education, an
honored member of an old Catholic
family, has been recently received into a
Protestant church, without being re
quired to ignore, his baptismal vows of
childhood in the Papal church.,This is
a !Medea of liberality which callenges
the adherents of Rome, or any other
body holding similar views. Verily,
the ;world moves!
The unusual revival power prevailing
in these cities and neighborhood has
brought out the work of the good Spir
it, by the use of instrumentalities not
usually regareed as the most potent.
While an educated ministry is desirable,
indeed absolutelymecessary, at the same
time, God secs proper sometimes to use
the uneducated in carrying fosward his
work- An evidence in at hand : A re
vival of unusual power broke ' out at a
locality, in close proximity to this city,
in the bounds of a charge where the pas
tor was unable to give but little atten-.
Aion, owing to the calls of duty at an
ntherpoint: The"necessity of the occa.
slim brought Into service
.. tho labor of
two, Zealous men, . a blacksmith
aid a inkier, under whose conduct
the meeting was carried on, and
liars is still in prOgrees, with great zeal
1 and power. . God hail owned these in
strumentalities, uneducated and wire..
lined as they. are, with abundant success,
and many souls have 'been powerfully
awakened and converted. The topic is
worthy Of enlargement but we forbear
for the preoent.
Tnz Board of Commerce of New York
have wisely advised the Secretary of tire
Treasury to continue the policy of con
traction until specie payments shall be
reached. The .indatlonista have , had
their day, and will scion be 'among the
rao‘taager to get deliverance. from tua
pertaluty and doubt by fairly touching
bottom.
Tun sew- York Republican State
Committee hes . declaieil in favor of "im
pl4ll4 aln:l'otite,'Y at:the north as well as
at the South.
Tnz governtnent of 7agiur has had
filled at Ban Francisco, an order for
$lO,OOO 'worth of leather for army use.
For the non-daliserT of a talcum:oa t hobo.
Strasheigei Obuuned ti" verdict (or auW,.is
against tho Western Upton Teletroph Cote•
puny, in the Elnpezlor Court of New Tom.
The defense sot up was that a storm had
Prostrate& the . wies, thus presenting the
foririttsliog of the ilispatett..
Aftbe Ohio and bilneimppl B.siironn do
pot, in Cinoinnail, yesterday, a Mr. King
Ya# POW Of WM.
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Tire.Warman, /Indiana, lifurder—Th•
• Asmassin and III• Crime.
Lawrence Hart, of Warsaw, Indiana,
arrested neat !fount _Vernon, Ohio, last
Friday, Loma taken back to Warsaw,
whence he nad fled after the perpetra•
Lion of one of the most frightful acts of bra-
tailty on record.
About six weeks ago. Lawrence Hart took
V:vstigs.cr,LlT , lseirt.eid I,°.Z
weeksafterward the child was missing.
Its mother made inquiry as to what had be
come of it. and was told that it had been
given away to amen living In Ohio. Net
satlstied with this, elm succeeded In inter
esting some prominent citizens lathe mat
ter, who began to make an investigation,
wbereuporn Hatt having_ ten, afters long
search the mangled body of the chilli was
found in an old well. At the Coroner's in
quest, Hart's wife end others testi.
fled that, from the very rt' treat
of the child was brutal and c ru el l to the ex
treme; that be whipped and beat it without
mercy atm.; If not quite, every day,
and that on ono ocandon he spent
nearly a whole day in. torturing It In every
way tee most hellish wantonness eonlii sag.
gest, first whipping It with a leatherstrip,
then ante n stripe( hoard, until it was not
able to walk, and thee pot it down in the
cellar, where it laid down in the damp and
chilly atr and went to sleep. Then he tools
ithe poor chtld mater, tne cellar nod plunged
ts head Into cold e and compelled It to
remain out of doors until its feet were fro ,
zoo. Ile then took it into the house, hung
it up by the stairway, by meson of a strap
passed around the body, and held coals of
Ore on a shovel under Its feet. After tor
turing it is this manner for a while, he took:
it down and made It walk the floor backward.
and forward, occasionally' lashing It with a
leather horse-whip,
until it fell at last, ex
hausted and senseless, on the door.
It further aeare that the day the c
with
&stick of some kind, until it was eo exhaust
ed that it felt asleep at the table while they
were eating breakfast. Upon this Ilart - fiew
into a rave, said, •'l)—n 5 on. I will see If I
can't keep you awake," and thereupon self
ed it horsewhip and whipped the ma
s id for
some time, and finally struck it a evere
' blow on the temple, either knockeds list or
' the butt ante whip, and its head
against a stairway, causing two more severe
brul.es op the back inset of Its head.
lie thee allowed his wife to put the child
to bed, and she states that she tried to re.
store it, but died that night, when Bart
took the body easy.
Beiignallan of lieu. Itoseerans
We find•the following statement in the
Catholic Trtepruvh : ,
.
"Some two months since General Rosa
crass . resignation was received by the au
thorities In Washington,
save as a spe
cial to some of our dailies , two weeks
ago. Nor, ui that special asserts, did his
brother, Bishop Itescerans; write to tee
President caking a snspeneion of use decis
ion: but he wrote a private letter to Al.r.
Johnson, asking that he refuse to accept
General ltoseerans. resignation,, on the
ground ttmahts services and sacrifices in
the cause of hie cOuntry merited a high po-.
MOM In the army' for life. But Gan. Grant,
who so shametnily betrayed hint at the bet
end battle Of Corinth was too well pleased
to hBretno opportnuity.of ridding himself
of so able, and therefore dangerous a. rival,
to refuse to acceottlie resignation of lien.
Roseman, And ill thus gratifying his own
personal desires be cooterred , a favor on
Gee. Boseerans, who could not be prevailed
upon by the pereumlous and reinonstrances
of his friends to recall his resignation..
"The General and his son are now engsg.
ed In ostensive and successful mining open.
idiom on the garter coasis,l_.
WANT SUPPLIED.
London Ale, liotticd_Ales, London otter.
Brown Mont. •To get genuine Imported • adore
Ale, Porter or Brown tltOtt,'hu.beefi al.loo 0 it_
inipossiblitty in this city, notwithstanding that
Mete are few tonics mote suitable for weakly_
pereouraud IDraitAg. The want ass et leag.h
been stpp•led. A laic , assortment of the finest
brands, comprising Inuclay A Pull.' London
Stunt, Bus ACoOt I ale le, Camphetps noptch
Ale. ee..)ustrecalye4 at Jon t Pli PLEB ititl'n
BRIM SLUICE. iso. ri Mutat street, ani is stud
by the cue or single bottle. al the burnt rates.
Also. a, complete stook of the lout thin. , for
medietnal purposes, md Campbell's ',putting
Ale, the noes, attic t In use. lieutimber
1110
Pince,
FLESIIIf G'q
1=271
INT MEDICO: DEPOT
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No. II Ilt.rt et Meet.
DRUG AND rATEI
ie , e Ointment Will
Wha Sway
1-1 t wl lan e e Iteb. n from 1! to 13 boors.
knee WC Mott onstAnalo ownte of Tel
ter. 1
1--It +I I can rysipelas Cho.lac Eor ton Nee.
4—lt wit cure !Isle itaens. bgald Head.
li—lt will cure Itiblnc riles, VI grcptions.
I—lt. will riot:Art.ly tare sll Slag Diseases.
7—Use iserA733.3 iriblig32 agg scrsheri no
11117811'1 Dr. Sioarier Oftstairsg, liTICTTI .
..ITCIV Dr. giseigss's friistsseist, •orrrrEß••
"ITCH'i I TESTER,*
••ITVell TiS7kl7. 'KNOWN •“TET rEIVI
ili, iiTICTTKR•I
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•-vrcii” To FAIL ...TETTEIro
“ITC11•!.. •Inc:rTrat.,
tlerpEll. °4 ggl b 7 Dr .P .,r& re . IFA E N h .nz la:
7:Aes, 03 Martei otrret, 050. A. KELLY. 37
W oo
et.. JO. Fl.tilliNO, %I Marker, sc.. A.
Tirug.Y.N. Cle. cur. 410 and 'Markel vireii•MU ,
burgh: SANS A Dralirrs Allegheny. .
suls:Lharres
HEAR KEELSON!
• BTHEIDaTcIE.7I THE DEFEN:dEII. '
When • gardener apprehends' an attack Man
ma ottelde enemy, what dote It dot It
A : Zhao tinge 7111 DaTtseecti. Thehum in sys.
tam. at thle season of the 7es - .
Is trelemturred
by morbid indllenere. The atmosphere ts full of
them. • Evcry change Of weather toys the feeble
open tor thtir attacks , What le t i be dune In
order 74 bal3e theist more., but ever active,
Lisa Irrnamuretrag nut DirSgaCha. Do Yea
sok how? The answer Is shorty—the meal.
widtin the reach of all: lit totems the eimi or
gan. rid the oerVons system with II MILT.
Ten's BITTERS. e the etontarl, regulate
the latorele, rouse t he sluggish near, c.a.: tb•
'sydrlts, enrich oundpo 017, the 'Mal current, with
B eT ° .ll. sOgirtr7una T
Dr i tz_ V.B 7ci . 3, an ' : rs ‘h rl e d w er ay tre ,
capltil of health Iw.pregaahle. If Yoh will to
l: ,,
Mae hlllous heidoolle, totannittent freer.
lad! Anton. and Duran[ Thltattollll—to total,
to a s Ite plentitude. the blessing of •41 spend
mind n a found body,' use tats lummparable
prat . till, and restorative. It preserves
Instils to healthy. and renew& it in the weak
and Milne,
PL VS • ARIES OR CANADA
PINE.
'I h re exudes from the inside bark of the
Whi e rine, valet, stoves abeetelatilly in all the
ff.a.tern htatei and Canal& a - Ike, 0•001
macaw:ice, highly Irevel with that terebtoilli -
nate principle which bas 1005 beep valued se
remedy, in various else"ea of the human body.
especially those of the isicituous tl aaaaa . lir. 0.
W. tweet, of Eastoy. bas Cm:abounded from this
materiel a Medial:Lc called YOL•Alilrli 'WHITT.
l'lN'lt COlfrOlfbilli which hee al:10101th Irveet
favor in those seeLadlea whore the turpentine.
and babbnlbla areisuppoted to be valuable.
for Affections.
D)aMtta In yoanr or middle •ged poop
Diabetes in old i people. -
.
Btopplure of the brine. ..•
The name dß:Malty In children during the
night..
, .
Urayel, liidncy TronbLe In old pcopie.
Ulcerated Itlaneys, IJlcereted 'Mulder.
Discharge of mucus, or pee. or blood frOM the
bladder. s
'
Bright's I)lscast of the 014001.,
rain In the Eld4 eye out small or the back. .
Pain In the lit .1.0. Ilest and Ikeldleg, a..
Polend'• White tilne Compound will be found
, t
speedy end permanent cure. It le no Ices to be
valued ea a gene al and bracing conititutlonel
tonic, which Ise .rts Ms health.eletng enlist
ed. Lo all the tls nes of the body. without sic/-
ening or ne
sweetening the ttle In any way, or
dieturblng any slue in ble est net avocations.
Act for POLUen'il Willis. 0100 Oo0roux0;
for we. by the gridis. gingen, or aloe. teittle4
as DR. KEYS!: 'd Oreat lleillelne ewes .lie
Wood eireets i . . see
NEWS u VERTISEMEN
Inf. BING • Adf, stda744 Of
-1164, 64 IVO &real. Is ad sor
ted Aged to
near. dAvorti#orooots for the (1,1tR771E, and
altpapas throughoui 010 Ziositod Matti
arid the Omta+.
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VOn'TOCUTV CHORAL SER.
• VICi..-7be must AFTERNOON SEA
VICE Tell be sung to TRINITY CIIMICkI.
street. TO.ll(rltltt,W. at IN Wel o,lc
TR-PLYMOUTH CHunCEL
HENRY D. la10”lag. l'catoe. 'Oll
*reach In the a , CADY. MY La,Vel''. 10,1101C
stUVI• bltaltNlO, at 10,a o'clock, sod7;i
to toe eaculag.
- -
itgir'Pß EACBINFVEB It NA B.
LIATN. at 1M.5 a dr. a. tn. and 7,11 P.
m., Tit.)l.lll AVE:. .E. CHUM:Went.
narbuttaavenuefiu verstreet, Allvehmtl
21a.'11":. i`rir 1111 1 :a, StV•rceZi
116-11ELIW N OUR .- THE FIRST
etIItIsTIA Niles heny NI,
of which •70661'11 KINU Is r2.ltOr. tiii UM coot •
plellon of t .clr am. house or woreolp, sr I I eon.
dune to meet In EXCEIenIOII lIALL, corner of
157. s :r1, ‘ Pra; : g
Meeting WElns tt)' Lyn r..{INNIdu at 7.No'cloce.
FIRST BAPTIST CIIIIRCH
—nes,' Vane the NEW CNA I'EL, Fourth
street, above r , avers . nab , ath morning. at
lOIa o'clock. Y. n. and In the event. et
o'ctoct. nABLIAI kit•(.11001. at 2 o'slock.,
nnee • re eurdlellv Invited.
°Theresident. of the ratter. MN. JAIIES O.
DICIEN/I5ON• le No. r 3 llt.athala street. \
IV.NlVElfttlo.ii C --. :lii --- InIF!T
...nu.
b pr m ,
112C5r CORNER t/Y g 1!..A,
A .uo4lsl7:i.N. PrOaciti.i
a•. .rid 7 r. A:
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b_ t 24,7 baton' at ge e .ol. All pc
, p: k t
'ra l Al°T,e, st° ma rio If eVollll3r The Dcl,
trlna j of ItecoPallll , . tom.
Iar.TIIE NATIONAL CONVENhiaH
TION• Montt, bald in Philadelp ,
prealded lathy the iloo. W. Strong, Julie of
theSapwrne Court of rentispivanix.will meeeat
on toe 000 INST•N I', at IX P. .... 1. f.. Pl
Vatted rres bpi it lan Church. on Seventh street,
Plltsblirgh, to take meraureito hoe the Con
atitutlon of lb . Vatted States of America so'
amended a. to recognise God and Chrtstlaillty.'
Adermses are expected from dialluselsbed
speakers at bums end from abroad. Churches
'Leveret:kid to the moor meat i will ht re It en
stemmed next IlsObath from their pulpits.
TUE $23,0005000
STATE LOAN.
WE WILL BELL THE BONDS
OP TBZ
oan; of the State
New
van'
of Pennsy
5-10's, 10-15's and 15-20's
AT EASTERN RATES.
THESZ 1301i138 WWI
SIX PER CENT. INTEREST
AND ABE
Free, front Taxation.
JAS, T. BRADY & CO.,
Bankers,
Corner Fourth & Wood Sts.
.1M
TROWELS TUOINELS, I HOW.
VA.—Bricklayer., and Flute:Ws, Vow.
VI. caches Endes di Dli.tou'a.
Alto Bricklayers , accveta, • ad*
auarh
'At.' Il
/or We at •
3—A.
1005 Zortiett.
CM=
SetWS 1 SAWS SAWS
',wow.. Pp.,* Jackson's, and D 11, nport••
Nock
band, pan.: and rip saws. Also,
Bock nod c0,00ggvi , ,!11Ltrr 1 ag b ,:,, , , 1 ,.....
rTr.=,'lo43tlaws, r sale :at
1118 X DOWN . %
136 %trod Wrist.
!!
STONE CUTTERS' MALLETS. -
STONE CUTTERS' MatLEM—Jost re
iertilra‘tr Vo'r giar:rni=rirotri
Mona (Anna , 3 , -oLa, ouch aa liallat Polois t
littto.Li _sad Droves, made trout Mr best Cat
cl /or West , .BOWN'a,
130 Wood .txt t.
3=
AtiTO?iISHING 1
BOOTS AND SHOES
At Less than Cost
H•Villg Just returned front the East. ere •
yr 11 not end able to sett good roods at less rrte
thault cos% to make them. Conte and aranal
for yourselves. at the old . te nd of •
3. 11. & W. C. BORLAND,
No. or MASH= 8717311.T4d door trots nn.b It.
arm
CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES, TWEEDS,
!US DOTI' W
For Sale at Very Low Price
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
25 Fifth Street.
.
DIAMOND SMUTS,
t made, twit /Ma( *se Most dears) ,
t➢e market. Aloe, • complete and
11.07101ent of
'The be
Bkagt I •
tcultv •
HOSIERY,
&t the Old Stand Stocking Store
Fo. 71 7117115TSIZT
JAMES PHELAN.
tiff. PLACE
TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS,
13 Al TIIL
NEW 'STORE
J. 3L BIJIICHFIELD 8 CO,
No. B 7 Teltsaxim.cot lektreet.
LIT DOOR TO 111 SO OT !U.
LINES efir..rrimit
rILLLY4 LINES:
ir.L4/1 LINE%B., vat-ranted we A.;
SIIIICTINtilflISLIX 8 ;
11N BLZMAILD MUSLI3S, fromlOnat•aP;
BLZAIIEI.)
BEST IBMS DE . LAINE mats:
CALICti£3. from la tent• .17;
lIOUSLKEELING ii 00176, a fat aseuruatatt
ill 011 i I3TIU Nil 110 CK IA 1U GU.
87 MARKET 11111iZIM
•
ritssor.irrios OF COPAUT.
NlSlt e llfil . ..—Tr oa maiter i p,tedaglot e re
VO ffi tifVlr B .,' ;I3INOUN. soder the h.taftOk
POBIOSOY. Mat:LTAN At U I. wee
oiaolvett by leatavl calumet on the 301 h dor Of
March, ISC. The bedbeaaa34 tlabil , tiee of the
late ens have neve eateeted ane oUt be settled
by M. oet.A.T.AN VU. . No. 73 /*girth street.
where the boot. Of uld
ritueurgh. VW.
McCLEAN & CO.,
No. 75 Fourth St.,
BANKERS,
AHD DZALLES IN
THREE FINE ILLUSTRATIONS!
~LOIDut re regardlo4 the cll7. 'of rivet Im
portune to our sad SritANOZES TM
ITINO THE CITY. 13:oks open for nubforip..
U.. Address W commuutesUoui
GEOUGE W. PITTOCK & CO.,
Dispatch Building.
au rirru UTII.LET.
Porta:Lee Ilez 1400. Ylittburitt, reuu••
Gold, Silver, Coupons, • 0.6291:. )
Bank Notes. Occ. MASON! C BOOKS.
t ma , WO ES
Interest allowe d on time dehcialta.
Collections tosAle and all basin.. In Batik
• a line attended Sold* PenUMW.. l and Me
ans'.
We also bay and ten, on colandasion thl
arket. New Sark or eisewbees •
Nosde..letoek
and miscedatieous warlike. • apii:•44
L W. GRAFTON,
,Htt. 66 Federal Street,
Nama SJIcaO•D Dsro7.l
A.LLZOIIIO I2 C/Tr. F
E=2l:l
House Furnishing Goods. Stoves,
HOLLOW WARE. &C.,
AO , l nmenfactater of TV!, COPP= AND
1511ELT MIN WANE. doodad, apouttdd •nd
400 Wort promptly attended to. apittile
J . W. ELLIOTT & swig,
hurserymen and . Florists,
X MISZIIIKEI AND GIIICZNHOWLS et
It Wien south of the nay, on the le
eiio eTOii ♦am IttranaT732ror.
No. 109 Ittar4eiltree4
•
AAeress J. W. ILLiOTI . 8O 1,. BOX 611
Pla.bursh Y . u. 64e .
COUNTRY STORE
FOR SALE
The stook, lINLIZreII sad good stilt of a store to
thrIVIIT village about eight allies from the
clay, surroandad by coal also, one of on?
yr rellrosrli. Tills mord ts doing Wad*
sb se of about. throe lbw:2oW dollars a asolth.
.11c2/011for satitog, - going west.
INr farther yartlealars Inquire of
• J. P. 6111.rnr,
•PS'e7e Corner of Youvth sad' le
PROPOSALS FOR LATINO
E- WATER Pler.--leakil nwiliwall will IA
received by the Weter Committee until
7 ONCloek P. E. of MoodaY, April 131 b.
Tor LA:VINO 'WAWAam_ bo etna
rrnasrltaola Ameasa,
Dotter,ltln. Co wal s t
d P`tae
caret s.
to Include diff pc. rVO•7!_
clip l r 'c . r*? s ,srl d ' e t i g o " e " ffliTAV FlEFlFtlair.7r.:
uon s ot ion'eloperintand.S., 3otoptteag
ra n t:
torols6ed a6 "°..1
Wi
. ltPll . rassou. mum..
EXCELSIOR TOBACCO WORD,
& W. JENKINSON.
Itanufaelnxert,legatd:V dcam m
TaDACCO AND 11140•148.
No. 6 I.LDL6A.L eTRILILT.
Third door from
° ! *" ...afttagit id a.n .olll.
Braoeh Store at aalco. alma,. • ROM'S
•
FOlt PALE. • .
• :MODERN STORE FRONT.
Comalata and pearl! now.. Jaat atria sad
wlll. bsold ahead• eau bo 'seen at No. OS
STRICT. To parsons building
or carscUtg diralidllll talo atoms tWa Is • slay
•
•
PLITIBEVG, GAS AND STEAM
.- YITTLIaI, IS ALL ITS SHAN 4/17.13.
d
°LI= •I=`.2° igniZZLN .1 Pt"
CRS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH TUBS
is a " . " "W-Nsit xrvsax3 e.
Conetsredl on bend an.ltmle to order.
.111:03131ir gr.Arg33.
•
Eta 69 yrDisciL STREET, Allegbani,
Rud L T
IBERY STREET, Pttanurol.
apl-wileTfrrias
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERE-
steilsttlot
between the tinders'ined
u o der the name of TANS likVl LE: sr. Qls
solved by:soup:ail consent . on the_ li . t
o f
li T t i li4 l li d s i ;ln i e d i; 4.r:s e t t ee Ll'::a Il i 7. C.
h swill continue the emu abler. Gas zed Steam
ittlug business les all its brisnobes. The of
the of the ssill be settled bz either of
1 Llbert7
acct, ritubnt L 4 aml 7o derai tree[. All
' Mg;
a-meat, and thorn mar lne tl " ' id" "id
T(31'.4
CO ILCIID3IY[ LID ICI CELLI SALM
EZIESEI
F.'.&. BIERSCII & BROS.,
X 05.40 AC 42 St. Glair St.,
Ella continue the manufacture of
Sugar Toys, Cakes, Fancy Goods,
ADI, In --
,u word. e~etrthlne In t'lll2,l2lVb,°tr
Sited up's -t . •
ICE CIMA.M. SALOON,
f( tbe
Where creams o the finest fill.fof, and lb
choicest cakes wilt served to ladles and gen
!Jewels. Coffee, T a, Chocolate, Oysters, oar
dines. and ererything in seuon, will be fur
Dittoed on short notice.
Public patronage Is respectfally solicited, I
re . st PeTill'il;Vitalgtglt;.'"ii. !'ae/L.l.itt.'en.tairno.
mid opening will take pia° e twiliti, April 6th.
aptliwill
j CUOFT & CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
510.'13 9 Fortrttt Street. isre for ell
YALU'S. •
106 \tree. well Imp roved, three ranee 'from
Brighton, In Deaver county, Pa.
94 *era. Improved. to Fayette township, bile
Flung county, one mile from Menseeld.
140 Aer.. highly Improved. In i ...enc. Co.
Pa.. two miles from New Castle, and three hour
from Plttsourgh.
40 Servs, Improved, In Indiana coentY, Fn.
433 Acres, Improv.d. in Fayette county, P •
W lia*Tri Velriti: At e
111110 s. Also, unimProyeanlanos
and to~r
.ouoti, tow.. Would tr
ZS:4==a ,T,Yrl.O un,
m O6• \ HOUSES. •
Itrlt_.k wtak all modor . n rprova ,
Molts: la 53 br :al feet, on North lAn Atte
ITVrk&nn, ten rooms, on Chestnut erect,
Aert.b;
te, eli roo.o, on liebt:ce
Alsegromy_.
/ratite Haase, all rooms. on Yount. otrret
In Reserve tuna hip. Brlrk host, IS rooms
and large lot In treeport. Mulct hoist, Mall
rooms, and large lot In Wilklnsburg , irr om
!loose. new. 111 rooms with three. sin or On
sere. Qf groan:l. t at 011..., on 11l
U. gamin miles out. frame home, nee
oms. and one acre of ground. at tit
la
roomsmed MAU.. four tenant houses, of to
rooms e•en, and one tram. lonise of four roo
and One adra or ground In guilt/Jou. Ikea( t
•=E
LtYPt.
• Ten I-nere lots at Edgewoal Milton. P. R. R.
all lot s , tw l I trete .Wlltlnsborg, on R.
F. 11.. tern banded yard. fete the
steel
0.
Vise /ots In - e losnehlw. tip totleher's
Ron. se. 10- toll sate. Two to.. 5711* feet.
In liraadocles plel4. three squarre:froin .tattoo.
sta bargste. One lot In Temper...ell.. 55
10sy et. sultabls c f , o , r A teq ern aket
• One on Monongehels, reel 0. 1. 1. 1.1 0 ne
L'rg.hri.% T,•,,
dare. The. works nre eaßtsbls4 and wont." Ito
• ebron.
Tor forthor totormattou stool/ to the at.
outs.
MISIILEIrS HERB BIT
THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY
TO Tat rUOLIe.-1 hare MI. Say opezed
SIWIC LIOUISZ Wr tn. sal. of
Mist'lees Herb Bitters.'
In SUCH, of nth/burgh. and hay...Lt./Dor/mi.
a. T. rAtigurueL sh.l U. H. 1101.Tt) , . 4 .
say AirtblA. to Oaf, OS Stlki nuo
B. the SSOIS•
11.3/16111.1L1L.
71 , 11. 1 . , 14, 14‘t
PAq-PSTOCIE it HOLTON,
*olesalelkanch House,
Slisarlr...ot SEWltroot.
FIITBBIIIIOH
Rigel by all Respectable Druggists.
*rife oak bat trial to con, lace any:
bar medicinal value.
6111311LEIVEI lIEIIII BITTERS
smut
THE MIN CITTMONTIMI
ViILL AL lILLUT
About the Eighth of April
Tl‘etac muaber vlll can taln
•
COnT2l.l=o2; OT GRAND CIIAtTLa Of
AILISNIAN 44L.V24 k;
WA51111:4014,24 At.TIIISIIMNiCCILArTER
MAG IT aMI ON IC MAN U AI.:
111.roN le Jtpcl.ritUlir,24 C.-1.1•711eu
TTAALANA *NO TS NPLAIIS MUU
(MUSA MASONIC C.11,&11.T:
lIITe ITO CISCLA•
114.04 IC u 1.4 1 ,0%
NEW
ItAsticio 1.142111.2. T. DOCELD_;
STIEW ART'S ACEMASONS II UAL•
I APOtaIASO AWN 1 To-We
LEXICON
ONIC i;lfiret.S.X.-11AS10241LY;
/JAM AND rillnlES;
FOl . WO by
J. R. INELDIN & CO..
T. 102, Wood. Btroot.
ITZI3
WALL PArEUS,
GOLD EINDOSNED PAGLOII VAPOR;
WOOANEL D r AND SI AAraDLE ISIS Knoll
=err.° PANEL PAPRS, for Par
lors wed Velllsors.
In New Designs, at
Jro.lol X. 11111067 STREET
ow sum stsvato
PITTSUUMIIi
Jos. U. UUGUE3 & into
pEnstax LILAc.
We have Introduced to the trade 09f new per
lame. •
Persian Lilac,
No lady's tfttlet Is complete without It.
Par sale by all Dealers.
bIaNDBACTUNED ONLT DT
C. R. WOODWORTH & SON,
Iltsehester, R. T.
New Tort Unice. 220 Broadway. rota ;ull,
0201 , 011. lILLT li. 74 SNOIX/ILABS.
' CEORCE A. KELLY & CO..
wholesale Druggists,
37 Wood Street.
tleTgvi i n i.ti y para. yroAllwin.
rAIININ IN
011 ' 'II
" 1314 .. .1. TIMPIENTINZ.
tK O itrICV I
OIL, WHALE Oil«
.o'4 kW. Mar" I
Tr Ai 211”Udliss,st•
_.,...
O.LET. 1
A FINE STORE ROOM
Wild or without se 12CILL0 3 T DIMLLING
oontallang eleven roma.. with modern improve—
menls 1.414 'oscines yard adjoining. Located.
Olathe east side or bmltbristri street, near MUM.
[swan or
Broken utd Baal Estate Meats,
bbss. fres&
""" """ f° " 1 1 . 17. oalinrix a tow.
1,14 • •
NE ADVER •
BLREL LIJSTRES;
Colored Alpacas,
Dress Goods,
Spring De Lains,
New Prints,
French and Domestic Giughains,
White Goods,
Striped Dimities,
Table Damasks;
apkilltij
Irish Linens,
Sheeting and Shirting Muslims,
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans,
Bonnets, Bats,
Ribbons, Flowers, &e,, &C.
A LARGE STOCK,
Wholesale and Retail,
WM. SEMPLE'S,
80 and 182 Federal St
dfL LEGZIENr CIT E
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
11 \VINO - Jl:24' RETIALNED
FROM THE MISTED' CITIES,
ONE OF THE LARGEST,
OD BEST SELEITED
Stock of Goods
IS TUE CITY,
WHICH WY MO: NOW YRLYILLLD TO *ELL,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
At prices as low as can be
found in either city.
:LW. AUL INV/TYLD T%l
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
iIeCONNELL & CO,,
S Federal Street, Allegheny.
GEDEN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Porehatkera Ikea lavitrA atarairk• noel , .
web comply*. th• mon renal:go-varlet-l ee
esatlvatiott. We otter th• following Made at re
gaoled rates. lite quality is stet iellriteolt
IWboa.e...a Street •
rge awed, or Sugar.
EADISIL
Per Pound.
100 lbg. Wood's Early TtsIBM
' t e i tt r».le .t.t....... • 1p
Wood's 61017 ea
100 " lEariy Long Eivalet Gttors.To9
100 " Whlio TonElotrooted
101 •• Ned Torolp.rooted ......... •-••—•••••• 10
103 " Sommer 'Wolfe
100 " Summer
100 ••80.01 dos ...... BO
1G• " lipanlat ....... EO
TUILNIP.
Da IEO TVs. Per 1.. d.
Early Whlt4111.000...•."..1110 43 01. s.
Pat OuteD tatEsptleaved) SO 00 ••
ellow bunt 44.
10.1 Top . 80 . ••
Largo Etlobr .......
Vag: 41 : I X: 1 1 1:317.1 . 45 13 • •
trz ,.... ;aer BOP
PEAS.
Per Boatel.
oofi
1:1M!
Earl,' Pullet O'Rourke.
ty Tom Thumb ......
'Carl} Frame
T.arla Charlton. floe
litshap!l , llyrull I . .ourt Fal.
I::;.YLV:n P ar r rtWn
Larie Whim klarrootat...
•
BIWA Eye Ihlarnartfat..•-•
tunic
Cuamplon of Ragland
• Britisb Queen
•• Dwarf aucar. edible pah 66
30 • Tait toga, toe 151 A
11% groan TILDLN TOKdiYJ. at F 1.7.1 per dor.
PaCkats. •
3. 3:EraiVaar,
Ilartlculturllst_ and deedunan,
•
N 0.137 Liberty Street,
PITTSBURGH. rA.
Ire tn..
ZO ..
00 ••
ZO •
50 ••
50 ••
50 ••
76 ••
75 ••
Zs ••
5) ••
= ••
MM=m
TACK BROTHERS,
COMMISSION lanai'
Petroleum aml its Products,
• Pliisnuuon ornou—Dalsell's Bandlnn,
corner of Duquesne Way and Irwin Meet.
rtWLADZl;PHLtorsic c—ninwanot
.91mn •
SsmuEß m. WICHE ILO"
•
Iron Broker,
124 First Street.
PTIVADVAGII. PA.
JoigntrriLVlLa SiraVioan', Ites=
IlleadoN2.ootwby slgiVtAlatr
..!!!,Xnifid
tiraV
Conslanments orders re.poothalgiV-
MSS. S. A. STODDA3T,
Wllloyan at X. 40 7 imam Alla.
rg:l T tll ' groT u sTli gi§`PAN'krlf. 7 VriT
IfAltogia.llSlttla hilt. 1 3.11
)1
310N Von :f the . tar.- h.
l'""13.11310-
------------------
QM FROM $l. OU $lB TO $3O
.119 2 A, PIE DAY, eon uelly be mode the .yr.
round..TITII OUT LUX, ISt • new •1111•••• l i g ht.
ri= " • • 4tt 17:1117 rAtt: r a 41=7 'gr.'.
, een) are vete4 to rev Teteat
to
to ever, City
1 end County. 5 WM. taa,mos to ',via. =OWI.
sod rassuatus xxrporwarr 1 7 U.
to
Voirtatritr tolVltialreemen"ll Y on ''' . riiti-
Ontss, U. W.J.ILOSSON & W. 11 1/0 , 10 etreet,
Wallows*, 114. •. - . • ,- goat s
STEIL awi al(
No. (6Stoltbileld Meet-
BANS NOTICES.
QUARTEIIa
IMM3
•
MIMIC II AN TS' A N I) MANUFACTURERS' NA
TItiNAL BANN Or PITTSBUROLI.
1107. - I«.
LI kIsILITIE
•
Wit .................... .....
.. $ imp. co
"" 1= CO
Duc Del:K.l.ll4m C. 1.01.1
141Ancltney .... ............ zkr a . ,00
171,952 14
.• . .
ilvidends
'mats and Earnings
EIZEE2
. •
Notes .4 It 1113connted ....... ...., rn..1 , 9 90
Ilaut.lng {louse '..,..215 SO
EAR,PLO 00
U. P. tiorernruent reeuriti
:.epecto• and Legal Tender Notes 11.314 62
Nat. Mutt Notes and Irraettoull Cur. 2.3. ,13t
Due by caber 8ank553.941
Taste Snot KIPCI6. 6.a , 0
certlfy that tbs abort.
,St correct abstract
from quarterly itepOrt , tO
j laylr b inCr of
• &tarn
arft:w.,3
-61-SA-lITERLY ILEPOItT
EXCHAtifili ISATnth,BANIS 07 PITTS-
• Arm 1. DC.
Votes and DliU
D1f0i1t:t.1 .c. 11 1, ` 44,130
‘l. . 4303. , E 0 00
fond depislted
to secure Deposits.. 23,C01 00
U. 5. 7-30.t0 secure De
=PlT' Lo:ti.il;!ll'2lT. CO
ttonal Banks ......... 19,60 CO
Clreolittlar 2•Oles or
tate . so CO
Itemlttancea and 70,5/0 40,311 ZS
lath ............
Duo 1111..15 ...................... Mos 71,
Real Estate . .........................
,1311 r,
Taxes Cod /far....
CnyUsl i Lock— . .
'National Ulrciatallow
SIALte do ..... .. . . . . . .
Individnal 4441,212 46
United 04110. Ikpoi 95,001 Pa 96
Duto ISmiks ............. : ...... ' .... 41,201 IS
/62441ng5. 4111.4•23 62
certify that : o - e above Is e true
_be_trer a o r t
statemmt made to Um LOmPtvoo m
ezf.,T;.,
QUAJITERLY REP OUT
Or
CITIELDIS, Sil. TlO l3ll .Itli/NAL SANK 07 rrrre,-
4.0
U• tl. lbnda de
M. bernrltles 414,010 01
pe:
• ,
tp ale
Legal Tender Notes 134 330 04
liatIon•I Dank nob a 13.7001 A •
11:1`311;
Ilewlt
from N 13333 13 3 3 31 banks lte
• " 1= 4 40 03
Due Dora otber Banks and Itarttern.. ► 312 71
'Peale and EIPCII. 45
• 11.7 es 17
Deal istabe and Bond and blondes.
_.1311 re
Capital stock
xtlOoll
clants and Walkers.
I eerttry that the abOTSlS . ht t T c tbrX t u r g:r
the Cent:her
aVl•w:
'QUARTERLY DIVIDE:I
1111.9 T NATIONARA T r c P
itTCoomYnYTA..I
Late
The threrters of tha t Haat eave r oll oai
edo
lared a I re trterly Ideed of THRICE Plait
[ VEN T. 4at:l:tl 4olet. <rage netia,g
thef t. three CtZ o
of c
(ashler,
MI ERS, IIOi'PER & C
Cauccesaats to B• B. BOWEL Agent,]
FURNITURE'
Of Every 'Description.
SCUOOL OFFICE FIIIINITCIE.
No. 15 Smithfield Street;
sar A fail assortment of Pittsburgh If anufae
tared Furniture <outwit', on baud ai LOWaIST
CASH
MEMMIsma
_
TEAS AA R SUGARS.
euou co ? , , KINe A l . mr tl ss
I 00
•• TABLE
XTRA
BEST EX CILI o
•
Another large lot of TaL3ll TL. of tut car-
gO.l,
Direct train China and Japan,
rer alattui Couttantlas. 'Willa Cattle. I. B.
Orel aam, compttilnit everything 000 D AND
tsk.tbe -al of Teas, at about
20 Cents Itelow theCentmonPrieees
ARTHUR ICIRIC
172 & 174 Federal street,
Atissinir s arY.
msie:ris
NEW WALL PAPER
ABM k
ETOREI
JOST °PISSED. AT
NO. 36 SKITELTEELD • ST.,
To accommodate tte ll:creme - a trade. we have
EMPFl'ljiftrlV. ;Frit elitlW)..?.l
kI L I Ft; TrtzZLIA L VAT ' 9
`1 2111757AM1T.
E. EDMUND OR & CO.
•
ea
13a3
ro
Ish3 3 wt:7 .
CHANDELIERS,
Brackets, Pendants, &c.,
ass anal On .
large wortukent on band alai receiving at
'WELDON & REM'S,
PLITIIIIERSAND GAS FITTERS,
164 Wood Street..
lzhn:b7 81.X.T11,
QTEAMES ell ARLEY BOWEN.
IiATURDAY 11101114 LNG, Aram AT
11 0.1.11.0,31, will be aold, at AliceziminEcy
trgalNl,l,lasqtrr:i.orl'itgli at alf. landing. with
.urritgtittliVi.eV.d :1:84:14:lhUt1re
4,14 feet evoke, one 16 inch diameter, with
tare
30 tent hollers, 36 Inches diameter. Ti e
three
twat is now in good serviceable condtlin and
eels positive. WU.. parineeship Interest.
A‘"
♦ND Bnov.zss IN
WHITE 110118 E, • -
PERRYSYILLE, ALLEGHENY CO., PA.
Newly redtted andtr tarnished, and readyl.o re.
urat.
The,aaeerlberwill hot glare pains to Wpm.
Itiods , e Ole customer. wood appal will Oa
earred at day boar la the efteraoon.
µaidm44 THUG. COSTAILLONA. Prater.
.• _
NOTICES._ _
_„
Tor. ANNUAL. MUETING.
ig r ow THE STOCa OW_ 11
1TT.7 , 111" ri; It A Nak:V.11:) .. .,!`
'l3 ! '" f ' grOt t.i.ro.
'(''‘'",e"R'Clv:,,,,•,'*!`97.l,`',Pingq.e,:•473:a`tor WAIL;
OibTttmea sac ensuing Tear• Ac i . , l ,i tg
other 5-ectatAry Maine's that sore cone
them
By order of the Br,r,l.zs
!!ff733
Cor:CrY Tar savrtar.'s Ovitcr.,
CrctvnunslL Apr.l I. S
IIY PIIIISUANCE OF TUE
11At .m.1.1= a an act relating toAllegteht
County, approved the Ist day oi Mar, tan, a
th• nd
30thof
tie sone drOCltt SO Said sec on, approved
day of March. ISAG. I. DAVID Jr..
T 1 elatteee of seta County. hereby give notice
that the Dttplthehet of the eteethl Weetit, Bai
-1 oaths and 'townships. WILL 1t OrKli; .41
wine.. profited to reeelvo the
•
SIAM C 'd
4EIII, Stitt POOlin IaTNIT TEE vtya isra,
t=1:131
•
The First Day of 1i1ay.18 67 .
Sstd 'Laicise. be paid' st the, YR5A5152,11V9
f I , IOE. until the JUST DAY or AlltiIIST,
nrlth •
I=
Deduction of Five Per Cent.
Discount for prompt per:cent to any person
Day lug DA whole .meant of their taxes•
There .111 be no doh:v.lloa allowed on tales
during the month of Aura.. • There .111 be
TEN PER CENT.:added to al toce• r , lnalutOll
aupold Cu INC F1.119T DRY OF ex.l. , TE.usze:
aplorlOrecr
FirrauCitcla. March:Mb. 1b , 7.
IarNOTICE.-TEIE ALLEGEIE.
NY COUNTY
I=l2ElP , Cl l3 x , x clazz
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,
111,65 1 0 1 Ed
. 75,5 i co
WILL WELT
On Saturday, April 200, 1867,
•L th.O77ICL of the CHAIIMAH,
30.133 FOIIIITU BT.. PIITSBICECIII
S3,6N,LSH C
hcld f ilaVer.4= ll7 oa nteil:tratabliroiterr
business of Importance 1 , 111 Virzi be considered.
I== sl =
JOT'S W. RIDDELL.
Claslress.t.
Attest: ;
A. L. PI.LIISON. fterettries.
T. IL BATXz.
CgirliiollTll CANAL STREET:
All persona are bereby notified that the
undersigned, 'Viewers appointed to view and
manse damages and hennas (or the opening of
CANAL STICEICT, in the VOirth ward,
iallrliitShr CHI, from Last lane to Cedar &retina
will meet on the premise., on
psturday, the icitn 'day' of Aprill.
Tr!7cavnall. AVII 1. 116
I=l
At ten o'e.oek. A. - te., to fulall the duties of ;lel
appointment.
1=1123
•1,(:4 43100
LIABILITIC3 ,
.$ 800,000 03
. 4 •11,C03 00
35.t00 Oo
" ;:931%
• 149.%9L 99
garCIIARY irisrvF E, • 7 . -
52 An 54 E.T. CLAIR STHEET.PITTEUMEGH.
TllB BUHHLa Trail WILL COIIIIENCS
floitiosiday, lbo Sib of April.
Thi. illdtftue On. at nor orvaf . ind, taa!/143 , ? 1
NT= IX'
iITDIR Voi l att reDfga,ll k 7.
,+ecc mode:rate erpotat: a oCtENTIiiI ,
hrsti::l4'rtt!r; trd's‘PaAT.
,elso to take an "
lz ;oar ." figVr'e ' eft
igi t tftlo ' t , •;. ' •
411 . t erxess Wishing to atter wlrmseed elan. :
( iVirer.o% r n ° L7V72.774 '4 'll i n tlhltri'VlitT.
tabli,C:sV
BIM
J T.. BIIADY. Jr.. Castles..
MA.2IIJIACTUTIZILS OF
PITISIIIIRO 11, Pl.
TEAS.
BELOW TIMID
FOB BALE.
A HEW BRICE HOUSE AND LOT.
Rowe containing all rooms. all:Batson Mercer.
near lied Pod smut, in erventh ward. Will 00
finished, ready to °rent's. April MI6 Friel.
s4.°°U. M TV P .7. VAIII. Bq q g s "
Car. of Challis= wsd Webste7rige , ...
embalms".
SHOUT HAND IR HITINGe-A
perfect ignofp.dge of this walaable art
taught In ten abort and easy learons, by • Deno -
Mal reporter from London. Ingland. Each
pupil taught separately and Mashy time to snit
their own contenianco. Apply to
a. A. GitAT,
V,Ulgl,ll 0171 en .
B,RB 1., MOSER,
.A.MILO33.XTMOTEI6
nrc A ffittilinlTlMUttri. ll2
mv e zon rAttutLiZdalirruM:7.4
- . 7 AW6 - =A - 6EsTs.
.0 - ": IND 4L . FTEII
By order or
r E =_
A. 0. ALEYANDEN ,,
JAMES 61:1106Ip211 1
liIMISONMOLVORD.
EDIJCATiONA
STEUBESVILLE
EMALE SEMINARY.
She Bammeise.don of tlas taetttattoa
WILL OPEN MAY GM.
fire trontbi, for *ooo , '.
P'" ta.: " 1:: * LIU: 1011.00 j i ;cit .. .6 . , til , i
" L l .l; e: F . co l' " " ,;: d e ili ff re * o r ci y i , e c o v :
. Ic.c ." ‘V . cittooat 10 pO.
Cot. /or "r 0010 . 4 10p1y to. L L.D..
Yor P rrUrr '.. r ' cit0ACT1•12,64k.t.„,,,,ct,
AA, C. C.
1,,,,, "
,u ltri. A.M. rani:A..lt., rtlnclpol.
=
tgrESCELSIOII DISTITUTE,
For Boys and Girls.
lieolop nlll commleice IIOPIPAY, April Attsi
lippacattoes An adralo.los mA y Po_ mod. dllple
dilly:
uuieth .IrcetA. ap.11:1e1
"CANDIDATES
FOR PBOTHONOTAIII.
• . .
D. C. HULTI
Will be • randlOete for the orrice of P 110111 0 1:
OTJLItS". sohleet to the derielon of tho Unto •
Beirut:Olean Couventlon. apt
•
FOR PROTHONOTARY.
PROTHONOTARY.
JICOB H. WALTER,
inn b.sCtheildste for the *fere of I . IIOitION .
MARTcu Cony of oo , nb)tet to - the dedslou of the tlnfor
fLePtaf.:•Oed2torT.
Fos couvrit Tazistinzu,
MAJ. J. F. OENNISTON, •
tiormerlyor 7riend'•BlAe U•ardsl xlll b. •
Candidate for COIIIiTIC TILEASIJUES, s•bleot
to thodeettlan of tao tralon lievablican Cenre••
.11.1%,73
SEWING IIi&CHINES.
BEST LN USE.
WEED. ALSO FINKLE & LION
Lock Stitch Sewing Machinee
athcb aline on both sides. If the pnrchneer
does not regard (law
eopertor to any other he
east return it (lawmen Iv twenty Per cent• it
nee. Warranted four ream •
serrnewcze:
• .. Patterson. Centro avanna, near B. F.
.• . •
Station.
ithe New Ballet.
Mr. A. A. Meer, t
Mrs B St r ee t s
.teeus. throe doors fro= Mon.
teeny on Taylor arrnua Alh giduky city.
hire. I. Musing . Monterey street and Taller
avenue.
J. heoileid, No. It Becond street. Allegheny.
Foote t ' C. Bedford at. eet. •
Idtu S. WilAnt, Lawreneeville, near 'Squire
Jaheey.
Nina M. Wientsor. Laws ante villa. next door to
Mr. Lde's Church.
3. M. Bowan.
Bast Liberty.
hahks, Carson and Mcßee streets. Bits
=lngham.
M. ttlehards, (e Penn street.
J. ri. Bats, Joseph etreet: opposite Pittsburgh
glasshouse. Btrustngb=a, ILEI6 Danny others.
Also,'Braid and Embroidery stamps for eale,
set Chemise, down Toles,. Wrspners, intuit
Bibb.. Se., from the Yrench Patterns.
AliilTS WAN fal).
• N. B. LONG, Agent.
111 Gnat street, Box 7IP. p.
fele:LT.s POTehmont. PA.
GBOYER & UAKER'S
ELASTIC STITCH AND LOCK STITCH
sewing Machines
Are TWA LittirT for Tamlly and Kaariesetulls4
papaws. Call sad 800 111 , 1= at•
Jro. 18 /PIM Street.
DON'T BE DECLIVED BY
Ylourlstangbalf column adwrtlsements et tat.
rloaralapatints illtuVLll Ita
te. •nd gi n e:LlZ. "'
tau% Judtc..,p 2, ..
isouze , 4
• BYST
UST-
rra. 31.8 wittia. =tweet.
$25. BARTLETT $25.
SEWING MACHINE
•
Beet cheap tdoensed Illsentne In M
r : C o n e tte .. o
Buttes. 4Luents•emaildjzrlncul,e..., jare.
' P I " Ttll t ill b il/IItZE General Agents._ •
614 Chestnut street. Thiladelpltto,_ and am
leantuttt street. Tolodo. Ohio.
GET NONE BUT A
• tatovga & BAKER
Tot • Holiday OWL It to relloble. Dalai and
hereto!, Ms boot. Don% MS* af sod see list
80. IB nrrit Imams/
S I ES. II Mettt.V AIMIA"
GUM t BIEEB SO. I nun Earn
Benne baythoteliewbers. It la the but for 'ball
ital c
.m. Par
upemeS NO. to TITTI3 STILE
Tar. GILOVEIt & DAUM'
SEWING MACHINE
/a %Ike Mises Thule of I(ealualsza. new
aaaez , aaa.uu
le nrra irsicrr
Xs+4=oR
OMNIBUS AND LIVERY STABLE
Mo. 410 rents Urea.
DAU & PITCAIRN, Peoprielora.
thanteases amMearrtages tun/beg for .1
trans. - *lse, Carnage. for Ponenla. Wedgies/
and Yanks, silent uotlce sad reasonable taws.
Stable Open Day and sight
teetomtu.s
TILE BOOS THAT PLEASES EVERYBODY.
wont,' OF TUI WAR.
Sena tor • etrtat•r.
IMERT d HOWEV.
Ai Fifth sue.l.l.lttsbarxb.
lEEE
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WANTED, -
• MASA ESSATIDZEDDZ.
Oa SALARY Ott COBLISLIMOS. Good ledge'
m oor, preferred. Ref...ores regotred.
Apply la person or by lotto.
.r.tf cuuwi.
Mamond Ft., smaller Conn Howse.
ratoi:a ST
DV.& E .-500 clerks, and
aryl others nom out of omplovosoat La
4.17uu that
formats aro mule us selling tights and %betels,
„ a , or . is mi. only tiLl 0 or the kind thst has
rest merit. Sac , " Is the sumdsrd. Como sat
ono tells/ agents ate maistrig. •
, ].C. TILTON,
ti O. 10ls St. Clay !Met.
AGENTS WASTED, •
- ricrrnr - ',GLEE FI=AVE.
t inraT tell tt~ll~yn
STo boll by subacriptbm unit: Aul•ets
baratately, J. O. KESS ItlrY CO,
rah
A GENT.-1.00 WANTED.-
4,-.- MALE AND I,EYALT.--Tbe best ehanDi
et. A work of Illocurlea.l value aqa.d National
V:r‘netl..Tr.,,g.4, nir,artO'UctZe.tron.".i.elw'r
tresdf—VAltatutiuT A.NU OUT. a.AITA. Cox.
if a NDEI3.I. Ily lion. J. T. liead. once
haud.ouue volusae, Wastes:ed. bond Si
for tuna and aeoltot7. AdA LCOdress.
A. 10. TS $ CO.,
tonl7ll
REMOVALS
DR. TR. H. ELLIOTT
HAS REIVIOTED lIIS OFFICE
and residence to NO. 1511 808 NEON STEW,
dooft we of TeJsral, AlLeitheaT
r,a,er
REMOVAL.
ROBERT ROBB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
lIAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
Xo. 1,49 Fourth Street.
WILLIAM F. ROBB,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
LEAS REMOVED MS OFFICE
EBIOVAL.
GEORGE M. PETTY,
REAL ESTATE. AG INT AN V BIZON.EG, hae re
moved ble &See to No. GO Bmltb Geld EA. mll3O
REmovAi.
ROBINSON. REA &
ILtoe removed their oats to Ho. 12. OUltliZa
OF TIMOT O.NDOMITH7I.Z.LD IMBIZTS.
r0te:7,63
R -
EMIOVAL.--3. 9. NEWIEIYER &
reedmeoW Item/ant* owl
Flou and. Ursin. have zesnoTed to
• -
211 1111ESTT STREIT.
Where they •rill be ➢leased to eee the friends
and etastowers.
CARPETS, orL CLOTHS, &o
HAVEEIVIOVED.
I NCA.IIUI BROTHERS,
No. 51 Fifth Street,
♦ mew Item of all new and duLreble patterns•
111EDALLIO11f VELVETS,
Velvets, Brussels,
MAPESTRF BRUSSELS,
A large and choice assortment of
Piano and Table Covers,
OCRI7I VMS, USW ECM
. 153 lit S..
13/misseas,
THREE PLY AND TWO PLY
Ingrains,
•nd every variety of law priced•Cnryettng.
BicCAL.LUDI BROTHERS,
gi 314.ft33. lettravot.
AELPETS.
OLIVER
X'CLINTOCK
& COMPANY,
HAVE JIIST OPMIED
For the Spripg Trade,
Tbelr Splesdld itgotiment of
NEW CARPETS,
Olt Cloths, Shades, &C.
Attention L. called to oar flue vtost of
11310110.0 TABU AEI PIESO COYIES
Great Dee Litwin Prices.
213 33.7.3PW1M, IBMIELTEErr.
1m0Zz..13
Just' Operdiag.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
HO. 2,1 PISTIL MEET,
E ECOND rLoon.
•
Fa are now. .epaslng our NIS= STOCK Or
DS, embinCing STC.7ItIIDE In the CAISP/CT
LINZ, from the hest Swope= and &merman
manufactures to the COntinonest Llama Carpet.
Una - L Nu
OIL CLOTTIN.
nArrirmag.
• • WINDOW !MADER,
BEIM. EU
ISTAIZIODS;
- •
11.41,31,,,..nvg14.15c0.rtakeat * at PLANO and
BOVARD. ROSE & CO.,
Al TUTS BT.BALT. lotaaaa*lla..)
=I
• _
FEBRUARY, AWE
WE OPEN TODAY,
mono* stoall. of
C.:J.A. WI. E E r OE;
Co=ping the 13'21E40 tans. made Is
Ingrain. Three Plu and Eng
nab Tapestry Brassylty
welch we sow Wier ►t
WHOLESALE AND BETAIE,
At the lowest Flees dues Use war. •
MoTABLAND • & COLLINS,
Nos.ll and' 3 Fifth Street.
Second Moor, over Henry tuners Ifoot liter.
teit:Tvrinst..orT
TOBACC.AIII3, Bter.
JOHN MEGRAW,-
111IIstactarer of ltiakittre. Vat' Mall .
Tobacco, Snuff and Cita - re,
err...goer= ferrsairxr.
ximsnLbseerhani Mold= Illesseezlls.,
,
Tobacco r always oo Mad, fi
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