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elivered on the subject; "HoW should the
:ducation of Youth be Conducted so as to
..ccomplish its Object?" we noticed some
f the eager aspirants for official honors
loving up, down aid across the aisles and
• mong the audience, soliciting votes and
,rging their' claims, while disparaging
aoso of the opposition, thus disturbing
il m their vicinity. This was a
Feat insult, not = only to the Bever
. and gentleman delivering the lecture,
'tit also to the audience. The afternoon
ssion, from the opening till the close of
e ballot, presented a scene that out 13a
eled-Babel. One of the candidates took
pe rostrum and, explained his position.
Vhen he got through, one of the opposition
- iok his place. At this moment the Presi
ent called for order, and requested the
aember to defer his remarks till the prep.
rations for balloting could be completed.
lie member replied that the opposition
kid spoken, and he, too, would have his say.
nother member took the stand, but was
liable to make himself heard, his voice be
hg completely drowned by the stamping
lithe opposition. What he failed in say
_ kig, however, he made up in gftticulation—
nd such gesticulation ! ? Well might the
• ild lath' poet sing "facilist est desoensus
iverni." 'We regret to say that some of
ecss an n d fus q lo uali n,
d g l i a n d g ie f s joinedr
v and al.
e music they produced by "heel and
pe" we feel warranted in believing that
he "blue stockings" worn by these fair lit-
Iraii were at least number nine. While the
*noting was going on, some of the aindi
late.s were moving about through the con
tusion, circulating tickets and soliciting
rtes. When rival candidates met, a scene
- vulgar :passion generally ensued--
,barges of unfairness and recriminations
Vero bandied to and fro. What one candi
hite said of another was reported as soon
is possible to the one of whom it was said.
this was most humiliating and disgraceful.
the old apothegm, "esse quam viderl," 'ap
gears to have, been reversed by these edu
rated (7) gentlemen. A duel was loudly
talked of : by two of the honorable Op hers. If such disgraceful conduct be the
. .egitimate fruit of education, then let us
'?:sill. down onejtchool houses and abolish
sir system of public instruction. But are
hem men educated? We confidently as
sert they are not, and for proof of our as
sertion we cite their conduct at the insti
;ute. • We have been informed that some
• g• these gentlemen have received a theolog
cal training—God save the mark—Dori-
zus robiscum sit, gentlemen! True educe- '
lon gives power to the mind and also
maches our duty to ourselves and to others.
'N. welleducated man will never lay aside
uis manhood and descend to the vulgar
evel of the braggadocio. That education
which does not show its - influence in every
lay life•-:-in all our transactions with our
- :ellow men, both public and private—and
.n particular that education which does not
make itself apparent in the presence of cul
ivated, and refined women, is of little value
' • We hope that when our yearly meeting
. wain comes round, these gentlemen will
tither have left the - profession which they ,
:nave disgraced, or better still, will have
3ultivated their minds and hearts to such
• , an extent as will enable them to conduct
: diemselves decently in respectable society.
if they do nol do one of these two things,
': ,we hope the."powers that be" will cancel
,;:heir certificates and thus rid the proles
• , ion of the deinagegues.
. 1 1 A HUSTICICOS PRECEPTOR.
—The lowa, Illinois and Indiana Divis
:.;. ions of the American Centralßailroad have
4.,.oeen l consolidated. The new organization
is styled the American Central. Railway.
it extends from Fort Wayne-five hundred
.and eighty-five miles west to Omaha,
.shortening the route from New York 'l4O
Miles, and making one of tha greatest rail
' ways in the country. Judge Thompson, of
111linois; will be President.
-; —A man named C. Smith swindled a
•large number of poor people in Brooklyn
,by promising them situations, and taking
P. 2,50 in advance from each. On Saturday,
}when they were all to have gone to, work,
• either Smith nor his mannfartory could be
IS THE GREATEST DF ALL BLESSINGS,
'lAnd to preserve It is the privilege and duty of all.
I - ". DR. SARGENT'S
ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND LIVER PILLS •
• re the great severeign, speedy and sure cure Of the
. age, for Dyspepsia, either in its mildest 'or worst
ttages, and hundreds who have ioeg suffered under
he inflictions of this most annoying and dangerous
tsesse, have by the - use of - this invaluable medicine
1 en restored to health and the enjoyment of life.
Is-your Liver hi a torpid condition of inaction,
Athereby deranging the whole system?
SATIGENT7S LIVER PILLS
Will speedily remove the secretions and restore it
to a healthy state. •
Are you troubled with loss of 'appetite, foul atom
, ach, eructations of wind, sick huadache and general
derangement of the digestive organs I
DR. SARGENT'S LIVER PILLS
Are a sure, safe and permanent remedy, and by their
mild bat certain action will cleanse, renoyate and
reinvigorate the system:
DR. SARGENT'S LIVER PILLS stand high as
one of the standard medicines of the age. For the
cure of all diseases arising front a disordered state of
the liver, as can be attested by the certificates of
large numbers of our citizens who have been bene
fited and cured by their use.
These Pills can be obtained. either PLsin or Sugar
Coated. froni all Druggists in the country: -
Nothing that has ever been known or beard of a
tonic adds so much to the resistant power of the .
human system. under circumstances unfavorable to
health, as HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
If you would escape the intermittent fevers, tits-of
indigestion. bilious attacks and bowel complaints,
of which cold and' damp are the frequent causes,
use the BITTERS as a PROTECTIVE MEDICINE.
Thir is the wisest course,' but if already' an invalid..
try the preparation as a RESTORATIVE. In either
Case full reliance may be placed upon' Its efficacy.
There is no mystery about the causes °fits suc
cess. It Is the only stomachic and alterative in
which are combined the grand requisites - of a mild,
pure and unvitiated vegetable stimulant, with the
Arrest selection of tonic, anti-bilious, anti-scorbutic,
aperient and depurative herbs, plants, roots and
barks that have ever been intermixed in a medicinal
The Bitters have this distinctive quality' which is
not shared, it Is believed, by any tonic. tincture or
extract in the world. It does nut excite the pulse,
though it infuses a wonderful degree of vigor Into
the nervous system, arfd .trengthens and sustains
the whole physical organisation.
California and Australia have emphatically en
dorsed It as the MINER'S MEDICINE Tar excel
lence. and in Spanish America and all the tropical
climate, it is considered the only reliable 'antidote
to epidemic fevers.
The already_ immense 'and still Increasing 'cony
gumption of HOSTETTEIVB STOMACH BITTERS,
backed by many of the most influential physicians
throughout the country, should convince the most
skeptical that it is worthy the confidence and apprit
bation of all.
'ANOTHER CURE OF DEAFNESS.
I lost my hearing during the last year. . part o r
the time I was totally deaf. In April of this year
was Induced, from an advertisement; to make a p.
plication to Dn. Hyrum?., 120 Wenn street, Pitts.
burgh. After having tried various medicines front ,
doctors. without any benetit, I have been tinder Dr.
Heyser , s treatment now forjaearly two months, and
am entirely restored to 'my. hearing, so that I can
hear a pin drop. f . JOHN SCANLAN.
Coal innifs.4ashingtOn Co., Ps.
A man called to-day at .Drin Heiser's office to In
form him of a great cure made tv his LUNG Curt; or
''PtrzatoirAity RESTOIIATIVE. list these cures
are made with the Doctor's preparations, he desires
it to be distinctly understood that most of his great -
cures are made in accordance with' the established
laws that govern the'sciencaof mcdiulie, In which
he haa been engaged ri i , e,t,b# elree!)::•Sve tears;
:I . 4at week he was els o reei'lPPrr: a letter. from *
clergyman in the Ettat,of Ohlei 4 ,tan!?ii - imother .
most wonderful oure.'
DR. KEYSER'S RESIDENT `CO - liliUvribra OP
. TIDE KORLIINGI EA ATION4 01P
)icErr or CHRONICDISEAKES,'Ne' , : OI9 4 I F i I I I
STREET, PROM :9 A.H. UNTIL 3P. N. • •
*N. - BINGHA - if, Jr., Adana .Express Offlite,
54 Fifth Street, ie an authorized Agent to receive
Advertisements for the GAZETTE, and all other
papers throughout the United States and Canada,.
1121rLECTURE.—REV. Will. J.
REID will deliver a Lecture In the FIRST
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Seventh
street, on MONDAY EVENING, April 13th, at
.o'cloek. Subject—At:tams AND GrimBLETS.
Tickets 50 cents. Can be obtained at the stores of
J. R. Reed dr. Co..lFlrth street; I)unseath & Hazlett,
Fifth street, and Mvs. Sprott, Federal strezt ,;:i: A ol ll 4 e
gheny City. -
Car BURNELL'S •
• - - -
Comprising WORKS OF ART and GREAT NAT
URAL- LIVING CURIOSITIES,
- AT FRANKLIN HALL,
Fifth street, opposite Pittsburgh Theatre.
Cards of Admission, 25 cents. Doors open from
8 o'clock A. M. to /0 Y. N. apSioln ,
EN7rEIi,'PAIN - 3MNP
AtOßill AVE. M. E. CHURCH,
Thursday Evening, 'April 9, 1868.
A STEREOSCOPTICON ENTERTAINMENT or
Exhibition of "Dissolving Views," Illustrative of
Scenes in Bible History, Pathotie and Humorous
Scenes, arc., &c. with an explanatory Lecture, will
begiven in the NORTH AVENUE M. E. SUNDAY
SCHOOL, corner Beaver street and North Avenue,
Allegheny, for the Benefit of the Sunday School or
the (Murcia, on
THURSDAY EVENIN9, APRIL 9, 2.868...
To be had at 3teCLINTON & HOAG'S, Mrs.
SPRA.TVS and JAS. M. CAItR'S, Federal street,
and at the door.
FIRST GRAND OPENING OF
At 123 OHIO STREET, (corner of West.) Alle
gheny-City, commencing THURSDAY, April oth.
4'he subscriber would take' this method of inform
ing her customers and the public in general that she
will have on exhibition a large and well selected
stock of fashionable goods at very low prices.
Trimmed Bonnets, in latest style, from $3 upward,
Trimmed Hits, in latest style, from 75c. upward.
Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets from 50c. upward.
air Call and examine for yourself. lill
123 MRS. S. C. R 01313 123.
1 1 1 1 DIVIDENDS,
9 WORTH $17,153 00,
Consistincr of GREENBACKS, BONDS, GOLD
COIN, DIAMONDS, &c., &c., to be awarded to the
THE 31IITUAL BENEFIT SALE. .
Success unprecedented. Prices low. Sales im
mense. Everybody buys. .
Salesmen wanted, male and female, every
where. Premium of $2OO 00 to tne most success
sale.sman. No license required. Send for sched
ule and circulars. - IL. C. MOORE & CO..
, No. 80 Fourth St.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
P. O. Box 713. apihnloo
Tremendous Sacrifice in Looking Glasses.
Preparatoic toinoving, I offer me elegant stork of
fine GILT, PIER and' MANTLE 'GLASSES, POR
TRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES: also, intseAlane
ous styles of BEDROOM GLASSES, all of 'widen.
must be sold by theist ofJune,
Regardless of Cost.
Those who are in want of flue Parlor Glasses and a
first-class article of line gilt work, will do well to
give me a call.
STEW DRESS GOODS. •
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
Offer some CHOICE STYLES of
tT VERY LOW PRICES
IN TWO WEEKS! '
BROWN & CO.,
110 Washington St, Boston,
Hive just jputiftahed a FOURTH EDITION of
THE SPIRIT OF SEVENTY-SIX,
THE COMING WOMAN.
A PROPHETIC DRAMA
Cloth, $l.OO. Paper, 75 cents. Fine paper
tinted, $1.75. • •
4~ : : i rya:}a +1::
SR.'S ent by mail on renelpt of price
"The play hinges upop the absurdities of a female
Assessor, a female Judge of the Supreme Court, and
a female politician, and the ludicrous aspects of a
state of society in which women make proposals of
marriage to men, and every bachelor Is exposed to
two hundred thousand offers. more or less. These
Ideas are tarried ont . with great humor. The play_
has caused a marked sensation- In Boston,
has been acted by some of the elite for the benefit of
the Cretans."N. /ration.
"The Spirit of •"743—not 1776, but 11378-19 the
name of a spirited parlor drama which has given
lively pleasure to select social circles in Boston. It
gives a somewhat extravagant. and therefore amus
ingly, emphatib picture of what might be the condi
tion of society and the facts of daily life, if the ex
treme aspirations of the Woman's Bights party were
practically fulfilled. Very witty is the dialogue,
very comic are the situations. very incongruous the
relative positions."—N. Y. Evening Pott."•
"A delicious morceatr, made a capital 'success by
the delicate humor, the many sharp hits and the
amusing situations which It Introiiuces.P--Bostan
ALSO, RECENTLY PUBLISHED,
THE STORY, OF NY CHILDHOOD.
Translated from the Trendier 3XIrF. J, MICHE
LET, by MART FRAZIER . CURTIS. • -
ERCEVAL BECKETI', -
-• Mato of P. F. W. &C. Hallway.) ' • • -
' °tee; N. TB FEDERAL STREET Boom No. 2,
upstatrs. P. 0. Box filD, ALLEGHENY CITY.
sIACHINERY, of.all descriptions,desifined.
BLAST FURNACE and ROLLING MILL. DRAW
INGS furnished. PartiOular attention paid to de
slatting COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES, Patents con
fidentially solicited., air An EVENING DRAW
ING CLASS for mechanics every. WEDNESDAY,
GILBERT FOLLADISI3IOI3 •
nu this day withdrawn lit= the firm of WILLIAM
SCHNE,HTZ & CO,
• * - L - WM. E, serrmEnyz,
' ' ' • -T, d.„.HAMMILILEIt,
Pittsburh, Aprli a; . .
.1" r-- --
'WEBS, lee:Dealer •
c o l ors t e a bue orstlionn:Streetnringe loft ets...
: oar , prom pt "mention. Wagons running in Pitts
trozglt and•Allethen7. apT:o3
''•• • .
. , . • • _ -
PITTSBURGII 4A2ETT_E : • WEWf)ESDAY; 1 A.P1143. ? 8. 1868,
NEW • ADVER
TXTANTED--A .GOOD 'GERMAN
v v .GARDNER.• A sober, industrious married
man, with a small family, to take charge of and live
on a garden farm within nineteen miles of the city.
There Is a good brick house of six rooms, kitchen,
hall and cellar, for the gardener to occupy, and to
whom liberal wages will be paid, forone that is com
petent and trustworthy. For particulars inquire of
G.-H. TOWER, Real Estate Agent„
No. 164 Fourth St., Pittsburgh.
At Mansfield. on SATURDAY, April 11th,
1205, a new TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE, con
taining five rooms and good cellar: a well of good
water and all necessary outbuildings. Persons
wishing a country residence have a good 'chance.
Only live minutes' walk to the. Station on the Pan
handle Rallrowl. Sale to commence at 2P. st.
apBml4 .MATT. HARBISON, Anctioncer._
sons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM DA-
S, deceased, late of the City of - Allegheny, (for
merly of East 'Birmingham,) are requested to make
Immediate payMent, and those having claims against
said estate will present Dim,- properly authentica ,
ted for settlement, to . .
TILOS. VARNER, Executor.-
nil 4th, 1568. • apB:n92-w
Baldwin Tit., A
AA RARE OPPORTUNITY is now
offered to persons in search 9f a good building
Ot low price and on easy terms of payment.
$lO will secure a lot; the purchaser can build at
once and cease to pay -rent, and pay for the lot In
.monthly Installments scarcely exceeding his present
rent; These lots are In a desirable location. sur
rounded by Improved property, easy of access by
-omnibus and ferry. Prices from 89100 to 5450.
.. .. .. S. CUTHBERT & 80E8,
apS Real Estate Agents, 85 Smithfield St.
ENN STREET. PROPERTY
310ND.A.Y. April 13, at 231.: o'clock. r. °tithe
premlses, will be sold that very desirable and valua
ble THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE.
No. 94 Penn street, of eleven rooms, with all mod
ern improvements Incident to a first class with.
The Lot - ..has a front of 24 feet op Penn street, ex
tending: back in depth 112 feet tb a 20 feet alley.
Brick Stable on rear of lot.
The location of this prtiperty should command the
attention of business men desiring a special com
fortable residence. .
ON TROY HILL,
TUESDAY, April 14th. nt 2 o'clock' P. 2s.,'on
the nmmlsce. will be sold by auction, a nest and
comtortable FRAME HOUSE of four rooms. with
two good cellars: Lot 68 feet front by SOU feet in
depth. Good cistern. pump, coal house, bake-oven.
wood house nnd cow stable. Choice fruit trees and
small fruits in abundance on lot.
Also, several LOTS, ranging In front from 20 to
341 feet by 200 feet In depth. This property Is sit
uated on - Washington street, bounded by Gardner,
Chemins and Downing streets, and Is very• desirable,
being convenient to the street ears, and having the
advantage of good board walks.
SMITHSON, VANHOOK S MN)LELLAND,
I'ARll_, • GARDEN PLOTS AND
COUNTRY SITES, AT AUCTION.—There will
be sold on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. April
15th, *B6B, at 1O o'clock, the valuable homestead
farm of Mr. Wm. 'Lynch, adjoining Haysville Sta
Hon, on the I'., Ft. W. Sr, C. By., eleven miles below
the city. The entire-farm contains ninety-three
acres, is ingood state of cultivation, Is beautifully
situated. fronting the Ohio river, the Beaver road,
and.the Township road. There are Orchards VMes.
Small Fruits, Shrubbery, and a never failing Spring
of pure Water. On the place is an7excellent Brick
Dwelling House, containing six rooms, attic and
cellar complete, all in first. rate condition; also geed
stables, barns. out-houses, tenant' house, &e.
The whole premises are in capital, orker, and are
worthy the special attention of all in quest of a beau
tiful and convenient home, combining the advanta
ges of the country with easy accessto the city. Nine
trains daft y to and from the city. 'Special attention
is invited to this highly attractive Sale, which takes
place on account of the advanced age of the owner.
Title indisputable. City purchasers will take the
8:45 train from Allegheny. Dinner will be served
on the premises. be sold in one lot, or divided
as may be desired by purchasers. There are a num
ber of veryline sites for building. • Don't tail to at
WITH LATEST 1311!ROVE3&EZ4'TS,
At the New and Elegant Sales Rooms
51 FIFTH STREET.
Also, NEEDLES, iATTACHMENTS, MACHINE
SILKS and COTTONS, THREAD, MACHINE OIL,
&c. The citizens of Pittsburgh are respect
fully invited to call.
Applications fbr Agencies solicited. Circulars or
Dimples by mall on application. Correspondence to
be addressed to
- riF , •
GROVER & BAKER S. ILCO.,
51 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH.
J. e& H. PHILLIPS.
1868. 8 PRING G"DslB6B.
or own and other
FLOOR OIL OLOTHS,
- CARRIAGE, FURNITURE, TABLE AND
WINDOW SHADE — OIL' 'CLOTHS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Also, a full line of
Transparent llindOw Shades,
• , Hallands, Shade Fixtures,
. Tassels, Cords,' de., dry.
lIVOLESALE AND RETAIL BUYERS will find
DE . Viltittl S AKTE l l F ,Sgrilet i l, E i l itignu=
and styles second to none. '
J. & H. PHILLIPS,
: ap3;nBB 20 AND SS ST. CLAIR ST.
TILE 'BEST FITTING} DRAWERS
. - IN THE AVORLF) THE
Patent Pantaloon Drawers.
. The iteuulne bear our tract • mark,
PIBK, LCLARK , Br.. FLAGGi
yateuteeg and Mannfactarein; •
tiS White St;ilNew Yorhi
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
COUPONS AND COMPOUND INTEREST. NOTES.
I. F. STARK it 00., :Bankers,
Corner •of Wood and Third Streets.
; AN lAO bblr. standard quallty, on hand. Free
Oil.taprimeabipping order, ^ • '
110 pbilt. stanaird 47 1 11ItY; bond. laltrime
' -111 / tilgOrderr , ..
47 bbts. • gill ii•chtt SO:
deerfr abria. •
ar. •c, t 5
Benzlne-denderiled.- - •
• ‘Ofku trak il tP rtha laclAlNlNlcaif.
• 0; • • - NO: 3 - aquesne - way.`
OK & McCLELLAND
A. LEI': t; ATE. Auctioneer,
159 Federal street. Allegheny
GROVER dc BAKER'S
OF THE COMPANY,
OF THE -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF.IANTSBURGII:
Limns and Discounts
United States Bonds'
Due from Banks and Bankers... , .. : 4118 7 68
Specie and Legal Tender Notes. :. 334,027 913
National Currency 673 98
Cash Items and Remittances .... .... 10,604 91
Real Estate • 37,000 00
Expense / 15,559-33
1ME M699,575 50
Capital Stock -
Duo Banks and Bankers. 165,
Due Treasurer of U. S.. 107.,i
Contingent Fund and Profits.. I
I hereby certify that the fo g '
street from the Quarterly Re
of the Currency.
ap7-o4 . J. D.
nIIARTERLY U T
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Notes and Bills Discounted $1.,156.878 79
United States Securities . 515'500 00
Specie 1,547 87
Legal Tender Notes 248,000 00
National Band Notes - 3,802 00
:Fractional currency and Cents - ' 1,421 41
Remittances and other cash items... 4.404 46
Due from National Banks 125,1335 13
Due from other Batiks and Bankers'' 6,208 43
Taxes and Expenses ' 15,664 08
Real Estate 32,761 61
Due National Banks
Due other Banks and Bankers
I certify that the above Is a true abstract from the
Quarterly Report made to the. Comptroller of the
Q UARTERLY REPORT
ALLEGHENY NATIONAL BANK.
Notes and Bills Discounted e 569,676 85
Bonds and Mortgages 58,625 00
United States Bonds deposited to
secure Circulation • 500,000 00
Specie and other lawful money 1 56
eirtulatlng Notes of other National
Circulating Notes or other State
Cash Items, Clearing House Checks . 48,6321 41
Due by Banks and Bankers 78,130 93
Real Estate 69:54516
Capital Stock -
Individual Deposits 386,367 18
Dividends unpaid 1,717 50
Surplus Fund and Earnings 168,089 72
Due by Banks and Bankers 9,232 45
i 3.1.516.511 85
I certify that tlic above is a tree Lbstract of the
report made to the Comptroller of the Currency.
ap7:oS • W. 31eCANDLESS. As't. Cashier.
Q U.4.RTERLY REPORT
PEOPLES' NITION.AL BANK OF PITTSBERGIL
Notes and Bills Discounted $ 808,703 31
U. S. Secuilties, at cost 923.968 81
Rcal Estate, Furniture, Ac 70,314 48
Legal Tender Notes, Checks; dm.— 239,179 84
Three _per cent. Certificates ' 15,000 00
Due by Banks and Rankers ' 134.715 13
Expenses and Taxes - . 9,330 OS
—7 , --
Capital Stock &1,000,000 00
Circulation BOO,OOO 00
Due Depositors 348,1721 78
Due to Banks and Bankers 15 014 89
Slurping Fund and Profits 57;088 98
Dividends ußaid, 995 00
I certify that the above It a correct abatzact, from
the report to the Comptroller of the Currency.
-10 OF THE
Mechanics National Bank of Pittsburgh.
APRIL 6,186 S.
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Securities
flue iii Banks and Bankers 31,908 95
Legal Tender Notes 131,723 00
National Currency and Cash Items. 6,786 85
Taxes and Expenses 8,846 45
Capital Stock e $ 500,000 00
Contingent Fund and Earnings 2190,123 97
National Circulation 445,507 00
_ 19,691 00
Due Banks and Blinkers
I certify the above is a true abstract from the re
port made to the Comptroller of the Currency.
ap7ml3 JNO. 41;31AATIS.. Cashier.
EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK.
Notes and Bills Discounted $1,055,346 30'
U. 8. Bonds deposited to se
cure Circulation $940,000
11. B, Bonds, deposited to se-
cure Denosits 150,003-1,000,000 00
Specie and other lawful monez 186,730 00
.National Currency ♦
Cashltems 15,428 80— 17,665 80
Due by Banks 191,808 76
Real Estate 56,500 00
Taxes and Expenses ' • 17,274 16
Capital Stock 01,700,000 00
National Circulation $BOO,OOO CO •
State Circulation 40,399 00,- 840,3f0 go
Individual De po sits .-- =ASO • • • -
Putted Statea Deposits—. 1(0,046 Si— 455 225 34
Duo to Banks 31,813 51
Earnings 488,158 17
certify that the above is a trite: :absbathi of WO ,
statement made to the Comptroller of Currency.
ap7:n9B-diT IL K. MURRAY. Cashier.
ABSTRACT i'ROlit THE
QUARTERLY REPORT,OF THE
THIRD NATIONAL BABE- OY -PITTSBURGH,
To the Comptroller of the Currency, on the moruing
of the FOWL' 31.0NDAY OF. APRIL, .18611,: , • • •
Losing and Discounts - •- $ 665145136.99
IL El. Bonds ' , 5011,000110
Beal Estate and Fixtures 48,110'07
Expenses . and Taxes •12,488 38
Duo by Banks ....... ...••. . • .. _..147,140 511
Cash Items, Checks on iliniiC;;a7nd . - • -
Revenue Stamps _ . , .
' - 411,744 84
Leg Tender notes I Coln-201.98 8 au - •
National Band Notes and
Capital - St o ck
. •-• • . 6 50200 0 oo
Surplus Food 8 ,88* 87
Osculation • 358,740 00
'Dividends Unpaid t . . .. • , UK) 00
'Earl:lll%r" ' • ' - ' ' 23,503 5*
'Due to ka and' Bankers 85,700 08
DUIS - 1:0 Depolltore 512,13031
Duo to United, Staten ~,K. 0 40 F a ~ 7 546,210 88
r : -:-. .: " ;5::214?:.-1 . 67V,'1;9711-1•:301N1:i171:08:0Nasht;r1:tp;:04
..6 500,000 00
; 8 48
84 C-,579,846 23
going Is a trim al.)
to the Comptroller
n, Anril 6, MS
$ 800000 00
446, , 500 00
3,655 31 8
J. E. BEADY
PITTRI3I7BGII, April 6,• 196
$ 300,000 00
Arm. 6th, 1868
F. M. GORDON, Cashier
- 578,473 54.
PITTSBURGH, April 6, 1868
'8,40570- X 10,39225
Q UABTEULY STATEMENT
TRADESMEN'S NATIONAL BANK.
Pirriincricir, April 6, 1866
Loans and Discounts . 496,204 93
U. S. Bonds to secure tArculation.. 400,000 00
U. S. Bonds on hand 19,300 00
1 ,63 . 6 61.
Furniture and Fixtures
Expenses 5, ,___ --
Legal Tender, Bank, Notes, Cash
Itiltems, Ice 93,393 2
Spdele 13,954 33
line from Banks and Bankers 119,215.91
$ 400,000 . 00
. 89.805 377,33 . 2 84
Due Banks and Bankers
Surplus Fund and Fronts
The above statement is correct, to the best of my
knowledge and belief'.
ap7:012 . CYRUS CLARKE, Jr., Cashier.
Q UARTERLY STATEMENT
0 g 7 ELE
Merchants' and Manufacturers' Rational
Prrrssmitir; April 6th, 1665
Capital gtock - . . $ 800000 00
M. & M.. Batik StateCtreulation 27;28100
M. &M. National Bank Circulation.- 635,589 00
Due Depositors ' ' ' ' ..353,629 02
Due other Banks - 58,995 22
Dividends Unpaid ' 9,863 00
Profits and Earnings 218,315 92
Notes 'and Bills Discounted ' * ' 820,805 28
Banking House . 28,338 45
Taxes' and Expenses 11,100 19
Specie and Legal Tender
Notes, fall ,057 081 ' 271,030 08
National Currency , 43.873 03
Due by other Banks ' • 151,709 18
11. S. G overnment Securities - 800,000 00
The above Is a correct abstract from Quarterly.lte
ap7:ol . SCOTT, JR* Cashier, •
- UNION NATIONAL BANN.
PITTSBURGH, April 6, 1968
U.S. 7-30 , s 266:i1515 00
Rem Mantes and Revenue Stamps... , 1,96 8
Real Estate _ 7,093
Expenses,•Taxes, !cc iS,YI39 11
Due by Banks and Bankers ' - 66,484 51
National Currency, Checks, Sc 83,613 89
Legal Tender, Specie, and United
States Certificates 181.186 78
Capital Stock $ 250,000 00
Surplus Fund and Profits 89,085 56
Circulation 218,000 00
Dividends Unpaid 745 00
Due Banks and Bankers... ne..5.i1 80 •
Due Individual Depositors 611.%0
. 12 . 710,5 3 4 09
I certify that the above statement Is correct
WESTERN INSURANCE CO.,
' OF BUFFALO, N. Y.
STATF.3IENT OF ITS CONDITION on the Ist
day of ianuary, 1868: .
Cash Capital $300,000 00
Net Surplus 253,251 77
INVESTED. AS FOLLOWS
Cash on hand and in Bank ' ;110,045 82
U. S. St N. Y. State Bonds, M'kt value 306,812150
Bonds and Mortgages, first liens,).... 84,300 00
Bills Receivable, 'prem. notes not„due 15,420 83
Call Loans secured by Collaterals 52,400 00
Personal Property, ()Mee Furniture
and wrecking material 8,107 99
Due from other sources 7,933 55
Due from other Companies 290 53
Interest accrued but not due - ' 3,300 00
Liabilities 41,289 55
Total Net Assets
BuFrALO, Sanuary 7th, 133,
SWEARINGEN & MeCANDLESS, Agents,
aD3:nS3 114 FOURTH STREET.
_GARDEN AND FLOWEICSEEDS.
Iz4naIWIS;II.I;A WI ; I ID 4;A s'':):
Dealers, Gardeners. and Private Families
Dili find their requirements fully met
Our large stOck, complete assortment. and the ac
knowledged rellabllity of our stuff, leads us to on••
h:featly xuarantee satisfaction to our customers.
Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest mar
GARDEN AND FLOWERIISEEDS
FIELD AND LAWN SEEDS
GOODRICH. HARISON, BUCKEYE, WHITE
SPROUTS and CUZCO.
FLOWERING PLANTS AND BULBS.
AGRICULTuItAt AND HORTICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS AND , TOOLS.
ALL BOOKS relating to the FARM, GARDEN
or GREEN ROUSE at publishers' printed prices.
Our New Descriptive'SeedCatalogue
Gives full descriptions of NEC__, RARE and MOST
DESIRABLE varieties of ITEGETABLES AND
FLOWERS, PLAIN, SIMPLE and PULL instructions
for sowing, planting and after managenaent7 , prices
in packages or by weight, by mail or otherwise, and
much other valuable : lnformation. Sent to all ap
plicants enclosing 10 cents.
ri Seellnimi and - Florist,
187 LIBERTY ST., rrnsntiivar.
11611-Depot of "KNOX;S FRUIT FARM and NUR
SERIES. , ml33o:nB4:d&T
87 . MARKET STREET.
SPRING- OPENING !
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS '
(Successor to J. M, Burchfield £ Co.)
- SPRING DRY GOODS;
SPRING DRY GOODS.
SPRING DRY GOODS.
'+_ PHILLIPS respectfully announces that, the
elitensive alterations to his • • -
. . -
RETAIi • DRY . GOODS STORE
Are comfileted, an d lite" establishment NOW
OPEN. e offers an entirely • - ^
-Stock of Dry Goods,
.zwnigddummer Wear at the lowest East
DRY LUMBER... - - • '
-• • •
• s Ie . AND 184*(0K B.IIIIINGPLP4
Shaved and Sawed—extra Oallty: -`
DRY FLOC/RING BOARGS,
And ill kinds ei LUMBER, at '
Bnsperusion Bridge, 4%nel:he/Ire
akiInWELT MESIONAVRAINGE y: of
.d.ttrii quality , in prime order. just reaeleedi
a Le m ons, for sale et the Nally Grocer,*
• - JNO. A. Evonwe.
To . THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
KEYSTONE .BANG._ .• •Y .
It having been decided to linmediateir inerca
the Capital Stock of this Bank tooloo,ooo t nott
is hereby given to the present Stockholders that t
Subscription Books are now open...and will rema
open until the 10th day of April proximo, for su
seriptions to the amount of $65,000.
Alter April 10th the llook.s wtll .be upened tp,
public for the balance of stock not taken at that dal.
. 1) : 0-- ilik
Pittsburgh, March atst, 1;9,T.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Pittsburg
Bate Pittsburgh Trust Company.) -
The Directors of this ( lank have this day decl
a Dividend of THREE PER CENT. on the Capit I
Stock, out of the 'profits of the last three manthit,
layable forthwith, free of State and Erovcrnmopt
Tax. J. D. SCULLY,
. apCing7 Cashlert:
MINING- CO.—The. Annual Meet
ing of the Stockholders of - the Pittsburgh and Yuba
-River Mining Co. will be held at the Rooms of the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne Chicago Railway C0..10n
WEDNESDAY, April 15th, at 2 0!CIOC4 P. WI" •
- JAMES FINLAY, Seeireiarf.. i.
ViTANTED.—AGENTS FOR T HE
OFFICIAL HISTORY. OF Tin 4 twAntitts i
Causes, Character, Conduct- and Results. BYMON: -
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.sections and•parties. .
This great work presents - the only lhi . copplete .
Impartial analysis of the Cadges of tenrir,tet
and gives those inferior lights and Stin 'pre
of the great conflict only known to those high officers
who watched the flood-title of revolution from Os
fountain springs, and which were so accessible '
Mr. Stephens from his positioit as second officer f
he Confederacy. -
The Intense desire every where manifested to b-
tan this work, combined with an increased comm -
sion, makesit the best subscription book ever pri
One Agent in Easton, Pa., reports 72 subscrllM a.
in three days.
Another in Boston reports 103 subscribers in.flifir
days.' fid for circulars and sec our terms, and a full in
scription of tile work, with notices of the Preps, .
NA-rthx,ti ruistisitn - G I
Delatiare Mutual S. Insurance ContiUti
Removed to No. 68,FOMITH STHrittsbuxgh.
JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO. ,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS A
AUCTIONEERS, have removed to
$ 627,577 36
No. In FOURTH STREET.
PITTSBURGH NATIONAL BANK OF COMMEII:
Corner of Wood and Sixth Streets.:
STORE ROOM. and DWELLING. attached`,
Beaver avenue, Allegheny City, (formerly
chester,) just new; building In good location.
For particulars inquire of _ • I
J. RUST &CO.
No. 237 Beaver aferrille
Property near Mansfield for Sa e.
A very desirable piece of land of 16 acres, hue • g
an orchard of about 3 acres and a good frame hearse
of 5 rooms and cellar; a spring of never falling a- '
ter near the house. Located on an elevation ab ut
2 of a mite west of - Mansfield Station, on the -
handle R. It. To be sold as a whole or in lotß, to
suit purchasers, from 2 to 5 acres.
Inquire. of DANIEL SWOGER, - :Real Estate , nd•
Insurance Agent. No. 77 Federal street, Alice; ny
City, on second floor.
A good' frame dwelling of live rooms, large IL,
finished attic and good cellar, with lot 24 by-L29
feet 9 inches, situate No. 60 Adams street, &tett
ward, Allegheny City, which will be sold low an.. on
good terms, as the owner wishes to les.vethe city
Inquire of DANIEL SWOGER, No. 77 Federal - •
sheet, Allegheny City,. on second floor. ,
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.—Two good lots on
Sheffield street; one lot on Adams street; onei t o4 on
Franklin street,• three small lots on Chartierst et,
Allegheny. A lot in East Liberty, being lot N0. i 14. ' .
on Dennison avenue. .A number of lots .on Jacks
Inquire of DANIEL SWOGER, Neo. 77.Fer o lraI .
street, Allegheny City, second floor.
A good Farm of 70 Acres4o of which ar/ ti
voted, and balance In Umber, havlng.lo acre of. _
orchard, emulating of apples, peaches. and pear*: a'
goodd :log house of 6 rooms and cellar; a g.ood log
Farm well watered, having a good Spring- 'l,
near the door; 50 acres underlaid - , with coal.- •Sitn- , ,=. -
me 12 miles northwest of Allegheny City, aid! 4
miles from Sewickley or Glendale Station, on thri P.
F. W. & C. R. It. Terms easy. Inquire at 77 Fed- ,
eral street Allegheny City, second floor.
TTOTS FOR . SALE-=SEVER
BUILDING LOTS on Observatory Bin, Seebnd
rd, - Allegheny City, are offered for sale--cheap.
.The location is a very desirable one, commanding a
tine view of both cities, is easy of access, and t r
is abundan ce rposes. ofApply n Ina.
stone on the ground for bu
pu soon at Ake paint shop .of c
(IOWAN .k. swV,DEit, Allegheny Diamondj_ at
THIS OFFICE, dr on the premises, near ' the Db.
servatory Building. • • , • -,. ' ' mh2s:nal
FOR SALE.—HORSES. — At BMW,.
ARD'S LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, °nano
`AMILY HORSE (Bay); three . DAPPLE GREY
HORSES: ono LARGE DRATIGIIT. HORSE• .I.llree
BLACK MARES; two GREY MARES. FIRST
STREET, near Monongahela House.
Horses bought and sold on commission.. T
'VOA SALE.—A. very desiraile
three-story BRICK HOUSE, nearly new; press
ed brick front, marble mantles; gas and water
throughout,• house contains seven rooms and 111(ish
-7ed garret,. No. RI ELM STREET, near Wylie, Sixth
3vard. Possession from April Ist, 1808. En.' •
:at the house.
NOTICE IS HEREBY Glff,`
that application has been made by the Üb'
signed to Itte.Court of Common- Pleas• of Alleg
County Pm a CHARTER OF INCORPORATIOI!I
"The German Independent Benefi
• *' • Society of Allegheny • City,"
And that the same will be granted on the first 11
DAY of June next, unless exceptions are
thereto. • '- ' •
- -Attorney for Assoctat
March 214tb - mhZ:n •
Txrims—Per session of fire - m*nths, 21 We ks- , -
BoardingOcith Room and Light, $80; Tuition $lO
to OS; Washing, per dozen, 50 cents. • $ sic,
Painting and Languages extra. A deduction .61' 15
ter cent. Is made for the daughters of clergy en.
he next Summer Session opens May "40.1."
" For catalogue apply to
Rev. C. C. BEATTY, D. D. "LL. D., , t.
Or, Rev. A. M. REID, A . M., Principal. ,
"•SteubenVille,"o., March, 1968. mh10:10 .
VIENNOT & CO., GENERAL
tif • NEWSPAPER. coßßEsrgyiNlifa,
ADVERTISING AGENTS, -
133 Nassau SaTeet, Neatr,ltorla,.
(Estabilshid 18851.1 i %
RitrunaNcEs—Mr. H. D. Heirnbold, Boni gist.
894 Broodwax, New York; Blessra. S. R. Vonduses
Sr, Co., 198 Greenwich street, - Nyw York: Mkasrs.
Hall & Bucket, 1108 Greenwich street, New
Messrs. U. Bruce, Sod & Co., . Type - )found 1e ",
Chambers at., N. Y.; Messrs. lltigar
Founders, 38 Gold st., N.Y. fe2 1 :178:31 .
ALT-20,000 bushels pr
xiira... - nir-ArAxir, . .
FOR SALE BY
GILMORIE, STRAUB ilk
t3outb Canal Street, near . Chestnut,. Allegheltil
WILL KEEP 1844.1111K.'
. 1 117 1° - and snake to order all kinds of • ,
print and Nein WAGONS,' CARTS , - s
DRAYS, WHEEL ARROWS `"
TRUCKS, LOCUST to "f
. z And TURNED•sPOKEI,
NAY It AFZEs Ana FORKS.
At RIM:IEBNR WAGON WORKS, marAllerent.
tentlary, Allegheny Clty,
jelniN UOLEILA ,FoRRESTEU
XtELTlNG.—Leather, and. IPa • -
o siatinin-also, Gum Rose, Steam raking oat-
&e., or the best quality and at lowest prices.
and warranted to give gatisfactiont...also,l„Lace
Leather, Rivets, &c toy sale,
.;w l Kltesfl4 and Xetait, ., always on hand and bi - - •
• • Ja . '
ternlaCt and 28 St.:Glair at e t.'
- stare , - and r to argiterei', , ,-
a,3o°- b ush. selected Spring
Pori ?al? "
- .7lrog.ocgilifeCßZEßY &
aj4 349 Liberty . aj eet.
GEO. T. VAN 1110EEN, Cashier.
P.ll MADEIRA, Agent
.TO NEW BANKING HOUSE,
FOR SALE. •'
r r ,~; .