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Daily ; Prayer Meeting.—pkom 12 m.
"1t..30 o'clock atf theltietlrodiatgkorobm ft h
1 . 0;04; ties; &for to:OA zittiz office
Will Meet, To—Nk , ht.--The Grant and
Colfax Club ,f Biri4nghaui hard a meet
ing in the l l`coorn Hall this evening, at eight
feenity at Amhe
at. their leaf MOS
Ile Muster of :Ohl
J A ' Emery:
—We mticelhab the
, College, Massrehttsette,
1 19 conferred. the , degree
It o it tpwrierium, Mr. J.
Parttoned.--Mr. rßartiey T. Campb ell, of
the , • ../IhNnipg Mail, Imprisoned at hiladel
hiatnliliel, on Thursday , received a par
dotilfrdni. (ik:oveneor Geary, and vill arrive
Abandonment. T i Arina Mari Zinune:2r
made information yesterday, before Al
dead tdcMaste . against her: imsbimd
b Monis Zimmer for desertion and abandon
anent.- Warrant •
.IPiegresslng.---The laying of the double
(111$ek on the 'Pit r' burgh and Biriningham
yrassenger. Railw y is inogiessing rapidly,
isad we presume -ill be completed thrutiglk
the Old borong . of Birmingham daring
- asext week._ •• •;
Cozninitted.---A .ne Webber made infOr
station before -- J mice -Efeisal yesterdiy,
altarging Elizabe — Elourbein - with disor
derly conduct. T• e accused was arrested
and aftei a hearin: was WO) bail for her
appearance at Cou t.
,likarety of the 'eace.—.Toseph Brnnot
=lade information before Justice Helsel
' ..yesterday . against Benjamin Stonely for
surety of the , peace. _He alleges that Ben
jamin threatened to do him bodily injury.
'A „warrant was iss ed for his arrest.
Lnraday aftP,rnoon, dnr
- ing the absence of e family, the residence
of hlr.lrrancia Mums; off Fourth street,
Liberty ' diitrict, was entered by slime
adroit thief,' and a valuable- lot of clothes
- carried off. There is no clue to the thief.
Pound..-The discharge of John Gardner,
private of Capt. Davis' Co., (I), 21st
regiment l'eterari •Reserve Corps: dated:
Trenton, New Jersey - , July 3d; 1865, was
' found at the corner of Liberty and Hand
streets. Mr. Gardner.canUget it by. calling
,'Fined.—Daniel Jenkins and Wm. Baker,
*o* . iticts implicated in the prize fight in
*O - Ninth, 'ward; on 'Thursday afternoon,
lilt& hearing before Mayor Blacimore
Visterday and were each fined five dollars
afid 'cOsta, upon payment of which they
were discharged. , _
Sunstroke.---A. German laborer, whose
-name we could "not ascertain, was pros
trated with the heat on Thursday afternoon,
in the 'Eighth ward, Allegheny, (Duquesne
bbrough). He was conveyed to his resi
&Mae ,where he was 1-vine at last accounts
in &Very precarious situation.
ando Abused.—John Schlegai made
Information before Justice Ammon, of East
Birmingham, charging George Drake and
James McFarland with assault and battery.
Hem alleges that tner - accused attacked
and beat him in a shameful manner. A .
' warrant was issued - for their jErrest.
Threatened, 1111m.--John H. Duff appear- -
ed before -Justice Ammon-yesterday and
*lade information against John Eckles for
atfrety of the ,peace. He alleges that the
defendant threatened to throw him into 'a
pit at the Birmingham Gas Works. A war
rant was issued for the'arrest of Eckles.
Trouble About a rence.—.Tantes Fin
amide information before Mayor Drum yes
terday against Wm.ltil. Gold. It appears
that-Finnin was building a fence on a lot of
—lground, which seems to be disputed prop
erty, when it is alleged- that Gold ordered
him to desist, and threatened to stone Inu
off the place. A wa r rant was issued.
Da . sid Johnston, residing at No. 77 River
Avenue. Allegbeny ' city,. was prostrated
by_ the intense heat. Being conveTed to
*IR borne medlcaVaid was tiumnioned but
it, was of no avail. death ensuing in this
evening at half-past eight o'clock. Domes=
ed via 4 about forty-three , years of age.
Thumb Amputated.—Mr.M.` Wil
ei3:l3, a brakenutn'on the oil train on the Al
legheny Valley Railroad, had the thumb
of righs. hand severely crushed
wtillw coupling cars, at Buffing, Hehew
& Coin 01l refinery. at Johnson's station;
He was removed to his home In Lawrence-
wile, where the ihurob was amputated by
Dr. Covert. -
Assault and Hattal.--Antone Webber
11 91:**Ted at Justice Heisel's office
Clay and made inibrmation charging John -
Marion with assault and . battery. He al
lege* that . Stip ' seedbed 'diming, his' • (the
prosecutor's) absence from home „betitand
abused his wife. He , also Laude a:charge of
disorderly condadt tigainist Marion, who
was arrested and . idter a'hestiblg herd - to"
bait for,'l,/is i*tiu:Au* at' Court In bot 4
Casa. • - •
llehlitsg a Miley Drawer.--john Boffin
sonper-negro, was brought - before' litaYor ,
Blaekmore yesterday morning °Olt Charge"
of terms"; preferred itgattnit him,by Geo.
store on the oorner of Washington: and,WY
lie streets, and he states that he , caught
Robibison in the act " eftililitg tiro Ikilfirs
and—twenty-tire cents from. ' the' Money
dravar- / 1 /•dis4u4 or bell the scotssed Wall
ooniMitteel for a farther:hearing.' -• • -
wpw.nrrested yeaterdaYi Ohanrery Lank,
nrat ward, on oath of Ma" Woods, ohiV
ing - ,witb disorderly. conduct, ; It a p.
pears that , Peter was drunk and behave d
himself in a very, dieUrtictlyand ntigentle.'
manly.:; manner, - for which the: Mayor int
prsed a fine upon him of twenty-live dOl
ism; and bot having-the. requ.ireld
Of cash to liquidate Wit indittoduesato the
city, was sent to the hilifor, twenty - days, ';!
„, • An. Elpleeatien .W l4l o 4l .—if • the B iat" .-
went of J. A. Weever le true Innis
grist must have otpesierfitl impgisuarion• pr
be very reeklege ot.•.theAritth.. Weaver
states that Hiegrist obtained - .gOods from
• bun to the amount of
- • ing blmeelf a/ the owner of ilieACivOrth
of reel:estate In the Fiftb:ward, .Allegbenyi
whiebit la • alielled 19 nOt the carie - ',*ldera.
maelifogntese uitoteaintriet knits,
• tionla Mena to his Mere tittle earliest oon-'
• veniindie and explain Matters.
A .Threat 'bv George M s r7 rranois,,re.,
ltriilioins alleges that, be. 40111,hnoolt her;
breinatint atthe tint , convenient ;opportu..:
Silty; . Botha Onion might ...perhaps look
--.- upon this. pleasatit:initirmstion.lri the. light
of a compliment, as it pr pi tiniest
session of brains by the, threatened !party;
inst Mary ' hinke ,ettirliiro.midsrnteroe7
• . madis:AU informol9o.s,!keriqf
Molitasters • against vetoorge,7er
the peace.. A , warrant
• ; iksoide l a Deice
The death' of William 4, , Moffitt,
~- -w hielf Occurredter was
gene ed, r 4ln4 1,1 0110 MUIPPIVp4O%
grettid. bk Ida. ntitnerona ,so..
;nabitanoes. Mr. Moilittcws leazifitns In
5ani,1014.14€4141- when tie AOC Ms: office.
. • rrhursdarlvenintry .14.0 rut, $O.Oll. s n a c u rk ,,
tbe .and4eApirealiri& -
- • .irpart of , the miming: .Thel - depeneel'
•le`a:s 10,3sajears since Aside:ant Patriot, At.:
r i tcy ~,, Be highl,fFolpfdried
ho 'itweethibt; both tkikbissOperiOtte/ent
dispoeitibm - '-Tho - farleral *will
bake %%ow frourtditlite reidderini thiMitesZ
was ILveat, at ten-0:00100k , this ;Venting,.
and war*,:.,•littelt4o.4' #te c ilailliS t tke' r ef
the bu thc.,muwir 1.1!«
• 1., - /-
IRopbliesat Committees ea vigliasce for
The Republican giecntive Committee for
Allegheny eonnty,haye selected the follow!
ing *Sans' to / act'as Committees of 'Vigi
lance for their respective -election districts.
These Committees have full power to add
to their : nuinher, and are - requested to do so
wherever such addition will 'increase their
Each Committee is'urged to organize im
mediately, and to put itself at once in coin
munleation With tbialtiCeis of the.COUnty
Committee, at Republican Headquarters,
ly x order of the County
RUSSELL Eaarrr, Chairman.
Jo S. STIIWA.IiT, SOCrEltiiry,.
First Ward—George • W. Coffin, Tames
Reese, Frederick Schild , . Thomas Reese,
John Seifertir, Benjamin Oppenheimer,
Isaac Bierman,Daniel O'Neil.
Second - War,--Edward Hama ' Thomas
W. Davis, John Wilson, James Gillespie,
James Vick, John Paul, Thomas S. Bigelow.
Third Ward—David Sims, William Simp
son. John V. Brown,John Gripp, John
Kaiser, Louis - Duff, aniel Daub, Col. W.
B Neeper. Adam Young, John Ochse.
_Fourth Ward—William A. Tomlinson,
John R. McCune, Dr. Thomas W. Shaw,
Dr. Joseph H. Dickson, A. P. Thompson,
W. A. liiskadden.
Fifth Ward---Joseph Hastings, George
Glass, Andrew Sims, A. B. Neetier, Wil
liam J. White, Major R. H. Long, Fred
Sauer, J. M. Fass, A. J. Kemp, Nicholas
Birth Ward—JamesMawhinney, John D.
Evans, John Richardson, Robert Houston,
Henry Meyer, John A. Sargeant, H. J.
&pewit Ward—Jared M. Brush, Charles
Jeremy, Capt. George W. Gillespie, Thomas
0: Wilson ' homas Kerr, John Rebman,
Thomass Roberts, R oberts, James Fleming.
EWA Ward--John Wallace. Henry Wil
son, Jaius Leech, Joseph Moore, William
Shore Jr., William H. Glean.
Ninth Ward--Chas. Beck, John H. Jones,
Robert Graham, Remy Manchester, David
Thompson, Andrew Lees, W. H. Rutledge,-
William Brown. David Wilson, William J.
McCleary. _ _ '
Tenth Word—John W. Taylor, Cot Jos.
J. McGowan, 'William J. Friday,
Thomas Thompson, John H. Ralston, Wm.
Irwin, John Steti, Thomas Harris, Joseph
E/eventh lirarellohn Windlass, Stewart
Albert A. Moore, Chas. Kehew,
George - .Norris, Louis Roll, James ma.
Ewan, Robert Sproul, James Sleet'', Harry
P. Ford, Capt. A. C. McCallum.
Twelfth Ward—J. H. Nobbs, Wm. Clark,
W. J. Hammond, David McClelland, Robert
Thirteenth IVard—John Harrison, James
M. Hunter, William Moore, Jacob Glosser,
Matthew Anderson William C. Barnett.
Fourteenth Ward—Henry Lloyd, W. E.
Sebniertz, John E. Jones, C. A. Anderson,
John Fleming. •
Fifteenth Ward—William Hosack, Jo
Hoerr, George Garrison, Lewis Winter,
George Shade. Sr.
Sixteenth Ward—A. B. Boal, Rowland
Smith, John Gangwisch, George Nesentha
ler, Samuel McKinley.
Seventeenth Ward-S. McMahon, Robert
Bell Jr., WilHim Obey; George R. Pearson,
Eighteenth Ward—David - Kirkeßenjamin
Darlington, James Cuddy. J. J. Livingeton.
David Jones; Littiefleld, Nicholas
Nineteenth Ward—John N. Berlin, Frank
Ardary, Samuel Crawford, P. H. Lanfman,.
Capt. Edward C. Negley, Capt. J. McCon
nell, Win. H. Morrison, Henry William..,
John R. Negley, Charles Lockhart.
Twentieth Ward—David Aiken, J r. George
W. Heilman R. N. McClarren, John R.
Baum, Alex . Bradley, Isaac G. McKin
ley ,Capt. Norman Smith.
2 4 werity-firat Ward-,-George , Finley, Fin
ley Torrence, A. P. MoWilliams, Peter
Clements, Samuel Chadwick, Richard
Twenty-second Ward—John Mtirdock, Jr.,
Win. - Icwin,d J. B. Sneathen, Thomas
Wilfer, James Woodrow.- - •
Twenty-third Ward—George H. Ander
son, Copt: J.' B. Palmer,' James Oliver, -
James McKibben, Frank Koehn.
• First Ward—AleXander Hanna, William -
Thompson, James Calv i irriames Orr, Hugh
Lerimer, John Morrow. Timms H. Beatty,
George W. Lyon. • •
S Ward - William - Tate , Ward—William Tate, Fred. Rid.
die, W. P. Price, James Reed, James Hun
Third , -Ward-4.*Mef-Matriari B. Bay,
Goppert. M. Earner. •
Pow* War d
- Mora, John Slagl_,e Brading Dagile, Alex.
'Young, Capt. B. Dairen.
Iva Ward. Ward Hear*, George
iOrkin, Cyrus Townsend, Samuel Davis,
Sixth Ward.—James- F.:Stephenson, Jos.
Granet, M. 0!1;,/ Baras, ! Lewis ;.Peterson;
John Cunningham. -
Seventh, Ward. , ::- James Huntelr,• Aug.
'Freund, JohnMlAs, Simla Brehm, George
•Bctilatine. • •
Fischer, George McConnell, John H. &tor=
Tilton Lcrabr Schlimer- • •
4tezetekieit 2 4t; C. Chrlsty; - Dr. William
'Woods, Samuel Gaeta*. John P. Kramer,
adant'Btekinr4', Cbirlotts Apple.
to Braddocks---haitio jr., Chris. Few
hen, Alex.'MoCauler, Thos. McVay, Geo,
Fritz, Wm. itedtMM. , .
Jitittvar;—John J. Williams, Edward
Cotdes, F. G. Sesbrouck,/John: -
Brewer Scott, Decatur Beek, Daniel John
.2 .. le - de;au;....ooL John .11tiodgram, , Richard
Straw John S. Femeson,"Geo: Wells,_ Col.
Thos.,. ilikyrie,, , Toinry William*: -, . .
Rh' 'abort-John J. ffaitit, Jamas Baint,
Goorai i rawdy, Cipt. R. A. Nesbitt, Wm.
. Vi'll "foist* A. T4tylOr. -T.-Mentz.
tielniet - acotimiel.
.Tarentystsr74. ‘,. MoCall, - Gleorge.ador.
risen, JrisAneety, J. C. Minn, •JohnDlak Cy,
I TempercateeviThoinas Herehberger„
Sohn tip linater,John Bryant. Sr., N. Bat
lentine, Matthew,Greer. _
' ,_ West Putetnrirt-Ed ward Sprang, John
Auti4•Lotilii Aurki,Adam Weaver, Phillip
yierheller. . ,
___t MeneagaAdc‘4Bieluwd , Perry. . ;George
NV.' .Dope , Edward Barrett, Thomas , Revise,
• Ntteslßrokaw.' , • • ' •,,... • i
tuir Ausbernii-- - Etenry Moorhead, Dr.
J.: B . Robert!. Ayres - B. Wlll%, Miles 11.
EninPlgeA Jacob Lohr; Jo h n A. Agtag
AdVsola "Foster, John B. Halnes, J. N.
Mei i_eiaslin Riekardwin, JohnForsay,
Mr., lee nfir .7 Yieltenstais,•: Richard Jones,,
Ditsld A. Janes.
Birminghana-Ist. Product.— William'
Doyle, Thomac EI L <Astart:try, George
Bbenfer.r Will 'BC ' asztsell. Milton Rays,
, Deihl Jenkins, Charles .Evans, William
rill% Jam's - GmA11!,.. 314 40in S hearer; O.
i : j. • itiAissiad.PieeisClCee,
- B. • ehanrWsn. gralpam.,.. _Wentz,
',Dr. . Taadte - F.lohte - Beach; . Rdsrsra Moye,
• Fred. Altslitlitilt B. McLain, lif...W. Felker.
,"::4. s taag:iirttayittst--eltett
o r a erdil;-- Ufa-,
wry F. - me; ." . P. B Wn,'7 Foell. Le.
'la= B.Figatrti. J. W*,-Blimic, . Wm. f.• Lips;
Wni.,. SitakeY L , George Trautman, Joha
AtreSr,•lscola Clue. Thomas Erwin. Henry
PurttisraMt est, Fred. Milts: . , .D.
es ' H. • Berry, . W... .D.
*r o od, R. • ylo , Win. Mclntosh, Joust'
Tayinri•Jchn d,,Geerge W. Cole; - -
• EiiagbeW-Akrii Tin E. blhaffer, gamma'
W4ikero Jr.yEsennett fii i r rOctrk,ll;., IL Mo.
tlare..M. W. F t ekley. l' • '- ....-' - - - , -- ' ,
1 . 16 ) 1 / 3 W.. -Job
L iry . _: ZaT i k 41 ve lif') t . f. , : 4434 1C1 jv
Noble,: Capt. John S. -?delafilan, Lewis
i . ". Tovntsatrs. -
indtana—W.+ W. Shaw, Jacob Haughey,
Georg L. Frazer, Alfred Quinett, James
R. Alter, Aaron Reimer, An
-thony Marvin, John McDowell, John Mar
tin. James R. Humes, Wm. Harbison.
Neville-Joite ph Walters, Wm. A. Slienks,
A. P. Cole, Milton H. McCabe, A. Hainil
ton. 1 '
Crsace4-Jobn Hamilton, James Davis,
Isaac Wynne, Frank McClelland, Charles
Plum. --Archibald COolli JaMeS , Patter
son; AleX.,MoJnnkin, Cant. Geo: Patterson,
William Greer, Leslie Ilazlep.
Penn. + Emanuel Stotler, Logan Stot
ler, Emanuel Snively, Abraham Latham,
Matthew B. Mitchell, James Ralston, Jas.
Duff, James Abers, Joseph Stoner, A. Stew
art, J. Wi Doak.
Wilkind.-4ohn B. McFarland, Samuel J.
Taylor, James H. Ashwood, John S. Mc-
Kelvey, Henry R. Chalfant, James Gil
more, Jr., John Black, August' Steiner,
John Haney, Jackson Jones, .Wm. Soles,
John Baldridgc. •
Patton—Thomas McMaster, John Brisbin
F. G. MoCidre, Wm. M. Haymaker, Eli
Myers, James Lang, John Thompson Sr.,
Versailles—Samuel Brown, A. J. Shanks,
B. L. Wood, David Mackey, Capt. John
Garvey, Geo; W. Bowman, James Woods,
Biddle Cour3in, Dr. James Penny, John S.
Stewart, John J. Muse, David S. McKee,
Thomas Parke, Richard Gray. .
Elizabeth—Lewis Edmundson, William
Rankin, Frank Patterson, Mathew Willson,
Brisbin Wall, Capt. Joseph Allen.
Mifflin-4°bn C. Risher,Joseph Stone,
Alex. McClure, Joseph Wilson, Abdiel
McClure, John Willock, James Memo. ,
Jeffersolt—Joseph Pierce S. J. Chamber
lain, John .011161, A. M. Work, S. F. Snee.
Robinson—John M. Edmondson. Wm.
Glass, Wm. M. Gibson, Andrew Young,
John AnderSon, A. G. Kegley, Samuel An
Chartiers—Reuben Reese. James Reese.
Captain Andrew McCartney, John 'A. Mo.
/I„foon—John Curry, Wm. IL Guy; W. L.
Shrodes, J. M. Wood, J. F. Ferree.
Finley-4.1e0. Burns, Wilson Hood, S. M.
Campbell. Alex. .Stewart A. H. Burns.
FrankLia—James Duff; Robt. Wright,
Andrew Ross.nsteel, John Douglas, G. B.
Wallace, JOsepli Palmer, Henry Sidles, G.
Brandt, ',Matthew Hamilton.
Ohio—J. C. Morrow, Frank Duff, J. W.
Robinson, Thomas Paisley, Jas. Hilanda,
R. H. Davis, Conrad Beaurnan, Jacob Ri4,
Davidson Duff, John M. Courtney.
BaldttinMelchoir Venter, David Mocre
Jacob Young, David Cowan, Peter Brindle,
John B Knowlson.
Union—Jacob Haudenshilds, Franois
Crouch; James Moles, Win. McDonald, J.
Harrison —S. C. Alter, Thomas Humes,
Charles' Fischer, Thomas Hull, John Nert,
It J. Miggart, J. J. Menhir, S. A. Denny,
H. J. IRiyd. '
Afcaltre—Charles H. Hartman, ThOmss
N. linyle , James Shipman, Peter Yost, J.
Hampton—James Herron, John Walter,
Samuel G. Brown, Hugh Andereon, Wm.
Reseive—William Neeb,Wm. Schamack
er, J. Beckert,George Evans, John Vocght
RosalLWm. B. Duni mett, John M.
Brown, D. IL Cunningham, John Mc-
Knight, John P. M'Donald, Alexander
Smith,i, David R. Quail, Wro. pornlff, Wm.
.Richland—S. H. Allen, J. S. Dickson, 3.
Crawford. S. B. Allison, David Dickson,
Wa sp i p aLi n.... key.
Dr. David Donaldson. Robert
McCorkle, John Wilson, Peter Boyer, Fred
Shaer—John Herron, George Chalfant,
Isaac Eiehaven, Capt. Robert Miller,
Williams, J. J. Smith, Col. John A. Denim,
James Shaw. Jr.,
Scott—Win. G. Bighorn, Berg McDowell,
J. H, Robb, Robert Long. Wm. Espy,
Win. B. Leta, Thomas Gamble.
Sewickley—Samuel Neely, Elias Reno,
Williamceaman, Wm. B. Hamilton,
Samuel Sar ver, '- Nick Way,Samuel McCor.
nick. Harman Neely, D. Moore, ,Conrad
McCandless—James G. Arbuthnot, John
Grubbs, Jonathan Heckert, Archibald All
ston, Andrew Grubbs, Wm. Ramage, Got
lieb Pfeiffer, James Wallace, Lewie- Colo.
Pine—James Marshall, Thomas Graham,
Andrew Kelley, Emerson Logan, A. S. Mc-
Cord, J. G. Conner, James S. Crawford.
Mari* d1.4-Thcimsus Robinson; Jr., 'Thos.
Simmons. Joseph Anderson, Wm. Zort
man, ,Wm„Boner, Jr., Andrew McCawlev.
Bast Deer=F. •M. Barnandson, - ENO
Woods, Samuel Robertson, James M. Kier,
James E. Karns, James C. ,Buntime, Henry
VVest Deer—Wm. ?often,. Capt. 3. Mo-
Clelland. Allen Aber; S. G. McAllister;
James Haslet, Jr., Reboil Fleming, Joseph
Viper St. titair—Alex.
Sanders, Wm. Fife, jr.. John Espy,
let Foster. :
;map. St. Clair—Louis: Fritz, John'
, Drown, jr., - Robert 'Dairen; Andrew O. Oar
?ney, Wm. Adams, Robt. AnanndElarret:
North FayetteLDr. °ream, Senn.
Dickson, John Seim, Hugh Wallace, WM._
andlt FayetteLJohn M. Boyce, Wm.. A.
Herrlotc Jos. Campbell; Jos. •Makientoll,
Bight Fire Yesterday.
A slight fire occurred yesterday morn
ing at the residence of Mrs. English, -No.
-147 Penn street, which, but for the prompt
:exertions of -thoilremen, might have 're
sulted very disastrously to property is
that vicinity. - About half .past 11 o'clOok
4he fire was discovered, and it had then
gained some headway, having , burped
through.the rafters and filled' 'the house
with smoke. An ebb= was promptly
sounded from box 8,-ciornstesif 'Penn stmt.,
and Cecil alley, which hrought the firemen
ollekly to <the geode. -BY this time
t e fire bad_ Communicated to the. toh-t
She adjoining building, "Sampled by Mr.
Jobeoh Horne, but , through- s copious •
stream of water it was soon brought under'
control and, in a short time extiiiruleb
esti •It la supposed to have originated from
falllngeon the root of 'MIS. Engliabfil
residence, which.were fanned into a.
by the slight breeze stirring atthe t me.
The damagswas slight, consisting of Me
partial desti uotioitof. the. Mof. of the' rear
building, and the siling..Of the:: carpets
and bed clothing in mrs., English's house;
tile; loss on tbewillhe about 111011‘
Dennis Leonard, Eesq., - is the owner.
Capt. Jake Rill made information before'
Win. Richards and Wright, charging
them with larceny. It seems • that the
Captain bad met engaged in taking imit a
lot of pig iron from a flat boat which wpa
stink near the Hand street bridge, and` it is'
alleged that while the men ,wpre absent
*Cm their Work the defendants brought a
boat and , took entity,* load of the iron. The
operation wait noticed by some one on the
atone, whet intlied ter them to buitt; but tbikr
gm no attention to the summonsand pro-,
"tided on their's,* down the *tier. Mob,
a r al Wall arrested and nave forafurtberk
bOating in the itibinfVoo. Wright is still
Ocialzi — ed t Andlon.-rsoinr,
thy,mornin g . at um 'o'clook,_ the ware
hobse<of Whig% Bros. &Goa, No. 7. Second
oreet,mlll be sold for account of Pennsyl
;Verde Railreadf large lot of unelsimed
Ff.oktlitind Goods. Mao, fobs, Draysi 00m
lkiete =frill' good conoltlotr i Smith/out
- Nr a oook &McCle ll and, Auctioneers.
lYld Gloves, 85c; extraltne at ,P,OO MOS
%rive - 4? 0 .014, ::Tablee,/whogli
1,-- rt. ow/ 1 0 alLiraat. , oariat
Jaß*rr!Kat 1„...1- IreetiL '
- mama.= saratwAXT.
Bl Y rtbrd ' l P lC F 6
t r;l'y -
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Died attheltillelttleted-.-Carenerts Inquest
, „ •
Yesteraay " morni n g :" about three o'cloca
Mrs, Sarah M. • Allen, from Philadelphia,
died at the Union Depot`of apoplexy. De
ceased, in company with her husband and
son, clad of ten 'years, were passengers on
the 'emigrant train which arrived from
Philadelphia on Thursday evening at 11:40. .
She complained to her husband during the
trip of an excessive headache, and drank 4
iced water continuously. On her arrival
in the city the pain in h head was more
acute, but Still she was abl to walk. After
changing cars for the w ,en .route - for
Lexington, Kentucky, t e husband re-,
maining, in the car, she ent out beyond . '
the depot towardsthe Gra' Elevator. The
son aocompained her, wh , as he states,
she fell ;down suddenly the vicinity of
the Pan Handle track. T e attention of the
father was directed to th oecrurrence by the
lad, but before his arr val she bad been
picked up by two bra amen on the Pan
Handle road and placed pon a truck. Offi
cers Woolbridge and Cu nies who were on
duty in the vicinity at th time, were called
and officer Clippies int ediately went for
Dr. Rahattser who arri ed in a few mo
ments afterward, but t e woman had ex
pired some minutes p evious. Coroner
Clawson held an Moues , when in accord
ance -with the physician's testimony the
jury found that the deced came to her
death from congestion o the brain, super
induced, by excessive h t and the use Of
ice water. .
,don o the
..cessive h, t and b_
The Cresson 7 ease.
It will be gratifying , to any of our citi
zens who are anxious to leave the city dur
ing the heated term, to know that they can
be accommodated at the Cresson 'House,
on tho Allegheny mountains, which Saone
of the most delightful summer resorts in
the United States. , The impression that
this establishment was crowded with
guests having gone abroad early in the
season, has doubtless prevented many from
going there. - We were favored with a visit
froin Mr. , G. W. Mullin,-the:'gentlemanly
and corteons `proprietor 'of the Cresson
House last evening, and he informs us that
although there are quite a number ofguesta
there, among whom are Geri. N. L. Ander
son and family, Mrs. Linooln and son, Gen. 1
Kaufman and family, and others of equal
notoriety, owing to additional? improve
ments he Is prepared to accommodatguite
a number more. Many persons in t city
will doubtless profit by this piece o i for
mation and engage quarters there imme
The Matlmtl Album.
A new book to be published by Wm. J.
Mackey dtco.. has been exhibited to us by
the publisher. It is bound handsomely in'
Turkey morocco, full gilt sides and edges.
and contains twenty pieces of the latest
music. The work is worth $5,00, but in
order to insure a very large circulation
they propose to sell it at the very low price
of $l,OO per copy. It Is not bound in libra
ry style, but adapted to the drawing room.
Three thousand copies are to be circulated
by the middle of September, and our prom
inent' business men , would do well to have
their cards iimertedi which can be done at
a reasonable rate: We regard it as one of
the most permanent adiertislng mediums
of the day., All who desire 'to, subscribe
can call on the 'publishers, at Smithson , _
Vanhook & McClelland* M. and 57 Fifth,
street, and obtain all necessary informa-
Mon. • Success to the new enterprise.
The • elegasdly furnished and pleasantly'
located dining towns of Mr. P. H. McGuire
are 12~ming highly popular with those
who take their meals at restaurants. The
rooms are situated on ,Fifth street, at No.
105, a quiet and pleasant location, which is
of itself stiflicient , inducement for persons
to patronize , lhe establishment. Clean
tables v good attendance, and• an the sub
stantials and delicacies of the market can
at all times be depended Upon.
Head Quarters.—At the fashionable and
reliable tiotionl and trimming store, No. St
Market street, which is presided over by
Mr. W. W. Moorhead, a very fine assort,
menu of hosiery has been opened and WM
be sold at prices to suit purchasers. The
ladies will find this,estabbahment"Heall
Quartent" for finktiotadde goods. The steak
of edgings, laces, inserting.s, embroideries,
&a, is unusually large and, of a very sup°•
rior quality. • .
At lloorheadls.—The stock of gloves.
fans, laces. embroideries, hosiery, arid in ,
fact every description of light, goods An 4
trimmings, ai 'Moorhead's, bl Mar
ket street, is one of the largest and best
selected swot Drought to this market. The'
stock of. notions is unusually large, and
the quality of the woods sold at this house
has made a reputation•for it' of which the
prrprietor may well be,proud.
Gas 'sea , fiteam Witttagr.-Tbote OI Our
readers who want anvthhig In the hue, of
gat and steam fitting promptly done and at
re4sonable rates, should remember the es.
tablishment.ofitc eV: Martes, , No. 165
Wood street. Mr. Ewens is a practical
mrhanle, and arty work entrusted to him
is uaranteedto glve the fullest eatisfitettoni
Speulal attentlon .ligiven to wet* lei the.
coeutry. • tl ' ' ,
Model lEstabilahmentiVetaks pleas
ore in recommending the establishment Of
Mt. T. T.'Etveint, Na. 165 Wood street, es*
infidel of lei kind. Besides paying careful
attention to ges and 'steam fitting and
plumbing. he keeps 'oonedanely on hand a
large ant well Wooled sem* of everything.
in the tit4y 4fgail ilitidies, , putstps, demi Re.
WPu4 street. •
nem min f
th gdierallt who ftesMe the suit
urbs oe Sky, e dinner in tbiicily,,ant
as a neatteivniftoci patroblie that tab= .'
lisinnent where they .can be best suited.
Omt, one man ,west. of the POoltatikei
Iri4h street, Jteepsau sdablishment*here
in 1 1 1 1.00 n besagelied. • 1, .
Holtzhabastert Cotitirtuntill Saloon, Fifth
slyest; one door west of the Posloll*, la
patronized extensively by,,the merchants'
and business men generally . ' His em
tip)* are _deusteMmAnd 'Attentive torus.
mem -and etierlithing - übdut' the `mutt::
Hahment is kepkin the tang percept order
It a delightful place to dine.
Private Oates this Day atal:Evenb*
rhea than fable° mieett, bpoite,:ibbee`.l
4 - 0 3 - 0 gaiters ter l w at p l l tie e dlinli'4ll , (l l /I' `'
Ile; idiot atm, quilts, shirts, ry .
fancy cutlery and
WM Wine hail/alms Palmei&Phll4
li Opera HonsitHeese /Mad= ROokligi•eli
y ~ ~ ;
e Ootitinenta t DinlOgßaltion ono &sir
welt or the Posta on 'Filth' street, is
on4ot the restaurants In the clty.
'ills tables are 'Wimps supplied with' the
Nail the market affords, including all , the
delicacies alba, 1181114012. lit' I oh- tire itiir'ved
in a; Manner unsurpassed jln this 'MIS'S,*
Gard wartaturatit the manygell :
tsurants le:ottr Mkt therWliil no one , ere
lioOttlar thik the Continental, Fifth street,
one door west ettbe:PostAlMoe. Mr. Heitz•
heither t the„proprietmts II most exoellepj
'caterer,* fitet past* Wallikholtiiiib ever
petrpuised hls establishmonf.,
=Summer Dress Good.. 12%e, 185‘0, 2 50,
atidFlie, reduced fully one-hilts to. Close
WW bite Pique, Etwoicett..oambrhis and
morns. extra eneap, on the West sorner..of
htsrket and Fourth ts. • •t ,
qf stree lifiwzArot VX?9,7f.re
'Tht. Kennedy , " isPenzuteentßareffer OKI
arh" el oat the head, and throat SO
y icamisi . etdkhreto'llild by
, law ark, Sole igen a ic
We have already made eitended mention
of the great closing out sale of dry goods,
notions &e., at the: Masonic Hail Auction
Rooms of Messri. Smithson, Vanhook &
McCielland, n r . 55 and 57 Fifth street. •
The sale is in progrestfand the attendance of
purchasers amounts to in absolute rush.
The bargains offered are AM: - ly wonderful,
and, people have bedontesConvineed of the ..
fact., The immense stock of goods ie Whig
sold off at whatever sacridoe. It has been
determined to get rid of the whole assort
ment in the shortest possible space of time,
and the prices have been reduced to a won
derful' degree. This is, as we have said, a
.clearance,sale. There is to be no reserve,
and the stink is not to be replaced by
other similar one. .The dry goods and no-,
tion depaittnent of the establishments are.
henceferth 'to be oompied by boots and
•shoes and devoted to the auction buemess.
Any one who fails to attend thb sale misses '
a golden opportunity.
- Sale .ifßuilding Lots. U„
In conseqUence of some misunderstand
ing about the running of an excursion
train, the sale of building lots in the Nine
teenth ward which was to have taken place
Thiirsday,, tike 16th Inst., was adjOhrned
until Thursday, July 23d, at ten o'clock
A. if., at *hid& time seventy-loiur
valuable building lots, forty-eight feet
front by one , hundred feet in depth, will be
sold. We know of no better investment at
present than is presented in the sale of this
property. It is situated on the li Haight the
Allegheny Valley Railroad, at s
run, within a few minutes walk of the ter.;
minim of the Citizens' Passenger Railway,
in a delightful 'locality, which is rapidly
improving. A more desirable place can
not be found for those - desiring , ' pleasant
homes in a locality easy of access. An ex
,cursion train will leave the depot of the
A. V. R. R. at nine A. M. on the day of the
First. Class Grocery.
The:original 'Diamond Front" grocery
store of Messm. Mcßride tit George, 184
Feabral,street, Allegheny, is 'a first-class
establishment. The proprietors are shrewd
business men and strictly honorable in
Shelf' libeling!. *No Where else In the two
cities can be. found 'a larger or fresher
stock of pure and ;unadulterated teas,
coffees, spices, general groceries and pro..
visions.''' Dealers who' buy to sell again, as ,
well as Satan - patrons, will consult their
own. interests, by favoring lithe original
Diamond Front drooctry with a purehasing.
At Wm. Semple's,
180 and 182 Federal street, Allegheny: -
At 12340, Good Bleached Musline, yard
At 12340, Heavy Unbleached Muslins.
At 12340, Good Ginghams,
At 25c, Ladies' Straw Hits.
At 75c, Gents' White Shirts.
Slimmer Dress Goods,
Honey Comb Quilts, Au.
' At txtremely Iciw prices.
At Wm. Semple's.
180 and 182 Federal streak Allegheny.
" At Popular Prices.
Bonnets, Sundowns, -
Cotton Sun Umbrellas, • ,
Riatori Aprons, '
• Shirt Pivots,- _
Hosierv, dra., oke.
A ipxxl astortment,
Wholesale and Retail;
At Wm. Semple!s, 'lBO .and 182 Federal
'Bates do Bell, No. 2L Fifth street, keeps
one of the larg4.st and best assorted stocks
of dress goods find dry goods to he founct
in the city. Their goods are carefully se
lected and :purchased from first class
houses, expressly for this market, and
with a view Q the wants of theimmense
trade, consequently they are enabled to
sell a bettor article at a less price than
thOse who aro earoless in mains their pcti-
Barnett?. • standard 1 Preparationa.--N4
learn from therfirst qmfeetioner
that - Burnett's Extracts of Fruits and Flow* .
ere for flavoring Cakes, Plea, iSte.,aretserilly
of the"hfoh reputation
,whieh they , onion,
being equal to the giqiih articles of the
same kind of the highest iNdebrity. The
Toilet Prepirations of tit° Immo horste
we are. =wed, equal' , higku-i-Aferstrecd,
Vitssat. • • ‘• • ,-,, 'now, ..
- TheWiim wetther has created im tuitistud
demand • 'for 'delicious - mitt'vxMng - 163'
creams. No Where else' In the city will lie
fbund abetter Miele, sewed up in eleiner
style . than. at the first class'aaloors of
BloGulree34o. 106,r1ftb :street. ludiesind
'gentlemen will also and tbere a splendid
assortment of confectionery and, Sureels
meats:- Mealti are served up sty all hours at
the most reasonable pr cei. •
• Thelarge stoek of Dreetiiitodds' tit. tater!'
13011's it Nn :21 Fifth street; hi attracting'
ladies to thit esitsblishtnent in test :initn
ben; •Their stook of flit, - go Ode 'IS 'one of
the meat extensive in - :the. Oity, and the/
are selling at unpremeedettteelfy_ W
low oe& '
Their assortment is Complete, and persons
desiring anything In 'the way liras'
goods or dry goods cannot tato
be suited at this establfehment;
Sligbt Ohatructiett.—lTrairel crier , 'tfier
i llt. , Olair t itedet Bridge wail 'obWrnoted for
a short 'tithe.- yeaterdayi' by Ihe breaking
down of ac two heir* wagon. The driver
titemled tcrtako the aooident in a philowopti,
teal'way. =After vieWlikg it fbr a= &iv min
t Mee bewent - vigotonely to' Work unloading
and soon bad firtrabe of the *fair ' re
Special train at 1:48 thiii (Saturday) af.
tornoon, the Western 'l4mn's Railroad,
oonvey.purehasera to the third unto
aprved. auction sale;of the remaining alitty
five Ilnilding.LOW the ehOleest yetollhred,
Hohttken4 , • - 0 •
VANHOOIC Id'CLBLLAIID.: •
.-• . ,
, 0.... : • • - • Auctioneers
4.loutinenta.—To, a. hungry man
thera i ta nothing more pleasing than a uood
sautto all in search of that article
tom *Quid say that.Heishetmer f at the Oon
.franental, Fhtir street, huipa pia tables eon
isti.dtly supplied with _ the boat the market
- , ,,StatiOnery.--One ofthe 'matt Oompleto to.
wortnients of sintionery in the tdty is to be
,ihninhit the news depot of Col. J. D:
Sixth' igreet, near flinithihild; also all the
isteßubliostions of books , periodicals. dto.
Itept.--Col. J. D. 'Etceel, Sixth
ittreet,fienrkhn!thtl4sld, te in receipt of all
the !latest tinnazinee p hooks, PliPeTisistr
edleabi;&,V ne 4 itleo keep. *Atli tt
`l4ont of cap, note And letteeixtPer•
r inr e el
Pertedleabkl-' 001 •A•
the well-hifewn Matra t dealer, nif
street, near Smithfield; lain imoeipt •of nil
the I*erfpubliestioui; w'flick#lS :OW as
cheap as the cheapest. - •
r reziting Paper.—Au thelateat stylea and
beptualitypt wt/Litilc WPM' len be "ro
an it the well known establishment of
001. J. D. Eagan. 13141eI141ittip i tteaT'8mittt.
Add. ".“ ••• ,
A lAvely,Cume waeplerel on Thursday
bet w een the :Detroit; tlf, that 014, :mid the
- Heeha w . The boy. bou g ht their. equip.
ante gam ~Pittuoit'a. every
`Moil: um' i 4 eed'one:
haiLl Itnalktir i t!"` . 104241W-,Tick
• ' gtliV ',L. , •
GOWN= m ISTIWABT•
• iThe 'WOW - rroa
The grocery store of Messra. l ,ll. l : 1
George, No.l6fFederal street, - All
is the original "Diamond Front.',
proprietors make it a - rule to kee'
stantly'on hand a large and well 51
stock. of fres4groceriee—freshi.:we
cause.the immense, patronage , this
receives prevents the possibility :
heceMinii stale on their hands—An
supply provisionS which they , w
at the most reasonab le prices..
o 1" this house may • rely on -gall f
they.pay for, and that they willalW :)
the best the market affords.
We , tall the aftentiou of our r ere,
peclally those desirous of - iiivestin:4 in coal
property, to the advertisement of he sale;
of the Jacob Linhart farm in t ldwin
toWnship. The property contains e hunT ,
dred and fifty-five acres, is'extrem
able and is one of the best coal fare sin the
market. It was offered on the. 14 h
and adjourned tt; the 21st inst. after F, ,, ,CA000.
bad been bid for it. I 1 it can be bought fei‘
anything like that figure we believe the pUr-1
'chaser will have secured a most prolitabl‘f
bargain. . •
The best and Original Tonic of Iron, Phew,
phorns and Calisaya, known :as Caswell, '
Hack Co's Ferro Phosphorated Falixir Of •
Calisaya Bark. The Iron restores imlor to
the blood, the Phosphorus renews waste' of
the nerve tissue,trar the Oalisaya givces- ,
natural, healthful tone to the digestivcror4
pule, thereby curing dyspepsia in its "CFS:•?,
lions forms, Wakefulness,Gmieral
and Depression of Spirits. Alannfaaur -
only by Caswell, Hazard Qt 00., New York.
Sold by all druggists. s
The beautlei of nature lie embalmed
the fragrant odor of the new Spanish per=
fume. Wocidworth's siFlor del Santti.'' Tt
surpasses all other floral ektraeta. Drng., v :
gists keep it. we.
The place to get .yiloite Lime '
Plaster, Hydraulic 'boixient,, is at D. IL
Baker's, 167 First street:
Bata for boys. Bats for men. Caps for
boys'. Amps for men. Base Ball gootta7
generally at headqcuniers, Pittook's.
Gothic' and Plain Chimney Topa,' Drain
Pipe and Tile, at D. R. Baker's, 167 .Fissi
Builders, PlastUrers and Brie . :yen Bop=
pliedat D. R.. Eeker's, 167 First street.
PeleVs Pen,, fs the best. Pittoek Jaen
Foley's Gold Pens at Pitici•ek's.
Prangs Chrlnnos at PAttock's.
Prang's chromos at Pittodk's
LODORRY-WARD. -At the residence of ber p!le
rents, No. R 8 PeOn street. Thureday evening:July
lath. DIGS, by Rev. F. A. Noble, Mr. WILLIAM
L .D01:11tY and Mini MARY .E. WARD, both of
Pittsburgh. No cards.
TEDLNER-Di , FF.,-On Tiursday, Jnly at ;
the residence of the bride's father. Whiteabb. Plll,
by Rev. Mr. Barclay, assi_c d by Bev. ldr. Rank ..
and Rev. En:l:Stewart, JOHN TURNER, of
kinsbutv , Pa., and Bliss MATT* M. Durr.expikj.
MOORREAD. -On Friday evening. July 19th.
113614 M 5 o'clock, ROBERT, 8., son of Fleury sail
Baran MO.,rhead, age.) 1 year, 4 mot. and 19 days.,
Funeral from the Ir. tide , ace arils nercnta, printer'
Beaver and Jackson etreetti AllegbOit Clty, tttF., -
DAT itnantaa,..at 034 o'loek. The *lends of the"
family ate 'respectfully invited to attend:-
BRIOK ELI, Thura fay evening, Joy 1911.
at Bakerstown,. Pa., 11r. WK. BRIO
Tittle al will take nlaCe 2/3181SaiiIrd17)1coamia.
19th in t., at 11 ;o'clOck, ' and proceed - to .T.hut
Creek ^itreh.' : •
_ .. .
• iIf.OFFETT.--fln Friday nitim i Sig, 'July: l'If; 1868,
at 1 o'clock, WM. M. MOFF.II . sig:4 , 3ci years.
ee funeral will take place from his lititusideace,„
Nn. 80 Congress street. mils 310axi G, at.
o'clock. The friends of the .faudli ire, Invited to
JOHNSTON-e-Velday ev i tina at t Week_ LI
from sunstroke. DAVIt, Ju tile 43d,
year of his age. , .
`The litneratm 113 take place trorehla tate residence,
No. 'TT Wirer Avenue, Allegheny City, bUIDAT
11011211121431d*ti , cinelr. The Merida of the 'tangly
re.tertfilly invited to attend, •
Tbnic 'ay et nluB At 6 °Naafi,
44 MN LIP., only sou., of J. ,k'. and X.' C•
Kaufrman - i,aged 6 months and 4 caya. -
Funeral from tee realdinee of Ms' iarepta...ll7..
Pena:livig& A vkiiie,lin Ikivertinkt, &t 8 Watoek
Perakea atbaHtpair.Cll o'clock. , 'The friends ,
Of the family are respectfolly L invited to attend.'
-34 1: i * l l . - - ,., 7 . .; ..: lINDERT ' AILERS: ••---',-,1.
No. 106 FOURTH wr - Kraw. r itAA_Letrit4
S urea Muds; GRAPVir4!UVW 'MI anti er.: , l
arY deeertpiloe df Funeral Feruishlag .Goo4e
r e ili=uovins wen day and Wert. Hears e sar
ftrtnie. • • • •
.112rIcasncreer- hed ßev: Roma Kerr. D
Jacobus: to. D.; Ilkorass Swint, Req.; Jamb • .
Litimmin &rWites t r.o.-
'UM Mid AND. LPIERY, WAR dom e? i
DIAttLY.STILIM,A.N,D ClEWlteri 9.5-14115•,,e.
An tetary. wharetilleir VOA Illd ' Ott= we ..
001 1 1 11 11 410.ted wit* . real sad LlMUatWasitoma..:-'
Arix.d, iiimy and WiLlunt, Otddaa.• at, prides Toot .--
Arras . rebut 14 kr 100'. - Bodtes Arttypatta tbridtala .
Ilielita; , l4sirses.sad .01tarrture• ratalatiedv slack' ,
ands t'd Maiming M00d.% IT t•td . talfpdf ;, 020 1 MA*l -
•at al! boors, day and night. -. , " - -' "
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TARRR 'ARV • IL' No; 45 01179
..__r: AlletbsosT; andt No:' 80. ,, DIAMOrtar.. -
tiePaltr..e se JOs Wilson a link ii keeps. sawar .
'on hands e best - Metal, 'Reseirood;' Widest' ant .
Indtsikla wood CONna. ' lArelnet -oWRise 'boor , • •
0. pyil.rds.. Rosewood Celan' OW , spwsids,
other comae 1 propiwitcrn. Ownisges and Regrow _ •
nn:knew% at low rates..,Craps,•-610,61, Plate anc .. :
Bu~Lirin "washed gratis. : Moe .oweo,Pl . ' l 4 l, '
w. , . • . ..,. -.,
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A FULL AMOBISIXOrr OF
PERESCOPIC .CLAtilitity •
FRA.I4I3 — KAMITICQY "" '
The; titA the belt tro4l - r . •
AWNSEAT.II4 I ' l l ;!HAStt i rrbt
AS FOTO ST.. OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL.-
.goiltleTrieirs Dinuslimig %mat
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IXOUIIEit OF FZDZAAL.
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tner orPenn. and St. Clair Streets,