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CHEAP GUNS FOIE THE PEOPLE...»
rAd HERA r WESTERN HEIN WORE'S have Oka
removed to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD EITBREZ where
will always be found the most compide assortment
of Gems, Pistols, An l l3llllllllloll and S
lug Mater/al e dltc., in tee Mtg. AU kinds game
afe.i pegeotir carefully repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and REVOLVERS. Sena ett,
Joe illustrated Circular. Agents Wanted. in
&him in the United States. Address J. H . il e g
STOS. 179 Bertitibteld Street. Pittsburgh.
eg JOHN R. PURVIANCE,
Register in Bankruptcy for 2:d District.
Office, 11,1 . 3 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Mee honrs-9 A. Y. to 5
ACADEMY OF DIUSIC.
• MARKER RIISTI
•••r...JOSEPii C. FOSTER
, ) ---
TUESDAY, August 4: - will btpr ,, setited. the
treat Trick' Pantomime of NUMB li NIP,I or Ilar
lettin - Tom the Piper's Son,
_in whir. will be Intro
duced a GoIIGZOUS T 21 8FOrtidATION SCENE, de
pleting the Hower of I omance and Palace of Dew
Drops, painted by Art inr Palmer, Esq., at a cost
of many hundred doll re.
Therformance will commence with the Petite
Comedyof the MAID OP MUNSTER.
FRIDAY, complimentary benetit to Gov. Foster.
IiATURDAY. Grind FamLy Matinee, commenc
ing at bait past two. . .
YOUNG KEN'S OHBIBTIAN ASSOCIATION%
Rev. 'WILLIAM EVANS '
Will give a Reading of Selections from favorite au
thorn, at the
Keystone Skating Rink,
Robinson street, near Federal, Allegheny,
Tuesday Evening, August 4th, 1868.
4 PROGRAMME. „
.Seren Ages of Han. I • Grave Digger. •
, Sleeping Sentinel, -. Collier's biome, or 1.,
" Sheridan's Nide, . .tle Jim;
Barbaric Prlrchle, Daniel vs. Dishcloth
Shamus o'Brien, Mustered Out..
Burial Burial of Moses.
Trial Scene by Dickens
Tickets 50 CENTS—to b
Association, of the tneints
Doers open at 7, Readinl
THE REPUBLICANS OP THE
ELEVENTH (old Seventh,) WARD,
Are retMested to meet at their SCHOOL HOUSE
Tuesday Evening, August 40,
At 13ko , clock. to organize a
OWINT "AND co w$ ass
Let there be a fall attendanee of all the Milo
Re publicans of he Ward. . .
A Wholesale and Retail Grocery Store,
Doing a good business, and aitnated In a•good place
. to Allegheny city. will be sold at a reasonable price.
Thentore house has 'a lease on It for rive years, and
will'be sold with store. •
For terms and location addrees
•'• • N. A., Box H. GAZETTE OFFXCEs
eiviog fall name-and where an Interview can be
VALEAELE HEAL ESTATE
- • FOR SALE.
The undersigned afters for sale xa
NINE „L TRACY/3 OF LAND
Situate in Marshall township, Allegheny county,
and Adams township. Butter county.
Four of the traas are situated about 3 miles West
of Planklaton's' Rotel. on the headwatera 4," Se
wickley. near David Dutra mill, about 16 miles
from Pittsburgh. -
Five of the tracts are situate an and near the per
iyeville and Harmony Flank Road, about 18 to 20
miles from Pittsburgh. -
This land Is all well adapted for laming and gra
Any InformatiOn relative toiald farms, pnceTand
tents can be ' btained by caill gon A.. II LANDS,
at the Court House, Pittsburglt.
E. G. DIITILII,
AMIEES' AM) MECIINICS' BANK,
Will Open for bu.siness
TODAY, ~AJUST 8d 1 1888,
.St their niswitnizing Rouse,
And Ia a teat days will be rea4Y to )*cErvit DE
POSITS sad do a • •
.GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
i Notice is hersby 'given to Bankockholders of the
i ,"Farmers' and 3terhanles` of Si.iningham ,,
that the BIRST INSTAI.L.MENT of the subscribed
stock, la now due- , and payable - . at their. Banking
I gouge, Carson street, Bantingham. . .au B tn B 2
...ii . COW: iMILKER
liltdliTED-4311KEDIATliLV—A11 who are Ida
gag ror huelnens to call sod examine the
t A sure cure for seining hands and kicking cows:"
It miths the four teats of scow at once. It imitates
rthe calf % draw, and stops drawing to swallow. • It
wilt lath any cow, perfectly -dry In three minutes.
is operated by hand, dog, 'horse or caber power.
manoran can attend, several reAchlues, milking as
cows at once. 'lt is simple,' durable and self
: adjusting; will flt any .cow..:Milks ;three-tested
cows as well as any. • Easily worked.; not liable to
•:get out o agreeable tonas proven by praCtlcal use to
A tare - opportunity is now offered to enterprising
men either to travel or locate in city or country.
Call and examine for.yourselves. .
EYDItAIILIO ISABITPAOrG 00;
• aul:t33 .- No. laitT , ol.Allt STREET.
NOTICE. ---The whiliewigned will
11,'E-01 ,1 MN• IRIS •
No. 111 Wood Street, 1 . °
•` ' ` 'TO 'ME
On MOND I AY, 'August - 3d
Raving retitled and remodelled the intlrii bnlldli
And attached • •
A NET OF FANS TO THE CEILING,
-Covering the entire *fining Room. -'t assuie.my
stunereurpatrons that not many, pleasanter . places
<an be fOund In the - city to partak of a good meal
than attin establishment.
Very respectfully; . •
• • . GEORGE azarimmari.
.• ' I
The feoples National Bank ofPittsburgh.
Capital, : :: : $1,000,000.
• - Figh!fr•
Tile slim Iristitation will'oeenpy , their , - ;..
` ll °. 7 0.,*( 14, &reel, abOlre PVireet,
_at MONDAY, August 3d, when la future Wit
mum will be transacted. 11111s1111
Mrs• Bardell va. Pick
had at the Roma of the
era, and at the doer.
g at 714" o'clock.
Henry Lloyd, ;Hon. Thos. Mellon, :E- P. Jones,
Th. WlghtmaniGeo.'W. Hallman, 'Win. Rea
B.H.^ Hartley , !Edward Gregg, Hiram Stowe.
p OlN on O t R im ST.
posits. Deposits made on or before AOgust Ist
bear interest from that date.
,Interest computed on
Ist November and Ist May. y 31376
Bay mid: It will amuse you andset You thinking,
A liberal discount to the trade.
X. A. EVANS a co..
49 FIFTH STREET.
ADAMS, & CO.,
Keystone Standard; Patent Platform
S C E S. -
Janus Faced patent Door Locks and Lateheo.
PAINT AND COFFEE MILLS.
MALLEABLE' ON, Az.
Corner of Grant and First. Streets,
J. L. tataatioso. E. EITEVNNBON•
.ELLLINGER - fti. STEVENSON,
.For the tale of FLOIM, - 011AIN and PEODIJOE
LIQUORS,. WINES, BRANDIES, !be.
, Sec •
,No. Bond Street, Pittsburg4, ,
infsyt i. tpffs4r.;"Apv4l.ippi.made
Eight Per, Cent. Coupon Mortgage Bonds
These Bonds are secured by a Mortgage, on they
-Valuable Property of, the Superior Iron Co., In Al.
legheny and Westmoreland countleil,_PA,.
Interest at the rate of EIGHT PEE GENT. PER
ANNUM. payable semi-annually. •_ • -
• .t_p_plieation for these Sonde can be made at the
CITiZENIP RATIONAL- BANN. or to JOHN
SCOTSCOTT.. Trealurer, at the °Moe of the Company,
Third and Market 'Meets, Pittsburgh,
PrTresurgos. July Bth. MISS. 178381
Piiimbing . a' , Gas Fitting. Establishment:
, . .
;...Arr A hipt 7 ulefre trm t l ie r ter.vb e i t t m ,;
Elik'A halal E L T, doinguaagnood business,:
,Isolreredcpertile. JThe'abbre fa altualed aoW..
place for onsinees., Saving engaged tn ether jt mut,
ness.eng proprietar offers ebb establishment at &-
Rer*Ftric. . 1 !,f4+ 1(1 1 0,4411. ~at
)10; - 10 5 Wood 144134' 04;
qONWERIFT • AND COMFORIN
• ABLZ.—.I I. o-story. Back Threltlnf -11anse
ma ed eza a Jane , ilibr, Oicaitaina *WI asut w
"Wit M.. - irtiMprith "74. Calaaated
44 .; WM roa t . lll
la cosiplate ords,tr sale by_ la
B. CUTHBERT it tIONE
poi Illi Buisbasid stmt.
000 NEWS. •
Oath BREAD IN DEAN ,
3 Enqiitre far WARD'S Dread
The largest and beet. The initials "H. W." on
every loaf. Tato done else.. autvvs
_..... _ _
§HOT! 811 011--:-. Just received, a
full assortment of New Yolk Patent bloat, In
S and 5 pound bags, assorted numbers, from 3 B
to . NO". 10. For sale by
JARIF.S DOWN, . •
1313 Wood street.
OUBLE BARREL SHOT GUNS.
rrel —blha v (f e unns toreeac h ean d u mor o al r e o o o d in o b of
housen Importation, which I will sell as low as any
In the country. I exc on All I ask Is
to call and examine and be convinced of the same.
For sate by . JAMES BOWN,
aul:Tb7 • • 136 Wood street..
X I IGHTNING APPLE PARERS.---
t have lust received a large stock of the above
'aper. , They have been fully tested for the last
three years, and have proved themselves to be the
est everinvented.. They pare faster, better, and
db their work much cleaner than any other Apple
, 'arersittlown. For sale wholesale and retail, by
136 Wood street.
NNOT I 4
RAE.—AII persons inOebted
to' o , having claims against the
ESTA 'OE JACOB F. STRAUB, Deed,
late of N . 9 Chestnut street, Allegheny City, will
please call on the undersigned, and have them ad
justed. : • MAI:WARM STRAIT%
Allegheny, August 1, 1868. au4:ol
J. Oi.. lIDIACHFIELD & CO'S )
No. 52 St. Clair St.
NEW. PRINTS, I
. NEW GINGHAM'S, •
NEW DELAIN ES,
ALytwOOL BLACK and WHITE PLAIDS,
for 25 cents. wworth
• WHITE GROUND PRINTS. black figure;
WHITE GROUND ALPACCAS, dot
BLACK DOESKIN CASSIMERES; • •
BLACK •AND BLUE CLOTH, .
1111811 LINENS, TABLE LINENS,
- TOWELS AND NAPKINS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
I ALL. ENTIRELY NEW.
Remember the plate;
N0.•52 St. Clair Street,
au4 Near Liberty, west side.
• OF THE CONDITION OF THE
PEOPLES' SAVINGS BANK OP PITTSBURGH,
ON THE HO= OF /ULF, i 889; published by or
der of the Hoard of Trustees, In- accordance with
Section 9 of Charter.
Cash on hands • ' U 35,5191 97
Expenses and Office Furniture 8,617 50
Mortgages-and other good and 'valid
Securities ' 277,976 17
Deposit Account• $196,585 02
Capital Steck paid in in Cash 100,000 00
Premiums and Interest 29,220 92
S. F. VON BaNNlloEST,•Treasurer.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. witness my
hand and Notarial Seal, this 30th.. day of July,
A. D.'1868. • GEO. W. M11RPHY0....4
PEOPLES' - SAVINGS BANK,
No. SO FOURTH STREET
l'lTTElfellGli GAZETTE = ;
Apportlonhig• the lffembeM of the Com
/ mon Council.
Sec. 1. Be ft ordained Common Councils City of
Pittsburgh, in Select. and astern
oted, and tt is hereby enacted Ly the authority of the
same, That under the 4th Section of toe Act of As
sembly entitled ••An Act suppleinentary to the:Acts
Incolmr.sting the City or Pittsburgh," anproved
April 1. A. D. MS, the Common Council of the
city shall be composed of sixty-six members. and
shall 'be apportioned among the dliTertut wards m,s
.. • , •
First Ward Three (31 meni
Second Ward Four (9) ".
Third Ward Threel4.
Fourth Ward Three (3 ) •‘,
Fifth Word (- 1 Three (3)
Sixth Ward 'tour (4,
Seventh Ward ' • Three (3)
leiglith Ward • -
.. a hree (3) " -
Ninth Ward ..... ... , Three (3)
Tenth Ward. • Two (2) I'•
Eleventh Ward Three (3) ••
Twelfth Word . Five (5.1
Thirteenth ward Two (2)
Fourteenth Ward ' Four ( ll)
Fifteenth Ward Four (4i " •
Sixteenth Ward .
. Two (2) "
Seventeenth Ward Three (3) "
Eighteenth 'Ward.. ....... . ... '..Two 12) ",
Nineteenth War d Two (2)
Twentieth Ward Two (2)
Twenty-first Ward Tw9 1 2 ) 1" .
Twenty•second Ward Two (2) 1`•
Twenty-third Ward., .......... TwO (2) •• , f
Total ' Sixty-sixo6)mt.rnbers.
SEc. 2. That any ordinanee orart of online' nee
conflicting with the passage of this p ordinance at the
present time, be and the oar 'is . hereby repealed so
fur as the satne affects this ordinance. -.
Ordained and enacted Into a law in pout:tells, this
Plot iiay_ofJuly, A. li. 18631. ; .
A. H. OROSti,;. I •
President, :pro tem.. of Select Comae
Attest: E. u. 3.IORItOW = .
Clerk of Select Coineil
President of T
Cora M m L on Coupe 1
Attest: HUGH bleMasTint.
Clerk of common Connell.
AN ORDINANCE a
For Loeatittic the Greensburg Turnpike
Sac. 1. Be it ordained and enacted by the City of
Pittsburgh, in Select and Common Councils aa'aem
bled, and it ia-hereby enacted by (he authority of the
same, That the City Engineer be and he Is hereby
• directed to survey and open the Pittsburgh and
Gre&nsburg Turnpike Road,ffrom Its Intersottion
with Butler street_ to St. Mary's avenne,lthe toll
width of sixty feet, and Thomas Aiken. Samuel
McKee and Z. Wainwright be and are hereby an-
Pointed viewers to appraise the damages and assess
benefits in accordance wilt an act of Assembly, ap
proved January 6th, 1864.
Sm., 2: That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same is hereby repealed so
Ordained ame affects this ordinance.
and enacted into a law in Councils, this
31st day of July, A. D. IBM I
A. H. GROSS,
President, pro t in., of Select Coune
Attest: E. S. Moult° w,
Clerk of. elect Connell.
;W. A. TOMLINSON,
President of Common Counc
Attest: Roan McMAsTkit, ;
• • (Meet of Common (Sou'. ell.
Grading of Liberty Avenue
SEC'now I. Be it ordained and enacted by the City
. of Pitteburgh, in &lect and Common Councils as
sembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by
the authority of the same, That' the City Engineer
be and he la hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise for proposals for the grating of Liberty
avenue. from Wilson street to Centre avenue, and
to let the same In-the manner directed by an ordi
nance concerning etreets, passed August alst,
1857; also, an act concerning streets. approved
January 6th, /864.
Sac. 2, "that any prdlnance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at she
present time. be and the same is hereby repealed so
(Ordained a anie affects this ordinance.
and enacted into a law in Councils, this
31st day of July, A. 1.): 1868.
A. H. GROSS,
Pre den , , pro tem., of seleet Council
Attest: E. S. Mounow,
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON.
President of Common Council
Attest: HUGH MCMASThIi, •
Clerk of Common Council. au
Place of Holding Elections in the
SEC. U ordained and enacted by.Me City af
Pittsburgh, in tielectand • Common Councils assem
bled, and] it is hereby enacted by the authority al the
same, That the place or holding the elections In the
TwentWtn Ward, for the present, be at the old
plate. (School House No. 1, Liberty township,) and
the officers fur nolding the same shall be as follows,
Judgei—,rm. H. Deuntston, •
Inspeetors—John'R. Baum and Geo. Itaulianser.
Retarnln*pectora—Rdw. Aiken and Orin Newton.
SEC. 2. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the.passage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same Is hereby repealed so
tar as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils, this
31 st altY of July, A. D. 1808:
A. H. GROSS,!
Attest: E. is. blonatow
Presidoert, protein , of Select Comic
Clerk of Select Council.
Mr. A. TOMLIHSON,
• President of Common Coyne
Attest: Hcon MehiABTXR,
Clerk of Common Council. a
E 8 TIONS
A N ORDINANCE
For a Cinder Walk on Centre Avenue
&Ferrol* 1. Belt ordained and enacted by the City
of Pittsburgh. in Select and C , mmon Council.* as
sembled, and it to hereby enacted by the authority of
the game, That the City Eng prop os ald he Is here
' by directed to advertise for for the con
struction of a cinder sidewalk ou Centre avenue,
'between 'Kirkpatrick 4street and Minersville,
commence at Kirkpatrick street and to terminate
at Jacob Ewart's corner, and In connection with
the Committee on Roads to let the same:
Sac. 2. 2 he cost of construction to be assessed tot
property fronting thereon, and to be oolleebed as,
the assess- eats mace by the city are collected. I'
SEC. 3. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of chlo ordinance at the
present time; be and the same is hereby repealed so
far as the same affects this ordinance.
Prdained anti enacted into a law. in Councils, this
31st day of July, A. D. 18031.
ng do' not
President, A. IL GROSS,
pro tem., of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. illokitow.,
- Clerk of Select Council.
W.• A. ToLINSON,
President of Common Council.
Clerk or Common_Counell. . ati4
Granting the " Western Vnton Tele
graph Co." the Privilege of Erecting
Be it ordained and emireied by the City of
Pittsburgh, in Select and Common Councils assem
bled, and it in hereby enacted by the authority of the
same,'rout the privilege be aid Is hereby granted
to th "Western Union Telegraph Co.' to erec•
poles on Allen street, from: the Allegheny Valley
itailroad to Butler street, and on Butler street to
Poster's alley, (Lawrenceville.) the Councils re-'
serving the, right to remove them on sixty days'
notice. They also• reserve' the right of attaching
Fire Alarm Telegraph wires thereto. The poles to
be - of such size and deicrlption.as may be' satisfac
tory to the Cit y Engineer--
flue. 2. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting the passage of this ordinance at the pres
ent time, be and the same is hereby repealed So lair'
se the same affects this ordinance. .
' Ordained and euacte, into a law in Councils, this
31st day of July, A. D. 11968. .....
A. U. - President, proton., of. Select Council.
Attest: E. B. bionno_ .
Clerk of Select Council.
.W. , T0311,11149N. •
• . President of Common Council , Attest: Rom 11clkiAtran• •
, , Clerz of common Council. - 554
pradfrair and IlteAdagnisthir Lorimer . AY
enne,:from Station to MOrinig St.
Be. d•ordained and enacted by Ma City of
Pittabutph in Eckel and Common Mullets assem
bled, and it is hereby enacted by the authority,of the .
tame. That Lathier Avenue .East-Liberty.. from
Station Street to Spring atreet,,. be graded to the
width of forty-five t 461 feet: In; accordaqte with, a
Plan In the City Engineer's affice. and
so as to have a road tied of twenty-four feet la
width, the cost thereof to beatisessed on the prop.
(Ott' abutting-thereon. •,• ; • SEC. • -
2. That any ~ordlnance or
,part of ordinance
Conflicting with the passage of.tnia ordinance at the
present time, be and the same is hereby repealed so
W^as the same affects Oda ordinance.
• Ordained end enacted into a law inCouncils this,
Slat nay of July, • A., 1.15. ,'
• A. FL GROSS, .
President. Select Counci- • •
Attest: E. B.llonsiow., s
. •• Clerk of Meet Council. '
- • W.A. TOMLINEAtiI
__, Pre ente om.teon uovuell.
Attest: HpoustoMmiria.:. '
j.- Cleric ot Common °oilmen,
8 - 000 - Aoretilf
-; - I
rs :i e,li r ja n a
grin one tract, .watered by,,lngtebro pc Tennve
it% tole Creek, and part of An strleng met or
ow, nereggigitektq,lnniPil Nilsoi. C nirlie'
'Willing, liamard Grit' WY/it Mahn-
D ix l o/0 0410 XS 6 r:: :
Title periket. Wtu , ba eggh4segfitor Pittsburgh.
Address, IBICHANGr o •
Mikt74 oAsst93 037103.
UESDAY, AUGUST 4 i 1868.
Opening of Davison St., taweeneeville.
SECTION 1. Be it ordatned and enacted by the Otty
of Pttteburyh, in Select and Common Counef/a he
and it Lei hereby enacted by authority of the
same. That the ity Engineer be and he is hereby
directed to survey and open D vison street, from
Corinaton street to St. Mary'. avenue, and that
John Naser, Wm. Sorby, Sr., a • d Thomas Barrett
be and are hereby appointed t • appraise damages
and assess benefit -caused oy tie opening of the
Situ. 2. That any ordinance 0 part of ordinance
contlicting with the passage of is ordinance at the
pregent time, bean the same I hereby repealed so
far as the same affects this ord sure.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils, this
31st day of July,..A. D. MS.
S. si llonnow:
dent, pro te m
Clerk of Select Co,
- lir. 1
• . President of
Attest: linGu 31cMArrrEn.
Clerk of Common .
Thin Dress Goods,
Tucked Mus lims,
CLTT OF AtEITETIV:EZVIrriSt6B.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received August
oMce until 3 orclock r. on !SATURDAY.
Bth, for supplying-the Public Buildings with
4,300 Bushels of Best quality of Lump
To weigh 76 pounds to the bushel, and to be weigh
ed on the (illy Scales, (for which no charge will be
made.) the Coal Ito be delivered at the collovring
2,000 bushels L the basement or City Hall.
400 " in the Hope Engine House.
400 • " Friendship Engine House.
400 " '" •
Grant Engine House.
4110 *, •• Columbia Engine Engi House.
" " Esworth ouse.
200 " at the Se ll cond Ward Wei ne
gh H Scales.
100 " at the Diamond Weigh Scales.
'The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids.
R. B. FRAN C IS,
No; 17 Street.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Ladies• and Children's Bats;
OFFICE OF CITY ESOINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Pittsburgh, August let, 1868.
THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE
"Nicolson Pavement" on Fifth St.,
Is now ready for examination, and can be seen at
this office until
TUESDAY, AUGUST ilTu, 1868,
When It will be returned to the City Treasurer's
Office for cohectlon.
IL:I. 'MOORE. City Engineer.
BLACK SILK SACQUES.
Lama Laep Points,
FOR SALE AT LQW PRICES, BY
WHITE, ORR & co•l/
25 Fifth Street,
Is eminently adapted for our large western rlyera,
with spans of 550 feet, SO feeV above low water.
It will resist the strongest winds, hurricanes, and
• the heaviest loaded trains will not affect it. I made
the discovery on the 25th of June last. A model 0
rect. long I exhibit, and give specification on Its
principles to all parties who take an interest, in
•brldges, and charge 25 cents.
29 Ann St., 'ha Ward, Allegheny Clt
- - -
PEACHES, PLUMS AND RABPDERIDES
Selling at very low, pricer, at
112 Federal street, Allegheny
rlorWE r WOULD INVITE THE AT-
TENTION of the f lour trade to the -
ty of our
SOUTHERN WHEAT FLOUR.
Which we are manufacturing from the beat select
ed Boathern Illinois and Tennessee Wheat. Prices
as low as any In the market.
'J. - , 19'. LicißsirE.T.T. da co.,
. . • •
/731:t72 Pittsburgh City Mills.
TRAYED---Froint - t hee - premises
of the subscriber, adjoining the Central Stock
' A FRESH CON, -
a piece broken arenie hointiridtaeolor. with
dark spots, and red Any inionnatlon leading
to her recovery will be liberally rewarded."
WM. 3. LAPFItETY ,
At the Central Stock Taros.
puitr ! NATIVE :WINES:, :
ISABELLA , AND CATAWBA,
Of onr own growing. Also, , the bect
CHAMPAGNE, CLAMIST, SHERRY and PORT
FINES. "Vine Growers' Company" of BRAN-
LrY, pln4auks, jut the thine for tratelere.
N.'B.—Particular attention paid to eupplYing
__ A. BlAMAux
r2B:t67 . No.4 Virgin alien PM/Murat.
TO THE. PUBLIC.
Please take notice that my wite%I3ABBARY
zANti, has left my. home and bed with ant any just
tense, and I hereby give' public notice not to trust her on sor4o4),tint t alai will-not be-responsible -for
ittiy of her aolitracts.
TEACH ERS . _
EACHERS - WANTED."
_— he BoiieorSchool Directors (Or Trolon Town: ship will elect THREE rallie/PAL.4241 T,6IHEE
ASSISTANT TEACHERS at Mt. Pisgah School
il , " ' tilra ' ilii ' t..,• • • .
1:7, -- Thatreds, , - -.S. at g . - atar P. DI: '' -
"Wllere.allaPPllcanu auky apply..
1 ter4-%januts b e Dea g ,„ -,
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left b 4
ore or at Riad Street - Bridge wa4 N.
plarzil itr ldaa• Wasons raaalag la nna.•
of Selees Council
FOR SALE! I3T ALL DRUGGISTS:,
To the Owners of Dogs and Hogs.
The owneri of DOGS are hereby notified that the
ordinances prohibiting their,innning at large un
ronzeled will be striatli 'enforced:and - that all Dogs
sosaftered to run will be dealt- with according to
All HOGS ingered to run at large will be taken up
and disposeit of according to die ordinances of the
city., 1• • ' . '
. • JAMES BLAtiIIIORE, Mayor,
rt.(' RUBBED BELTING AND
STEAIIt PAOKING.—A full Part it e ' hand at all
men, and of the. best quality. wishing to
at . up units or Mope where Beltlns le renrylred, will
4nd our prices al low u can be had In the East, and
•• relght saved. - a
t J. & B. rini.Ltes.
li e and MK St. (!lair strew.
ITIRANSPARE NT GREEN OIL
CLOTH, for Window Shadea—seperlor In
gnalltrand lower In price than the Fa/item mane•
facture. Another large aupply. of the different
Val:mpg received from factory
J. if. rtIILLVPS,
and 2R sit retro.*
SUGABS4 for Piiimeiv
ink, —We have a tut stock of Lovering'.
rushed . and Pulverized ',oaf and soft White and
YelioivAtugail for gabs ie.. by the bar/et or . at.re - .
tall, :z• the Family Grocery Store of
JNO. A. RZSNRAW
career I•lherreAnd ,
Snots In store, for sale to.olose.
au4 j MAIM! inciczy
012 L--48 bbh. No. 2 to ar-
OR Salll by OMAR DIVEST & 00.
WPITTSBERGII & CONNELLS
VILLE R. IL co.
First Mortgage Turtle Creek Division Bonds
Holders are hereby notlfled that the Interest Con
pons of the above Bonds,
DUE AUGUST IsT, 1868,
- Wlll. be paid on and after that date, on presenta
tion and delivery at the FIRST NATIONAL BANE
OF. PITTSSTRO . R.
JOHN IL PAGE, Jr., Treasurer.
Office Pitts. & Celinellsv.r. R. R. Co, i
Pitti,burgli. July 15th. 1868. 1 1131:t82
To John W. Riddell, J. J. Shuttvriy. T, B. Steuart,
M. McCullough, Jr., T. It. SW, E. S. Hanna, A.
S;Purvlance, W. W. YOung. Wm, Reardon, I. c.
Pershing, S. J. Wainvvrignt, James I. Bennett,
J. B. Four, M. Demnsey, H. Sample, L.. Teel
baugh. E. Coats, J. W. Barr, W. McConnell,
John .1. Wi . lialn.• and N. P. Reed, Incorporators
for the Erection of a Bridge across the Allegheny
River, foot of Ewalt street, Lawrenceville,
A meeting of the above Incorporators will be
held at the office of SILL ez SBUTTERLY, Law
renceville, on FR 3 FRIDAY, Angus; 7th, at P. at.,
1r27:t66 . BY ORDER OP COMMITTEE.
EarNOTICE.—The Annual Meet_ .
lug of the Stockholders of THE ATLAS
WORKS will he held at the office of 'the. Company.
On. Monday, August 3d, at 2 P. M. 7.
Bkorder of the Board.
• • JAS. 3feQUISTON, Seeretary.
Pittsburgh, July 210,4i0319. 3rait49
PITTSBURGH, FORT vrAritic & CHICAGO RAILI
WAY COMPANY, ee of the Secretary
PiTTSRUBOH. - July 11, 1868.
tar - THE BOARD OF ilingc
quarterlyhis Company have declared- the
regular divithind (No. 113), of 234 PER
CENT, free of Government tax, on the capital stock
and semi-annual dividend (No. 10)aof 3Sj PER
CENT, less Government tax, :on the Third Mort
gage Bonds, payable on and after FRIDAY, rrth
latco.f rif,l i m n : ;t a ri tl , e§fll e W ( 11 0 11:1 , n i s ,r 1 , o t yl b • .;s L e a r n e ig
istere'd at New York, and at the office of the Treas
urer to tbm-e registered at Pittsburgh.
The transfer books yrill close on Tuesday, the
301 h inst., at 2 P. R., and:leopen on . Saturday, the
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
ON THE IST DAY OF AUGUST,
WE MALL REMOVE TO THE
LARGE AND 0011M0D101713 WAIIRECOIII3E;
No. 45 Wood Street,
Directly Opposite St, Charles Hot
Also;entrance on TITERD BT„ Nos. 102 and •1051
1-11 7 E. SELLERS
THE GREATEST MEDICAL liISCOVER
- .KNOWN TO MAN.
LE IIV SS .1E "42"Ei
FOR THE CURE OF
All Diseases Arising from an
• pure State of the Blood, such as
Costiveness, Jaundice, '
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Pimples on the Face,
. Sore Eyes, Scald Read,
Loss of Appetite,
Old and. Stubborn Ulcers,
._, Rheumatic Diiorders,
Together with all other disorders from an improper
condition °title Circulatory System. -As a general
Tonic its effects are most benignant, and cannot
fall to Innen t., - when used perseveringly and'sccord
ing to directions. It is purely a yegetable.prepara
tion—not a single grain of mineral poison enters
into - its composition, so that while It invariably af
fords relief, and effects' the most wonderful 'cures,
no overdose could injure the most tender infant.
R E. SELLERS & CO,
ALSO, PROPRIETORS. OF..
Sellers' Cough Syrup;
Sellers' Liver Pills and Vermilloge;
Johnson's Rheumatic Compound;
And Boerhave"s 'Rolland Hitters;
IAaLLOW wa MD-4.000 lbs.
b y , • . 1 8411Ati DICK.MY t
P. M. HUTCHINSON,
113 1 "'FOR MAYOR.
Of the old SIXTH WARDAs a candidate for Mayor.
subject to the decision of the voters at the Republi
can Primary Election. 7y22:t54
'FOR CITY TREASURER.
Is a candidate for City Treasurer, inibJect to the de
cision of the voters at the Republiean Primary .
arFOR CITY THEASITHEIL
Of the old TENTS WARD, is a candidate foiCity
.Treasurer, subject to the decision or voters• at the
Republican Primary Election.
Of the-FOURTH WARD, is a f:andldate dbr Clty
Treasurer, subject to. the decision of the voters at
the Republican Primary Election. ' • _
• A. J.,• COCHRAN, •
Of the old IIIINTRJVARD, is a c M irkidate l for . City
Treasurer, subject to the decision of the voters at
the Republican Primary Election. Jy22:413 •
Of the SECOND WARD, is a candidate for City
Controller, subject to the decision of the voters at
the Republican Primary Election ira:tal
Of the old FIFTH WAR decision andidat votersty
Controller, subject to the of the st
the Republican Primary Election. JY22:t53
The Repots!leans of the CUT Of. Pittsburgh are
hereby Invited to attend Primary Meetings in`iheir
respective Witrds on
SATURDAY, August 15th, 1868,
Between the llotirs of 3 and . 7 P. M... and there vote '
far candidateS to be placed in nomination for the
several city offices, viz:
One person for Mayor of said car.
One person for Controller Of said city.
One person for Treasurer of said city. •
Tbe voting at said meetings will' be by printed or'
written ballets, containing the names of the candi
dates voted for, each office on a ticket by itself, and
the electiebs,.as far as practicaole, will be conduct
ed In accordance with the laws and usages result.- -
th re eat care to keep a correct list of all persons
doe,ection wilt be conducted, whereve ch o sen
be by the Republican election officers
at the last city election: and Inwards where no such
officers were chosen; the officers to conduct the
Oen have been as hereinafter mention
,A, by the City Cetematee.
The Committee suggest that the officers thus des-% •
Ignated to hold this- election shall voluntarily take
the usual affidavit administered to election (Meets
under the laWs of the State, so as to shut out-al -
canoe of complaint.
' - he election Publi c School d H o uses
be held at th e Houses In Raid wards.
In tbe Third Ward at the southeastern corner of
Sixth and Smithfield streets. •
' Id the Fourth Ward at the Public School House.
In the Firth Ward In the OffiCC of the Clerk of tile
'Orphans' Court, at the Court House, under the su
pervielou of W. B. Neeper, George Glass and R. J.
Smith. who are appointed the Board to hold said
In the Sixth Ward at the Pablic School House.
In the :Seventh Ward at the Public School House.
In the Eighth Ward at the house of Henry Wilson.
In the Ninth Warei.al the Public School House. .
In the Tenth Ward - at house of Wm. Brown,
at the corner of Penn and Mechanics streets. ,
!tithe Eleventh - , Twelfth, Thirteenth. Fourteenth, 1
Fifteenth and Seventeenth Wards , at the usual
places of bolding elections in said wards.
In the Sixteenth Ward at the Wigwam, corner of
Pearl and Main - streets, under the supervision of
Nab U. Craig, Reiland Smith and John O. Stewart
Inthe Eighteenth Ward at the place of holding
elections fur what was heretofore known as the 2d
precinct of Collins township, under the supervision
of David Jone:s, David Holmes and David Kite.
househe Nineteenth Ward at Joieph Ganster's
on the Green:burg turnnike, under the su
pervision of John N. Berlin, Wm. H. Morrison and
James Joyce. •
In the Twentieth Waid at Beitier's School Honed,
wider the supervision 01 W.m.'ll. Denniston, Geo. - •
F. Rahauser and Juhn R. ' •
In the Twenty. first Ward' at Ross' School House,
under the enpervialou of A. Wcxplelayer, S. B.
Ross and B. w. Morgan. - • • -
In the Twetity•second Ward at Irwln's School
House, under the supervision of John R, liluxdock.
William Irwin and hands' Morton. " •
In the Twenty-third ward at , the usual phi& for
holding elestions in late Peebles township, under
the supervision of Joseph James B. Palmer
and James McKibben.
levvry 'supporter of. GRANT and COLFAX and
the city nominees is earnestly Invited to take part - -
In - said 0 salon, and 110714 vther; and the election
officers are hereby respectfully urged to use all_pos- •
elide didgence to preserve the purity of the ballot
box and secure a lair return of tile votes east.
The eh ction duplicate re t u rn sotes are counted,
will 'make ee thereof. oof
which, with the list of voters, shat be placed In the
ballot boxed. smith.. other taken possession of br s • •
the Return Judge: a .1 the ltetorn Juitges- ot the
several wards . hall present the same at 4 meeting
of R. tarn .lunged. to be held at the (Mnewn Coun
ell Chamber. on 2" e SHAY, osuivist• IPth,) at 10 ••
o'clock A. M. when they shall came. the dame ro be
added together. ancl.declare the result, the person receiving tun highest vote for eachbe de
elated the nominee ,
office to •
Tbe Return Judge!, at their meeting, will appoint
the City E eat tire Committee to serve for .the en
The Committee desire f o llow i nglthe aitentlonottile
stion Beards to the resolution, which
Wan nunPled at the last meeting of the Committee:
thiaT Ro r oked, That Ile: reetnimend to the Officers of
Itnary.-Xattetlon-ths, - enforcement of all legal
rules retztiauf ttlennallOcenon ot.voters at gen,
voter al we. ig
aftultitesto the regain:anent that ,
th ansui,bee a kuown member of ih6 Union
A . lesolutlon wa. ilk, passed itithorlzin; the , r
Melon- Boards to ell all vacancies occurring the
°Moe a of their respective deirlete.
_ •- A.•BllTLEK,Chalratan.
pEARscm secretary : • ati32lo'
, OFFICE OF CITY ENOtEEktt,
' • I ALLMON/DM CITY plug 1 161111.
OT/CE IS lIEREBI GIVEN
LI tom! palled Interested la We contoraetlolk.:
or dew, rain trieldfddleaad•Wast+rn Dl.triets gnat
Plans aprol ' , cations for lewrr on redoes): ,
•trtes. and also for one on Aedgwb.4 street
been novae's(' antilsrlll as open Ipso/Won
this ottlee until UKS PAY,' the 111411r.t.
aul:sl4 1 WAIL HAVIs. Pity n I D ear.
• LIRATHER. keN ' Pat--• 'i
ant. Au' iikolesimp Ad rplati. at WI sal
t.. Clair suit...,
• " J. & B. PWILLIIIII.
Itar`FIRST WARD, Pittsburgh.
GRANT AND COLFAX
The citizens of this ward, who are In favor of
GRANT AND COLFAX, are requested to meet in
the Ante-Room of &i(y Hall, THIS (Tuesday,)
EVENING, at 735 o'clock. to organize* Club.
G. W. COFFIN. Chairman.
W. R. HUNTER. Secretar aut:t97 _
FIFTH. WARD, Allegheny,
The Union Republican Totera of the Fifth waid.
.Allegheny. art r
to meet THIS (Tuesday.)
EVIL - NIN, at 74 o'clock. at the School House. for
pUrpose of org.snizing a GRANT AND CO
CLUB. Let there be a full ahem ; once. ani:t33LFAX
r, GRANT CLUB , 4th IFV4;trd.'.
The Republican citizens i f the Feurtli"Ward,
Pittsburgh. are requested to meet at the School
House, on TIES (Tuesday,) EVENING, August
.4t,b, IS6B, at 7h: o'clock, for the purpose of organ
ization, and to form a GRANT COLFAX CLUB.
au4: • • • MANY REPUBLICANS.
GRANT AND COLFAX CLUB,
OF SECOND WARD, ALLEGHENY,
Meets at SECOND WARD SCHOOL HOUSE, every
Tuesday Evening, at 8 O'clock.
W. P. PRICE, Secretary
rge - TRE FIRST WARD. GRAji
Cliirß, Allegheny City, will meet at 7:14
o'clock, 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, 6th inst., at
Washington Hall, Rebecca street, for tbe,transac
tiOn of important business. A full attendance is
av ,7 FOR MAY
JOSEPH A. BUTLER,
Of the old SIXTH WARD, Is a candidate for Mayor
subject to the decision or the voters at the Republt.
can Primary Election. •
rg - :: FOR MAYOR.
JARED M. BRUSH„
Ot.the old SIXTH WARD, is a candidate for Mayor.
suhiect to the decision of the voters at the Reubli
can Primary . Election. ' p
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WM., A. TOMLINSON,
FOR. CITY TREASURER.
-- FOR , CITY CON TROLLER,
FOR CITY CONTROLLEIL
ROBERT J. McGOATAN,
J. KING; President