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The GREAT WESTERHeifIN WORKS have tees
eintoool to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STREET, inhere
wit/ a Isom/a be found the most complete sesortment
of Guns, Pistols, Similituittlosi stid - li cu rrt"
Ins Material. Ac.. in tee atty.. ARE kinds Guns
and Pistoli carefully repaired. Oath paid for
ARMY RIFLER and REVOLVERS. Send/
for ttluetrated Otretziar. Agent, wanted in even/
town in the Meted States. ' leldreie. J. H. JOHN
.STON. 119 Smithite id Street, PWeburgh.
Igy - JOILN N. PIIRVWFCEI
Register in Bankruptcy for gid District.
Office. 116 FEDEBiL STREET, ALLEGHENY
air Mice Lout-9 A. M. to 15 P. X.
IRST — CHRISTIAN
CHURCH. corner Beaver street and Mont
gomery avenue, Alleghs.nn_JOSEPH SING. Pastor.
—Preaching , TO-MORROW (Lord's Day) at 1.03 t
A. S. and 73i
CHURCH, Rebecca street. near Gas Works,
Allegheny. 8. F. CROWTHER, Pastor. To.aton
ROW xonmlia, at 10)4 A. M. VALEDICTORY.
EVBNING, at IS, r. M., PAUL'S BENEDICTION
Sabbath School at r. Y. Public cordially Invited.
W a PLY 011 TH. CONGIIEGA
TION AL CHURCH. -Thera will be preach
lug SUNDAY MORNINU, at 1031, o'clock. In MO
ZART LULL, Seventh Avenue, by Rev. 8. C.
LORAN.' The public are cordially invited to at
eg - • z •• 1: El • :I • :
PITTI3I4IIGH, W. B. Gray, Pastor,
meets statedty In NEVILLE HALL. corner of Lib
erty and Fourth streets. Services every , Lord's Day
at 1034 A, is. and P. H. The public are cordially
CORNER OF GRANT AND THIRD STS.
—Pastor.Rev. A. BOSSERMAN. Preaching EVERY
SUNDAY at 101 A. m. and IS, F. u. Sesta free and
a, welcome to alt. ,
'LUTHERAN SERVICE in the
IL`nglish language will be held In the Ger
man Evangelical Lutneran Church, Rut Liberty,.
corner of Mill and Station streets, TO-MORROW
tbundav,l AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock; Rev• SAM•
lIEL LAIRD. officiating.
IIgrNOTICE.--CHARLES L. RE-;
MOND, the renowned Lecturer from the
State of Massachusetts, will speak In AVERY MIS
SION ciausoit, Nor th street, Allegheny City.
TO-MORROW, (Sunday, I Sept. 13th,. at 7 r. x.
0 ..0me one, come all. and hear . for yourselves.
• W 2. MESSIA. H ENGLISH EVAN.
GELICAt XATMEIERAN CHITROEI; ((en-,
aria Synod . Hand Street; below Penn, Eery. J. IL
W. STUCHENBERG.: Pastor: lieLigions services
regniarlyon SABBATH 'hereafter. ft zusdav ricboet
9A. sr. Preaching. .10% W. and 734 .P.
'Prayer Meeting and Lecture Wednesday evenings.
Friends of the congregation arid public are cordially
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Chemieidi;lolinds, Dyes,olls, Provisions.
and Priodttee or, everi,deseilidlon.
t• Buslnesi conducted on one-ludt tbelenns of other
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TAT Trig' DISTRICT COURT OF
• THE UNITED STATES, for the Western Die
• et of Pennsylvania. . .
ROBERT, C. SUTTON. a Bankrupt under. the
Iv Act of Congress of March 2d. 1587, having applied
for a discharge from ail Ida debts. and othcr clv
provable nhdersaid Act. by order of the Court, no
', tice is hereby given to all creditors who have proved
their debts ' r
other persons interested . to appea
on the 30theMy of September. MIS, at 10 - o'clock
' • A. at., before JOHN N. PUMVIANCE, Esq., Regis
:• !. at hist:dike; No-118 Federal Street, Allegheny
City, Pa., to show cause. if any they have why a
discharge should not be granted to the said Bank
. Vupt. And further, notice-is hereby given that the
b, Second and Third Meetings of creditors of the said
baakrapt.irequired bl the 7th 5111128th Sections
• of said Act, will be had before the said Register,
r. at the saittelime and place: •. . •
sel2m4o-8 S. C. McCANDLESS. Clerk. .
PRESS ARRIVAL OF,
; AT JAMEIi PHELAN'S
t Old Stand Stocking . Store,
No. St* ITIFTEI, STREET.
MEN's FIIIINISHING GOODS,
it FISK; CLARK & FLAGG,
,;• 58 White St, IL Y.
1 PEARL- -1111-FAIILIFLOII.O.
PEARL KILL ThreeSter Green Brant, we! to
•-:,* , ,
i 1 i FRENCH .• FAMILY FLOUR.
.. ~ , 71s Flour erll.l geaype 'eat out when espeet' ally
:•'. ' ;fr- ordered.
.., PEARL EILL i Ia;OI:TE BRUM • ' '
- - - ' toll to best St:Louis.'
. PEARL MILL RED: BRAND,
I.• Equal to beStObio rour.
WRITE COIGN FLOUR' AND COBS MEAL"
4. 9.15614.' ,' Piteei. Wiz.
TOIIIIIE CIDER VIIIEGAII,
OF OUR OWN . NANITFATMC!
For the Table and , Pickling.
It Is almost impossible to obtain 'Vinegar that
not been poisoned with drupe. Pot 7e
for a a rs pUre and
bs!h t preparing to meetthe 4
uful snide, which we are ell now able to supply
In Aziy-IMPeslired , ' 4;Ktasitit*.
4 1 :1 11 14": 1 gt..j
• 5e9;113 .'f PittsbUrgh.
.• • ;17 ;• 7
All persons haviagelaims against the Stetunboa
GIP,Y will 'Presesit tnetn 'for settleMent
• ately. to •
11. •CO AiNtillfiNßAWtellf •
; ' . Dtlanond , streeti Plitshargh•
GEO. BEENNIMAY. Muter.,
' OR Ritt:'''' ' • -
will sell it,: Gacictyty,
.8110 E sTpRE , , and
1 PRINTING - OPE/10E' tpi $lB,OOO.
To energetic basiness'm en'- this is'a good chance.
,it pays handsomely . Apply
JOHN A. HES'I',
711111 Avenpe, corner of Tunnel, Pittsburg la, 3'a.
.. , .., nelka3o. .
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YOUNG lIEVSIERCHTILELtBRARY -,
'• AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
8,800 re/nines in - the Lihraril.
All the leading itiMiAtflaii an dNkViSPAPERS
regularly received at the Iteiding Boom.
of Soots Sii,ooo vole. per annum. ‘.
. TEiNfl.--4013E DOLLARS A YEAS.
Rooms, Corner Penn and St. Clair Streets.
Ifir.Open from lit A(lt. to 11.4 P: X.
/fir Membership may commence at any time.
set2:x , l2 _ - _ • •
NEW CARPETS !
ARRIVED AND ARRIVING.
WE ,ARE. IN RECEIPT OF AN
immense stock of every de
scription of CARPETINGS,
new 'styles, for Fall Sales,
and which will be con
. stantly added to during the
THE VERY , LOWEST CASH PRICES
51 FIFTH SIIISEIN
A VERY LAREF STOCK OF
Bleached and Brown Muslims;
Tickings, Checks, Table Linen;
A Large Stock of Fancy Dress Goods.
A LARGE STOCK JUST OPENED,
wmitassis. AYR RETAIL, BY
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
Wed in the various SCHOOLS AND COLLWJES
of the cities of 'Pittsburgh, Allegheny and vicinity
PUPILS, TEACHERS and DEALERS supplied
Orders by mall promptly attended to
CHOU STATIONERY &REQUISITE
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
65 Wood Streef, Lafaiette Building
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tobacco, Cigars & Whiskey.
ISAAC STERN, , '
No. 161 Federal -Street, above the Markel,
AI,LEGH NY GITY PA .,
Respectfully noun es to his friends that be is
now offering hi. stoc , consisting of tbe
FINEST "CIGARS,: TOBACCO, &C.,
And the PUREST 1.1441/0119,
El 2. TITAN EVES OFFERED IN
liorltem,mber the Wimp,
14.1011 FEDERAL EIT.,-ALLsOlizxT CITT, FA.
av4tylo-TOS , , ,
ESICCATED CODFISH -7 . - A new,
- article, prepared for famlly use sad put tip in
one pound paper boxer with rieeipta for cooking
Ina variety of forms. TAT IT. For sale wholesale
and retail by JNO. A. ItENSTI6W,
se9 Cur. Marty and Sand street..
La Belle Balmorals,
AT LOW, PRICES,
178 Federal St., Allegheny.
A PULL ASSORTMENT Or ALL THE
WHOLESALE AND =An,
KAY & COMPANY,
PITTEBURGH GAZE - LE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1868
NOT4G i E.
WHEREAS, In - and .7 the I.3th Sectlote of the
Act of the (1-n eat ti sscmblv .4 Pennsylvania, pass
ed July R, 1839, entitled "4n Act relatsng to tbe
Elections of tuts tXnurnonwasith," is is eujoiaed e& die
Sheriff of every county to give notice of such elections to
be held, and enumerate in such notice what officers are to
be elated. In pursuance thereof, t SAMUEL B.
CLULEY, Sheriff of the county
of Allegheny. do there
fore make known. and give this public notice to the
electors of said county' of Allegheny, that . a GENERAL
.ELECTION. will be held in said county, on the eSC
;tidy TUESDAY, 13th DAY OF 00 f.thEll NEXT, at
the several Election District , . thevathomd ..
Wattages, By the Act - of Congress 'of the
United States, entitled "An Act to Amend the
several Acta heretofore passed 4o provide for the
Enrolling and Calling Out the National Forces,
and for other Purposes,” and approved March 3d,
one thousand eight hundred: and sixty-five. All
persons who have deserted the Military or Navel
Service of the United States, and who , have not
been discharged or relieved from the penalty on
disability therein provided, ate deemed and taken
to have voluntarily relinquished and forfeited
their rights to citizenship and their rights to be
come citizens, and are d-prived of exercising any
rights of citizens thereof, end - •
WHEREAS. Persons not citizens of the United
States, are not under the Constitution and laws of
Pennsylvania qualified electors of this Common
weelth. _ ~- . . •
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it
is hereby enacted by authority of the same, That
Id all elections hereafter to be held in , this Com
monwealth, it shall be unlawful for the Judge or
Inspectors of any - such election to receive any
ballot or ballots from any person or *tams em.
traced in the provisions and subject to the disa
bility imposed by said Act of Congress, approved
March 3, 1888, and it shall be unlawful for eny
such person to offer to vote any ballot or ballot..
Sao. 2. That if any such Judge or Inspectors of
election, or any one of them shall receive or con
.sent to receive any such unlawful ballot or ballots
from any each disqualified person he or they im
• offending shall be guilty of a nth:demeanor, and
upon conviction thereof in any Court of Quarter
Sessions of this Commonwealth, he shall for each
offence be sentenced to pay a line of not leserhan
one hundred dollars and to undergo an imprison
ment in the jail of the proper county for not less
than sixty days. ..- : . ~
Sao. 3. 'Frost if any 'person depriied of citizen
ship and disqualified as aforesaid shall. at, any.
election hereafter to be held - in this Common.'
Wealth, rote or tender to the officer" thereof- and
offer to vote, a ballot or 'ballots, any person so
offending shall be deemedgulltyof a misdemeanor,
and On conviction thereofidany Court of Quarter
Sections of the Commonwealth,chell for each of
fence be punished in like manner as la provided in
the preceding seetien of to ct, An. the aid tif
onicers rot election receivingh unlawful ballot
Sac. 4. That if. any Persen shall hereafter f)erc
Suede or advise any person or persons deprived
of citizenship, and disqualified as aforesaid to of
fer any ballot or ballots to the officers of any elec.
Hon hereafter to be hehl in, this commonwealth,
such person so offending shall be guilty olsimis
demeanor. and upon conviction thereof ht any
Court of Quarter Siesalthas of this- , Common
wealth, shall be punished la like manner as is pro
'lined in the second section of this Act, in the case
01 officers of such election receiving such unlawful
ballot or ballots;
And, further by the first section of the Act of
March 30,1864: •
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
Rouse of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and it
is hereby enacted by autnolity of the same, That
the qualified voters of the several counties of this
Commonwealth at all general, township, borough
and special elections, are hereby hereafter , author
ized and required to vote, by tickets printed or
written, or partly printed lied pertly ' written,'
serenity classified as follows: Ono , icket %hall.
embrace the names of all judges of courts voted
for, and to be labelled. outside, .',lndiciaryet one
ticket shall embrace the names of all state ofiliers
voted for, - and .be labelled " state; " one ticket
shall emrace the .natues of all county oMeers
voted for, including olbee of senator, member and
members of Assembly, if voted for and members
of Congress, if voted for, and be la:wiled ~c onnty;!,
one ticitet shall ranbrace the - nardes'of all town
ship officers voted for, and be labeled "townshipi”
one ticket shall e the names of a borough
officers voted , for m , and brace
be labelled oborou ll
each elan' shalt be deposited in separate ballot
Ana as directed by said-13t h section of the Act of
July, 1859, I hereby give iodic*, that every person
(excepting Justices of the Pesos) who' shall hold "anyoffice or appointment of proSt or trust, under the GUT.
errand of the United Stare, or atilt' State, ter of any
city, or incorporated district, whether a commissioned
officer or otherwise a subordinate officer or agent, who
is or shall be employed under the Ireslative,allantint
or judiciary department of this States or of the United
States, or of any city or incorporated district, and also
that every member of Congress. and of the State Legisla
ture, and of the 'elect or ocadioncouncil of any city, or
commissioners of any hicorPorated district, is by law -
Inapable of holding or exercising at the Maine time, the
office or appointment ofJudge,lnspector or Clerk, of any
election of this Commenwealtir, and -that no Inspector,
Judge or other officer of any such election shall be eligi
ble to any office to be then voted for.
And further. that by the 4th section 'of the Act of
(lord 16th, 1840, it is provided, that the aforesaid
13th section of the Act of July 21,1839, shall not be
ow coastrned as to prevent any 'online officer or borough
officer front serving as Judge, Inspector or clerk, st ens .
turret or special election in, this Commonwealth.
The elector* of the First Ward of the city of Pitts•
burgh to meet at the Public School Houser:turd Ward.
The electors of the Second Weed of the city of Pitts
burgh so meet at the Public School Rouge to aid Ward.
The electors of the Third Ward of thee:duo:Pitts•
burgh to meet at the edublng shop of Addy 'A Wil
liams.; corner of m
Sixth and cmithtield streets, in said
Theelectors of the Fourth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public School Rouse In said
Ward. . , • .
The electors of the Fifth Ward of the city of Pitts
bergi t, meet at the O ffi ce of the Clerk of the Or
phan ' Court, in the Court House in said Ward.
Tbet electors of the Sixth Ward of the city of Pitts
burgh to meet at the Public School House on Ann
street in said ward.
The electors of the Seventh Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public School House In said
The electors of the Eighth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh will meet at the liouse of Henry Wilson.
corner of Franklin and Fulton streets in said Ward.
The electors of the Ninth , Ward of the city of Pitts
burgh to meet acthe Public school House in said
The electors of the Tenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the lamb Tavern, corner of
Penn and Mechanic streets In said Ward.
The electors of the Eleventh Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public hchool House In
said Ward. .
The electors of the Twelfth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh, to meet at tile Public School House In
The electors of the Thirteenth Ward of the city
of Pittsburgh to meet at the Public School House In
The electors of the Fourteenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public School Rouse in
The electors of the Fifteenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the -Public School House in
The electors of the Sixteenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the - Wigwam, earner o. Men
and Pearl street/11n said Ward.
The electors of the Seventeenth Ward of the city
of Pittsburgh to meet at the Public ;School House in ,
The electors of the Eighteenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public. School House in'
sand Ward. • •
The electors of the. Nineteenth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Hollow School House on
Mill street in said Ward.
The electors of the Twentieth Ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at Batters School, House In
said Ward.__ e
The electors of the Twenty-First Ward of the city
of Pitteburgh to meet at the Wigwam. corner of
Sprlog street and Puekety Road in said Ward:
The electors of the Twenty-Second Want of the
city of Pittsburgh to meet at Irwin School House In
The electors of the Twenty-Third Ward of the
city of Pittsburgh to meet at Hazierrood School
HOUe in said Ward.
The electors of tile First ward of' the eity of Alle
wiMyto meet at-the Public School House in said
The electors of the Second ward of the illy of
'Allegheny to meet at the Brick school House, cor
ner of Palo Alto and Shannapin streets, - in said
- ward. '
The eleitors of the Third ward of the city of Alle
gheny. first precinct; to meet at the Public School
Howe In s seici ward; the eleetore second precinct,
Third ward, to meet at the house of lleorge tient in
The electors of tho. Fourth ward of the alt? of Al
legheny. first precinct,' to meet at the School House
on Sandusky street: the ele , tors of the second pre
cinct to meet- at thcrhouse of Mrs. . M.• Hordde, fon.
Tarty Mrs. Peck, at the corner orChestnut and Main
streets. In bald Ward. -
The electors of,the Fifth ward of the city of Ails
iwnamlradofwAsitiedlihchT Val:Coh .
gheny to meet et Om School House, cornerof Char
at the School Helanteitrnelyncellit
_lets ited Fayette , •
otrectito in said Ware.' . •
. The electors of the Seventh ward of the ally of Al
legheny, to meet at the boniest Dune Lets, le said
, wardi • , •
The,electots of the Eighthward,eitypf Allegheny,-
go meet, at the Pithil3Sehoot liclase en River Avenue.'
in said - Ward. , -., , • . .. , • - .....'-
The electors of the'Berough 'of illnribi l itliam, first
Precinct. tomcat at the pribilo School met- see ,
odd Precinct,"et the Butgese .9410e5. la esid„,Bor.;-
°ugh. I"''"'' ' 'it - tt 't
- Ifibe electors of he boroug ,o , as ß i r mingham.
to teem at the School House No. 4, hi said borough.
i he electors of the borottich ofdlinupaburg to meet
at the Public School House on North Cana street; in
The electors of the borough oflie..Keesport,to meet
at the Town Hall in said borough. .
Tbe,electors of lickberou lilt of..Tempersnoville.
to meet at the Tiabitc behoor Hehise; in Bald bor
. he electoriottbi borough' 6(Bouth'Pitttbiigh:
. to meet at tutrigahttoftbuol tiounyeornerotltation
ratreet a (Id Brownsville Turnpikeltoselle,--,,ee.
- "The - electors of the borough of Westiltteburgh to
meet ag the School House in said borough. --
The electors of the borough of West lillila 93ol to
me , tat the Peel lc School Rouse, in said borough.
The electors of the borough of bor oug h:`o meet
at tile Public echool House,' in said '
The electors of the borough-of Elizabeth, to meet
at the home of Daniel Sarver, in said borough. ',"
Thit Oceans bf thelotetigli of td . eteicklt their
at the Public School Hou s e, its said boroug h.
The electors of.liouongainea borne', to meet at
the Publle Schoolhouse in said borough.
The electors ratite borough of Mount Washing
ton, to meet at the School House in said borough.
The electors of the borough of Braddock's Field
to meet at the PubliebehoolHouse. in said borough.
The electors of the •boreugh of Bellevue, to meet
at the store f Henry Willtains.in said borough.
The electors of (
Houseog of Mlinale to meet at
the Pub' c School in said borough.
.The electors of tee borough of Ormsby to meet at
the Public School House in slid borough.
The electors of Wilklne Township to meet at the
Public School House in the 'tillage Of Wiikinsherg,
in said township.
The electors of Plum Township, to meet at the
house of John Sommerville. In sabl township.,
Tne e l ectors of Patton Towns tip to meet St the
honte of Mrs. Jane Taylor, on th Northern Turn
pike in said township.
Ihe electors of Penn Townslt p. to meet at the
house of Robert Donal‘lson, on th • Leechburg road
ie said toviship. • •
The electors of Versaille.s Town hip to meet at the
Public s chool House on the fa of David Shaw.
near the white - house formerly copied by Thomas
Neal—now by Wm. A. Shaw.
And by order of Court,. the.To nship of Elizabeth
having been divid •
edinto two ell non districts, the '
electors residing ;within the f Hewing described
hounds to be known as Precinct No. Id: Beginning
at a black oak tree on thetank o the 'Youghiogheny
river. on the line dividing lan sof Wm. Douglass
and J. H. Graham; thence no th eighty-four (841
degrees, west thirty-three and One-half (33)4) per
ches to a post; thence north to psix. (46) degrees,
west seventy.five (15 perches o a post attlin public
road leading from Greencak t Elizabeth - ll:nought
thence north sixty and three-f urths (60N) degrees,
west fifi v-six (56) perches to post; thence south
eighty-eight and three-fourth (.110) degrees, west
thirty-two and sit-tenths (3 6-10) perches to a
poet; thence north eight (5) egreetl, west sixty
nine (691 perches to a point; t snce south seventy
and thiee•tourths (70U) deg ees, west four (4)
perches to a post: thence se [Oben(11) egrees
west one hundred and eighty- o (1132 'perches to
the Youghiogheny river. an thence by the said
river to the plive of be:diming to meet at the Public
School House in the village f Greenoak, in sald
And the remainder of said T wriehip of Elizabeth
not described In the said abo e boundaries to be
known es Precinct No. 1, the e ectors to meet at the
house of Daniel Sarver, an th Borough .of Eliza
The electors of Jefferson To nship to meet at the
house of Michael Snee, formerly occupied by John
King in said township.
• Tue electors of iii to Township to meet at the
house of Samuel Wilson, formerly ocsupled by Jas.
H. Nell in said township.
The electors of Upper St. Clair Township to meet
at the house of Hugh Morrow In said township.
The electors of Lower St, Clair Township to meet
at the house lat•ly kept by F. Helle, at the junction
of the Birmingham and Coal Hill roads, in said
• • The electors of Chartiers Township to meet at the
house of Wm. Obey, on the Pittsburgh and Steuben
- -And by order of the Court, the Tcwnehip of Rob
'neon having been divided into two election dis
tricts, the electors residing within the following de.
scribed bounds to be known as Precinct No.l, com
mencing on Chartiers creek, on the eastern ride of
lend township, at the - mouth of a run on the Thorn
burg farm; thence up said run to its inters ection _
with the Baldwitsoy .2Coblestown road. near School
House No. 1; thence along said Noblestown or
Baldwin road. near School House No. 1; thence
along said road to its intersection with Campbell's
Run: thence up said run and by the sonth fork there
of to the cross-cut road at or near the old'saw
on the Mitchell farm; thence southwardly along said
•road to its, intersection of the Baldwin or Nobles
town road; thence along said road to intersection
with Lorrain run, on tile Lorraine farm; thence
sonthwirdly along said rUn tO Robinson run; thence
down along said bobinsoe's mete Chutiers creek;
themse down said creek to the place of beginning—
to meet attlie pub la house of Ely Wicoff. -
And the remainderof said Township of Robinson
not described in the! old above boundaries to be
known as Precinct No. Sl,' .0131 electors , to meet at
'the house-of Sarah McFarland, formerly Audits?
• The electors of Findley Townshtp lo meet at the
house of McClelland A. Antler, formerly occupied
by J. Charles, in the village of Clinton, in said
The electorsef Moon Township to meet at School
House No. 5, in st'd township.
The electors of Ohio, Township to meet at Duff's
Mills,"ln said town•nip.
The electors of eranklin Township to meet at the
house occupied by Isaac Neely,. In said township.
The electors at Marshall Township to meet at the
storehouse Of.lainet Neely.t n said township.
• The electors of Reserve Township to meet at the
house of Rudolph Lwidie, on Troy Hill, in said
Baldwinjlnd th e
having ordereonfdithe tg,7=llA`Pditf
tents, the electors residiug within the following de
'Scribed bounds mho known as Precinct No 1 : Be
ginning at the mouth of Street's run, on toe Monon
gahela river: thence down said riser to the centre
of Beck's run, on Bee of Lower St- Clair township;
thence south along said line to Noble's old saw mill,
on the mouth is , ' run:thence east themean
deriugs of said run to Street's run: thence north
along said run to the place of beginning, Including
the farms of Lafferty and Brindle and the tenement
houses belonging to liabesman & Co.'s Cosi Works.
to meet at the Public Scheel House in the village of
And the remainder' of said lownshitl of Baldwin
not•ileinribe4 in the said above boundaries to be
known as Precinct No. S. the electors to meet at the
Publichip. school House in said preeint lw said town
Thwelectors of McClure township tb meet at the
school house, near the House of Refuge, on Wood's
Run, In said township.
The electors of Snowden township to meet at the
house of Peter Boyer, in said township.
The electors of South Fayette township to meet at
the house of H. Hays, on the farm of G. Y. Coul
ter, lased township., . .
The electing of North Fayette .towtish)p to. meet
at the house formerly occupied by Francis Jamison,
at Rodgers' hint, in said township. •
The electors of Ross township to meet at the Five
Mlle House, formerly kept In Leon Marumaux, on
the Allegheny and Perrysville Plankroad, In said_
The etcetera of Pine township to meet at the house
of James Trimble, In said township.
The electors of McCandless township to meet, at
the house of Frank Morrison, In said township.
The electeirs of West Deer township to meet at the
public school house at the month .of Bailey's Run.
The electors of Fawn township to meet at the
school house No. 2. in said town&lp. •
• The electors of Neville township to meet at school
house No. 1 (thereafter to be rolled Chaplin.)
The electors of Sewickley township to meet at the
house of Samuel Ritchie, in said township.
The electors of Indiana township to rivet at the
house formerly occupied by—Alex. `Turner. in said
The qualified voters of that part of Indiana town
ship. In Allegheny county. residing within the fol
lowing described boundaries. to wilt Deginnte g at
a point on the Allegheny river. at the upper line on
the farm of John Cable, and running a Nonherly
course between the farms of said Cable and John
t ß hen d e o u h n iNgo r•t h W at t c rloyrnou r of Cio
township line, In such a manner as to embrace all
farms or lots situated In Cunningham's district,
and known as the river tracts.. within said bounda
ries, shall hereafter vote at the general election in
the borough Of Sharpsburg, at the , election poll , of
The b orough.
electors of Shaler township to meet at John
Shaw's Mill. In said townships)
The electors of Crescent township to meet at the
School House, in bhousetown.
The electors of Hemp ori Township to meet at the
house of Win. Peters, ln Lad Township.
The electors of Union Tosrnship to meet at the
house of Junes Moles, In said Towngtdp.
And by the order of the Court, the Township of
Scott having been divided In'o two election. dims
tracts the electors residing within the following
described bounds to be known as Precinct No. 1:
Lying west of the Washington turnpike road from
its point of intersection with the northern line of
said township to as pant of intersection with Char
tiers creek, to meet at the Public School House in
the village of Mansfield.
And all that other_portion of said township lying
east of the Washington turnpike to be known as
Precinct No. SI, the electors thereof to meet at the
public haute keel by Thomas Alderson, on the old
Washington road in said township,
_ The electors ihland Township. to meet at the
-Publie School house, of Bakerstown.
At which time and places the qualified electors as
aforesaid will by ballot vote fur:
One person for Auditor General of Pentillitinill.
One person for Surveyor General of Pentisylvanta.
One person for District Attorney of Allegheny
One person for Assistant District Attorney of Al
One person for Controller cie Pen nsy lvania.ty
One person tor State Senate of
Pennembers of the House ?f Retire
sentetives of ylvania.
One person for Ctentilissioner of Allegheny county.
One person for.litirveyor of Allegheny county.
.And the - citizens of the several Boroughs and
Townships will elect one person for Director of the
Poor of Allegheny county.
And the electors aforesaid, residing north and
p . w el eS igg. n w i ltl i truti l l• d a A nil le r e Uro r ii v e er cOn t:tni k Cetilan.
Tiveo y-Third Co i ngressiongl District, will elect
one person to represent said district in the Con
gress of the United _States.
And the electors .aforesaid, not residing In the
above' district, will elect die person to . represent
the Twenty-second District in the Congress of the
United States. _
Given under my hand and seal this 11th dty of
September, . • .
SOME& cLuisr, Sheriff.
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House Fume Pimps,
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alm Di s eas e shronle Derangements of the Liver'
and connected therewith.
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LUGS ROCK—Pint Bottles.—Pnorinnas
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ary diseases. (Call for a Circular?)
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on draught, made from purest merials and
served wild Syrups made from TEM.
9 I can tarnish Siphon Bottles to persons desiring
either Kissinger, Vichy or Soda Water an dranghe
at Or homes. Waters retaining same suength
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760 Penn St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
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the afflicted to' title great remedy. arid offer gratis
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WILL -'BE AN INDEPEND&NT CANDIDATE
Al THE OCTOBER ELECTION."
w'cLl l 3'l7AT.s' TEmPERANc4
Fos COUNTY Opt MISSIOXIS,
Of Fourth Ward, Alleybeny City, nominated In
County Convention, August 35tb. seBwBB•d&T
Arc requested to meet at Franklin Street School
MONDAY EYKNINH,at SW
For tba purpose of nominating three additional
*ILL BE HELD TN FRONT OF
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 12th,
AT 73 1 ' O'CLOCK
JUDGE BOND, of Baltimore 4
Geo. KING, of Baltimore;
Will address the meeting.
COM. ON 'ijrEAKERS do MEETINGS
WTHE EXECUTIVE COMMIT..
TNE of the
GRANT VETERAN PHALANX
WILL MEET AT
On Monday, September 14, IS6S,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
A full attendinee- of the Committee is requested,
as the programme for the campaign will be organ
EDWARD JAY ALLEN, Chairman.
SAMUEL KILOORt, Seey
IREPUBLI CAN IIEETECGS
will be held at the times and places follow
log, and will be addressed as indicated':
SATURDAY, Sept, 12th, 1868.
HARE'S HOTEL, 4th ward, Pittsburgh, at 734
r. Y. Judge BOND and Gen. SING. of Bala
GLZITWOOD, at Vi P. x. W. T. RAINS and C
W. ROBB, Eau.
TURTLE CREEK, it 4 F. X. A. M. BROWN,
Esq., sod Col. RUSSELL EREETT, Esq.
CLINTON, at P. x. Col. T. M. BATNE and
THOMAS twniG, ESq.
LIBRARY; Snowden tcrernstdp, at 2P. at. Gen. J.
H. MOORHEAD and Gen. F. H. COLLIER.
PLKNEINTON , S Walla,. Pine township. W. S.
PURVIANCE and Hon. JAS. L. GRAHAM.'
BRIDGEVILLE". Upper St. Clair township. THOS
TIMPERANCEVILLE, at 73c e,. M. W. C. MORE
LAND and L. P. STORE, Efate
MONDAY, Sept: 14th, 1968
ISTE WARD. Pittsburgh, (late lst Ward, Law
renceville,) at the stand on Butler street. A Pole
will be raised at same time. - tiont P. C. SHAN
RON, R. J. POWERS and W. C. MORELAND. •
4TH WARD, Allegheny, at Bismarck Hotel, on
'Chestnut street, at 734 P. X. Col. J. M. THOMP
SON and W. S. MeCIINE,,Esg.'
ELIZABETH TOWNSHIP, at School House. IT
P. AtUELLEB. and RUSSELL EIiIIETT, Esqs.
BRALERVILLE, at 7r. M. Hon. T. J. BIGHAM
andBADIEIEL HARPER, Esqs. ' •
By older of Committee on Speakers and Meettnas.
- . E. A. MONTOOTH, Chatrman.
JNO. S. LAMIIIE, Secretary. ser.!:x39
Re 'Oilcans of Westein Pennsylvania,
THUBSDAY, September 24, 1868.
The Republican State Central 'Committee has or
dered a GRAND MASS CONVENTION to be .held
in this city on the A 4-th of September. Inst.
The Republicans of Western Pennsylvania are
urgently invited to come, en masse. to this Conven
tion. and so help the good cause along.
Arrangements will be made. as far as possible.
with the Railroad Companies for Excursion. Trains
and Tickets to the Convention. '
Itntinent,speakers. have been. invited, and their
names will be announced in due season.
A Grand Torchlight Procession
Will take place on the night before the Convention,
and all GRANT CLUBS and TANNERS• CLUBS
are invited to take part in it.
A DAYLIGEIT PROCESSION
Will for on THURSDAY MORNING, and an in
vitation se extended to all trades and associa
tions to be represented in it. The various GRANT
and TANNER CLUBS will also take part in it, and
the Republicans of the county are expected to turn
out in full force, in wagons and on horseback.
The Republicans of the various districts of Alle
gheny county are earnestly urged to make arrange
ments, at once, for their share in the demonstration.
The Steamboatmen, Firemen, Butchers, Dray
men, Moulders, Glans Blowers, Puddlers, Rollers,
Machinists, Carpenters, Brick and Stone Masons,
cad men of every other trade, are invited to consult
together and arrange for such part as each may
choose to take in the procession.
REPUBLICANS! Let us have a Rally , Forthy of
the days of 1860 and 1504!
By order of the
see STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
"THE OLD METHODIST
• GRAVEYARD DIFFICULTY.—AII Lot
Owners and others, Interesred In the Old Seventh
Ward Metnodist Graveyard, are requested to ss
tend a meeting to be held on Mt AND
3 4th Wit. at the OLD SEVENTIWARD SCHOOL
HOUSE. Every Lotholder urged to be present.
Very important. THE COMMITTEE.
OT 0 ICS OF TIM 110Yromoairra. A Damon CO.,
Pittsburgh, Sept. 4. 1808.
far"THE PRESIDENT AND MAN
AGERS of this Company have tills SHARE,
a Dividend of TWO DOLLARS PER SHARE,
Payable to Stockho'ders or their le 10t
lives on and alter Thursday, September h, ',the
Banking House of N. Holmes A Sons. ST 31arket
street. JAMES H. WRIGHT,
• Prrreotriten, June Seth , 1868.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
THE BANE OR PITTSBURGH.
will apply to the Legislature of Pennsylvanit.
its next session, for a renewal of its Charter, with
is present authorised . Capital of Twelve Hundred
JOHN _HARPER, President.
Attest; WM. ROSEBURG, Cashier.
that BOONS TOR SUBSCRIPTION to the
Capital Stock of the Company to erect a Rride over
the Allegheny Rlyei, Liam Eitalliststi in the City
of Pittsbhrgh, lo the County d'r Allegheny. to the
Allegheny and Butler Plank Road, at or near the
mduth of flirty'a Run, incorporated by tin Act of
the ()foetal Assembly of this Commoonialth. ap
proved the twenty-sixth day of March, A. D. nag.'
It* be opened at the otdee of SILL '&IOIHrTERL .
On - Butler street, to the Seveatienilt-WW of said
City of Plttabargh, on the TENTH DAY OFII 4 d 1144 SEP
TEMBER. NEXT, at 10 o'clock t.'% :of
John W. Riddell, , I S. J. Wainwright.;
s.llMitterly, Jame 6 L JElennetg ,
J. B. Poor,
D.J)epsel. • • .
L. Fellbaug. ,4 -
R. Coates, ' - • •
wm. - • ste
John J. William* ,
T. R. dill,
Yr. R. Stewart,
•M, ltteCullough, Jr.. '
B. S. Hanna.
W. T. Purmanee,
Y an ou
Israel C. Pershing,
N. P. Reed,
' Pittsburgh, August Sib