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M' I rTH AND STH WARDS
GRANT AND COLFAX CLUB,
Meets at the School House,
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, AT 5 O'CLOCK,
To Drill and tare part in the GrtAND TORCH
LIGHT DE3I ,NSTRATIos.
Caps, Capes, Torches, S c., in readiness. :se2l. :
rge - COMUL'ANY
"GRANT HUSSARS. . " -
Will meet THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, on
Liberty street, opposite HARE'S HOTEL, at fliY‘
o'clock, chary, fully equipped, for PRi4CESSION
of this evening. • D. DAINShATH, JR., '
sea i • Captain Commqndlag. •
ATTENTION! 4TH WARD,
The delPgation of the Fourth Ward. Allegheny
City.' to the T ,, rclillgot - Procession an Wednesday
'Evenly SetitembPr. 23d, will form ea LACGiK
STREET, the right to-Ling on Anderson street,
promptly at 7 o'c'ock: and on Thursday Morning,
Sept. 24th. at 9 o'clock.
,19.92,f D. BAILEY, Chief Marshal,
5e.12:x98 .• 4th Ward, Allegheny City.
NAT NAL G ARKS. -
You will, assemb e on PITT .TREET, darter of
Liberty street, a. it.: o'clock r. M. precisely.
Ity order of J. S. SCROONMaKER,
READQUARTERS FOURTH GRAND DIVISION,
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 22, 186 S.
WGENERAL ORDER NO. 1.--
The Crmwanding ()Meer of file Fourth
Grand Division desires the members of his Staff to
meet him at Gen. A . L. Pearson's office. 64 Grant
street, on THURSDAY, at 9 'o'clock .M. The
Alas-de-Camp will wear Blue Sashes, with White
Rosettes, Black Hats and White Gloves.
By order of CHARLES
Commanding Fourth Grand Division.
GaO. W. GILLESPIE, A. A. G.
Eyery member of Companies A and P. will be
present at CITY HALL,. at 6.' o'clock, sharp. .
Company C. (Eleventh Ward,) will report at 7
o'clock, sharp. • -.
All pereioni wishing to johi this organization will
call at CITY,HALL by 4 o'clock P.
By order of JOS. BROWNE.
"SECOND . WARD, Allegheny,
The deleration to the Torchlight Procession on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, from the SECOND
WILL -011111 ON NORTH AVENUE,
In front of the School House, MOM o'clock P. It.,
promptly. By order of .
ALEXANDER WILSON, Chief Marshal.,
Capt. W. E. STEWART. Chief. seeM:Y5
lATTENTION, BUTCH*. RS.-
At a meetinz of the Butchers of Allegheny
County, the following named persons were elected
as officers to serve at the Gran 4 Convention;
Chief Marshal—JOHN EARL.
Assistant Marshall—Hcgiz Richardson, William
Hosack. Fred. Betistein„ Geo. Evans, H,.nry Mos
ier, James Sanderson. Henry Metz.
All Butchers nevorabie to Grant and Colfax are
requested to assemble (mounted) in the DIAMOND,
ALLEGIIEN Y CIXY, op
Thursday, at 9 o'clock A. M.
The uniform to consist of White Shirt, Blue Scarf.
Red4bish and Hign Ha . It is earnestly requested
thatbvery Lo at Butcher will be in line at the time
and place designated. By order. /
sere - JOHN EARL, Chief Marshal.
Ilgr HEADQUARTERS SECOND
GENERAL ORDER No.
The Stan' Officers of the SECOND DIVISION,
Col. E. JAY . ALLEN; Commanding, 'will meet at
Executtve Committee Dooms,
THIS- 4Vdnesday,i AFTEuicomi, at ' 4 o'clock.
Prompt attendance Is requited..
Maj. SAMUEL KILGORE,
• 5e23:16 ! • Assistant Adjutant General.
arNOTICE_ TO . -
To those of the Fire Departments of Pittsburgh,
Allegheny City and the Borough of Birmingharn,
who will participate. In : the Torchlight Procession
this evening, the following general Order is Issued:
Yon will form on Grant steeet, right mating on
Water street, in the following order: .
`Chia Engineer John H. Hare.
Chief Engineer James - E. Crow.
Assistante, Frank Kolteeker and John Steele. •
Brass Band. -
Borough' of Blrmlagham
- Companies are expected to be In line at half-past
7 o'clock, as the Procession will move at 8 o'clock.
sharp. By ordei
r4rll E A D r -
QII A It TEES ALLE
GHENT COUNTY EXECUTIVE COM
- • CITY lIA.LL, ,Sept. fflad, 1568.
- GENERA L ORDERS, NO. 1.
I. All Aida to the Chief Marshal for Torchlight
Procession will • -
REPORT AT BIONONUARELL ROUSE,.
On WEDICESDAY. ; ffiId Inst., ael o'clock r. at., to
Col. WM: B. - NEEPEIt; -Chief of Staff, who will as
sign them to their respective positions. •
The Division Commanders will hold their
commands in readiness to move at 8 o'clock' 'r. x.,
By order of •
• - , Chief Marshal..
-- WM. B. NEEPER, Chief of SUM •
ea3:ylo • • •
IigrALLEG I FIEISY CITY, SEPT.
HEADQUARTERS 4111 GUARD DIVISION.
General Order' No. 1.
The undersigned having baen appointed to take
charge of the Fourth DiVielOn, to be composed of
the various delegations from Allegheny City, the
following order la promulgated for the guidance of
Major W. R. NEEPER, Chief of Staff.
Capt.GUST. 14-tiILAUM, Adjutant General.
— Capt. A. W.Hredel. Lieut. 80b..'
Capt, W. E. Stewart, ' MaJ. W. ICI:lope,
Alexander Wilson, Dennis Mullen,
Betislein. Lewis Qbaefer. Esq., •
Cant. B. F. Jennings, R. A. CAmeron,
Geo. - Monl, Esq., W. M, McClintock,
Capt. Chas. A. SaMTIL Th mpson,
Geo. I'erkuld, , Capt. Wm. P.. Herbert,
W. D. HON -t. furies Cutler.
Lieut. J. M. Kelsey, Wm. C. Murray.
Capt. J. 11. Grenet, - •
ORDER OF FORMATION..
First Ward, Allegheny, form on _Robinson street ,
(weet, ) right resting on
Beeotd Ward on Oblo, (west,) right resting on
Federal street. .
'third Ward on Ohio, (east,) right resting on Fed-
Fourl b Ward form on Robinson, (east, )right rest
ing on Federal stre.t. ,
Fifth Ward form on Lacoclr, right resting on Fed
eras street. $ $
• Sixth Ward form on Rebecca street, right resting
on Craig. .
Seventh Ward form on Federal street, right rest
ing on Ohio street.
kighth Ward form on LacOok street, (east,) right
resting on Federal.
By order. V CHARLES BARNES,
• Commanding Fon , th Grand Division.
GUST. L. Ritallr,, AdJt- Gen.
HEADQUARTERS UNION REPUBLICAN EXEC- }
UTIVE COMMITTEE OF ALLEGOENY CO.
The Alds desig..atml by the Commander cf the
Fourth kirand Dirt:fon t I melt at Wiaaon's Liv
ery blaloe, AllCJliony Diamond, at co o'clock;
sharp, W.EON k.I•DAY A PllOl.l.slOON, 934 inst.
Sea ,rourth (fraud DlTibion.
GRANT' AND COLFAX
TORCIILMIT PROCESSION !
Wednesday Eyen43g, Sept. 23.
GREAT WESTERN BRASS BAND
lef 'Marshal- Col. JOS. •B`ROWNE.i .
• Chternf Stair—Col. W 1.1
W. . NEEL'EIi'.
Adjutant General—JAMES S. 'PATTERSON.
W. C. MOreland, I H. M. Long.
John H. Hare, l Col Joseph Make,
James S. Patterson, j Tames Mawhinner,
John Megraw; • John Gin a,
Henry Have, ' Ales. MeJunkin,
Win. A. Herron, Wai. R. Boggs,
Charles Jeremy,,_ Geo. Wilson, lit ward,
Capt. B. W. Morgan, James MeGunnegle,
Y, McKee. This, r.candrett,
Jim. Black. Turtle Clr, John K. Brown, -
Capt. W. M. Daigle Geo. W. Collin.
Capt. It. B. parainson,"! Cant. W. H. tihry.
Abe Patterson,l Capt. S. T. Palsies,
Wm. rim son, Cant. James E. Burns,
C a nt. J. 3f. Lar, r, i N. P. Beta,
Samuel H. Baird, I Capt. M. K. Moorhead,
M. D. Brush. Geo. B. Mitchell,
Major J. J. I,l.wson, John McDonald,
Capt. W. IL Cook, David 1,. Crawford,
Martin t-haffer, Geo. Dilworth,
Richard Perry. John H. Kerr.
Daniel O'Neal, i Capt. D. It. Ferguson:
Cant. C. C. Taylor, c•,pt. A P. 31orrikon,
Wm: M. Claney, hallos Hartman.
E. V. McCandless, Capt. Geo. W. Dean.
Aids to Chief M•rshal will wear red ,ash.
Escort to Cater Marshal—Natmnal Guards, tinder
command of Capt. bCHUONMAKER.
°MUGU CONTAINTEG 311171 TED GUESTS
Chief of Staff—Col. E. A. Iftintooth
- • • -
Adjutant General—Major J. 10..Slagle.
Inspector General—Col. John Glenn.
Chief of Artillery—Major Joseph M. Knap.
Quartermaster General—Major li..3forton.
Commissary tieneral—Capt. W. D. McCallum
Hon. James L. Gmham, Lieut. P,. R. Jones, •
Major A, 31. Brown, Lieut. Robert Wilson,
Major S. Po ey, T. P. Houston, Esq.,
Capt. W. H. waketleld, W. F. Haney, Esq.,
Capt. J. C. Bartley, J. E. McKelvy, ?sq.,
Capt. .1. H. Elliott, C. S. Ammond, Esq.,
Capt. J. H. Walter, , John S. Lamble, Esq.,
Lieut. W. McCune, H. C. Mccorrtrick,
Lieut. H. B. Campbell. I Frank Ardary.
The Division will be composed of Grant Hussars,
Butchers and Draymen. ana other mounted delega
flora. Will form on Monongahela Wharf, right
resting on Smithfield.
Of Pittsburgh, Allegheny and Boroughs, under the
CIIIHF Ilarcuizzn, JOHN H. HARE.
SECOND GRAND DIVISION.
DE. W. J• GILMORE, Commanding. Col. GEO
F. MORGAN, Chief of Star.
Capt. J. D. MeFat land, r Alex. G. Bradley,
Samuel Young. , ' Geo. F.:Mel ean, --
Col. I'. M. Bayne, H. B. Miller, •
Joseph A. Butler, Capt. A. H. Helsel',
Maj. E. A. Moutooth, George Evans.
Capt. Matt M. IFeiker. • Capt. J. B. Palmer,
Capt. G. W. Gillespie, .'Edward . •
Wm. G. Stubb4.. : Capt. R. D. Humes,
Col. John A. Hanks, - Capt. Nick Way,
F. M. Magce, _ Capt. A.C. Critchlow,
Alex. McCurdy. Capt. Denny O'Neil, .
Henry Murray, James Bradley,
Col. J. B. Copeland. Will M. Harken.
Capt..Davld if. Craig, Geo. V. marshal!,
Capt. 1, R. Oxley. Johnson West.
Samuel Hill. •
The Diviiion will be composed of the various vis
iting Clubs. Will form on Water street, right met
ing on Smithfield.
Col. J. W. BALLENTINE, Commanding
litrmtugbam—Caps. George S. Wood, Cant. E.
G. 'Creahan. Lt. S. A. Barr, Lieut. Fred. .Albright.
-..South Pittsburgh—David Jones, Dr. J. B. Rob
erts; Isaac Vi , chen teln. • -
, Monongahela-Nathan Brokaw.'
West Plttaburgh—Adam Weaver, Louts Aurin.
TemperancevlLe Dr. W. J. Smltb, John S. Hun
ter, W. C. Taylor, F. C. Dorrington.
Chartiera—Capt. James L. Graham, Robert Hod
gens. . _
Union—Frank roach, Wm. McDonald.
The Division will be composed of the Clubs south
of the Monongahela and 01110 Rivera. Will form on
Monongahela Suspension Bridge, right resting on
Water street. - .
FOURTH GRAND DIVISION.
Gen. CHARLES BARNES, Commanding.
Chief of Staa-lta or W. B. HEZLE.P.
Adjutant Bentral.:iiapt. G. L. BALAUN.
- Capt. A. W. Kredel, -
Fred. ReSistine. EsQ.•
Capt. W. Stewart,
Alex. Wilson. Eeq.
Capt. B. V. Jentatigs,
George Sfonl. Esq..,
George Parkin, ivaq.,
Capt. Chas. A. Killer, i
Lt. W. D. Bois,
Lt. J. H. Kelsey, I
The Division' will be e.
from Allegheny City. Will
right resting on Water.
Capt. CHAS. 'NS". BATCHELOR., Commanding
Dr. A. H. Grote, John Scott, Jr.,
Lewis Winter, W. H. Morrison,
C.P. Duff, Christ. Hans,
I Harry Harms. Dr. S. F. Arenburg,
Frank Ardary, C. H. Bradley,
C A. Scott, 'Thos. McConnell,
Cap'. D. Holmes, Henry Baum.
Roland Smith, Dr. P. Percbment,
Capt. K. C. Negley, " G. W. Hallman,
A. P. McWilliams,' Samuel ruttier.
Thomas I Hartley. Richard T. bompson.
This Divrticaiwill be coMposed of Clubs from the
Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fgt. enth. Sixteenth. Sev
enteenth. Eighteen h, nineteenth, Twentieth,
Twenty-first. Twenty-.econd and Twenty-third
wards. Will form on Market street, right testing
on Water. ' ' ,
SIXTH GRAND DIVISION.
Gen. A. L. PEARSON commanding.
Thomasiteese, Ed. Brn.b,
Wm. B. Ford, Ralph Richardson,
Sam. W. Reynolds, Capt. B. Gallisath,
Ed. T. Wh;tmore, John F. Bunter.
1 B. A. Collier, Wm• IL McCreary,
Dr. J. G. McCandless, M tills W. Powers,
• Wm. Hosack, Col. J. D. Owens,
E. S. Morrow. - Dr. A. U. Barr,
Saml Kilgore, John G. Brown.
The Division will be composed of Allegheny Conn
tr Tanners' Clubs and Clubs from tbe First, Second.
h , rd, Fcnrrth. Fifth, Sixth, 'Seventh, itightb,
Ninth. Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth iWards. Will
form on Wood street, right resting onlirater.
_ROUTE OF PROCES!ION:
Along Smithfield to Third, no Third ' to Rose, an
Boss to Fir h &stem, out Fitch avenne to Pride, up
Pride to Co'vrell, slog lwell to Fulton. song
Yultoa to Wylie. down Wylie to Fifth av-rue,down
fifth svenuo to Liberty, a ong Whiny to O'Hara.
along O'Hara to Penn, down Penn to St Cittio,s long
rt. Clair and on r susp lesion bridge to Federal
street, - Allegheny, up r eder.l to ',smock, along Li:
cock to Anderson. up Anderson to Cedar avenue,
along Cedar avenue • o North Common, along• North
Common to Irwin avenue, along Irwin avenue to .
Ohio street, where Ott proce elm will dismiss.
The procession will move at
The signal gun for moving will be bred by the Sec
ond Ward (Pittsburgh) Club'
A CORI:11AM INVITATION
Is extended to the Tattoos Fire Compantes of the
two Cities and surrounding boroughs to tura out on
thl:pseselon : !
.the. various Wards,_ Boroughs and
ownsbips•willlorm in the rear of their respective
All Republicans along the Route of Procession aro
requested to display the Stars and St rlpes and to 11-
lumirwtte their dwellings and places oflbusiness.
The 'Chief Marshal will be designated by a blue
Division Commanders will weal a white sash - .
All Aids will wear red bathes. • 1
r . A.RTICITLArt 140116E11.
• • I
Aids to Chief Marshal will meet at City Hall,
Monday evening; Sept. 21.4, at eight o'clock.
AitiAtO Dlvidon Commanders will meet at same
pittec on Tuesday afternodn at three o'clock.
It epeChllY ECCIUCAVII that there he no display
of liteworkn nutil niter the p,oce , nlon hhs sturtecl.
Dlvtyluu Cuininnucler., will see that this, request is
0114 , 110 tilt h. •
ORDER OF PROCESSION
FIRST GRAND DIVISION.
Gen. W3I. &WM'S", Commanding.
THIRD GRAND DIVISION.
Capt. J. H. Erenet,
Lt. Robt. Wilson.
Major W. H. Hone,
Dennis Mullen, Esq.,
W. K. McClintock,
R. A. Cameron. .•
gam'l H. Thompson,
Capt. W. P. Herbert.
Wm. C. Murray,
nosed of v.riotis Clubs
form on . Liberty street.
FIFTH GRAND. DIVISION.
EIGHT O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
tRANT AND COLFAX
THURSDAY, Sept. 24th, 1868.
01t1)Fat OF- P'IIIE)PCF.SSION:
CO3IMANDER-IN . -CHIEF AND STAFF
O 1 EAT WESTERN BAND
Carriages containing Speakers, ()Ricers and Invited
Guests, Wounded Soldiers, not otherwlse
- provided fur, Survivors of the War of
1812 and Mexican War. ,
FIRST DIVISION..-General J. Bowman
Cons stints y r Grant Phalanx, Grant Hussars,
legheny Cot tv Tanners Club. all the Fire Compa
nies,Alutehots, Dravmen, and delegations from the
First, necond, T. lid and Fourth w:.rds Pitt burgh,
and wdl form on Water street, with the 4 right real,
log on Wood sweet.
SECOND DIVISION—.CoI. E. 'Tay Allen,
Conslstin of delegations from the Fifth, Sixth,
Seventh, E glith.Eleventh, Thirteenth, Fotirt, °nth,
Twenty-se ond, Twenty-third warns of Pit , sburgh,
Graddock's Mcliteesport and blizabeth tiorougns,
Vmailles .and Elizabeth townships, Fayette and
Greene counties, and all other ildlega.lons cum ng
by Counelloillie Railroad and Monongahela boats,
and will form on Second street, above Grant, on
Grant and Water streets, the right resting ou cor
ner of Cherry alley and Water Street.
THIRD DIVISION..IMajor Gas Sehlei
Con-fisting of delegations from the Ninth, Tenth,
TwOftb, Fifteenth. !Sixteenth, teventeenth and
Eighteenth wards of Pittsburgh.' Westmoreland.
Indiana and Cambria counties, and delegations
from abroad arriving by the Pentuo ivania (Antral
Railroad, and will form on Penn street, the right
resting:on Water street.
VOINITH DIVISION—CharIes, Jeremy.
Eq., Commanding. . - .
Conststl'g of East Birmingham, Btrinlngham,
Ormsby, Upper and. Lower st. Clair. Snowden,
Balowin, Mittlin and Jefferson townships, and will
form on Carson street, the right resting at south
end of Monongahela bridge.
FIFTH DITISION..;CAiI. .1. W. Heinen
- tine, Vemmanding. _
Consisting of South Pittsburgh. Monongahela.
West Pittlbargb, Mount Washington, Teinneran
tide, Union, Scutt, Chanters, North. and South
Fayette. Robinson Moon. Findlee and Crescent
townships, wilt fbnit n Carson street, the right
resting at the south end of Monongahela bridge.
SIXTH DIVISION—Dr. Wm. B. 14ezlep,
Consisting of First, Second, Fifth and Fixth
wards, Allegheny. McClure, Neville, Ohio and S.-
w Wiley and Bellevue borough,. Seas'. r and Mereer
courvirs, and ah delegations coming by the Pitts
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago itadway. and will
form on Ohio street, the right resting on Fede:al.
SEVENTH DIVISIOV-.--Lleut. Alfred
Consisting of the 'Third, YOurth, Seyeniti and
Eighth wards, Allegheny, and , h, remainder of the
townships and boroughs mt the north slip of the
river, and all delegations c.miug by West Pennsyl
vania it. It., and will form on unto s.reet, east, the
right rrting on Federal street.
EIGHTH DIVISION----Captain • Julius
Coat Isting of the Eighteenth. NinetePnth. Twen
tieth and Twenty-nrst w.nls of l'itt.hufgh.
['tun. Plum; Patton and Val - saint, tuwnships,
and will form on Liberty le [met, the right rebtlag on
THE ROUTE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
Up Water to Smithgebl. up SmithilelCl to Third.
up Third to Poss. 11l ug hoss to Penn-ylvania ave
nue. aloes( Pennsylvania avenue to Pr.de street up
Pride to Fulton. up Fulton to Wylie. down Wylie to
Flab, along Fifth to Liberty. up Liberty to Mu
enante street, through Mechamc street to P. no.
down Penn to at. Clair, along at. Clair to Suspen
slon Bridge. °Teri).- lase to Fisateml street, up Fed•
eral to i.aeoek streett Lacock to Anderson, Ander
son to Cedar avenue, Cedar avenue to Washington.
.Washlog , on to East Lane. East Lane to Ohio. Ohio
G• Cedar avenue. c,edar avenue to North avenue,
North avenue to Public Stands. -
The procession wit! n eve at It o'clock A. M. pre
el- err, and a t utast 'mallows nut In line at that time
will follow In the rear. •
Instructions to Division Commanders
I. The Firrt Division. under eommand of Gan. J.
Bowman sweltzer, will move from the coiner of
Wood and IV st.r streets at 11 o'clock A. Y.. and
take en the line of march over the pubiLlied route.
• 11. The Second Division, uuder command of Cot.
E. Jay Ailey, will tyke Division distance and move
Into smithtteld Wert, to the tear of FTrat. Division.
111. As soon as the rear of the Flrstr Disisionhas
cleared the month of Penn street, the Third Divis
ion. under the command of MaJ. Bus lick.leiter, will
ffle Into Water street and proceed to Mt corner or
ISmlthdeld mud Water, and there halt, until the rear,
of the Second Division bas passed Smithfield street
—then take Division distance and follow the Second
Division en rote.
IV. As soon as the Third Division commences to
Move off Water street low Sinithileld street. the
Fourth invtalon ondrr command ot,Chartes Jere
my, wilt move f rom the south end or - monongahels
bridge across the bridge, and halt until toe rear of
the Third Division hay passed into Smithfield street.
then take Division distance and follow the Third
Division en route.
V. As soon as the rear of the Fourth Division has
passed into the uridge the Filth Division. under
command of C0t..1. W:Ballentine. Will take Divis
lon distance and follow the Fourth Division en
Vt. As soon is the Third Division has passed from
Penn street, the Sixth Division, under cummand of
Dr. Wm. B. Ilezlep, will move from F. deral a root,
Allegheny, by way of Suspension bridge. St. Clair,
Penn and Water to Smithlield str, et, and there halt
until the rear of the Fifth Division has passed from
the bridge. into Mnitlindld streartbea . tha Sisals
Division will hie into Itlini , hifeld street. take Divis
tun distance and follow the Fifth Division en route.
VII. As soon as the sixth DTvision has • passed into .
Federal smet, the seventh Division, under com
mand of Lieut. Alfred Kredel. will take-Division
distance and follow en route.
VIII. As soon as the rear of the Saventh Division
has cleared the mouth of Liberty street, the Eighth
Division under command of apt. Julius Montz
hemmer, will take Dlvlsh. n distance on the Seventh
Division and follow en route.
By order of. COLLIER.
JOHN H. STEWART, Chef of LU'.
Official: Wm. B. COOK.. A..G.
DIVISION,' No. 101 'FOURTH AVENUE.
riTTSLIUAGH t Sept. Mist, ?MSS.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT, '
ALLEGHENY CGUNTYTAiTNERS CLUB,
Other delegations from the let, rad, 3d and 4th
The above mimed organizations having been as=
started to the First Division, in the Republican Pro?
cession of THURSDAY. rept. 24th. 1800, itIO
'Commanding officer or Chief klarshel of each is re
quested to report at Headquarters. No. 101 Fourth
Avenue. on TUESDAY. 22 , 1- Inst., between !land
4 o'clock r. H. lit. As to the their. re•
spective organisations. 2d. Whether mounted or
on foot. 3d. Whether uniformed or not. and
whether with or without music; and 4th, An Aid to
be detached to serve on the litaff Hof the Demerol
COmmandlug. By order of,
J. Di IWMAN 8 19 El VEER. Commanding.
E. H. NEVIN, Jrl. rt.; A. O. seV.:y2
Pirraacraait, bept.. 15, 1868—
far * AT A MEETING OF THE LOT
HOLDERS ofthe Methodist Burial tiround,
held at the late -dist:cab Ward school House on
Monday evening last, an assessment •of Three'Dol ,
lava (pi was laid upon each lot, and One Dollar
01) upon single interments, for the purpose of de
fraying all ex peaces that may I bis incurred In pro
curing an Injunction.
All persons intere,ted are urgently requested to
call at `equlre Duinhert's Wilco, No. 08 Fourth
street, or upon_anrof the follo.iag members orthe:
Flnaimt Committee. lilt: Mews. Beni.F. Duvall,
Robert it intr. ti.-urge Wilson or A. McKean. ou or
before the ti 1,31 loss" and either pay the money or.
deposit their Certificate of Claim as security for
their respective shares of expenses.
seIG , BY ORDER OF COMMITTER.
NOTICE —A meeting of the
B'OCkllOldert3l of the Mansfield Coal and
Lime Company, will be•held nt the (dike of the
Farmera` Deposit, National B uk, Fourth street,
MONDAY, teptember Alst, ORM tit two o''toek
P. 31.. for the purpose of transacting such buhlue4s
2L.9 may he Unman, before, the meeting.
By order of the President.
D. REI, , IN GER, - Superintendent.
Prrrsinutou, tiept. 14, '139, .111;544
'W'EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23;‘ TABS.
NOTICES . .
TILE DAYLIVTIIT PROCESSION.
AIDS APPOINTED AND GENERAL ORDERS.
MtAlKtrAirrEn. T.P..:10]; MEM*IIIAcA N.
E7cI:.M.TTIVECOMmITTE.E. (71Ty HALL.
l'lttaburgli, September 22, I.SBS.
By command of General F. if. COLLIER. Com
mander-in-Chief of 31ass Demonstration, September
The following Able are announced:
Col. Wm. 11. Neeper,i Ma"or A. 'if. Harper,
G, o. N. Morrison, 1 Charleg Harlin an,
Capt. J. or. McCunne:l, , I,•r. A. FL Gross,
Col..lohn A. Thinks. j "'hos. licrr. ,
Col. D. L. Smith; i: r amttel C.
John G. Brown, . -,
'. - 11.7-..0. F. Straub,
R. C. , ielriller, , ! Col. ;N. M. Smith,
Capt. Stinl. IL Baird; , '"h u mus MeMasters,
Dr. Wm. J, bilinore' i, . 4 hit M. Wright.
Wm. Hall. , r i!, . 01,4,11 IL Wright,
.Mal. Harry Campual;l 'h. H. Mertz., _
W. M. Clanry, I Zobt. W.Miteker.
Cant. Gi °rim Dean, iieorge W. Dilworth,
(opt. I. J. M. Kinley, r Capt. A. .T. I'. ntacobt,
Col. Wm. A. Hutton, ! .3!aj..1. Roberts,
W. K. Jennings, ; Col. Nevin,
L. eS. sinqii., Capt. Geo. Purrlanre,
. I'. Herbert. Cai.t. S C. Schoyer,
Capt. C. W. Batchelor, Al. x. 11. Muller.
Calif. T. P. Walk et. ('apt. .19111.] C. Gill,
Capt. E L. Babcock:, ' ' 4 . 11. McE roy,
lame, F. L.
'. Waiter C. Childs,
(has. 11. Bradley. • Alex. G. Bradley,
Sergt. T. L. Knapp, : W. ..S, l'arviance,
D. B. Monism], H. C. 'Yeager.
I , .1.: H. sT F.W ART,
' Chief of Staff.
Wn. 11. COOK
HEADQUARTER' , SECOND DIVISION, I
PITP4BURGII, Sept 22, 1868.
Col. ED. JAY Al LEN, commanding second Di-.
ekion. announces the following mimeo persons as
I Mai ,r E. A. MONTOOT
Capt. Robt. Robison,
John Ralston. ,
Mal. Geo. Laughlin,
Cast. J. IL Elliott,
S. B. Enzulenherit,
Thos. I. (Unlit,
Wm. K. Woodwell,
W. E. Harrison,
B. IL Cousin.
Capt. Arthur Bell.
Capt. John Dennison,
Sharpley . Packer,.
C. C. Fawcett.
Wm. E. Frazier, Jr.,
blll A. Smith, ,
MaJ. SAMUEL KILGORE, A. A. G
Chief. of Staff.
H. J. t•hallcnbcrger,
N. P. Reed,
Capt. Foster Alward,
Oliver J. Parker,
Dr. Sam. Reed,
Capt. J. It, Zeigler,
Lieut. J. L. Miller.
Capt. E. S. Wright,
John R. Wilson,
HEADQVAIITEItEi TIMID DITUEzION, CITY HALL, 2
Pittsburgh, September 22, ISOS. f
By command of Major GUS. SCHLEITE It, Com
manding Third Division, the following Aids are an
• • • AIDS.
Capt. Ale x.hfeCllntOck , John Arlie. Esq.,
Geo. Hauler, • , ; G. F. McCandless, Esq,
W. H. Groff:Do., _ .I. W. Young. Esq.,
Valor Galbrulth, W. C. sonatffor,
Capt. W. P. Hunker, 1 Capt . C. C. NUL
Capt. W. A. Obey, Lieut. W. R. Stewart,
MaJoritlckraan, Lieut. Ed.. Ntgley.
HEADQr.A.RT ERR. FOURTH Pi7l MOW.
Pittsburgh, September 92, 1468
By eonamarul et CHARLES .IE RESET, lEaq., corn
nratuhnir Fourth Division, the following kids are 11:1-
- aoun.ced :
Samuel W. Reynolds, '
Jo ob Scbwambly.,
John W. Metilropsey.
Samuel A. Barr.
Dr D. Donaldson,
Joh , ' Esp.'''. I.
Oftial. A. L. PEARSON.
- tiro. W. Git.LEsnir., A. A.G. Chief of Stsff,
I) 3lte l l d le i r u V n t a r in ne g r ilit ,
Wm. Fife, Jr.,
11. f C . Andenon,
Ma tin nehaffer, -
Jo} a C. Dalzell.'
Ht.:mow. ttTElt..Ftnrrt DlcVtus,
PITESBURGII, `opt. 22. Ih6B.
Ry ronamand of Col .1 W. 8A.1.,1.1..N 11 Ne. Coln
minding. I.lilt) Dlvialon, the following A Ida are an
Dr. J. W. Emilti. .
F. C. Dort Inwon,
Capt. .1. L. to raham,
Walter Fergus° J.
Look A oil h.
Dai It Joao.
At in. Hall. ,
Caot. D. It. FOrguton.
Win. 11. titirotea.
Dr. O. M. 2.tilllcto,
iti m- hlcDonal.t.
Col. F. C. Nr , trley,
Win. It. 31cCuna.
W. C. Taylor,
JOHN RUNTItIi., A. A. G
Joh, V. Auth,
E. lin han, •
Win. H It irker,
Glenn e Ingham,
Wm. B. Lea.
Wm. It Guy,
Dr. a. P. Graham,
Joie ph ti
John W. Nerfilt.
TL mas Hunter,
HEA"QUAKTLIIdi Etfrn BielsloN,
ALLEMIIINT, M. 111. 22. 1868.
By command of aIAJ r W)1. B. Com
landing biz th Inv talon, lbe following Aida are an-
Volsert .1, Snodgrass,
W. G. Clark.
W S. Harrah,
H L. Young,
J. C. Graham.
Win. M.r,. rmly,
'Henry Warmer, ,
H. H. lierlelland, ;
• ABE .1. 1 ATTE-131302i, A. A. 6
_ _ _
J. C. Sample,
lir. W. rt. if usselton
B. C. Christy,
A. It. Erwin,
Alex. Carson, .
panel Dean. -
W. 4. Ideliratty.
IIE•Dt)CARTTICS SEVANTII DIVNION,
Allegheny, Srptentlier 312, MIL
By command at Captain A. W. KREDEL, Com
manding tieVenth Division, 'the following Aids are
111.• t. Z. Joe. R. Oxiey, ! John Stevenson,'
Copt. J. E. &Dwane, Wm. Ruppert,
Major Urla M. EHatt," I.' H. qehnde.
;Col. F. C. Tyler, A. W. Strtinb.
Wm. J. Hamilton, ; Lieut. John Itoedar,
Robert Crompton, ; t'apt. Chas. F. Iladley,
Wm Wettscn, E.l.lyers.
' , T.; Jones. R. A. Cameron,
Paul Brehm, • I Col. 'A. IL Ileflebower,
A. C. Patterson; ; W. A. Li , will
James Brown. I Wm. C. Murray.
CHARLES-A. MILLER, A. A. G. '
ritthibUrgk, rleptemb, r 22, MB.
By ennimand of Capi."JULITTS SfONTZHEIB.I.Eit,
Commanding Eighth Division, the following /ads
are announced t
John 6 racey.
Charles Burk, ,
Henry L. Long,
1 H. Caroihere.
Wm. N. Haymaker,
Henry Ch ifaut,
W. SIGEGAL.A.. A. G
GRAND MISS CONTENTION!
Republicans' Of Western Pennsylvania,
THURSDAY, September 24, 1868.
The Republican State Cenral Committee has or
dered a GRAISI) IdASBItaOhIVENTION to he held
Io thla city on the 114th l ot Septemitter, Inst.‘
The Republicans of Western Pennsylvania are
urgently Invited to come ` . en -171.44/Be, and So help the
good cause along.
Arrangements have been mgde with. the
railroads to carry at IEXC URSION RATS and
ran EXCITEIION TRAINS to and from the. Con
,vention : Pennsylvania Railroad and brattches;
Western Pennsylvania !R. R. ; Allegheny Valley
B. R.; Pant; Asdle R, R.; Connellsvllle R. U. and
the Packets on' the Monongahela River with also
carry at excursion t rates.
.The following X minent Speakere are expected to
be present ; ;
Hon'. E. M. STANTON,
Gen: JOS. R. HAWLEY, of Conn.
Gen..l. T. OWEN,
Gen, J. W. FISHER,
Hon. A. K. McCLURE
A Grand Torchlight Processio
Will take plaoeon the night before the Convention
and an GRANT CLUBS and TANNERS' CLUB
are invited to take part in it. .
A • DAYLIGHT PROCESSION
'Will 'biro on THURSDAY MORNING, and the
Republicans of the county are expected to turn out
in full force, on foot, in wagons and on horseback.
REPUBLICANS! Let us haye'a Rath worthy of
• the days of IMO and -1504,' and to the ball roll
ing which VERMONT and MAIN - Lave put In
By order of the
v ar ' bTATE,CENTE AL UOMAITTEE.
' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
CHEAP GUNS FOB THE PEOPLE....
The OrRBAT WE'STERN GUN WORKS hare been
rerscreed to ti 0.1.70 SMITHFIELD S TREF. T. where
will always be found the most complete assortment
of Guns, Pistols, Aninannition and Sport
in :Material, etr.c., in fee city. l kinds of Oune
Pistols carefull y repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and REVOLVERS. Send stamp
for it/u4rrated Circular. Agent/ wanted iri erery
foton-in the United States. Address, J. H. Joiant-
STON. 179 Smtthleld Street. Pittsburvh.
VrJOLIN IV. PUV.VIANCE,
Register in Bankruptcy for 2.1 d District.
()Mee, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY
.IQr Office hours-9 A. V. to sr. rt
Q." 5,1. 0. OF 0. F.—The inembers
McFARI AND L DC:h. No. O.
of 0, F.. wilt to et at the Hall, corner of Federal
nod ',canoe': streets. Allegh nt• 1 ltr, THIS Ar -
TERNOoN , at 1 o'clok. to a , tend the tnneral of
1•. U. F A NCI4 W.' CLU LE Y Jo. 3tembers of
other Lodges nre ratpectlullt• Inn( ed to attend.
se::;: F. M. SHOLES. Feet-et:try.
U. S. MA ICSIIA I.'S OFFICE,
W. 0. of Pennsylvania,
PITTSBURGH, Sops. 22, 1869.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
or. the 7th (lay of September. A. D. 1868, a
Warrant In Bankruptcy Was t.:sued agalutt the •
ESTATE OF OLIVER ADAMS,
Of youth Pittsburgh. In the county of Allegheny.
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged - a
bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belonging
to such bankrupt to him or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said
bankrupt, to prove I hekr debts and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate. will be held at a Court
of liankrupt.y ' to be hoiden at the o ffi ce of the Re
gister, No. 93 Olamora , l street. In the City of Pitts
burgh, Pa.. before SAMUEL HARPER, • Esq., - Re
gister, on the .14th day of October, A. D. 1868,
at 11 o'clock .x.
ORGANS AND PIANOS.
A beautiful Ro'ewood MASON k HAMLIN CAB
INET ORGAN, with Tremola,
Cost 8170,00, for 8120,00.
A handsome Paneled ROSEWOOD ORGAN made
by Taylor 1 Farley, nearly n-w. .110 00.
A fine Double Reed ROSEWOOD MELOD*r,ow,
Mason & Hamlin'a make,
_ln good order, $1115.00.
A Second-hand ROSEWOOD PIA O, made by
Boa , drp an & oray. *120 ,00. .
A Second-hand ROSEWOOD PIANO, made by F.
Blume, 8100.00. •
FOR SALE BY
C. C. MELLOR
Si Wood IS•treet.
se23. y 7
No. rj FIFTH AVENUE.
R F. DAUBITZ'S
DR. FALK & CO., Importers,
760 Penn St ., Pitt§burgh Pa. ,
This great HERB LIQUOR has gained wide celeb
rity In all Europe mom Its marvellous efficacy In
curing all hemorrhoidal complaints and diseases of
the stomach. We earnestly invite the attention of
the afflicted to this great remedy. and offer gratis
the circulars, giving dtreCtlonsior nse, together
with the certificates of eminent .authorities regard
ing its curative merits.
Air Sold In all Drug 'Stores.' , •
DR.'PAT.'S it CO.. Ttnporters:
eIIIANGE OF FIRM.
ORGE W. BIGGS D. P. HOYLE
BIGGS & HOYLE,
(SUCCESSORS TO WILL T. WILEY,)
No. 6 WY-14.1EF_.
Elavimg purchased the large and coutplete stock of
Watches, Clocks; Jewelry Si Silverware,
The undersigned offer their friends all lines of goods
at very low orices to close out, to make room for
BIGGS & BOYLE.
PENN STREET DWELLING
FOR SALE. •
. Thai splendid tlixee.story RELICS DWELLING,
No. 135 Penn Street,
Adjoining tne residence of. Win. 3101 - night, Esq.
Is,tiandsotnely finished. use all the niouern Improve
ments. Also, a good Fire Proof Safe Lin ge stable
and carriage house In the rear. Lot is 24 feet on
Penn street, and extends back-160 feet to a. private
alley. Location is one of the most desirable In the
eity. For further particulars enquire of
ISAAC DI. PENNOCE,
5t22:x99 No. 19 Irwin street.
OPENED THIS DAY,
Nix 17 Fifth kven - qe.
Black and Colored Bonnet Velvets;
Do. do. Trintnting Velvets;
Gro. Grain Ribbons;
. Plain and Fancy Sash Ribbons.
ALSO, A FULL LIRE OF
Ladies' and Gent's llncierwear.
At No. 47 k. Clair Street
A LARGE AND, SPLENDID STOCK OF -
Boyd, Youth's and , C7ii/dien'a
FOR THE FALL SEASON.
GRAY .Sc LOGAMI,
sell 47 ST. CLAIR STREET.
D I M LUTION OF PARTNER-
Notice le hereby given that the riutnerahip here-
tofore existing between
T. IL McBRIDE awl HENDERSON GEORGE,
Has been tills day dissolved by mutual consent, and
The Grocery and Produce BUStheill
'XIII be conttnued , as heretofore by 'HENDERSON
GEORGE, who will settle the accounts of the late
ECONOMIZE YOUR FUEL, by
SKIVE CENTRIFUGAL GOVERNOR,
the only true and easily regulated Govei nor made;
portent in its operations and truly reliable. A large
size Governor Can' be seen at the °Mee of PNRCE
VAL ItEcli Err,_biechanical Engineer and Solici
tor of Patents, No. 70 rederal tared,. Allegheny
City, the only agent for this Governor In the West.
O,TUARTI9 - EXTRA, SYRUP.-5
bb:s. tbis,ceieb ni ted !,olden tl , .yrup Just re
cOved and for bale In tobIA., 1. eg. or by the ivtilou,
by JOIIN A. ItyNSIIA W.
"" Corner Liberty and Hand streets.
•THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
H. S. Nutrshaa. as Messenser
T. I!. MeBRIDE, •
1 3- 17iVil *14 2 0 3 1 46.1 13 11 i * 401
FOR TUESDAY, SEPT. 22d.
At 3k. BARRED COITNTIIT ELA.NNELS
At 90 c. — WATERPROOF CLOTH
At MISc.—ALL WOOL: PLAID FLINNELS
At 30c.—IleavT PLAID TWILI) FLANNELS.
At 31c.—Double rorld t h ALFA CAS, all colors
At IE;ic.—GOOD T I 7.,EkCITED AND . DROWN
1 113bLINtz, yard n*ide.
25c,- , YAIID WIDE TICSINGS
12 Yds. FAST COLORED COLICO for $l.OO
COLORED WOOLEN BED QUILTS, new assort
ment of styles.
BROWN WATERPROOF CLOTII
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all kiwis
at lowest prices.
Extra Bargains in Blankets !
We offer Blankets weighing two pounds heavier
than any In this market.
nave been made to our stock of
SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS.
Oleyery description, by the yard, piece or package.
At the Lowest Market Prices,
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny.
AND SHEET LEAD WORKS.
BAILEY, FARRELL. & CO.,
No. 167 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh,
Manufacturers and Wholezale Dealers In
Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters'
TOOLS AND MATERIALS.
118. . PRACTICAL 118.
wHoussALF. Jam Brun.
NO. 118 FOURTH 19' IL
Constantly on hand every variety of PARLOR end
CHAMBER FURNITURE, toge th er with a com
plete assortment of common Furniture at reduced
Those in want of anything in our line are cordially
Invited to call before purchasing, •
=hill this • LICMON A AFRIEIE:
WM. N.. JOHNSON,
Manufacturer or COOKING 'STOVES, Arches,
Grates, lenders. Sash eight.. and all kinds of
Hollow Ware-, Car-Wheela and...all kinds of Ma
chinery Castings, COIL. WATSON A. SHINGISS
STS., PITTSBURGH, PA. • au.li:v27wAs
r:Pa r SALE. -
I will Nell my GROCERY, SHOE STORE,,aMI
PRINTING OFFICE for $18;000.- •
To energetic business men this Is a good chance
It pays handsomely. Apply to
SOAK A. BEST.::
Fifth ATenue, corner of Tunnel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
LAGS, TRANSPARENT LAN
In an y quantity, at - ' • ,
w. P. HUNEER &` CO.'S,,
Nos. 2253 .4 224. Liberty Street, .
:=BS . Corner of Sixth.
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOSIETE,
Dine of Exhibition, TUESDAY, Sept. 29; WED
NESDAY, Sept. 30, and THURSDAY and FRI.:
DAY, October Ist and 2d, 18G8,
AT JET ARRISI3UF; Q. • .. • •
Railroad Fare from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg and .
O PENING-Ou Saturday, 19th
Inst., Atilt and complete stock of •
FALL AND. WINTER MILLINERY.
At Mrs. M. KIT,CILIN'S,
selm:7B2 100 FEDERAL ~ Allegheny.-
OLD NINTH WARD LOTS,
Situate on the ,
corner 'of Taylor and 8/111111:11811
streets, 120 feet on Taylor street by 4S feet on
timallman street. Address. • *
sel4:a4ll - ISAAC blattLEY, Holton, Pa. •
FOR SALE; •
FINE SEED WHEAT,
AT'349 LIBERTY ST:
HITCHCOCK: MCCRRERY & CO
A minim - F. ARTICLE,
In store at LOWE.SI* MARKET* PRICE.
J. KNOX, 137-Liberty Street.
NEW FALL GOODS.
A snlendtd new stock of
Just received by
lierchant,Tatfor,, 73 13mItb Acid street,
A DVICE to YOUNG MEN ABOUT
Essays for Young Men,
On the Errors, Abuses and Diseases i-eldent to
Youth arul Early 31:.nlibird, with the , humsne vleW
.of treatment and cure, sent by mall in B.llled letter
envelopes free or charge. A.udress„ 110 WA aB
- Box P. l'hilad-lphla. 5r22:x.90-d&E
CLOTH, for Window Shades—superior In
quality and low in price than the F-aatern manu
facture. Another large euppll of the different
widthajuat received Irvin factory
ie4 4R and S*. 4,litirstroio.
pIIESEIRVI SVGA 118.-30
Loverlng's j..st received and for Btdo by the
barrel or at retail, by
'J NO. , A. RENFILIAW.
Fe= Corner Lthetrtv and Hand 6,retts.
11-4 AC E LEATiIEV-7-..,iiiiiiiitiat
ent, for ease "wlavicßsin and retail, at, Mti and
b :-A. Clair 'Area:.
,2 H. riuwars