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CM_ICAP OIDNI9 FOR THE PEOPLM....
The OPREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS have been
removed to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STREET, where
• Witt always be found the most complete assortment
qf awns, Pistols, Aramunition and sport.
inn Material, &c.;in tee city. All kinds of Guns
• and Pistols carefully repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and RE VOLVERS. Send etamp
for illustrated Circular. Agent, wanted in every
• town in the United States. Addrees, J. H. JOHN
ETON. 179 Smithltetd Street. Pittsburgh.
tgrJOHN N. rIIRVLINCE,
Register in Bankruptcy for 2td Distrift.
Mee, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
zap Mice hours-9 A. V. to SP. X
'REGULAR EXPRESt aMt
nrPACKET FOE ST. LOtTle,
BELLEVERNON Capt. JNO.
Will leave for above and Intermediate ports on
1. MONDAY, 21ilth Inst.--4 P. M.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
FLACK it COLLINGWOOD, Agents.
-N O T ICE TO - TAXPAYERS of the
7th and Bth (old 6th,) Wards.
All ersons who have not paid their School and .
County Tam:. for the uresvnt year are hereby not/. ;
lied to call at once.and settle them at my office and
Save costs. Jos, ell A. BUTLER.. collector.
Office at Alderman's Office, 126 Wylie street.
- Notice is hereby given that the viewers' report
on widening of , •
-.AvAskrurrafrorr AVENUE ,
Sixth Ward, City of Allegheny, is flied in the Dis
trict Court at No. 491, 2.ovember Term; 1868,
se24:yil `J OHN C.- McCOMBS, Solicitor.
i TAYLOR AVESIVE.
damageundersigned appointed viewers to assess
s and benefits for opening TAYLOR 'AYE
! NUE, Second ward, Allegheny, from Its present
termination to Beaver street. will meet on the
premises on-WEDNESDAY,- the 14th day of Octo
ber, 18138.. at 4 o'clock P. If to fulfill tae duties of
our appointment. : WM. M. McCI.OSRY,
J. J. HERMAN.
damhge a nand igbnend
f ap pon opening FLEXING
STREET, Third ward. Allegheny, from Its present
! termination on Fairmont street to Bell avenue, will
• meet on the premises on THEff3BDO.Y, the 15th day
•f October, 1888, at 4 o'cloch P. 8., to Iltlllll the
duties of their appointment.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
1 THE UNITED srATzs, for the Western His
trlct of Pennsylvania.
IDLIJAH. F. PARKER, a Bankrupt under the .
Act of Congress of March 2d. 1867, having applied
for a; discharge from all his debts, and other claims
rt provable under said Act, by order of the Court no•
; tide is hereby given to all persons who have proved
their debts. and other persona interested, to appear
; on the lekrit day of October 1868 at 16 o'clock
A. N., before JOHN N. PU It VIAN CE, Esq., Re
gister, at his office, No. 116 Federal street, Sale
:: ghenrCity, Pa., to show cause, If any they have.
why a discharge should not be granted to the said
bankrupt. And further notice is hereby given that
the Second and Third Meetings of .- :redltors of the
said bankrupt, required by the 27th and 6Sch sec
; tionS of said act, will be held before the said Regis
= ter, at the same time and place.
5e.24y18-711 8. C. McCANDLESS,
ORGANS AM) PIANOS.
, ; A beautiful - lbxewood MASON & HAMLIN CAB
, ',„ INET ORGAN, with Tremols, .
.': I 1 .
CoSt 8170,00, for 8120,00.
:.., A handsome Paneled ROSEWOOD ORGAN made
~ , i. by Taylor & Farley, neirclyn-w. *llO 00. _
r. A fine Double Reed RoSEWOOD MELODEoN,
- 4 1 Mason & Hamlin's make, in good order, $113,00;
~ i • A Second-hand ROS EWOOD PIANO, made by
.1 Boardman & onto; 0120,00.
A Second hand ROSEWOOD P4‘...N0, made by F.
''; Blume, a 100.00 ., . •
FOR SALE BY
C. C. BMLOR,
81 Wood Street.
For Halts, .Pario reand:Chambers,
NOW OPENING, AT
I 107 Market lit.,.near Fifth Ave.,
~ JOS. R.. RUGHBS & BRO.
VOR.. BALE. '' - - . '
t. win Jean' My- GROCERY, SHOE STORE, and
, 1 PRINTING OFFICE for $113,000.
ir.,, To enefgetio btudnelm men this Is a good chance.
- . It pays handsomely. Apply to -
. JOHN A.. BN4 ..'
Fifth Avenue, corner or Tunnel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
sellrx3o.'- - -•-- - ' " •
FLAGS,, 3 TRAIISP,AiRESPE LAN TEBPjts
• FIRE: WORKS,
In any quantity, at . . • - : . '
W. P. BONZES, & CO.'S, ,
Nos. 222 & 224 Llbert - y Street,
Cornefof girth: • .1
- • • • -
. STATE" AGRIeIJLTURAL SOSIETY.
i Days of Exhibition: 7.ITESDAY, Sept. 29; WED
; 31.ESDAY, Sept. SO, and , THURSDAY and FES
DAY, October Ist and 2d, 186 S,
Railrosit.Fire from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg and
return, $9.9a. . , •. se2/:x9l .
OPENING -On Saturday, . 19th
Inst., a fol Land complete stock of .
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
At Mrs. M. KITCHINOB,
100 FEDERAL ST., 'Allegheny
••- 4 OLD NINTEE wenn, Lots,
Situate on the Ora er of Tayloz: and : 13ma0man
streets, .120 feet on Taylor street 'by 42 feet on.
Smallman Street. Address, _
sel4Lig .03AAO 110.1tLEY; Holton, Pa.'
FINE SEED WHEAT,
AT 349 LIBERTY ST. .
arreacocs. 31cCIMilT & CO.
l ln 'tore LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
J. ILlifoX, 137 Liberty Street.
5e19:43 - •
Ny'! FALL , Goons.
A splendid new stock of
.Just received bT
sel4: DderCblD xallvr , 73 smlthHcld street
GOOD, . . .
T 1 e est and belt. ' The Initials "H. ~o n
every lb•a: Take:done else. • An4:178
rril N ErP.AR E GREEN OLE'
CLOTH," .for Windoir Shades—superior in
qualltrand lower in' prlecthan the gas tern mane,
racture, Another large supply of, the different
whithajoat received from factory
le4 26 and Et. Clair atreot.
QTIJART'S: - EXTRA STRUP.--6
bble of this celebrated Golden byrup just re
eelyedaud fOr pale In bble.,' kegs or by tbegallop,
by - JOHN A.,BANSHA,'
aey2 'corner Liberty and Hand street&
errpRIESEILVIIiNG SILIGAIIIB,-30 big.
Loverlng's just received - end ter sale by the
e], or at retail ! by
JNO. A. RENSHAW.
I st= _ Corner Liberia and Rand s.reeta.
LACE •LEATHER, Page's Pat
ent, for sale , wholesale and retail, at RIO and
Aa t. Clair street.
Jet J. H. P/i/LTAMS
E&LL DRY GOODS
BATES 8z BELL
WM. 8. EVANS,.
GEORGE MOUL M-
No. 21 FIFTH AVENUE.
No. 51 FIFTH AVENUE.
L F •
DR. FALK 4 co., Importers,
760 Penn St., PittaAnrgh; Pa.,
Thla great HERB LIQUOR has gained wide celeb
rity In all Europa vont its mairvellous efficacy in
curing all temorrhoidal complaints and diseases of
the stomath. ' We earnestly invite the attention of
the afflicted to this great remedy. and offer gratis
the circulars giving directions for use, together
-with the certificates of eminent authorities regard.
fug Its Curative merits.
sir Sold in all Drag atom. - -
au2o:t79 LB . FALK,* CO.. Imtoorteifi:
OPENED THIS DAT, -
No. 17 Fifth Avenue.
Black and Colored Bonnet Velvets;
Do. do. Trimming Velvets;
• Gro. Grain Ribbons;
Plain and Fancy Sash Ribbons.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF -
Ladies' and Gent's trnderwear.
)ENN STREET DWELLING `''
That splendid three-story BRICK DWELLING,
No. 135 Penn Street,
Adjoining ftie .resldence of Wm. McKnight, Fsq.
In handsomely finished. nes ail thimonern improve
ments. Ala*, a good Fire Proof Safe Lw re etable
and carriage house in the rear. Lot is 24 feet on
alley. stLreoecat a o nd
i e s x on n e dosf bak
m 6 o o M es t
city. For further particulars enquire of
ISAAC DI. PENNOCE,
sizkin • - No. 19 Irwin street.
At No. 47 St. Pair Street.
LAMM AND orLimint) STOOL OF
Boys', Youth's and Children's
FOR THE FALL SEASON.
GRA.Y 47, 7,OGrAN.
geiS 47 ST. CLAIR STREET.
ECONOMIZE VOEN FUEL, by.
assn the • -
' neinlly.true,and easily regulated (governor made;
Perfectmilts oPerations and truly reliable. "A large
size Governor can be seen at the Milne of PE SCE
VAL BEG NETT, Mechanical Engineer and Solici
tor of Patents, No. 70 Federal street, Allegheny
.0 "Y , the only agent for this Governor In the West.
DicCANDLESS & CO.,
(Late Wilson, Cul• lio.o
WHOLIDIALIC 'Drar.,icss Tp
Foieign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. eik WOOD MINIM
Third door SUM Diamond alley.
08EASI CANDIES AND TAFFIES,
And dealer in all klada of 'mums, NUTS, P/CII
LES, SAUCES. JELLIES, de., &a.
9 50 BUSHELS
RIME SOUTHERN RED WHEAT,
To arrive and for sale by
Es'& !MT. B BY A. T.
W. lit. GORMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(DIEECTLY Opp. EAGLE HOTEL,)
KUGIJS CO ' ,
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY VARIETY OF -
BOSTON COOKING _RANGE,
. 6. THE FLEET FIIIINACE,"6I
FOR WARMING BUILDINGS,
THE NEW ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE,
"REGULATOR." COLUMBIA. COOK STOVE,
VAN'S (Cincinnati Pattern) PORTABLE RANGE,
CAST IRON MANTLES. WELLMAN'S RE
FLECTOR, GRATE+, free from Ott and dust:
GRATE FRuNTS, FENDS.Its, An.
206 and 208 Liberty Street,
5e2.1:717 . PITTSBURGH, PA.
OFFER THE MOST
CHOICE DRY GOODS !
112 FEDERAL ST., Alleghonr
eteItXCRABIR & ANJZE
PI.ITSBURGH‘ GAZETTE: THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 24, - 1868.
I I - s pr. 22d
At 31c. BARRED COUNTI.Y FLANNELS
At-SM.—ALL WOOL PLAID FLANNELS.
At 30c.—Heavy PLAID TWIL,D FLANNELS.
At 31c.—Double width ALPACAS, all colors.
At IESc.—GOOD 'BLEACHED AND BROWN
11138LINS, yard wide.
At 25c,—YARD WIDE TICEINGS.
- 12 Yds. FAST COLORED C I LICO for $l.OO
COLORED WOOLEN BED 1=
meat of styles.
BROWN WATERPROOF C OTH
WHITE AND COLORED P ANNELS, all and•
at lowest prices.
Extra Bargains in Blankets !
We offer Blankets weighing two pounds heavier
than a.iy in this market.
'Have been made to our stock of
SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS
ett every description, by the yard, piece or package
, At the Lowest Ihuicetl p riees,
AT WILLIAM BE LE'S,
180 and 182 Federal St, Allegheny
"Westward the Star of Empire Takes
SECURE A HOME IN THE GOLDEN STATE.
Incorporated under the Laws of the State, Novem
ber 30th. 1867. for the purpoie of providing
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS,
And promoting Immigration.
Capital Stock. - • $1,000,000
Divided into 200,000 SHAMES at $5 each, papa
bleln 11.8. CunitENer.
Certhleates of stock issued to subscribers hnme
dlately upon receipt of the money.
No ?JOLSON ALLOWED TO HOLD YORE MILT FIVE
A Circular containing a full description of the
Property to be distributed among the Shareholders
wilt be sent to any address upon receipt of stamps to
cover return postage
Information as to price of land in' any portion of
the State, or upon any other subject or merest to
partias nroposing to Immigrate, will be cheerfully
ruralahed upon receipt of stamps for postage.
An letters should be addressed
SECRETARY LMMIORANT HOMESTEAD ASSO.
- CIATION, Postofilee Box No. 80, RAN FRAN
CISCO. CALIFORNIA. ' aces:vat,
BLA.CH SILL &legume.
Lama Lace Pointe,
TOR BALE AT LOW MIMS, - BY
WHITE, ORR .& CO.,
25 Fifth Street,
PEEL MILL FAMILY FLOM.
.PEARL MILL Three Star Green Brand, equal to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
'this Flour will only be sent out when espeelall7-
PEARL MILL BLUE BRAND,
Equ..l to beat St. Louis.
PEARL SILL RED BRAND,
Equal to toest! Ohlo Flour.
WHITE CORN FLOUR AND CORN MEAL.
• L T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
Allegheny, Sept. 9, IRIS. PEARL MILL'.
LARGE STOCK ON
Coke and Manure Forks,
AMES , CANAL SHOVELS, PICEA MATTOCKS,
And all ilzes of CAST STEEL,
At WHITESIDES k piton,
t-tplinaffiffit4 l lo . 4 9441014 WWI A A : , 01; ;
ALEX. 8. MACRAE,
BROIL= AND /MINT 701
CLemfenls Drugs. Ippeo.olle. provisions
and Produce of every description?
Business conducted on one•balf the term. ()Tether
The American transactions in Liverpool alone ex
ceed London and all "the porta of E a nut to-.
Weekly Circulars, Commercial Atrrices. Cable
Messages, Tte., orukyplicatlon. • seL2:x.77
FLOUR! FLOUR!! FLOUR!!!
reek ground Old Wheat Flour. ' •
White Star Mills, for family use.
Riverside Mill, for Bakers.
Stone Mill for Bakers.
Ontario Mill. for Rakers.
Monitor hall, for Bakers.
City Mill Sprinilleld, 0, , Family Flonr.
Carey's IXXX Family Flour.
Mad River Family Flour. • •
OF 141ICW WWEAT.
Plainview Mills Ifaney Bt. Louis.
Tea Rose Mills do
Clarke's Wet Baker's Floor.
Keystone Mills do
Coroneit Mills do •
For sale by '
172 an L d A 7G 4
DISSOLUTION .OF PARTNER..
Notice Is hereby given that the Partnership here
tofore existing betweeti
T. IL McBRIDE and HENDERSON GEORGE,
Hat been this day dissolved by mutual consent, and
The Grocery and Produce Business
Will be continued as heretofore by lIENDERSON
GEOfidE, wbo will settle the accounts of the Late
Erin. . . T. 11. McBRIDE,
aelB:x72 kl/MDSIISOIIi GEOIIeIE. -
"COMPANY A" —Will meet, mounted ready for
parade. THIS MORNING. at 9 o'clock, sharp, In
front of Hare'a Hotel, Liberty street.
se24 , DAVID DUNSEATH, Ca. tat
HEADqVAITTERS 'FOURTH GRAND DivrAtote,
PITTSIII71:GII, Sept. 22, 1868. f
taGENERAL ORDER NO. I.—
The Commanding Officer of the Fourth
Grand Division desire the members of his Staff to
meet him at Gen. A -Pearson's office. 64 Grant
street. on TiturtsD 11, at 9. o'clock A. M. The
'Aids•de-Camp will we r Bloc Sashes. with White
Rosettes, Mack Hate o d White Gloves.
By order of CHARLES JEREMY,
Command!. g Fourth Grand Division.
GEO. W. GILLESPIE A. A. G. se23:y9
aid REIT I . ICAN
Will be held In fit:).
Friday Evening, Sept.2slh,
AT 73;.: o,pLocs.
And will be addressed by
Gov. HAWLEY. of Connecticut
By order of
se2f:7ls COIL. Ox SPEAKERS et MEETINGS
• 'ATTENTION, BUTCHE RS.-
At a meeting of the Butchers wereegy
County, the following named persons elected
as °Ulcers to serve at be Grand Convention:
Ch:ef - M.rshal—JOl N EARL.
Assistant 3tarshala Hugh Richardson, William
Hosack. Fred. Belist n. Geo. Evans, Henry Mul
ler, Jaines S4ndersori, Henry Metz.
Al) Butchers favorable to . Grant and Colfax are
requested to assemble (mounted)in the DIAMOND,
ALLEGHENY Cal, on
Thursday, at 9 o'clock A. M.
The uniform to consist of White Mild. Blue Scarf.
Red Saab and High Ha ;. It is earnestly requested
that every Loyal Butcher will be in line at the time
and place designated. By order.
eels JOHN EARL, Chief Mamba].
PITiSBURGIt. Sept. 23,1868
. The Commanding Officer of the Fourth Division
has appointed the following additional Aids-de-
Camp, übo will report at .
9 O'CLOCK A. M. on THURSDAY,
AT 64 GRANT STREET
D. C. RlppeT,
Capt. J. D. McFa n rland,
John L. King,
GEO. GILLESPIE. A. A.
will be held at the times and planes hilow
leg, and will be addrested as indicated:
FRIDAY, Sept. 25th, UM&
ALLEGHEISY CITY, corner of Beaver avenue aLd
Locaat street. at 7'‘ P. m. Hon. I'. .7. BIGHAII
and H. P. MIIILLEB, Esq.. (German.)
HARE•B HOTEL, Pittsburgh, at 73i P. H. Ho,
HAWLEY, of Conn.
SATURDAY, Sept, 28th, 188 S.
ECKERT'S HOTEL, MeCandi( ss Township, at fl
P. N. A. Bf, BROWN and J. W. F. WHITE.
McKEESPORT MASS . MEETING,- at 134 P.
Gen. J. B. SWEITZER, Hon. 8. A. PURVI
ASCE and Hon. T. 31. MARSHALL. . •
CORNER PENN AND O'HARA - STREETS. at 7.K
P. sr. Hon. J. M. EIRRPATRICK and W..C.
CLINTON. at 7,ta r. it. THOS. HOWARD, Esq
ALLEGHENY CITY, In the Diamond, at 7X p.
lion. LEWIS BAKER, of Maine.
By older of Committee on Speakers and Ideettnrs.
E. A. MONTOGTH, Chairman.
JNO. S. LAMBIE, SeeretaTy. se24
PITTSBURGIL PA., Sept. 18.1868.
.SAT A MEETING OF THE LOT
• HOLDERS oftho Methodist Burial Oround,
held:at the late Seventh Ward school House on
Monday evening last, an assessment of Three Dole
tars MI was laid upon each lot, and One Dollat
(all upon single interments. for the purpose ofde
fraying all expenses that may be in c ur red. In pro
curing an Injunction.
a pe S on i s e
n H e umbedt a.r e
Mice nty re 6 q B uested to
street, or upon any of the following members of the
.Flnancs Committee. viz: Messrs. Beni. F. Duvall,
Robert King. eleorge Wilson or A. McKean, on or
before the 83d lust., and either pay the money or
deposit their Certificate of Claim as security for
their respective shares of expenses.
s_, e _ 6 BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
OF e ICE Qt THE MONONGAIIEL A BRIDaI CO.,
Pittsburgh, Sept. 4, 1865.
rgrTRE PRESIDENT AND MAN
AGERS of this Company have this day de
clared a Dividend otTWO DOLLAWSI PER SHARE,
payable to etockho'ders or their legal representa
tives on and alter Thursday, September 10th, at the
Banking House of N. Holmes & Sons, .51 Market
street. JAMES H. WRIGHT,
NOTICE.—A kneeling of the
'Stockholders of the Mansfield Coal and
Lime Compauy, will be held at the °Mee of the
Farmers' Deposir.National B.nk. Fourth street,
MONDAY, eeptember 21st, 1868, a' two WeloCk
P. sr.. for the purpose of transacting such business
as may be brought before the meeting.
By order of the President.
D. REISINGER. Buperintetv'ent.
Ptrrenunon, Sept. 14, '6B. 5e11:x.44
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANS, •
No. 65 Fourth Street
CHARTERED, IN 18515.
Open daily from 0 to 2 o'clock; also on WEDNES
DAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, from hay Is
to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from No
to May Ist, from sum s of
Deposits received of all sums of less than ONE
DOLLAR, and a dividend of the profits declared
twice a year, in June and December. Interest has
been declared semi-annually in June and December
since the Bank was organized, at the rate of six per
cent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is bladed to the credit
of the depositor as principal, and bears the same In
terest from the Ist days ofJune and December, com
pounding twice a year without troubling the depos
itor' Local!, or even to present his pass book. At
this rate money will double in less than twelve years.
Books containing the Charter„By:Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnlshed gratis, on application at the
vies RDESI DXRTS:
'John G. Backoten, • .A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
JEleni. L. Fahnestock, Robert Robb,
James Herdman, John 11. Shoenberger,
James McAuley, ' James Shiiiic,
James B. D. Meeds, Alexander Speer,
Isaac M. Pennock, Christian Yeager.
Wm. J. Anderson, Robert C. Loomis,
Calvin Adams, ' ! Hermit J. Lynch;
C. Bindley, Peter A. Madeira,
eorge . Black, ••• John Marshall,
Hill Burgwin,Walter P. Marshall,
Alonzo'A. Carrier, - John B. McFadden, ,
Charles A. Colton, • -Ormsby Phillips,
John Evans, L. liingwalt, •
Jchn J. Gillespie,. Wm. Henry 'E. Schmertz,
Williamll." Haven, • Alexander Tindle, -
Peter H. Hunker, . . I,Villiam Van Kirk,
Richard Hays, Isaac Whittler,
James D. Kelly, - Wm. P. Weyman.
Tnxaaunks—CHAßLES A. COLTON.
USCRETART—JAMES•B. D. ItIEEDS
MOBGE W HIGIOI3 D. P. HOYLE.
BIGGS & HOYLE,
(SUCCESSORS TO WILL T. WILEY, )
NO. 6 *lmam sm,varr,
Davin purchased the large and complete stock of
Watches, Club, Jewelry & Silverware,
The undersigned offer their friends &Mines of goods
at very low prices to close• out, to make room for
131GrarS & BOYLE.
. BALL.—Large mom of No. SS Market Street,
suitable fur a flub or Society Room.
BASEMEAT—Nos. 22 add 78 Thlrd Avenue,
expressly titled up fora large restaurant,
J. M. GLAzzAm.
Attorney•at-Lnw. OS Grant St
AIL KEG - 8-5,000 now land
lug, for male by
ite2 1.9.411 AH .DIOKEY CO.
t of HARE'S HOTEL, on
S. T. Paisley,
George G. Jeremy
Commanding 4th Division
• Pittsburgia, heptembrr 22, HMS. f
• By' command of Capt. JULIUS MONTZHEIMER,
Commanding Eighth Division, the following Aids
Henry M. Long,
GRIND MSS CONVENTION!
Republicans of Western Pennsylvania,
THURSDAY, September 24, 1868
The Republican State Central Committee has or
dered a GRAND MASS CONVENTION to be held
in this city on the 314th of September, ins t.
The Republicans of Western Pennsylvania are
urgently invited to:come. en masse, and so help the
good cause along. • , •
Arrangements have been mgde with the follow-
ing railroads to carry at EXCIIRMON RATES and
tun EXCUR/lON TRAINS to and frOm the Con
vention : Pennsylvania Railroad and branches;
Western Pennsylvania R. 'R. ; Allegheny Valley
R. B.; Pat:h.:idle ,11, R.; Connellaville R. R.; and
the Packets on the Monongahela River will also
carry at excursion rates.
The following Ilminent Speakers are expeeted• to
A - Grand Torchlight Procession
Will take place on the night before the Convention,
and all GRANT CLUBS and TANNERS' CLUBS
aro Invieed to take part in It.
A DAYLIGHT PROCESSION
for 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 have a Rally worthy of
the days of 1660 and FRU, and keep the ball roll
ing which VERANNT and MAINE have put in
By order of the
THE DAYLIGHT PROCESSION.
AIDS APPOINTED AND GENERAL ORDERS.
By command of Genera
mander - In-Chlefof Mass I
The following Aids are
Col. Wm. B. Neeper,
,eo. M. Morrison,
Capt. J. G. McConnell,
Col. John A. Hanks,
Col. D. L. Smith.
John G. Brown,
R. C. I .ehmler,
Capt. Sarni. H. Baird,
Dr. Wm. J, Gilmore,
Maj. Harry Campbell,
W. M. Clau.Y,
Cant. G,- °me Dean,
taipt. I. J. MKinley,
Col. Wm. A. Herron,
W. E. Jennings,
LPe S. Smith, r I
-Capt. W. P. Herbert,
Capt. C. W. Batchelor,
Capt. T. P. Walker,
Capt. E. L. Babcock,
Chas. IL Bradley.
bergt. T. L. Knapp,
D. B. Morilson,
Offic Wax. B. COOK. A. 0
DEADQI7.ARTERS SECOND DIVISION,
PIVISiBUILGII, Sept 22, 186.4.
Col. ED. JAY AI.LEN, Commanding Second Di
vision. announces the following named persons as
Major E. A. 31ONTOOT.
Capt. Robt. Robison,
Mai. Geo. Laughlin,
Caot. J. H. Elliott,
S. B. Fundenberm
Thos. I. Craig,
Wm. K. Woodwell,
W. E. Harrison,
B. B. Coursin.
Capt. Arthur Bell,
Capt. John Dennison,
Will B. Robinson,
C. C. Fawcett.
Wm. E. Frazier, Jr.,
Geo. H. Anderson,
Dill A. Smith,
HEADQUART/LIIS THIRD DIVISION, CITY : HALL,
Pittsburgh, September 22, 1868.
By command of Major GCS SCHLEITER, Corn
minding Third Division, the follovring Aids are an
Capt. Alex. McClintock
W. H. Graff, E•q.,
Capt. W. P. Hunker,
Capt. W. A. Obey ,
HEADQvAIITEIIB, Forum Iliviszorr;
Pittsburgh, September 92, 1868
By command ef CHARLES JEREMY, Esq. nom
mantling Fourth Division, the following aids ;Juan.
fisanuel . W. Reynolds,
Ja .ob Schwambly,
John W. Mciiimpsey,
Samuel A. Barr,
Dr. D. Donaldson,
Joh - u Espey.
W. G. Noble,
GA?. W. GlLLEsprs. A
HEADQUARTERS FIFTH' j
PITESBURGII, Hept. 212, MIL f
eommand of Col J W. BA t. , LENTINE, Corn
mand Mg, Firth Division, the following Aida are an
Dr. J. W. Smith, S. H. French.
F. 0. Dorringi on. Robert Hodgson,
Capt. J. G. Graham, Adam Weaver,
Waiter Ferguson, John V. Auth,
Louis A nrth, E.S.rehan,
David Joaes, Wm. H Harker,
Nathan Brokaw, John Riddell,
Vim. Hall, • Glenn Hingham,
Caot. D. 11. Ferguson, j Wm. IL Lea,
A. McCurdy. I Wm. H. GUT.
Wm. H. Shrodes. lison Hood,
Dr. G. M. Shilleto, • John Hamilton,
James Davie, Dr. C. P. Graham,
Samuel Dickson, Frank Couch,
Wm. McDonald. Jo, epb Smltley,
Col. F. C. 'Seeley, John W. Nesbit,
Wm. H. McCune. Tb mas Hunter,
Jonathan (I West,l Joseph Duff.
W. C. Taylor, .
JOHN 13, HUNTER, A. A. G.
HILArQUARTErt6 SIXTII DIVraION, )
A LLEGIIENYOI* pc, 22. 1868.
By cotrimandLot hisj r WM. HEZLEP, .Coni
manding eta th Divialon, the following Aids are an.
Charles Barnes, '
Irobrrt SmAgrasi, •
W. G. Clark,
W S. Harrah,
H L. Young,
J. C. Graham,
Wm. M. th , rmly, I
H. H. McClelland,
James Matinee, • .
ABE PATTERSON, A. A. G.
J. C. Sample,
Dr. W. IS. Hasseiton,
B. C. Christy,
IS mnel Dean
HEADquoirrine Bxviticrir Drtrituaiv,
Allegheny, September 22, 1868.
LIST command of Captain A.: w..KREDICL Com
manding Seventh Division, the following Aids are
Capt. Z. Jo!. R. Oxley, John Stevenson,
CI. J. E. Schwartz, -c_Wm. Ruppert,
in or urin id. He ad, Gebmie, •
Co. F. C. Tyler, ' A. Straub..
Wm. J. Hamilton, . Lieut. John Hoedar ,
Robert Crumpton, lMpt. Chas. F. Hamer,
Win Wettacn, E. Byers,
E. Jones. R. A. Cameron,
Paul Seehm. 'Col. A. M. Heflebower,
A. C. Patterson, W. A. Lewis.
James Bonen. • • 1 Wm. C. Murray.'
CHARLES A. MILLER, A. A. G.
J R. Carothers,
Wln. N. Haymaker,
Henry Ch 'Haut,
W. MORGAN, A. A-. G
Hon. E. M. STANTON,
Gen. JOS. R. laitliVLEY, of Conn.
Gen. .1. T. O.IIfIE.N,
Gen, J. W. FISHER,
Hon, A. It: I.IcaLURE.
kSTATE CENTRAL CORAGITTEE
lIITTEE, CITY HALL,
• ptember 22, 1868.
I F. H. COLLIER, Corn-
Major A. M. Harper,
tr.' A. H. Grose,
wamuel B. Chaley,
Theo. F. Straub.
Col. N. M. Smith,
John M. Wright,
Joseph H. Wright,
Geigo W. Dilworth,
Capt. A. J. l',ntaeost
Maj. J. Roberts,
Capt. Geo. Furvianee
Cdut• S C. Schoyer
Capt. John U. Gill,
S. B. McE roy,
Walter C. Childs,
Alex. G. Bradley,
W. S, Purviance,
H. C. Yeager.
JGHN H. STEWART.
Chief of Staff.
1, Chief of Stair.
H. J. Bhallenberger,
N. P. Reed,
Capt. B. P. Jennings,
Capt. Foster Alward,
James m awb Inney,
Oliver J. Parker,
Dr. Earn. Reed,
Capt. J. B, Zeigler,
Lieut. J. L. Miller.
Capt. E. 8. Wright,
John R. Wilson,
L KILGOBIS, A. A. G.
FOIIBT/1 DIVISION --.Charles Jeremy,
Consisti.g of East Birmin,gham, Birmingham.
Ormsby, Tipper and Lower St. Clair. Snowden,
Bslawin, Mifflin and Jefferson townships, and will
form on Carson street, the right resting at south
end of Monongahela bridge.
G. F.McCandless,C E d Esq
J. W. Young, Esq.,
W. C. Ectlaeffer,
Capt. C. C. WM,
Lieut. W. E. Stewart
Lieut. Ed. Ncgiey.
FIFTH DIVISION—CoI. J. W. Batten.
Con Pittsburgh, South
West Moun Temneran ,e
-vine, Union, Scott, Chanters, North and South
Fayette, Robinson Moon, Findley and Crescent
townships, • will form 'n Carson street., the right
resting at the 'oath end of Monongahela bridge.
Wm. Fife, Jr.,
H. C. Anderson,
John C. baked.
SIXTH DIVISION.••Dr. Wm. B. Hezlep.
Consisting of Firit, Second, Fifth and Firth
wards, Allegheny, McClure, Neville; Ohio and Se
ickley and - Bellevue boroughs, Beal , ' r and Mercer
counties,WWaney n e elegations coming by handitts
burgh, Fort and Chicago Radway. will
form on Ohio sleet, the right resting on Federal.
A. L. PEARSON.
A. G. Inlet of Staff.
Consisting of the Third, Fourth, Seventh slid
Eighth wards, - Allegheny, and remainder of the
townships and boroughs on the north side of the
river, and all delegations cmilug by West Pennsyl
vania R. R., and will form on Ohio s.reet, east, the
right resting on Federal street.
EIGHTH DIVISION----Captain Julius
ti Consisting of n theEsig h w ee ds h o N P ne t t b n r h h TWil
kins. Penn, Plum, Patton and Versailles townships,
and will form on Liberty street, the right resting on
THE ROUTE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
tip Water to Smithfield, up Smithfield to Third,
up Third to Boss, all.mg Ross to Pennsylvanta ave
nue, alor g Pennsylvania avenue to Pr•de street up
Pride to Fulton. up Fulton to Wylie, down Wylie to
Fifth, along Fifth to Liberty. up Liberty to Me
chanic street, through Mechanic street to P. nn.
down Penn to St. Clair, along St. Clair to
Bridge. over B. Wire to Federal street, up Fed-
eral to Laeock street, Lacock to Anderson: Ander
son to Cedar avenue, Cedar avenue to Washington.
Washing,on to East Lane, East Lane to Ohio, Ohlo
to Cedar avenue. Cedar avenue to North avenues
Nortlyavenue to Public Stands.
The procession will ir eve at 11 o'clock
el- elv, and a I ore sit izations not in line a time
will follow In the rear. .
InStrUCtiOLS to Division Commanders.
I. The First Division. mnder. command of den. J.
Bowman Sweitzer, will move from the Corner of
Wood and Water streets at 11 o'clock A. Si., and .
take 1113 the line of march over ,he published route,
Jay The Second Division, under command et Col.
B Alley, will take Division distance and move
Into Smithdeld street, in the 'ear of First Division.
111. As so mouthhe rear of the First Division haS
mleared the of Penn street, the Third Divis
ion; under the command of Maj. (ins Beldame, will
tile into Water street and proceed to the corner of
Smithfield ahtlWater, and there fisitcuntil the rear . •
of the Second Division has passed Smithfield street
—then take Division aistancesud follow the **end
Division en rote.
11 1 . As WWI as the Third Division commences to
move oll' Water street into Smithfield street, tne
Fourth Division , under command of Charles Jere
my, will move from the south end' orMonongslisla
bridg_e across the bridge, and halt until tue rear of
the Third Division has passed into Smithfield street,
then late Division distance and follow the Third
Division en route. has
V. As soon as the rear of the Fourth Divisions
lunnied into the uridsre, the Filth Division, under,
command of Col. J. W. Ballentlne, wilt take Divis
toe distance and follow the Fourth Division en
Vi. As soon vs the Talrd Division has passed from
Penn street, the Sixth Division, under command of
Dr. Wm. B. Healer'. will more from Feral s rent,
Allegheny, by way of Suspension bridge. St. their,
• Penn and Water to Smithfield sir, et, aud there halt
until the rear of the Fifth Division bas Passed from
the bridge into bmithfield street—then the Sixth -
.Division will file Into Smithfield street, take Envies =
lon distance and follow the Fifth. Division en route.
WT. As soon as the sixth Di vislonlas passed into -
Federal street, the seventh Division, under com
mand of Lieut. Alfrea Kredel. will take Division
distance and follow en route. .... •
VIII. As soon as the rear of heZeventh Division -
has cleared the month of Llbe 'street, the El,ghtit.
Division. under command of ‘ t. Jullus -- Montit-
heimer, wilt take Divisbm distance on the Seventh
Division and follow en route. .. ..
By es der of
JOHN H. STEWART, c omm . e .
0121clal: Wm. B. CooK, A. G. ' •
The UNION REPUBLICANS of Allegheny coun
ty are requested to call upon either of the under
signed, members of the Union Republican Natural
ization Committee, in reference to the assessment
of voters and the naturalization of such parties„
aliens, friendly to the Union Republican cause as
way be entitled to the same, when necessary infor
mation and assistance will be rendered. Ii is ex
pected that the Vigilance Committees or-the differ--
put election districts will take the necessary steps
to insure in their respective districts proper eases,-
ment and naturalization of all parties friendly-to
the Union Republican cause, and the Union Repub.
Man voters throughout the county are also invited,
to aid the Vigilance Committees in their work by
reporting names, dm., of any persons` friendly to
the cause, who may be entitled to be, bizt'are not yet
naturalized or assessed. • • -
The persons entitled to naturalisation ender the
laws of the 'United States, are as follows:
Ist. Any free white alien over twenty-one yeari
of age, who has resided In the Milted- States for
Ave years and In this State for one year, and who
shall have at least two years preceding , his applies.
lion for second papers; made the necessary (tech.
ration of intentions, and taken out his first papers,
Is entitled, upon Proof of such residence and decla.
ration of Intention, to Ids final naturalisation Pa
d. Any free white alien who arrived In this coun
try under twenty-one years, and who has realdedlit
It for live nazi, (three - hi - Which shall next preced • •
his rrival at the axe of twenty-one years° is snit
tie .to his final naturalization papers. .
ad. And allnliens of the age of twenty-ouc yearn `
and upwards who have resided withln the United
States for one year; and who shall bate enlisted in
and been horiontbly discharged from the armies of
the United btates, are entitled to final papers of
W. S. PURVIANCE,
IC. I'. JONES, 81
I tit Fifth Pittsburgh.
EitASTUit hictiELv y, 910ntnt et.. plituti.g.
E. F. A. a'AULHABER. Allegheny City.
HA will REEsE, Pittsburgh.
Vat. IItITTi NsWi, East Birmingtam.
JOH • NUSSEIL dirrolughtuxt.
JOSIAH Coll EN, 98 Falb dt., Pittsburgh.
HENRY hIJCISTEJZFELD. Birmingham.
GRANT AND cum
AND PROCESSION I
THURSDAY, Sept. 24th, 1868.
011,13. ER OF PROCESSION=
COMMANDER-IN-CIDEF AND STAFF
GREAT WESTERN BAND
Carriages containing Speakers, Officers and Invited
Guests, Wounded Soldiers. not otherwise
provided for, Survivors of the War of
1812 and Mexican War.
FIRST DIVISION—GeneraI J. Romnan
Consisting of Grant Phalanx, Grant Hussars, Al
legheny County Tanners Club. all the Fire Compa
nies. Butchers, Dray - men , and delegations from the
First, Second, T. ird and Fourth Pitt burgh
and will form on Water street with the right rest
ing on Wood street.
SECOND DIVISION--Cot. E.'Jay- Allen,
Consisting f delegations from the Fifth, Sixth,
Seventh Eighth. El even th. Thirteenth, Fourtt enth,
Twenty-second, Twenty-third waros of Pit. sburgh.
Braddock's McKeesport and Elizabeth borougns,
Versailles -and Elizabeth towrtattles. Fayette and
and all other delega•ions coning
by Connellsyille Railroad and Monongahela boats,
and will form on Second street, above Grant, on
Grant and Water streets, the right resting on cor.
ner of Cherry alley and Water street.
THIRD DIVISION...Major Geo Sehlel•
Conisting of delegations from the Ninth, Tenth,
Twelfth, Fifteenth. tiLsteentn. t eventeenth and
Eighteenth wards of Pittsburgh. Westmoreland,
Indiana and Cambria counties, and delegations
from abroad arriving by the Pen ti stivanla Central
Railroad, and will form on Penn street, the right
resting on Water street.
v. H. COLLIER.
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