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ia.s l u 1 afftt ' .1 I i., 6 ,., 115 b pf4w ADVENTURES IN THE WLLDERNESSI or. — , CampoLife in the Adirondacks' IBy Watikm H. EL Murray. Pubit by Fields, Osgeod & Co., Bastin ' For , sals-by. B. S. Davis & Co:, 193 bony -"street; Pittaburgh. , , , 1 :J• Itecently'we . gave 'two extracts f one column each, Which are fine s pelt iron this capital book. It fairly glow with "healthful sentiments, and i s ratite so Many ,of the namby-pamby. boo Bina, ing front' the press. There is • a sin of practical sense pervading it, and yet it is clothed in language -rich and elegant. The author evidently hint been a close - student of nature, as he. has (=gilt the spirit and charm always associated with out-door life. Mr.. Murray is the pastor of-the Park street church in Bostoh;and I.n,thia,.*Ohlar:gives Ma experience of a sturaneria vacation in the Sdirondack StiOuntains, 'enniprising all the - variety of *P life . : The sketCbei are of that hearty, genial type, that the reader soon ottfhts the spirit, and in imagination en ; joyathe high* mental pleasure. It le a tapitsrlxiok to read just. now for persons .coitternplating rsttunier's jaunt. ' '.' Turn SHAHESPEARE TREASURY OF WIS DOM AND KwowLEDas. By cilallell - W. Stearns, M. D. Published by' G.P.- • Pritinsm & Son, New York. For' sale by Robert S. Davis & Co., 193 Liberty . street, Pittsburgh. , I • Very ;few, are wiling to give, much time to the study of the great dramatist's work, 'Citlesa for , some special 'purpose. This "treasury" will admirably serve to amply thilAcit of time to study the complete edi tioik of Shakespeare's works. A car4ul review of this volume will lead the most familiar student of Shakespeare; to, won -4lefr at. the wonderful grasp and ferti li ty of !Aphid. The book fairly sparkles with gems, and the , ialuable commentary and *efleeTons of the editor, Dr. Stearns, gives Interest and Piquancy to the great theme. `1 E' Comm or GoLD. 'By= Mrs. Ann 8. ~, ` Stephens, Author of "Wives and Wid - 0w , , " : "Mabel's Mista k e," "Doubly • 'e lse," etc. , . Published , by T. a Peter - son &Brothers, Philadelphia. Ferule • ' by - W. A'. Gildenfennyi Pittsburgh, It is conceded that Mrs. Stephens is a , porgiwitriter, 'especially by that chute of, .!yeadera who en fby the 'serials .of certain -extensively read.: weeklies, published in New York. Much interest is created In 'this work, because the delineation of the principal _character is the' . eraisemb/anes .0* : areas individual. There are sone elev. erly drawn pictures of Metropolitan life, ,slightly sensational, however. The.. nu merous admirers of this lady must judge for themselves , whether "The Curse of Add" .equals "Fashion, and Famine," ;regarded as one of her best stories.. ' - 11rnINGICAll PAPERS: &me Memorials i of the Life of Capt. Frederick Ingham, -U. S. N., sometime pastor of the First . " . Sandemanian An .ItTaguadavidk,„ and Major General by .. Breve t in the Patriot .. . service in Italy. By Edward E. Hale, yAlz h . e lf 4l.f, n it e i s . , a o rt a : L'arlap&i.:: - Boston. For-sale bil.. S.-Davis .& Co., 193 Liberty street, Pittsbnrgh. -' • These "papers"! are in Mkt the "keereft• tionsiror a chi' sparson,"frern the severer dutlea•of the pulpit. This - book infECates - tat' . kr. kurritz is — s ' believer in , persons having::the' largest liberty : of thought, and should enjoy pleas ure ; in its fullest .sense. Some of . ' , thew - papers hake already appeared in • magazine fk:mrf;• and are collected to please the host of admirera of the Author of "If, :''Yes 'and Perheint." It will not be much -'losst:to the reader to commence with -' wiiie . Good.natured Pendulum," an , amtising -article.. Each paper, however, ' lii" Separate and `apart, and Tuts peculiar merits, as the reader easily • tee on will, glancingn at such as "Round the Worldin ..11 Hack," Friends' Meeting," "How Mr. Frye would have preached it." Mr. Hale possesses singular gifts as a writer, -4/3 the two kyolumes published amply de monstrate. Some of his admirersthink he is worthy of a place in American Litera ture, which Hawthorne adorned. LOST Jar PARIS, AND R TALES. By Edwin Hodder. Pub lic Pub lishe d by, J. B. Lippincott & Co., Phila elphia. For sale by R. S.. Davis dr , 193 Liberty street, Pittsburgh: - Young people will be lighted with - this book, for its lively vein in describing men and things, , -The vicis tudes attend ing 'thing Raymond Elliot, on his visit Orl .‘ - to Faris,' ; asp' graphically 'Pictured. ',His , experience iimonsclAie "ligl4-fingered",of the gai capital. i?adt, 4we'r,ert a salutary influence as the sequel shows. The short stories arts varied and interesting, and just the kind to interest - youth. 1 BUSY HAHN; ARD-PATIENV BRUITS; or, The Blind Boy of Bros en and HIS . 'IF/lend& 'translated froirt the German of GustavNieritz. By Anne Harwood. Published' 'br.l. 8.. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia. • Fer sale „R. S. Davis & Co., 198 Liberty street, ttsbrugh. ' Lessona t are taught in thi little book, whiCh boys and girls wo dbi largel y , • lir gitiPPre if ihe7 wo uld I', t Ilt Practice; ilia principles inealcated.. : d either. Pov erty or adversity discountg the family g re t' 2l/b/ P ) ,to -. 80 , - my. The .. sale . R'S. one of tender inte - n4, and teaches limit those mho try to dotghtltill stlysys ' lindfriendti in time of neediThe work, Igo ) "Lost Pt' ?aris t " is, ele an Otgotten its. [ - ‘ ISI E 'LIiTIX PEAT ; ; Crus t ' of Love. Lyra-arm Hiiißnontant on The Young ~ , v- Orphiurt• 'Published by 'pens., Hoyt, Boston. „For sale by 1t.13, Davis ac Co., Pittsburgh. i •,. . The first awned volatile gives an inter , -eating history of two orphan boys, Davie -sul l ari d . Robin, Halton, who h early itt lif e . beenaid upon the' cold c ties of the - world. .Eftblt Greeley ; on e f 'the ceiitral cholicteifs in ' the . story , - ' Ustntia ' the .3,::.• - •;.) ',, , ,i . .-......,- . 1 ::,4% .;./. , 11 " 1-611 "k't' ll ' Ini142ft * : ' )? ), rAmlft, li*Ark,l ll g.a 1 1 / Ft.Pf the bra j . ;* l loni, ;1 5 0 c •O i si. l3,e , t jq i i' • Pf i tnin. L_ P. 1 ce.. 011 ... giP,lfelrlerhill $ ` shed -*Tr ~ A! .P 34, - 1 1 ! !, itiitrYf:9E,94lPorTige; in 10444.4. hand 0f1,04 is _sigi*lyAts- VlaYed - to - illEate. miler Brother." 3 The benefits PA early religious ` t raining;" nie bappfly glind- ,Xiike:ihn works Of this series, they , are admir ably suited for Eitinda3r"B'eltocillibraiitia. ' 1 , ' '- Alan*, , Tao ?aibi :Boy; Or .Richard Tiuntee's . Ward,', By, Horatio Alger, Jr. Author ,Dg "Ragged" piek;" • ”Fame, Fortune,'.', de.. Pubiished bY_Loring. Boston. . ,'"Raggei Dick is rather a shab by name, and yet, considering the clan of characters Aliactioed, is very proper. This volume, thirdlof the series, , gives the , 'career Of p.1:40,s lOriwho earned 'a antall pittance 'from selling - snatches. While in a prostrate:condition one day 7 owing to the wAe,t qf PrePer...lio.l43l2lnelitrhft!iies kindly eared fdr by one who had' ainne up, froikt4er s,amo povbrtf-stti3Oien tiozw.thrimigh,:whOm he founil opening! that resulted in ' improving his condhion: :Finajiy,. bk: 00.41E4 , bY , a rieik, . and is educated in tine style: Mr. Miner, Pil 11:1 ; aTnutli can 2 tIPT4 the *Mk. Mplioiiirrb or, Mirr 0 4 4'41a,, Aspiradons., Published by "Merii7 A. Todrig'tt Co., .13ostou. 'For , by ; d. ; Li/Read ft Sen.,' BOslisellers „and Stnt.tozOii, Fourth avenue, Etta- In this story.'we have beautifully , illus trated what tsay be adijoinplitihed by a little VoY, , :efright piinCiplea. it shOtie the eniture_ef a good mother, in oppbd tion •to the ,4eifnl proud notion& of a dho3ipated father. Harvard Hoyt r the pea nut-merchant, leading theifteter Ii tLe story, was inoied. to noble deedi Of acUoa to 'counteract 'the baneful course of his parent. 'lltiP Itek, he o , ,OrCeme the difficulties thii hedged ids"tioieeeinte, and finally rose to eminence. "Line," who 'died, hinds additional chime to the *story'-'-illistietes the blessings of iclian,- ( dip.;krr'Yotra'ilcio*"Stit. The hi4ry bf Robert 'ltightbeart. atoll for ' boy& ,; Published •by limy Young - C 0.,• BOIEF3d, For sale by J. I, .Bead do Son, Fourth avenue, Pittsburgh:. Boys especially will team in this story that s conscientious' egard for truth • and right doing, even in little things, Will 'Most cettainly result hanpillyinafter life. the hero of this stem learned lto do right when quite a 'child; and in the :Providence of God; owing' to the 'feeble :health vP Ills . lltther and the death of his _mother, was compelled to cieila boots ad such work to help his afflicted father and younger bothers. Eta upright; 'manly course made him friends, who got him a situation in India, where he rose from an .under clerk to be a prominent iperchant. From youth to mature years, in adversity and.prosperity, he always honored God. NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, April, 1869. Published by Fields,'o6good R , Co., Boston.._ I ;This grand old __ly igantly printed, each number comprising 850 pages, The articles of this, number are but eight,: besides the, critical ,noticesl of new boohs: .The first' paper is entitled iCettoti Mother'and Aalem Wiich,crutt." in whichthii sUbject is treated at•length. Much interest will be felt in the article on "The Tabinutd." There are also ,twP or three papers that ought to be widely read. We mean theta on! the - "Sanitary and Physical Relations of Tobacco," and the "Pintuicial Condition 'of the 'United giata." Dr. Hammond in discussing the former; assumes that the use 'of to bacco in moderation lessens the desere , a tion - the tissues aswttole, and clally. diminishes the wear. and tear of the nervous system. ' It', may be-true, but we doubt the theory. In tite , , paper on Finances the writer thinks that the nominal wealth of ,the country hie been increased:by the war,•but the real wealth of the 'country ie. diminished; 'the' rich are richer, and or' poor are poUrer. The other papers are worthy of a• careful read- This iltutrterly is a credit to the lit erature Of our country, and should have a subscription list worthy of its merits. Bin'atano a Burranny• Or. Blanche .Elleralie's ,End. Harper & •Brothersi New York, have just ptplished:this mince paper covers,' by ,the author yof "Guy. Livingstone."l Itsivea a series of -portraits of men and:WOuien of the 'iorkaige, type, and is. written ;irinrither florid style: Love 'scenes stela prominent lifetime of the t f : outan,e, and`, l oreonied; it, will be eitenalvelyi illnstra tiorut are in keeping - with the text., Heitrisn 7 &llito.inzni acrid us through Henry ; Miner o f .thw ellYi "It is,lQeyer Too Late to *Old a matter-pt:-tact one of the cheai series-of Reade's novels. It is nicely printedovith Arlintried 'edges; and containing ; the We, Pid4live-cents.' Themnerits Mr. •writinga•arp. tqo wep . known, need. commeildailOti troalus. ;,'Ao l ) same, • publishers hairs :fared nsimith it copy 'of i"ThatLOOt :of Nontile . a,!!' „ Mita .ttevel it 1824 of Harpers?. Select Novel's. ittnythi,tig *Ottani . bt Lever`is likely r • 6 4l l ttaiiO 4 #4.4t l eke# 6 o „, ; Irish, and ,Contintmttd life, and • furnishet a thinteld charP,Ptere are presented re, (a like manner. ; or, The . 'riot sTwa following iscurre nt, though in the, papers:' Large Mans 10 jooking.at a 'painting in the windoW; big mitt4msbes him; large man turns round .inalgnantly ,-"Do you krloW whom you, repushing sir ? " "NO, aadi dou't care a —darn ;" I "Sir, am James Fisk, • lunior'!" "Are yon ? well; ,'• I. am &inn , C. 'lleinqp, senior 1" "Oh 1 Al I Indeed 1. Feral, me to make dom fors you to • look. atZ tint' charming `p ictur e . " ". 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MhisOstlaupanyoffeni the folloisinged stem It is a National - Company. chartered ay apeclal net Of Celnreei, 1E68: _ % pai aikup capital of $1,005,000. ' offers,ow rates of premium. , t lurni es iarger %durance than Other toni. %males fbr the Milne money. t tset grt e r te isalierare tgptom attachment. -There are no unnecessary rettrictions la the very policy is non- fOrfe ' Policies may be talren which pay to the insured Miele foll• amount, anal returrialitiorpreiniums. ao that the insurance -coats only the Interest on ,the annusipaYments„ Policies may be taken that will pay to the 1. , . .mired.after a certain. number oryears, during We, an annual, incoma of one-Urals the amount named in the policy, . No estrarate LI mrged for riskauponthe Reel of b males. It insures, not to nay dividends to policy:hold erg.. bac Ist so low a coattbat dlsidenas will be 1m- Possile, .• Osc b ulate, Pamphlets' and full hartimilars tdreh onapplication 'to toe Branch ofece of the Com pany, or to S. W. CLARE Ji CO., Philadelphia. General Agents.for Pennsylvania and Southern New aeries. _ JAY COOKE A CO. Washington. D. C. For. Maryland, Delaware 'Virginia. District of Columbia and West Virginia. . IBA EL aIeV.ALY & Arabi* for ialeglienr, 'Eessar,_linticx. Mercer and Washington counties, 413PLOCAL AGENTS ARS WANTED in every 'City and Town; and applications tram compe tent pitrtlee for such agencies with suitable en dorsement. should be addressed Tse THE COY • PANT'S GENERAL AGENTS ONLYY, to their respeetive districts. • mitEttawAr TILE CO- OPERATIVE LII . O INSCRINCE COMPANY . . tWestern Pennsylvania. . `CAPITAL STOCK .$200,000. OFFICE : No,lll Smithfield SL, Pittsburgh, and 1,11 Canon St., liirmingbam. I.4B.ECTORSH Geri F A. qm.vma. Joint D. ForPLY, Honfinvm 11:IrrOwn,,W. W. PAMICK, Col.At LIM 1.105. WAI;ToSr. H. W. OLIVE), MX. EAKEWItm.„ ALIIXAMiItn WHARTON, A. IL britvsssoar. • I. P. HAISZL. , B. AMMO. /Di. C. J. VsZSDX.-r , C. SOLBSTIII. D. C. DIPLZT. W. C. ArannZß UGH, President. A. AMMON.' Viet/President. E. O. liltaliAN_,,recretary. A. PATTILBsON Actuary. JUIEIX P. BEEVll,•vreasurer. TRUST ES: Hon .I.M.HirktAtritki;Hbn. E. IL Stowe, Hon. Agnew Huff, James P. Barr, Volta tW. Bakewell, Horr W.E. Stevenson, of West Virginia. This HOME INSTITUTIQN k now intly °unit ized; and claims that Ha peculiar Co operative Mtem eatables it .to oiler to its patrons treater Economy, Simplicity, Eq •ali:v, Convenience and Liberality. than can. ht had with equal security .in any other. and oply asks on intelligent coin parleon with- the most ph pular Companies doing Wiliness on the ordinary plan. aplatnwr M23M NrOTlCE.—Whereas. letters of ildminrstrat ion on'the estate of CHARLES estdießEN DES, late ef the city of Allegheny, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned. All persons haring astute against said eaters are icgnested to present t bent without -delay, and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to mate immediate payment thereof Any VA USBYNDER, Aeralrilstritrls, No I TaylOf ;areisse. Allegheny, Cho.. OW. 114 6 1 1.... apM: Mar O.• SKI, JUNE TERM, 3869. n tub matter of the application of the Cen tral-Mute-al Building and Loan lAssociation ul Allegheny City, fora charter of Incorporation. And now, to wit, - APRIL, 24th,,, LEO% In the Conn of Common Pleas, of Allegheny county, It is ordered that notice of .the 'above application be inserted, In the. Pittsburgh BatZT,rii for at least - three weeks, and that - tlfe seine, *ill be granted at next term of said Court,- unless ex ceptions be tiled in proper cline. " • 805. DICIEtRISON, Solielior for Petitioners. apt :Ll2 AUO.TION SALES. - •Inr , tl. amrrasoNe; 00. BOOTS, SUOES kiln CARPETS t - FOR THE MILLION. .BMITHSON'S EMPORIUM 65 AND ST. FIFTH AVENUE. Mesirs. H. B. METHSON 6.00.. proprietors 'Of the well known Mammoth Auction Howle are creating an excitement consequent Upon Abe ay. ..rival of new goods which are being sold. at re tbirkibly low brides. Goods Otirteryytarletylthe finest sewed .hoota.i! the most 'fashionable 'bat. inora,galters, &tub:anklet shoeitilippers,l blankets, flannels Olaeis, (3100}6.;. CAM res. cutlery and' Carpewl. Call and exaMinel " o t rouble: to show,•goods. , 2 Ladles... , =tsarist and children's bus at almost your own pricceit.All'itoods war ranted s renresented. nori FITT8111111!IDIE . k . ' -‘ •• ' ~ . - . if A't SAVINGS. 1 16iiierlr lie 0 himrzNes'lNATiTtrkic.* I - 1 i• Pria.. for Fourth fiAtAs6 t. • • Netasta Orreentiffrins' RANT Or Pt i resindtieiii CH IRiLE B / 1 1 3 arll4 6 § l- 6 ( m ' to VolOok,_ an i WISDKEODAYs-eaI i ifiIATIDIWATIt'VENIxo ~:trbtalmay 3s tae "evember_, reoni;Ll. to toekkih. - and VOM - ovetoper - ist to May lit, O to 1111;f1ialk.: f,,,! . 04,0tBi.taArs, c., lhralshed at • the °Mtg. ` 1 hid Institution eseaslly Mier, ,to those whose recants. are tha v Opportutnty to accamu• - b y small deposito4 easily 'nod,. a sum 'which ww he a relource when opened, and besting in. Amu testeee of reautinlOy noneGEßn; Wuettve. BOA.IID , OW . MANA •netDlc ;6E6;6 A. rieltitit • VICH PRZMDICIFTD, B.; H. WARTMAN,I slAzza' zamat, an. szcnirgany AND TEILAVINT.II, ' . Z. MC.W.M.EY i A. BRADLEY, • IC NIXIOX. - A. S. BELL F. mini palm' s.piLwowrn, Jusutrn,itHoDgs, mo7oLLANsBEE Tony sooTT. :441.o,eilogiAlf s ,,, - B. o. 801118[EBTZ; ) nit! TO HICK ZUG. • ~._,•t .:_ t _i•• 80Licrroas—D. W. A A. 8. Bg./.10.-'Buutroz .tass=btL. T.: t'u 7 . --- - 81^A,TEMINNATOR4a. • fr . '.' C-P / FRP:I-0 1 :4.P.5! . 70110111111 WILSON MEI be a eandlilite for Stite.Eentitir, &object ,to 1t 164 " 1,40,3 01 iho RePtitama County Couvdn, cion. m 5 4 apron st•Arat*ott, SAMUEL IL OLIILEIT Wit; bx seandidate to State Se to; eublee to the 4h. Cislon or the /ten,. bill= Cloluity Conven tion. • • • .. • niYs IlLgrm•FOR ,!SENATOR. cwl.ll '44N,tiIIRSON 'w the n d l ecis be %c' a. O n o d f ld th ate e x ..or State .Scnator, aublect to Publican County Conven• cuya" SENA.TOR. . , TZO ROAS AL ROWLEY Will be s candidate tbr State fenator, subject tti, the decision. or the Republican County Couven myb.i. litgr/.! ' if ! J PAT9/ 1 • . 1101111413 HOWAIED W.lll be it didste to r State Fenator, (, sub , Jere. to the decialo of the Republican County onveu ;ion. nays • V .L W •l l It SHERIFF: • . :attesptediulty announce Miser a candidate tot 1E)=111:0, subject to Ifni usages of the le. pub.lican piny; and 11 successful pledge' airier to iiordle ill my energy to an honorable and bath , tal i dfootkax eof the dales of the cahtid: 7.; . - .4103:1 1 kr 1 ' . U. so wuragraro. Ur,FO,4 SHEMIFF, JOSEPH ROSS, Vdrat.torratilealopr l VlUßL ii. Q.-.-C aren : ors** slizmurr, • , U. 'RARE, Of PlttebtuTh, eubleet to the eeetakott of the 'Entine iletubliteark Coetrty Conventios. topleqett g/MUFT. 1 w6alet reitoeottnhy annonne e; to the citizen& of. Allegheny county that twill be. a ea. dtdate tor tbe thee et n'ItER I PY, subject to the decision, of the next earning it k i ttar Republican County Con vention— .. iFBANIK "purr, vi do mwnship... spat:MT:PP FOR SHERIFF. JOBN a: WATSOH. , . , Of Elizabeth toyeathlp, late private Company D, 791 h ea. 1 1e 4 .. lila be a candidate ter I be (glee of SllEltlFlo j subjeetto the decision, walla Delon Repubtican Coaveation. av20:1177441-,:' a'FOR SHERIFF. WILLIAMS a. lIHRRON, Will be a candidate for the °Aloe of Medd: sub - lees to the decision of the Union Republican County Convention. 'mh7b:gi9-d&F COUNTY TREASURER. WFOR. - cOIJSTY TREASIIR-' - ER. - Late Breast Major U. 8. V 041.01,111 bea randi-j -:ate tor .enotnination. subject to the decision ol' be itepubli^en COlit I' 1;0.'1T/diva. arFOIL COUN'TT T EIC COL. J. Et COPEL it( above Elz umce. ru bethir°l"2l t b je li N ob wtnl • ib:.: Republican County ConTenticut. .ava.i,Bl:Dar frarFOß ItECOUDER. 8. c. arntesTEß Rltl be a catsdldtte for Recarder. sub)ect to the decist.4l - of the RepUbllcan Count) Convention: ntys Igr FOR RECORDER, - LAVE NINTH REG , T C. liir.4o ". • . ar'i7ollt RECORDER, SNIVELY, Virinbe'acandidate for nomluation to the ofhCe of'gPeorter for A Beauty eoUnty. subject to the decision: of the approaching ih.publican County C.uxention. • ap3O:LIZ rev - FOR RECI!RDER, Allegheny City, late ►lr►vate Fifth Excelsior Regiment. Lost a leg In the Beenmi Bull Rim Battle. a027:414 io&F REGISTER OF WILLS. WFOIL REGISTER OF WILLS SUBJECT TO THE DECISION OP THE BE PUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. `: FOR 'REGISTER OF. WILLS .rosErts 8 . QitAY; Subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. ap29:11.1i CLERK OF COUR2'S.'` ggrFOR CLERK OV COVETS,' . , 30711'4 G. BROWN,. • . . lailltvale borough, }nee 'inivate 1051t1 neve Fennel.: Vols. , subject to the deciston'of the Uhlon'Repttbllcan County Convention. ap:o. larTO THE CITIZENS OF AL« . 111CGRENY COUNTY: - r reapectfully annourreemyeelf as a candidate fee the office of CLERK OF CUURTd, subject to the decision; of the' Union 'Republican Celifity*COnyention. 1 would state that 1 a* the office but for uNIC TERM, at abe..termination DI which I would cheerfully retire, believing that there are , °there equally entitled to , the honor and`emoluMents of the office, and u competent as myself , I,arill be ti nderObligations to the' cltisens .of the county for their support. Very respectfully. • JOsEPH 131tOSYHE, Late-Wild (old 13th,) and lith Beg. 'niti2341 . 47 1 t,coviair com,ffnistosEß 60A S COUNTY , ., -, LaiatEER: 3 :.•-. , 4astrli, OXWIAT Will bdrit'OuitdatoribteotinSy deunntestOn ,subject tattle decision the Union Beptibnean• , Ootutt Convention. antra to • ItgrFOß fl COUNTY iCOMMIS Anossa;:. II 'net talniteTOrt nandtdafe!for'Chttnity oo,eiplistenei, anbjedt to the &Lobate" <Walla Onion isepubltenn County Convention.— ' mys 0 Fll ' 1ai.9 44 # 0 1) ~ 40131EIRTOUNIIIN.GRAIC , , L . Of lid ward, Pltiebnigh; 'wilt b e ` it'leatteddate for . County COnlialsaioller, subject td the deelettnittf the Union itep.blloan Oonnty COurenttuut Inyt•oetT • NDIL 1 1 .1711111EitBELTING, nose. Stem.' Pecking Gasket. the ston Belting Companies nienititsith Low a. this . iaselity of isoods cad be lit al teitaufeaturer., ; 4_ll4, stelaim a itial al the -lad% Rubber "Omit. street. •' l,, 4111_11ti' all iiiegta f or the Ceiapanyt ~~~~~F. J. P. DENNISTON, EV3IIIti ND, candlclato for clokon or' the RECORDER. Taos. a UVNTER, ATIGUSTI7B BECHEIIT, JOHN HEIL. JIL, !!si fircr U P5 -11.r413. • Or DIMC.• I l earwiminaki . • i , 141 : 1 ; n1 lallr n toClibOldirs of 'the Filth iayellutl:Biutiverttl elect s•atird of Dlreetors— nloe(9.—ror abe,erasalaystar, on • nesalauptit. Nay 'btt*ee.b3b oars or lbfec and eight P. ibe.Seml, ,School room above : , ,besdft ;grocery', ;Corner Pride , street she Fl llb 'avenue . . • •:,, Ig.,A.....tacHNAßLic, • • - F. HAAN. • ' GEO. C. HEbg, Tellers. m5:175 , ornezokoltY lltrt4rintart AWriDIittVEYOB; t PITTFBUBOIV•AIprit 30, 1869. • (NOTICE:--The atiliresSlOent for 'grading Poirgle* irbin‘Fraelett street to Liberty street Is now rt adxfor.eattat Ln non. and can be Been at.ti.is office until May 11th, 1869, when It will be returned to the City 't'reas tter's Office tor collection. B. a; MOORE, , city .Englnet r. IarPUBLIC NOTICE.' 13 „ ;avant ill !ent to an act of Assembly, approved e'Oth of March, 1869 entitled *lan act relit ; hag to interments in Trinity Church-yard; Fitts , burgh," Public Notice is hereby given of the bi trntion of tae minister. wardens and .vestiy of ,Trinity (Episcopal) Church. after the 10th of 'MAY,- proximo, to use a part of the grave• ground belonging to or connected with said church, as sites for new erecttons of Church at d Chapel anti for grades, and that Messrs. JOHN 'IL SHOENBEHIER, JAMES M. COOPleit, CALVIN ADAMS and JOsIAH KING, of the vestry, have been appointotd Committeeto con fer and arrange, with the friends and relatives of sit persons buried in the gretend ree hired for the ; purposes set forth in the act - Of Assembly afore , said, for theirretention under the new Imildings !or removal to other parts of the lot or :to one of !the rural cemeteries. One or more of the Com ; 3 mittee may be found at the vestry, rebate of the /church at to 5 o'clock P. at., on every, WED NRSDAY and SATURDAY until the loth of !MAY, at which time and place parties Interested t will please call. , . order of the Vestry. JosiAn }ram% ]9 hIS .JuniorW wrdert. '7IPENNNYLVAiIIi IA Amy- ' • ROA CC, • . ' ' T D REASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 1113LADIrLinitt. PA., April 9, 1869." I TO 'THIS . tatiC HOLD& RS OF Tilid.i.PEN.N. . -SYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY. AD fitookbohiers, as registered on the Bonita of . tids company en the 30th day of April. 1869, will,br entitled to subscribe for TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. of their respective interests in New Stock: atar. as imlows: First: Fifty per cent. at the time of subscrip sion betweeu the tail. day of May, 1869, and thell day or June, 1569. Vfftyqvir eeut. between the 16th dry of NoveMber. AWL and the atilt day of Decem ber, 1869; qr. if Stockholders shoald prefer Abe whole emanation, be paid up as the time of'sub soriptionzand each instalment so paid ap 'halt be -entitled to a pro rata of sae Div.dend that may Lbe declared On tall shares. - Third. That every St ekhdlder bolding less than four shares, shall be entitled to subscribe for one share; stud lhose!'holding more than a multiple' of four shares shall be entitled to sab ot:ribs for au additional share: - • , . . Obtortrs.. &U s,bes upon,winehtnatalments are yet YO be pall iiitder lteioluttan or May 1.0,. 1888, will oe entitled to' their alkdmettt the Twenty-61re per cent; at par, as though they were paid in _ • 0 . 15:hi8 . TMODIA.B — T; FIRTH, Treasurer, ' orNancEts mut E IIY GIVEN . . to all . 015'55110 OP: DRAYS, CARTS,' CA.RRIAO7II. BIIGOIES, &a., (whether rethieut or non resident,) la tue City of Pittabtrab, to pay their Licenses at this office rowrimrru, in accordance with an Act of Assembly approved March 30, 1800, and an ordinance of the Coun cils of the city of Pittiburgh, passed April 10, 18150. All Licenses not paid on or before MAY 1889, will be placed in the hands of police of-. firer for collection," subject to a collectionlee of 50 cents, and all persons who nepleqt or refuse to take out Licensee. ill be subject to a penalty dOible the amount of the license, to be recovered before the Mayor. "-: : tliei Old metal plates of last year punt toe re. turn at the time Licenses are taken . out, Of 25 til cents aaditlordd will be charged on each License L .. . BATES OF LICENSE: Each one horse vehicle.... Each two horse vet:tele. Ertel four horse vehicle .. 0 " Each two horse hack Omnibus and Timber Wheels drawn by two ( horses. g 19.00 each. One dollar extra will be Charged for each additional horse used in any of the above vehicles. A. J. COCII.B.AN. felZtetat DEW? City Treasurer. DIVIDENDS. citintss Nkrtowei, • RAN'S*? Y/Trlißtatou, Pa., May 4, 1889.. Igy7T/IE DIRECTORS OF THIS DANK have tide day declared a d.sldend of FIVE •ER CENT. on the capital stock out of tb profits of see last' six months, payable to AitockhAders or them legs' rept-, sentat ves wand after the 11th Mit, free of Bove meat tax. J. E. BEADY, Jr., Cashier. my3:171 071FICIC W*STIOIX.INSURANCE Co.. j PAlndliClloll, May 4, 1869. f MriD IVIDEN D. TIO Board of Directors of this Company have this day deciaied a dividend of Tunigio Dox,x,e,rts Upon a►eh share of the espital stock oat' of the earned riroiltiof the last six months free of Gov ernment aid State taxes, 'payable to the elcct• ho lders nd after the 11th inst. ' • ly4, P. HERBERT, my5:173 SPEOL,Pi.L -NOTICES. Mr ORNAMENTAL AND USE FUL. BUY ONLY , BILVER TIPPED SHOES. • For chlidton • Will outwear, three pairs without tips. .PM:48.5-x:Tri:s GrEPILEPSY CAN BE CUBED Tbose having frieniiii affileted are ear nestly solicited to. send. 'for a Orr-ulna' Letter of References and Tastimosials. which wilt con vince the most skeptical of the curability of the disease. Address VAN BUREN LGOKROW, M. D., 36 Great Jones street, New York. mble:g29-d&F arIITARRIAGE AND CFALIIIIIAL• DY.—An Essay for young men on the crime of Solitude, and the DISE/I ...S and ABUSES which createimpedimenta to MARRIAGE, with sure means of relief. Sent In sealed letter en- Nelopcs. free of charge. Address; Dr. J. SKIL , N i li ti OlUTDN, °wain Agsociatien,.. jam agar BATCHEX•OW S DIE , This splendid Hair Dye bittiabistin the world: tbe only true and-perfect Dye: barmless, ble, instantaneous; Aso disagointment; . I'D. diculous tints,• remedies t egroot4 • OP bad dyes; invigorates and 'leaves the Hair soft and beautiful. Mast or broam. Sold-by , all Druggists andFeribmers;and properly:y.l pli ed at Batelle hies Wig Factory, „Nb. ;Bon atreet. New York. - • • - - an2B:p2B • arDOCTOR WHITTIER CON TINUES TO TREAT - ALL PRIVATE Diseases. nyptillis In all: Its forms, Gonorrbees, Gleet, etrlature, ac., completely . eradicated. That numerous Mass (Ottawas resulting from self almse, producing unmanliness, nervous debility, ittitabllitY, en:tritons; seminal emissions, and dually impotency, permanently, cured. (Termite Offered whh delicate, intricate and long stand. • Ing consintitionalcomplabitt are politelytivited to call for consultation • which coats, nothing. • gr i V e lit c r e fis i t h iegi t teei `once aittir,-41 pertnanent, and which in most cases otn be raped without, bind sauce to business. • Mediemes pre 'pared MIMI establishment, Irbil* embraces of- Ace,' I:reception and waiting lemma; also,' wattling aa a sleeping• apartments, for ,pitients requiting day personal attention,- and-vapor Cal Mitha,- thus' concentrating the tluit,ed mineral ;springs. No matter who , hsve , raUed. state your pee. _Read what tie oars in ;his daupphlet.ot it ft y 'usgbs,'Se o t t i e to ant address fortwoi_tiMpaiti Mivelo . • , Tboasands' of Case* treated smut. all AQ CO and 11l oven: the noun , leaflet!. won .tree,-personally or, by,tuall, - 9 saxstreen Omit Hansel , ttsburgh, Pa d H ours 9 to BP. ait. , ea . days 151 at. , to aP. x. Pamphlet - vent to any add as for Imp stautPs• apt ;: I~)fli flintiannagi.‘ tee! 50.4 - u• ..feeititCoTiti : 115 • 4 _ . e ea Lunt • %--qtee 1 inch Cotognola Pl ank; • , •S gi t lOU slet blyTand ~ $1 lush Osk: ...16-780„R.iiiiNs• Wit And $ Itic.h ropier: • - e rg ro er beautlygt ' 10,000 jest:Dry Yet ow Pine 5 ad 5 ,. ,,: 11000 .feet Hemlock Satntiln . au 500 feet No. 1 15 Inch lioglnol Shin ' . le ir, • . . • 200;000 so. 1 let-leoh Shingles( tawedt i ~ 541.000 O. 116-inch Mangles. onavosl ` • , : 50.000.rtr0 Brlo s i. . • , , ' ' •,. 1,000 Ttre Tne. I • , 105 1 . 001 PIM Cu lt . Aiso....Elaw 111111 Lumber. I.ooust, an d. .--/ &Au l'olts,'-atd alt_orlotes in thellse ou baud and far, ale by 'ALT...LA*4DES rommutsorr.. Irian No. 167 Rebecca street Outlawry*? or. Wont' duntsta street*. Bluth ward, &ligation , tate bor. 400 at Manchus.sose 118 d e• -, pgrly - orr..it w s HOUSE. Lessee...”.• The Manuer takes pleaaare itn. annow.ce tha he ha 3 made an eng l aemeni with Messrs. ELL 0. ER and I) [ENTE R..Ad their - celebrated pant o . mime" toupe.for the production of ts. L. Irox's brand Fairy Trick Pantomime entitled, HUM PTY DIMPTY, • planer EVENING. May 'rah 1619. It will be presented with entire new Scenery sad detlteNbrprtse , . Machinery. Tricks and Transior mations, Properties; 'Decorations, de. ITONY DEN/Rit.at clown: GEE , . A. DEANE as Pantaloon: ITArsItT LFSLIE as Ilarltqatn; 3PLLIt AGRI( DI.. as Cultimbhie. . MagigaMEl=l WY . 11,14111URGH THEATRE. R. gyp: WILLTAMS. Lesseeline Manager. THURSDAY EVENlNG—Cumnlbee.tary benellt of Harry Overlngton„ on whkhnccaelon th. bean- WO American prima donna, .14,210 Jennie Engel, Ylttsblirgb'e• favorite comedian, Harry klotto, and the Mammoth Compane in a Splendid Bill. Ladl , Matinee on t•aturday. le RlDAY—Bezieltat-G , O. RomWA.DTED -40 young ladles. .Apply at. the Delco. ' • 10 - 13URNELLPS MUSEUM AND P&RLOU DIDN6GERU3, The;`Great Famll3 ites<r. FIFTH AVENUE. between Smithfield and, Wood streets, epposlte Otd, Theatre. : • ." Air Own I)ay and Evemlna, the year round. Xdmlestod. ZS cents:Phlldred.lll cents. . . 10 — NAS01VI041ALL. 'EVFOII.IIETT, • THE IL RESTID I C ITATE UR, Inbls grand pre.sentatlon entertainments THIS • (or Hußsi PAY) EVZHINO; May am, sod every might this . SSO In ereenbacks, Independent of 99 otter Valuable presents, to be given sWay honestly and impartially every night. - - :Anew programme of wonders everynielit. Amleslon .25 cenis ;Fanoly tlek , ts. admitting Sy personsi.sl.• • o. ball priee.• . Hon a open at 7; toeoinnienee at S p. 8.. 'trr,r6:in w-ropui.in-LicTutEs AT. LAPAVETTEr HALL Will continue ids celebrated Course of admirable popular Lectures every evening this Week. as M.; ,MONDAY-. EVENING, on Digestion. Causes and Cure of "0 nera Debillty,_" etc. TIIESDAY• EVENIN H G. on the Heart, ow to "Enricb and Purify' it* Blood," etc. WED NE iDs.l( EVENING. on the Lungs, Causes.and per's' er "Weak 'Luella."T etc. - RIIRBDAT ;EVENING, On the Brain and:. lierVes, Canna and Cure of Netvona Debility. etc. PNIDLY 'EVENING-. on the - Organs of the denses,Esl3. Ear. :Nose and. Throat SATURDA EVEN ING. on tne Temperaments. Anatomyoftba Hu ms. Pace, Beauty of the Hemet Countenance. Language of Expreaskm, etc.; splentinilt illus trated with by far the best collection of A no._ tinniest Molds and specimens over seen in the tinned Mains, casting 0ver425,000 in Palle. &eta to the drat Lec, are free- Itentaining Lee- Sures, admission 2.5 cents., "ACADEMY OF MUSIC. ____ • THE ItESEGADE POTOMAC.- A NATIONAL DRAMA six' 00 7.50 . . 15.00 . 13.00 Under the inspieo of POllll undl 8& FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY Monday Evening, Nay 10,1869. Under tic mien/sten and' management of N. A. TAN siEHILL. of thePittsbnranTheatre, ,and late of Pine's Opera House, Cincinnati. - Characters by Mt:nbar* Of the Older.. • PRICIASOT ADMISSION. Parqbette and D. ess Circle Famlly Circle and Reserved seats pa , cents extra, firciX office otoen from 10 A. m. till 3 TO THE PUBLIC: The ''Grand. Army, cf the Republic , . com p sed of Soldiers of the Union who served to tne lite Rebellion. The Private fo.dier is the peer of the bistept officer. The objects of the °reset zetion are charitable; - benevolent. just, social and patrlotle,And shduld command the respect - of all good citizens. To extend a helping hand to the willows whose husbands andsons were our o ninnies. many of whom ue burled on the thousands of battle Odds or in the cemeteries of the land, and , to assist in the impp rt of crippled so:diers, and the educa tion of the soldiers' orphans, we' respectfully ask the patronagf of a generous pnbLc. COMMITTEE,_ Secretary THE SABBATHSCHOOL of the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, of Bast B irmingham,i Meadow street. avid give a CONCERT AND irXHIBITION, for the benefit of the school, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY' Ana FhIDAY EVENINGS, MAY and lib. In the CHURCH. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Admission, SS cents.. - mv.1:151 ROOFING SLAVE OR VARIOUS qualities- and Colors. Particular attention For partion4.ra and prices dress - ,J. S. IiEWISIERB. lio 4etrevesiiii Avenue, tnll3l:gsB PITTBIII3IIGIt, amain'. }many . 7 ratinmi itóiaal. C. Ii.OBINS'ON; iciartrrecTuaira: or' • lack and Colod Printing & Littographlit INICB VOINUBBIIOIO. Grars Fen 7 Road' 44`,' Stree t o felb:eßo - rhEsti- , SHAD. .RECEivEto tili at BMW/OWN PIILYERHA 'popular Stand, NO . 48 Dlatoopd Idarket, Fitts bargtwand at the Twin' Uttn . Atletheny City corner of Ohio and federakAreet s . ax be h ad all kinds of Bea and 'Lake. AO, Halibut, Shad. Beak, Codfish. Haddock and ` el. - Alto, large impales of Whlts.4 ctake -Ptah, lialamoo, Bats. Bsergeon. Hefting and Efaelnaw Trout, .whlek enables cm to ,el l. *the' ingest' market prices,. wholesale of We Melte all lovers of Yresh'llsb to g ive u 1414 *4d we wilt them% Miter. mhzi l ilC~ PESCS~9 .- 100_b~uh ,~ , _ _ =i - r---;. ='~~ ,Wx. xxxxxamr. •• at.. W. CANIUXQ, DE. GLEASON, Of Pllitfadelphja. OF THE IN FIVE ACTS, C. A. IL CCiMMENOIN G T R A DE-MARK. 11111)GE'S: Liamp - ; , \ IIIIMYS - • _...,,;; for sale by a. B. QANtISLD. ~.50 cents. ..A5 cents.