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New Kid Gloves at 75 cents a pair;
White Cotton Rose at 12 cents a pair;
Five Pair . good Cotton Rose for $1,00;
Parasols and Silk Sun. Umbrellas;
Pans in every variety and price;
NEW STYLE PUFF WAISTS;
Puff Berlin Gloves.
NEW GOODS RECEIVING DAILY
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SUN NYWN, AS! AND DERRY HATS.
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Oar Whole/Ale Department, now well stocked
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mv.pst opened • Inlie new itoek of
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WEDNESDAY, JITLY 4. 1866
' The Gasette.—Persons leaving the city
doling the lummox, can hare the Giarrni
maned to them by leaving their address at
our counting room.
E.—invalids andothera interested rill
an writ t.. preserve this advertisement, as it
w in' not appear frequently.)
IMPORTANT TO INVILIDS !
THE ATTENTION OF
Persons Mingled with
ANY fORDI Of IMMO DISEASE,
IS INVITED TO Vio.
The Only flight and Curative
SYSTEM OF TREATMENT.
AS PRESCRIBED BY
DR. J. W. SYKES,
Special Practitioner for Pulmonary and
Other Chronic. Dimeaems, at
191. .I.•MENTIT 08T.18.104.22.168E1T,
Fourteen years constant (anti arab:mire) at
tention to tne above maladies, together with
a practice embracing morecnaea annually than
most physicians 800 in a lifetime, has enabled
Dr. SYKES to perfect a mode of treatment
which, ender lovitlence, has proved the
means of restoring hundreds of invalids to
health whose cases had previously been deem
Dr. SYKES wishes to P tato distinctly at the
mitset, that his success is not duo to the rise of
any tangle remedy of trancendent efficacy,
I mt results from the employment of a SYSTEM
w TREATMENT, embracing a large number
of the most efficient remedial re-gmuces, out of
which each caw is suited according to its portic.
This disease is eminently curable, but fills
thousands of graves annually, because its vic
tims waste their time of curability to trying
partial and irefuellelent treatment,
in order to cure Consumption, it Is absolute
ly necessary to employ a combination of :- erne
dial measures, for no single remedy or reme
dial measures can effect at/ the changes which
most and ,to take place in the curative pro
cess. Thus the breathing tube and shoulder
braces are needed to expand the lunge—do In
crease their respiratory surface, anal thereby
Increase the oxygen of the blood, and the gen
eral strength. In nineties this, they also re
move- In a great measure, the inflamation and
consequent thickening of the walls of the air
rolls, w Itich condition precedes the deposit of
the tubercle; and since the tubercle Is depot.
lied directly from the Impure blood, it is ne
eetesarylo make ease of creations medicines,
pure diet, daily bathing', proper exercise, and
ercry practttable measure for purifying the
blood. These remedies and measures tend to
greatly Increase the streilletb. But it is also
requisite; in niauy eases, to add to these the
use of special tonics and stimulants to in
lungete the system, no that She ulsers in
may Deal. To quiet the cough, an crease or diminish the expectoration as may
Ire needed, cough medicines an / inhalants
must bo used; to relieve pain and further re
line° the internal irritation, soothing inhala
tions, external anodyne!. and mild counter
irritants are of great value. Most of the
above requirements exist in every case of true
consumption, and while the medical agents
may tie Indielonely harmonised and combined
ma that the patient need take but few MlMl
eines, it Is absurd to suppose that any single
remedy can supply the place of both these and
!system* measures. But in many eases still
other requirements exist: there may be ex
hausting chills, night merles, fever, etc., re
quiring suitable specifics. There Is often,
also, tiyapepsta, or sesta iths, or meth - Demi, or
some form of skin disco/ea, or female com
plaints, which must be cured, or the lung dif
ficulty cannot be removed.
Hence it will be seen that no single remedy
can poesibly MIIIII so tunny and such varied
demands; neither any Isertati ireatoisat t as the
use of Medicated inhalations, Elea rielty,
Water Cure, Movement gore, fultill all
1121.. Mr. Sykes would also earnestly caution
invalids who have coughed during the winter
and spring, against depending upon the re
turn of warm weather ror a restoration of
In moat caeca it merely retard. the prwre
or the disease, and yet permits It to gain as
much that. the patient rarely survivor the rig
ors of a second whiter,
nundreds of persona thus die every' rintel ,
who might have recovered, had the favoring
influence of the preceding wormer been add
ed too enrative mode of treatment,
Spasmodic Asthma, or Phtlandr.
This la the most distressing, and yet the
most curable of all forms of Pulmonary Di-
Ana,.e. Cases of thirty peat* standing have
been entirely and Permanently eared by fr.m
too to four utontha of Dr. Sykes , treatment.
Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Catarrh, in the
Nasaal Passages and Throat,
Are prmootly And permanent) y cured t..s' Dr.
Sykes' method of treatment. Ills anceem lo
treating those is also due to a Mil/clans com
bination of local and ,general treatment, com
prising tribalatiom3, wnshcs thrown Into the
posterior mental cavities by means of a
[ranted syringe, de., Se, together with
general treatment to remove the morbid con
dition of the brood on which the disease de
D4 - opciota Coaliveneta, Taper C4mplalnto,
Heart Disease, Chromic Inwood of the
Kidney% PUa, Jot..
The above oilmen Ia are so freonently the
male of Consumption, or complicated with it
that they hare engaged a large chant of Dr.
ii' Menthenthillt and—with the exception of
some forme of Organic Heart Disease, in their
nature neemasray beyond the ranch of
remedies—they are all perfectly curable.
several CW:lbretst dillealles of the stomach
are commonly Included m 14111,1.4.3 term of
Ignite:, en error which hleoives errcatcoun
and often injurious treatment, and In thous
ands of -cases prolongs for yaps the most
dreadfutsulifestinge, which, treaded properly,
tam be candle slew realm or menthe. Thmt.-
meat beneficial Mr En vie Dyspepsia b. Tory
injurious for Chronic Inflammation of the
stomach; and yet their symptomsare so nearly
alike, that It requires& Tory Dims experience
to enable the physician to disertjahula
ately between them-
Scrofula and Skin Diseasft.
rerroftpla and Skin Diseases are very fre
quently the causes of Lang Disease, Indeed
consermralmv le simply a der. Oakes' .et of
Scrofula in the loose, while the varlotei forms
of Totter, Eczema Paoli:Paw ac., often recede
bolo the miter skin, and limy cause Consump
tion, Aatitma, lironatuils, or disease of the
digestive organs, according to the part they
may become seated upon internally.
Dr. Sykes him had the pleasure of witness
ing. the recovery. mulor, 4h treatment, of
scores of formidable cases, hogs of Scrofula
and ocher blood thseo-ses—c4isca which bad
been deemed past relief by both physteimp and
frtc , pl. of the pat
By the use of his unrivaled mechanical rens,
(alma, together oil h proper general etrangth
ening ttleaaEres. iir."Sylrea Las Met with a de
ft:Mel treating saes, tar yowl hat litinhieil hy Other means.
Sow to Obtain .11r-Isykrail . lTratinent .
Valenta . 'ilefienn travel "liLLMILI visit Dr
ir.3 4 4l,r,"„"ir . „EreTutire 4 r tl'ebrbrg;
„ rprogr , ....,dure.rauft ex
pense or 11,1.6.1u:11. 10.1.0.1 MD than furnish
the needed Lippman , . and rernedira for a
carrile of treatment' lasting two or three
months. With these awl toll written and
printed inetructionrofor }ho general Conduct
of the treatment, the patient then rename to.
his home, and is then 'minimal to report 1111.1
eruption. I's - leiter, at Lealstauen In two week.
These toiler s allow Wll3l , changes occur, and
enable Dr.... to anperintencl earl,ease as well
as he conid tin by perermal i
It is rarely necessary for psilents to remain
Itlf Dr. B. morn than ono day, or to •lslt hit
Expense of Treatment:
da Dr. byline , specialty i, limited mainly to
chronic or long standing oases, requiringprtt
I rectal treatment, be does not prescribe for a
Aflame —timu„Wan. twd Ot months, for
which, Including all the necessary apparatus
and remedies, the charge ranges from • 130 to
IPA according to the nature and reQuirtmients
of Choi:tole. in cases requiring a second course
of treatment, as the instruments are already
supplied, the, charge is from ,*1 to 610 per
Dr. Sykes Willobeertally treat persons in in
digentecireniestromes at greatly reduced rebus.
But lie finds IL necessary to require each op
plicante Lo s nod a etstOment, from [heir p ter or some. responsible person, certifying to
their limited manna 4 T Consultation always
. • .
ef reiruirrd when the apliaralus anti
• • Treatment by. Letter.* •
A Pommel interview Is not always essen
tial, as taVery many dtallea the nature of th
dims° can befipy showu by Written snit*
meat, end s es le.conetantly ppeserthlog
Vati= r aVgle b9 tc:ro n' t dr 4 "`Y.!'"l
- .bug t Pt m tlgo-LUIP of And i gZsv 7 4l 4 .;:t:iTi
I l li n eM s to ° wnleb ' w enable •
weir eases folly and cleerly.
Renato of Dr. B .rees' bYsteln of Treatment.
trkaLSOw P na tentrtiOS.—DS... J. W.Brae
Desr.l3l4 *rite foi e - to =press to of •
• bligation. Coypu O s n i nrinn yo t rose
bee in:rtre. GWOVa reme.tinit tor the ra ' all •
me di cal help I believe you here bren to °
..1•0111ballere that yod, under Weil were
.nrattnis of :arrestrrN steadily sev i a n i n , con !
.suntpth 'When: i'llyYlbut to "yea for • gi n . i n
um . Tun reviving
,symptOreS of former 4113-
eidtles,,wlthriew - evidences sympto m s of
ease, have ninth boon oneenotrby
m=ut t - takou fortiNO:reontliapnat,• and we are
110= Ai b ir i, egs=l 4 7 . 4 4 1uLn . 78 ( agate.
od of it glllutanitrY and ( A.m.* Ms.
eases, hares row inennurn recommend
ing you:A.o3bn sZwunt. 1 , 1 otl are et liberty to
use, thlCOnnsitt CoutglAttionin any way you
please. Yours truly, .,. . X. fb,CitJamr.
Tuntor**Xlit..X. - Church . ,
•• • Ohio,
Cler e land, OW, AprX.7ln, 100,
hart ..i.inairrir FAY arts CoMITY, Ps.,
• Ntnrch /nib 18tH. f
On. W hear
witness to your greet '_-ttesting .Ltiug
;lag a " a a , =4. 3ll l o Y o W=lter=tr.•
M .ur 4, 01 so
t%,%1 [Wilted (meld scareilly. across mY
~ ,t bn4bo t l o ,o4-_ knt(W.Y.
..enktu.'lnntl Of th e
• time ruli7 serereWsite4swiamtlerge•wouNts
of corrupt matter‘andlsple-iblood traltuattlY,
Toe upper pest otwayittshp , brunit was octn,•
siderablv Minkeztin. Iha t daffy. hectic fever
and chill; suffered much with pain In my
chest; was extremely emaciated. In short,
hope rdtrticians had pronounced my case
x aux treatment helped me speedily, mid has
restored 'me to comfortable health; I c.in do
good deal of work; expect to visit the city In
alfty• and will call on you.
Mao. MAZY J. GILLZLAND.
the Acting Brigade Insptetor of this
county, and a man of considerable Influence,
has called at my office to testily to the great
benefit he has received from your treatment.
HA desires to say all the good he can for you.
I thought I would inform you that you have
so good a friend in this county. Tne Major
lives about six miles north of toys town.
Yours, de, E..G. honey.
[Major Strickler had loot his father, mother.
and three brothers of consumption, and had
been sick many mouths before consulting me,
at which time he was In coal:Wined consump
tion. His poet °lnce Is East Liberty, Fayette
county, Pa.. where he Is still living.]
CWCL'”b. . A . n rar 3l :t., C ll& PA "
Da. Svaas-1 think I am doing no more then
my duty in making known what you have
done for me. When 1 applied to you in Janu
ary, ].ail, it was thought by others, and I my
self believed, that I was In the last stags of
consumption. 1 had used various remedies
without benefit; my family physician gave me
up; said he could do nothing for me—that I
could not live alz weeks, remedies brought no
relief: swiftly the Inexoranle distemper was
dragging me down to the grave. A distres.
ling cough, hectic fever. chills, pain in left
lung, and all the horrible symptoms of con
sumption were fast doing their work; but 1
thank God that I went to you. I bad not lased
your medichies a month till / got relief; appe
tite returned, and rest and strength. he
that has not been so afflicted can realise the .
joy that hope brings when the sufferer feels
that an antidote has broken his dimming Slow
ly my cow:Mutton built up Its shattered frag
ments. I have not yet recovered my full
strength, but now enjoy good health.
That I feel grateful to you and to that higher
Power, of which you are the instrument, fur
the years .that are spared to me, God, who
knowetti the secrets of every heart is my
judge. Mace Itsoont Aurnoar.
Dr. Sykes hopes no one will understand him
09 asserting that eery Man of Consumption
gets well under his treatment; on the contra
ry, in its later stages he can give but little en
couragement; but be feels justified. In pre
senting the above evidenem that lOlTChnles
eases apparently hopeless may recover, Ile
would, however, earnestly caution °onset:up-
Lives against delay in securing the right
treatment, and assure them that while in Its
find stage the disease Is almost invariably end
certainly curable; every week of neglect sure
ly diminishes the prospector recovery.. Pr.
Sykes always Informs Ills patients of their
real condition, however unfavorable it may
Cast”i of Asthma andlirouchltlx
Pirrsuu Ron; P.., No. lu Lineal, ST
hio.rch 16th, 18e.G.
Da. J. vv. Stairs—Dear October
I consulted you for severe Asthma and Bron
chitis, which I had from my childhood. The
Phthisin was so severe at times that I could
only get my breath at night by Bitting up,
having windows and doors opened. I was also
much troubled with Dyspepsia- Three mouths
before consulting you, I was so much reduced
that my family physician said I could sot
live six ,months. As 1 ant of a consumptive
family, and was so much reduced you did net
trot h y t e Pm . ratrbaogi.tly..'rmyyefiL p b r u o- 1.
longed—l placed myself under your tare, and
improved rapidly till my health was entirely
restored, and I have since remained entirely
well of my old ailments and In good health
every way. Yours respectfully,
Mae. Many 1... M.'Canntras,
Kuria Ace P.O„ Attaoliaxv Co., Ps
September IS, Lat.
Dn. J. W. Si sas, Dear Sir,-1 have long felt
it my duty to acknowledge the remarkable
manner In which my health was vectored by
your treatment, and will defer It no longer.
I consulted you In the fall of 1010, hang then
extremely reduced by severe Asthma and
Bronchitis. I had consulted several Doctors.
arm not only failed to benefit me, •bnt pr.
nounocd me honorable, and said I ought to set
tle my affair. a, I could not live longer than
I had often to sit In m} - .chair nearly all
night with windows retired, and even then
could scarcely breathe enough to keep me
alive. kly cough was very violent, and I
raised large amounts of yellow corrupted look
ing manlier. lily cough was often so a loleol
as to cause me to vomit tip my 100,1.
1 adopted your treatment, and in lour wealth
was able to go to Louisville on a coal boat, and do full days' work. In two or time mouths
had gained at loot thirtythve pounds, aol
SUMO that time have enjoyed good
clenausu, Wt.., D. LI,
W. Slritlt, Dear 811,-1 1 , 118,/121.1der your
care 111 December, LUZ. I nave never bad an
attack of Asthma since using your run:wall.`.
My health Is now flat rate—nevor folt better.
lours truly, Tao,. 11. Doan, a.
Puooror-r, Ilutler Co., 14k., Doc. IA, Let:.
Oa stk., Liear str-1 consulte4 you to Oc
tober, 12 , M, for a severe cough which had trim-
Weil me about a >ear, anti hail teen very -.-
vete for about MIA months. I was greatly re
duced In strength, ow. rola/mg thick yellow
phlegm, or matter, and hail night sweat... You
oald I hod severe Ilronehills, but gave rue
much encouragement of meet, y. This it•
better than I hail expected to boar, anil I klop•
toil your txmatmeat, and Lho result was:. sp a .,
restoration of health, which muesli. good
Ify chest was expanded too inches, and Lui,
weight, which w. only lIS pounds, has Loren
itscreaopl to lIS. I can contlgentially rem.-
mend Invalids to admit your treatment.
SIMON ball. LW, J r.
si - Mr. Stickle 00(1 r.liles as above
Unt.eaOwn, Trienbull Co. Ohio, hfarrh a, Inel
Du. Frree, Door Sir*/ drop you a hoe to
nay that my wife It well, and imtling swat and
fleetly and I feel very grateful for the Inaprove.
went that luta been made In her health by your
tiyIII.OIII of treatment and our earn In following
ho tuna manna In wroght from 103 pound,. to
andlralned wavered Inches In the girth ol
her cheat. lan° In Improved In 13VIM"' tenteet
and is now dolma her work. Your,. truly,
tool LIAO. U. W. ilft7lllolll3, or Penna.,
onset, W. Vs. COT aaaaa —lin_ Semen, Dew
eir.-1 write to Inquire whether you think yon
eoutl doh ything for my wife. finder tlic
gtiod I owe to you my pi...wt.
health, and I think my Itle. I have kook un
bounded confidence in your aka] to all
nary aln lit 11/hlr, that I thought you might givr
relief, ni my ert , ase .100—Roe •Latement 4.1
tits wife'. rate ../1411.1•••1 here.)
Truly W. glens.% o.
Etunkeretintep. kW , [so..
M r. Multi.. iireeue Ch., I'd, t
July Sl , Peet, $
Dm. al sm. Pear "4.n—l have Int_proved Se.,
fast during the Mat month. Have gained
eleven pounds. 1 have bad ao palpitation for
almost three month... Tne neighbors say I
look like another person, I loot wa Mitch hot
ter. limpectfaliy yours,
M. 4. Maar A. iltdatas,
Mra ileadlee had been aLUlcted for mouth.
with Most violent palpitation of the heart, or ,
earring In parosiyams mating two or Munn
bouns. She alai/ had a pain about the heart,
and often aytopuotti a of organic divest,. of the
De. J. W. Stara, Dear her e—..l 'yeah to grati
tude to testify to the cure you have effect,' eu
my cesee. I weea afflicted with au organle dis
ease° Ofthe heart for at least dee years, to.
gather with other Watt - easing ailments. My
trouble Etna began with slight palpitation
when walking faat, or tip or stairs. hod
Moth Sburp pain about my heart, and much
merengue there. At Limns my heart IVOllid stop
beating for several *Woods, apd then paltn
tate with .rxwealna violence, and my breath
would BOOM entirely. cut off. My bead was
badly effected with pun, partial liminess,
dimnessof valor., do. in addition to thrum
troubles I had a bud skin disease for several
years. When I consulted you I felt that I bad
not long to lire, but lau happy to be able to
say that tram the day t began yob: treatment
I began toltoprove, and have been rapacity re
covering ever since, and [or many weeks past
I have felt us well as over I did to my life.
Yours with the warmest regard,
Jogs tr. Irons a,
W ssr N OATHo, Cook Co., 111.„ March t,
Oa J. W . limas, Dear 81,-11 am happy to
Inform you that yonr treatment has °gritted
In toy caw ell and more than all you promised
or 1 had hoped. The palpitation of the heart
is gone. and Its action Is now regular. My ap
petite is natural, bowels regular. and that ter
rible distress In the head luta ceased entirely.
I feel as If I bad a now-head.
I had, as you will remember. been sick about
a year when f came to you,
and unable to do
anything. My father had died of disease of
the bears, combined with other dlilleoltles.
I have hoer so welt this winter that I have
done the most of my own work. Tito distress
and wind at my Stomach does not trouble me
at all If lem reasonably careful in my diet. I
thank you very mini for the tamoet I havo re•
ceived, and hope you may be equally success.
fill In every case you treat.
Very truly yours, A. W: Parr.
M. Woefsser, Masontown, P., hays t—
°When I applied to on 1 was atillt-ted with
dhseesto of the heart eight or nine yeses: Dar
ing this time my suffering was greater than
can describe. Many times when I wont to bed
1 felt afraid I should not live till mor tang 1
=told not speak or rend aloud without feeling
as If I should faint. lam now entirely-recov
Uppeptle and Complicated Caner.
Lusnvbi Lucy EllII CO., PS. ,
March 2n, MOS
Da. J. W. arizet—Drar Mr: having masted
a year and seven months more than tongue
can tell, with female complaints, spinal weak
ness, heart disease, liver complaint and dys
pepsia, I became se emaciated that all who
knew me or saw me despaired of =rare; my
blonds said my medical ate could never re
store me to health again. I was raider the
treatment of throe of the most eminent physl-
Maya In the count: htitAboystfforded me no
became so emaciated that I only weighed
sixty pounds, It was about this time that I
learned through Mrs. It. hunter, of your skill
ful practice and imatediately wrote to,you,
and In the following month—January 1861,-1
commenced your treatment and followed It
six mouths. I commenced rapidly, ro gain,
and at the God of the year Instead of weigh
ing dr.ty gmands e n joyhixl ono hundred and
OILY, and am now g betterllealth than
ever justiceylife before. I write this, dean/lug
it bu to myself and my-preserver to
publish to the worlu what tie hag dorm for me,
and that should there be any one suffering as
thlg, done, they may immediately apply Hi
r• .r ea for aid. Yours respectfully,
Kea PL. M. Wan:inv..
tir'reh;:bigwr—Dr7 " -70.4°,--' ::: Yilr u Y e al Fo Ps p t4 ruserl iailtt :Ff h" or °l :
Ills stomseh Was evidently Inflamed,
walls thickened. au h ad ,and Its
great distress alter
.eating. monk belching of wind
_. sold Ms atom
setttfelt dead Or peralyzett . Hie els would
ne sot at all without physio—his kidneys
eqMdil inaletive — ids kbeetile capriciou4--his
beak very weak. Ile corn
drowsy-feeling: and a stttr * much
rill Cower:" LIM akin was tilsccajnad—Vro:
sputa. Ills ill health was brought on by loss
of sleep and accessive application to his du
ties as telegrapher In GOVerunient employ.
idarranserow, W. Vs., March" 1566,
Dr. J. W. &mks—Dear Sin—ln reply to your
request I will say that I am quite Willing You
should publish an u.... - •count of my complete cure
as effected by your Judicious treatment.
In conclusion allow me to thank you for
yonr gift of health, and to say that my health
has remained laa.l since restored by your
treatment. Gratefully yours.
J. W. FRILILL.LND.
Pearsasymts, Butler Co., Pa-,
Apr Vith, $
Da. J. W. Stars—Dear Sir i I
took the Diar
rhea while I was In the army, in May, 190,
which became so bad that I was discharged,
and hoped by coming home to doctor I mig ht
get well. I employed the best Doctors In t h is
region, but they failed to benefit me; and In
August, 1934, when I had been sick almost fit
tome months, and was reduced to Little more
than skin and bones. I consulted you. At
that time my bowels were inbred very often,
especially during the night; and the dischar
ges contained much slime, and sometimes yel
low matter. I had much pain across my bow
els, and much vomiting; nothing would lay on
my stomach. I also had' constant thirst and
fever, with chills. Your treatment helped me.
at once, and I am now enjoying eieellunt
1 am very grateful for What you have done
for me, anti remain,
Truly yours, ROOM', MOORS.
dE 11E31E318E1i TUE ADDEESO,
DR. J. W. SYKES,
191 PENN STREET, Pittsburgh, Ps.
THE QUEEN ! THE QUEEN.
THE QUEEN OF
MRS. WINIALIIW'•a QUEEN HAIR RE.sToILER
Is QUEEN, not out) In MMus., but In VllVrvus.
lathe Beat lialr Restorer e•er offered to
• - •
An Infallible loanTvitan anti I...m.lLnVan 1.1 the
lair if faithfully applied.
id to Itro /fair //we.
IL arts directly upon the roots of the hale chang
ing grey hair twits original life color arresting pre
mature decay and tailing out of the hair; (wadi....
ing scurf and dandruff; and curing all humus!, of the
It will change dry and wiry hair to soft and lu
It imparts a delightful fnigranew to the hair.
In snort, if no wish to restore your hair, as in
youth, and retain ou
It through Ille, use
MRS. WINSLOW'S gLIIIN HAIR RISSOKSIL
IYlce $1 per bottle. Sold 14 .11 Drogglola
R. E. SEl.T.Frits & CO.,
W2O. BARNHILL & CO..
• ri D
SHEET LEON WORKERS,
No.. 20. 20. 24 and 24 Penn .treat.
Haring ...mired • taut yard, and fornished it with
the most approved machinery.are prepared to
manufacture every description of we
BOILKRa. lu the
best manner. and warranted csittal to unmade In the
rountry. CHIMNEYS, ILIIJCZUELLPiIi, PLUS BEEK
sTkAiti LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS, LIiIN
iiIINSKILS, SALT TAPS, TANKS. OLL STILLS.
Att T A TOIL, ETTLI • PANS, BOILER
12i. Si.:(lA.B PANS; and sole manufaeturets
of SAILSHILL'IS PATENT BOILERS. itenaoSos
tear on the short... entice.
COPPER MILL AND SMELTING WORKS,
PARK, McCIIIIDY & CO.
toulactatversof ISILVATRLIMIU, BILASIEtto A Nat
aVaLT c‘frrEu., YILESISYD COPPER BAYTTVIIIi.
A L,L.la *TILL ISIITT/1.118, SPILLTIM fatl.lakett.
•tao, Lutportcasan4 Ocala* Is MICIALS, TIN
MAI*. eIIEXT 11/UN ad. Constantly or,
Auld, TLIINK.II.I• ILALHINIKa and TOOLS. P aro.
boo., No. I& V Ili** and WA Sawa* WritanTA Nita-
OW'attf order,of Copper Cal to IWOrdeslard
PITTSOURGEI SAW WORkI,
HUBBARD. BRO. am CO.. lasamaumar •
rd to of VA ratNi lIILULARS, *arrant,
CANT STICEL SAWS, °fee,* dtawrlptlon.
Moto, Croaa-la, totAn,at,4 all attar vartoLlea
All Malt of Allalerat tod Vratllstlb. Made fro.
auoat an-Start , Cat teamed BEAT Au
%PIN ISt/ K Al TES, An.
QV II madman.and Waits, comer WATaa SUM
"tart . Statiartn, rotalmargh.
rart.t•oiar atwotton paid to arotonthina, snnandoa
.04 wall:mean* Clrattlar Sawa; also, 'apart, of
that*. eimakln g aad Lhilllng domt al rea•oostala
EirnoemsoN, REA & co., out.
trs to nualitatatt, tab.... WArzefiN woffs . ,
Pomander. nista, etsbarwh.
Wao.factarrre of Iv tAT A,Nla art ',Tit'', AuT
,i LON kattills ES, ItLAST Katt:lNA.", MILL I.IA.
Lula. Calf ItEA/LINO, NMAVTINU IIASTINt/s
ao avant - 0,0..1a 11 11. T Aa, and sTII.II, 110 d LEH
a AU sHatIT littla. WOKS.
id , Apt.. for GI VT *RDA PATENT tAJTA, fa,a,
or fatality, bona..
L4r - .1 °WS COCHRAN b. BRO.,
tesmmfactorer,ot 1114.05 N'AULTS /Ott.
I AULT lAA tIM, /MIN 22.214.171.124A1ti, WIN lAA%
aIIUTTIIIIS. WI:al/VW I/UAHLatt, &a. Noa •1
aCt b sod Is SILL IU" eiTHSKT. bomme.a Wood
and Market. have on hand • variety of ..ramulornm,
faa,q -ad pLIII4, alt
Br no - Molar atteatlot pad to ...Wawa lon e.
Loam. Jobblail dm.. say. - i•
t4 - 111.4111111A GEL AND CEJLI DA CI ,
IlLoa•, of It antic, anti latatiottott for
5..0 00 4* * N, • tateraAr4 and Now.
TWal olta mare Mane Or rattal
• .nt fr.. at char le crated latter cot lapoa Ad
s, to .1 *1,11.1.1N IlutAill . roN, Howard A
BOOTS, SHOES, &c
Ladies• Congress Gaitei-a,
Ladies' ii/ii &eel Slipper*,
Inen's teal/ Boots,
Meirs Cam Etalmo/atm.
Men* Calf Gaiters,
Mese* Calf Oxford Ties,
IN, 1 tII4WG AND CIIILDICIN.B
BOUT. AND SHOES,
• EVICRI VAILICTI AT IMASON/11.E.1 . 11 PS
GA DELALirlAcwt letrocot.
J. A. ROBINSON & CO.
JUST ANRIVAII FROM THE EAST.
300TH AND SHOES.
No. $9 Market St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
This old established hoe. has now h. stun thtstl
fl se thousand dolls. wont of Boon sad Shoes, it. ,
aylsa th. lawn, dap hest,loblet a. an,
.Istermlonl to inn at V X III LOW PIIJC,B9.
have ensalsnd out. tnt undentokl by any to the ho.
no.. MIS keep lands an lb barb..
Chill sod climb. ono anek of ir p , setel we r„,,
3011 wall Is
Ibe Boot sod l Ilse.
Ito not forgot ms plane, OW Alarm,. Wert.
len JAMES 110011.
(HEAT EXCITEMENT AT
02 Federal Street. .
Boots, Shoes and Galicrs,
AT REDUCED PRICE%
GREAT SHOE EMPORIUM;
92 Federal Street, Allegheny, Pa.
A. 1 4 1116 4 31 ,AND FRESH ARRIVAL
SUSUMU BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS;
Just received, and will be sold at the VEItY LOW-
CdT 11.11.18,•eltaer , Wholessie'or
UIVIL US A ()ALL UNYOKE PUILCILABINU
CLIICW HERM. • -
J. I. & W. C 4 BORLAND,
' No. Bella,fet ideceL . id deer Mom 6LU.t.
600MT/7 visLlNtwa. . an
FIELIDINVAIr 01104 • f
11403alteisiterawid . 11ealen to
BOOTS, • SHOES :alums,
NEW — HOOT AND SHOD STORK_
.fib. 24 Bt. ciao , street.
AUL etC., w 6 ohwill old •at -we LOWEST
ItiOgii. OWN:Om red) 01401.k.a.-I(Atiti.
4Nrs MINEICACLIP nooirmAND,
Z,lsi"Pyl. 3 .atiatlt a
ADIEtIt FINE BAI./lORAL 4 1- 1 - 111
Zr Z SMlturM i ka;i7, e 3 Market .t.
j.l "i ;1, ITI at
•• • '
J. W. OA UN AN AN & C0. , 6 xt Marleckat.
Tsar.' LELEHILIVEED - wr •EL
...^-2011T11 ?SAY - ItAKES„ . ....entitle -Mtn and
Pirtr ' e r nito:rl7,l , l ,lll b ot
them , Cit. -
Hay Forts, Sprint tau Pimp wagons, sral bu
s. s nod Trucks of every, at.ylv. toado. At the: iraa.
1131114161.. st.tuts male% and or atialia.di
The UNION REPUBLICAN VOTERS of the
Congressional District are requested to meet at the
uenal places of bolding elections In the various
Wards. Boroughs and Townships, la Slid District.
On Saturday', August 11th
And.elect TWO DELEGATES from each election
district, to meet In County Convention on TUES
DAY, AUGUST 14th, at 10 o'clock a, m.. for the
purpose of placing In nomination a candidate for
The primary elections f o ur townships will be
held between the hours ofand nix o'clock, and
in the wards and boroughs between the hours of
four end aerets o'clock r. S. In the wards and bor
oughs the elections shall be by ballot, and In the
townships by muting.
J orb i' ballot.
By order of the Lonun ßE ittee.
W. LBO, Chairman.
Axtounson. f r .„
It. W. Tilolkse. myl4.l,44dtkwr
CONGRESS, 22d DISTItICT.
HON. J. K. MOORHEAD
Has to placed himself at the disposal of his friend.,
in response r esent e d by call made on him,
now presented by them as a candidate for nomina- I
lion for Congress for the =I District, subject to
the action of the Union Republican County Von yen
jar - CONGRESS
GENERAL JAS. S. NEOLEY
aI h t. : ..ANDIDATE IN THE 220 DISTRICT.
Ii4rCONGLIESS.—The friends of
HON. JOHN P. PENNEY
11111 present lila name to the Convention of (to
Union party, for nomination an &candidate for Coo
groan In the 1,1 Illatract. mh mawd
To the Tax Payers of the City
'rill; CITY TREASURER Is now
To Di rt 1 1 1 w' st o re il ec?... e r,,
CENT. II half] Im t fu ' re the Farr iDAY
k.ll , A litiUeT NEXT.
The lletraratle I.lceti.es are tine and thust he paid
(ore thr Yilwr lIAI 01 , JULI NEXT 10 orth,
care cost and expense hisult ...Taman Alderumn.
1e1.2:d3 WM. EWE BAUM, Treasun.r.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the co -partnership heretofore existing between
II MLitt Y HART/ilk/ITER and HENRY MARTIN,
doing business under the Orin and style of liA wr-
MASTER A MARTIN, was diem:deed on TUILUIJ A V.
lone Null lust. . by Mutual consent.
lik N It 1n etARTMASTER will settle up all the
pay all debts of the Ono, and collect al
H °LIMBS OF SIXTH WARD
IIikr.UTCVIUATENere hereby nottiled
pro...ent the Game. for redemption, at the office of
.1 NI iiitUrio, No. GI Penn etreet, within 131.7(TY
1 , .t1,%, ne , er which Mee they will trate to be re
d. fly order of
ISLY.I4I WARD tollitlel,
TfIE fiEItIAINEVG PART of the
rronerLy (Or We laid out in Boyd Allen •
won crf will be sold la lota or I.y the ....re.
rorndid fur reordering porn.c• or for ci ty rr•sl-
•/..licL. /1 )to PI p. troll). at the dic.: of
parr,r. a Xenon, corer, r of Diamond and
•trreta. or to HICII Ito LLEN. on tbc
at Lower ti. UtarrA A
COAL, CORE, &e.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
DICkhOA, STEUART 6 CO.,
rranov,-11 torn trtfler to
c.. 13437 r_albcritir IStx - c.ot,
ay Flour .11111.18ECOND
u.ro funtlall good uusblogheny
Lump, Nut Coal or Slack,
r rile I.toWiLoT ISA]MET PRICY..
116rA It ur dr,f i. 1141 their orrice, or suhlreased to
a• an .11 lat• half. atlandeal tupromptlV.
`llAlll.l6ti 11. AIALIINTLIONG,
Y oughiogh en y and Connellev i Ile Coal
A II 11 tUrACTIAC}.It Or
nal, Nlack, and Desniptinrized Coke,
..ke'PlcbC. AND YAM).
r tt..l Mn).,:.ot Prat yartl Vo Lllawat I
.otal zawir aturat, N lath to. %att. NNIC(0,111 mt.,
ar_ar 1.... a N.. ritt•lturg.la t
at, k 1.1•4411, turrra auttpliatl artta We: Neal
•tt'ete. t ..t.r •t tt.t raalt rate-a.
11 , , .1 ••• • • arta atlll rt.move ;
N it., Li. I-L..411i D'S
Nos. 55 and 57 Fifth Street
/.DIRGE STOCK OF
Hoop Skirts, all sizes, Hosiery and
taws, Ladies. Gent's fhildrens'
lidafs, Sloths, Dress Goods, Bal
moral Skirts, House Furnishing
Goods, Umbrellas, Parasols,
„lien's Hats, Straw Goods for
Misses and Children, and the
usual large and elegant stock of
BOOTS, SIIOES HOOTERS.
A 11-1.1E1.11.1A T .111JOIENTT, SS. -The
• ottonoii e or Penney I (tat.. Tu Til.lll.oh
ahlon. nary -thon•ton. (femme Johnston, chit
u of it, v.b tooth. Johnston; Until Wand, !minty
ittlfer. ill, P. Woad. (Yin. M. Wood. Itroderlok
narah A. W owl, Kennington K. Wood.
iele. E. 11 otot, hallo, P. Wood, (Chrier F. and
It. 11. Wood. minor ...altar.. of Mary If, Wood, de
oease. t Jahn 11•1•1•Ilthd, husband - of Fanny W.
towarl. derea....ll Mary McClelland. Ann It.
Mo.-Kul—mi. Kew ibuthollamt. James McClelland.
- Wllllato IleCeeltatid. Erma. McClelland, John Me
10n...1. Jr . Hugh Mulholland and w suldnirtoo
Jonowthic epnitnand yoU Sad every and all or
you. that In. tog mine all no and olsollacia. our
and ispTo.ar to. oor proper persona
/nage" Oi (wort of tiontalon Phis., to be holden
al rittabnegh. In mot (hr the Comity or Allegheny,
on Ow JI +T DAY ise JUI.I NEXT. al AO o'olool,
,to • 13. M, bill Cr petition eatlibited lu our
...W1... , 10.1 to do thrther, and reontoe what our
IA Court than ha,. t an.l.eredln brinsif.
Ile. of fall oot at jour peril and the ptthaltY that
nn at . i.L ' e '' he Mow JAIIF24 P. STERKITT, Proal
dent of our s *all IAOI rt. Si
it lath hith day
A. It., then..
Je-nce4o. r JAI . Olt LI. WALTER, Proth . y.
licitha Al. rARTSIGII9I, MPECIAL
• ItEUIIEN DAM'S. Al. KIER,
tithi. W. 11/41114 K.A.APA. DU Pr.
(JRESOENT ST _ ELL WORKS.
MILLER, BARR & PARKIN,
A InITACT110C1:18 or
BEST QUALITY , CAST. STEEL,
W arrantcd Equal to any In. the Market,
either Imported or orDonteatle
1 1 , 1:itli.tti .. !Ali? ... TO F/ZiF. lOUL
Office. 38 Wood Street,
OT. (MA t 11.614 11.01%1. DUILDIIO7.
1 . 11 - nst, Awn, _ Inns. lei8:4119
STEI ) I46I
Dye Sinker, Seal It Medal Engraver,
SWUM, .811ANI AND 5T66L Llffig
SUPERIOR SEAL PRESSES,
enamelling Stamps q. 171altlug Card..
Alio. MANN:4 V CLUTUINII.
93 Wood SI., Cor, Diamond Alley,
(ABOVE.LIATIV 110011 group..
je23o . PITTSBURGH
Ploi:Fotpitaili • Horticultural
ICE CREAM SALOON
lY W , lftiOMltelalAtrWlAßOli'ntra , angltdeld, is'
Tllt e l ' l no Vi r pn l
ttt d""ugEZ ita,,Lfhtontaienkra ml'eontett oa
b TtYi n 1 1 / 4 tt TICA hof hlxn jagnged tot the
.0/.41C 00.1 will atiendqUoV .16 e VE11,1' N1U111!
antl;4..No Al A 1 ,16 11 16 , - sitaur..3l#iiittives._
sairilliWit OA $4. VANNED,
V.NT 811:141(111 Et. ;41) wyXTEL,
,„ , .
LEATIIER BELTING AND HOBE,
ataaaractUrtai at No. BS BLITIISIICI4O ST.. by
HARTLEY.' PHELPS 8c CO.
Mao, Agents toiNiVr York Rabbet 0.3.
4 • .
.s..riur &oath U. it
L Plittrantli ffiare RAW jioß/e. rt.
Juy. Rio. : pso
ADDY, WILLIAMS a BARTLEY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
Cor. Sixth and Snillitneld Sts.,
Cor. Beaver and Chestnut Sts..
AU kinds of Water, tins and Stem Fixtures Imp'
constantly on band. Jea:csa
ADDY, WILLIAM & BARTLEY,
T(EEPON . HAND A SUPERIOR
1P174003Z1 31P1E7212:E 2 8,
All kinds of IRON PUMPS, HYDRANTS, SHEET
LEAD, SHEET ZINC, LEAD 112 E, BATH TUBS,
RINKS, WATER CLOSETS, WASH BASINS,
WASH ,TAN Ac. At their Waremml.,,
Corner Sixth and Smithfield Streets
air All [lnd•o( RE PAIIII2OI do= promptly.
iderAll orders by mall lunnedlately attended to.
SCHAEFEK & BUDENBUROWB PATENT,
Gauge of the Navy Department.
KNOWLES' PATENT STEAM PUMP
The bent and must rollable in ode. We have sold
large num/tor to snaulanal/rera and oil retina. here,
to whom we will refer any •onicioutlY toter
ostod to call,
BAILEY, FARRELL Ft C 0.,.
No. 157 Smithfield street.
WELDON .S 4. KELLY,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
Chandeliers and Brackets, Lead
Pipe, Pumps, Sheet Lead, 66c.,
164 Wood Street, mar Sixth.
1110111 Y II AHT SI A.:ITER.
Private Families and Hotels
Can Le furnished with bout quality of
HYDRANT HOSE AND PIPES
AT StioßT EST 1:011cli ANI, isitsT THUMB,
Nos. 127 and 129 Find Street,
14.W.A1f WY. 1.0113130 X.
G/S /NH STKIII FITTING,
HYDRANTS. IRON PUMPS.
el II NET I. KAU.
" M is, ISASUNS.
WATER CLOSETS AM) WASRS'IARDS,
I , Acc.aun to Addy A Ewe...)
toff:off No. 163 Wood AL. 131Laborgh, Va.
PLUSIBLNG, GAS Altil) STEAM
11113111, IN ALL ITN BILANCII63,
ifell6ty Attended to by experienced end prottlea
Roreofro. A Our ...Moen& of
GAS FIXTURES, SINKS. BATH TUBS.
, 11014 EU MATHS,
W ATEA CLUMP:Tr;
NY V LUANDA,
c ootantly on hood •1.13.1 =vie to order.
r ILA 1.81 ILLEI.
Awl I.IIIKRTY 11TH.L. CT. I Itisburgb
L 111.. LLNIMA
OE 83 Bey le Memel, All •
Itp.-cla; alt. att.. given to ttrayrlog Iteetaa,
and t.tt,r leg•I ttomstncattt.
All 00.10.11011. lotrual .110 Wm 0111 revolve cat,—
tot Sod prompt all.,otlon. jetZ:tl
JOHN W. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 69 Grant Street.
x..x..x . rxsBxErrrißt.c.+3ec, PAL.
DOCTOR E. DONNELLY,
Office, Sixth and Grant Streets,
&irtttectal attoollon siren to all ours nogulrloit
ootoioal oporattont. lei d~
. IRMA J t .
ATTORNEYS a. COUNSELLORS AT LAW
No. 89 Grant Street,
V/ ...I. rASTIMBOII,
10 2te l r ST. Itttirneaftait
li. J. & Ott PATTEASH,
Law and Claim Udine,
PlalttiMlll, Weld and ULVIVIIILIMIg Bounties, Back
Pay, MI. Money. do.. crolketed.
Colleetions made, Heeds Letter, of Attorney.
Bond.. Mortgagee. do. written, and all legal noel
B. F. BROWN,
Local Claim Agent,
tr. 8. BAN. con.,
Office, No. 61 Fourth Street,
(lIISCON D PLOOR,)
Persidoidit; Doubles, and Arrears
of Pay Promptly ColleCted.
No charge made until einem krenettleie, anal then
but •moderato fee.
JOMN A. STRALY.
Ex-Officio, Justice of the Peace,
Mice, 112 Nltt6 st,opposite Cathedral,
Deeds Sonde, Mortgage,, Aetnowledractitar
bapokitiona and all Loga4- !Justness excentedwlttt
ronmptpaa• ~• • InylDtaal
WILLIAM JANCRY, ROTARY
T rUELIe. JUSTICE OF THE I.EacE,
o an iva r
t". stra v l, L 11.41t1A.1,
11 b Eti o ... 4 f8 ,E.T TAT? A
t at . 1
olleoU,.. ,, :. ol l. r_ i.pvg eoraa ta c of .
rtrAZ:AlaCknoarledgment. of o.lllUnna of Legal
,1. 41.11ce of the roam and Notary 'Public.
EUSIR• ZIOUROR, •
ALDERMAN AND :CONVEYANCER
72 Pennssifocusta deers-14e, ,
Foot of the Edwin an k oppeatte Asthma 7 threet.
N OTAR Y 'PU r .B-.LCA s
: • •
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. Attorne y at Lauri'
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N 431 ANT OT., , P,ITTOBIJR[IIk
Tfot 12eikUick7.. Wen
-.Virginia, Minimal auti.otber States. - "
- • -
1101.11121E13, HACK sattltilltary Malmo
ovem demeinUon t collettq Uto. subscrlber,
tbo toutestrtg. rates,. els t amber Ma,. an °Um
113.514 'O. TA.I./Ani,
Diamond .tint , ObteXato we Cuan t cease:-
A.B.—Nov.l=Am am mnqm 1T Oa otitis. does not
seamed, sod all worms:tea after, traits.. seta*
_ - - —. • . .
L ATTORNEY AT LAw,
oriluk,zize ir Litcoto istincrel
47 14 rtiielltif 1 160 1 411 1 4 Rik 7 a 1 . 44411J
AND BRASS FOUNDERS
NOTI.4 I M.
.1311M7 M11\7451 clb 400.,
TATE & SEVILLE,
WILLIAM ~P. R 9103,
Leta= Atm ELatazith..•.Vral. /iENDERSON
FOURTH OP JULY.
THDonIS APTEDNOU N rama of the . at 2 o'cloelr, the new soma
Ticket-of-Leave Plan's Wife.
CLAIM, THE Flab RING.
Tillb EVENING, the 1 act American DMZ,
Nick of the Woods.
To be followed by Prot. CLARK, the great Ft
K log, in his dalandindcr tapper.
To conclude with the a act drama of
THURSDAY. A GREAT
FRIDAY, Farewell alld last appearance on any
sCage , of the veteran Actor and Stage Manager,
Mr. HARRY LEWIS.
A CADEMY OF MUSIC.,
MA.NAtigitw,s _Mits. FWD. lIENDSILSON.
FOURTH OF JULY,
Two Grand Performances,
Afternoon and Evening.
BUSS MOLLIE WILLIAMS and
FELIX A. VINCENT
will appear In
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
FelLt A Mollie WiVincelliams.
Pixinas or Anxissiox—Dread Circle and Par
quette, 50 eenmineeend and Third Tiers, 25 emit.
BLIPS VARIETIES TELEA
PrOprietor 1120. Tnorst.x.
CREAT ATTRACTION FOR THIS WEEK.
MORE HEW STARE ADDED TO THE %%LUCE
TIM HAYS, be Champion Clog Dancer of II
JOHNNY N. the Champion Jig . Daheer,
WILL API'IL.)I2 EVERY EVENINti Tina WE/t.h.
0 DIAMOND sQuAnE,
Five Days, July 3,4, 5,6, 7.
EI47FVUITL°3ii at 2 '1 . ,` t E IZMrg, " E
OMAN LI OEM A Pi C Lb. cowmen:l2g'
01 10 A. a-, 2..41 7:11 C. a.
Instructive and Refined Amusement.
111 V -renting baton] of
A Choice and Rate Menagerie,
In conjunction with a PULL and ROLNE Il
The Triplicate Features
tie arranged as an form TWO !SEPARATE and DLY
TINCT Exiinunotis tinders beawe Pavillon,
and for UNE 2111.0.6 AISM/ISSJON.
Col. b._ ....mctor and Trainer, com
prises some of — the moat Interesting and intellikellt
Zg=t? !'"he g b . , .•=cei r Tfirge e io ve v r
seteitED " CAl 2 lin from Hindustan i e tsb o lects of wor
ship among tee benighted heathen , am held in the
Ignest esteem by nil Must.. These beautiful and
Interesting allliplAl• are the only creatures o I their
kind to be seen out of their IlatiVe country.
The MONSTER ELlelliAliT 11031. Ext, .Jute the
death of "ilanthal,'• the largest Elephant knows,
exist, and the only real Adatle Elephant ever im
ported Into this country. lie cap to rily educated.
will introduced by his and tr.ltier,
The beautiful Arabian Trick Doom, hTEI'iIE N
A. DOUGLAS. The wonderful 131 Ind Talking
florae EXCELSIOE, Jn. , the Most astonishing.
beautiful end comp ( tell educated animal ever
lEncilra, and over whom Mr. EWE exerelsi s a.-
trot and degree of ineutoce, which cannot ta ll to
Impress every one who witness till, most extrdortli
nary end magniecent exhibition of the power of the
ham.. mind over the Instinctive faculties or the
The Zoological and Ornithological Deputingol
rtioxprlems an exceedingly Choke collection OF the
rarest, most bemolith sod eurious spftimeas 01
Natural History. embracing In all eighteen
me i s ti Ai o zhi ., c , l3 . 741 . 1 , be n0 t0 . 1 1,, L40 1 1 , 01, TlUhltx
Meer quarters oh ibe globe.
A des of VEUFUltatiNti IFIE • I be eatil,
Ited by Prof. I.AIItiWOHTH BE S', A the grea ll t
A fltel of FALATthE a/JEEP; drove of &RATH-
Ath an INFANT IJKOMEDAnT only
torte feet In Jacinto, isItAZILLAN TIGER, a
lomutlthl spechnen; • specimen of that very rare
5010154 th e rA A, or El a troupe or
illminudve all ..TLAND th.th IEIS, riddro by MON
THE CIRCUS COKE:ANY.
Which Is organised under the sole ilia . ..lon of Mr.
DAN NICE. mill be round to number the MOOl re
lined and noted art.. In Doi fession, among
vinous are Mr. a. btleithey, Jr., Mr. lieu. 11, ous,
Mr. MIAs lialdwls, IStJekney, Mrs. George
Derioos, Mr. fred...relay, and otters of equal to.
Lute, and Mt. Elm pledges himself lb. th e per
the ping will be ut s inars.ter,
that the sist instidlous and exacting, snail
Man no opportunity fur oar. oldembon, the most
admirers or Equestrian bind cannot MU of
being thoroughly graltded.
SPECIAL N OTICE. —UnDITH. or ?talcum/AY...2-s:
The exhibition of Mesmeric and 500001 Or o.doe.a.
Led Anima.. The Shetland routes and Monkey
Jockeys. The Elephant Seabee and Prof. Lang
worthy's Den of Wild beasts—whit a Lecture or
the wonders and purposes of the dadaist Creation,
toy 2c.71 Rum. ititormotaion often minutes, daring
*bleb these who do eta dealreto witness the
trios Parlament!. will have an o,pportunityEques
22w, at the e plratlon of the Intersolcsion, the
entertainments of the area. will etnetneuett lu
We course of tee performances, in thmpliencelwitti
a uni, enmity exprthsed desire, itale limo
tbe motley, and for the brat limo Wetly yrare,
appear aa Clown aod Jester. DAM laTlCrthga. Jr.,
the favorite Jetlter And Vorsitss. and . the eisthe
corps 11 1 ' male and female art - lots, will appear to a
and pleaaleg ae programme. A Grand Stroll
Pageant 1.1 bitinallthe ensranc. of the estattbsh -
Into the city. at le s. AL This procession en-
dthallegagnificence anything en the kind
attempted on magnificence
and im led by the
tterr ant beautiful SWAY 211 - a ottYl,
routainllet tolson's North-W.4ore Ourbet Band,
drawn by 71 superb thoroughbred Arabian horses,
and followed by Itontett, the Monster L Elepliant,
with ' , remnants., Camels, Tries Horses, Paulo,
Mutes, Cages, Amos, Vans, Carriages, att.
Aqtet.lue to both exhieltions, .90 cents. Chß
tholalaider ten Years. age. 23 cents, or admiSsieu
Lip ea ergilgpitetieu, separates the mt..
J. E. W.9.IINEU, (Leal Agent.
J.X. - 21.2 2024:42
Advertised iur July 4th;
WILL rusITIVELT ME IiIVX.N AT
I' TBll J i6Il . Pa.,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1860,
Gifts to tise — dosoiont of
Ix presented to tbn Cloket tioldrrs, looludhoy
li reelsossts Flan Yams in the West. Sewing Ala,
clans, Wrlodsons. !to.
I'ICKETS ONLY ONE DOLLAR /EACH.
I gift in Greenbacks I.IIFTS.
t gift ID Ureenbacts..... ......
I gift In (been backs
s. gift to tin... Weeks
left In tirrenuacks
100 glitshi tirsenbeeka. 810 each 100
400 gglits tireentwass, 83 each .. . 1 ,0 00
otta Gir,ntmck., 14,000
.4,ll2loll.solgoodDtte anterestinitgrks.. ..... 11,800
0 Vitae( cacell:tnielaietin; 000
O gifts wax In Jerielry 14,000
Vizi a loe Man
,l)laniond I'W., ,
A uold Wa "
It t atli c t: . 'es sui tejztl , w arpz,
. . .I.oWito
Four In lithannoti erten_ U. llfto Mo./
Three Of MU scree each; Tyro Inv etas waft s 11
lOU acres; tine in 41pity county al talacm, and Two
In Irrolion co u nt y , each lin acres. Also. Two Farms'
In Ma Attlee county, Wisconsin, 1W Iti.fBu acres re
opectivciy ell rleti F 41111105 1.04 112 50011•01110.01000. Title. perfect. and to ne seen at our oince.
4110. 401rit..resta (I 411 etch) lit tta Wells, located
on the nunons Plthole rect. Vensliso county, ra.,
hided ing the celebrated Flew] ng St ell, Xoreks, on
tiolandeu Vann, and other . protfoctice vreltslistilat
10101111 0141011. These Lute resui will bar present
ackurty gifts, Valtual at Irma 4114111 10112,110 ii nun.
Not one In Went hi an inapronnetlen wen, . but h, arils producing, end
,oftiere yet to
,be. tested, close
Co' producing WeLle.ali 11011011 Contract for...mole
tfon, tree of furti..! , r canaries , . lisps stint/111g UK;
100.11110 U otseld wt..lie;.tc.., on hand.
• Verrone wishing examine 'deeds, coeirtain ar
ticles of the alaire property can he acContmodstul
at ottr ornr, whpn, p.ticidare May Cl ob
tad have noboiosproperty lit.mrSehedule; winch
should Uterefortt Moluntand Melt to the publio. •
TWr to ion. •alleCotation. IC Is Inelely an effort to
eiftwt,Ute sale of .a tarim , lllvtlinOf property at a
'A COIUIIiCT Lla r, lAIC 1.I.10(110 .711K7PICILLT
atUTil.fer ALI. liA 1./..t;klV.a.
Witir.l" ATT.. all valE
1,,, T.•.T0er0 will istau Wank:, • AyOftersorim kiind
vita umglivezi Warm)._ th• Let itehlor. Vur. allaltesl
gnu aro phOtograpthJil 1 I . •!: tll , aingl4olled . men mat
women or tiOrumec:
Ihe drawtoig ,wiLL alter the concert.
f0 , ...1 - 4UI. La aucceisiot.. A t relit t 0,.: op,
poloiao OS itlo •,44 tu
UM , Same. and SCA, ar, utall.ll.ll:Gt
":= I, ..h . AILId re, uoitieotot,o,
aired •. c.. 1... warded by expreas.
Allitarra. WAN, .tll/ In every town
anti things within Duo ual. . of rittaourgit, 11l
whom liberal Inclucemeuta are uttered.
• (11..UU ILA'u y 44:
VTlcketik one-andel,* •4 50
10 Tickets to ut.e add .... , ..... 11 Up UUTickettrto one atidrer•e - • ' ~tt !
40 1 . 1 *eta to one '4 till
DU Ticket/ to one 5wat........ . .•• •PU
.40u Ticket., to 01115 . .... 01/
wiikete sating list up your GOO% and sena •
bn yourorderawith tun uoina mota.lnreos in t,
Number of tteltete.hapieo :• 4 11,01.10. , , 141ce,
eah m l y 4o t u a on roma.: 21• Y I r r ta•44- `holitio , Utildip6 , AWOL
And agape soincipai itotets,zook, Mack:add Drag
Mores Of tola city anti , AltaittLinr.- • • .•tur••• ' • .
oa=a4o.l.on.reifel ..>[ PrlCO Jlll4 Ntapa
00 - 1005 us act. .isk, olaoir . or Qrift.
• Tlettts.tot. thattil l r ul
TrAtAttlt.t.W.C, , otA oW iu NlV‘tert. l In Our.
it ..,"toteert,-ht, :4,`":,•Atthtd"l4"'
::t M u4 ;iOVIVIIVIt Ch " Vu.i " 9r4.4. R.
by mltltalited to
JSOZ - 010 . b tOite
Immense racce.a .1 •he
rata. hILVESTEX a..., Mr. W. A. TANN Eli.
1 ertoron A z Dap and 3lonkap.
AFTEItNOOI , I st awl EVE1 . :11.74.; ata.
FItiDAY, licneat of HANLON Milan ti
OPERA 110 t SE
3 MZ!‘..X . 3Si.Ak. NOQ • IC7E.
MR. J. E. HAh7'E L,
I..L.oner 00. Orr. cit..
Grand in strusnentai I 'oval
40 l'E m
ItFOLME.II., t. l , hrz, N ., I p
l op. L..
W W's I is. It.
1200 h. aua
For particular", .cc progrxmo.c.
SOU Tit - WESTERN eitt U U 6,
.412' RED .11410.11' a.O
.w.cor TWO X;ocavar c.)10..tv
Tuemlay and NY ealuniday, July yua i U.
E. till-EAT RUH NSUN F.I.IIAL Y, ho 01 ti..u
.vaao aro aultiren guararatc-of par arcrtiencr 01
re xtalta Ilan.
%VW. 'V. OlJell. J. itclauli, wad
,11 1 . 1.A4 at:. anti An.
tt.ters open at ...anal c. 11. AOOOl.OOO, 30 cents
n,lnert iJ cuttle.
nen, mall Lr Tlllte.E. t RAC It 1' ititrUILMAZi CKS
tt , h11.41,A Y, duly nu. at tu A. a—, Vaud P. Y.
1. a.. I.III.eaLL..VIS,
I) ILLIL&RDS I 13111.LLUDS!
:ly aineruuce., lit. Irleada and We pee
teat ite era mat °pellet', Ole eel" ar.el
AILI) UUltr• MIL Late
• A nI. LA.Allt I•ut-A.l'N entrance
• Lair. rile fables are tit w, and meet, act
. 'Au,. appreve.l cit./purl 5ty1e.,..1 all
Lppt, .re neer aeltill tenllpiete. Leery
, .1 , at any evutlitee to tile plea...OA:lV:ld utiluy-
I Ist .art
lassolution of Partnership and
AIIAFFEY 6c NEELEV, No. 9$
LLAItt STREET, ha, e .11.notved pan.
cmr.hal. an 1.4 e BEng and oboe buaiuean , and
W. G. MAHAFFEY
77 AS REMOVED TO
No. 87 Market Street,
A ittl ha. luere.vd kin 'flock to ou Immense ;snort
BOOTS AMU SHOES,
trhlelt comprises every article la his line, from the
es.reest to the MU., either Ladle' or Gentleman's
• esi. Ile - will also cohti oue to manufacture warder
L A DIEN. SIiONS, of every desertptiou Ilscny cloth
SLIPPERS. either GENT'S VS LADl6B`r;
( HINT'S FIRST ()LASS CALFSUOTIL lower
et , tst any Oral chug ~ lA/ adorer fn Me city.
owls manufacture of LADIEtiI LASTING OAP.
2 enuer‘or arum, always on Ihtudi Ble
u FIRST ULASs BouT LASTS. at up
ti the leet, itiel comfortable tit for persous bar
b, corm, or bunion.,
their feet, by placing a
11:•t, p the 1111 for try lump on the feet.
„l E, THE stinscuipEns, have
tht day entered int d . LiumED PARTNER . .
I I agreeably to the provisions or the Act of As-
subly pasted theist day of blurb, MI6.
partner ship to be conducted under the 11143:1e
of aItLLEII, 33-1111.3.. I'AIIKIII. In thu City of
tulburgh, and for the purpoac of manufacturing
selling ;STEEL and b. produe..
The general partners are itilU PEN 111ILLEVI and
titiee PARKIII. of I le t.liV of Pittsiburgt, and
.7EO. W. DAI:11., of the Borough of luarrencaville.
fee apcnial partners are BA.IIIII.EL hL Klll3 and
M AMUR,. DU VF , of tile Borough of Lax - rawer llie.
each of tbe special partners bare c onributed
.veire Thousimd Five Hundred Dotiara t o t Cub..
'fbe said partnership to commence on the FIIIIIT
IskY OF JA.NUALLY, 16313 and to terminate on
the TIIIILTY-riltal . DAY OF DECIAIDER, 1873.
•,EO. N . BAWL, General Fannon,
nA.S.IIKL DUFF, i."rt.."'
OItibOLLITION OF CO-I'ARTNEIIBUII%
TIM FIRM OF CURLING, HO
CO. was dlaaolved Ihwalst .bay
Lobes by lhe dea.b of AlilltlfA24 itOßElCreslN.
, sardllridge ill. paid
transferorsted all clat,s
to said arm. :u,d has d Ills inberest
werin to licorge slbres, assignee of A.
wbo will settle all clalnuilloe to g f lealtl Mtn.
Assignee of A. Lublin
1 . 0 aivilotejv rtej:eipp 51.4
WII:IIMLEtt & WILSON'S
FAMILY SMUG MACHINES,
T , • y are adsatribte.
•Ybey arc unexoel/ed.
El RN 011 N G,
Tbey are abapprosebab.ly
rim , are wasurprassed.
flwy are faultless.
If arAnaine canalnathe wo tlon will prove that they are the beat
Salesroom, 27 ritth Street.
110 V. SURINCEL & CO.
Pronounced by all who hare Seco It the j , hopla at
to.kehlne now before the poblle..
lc Is as el/calve and darable as 1110 simple, .fled
at practical 113 hie durable. It has bet to be seep to
be admired, sae rased to - be appreciated. it coop
blues the elements els
And Is atfordedat a pit. within the range of . near
1r every tangly In the I.d.
The only low prim' Machine In the United States
licensed to ass the WHEELER, & WiLSON FEED
—the hest and only ratable Feed ever enuatruete.L
.3313210W1r ds 3Eicarlarial9,
WIIOLESAILE AG - ENTEI, • '
oryifians YIT.L . SE Ltitti.ll.,l
7- 1118 Hawaiiix, NEW YORK,
Schoosocker it Co., Philade/p/sia,
lE. I AL
fine Estey & Co.'s CottagcrOrgap,
. . ,
A Wi t elcnwtad by the best.tnaatcalrtalent Abe
llolied litote e saperlor lotoadotoerriApower.
portrtand quality of tone: .14 then:age wort"
'44l letnixdoetits have for years atm the MIMI
vnrtithltus, Opel . all all' ompttilors, St Me Vlll4Ollll
State and Comity Palo. In pike. they are lower
than any.others. All warranted for Ave years.
WAIKEUNIi. & 13ARK,
Na 12 Clatr Streat, Piltalourgti, Pa.
...JOG/LIND PIANO=The aub
-Iftriber h.Joal received irotoWm,Koshe de t
~eperh twat; w 01.1.0.2 ttOTAVAPAILIe.(II34.2II
PIANO. eeith iforetrood.sotstritugS,.eleguttly
esiVed cite; legs end pedal; three. strtugs to eseh
- note.. This ine truldent - potekessesail the - Improve, ••••
to.l7.l l, plvaltlir to the Aletitre'Khabet . ad uoques
newest, the &nest Plano veer brought..l.o.lla• city.
..1110- at Whiten et the undid: Lo s.rtitect , d,T directed to
the Metro Ireititunene.
Ageut for Alls WOO
And scuereiVl.no Yortex t l,l 148
Ca - COCO,12114!
Very Large and 'Select - Stock of
Oi t rralx ( VNED.b/,' ‘. •
pram - A:LA.1..14454
. CRAY 411C-ExICAN.
47,8 t. Clair Street.
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go oLorany ror that itbnul:ry. ,Tatu, al.V:001 - 1
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