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Wis . raii, on' thit taaide pagea of this
Nartorr}ipg7s GAzzrrE: Second : .Poetry ,
and Ephemeris. Third and Sizth : Home
and other Markets and River News. &sena:
- Bt. George with the gilt o.ff; and other :Mis
Gory closed in NeNV York yesterday at
139j-0139f. - • • .
Tice Rey. Dr. D.ououts, notwithstand
ing the quality of his profession, has a vein
of quiet:humor in his composition, which is
particularly , fine. Last week , during .the
progress:of the STUART 'case , pefore the
Synod, 110 pet a ;harsh and prescriptive
propysition? by amendments applying the
principle ,involved 'in other directions, and
so adroitly' as to ;deittolish the ~ oru final
scheme. > It, was an admirable ilhistration of
the plan of curing the hite with the hair of
the dog: The, Leader, unfortunately, is
so piessii it .cannot appreciate al joke, un
less it is &abroad as a barn door;1 and hence
it camerlemnly to the, conclusiOn that the
Vocterwaiinliober earnest; l and intende,d
to insist that it was the duty of ail Sabbata
nanslo make their journeys afoOt between
this city and Philadelphia; rather , than ride
ton a week clay in. the oars of a :company
that does not cease labor on Sunday. The
• joke of the Doctor was good—the stupidity
of the Leader is about equally as amusing.
IT :WILL BE remembered that the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company recently offered to
complete the Clantiers Valley Raihilkkt as
rapidly as the work could be puihed, provi
ded the people along The line would sub
scribe . $OOO,OOO to the stock and release the
right.of way; the estimated coat of the work
to be - done being between eight and nine
hundred , thousand dollarti. Fora few weeks,
it seemed probable that this offer would be
accepted; but we now learn that ,not. more
than elf the stipulated amount of stock can
be raised, many of the' heaviest land-holders
along the line refusing to put dovni even a
dollar.. Of course, whenever the road shalt
be completed, these individuals be most
clamoirons of all, in demanding : that it shall
be run upon "the universal benevolence „
principle,,in order , that they may reap. the
largeit 'possible advantage =at the , expense
of mote:enterprising and liberal citizens.
A tittal meeting of citizens interested nas
been called at Canonsburg, for Saturday
next, and it is passible, but'not probable
that a different result may be melted.
TEA Commercial, which assumed what it
does not possiless--a virtuous ,indignation
at our statement• Chat an offer of sale of the
Allegheny Valley Railroad had been made
to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, has
not quite impudence enough to deny our
last specific statement as to the manner of
the negotiatiOn. That statement, therefore,
may DO* bit eonsidereil as undhiputed:
In making that statement we did not im
pute turtiOrttlY2Motives.' to,:sthe , President,
Managers or other indivldmd .ki having money
invested in the 'Allegheny 'Talley Rialroad.
Far otherwise.' The Managers of that trust
tare bound in law and in ethic,s to consult
primarily the welfare of the stockbond'
'holders, no matter ; who may clamor, or
what the pretext , for the outcry may be. If
they should wittingly fail toprotect the in-
tereste of the istock andborid holden r whose
servants they are, they wolid deserve the
penitenliary,,no matter how - much bluster
the Commercial and the like of it, might
display' in demanding chev 'freights for
The same role hohhs go od, in respect to
all other railway companies. lln charter
ing_these torporationii Pains was' tacit to
guard „tile PO ll Yogqrcr: Pricotoolont.
wealth has still - large discretionary powers
over themovhich; ought to be errcised,
not aibltrarily, hut , with a view to the pro
per iidjwstment and balance o: all the legiti
mate ends to bipromoted.
The railway: lbws; centering in Pitts
burgh, Are worth to -day one hundred and
fifty millions of dollars, at' the lovtest. ' It
is jturras important; both to individpalmid
.. public good, that this „railway interest
aliciuld prosper, ae th 4 an equal amount of
capital Invested in 'Commerce and manufac
, luribg should beprolitable. It is as absurd
to affirm that this interest should be 'rubor.:
manufactures and "ennunike; - iii It is to
audntekthatiffietorie o Mid skived' &nil&
be estillrel44,n4 - 4 01 Plahr,ft : 13 PPplyi RV 4 *
ford remunerating,builness for r,ell74tyn.
railway. are the four great powers by irbieh
the count*: hitulletiee4 #n wealth and oo1 1 4:1
and heid,liisit. Members one bed h ;
there ought, tAtimpwaldlim betWONn them;
and t here 10 a nd cwt bq : PniE4c.A. Lea
relatioili of earl to the "OthtFefflett.lmtly
saderstaod and cis re:
- :•-t,A.4 ; :
'later the positie refusal of Gen. MOOR
naso to again permit his name: Ixthie used
in connection with Congressional honors in
this district, the active and leading Repub
lican politicians bestirred tbemselves to se
lect sifting can idate for his successorship.
Some eight or te gentlemen of large legal
ability and holding high rank in their pro
fession, were iMportuned to permit their
names to be used) before the Congressional
Convention, which assembles to-mOrrnw,
but they positively declined, assigning rea
sons therefor wkich at once relieved the'
pressure broug;upon them to, become
candidates. Then also, formidable requisi
tions*Signed by our prominent citizens, and
;communications ringing out certain rep
resentative butm_ss gentlemen for the•of-
lice, were ' and published, but
to no' - avail, ; d . •tho canvass closed
with only two Worthy 'citizens in the field,
for the nomination—Messrs. HOWARD and
NEGLEY. The is4te was honorably made, i
?the campaign fairly carried on and the fight.
a'square one cm the relative merits of these
gentlemen. It has resulted in, an over
whelming majority for Maj. Gen. NEGLEY.
The Repriblicanivoters have, declared in an
umnistakahlO 4 atti l y; 'for - him as a leader, and,
douktless, Mr. llowmtri and Mammy warm
friends will be among the first
. to accept the
situation and dO piciinim sem' ice to advaidie
the successful candidate's interests and
those of the party. ',We Aqiiot anticipate.
that the - strong struggle madifor the riomi:-
nation by the respectiye friends of these
gentlemen will en'gender any feeling of bit
terness or mar the harmony which should
characterize. the important campaign into
which we have just entered. Let the Con
vention expeditiously diseharge its duties
and leave on record nothing that might be
used by the common enemy to weaken our
strength or destroy the solidity of our party
To-morrow there will assemble in this
city three separate Conventions of Republlcan
delegates who were selected on Saturday
agreeably to the _call of the County Execu
tive Committee, , The Congressional
Convention - Of the Twenty-Second. Distria.
3. The County Convention to nominate
District Attorney and other Officers. 3. The
Congressional 'Convention of the Twenty
third District to select conferees to represent
that portion of 7 6tieeounty'embinced in that
district . • • .
, We do not wish to dictate anything to these
bodies, which, so far as we can judge, are to.
be made up with remsentative and reliable
members of the party who are deeply in
terested in its - welfare-, who know their duty
and will not forget that on the wisdom and
harmony of their action - depends in a large
measure the brilliancy of the victories in
October awl . November. We would coun
sel unanimity, discretion and expedition in
the discharge of duties, and trust the pro
ceedings will, be marked with good feeling
and that the merest suspicion of chicanery
cannot be entertained by• those who will
watch closest the every act of either of the
We suggest that more than usual care and
judgment be exercised in the selection of the
new County. Executive Committee, for we
are entering a campaign which will require
much work, and the best =aerial afforded
should constitute that important auxiliary
to glorious victory. Iltherto the Commit
tee has been weakened by the constant ad
dition made to its ranks of honorary mem
bers, if we can so call ihoSe who participate
'in the glory and keep their hands free of
the work. It should number forty or fifty
ffdelllgent 'men, appointed by a joint
committee in Conference from the three con
ventions, and when once filled to the re
quir4 measure, let no new addition be
made to render it unwieldy and irresponsi
ble. With'such a Conunittee, keady alive
to the tmportanee,of the battle to be fought,
Allegheny, county will certainly keep good
the promise made at Chicago in her behalf;
and award GRANT and COLFAX a round ma
jority of ten thousand.
Bout of the Presbyterian General Assem
blies have adopted the Plan of Reunion re•
ported by the Joint Committee - appointed
last year. The vote in the: New School
body was taken'on PridaY. On the tenth
section, upon which the vote was• taken
first, the count was, 218 to 87. The whole
. sehcme was then carried unanimously.
.The vote in the Old'fichool bbdy •*giiakeit ,
an Saturday, and stood 187 to . a 9. Ac.
cording -2 :to '24 1 4 i•tes.tabltalted thi
scheme has been, sent , to the-, lower ,
judicatories Ibr • action. Considering
the decisive votes in both the high.
er judicatcries,by, delltim i , appointed won
due notice That this important questlen
was to be acted, uponOt 1s law:to infer that
the measure will'be fully ratified as' soon as
the intbspetu3able preliminaries can be gone
illaiost - of the otiier
Prey 'terlat denomi
nations a considerable inclination to consoll.
date is evinced, insomuch that: it is reason=
ble to anticipate a few years will suffice to
bring than all together. . - ,
Jr is pretty generally conceded that Hon.
Joni - I:Igor:0,i%! have no opposition for
the Congresskinal nomination at the hands
of the , pepiblittam the„ pr i ts t pistrict. •
This reaf that gentleman's popularity •
with the constituents he has .:so, faithfully
and ably represented' in Itheilationai As
sembly dniing'the past five 'terms. As 'an
Active, =Mous and effective working mern
ber no other stands higher • than;Mr. Co-
ME. What he lacks in s c h o l astic
sy and finish'', imply made top- by hid In
&sag, andpracticsbWki, his:firm adherence
ItPd floret/On to principle, his, honor, hon
esty imA.larga 'store of-plain common sense
and sousjudgM, ,Ttutt, ;he' should, Act
returned for thillAtiCtirie ''Washington
without RUT' 0 1454 14 * . h in I* 00 1 party'
loild be only 'a fitt,lag f•
his erol l . cutl i ,l-44
--Ei00.03 4 _ , L 0 1 4 1 4 * 0 4 1 died at :Worms-,
ter, Um; Friday, aged eighty4in'
Years. ' •_
I'ITTSBUIt9B 0-A2M . TR?'itteNDAY-, - - --JUNE-'l;*
- ';NEW pusucwirioNs,
THE OLD WOULD XS IT NEW-PACE. Im
pressions of Europe in 1867-1868, By
Henry W. Bellows: -Vol. I. Published
by HarperA Brothers, New Yprk.For
sale by Henry Miner, Pittsbiugh. , .
The interest in works of this character ,
depend upon the. writer to -a considerable
extent, as the principal points of European
travel have been presented to the public so
frequently. Dr. Bellows has, however,
wisely passed over much of the minute de
tails of most writers, and has given us pen
pictures of men and things, in a practical
form. He has been a careful observer, and
the result is an unusually satisfactory: ac
count of institutions, the social condition
of the people,: and the state. of religfon.
Books of travel nsually lack nracticalinfor
mation:..The Browning feature of this work
is its 'practical features. ;The views' off the
doctor in religions matters are from 'a 'cer
tain stand-point,' aad of the broad-litiend
type, but they are. nevertheless . entitled to
careful considerSion. Dr. Bellows •is a
fine, graceful writer, and 3. plying of much
culture. Thr s present volume includes tra
vels . France, Holland, Oerm 'end
Switzerland: The volume:- is elegantly.
MARGARET: • A story of Life in it Prairie
Home. By Lyndon. Published by Charles
Scribner dr, New'York.
Thilkisi work of decided =merit in any'
respecis, especially 4or its z elevated tone.
Portions of it appetwedin an influential rel.
ligious weekly, which has been extensively
feed. Unlike too malty Works of this char
acter, this one teaches moral piinciples of a
healthy cast, and in it is told how that the
refining influence of religion made life on
the prairie all that could be desired m a
home. The volume will Yikely. have a wide
sale on the score of merit alone.
SKETCH OF'THE OPMCIA.4 LIFE OV 7OHN.
A. - AMMEW, as Governor of lidtuisachtt
setts. To which is added the Valedictory
- Address of Goy. Andrew. Published by
Hard 4t Houghton, New York.' For sale
by John W. Pittock, Pittsburgh.
The remarkable • character of this states
men- IS well laid*ri limn his Pr9inlnent
course during the dark nays of the rebellion
His brilliant talehts and officiatpower were
consecrated to the grand work of helping
to subdue it. Previous to that event he
was highly regarded in his own State for
his manly virtues, and after his retirement
from office his reputationwas trtay national.
Brief as the sketchls, it will be found in
teresting and worthy -of being extensively
read. contains a life-like picture of the.
LILLEPUT LIVER,. Poems :of Childhood,
Child-fsney and Child-like moods. Pub
lished by liryneoop az Sherwood, New
A dainty volume for the "wee folk," em
bellished with beautiful engravings. Small
as the work is, it contains quite a number
of pieces, and it, cannot fail to interest the
young, and is worthy of apiece among the
juvenile classics. Works of this kind are
growing in favor, and we expect this ' , one
to find many iiyers. . _
DIVINE PROVIDENCE. By Emanuel Swed
enborg. From the original Latin,' as edi
ted by Dr. J. F. L. Tafel. Translated by
R. Norman Foster. Published by .1. B.
Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia. • ,
The works of Swedenborg are of pecu
liar interest, in view of the large number of
persons who are believers in his views,-and
because of the desire of the uninformed to
know the cardinal principles upon which
they are based. The translator has endeav
ored to•represent the author's meaning, and
in doing so at the same time to avoid the
Latin idiom. No labor Ilan been spared to
make the translation clear apd accurate.
All the ,Y116441$ ' Otago ":01' Dlyine4 Pieria;
dence are presented, and the laws'govern
.ing the great question are traced minutely.
The terms and expressions Will be familiar
to those who have been accustomed to read
works of this character. The publishers
have printed the book in elegant style.
-FARMING FOR BOYS. By the author, of
"Ten Acres Enough," with illustrations.
Published by TicknctrAt Fields, Boston.
This beautiful, quarto is., designed to. pre
sent features Of firming life for boys, under
the guise ofiut attractive story. The writer
shows very plainly its profitableness and at
the same time minister% to the higher de
mands ...of nature.. Portions .of the, work
have appeared in several numbers of -"The
Young Folks," but most of the matter 'is
new. Its handsome illustrations add to its
THE BUTTERFLY MINTERS. By . Helen S.
Conant. With Illustrations. Published by
This volume la malt Bite "Panning for
Boys," to its general appearance, and eon
practical knowledge for the young:
,Its illustrations 'represent the butterfly
'fithilly both as to 'size and general appear-
anca, thus giving the reader an intelligent
idea of this numerous winged tribe. The
storyis tendertp•woven; and in a style that
Is as attraetive as intere sti ng.
EXPLOBA.TION OF THE NILE TRIBUTARIES
OF ABYSSINIA, ,By S.W. Baker. Hart.:
ford: 0. D. Case it Co.
For four thousand years the river Nile \
was a mystery. ' In its lower section, flow
itiz through a desert, which its annual in
undations transformed into a garden
quiry was for ages baffled in endeavorinitO
ascettain by what: fountains• It. VAS ion:
stantly fed, and from what sources it-re
ceived the =mations that regulirly caused
its banks to be overtopped,. and Its plains to
yield abundant harvests, Various conjec
tures were indulged and theories framed,
and put aside,.while still the grand problem
remained unsolved: '
Pining.. the last lOW lean, SPRIER,
GRANT, LIVINGSTONE, and' Baum, by in-
dependent impleratione, 4 haveliid bari4he
secret that hadheen kept for forty centuries.
.They discovered in the equatorial districts
-4 Central Afrlda, 'two net Lakes, • no+
known respectivel,y as the` Victoria and`the'
Albeit, and a lesser one 'known as the Tan
-131101ka• whichare iupplied Attiring ;
monthi of rain-fall with a volume that rolls
' "S I X 0 . 1 .04 Arab throng, tfld " Nin o an d
. deierti, until it z - reaches the Delhi
of Lower Egypt-": - t-At.llliti it witohonOt:
that the discovery of these taei
up . cleared`
mired tifseAtidkt theelsr.Lakis kbnitituted,
reservoirssailicianti. hula ,-to main;
tats the stream at its ordinary bight, they
.tT7 7 ; - - • -
° 4'vAakti• I.kr. *N-C.h . "c 7 •
did not furnish enough water to cause the
Farther explorations by those adventur
ers enabled them definitely to divide the
Nile tributaries into two parts or systems,
and to assigato each its due share in forni r
ing the stream, in perpetuating its peculiar
ities, and . 1 ministering to the welfare of
The liak s of Central Africa, as stated,
support th e ordinary volume of the Nile; -
but the, ov fiow is caused exclusively by
steady and copious rains falling in Abys
sinia. That country is drained by the Blue
Nile and the Atbara, which fall into the
Nile proper between latitudes fifteen and
eighteen. From the middle of. June until
the first f September—the •period of the
1 Abyssini 'nth:vs.—these affluents_ are so
large as !mineral beholders with a sense
of mime ions grandeur . After the rains
have But; ded, the Blue Nile shrinks Sa . ati
to be unn vigable, while th e Ail3ara becomes
perfectly . During this dry season-in'
Abyssinia the Nilcidepends upon :the eipia
torial Lakes, and theaffluents of the. White
Nile. About the' 20th of June,' a' grand
. rttsh of waters occtirri•in the Blue Nile and
the Maus, and Lower Egypt is submerged.
That deposit of mud by which the Egyp
tian Delta was formeitand is constantly en
rlched,mei from the Abyssinian streams,
and inal ly from the Atbari f which mean s .
the Blac River.
- In this volume Sir S. W. Baker gives an
account of an expedition to the' sources ,of
the Nile which he began in the spring of
1861, which occupied twelve months, andin
which lie was accompanied by his wife,
who displayed throughout uncommon en
ergyr, fortitude and courage. It is written.
an unpretending and pleasant style, gives
an accurate idea of the nature of the coun-,
try traversed, of the difficulties encounter
ed, of the character and capabilities of the
inhabitants, and of the geographical facts
ascertained. It contains, also, a numberof
plates, which are well enough, but of no
special value to indiViduals who havidevoted
considerable study to Africa and its produc
PORTRAITS OF CELEBILATED WOMEN. By
C. A. - Sainte-Beuve. Translated from
the French by H. ?W. Preston.::, Pub-.
lislied by Roberts Brothers, Boston.,
This volume is the , fourth of the series qf
the "Lives of Exemplary Women." and lyet
each volume is distinct from another. The
mere portraits of such, celebrated women as
Madame de Bavigne,. Madame de Lafayette,
and Madameitoland, are sufficient to attract
readers, because of the place they occupied
in history; but their portraits are the result
of patient and accurate studies in human na
ture; and couched, in language of great
beauty. The author, in presenting the
elements of charade:r of these represehta
dye women, has, wreught out lessons worthy
of emulation. The 'portraits are ninein
number. The translation has been faith
fully executed, and the publishers have
brought out the work in fine Style.
THE STORY of THWHITE.ROCK COVE.
With Illustnition Published by Henry .
' Hoyt, Boston.
This is a work of 'touching interest, d
is of a character tit you can safely pi e
in the hands of yo g persons. There is
an elevated tone an religious sentim t
running through its pages, that makes it
worthy of conunendation. Mr. Hay a
publications are usu a lly of this charact r.
The elegant illustrations make the k
Atilt 'more attractive! The engravings
made in Londoil by a new. and neat pr
cess, and are destined to work an entiri
revoltition in the artof wood engraving.
DIKES AKI:r Dra'rti ;.- or Young Ameri
in Holland and Belgium. • A story. ot .
Travel and Adveature. By Oliver Optic
Published by Lee Sr. Shepherd, Boston:
Dikes and Ditches, the foirrth .
the "Young Ameriaa Abroad" series, is
continuation of thelhistory of the Actidem
Shivand her consort in the waters of •HO
land' and Belgium. There is beautifull .
woven with the sea-llfe, lesSons on histo '
and government, which are calculated to give
valuable instruction, as well as nove f fty
and interest. Thiderlying the maritime ea
tare of the book, those are important practi
cal truths • and helps for young persons.
Considerable information I;i:warted touch
ing the dikes of Holland, the character of the
people.andn history- of the region. Mr.
Adams, better known as "Oliver Optie," is
a skillful writer an ct immensely popular
among young peopl yes, we 'say, every-
DOUBLY FALSE, ty Ault S. Stevens,Au
thor of" Fashion and Famine," etc .,:&c.
Published by T. B. Peterson & Brothers,
Philadelphia For sale. by WA. Widen
fenny, Pittsburgh. , . • 1 , .
The author of This Novel is well ltnown,
and among the most
,popular writers " in :this :
country. • ...TUT:numerous works- have had
a large sale t donbiless because of the:practl
cal style of., her writing ,attd the; areeters:
portrayed. Herstory of ""Fashion and Fa—
mine" was received by the `public: with' great
fitior, turd it. is;thcinglit•that "Doubly False"`
trill bc . honored with the same attention.
The life-like pictures of seems; and *ire&
tent portrayed are presented in. ijirilling
EARitIEiT"MALTRAVERS ' • or the Elmasinia. -
BySir Edward BulwerLytton, Bart. Com- .
plete in one'volume. ;Published by B.
Lippincott ac Co.-, Philadelphia..
This is one of the ' unrivaled volumes of
'4he GlObe•Edition," which weehave-oom.,
mended, over and over again, fbr Its ex..
cellencies, both as respects paßer,
ing and binding. tis.poitAle form :makes
it also a 'admirable edition. - The 'writings .
of Bawer are r ',l r ell)cno w n
. that nothing .
-need be said In commendation al his works.
IClsra SHAM; and other atrOeltlei - in verse;
By LAscuenee - N. Greenleaf. Published by
Surd and Hankidan, Novo York.
sale by .liihrON:.-ilttoek, Pittsbur gh, Hthhorotib Plecee'o the hAriftmitte er4er;
'to aoertalu extent, specially those witlt"hap.
FY hits"_ at the - figthigeer Pe ege; are Otte
Pelitdetl. the rich racy Poeta
"of rani Eiham,P humorous history of the
reek eftetteeieet c ie giteti I.ll' verse,
whicl cannot'` eicitine the rielbleti:,
Many of: these pieces have appesred
the nom &Animist, tßeter Fineverp sad
werecoo•dkeitelzsivelY bytt* Pref..
He nr y li dtg i .Bo a tft-v ~ ,
A little 'volume fall of big thoughts on the
"Nevers," presenting wise Words 'on mat
ters that concern people, who aro
forming character. It cannot help but do
HARPERS' SELECT NOVELS. , "Jeairte's
Quiet Life," by the author of "§t.
is a tale of English country life. ThP char :
acters are well drawn. The latest of the se
ries "Poor Humanity" by the: author of
"Chtis' tie's Faith," is represented very high-:
and it by far the best Mr. Robinson has'
written. His style is clear, bold and with
purpose, making his character real and nat.
T. B. PETERSON & Bnos., send 'us "A .
House to Let," by Charles Dickens, st the
low price of 25 _tents. Also, "Peveril
the Peak." ' by - Sir Walter Scott, only 20
cents. Both for sale by W. A. ,911denfenny.
D. APPLETON ekCO'S. "Rob Roy," of the .
Waverly Novels, hos been placed npon our
table by Mi. Horny Miner, Who can supply
THE Evramto-MA.u. Made its first, ap.-
pearance on )Batutday ; etening, and met
with; large sale. It biiiti;vll4 neatly printed
and spicy, newspaper and cannot [LIAO
,prosper if the succieeding numbers are ;kept
tip to the same standard o(geneisi eicel
lince .as the initial' copy: We Wish Mr.
Cemp - onm. abundant succete:in „ this, his
latest piece of enterprise. .
NEw OPERA Housu.!—The season closed
at this once popular , temple of the.. leglti
mate drama -on Saturday night, .oind .the
curtain dropped for, a brief while in order
to afford the very ener g etie management
opportunity to visit New York, at this late
day, to pick up a brilliant stock company
for the coming season:. •
We may be Pre
judiced, but if a first-class:born
pany is brought here to grace the.
tioardi next -season we will be agreeably
diealmointed, and will join our voices lit,
lauding the "much abused, management;"
that suffered the place to deterioate from a
fair show to a aecondelassulace of 'resort,
fit only for men (?) unaccompanied bY la
dies to attend. The people' visited their
wrath in ;rood style, and a reform may be
experienced next season; when, we shall
e orse evat i e vg e on ' the success of
is our city,
and to place Managers in.:Sie light they
look most natural in, rather than extol the
ned ikxxxi qualities which they are only imag
Tan•r Rtm the .
ever popular find..fally- famous " Rue
Minstrels" will open fora brief season at the
Opera House• under the auspices of the
gentlemanly IX C. La Rue himself, having
leased the establishment for the brief seas= -
-on of two weeks. This is the largest as
well as the best troupe of genuine artists
and representative interpreters of the cork
opera which has ever visited our city, and
will doubtless meet with that generous
encouragement which our people are ever
willing to award true merit and ability.
The programme will each night embrace the
rarest, gems of vocal and instrumental mu
sic, together with all, the latest fun pro
PITTSBUR.GR TREATRE.—Tc-aight at the
"Old Drury" which . has been drawing the
crowds, of late, - will be presented;the side
splitting burlesque on "Undine," which is
of fun and puts Brougham's Fixation
tas in the shade as far as mirth. provoking
hits are concerned. M'ile Fourntam. and
Miss Frank Drew, continue to prove the
great creatres of attraction and both are
meeting with deserving success.,
BURN' ELL's Mrsxust.—A new Invoice of
curiosities will be placed on exhibition at
this popular home museum, Franklin Hall,
DR. SARGENT'S DACK4CHE DILLS.
DR. SARGENT'S BkeirACEP. TILLS
DR. SARGENT'S BACK-ACHE PILLS
DE SittGET.l3 BACK4CHZ PILLS
DR. gaROX.NTI. BACX-ACRE FILLS
crux i?ziatsit,s n!.
CURE DIBRASEEpr ERE
MIX DIM/Will OF TAE " •
• EIDEETS, BLADDER, ac.
KIDNEYS. BLADDER, &C.
KIDNEYS, BLADDER, ac.
moron's, BLADDER, &C. I
FOB BALE BY ALL DRUGOIBTB.
/Prlee_so Vents Per. Box.
i.D ICE To coNsumPrivEs.
. - . .„•
say.DB. $EYelLit : 'lron want air, not physic,
you want Vire, 'air, not medicated air; 'yen want
plenty of nutrition,''sich :us plenty of Ineit and
bread phYtta 'Was -no itsl4ll.3ft
for air Cannot cure You: Minitel•rapers in a . 'gynnia..'
dam eannot tare -you; 'add stititilanti cannot eerie
you. - If you want 'to get aiar anti
otyr-Dooit ; • •
He says further: Don't put off their:it iymptoms.
!../, little leak may sink a grett a 'Mall
In tho 'throat,' lungs br'lleer soon involv e the
whole'body. ;How often do ri , «;, put oft for'
year or two What in.ththegirtnintcontd hare been .,
remedied for a 'the'Doctorts'ad?icefij Gild
always hat beet; sittknil-tri theliritleyteptinnirof
disease: .DO notriet - 'itie ethmtlintioti Otbonit
wreck befbre yoit begin tenant: Ifiranidti; ten ;tip -
, one there will be no remedy.. There is a remedy fob'
, every disdain:lf ts'iiten l'auglik sore throit
or. cough 14 be retnived' with 'comparailvely
trouble} buta-constitntlon, Sinking and -breaking
Lb pieces by allowing these little troublet to aeon
inulate li not so easy:'; Der%/loiter's • mode of lung
'sounding Ls unique,;and ea thortiugh skit us tiniqtm.
There Is not a - spotor apace orarAheirhole surface
Of the:lungs that he doei notion:it ind Investigate,
and by so doingirenahledtoeupplythe akiropriitte
RES /DENT CO3SULTING - Or:
FIDE:FOE, LUNG EYAIiINATIUNSAkII TREAT
OF CHRONIC DISEASES, N0. , 130
ISTREETi. - from SI A. at: .UNTIL 3 r. - it. •
NATURE' IS THE GREATrETSICI 4,N.`
,-.Thii Is now' sdelltta, AT the teedical,_Protessforl,
ase ALIO ainilito,4onulige Uf. hlalitifflUeleici. 'lt;
is ,w/Oely PrOtide by Abe al/Pan uoo y, the t
whenever lihything Is wrong In the plftyste l u ty i di z i t '
.the num* fgrees of ih°,rlo7:llhioulrilt4*.ito,
expefthe' disease. * The`greitt'a ni. thirelbre; ,Is to
strengthen the natural powers. Thle basteen kept .
In view .ter the:
_skiusel •cogkeeehdrav iko f Honi b ,
SES 13TONACii - BXTTERS,.,whick vorates to
glee fresh' vltalitrto all tte organs :or the - body.
' The effect of. • this inedielnempon -the. Umiak:an
liver and the kidneys, Is a ac tad deollffue - la
patient, who Is irtai eh ' ctoirdruggin.ff
: try the .BITTICRA eion :as is he Italy taken a ,
new taiga of 710).,-Ipte,,•oatioes•tbiatie Quite
*mete, ne Is over ) _ awl th e etreeras or tie
coursing 'through, , -Ilaulli: lls . with,
;great tams: -1W Its s C:outpatient' zeal entirely_
: vegetable.; It lil*Mtroukthe o 1: 4 7 so: own"'
unit( lliffullt.Ple tms OTtbe 8 a noull..
'au agent Wass noequl4iitiffelts.pl ' e :tiavor
and healtlifellikata him nude no ream'
It Is tree pepp v i re' valet
'- systeirl and mi o tis are atOnce mild • th ag
14" . " 1 .. ‘.7
..•.„• •ffeve, Used. HOOT in , e ,
° lna ee. 1145 4 t itunAtilfektues and :cow:.
484 it maid' 014 CPaean 112 erdlVlDent Of
4. • t aut v t t Im mo haver
, Wales le zpinteillie oratesae„ ~.Nmare mane;
I SOO *oared aphis tkartaltrot'nl ll 4l t tbitk
08 % 1
llesii lb Yr to; 141 bail 'or acknesu ir lau t:
cannot be taken regularly wltkont giving ul
and elasticity to the system.
NOTIC= t Let." •,For Saie," , ".Lort,”
"Wants," .• ' & e., not sr.
°ceding FO CB LIN SeachWfilbe insertedin the..
columns anew for TIORIST 2"-nrig' CENTS ; ..e,
additional line FIIV#
14 years of ate. who wilt do what you 'want-
Ittrn, land Is not lamp! work. wants a situation
an omce or some p e Iss errand boy.' Addrest
',BANK. I/sag:ma P7/Cl4 care of Box W.
perienced and competent Farmer and Mae".
age'. with ratnilF. *ante a position* On s
aentleman , e eetate.il nquire ot.j. KING, toet
Gazarrse Oryzcz. I '
noo ' • • •
•if V Who canCloardinary binding, such write.
phiet work. de., iWtd heavy binding -Room tar—
nished at the lowestiprice, and sufficient work guar
anteed. The tools to be furnished by 'the binder.
Address E. A. a t CO.. Lock Bng 317. Pittsburgh,
theGreeeryipeshrstg a one wbo. has had ex
perlenee In' the city Bade . an d ems tweak the her-
man isultsge.. ApOy at bioolli DIAMOND . , Pitts.
IyALIFTED SERVAIifTS - - Male
aud Fonalutfbr klida.or 'attack. Inutilra
at "TELLIGEN4II6 orizcz,! 1t0...,,4.14V,C1a1r
WANIMID4II 0A R Dr-A *ovum
• man desires to obtain board for the summer
out of the City._ net.more Ahem 10 miles distant
from thcsame, on the ilne"of one of the Itailrords.
For a quiet and comfortable place, ajaood price
be paid. Address cAltlAlkir Box .I,a, Pittsburgh
NVANTED+BOARD. - - - Dedilibie
_board for a small Inanity *Mont cbllare .In.
kin .; P
r e: st c rr i t i, :;244 . " be . tfl"
WAtTEI tn OtIVAAPADEitgeIIO••
tleeti tiOntderii canto aomulniodated *it&
g board lind lodging *V Tio.-51/1 , -VBERT ST.
T y board, Ilud 1 front rooms, 'with gas, can be
secured at WOO per week.' Day_boarding. $3.50.
For single gently At 40 „LIRSRTY STREET.
ANTEItO ARDEBIL—A few
• y _ • respeetablitiyoung men eau be accommo.
dated with -- boardhar on - very reasonable terms, st
No. 183 nOBINI3O,WSTREET, Allegheny qty..,
' • THE LIFI3OA. new and Standard work.
by B .the .popular 'Historian. .
Bend for Circular and see our terms. Addressor ap .
li l y to A. L. TALCOTT I CO:, 60 Market sued,
, ... .
. . ,
3NTAIVI'' Ell-4 AGENTS -- To. travel. ,
through oe, Michigan, WeatVirginisk_andi -:
cadent 'Penner ante; for the sale of SOLAR. •
LIGHT, 4. regular yi inspected article; and cannot., - t
be exploded. A. I beret. commission will be , pald,
Will - sell any of tnu above 'States or parts there-
of, and -furnish - the Light at cost: , Fur
_perticty. '-,• ~
lars call on us or send - . fer c ircular . - DAVIS BROS.
...4k CO.; .°Mee Moil fil, Cleveland. Ins. Buildings,
Cleveland, O. •' , 1 - • ': ' ' '''
, . . .
•-, Bor 13 them !oula good street and neighbor , .
h " . within 20 in Meg! wa t t of Weter street.* Ad- •
drese, etnting. 1 Sion and ,renk..par year,.D, H...
this orrice; Box P. Ij ' •- - : !.:. . ' .: '•
AN'SIIOQSE.-A H o use of
4or 6 roondl—ln Allegheny preferred. Rent
must be moderate)( - Address COMPOSITOR, OA-
II . .
,Informatlaals , wanted- of JOHN ABEL. a.
Frenchman by Mill i ; who came from France about.
HI years ago. He 0 supposed to'be-a butcher; and
living in-New Orle us. If he--or any . of his mity
will FRANK " aABEL, to bie, brothers, NICHOLAS
and '-tare , of this office, he wilt
learn of some Info nation to his advantage. ....
WANTALu- , 4,, Eve body , to know
~ that flub AIBIABIAN P ry ITISICIAN, No. 293
Liberty street, haSleured 'some of the meet' obsti
nate cases of Chronic disease= that were in the city,
and that as a guarantee of his Willingness , to do
whatis fair..he win:take patients with the proviso
—NO CURE NO :,; - , 'eras
ProPerty. A l fri i iV r lg' l 7 9 "°41"4 land '
WANTED w-, PARTNER--Elther
y y -. silent or active, to iturchase ono-fourth in.'
terest in a SAW 141,, now doing a stood business,
sltaate 50 miles the - , elly, on a railroad. 8011
acres of valuable mber: ..Vbe mill le well bu il t.
machinery all conlpletm This is: an 'excellent op.
Portullity for anyone2sesirons, of engaging In.*
profitable - Mutat. : - FOr. particulars' apply_ to S.
CUTHBEILT 550513, Real .Estate Agents, AO. 116
Smithfield street. if ..: .. ! t %• ~
.2 . ..' .. >'s
X 0.40 Ir—W A C rittesKar
MOrniZIL gab Instant,' between,Arthurs and
gan. or between Logan and Webster streets, 111,;' :f,.•
SILVER , WATCII„I23 emirs sne A liberal reward
will be paid 11 leiVit the GAZETTE OFFICE. • ..,
' t • Alleghetti , Market.: . yesterday- .morning, ; sji ',,, , r+
'SET , BOO.K, Containing fifteen dollars—three_
•dves; and some poatat currency. A . llberal caluli'
will be paid for thetutum orate same tothe ALLret ' •
GILE„.NY H.A.1C0RM,01 1 1r1CE.,,, ,, • ...; ,- , ~,,;;,.; -,
'fiearl3i tiew4lxlixonie,,vilittganten iittadied.
pleasant4y_licatedMithin" live minutes, govalk
Station.: Zuqutre;Of Di N. WHITE. • ,
rll lO 'ILET--AVHOUEillttaatal on
• ~ . Townsend ROW; No. lei'with seven soondi,y.'
In good repair. apitultoitt 414, WEBSTZR
fre %LETtlt. 0 0.11111,4-TWW-Largii-z;'
FRONT R seciOad a n d wi re s part Of the city, suitable tor manwire. 4te• • ,
quire' at 41 SMITHFIELD - STREICT. '
O LET-4400111115-Tbsee or four , •
furnished rOottis, with lioard or without, elltri
to situated on -Perim street. Address 11. 31., WA
=WE OFFICX.' -
rg ic VEXT—:- : OUSE., ,, A •twoastory
FRAME HO C.'of ikre-rootils, on the corner
oust d ii hem streets,f Sewickley. _ The
house and p i - hare bedii newly fitted up..; - .
Also,- a 'large =al excellent'. garden. Possession'
given 'aVany tlm . , :Inquire of • W.: M. LAIRD.-
Broad street. Sew Clan. . • . , ,
LET-1110118E.-A. new house, -!,
with Iron frolo, situated at Beaver.
street. Allegbedp.ll The lionse'is a good dwelling of • .
• T rooms,' and haw a splendid ntore ItOom . 53 Stet
'deep& la well 'Hated for, any_ kind of
Inquire of HEAHOIIBE G LiEnPRNHEID, next
}door above. or at 30. 168 OHIO BTHEIIf.
LET— STORE 1t0031,_ r
2140. laitililliavenue; with dwelling above or ~
rocinisorith;wattiv gas and bath. Store rooln
ted Upill thelleSti manner with plated glass shim
windows and .Iron4rout: , inquire at office of PRA
gl.Elt B ROS., avenneand Sedgwtck street,
en, , . ' - • : '
LET --,11011:18E.,-"That detira•
rtole'liweULniti N 0..-11 Liberty - greet
containing: ten song!, kitchen and' wash-bow s *Knitter JAS . Wir Sixth greet...
ZET- 4 1110.0316-f-A handlsowely,
furnished .1110 ET R0(1)1.. sultable_Lor igen.
en. Enquire id NO. - 31 HAND sTazzr..
LET= - Story ,:"Front .
ROOM, limit and well 'netted, 'SG
TRIMLY., STREET, corner-Fourth.
TO LET - A -110 0 - BE.-4:lfne -- Front,
30013, rutstmul.' tor one or more: : •
y at, No. 33 littUF3T. •
rLIBT:»1100.1116.-...Two ALionte j 3-""
FRCINT : ROOMS welt - fttrulebed.:with 0r:334.F .•
as bord, irottabi s te r man arid mite. or yoong. ,
g l umme'. For' et et : particulars. ripply'
FOR SAL , SOAIO.I-200. SONINC - „
- EANS,+S,PETR,Or.EIar 80AP,:.‘k1139 ,Zotto
err,. iitt'et.E - WALLACE. " , -
.. , .
Q)11 : 7 . 7 GB 1 111188 Nip-A litos - in ,. - -- -.. ,
- .., suu lot of ground; Ilaylau a lkont 94111 tettpl„,'
nubble back' 1117;feet. - attuatw oft 'tne limit
lu Plitaburab torjelvate,reeldmee. , It Isiv sortior".':-; •
lot, bath*. a Mt= street tuk t f7t aattaide:ll o , - , , i;'.
:: be soltat a ' bat to 40 ; 0 ' lalahltat LO
: - Jci , ref wilco address Z. - 4 , tills O,IIOIOW ,
E' SAL :1'018A111.180110 1- ;
._ .. COAL CO rANllo3....Tbe.alll_blillmie.li to
0114t-litelii) WIUDEDV wnl= r ie,,,,,. zo o , .
tise but &very?. Ott tame. Ant Ar.; ' • - .D. ' •
-El ai ll t tlg t irliZt r lyairtliiTer & culla 8 t S : , l '. A:v: ''
..„...., ~ , ,F.i.
irORSAIrArt -hi s jiltaTlNAllNTle4':
1 ' 118•13etitcln b/`-'.•ooo:...fik,:pstlialaka.,,,,..,'l:'
1 our residence 'a 4- C t,TA1!,11.1 ' Et° s '4 11 "1",,,a 4 -' , '
and Mated with shorce - nun. -7 .Btieet troll .::..
_rlß,T, L and alley puede:- Toyama inquire ofDll*F.: ,- . '
f• 4AM ` SAINT A CO./-abouvationt. ,, i'R.'.l 4 Cliams ,
EySALIL4AAJOBSEtik - Altil......oWrQf
RD iBl . l l l7 l l ltr i rDSAl.NturaW4-•;.
V uoliegifi_ rg i net 1 : 0 it g irs t.sz ,
fßouslat: one' yaw -_ aim_
rßLialelCALANcia s iT sie .altlrf
...IfTm,„ - ufairlit 0 loatosat.,l, - .;, - _ii , - . is , q , :': - .4.:' . 7. 1 -
.- • Iloneateaght dearaillai:.." -- .''',' - - ' , ;• - 3:.
'':'.. 8P ...tolog , . .. cit:fr Li,..,,,,, ,,, ,:: ei - '
. • 171%. Arta* at • 0 lt p0tan 7 07 , ...
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WANVB , I)z;-HELP.