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4Thangelesa, but not of one dull monotone,
Ever the same, yet thou dolt ever change;
Not harsh or stnuige
11:by.mndulatlousi he eanwell arrant
. "Who holds poison ors of the opening ey
And turns it readily—
Ile truly readeth thee and me.
••," Like a fair landireape in thy noble mind.
Whose features are the same by nights ond day:
Shadows may aft - al'
Across its breadth; or gleamsof suns bine play
First here, then there, till he who wsV.bes seems
In a tale land of dreams;
Tel dm grand outline still remains deffned.
Or like to sfanggreat wart of Mss' art
Wilma leading thoughts pre7eastnence. sustain,
And all in vain.
Rich varying Sarmosses the wed enchain
Now subtly soft, then Inarptydear and pure,
Still themath thoughts endures
Returning 'homeward erbence they made their start,
lo In thy niaods, throcarib eveseseeming change
Flows a sustained perfect naelonY, •
Whether It be
Joyful and brigna,rormintng solemnly;
. There is a unity which reigns complete,
Calm, restfet, perfect, sweet.
LErasere Aragatiaa. :
—Thad. Stevens •is better.
—Prince Alfred is all right in England.
—Spain is sufferlog from famine in Cas
—Cleveland postoffice clerks did steal let-
—Grace Greenwood is to read in Wash
—Mr. Beecher has been preaching about
A.' H. Stuart.
—Biiistadt's house is tieing gotten ready
for his speedy return.
—Prince Napoleon was at Bucharest
when last heard from.
—Mr. Bergh is,abotroto interferewith ihe
—Bat forty families bave aszet settled in
Newport for-the summer.
—The ~oamenical Coancilis to meet on
• the Bth of December emit. -
-Clara Louise will sing at the Italian
Opera, Paris, next winter. . •
• —New York is about to, try .and stop the
lire-cracker nuisance tins year. •
=There is said to be more beauty than
usual in. Newport this season.
—46 to 8 was the w the Athletics beat
the Erie base ball elation Friday.
—The steamer crest Republic is being
used as an excursion boat in St. Louis.
—Crowds turn out to cheer Mr. Longfel
low at the railway stations an England.
. —Mit-corn women, are already trying
their wares on the streets in New York.
—The streets of Houston, Texas, are to
be paved with !shells at an expense of 140,-
—Manager Grau is : "said to be the actual
person who found the 3100 bill in a paper
of century tobacco. -
-The Chinese are to Make a tour of wat
ering places, including Long Branch, New
' port, Saratoga and Niaaara.
—The sea serpent has again turned up
at Lake Memphramagog. We fear this is a
repetition of the Nahant hoax.
. —The Boston Museum is the oldest
theatre in the Puritan headquarters, and
has jest eloaed it's twenty-fifth season.
—Ockford iseaid to be still actively pre
. paringto shoot Niagara. He is now re
viewing the scene of his coming suicide.
—E. A. Pollard seems to be the only edi
--- wr wno — regifiarly fUrnishes his own sensa
tion items. Such enterprise as his is an
—Strawberriertare selling for ten cents a
quart in Erie. They are cheaper at every
place in the country than they are in Pitts
—The Philadelphia Build:7li says that,
considering his recent foal play, Hamill can
hardly, be considered an oar-nament to his
—lt is no longer fashionable to carry a
fblded handkerchief stiffened like a corpse,
in the hand; handkerchief rings and flimsy
handkerchiefs are now is mode.
-We see by our exchanges that Pitts
burgh has succeeded in 'getting up .a repute
. lion for furnishing two or three suicides a
day. This is a pleasant &me to deserve.
—A Japanese t tvho has an income of
130,000,000 a year, is coming to Paris for a
wife, and a Boston paper thinks it would
be delightful to get him here and- 7 tax him.
—Amazonians are becoming a reality and
fable loses another little portion of its pres
tige. It seems that women soldiers are now
to be found in both armies , of the Great
South American War. • . 4
—The principal Chinese encyclopedia is
contained in about five thousand volumes.
• This is worse than the great German one'
which has ,been coming out for the last
ninety years, and has only gotten to L now.
—A man named Skumbatz had a woman
'arrested the other day in Chicago for
"frightening him terribly." The Judge
admonished the young woman to be careful
how she acted towards unprotected men
• —The University of Vermont has just
turned out on the world seventeen Spic-and
span new doctors. The world is fast being
deluged with M. D.'s, D. D.'s L. L. D.'s,
and the A. M.'s, and the A. are par
—New Albany is puzzling itself over a
mysterious marriaga A Baron, incog, and
a beautiful and wealthy young Southern
lady came to that torin, were married, and
went away again, and the New Albanyians
want to know why ?
—A Nantucket mathematician has calcu
lated the amount of min Which Tel on the
island during.the storm of week before last.
Hemakes out the amount 50,228,680 hogs
heads, 3 qua.rts, 1 pint, 2 gills 'and a "frac
tional part of a gill- Mightn't there have
been a thimbleful or two over.
--Enterprising St. Louis has a natatori
um or swimming school; it Isnot as l arge as
those in some„other towns, but is still suffi
ciently so for enjoyment, the tank being
sixty feet byforty. A place of this kind
would be invaluable in Pittsburgh, - as It
would not only afford all ladies and gentle
men a safe opportunity to learn to swim,
but would give to :swimnitiri a pleasant
chance to coolly enjoy themsel*es In die
evenings, after work. „l i rhereier similar,
erperimentaluive been tried they have paid.
their protectors very bazujlnnie`
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as they tr.e of the kind that is generally
well appreciated by the people.
-- ,P .i.London correspondent, Writing - 0f
fasidonable wedding, says he failed te:
cover a single dress-coat in the *company, '
the groom, the "best man," and all the gen
tlemen friends appearing in dark, double
breasted frock-coats, light pants, :black or
colored neck-ties, and, with the exceptions
of the groom, retaining their hats in their
hands during the ceremony. The , brides
maids dresSed . in white, trimmed with blue,
while the lady Mends wore ail kinds of ele-,
- gent taming 'dresses.- - fikweir •of.:eraur
shade and color mimed on the hands of
both buries and gentlemen, while the latter
all carried the.button-hole bouquet, without
Which a London man of fashion weveld not
be ecasidered dressed.
—The renkaraticms for the celebration of
the; 4th in Bostort•are very extensive, the
Iferiy boats are to be run free, six places of
envasement are to be thrown open to the
aluldren of the public schools with three
exhibitions each, of magic; Swiss bell rhur
jag or ventriloquism, the Boston'Theatre is
to be supplied with music, and open for
the children to promenade and dance during
the day, bells are to be rung, guns, fired, a .
grand parade of firemen and militia is to
take place; three free concerts are Jo be
given, all the pablic places are to be deco
rated, a rowing -and a sailing regatta are to
take place. Twenty kegs•ef powder will
be , exploded by means of.electricity, throi
ing-sa immense body of water high in the
air, A sub4riarine race between divers
will take place, Harry Leslie will walk a
tight rope, a 'balloon ascension will , take
place, •numereus fantastic paper balloons
will be sent tip, and in the evening a mag
:nificent display of fire works will wind up
.the pleasures.ef the 'day.
Laying :6al-Traciu by Machinery.
(From the Saultitanotaeo Alta Ca'f(brilla, May la.)
The railroad track-layer is an indubitable
and decided *access. It, is' now working
:along regtdarly at the rate of a mile a day,
and it will& 'better when several email de
fects are retnetlied. Some of ,its work has
tee,n done atthe rate of two miles in twelve
hours, but one mile is considered its pres
ent workingnapacity. The contractor and
directors of the Vallejo and i Sacramento
Railroad, although most of them were skep
tical, and some quite dissatisfied about the
delays in getting it into operation, give it
the highest praise, and have made their ar
rangements en reliance upon it.
The machine is a car sixty feet long and
ten feet wide. It has a small engine on
board for handling the ties and rails. The
ties are carried on tt'common freight car be
hind, and conveyed by an endless chain
over the top of the machine, laid down in
their places on the track, and when enough
are laid a rail is put down on each side in a
proper position, and spiked down. The
track-layer then advances, and keeps on its
work until the load of ties and rails is ex:-
haasted, when other car loads are brought.
The maclAne is driven ahead by a locomo
tive, and the work is done so rapidly that
sixty men are required to wait on it, but
they do more work than twice as many
could do by the old system, an,d the work is
done quite as well. The chief contractor
of the road gives it as his opinion that when
the machine is improved by making a few
changes in the method of handling rails
and ties, the necessity of which changes is
now apparent, it will be able to put down
five or six miles per day unquestionably.
This will render it possible to lay down
track twelve times as fast as the usual rate
by hand, and it will do the work at less ex
Some interesting facts in the history of
telegraphic communication are given by
Herr Neumann in an edictal report recently
published at Vienna. It appears from this
report that a line of telegraph was opened
between Persia and Russia by way,of the
Caucasus as early as 1859. Telegraphic
communication between Europe and North
' em Asia was also first established by the
Russian Government, which laid down a
,line between Moscow and .Omsk in 1862,
and exterded it to the Sea of Japan by way
of Irkutsk and Kiacta in 1864. A Russian
telegraphic agency exists at Pekin, through
which messages are transmitted from the
Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. The line is
now carried to Behring's Straits by Okhotsk.
- The total length of the European telegraphs
is 53,340 geographical miles; of those in
America, 14,289• of those in Asia, 4,736• of
those in Australia,l,B42; of those in Africa,
I,so4—exclusive f submarine lines. There
are in all 1,200 telegraph stations, and the
number of persons employed in them is
about 28,000. The total weight of wires is
calculated at 1,300,000 cwt., and there are
about 7,500,090 telegraph posts, which it
costs £200,000 a year to keep up. The cap
ital expended in the construction of the va
rious telegraphs is £16,500,000:
"A SHOEMAKER PHYIHOWG/ST" is Con
tributing to the Shoe and Leather Reporter
a series of papers on the proper treatment
of that delicate and much abused organ, the
human foot, by boot and shoe-makers. In
his last paper he says: "There will still re
main to be discovered a mode of covering
the foot which will secure it to its natural
freedom. What this will be, it is not easy
just now, to tell. Possibly, it may take the
peculiarity of the glove, and provide sepa
rate apartments for each of the toes, becom
ing thus a kind of a foot-glove, with a flexi
ble sole, separated between the toes, and
which will allow them to bend or spread,
and the whole foot to lengthen or contract
without hindrance, whenever occasion may
RATB—HOW To FIX THEM.—Chloride of
lime has frequently proved a sure thing to
drive rats from any place infected by:them.
An exchange says: An ounce of it scatter
ed in the place where they come to feed, or
wrapped in muslin and put in their leoles,
where it acquires dampness, produces a gas
that is not offensive to man, but is to rats.
If chloride of lime Is moialened with rntui- •
atic acid, and placed in a 'drain, vault or
cellar, and 'closed from the air a little while,
the rats will depart, because it will be death
to remain. This lettlso a good disinfectant,
and will, for a time, cure the effluvia of a
dead rata One application of chloride of
lime to rat holes has driven them away for
a year, when a renewal of it started them
NEW CnoquEr.—A new style ofcroquet
set, by which the game is greatly simplified
a nd Improved, has just been patented. Only
two colors are used in this patent, red and
black, to represent the the sides— black on
'one side and red on the other; and the balls
are striped in numerical order from one to
eight, No. 1 in red, and every alternate ball
in black, and so striped that their number
can be ascertained at a glance. The Players
- play in numerical order. The mallets are
striped to csirreinond ilia 'balls ~The
Colors on the: stake are nearly done away
with. It is Fitronimpqed, ,by Ayers, of
Vie giunerto, belaiktilibUdAt meftdo
.A 4 .
i'ITTSBURg-H G.UErrE: ItTESDAY, JUNE 30,
Iwo missal MADEME REI MTFICIAL
A ?DLL MOT FOR $B,
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
ATII nom ellarsr, 3D DOOR ABOVE RAND.
ALL WORE WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OH' ,GENITINR VULCAN
FOR GAS AND OIL.
Jnst received, the !neat and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
147 WOOD STREET, 008. VIRGIN Aixary.
OEMENT, SOAP STONE, &c.
11 1K YDItAIILIC CEMENT.
HENAN H. COLLINS,
w18:070 25 Wood rtreet.
FOR THE 4TH OF JULY,
J. X 11111113111M1 & CO'S,
No. Z 2. St. Clair
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE ST, CLAIR HOTEL.
WHITE SWISS HUSLINS;
WHITE NAINSOOK MUSLIM;
WHITE MULL MUKLINS:
LAW.NB AND ORGANDIES;
WHITE P. K'S, from 25 cents op;
COLORED P. K's, for 75 cents, worth $1.12;
• ' GRENADINES, for 25 teats worth 40c;
LACE SHAWLS AN LI. MANTILLAS•
GREY GOODS, for Sults•
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS;
THE BEST ASSORTMENT IN TEE CITY.
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
ARBUTHNOT, SHANNON & CO.,
NO. 11& Wood St., Pittalawytt,, Pa.,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PERU.
168. - • 168.
NEW MOHAIR. -'
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
lar No. 168 Wylie Street. ja
C ARR ' Wilson, Co. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET.
Third door &bare Diamond alley.
PIANOS. ORG.ANS, &O.
B u z , T,HEO BEerrsST CHEAP.
Sehomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOMACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvement* known In the con
struction of a first class instrument, and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorouSand sweet. The
workmanship, for durability and beauty,. surpass
all others. Prices from 650 to US% (according to
style and finish,' cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTEY'S COTTA'IE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed Instruments, in_pro.
ducing the moat perfect pipe quality of tone of any
similar instrument in the United States. It is sim
ple and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out ot ord
CARPENTR'S PATENT " VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" Is only to be found in this Organ.
Price front $lOO to $530. All guaranteed for See
BARR, SNAKE & BUEFrLBR, '
nine No. MI ST. CLAIR STREET.
MELODEONS. AND ORGANS,
In perfect order, from $35 to $l3O.
44 Fifth fit., Uld door above Wood
TRSE AMERICAN COM-
AND SEINING BIACEIXSrE
• IT HAS NO EQUAL, •
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD,
THINSICALLY THE OHEAXEST.
air Agents wanted to sell this Machine.
Agen for western rennsTivanD4
Corner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, over
Riehardoon's Jewelry Store. • my2B:qBC
CONFECTIONERIES. , .
GEO. SC TT
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
AND DEALER IN .
FOREIGN &DOMESTIC FRUITS & NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streets, Alle
gheny. air Constantly on band, /CE CREAM, of
HENRY w. HOEBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. Soo smivarnma STREET,
Between Seventh and LibertY•
ErLAD 03 , OYSTER SALOON attached:
GEORGE HEAVEN, • • •
Candy BTanufacturer • •
Anddealer in FOREIGN AM 11 , 81.0,6.2( nit',llTEhr
NUM 44 " , - „ r ;
iNgera&l4F.44l, • .
14001/i'd° c l r *o2,ol:kr4PlPt '5;a49.11L1041:4j3..!•
• '4,1,1J1 b
CARPETS AND OIL
White, Ited, Clinked, Striped and Fancy
.# .l .
IN '0 rr-VidEtrErint.:-=''
OR Cloths, Window Shades,. the.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 kiFTIL STRIIEL
kanufacturers' recent advance in
prices, we will continue to offer the
Largest stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Carpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this sea
son. J . ; : received, a few pieces of
a new d exquisite patterns of
OLIVER II'CLINTOCK & CO.,
N 0.23 Firth Street.
.aei-M M E../.M II I II IS
very superior quality of
IN BRIGHTEST COLORS.
Prices the Lowest in this Market.
61 1I TtT STREET. above Wood.
SWISS LACE CURTAINS.
Brass and t Wood Cornices,
THE NEWEST AND BEST PATTERNS,
(Many of which cannot be bad cleewbere,)
AT nrE LOWEST PRICES.
McFARLAND & COLLINS !
71 and 73 Fifth street.
)eS):TT . a&T (SECOND FLOOR.)
Which TEN TEARS' TRIAL in New Tot and all.
er Eastern cities has proved a complete success.
Ist—Fading and Shrinkage are Completely avoid
tilPrvaganemssrg ' tahe dt=d,tils or their larrae,.
t e tutt r Feadi o glrOgi e r r eir " . r ed ,a ' new ' sere the
eith—When perfectly clean. *CarPet will wear as
long again, a desirable matter as a mere point of
economy, to say nothing °Cloaks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT Al' THE OFFICE,
No. 179 Liberty Street*
Or addressed to P. O. Box 4T3, will receive Prompt
GEO. L. IaieCLINTOCH,
vane: ~ 'PROPRIETOR.
FRUIT HOUSE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, roe.
S and 4 St. Clair Street, Pittebnrgh, Pa. 'Special
attention given to the designing and building of
MUSS , MIMES and PUBLIC PITILTITNiiii. •
WILL. S. TAYLOR, -
N 0.43 01110 STREET, Allegheny.
Thankful far the former very liberal patronage be
stowed upon me, I assure my friends and the public
generally that, In the future as In the past, I shall
endeavor diligently to merit a continuance of the
same, and .a 1.4 be always at- the shop from Z to 9
•.a. it. and from 1 to a P. M. my2laol4
• Mate or P. 4. W. IC. Railwag.);;
Office, No. 79 FEDERAL STREET Room No. 2,
up Main. P. 0; 'Box 50, ALLEGHENY CITY.
MACHINERY, , of all descriptions, designed. -
BLAST FURNACEand ROLLING MILL DRAW
"MOS furnished,:ranioular attention paid to de
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patente con
fidentially solicited. lar , XVENING DRAW=
LNG CLASS tor =colludes every -WEDNESDAY
NIGHT. " ape:ngi
Near Pittsburgh Grain Elevator
liannfacturer. o ft CORN HEAL. EYE Pt01:711 and
CHOPPED FEED. Orders delivered in either city
free - of eharge. Grain of all-kinds chopped. and
Corn shelled. on short notice. -
josEps siTtlicu &co,
. Brosat is ; 187, 189, 191, 193 and 198,
- FIRST STREET, PITTBBIJBGH;
Copper Distilled - Port - Rye. Wlllaey.
HOPS , a
Aiso, ewers in FOREIGN WlNEttAnd UORB,
Machine '/Notis Works,
Nortrawesiaornei at wist'coinitioti; "Au.stieLy.
Save on hate* reitrioit alien sittiie'llakstb
tB4.enos. fir Bldewstkq Brewery
TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS.
BEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
LADEI3I7 12198 BU cuanittmh
With bthßary Cur e , in Drab, Buff and. Tan.
LAM line of French, German and lingileb.
In Si_ Li
,lk nen and Palm Leaf. A fall line of White
IIIiNGES, - 81nMO Mll - ] E AND - BOf.L 01
In all colors andAiliades.
PRINGSD, BEADED, 'LINED AND PLAIN.
A FULL . LINE OF HOOP SKIRTS.
-Also, some nevi 'styles DROP mints:
i L s cr i l t v o ieTi a . siety, in white and col-
ored, for Ladles
Nainsook, ' Velvetßlbbona Paper . Collars.
Rid Gloves, Paper Cuffs,
Lawn, . ' Silk Gloves. j Striped Shirts,
Swiss, Lisle Gloves, Embolderlee,
Cambric. Cotto n Gloves, Ribbons, etc.
Also, THE NEW SAIL&TOGA COLLAR.
All these goods are to be bad at thOLOWESN
XELCILtTN, - GIN= B,r, CO.,
7S and SO Market Street.
• KID GLOVES.
"A. C. c."---".}1.. S. K."
We invite Attention to our
ED GLOVE DEPARTMENT,
Which is now complete with every color and shade.
In addition to our own special impartation of the
CelOrated A. C. C. (Jmain) KIDS,
We have secured the exclusive *Aleut the
..ErarriFf Sellanielsl3 Kids,"
The beat (love and moat perfect fit.
=cut= & szussz 23,
MACRON & CARLISLE,
19 Fifth Street,
Near otter the most elegant line of
Ever opened In Pittstrirgh,loWhich they especially
Invite the attention of their customers. The de
signs are nearly
_all new and orial,and about
ONE-FIFTH I R. 1 4 THAN /1.11. GU PRIM.
19 FIFTH STREET,
Have just opened all shades of
BULLION AND DISTORT FRINGES.
BUGLE GITdPE3 A 2,33 FRINGES,
At yen , low pncee. .
~~ , nr,•PeeoveNrw,,,re.rNrovsv.,,row owoo,ene
For HALLS, PARLORS,
CHAIttBLYIS and WITCEDINEI,
For sale CEEAP 6i3 THE C
Inutuntaasett in beauty` ant quality.
W. P. MARSHALL,
NO. 87 Wood Street, near Fourth.
GLASS, CHINA. iCUTLERY.
100 NO D STREET.
CCHINA, G •SS AND
SILVER PLATED WARE,
BOHEMIAN GLASS, , .
And other STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS, & great variety.
100 'WOOD STREET.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO
100 WOOD STREET
The undentie. has associated with him In
business, dating he .. April - Ist, 1968, Mr. AL
FRED ti..WALL. his eon ABA B.IIILLISPIE and
LOUIS ENGLERT. , he style of the tirm.to be J.
.7. GILLESPIE & CO. J. J. GILLESPIE.
Referring to the shove. the undersigned ske
pleasure in stating that they will continue the
LOOKING :GLASS 'AND PICTURE' BUSINESS, .
'At 86 Wood street; wbere they intend to offer in
ducements to purchasers second to no house in the
Vatted States. I
, L J. iIILLESPEEI & CO. ,
p isSOLUT '
101 C—Notice is hereby
• given that the liartnership beretcd Ore exist.,
ng between J. B. WILLIAMS. WILLIAM BURKE
and DAVID' J. MIL I.Elt, under the name end style
or .1.: B. WILLI aMS a CU., bas: been this day eds.
solved by mutual consent, and the books or the said
firm have been left with 1t..1. Bice AN DLICES, Sher
rriSnifouse..l4o-16 St. (lair street, Pittsburgh, for
settlement. The business in future will be carried
on by J. B. 'WILLIAMS., _ _ • ,
J B. _wILLIAMS,
. : • ,:, -- , . WILLIAM J3UItKE,
DANL.!) J. MILLEit.
May KB,' 1868. je2 a g, n , '
a . • --,---
Sealer of Weights. and Measures,
No, TOIIBTH 13'',!1Ayi_;Ts
tßetween'Llberty and Terriatreeta.
Orders niamptiv attended to:
. , ,
TOE!' ICE I. WEL .: ,
WIL KERB -.lce Dealer l =
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aircies OF THE
VARIOUS KINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
WARD POWDER COMPANY,
Electric Kos: 1,2, 8, 4 and 5 grain, in Square
Canisters, 11b. each -
A.merican Sporting, In Oval Canisters of 1 lb.
oak, Shooting, Nos. 'l, 2, 3 and 4 grain, in '
• Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each.. •
'lndian Ride, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each.... ,
Kentucky Me; in Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each '
Kentuckyll. idle, In Oval Canisters of )4 lb. each
(25 one lb. Oval Canisters in a case.) , I
(50 half lb. do. do, do.)
19 FIFTH STREET.
Kentucky Rifle, Prrti, FFG, and "Sea Shoot
ing" FG, in kegs, 251bs
Kentucky Mlle, FFFG, FFG, and "Sea Shoot- .
lug" ro,_in kegs, 12lbs
Kentucky FFFG, FFG, and "Sea Shoot
FG. in kegs, 634 lbs • •
Deer Powder, inltegs, ZS ibs
Mining and Shippina Powder, blining,r, Fr,
and FFF =Lin, net cash, in kegs, 25 lbs
Safety Fuse for Bloating, of superior quality, +
in packages of 50 feet and over
Delivered free of expense on board or a
Railroad, in Pittsburgh or Allegbeny. •
. mh24:eati 1 •
SECTIRITIir AND COMFORT FOR.
THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY,
For SMOKE AND HOT. AIR FLUES, dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Fires in or about the
Passenger or Baggage Cars. with the at - tachment
graduate the heat to any temperature that may be
desired without the possibility of firing the a y or
Having obt a ined acket 'Un it ed attached.
of the States Letters Pat
ent for a Safety Jacket which is warranted to resist.
the most intense beat that may be adplled to It ba
the position and purpose for which it Is intended.
It is a sure protection from accidents by fee origi
nating from detective dues, or where Iron pi pes axe
used as conductors for smoke or heat. It appli.
pileable to all piping that may become overheated,
and is warranted to give perfect satisfaction where
wood or other ccalbustible material may be placed;
in close proximity thereto. I am now ready to ap
ply my invention to stores, dwellings, facterlea,
ships, steamboats, railroad cars, &c., wherever
pipes as conductors are made dangerous by being
overheated and security desised. I will sell, on ap
plication. rights to manufacture or to use the above
invention; also,' territorial rights, to such as may ,
wish to engage In seining priv:leges, either by State
7. B. HARRIS.
-pace at the "NE. T' PLUS ULTRA PAIN
W 013." corner of Ilorris street and the Alleghe
ny Vaileyßairoad, Ninth Ward, Pittsbargh, Pa.
In GREAT VARIETY,
2,000,000 ACRES 4)E
CHOICE LANDS FOR *SALE,
Union Pacific Itaarocid Company,
Lying along the line of tbetr road, at
$l,OO TO 0,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE TEARS. .
For farther parttentara, maps, ac., addresa
JOHN P. DEVEHEITX, •
Land Commissioner, TOpeki, Ramat&
Or Cass. B. waisoßar, siey,
anl4: St. Loula,...lDasoart.
T o WHEAT, GROIWP II .
gupyit-PHOSPHATE • OF LIME,
The Allegheny Fertili zer CO.
SE.WARP.te,CAILEWEI A L s
ibEtOI 2 II,I7.E I TOIEr i .
Wiwi 866 Penn: Street, Pitbiburgh l Pa.
m 47 ! itu " 4 V i l,l tona!e giv e n le a trial to the s ttlnd-,
i erli b s r Pc r t s l:&l r t e l e st `e' Chigt
itons circulation a pamphlet containin g interesting
and valuable statements of this Fertllizer,.copl es
which will be sent free to any sending us their ad.
TIOI ITTEIBURGH PAPS ME..
FACTURI7G COMPANY, ManufaotuTera of '
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS.
CLINTON 3131.4--STRUBE37VILLI4 onto.-
BRIEiILTON MILL — NEW-BRIGHTON, PA.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE;
No 82 Third Pittsburgh, pa.
Orricsrui-41iEttIST HARTJR Pre '
- . Mt) .tri.LLityaigop4rgAsurer.
DlREcroßs—Augrat Earth., John Atwell, 8..11
Harman, dohn H. Livington. • ' -
~ , caah paid for 'Paper Stoak. ' ' •ja4:0811 •
TO GILAIgS DIARVFACTI.III ),IpELII:."-;-.
The'underblxned banter settued'the side Agen
oy or the sale of Ina celetwated ~ ,
COPLfC,Y , Pixi, CLalir. .: i
Are now prepared to, Dullish' It In any quanUt4
,those•wlstittig to - procure , this • supertbr article:
ring fifteen years mac of this (Ilan. we have arils
at such:proportions as. e ,belleye ma/malt a , hotter ,
article for puts than any tu ;te' 'market, we hts , ..
secured an aneraxe stand at 'six; - sataeand ..:. 1
ammras. - life,W/411 furnish_ ilteelPei Ito" Ohl 1121w2. :
Van OEthe mix t ure itf thls May to t ritons , p
'lac' me Clay lag:wild ealirnie ad Ili Insllir-rtar.'
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ieSTAIILISIIED /SIM AIiX.i4FIGZE** Aligarpa.
Lightning Rod Ilwatotorv.
IRON GALVANIZING WORKS,
30,000 FEET ItiagrFACTURED DAILY.
THEttLEBRATED STAR SALVANItEI
Manufactured at these worke, and sold to all parts
of theuontinent. are admitted to,be superior to any.
Lightning Rod is use: Great inducements Offered
to peddle all persons buying at wholesale.
Also; line P l atin s Points, of all kinds and patterns,
together with .I.usulatOrs, , Fastenings,. Copper and
Iron Connection Burs, Braces, etc. Bampled, Pam—
phlets and Circulars sent free.
REMUS', HUNTER &
Nos. 488 and 490 St, John St.,
MANIFFACTIMD BY TIM
ARTHUR. KIRK, Agent,
Office, 112 and 174 FEDERAL STREET,
cern . = POWDER.
I B. MIS' SAFETY FIRE JACKET,
Car Heater and Moderafor,