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' 4 I.:ET D'S MYR PBACE:" I.l n the c of the Millions
Who fought for thestarrpsomm *lag of-the free;
Tis the prayer of the H e r e , t h e of eivilthus, '
! That rolls from the mountains f own d tote sea.
, The nation. that rocked in the tempest and gloom,
( And drifted in doubt to be wre thund ers e shore
The storm has outlived and the that bo urn
Are voices that prophesy tempest no more.
- "Let us late - Piace - Ilrla the sig.h of the Jew'''.
That walk in the vale where the cypress is seen,
Who mourn their departed with tenderaesg holy,
And kneel where the graves are petenuially green;
.And witelethe tliln.known,'' .In _Melt' tdience,,Are.
sli.m t - ''-.----
the — - .
The f f eeigl . o angels are pressing . sod, i •, ,
And ye ' 'harmony round them are steep ng, •
While arty?' of Freedom have gone totheitOod. -
'"Let nibiettbsPeeiell , the evangel of LAtiOn• I '
Where toilers initoringlF lifi , UP M e4 r ha n"; ".- '
Goff o! Wipe the s tai ns from the death-dealing ratte,
And build the bright altar of hope for aft tatidlt,'
Loi radiant itbilt dub:Mita the templelnatory:s : •
Throws wide to the world the broadmisies of the
And freeMeri Shalltoil, ititheintter tlie Story, '
And °Weft repeat to the ages again. ••; . _ .
"Let us have Peace:" le the chortle assembling'' ,-
' Fronehatuhttrthatlie 'mid lhe, pinecholteMd hills,
And liken glad anthmn in unison tifollinlitr, - -
Floatron till the PLOn with Its o,tly thrills;
And rivers that wall to tbe land of the Wen.
And prattles that wake to the hymn of•the freq..
With millions of: pemen imploring for,rest,
psalms o rejoicing while bending thek ne e.
- "Let us have Pc eel" from the war's Wild cominii
The trumpet's arms.' and the crash of the field,
And let the new b iss, like the billows of ocean
Roll over the la 4 where the hero hiss kiieeled; '
' The smoke of the battle has swept frum the Sky;
The thunderi have teased, and. the bugle's wild
The chains have beentiven i wad loud froth on high '
The revielle calls to the love °file Past I
',Lam us uAVE/PRACEIr do a holy thanksgiving,
The Hero voice, tries in. the name of the Loito I
' For the sake orthe'deadl for the sake of the 114ing I
Turn tpeare intopruning-hooks—to plowshares the
And out of the darknegg sha ft come foithlhe beaming
Of Gladys bright sun where the flAinen have trbd,
And Freedom shall teach, with a truthall.recta ming.
That - PLACE WITH 01731 BIiOTHEIt Is PEACE Win!
Carit eon' ' , • • •
—England` extended a, generous velcome
to Bieritadt; the American artist.
—Gallimn, the maccaroni-baker of Paris,
uses twelve thousand eggs every day.
—The, Royal•troops in Italy have their
hands fall in keeping down - brigands and
—The Prince of Wales has just added to;
his other ,dignities that of President of the
=atelier . Cane has just written a new
book; Which is a parallel between the lives
-4 new opera:y Wagner, entitled •"The
Singer tif,'lfavneberg,'' i 'was to -have been
produced at Munich ort the 21st ult.. ,
—The'. Royal Olobe 'theatre will be the'
name of the theatre about to be builtby Mr.
Sefton ,Parry on the site of Lyons Inn,;
—A,conipanyof astronomers have 'been
sent by,the French Government te Coohirr
China, to' take observations on pie eclipse
of the 81111.011. thi 18th proximo. •
—Cardinal Antonelli is said to have been
buying in the, ecclesiastical property offered
for sale - by the Italian government. This
has given much - llispleasure to the Pope.
—The favorite target for shootingmaches
in France is an egg shell placed on a water
jet Ora fountain where it dances lentastic
ally; cballenging,the utraostskill to hit it.
' —Owing to a great hail storm which re
cently swept over Italy, seriously impairing
the prospects for full , crops of grapes and
olives; 7 wlnes aud, oils have greatly advanced
_ in that enuntrY. •
—English jotrint* announce, after the
fashion of fashionable marriages, one be
tween james Grimsbaw, the famous jockey,
and the daughter of the trainer employed by
—The Roman Catholic Bishop of Mon
treal has addressed a pastoral to his diocese,
remonstrating against the' "Prevailing ei
travagance of dress, 'which threatens the
ruin ofmany families."
Gatildree Boileau, recent Consul
General at New York, has retired from pub
lic service, indis living at Versailles. It
may be - remenibered .he married a daughter
of the late Colonel H: Benton. •
-7Near Manich, Bairn", there lives •an
eeeentric - Old American,: from 'Mississippi,
who for twenty-five years has never left his
house:. The only person who. visits him is
an old washerwoman; =who waits upon him
and brings him his meals..
-..---An•ltaban rabbi—Rabbi Jona, of Jurea
,a drama, the object of
which,le•lO expose' . ' the absurdity of the
blood aocrelations against the Jews; and to
show ilit:the'stake 'the misery which they
have brought . = this people. '
- 7 -Miss
,Mary Carpenter will be aeccmpa
, - nled hulls next September by a few no-
ble spiritedladies, who (says the London
cp*spendent 'Of the Boston Advertiser ' )
lielp her in founding a training , ,estih•
31sidnent for female teachers in that country.
A young Cretan "jean of Are arriv
edgetely. at , Athens, dressed•ln masculine'
attire, which she resumed for the purpose of
preserving 'her incognito wLile heroically
lighting.agamst, the Turks in Crete. She
has been photographed in her military,cos-':
tame and equipments. • •
.`=•LAtt interesting Contriositiai, by the vet
eran Moscheles, in the shape of a sympho
' nie sonata for two pianos (eight bands),
was brought forWardirtte.last and twenty
anniversary of ,the Leipaic Conservato-
Ito. Afar -Moschelea. has attained, ,we be-.
line; his seventy-fifth year.
Priam; is. scarcely a perish ;Ural
Franbein which :the peasants would not kilt
the priestif be, failed to: have. the churc4
belts rang during thunder or hail Astor*
The Academy of Sciences hatlepeatedly,
r„ „A* * to remove this, prejudice Which
every year coats the lives of four or
ringers. s •
automaton -. . chase. Oyer is, snaking
Parisitrary. , There is arnalt:isthe Machine,
'r br! : h 9* - KWida* in
originatilliaelraf apparatus ,
e t ,cf #4 , intense 'exeitexnent some
awentptiveicars ago. Robert Houdin :is
running the exhibition: •
IP,greatest 4 1 8*4 Over
which *telegraphic message can b e tran ‘,. -
ndi~t to *bolt six llnnclitliifiles; in Prniaia
441444 1 3414ediAial4iAin 34; 1 4'4
Alstanee is France is le. Bd,l
bd. In Great Britain 2s. is charged for the
transmission of a message °yet five hun
dred or six hundred miles, !Ali -04. for
any message sent one hundred and
two'hundred miles. ,
—A curious accithmthappenedat abitker'
shop in gewton, *gland, the - Other da,y:
floclL - pf 'sheeß. wilfloingihreugh the
street, when one of the ran into Unititop.
The door of the oven, which was heated at
the time,wasopen,the boor frightened crea
ture ran into It, and before it could be - got
out was so much burnt that it had to be im
. —HeredsA plan for :earning. -honest
, Which pdghtisrelibefellowed ht icy those'
handy enough to perform the
London paper says that clasaof
ale' have sprung up, as if by magic; these
take their stand opposite,the shops of , dra7
Tiers in common' neighborhoods; lad - offer
for salothepatterns.Of ,Tarious des criptions
of ladies' and children ' s clothing cut out in
The•rebelii in Northern'Chine are 'again
reported.to .to; obtained Of • late severaL
successes and ta , menace.onee more , the capi
ital, Pekin. While,l.hri? , saiii. be no doubt
that the rebellion in Nort hern China is still
unsubdued, the reports 'which have been re
ceived during the past two years, about the .
:appearance of rebel armies in the neighbor-,
hood of Pekin, haye.aiways been. exaggcra
tions, and are likely to prove so again. ,
!—A Paris letter, tella this story:‘•”On the
occasion of a•visit paid - by Alexandre Du
mas to the otllCe of the Figaro fast *tsa r
that illustriond writer was seized by the
staff of the paper;' and locked 111 i, with pens,
ink and paper,. and In, order that, an articli
might be extracted li.Cra him, as, the condf
tiOn of his release. At the expiration of an.
hour Dumas htuidedqo the editor five arti
cles, and was in:unediatelv set at liberty.",
—On the Pacific coast of Mexico, serious
difficulties have occurred the
ican authorities and the captain of an Eng
lish vessel. The captain threatened to bora
bard the City of Mazatlan,; but owing to the
representations of .the diplomatic agents of
some other countries, fortunately did not
Carty out his threat, , If the report as pub
lished is substantially correct, the , English
captain was guilty•of most overhearing con
—lt is positliely asserted Le ifontiteur will
after. New Year'S :Day, nekt, cease to be
printed and ' published by. the Pankoucke
family, who have printed and published it
since the first. number.. Mons. Flor, the
Emperor's speeial printer, will get the • hi
erative place. If the French government
and -the, Pankoucke ...tinnily. fail to come -to
terms, (the latter are: said to ask $400,000 in
gold fer property), . the oftleitiL, paper
will drop Le' Ifoniteur, and be styled . Le
Journal- Official du Clowlnihent .Prcznectio.
—Recently an old gentlemiiii, Ofeccen
trio habits, Mr. John Younghtuilituid, died
at Abbey, Home Cumberland, England.
The Billoth Railway runs through part of
his property, an- arrahgement to winch he
was passionately averse; and though yeses
have elapsed, his bitterness was in no way
assuaged. In his will he leaves £l,OOO to a
solicitor who, opposed the making of the
railway; the rest of his money he bequeaths
to a comparative stranger upon the follow
ing condition: !hat the legatee never
speaks ,to one df the directors of the rail
way; that he never travels upon it; that he
never sends -cattle or other freight by it;
and should he violate any' of these condi
tions, the estate reverts to the ordinary suc
cession. To Mr.Jobn Irving and the other
directors of the • I,ine, Mr. Young
husband sarcastically bequeathed afarthing:
—French notions upon the subject of I
dueling are evidently undergoing a change
for the better. Mr. Henry Rochefort de
clines to fight,the Prince . de la Mositowa,
'and in assigning his reasons in aletter for
the decision states that' as a writer he has
a peifect right:to criticise tbe acts of, end : .
neat men; that supposing he expressed.hia
opinion of the conduct purstted in 1815 by
Davonst, Augerean, Talleyriutd, Hammitt,
and a hundred °then, he might have to
fight duels with the devendant4 those
personages. The letter concludes in -there
words: "There is a question ofprinciple in
volved, which I ard =twilling to coinpro,
mise. To comply with- the request of the
Prince de la ,Moskoiva would be to 'accept
the foie of insulter, which I Meet with all
ray force: . . I have fought, as perhaps you
are aware, several duels, Wien for, trifling
causes; but at least they- did not affect the
right of judgment. I consequently raise
to set a. bad example ~to my colleagues—
thatis to say, I decline to give the Prince
satisfaction by arins.'! ' •
Salaries of:Clergy In New York.
‘.Thoievibo serve at the , altar shall live
by the alter,',E says St.; Pahl: - Bat' the good
saint had probably the ideal.hOtti
well'some Of :his successors *bald" manage,
to live in. this si— 'lt Stated that Bev.
J. A. D. .Viringfield,:ef.Peteribiiig; Vit.., has
been called to the :Church of. the holy..f4a
viour,.on Twenty-fifth. street, at a salary of
$16,000.' The cants loud enough; and- the
reverend gentleman: must be unusually deaf
• if he dees not hear it '
at that • figure. . Dr.
,Totter, a :nephew . Of' the • Bishop - of NetV
:I r Otki.lat , to Accepted the Care of . the *souls
: o ribige who attend Grace_Churcb; Poi the
consideration: , nt ~$8,000:a. ear and a small':
wbite , marble .palac e on BroadwaY, .Dr.,
• Bill,:of the Presbyterian :Church, corner . , of.
Nineteenth street, And Fifth avenue,: has
' come all the way from •Dublin to feed the.
flock that worships there, which lie consents
to do Or the modest .pittanee' of *lO,OOO , a ,
year is gold' and a' hand some i parsonage.
The, Doctor. heir the old country . motions
about". currency ,;: 'l4', doesn't' .uodeilitAnd
'Sreeabadtsl , but: yPrOOrs /4i- jug il t icllid :
metal. Dr. Morgan; Dix, "of ~ Ant y, se-:
ceives.sl2,ooo.and Ishmael; rwhile,the more
popular preachers go.trn to , a muobr.higber,,
fiktire..-"Di.fthapin receives not. -. .lese•than , 1
from fifteen to twentyythousand in•Salary,i I
andL'tne results'of outaide!'literary - wotk;'
NOP: :ilicArt'- . W4lg'.*Petter'S'iti, oo litee, 1
reaebee frolt.',tive)itY!,tet:thlity r tlieustitioA'
froth Ake sOnnl,o,', Un..,,tlp3' therliandi;nur' 1
etttholic .. ,plerfiv 4;444' 4; 1 44 44ve:t *
em i t
'distribute It:good put - nt itY tlthiir t Teekitt;
vemwOratipidd .Iptientthentittfliki - nut pooih
.7adjoillitaunaii and littibidf iDalerAtveni ,
whoa otnit i UM tritninlitO 01
I dg .1 3 PIP
iiiiN#l .: ;l6+ akiit Welded friir
NtARFOI ~ Mi.riveft:MlL.::::•,',;
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : FRIDAY, JULY 10, $6B.
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ALL WORK WARRANTEL AND-NE.-
AMINE SPECIMENS OF .RW-NE-1717LCAN
Chet in d eiliersts,
FOR cies AND OIL
-Just reeeived E She _llnest and largest assortment
ever opened In this city...
WELDON & KELLY, .“
147 WOOD STDEET, COE. vpyam . ALL.I7.
EME SOAP STONE, &c.
PiasTER., CHIMNET •TOPE.
• ' .• • WATER PIPES.
. 4 coisArrei,
, - ; 2 Wood street.
CLOSING OUT OW. • •
SUNIMER. DRESS GOODS
J. 111.-BIIRCIIFIMI IL CO'S,
. No. 52 St. CiairStreet.
LAWNS for SlSc..Wortit 37Nc.
. LAWNS for 37c: 'worth, 62c. •
OR.ENADINEE, for Stleents worth 40c. -
PIQUESIo T 6chiI OAACC t 2r3lc. w orth 4c
GREY tiOODs, for •sc. • "
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
IN THE CITY:. ALL 'ENTIRELT I NEW„ AND
CHEAPEST IN TIME CITY;
REMEMBER THE PLACE, -
No. 52 St. Clair' Street.
gy . . 111LI , RILET STREET. 87.
IN PRICES !
TO. CIO STOCK. OF
87 MARKET STREET.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS.
Jest: , 87 ....MA RKET STREET...,S T.
ARBUMOT, SHANNON & CO.,
No. 115 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
DRY GOODS AND. NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PRICES.
HOSIERY and GLOVES
F. *1 4 2:1(7C15r,
Na. 168 Wylie Street. jis
riAltn, MCCANDLESS &
4k, j • (I„ata Wilson, Carr A C 0..)
WHOIALSALIC DEAL - ERB IN
Foreign and Domestie :Dry Goods,
- • ' No. 94 WOOD BTREET,
Third door Abair. Dtamood
• - • , TITTOURGH. PA.
SEWING - 1144%.0E1NE5: •
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THE •'‘GBEAT 'AMERICAN COltg . —'
BINATION: . • • •; • •
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AND' SEWING MACHINE:'
S I 4S I NO EQUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE 'BEST' FAMILY
MACHINE:..IN THE Ay_on.l.l),-
7 . 74.011310ALL1 THE COMAYEST,
SrAtenta want,d to ell this itischine, ,
c - .7,3F.A.5.,, C. ISALTAEFX4Mit,
' • Alien% tiir Wi,acein•reetiellYeeie. '
Corner . lerforn AND . 'AtAtticzr STREW'S eve?
Rkeardsontszernortatore. ; • mato.,
DYER AND SCOURER,
OYER ANDSCOURER. ,
No : ' S ST. Atit 't '*`RIFT
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And Ni.. ' litre iodie indr4 *yet,
BARR 11r, iitWilint,
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Mat* agrimaitiesiset, Inttatrutgth-Pir apecisi ,
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ALIMIOII24IIIIIIOIIApi i i . Pat#
.4.ll.LuikkiwirimessestO 10,1,1101. •
WOOD T. , 115.
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CARPETS 'AND OIL CLOTHS.
Manufacturer? recent advance in
priwm will iontinue to °Dr e
Larglistatock of 13rinmla, Velv
and Ingain Palpts in the city, at
the kiwest prides;.
One Stable. 20x24feet, 16 feet high; Blacksmith
Shop and other outbuildings. This landis under
never-fallthraidlitrfor :WW 4 os' m
running through. the entire premises, and will be
sold cheap and en lentil:: terms,- to a - good man with, a ,
.10 LOTS 111141.4011.D_ AVENUE, each
by 100 feet; oh *hien is 'erected • four twtwstory
'frame derelllng houses, of 0. rooms and hall ea t
These lots embrace. a,full square of ground, front
ing 900 feet on Bednitit• everme. - ihd bounded on
each end by a wide -street; With an - -111.feet. alley in
- the;rear. On the premises is a ump or lasting and
. excellent water, andihe, surfac e..of. the lots is level
Ann needs neith &filling nortgra lug thprepare them
"for building purpose s, ' and being in a eeetton ott he
city where propertys increasing very rapidly in.
value, make them desirable for an Investment. espe
cially as tire present houses -rent for enough to pay
a good Interest on „the-, tom:asked for the whole
property, Call soon on the .enderslgned and secure
a cheap, safe and paving investment.
AIso,A.FABM 01' 160 ACRES :of good. land, - .
situatd In East Wheattield township. Indiana Co:,
Pa-, 90 acres of whiell is cleared land, in good col
tivatto:n,lso acres being in excellent meadow.. '
improvements are a two-story frame dwelling house
0f.4 rooms, a frame bank ' barn, 36t60 fear, with'
-- stabling underneath, and other outbuildings, all in
good repair. Iris in a good neighborhood, eonve-
Merit to schools. churches, stores. and will be'
sold vet v tow for cash or' amareved securities. ,
'• Also, a EWER. BOTTOIL VARM. of WO scree, 19
miles froze the city, in Elizabeth township. Atte
gheny-eounty,' Pa., on:the-Youghiogheny river, one
. half mile from Elrod's Station, on the Connellsville
railroad; near uhure h eN schools, online, &c., In the -
flourishing villages of BOston"and Green Oak. The
Improvements area Oro-store briek- house of .slx -
rooms, hall and cellar, a goodframe bank barn with
- stabling underneath, and otheroutbuildings; a.weU
of :good standing water at' the • door, and several
standing !prints of water An: the farm, and 'slier: ,
chard of 700 trees of selected fruits of apnles, cherf
ries, pears, peaches, quinces and grapes: Thlsprop
erty - being - located near. the , line of the railroad,
within one hones ride of 'the City, makes it very de
sirable for gardening or a dairy farm; it is also a
good and beautiful location for country homes near
,the city, lying immediately on the river, on the op
posite aide from the ;railroad. The West Newton .
Accommodation and other trains on the railroad af
ford certain • and frequent 'opportunities of -daily .
communication to and from the city. ,Wlll be sold
as a whole or In lets of one acre or more; to Suit pur-
Ala°, A FARM OF wig ACIOLS,. situated, St.
Cinir township, WeStmorelend county, Pa, near
theline 'of the Pennsylvania Railroad - at Houston
etatton.- The thaprovemente,aren two-story frame
house, with six rooms and good cellar, a frame bank
barn 40 to , 60 feet,' and other outbuildings: 'There
.Is - on the place a •young - apple and peach orchard;
120 sexes cleared land, divided into fields of conve
nientsize, a large portion of which are welt set in
clover and timothy' the"residue of said tract eat , :
ered with good timber.. It. is well watered and un
derlaid with coal and limestone, and le. convenient •
to churches, school!, stores ' m il ls and blacksmith
shops: :A real good bargain is offered in this excel
lent farm; and with It will be sold aU the personal
property on the premises, consisting 'of horses,'
dews. stock - cattle, bogs andpoultry, harness, gears,
'wagon,: lows. fanning implements and household
and kitchen tuthlture. Together will be sold very
- low and On easy terms, to a responsible purchaser.
Also, a desirable and very fertile Tract of Land of
15S ACRES AND 9,5 PEIICHES. In Elizabeth Tp.,
Allegheny county,-Pa., on the line of the Hempfield
railroad. end one and one-half miles from the CoM ,
nellsville railroad at Suter's -Station. On this farm
hr,' 40 acres of superior white oak timber, which
alone Is now worth one-half the price aske d for the
whole tract. The improvements are a. log house,_
frame barn, good (cueing, and an apple orchard or
good fruit. it is well a atered and underlaid with
Ilmestoneand flag stone of a superior quality, with
stone coat for the use of the. farm. •
Also, The best FARM - in Fairfield township,
Westmoreland countv, Pa., of 950 ACRES, about
six miles `south of the Pennsylvania Central• Rail
road at Bolivar Station...Theimprovements are two.
large hewed log dwellings; one of the .largest and
best frame barns in the toweshipt-two apple or
chants, hi good bearingeonditiont corn crib, wagon
abed rind other outbuildings ..; The. whole farm is
under a high state of cultivation; fencing all in first
-rate order, and the land of the best qdrility of lime
stone toll, about 200 ames of which is cleared and,
the residue of the tract In. good timber, such as
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut and beech.
This property will be sold very cheap and on good
terms,-as the owner wishes to engageln other bust
,nese. /or particulars enquire of .
51. IL TOWEL 164 Fourth Street.
NEW CARPETS. _ Fos. ssLE:
, a new and 'ex , ..
• 'Royal 4aminsint
White, Red, Cheeked, Strip' annoy
- 31 A_ Or T. I IN . G' S, .
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Oil .Clothe,- Window Shades. &e.
BUSTARD,. ROSE '& CO.;
21 14'1FT11 STREET.
very enperlor anality
IN BRI,OHTEST COLORS.
Prices the Lowest Os this Market.
5i ITFTITSTIRSET,abcnre Vy'ood.
McFARLAND & COLLINS
HAVE JIIIIT RECEIVED THE
NEWEST AND BEST STELES OF
ENGLISH VELVET CARPET,
191 X-QUARTERS WIDE;
Ta►estry and Body Brinkls,
WHICH VIET ARZ SELLING AT
Tho Lowest Prices Reached this Season.
SUPERFINE _INGRAIN CAPRPETS
DOWN TO $l.lO AND $1.16 PER YARD.
McFARLAIM & COLIMS,
Nos. 71 , . and 73 Fifth Street.
CARPETBEATING , •
Whloh TEN YEAEI3. TRIAL in New Pork and elh
er Eastern cities has proved complete anemia.,
•rrisAnvAirrAeris : ' •
lab-Fading and lilbslalmge are completely
ed. , ;
Ad No ripping apart ' ecessary. • • , •• , •
3 / 1 .-Witaw need from dust, maths or thelr larvae.
Car. looks nearly all eel!' as ears 'Ur
, natural raging from wm.r.,
• 4th-When perfectly 'dean. 'a Carpet will Wear se
lone. 1 desirable matter sac lnerePolAa
economy.. tO.say nothing 0,1000. • -
ALL ORDERS LEVI' AT . TEE OFIIIO3. -
No' 179 Liberty Street
:Or a g dressee to P. 0. Box 00, wil l reedit, prompt '
. • ~• •:1
:111 - ) y izilttL1:4;101: re) 3F:11
NICE..` L.l : ' • ..;.
The 4314 4 rai g0 " aursttilfdStiriaitin to
itiiiness, v est m Aptil ' ' _, - AL
TI1101) O. WALT li Ms sou ABA 8 . GILT:DWI& zed'
LOMB JENOLERT. The style of the .erm to be
J. gujiKalli. lb 00. . J. J.
Ihiferrhiii to" the above.; thit undeesleiee, eke
LaußixA'' All :d :xPYC` IIIISOO3;
FOR SALE-a1b1.14 ESTATE.
FRU - 13 r
'lOO AC OF WHITE PINE AND NEM-
LooK. T ER t.Awp;
in bss sloiated op Black Lick
Creek, Boginctol i asrotho, ldnlanniconufy, 144
At Hanelfr ogillWoni on*thd FennerMania
Central liailroad,,-*.ond about flO acres of cleared
land, :ander _goat:fencing, On thd4retalses. are
ereetedipiearistiMill. - with 0 , rto2 - 4ir Inkrrs aria 2
not or sped , all complete and in good running'er
der. One Saw =I, In corogleteqnderi*, eutping.
3,ooB.feet per day. , . = ~. ".":,- • - -. c,.'
°n"Wellitall YOUSet: kwo'ikiorleitihighi r with 10_
reams, - 40xna feet.
One dWeliing, /I.s4,feet, 8 rooms.
One ,1 154 , feet , s ..
One " 18x " 4. • " ,
. One. _ " 1828 " St ~
One " 2ax26 "-- 5 - "
ed this ses-f
snit - POWs - Of
its palms of
OCg & CO.,
TWO HOUSES 'AND LOT on Carroll street,
Allegheny. •Ttils property will be sold low, as the
party is about leaving the city, and wislies,U! dispose
of the property before retrieving; - • • -
SAW MILL, TWO DWELLING HOUSES ,TWO
BARNS, with good FARM, and about SOO acres
timber land. This property will be sold low. ' Cm%
g2.soo—balanee o ACR E S, suit buyer.- •
FARM OF 120 will be sold for twenty
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frame
house and good barn: 50 acres of the land clear.
' FARM OF 180 ACRES. near the line of railroad;
very well located for raising stock; improvements
are good and substantial; 100 acres of the land In
meadow and graine , ' - • -
CITY PROPERTY,-Will sell a good brick house,
containing dve rooms, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and wonid rent Par the amount in six years.
A LARGE LOT OF GROUND, having a river;
front and very convenient of access.
TA,NNER)., convenient to the city, and having a
well established custom or local "trade .counected
therewith: . a good dwelUng and forty acres of land.
FOUR LOT'S in liharpseurg,, near the railroad . ;
would make's good coal yard.- -
;HOTEL FOR SALE.hat fine Hotel property,
situated - at the Junction, -containing,
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of garden and fruit trees. This ,
well located hotel will be sold low, se the proprie
tor wishes to retire from business. .
One large Hour,.
for Boarding House.
One new Brick House, B rooms.
One new Brick House of 4 rooms. - •
One new Brick House of 2 rooms.
One House of 5 rooms and lot 56 by 140.
One House of 7 rooms and lot 150 by 150.
Two new-Brink Houses; 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 rooms. • ;
Two hew Brick Houses, 3 rooms each .
One sew. Frame 'House In %Vilkinsburg; having
• six rooms and large lot. well stilted for.sarden.
acres that can be divided Into acre lots.
5 Lots in Oakland. .
Power and a large Room and - Yard for rent, int
rood location. Will be rented. for short or long
FOR' LEASE OR SALE-3 Lots ou lliortoti'stree‘
Ninth:Ward •. • • • , .
We,15T3,--3,00111 pet or Flagging 3 to *inches
IN. BUMS OF $11.000•AND 17114ARD.
D. P. HATCH REAL ESTATE MICE
No. GsluitSt. • Pittsburgh.
FOR' s ATM,
-Union Pacific 14aiirintdcomPany,
Lying skew *he line albeit' toed, lie • ' '
*l,OO TO $B,OO PER ACRE; •
And ona ORICDIT 01111 TE TS4BB.
For flartirg . D . 4 1131a1r14 " a1 ;1 4 *Adrem
• / 01'314 00 senglidPner*Tc ilarisag•
littS. Lusnoirs, ode% '
swig - Missonri.
p(ovirrit. ic,,RESEDENte° '''.
taw: OR T:.- A' Largo. two-story doable
MSS, Containing 10 rooms, lbelteilajg double par.
' tor:with marble .manttesp and all the , modern ho
proremcats I 1 sera of gronnd, .1111cd, .with fr uit,
grant% herrtes, &C. Sittoited near Ifineravllle, at
sae termtuatibn or the Wylie street 'Passenger can.
Title Ls one ofie.handsomost locations In pea,
ominty, ,s_t_z_i_ a good neighborhood,
~ y it
W. A. 'H , MM NT Baal ?Wine' 'NKr:. Grin:
• and ',Stator WA 1121:_tiLlirte en=
orbs. :Also; isevertil• Mixt; ' lb Atiod iocatknua
Also; woman , efiX?blDN!,,,AOTollytwitti AO actet.
and : od teati pirmanenta . q u lileii will sell
°beim and 0 n Ole einem Helmet
told on good Miter/I.' nirivite Dwelling douses On
rensin both ottilw ,71ctr tattilar p4rtl t lara AßD lnehlie
• • inigia ataile
(1 ) ; :;• - ; i 'l;/...
byfoirvil erivr• 'whit) Willi *lfni),i nh;,
a 0 _h1if,.%91319 timt: ) titmt!! ! ,
lartif -*armful , itautibub 4ctitea
~I,ECTIG SI~MI, ~DRD~~L,
:An Infialink int edilor Sninner boraplaint: Diar
rhea, Dy sentery, Vosatins, 11.0!tr - idtoloacb. and
lit.'-111111118' CRIMP: CPIS
A specific for Cholera, Cramps and Patti.;in the
r 7 i
Corner of I Orty at Wayne 1.
41 .A....-ENTI4 VOW.
J. SCHOONNAKEIti& SONS
PURE WHITE' LEAD
ru5 1 4 811 7 1 .4 / 8119 ...' . !irF5: 03i n ,. . 111 P 1 , : /C !,•,. z
•:,a .: ,
NORTH 'AMERICAN •2 - ~,,-
Lightning - Rod .. Tilanufactom ' 4
, ,• 1
' • • ~", - - -
LEON v GAINANIZINR WORKS. ,
30,009 FEET M4ITACTURED DAILY. ' •• 4
. 1 THE CELEBRATED STAR BALVANIZED. 1 , '-' 1
• :. , .- . z 1 . :-, , 1
. . ,
Manufactured at these worts, and sold to atiparta : i
of the continent, are admitted tO be superior to ant? ; 4 ,
Lightning Rod In use. Great
offered i I
LO peddlers and all -persons a bnyto at •• wholesale. ; • ,
'Also, fine platina Points, of II tin and pattereas,
together With •Insulators, Fastenln s, Copper ind ' 1 .
Iron Connection Burs, Braces; etc. plea, ram-
phiets and Circulars sent free. - - • - 1 1 • •
11,ETB IJIIII, 11i11ITER.&00, "*:
Nob. 488 and 490 St John Bt,, :- . ,'I
sia.: .. 1
The only•greenzissilnt , that will i notideterlorate try
exposure. It will look better; hist longer And eye
more parte*. satlefsetlon tlopying. , Plant %Pp
market.' • -
___ Hi • l •
(Late Miller.* *atm%)
Nos. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin Streets,
. , . .
Offer to the trade at Lo 'Figures: • .
150 pkgs. of NEW MACEEREL, in :barrels,
_ halves, qua/ten:and
100' chests% choice YOUNG 11Y8ON,
50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
25 bbls. choice CABOLINA. RICE.
75 bbls. LONG ISLAND SYRUP.
50 bbis: SYRUP,' choice benndai. - -
100 bbla. N. O.•IIOLAbSESi
50 - bbls. BERMUDA MOLASSES.
200 bble. REFINED SUGAR. -
lb hhoa. PORTO RICO,/ qui3A and DEMA
200 bags RIO COFFEE.
50 bags JAVA and LAGUA'Y RA COFFEES.
100 cases IMPORTED CLARET.
250 cases MOKT A CRANDON'S CIIAM
• • PAGNE WINES: 9• • •
SCOTCH ALE .and LONDPN PORTER con
stantly 011 hand.
THE HAY BAKE "WELCONE "
PATENTED 1868 AND 11:107.
• •Is the best Hato made. It will rake heavier bay,
carry it farther, load and tinlogd itself easter than
any other rake. It is self-operating; a ebild-8 years
old can do the work ' of a full It:and. Hundreds of
certilicates could be givenonclof which is below:
"elluAnn, Erie e., Pa., Jaly 5, 1867.
"I have need the Watonse Hay Hake, saanufko
tured by W. W. Wallace, Pittsburgh PA, and rec
ommend it to farmers. It is good in light and heavy
bay: is easy on man and horse; hf a complete pfeavf•
er of gram and . trtubbi- ; sluiple in. construction.'
and easily kept in order. . _
All orders dfre l cted to 319 Liberty street, Pitts
hurgh, Pa.. or at the,works id Columbiana, Ohio,.
promptly attended to. Sold wholesale and retail by
I • W. W. WALLACE.
fiend orders In early, SA Supply is short.: •
PrTWIN CITY SLATE CO.,
alufactute a superior article
tilliMicei 48 Seventh St 4 Pittsburg* Pa.
110LIME9, BELL &. CO.,
Msautletzti ere of HEAVY. MEDIUM and LIGHT
ANCHOR /UNID MikOZOLI/A.
. . . ._
r1(11 - tALASS DLLNUFA.CTITREIIB.
' The undersigned hauing secured the sole AVM.
cy or the sale of the celebrated] . ,
, • : •.• COPLEY POT .GLAY. • :
'Are now Priparcd to furnish lt in any quantity p to
.:those wishing to procUrettilia: superior article.
~.ring fifteen yeers' use of this Clan, we have arrtr
at ruch DropOrtions aa we belleye makes it a 'better
article for pots than any in thet market, -we having.
secured an atterage ;Land af SLT., =GUT ana TWIT
et orno. •We will ilitnish reehipes for the , propor-:
tion of the mixture if this Clay to potions •pnrcMr
, ing, The 0/ay is , ground and moulded lu ltunpe far .
delivery. . .
• • DITSMIDOE & BONS •
• . , ..• , • TfortPitt Glass WOrits,. .
Washlturton Street. Pittsburgh. Par
TATLOIti • .•
j(0, 414110 iSTALE.I*, 4111estili*Y.
ThiOM ter the termer trerr liberal - pitmen", be.
*towed tipontini;lmirciretny ttiendeand the nubile
genteelly ; that,: in the future lin the • pant. I• shall
erideayor diligently to 'ineilt* eoutinnatiee at the
mune; end will be always at the - shop from , ' te 111 ,
A. X. and from 1 to 3 P. i MITZI:4I4
WASH/N .4 31'0N STREET,
ligar PlitalxlFgh Grain. Eleiitor
W. W. is-WrSEREKO N,
Mannfa4peer of OORN RYE FLOUR and
112HOPPF.D FRED. Orders' denvettd 1n either city
mem!' thane. arsilk,of aIF kludi-oboptod,
Corn shelled. on ort wake«
it rd lllN - PECK,. Ornamental BRA=
r HAIR WORK= A..ND PERPUMITR,..NocISH
,street. , nearauslUM al d, Pittsburgh. , .
lways on bawl, 'a s. (moral itussortment ot tulles' ,
NANDS, CURLS' Gentlemen's WIGS To.
SCALPS, OtrA.RD (MAINS, saes:mi:re,
&a. .& &act& ,Prine In mush will be Oren RIZ
Limes sand, (ientlemenic Half •OntUng donei •
the etultmek manner. -. :. ,} • ~ . aslant,
WEST I COMION
'; i.'6;'' Ilifciaktiiii Eitonir, Works, .-, ,
1 ; o - 'itiror'' (iiii r co m nie'' ' ''Voilir . llit.' '' OirAlieitt6i;''
i• , • ,lIMPIr. !14 4. 1 1 1 0: , .1 6,4 L-- ~.• 1 '
‘Ei4ltic4 1414"ai l r*IN iot , gattiV e i s gi,
atlis"“leiesall%ge.' ki, lig - p lr i i i i ii i ii ii v
Win r • A
I: , ,ifed 5,43713 oe., lia tiVi.t if W.O an , - ,-- a . ...1.taz) uli*
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