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'mowit : eels to be Blown Up--it Mlctil
gan cal -Editor's Experience.
Most o our leaders will doubtle as re=
Member ~ e explosion otthe staamer 'Mag.
t - '
nOlia oro -1 /he Ohio river ;`some miles above
Cinch March; last . Mention was
,the supposed fatal in
, Wiad editor ==s£ the Lansing
enat is on hie way to accept a
Banat tysville, (Ky.) Bulletin.
Being noW, after a lapse of more than three
months, partially able to resume'hisf duties,
il _he thus writes up an account of his accident
t r , -- Tor the Jaekeonian: '
a-- --- '--- "When I bought my ticket I asked the
P. I- ' clerk if the Magnolia was considered a safe
boat. Hi looked at me with a half-sneering,
half-pitying expression, and replied by in-
squiring KIT. had ever traveled much.
"'Well) nonot above the average.'
'"`'Then you'll learn something by-and
4 .by,•' e critinned. o
"I did. Was seated in the cabin, between
' an ex-Colt nel of a Georgia regiment and a
Cincinnati pork dealer, and we were all
I talking °Yen the impeachment matter. My
• fellow paiengera soon became heated and
- angr_y. hey were cursing Congress. and
__ - the Presid nt across my head—each one as
he felt—a I was looking for a muss.
4 4 j,
Their an ' talk soon collected a crowd. I
had just got up from my chair M . keep clear
of the coming fracas; when I hear*,a yell of
agony, and before you could hayeeounted
three, up through the cabin; and almost un
- der'our feet, came a huge, ' jagged Mass of
iron. - i - -
•• "For an instant thereafter Ixas conscious
of everything going on. I saw the cabin
roof lifted up, hard the angry hiss of steam,'
the crashing of timbers, and a - cry from the
injured and frightened passengers that will
never be forgotten. ; Then I was lifted from
my feet; I felt an-intense pain in the back
of my head, and a biting, stinging sensation
over my entire body. Sixteen days after
wards I aWoke in the Commercial hodpi-,
tal at Clinch: mad. I knew that I was badly
hurt, but could not remember how or when
- 1 I was injured.
- "As afterwards ascertained, I was blown
' out of the cabin into the river. When the
explosion occurred, the steamer was just
rounding the bend above California, hug-.
ging pretty close the Ohio shore to avoid
the heavy current. I must have taken a
'jump of at least two hundred feet, as I was
picked - up close to the shore. _ The surviv
ors were conveyed dowp to the city on a
tug, and here comes the only joke I can dis
cover in the whole affair. •
"From some cause or other, my face Was
_turned 'to 'as deep: a black, as negro ever
- wore, and I was accordingly treated as one.
A dead cart was sent, down from the hos
pital, and side, by side with 'two wounded
darkeys, lying on'a mattress, I was carried
up... The mistake was not discovered until
the surgeons commenced shaving the hair
off to get at my broken skull. I was sup
' posed, for the first two days, to be a deck
I hand, but the telegram from my wife to the
1 editor of the Enquirer,
who came and hint-,
' ed me up, soon set the matter right:
'"On awakening in the hospital, I inquir
,' ed how badly I washurt. The only answer
I received was to 'keep still.' Considerhig
that I could move neither hand - nor loot I
regarded this, advice as entirely thrown
away. But ii did, not take me long to find
out that, first, there was an uncomfortble
*air-hole' in the back ,of my head; second'
the sight entirely:gone from the left optic
and the skin peeled off my face and ears;
third that I had been -'steamed,' or rather
• cooked, from head to heels, including both.
arms; andlastly that the doctors\had just
pilled me through a severe' attack of pneu
monia. Remained in the hospital twenty
-nine days, and then concluded to go home.
Had not yet been able to leave my bed, but,
acCompamed by my brother-in-law,C. H.
,Rulisob, Esq., wholiad nursed me from the
I third day, I made the journey.
- "Getting home—my friends had been
looking to see me come in a coffin—my,
- wounds had all filled up with 'proud flesh.
This, of course, had to be burned out, driv
ing me crazy for a night 'and a day, and
compelling me to use a solution of blue vit
riol twice a day for forty days. -- . 430 you can
foriu a slight idea of the pain and suffering,
-` and how much 'ye local \can endure with
out becoming 'idead matter:' .
"Now, after a lapse of almost one hun-
' dred days, I find myself once • more about,
but condemned to wear the savage marks of
the steam-fit:lid to My grave. A hal& spot
where the iron missile ; crushed my skull, a
_"piebald' eye, a face that resembles a..-beet,
- and over my arms, body and limb& are
scars that resemble great slices of fresh beef
' laid upon the skin. But after all, I am yet
alive and getting ready to once more pur
sue the 'itemizing- business,' which you
know is vastly better 'than_bemg fished oat
of the Ohio some totpld day, with no Cod:
ner handy for an inquest" ''''
We give the following extracts from an
article about fruit In a recent number of
Chamber's Journal : ' I
am not quite sure whether fruit is always
brought to us as it should be. Pears and
apples no doubt bear careful carriage, and;.
however suddenly they may 'ripen at last,;
are often a long time reachingtheperfection
of maturity, evennfter they have been gath
ered; but there is an essence which belongs
to moat fruit, and ithieh begins-:to vanish
the moment it is plucked. Even the short
transfer from the garden wall to the dish at
dessert =mot be made without the loss of
some of that subtle Elavorwhich is conveyed
~ by the living stalk from the sun-fed tree.
Fniit should be eaten ajive, like oysters.
Thereis an edge to the taste of a fresh-open
-I,,ed oyster, which comes, I suppose, from.
, lhe surprise• he feels ,at .being -suddenly
scooped out of his shell.. In a few minutes
,gives place to a feeling of alarm, and
then, in an hour or Live, to one of despair..
When laid out with his brethren in a
_ dish, the whole fruit is hopeless and sad.
- - They msy:atill taste of life, bit it - is of life
- disappointed. But the .fresh opened oyster
has no time to grow feverish or melancholy;
-- While a plumb, for example, hangs upon
its stalk, it is in some kind of magnetic cor
reltponderice with.all the powers of nature:
Cut itoff, and in time it dies, corrupt, un
wholesome; and every movement in its pro
gress from •life to death is marked by a de.
cadence of that essence which makes fruit,
delicious. Therefore, supposing that you
pluck it ripe, the sooner a plum is eaten the
, better for you. This of course appliestiost
to tender, thin-skinned fruit. A firm apple
dies slowly. .A - nfilheilds out long against
the debasing influence of separation from
its source of life. :But plumbs, ligs, peaches,
, apricots, and strdwherrics begin to suffer
directly after they are gathered: This lathe
case even with pines, which are susceptible
of bruises, but they contain such an appar
ent surplusage of flavor that the first stages
of their decay are not perceited except by a
' I think the mornin'g Is the best, time for
fruit; I aix , not quite sure, though. The
- afternonn is goid.. Butl don't recommend
fruit with the dew on it. Let the fruit 'get .
its own breakfast before you eat tt,„yourself.
It, breakfasts , on early:sunshine and dew. It
takealhese things in, and smilesupon itself
and the world, just as you do just half an
hour after a pleasant breakfast. Eat, it
by_ rib meartsjn
the raw and early morning;
. thus you hai , e
the young freshness and virgin flavor of
the fruit. It has another character later in
the day; when it is filled with sunshine;
then I think it is sweeter.
The Little Woman.
As a rule, the little women are brave.
When the lymphatic giantess falls into a
taint, or goes off into hysterics she storms,
or bustles about, or holds on like a game
terrier, according to the work .on hart& She
will fly at any man who annoys her, and
bears herself as equal to the biggest and
strongest fellow of her adquaintance. In
general she does it all by sheer pluck, and
is not notorious for subtlety or craft. Had
Delilah been a little woman, she would Dev
er have indertakento shear Samson's locks.
She would have defied him with all his
strength] untouched on his head; and she
would have overcome him, too. Judith and
I.Tael wefeboth probably large women. The
work they went about, demanded a certain
strengthkd' musclennd toughness of sinew;
but who! can say that Jezebel was not a
small, freckled, auburn haired Lady Audley
of her time, full of the consecrated fire, the
electric force, the passionate recklessness of
her type? Regan and Goneril might have
been beautiful demons of the same pattern;
we have the example of the Marchioness 4
Brinvillers as to what amount of spiritual
]deviltry can exist with the face and manner
of an angel direct' from heaven; and -per
haps Cordelia was a tall, dark haired girl;
with a pair of brown eyes,: and a longlose
On the, whole, then, the little women
have the best of it. More petted than their
bigger sisters, and infinitely more power
ful; they have their own way,—in part,, be
cause it really dees not seem , worth while
to - contest n point with such little creatures.
There is nothing that wounds a 'man's sel6-
reaped in any victory thpy may- get or
claim. Where there is absolute inequality
of strength, there can be no hu
miliation \ the self-imposed defeat
of the stronger; and as it is always
more pleasant to have- peace than war, and
as big men for the most part rather like than
not to put their necks under the tread of
tinnffeet i -the little woman goes on her:way
triumphant to the end, breaking all thelaws
she does not like, and throwing dOwn
the barriers that impede her progress, pei
fectly irresistible and irrepressibjejn ailoir
cumstances and under any conditions.--,,
Sdforday Review. . '
It is a surprising fact that upward of five
thousfinddifferent articles in common use
are manufictured of the ordinary willow.
The Ameriean willow is tirobably as good
as the - Gentian and French varieties - for all
practical purposes, but an insufficient quan
tity of it is grown, and -hence we depend
chiefly otethe foreign supply. The French
are famous for the production of "fancy"
articles in willow ware, but the Germans,*
and especially the Bavarians, excel in' the
general excellence of the work of this kind.
They devise all sorts of useful contrivances
and display much ingenuity in inventing cu
rious articles which are of no particular
- utility, but serve to adorn spare corners of
apartments, or to pique curiosity as to the
purposes for - which they are intended.
Bavaria, fathers hand down their knbw
ledge of this art to their sons, and when the
sons become fathers, their progeny follow
the same line of business. Willow work
ing is a family affair, and long practice
makes perfect. Expert and nimble fingers
are required, to split and weave the little
willow wands into so many shapes as - these
facile people prciducc. From the tiny toy
basket, scarcely bigger than a lady's thim
-ble, but complete in all its parts, which is
.t0,,g0 to the child's nursery, up to the pon
dirties hamper witli the capacity of bushels
there is a wide leap—but the Bavarian
worker knows hoW and when and Where
to stick his. awl, and thread in the willow
in and out. Some of his work la so fairy
that a breath blows them away; another
piece is strong enough to hold a heavy man,
with no danger that he will break the
plaited straws. In this country heavy wil
low-work is chiefly produced—such, as
clothes-baskets, - children's chairs and
wagons, market baskets and the like, and
the blind excel - in +his industry. Some very
neat and pretty patterns are made in the,
settlements. On the banks or the.;
Connecticut river - large supplies Of willow
are obtained, of, a quality unsuipasse4by
those of any other part of the globe.,
Bismancit's disease is not inflammation
of the epigastrinm, as was reported by all
the German papers and correspondents, but
consumption of the spinal chord. He can
live yet a good many years, but must no
longer indulge in long-continued mental
IT is believed in Betlin thatif B(smarck's
health should not improve very- soon, the
King of Prussia will accept hisrnresignation,
and appoint old General Moltke - 31intster of
Foreign Affairs. The old General, it is be
lieved, would be perfectly equal to the diffi
cult task. •
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likes of tie skin. -
PAAIAN'S "PAPELIAN SOAP"
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A new Perfume for the Handkerchief. Exquisite,
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PlikLON & SON, New York.
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This splendid Hair Dye lathe best In the world;
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, • ---e••••
PITTSBURGH. GAZETTE : NONDAY, JULY 13, 1868
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Are nolitinished and in operation. Sixty miles of
track have been laid this spring, and the:work along
the whole line between the, Atlantic and Pacific
States le being pushed forwincl more rapidly than
ever before. More than twenty thousand men are
employed, and It Is not inipossible Oust the entire
'track, from Omaha to Sacramento, will be finiahed
in 1869 instead Qt 1870. The means provided are
'ample, and all khat energy, men and money can do
to secure the completion of this
GREAT' NATIONAL WORK;
. At-the earliest possible day, will be done. •
The 'ONION PACIIrIC RAILROAD COMPANY
receive: ; .
GGVERNMENT GRANT of the right of way,
and all necessary timber and other materials
found along the line of Its operations.
11.—A: GOVERNMENT GRANT of 12,800 acres.
of land to the mile, laken in alternaie sections
on each side of its road, Thin is on absolute do
nation, and will be a source of large revenue in
_ the future. 6.
MI.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of United States
Thirty-year Bonds, amounting to from 116,000
to $48,000 per - mile, according to the difficul
ties to be surmounted on the various sections to
be built. The Government takes a second mort
gage xi' security. and it is expected that not only
the Interest. but the principal amount may be
mild in services rendered by the Company in
transporting troops, malls, he. , The interest is
now much more than paid in' this wa3', besides
' securing a great saving in time and money to the
IV.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the' right to
issue its own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, to
aid In building the road, to the same amount as
• the U. S. Bonds, issued for. the same purpose,
and no more.. The Government permits the
Trustees for the First Mortgage Bondholders to
deliver the Bonds to the Company only as the
road is completed, and after it has been examin
ed by United States Commissioners and pro.
• nounced to be in all respects a first-elass Rail;
road, laid with a heaVv IT rail, and completely
supplied with' depots, stations, turnouts, car
shops, locomotives, cars, &c.
CAPITAL STOCK SUBSCRIPTION from
, -the stockholders, of which OVER EIGHT MIL
. LHEI*I DOLLARS have been paid in upon the
work already done, and which will be Increased
as the wants of the Company require. -
VI.—NET CASH . EARNINGS an its Way Bodiless,
that already amount to MORE THAN THE IN
TEREST-on the First Mortgage. Bonds. These
earnings are no indication of the vast through
business that must follow the opening of the line
to the Fridge, but they certainly prove that
FIRST MORTGAGE - BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly three times
their amount, ARE BECURE • BEYOND ANY
The Company have abundant means In their
treasury, and make no appeal to the - Duhlieto pur
chase their Bonds, as the daily subscriptions are en
tirely sitlsfactory; but they submit that. fOr entire
security and liberal returns, there is certainly uo
better investment In the market.
The Union Pacific Bonds arefor 21,002 each, and
have coupons attached. They have thirty years to
run. and bear annual interest, payable on the drat
days of January .nd July, at .the Company's Office
in the City of New York. at the rate of six per cent.
in gold. The Principal is payablein gold at matu
rity. The price is 102. At the present rate of
gold, these bonds' pay an annual income on . their
NEARLY NINE PER CENT.
The Company reserve the right to advance the
price of their bonds to a rate above par at any time,
and will not fill any orders or receive any subscrin
tionsim which the money has not been actually paid
at the Company's, office before the time of such
Parties subscribing will remit the par value of the
buiads and the accrued Interest In currency at the
rate•of SIX per cent. per' annum, from the date on
which the last coupon was paid. Subscriptions will
be received in Pittsburgh by
JAMB T. BRADY & Co., comer of Wood
and Fourth Streets;.
HART, CAUGHET & Co., corner of Wood
and Third. Streets:
S. McCLEAN & CO., 75 Fourth Street: .
PII; R. MERTZ, corner tith and Wood Sts
ROBINSON Baos„ 78 Fourth street;
AND IN NEW YORK
_AA the Company's °Mee, No. 20 Nassau
Niimet, and by
JOHN J. CISCO Sr. SON, Bankers, No. 59
Wall Street, and by the Company's advertised
agents throughout the United States.
Remittances shoula be made In drafts or otlhr
funds par In New York, and the Bonds will' be sent
free of cbarge by return expresi. Parties sub
scribing throtigh local agents. will look to them for
their safe delivery.-
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOR 1868 , has just
been published by ;the Company, giving fuller ln
forniation than is'possible In an advertisement, re
specting the Progress of the Work, the Resources
of the Country tra versed the Road. the Means
for Construction , and the Value of the Bonds, which
will be scut free on application at the Company's
Maces, or to ani of the advertlied agents.
' JOHN J. CISCO, * asarer l
Iriry• NEW YORK
ELECTIC _SUMMER. CORDIIIi 9
An infallible remedy_f4r V om iting,
lothe:eenieggigirl. Vouuting, sour Stomach"and
1111. - 1111111S' CRIMP- CBE,
A specific for ,Cholera, Cramps and Pain In the
Stomach, for mile by
HARRIS & EWING, .
Corner of Liberty arid Wayne Streets,
• J. SOHOONILAMIA SON'S
PURE WHITE_ LEAD,
MFCOYIS VERDITER GREEN,
nt_p c ge . . g li4 n t a igrbe le ttg l lits i t t lo d n e g V i :if:l te gi t il
note perfect satisfaction , thad any paint In the
TO FARMER* -
THE HAY RAKE ,IVELCONE."
PATENTED 1865 AND 1867.
Is the best Rake made. It will rake heavier hay,
carry it farther, load and unload Itself easier than
any other rake. It Is self-operating; a child 8 years
old can do the work of a fall hand. Hundreds of
certificates couldim given , one of which Is below:
"GtitAllo - Erle HO Pa.,July 5, 1887 .
"I have used -the • Witccmts 'Hay Hake, manufac
tured by W. W. Wallace, Pittsburgh Pa., and rec
ommend It to farmers. It Is good In light and heavy
hay: Is ease on man and horse; Is a complete glean"
sr qf grata and etubbi.; Is simple In construction
and easily kept In order.
_ JOEIEI'II ARBUCKLE."
All orders directed to 319 Liberty sree, Pitts
burgh, Pa.. or at th. 3 works In Columbian a,,Ohlo,
promptly attended to. Bold Wholesale and retail by
• W,. W. WALLACE.
Send orders In early, as supply Is short.
BAKERY FOIL •SALE,
WITH OR WITHOUT THE PROPERTY;
Or would felt foi a Tana of Years. Swilllre at
itp2O4SITY x No. 40 rale Alto lit., Allegbcny
PMSBURGII , IIIPORTING, HOUSE.
- • ESTABLIMED 1830.
- SCHMIDT & FRIDAY !
IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
No. 409 Penn Street, Pittsburgh,
Would direct the atte non of the public to the fact
that, po sessing tune sor facilities through several
Aarge Wine and Lig or Houses in Europe, and
'making their impor Dons direct, they are enabled
to offer the various rades of choice WINES AND
LIO,UORS at prices ess then Eastern rates. Ex
aminations of qualliles and comparison of prices
A. choice assortin nt of puie OLD EYE WHIB
KEY constantly on hand. •
CLARET,. WHITE AND SPARKLING.
Chateau La Rotc, •
fit. Sauternes;Chateau tato
Chateau Sauterne. I Chateau YIP;
Mosel. Muscatel, I Scharzburg,
Hochheiruer's superior quality.
Moet & Chandon, Chambertine,
Chambils, —and other brands.
Also, a large assortment of BRANDIES, WHIS
KIES and WINES, of all descriptions, constantly
on band, at
(LATE MILLER & RICKETSCM)
221 and 228 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh.
JOSEPH Si. FINCH & CO.,
Nos. MO, 187,1894 19/, 193 and /1 1 6,
; • - . FIRST STREET, PITTSBURGH,
Copper Distilled Pore Rye Whiskey.
Also, dealeri In FOREIGN WINES and LIQUORH,
HOPS, 4t0., mh2B. n 53
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
iTHE TRAVELING COMMUNITY. ,
J. B. DARIUS! SAFETY FIRE JACKET,
Car Heater and. Moderator,
For SMOKE AND HUT AIR FLUES, dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Fires In or about the
Passenger or Baggageears, with the attachment to
graduate the-heat to any temperature That may be
desired without Ja ck et plbility at t ached g the car or
cars to which themay be .
Having obtained of the. United States Letters Pat
ent for a Safety Jacket which is warranted to resist
the most intense heat that may be adplied to it in
the position and purpose for which it is Intended.
It Is a sure protection from accidents by fire. ^origi
nating from defective tines, or where Iron pipes are
need as conductors for smoke or beat. It is appli
plicable to all piping that may become overheated,
and Is warranted to give perfect satisfaction where
wood or other cembustible material may be placed
In close proximity thereto. I am now ready to ap
ply my invention to stores, dwellinirs,
ship., steambte.ts, railroad ears, wherever
pipes as conductors are made dangerous by being
overheated and security desised. I will sell, on ap-
Ilicatlon. rights' to manufacture or to use the above
nvention: also territorial rights, to such as may
wish to engage in seining priveges, either by State
ifirilitllce at the "NE PL U S ULTRA PAINT
WORKS,' , corner of 31orrlii street and the Alleghe
ny Valley Railroad, Ninth Ward, YlVtaburgh, l'a.
Nos. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin Streets,
150 pkgs. of NILW MACKEREL, In barrels,
halves. quarters and k'ts.
100 chests rholce YOUNG HYSON,I JAPAN
and IMPERIAL TEAS.
50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE. •
25 bbls. choice CAROLINA RICE.
' . 75 We. LONG-ISLAND SYRUP.
. ' 50 bbls. SI RUP.rebolce brands.
100 Was. N. 0. MOLArSES.
50 bbls. BERMUDA, MOLASSES. - •
200 Was. REFINED SUGAR.
75 talcs. PORTO RICO, CUBA and DEMA.-
' RARA SUGARS.
200 bags RIO COFFEE.
50 bags 4AVA and bAGUA
100 cases IMPORTED CLAR ET.A
250 rases MOET R CHARDON'S CHAM
. _ •PAG NE WINES.
SCOTCH ALE and LONDON POKTER con
stantly qn hand. .
HOLBES, BELL & CO.,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
ManntaatuP ars of HEAVY, MEDIUM and LIG
SHEETINGS AND BATTING.
WILL. S. TAYLOR,
Igo, 43 OHIO, STREET. Alleg heny.
Thankful for the former very liberal patronage be.
stowed upo_ n Me, I assure my friends and the public
generally that,:in the 'mare as in the past, I shall
endeavor diligently to merit a continuance of the
same, and will be always at the shop from 7 to 9
A. M. and from 1 to 3 P. ar. my2l:ql4'
• MEGUANIOAL • ENGINEER,
(Late Of P. F. W. & 0. Railway.)
Office, No. TO FEDERAL STREET Room No. 2,
iltitifiNcea ß oPal s l ° Je j utkVl E H l E,.... l cFp it nClT A ..Y .
BLAST FORNAOEanitROLL.IN n er an e w. Pail-W
-INGS furnished. Partidular attention paid to de
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents con
tidentitgly solicited. Sir An EVENING DRAW !
ING CLASS Mar mechanics every WEDNESDAY
NIGHT. • autmati
T o TRAVELLERS.
A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Warranted °onotoe Turkey NorocOo.
For olio by - C. YEAGER.
Jyti:sso - No. 110 Marker. street
NOTICE - Pal 'CONTRACTORS'
Proposals will be received until JULY lora,
. Irwin Staiion JSohOOL ke4e.
Plans and specifications can be seen oni apPlica-
STEPHEN RIDINGER. Jr:
June 22. 11368. • jeSo:sls.
SIOHN PECK, Ornamental Hair
HAIR WORKER AND PERFUMER. No. 133 .
bird street. near Smithfield. Pittsburgb.
Alwaya on hand, s..eneral assortment of Ladies'
WIGS, BANDS, CiMtar tiauMemetes WIGS, TO7
PEES SCALPS, (WARD UHAINS, BRACELETS,
e. t A good price in cash will be given for
Ladies • , and; Hitteßementli Hair - Vetting done_ k
the neatest manner.. . , mbemr
'~BE CIDER `INEGAIIO- 7 10
L bbla. extra quality Cider Vinegar, tor Welling
- and table use, Jim received and ter side. 'thou sale
and retail, by - RENSHAW,
J 7 J I - corny/LlN:ay and Lialdillreeti,:
WINES;_ 'LIQUORS; &C
(Late Miller k Ricketson,
Offer to the trade at Low Figures
ANCHOR AND lILIONOLIA
Fire Insurance Cmpany,
Office, No. 42 „Fifth
OVER RELITILMAIT, METRICN s SiEDLE'S
Robert C. Schmertz,
Wm. I".. Lang,
Wm. Carr,Peter Hell, •
ROBERT- C. SCHNERTE,PresIt.
MOROANSTERN, Vice Pi7es!t.
CHAS. METRAIi, Treasurer
C. F. HERROSEE: Secretary
The above Company Is now folly organized, and
.repared to take FIRE RICIKS. RI careful atten
on to business, prudence and fair dealing, this
ompany will endeavor to merit a liberal share of
he patronage the,community. Jeibrti
OF ALLEGHERIi, PA.
P I II co in Franklin 9a4lngs Bank Buildings,
No. 43 Ohio St., AllegikenV•
kA HOME 'COMPANY, managed by Directors well
nown to the community, who trust by fair dealing
to merit a share of your patronage. i' •
GEO. D. RIDDLE
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob - intim., GottleibFaaa,
Simon Drum, J. B. Smith, Jacob Rush
. H. Stewart, Ch. P. Whiston, Joseph Craig,
oe. Lantner, H. J. Zlnkand, Jeremiah Kdhen.
ATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
OP THE OITY OP mammy.
Office. In ALLEGHENY THUST COMPANY'S
FIRE INSURANCE ONLY.
W. W. M.ABTIN, - Presldent,
JAB. E. Secretary.l
A.ll. English, o.ll.P.WHllams Jno. Thompson,
Jno. A. Myler, Jas, Lockhart, Jos. Myers,
Jas. L. Graham, Robt, Lea, C. C. Boyle,
Jpo. Brown, Jr. Geo. Gerst, Jacob Kopp.
. vt "%TERN IMMTitANCE COM.
P NY OF PITTSBURGH. .
LE . ANDER NI3IICK, President,
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Office, 2 Water street A. , tlpang Co.'s Ware.
house, u stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will in_ure against all. kinds of Fire and Marine
Risks. A home Institution, managed' by Directors
who are well known to the community and who are
determined by promptness and libera lity to main.
talc the character which they have assumed, allot.
tering the best protection to those who desire to be
A4exandei Nllniek, Joan R. McCune,
R. Miller, Jr., - Chas. J. Clarke,.
James McAuley, William B. Evans,
Alexander Speer, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Acklen, Phillip_Reymer,
David M. Long,. Wm. Morrison,
, D. Damien. na27
INSONANCE COMPANY OF PIMSBURGH
OFFICE, No. 1167)4 WOOD STREET, BANK OF
This is a Home Company, and insures against loss
by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK:, Treasurer.
1:111G11 hIeELHENI, Secretary:
Geo. W. Evans,
J. C. Lappe,
J. C. 'Planer,
John Voegtley, 4
H. Jas. H. Hopllce,
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA. '
OFFICE, .Z 33 It 4,37 CHESTNUT ST., NEW?. 5711.
Charles iP. Bancker, 31ordecal H. I..ottia,
Tobias Wagner, • David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, lss.ac Lea,
Jacob R. Smith, Edward O. Dale, .
Feorge W. Richards, George Pales.
OFIAP.LES G. BAN BIER, Prestdent.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
• W. C. STEELE. Secretary,pre tem.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, AGENT )
North West corner
.Third and Wood Streets.
A LLEGMENY INSURANCE COM
.L-A. PANT OF PITTSBURGH.-
OFFICE, No. 37 EIFTH STREET, EAlva BLoCB
Insures against all kinds of Flre and Marine Risks,
JOHN IRWIN, Jr:., President.
JOHN D. MCCORD, Vice President.
C. G. DONNELL, Secretary.
CAPT. WM. DEAN, General Agent.
Crpt. Wm. Dean,
B. L. Fahnesteck,
Robert A. Daxis,
Capt. J. T. Stockdale.
John Irwin, Jr.,
John D. MaOord,
C. O. Hussey,
T. J. Hoskinsan,
P EOPLES nvstrusivcE COM-
OFFICE, N. E. CORNER WOOD & ArIFTH
A Rome Cipapan7, taking Fire - and Marine Maks
John E. Parks.
Capt. James Millet',
James D. Verner
W3I. PHILLIPS.. Pi
JOHN WATT. vice
W. F. GARDNER.
CAPT. JAS. GOR.I)
PIANOS. ORGANS; &c.
UY THE BEST ANI, , CHEAP ELM PIANO AND ORGAN. '
Sehomaeker'iGold. Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE; ORGAN,
The SCHOMACICER 'PIANO combines all the
latest valnabie improvements known in. the con ,
struction of a first class instrument, and has always
been awarded. the highest premium wherever ex
hibited, Its tone is fill', s wrens and sweet. The
work.manship, for durabil and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from gs o $l5O, (according to
style and Anisho cheaper an all other so-called
first class Plano. "
the h ea d
Stands at the head of ell reed- instruments, Ln_prh
diming the most perfect pipe quality of tone oust',
similar instrument in the United States. It is sinv•
pie and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT **VOX HUMANA'
TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Organ.
Price from 61Q9 to $ 5 50. All guaranteed for 'lye
y e w BARR, ELLIE & BIINTLER,
mag No. 1,9 ST. CLAIR STREET:
MELODEONS AND ORGANS.
Ta perfect order, from $33 . to $l3O.
42 Fifth et., ad door abbve Wood.
BILITJANITN SINGIBLY 'ULM OLMB.
SINGERLY & CLEIS , Successors
to GEO. F. sonoonmem & co..
The only Steam Lithographic Establishinent West
of the Mountains. •Business Cards, Letter Heads,
Bonds, Labels , . Circulars, Show Cards, -Diplomas.
Portraits, Views ' , Certillentes of Deposit., invita
tion Cards, Nos ., TS and IA Third street.
pittsbatith., • , •
. CARPENTER AND BUILDEft,
IPo: iii PENiisx L,VANIA. AVE NIDA opposites
High, street. Pittsburgh, Phi Healdencil, No, 143
Jobbing done twith -uestness had dlspaie h. Au
°Men promptly intruded to, •sht,iiiSsciOANß. ,
• ' IIPCIKW,
Stir Seoond Floor,
Joseph Abel. '
C. J. Schultz,
• - DIRECTORS: 1
ID. L. Patterson,' Repi
t. &drain Rhonda,
Samuel P. Shriver; •
Jared 111,,B ng rush,,
Wm. F. Laoun,
W. general Agent.
STM CIUCIOR BAKERY, #
317 Libertyl Street
Our Crackers are baked alien the OVEN' BOT
TOM, and -are superior to any baked by hot° air or
ally other prodess.
, 'i. W TRY
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ARE SUPERIOR TO :- An =mils
OFFERED IN TBAS CITY. _ •
* 3IIIE, BOSTON, SODA,. i CREAM, rag?4:cl3.
suitif fi tllarDA CtiA.ll.'.
For Sale by Every G' our in - the City.
, Bakery No. 91. Liberty St.l
We have admitted DItWOBTH as a
partner with us irr the wholeshie Grcieery Business,
on the let Inst.
J. S. DILWORTH & CO.,
130 and 132 SECOIstD ST., Pittsburgh.
•JULT 6TH, 1868.- jyB:s77.
OtPARTNERSH ' ,--THE UN.•
ERSIGNED have tidal day associated them
selves together under the tlrtni name of - .
PICHERSGICII L* ONS &
For the purpose of carrying the WHOLE.SALS
i l .
LOOKING GLASS BUSINE at No 0 Wood tit..
WM. PIO ERSGILL,' Jr.,
JAMES ON_,S _
H. W. SA KETT,
Ist, 1888. E jy10:897
WIF NEPSHIP.—Tbe Partri rship heretofore'ex
-11 ting under the style of
SAMUEL HASTI GS & CO.,
1 Is this nay dissolved by mutdal consent, DAVID
EWING withdrawing from thd firm. The business
willibe carried on as usual, niter the old name of
S. HASTINGS CO., Carpe, tors and Builders,
corner of West street and Nortii Avenue. The busl
nessi of the old firm wilt be settled by the under
signed. • ' SAIIOEL HASTINGS,
." Allegheny, July 6th, 1868. jy8:891
!The undersigned has asiCciated with him in
business, dating from April Ist, 1968 Mr. AL
FRED S. WALL. his eon ASA S. G ILL ISPLE and
LOME' ENGLERT. The style , of the firm to be J.
J. lIILLESPLE & CO. id. J. GILLE,SPIE.
Referring to the above. .the undersigned ate
pleasure in stating that they Will continue the
LOOKING GLANS AND PICTURE BUSINESS
At fifi Wood street, where theintend to offer in
ducements to purchasers seco to no house in the
J. J. GI:=SPIE & CO.
DISTRICT covnir OF THE
UNITED &CATES. tor the Western Markt
or Pennsylvania. INBANEntrrreT.
Western District of Penney/0041a, a,
A Warrant in Bankruptcy hak
_been Issued by said
Court against the Estate of JAMES D. DitAVO, of
.the county of Allegheny. and !State of Pennsylva—
nia. in said District, adjudged a bankrupt upon
petition of his creditors, and lthe payment of any
debts and the delivery of any; property belonging
to ssid bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law. A meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt,
to prove their debts and cho O se one or more as
signees or his estate, will beLheld at a Court of
Itankruntcy, to be holden at Pittsburgh, in said
District. on the 6th day of Au' st, A. D. 1868, at.
10 o'clock A. IL._ at the onlc f SAMUEL HA R
pER, Esq,,_tio. 93 Diamond cot, one of the Re
gister's in Bankruptcy of said . Hstrint.
.. . THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
H. S. Marshal for said District.
WESTERN DISTRICT of PENN
At,Pittsburgh,, the 22d day or_ June. A. D. 1868.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of, , his ap
pointment, as Assignee of JOSEPH Fiume,
of Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, within said district; who has
been adjudged a bankrupt upo&his own petition by
the District Court of said distrilet.__.
TOHN A. BATLEY Assignee,
.=:r94att Attorney -at-lave, 89 Grant street
TN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS OF-41.1.EOl3ENTu COUNTY, Pa. At
No. June Term, 1363. In the matter of the ap
plication for sa ;Charter of. Ificorporation of the
"German Catholic St. Franclscits Beneficial Society
(Hospital) of Pittsburgh."
Aud now to wit, ]fay 23,1889, the petition of the
donors of said Hospital, the Articles of Association
and instrument of writing, &cl, under which they
:propose to be 'incorporated, being presented to the
Court, and the objects, articles iind conditions there-
In set forth apriearing to be lawital, &c., on motion
of JOHNHARTON, Attorney for the Petitioners.
it Is ordered that said instrument of writing be filed
in the office of the Prothonotary', of said Court, and
that matice of said application, be inserted in the
Pittsburgh Gazette for at least three weeks, setting
forth that said application has been 'made ,to said
Court to grant said Charter , and tliat the same wilt
be granted at the next term o 4 said. Court, unless.
exception's are filed in proper Woe.
CertilledTrom the Record.
myromONat JACOB H. WALTER, Proth'y.
havtag been granted me an the ESTATE OP
I PANGIHEYER, deceased, all persona hav
ing elpitus against her estate vtill pre-bent them to
me, drily authenticated, and alt persona owing said
estate will make payment to one or my attorney,
JOHN W. TAYLOR, No. 73 Grant street.
July R1d,,1888. 1711:841
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLERY.
100 WOOD fiT'
CHINA, GLASS AND
' SELVEII , PLATED WARE,
A PARIAN STAT or.TTF,s,
And ate: rAr . 1, 9 14,... FANCY
100 WOOD STDEET.
RICHARD "E. BRED & CO,
100 WOOD STREET.
DYER AND SCpURER,
H. .1. ;LANCE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
No. 8 s.r. GLAIR! switEmx•
And Nos. 185 and 137 pot S!reett
14 '*B inirratitELD imucir, :0401311;1g, pa,
r istaintian iand, a full iusarpOstiplllB,,
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