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iFor tht Pittsl;titgli Gazettc.l
THE AGED STRANGEI,
A r y INCIDENT Or TOE WAR.
"I was with Grant." the strangerAusidr-
Said the fanner "say no more.i -
• Bat rest thee here at my cottage porch,
For thy feet are weary and sore. 7 ,
"I was with Grant,i , the stranger,said;
Bald the fanner: "Nay, no More,
; I prithee sit at my frugal board
And eat of my humble store.
"How fares my boy—my soldier boy,
‘---• Of lite old Rinfli Army Corps,
I warrant: he bore him galtantly
• • In the smoke and battle's roar." •
"I know him not," said the aged man,
•• And as I remarked before.,
was swittitGralst"—"ls ay, nay, I .
• 'Bald the farmer, "say no more." •
"Be fell in.battle, I see, alas!
Thou 'dst smooth these tidings o'er—
Nay, speak the truth, What e'er It be,
Though it rends my bosom , s t ieere.
• 'How fell he? with hie face to the foe , •
Upholding the disc he bore? •
0, say not that•my boy disgraced
The uniform he wore." •
. annot tell," said the aged man,
And should hare remarked before,
That I was with Grant in Illinois
Some three years before the war 'o'
Then the fanner make never a wtrd, ,
But beat With his list fail, sore
That aged man who bad worked for Grant,
Some three years before the war.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE.
EDITORS GAZRTTE:—Perhaps yhui pru
dent cotempararies have forgiven you for
permitting me to use your,columns in mak
ing "a most infamous attack upon " one of ,
the. most prominent leaders of our own
party," and maybe they will pardon you
again, if you give place to a word of apolo
gy for him who has fallen'from the high es
tate of one of the world's benefactors, to
that. of a .disappointed Democratic politi :
-0110. We shOuld not forget that while
going down lie clung to the too( of the old
libcrty tree, a long time,"• - while trying the
dead weight of a Democratic 'platform up
to that level, and theie anchor it; and that,
'when his grasp gave way, under theweight
- which was dragging him down, he caught
at something which looked like the support
he_ had lost. "Let him who thinketh he
standeth take heed lest he fall!" If there is
say man who neverdid, could, would or may
yield his 'better judgment to the coaxing of
the bright-eyed darling, that from pulling
his whiskers,while he would call her atten
' 'lion to the baby, in the mirror—from riding on
its shoulder, and using his hair for a bridle:-
-*ad going all the way to "Bambury Cross"
en his foot, has gradually come to stand by'
jiisc,tiair, with •her arms around his neck,
or hapg on his arm as she unrolls ber peti
twit let him get a whole basket full of stones
and throw, them at Mr. Chase. Of, the hun
dileds of thousands who risk bankruptcy to
• gratify wives and dauehters in their rival
ties of dress, furniture 'and equipage, 'not
aim has a rignt to hurl a missile. Of those
: .philosophers and casuists who argue that
. woman should notvote because it' is their
piivilege to influence fathers, husbands and
brothers, not one should cast a reproach on
- the old man who has yielded to that power
which they ha' e endorsed as perfectly legit
imate. If it is right for women to influence
their male relatives, in political matters, it
must be right for men to be so influenced. If
,women are "the power behind the throne,"
:ally waste indignation on the poor throne
for being trundled 'over a precipice, when
'the motor pushes it over the edge?
Of course, I reject the doctrinb that one
may rightfully influence the action of .an
other in any matter in which it would be
wrong : for him or her to act in person,
and condemn all political power which,is
mot entitled to recognition and subject to
regulation by fundamental law. But those
who assign to ;;;F?sman the right of governing
:her governors by wheedling, as a substitute,
for the right of self-government, should be
- lenient in their judgment of him who has
yielded to'one who has wielded this undefined
and dangerous power. That Irate Chase, with
her ambitiouS talents, was cfangerons, on
the wrong side, is a fact that , has long been
known to a good many people. That. she
played a conspicuous part in defeating im-,
peachment there can be little doubt. That
_violet suit, gloves and all, in, which she sat
in the Senate gallcry,.during the trial; and
threw - Jenkins- into' ecstaeles, would, of
itself, have settled poor, old grandfather ,
ressenden's vote. She, or any other be
witching woman, could. twist him around
her fairy fingers as easily as. her kid glove.
The,Democratic Convention was a little too
tough for her tactics; but- is it wonderful,
that she moved, her doting, old father to
stake all in his effort to win her the bauble
the courted, the place of "First Lady?'
r " Mr. Chase never was a self-saprificing
;mss; His early devotion to the anti-slavery
'cause" cost hiin nothing. On the contrary
he -was one Of , the few who, from the first,
found it a 1301176Cr0f honor and profit: Our
own old Dr. Mitchell of Indiana county;
could pay eight thousand dollars' for' the
half Of a sheep •Which he gave to "Jerry,"
btit, Mr. Chase was not one of the old Abolil,
tiohists who fed the hungry at the - cost of
his own dinner. The positions aSsigned
him by his co-laborers in the anti-slavery
&idled WM to set an. undue estimate upon
himself, and his family to exaggerate' the
sialne of hia services. He and 'they felt that
, wr s the- chief representatiVe.man of 'his
Party, and confidently expected.his recool
- as such, by his ele.vatiord to the Presi
dency. He and they, as well as Mr. Elew
ard,felt that his:claims had been unjustly set
aside by the nomination of Mi. Lincoln in
'6O, and his ambition has been so oonatantly
'spurred by the first lady mania of his &ug
ler, the only child' of his first 'and favorite
wife, that it is not strange his better judg
went yielded to her importunities- Her
constant rudeness to Mrs. Lincoln, and con
test for the place of honiir,'pfOved that her
disappointment . was more keen than his;
and the same fiery zeal which made her con
'Jost the 'elections until.the day of Mr. Lin
celti's 'death, would surely lead her to adopt
story art of winch she was capable to in
duce her father to,Jilaiie her in the position
she se Much coveted. Mr. Chase bits !leen,
and is, weak wither l than wielied, so far
from turning his back' forev4' on the prin—
ciples which he has professed during life. I
venture to predict that he Will be found true
totliem in the be bad been 1101±11.-
- mated by. the 'New Ybilt Convention, and
could be elected, he, would, have laberedito
bring the party np.' He could never bean
apostate of the Johnsod stamp. • I:fe loves
Liberty:--though incapable of, making great
sacrifices for her. ' He leveii'' his2cotintry,
and may yet do her good service. He never
oso great a man as manY`believed,lind
he , l9' not, and never will be, 'so had a malt
sittfillons think him td-diiy: • •
Jelin Q, Bwirsaskaad. 1
"Tins Japanese basPe idiscovered that a few
seconds previous to an eartkquake,tlieLllag*:
net temporkiitylosei Its power,' Theyhave
ingeniously constrneted alight' frame supr
porting a horse- shoe magnet, beneath whiek
is a cup of belt - metal; to' the, armature last-.
tacked a weight, so that upon 'the magnet
beeoming paralyzed 'the weight drops, and,
striking the cup, gives ; the',alarm„ Every
, ono., in the louse thenieeksthe "ppen air for
safigy. ' ' • , •
The Lehigh Freshet.
[From the Allentown News; of Monday.)
The rain which tell during Friday night,
,aaused . a tremenilous rise in the streams
- throughout the Lebighl Valley. ',Between
the hours of two and three o'clock on Sat
urday morning the rise commenced, and in
less time than it takes ,to pen this item,
boats , and rafts were broken from their
moorings, sheds and debris of all kinds
came floating.down the river: The water
in the Lehigh river rose some seven or eight
feet; the meadows along the Jordan creek
were covered- with water several;" feet in
depth; back water from these streams eaused
the water in the Little Lehigh river to flood
the banks of'that stream as far up as the
As fir as we have been able to ascertain,
but one man, whose' name has not been
learned, was drowned in the river at this
place. At Mauch Chunk and Easton, we
learn, several lives were lost.
The new foot bridge, leading from the,'
iron works along the river to the Clader sub
division, was totally swept away, not a
The bridge leading to Jeter's Island, as
well'as a portio,n of the read leading to the
East Pennsylvania' Railroad depot, went
down the stream.
The bridges and culverts - along the Le
high 'Valley Railroad were more. or less
damaged. That - at Slatitigton, as Well as
the country bridge at that place, were swept
away. The railroad company expect to have
a new bridge built on the site of the old one
to-day. `The road is badly washed at the
The Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad
bridges at Parryville and Lehigh Gap, also
one below, and the - aqueduct at the Gap,
have been carried away. Trains coming
from Scranton met with no difficulty in
reaehing Mauch. Chun kton Saturday morn=
ing, but alter leaving thellatter place were
delayed. some four or five hours.
Trout Creek i 3 reported. to have risen
higher upon its banks than was ever before,
known all the slate quarries along the
creek have been filled - with water, and not.
a single bridge is to be seen along its route.
• Every bridge en the upper Jordan, is
swept away. The fences on the.lowlinds
were carried ofkand spread broadcast over
the fields, doing mach damage to the crops
in the,ground. At several places the corn is
spread flat throughout immense fields. It is
said that serious damage has been done to
At Easton we leant that some fourteen
boats were destroyed.
The destruction of property at Mauch
Chunk, and froin that place along the river'
to Easton. has been immense -beyond de
iteription.+Allentottn Netta, July 27.
nurses in Battle
The ezent to which a charger can 'appre
hend the perils of a battle field may be easi
ly underrated by one who confines his ob
servittibn to horses still carrying:their riders;
for, as-long as a troop horse le action fedi
the Weight and hand of a master, his deep
trust in man keeps him seemingly free from
terror, and he goes through the fight, un-,
less wounded. as though it were a field day
at home; but the moment that death or a dis
abling wound deprives him of his rider, he
seems all at once to learn what .a battle is—
tolperceive its real dangers with the clear
ness of a human being, and to be agonized
with horror of the fate he may incur for
want of a hand to guide him. -
Careless of the mere thiniders Of guns,
he sh 3WS plainly enough that he more or less
knows the dread accent that is used by inia
sties of war whilst cutting their way through
the air, for as often as these sounds disclose
to him the near passage of bullet or round
shot, he shrinks and cringes. His eyeballs
protrude., „Wild with fright, he still does
not most Commonly gallop home into camp. r
His instinct seems rather to tell him that
whit safety, if any, there is for him must
be found in the ranks; and he rushes at the
first squadron he can find, urging piteously,
yet with violence that he too by right is a
troop horse,thaehe too is willing to charge,
but not to be left behind—that he must and
will "falljn." . Sometimes a.riderless char
ger, thus bent on aligning with his fellows,
will, not be eontent to range himself on the
flank of the line, but dart at some point in
the squadron which ho seemingly judges to
be, his own rightful Place, and strive to
Torce himself in.
Riding, as it is usual for the commander
of aregiment to do, some way in advance of
his regiment, Lord George Paget was es
pecially tormented and pressed by the rider
leis horses which chose to _turn round and
align with him. At one !me there were
three or four of,these horsee advancing close
abreast of him on one side , " and as many as
'five on the other. Impelled by iterror, by
gregarious instinct, and by their habit of
ranging in line, they"closed" hi upon Lord
George so as to besmear his overalls with
blood from the-gory' flanks bf the nearest in
truders, and oblige him to use his'sword.--
Kinglake's Invasion of the Cririzea, Vol. IV.
This remarkable substance, discovered by
Schcenbein in 1840, haa lately been the sub
ject of numerous 'researches. • Gailguani,
says:. "Oar readers know that when air or
oxygen Is traversed by frequent electric
sparks, it acquires a certain smell similar to
that which is sometimes observed after a
or even a strong flash of lightning.
It was generally admittell by'our forefathers
that when the Evil One did mortals the
honor of paying them a visit, his exit was
always marked 'by a smell of brimstone,
that being very like the odor we are alluding
to; and moat appropriately attributed to the
enemy of mankind, who was known to be
a great amateur of the electric fluid.
Ozone is not soluble in water to any de
gree worth taking into account; a heat of
from two hundred and fifty to three hundred
degrees centigrade will decompose it; but it
should be remarked that it has never yet
been obtained in. a state-of purity, it being
generally -mixed wiih an enormous quantity,
of air and,oxygen. But even in , that state
it evinces much' greater power than the lat
ter; It will, Or instance, transform silver
moistened with, water into black peroxide
of, that metal without the aid.of heat, it is
rapidly absorbed by iodine and mercury,
each in a dry , state, and' it, will transform
nitrogen into nitric acid by the action of
potash or slaked 'line. Its property of turn-
Lig starch blue when impregnated with
iodide of potassiumhas been , long used' ass
teat of its *presence; but it is 'a very
imperfect one, since other substances
Produce a similar •• effect. 'lt exer—
cities a .powerftd action upon organic
substances, and it is this which has tecently
called it Into notice again. It has been
shown by Dr. Scharr, of Berne, that ozone,
l as well as ;substances impregnated 'with it,
will kill, animalcuite with certainty and
sapidity; ; and, as .recent; researches men! jto
place it beyond a doubt that most epidemics,
.and cholera among the number, are owing'
fo micrezoarla , great hopes are entertained,
of its being possible to use oziine.,l,n,hatir:
,pitals aka disinfectant; and, perhaps, to ex:
tend its use still further. As might have
been foreseen, boweVer, from Its being a
modification of oiygen; it exercises an irri
tating action on the' respiratory, organs 7 a „
drawback whieh'must necessarily reduce its
application to sanitary purposes within !tar;
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : TEURSDA*, JULY 30,1868.
viwsOITT P.Ang .
NO CEIGE MADE WHEN ARTIFICIAL
TD AAR ORDERED:
FULL BET you ss,
• AT. DR. SCOTT'S.
Ale ilß;rsr BTBZET, RD DOOR ABOVE HIND
ALL WORE WARRANTE, CALL AND EX
AMINE .BFECIMENB OF OENDINE VULCAN
C h ekiaaellers,
FOR GAS AND OIL.
Just received, the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
WELDON et. KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, cog. VIEGMALLEY.
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &C.
ELYIPRA I ,
i'LASTEE. CHIMNEY TOPS.
HENRY H. 001.1.11N9i
25 Wood street.
fIYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAY
Cheapest and best Pipe In the market. A150, , 110
BENDA.I.E , HYDRAULIC CEMENT for side.
. . R. B. & C,jA. BIZOCKE7 & CO.
Office and Manufac i tory-240 REBECCA ST.
Allegheny.. . 'Orders by mall promptly attende .
TRIMMINGS AND _NOTIONS.
N E W & SEASONABLE GOODS.
PINK. WHITE AND BLUE' MOSQUITO BAR:
LADIES' . AND GENT'S SUMMER UNDER
WEAR; PALM FANS, LINEN FANS, SILK
FANS; HEAD NETS: LINEN BAND
,ERRCHIEFS, ,LACE HANDRER
CUTS, EMBROIDREED HAND•
- RERCHMES r, COTTON HO
SIERY; LADIES'. GENT'S
AND CHILDREN'S ME-
RIND HOSE. SILK .
A ep endiQ a9sortmEnt, for Ladles and Mirres. i
BULLION FRINGES, SEWING SILK FRINGES.
Also, a full Ilne of
, BULLION, to Match.
We hare now a full line of the new
DROP SHIRTS ON HAND.
JOCKEY COLLAR, DICKENS COLLAR,
woulii espeelallr Invite the attention of Job
bers to our Wholesale Department, as we sell our
gouda at to eastern market. prices.
BIELCRUM, GLYDE dr. CO.,
IS! and SOMarket Street.
AT JOSEPH HOJELNE & CO.'s,
DAILY ARRIVAL OP
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND FLOUNCINGS;
HAMBURG INSERTINGS; ;
SWISS ELPIINGB AND INSERTINGS:
LACE CAPES, COIFFEURS AND PARASOL
LINENI COLLARS AND CUFFS.
.1.1051E.1113t. : I
SUPER STOUT AND SUPER FINE COTT N
AND MEItINti 1-9 - HOSE;
LADIES' AND MISSES` HOSE, in Lace, Lisle,
Silk and Cotton, of best ;English and Ger
DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at wellow ; rates,_,—
ALEXANDRE'S DUCHESS ID - GLOVES,
new line lust received. i
A "MI assyrtment of BULLION AND S
BEAD FRINGES AND TRIMMINGS;
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SATINS;
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
At greatly 'reduced rates.
New style HATS—Lad' me. '
CRAPES MALINES. DO T TEDETTS;
• MALLLNERY LACES,
I BONNET SILES,BRAMES,_
SIPIDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS,
Wholesale and itetail;
TT and 18 Market Street.'
MLMUM & I CARLISLE'S,
N0.'19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
OE AND AFTER IDLY IST.
,HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles 1 0 for
LINEN HANDICERCITIETS, 3 for.
KID OtOVES, (warrant'ed,) 1.00
ZOO Yds. SPOOL COTTON, 'faciody.....
POCKET BOOKJ3, worth 50c.;
MEN'S MINH . = UNDERSHIRTS
MEWS JEAN DRAWERS
All kinds Bonnets and Hats et Hill Cost
Special Bates to'Nefthanis & Dea ler..
L. B. TAYLOR I
,g 0.46.011110 STREET, Allegheny.
Thinkfal tor the former very liberal patronage be.
'stowed upon me, I assure my !Wendt and the public
generally that, in lite future as In the past, I shall
endeavor diligently to merit a continuance -of the
same, and will .be always at ths shop from 7 to ir
a. 36.suAtram1;01.3.1%*, air2l:4lll
87S MARKET STREET. 87
IN PRICE S ,!
TO cLos - E, wrocs. OF
DRESS 13 - 01:333 . 5.
87 MARKET STREET.
THEODORE P. PHILLIPS.
je.lo: 87.. .7dAIIKET 5T8EET....87,
115 WOOD ST. fs•
ARBUTHNOT SHANNON &CO
No. 11.5 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pao,
DRY GOODS ANT) NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PItICES.
168. —46B '
HOSIERY: and GLOVE.,
or No. 168 Wylie Stnit.".ja
rtilait, ItIcCANDLESS & COy
(Late Wilson. :Carr C 0.,)
Foiaign and Disnestie Dry Goods,
ilpor abovapitanond . 2 % 2 , •
. • ; , • . PITTSBURGH, PA.
• .a 'ILI 1
Uentietionery and Bakery,
Zip • 4
- 00 miTALFEICLD ST/WIZ , r
• „, • Betwam Bevegth and libertr.
`LAD /Nit olfEiritt 9ALOO P atesitid. "
19 FIFTH STBErf.
GEO. , III4IIILELEIN,
Pilot ado, ii(ox 6710tioier,
TOUICOE/DOILESTIO . 72171211 . & Mlle;
No !b ,'eornei leederal and Robb:won
.4•4111.% ,A 116"
tbent. , Otnistantly on band, lON ousAm,cit
AT WM. sEmpLF,I4
Wig, be found a Large Stock of
PILLOW CARE 24116E1E.
SHIII . TI2 , IbHECK,
TWICTO, PRINTS, ,
DEL - AtNES. ALPACCAB,
COTTON TABLE DIAPER,
LINEN TABLE DIAPER,
MOSEY COMB QIJILTS,
- BALMORAL AND HOOP SHIRTS,
WRITE AND COLORED CORSETB,
GENT'S WHITE SHIRTS,
BATS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, &c.,
AT. EXTREMELY LOW PRIOES,
Wholesale and Betal4
AT WM. SEMPLE'S,
180 & 182 - Federal St., Allegheny.
LINEN FOR PANTS.
J. Z. BURCHFIELD &
N0.=52 St. Clair St.,
HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF,
WHITE LINEN DRILLS, for Pants.
COL'D & STRIPED '/
STRIPED AND FIGURED SDIRT LINENS
°ell all new and CHEAPEST IN THE CITY.
No: 52 St. Clair. Street.
•7T RED, WHITE AND 'BLUE F.EO2iT•
WHOLERALL I 'DELLERI iN
, 4 4 1 p ;,-t
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION..
Noeice is hereby given that the firm of
STRICKLER ft MORLEDGE was dissolvedhy mu
tual consent on Die Ist dsy of July.' A. D. 18613.
All debts.due to said firm will be 'Paid to CHARLES
H. MORLEDGE, by whom all debts due by the firm
will be paid, and he le authorized to sign the firm
name in liquidation. J. E.
C. H. MORLEDGE.
Having sold out my Interest in. the above estab
ilsbrrient,4 cheerfully reeommendMr. MORLEDGE
to all my. friends as an honest, upright business
man, and hope that they will continue' their kind
favors and patronage heretofore bestowed.
J. E. STRICKLER.
IRON CITY SPICE MILL, `
C. H. MORLEDGE, Proprietor .
• Fifth Street Extension,
Dealer in unadulterated BOAST CORN.
FEES.,iiPICES, and Concentrated
ra,A:Vo - rtrm. EXTRACTS.
DISSOLII h e Partner
ifhlp beretotbre existing between the sub
eri bers t under the dlrm of
ANDERSON, COOS & CO.,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. - YThe busi
ness of the late firm will -be settled .by our succes
sors, Messrs. ANDERSON & WOODS. at the omee
of the Pittsburgh Steel Works. '
R. J. AribEgsolz,
J. W. COOK.
The undersigned having disposed of his interest
in the late firm of ANDERSON,. COOK k CO., to
Messrs. ANDERSON & WOODS, begs leave to rec
ommend Isis successors to the patronage of the cus
tomers of the fOrmer firm. J. W. COOK-
Pittsburgh, July 25th, 1868. jyB
DISSOLIITION OF CO-PART
NEI:SHIP.-712e .P.srtnershlp heretoforp ex
intlng under the style of-L
SAMUEL- ELLS - I'II4GO 'Ek CO.,
Is this ,day dissolved' by mutual consent, DAVID
EWING withdrawing from the Arm. The business
will be carried on as usual, under the old name of
S. HASTINGS & CO., Carpenters and Builders,
corner of West street and Ninth Avenue. The busl
ness of the old firm will be settled by the under
signed. SAMUEL HASTINGS,
Allegheny, July Bth, 1868. ' • :T8:691
The undendgne Ap r ilisted with him in
busineis. dating fro m Ist, 1968, Mr. AL
FRED S. WALL. his son ASA S. GILLISFIE and
LOUIS ENGLERT. The style of the erm to be J.
J. DILLEBPLE &00. J. J. 6lLLEsprz.
Referring to the above. the undersigned ale
pleasure la stating that they will continue the
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE BUSINESS;
At 86 Wood street, where they intend to offer in
ducements to purchasers second to no house in the
J. Z. GILLESPIE & CO.
~ i sic vi,iik..l
An Infallible remedy for Summer Complaint, Diar
hheoterhiegoernigrlT,.. Vomiting” Soar Stomach and
OIL CRIMP CURE,
A specific for Cholera, Cnunpa and Pain in the
Stomach, for sale by 1
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
I . SCIIOONIKAICEIR &SON'S
PURE WHITE LEAD,
McCOY'S vERDITER GREEN,
The only green paint that will 'not deteriorate by
exposure.. It will look better, last longer and give
more perfect satisfaction than any paint in the
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
• cIUEENSWARE, •.
SILVER PLATED .
And other STAPLE *AND FANCY.
,GOODS, a,great Variety. .
• 100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD IC.. BRED & co
ioo wOori mum..
S'llEt.Ak: l ol7 la:Ating;
AT REDUCED MaES,
AT DrCORD.Bz CO.'S,
Jyry .131 WOOD STDSZT. , •
ix.A..rs.' CAPS AND puns,
441KNAKaniakettrirr, Wholesale ; said Retail Duplex
In TRUNKS, , VALISES. &e., No. 1851 131113T13-
YIELD STREET. Pittsburgh, Pa. . •
gr!ters promo thy!' 1 sill and luittesotton ilfnaranteed:
MILE GREAT situticAN com
4; t l r PPglFlN l Gl3tik — itEttiM
•IT ELAtk ".;
AssuiAorm,T. e ,isx FAILITLY
.MA.clill'NEJ IN Vir NIE
TRINBICALLY THBOR &A AR
AllirAazal Wanted to aell this Kaaba:. - •
ift,j6l2- 2 •
,DYER AND 8001:7REIk
- ior ;A.', LANCE . ,
41 - 4 he • 'Th s ,1•1
DYE* MID ijCOURER;
rro. a trr. cx.4a-tri writ-W.3AT
814805 . / 88 ad / 87 - "dr B WM%
ionto6l PITTOBURGH. PA.
100. WOOD STREET
FOR SALL"--REAL ESTATI
FOR SALE. -
TWO HOUSES ,AND LOT on Carroll ac re
Allegheny. This property will-be sold low, ea
party is about leaving the city, and wishes to Cu p
of thepiorierty before removing.,
SAM , MILL, TWO LIWELLEND HOUSE& •re
_good FARM, and about SOO
timber land. This property will be sold
time to sui
PARI OF an noACRES, wll t b u yord
for tir es
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable fra
house and good barn: 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of Whoa
very well located for raising stock; improven tel
are good and substantial; /DO acres of the land
meadow and grain.
CITY PROPERTY.—WiII Sell a good brinkbai l ,
containing five rooms, at Sixteen Hundred Doll&
and would rent for the amount in six years.
A 'LARGE '.LOT OF I/ROUND, having a rr,
front and very convenient of access.
TANNERI, convenient to- ;hearty, and
well established custom ; or local trade cualk@
therewith tixood dwelling and forty acres of laud
FOUR LOTS in Sharpsburg, near the rallies
would make a coal yard. •
'HOTEL FOR SALE.—That fine Hotel Proper,
situated at the Blairsville Junction, cantata!
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuil
with three acres of garden and fruit trees. yi
well located hotel will be sold low, as Abe prop?,
for wishes to retire from business. -
FOR RENT. •
One large House, for Boarding Reuse.
One new Brick House, 8 rooms.
Oue new Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick House of 3 rooms.
One House of 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140. -
'One House cf 7 rooms and lot 150 by 150.
Two new Brick Houses, rooms ea c h. .
One new Frame House, 4 rooms. .
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms each.
One new Frame House in Wilkinsburg, lust
six rooms and large lot, well suited for garde
7 acr es that can be divided. Into acre Leta.
5 Lots In Oakland.
Power and a large Room and Yard for rent, it
good location. Will be rented for short or In
FOR LEASE OR SALE-3 Lots on Morton ettel
WANTED-3,000 feet of Flagging 3 to elan
TO LOAN ---$50,000 ,
IN BUMS OF $5,000 AND 17PWABD.
D, _P HATCH REAL ESTATE OFFM
No. 91. Grant St., Pittsburgh;
2,0001 000 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SAT"
_ • •
Union Pacific Baiiroad Compost
Lying along the line of theft road, at • •
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER ACRE, •
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS.
For farther particulars, maps, ie.:address'
JOHN P. DEVNBEITX,
Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kamm.
Or CHAS. B. LA.HBORN, Sec's',
snit: Bt. Lon's. ktissourL
BUILDING LOTS FOR BALE, II
The Execatorket the late General Robinson wi
Five YidnAble .11ifiding Lots,
Situated on the North Commons, each lot g4li
110 feet. These lots are swag the most desirabi
fcir priyate residence of any to be had in the city.
Also: the FASiILY CARRIAGE and pair of fir
HORSES, with RARN.ESS complete.
Apply a the office of
JOHN D. ROBINSON,
No. 14 Federal Etreet, Allegbear
A RETAIL DRUG ETOEMI,
In a thriving town In iptsbington county,
Apply to -
nAnsis & EWLNG,
Corner or Liberty and Wayne stfeeta,
-COUNTRY- RESIDENCE FOI
SALE OR RENT.—A large two-story clouts
otuse, containing 10 rooms, including double pa
lor, with marble mantles, and all the modern in
provementr; 1 acre of ground, tilled with ifrni
vapes, berries, Situated near Bilnerzarfile, a
Phe termination of the Wylie Street Passenger cars
This is one of the handsomest locations in ARegher
county, and in a .good neighborhood.
W. A. HERRON , S Real Estate Office, I§7
/21 one-half cash, balance in one andtwo years
wlii purchase a new dwelling house of three r.mi
and lot of ground, fronting on Boyd's avenge: a 50.
foot alley at one side. Situate In the vWage of.A
lentownOn a healthy and agreeable location: le
minute/I'r walk from Birmingham streetcars. '
session wi Ibe given a; short notice. Apply
8. CpTSIL ERT & SONS.
• sa I:mill:field street.
FR SALE & TO LET.--Houses
d Lotarfor sale , in all" arts of city and an
Also, several FA in Atood locations&
Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORY, with SO acres
°and, and good improvements, which twill sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Holmes
to let on good streets. Private Dwelling Houses ibr
rent in both cities. For flirther particulars inquire
jai= 110 grant street. eePosite Catheara"
BENT-The leasehold for
a term of about nine years .of u. Two• Story
e Llwelliiig House, at corner of Union Avenue
and Water streets; Allegheny..(fronting CO
mon)) baying 7 rooms, 2 halls and large bath rocas.
cellent rang* in kitchen: but and cold-water up
stairs and down; good cellar. Covered' porch in
front and at side or house. liralie arbor. Lot SO ,
by SO feet. Possession soon. if desired:
- For terms apply to , B. IifoLAIN & CO.
No. 58 Smithdeld stfer:te
THE HAY RAKE' "WELCOME."
PATENTED 11385. AND 1887.
Ls the best Rake made; It will rake heavier he
carry it farther, load, and unload itself easier
any otherrake. Isis self-operating: a chlLi veS,
old can do the. work' ors. fall -hand.' HundredS
certificates could be glven, one of watch is below;
"Giassp, Erie..oo., Pa., July 8. ISEIT:
"I have used the Weleoras Hay Rake, mann/hi
tared by W. W. Wallace, Pittsburgh Pa., and re
ommend it to farmers. It is good In light antlber
hay. is easy on sun sad bone; is a' complete pia
er &ram and *gnat,: to pimple In construe
andeasily kept In order, .
. • . JOSEPH ABBHORLiI
All orders directed to 319. Liberty street..
burgh, Pa.. or at the works ln Columbiana, C
promptly attended to. Bold wholesale and seta , '
W W. WALLAC;
Sind order* In early,' as supply
••' ' -
ERCEVAL BECFLETT, • ' '74
. 1 4Lnd , Solicitor of Patefit#4
(Late 'of P. F. W. d C. Railwiv.)
Moe, No. 79 FEDERAL STREET,' Room No.'
Uppiatrs. O. Box 50, ALLEGHENY CITY..;
A.ACIIINERY, of desotiptionsoleilgued.
BLAST FURNACE and ROLLING MILL DRA T I
MOB furnished. Plulionlar attention pald
Mrnlnif COLLLERY LOCOMOTIVES Pasentll.,
n‘rentianyigouoiscro.-sie- An:EVEN/NG Ibm Ti.
,for xnecliaoica eyerz W*IINEMD—
NIGHT. • ' • • •
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WASHINGTON 1IHIL.I.0,• •
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linnufsatnrer of OfSBR %SRA T., BYE FLOUR elee
CHOPPED YEZIIO. Orders - delivered la eitherelg
tree or charge; Grain of All lands - elsopped.. ll .
'Oorn strelled. on shorsuotlee. - .'"''
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