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—Queen Victoria has two hundred, horses.
• —Horse-shoe ,shaped fans are fashionable
in Paris. k -
-Mrs. Scott Siddons is aboht ready to
start for America.
—Rumor says that the ex-elector of Hesse
Casserhas gohe mad.
--When is a man's foOt like a barn 1 . asks
is facetious exchange. .W a'
hen there's corn
bin there. s •• ••
—Of all the waists pertaining to ; ‘ crom ne
heads in Europe, that of Empress of the
"French is, still the smallest
—Judging by the photograph of the new
municipal buildings, which is now on ex
hibition on St. Clair street, near the bridge,
we'are soon to have a very, elegant_addi
tion to the architecture of our city - as well
as one of the handsomest city halls in the
country. • :
-k-The editor of the:Pittsburgh .r.-cening
Chronicle speaks of Gen. Napier's " late
triumphant expedition.into India,"W and of
"Magdala, the capitol of bat." We
thought the expedition of Gen. Napier was
into Abyssinia, in Africa, and that Magdala
is-the capital of that country. Somebody
is , mistaken.
—Father Secci, an Italian inventor of
well.carned fame, has, it is said, just dis
covered a new motive power which is
lighter, stronger.and more economical than
steam; This secret the learned Priest
wisheS to dispose of to the Portuguese Gov
eminent, and that Government seems
posed to purchase it:
—The Viceroy - is at . EMB. The- first
evening he was there, while taking his
4-,walk, abroad in the dusk of the cvenitig,
he ran against a slightly -obfusticrtted Eng
lishman who had probably taken a little too
Much beer on the top of his wine. Monsieur
l'Anglais was very indignant and slapped
the fae of the vicC-regal chllider, and called
him a condemned Arab. The police then
came up and provided an escort for the ins-
Pettious 'son of Albion, but would not ac
cede-to the Viceroy's desire to have him de
What to Eat in Warm Weather.
tProit the rhilosophy of Eattig.)
If it be true that in cold weather we need,
and the appetite demands, concentrated
carbonaceous food, it ih also true as might •
Abe expected, and as we all know, that the
appetite demands in warm weather a--very
different class of articles of food; and the
reason is obvious. • •
Four-fifths of our food being devoted to
the' production of heat, we need four times
as much in cold weather as in wa?m. If,
therefore, we; ate , the same articles in sum
mer as in winter, and - only,what our nature
required, the stomach and boWels would
collapse bite one quarter of their functions:
Nature, therefore, , provides for warm
climates and the summers of cold, food in
which all elements are greatly diluted, and
in which the proportion of carbonates are
minis smaller than those provided for cold
weather. This you will see in the analysis
of Southern and Northern corn, in a very
remarkable degree. While the proportion
of Northern corn is six of the carbonates to
one of the nitrates,. the proportion of these
principles in. Southern .corn are nearly
equal. It Would, therefore, require six
limes the bulk of Southern corn 'as of
Northern to support the .same degree of
heat; and, this disparity is still more Strik
-• ingly teen if we compare Northern.corn
with some of our Southern vegetables.
Corn Contains-73 per cent. of carbonates,
turnips four per cent., and cucumbers one
per cent. Consequently it would -require
eighteen pounds of turnips, or seventy
three pounds of encumbers, to furnish as
ranch heat as Northern corn meal.
The comparative proportioni of carton
ates and nitrates it wheat, and indeed all
• cereals' that grow both in Northern and
Squthera climate, is well as thoie of all
other natural products of the soil, .plainlY
declare the will of ,Goth in regard to 'sum
mer and: winter food, as also do our appe
tites and tastes. • ,
In the spring we lose our desire.. for but
ter and • buckwheat, and begin to crave
some acid fruits and green vegetables.
I And yet how many thoughtlesa house
keepers at the North go through nearly
the same routine of cooking in summer as
in winter, with just 'about 'as much butter
and lard and'fat beef,. and even pork and
fat glavy,•and flour puddings, with .sauce;
. not because they like it as well, or 'think it
- is wholesome, but only because their
"mothers•did so before them)! And so
powerful is thoughtless and absurd
habit in the Southern States, that it is said
' that however plentiful may, be the supply of
milk and cheese,. and green. vegetables,
freeh, leaa beef, and fruits, &c., a Southern
family alskayslas on the table a smoked
Ism or a "side of pork," and their vegeta
bles are cooked swimming in, fat; and to
force an appetite, they use the most stimu
• lating spices and. condiments. In short,
their food in the hottest'weather is sidtable
, only forlhe coldest northern-winter weath
er. Is it strange that diseases prevail ?
We,need in summer or winter, whether
using - muscles or brains, or neither, every
day food Containing carbonates for 'the
lungs, nitrates for the muscles and tissues,
and phosphate; for the vital powers ; brit
we need them in very r:different Propor
tions, according .to.the temperature in
which we live and our habits of life. Them
'elements th.e furnished at our hands, yary
ing in proportions so as! to be adapted to
the temperatures and habits;. and
for animals that 'have only inAincts and not
intelleCts to guide them, from the elephant
• to the smallest animalculte, these different
elements are so mixed and prepared, and the
appetite so adjusted to them, that they al
' • ways. want, and always have, and always
eat the right kind of food at the right time
and the right quantity. But the man, who
has intellect,i is expected to understand the
laws of his being, and to adapt his food to
the wants of his nature, varies it, according
to circumsfancec. We are creatures of habit;
and- our systems have Wonderful power in
adapting themselves to circumstances; and,
therefore, we do not all 'die, however
thbughtlessly we live, and how persevering
- ly continued the wrong habits to which
we have been accustomed; and our appetites
falling in with . our habits; the evils of
• wrong living are perpetuated. Still, it is
true everwhere that the average amount of
health, and the average length of life, are in,
exact proportions to the pare we take to live
'in accordance with the laws of our being—
these statistics show, and our own observd
But what a responsibility these considers
, ,tions place upon wives and mothere, who
have, or ought.tolhave, the direction of these
matters I To: them; in Providence, as tbe
'word of God, thei it junction empludicallyht,
,commiutdiiiients, 'for length of
•• 'days, and long, life - and, peace, shall theY
•• add' to thee," ant to thy family.
Lace Making in Italy
The women of Italy find lace-making and
embroidery a great assistance in eking out
their scanty subsistence. At Genoa there
are ten manufacturers of embroidery and
six of lace, who supply the workpeople of
the town and country with the raw material
and designs to be executed at their own
.:lace-makers are principally
inhabitants of the shores of the. Gulf of
Rapallo, fifteen miles southeast of Genoa.
The Genoa embroidery, it is stated, is, as
regards design, inferior to that of Paris.
and superior, as regards workmanship, to
that of Switzerland. It hi admitted, how
ever, that the workwomen of Genoa cannot
compete with the perfection of the one and
the cheapness pf the other. The manufac
ture of lace, however, is in a better state,
andthe 'annual production is of the value
of from $90,000 to $lOO,OOO. In Lombardy
5,000 women and .girls are, employed in
making veils, collars, shawls; mantillas and
neck-kerchiefs, which are- executed with
much good taste. The raw material is princi
pally obtained from Germany, France and
England. The prodifce of this ind stry,
ullonly suffices for the wants of the co try.
At Man, there are six manufacturers of,
this article, who give employment to up
wardS bf 5,000 persons, working . princepall3.
at theix .own homes, and earning fro • m 4
to 20 cents per day. The price of the veils
varies from 30 cents to $3B each, and e
annual production of this industry is est -
'mated at $BO,OOO. The two other centres o,
thiwindustry in Lombardy are at Cantu
miles southeast of Como, and Sant Angela,
10 northeast of Padua. At Cantu which
numbers only 6,000 inhabitants, this indus
try employs 1,700 women, who earn about
4 cents a day, and whose annual pro
duce amounts to $87,600. The traders
in this article make a profit of from
20 itO 30 per cent. At Sant Angelo the
nueinber 4f women
_engaged at ?;this this in
dustry isi sherd six hundred, and their
earnings average from ten to twenty cents
per day. The lace made at this place is of
ordinary quality, and principally of cotton.
The price of the lace varies from two cents
to thirty cents per braccio of Milan(equal to
about twenty-four inches.) The lace made
of thread coat from twenty to forty cents,
and that of silk costa about forty cents per
brseeio. The embroideries on bobinnet and
tulle, bother cotton and thread, at Venice,
have a ready sale in the country, and are
also .exported to Trieste. A considerable
number of persons are employed in this in
' &wiry. Embroidery and lace made of silk
are "also carried on extensively at Venice.
At Palestrina, an; island and town, ten
miles south of Venice, the woman also
make point lace. In the Neapolitan prov
inceivarious kinds of lace. are made. In
1863 the export of lace from Naples amoun
ted in value to $97,440. • .
Swinging Sixty Yards front a Hook Through
A fearful accident occurred on the 23d, al
the Washington street Tunnel in Chicano
which is thus detailed by the Republican:
The workmen employed in the construe
tion of the tunnel were being paid off, and
the machinery was about ceasing its opera-'
tions; when a laborer, named, Thomas Ca
sey, who was watching the movements, of
the steam - derrick, was transfixed in the
fieshrpart of the upper anxi by the hookiat
tached by means ofia long iron chain to the
.boom of the derrick. Suspended by the
hold it obtained itit- I his muscle, the poor
•wre:tch was slowlysjswung round by the
crane in a circuit of some sixty yards. The
machinery was stopped as he hung over the
coffer-dam, which is More than fifty feet be-.
neath the platform on_which the derrick re
volves. t The auddee — cessation caused the
chain t&vibrate, and as the vibration* con
tinued, the hook gradually ripped the arm
up to the very wrist, where, the - flesh, being
unequal to the work of suspension, it emerg
ed, causing tbe man Ito) fall to the bottom of
the dam. Whon picked up by' his felbitv
workmen, he was fohnd to be unconscious
but alive. His injures are, as may be
agined, of a very serous character, but in
consequence of an e traordbutry vitality, he
may possibly recov . s i '
QUEEI4 ELIZABETH'S Music Boon.—A
writer ill.. the Gentk.thein' a Magazin& says:,
"In the FitzwilliamiMuseum at Cambridge
is Queen Elizabeth, a Music-book, contain
ing compositions lb the pianoforte, or vir
ginal of her time. The Queen is said to
have been a skilful musician. Some pages
of the book have been evidently turned over,
others but seldom looked at. The leaves
that are soiled are those on which the sim
plest tunes are written; the others contain
the variations and more intricate pasimees.
Although her Majesty has the reputation of
having been an accomplished performer up-_
on the virginal, this music book proves that
she was wont to skit) the more irksome com
positions, and indulge in • the less labbrions
I pastime of playing the tunes only. It is an
easy way of sicquiring the reputation of a
pianist, to get together many of the most
difficult pieces of Thalberg, Liszt and others,
and play only: the melodies they arrange,
avoiding the brilliant passages which are so
difficult to master, and often so puzzling to
listen to. I rather think Queen Elizabeth
did, this with thi music of Liszt& and Thal
bergs of her day; judging from her music
WE find the following anecdote of a
Welsh jury in the London Timm: "At the
Montgomery Quarter Sessions; a tailor
named John Wish was placed in the dock,
charged 'with stealing a milk-can: Thor
prisoner was undefended, and the jury, after
hearing the evidence, handed in a verdict of
guilty; and Welsh was sentenced to three
months' imprisonment, with hard labor,
PR has since transpired that, so far from find
ing the prisonei guilty, the jury were unan.
imous in the belief .that he was itinocent,_
and the foreman was charged with the de
livery, of a verdict accordingly, but that
when be .stood up to reply to the formal
question of the clerk of the court the unfor
tunate man lost his presence of mind and
delivered a verdict of guilty, and the pris
oner WEIR consigned to jail In the presence
of the jury, who Acre too frightened .to in
Tux ,visitof the Duke of Edinburg to the
Crystal Palace, in London, on the 4th, was
the occesion'iif a series of festivals of un
wonted magnificence. 'Upward of 80,000
Persons were present; The Duke was ac
wmpanied by the Prince. of Wales and a
part3q Both Aignor Mario
and Mlle.. Adelina Patti took part in the
concert; and the new ,song Which has been
composed% honor oFthe Prince . was. the
signallor an outburst of enthusiasm The
whole'syetem of. the fountains was put in
operation; arid' late in th e even i ng there was
a displarof Orewovirs.
Talc Japanese have cawovered that a few
seconds previous to an earthquake the mag
net temporarily; loses its power. They have
ingeniously constructed'a light frame su p.
'porting a horseishoe magnet, hekeath which '
•is a cup of bell metal; to the &Nature is
'attached a; eighi, so that aPelk the Magnet
becoming Paralyzed , the weight drops. and, .
striking the cup, gives the alarm. Every
onb in the house then seeks the open air for
AN Eastern paper says thiti the Trustees
of the Agricultural College of Pennsylva
nia, at a recentmeettng, appropriated $l5O
for a library, $250 for apparatus and $1,200
for Pig Pm%
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE% FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1868
TEETH EXTRACTED -
Novi:lL:riot:lT PAIN !
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN ARTIFICIAL.
Trill ARE Olit i ve s sr , ,.
AT DR. SCOTT'S. ,
wro PENS Errszrr, an DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OF GENUINE VITIMAN
40 b. et 32 di el Jere,
FOE GAS AND OIL. -
Just received, the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
WELDOR et . KELLY, , •
147 WOOD EVItEiST, 008. VERGLI f ALLEy.
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, kke
, 130 AP STONE,
PLASTER, CHIMNEY .TOPS,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
25 Wood street.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRADLPIPE,
Cheapest and best Pipe In the market. Also, 'llO-.
BBNIYALR MEDRAIILIC CEMENT for sale.
B. B. dr. C. A. BRACKETT et C . O.
Office and Manufactory-240 REBECCA BT.,
Allegheny: - air Orders by mall promptly attended
to. . . JeVar93
PINK, WHITE AND BLUE MOSQUITO' BAB
LADIES' A* D GENT'S - SIIIIDdEN. trNpER
WEAR; PA , M FANS, LINEN FANS, SILK
FANS; HEAD NETS; LINEN BAI4D
! KERCHIEFS, LACE HINDKER
- CIVES, EMBROIDERED HAND
KERCHIEFS;: COTTON HO- ,
SIERT; LADIES', GENT'S
AND CHILDREN'S ME
' BIRO HOSE. SILK
. GLOVES, LACE
A. splendid assortment, for Ladles and Misses
BULLION FRINGES, SEWING SILK FRINGES
Also, s full Hue of
BULLION, to Match.
We have now a Inn line of the new
DROP I SKIRTS ON HAND
JOCKEY COLLAR, DICKENS COLLAR,
- DERBY COLLAR
' We would especialli tnytte the attention of Job
bers to our Wboles.le Department, as, we sell our
goods at lowest eastern market pncos.
rtukcartm, CLYDE dr., CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
AT JOSEPH HORNE & C 0.9%
N]EW t€-GODS !
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND FLOUNCINGS;
SWISS EDGINGS AND INsERTINGS .
LACE CAPES, COIFFEURS AND PARASOL
SUPER STOUT AND SUPER L YINE COTTON
AND MERINO 1-2 MUSE;
LADLES' AND MISSES' HOSE, In Lace, Lisle,
Mk and Cotton, of beet Engliatt and Ger-
_DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at vr9_ lol !
ALEXANDItE , B DUCHESS Kw
new Hue jun received.
A fun assortment of BULLION AND SILK
TASSEL FRINGES. TRIMMINGS;
GIMPVIIINGES AND TRIMMINGS;
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SATINS;
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
At greatly reduced rates
New see k . HATS—Ladles , end Mlrsee.
.ORAP MALINES, DOTTED NETTS:
RIBUON , ieLowEes,
BONNET SILKS, FRAMES,
WINDOW NS AND SHAKER HOODS,
IMo/eralf3 and Etaii.
CA,LI.I AND -4 'x.e.iitrxrr E..
77 and 79 Market Street*
PRICES MARKED DOWN!
MACRUBI.Ik , CARLISLE'S,
No. 19 fifth Str!e!.' '
ALL' GOODS GREATLY REDUCED!
ON AND ~ . trbfl, HILT IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles',) tbr
CORBETB, (Heal Freneb,)
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 for
KID GLOVES, (warranted,)
SIOO Yds. SPOOL cOTTON, (good)
POCKET BOORS. worth 50c
MEN'S SUMMER lINDERSHIETS
=WI JEAN. DRAWERS..
All kinds. Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
A 1414 KINDS OF Goons
Special Rates to Merchants & Dealers.
VULORIIIN & CARLISLE,
.WILL.' la. TAYLOR,
No. 46 01110 STREET, Allegheny.
Thankful for the former very liberal patronage be
etnwea,upon me, I ashore my ftiends and the publio
generally that, In the future as In the past, I shall
diligently to merit continuance of the
the shop from 7 to 9
A. I& and front 1 to a r. It. m721:04
AT wM SEMPLE'S,
Will be Found a Large Stock of
, r 4 ::›C)X)I I3 -
PILLOW CASE MUSLIN
COTTON TABLE DIAPER,
AT EMENELY LOW Haas,
AT WM. SEMPLE'S,
180 & 182, Federal St., Allegheny.
125F41 FOR PANTS.
J. IL BURCHFELB & CO.,
HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
WHITE LINEN DRILLS;for Pants
COL'D & STRIPED " for Pants
STEWED AND FIGURED SHIRT LINERS
Stack all new and CHEAPEST IN THE CITY
/Br RED, WHITE ARO BLUE FRONT. lE*
87 , MARKET STREET. K .
IN PRICES !
TO 46 - 1.4)5 - E. Erocs. OF ,
1301RjEss 43 - 0013 S.
87 MARRET STREET.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS.
Je3o: 87....M.LR1CET STREET.... B7,
Xl5 WOOD ST. 115 .
.SHANNON & CO.,
No. 115 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
• DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PRICE&
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
lir No. 168 Wylie Street...o
JAUR, MCCANDLESS & CO.,
mate Wilson, Carr & C 0.,)
• WHOLESALE , DEALERS IN -
rote* and Domestic Dry ! Goods,
No. 04 WOOD . STREET,
Third door above Dlarmond alley, •
HENRY W. HORBACH,
Confectionery aud Bakery
19 TI TH STREET
No. AO M SMITHFIELD STERNA -
Between Seventh end Liberty.
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
No. 40, corner redersl and Robtneon streets. AM'
gheny. Constantly,. on* , ind, ICIC Cit.ICAX, of
LINEN TABLE DIAPER,
HONEY COMB QUILTS,
BALMOBAL AND HOOP gEDITS.
WHITE AND COLORED CORSETS,
GENT'S . NVIIITE BKIItTS,
HATS, RIBBONS, IFLOWIM.
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 52 St. Clair St.,
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
LADIES' OYSTER SALOON attached
' AND DNALXIS IN
FOREIGNI DOKERTIO FRUITS & rams,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Noelce pis hereby Oren that the firm of
STRICKLER.II3IORLEDGE was dissolved by rant.
tug' Consent on tue Ist day orJuly, A. D. 1868.
All debts due to said Arm will be ',sidle. CHARLES
31ORLEDGE. by whom all debts due by the firm
will be paid, and he. is authorized to sign the firm
name in liquidafion. J. E. STRICKLER,
C. H. MORLEDGE.
Tfaviig sold out my Interest In the abovh estab
lishment, I cheerfully recommend Mr. MORLEDGE
to an My, friends as an honest, upright Vastness
ulati.And hope that they will continue their kind
Tim, and patronage heretofore bestowed..
J. E. STRICKLER.
'IRON CITY SPICE MILL,
C. H. IiORLEDGE, Proprietor,
Fifth Street Extension,
Dealer in rnadnlterated ROAST COF
FEES.SkICES, and Concentrated
FI,A.V43ItMTG EXPI ACTS.
D lalso L U TION.—The
stilt) heretofore existing between the sub
serlberi, under the firm of g •
ANDERSON, COOK & CO.,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness of the late• firm will be settled by our succes
sors, Messrs. ANDERSON & WOODS, at the oftice
of the Pittsburgh Steel Worts.
R. J. ANDERSON.
W I M. WOODS.
The undersigned having disposed of his Interest
In the late firm of ANDERSON, COOK & 00., to
Messrs. ANDERSON .ft WOODS, begs leave to rec
ommend,his successors to the patronage of the cue
• tomers of the former firm. J. W. COOK:
Pittsburgh, July 98th, 1888.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARY
:,`,.l"ElLBllli.—ThePartnereldp•• heretofore ex-
I.eng under the style of
SAMUEL UASTINGS & Co.,
Is this siay dissolved by mutual consent, DAVID
EWING withdrawing from the firm. The business
will be carried on as usual, under the old name of
S. HASTINGS k CO., Carpenters and Builders,
corner of West street and North Avenue. The busi
ness of the old firm wilt be settled by the under
signed. • SAMUEL HASTINGS,
Allegheny, July 6th, 1565. • ' y8:891
NOTICE. -1 •
The undersigned his •assoclated with him In
Vastness; dating from April Ist, IS6S. Mr. AL
FRED S. WALL. his son ABA S. GILLISFIE and
LOUIS ENGLERT. The style of the firm to be J.
J. GIL r9FIE & CO. J. J. GILLESPIE.
Referring to the. above. the undersigned take
pleasure in stating that they will continue the
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE BUSINESS,
At B 8 Wood street, where tciey intend to offer in
ducements to purchasers kecond to ne house in the
J.'J. GILLESPIE & CO.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
ELECTIC SOLVER CORDIAL,
An Infallible remedy for Summer_Cotsolaint,_Diar:
rhea, Vomiting , ting, Sonr noms ch and
DR. 111111iIS . tR11111 ) . CURD,
A specific for Cholera, Cramps and 'Pan in the
Stomach, fur sale by
T:f A R TS • &
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
J. SeIIOONIJAKKa SONg
PURE WHITE LEAD,
McCOY'S VERDITER. GREEN,
more perfect satisfaCtion than any p e ar.n s t in the
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
CHINA, GLASS AND --
SILVER PLATED WARE,
And other STAPLE AND FANCY -
tOODS, a great. variety. •
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO.
100 FiliOD STREET
HATS' AND CAPS
CLOSING 01.1 t SALE!
S'IMEI,AAV 11 TS
AT REDUCED PRICES,
)'CORD 4% CO.'S,
.1917 . 131 WOOD STREET.
c+rs ANI) vrfals,
Also, Manufacturer, Wholesale , and Retail Dealer
in TRUNKS, VALISES. &c., No. 13VIEWITII
FIELD STREET, Pittsburgb, Pa.
Orders nromottv nilfid and satisfaction guaranteed:
MINE GREAT AMERICAN
AND- SEWING DlACalThne•
IT ILAN NO EQ,191 1 6
BEING ABSOLUTELY " TUB..PEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WOAF,k.'t AND IN
TRINSICALLY THE ARPST.
MirAirents wanted to sell Os H 11 4 1111 e:.
CHA B. SC. 33 A - T-Llgirt
Corner FIFT ie H
s ce itEcTs unirilvany o a. ver •
. Richardson's Jewett" Store. mrm:llB4
DYER AND SCOURER,
DYER AND SCOURER
Ito. 8 ST. Cl-4 A-121 S
And Nos. 135 and 137 Third Streets
FOR SALE--REAL EST
F OR SALE.
TWO HOUSES AND LOT on Curb
Allegheny. This property will be .sold
party is` about leaving the city, and Wigh t , t
of the property before removing.
SAW MILL, TWO DWELLING 110s701
BARNS, with good FARM,and about 81
timber land. This property will be sold le
p,4oo—balance on time to snit buyer.
ARM OF 120 ACRES, will be sold fo
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortet
'house and good barn: 60 acres of the land s ,
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of
very well located for raising stock; hum
are good and substantial; 100 acres of tts
meadow and grain. •
.Cl7'Y. PROPERTY.—WiII sell a g ood
-containing dye rooms, at Sixteen numbest
and would rent for the amount in six years, •
frontARGE convenientßOUND, but.,
,and very of access.
TANNERI „convenient to the city, 041
well established custom or local trade
therewith; a g
_ood dwelling and forty acm e ,
FOUR LOTS in Sharpsourg, near the •
would make a good coal yard. •
HOTEL FOR SA.LF..- - That duo hotel
situated at the Blairsville Junction, en
fourteen rooms and the necessary putta
with three acres of garden and fruit M.(
well located hotel. win,. be sold low,
tor wishes to retire from business. as tbe •
One large House, for Boarding Hausa.
One new Brick OUSe, 8 rooms.
One new. Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick House of 3 rooms. -
7 One House of rooms and lot 55 br140,.
One House cf 7 rooms and lot 150 by 338.
Twb new Rabic. Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 rooms.
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms midi.
One new Frame House In Willansburg,
six rooms and large lot, well suited tor;
7 scree that can be divided into acre lola
5 Lots in Oakland.
Power and a large Room andfora -for re
good location. Will' be rentehort -
FOR LEASH OR SALE-3 Lots on. Morten
WANTED,-3,0 00 feet of Flagging 3 to 4
I . thick..
TO - LOAN—SSO,OOO, .
D. P, DAM REAL ESTATE OP
CHOICE LANDS FOR SA
Union Pacific Itaitroftd Comp
Lying along the Ltn g of theft road, at
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF EPTE YEARS.
Or CHAS. B. LAMBORN, Seey,
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALT
The Executors of the late General Roblna,
Five Valuable Building Lots,
Situated on the North, Commons, each lot :
170 feet. These lots are among the most des
for private residence of any to be had In the e
A6o. the FAMILY CARRIAGE and pair
HoIt.SIE, with HARNESS complete.
Apply a the office of
}e30:5213 i tZo. 14 Federal btreet,
A =TAR: DRUG STORE,
In a thriving town In Wathington county. Pt
IN sings orstkooo AND 'OPVARI
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburg
Yor further partleularl, rave, /tr., address
JOHN P. DEIMEMIT:
- Land Commissioner, Topeka; Km
St. L0n1.2. Miss,
JOIDi D. ROBINSON
Corner of Liberty and Wayne street
EIGHT HUNDRED DOLL - A.l
oue-half cash. balance in one and-two , y
_wilt purchasea new dwelling bou.e thre
and lot of ground, fronting pa Boyd's avenue: •
foot alley at one side. Situate in the village....
lentown. in a healthy and agreeable losatlei
minutes' walk from Birmingham street ears. l
session wi Ibe given at short notice. 'apply
S. BUTHEEBT nONS.
0.: SA t:tnithlield st
FOR SALE & TO LET...=E[of -
and Lots for sale in all_plgts of the city Si'
barbs. Also, several F AIMS. in good locat
.4 small WOOLEN FACTORS., with 20
of land, and good improvements, which Iwi •
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business H
to let on good streets. Private Dwelling EOM
rent in both cities. For further particulars is
a= 110 Grant street. opposite,Cathqs
VOR RENT—The leasehold
term of about nine yeitrs of a TWo
hrame Dwelling Howse, at cona.rof Union Al
and Water streets, Aliestheny, East
moon having I rooms, 2 balls and .arge bath r
-Excellent range In isitchent but and cold wat•
stairs and down; good cellar. Covered por
front and at side of house. crape arbor. LA
by 80 feet. Possessioia soon if desired.
For terms apply to • . H. cL CO
)vizNA. be Sialthdeld eta*
1 1 vr-Xererillrt • at) terA
DIALIDI IN ALL KINDS 07
GEO TOBACCO AND
No. S SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of C
mecca Build tug, pITTSB 6OGa. P
a la i r oi a i tli of 115 Water strettlpiiii-1-2. DIVA ,
- dv.. W. JENIECINTSOTT.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
•Tobacco/ Snuff, Cigars, Plp*Atce
6 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEM-6E6lv
To rAvas. .
MIE HAY RAKE "WELCO:
Is the bes 3 Rake Made. It will rake heavl.
ca r r y to farther. load and unload Itself emit'
any other rake. It to self-onarattug:
o l d eau do the work of a full band. Hun"
ce rtificates could be given. one of watch is b
"Goteow, Ede 00. Pa., Atli 5.
have used the W,lcome 'Hay Rake.
tared by W. W. Wallace, Pittsburgh Pe.. e.
ommehd It to farmers. It Is good In Light add
easy on man and horse: Is a CoPleSel
ezd' pram and stubbf , ; Is simple In Cousin
easily kept In order.
All orders directed to 319 Liberty :store
burgh, Pa.. or at the works In Columblern
promptly attended to. Bold wholesale and re
. W.. W. WAIF
Send orders Sheerly, as supply Is, short.
iL 0113011ANICLAL ENGINES
And Solicitor of Pater.
- • .
(Late of P. P. W. a C. Sailwar.)
Office, No. 79 FEDERAL STREithit y ouj
BLAST FURNACE and ROL i4INO MILL
INGE. furnished. • Particular attentioo_Pla
signing COLLIERY LocomoTry ES. ' rata
fideunally_aolicited. air An It VENTNitz
LNG CLASS for; mechanics every. want
W. W. AND
FEED of;_CORE h
free of charge. Grain c
Corn shelled. on short n-