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CHANT GOES AT THE HEAD.
Now, boys mark time!
From old Atlantic's rocky shore, "
To soft Pacifies coast,
-Comes up the chorus o'er and o'er
Prom Grant's unconquered host. '
Beneath the flax that waved so long
' In victory. where be led.
ALain goes fort i vb w o gallant throng •
While Grant, at the bead.
Pirm Aqui steady! where our chieftain towers;
; Let Seymour bear the `:Stars and Bars,"
.The "Stars and Stripes are ours.
. same old fight we fought of yore.
When Grant our victories won:
;Welightat, /fit:writ' and eonth once more, -
Tliffreedonihrwort is done! .
Aar seyrnour's "friends," whornonce he taught
In eighteen si*ty-thnee.
Once more notcothe ballot brought,
To break downiaberty.-- ' = '
- - Firm! firm! steady, fie.
While Grant and Colfax load our line,
Let Blair and Seymour shout,
Though Rebels North and South combine,
Their forces we will rout. • -
"I cannot be your candidate,"
Said Seymour--artat he meant'
Wad—whit bC did!not Sine:
I Cannot be Prfeklent 1 , • .
• • • - FirmViirat: ateSidy,
DR. TODD AND THE *OW qUE,STION,
BY GEORGE WILLIAM currxe.
It seems to be conceded, slowly, perhaps,
but surely, that'a man is not of necessity ant ,
idiot, nor a woman a sour old Maid„ who,
'itupPoseS that, SS much remains yet to, be l
accomplishedin the• development of men,
, so all is •riot, yet finally - -settled for :woreen.
That-the'dogs of conceited and preju-,
;Reed Men are not tuaquestionalgy the di_
wine intentions in human society, iaa spec-
Illation. which may now ho indulged •with
out the suspicion A:of foolishness or &nett
dim. a Word, the Reverend Doc
-- r Todd is wise Man, and that
,ptritsiblyr others, have bepn admitted to the
celestial. cpuricils almost as familiarly as
he, is a faith Which,- beyond- Berkshire at
least, has an astonishing, number of.e.d.
- -There is nothing' more'delightfully Com-
Tad,' in :the idea of a conclave of fraws,and •
monks, maxis maY,be seen by the thou-,
. sand in lovely Italy, "sitting in- judgment
noon the conclusions of Darwin' or of Tyn-:,
dell, arid gravely
,excoturnunicating . , them'
- for infidelity; than -in that of the young
gentlemen, ho give all their intads:th their
adaitlitints,'Pleasantly-lauglibig at the Bug
*Wilma bf any "wren"' in the Condition
of *alien; or in their relation to hdituircso,
clay. It is not. these young geritlemen
alone who take= this view-Lnor is it only
the- Reverend - Doeter Todd there'are.
• 'thoughtful and generous and chivalric rrien
who girdle at the fancy 'of any Alinhert3" )
for women except that-to which they tra
. ditionallk consign her; and who suspect in
woman --whose Anitigniation , strays'
beyond the irturiery,battil' the dining-mom;
and the ragged Reboot; , and the. ball - ro om,.tomething alittle i • , ,culfeminine,"- is in
Hawthorne', =- "Dontitelfo,-"- it is impossible
not to feeithathe's just less than human,
and that if the windy Would 'only nth* the
hair, we - should see the ears of the faun. •
,As for the women, what shall an ancient
Esay, Chair say?. !In the softer circles of so
ciety,how. many fair dimes are not a little'
angry.at the suggestion: of -Ai enlarged
sphere ; of interest and activity,. as if it were
an insinuation- of.sOinething brazen in their
tastes and characters? Even those who are.
most,-sensible, and who gravely, entertahr
the suggestion, or indeed aympathiro with
iI show a, tranquil approval rather then an
active desire or, :resolution: :The 'morel'
elever-yvasn* neatly expose' 'the exquisite
lollies of the sold-an:and anntimentalobjec.-
tors, and sweep their titenthiating fingeni
through` ' light web of sogistry, which
some men With edifyiziggratity eallinstinct.
Bat even these women "smiling, put the
question byi? even although they gave it its
natural anti reasonableanawer.• „There'. are
others who ask .why they should wish- to
have More bother - than they, have already?
And atilt others who area( the "nestling"
and "tendril" school, and Wish to . be only
what the lord of their heirts desires.D,oes
it occur to such tender create/re that. l ave
and:matrimony are reltgions, of reciprocal
duties? and that if Jane is -to think only ,
,wishes- her to think, and do only
' -what John 'wishes her to do; Johols.bound
bythe seine rule? ' The philosophy pi Hrs.
Onmely's'ilrawingLrooi n in New YOrk 'is
practiced very periectlysjag . i,.and in the
hbrisehtld the Grand Park 'lndeed, the
lattreate of the Sultan',—of the same : sex
with -.his majesty and'- one- of the- most
sparkling of singers ....yviote, tiro - centuries
ago,;-upon the' incroduction'of . the • ldvellest
of Cireassums into'the • happy family,of ,the
august . Commander oc thir,„Faithilil; the foli,
lowing limpid tquatriun: ,
honor teetwebtan. the ' iweet=beari, wed,
The:delight et the tire ' aide by ufght and by day,
Who never dues ..nythlng w ryas in her Ilk
EXoesit'when permittou t, , ,/ have he,r,ptvn way:!,
Or was it'not, the-: lanreate,,ove
hundred years ago, and does .314.Bparrow
greseqUote this as the latejst epigram'of:Mr.
Halleek ? : old 'ldrit. - .•Barbauld: also
• wrate - someltersok - .17P0:01 the ' 'lo4 B l 3 ' eV/feet;
whlch - WurthY t4S, piinted goi t i,
letters 'Over*i_ portale.or
AesApirty - for .Y. W o ,u4adlea T The worth
Old g e npe*stithan',ltiiii4g of ths;tiowera
upon her table, and she jawrniqk'Pin ,Lert•
for the benefifrof young adze s
or bliusti, my fair, osirn - you, copy th e*: ,
beit,'your sweetest otoptre to to groom"'
014 itoney and butter 11. 'Butter and honey,
cerCainly s, •
net ; sorprismg that they
are Women whirtina little tired of the kind'
of diet provided_ by Mrs. Xlarbattld and - the,
eonit:,goyernesses,, .afr; neUeek ~ a nd the
ooult.POota, ' and the 'lei.; Pr. Todd end the
emuteluildaitts, - Whq are indeed; willing to ,
' Incur dm bright banter of, brothers with the
.and ;even of`the, fastidious ,arid;
eidPro2and frY_io , fruioeftain why
they do not understand , itiemselves as. well,
as *4, understand them, and to prove -
whether their sphere. is t *Oh like,lhat",of
men', fa .determined bre xperiment, non
by 4ledry;, Whii, ask that queetlon which,
no. Sultan Afton' record .114 eye; been know n ,
aneWer,. &pc which,confounds ,forever
even :t4 grfat , ,Hl4o44l Bat/abide him Can
You dewrmine• any proper sphere, ftwithout
erf4tlreedem ,ot,ehoice-and •netio l i
-Par t 'e t ,s tA rie ift z in#l .o !, ; 7,4 l l/1",,;, , ,}1-•..
fo nal.ittpk, of MincOixtbas
inbjed Orinvestigatiori in a paper pnblishett
in laB- Proceedings tof-the
, iwas7writtetil bj="
2dr.• inure:on ce to 08104,1
fields 'of 'CalifOrma; andihe anther dfte,,W
the growth of mineral veici sittutteo
milesif tmarthe'CiontitAbli'veitt 1 3
where' boning eptingstire'netive:
Bps arrives ' ; '
depositions from nctudeccilnlidititii ht side.;
That gokimat tcideposipsowiegie'isikoP
solutlona,lppettroftniti the pfeeetteetit
metal Am pyrites indhised 141.48:'
iquantitititvdlgold'haVelbe: "1)0 ecr)
Interiorof the item bf_freeli ithrit ,/#490
arggings,l . Are'fiftefilitbitbrttiff
pyrites ;Irti, : 5 Row .;
A I, 4 4 7gwbollid:lieen , aiscilhgfiliaire *Axil
doubt 'regarding the validity of her marital '
tatondidom - -She cayrrrrnAtttetitf:titit;i#7-
r -anstalimfitge ' le t ti " Weillll3 l74
e." -71f.r4 - 1 . t_, •
. ,olelo ,firi,c;f•rp)(l)
(rm!1: - ioa • ;',:[ /)fll P9i
40 fiat! ,(1 - 13
~ 101TriJ 'l.lll ne•d;
, . • ,t9',U14104ft1i11.1);,,/
The ladies 'of Arabia stain their fingers
and toes red,. their eyebrows black, and their
lips blue. In Persia they paint a black
streak around their eyee, and ornament
their faces with various figures. 1 The Jape
neswwomen gild their teeth, and those of
Atte Indians.paint themred. The pearl of
the teeth must be dyed black to be beautiful
in - Guzerit. The Hottentot women paint
the entire body in compartments of red and
black. In Greenland, . the women color
their faces with blue and yellow, and they
frequently, tattoo their bodies by saturating
thread in soot, inserting them -beneath the
skin, - and then drawing - IXeri - through.
Hindoo families, when -they wish to appear
' particulartylovely t smear_ themselves with
a - nilituiti - of saffron, tiiiiiiiiic and grease.
In nearly all the islands of the 'Vacific and
Indian oceans, the women, as well as the
men, tattoo a great variety of figures on'the
face, the. lips, tongue and the whole body.
?In New Holland they cut themselves with
1 shells; and-keeping the wounds open a long''
time, form deep scars in the flesh, which.
'.they deem highly ornamental" And another
1 singular mutilation is made among them by,
taking Off, in infancy, the little fffiger of the'
left hand at the'. second joint. - In ancient
Persia, in aquiline nose was often' thought
-worth/ of the crown ; but the 'Sumatran
mother carefully . flattens the nose of her
daughter. .. Among Borne-of the savage tribes
in Oregon, and also in Sumatra and Afri
.continual pressure is applied to the `skull s
'order to flatten it, and thus give it a new
beauty. The modern Pansians have a
strong aversion to red hair;. the Torks, • on
the contrary, 'hi warm admirers , of. it. la
China round small eyes are liked, and the
girls are continually' plucking their eye-
brows, that they may be thin and lons.. But
the.great beauty of a Chinese' lady is inlier
feet, which hi childhood are 130''. compressed
by bandages; as 'effectually to prevent any
further increase in size. The .four.ernallest
tees eretent under the foot, at the sole of
which they - firmly. adhere; and the poor girl
not onlyendrirea much pain, ..but becomes a
cripple for life. Another mark of bent) ,
consists in finger muls,, so long that casings
of bamboo are necessary to: , preserve them
fitm injury,- .An African beauty musthave
small eyes, thick lips a large:: fiat' note, and
a skin beautifully bu ck.:. On the , northwest
coast of 14 it.ticaauincialon;more than t 7
inchei In lezigth,;loMadain . the Iniver II ,
and' then filled ',Kith ` a wioOden plug. n
Guinea the lips are; pierced with thorns, the
heads being inside the 'bola; and the
points °l the; C, ' • '
An amusing thing happened the other
:day. in sthe 'cotainune of H.., on the ,
frontier of the provinces of Liege and Lux
embeur „g. A certain well-to-dd Monsieur
.D— r fell so. violently in love 'with Es'
;mail! of 'all work that he determined to make'
;her, bis-wife. • The parish priest was there
'ft), e called upon to publish the bans, and
after the legal , delays, R. and his maid
servant were married, both according to the
civil and religious- rites and ceremonies.
tight days elapsed, llie happy pair were
enjoying all the delights of the honeymoon
when t late in , the evening,the priest rushed
in,' declared had just: discovered , they,
were: blood relations, and that ;their 'nor..<
riti,ge was elinsecinently ,null for want : ofa
dispensation. The' couple burst out laugh
ing,. protesting that - what was done could
• not be undone. His reverence •wag inex
oralle4-ordered thinti to' separate, and, -in
fact, divornedib'eth until the dispensation
could be proturef.,'mennwhile the shepherd
kept a'atrict'*atch over his erring sheep,
and they were toinpelled to be content with
the sighs and caresses;of a mere courtship .
When the dispensation arrived: D. and his
dulcinea; chanced to - be at a neighboring
cabaret, drinking to their coming second
wedding. The priest rushed tritunphattly
in; .without :losing a moment, a neighboring
abbe was summone4 a few prayers were
murmured, the wedding benediction given,
and this time the pair were_ edded strictly
according* the rules of:the , church: in - a
cabaret, standing over a stove With a couple •
of glasses of :eognac in theirshands. Atter
the ceremony, the cure of course took his
petit 'verre, and &pally, of cobrse, claimed -
tive francs as.the fee for the dispensation.
- • A NI
Jew (Vicar Toy.
*new opliAl toy calledt he kinerscope is
on stile `in PAris. It ;is a rnicro,scopie 'repro
duction of, the zoetroPe, so Kell knOwn
with Its most remarkable feat bre is that
the objects in mOtinn appear .solid. 'Phis is
;obtained; according to the &len tijies Review,
by.making use of the microscopid
graphs 'encased in a little - apparatus some
thinglike a Stanhope lens, and destined to
bower)] attached to the watch chaitt as an
,corrithileat. 'The effect of motion 18 prbdtic
,od by the rapid change of position of two,.
Images only. • :The little fitstrunierd,,Orpr
,nament, forms an eliptical medallion;' and.
;thp two:phottmicrostoplc cylinders:6cm*
the, c e ptre. : beirwperpendicul a r to the thick
, .... . .
-e B / 3 . 0 P the. Medatilion.q* They repreisent the
ante object in'twoliositions. :The affect is
prWuoca by a *cry Whip's Mechaniitin.: The
..4 ,114 phohi-microscopic Cylinders at e eft 'cased"
in a :guide ii.urrosmdedr, by 'a 'attatchout
; rneuthra hcv
,orv, which , in -placedetertical.
` o.4l .terininating ha a Inittim, -which is'out
side the medallion. On looking through the('
central aperture of, the naedallion one. of
,thOliMigea only is,seett, but on pressing the
'liuttpii , with the finger,' *hick pressiire Is
botumuniostea to the caoutchotic membrane,
the telative positions of., the two cylinders
is chariged and the second image succeeds
the first before:thalatter has ceased to affect
the retina: i
~ , .
, Trut,Pnatiur litorr-crlins 'de not meet
the apProbithin of. , Captain : Sherrard Os.
borne, whe has had great experience on this
,subject, hatitig bitilt a ntthaber of armored
;vessels. and taken .. thein . out 'ln the China.
..Beas. Captain' 'Osborne criticise's very
Sharply the conduct of theie who have pre.
vented Ihe 'full , arid free discueslon`of the
question in Parliament. • Ire - dc.clares 'that,
t iShoeburyness experiments have!effeetti-
Oly, denionstrated the usel€ssnessOrthg,ar,
rnor plated b roideide.'"Thkltoiti ship, wll4 l .
fig leaps;; "for ' Warlike. purposes, supexcede
tall ri?oderistruettiree i its uttletlenimatelity.
~superior; strength and comparative, cheap.
im.uess,,plaee. theliquestlon', beyond ell donht.
!l i bel big gun of. to-diy. of , twenty tens, and
the i stilt iargeronkot%toimoirOw, prObably
'Brix tons, . render It a Certainty that the turn Avitb ElOre. or:lees/turret for a shield,
ITiYibet.ttite natal artnatienti:,Whatever the
.."4;i 11 tgnt m a fie'upotywhiebtheiy ere to be
lottd4 • Wheattempt to fight , l2-lon ;gone
!'on tlik ,hroadaidethsi n'earli' Waite day.
'The; nextend ' , the kit 'gide: reviilutkui to
kW tchlered"fittnirtneti44 l l4ar, is thelow
qteethlarti:ed; misty tenni' armor ob . weasels'
Intended •Ao 'fight: on i llntf of liattlei , or to
00a39,1igall. fortttleatlene." .‘ Tfile latter
"principle.has" been, In the opinion of the
Millter,r,oaßK9l.lv aqglested, t,. From the
itheig,re*r t ke t .1t ; will , . the perceived that
Oapialu 'Ahem:lk sfirOositelk the : Idenitor
;Pplelz,ol ofArirting-Y4lBeblefira. .'.r . c" . 1 r..
; L . 177-4Hi1p.,..,..4___4..„4-; -,
'.. ;0,. 1iT.441,, elithijutOpointrimidireiand,
...he. enell4l.,hvar, spgmleddiyianfiluesh A?
g i t 4 . • i: .4;fulst! funclettiseit.passage !would .• , I
r 1 P.O.teeeit grtAztetttitirefittidilki . -0 11
• 'l rt P P ..-fc * .ttit /1144;0fa VIM)* a IC
1 s ) l ': ' ) 'PrA - ,.4ed it)hoititakian Ali' SIM
,o" • ,It i
n 1 . y.rti E-i- , :a tit 1 I P. -5',.,• VdriWtf•llll , -I ' 7 '• , 4 fl , :‘'' ik
MO C il9;tlii bit , ;0 , put 4:0,4. at - ffirra:;(v.i.:‘,.,\ i xi, tst; . l , 3 0
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PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1868
„ . .
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN AWlmuLt..
TEETH ARE ORDERED,
A. FULL BET POit $B,
AT DR..scol rs.
aws rams amErr, an ikoa extova RAND.
ALL worm NPARE.ANTED. AND
AM EXINE SPECIMENS OP GENIIutE Vt LO j .
FOR GAS AM) 014
Jac/ received, the fineet,and largest neilortment
ever opened In this City. •
WELDON,* KELLY, .;
WoOD STREET, COR. *ROM - ALT..
CEBTENTAP 'STONE - &0
. , ..
HYD RAIULIC.CEMENT. i
• SOAP STONE. -...' . .: ;: -...: - •
- - - ,PLASTER., DER TOPS,
WATER PII' 2 5 ;
, HERBY ir.. COLLINS,
inne:o7o , '
2 5 I:ITCH:41 street.
ODRAULIC CENNTIRAIN PIPE,
:Meatiest and best rine lit tlieinarliet.' Also, Itt)-
B.I:NDAI.E.II.YDEAI7LIO oEpapykfor sale... '
. .. . •
. . .
• ' .
B. 'IL' &C AL BRArlliEn. CO.
~. . . • •- • .
Office and. Manufactory—sl49..ll2BECCA. Err.,
Allegheny. air Ordera by rnall Asti:a:aptly attended
NEA'A' BErIBO NADI*
WHITZ AND Siam MOSQUITO EAR
LAMER , AND DENT% ECAII4EI/4 UNDER
- WEAR; PALAt EARS, LINEN PANS, MR.
PAYE; , HEAD NETB; LINEN, H.A.2ID- ,
ittlICHTEps, DADE 11.4.NDium.
clasps. EAD3RoIDREED HAND
AND CHILDREN% ME-
IuNO , HOEac.. in=
LINEN , ;AND -
A splendid assortment, , for Ladles =ld Misses
BULLION FRINGES, SEWING SILK FRINGE
Also mall line of
BULLION, to Match
We have now n MI line of the DIM
DROP Sis..l.lC , _ TB] HAND
JOCKEY cou,e.a, DICKENS COLLAR..
DERRY oorzaa. •
We woula espeMilly Invite the attention
bbers to oar, Wholesale Department, as we our
goods at lownst eastern market prices.
. 111 ACIUTht . GLIIDE- & CO.,
' 719. and 80-Blarketlitteat
AT JOSEPH HORNE COOS,
DAILY : 44IiIIt4L OP
AMOUR° lIDGYNGB AND FLOUNCINGB;
HAMBURG lINSERTINOS: -
SWISS EDGINGS AND INSERTINGS;
ER rE s s, COIFFEURS : AND I.A.B.ariat:
Lit.INN - COLLANS AND CUFFS..
SuPBR STODT.ANIS SUPERFINE COTTON
• • ANO.ItEItINti 1-2
K'to AND BISSEs' tiE, In Lce, Lisle,
Silk and Cotton, of 1./...5t•-Engliall and Ger
DO3IEsTIC FIOsTER at rery low rates; .
ALEN,ANDRE'S KID GLO VES, a
new llue lust reeolved.
- A tall lissortznent of BULLION AND SIDE
TASSEL FRINGES. --
!MAD FRINGES AND TlifitAflNGS:
TRIMMING RIBB ONS AND SATINS;
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.'
ISP ILANV, Q O OIIS.
mostly reduced rates.: • •
New ortyle RATS—Ludter and Ulm&
CRAPES— hIALINELL IHYrTIC,D NETTS:
MILLINa EY LAcEs, •
BONNET BLUES BRA.MEB
sulcuolyzis ANA SHANEA ROOD 4,
77 and 79. Market fitre - tit.
, PLACRITSI &
No. 19-Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS • GREATLY: REDUCED
okArip.Anzil JULY IST.
119 or imars. (Lailies%) lbreoc
LINE N; . HANDEEBoitizirs, 3 for ea
,4R, 01.0 V, (wittrail ....... . . 1:00
gArsit coLLAns: . "
. . T .. ... . .... ... .. . . o
54O0:idiwspoth. COTTON, (gt;0•1) ... •
• . .. 7 ... 5
r : C;1 , 0 Eld'r11001113, worth 5 00.. ..... .. 25
12221,5 JEAN. ...
4# . k4lP BothiriP and Hata at Halt ftt.
d & CIMILIVTAM '
p n , •
--: -_ -
lye W _- _
.z - PAiX lit E R
la the put,
417 EP ,-,9 *-74.4 } ,
„hz _• • I
Li J. f
4G-9210 001 D S
TgEollo4..f r •: PHILLIPS.
.ke3); • EI9L.:4IIAILKET STREET,...B7.
AnßumNoT, sumo & co.,
DRY 00DS NVI
. 1- OSLE.Ity, and GLOVES.
i Na - ISOUSe; '
‘ P° 4
H 1 N an o. 9.4.la Spoo ln D resl4
TR lC lorr 'l* , 4314:14:4149 :,
Th;rd door &bore plOtioid i
; Pypid9lJll4:4ll. PA.
w.. 111 1.011 HAt..
- C 4 . l #o4o4o4:4o:Bakery
. 2 ' oo ISMITIMUCLD 871145 T,
• 5 1 !IY 4 1 4 1 1 /! i f 1 , a ..
- ,! :) ,i, gwiiinazzau tir r, ,
Ewer cakij i • 1 3 1 44 1 4 Vinitiinir
~.,, ,;„ ..,i,
* J,....p.,D W J, WnrC,'l' • itt ) 1,1
)'„ PB4lQHDWilgatiCL'intirri!ll NU*
70:740, earner Federal and itains cat oin siree
r. ....___Mr• anatastlY oa kan , i .
t,:.Pumer.; ?”-}:., ,:.•,;; or,: 1- -lit , f ' i lf ,
',...,', :,) • ;,.- 'lt 'l' ‘ , l , ''::! 1 : iq'W• L i' :.:2 - • '. ' 4J(
AT. wair. sEitu -- 7 - 7Lv ,
be Enna a Large Stock of
PILLOW CASE IitIBLIN.
8 If , TTxa CHECK.
4:t . )
N TABLE DIAPER,
• LI , .
. . .... . . .
Tb WELS, TOWELII4G,
`HOkEY COMB QUILTS,
lI4LMOR6LL AND HOOP SKIRTS,
WRITE AND COLORED CORSETS.
GENT'S :WHITE SHIRTS,
HAT!, IMBEIONec movarms.
EXTREmax LOW BRICI§3,
Whiksale and Beta%
AT WM. sEmpi.k!s;
180 & 182 Federal St, Allegheny
LINENFO It PANTS.
J. 111. lIDICHFIELD 8i
No. 52 St. atfr 841
RAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
WRITE LINEN DRILLS, for Pants.
COL',D & STRIPED for Pants.
STRIPEDAHD FIGURED. SHIRT LDIDNII,
tack all new and CHEAPEST IN THE CITY
No. 52 St. Clafr Street.
SIPRE.D. WRITE AND BLUR FRONT. •we
87. PLUMMET STAIEET.. Q 7 ‘
TO CI-.ooBlil STOCK cliz,
87 MAILIiZZ STREET.
5 WOOD ST. ll
Na. 116 'Wood St., Pittaborgh, Pa.,
IC UIC 6. I4Ej4tA&I..V.
AT LOM4fil':EMThm PRICES.
McCA*DLESS & Clt,
(Late Wllson, CiFr ce.,)
WEIVI4FAALZ DE4.IX,RB IN
}leaning to. the- above.. the underulgued • take
pleasure to statlug that they will continue the -
LOURING sLiss AAII PICTURE, BUSINESS,
urcUen et where tba ll o atgd h to niter St 86
into to p
J. Z. OILLESPEC Lk CO.
An Infallible remedyfor Summer Cozonlatnt, Thar.
rhea, Dysentery, Vomltitng, Sour hatomaelt and
cholera 31orbus. '
DR. HMIS' CRIMP CURE,
A speatdc tor Cholera,
.Crarops and Pain In the
Stomach. ter sale by.
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
SOHOONNAKER ez SON'S
PURE WHIT.p, '-LEAD,
McCOVS YERDITER GlitEEtt,
TbgonlY. green mini tbat will not deteriorate by
moe bosart, It will look better, last longer and give
more perfect satisfaction Limn any palut in the.
100. WOOD 5T107.1.:T.
pa SILVER PLATED WADE,
! PARIA N STATUETTES,
, 'BO lERITIAN WAIN, r
'GODS,r STAPLE .A..ND RANDY -
' a great variety.
RXCHARD MARRED & CO
SING OUT SALE!
AT M'CORD & CO.'S,
• .... -468.
/MUER . nt •
iLll.7re,, cA.PS Arm.
&Is*, Macurticturer„ Wholesile fina Retell Nealer
In TRUNRS, VALISF,S. &c., No. 13.5/.1 &NUE.
YIELD STNEET, rittebur&h,,Pa.
!were nmrrintly 1111i.4and outtlefaction guaranteed.
T i l i ginfe tT A MERICAN CON
Tr. 4 1 Li51 4 0 44 71F•44 - • •
Blame cAB_SOL AB SOLUTELY • THE 'HEST 'FAMILY.
MACHINE IN THE .WOltt.D,_ AND ;LILY
'TRINSICALLY, THE cHEAr,k644'..
SasAirents wanted foetal 'um MaCP, II O. - • • • '
for Western -Pennitteati
Corner ile - rn AND MARKET STREETSt ov er
Rlehanisoe's Jewelry Store. - y2B
m , 4 0ui
DYER 4 0 INT} SOO s• a ; •
ELJ. WOR, 'n
4 :• •
jur g to ej *
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.--5aradee•'i , . ,, C4 1 74 31 01 1 A114.4.A. - ..; . ,,," .. : '
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Noelee Is hereby given that the arta of
STIg/CKLER & HORLEDGE was dissolved by mu
tual .consent on tae lot day .of July, A, D. 18813..
All debts line to said drm will be paid IO CHARLES'
H.MORLEDGE, by whom all debts due by the Bxm
will be paid, and he Is authorized to sign the firm ,
name inuquidation.. J. E. STRICKLER,
• C. H. MORLEDGE.
Having sold out my ,Interest in the above estab
lishment, !cheerfully recommend Mr. 3101ELEDOE
to all my friends as an honest, upright .business
inan, and hope that they will continuo their kind
&Torii anftaixonage heretofore bestowed. -
J. E. srawKLER.
IRON CITY.. PILE MILL
C. H.IIOBLEDGE Proprietor,
Fifth Street Extenidon, I
Deisler In Vnadulterated RatalC COP
FEES. SPICES, and Concentrated
SOLU TION.—The Partner
i.," ship heretofore existing hetween the sub
scribers,. under the firm of
ANDERSON, COOK &
teasis day dissolved by zriutuaLconsent. The;bust.
of the late tirm will be settled by our succes
sors, Messrs. ANDERSON & WOODS, at the °Mee
of the i'lttaburish,Steel Works..
The and ersiamed haying 'disposed _or his Interest
In the late Arm of ANDERSON, COOK Et CO., to
Meseta,. ANDERSON a WOODS, begs leave to rec
ommend his sttocessora to the patronage of the cus
tomers of the termer tom. J. W. K.
Plttstmrgh, July 25tb, 11365.. WO
TVISSO)LIOTION OF . AP'ART-
NtItSHIP.--The Partoerahf p "heretofore ex.
latlni under the style
SAMUEL BASTT N GS co'
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, AMID
ICWIble withdrawing from the firm. The business
will be carried on as usual: undeethe old name - of
8.. EIABTIN6B a 00.; Shirbepters . and Builders,
corner of:West street and trorth Avenue. The bud
fleas qt 1,1,4 014;41.kv.hpie, sewed by the trader.
• LUST/NG& %
6th._ 1886. ythefil •
.• , • • • ,• •
The. undersigned !INF associated With hint in
truthless, datint Yrom April Est. - 1868.,1d.r.
PEED . S. WALL. his on ASA'S. OILLISPIE a me
LOIIIS•ENGLERT. The style of the- trio to be J.
J. GILLESPIE & CO.
.• •J. J. GLLLESPIE.:
n 1 7 9 :P93
300 WOOD STREET.
zoo WOOD 0101E1'
HATS AND CAPS
AT REctucal Palm-
TWO HOUSE Al4ll LOT on:Carroll street.
Allegheny. Thlsroperty will be sold low, as th e
pony Ls about !sang the city, and wishes to dispose .
of th y Ls
bore removing. •
SAW MILL, TiD DWELLING ti ousts, TWO
BARNS, vith_goc FARM, and about SOO res
timberland. Thlaroperty will be sold low. Cash
10,500—balance t time to suit buyer.
FARM OF 120 .CIIES, will be sold for twenty
dollias per acre. kprovements con:amble frame
house and good bat; 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 L'RES, near the line of railroad;
very well located s r raisiug stock; improvements
are god and
g-sura in. bstatial; 100 acres of the land in
mead o ow and _ •
CITY PROPERT: —Will sell a itood.brick house,
containing five loon, at . Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and would - rent forte amount in alt. years.
A LARGE LOT p (*ROUND, having a rived*
front and very cononient of
TANNER], convesent to the city, and having a
well egablished cusma or local trade coma . .eded
therewith: agood dwiling end fortyacres orlon&
FOUR LOTS in Slrpsburg, near the railroad:
would make a_good cri yard.
situßate OTEL FOE SAL/ That fine Motel property,
the Blarville Junction, containing
fourteen rooms and he necessary outbuildim
with three hotel f Arden and (nut tes.
well locatewil - be sold low, as t he proprie
tor wishes to retire (ml business.
- - -
One large Hortse, for3oar3ing House.
One new Brick Howl 8 rooms:
One new Brick Housof 4 rooms.
One new Brick Houser 3 rooms.
One House ot 5 room and lot 55 by 14.0. •
One House of 7 roomand lot 150 by iao. -
Two new Brick Honer. 11 rooms each.
• t w te a newns Framerralc IVoo n 4 l r oo m. each; l a k -
One new Frame Houe to Wllkinsbarg, having
• six rooms and laradot, well suited for garden.
7 acres that can be Witted Into acre lots.
5 Lots InDakland. 1: •
' Power and a Isrge - Rom and 'Yird for rent, Ins!
,e n od location. Will berented for short or 14)4;
F Ard, OR LEASE OR BAL Lots on street,
• - :-3 -M
thi WANTED--3,000 fes of Flagging 3 to 4 Lecher.
TO LOEM—SSO 000
3. W. COOK.
No. 91 Grant
O R PHANS' COMP SALE. t
algae of ah o ' rderlf the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny conntr, dated :he 31.1. th day, of July,
less... the Executor of A. 1.012. RUif2F, deceasett,
will sell at. •
On the lireraises, In the S'ity Of Pittsburgh, on
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19T8, 106 S,
that certain Lot stGr alttusted
in the old Binh, aurd, /
BOTINDED AND pESCLIBEIS 'AS FOLLOWS:
. . .
Begituling at the easter!. corner of Lot. No. 79,
on Penn street; extending tad running ,thence caul—
wardly twelve (12) feet to a polo-- equi distant
from Lots Nos. 79 and 81 and ruuning thence at Oi l ;
right angles with Penn stret ova line cunt distant.
from and parallel with the lneof . Lots Nos. 30 and ,„-
81, one I:rendre-4'feet. to atelier thence westward - ,t- - •
ly the din La , CO of twelve net to lot number 79, and ,p;
thence by the line of said lot the distance or one •E . _
hundred feet to.Pennstree, the place of beginnings . -
The conditions of the lbw& Sale are as follows: •
11% 000 esah, 'the balaneeln two annual paymenta,
For further particulars Inquire of JOHN- W.:
TAYLOR, Esq., No. 73 Omni. street, or • ,
JAMES M. TAYLOR Eteattor
9 0 009000 - RAC, ES OF
CHOICE LAMS . FOR SALE,,
tTnion /Wei .Itaitrocid 'comps nl,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO $6,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEAstey.
For t a rt . l3 Fpartthrlars, ambit, addresit
• JOHN P. DBVIIRROX2'
Land Ciiminyasioner,. Topeka, Ems;
Or ORAL B. LAMBORN, Sed'y, - •
BUILDLNG LOTS FOR . SALE, IN
a LLEGfIEN. CZ Y.
The Executors of the late General ftolitnson
s,:11 - • •
-Five Valuable Building Lois,
situated on the'. Nov h Commons, eatiti lot 21 by
fox/70 feet., .Theselins are am lag the mast desirable,
.irtvlttitti toy° lir E had•lti the city.
Apply a the office of
.1011 N D. ROBLNSON,
.le3o 538 .7 •
Novl Federal Etreet, Allegheny.
FOIL SALE. , .
REITIIIII DRIIG STORE, •
Ina thriving town in Washington county. Penna.
Corner of Liberty and Wayne streeta,
A SALE St.' TO. LET.--EFouseli
•and Lots for sale in all Darts of the ell/. and su
e.• Also. several FAIDIBB in,good loeistiona.
Also, s small WOOLEN FACTORY, with 510 acres
Wised, and• good Improvements, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business HoUsea
to let on good streets. Privrte Dwelling Houses for
rent in both pities. For further particulars inquire
. . . /10 Grain street. opposite CathearaL
FOR ItENT--ther leasehold for
term cit about nine years or a Two•StOry
came Dwelling House at corn. rut Union Avenue
and IVater streets, Alleeheny, (frontluie e.ast Com
mew) having 7 rooms. 2 nails and ,arge bath room.
Isacelleut range In kitchen: hot and cold water up
stairs and down; good cellar- Covered porch Ira -
front and at side of house. serape arbor. Lot 41)
by_SO sect. Possession 'soon. if desired.
For terms apply to B. MeLAIN et . CO.,
jvl7 !.No. 54 Smithdeld street.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
t o . • ~..
D4r.11 /If ALL acLArna OP
• tELF Ti?ltteco mu) sEt 4 42B, 2 1
so ifilXTll STREET, (Nattopal Bank of Opal.
Sraaeb of rrs ,
Water 4reet rr
N. Y. z
apcnn . DANIEL V'. DIN-AN.
It. & w. .7-MIME
. • Irsanfacturen and Mil l ers In
Tobacco, Snuff CI 'PI
gars, pop. &c
.6 IrglioiliAL ST-.
THE RAKE - "IVIiu)01/An
...._ • • , . -
- -- P A TENTED T 1866 'Anup 11461. ' ' •' •
I . .
Is the best Rake made. it will rake ;Wavier haw
arm it further. load and unload Itself easier than
any other rake...lt is selltwoeraUngt . ehlld 8 'Velar* '
old Can (kith° work of a full baud. Hundreds of
nertbicates could be given. oue of watch Is btri •
, LoinAjzoitrleDo.,,__Pa.; Jai/ 5. 186 T.
t'l have used the
Wallas Day hake, J11M111.016. •
Lured by W. W. , iurh, Pa., and reo- .
Au?oinntend lt loDnuterse ft la good In light aria hear"?'
is e/417 elk fliall and horse; is a. oonnuete itka-i,
er sun IP ana 411 56114 Is simßlo; in construutk .: ,
an easilykeptla order.; - '.
$ ~. . .7stEra A881101a..E4
All entire directed 't o 319-Llberty week , Pittil-
burgh. la.'. tor at the'works in Columblana,
PromPisl/ atleade4 to., Bold w W holesahrand -zeta!) bi ,
Ilkinl old/melt earl, as su pply Is sho W rt.
,• f -,..-:$ ...i . 1 '` ' inTgani/VT - 2 ,
FOR SA.I3--REAL ESTATE,
IN SUM OF 15,00 AND-UPWARD.
AT 10 O'CLOCK f A, M.,
St —Louie. 3111seaurL
HA BRIM it EWING,