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A writer in Harper says: Rousseau said.
that no woman_ with 7 fine teeth could be
ugly. Any female mouth almost, 'with a
good set of ivories, is kissable. The too
early loss'of the first, teeth has an unfavor
able induenee upon the beauty and dnration
of the second. ; The youngest children
• should accordingly be made to take care of
therd.,7. All that is necessary "is to brush
them several times a day with 41. little ordi
nary soap or magnesia and water. Grown
people should clean their teeth at least five _
times in the course of the twenty-four hours; ;
on rising in the morning and going to bee
at night, and , after each meal. A brush as
bard as can be borne without pain should'
be used, and the best of all applications is
pure soap and water, always lukewarm.
After eating, the particles of food should
be carefully removed from -the teeth by
means of a toothpick quill or wood, but
- - never. of metal, .and by, a thread passed now
-and again between = the teeth. Tooth powd
ers of all kinds are injurious both to the
• ' enamel - ; and the "giants; and if employed
everypartiele of them should , be removed
from the . , mouth by 4a/ireful, rinsing, The
habit:which some women have.ef using a
bit of lemon, though it may - whiten the•
teeth and' giye temporary
; firmness and color
'to the gunta,. Is fatal to the enamel, as are:
, acids." No one, young or old, should
tinn_their jaws into nut-crackers. and it is
_`'dangerous even for women to b ite off, as
they often , do, the ends of the thread in
'sewing. It is not, site to bring very hot
fond or drink, especially if immediately fol
, lowed by , anything cold in contact with the
teeth. i , '
Wholesome gums are more essential even
than thelteeth to the beauty of the month.
They, should .be of a firm texture and a
lively red ;-color, and well spread over the
base of eitelitooth, but they are often pale
or livid,'-ihrunken; fleshless, and Sometimes ,
even ulcerated: The excessive use of sugar,'
and'eandieb dOcizreat mischief. ,It is not
only the,bneeffect of the acids produced by
decomposition, but the grittiness of
these substances which wears away the gum,
lnireS4he roots of, the tooth, and spoils the
:mouth.: Thislis the chief danger of the use
of tooth powders. Livid gums will be bene
-fitted by occasional; but not too frequent;
hard rubbing, and pricking with a toothpick
: ;jairitil they bleed slightly.
A Chinese shave and shatapoon is thus
described by a correspondent of the Chicago
"The operator took a razor, andstrapping
it upon hisleg,:began to cut the beard from
any face without having lathered it. , Upon
my suggesting that a little lather! would
1 . prove beneficial, 11 replied that it - wits en
tirely useless, and had a tendency to make
thellair stiff and tough, and therefore wag
never need by persons who had any
knowledge of the human face divine and
appendages. I,'pertorce, acquiesced in, the
opinion expressed, but would rather be
shaved twice with soap than once without.
Afterthe beard had been taken off, and it
was done inn very short time, the barber
took a long, sharp, , needle-shaped spoon,
and began to pierce my ears. He explored
every avenue, and brought up, frum nu
' nierotui little crevices, bits of wax and dirt
which had been accumulating theie since
my childhood, for I • never submitted to
each an operation before. , Having be.:
-come satisfied with picking about my
tars, the barber suddenly twisted my, neck
to one "Odell,: Midi alnitfinet that it etsCked,
as if the Vertibrie had' been dislocated.
on!' I shaded,' alattned.for the safety
-` of my neck._ 'MI-right', replied the tonsor,
'me no hurtyou,' and he continued to terk
.and twist my neck until it was as limber as'
an old woman's dish-rag... He "thenZfell to;
beating my back, breast; arms and 'shies,
with Ilst. and pummeled thb muscles un-.
7athey 'fairly glowed with the beating they
had received. He pun dashed:a bucket of •
water over me; and haying dried my skin
with , towels," declaied„ that his_ work was
done. I dressed myself, and having paid
lay two cents, walked away, feeling like a
new man. • The sensation of -- soeenesa• was
gone, and - one of, elastiCity remained.
retOly never felt'better in 'my life, and m ust
say that hallin - hbar finder the hands of a
Clines's barber would be far better than . a._'
glass of, soda after a night's debauCh."'
A' Hint to Cities.
It is said that the grand metamOrphosis o
the city of Paris, which has been going, n
for a year peat under the directien of;llaron
Hatumeman, has not increased the taxation
of thateity. ' Whetf it Is reflected whet im
- memie changes the'Biron has :wrought—
how he took. hold' of that, citt of narrow;
•crooked streets, running la objectless dine
floss, the whole city,, haying groWn up
gradually through the cameo • with 'about
as much general plea as emit old homestead
to which each-;succeeding generation 'puts
here an" additiOn, thewan out.hoose,
,finally, adds another story—when we reflect
on this; and think what tlie Baron`has chine
—how be ha.. remorselessly cut his streets
• through all obstructions, built here a boule
-*cod, there a bridge, left space there for a
park, filled up this chasm, and cut doivn
---- that hill, and, in:fine, made Paris a city
with a plan, and :withal=: the finest .city
the world—we are amazed to hear that all.
this has been done without increasing the
taxation of thq ciiy. - _ • .
• 'The Isecret of it is simply this.: The
Baron, , for the Government, purchases "lied=
lots" situated in narrow and-inconvenient
localitief,;:turnathem into beautiful streets
and sites and sells them at a great advance.
• Thus we see that improvement,ev,eit in a
_ - 4etyr - poorly Imilt 4ty, if Well_managed; will
pay for itself. The realization this truth
, Is destined to make gr eat ' and :heneficent
&tinges in all our Ame rican
,; cities in iimea
to come. Real improvements.-will -pay, at
almost. - '
She of the stem 7
liowE large 'are ' the stars, and 'are. they
alike, or do they differ in size?: .;It, used toi
be conjectured that they are "somewhat simi
lar magnitude, presumably- about as great
as our sun, and that the differences, of ap,-
varent size-are due to differences of distance;
bat when astronomers came to dirictitei Mort
some of the smaller; stars are,thilliarest
our system, this Ides fell to the tietind:
Verman computer hart now, hewer*, cal
' actual dimepsions :of,Arro , par
tici:lbw star, and,finds that its;mass Is rather,
more than three times that fors,the- sun. •
• ThestarlikquestOnis of less thairlhe fourth
magnitude=a' &Mparativelr small one:
What, then, must be the size °titre ' Sirius!
And 4fddebarartclass? The v‘restbsi
iielectleri;for:tirti ditaiiiibirrtion was that it
is one of the issoponents of whst. Is ,aalled ,
~ P I P ITeTI 4 9I I7I t- M nittacTeYo;iinii i ibont •
, q,ch - othei like the sun ear plait - A
-7;4/M 'the — .
ottoned the ineinbers of suet:C. - it sisteut
,- aff=for the oppputatien.... The stain.
di in us Li million and a -quarter ,
twes•ihat. of ilm.3_,eltrtigrom the , latil, so that
light' takes twenty to travel- hither
from it- -0 4 4 0a Trefk
WHAT remain! pf.the bull of the' Mprn
ing Btu Was raises on Wednesday by the
'wreckers: was in goOd condition except
part'of the bow.
. ) Butler's Alleged “Extortlon.”
' ' gilt i' , " . tili . You allow me enough of your
apace. to prese..nt tile' facts in the matter of
1 aetCflutler's "extortion" of money from
Messers. Xlmberly Brothers ?.K. & Bros.
were BaltituOre bUtchers and sutlers; who,
up to the time .of Gen, Butler's' assuming
command of the Departm6nt ''of Virginia
and North Carolina, were in possession of
1 the most valuable location on Old' Point
Comfort Without havirig,paid one penny of
rent' to the:GoVernment, whose property it
was and i.. Supplying the _garrison of
Fort 'Monroe and the various ,bodies •of
troops passing up the Peninsula with 'some ,
articles they , wanted, and a great many
more they did not want and would have
been 'vastly better without, the Kimberleys
had'amassed a handsome fortune out of this
important privilege. Gen. Butler at once
determined, that -an arrangement so unjust
to the. Govarinient should cease and to this
end, appointed a Board of Survey, composed
of officers and business men, to estimate the
value of the franchise and assess accordingly.
The bonus or rent decided upon was that
which a ,number of merchants Stood ready
to give the moment the Messrs. Kimberley
should conclude to abandon. their enter
, prise, but which these gentlemen •now
claim was money "extorted." The other
people doing business on the Point were
assessed proportionately, but had not one
'word of complaint to make. It is only ne-'
misery to. show the so'hole truth in this and
the other charge.s and stories' With which
rebel malice asperses its most. feared :and
hated eneuiy, l to ;'demonstrate the' fact that.
1 the army had no coinmanderr who More
jealonsly . giarded the interests of the Gov
, ernmentJor who so economically adminis
tered its.behests, as Gen. Butler. VE.EI ThB.
Hew York, July 30, 1868.
BOSTON, July 29, 1868. —To the Editor of
the Boston Journal: , I see .in your tele
graphic columns a notice that Chlirlea' W.
Woolley and Kimberly Brothers brought
snit against me in Baltimore; in Other and
less accurate paper's that "I, was arrested."
The first is true, the latter not. The pur
pose of Woollefs suit is obvious. The tel
adds that the Kimberly suit.'is "for
money extorted from:them while I was in
command at Fortress Monroe." Both suits
were brought, by John . Surratt's attorney—
the latter in o'rder toxive occasion 'for the
telegram.' Kiinberly. Bretfiers' claim is for
rent paid by them for occupation of gov
ernment land.,4, Board of Survey reported
that all the occupants of government land
'Tor Shopkeeping purposes, should pay rent,
the am7nt of which the Board fixed. My
ProVost Marshal collected of the Kimberlys
(amenrothers,) and accounted for the rent
for which lam sued, and it is telegraphed
over the country "for extorting money."
This is a specimen of rebel slanders against
me, and rebel claims against the govern,
merit. All respectable papers unwittingly'
giving currency to Alms calumny will, I
doubt not, give place to the refutation. ,
BENJ. F. BIITLER..
HMAIf CaLLame?, of McHenry Town
ship, Luzerne County; 'Pa., was bitten by a
rattlesnake under rather peculiar circuni
stances. , He was wowing in a field when
the snake came in contact with the scythe
and was cut in two. They went on round
the field until they came to the same point,
when they went to move the snake out of
the way. One of -the men attempted to lift
it with.the point of the .scythe ' but failing
to do so, Hiram took hold of the piece to
which-the head Vrait attached, ,intending to
.jerk it away; but as quick as lightning the
head came back.and the fangs fastened in
liis thumb so firmly that he could not pull
it otY_except by bringing the piece with it.
They then put a bandage around the thumb
in order to prevent the flow of the poison
to..the heart. 'Bat in a' short time the swell
ing caused the band to bursL They then
tied it around his arts and again it burst.
As soon as , , it could be procured whiskey
was administered, but it was thought 'he •
• TIM Lippitt Woolen Company, at Woon
socket; has this season fitted up a luxurious
bathing room 'tithe mill, where are all the
conveniences of hot and cold water, and
everything pertaining .to such • a desirable
luxury.' It has also established the Lippitt
Woolen. Company Relief Society, which Is
designed for the benefit of any of the'; help
arlty may be sick._ The , mills corporation
pay weekly to its , fund, fifty cents, and the
operatixes, inch as , may• choose to avail
themielves of the benefitof the Association,
pays froni two to ten cents per week, draw
ing fiont,sl to. $5 per wcek in case of, die
ablity to ;labor , according to the amount of
weekly payments. A large portion of the
operatives are members of the Society, and
its practical and satisfactory worktng is be
yond a doubt. - •
A' mut in New Bedford is making three
whet:lied wagons and carriages, which are
much liked by those Who have tried them.
They - ,are sad to
_turn in less space and.,with
less danger of Upsetting than four-wheeled
A minimum in-Springfield, Masa., who
haa 4.bad habit of adding t`tle' to many. of
his words, told; lain Sunday, of 'those who
had been bronghtiip on: the_Ltird's side-ah.'?
4,6 PAPA[dar LOTION,"
'BEAUTIFYING THE SKIN. AND Com.
FinVel2l4ottfrgra:s... all , e7d. t . hfi lreti Pre d cki
rs t e h e e
Skin fatr and blooming. For Ladles la the
Nureery t le.invaluable. For Gentlemen. after
Altring,' it her no equal._ "PAPHIAN 'LOTION"
lithe only reliable reme dy for diseases and bleat
!alien of tli
• e.skin. • -; • • ,
PIEALOWS "PAPEIZAN SOAP"
For the Toilet. Weiser) and Bath; will not chap the
akin. yenta per. cake.' • • • •
A new Perftnne for , lhe r- Rindkerciilef. Exquisite,
dellegte, luting fragrance. hold by all Drugglsis.
JeSt NIELOAYS ok sox, New York.
• rh-iriri ' - •
.- • . •
IarnBATCHELOWS HA I YE.
tbfa *O,Y the beat ^ in the world;
the only rue and perfect , Dye: harmless, reliable,
Instantanewts; disappbintment; no ridiculous;
tints; remedies ;the 411 cleats Or bed' dram: blylito•
rates and testes the Hair soft and cautlful. bkiol
or brotofit. 'Bold by all Dm/stets and yerttuners; and
patty ApultedAtt , /tatehelont Witoratitory t No.
041011 d Meet. new, cot. ^ andlip2ll
arr6trion-71 , TW.
Y.ciong maid. to. frinpr 4 Yre•
oleo ' NPa,..._ilb E h rm'a e lr wt :i l a b erri .
tarouthanolsauirxmoutio7l 4) moat In U se s tled letter
Anvetopinkohne ofnbargn. , •A lti tinns HOWARD AS.
: riOdi oz r. flglad Atm, Pa. InYIB:43 1 /T•
_ . -
TWIN CITY SLATE CO.,
, manuip.cture s superior article of
c• 04 43 -Seventh St., Pitistnugh,
J. S. NE'WMEYER, Preet.
t e P- 171 '001 411 4 11 ,; 64 4 1 :..1.P. 1 ;'. -1140 1CDAT;i AU GUST 3, 1868.
Another Rebel Slander Ilefhted
SPECIA.L NOTICES. '
(;:.' ~ k+~ lY a tl7uPl ii ~lt ~~
That alter repeated trials or other. remedied' •oo
baeli's Stomach Bitters, Blood Purina and Apood
Pills are the beat medicines extant 'to Mire the die
eases - ter which they are ree,ommedded:
Sold by 1111 Druggists Everywhere.
There is no medicine in nee so ellicacons as Dr.
Bobiek's 'Blood Purl/let and Blood rub for the
permanent Core of. Blind or Bleeding riles; they .
strike at the root of disease, thereby removing the
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
'There is, perhaps, no onehig that has done so
much to promote the cause' of temperance as that
gentle stimulating tonic, Ropack , s Stomach Bitters;
theistrengthen and Invigorate without producing
the illefects of alcoholic stimulinte.
Bold,ly all;Draggists Everywhere.
Are Pills that hive a direct and powerpti attion o
Abe liver:4nd .relieve any Butettilty or congeate_
stater of that all hninFlant,
.organ upon which de-
Joedds tie whole process or digestion.. The import
ance. then. or prucorltur a - Pill that:shall 'have inch
direst action without effects mercury, is
manifest, 16 every pate; ' t ench Pills are ItobacVs
Blood pills; they are warranted purely vegetable,
and can with 'certainty be relied 11 0Mittid - * . are saib
at all times. -
sold by all Druggists liverfurbere,
Is but anotbei name for Dyspepsia, arni the parent
of many ilia. . Itobank's - Stomach Sitters taken" in
wina 7 glase=fulldoses, iiiirectly.aftio each meal, will
surely effect a perminent cure. Do not take our
Wortlicifit, bat try them. , • • r
'Bold-by'.ill.Druggists Everyw ere.
Is one of the triany illseases of which Dyspepsia, is
the parent. To effect a cure persona should avoid
hearty' toed at night. and take a Wine•elawwfull of
/Whack's &mach Bitters on retiring to bed..
Sold ty all Druggists Everywhere.
BIM — OVATE.
During the Bprlng months ft Is one of the , regular
household duties to renovate, and, ln thf.
city of other duties one's own self is. in a grist
measure, overlooked; thousands of valuable lives
Might be prologged, and many doubtless saved from
premature graves by thoroughly renovating , the
system with Dr. llobset's Blood Pills, Btoinsch
Bitters and Bliod Purifier. .
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
la one of the many rt4.rrous system,
arising froMa low state or the constletalonal health
or severe prostration after 14am cout ['clued Maness.
and requlnto Invigorating remedies', like Roback's
Stomach Bitters to restore the nervea to their natu
Sold Ojai Druggists-Everywhere.
: 31*f:111v: r >keg *1
The Agents for the sale of ROBACK'S BLOOD
PILLS, STOMACH BITTERS and, BLOOD PUB -
Tum are all Druggists exerywhere.
U. S. PROPRIEURY ZEIDICINE CO ,
MANHOOD: HOW LOST • HOW
RESTORED . ' J. , ft publieued iaTactlel eneet
oo-Dve Prior, come: - A 'LECTURE ON THE
NATURAL TREATMENT. and • !ladles' Cure et
Sperntatorrhcon, or Seminal Weal:seas, bavolnittary
E r ndialons, Sexual Debility sot( bilPodlotooto to Mar
,generally Norronsnya&, Consumption, Epl
lzy and Fits: Mental and Physical Ineapaelty, se
en ting Item Self Abuse, &e., by Robt. J. Culver
-11. M. M.D. author of die ."Dreen Book," &c. "A'
.BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS," sent
under seal; In a c plain envelope, to any address, post
paid, on societyi of &ix couts,or two postage .tamps,
to CHAS. J. . KLINE & Co., riri BOWEIW,
NEW YORK - PCOSTOFFICE BOX 4856. Also Dr.
Onlverwell 'a 'Marriage eivide 4 " pries, AS sent,.
mid:l:4MT . . L.-
MAN HOOD,, ,, —Another New
memicAt.•PABITHLET,-trom the pen Of
Die. tluggte. The Medical Time says of this works
A•Thls Valuable treatise on the i Candet and cure of
premature uiellsw, shows how health la Impaired
through /caret ribueee of youth and manhood, and
how easily regained. gives tt ch,ar synopst, of
the Impediments to marriage, the :term and etleets
cif-nervous debility, and the gemedley therefor." A
Docket, edition of the above 'will he Imo arded on
reoalpt 0123 cents, by addressing Doctor 1 - 1111-
114, dSNorth Charles direct, Baltimore, Md.
pRIcES OF TH
VARIOUS 'BINDS ; OF : GUNPOWDER,
IipLXVIFACTITEIED sr . THB
jr 2 rn POWDER CONPANT,
ARTHUR KIRK, Agent,
Offiee,,Na. 289 Liberty Street,
Electric. Noe. 1, 2,3,• 4 and 3 graha, in square
Canisters, 1 lb. alien,
Antericad liportlng, in Oval Oanlatert of '
melthl_ • •
aga 'cocotte& Noe. 1, 3,.3 and 4 'grain, in
'Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each
Indian 1313_,e In Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each... .
Kentucky In Oval Canisters of lb. eac h
EentuckiN tale In Oval Canister. of lb. each
(25 entib: Oval Canisters Ina case.) .
, hag lb., do.. do. doer
gootooky e s 777.0, 770, and "dealbObt.
to kegs. Ulna
iin ntuolig 11.ide. 773 ira, and "Sea Minot., - •1
Xenteceritide. '77*; end "Sea l
Ise 70: rep. 1.
Deer rowder_, in wags, sc lbe - .
Ilinlet end bkl7Vne Powder, Mining 7.,g7.
sr greiri, et easti,-in beg& 25 lbe sc
,Safety Fuse for Blasting gf superior Quality
fn gyirkagee fits Test line over ... . . .p t••• 1••• , , ;
."'Dilliered - free — of expense on board of 'Boit' or
• • ,
OP OR Stout,.
We are now noel-dug etuiloe' lot 'of 'Boitthern
Wheat front Tenney of :and: Alabama; from .which
owe are now tnnnutactuelnlt a superior , quality of
faintly Flour, equal Wake:beet brands In the United
grates. to whleh we Invite the attention of deaden
and Ooneutnere. Our meek. are sealed and branded
'*Orop of 1868, Pout Ste= Mill, Allescheal,': with
dale R. T. =NNW Y lino.
FOR SA,LE--REAL ESTATE.,
FOR SALE. ~ ,
• TWO licruskA AND 1,71 , on Carroll street,
Allegheny. This property W it be
party is abont leaving the city, and to
of the proporty before removing.
SAW MILL, TWO DWELLING clatrBES TWO
TURNS, wlth_good FARM, and about sod acres
timber Jand. This property will be sold low. Cash
gss.Boo—halsnce on time to suit buyer.
/ARM 01 190- O.RES, will be sold for twenty
dollars per sere. provements comfortable frame
house and good be •: 50 acres of the land clear.
ir,siou or 180 'RES, near the line of railroad;
very well located .r raising stock; improvements
are good and subs • tial; 100 acres of the land in
meadow and grain.
CITY PROPS'WiII sell a good brick house,
containing Ave zoo .• a, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and would rent fort to amount in six years.
A LAugrro LOW F ,OROUND, having a river
front, and very cons enient °faeces.%
TANNER'S., cony nteut to theetty, and having a
well established en torn or local trade connected
therewith; a good d oiling and forty acres of land.
FOUR LOTS in .harpseurg, near the railroad:
would make a Bgood .al yard. ' t
HOTEL FOR. SA E.—That tine Hotel property,
sitnated at the B trsville Junction, containing
fourteen rooms d the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres garden and fruit trees. This
well located hotel ill be said low,- as the proprie
tor wishes to ret • from business.
R , REIST.
One large House, for Boarding House. I
One new Brick House, 8 rooms.
One new Brick Hoare of 4 rooms.
One new Brick House of 3 rooms,
One Route of 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140.
One House of 7 rooms and lot 150 by 180.
Two new Brick Houses,ll rooms each.
One new Frame House, .4 rooms.
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms each..
One new Frame House in Wllklnsburg, having
six rooms and terra lot, well suited for garden.
7 scree that can be divided into acre lots.
' Lots in Oakland.
Power and a large Room and Yard for rent, ill s
good location. Will be• rented for "short or long
FOR LEASE OR SALE-3 Lots on Morton street,
thicWANTED -3,000 feet of Flagging 3 to 4 inches
TO LOAN--$50,000, •
IN SUM OF $5,000 AND "UPWARD.
APPLY AT .'
Del HATCH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE
, 1 , 1 .
p o is . , 91 Grant Sty Pittftiurs'
2,0009000 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, it,
$l,OO TO $4,00 PM ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEAR%
For further particulars, map', &c., addrea
JOHN P. DEVEREITX,
Lind Commissioner, Topeka; Kansa&
Or CHAti. B. lallißß,Brir, 9ec•y,
t: ` . Bt. Louts. Missouri.
BULLRING LOTS FOR SALE, IN
"itie iNecOtors of the laic General Robinson will .
Five Valuable linllan?. Lots, • •
Situated on the North e.ltuy.,r.,. •seh lot !114 by
170 feet. These trr, • desirable
fur private reside /re :n the city.
Also. the YA i 11 . 1“1+61 , . :Lod pair of Ilne l
HORSES. with I; te.
A;9ly a .theottic,.."
'MN D. ROBINSON,
jeKI:sWNo. 14 Fe deral Street. Allegheny.
F OR SALE. . -
A RETAIL DRUG STORE, 11
Ina thriving town in Washington county. Penns.
HARRIS & EWING,
Corner of Liberty and Wayne streets,
13"...q • )::3 Pittsburgh
- filOR 'SALE & TO LET.--Houses
and (.09 f.)r sale in all_ of the city and su
burbs. Alen, everal FARMS in good locations.
Also, a small 'WOOLEN FACTORI'r, with 20 acres
of land, and good improvements, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let ou good streets. Privste Dwelling Rouses for
rent hi both cities. For further partimilars inquire
lan 110 Grant street. opposite Cathedral.
11. 8. MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
• W. D. of Pennsylvania.
Prrisnormil. July 25, 1808.1
• accordance with an order of D. R. Nevin,
Esq.. U. S. Assessor of 93d District of Penna., I
- , rame to Public Sale. at the Custom House,
Pi 'tabu rdi, 1 a.. on IT Es may, the 4th darof an.
?List, DSOs, st. JO o•clock A. A., the .following de.
b.d proper:lr, to wit:
5011111. q. CUT AND DRY 'TOBACCO, contain
int ailout 3,700 lbs. sato Tobacco having been
seized April oth, 1888. by 1.1. S. Inspector H. R.
THOS. A. ROWLEY,
U. S. Marshal.
Ins accordance with an order of Henry A.
Weave& lest:. U. 8. Assesser lot 99d District of
Pennsylv lulu,' 1 will expose to Public hale, at the
Custom House, Pittsburgh, Pa.. on WEDNES•
DAT, the Bth lay of August, /888, at 10 o'clock
A. AL. the following' described property, to wit: •
185 BEDS. CUT 'AND DRY TOBACCO, contain
ing about 8,000 lbs.
18 BBLS,-FINt UUT AND DRY TOBACCO, -
(stripped, containing about 780 ibis:
Bald Tobacco having been seised April Bth, 1888,
by U. h. Revenue Inspector, George Keyser:
, ' Taft A. Rowut, U. s.marshai.
11. S. Marshal's Office, Julr 28, 1868.
FOR RENT—The leasehold for
•a tenn of about nine years or a Two. Story
neDwelling House, sit. eun ( fronting on Avenue
and Wafer streets. Allesbeny. M ist Corn •
mini/haying 7 rooms. 2 baits and •arge bsth room.-
kixceilent range in kitchen: but and cold water up
stair& 'and down; good cellar. Covered porch In
front and at side of !binge. larape sibor. Lot 30
try _SO test. • Possession soon. If•desired. •
For terms apply.to . 0. Id cL AIN 2 CO.
jvi7 No. 50 Smithdeld Street.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
115. FOURTH ST!_. 115. •
JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO.
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE.DROKERS.
- AHD AUCTIONEERS,: • •
.• • .
Are prepared to sell at Auction STOCKS,
HOUSEHOLD of SECURITIES, BEAL ESTATE,
FURNITURE, &a., either on the
premises or et the Board of Trade Rooms.
Perth:tiler attention paid, as heretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate , at private sale.
Sales of Real Estate In the countryattended.
No. fib FOURTH STREET. lreitee
$lOO . 00 . 0 1,
ON BOND. AND MORTGAGE..
, g a d m i timi Agent." 60 thaltheeldtreet.
I ,IIIIIEGARAY 1111STIVIUTE - ' •
ENGrAiir AND VASNoiI, •
• Voit,, , YOUNG''.ll:gig; • •
•'. • " ifaLtIDZGOD:tki! PM*:
.lov and 1659 senuck.sThEirri'PhilvAelphia,
Pa. will re.operin n MONlMY,liept4Slild. • french
is t h e h i nirmigc s of the hamar - anil• is ccinstantly
iPP/ 64 40: bbe AVA t in e tp,
jelanialorWn • • ,
o . • • ENTERS* BUILDERS; '
ILI4AII . Jr. Diva; •
, CARPENTER AND,ST-T,ltntit i
No. 3 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Apposite
High street... Pittsburgh, Pa. Residence, Co. 143
6r it t ici t u gtra tne twin' ueatnesa and dispatch. • All
orders promPtir attended to, and satisfaction war
ranted. . •
BANKRUPT NOTICES:, •
lIGNEE 9 S NOTICE OF AP
In the District Court of the tinned States. for the
Western District of Pennsylvania. In the matter
of C. W. PORTERFIELD, Bankrupt..
IN BANKRUPTCY. N 0.931
To IT/lON .IT MAT 00.1C8RX
The' undersigned hereby gives notice of his mi.:
pointment as Assignee of C. W. PORTE.I2I/EI.D,
of Tlarriscin' township, In the county ,of Allegheny.
and State of Pennsylvania, within said District, ,
who has been. adjudged a bankrupt upon hie own
petition, by the District Court of said District: .
Dated at Pltt6bargh, Pa., the I.Sth day of
A• D. 18138.
_J. W, KHMER, Assignee,
7Z0:t40- .A ttorne
WESTERN DISTRICT of PENN-.
At Pittsburgh, July 18th, A. D. 1868.
To-witon IT MAT CONCERN:
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
pointment as Assignee or SAMUEL J. NANKIN,,,
of the Borough of Sewickley, in the county, of Alle
gheny anE State of Pennsylvania, within itid Dis
trict, who has' been adjudged bankrupt upon his
own petition, by the District Court of said District
JAMES W. MURRAY, Assignee,
jpbt3s;iit Attorney -at -Law.
IVESTERN:DISTRICT of PENN
lePittsburg . the 22d day of June.,A. D. 11168.
The undersi ed hereby gives notree of his ap
pointment as Assignee of• JOSEPH it. .FRICKE,
of Pittsburgh, In the county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, within said district, who has
bean adjudged a bankrupt upon his - oWn petition by
the District Court of said district.
• JOHN 11. DAIDET, Assignee,
j..:r941c .. Attorney-at-law. 89 - Grant street.
WESTERN DISTRICT of PENN-:
At Pittsburgh, July 16th, A. D. DAS. -
To WIIOI.VIT MAY CONCieliN: - •
- - .
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
pointment as tAsaignee of IiODP.P.T C. SUTTON,
of the city and county of Allegheny. and State of
Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged bankrupt
uto t tt ri h c i t s . own .
the District Court of said
District. W. MUSICAY, Assignee,
• jy2o:t37-s Attorney-at-Law, 110 Fifth street.
PZSTERAT DISTRICT of PENN
SYLVANIA; 88. •
ittsburgh. the 18th daY of July. A. D. 1868.
The undersigned hereby glees notice of hia appoint
inent as Assignee of 0.1.101 WE idausaw, of
the city and' county of Allegheny, and-State of
Pennsylvania, within Bald Distriet, -who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own 'petition by the
District Court of Bald IlLstrict. ,
JOHN H. BAILEY', Assignee.
jy9rdlSod . Att , y-at-Law, 89 Grunt street
WESTEAN DISTRICT of PENN;
At Plttsourgli. July ISth, A. D. ISBS.
o mums IT MAY OCINCRILN: • •
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his sp..
pointment as Assignee of SILAS - J. Iic6INNIS, of.
the city and county of Allegheny, and State of
Pennsylvania, within said District, who has been
adjudged bankrupt. upon his own petition, by the
District Court of said District.
JAMES W. Si UREAT. Assignee,
Jr2kt36 H Attorney-at-Law, 116 .Fifth street
TN THE MATTER OF THE DI
VISION OF SCOTT TOWNSHIP INTO TWO
ELECTION PRECINCTS. In the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Allegheny coui ty, No. 551, Seinen'.
Der Term, 1568.
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, July 25,
1858, a petition was presented praying the aivislon
of sard Township into two Erection Precincts,—
whereupon the Court ordered notice thereof to be
given, and that the same would be finally acted upon
by wild Court on SATURDAY, Angitst 22d, 1865,
at which time all persons interested will be heard.
MORE4AND. MOORE & KERR,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
NOTICE.—In Pursuance of an
.s.rder of the District Court. or Allegheny
county, made the 18th day of July. 1867. notice Is
hereby given to the late , antlb•rities the several
Districts or Pittsburgh. cons , lldated by Act of As
sembly, approved April 6t.,•.A. IhB7. that the
Report of Commis•ioners appointed by that Court
to ascertain the indostedress, value the property.
end the separate indebtedness of said districts, and
fix a rate of apt clal tax for the payment thereof, in
compliance with the provisions of the before men
tioned act, will, on the 8 it DAY .IF AUEIUST, be
conflimed absolutely. unless objection be made to
the rate of special tax fixed by said commlssion,
and a decree made accordingly.
JACOB H. *ALTER, ;
kT OTlCE.—Letters Testamentary
. `having been granted me on the Ber ATE OW
MARY FAMiltErEit, deceased, all persona hav
ing claims against her estate will pn,sent them to
me, duly authenticated; and , all persons owing said
estate will make payment to me or my attorney;
JOHN W. TAYLOR ' No. 13 Grantstreet.
,Jtily 2d, 1565. yastl
ITRE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAIDROAD COMPANY have on sale at their
Office, trnlon Depot. littsburFrb,
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
TO ATLANTIC CITY AND CAPE MAYS
Enabling parties to vblit tikes° ponnlar bathing re
sorts, and return borne at a moderate ooat.
CAPE MAY PASSENGERS can purchase Ticltets
to go and return by alt Railroad, or they can arrange'
to take Steamer in either direction', between 'Phila
delphia and Cape May. • - :
EXCURSION TICKETS are also for sale at , the
above Depot to NIAGARA. PALLS, THE OIL RE
GIONS, GETTYSBURG, and numerous polnts , ln.
Pennsylvania and New York. .
AR- PAMPHLETS, containing Rill descriptions
of the various Excursion Routes by this Road, can
be had on application at the Ticket WIGS, gn the
Enion Depot. • - .
• W. H. BECKWITH,
jvins2B TICIENT 4GENT.
(Late & Rielietson,)
Nos. 221 AND 228,
Corner Liberty and Irwin Streetsj
• j Offer to the trade at. Low FlgureM, .
150 pkgs. of NEW MACKEREL, in barrels,
awes, quarters and kits.
100 chests choice YOUNG UPSON, JAPAN
I and IMPERIAL TEAS. •
50-sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
RS bbls. choice CAROLINA RICE. , •
75 bble. LONG tuL AND !SYRUP.
-50 bble.'S RUP,_cholee brands. •
100 itha.'N."o. MOLAUSES.' •
50 tibia. RERMUVA MOLASSES. '
200 bbls. REFINED SUGAR.
, 75 Mids. PORTO RICO. CUBA and DEKA
900 bags RIO COFFEE. ' - P. ,
50 bags JAYA and LAGUAY mi. COFFEES.
100 cued IMPORTED. CLARET.
250 cases MOET & CRANDON'S CHAM
' • .. PAGNE _
SCOTOK ALE and LONDON • POIgTEE con.
stantly on hand. •
100 teaks Soda Ash
25. " Pearl Aeh•
5 " rot Aeh;
• • 1,000 else Leadi , '1
-200 b h lL 7lit: ;Ve&meal;
500 "- Pot thcl Flre Olay; -
14 4 4 11 1, TF e1 , riet
Hamtr:ri C t e ge s oU:
sib " aoshea Cheese;
In More Ind for sale by t
JOHN 13: CANT4llitypint SOPt street:•
• q: 1 bui Yellow
s. :Mkt 'do do' Bnelled
due Prime 3 . 00 2 g.seap lnumlbs. DricdPe6 . •
• . ..;
. - • „
AS fiorgbam molasses.. , • •
10 bbls. Sweet Cider. ,`,.% •
00 doz. Corn Brooms,
In store and or sale by
- - tric,TZER & ARDdB
Jet . 10 Ifarket street.. earner 'First
EFINEDVGARS, for Preserv,
ing-7voi -home a' stock 'of Loverleg'ii
latustied d Folvorlzed Loaf and soft - White 2011
Yellow NuFfir. for sale loobf. the bartel or. at re
talt, at the iramllyGrotery Store of • •
. ' 4. A, HAW
1720, neirnfir Llharer ..not RENS
KLA VORIN G TB ICTS.-Bur.
nett% celebrated Flavoring Extracts; or Ice
am, Mane hinge, Lo for nlc by the dozen or
single bottle, -by JOHN A. ItENSHAW;
jytil t Var. Liberty and Hand atteellk
Office In Franklin Sayings Bank Dillama;
No. 43 Ohio St.. Allegheny.
• A Bo3lli COMPANy, managed by Directors well
known to the community, who trust by fair dealing
to merit a share of your. patronage.
_GEO. D. RIDDLE.
- DIRECTORS: I
Henry Irwin, 'D. L. Pat:croon, Ali , r.ty Gerwlg,
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz, ,Gottleib Fans,
Simon Drum. .J. B. Smith, ,Javob Rush,
W. X. Stewart, 'Ch. P. Whiston, Josnpb Craig, 1
Jos. Lautner, , I-I. J. Zinitang, 'Jeremiah liolzen..
STATEMENT OF THE,,
Ben Franklin Insurance Company,
For the year ending J•JiIE 30TH,
Cati3ltal $lOO,OOO 00 I
Privilege of increasing to 300,000 001
Premiums and Discount - 13,4721 37'
Paid Return Premiums as so
„Expense, includ'g Taxes & Commis's 3,481 71
Losses paid - 5,673 38
Amount of Outstanding Risks 757,908 33
10 Ftttn etmet.
Dash. on band
Bonds atd 3fortgages
stock Notes, payable on Demand
Total Assets.-- •
I certify that the foregoing is correct
jt - M:ta3 • GEO. D. RIDDLE, Sec's!.
OF THE GETy.O2 ALLEGHENY.
Office in ALLEGHENY TRIIBT conarA2nris
FIRE INSURANCE ONLY.
'W. 'IV. MARTIN, President
JAS. E. STEVENSON. Secretary.
A. H. English : 10.11.P.W1111ams duo. Thompson.
Jno. A. nlyler, •Jas, Lockhart, Joe. Myers,
Jae. L. Graham, !Rohl, Lea, C. C. Boyle,
Jno. Brown, Jr. Geo. Gent, Jacob HOPP.
IrSTERN INSURANCE CON.
ANY OF PITTSBURGH.,
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Office, 92 Water street, Spent Co. is Ware
house up stairs; 'Pittsburgh. -
Will in:nre against all *kinds of Fire and /Paine
Risks. A home Institution, managed by Director
who are well known to the community; and who are
determined by promptness and liberality, to main.
tam the character which the those assumed, as of
fering the best protection towho desire tO be
:Alexander Nimick, Jonn R. McCune,
R. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke,
" James McAuley, William S. Evans,
Alexander Speer, ' " Joseph Kirkpatria,
Andrew Acklea, . Phillip Renner,
David M. Long, Wm. Morrison,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITITSBURGH
OFFICE, 2 , 7..167,4 WOOD! BritEkT, BANK OP
This Is a Rome Company.,`and insures against loss
LEONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICE, Treasurer.
HAUB MeELHENY. Secretary. •
C. C. Boyle,
Jas. H. Hopkins, ,
AGAINST LOSS BY YIRI.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFICE; 438 & 437 CHESTIsiIIT ST., NEAR. 5111 t
Charles Jr. Rancher, Mordecai H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant Isaac Lea,
Jacob R. Smith, Edward C. Dale,
Feorge W. Richards'-. - , George Fates.
CHARLES G. - RANCHER, President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. STEELE, Secretampro tem.
J: GARDNER COFFIN, AGSMS. s
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.'
„DM,A LLEGMENY INSURANCE CON•
OiPIC,E, No. 37 ELFTH STREET, BARN MAXI(
Insures against all kinds of l? lie and Marine Blab.
JOHN IRWIN, JR., President. 4 .
JOHN D. IdcCORD, Vice President.
C. G. DONNELL. Secretary. • • .
CAPT. WIC DEAN, General Agent.
John Irwin, Js.
'John D. McCord,
C. G. Hussey.
T. J. Hosklnson,
PEOPLES! LISILTRA NCE COM..
0277 CE, N. Z. CORNER WOOD 3 FIFTH SM
A RonaVanipany, taking Fire and Marine Riaa,
Wm. Phillips, Capt. John L. Mazda,
John Watt, Samuel P. Shriver,
John E. Parks, ; Charles Arbuckle,
Capt. James Miller, Jared M. Brush,
Win. Van Kirk, Wm. F. Lan ,
James I). Verner Samuel Mcerickart
WM. PHILLIPS, President.
JOHN WATT President.
W. F. GAILDATEIi o Secretary.
CAPT. JAS. OUR ON. General Aseat.
AT REDUCED, PRICES:
AF TER JTTLY 4sT,
We Will offer oar present stock of
Wall hVeTS at Greatly Reduced Prices.
A large assortMent of SATIN PAPER.% for halls.
rooms, ceiling/e,4c., at
N 0.107 Mirket Street,near Fifth.
SOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.i
strnr HOUSE, .
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
re class Hotel winUpen for the season ott
Jtine• Terrailja so gm; 120 per week.
Address E. sc. THoa,mins. Proprietor
(Formerly of Congress Hsi!. Cape Island,- ande
,tro_ politan Betel, :Washington. 1). C.)
N. B.—The music wilt toe under the direction oi
Mr: CARL BENTZ. • 'e22:rb7
A NEW SUMMER , RESORT.
wog LASE . HOME; - Stanebora, Pa.,
(On the tine ot...lamestowit Franklin Railroad,
one hour's ride fr om Franklin.) This house le
J er re. new end commodious, well tarnished. hag
D awd .[ rooms; ten-pin *alleys and covered prome
nades. It la on the , banks of the moat
retry Lake in America. abounding In gab, u - ieTat
nimble for sailing purposes"; surrounded with Sul
phur Serino, romantic seenernlte. It Is the best
summer resort in the . State. Address:
. • NE: !pain. proprietor.
EC4ITLA.ND P • s sal• . •
• .. • .
i t o m ittCrEk . j t: ~..._Ornamental Hair
MIR WORIAst 'Aga, . 19 INgUlilift.lio. 1.118
street. , Dear gailtheeld. -Pittsburgh.
iierevan h alidAseaeltat , estortmeut of Ladies'
Ifkitia. uALEI;- Gentlemen's WIGS, _To.
.1; tICIATik MAD mums, BRAcamme.
&,,,,, - • A .geou.'Priee Sal . Cash 'WM be gist" fog
#AW . . ,
_ • .
' Ladiest Ina ' tentleinell's liar - putting doriel
thousgest Mauler. . ream,
oourritaii,:ifE r TLouß, &L.
--- Near Pittsburgh Grain Elevator ;
Nautafheturer of CORN NlCita 31 1 / 1 0 FLOUR at CHOPPED FEED. Orders de servile either ear
free of charge. , Crain of ail kinds chopped, sad.
Corn sheile ort short ttotioc.
OF ALLEORENY, PA.
3 3,976 715 00
. 14.634 861
. George Wilson,
' Geo. W. Evans,
J. C. Lappe,
J. C. Blether,
Crpt. Wm: Dem "
B. L. Fahnes
Robert 11. I)arla, .
Capt. i. T. Stbekdale.