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Far the Tlttsburgh Gazette.
A CAMPAIGN SONG, •
ADAPTED FSOM SCOTT
Arouse! arouse! the standard 11les,
The bugle sounds-the call;
The loyal flag floats In the breeze,
The name of Brant swells through the trees,
Swells from the lips of all. . .
From high Katandln's peaks we come,
A band of brother's true;
From Colorado's hills and vales,;
From California's golden dales,,'
The gallant boys la blue.
Tiiough Seymour's nilnlons cry for war
We kuow their ways of old, • -
They slept when Southern rebels.fought,
They held the sword, but used It not,
Their birthright's would have sold.
Ohl had they marked the warning call
Their fathertrs spirits gave,
Foul treason ne'er their ranks had mown
Nor honest patrlvts, desperate grown,
Dug tnelr dishonored grave.
Shall we, too, bow the stubborn head,
In Freedom's temple born,
Trenible with knee and shoulder bent,
Before a dastard President,
Or brooke a Seymour's scorn ?
No once again throughout the land •
We'll shout the watchword out:
Our votes shall prove attain to-day
That Freedom and Honor still hold sway,
Still can foul Treason rout.
Arouse! aroiuse for General Grant
And Colfax let us shout: '
We'll save our'natlon`s honor set.
Repudiate no cent of debt
And tiLng our banner out. '
—.Lake Erie has indulged in'a little water
...Weston failed again in a fifty mile walk
—The. salmontishing was a failure in Ire
land this year. •
—Hotel thieves have reaped rich harvests
this summer at S'aratoga.
—The population of Salt Lake City is 20,-
1:100 eiclusive Of Brigham. •
--Kalloch—lhe of the blasted reputation
—is running for Congress.
—Mucilage put on a mosquito bite is said
to relieve it instantaneously.
—There are twenty-one more physicians
than there are grocers in Boston.
—Mrs. Cunningham, of the Burdell mur
der notoriety, is mining in Mexico.
—lncendiaries have burned three churches
within as many weeks in Bacon's Castle,
—Eight hundred emigrants, recruits for
Mormondom, arrived in New York on
—Horses in Utah are poisoned by eating
grass that has been partially consumed by
--Beauregard is to marry a New York
girl, .who probably has ceased to look Upon
him as a rebel.
—Coburn wont fight any more excepting
with McCool and then not for money, but
merely for love.
—The ,first snow storm of the season
took place on top of Mount Washington on
—Why is Brigham Young like an 2s
quimaux ? Because he spends a great part
or his time in sealing.
—Young Bennett has an Arabian horse
which was sent him by the Abyssinian cor
respondent of the Herald.
—Some benevolent Yankee has started a
soda-fountain in London, and all cockney
dom has luxuriated in the new delicacy.
—The Prince of Wales gave Schneider
$B,OOO worth of diamonds, and now wants
parliament to give him some more money.
—Max Strakesh is to be the manager of
the Marquise de Can; who will sing in
Hamburg, Parrs and St. Petersburg this
• —The Italian Government grants pen
sions to widows and orphans of physicians
who have died in attending the victims of
--A fossil elephant has been dug ) up at
_Easton, Maryland Many portions of it
are well preserved, especially one tusk eight
—Velvet cloaks have already appeared at
-the sea-side, we saw one on St. Clair street
yesterday too, but it looked slightly un
—The skull of an ante-deluvian animal
was found eighty-two feet below the surface
at Valladolid. Spain; it measured five feet
long and three broad.
—Mrs. August Belmont is at Newport
and drivpitj,4s,ooo pair of cream colored
ponies ifrft charming little basket phaeton
lined with blue and white silk.
--Piga o says that. Strakosch having lost
Patti is a out introducing a very beautiful
America prima donna, Wile Auck, of
New Yo This must be Miss Minnie
Hauck, ho has charmed New York and
—West hester has a fathomless pond that
reaches way to China. ,At least, they found
. a drowned Chinamaiithere one morning--
with a box of dersey cigars under his arm.
—N. Y. Mail.
-The management of the Newsboys and
, Bdotblacks' Home, in, Chicago, states that
during six months past, three hundred and
fifty homeless boys have been sheltered. It
is 'proposed to erect a building especially
for the home. ,
—Adah Webb, the actress, has done well,
financially speakirig, in securing the man
she did fora husband, for he has an income
of $60,000 a year; and no wonder, that such
a well-to-do spider wanted a pretty little
web of hi l o own.
—An Italian barber, who passed in New
York as a l. Duke for five years, playing the
dickens with the young ladies, has been ar
rested for swindling in Germany. Several
hundred love-letters and eighty photographs
are among his effects.
—A novel pedestrian feat was recently
performed in England. •A man ran, walked
wheeled a barrow; trundled a hoop, and
hopped on One leg a distance of five miles,
in separate feats of a mile, each, within one
bout, for s2oi and won with two minutes
Maine, is pleased with a re
port that the SPrognes bnyegiven; out non-:,
tracts for $1,000,009 worth of machinery to
be put into factories to be ,erected there
.within five' - ye*. ,"Senatot, , 1 80a,gue has
recently been in . Augusta . on business con-.
:Rented with 'the •purchase of the cemPtiq'l
popular clergyman at Troy, who
married a couple the other .day
beautiful and impressive manner," received,
after the service, an envelope, supposed to
encloSe the usual fee. On opening it, after
their departure, he found its contents were
simply a restaurant bill of fare.
—Rev. J. D. Fulton, writing on board
the City of Baltimpre, says : "I haveheard
that good wine could not cross the ocean. I
never knew the reason before. It is drank
up." Never did I see more wine drinking
than on this ship at sea. and yet we have
bad but one person intoxicated."
—Prof. Hall. at the 11. S. Naval Observ
atory, ,Lscovered Eneke's comet on the
morning of the 14th. This comet has not
been seen before for thirty years. In the
latter part of September, it will be visible to
the naked eye between nine o'clodk in the
evening and two in themorning..
—ln exchange furnishes the following
What two animals took the lens baggage
into the ark? The rooster and the fox,
which took a brush and comb betwen them.
How do we know that Noah had beer
in the ark? We read that he had a 'bruin
How, did he get the hops with which to
make the beer? The kangaroo made them.
Why was Noah never hungry? Because
he carried his Ham with him.
Remarkable Discovery of Stoles 'Bonds.
A large sum, in U. S. bonds, stolen by a
New York Postoffice clerk, last fall,were re
tained by him, under a sentimentf remorse,
for an opportunity to restore t And
now comes the strangest part o the story.
The brother of this man, a merchant, resid
.ing,in New Jersey, made discovery of these
bonds, and became thief No. 2 by stealing
one-half of them from the original offender,
and taking them into his own possession.
The loss was not discovered by thief No. 1,
who had not missed them to :the day of
the arrest. This brother seemed also to
And no use for his ill-gotten gains, and for
months they remained quietly in his pos
In the meantime, another brother, a lad
of but about fourteen years, came across the
treasure which was held by, thief No. 2,
and in turn became thief No. 3, by abstract
three hundred dollars, the loss of which re
mained unknown to hisipredecessor in
crime up to the final exposure. This boy
found out a' preparation for removing ink
from paper, applied it, made the necessary
indorsements, and passed' the paper. The
bond was quickly recognized and traced to
thief No. 3, and through Lim to No. 2, and
thence to No. 1, who was perfectly aston
ished, as he supposed the whole sum to be
still in his own possession.
A few weeks ago a couple of well appear
ing - but very poor contrabands came to Elk
horn, and put up for the night with one of
out., benevolent Republican townsmen.
They were in very poor circumstances, their
clothing being in ,a very dilapidated condi
tion. The next morning the genermrs
hearted lady of the house went around to
the neighbors to get some clothing for the
aforesaid cindtrabards, and mono . other
places she went to the house of well
known Democrat. She told him that there
was a gentleman from South Carolina at
her house who was in very indigent circum
stances and needed clothing, especially a
shirt. The lady of the house, was in favoi•
of giving a half-worn garnient, but "Np,"
said our valiant Dethocrat, "give him the
best shirt I hare got," and the best garment
in the house was forthcoming. A short
time after, what was our Democratic friend's
surprise and mortification on coming up
town, as he expressed it, "To meet a d—d
nigger wig& my skirt on!" The idea of a
negro being a "gentleman" hdd never en
tered his head before,—Elkhorn (W s.) I
THE Emperor Alexander, of Russia, has
issued instructions liar a revision of the bar
barous criminal code still valid in Russia.
Branding with a red-hot iron, to which all
second-class convicts are subjected, is to be
abolished. This will put an end to the bor
rible scenes which were regularly enacted
at St. Petersburg and other large Russian
cities, wheneVer a number of convicts were
despatched to, Siberia. They are now, on
the morning of their departure, led out of
their cell, tied to a bench; and branded on
the forehead and on both cheeks; they then
receive a certain number of lashes, are
chained together, and driven off like cattle,.
The screams of the wretches on this occa
sion may be heard .for miles. Ten execu
tioners have all their hands full of business,
as not less than one hundred convicts are
sent off to Siberia at a time. About one
fifth of the convicts (women and persons
belonging to the higher classes) are'exempt
from flogging and branding. .
CATTLE are not the only sufferers lby the
terrible plague which has come to us from
Illinois. Its fatal results extend to human
life. A young man named Abram Smith,
in Troy, N. Y.,skinned one of the cows
that died on ednesday last. His hands
and arms were somewr .t scratched by ben
rybushes;-and in this manner the poi-
Sonous matter or virus was'innoculated into
T his arm. The limb began .to swell and
pain him very much. He consulted a phys
ician, but his condition .rapidly grew worse,
and on Saturday resulted in 'his death. A
sister of the deceased, who attended him in
his last. illness, kissed him after his death,
and was also infected by the disease. She
was lying very low, and it is thought can
not recover. Another man named - Ostran
der was subsequently affected. in the same
manner, but is still alive. These facts
show that caution should be used, not only
in preventing the spread of the contagion,
but in touching the deceased animals.
A. COTIRESPONDENT Writes: "To see
Niagara, you buy eleven silk dresses for
your wife, and six shirts for yourself: You
then get all the ready money you have, bor
row all your friends have, and make ar
rangements for unliinited credit at two or
three good, solvent banks. . You then take
six trunk?, some more money, a muse, a
colored servant, some more money, and
then, after getting some more money, and
extending your credit 'at one or two more
strong irtuks, you set out. It is better, if
possible, just before you leave, tomortgage
your homestead and get come more money."
THE heels of fashionable shoes worn by
ladies are so small at, the bottom as to, afford
little or no support to the ankles. This in
part accounts'for the peculiar walk of those
who wear them, and this is causing many
weak and sprained• ankles for which there
is no cure. An ankle once sprained is ever
after liable to be' injured by a very slight
catise. No lady' Who values her comfort In
life and her limbs upon yvhieh she depends
for loconiotiore; Will , Wear. high, heels, ta
pered off as is:now the. fashion. •
GENERLI,,,GLEMION, of the United States
army, and later a leader; of the Fenians, has
gone to-Ylrginia to - retitle, and purchafted a
fermi near Swage's • Station. lie ,waif In.
Solitary confinement in' Upland several' .
inontinf, 'owing to'his prominent Conneetion
'with the Fenian movement. ,General
son was ColtmeV of the Sixty-ninth INtw. ,
York Volenteens. , , r„ , •
A Talc of a Shirt
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19; 1868
wrrlicnrr PAIN I
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN, ARTIFICLLL
TEETH ARE ORDE RED
A FULL BET FOR 88,
AT OR. SCOTT'S,.
STB PENN STREET, 3D DOOR A,BOVE HAND
ALL WORK WARRANTED; CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS:OP CEENIIINE VU AN
FOB OAS AND OIL.
Just received, the finest and largest assortmen
ever opened in this city.
WELDON & KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, COE. VIRGIN ALLEY L .
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &e.
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS,
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE,
Cheapest: and best ripe in the market. Also, RO
SENDALE HYDRAULIC CEMENT for sale.
R. R. it C. A. BROCKETT & CO.
Office and Manufactori-210 REBECCA BT..
Allegheny. air Orders by mall promptly attended
t o ,
Boys', Youth's and Children's
SUMMER CASSIMERE SUITS,
• ALPACCA JCKES.
In every style. of the greatest variety, suitable fur
the present eeasnn. tieutiemen will dnda tine as•
Nommen' of Will rE .nd BROWN DUCE SUITS,
ALI'ACCA and FLANNEL COATS, &c. every
garment. being specially made tor us by t7he beet
- Eastern houses. Our nrlePs are as -low as good
goods can be sold at by any firm East or West.
_l7 Sr. CLAIR STREET
No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa
Constantly on hand, a full assortment of CLOTHS,
O.IS3IJIF.I.ES, PE~'TINGS. te.:
PEARL MILL BULB BRAND. equal to the best
St. Lehi. bratola. Ph:AI:L-41 LL Ite D BRA t
^ootl 21:+ the hest Wilco brands. V. 1117 F: C..rllN
fel.illfß cm! CORN MEAL. //Si-Se that all tacks
are healed and dated.
NE WOULD INVITE THE AT•
VTEN TION of the t lour , trade to the nape
rlority of our
SOUTHERN WHEAT FLOUR'.
Which we are manufacturing, from the best select
ed Southern itilnols and Tennessee Wheat. Prices
as low as any in the marker.
.••*. Gr ik"
Pittsburgh City Mills.
jy3l t 7•2.
TOBACCO AND CIGAR§.
DEALER TN ALL KINDS OF
LEAF TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
co. 13 SIXTH STIIEET,• (National Bank or Corn
Branch of 172 Water street,lT N. BURGH, PA.
atyl:ll77 IPA NI EL F.
R. ' •W. JAN T-CnSTSION•
'Alan nfacturers and Dealers In
To hacc,O, Snuff,
No .6 FEDERAL. ST.: ALLIEGHIiNT•
HEN ‘ B.I W. EXORBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
200 SMITHFIELD STERET,
Between Seventh and Liberty
SiTLATiIES' OYSTER SALOON attached
:Fancy Cake Baker & ConfeetiOner,
AUID IMAM.= IN
Fon.max &DOMESTIC FRUITS & NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and RU1)112501:I streets, Alle
gheny. liar Gonsuu , :y on bland, ICIL CREAM, or
AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES ,
AND COMBINATION CUSHION&
I:lndisputably the tieet in um!. Ni. W IMPROVE.
MENT: , , Patented Nnv. 26th, 1867. and April
331it,'18168. Er,er}thing relating 1,0 lard of the
hest quality and' lowest prices al Way, on hand.
Our NEW t.IJE TIO NM EH, Patentee May sth,
186_8, price s2.so—a great suureas.
illuatrated price Ilata aunt on application. Address
pirzzam & COLLENDEEL
03. 65, 67 and 69 01100313 Y 82.. New Tort City
HAIR AND PERFUMERY
OIFEN PECK, Ornanxeutal Haiti
AIIt WORKER AND l'EltFlitmEß, N o , 133
rd street. near StnltlitleitL Pittsburgh. ...
Always on ham), algeneral assortment of Imdlies'
WIGS, BANGS, CURLS: Gantlemen's WIGS, TO.
PENS SCALPS; GUARD'CIIAINS, IIItACELETs,
Scc.lir A good Price la .0.1313 will he .given for
-RAW I AIL .
Led llenUeinea's flab' (Jutting
Lite neuteet insn tier. nihzin't
I:IIEHJALIIN PHILIP GUSTS.
'INNERLY bi. CLEIS, Successore
to Ow. F. SCHUCLIMAI4 & Co.. •
s LITH ING RA PH ERN.
rhe oaf) , wain bithograplite Establishment West
, rthis Mountains. flllf+lllPBb Cards, Letter Heads.
Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards, Dipfounts.
Portraits, Views, Certificates of Deposits, Dims
tiou Oards, he., Non. and 74-'Third. street.
RYE FLOUR, &C.
'WASHINGTON - STREET,
• Near Pitti.Ourgh Oran Elevayir,
• 'W.z '' ANI.VCTiSON,
itantifacturer of CORN MEAL RYE FLOUR awl
CHOPPED FEED. Orfler9 delivered In either city
.her of etiarxe.:.Orain of chopped; Raul
Horn shelled on abort nothw.
. , .
ritilrr ROUSE, ASSOCLA.TIODi BUILDINGti Not,
'4 aad 4 tit.. Cialr Street, Pittsburgh, Pa, tiptvisi
tilvailoii 'ilveili to, the designing and building of
'flilinitt - fdiifirii kid rtnii:lo nutr.,t)i Nos.
HENRY H. COLLINS,
25 Wood street.
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
NEW GOODS! ,
J. 111: - BURCIIITELD& cws,
No. 52 St. Clair St.
• 7TEW PRINTS,
/N ... W GINGHAM'S,
.NE' V DELAINES,._ : . ' •
ALI WOOL BLACIf -and WHITE PLAIDS,
WITITE PRINTS.- black figure:
- WHITE GROUND ALPACCAS, do:
• BLACK A LPACC/AS A , - .
BLACK "2,-OESKIN CASSIMERES:
BLACK AND BLUE CLOTH,
IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS,
• TOWELS AND NAPKINS.
A FULL ASSOR'EIIENT- OF GOODS,
Lair Remember the plac&t.;
No• 52 St.~Clair Street,
a u;Near Liberty.
87. MARKET STWIET. 87.
IN PRICES !
TO CLOSE :yro-ar.
87 MARI?ET STREET.
THEODORE F. - PHILLIPS.
87.... MARKET BTREET:...B7
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
Igr No. 168 Wylle„Street. jta
CARD, McCANDLESS /v. CO.,
(Late Wlblon, Carr & C 0.,)
Rot eign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley,
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C
B TIT LAI!? .IpCH AP-
Sch-omacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCIIOSIACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known In the con
struction of a first class instrument, and has always
'been awarded the hihest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full. arons and sweet. The
workmanship, for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from to $l.llO, (according to
Style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Piano.
ESTEY'S COTTAriE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed instruments, In pro
,ducing the most perfect pipe quality of tone of any
similar Instrument in the United States. • It is sim
ple and compact In o....struction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT "VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $550. AU guaranteed for du
BASE, KNAKE & BULAITLER,•
nut 9 No. 12 ST. CLAIR STREET
HATS AND CAPS.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
AT RIDUCKD PRICES,
AT hI'CORD &. CO.'S,
7i1 7 131 WOOD STREET.
FLA.P.S. CAP' AND VITEG6 s
Also, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
OCTET:INKS, VALISES. lc., No. 132 SMITH
FIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Orders nromptiv Oiled and satisfaction guaranteed.
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD ST
CHINA' GLASS ALND
E.: SILVER PLATED WARE,
o BOKEWAN GLASS,
o And other STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS, a great variety.
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO
100 WOOD STREET
THE GREAT AMERICAN
AND. SEWING MACHINE.
IT RAN NO EQUAL, •
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD AND IN,.
TRINSICALLY THE CHE APEST.,
*dr gents wanted to sell this Machine.
Agent - 10'r Weiteni Pennsylvania.
Corner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS; pver
Illebardson'S Jewelry Store.: _ inyMe464
ALL' PAPER .
AT REDUCED PRICES.
AtTER JULY ler,
We will offer mu:present stock of , •
1;411l fapers at Greatly' Reduced
A large eseorireiint of SAM P.APEMS,, for boils,
rooms, ettlinice, &0., At • -
N 0.107 Market Street,near Fifth.
.10s: R. tHUGHES dr. BRO.
TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS.
AT MACRUM, ,CLYDE &
78 and - a 0 Market Street.
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRONS,
LADLES' WHITE UNDER WI AR:
A . full line of HOSIERY;
MORRISON STAR SHIRT
GENT'S PAPER CULL
LADIES' Do. AND f-,II‘Fs,
. TRAVELING SATCHELS,
lino of -JET SETS.
SILK .& 811LL10.5 FRINGES
SILK . & SATIN B UTTONS,
A con - Olete Assortment, of White Goods,
bj e lsS, VICTORIA, LAWN,
. LINEN, CAMBRIC, Lc.
1100 P SKIRTS, in all the "IceiTest Style's.
Km GLOVES, at all prices
GENT'S S: LADIES' SUMMER UNDERIVE4R;
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS;
1.000 Doi. BALMORAL HOSE
5;000 Lbs. WOOLEN YARNS.
Akir Special Ratea to Jobbers.
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
18.....nd SO Market Street.
PRICES. MARKED DOWN!
MACRUM & CARLISLE'S,
No. 19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
ON AND AFTER JULY IST..
HOOP SHIRTS. (Ladles%) for
.CORSETS, (Real French,) SO
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 for 25
KID GLOVES, (warrasted,sl
ZOO Yds, SPOOL COTTON, (good)
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c
MEN'S SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Ralf Cost
IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS.
Special Rates to Merchants & Dealers
117ACRI7D1 & Cdr.34SLE,
THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
-A- RAILROAD COMPANY hare on sale at their
Office, Union Depot, Pittsburgh,
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
TO ATLANTIC CITY AND CAPE ?JAY,
Enabling parties to visit these popular bathing re
sorts, and return home at a mOderate cost.
CAPE MAY PASSENGERS campurchase Tickets
to.go and return by all Railroad. or they can arrange
to take Steamer In either dire - Won, betwee Phila
delphia and Cape. Stay,
EXCURSION TICKETS are also for sale at the
•. above Depot to NIAGARA FALLS, THE OIL RE•
GjOINIS. GETTYSBURG, and numerous points in
Pennsylrania and New York.
\Sir PAMPHLETS, containing full descriptions
of the various Excursion . Routes by this Road, can
be had on application at the Tldket Unice, in the
W. H. BECKWITH,
r.) ZEX•) :0 31 ZO:r:CifaiZS IA
STEAM CRACKER BAKERY,
317 LltlertY Street.
Our Crackers are baked upon the OVEN BOT
TOM, and are superior to any baked by hot air co
any other process. ,
Aar TRY THEM. -es
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C ' A. ,..,
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ARE SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHERS
OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
WINE, BOSTON, SODA, CREAM, FRENCH,
Etz 034 T ir y. d a. s ura s r i g? D A CRACK-
For Sale by Every Grocer. in the City.
Bakery, No. 91 Liberty St.
TO WHEAT GROWERS.
EUREKA - AMMONIATED BONE,
SITPER-PHOSPIIATE OF LIKE,
The • Allegheny Fertilizer Co.
SEWARD te CAMPBELL,
mace, 860 Penn S t r eet , Pitts b urgh, Pa.
The best Zertillser in use, and recognised y
Farmers who have given it a trial, toe the stand
ard for raising large crops of, Wheat, Rye, Oats,
Corn, Pont toes, , ac: We navelpublisted for gratu
itous circulation a pamphlet containing interesting
and valuable statement - a of this Fertilizer, copies 01.
which will be seat tree to any ':isendlnit us their ad
ICREB S t Ice Dealer,
aa DIAMOND ALLEY, Plitabtlitgll:.
Qrdetx left Aere or at
running in Elan
'Ar'd l l'et 'Bridge wni' re "
CITY PROPERTY.-Will sell a good brick house,
containing flYe rooms, at Sixteen. Hundred Dollars,
lind timid - rent for the amount in six rears.
A I. 3GE LOT OF GROUND, hiving : a river
fronta.,nd very convenlentof access. •
TAN NER , convenient to the city, and having a
well established custom' or local trade 'connected
therewith; agood dwelling 'nd forty acres of land.
FOUR LOTS in Sharpsourg, near the rallroad;
would make a good coal yard.
HOTEL FOR SALE.—That fme Hotel property,
situated at the Blairsville Junction, containing
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of garden and -fret . LAWS. This
well located hotel will be sold low, as 'be proprie
tor wishes to retire from business.
One large Rouse, for Boarding Horse.
One new Brick House, s rooms.
One new Brick Rouse of 4 rooms.
(tom LEASE OR SALE-3 Lots on Morton street,
WANTED-3,000 feet ofFlagging 3 to 4 inches
IL P. HATCH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE;
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
Onion Pacific Railroad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO, $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS,
For farther paittculars, maps, &.e., address
Or CHAS. B. LAMBORN, Sec,y,
. &p it
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NINE TRACTS OF LAND,
19 FIFTH STREET
Situate in Marshall township, Allegheny county,
and Adams township. Butler county.
Four or the [ruts are situated about 3 miles west
of Plankinton's Hotel on tile headwaters o Se
wickley. near David Dud's mill, about 10 mileS
'Five of the tracts are situate on and near the Pet
rys'ville and Harmony Plank Road, about 18 to 30
miles from Pittsburgh.
This land is all waladap:ed for tanning and gra
Any lutormtion relate to priceiand
terms can be obtained by iv
on A. HILANDS,
at the Court House, Pittsburgh. •
F OR SALE.
A SPLENDID CRANCE FOE A MAN WITH A
. A good and 'very desirable • ,
BOOT- AND SHOE HOUSE,
Loiated within twenty-tire miles of the city, doing
a large cash business. !Satisfactory reasons given
for wanting lo sell. Books will be shown for the
amount of business done.
Apply at 102 Mail) STREET, or
B. R. HARBOURS,
an6:016 133 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.'
AN OPPORTUNITY for a GOOD 1
INV r.:,,T .I , IE N T.—We offer for :..ale 300 acres ,
et goat, situate in. Areastrimg county, near the
Western Pa. R: R.. and about 30 miles east of
Pittgburot: The whole mass of coal is 13 feet:
thick. and of excellent quality, and will be sold at a
low price and on easy terms. For further Informa- 1
Lion call mror address
FOR SALE & TO LET.--Rouses
and Lots for sale In all parts of the city and sn
urbs. Also several FAR - 5W in - good locations.
Also, a small' WOOLEN FACTOR], with 20 acres
of land, and good Improvements, which I will. sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let on good streets. Private Dwelling Houses for
rent In both cities. For fUrther particulars Inquire
110 Grant street. opposite Cathedral. :
Near Right's Station, 'West. Pa. R. R., containing
130 ACice;S, with 7 loot v. in °remit, and acknowt-:
edged by all .as commanding the finest view on the
Allegheny ricer. Term, easy. Vnquire at
.au12:109-stwr . ..NO. 320 LIBEItTT STREET. •
115. FOURTH ST. 115•
,JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO.,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Are prepared to SECURITIES uion STOCKS, BONDS,
and All kinds of, REAL ESTATE,
IIOUSEHOLD PURNITUItE. Sec., either on the
premises or at the hoard of Trade . Rooms.
Particular attention paid. as heretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale.
Sales of Real Estate in the country attended.
Mice. No. 115 FOURTH STREET.
slo.o oo TO °AN,
atyls Real Estate Agent, 60 Smithfield street
D ISSOLUTION.—The PArtster;
ship heretofore ex king between, the sub
scribers, under the firm of.
ANDERSON, COOK 451. CO.,
Is this dardissolved by mutual Consent. The bust;
.ness of the late drm will be settled by our sueees•
sors, Messrs. AliliElthol.+l WOODzi, at the ()Met
of the Pittsburgh !Steel Works.
The underslsmed having disposFll or his iiiterest
In the late firm of At4DEßSils',' cootr .t CO ., tr
Messrs. ANDERSON di WooDS, begs leave to rec.
otumend Ws successors to the patronage of the cus:
Comers of the tonnes nrm. J• W. 000 E;
Pittsburgh. July 23th, 1808.
Frame Dwelling Douse, at corm. r of. Linton Ayenut
won!}and Water streets, Alleteheny, 'fronting Mast Com.
bating 7. rooms. taws and -argot bath room.
Exce lent "ingo In kitchen: but and oold water nu
stairs' and .down good' cellar. Covered porch.'"
front and at side of house. urape arbor. Lot ac
by 60 'eft. Posseulon soon. If desired. -
For terms apply to B. meLkiN
No. 58 Sualetideld st • •
EE. LYON ,
iealer of Weights and Measures,
No. 5 PqITRTI3. STIMET.
'Between Liberty:m:l FerryFtJr'''.
FOR SALE--REAL. ESTATE
FOR SA-L.R. '
TWO HOUSES 'A...ND- LOT on Carlon street,
Allegheny. This property will be sold low, as the
party is about leaving the city. and wishes ta dispose
of th_e_property before removing. • •
SAW MILL, TWO DWELL
BARNS. with good FAR3I, and about 800 acres
timber land. This propecy will be sold low. Cast.
s2_,soo—balance on time to suit buyer..
FARM OF 120 ACRES, will be sold for twenty
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frame:
house and good barn; 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES,near the line of railroad;
very well located for ra ising stock; improvements
are good and substantial; 100,*cres of the .land in
One new Brick House 0f.3 rooms. •
One House ot 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140.
One House cf 7 rooms and lot 150 by 150.
Two new Brick Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 rooms.
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms each.
One new Frame House in Wilkinsburg, having
six rooms and large lot, well suited for garden.
7 acres that can be divided tato acre lots.
5 Lets in Oakland.
Power and a largo Boom and Yard for rent, in a
ood location. Will De rented for sho;t or long
IN SUNS OF $5,000 AND UPWARD
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburgh.
JO-111F P. DEIVEREUX,
Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kansas.
The undersigned otters for sale
E. G. DIITILDE.
S. CUTHBERT & SONS.
R 5 V. plcbtield street
A MOST DESIRABLE FARE,
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
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