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CHEAP GUNS FOR THE PEOPLE....
The aREAT WESTERN HUN WORKS have been
removed to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STEDET, where
wit always be found the Most comp tetesataortment
of Guns, AMMUllitio3l Bbd Sport
ing Material, 4r.c. in tee city. AU ki fof Guns
and Pistols careful ly repaired. Cash.. paid for
ARMY RIFLES and REVOLVE R S. Send stamp
for illustrated Circa/dr. Agents wanted in evem
town in the United Slates. Address, H. JOHN
STON. 179 Smith +kid Street. Pihst c,yaa.
fr;rJOHN N. PURVIANCE
Register in Bankruptcy t for 2:d District,
Office, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY"
Officehottra-0 A. it. to 5.1..
WI. 0. 0. F.--The membeis of
MOUNT MORILHIODGE, HO. 360,
Are hereby notified tbat the Lodge will meet St the
New Hall. Fourth story of
stau2l,ol EVENJNG, WILLIAMS k
CHURCH, corner Bearer street and Mont
gomery avenue, Allegheny. JOSEPH KING, Pastor.
—Preaching TO-MORROW (Lord's Dan at 10X
A. and 7,3 i r. m.
WTI:IE SECOND METHODIST
bIiURCH, Rebecca street, near Gas Works,
Allegheny. S. F. CROWTHER, Pastor. -Preach
hig every Sabbath. at MA A. M. and 7:i r• M. Sab
bath School at 1% P. M. Public cordially invited.
TlON.—There will be preaching in the
second story of MOZART HALL building, I by the
Ree.J OLLINtiER, each Sabbath, at 1034
A. M. And 73 6 r. M. Sabbath School at 2r. All
are Invited to attend.
WFIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .
OF PITTSBURGH, HALL, Gray, Pastor,
meets statedly ln NEVILLE corner of l
erty and Fourth streets. Services every Lord's Day
at .1055 A, M. and 33 P. M. The public are cordially
OHOICE BUILDING SITE FOR
IL/ ISALE—In pleasant location and good neigh
borhood; 13( acres of ground, fruit .trees etc. • the
lanc is well adapted for improvement Annie' five
minutes' walk 'rem Woods Run Station, of po Ito
. the residence of Jas. I. Bennett, Esq. Persons who
H O wish to secure a good location for building are in
- vited to examine this desirable property.
Apply to S. CUTHBERT & SON%
au= ' • 85 Emithdeld street.
POLLO INSTITUTE AND SEM•
MARY, No. SO FOURTLDSTREET, Pitts
( urgh an ENGLisu, • Scinsrmit and la.asindar.
ScsooL, for OMla sad Bore, conducted by JAMES
M. MAC:III73I and MARY F. MACBUM. The Fall
Session commences MOXDAY, September its. For
course of studies; term, f dee eirrAllac. which
will be mailed on application. Mr. M. will be at
the School Rooms to receive pupils from 10 A. at.
till 1 P. N. during the week. preceding the opening
of the session... ammitteS
13ISHOP BOWMAN INSTITUTE.
—A COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. FOR YOUNG
AOLES.—No. 62 GRANT STREET.
The duties ofthis &noel will be resumed on MON
DAY, September . 14th. The course of study in
cludes the English Branches. Mathematics, Latin
and Drawing. The Music Department 'sunder the
direction at the able Prof. ssor, H. ROHBOCK.
Both Day' nd Hoarding Pupha received.
For further particulars send for a Register, ar ap
ply to the Rector,.
antlmP6.llws RZT. R. J. COSTER,' M. A.
Cur Or ALLitommr, August XX, 1868.
' 'NOTICE TO PAINTERS.
.:' Sealed Proposals will be received at this office
-7 . 3 o'clock v.: lc on. THURSDAY, 27th Inst., for
. ': 1 • painting with two coats of best quality of Black
: Paint, all'the
PIIBLIC GAS LAMP POSTS
. of the city. All posts must have the rust well
1 ‘ ; scraped or before painting. The present number
erected Is about no.
: .HOSE ELE HOSE
Nrowa Cvttott Open orked Stockings,
White Cotton Openworked StockinEs. •
Ladies' Children , s Clocked Stock ins sHELAN'S.
Infant's' Plain and Open vorked Ha f Hose,
Infants' Gauze Merino and Wool Vests
- AT PHELAN'S.
Infants , Merino Hose, :X Hose and Half Hose/
Ladles' Merino. Silk and Lisle V A T
Old Stand Stocking Store,
No; 24 FIFTH STREET
LEDGERS AND JOURNALS,
CASH ANN/ DELAY BOOKS,
TUCK MEMORANDUM BOOKS.
Always on hand and made to order
BINDING, of every deseripUom, can be
done in the beat style of the art, by
- BY W. S. HAVEN;
Blank Book Manufaetfirer, Printer and Stationer
Corner Wood and Third Streets.
Taken np by the Pollce, on the 17th day of An
gnat, 1868. a
MULAY - COW,
Bed color, with white spots on back and sides.
'4'l' owner Is desired to come forward, prove property
• and pay charges, or she will se sold on • •
MONDAY, the 24th day of August,
At 2 o'elock P. M., at Patten on , ' Stable, on 'Fourth
MATTHEW J. GREENE,
R. F. DAUBITZ'S
a-41 HERB LIQUOR.
DR. FA LK tee CO., Importers,
768 Penn St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
I This great HERB LIQUOIkhas gained wide celeb
rity is all Europe :rots Its iharvellons e ffi cacy In
curing all nemorrnoldal complaints and diseases of
-; the stomach. We earnestly invite the attention of
the afflicted to this great remedy. and offer gratis
; the circularP giving directions for use, together
with the certificates of eminent. authorities regard
ing its curative insrits.
air Sold in all Drug Stores.
& CO.. Importers.
t v AT EATON'S,
No. 17 Fifth Street.:!
A greitissortment of
VANDYKE LACES AND EDGINGS,
, GENUINE JOUVIN KID GLOVEB,
'NEW SHADES IN RIBBONS,
SEA SIDE tilLt WLS,
REAL LACES, .tt
;DRY 0.4 K LU11111.1611..
A CLIOIOE LOT OF .
BUTT • CUI PLANK,
Also, FLOOSIES) and. COAL PITT BAIL,
In Yard hew . , Snipenalon Bridge, Allegheny elde.
•SL P. Anems BRO.
anl4:nZt HANCOCK Sr:.ITTSBURGH. •
livrAtet &co. , s
•. AND ILLI:NES BROS. PIANOS,
For sate erinionthly and quarterly payments.
• CHARLOTTE BLAME,
ault) LI3 Firth bireet.Sole Agent.
0 -1..1LT 0
FOR. NA LE.
13 / 2 /CR nOUSES,
*ln Fiecolid:.i.eardi Reasonable terms
FL EL FRANCIS,
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
--FIGUTER'S beautiful volumes—
THE INSECT WORLD.
THE VEGETABLE WORLD.
THE OCEAN WOR. D.
THE ANTEDILUVIAN WORLD. • •
iftdendidly illustrated, London Ed.. each... 40.00
THE MILITARY AM) NAVAL HISTORY
OF THE REBELLION. By W. J. Tenny,
editor of the "American Annual of Cyclo
pedia." one-,large volume, complete 0.00
BROTHER BEall E, in the Fields and Flow.
er Beds; beautifully illustrated 9.75
WHAT MAKES ME GROW P or Walks and
Talks with Amy Dudley • 9.25
OUR STANDARD BEARER; or, the Life of
Gen. U. S. Grant. By Oliver optic 1.50
THE LIE& OF GRANT AND COLFAX. By
Charles A. Phelps, (paper, 50c,) 1.00
THE NEW TESTAMENT HISTuRY. By
Dr. William Smith, L.L.D 2.00
THE HERMITS. By Rev. Chas. 9.oo
ADVICE TO A WIFE ON THE MANAGE . - •
MENT OF HER OWN HEALTH. &c. By
Pye Henry Chevasre 1.50
THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF IN
FANCY. For the use of Parents. By l F. H.
M. D 75
For sale by ROBERT 8. DAVIS,
staktarwrs 93 Wood street.
BAILEY' FARRELL & CO.,
SHEET AND BAR LEAD,
Pig Lead, Galvanized and Plain Iron Pipe;
"Bobber Hose, Hose Pipe and Screws;
011 Globes, Steam Gauges and Whistles; .
Globe Valves. hafetyValves A, Steam Cocks;
Iron and Copper Sinks and Bath Tubs;
Lift, Force and Farm Pumps, &c.
No - . 167 Smithfield St, Pittsburgh.
JRlP'Send for Circular. ava:VTB
Chief of Police
Steam - Engines for Sale.
G7TTZ I — ° ;, flew and n l l o fi e ig ' i n e d yl i l a n n d d ers B , T IO A L E I r i
inch stroke, with all the natures .
FOE BOEING OIL WELLS.
Address MOH .11. BOLE & CO.,
and:t93 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
SECOND-HAND ENGINES -7
, I WAL.N7C3OIIO.
One Horizontal Engine, of 20 horse power.
One "Nigger" Engine, without reverse valve.
Also, &median sized DRILL PR lealt.
Terms cash. Address, with description and price,
JOSIL COPLEY, Jr.,
atinuB 66 River Avenue, Allegheny.
EACIEIES,IPLIINS AND RABPDERRIES.
Belling at very low prices, at
GEORGE EEELVEI N'O,
Enquire for WARD'S isrend.
The largest and bett. The Initials "IT. W." on
every loaf. Use done else. aU4:7"
,INDIA RUBBER BELTING AND
STEAM PAEKING.—A full stock on hand at all
t Ull3ll. and ante beet quality. Parties wishing to
et up mills or idiom where Belting is required, will
and our prices as low as can be had In the East, and
§TORE WINDOW SHADES, of
any color and blze required, with border and
ettera in Walt or gilt; also the plain Blue, for came
purpoee, from 3 to 7.feet wide, at the OH 010411
War mows. 2l awl SIB Bt. pair greet.
".ACE LEATHER, Page's Pat
ent, for sale Trtlolesaie and retail, at 26 and
dt. Clair street.
it 4 a. a H. raitazes
W. B. TAYLOR,
GRAM:O OPENING 1 •
No. 30 ST. `CLAIR ST.
_ • .
33. W. SMITH
Will open Saturday Morning, Aug.. 22,
At the above named "place, with a full line and en.
tirely new stock of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Hosiery and Gloves,
Shirts and Drawers,
Hoop Skirts and Corse*,
Collars and Cuffs,
Neck Ties and Bows,
• lluspendiers and Satehep,.
Sleeve Buttons, Umbreflas, Canes,
Underwear, of all sorts d sires, de.
The. Fall Term of this ` w ill lnstituti begin
SEPTE 3 II 3 EItISEIS.
The scope of, the College, besidSta PREPARA
TORY DEPARTMENT. embraces' ill and thorough
Courses of Instruction in
MATHEMATICS. 4 1 1
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES,
, • PHILOSOPHY, al
CrEN ERAL LITERATE,
And MILITA Y TACTICS.
The colt of Tuition, Books and Bo
exceed from Islso to *ll3 per annki
In respect to health, beautiful ace
able moral surroundings, the place
ALEX. MARTIN. D. D. Preside
sor of Arent*: yid Moral Phlio*ophy.
F. S. LYON, A. M., Vice fruit.
Eng. Literature, a. d Princinal Pre at
Vol. J. R. WEAVER, A. M., Pio ell
mattes and of Military Tactics. II
S. G. STEVENS, A. M. Profeisce
Philosophy and the Natural Scltlic
HENRY W. HARMON, D. D.,
and Modern Languages and Literaiiir
OLIVER W. MILLER, A. M., Al
Grounds and Balldh
HUGH W. 811...C1L, M. D.,• Leeti
ology and Hygiene.
Hon. JOHN A. DILLE, Lecturer
MORGANTOWN, West Va
111 EN'S FURNISHING
I NOW READY
FISK, CLARK & FLAGG,
58 White St., N. Y.
112 Federal street. Alto
°REAP BREAD ER DEAR TIMES
& IL PHILLIPS,
VG and 2S St. (flair Rtrrwt.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY, AIIGIJBI. 22, 1868
GEORGE WOODS. LL. D. President, and Profes
sor of Mental and Moral Science. iteed.street.
JOSEPH G ittoOS. A. M.. Professor of Greek
Language and Literature, 1321 V. vile street.
HON. HENRY W. WlLLtAkts, LL. D , Piofessor
of Law, 110 Penn street.
BENJAMIN C. JILLSON, PII. 8., M. D. Professor
of Chemistry, Geology ana Minerulogy,,Belletleld.
MILTON IL GOFF, A. M.. Professor of Mathemat
ics. Itroad street, Sewickley.
Rim EDWARD P. CRANE, A. M., Professor of
Latin Language and Literature, 61 Saudusay St.,
Bliuol,Pll LEONIIART. A. M., Professor of Ger
man Language & Gen'l History, Ha lons' Station.
SA.Itt:EL P. LANGLEY, Professo.. of Physics and
At tronomy, and Director of Observatory, Observa
---, Professor of Rhand Oriory.
JEIREI LAIL E. AYERS, A. 31 . , Principal a of Pre
paratory Department and Instructor in Latin, 32
Federal street, Allegheny.
At.cuoNsit M. DANS% Instructor In French Lan
guag-, 6 Hancock Street.
I. N. roItNER. Principal of Commercial Depart
ment, 163 Illy le street. atl2.2:U9d
AT ERWINOPCONNELL & CO'S,
ding need not
ry and favor
Isor or Meths-
r of Natural
'latent In the
ndent of the
r on Phyla-
on Civil and
Just Opened, a 'Very Large Stock of
Bleached and Brown Muslins;
ERWIN, WCONNELi & CO.,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
No. 65 Wood Street, '
CAP, LETTER AND NOTE PAPERS;
LEGAL AND LETTER EN VELOPES;
MERCANTILE BLAME' noptid;
CHECK BOOKS; -
NOTE AND DRAFT BOOKS;
BILL AND lIECEIPT BOOKS,
LETTER COPYING BOOKS
BLANK BOOKS, of all kinds, manufactured
MERCANTILE PRINTINCi, excepted In the
ArirOrders by moll promptly attended to
BATES & BELL'S
BATES & BELL'S
BATES & BELL'S
No. 21 FIFTH STREET.
TICE WESTERN UNIVERSITY
Every Parent and Guardian who has a son or ward
to educate should know. that we have In our c*ty a
Chartered Instlitutton, endowed by the Matel and
the generous friends of learning to the amount of
$200.000 Preparatory. Commercial, Scientific
and Collegiate Its character, with a Faculty ten in
number, and a course of study equal to that of our
.best Colleges. The rooms are large and high, and
the apparatus and cabinet of a superior kind. The
Observatory belonging to it has one of the finest
telescopes In the country, Is endowed, Is in charge
of an astronomer of great ability, and is having
four new "marmots &aced to it at T 1 expense of
g 5, 000. All the income from eodowmeut and from
tuition is expended In supporting the Institution.
The aim of the Board of Trustees, who are among
our mos enterprising and benevolent citizens, Is to
furnish the best advantages to all M
aheou yoth equal
to those enjoyad In any of our cities: lnstru
ction in all th - courses of study . Is thorough, no tem
porary expedients being resorted to to secure popu
larity merely. Only Professors of ability and expo
fence are employed.
Cataluza es or information may be had
at the University Building. corner of Am)
DIA.MoN Li STREETS, between OS and 113 A. W.
The next term will commence heptember Ist.
178 Federal Street, Allegheny.
Summer iDress Goods,
Lawns, Chintzes, 1 White Swiss;
Plain and Barred Nainsook;
Ticklngs, Cheeks, Table Linen;
Linen Towels, Irish Linens;
Shirt I FFonts, &c., &c.
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL, BY
178 Federal St., Allegheny.
NEW P 4. •
IMPORT NT TO INVAI;IIiP.
DR. J. W. SYKES,
Consulting Physitian for
IS THE (iNL
pnAcTicE IN. PITTSBURGH. Other professed
speelallsls treat all forms of disease, both acute and
chronic, and therefore possess no special skill In any
branch, and In lieu of It are comrelled to resort to
deceptive and enas.tional advertisements to procure
Dr. STKES• specialty 'comprises all
PULMONARY AFFECTIONS, and such
other CHRONIC DISEASES as may pro-
duce or sweompany LUNG DISEASES,
Consumption, Nasal Catarih,
Chronic Sore Throat,
Asththa or Phthis:c,
Diseases of the Heart,
And all forms of Blood and Skin Diseases
And all see ctlons of the Btomach
Diseases of the Liver, Spleen,
Kidneys and Urinary Organs ;
And all Fe - Male Complaints
DR. SYKES' MODE OF TREATMENT consists
In selecting for each case the remedial means bet
adapted to Its care. NAther depending 4,n any
BING La remedy, however v :Diable, nor treating all
cases according to a single Idea or theory, he pre
selbes ALL the the various means needed In each
case, and combines them in such systematic manner
as will make them work together,' and contribute
most'etticlent:y to the restoration o health.-
DR. SYKES' patient' have the .enellt of every
new discovery and theory of value ills remedial
Medicated Inhalations both of Vapor
and of Atomized Flnids,
Together with Tonic, cleansing and Reignlaticg
Medicines or unsurpassed efficacy. and Hygienic
and Mechanical liemeules of great value.
Results of Dr. Sykes' Mode of Treatmen
CASE OF CONSUMPTION CURED.
ALLEGII.T.Ny CITY, Pa., Aeg. 10, . 0 18.
DR. J. W. SYKES—DRAB StR: I e - nsulted you
In October. 1864, being then extremely reduced,
with Pulmonary Consumption. I bad then ben
coughing eight months, had lost all b y 'ie.''', and
had freq.,ent night sweats, and other symptoms of
advanced lung disease.
You yourseifeonvidered my case a very bad cne,
and told me my prospects of recovery were very
slight; but I am happy to testily that your treat.
meet did more for me thanyou promised, and bay
been the means, under Providence, of restoring me
to excellent health. Truly yours,
SA dIIEL A. MOORE.
ORANGE, MAIIOXING CO.. 01110,
stay :A 1867.
Dn. Seam: DEAR SIR: I desire to express my
thanks to you for the interest yen have taken in Mrs.
Justice's case, and for tbe valuable assistance you
have rendered her.
is of a consiimptive family, and when she con
sulted you th at disease wee most evidently estab
lished In her lungs, and was steadily advancing, but
your treatment was the means of promptly arrest
ing and removing it, and her general health is now
better than It has been fur years,
Moult en' J
Dr. Sykes can refer to many such l
would repeat that recoveries from a r vanc.fd COll
- piton are comparatively few: and those who ap
ply to him in that period of the disease must not
expect him to express strong encouragement.
EASES OF• ASTRNA AND BRONCHITIS.
PITTSBURGH, PA., No. 104 TARR! TY ST., /
March 1 lists.
Mt... 1. W. SYKES: DitAn Sin: In Octo er. 1864, I
consulted you for severe Asthma and tronchltls,
winch I had from childhood. The Plith sic was so
severe at times that I could only get m breath at
night by sitting up, having window s and doors
opened. 1 wit , also much troubled with 4spepsia.
Three months before consulting you, I w so much
reduced that my fnmi.y physician said k could not
Ille six months. As lam of a consumptive family,
and was so meet reduced you did not spark very
conil 'tinily of my recovery, but drought I might be
benelitted and my life prolonged --1 placed myself
under your care and improved rapidly till 111.1 health
was en , truly restored, and I have since rem Ailed
entirely well of Mr bi d ailments, and In good health
every way. Yours, respectfully
Mits. MAUI: L. McCANoca.se. -
Wlturn ASH P. 0., ALL'EntfrrY On, , P.
lieptember 12.01, IBS/.
- Dn. J. W. SYnc.s, Dear 'Sir—l consulted you in
the Fall of 1851, bilog then extremely reduced by
severe Asthma and Bronchitis. I had conoulted
several Doctora, who pronounced me Incurable, and
said I ought to settle my affairs as I could nut live
longer than spring.
I nad often sit in my chair nearly all night with
windows raised, and even then could seircely .
- breathe enough to keep ,me alive. My cough Hai
very violent, and I raised large amounts of yellow
corrupted looking matter.
I adopted your treatment, and lit two or three
months I bad gained, at least,- thirty-nye pounds,
and since that time have enjoyed good health.
DYSPEPTIC AND COMPLICATE D CASES.
LUNDY'StAws, Erlo Co., Pa„ March 188
Dn. J. W. SYKES. Dear Sir—Having suffer: d
year and seven mouths more than longue can tell,
with female complaints. spinal weakness, heart dis
ease, liver complaint and dyspepalo; I became no
emaciated that nil who knew me or saw me de
spaired of my life: my friends said medical aid could
never restore me to health ng tin.
It was about this time' that 1 learned, through
Mrs. R. Hunter, of your skillful practice and imme
diately wrote to you, and in the following month,
January, PM, I commenced your treatment and fol
lowed It six months. I commenced rapidly to gain,
and at the cud of the yea inntead of weighing sixty
pounds, I weighed one hundred And fifty, and
am now enjo) lug better health than ever in my life
before. Yours, respectful W ly.
k. M. M. 'WRIO/tr.
Mrs. Wright still resides at Lundy's Lai:mind can
be referred to.
DR. tiVoita a'so refers. by permission, to th e
following gentlemen, who have knowledge of his
Method of treatment:
Rev. B. IL Nesbit,D. D.,Editor Pittsburgh ohr/o
-rlon A4Noect ; Hon*. W. 0.. bi'llartht m avor of
Pittsbgrgin Rev. hoe. Sproul!, -D. D.' Ailegbeny
City, Pa.. Pr. , 1% J. R. hrwell. and J. L. Dawes,
Esq, 153 Wood street. Pittsburgh, Pa.
.oMce huur...-10.1. af. to 4- 17. it. No charge for
consultation. _ _ . •
1d whe are unable to visit Dr. sygp,H.
can consult Win by letter, as be treats man, cates
by letter with entire 612C00811. Address,
Dr. J. w.
191 PENN STREET, Plasbarab, /46
St, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
TO INVALIDS the ad-
lived from over sixteen years of
EXCLUSIVE ATTENTION TO A
NGE OF DISEASES; and un expe
ng many thousand cases
.hould bear In mtnd that DR. SYKES
SPECIALIST IN HIS LINE OF
Corner Penn and St. Clair Streets,
The largest, most complete and most successful
Practical Business College,
For the thorough education of Young Men,
This College has now been in con tinned and sac
cessfhl operation for gfteen years,; during which
time it has educated t.r business,
Nearly Twenty Thousand' Students!
From all parts of the United States and Canada,
and fa the only Institution In Pittsburgh or the en
tire West conducted on
ACTUAL BUSINESS PRINCIPLES,
Affording to Students all the advantages of the
School Room and Counting-Nonce Combined
THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION,
Which Is thorough and complete In , all Its parts,
embraces everything essential to the
PRACTICAL BUSINESS MAN,
And Is so arrar.gel
and Sents can complete the
full course In less ti me i t less expense than at
any o her Business College In the United States.
THE BANKING DEPARTMENT
la the most compete thine of the kind In exist
ence, and no other School In tile-country has any
thing in tie line to be compared with It. Every de
partment of praetleal Banking Is b. re fatty repre
sented and carried Into ac• sal practice anions the
ht . .dents. This Department , which has been criti
cally examined by the principal Bankers practical t
Is pronounced by them the best system of
Instruction ever devised.
Is taught by means of a system of actual busineg
transactions originating with the Students tnem. ,-
selves. In which each is required to make - out hia
own Bills, Invoices, &c..issue and redeem his
Notes and Acceptance-, raw
keep an account rattle the Bank with which he-has
daily trans.icalonv, construct his own books of orig
lt al entry, from which all others emanate. so that
when his Book• are completed they constitute the
record of business transacted by himself, and that,
too, on a veritable money basis.
IRON CITY COLLEGE.)
THE MERCHANTS' EMPORIUM
cents a large
with which every Student
has dealings. and which gives
constant employment to several
fituaenia In the various capacities of
Shipping Clerk, Bill Lierk,Corres pending
Clerk. Ca-filer, Assistant Boot-Keeper, Gen
eral Hook-Beeper and Business Manager. 'The
!mines. of the nepartineht. which is exten
sive and corn Oka ed, requires for its suc
cessful management no o , linary
(amount of skill. sod when the Stu
dent is env, ably to manage its
I affairs properly,. he knows
that he is competent for
anything use In the'
line ..f practical
Book - Keep
(MON CITY COLLEGE POST-OFFICE.)
P E NM'ANsHIP
IN ALL ITS FORMS,
Both Plain and Ornamental.
Constitutes Priva t elty ill the regular course of To
etruotloo. Lesions facto at any time dur
log the day or evening.
The School la eo conducted that Studcnta can
COMMENCE AT ANY Tow,
And attend both Day and Evening daises, or
either, as.they Ond It convenient.
Given to all who may desireit. And to such as can
hot attend regularly.
!jT pop, cigeoLARS, containing fen paytiett.
lire, outline or the course of study, a statement of
all necessary expense , o. fao almtles of CO WLEve
PLAIN ANII 01tNAMUNTAL PZNIKANSHIP,
&a., 141:, address
ligr' 7TH AND ST H WARDS
GRANT-AND COLFAX CL1733.
Every member of the above Club, and all other
friends of GRANT AND COLFAX in the
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH WARDS,
Are Invited to 'meet at the Franklin Street School
MONDAY EVENING. nt 6 I-2 o'clock.
And Joie In the Grand-Torchlight Procession, in
honor of Gen. CARL SCHUItZ. gu.22
TUE GRANT AND COLFAX
CLUB of the
FOURTH WARD, Allegheny,
119111 meet THIS (Saturday,) EVENING, Aug. 22d,
AT 73 O'CLOCK.
In COLLEGE HALL, corner Lacock and Sandusky
JOHN MEOBAW, Presldest.
J. E. B. DALZELL.
JAMES W. MURRAY. I
rgrA REPUBEICAN MEETING,
Under the auspices of !the GRANT CLUB of the
FIRST WARD, Allegheny,
Will be held at its spe• kers , stand, In front of the
Hope Engine House, In said ward, ,
THIS EVENING, at 71-2 o'clock.
THOS. M. MARSHALL, Esq.,
H. C. MACKHELL, Esq.,
Col. THOS. M. ISAYN.k.,
And other speakers will address the meeting. Let
toe gathering be as of old. By order of
u22:02 THE CLUB.
GRANT AND COLFAX CLUB.
There will be a tneeting of this Club on
SATIIRDAY EVENING, August W.d, .
AT MARKET HALL,
For the urpose of making arrangements to_partl
elpate In the reception of Gen. CARL SCHURZ on
Monday evening next. The youp cordially e Bor.
ongh, German and English, arenvited
to attend. -
Eloquent speakers will be present.
'MEETING • OF COMIFITEE
ON TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION.
All those SOCIETIES and GRANT CLUBS who"
wish to take part In the
Grand Torchlight - Procession,
On MONDAY EVENING; August 24th, 1 1 388,
in honor of
GEN. CARL scattnt,
Will Bend One or Two Delegates to /1 meettn_g to be
held In CITY HALL. on SATIIEDAY EVENING,
at 736 o'eloth, to complete arrangeme_ntar
an.21:n87 THE COMMITTEE.
THE REPIIIILICANS of :ray-
ETTE COUNTY will hold ,
Mass Meeting at Dunbar Station,
On P. & C. B. R., three miles beyond Connellsville.
On Saturdqy, 22d instant,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
.h Train will leave Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock A. N.,
a wilt return same evening. Tickets for the
round trip, $2.
T. H. INABSHALL„ Esq.,
Hon. JOHN COVODE,
And others will be there,
er GRAND MASS MEETING,
MONDAY, August 24th—
113. City'' la/51.13.7
ON WHICH OCCASION
HON. CARL scHunz,
The eminent SPEAKER and STATESMAN, will
discuss the most Importsnt political questions of
this campaign. The undersigned would most earn
estly invite their fellow countrymen, without dis
tinction of party, to attend-
J. G. Backoten,
C. P. Bauer.
. Wm. Neeb,
- John Gangwisch,
G. G. Backofes,
H. P. Mueller,
J. H. Demmler,
Jul. F. Stark,
Ph. R. Mertz,
Chas, F. Herrosee,
C. F. Schultz.,
Col. Geo. Gent,
AYTEE THE ITEETt4G A
GRAND TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION I
Will be arranged, to which the different GRANT
CLUBS of this city and vicinity are most cordially
Godeffroy Brancker & Co.;
42 EXCHANGE PLACE. NEW 'HEX,
Are prepared, as Sole Agents In the United States
for the Prussian ?dining and Iron Co., of Duisburg,
Westphalia, to contract or sell In quantities to snit
purchasers, (delivered in either New York or PhDs- I
delphia) the celebrate)
V. H. SPIEGELEISEN
Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
ThLs Iron is free frog Sulphur and Phosphorus, and
contaLna a heavy percentage of Manganese. The
above are et/Grandy to contract for, or Bell to arrive.
G. ABNI4 it CO..
of Dortmtmd, ror which latter arm they also have
be Sole Agency in the United States
Full particulars, samples, prices or chemical alv•
itlytib. will be promptly forwarded on application
White, Red, Checked, Striped and Fancy'
31 rr 71 1 I INT S,
/N CitIMAT VARIETY.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. tte.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 'l.'LFl'ii. STREET.
MUST SORT PEARL ASR-12
JL: tAILL In store, for f
c = ir
C. ti. Smith,
:Henry Gerwig, Sr.,
- And others