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_Os RittslntrO Gaittte
THE WET SHROUD.
soh. was halt ale!' runlet T..
"glebe, Mutter, daa stud de Thranen.." .
They gave her back again:
They never asked to see her face; -
But gazed upon her vacant Mace,
Moaning, like those in pain.
There was a brief, hot thirst;
A th rating of the heart for streams;
Which never more save In sweet dream
From that lust fount should burst.
- There was a frightful cry, • •- -
As If the whole great earth Were dead; •
Yet was one arrow only sped,
One, only, called to die.
Then all grew calm as glee • •
And they lit household ways ; once more
Did BY: Inn anguish halt was o'er,
yor they had learned to vveep.
They stood ahout her bed,
And whispered !ow beneath their cloud;
Tor she might hear them speaking loud—
Bhe was so near; they said. •
Softly, her pillows pressing,
With rev. rend brows they mutely lay;
They searn ly missed the risen clay
In her pure soul's esreesing.
Last, from their eyes were driven
Those heart drops, lest to spoke their fears—
Her robes, alt heavy with !heir tears,
Might clog her flight to Heaven!
—Patti and Caux have gone to Switter
--Olga is the name of the youngest Welsh
—There are -
six street railways in San
—The Revolution has the original Lucy
Stone as contributor.
—McClellan is still in Switzerland, where
he spent the sunnier.
—Forty publishers are wanting to pub
lish Mrs. Sto*C's new novel. •
—No horse should ever starve as long as
he has a good bit in his mouth.
—Pope Pius is always dressed in pure
white when he appearS in public.
—The Hanlons exhibited some of their
velocipedestrianism in poston last week.
---Quilp asks how much "cream of a joke"
do you get from the 'pint of the same?
—Queen Victoria has thirteen grand
children, and the cry is still they come.
—Oliver Logan, Anna Dickenson and
Gail Hamilton are all resting from their
—Louisiana is rivaling Hindostan; among
other barbarities it has produced man-eating
—Young men anxious to get rid of their
wild oats wduld do well to buy a sewing
—Texas is drugged with peaches, and it
is spay she can't empty extra crops into
--Bertolini,' one of the De Pol ballet
troupe, died of typhus fever in New York
—Dan Rice was performing in Spring—
field on Monday; in-fact in the Spring-field
he is unrivalled-.
—A man named Roberts, who was ar
rested for bigamy, committed suicide in gaol
in Laconia, N. H.
—New Orleans is unusually healthy this
season, which is a natural consequence of
—Two hundred miles of logs are lying
in the Florida rivers awaiting transports
lion to the saw mills.
—Geo. Alfred, surnamed- Townsend, is
- writing a novel; how long he will keep at
it is as yet a mystery.
—Hon. N. B. Judd has bought a pew in
the Metropolitan Church in Washington for
the use of Chicago visitors.
—England contains two rivers, the Er.
and the Wye, and of course they are not
very far from tue Zruyder-Zee. -
—A Cincinnati Physician, has his twenty-
I first child ; it is said to be a fine infant just
73 years younger than its papa.
--A human skull was found in a pile of
rubbish in an old cellar of a house that was
being torn down in New York the other
—Mr. Charles Drayton, of Toronto, who
weighed 300 avoirdupois, somnambulated
out of a window. atNiagara Falls, and was
picked up in sections.
—Rumor says That the proprietors had
thirty bushels of salt thrown into the Con
gress' springs at §aratoga, to give a new
pungency to the waters.
—A live Yankee is about to .start a fast
line of stage coaches between Jeddo and
,Tokoharna, in Japan; a railroad will proba
bly ere long aupercede them.
—Two Lowell geniuses walked a match
the other day for $3OO, one goingftve miles
crab-fashion, while the other went ten miles
forward. The backward man won.
—A new English troupe has just been
— lmported to New York; Susan Galton, a
niece of Luuisa Pyne, is the prima donna
Sister, is one of the lesseo lights.
—The Marquis of Abercorn, Lord Lieu-
tenant of Erin, is to be created a Duke.
The Marquis has one advantage in common
with Adam, ho will be present at the crea
—The American . Churchman, an able
Protestant Episcopal paper published in
Chicago, is •to be removed to Milwaukee
and undergo some changes on its editorial
Madame - Miramon threatens the publi
cation of her memoirs unless Napoleon finds
means of quieting her; perhaps by buying
the whole edition and the copyright at a
—H. T, Hell:0)01d, the patent medicine
man, bought, last week, a - lot of ground
near the Continental Hotel, Long Branch,
for which he paid $70,000. He intends to
build upon it.
—Mr. Seymour's: friends are watching
him with great anxiety, and already liar
that they can notice the symptoms of that
tiffeotion of the mind,•on which Frank Blair
builds so much. .
—Four magazine writers visited the
Oneida community the other day, so that
we may be on the look out for some'des
criptive essays. instructive articles or re
views of Hepworth Dixon.
I --A. veritable monitor has been ordered
by the Euglish admiralty. This timeeall ex
periments and improvements will *be .avoid
ed,and the ship will be constructed on the
American p!ab,puite and simple.
Two ha let Wria:were burned to death
_recently at a Niiples theatre. Their last ap
ce on any stage was in a Dance of
far more horrible than that of Hol
bein, or the lugubrious one, of Lubeck. -
—Knives, sculls, pistols, maimings and
murders, poison, diseased meat; yellow
fever, Asiatic cholera, . burglaries, arson, -
pocketpicking,-lying and slandering fill up
mist of the New York-papers just now.
—fi. Quartermaster's clerk has recently
discovered in a corn-husk mattress, on San
Padre Island, near Brazos Santiago, - Texaa,
a rusty casket, containing diamonds and
emeralds estimated to be worth $lOO,OOO.
—There is a man in California who swore
-that he would nevetimr a hat orany other
species of head covering until Gen. Fremont
was elected President. This rash vow was
made twelve years ago, and Fremont's
chances are not what most of us would call I
—An engineering firm in San Francisco,
wishing to discover the depth to which a
pile could be driven in the mii, which once
formed the bed of the bay, stink one on - top
of another until the depth of 206 feet was
reached, when they stopped for want of
more pile to nay out.
—As General Grant will not speak, is the
White House to be turned into a *deaf and
dumb asylum ?-01eveland Piaindeakr. If
you should elect Seymour, do you propose
to turn it into a lunatic asylum P—Columbui
Tournal. Pstiaw 1 Orphans' asylums are
Seymour's beat hold, and Biafra, inebriate
asylums.—Chicago Poal. -
-A Southerner is now in Boston who
has invented a machine for reducing the
cane of the Florida canebrakes to fibre, and
the fibre, he thinks, he can put down in
Boston - at two cents a pound. It is claimed
to be equal to cotton rags for the making of
paper, and superior to Manilla hemp for the
manufacture of cordage.
—Democratic papers are betraying__aDile,-
ty to have the soldiers removed from the
South and, sent to fighi, Indians, the Bos
ton Poet says: Couldn't some of our troops
South be as well employed defending white
women and children from Indian outrages
as in protecting', a rascally lot of negroes
from dangers that do not exist.
—The Territorial Enterprise, published
at Nevada City, tells of one M 4 ==e ell
residing in that city, who, on the 22d ul
had such a poWerful sneeze that he actua
sneezed his shoulder out of joint, and did
it so easily thatle did not know how it was
done. It required a surgeon and a good
deal of pulling from four men to pull it in
—Two ladies of Albany recently Appeared'
on the streets, dressed fashionably in all
respects except their head gear, which con
sisted of the old style of bonnets, heavily
veiled.' They were followed by a crowd
from State to Ten Broeck Streets, - where an
officer foolishly arrested them—instead of
the crowd that followed them. Upon being
taken to the police court they were promptly
—Two gentlemen of Marseilles are about
to start out on a tour of the Continent on
- velocipedes. There is an excellent course
for this sort of locomotion on the .streets
around the Allegheny commons and any
young gentlemen who desires local renown
and reputation as "something phrticularly
swell" can attain the pinnacle of his ambition
by purchasing and using here, one of these
twc-wheeled, curious perambulaters.,
—The French are in the habit of impart
ing an artificial flavor and iragTance, to ap
ples and pears by the following process :
The fruit is plucked before being quite ripe;
and is pricked all over with a fine needle;
after which it is placed in a vessel with es
sence of every desirable kind. The exha
lations of the latter are absorbed in a few
seconds by the fruit, and the operation is
repeated several times, until the fruit Is ripe,
when it will be found to have acquired the
Some one explains how the "Grecian
bend" is— produced: A belt is fastened
about the waist, under the skirts. From
this belt, down either side the hips, two
straps, furnished with buckles, descend and
are attached to strong bands made fast
around the lower thighs. As the buckles of
the straps are tightened, the hips are thawn
up and held in position.
Fur Diva's rrasons to be wed 2 .
PArri r• solved we know;
CojArtnerskip. no doubt was one
:Twit made her cake a Cana.
--On account of the extreme heat and
drought in the province of Frise, Holland,
rain water Is sold for sixty centimes a pail,
and well water for thirty centimes. In the
Island of Voorne, Holland, the inhabitants
are almost without water, the air being
filled with all kindS orinsects, many of
which have never before been seen. Nu
merous cases of sunstroke have taken
place among the farmers, and in conse
quence of the Intense heat the harvesting is
done during' the night.
—A little display of vivid imagination, a
soaring away on the winged back: of Pegs
sus, is not•always unpleasant in a newspa
per article, and figurative language has its
admirers in all classes of society. Of all
the newspapers published outside of New
York and Chicago, the Louisville Journal
is certainly the most flowery ; always
famous, in this line it now seeks to surpass
even itsself and so calla Sherman, Thomas
and Meade "satraps," and all other soldiers
"slaves of satraps." while Those who vote
for Grant are "all swinclers, pimps, detect
lives, adventurers, bigots and blaacguards,",
but even such fervid imagination and flail
word-painting may be unappreciated, as es
pecially great works often are.
A LADY riding in a car on the New York
Central Railroad was disturbed in her read
ing by the conversation of two gentlemen
occupying the seat before her. One ofthem
seemed to be a student, of some college on
his, way home for a ,vacation. He used
much profane language, greatly to the an
noyance of the lady. She thought she
would rebuke him, and, on begging pardon
for interrupting them. asked the young stu
dent If he bad studied the languages. "Yes;
madam t I have mastered the languages quite
well." •'Do you read and speak Hebrew ?"
"Quite fluently." "Will you he . au kind
as ;ix do me a small favor?"'•With. great
pleasure. I am at, your service." "Will
you be so kind as to do your swearing in
PITTSBURGH GAZ - ErlE : MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1868.
NO CHARGE MEADE WHEN ARTIFUNAL
TEETH ANE ORDERED.
A FULL FOR $B.
AT DR. ; ' S COTT'S.
RFS .PENN STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALL warm. WARRA I NTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OP GENUINE VIU...CAN
ITE. I , my9:d AT
Ch cl e 1 lens,
'FOR GAS AND OIL.
Jest received, the finest and Largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
WELDON & KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, 00R. VIRGIN ALLEY.
EMENT, SOAP STONE, &c.
joq YDRAULIC CFmIPNT.
rLeanrat, onerrorr TOPE,
HENRY H. COLLINS.
ao16:o70 • _ 23 Wood et
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE,
Cheapest and beat Pipe In the market. Also, RO
LIENDALE RYDRA.IILIC CEMENT for sale.
B. B. & O. A. BROCKETT & CO.
OM ee and Manntketory-940 REBECCA ST.,
Allegheny. , p - Orders by mall promptly attended
Boys', Youth's and Childre:Va.
A LPACCA JACKETS.
In every style. of the greatest variety, suitable for
the present F mann. tieinielilen will find a tine as
sortmeui of Will •nd BROWN DUCK SUL CS,
Ai.PACCA and FLANNEL COATS, &e. every
garment being specially . made :or us by t he bent
Eastern bonspa. Our oricos are as low as good
• text, can be sold at by any firm East or West.
ou7 47 ST. CLAIR STREET.
H . ENille MEYER,
MERCHANT TAILOR, ,
No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, .PlHAburgh, Pa.
Constantly on band, a full assortment of CLOTHS,
CA 4.IIMERES.-VESTINC,S. &e. - • .030:oss
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
DZA.LER IN ALL KINDS OP -
- CRAP TOBACCO AND SEQABS,
No. S SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Com
Branch of 1111 Water street., N. Y.
It. dr. W. .1 - ENTETIVISION,
Manufacturers and Dealers In -
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &c.,
No 6 FEDERAL tIT.. ALLEGRICNY.
H ENRY W. HORBACH, -
Confectionery and Bakery
No. ZOO SMITHFIELD STEBET,
Between Seventh and Liberty.
_ SirLADIES , OYSTER SALOON Attached ,.
GEO - . scHLELEnv;
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
&ND DIIALIS 11(
FOREIGN / DOMESTIC FRUITS I NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streota, Alle
gheny. Sir* Constase4 on hand, ICE CREAM, of
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C
BUT THE BEST AND CHEAP. EST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCIfuMACXER PIANO combines . all the
latest valuable llnprovemente known in the con
struction of a first class Instrument" and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and'sweet. The
workmanship, for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from SSG to $l5O, (acoording to
style and finish, : i cheaper than all other so-called
first class Piano.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at the bead of all reed instruments, In pro
ducing the most perfect pike quality of tone of any
similar Instrument In the United States. It is sim
ple and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out. of order.
CARPENTER'S PNT " VOX I.II3MANA
TREMOLO" is only to m be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $550. All guaranteed for dye
BARB, SNAKE & METTLER,
•niti9 . No. 12 ST. CLA lit STREET.
HATS AND CAP.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
STRAW - R.A. r l -I S,
AT M'CORD &
1717 131 WOOD BTILICET.
m ARTIN LIEBLER,
RATS, CAPS AND • ,
P - CIII4S
Also. Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealei
in TRUNKS, VALISES. Ac., No. 13M SMITH-
FIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.
orders nront Ns tilled and satisfaction guaranteed.
THE ''GREAT AMERICAN COM
• BUTTON-110LE OVERSFAMINO
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
BEING ABSDLIITELY THE BEST TAMMY
MACHINE IN THEIy_ORLD, AND Di-
TRINSICA LILY THE CHE APEST. -
iirAgentA wanted to sell this Machina
CHAS. O. 13A.T.SLE'lr,
CitratunTAlJApivintryi for Western
F AMILY ', FLOOllito:
PEARL tftt e l, 13Lti Fc *RAND, equal to the beet
St. Luul. brawls. PRAM. MILL IlltAN
as goo., as se-t 1 I hto br , nds. thaiN
FLOUR "lid COHN e.,AV, Akr SCE: that , all tacks
sift frvituid sud!datett. •
R. T. ENIEDIEIDY & BEck,
-11u7a= Emma. hLt.LL.
r , mi
AT POPTJLAR PRICES
J. N. BURCHFIELD & Co';
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS.
Jak 87....XL1MET 8171ZET....137.
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NEW MOHAIR. •
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
tar No. 168 Wylie Street... al
CARR' MCCANDLESS & GO.,
(Late WLleen, Carr & Om.)
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
O. 94 WOOD STREET •
Third door above Diamond alloy.
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
TORN PECK Orlialite'utal Hail
HAIR WORKER ' AND PERFUMER. No. 183
tdrd street.' near Sin!MAW, Plttsburalt.
Always on hand, a
_general assortment of Ladles'
WIUS, BANDS, CURLS; Bautkonen's WIGS, TO.
PEES SCALPH, GUARD CHAINS, BRACELETS;
lte. Mg° A good Prim In eash will be even toy
RAW ALR.. -
Ladles , and ,
Gententen's .Hale Cimino donm
the neatest manner. mime:
/1/INJAMLIN 81PIGNRLY rill Lir 111,as.
aIISGERLY & CLEIS, tiliccensers
to tibl). F. tionucuilam •
The only eteam Litttuitraphie trAtittlinttuteet West
of the Mutintaine. Beninese Oarda, Letter ltett.h.
Bowl*, Labels, Circulars. Show Itti t ionu t e,
Portrait Views, Oertltloatue of Deposita, levita
tion Canto,. &a., Nos. 79 and 74 Third stroot,,
Plunnann, • . .
In the LBWS Styles and Fabrics,
JUST OPENED AT
10 and 182 Federal St, Allegheny.
80 and 182 Federal St., Alleghen
No. 52 se. Clair St.
NE PRINTS, "" NEW W
.NEW DELAIN ES,
ALL WINPL BLACK avid WHITE PLAIDS
for 25 rents. womb 50.
WHITE 0 IBM NPRINTS. black figure;
-Will K G KOHN D A LPACCAS, do;
BLACK ALPACCA . .,
BLAt K DOESKIN CASSIMEBES;
BLACK AND BLUE CLOTH,
RLEAuIIED I .IaSLINs,
LINENS. TABLE LINENS,
TOWELS AND NAPKINS.
ALL ENTIRELY NEW
air. Remember the place;
No. 52 St. Clair Street,
Near Liberty. well aide.
MARKET STREET. Q 1•
- IA PRICES I
TO C 1.4 :)f ErE
87 MARKET STREET.
WHOLESALE DEALNEUS IH
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Sk,
NOW OFFERS A LARGE AND COMPLETE
AT TEE LOWEST PRICES,
wi oI.Es &I.E & RETAIL,
DAILY ADDITIONS WILL BE MADE,
DIMING THE SEASON
TRIMIVEINUS AND NOTIONS.
AT MACAUM, GLYDE & CO.'S,
78 and 80 Market Street.
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRONS,
LADIES' WHITE UNDERWEAR;
A full IluA of HOSIERY;'
MORRISON STA B. SHIRTS.---
- GENT'S PIPER CO :LARS, r
LADIES' Do. AND cur P 4,
A full line of JET SETS;
SILKS BULLION FRINGES,
SILK E. SATIN BUTTONS,
A Complete Assortment of White Goods,
SWISS, VICTORIA, LAWN.
LINEN, OAM_BRIC, &c.
HOOP SKIM, in all 'the Newest Styles.
KID GLOVES, at all prices;
GENT'S LADIES' S MCKIE UNDERWEAR
MEN'S JEAN DEA WERE ;
1,000 Doz. BALMORAL 11.09 E;
5;000 Lbs. WOOLEN YARNS
Q' spcelal Rates to Jobbers.
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
is and SO Market Street.
nitICES MAASED DOWN!
SACRUM dr, CARY:MT:FM
110.19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY• REDUCED!
ON AND APTRII JULY IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladies`,) for ...... 50e
CORSETS, (Red Prose-10— S 9
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 ...... sa
KID GLOVES, (warranted,) • 1.00
PAPER - COLLAIIB ..... ..... ...... 10
200 Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good). 5
,POCKET BOOKS. worth 50e. 25
KEN'S BITIENER UNDERSHIRTS 50
NEN% JEAN DRAWERS 75
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
IN ALL MINDS OF GOODS.
Special Rates to Merchants 4: Dealers.
ILACIRI7III & 1 1 APTIcT-Tl,
mum 19 EDITH STREET..
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
lOU WOOD ISTRIIET
CHLNA; GLASS AND
tELLVER PLATED RARE,
And other STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS. $ great variety.
100 WOOD trrszicT.
RICHARD I E. BREED .t CO
lOU Wool) erritEXT:
Tl Issiti, U TlO'.—Th Partner
ship heretofore existing betootn the into.
scribers, under the nem of
ANDE/LSON. COOK & CO.,
Is this day dessoieert by. mutual ("meow.. The 'foxi
ness id 'AN' istml dm will - ts..settled tiro.,r 81211CeS-
Ons, Messrs. u ?I II gitsoN & w 00m.4. . 1. Lb . ointe
of the Pittsburgh htuei Works. -
K. A VDER-Oifi
J W. (1 , /tIK.
w . ty00133.
The DivirSollenee baring' 1160.*H•61 of his Interest
In the late fi rm of I; 1;3(3 , ). 4* OOK to
ht e. ...„ . A N Ptt N bee. leave to reo
etetued I.le auceett•vre.lo the pathweae of the mu
tineers..! tha, f-rutt nrut. 1 W . 0;10E.
YittetPurigh, July 55151.14 Jra
180 and 182 Federal Sk, Allegheny
LINEN SHIRT FRONT'S.
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Are now finished and in operation. 160 miles of
track have been laid this spring, and the work along
the _whole line between the Atlantic and Pacific
States is being pushed forward more rapidly than
ever before. More than twenty thousand men are
employed, and it is not Impossible that the entire
track, from Omaha to Sacramento, will be finished
In 1869 instead of 1870. The means provided are
ample, and all that energy, men and money can - do
to secure the completion of this
CREAT NATIONAL WORK,
At the earnest possible day, will be done
The 'UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
I.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the right of way,
and all necessary timber and other materials
found along the line of its operations.
11.7 A GOVERNMENT GRANT of 12,800 acres .
of land to the mile, =ten in alternate sections
on each side of its road. This is an absolute do
, nation, and will be a source of large revenue in
M.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of United States
Thirty-year Bonds, amounting to from 116,000
to 08,000 per mile, according to the difficul
ties to be surmounted on the various sections to
be built. The Government takes a second mort
gage as security, and It is expected that not only
the interest. but the principal smount may be
natd in services rendered by the Company in
transporting troops, malls. as. The interset tb
now much more than paid In this way, beside:
securing a great saving in time and money to the
IV.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the right tc
issue its own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, tc
aid in building the road, to the same amount at
the U. S. Bonds, Loaned for the same - Purpose,
and no more. The Government Derntita. tht
Trustees for the First Mortgage Bondholders tc
deliver the Bonds to the Company o n ly as the
road is completed, and after It his been exaredo.,
- ed by United States Commlealonen and pro.
nounced to be In all respects a drat-class Rail
road, laid with a heavv T rail, and oomplete4,
supplied wlth , depots, stations, turnouts, ear
shops, locomotives, oars, dz.
V.—A CAPITAL STOCK SUBSCRIPTION how,
the stockholders, of which OVER EIURT MIL
LION DOLLARS have been solid in upon thi
work already done, and which will be increase<
as the wants of the Company require.
VI.—NET CASH EARNINGS on its. Way Business
that already amount to MORE THAN THE IN
TEREST on the First Mortgage Bonds. Thee
earnings ire no Indication of the vast throng!
traffics that must follow the opening of the lin ,
to the Pvitic, but they certainly prove that
FIRST MORTCACE BOND:
upon such a property, costing nearly three time
their amount, ARE SECURE BEYOND ANT
The Union Pacific Bonds run thirty yews. are fo
•I,OW eszb, and bare C0U130113 attached. The
bear anrinal interest, payable on the first - days c
January 'find July, at the . Company's Office, In tit:
City of New York. at the rate of six per cent. I
gold. The Principal is payable in gold at maturity
the price Is RM. and at the present rate of gold
they pay a liberal ineomemi their cost.
The Company believe that these Bonds, at th
prvsent rate, are the ebeapc.t 1D the market, an
reserve the right to isivance the price at any Um
Einbentiptions Will be received In Pittsburgh by
JAMES T. BRADY & Co., corner of Woo
and Fourth otreeta;
HART, CAUGHEY & Co., earner of No*
and Third Streets:
S. BIeCLEAN & CO., 18 Fourth Street;
PH. R. MERTZ, comer Cosh and Wood Sts.;
ROBINSON 8R05.,18 Fourth street;
AN!? IN NEW YORK
At the Company's Oaks, No. SO gawa i
Street, ral by
JOHN J. CISCO & SON, Bankers, No. 5
Wall Street, and by the Company's advertise .
agents throughout the United Mates,
Remittances should be made In - drafts or °the
funds par In New York, and the Bonds will be set.
tree 'of charge by return express. Parties cut
scribing through local agents, will look to them
their safe delivery. -
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOR 1868 has jib
been. published by the Company; giving fuller it
formation than la possible in an advertisement,
sporting the Progress of the Work, the Resource
sof the. Country traversed by the ROad, the Meat
for Construction. and the Value or the Bonds, wine '
will be sent free on application at the Company ,
°Moen, or to Any of the advertised agents.
JOHN J. CINO:), Treasurer,
BAUR & MOSER,
tritITIT HOUSE ANSOCIATION NUILDIIQQti , Fla
ill And 4 Mt, Clair :greet, l'ittaintrial, Pa. itipeei:
attention given to the designing and building
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