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CHEAP EVES FOE THE PEOPLE.-
Vie GREAT WESTERN GUN WORSE! have been
removed to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STREET, where
wilt always be found the mast complete assortment
441 Onus, Pistols, Ammunition and Sport.
lug Material, &v., in tee city. All kinds of Guns
and Pistols careful ly repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and REVOLVERS. Send stamp
for illustrated Circular. Agents ulanted in every
town in the United States. Address, J. 11. JOHN
STON. 179 Smitheeld Street. Pittsburgh.
egrJOHN N. rURVIA.NCE,
Register In Bankrnptct for 2:d District,
Office, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY
Kir Office hotirs-9. y. to SP. M
rag - NOTICE TO TEACHERS:-
An examination of applicants for the
schools of Harrison township, will bc held at NA
TRONA. TUESDAY, August 25th. at,-9 o'clock
A. M. Term, six months. Salary $45 per month
By order of the Board
S. C. ALTER, Secretary
SPICE® SALMON.-100 CANS
ju 4 received from Boston: also P'ckled Salmon
10 small Hits, for family use, or for sale by the
pound, at the Family Grocery Store of
JOHN A. RENSHAW, •
'Corner Liberty and Hand s,reets.
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK.
—5 CASE'S genuine “Euglell brand Just re
ceived; also Condensed Beef for making Bee: Tea,
Beef Soup. Ste., in stone Jars or tablets, for sale at
the Family Grocery Store of
;enrol JOHN A. RENSHAW.
SHIP heretofore existing between
romond and J ames W. List, udder the arm-name
of Hammond IE List, was dissolved August 22,
MS, J. W. List retiring from the firm. the busi
ness will be conducted by J. M. Hammond, who
will settle all the debts of the old firm.
JAS. Bf. HAMMOND,
JAS. W. LISP.
OFFICE OF CONTROLLER OF ALLEGHENY CO.;
PIT SBGRGII: August ?44th, 1868.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.-
On and after September Ist, the SIX PER
DO.NT. BONDS, Issued by Allegheny c 'Linty, May
I=t,-1863, In „payment of Bounty to Volunteers,
will be redeemetl on p , esentatlon at this °Mee.'
Interest on these bonds will cease November Ist,
HENRY LA `AMERY. Controller
OFFICrOF CITY ENGINEER AND Scum :you, tt
Pittsburgh, August 24, 1868.
.q"OTICE.—The Assessment: for
Grading, .Paving and Curbing SMA um Jur
• ciEET, from Morton to Clymer street, Is now
ready for examination, and can be seen at this office
until THII4I3DAY, reptember 3d, 1888. when it
will be returned to the City Treasurer's Office for
-collection. H. .1. MOORE,
auM:v4 • • ' • • City Enzinger .
.EXECUTORS , NOTlCE.—Letters
testamentary on' the ESTATE OF WM.
A STRONG, late of Plum Township. Allegheny
county, deceased, having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same will present them
to the undersigned, properly authenticated, for set
tlement. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG,
R. F. LOGAN,
ARM FOR SALE.--Containing
226 acres. 16 tulles from Allegheny CRT, on
t Zellenople and Perrysville Plank Road. Mould
nate an excellent Dairy or Drain Farm, as it has
' been used as a Stock Farm for many years; water In
revery. field: Improvements—frame dwelling of 8
rooms, nearly new . and frame bank barn, 40 by 80,
with s hades and all other necessary Improvements.
Also, 134 acres, same tract; could be divided to suit
, purchasers. Will be sold low and on easy terms.
Inquire of DAVID or THOMAS ROBLNSuki, on the
premises, or DAVID SLOAN, 82 Ross street, Pitts
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
RUSSELL & ERTVIN'S
Celebrated Locks & Builders' Hardware,
ALSO, DRUM'S PATENT SHUTTER HINGE
AND SASH PULLEY at
WIIITESIDES & DRUM'S;
su2.I:NIC 79 FEDERAL BT., ALLEGHENY
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES.
French Burr Smut Machines,
THE BEST WHEAT CLEANERS IN USE
Portable Flour and Feed Mi lls,
All numbers and best quality. For sale at
319 and 3.2ll.iberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa
W. W. WALLACS.
DOLLAR SAYINGS . BANK;
No. 85 Fourth Street.
CAR.EL c rEIII3:I3 IN ,1855.
• ASSUms 5g.,181,72e 19.
OpendailyTrom 9 to %o'clock,' also 011 W}CONEer;
.DAy and SATURDAY EVENINGS, from May Ist
to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from No..'
• vember Ist to May lst, from 9 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received ofll sums of not less than ON E
;DOLLAR, and a dividend of. the profits declared
twice a year, in June and December. Interest has
been declared semi-annually 111 June and December,
since the Bank was organized, at the rate of adz per
Interest, if not drawn out, is: placed to the credit
pf the depositor as principal. and .bears the same In
-lerest from theist days ofJune and December, com
pounding twice a year without troubling the depot
itorl to call, or even to present his pass book. At
rate money will double in lees than tweiveyears.
4Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Ruleaand
gulations furnished gratis on application at the
atlice. • . -
Pengumer—GEOßGE ALBREE. -
' . VICE PRESIDENTS: 'l4
, IJohn G. Backofen, A. M. Pollock, 111. D.,
yenj s Lar r a d hne i ttock,, Robert_ Hob, ,
Jon H. Snoenberger,
James McAuley, James Shidle,
James B. D. Heeds, Alexander Speer,
• i Isaac IL Pennock, Christian Yeager.
.• ' TRUSTEES: I
• 1 Wm. J. Anderson, Robert C. Loomis,
Calvin Adams, ' ' - Ileum J. Lynch,
...'i John C. Bindley, •Peter A. Madeira, •
George Black, John Marshall,
" Hill Burg - win, Walter P. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, John B. McFadden,
Charles A. Colton, , Ormsby Phillips,
John Evans, Henry L. Ringwalt,
' 1 John J. Gillespie, Wm. E. Schmertz,
; William S. Haven, Alexander Tindle,
. Peter H. Hunker, William Van Elrk, -
Richard Hay, Isaac Whittler
3 James D. Kelly, Wm. P. Weym'an.
, 1 TILICARUILER--CHARLES A. COLTON.
• : BECUETART—JAMES - B. D. HEEDS ,
11 - lIST RECEIVED, ,
• . : 1 AT EATON'S, •
•1 31 No. 17 Fifth Street. 1
A great aeiortment . of
VANDYICE LACES AND EDGING%
1 GENUINE JOITVIN HID GLOVES,
NEW SHADES IN RIBBONS,
REAL LACES, Atc
N oun MAY COW.
Taken up by the Pollee. on the 17th day of An
• ' •
..,%ed color, with white spots on back and sides. The
wner Is desired to come forward, prove property
lLnd pay charges , or she will oe sold on
MONDAY, the 24th day of Anrast,
2 o'clock r. M., at Patten onle Stable, on Fourth
MATTHEW J. GBEENt,
1.,au200174 Chief of Police.
11)111' OAK LUMBER.
= A CHOICE LOT OF i `b
FLOORIIW and COAL 1111 1 11A14
t:3 Ylrd below Snopenslon Bridge, Allegheni
Cr DL P. ADAMS & DUO..
;.aul4:n24:. .11ANCOOS. Sr., PITTSBITRGEL
NOER, BELTING AND
STEAM PAOKI.—A fall stock n band at all
rep, and of the best quality. Parties wishing to
up mills or shops where Belling to required, will
fid our prices Ad lcrw as can be had in the East, and
ht saved. •
J. & H. r HILLIPS,
SIR Rt. !Nair 6000.
_SAUL ASH -2 casks for sale
bi J. B. CANFIELD 0 BON.
C_F I NTRAIL
NO. 35 BANK BLOCK.
Stockholders Individually Liable.-
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE I '
POINTS OF THE UNIT t.D STATES
Particular attention given to the Purchase and '
Sale of t , overnment Securities.
INTEILEST PAID ON TIEIt DEPOSITS.
THOMAS FAWCETT, MADISON BAILEY,
D. W. C. CARROLL. W. I'. LOGAN,
JAMES IL HOYKINS, GEtoROY.43INGIIAM,
JULIUS ADLER, JOSHUA RHODES,
JAMES BOWN, . PAUL IL lIAUKX,
J. IL WALTER, ' • JAMES LYONS.
THOMAS FAWCETT, President
ALLEN KRAMER, Vice rrealdertt
J. W. DAVITT. Cashier',
M. REPeUifIN GS, A9Blttl.:ui,Cat.bier
Accounts of Depositors with the KRAMER &
RAII3I. RANKING 11011 SE hale been trantrrred to
au24vll ' J. W. DAVITT, Cashier.
GRAND OPENING ?,
No. 30 ST. CLAIR. ST.
D. W. SMITH
Will open Saturday' Morning, Ang. 22,
At the abo'e named place, with S full line and en•
tirely new stock of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Hosiery and Gloves, .;
Shirts and Drawers,
Troop Skirts and Corsets.
Neck Ties and Bans,
Suspenders and Satchels,
Sleeve Buttons, Umbrellas, Canes,
troderwear,otall sorts and sizes, &e.
zuzynsi - • I
ADMINISTRATOD'S SALE OF
FARMS.- The undersigned will sell on
717E14DAY, Sept. 1, 1888, at 12 o'clock M.
By Public Outcry, at ifiltenberger's Station on
the Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad, the fol
lowing tracts or pieces of land, to-wit: One tract
of land situate in Tyrone and Perry townships,
Fayette county, Pa.. con mining 329 acres and 'al
lowance, having a front of nearly three miles on
the Connellsville Railrord and Youghiogheny river,
fully described in Letters Patent from tne C, mmon
wealth of Pennsylvania toG.MILTENBER9ER and
JAMES BROWN, on which is erecte ,, a small dwel
ling and stab , e, now, occupied by James Knight.
Also another tract of land in Tyrone township, at
or adoining the above named, also described In Let
ters Patent, containing 221 acres snd 90 perches.
with allowance, and having a .front of nearly two
miles on the Conuellsrllie Railroad and-Youghio
gheny rifer, on which tract are erec , ed •two frame
dwelling houses and a Fir Brick Works and En
gine and tnachluery: now In working order.
The above described tracts have a considerable
quantity of timber - on them, besides Farm Land, and
stone suitable for. building purposes of the hest qual
ity; also furnace stone-and stone stv table for manu
facturing Cement. • The end of the _tract nearest
Pittsburgh is said to contain a vein of Coal and good
Terms of sale—One-half cash, balance in one year
with interest, to be secured in such manner as the
Administrator may determine.
. S. F. VON BONNHORST.
Administrator de boats non, etc., of Geo..,_Villten
berg r deceased, and Trustee.
Jones W J
T . 113T OF L
_ILA uncalled for
August 24th', 1:
Brown II E
Boyd VII E
Jones W 9
' Lorentz Mollie E
Larimer Susie C
Miller ' , rank
ld organ Me Patk
Oliver T G
Davis Lindsey .
Davis David W
Duell Mary Jane
' O' Don n ell Wm
011Trr D B
Hamilton 0 W
Hasher u J
ERNEST G. K
R F. DAUBITZ 9 8
FALK & CO., Importers,
76S Penn St.; Pittsburgh, Pa.
This great HERB LIQUOR has gained wide celeb
rity La all Europe :ruin Its marvellous efficacy in
curing all nemorrhoidal complaints and diseases of
tne stomach. We earnestly Invite the attention of
the &Muted to this great remedy. and offer gratis
the circulars giving directions for use, together
with the certificates of eminent authorities regard
ing its curative merits.
asr Sold in all Drug Stores.
au20:09 OR. FAI.K & CO.. Importers.
B LACK SILK S4CI/11,ES.
Lama Lace Points,
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES, BY
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
25 Fiftb Street,
F W. c. FELD & C 0. ,/
ill DEALERS IN
GLUE, CITILLED HAIR,
Tanners'. Scraps, Careens, Cattle Talls,
BONES, NEAT'S FOOT OIL, -- &C.
°Mee and Warehouse, No. 335 LIBERTY ST.,
3d door from Wayne,
OIL WELL ' • I
Steam Engines for Sale.
GRM-4,BEtlizinto igechlicaMndtea, STEA M
and A 4
Inch stroke, with all the tixtures
POE. ROBING OIL WELLS.
Address HUGH M. BOLE & CO.,
swum) 'Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
One - Horizontal Engine, of 20 horse Dower.
One •liiieger" Engine. of
moo, •medium sizes DRILL PREttli.
Terms mush. Address, with description and prlOe.
JOSIAH COPLEY, Jr.;
60 River Avenue,
ci w .00D CANNED
M. ,EA cEEES, PLUMB AND RAIRBERBIES.
Selling it very low prim, at
GEORGE 13134 VENT
11* Ihderal Meet, Alleihesy.
Phillips D C
Robson John C
Res nolds A M
, Riley Patk
Solomon Eliza A
Slattery Him rlet
Smith Wash H
Typber L .
Wilson John .
Young O H
EHAN, P. M
PII7F.BUSOII GAZETTE MONDAT', AUGUST 24, 1868;
No. 37 FIFTH STREET,
HAS JUST PUBLISHED
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'lncluding the most Important improvements in
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pils of other colleges never see a Set of National
Bank, Railroad or Private Bankers Books.
••. • .
Our new . 1.1 page DOUBLE QUARTO DESCRIP
TIVE CIRCUI. AR, containing the College terms, Use
report of the Committee of tho Chambers of Com
merce of New York on the above work, /as simile
engravings of our penman's writing, sliver medals,
&c., mailed free. Address
That after repeated trials of other remedies, Ito
back's Stomach Bitters, Blood Purifier and Blood
Pills are the best medicines extant to cure the dis
eases for which they are recommended.
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
There is no medicine In use so . eliticacone as Dr.
Eoback•s Blood Further and Blood Pills for the
permanent cure of Blind or Bleeding Piles; they
strike at the root of disease, thereby removing the
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
There is, perhaps, no one thing that has done so
much to promote the cause of temperance as that
gentle stimulating tonic. Boback's Stomach Bitters:
they strengthen and invigorate - without producing
the ill effects of alcoholic stimulants.
Sold by all , Druggists Everywhere.
pfit i PS:**•*g r t-1
Are Pills that have a direct and powerful action o
the liver, and relieve any inactivity or congeste
state of that all Important organ upon which de
nedds the whole process of. a
digestion. The import
ance. then, of procuring Pill that shall have such
direct action without the ill effects of mercury, is
manifest to every one; such Pills are Roback's
Blood Pills; they are warranted purely vegetable,
and can with certainty be relied upon, and are safe
at all times.
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
• INDIGESTION •
Is but another name for Dyspepsia, and the parent t
of many Ills. Roback's .Stomach Bitters taken In
wine-alass-full doses, directly after each meal., will
surely effect a permanent cure. Do not take our
word for it, but try them.
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
Is one of the many diseases of which Dyspepsia Is
the parent. To effect a cure .persons should avoid
hearty food at night, and take a wine•glasa-full of
Roback's Stomach Bitters on retiring to bed. •
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.,
During the Spring triontim tt is one of the regular
household duties to renovate, and, to Multtult•
city of other duties one's , own self ts, i In a great
measure, overlooked: thousands of 'valuable lives
might be prolonged,.aid many doubtless saved from
preinature graves by thoroughly renovating the
system. with Dr. Itoback's Blood. pills, Stomach
Bltrrs and Blood Purifier.
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere.
le one ottbe many disorders of the nervous system,
arising from a low state of the constitutional health
or severe prostration after lone continued sickness,
and requires invigorating remedies like Boback's
Stomach Bitters to restore the nerves to their natu
Bold by all Ornfighits Everywhere.
WllO SELLS THEM?
The Agents for the sale of ROBACIVS BLOOD
PILLS, STOBIKCII BITTERS and - BLOOD PURI
FIER are all Druggists everywhere.
U.. S. PROPRIETARY MEDICINE CO.,
' PROPRIETORS, •
Godeffroy Brancker Co.,
42 EXOHANGE PLACE. NEW YORE,
Are prepared, as Sole Agents In the United States
for the Prussian Mining and Iron Co., of Duisburg,
Westphalia, to contract or sell in quantities to suit
parchasers, (dellve . red in either New York or Phila
delphia) the celebrate I
V. H. . SPIEGELEISEN
Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
• BESSEIVIER STEEL
This Irori is free from Sulphur and Phosphorus, and
contains a heavy percentage of Manganese. The
boys are also ready to contract for, or sell to arrive,
G. AGainTa , co., •
Dortmand, for which latter firm they also hav e
the Sole Agency In the United States.
Fall particulars, satnples, prices or chemical an
alysts will be promptly forwarded on application.
TO-LET Oa FOR SALE.
SIX NEW • BRIM ROUSES,
In Second ward, Allegheny. Reasonable terms
W. B. TAYLOR„
I.IACE LEATHER, rage's Fat=
eat, for sale wholaade and retail, at AO and
t. Glair Wad. -
01 it He PHILLIPS /
CARP TS AND OIL CLOTHS.
CA 7 .IETS.
Manufacturers' recent advance in
prices, we will continue topffer the
Largest stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Carpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this sea
son. Just received, a few pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
P, DUFF St SON,
I Pittsburgh, Pa
OLIVER I'O'CLINTOCK & CO.,
NEW CARPETS !
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
CURTAINS AND CORNICES.
McFARLAND & COLLINS,
71 and 73 Fifth ( Street.
Next Building to U. Sjeuetom House & Postotllee.
STIMME I R STOCK
MA 'VP I MT Gl- S,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. &e.
BOVARD, ROSE &
21 EMI STREET.
*hitch TEN YEARS' TRIAL in New York and oth
er Eastern cities has proved a complete success.
Ist—Fading and Shrinkage are completely avoid
TNATlPre in eli a tTo l g n d e g:, m r a n r .litis or their larvae,
theZrpeL[snearlas good as new, savethe
t.a 74 ome l r
dean, a Carpet will wear as
long again, a desirable matter as a mere point of
economy, to say nothing of looks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THE OFFICE,
No. 179 Liberty Street'
Or addressed to P. 0. Box 473, will receive prompt
GEO. t. IffeCIAINTOCK,
AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLES,
AaD 0010IIIATION UUBBIONEL
I:lndisputably the beet lin nee. NEW IMPROVE
MENTS-, Patented Nov. Seth, 1807. and - Aril
91st, 1808. Everything relating to billiards eli p te
best quality and lowest prices always an hand.
Our NEW CUE TRIMMER, Patented May sth,
1868, price sB.so—a great success.
Illustrated price lists sent on application. Address
PREILAN &• COLLENDER.
63. 85, 67 and 09 CROSBY Sr., New York City
DYER AND SCOURER.
No. 3 ST. CLAIR STREET
And Nos, 185 and 187 Third Street,
PITT ritriiGH. PA.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
No. 32 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, oviicisita,
High street, Pittsburgh, Ps. Rea Wanes, No. 143
Jobbing done 'with heatness and dispatch. All
orders promptly attended to. and satisfaction wan
Machine Stone Work:,
Northwest corner of West Common, Allegheny.
FILHIPIL ATVATEIa Ce. 00.
Hive on hand or prepare on 'Wert notice Hearth
and Step [Stones, lr Loa.B:elewalks, Brqwerf
Vgits. so. Head ana Tomb ' , hones, M.
gni promptly cleaned* ?Hoes reasonable
45 Ohio street
No. 23 Filth Street,
AT POPULAR PRICES .
Newest and Best Patterns
UWE AND NOTTINGHAM
White, Red, Checked, Striped and Faney
ZIV GREAT VAIIEEVInt.
DYER AND SCOURER,
THE WESTERN UNIVERSITY
Every Parent and tAiardlais who has a eon or 'told I
to educate should know that we have in our city
Chartered institution, endowed by the State and
the generous friends of learning to the :.mount of
*4OO 000 Preparatory, 'Commercial, Scfrntific
and Collegiate in 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 to the country, is endowed, is in charge
or au sstronomer of great ability, and is haying
fonr new Instrumets soloed to it at •11 expense of
15, 000. All the income from endowment and from
tuition Is expended in supporting the institution.
The aim or the Board of Trustees, who are among
our mos enterprising and benevolent citizens, Is to
furnish the nest advantages to all ouc youth equal
to those enjoyed in any of our cities. instruc•
'don in all th courses of study ',thorough, no tem
porary expedients being resorted foto secure popu
larity merely. Only Professors of abilltTand expe
rience ate employed.
Caislogoes or information may be had by calling
at the Lniversity Building, corner of itriss AND
DIAMOND STREETS, between and 14' , 0 A- sg.
The next term will commence September let.
GEORGE WOODS. LL. D., President, and Profes
sor of Mental and Moral Science, Reed street.
JosErii. F. (Inuit:o. A. M.. Professor of Green
Language and Lite int ure, 13,4 6 vile Street.
HON. if IP:NM LL. D Piofessor
of Law, 110 Penn street.
BFNJASIIN C. JILLSON. PIT. 8., M. D., Professor
of Chi mistry, Geology sue Mineralogy, Belletleid.
MILTON B. GoPY, A. M.. Professor of Mathemat
ics. Broad street, Sewickley.
Filf.V. EDWARD P. CRANE, A. M., Professor of
Latin Language and Literature, 61 Sandussi St.,
EUvOLPit LEONHAnT. A. M., Professor of Ger
man Language & Gen'l History, Han kips' Station.
SAMUEL P. LANGLEY, Profess° of Physics and
Astronomy, and Lkirec,or of Observatory, Observa
- Professor of Rhetoric and Ora' ory.
JERE' lAil AyEitS, A. M., Principal of Pre
paratory Department and Instructor in Latin.. 32
Federal strret, Allegheny.
ALPHONSE M. DANSE, Instructor In French Lan
guag-. 6 lianecck street.
I. N. FoRNEIt, Principal of Commercial Depart
ment, 163 Wy le street. au!Zzatas
PITTSBURGLI FEMALE COL
REV. I. C. PERSHINGDII•, DIRECTOR,
In buildings, faculty, 'Patronae and all tho facil
ities for securing a thorough, solid and ornamental
education the leading ladies school In the State, and
one of the first In the Union.
Twenty-two able and accOmplished Teachers, su
perb buildings, which have Just been repainted, car
peted and improved at a heavy - outlay. Thnrough
course of study. Unsurpassed facilities In all the
ornamental branches, especially music-
Fall Term comnunces SEPL'EMBER 2.. Applica
tions can be made at any time, either in per--on or
M. SIMPSON, Pres. Trustees
No. 267 P?
Messrs. J. B. NitlvaLL, 'Messrs. TI. Nhwiti.L.
J. ALLEN' MeChum, • W. JLOAN, (late of Co-
W. A. BURCIIFIELD, lumbla College,)
MISS SYZNCiIi, = . 3IULLEI:,
Business will be resumed on TUESDAY, Ist day
of September._ _
Terms as before—s4o per session Of five months•
No extra charges. Application for admliskon to
either Ladies' or Boys' tiohool will be received at
the rooms during the last week in Angest, from 9
o'clock A. M. till 12 Y. aulintal-miTli
CHESTER, Delaware Co., Penna
The Seventh Annual Session of this Academy
" It n ie s b r u E llYl i ng S s? A ar Y e'n '-' gr t ind 'complete ln all their
Particular attention given to the morals and per
sonal habits of cadets.
For circulars apply to CHARLES H. PAULSON,
Esq., No. 73 W0 , y.4 street, Pittsburgh. or to Col.
THEO. HYATT, Chester, Pa. auI:UM
A JUMP BOWMAN INSTITUTE.
—A COLLEGIATE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
PIES.—No. 62 GRANT STREET.'
The duties of this Scnuol will be resumed on MON
DAY, t.pt..anher 14th. The course of study in
cludes the English Branches. Mathematics. Latiu
and Dinwinr. The Music Department is under the
direction of the able Prof- eisor, H. ItOHBOCK.
80 , h Day and Boarding Paoli& received.
Fur further particulars send for a Register, Of ap
ply to the Rector,.
REV. R. J. COSTER, M. A
At 'Troy, N, Y.
Very thorough Instruction In Civil. Mechanical
and Mining Engineering, Chemistry and Natural
nclence. Graduates obtain most desirable pool.
Dons. Reopens wept. Stu. leor the new Annual
Register. giving full Information address Prof.
CHARLES DROIVNE, Director, Troy, N. Y.
APOLLO INSTITUTE AND SEM
INARY, No. 80 FOURTH STREET, Pitts
burgh an ENGLISH, SCIENTIFIC and CLASSICAL
SCHOOL, for Girls a•d Boys conducted by JAMES
M. MAURUM and MARY F. MACHUM. The Fall
_Session commences MONDAY, September 7th. For
Course of studies; terms, &c , see Circular, which
will be mailed on application. Mr. M. will be at
the School Rooms to receive pupils from ZS Si.
till 1 r. is. during the week preceding the opening
_of the session. ault:u9e
• ENOLaH AND-FRENCH,
• BOARDING' An DAY PUT=
1527 and 1529 SPRUCE STREET; Philadelphia,
Fa., will re-open on MONDAY, Sept. 22d. French
is the language of the family and is constantly
spoken in the Institute.
MADAME D'HKEVI IY, Principal.
,e„/ ".• ~,
BY A. LEGOATE. •
- HOUSE AND LOT, ;
SIXTH WARD, ALLEM-ENT,
The property, 128 and 130 Franklin street, Stx.t.
ward, date Manchester,) will be sold on the premises
Thursday Afternoon, August
at 4 o'clock. The lot Is 48 by 130 feet, on which
are erected two frame dwellings, of four rooms each.
This property Is sltnsted near te.the Public School,
and Is we lied t m n of moderate means.!Nut
be sold lu two lots irdesired. Terms, one•lndfcarb;
balance In two years.
A. I.F.GG ATE, Anitleneer,
• an 24 No. 159 Federal street; Allegheny.
BY A. WIIWAINE.
SUPERIOR IRON CO.-TUESD
EVENING. August Riad. at Et. o'clock, will be
sold, on second floor et' Cammercial Sales zooms,
100 Smithfield street,
50 shares Superior 'row:Leo.
au24 A. AMY. Auctioneer.
• BY PALIEBB. & PHILLIPS.
pALIPIER & PHALLIPS,
And Comm ion Merchants, -
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
Na. 6111 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
Dry Gods and Notions . , •
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING. r
tu Consiiiinntents Solicited. Prompt Ite•
50,000 bush. prime WHEAT
3 5, 0,000 000 " EYE; Fall and Spring EABLZY
For witioh we will lay the highest prioe la oath.
ant d&F RITOROOME I MOSBY &
KN ABE C 0 . 19 "
AND RAINS BROS. PIANOS. •
For sale on monthly and quarterly paYMellta.
CHARLOTTE! BLUME, :
DRAIN PIPE.-HALL & ADAMS'
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OY
DRAIN PIPE ,
All sizes, from one to twenty-leer inches at VII.-
DON A KELLY'S, agents for manufacturers, AT
Wood street, between 'Mb and Sixth streets: -
REPUBLICAN MEETING ON
TUESDAY EVENING. August 25th, IS6S.
At the NEW il'llwA3f. Twenty-second ward,
THOMAS M. MA.IISHALL. Esq., and others, wilt.
REPUBLICAN MEETING ON
TUESDAY EVENING, Augttst 95tb,1865,
At the COPPER WORKS, in the Fourteenth ward. '
PI ttsbagh, Gate Oakland township.
RUSSELL ERRETT and R. B. PAREINSON.Esq . s.•
will address the meeting-.
10 -'''GRANT AND COLFAX CLUB
OF f3ECON,D'fWAR:D, AT.T.PGRXIST,
Meets st. SECOND WARD SCHOOL HOUSE, every
'THE CITIZENS-OF THE 7TH
(old 6th,) ward are requested to meet at the
School Ifouse,on Franklin street, on WEDNESDAY
EVENING, August 26th. at seven cock ck, for the
purpose of suggesting candidates for ward officers
au24l:v By order of Committee.
Car"' 7TH AND- STH WARDS
Every . member of the above Club, and all those
who are not members, but desire the election of
GRANT AND COLFAX., are earnestly requested
to meet at the SCHOOL HOUSE, on Franklin street.
Oa MONDAY EVENING, at 6 1-2 O'clock,
and take part fu the GRAND TORCHLIGHT PRO-
CESSION at the reception of
GENERAL CARL SCHURZ.
Kir •Torches,.Badges, &c., will be In readiness.
Mf"THE MEMEEIiS OF THE
Third and Fifth Wards,
Will meet at the PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. corner
of Seventh and Grant btreets,
THIS EVENING, August 24th, 1868,
at S o'clock, preparatory to joining in the TORCH—
LHIEIT PROCESSION in honor of that illustrious.
Republican, CARL SCHURZ.
full attendance Is reipteated.
B' order of the Club, -
The members of the-Second ward Grant Club will
meet at their headquarters. No. O Smithfield
street, this (MONDAY,) EVENING, at half past
seven o'clock. to participate - 1n the
A . )
In honor of CARL. SCHURZ.
THUS. STEEL, President.
All persons are cordially invited to fall into litre
with the necond Ward Club. Torches will be tar—
nished. A Brass sand has been secured for the oc—
The members of the Allegheny 6unty Tanners'
This Evening, at 7 1-2 O'Clock,
at WILKINS HALL, Fourth street, to form in line
for participation in tLe Torchlight Procession tai
honor of iCarl. Schurz.
By order, .
R. D. BARKER. Assistant Secretary
TorcheAvrill be found ready at the Hall. 3u24
RALLY! RALLY!! RALLYM
Grant and Colfax Club.
Every member of the Club, and all YOUNG 11E—
PUBUICANS of the - OLD ELGITTE WARD, are In—
vited to meet at the
On Monday Evening, at 7 o'clock,
To Join in the Grand Torchdiglit Procession in honor'
of GEN. CARL. SCHURZ, and to complete the or—
ganization of the MARCHING or TANNER CLUB..
TORCHEs and /Vale bare- been engaged, mid'
Rolls will be left at suitable places throughont the
Ward. All wishing to iota are cordially invited top
enroll themSelres immedtately.
By order Committee Stith Ward Grant Club,
au201:710 E. :-S. WRIGHT, Chairman.
faff'G . ! A.ND MASS MEETING,
MONDAY, August 24th--8 P. M.,
The eminent SPEAKER and STATESMAN, wilt
discuss the most important political questions of
this campaign. The Undersigned would most earn—
estly incite their fellow countrymen, without die—
Unction of party, to attend
J. G. Rackofen, •
C. F. Bauer.
, G. G. Backofei.,
H. P. Mueller,
J. H. Demmler,
JOl. F. Mark,
Ph. R. Mertz,
Chas, F. Herrosee,
C. F. Schultz,
Vol. Geo. Geret,
GRAND TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
Will be arranged, to which the different GRAN'
CLUBS of this city and vicinity are most cordially
NOTICE IS HEltEltlf GIVEN
that BOOKS FOR I:II7BSCHIPTiON to the
Capital Stock of the Company to erect a Bride over
the AllegheniElver. from Ewalt street, in the City
of Pittsburgh, in the County of Allegheny. to the,
Allegheny and 'Butler Plank Beads at or near the
month of tHrty.s Run. Incorporated by en Aet or
the Gent rat Assembly of this commonwealth, ap
proved the tweuty7slxth day of Marsh, A. D.llOllll,
will be opened at the °Mee of SILL & SHUTTEIZLY s
on Butler street, lo the Seventeenth Ward of said
City o f Pittsburgh, on the TESTA DAY OF SEP
TEMBER NEXT. at lOta'clock' A. It. of said day,
John W. Riddell, IS. J. Wats,wri g -t i t,
J. J. shutterly, Jame. Benn ett.
T. R. J. B. Poor,
T. B. Stewart, . D. Dempsey .
If. BicCullough, Jr., H. sample.
E. g. Hanna, L, litellbaugh, -
W. T. Purvntnce,X. Coates
• - Wm. W. Young, .1„ U. Barr. •
Wm. Reardon, Wm. McConnell
Israel C. Pershing. Jona s '. Willkuni s
N. I'. Reed, Ctlllllolgslollelll.
Pittanurgb, August Sth, MISS. . aulO:uU
rruE TWIN CITY SLATE CO.,
L manufacture a superior arttele'of
trance, 43 Seventh St, Pittsburgh,Yee
.1. S. NEWIIICYER, Pro%
Tnesday Evening-, at S O'clock.
W. P. [ PIItICE. Secretary
GRANT Ara? COLFAX CLUB.
GRANT AND COLFAX CLUB
W. C. MORELAND. President.
Ann Street School-House,
ON WHICH OCCASION
HON. CARL SCHURZ,
C. C. Smith,
Henry tlerwlg, Sr.,
Fred. Bells? eln,
john Grip !) .
AFTER THE HEETLI'ifi