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CHEAP GUNS FOR THE PEOPLE.--
le GREAT. WESTERN GUN WORE'S have been
moved to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STREET, where
ill a/ways be found the most complete assortment
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition and Snort
sg Material, &e., in tee city. Ail lamb? of Guns
ad Pistols carefully repaired. Cash, paid for
RM Y RIFLES and REVOLVERS. Send stamp
r illustrated Circular. Agents Wanted in every
um in the United States. Address, J. H. JOHN
TON. 119 Smith.deld Street. Pittsburgh.
A t y"JOHN N. JPIURVIANCEI
Register in Bankruptcy for 2,1 d District,
Office, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Office hours--fl 5 P. M
- .EI -- TRie, LAWRENCE PICNIC.—
The 'first innnal PI rile of the Lawrence
re Company, of LOwrencevide, will be held
n THURSDAY; August`27, 1868,
rii.ON CITY 17'.A.111i.
Every arrangement' has been .made to have the
flat r one of the roost pleasant of the season.'
The Great Western nand will be In attendance.
Tickets, One Dollar; to-be had of the members.
ItitSOLVED. That the Mayor be mid is hereby In
structed to 'lssue a Prod:twat lonfor the election of.
One Member for Common Council
FROM THE SECOND WARD,
To fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
W. H. DUN HAM, member from that Ward.
ALSO, for the election of
One Member for Common Council
FROM THE SEVENTH WARD,
To fillthe vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
REFRY GEYER- member front that ward.
In accordance with the foregoing resolution. the
voters in said Wards' will meet at the usual time
and place of holding elections,
On TUESDAY, the First Dap of September, 1868,
And elect one person in each, of the said• Wards to
serve as Common Councilmen for the balance of the
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE WEST
RN DISTRICT OF. PENNSYLVANIA.
MELCHIOR HASUEY, a bankrupt under the ant
of Congress of March 2d, 1567, having applied
fora discharge from all his debts. and other cmlms'
• provable under said Act, by order of the 'Court,.
'notice is heresy given, -to all persons who have
proved their debts. and other persons. intererted,
to appear on the 10th day- of SEPTEMBER. ME,
at 10 o'clock A. x.. before J. A; PURVIANCE,
Esq., 'Register, at his' °Mee, No. 116 • Federal
street, Allegheny City, Pa., to 'show cause, if any
they have, ,why a discharge should not be granted to
the said bankrupt.' And firrther, notice is hereby
„given that the Second and Third meetings of °red
.' Bora of the said Bankrupt,. required by the 27th
and 9 Stk Sections' f said act, will be had before the
said Register, at the same time and place.
S. C. MoCANDLESS..
Clerk of 11. S. District Court for said Distz let.
FIENCH BURR MILL STONES. :
French Burr Smut Muchlites,
TEE BEST-WREAT CLEANERS, IN USE
FOrialtle Flour and Feed Mills,
Al numbers and best quality. For sale at
319 azd 321-Liberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa
W. W. WALLACH.
The Fall Benton of Pennsylvania College will be
., THUJISDAY,the 24th diy ofSeptember,
And continue thinetra weeks. In addition -to a
' large corps of Professors, the Institut.= .is furn
ished with, extensive Philosophical and Chemical
Apparatus. and Geological Cabinet.
The new Preparatory Building will be r , adV for
occupancy. The rooms in this Department will be
ftmah, df. Expenses. exclusive of . Boots and Sta
. tbnery, from 168 to' $BB per session. kfusie on
118'For further particulars. address
R. VALENTINE, D.D.. President or
REV. C. J. EHRHART, A.M., Principal
I AT EATON'S,
No. 17 Fifth Street.
cor:mounts SEAMLESS KIDS
COURVOISIEB SEAMLESS KIDS
MOULDED PAPER COLLARS,
MOULDED PAPER COLLARS,
4Roxes for 50 eetite. . •
it F. DAIIBITZ'S
D. 'F4 LAC, & CO., -Tizirs,
7613 Penn St., Pittabangb,
Tls great HERB LIQUOR bas ifsL r 3 wide releb
rip" all Europo. mom its r..arretiona e-nracy In
tie Dieted to this great remedy.. and 02ar gratis
Le Ircutars; giving directions for use„..togetber
• • 1 / 4 ; rillthe certificates of erninent aiii.borttles regard
:. bg curative merits.
fl Sold in all Drug Sto res.
aer.tm LR. FAI.K-& CO.. Importer.%
/410 D CANNED
Belly at very law prices, at
'GEORGE, DEAtrE .
htf 11.2 Federal street, Alletrhatty.
SIP heretofore eilatlng between Janie 4 *I
aamnnd and James W. List, under fjtiw Witte+
4f Hamond aQc lAit, was dkaolved
11368,.'W. I.lst retiring from the Ural, c lay
aessßlbe conducted by J. M. Hammond, who
aele all ;he debts of the old firm, -
WAS JAS. W. Lim
ICYFIC OF CONTROLLEIL OY ALLY:WM:4T
• PIT SBUIWII Augu-t Ss4ol, 196 N. S
. 7VOICE TO BONDIIOLDEIit4.-
nd-afiur September Ist, the SIX rEit
CtriTRONDS, issueo by Allegheny c u tty. May
.4' Ist. 113; In payment of Bounty In Volunteers,
will beßieem , d on p.c..entatlon al tide uMce.
Intert un these bonds will cease NoVember 10,
HENRY LA MBERT. Controller
0-,ET OR FOR SALE.
SE NEW BRICE NOVSES,
In Etee.d ward. Allegheny. Reasonable terms.
:-: I imot
ionrio APPLE PAREBS. -
1 sretist received A large steel( of the above
sper.they have been fully tested for the last
`i three Yrs. and have Droved themselves to be the
best ev Invented. They pare faster, better' atid
do thelvork much cleaner than any o th er App le
i Palau lowa.' .lfor sale wholes!' adrenal, 14.
130 Wood eyed
BEAT BREAD DI DEAR 'TIM
Mnqt.re for WA.11.11 , E3 13rozzd.
laimit and ben. The Initials t'."'t'."'_
eerylo. Take done else. sur4;77B
pOIBLE BARREL SHOT GUNN.
—have In store a very 'superior lot of • - oaten
rrel hnt Alum?, breech and - muzzle loadlnK. tlf
mpo• Winn. which l will eeil as low a, any
hese lane country. I except none. nil wok is
to Ii ein examine and be convinced or no. .ame.
1 r tnielly • JAA EI • lIOWN,
Itivl't.7 Woufl ei met,.
ISIOr! -SHOT_l—Just receives'. a
Nl,assortment of New Yol k ratont, nbu, In
2 , and pound bap, absorted numberd from 311
to A. M. ror kat,: by
JAMES MO ViN.•
. 146, Wood ntiett.
ASEI-25 casks for sale
-a- J.• 13. Wain/MD &SUM,
- 1 - )EMOVAL—The Merchants
_i_tmanura.;tu rurs Natlonsil Bank wilt, on
Tit I. 7 ILSDAY, Align sit 27th,
Remove to the corner of Firbt and Wood streets,
House formerly occupied by the People's National
Bank.' and remain during the erection of their new'
Hanking liouse. •
a u2.5:v 301 IN SCOTT & CO.
JI ME or TIAL , TTER OF THE Al'- .
Germania Building and Loan Association
No. 1,002 in the Court of CO)11111011Pleas of Alle
in the above c , se the Petitioners have applied for
a Charter as a. Building and Loan Association, un
der the statute in such case made and provided, and
unless exceptions be 11l tl• In proper time a Charter
will be granted at next term of said Court.
-- R. S. MORRISON,
Solicitor for Petitioners.
FOR SALE. , .
The Oil Refinery, ,
KNOWN AS THE
CRESCENT COAL OIL CO.'S WORKS,
Situated in - BALTIMORE, MD...on the flaltimori!
and Ohio Rai'mad. and most conveniently located
with reference to either home or fortogn trade.
These works are very complete in all thelrappoint
meets, and arti ckpable of turning out 30,000 to
35,000 GALLON'S REFINED PER WEEK. Th. y
have tankage forabout 8.000 barrels of oil.
The prospect of an early completion of the Con
nellsyllle Road, renders this property especially de
sirable.. Address, or call on,
LALWRASON LEVERING, Trfistee,
au25:1 . 31 50 GAY STREET, RAETEMORR
ESSAYS OF ELIA,
HUGO'S hOTRE DAME.
Complete for 2.5 cents each.
Barnes on the Psalms 71 30
Young's Christ o(.11 istory, new edition 2 00
Bishop Lee's homily Prayers- 1 25
Guthrie's Early Piety - ' 75
Smith's :New 'testament History 4 00
John Ward's Governess 1 75
Charles Kinglev's Hermits 2 00
AND 0/HER. NEW BOONS.,
For sale by '
R. S, IPA-PISS
NO. 35 BANK BLOCK.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
POINTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Particular attention given to
the Purchase and
Sale of uovernment SecuriLles.!
INTEUEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS..
THOMAS FAWCETT, 111Ar1niox BAILEY,
11. W. C. t'Anitom., W. I'. LOGAN,
JAMES H. HOPEINS, GEORGE BINGHAM,
Jput..is A BLER; JOSHUA RHODE:S,
JA) E$ BOWN, PAUL H. IIAcKE,
Aurr.a, JAMES LYONS.
' ' NOTICE.
Accounts of ;Depositors with. the KRA.3IER &
RAIIII RANKING ROUSE have been tranferred to
• au26vtl J. W. DAVITT, Cashier.
GRAND OPENING ,
No. 30 ST. CLAIR ST.
Will open Saturday Morning, Aug. 22,
At the above named place, with a fall line , and en
their new rtgek of
Enderarear, °tall saris andsizes, de.
ADMINISTRATORIS SALE Or
FARMS. The undersigned will sell on
TUE*DAY. Sept. 1. 18*34, at 12A:o'clock M.
By Public Outcry. at Miltenberger's Station on
the Pittsburgh and Connellanliii Itallroad, the fol
lowing tract aor plerots or land. to-wit: One tract
of land stotato In 'Pyrotot and rerry townships,
Fayette clumsy, Pa.. tom Oiling .11111 acres and al
lOwntice hay log it fr ont or nearly three miles on
I Ito 4:m140140110 Italtronl Pod YoughlughenY river ,
folly dcaorthod Its Letter. Patent from the (. mmon
wesl tit or PeottsyiV4l/111 to IL I ',TEN tlKletaElt and
-4 1%1410 ROW sill widen I. or, rant , a sumo I ivrei
ling awl stabs ', ' NOW by James, Knight.
lA trawlf trawl or twirl in Tyrone township, at
iif sol f i
ii/Ifg 1,110 snore flamed. also describod In Let
tostitslitltig wires Snit 00 perches.
n front of nearly two
Mika MI 114 , 1 00/1/11,iiIIVIlle Railroad and Youghto. ,
knotty widen tract en. erected two frame
wAlntig honors awl it Fir. Brick Works and En
gine mid Iffitelllttery. now in working order.
nnovi , Ascribed tracts have a considerable
.intity or filmier on them. besides Farm LantLand
stone suitable for building purposes ofthe best qual
ity; -It!on furnace stone and stone suitable for manu
facturing Cement.' The entl of the tract nearest
Pttsburgh is said to contain a vein of Coal and good
L i me stone.
Terms of sale—One-half cash, halance4n one year
with interest. to 1... t secured in such refoner as the
Administrator may determine, .
0. Y. VON BONN !MIDST.
Administrator de, boots non. etc.., Geo. Mitten
berg e t deceased. and Trost...".
Celebrated Locks & Builders' Hardware,
W. s. TAYLOR,
45 OW street
ALB°, DEUM'S PATENT MUTTER. HUME
AND kIASII PULLEY' at
nu27m7C - 79 FEDERAL 9T., ALLEGHENY.
Orncr. Or CITY ENGINILED AND SITILVICYO It, i
ritteburigh,August 20, 1808. I
NOTICE.—The:r ssessnient ior
Grading, Paving and Curbing • .
SM ALLMAN STREET,
From Morton to trilyninr rtrret, Is now frady for
oltoloinittl , T, and ,;an b t aven at this orrice until
TfillltnlMY, rtoploothor 31, 1808. whet:tit will,
ha eau mud to tlto Utly TlCllhurcr's Mice for CO!.
CIE(VIVD-iIA ND ENI4IINEN
WA , Nfir.tll).
ono iforlimitAlPV!lnf 'MP berms power.
11111 , .. H4o lr"
'" ' n1) "1" '" ~ .e.r1.1 valve. A leo theilltlin 4 "" f
t Atfltrc4., 1 , 114115,,,,,,, 0 t on
. jOglitit 41 01 , 1,111 Y. _
107309 00'ILI rerArvelln, Allegheny,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR A CHAS:TER OF INCORPORATION
Complete for 50 cents each
93 WOOD STREET
THOMAS FAWCETT. President
1 ALLEN KRAMER. Vice President
J. W. DAVIT?, Cashier
M. HEMMINGS, Aiiistiint. Cashier
D. W. SMITH
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Hosiery and Gloves,
Shirts and Drawers.
Hoop Skirts and Corsets,
Collars and Cana,
Seek Tins and Bows,
Suspenders and Satchels,
Sleeve Buttons, trmbrellas, Canes,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OY
.72 USBELL ERIVISqI
WHITESIDES & DRUM'S,
11, J. 1110011J1.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : TUESDAY, AUGUSI 25, 1868:
TTA . RPER Sr. BROTHERS,
HAVE JUST 4'UBLISHED:
BARNES'S NOTES ON ;THE PSALMS. Notes,
Critical. Explanatory, and Practical, on :be llook
of Psainis. By Ahnitk.T 13.tesE:4, Author of
"Notes on the New Tvi:twinent." "Leeture
the 1 viden6a of Chit. Limps'," Sc., Sc. In
Threl•Volunics. Vol. l.now ready. 12uto,
HARPER'S PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE RE
BELLION. The Second anli Concluding Volume
or Harper's Pictorial llistory of the ILireat lte
helPon in the United States. By ALFISZD 11.
(ltEitt•lsaY and Ifht.inv MI ALDitti Comp etc in
Two Volumes wi.h nearly One Thousand Illustra
tions. Quarto, Cloth, 50 00 each. •
COMER'S N A VIGATION. Navigation Simplified.
A Manual of Instruction in Navigation as practiced
at t+ea,. A darn ed to the Wants of the ha I. ton
tattling all the Tables. Explanations and illustra
tions necessary for the easy Understanding and
Use of the Practical Branches of Navigation and
Nautical Astronomy; with tonnerour Examples,
vr,rked out by the. American Ephemeris and Nan
heat Almanac for Feceral years Ahead. Comp,led
by Goo. N. (..1),11Ell. Cloth, 52 50.
THE NEW TESTAM7.NT HISTORY. With an In
t roduet ion, connecting ' he li ktory of the tilt viii
New Testaments. Edited by Wt .f.t.ym Smrrit.
1.1. I)., Classical Examiner in the linlvtrSitY of
Loiidon. With Maps dud . WOOdellt6. Large 1.2at0,
NORDITOFF•S CA PE, COD. Cap , (*.),1 and An
Alon g Storied. By CHARLES NOIIIIIIOI+V.
/2111 u, pi 50.
MACE'S MOUTUFITT, OF BREAD. The libdore
of a:mouthful of BR t- AD: and its e!Teet on Vb . ,
Organization of Men and Animals. 1i Jr.),tt
MACE. Translated from the Eighth ltenen
Edition by Mrs. ALBERT GATT]'. 12mo, Cloth,
MACE'S SERVANTS OF THE STOMACH. The
Servants of the Stomach. By JEAN MACE. Author
of "The Ilistore of a Moutittul of Bread," "Home:
Fairy Tales,'' Ac. Reprinted from tto. Leo
don Tlansiatlon, Revised and Corrected. 12mo
HELPS'S SPANISIT CONQUEST. The Spanish
. Conquestlu Amerlea, - and its Relation to the His
tory of Slavery and to the. tioverinuent of Colo
nies. Br ARTHUR HELPS. Complete In Four
,Volumes. Vol. !V. just yuLlished. 12no, Cloth,
$1,75 per vol. -
BELLOW'S OLD WORLD. The Old World In Its
New Face: Impressions of Europe In 186748 OR„
By lIICNItY W. BELLOWS. Vol. I. Ulm, Cloth,
LOOMIS'S METEOROLOGY. A Treaties on Me
teorology. With a Collection of Meteorological
Tables. Ry ELIAS LOoatts, LL.D., Professor of
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy in Yale Col
lege, and Author of a "Course of Mathetnatles."
Svo, Sheep estra,'B2,oo.
lIRDMMA CHER'S DAVID. KING OP ISRAEL.
David. the King of Israel: a Portrait drawn from
Scripture History and the Book •of Pealms. By
FILEDERICK WILLIAM KIWNIMACIIER, P.D., Au
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WHITE'S MASSACRE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW.
The Massacre of SL Ba tholonb.w: Preceded by ;t
:._History of the It•iigious Wars In tie Reign of
Char:es IX. By llgater Warm, M. A:. Ph. D.
With Illustrations. Crown fire. Cloth, $1 73.
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HARPER & BROTHERS, New York.
IDE MOONSTONE. A Novel. By WlLune CriL.
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HARPER & BROTHERS will rend any of the
above works by mall, postage paid. to any part of
the United States, on receipt of Like price. auin
N EW STOCR
FALL DRY GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT WILLIAM SEMPLE'S,
180 & 182 Fedeial Si, Allegheny.
THREE LINEN TOWELS FOR R CENTS
DARK CALICOES 6}5 CENTS
BEST CALICOES 112 S CENTS
HONEYCOMB QUILTS 61,50
6001) YARD WIDE MDSLINS 12M CENTS
DARK PLAID ROB 'ROT FLANNELS 2.5 CTS
WOOLEN lIED COVERLIDS -CnzAr
900 D GREY TWILLED FLANNEL; 25 CTS
White and Barred Country 'Flannels
IT LOWER PRICES THAN BEFORE THE'VIR.
LARGE: ASSORTMENT OF
CASSIMERES, JEANS, &C.,
AT EXCEEDINGLY LO4i FRIEES •
NEW AND ELEUANT
FALL DRESS GOODS,
IN • THE LATEST STYLES A.ND FABRICS.
NEW LINE OF
DLAOR ALPACAS AND POPLINS,
Wholesale and Befall,
AT WIT.T.T AWr SEMPLE'S,
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny.
50.000 bush. prime WHEAT;
50,000 ** " Fall and Spring BARLEY
And 20,000- " RYE;
Yor which we will parthe Meted price In flash.
HITOHOOOLIVOREERY lc 00.
KNAHE & CO.'S
• AND RAINES BROS. PIANOS.
For sale on monthly and quarterly payments
sing ' 43 Fintiotretit,
DRAIN PIPE.-lIA ILL & ADAMT
lUI ICIt1011Alt:MLR UV
All irizitii, from one to twenty-four
il tutlinti :it WEL-
I teibi .t. 11C1.1., iiiientii for man tructurvrit, 141
Woolvl. ,xi 10ii
l, butwutm NMI& hand 8 tit 'Arty:its.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
CARPETS ! CARPETS!
IvIANUFACTURERS HERE and
in - Europe HAVE NOW AD
VANCED P • ICES, but we of
fer all kin I s of 'CARPETS for
the presen • at the very low
est CASH , RTES of the past
season. H. • ing made all our
contracts p , evious to any ad
vance, an I invariably for
cash, we tre enabled to sell
lower tha they can be pur
chased thi= Fall.
51 FTII STREET,
Manufacturers' recent advance in
prices, we will continue to offer 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
OLIVER IrCIANTOCK & CO-.,
No. 23 Fifth Street.
ranU OW DO Ma MC El
White, Red, Checked, Striped and Fancy
NE A T rile 1 14 4 T S,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. &e.
BOVARD, ROSE & ca,
21 FIETH STREET.
T_T Er A. I Da.
CORNICES I -
FLOOR OIL. CLOTHS,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
McFARTAND & COLLINS,
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Street,
Next Building to U. S. Custom louse* Post Wilco
Godeffroy Brancker, & Co.,
42 RECHARGE PLACE. NEW YORK,
Are prepared, as Sole Agents' In the United Staten
for the Preislanyttlning and Iron Co., of Duisburg,
Westphalia, to contract or sell In quantities to cult
purelnuiere, (delivered In either Now York or Phfla-
delphla) the celebrate .1
V. H. SPIEGELEISEN
Used so extensively for the manufacturing of
Tide Iron le freo from Sulphur and Phosphorus, and
contains a heavy percentage of Manganese. Tbo
novo &reale° ready to contract for, or sell to arrive.
O. ARNDT d CO.,
1 Dortmund, for which latter firm they also hive
the Solo Agency In the United States.
Full particulard, samples, prices or rhomlual in.
alp& will bo promptly forwarded on application
- DOIItDENIB CONDENnED MILK.
J_J? —5 eaves gunoloo -` bravo; put re
ceived; ZllBO ooudentual Beef tur Hulking Itt.to Tea.
Beef :woo. &a., to atone jolt or ,table Ls, for Role at
the Family (I roury atoru of
nuZI JOHN A. ILIENSHAW.
JACE LIEIATItEIt, Page's trait-
P. 4 rot, for
r cort ata Irtoalona/c and notoll, nt and
()I. tit, o
jot d, fit if. ,
THE WESTERN UNIVERSITY
I Every Pti . raiii and Guardian who has a son or ward
to educate should know that we have In our city a
Institution. endowed by the nate and
the microns friends of learning to the amount of
2120 000 Preparatory, Conimerulal , Sch'intfie
and Collegiate in. character, with a Faculty ten In
"tuber. and a course of study equal to that of our
heft Colleges. The rooms are large and high, and
the apparatus and cabinet of a superior kind. The
ObservatorY belonginz to it has one of the finest
telescopes In the country, Is endowed, is In charge
of an astronomer of great ability, and is haying
four new instrumets added to it at >n expense of
0,1100. All the Income from endowment and from
tuition Is expended in supporting the nictitation.
The atm or the Board of l' '
rustees who are amon
our mos enterprising aunt benevolent citizens, is to
furnish the nest advantages to all our youth ening/
to those enjoyed in any of our cities. '1 he instruc
tion in all th courses of study is thorough, no tem
porary expedients tieing resorted to to secure popu
larity merely. Only l'rGfessors of ability and expe
rience are employed.
Catalogues or information may be had by calling
at the University Building, ei.rner of BUSS AND
DIAMoND STREETS. between 9,iti and A• M.
The next term will commence September
ti Emir: V;ooDit. LL. D.. President. and Profes
sor of Mi ntal and Moral aelenee. Reed street.
..3o,iet•tr F.-J.:nit:c.o. A. M Prou,:ee of Greek
LMlgudge and Eiteitou re, 1:3,3 W vile etreet.
lion. lIKSEIY W. D , Piofee,or
of Law, 110 Penn street. I__
.1 — M. 1
All I N . 11.1,14 P,, IT. ~ Professor
of rhi Geology aim Miner:Ooze.
liliMrON B. (3‘is';'. A. M.. ProleSsor viMathemat
ics. Brigid street, Sewickley. ,
EEV. EDWARD V. CEASE, A., M., Pr , fessor of
Latin Language and Literature, 61 Sandusky St.,
Ittrion.int LEONHART. A. M., Professor of f:er
man Language S: th•n• 1 lii Cory, Ira, kin iI at on.
SANG:F:I, I'. LANGLEY, Profess° of Physics and
.A.tronurny, and Direc.or of ObscrVatory, Observa
frofesso:r of Rhetoric ar]tl ora'ory.
lAll h. AYERS, A. AL, Pilunipal of Pre
paratory lk partment and Instructor in Latin, 32.
Federal street, Allegheny.-- .. -
.A.crilosiqs M. DAssm, instructor In French Lan
gone-. 6 Hancock street.
I, N. FonNan, Principal of Commercial Depart
ment, 163 W y le street..
CHURCH SCHOOL, (Lambeth
COLLEGE.) KITTANNING, PA.
PRIMARY, PREPARATORY AND ACADEMIC.
TRUSTEES—Judge Buffington, J. 11. Shocnberger,
Geo. W. Cass, 'l'..J. 13reretou, E. S. Golden, J.
Mosgrove, J. W. Rohrer, Bcnj. Grant, J. K.
VISIToXR, Kx.OFFICto—Rt. Rev. J. K, B. Her
foot. and the etanding Committee.
This Institution commends itself especially to
Churchmen. It is easy of access, and unsurpassed
for healthfulness of location. - bbadents may pursue
an elective course. Boarding pupils are Under the
Rector's personal care. The year is divided Into
three terms, of about thirteen weeks each. Neces
sary expenses, texelnsiv• of Music and Modern
I.angusges,) 490 to $l.OO • per term. Christmas
Term opens Sept. oth. • •
sital‘ A Special School for Girls, under the same
For catalogue, at.. rddress the Rector.
MiNd Rev. J. K. KARCHER,
3.118:n17-1•TEI %Manning. Pa.
PITTSBURGH. FEMALE COL
REV. I. C. PERSHING, lI.D.,DTHECI'OB.
In bUlidink , s, faculty, patronage and all the 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, ear- .
peted and improved at a heavy outlay. Thnrough
course of study. Unsurpassed facilities in all the
ornamental branches, capeclitily music.
Fall Term commences SEP PEMBER 2. APPIlea -
Mtn can be made at any time, either in person or
nun; M. SIMPSON, Pres, Trustees.
pEN N 5 YLVA 1111 A
CHESTER, Delaware Co., Penna
The Seventh Annnal Session of this Academy
opens TFIUIiSDAY,.ntpt. 3d.
The buildings arc new and complete in all their
Particular attention given to the morals and per
sonal habits of cadets.
For circulars apply to CHARLES H. PAHLSON,
Esq., No. 73 Wood str,ct. Pittsburgh. or 'to Col.
THEA). HYATT. Chester. Pa.
RENSSELAER _ •
At Troy., N, Y.
Very thorough instruction In Civil. Mechanical
and Mining Engineering. Chemistry and Nattiral
Science. Graduates obtain most desirable posi
tions. Reopens eept. 9ta. For the new Annual
Re Teter irtring full Inform& lon address Prof.
CHARLES DROWNE, Director, Troy. N. Y.
APOLLO INSTITUTE AND SEM
INARY, AO. SO FOURTH STREET, Pitts
inlh in ENGLISH, SCIENTIFIC And CLASSICAL
'Sciloin„ tor iiirls a- d Rove, conducted by. JAMES
M. MACRUM and 'MARY UACRUM— The Fall
Session commences MONDAY, September TM. For
course of 'Ladies; terms,..te , see Circular, which
will be mailed on applcation. Mr. M. will be at
the School Rooms to receive pupils front ,10 N.
till r. M . during the week preceding the opening
of the session. Ai1:12:n99
BATES & BELL'S
BATES & BELL'S
BATES & BELL'S
No. 21 FIFTH STREET.
BLACK SILK SACQUES.
Lama Lace Points,
FOR SALE AT . LOW PRICES, BY
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
25 Fifth Street.
F W. C. FELD & CO., .
GLUE, CURLED HAIR,
Tanners' Scraps, Ceroons, Cattle Tails,
BONES, NEAT'S FOOT OIL , &C.
Office and Warehouse, No. 336 LIBERTY ST..
3d door from Wayne,
Steam. Engines for Sale.
Superior new and ‘Wenno-sand STIS . AII EN
GINKS-7, S and 10 Wee ry ledero , 2" and 24
inch stroke, ‘vitli all the Pictured
FOR BORING Olt WELLS.
Address 111101 1 3L BOLE ft CO.
maw Duqueane Way. Pittsburgh,
.t.." J ui: - CUM t EGA For
pieeilna or tnblo usr, r.r 1 1 The IntrreFor
at Not.o 1 i0 pur1111 . %:..104 . 3 . • megar. by . the
or sallow c orim ," l : l lZ t A y ' al !y - iIst•UAVV,
dud. mud ittliota•
EIGLITIE WARD PRI-
IkIARY ?Ill.:I.:TING for • the purpo.e of
NAMING CANDIDATES, will be held THIS
truesday) EVENING, at the FRANKLIN STREET.
SCHOOL HOUSE, ;zumedialely after.the adJourn
ment of the Grant and Colfax Club, at\ithout
v. Ihy order of
CITY, (late Puque,ne borough.) Crant Club
meeting. There will be a public meeting of the elti
r,ns of the Eighth Ward, All-ghelly City. on WED
NESDAY r. vE N (I,the 26La lust , ag.7l.¢ o'clock,
at GORMAN'S HALL. Butler Plank Road, opposite
Pine street. for the purpose of organizing a Grant
Chnb. Major A, 1 .-trowa, J. Foller and Others
will address the meeting
fv - rREPILTE3I,ICAN MEETING`OF
the 19th, 20rh and 22 , 1 wards: Pltrsburgh.
The Rep ablifmus ur these wards and vicinity will
meet at the
NEW WIGWAM, in EAST LIBERTY,
TIIIS EVEN INt (Tt F.SDAX,) Aug.. 2,101. Ims.
Titomns MARSHALL. Esq., anct others, will
,''"'REPUBLICAN MEETING ON
TUESDAY EVENING, Angmst 2593,1568,
A t.th-IfIOPPEIt, WORTirl. in the Fourteenth ward,
Fltt,inigh, (late Oakland town:--11111.
ItTISSELLERI:ETT and IL 11. PA.P.IiINSON, Eggs
Will address the Ineaing";
:1„ - D - GILLAINT AND CO LFAX CLUE
Or BECOND WALD, ALLECEENY,
Meets at SECOND WARD SCHOOL HOUSE, every
TTiesday Evenlaw, at S O'clock
at , 3:tea IITII NV. P. PRICE, EecretarV.
! l e r ,THE CITIZENS OF THE 7TH
(old 6th,) ward are requested to meet at the
School Ifour:e,on Frsuklin street,on WEDNESDAY
EVENING, August 26th, at seven o'cltek, for the
purpose of suggesting candidates for ward officers.
au24:vs Ey order of Committee.
On TUESDAY EVENT:VG., August 25th, at - 7,
o'clock, the citizens of the /9th, 20th, .21st and
22d wards will hold a Mass Meeting to inaugurate
the Great Campaign o(1869. Every loyal man In
the neighborhood is invited to be present, and help
start.the glorious movement for
CRANT.COLFAX AND PEACE
Hon. Thos. M. Marshall, Gen. J. Bowman Streit
zer, Hon. Thos. M. Howe, Hon. J. K. Dioorhe-ad.
and other prominent speakers will address the
meeting. - -
Teorge's Great 'Western Band and the Grant Glee
Club of East Liberty, will furn (sit music for the oc
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION to the
Capital StclE of the Company to erect a Bride over
the Allegheny River, 'from Ewalt street, in the City
of Pittsburgh, in the County of Allegheny. to the
Allegheny and Butler Plank Road, at or near the
mouth of Dirty 's Run, Incorporated by an Act of
the Gem ral Assembly of this Commonwealth, ap
proved the twenty-sixth day of March, A. D.lBBB,
will be opened at the office of SILL ft SU UTTERLY;
on. Butler street, In the Seventeenth Ward of said
City of Pittsburgh, on the TENTH DAY OF SEP
TEMBER NEXT. at 10 o'clock A. id. of said day,
John W. Riddell, • S. J: Wainwright,
J. J. SbUtterly, James I. Bennett.
T. R. sill, J. B. Poor,.
T. B. Stewart, j D. Dempsey,
M. McCullough, Jr., H. Sample,
E. S. Hanna, L. Feilbangh, -
W. T. Purviance, R. 'Coates,
Wm. W. Young, J. U. Barr. • -
Wm. Reardon, , wm. mcconnell,
Israel C. Pershing, j Jona J.
N. P. Reed,, Commissioners.
Pittsburgh, August Bth, 1808. ante :112.1.
AUCTION sAi.vlci. •
BY A. LEGGATE.
HOUSE AND LOT,
SIXTH WARD,. ALLEGHENY
AT AUCTION. •
The property, 128 and 130 Franklin street, Sixth
ward, ,late Manchester,) will be sold on the ptemises ,
Thursday, Afternoon, August 27th.
at 4 o'clock. The lot Is 4S by 130 feet, on which
are erected two frame dwellings, of four rooms each.
This property is sitnated near to the Public School,
and la we I suited to men of-moderate means. Witt
be sold In two lots ifdesired. Terms, one.halfcarlit
balance in two years.
A. LEE/GATE, Auctioneer.
301 No. 159 Federal street, Allegheny.
BY L WILWADIS
QIIPERIORITION , CO,4-TII7E4DAY:
EVENINkI. August 95. it S o'clock, will be
sold, on second Door of C-ommercisl Sales Room.
106 Smithfield street,
50 dimes Superior Iron Co. - -
BY YAMEBB, 4 mum -
pmattEß & PHILLIPS, -
And Commission Merchants,
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
No. 60 Flfth Street, Pittsburgh, ra.
BOOTS, SHOES; CARPETS,
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Re.
MANHOOD: HOW LOST ! HOW
RESTORED! Just pubeffhed ill sea te4 en ve t
ope. Prim, six cents. A LECTURE ON THE
NATURAL TREATMENT. and Radical. Cure of
Spernottorrlues., or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions, Sexual Dehiltty and Impedimenta to Mar
riage generally; Nervousness, Consumption,
lepsz and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapaoltv, re
set from Self Abuse, &e., by Robt. J. Culver
. D., author of the "Green Book," &c. "A.
BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS," sent
under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, "oat-
Paid, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stars_
to CHAS. J. C. KLINE C0.& 1.A7 BOWERY.
NEW YORE, POSTOFFICE BOX 4586. Also Dr.
Culverwell` "Marriage Guido," price %Scents.
MAN HO 0 D'""—Another New
MEDICAL PAMPHLET, frosts the pen of
Dit. Unarm. The Medical Times says of thlswort:
"Tills valuable treatise en the cau,e and cure of
premature neellne, shows how health Is Impaired
through secret abuses of youth and manhood, and
bow easily regained. It gives a clear synopsis of
the impediments to marriage. the rause and effects
of nervous debility, end the remedies therefor." A.
Docket editlou of the above .vrlll be to warded on
receipt of 85 cents, by addressing Doctor CUR
TIN, - No. 5S North Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
. 1 TWIN CITY SLATE C 0
T HE suanrilacture a superior article of
PrOilioe, 48 &Tenth St., Pittsburgh, Pe,
1. S. NEWMEXER. Pres%
'Machine Stone Work q.
Northwest coruer of West COMMUZI, Allegheny.
PRELPIL ATVATER - .V CO.
.Have on band or grepare on snort notice Hearth
and Step Stones, Flag, for Sidewalks, Brewery
Vaults, ,kc. Head and - Toren Stones, (kg. .
Orders prynaptly ex...sauced. Prices reasonable,
Cf I 3INIITTEE