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TUE GIVER OF TEM?.
:on, a Winiderful stream Is the Elver of Time.
As st runs through the realms of tears,
With a faultless rythm add musical rhyme.
And a broad'nlng sweep, and a surge sublime.
That blends with the ocean of years.
--How the winters are drifting-llkatiakes of snow.
Analne summers ltkebuds between,
ann.,the year lithe sheaf - so they come and they go,
onthe river's breast, with its ebb and flow,
" As it - glides through the shadow and sheen.
There's a inusical tise river of Time,
Where the softest of airs are playing; •
There's clond'ess sky and tropical clime, -
And a song assweet as vesper chime,
When the Junes'with the roses are staying.
And the name of this isle Is the Long Ago,
And we bury our tteasures there:
There are brows of beauty and bosoms of snow—
There are heaps of dust. but we love them so!
• 'There are trinkets and tresses of haft. •
There are fragments of songs that nobody sings; • .
And a part of an infant's prayer;
• Theres a cute unewept. and a harp without strirtgs, -
' There are broken vows and pieces of rings,
And the garment that stir . used to wear.
• • • . • • • -
There are hands th2t are waved when the fairy shore
- By the mirage is lifted In air:
,And we sometimes hear through the turbulent-roar
• • Sweet voices we heard in days gone before,
When the wind down the 'river is fair . •
Oh' remembered for aye be that blessed Isle;
All the days of our life till night= " _ •
When the evening comes with its beautiful skint,
• And our eyes are closed to slumber awhile. •
May our "greenwood' , Of.soul be in eight.
—Monogram bell-knobs are the la
—October and l'arepa will come ...Est
- - England anticipates an extraordinarily
large wheat crop. •• '
.11arpn James Rothschild hos'bought the'
Chateau Lafitte vineyard. .
—Chicago has 1,255 drinking saloons,
• _ while Cinctrumtlhas 1,980.
• —The Princess Teck, n6e Princess Mary;
or Cambridge, has a fine boy.
• —Qnilp thinks the Chinese ought ' to take
an interest in the junk shops. •
-Female Alderwomen- and ' MaYora' are
the institutions of Paraguay .anMng'.
"--qtztother Rooth is coming on the stage
Booth, swho retired twenty :peace
None of the iron:. steamers' are now
• allowed to run , the rapids of, the $1: Law
—Hon; W. E. Stevenson and Governor
Pierrepont are vigorously .canvassing Wait
—During 'the last ten years $1,120,000
worth of drug stores have been consumed
in St. Louis. -
-Grant and Colfax meetings are of fre
quent occurrence and unusual enthusiasm
—Clue Turk is said to have broken the
Baden Baden bank six,times in rapid sac
• —ran thinks that the appearance of Mos
-qui'toes •ip. England is owing to a gnat
- -3forosini is
. 'a new dartietiie in'ReW
York, about Whom 'great things are said and
great feats promised. • • , • •
L-116n. Hannibal Hamlin is speaking, in
Maine; warmly advocating the RePublicari
platfonn and. candidates . • • '
sale and transportationof . nitro:
- glycerine has been forbidden in Sweden,the
conntry where it was invented. •
• —On the 11th ult the names of James
Kirkpatrick and James •R. Woodwell-ap
pealed on the list of Americans in Paris.. •
—Garibaldi is giving gut at .last , and pa- ,
triode 'ltalians shake their heads and say
:that the old hero:Can last bat, little longer:
—lime. Patti Straiosch, Who has been for
so long a favorrte. contralto in: America,: is
to make her debut it tlie Italian opera in
—Booth taking warning by his loss at the
...,,yurning of_ the Winter Garden 'Theatre, is
to have a fireproo f room for his wardrobe in
• , •
w ; theatre.-
Professor Tyndall, undeterred by -the
4rai4fal fate pe the first explorers - To - b:that,
peak, has, Climbed up and down - the' Matter
7 4g1irbuttAined vests, bright „colored
plain silk scarves, - tight "trousers; 'longer
coats,, aM flapped talinai for over-Coati,' sire
the fall AAA:lions for gentlenien: I"
, , —1100i:cal has ealast begun'*) gro — ir:llkii
most of the - cities on
Lawrence, and large , Of:. acir,
citizens: of „the .6wcptwatu • Mines
have been snripliedt,by:.oe; Augur , with
seienty,five'atands of _arms th. • which ;to
• ;:,defend themselves against the Indians.
P —Theodore, of Bavaria, who •In .1865,
arried the charming Princesa of
• BaxOny, is ationt again A° be,married to the
Princess Margaret, of Qilcans, his first wife
having.died of diptheria early In 1887.
A.clergyman of theEstahlished Church,.
- in England, recently preached a sermon at
irlbuting the contiimed"hot, weedier to the
wickedUess of the nation in supporting
Gladstone in his measures for,the oVerthrow ,
of the Irish Establishment:
Pie,sbytet7an meeting house on Euclid
-;street, :Cleveland, luts On Its ',alike, the moat
censpicaone crest, , city, and has it,
• , organ 11i,the centi.epf:thec,kancel: - The
:;( 'Cleveland. .11eralci,. an
• .:.wants to know whatthe shade ofJoluiltnon•
!'Grecian , bendl.' la oneoitheoldeat
in his e1f a1 1 .401 1 '0 .( k4:4;
andtwo; Ahonsatul lyears:
.144) 'Terence, iekeirTint
• '‘, •fishion, wrote: ru . i r •tr
-'' • '
••Magl eif WhOM furldittlaternak dm bat •
, . • ; 'WU* stocopltii
16 -Menrt'of the etoriaii„oberitim.i
. Eltee-14i - ffie'iiriginal , 4, C0ul Oillapbauyir Ara
r [,tat f 7e 'id K. be Mere taie'iiii4:''ll4o /40'
7 oubt °llia having squanderedliatmilllontr,.
he is said to hive ravad abbdtgilltinpr o s
WA Of -Wreck ~ 9f •WI roAtlizese ,
T:to-a rordeli and'
:11;. . 04030C4. t
wa,: 14/tra;3l , ssWittiion, is
urirtql notoriety by her,
•-4,/ , , 4 , 1 T • ~"
pOCnrityirlii;#l3,6l i l i tp o o iki In
Ji01.144" thinks that' Congrem, desecratadevery.i
et t,helfolvw#o? . 4 Yl- and
fiablitOilh' Pit n•ivittliideo 3 4 o "5 1111 ' 4, 0 1 1
I ' , llls* trOepresitt, ;Democrats ist:Oongress
ielf:4 4l o/ 13 t 4 M 1f6,1( 1P*r),, 0011i"'1'',
There is an anecdote told s omewhere
a dispute, in which a boisterous, ill•bred
_ 1131 low called hisadyersary "no gentleman."
"I suppose you think Vonrse e, : w as -
the reply. l' Certainly rdo," - answered the
bully: "Then.", said the other s -"l'm, not'
offended that you don't think n one:'
—The Chinese "Embassy st • P.Osbm the
"other_ day celebrated the -- Ikethdeir: of tile
Empress Dowager of - Chins i : kneeling
in a row and bowing nine times 10 - the
North. Afterwards they
_paid a visit -to the
Po Tagen, (Mr. Burlingame,) - who ex : ,
changed the usual compliments -with them
in honor of the °Cession.
—There is so much oil in the Cuyahoga
river at-Cleveland, that it has become a dan
gerous neighbor to the city. The other day
it took fire; and the flames runniog along
the 'surface of the Water wouldundonbtedly
have fired the town had it been at any other
part ofthe river,but, there was fortunately
at that particular. Spot a bend in the strea m arida high bank, against which flames
exhausted themselves in about half an hour.
beautiful monument - has — just - been
erected -in the Alder-Brook Cemetery, at
'Coln, to the memory of Fits
Greene Halleck. Upon the front tablet is
the simple inscription cut in low relief :
" FITZ tiIISENE HALLECN,
and upon the cornice of the pedestal the fol
lowing lines from one of his own sweet
+ “Orie of the foiri the immortal names,
• . That were uqt born to
Upon the opposite tablet, in has relief, ,is a
lyre supported by two burning torches, The
whole structure is of Rhode Island granite,
seventeen feet high, and of the Egyptian
order of, architecture. •
—lf the people of Pennsylvania were'
constatatiy liying,liteli live! and'- honor en
clangored, and' their property destroyed,
lheir . 'homea - burned „over them and their
livewmade:burthens to them, by the depre
dations and barbarities of a savage and infe
rior vaoe of men, how loud would be the
Cry for vengeance, and how bitter would be
the feeling' against the citizens of other
States if they looked placidly on it all and
prated in romantic common places aboutthe
obleness of their savage foe, and about
kindness and leniency. And yet the Indi
ans 'are burning, violating, robbing and
desolating to their 'hearts' content among
the white population of the western Terri
tories, and the great majority of the eastern
press speak of "the wrongs of the noble red
man" as if he alone had wrongs. The In
dians have but too evidently made up their
minds to exterminate the whites from their
borders, and the question has simply come
down to this: "Shall the Indian or the
white man be exterminated?"
The novel alphabet for the blind, made
out of carpet-tacks, which we recently men:
tioned, has attracted the attention of Rev.
Adam McChillattd, , a blind clergyman of
Brooklyn, ~ and. pastor of a Presbyterian
church in that city. lir. McClelland, while
attending the Union Theological Seminary,
felt the necessity of some method whereliy
.he might take notes that should be legible
to himself. He therefore invented a slate
and an alphabet that fully answered his pur
poie. The slate consists of a piece of
chamois leather and apiece of sheet India
rubber; each thirteen inches by nine, nailed'
On a boat(' somewhat larger. 'On this the
paper is placed. A moveable strip'of brass
containing two rows of of rectangular holes,
thirty-six in each row, serves as a ruler,
and a small awl- •or stylus completes the
apparatus. Each rectangle can, contain six
legible dots. By varying the ':number and
position of these dots, fifty' distinct', legible
characters can-be readilpformed. , In this
way •Mr. • McClelland, writes • his sermons
three or•fourthnes More rapidly than could
-be done by an ordinary penzniui. A blind
friend of hishas in this way written all his
.ciassicar exercises while attending Columbia
College.,: • A., similar,;method and a supe
rior slate (being metallic • and groovod). has
been Invented-by Braille; of Peals. •
Mr: McClelland states that... all .geometrl
eel .ffiagrams and outline maps . may be read"
Ry made for the blind •on - good paper; bya
notched wheel at'tbe extremity of a pencil.
Boundaries, rivers, &c., may. be diatin:
guished , br . having : wheels with. notches-of
different sizes. In this way the motherof
one, of , bi s Sunday wheal 'scholars 'prepares;
without difficulty maps for her blind child
by,trading on the reverse side of •an ordlna
ty map with her wheel:ditch lines turahe de
'Sires to emboss. , Though the child •Is • the
'youngest in hbr class, she is;usually. at ; , the
head: of , 14, and is, so . enabled to prosecute
successfully her studies , in one of the Brook-.
lyn.public schools: The :young gentleman.
attending Columbia,College already alluded
to,'traces in the same way the Most difficult
figures hi the higher mathematics.
Though the blind may in this way write
so aslo be ' intelligible to themselves, yet
.they still require some method *hereby
they may write in brain - au characters., It
is suggested that a premium 'should be Of
, fired sufficiently large to induce practical
mechanics ,to -devote theinselves to the in
'vention of 'a machine by which the blind
I _Could *rite in'a way to be understood• by
'persons who have lost their sight,
.p.. IPowerini *hip, , '
mamas powerful ship '
of the Mash
Ifail•the Inconstant, is, rapidly approach-,
tag ,corapletion and' will be ready . for sea
early next year. fille,lo a reinarkable ship ;
With dines smarty as tine ;its the hest built,
lacht,:attd 'ett glues which, are tb develop' iii,
thenstuid indicated horse power, it is bailey
"gd',thitt 'she will attain a !speed /fax beyond
,t,hat ,of the ;finest , 1 frigate! Ever ;launched,:
I tiihis wP,lalac.Carry= the 'most • formidable fir
. raantent yetatloat;hitylng:int her mairi deck
r an.armaraent of i.irelvif andahalf ton guns;
~(nishiclu is , the rao44)3W,e'rrniset„ ttliiitt; inia.
-ses,Woltig BMPT) ' td,btl b ilitl PPZ ' deckl,
•,iidozeit , 'seven: to ' 'giins,'"for • c rising eh .
dhitletit: sfirivt Li J ' The Inconstant, although
' bniit'thr9fi is 4 of iron, to
;00#11Ofte g , , ft of her pawato,e,nor nes pp:"
Mg4if.e: i ' llPek . 4 ll WlVilki AcTer*lesli. ,
r t tam a, . . 0 .'r hottcnnerts".• anithAelher 0 ,IfeeP '
Aim seam , ~ qt fouling, ands lifting screw t
to allow ber to halt thelall i ava n t ai o a
iherspretui of esuiVesig. Mei willtet 'snanned
by stylist:id:od men itna-eh r r l ,f,,i.o v i s t ong
iforldonthed 1, , 1, ~ r ~ ,
`E*.tItILOU ART 131 writ.--A lady
r( ))12a*y comity, about' ten
*let tr o 4 StiAit gM ggav6 11 4 11 4 1 , Yißt,b l4
.4 2 ,xxissubsg e. t .0 f9or wale still'
dog lathe aggrekate,twentY,thies pp u s - a s :,
!They Are all well formed end helddiY. , , The
.motherlis said to' be a very fine woman„ ha s :
been married about three years, and is but
twenty-two years of age.—lfaernsils Press,
SBURGII - :-GAZETTE: SEPTEMBER 2, j 1868.
31re onsitaz Karns vingWAßTlrova.
TEETH ABB ORDERED.
FITLL KIT ros ss.
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
werENN BTREET. ity'Doort:Aßovz HAND.
ALL WORK WAR ANTED. GALL AND if:K.
AKINZ SPEOLMBNI3 OF GENUINE IDIFIE T N
GA . 1 FllE.TlJltrilii
32. ex n. e 3.lers,
goit sas AND on.,
Just - received,. the finest and largest assortment
ever opened In this city.
141 WOOD 13T11.1:8T, 00!..VIDGpi4MatIGI
CEMENT, - SOAP .rEITONE,
r n YDBAULIC CEMENT. ,
- 00A1' STONE. '
PLASTER., Oand7allr TOPS
mrsars yK. (xplamirs, .
sole:070 25 Wood .street.
BMILIC OEUENT . 1111AIV:PIPE1
Cheapest and best Pipe fn the market. Also, MO+
BERDAL HYDRAULIC CEans . wito;J i glife"•
Offlee and Manufactory 10132C0A
Allegneny: •NirOrderaby Mau promptly attendee
Bbys , ..Youth"s "lad Children's.
SIMMER. C ASSIMERZ SUITS, - .' •
• • DUCH SUITS. ' •
• FLANNEL BUTTS.
• ALPACCA LiCrlcrrei.
In every style. of the greatest variety.. suitable for
the present season. Gentlemen will Owl a line as•
sortment of WHITE and BROWN DUCK SUITS,
ALPACCA and FLANNEL COATS, &a. - every
garment being specially made for us by the best
Eastern • heases. Our prices are as low W e st. gad
goods can be sold at by any firm East or West.
lL DIEROUANT TAILOR,
No. 73 SHITHrLELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Ps
Constantly on hand, a full assortment of CLOTHS
CAS. THERES, VESTINGS, be. aly20:o88
DEAL BIN IN ALL mom or
NO. 8 SITE STREET, (National Bank of Com
Branch of 115 Water street, N. Y. ,
ay DANIEL P. DINAN.
B. dr. W. '.7#* - xuaysorir,
- Marinfactosers and Dealers In
Tobacco, Snuff,. 'Cigars, Pipes, &a:,
No A YKDERAL ST.. ALLICORRIMI
gENRIK W. HORBACH,
Cconfeetionery and Bakery
GEO. SaEILELE .
fancy Cake Baler - Confeetioner,,
FOREIGN DONESTIO TRAITS &
No. 46, corner 'Federal and Robinfon atreela, Ana
gben7, - WConstaur".l on hand, ICE OBE A 11. of
yaziotta Mayors. • • - 'i
BVIT MT° Ir. Lit? 'mu"'
Schonutekei'r's Gold Medal Piano s
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The 50I1OhLtOKER . PIANO :combine , ' . all the
latest valuable Improvements .krithin ie. the con.
Mrupl4on of a Orst dais instrument-and has always
"beitelawarded the highest premium wherever en
hiblted. Its tone Is full.. sonorous and 'welt.
Werkrainalthi, forillurablilly and beauty, surpass
'all others. Prices from $5O to $150,, (ee4 . mane to,
atyle Mut finish.) 4
prat class Piano.,- 4estier.thlia other egliivalecr
_ EBTIEDS C9IT,LIIE 039 AX
j . E . Mtt.': . ' - ' . . 7 ':: . ' fi.:
GRAY dr. LOGAN,
47 Sr. CLAIR STREET,.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
4F.417 TOBACep AND MARS,
0100aii3i6iorool 3 1 ia 0 *II
Ho.` MOO EiTER'ZT, '• ,
' - • " Betrreerk Seventh and Liberty.
airLADIESI OYSTEB.BALOON attached
PIANOS. ORGA.NS, &C.
Stands at OM' head of all reed lnetremlents, tnpro:
dyeing the moat perfect pipe mealier •of , tone or any •
similar instrument In the United Utiles. It IS par
ple and compact In construction. Am/ /1( 4 , 4 ) ?t e : 1 ,',
get. out of order.
._ , OARPENTEWIt PATENT ' , 'VOX HUMAN,&
TEENIOLOt , AtonIy te_ be. found In this ' Organ.
Price from e/W toss6U., All guaranteed for dye
Batik k 111:18=1114 . ' •
am, • ' No. ISt ST. CLAIR MEET.
HATS AND OAPS.
41141 7 Daiwa: IN
nA:rs. CAPE AND ;19:JUS,
Also. Hannfliciairer, 'Wholesale And Retail Dealer
IeTRIINNS, VALISES: fie., No. 11.32 SMITH-
IffELD STREZT, Pittstoisith, Pa.
Orders trroniptill filled aid satisfaction 'unnoticed.
rilliE GMAT AZI I EIIIO44, coat
-LA., siNATIDUi )'• • )
Butrox-notx onamene '
Aid) G NAME:OIt;
rvrius N 4 EQUAL,
BEEN'a , JAVIOLUTELY TUE BEST MULE
~.ktmpuens. Jo THE aultL, AND), M.
ffalitiluALLT Tem. CHEARVOT.
'hOkeitinul *sated to sell tels'alatiel:r;
t 0. , •• •>•" i ,;
il,fttArgin le l
`Bl elri,FtrAr ;:1141"'WAD:Illter
izb PEAR L AT/. • Mi!LL
WOoDads n l O VA WIL tr !WIVE N
d ben litoibrands.: , W RITE' BN
9021 14 ...)0 AL 11 t i O?r 1 14 E! PlO.O OU
t MUNDT& Sito4
1 I . ileruitt t.1,11,0;a141.1".,.;
. -4-777 141 4 ) -
Sitirsa . *juridic= ) • " OLISS.
QINGERIA /VCILEIII,' Succoesso n .
pa to Gicl; 111 t. SentiCtWitiat ODCw ;
rmaterivklei4W4 o l44AM RP&
This isulyetelua,l4tbegraptuo satifillsoucen
of tisti'Mountaler, Business Cards, Letter Reads.
Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards Dipiomas.
Portraits, Views, Certificates of Detaluk Invita
tion Cards, so., Nos. 72 and 74 Third Street,
OPINING? DAILY,: Ax
3,0 t. EffiCHFELIi-06
'No. 5.2 St. Gab. St.
OPEN 'll3l€l MORNING.
IfEW POPLIN ALPACCAS,
EMPRESS - AND POPLINS,
NEW GOODS EVERY .FEW DAYS,
WILL BE RECBIVED
DUIING THE r.wrisE smear.
, mARKET STREET. gr.
IN PRICES !
TO OLosan STOCK or
447 . _.11,A.8/LET S.TBEET.
THEOBOU F. PHILLIPS.
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meel V E 4 al -,-; e
ii-i, z EQ .—... a
= Cr Id -4-. P.+
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es = bA 11.
E ., tgl 14 4L, gr 4
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1.1 s 2 ..A P:1
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. S:PJ 11 ... . 1 = 2 .
"El7llll T. - r• 7,4 6."
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
F. 113 4 01,
Er No. 168 Wylie Street.
CURB, DicCANDLESS & CO., '
VV (Late Wilson, Carr &
WHOLESALZ DEALERS IN
Foreign and Do mestic : , Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STRE E T,
Third door above Diamond alley.
COAL AND COKE.
com..t coma: , --
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
• -Haviigremaed their office to
• , •
NO, 667 x..:±remivrit smarm-vs
• (Lately oft/ Floor 1 61) iiir.ooNro ELboit.
Are now prepared to Ihraleh good TOTIGHIOI2IIM -
IfY LUMP, NUT CAJAL OR SLACK, st tthe;loweal
All orders left et their office, or iddreased„te
them throne; the mail, will be attended to promptly.
CaIAULES U. ARMSTRONG,
lOUGHIOGLEFI •ceirszaavaam °amp,-
. 4ni Manufacturers of
COAL, BLACK AND DEOIILPIIIi/MMD . CO*IL
Office and VardLOORNE.It OF .lIITTLER AND
MORTON STREETS.. First yard on Liberty and
Clymer streets, Ninth Word; and on ilioxind Areet,
pear Lock No. 1 ‘
_Pittsburgh. Pa. • , •
Families end Manufacturers supplied with the
bert article otOoal or Coke at the 'lowest cub rates.
Orders lett at any of their Daces will receive
A RIIISTRONG JitITCHINSON,
...Yiut.Anstt.gaia Alta Youeuloomarri 64Asmi:. •
KINEW,II_HIPPERS AND rmAt, try• RAIL
ROAD AND RIVER, of superior Youghiogheny
• • , ,
CAS AND FAMILY ‘COAL..
Orece and YartiFOOT OF TRY STRJIST, near
the Oas Works. • • - • •
VILDILES, BELL & C 0.,.
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
- 4arers otifitivi; ZIEDMIC and LIGHT
£IWUOR AND 'ILAGNOLIA
Q4:4I"EAIN RYA] FLOW; &61
„ STAMM ,
~ .t' •
' ltearPittabargb Orainl Minter ft
r u nr i and
MNtrig,%l3. brderrdeabrertol eltharetts.
flare' Okapi' Greta au, . Aplcipp?.+
:00131..hevai, 01 1 0 , 4re?r,z,I.ern.• •
i • •- rime mowers 1/,
, Ordirs le ft here or Hand Street Bridge erill're•
eaten proropattinitiort. Wagons =Asia IS ets".
IFIDIPPIIGUIII ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, Nos.
• and 4 $u Clair Street. Pittsbuigh, Pa. Special
attention given to the designing and building of
QOM= HOUSES and PUBLIC BUILDING&
' pa 6 F 4
---- ..... -16 S.
t rf • k,:i;
NGS AND NOTIONS.
T - DIACRITM, * GLIDE & 'COOS,
78 and 80 Market:Street.
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRONS,
LADIES" WHITE UNDERWEAR.:
A full line of HOSIERY:
MORRISON STAR SHIRTS,
_ GENT'S PAPER 'COLLARS,
LADIES' DO. AND CUSPS,'
'A fullline of JET SETS,
SILK I BULLION FRINGES.
SILK &SATIN BUTTONS,
all colors. ,
A Complete Assortment of White Goods,
SWIBS, VICTORIA, LAWN.
LIN N, CAMBRIC, &c.
HOOP SKIRTS, in all he Newest Styles.
KID GLekyr.s at all pric4a;
GENT'S &LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR;
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS;
1.000 'Doz.IDAL3iOR I AL HOSE;
5,000 Lbs. WOOLEN YARNS
.iorSpeeial Bates to Jobbers.
NACRITM, (CLYDE & CO.,
V 3 and SO. Market Street.
pD/CE N , NARKED DOWN:
NACRUM & CARISSIMS,
N 0.19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles',) for SOc
CORSETS, (Real Irreseh,) /.... SO
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,. 3 for -
KID GLOVES. (warranted,) • 1.00
PAPER COLLARS 10
9100 Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good) 5
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c. 95
MEN'S SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS..........• BO
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS - To,
All kinds Bonnets and Hate at Half Cosi
IN ALI. 3C-ENDS OF GOODS.
Special Bates to lierehards do Dealers.
MACH= & CARLISLE,
jyla3l 19 FIFTH STREET.
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
CHINA, GLASS AND
MILTED PLATED WABF,
PARIAN STATUETTES, 31
BO manio suss,
6 And ether STAPLE AND FANCY
431X1D0, a great variety. , •
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO:
-100 WOOD STREET
ALL PAPER, : -•• •
AT REDUCED PRICES.
AFTER 4uLy Jur.
We 4111 offer our present itoeic4
Wall Papers at Greatly Reduced Price&
A. large assortment of SATIN PAPFES,, tor:balls;
N 0.107 Market Street,near Fifth,
JOS..R. HUGHES & BRO.
PACTITAING CCM:PANT, Manufacturers of
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS' .
BRIO TON BRIWITON. Y*..
- OFFICE. AND wAnarioun,.• • '
No. 82-Third Street; Pittsbingh; PL
Orticsas—SlVGllST HAETJE President. -
JNO. B. LIVINGSToN, Treasurer.
BAMDF.L LRIDDLN. Secretary.
D__rfacToss—Ausyst Dame, John . Atwell, B.
tiartman, John B. Livlngton.
Club paid hir Paper Stook. Ja21:o811-i
DYER AND SCOURER;
IT. J. LANCE, -
DYER AND SCOURER.
.Tio. • 8 ST.. Cr....A331 STREET
And NO2. 1 8 6 and 187 Third Streets
, i 3 iii:fiNil - 4- 1 e 3 Tre)043)34Z4
!EIFACIEVAL , BECHE'rT,
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DIECHISSIOAL ENGINEER, ---
, Ando.Solloltaiat iof ...latateintass+;
• ~ i ; !;tLiteotF.Y.W.aC.EdPwat.)ai ra - ::.:
'dick Ihi.'lo ritpratm, Errinsrr' lia6m fla:11
* stairs. .F: txt Box 50.,PALLAGGENX my. :.
CHINMaY, of all desc.rlotlons, designed.
1 - ‘i l
Mr acing ACE and DLINGImx - REA.Ir.
taraisheo. - Parti_ Qatar attention pato
Iry COLLIOIT pocOMoTrym 1 pstaass oar
, Iratisiti s t tell aW An. EVII4IIIO DRAW.
G 011 'isitAagiOs *sari' WYDNrillYkr
HAI ' • AND •al •I ai• • .
TORN • PEClAritlintilikelital , Hati
HAIRMOWEEX AND PERFUME'S, No.
At "er i te n V,Staithfleld, a lttsbyth raidies ,
rilVnANDS4V tt Erfroo Anm uersetia i r e Cta ß.
Jar lea. ffric,Th °l .4 ove,a- tbr
01,adlet , and Gentlemenvo Salt Clotting done(._
, the. 12 . 15 t planner: m12:23-
'WE/GUTS AND URE •
eid!, s r 'of Wei ' hts and ilegialres t
17To. 8 sotraxa erturarr.
(Beige= Liberty and Perry streets.
Order; romptly stranded to.
THE WESTERN UNIVEI
STery Parent and Guardian who has a so
to educate should know that we have int
Chartered, Institution, endowed by the I
the_ generous friends of learning to the i
k 5100.000 Preparatory; Commercial,
and Collegiate in character, with a Face'
number, and a course of study equal to ti
best Colleges. The rooms are large and I
the.aPparatus and cabinet of a superior k
-Observatory belonglnX to it has one of -
telescopes in the country, is endowed, is'
of an actrimomer of great ability, and
four new- Instrumets added to it at , sn e
63, 000..A1l the income from eedowtneut
Biltlon'is expended in:supporting the in
The aim of the Board of Trustees, who a
Our mos enterprising and benevolent dB:
furnish the nest advantages to all ou pc
to those enjoyed in any of our cities. 'I h
Lion in all th • courses of study is thorougt
porary expedients being resorted to to sec
ferny merely. Only Professors of ability
;fence are employed.
Catalog es or information may be had
iit the University Building, corner of It
DIAMOND STREETS, between 935 and
The next term will commence September .
GEORGE 'WOODS. LL. D. Presidenty;
sor of Mental and blond Selene*, Reed..
JOSEI . II F. Gnat A. IM.. Professor
Language and Literiature, 11311 Wylie stn.
Hog. HENRY W.tW 3LLIAMd, LL. D
of Law. 110 Penn street.
BENJAMIN C. JILLSON. Pli. 8.. H. D..'
Of Chemistry, Geology ana Mineralogy,
hiLLYL:Dr IL Gory, A. M.. Professor of
Ica. Broad street, Sewickley.
Buy—EDWARD P.., CRANE. A. H. ' Pi,
:Latin'Eunguage and Literature, 01 San:
RuDotrit LuDwßAiri. A. H., Profess;
Onan Language .t Gen.' History, flee kin'
- SAMUEL P. LANGLEY, I'rufesso of r
Attronomy, and Dlrec Lor of Observatory,
Professor of Rhetoric and t;
JERE, 'AWE. AYERS, A. N.. Prlnclr
paratory Department and Instructor in
-Federal street, Altegheny.
ALPIIONSI N. DANSE, Instructor in Fr
gams. 6 Hancock aLrept.
I. N. FORNZE, Principal of Commerch
ment. 163 Wy le street.
Near the line of the Erie and Pittaburgl
PULASKI. °Guides from Pittsbni,
The new College Year opens SEPTE: ,
with.= increasing prospect of interef t sr;
In addition to toe FULL CObLEGE
covered by the ScholarlMps and Tuition,
stitution, ItXTR,A CLASSES IN ENti Lit
commenced with this session for the be,
student' generally. and especially of thi
Mg to engage in the profession of 'Teach
Tasrms—tor this course including Eng -
Mar and Composition, Reading and EN),
thography Mental and Written Aritl
Penmanship, with. lessons In the Science
Tetchlng, for the coming session of 16
This amount Ins:Andes the contingent fee.
• College wttidles, (including contlngen.
term of $l3. Address,
ROBTi . AUDLEY BROWNE,
• Yen Wilmington, Lawrenc(.
The Pall Session of Pennsylvania Coll.,
THIIIIIIDAY,the 2lth day of Sei,
And continue thirteen weeks. In adi,
large corps'of Profesiors. the institutt-,
hhed with. extensive Philosophical an ,
Apparatus, and Geological Caoinet.
The new Preparatory Building will b , ,
occupancy. The rooms in thrs Departm.
fernish.d. Expenses. exclusive of Booal
tionery, frcrursfilit to, $BB per beSSIOII,
ilibirPor further Oarticnlars. address
M. VALENTINE, I/. D.. Preside -
BEV. C. T. EaItEIIABT, A.M.,
•, 11DITTSBURGII FEMALL
REV., .1. C. PERSHING, D. D., DI;
In buildings faculty, patronage and r
Wes for securing a thorough, solid and
education the the leading ladies school in tb
one of the first In the Union.
Twenty-two able and accomplished
• perb buildings,'whicli have just been rep
peted and Improved at a heavy outlay.;
course of study.* Unsurpassed facilltic
ornamental branches, especially' music...
Fall Term commences SEI'TEMBEB
tlons can be =West any time, either I!
aunt • X. SIMPSON. Pres,
CHESTER,' Delaware Co.,
The Seventh Annual i3eision of . th:±
- opens THORSDA.Y; brpt. 34.
The buildings are new and complete
a lra n u l taiiitention given to the mot'
sous' habits of eatieta. -
For circulars apply 'to CHARLES H.
Esa No. 73 Wood 'street. Pittsburg)
THEb. HYATT, Chester, Pa.
N EWELL DISTIT UTE,
.No. 267 Penn Stree
- . . . TEACIIERS: ,
Mesita. J. R. NEWELL, !Messrs. H. N
I ALLYN iiCCEI7II, W. bLOAN. ,
W.•A.,BILTILCH.FIN.LID, Itimbla. r•
.B. JOLINSTUN, ;. lA. DANSE, •
• lass Sracra, - 1 SluLLza,t
Busineaswill,be resumed on TITE.SW
Terme as befbre—s4o per session of
No extra. charges. !Application for s:
eitherl.adips , or Nays , eehool will be
the rooms diming' the last week in Aug:.
:o'clock-A. at. till 121 x. -
oy, DT, Y. 3,
Very - thOrtiugh • instruction in Civil,
and Mining Sugip*Mring. Chemistry a'
Scleace. Gradbases obtain most der , .
'Mins. . • ite•Lopens slept. Stn. For the
Reisister, - : 0%14811 informa.lon. at
CHABL.M . n WAD, Director, Troy... , '
atatica ' .
, r . •
OLLO INSTITUTE A.ll
~ D rAlty, No. 80 FOURTiI.B7It-i
-burgh :ide.• EROLMR, SettN•rim and'.
,sciiumt-, for ilirlisaed Rove, conductec
M. MACIRITM and MARY .Ir.
Session:commences MONDAY, lieptemb-',
:course:of landless terms, itc sec
will be mailed on. application. Mr. N
the School Itoome to receive pupils fr. !
till IN Y. daring - the week preceding . :
of thew/salon. • . :!!
-111 . 113/10P BOWMAN
—A COLLEGIATE ISCHOOI,
lEB,—No. 63 GRANT STREET.
The duties of this SCIIOOi will be rerun'
DAY, September I.4tb. The coarse
chides the Eng! ish' Branches, hiatheM*;
and Drawing The Music Department
- direction of the able Prof. ssor, H.
Both Day and Boarding Pupils r eceives
For further partici:tiara send for a Rel.:
ply to the Rector.'
zu=u l S -3, !w v. s • Rz R. T. COST-'Z
ESTA T TGLITIPII 1830
xatroinratie OF FORE!:
t- WBES AND Lig - fc.,;
.N04:409 P. nn Street, Pit'
Vetdd direct . the attention of the publ'
`lll3l4Weellatt Liquor Houses in
' l3 / 1 1 s_lue tbet , latilettations direct, they: ,
rVarious, grades of choice
altars at' Witt, less than Eastern'
on* pg,qualities and compute - -
A choice sortment of pure OLD
Y.OO • • th , on hand
JOSEPII S. FINCH&
No l; 0146 Va. INN 191, 193 at
tz, • . f; XAXIMACTOILIIII3 Ot
Copper_ ; Distilled Pure Rye
o, Ra m In FOR E IGN WINES an
prim , NATIVE WINES: .
. - - ,,1**1 - ILIA AND OATH'J
Otbdr own! inns. cAlso,_ the bell
CtIAMX.4O '• CLARET. FSHERRY- ,
V. Ina urowers' Compan)
irrlnt clued. the thtng for tray
-N. .—Particu sr attention 'paid