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'The following extracts we take , from a
private letter written by a former Pitts
ourdert'neW in Omitha;_Nebraska:
• • , ODIATEA, August 28, 1868.
I have;been placed under many oblige
tons to friends for the receipt of several
copies of your valuable and interesting pa
per, for which I desire to return my thanks.
Did you know with what satisfaction it is
read by the representatives' of the Smoky
City in Omaha, I am sure it would give you
equal pleasure. Of another fact let me
speak. We take pleasure in noting that
since your visit to our city your paper ap
pears more frequently, and is quoted consid
erably moreby our Republican papers. I
have recently noticed quite "a number of ex
tracts, and good sound ItePublican argu
meats, which are greatly helping the cause
with us. When you passed through here
the campaign had scarcely.opened; bit now
isve are redhot, and , the fires ire „burning
brightly all over 'the, State. . Not a day
sasses but what - ,-*e have, a demonstration
omewhere in the' county - and scarcely - a
week but we have a ,grand torchlight pro
, 'cession ot theTennera Omaha. of which
, have six com panies, numbering about
ionethousand strong. This, Cr course, does
notinclude thebalf of yet one-third•of the
Republican vGlers of •the city._Our ;Tan
ners have made sereral'excursicisvebently
to Council Bluffs,-Plorence and Belleview„,
of which, need I. say; were successes.
—l.44°Orrow night we have the demorultra
' ;1101 1 ' 0 ! 'the aemPe,ign, and will give_ such: a
show; these Copperheads who
Glpim the State hoiv much they are mistaken.
_Every man hi wide awake ' 'and as Nebraska
-casts her maiden vote: for Presidential can
didates; everybody_ will . be out and not a
vote 'will 'be lost. From all parts of the
`State; which is being rapidly filled up by a
foreign people come the glad tidings that
a majority of diem are falling into the ranks
of the • Republican- party. We wily Carry
the State for Grant and Colfax by at least
two: thorisand majority; this is reliable. One
beautifal feature of the campaign n Nebras
ka is the tact.that the young men are the
most active and forward.' As they were in
1861,'50 they are in 1868, true to the Union,
and will have no Other leaders but Grant
and Colfax. With thein there is no such
word as fail; the Union must and shall be
Of • other matters in ; t our State
I would say but little. The Union Pacific
Railroad is marching with rapid strides to
wards the setting sun, and if "Old Sol"
don't look out, Casement and his crew will
he ahead of him and have - to do their work
by moonlight. - I am reliably informed that
the track is laid over eight hundred miles
west of this place and still advancing at the
rate of two and one half to three miles par
Business in our city is very lively at pres
ent. • Buildings are going up rapidly all
over the city, and the inaction of a hot
summer is being succeeded by a lively fall.
Harvesting is over, and the plentiful crops
have made glad the heartsof many farmers.
The grasshopper pestilence, which hris been
doing so much damage indifferent sections
of the West, did not reach Nebraska in
time to do any great hurt, although they
appeared in such numbers as to be beyond
description, so I will 'not attempt it. In
connection •with. the improvements going
forward in this locality, I desire to say that
the Government is about,‘ building barracks
Itad - 'quartera for a regiment of soldiers to
.be stationed at this point. The buildings
and improvements are estimated to cost
about twohundred thousand dollars. The
.citizens, with' their usual generolity, have
presented the United States with fifty acres
of land for the purpose, add the work is to
commence immediately. .
- 'There are many rumors-m:1 the streets
to day of more Indian 'troubles, and from
Cheyenne-and Denver the reports come
that they are again on 'the - war path. I
trust it is not ki bad ad . ,reported, yet. there
'be "but • little 'doubt these
• .demons in human shape have againthat.
- their faith with the Government and are at
their bObariins work Great excitement
is prevails `aild I should not be amplised at
any moment to hear that some of the fton
tier settlements were sacked;' and: -burnt:
' There'have been some,Changes ofrailroad,
Officials on , the Union'. Pacific. recently.
- Among the apixtbittadrits I notice that of
N. Campbell, its.Buperintendent of
.the Laramie liivision He is jan old Pitts
'burgher, and his; many -friends will be
please 4 to hear, if his•success•
-A,.party' of gentlemen from' your city
passed thiatigh here a day or two agoon a
pleasure trip to the mountains., It cofit,
_stated drlYr.`Baels, ,J. P: HenderEsin, Bk.;
43c the Pittsburgh, lort Wayne and Chicago,
-Railroad ,Company,'Hon.' J. H. 'Hopkins;
a K. Ciulti Esq., and Prof. Gilson. • , They
did not remain in Omaha long, but
probability will'on their return.
Well, I -guess I have about tired you out,
and so will close. ' Yours, Be.,
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, lAr Ruelaalat,„&ilne • 'srOst.OPPtilons. Atii:
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Ks: .kat filled with strisfii4 l 9' iP ,t e s' ' i 1
'l, - lodgers to the (Oh OW vtgr?,N.led, , and
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1, 4 111hault—ten occupants of theatheystoriea
I were rescued. ge.gt e r for me d leas that put
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t 7 • to window sill, Ira his. frail laddtt7-Was
1 ''''l` , .. ' reached." On Teaching the humbliibOde of
' -' ' 'the coMOsitor—there lay the, infant' a iar
bordal mass in its little metal cradie4a
.brothand'alster in each other's , tun:lli:Pe'
:aide the lzalf:eonsurned relining of thee
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LEITO FROM ()MAMA.
- 41 Fearful Seeue.
liii./Roliert Heath, e i ne of the principal
•coal and iron waiters in North. Stafford.
:shire, lately celebrated the coming'of ageof .
ihis eldest son; by giving, an entertainment
to between 4000 and 5000 persons, at which
nine hundred bottles of wine and 2,840ga1.
lons of ale were. consumed. The dinnken
orgieswkiich marked they affair were most'
disgraceful. :One reverend gentleman,
noisy,wanderink he knew,not whither, hat
less, and fighting with his friend and neigh.
.bor,;-rsis tumbled; out of , the pavilion. A
.gentlenisfi bf the ' , press. was discovered
.among the helpless at in the morning in
ta field. Fights took place witkout•mimber,
'',:and.'nlany men, 'women, boys' and girls
were seen helpless through drink, others
reeling home, ank,nomberii lying in; ' the(
fieldiatid'Uftesi ,7 dead drunk *mi t
felled by drink, helpless and ptOstato;,were
counted within a radius of tv*ity yards;
and scores scattercd.itimin, www•bleedjagi
listless, shoeless sand coatless, incapable of
t annStnetAttriTemn• . ".
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SARA.TOGA - '
-Vie* of a: Fashionable
the. Grecian Bond is Produced.
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it , , 41 . * . The nights are, more absolutely
than. they ever, were, devoted to folities the
Most fascinating, and exhibitiona of fashion
able ,Manners and, attire so abaurd, that. it
would' Seem as if the tailors and modistes
had conspired together this season to play a
Monstrous joke. upon their patrons. Per
hape the dandie s are worth less notice than
ever. The difference between a fop and a
gentleman in • the United States is happily
wide enough to render it impossible that any
sane person should , ever confound the two.
But the difference between a female popin
jay.and a lady is here defined by such a
curious and vulgar set of peculiarities ap
pertaining to the former person ' that I can
not forbear to describe them. In the first
place, a toilet iis affected, which of itself
suffices to turnia woman in full dress into a
caricature. The body and waist of the
dress are remarkable in only one respect
-thei last is exceedingly tight, and th former
rather loose at the top and exceedin g ly low.
It is below the waist that what is m o nstrous
in the costume attracts and th en repels
the eves of man. A hoop of moderate idi
mensions overspread with an underskirt or
two, and a dress of whatever - .fabric, are
Worn.' Underneath the iear of this hoop,
just below the - waist of the person designs-,
ted, is bound a' coil of wire flom two to
three inches in . diameter, which "
out" and, elevates the' upper portion of the
dress ,behind, and forms the foundation, so
to speak , . of an exterior protuberance called
thepanter. The punier Is a bustle, more or
less enormous, upon which, in successive'
_folds or layers gathered up, or confined by
a bandenemeling the dress from the storia
ach of the wearer around-and beneath, an
extra skirt, reaching just below the- poste
rior, hangs, 'or rather "wobbles" to and
fre. The dress htte a train from four to six
feet in length,
' The postureaffected in order to set off this
attire is called the "Grecian Bend," a con
tortion of the body which, as it is highly
improperin itself, I find it difficult to. pre
scribe with propriety. Iligh:h6led shoes
dispose the wearer to incline ferwlrd, and
high-heeled gaiters are therefore adopted by
the "belle of the season.",.She is thus the
more readily enabled to elevate her hips un
naturally behind, , enhancing: the aspect of
the punter, to contract her stomach, and to
form an 8-like curvature of her upper shape
by. thirsting ' out her chest, drawing back
her shoulders and bending forward her
head. The lattex is crowned , by . a hideous
chignon, surpassing, by several inches, the
thickness of the shallow pether brain. So
bent and deformed, the belle constrains her
elbows against her sides, and, with horizon
tal forearms and little gloved hands dan
gling from limp,wrists, tilts painfully along.
The profile of such a figure, and its un
graceful gait; are irresistibly . suggestive of
a lame kangaroo. When it is whirled ,and
tossed about in a dance, one of the fashion
able jumping-jacks in black broadcloth
who are here so numerous, and so much
alike that you can hardly tell one from an
other, the sight—what with the bobbing up
and down of the woman's panier, and the
agile sidelong leaps of the jumping-jack
across the immense trail piled on the floor—
is too exasperatingly ridiculous for laughter.
—A German woman in Providence, R.
L, conimitted suicide because she had the
consumption, and, being poor, knew teat
a lingering illness would use up - ber little
stock of money which she wished her chil
dren to have.
roinnis • •
That., after repeated , trials of other remedies, ito
hack's Btomseb Bitters. Blood Purifier and Blood
Pills are the best medicines extant to cure the die
eases for 'winch they are recommended.
, Sold by all Druggists Everywhtle.
• • PILES.
There is no medicine in use so ellicacons as Dr.
Bobackls Blood Purifier 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.
riere perhapa, no bne thing that has done so
mach prmnote the canoe temperance ae that
gentle abreast:Ma .tonte. Reba:dee titer:each Bittern
they atreugthea and levtgoraie without piodueinn
t4e 111 e:Octs of. 'timbale athntdante.
lola by all Driggists Everywhere.
' ,'XinrEft. PILLS •
Are Pills that have & direct and poWerful action o
the liver, and relies* any lnautirity or congeste
state of that: all lmtuirtant 'Organ upon which de..
De ddspe,rhw ss e proce of - digestion , The import
ance; Bien, of procuring a Plll that shall have such
dfreeit action' without :the ill effects oflnercury, is,
=lnfest ?to every , one; such Pill are Bobacrs
Blood Pills; they are 'warranted 'purely vegetable,
and can with certaintjbe relied upon, and are safe
at all times. • . •.• • . •
Sol!' 'by all Dtagglits EiTrywhere.
Is but another name for Dyspepsia. and the parent
of many ills. }Lubeck', Stomach Bitters taken to
wtrieldurfull doses. directly after each meal. will
surely effect a permanent cure. Do not take our
ward for It, but try them.
• Bold by all Druggists Everywhere.
.. NIGHT. MARE
Ti one Of **linen' , diseases of +ditch plePePtili
purent. ,To effect a cure persona 09,0; 1 419 0
heartY food at night., and take • wineitiame-full of
Bobicre Stoinseb Sitters on retiring i3Obetil •
Sold by all Dive,its Everywhere.' •
RENOVATE. • •
Drarlmg thoMpting lt iY Pie of the regular
boimehold duties to renovate: in th'vintdil9 ll%.
Mty of Othen Antis!, ;one's own self is, tn • great
lnlght pe pro cr
bmge4, and isibiamibueuisavidtram
premature graves by ihoroughli rincerstillg , the
califiliza Pr) Bc'bik 3 ri'BlO o 4 VM II4 Simalteb
SWAT, apt; ;1094 rudder.. ,'," • .t..,
I ! gig to EVelryWheW
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Ti one of*e many dlibotflort of tlie ReleT4ylll Emu/4
4.vidni Trask nfilw lance oonnOtat t ionnli tn*tp,
otionnorticorostration, allnrlom'Cirnitnne o}akneon,
.regUillti • Iwilgorithiis like k'!
B tomitch B Mars w rc49# P9PP 1 . 74 01 1 + t P#.
2" — •••••'..." , "!1*.ct . • • , • , • •
; Bold*. Ilintaista Rvistrwheimm,
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The Agents ter th e eale of 80/ 1 441 15 40P
1P1_14,13, eTottle.oll 6171'0,11%1nd' autmD rtez:
ere all Druggists vrerywhere. • , • A •i •
11. S:- PROPRIETARY IdEDRIINE
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-42— Trti-VEDNEStua, 'EZETIMBER 2 4 . 140
WTHE APPETITE FOB
Tobacco Destroyed I
. off. Chewing and Smoking. UM
Poisonous Weed, Tobaceo.
One box of ORTON'S F'REPARATION Is WAR;
RANTETI to deatroy the appetite for tobacco in any
person, no-matter how strong the habit maybe,
Zir Il IT FAILS 111 ./.3T OASE Tux 31.61i11Y WILL
TLYFUNDYZ. It Is almost impossible to break Off
from the nee of tobacco by the mere exercise of the
will. Something is needed to assist nature in over
coming a habit so firmly rooted; with the help of the
preparation there i s not the least trouble. Hun
dreds have used it who are willing to bear witness
to the fact that ORTON'S PREPARATION com
pletely destroys the appetite for tobacco and leaves
the person as tree from any desire for it as before
he commenced its use. It is perfectly safe and
harmless in all cases. The Preparation acts directly
upon the same glands and secretions affected by to
bocco, and through these upon the blood, thorough
ly cleansing the poison of tobacco from the system,
and thus allaying the unnatural cravings of tobacco.
NO MOBS HANKERING FOR TOBACCO ATTIIBUSITIO
OILTON'S PHIPAIIATIONT RECOLLECT IT IS
WAEBANT&D. BIIITAUT OF• '
• ' • COtarranniani
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The fblloiring are a few selected - from the multi-
trade Of recommendations in our pontession:
' • ' trio* W. P. Heald. It_sq,', - Bangor, lffe.l •
• - . 7 Lennon, ..W.',April SC 18511.
I hereby that I have need tobacco for thir
ty years past, and fo mon t ht fifteen. Van I have
'used two pounds per I have made attempts
to leave off at. different times: 'I have:left off one
Year at a time, but always cwitinued,to hanker fin'
it untllT used Orion's Preparation. which has min•
pletely cured me of the appetite for . tobacco. I
would recommend all who are affected with this ter
rible habit to try the preparation, which will cer
tainly cure it if the directions arc followed.
. • . [Prom E. W. Adkins, Knoxville. Tenn._l _
KNOXVILLE,Tenn., August . B. 1887.
•• Ws is to certify that I had used tobacco to such
an extent that my h. alth had become greatly Im
paired, and my whole system deranged and broken
dw P lnp aduneon 88n7
a l ft puuhnasge dneo bnxoh utr
-lugcompletely cured. • I have not bad any hanker
or desire fbr tobacco since using the nfelniration ..
I believe it to be all that it is recommended, and I
would advisenll who wish to quit the use of tobacco
to try one , box of Drton's Preparatton. •
• E. W. ADKINS.
IlfroraJohn Morrill, lialkg. or, Me. I ___
BANGOr., Me., March NI4, ine.S.
This is to certify that I bare used tobacco for
eighteen years; have tried many times to leave o ff ,
but have antlered so much from a aizziness in mY
bead, and gnawing at my stomach, that I have soon
given up the trial. A short time since a friend in
duced- rue to try Orton , s Preparation (sold by you.)
I have done so. and ant completely cured. I did not
In the least banker after tobacco, either to smoke or
chew, after 1 began to use the Pretwkration.
Price of ORTON'S' PREPARATION Two Dollars '
per box, fbrwarded to any part of the country, post •
paid, on receipt of price. Wiley sent by mail at
Our risk. Address,
• C.- O. COTTON, Proprietor,
Box 1.148. Portland, Maine.
We. the undersigned. have bad personal dealings
with C. B. COTTON, and have found bun a reliable
and fair dealing man, and believe •his statements
deserving the confidence of the
S. B. Richardson. Rev. J. 8. Oreen, Dr. S. B.
Gowen, Portland, Me.; Charles H. Morrill. Bidde
ford, Me. • A. H. Boyle, Attorney. Belfent. lie.;
Alonzo iarnard. Bangor, Mn.; Wm. 0 Sweet,
worthst Mansfield; Blue.; M. Boynton. East
N. H.; M. Quimby. St. Johnsville, N. Y.
PIELAILON 9 9
'"PAPIELIZiN LOTION, ,, 1
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE SKIN AND COM
PLEXION. Removes all Eruptions, Freckles,
Pimples. Moth Blotches. Tan, etc.. and renders the
Nursesoft, lair and blooming. For Ladles l
ry It is Invaluable. For Gentlemen. after
shaving it has no equal. "PAPIIIAN LOTION"
is the mi reliable remedy for dlseises and blem
ishes of the skin. .
PELALON'S "PAPIECLAN SOAP"
For the Toilet, Nursery and Bath; will not chap the
skin. Price 25 cents per cake.
"FLOR DE MATO "
A new Perfume for the Handkerchief. Exquisite,
delicate, lasting fragrance. Sold by all Druggists.
PHALON et 8021,11iser 'York.
arRATCHELORPS HAIR DIE.
This splendid Hair Dye Is the best In the world;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; ,no disappointment; dy e suLous
tiSs; remedies the effects of bad invigo
raMs and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful. black
or brows. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly applied at Batchelor,' Factm,.No.
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Young Men's . Guide to Happy Marriage
and Conjugal Felicity. The humane views of benev
olent Phylitclans, on the Errors and Abuses incident
to Youth and Early Manhood, sent In sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge.. Address HOWARD AB..
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DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
EIDETIC SIMMER CORDIAL,
An Infallible spy for Summer Complaint, Diar
rhea. Dysenterl, Vomiting, tionr litomsch sad
.1)11. HARRIS' CRIMP.. OMB
tto ' speer fgringeottobrrs, CraMps and Pain In tbe
HARRIS & rwprp,
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
3. moon Ana & sows
PURE WHITE LEAD,
McCOIVES VERDITER GREEN,
Via only green paint that ►lll riot deteriorate by
art:moor*. It will look better. loot longer and glee
mora e terfect oallolactlon - than any Volta In the
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ARE :SUPERIOR , TO. ANY' OTHERS
onEmzi) Ts nut 9Frr. •
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For .Sale by ligi.arood in,theCity,
Bakery, Nod 91 , LibertY Sid ' 1
war, gown, ,11,4 I,
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I,rtnrit elan - 11 0 1 1 01 1 open (amt., 'mot as
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#Bll, gtoneboro, ,;
Aciu • um- ite.,a4r4 e' traniatt uuroaa..
one boar' ri d e Item - Veen I to .) , TA boom IS
,lares,!_new . end commodious,. well rarnlstsed, Ass
billiard rooms, ten-oln . alleys end-covered orome . .
Aides, It Is on till bents of the , mast cherottmf,
=pow l „Mee abotsndler en
Ws, snd 114
e torsi lting rpOles:.surroezded with not.
Ober spris. romantic scenery, ite. Is the beat
I summer mart In tbe Stste. Addreiia.
S. T. ItillllslllGDY. Propeololho
FOR BALE--RSAL ESTATE. -
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TwO HOMES AND LOT ' l on Carroll Meet.
Allegheny. ,This prOperty will be, sold low , as the
party Ls about leaving the city'. and wishes to dispose ,
of Ousproperty befUre reinavinE, ,
BARNS,RAW. MILL,. TWO DWEZLINDECKTISRS, TWC
with FARM. and about 800 acres
timber land. This property will, be sold low. Cast
401,500—balance on time to snit buyer. •
• FARM 07 150 ACRES, will be sold for. twenty
doll per acre. Improvements:comfortable frame
house nd good buret 50 acres of the land clear.
F •OF VW ACRES , near the line of railroad;
very ell located for raising stock; improvements
are E . and •substantial; 100 acres of the land in
mead and grain. • •--
CIT PROFERTY. — WiIi sell a good brick house,
conta ng live rooms, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and onldrent for the amount in six years.
A AIME LOT OF OROUND, having a river
from and very convenient of &mess.
T NERI, convenient to the city, and having a
well established custom or local trade connected
the with; a good dwelling cud forty acres of land.
F UR LOTS in Sharpsourg, near the ra il road;
wold make s good coal yard:
EL FOR SALE.—That flue Hotel property.
sit *red at: the, Blairsville Junction, containing
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of beegan and fruit trees. This
well located hotel will sold low, as the proprie
tor wishes to retire from' business. .
One large Sense, for Boarding House.
(Inc new Brick House, 8 rooms.
t new Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick House of 3 rooms.
One House of 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140.
One Haase of 7 rooms and lot 150 by 150.
Two new Brick Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 rooms. • . ,
. Two new Brick Houses. 3 rooms eseh.
One new Frame l o t , Wilkinsburg, laving
six rooms and large well suited for garden:
• Itieres that can be divided Into acre lots. •
5 Lots In Oakland. • - _ • • .
tower and a isrge_ Room and Yard for rent, in a
good location. - 'll be rented for abort or long
• TOR.LBASIr. 011 sAirlf7o LOte on IfOrton street,
Ninth Werd. • _
wicazo-3,015) feet of Flagging •to 4 Mabee
• ,-. TO LOAN-450,000. • '
IN sum Or 115.00 0 AND urcrARD.
D. P. DHOWS REAL ESTATE ONE
No. 91 Grant St.,,Pittaborgh.
2 1 , 0001 000 ArEs "F
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
BY THE 2-
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
sl,oo_ TO $5,00 PER AUBE,
dad on a CREDIT or Pririt,YEAlUS.'
For farther particulars, mape, Ac., address
JOll3 P. DKVERLITX,
Land Oomndseioner, Topeka, Sanaa&
Or CHAS. B. 1.121-BOHN, Seers
St. Lotde. Missouri.
The Oil Reanery,
KNOWN AS THE
CRESCENT COAL OIL CO.'S WORKS,
Situated In BALTIMORE, MD., on the Baltimore
'and Ohio Railroad, and most conveniently located
with reference to either home or foreign trade.
These works are Yery complete in all their appoint
ments, and are capable of turning out 30,000 to
35,000 GALLONS REFINED PER They
have tankage for about 5:000 barrels of oil.
The prospect of an early completion of the Con
, nellsyille Road, renders this property especially de
-1 tastable. Address, or call on,
LAWItAISON LEVERING, Trustee.
.500 ..21A14101EUITTIN tlet
ng V acres, all under fence and cultivation ' .
The Improvements are a cottage bongs, with stable
Sind other. outbuildings; 200 bearing never- of
best selections ; watered by two ling
springs. situated* miles from the cltv. near to
McKee's Rocks and Chartlers Creek. From this
place an extensive view can bead of Manchester,
Allegheny City and the rivers. T erm s
Apply to llcL CO.,
au2l Cor. Fourth and Smithfield streets.
'FOR SALE. & TO - LET.....Roisses
and Lots for sale in all pens of the.city and so
rbs. •Also, several FARMS in good locations.
Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORY, with SO acres
of land, and, good improvements,, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
**let on good streets. • Private Dwelling Rouses for
rent in both cities. For fuWlLL lA rther part MW icti lAßD, ars inquire
laa 110 Grant street. opposite Cathedral.
. 068 T 0 RY FRAME
HOUSE FOR BALE -Four large rooms. attic
and cellar.iwed built and in good order; two lots of
ground each AO feet front by I*o deep to an alley;
baling fence in front; situate on Fountain street.
Allegheny, near Om Third Warel School and East
Own , ou. Will be sold low and on easy terms of
MinPenYt. B. CUTHBERT d scoria.
l- 1 . 1° • Ed Emithtield 'amt.
'JOHN D DAILEY & BRO.,
~ „ .
.STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
*ND AIICTIONEIMS, * :
Are prepared to MU at Auction STOOL. BONDS.
and all kinds 'of IiECURITLEB, REAL ESTATE,
SOLTSEHOLD rumrruat. t o either on the
pmises or at - the Board of Trade s.
Particular • -
Particular attention paid. as heretofore, to the
• sale of Beal Estate at private sale. , • , .
Bales Of. Beal Estate in the country attempted.
Mee. No. 115 YOUBTIi STREET. 30:sf4
$lO.OOO " °" c'
ON BOND AND . MORTGAG!. ,
wiThl Beal Estate Agent, 60 Smithfield street.
.1319 - 3.1. MILLER, •
(Late ]Wilier & I.lleketsotO
Nos. 221 AND. '228,
Corner liberty and Irwin Streets
otter to taii trade of Low TlgFeat
150 pkgs.' 'or WPM MAOREREL, In barrels.
• • ISLIVPiIt quarters and ktts.
100 °bests. auto° _YOUNG , /1113011, J.S.rAN
and IMPItIII_AI. TEAS. • • • •
' '5O sacks choice RANGOON-1110E. • •.:
,115 brds l etaoka CA.SO/.ISA,_MAQIC,
•15 bbli. LON 01taLAND byitur. • - •
.5 ,50 is . jay . ltilr, - cholc• brat*. '' ' ' ' • •
100 uts: 5. tOdUL4II•OI2S. .___• , - ~• , .
• 59, tds. BKRKURA MOLASBIra. ~ • • ,
• • 200 els. REPINED 1111051 t. ' '
~ 10 Illidi. PORTO' 8100, 000 A. tbd Dram. •
• , t i llit4 5110/4118. • ~ il 1 , 1 -, :, ~, :.
'990 a. MO COFFEE. •
I 60 i JAVA and LaGUATRA COFFEES.
-Ifilieleg°ll.4o4.llslllPo°lllli:l•°Plittag,KrirD4'/P.a! CRAW ~'".
PA 4 11 W
BOOTOII - ALI , arid LONDON Polllll* con
,' r . stantly oalsud, , , - , i • , • , i- • ..
" 01 . 400 Dorn.
1 nig do " 6 " ed "
. 4 1 •Itls.•,lhted Apples. •••
the.l Dried Peaches.
" i• 05 Wt. Sorghum !dolmas*:
• , 30 bbli. Sweet Clder. ,
..; , 60 dos. Corn Drams,
a?ld'tPT'llrldarlt. A 11,3 4111021_,_G
, Joe • . •. • • -16 Aler eviareet. oorher rust.
—s'esses leantriti`*.leagle” ' beariajalL t ,s7
ye veil; also Coadeased Beet lot listing' Lic ei
Beef 0 01 30. Ae.. tsi atone ors ot tiagess, tersalVl s.
use 114nuir timer" biellx 0 1 • irsgAW
"24 ()RN . -A.
11/CED. 'SALMON.....IOO C.ANN
just r.etrett from Boston; alio Pickled Maroon
n moon Rtb,tor eamtru cue or for eel° •rir
poORO, at the YossonyCkingn • •
Corner Liberty and Hand street*:
LIFE INSIBINCE COPINY,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WASHINGTON, D. C
Chartered by Speetal Act of Congress ,
Approved July 25, 1888. '
'Cash Capital - - $1.000,000 ,
' Branch' Office :. PHILADgLPHIA,
FIRST . NATIONAL 'BABE BI ILDTSO
Where the general business of the Compinyls trans-,
acted. and to which all general correspondence ,
should be addressed.
DIRECTO • S.
Jay Cooke. Philada.— E. A.. Rollins. Wash'n.
C. Clark, Philada -Henry D. Cooke; Wash.
F. Ratchford Starr, Phila. -Wm.,E.'Chandler,Wash.
Wm. G. Moorhead. Phila. John D. De. rees. Wash.
Geo. F. Tyler. Phila.Edward Dodge, N. 'York.
J. Hinckley Clark, Phila . . H. C. Faunestock, N. Y.
O. H. CLARK, Philadelphia, President.
HENRY D. COOKS, Washington. Vice President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman FiLanee and -Executive
R.M.EithON W..PEEI', Phila., Seel , ' and Actuary.
E. 8. TURNER. Washington. Ass% Secretary.
FRANCIS G. Shirt H„_3l.D., Medical Director,
J. EWING. M KARS. M. , A ret't Medical Director.
MEDICAL ADYIRORY BOARD.
J. 'K. - BARNES. Surgeon General U. S. A.. Wash' n.
P. d• HORWITZ, Chief Medical Department 17. S.
D. W• • LlBe, M. D. Washington.
SOLICITORS AND ATTORNEYS.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Wtohlegton, D..C.
GEORGE HARDING, Philadelphia. Pa. -
-This Company, National in its character, offers by
reason of the Larg- Capital, Low Rateirof Premium
and New Tables, the most desirable Memo of In
suring life et esented to the public, 4 ‘
-The rates of premium betnglargely re treed, are
made as favorable to the insurers as those of the
beet Mutual Compaulei, and avoid all the complica
tions and uncertainties of Notes, Dividends std the
' misunderstandlngs• which the latter are so apt to
cause the Policy-Holders.
Several new and attractive tables are now
f tkq9tbl ciagilerEiPt 88E711riqdaab.ItlNrElil P 4
- _lathe former. the policy-holder not only secures a
lifelrourance. payable at death, but will receive, if
- :living, after a period of a few years. an annual in
tom, equal in fen per cent: (10 per cent.) of ths par
of his palmy. The 1 tier the Company rtgrr es to re
tura to the assured the to'al amount of -atones he has
paid in. in aldftion to the amount of his policy.
The attention of persons contemplating insuring
their lives or increasing the -amount of insurance
they already have, Is called to the special advant
ages offered by the National Life Insurance Com
Circulars, Pamphlets and full particulars given on
application to the Branch Office of the . Company in
Fhiladeiptda, or its Geberal Agents.
Wt.OVAL AGENTS ARE WANTED in every
City and Town; and applications from competent
parties for such agencies with suitable endorsement,
should be addressed TP/ THE COMPANY'S GE NI
PEAL AGENTS ONLY, in their respective dis
F. W. CLARK .t CO., Philadelphia, -
For Penn_sylvania s nd Southern New Jersey.
JAV GOOSE ft CO.. Wahinton. D. C.,
For 'Maryland. Delaware, Virginia, District of
Columbia and West Virginia.
• IRA B. lIeVAY 4 CO.,
Agents for Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Mercer and
Managerhtr pa.rticulars address B. S. RUSSELL,
fbr 4eneral Agent, Harrisburg. F.
LIEU V ERANHLIN
Office in FnudalilSaTings Bank Buildings,
No. 43 Ohio St., Anew:ken9
A ROME 0031PANY, managed by Directors well
known to the community, who trust by fair dealins
to merit a share of your patronage.
GEO. D. RIDDLE • ...
Henri_ Irwin D. L. Patterson, Henry Ger Wig,
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz, Gottleib Fats,
Simon Drum, J. B. Smith, Jacob Rush
W. U. Stewart, Ch. P. Whiston, Joseph Craig,
Jos. Lantner, H. J. Zinkand, Jeremiah Seihen.
NATIONAL INSUItANCIp CO.,
OP THE inn OP ALUM:OY.
Mice, til i ALLEGErsari TRUST COXPANVE
FIRE norricArrau ONLY.
W. W. M.ATITIN, rrestdent.
JAB. IL STEVENSON. Secretary.
A. IL En glish 6.ll.P.Willtams
Jno. A. Myter, Jos, Lisekharl,
Jas. L. Graham , Robr. Loa,
Jno. Brown , Jr. Geo.
TVVESTERN INSURANCE CON- I
.. PANT UP PITTSBURGH.
- ALEXANDER NEKICH, President. .
WK. P. HERBERT, Secretary. - - • -
CAPTi GEORGE lif ' , MELD, General Agent__!.
,Ogice, BA Water street, Speng & Co.'s Ware.
Wise s up stalre,,Pittsburgb. . • . "
I in:nre against all kinds of Fire' and Marine
I .r A home Institution, - managed by Directors -
who are well known to the community, and who are
detennined by promptness . and liberality to min•
taro the character which they hare assumed, as of
faring the best protection to Close who deeire to bt
PlasCTollar -• , .
Alexander HimMk, ' • .Jonn R. McCune.
R. Miller, Jr., . Chu. J. Clarke, .
Junes William B.•Rrarca,
Alexander Speer, 1 Joseph Rirkparlok.
Andre w Addeo, Phllllp_lleynker,, -
Darld M. Long, Wm. Morrison,
D. Rumen. noM
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH.
0117/ICE, N 0.18134 WOOD STREET, BANK 01
Thie Is a Home Cotewiy, and insures twnlnst lost
by Fire exclusive's.
LY.ONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President. --
ROBH_RT PATRICK, Tretusurer.
HUGH ide&LHENY, Secretary.
Leonard Walter, . Oeorn_Wlison.
C. C. Boyle, Evans.
Robert Patrick, ' J. C. Lampe,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Yielner,
Josiah King, John Voegtley,
Jas. Hopkins, A. Amnion.
- Henry Sproul, • 174:
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA ,
OYnCS , 435 d 431 011118TxtrrpT., Nam era
.. , - , : ; - , , , - i:: ,-. :::Z, 1 1.i 1 3,6 1 ; . :•:•? : .=' , ';''
•:.;.p.-' - ;;': . .' , 4'.. ,-, .' - '"' ,..- "
..„ . _
OF ALLEGHENY, PA.
• _ nninCiteite.
m erles AP. Banaer, • Mordecai S. Lodi/ •
Tobias Wagner. Pavid S., Brand. , ,
811111116 Omni, ,
' Jacob • Edward 0. Dale,
'CHAMP:I37 IM.1; 'KER, President.
EDW. O. (DAIX,Viee President. ••,
W. 81111L at iar i t, Eurn ° Stuna,
North *ea CArner 1%14 and W B txtl`*
• • t -I:
A - - --
-..--.1, I.E 0 M EPiVIN S I I' 1 61. ANCE43 0 3 1 L. , '
?ANY 07 PITTSIIOBOI7.- k i'-'- s ,
077107.140. 77 EMS STILTS% BANK Bit=
7.1111111115 Italia ell kinds attire and 1111.1131 s 101 s. ,
11 ;.,, r JOUR. IHWEEL, President. •,-' • •• • :..
~. jogs - rw, igecolavVitni Iteddent. ,;i .. ~ . , :
'ill o.,DONNZlAftBPoriliiag., . Lent : i :';''-`.
L . carp. WI. Wig, elen T
~.,,. - ..,.. , Il I. ‘ iIPSISCTOASi ''
" ""I`. • ir• "
TiViD*-n. I I • ;;,. &111"111••Dgat',:1,,.
John D:Mw..om . .. . ,rtaylestoen„,,,.
Q. 0. llnseen , I t." ' • Perien•i -
Harreilotude, ; ~, ; rtni,Darisi, .- ..
T .7 unektnaors , I _. „ dis
"AIM Sellers, -
PJNY.• • • - = = • • :
(YMCA N.‘lE. 0106=2: lii4X!MirirrcESTß.,
Hems Ocanpaay, •
cmpt. e folue t hiummaft
rhn e lk un , Sawn
es P. ver.
. Parks, — ' ; Charl Artnielthi,
Capt. James mum, - Jared K. Bruin.
V&A Kirk, 14,1,141...,_,
darnel D. Verner, Samuel
• WIC i piLLIPIA President. • •
1. 1 7 /t lif i a t ioe Fresh:L y da . .
oiri. JAS GONOrtieneral Agent
BUSINESS.IdEETING DISTRICT SAENGEt .
IN THE EVENING, : at 8 o'clock,
Between the diffegetal Societies, at TUB`
HALL, on BLgth street, embracing a Lute:.
choice Quartettes, Solos, Choruses, Sc. Alai'
tures and rokPourris, be Toerge's Orchestra
German Turners haven' so I Wall volunteereaf.
assistance, and will perform their famous Tab,
Vivants, So. ifirndmlssion.
• • -
- A PROCESSION
Of the various Societies will be formed at I.
Mall, Sixth street, and march over the foil
route: Sixth street. Smithfield street , Fifth s
Market street, St. Clair' and Penn to Iron City t
where the Festival will be continued the; I
aay. The public are -cordially invited to pt
pate in the various amusements. and be mai:
that the Committee of Arrangements have
ample provision to guamntee p she belt of ordet,
a pleasant recreation for all—
AdmissiOn—tientlemen, 50c, Ladies, 25c. .
'Syecial trains of the Pellnsylvania itailroat
leave LinertY street, corner of Smithfield. i:
hour after 10 o'clock A. M. to Iron City Park.
in the eyenlzg the festivities wilt close with
GRAND' BALL AT RIME& RI
auTS: • 7 " •
tg'PROF.,. COMA - TEM ".
PHILO HALL, No. 75 Third street, will opeti
the reception or pupils September be. 1668. 4;
days and honre,-For, ladies, Masters and Bite
Wt dnesday and Saturday, at SIM o'clock P. .1
entlemen-•Tneaday • and Friday -Evenings, ••'.
o'clock. Private Mussons given when not mag i:
with classes. Circulars can be bad at the 111
Stores and at the Academy. Sir Hall to let te
lect Parties. setts
- • POWDER.
paicEs OF TIE
, VARIOUS KINDS OF GUNPOWDI
IfiStrIACTUBED BY THB ;
!LAZARD niMER CONPA
ARTHUR KIRK, Agents
Office, No. 289 Liberty Stre
Electric Nos. 1, 2;3, 4 and 5 grain, In Square
Canisters. Ilb. each s of Ilb.
American Sporting, in Oval Canister
Duck Shooting, Nos. 1,2, 3 and 4 grain, in C.
Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each ~
Indian Rid in Oval Can Canisters lb. eac.,
Kentucky Rifle, in Oval of 11b. each
Kentuckylt idle, in Oval Canisters of 3i lb. each
(26 one lb. Oval Canisters in a man. )
(60 half lb. do. do. do.)
Kentuekyßtife, 7770, 770, and "Bea t3hootP ‘.•
lug" FO, In kegs, 251bs
Kentucky. Rile, FFSG, yra, and "Bea Shoot- .4
big" 70,112 kegs, 12% lbs
Kentucky Brae, wYG, and "Bei Shoot
lag" PG. in kegs, 6}5 lbs
Deer Powder, in - kegs, '25 lbs
Xining and Shipping Powder, Mining 7, Yr,.
and Far grain net cash, in kegs, albs
Safety Fuse for Blasting, of superior quality,
In packages of 50 feet and over
Delivered free of expense on board of Boat
Railroad, in Pittsburgh or Allegheny. •
A LLEGHENIi r CO VNTY, a& ~
,•••••••ITFIE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSI
L. 8. VANIA, to thp Sheriff of said coon
.4.,er Greeting: i
If JOHN C.• DONALDSON make you secure
prosecuting his claim, then we command you as.
before that you summon, by good and lawful au
moneis, Alexander Chambers. J. C. Bryson t •
Nancy his wife, Olt riga of said Nancy, ') Eliza II
Chambers, Matthew - Chambers and Susan Clut
beps, late •of your coputy, so that they be and)
pear before our Judges at Pittsburgh, at a Court .
tommon.Pleas , there to be held the FIRST MC .
DAY. oF SEPTEMBER NEN 7 r, to show eat
wherefore, whereas they, the said John C. Dong
son, and the aforesaid A iexander Chambers. LI
Bryson and 'Nancy his wife, in right of said NAM
Ellx:s Alin Chambers,Mat thew Chambers and seal
Chinlberli, together end undivided, do hold all t 4
certain piece of:ground situate - in the Fifth ward
the City of Pittsburgh, being l Norther n in Jan
Adams part•of the plan of the Merit
which is or traarecarded in Allegheny county.)
Boolr. T, ,pliges 385 and 356,) beginning on i
snthwarelly• side of-Penn street. at the comerl
tot No. 23, in said plan; thence along Penn BM .
westwardly feet to lot N 0 .,, Al; thence soul
warily one hundred feet to Spring alley: thee .
along Spring alley ,eastwardly nit) , feet to the:
of lot No. 23; thence along the Rae of lot No. ,
northwardlynne hundred and lift, feet to the pl 1
of beginning. The 'same Alexander Chambers,
C. • Kryson't and - Nancy his wife, in right of
Nancy, Eliza Ann chambers, Matthew Chem
mid - tsasn,Chirabits; partition thereof betw
them to.be - made. (according to the laws and
'toms of this' Commonwealth.) do gainsay, and 11.
name to be none • do not permit, very unjustly ei
stgainst,the_aamelaws and customs. Oa it is sax . 1
and have you then'and there the names of the
summoners and ibis writ. 1 -
• •Witnesst The. Hon. JAIIZS P. STIRZTT,Pre
dent of our said Court, at Pittsburgh. this Stith 4
of -July, A. D. MAR. •
• (Coln_t__ • .:41ACOB H. WALTER, Proth'
kilthiliff.l. Et. OLDLEY, Sheriff. 0M:t5.1-','
Jos. Myers, -
C. C. Boyle,
TN THE MATTER OF TOE
ptiestlon of the
Guinan% Building and Loan Associatit
FOR A CHARTER OF VCORPOBATION.
N 0.1,002 in the Court of Common Pleu of AU
gheny County.. ,•
in the aboye c , te the Petitioners have applied
a Charter as a Building and Loan Association,
der the statute in such case made and provided.
unless exteptiOns be Sl d in proper time a Ch
will be granted at next term °timid Court,
B. B. c 8.
c rionsisit, 4
Solitor for Petoitioners:,
A DRILNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 4
CliLsiVirbereasyLetters of A,dmlnistratlon on ti
estate o f o wl decease;.
of-reott town livhave been granted to the mu
scribers, an persons indebted to said estate are r k .
guested to make Immediate payment, and thcs
having, claims agalnst the same will present thei
sultuleisf, , Tp.. Allegheny Co., Pa.!
lIVESTERISDISTRICT of PEN ••
Tv - SYLiVAIIIii, se.
At Pittsburgh: the 3d day of August, A. P.
Tim undiploked. gives notice of Ma apointment
as-ignee of - CEEA.µI.E.S IL. SUrElt. o r Alegb • -
Cit 7. Allegheny dotinty, and State Of Peansyl •
trith rapt. in flisttlet. has been adirdstd a ban
UPIMAtile QW4 Detttiou by tbeli tnet Court
- district: - J. B. FL. WK. ArfiLbee.
- 2 anf•:NT : Attorney.at-Law. 133 Diamond street.
MANHOOD: HOW.LOST I HO
Jaw titESITCOUCD t Just vuZ'U'
Virirvies, sta - eLstf LEOTIIBIC ON •
EAL"MATMENT, sad Stara
orfielainal Weakness, Inv&
roliTWMl6tuti•DeldEty and Impedtmeau to
Milt MitiOsifijiNervonsoess, Consumption, ir
lery and.rito eats' and Plueleal Inespaeliv,
Imitialfrom f Abuse, &e,_, an Bolg. ; 1,. Oulv..
Men: X: Doothor of tne "Wean Il4:_o!ai.r..
, BOONTO °VIANDS OT SUFFSNA w,',-
• under sear, in g plain envelope, to any address.
• on Itosipt of six eeats, or two ROillln et=
1.. :].12 C. KLINE it Co., gm 7 BO_
MMus. % POMO/110Z BOE 4586. Also
• verwell's `Marriage Outdo." orieo IN/ cents.
-, loyfrodwl. __
ivArif Hoon.”—Another,we _ -
. MEDICAL PAMPHLET. trzigiltsl:: 0
Ds. , oIeTIS. The Msdiedi Times 11%oz .
oTida . valuable treatise on the osu_ . a:?_uu re
premature decline, shows how and do t, w _
thremab secret abuses of youth i , ..as•!iy2_ . ___,F,
eastiluarezathed- It Eivea b s e cL a elf m 'a e rr a ir";
the Rape ents to marriage. s r
of nervous debility. end the rewmedree thereforo.
twehet edition or she atto_v.e. liii .. _ ..1_ ... 0 warded
reeelps of Silli cenU Charle saoarrer Baa-ar,l.e.u'd
TIP, 2/ O. 315 North i!