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NEIV BRIGIPPON, PA.
.llunual Conference efthe Methodist Church.
(Correspondence of the Flttsburnh Gazette.]
NEW Bittawrox, Pa., Sept. 4, 1868.
Conference opened with religions ,ser
vicees, conducted by Rev. John Gregory.
Rev. A. f
Hutton at his own request, was
voted a testimonial of his good standing.
Rev. G. G. - - Vcrestfall was released from the
office of Treasurer of the Conference Mis.
sidnary Society, and Rev. Jesse H. Hail
, sleeted in his stead.
At this stake of the.meeting the name of
Bev, 'Valentine Lucas, deceased, was called,
ancrDrs. Brown, Reeves, Laishley, Collier,
and Scott paid touching and tender tributes
to his character. The Conference was deep
ly affected.. Brother Luca's' was a worthy
member •of the Conference, and a useful
minister of the Gospel. He leaves two
brothers in he active , )ministryand mem
, bars of this nferenc .
z• Dr. Collie was reqti ted to prepare his
',sermon, del voted before the Conference, on
the Divini of ChrlEit, and publish it in
permanent form tor distribution among
the people,. it is, a subject of great im
portance at hiti time, and the sermon was
'an •able defense, composed of unanswerable
In the evening a missionary sermon was
preached by Rev. C. Jones,- Text Luke 4.
43; "And he said unto them, - I must
preach the Kingdom of God to other cities
also for therefore am I sent:" - He,,,said our
very existence as a ,Church. depends upon
largely upon our missionary operations.
Our growth dependsllooll it, and growth is
the condition of life.
He urged the propriety and importance
of, Home Missions from the conduct of the
Saviour whose personal work was entirely
home work, confining himself to his own
lands. He claimed that our own country.
affords` greater opportntdties for home mis
sion work thannny other, because of our
liberal Government, and the absence of
The tide of immigration from the
Old Country, bringing so .many skep
tics and erriligionspersons td our country,
'unless we can. Christianize them they will
demoralize ns and overthrow our churches,
destroy bur Sabbath laws, and-other laws
bearinit upon the subjects of morals and
. selecting locations for home mission
,work we should give pieference to the
titles and towns because they are centres
,of influence, intelligence and wealth, as
well as of moral corruption.
Ilsvr, BRIGHTON, SATURDAY, Sept. 5, '68. ,
Conference opened at half-past eight
o'Clock. Religious services conducted by.
Rev. T. B. Graham.
Roll called and miutes of yesterday were
read and approved.
ate Methodist Church at Hammr
1 . .. e ~ etho , . arc . a : ammersville,
Ali et h i ;,,v county, asked to be admitted
i n t o - co n feience, and was received by a
unanimous vote . Tie delegate was present
and took his seas a a member of Confer-
The Committee on ItineraWy and Orders
reported, recommending stNeral brethren,
for ministerial orders and work.
The Committee on Adrian College report
fed. The College is in first rate condition,
in every respect. Location excellent; com
munity intelligent. Many of last years'
students were converted to God while at
College. This is evidence that the training
••at Adrian College is not only intellectual,
:but religious. It is all that the Church
The Faculty is composed of a corps of
competent and popular instructors. Both
sexes are admitted.
The Committee on Boundaries reported
a few changes were made in the boundaries
-of circuits and missions.
Adjourned with prayer by Dr. REigan.
Affairs in Greece.
Accounts from Greece just received at
Washington speak of the joy of the people.
in consequence of the birth of an heir to
the Greek throne, such an event not having
-before happened- for the last four centuries.
The child of Queen Olga of Greece received
-on the day - of his birth, August 2d, the
names of Constantine Henry'Demosthenes.
The bells were rung and cannon fired. The
vast square before the royal palace was
densely filled with an enthutiastic populace,
.and shouts of "Long live Constantine,"
- were frequently uttered. The-:King ap
peared on the balcony with the Grand
.Ducheas Alexandria of Russia, mother to
- the Queen her two sons, Grand Dukes
Ales andßicholas, and all thel officers of
the court and highest officials of. State.
_Athens for some days was the scene of
-great rejoicing. The same letters from
Grecian sources - say that theiVreta,n insur
rection is flourishing; 'that the Turks are
nearly worn out and , discouraged, and it
will be with great difficulty if they can con
linue'the contest, while the Christians are
_flushed with success and infuriated by the
-..recent massacres to - desperate deeds and en
- terprise. Thlbugh the intervention, for the,
:`greater part, of Generni Ignatieff, the Porte
has been- obliged _to -41h1131iSEP Porta Pasba,_
-commanding in Candia, and other officials
Anether. of those melancholy accidents re
suiting from; the, carelessness of handling
- firearms, occurred in 'Camden, N. J., late on
Tuesday,afterrioon. A eon of Capt„ Hann,
aged-fourteen years, went outto shoot reed
birds, in cotnpany some. other. boys,,
. along- the marshes in front of the city.
While watching for stock he stood leaning
-lon his gun, which was already cocked,
pressine his foot against the guard to the
'trigger. He was cautioned by several gen
ttlemen of the danger of such carelessness,
but he paid- no heed to the warning; and
while he was thus being expostulated with,
the gun was'. discharged, the - whole contents
lodging in the region of the abdomen, in-
Ilicting a horrible and ghastly wound: He
was conveyed to his home, where medical
assistance was immediately summoned,.but
he died in -a short time afterwards. This is
another sad warning to boys against' caret
lesslyhandling fireatnis; for'' the ,perfect
zecklessness with. which they , • are used
irnakee it a Wonder that more serious Reel
•dents do not oftener occur: for the.
sake of your own safety, take warning by
this ill-fated lad.
Air :inhabitant- of Berlin ; rately, during
the great heat, experimented on the Imbibing
of hens' eggs in sand. On the 22d of:Atly
"he Placed six ins cigar . box filled wlth'Ahat
materitkand"exrioseirthe case to the sun
on that and.the following days. The first
4 hiSk bßohethe:shell on the iftlt orAiigust,
the second on the 10th, the third and; fourth
on the 11th, and the other two on the fol:
lowing day. They are all going on 'well,
being fed on boiled eggs cut up small
Inbred with millet .._ The average Pefi‘it;
Chiekefis is titenty!one (lays; in,
the present case the first was produced la:
- - • - 1.1• ,
,rwa . yipma t ar t , has re
cently heen• i -ittirted, l -admirable tick :which
the author Attempts to thow that iha earth
hai been formed of., gaseous matter, which
irfthei firitinitantei issuing -from the -atm;
•subsequintly passed from the gaseous to the
:ligid4alittaifand is ad* Paging intd an en- -
tirely solid form; that the earth and all the,
,otherplanets otthe solar system are gradtt,
ally appitoacliink the. istm, into which they
zwUl ultimatoy, fall altd be absorbed.
To Ladies and Gentlemen=AllAbo3 Kiss.
-I.— ot g..80w. itilienigiang_-Mow - it - gliaaiNld
The weather is hot—too hot, we think,
even for love making and kissing. Yet, we
suppose, young people care not for the con
dition of the weather or the range of the
mercury when they "set.their heads on't "
to love and be loved by each other. A lady
furnishes one of our exchanges a full his
tory of kissing- 4 ' how to do it, and how
not to do it," which we republish " for the
benefit of all concerned."
"People will kiss, yet not one in a hun
dred know how to extract bliss frtini lovely
lips, no more than they- know how
to make diamonds out of charcoal,
and yet is is easy at least for us.
"This little item is not alone for young
beginners, but for the many who get at it
like hunting coon or shelling corn. First
know when you are to kiss. Don't make a
mistalfe, although mistakes may be good.
Don't jump up like a trout for a fly, and
smack a woman on the neck, oron the ear,
or on the corner,of the forehead, on the end
of the nose, or slop over her waterfall, or
bonnet ribbon, in haste to get through. The
gentleman should be a little - the tallest.:
He should have a clean face, a kind eye,
and a month full of expression instead of
tobacco. Don't kiss every thing, including
nasty little dogs male and female. Don't
sit down to it, stand up. Need not be anx
ons to get in a crowd.
"Two persons are a plenty to corner and
catch a kiss.' More persons spoil the sport.
It won't hurt an3r after you are used to it.
Take the lefthand of the lady in iour right
hand. Let yeur-hat go to—any place out of
the way 1, 'Throw the le ft hand gently over
the shotilder'of the -lady, and let the hand
fall down on the right side toward the left.
Don't be in a hurry. Draw her gently to
yotir loving heart. Her hand will fall
lightly on your shoulder, and a handsome
shoulder-strap ,it makes ! Don't be in a
hurry. Send alittle life down your left arm
and let it know its business. Her left hand
is 1.11 your right, let they be, no expression
to that---not like the grip of a vice; but a
gentle clasp full of electricity,
thought and- - respect. Don't - be. in
a hurry. Her I head lies care
lessly on your shoulder; yon are nearly
heart to heart!- look down into her half
closed eyes! Gently yet mahly press her
to your bosom. Stand firm, and Providence
will give you strength for the ordeal. Be
brave, but don't be , in a hurry: Her lips
almost open! lean lightly forward with
your head, tot the body. Take good aim.
The lips mett---the eyes close—the heart
opens--the soul rides the storms, troubles
and sorrows of life, (don't be in a hurry!)
heaven opens before you, the world shoots
from under your feet as a meteor flashes
across the evening sky; (don't be afraid!)
the nerves dance before the first created altar
of loye as a zephyr dances with the dew
trimmed flowers—the heart forgets its bit
terness—and the art of kissing is learned!
"No noise, no fuss, no fluttering and
squirming,.. like a hooh-impaled worm.
Kissing don't hurt : and it don't require a
stamp to make it legal. Don't job down on
a beautiful month as if spearing for frogs !
Do not muss the hair, scratch down her col
lar, bite her cheek, squizzle ber rich rib
bons and leave her mussed, rumpled and
flummixed ! Don't grab and yank the lady
as if she was a struggling colt ! Do not flavor
your kisses with onions, tobacco, gin cock
tails, lager-beer, brandy, &c., for a mud
dling kiss is worse than the itch to a deli
cate sensible woman.
"There, now, is your receipt for it."
ON MONDAY evening, as the eight o'clock
train on the Niagara Falls branch of the
New York Central Railroad was nearing
the bridge over the Scajaquada Creek, near
Pratt's rolling mills, Black Rock, the en
gineer noticed a man with a dinner pail in
his hand crossing the bridge. He was ob
served tolthrow up both his hands, and then
to disappear. The train, it is said, was
stopped as soon as possible, and search
made, but no trace of the stranger could be
found. Subsequently it appeared that the
man was an employe at the Pratt works,
and was on his way home when the affair
occurred. It is supposed he jumped
through the bridge to avoid being struck
by the engine. He lay in a helpless condi
tion for some time,. but at last managed to
make his way home, at no great • distance'
from the spot. His injuries, thoughlevere,
are not of a dangerous character.
Meerrrurar JAMES I . :beams, the recently
deceased "Jacob. Cranium" of the London
Times, was six feet seven inches in height.
Host Parisians know by sight tbe "giant"
who, at least twice a year, walked about the
Champs Elysees. Not many years ago he
went to see the hunting at Compeigne, and
a French gentleman offered to buy , son
dormant petit eob, which was a horse seven
teen hinds high, but which' looked like a
pony under the crushing weight of the giant
Nihom the then Colonel Of the Life Guards
refused to'receive as a cornet, saying simply
that "it would be cruelty to chargers."
But the best anecdote of him, was his going
to see a French giant; *He was the first of
-the audience who arrived. Presently a
family came in. "I am swindled," said the
tattier who had paid; "why, I saw him this
Morning in the Champs Elysees l"
Huia,, in Plymouth county, Mass. nine I
miles southeast of Boston, it is stated, was
known before the latiding of the Pilgrim
'Fathers' at Pl3rinnutli Bock. It was:visited
by Capt. Smith, of Virginia, when on an
exploring tour, and was by him called Nan
tasko. He landed there to trade with th e
natives in.1714,' and was accompanied e
eight men. - There were thirty-threouses in
Hull at the time of building the first house
in - -Boston: It was then, 'and for the first
time, the chief port of entry for. Massa
chusetts. The present population is about
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No tidons HANKERING FOR TOBACCO AFTER USING
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• Heald, Esq„ Bangor, Me.l
• . BANGOR, Me., April 24. mom
I hereby certify that I have used tobacco for thir
twot, and fo month . ast fifteen yea att e mpts
used pounds per I have made
to leave off at different "times. I have left off one
year at a time, but always continued to hanker fur
• it untlil used Orton•s Pre within. which has com
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W. P. HEALD.
Mom E. W. Adkins, Knoxville. Tenn.]
KNOIVILLE, Tenn., August 5, MT.
This is to eel.' ify that .I had need tobacco to such
an extent that my ht anti had become greatly im
paired, and my whole system deranged and broken
down. In June.lBs7, I purciiased - one box of Or
ton's PreParatlon, and after using It I found that I
was completely cured. 1 have not had !slay hanker
ing or desire for tobatco since using the preparation.
I believe it to be all that it Is recommepded, and
would advise all who wish to quit the use of tobacco
to trr one box of Orton's Preparation.
E. W. ADKINB.
[From John Morrill, Bangor, Me. I
BANoon, Me., March 24, 1868.
This is to certify that I have used tobacco for
eighteen years; have tried many times to leave °IL
but have sufiered so much from a dizziness in my
head, and gnawing at my stomach, that I have soon
given up the trial. A short time since a friend in
dnc.ed me to try Orton's Preparation (sold by you.)
I have done so. and am completely cured. I did not
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chew, after .I began to use the Preiphsration.
Price of ORTON'S PREPARATION Two Dollars
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paid, on receipt of price. Money sent by mail at
our risk. Address,
C. COTTON, Proprietor,
Box 1.748. Portland, Maine.
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after b , -
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PA09.1 . 90:—A full meek an hand at all
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tfells aad 98 St. Olaf; street. •
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loaf poen& or raw aßa Pat , aD in, east , one pound
osperboxee,:_with recipes ,lor coo k ing , in a Toilet!,
orioles. price 88 centa ner - Vor Bale.
wholeeele and nita
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retell In g o a t: ° SiVr. t'feet 'eritle ! Al._t_bepll t olotb
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.' I : 700 . lIIILES
TN7O H OUSES AND LO'r on Can oil street, . , ..
Allegheny.. Thls pgoperty wilt be sold low as the • ' - OF VIZ
party is about leaving the city, and wishes to'dispose .
of thewoPerty before removing.. . . , .
SAW - MILL, Two DWELLDIG HOUSES, T'WC .
BARNS, with good -FARM, and about 800 acre,
Umber,land. This proper* will be sold low. Cast
es; Bab —balance on time to suit buyer:
- FARM OF 1510 'ACRES,.wiII be sold for twenty
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frame UNION PACIFIC ZAILIIOAD
house and good barn; 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of railroad;
very well located •for raising stock; Improvements
are good and substantial; 100 acres of the land in
meadow and grain. - ,
. CITY PROPERTY.- ill sell a good brick house,
containing fi ve rooms, a Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and would - rent for the a cunt in six years.
A LARGE LOT OF ROUND, having a river
front and very convent tof access,
. TANNEIti , convenie t to the city, and having a
well established onto or local trade connected
therewith; a good dwell ng s.nd forty acres of land.
FOUR LOTk o l o n d Sher sburg, near the railroad;
would make a coal yard.
HOTEL FO SALE. - That fi ne Hotel property,
situated at the Blairs Hie Junction, containing
fourteen rooms and e- necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of g rden and fruit trees. This
well located hotel wiR be sold low, as the proprle •
tor wither, to retire business.
One large Heise, fo Boarding House.
One new Brick House, 8 rooms.
One new Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick House of 3 rooms.
One House of 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140.
One House cf 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 each.
One new Frame House in' Wilkinsburg, having
six rooms and large lot, well suited for garden.
7 acres that can be divided into acre lots.
5 Lots in Oakland.
Power and a lei's. e Room and Yard for rent, In a
good location. Will be rented for short or long
- FOR LEASE OR SALE-3 Lots on Morton street,
Ninth Ward, . - . .
WANTED-3,000 feet of Fagging 3 to 4 inches
IR HMO oa $5,000 AND UPWARD.
fl ft; HATCH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburgh.
2,000,000 ACRES OF
Gum LANDS FOR SALE,
union Pacific .Rai troad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, aff
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS.
For thriller particulars, maps, la., address
JOHN P. DEVEBEUX,
Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kansas.
Or CHAS. B. LAMBOItN, Hee'F,
anl4: St. Louis. Idissonst.
FOR SALE. -
The Oil Refinery,
li'SloliVN AS THE
CRESCENT COAL OIL CO.'S WORKS,
Situated in BALTIMORE, MD., on the Baltimore
and Olno Railroad, and most conveniently located
with reference to either home or foreign trade. -
These works are very complete in all theirappoint
ments, and are ckpable of turning out 30,000 to
33,000 GALLONS REFINED PER WEEK. They
have tankage for about 8,000 barrels of 011.
The prospect of an early 'completion of the Con
nellsyllle Road, renders this property especially de
sirable. Address, or.call on,
LAWHASON LEVERING, Trustee.
59 GAY STREET, BALTIMORE
550 7 11 rilfltitE A
.0...4,01rEcp n -
thing U acres, Al under fence and cultivation.
The improvements are a cottage house, with stable
and other outbuildings; 200ebearing fruit trees, of
best selections ; watered by two never-falling
;LIM% OCT: Vtit iea
Chartists from C
=h e ! t 'i
From. 1: this
place an extensive view can be had of Manchester,
Allegheny City and the rivers. Terms essr.
Apply to . B. MeLAIN it CO.,
anti .. Cor. Fourth and Smithfield streets.
FOR SALE Si TO LET.--Houses
and Lots for sale In all parts of the city and so
bs. Also, several FARMS In good locations.
Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORY, with $lO acres
of land, and good Improvements, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let on good streets. Peyote Dwelling Houses for
rent in both cities. For further particulars inquire
WILLIAM WARD, _
Sall 110 Grant street, opposite Cathedral.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
115. FOURTH ST. 115.
JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO.,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Are prepared to sell at action STOCKS, BONDS,
and all kinds of SECURITIES, BEAL ESTATE,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURX. ate., either on the
premises or at the Board of Trade Rooms.
Particular attention paid. as heretofore, to the
We of Rdal Rstate stiprivate We.
_Bales Oclieal Estate in the country_attended.
o. 116 FOURTH STREET. Jr3:361
ON BOND AM) wyng4qp,
GEO. lc prAwrit.
inrill Beal Estate Agent, 60 Smithfield street.
D oLLAn s AVLNGS BANK,
No. 65 Fourth Street
C i .n...A.11,1'.P.RE1) IN 1555. •
ASSETS $2,181,7210 19.
Open daily from 9 to 2 o'clock,' also on WEDNES
DAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, from May ls
to November let, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from No-
vember Ist to May Ist, from 8 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums of not less than ONE
'DOLLAR, and a dividend of the profits declared
twice a year, In June and December. Interest has
been declared semi-annually In June and December
since the Bank was organized, at the rate of six per
cent. a year. • -
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit
of the depositor as principal, and bears the same in
terest from the Ist days of June and December, com
pounding twice a year without troubling the depos-:
itort to call, or even to present his pus book. AV
this rate money'will double in less than twelve years.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
John G. Backofen
James B.D.' Bleeds;
Win. J. Anderson. ,
Calvin Adams, V
Alonzo A. Carrier,
Charles A. Colton,
John . ,
Jehn, J . QBleepie,
William S. Haven,
Peter U.. Hunker,. .„
James D. Kelly,
MOCIWITiar I SAMOS nANK,
1'0.14 OmithAeld Sti,eet,
1151TititIC8T , ] ' AID rtZPOSTTS. LIFT 1113111
usciarvTD lolo / 4 94EDOLIARIIPWARD. De.
pealtirfteked 1 14biaall co cheek, /Uteri/IL
:Sint/ BLACIEVOIIg. TrSiddent.
GEO..D. TlNDLitileeretarr and Treasurer.
JAMMB HOP S;• 0044ter.
_ , .
Poses Blackaroys, • . , James H. rropkins,
mixmix, T. 11 1 ,1. 111,4 . Jarcen•Bowe, .
. , , W. ,W. Bradshaw ,
1.. Cli 'Cob am Robert Wray,
• ' ' iebri ans.
Are now finished and in operation. 1,00 miles of
track have been gild this spring, and tbe work along
the whole line between the Atlantic and Pacific
States is being pushed forward more ranldir than
ever before. Dlore than twenty thousand men are
employed, and it is not impossible that the entire
track, from Omaha LO BaCrIIMCIILO, will be flnishe4l
in 1869 instead, of 1810. The means provided are
ample, and all that energy, men and money can do
to secure the completion of this
GREAT NATIONAL WORK,
The lINIO PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
I.—A GOVIIItIiMENT GRANT of the right of way, :
and all nacessary timber and other materlala
found alohg the line of Its operations
lI.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of 12,800 acres
of land to the mile, taken In alternate sections
on each side of its road. This is an absolute do
nation, and will be a source of large revenue in
GOVERNMENT GRANT of United States
Thirty-year Bonds, amounting to from XlO,OOO
to $48,000 per mile, according to the difficul
ties to be surmounted on the various sections to
be built. The Government takes a second molt._
gage as security, and it is expected that not only
the interest. but the principal amount maj be
paid in services rendered by the Company in
transporting troops, mails. &c. The Interest is
now much more than paid this way, besides
securing a great saving in time and money to the
IV.—A GOVERNMENT, GRANT of the right to
issue its own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, to
aid in building the road, to the same amount as
the 11. S. Bonds., issued for the same purpose,
and no mom. The Government permits the
Trustees for the Flist Mortgage Bondholders to
deliver the Bonds to the Company only as the
road is completed, and after it has been examin
ed by United States Commissioners and pro
nounced to be in all respects a first-class Rail
road, laid with a heavy T rail, and completely
supplied with depots, stations, turnouts, ear
shops, locomotives, cars, &c.
V.—A CAPITAL STOCK SUBSCRIPTION from
the stockholders, of which OVER EIGHT MIL
LION DOLLARS have Peen paid in upon the
work already done, and which will be Increased
as the wants of the Company require.
VI.—NET CASH EARNINGS on its Way Business,
that already amount to MORE THAN THE IN
TEREST on the First Mortgage Bonds. These
earnings are no indication of the vast through
traffic that must follow the opening of the line
to the Pacific, but they certainly prove that
FIRST MORTCACE BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly three times
their amount, ARE SECURE BEYOND ANY
The Union Pacific Bonds run thirty years, are for
$l,OOO each, and have coupons attached. They
bear annual interest, payable on the' first days or
Jan dary and July, at the Company's Office. in the
City of New York, at the rate of elm per cent. in
gold. The Principal is payable in gold at maturity.
The price is 102, and at the present rate of gold,
they pay a liberal income on their cost.
The Company believe that these Bonds, at the
present rate, are the cheapest in the market, and
'reserve the right to advance the price at any time.
Snbscriptions will be received in Pittsburgh by
JAMES T. BRADY &. Co., corner of Wood
and Fourth Streets;
HART, CAUGHET & Co., corner of Woad
and Third Streets;
S. McCLEAN & CO., 75 Fourth Street;
PH. R. HERTZ. corner sth and Wood Ste.;
ROBINSON BROS., 78 Fourth street;
At the Company's Office, No. 20 Nassau
Street, SAM oy
JOHN J. CISCO & SON, Bankers, No. 59
Wall Street, and by the Company's advertised
agents throughout the United States.
Remittances should be made in drafts or other
funds par In New York, and the Bonds will be sent
free of charge by return express. Parties sub
scribing through local agent!, will look to them for
their safe delivery.
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOR 1868 has just
been published by the Company, giving fhller in
formation than is possible in an advertisement, re
specting the Progreserof the Work, the' Resources
of the Country traversed by the Road. the Means
[or Construction, and the Value of the Bonds. which
will be sent free on application at the Company's
°aces, or to any of the advertised agents.
PRICES OF WILE
VARIOUS RINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
MANITFACTIIRED EY THE •
ITAZARD 19171E11 VAMP.
Office, ,No. 289 l i iberty Street,
Electric Nos. 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 grain, in Square
Canisters, I lb. each
American Sporting, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb.
Dusk Shooting,l Nos. I, 2, 3 and 4 grain, in
Oval Canisters or 1 lb. each
Indian Ride, In Oval Canisters Of 1 lb. each....
Kentucky RilleOn Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each
Kentuckyß idle„ in Oval Canisters of 3i lb. each
• (25 one lb. Oval Canisters Ina case.)
(60 half lb. do. do. do.)
KEG - powineit.
Kentucky Bile; 117 G. 170, and VGe& abOOt.
inG" vu, in kegs, ZS 1.114
Kentucky 'am 17G, and .`flea Shoot-
Kt i rncu . ctillifi l e L , e l•tra, 1 11% and • 'Sea Shoot
leg" 10. in kegs,' ei( Ind ' -
Deer Powder, in kegs, n lb" • ••••
Mining and Kbloplnt Powder ie hilnlni v, yr,
sipsel l y li gse gi rbA3 1: tin g l , l of superior quality,
la packagea of la feet and over
Delivered free of exiiense on board of Boat or
Railroad, in Pittsburgh or Allegheny. ,
A.'ld; Pollock, M. D.
John H. Shoenberter,
Alexander Speer, I
Robert O. Loom le,
Hearn J. Lynch,
• Peter A. Madeira,
'John Marshall, •
Walter P. Marshall,'
. Johil B. MeFadden,:
Wm." - EE. Schmertz, -
'Mime bittl yma er,
SWIM SOUSE r
ATLANTIC -cm, N. J.
This that class "Hotel*M open ler the moot oa
Tettus t ,ta.so liteirOlg o optlr week.
Address ss...TLIOn prletor. •
(Formerly of. Congress Hall, Cape Island, and l ie"
tropolltan Botel47WashleAton. D. O.) ,
N. 8..-The musk s selH :Ds under the:4l4oam' o
Mr. CIA.EL BENTZ, . e22:110
it &LiEW fiIUDIMEK RESORT. t
Lag/Mt% Siazielicirit Pa.,
toil l tettne of Jamestown & Franklin &inroad,'
one' hoarss ride 'from "Franklin.) This house Ii
large. new and commodious, well furnished, has
billiard rooms, ten-pin alleys and covered prome
nades.. ICU on the banks of the meet charming
Fairy Lake in America - abounding in Ash, and ad.
tetriOle for testlll4. Purposes, surrounded with Sub
pbur 'twinge, romantic' aoenery,_&e. It la the best
summer resort in the State. Address.
. T. lILEXPINIDY. proprietor.
At the earliest possible day, will bd done
AND IN NEW YOBS
JOHN J. CLSCO, Treasurer,
ARTHUR KIRK, Agent,
.TWELVE , NIOHTI ONLY,
Commenting September 7th, 1868.
RETURN OF THE FAVORITE.
LOGRENIA, the Great Conjuror,
With his marvelous troupe of
Learned Birds; Performing White Mice
and Bassian Cat.
ONE RI:FN'DRED PRESENTS!
Will be given away •very night, with the gamelih-
eraiii y and Impartiality that have characterized his
Maine', SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Sept, 1.11,h.
Admission 25 cents.
}reserved seats 50
Family Tickets, admittin g six persona-$l.lO
Adults 23 "
437•D00rs open at 7 o'ciock; commence at IS
CHAS. P. SHERMAN, Manager.
CHAS. T. SLOCUM, Agent.
FASHIONABLE DANCING ,A.CADEFLY, •
No. 75 THIRD STREET, is now open for the re
ception of pittills. Class days and hours—For La
dies, Mastem and Misses. Wednesday and Saturday,
at 21X o , Ook. P. E. For Gentlemen—Tuesday and
Friday Evenings, at S o'cioik. Private lessons'
given. Circulars can be had at the Music Stores
and at the Academy.
SW-Hall to let to Select Parties.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c
PITTSBURGH IMPORTING HOUSE.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
No. 409 Penn Street, Pittsburgh,
Would direct the attention of the public to the fact
that, po dessing anpetsor facilities through several
large Wine and Liquor Houses In Europe, and
making their importations direct, they are enabled
to offer the various grades of choice WINES AND
LIQUORS at prices less than Eastern rates. Ex
aminations of qualities and comparison of prices
A. choice assortment of pare OLD BYE WHIS
KEY constantly on hand
pIIRE• NATIVE WINES.
ISABELLA AND CATAWBA;
Of our own growing. Also, the best brands of
CHAMPAGNE, , CLARET, SHERRY. and POET
WINE& "Yine•Growers , Company" of BRAN
DY, pint Basks, just the thing for travelers.
N. B.—Particular attention paid to supplyingfamilies. • A. BIA.MAIII,
jrZ3:t67 No. 4 Virgin alley, Pittsburgh.
JOSEPH S. FINCH & CO., -
N 09 . -185, 187, 189, 191,195 and 185,
FIRST STREET, PITTSBURGH, '
MANUFACTURERS Or •
Copper Distilled Pare Dye Whiskey.
Also, dealers In FOREIGN WLNES and LIQUORS.
HOPS, &c. inh2S.nSa
(Late Miller & Rieketsono
• Nos. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin-Streets,
Offer to the trade at Low Flgurest
150 pkgs. of NEW MACKEREL, In barrels,
halves, quarters and kite. •
100 chests choice YOUNG HYSON, JAPAN
and IMPERIAL TEAS.
50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
25 bbls. choice CAROLINA RICE. '
75 bbls. LONG ISLAND SYRUP.
50 bbls. SYRUP, choice brands.
100 bbls. N. O. MOLASSES.
50 bbla. BERMUDA MOLASSES. •
200 bbls. REFINED SUGAR.
75 hhds. PORTO RICO, CUBA and DENA
Mao bags RIO COFFEE.
- 50 bags JAVA and LAGDAYRA COFFEES.
100 caaesIMPOIXED CLARET.
250 cases MOP CRANDON'S CHAM
PAGNE W . ES.
SCOTCH ALE and LONDON PORTER con
stantly on hand.
400 bus Prime Yellow Ear Corn.
• 300 bus do do Shelled do.
50 bus Prime Barley. ,
3,000 lbs. Dried Apples.
500 lbs. Dried Peaches.
25 bbls. Sorghum Molasses.
10 bbls. Sweet Cider. _ • .
50 dos. Corn Brooms,
In store and for sale by
FETEER & ARMSTRONG
le4 , ' 16 Market street, corner. First.
§PICED SALMON.--100 : CANS
Just received from Roston; also Pickled Salmon
email Rita for ttsmilv use ~or, for smile by tha
pound, at the Famlly Grocery Store of 2
JOHN A. RENSHAW,
Corner Liberty and Hand streets.
PORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK.
—5 cases genuine '"Eagle" brand just ro
c red; also. Comtensed Heel for making Beel Tea.
Beef Cour,. &c., in stone jars or tablets, for sale at
the Family Grocery More of
au2.4 ' JOHN A.-RENSHAW.
. CIDER FINEGAR.--For
pickling or table use. for sale bY the barrel or
also Imperial Wine Thera; :by the eask
or gallon, by JOHN h e e ra.
apgs . Corner Liberty and Hand streets.
14A1Vill BO LOST 110 w
REST° Just pulStEthad tnseated
tyke, tie cents. A LECTURE ON Tale
NATURAL TREATMENT. and Radical Cunoet
tipermatorrlicea, or Seminal Weakness, involuntary
Emissions, Sexual Debility and Impedlme nts to Mar
riage generally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi
lepsy. and Fits; Mental tind Physical Incapacltr, re
sulUng from Self Abuse, &c., by Robt. J. Culver-
Tel M. D., author of the "Green Book," &e. "A.
BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS," sent
under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post
patd, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps.
to CHAS. J. C. KLINE & Co. 127 BOWERY,
NEW YORK, POSTOFFICE BOX 4580. Also Dr.
Cuive ii rwell:u &vrT es "Marriage Guide," Drive, 25 cents.
IM A N H 00 D.”—Another New
MEDICAL PAMPHLET, from the perf of
DIttINTIB. The Medical Times says of thls work:
'This valuable treatise on the cause and 'cure of
premature recline, shows how health is impaired
through secret abuses of youth' and manhood, and
how easily regained. It gives 'a clear synopsis of
the Impediments to marriage, the cause and effects
of nervous debility, and the remedies therefor. , A.
Docket edition of' the above will be so' warded on
receipt of 515 clilitaa by addressing_ Doctor CUR
TIN, No, 58 North Charles iStreet, Baltimore, Md.
DITTSBUAGR PAPER IIIAIII
7 MOTU/LING COMPANY. Hsaufecturers of
PRINTING AND'WRAPPINS PAPERS.
CLINTON IfILLH3TRITBENNILLE. ORIN
BRIGHTON MILL—NEW BRIGHTON. Pa.
OPIUM AND WASEHOIISE,
N 0.82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
JNO.II. LIVINGSTON. Treasurer.
BAXIIEL RIDDLE. SeereturY.
Dmecumte—Auirret Halije, Jolla 'Atwell. & H
Hartinsus, Jobn Pa v e7lu. • • -
Bast tudd for Stock. , JarAose
OIUCAN BIMUID TABLES,
AND 001113INATION comults.
ndlsintably the best ln Awe. NEW 'WROTE.
KENT Patented Nov. 510th, 11367, , and April
ssgss, g as. E r erything.relating to blidards or the ,
best eualltrand lowest prices always on band.
0u 54-pr - N E
051 .r. NW GU W N TRI e NNAE, Patented May sth.
.ce great success. •
1.110 'rated price lisu sent on application. Address
PEIELLTI & COLLENDIEL
63, 65, 07 and 69 CROSBY fkr.. New York City
jyeasurwit • ,