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WBE. DEAD. COLONEL .IN BLUE.
• BY Ely. G.Ea. p. 11/111:4&
(hit whet the mirky nlgbt
-Closed o`er the wantne egbt.
,rust two we rouse bun; about him the blest ".•
_ = Pale the dim lanterns beam; '
Still th • re the crimson 'freest
Told how he fell; ah! the brave heart and true(
?old the coat min.! him
Hero wh -re we found hint: -
Tarn the so i over and bid bins adieu•
Lift no brief prayer to God, •
Where the torn eo!inin trod:
This is • ilod's ecru" for brave hearts mid true.
• Blood-stained and tattered? • •
Ah: nothing It ma)tered
Whin through rhe shut streamed ,the battle-Hoe
• • Honored - in story,
Leave It abunt him, the brave heart and true.
• . — Bed? Yes, the bayonet
Stnetris there its pathway yet:
White? MI, the paltd brow, wrspeed the blue
Yet th-se his, country's sign.
Well may the, hums combine,
When sleeps In glory the tn ate .boart and true.
• rold•ibt Coat round him,
Just where ye found him:
Drop tbotear, comrades, and bid him adieu;
Dare be WA name and fame,
be the high acclaim,
When sounds the roll-call of brave hearts and true
' "Attention!" The quick step;
' Firm the ithlvolinit
r arc h! Cofer the re tt, whtto sag blue
'Think of lito umlaut loud.
Hu be your mien arid deed;
Farewell ate Colonel! Brave beast and triad.
SIB ROBERT PEEL, THE STATESMAN
BY JAMES PARTON
Daniel Webster used to, 'say, after his re
turn from England, that "Sir Robert Peel
was head and shoulders above any man he
had ever met." The Duke of Wellington
said of hini, "Of all the men I over knew,
Sir Robert Peel had th 9 greatest regard for
These were high eulogiums,—one testify
ing to the greatness of his intellect, and the
other to the goodness of his principles. He
was- a man, too, of admirable' bodily gifts.
He was handsome, robust, of sound consti
tution;and imposing . presence. I well re-,
member him one evening, about the year
1843, rising to v address the House of Com
mons- Before he - rose,there had been a
good deal ' of noise and ustle in the House;
members had been' chattitik together, and
several had been walking across the floor;
but - the instant it was perceived that the
Prime Minister was upon his feet, the noise
was hushed, .and :every one was most atten-
tive to listen. He Vas a portly man then,
• though not corpulent, and his, fine broad
chest was dad in a white waistcoat, which
? 'was all of his costume which could be dis
cerned Xrom the gallery of the House of
Comp:lons. He merely had sdme unimport
ant announcements to make to the House,
and did not speak more than three minutes;
but every word he uttered revealed the mas
ter.. The ease, the elegance, 'the clearness,
the courtesy- of the premier, struck with
admiration the green youth who was stretch--
big his neck over the gallery railings. To
all these eminent gilts of body and mind,
were added a fortune of twelve hundred
thousand Tounds sterling, and the, place of
all othersthe world the most gratifying
to English ambition, that of ruler of the
British Empire. •
"- This fortinate and -richly endowed man
was 'the - son of Abet Sir Robert Peel, the
cotton-spinner, who won his baronetcy by
his thoroughgoing Toryism, and his ardent
de*Otion to Sing George the, Third. The
first Sir Robert, though he sat in Parliament
• for thirty years, was not a man of educa
tion. In his'.youth he had eaten his; dinner
from pewter plafes, and had Worked hard,,
assisting his father in 'printing calico; hut
but now that he had become rich, he was
resolyed that his children, especially his
eldest son Robert,, should have every ad
vantage of education which the world af
forded. • .
That son, born in 1788, early gave prom
_future eminence. In him seemed'
happillethiibirted his father's strength and.
his mother's tenderness and nobility of
mother ; mind. His other, it seems, was quite as
- remarkable for a woman as his father was
for a man. Born and bred in a farm-house;
she was'a beautiful woman, of noble pres
ence and graceful demeanor; and, though
no better educated than her husband, she
was quicker to learn than he and for many
years served him as secrelary,and wrote
most of his business letters. BY,, and by,
when shelves called . to preside over a great
London house as :the wife of a wealthy
member of Parliament, no one saw in her
manner or appearance anything of the ,
Country lass who had steeped her fair arms,
many a time, in her huaband'adye-pots. "She
did not live to see the' greattiess of her .sott
The stupid custom of the' English - In'eatirig
theifilinner at seven or eight o'clock, and
turning night into day, did not agree with
• her country constitution, and she , died be
fore her son Robert had completed ,his -edn
'cation. • ,
Harrow, the most aristocratic of the pub
liciehool; of England, was the one selected
Wile great cotton -spinner for his favorite
son! Among, the ;lad's fellow-04)11s was
Lord_Hy,ron, who says 'of him, in one of
his letters; .. . .
.. , "There were alWSys great hopes of Peel
among ms all, masters and scholars, and be
has not disappointed them." `•
Others of his schoolfellows tell Us that he
was a steady, industrious boy, the best
scholar in the school, and was always ready
to assist the. dull ones in writing their verses
and learning their lessons. They say, too,
that his 'schoolfellows forgave his manifest
and Striking superiority, ad that he was
not unpopular among the m. I regret to
add that he. was somewhat too fond of
strolling .off. by himself into the country,
and did -not much relish the joyous And
bealth 2 giving games of the layground.
From Harrow he went, a the age of six
teen, to Oxford University, *here he enter
. ed the Most aristocratic college, and on the
itristocratiofooting of asentleman common
er. He was a most diligent student, and
won, at: the- end of his University career,
the moot splendid _triumph over . beffire• ac
carded tan student9pan,B glish Ilniversi
ty., At tboend ufathe con there areAwo
separate exAminations of gre `severitt and .
lenglontlitattrice—one in I. tin and Greek
althirfpfotherit, Xatheniati. Robert Peel
*iiii theArdskiderit who es twon the first
, peze at both of these eritel 05004 The
unprecedented event excited tin l'Oerlii , ,in-.
terest'in England, and when the Acing atu
dent presenttol himself upon the platform t 9
pronounce thir3" !tone oration the audience,
and eiypiAdally his fellow-students gave him
4 . 0•",i310,100 Which would Nave overwhelmed
i petiny of ofelfrowy temperament and (Mar.'
,Tblii ptuOnt, hpWeyer, 'acknowle'dged '
tiln, iooffereite: etiterti of his' friends with
V 4 114/ ;serenity land idodesty, and grouted
atterwards to attach, negreat ,Inirtetisoi t o
whit lead otx,urroi, „ Jilt WHO tit? dOcintle.
IV EINT110; student, While working bird, at
his "butts he student.
WO to etrenthen and
i . l-6P kle - tell end vigoreiia frame by
Walkit . thitnif t rewinif tind'Ple,ml3oK.
Whit fat ,his greeveltilitiae tie d great ae.
, ~, ,
rinirenwe j his wilft lint li.nrAlemor, (wog.
tion , aehilJE Wind, His father with fu IsS. ,
trkyie sod ifutiinsiotli;,Tory, who. had Sail
/40A this.e4initable yutilit in 1114 (0/14 fa,
0 ion' of 014409 hitt! otvi da y the loader
rof ttin - 'Parr pare •T La Businud. Tho son
imbibed his father's opinions, and
acquiesced in,hia,father's Mins. _
which was the--.twenty-second year:Ofids
age,.his father brought him into Parillinent
for one of those small boroughs of theolden
time which rich men bought, sold and gave
away at their pleasure. Lord . Palmerston
entered Parliament at the same Mail PIN
Fox and Burke were dead, and Sheridan
was about to piss front the scene; bat Can;
ning, Wilberforce, Wyndham, Gntttan,Per-.
ceval, Castlereagh, Mackintosh, Routing,
Horner and Brougham were members, and
Canning was the fresh lustre of hi s tal
ents. The new member's own father sat
conspicuous,upon the Tory benches, behind
Castlereagh and - Canning, 7 -
Introduced into this scene so captivating
to the imagination, so stimulating to 'the
talents of young. Englishmen, Robert Peel,
whose splendid university triumphs made
him a marked person and excited the high
est expectations, sat for a whole session
without making a speech. Two or three
times he uttered a remark or two upon some
unimportant matter, as if to get 'used to the
sound of his own voice, but attempted
nothing like a speech. At the beginning of
the second session, however, he was ap
pointed by the Tory ministry to second the
address in reply to the king's speech—a du
ty usually assigned to some promising
young member of the party in power. 'He
acquitted himself well, and from that time
forward he war en active and leading mem
ber of the House, never ceasing as long as
he lived to growlin knowledge, power and
He had one great advantage. Diring the
last fifty yeark men of his mental calibre,
in All cuuntties, have generally inclined ,to
what is called the "liberal"-'side of politics,
so that when we say of a man that he is a
Tory; we usually, mean that he is a fool.
This young ciant, anberiting Tory princi
ples from hisfather, easily took the lead(af
ter Canning's death) in a party which young
men of ability instinctively avoided. His
advance was bothirapid and steady.. When
he was twenty-four years of age he was in
office, and from that time to the close of his
life he held a place in the administration
whenever the Tories' were in power:'
- Such a man however, cannot be
Tory, or a blind followerof any party.hat
ever. The work which he did in his life
was this: He liberalized the Tory party;he
taught them the necessity of yielding to the
best demands of the people, and the wisdom
of doing so before they were' compelled.
Thus he repealed the Corn Laws and eman
cipated the Irish Catholics, in opposition to
all that was blind and bigoted in England.
He originated the Police system of Great
Britain, Which we have copied in America.
Orr the 29th of June, 1850, while riding
in one of the' London Parks, he was thrown
from his horse, and was injured so severely
that he dieillour days after, in his.. sixty
third year. Few men have been more sin
cerely, more universally, or more justly
- Happily married in his thirty-second year,
and surrounded by a family of five sons and
two daughters; he was in private life as es
timable as he was great in public. Tory as
he was, it would be bard to name a "Libe
ral" statesman who has ever conferred
upon a country a greater number of meas
ures practically wise, or' who gave his`coun
try a stronger impulse.toward rational free
dom.—.N. Y. Ledger.
The American Ambassador Ahroad.
Itis hinnan nature the world over to have
respect for and to be influenced by good
manners, cultivation, social parts; and a
gEmtlemaely dispensation of an intellectual
hospitality. There is no country in the
• world where this is better understood or
more practiced than in the 'United States.
And vet a people which understands life
and human- nature quite as well as any
other, and at home bestows its hospitality
`morelaViskily than any other, and with all
th.B &Heves in its democracy and is justly
proud of its democracy, will send ministers
resident to courts where third and fourth
rate monarchies send their envoys extraor
dinary and ministers plenipotentiary—is
content that its diplomats shall live on mean
streets and in third rate houses, keeps them
on a scale of pay that was fixed when living
in Eutope cost about one-half what it does
now, and will have them walk when others
ride, or ride in greasy street cabs when
others ride in their own carriages.
It may be stated, as a general rule, that
American Diplomats either do not live -and
move and. Socially reciprocate as would be
advantageous to their government,- or, if
they do, they lose money at it. - The. British
diplomat has an outfit to begin with, which
the American has not; hp has an outfit every
time lie is , changed' to another , post e /which
the American has not—indeed, the latter is
seldom , changed except ,when unceremo
niously jerked home; he has an outfit when
he retires, Which the American has•not; af
ter-a Pertain. length of _service and perma
nentietirement. he has a pension, which the
Americ4n doei not ask for;,,while in 'offiCe
he list from tivo to four times the help to do
the work of the legation, and he his the re
ward pf promotion constantly held up to
;him, which the Arrierican has. not. These
are very great advantages. When to these
we add that while in office'his annual pay is
abobt- three ;times -as large as that of his
American' colleague, and his grade of office
always higher, we cah estimate the pecunia
ry difference between the two 'positions.
The American Ambassador should be'en
cemraged to hope for, permanaucein office,
and for promotion in the service, just in
proportion as his own discharge of duty
is able, skilibl, and faithful - , considered in
connection, with his present grade and the
length of past
_service. Do should have re
moved from his contemplation the degrad;
ing spectacle of a basketful of 'bloody heads
rushing at him for his own at, every turn
and whiff of the political breeze. It either
makes'him a coward and` a time-server, or
renders him stolidly indifferent :to the dis
charge of duty. What incitement has. a
man so situated to the close study of politics,
'the manners, the commercial interests, the
political growths; the alliances, and the na
tional animosities of' the • people amcng
whomhe liyes, -and for, making cleat and
compact statements of these in his dispatches
to his ciivngovermitent.—Ncilion:
Aftßngnlar Bird , Killed in Bentucky.
Jaearlenry, of Mound Oity, Illinois, on
Sunday week, shot new and compara tive.
Iy, Unknown: bird, on the Kentuelly shore
opposito'that city, which is thus - described
by the Oalrb DemoeMt :
qt" Is larger than'the ostrich, and ifelgits
Inc hundred and , tour pounds. The body
,of this, onderra bird is covered With'snciw,
Whitedown,.and lie bead is of a fiery. red.,
The wings, of deep bleak, 'measures fifteen
feet froht tip to Up, and the bill, of 'a yellow'
color, .4,wenty.tour inches/ legs are
siendor andstnowy, pea green in color, and
Measure forty•eight Inches in , lengtlC Oie
of the feet resembles that'oP a duck, and the
lithetlhitt Of Ideltey. Mr. Henry shot it ,
at 4 '0446' ofinto hundred yerds i. frn m
the 6004 branch a:dead `tree, where it
was, percied„ *Oaf' Upon fulbsised
sheep tha tlt had carr ied from the ground.
This stratige opeclealof bird, widch Is said
to have - ealated extonalvely. during the days
of the itineration, lc4lloo
the One bdeti seen In the State" or
xow vok 'eloiiitff the year 'Potter
has It on oxidhltlon Iti bitt tifilee at Mound
City, Its flight across t h e Own end 1 00,
Wan mtueesed by hundrada of °Weeps.°
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1868:
- • -
soOakEGE MUM WEE* AIITIMAL
ORD F :AD :
AT DR. SCOW'S.
, PENN ATHEIST, Dijon ABOVE HAND.
ALL WORE wABILLETE . E., CALL AND =-
AMINE BPECLMENB OF exalt:rum VULCAN
WELDON & KELLY,!
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND 'LUBRICATING OILS,
• N 0,147 Wood Street.
se9:n22 _ Between sth and 6th .11.ienties
OEBEEpIT,_ SOAP STONE,' 8u).
" a " A "i3OAr H', .ONE,
PLAST&U, WITMITST TOPS,
HYDRAULIC CERENT . -DUN .NE.
Cheaveseand best / s loe In the market. Also, RO
BENDA.L.E ItYDB.AULIC. CEMENT for sale.
B. n. c. A. BRACKETT *CO.
Office and Manufactory-240 REBECCA
Allegheny. iiir Orders by mall promptly.attended
to. • , Je22:reB
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C. ,
BLITHE. ILEDS',Loill' 'ci/F'AP"
Schomacker's Gold; Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The 13CHONACILER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known in the con
struction of a Irst dais instrument. and has always
been awarded the higltest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. Tne
workmanshin. for' durability and beauty, surpass
all others: Prices from $5O to $l5O, (accerding to
Mlle and IM)sh,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTER'S COTTA'riE ORGAN
Stands at the' head of all reed instruments, In pro
ducing the most perfect pipequallq• of tone of any
similar Instrument In the United States. It is sim
ple and compact in construction; and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT "VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to Abe found in this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $550.. All guaranteed for dye
BABB, KNAKE &fiIEfEITLEB,
mn9 No. 1.2 ST.'CLAIR STREET.
AND RAIN M. BROS. PIANOS,
For sale on monthly 'and quarterly payments
HATS AND CAPS.
• FALL M3EA.'IC'S !
M'CORD 8: CO-,
131 WOOD STREET,
Are now ready with a LARGE AND SELECT
HATS, CAPS AND XI:MS,
Also. Manufacturer, Wholesale sad Retail Dealer
in TRUNKS, VALISES. ic., No. 133 SMITH
YIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Orders ninuiptly filled and satisfaction guarantce4L
Boyd', Youth's and Children's
HUMMER CASSIMERE En:7s,
LINEN SUITS. •
• DUCK SUITS.
ETARKEL MUM -
In every style. of the - greatest variety, imitable for
the present season. .tientiemen will Soda tine as
sortment of rE anti BROWN DUCK SUITS,
ALPACOA and FLANNEL •OQATii, de... every
garment being speciallyiniade tor as lry•abe best
Eastern bowies. Our. prices ars as low , SOS
goods can be sold at by any grm East or , West. • s-
QRA3 & ILACHGAN.
HHENRY MEYER, ,
. DIERCIRANT , TAILOR,
No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittstotrgh•
Constantly on ' band, a full assortment of CLOTHS.
Ca MIMESES. irIf.EPTINGS, , ap20:o80.1
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
J ULIAN ALLEN,
DLit.= 111 ALL mops or
LEAF TOBACCO 'AND 5E(4.1114
So. 8 SIXTH ETHICIST, (Nations) ,Bank of Com.
aterce Building, )
Branch of 172 Water street, N. Y.
arri:n77 • • DANIEL F. DINAN.
E xcELsiort wouh.s. -
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Tobacco, , Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &0.,
tNe 6 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGIDENYe
•10%;i7iai000)0 3 1; 411 afzJI
HENRY W. HORBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. *OOBIIITHMEL . D EMMERT,
Between Seventh and Liberty.
SI - LADtES , OYSTER RALOON attached.
GEO:180 141 %v 'Erg; -
Fancy Caka .. Bakerk.Confpctio4er,
• AND militia is. •
. , . •
NONEIGN A DOiCA3TIO NtriN,
No. 40, 43orner Federal 'and Robinson eters, A:lle
gheny. sir Gonseaely..9n _band, lox Ea.m, er
various aavorgp., •
riE4O " NES.
tt ll E' l4 /ur,
AND szlivpirci MAC:WM
IT SIAS 110 ViIIITAI4;
BEING dtBSOIXTELY THE BEST B.Uomm•
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN
,'•TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
arAilints wanted tote!! Has Itsclllne.
:CHAR. C. iTAX.SII4M34
Aent for.WCAitarri 'PenastiwAslL .
tior tie g P IPTHAND MARKET lITHEET4, , oIter ,
- .uKurftea'biiswelry Mora . i
HENRY U. COLLINS,
• SS Wood etreet.
43 Fifth street, Sole. Agent
47 Sr. • LAIR EMMET
AT Wm. sininewp,..,r.,,-.1
180 mid 182 Federal Street,
ge Plaid S.
ew gliirt, Fronts,
NeW goneyi Comb Quills.
TO WIIICH THE ATTENTION OP
Wholesale and Betaii Buyers
18 BESPECTrTLLY INVITED,
AT lilliTLMUff. SEMPLE'S,
180 and 182 gederal St„ Allegheny.
87. DIARKET STREET. 87.
NEW FALL GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 MARKET STREET.
ECOND ARRIVAL OF
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
THE FINEST ASSOIITMENT OF
SILKS, POPLINS, EMPRESS,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
TO BE .1701714 P IF %in CITY, AT
J. IL IMICHFIELD & CO'S,
No 34 St. Clair, near Liberty St.
v = ...11
1. ,%) a
43 . ,f 4 E m s ' ` 7 •
i r•-. I =EI
O I a, 4=l .74 -
at 2 2° . tzb. S e
I N 4 1 os 1
= ' 8
1 .... I'l 4 .1;
E—., •10 N ,13. p e t' ''' P 4 1 I z
= ...• , F. :
= GD PO 'a pi
... V, E g e F l 4 Li
NEW GOODS. , •
• NEW MOHAIR.
HOSLEIW artd GLOVES.
tir No. 168 Wills Street. 44
Lama Lace Points,
FOR SALB , AT LOW rnrox9,. BY
vrarxE,,o - Rit co„,,
.23 'Fifth Street,
• • ILata Wuhan, Carr & C 0.,) • -
• MrUPP/CW•$ DEAL24B
Foreign And Domestic •Dri OoOdei
No. 94 ET
Thtpt dim, mini Disk sdiey, • '
2 Pn15111:11ten, P 4.
"" REIVIOV4 1 1a '
13MOVAII-LThe r itter6hants &
Manufacturers National Bank . ,
• `, • 'Ma AUffillle 274 h.
Resnavetteittli corner Itrar aro wood. o n e,
H(111110 kprmerly ocauPlatl.4.ol,4
Dui • and tenzi o ln ihe
I 110 .1 7 " , 9 ° ,1 6 ,P Pt 1 4 1 e 'Mr
, 62211:11,9 , ot SQQM oirti*rdiiet.
awls, open centre;
1G1nu49,,r1 Fir Ip:ex: 411FJ311111 end LIQI~
, ANCIIIIO4 Ain
r 101011i10$' alkirri4a.
77 IND 79 MARKET, STREET.
IMPIER ..A. VERY CSOIC ABSORSM.IiNT OF
Which hare been selected with great care to eait
tikb market, ankwhich tore is unser
passed In the west
- JUST OPENED,
Real Paris ,_Pittern Bonnets and Hata.
Rats, in all the new shapes: Ribbons, al: stia,des,
No. 13i to 60; Freuch'& American Flowers, Roses,
Buds and Leavel; Hat and IBenriet Feathers and
Birds; Plaid and Plains Bonnet. Veliet; Gro De Nap;
Bonnetßathis; French Ornaments, Frames, &c.
A large assortment of J Rennet and Efamburg Edg
ings. Inaertings and Bands, of the kate4t 'designs.
The largestassortment In the city, of Hem=stitched,
Tucked, Embroidered and Plain.
Berthas, Collars, Coiffeurs, „Bashes, Fmglish Thread,
Cluny', Matinee, Val,. Pointe and Pointe Applique
Lace; Lace illuoion, for waists, something new.
CORSETS, HOOP SHIRTS,
THE PARIS 46 1.1. BELLE” BALMORAL.
Shetland Shawls, Breakfast Shawis,Opera Hoods.
Chlldre n's Knit Sacqnes nnd Caps. New styles of
Dress' and Cloak Trimthings,
dhectllle, Bullion sea Bugle lelnge, Bev! Trim
mings, inmps anti Loops.
BUTTONS, In great variety.
COLORED VELVET RIBBONS
•TSS.STSE siusr," white and 'colored
GENT'S FITENLSHING GOODS, NECK TIES,
BOWS, SCARFS, SUSPENDERS.
And PAPER COLL &RS
Notions and Small Wares.
KilEach Department will be (Mind well stocked
with all that Is new and 'novel. and will be offered
at the LOWEST EASTERN rsip.Es,
Wholeiale and Retail.
FOR . THE FALL TRADE.
MACRUM, CLYDE & CO.'S.
THE zynaz SLY NEW
" I3ELLE" . SKIRT,
. IN ALL THE 'DIFFERENT COLORS.
A complete line of •
Balmoral Bosiem'for Ladies ei Misses.
The best assortment of
GENT'S CASSIMERE SHIRTS.
Also, s full line of
Gent's Fall and Winter Undeiwpar.
• -WHITE 'FrumNaH CORSETS,
SUghUy soiled by salt water, only 60. cents.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
Infants' Wool-goods and Samples.
BRADLEY'S FLANNELS, in all colors.
Our iisortient of Notions is well Sekct Ii:
As we have recelvedta.very tine stock 'of Go!ids,
country Merchants will do well-to examine our
stock, as we,haretheAnods suiting their trade.
.GLYIDE dr. CO.,
IS and, SO. Market Street.
pROTs -ntAitiarm- po:svN .
autcßtml 414 . 0 TtYmstE'S4
No. 19 Ill& Stieet.
ALL GOODS .- GREATLY, REDUCED I
• ON AND AFTEDATLY IST.
`IIOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles*,) for i l 500
0010=8, - (Rut trench) SO.,
LLNENHANDSERCNIRPS, .3 for 21/
RID GLOVES. (worrou teat, ) 1.00
PAPER COLLARS 10'
SOO Yda. SOOL GOT??N., (good) 5
poosarl3oolo, worth 50e 28
MEWS SUMMER. UNLIERSRIETS 50
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS..r, 75
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost
IN ALT' icreirns •oz , Goons.
Special Malaria' Merehants' .114.Mealers.
lams, -• ' ' kortrravnurmr. •
' AT EATON'S ,
Dr0. , 17. Fifth Street.
0 01/DVP/SIIIII SEAMLESS KIDS. ,
;, 1,5-I.ciAhlyplsfleß;szoilaBB KIDS.
AIDULDED 1 AVER COLLAKS“ -
41'13Oxes tor.. b ' suIS
SgE nlyqS VTDm'A - TnicK
Aka : 4'6i osii+64,MlLLB4
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS:;
FA. LL, STOCK t
tialstfty:- AND' BODY' BRUSSELS,
Two:Ariz, iiimirmir, PLY
In great varleti.
• 'COMMON CARPETS,
. • . AT- VANE LOW raicas.
DRUG-GETS, all Widths.
• WINDOW SHADES.
Our stock Is the largest and most destrlble we
have ever offered to the trade.
BOVARD ROSE & CO Y
. 21 -lelllll. STREET.
" eno:diwr -
FALL GOODS: -
litst imittit'oF THE SEASON.
• A FULL ASSOBTME2iT OF
Velvet, - •
Bruggels t ' . •
• Three Ply, •
: • And. Ingrain
• . CAIIPE r rg 4 9
JIIEIT,OPE.NEDANI) OFFERED AT TELE .
. . •,,
• - LOtVEST !lATES,
. 011 Y ' I
111LINTOti & C 0...
••• R0.2.t Fifth Street,
40 MT FL 9C" ./11. I INT gB
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
.TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
THE ma GOODS AT LOWEST PRICE
Ii[cFMIUND & COLLINI
Nos. 71 and 73 Ilith-Street,
Next, Building to U S. CustOpi Nouse:l Poat Offir
LNOTICE -IS - r-; HERESY GIVE.
- that the isrtveiihlo'beeettifoie existing
twein JAMES - Ilief . 7ll2tE ariehfATTHEW STE
ART, nader the rill= and style of
• • •
ttoCUNK & •STEWAR':
Has tieen'this day dLlsolved by mutual consent, r
the kredice 'Cabinda :don Bitalneins wilt be c :
tied on by..*JAIVES idoCIINE and JOHN D. 3
HUNS, .under .oes:um° -and' style of McCIINI
BRO, irAowiltisettle,the aceopista of the late ilt
J. , :4AREFETNE,
Sept. Ist, 18138. se2:vl
10 , -011cE IS HEREBY GIVI
IA that this partnership heretofore existing
tween J,J3.lll9DEliltikr, NV J. i-HERRIFF,
I,OI3IJHREY and WILLIAM IitcGRAW, under
name and stile of StIEHRIFie U
AIctRAW, has been this day dissolved by mut
consent, and th l eg% Uhl BIN 13, GAS AND - bTE.
FITTING, COY Ett, 811F,ET IRON AND BE,
POUNDEY LNESS will be continued he
Who w il l settle the Soso nuts of the late arm.
J. It. +SHERIFF,
'W. 3. SHERIFF,
WM fa eGRAW.
• • ("Frick mr CITv Eliot futzst
Pettaburgh. nePt. 1 . 1, 1868.
NOTICE' TO CONTRACTORS.
Bealed Proposida.for the; Puttal Grultrea.
DINW/00110 STREET ...irons Centre avenue
The pants) Grading of BLUFF STREET, ft
.Boyd toMliteatwayer etreett_ •z, ±
114 1 4 6:
to Oret i o l i m ar t :n itre d allay SpRING ALLEY, ; fr
roe urauutr, and I'aVIregS.IdALLISA.N'S ALLI
tropt Decatur to Clark street.
Atso, for the construction of a, Board Walk
CENTRE iSTBERTt (Moirarland'atirove.)
FrettlaYinA 400steralaravelnenr,os lAMO - •
•ALLLY4 from iamondto 'Wood street:
And (Or the 'conk action or a oewer on RC
BTSRET, -wli)bEr•maived. at this oMco a .
T 1 1 011 fiRAY•INSOW1110.1, /SW . .
Tbe Committee (Oen*, the tight t o reject ant . -
all bids: ' Specitications and blank. tor bidding
be had ai taut °Mee., fl
stol • t
• l, •-• try Enginee.
WhylitEllollSE on LIRETTY S
Thetieclitive. Ac. ot,ioseph tterson o ff er
'aelelheL6ClMlWanfitodseeNo. 10,in Peettersc
Bieck, *Na 35g. Libectf Prett.): Cot by teat.* ktiPa %P s , JAME 4 •A. McK EAR,
11ei12272 ran stn tk,tenne, oor. Cherry Cite- ::
PENN.. STREET PROPERTY
ILO rm.! float on *mak, fidt et Venn 'tree ,
ILO !eel, Uterret,'e alley, Klee stotled
diveillnit. (formerly tiosebutg wit he
ttoo bier la rear,. Possestion lvvn 9u 'three enontbs•
rkelP4 • , &MKS A, 11 , K F; ft ti t.
teittlil, 146 411, Aeywea eor. - Cherry eine
, plKk ins• lot We. use,. for ii3t .ll
t retsti: alsO imperial Witte •Viewl.sa) by the c
of frallod, 4011 N A. RE NeliAlV,
I Corner Lilborty sod Baud street