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• 'Tottr.—Tlia Boot. Bold Bake,„ . •
CI have:ycniheard the good news from Xalne
,Fal de ra rat de rat radd •
Twastir4Wo THOUSAND R2ubItean gain-
Fat de ral de rat raddy;
Into their ho'es the Copperheads crawl, -
And thlek and fast the Butt rnuts fall,
With a yip, fat de ral ruddy.
An auction! auction! come without tail,
The Copperhead pa'ty I'll offer for sale—
I'll sell it afoot as its running around
As cheap as bull beefat a penny a pound,
With a yip, fal de cal caddy
How much for B.ymour ? What for Blair?
GocirG DOG MIR/a , : Who bias for the pair?
Going! Going! Can't dwell for manners.
Only lit to send to the Tanners?
With a )Ip, fal de ral raddy
The tanners, men of excellent sense, -
Win bang their hides upon the fence,
Htdea.ofiirTmotir and Walt, remember,
To be well ;tanned by next November,
With a 31p, fal de ral raddy
Who bids for Morgan? who Often lurks
Instead of lighting -and never works;
Fighting or working—those seeing the fun
At t,umuerland Gapl will swear he cas RUN,
With a yip, fal de ral raddy
This Morgan's hide is a spongy and fat,
There's danger it may ruin the vat;
Already his aide in a pickle is in.
The tanners—you bet—will tan his DOG SKIN, ,
N. With a yip, fat de ral raday.
Ulysses the tanner's—the best of good boys,
CRACKING OF lIIITIERNIITS much he e , loys, •
Front of his tan-y.rd—signs and nanners,
Show (Irani and Colfax—are the Tanners,
With a yip, fal de ral ready.
Ladles ifyou , ve unhappily wed •
• With butternut: rebel, or, copperhead,
Find all your pleading and coaxing vain,
Pack up his trunk and ship him to Mai e,
With a yip, fal de ral Paddy.
• Zanesvillians, a Guest, from CHRZSEDOX'S here;
Whom Rebels dread and Copperheads fear, :1
Soldier, Statesman—a sword and
In golden letters here's General Garfield,
. With a yip, tai de rat raddy.
—Zoneerille Courier. • _ •
STOP THAT KNOCKING.
CAMPAIGN SONG, SUNG BY TIM ALLEGHENY
For eight long years the Democrats
Have been out in the cold;
And now they're knocking at the White
As they did in days of old ;
But the time's gone by when Rebels
With their fingers stained with gore,
Can pit possession of the White House, •
So there's no use knocking at the d00r..-
Stop that knocking, &c.
You all have heard of Seymour!
He's of New York City fame ; -
He's a Democrat, or Copperhead which
means about the same.
He's had his eye upon the White House
For four long years or /more;
But there's no use trying, for he can't
come in ;
And there's no use knocking at the door.
_Stop that knocking, &c.
Four years ago the Copperheads
Sought the old_White House to gain,
By bringing out asnidier,
For be was alone fit to resign.
But their tune has 'changed, for now they
That a statesman like Seymour
Is theklnly man that's fit to rule,
And they've set him knocking at the
Stop that knockleg,
The people say that Grant's the man
The White. House cliAr to fill :
They said it down in old Vermont
And.they said it with a will.
And now we've heard it echoed,
From 111ai l le's rough rocky shore,
That Grant's the man the people want
To come in and shut the door.
(CHORUS)—Come in . General, ctc.
(R.E.spoNsE)—l'm a coming, &c,
—General Logan is ill at Joliet.
—Wild honey is plentiful in Arkansas.
—Minnie Ranch is also popular in Paris.
—John Allen's establishment is badly
—The egreat "liberal party"--Geo. Pea
—Fun thinks railway charges are always
,—Bioadway is said to be running over
with Grecian Curvers.
—There is an excellent crop of bttckwheat
in New York this season.
—The English sparrows are now quite
numerous in New York.
Von Moschiszker's wife writes Re
- —Albert Pike has been amusing St.
Louisans with a rebel speech.
—One county. in Ohio hati furnished 250,-
000Jmsheli of peaches this year.
.-Why is a baker's servant like Canada ?
Because it is a dough-minion.—Ez.
—Madame de Stael's grandson, the Prince
de Broglie, has entered a monastry.
—The corn and whiskey crop of Ken
tucky is said to belarge this season.
—Philadelphia is to have an organ which
takes the wind out of the Boston one.
—Some one . says that farmers, like fowls,
cannot get fall crops without industry.
—General Garfield spoke to a large and
enthuidastic Meeting in Zanesville last week.
—A seventy-pound catfish_was caught in
the Muskingum at Zanesville on Thursday
—Train is getting very tired of • the Mar
thalsea and thinks of taking bis departpre
—The inconie of Mrs; Anna Coralltowatt:
Aitcb,le from her, literary labors is $4OOO a
—A black, male' ghost with a gory fore
head disturbs the peace of a. Savannese
Elisha Kent Kane Fox, so-called,
is again trying to "call spirits from the vasty
—The widow of Wallace, the composer,
is poor, and gives music lessons in New
--General Carl Schurz is to speak thirty
six times in Missouri during the month of
—An epidemic of typhoid fever and dya
aentexy has been raging in Fall River Has
--rhe'r/emocrats don't wan't negroes to
vote, but they take a 'Biackamore for can
didata for Mayor.
,Sun Bet Cos has been speaking in Phil
adelphia to the Democrady whose sun set in
the Bast last Monday.
—A !neat little private dinner," with a
pleatiant party to discuss it, welcomed Ansa
Mellogg_back to New York: ' ,
The Grecian curve has been fashionable
all summer at HQuibyr4, Baden-Baden and
other European watering places. -
—We hope in October to be able to ehron•
icle a few more Democratic gains such-as
therbetuit of 14 Mahn this month-
New. York bride last week wore a
satin dress, point lice veil and half \a' hun
, dollars' worth of diamond&
—Jobv A.. But6r, the man who ditieover
ed gold in California, receives a yearly
bounty of $3,600 from- the ') i Stam• of Cali
=The contractors for dre ging - oita im .. -
proving r Harbor, Maine,' have
abandoned their contract on account of un
—The Philadelphia Bulletin thinks it Is
proper to say the following : The Pacific
whale fishery has proved a failure tins par
and the efforts of whalers have provedlna
—Count Moerner is dead. He was the
Swedish representative who offered the
throne to -Bernadotte whose descendent now
occupies it_ The Count was eighty-seven
—Barney Williams and his wife recently
gave a pleasant little fete champetre at their
villa at Bath, and the informal little spread
on the grass under the marquee cost $3,000
—The Democratic papers say they are
feeding their roosters for November. This
is kind, we shall be sure of having fat
poultry to slaughter for thanksgiving day
after Grant is elected.
—Everybody is taking an unusual interest
in Pennsylvania just now, and if Pennsyl
vanians will but take the same interest in
their State, we shall make all true Ameri
cans proud of us in October.
—The widow of Audubon, the naturalist,
lives in want, near New York. with twelve
grand-children dependerit upon her'and the
exertions of one of her grand-daughters,
who teaches music, for support.
—A man in Lyrin, Masa., a few days ago
made fifteen pairs of ladies' gaiters in less
than ten hours, making seven dollars and
fifty cents. This is said to be the greatest
feat known to be accomplished by any shoe
—English people think none but the vul
gar drink whisky, and consequently gener
ally forma low estimate of the American
people. Gin, according to British fashidn,
is a much More aristocratic di s ink, and alio a
quicker. poison. I •
—A workman in a saw mill in Toledo,
Ohio, on Monday, got caught in a saw which
was in full motion, and his arm was severed
at the elbow and his right leg, was cut off
above the knee. He died very soon from
—"I buy two cravats which last me a
whole year," said the famous Sebastian
Bach, "a black one and a white one. In
about six months the one does duty for the
other. The black by constant use becomes
rather white and the white turns very
—There is but one nobleman with a title
in Norway. Years ago all titles were
abolished. That is, the possessors of them
could keep them, but their children could
not inherit them; so the old generation is
now all dead but one, and he lives at Chris
tiania much beloved.
—Queen Victoria was much troubled,
when at Lucerne, with the Swiss fashion of
spending Sunday, and offered the villagers
$4OO if they would adopt, while she was
there, the English fashion, - which, as far as
our observation goes, means to go in the
bick doors of gin palaces and drink to bru
—The Pittsburger Bepublikaner, a Ger
man Democratic paper published in this city,
is always behind the age, put it was unusu
ally so on Friday, until ?which day it had
not found out that the Republican majority
in Maine was not 15,000 . , How long will it
take it to find out the other six thousand of
the majority, is a conundrum which we give
up in despair.
—The following original and attractive
advertisement appeared in a recent number
of Gatiptani'B Ifizsenger: "Any gentleman
of good family having the entrée to Belgian
society is invited by a lady and gentleman
highly connected to visit them at Spa, and
spend the winter with them at Brussels as
their guest,- quite free of any pecuniary con
sideration, She onlye quivalent asked for, be
ing the desired introduction. A small es
tablishment. A good cook. The highest
--Some one or other has amused himself
by cbuntiag the average number of visitors
to the Church of Notre, Dame in Paris.
They amount to 1500 per day, 1000 of them
being foreignen. Out - of the 1600, 200
ascend the towers, and 500 visit the
"Tresor," the religious and historical ob
jects of interest that are shown in the ves
iry. Out of the 200 who mount the towers,
10 are furnished with telescopes or opera
giasses, 80 have,inaps of Bilis, and 10 carry
Victor Hugo's - celebrated I description of.
"rsxis a Vol d'Oiseati."
—The < Lanterns - question in. Paris has
reachea an odsi phase. A. M. de Foudard
writes to the Tribune to say that among his
saciples of mock jewelry he 'has had a di
rninutive lantern in his possession for five
years, and that on Thursday last, while his
wife was out on business affifirs—exhibiting
samples, no ,eoubt, and obtaining orders—
she was arrested and - locked up for two
hours, every article in her possession bear-,
ing the remotest resemblance to a lantern
being taken from her. •At the same moment
a commissary of police and four agents paid
a visit to his workshop and seized every
article of jewelq they could find, whether in
a finished or unfiniked state, that approx
imated to the proscribed form.
—The Bucyrus Journal says:
Our Devil heard of the great Republican ,
victories everywhere, and in our absence
jammed the returns into our machine and
ground out the following:
30,000, very nearly,
Making Copperheads feel queerly.
Showing A bolition gain
I I s
On far off. Western
A fearful Democratic slaughter
In the 13tate of pure cold water.
Nolonger Copperheads•feel pluCky
About the'rebel State Kentucky,
But hang their heads because they cat et
Deny the coming man is Grant.
There is no knowing what • else 'the ma
chine would have ground out, if had not
just then come in and stopped Lau. •
,PVITSBURGH GAZE LE: MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21; 1868
WlTHo'crr PAIN 2
NO CHARGE MADE wins Luminous.
TEETH AIM ORDERED
ETILL EMT FOR V 3,
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
ive PENN wrairr, 3D Dios ABOVE 'atm.
ALL WOES WARRANTED. CALL AND EX-
Amartz IM OP GENUINE vu:LoAN•
WELDON & KELLY, •
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS,
N 0,147 Wpod Street.
"se9:n22 Between btli and GUrAvennee.
CEMENT, SOAP STONE,' &O.
- pq YDRAIILIC CEMENT.
FLABTER. CHIMNEY TOPE,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
traika) • . 0 95 Wood street.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE.
Cheapest and best Pipe in the market. Also, RO
BENDA.LE HYDRAULIC CEMENT toesale:
B. B. & O. A. BRACKETT & CO.
Office and Mannfaetory-240 REBECCA ST.,
Allegheny. Air Orders by mall promptly attended
PIANOS. ORGANS, &O.
BUY THE BEST AND CHEAP
EST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schoniacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOILACKIR PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the con
struction of a first class instrument. and has always
been. awarded the highest Premium wherever ex
hibited. Its One Is full, sonorous and sweet. Tne
workmanship. for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from $5O to $l5O, aceording to
style and finish.) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Piano.
ESTEE'S COTTA'IE ORGAN
'Stands at the bead of all reed Instruments, in pro
ducing the most perfect pipe quality of tone or 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 " VON HUMANA
TREMOLO" Is only to be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $O5O. All guaranteed for Ave
BARR, RNAIEE & BUEITLER,
nlli9 No. 12 ST. CLAIM STREET.
KNABE & CO.'S
AND }IMES BROS. PIANOS ,
For sale on monthly and quarterly payments.
ani9 43 Fifth street. Sole Agent.
M'CORD ee CO.,
131 WOOD STREET,
Are now ready with • LARGE AND SELECT
HATS, CAP'S AND FURS,
All9O. Manufacturer, Wbolisale and Retail Dealer
In TRUNKS, VALISES. ie.. No. .11.32 SMITH
FIELD STREET. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Orders promptly Ailed and satisfaction guaranteed.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
LEAF TOBACCO. ABB SEGA.BE,
No. 8 SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Coro
‘1 PITTSBURGH, PA.
Branch of 17A Water street, N. Y.
apt:n77 ' DANIEL P. DIVAN.
R. eSz W. LTENICIIVSON •
Manntactuiers and 110412lers !n'
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars,
erSt No 6 FIEDREAL.ST.. AVWS43I33,NY•
No. • I MITHPTIELVBTiIdIIeT,
Between Soiventh and I..lbeitY.
8 1123' 0113111241341,00 N attached.
• . Coke'Bideeirlk Confectioner,
_ D Et IN
• °PIU ell 4 DOM: 4 EOI9 .0 1 : 1 m A 24178 s
No: 40, iporner !Mend and Iltohinson st Ana-
Bheny 4>T Mantua , ly on hand, log 4,1 pi
various filivora /.
TIME Git o ri n
.X AMERICAN CO
• :y. ; •
BUTAIN-HOLE? 011MEAKINii .
•IT MAR .110Z411.1.U .
BEING iILI39OI,I7TELY THE 'liEpT- FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, _AND IN
YASHIRO ALLY THE CHEA PEST.
.W402:46 wanted sa 1 LAMMaehlne:
• ,Crii.A.S. ,
Arent fa_ i'Vreetorn Penn ylvsola:
Dorn FIFTH AND HAMMY , BYDATIR over
IHA r ardeon's Jewelry Store. • ' vorzneee '
SHEIETINGB AND BATTING.
ErLDIESI, HELL /tmay_'
ANCHOR COTT9N MILLS,
eITTSIIUBc U., '
Kum ‘ttaris of MULTI inwrci,x iod 148ELT
SHEETINGS AND BATTING:
.REUR AND PERFUMERY.
4TORN PECK 0 Ornantelnal Hair
RAID WOlDczet AND PERFUMER, No. 113
Third street. near Smithfield, -,Pltteburghl
Always on hand, a general .aseortzneuiel Lett
W1G43, - BANDS, OUR_ ,1.13 - eptlesnenss'WloB;
pgg,d, BOALPS, GUARD OALINS, BRAOXLETIS,
4 r& A P° 4- An 4 484,1 111 1,bicgiVeh fez
Lunde and , Gentiamenti Ilatzt : Cattlagdonet
the siesta% 112104014 '‘
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HATS AND CAPS.
DLL= IN ALL 1UNI)13 or
TIUMISINGS AND NOTIONS.
THE arnxinolc Or
Wholesale and Retail Buyers
Is invited to onr Ernunavz STOCK of
'umbrae! is nem
and I Goods,
"onn I sons;
mid . an Flow'
i 1 'elects, C
t I ones, Orna
, UR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Dress, Clo and Mantilla Trimmings;
t'rlnges, H adings, Gimps;
Trimming aces and Satins;
Loops, But one, all shades; .
Plain and S aded Velvet Ribbons; . .
Embroider es;Handkerchlefs; .
Laces and ace Goods;
Dotted Ne e, Grenadines;
Crape Veil , Lace Veils;
Linen Con r an and Cuffs, Hosiery, Gloves;
Ladies' aGent's Merino Underwear;
Gent's Fu lshing Goods;
'Corsett, oop Skirts;
The "La elle" and "Boulevard"Balmorals•
A newl t Just received. '
Reltings, 'males, Jot Chains, Wersteds;
Java Can 8, Germantown Wools,
Knitting sins, Fancy Goods and Notions,
all that Is new and desirable in
here, Velvets, Crapes;
is, Frames, Ornaments, &c,
Straw and .
Uro De Nal
Which we eft r at the VERY LOWEST EASTEILN
raioNs. Wholesale Booms up stairs.
JOS H HORNE &
tel 4: 77 &79 hfli BEET STREET.
Sewing Silk and Bullion.
1,200 Pair of Real French Corsets
White and Colored only 50 cents a pair.
A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF YARNS
IN ALL COLORS
THE NEW PAINS
"LA BELLE BALMORAL."
Gent's Pall and Winter Underwear.
LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOOD'
The largest supply and finest patterns of
Ladies' & Misses' Balmoral Hosiery
WOOL HOODS AND SACQUES
Kid and Silk Gloves.
Rs The VERT LOWEST PATES to Jobbers
MACRUM, GLYDE &
'TS and SO Market Street.
PRICES MARKED DOWN
MACRUM & CAI ,LISLE'S,
N 0.19 Fifth Street.
ALL 'GOODS GREATLY REDUCED
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladlei.%) f0r.... ,
COlifillTS, (Real Preach,)
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. 3 tor—.
KID GLOVES. (warranted.)
200 . Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good) 5
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c.....
MEN'S BUMMER ITN DEBSEIRTEI
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS
All kinds Bonnets and Hata at Half Cost
KIND OF 000108.
Special Hates to Merchants It Dealers.
taeastnn & cerausLa,
MaL ESTATE AGENTS.
JOHN D. BAILEY 4lr. BRO.,
STOCKAND'REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Are prepared to sell at Auction STOOKS, BONDS,
and all kinds of SECVRITIES, REAL ESTATE,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. At 0., either on Rio
premises or at the Board of Trade Rooms.
Particular attention Paid. as heretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale.
Sales of Real.Estateln the country attended.
Oilice. No. LID FOURTH STREET. jyti:sll4
• ON BOND AND MOBTOAGB. - •
• OEIO. M. pwrunr.
1,101 • - 00 Smithtlald street.
.., . .
• - . ___ • _
lirilTWIN CITY MULTE'OO. I
E usaufsctore a superior 'article of •
nootl-zro sz.A T E.
arm* 48 Seventh St . 4 Pitteburgh,
• '.lr. S. NICWM.STER,PreaIt.
-112,26 , 04 "
ITTSBERGH PAPER MANE.
PAOTUBING COMPANY. Manufacturers
. . .
PRINTING ANDWRAPPING PAPERS.
lusrtozir Nit ri,4 11 2 0110 1, 2. 010 °.
nlenTurt isztLi- ORTON. Pa.
• ;Or irsaieriopnF,,
No.Si Third Areelt, Pittsburgh, Pa
Ovrininti-4.110115T NAIIT.TB., President.
JNO. B: LIVINGSTON; Treasurer,
BAIIIINLitIDDLE. Seeretary: •
Dnisownig—Alignst HartJe, John
Hartman, Joint.% •-• • -
Cub paid for Paver Stook. ' Jamas
TICE /4313 / FE! D e aler ,
or4ersierttere itiret street iirmi t e wsi re
calve proibttattfintlon. Vigolb rubbi b Pitt&
bargb aad4ueKheW. • 7:08
INICYVV ' COrrere y
r31=4. - warC9C)7IZ/Eiy
AT WM. BENTLEYS,
White Blankets, /
, Rob Roy Flannels,
AT LOWEST PRICES,
19 FIFTH 6THEZT.
180 and 182 Federal St, Allegheny.
COITNTIt' BARR'D FLANNELS,
J. IkMMIM) & CO'S,
BLACK & WHITZ AND COLORED BARRED
LANNELS. . - -
warra COUNTRY FLANNELS
BED AND YELLOW FLANNELS.
WHITE FLANNELS, best make..
BED AND GREY. TWILLED FLANNELS.
BLEACHED CANTON FLANNELS.
BLANKETS, a tall assortment.
CASSAIREES, KENTUCKY JEANS.
Sir Remember the PI bee t
No. 63 St.'elair, near Liberty St.
87. BURNET_ titiUtlET. 87.
NEW PALL GOODS
: , 74104011k .'F:',:rffILL2W;
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.
180 and 182 Federal Street,-
Boys' Underwear, _
`Hoods, Woolen Yam,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 62 St. Clair Street.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTH'
NEW. CARPETS !
ARRIVED AND ARRIVING.
WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF Al
immense stock of every de-
seription of CARPETINGS,
new styles, for Fall Sales,
and which will be con-
stoutly added to during the
ME VERY LOWEST CASH PRICE
FALL . SaNOCIK
NEWEST STYLES !
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSSEU
TWO AND TmErth..p. Plat
ALL WOOL .1316=103; In great vario
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DRUGGETS, all Width s
Our .stock Is the largest and moot desirable I
have ever offered to the trade.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO:
21 F 1212111. • STREET.
FALL GOODS. - -
FIRST MUM: OF THE SLiSOI
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
CAIEUE9E r IPS,
JUST OPENED AND OFFERED AT THE
OLIVER II'CLINTOCK &
No. 23 Fifth Street
AT POPIELAR PRICES.
M'FARLAND & C0L7.13
Newest and Best Patterns
AT THE LOWEST PRICE
LACE AND NOTTINGHAM
CURTAINS AND CORNICE
IIeFARLAI'M & - COLLIN
71 and 73 Fi.fth street. '
Next Building to 11. S. Custom Home & Poeta:
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
BIRTH SOUR EMU
An infallible rionedy_foi Bummer Complaint, /5
rhei, Dysentery, Vomiting, Sour stomach
NI maw oar cut
A specific ;An Cholera, Cramps and Pats la
Stomach, for sale by . _
Corner at Liberty and Wayne Strei
J. saaoomwmv. & SON'S
PURE WI:TrrE ,
McCOVIII VERDITER GREER
The only green paint that will not deteriorat : i
exposure. It will look better. Last longer and
more e terfcset satisfaction than any paint
DYER .AND SCOURNR,
EL J. LANCE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
no. a eiT. cz..ean EmmE'
And. Sae. 185 and IST Third Street -
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Noramentoorner er welt Common. Alleabe
A.TVATER, & 00.
Rive on band or prepare on /NA notice R
and Step Stones, VlegA tor,.Sitiewsiks, B c
Vaulter, a°. Head and Tomb atones, ae•
Orders promptly executed. Itices reaziLhab