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HAIL TO )111E CHIEF IN HO IN.
BY STANLEY WAI:EitLOO•
flail to the clil4 who in silence advances, '
The champlot •Of freedom. the chosen of fame.
Wherever she sunbeam of liberty glances.
A theme are his actions, a watchword his name,
' From the Pacine's sand
To the Atlantic's strand. "-
The heart of each patriot beats in his cause,
tic who, with ready steel„
Struck•for the nation's weal,
31aintaining her rights and upholding her laws.
The stream that can wrest with the force of a giant,
The rock- from its bed. rushes silently on:
The man with Ira iron will. fearless, reliant.
Dealbth not In vain boasts ere his labor is done.
Ms no m a Melons tongue, -
Worit in g the country wrong,
Dividing our eift,rts, sup orting our foes;
Ills was no middle cour , e,
Going from bad to worse.
Refesing to u.d where he dare not oppose.
When war over all Spread its darkening. pinions.
And thousands w-re bleeding . our country to save:
When our Ilag wastlebase , ‘ by the traitorous
Apd land was engulphed in the terrible wave;
as the mountain rock
roof to the tempest's shock,
Boldly e stood with his resolute hest..
the battle's brunt
I Dashed on his iron front. , •
The traitors were broken, their victory lost.
Though the strife Iwith the bayonet and bullet is
Yet again to the triumph he's leading no on,
To uphold the eaust, so nobly defended.
Ann by wisdom pr serv.• v. hat by rater he won.
"Peace," Is our battle cry,
ttltes•e and equality:"
While from each Southern hill, valley and plain, -
. Jibing the silentair
Soldiers who pet 'shed there,
Arising exhort us to conquest again.
When autumn's arrayed in the robes of November,
And the struggle for justice and liberty done.
Then shall the traitors have cause to rememeer.
The battle they lost and the b the we Won
Telling the people's will.
Proving them local still.
Then shall the spirit o. Preedom arise:
Say with a mighty voice.
. "Grant Is the'nailon's choicer
Ring the glad tidings aloud to the sklea!
—New York bootblacks have struck.
granite coffins are very fashiona
—Mosquitos are dying of cold in New
—The heirs of Anneke Jans still persist
—Last Week Walt Whitman went on his
—From - ss;to $1.3 per acre is the price of
land in lowa.
—Forty-five of Auber's operas have been
produced in Paris.
—Philadelphia bricklayers !support the
NeW York strikers.
—Counterfeit siver half , dollars , have ap
peared in San Francisco.
—Bonner is going to build himself a pal
ace on Fifth avenue, New Yotik. •
—New York and Italian I opera won't
recognize each other at all this,year.
—Mrs. E. Cady Stanton is going to try
to re-introduce tho bloomer excitement. •
-225 pounds is die weight of the Queen
of Spain, yet she is a very light- woman.
—Signor A. Dorsy has been appointed
k Consul of the Kingdom of. Italy in Cjneln
—A. fine new market house htts just been
completed in Philadelphia, the city of mar
—Some one in San Francisco has inven
ted a circular floating battery for harbor de
—Two mountains in Europe, both in the
Caueassian chain, are higher than Mont
--The French 'Treasury got 177,000,060
of fifancs from tliLir tobacco_ monopoly last
—Paris consumes two million pounds of
grapes every year, besides a good deal of
—Geo. - Vandenhoff is to read Tenn Yawl
and Longfellow throughout the country this
—"Madame Barclay, twenty-six years
old," is the sfficial Parisrecord of Kenken's
—St. Louis . barbers have gained their
point, and keep their shops open now on
--American Marine Insurance Companies
have lost nearly eleven millions of dollars
—Chicago has French and Italian Opera,
Foul Play and Joe Jefferson, and calls it
self a capital.
—Vermont, Colorado, - New lilexico,
Maine—We're. out of, breath, but will go
on next month: -- • -
—The latest Deinocratic bit of cheek is
that of the Boston Post when it speaks of the
—Two million gallons of petroleum ex
ported in one, week, is the way Pittsburgh
men do bulness in Philadelphia.
—Sig hundred families of rmenian Chris
tians from Turkey have an agent in Vir
ginia looking for lands for them/to settle on.
—The Duc d'Aumaie has offered his villa
at Twickenham, England, to M. de Roche
fort as a permanent residence .during his
—We will have a new edition of the
oweL of lioratius when Seymour• comes to
foot the bills in November after Grant's
—The finest private collection of jewel&
in Ne.wYork, is said to-be that of a young
daughter of an ex-street contractor, valued
—Prince Napoleon and M. de Monstier
are said to be:trying to persuade - the Empe
ror to get possession of the Rhenish:frontier
even at the risk of a war.
- 7 -Semmes still persists in the strange be
lief that he is a. lecturer, and is going to
'speak for the benefit of the "Confederate
Eenevolent Association" in Nashville.
--Red .Tacket, the Indian Chief, has been
warning through the spiritual mediums,
that trouble will come upon every one who
kills the poor innocent Indians out west.
—What do German lalioring men think
ofa Hoff•mann for a laboring man's candi
date in New York? Hoff-narrl would be
more fitting if he really expects' to succeed.
• .The Venezuela system of taking c,are of
lunatics is said to be a good One for that
climate ; they are suffered to go at large,
and no attention 1.3 paid to them and they do
no harm. t • • -
Bridget Mary O'Toole is not, romantic
name, but its Hibernian,possessor swam out
into'the lea st Nahant and at the risk of her
own saved the lives of two drowning ladies.
The Humane society will give her a medal.
—There are sixteen preachers, thirty-nine
farmers, eight merchants, eight pedagogues,
seven doctors, seven builders, six carpenters,
four lawyers, four coach makers, three
tailors and two masons in the South Caroli
—An exchange thinks if the Missionaries
want to hold their prayer meetings in the
headquarters of vice, they had better drop
John Allen and Tommy Hadden, and go to
the New York City Hall at once:
—The Richings Opera troupe, the White
Fawn, with Bonfanti and Sohlke, and the
Can-Can with Ventreroli, the Hanlon
Brothers, Waugh's Italia, Hooley's .and
Carncross and Dixey's minstrels, - are all
—When watching the Post doing its re
cent examples in arithmetic and declaring
its astounding results, Boker's words seem
Beneath the scorn of everyeye
How eloquent their voice, sound.
—Frank Blair fought the, rebels and now
fraternizes with them, which caused some
one to effuse as follows:
O Frankr he can tight
And 1.., tinky he can slay
But, when his enemt-a come in sight
He with them.walks away.
—ln order to convince themselve of vic
tories in Maine and Vermont the emo9ra
cimust nearly have exhausted their lie-abili
ties; so before the October elections comd off
we advise them to lay in a lot of saponifier
or other concentrated lye.
—No one need think that Pennsylvanians,
because they supported President Lincoln
in the repudiation of the bonds of the black
man, will also) support the repudiation of
any other bonds. That is by no means: a
logical sequence or a fact.
—Last week three barks one brig and one
steamer, took 467,7713 gallons of petroleum
out of Philadelphia-to foreign ports, making
the total exports this year amount to 27,-
562,677 gallons, since the first of January.
Twenty-five vessel's are now chartered and
loading with petroleum in that port.
--The stock yard for cattle in Chicago
comprises 345 acres, (of which 90 are
planked); 25,000 cattle pens; artesian wells
that supply 700,000 _gallons of water per
day; and seventeen miles of railroad connec
tions with all the lines which run into the
city. It is a town for cattle, on the most
—The Hartford, Conn., National Screw
-Company haS bought a large piece of prop.
erty in that .ity on which it intends to erect
large works, consisting of two buildings,
obe of one story and one of far, but each
150 feet long. This company, which now
`employs fifty hands, will largely increase
the number of employes when the new
works are ready. ._.
—A Bury (England) paper -says: "It
having been known that bees were working
in the roof of All Saints' Church, from
which honey had been obserVed to flow for
some time past, • Mr. Barber, the church
clerk, obtained authority from the church
wardens to remove them, and in doing so
obtained no less than a hundred-weight of
—The eldest son of Don Juan de Bour
bon has officially declared himself to be
Charles VII., and wants to be King of
Spain. This kingdom has had more than
its share of the Bourbon torture, and to get
rid of the Queen merely to take the Bour
bon King is a very risky experiment, if
they have revolution, they surely might
have an effectual one at once.
—The creditors of residents in Virginia
will soon be able to recover the debts due
them. • The stay-law of that State expires
by limitation on the Ist of next. January.
The original act, passed March 2, 1866,
was operative until January 1, 068, but on
March .2, 1867, another act was passed
amendatory of the first, and extending its
operation to January 1, 1869.
—Tar water, it is asserted, may be empipy
ed for dying silk and wool withl the color
called gris cendre or ash-gray. The stuff is
first mordanted with weak perehloride of
iron, by soaking in, the solution for some
hours. It- is then drained and passed
through the bath of tar water. r The oxy
phenate of iron; which is thus Preciptated
on the fabric, gives a very solid color.
—"Generf Sam Cary's title jis perhaps
a little apocryhal. Some one hais taken the
trouble to examine all the military registers
of the Union army and can't find Cary
there, so he was perhaps dubbed in the ex-
Confederacy, or, ',more probably, has as
sumed the title with the gold headed cane,
gilt watch chain, etc l ., the mere to resemble
the horny handed working man he affects to
—Ritualism in Canada has received de
cided marks of disapproval from the Pro
vincial Synod of the Church of England,
now in session in • Montreal. On Friday,
the Synod adopted a resolution forbidding
the elevation of the elements, the use of
incense, the mixing of water with wine,
the use of the wafer—bread, of lights on the
communion table and the wearing of vest
ments while saying prayers.
—As the champion wicked man is begin
ning to pall on the-palates of sensation
gourmands,a.new champion has been found,
it is the champion musquito which was cap
tured In the interior of New York, is foil!.
and three-eighth Inches in length, and
twelve dollars has been refused for him by
his` owner. We, ourselves, profcss to be a
cennoiseur in mosquitoes,-but never have
seen anything quite so large in that line.
—The following verse can be committed
to memory by the little Democrats whoFe
fathers ,calculate according to the Poet's
"Twie:e one is five,
. Carry four makes seven;
Twice six is twenty-nine,
And eighteen's eleven;
Andletween you and me,
It is very plain to see
We can carry all the States
By the double Tule of three."
A NEW Yonx paper says: A. sensation
was created among the uptown people this
morning by the discoTery of thelperfeet re
mains of a human foot and leg, embedded
in some granite, which the quarryinen are
blasting at the corner of Tenth avenue and
Forty-second street. , The granite is a pale
color, and the human remains are perfectly
black. The questicins for the philosophers
and the ethnologists now are, are these the
relics of some primeval man, and was this
primeval man black?
URGH GAZETTE : WEDNESDAY. SEPTENBER, 2
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN ARTIFICIAL
TEETH ARE ORDERED.
. A BULL BET FOR $l3. •
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
A7B PENN STREET, 31:1 DOOR ABOVE RAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE BFECIMENt3 OF GENUINE VULCAN
, WELDON & KELLY
Manufactureis and Wholesale Dealers hi
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS. •
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS:,
-N0„147 Wood Street. -
seN.n22, Between sth and Oth•Acenues
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &O.
T_T YDRAULIC CEMENT.
" A-A- 130.it? STONE,
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS.
IIYDILItIIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE,
Cheapest and best Pine In the market. Also, RO
SENDALE HYDRAULIC CEMENT for sale.
B. B. & C. A. BROCILETT & CO.
Oftlee and Manufactory-240 REBECCA ST.,
Allegheny. Sir Orders by mall promptly attended
to. r 93
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C.
BuZiTTHF'uOI I NEDSTB.AO2p CHEALI! -
Schomacker's Gold Nodal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCUOMACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known In the con
-strut:don of a first class instrument. and has always
been awarded the blithest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from 050 to $l5O, (according to
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTEY'S COTTMIE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed insfrinnents, In pro
ducing the most perfect pipe quality 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 be found dn this Organ.
Price from $lOO to t. 550. All guaranteed fur tics
BARB, EialiT, & BUMMER,'
Mll9 1 No. 12 ST. CLAIR STREET.
AND HAINE.S BROS. PIANOS,
For, sale on monthly and quarterly payments
HATS AND CAPS.
ArCORD & CO.,
Are now ready with a CARO?. AND SELECT
IMAL°I I S 3, 0C.E1.3P
M . AI TIN LIEFILER,
HATS. CAPS AND FURS,
Also. Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In TRUNKS, VALISES. Ac., No. 132 'SMITH
FIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Orders promptly Oiled and satisfaction guaranteed.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
LEAF TOBACCO AND SEOUL%
No. S SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Com.
memo Building s )
Branch of 172 Water. street, N. Y.
spi:n77 DANIEL F. DINAN.
J . F.DnErarrsorT,
Manntactareze and Deafen In
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &0.,
'No 6 FEDERAL BT.. ALLEWILISTYII
HENRI W. HORBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. MOO SMITHFIELD BTEUBT,
• Between Seventh and Liberty.
oaf LADIES' OYSTER SALOON attached
*Fancy Cake Baker &. Confectioner,
- AND DZALER IA
FOREIGN &DOMESTIC FRUITS & NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streets, Alle
gheny. Coustairly on hand, ICE CREAM, of
muE GREAT: AMERICAN COII
AND SEWING DIACIEEPTE.
IT. HAS NO . EQUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY' THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN-
- • I • TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
ifit'Agenta wanted to sell Oils Machine.
CHAS.' Q. iseiusiumne,
f tlA tn A f re nla.
(orner, FIFTH Western
Rlebardson , s Jewelry Store. ni
: 4iitkr ell.to 4 0)1-1014 tUeli
E[4.14131E81 BOWL &
ANCHOR COTTON M1L!..%
ktanO :tureraof HEAVY HISDItIM, and LIGHT
ANCHOR £1!1) .MAGNOLIA
SHEETING& AND BATTING.
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
1 - 01 IN PECIk," Ornamental Hair
HAIR WORKER AND PERFUMER, No. 133
bird street. near Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
Always on hand, a general assortment of Ladles'
WIGS, 13ANDS, CURLS:, Gentlemen's WIGS, TO.
PEES, SCALPS, GUARD CHAINS, BRACELET'S,
&c. 4Gr A good Price In cash will be given for
RAW HAIR. _
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Flair Cutting donel
the neatest manner, mbZuj
HENRY H. COLLINS,
25 Wood street.
43 Fifth street, Sole Agent
131 WOOD STREET,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS Or
TRIBIREINGS. AND. NOTIONS.
AT 77 AND 79 MARKET ST:
YARNS AND' ZEPHYR.
BERGMAN'S SUPERIOR ZEPHYR-9, 4 and S
fold. all shades, just opened.
ITNITTI‘NG AN L) ZEPHYR. YARNS.
CASHMERE AND SAXONY YARNS, all colors
An extra quality COUNTRY YARN.
AFGHAN and ZEPHYR NEEDLES and HOOKS.
Wholesale and Retail.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
TIKESS, CLOAK AND
- 3 --" I
BULLION. SILK, IORDONET and CHENEAL
M.I.S AND HEADINGS, All Eha , 1 'to match.
VELVET RIBBONSk Wahl and shaded. all colors.
SILK. SATIN AND'VELVET RIBBONS.
LOOPS AND ORNA
A Complete Assoitment Just Opened, nt
i_. JOSEPH HORNE & CO.'S.
Foreign and Domestic, Cotton, Wool and Merino
Plain, Fancy and Ribbed. for t miles, Gent's and
Children, at Slanuraeturers prices, •
HEROD AND WOOLEN UNDERWEAR,
AU sizes, quallties k and prices, for Ladles, Gent's
MI Children. Making a speciality of these depart•
inents.' we can offer , upertor inducemente to buyers
AhhOltr.nENT AN]) ERICE.
110131VE d CO.
Sewing Silk and Bullion.
1,200 Pair of Real French Corsets.
White andpolored only 50 cents a pair.
A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF YARNS,
IN ALL COLDER
THE NEW PARIS
"LA BELLE BALMORAL."
Gent's Fall and Winter Underwear.
LMiIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
The largest supply and finest patterns of
Ladies' & Misses' Balmoral Hosiery.
WOOL HOODS AND SACQUES
and Silk Gloves.
"•-• The VERY LOW EST• RATES to Jobber's
MACRUILE, GLYDE & CO.,
7S and SO Market Street.
p)RICES MARKED DOWN T
MACRUM & C.4:US=SE'S,
NO. 19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
ON MiD iFTEft JULY IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles',) for ' 50c
CORSETS, (Real French,)
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 for
HID GLOVES. (warranted.)
P &PER COLLA RS
200 Yds. SPOOL OOTTON, (good)
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c
MEN'S SUMMER UNDEESEILR.TS
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS 75
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Hall Cost.
irTA-T-S. BINDS OF GOODS.
Special Bates to Merchants & Dealers.
raecnuni & CARLISLE,
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115 FOURTH ST. 115.
JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO.,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ire prevared to seal at Auction STOCIES,__BONDS,
and all kinds of SECURITIES, REAL ESTATE,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. &e., either on the
premises or at the Board of Trade ROOMS.
Partieulai attention paid. as heretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale.
Sales of Real Estate in the country attended.
Office. No. 113 FOURTH STREE'T.t -Jy8:8114
$lO.OOO T o
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.'
tnylfi Beal Estate Agent. 60 Smithfield street.
friffTWlN CITY" SLATE CO.,
nnilseture a superior article of
trOffice, 48 Seventh Pillabirgb i Pie
J. S. NENVMEYER. Pres't.
IiDITTSBUILG : PAPER MANIT.
A. FACTORING. COMPANY, Manufacturers of
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS.
MILL—NEW BRIGHTON , ; PA.
• ()mom AND wmucuotraz,
N 0.82 Third Street, Pittsburgh Pa.
OrTioune--ATiGYrift HART.TP, President. -
JNO. B. LIVINGS ON, Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIDDLE. Secretary.,
DinatCrOug—Augrat Hart u le, John Atwell., B. B
Hartman, John B..!•:ington.
Cash paid for rimer Stock. Jahnoiel
,ICE= ICEI ICE 1
WX.. KREBS, Ice Dealer, •
Na 5 DIAMOND Pittsburgh.
Orders left here or at Hand Street Bridge will re
ceive prompt attention. - . Wagons running In Pitts
burgle and Allegheny, 7:04
COUNTRY BARR'D FLANNELS,
J. Z. BURCHFIELD & CO'S,
BLACK & WHITE A.ND COLORED BARRED
WRITE COUNTRY FLANNELS.
RED AND YELLOW FLANNELS
WHITE FLANNELS, beet-makes
RED AND GREY TWILLED FLANNELS
BLEACHED CANTON FLANNELS
BLANKETS, a full assortment
CASSIMEBES, KENTUCKY JEANS
4ar Remember the place
87. MARKET STREET.. 87.
NEW FALL GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 MARKET STREET.
.e 8: •
19 FIFTH STREET
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BLACK SILKS. \
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
Ur No. 168 Wylie Street..an
168. • 1813,
• cap3o:n4o) •
APOLLO INSTITUTE, 80 Fourth
AVENUE. artEngilsh, Ecleatifie and
hool.for Carla and Boys, conducted by JAMES.
M. !SACRUM and 'MART F. BS:WHIM,A iron-
Ise, with AIR
.partieulars, references, ate"; •sent on
.application. Am. ng the gentlemen to wit Con refer.
once May be made are the following: Rev. Dr: Alli
son, Wm. Begalsy,Esq., kt. Brunet, Esq., Rev.
Dr. Dick. non, Rv. •• Dr. Douglas, Ron. Russell
JOhn Harper. -Esq..
Rev. Dr. Jacobus. R. Dr. "err, W. bleOlintoelt.
Bon¢bJoha B. McFadden, aq., -Sidney. F. Von
orst, Esq.,,tion. Thos. Williams. 5e19:x.38
A ELEDMED9( CITY. ACADEMY,
'AND' OONWEDDLiIi OOLLBEIE,
No., 101 AXi INDER Oyer Allegheny Savings
Daily Mullane: Scienti ß ll k. e. from 83 A. Y. to 1 P.m. -
Commercial: A to 454 P. M.
Nye Mug SeAsion: Scientific and Commercial, 7 to
9r ' IL • 'J. M. PRYOR I m
B. S. 4°l3Birin.cipals.
Pho titixt regular session will commence en
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IST, •
In EXCELSIOR II Pt LL, Federal street, Allegheny.
NIX T. E. WAKEHAM, Principal. 'VIII receive
pupil 1s at the on Monday, August 31
A VERY ,LARGE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.
WO OD STREET.
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
No. 52 St.' Clair, near Liberty St.
BY A. M'ILWA.I3E.
Coiner of Centre lvenue and Miner Str
7 LOTS AND 2 HOUSES.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, September 28th,
o'clock, will be sold, on the premises, the vain
Gormley property In Ilinersvtile now City of I'
burgh. at present occupied by W. H. Gormly.
and which has been sub-divined into seven des
ble Lots, situate at corner of Centre Avenue
Lot No. 6 6176 feet front on Mtnt . r street ant
feet•ln depth along the side next to l'enire Ave .
being about 100 feet in dept it along the other:
on w nigh is the two-story Brick_ Double \l unit
containing hall, double parlor, dr:twing-room
dining-room on Ur:AIL:or; tire chain:rent on tie•
door; two tinished.attlesi hasenteut. kitchen
wash house. with sink and hydrant in kitchen
good cistern connected with wash house. Die
room and kitchen connected with dumb Wa.
Near to house is a well of good water, 'covered
grape arbor, and grounds wanted In m ein tree:
Lot No. 7 Is an adjoin lug lot ou earner of et
'avenue, having NO feet aunt on Miner street,
being in depth v k feet on one Due ;Ind 38 fe .
the to her.
Lot No. 1 contains about oue-quarter act
ground, fronting 150 feet on :inner stre, t,
two story frame dwelling. containing six redo
AL:o. spring hou-e. fruit trees. &c.
Lots Nos. 2, 3. 4 and 5 arc each fronting 24
on Mloer street, with depth from IDO to 123
with fkult tree &c.
Ti Is handsomely situate and eery desirable 1
erty Is passed by the Mincrivilit - F - tStreet Cars b
lug It Into easy c , dninunication with lower 1:
the city. Those wishing are incited to examin
property before day of sale.
Terms of tale—One•tbird cash, balance In on'
two years. with Inter , st.
se2.l A. McILWAINS, Auction(
BY PALMER & PHILLIPS•
PALMER & PHiLLIPS,
And Commission Merchant!
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROC
No. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, P
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPE'
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENI.
Consfirnments Solicited. Prompt
CARPETS AND OIL CLOT
NE WEST STYLES !
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSS
TWO AND •rirrimp. PL
ALL WOOL UGRADS, In great w,t
AT PERT LOW P111.Cy.4
DRUGGETB, a / With
MEDALLION DRUGGETR, 1,)
NV . NDOWSIIAL
Our stock Is the largest and most desirat
have ever offered to the trade.
BOVARD, ROSE & C
21 ETETII STREET.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF THE SEA
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
JUST OPENED AND OFFERED AT T
OLIVER TRINTOCK &
No. 23 Fifth Street.
AT POPULAR PRICE.
M'FARLAND & COLE
Newest and Best Pattern.
AT THE LOWEST PRIG
LACE. AND NOTTINGNADI
CURTAINS. AND CORNIC
111cFAHLANI) & COLL]
71 and 73 FlitlL Street.
Next Building to 11. 8. Custom House .1. Pos
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21st, 1868. Everything relating to Dili lard
beat quality and lowest prince always on ha
Our NEW CUE TRIMMER, Patented M
1868, price 151.50." great success.
Mluatrated price listasent on appllcatlon.
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93. 61S. 67-and 69 ,CROSBY s ' r., Nen' Yo
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DRAIN PIPE ,
All sixes, from one totwentT-font—lnches at
DON & KELLY'S. agents tor manufacture
Wood street, between Fifth and Slut' etre(