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/For the Pittsburgh Cazette.l
Awl'ee a dark, dreary' line hnd a line of blood,
• ine strewn with fragments of life,
Through the dark, dank swamp and the tenderness
A line of tierce turmoil and e trite. •
'Twits a line of entrenchments high and strong.
Protecting an insolent
Of dl cb and redoubt and abattis prong,
A line of death and . of woe.
_ . .
His chieftain's told tales of losses immense.
Of battalions swept off at a surge,
Of-death in the path of the boldest advance,
Of martial strains turned to a dirge:
Of dense tangled wildwood, of Intricate trail,
And of morass. and gully, and glen—
Andthillitisal3ll3 gulf, and of fa , homiess swan,
And of swift rushing currents to stem.
'Tins a terrible line to the gallant chief,
' That must snow. r Jehovah'. demand,
For.. the lives of ten tho sand to tall an the strife
I And the life of ourli berty's land.
. lint be blanched not with fear at the vision of blO - od,
;And of phantoms of death by the way:
-At %he tadof the line far Col • mule stood
Unchained and in spo.less array.. '
'His heart wee uplifted to lfearen's bright shrine,
For st ength to eneounter the toe.
As lats columns he wheele bankse left into line,
' And advanc: d from the of the Po.
He dreamed not that Fame her bright.lustre would
As hl3-words Mil of eottragd sublime. '
deolayed with smile, as the columns be led:
"I will tight at out, boys, on this liner'
`Twits a triumpht line that led to the goal
Of Peace, and a e nations will chaunt, -
For ages to come, that name on Fame's acroll.
And slag of the triumphs of GRANT!
' ' A. Mai.
When lovely woman stoops to frolic
And rues the ruse, alas too late,
What balm shall so the her melauehulle
`What art shad set her backup straight?
The only thing for her disaster,
T. e only way her woo to end,
Is to apply a mustard plaster;
If she won't uo It; let her bend
—Prince Dolgdrousy is dead.
-Omaha hai 1800 inhabitants.
—St. Louis'has a naturalized Chinese.
13weet sixteen is the newest perfume
—The veteran actor John Sefton is dead.
—There arc eighteen daily newspapers in
—Frank Blair left Omaha on Monday for
—Carlotta Patti is to sing this winter in
.=—Tennessee is still suffering from the cat
—There were 515 deaths in New York
city last week..
—There is a local news report© r in Des
Moines, lowa, who is
—The ex-King of Haiover, has had his
—A $125 bonnet is for sale
York millinery establishment.
—Fifty cents a head is said to be the price
in Texas for beeves of the best quality,
--Henry Ward Beecher is said to be
worth $150,000, and we Wish it was more.
—" Sure Saymore is well named," said
Pat, "he aiwus did say more nor he knew."
—A whole family of sea serpents now
disport themselves in Owens Lake, in Cali
—Savrinnah is the most flourishing town
in the Bouth,-.it possess thirteen steamboat
—There are more than one hundred holises
ifth Avenue which rent for $40,000 a
season. She believes in doing everything.
—One of the new streets in Hamburg has
been named Lincoln, in memory of the
—A New York paper says that the All
England Eleyen are the wicket-est men in
the United States.
—An occasional mad dog is all Chicago
has been ableto do in the way of sensations
for some time now.
. 7 -The Chinese embassadors learned to
play euchre and liked it. Civilization will
thus break into China,
—Kentucky has a very brisk export trade
just now, sending large numbers of Demo
cratic voters into Indiana:
—An exchange says a first class funeral
costs, in New York, $924; 'and even at that
price it cheaper than living.
—New Hampshire has produced a cucum
ber five feet long. It would make a pretty
pickle for family use in winter.
—An enthusiastic relic collector stole one
of the toe joints of King Rufus recently,
when his sarcophagus was opened.
—The Queen of Madagascar has decided
to send five boys of the firstl families of
Madagascar, to be educated-in Paris.
—The Grand Lodge of the Independent
order of Odd Fellows is now sitting in an
nual council at Baltimore, Maryland.
—Pet foxes are good things to have about
the house; one in Naples ate the baby
which bad been deft lying, around loose.
—Out in lowa there is said to be an or-
ganization of females who - call themselves
,Grant girls, and have for a motto' "match
—Seymour, says a Philadelphia paper,
expects Pennsylvania to go for him, and it
will "go for ,him" in the most effectual
—Some one asked the schoolmaster, who
has been abroad in this district lately,
whether he would vote for Grant or Sey-
-One - exchange says the New Jeersy Re
pnblicans are working like Beavers, to which
another adds that tken. it must he a "darn"
busilness., . •
—The Italian who invented the practical
and practicable flying machine 'broke sever
al bones in testing-1L Who will next invent
this machine ?
--Brandreth, the pill man, talks of writ
ing np his B7Lropean experiences for the N.
T. Post. His letters will then be from pill-er
to post: -Chicago Past.
—Bayard Taylor has won a comfortable
little fortune for himselt, and is said to be
worth about:Co,ooo, besides three shares in
the New York Tribune.
—A boy tn Ohio tried to see how near he
could stand to a passing railway train. The
po9r fell* probably knows," but he was
cut to pieces and had . his brains spattered
out in finding out.
—James Gordon Bennett his a fortune of
$3,000,000, which he leaves in his 'will to
h s two children, James G., Jr., and a
ughter, said to be pretty, and only sev
teen years old.
—Rumor says the Post is in league with
Radicals. Tw'..ce now it has succeeded in
misleading its - subscribers by false - reports
purporting to be from Maine, but evidently :
from iomeYthere else.
—The educational clnirges at Oxford
University, England, have been greatly
reduced. A student now only pays an- en
trance fee of twenty-five dollars, and a yearly
fee of seventeen and a half dollars.
But—Burt—Blurt-ed out something about
toil-hardened hands, sweaty brows and la
bor reform, and wouldn't commit himself
to any party: When a man tries to sit on
two stools he generally falls between them
into the spittoon and gets thrown out.
—President .Tohnson said "it is absolutely
necessary for the Democracy to carry Penn
sylvania,"uthis probably is the reason he is
pardoning so many Democrats out of the
Penitentiaries. Six whisky men who were
in fordefmuding the government have just
been pardoned. out of the Eastern Peniten
tiary by his order.
--DemOcratic roosters don't' need coax
ing to make them sing as loudly as they
know how, They seem to be as blessed
with a superabundance of lives as a cat, and
every shadow of a ghost of a hope of vic
tory brings , them out agttin. W.ll, we
can't blame them for wanting to ow, but
with so many on one post same oft I em will
have to clear out, or there will so a rim
in the hen coop.
—Kentucky is going to demand of An
drew Johnson the pardon of John C. Breek
enridge. If any man ever has the shame
lessness, and the power at the same time, to
pardon Jefferson Davis, Floyd, Rowell
Cobb or John C. Breckinridge, all of whom
were the worst of the traitors, and if that
man does pirdon them, he deserves to be
hung as high as Breckenridge, the foulest
traitor of them all, should be.
—We defy any class of men in any par
of the world to equal! the - present Demo
cracy in: defaming and blackink a man's
character. Butler, for instance. Nobody
believeithe spoon story, but still it is haul
ed out on: every occasion. If Ithis party
should ever gain possession of the White
House, (which God forbid), they would
never rest till it was blackwashed all over,
inside and out.
—Ruskin, for a wonder, praises Church's
Niagara. His mind is so warped on the
subject of America, that beautifully, sensi
bly and brilliantly as he can write on many
subjects, Its soon as he crosses the ocean his
words, sentiments and feelings become nar
row, mean and bigoted, and therefore his
praise of Church's picture receives an addi
tional value since it is forced from him thus
—A man who was put off a street car in
Cincinnati the other 'day for refusing to pay
his fare, became so enraged at the conduc
tor that he seized a huge boulder and flung
it at him. He miff i ed his aim, however, and
the rock crashed.. through a window of the
car and hit a lady, who was sitting there,
fracturing her skull badly. The man is now
under arrest awaiting developments in the
atr ,th tf fi t ti." _va ham" .rcbrti,,
—Francis Baring, head of the great:house
of Baring Brothers, in London, and third
Lord Ashburton in the English Peerage,
died on the 6th instant. He was thesecond
son of the first Lord Ashburton, and his
wife frho was a daughter of William Bing
ham, of. Philadelphia. He married a
daughter of the late Duke de Bassanno, and
was the father of the Duchess of - Grafton.
He was for eighteen years_in the House of
Commons, and for four years in the House
of Lords, having succeeded to the title in
—The New York Sun has at last probed
and exposed the great "wickedeit man"
swindle. It says : "The wickedest man is
paid $350 a month for the use of his bar
room for one honria day for religious meet
ings, provided the sale of whisky and the
former business of the place are discontinued
during that "Period." To our minds there
seems but little difference as far as wicked
ness goes, betwehn this hypocrite who has
leasid himself to ! this business and those self
styled good men who countenance and abet
his hypocrisy. A notorious rat-pit has also
been leased at $l5O per month for the same
purpose. , •
—Corry O'Lanus has heard all about those
"immense rebel' gains in Maine." He has
received-the following letter:
Squirm - I;ms, Totg.O'Lanus, Esq.:
The election in the town has gone just as
we expected. The Republicans have car
ried the town by an increased majority, but
the heaviest proportionate gain has peen on
the Democratic side, as you will see by the
1807. 1868. 1867. 1868.
Rep. vote 50 60 Dem.vote 1 2
1 Totals 151 62
The Democratic gain is 100 ,per cent.,
while the Republican gain is only 20 per
cent. At this rate the redemption of Maine
is only a question of time.
THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE.-At
a recent general meeting of the stockholders
of the Anglo-American Telegraph Company,
held on September 7th, the President, Sir
Richard A. Glass, stated that its proportion
of the earnings of the cable, from May Ist
to July 31st, nad averaged $2,462, the min
imum tariff during that period being $25.
Since September Ist, the tariff for ten words,
not exceeding fifty letters, mid been reduced
to $l5, in gold, and for the first five days'
the daily receipts had averaged $2,683, a
most encouraging increase. It is not intend
ed to make a further reduction of rates. No
satisfactdry account of the cause of the ac
cident to the cable on li.agust 3d, was given,
but it was ,stated to have occurred at the
same point-as the break of last year.
Tan REGULAR fall fashions "open" in
New :York on the 22d, and the trade are
making great preparations accordingly. It
is of .some importance to be assured that
French poplins will be much used for street
wear, and that these ars chameleon, purple
and gold, or red and blue, as well,as in
plain colors; also, that Scotch plaids, in
green, blue and brown, In woolen, will be
much need tor gatriage wraps this season.
Also, that reddish brown, in every variety
of shade, will be the prevailing color for
street wear, and that the different shades of
lavender and gray will alilo be worn, witn
suits, when harmonizing in color. Also,
that most of the new lace collars are pointed
la frjnt, aid Biakezieare.
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xo cueztes Bisi)3IIFHEIT ARTlrlotari
TEETH ARC OEDEBED.
A ETLI. VEIT FOB 68, - -
AT DIL - 1300TT'S.
STE rzszr Errazrr, SD DOOR esovs ELAED.
• ALL 'WORKWIJIBANTED. celi, AND EX
AMINEarEcuiEws OF EFENUIHE VEU,CAN
WELDON Si. KELLY, .
• Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
ANDI LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LIIBILICATENIG OILS,
N 0,147 Wood.,Street-:
se9:ral ' Between Land eth. Aven'net
CEMENT, SOAP ':,STONE, &O.
PLAlStitil, CHIMNEY TOPS.
IIYDRAULID CEMENT I DRAIN 'PIPE,
Cheapest and best Pipe in the market. Also, BO
BENDALE 111.7DRAIILIC CEMENT for sale.'
B. B. C. A. BROCKETT dc CO.
Office and Manufactory-240 REBECCA BT.,
Allegheny. Alia-Orders by mall promptly attended
BUY THE BEST AND CHEAP
ARTJ., Pl/91/0 AND ORGAN.
Schomaeker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN,
The SCHOMACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known In the Con
struction of a first clam Instrument. and has always
been awarded the : highest gremium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone Is ..full; sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for ilurability and beauty; surpass
all others. Pricer from 450 to 4150, /according to
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTEY'S OOTTAOE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed instruments, 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 at order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT 't VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to be found. In this Organ.
Price from 4100 to 4550. All guaranteed for live
BABB, KNAKE k BUETTLER, •
J*_9 I No. 191 ST. - CLAIR STREET.
AND HAINES BROS. PIANOS,
For sale on moothly and quarterly payments.
aul9 43 Fifth street, Sole Agent.
--1 -A-T-A-T-4 IT-A- r rS
C 0., •
131 WOOD 51'11.w....
Are-now ready wliti a LANGE AND SELECT
Mr.deel l Ely 4
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• 13A.71€1, CAPS AND ;.Fl7llB. -
A Igo. Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in TIOUNKS, VALISES. de., No. 13A SMITH.
YIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed.
DEAL= IN ALL lIIITDB OP
4LEAF TOBACCO AND SEGABS,
No. 8 SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Coin
Branch of 175 Water street, N. Y.
spi:n77 DANIEL P. DINAR.
R.w. p JEN
Manufacturers and Dealers la
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &a.,
vat tNhsle 6 /FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGIZZNIN
HENRY W. Heasscg,
Confeetionery and Bakery
No. 200 ShiITBEFIELD BTERET, ,
Between Seventh and Liberty.
SIIrLADIES , OYSTER SALOON attached
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
. . AND DISAIAR
-FOREIGN &DOMESTIC FRUITS & NOTES,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streets 4 Alle
gheny. Oil- Constaa+V on hand, 10E OREAII, of
HUGH B. BLODE
THE GREAT AMERICAN COM
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAS MO' EqvAL, • .
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN
' TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
air Agents wanted to sell this Machine.
Agent for Wenkern Pennsylvania.
oor — nir FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS,' over
Richardson's Jewelry Store. my28:46,4
rzi 30 V 044
HOLMES, BELL & CO., I
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
Kano %Wars of EIRAVI Min=.and. LIWIT
ANCHOR AND HAGNOTJA
SHEETINGS AND BATTING.
TORNHAIR WORE ER',AND PH_B„r_ ll ,L' l-E „,, R4 No. 133
nird street. near Smithfield, rii , ...“.
Always on handl, a general assortment of Lad l es'
WIGS, BANDS, CURLS; Oantlemen's WIGS, TO
PERS. SCALPS, GUARD CHAINS,BRACELETSI
&c. TA good Price in Muth will be
HAW 1 AIR. ',
Ladies' and Oentternea's Hair Cutting do
the neatest wanner.' rat9ria3
/WHIM IL - COLLINS,
' i 25 Wood street.
PIANOS. ORGANS. &C.
HATS D CAPS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
r'.... 77 ' 4 ' :=7 'r ZT 1 .1' 4': 7.
T TI AND 19 INAUSETST;
YARNS AND' ZEPHYR.
BERgiat.AVS_SOPRIIICIR ZEPHYR—A, 4 and
litreAref a lli s b i a t .iVi e i d kAßNS.
UABHMERE AND BAX.O.NY YARNS, all colors
l i i ntroiSV A VORNTRY YARN.
AYURAN and ZEPHYR IiEEDLES and HOOKS.
• Wholesale wad Retail.
JOSEPH- HORNE & CO..
pREss, CLOAK AND
BM . CORDONET and CHENEAL
F I NOES.
GI PS AND HEADINGS, all shades to match.
V LVET RiBLIONS, Wain and b adivi , all colors.
SI K. SATIN AND VELVET ILIBIJONS.
L OPS.AND ORNAMENTS..
ompletaAssortment Inst. Opened, at
JOSEPH 'HORN E &
4 0SIERY DEPARTMENT.
Foreign and Domestic, Cotton, Wool and Merino
Plain; Vanes and Ribbed. for adies, Gent's and
Children, at Manufacturers prices.
MERINO AND WOOLEN UNDERWEAR,
All sizes, ifualities and prices, for Ladies,. Gent's
tall Children. Making a speciality of these depart.
mean we can offer uveriortuducements to buyers
_tu ',AbSOILTriENT AND PRICE.
JOSEPH 1:10111410 •SC CO.
• . se2l:xsl
Sewing Silk and Bullion.
1,200 Pair of Real French Corsets.
Wldte and Colored only 50 cents a pair. •
A-WELL SELECTED STOCK OF YARNS,
LV ALL COLORS
THE NEW PAEIS
"LA BELLE BALMORAL."
Gent's Fall and Winter Underweaf.
LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
The largest supply and finest patterns of
Ladios' & Hisses' Balmoral Hosiery.
WOOL HOODS AND SACQUES.
Kid and Silk Gloves.
4a-The VERY LOWEST RATES to Jobbers
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
7S and SO Market Street.
paicEs MARKED DOWN!
MACRUM & CARLISLE'S,
No. 19 Fifth Street.
bu s tiDS — GlMcrEf -- iiiiUCED
ON AND AFTER, JULY IST:
HOOP /HURTS. (Ladles',)
COUEETB. (Real French, )
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 for
lUD GLOVES, (warranted.)
5100 Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good)
POCKET BOOKS, worth 10c 25
NEWS SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS 50
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS 75
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS.
Special Bates to Merchants I* Dealers.
VIACRUIR & CARLISLE,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
115 . FOURTH ST.
JOHN D. BAILEY & BRO.,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Are prepared to sell at Auction STOORB, BONDS,
and all kinds of SECURITIES, REAL ESTATE,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. - &c., either on the
premises or at the Board of Trade Booms.
Particular, attention paid, as heretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale. .
Sales of Real Estate In the country attended.
Office. No. IID FOURTH STREET. jyeisB4
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE.
GI-3E.43. M. .1E9F.2"373E.
Iyls Real Estate Agent, RO thelttitield street.
TWIN CITY SLATE CO.,
s_ll. , Manufacture a superior article.of ,
firOfflee, 48 Seventh St., ,Pittsburgh, Pe.
J. S.'NENVIIRYER, Pres't.
pITTSBURGH PAPER' , ..111A.NII.
FACTURINGCONTANY; Nanufreturera Of
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS;
oLiwroN MILL-STEHBENVILLE. omo.
BRIGHTON AULL—NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
• orinoz 'AND WAREHOUSE, •
No:B2.ThiriStreek.Pittsburgly . 'pa ;
Ornoinn—AUGUST HART ,JE Preendent. •
SAMUEL IVINGSTON, Treasurer. ,
DrnB.CT - Ona—Angre. Banjo; John- Atwell, B. B
Hartman, John B. Viltigton..
Cash paid for Paner Stock. . j529:088
ICE! ICE ICES
WM. KREBS, Ice Dealer,
No. 55 DIAMOND ALLEY, Plttolburia.
Orders left here or at Hand Street Bridge will re
ceive prompt attention. Masons running La Pitta
burgh and Allegheny. ' 7ina
COUNTRY BARR 9 D FLANNELS,
J. ffi. BURCHFIELD & CO'S,
BLACK & Vita% AND COLORED BARRED
WRITE COUNTRY FLANNELS
NED AND YELLOW FLANNELS
WIIITE FLANNELS, bestmakes
RED AND GREY TWILLED FLANNELS
BLEACHED CA/iTON FLA-NNELS
BLANKETS, a hal assortment.
B' Remember the place.
No. 62 St. Clair, near Liberty St.
Q 7• I
MARKET STREET. QI7
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NEW FALL GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
19 'FIFTH STBZET
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NEW ALPACCAS. •
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
V. SOUCY, '
Bir No. - 168 Wylie Street. ju
. A POLL°. INSTITUTE. SO Fourth
A.VEN UK. anßugllsh, Cotentin,: and
JAMESarlahool for 4illrls and lioys; cOnducted by
M. MACRUIR and' MARY: MACRUM, A thou
wjtb full . particulars, references, &c., sent on
application.. ng the gentlemen to whom refe
ence may be m adeare the following: Rev. Dr. Alli
son, Win. Bagaley, Esq.. it.ltrunot, Eaq., Rev.
Dr, Dick. mon, Rev. Dr. Douglas, Hon. Russell
Errett, Wm. TT. Everson Esq.; John Harper. Esq.,
Rev, Dr. :Jacobus. Rey. Dr. Kerr, W. Mcellutoalr.
Esq.. John. B. McFadden, 'Esq., Sidney g,. von
Ronnhorst, Esq.. Hon: 'Thos. Williams. sea:US
. A LLEGHENY CITY ACADERIT,
AHD 001LITERGIAL COLLEGE,.
No. 101 .YEDEBA-L.ii., over Allegheity Boob&
Daily Sessions: Beiont l . 3 lg. k. frons 1313 i A. M. to /1.P.11.
Cononercl.l: A to 44 P. 1.1.
Rooming Seadon: ticlentlfie and Commercial, 7 to
OP. 11. J. M. PRYott,
• R. B. ROBB. A. N.
A LLEGIIENT ACADEMY".
next recular session will commence on
• TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, IST,
Ia EXCELSIOtt HALL. Federal street, AllertenT.
MR. T. t. WAK Pal, Principal, wird receive
pupils at the Hall, on Monday, August 3.1. d. from
9 to 133 o'clocx. au72:v47
DRY GOOD 3.
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
87 MARKET STREET.
CARPET AND , OIL CLOTHS
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSSELS
TWO AND TIIfIPLY
ALL 'WOOL PRIBLINA, in great varlelF
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
DRUG-GETS, all Wridtla
Our stock Is the largest and most desirable
have ever offered to the trade.
33011AAD 3 - Rosg-& CO
21 MTH STREET.
seioal&wr - ,
FALL GOODS. _
FIRST ARRIVAL OF TEE SEAS&
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
JUST OPENED AND OFFERED AT THE
OLIVER 111'CLINTOCK & C(
No. 23 Fifth Street
C 5 'Cr T' AL. I 1N,471
FLOOR OIL CLOT} '
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PEI
MeFABLAND & COLLI
Nos. '7l and 73 Fifth Street
Next Bu'Mins to 11. S. Custom House tt Dist (."
COAL AND COKE.
- DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Having removed their Office to
NO, 567 14:BEEITIC errx-tm:
(Lately City Flour Mill) SECOND BLOOI
Are now prepared to furnish good YOUGNIO .
NY LUMP, NUT COAL OE BLACK, et the
All orders left at their office, or addres
them through the mail, will be attended to proi
ARMSTRONG & HIITCHINI
‘ Successor's to
. IELLADILLPHIA. AND YOUGH/OGICINT COAL •
MINERS, SHIPPERS AND DEALERS, BY:
ROAD AND RIVER, of superior Youghlogb
CAS AND FAMILY COA
Office and Yard—FOOT OF TRY STREET
the Gas Works.
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ARE. SUPERIOR TO ANY OTI
mew= nr Tani crrry.
wThrz, BOSTON SODA, CIMAM, FRE
WATER, BUTTER, SUGAR and' SODA CE
EB6; SCOTCH and JULE BISCUIT.
For Sale by Every Grocer in the
leammßakerY; No 91 Liberty St
•• „ • . z •• z
Near Pittsburgh Grain Elev
W. W.', AItirDERSONor
Mantitheturer of 0011.1 P IdRAL 'LOD
CHOPPED FEED. Orders delivered in elth
free of charge. Grain of all kinds choppe
Corn shelled. on short ontiee.
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No. 8 FOURTH, rRENT, .x
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Qrtlers promptly attended to.