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A DAY WITH THE-DUCHESS OF SUM
- AY RARIIIIT BEECHER STOWS:
A day at Dunrobin Castle was spent
much in this' fashion: Between eight and
nine o'clock the guests began assembling in
\ a charming little boudoir adjoining the
\ grand drawing-room, where the breakfast
\ was always served. Here the Duchess, al
\ ways fresh and radiant, and with sinne
'thing appropriate and kind to say to each
one, waited for a few moments before lead
ing the way to a room where the servants of
the house - were assembled for family wor
ship. On the entrance of the Duchess and
her guestS all rose respectfully, and remain
ed standing they were seated; after
which the Duchess read morning prayers,
con lading with the Lord's Prayer, in
whi h all joined linc:ibly. Breakfast,which
im diately followed, was on the whole the
mos charming 'meal \ of the day—the table
bei spread in the brightest and airiest
roo in the house, whose windows over
loo d the tree r tops of the,forest and the
blue waters of the German Ocean. It was
a m lof unconventional freedom and ease;
eyer one's letters were laid beside his
pl , and the opening and reading of these,
and he passing backwards and forwards of
cheerful bits of information gathered from
thin, formed a very pleasant feature of the
hati. After breakfast there was a little sea-"
son of chatting and lounging in the parlors,
while the Duchess arranged with some of
her friends a thoughtful programme for the
day, which included provision for the com
fort and amusement of every guest; and
these arrangements being understood, the
Duchess could command her time until lun
cheon at two o'clock.
The gentlemen of the family, as a general
thing, -were supposed to spend the day in
the open air, as this was the shooting season.
After lunch at two o'clock, the guests
- , generally drove out, and spent ..the after
\ noon in excursions to different points of
) interest in the surrounding beautiful coun
, try, returning in season for an hour of rest
and refreshment before the dressing-bell
rang for dinner.
Dinner at eight o'clock was - the grand re
union of the day; all, however divided in
pursuits, were expected to meet then, and
spend the 'evening thenceforward in each
other's society. Music and conversation
diversified the evening, and at ,twelve
o'clock the Duchess dismissed each of her
guests, handing a night-lamp with some ap
propriate kind word.
The disappearance of the beautifully
,up and down the long rcor
ridors of the castle, with those Silver night
lamps in their hands, and their passing be
hind the dniperied portals of the different
doors was like a scene in the opera.
The Duchess was never insensible to the
poetry of the lite she' was living. The ro
mantic castle by the sea had its charms for
her, and she I enriched its architecture and
arranged its apartments with many.graceful
The boudoir, where we assembled in the
morning, was lined with sea-green satin, and
the cornices of the curtains were - of white
enameled shells and coral. The tables and
furniture of the room were adorned with
shells and coral; even the small mouldings
were wrought in the form of sea-shells.
Nothing could be thought of more quaintly
beautiful than the terraced, walks, the mag
nificent staircases, the lovely gardens with
their fountains and their flowers, which Bur
rounded this castle.
With the warm inspiration of the Duchess'
lovely and life-giving presence, Dunrobin
seems to us like a beautiful dream. And
though the rose of England is now faded,
though leaf by leaf dropped from it,in that
long and weary trial of debility and sick
neBs, which must end the most prosperous
life, yet it is comforting to think that the
noblest and sweetest part of what gave the
charm there is immortal,
Patient continuance in well-doing was the.
great effort and end of her own life and her
husband's. r And of all that they possessed,
this patient continuance is the only thing
that retains permanent value in the eves of
God or man. —Atlantic 3fonthly for Febru
VOPERA-B 0 lIFFE.
Mrs, Rebecca llarding Davis, in a sting
ing article contributed to Putnam'h has these,
strictures on the modern stage
The most salient and apparent change in
women, in the last few years (I do not say
the deepest), is not advance in intelligence,
marked as that may be; it is the growth in
impurity. It simply a transient effect of
this roused and ungratified brain-power. The
ordinary London hr New York woman is too
far advanced in the "progresS of the age" to
find employment for her awakened imagine-.
tion or reason in housekeeping or in gossip;
too little to turn to art or science, or even
downright hard business. In self-defence,
then, she listens to'lascivious music, or looks
at the living pictures of the ballet, where her
passions at least are daintily played upon.
She reads, or writes, as the case may be,
novels in which few of the men are honest,
and none of the women virtuous, or, advdn
cing a step farther, she finds that but a mean
and ignoble life for a woman which is sacri-;
ficed to the children whom God has given
her; and, on aesthete principels, quietly does
her share in building up the temples to mur
der that openly face us in our most crowded
I begin with an extreme , case. • Perhaps
so. Yet hunger is not choice in its food,
and there is reason to doubt whether the
ordinary aliment of all women in literature
:in art, now, is a whit more pure and whole
some than that of men, coarse as we declare
their appetites to be.
There is a class of subjects, the name of
which would bring the red to the old lady's
cheek yonder, but with which it is the fash
ion of the day to make young girls thor
oughly _conversant. There is no need to
send Nellie out of the room now, no matter
what topic the matrons may discuss. The
terra ineognifa of our grandmothers is well
trodden ground to her at sixteen.
How can it be otherwise ?
She finds not only men, but women,whose
names are tainted, among leaders of fash
ionable society; she sits beside her mother,
and sees her smile at the bald indecency of
the opera-bouffe without a blush; she hears
the "social evil" coolly discussed as a social
necessity. It is no wonder, then, that, night
after night, Nelly herself may be seen, with
back and bosom half-bared, whirling and
perspiring in Dick French's arms, while
her mother looks placidly on. If I hint my
disgust, lain told severely, that to the pure
all things are pure, and that the obscene
play and the waltz that sets Dick French's
blood on fire, if looked on xesthetically, are,
to women, refined and innocent pleasures.
I doubt if any man believes this. If, for
lack of pure occupation for their brains and
senses, w_omen of society bring this offal Ao
pollute their daily lives, they need not sup
pose twit any affected ignorance or esthetic
sunlight will hide the real nature of the
substance from the men about them. Dick
French, worn roue that he is, hasloined the
school of thc critic of the Baurday Review.
He asserts that all women are represented
by these. He hints that he griderstands the
lures that these decolleie belles put forth.
"It's hard on a fellow,' The says. "The
extravagance of these women won't allow
a man to marry; yet they tempt him to dolt
with all the arts of the worst demi-monde."
Then he and his compeers adjust their eye
glasses, and lean against doorways, crib
sing the faces of the delicate young girls
who are whilled past, as a trader, might the
slaves in the market.
A GOOD YARN.
In the village of
had once been a Judge of the county, and
well known all over it by the name of
Judge R—. He kept a store and a saw
mill, and was always sure to have the• best
of the bargain on his side, by which he had
gained an ample fortune; and some did not
hesitate to call him . the biggest rascal in the
world. He was very conceited withal, and
used to brag of his business capacity when
ever any one was near to listen. One rainy
day, as quite a number were - .'seated round
the stove, be began as usual to tell of his
great bargains, and at last wound up with
" Nobody has ever cheated me, nor they
"Judge," said an old man of the com-1
pang, "I've cheated you more than you,
ever did me."
"How so?" said the judge.
"If you'll promise you won't go to law
about it, nor do anything, I'll tell you, or
else I won't; you are too much of a law
character for me."
1 "Let's hear," cried half a dozen voices at
"I'll promise, " said the judge, "and treat
'in the bargain i you have."
do you remember the wagon you
rob ed me of?" • ' • --
"I"never robbed you of a wagon ; I
only got the beat of the bargain," said the
"Well, rmade up my mind to have it
"You never 'did," interrupted the cute
judge. , • \ .
"Yes, I did, and interest too."
"How ao?" thundered the now, enraged
Well, you see, Judge, sold you one
day a very nice pine log, `and bargained
with you for a lot more. Well, that log I
stole off your pile down at the mill, the
night before, and the next day I sold it to
you. The next night I drew it back home,
and sold it to you the next day; and so I
I kept on till you had bought your own log of
me twenty-seven times."
"That's a lie!" exclaimed the infuriated
Judge, running to his book and examining
his log aecount; "you never sold me twenty
seven logs of the same measurement."
"I know it," said the vender in logs; "by
drawing it back and forth the end wore off,
and as it wore I kept cutting the end off,
until it was only ten feet long—just fourteen
feet shorter than it was the first time I
brought it.--kmd when it got so short I drew
it home and worked it up into shingles, and
the next week you bought the shingles, and
I concluded ,I had got the worth of my
wagon back, and stowed away in my pocket
The 'exclamation of the judge was drown
ed in the shouts of the by-standers, and the
log drawer found the door without the
A MOTHER'S WISDOM.
The following letter .of advice was writ-
en, says the Concord People, to a friend of
ours, by his mother. We recommend it to
other mother's sons, who are about starting
- out on life's stormy billows. These are
good maxims, and we commend them toall.
The man who has a mother that can write
and feel as the authorof this evidently does,
is fortunate indeed:
To 3lr DE4 SON.—The world estimates
men by their success in life, and by general
consent, permanent success is an evidence
id superiority. L,
It will be saf for You to observe the fol
lowing rules,which your affectionate mother
prays God will strengthen you to do:
I—l3ase all your actions upon a princi
ple of justice—preserve ~your integrity of
character, and in doing it, never reckon the
2—Never, under any circumstances, as
sume a responsibility you can avoid con
sistently with your duty to yourself, and
others dependent on you. Or, in other
words, "mind Our own business."
3-Itemember that self-interest is more
likely to warp your judgment than all other
circumstances e#nbined; therefore look well
to your duty, when your interest is con
4—Never attempt to make money at the
expense of your reputation, or dishonor will
be the consequence.
s—Be neitherllavish nor miserly; of 'the
two avoid the latter. A mean man is uni
versally despised, therefore generous feel
ings should be celtivated.
6 —Avoid gambling of all kinds as a great
evil—billiards, especially, because the most
fascinating, therefore the most dangerous,
the victim being enthralled before he is
7—Always let your expenses be such as
to leave a balance in your-pocket. Ready
money is always a friend in need.
B—Avoid borrowing and lending as-far as
9—Liquor drinking, smoking cigars, and
chewing tobacco, are teirible habits to a
Young man; they impair the mind and
pocket, and lead to a waste.. They tend to
lower a man, ,never elevate and lift him up
in the regard Of the virtuous and good. ,
10—Be, not in. the habit of relating you' :
misfortunes to others, and never mourn over .
what.you cannot prevent.
11—Let all see your good breeding, by
showing due respect to age. Have dignity /
and reverence enough of character never to
trifle with serious things—respect religion
In others—seek it as a treasure invaluable—
let it be the fOundation on which to build
all your structures, the possession of which
will insure happiness here, and an enduring
TIrE report of the American Colonization
Societ,y shows that the receipts last year,
from donations, legacies, ac., were over
$51,000. Overf $30,000 were paid to trans.
port emigrants to Liberia; $15,000 ito repair
their ship, and ; $17,000 for other purposes.
The expenditu the
during the last three years
have exceeded the receipts by $02,000, and
they call for nit income. The emigration
fell off nearly -t o hundred last year.
—The investigation of the 'affairs of the
city of St. Louis, and especially of the ex
city officials, which has been progressing
for some time past, shows positive frauds,
proved and - acknowledged, and recover
able by law, $4747; frauds ascertained by
strong circumstantial evidence, responsi
bility'for which cannot positively be fixed,
$112,664; total, $136,412.
—J.II. McVicker of Chicagi) publishes a
"Spicy letter in reply to Fargo's, respecting
his suit against the. Merchants' Union Ex
press company. Mr. McVicker hays Far
go's plea of, injured innocence will not do.
He ridicules the idea of libel sults, and says
the Express 'companies must show their
bands, and that the case must be fought on
its merits without malice. • -
-There are about ninety registered dis
tilleries in the Seventh Kentucky District
going into operation as fast as possible un
der the law. During December last thir.
teen distilleries' in that district produced
255 t 899 gallons of proof spirits.- •
prrrsnußGlT GAZETTE i, ,SATURDAY. JANUARY 28; 1869:
NO CHARGE MADE' wax* ARY/PWL&L
TEETH ARE ORDERED,
A PULL SET FOB $1
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
NTS PENN STREET, ED DOOR ABOVE BAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OP GENUINE VOLCAN
lived a man who
, Blanufacturers sad Wholesale Dealers ha
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OLLB,
11 40 T
We are now prepared to supply
TIN NERS and the trade with our Patent
FRUIT CAN TOP.
It is PERFECT, SIMPLE and CHEAT.
Having the names of the various fruits
Stamped upon the Corer, radiating from
the center, and an Index or pointer
stamped upon the Top of the can. Ic is
clearly, diMnctly and PhItHANENT
LY LABELED by merely placing tiro
name of the fruit the can contains op
posite the pointer and sealing In the
No preserver of fruit or good
HOUSEKEEPER will use any other after
once Seeing it.
Send 2S - cents for sample.
C9LE.INS & WEIGHT,
136 Second avenue, Pittsburgh.
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C.
BUY THE BEST AND CBEAP•
EST PIANO AND ()ROAN.
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The ESCROMACILEN PIANO comblnes all the
la test valuable improvements known In the con
struction of a first class instrument, and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone Is full, sonorous and sweet. Tne
workmanehin. for duraby and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from $ 5O to $150: (according to
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-carled
first class Piano.
ESTEY'S COTTA' E ORGAN
Stands at the bead 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.
pie and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT "
TREMOLO" is only to be found Ln this (trim.
Price from 4100 to $350. All guaranteed for Ave
BARR, SNARE &BUMIER,
- No. 12 BT. CLAIR STREET.
PIANOS AND ORGANS—An
tire new stork of
. KNABE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS;
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:
PRINCE & CO'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS
and TREAT, LII , PSLEY & CO'S ORGANS AND
MELODEONS. . . •
deS 4.11 Fifth avenue. Sole Ager!t.
II null, Pracrical Cook, ..............
II aanounces to the public that he wit
On Saturday and Monday Next,
Open to the public the
It will be his earnest endeavor to furnish his pa
trons at all times with the most palatable viands
which the market or the season affords. The
LIQUORS, WINES of varinuo dates, ALE, BEER,
etc will be their own recommendation.
Festivals.or flue Cooking for Weddings, and other
as heretofore, be promptly and
cheaply attended to, requesting patronage.
0c.9:y66 H. RUB.
CREAM CANDIES AND TAFFIES,
And dealer in all kinds of FRUITS, NUTS, /WE
LES, SAUCE/3, JELLIES, ac.,
Iplatzko_lbtsfrAarTo z kA
i 3 • TIEGEL,
(Late Cutter with W. Heepeultelde,)
No. 53 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
NEW FALL GOOD S .
CASSLMER , EtS,dito.
Just received by
sel4: Merchant Tailor, 73 Smithfield street
THVGREAT AMERICAN COM
ii-VDH SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAS NO EqUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST ?AIRILY
KAI:TINE IN THE W'rrilLD,
IBINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
-Agents wanted to sell this Machine.
CHAS. C. HALE/LEY,
Agent for Western Pennsylvania.
Corner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, over
RichardEOU's Jewelry Store.
For Halle, Ta+landiChambera,
NOW AkiitNii AT
107 Market St., near Fifth Ave.,
6010 JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
DYER AND SCOURER,
H. • ,
DYER AND SCOURER.
No. 8 ST. CLAIR, STRECEIT
And Nog. 186 and 187 Tiled Street"
BABB & PiloBloll,
?RUIT HOUSE ASSOCIATION BUILDING% Noe.
itud;4 Oluir Street. Pittsburgh, Ps.. kuleetai
Cnt given to the designing , and building of
OUR 1/01=8 mina ITBLIC $ll/I•lnNebo
-- ~ '~ ~
AND LAMP GOODS.
13 P.N.ZINE;' - eke.
0.147 Wood Street
&Aileen sth and 6th Avenues
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY.
A splendid new *Wen of
n=III O IINGEI AND .NOTIONS.
JOSEPH HORNE et: COI
IN BLACK, ORANGE AND ALL COLORS
PLAID AND STRIPED SATINS.
BLACK AND COLORED BoNET VELVETS
BONNET AND NECK RIBBONS,
LACES AND LACE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES. New design. Another lo:
DQUIFARDE SKIRT .
IN STRIPE AND BRAIDED. Just received
WOOL AN X.c.RINO UNDERWEAR; all al
and quail tit - es
MEN'S MERINO AND WOOL HOSE.
LADIES' PLAIN AND JUN CY WOOL and 111 C
FLEECED COTTON HOSE. '
WOOL b LOVES AND MITs.
ALEXANDR VS KID GLOVES,
HOOP riKIRTS AND CORSETS,
AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
77 and 79 Market Stree
menu & CARLIKE,
NO. 19 FIFTH AVENUE
THE NEW SKIRT,
"LE PANIER PERFECTION."
"THE FAVORITE," "THE POPULAR,"
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING,
"WINGED ZEPHYR," -
"GLOVE FITTING," CORSETS AND PAT
ENT ..pA NIERS."
THE NEV GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly embroidered; an elegant street
or Skating Skirt.
RICH RIBBONS FOR BOWS, SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
SATINS. all shades and widths.
FLOWERS. PLUMES, HATs AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
The richest and latest novelties in GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
We especially dtrect attention to the great excel
lence of the HARRIS SEAM...I:SS (Roullion) KID
GLOVES" over all others. and for which we are the
A complete line of GENTLEMEN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS. GLOVES, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SELLING AGENTS FOR LOCKWOOD'S PAPER
GOODS, and all other popular makes.
No. 19 FIFTH 4 VENUE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Woolen Goods at a Great Sacrifice.
LARGE STOCK OF YARNS,
all Coors and Qualities.
LADIES' AND MISSES' WOOL HOSIERY.
GENTS' AND YOUTHS' ONE-HALF HOSE
GLOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Ladies' & Gents' Wool & Merino Underwear.
FINE VARIETY OF EMBROIDERED AND LACE
Handkerchiefs and Collars.
PAPER COLLARS AND CUFFS
OF EVERY VARIETY, for Ladles and dentlemen.
Jobbers will especially do well to call on us now,
As we wish to sell most of our goods before com
mencing to tale stock.
BEACELUDI- GLYDE & CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS !
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
i t •
DENNISON & 'ECKERT,
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE,
Have just received a large and Judiciously assorted
ESIBROIDERIES, LACE GOODS,
Hid Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Slipper
Patterns. Zephyr Goods, Scares
end Gents Furnishing
and Notions generally. •
itt itale e ng r l selection is afforded in special novelties
to which the attention of lady readers is specially
DENNISON & HECKERT, -
dell NO. AT FIFTH AVENUE.
PRICES MARKED DOWN.
BARGAINS IN ALMOST EVERYTHING.
REAL HEM STITCH, all Linen. HANDKER
CHIEFS, 17c, I9e, fille and upwards.
TAPE BUELiEltlf b LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
6gc, Sc to 50e.
All our HATS at one-half regular prices.
All the new BALhIuRA.L SKIRTS - and Bradley's
latent styles of HOOF SKIETeI, at the Lowest
Prices In tbe'Clty.
(HINTS' MERINO VEST and DRAWERS, 40 c
No. 17 Fifth Avenue.
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &o.
T-TA II / 11 /AN & LABE, No.. 124
Smithfield street, Pole Manufacturers otWar
rer.'s Felt Cement and Gravel Booting. Material for
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE,
Chestiest and best Pipe la the market. Also, 110-
810111 ALE HYDRAULIQ OAMENT for sale.
& C. A. intocKErr a CO.
Office and Manufactory-4140 BEBEOO4 ST.,
;d i Allegheny. igar
laza Orden by mall promptly attandedi
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AT CO ST,
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY,
TO CLOSE STOCK.
THEODORE F. PRELIM,
87 MARKET STREET.
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
0 - ®CODS
J. M. BURCHFIELD
NO. 52 ST. CLAIR STREET,
All Wool Grey Twiled Flannel for 37 worth 62c.
De'nines for 20e. worth 25.
Slightly Soiled Blankkets $4,00 worth $6,00.
Waterproof for $1,25 worth $1,50.
Poplins for 37Se, worth 50.
Kid Gloves for $1,50 worth $2,00. •
Paisley Shawls 513,00 worth $20.00.
Velveteens 2,00 worth 59,75.
Bleached Muslin 1 2%e. woith 1 6.
Curibleached Malin LiDie. worth 17. •
Cheapest and best stock in the city. No. 52 ST.
CLAIR, near Liberty street. ' deM
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HOSIERY and GLOVES.
tom' No. 1,08 Wylie Street..l6B. 168.
OARS, McCANDLESSA, CO.,
(Late Wilson, Carr & C 0..) -
WHOLESALZ DEALKIIB IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
(No. 94W00D STIDLET,
Third dais above Diamond alley,
BINSAICIN 13INGIIILY•••••••• ••••PIULIP.CLICItio
QINGERLY Cei.ll, Successors
Lj to Gao. P. SCROCIIMAIt CO.
The only Steam Lithographic Establlsluaent West
of the Noantains. Badness Cards Letter Beads,
Bonds Circulars, Show lints, Dlptomas.
Portraits Vows, Certincates of eeoldts, lama
ho' Csols, ac.. Koh VI ass R nlm wen t
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
rtZ - colmr C3dTerelci,
IN GOOD EITY,LES.
iD3n . 4se . 4a-c)4c*cals,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEME N T
TO 3fIC3T THE GENERAL DESIRE OF T ROB
who hare bet II deferred from purchasing unti ant
the first of the year, we have concluded to contlnu
GREAT REVITCTION SALE
FOR A FEW WEEKS LONGE .TI • Thts Is P°sitir'
ly the last opportunity to secure t:'argains In-
CA1UR10 1 1 1" S,
Oil Cloths, Matting,s, he
Good Carpets for 25 cents AYard.
No. 23 ;
TIE.E I I:TerrICON
CoIL - A 401.14CPME-1113
We offer our stock at reduce
prices for a SHORT TlMEbefor
commencing to take stock
Now is the time to buy.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO
ANNUAL CLEiRINCE SELF
TWO WEEKS LONGS
Greater Bargains tin'
Ever will be offered
close out Special Lin'
of. Goods, at
71 AND 73 ITEM- AVER
FINE VASES ,
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA,
DINNER sers, TEA SE'T'S='
ILTER PLATED Goon
Call and examine our gooda,_and we:fc .
satisfied no one nee4 fail to be malted.
R. E. BREED & CC
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
Will Continue their
100 WOOD STREET.
A large:stock of r.
of all desorlptlona.