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Editor or thißeston Vontmerws. i/ ifttiljaftt.
COrilignorthirid souili; Arita and west
Mad meet:With cordial' nig. ~ •
- On ft more beneath the sws of peace '
The nation's heart is bea. ng. .
'No mote noon thel rembling wires
The news of war is II• •
N it ulare-Our=utitittile.._ attre-strawn
ittriPtrf and - dying.
E T us h b etSt r iM e lallikty Roles
ligti* . ... ..
.Nhiliojig . t , .., RI s-iongrr -, -7 , ,
2101111S4Us are gionriltir•
A64 irttriifilifeiAtki eirlalig 4 , '''''
The iron bands thav Pan it . -: •
Bring Itialifornia'a greeting to
?few gland's hills of granite.
I gl ,,,, aii.e',,
' ~• .
forests, Pennsylvania's plains,
Ifhe•ilieres the Mies are living, ~. •• : ::
The _ere o range garden lands 'n-s.th Safbenveklex. •
_Where groves are, tiring,
Break forth in one harmonipns chant,
A glorious bosannah I .., ..
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- Let us have peace and unit - - , ,
' : Beneath oar country's b er. . - ..
Ye wielders of the mislay ower •
Thateways both prince a J peasant, - :
_Kay all yourways be these f: peace, ,
And all y.,ur paths be ple • ant.
Pralse,we the pen, that trenchant Wand—
Our best, our last endear° ,
To wield with honor that; the true
And this we pray'', While in nide rhyme
Tali welcome warm us spoken— -
UNIT= ,IIEARTS IJ xi TAD ST • T HS—
e OD ICZkY TIII:ellaKIN UNEROE.IN :
—Nevi Haven Harbor iS up..
—The dcnible-headed girl is in :Boston.
—Boston has a baby show of 300 speei-
—Maz,inni is one of Prince Napoleon's
creditor& - -
. —Lucille Western is travelling in Newt
—Paper petticosis at sixteen cents each
-New York is tobave 43 public drink-
Ina fountains. • -
-A new tin mine has been found in
•Q-The Emperor of .Et.ustria . plays -- a very
neat game or
--Count Shupenhinsky : is - in New
York. - He is 'a Russian.
—Miss Anna' Dickenson is, going:to
lecture in Salt Lake City.
—France has appointed a donsta
Mexico—the /Int since the fall, Ar.lf Maxi
milian. ' '
—French street boys call the Empress,
La Rousse, which translated means Bor.
- : :
There are one hundred and thirty
one thousand acres of coffee planted rin
:—The Paris Pap says John C. Brick:.
• enridge will yet be_Pzesident of -the URI.
—Tostee ' cleared $7,000 over and above
all hex exxtriseN by her second to
- this eoruitry. , . - •
—Claus Spreckles returns the; largest
income in San Francisco,,,and that is
only $113,833. •
~. • A
--CohOesi New :York, has eighfeel
knitting raffia, employing two thousand
five hundred hands, • ,
—General Prim' does not allow the
Bnaldsh.efilbers Or eoldiers' In - take pa'rt
in or to discuss • :..
—Wilson, the great American ornithol ,
ogist vrasia'pleot i clunan, Pidtde - yi
where s monu ment to his memory bet
lug erected, • • • • -
—Queen Isabel% talks 9f!aking up her
residence in Prague where she could „en
--joy the society of the imbecile.-ex• Em
—ln a town up in New
two men own a fish nursery which' ton.
tains 48,000 fish, one halt tretit and ':the
other halt:daimon '
---The grand addition to Fain' nount
Park; in Flutadelphia, has
gunted. Tc contains a drive five miles
long, and nearly straight.
Slgii'or Blitz has gone - to EuroPe to
visit his • daughter, Mrs. , Vanzant, who,
as Mauna lianihil, is now . singing in
the Boyal Italian Opera, London.
—lt is said that the first crocodile seen
in this country was recently. captured in
"Florida., : He had Probably just run over
froth Africa to visit . his .elatives, the sill
—The brilliant' London Saturday 'Be.
wet" needs a few lessens in, geogxaphy.
It speaks of the town of St. Lomein
nols, when it .= means the metropolis of
, Mary Walker is willing to go to
Alseita, so That she gets Ity,Puilitmerq;
Ci i .*/4 1 '. W. be the Per- ,
tinacity -with which"; motturcielvill 'seek
office after they vote? .'
. _1 f•• •_
• dawn unrystal, Xplecopa
lian clergyman, of Yorit, !and' a"
theological writer of iii4sne,dlatiii*ii,
become a Conieit to the Orthodox East
ern Church-of Enfield and Oreetie:`
Flsble elbfiet - new' t s h
magazine.' =that = , announbed' , 'for the=
maiti ag4situiabiii;o4l;b6eFillobbery 4 ,
extremesand e .;1Tai,a04 2 .5*! 1(0 •/.
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dentowa, N. 110=.1dr.?Williamfi'. throve;
formerly/Of ••-thletiVA hidr i ereVeriti;
ibr'. # l #i*W *1104:
444 41 . 04 ', P0mP.1244, Ira*
animas to carry . out orders retfielvettr= 7
- ta4=Weeterril#Wifilepliuft 'hale thiel
• bl*l4l#o4. the '0014,W-31044-lieftiio
hestq ! /fYr , thesytuagforsce ACw.olll.eqihqv
crush theratn't gettherf siren 30 -im a rcr
and theitithirfhalf to rekahllV! WO=
i l 4 2o **/**O iil ol l Ptiq#
— A GennartElnigNkrAM S ciet hes
t4 6 ,416 1 ./*fil "ir*;::toe*Or
mow fir:e!fer (WV:4i
azdgriftitaAtilurattetob , piortopsy , for the
ki f Oid4ritcrtiel4` too 30i °rat eta,
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English language, are incapable of detect
-The Memphis Evening Pea say
Alaska is a good market for the surplus
butter of Orange county. A native of
'Bitka recently ate ten poundi of butter at ,
a 'meal, and ihiphedpff with a castor
cocktail, and ittasni-, a good ataraingo
far tauter eithet.':
—North Carolina veloCipellists ha t ve
introduced a new Sport on the bicyele.
It is called gander-pullingi and consists
- attemlitingle piall - off - the - heed of a
tough and greased goose, suspended sev
while going at full apeedu •
—The latest London - sensation is the
human'findiag l Of - s oot, eildently hack
ed from its limb, done up in a :brown pa
per parcel With a note -addressed to - "My
dearest Lizzie," asking her it', dispose of
It so not to arouse suspicion; and in
timating a desire to get rid t of other ,
—The Duke of Baccleugh, one of this
richest noblemen in Oteat Biltid , ', is die
gusted because the. underground- ilway
is to run beneath theelegineterr o a
London house ? and' the -tHitilev
the Parliament buildings to ' e rd
Mayor's house is' driven nuder Ills=''w -
down. ;; ,Be prcipcisei to sell OUL , ~„-
—The New York &or giver the i age
of some persons Connected with the press,
as folloWs: ',As hear as we , cau, get at
the ages here add hereabout, they are
Iluis: Berd4f.,7Bl;OrYtiii, 7 . 6';Oreeley,
60; RaYmoirl; 48;,- < ,A : , *, ,*
Mrs; 'RaiUlf; Of kali .4:tho
'Shepard, 29; .Ei.isan4 Xirk, 29; Jennie
June, 29; Miss Dickinson, 29." •
"A Darin Gnrcrimaimi ALrvm" is the
latest New York Sun sensation, interpre
ted in the story of a Mrs. Walters, who
buried her husband about a• year ago.
Duriogiher widowhood she became • ElC
quainted with Mile. Jeannette Villard,
blonde with a splendid `physique and
commanding figure liking her Bo much
that she took her to her home.' The Vil
lard soon introduced a Mr. Williston into
the family, andlie called occasionally to
see, both, the widow and her charming
protegee. It was not long before the
young man made an impression upon the
heart of Mrs. Walters. And it was not
much longer before it became eyidentthat
two' years could hardly pasa' and leave
Mrs. Walters a widow. And strange as
it inay seem, Mlle. Villard appeared to
loOk favorably upon the - suit of the young
soldier. Indeed, she had been instru
.mental in forwarding . the courtship, but
had 'done so' rather under cover, so -
no complicity would appear between her
self and Williston. One day Williston
was suddenjy taken ill and
for Mrs. Walters. She came, of
course, and. he confessed , to her that
Jeannette Villard was his wife and that
he was soon to die. But before he died
he must be forgiven by Mrs. Walters—
must have.her swear, upon her beaded
knees, t WS wife and child shonld be
'her card=shottld never feel waat—should
become-sa her own daughter and child.
If she would do thislie would die happy.
The oath was taken. and' Williston was
supposed to die.- Mrs. Walters at once
entered upon the discharge of her sacred
trust and presented the Villard with $30,-
000, ' after, which the latter disappeared
from New Yerk. The disconsolate
widow became half frantic witli'grief and
sent i k Torixt of detectives to discoi'er. the
body of the Villard, that if might be de.
centirinterred:: -Their efforts proved sue.
cessfal, The _Valera , was found,, alive
and living with Williston in a - western.
city.- The widow was naturally utterly
astonished; but she refused to institute
any proceedings for the recovery of her
money, which Williston and his &mom
plic.e coolly said had been a vol,untary
gift, adding that they intended to stick to it.
ON run night of the 2d of June,- 1868,
James N. Kennon shot and-killed Beni:v.
min F. ,Bipe, 4 landlord of the Washington
House,in Cambridge, Gitridiey county,
Ohio, Kennon being at the time a boarder
in the house.'lie was arrested, Irtdieted,
for niurder, and the case was subsequent
ly removed to Belmont county_ for trial.
The case came up at tbe present term of
court at St. Clairaville, .and •the trial
began on Tuesday, the: Bth. The- facts
appear to be that the then were on good
terms, and engaged In pleasadt conversa
tion durinithe day ;- that at about mid
night Sipe went to Kennon's room,
called the accused several times by name,
and:finally burst open thei door; .and that
on. the 'patent Kennon fired, inflicting a
wound that caused Sipe's death, it is
supposed that • Kennon • having left - , his
light burning when he wentto bed, ipe
went to. the room tohave it extinguished,
fearing_ his housamight be set on fire, as
Ktnneb was dissipated: -'Kennon himself
was examined as a witnessand 'said that
there had• never been any'difficulty l be
t Ween him and "Sipe.' sll`;went ,liis
meth about eleven d'cineh, took' a quAn
titior hat* cP. 11 2,:f4r: Indian hemp,,: and
went to bed. , Auer caking „the on& 40.,
fell into a stupor; mg+ partially aroused,
by someone dooriland- half-uncon.
-sciously seized hid gun,' which,' Without
recognfzilir the intruder, he Accidentally'
discharged jtifit•ast the - Iloor''wei forced
open. Kennottlr Cants confidently ex
pected an acquittal, - but the 'result has not
reached .- • . ' •
A PknOtta, catnstropheinis occurred in:
Nati York. A heautiftd fitsineelpwith ali
the &Mite of maTetilOodi'
had' break''hal.r.; ,al
Zifitdol Theatre - tatight-her, hrotuk
would belnere :attreckfilen.jhe:p
tothevaye pot. neintibit WOCAP
fort 100,0 half •in abeam.. .-101ter
the-turbulent .dark hairNirae , amoothed'
into geldentipples; When thehairdressq,c
to inerein e his profit, re e:M*4 to
drdge The effeci wee dihatthub. l '' Par;
pie. and Inreaked, nidiiko; Atinfrn4t:
ettA r judeeta l , ,itt er i v: intiorat .. , .
harlot' the, .Prof
rer. the - Atekint, (.10intrt
blonde only the po or„onsciiition awing
for 411191 0 01 : - Cr- 0f• tof 1f 7.L lir , 1111-:
A 43oitnaseentinnieftn t L o a o . igeg
stroplithiliklehobbdy knows IR;;li . o.,took
coffee but the natives of Ceylon;ind
how an do, if: Yjr. "T4eY Aube the
qiUttitit,Y cu e , , , fiErtflbb,4o,criap,
hemp in ati, * th e sa4cer,
fillapedP(4 - 1.,* f4a /trk, A r Ptsgitaud
moilnk., or, ! eilloinkerienfitwo.
stones; then passibroughlaalevelsomp o ,
sad of coarse nnuslin;l - bbillwriffaterfe
added, and theciofnuvrinade.fs ‘.
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PITTSBURGII GAZMEi MONDAY. JUNE 01, 1069:
d mss= Y'ni t ab--Burln3 In Lis boy
A. - WELL-Esown . field oftleer—a kernel
Wt ini milkmen dance they should try
Soma for the 13)amese Twins—We Were
.atako}3l for ts sovereign—ii"eftson in
Judy asks : ittiretender won the Derby
on the spur of the moment.
- Tzar Tetegram - accuses the New York
Sun with cattlhtlap shkies.l
- P l Agripilimilich44s4,4_l4osl.4Lis,Xrimer,
for - he must have made a beginning.,
DoreT take'tcio much interest in the of
,fairs of your neighbors; six pe; cent, will
WREN an officer hap draw,b his. Pay,
may he be looked upbn ap" ,, Eaghiered.—
Judy ' •
WHEN a man parts with his "stu d," does he give up the "rinr' . as well ?
' , Jacky, ; ;
Creix - having:town the wind will reap,t,
the whiplwind with the Sichies we hive
Tomahawk Suggested that Browning's
fhe Ring and the Rook" :would find a
!great sale at Epsom. " f/'
The without parallel as is drum ,in
the colfsinun, ; it has now ,:been fairly
beaten two days in succession. • ,
Elqurn, speaking financrially, sayti It was
the last camel's hair tor' litirs. ' which
broke his back. --Loiiell'Odurier.
Wnit can not a,lady. who owns it roan
horse possess one of • any other color ?
Because It would not her own.
1! all human beings are bid *Worms, as
the pious folk tell'us, ti tailor is of course
a measuring worm,—.N. Y- Ezpross. •
stupid, what's the next word ? What
comes after cheese ?" 1 • ' , blotted, sir."
W e tret the tliffcrence bet Ween a car
riage-wheel and a :carriage-hoise ? One
goes better when it is tired,the other
don't. • .
THE furniture about the 'White House
must be greatly fit need - of if the
repOrt be true that every official chair has
a Dent , •
REPOR't says that Gen: Dent is about
to retire to s farm in Illinois. til.o there
will be one Inside-Dent less to chronicle
at the White House.
Out Bolt. eittibiis the same attention
and devotedness to hls work when playing
with an orchestra of la thousand that.• he
does,when' executing one of his : own
masterly solos. A man of genius is neVer
a slouch in his business. ' _ "
In an article on Buddhism, in the June
number of the Atlantic Monthly, Doctor
James Freeman Clarke has some valua
ble suggestions on the relations of this
system to Christianity, which deserve to
be widely read. The system • was a reac
tion against . Brain:11111am, as the Refor
mation under Luther was a reaction
.suainst Ronuuoism., It aimed at practibal
results, to give rest to troubled souls, and
to cultivate a high order of morality and
social virtue. It was eminently humane,
abolishing all bloody sacrifices, and int - -
posing hospitality to all strangers, and
tender 'care for the sick and suffering.
The following statement may occasion'
surprise to some of our readers:
"Buddhism appeals throughout to
human reason. Its great means of
influence is the .sermon. , The Bud
dha ' preached innumerable sermons,
hls missionaries went abroad preach-.
ing. Buddhism has made gall its
conquests honorably, by. a process of ra
tional appeal to the human mind. It.
was never propagated by force, even
when it had. the power of litiperial Ra
jahs to support it.'. Bnddhism has net
been without its errors and its supersti
tions; bittit has not deceived; and it has
not persecuted. 'ln this respect It can
teach Chrlitians al' satin. Buddhism has
noprejadicei again t those .who confess
another tech. T e Buddhists . have
founded no InquialtiOn; they intie c01a...
bitted the zeal which,Converted kingdoms
with a3oleration almost inexplicable to
our tvestern experience. -:,A Siamese told ,
Crawford that he! believed all the eIN"
gions of the world to - :be - branch es of the
true religion. 'A' Biddhlst in Ceylon
sent his son to'a •Christian .school; and
told the astonished missionary, 4,1 real
pect Christianity ail much as Buddhirm,
for I regard it as a help - to Buddhisiii."'
Washington City-.4'opies. ,
A number of ' PenntlY/v4nia politicians ,'
including several memben of COpgreas,"
arrived here to "day' in'ttie interest 'cif the
i party of the State. They rep
resent that there s an pnfortunate and a
very .serious diviiion an:tong:the : leaders
of the party in-their Rune, with no pros.
pect of a union before the, approaching
Gubernatorial campaign. , • Ono' 'faction.
goes so fermi to threaten to nominateand
support a candidate - independent of the
regular nomination= of the , party. Some
of the mostprominent of:these 9tileorgan.
izers," asn they , are -termed; are Federal,
office-holders. This is especially the case
among the'Government, officials of Phil
adelptd‘._ It seems-to :b4, ;p . fight of, the
city ' politician& against • those , from. the'
country districts - . , Airefort .iit making to
bring about several. retnovalsimMik th&
Philadelphitt'officlak lor- have( thentlrtop
tkeir : listerferenoo 'hi the orOdiiiliOn'of ,
tat a tkirOthe-biiiiitug'eamlialgn. 'TAO;
a astonal •,siestili4atiiifi Voliipiatitb.
Nillr lit liOdsiik,:?hilikdOphiirne#,Neek v ,
,and-theiiGpSernment oillabirsota e'er.'
cise great influence irtheysresedispoeedz,
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ti m:414 .",.. 4 e bt /. 0, 1 4 4,90en. dii ot
, rent 11,,n v"2 iro -tlsat pf Hot-
land* $108. 35; , swbile.cFrarroc, and , . Spain
average more than s6obt debt far: each.
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f nual expertilitnitY,' lin ' i r , jevift beitniP l
tries of Europe etalirtiVikusely, Hol
land, Grest 3 Biltith4 =Madly Denmark,
Bavaris;-:Bbilrf ittdc„ll:4llst ' Air ebiten.
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MIT oT Aii.zonany,
Tenagnaza , a Orszcit. June 18.1869.
a"'NOTICE 'IS HEREBY
nivErr to the holders of the'SlX PER
CENT. ONDS UP THE CITY 09
ALLXOHENT, PA.. that the Coupons, on said
Bonds, coming due July Lt, 1869. will be mid
on said day (lies the State tan) et the" Bank or
PLttsbargh, ui the cl.trot' Pittsburgh Pa.
D. Mier OD,
Jeitsltt, z City Treasurer.
tarW.ABREPt AND' VIEIRANGO
- OIL COMPANY.--The , uaraisi, meetlus
°inn, stockholders Of the_Wurre6 - UK ArtuaNco
oil ne-xupsnr, -tor the- election-of Preddent Di
rectors and other officers ,wlll be held at, th e °Mee
or j. FEntikrBl)N...B.ttortteY Law. No.
Pita stveiuo—r4ttubursh. • Ps.. on MONDAY,
4u i e `61 , 1 0 1111;-
- O.S '-rikertrst&:Ciirit.'
Pm/wont:sm. - June Bth. 1859. •
t , ER8.. , , • `..• :‘ • • •
iieketir al*fintl;st CooioeNo.9,Plttei.Z
Connelisvine . Railroad .Ciunpany
lilor_ttaite 'goads,' will be paid oh and after J ULULT
ist-NUXT up.-n presentai.lon- and del ivei yat the
AierehauttNatgooal Zunii,of.- Baltimore:- -
• - • VON'S'
• tid • Mar 1889.
Itos Tu s rocxllo..pEtr.s,•
The Board of Directors have twii dazderlared*
a semi.annpal dividend of ZINN YBIt CENT. on
the capital stovr of the , Company, eteari. or Na
tional and State taxes,, payable in cash on and af
ter May 0: •1869: • 1 •
'• Blank. Preen', of Mtornev for :collec ting dial-.
deride can be had at the office of the 93mpany,
No. )138 S. third street.- - • ,
The vette will be evened at 8 A. M. and closed
at 4 , 1 1 :1‘ ftOlte.May 30 to .June 5, for Ithe pay=
moat. of dividends, 1 . 414 „utter. that date :froai, 9
„ W,HCL.fai T. VIRTU, Tr4surer,.
• Ntrrire . ird attiment on New - Stock of.
'1868;111 depilate:l , blebs* before June 15,;• , ,
PITTSII UR GU IFT.WAYN'E`
• AND CHICAGO RAIL ;
UriFICE 01 1 TUE fir.OItZTAR.T.
. ITTEUMEGR, Je 5. ISt.
liyvirtne of a u thority con erre d reso O luebn
of the stock and, bundtolders of the. Plataburgn„
Port Wayne and 'Chicago 'Railway Company, at
the usua meetiog held at the office of the Compa
ny In thlis city. March 17th , 1).1269, an ad.
journed meeting or sed annual meeting will be
hetsi at the GenertolpMce ..t the. Camauy. In the'
ctly of Pittaburgh, at ICompan y. at'ar: of June
24111:' instant, for the purpose of' 'considering'
and acting apt); a lease (Or .a period of nip e:twa•.
dred acd nintly,-nine years. of the railway and
property of this Company o the Pennsylvania
Railroad tomgativ, mind ot upon such- other
,busiaess **may come before said adjouilted meet-
The.bO . ks for the tranater of Stock and bondi
of Pittsburgh, -Mort Way - re and. Chit ago
RailwaYCompanv, will close at 2 r. m.'on,Muot
t W h h l s l o t v h e..
oLa June &
9 a 7 PYe tai
and tattle odree.in Nittabarmh., and will re-op eat
on the 25th of June. . .
fly order or the Prettleot. • ,
F.M. HUT° tll NSON, .ecretary.
To the Holders of the First and sec.
and Mortgage Bonds of the Pitts
burgh.. Fort %Wayne and Chicago
In pursuance' of the authority vested. In the
Trustees,under the respective deeds of trust or
'mortgage securing the payment of the First and
decond • Mortgage Monde respeetively. of • tbel
Pittsburgh. fort Wayne and Chkago , RallwaY
Company, and la conformity with the t i iy-law 1p
relation to tine meetings of said bon holders,'
adopted At/rill. 1864, which provided that In
the absence from, the country of ettbeiri nf the
Trastees, meetings of the bondholdere may be
cal ed by the other Trustee.' the undersigned,
'Trustee under the eau.i deoeS; his sigmetated
Trustee now being absent ;hem thessltalOt r y.
hereby_eatis met Ung of the holders oM, be Said
Tint Mortgage Bonds, arid else meeting of the
holders of titt- said &eon 4 Mortgage Bolide, to be
held at the Office of the said t ompeny the city
of Pltubargh -on tbeTwENTin POURTA PiIAT
OF JUNE. MSG% at twelve o'clock. noon of-that
day. for the purpose of considering and acting
upon any and all alma question' act mar , wise, In
rekrence te sbe lease of the - raliwity: o ,; ,, fthe said
Company to the- Peensylvtusla:Rall canna
of. Orin reference to the coaversiod of the Pres
ent stock or the said Company Into a guaranteed
stock of a larger sugregate. , upon whch- divi ,
deeds at the rate of seven cent. per annum,
Payable quaiterly oat of the rental res erved In
the said•itasesballs t mad; and also for the our
raise of considering and acting upon any •and all
ocher welters 'glitch may come before the said
meetings or either of there.
jel6hklo • 13.. J. TILDEN, Trustee:
far PENNSYLVANIA atm-
- ruirarna.PMAL. PA., April 111 1 11369.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF•THE
SYLVANIA RAILROAD 4.IOMPARY.
All tatockholeers._as reelatered,on the /Seeks of
this Company on the 30th day 1868,
will be entitled Us -subscribe ler TH - ENTIC.FIVE
PEA CENT. of flu tr respective lnierettn hi New :
81.00, at psroui,follows:
First. Fifty per cent. at ;the iliac of &Putty —
Jigs. between the 15th day of lZay 1e169,,, and
the 30th defor June, 1809, •
Seeond, fifty per cent. -Ultwreia the ltlflp.day.
of NovensAr. 1889. and tbel3lst Haulm
ber. 18800 r. If Shxdtholdnre abould prefer. the
whole mount may be, paid.up airthe ttme of su b ".
striation. and each lairtalment so paid api shall be
entitled to a , pro rata of the Dividend that, may
be declared on tall shires.
Third: That, every Stockholder holdims Mess
thee four abar-a s shall be entitled to euterrihe
for tyse srou'et.and those holdins . more L Ham a.
multiple of four shares shill be entitled to sal,.
eeribe,for an additional, ;share.
Fistufh. All shares npOst whichinatalMenta are
yet 1 0 be paid ender Reaolotien of /tiny , /3,
be ;entitled to their idlutmeat of the
Twenty-filve• per cent, at par, as thou*b they,
teje:l9B.- -THOMAS T. Triaii. Treasurer.
tgrNOTIC't. f r
CITY TAXES -1869.
14'itcOoidant*Ipl 6ectfou ith,Patel29i of
ettrDligeot, • • .f• • •
NOTY DE 18 • =REIDY , ()nit N:
CITIZENS OF; ; - PITTSBURGH
City. That the lisserrickerms 'itlel9.'Of City. City .
Building,. Special," Poor, Busineds. City School
and Ward:, School Taxes and, City .Water Bents
have been returned to me for collection. I
The above taxes are subject to's. DEDUCTION
CF FIVE PER 0 RNT OM if:paid on or before the
pet D4Y, OF -'AIJOUnT, And TWO YICK
C N If sista between the IBS? • DAY - Or
A 8T and-the' INFT.F.ENTH -LA Ay; OF tors:
TEMBEIL - •
o lllarNo deduction ,will be Allowid.cli hoteDmOd
between trtember fit teentleand Octobeml
SIRPa n ditlon calve pee centam will be made_
taxeaunpald October drst, and in additional.
five per bqrturs will be addea to aU taxed re
inaintaglitipiod on November trot.
• STATE.MERCANTILE LICENSES!
- - .
'o Ade_railivitile:Appritser this fituntedAci.
r coUe4novi the antrateement. roe
liitaitelferoantilb Lieeziires wo r st ! t paid" , i;d:' be":
yid :Al - be pliused'in the bands,ot , 41,deruket_i:lbr
lecU n. . 0';'" - , •i
e , . - IA 4 , COORR&N A i[.•
° g ir t .1 4 . 3421 : 1',1 414:VX 1 I •
• TT, 1111 ,
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N. , pls o Dl,tiirkor.d‘ Allev;
, s- 11 t ) , UOl.ll . 1` 1
PISIP~B 11 /1 1 • 1 .
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Ot?. rota ittenuon.
tons Ituunlattir etaburett *id- 111k:talky.
.047151110 11 00 4 - iii t,:tritici 141 V't
- , citlAil-Yf *too %
I),LLWayr NAIL t.i.Mdik' NirSivati a 3
J , !lrtrilL 40111 It
?it** oltl'ir 1a 131246 lAtitileAlitittout
Ai i .- Ar,i ::•, , rupnkrof JAncoingliik% 031 A
Orta E. LavSealelltnil l*
.= tor zutsbetthal Delia '
0 W i r
ge,' , .be ILO - Oli
office. 4'J r. CO EiR '• I f: WiErf , '..1
- 4 Klima Our Soopeer.;
OPEN THIS MORNING!
BLACK AND BROWS
SILK; SUN UNBRtLIAAS.
COTTON SUN UIIBBELLiS,
At Very Low Prices.
LADIES' & ILDREN'S
HATEi, :BONNETS &' FRAMES.
RIBBONS AND FLOWERS.
Ladies' White Cotton Stockings,
AT ISIS CENTS PER PAIR
LADIES ' : : K I D; ;
... AT 75 CENTS PER. Pl.ift:
Ladies' White \ Tacked Muslin Skirts,
:AT 'ONE DOLLAR,
No. 189 and 182 Federal Street,
4 . ;
• liplj •
4 14' .
Ica Pr 4 , 111 Z. a
111 ti t,
. 0 4
ta 0- • i ;
12:1 • ;
NEW SPRIG GOODS
THEODORE -.F. PHILLIPS',
. • r . •
87 Xarket street.
Prints, ilinslins, Dress bends,
• MIA ',SHAWLS.
PULL 'LINE or
STS. BIARILET STREET. ST.
%.-/ —tuts wilson. Carr & Coi,ll
' InitOUNIALLIO DEALERS IN,-
Foreign Ind Domestic Dry Goods,
94 WOOD Isoriiiurr.
Third door above Dim:load alley,
. . .
W A ILE 1 1° A I . IE
New and , Randflon* Designs,.
-- • n
No..ll„nr.lOrEPTO h•Ti - •
.IbY , eke greet
;-, MUD: FIFTHI#V34‘I334)
Flakbriatug , iniriaretallf selected'itiiek
at thafraiw' gist
RD sonar to tali Cirreniareirrtati•imilar
thus trade: smirwaith 41 - 3 ivrer prtimil*
I ~•& 'Baty
.11.1 1 7 , 41, 1 1P4001 1 611:t.,iic:
T.!l antleci7cif) ofif
PROgifit i ggatVai /Wiltet
t. 7111 ';'.• • • •••
Ari,HiCir. irk 4(
NE W RE,
,t fi ( l. ell!.!cri ft) bra: iiwt)
i v 4••11/1:0fif
AT 3T3¢ CENT S
, ' r
YARD WIDE;FINE ALPACAS,
AT SS CBNTti.•
YARD WIDE FINE ALPANEI,
NEW . A.85 . 0.2.TM.K . NT OF
FINE BLACJi .ALPACAS,
Black Mohair Lustros,
BLACK TAIIIIESE CLOTH.
Btaik Mk)/ .1)e/aines, ike., ae.
GREY:AND TAN LINENEJ,
per Le4lles' Snits.
PLAIN AND FIGURED LAWNS,
All Departments of the Rouse
will be kept swell supplied with
New Goods, dai. i y arriving,
No. 180 and, 182 Fedora' Street,
WELIN)NBI, KELLY . ;
3lamufacturen mad Wholearle titmice" la
Lamps, lanterns, . Chaideliers,
AND - LAMP COODS.
Also, °mow Alm itislucemire One,
' ,I3 ENWINM. 4e.i. -
N 0.147 Wood -Stieet
ee9 al2 ' itetiren fith it4;l,Clid Avenues.
FLUTY CAN TOi3S.
FRITIT-C AN TOP.
COT.T.INS & ICHT,
P (TTSTII7P, GB ,
ins/ Mit aloft breptesst to:lomilp WAWA& i
Potters. 1r is perrect, ettele, Aloft
the plain top, having th e n wee im
Fruits stamped upon - thil , eover..rwliating from
the center endact In3ex-or pointepeampee upon
the top of,the, Can.; ..:'...i‘ : c, 21 :
nits Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently I
by merel placing the name of the fruit the
can Contai'n's opposite the pointerantsealing in
the customary manner. 2io preserver ottrult or
rood' housekeeper'will use any other after once
WATER JP*ES, ;
A IslBe assortment,
$p14:147 51d Avenitemear Smithfield St.
GLASS. CHINA. CUTLERY.
UM WOOD STREET.
d . . , ..,,,NEW GOODS.
Q - FINE VASES;
c a *Kiwar.fAzi.... £ND ilium.
N 'T BT D M IN Z Ait BETE ' '.; ';•,'';''' •
Q - -• TEA B ATS,
W smosme Brit, . 9/FT
A large stock - of
gISIITEB PLATED UOODS
‘ tte. '
,t ' *,::..,f .• r.... • , ... ~;.:.•
lA4 0 . 41 and exastdue, oar goods, anti we
• fee; iatlseed no °awned. eig to.besuited.
ce e i
- E. - 1 3RXED : • 86 :CO;
' '4 i I iki 'AL L i
riotriNvol TO,. T,.
es. • In salts sa.
t 4111kte e M i d tiVei ls ce . Thn n"
due an CU Of In are .
commetely led: Spermatorristaor
nal W b eahasss rt IletboteneTi Vic trim
l ier sa .az or et er Canna, au w Drwpoej
setae o the'fonoerthge l l ni rects, as blo nen, - -bony
I te - MdlltelMl alunpaloo,mvarsion ita;
soda wunanllness, dread of Were mats. ;
loss emo . Indolence, noournal crolastassr,
and Yee tad se*".xtju solo
render Aulnlare ***Lorre, . theretpro,
imprudent, ski perecaLrenUr c!al
plaeritil mese or anyother del,* ' Inellealat•
. diti ihnSetufAtateasirilunkinal emu !haul&
, We Oa DOM? & tri&l;
.ba . 0).0 1 4, , ty,
littare;dareOtaereden WWII:" Wi''
, Lem tes, la II - In
mationkes lithe VongAtao :
rirgbete or Bar e> , 1:: 1
ed.eittb ituteen: ' , s.: t , i 1111. AU ' -
It lakkitin4s* tott A poysiot4:l4japeplifht'ei,
M i ll.thue l l,,neLl no ulrjereater a s kiLths qu i v s p eet w at
'ollllo4lt hal eltpositiM'afreslerwa•
or' Mutt be h44lk6w,VllW**)
or mafi fo r two stamps, in Seliall ell
Seery sentence contains Instruction'
Meted, and enablte -- • to determine the ire
else nature eainplidatsu i.',
The eekab men; comprising „ ten ample,
rooms Need I' -.Whirkill?itr•ntl4kt
Ilik eoti ntl eili mvali. tat to ,
a,, bat in .4tstra l , fr .„
pr.. ........ ..rafita4rethilineona.
Won Is absolutely neeetsurY. 11 .trk
Others 0417memnal attention is te L , Vtd
i t :
muss aw „ ontilou e y noir bitten here an,
i Mna. akii-lifilsr
•UaafreheariptkrAC (lirdParagilin We'
Mitt i t &lir gabliprettealriratenViirbell
, LIZ it iOh Fp, i:V l ttr 74 :s
P ...1 .0 ;?7r...-ai."01.3 N.(, 1 . lz _pt.: ti l t :).I:itil t r:
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