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CAMBRlktpellti;fil to put up a $49,000
gao)lt y.; •
Kracttncounty gaol is empty of Pris
Bganks, the Altoona incendiary, was
co Ticted of, arson last week.
continued wet weather is threaten
in to destroy the . crops in Lawrence
Tn3Hrie and• Pittsburgh Railroad Com
pany is' building a substantial new
bridge over the river at Sharon.
LYDIA IDA DAIIIIIMPERIE, 'aged five
years, and living in President township,
Yenango county, recently fell from a log
on which she was trying to cross Hemlock
creek; and was drowned.
TEE Waynesburg Ilepubliesn says a
colored- man named Coston was killed at
Gray's Landing, Saturday :last. He Wag
driving a team, which ran off, and threw
him in some way to cause his death. .
Lev on Wednesday night a eailor, ,
named Cook, stepped - off the Philadel
phia and Erie - dock, at - Erie, and was
drowned: - In attempting
another sailor:got in and Was 'with diffi
culty rescued. _ •
Tye Pennayliania Railroad and :the
Western Union Telpgraph Company are
atiout to construct a line of- telegraph
from Blairsville: -to Indiana, which will
doubtless be .a great convenience to the
people of that vection.
,florairtori's circtrs troupe
drove into Brookville, on Sunday, the
18th ult.,, and Put .up at , the hotels en
gaged'for. them. On Monday they were
arrested and fined for breaking tbe Sab
bath by traveling on that day.
. BliiOP KIiRFOOT, on 29th of July,
consecrated St. Patd's,. (Episcopal)
Church, Erie. _ PIC was assisted by a score
of oleigymesilfrom this and neighboring
dioceses, „including - Reve. Messrs. Seer•
borough,'Egar and Hartman, from Pitts
A POE of William Risher, of Middlesex,
aged-about fifteen, was killed in the old
Ree4 ) }:kank on the 17th . inst. Young
Risherdriving a mule, hitched to a
car in th bank, and the mule ran - away,
throw' the car from the track and run.
ning it : : '. st one of the props, which
wasicno :4- . down, and a portion'of the
roof fell on he young man crushing him
to death..tatererice.rounta. '
A. Stamm drinking , fountain has been
Wlaced in frcult of the- Court House at
est Chester, at which the wayfarer may
slake Ilia thirst, withoutmoney and with
out price.l For this
. great improvement
the citizens of tiff - town are indebted to
that noble woman, Mrs' John Hickman,
she having' suggested the same, and col
lected the neceassry means to pay for ft.
HOw.many thirsty ones will say: "God
bless the woman for this act." •
A BI3aINESS COLLSGZ is about to be ea.
tabliabed at Circleville. •
Tim police of Urbana. are attively en;
gaged in wart= against thii city bagraos.
Tnn peopl e: of Ashland have taken
steps to repair sand beautify their cane
TEE CormMull:mars of Tascarawas
county offer a reward of ; $l,OOO (or the
arrest and, wiivialan of the • parties en
gaged:Art.4w attempt to rob - the Treasury
of that county.
THE Democracy of Efeerison county
hold their Dirtikty 'Nominating Carmen
tion:on _ , -Monday, -August 16th. The
to arneldp meetings are to be held on the
Tat socking Malley llortlealtnral
sociation propose to have a picnic at the
&Soria Farm on' the 26th of - August
next, when.they expect to entertain the
Ohio Grape Growers' AssoCiation.
Two 'moatAsr, who had" just landed ,
in this country, put up fur the night at a
hotel.: The weather was.very warm and
sultry,. and on retiring for, the night, they
left the bed•roam..window open; and for
some reason they left their light burning.
As a consequence, the room was soon full
of mosquitoes, and the little "varmints"
bit the Irishmen - unniercitully.*: By-the
by, we believe `this biting folks is natural'
with the mosquitoi so they -are not to
blame. Well, the 4rishnliin endured It
until forbearance ceased to be a virtue,
and then got np and showed . fight.,
Their noise attracted the attention of the
landlord, who, went into, the .room and
asked them: what they were doing. - They
told him that the "little bugs" - bit them
so that they couldn't sleep. • He saw that
the light had attracted the musquitocs, so
that they literally swarmed the room, and
put it> out aid told them to,'so to bed.
The landlord left the rooni, said; instead
of gettingiantobed,they.prated themselves
one in 'each corner of the room
"Now," nays,one, "we'll desave the
little divile; whe they tome to the bed
they'll not find us thae; sure." `
A few moments patOuo in silence, when
in few a lightning -bug; to the'wonder and
astonishment of *lrishmen, who, had
never seen one before; and as he merit
Acting about the.room, one of them-whis
pered out:'' . ,
"Whist, Pat, the little divil has been
and gots lantern."
History doesn't state whether or not the
"little Civil" endOeded biding the
Fiummt4Alt Trope's- to, do pray
4114 the 101 1 Sackee of,Yreial . Palnt;in &OH—
iimPt by m 044 dethisive,Panttato ja
shops or factories; sellipg Mourne by user
• yartishdpostlngit on irsibiLlika paper.
•gii40,114 Iltrprersil It o IL- pitiolos;•the
qavontor, soesdilt on
eass,'foiming tblut* Smooth - grottnh 011
*dot 141031116" or coital eigt.Ori
:plata Or. efflanketittgi.,mr imils or :
After ; drl:ing; the sortaiiiis
, Imaished, sod the.tpii ,wltlt. it*.tpni 401
ZOOvOlfrOni the Ow, WiseAf res4iy for
hsogiogithawsll orsalepos to jrCdecorat.,
od INCormed. Bouutriter•ProOPPli d
p ul obehisibirterhkso cut P.
, the ilesiblkfo4 to. /0 ow
fate irrsguktritisoft we won Atoouldinge
without,orsokingTheidot NM I. ; •
Dranwo the reap- freshet on he night
.o he PM. tiree;vra n . nearXigean
- 01;eak , Pike - malty,- were, ,motitd
out of , the , theme and carne off by the
raging stmarm , Thee along tenacity
to floating wood, and 'finally lodged tin
wale , drillwood,:wheie they remained till.
"vnezt ummlag, 4 the eldest o theath a
dadyisholearia,r, 4,1 r vi•
, drglp: the
• - ' ta-1.
• Washington !tem&
It is under stood thst,Glineng Sherman
has instructed General "Canhylhat 'he is
,to lake nottedisi in thernaller of:admin.
littering the' irm.clatt ..test4 , ..oash l 4o the'
memberaitlect of Legfidature
'until the Matter shall have been! =o9ludli;:,
eied in the Cabinet,' f,.?'
It is predicted that the publto debt state-.
meat for the month of July will show a
decrease in the public debt of about $9,
000,000 since March 4. The remainder
of the year will reap very little more rev._
enue than will carry along the current ex
penses, but is'belleved that the debt will
the year, March 4, 1870.
Senator 3lorton will renew his finan
cial bill next session, aid will also sup
port a measure of universal amnesty the
moment the Fifteenth iunendmentos a
Much spedulation is indulged in con
cerning the visit of. Horace Greeley to the
White Sulphur Springs, in Virginia.
The Radicals are apparently distrustful
of hiin, and would not be surprised to
see•him taking prominent part with the
Conservatives. .-Some think he is in con
sultation with Southern Conservative pol
iticianir;•and laying plans for a movement •
looking`to the elevation of Judge Chase
to the Prebidency, on a platform of gen
eral amnesty'and universal'suffrage.
, Col John W. Jenkins, ',Chairman of
the Wells wing of.the_Republican State
Central Committee of •VirginiN has writ
ten a long letter to Dr. Gilmer. Chdrman
of the Walker Wing, which he reviews
the, course . of political action in Virginia
for the last three or four months,
that there was no essential differeice in
theininciples supported by -Walker. and
the.nuijority of the Wells :men,-:and says
that the division in the partywas on men
rather than anything else. He concludes
as follows: "As a Virginian•my highest
ambition is to see Virginia prosper, and
acting upon grave considerations of pub.'
lic policy, I take .this early opportunity
to communicate with you upon the pro.
priety of uniting the two wings of the
Republican party, and • establishing a lib
eral Republican organizatiOn, in whose
ranks all who really love the Union may
join, whether they may have been but
toned in-gray or blue, and thus create .a
permanent, powerful and lasting party.
which shall secure the permanent pros
perity of the State." • -
Jno. W. Jenkins, ` Chain= of the
State Central Committee, of the - Wells I
wing of the Republican party, having
written a letter to Dr. Gilmer, Maiman
of the Central Cotamittee of the Walker
wing of the Republican party, urging
that the two shall reunite for carrying
out the Republican principles in this
State, the latter writes a letter in reply,
saying that the 'Walker Republicans left
the Wells party because the, latter was
forced to do so or oppose the policy of
the President. After alluding to the al
most unanimous endorsement of Repub.
lican principles by the white men of the
State, and as - -sating that the coiored peo
ple, who were misled by the Wells lead
ers, ere now flocking by httndreds to the
Grant-Walker standard," he concludes as
follows :" "Yon "
ask for a militia' of the
two wing; of the Republican party. I
cannot admit that the party is divided.
On the contrary, I claim 'the Grant-
Welke party is the National Republican
party of Virginia; representing the policy
1 of the President and of Congress, and as
such has no diviaion to heal. To the
hite Wells party I have only to say, we
shall gladly welcome them to our ranks,
for we are unwilling, to deprive any class
of citizens of the innumerable bleisings
that must flow to Virginia from an run
eqpivoc9l enforcement of those national
principles of which President Grant and
Congress are the head and front."
Letters from Havana represent the
Captain 'General' as being greatly dis
pleased with the course whfch affairs are
taking In the interior, and also that he
apprehends some -opposition to the de
parture of Espiritu on the part of the
volunteers.. In 'consequence of the un
ceasing eflorts of the Ameticlux Consul,
several American citizens who have been
imprisoned at Havana, since January-
last, have been releasod. =•
The reports from the interior are gen
erally favorable for the revolution,. and'
one "Sfestish Officer gives it'as his opinion
that one hundred thousand more troops
from Spain willbe required to conquer
the !eland. The cholera Is making fear
ful' havoc at Nuevitaisi t*ro hundred
of the troops there are dying daily of the
Colonels Ryan and Currier, of the late
Cuban cavalry, are at Clifton Canada,
where they attract much attention. They
appear to be in no wise dispirited at the
recent turn of affairs in New York. They
look upon the reported discussions in the
Junta as more calculated to injure the
members individually concerned in them
than to prove detrimental to the cause of
Chinn independence. Ifitti the Suntri
properli sustained the Gardner's Island
expedition, they allege that they would
have long ago reached Cuba with the
forces they were recently. compelled to
abdadon in . New York.
THE wonder of the White Mountains
this:season is the = Mount. Washington
Railway. This -work is now entirely
finished `and In; operation' from the base
of the mountain 'to the Tip-Top House.
The station at the base of the mountain
is'elz 'miles froth the F_lften_plete, or
seven piles !rem ' the W h ite 'MoUntidst .
,Thtittilread ascends the inautt-;
inalehtrablyalrilght Ovrse, 110 w
its the generilline of the old Esimur,
zbildlepatk.: The upper, depot. is 2,085!
. feet. above the lerei .of the sea, or 1,117:
• feet above - the • Whiho Mountain- House.
This leaves a grade , of a;soo , feet to' "tee
overdone% as the height of the 'mtilintain
,is 0,285 feet-above - the level , of the sea.,
;The length of the road isEtWo miles 'arid,
Ihirteen.idxteentlut.' The harried 'grade
Is 'thirteen' inches . toeo,e' yikr4 tad the
' 1 1044t; three Inc es. ,
: . :ItEgir4ma.the Empress: : uggaie; , *isci
:is fond of all art. - .oftexPeairltsit ,
bee health. (width she thinks is wretched
ibttermined to- send los DrriCliatiphrai
"homeopath*. physician of. sonntettdnence:
He came. The Empress eiplaititd)Vdiat
thsr wished? and added by -way of
tow' "But t ; to avoid " an leen 11
14:inY attendant' p hy sician; 'yore would
greatly Oblige tfie;:it yen - would .
41 0 Veit pens staifeise." Ttri
Charge rePitedi:,„ , l: catitiot accept
Myself :care,- bat . I
seapot accePt)kfer the make or the setionj
to which I belong 'lwill rcome _openly
bythe litatepitaircue, ara.must decline
the honor lb- attend your Majesty." , , The
art pewit relined to IttSC9Pt:l l 4 eO llB 4 1 P14
PrrISEURGH GAZETTE: „wgsixsx, AUGUST 3, ISt,
Cuban , Analri
Ankradvadent of the i ,....... ,
ivritAß a ap103e;1f,,..
Orleans • 12*
Dived ctrßrolo Uelal
tothat paper cartage 8 or, iblllitilte°ll*
"" - hleh 'We OUP """e Mari
•ara,ifrotrkll latots • ; mate •the
canning illiou.ll_, led, it is also 1":37,
...bi.emewhebtauthe Irma* mar
to a certain degree o f
t a PCtrtit)n. of - lb. ?
till trade; tr it is: . •
"The 'grain speculator' is-.a , rakish
looking chap, anywhere from twenty-Ave
to fifty, wears the 'tightest and must
striped breeches, mounts a nobby tile
and sports the gayest necEtie out, drives
a team, very natty and last always--(who
ever saw a grain spec ulator on foot?) 1
tools' down in the morning WAN!,
'Board,' and 'tools' p in the evening to
hear 'Molly' twank on the piano, lunches
at Delmonico's, and after dark —let me
whisper it very low--isseen going into'
the 'European with , Molly' on his . arm
—('another bottle for 6')—or is seen
coming down stairs very late from the
neighorhood of 'Aiken's,' muttering
something about his great leak of ibre
sight in not 'coppering' for that there
'"Whence comes the 'grain spectaator L ',
and whither he goes when he has played
himself out, no mortal man knows. He
appears suddenly, resplendent in jewels
and striped shirts, and like - a comet,
dashes across the horizon of the ,grain
market, and disappears es rapidly, after
a short and sometimes brilliant eareer,
as he cam& The 'grain speculator' is, in
deed a wonderful man. His rooms:•are
magnificent, and are always plied with
mirrors and tobacco smoke. lie loves
with stove that is more • than'io'ae, all
games of chance, ami no one. ever, need
spoil for a bet while the grain speculator
liveth, as he will etake his bottom dollar
whereVer he has one chance In fifty.
He;his travelled this -wide world o'er,
done everything for a living, always hats
.money and a diainotid pin, and wouldn't
be a child of nature for any consideration.
he Is first seen seated in an - office in the
'rear of the Chamber of Commerce, with
a wonderful" It slim announcing to the
ignorant public that his name is Smith,
and that he is prepared to buy any
amount of grain, make ruinous adyances,
sell and buy on any terms, and at the
shortest notice. Byll a.. si,helemerges
from his office, and joins a group of ten
or a dozen other 'grain speculators,' and
talks with an astonishing Volubility of
'shorts' and 'longs,' 'seller July,'
August,' etc. Pretty soon Brown comes
along. Brown wants to bny. Smith
wants to sell. Smith by the way, has
not abtishel of grain in the world; he has
Gray a handful in a little box on his
office desk. Brown wants. 20,000 bush
els of wheat by theist day of August, at
sixty cents. Smith agrees to deliver 20.
000 bushels at that price, and on that
day. Bargain closed. Smith and Brown,
like two gamecocks about to light, eye
an imagininary 'grain of corn'—that's
the fluctuation of the market—and when
the lst day of August , comes along, if
grain can be bought at any figure below
sixty cent', Smith buys - and delivers 20,
000 bushels and pockets the difference.
Should grain go up and be worth seventy
cents. Smith don't buy and don't deliver.
He only 'busts' Mho haslicifund to com
promise with Brown. its all profit to
Brown, who takes his chances too); and
gets put off the - "board. In plain Eng
"flab, Smith beta Brown that grain will
be less than sixty cents on August 1, and
Brown bets ( it will, be, more, heads I
win, tails you lose." •
Postotrice Changes in Pennsylvania.
Dunningsville, Washington county—
John gned T. Sunny, vice •T. H. Long, re
Beallsville, Washington county—A.
Odbert, vice T. H. Hill, resigned. •
Red Bank Furnace, Armstrong coun
ty—David Gaunt, vice H. Hepler, re
Wilkins, Allegheny coup William
W. Burchfield,vice 3; E. Rogers, re
Dtincansville, Blair county—Miss A.
Gibliony, vice 3.11." fliblany, resigned.
Rivera% from the Japanese colony in
Eldorado county, California. are favora
ble. Colonists have been sick with the
acclitnatiti4 fever but have now • re
covered.. The tea nuts which •they
planted are up a finger's height. They
are all tea grower s , and tea makers, and
mural to make tea.the specialty. There
is no doubt of their success. They also
planted mulberry treeai on all of which,
varieties will be grafted from Japan next
:year. Rice will also be 'planted. The
colonists are delighted with their location,
:and write letters to • Japan earnestly en
treating, their friends to come to this
Tan .ToPeka Commtnwecath tells the
following: L certain prominent legal gen
tleman of Leavenworth, who has a fond
ness for the populargame of "pitch„' heti
been recently elevated to a distinguished
position in the Episcopal Church. One
of his principal duties Is to pass the con
tribution basket.:.. few Sundays since
this gentleman came along with his bas
ket to a pew filled with "pitch" croaks,
and shaking the receptacle enticingly be•
fore them said, "Throw in your game,
boys, throw in' your game!" They did
throw. in, and the finances of the church
were considerably "set up."
Toe Maine, State prison, at Thomaston,
has received the addition of a new granite
wing, enlarging its capacity seventy-five
per cent. ; About forty-five men are now
at work in the shoe shop, and about $9,000
worth of boots are ready' or• the market.
Work is brisk . In the write shop, and
the 'busineas of this department Is In
trussing every year:_ : 1 The extreme Pun
ishment inflicted upon rPfractery prison
ers le confinement , the darts cells nu,s
bread4nd. water diet. ~ . These- cells have
no bed; bencn or seat in them—nothing
but-the bare walleandlioor--and are per
,fectly dark; •
Bit areeent artMetnint' between the
French Jihdater orrdUcl 43410 au
`thOrities'Of terugtiVpipuift tett' rep
lar exchaige of Germanan nch. stn
. deiteuitralning for prorsibrimo atpublic
suhnursAilllentefortii_tskeV4cb 4 oe9 l
the:two countries.. '
regard to Frenchint French seminar*
the young French. students .are to, be • ad
mitted' free of all expense , to the benefits
:of German-. colleges fora certain number
*. :ROSE lime* who is coming: to this
"WOOL "inl Pneepa's ., Engliih
ttim Troupe, 'will rake her debut in
"rnriainionla:" ''Stin is to' hives4C,/,0
week, to goads ettlisr traveling e*penses
encl.& inivittn.oarriage. e She is NW to be
young end beautiful) , and brillleat vo.
4 11, 8 01 4 Mr.
:Nonni-et Kideliehould receive the meat
'United BLOW Jiidgeship Mali% Gov.
Chamberittiuhsvilll be .ahe relay United
, Stateeleasstir. •:Others Think tbitt Eteak.
er Blaine is the 4rattit' ihr , that
WELDON a - AWILLis •
11aiiptitdaitt nand Incelessle Dealers ft
Law, . Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
411X4 CARBON AND LIIBRIdATINe OUA
N 0.147 Wood Street.
0e9:n22 a Between sth and tlin eviaack,
SELF ,Z 1 B ENG
Fit Yi'- Tfw
COLTJNS Sr. IA"? IGHT,
We: are • now prepared to. Ripply Mumps and
Potters. It is perfect, simple. and as cheap as
the .plainttop. hating; the names of Um various
Fruits stamped upon the cover. radlattngg front
the center. and an fader. or Water upon .
the top of the Can. , • . ,
It is Clearly, Distinctly and r ennanently
1 4 4L1M.T. - VTJoi
by merely opposit e ename of the frsdt the
can contains t h e poin t er and Sealing in
the customary manner. fio preserverot.anit or
good housekeeper will use any °thereafter °nee
seeing t. , • - to=
PIPES.: CHIMNEY _ ac.
WATER PIPES, - -•
♦ large uaoriaseat.
EiIINET H. COI.LIVS,
aplithr? fM Avenutimeir Staftbfleld et.
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS.
Would call attention to the large reduction we
have made in
Silk Parasols and Sun Umbrellas,
SELLING AT RALF PRIM
COTTON H T I LE Y. OLVIrB7
All at. Very Low Prices.
COLORED SILK PANS, -
(of ail kinds.)
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO,
78 & 80 Market Street.
MN:SD IR GOODS
311CRLII & CARLISLE'S
No. 27 _Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroideries sad Laces. ,
Elboonsand Plower*. • •
Hats and Bonnets.
Wove 111,th:wand French Corsets.
New Styles 'treater s skirts.
Parasol. -+&1 the new styles. •
Pun and Rain Umbrella*.
HenderY — the best English makes.
'Menlo ibr-"Harris" Seamless Kids."
Spring and Bummer underwesr„
Sole Agents for the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irving," —West End,"
"Elite." act "Dickens," "Lierbyoyand other
Dealers supplied with the above at
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
fa?' .jal , • zg . ;01 gi.
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a - -. i1 4 -- t•
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r lO / 411 4 3 32 . 4
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NO. it ui Va
Itlrel dearsatort sus
w is Alt.
CNN _ PECK. ORNABIENTAIL
w i r t iq ua .alajei t ed g r•
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ar lax. -sr. lees).
C'A R P."E'T'S;
We offer at Retail, for THIRTY DAYS ONLY,
a line of New and Choice Patterns
:Rag TaPesPil:_ --Brabeeiss- /BMW§
and utner Carpets,
AT. LESS THAN COST OF LISPURTATION,
and our entire ecock at prices which make It an
object to buy_ this month, as these donde have
never oven offered Below. . _
Oar Store will close at SP. until September
tgA:Ri . ...p...: - .E.i...T . ,! .- 0 -
Floor Oil Cloths,
311L4LrIur Ot G 113,
AT LOW PRICES.
We - offer rrusoy. of onr goods mach below last
Bprfng.s prices. Those needing goods in one
line eau Mae money by buying at once.
BOVA), ROSE CO.,
41:441T . , - -
312.33. e, issee.;
in W t e hu ar ceitri o nt r T an worUsent unparalleled
WETS BRUSSELS TRREE-PLYS,
The Very Newest !Magus,
Of our own r+ernt Ithoonatldfl and velectedfrom
MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED
VERY BUPBRIOR . •
QUALITY AND COLORS.
An Extra Quality of Rag Carpet.
We arc now selling razz, of the above at
OREATLI REDUCED PRICES.
.ro. 51 FIFTH 4 PE,Jr/IF.,
3e22 • - •
'OLIVER M'CLINOCII ti CO.
RAPE.MST RECINVEDA '
FINE gr.T.FICTION OF
MELEE Frit MCP
INGRAIN , CARPETS.
TUE LARGEST ASSORTMENT-OF
WHITE, CILECK & FANCY
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
Eli TUE CITY :
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OLIVER McCIDITOCK le, CO'S.
OAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
' DICKSON, STEWART
Having rumored their (Moe to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
(Lull Flcntr ht 111) &SWIM 3100011. •
Irl s amt sliaitrid to itulttrli M/GRID'
DX butar imt CULL O bi ILLOIG at ttit
All or t— leS . Ta thelicdtioe; or itddirtsed to
them• i thrt i lisk the 'mil, will be ettesded to
ICI: ":e Via)t:
prints disseilesterphilla Itiall Us fOnns4` ll
Menem Jan titestreets of niercan are
eomlteir ciolito; lirleintsiorrtea or smi.
nal mimes, and - impotency. resulting from
'elf se crofter mums. sad which produces
ems or ne owing eihtmiens Mottoes. bear
meekness. In Ulm ooWmption. cyaga
e. u drew of Mare
of memosvi indobsaast nocturnal mitiasiorni.
44 d IMO/ ga OX°ll= MN alma stem as ao
rends: marrismi lactsrY. thereon
imprudent, an perintemtn enred. 6r.
lined with thus or any other deltik inu.
or lOntstannan sonstltggonal orkinpWo "Wan
gm toe Doctor • trial; nenever MIL '
. A, dm sonli a Mistsc a :
Plaints. 14114ITAta QZ.7(111 tell, 7
motion or ulceration of the Womb. brazitis,
Plurgitrisadr lienorringles prunes.
non an blernity or Eternalness , arlutrest
ed wax icremestauCcess. -• , - - - - _
It irselfesv ident that Aversions who. ones
Wendt eneinsively to the study of 6 certain ease
of diseases and treats thousands , ammo- even
vier MGM Idelniirt great MOM laticildir
man one in gane
~ The Doctor publishes a medical panitilet 'Of
lifll Pligell . ..thattitelli b /allAtpostri g tvoa tenal
't e for Mro stattn i sealei r rnn i Urs.
senteneeliontaiss metnetist - so the at.
S ir ridsublinit Mitin.to deterante the pm.
A 'AVM ,tnetr maplainta. - -, . .4,,,
- estmennmest, , com Prising ' ten =pm
nosup s i oral l: , Maw* is not tionvetdfttm
Molt cin, the. Doctor's. opistion can noon.
mine tor airint • Written statement °Ube cane.
and UWAIMI coirebi , lb:Warded by , milt or ex.
Pres& !S i am* inatinela. honorer. * Personal
examine n All aMoluullf . moon" . stillerla
othen y pommy attention is regimen, end
hir the ILIMOMMOdatiOn r MUM patients Man nri
sperwents otomecto4 WM me 0 1 1 Mlitt imam.
VIM wtth every requMite that iit minim% to
- tenon moven. mandinif medicated Tam'
' the. 611 prescriptions are prepared in Me
Doctor's own laboraton. mitter u ld u yonal 1111.
on. Medical pamiritels at. o .I , fee, of
Milt• s on
nit two ("MST `No ` t mwwho - hays
Tailed. reed what be taw aeon 9 AIM. 10111-15,16
iinonert lit es. todrirql• tlano,Eio. 9
MIST. (near Vt lionsed rirtibunVga
aroma. SALE Or
31cFAIMilrn & WIBM.
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENDX.
COAL AND COND.
STATEMENT OF Wig -
BEN FRANKLIN INSIIIIANCE CQ
j •. Of Alieghenlik Pa.,.
FOR M YEAR ENDING IGNE 300.,1869.
A ETS. .100, 000. 0 $
:743; 6 8,.
_00099 80 . 00 .
. • .... 0.036
4109. L 34
RECEIPTS. - •
• • ---- • ...... •• •• $ 15.720 aT,
.• O. 783 41
Stock N0te5.... .......
bonds and Motgages
CAS/ 3 On hUpd
illtereat• • •
a _ - 318.50534 1 8_,
Lpsses pain - • - - 3..1. '7 0 9 Ott
Ocoee pense.taxes and 'tamps C 036.94
Commissions • 381.71
Return premiums and rtincu
` .-- ••I1 569.94
Amount of outstanding ri5k5,61,a49,E1G1.01.1
jor' :msCrworrnB 777 - 1 - 7 •%* r.,,•.
"MEAL- 11111 -.-. INSURANCE -.•.6.
Office, 75 yede7alSt., Allegfieny . City.
Hon. JAMES t GRAHAM,
Bev. J. B.; CLARK.. D. D. -
Capt. R. ROBINSON, -
Rev. A. R. BELL, D.D
Be?. S.E. NEoBIT, D.D.,
W. A. REED. Caattler Allegheny Tree% CO.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
BIHON DRUM. Mayor of Allegheny.
C. W. BENN Y. Hatter,
A. B.- BELL,__Attorney.at-Law,
D. L. PATTERSON: Lumber Metc.bart,
D. MORELS. Insuriusee Avail!".
Capt. ROUT. RORINIROBIt President.
Rev. 4, R
B. CLARK, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB USH, Secretary •
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer..
M. W. WHlTE'ldrances AMISS& .
DANIEL SWOOKI4 Win Agent.
This Is a home company. conducted on the mutual
principle, each policy holder receiving an equal
share of the profits of the- Company. - Ponder
will be teemed on all the different plane of Lite
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi—
cal Muds will afford a safe investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money st.
home to encourage home induatrv. mh2O:g/13
OF ALUMNI, PA.`
OFFICE. IN nwria..rx asvurst sews..
Bro. 4.1 ,Obio • Ifite l ,',4l.llpieserrY.
HOICIL COMPANT, mound bY Direcuml.
WeD lcuown to the community, WllO trust by fair
deallue to merit a ItliPb of your patrot ate.
'Henry Irwin, D. L. Pattersa, Wm, Coo=
@to. IS. Biddle, ,Jscob Prams, Gottlelb
Simon Dram, J. B. Smith. . Jacob Bush,
W. M. Stewart; i Ch. P. Whist On. Joseph Craig.
Jor.. Lauther, 33. J. Ziokano. rprp. Wnbey.
- R. E. EtERON.
apio:o3S • • - _ •
rinstiews DIN G.
No. 251 Fifth Avelasus. Second Floor,
PITTSSO ROB, re.
Capital All Pahl Up.
N. J. B_Wer. .H.W.oEver,jr, Capt.la.Ballen
Diann wailace, .S. H. Hartman, lA. Chambers,
Jake Hill, .8. Ji , Cinekan. Jas. H.
Thomas Smith, iJne.S.
ROBEHTI4. Slb6 President.
JNO. F. JENNINGS, Vice President.
JOS. 7'. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
Capt. B. J. GRACE. Oen , l Agent.
Inures on Liberal Terms on all Fire
and Marine 11126E4
NATIONAL • ' -
Cor. Federal R. and Diamonds. Allegheny;
in the SECOND NATIONAL BANE
JOHN BROWN. Js., Vice Preiliient;
JAMES E. tiTYVENSON. Secretary.
John A. Myler.Jas. Loctliart,Jos. Myers.
Ja&L.Graliam.. , Rotert.Les, C. Bowie.
INSURANCE COMPANY ,OF PITITSBUR6Ri
OPFIOE. No.IBIK WOOD 13THEET,
Or CODINERCE.BM.DLEIO. -
This is a Koine Coraininy..,and luny* a n nalist
100 by lire exclusively.
LCItK.O ON P ,BRZT-PL A WE, AICITeKEe P
T r ,R e r P s e i r n d e s e s n ide .
r n . t
21t B 11 MARLERNI # ets.
L eo nard waiter, lieorg. Winer.
C. C. Bevie, bee. W. a. .. .
. Bo Pa t rick, J. C. Lappt,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Plelner,
Josiah King, • Jobn Voeguey,
Lag. H. Bohm% A. Armor.. .
Henry Sproul. 334:
pEM : EIP INSVRANCE CON.
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Wm. 142111 pa,
Wm. Vas Sick,
wx. "13 s.
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R( -4 atm -4.•
41•r f d
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRS.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.OF PHILADELPNIA.
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plant& 4- , , isaward C. r u e ;
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. - Ili ater •street, -1 1Peura
up stairs, Pittab ,i, . - 1 .t, •
, 1 1. 1 = InAre• swans% ail ldnds.ot rtre sad .Ms,
rine Mesta. ' litiantelneUtuttonoususeed
Market *taw , 1 ' , to taw robuisunity,
Peouirusra Oa hays sud Mier
to m ay a ter *deb
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CIO» Wm. Dear., .1';'11. - .WIrrir.. ••
Capt. John L. Rhoads,
'Samuel P. Shriven'
Jared M. Brush e ,
Wm F. Lan
Y. ituonerei Arent. •