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wiz I . 4s.ix A. pcgarmitley. •
Where Is the snow I ,
'TM not long ago
It coverall the earth With stint' of white:
We heard not Ws footsteps soft and light;
Net there It wasin
_the mottling bright;
Wow It battPranlsaysrisesuouresht—f_—_
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The forms of bealifilast night it - Made--
With pletarea run were solndossearrayed;
sa w ; "B e buenity th em.** obeyed;.,
Yet ellenceAtld p.etnres all dla lade. •
• At Inane of soh' • '
nit Was undone. • ' *- •
Where Is the WM
7 " - : - Parlefltlit ' • t,
rtaneingsdong with a saw" lands
A. grassy bad ln the fleulsit ound—
Each drop on MID-roof cam With a beam!, _
Where Is to e rains? PIS lass n the ground. , •
• Whet goodkut It done,
• Gone away sO Oon P
.Idiaa ewe _ our hest elide& iar
Beemeth ton/111kra the Melted snow;
We worr our thoughts wisely, and slow;
The seed we low but it will net g row,
Our hopes and re solves-where thithey go ?
What.dothsemals ? • •. • .
Memory, of pain. , • 1.-1, is .
• ' But oottlng l f i r lost
N • .
That mime to e rr o r
We thank them what the Opening grain
Is WILViUg golden wer..loll and plain,
• And the Velment raln Springs Oulu earth again
itlleadethin good— - •
••r • - :Mater and SOW. . L
• .Olsappaln tanent. bear. -
Though hope . ,seumeth TAM. be bealebb 4; ill;
Ali thy gooa ;stunts El'od doth fold ;
Thy hand laireak:•llls powerful *di
lannlshlng his great Ilfe , work still.
. /he gOOO ; [wearer . •
' lost--ah siour 1
—The Austrian umpire contains 3,140,.
—Abouttudf a hundred thousand Ameri
cans are in Europe,
—The hitest little German sensation is
a revival of the Rinderpest: - .
—The' F*l - ai Atlantic Cable is to be
opened for public business on the 15th
—The Czar . has , dnqed. that no parent
shall force his daughter to marry against
G.' , lfennett, Jr., has been elected
a member, of the Royal Yacht 'Club or
Engl,inld. - ' , -.". - •
—lt is iaid Abet although Gen. , Gnuttis
a greet loVerof hortef* heis note kiip-
Peg/Mist— ;• , -
—The height of fashioii(six feet one in
her briilized twitsy has =med.—Barak-.
•Sa drires. roe' „ -
—The sea. - serpent has been seen at last'
He seethe to bespending.the annimer in
Newark• Bay.' , - -
—One of the Counts . .Esterhiii.y, the
graidest and noblest family. of Hungary,
is in New York.' - • '
—A ;state 'censtable itt - nothing if lie
doeS not do his duty—aut seaer out nut;
lus.—Lowell Courier;' •
—The King of Oreice gets drunk and
very many of his subjects dutifully fol
low the roYal example.)
—A comet is said.tolt;e - visible to the
naked eye in the norhwestern portion of
the heavens, on a clear night.
—A lot has been purchased in Brook
lyn for $65,000, and a theatre is to be
erected thereon ata . cost of $125,000.-
-The Viceroy of Egypt is building a
plalace at the pyramids for the accommo
dation of - his royal and noble:guests.
_ -West Point has the daughter of a
real live lord fora belle this season. The
honorable young lady enjoys it hugely.
1601. England , first received tea
from China. More than - a century and a
half later Americaftrst refused to receive
tea from Eastland.
--Iu Hayti' l 'YOu' Mai buy a few more
than seven hundred - dollars in currency
for one dollar incoin. ---I Thatriurrency is
not very current.
—The Utica Observer- says there are
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26950456341109856 more flies this year
than last by actual count.
- - --The Boston „Ppo says: ' A
player in who went to bed
upon a supper of corn-beef and cabbhge,
haabeen respectfully hurjed.
—Among other wonderful things for
which the Gm; Eastern is celebrated are
her remarlts.ble hatchways—she-lays tele- ,
graphic cables.,r-N. O. Times.
—The steamboat Chickapee. - running
between Philadelphia and Millvale, N. J.,
was burned et the latter place last thins
day. She was , insured ; for $7500: . .
—Chicago nuthorides have> decided -to
allow the har`monut and bees gurdens in
that chi 16 remain open on. Sniday,
while.the Turners' festival is my progress.
Loudoit -01_: bought -a chignon
whiCh containedthetaillUl ofa leprogi disj
ease entered her system thit
ehee h9 l 4YefterWar4diairlitreategenY•
The late John X, l Yleb4eo income
wat tso;ft.l. or aa'SrlY twenty,
thousand dollen-larger than an then in
- lbe 131 =0'0 6 ili*efoktomitAcvorzliw
Jersey .-- t ~
-- =-.A'NeW'Yorkli*periadfisettlif 5ink
with an Ocean a n lugglar bloat itr
4- ' 0"
~....dminefitimit has:given to her soldiers; i
erl) o lll 4o l ; 4o . l tr, ' '!i & Stitt 4- 0 11 :1 6)
ercbas! done 00.1417 by:her OrPhamt,iB
Penasylystda, with: bar noble = system of
ted a new combinspon forlhe vault lock,
and was takektickWith the typhoid fe;.
Ver. When he * recovered he Muhl net
picArixickets of - PaT4 hays hit
anon a new trick.: ?limy feign-hhodettei
and appeal to people to he:Oherencrbae
the etreeter,Jihett,therrob those, , whobe.be. o
and ;hem, of their watches.
—On Stindayanorning Theodore Gel.
semi of rhtiodeiPhia, was drowned at
Cape May while bathine::*:thebody was
washed ashore in about three = quarters of
after die . geci len6 occurred.
c 44. little bb,Y, in Danbury, C*3•1104,1,
recently engaged iin thrPwing ittor#Mat ,
an ems titqin,,ithen iuddenly ittew
into the air with a loud Peport,-nid the
little boy lost no time In getting out of
the neighborhood. It had contained nitro
glycerine,. arid-the bas
porting of that dangerous stuff a dh ering
—Miss Doroilly Dix, a !mum who be
haves in a woman's right:to be and do
good and work needed refort, without
alternately bullying and tipin ::the men,
is now at work with thq Kansati-insate
AsYlums-. Wherever _ she goes, her
cent influence isielt, and no woman has
earned more blessings or deserved more
what she earned.:
--lielmbold,-Iniown by hie bitter med-
iciness drives afourin band teaniiiLong
Branch. :Partin Stevens does as much at
Newport Such being the:case,: whither
hae the elegant and refined eoCiiiy which
formerly haunted these places iretreated.
Correspondents tell us
,orall the noted,
or infamous men and Women wits): come
and goat these places, but we - never hear
anything now about the wliereatonti of
the good society. • .
—Last June a jewelry shop in Harris
burgh was robbed of e 4,000 worth of jew
elry. A reward of $6OO was , offered for
its recovery: A few days ago thegreater
part of the property was returned, with
a.letter appointing a time and place when
the robbers would meet the jeweler, re
turn the rest of .the property and receive
the rew,ard. As agreed, the jeweler went
and was met by two masked men who
showed him his jewels and were about to
claim the reward; when they were pounced
upon and arrested by, hitherto concealed,
policemen. They proved to be two
young men, who,. until now, Nere' con
sidered highly respectable and honorable.
A Curious Mirriage.
"A'bridegreore up the linden tree," is
the heading of a curious marriage story
which really occurred•a few weeks ago in
• little village pleasantly situated on the
banks of . the Rhine. A certain land
owner of , the Village had a daughter who
was courted by a neighboring swain; and
after the lattethad got the promise of the
old gentleman, his future father-iti•law
to make over the homestead to himself,
the marriage day was fixed. The day
was Sunday, and the guests bad assem
bled from far and wide. They.
ready begun to make the marriage pro
cession, when suddenly the bridigroom
'was found to have disappeared, and in
spite of all the searching, in the yard, in
the barn, stable, and • intim neighboring.
houses, not the least trace of him could
be found. The bride wept binerly at her
lover'speceptloni and-everybody heaped ,
abuse upon the missing one. Fmally ,
one of the searchers was successful
in discovering the bridegwom in the
thickly-leafed summit of a large linden
tree which stood at the back of the house.
All the guests then ran to look at him;
some began to abuse him for making such
a spectacle at that critical moment, while
the parish pastor addressed some pretty
sharp words about his conduct. The
young man, however, did not seem in
clined to come down and fulfill his en
gagement, but began, - to " explain, from
where he was perched, what was the mat
ter. He said that his intended father-in
law bad promised faithfully before the be
trothal to transfer his land to him, (the
bridegroom,) but the promise had been
staved off from day to day, and at the
time of speaking it was not fulfilled. ' He
would, therefore, not enter the portal of
the church until the, old gentleman, had
done his duty. And in spite of all pro
testation by the guests and the old man,
the village schoolmaster had at last to be
tent, for to make out the contract; and
only after this was signed; sealed and de
livered, did the delinquent descend from
the linden tree and take his sobbing bride
The Utterly Disengaged Bachelor.
He is generally under five•and-twent3P,
for we do not allude to old bachelors.
He dresses well, but not anxiously. • It
does not so much matter to him if his
gloves are not, buttoned, or If the parting
of his back hair is not quite straight. His
whole manner is that of a man who owns
himself; who has no one to think of
when he does anything, or wears anything
_or says anything. consorts with gay
fellows who smoke a great deal,' and he
smokes a great deal himself. He doesn't
mind owning to have been out very late
last night, and being unable to find a place
for his latch key, viten he reached home.
He changes'his boarding place frvittent_lY,''
and is generally ahead of his salary. Hs
laughis at- engaged.- fellows and pities
married, ones. - He: is off-handed in his
manner and pays great attention a
jolly so rt of waysto the last new' pretty
girl. He patronizes the btplesque opera,'
and goes COM, with Winn . , telling Milts
most fascittatingPerfOrnlter: - ..Even', there
he Is *l(l4illid thisylph With black hair,
who,is W 04 '4 1 ' 4 :63'4104 is Quite, fonot i
tin the next, roe the b lo nde in blue' and
silver. : .On •the whole, :he is extremely
happy—haa brighter eyes, • fresher;lips,
and nicer hair than any other kind Of num
you. .meet;rand !tett* , lisire • "disen•J
gager and "not' in ' love"; Written in
ste iii addition to Jong ist of
mama • property - exempt.ifrone .fotced
es* elintnestead-to the extent of , one,
InindredandilstY acres -of farming land,
or 'one acwiylthiethe of 'en I neor
*mid town or elty,"oaaltir‘a: **Pt
t= by the 'fetidly :et the.datittii, 1 4r . ,
110hOr With All.the b:aproreinenti on the:
same, is exempt frock torcedlrele•elk*
any , proCces of law,• and shall.lnot - .4
alienated 'without the fjointl consent pf
husband and • wife, When that ;"relatiotr
AN exhibition'of pOstage•simpX is ttilr
being held in Paris # at the Hotel des gon
uaies. ' Eriglatd makes;the bar oqw,
she has thirty-far colonies. each with , a
different design. The United, States
conies next, the artistic destgns basting,
beautiful appntrance.• The Turkish
stamps contain the • year=of-the=flight< of
Ilabometi • the year 'lot the reign'. of
the Baltic,' and the ialti c ' of tbe
in Oriental 'etßirkters.- cant,
menced to issue stamps last year.
ETTTSBUAZE'TTE: WEDNESDAY, "AUGUST 4, 1869.
1b... 44 ..-------7-
. , _ .Irlranshieo Into Frennti r ,
.... . ,
. iterob i theionn the city pittnenger ra j il:..
way ems. Those Waive o
Ifitiot t faP Tit - wh ' "'MU
bad* kleasureOf wafting Atithe enor..
nap 4 omnibus, While -being-let doin
along* stating.' ratchet., . onto i.... - set of
loWer axles and titiiiiiler wheels;_wilieo:
oilect,the- fropesik-iatilercilbed—beloW; '
de_fer American,. whiclk however_ as
realleiNiVnedifo'noT- la iii.ielle
the centre of ;the metropolis : 7
"By. the of t1i0,—.41i% and
iretomposavelk - 41ififfipor near Ile
Place de is Concorde, Will tgv, found, at
any h our
in of the day, three Or four men
stand in the open air, by a leap of
strong carriage-wheels; it .will. also be
noticed that a double.trackFilroad con/
mens i t this point; • prese tly, either an
one • on or the . other, an omnibus,
drawn three horses, and nearly, as
large as an American streetcar,. will be
seen approaching. If this vehicle, which
is provided with additional seats for
paesengers ot the roil, le on the line of
rails. Itis coming from the coOttry, and•
is, brought to a stand.inift when it arrives
opposite the leap of wheels near • the end
of the track; if, on , the• other hand, it. is
traversing the ordinary road. it is coming
from some prt of the city, and is run on
the track before being ,halted. In either
case, as soon as a full stop occurs, screw
lifts are placed wader the front and hind.
wheel framework on one aide of the om
nibus, and "the axles of the two 14 , heels,
thus prepared to be lifted, are at the same
time unfastened; the vehicle is then tilted
over a few inches by means of the screws, '
the two loosened wheels are 'slipped off
and two others are at once put 'on with
rims to fit the rails if the conveyance is out
ward bound, and with ordinary tires if the
omnibus is leaving the . railroad to pass
through the city, The: screw.lifts . are
then removed, and the omnibus is in run
ning order again. The wheels which re
main outlined are not specially adapted
fii the track, the raffle however, are
slightly hollowed. The change is gener
ally made in less than two minutes, and,
as soon as it is complete, the order for a
new start is , _given by the conductor to
the driver. - The obiect of the whole ar
rangement, which seems to work very
well, is to I avoid encumbering the more
crowded business streets with a surface
AN Ealwrnquarchrs PEEnrcran.L.—A
veg general excitement bas been caused
in ern by the publication of the prophe
cy of a German astronomer, asserting that
on the 10th, 11th and 12th -of August of
this year, preliminary shocks of earth
quake will be felt in Peru and Ecuador'
to be followed on the 20th of September
or October by s t movement of the earth in
that region. and along the line of the An-
des Mountains generally. that will be per
fectly appalling in its effects. This pre.
diction has, it appears, created wide
spread terror smug the Peruvians, and
many families are now preparing to - seek
places of greater security.. The astrono
mer cannot ascertain to a certainty wheth
er the grand rupture will occur in Sep
tember or October, but that it be on
or about the 20th he is cdafident. He af
firms that he has predicted earthquakes
before with perfect accuracy.
&sin years since, a young lady of
Hartford, who had for sometime enjoyed
the reputation of being, in the Tallest
sense of the term, a coquette. incurred
the displeasure of an admirer by the ap
parent favor with which she received the
attentions of a rival. ' , Torn by the
pangs of jealousy," he hurried home,
and throughmany tears penned a hasty
and rather harsh note, with which he en
closed one or two letters he had received
in:happier days, asking a similar return,
and a discontinuance forever of further
conimunidtion. , The young fatly wrote
a reply, thanking him for his kind con
sideration in sending back her ,letters,
and regretting her inability to return hie
immediately as she had lent them to a
young_ gentleman to read, and he had
not feturned them yet. Such refreshing
coolness during a heated term deserves
CoktldON STEEL may, it is claimed, be
endowed with the properties of the finest
casts:lntel, and when burned be brought
back to its original condition by the use
of •it tempering liquid invented by ,a
French locksmith. His bath is prepared
by adding two pounds of hydrochloric
acid, 800 grains of nitric acid (specific
gravity 1,834), 325 grains of sulphate of
zinc, and about three onpcee of tripoli to
about four gallons of water. A piece of
cast iron weighing about three'ounces is
to be placed in this liquid, and allowed to
remain twenty•four hours, when it is
ready for use.
—A. prizs fight for five hundred dollars
a side came off ten miles from Junction
City, Kansas, on Saturday, between Bar
ney Bowen and Jim Cooper. Bowen
knocked Cooper out of time on the fifth
WELDON 'at ILELLY,
Alanigievaren and Inc:Pions Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP:GOODS.' •
Alms CARBON AND LIIRRIOATING OIL&
N 0.147 Wood. Street. •
:ow; • • BiSween Me and Ann Meant..
02111111N8t TOPS• ••
1, brie “-•
lIIINEY a. mama,
apmbirt Ad Arenaehneocomitheeid at.
N , ,,i,.51.40.11if. 1 1!:#f:...- 1. ,000.08 . :!
- rwri or
• 1- • MWBVIri), 7/0121111 -- .
FOR OXR DOLLAIR.
GOOD FAST COLORED CALICO
At 10 Cents.
Best lake,',. ..of ' ..Calicos
At 12 1-2 Cents.
HANDSOME NEW, STYLES
FOR ONE DOLLAR,.
Fine Unbleached Muslin
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
FIRE YARD WIDE
BLEACHED UNDRESSED MUSLIN
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Fine Black aid Colored
DOUBLE WID2H ALPACAS
At 25 Cents.
IMETRA GOOD BARGAINS IN
At Very low, Prices.
New Bargains Daily
180 and 182 Federal Street,
NIURIIVEIk - GOODS
Would oil] ottortlon totbe lone reoocuee we
hal ' re Sonde in
,a,•• 77,, • 7,.
Silk Paraiol,4; aud,'Sto Iliabrellas,
' 4 ; , SBLIIING‘ AT 111A1P-PRICL
"; ,i 1 111:1 111:*1.•1 *
CoiToir Ftoelitl44.: J.; :
, :1 41 .FIV K * 4 P 2 IP 7 C 8 WAtila.
All- at , Very Low Prices,
COWER'' , tia , PANS.
W.LIK-JBV, 1•••• , •-,
Jo I W liftrt I 11+1444:5
Ica au Jihad.%)
.• B U T T ONS, ,
'7B 4,80 ithigiet stmt.
266 /4 1, Rstr_street. Dealers in Dngs,
% and Yuma Ketliclata. ALM
1110LBSILE 111 llM'i
, -.;,. -:.: y• - :: • 7 .1 . : , :": :- -.-:
Buyers of.. Dr.r .: Goods..
The rnumually Marge
Dunn AND Nun
TEE PAST FEW WEEKS
Pleased to Infork our Customers,
AND THE PUBLIC,
That our Stock is .Still. itep
FULL AND gOMPLITE,
By Large Ariivals-Daily
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
That We Have Plenty of
AND GOOD . BARGAINS
To Offer All,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
80 and 182 Federal Street,
(IAMB; McCANDWEI do CO4
t Lite Wilson. Carr & C 0.,)
• WELOLZUJX : DIALER& /151
Foreign and Donteetit:DiT tiooda g ,
• ' • '-
rum doilmonDiaml 1/I._iLd_ •
Miti ?, ": I s 7-.4 :
QIIMPIVESI TO. TREAT ' ALL -
- p y rnito . . aseues,l4philiwierall Dermas. all:
or dio=od plafecos of mercury at
...:wtels ,.. to: wpemehorrhea or mamas and impotency, resulting-from
salt-mmeeor ether ceases, .ead)whieby pr=
some of 044fo11owlza effects.
we/Lanese. hidistestlon; conenlittrAtion DI
society, onntanlinea; dread: -foam -e'en*, )
loss of mentOry. loth, :za%noeturoal attaissiose,;
and drally4a4 woe e seseal astera as to.
i render manila° u 11434441ry, mo - -aDD*I O34 •
• linorularrE =M•• 4 ,l Z:croups
Meted :wi theatiNCrpSer detireito,iptelcalo)
Ve°lllL ding 00osii :tonal oopinottlet shoaM :
a troll be aster nole. )-- •
~aperldsularetamittortirftse7 o. A t i :t a I eecele4—
elolota„Litocorrola or w lanai., l a ' I
=Won .or Ulceration Mf The on — Mt/WI -
prostisi amenerrbeem iafenorraairia: DYenten4
rot and blotting or Marreitwese i pire . say.; P
with e greatest entOeist,
t tsvelf-evlcent that a plrytlidan WhO•Matihies)
Mallen' excinstralt Walkover s certain closet
of diseases andtreaA a, every
rear must acquire a In Eat er specialty
ttowl'one in general practioe.. ' - 1 - ~. - • •
ai9ll 4s. l =a e ar s hottriiirc " Telt
an dt—to Outran beliVte ...Meow
or by' maiLfar two Maps/ In seal envelopes:
Retry sentence contains Instructlon to the at.
dieted, and enabling them to deterM,Me the pre..
Moe nature of their complaints. ' '
The ealablishmentrownaprisiot ten am pl e
rootakte city, rol. When it is net aavenient to
Tien toe the Doctor's oinion can be ob.
talael , giving a written stat e ment of the case,
and =OMOlola coat* lb:worded DY mall. or ex
press. 'ln some InStabeer: however, a personal
eiandlcto HI absolutely' secolltar7,' while
°Mendell, perwmal attention its reel. tire, .
for the acromolOibilloll f each pazienta there are
'pertinent& COnuerred *febrile moo thet are tiro.
Pmded wtthavery_reouisita aerie - calcula to
Promote sm. including medicated.- vapor
r prescriptions are'llrepared. in Die
Doctors own laboratory: sonar hi. ersonay se
Perdition,. Medical pomp at omen. freeiioe
Dy min for tw o stomps.. o =Liter who bare
railed, read what he gays, mire 9a. auto ,Oran
Seeders 19 9. to Sr. et. oe,No. 9 w nal
OTEZZT, (near Court Hones,! Pitteburgh, pa
A tars* assortment of ALEXANDRE.atd other
tatting makes in the most
Wide Ruffled Linen Cp . liars and
Bow and-Narrow Gibbons.
Ladies' Neck .Ties and Scarfs,,
much less than cost.
Corset!. of best .French make,
Hoop Slarts,'a new lot just re
ceived, inducting extra waists and
good assortment of TraVei
Silk and Alpaca Umbrellas.
Pongee Bilk Parasols. -
Bilk and Linen Fans.
Dress Trimmings andrringes.
Buttons, _Ornaments, tee.,
OFFERED VERY CHEAP.
An- Immense Reduction
HATO, BONNETS, ecc:,
At Ralf the. Zoimer
.44 . 1„ist. 2d,
:HAMBURG :IMBROIDER ES.
F l' to , f ::.- 1 .'• i.,-.
WiIOLBSALE ' ikEPARTIEENT. -..
Oar Btcie.4ln>tblL department VII belfanagt' ii
iti xt ,iiii b l ::- , L ...:.;-: 32 , 1; .".-' ! t' , V . 1 .:All., .;
uitokirct o fifs ; , ,
Spool ;Cotton,' • • .
Pciper 7- Collarti `,_ - •
- and " • '
trip BvEßYTnitis I N ' :NOTIONS, AT .TRII
AND . 79 MARKET STREEt
IFFEIL7IIH EdLl CE 111/ ITEM
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;;:: . - ; - t . --3 71. ;.:.:„.
Greg tlyieduced Prices.) - ;-:!• 1
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1100,11 Foll.l.littl 111101*
• M erino - Shirta. - 50.eents.amtup. •
Jean Drawers, 75 dents and tip. •
`gents' Linen Cotiare;B/Ightlif.
Soiled, hattprice. 1 :
Reek Tries and iknoB at snags
less than east; •
:Ladies' Hemmed Handker
chiefs, 10 cents. •
Ladies' Linen Handk,erchiefs.
8 cents and up. _
chiefs, 50 cent.—an Extra Bar
Gents' Germdit Ltize!s Hand
kerchiefs, 25 cen s anti up. -
Pafnsooks,Barred and pail%
AT A GREAT BEREICTION.
ISICAJOLEXIEL - 52%
Frain an d Ribbed Cotton.
Lisle, Silk ani2 ila:brl'gga .110-
Gents' Merino, Super Stout kind
Fine Cotton Half Hose. -
T • TOE VERY LOWEST-PINES.
Caored Trimmed Linen Sets.
.Efandsonse Sash _Ribbons, p /din.
WILL sicErva UN
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