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The President said to the Texas poli
ticians during their late visit here, that
.the Administration cannot give its influ
ence to aid the people to full restoration
before Congress, unless they elect men to
office who can take the test oath, choose
a Legislature that will promptly ratify
the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments
to the Constitution, and make laws secur
ing the most complete equality and pin
tection to all- classes of citizens. He
does not yet, so far as is known, expreas
a preference either for Hamilton or DaVis
A letter was received on Friday from
C. Gordon Adams resigning his position
of United States District Attorney of
Southern Mississippi. Adams was
charged with desertion from the Repub
lican party, and with manipulating the
Dent movement for the purpose of des.
troying the party in Mississippi. Wof•
ford, the Postmaster Of. Corinth, was
suspended from office Thursday. •It was
the intention of the President to have
suspended Adams, but his resignation
renders that task unnecessary. Adams,
in his letter of resignation, is very bitter
in his denunciation of theßadical Repub
licans of Mississippi, and is especially
severe on Gen. Ames, the military corn
mander`of the State.
The published opinions of the President
relative to the parties in thebouth has had
a dampening effect upon the few Conser
vative Southerners who are here. There
were several Federal office holders among
them, who, supposing that the President
really sympathized with the Conserva
• fives, were, preparing to go over to that
party. The conversation with General
Tarbeil has removed all doubts on that
subject, and to-day it is difficult to find
any than among the Southern politicians
now in this city who ever entertained any
but the most radical sentiments. Repub
licans are, of course, jubilant. They re
gret, however, that the President's views
were not made public earlier as they be
lieve it would have given a different turn
to the Tennessee election.
The course that the Administration will
pursue in regard to exacting the test oath
from the members of the Virginia Legis
lature, is still in doubt. It is understood
that the view taken by Judge-Advocate
-General Holt is that the law is impera
tive, and General Canby has no discre
tion in the matter, except to enforce it.
The propriety of doing this is what he
wants settled before any order is issued
on the subject. Reports differ as to the
feeling oflthe President in the matter.
Some say he will insist upon the oath
being taken* by the members-elect, and
others argue that, to harmonize contend
ing parties, it will be quietly ignored.
General Canby left this morning, so a
few days will develop what policy will be
From a high official source it is learned
that General Canby's recent trip to Wash
ington was made at the request of Presi
dent Grant, who desired to consult with
him about affairs in Virginia. At the
Cabinet meeting on. Tuesday the Presi
dent made known the substance of what
General Canby had said, and expressed
an opinion that the peculiar condition of
• political affairs in Virginia demanded his
retention there. Strong appeals had been
made by the Mississippi Conservatives to
transfer Canby to that State, but to this
the President—in which the Cabinet con
curred—objected. Some talk ensued as
to whether the test oath ought to be re
quired of members of the Virginia Legis
lature or not. - The President said Gen.
Canby favored the exaction, of it, and in
this he undoubtedly was right, and he
-did not in-tend to interfere. Those mem
bers of the Cabinet who have expressed
any opinion at all approved of requiring
the test oath to be taken.
The colored conservatives of Virginia
bare issued a congratulatory address to
the colored voters upon the result of the
recent State election, and calling upon
them to organize political clubs to sup
port Walker, for the purpose, the address
says, "to strengthen his hands in carry
ing out, in letter and spirit, the recon:
struction acts of Congress and the policy
of the President, so far as they . relate to
Virginia." The entire address is temper
ate in tone, and is free from any senti
ments which can be, regarded as a desire
to keep alive,lhese dissensions which
<aimed a - division in the Republica.' ranks
in the _recent contest. Those who -sign
the addriss sfyle themselves earnest Re
publicans and firm believers in Republican
The Working People.
A partial strike prevails at present
among the bricklayers of New York city,
in consequence of the increase of appren
tices employed by the masters. The or
igin of the strike is as follows : On the
formation of the Bricklayer's Unions an
agreement was, entered into with the em
ployers, whereby the latter covenanted
not to employ more than two apprentices
at one time. At the time of the eight
hour strike, the employers complained of
the hardships endured by them in conse
quence of the restriction of the number of
apprentices. The workmen took this
into consideration, and the employers
were allowed to employ more apprentices.
It is now asserted tnat the number of ap
prentices has been unreasonably in
creased, and last week Bricklayers' Union
No. 2 ordered a strike. At a meeting of
Union No. 4, the general opinion was ex
pressed that a strike at the present time
would be 111-thned, from the immense
numberof non-society men and emigrants
now seeking employment, and the near
approach of the fall, and the importance
of making as Much money as possible be
fore winter. It was finally resolved that
no action should be taken in the matter
at present, as the strike of No. 2 was con
eidered hasty and unreasonable. The
tailors' strike in New York still con
tinues, with no immediate prospect than
an agreement as to prices will be arrived
at. The plate printers' strike also still
• A, partial strike prevails Jn New York
• city among the cabinet makers. The
,strikers, who were employed by one es.
tablishment, are being supported by the
• Cabinet Makers' Union, at the rate of ten
dollars a week each. A strike is in.pro.
gress among the coopers of Cleveland,
Olno, in consequence of a reduction by
the bosses of five cents in prices paid per
b a r*. 68reng,efforts are being Made to,
render the strike general, and a fund Is
being raised Wherewith to support those
strikers who may need assistance. The
coopers number two; thousand, of whom
nine hundred, employed by twelve firms,
are on a strike The journeymen masons
of Newark, N. J. i who have been on a
strike, have accepted the proposition of
the employers to pay lour , dollars a day,
and the men 1011 go to work at that rate.
The shoemakers employed by a large
firm in Newark, N. J. have struck in
consequence of an alleged attempt to re.
duce their wages.—Plla. Ledger.
Packer's 'secession Record
When the news came to Mauch Chunk,
whilst the Charleston Convention was
yet in session, that - Judge Packer had
taken a decided stand for and with Jeff.
Davis and Breckinridge, and against
Douglas, he was openly and bitterly de.
by William R. Otis, A. G. Broad
head, Jack Taylor, and the other real
and professing friends of Douglas in
Mauch Chunk. And when, after Douglas
had received the required majority of two
thirds, and became the regular Democratic
nominee for President, Mr. As z Packer
bolted the nomination, and joined the "
secessionists, and afterwards, at Baltimore,
participated in the nomination and voted
for:John C. Breekinridge as the secea.
don candidate for President, he was
yet more severely denounced by a
majority of the Democrats of Carbon
county. And after his return home,
in conversation with the writer of
this article, Judge Packer openly and
unconditionally denounced Douglas as a
demagogue, and expressed his purpose
to support Breckinridge, regardless of
consequences. Very soon, two of the
gentlemen named—Messrs. Broadhead
and Taylor—changed from Douglas to
:Breckinridge, whilst Win. R. Otis-, also a
leading local politician of Mauch Chunk,
remained firm. , The Carbon Democrat,
also, yeilded to Packer and changed from
Douglas to Breckinridgo.i "Neither
Judge Packer nor any of his home friends
will deny a word we have stated in re
gard to his bolt from the Charleston Con.
vention, and his open identification with
the avowed 'secessionists of the cotton
States. Nor will they deny that in 1855
he bolted the nomination of Hon. George
R. Barrett, the regular Democratic can
didate for President Judge of the Court
of the Carbon District, and his Support of
Bell the independent Know Nothing can
THE Davenport Democrat tells of a sin.
gular case of superstition: "Chatting with
an aged lady, we noticed the- wonderful
preservation and beauty of her teeth, and
could not refrain from mentioning it.
'Yes,' said she, never had a toothache
or lost a tooth, because I bit the snake.'
On inquiry she stated that, when children
at home, her father had made them bite a
rattlesnake, he holding the reptile by the
head and tale; each child bit along the
entire length of the backbone—not vio
lently, but just so as to indent the skin;
and this was considered an infallible
recipe against toothache and decay, and
which. the old lady believes up to the
e resent hour." • •
A ItirriforitsT bishop preached recent
ly in the Tabernacle of Salt Lake, and
when he had concluded Brigham Young
"improved" on his sermon by rising and
saying 'that the preacher had spoken of
the believer as being received into the
bosom of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in
the • world to, come. Now, I could not
help thinking," he continued, "that all
believers would, in that case, be received
into the bosom of a set of polygamists.
THE Republican majority in Alabama,
at the election last week for Congressmen
and Legislature, foots up mete than 10,000.
Last fall the State only gave 4,000 for
Grant. A great many Democrats have
come over to the Republican ranks, being
sick, tired and disgusted with a party
that was good for nothing except to find
fault, cavil, sneer,. cheat, lie and embroil
its country in civil war.
MISS E13310141A LEWIS, the colored
sculptresr, visited Cleveland last week,
and going to the 'Kennard House, was
.o.ven to understand that ;she could not
;* accommodated ha that establishment.
then went to tin
he Forest City House,
' where she was graciously taken in, but
"awing to prejudices existing in the pub.
lic mind," was obliged to take her meals
in the seclusion of her room.
Dn. B. F. Bauw - Ea, formerly of Titus
ville, has been nominated by the Repub
licans of Chatanqua county, IC. Y., for
the Legislature. He was well and favor
ably known as one of the pioneers of the
oil business, and his hosts of friends in
this section will be glad to learn that bis
worth is appreciated by the people of his
Povrzus, the sculptor, who knew Old
H ckory well, says his terrific "By the
Eternal!" and rampagious howling was
always purely acting for effect, and that
he could be cowed down easier than most
men who make less noise.
THE North Bridgewater (Mass.) Ga
zette says a superannuat6d dog overhear
ing a conversation between his master
and a neighbor about killing him the next
day, disappeared the same night and has
not since been seen.
A COLORED MENs' 'State Convention is
to meet at Meadville, Pa.,on Tuesday
next, the 17th instant. Th object is to
advance the political status of the colored
men of the State.
A YotING Parisian says that, to get rid
of unwelcome correspondence, he writes
tt) the fair one this briet epistle: "I know
all. Adieu!" It always works, for there
is always something to know.
• A PURELY Welsh eoncert was given
in Cincinnati lately. -
WINES. LIQUORS. &a.
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, &Oil
WHoLIMALE DELWIS Is
PURE RYE WHISKIES,'
409 PENN STREET.
/Live Removed to
NOS 884 AND 886 PENN,
Cor. Eleventh St., (formerly Canal.)
JOSEPH S. FINCH ar. CO.,
187. 139.1191; aud 1951
YIBST STREET. irrromsuiclfl .
COO' MUM Pan Bye Widsks7.,
AlaN_deaters in TORMIGN WINIS slut LL
QIIONs, HOPS. _ sonte.nal
PITTSBURGA-ic74s.2Tpi7 , AUGUST 16,, pp,
TIE DIOST SUCCESSFUL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
• THE NATIONAL
LIFE INSBINCE COMPANY,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Chartered by Special Act of Congress
Cash Capital - $1,000,000.
Branch Office, PHILADELPHIA.
JAY COOKE. Philadelphia, Chairman nuance
and Executive Committee.
HEKEY D. C(K)SE, Washington, Vice Ilea-
EMERSON W. PEET, Phtladelphts, Secretary
FRANCIS G. SMITH, M. D., Plilladelphla,Med.
This Company Issued, in the first TEN
MONTHS of its existence,
INSURING • -
This Company alters to its Policy-Holders
/lilts Cash pat 4 up Capital of One , 3tillton Dol-
Ws, and guarantees to the lusured, b) Its
LOW RATES OF PEL'HITLIf,
LARGE DIVIDENDS IN ADVANCE.
ors Reversionary Dividend of 100 per cent. by
RETURN PRERIUN PLAN.
E. W. CLARK a CO., Bank era. No. 35 South
Third &rest, Yhtladelpnia,tieneral Agents for
Pennavlvnia and Southern New Jersey. B. S.
RUSSELL, a Manager.
IBA B. McVAT & CO..
Agents for Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Mercer
and Washington counties.
ArLOLIAL, AGENTSLRE WANTED in every
City and Town; and applications from compe
tent parties for such agencies with suitable en
dorsement, should be addressed T• 0 THE COM•
PANT'S OESERAL AGENTS ONLY. In their
respective districts. p jr2:llWar
A LEASE EIGHT YEARS TO RUN of a lot
of ground fronting 138 feet on Strawberry Lane,
running back 258 feet immediately in rear of
Pittsburgh, Alle hen! and Manchester Pesten•
g r Railway Co's stable, and on'the line of the
of the Cleve and and Pittsburgh Esdresd Com•
Panl. adiacent to the Ohio river, on which is
erected T W 0 GOOD YEA tilE TEN ANT HODSES
of three rooms each. with godd stabling and
out nouses complete. This property is well
adapted for lamb. r or coke business, t here being
already erected thereon eight coke oveeS with
all the necessary appliances for carrying on that
or lease, a comrsrtable
1.t: , 11:for rem
ritiIISE of three rooms, to a good loca.lan within
Are minutes walk of Wood , Run 'Rattan. P. Pt.
W. & C. It. R.. L.) writ.% Alter. is attached P.
halt an acre of ground. Tate property will be
rented low for a term of years to a goon teaaut.
Lumber Yard co-ner Preble and Jun'ata streets,
or No. 157 Rebecca street, opposite the Gas
Works. Allegheny City. r4:m7l
FOR SALE. -
Good 8 roomed brick house on Centre avenue
and large lot-44,500.
Good rl roomed• frame house with all Isnprove•
menus: lot 89 oy 110-0.000.
Frame house. 21,:oute: lot 24 by 100-11,000.
Twu well nnished press brick houses and large
TWO 6 roomed houses on Fulton street-0 500
ti lot 24 by 129 feet on Reed street-5500.
Plot of ground on 3lt. Washington.
20 acres on'Panhandle Railroad, 4 miles from
30 acres on Western Pa. Railroad, 4 miles .
from the city.
225 'cr.* good improved land in Missouri..
Will be divided to suit purchasers.
20 lots on 4 ettre avenue-090 to $1,500
cacti. Inquire of
3fciILIITSG At RAINBOW.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Jyle Nos. 195, 197 and 199 Centre avenue.
Near Osborn Station. on the Pittsburgh
Pt. Wayne and Chicago itailroad,
Containing About Two , Aors Each,
W. MACKEOWN & BRO..
"IVit - LOTS near Breed's Grove, within live
minutes walk of Pleasant Valley Passenger Ball.
way. Lots are each 20 by 100 feet, running
through from Gallagher to Ann streets,on which
there is ove? 400 grape vines, besides pear, apple,
Peach, TIMM, and cherry trees. • lso, a variety
of otber smsh trutti. Price $3 500; - $2,000
cash. balance to one and two years.
Also. one acre or ground In Bellevue borough,
about half a mile from Jack's hun etation. P.,
rt. W. Sc O. B. It . ou which there Is about 30
or 40 fruit trees. The place is well watered and
fenced. and In a good neighborhood. Price,
Other Houses and Lo's in good licealitles. In
quirt of .
Beal Mite and lasuratice Agent, corner Ohto
and tiandusky Street.. Allegheny. atll3
"(TAMABLE • STOCK FARM'
v. 70R MALE. situated In WV smoreland
fount). three mites nor. h of "New Florence."
Contains 340 acres. 400 of whicu is dearcd and
and a Wise portion in grass. The land is rich
and well watered. The building 001111111t$ of a
large frame Dwelling, two tram. Barns and nu.
merous outbuildings. Al the st”ff on the ground
to i trsot o stfine new
low dweillonite of eeli s a;
o du p g e . r Thls
is fie ,ed acre,:
with easy payments. Apply soon to
et.AIN & CO.,
No. 10e Fourth Avenue.
IgrARDENERS TAKE NOTICE.
—FOR BALE.—The POURTREN MLR
AND, on the Allegheny River.. and now
used for 'gardening purposes; well Improved and
In a high state ol cultivation; containing 4001
DO acres, now offered at a bargain.' Call soon..
Also. other harms In good locations. Woolen
rectory. two Howes, and twenty acres of land
on the Central Railroad. Rouses and Lots for
Bale and To-let In both cities. For further par.
Undue Inquire . of WJLLIAII WARD,
few 110 avant street. oweoliits. oateetiviti.
DWELLING HOUSE, HARD
WARE. tsTORE. Do., ion skt.E.—A two
mil brick dwelling Num' of Gm rooms and
slurs soon:6.mM' lot of ground Nl* Cm front on
Dth aVenee extension by be deep to an alley.
Also a valuable stock of well selected budime,
stone= are% a -
ate li9 Math, avenue.
O! TUE WORLD.
195 Liberty Street,
tar ISCHENCILIS PULMONIC
bYBUP SEAWEED TONIC AND*
MANDRAILt PILLS will cure Consumption,
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, if taken accord
atg te directions. They are all three to be taken
the sametime. They cleanse the stomach, re
lax the livor and put it to work; thee the appetite
becomes good; the food digests and makes good
blood; the patient begins to grow in flesh: the
diseased matter ripens into the lungs, and the
patient ootgrows tie disease and gets well. This
is the only way to cnre consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck. of
Philadelphia. owes his unrivaled success in the
treatment of pulmonary Consumption. The Put
monic Syrup ripens the morbi•i matter in the
. lungs, nature throws it off by au east' expectora
tion, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe a
sits ht cough w ill throw it off. and the pattent, has
rest and the lungs begin to heal.
T • do.thts, the Seaweed 'ionic and Mandrake
Pills must be neely nied to cleanse the stomach
and liver, so that the Pulmonic Syrup and the
food will make good blood.
Schenck's Mandrake Pills act upon the liver,
removing all obstructions. relax the onets of tile
gall bladder, the bile starts freely. and the liver
Is soon relieved; the stools will show what the'
Pills can do; nothing has ever been invented ex
cept touslecaa deadly poison wi.ich is very dan
gerous unless with great care,) that will
unlock the gall bladder and start the secretions
of the liver like Schenck's Mandrake Pills.
Liver Complaint id one of tffeWlist prominent
causes of Consumption.
Schenck's Seaweed Tonic is a gentle stimulant
and alterative. and the alkali in the Seaweed,
which this preparation is made ot, assists the
stomach to turow out the gastric (nice to dissolve
the food with the Puimonlc Syrup, and it is made
into good b ood without fermentation or souring
In the stomach.
The great reason why physiciars do not cure
Consumption is, they try to do tars much; they
give medicine to stop the cough. to stop chills,to
stop night sweats, hectic fever and by so doing
they derange the whole digestive powers. lock
ing up the secret ions, and eventually the patient
sinks and dies.
Dr. Schenck, in his treatment, does not try_ to
stop a cough, night sweats, chills or fever. -Re
move the cause, and tee) , will all stop of their
own accord. No one can be cured of Consump
tion, Liver Complaint, Dyepepsia, thstarrn,
Canker, 'Ulcerated 'Throat, unless the Liver and
etotaacti are made healthy.
If a person nas consumption, of course the
nags In some way are diseased, either tubercles,
abcesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion,
or the lungs are a mass of Inflammation and fast
decaying. In such cases what must be done? it
is not only the lungs tna; are wasting, but it is
the whole body. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of fo d. Now the
only chance is to rake Dr. Schenck's three medi
cines, which will bring up a tone to the stomach,
the patient will begin to want food. It will digest
easily and make good blood; then the patient be
gins to gain in flesh, and as soon as the body be
gins to grow, the lungs commence to heal up.
and the patient gets tit shy and well. Thisillthe
only way to cure Consumption,
When there is no lung disease and only Liver
Complaint and Dyspepsia, Schenck's Seaweed.
Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient, e Mout
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take- the Mane rake Pitts
freely in cl billions complaints, as they are per
Dr. Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted
health fur many years past, and now weighs 2:45
pounds. was waited away to a. mere skeleton, in
the very last stage of Pulmonary Consumptioe,
phse loans having pronounced his case hope
less and abandoned h.m to his fate. lie was cared
by the aforesaid met tones, and since his recove
ry many thousands similarly &filleted have used
Dr. Schenck's preparation with the same re
markable success. Full directions accompany
each, making it not absolntelynecessary to per
soually see Dr. Schenck, unless patients
Their lungs examined, and for this purpose he is
prefesslueally at his Principal office, Philudel
phia, every . Saturday. where all letters for advice
must be addressed. He is also profess'ona:ly at
No. 311 Bond street. New York, every other
Tuesday. and at No. 33 Hanover street, Boston,
every other Wednesday. lie gives adsice free,
but for a thorough examination with his Resist
rometer the price is 95. ()Axe hours at each city
from 9 A. M. to 3 P. as.
Price of the Pulmonle, Syrup and Seaweed Ton
ic each 81.50 per bottle: er $7.50 a bait dozer,.
Mandrake Pills ilfl cents a box. For sale by all
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B UILDING LOTS ON .
- FIARIIERS STREW, ALLEGIIM,
On 'WEDNESDAY, August 18th. at 'A o'clo , k,
will be sold on the premlses.lifteso building lots
Cher fere s reel. Sixth ward, between Brady and
Nix•nt enema. :tau adjoining Gillespie 5: Co.'s
Coal t.) ce. 7 hey are each 'AO 'eel wide by 340
fe• t deep lo a4O teet street. They are well I , ea
ted for bendiest. purposes, are are wealdly im
prving portion et the city. and worthy
the special attention of all In ques. ut vacant
property. Terme at sale.
A. LEGGATE, Auctioneer
HOUSE AND LOT IN
SHARPSBURG AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, August 17, at 4 o'clock, Ilk 111
be sold, on the premhes. the property of TDOMPS
KWH fciter,sttu.ted o Middle street.twosquares
east of the Sharpsburg Station. 'I be Lot t 70
by 100 tees. 7be house is a tvso story Brick, of
seven rooms and ball.
The Lot is planted lo'Frult. Shrubbery find
Vines. The Washs unlit one year and is 'a per
fect condition. , -house and Bakeoven on
rear of lot.
The property is rod, pleasant and desirable
as a place of rs-siden..e.
Terms lusif cash; balance in one and two year
A. LEOGATE. Auctioneer,
159 Federal street, A.tlegtteny
1011tUTC ER • STALL, ALLE•
.I.IE.tbAY MORN NG August 24th. nt 11
o'clock. will be sold on the premises, by order of
John H. Baiter, Assignee in Bankruptcy of
Hugh H. diurpay, Butcher 'Stall Nn. 9 in Alla,
glienv Market 130411 e Also. one Gold Watch.,
aul3-. A. IicILWAINE. Auctioneer.
TEE OLD PIPER BTOEE IN A NEW PLACE
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE;
191 Liberty Street,
NG GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. =hi
Marble and Fresco flirtations for Wails
and Ceilings of Dining Dooms, Baas, so., at
No. 107 Jdarkrt street.
jir27 JOSEPH H. HUGHES & BRO.
STAMPED GOLD PAPERS for
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thformauos avow to
. . WILLIAM 'IIINRIIAM, Ord
153 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsbargh.
" "~EDUCBT ' IOI~AL
NEWELL: INSTITUTE ,
255 and 267 Penn Street,
W1:1 re•open on MONDAY, SEPT. 6TH.
Terms $4O per session of five months.
• No extra charges, exceot for Ifrench and Mu-
Sic. Applicants to be able to re Ad easily.
THE BOYS' SCHCOL ROOMS, in so. ROT,
have been recently -enlarged and vet , much im
proved. The course of study qualifies for en
trance into any College. Thorough teaching 1-
given in those studies relating to bus•ness.
such as SPELLING. PZNMANS - HIP. ITH
-3IETIC. COMPOSITION. &a. German Classes
daily. The character of the school Is a guaran
tee for honest, vigorous teach Ili. The Teachers
are Messrs. NEWELL. t e [W3I, BURCH
FIELD, SLOANE, and hGAN•
'I se school Rooms for the YOUNG LADIES
are In No. 253 Penn street. The Booms are
spacious and elegant. The Principal, Mr. J R.
lv EWE LL, will ire twisted by Miss SPENUR,
Miss E. M. LIGGETT, late of Vassar Confide.
and Miss WA t KISS, already known in the com
munity sw sn aloe teacher The two D,part
nients, Juni a' an. Senior. emorace the usual
course Pursued in such institutions.
THE 3ILTSICAL D tr.PA tint E.NT will be under
the care of Prof. DE HAM and Miss STE BBINs.
Prof DE B AM' charges are $1.3 per quarter.
and Jigs bTE SHINS, *lb per quarter. , oili are
known as strictly FIRST-CLASS relaters of
Music. The LADIES' YCHuut. now offers every
advantage which min be secured by faithful
teaching and moat desirable surround.ngs.
The Principal may be seen daily at 235 Penn
street, from 9to 12 o'clock. 31.14:NVFlt
ST. XAVIER'S ACARIYIV,
Under the Care of the Sisters of Mercy,
WESTMORELAND . CO., PA.
This Institution is situated near the Pennsyl
vania Central Railroad, in a most beautiful and
healthy part of Westmorelana county, about
three miles from Latrobe.
The scholastic year is divided. Into Two sessions,
commencing the Monday after the 15th of Au
Board and tuition per session. (Payable in
advance) OS , 00
Bed and beddl. g per hebElloll..
Stationery 2-00 0
Doctor's fees 101, U
Tue Modern Languages, Music, Drawing, &am
form extra charges.
All communications should be d recVd to the
Directress 01 ht. Xavier's Academy, ht. Vin
cent's I'. 0.. Wes imore;and county. Pa.
N. B.—A carriage lain attendance at Beatvas
Station every Wednesday, •o meet the morning
accommodation train from Pittsburgh.
studies will ommence August 231.
Prospectu,es can be had on application to the.
Directress of the Academy,
CURRY NORMAL INSTITUTE,
The Next Term will Opel on the
LAST MONDAY OF AUGUST.
Persons wisbing toenter Regular Classes; and
especial , y former Pupils and ...Viers qualtigd to
enter the Senior Class, should apply this week.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Will be opened in connection with this Institu
In which they can take a thorough Course
in spePine, Bea'Ang Arithmetic, Geography,
History, English Grammar, Writing and Book
keeping, or any of these brancnes.
A Select Sebool for Little Girls._
Of similar grade, will also be connected with the
Parents wishing tomakearrangements for send
ing their Sons and Daughters, are invited to ap
ply this week. aus:nB
SCIENTIFIC -AND CLASSICAL
at . , West Chester, Pa.
The Scholastic Year of 10 monthsbegins.WED
May to tmber 1 next- -
Wilt. F. ITTERS, A. M.,
ati7ml7 PRINCIPAL AND PROPRIETOR.
At CHESTER, DELAWARE Co.. Pa. (For
Boarders only.) The eighto annual session
commences hursday, .-eptember 2nd. Tee
ir , luitnes are new and very complete in alt their
appointments. Very thorough instruction in
bugli.h. ancient and modern languages. Two
graduates of the United ritatet hiidtargy Academy
oevote their time exc.usively to the departments
of Mathematics awl emsineering.• Careful at
tention Is given to the moral and relielous ul
tore of cadets, Circulars may be ob. anted o c f C.
H. PAULSON. Esq., 310. 40 Woua Street.
Pittsburgh, or COL. THEODORE HOVATT.
President of P. Chester. Pa.
An 3 m'fi.
A Select School for YOU' O LADIES;Nos. 10,
13 and 14 Sixth street. -
This Scnool is provided with first-class accom
modations, st.ict'y select, and cembines ail the
advantages afforded by the best Femsee Semina
Fall Term ccmmences on MONDAY, Septein•
ber oth. Number of etudeuts limited.
Clrcu' ars at the Book Stores, or at. no. 31 Lin
coln Avenue. All. glieny City, the residence of
the P•lncipsl. 'who, on and after Woonesda,
September tst. can be seen at the Rooms of the
Institute, from 9 to /.2 A. M.
MRS. E. A. SMITH;
EARL MILL FLOUR.—We
are row receiving_ very chnlce southern
heat and matlag our Flour entirely from It.
PEARL TH RPM rrAR GRERN BRAND,
rHOICE PASTRY AND FANCY FLOUR, made
from selected Wei ite Winter Wheat.
PE Altl. Two STAR BLUR BRAND, the best
Ambere warket, made from _choice
Wh t , and r Wheat.
PEARL UN e; S FAR RED BRAND, made from
choice Red Wheat, high ground and gives v. ry
good satlsfactloo. A, a CHEAP FLOUR it
takes the lead of any In the market.
Our cleaning machinery is not surpassed by
any in the.rouni,^v.
nee that all sacks are sealed And labeled with
date of manufacture.
F LOUR: FLOUR! moult
MINNESOTA. BAXXIIS FLOURS.
480 Ibis. Legal 'render, 317 bats Ha Ha. 367
Winonamin 170 bbls SULAtAII A 311.11 8170 Ws
Co.. 550 bbts Red Ricer. 133 bids May
CHOICE WIBOONSIN FLOURS.
500 bbli Riverside. 1165 bids White Scar, 500
bbis various brands Springy beat Flour.
WINTER WIARAT FAMILY TLUU IL.
City DIM of Springfield. tiblo, Pride of the
West. Depot Mills, alassllon A, Paragon 3Ulls
Ringleader and Crown, choice St—Louis.
Wesale !owes than can ' be brought from the
West. . WArT. LANG. M.
int a 79. and 174 Woos titreet.
.(Lste Cutter with W. Ilexpentielde,)
No. 53 Smithfield Striet,Pittsburigh
IVEW SPIUNG GOODS.
A *Venda:taw 'toot of
C LOTHS, GASSIMEREH. de.
Just roxived by HENRI' itzvr.im.
•el 4: Merchant Tenor. 73 Bmlthneld 'tract.
, SUMMER RESORTS.
dLESb ON SPRINGS.
Trio Favorite Bummer Resort,
Situated on the Summit of the ',ALLEGHENY
min , NNAINS, 2,200 F SET ABOVE TkiE
LEVEE' OP THE rEA. will be . open for the re.
centtotref guests on the 111th day of JUNE.
The buildings connected withthe establishment
have been entirely renovatedand newly furnish.'
ed. Excursion Tl, kets Fold by the Pennavtvania
Hallrosd. at Phlivielphia, liarrisburg lad plus.
burgh. good for th• season. 'AU trains sto_p_at
cressun. T 0 FUNNInEED COTT/40E310E
- BENT. Nor Author Inlorraation, addras
GEO. W. Mllaart'i3ropriator,
Owen Spr paabris coutiy;.l's:
R. T. KENNEDY tic DEO..
Pearl Steam Mill. Alleahenv.
ust 9, 1889. ant°
No, 65 Fifth avenue, opposite the OPers
Bonn, Pittsburgh. Pa., is the coolest and moat
desirable place of resorte. Liquors can be had
at this place Pure and Good. The Billiard Booms
are on the ground floor in the rear.
N THE MATTER OF THE AP•
PLICATIUN of "The Hopewell Old School
Presbyterian Ckurcn. of Findley Township.
Allegheny cc Only, nniylvaula"' for a Charter
of Incorporation, at No. 60* Sep ember Term.
Ikrotile Is hereby Wen that the "HOPEWELL
OLD SCHOOL PRE,BYTAWIAN CHURCH, of
Findley Towrahtp. Allegheny county. Pa.."
have made application to the Court of Common
Pleas for a
CH a RTER Or INCORPORATION.
And that the same will be grsnted at the nP.xt
term of Court. unless sufficient reason shou.d be
Shown to the contrary
J. H. VrALTHB, Prothonotary
LLEGHENY COUNTY, BS.
Account of WM. Johnston and C. Robb, exec
utors of Andrew Johnson decd.
tit phans' Court, No. bid, Jane term, 1.669.
And now, tcewit. June 10. 1,69, tkie Court.
on motion of R. 6:1Ifoods. attorney for except
ante. -spot:nit W. Cr. ; HAWKI,IsS. Jr.,. Esq•.
Auditor, to audit the account op non the excep
tions an d nicks distribution of the balance in the
banda n a accountants. - BY THE COLTBT.
From the Record: .
A. FittANDS, Clerk.
'I he Auditor shove named will meetitie Duties
in•erestid fur the purposes of his appointment,
a' hie office. No. 5S "rant street, Pittsburgh, on'
the Oth day of AUGUST next. at A o'clock
W• HAWRINd, JP.. Auditor.
JULY 10. 1699. ,i9l2:mdtir
TN THE COURT OF COMMON
1. PLEAS, of Allegheny County, No. 427 of
beotember Term, 1889. In the matter of the
Incorporation of ••THE Ae TIS aNS BUILD
ING AND LOAN ASdOCIATION OF ALLE
GHENY CITY, PA."
Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of
July. 1809 1 application was made to said Court
to grin: a (,barter of Incorporation to said Asso
ciation; and that if no sufficient reason be shown
to the .contra',, the .ame wilt be granted at the
next term of said Court.
. D. W. & A. S. BELL.
Attorneys for Petitioners.
JULY 19, 18139, , JyT:m&S
retters restementary upon the will of ETAZA,
BETH BLACK, late of Pittsburgh, decesser,
having becn Issued to the underatineo, all per
sons ind bled are required to make payment,
and all having claims will present them to
ONtatriE W. COFFIN, Executor.
lyl9ao=st No. 49 Water street, Pittsburgh.
nIICIPHINS STBEET.—Notice is
hereby given that on the lOth dip of July.
th% at -June Term. 1888. -Quarter 'Sessions
Court. a petition f.r vacation of a portion of
Hopkins street. City of A Ileghelln was present
en and ordered to be filed, and title granted to
show cause why a. portion of said street should
not be closed up anti vacated. -
JOHN - C. McCOSIBB. '
Attorney for Petitioners.
fa W. De CAMP,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT.LAW.
Otdce, No. 137 701311TH AVENUE,. Pitts
burgh, (formerly occapled by Hon. Walter H.
Lowrie.) will practice In the U. S. Circuit and
Distrtft Courts, In the State Supreme and all tue
Courts' of Allegheny county, and nuke collec.
Lions Inmost of the adjacent counties. jarndlll
No. 98 FIFTH STREET,
avilltrgn , d 47
WM. B. NEEPER,
ALDES.XAM AND EX-OFFICIO .lIIrdTICZ OF
THE PEW& •
OFFICE. 89- FIFTH AVENUE.
Special attention ! t een couveyancing and
collections Deeds • mid' and Mortgages drams
up. and aTI legal wiliness attended to promptly
Ex-Ofeclo Justice of the Puce and Ponca Mag
trate. Office, OBANT STREET. opposite the
Cathedral, PITTSBIIIIGH, PA.
Deede Bonds Mortsages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, a nd-all Zeta Busts:tau executed
with promptness and dispatch. • =hie
'JOHN A. STBAIIR,
=Z-OFFICIO IIYSTICE OP THE PEACE LED
Ontee,llE FIFTH STREET. opposite the Ca
thedral, Pittsburgh, Pe. Deeds, Honda, Mort
gages, Aoknosiedgments, Depositions and all
Lea Business executed with promptness and
IURRL3III7IIG GAS WORKS,
Jinx AT, 1569. c
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received st the
Harrishu , g Gas Works until the 15.1 s DAY OP
AUGI.TsT, for the delivery of Gas mai to be u•e4
during the next year up to September 1, 1870.
The coal must be of the veer b et quality for the
manufacture oi gas and delive addresse d works.
communications should r to he
Undersigned, who will give all further informa
tion on the subject. •
GEORGE BERGNER, Secretary.
j 9 9:m78 -
LIVERY . STABLES.
JOHN B. STIWAB C HOST. ELPATTIIISON.
ROBT. 11. PATTERSON & CO.,
LIVERY, SAME Aria)
OR. SEVENTH BENUE 8 LIBERTY BT.,
RABE. & MOSER,
narrr soma ASSOCIATION Bmwnree.„
NO4I. I and St. Clair Street, - ntrourei, Pa.
Snead attention given to the designing and
betiding or COURT BOIRIVIti PVIATIC
ROOFING 814 TR OF VARIOUS
Qualities and Colors.
vPartlOnlar attention Oren to la .
nit Slate and
ialring Slate roots. lot and salon
.0. 4a Bevesith Avenue,
n , th tresii
.• , ,
e Am/titled l'otevS Of the City of Pittsburgh
will meet at their tumid title and place of twining
elections, on , ,
TUESDAY, August, 81, 4869 1
, To Tort
For or' Againsi italic Park.
The ballots toted' .ball - be"=hiked on the out—
lade "York." sad upon' the Inside 'Tor Park."'
or '•Agabust Park." . 1.• -
The elections shall, be neid. Dy the °eers tt2
thortzedto bold the Almeria elections la said city.
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