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[From the New York Tribune.]
The announcement of autumn styles
startles one, coming early as it doer. this
senson. 'Not a leaf is yellow on theixees,
and the summer fruits are heaped on our
tables. Not the less for that, the change
ful hues of deep colored silks and, warm
8 es of memos tapestry the ;; sales`-
Ins in town. One can't help inking
ow tiresome the styles will grow j before
ne is done with them next year. et the
way of white piques and lucid uslins
e prolonged, as far as one can mak them,'
nto October. There will be stun' noons
enough for theni till then. For e sake
of being a prompt and thorough , broni
cler of tashions , which is the only thing it
is creditable at alt to be, these unseasona
bly forward styles are recorded under
. protest. It is pleasant to say that artistic
judgment sends new and lovely shades
in rich silks for
fa evening wear. First .in
vor is coral color, the exact tinge of the
pink ornaments, like a dull rose de
- china, in a golden light—a -soft,
lively color, charmingly.- adapted for
wear by creamy brunet' ei.. it lights to
perfection, and is best seen with foamy
puffings of tulle and white satin ribbons.
Black lace s robs it of its light._ The mod
est gray purple, like the bloom on a grape
known as the elderberry, is a favorite,
shade abroad, and is sparkling in effect
when seen with black • laces over white
silk bands. These give an exquisite
shading, full of delicacy and character.
Emerald green, that pure tint that dies on
the wave as the foam, is a special fayorite
this season, the appropriate , tint of the
blondes dorees, who prefer to shoW their
straw-colored mermaid locks with it, and
leave celestial blues for the bird-brown
blondes, who have that light brown hair
just the shade of a sparrow's back. Bird
of paradise (nor and a delicate buff, like
' peaches and cream blended, belong to
brown people. Egyptian dust is a tint
like that of yollow marble powdered.
;Carbuncle and light purple set of each
. other, and ladies wearine these' shades
' need not fear that their dresses will kill
each other. Ashes of roses is a favorite
. color for the street and evening, both.
That for evening is a tender, purplish,
rosy drab; by day a soberer tint is worn.
Now, a word about the names of colors.
Half a dozen new shades are sent forward
every year, which few people rightly
know, and sad confusion is the result.
No milliner, modiste or salesman shoun
consider business rightly learned till the
distinctions of shades are understood. In
pink there are five shades commonly
used, known as blondine, a delicate whi
tish tint like that of blush roses; rose
color, soft and cbarming (rose sublime
and rose des Alpes are seldom seen); rose
pink, rose de chine, which is a lovely
glowing:color, approaching cherry, and
more like that than it is-like rose. . pink,
and cherry, which is a strong light red,
by no means so deep as true scarlet,
though often so miscalled; purplish pinks
are known as Solterino colors. In blue
the same mystification prevails. Milk
blue is the palest; blue celeste, empress,
azurline, Marie Louise, Alexandra and
Mexican blues deepen according to their
order. All bright light shades are known
as Marie Louise, but that by no means
ranks as a sky tint. fttr
For street dresses the Alexandra blue,
carbuncle sultan, ruby and maroon shades
of red, intense according to the order in
which they stand; emerald and violine, a
shade nearly as deep as Humboldt purple,
but more of a reddish tinge, are the va
riety. The special novelty is peacock
color, a deep. uncertain blue, like Tenny
"The peacock's neck is here " one of
those changing, metallic colors ' like frog
- green or sea-tint. These colors are shown
. in heavy gros grain, 25 inches wide, at
$8 a yard. Poult de sole is a light silk of
nearly the same appearance as gros.
grain, quite as much esteemed on account
of its liner quality. The fine corded silks
are revived to favor this season. These
- are known by the distance at which the
cords are woven; gros d' Afrique the
widest, gros de Suisse moderate, and gros
de Londres, now admired, the finest.
These corded Bilks wear well.' Gros de
Londres is 0,50 a yard.
While among the silks, it is well to
notice the wedding fabrics in snowy
magnificence. White grosgrain, t -meaty
five inches wide, is $7 to $8 yard. White
armors are newer and admired for
ding dress. Ottoman velours are splen
did, the thick 'satiny cords throwing the
light off in silvery sheets, instead of the
painful angles of glace silks, which paire
ers dislike. This and the armure, which
I prefer still to the white ottoman, are $8
- a yard. White gros de Londres makes
Pretty bridal dresses, and is more moder
ate in price, $4,50.
Poult de sole. y.wenty.eight inches wide,
,$lO a yard. A new bluish shade,
- known as chalk-white, is shown in faille,
at $5. Faille differs from grosgrain only
in having a rounder thread, and is some
times. bought for the latter, as only an
expert can tell the difference.
The finest white satin ever brought ..to
this country, the finest indeed that is *o
ven, is shown for bridal dresses. It it is
very smooth and finished finely on the
under bide; the width 27 inches, andlthe
price $l5 a yard. The pattern for a wed
ding areas is 15 yards.
"'ln evening goods there is no Teddy
yet opened. Black silks embroidered in!
corn flowers and carnations by band are
mew. A beautiful-Parisian fabric is in
alternate stripes of blue satin, two inches
'wide separating wider ones of white
taffeta with roses chines at intervals.
Tliis is $7,50 a yard, 14 yardwformingthe
pattern. This is made as en under•skirt
only, the upper dress of *bite crape or
solid colored silk with charming effect.
The deep dusecolored pongee, is worn
in Paris for street and carriage dress.
with crape shawl of the same shade, in
stead of any upper garment' , Believed
by black velvet, now so much, used, the
`effect must be particularly unique.
'Among the tedious, fine velvets for the,
hair are shown in light colors barred
with tinsel and black. Light R.3man rib
bona for the neck aro-fringed on one side;
seventy-five cents a yard. NarrOw Wet
teau ribbons, to match the sashes, are
thirty cents. A rich Autumn ribbon is
brown gros grain, with raised yellow
satin cords, striping It; $1 a yard. In
sashes, black taffeta, the most common, is
$125 for PIZ inch width; gros grain, the
same, is $2. Taffeta, nine inches wide,
is $2.'00 a yard; gros graio, seven inclus e
$2 50. Ottoman ribbon, with heavy cord,
has silk lace and linen filling, six inches
wide; it is $1.50 a yard. Wide watered
ribbon is }52.50. Black e eaffet* eiblipas,
' embroidered with tiny chintz spraytap in
color, aterseveniinches wide, and $3.25 a
Yard. Black velvet, four inches wide, $l.
Roman sashes, white barred with blue,
green, and gold c $2,75 a yard; white
barred with pink satin and sprigged with
chintz bouquets, are $3. Large block
plaids . broken by a satin etripe come in
light colors, with white, at $3. Reversi
ble ribbons on heavy, gros-grained, satin
finish; black on one side, colored on the
other, black and gold, black and green
are frequently seen, $3,75 a yard. Wet
teau ribbons are barred and striped in the
palest colors, pea-green and blonde, sky
blue and straw, usually,relieved bymark
ings of black and gold; price $2 a yard.
The proper length for sashes is three
yards, which allow forpassing round the
waist, and tying in large bows, or three
loops, behind. Embroidered sashes are
imported iu white taffeta, with sprays of
roses or field flowers on the end, $20.1
The most expensive are woven in pale,
colors, for instance, tender sashes of roses!
tint with roses Mingo on the body of the'
ribbon, and large clusters of Luxem
bourg, damask, and Provence roses on
the ends, and rich fringe; price, $36.
Black silk, in ;its increasing varieties,
should have separate mention. Taffetas
range from —1,75 to s4,the price for Bon
net's taffeta, which is as good an artcle as
one should put into a street dress. The
different brands of silk are well known,
B'onnet's the beet for fineness' Ponson's
for heavy quality, and Tapissier's, com
bining much of the excellence of both the
others. The price of gros grain is from
$2,50, which is the loweist.' to $7,50 for
excellent qualities. Armure silk is $4,50;
Ratzintr, $3 to $5,50. kitewart's own
brands of silk are now popularly asked
for, and deservedly so, as they are made
expressly for American trade in the very
best manner. There are two grades.
Steivart's ' family silk is double boiled,
dorible chain silk, with satin face, 25
inches wide, beautiful, lustruos, and soft
as well prepared kid; the best quality is
$7,50, the lowest $3,25. The best quality
is known by the red and blue edge next
the selvege. Stewart's imperial silk com
pares with Bonnets best, is heavy, soft
and fine, with incomparable gloss and
satin appearance; $3,50 to $7,50. Nothing,
hoWever, yet surpasses lififinet's triple
chain gros grain, which will neither catch
(kit, crack, or crush by wearing; $5,50 a
The splendid silks known as Tapia-
Bier's and Bonnet's 27-inch silk, are $l2
and $l3 respectively. Tapissier's is
heavier, but Bonnet's softer. Antwerp
silk, 47 inches wide, is $l6 to 20 a yard.
Watered silk,, now wore more than
moire antique is $4,50 to $7,50. The
latter is $3,50 to $l3.
Satin de Lyon, twenty-five inches
wide, is $4,50 to $6. English or Queen's
satin $3,50 a yard, twenty inches wide.
Striped material, alternate satin and silk,
all black, in stripes two inches wide, is
Sold at $6, twenty-five inch width, for
underskirts or rich house dresses.
In popular goods, the mongoline is a
pretty fabric of silk and linen in hair
stripes of black on gray peacock and vio
line grounds—sl. so per yard. Pure soft
silk in hair check of black, on popular
dark colors is $1.75, nineteen inches
wide. An admired pattern is gray and
black stripes an inch wide. the gray
broken by a black hair line. The popu
lar silks for fall will be black, with gay
or canaille stripes, as they are called.
Scotch plaids wil also be worn in silk.
Serges, in dull, fashionable colors, are
$1.75. The autumn perichole goods,
heavier than the summer fabric of that
name, are of linen _ and silk, with fine
satin stripes of bright color on light
In mixed wool goods there are the silk
faced serges, the velour, and armurepop.
line, in golden green, peacock, copper
and other metallic shtides. The new 'sil
ver gray epingline, as beautiful as a
corded silk, is $3 a yard.
In wool goods the soft Biarritz cloth,
seven-eights of a yard wide, is like an
empress cloth, with cord running length
wise; it is very soft and heavy, like the
best cashmere. The alaBka cloth is also
like corduroy, with the ribs woven the
long way of the cloth instead of across.
The price of both is $1,50, and they come
in the shades of red that are popular, in
bright green and blue, brown and stone
colors. Plaid all-wool serges, for cloaks,
two and a half yards wide, are $2,50.
The New York correspondent of the
Boston Journal says:
it is charged on the CoMmodore that
he is very arbitrary, and rides roughshod
over smaller men; that he is imperious,
autocratic and deranges the market at his
will. These men who complain forget
how they treated Vanderbilt when he
first came to the surface as a financier.
lie was treated as an interloper. Men
were rude toward him and snubbed him
'oh every occasion. He wanted a favor of
the Hudson River Road. The President,
then a railroad king, treated him very
rudely, and when Vanderbilt left his of.
flee he told him he would see the day
when he would be his master. The
threat was fulfilled Commodore than either
party supposed. The walked
into the office of the President and gave
him his walking papers. One of Collin's
ships was disabled. Vanderbilt wanted
one Of his ships put on till the lost steamer
could be replaced. Collins was then in
his glory, and repulsed Vanderbilt not
very graciously, to : which the Commo
dore replied that he would drive Collins'
Line off the ocean, and he did he . When he
Came among railroad men ty treated
hirit with no consideration or fairness,
and obliged him, before he could get a
foothold, to bring his stock into Wall street
and have it locked up init
parties. He took his posion hen the
railroad men' to the State conspired , to
slaughter him in connection with Harlem.
lie gained a decided victory, slaughtered
his enemies by hundreds, became master
of the situation, andis not at all unwilling
that the men who sought his financial
-In shall feel his power.
A RECENT invention in Newark, says
the Begieter.,is calculated to work a great
change in photography. By it all kinds
ofAbotographs' are taken under the gas
t asitucces.sfully as by the aid of the
brigbest sun. : . The apparatus resembles a
sort o f'miniature . Turkish dome standing
on the floor. &boatels feet high, five feet
,wide, and sir and a half feet long. In
front of this stands camera, and within
a chair and steadying apparatus. ' Near
the top and at the lett hand front of this
structure is a clock lamp for burning and
feeding the magnesinn wire that tarnishes
the light for the art purPoses required in
phgtqgraphy. 'ln" taking a facture the
subject enters the sear of the structure
and , seats -,hicaself. The camera is ad.
lusted, a match is applied to the magne.
slum wiraJand a Wilt:int light Volts,
which in-half a Wont°. produneais fine&
facture as is ever made by daylight.
` BERL P SEAWEED TONIC AND
MANDIIAKE riaa.s .will cure consumption.
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsiajf taken accord
ins to directions. They are all three to belaken
at the sometime. 'They cleanse the stomaels re
lax the 'lvor and put it:to work; theethe appetite
becomes good; the food digests and akes good
blood; the patient begins to grow in flesh; the
diseased matter ripens Into the lungs, and. the
patient outgrows the disease and gets welt. Toms
is the only way to cure consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck, of
Philadelphia , owes his unrivaled success In the
treatment of pulmonary Consumption. The Put
monk. Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
inngs, nature throws it o ff by an easy expectoro
tion, for. when the phlegm or matter is ripe a
slight cough will throw it off, and the patient has
rest aid the lungs begin to heal.
T,l do this, the Seaweed 'lonic and Mandrake
Pills must be treely used 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 dusts of the
gall bladder, the bile starts freely. and the liver
is goon relieved; the stools will show what the
Pills can do; nothlne has ever been invented ex •
cept calomel (a deadly,po' son welch Is very dan
gerous to use un'ess with great care,) that will
likeadr and start the secretions
of the liver S ch en ck 's Mandrake pills.
Liver Complaint is one of the ;most prominent
Souses of Consumption. _• • •• •
Sclienck"afiesweed Tonic Is at gentle stimulant
and alterat:ve. and the alkali in the . Seaweed,
which . this preparation is - made or, assists the
stomach to throw nut the gastric Woe to 01 11110 /ve
the food with the Pelmonits Syrup and it is Made
Into good b. ood without fermentation or souring
in the stomach.
The greet reason why physiciaes do not cure
Consumption is, they try to do too 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 t
ing up the secret:ons: and eventually the patien
sinks and dies. • •
Dr. Schenck, in ..his treatment, does not try
stop a cough, night sweats, chills or fever. Be
move the cause, - and trey will all stop of their
own accord. 31So one can be cured of Consump
tion, Liver ComMaint. Dyrpepals, Catarrb,
Canter, Ulcorated-Throat, unless the liver and
stomach are made healthy. •
If a person :nes consumption.. of, course the
mum in some way are diseased, eitner tubercles,
abcesses, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion,
or the lungs are &MIMI of inflandnation and fast
decaying. In such cases what, must be done? It
is not only the lungs tnet are wasting, but it Is
the whole exody. The stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of fo d. Now the
only chance is to tale Dr. Schenck's three medi
cines, which will bring ups tone to the stcrrnach,
the patient will begin to want food, digest
easily and make good blood; then the patient be
gins to gain in flesh. and as soon as the body be-s
gins to grow. the lungs commence to heal up:
and the patient gets fleetly sod well. This is tner
only way to cure Consumption.
When there is DO lung disease and only Liver
Complaint and Dyap_epsia, Scsufficie nt henck's Seaweed
Tonle and Mandrake Pills are , without
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take - the Mandrake Pills
freely in ad billions complaints, as they are DOI ,
Dr. Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted
health for many years past, and now weighs 325
pounds. was wasted away to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage of Pulmonary Consumption,
hi. physicians hovlng pronounced his case hope
less and abandoned him to his fate. He was cured
by the aforesaid met - similes, and since his recove •
ry many thousands similarly amicted have used
Dm: Schenck's preparation with the seine re
markable success. Full directions accompany
each, making it not absolutely neceseary to per
sonally see Dr. - Seiseimk, unless patients wish ,
their lungs examined, and for this purpose he la
yrofesslouelly at hip s Dace, Philadel
phia, every Saturda . where all letters for advice
must be addressed. ele also professionally at
No. 314 Bond street. New, York , . every other
Tuesday,•and at No. 35 Hanover street, Boston,
every other Wednesday. , be gives advice free,
but for a thorough examination with his Respi
rometer the price islls. Once hours at each cite
from 9 A. it. to 3 r.•
Price of the PUIMODIC Syrup ' and Seaweed Ton
le each 0.50 per bottle, or $1.50 a hall dozen.
Mandrake Pills 25 cents tsbox. For sale by all
druggists. , mv19:151-theF
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DISEASES. That .numerous class of
resulting from self- abuse, producing
manliness, nervous nervous denllity, irritability, erun
tions. seminal emissions, and finally im
potency', permanently cured. PersOne afflict
ed wt.h oelicate. Intricate and long +tend
ing constittitional complaints are politely invited
to call for consultation. which costa nothing.
Experience, the best of teachers. has. ens Vied
him to perfect remedies at once effluent, safe,
permanent, and which in most woes c 4 an be use d
hindrance to business. Medic...nes prey
pared intim establishment, which embraces of
gee, reception and waiting rooms; also, warding
and sleeping apartments tor patients requiring
daily personal attention, and vapor and chemi
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springs. No matter who have failed, state your
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ISHOPTHOIRPE SCHOOL for
Gums, will begin its second year D. V. on
t e 15tu or SZPTBIBBER nest. •/ he number
of pupils ail of whom live in the house, is lim
ited to ,111rty. trench is taught bys reeident
governess, and so far as possible is made the
reninsge of the Welly. Addre.o. for ciren'ars,
etc., MISS CHASE, Blshopttiorpe, Bethlehem,
BISHOP BOWMAN INSTI
TUTE.—A Collegiate School for Young La
dles, No. G 2 GRANT STREET'. The Fail Term
of this School will open on MONDAY, BePteln
ber 13tb. BIM Day and Boarding Pupils re
For information or Omission apply to
an.. 5: Ray. R. J. COSTER, Rector,
riBEGAIMAY INSTITUTE, 1527
and 1529 SPRUCE BTREET_, Phllydelphlar
Pa. ENOLIPR AND FRENCH. For Young
Virile' and 811ssea, Boardiug and Day Pupils,
FRENCHen on MONDAY, Sepeu her 20.
le the language or the family, and is
constantly spoken in the institute.
MADAME fiIIERvILL pal.c
QTE ÜBENVILLE (0.) FEMALE
SEMlNARY.—Lelightfu,ly situated on tbe
banks or ohio. Forty years in successful opera
tion. .llnusual,,adyantages in solid and orna
mental branches. Sebool Year of Forty Weeks
begins September 7. 1800. Entire expense
abou: $5 U 0 a weet. Twenty-flye per cent. de.
duction tor daughters of. ministers. Send for -
Catalogue to REV. CHARLES C. -BYATTY,
D -D.. LL.D.. Superintendent, or 'REV. A. NIP
REID, A. 31., Principal. auS:rusrF3t
EPISCOPAL CLASSICAL ACADEMY.
The Fall Term of this School begins SU:PTV&
ERR 0, at i A. )t. 112 its new rooms ,9193 LIB
ERTY STREET. (Keystone Bank Building.)
Application for the admission of pupils may be
made at the School Room during the.week pre
ceding tbe_dav of opening, between the hours of
IL 10 andll A. _
is very desirable that all pupils be present
the first day of the term.
Patents haying sous to educate for College or
bu.iness are invited to communicate with the
Bey. T. L. BELLAM, A. 111.
A Select Schoolfor YOUNG LADIES, Nos. 10,
29 and 14-Sixth street.
This School is trzovided with first-class accom
ds b el y e t c he
an e d tF m emmeS am inae
Fall Term commences on MONDAY, Septem•
bee 6th. Number of r tudents limited.
Clratt , nrs at the Boot Stores. or at No. In
coln Avenue, Allegheny Clty. the resld eof
tee Principal. who, on and aft , :r 'Wean sdaYs_
September Ist. can be seen at the Rooms Ot the
Institute, from 9 to 1% A. 11.
MRS. E. A. SMITE,
YOUNG LADIES' SCHOOL,
No, 29 NINTH STREET, late hand
Will open WirDNESDAY. Sept lit. The
School flu elegant and commodious rooms. a full
corps of able and competent teachers: and ever],
facility fa a thorough education. Besides the
nsn•l advantases of 'Maps. Charts and Phil..-
or Atus, pupils will have the benedt
of A ; large andaluable Cabin. t of Natural Ills
tory: Application othsten may be made
prsonally_ Or by l e tter to the princtpal. at 1713.
37 MYTH. AVANUE.
Mr. WM. 11. WAKEIIIIM,
A well-krown and I occessful Teacheil. having
returned from the Eliot. will resume his profes
sional duties by opening a iielect !Seiko° for boys
preparing for Cotiege or Business: Fall Term
*ill begin on I.I.ONDAI Septemberin •
handsome butte of rooms (now tieing tined ra p t
over tile Allegheny savings Bang, Feder at
street. Allegheny City. apply to Principal
his former-residence. 37. Union avenue. sale
gbenT. Oirchlars can be hod at the Book Stores.
arameo Vi'M. WAKEHAM.
Miss M. MARRHA
(Late Assoc4te Principal of Irvlng tusiltote,
'PILL OPEN IL SCHOOL FOR.
ram. s. EL GLENN, A. AI
yOung Ladies and frittisses,
MONDAY, September Os 1889.
At the rooms lately occupied by the Curry Insti,
tote. No 51 and . 54 Stith street (late St. Clair).
Circulars can be bad at ill the principal Book.;
stores. or any Information may be obtained of
Diarkbam, at 3121 Lar.iiN ST., Pittsburgh.
ITTSBIIIROU FEMALE COL
LEGE, Ray. I. C. PEBSIIING.D.Di, Fres-
A. strictly srlect Ladies` Siihool for Boarders
Day Pupils. 'The leucite g female College
In the ritVe and the fi rst in the United Siates.
Superb •lintidln.s. with all the moueru Imp , ove.
menu. Every private room and hal' and school
loom covered with carpets and mattlngs.
'lnc instlintiou kas Inli collegiate powers and
privl'egeg, and grants diplomas to ail w_ho corn.
pi. te the En gilan or Cissideal course. Thorough
and weli.seleetel course of etttoy. TW 9.1%; TY
TWO TEACHERS. Every department made a
Parenis are earnestly requested to mill and
make themselves acquainted with the excellent
aerOmmodationt Ana unturpgs se , ' tgcllttles.
Tall Term commences wzrtEmßEir. I. Send
-for a eatalogue. - - _ . •
au :n 9 31. titursoN, Pies. Trustees.
SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL
.41t West Chester, Pa
The Scholastic Year of 10 months begins WED
NRSDAY. September let next.
/Tor catalogue. apply to
WM; F. MYERS, A.. N.,
ste7:nl7 PRINCIPAL AND PROPRIETOR.
At CHESTER. DELAWARE Co.. Pa. (Tor
Boarders only.) The delta annual session
commences 1 burst's7, , eptrmber 2 nd. e
build bus are new and very complete in all their
appointments. Very thorough instruction in
Bngli.4b. ancient and modern langusges,r and
Practical Science. Two graduates of the Milted
elates Military Academy devote their time bacon
aively to the departments of. Mathematics and
knsinerring. Careful attention is given to the
Moral and religibus culture ot , endrts, Circulars
may be °trained of C. H. PATiLSOit, Esq., ,Iso.
VI Wood Street. Pittsburgh. or of
CoL. THEODORE. MYATT.
• President of P. M. A-W(lmi; Chester; 1
Arta WS. • .
Itms and Dimond Streets,
Fall Term Opens' September 2d
There are Beata D epartmentil—Collegi ate. not.
Wine. Civil and Mechanical Itngineering,
Agry potence, 0, sonerolat and.Preparatury. In
tech, Instruction la thorough and systematic.
The Departmental of Civil . and Mechanical Engl•
no crime were organlXed last year, and have BUGs
ceeded beyond ail expectation. W 'Mettle higher
departrdebts of the Untvershy are well provided
, for, apediel , care is taken that rreparatory Ku•
dents area antMlied With the beat Instruction that
can euiPlof ,Past nece.. VIP r,aute the
tertion' that btudents are afforded aa good oppor.
Males ein belled at tomaor abroad.
Call. for the present, from DX tg Lai A. x., or
send for a catalogue.
atoRGE WOODS. LL. D. President and Pro-
reatg.°VarttAltg.d t.°_ril'..' l o j en 4 ,em...o„ or ore.k.
• 14oni 11. W. WILLIAaso, Professor et
A. „SILT.BO.N, ru. 8.. M. D . Professor of
Chemistry, Altnendop and Otology.
,SILTON.B DOFF, A. 11L. Prokssor of Math.
WM; El. P.' CRANE, A. M.. Professor of Lit
S. P, L aNOLEY Director of Observatory and
Proses• or of rturives 8... d A sti onotuy.
' MA.I. W. d: L. NICOOTOIins. Army, Pro
fessor Mi li tary Science and Olv 1 and Blechardeal
ri t iti Pse cer rlift9, A Adfll net Professor. of
toALPIIOVRE DANBIB. Inane:tor in French.
I. N. piats,4l3, l'Oncyalif.;pnusterolaDepaxt•
s LZVt LusraollN , A 4, Tithtll.l.--mrs. Dens t
.; fitONAISU.SII.IO6% rroissou OfIrMAILSS •
s • si .
M. AND MRS. H. TWINiNG'S
BOARDING AND Da SCHOOL,
No. HU Mt. Vernon St" Philadelphia,
The object of this Feh L
00l is to impart a practi
cal and useful education. For this purpose the
rooms are fitted up with every necessary comfort
and convenience for twenty scholars only. The
most, efficient teachers of French. German and
Drawing are engaged.
An ample supply of Philosophical and Chemi
cal apparatus is provided for the illuilration of
natural scier ea.
A pamphli t Prospectus of the Bcboolwill be
furnished on atplicatl.n by letter or otherwise.
ST. XAVICWS ACADEMY
Under the Care of the Sisters of Mercy,
WESTMORELAND CO., PA.
This Institution is situated near the Pennsyl
vania Central.ltallroad, in a.most beautiful and
healthy part of Westmorelarti county, about
time miles frOm Latrobe
The 6 choluttbyesr is divided into two sessions,
commencing the Monday after the 15th of Au-
Board and tuition - per session, (payable in
advance) #95 OD
Bed and eeddli g per session 2N 00
Stall Opel V 66 6. 200
Doctorstees " " :.• 00
Tue Modern Languages, Music, Drawing. 5c..,
form extra charges. 1 , . ~
All communications should•be d r ect" d to the
Directress of St. Xavier+ Academv„ he. Vin
cent's e'. O. Westmoreland county. Pa.. .
N. B.—.6: . carriage is in attendance at Beaty's
Station every Wednesday; in meet the morning
accommodation train from Pittiburgh. ,
Studies will commence August 23 I.
Prospectuses c A c ad e my on application t i nte
1 Directress of the nu
IN THE MATTER OF THE AP.
PI.ICATIuN ,of "The Hopewell Old School
Presbyterian ,Churcn. of Findley Town.ship,
Allegheny nty, Pennsylvanli"' (ova Chute'
of Incorporation, at No. 604 Septeinbez:,Term,
NotiCe is hereby given that the "HOPEWELL
OLD SCHOOL PRE.iBYT'AIIIAN CHURCH, of
Findley Tow:. ship. Allegheny `county, Pa.,"
have made application to the Court of Common
Pleas for a
CHARTER OF INCORPORATION,
And that the same will be granted at the next
term of Court, unless sufficient reason should be
shoWn to the contrary.
ant J. 11. WALTER, Prothonotary.
OEIPTIANSI COURT SALE.— I;B
virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court,
of the County ofAllegheny, I will ezoose to
sale at Public Auction. on the premises. on Fab
DAT, the 27th day of Au gust, MIL at 2 o'clock
F. 2., all that certain lot or 'Arco of ground ••It
mate on Use (writer of Sandnsky street and Gay
alley, Fourth ward, City of Allegheny, count,
aforesaid, being part of Lot tio• 28 In the orig.
ins) plan of Baal city, bounded and defied Iced as
follows, to•wIt: Beginning on the south-east
corner of Sandusky street and Clay alley, and
running thence south ablur Sandusky street
thitty (30) feet to the corner or lot now or late
of Harvey Olulds; theuce won g the line of same
parallel with Slay alley one:unwired feet east
wudlY (10u,: thence On aline parallel with San
dusty street northwardly thirty feet (30) to Gay
alley: sud thence alone said Gay alley westwardly
one hundred feet (100) to the corner of Sanunsay
street and bay alley the place of beginning,
which there is tree ed a large tWO a ory
D welling House scouting on SandnAty street.and
a large grist Stable Ind Writ:we house In the
rear. Terms—one-half cash upon the annual
confirmed. and the balance la two equal
Instalments , with interest: secured by bond and
mortg.ge on the premises
Lizzie E. PERCIIMENT ,
Administratrix of A. Perchment, deceased. .
P lIINCIP AL
ALLEGHENY COIINTY, as:
In the Coin of Common Pleas
In the matter of the application. of the Re.
formed Pres byt,ri ma Congregation of Pittsburgh
for a Charter of itlCOrpOlatton.
No. 143. of dentate - her Term. 1869.
And now, AU Mt 14. /1369, petition and in
strument or wrPing presen'ed to open Court and
°rained to be flea: and the Court direct that
notice be publititeo in the PittsburgiaGAztrrz
for three wet ks, setting forte that the cats Con
gregation has made application to said Court for
a Cnartxr of Incorporation. and that the same
will be granted at the next (septemberi Term,
unless sufficient re son be shown to the contrary. -
Iffrom the Eecord,3
JACOB U. WALTER.
jitN THE DISTRICT COURT . OF
THE 11NIT611 STATES FOB VIZ WILST-
N tr 18 1 .111.0 r OP rraiIOYLVANIA.
SAMBA!. BAILEY and Wit.LIAM G. lic.
CA.NoLEs, partners as Bat ey & AleC3naltbs.
buticrupts unuer the Act • of Congress of March
2d, 1861. having applied for adocharge from all
their debts, and othix claims provable under said
Act, by orde- of the Court, notice is hereby
en to all CreditorsMVP'
.debt, and other persons interested, to appear
on the 29th day of Sal' IEII LiElt. 1869. at 10
' o'clock A. 2., before JOHN N. POEN tAliflic,
Eto.._liesister in Bankruptcy. at hie office. No.
116 Federal street, Allegheny OM Pa.. toil:owe
cause. if sue they have, why ft discharge should
not be granted to the said bankrupts.
S. C McCANDLE BB ,
Clerk of O. S. Distrie. Court for sale District.
antls:nl6.llt : .
WESTERN DISTRICT OF
Pennsylvania S. •
At Pitisourgh, the gx,d day .of July, A. D.
The undersigned 'hereby gives noticef h i s ap
rointment as Assignee ot JOHN A. EMBitY
and ILDSON EMERY, d of Pittsburgnsh. In
county of Allegheny, an state of Penylvan
within District. who p eti t io n adjudged
bankrupts upon , tnelr own by tue Du
Mkt Court Of said District.'
JOlllll - A. B AlLlSY[Assurnee. •
jy22=41111 Attr rney•at•Law,.B9 (inn; street.
A ETTERS OF ADMIINISTRA
TION on the estate or 101:1N GEORtiE
WHEN. deceased, having been this day Punt
ed w the no icrslgned. all p,rs us anowtpc them•
selves lade-I:mil to said estate arc reque,ted to
come forward and mat ' Immediate pa) rn. ut. and
all claims against the same should ne presented
to me, duly aathent cated. ,
F RAN g - I.,CA Gl3l sa:l47. Admlnlstratrtx,
1723:m6) itt No. 146 Third Et.; Allegheny.
ROPRINS STREET.—Notice is
hereby given that nn the Si:lb dsy of July.
at Jane Term, 1880, Quarter evasions
Court . , a petition f .r vacation of a portion of
Hopkins stieet. City of • legheny, was present.
ed and ordered to be filed, and .ule grAnted to
show cause wily a portion of said street should
not be Moiled up and vacated. _
JOHN C. MecOldßS.
Attorney fer Petition. rs.
JOHN U. STIOIAlt•. furasrsasos.
ROST. il• r*A7.ITFALSVN a CO..
3Lannattir, Saa4-la 11.1.1:11
COIL BEVENTII AVENUE & 11BENT1
v.........ne,,,,,,,,,,,...n0ee.riiww...,-,.. ..- ....
07.71C7. OF CITV.ENGINBEtt .AND 7intvzyol4
P77/SHIIROII. Augus!vg 6, VOGL ,%
kl-WI'ICE.--The ,agulessment for
roing .13 d Curbing SY. ALLA et N STRELT
from Two''' . stath , to ,Tistait,-elAbth street,
is rend,' fur azorninetionOend een be teen
et this °Mgr until JaaN ply, siptauber 0,,,
when it will ea returned 'to , ate ulty . Treas
uries ales Or eolltion. ' • ....,, ,
11. J ie . al)OßE,Cayltneneer.
L , 1V!....8.Y STABLES.
"VDESII - , SHAD ,RECEIVED
.a: ' dad, at BENJAMIN PULPRESS ,Vcipulsr
ish htand, No. .401
Ci t y. Dist:oad .11arket,
bu gh, and at the 1 4 1013 Allegl 4,l tr,
corner of Ohio add Federat streets:, C a n be had
11l klDdli.Ot tie} and Lake doh, Halibut, blutd.
Seek I;odllsb. - Haddock and L latoon ,a. Alto. Ba,s,, large
stipplies of Whlte, 'Lake Nish, na
Bteraeon. Herring , and 31acinavr:Tron*, which
enable* net to sell et the lowest market prices,
wholesale or' retail. Vire' Invße all tolrer
me e of
Fresh Fish to glee us a call. and we Will n?
them it traxv ~- . , , • . ' , ,- ,mh2s
arli 2 HU/Om=
Idawswatts i s Imps 1 !? 4 ` 1 .1 PI R A COSPrit ,
relee of hiarshall'a PAP Pee
Dehot,_l3ol Motet street... . l L taz
AI - Co: ',ingests.
For 'sale,_ wholesale and retall,lsLeso. ,- -A.
MELLY, rlstsbossll. Telhaso•sall
H. W. WILLIAMS, Sole Leasee and
Manager. Ibis popular irtabliohnient haying
been entirely EtloOVAi YEDk.CURATELI
AND Di °nen for the Pall and
Winter Beason on THuR.SDAY. September 2.1.
ILh the great Italian rreuder DartstoSe. SW.
IWRA. 0 bEitTO. and WI entire new ornpany.
Ladles' Matinee every Wednesday and saturday
eta% o'clock, sea
FIFTH AVENUE HALL.—
No. 05 Fifth avenue, opposite the Opera
House, Pittsburgh. Pa., is the coolest and most
desirable place of regortes Liqu'ors can b;Antd
at this place Pure and Good. Ms Billiard RoOms
are on the ground floor in the rear. •
To Authorise the Construction Of a
lateral sewer on Ilaslep's Alley.
ST.c. 1. Be it ordained and enacted by use Sated
and Common. Councils of the City of Allegheny,
and it is hereby *mailed by the atdhority of tat
That the Sewer Com Mission be, and they
are hereby authorized and directed to invite and
receive proposals tor the vonstructions of from
iocsted as foLlowst• Ow . Healey' alley.
Fairmont street to !intik Avenge.and ,tO, con
tract therefor with the lowest and best bidder or
bideers. at their discretion.- .I
SaC. J. That as a ,:on as the cost and eXpentes
of bald hewer shall be fully ascettlinsd. the same
shall be levied, assessed and collect:des provi
ded for, by an Aet of Assembly of the t:ommon .
, wealth of penusylvania, entitled in supplement
1 ti a supplement or the fisurth section of sin act
entitled an `Act relailecto Allegheny City , ' ap
proved March 114, A. D. 3.1i613... t .--
liEO. 4. That SO much of any , ordinance may
conflict with, or be eupplied by the forego!. ,be
and the same is hereby repealed. .
Ordained and enacted Into a leer, this thrr Oth,
dayuf August A. D. 186 0.
VA.Srit . ItfCBRIE
President of Select Co uncil.
Attest: 5. P. OXLEY. I
Clerk of Select Cnell.
. A on LleittiDSLACX.
President of Common Col i cil.
Attest: B . DILWORTH, .
of Common Council. ' ' Tat
fa g the Width of stdewaik.
S. L Be it ordain/4 and enacted by th
and ammo's Councils of the City of kits
and tis /lentil oraatnea ant enacied by t
sty the same, That he the wi'
side elks on all alleys 'et• feet wide .1
shal be dye reel.
SR . ti. That so much of any °romance
coon et with or be supplied by the foreg
and the same is hereby r. peal. d.
Ordalped and enacted into a law thin.
day of August, A.. 11• 069. •
J AMES McBE s:
President of Eelect C
Attest: JOSEPH P...oxt.a,T, -
Clerk of belect Council.
President of Common C •
Attest: POnnur DILWORTH,
Cie, kof Common CI oan ell . .
AN ORDINANCE I
Changing the Name of Spring!
sic. 1. Boit ordained and enacted by the R elect
and COMMOn Counctia of the City of 4 Ileghe ay,
and it to Urdu/ ordainea and enacted y the au
thority, of, the same. That the name f Spring
alley, lu the First ward. beneanged t Coleman
street. - : •
sic. 2. That so much of any ordina - ce as may
conflict with or be supplied by the for oleg, be ,
and the same is hereby repealed. ..,..
Ordains and enacted Into a law, this the 12 th
day of August, A. D. 11369.
President of thelielect Conseil.
ATTEST: a. B. Oxl.r.Y.
1 Clerk of SelectCoencti.
ALlte ED SLACK.
Presldent of Common Council.
Attest: ROBS= DILWORTH.,
suit Clerk of Common Connell.
To Open Jefferson Street.
Resolved by the Sated and Common Councils of
fhe City of 414 gheny 'that J,fferson street be
opens an uniform width tram west line of Beck
field's lots to Ackley gimp, in all about 50 sect.,
and that S. W. Mc inners, James Orahaiii, An •
drew Davison. freeholders, be- and.. they are
hereby a.,pointed viewers to view and :assess the
asmages and beaelits in accordance :with Ilia
provhions of the Act of Assembly , . approved
Colst, A. D. 1901: and that tee Clerks of
Co.nells notify them of tnelr appoixitment.
CITY OF ALLIGIIIIICY. AUgallt AP, lefiff.
We do hereby certify that. the toregolng is a
trn e Ana correct copy of the resolution named by
the Select and Common-Councils-or said city, at
a staled meeting held on Thursday, P DX et LEYt: inst.
Attest: If. .
Clerk Alf Seiecr. Council.
Attest: liOnT: DILWORTH
Clerk of Common Council.
LEASE -OF COAL-- WORKS,
HOBBES. 'MULES, CASTS; )Im. •
zsa.T UItDAY 110ItEINti. - September 4th, at
10 o'clock, at Emery Broe. Coal [repo*' corner
Try street and Fourth Avenue, will be sold by
order of Jenn R. Assignee of John
and Edson Emery. Co -partners, Leasehold of
Coal Wories In ItobinSOn township, Allofirielli
county. witn the building& fixtures. machinery,
horse-, mules, dumrocars. carts, harness, scales;
barrows, blacksmith's tools, iron. chains, &c.
anl9 A. filnlLWAlli S. Auetloneer.
G 061 - COVNTRY lIEMDENCE
AT AGNEW STATIoN AT AUCTION.-- :
On MONDAY. Se pt.mber fah. at li oclock.
will be sold Cat the prem seatkol present teside nee
daler. Anew, at Agnew Statien, tetween Olen
and Haysville. There are over eleven ar.res
ground, laid out In. Irate and ornamental trees,.
gat den. 1,200 grape vines, shinbbery. ac.. &c.
The house, is a two story frame. containing
rooms, substantial in - construction and pleasant
appearance. Living spring water iii the h..use..
Barn, spring house. ecal house sad tenant house
within calling distance of the " dwelang. The
river view is exceedingly fate The railway sta
tion is right on the ground. Bight trains to and
from the city daily; time, thirty Miura( Par
ties,.. contemiMating buylog a cousin' Place win
do well to give this property and sale their spe
clal atte"o,4 al3 OPPOrtUnittell rarely
occur. Vi•itors invited to examine prior to the
sale. FOSseBllollgiven in sixty days. as the owner
muses at that vale. Terms will •be made very
.Passengers from the 'City foe the sale
will eke train at Federal streetsat 8:0 or °AO.
' A. LEOGA',f.E. A.uctioneer,
159 Federal street, 'Allegheny.
- - - PROPOSSLS.
CITY ENGIN/MA'S OwFICE, t
ALLEGIIEFT CITY. re.. August 17. 1860. 1
MO SEWER CONTRAC,TORs.—
...a- The tsewer C,ommlssion of the ity of Alle
guenv are prepared to receive prepouis for the
construction of a ' - .
Trunk Sewer about 2,000 Feet
On Spring Garden Avenue. from Angle street to
the city L ne.
Drawings and boecitl.allorts .eanlbe seen and
fuli Information obtained. at the city Engtree , s
'office. Bids wilt be received ror constructing
the sewer is brick and also in stone and most
be delivered on or before SEPTEMBER 4th.
'11360. Forms of proposals. on which forms
alone bids will be received, wilt be. furnished at
the Chy Engineer's vette:. _
the Commission do not bind themselves to as
cern tie lowest or any bid.
by order of the Commission. • '
• , -
CITY CONTROLLER'S crrier. .1
CITY OF ALVEOLI-WM August 250; 1869. I
IV'OTICE. —Sealrd • proposals
IA will OHr reety. dat ibis °Mee until reelect
r. THIJitSDAY. tieptrlnber 24 1869. for
sumlte:ntliG THE UNNUMBERED IioUSES
IN TNE.CIT IC. Bidders 'wlll stink:llm cost at
swhic , . the woik• will be done
,per number, In.
enadlui the •tdattng of the names ,per_ number,
Cornors w µore bulloloys lITP 11121 tabl e,
aeat:n63 • Xs PORTEIti OW . Controllet;
1 1 0 11 VA 351,1
MOUNTAIN HOUSE ,
Cresion Springs, Pa.)
WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL
Eh W. aIILILEN, Proprletio
;LAKE HOUSE, ..STONEROBO,
Pa.. ion aloft or elatmeadown:and Itranklla
road,) EDW AEA trelLe.V..',kroprletor.
, Tnis isvorite deuneceeltisort !anew restly_for the
reeeptionot guest leis elle debt resits &Rusted,
few rods tronsaarllA LoslLle4 the snOsS bean.
strut she etorWeeer la Pennsylvania, sna ls
oust 'on by Ka Than ALL MINT*. lip'endld
xedlotreal dulings on the grounds. • aturnen
, 1.12, of