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Stt ,Vittstingt Gaitttt.
6 , EX4CER CILINGE:'
This is the title of a small pamphlet
edited by "Snug. the Joiner," - and devo
ted to making fun of the British associa
tion at Ex ter. The following poem,
"The Wail o
the Mathematician," relates
to the last y is meeting at Norwich. It
is a_ good pecimen of grim, scientific
Tompkins, I ve here a little, while the section
• work ton:
Leave me here to write &letter; I shall wliss yOfl
when you're gone. •
'Tie the place where I. astounded,read the notice
or rat doom:
Dreary seems the morning paper in this aull re.
Many 'a:might at former meetings, have I. as I
went to rest.
'Thought I coald rav Kate rely on, hoping wholly
for the beet.
Many a night I led her safely through a mill of
- members famed.
mines, and coffee. told her how
the ere named.
Once about the beeclivro wandered, spooning In
• a way sublime,
While the theta< tales of science were reserved
fbr a future time. •
geologists 'before us on contorted strata
We we re sure to find a seaweed in a place not ID
• much exposed.
When weer peeped into the sectionr , every mem.
h might have known
That the whole of my attention was absorbed by
At the time when Dr. Hooker. the Darwinian
At the time when snsrp Miss Becker got herself
At the time when leather Secchl *stern's. d w ith
Then itwas that i discovered I was simply Kitty's
.And I said. "My gentle cousin, a monomial we
Bet I crave a higher power for the factors you
And she bluihed and anstier`d sweetly. will
I:Wes 70131' spirit vex,
Ton have but to agnate paps, dear, to obtain the
hoped lot x.
Love tookght up
di t n he
e fair equation, brought to it a
Bat' a fatal transposition gave me =taw a sign.
O my Vt ir ldu. cony heaited! Fickle Kitty. once
o this dre y ag i Lear7 meeting! 0, this barren,
barren year !-
la it weU to wish yon happy—haying know n a
man like me,
When you stoop to pinet a husband from that
horrid Oection ?
Yet it_shall.bet you will lower to his level year
Till your taste for abstract science will complete
- ly disappear.
As the husbandls, the wife is: your mated to a
And the coarseness of hie soidiee will degrade
you wore and mote.
will hold you, when his theortes shall have
taken proper shape,
Bomethlrur better twin a frog, a little less than ta
—Oysters R seasonable again.
—The Thumb family is in California.
—Prince Arthur does play the fiddle
—There is a National Croquet Club in
—The 104-ers have come out strong
—Prim and Marfori were both at Vichy
the other day.
—A re-union of war correspondents is
—Prince Napoleon has mortgaged the
Island of Elba.
—Mokehunne is the name of the ,newest
town in. California.
—Professor Silliman is State Taster of
liquOrs for Connecticut.
Lippincotts have a new volume of
Itoker's.poems in press.
--Eichard Croker's voice is now devel
oping into a superb tenor.
—The Spanish troops in Cuba are to
furnishe4 with needle guns.
—An extensive fire is destroying the
woods near - Egg -Harbor, N. J.
—The . negro barbers of Washington
now refuse to shave on Sunday.
—Thescumfrom the oil yards is about
all that ,s left of the Schuylkill river.
—An illustrated edition of ,Gates Ajar
is to be published as a Christmas book.
—Wm. Cullen Br rant's translation of
the Iliad is to be published in Notrember.
—A screw the American. will find it
bard to make lo(o)se—Oxford's crew.-
-Allow York firm is about to put up
a new store on Broadway with a bronze
—Samfrancisco his recently received
a 100•ponnd nugget of gold valued at
—The 'Boston Post sailithe =roasted
beef of • old • England is >again troubled
—The accounts show that the Her
-wards were beaten by six seconds and sick
is said that the Chinese giant,
Chang, is dead in love with Miss Anna
Swan, the Nova Beotia giantess.
—.7.TWenty car loads of butter recently
went west over the Pacific road, bound
for ritoiig . Kgrig, Canton and Pekin.
—.ltby Is a man like a potato I asks a
London comic paper. Because he never
known when he will get into hot water.
; —514 catfish in the Schuylkill are said
to be swimming about with tin cups in
their:nvinths begging for a drink of water.
—.Approved dwellings for- the laboring
classes are an& good investments in Lon
ctortitt they are becoming very numer
the Philadelphia Post thinks capital
p o et impolitic, wrong and disgust
ing,snd thinks Pennsylvania will abolish
cleorgia paper spoke of kieneral
lihernuttt as the coming man., Another
Georgia Pa p e! hoped he was not coming
that - Way again..
--:Burglats got into Fiktiolo3 house the
other"hut thoughtthey heard the
"Coining 3,1110 and left without plun.
der. 643eist9n; Foot. -
olileet man in the country iinow
182 iyears've: age. , One strange thing is
that levery:hlz months the oldest man is
five'4l4,ll4ia older, E ;„
—itlisisfila* that Mrs. StoWeie "hopping
jump* lineis l going to anii t o
whole batch of her critics with one tre
mendous broadside of written contempt.
—Some New Jersey sharpers recently
stole a church organ. This is taken as a
sign that they are going to cease to play
up6n the feelings and credulity of the
—Some wonderful thing, very mys
terious and very astonishing, far out do
ing the jubilee, is to take place in the
Boston coliseum, according to the Bps
—Last week a man named. Graham
murdered Miss Conly near Adalraville,
Ga. On Tuesday night a masked party
overcame his guards, carried the man off
and killed him.
—Workmen_ on the , San Francisco
docks catch sharks by baiting the tops of
newly driven piles, just under the water,
and letting the driving weight fall when
the fish roll up for a bite.
—A preacher in Leicestershire fell
down dead the other morning, frightened
to death by the discharge of his pal's gun
on the other side of the hedge, mistaking
it for that of a gamekeeper.
—ln the eastern cities skating rinks I
are being prepared for winter, in order
to profit by the early cold snap which is
almost always sure to come, and which
vtas missed by a good many rinks 'last
—Those preliminary earthquakes in
Peru have taken place as prophesied and
we shall look with interest for the terrific
one which the _prophet said would take
place either about the 20th of September
or the 20th of October.
—Next to the astonishing fact tha'
each of the New York evening papers
has a larger circulation than all the rest
combined, is the singular incident that
each published the news of the boat race
"in advance of all competitors."
—lt is stated that 12,000,000 eggs are
used every year in England and America
for the albumenization of paper. Suppose
a cheap substitute for albumen be found,
we might hope to be able to purchase eggs
as an article of food, very much cheaper.
—The poems of J. T. Trowbridge, in
cluding the Vagabonds, have been col
lected by' the author and will be published
this month; and Col. T. W. Higginson,
another Atlantic writer, has a new book
called "Army Life in a Black Regiment."
—A wealthy friend of ours, who sup
ports Dickey for Commissioner, invites
us to come and drink a glass of claret
with him if that gentleman be chosen.
He don't think it right, however, that a
poor man should drink his glass of toddy
at the same time.
—The novels of-George Eliot are to be
issued in a household edition, to match
Fields it Osgood's recent editions of
Reade and Thackeray. It will comprise
five volumes and be the first uniform'
edition ever issued of this most profound
of female novelist's works.
—ln October Fields it Osgood are to
issue a two-volume edition of Emerson's
prose works; and they also propose to
make their edition of Thackeray com
plete by publishing his miscellaneous
works in five volumes uniform with the
novels, and Miss Thackeray's works are
to make two additional volumes of this
—A slight misunderstanding at the sup"
per table of Mr. Hamp Wells, in Quit
man, Mississippi, a few days ago, caused
the death of Mr. Jeff. Hyde at the hands
of Albert D. Towner, both citizens of
Clark county, Mississippi. The parties
had never - filet before, and, of course,
there was no previous provocation. Tow
ner made his escape.
—ln the same paper we read, first that
two. girls from New York visiting Sara.
toga, had a dispute as to the length of
their silken trains, and on measuring
they proved to be twelve feet six inches
ands half and twelve feet six inches long;
and 'second that a mother and daughter
were found in a basement. in New York,
dead from starvation. The contrast is
too strikingly painful to require remark.
—Nashville is to have a $BOO,OOO cot
ton mill. As operatives we suggest Ad
miral Semmes for the yarn spinning
rooms, Nashville B: .
_. 4 ., -. : bat
ting - room,. and a ist). -''g?jttiiiissippi
gamblers for the cardi .') a oM„ For the
packing . room, by paying fOi a return
ticket from up Salt river, they could pcs ,
}Ably secure, as a packer, the Copperheai
1 candidate for Governor of Penn vans
—We notice that when from time to
time it becomes necessary for any of our
Democratic exchanges to chronich t$ ew
list of -Republican nominees, if t . ,„ ist is
a particularly ld 4 c rong one, with -: ... es
chosen out as being the very ,l'i. 5 -t for
the opposition to defeat, the above men
tioned Democratic exchanges at once,
with high-toned scorn, proclaim that cor
ruption was especially rampant in the
nominating convention and "the ring
was again triumphant.” We can, how
ever, hardly - blame the Democrats for this
little attempt at subterfuge,' when it is
often participated In by the ruined or
ruing politicians of , our own party.
AT A mitzErhea of the Chamber of .
Commerce today, a communication was
received from the Mediterranean and Ori
ental Steamship Company, directing at
tention to the fact that American trade
with Europe, including the lucrative nes
senger tra ffi c, is now monopolized - by
foreign flags. . They propose to establish
a first-class line of steamers between
New York, Norfolk, and other Southern
ports and the -Mediterranean, with con
nectious reaching through the Suez Ca
nal to the East Indies, Japan. etc. The
company ask the cooperation of the
Chamber in this effort to recover the'pres
tige of the American flaz, and add that it
is their intention to despatch a vestel to
represent this port in the grand ceremony
of opening the Suez Canal, on the 17th
of Novemper next. The communication
was referred' tO:the Xxecutive Committee.
—New' rqfk letter, O .T Ziireo/1-,
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER - 6, 1869,
An Ttnisishionable islontb—r hat WkU be
Worn—A Genuine 'trousseau.
[From a 'New York Letter to the Boston Post:3
Of fashion, as fashion, there is nothing,
to say for this month, all the fashion writers
and all the fashion magazines to the con
trary notwithstanding. Anything new
or original is not to be found, and the
great modistes, and other people who are
supposed to know, are simply at their
wits' end to give satisfactory answers to
the crowd of questioners that, anticipat
ing the season, and desirous of getting
the fall sewing done, pour down upon
them like an avalanche. It is true that
fall styles. are sold and fall goods are ex
hibited but they are the refuse of last
season, and are sold at reduced prices to
that class. of thrifty persons who care
more for economy than fashion, and who
cannot see the use of paying double the
price for a fabric or a design because it is
INDICATION OF WHAT WILL BE WORN.
The walking suit, a trifle shorter than
has been worn during the past season,
may be relied upon, trimmed heavily
with fringe of the same shade, with black
velvet, or with bindings
upon a vandyked edge. Black ribbon
velvet will be very largely worn, both
with suits and house dresses. It is often
mounted in loops, rosettes, round or
square bows, upon stiff net, and thus
forma setts which can be removed from,
one dress to another. The setts thus`
used upon white pique in summer will
serve for merino, rep, or poplin in win
ter. House dresses of blue, green, or
scarlet cashmere or merino, will be made
perfectly plain, with a demi-train and or
namented with braces of broad ribbon
velvet, caught up on the shoulders with
square bows, and finished at the back
with double square bow and pen
dent loops. Or the body may be opened
m front, worn with a chemisette, and the
cuffs revers faced with velvet of the same
shade as the material, corded upon the
edge with satin to match, still again close
the body and instead of the revers add a
"sailor" collar and cuffs of velvet piped
in the same way, and you have a choice
of three styles, all equally novel and'
fashionable. The combination of black
with white has been' reserved and prom.'
ises this season to be more in vogue than
ever. Rich black silks are trimmed with
pique and white satin folds and pipings.
Edges cut out in vandykes have taken
the place of: ruffles to some extent, and
are more appropriate to thick materials.
SKIRTS AND TRAINS.
Trains will be worn upon evening
dresses, but the skirts, when the material
is rich and costly. will —be very little
trimmed. Bodies are still cut square and
high upon the shoulders. A standing ruff
of lace not unfrequeatly takes the place
of a chemisette. and a necklace ortihand
some locket pendent from blacklvelvet
hanging upon the -neck, but the style is
only becoming - to a full round figure,
with beautiful arms, as the sleeves are
short and only finished with a ruff of lace
at the elbows. There is no change at
present in the cut of skirts nor in the size
of loops, worn with short • dresses. The
latter are still restricted to about seventy
five inches at the base. It is not unlike.
ly, hOweirer, that while - this size is ad
hered to for the remainder of the year,
another spring may see a change in the
somewhat larger styles worn in London
and Paris. One of the questions most
frequently asked and most difficult to
aswer is: 'What will be worn to com
plete suits?" In all probability the Pol
onaise will be revived again this fall and
winter. . . . It is , as sensible and comfort.
able a garment, so much better adapted
to thick materials than two skirts and the
small barque,that I sincerely hope it will.
In cloth, small double and triple capes,
pinked-out, will be fashionable, and these
might be added with very good effect to
the Polonaise, if the suit was of ribbed or
waterproof cloth. For those who can
not afford many changes in fancy cos
tumes, a good serviceable material is the
most important item in a fall and winter
snit, and for best there's nothing as good,
so lady-like and always useful, as black
silk, trimmed with the material either in
ruffles and t folds, or the edge cut out in
vandykes, bound -and piped in blackilk,
one deep ruffle, headed with a van tyke
(point up,) being allowed far theder
skirt. A point 'worth remember g is
that the ruffles worn on the top o the
sleeves are no longer turned down pon
the arm, but are turned up toward the
shoulders. Roman scarfs, striped i rich
colors, but in fine lines, upon black cash
mere grounds, and finished with deep
fringe and tassels, containing all the col
ors of the stripes, are arranged in various
picturesque' ways, over sultB for cool
weather. Scotch plaid' shawls will be in
vogue f ad the same pu porse as the cold
season advances. The Caledonian cloak
of English water-proof is an improve
ment on ;our circular. . It perfectly en
velopes the figure, has sleeves with
casings - arid ruffle at the wrist, a small
rimud hood, and is cut high on the shoed
-,.ier giving a fine bust and fitting hand
n.Somely. It- is very. comfortable and
A REAL. TROSSEAD.
The following are the genuine figtfres
of a very moderate outfit furnished to a
"young lady,by order from a Neiv lork
establishment. It may be stated, how
ever, that the parties supplying it said
they should not like to get up another at
that price. It may furnish an approxi
mate estimate, 'however, for hundreds of
other young women who aro contemplat
ing matrimony. and outfits in, the future.
The list, it will be seen, does not incliale
wit and 'Orange
Flowers eid 0(
T Matsu- Dress .;.. SW 00
Grey Vortices ... . . .. 66 00
Hat and Vei1...:... I 0 00
Kid Boots 7 50
Gloves .. , 2. 25
Reception bilk 101.00
(loves ~ 2.25
French Poplin Halt KW
Bridal 14 , nnet 15.100
Walt- Dress 20.00
To SEEP GRAPES through winter take
boxes the size. of candle boxes; nail
pieces arose the ends So lay slats on; put
in the tottom afriewtipaper. Have ready
dish of' hot sealing wax, and dip the
ends of the •stems in, this. Put slayer
In the box carefully, then a paper, then
put in your slate, then a paper, then
grapes sgain, and so on till full, not more
than three layers in a b'ox. Nail up
tight;' . keep in,a cOol f dry. place, : ,until
Weather; then,plaeo In a dry cellar.
Grapes' in this way will keep till liproli.
• SELF LABELING
COLLINS S 'WRIGHT,
• • "
PITTSBURGH, PA: •
We are now prepared to supply 'Mixers and
Potters. It is tterfect, simple. and as cheap as
the plain top, having the names of the various
Fruits stamped upon the cover, radiating from
the center. the
or poin t ter stamped upon
. the too of the eau.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanent"'
by merely placing the n=te of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing In
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
seeing t. mhZI
PIPES. CHIMNEY TOPS. &c.
A large 'assortment,
spl4:hl7 Id Avenue.nesr Smithfield St.
ri)3•M[r Ks) $ I (e
Received This Day by
JOSEPH HORNE & CO
NIECE, BOW AND
PLAIN, BACADE AND PANCY
SAILOR AND BLONDE BATS,
HAT PLUMES AND BIRD 4,
CHOLCE FRENCH FLOWERS,
COLOR , . D SA t
COLORED VELVETS in evrry . shade,
Nr.W F R ENCH andS. TAP kIWITCHEa.
slim SILK FANS,
Another lot, including the Bright and Light
HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES in new designs•
NEUCFRNISHING GOODS. New styles in
YIN IC SUSPENDERS.
WHITE •ND FANCY SHIRTS.
NEEILIO dE SHIRTS,
PAPEROLLARS AND CU FS,
NEW RUBsER JEWELRY.
SHELL BRACELETS ANt) BANDS,
And a general assortment of Notions,
Wholesale and Retail,
77 and 79 MARKET STREET
ROMAN PLAID RIBBONS,
LADY YAIiDEBBILT BOO'S,
In Plain and Boman Colors
- .Mack Silk Fringes.
In all the newest styles. Also, all the elegant
PLAID GLASS BUTTONS,
EMBROIDERIES-A NEW LINE.
Bbetland Ribbed; Ore! Nix and White
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
A full vaibity of color, of
Ladies' and Misses Balmoral. Hose
.ENTS' SHAKER KNIT HALF HOSE
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO
78 & 80 larket Street.
NOW SUMMER GOODS
ACRITM /c, CARLISLE'S
Dress Trimmings and ; nttons.
Embroideries and L .
nds a Bonnets.
Wove fitting and Fre • eh Corsets.
New Styles 'Smiley 's , kirts.
Parasols— , all the ne styles.
Sun and Rain Umbre • .
Hosiery—the best En lis p makes.
Agents for "Barrie , eamleu Kids."
Spring and Summer • uderwear.
Bole Agents for the •ends Patent Shape Cob.
lara "Loeltwood,s Irving," "West End."
"Elite," de: "Dicke • s," "Derby," and other
Dealers supplied with the 'above at
MAORUM & CARLISLE,
LLCOI3.IIIIIII. .... .. . . 36 00
Plaid.. • 12 00
Two ace belt.. ... . s.— 11.00
Two H 3.010116 0.00
Parasol a.aceCover 16.00
One -ba l3tem
lfd Saab oten ... , ....... . . 7.00
fare acid 426
1.6111,11 Ocer Weal. 13.00
Opera Cloak . ' .... 00
muck ClusbOalters 700
'loop 01drt. 2.60
Covcr ac .. . ...... 23 00
Cass. BIitCANDLESS & CO.,
Late Wl.lion. CUT t 00.6)
wilolata&LE DISALIEWS iN
goreiga and Domestic Dry floods,
- Do. 94 WOOD OTTLEST.
Third door above Diarnood
MEETINGS AND BATTING.
FIOLMEI4BELL & 00. 1
'ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Kano factamrs of RIAU lILZDIUM and LIGHT
giNICILTTIraII AND BATTIPI4II6
HENRY H. COLLINS.
In ehotee Btyles. The new
IN DIFFERENT COLORS
KID 0 I,OV-F
A Bssu'rxrtiL Lmr. or
ALL COLORS OF
Good Country Yara.
No. 27 Pi =l;z2
LU4LIiLL . Zj n, U . i . Zia
Floor Oil Cloths,
AT LOW PRICES.
We offer many of our goods much below last
line c a n
Sprinn sa 's p ye ric money b es. Those at needinoods in mu
g o nce.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
NEW FALL STOCK.
The First in the Market,
THE - CHEAPEST.
Two-ply and Three-ply
CHEAP INGRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST LINE OF
Ever Offered in Pittsburgh.
Save time and money by buying from
NeARLAND & COLLIEt3.
270. 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENUE.
aultaid&T (Second Floorl.
We aro now Domain/ an assortment nuparalleled
Una city of FINEST
VELVETS BRUSSELS THEE-PLYS,
The Very Newest Designs,
Of our own recent Importation undOtedtrulu
MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED
QUALITY AND COLORS.
An Extra Quality of Rag Calla
We are now selling many of the above at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Aro. b 1 FIFTH arzdruE,
OLIVER IrCLINTOCK & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
FINE SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE LARGEST ASSORTEM OF
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
IN THEI CITY.
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENT'
OLIVER MeCLINTOeK & CO'S.
A 3 PIPTII AVENUE
LITHOGW'HER 3 .
QINGIEBLY & CLEIS, Successon
to to Gino. P. 11C8IIOIIl41t & C 0...
The only Steam Litrioplilo Itstablishreent
West of the }fountains. -Business-(.aids, Letter
Heeds, Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards,
Dipiomes. Portraits, Views, flertigestes of De.
posits, Invitation Qsrri ?Roe. VW end 741
'Mid street. Plttabutth:! • " • "
gNTINIIES TO TRFLT ALL
irvteduragtlll it s y
aeMaeieot mer cury 4/
compjetety eradicated; Spermatorrhe
nil Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other causes, and which ploduore
some of the following effects. se blotcnes, bodily
weakness. indigestion, consumption, aversion to
wiser, unmanliness, dread of , 'future events,
Loss of memory, indolence, nocturnal matesione,
and dually so prostrating t he sequel sYstem. as IA
reader marriage- unsatisfactory,: sad. ehereior,
imprudent, A 111• pennahently cured.. Femme s r.
filmed witA, these or any other delicate , intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give the Doctor • trial; he never . bAla.
A particular attention _given to all Female Cam"
aints.,;Leu cerrhes Pr W Inners.
matfett or Ulceration of the Womb, Ors: s,
pruritic .Amenorrhoea. Menolykagtai :Dyriaen•
norrhoea, and Merlin) or Barrenness, are taiat•
e d with , the greatest sqccees.
It is eelf.evidentthat • Obislidin Who confirms
bimseitexclasively to the et:idler ate/tan clue
of dis eases , and treats thousands of cases . every
t gar 'must acquire greater skill in that speclelt7
ad one in generalbractioe.• -
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet
lift) Wee ort glees A full exposition of vene
in private beasts, that can be bid free stoffloe
or by. mall Or two stamp!, la sealed we
Every sentence contains instrnotion_ to the at
!Doted, and enabling them to determine the pro.
else nature of their compleints.
The establishmeAt, comprising. tett. ample
•.1°141116.1s cermet. When it he not tonvenient to
visit' e , city, the Doctor's opinion can be obi ,
Dane I by giving a written statement of the coo,.
and medicines can be forwarded by mall or ex.
press. In some instances. however, a personal
examination is absolutely nceessarY. while - bp
others daily personal attention is_reqtired, AAA
for the accommodation f such pe dants there are
apptments connected with the once that are pro.
Tided with every requisite that is,..calculated
promote • recovery, including theateeted TIM.*
baths. An prescriptions are prepared in tne
Doctor's .s. own laboratory. under( lde-Rersonal sr.
on. Medleat. pamiptts , et omen rree. or,
R . I . ATiI for Iwo Stamm.. leo matter who have
baled, read what he sale. litr e wk• ht. te 91. 0 1 - ,
tnnidiettrA N. to P. illeelPh 9 Wuag,
dranxr. (near Coast Soase,l' Yu pa
pISHOPTHOHPE SCHOOL for
Gum& wid berth Its second year D. V. on
t a 15sh of ISUPTEMBER next.' Ibe number
of s h ir t ypupil f whim liVe in the re si dent is ited to french b tartest by a
governess, and so Mr as possible is made the
Ist:moan of the family. Address, for circu , are,
etc.. MISS CHASE, Sishopthorpe, Bethlehem,
TUTE.—A Ccilleglate School for Young La
dies, No. 61 GRANT STREET. no Fall Term
of thls School will — open on MONDAY, Septeut.
ber 13th. Both Day and Boarding Pupils re. ,
For information or admission apply to
sorb: Rirv. R. J. COSTER, Rector
ITTBIIIIIIGH FEMALE COL
LEGE, BEY. I. C. PIIRSHIIaG.D.D., Pres
A strictly select Ladies' Szhool for Boarders
and Da t aupis The 'radicle remale- College
in thee and the first In the United States.
Superb bnildinas, with all the modern imp, ove-
menta. Every private room and hal and school
zoom covered with carpets and matt lugs. .
The institution- has toll collegiate powers and
privilegee, and grants diplomas to all who com
plete the or Classical course. Thorough
and well.selected course of stuoy. TWAN TY
TWO TEACHERS. Every department made a
.Parents are earnestly requested to call and
make themselves acquainted with the excellent
utommodatione and unsurpasaed facilities.
Fall Term commences siseTEMBER 1. Send •
for a catalogue.
an2B:n M. SIMPSON, Pies. Trustees.
SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL
.At West Chester, Pa.
The ScholastleYear of 10monthsbeglusWED
YESDAY. September let next,
For catalogue, apply to
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Mr. WM. H. WAREHAM,
A. well.kr own and iuccessful Teacher), having
returned from the East, will resnete his_profes
sional duties by opening a .A. Sihoc. for boys
preparing for Codege -or Business. Fall Term
will begin on MONDAY. September 6th, in a
handsome suite of rooms (now being fitted up)
over the Allegheny ravings Banc, Federal
street, Allegheny City. apply to Principal at
his former residence, 37 'Union avenue, Alle
gheny. Circulars can be had at the Book Stores.
acW:n6o WM. H. WAREHAM.
Miss M. MARKH.AM I
(Late Associate Principal of Irving Isistittite.)
*ILL OPEN A SCHOOL FOR
Young Ladies and Misses,
At the rooms Welt- occupied by the Curry Insti
tute, No 1 52 and SS Sixth street (late St. (3sir).
Circulsxs can be bad at all the principal Book
stores, or any informs.xon may be obtained of
Miss Markham, at 312 PENN ST., Pittsburgh.
MR. IND MRS. H. M. TWINING'S
BOARDBG AND DIY SCHOOL;
The object of this Fehool is to impart a practi
cal and useful education. For this purpose the
rooms are fitted up with eyed 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 Canal
cal apparatus is provided for the illustration of
natural science. '
A pamphlet Prospectus 'of the Fehool will be
furnished on application by letter or otherwise.
255 and 267 Penn Street,
Will re-open on MONDAY. SEPT. 6TH.
Terms 340 per session of Ave months.
No extra charges. accent for French and Ku
sic. Applican ts to be able to re id easily. '•
THE BOYS' SCHCOL BOOMS, in PO. 5161,
have been recently enlarged and yen much im
proves. The course of study qualifies lor en
trance into any College. Thorough tetching
wan in those studies relating_ to bustness,
such as SPELLING. 211NMANPLIIP. AItITH
METIC.- CO9 POSITION. Ac. German Classes
daily. The character itf the school is * guaran
tee for honest, vigorous teaching. The Teachers
are Messrs. NEWELL, MAQUUM; BURCH
FIELD, SLOANE, and 3101sGAN •
The School Hooms for the YOUNG LADIES
are in N 0. ., 955 Penn street. The Booms are
spacious and elegant. Tne Principal, Mr. J. B.
' NEWELL, will oe :misted by DI , ss SPENCER,
Miss E.M. LIGGETT, late of Vassar College,
and Miss WAI KINS, already known In the com
munity. is an able teacher The two- Depart
ments, Junior an' Senior embrace the usual
course pursued in such institutions.
.111 E MUSICAL.DSPARTMENT will be under
the care of Prof. DE HAM and Miss STEBBINS.
Prof. DE HAM' , charges are $45 pet quarter.
and Miss STEBBINS, *l5 per quarter. a lath are
known as strictly FIRST-CLASS Teachers of
advantage LADIES' SCHOOL now offers every
which can be secured by faithrU
teaching and most desirable - sn rrounthn gs.
The Principal may o 'cl o c koally at 955 Pens
street, from 9 to 151- atx4:wrx
W3l. F. MYERS, A. Mg
MONDAY, September 6, 1.860.
Na, !ON It. Vernon St., Philadelphia,
Kteps constantly on hand
Cloths, Casstraeres and Vesting&
AIso v tiENTLEMEN , S FURNISHING GOODS
No 93 1-2 Smithfield Street,
SOrGent's,Clollanis made to order In the latest
styles. - se3;nB3
NEW FALL GOODS.
' 4 "' A splendid new stock of
CLOTHS, G4BSI:2IE.ERS, &C.,
Just received by EILENRY 111ZYKR.
'seat lierchaat Tailor. n Smlthaeld stmt.
(Lste Cutter wittt W. Hespenheid6.)
No. 53 Smithfield Siieet,Pittsburgl6
PIPE& STORE IN k NEW PLACE ' ,
W. P ? MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL ; : PAPER STOAE,
, 0 191_Liberty street,
, • .
SPRINeGOODS AItIaVING DAILY. WO
DECORATIONS --In Wood,
.1.47 Marble and Fresco Imitations for Wails
ono Ceilings of Mina Booms, Hai% ao.. at
No. Ur; Market street.
JOSEPH It.•BURBE9'E Into.
QTATIPED GOLD PAPERS fOr
Itaket street. -
Off JusEric ituama a Imo.