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ttt e vut tj t ... 11 vertetitly run aga stt you . Conan
V A „CattaneO. , who angrily daked what be
*leant The officer, who had just come
*inn a= champagne 'dinncr, boxed- the
:ears ofthe Italian nobleman, who sent
his "friends," with a Challenge to him
next' morning. They woke up M. de
Froidefond, who was sleeping the
sleep of the just, and, as soon as he heard
what was the matter, protested he could
not remember having boxed the ears of
„way body; ho.offereil to apologize-for-his
volence, which he could well afford to do,
his bravery being generally known.
Cattaneo's friends returned to him with
this answer,_ but the Count rejected the
apology, and replied . that the' duel must
take place the- same 'day. , It did take
plaCe, find Count Cattaneo was shot
through the heart. Thus, in the course
of ten years, two tragedies have taken
place in the same family-
• Tak..tanest, the. leading medical jour -.1
nal of England. and not one given to the
adoption of •novelties .without considers- I
tion, has a rather remarkable article call'
fug''attention to thti 'practicability' of
usirftbranfor the dales, Or rather the:
ntiits;RfneW-bcrn bableit." Our,contetop
otat7, assured by
,mothers who have
tried the.new,system.,—its t 3 upporte" by
the way, will not allow tb at the system is.
new,—that it answers: admirably. I,The,
plan of &climbs as,followsr An ordinary
cradle, is filled with, common bran:
hairplllotsKis purity tind , then the bran' is
moved aside with the hands tottils
low" formed' tie 'size 'Of Pie,
bodY.' The infaiit,.. divested of everything,,
belowthe wilst,, and, having st little bod- -
!ono:lice - lie above that, 'is then placed in
the bran, arid its body:completely cover
ed, with it, exactly as may be seen at the
seaside, where 'children play at burying'.
one another in the. sand:' -A light cover
let or Counterpane is finally'placed aboYe
all; and 'Nib) , is in bed for the night:
This Method pursued.frord almost as
soon as infants are bornuntil 'they are ej.
Most 'elght,.or" ten Months old., The plan
is cieanly r as,,lncri, absorbs fluid
and, the,wet sinks below
-the dry.. The
heat around the baby is , equable, and of
sufficient temperature. ~ titt entirely new
supply of bran is required ohee a fort:
OLIi ; 4AWS.
BY LtCY LAIICOII.
If the world rehms cold to you,
Kindle fires to warm It :
Met. their comtbrt hide trona view,
Winters tha deform It, , -
11 0 artids ire n'ailotir own. -
To that raa Ace gather:
4. , tqs will goo lturges.to mosa.• ..,
Ahl the e sedges weather."
If the world , a i wilderness,
• : Go
- Will bluid
l ho our
lo n el : i
Ou the wind: to din it ?
'. liaise a hut : bowever 'sight,
--, • .Weeds and !brambles I•mutter:.
And to root and meal invite
home forlogner brother.
If the world's a vale of rears.
'- • t litnile till rain now. span. it: •
- , tritreatne the love that life endears,
‘. C:ear from clouds to lan It: , ..
; • O f your gladness lend a gleam
I, Mgita souls that shiver: •
Show Vieth how d.rir. borrows stream
Blends, with Hope's bright river..
FOREIGN NEWS. AND BUNORSi
.Pnnt..lives it% 'Vicky,. in two! small
rooins:l r .'" •
Tar. tinfoii,unstc li'oh-tamer, • LitCss,,
died filial..[lie effgcca kide'WciPnaa.
Atrnowsm.Kaan says that.no•living
prsma donna is'eqkial to iienriettai Son-
tag: Grist cr , Mitliiiran in their qialmiest
Tu.E lease,andlieed. Will of one of the ,
leading coffee•honses...in Paris, was sold
the other day for six hundred thousand
francs. - - -
THE Emperor Alexander the Second
of Russia is said tobavn - clianged his mind
in regard to the projected removal, of the
seat of Government from St. Petpisbarg
to Reiff. ' • -
HENRY lIHINE;tIid celebrated Germsn
poet, who died in 1836, has left a number
of . exa;edingly valuable posthumous
works. which are about to be published_
THE iarge ,, village of .Ghumleigh; in
Devonshire, containing some '9OO inhab
itants,, was half destroyed by fire on
Wednesday afternoon. ", The calatrity is
attributed to children playing.with lucifer
Tim - attempts' to employ naphtha as
fuel 'lave length'-proved sueceeiful.
Oifthe 31st- of July iv:tram' Arrived safely
in -, Rutschujart,- eiihty•ont : v'ersts -from
Charkoff; *hose engine witi heated with;
raw t aohtliti instead of ccial.
The circulation 'of; RochefOrt'S Lan
terns has dwindled ddivn to • about twenty
•thOsandtoplei. „The French: Pollee no
longer take- any_;,o l / 1 09 Confiscata, the
- rdneerite, and it is , now sold:quite open='
ly nearly everywhere ; in France
fitiOnnvhefore his ; recent illness, the
Emperti,t:Napoleon was urged by Nelaton,
Cenneau. and his other. physicians to quit
smoking cigarettes. The .Emperor is
said to have replied that sm o king was as
necessary to him as fbod and drink.
THE citizens of Frankfort have been
_natttalizing their children as Swiss Citi-
ZRZB, so that they might'eacape the Prus
sian draft. - - The <Prussian government
has taken very stringent 'measures to pre
vent this, anti-i.s said finally to have sup
pressed it - entirely. '
IN spite of the numerous finesimposed
en Le Rappel,'' Victor HugO's Parisian
organ, and of the forced suspension of
the paper in July last, the enteprise has
proved very profitable and a quarterly
diVidend of twelve per t cent. has been
divided among the stockholders. q
A "E=011.7 from s is to, the effect
that M. Ledrti 'Rollin will shOrtly return
to 'Trance, in which case'he would
certainly 'be' returned to `the.legis
latiVe--Pody for the first vacancy
which relight happen in` Paris. He is still
under vindemnatlon par contumeo for
complicity in the'Tibauff plot to assassin
ate the Emperor; but it is believed that
this legal di ffi culty *llllk :easily got over.
MIKE DE MoxiTsiougu is said to have
avenged • _himself 'on his sister-in-law,
Queen Isabella, by , buying at a high price
a lot of her leucts written •to one of her
favorites, at a limo when. theirrelations
were very intimate. Theseletters lie has
caused to he reproduced 'in large
bers by: means of a phbtographic process,
and; to, be distributed all over Spain,
where they have, cf couse, produced a
THE Pall Mall Gazette says: "The
Holy*Pather is said to have derived from
the'Peterpenny, from 1860 to the present
year the ;large,sum of eighty million
francs, which gives an average: of ,ten
millions a year. The Pontificial treasury
will immediately receive from the Italian,
government seven million five hundred
francs on account of the Pontifical debt,
this'amount having been brought to Rome
in - gold. The Pope appears to be in the
best of health. Every day he takes long
walks, and last week he went as far as
the cloister of St. Alexis, on o Mount
Avgntine, and then out el, Porta Pia."
Scam interesting facts are contained in
a Parliamentary paper, moved for by the
Lord Mayor. The average =annual emi•
gration from the United Kingdom for the
ten: years. ending 1857 was 275,276, and
for-the corresponding period which ter.
.minated with 1867, only 161,915. 'The
- The larger number-of-emigrants still go
to the United States.. 1tt1837 there were
9,892...Eng1i5h laborers,4,o6l,Scotch, anti
23, 1 775 Irish, who emigrated to the United
States; 812 , English, 132 Scotch, ' and
1,359 Irish embarked.for British North
Antall:2p 516 English,: .185 Scotch, and
81rtieleft toukustralasia. No less than 11..
227sItisltspinstent itailed%for s the United•
.1, , '' , ,
Tag:Prussian jettrnalt state that odic&
and ebld-prodeeing,maclilitelas been in.
ventedby ItfeTrattz Witidlitlutien 'Brun&
wiet 6 TheaCtlow of , We nifieSiti Ili based'
otiViekprifiCipla 'et producing , Cold and
warnith=byitib expansion and' 'cgrairet
sierlititadratili)herie aft,l*bic e
Pilibbli 6,tineslis of Media:Meal 'pewe
vie , MaChind require. 'no '"chemicals,
mittagbeipg used anthem hat Water and
atnitapherfettaiirthef May lie wrought
briteabailliato, biwitid,-and Alto; pro.
des tr' front le0;to I,PfilrPothidifof Ice per
hdtin itat4ditfg leisize; at a cost of foie;
ZiPtO 8d: WlOO porlids; 5 . WS difference
rattiltinslroni the teryierviiterrof Mel /
aid the mode, of ioillipir,ttnosed: One
of 'theirUsel 'fs ., td col tablas 7eellaren
tbegtietc,hosMeilir' CornpaltlnentB of
stirwago,' i ,
pantess(iitiaiitio f rilyti WB9 liiSap•
'OMIT Jae* weeks Ego by her patito In
au It taliread 011 - 4,wlia the 4'Sler isst
hitt g; but Vattaneo, who wall killed
lui . lt, I:4 , kstrip ift the yegr 4048,, by
H:. 0 4 0 , 44, the oriloOk. :Oltofr, Pt,
PgrAS 4 l IrO ,
killed in, , OW nye e a 4 eels.
This duel was' brought about by an in.
signidoant alterestion at La horde's
clones house. M. de Froidefond had in
.Getit,r#oits, Ohio, !will halo gas
works next year:
MlLLiorts of blackbirds are destroying
the corn in Boone county, Mo. , - •
'THE crop of apples in Minsneofa this
year is thought,willim 150,000 btithels.
MIDDLEBORO, Massachusetts, has pur
chased six hundred pairs .of woodchuck
ease at twenty , cents per pair this season,
and paid $5O for dead hawks.'
THE colored people of Lexington and
Fayette counties, sy., have been refus
ed the privilege of holding a fair on the
grounds of the association race, course,
- Ponmasio, Maine, has over 'one hun
dred and fifty inhabitants above seventy
one years of age, and twelve business
firms which have not changed their style
for the past quitter of a century.
Tan Officers of the New Hampshire
State militia have determined to keep - np
their present organization' at their own
expense, the Leguilature at its recent se's
sionlaving cut off the lanai small appro
priations for such purpose. • .
LYE made with good wood ashes, about
as strong as common tea, putinto bottles
and drank in half wine 'glass doses site;
every meal, is said to , be a certain pre
ventive of cholera, cholera' inertias, or
dysentery, and a sure regulator 'of the
A LADY ) living near Oskaloosa, Kan
sas, upon visiting here wardrobe, a few
days ago, found a large black snake coil
led among her clothing. She screamed
for help, and a friend came 'armed with
a pitchfork killed it. The snake was
over six feet long.
Tama are twelve thousand Bohemi
ans in Cleveland and more coming. They
want their language taught in the schools.
as also do she Gerinans, and the Board of
Education is troubled about it. A rem.
'piton to have the matter decided by the
legal votenr at thei. fall'eldtion failed of
Duaraa Axons'r the loss by fires in
the United States, (including those fires
only where the damage in each case ex
ceeded $20,000), was $0,438,000, an in,
crease of $3,125,000 over the same month
last year. The total loss by such fires
during the eight months of 1869 was
Tars late James Wheaton, of Provi
dence, B. L. left bequests ranging from
$2,000 to $5,000 in bank stock to nearly
every Baptist church in the city, and
made the Charitable ,Baptist Society his
residuary legatees, aiter some small be.
quests to his relatives. His estate Is
worth between $50,000 and $lOO,OOO.
Aricrer ten thousand Inishele of peaches
ave been shitlped this season by the
fruit groviiiii,near New AlbanY, indiann,'
to :Chicago , Milwaukee, . Lafayette and
Indianapolis. , The' fruitgrowers In that
region Caleolite that next year there will
he at least one hundred thousand more
fralt:treett in bearing In Floyd' county
than this year, provided the fruit hi not
killed by the winter and spring freezing.
t A. m4N very much afflicted with,l
living a ialsy,
t:Buffalq Fur.uice, Dhio. , bad his
strength restored under singular draw-.
stances. , • 'While sitting in his roomynog
lbng since, the chimney of the honeevieur
struck •by lighthingin and the fluid
passing into the . apartirienti'' Minded as
the mantel piece , a ''streak " , going eitber
way., teari ng thewOod sileVent. The,
palsied gunk sensibly felk,thek- • 'Book;,
learied ) frOck his chair, sad- wag , thus suds;
denli ?petered, and etid,moreigratirAnix,,
has so lemained.,. So titaya , the, Ironton
Revis' ter: f p•-••
II e •
Before the recent rebellion, 04, Vt•lrrf
during..,a short 'sojourn in Vicksburg,
met there some liot,blooded Sontherliera;
with a spirit as fiery as his 10wn,: 4, 11m,
quarreled—a 'challenge *all' Piasect*l
acCePted, and I the: next Tieing' sun was :
tot' 'witness one, if net both, of thete dead'
boillea.`,drenehed in: blood, to waah,olit
Darin the night.
, 01‘onel ,s4d 'he „Isiesici a bOat coming tip,
the siver,, and, Biretta him, as he heard
the boat-puffing , and blowing, that
deuce was we:better. part' of valor." , So :
he took his trunk , upon his shonlder,"
and stepped very quietly out'of ther ho
tel.' As' , ho the boat, 'Wlioni t
r i seil his' `istoo , llqp,at, 00.
b°4 A ,l ' ef qr . #l64l i 4 t 4P44,l%,Limirdi'
wee on t e growl' flex( morn ng, with
his second, waiting, with disappointed
wrath, for his antagonist, and published
him as an absconding scoundrel.
PITIES ÜBOt - GAZETTE; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18%9,
GEN. Hoopmt Is getting better.
A. B. STENBM3 moves about' with
GREELEY will deliver an address at the
Agricultural Pair, in Warren Co., Pa., on
MARRIAGE Df first cousins will be illegal
in New Hatripshire on and after Christ-
HON. Aram itzrdrrELL, of Milwaukee,
is President of bompanies controlling
2240 milei of railway. Da •
THAvEn, the circus man; has come
into possession of three extensive tracts
of. land in Wisconsin. •
ALFRED A. HART 13 painting the scene
at the di !vine' of the last spike of , the
trans continental railway&
lIRIIYPOLLY BREED, the oldest person
in Antrim, New. Hainpshire, died on- the
34 inst., in her pinety•rtinth year.
ORE trusinzum and seVen clergytnet
have cards entitling' them to ride at half
fare overithe St. Paul and , Pacific Rail
road. . '
Ancgutsuor Puncit.ta,,--.of Ohio, is the
oldest' 'Heist° in the. patholic Church,
he. - Kbg served since 18 , iapand now being
ii f ekeeventy.y,ears.of age.%
Tnomes "McKticiiir has retired
froin the field, is as Independent - work,
ingman's'eStididate for "Diegister - and Ite
cordeirsi,l , espihrli}, eow4k, •• •
'Gov. WISE recently said of one of his
photographs: "I suppose it was intended
for tae.., It looks ,as if was - drank,
sleepy, or pitying a kitten." •
A Illukt Rkitx lately celebintedher one
hundred mid lifth'birth 04 in Cleveland.
She' attributes her longevity to it,cancer
in the iltomich:of fifty yearn: standing.
151 r. - ISAAC Fowl. Boa,. the first sett le r - and first white matt• who died inlpligan
county, Illinois, will haye: . 'his memory.
honored by a monument over his' grave,
at the expense of the bounty. -
..IttrEs A. HAMILTON, son of Alexander
Hamilton, visited Washington two or
three days ago to see the statue of his
father, executed 'by Horatio Stone, and
recently placed : in~ the Capitol. He is
eighty.three years old. •
- JossVa JEPFEIi.9ON, Edwin Booth and
John E. Owens, are, each to give benefit
matinees in New York for the relief of
the family of the late J. G. Hanley.
Booth will play "lago," supported by J.
W. Wallack as "Othello." '
Tan oldest man in Indiana, Mr. Ben-
Eman Beall; a -resident of Milesburg,
Elkhart county, was born on tho 10th of
May, 1764, in Johnion county, North
Carolina. j He is a farmer, still of sound
mind, and has been, a •member of• the
Methodist church for forty-six years. '
EZRA T . BEssolir, 'one or Brigham
Young's twelve apostles, and "President
of the', Stakti of •Zion 'Of Cache Valley,"
died suddenly at Ogden on the 27th nit.
He had ten wives a couple of years ago,
and since then het married a number
more—wedding two women on one occa
AR old man In Crawford county, called
"Crazy Odell," has for twenty years,
with necessary intervals for sleeping and
eating, walked, in shine and atoll; from
Meadville to Penn „Line, twenty miles.
He imagines himself the Duke of Wel.•
lington marching to the battlefield o
TIIE Erie . Annual Conference of t he
X E.' Church meets at , Franklin on the
•13mtrut. Ataxertnr.n, of New Castle,
died very suddenly on the oth, of heart
HORSE thieves are plying their voca
tion with alarming vigor in Somerset
and adjoining counties
HEAVY 'FROSTS On the Ist and 2d dam
aged the corn and buckwheat considera
bly In Somerset and Cambria counties.
Shenango iron works, at New -
Castle, stopped during August, have un
dergone extensive repairs, and operations
are about to be resumed.
EBENSBURG, Cambria county, has got
a telegraph. The line was completed to
that place , and tee first messages passed
over It on Monday of last week.
Mns. JENKINE, residing near Petro.
leum Center, returned to her home a few
days since from picking berries. and soon
after died, from the effects of heat:
• DAVID 1311AFEB, a railroad brakeman,
while engaged in his duties at New Cas•
tie, on , the 9th, was dangerously injured,
having both legs crushed below the knee.
- FIVE men, arrested on Broad Top for
the murder of Mackey, were taken before
Judge Taylor, at Huntingdon, on a writ
of liabeas corpus, and one of them, John
Lynch, discharged. , The others were
held in $2,000 each for trial.
REV. JOSEPH Scßoacis, D. D., of the
U. P. C., has nerved the congregat'on in
Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland county,
for fiftpfive,years. preaches every
Bunday, and tr,a)Fela tvolve miles in the
discharge of hikministe;hll duties.
tlAntsr. Rgpme,.tlfty years of age, of
Berne , Lownsiiip, Berkey county, was
killed in a quarry on the .7th, by a huge
rock.falling upon him while he was en
iseec " $t r., Of 'l l ltibeaellsbl . a; brake
man nnithe acific" e,xpresp on thi Penn
eyivaile; ilinioad, aged. about twenty
eight.years, was, killed on. the 9th, ten
miletvabove Metreytown •by felling he;
tween two care, lthe ptundag over
Tnx . WarrensbUrg coal Writs at Car
bon Hirk; 1tt0.,. Caught tire 'inthe main
sbaftoli`Mondaf at 'Week,: while IR.,
teen . men *ere In Op Wino,. Seven. of
the ;men"ineceedt3d In getting - out::brf
clinging tWAhe ropes of an mending car,:
although:ilhey :were badly , burned, ,but:'
the remainder Were , Ibreed. to remain in
the mlnwuntll• the firsitmtui extinguished,
when they ion . eacted In a 'short' or lead.,
Injured condio Mr...Helvetii:Le fore man is
ProPaNy.fatall7 Burt, •
:,IdlX cows...belonging, to Henry Rath,
residing ..near .Alburtes Station, were
Killed on The -East . Penn Railroad by
thwtlighlaring. express train east, on the.
2d. /It is belleved.thwbows were drtveh'
on.the track `designedly, to wreck the, '
tr*, as 'thine 'vagabond -looking stran:
g tere Been In i . ,tHe; vicinity , during ; the
day, :atilofahrti; ettengthefied bz the
th;at avening ,previouit they
%TA% i lettoilltilkAkil I attempt ko: ph:am.
obstruction on the track at Alburtes Sta
tion. On being remonstrated with each
displayed a revolver, and seemed highly
',POr i typEs. l
T ._ ..
NT-CAN TOP. I
COLLINS & 'WRIGHT,
lice are now prepared to supply nutters and
Pters. , I. per f ect : simple. and as -cheap as theot h
plain' top, hating the names of the vationsi
Fruits stamped upon UM cover. radiating front'
the center. and aslndex or pointer stamped Vol :I
the too Of the can. - -. • : ',. • -.-- 'Z
It Is Clearly, Distinctly and..Permanetilly
.1' , ' .v.x,Va). • i. ' - .
by merely pl ins the name ot the - fruit the -
can contains O ppo site the pointer and sealing In
the customary anner. No presekrer nf fruit or
good houretoecer will use any Other after once
seeing_ . - mh2s
PIPES. . CHIMNEY FOPS. &C.
..NET ixiiiii . ,'!
A large:Aims I I . ;-,,
' ~. . ::if it! ,•:', I -HENRY E ?COLLINS,
i 414 "Ct j
lt;g1 • on,!;1 8 . ,
Ai..-.47.r 4 • al
1 41 c4;* . a
4 43 0
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ANDLESSA C . 06, --
Lase Warm, Carr a Ca 43
Inicassual •totArares. (-
Foreign and Domestic Dry .o=4
No. 9* W1:M.82'2.9ZZ ,
Third door above Diamond alter • .
EDUCATIONAL.. - -
IEI ' ISHOPTHORPE SCHOOL for
GIRLS. will begin its second ye number
I e Ifitti of BAPTEMBER next. 3be
of pupils. all of whom live In the house, Is Um-
Ited to ghirty. french is taught by a resident
governess, and so ler as possible is made the
Islianage of the family Address; for carculars.
etc.. 11188 CHAISE, Bishopitorpe Bethlehem,
Penna. - , • ' aunt
dies, No. 62 GRA.:
of this School will
Der 13th. Both Di
For information or admission apply to
anti: ' Ray. R. 3. COSTER. Rector.,
IRVING • •
egiate eaool for TORUS La,
!T STREET. Tb Term
• Pea on MONDAY, Beptina
y ana J3Oarillog Pupils re.
A.&lect School forYOtfl U 14.131138,250 i. 10,
12 and 10 tlittb street.
This Seltool oroylded rah flrt•cials *mom.
to odatlons, itrict'y select, sod cnmbinea all the
advantages afforded by the best Female Semina
Fall Term ccmmencra on MONDAY, Septem
ber Oth. Number of. , indents limited.
Circulars at the Book Stores; or at No. 3114n
coin Avenue, All,gheny City, the residence of
tne Principal. who, on sod afttr Wednesday',
September Ist. can be 'WILLS the Boom of the
Institute, from 9 to lii A. at.
• _ MRS. E. A. SMITH,
Miss M. MARKHAM.
(Late Associate Principal of Irving Institute, )
WILL OM A SCHOOL FOR
rating - Ladies and .71isses,
.MONDAY. September 0, 1869.
At the rooms Mill , / °couple:a py the Curry Insti
tute, No •39 and fig SLath streot Cate St.
Circulars c4 . be had at ail the principal Book-,
stores, or any information may. be obtained of
Miss Markbaro, at 319 PENN in', Pittsburgh.
*nib nfrz • " ''
MIL MRS.-M..M. TWINING'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL'i
2024 Mt, Vernon St Thitadelphitt
-The object 'at this i. , chool Is to insparVa tinni
est and nostril edrication. For this purpose the
room. ;ire fitted nrivrith every necessary comfort
,and convenience for , twenty scholars only. The
,most efficient tAchers of French, German and
Drawing ore'ensiised; : ,
An ample supply of Philosophical and Chant
cal apparatus is Provided for the illustration of
natural science.- .
A parupAlq zrospectWi. of the School be_
fu rn i a b ed on application by letter or otherwise.
,: • • • ' •
255 and 967 Perin Street;
Ter ot o geo per Lsesstoti of'nve mon, us:, i, No •
extroehargea. eqeepttor. trona' atok-.lLn-,
sic. Abolteatits to be imp to co ,o easily.
THE BOPIS , '• So ticoL , ROUHS, in o 0. 1 5157 V
have beeq'tecently eniarzed , and very much tnr:
'roved...yne,.,course .orltony quallnea tor.ea•
ranee ilitOnlitlY College. • Tnoroush resetting Ii
Such • to thole studies relating to • buifnessit
E'cioLt r o ro Chiiteei
tvum;tt Ue m a n4sll7. , ; ;UKstiacter at the: School Is *
tee rolonest,v po ns tstgug The Tea lare featra::N o
FIELD; SLOANE tnesohoAN.
The i ee lltOellOrdityrol" the, IiptINW.LAIAIXS
aje No. is 5. Pe n street., Tbe• Booms pse ;
s actoesls4. egan ,•••The 'Principal, Mr.4___.t•tr •
• EWELL, will tie (isolated by Miss ciPENUntr.l .
Bliss_E. M. Lzeu_Erw, late of Vaster e g e,
and DIM 11174.T .EINSAIrekfijeweeir'n'in t he
menity,o 'atitomettcliee. !;The Ityo.l)tiststt•
: menu, or an, Senior. embrace
°nese u &Collin such tnetitntions:, • ,
la lc NUS (oAli. ElltPiltt'lltliNT be tinder
i rt. Dlt RAH and law su.BBLNK,,
Pr,or AM' e 4roes are sl4lss gm quarter.,
EnBINCIi *lb oeequarter.' • .•oth are
,The yteer-ottais - '.reaehers or .
• • usic.. The LADIES' WHOA, now oiler, every
• vautaittvwblett nalitire - tectiteft &MIMI
ehetang_graelt: &wrote , suktoundllE •
Thu Prlncle toey,oe fen iiit4l7, in t A s,Penn.
rreet.,frorti tun - • • • au
„ . •
UUN PECII 6 OIiNittiESTAL
er wpme t t a rt.
JuWiv tea lisaiisterieritif trAYareltlf 4l- 61 ,
dieki w/bIB. RANDS . OttirLas iientl_emenia
wiesTOPEZB, SCALPS, tiIIARD
BRAUZLIETe, *c. Ji - Vw A good Price in cash
will be given for RAW RAIZ.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Ralf Chute= done
la tee neatest winner. Zia 111
$ GS NOTIONS, ditO
ROMAN j- RIBBONS,
400111610181 LT BOWS,
in:antan. and Roman Colors.
Black "gilk Fringes. .
B. 0 N S ,
In all the newest stylq. Also l , all the elegant
ENBEIADERIESA; . _ NEW SINE,
Rlblie:l, grey . Zvttz and *bite
SHIRTS AND.' DRAWERS.
A full variety of color; of
Ladies' and Misses Balmoral Hose
„GENTS' SHAKER,H.NIT HALF HOSE,
kACRUM, • ititTE & CO.,
78 & Street.
"deceived vas pay by
JOSEPH HORNE k CO.
NECK, NECK. BOw AND
• PLAIN, BROCADE AND FANCY
In choice stylee. ihe new
SAMMOR.Ag* BLONDE HATS,
HAT PLUMES AND•BIRD'r„
CHOICE F-EisiCH SLOVi r ,ERS.,•
OLOR S A't I
COLORED VELVETS In every ?bade.
HAIR NETS. TAPS wrrcazs.
SINE SILK TENS; -
• . • • ,LINEN 4Atfo. ,
- ' .4
Another lot, Including the Bright and Light
TIM/BURG EMBR OIDER in new designs.
RDRISISHANG ISOODS. New styles in
.• FINK SUSPENDERS.
WHITE AND FANCY SHIRTS,
. NEULIGEE SHIRTS, -
rAP.F.B. COLLARS AND CU • FS, •
SHELL BRACELETS ANO BANDS,
And a general assortment of Notions,
77tai and 79 MARKET STREET.
lOW SUMMER GOODS
.70. 27 lVfth 4th:inset.
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroldenes asd Laces.
.Hats and Sonnets. •
'Glove lining and French Corsets.
New Styles arse ley's Skirts. ,
-Parasols—all the new styles.
Sup and Rain Umbrellas.
Hoslery—the best English makes.
A,gents for "Harris , Seamless Kids." •
Spring and normSer undernrear,
Sole Agents the Bends Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irving," "West End."
"Elite," dm: "Dickens," "Derby," and other
Dealers supplied with tke above at '
314Alt:NUFALT URERS' PRICES.
MAGMA & CARLISLE
my 4 , • a.
Keeps constantly on hand
Cloths; •Cassimers and Testings..
AIso,GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
.N0.,,93 1-2 Smithfield Street, .
: PITTSBURGH, PA:.
Gent's Clothing made to order In the latest
CIACOrI I I-lINGIL.
Our 'entire Pturinier Stock of Boys', Youths':
aqd CiOdten , s dothinifi.cio'sukii out at greatly
recfncettyarices. . • .
•:';; 'I3ILAt . & LOCUST
% • Err CL am: '''
ms , ream cietons. •
' t A - splendid hew stoat o 1"
CZ CA 6 .IBBIMEREB, teas
A I S 2/011 a•
'get. lialehast Vigor; 111118attittteid street.
(Lite 0utt4,4401 k W. liespeanfade4)
No. $3 Southfield StreetlPlttiburgh.
1e 23 1 2 2. , ,
; , 2 Li
: 4 - 8 1
/PEWIT HOUSE AIiSOCIATION
Nos. and 4 Bt.. Clair Street. Plitsburgli,
Special attention given to the designing and
building of COURT 1/0118.118 Salk rusia
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
ALL COLORS OF
omd , m, 7
Purchased by our lir. 11. MoCallum from Poona
facturers in Europe.
Tapestry Bruisels, &c.,
TFIR ?IN EST
Assortment ever offered in Pittsburgh.
ALSO, 4. FINE STOCK: OF :
THREE-PETS, IS RAINS,
A. FINE A.& OF
Well Seasoned Oil. ,Cloths.
Aro. 51 FIFtEr 4 f"F«r► u
0,.A . - ..R- P . :;. - E:.,T'... Si.
Floor Oil, Cloths,
31 EdWI L TIN4OriS4
AT_ LOW .PRICES.
-We offer„many of our goods' much below last
Spring's 'aims. Those. needing, goods in on:
line can sage money by buying at ouce.
_ 11 FIFTH ATENUE:'
NEW FALL . 'STOCK:
CAR . PET S,
The First in. the Market
THE 01-IEAP E ST.
.Two-ply and Three ply •
CHEAP INGRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST LINE OF
Ever Offered in Pittsburgh.
Save time and money by buying from
No. 71 and 73 'FIFTH AVENUE,
an.2s:d3T • (ateend Floor).
OLIVER 111LINTOCK & CO.
HAVE nag namm
FINE Svit'ROTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE TAMEST ASSORTMT OF
WHITE, CHOI . & FAN!
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
IN TEE caw.
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OLIVER WMWOCH I g CO'S.
23 717TH ' AVENITE:
WILL ItEINAIN , • OPEN, ONTIL
• G. 'W. SIIILLE3f, Proprlp i ter.
an30:1273 • •
LAKE ROUSE, - STONE/30RO"
PA. (on line orJameatown and Pra"kiln
Iread:) EDWA RD ' DOL Pourieter.
This favorite Butiamer.ibeort Is now ready for the
receptionuf guests. It Is deslithtflailv situated.
few rods from SANDY LAKE. the must beau
tiful shi et of'Waier In Pennsylvania, ana se.
easel to hr./tail from ALL POINTS. hp'eueld
Meal°, nal Staines on the =winds. atil&tu.S
' DR. VorEEIrrnER . -
00NTINVES TO TRE.A'r ALL
1.? Private diseases 'illyVh t At all km forma t nary diseares, and the eV' of mercury are
completely eradicated; 8 rritea or deml‘.
nal Wealoteas and Impotency, - reediting prole
self-abuse or other causes, and lamb produciesi
acme of the following effects, as blot nee bodily
weakness, Inclination, conamAetion, neralorito
society, dread, of Snare eferlia:
loss or m e mory, offence, noctlxruas- =dation%
and finally s 6 prostrating the *canal system sato
render maritthe unsatiabcotel7,-A theregolli
imprudent, are perinaciently cured. Personal:
filmed with these or anyother delicate, intricate
or long standing constitethanalcomplant should
give the Doctor a trial; be never fails.
A. particuiar attention_ givento all Female earn..
Plaints, Leucorrhea or Whites, Falling, Indara-_,
nation Ltriceration• of the It'ornb„ Warbles,
prttrills„ Ante/without. 31exacrreagia, Dysmon...
nrrrhoes and Sterility or Birrertheshithe c trlzat.
ed lithehe greatest SUCCAUI/h
tkAnident, that physician who. confine*
el; eXclusively to the study of kcerfain clan
dieeasaa'and treats thousands of cues every
ear. rithst acquire greater altUi•in that specialty
t x ~aaone in general practice. -
e Doctor publishes a 'medical Pamphlet of
Any pages that gives x imuexposition ofvenereal
and. plinth diseases, that cart belled free elope r.
or by mall for 'two stamps, in sealed envelopes. -
Every sentence eontains instruction to the sze
!Doted, and firlitb:lng theta to determine the pre,„
Oise nature of their complaints. -
The establishment. comprising teem ample
• wh en is is not convenient, to
fftl i rac l : c ctV ra4 the Doctor's opinion can beat,.
thine i be giving a written statenulatiof the case,'
and Medicines can be forwarded byte:lair or ex...
Press. In some ; instances , however, a personal
examination is absolute's , nallegaarY, aline In
others dailypersodsi attentionalli tea t ired, ane
for the accommodation :snit patierirn they are
apartments connected with the.o dint bat AM pro
vided with every' recidirite that is calculated' to
vromots resoyery, , ,incinding .Minthosted „ vapon
baths. All prescriPtions are prepared in th e
Doctor's own laboratory. under Ids personal on
perviston, Ittedicat pamphlets at °Mee free, or
by mall for two stamps. No matter who line
faded, read what he saga. ?lours 9 A.MV) 9 'EN
Sundays pi 30,M P t r. Oglee,No. P W
STRZET, (near Court House,' Pittsburgh, ea '
ROSE lc CO;