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THE DARKENED NURSERY.
There's inoM elle - ugh in the nurriery now
'TIM! crowded a I ttle before
For when the crib in the corner at ..
The rockers came close to the door:
But the light was swt•et and tht• air was
Anti the room was filled with chet r, soft.
For we all were chained to the spot
By the voice of th e baby dear. -
Where is the sunshine—where is the noise?
Where are the playthings gone?
What ihall I do with my empty arms' ,
Sittlugelone, alone? , -- - ••••• .--.- • -- •li,
What shall Ido with the enoty crib? . i
Where shall Ines his chair?
/trust the dartihg little one's clothes come doien
Oh, let me leave them there:
Nay. fold them nu softly and pat them by,
Life is htdier through this pato:
Lly up the ctrrisge—check the deep sigh,
.Take up life's duties again:
Tillrthe face fully toward Heaven and God;
Hsweet peace shall keep thee still:
Bowlow before Him, Miming Ms rod.
. -nnnllll murmer, love—" Just as God will."
- LOUISVILLE grand juries are endeavor
ing to suppress gambling in that city.
A. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE for colored
youth is to be organized in Wasbington
: Trim Woman's Hospital in New York
recently received a donation of $BO,OOO
from an unknown source.
THE International Union of Locomo
ttve Firemen, in session in Cincinnati
several days last week, adjourned to meet
Sept. 1, 1870, at Philadelphia:
THE rector of Memorial church, West
port," Conn., was horse-whipped in the
street last week, by a Mr. Ketchum.
Family difficulty was the cause.
A. T. STEwART has sold twenty
shawls this season worth $2,000 each.
and one worth $5,700. One woman ran
rip a bill of $20,000 at his store in two
THE wholesale clothing trade of Cincin-
Mid was greater during the past month
than ever before in the history.of that
city. The increase is due to the South
"Tr !us been decided in a Brooklyn.
court that a citizen is not bound by law
to assist a policeman in arresting a man
unless the officer has a warrant from a
THE machinery, tools and fixtures of
the late Spencer Repeating Rifle Company,
Of Boston, were sold at auction last
week, the total proceeds of the sale reach
ingithout $138,000. '
Tau freshmen outnumber the sophs at
Middletown, Coma., the present term,
more than two to. one, are stout, robust
felloWs, and their wish not to be "hazed"
is scrupulously respected.
Trur, organ of Arehbishop Purcell, of
Chicinnati, declares that "it will be a
glorious day for Catholics in this country
When, under the blows of justice and mo
rality, our school system , will be shivered
„Timm were received in Sacramento,
on the 19th ult., by railroad, 10,000 dozen
eggs. They can be carried thither and
sold at fifty cents per dozen which is ten
cents less than is charged for the Cali
PETER DE LARTY. a colored lothario,
was married a few days ago in Cincin
nati. IJpon the wedding night a select
company ,of his "old flames" dragged
him from his nuptial couch, and gave
him a terrible cowhiding. •
D. Wirsoi.;, - baggage master on the
Lafayette and Indiana Radioed, while
collecting fares from the passengers on
the roofs of the cars, was killed at a bridge
near Indianapolis, having neglected to
stoop as the train approached.
A FOIIIIDLING in Columbus, Ohio, bad a
card attached to it, on which was written:
"Compliments of Lucille to 'Darling,'
and requests him to accept this little pres
ent, as a token of herdntinued remem
brance of him. In gr haste."
WILLIAM TRACT is the name of an es
timable keeper who has just been dis
missed from a Yorkshire insane asylum
because when it was his duty to give a
patient a warm bath he deputed the task
to two lunatics, who boiled the man to
ON Saturday night of last week Mr.i.
Mary George, of Lexington, Richland
county, Ohio, committed suicide by jump
ing into a cistern, having arisen from her
bed without arousing her husband. She
was highly iespected, and leaves three
children, the youngest a babe.
Coitsiononz Vanderbilt replied "II don't
know" to every question ot a Wld re
porter, sent to interview him,adding to his
last repetition, "You can't get anything
out of me. I suppose -(walking 'away)
that it is a combination of darned thieves
- to put money in their pocket."
AT San Antonio, Texas, on the 18th
• ult., a boy named Buchanan, sixteen
years old, was arrested for horse stealing,
bat when taken he was identified as the
same boy who murdered a man named
Hennessey, in Kansas, some time ago, and
for whom a reward of one thousand dol
lars was offered.
AT Marysville, Ohio, last week, Mrs.
Jagera, engaged at her work in another
part of her house, heard tier child scream
• suddenly, and hastening to the room
where sue left it, she saw a large black
snake, with head erect and menacing at
titude, making its way into the room. It
- was but a little distance from the child,
anti evidently meant to attack, but was
itself attacked and;killed.
'Flavor, 'divorces were mated at the
August term of .the. Court.df • Common
Pleas, at Mansfield; . Ohio, (Richland
county); The Herald, published- there,
thinks this "another alight evidence that
Mansfield is rapidly assenting . Metropol
. Ran proportions," - and 'eXpects soon to
hear the crir,on the trains pasibig through
that place, "Iganifiel4;,,twenty
for divorees:r aa say Is . now. the case
ntinastialViK 4! • , ,
l&ns.:Orrzwoonnat is the sole rit'oPri .:
eter of; the; largesv Getman r
paper in they city of 'New York. *any
years agolher" husband'ied; leaving,: her
ge family ;of children and a small
pSPer,. She wePt..eara y to, work,at
nce, attending herself .$O, all the details
of the Oficevand she now controls every
' rich and‘powerful journal: She drives to
her office in the' , morning; looks afterits
multitudinous affairs, and' returns to her
elegant honte at three o'elorik intim after
A. CERTA IN aster newspaper, in Georgia
praises the efficiency of the postmof
the city; The latter repudiates the flattery,
and says that it is only for the purpose of
2liducing the poittnaster to wink at the'
violation' of, the postcffice laws by the edi
tor. The card of the postmaster, in a
rival newspaper, concludes by saying that
the editor, "knowing his own price to be
6 very low indeed, has undertaken to buy
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his peace with ring-bnued flattery, and
proposes to throw himself in, just to
make. good measure. The offer is de
IT is stated that negotiations are now
in progress between the friends of the
Chicago Baptist Theological Senainary
and the owners of the great Hengsten
berg Library, of 12,000 rare works on
Biblical, theological subjects, Old Testa
ment archeology, geography, history,
etc., for the purchase of this.valuable col
lection of books. This library is prob
ably the most complete of the kind in the
world, and would be a v gteat acquisi
tion here. The refusal o it has been
given f0r.0,000 in curr cy. All that
now remains to be done s to raise the
money, which will, no d übt, soon be
A PARIS corresponden describes .a
sweet thing in sleeve.bu tons: "One
gold button, as large as a small cheese.
plate, is covered with c ystal, under
which is the rouge et no t roulette; e the
other, its companion, co unr
crystal cover three dice; - touch of the
nail sets a little hook goi g, and round
turns the roulette discin icon with the
other button, which, when touched, also
sets one of the dice leaping summersaults:
when both stop the die on one cuff shows
a number, and either rouge or noir stands
at the hook. In this mner gentlemen
can gamble in railway gains, in bed, at
the cafe, anywhere." II ...
Ai Illinois notary üblic, commis
sioned in 1853, for four ears, continued
to act until 1886, when e died, his com
mission not having be renewed. In
1859 he took the ackno ledgment of a
deed, which, being sent o the Secretary
of State, that officer refu ed to attach a
certificate that the d was an acting
notary, &c., for the teas that the nota
ry's con:ulsion had ex ed by limita
tion,v and not being rene ed he (the
cretary) could not certify o official acts in
1859. The Governor an tamed this de
cis!on, and also expresse grave doubts
if the sureties of the note could be held
responsible for his acts a ter the expira
tion of the term of four ears for which
he was appointed.
A GERMAN named U and committed
suicide at Bolivar, Tue awes county,
Ohio, last week, uder t e following cir
cumstances: He had stol some boards
out of the school hoes ; was arrested,
bound over, confessed and was fined
twenty-five dollars. He sold his house
and bought in Canton. Subsequently
repented this step, and tried to buy his
Bolivar house back, but the purchaser re.
fused to sell. Uhland was very gloomy
about the matter and declared that he
would not leave his. old house until he
was carried away. On Thursday he went
into his carpenter shop and was heard to
pray loudly. The report of a gun startled
them outside, who, upon entering, found
him dead. He had placed the gun so that
with a stick he could reach the trigger,
and the ball passed directly down into the
top of his head. L .
TIOGA proposes to haye a Republican
majority of 3,000 this year.
Tan true Democrat is the man who
carries out the principles of Democracy.
Tan Press says: The Republicans of
Philadelphia are going to answer this fall
the disputed question as to "who struck
TWENTY. ONE 'Republican meetings are
to be held in Lancaster county - during
October. The County Committee is very
energetic there this year.
Tar. New York Sun says that Geary
will carry Pennsylvania this fall by 10,000
majority; The canvass is aiding the Re
publican ticket every day.
Fawn dollars and ninety cents is the
amount of taxes paid by Asa Packr,who
is reported to be worth twenty millions.
The poor man pays the taxes for him.
Tan doubts about our honesty to pay
our national debt are costing the country
$30,000,000 a year in extra interest.
These doubts are caused by the Demo
cratic repudiationists. • •
Tan man who is too careless to go and
see that his name is on the list of vote's,
in time, doesn't deserve to have a vote.
We hope no Republican will find himself
disfranchised by his own negligence.
A GRAND mass meeting into be held in
Beaver, on Tuesday, October sth, and
Senator Scott and Messrs. Grow and
Swope are to be the speakers. Op the
evening of the same day the same gentle.
men will speak in New Brighton.
THE Democratic papers fly at the head
of filch . columns "For Governor,.Asa
Packer. of Carbon county," an then
they declare that be does not live there at
all, but that his home is in Philadelphia.
Why can't they tell the truth I—Lebanon
Joss W. GEARY, the brave soldier. or
Packer, the rebel millionaire, must be
our Governor for the next three years.
Can loyal men hesitate whom to chose?
Vote for the man who fought his coma
try's battles, and periled his life for the
the Union. ,
L. W. C.RANYFOED ifs the Republican
candidate for Assembly in the - McKean
district. and James H. Webb has been
nominated ' for Assembly by , the Republi
cans of the Bradford district, in. place of
Mr. Ackley, who w as killed in a railway
co llision- • 1
Tan Pottsvill Miner's Journal' says:
Packer will fall or. lamely in the coal
regions where he's, best known. The
bone and sinew of. our popUlation repu
diate the grasping monopolist who owes
his -immense wealth. to the labor of, the
workingmen; he oppressed.
OR the 7th of Aigtist last the Republi
cans of Huntingdon; county voted'On the
" Crawford County System," but until
lain week the return was' kept a "secret.
The Republican; hoWever;`ixas Unearthed
it, and it appears . that she system was
carried by a vote of 91 for to ;138 against.
• Tan Democratic party of Pennsylve,
ea in Convention assembled, inlBoo.
refiolvedthat in the event of the. separa.
tion of the South from the North . it was
the duty of the Keystone . State to follow
her Southern sistersl No wonder Chair.
man Mutchler wants the past . forgotten.
Tau Harri,f3butg Telegraph says: Every
knave and scoundrel in the country is
opposed to:.the Registry. Law. Every
honest voter_ thanks. God for its whole
some provisions. We heard a prominent
Democrat declare that "Geary could easi
ly be defeated if it was not ,for that d.....d
Win does not the Democratic State
Central Committee furnish the people of
Penniylvania with the record of Cyrus
L. Pershing? His voteigin the Legisla
ture during the war, .1111 all measures
looking to the support of our soldiers in
PITTSBURGH.. GAZETTE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1869,
tile tie* could proVe instructive ,read-,.
log to layalmen.
Tnsi Chambersburg Repository says
that the Democratic aspirants for the Con
gressional nomination next fall are taking
time by the forelock. There are-already .
in the field F
oomh that district viz:
B. Stenger, fte Valley ' Spirit, .
Meyers, of ihe Harrisburg Patriot, and
Alexander Coffrotli, an ex.M. O. Thus
far Stenger is ahead.
AN exchange says - the CoPferheads are
busy at secret work. They are canvass-
ing every ddstrict in the county, and ex:
pent to get out their full Note - . They Writ
they are catching the Republicans nap•
ping, and are already congratulating each
other on their expected gain. Republi
cans, will you sleep while the enemy are
working for your overthrow ?
WE desire it to be distinctly under
stood, in the remotest corners of the State,
as it is known at his home, that the Dem
°cretin candidate for Gdvernor of Penn
sylvania, was in the closest sympathy
with the peace or secession wing of the
Northern Democracy during the war;
t the was one of those who rejoiced in
o r r ie d e e . feats and mourned over our Lvic-
Lxtrimsz, the location of the celebrat
ecoffee-pot naturalization machine, is
not prospering under the rule of Demo
cracy. While for four years past, ender
aßepublican State government, the as
sessinent'of State taxes in this county has
been diminished nearly five-fold, the as.
sessment of county taxes has regularly
doubled, trebled, and quadrupled the levy
of 1860. ,-
Tux Republicans of Mercer were never
so active in a political campaign as 'now.
No less then twenty-seven township
meetings are advertised to take place ' in
the county within the next ten days. A.
meeting is to be held in Mercer county,
on Tuesday, October 9th, at which'pon.
John Scott, Hon. W. W. Ketchum, Col.
T. M. Bayne and H. Bucher Swope,
Esq., are announced to be the speakers!
THE Clearfield Journal says: We are
reliably informed that $5,000 have been
sent to Clearfield by the Mutchler State
Committee, for distribution among the
faithful. Every Democrat who doesn't
get his share of 'the funds will get cheated.
If they don't keep a sharp lookout the
whole "pile" will be divided among the
Clearfield "ring." Now is the time to
call for it—before the election. After
you vote you will get no money.
THE G. A. 11. post at Erie are prepar
ing fora grand entertainment the com
Din Joscrn KAHICWEILER has sold
the Carlisle Sulphur Springs to Col.
Omit, of Harrisburg, for $3,000.
Tux Welsh Congregationalists of Penn
pylvania held their annual convention a
Ebensburg, Cambria county, last week.
EDWARD Buns, charged with the mur
der of George Settlemoyer, in Summer
hill township, Cambria county, has been
admitted to bail in the sum of 115,000.
SOLVSIOR McCullough, Esq,, formerly
of Cambria county, and a well known
canal and railroad contractor, died in
LanCaster on the 24th ult., aged 82 years.
Cravrun county boasts of a large lass
over whose head but thirteen summer suns
have rolled, who weih 240 pounds.
The Republican attests thestatement,
having seen "the scales and the damsel
Jom M. WarrEnna, residing in
White Pine county, Nevada. recently
sent to his mother, Mrs. M. Whitehill, of
Hookstown, Beaver county, a silver brick
of the value of $120.'76 specie. He's
"brick" of a boy.
Mr. L. N. FLYNT, a well known insu
rance agent in Erie, stooped down to pat
a little dog in Gil itmtle ore's miline
when the ugly l whelp
and bit a piece out of Mr. Flynt's under
lip, making a painful wound and an ugly
RECENTLY, while an excavation was
being made on the highway which crosses
the East Diamond, in Waterford, Erie
county, tfle remains of a human being
were found which are supposed to he
those bu r ied rench soldier who must have
been there about one hundred and
twenty years ago.
Os Monday of last week .Miss Bridget
Markham, while sitting at her work.
stand in the house of Mr. F. B. And
rews, at Bhamburg, Venango county,
accidentally upset the lamp by the light
of which she was sewing. Falling upon
the floor, it broke and set fire to the
carpet, , and from thence the flames were
communicated to her clothing. In her
fright the unfortunate girl ran out of the
house, screaming frantically for help,
but before assistance could be rendered
she was terribly burned, and died the
ON the 21st ult., a man named Roach
stole two horses from the stable of Man
full & Ross, contractors on the Pittsburgh
and Connellsville Railroad, four miles
from Ohio Pile Falls. Mrs. Manfull, who
had observed the theft, and who was
threatened with violence by Roach,
notified her husband, and pursuit was at
once made, Mr. Manfull and hie part
ner, Mr. Ross, overtook Roach near
Cretans, in Somerset county. Seeing he
was mimeo, Roach .tied the horse to a
fence, took refuge in an old house, and
prepared for a fight. He looked out of
a window, Seemingly prepared for a ShOt
at his puratiers,'when Mr . /WIND ' dis
charged hp, revolver at him, the, .ball
taking eat; in his breast and cawing
bis death next day. Mr. Mania gave him
self up to the authorities - and 'Mr. Boss
was arrested as accessory 'to the homi
cide. , • , .. : , • ': -
Tun Bile conference of the M. R.
Church meet at ,Franklin' Veziango
county, on Wednesday of last week to
hold its 34th annual session. ThiCtont
ferenoe embraces the counties :` of Erie;
Crawfbrd, Mercer, Yining°, Ciro - aid
parts;of Lawrente, Butler and,„
Pennsylvania, and in Ohio: Ataa . 'III
Trumbull, Lake, , Geauga; Portary a n d.,__
in parts of Cayuga and Summit; • 1145 °
Chautauqua,. and parts ,of Cattaregua
counties in New York. At the last , con
ference Were. were reported 260
pastors, 870 lay preachers ” tul4
about 88,000 church members: also',
322 . Sunday schools, • bnving 11.
membership of over 42,000 teackers and
scholars. Thee Conference owned 887
churches and 148 parsonages valued at a
million and a. half dollars. ' The aggre
gate salaries paid the pastors was sls s e
805, and the contribution of the churches
to the Bible and other societies was about
SELF - LABELtNG
Fit UTT-C AN POP.
vi lr uGHT,
_ _ _
We are now prepared to supply 'Rupert' and
Potter. It Is perfect, simple. and as Cheap as
the plain top, having the 'names of the various
Prato stamped upon the.cover, radiating from
the center. and an Index orpolnter stamped upon
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
cut 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. ,
PIPES. CIitSINEIFTOPS. sfko;
♦ large assortment.
HENRY H. COLLIVIS,
"y11:h87 Avenne,near Smithfield St
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
EINE O.I3ORTMENT OF
In Plaid and Roman Striped
Ruffled Collars and Cuffs,
The New Bailor Collar,
Bilk Class Buttons.
In all the Newest Patterns.
MISSES PINE WOOL CAPS AND SAME
An Elgant assoitonrit just receivtd
Bair and Jute Switches,
Balmoral and Plaid hosiery,
Wool half hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
TOR TALL AND WINTER WEAR.
A Full Supply of All Hinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANNELS,
M.ACRU3I, GLYDE & CO.,
78 & 80 Market Street.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
STRIPED AND taCOTCEI FLAW. ALL
Reyersed Satin Pleating,
Tait Latest Novelty In Dress Trimming..
Quilled Satin Trimming,
}gain and Plaid Hercule Braid',
11 1 , !Sik, Clatin and Velvet Buttons,
Scotch Plaid Glass Buttons,
ma anda and ColoreGirdld Vele
s• et v Ribbons
Merino and Wool Underwear
In all Oleo and dpalltles.
Child'• Merino Orates,
Ladle,' lderlro Skirts,
BoulLvarde Pelt Ulna
An Unsurpassed Auortmcnt
Merino sod Wool Binned,
• Pa Wan Striped,
VICTORIA AM) STIART CASHMERE
HOSE, in all sizes.
Oen' s• Half Hose In Wool. Merino and Super
Stout C otto
AT'VERY LOWEST PRICES.
77 and 79 MARKET STREET
orncr. 07 CITY ENGINEER & SURVEYO,
PITTSBURGH, OCL. 2,1609. f
DIOTICE.—The assessment for
• Grading, Paying and Curbing of FORBIN
BET. from Chr s twit to Magee street, is now
ready for examination, mid can be teen at thts
othce until W EON Ed OAT, October 13th. when
it will be returned to the City Treasurer's orace
0b2:05 H. .1. MOORE. City Enalneer
IaTICE CITY Pxolleaals aliD ISURVEYoxt.
- Pittsburgti, Oct. 3.1869. 1
114-OTICE.--Tll6 Assessment for
stadia': and paidna Locust alley from Fur
oh to Forty.firet stre now ready for ex
amination. wait vim be s e en at stile wilco until
WILDNESDAY. Octo Tread ' sB69. When it
will be sent LOW LI T olllce for col ,
H. J. 1100111.. City Engineer.
OPTICS OP CITY ENGlNltinScrairsTOß,
rirrssonatx, Sept. 28. 1869. 5
aIbNOTICE.--The assessment for
_G ra ding, Paving and onrblug BEECH
EY from Pride to Miltenberger street,ls Dow
ready tbr exandaation, and can be seen at this
office tmttl PIHDAY. October Stb, when It will
be retameDle ILe City... Treasurer's once for Col.
V *undersigned. apooluted Viewers to assess
cleavages and bootees !or opening Jefferson street.
s econd w ard, 'Weibel:li, nott tee preut-
Isas on , ORDAY., October 9th 1149, at SI
feoloen •r. W. to .Atton4 to the. (tunes of our ap
protmeut. B. , strGIIENNES.
- • • JAMES OISAISAnt.
4egastrlo.2 l, • ANDBMW DAVIDSON.
iDTICE TO VLOIIIII DEALERS
,A. 1413 CoNsfIRIERS.—We are now reeeia
ne 40.000 bushels direfully selected
ayp AND AMBER. ND . T&NNSB.IItr.
wmg* , num/land in 01 son. flake, Breen
snit , K organ counties,. In fans, This -lot of
Wiles; is tile very best ts be round and cannot
be surpassd by any In tbe United ?Antes. _
we hav ealso finished our Improvements In
Machinery. Bolting Cloths and Cooling Rooms:
and are DOW prepared to Punish Abe best flour
We have made for ten years at prices that defy
CednpetitlOn on the same grades oi flour.
R. T. iranagivir,Dir'& BRO..
Pearl. Steam Kill. Allegheny.
, • . •
Be .tember3.3. 1869. • .
WIIIt! FLOUR!- FLOUR!
_, IitISNRINYTA Beatty ruyern,.
415stiblil. Legal ene, I bbls Ha ta. 361/
Vittiotuo, 110 bbls rin mit Milts 970 bbis
1 . 411.R0., 580 Mils Bed River. 133 bbls May
.i . ANT, wrsonansils twns.
SOO Mar verstde, 905 bbl White Star, 500
Dine siLTlLOA__rands Spring Wheat flour.
WD,mSN WREATRAMILY WLOUR.
Vitg•Mlib of Npringileid. Ohio. Pride of the
West, Depot Mills. *Glen, A. Panignik Mi ll s
Ringleader and Drown, choice IR. Loeb.
for We lower alien can be brought from the
West. WATT. LANG 3 00.,
Jrn al* and 174 Wood street.
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CIRR I BIeCANDLESS a, CO.,
LIU Warns. Carr at,C 1 r...)
WFIOLZBALZ MALI= IN
Foreign ad Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET.
Third door abort Diamond one
• :I: IMOH. PA.
11l be received at the office of the under
signed until SATURDAY. Octob•r lad. 9 A.
for farnisbing 350 of Hold's ImProved Indirect
rs. and itt Inc up the same for warming
the new parts of the AArgbeny County Jail.
Further inloimation given a. our office.
5004;15 BARR Sr. MOSFR.
Lumber, Bricks, Slate, Glass Sr. Copper.
Sealed proposals will be received at this Ar
senal untlllo A 3.1. on TU85112:57, October sth,
1869. for furnishing
80,000 feet White Pine Flo
oring. best quality,
1" by 6 inches by 12, 44, 16 and 18 feet long.
96.000 feet White Pine tinrathiag Boards /3 4
by 8 incries by 14. 16 and 18 f4et long.
95.000 felt White Pine Joists 2)f, bi 5 incaes,
and 16 f , et long
20.000 feet White Pine Joists op 4 inches,
and 16 feet long.
All lumber to be of good entirely free
from large or loose snot.. sari, shakes. splits
and rot, and all to be deilveted at site of shops
at this Arsenal before thlic.ose of navigation
Proposals will be made per thousand feet.
boar d mersure. and will state whether the lum
ber will be delivered on cars or wagons.
SEALED PROPOSALS will also 13? ncelvfd at
this Arsenal until 10 A. M. on WEDNEBD follow-
October 20th, 1869, for furatitting tat follow-
Anout 1 100,000 Bricks for floor arches.
All bricks must be of the best quality. Bound
and well burnt. Samples 'will be turnisheil with
Proposals will be made per thourand bricks.
delivered at site of chops, at this Arsenal. and
will state whether cra cars or wagon-. De.lc
ery.to commence by Ist of May. ISTO. and all to
be delivered before August Ist. 1810. •
ALSO. for furnishing and_prittlr. g on ID mortar
with copper nails , about 600 square (of 100
square feet) BOOT SLATING.
- f he slate must be of the bestquallty. Samples
of different sizes andss caneties
or will be furnished
and separate propols made f each.
Proposal' will be made per square (of 100
square feett) of Fisting exposed when put on the
roof. no extra allowance to be made fur edges or.
waste in ratting. The Untied* States to rUrttlsll
- labor and no =aerial, excepting sand and
lime fur the mortar. •
Tr e root to be laid so that less than one-third
of the length of each slate shall be exposed to the
either: and all laid within sixty daysafter the
roof shall have been made ready for slating.
. ALSO FOR GLASS.
000 lights ST by 13' Inches.
1.400 lights a IBS by inches.
1,000 lights SICIS by 1312 inches. •
3SO llghta SITS by 13s inches.
1100 tights AB 13:yiches.
The glass to be of best quality of window glass.
double thickness, clear, out of wind, free from
blisters. waves and stains. Samples will be fur
nished with the proposals.
Separate proposals will be made per 1001Ights
of each canety. delivered in cars at the site of
shops at Rock Island Arsenal, all to be delivered
before May let. 1570.
ALSO. PCB. COPPER GUTTERS AND SPOUT'
About 1.370 lineal feet of Gutters made of
'beets. 4 fret wide.
About MO lineal feet of Valley Gutters, made
of sheets 9 feet 8 inches wide
About 920 lineal feet of Itidge Corer made of.
sheets A feet wide.
About 160 lineal feet Of sluihings fbr igabies
tirade of sheets 1 foot 8 Incises wide.
About 7A6 lineal feet of Dowutponts 4 inches
The copper to be of the best quality, No. 18
(or Sib - lbs. per square foot) mil to be made up
and placed in position In the mannerto be pre•
scribed by the Commanding Gfecer of Hock Is
land Arsenal. The work to commence within 10
days - aVer notification that the roof ts made
ready. r ronolotts wil
unitedde per lineal foot of
each variety. The buttes to furnish no
labor or material.
remits desirous to make proposals for these
InVerisle Inf ormatio n see all e aWints and 04t/111 all
necessary by epplying at this Arse
The llntted States reserves the Tight to reject
any or all bids. or parts of WO. not oeemed sat
isfactory, and to duplicate within one year any
contract, that may be made in conformity wan
A prOpostlS will be made In duplicate and in
detail addressed to the Commanding Odlcer ,
Inca Island Arsenal, and endorsed
"Proposals for furnishing tmiteODMANrials.l"
. J. R,
Lt. Colonel Ordnance, Bit. T Brig. Oen. U. S. A.,
Roes Island Arsenal, September 22, 1.1039.
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lartehttbutolpyr. 313Colltun from =Mr-
VELVETS, BRUSSELS, -
Tapestry Brussels, &c.,
Assortment ever offered in Pittsbnrgl;..
ALSO. A PINE STOCK. Or
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
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COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
a.mely City Flour )1111) 8100 ND IWO&
are now prepared to furnlsli good TOUGH:IO. -.
EllEilt NY LIIBLP, MIT COAL OBBLACI., at UM
lowest, morket price. • "
All orders let at their oflee or addressed to ;
them' through tha mall. wilf be attended to
QINGEBLY & CLIMES, Successon
Qto ono. Y. SCSOCHarant CO.,
The only Ste= Lithorranlde /Establishment
West of tte Mountains. ,aness -Cards, Letter
Reads. Bonds. Labele,,Clnte- ars, Show Verdi,
Diplomas. Portratte Views, Certificates of De.
mains Invitation owls, ft.. Nos. TS sad TR
Third street, Plttaburek. . .• . • .
cONTINITES TO - TREAT ALL
private , diseases, Syphiffe in all Its fbrms, all
u nary diseases an ame effects •of mercury are
cometely ersdicated; Opermacarebea or B, ff ,
nal W eakness and impotency, resulting frOM
self-abuse or other causes, and -which produces
acme of the following effects, as blctcnes; bodily
wea riless. ladigestion, consumption. aversion** ~
society. unioalliaess. dread of" future gyms%
loss or memory, indolence. nocturnal emission%
and dually so ptestratia the sexnal system as 10
render marriage ansatishiCtor7, and therefore
Imprudent, are perartuently cared: Persona a%
lined with these or ay other dedi catee, 'atrial&
or long standing constitetional complaint o'ool9
give the Doctor a trig; he never falls. •
e particuiar attention given to ail Female ectm.
plaints, Leucorrhea or Whites. Falling, lanais.
nation or _Dice/a 'll of the Womb, °Tunis,
prurltts, Amenorrhoea. Ilmorritagia, Drama•
norrhoes. and bterility or Barrancas, are tea%
ed with the greatest SUOMI& - .• , __,_.,
It Is self-evident that a pbyglela who con fines
himself exclusively to the study of a certain class
of diseases and treats thousands of cases every
mar must acquire greater skill in that aeciaiiiF
than one in general practice. • _
The Doctor publishes a medical pamp hlet of
Mr pages that gives it tell exposition of venereal
liala private diseases, that can be had
or by mail for two *tempi, In sealed velopm.
livery sentence contains instruction tO - the sr.
glicta, and enabling them to determine the pre.
else nature of their complaints.
The establishment, comprising ten Wale
rooms ? central . When it is not convenient to
visit e city, the Doctor's opinion can be oh.
table by giving a written statement of the ease,
and' medielnet can be forwarded by mail or es.
press. In sums .Instanees however, a personal
examination is absolutely necessary. while Le
others dallypersousi attention is refit fired, and
for the accommodation c f such patients these an
T r a n w e itVge n r a y ec rrig i 11 .l a t e ggrer -
Including medicated t v
tiths°.teAll, recovery ,
siptions are prepared !tithe
Doctor's own laboratOrY, under his personal su
pervision. Medical pamphlets at once free, or
by mall for two stamps. No matter who have
failed, read what be says. Hoot's 9 a.m. to 8 P,M.
BundlLys; 12 K. to SIP. M. Mice, No. 9 WY1.12.
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CHOICE PAT TEENS
THE FINEST LINE OF
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