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THE DAILY GAZETTE
Of Plttsbugh, Allegheny City and
GAZETTK Stilt:olsu ,
tete.. et Meth ' Armee •*4 14"6-14
MONDAir. JUNE 2 7 . 1870
(101.D,Nverd it New York on Saturday
TUE primary elecifun fora Republican
tienateriarcandidate fu the Erie-Cranford
dietrict will be held tit-day. The tiapir
ants are. Mr. Delantcter and Mr. George
Tot Pour exhibited very poor taste and
a lack of the true snirit of hospitality In
endeavoring to ridicule Gov. Cleary's
speed' at the Monongahela dome on Fri.
day'xiight, In response to a complimentary
serenade tendered hho lit our fellow chi.
zenwaHowever, the slurring of our con
temporary Will cu at:IN/ices the over.
not, insomuch as he was made to feel dur
• ing his visit here, that • he has the confi
dence and best wishes of the better portion
of our people who delighted to pay hint
honor as the chief Executive of the State
and as a eithen and soldier.
THE . opportune and dignifuti address of
the *Republic= Executive Committee
whip' no. Published on Saturday has had
ver gliod effect in strengthening wavering
members Ingle ranks in their fidelity to
the party and its time honored principles.
The call was well .worded and admirably
cosalvesb Abe Committee assumed no
unwarranted powers or prerogatives in
themselves, but dispasidonately laid the
situation before their fellow citi
zens and without words of threat, gratui
tous advice or cringing appeal threw the
responilbility of disaster, if disaster fol
inn• In the train of the third party move
incni, upon the people themselves. —The
document was timely and judicious and
all true Republicans whether united with
or' divorced from the regular organic.
tion shon)d Carefully consider the plain
truths put forivard in its unostentatious
TRE recent speech of our Representa
tiyo, then. SECILET, on the Commarcial
and Shipping interests of this country,
has attracted &nem' attention and elicit
.' high commendation. The following
from Prof. Marrow, of .the Naval Academe
trip, at Annapolis, will be accepted as sat
Amcktbous. June Ist, 1870.
HON. JAS. S. Natter, House of liepresext
tatives, Washington, D. C.
Sin : I thank you sincerely for the copy
of your speech on the "Commercial am'
Shipping Interests" of this great country.
Being as I atnalmost entirely ignorant on.
political questions, I fear I cannot appro.
elate as Fought the immense valnB of in
formation and arguments it contains. I
read it over twice carefully, and became
no less astonished than interested in the
vast amount of information it contains,
although I am not a politician. I hare
read most of the remarkable speeches
mado by thepromineut mon of the country
and am convinced that a more statesman
like production than your speech I never
road on this side of the. Atlantic. The
facts are convincing, the arguments
eentroiertable, and the conclusion natural.
The Geographical position of the coon•
try enables you to do without a large
standing army. ,
The internal resources, the character of
the people and the Immense extent of
sea coast should make this 'country the
roost commercial in the world.'
But as the commerce of iths country
should be protected by its navy, this
country should have a navy in proportion
to its commerce, and consequently' the
most powerful in the world.
To encourage and protect the shipping
Interests should be the allstbsorbingtde.
sire of every man in the country. The
above deductions I believe the . essence of
your speech, and if a man edn not become
convinced by it, it is simply because he
t it not,
There is one however who fully appre
ciates your distinguished talents as
-played.in your defence of the commercial
interests of your country and the approval
is in my humble opinion worth more than
that of any other man living, particularly
in matters pertaining to the many I al.
lode to Vice Admiral -Porter a man of
wonderful grtilip of mind—a Stirling and
untiring patriot. Ile has retell merited
and attained a high and distinguished po
sition which does no less credit to the
country than to himself. Still I feel he
is not fully appreciated. His practical
views of whatever he considers are really
astonishing. Perfect bit—at once seem
ingly without an effort:" History will yet
do him justice, may Heaven long spare
you and him and others like you Of there
are any,) to title' country not - as politic
-*kr but as- philosophers, men of sound
Mind whose teachings will enlighten and
bitter the world.
Pardon me if I have perhaps imperti
nently given an uncalled opinion of your
speech, but I have been so pleased with it
that I could not help referring to it.
With many .thanks for your courtesy
to me. I have the honor to remain, Your
obedient servant, JAM. Itlannotz,
A GOOD WORK
Ina recent review of the late address of
lifsh - op Kerfoot, the New York Slandord
said: , •
What ere need all over this country are
better organised efforts at -improving the
condition of the poor--a more earnest out
look lest mpital trample upon labor and
the degradation of the laboring man fol
low with a train of worse evils than we
have ever known. We. must make men
good by making them happy: we must
make them happy by giving them work
to do and teaching them bow to do it. In
this there Is a field for lay ministration un
thought of by the good Bishop whose
words suggested these things to no, but
quite as important in their way as the.lay
ministration he commands.
Now, while agreeing with the Standard
as to the necessities ohhe country, we must
:object to the assertion that in Poch work
- there is a geld for. lay ministration en.
thought of by the IliehoP, for, as is well
known In our own city, that good man is
at the bead of . an institution here which
comes about as near to 'ening the void as
any in the country. We refer to the
Pittsburgh Church Guild, which, with a
thorough and efficient organisation, has
many willing bands, which aro stretched
.out ih mercy to the poor and the needy;
the sick and the distressed, A comforts
ble building on Penn street contains •
diapentuuy on the grOund floor, a well
supplied reading room in the next !Rory,
and clam mom above that, and here the
sick receive advice, medicine and alien.
lion from moat of the leading physician.
of the city, without charge, here are kept
on file moat of the leading American and
Eitgliab periodical publications, ready to
be'react by all, without charge, and here
during the winter evenings knowledge is
imparted to those to whew it would other•
wise be denied, working girls aro taught
to sow, and working men are instructed
in the science . :of their labor, without
money and without price. . Nor, when the
MAIL knocks at this door in he met
Iwith a query as to hie religion, neither
must the girl be an Episcopalian before
she may be taught to sew, and the young
laborer a churchman before the elements
of Mechanics are explained to him: No;
the work is tarried on by a number of our
very best men and women, best la all
knees Of the word, whose aim seems -to
be not to forget to do good and to dlotrib•
.! ate blessings. That most of these good
• people are Episcopalians, and. that the
' ll z6
86111011 61 At their heal, down 110 t St•em t o
have an ill ..tti•ct upon the work, which in
don.. in a 1111 . 1561 M and lint in n clenoini
national spirit. Thin intititutiOn'as it now
ntands fill,. IN far tn it can in thin cit 4
the ileinntnis ninthe hp the Standard • and
till that it wants to increase its noble work'
owl to touitiplz the recipients of its tiles
sings Is more money and intro carnese
heartn and - willing hands, in short more
A famous man. John Leech, died of or
smn-grinding. Ills friends meted after
his death that the constant annoyance he
lexperienced front wandering Italian
Imusic turners, so effected his nervous sys
tem that he at length succumbed under
it, and England and the world lost a ge
ttial, gentle man who had given his fel
lbw beings , a vast amount of pleasure and
amusement. If we have any John Leech's
inyittpburgh they have not an yet made.
theslves known, but there are many
men whom our citizens could not afford
to spare r yet this deadly organ grinding
has increased irul multiplied untitecirce
an hour of the day or a street in the' cities
remains uninfested. Music may have
charms to soothe savage breasts, but when
it comes In the peripatetic style it does
not soothe 'brains; nor is "shoo!
fly!" exactly the melody that Orpheus
would have chosen with which to Induce
Pluto to give back Eurydice, unless in.' ,
deed by dint of constant dinnings he hop
cal to so thoroughly exasperate and on
nerve the gloomy deity that he would
sacrifice his duties and Eurz . 4ice if there
by he could obtain relief. Hind organists
maybe looked upon as the avengers of
Italy, wandering over the world of which
she once was queen and slowly torturing
the deiCendants of her ancient vassals be
muse they : have thrown off her yoke.
'Aland organs are the banes of many, oth
erwise, comparatively happy beings, and
bag-pipes and fiddles fiddled upside down
by uncleanfiddlers, and harPs out of tune
and picked upon by little grimy sons and
daughters of the Ctesars, are quite as bad,
end before the few thousands of these
terrible instruments, which range un
checked throughout the town, all the peo
ple must tremble: Can no relief be look:
ell for? Can no cure for 'this frightful
epidemic be found? Or must we look
upon it . as the French priest did upon
fires, as a visitation for our- sins against
which we have no right to defend our
Boston licenses her organ grindeis and
time obtains a revenue from Ler misery.
Other -towns have' tried to banish them.
but not with much success. It might be
possible to borrow the system adopted by
the City of Hamburg as a partial defence
against another and greater social evil,
and confine them to certain streets in the
town, from which they
,should not be per-L
-mitted to convey their instruments without
subjecting themselves to severe penalties.
There'mnst be some way to ameliorate if
not to destroy this pestilence, and it is to
he hoped it will erelong be found out and
used. It may seem unmerciful to wage
an exterminating war against, the grind
ers, because that, is their means of sub l i
sistence, but other and less obnoxious
means of subsistence—if they should be
deemed necessary—might be found, and
any way, vigor or even cruelty to the few
Is often mercy to the many.
Pt - r YOUO.46tS ix Hts PLAC. By Charles
Meade, author of "Hard Cash: "Fool Play."
etc. Polished by Mawr le - Brothers. New
York. For sale by E. Hiner. Pittsburgh.
Thia enterprising house in anticipa
tion of the public demand, has loaned this
popular novel in three • different styli;,
comprising an octave edition bound and
in paper covers, and also a duodecimo edi.
tion, the latter being worth ono dollar,
and.tbe former one dollar and twenty-five
yenta and fifty cents. The story is
wrought our with such power. that it lus
created quite a sensation among the read.
era of fiction. Mr. Reade always writes
well and vigorously, and this work presents
phases of-character, that no doubt will
attract the attention of the public. Har
per! have made arrangements through
Sheldon & Co., by which hey have the au
thor's early sheets. It illustrates some fee.
ture of society-that is becoming a disturb.
lag and serious matter, and needs check
ing. During its publication as a serial, it
had multitudes of admirers, and in its
present convenient form, its circulation
will be largely increased.
TIM CAGED Luxe. A :COCCI. Hy Charlotte M.
Youge, Author of the - " Heir of Red elyff.
etc. P 1,1611,601 by D. Appleton A Co., Neer
This author hag 'attained some celebri
ty in this . country, an well as at home, and
her works are widely read. The purity
of style which marks her writings, is a
eferanendable feature and one, too, that
popular writers sometimes lack. .This
story involves a period in the fourteenth
century, and presents Scotch English and
French points of history. Ainong the
central characters is Malcom, associated
with the fortunes of James the Scotch
King, whofell in love with Esclairmonde,
a foreign princess, whom lie met at the
Court of King Henry, finally after years
of a love dalliance, Esclairmonde devoted
herself to a charitable course of life,
while Malcom died on a pilgrimage to
the Holy Sepulchre. The story is full of
Incident and touching scenes.
THE EXTENT ♦ND EEFICACY Or 111 E ATONE.
merr. Br Howard Malcom. Flttb Edition.
Publfslid byJ• Ll:Llropincott. CO., Phila.
In these dayii when "liberal news" seem
to bo on the increase, this work is calm.
lated to present a brief epitome of the
grand characteristics of the Atonement
made by Christ; that will do much toward
establishing the wavering, and throwing
light upon the minds of seekers after
truth. Among evangelical writers on the
Atonement, different views are held, as to
Its extent and mode of attainment, ,but
this question is overshadowed by the great
fact itself—Christ died and made apple
and complete provision for the world. We
hope it will have a wide circulation.
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mums Forwood, M.D. Publisbed by J. D.
LlWlk?r Philadelphia. 241 1 7 by
J. lltw kk,, avenue, Pittsburgh.
COmparatively few pleasure • seekers
have visited this wonderful cave to wit
ness Its grandeur andsingular sights, but
we anticipate hat toorline will be more
frequent her ter. The readers of this
paper have recently been favoredwith an
account of a v'sit. by the members of the
Associated P s, during their late con
vection at Lou villa. This work will be
found exceetlin ly valuable and' interest
ing. It furni ea explanations of the
causes concerned In its formation, its at
mospheric conditions, its Chemistry,
Geology, Zoology, etc, with full scientific
dieting of the eyeless fishes. The work le
elegantly illustrated. We commend the
book to the'curions and the tourist.
Tow BM WS TEKTIMAJICIt ISoCISTT, •ND
On= TAMS. By T. s. Arthur, =Um of
Matta to a Bar Room. - Published
bi or tlt , o j. N i ttlonal T L em
, pur t rei .o rcletz, t fry .
L. Bead & Son s likl * Faurth stellue,
This is a tits story, and one calculated
to do much good It contains pictures of
the terrible effect of stmngdrink In thrill.
ing words. The character of Tom Blinn,
the saloon-keeper, may be duplicated all
over the land. The various characters are
portrayed in life-like binguage. Lovers
of a good story will enjoy Inerseding, and
be benetitted by its moral teachings:
IL:win:nom litnrriOx of Prri. rOWINIZLir Ix
Hu Msgr. Ay Charles fl 4a. . Publlsbed
by Fields. Osgood k Co..
This well•known Boston house have just
issued "Put Yourself in lihs 'Plus," uni
form with the Household Edition, so pop.
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE: . MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2.7,. 1-87 Q
ular with the public, of the great nose:]
let's works. Many think that Heade fully
equals! Dickens in some resreeti..• lie is
_certainly to powpiful writer, and of a dorms.
tic cast, and now that floe is dead, Heade
will likely loom up before the public, and
be more admired than eeei beftire.
Those who have the_ previoui—volutues of
the "Household Edition" will of course
want thin volume to compiete the list.
GI:01.1E SASTIVM WORKS. The Countess of
badolstadt. Selvel to Consuello. Trans
lated from the French by F. Robinson..
' Jealousy; or Leverlno. Tra.nala ted from
French by Oliver S. Leland. Published the
T. It Peterson & Eleuthera, - Philadelphia.
For sale by John W. PlttmA, Pittsburgh.
In noticing "Consnello," we announced
that these publishers tvere issuing a new
edition of George Sand's 1101,1 lie These
volumes are second and thin of the se
rim Of the merits of this suthor'a writ ,
.Inge, the public has decided long ago, and if
anything, time has improved tile impres
sions, in the fact that different are
now issuing her works. Both these worke
ars regarded as among her bent creations
and reused quite a sensation at the time
they first appeared.
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ed by the National Temperance Society
Neer York, J. N. Stearns, agent. For sal,
by J. 1.. Head et Son. Fourth avenue. Pitts
This is n collection of short, pith
temperance stories, that young peopl
will enjoy. The varied chdracter of tl
contents, of stories; intersperserl wit
poetic selections and•lllwitmtionn, add
D. An'Lem: k C 0,.. of Now York, have
just issued "Venetia," and "Contirini
Fleming," by Right Hon. Benjamin Die.
raeli, author of " Lothair," " Vivian
Gray," etc., in paper covers, and printed
in elegant style. • The great fame of Dis
raeli, as an author, is a sufficient recent
imendation of the merits of these works.
"Breezie Langton."—a story of Fifty-two
to Fifty.fiveby Hawley Smart, author of
"A Race for a Wife," has just been re.
mired. The favorable reeeptilin of the
latter work will do much towards intro
ducing Beeezie Langton. .The'paper and
mechanical execution are very fine, and
only seventy-five cents.
The same publishers have sent .00
Monthly. Tart No. 15, of -Appleton 's
Journal. - We hive over and over again
commended this excellent weekly, and
think it worthy of all the good words that
have been said in its favOr. Besides the
mipital articles, which grace each num
her, they contain either a supplement,
cartOon or picture, which adds much to
its interest and attraction.
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pincel the farmer. horticulturalist en.
householder under great obligations enc•
month,by - issuing that sterling magazin
the Arlen . ..an Agriculturalist. We knot
of no work, which, within the same con
pass nod for the same price, gives such at
Antolini of varied and usefnl information
on everything pertaining to the farm
garden and household. In it the usdu
and the beautiful are admirably combined
The cover frontispiece of - each numbs
now gives beautiful and attractive origins
sketches, whilst the ample pages of the
journal are Sited monthly with well writ- 1
ten articles in every 'department of hus
bandt , and, in addition to instruction.
afford much amusement both to the young
and the old. Back bond volumes can be
supplied to those who desire to mark the
of American Agriciature, at the
low price of V.lit) per volume, induct.
ing postage. The subscription price of
the A 7riculturalist; which is published
both inEnglish and German, is only $1.50
a yeari, which Is decidedly cheap for a
work containing so many cuts, and of such
magnitude and excellence.
THE "SEW EOVEMENT."
Ptrrsurtion, June 24th, ISIS.
Ilfgoote .131'rotts: What doe. the co.
called Reform party propose to . ..,1311105.i,
by the movement In taking the whole
sobjerl rerr•riu ln consideration ole•
cannot help but conclude that reformation
will have to begin in the party and nut
outride of It. It would be worse than idle
and aboard to say the proposed new party
was the Republican party of Alleghroy
county; and it seems to ne that nil it could
or would aotomplish would be to elect a
.sorehead" a i r two to office and then go
the "way of all the earth." '
The main objection to the existing or
ganization seems to be that it hold. its
Conventions In August and le therefore
corrupt. The new organization propose.
to hold its convention in July and is there
fore like (*camels wife, "above suspicion."
This seems to be the argument of the
"Call," and it in certainly conclusive. But
seriously, 1 1 14 e repeat, what can the new
party accomplish, admitting it, for
sake of thel argument, to be an pure
as the driven snow, that the Republican
party cannot accomplish?
It imposes to hold Re primary meet
ings and conduct them precisely as the.
Republican party does; to (told its Colleen.
tion and conduct it precisely n the Repub
lican party does, and then to elect It. nom.
inees precisely as the Republican party.
does But we\ apprehend that this last
proposition will be the most dillcult to
carry out. •
11e cannot help, in looking at the move.
meat to all its bearings, but conclude that
it will work no reform; that it will litmus
tenncy to disrupt and disorganize the
Republican party of Allegheny county
and of the State; that those who gave thk
party birth are no better in any -respet
than those who adhere to the out party,
and that the whole project will dintdlve
into "thin air," and we prophesy that the
bolters, before a year rolls around, will' be
knocking penitently at the door of the
Republican party for admission.
AFTER twenty years of uninterrupted
prosperity, Messrs. S. & 11. W. Smith
have at last found that even their large
Manufactory, q with: all its labor-saving
machinery. in}wholly inadequate to fur
mob inetrumegte enough to supply the
demand. The.* hive been compelled to
add a siXth story to their building . , in or
der to have the requisite work room.
When this improvement in completed,
they hope to be able to satisfy their
agents and patrons,—for a time at leant.
Apart from this gratifying pecuniary
succees, they take special pride in think.
log that their efforts-to make the Amer-.
can Organ the very best reed instrument,
are so'. generally appreciated. They will
continue to use all available ingenuity
and skill, to add new facilities for com
bination and expression, and, while .they
never rashly claim to have reached per.
fection, they will constantly strive for it.
Tun `following letter appears in the
Richmond journals: ...Muse of Delivales,
Richmond, June 10.—lion. Hamilton Fish :
To the Instructions by the authority •of
the United State. to the marshals al Vb.:
girds, or censors, We take the liberty to
take exceptions. English, se well as
American jurisprudence, not to Invoke
the aid of, the Constitution of our fathers.
holds all, men to 'be innocent until proved
guilty; and while mourning the loss of
our liberty, as well as. the loss of our
braves who died In defer:lse of it, we re:
jrct as inapplicable to any ono among an
of the vrolrd 'rebel,' and we therefore ro
spectfull ask that it be • stricken from
the lust cticms, until some one or more
shall bar , ibeen duly convicted of the high
crime charged. Respectfully',
"W. McLecamo, and others.
.Conservative-hfembers of the House of
AsorrtbOoK on Friday night, in Brook
lyn, a min entered the jewelry store of
George Falk, No.:lles Atinulic street, and
asked to be shown a gold watch exhibited
In - the window. The wish was complied
with, but to the astonishment of the Jew
iner, the :moment the Inquirer got th e
time piece In his hand he rushed to the
door, jumped into a wagon, that was ',kit
ing to receive him, and rode off. Pursuit.
was at - once given, but in vain. Tim
watch was valued at '$100: •
American Egypt ian
From an article . upon the threatening
war bet Turkey and Egypt in the
N. V. Sun we quote rho following:
Bit Biglinerecißott Bey it the Director
fieneral of the AnnY. Ife it an American
officer who served with great gallantry
under Atalul Medjid, the late Sultan of
Turkey, during the Crimean war, Ile
married a Turkish lady of high rank and
beauty, and has been for sometime in the
service of Egypt. Ile is on the . Viceroy's
personal staff, and is,-high in' favor at
court. Both Europeans rind Amerie -
speak of him in the moat laudatory
nor The Amerimn officers espeely
indebted to him for many
, courtesies. The command in-chief of
rmy in the field whiel? w ofreieik
Gen. G. T. Beautegard, hut declined on
account of 111 health, has been given to
Gen. Charles P. Stone, who went- out to
Egypt with a large party of Americans
n the City of - Washington on the 8d of
April last. General Loring is a General
of Division and Inver. or General of the.
Army. Gen. Reynolds of the late Con
federate army. has c tate of the sett
mast defenses. Gen. Iteverley. Kennon - ,
formerly in the Confederate navy, is on
the same service. Gen \Minter, who is in
the Khedive's army, maks no Major Gen.
end. Cols. Chalmers. Paine, Robinson,
Curtis and Major Wright have been se
cured with the rank lof Colonel. The
last - minted is to take charge of the
Quartermaster's Department. Captains
Whittaker and Pa Inter have the rank of
Several officers of the United States ar
my have recently resigned for the purpor
of accepting positions under the Khedive.
Among these are Lieutenant Vanderbilt.
Allen, formerly rnited.States- Engineers:
Capt. Fergus, formerly United States In
fantry, and First Lieut. lioffier Morgan ;
formerly Fourth United St re, fufautry,
all of whom•havetho rank of Colonels of
Cavalry. Lieut. B.' F. Myer, dismissed
from the First Regular Artillery, hes also
entered the Khedive's army.
Among the Confederate officers are
(Jens. Jenifer, Sibley, Rhett, of. South
Ctirolina: Cola. Caul - Isbell, Thorne. Rngens:
and Majors White. Brandine. , and Phelps
who have lately arrived in Cairo. Brig.
Gen. Alexander, the once popular Chief of
Artillery of Stone Wall Jackson's corps,
goes out to take charge of a similar branch
In the Egyptian army, with the rank of
General of Division. Cal. Frank Reynolds,
who eTlisited the admiration of his old
commandei. lien. Joseph E. Johnston, for
his daring. is said to In' in command of a
crack regiment of Arab cavalry. Owing
. to the vigilance of the Turk bill Minister,
the movements of the Egyptian agency
are necessarily very circumspect. By the
hit of (le pal though. it is said both the
agent accredited Mire and the board of ex
liming of f icers will he in the city; ready to .
receive applications. for officers to his
High nesx's army. •
The Di,eoveries of Tin Ore in Cnii.
',From the San Fruneinco Jutelo.l
If the San lingo gold excitement= had
pwaluo.d no other practical
,good, its or.
currence might j ustly be termed lot-to
nal,. 44'11111;.0 it has led ton great deal of
active prospecting for other minerals,
and to the. discovery of more extensive
deposits of tin ore than were supLosed to
exist in this State. Ay long ago 'fig 1554
tin ore into found in the 'rentestal Mot,'
.twins, Sontliweeitvrn extremity of San Iter.
•nartlio counts-, and latterly the Work of
developing the deposit. thought to be the
only body of the metal in California, has
been so far prosecuted by a San Francisco
company that small lots of ware and bars
have been made and offered in thin mar
ket. . A very rine exhibit of these mane.
factures woo made at the last Mechanics'
Institute Fair, and Mimcted much alien.
lion, tiring the first exhibit of
. native tin . bars and wareaever
made in the United States. It
transpires now that there are other depo,
sits of till in the Temestal mountains, and
iquantities of the new found ores are op
' the way to San Francisco. The metal of
curs in the form of no oxide, combined
with 11100' or less earthy and mineral nint
ter. The depostra crop out, and ore said
to be easily accessible. 'rhe hills in a-Licit
t is found lie smith of the point where
the Coast liange and t • Sierra Nevada,
omt tame geographical. union. Their
4eolo g ical formation shows great disturb.
ante. Immense masses of tertiary Sand
stone occur. topper, gold and silver are
found, snmetintes in working qwwwities.
The tin dietrict, in - -abort. has, the mime
general characteristics an the other for
lions of the lower cootst range which a,
the aortae of tlo. ersealled San Diego din.
noyerien, and whiekr were the steer of the
tire, gold dossiveries 131 t'aitfortoa. near!,
thirty 1 ears ago.
These tliaroverica of tin must be rel.
gavial so of much importance, • not only
to California but - to the United Staten.
The deposit/1 ought Md. caret idle invest i•
gated and described. and if koala as Yalu.
able no repurhsi. should invite the mac.
tint attention of capital and skill. Tin
is the scarcest of the useful metals. The
welters of supply are few and
Spain and England haVe been, the pried
pal ones at different periods. In modern
times it has been brought from India.
South Awed en anti Mexico: but the chief
writyce_Of aupply has been front the Corn
wall mines, which hail. been worked
from great antiquity. There the ore is
found in small veins and in lone grains
and nodules in alluvial soil, and the chan
nel. of ravines and small streams. The
veins found in California ani said to af
ford larger hulks of the err than are
usual in the Old World mines; the per
restage is pretty - high, and reduction
noVa difficult or very costly process. As
the demand for the metal is large and
increasing. there would seem to Is: here
a good opportunity for intelligent Invest.
4 A Wonderful Store.
The York Rf pubriran says! A story is
currently reported and really bedived by
the superstitious portion of this common!.
ty, which causes us to forget that we are
living in the nineteenth eentury. It runs
in this style: The seventh son of a fam•
icy living in York who was apprenticed to
a.carpenter near Logansville in this coun•
ty, wee suddenly startled—if wetnay
Inv" his story—by the . appearance - of a
supernatural being in the privacy of his
bed room, who represented that he had
watched over him from his infancy and
that now the time had toter to make an
extraordinary revelation. A work was
appointed for him to accomplish. At a
certain place he was to dig when be
should had that which was intended for
him. • Ile was Also fully assured that FM
harm should come to him if he would led
An indescribable terror seized hold of
the astonished youth and he refused to
accompany the supernatural visitant. A
few days having elapsed, during which
lime he experienced the meet intense anx
iety, he started for home to ask advice of
Ids parents. After having listened to his
story.sud seeing the depressed state of
hi. mind, they advised him to follow the
directions of his mysterious adviser, her
ping thus to have his mind relieved.
Ile then went to - the place previously
described to him. On the read he - met
two men with whom. he was acquainted
and to these he made known the object of
his journey: They Immediately proposed
to accompany him when he warned • them
that such a course would be at the peril
of their lives. Their curiosity having
been stronger than their fears, they mid
they would run the risk of all danger;
but soon - after they were prostrated to the
ground by an Invisible power and receiv
ed such It steak that they remained Inner,
slide for some time afterwards and readily
relinquished their intention of accompa.
The young man then proceeded on Ids
- journey and soon arrived at his destina
tion where he commenced operations.
• After he had dug three feet below the
surface of the earth lie found a golden
key, and three feet deeper a box which
the golden key alone would open. • He was
told that the box is to be placed in a
church andit the end of seven years it is to
be opened bklore the assembled congrega
tion, when all would be found written upon
the papers inside and the whole of the
mystery will be solved. Whatever he
saw or'heard besides These things he is
not permitted to telL
TUE Chicago Tribune contains a sense •
trona], half coluinn description of a tent.
ble accident at the Opera Rouse, telling
haw two girl acrobats misseci their hold
and fell through the air to the stage, "a
horror of chattered limbs and blood." .The
horror, the hysterics, the confusion and
the excitement of the audience are all de
tailed, and the • accomplished reporter.
states, In a note, that the ratutrophe de.
scribed did not take" place at the Opera
House last evening, but as it will in all
probability occur before the close of Zoo
and Lila- DeLave's engagement, our re
porter has taken the trouble to describe
the scene just as it will occur. It may
serve to convey a delicious foretaste of
the anticipated horror and save labor
A Novel Marriage Ceremony
The Ravenna Democrat says the follow
ing novel marriage ceremony took place
before His Honor, Mayor Meharg, at his
office on Tuenday last :
"Before SO4I, as witnesses, I agree to
take Catharine Stooell, who I hold by the
right hand:and who I intelligently, refl.
giously and 'spiritually- love, to be my
companion through life, and to her I ac
cord equal rights socially, religiously and
politically with myself. W. PIERCE."
- Before you, as witnesses, I: agree to
tike - Willter Pierce, who I now hold by
,the hand, and who 1 intelligently, reh.
! iously and spiritually love, to be thy
. 7.. mFlion through life, and I agree tort
orp over or transcend hint in any
" CATI4I.:ItINE STWEL,"
voluntary and premeditated
-aence, we declare ousel co
;Phi Ily and scion ill
'LT R PIERCE
'%. LINE PIERCE.'
been duly ti ed,
contract t ns
These i. 4
husband and WW.
TIIE LARGEET HTOC, ..,i, ~. , • • , wr
vARIETY IN Th.'' ~,": : ..
Consistbig In pert of limuitsJ
Chemicals, Patent Medicines.
Perfumery and Toilet Soma; • , •
Inandless variety. A lame.
stock of fine Liquors, lure.? TIIE Lei. I ,
the celebrated Bell'
Whisky. semen years Old,Pere,B TOGA. , T.i: ,
and Bleekberry Wine.. All the; a REATEST VA
different brands of genuine: ' •
Porte and English lone for
r. Prepavallons he ,
Hair. Teeth and Complerton.:CHEAPlßT
Housekeepers will end th:
best quality of Baking Soda. , (lOODS
Cream Tartar IVastOng Fiedi.!
Aida Ash. Indigo, Potash. LN TUB a Y. tali
A.. ae. Paintere will nod a,
good assortment -of esqry-. AT JA E.
thing necessary to the trade—i
White Lead tfrestil. Lim. ed BURNS A COM
WlL%•:,`lPL c d'Etl.,l;l t it ' DRIICI STOR eor
nlsh. Paint BOadies. Wo lei
Yosswetfully tart. all whom ner Penn an Oth,
it may oatmeal to mil and az,
amine quality of gmels and told St. Clair) Sts•
learn prices. Wears sallededi
they will not go away Meant.: , •
Wiled. 1 .
Injure the male spring of a watch and every por
lon of the works become disordered. The hum=
Wrench is to the human entens what that elastic
dery of metal Is to the chrionometer. .It toduenees
he action of the other organs. and controls to e
stain extent. the whole tiring raachlne.! The
reparlavo may be earned' farther. for as the
ealtnese or other imperfnetlone of the mein
priest Is Ind Jested on the finn. of the time-piece.
girt, Is the weekneer or other disorder of the
mach betrayed be the face of. the Invalid. the
monnlexion Is sallow or faded. The eyes are defi
cient In lustre end intelligence. and there Is a woin.
tn shots expremolto In the whole countenance which
ell as plainly as written wnirds could do, that tbe
yrnd n•ntrtalttiornr,lo. whose °Mee It Is to minister
to the wants ,f the hod). and to ...la , e and renew
all it! parts. Is not performing. Its duty. ttrequtre.
renovating and regulating, and to accomplish this
end Ilontetter's Stomach Bitten may be (mile said
ti he the an. rho, turd.ttil. The broken mall.
spring of watch may be replaced by new one.
but the stomach an only he nsrealred and atrenath
rued. and this Is one of the objects of the famous
inrestorative which for eighteen years nag
been waging a succeultal contest with dyspepsia
in all climates. As a specific fee indigestion it
stands alone. When tile re...mecum of the phaeton
coplea have been exhausted. without. at best,
doing more than mitigating the complain, ttennnw
of this wholesome and palatable. yet powerful,
stomachic effects a perfect and permanent.
In all cases of dyspepsia. the liver is more or les.
disordered. and upon this Important gland.. well
wpon th e stomach and bowels. the }MUM act
ith sing - Islet diatinctness. regnlating and relnvig-
367 Liberty Street,
4 IRON AND WOOD WORKINUP
Engitifer.s' and Machinists' Toots,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
• 131.4.1 4c-; ,
Woolen sTaaillicl3 . , Machin Cards.
tir-llanufacturene and Mill Sup
plies. A constant supply on band and
furnished an short notice.
k , omaczT£D
LETTER SUE rn.r.mes.
CAP SIZE PRESSES.
CARMINE AND GILT PRESSILS.
WALNUT PRESS STAND.
MANN'S COPYING BOOKS.
rut-Neu COPYLNG BOOKS.
NOTE SIZE COPYLNU BOOKS,
LETTER Salt COPYING BOOKS.
CM' SIZE COP_YING BOOKS.
SMITH'S COPYING FLUID.
'PRENCII COPYING 'Luau. •
VIOLET COPYING num.
RUBBER COPYING SHEETS.
CAMEL'S HAIR (Nary's° BRUSLIZEI
WATER BOWLS. VIILNA ANT/ IRON.
J. L. READ & SON,
No. tO2 Fourth Avenue.
It ha. been In ace for the Ma years. and never
In an single Instance to glee entire &Wotan.
tlon 10 the purchaser.
. - When ran to ita toll capacity. It will reed a baahal
at l'hartte• In V.EI minutes.
The Machine 1. (heap. Pimple. Durable and
The Hopper It adJustehle. thereby adapting it to
It le the beet cherry Sevier In the ltertet. Na
All olden ontereeml to
Will be Filled at
Cream Candies and T: es,
Arid Rader In Yoralan and Ihnontla Fruits,
Pickles, Miles, Sauces, Catsup., Nuts. Aa
NO. 112 FEDERAL STItEET,
JeRITIR MAXIMUM, PA,
WINE OF LIFE.--The great Blood
Ponder and Delinen. Drink, W f rees
Y Int VIT.Ig. WD/PI OF Lige:. In free from
rAri .grx.r.trAr.a4r•irreap rlentllo
Impede, and tonle. and the dent thlng P ln the
world r g the blood. It lathe tret bleu.
hr rtf rt r tt ld i n trr, 4 w11 . 1r, ertterUggi
Rothr P LITele. It n la 7 roore h l nlthy end eneePle•
ins/e end fenualw young nr owl, can take the
Wine of Ides. It Is In foot. a
Those who wish to enloy good health and a free
lively spirits, will do well lw take the Whop
of Life, It le different from .ytblng ever before
to we. It la sold by iiropet.ta; KIP M. all ntspect.
lOW saloon t Price 61.00. In quart bottle!.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. TO
that the election of Comalealonets for Pane are.
not Improvement take place_WEßNEE
hoer" of 9 and 7 o'clock
IL SCHMIDT, The Committee
TO. EDWARD. of
IretonJOE. VOGEL. Election.
. NDIA RUBBER
DEDTLNO, HOEK AND STEAM PACKING
Of the Doebai Belting Company's make. A fen
...Nay of all slue. Tbe Gags supplied at manlier,
J. &11. PHILLIPS,
• r li_ • • Airents for thls city.
4..ftetre,f Of fillickensles celebrate-0 Al.
ten ton iiine k .ati ' llodrralTrfwlietr s illo 2 TaT
boxes: Eugenia, Pearl, Nie Ned. 1111111i2nt
A It C Crackers for sale by the pound or can at lee
Fatally Grocery gtore
JOIIN A. RENIHAW.
leZ Corner Liberty Cod Ninth streets.
... „;mac ...s;.c ~^"-~^'^^
Monday , ~ June 9 7
ISO and 182 Federal Street,
MANY GOOD BARGAINS,-
At 75 Cents,
Full Size Lama Shawls,
I.(ILORED SILK PARASOLS,
, • Widtb Cittene Nunstr.. a Aeei:
At 11. . '...:.1 Durk lArrue.
At Itahc..; A ,•• ' 'lt , • greet b•rgitn
I At Sxe.. Light • • . Intr. K o od
At loc.. At/ the Rest zra.r...; ~ •
.8100 fur 9 yarde Mn •,..,•
Carrtmere..Cottoautdes . .
PERCALES AND Cii:
linss Gnarl Black Bilk..
Blain and Plaid Japanese Silks.
Bane end Plaid Japanese Poplin.,
Lawns, Greendlnes end Homan lel.
At. Vo•S' I 4 ow Prices
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny.
MACRUM. GLYDE & CO
.P./11?3. SOL S
'Regiirdless of Cost!
Pongee and Silk Parasols for $l.
She(hind Shawl, for o'f . , A
Po pII nt Skim for
British Troa.Yrama lime
Lace Hand kereblef a. at '''''''''
Heamtltched Handkerchief.. at ..7:
Linen Towels. al
Cher t Jeanl (Ilren at
' . - 1.
P. K. fm. 2 4 ulta. at
11 , a , P Skirts. at 0
Call end oonvlnem rourself that ao other boo.
tootli km as W. dn.
N i es. 78 and 80 Market Streel.
HORNE & CO'S.
H A Tsl Low - 7E
Mi 11 ipery Goods,
PAIi Mgt SUN SHADES
Large Additions to Stock in
LACES AND LACK GOODS.
GENTS' PUILNISHING GOODS,
SASH AND DOW RIBBONS
SILK AND LINEN FANS.
At Low. Prices..
711111 7 AND 79 MARKET STREET
JOUR Q. WORKMAN 11. WILLA° DAVIn
WORKMAN & DAVIS,
Snowman to WORKMAN. MOORE It re.. MUM
[sm.., and Donlon In
SPRING & BUCK WAGONS.
41, 0, It and 48 Beaver St., Allegheny.
ann t atolnnUT Silinntnn. or
gan I w RO n in eon girl. and
fartlonfost •of frat oonatantly on Men.
MLR AO for lb* Now Maven WI,. el ILA.-
f • P r: 7 a l4,o lL ß t A g n arc i kBtlgrin N JA Wight
k A. RICHARD DAVIS h.ving euren.we Le. In
teract of Alon. and Wm. D. Moon, In Um Into Ann
WORKMAN. /Mall t h ( i O ni ..lbo bustno d ao r fal
nn,nn nun IS to WOHICIAAN DAVi atapd rlf ;Mon
.10110 Q. WORKMAN.
fate Witt IL RICHARD DA Vl4
"HILL & AD khi'S
SEWER, PIPE CO,
65 65 and 67 Sandusky St, Allegheny.
Manufaetnrs VOW VITRIFIED WATER AND
amyl% PINK Dea/en In CHIMNEY TOPS,
FLUES anal HYDRAULIC CRIIRXT.
MoVI:ll7.Jhg, Aieut. •
S. - MORROW,
I tale of Illtulmmoo.• a Morro w,)
(SUCCESSOR - T0 TEAR -k LELLEIR,)
Shuantactom of TIIf,DPPRII Ana SHEET IRON
WARA COOK Spv,its I t r i;tltoatoboots =el Ito.
MIN S ' T R IPAV . PIP , .•• ' i ' M . COPP/ 31 •lld
lObblog Attended on,opti, ,
No. 112 irst Avenue,
(Near Market oAroo •
tor/S.Tt PITTS/WEII. PA.
S 0 - N "
HOT Alit, & CHIMNEY FLUES, &c.
A I.T. mid CO moorlatosil oolutaatly on hasta.
HENRY U. mums,
Tb• enderalanell •
tnael Um Park. lawn.
„ 0 r1 att,Z,..1 .41 bta
olden In nu WS nen eali all
up for Lbe eonsamere or lee cream. po w d
leP•tr.l.ae la anbeliaa awnda .
. 44 P n ftll• Th. pub:
Wit. A. ICHODEL
351 River Ave., Allegheny
ISO and 182 Federal Street,
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT !ROM IN
it Priparts Low [Wan he Found AnyWher
LADIES" AND MISSES' BATS,
Ribbons and FlOwen:
Lace Cape and Shetland Sha*
Parasols and Sun- Umbrellas
LADIES' AND CDILDRENS'
WHITE AND BROWN SUIT
Ladles' Willie Tucked !Mime.
I... Collars end Tiondkereblele.
loop and Embroidered Edging,
HoelerE, Glove. land Underwear.
At Attractive Prices
ISO and I Sit Federal Street, A Ilegiteny
On a Par with Gold
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO
No. 115 Wood Street
PLANING MILL MEN
• TAKE NOTICE!
The undersl.rned has lettele patent of L o on ted States for the
weather-boarding. iniide lining and of wainsoOling
for honares. The weather-boarding. by thts patent
improvement. being more Pertidninr!! tliiwn.ell for
venial Pc end combines grunt ursetitty arid
halm!, abilmmunesc end it is so constrneted
to enures) avoid the use of joint strips. and tO
preeent water from entering the Saint of the pc-,
ing or the ehosnaid of•the t et.
the weather on Use Umber.
Instr. twine and wainscotted by Ints new methna
di so constructed as to form perfect panels
enPl7 Of the ordinary flooring hoards a 1...,
is commonly corn a. the .. hiould Weather-
ale hat dtspoted of the following terrlimial and.
they right.; to Allegheny county. fig both patent..
To O. A. lltindorff. the tight of the terrltory
oth of the river la hand 000nty.
lleQuenroe .11 Doogiaea the right for the First
To Hill, Pattern. k Co, eh. list. for their
• 111. Binh word. Pittebnoth.
To Ales Yee.. for the borough of McKee..
To Parker A P.ol, for First. Setiond. Third and
Fourth wards. eity of Allethteir.
To Reed Brothers, whew right at their mill Lo See,.
with ward. city of /Weigher:tr.
To Dunham. Stint di Co., for the borough. of
=ors end Stan: also the townships of Studer
All persooa are teamed awainst kart:wing open
either of said pstents, and those istshing to pur
chase will plea. call, or address me. at No. TS
doiltbfield street, Plitaborah, Pa.
to • I. C. ANDERSON.
BUY THE GENUINE.
"0. N. T."
GEO. A. CLARK
M A 1 Z [ MI
Sold. Ever' where.
JOIIN STEVENSON'S SONS
& C 0.,.
93 Market street, Pittsburgh
(THIRD DOOR THOR TIFTtLI
Ifare n hand all the latest novelties Pine Jo n .
elry; o Silver Pieces and Enver Plated Ware of
' Va d tgrA * aree l lfigrTci d n d inWe i r i s% co Id and
mllyer Itasca. Both Key and Pendant Witmer" coo.
stantly on hand,. Boma full "variety of the
liner cadet of the Watch, locludlon Jur.
semen. Smoot, Perregaux.and others.
branchWe ail SaHlltiN for
IV ' r; atl get o tot
of our bonne. we ghee sandal cam.
Orders by mall pnunptly Designs of any
goods tent In drawings by mail at rennet..
C. D. ARNSTHA L. L. G. ARNSTIIAL.
ARNSTIIAL & SON,
Virginia and Louisville
Fine Cot Chewing and kaoking Macros,
PINE AND OAK.
A first-dams lot, thoroughly seasoned the
rough, or Dreg. of thu Tard.
JAMES FBEIER I
191 Sandusky Street, Allegheny City.
WITHIEL . FR'S
Patent Stamp Canceler&
No. 41 S., Third Street.
General Agent far State of tenntylvalia.
B ATI Mhos mall be nod thrtosif this ofilatrais
rULTOIVS DINING, BOOMS,- , •
FOR LADIES AND GILVTLRIEWN.
No. 17 rouant AVENUE, sow Wood Moot
OPEN ON TRURSDAT.Jum SR.
_en.,~+rtt.➢r""' """`—w.~-.~n,.;,.a.,ii'_.g,':~ I~G'U
" s aPede and Ohio Railroad Ca
The Ohesailake and Ohio
le completed and ninon. I rom RICHMOND. TA..
to the celebrated WHITE SELIMIER SPRINOO.
In Wrist Virginia. 211 miles. It Is Wens rawly
extended to the Ohio river. /00 tulles further
nutting In ell 427 miles.
In Its proginue Weetward.lt penetraten and ' opens
up to nnutetlhe WONI/EFtlllL COAL DEPOSITS
OF ,THE KANAWIIA REGION IN WEST VIR.
GINIA. And thus brings the superiorutd abundant
Coale of thnt section Into commtncetlol3 wifh the
IRON ORES OF VIRGINIA AND 01110. and the
WESTERN. SOUTH WESTERN AND EASTERN
When completed It will connect the SUPERIOR
HARBOR FACILITHEL Or TILE CILESAPEAKE
BA "with fffilable anilgettloctonihe Oldonres.thd
thee with the ENTIRE SYSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND WATER TRAAPORTATION OF THE
GREAT WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
It will make a SHORT. EAST. CHEAP and FAL
VORA HIE ROUTE from the WM to the SEA',
nd will rommeed a LARGE SHARE OF TILE
ENORIIOUS FREIGHTS ethicists tensuporlattento .
It Ell thee become amour tbe most IMPORTA.NT
AND PROFITABLE EAST AND WEST TRUNK
LINES OF RAILROAD, an the euuntry. and cam
'mold a trade of trernenee value.
The completed Portion of the Road Is doing a
PROFITABLE ARD INCItEASLYO BUSINESS,
and Is 1 ullientul ' ln valve to the whole amount of
mortgage upon the entire Line-415.000.-
The loan of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Company. beluga FIRST IIIORTUAGE UPON THE
ENTIRE LINE. PROPERTY AND Mitt PMENTS.
WORTII WHEN COMPLETED AT LEAST 1130.-
000.000. t. tnereore one of Rieman substantial.
ecomerratlve and reliable Railroad Loam eaer of
fered in the market. and to Yeettliarly adapterYto
the mints of
Investors and Capitalists.
dceirm u , mutt° their Investments with Lb
The Bonde are In dennannations of
-. $1 1 000; $5OO and $lOO,
Interest Six per Cent. per annum. plifnble MAT
IM. and NOVEMBER 14
PRLNCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE I
GOLD IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Pet. 90 AND ACCRUED INTEREST to Cor
retie], 6t. Which price they PLY F. 1.1117 SEVEN PER
CENT. IN GOLD on their sort
All Government Bond. and other Securities dealt
n at the Stock Kettimme received In exchange. at
shelr full market value. and Bonds mit to all parts
of the country. free of Igniteu changes.
niey can be obtained by ordering direct from mg
or through any renginstble Bank or Hanker to any
part of the eimett7.
Fisk & Hatch,
No. 5 Nassau Street, New Yor
e, Pamphlets and fun
information furnished noon
application in person or by
S. M'CLEAN & CO.,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
Agento fin the sale or
12Th CHESTNUT ST,
P HILADELPHI A-
The reputation and experi
ence of 40 years, warrant US in
saying that our stock of Fine
Timekeepers of the best Euro
pean and American Makers is
now the largest in the cowl
.; and we guarantee that each
Watch we sell, is finished with
great mechanical precision, has
all the late improvements, and
will run regularly, well, and
Impart's promptly repliid to
Waltz Inured by Enron for approval.
000 Dbl. Eastern White Llme.
100 Ude Cleve/end Liam •„ 4 ^
• 100 ODD Fremont dm;
100 lON Toledo dm;
For sale by •
ZOT2I 4. B. CANFIELD.
141 First avenue.
COAL AND COKE
ORGAN & CO.
C 0 N NELL SVILLE
At their Nines. Broad Ford, &C.R. It
Office, 142 WATER STREET,
~ A si O . Deliver in the City.
Youghiogheny and Anthracite Coa
OFFICE : ROOM No. 5, Casette Building.
eir Onion ImpeCtlnny solicited. API•LI
YOUGHIOGHENY GAS COAL CO
This COMP= are now prepared to terrible the
beet Coal of any else or quantity . . AT VAIN ItXTES.
Odloe and Yard selloinintr tee Connellsrille Rail
road Depot. fore of Try Street, Pittsbarati.
Orders addramed to either elinea. West Newton,
Pe., or to Tue. will he promptly attended to. . '
•• M. P. O'HERN, Secretary.
Charles H. Armstrong,
Youghiogheny and ConnellsLWe Coal
And Ranulacturer of
COAL, BLACK AND DEBULPIIURIZED CORE
°YMCA AND YARD, corner Boller and Morton
street,. Liberty end Clymer street., Ninth ward;
oleo. SOMA weet, Nigh th ward. and at foot of
Roes street, P. & C. R. R. Depot. Second want.
Ottani left at either of the above
droned to me through Illtaburth O..wilreoelve
Refer to whom I am PO spirt.: Welhi
Co, Wm. Smlth. Donna Iron Mlle, N. S. Yowl.. lt
tlte i leg d ter . n Bgtoll ( P lay
Methrdy AAI Reste.L. Itirl
ran Doll. li. Faber
Co. 3. R. Lyon &Co James ifarehall Co., At
hm. McKee le Co.. Unlon Depot Rotel. Connell..
villa R. IL, Penantranta Allegheny valley
COAL! COAL!! COAL !! !
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Myles removed their Me to
NO: 567 Liberty Street,
(Lat.ly City Flour MU) SECOND ,
tiVirlrarOVA ' COAL OR U n te
k" Zr=tr h rd„dr,,mco,m.ddrewd to Lb=
Womb Ike maltitu att4aded to promptly.
...~ `~: >x~.-~»«.- - i..r , s:wY'_ .;.-av ~e'."+ro.,.- n t.7.i:Yi ~'a-i~'.3Sir•-..""
CARPETS OIL CLOTHS, &o 7
CAN NOW BE 11AI , AT
14'Farland & Collins
11 AND 73 . FIFTII AVE.
enire taking stock. and will dose nut roan)
Brussels and Ingrains,
At left. 'Ann 51 . 4 [owl. Call maim and get the chokil
Fine, Medium and Common
Oar Stock s the largest we have
ever offered to the trade.
Bovard l Rose & Co.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE
New Rooms; New Goods!
NEW PRICES !
We have Innogurstrif the opening of our New
Rooms with the
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861.
OLIVER MeCLINTOCK & CO I
23 Fifth Avenue.
Reduction in Prices
TO CORRESPOND WITH ;
- • I
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE.
ABOVE WOOD STREET.
I- • • UPHOLSTER
manufacture.. of of SHUN& Twit and Hum
staTTHEIthEd. Feather P.oliters mod Pillow..
Church CushlonS. cornice Mouldings and an idnie
of Upholstery waft. Ilaso. dealer. Ur Window
eludes. Bed. Green and White Hollands. Costs.
Tassels. an. Pardenlar attention Is girth to tak
ing up. cleaning and brushing. altering and relay
Our mode et cleaning onset is the mar Inir In
which you can feel masered that the eon/there era
served and the goods thoroughly freed hem all
dust and Terrain- The erica for cleaning has tams
=rat reduced. ee Oa of charge. r enemas will call for and de
ROBERTS, NICHOLSON & THOMPSON;..
PPtiolstaren nod rroprletori ut
Steam - Cazket Beating Ega&lishment,
NO. 127 WOOD STREET,
=tams No., Mai Arenne.Pittstouwir. Pa.
. Of all Colors,
l ON BAND AND FOB BAUD AT
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
. 02..3i 4.11.eg1ieny City.
GLASS, OIIEENSWARE &o
100 WOOD STREET
China and G-lass.
SILVER PLATED GOODS. DINNER
AND TEA SETS, TEA. TEATS
WhIRII.P=oNwIiZOt - STOVE
E. E. BREW) &
REYNOLDS STEEN & co.,
124 Wood Street
I.puiters awl Dealer. In
FRENCH, CHINA,-FINE CUT GLASS AND
WIRT tflalar,..A.l.SHT 111 011T...80DT. 11. cow'
RIGBY, OUST & CO.,
No. 189 Liberty St, 1 °
Wholesaler and Retakl ihmiets • and Jobbers In
CHINA QVEEDIVAENSWAE, GLASS eta SILVER.
The attention of all requiring goods In the &bare
lino Is directed to mar „Stock, imported directly
from the beat European markets, and we are now
receiving a fresh and desirable - lot pt the above
goods. . apt et •
DR • IVIIITTTER
OONTINO6B TO THEATALL Pal TATE a Vati.
BEd. Syphilis In ell iu forms, ell urinary u.
and the effects of mercury ere mantra!, ordence.
teds BDermatonhn or Seminal Waimea and lee
poSenc7. ulnae from retfaboe or other mime.
mid which produce some of the s following effects
Y blotches. bodily weaned*. Indication. cote
ansptkm. Aare. to *octet), monammeed, dread
of future wrest.. lose of memory. Mani . doe.
Wren eminence sad easily so the las
nal rpmm a to rendes. manage .
sod therefore Imprudent, are pennlnen y
Persons afflicted with these or ay other donate.
MAW*or tone mending consUationa complaint
ihrrold get the Inset , * a teat he Dever font.
A parecuterestenuen_ineers to ell Female oohs
pentutLeueurstre or Whit.. FalLtiflesereer
non Or Ulceration of the Watt.. tla Prangs.
Areenorrtmeo, ifeontaddstooe. end
Stettin) or Harreoneu, ere with the greet-
•• • •
Waned " "'i f
the P a b e d" y of who
of dloraae• and treats Poona& of came • en
,Jost xlll ha that. appdpi7
'TheTognar Dahlia= withal
a fall empoaltlon of ra=3 sal
private daimon that can be had free at
man far two atampa tn ended ear
mahatma contains =goo to
awning them to de the Melt* maw* of
th Aie r rotatML.
mu.a. wh wirhar m rhillia . ten maple room'.
co:mullein to nett tie
elyl i at 'Doctor's opinion out be obtitned . agrid
Oaten:mot ef the case, and
Le onrarded bY mail or *:pease. Lame luta.
ow. hoverer, a personal exambiation la &Nonfat?
000614.270/ IWO in °then daily penned attention
la Matra°. and for the accommodation of nob
Manna then are • nte eanneoted with Um
, T42=4, dod with eren u Midana Obi
ailed empoettrW pr=tions
• La the Doetorm awn taken:on. a/nimble
rtipervialoor Mediasl pommels at Mae Of
Of call for
I s n. pNo mat e a a rn a n a afied
t o4 nit h to2 m mmrn •AxoIr.WIWY.
(mar Goan Hon./Yttl