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THE DAILY GAZET
Of Pittsburgh; AlWhiny eitYl
Corner of Math • Vonore awl Omar Wield
TUES-D.A-177. J11 ' 1.1 : . 12, 181,
Bosna at Frankfort 95)1,
PETRI:a:ECM at Antiwkp quiet
GOLD choked in Now York Int yesterday
WE was glad to 2.11110110 , the Foreign
Money Panic is at au end for the present.
AnMirka]] securities are agllin on the ad•
GOLD, the thermometer of war. excite
meat arid Panic, touched lir, yesterday on'
the ieceptlon of news from Europe. An
advance In breadstuff* and fnmign goods
will follow—temporary if the war cloud
puree over. but if war he inaugurated
permanent while it continues.
I , A
KT. LOWS has Very . wtmety to , 00w“, In
the wake of the other i rogremaire cities.
end Oared the " soCiai evil" within the
aurveillanre of the police and the Board
of Balkh, who ate autlulrized to , establish
and enforce such zefoilittioni and rules
as may be deemed necessary. Our own
thy, which te thtie aCcursed with the
" nodal evil." and whose authorities are
powerless to either atriy the. increaae of
". the depraved or establish any sanitary
regulations for their government. should
move In some direction to circumvent or
lessen the •' evil" and its direful - moue.
quences to society. .
111 AVE a number of hales from the
*pre en the Third Party moventent, in
and oni - of type, whirls we hold over for
thti If wan our intention to pub.
-,lla6thetn thiviu . orning, but after mature
deliberation we hare concluded to hold
j them ores .
day or two, being fully
oinrrinced from present Indications thit .
the matter upon which our correspondents
Insist an strongly will be adjusted,in that
time to their entire rutiefaction. Should
' It - not, their couunnnicationa will then ap
year. We . hope- this be a safficient
erten*, for the nonnppeatunee in our %ad
. nmna of the communications referred to.
Tut itustolVo of the bolters'- ticket, it
is still claimed4y it will
result in the triumph of the Democratic
party In the October election. lint in
Order to prevent the occurrence of such
• mad calamity, It proposes to the Repub.
Roans. of thin county to sell out to the
"new party." We have always had a
piofound sense, of, the modeity of that
journal, but never before has it made any
proposal that filled or with Such admits-
Win of Its meekness, honesty and tam,-
tty, as the one which has appeared in its
three last issues, 'tamely, that !the great
Republican party should deliver itself up
Into the hands of a few men who have
done all in their power to destroy its
prestige and annihilate its influence. To
whom does the Comm.:vial appeal? It
cannot be to the people, for it claims that
the Convention that nominated the ticket
was inveeted' with power to do No liy 'the
"whole people" Yea, more; it claims
that the "whole people" endorse the
ticket that. has been placed - in the
field. T 4 whom then does it ap
peal eo continuously end persistently?
The Elecutive Committee of the Hepubli.
can party does not claim to be the people,
and it emote the propoxition that has been
made to it to sell them oat. The mem:
beri of it are the mere servants of the
party whose will they desire to carry out.
Tide they will defend nothing more. They
cannot mad will not be wheedled into any
newspaper's or attorney's Mike to "set
up" a ticket and arrange things generally.
They leave everything in the hands of
the: party whose servants they are.
-Why did the organ of the bolters not
declare at first that its design In organi
sing a . new party was to destroy the
. muse of Republicanism? _
Republicans! we wish you to remember
that tiu; Pittsburgh Comm'erriat declares
for the third time, that the. object it has
• in view in running 'the bolters' ticket is
"to rend the party and endanger its was.
cue." It admits that-the ticket cannot be
elected, and yet continues to flaunt it in
its columns. It in evident that - the "oen-
14:1.4 is emirinced that it has , made
-WI -egregious. blunder. Let it correct
its awn errors. Though it may poll a few
irotee.the Republican ticket will be safe.
This has always been our toniiVion,end
tt bas been greatly; stiength'ened within
ihe,last few days. • •
-The war cloud in Europe 3/1 ekpanding.
rip., for war and impatient for sc
.: invites a rapid eolutloo of the Span,
fah complication. and bristies - aroser with .
- fight. Prussia, conscious. of her tiloe
strengtle, and careful of bar dignity,
'calmly awaits, development. She ban
giveSi meddence of alarm Fearless of
Mut atmlod.- for the pacific; adjust
' Meat of the qUeidloit Issue, She has
, Hutiservea het oquillbiiiiMlnd 'made no
movement looking to the consolidation'of
her troops for the campaign which Prance
threatener to precipitate. Napoleon; In
firet holding-Prussia .responsible fog an
tottigue, which,. as -,yet, can not
be faitined truthfully - upon her,
aad_,then' demanding .an apology for
a '.,biutich of national honor not ad
'. Mined: has o p enly bruited a proud
"! - 'id powerful nationould In plain way in.'
• sited array-. The French; lAmpelor knows
YYat lti• own dynaStrls.dependeni on the
the-people: ; Recent disturb.
lit Psits'disclost4• an unrest in the
. 4opiatii of -FisOce,and the wily Empe
.. _ 'roc will lame-contentmeni and unioskind
~to retain his own popularity among
Tehple by war with a neighboring
C - polfrat of which he. bra full cause to be
Jsakilt... France means wa Prussia
offers: elther,tlte olive branch or. _A.
The two great nations could hardly
fight the battle out on the line of the
-ilhine,arithout drawing Into complication
all the_powers of Europe. England can.
net lOok os dispassionately. Her domee
xelodions with Prussia will involve her
'-more or less In 'the, contest. and yet cite
cannot forget that Napoleon is popular
witlrber p elO e; Ind that
. Fran . ce has for
~ ansny. y ears past proved her most *faithful
'ally. Having been entrapped in forming
:aUlatices matrimonial with Prnssia, she
will have es much cause for jeidousy with
that nation, if Plain passes under the
'rule of the Prussian home of princes as
as: panesherself. At the present, there
Remits will be drawn fate 'the
..,, , :I*a.Aari lt A aunruiliary contesi should
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be the heti:
leak ocOlasnishotdd war be . ti Laboat
-Pool- be crusisd
or edstaiiai: •
2 f , • war skald may seal away au did
that of 1840 sad 1859, but there alma
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little l imitability of, 'lts dissipation.
France in well lice rmita on land and 'Rea
for hoetile tlemonatn4ina, and:a day may
tee Ler amy d navy on the aggretuili6.
Thiel countietan afford, to look on with
...alai indifference, for much a. a Moody
content lotwe.n any or all of the Europe
Pan Tiowers would be lamented and re•
gietted, our national proaperity would?
in lin wine impaired .but to the contrary
• MEAN THEY REFORM t
There in something in the cry of reform
that strikes the better feelings of or all.
lomething that appeals to our menlicirsl
igalust , vice and corruption. The lII.SIre
the people always become arouKed.
ide . their hiltless inactivity, and
ii tinder the bantter of reform.
__,e all good things, however, it is fre
quently perverted to bad uses, and none
barn sooner than the people, whether
there is virtue intim cry or whether it
has been raised for sinister objects, look
ing specially towards personal ambitions.
.The Convention , held in this city nn
July 6th, gathered what fetv properly
elected delegates were prevent. solely by
means of that cry. When. however, the
delegates met. us a Convention. they en
ilorssl the plat fonu of 14 Chicago Con.
ventian of 1866 and the Philadelphia Con
vention of 1869. They endorsed the able
and successful iulminlstmtion of Presi
dent Omni, and the able and patriotic ad.
ministration of His Excellency John W
lieary. As these endorsements eirvensl
all of the principles of-the Republican
party, we could not but inquire why . thee.
men had been called together. The ex
planation mine in the third resolution
"That reform in the administratioA of out
patty affairs Is indispensable to the main.
lemma, of Republican ascendency - in
Pennsylvania." This, then, Is the reform
proposed. Nfirdi:st .• - truly modest. A lit.
tle handful of men, numbering some
twenty-five or thirty, gather together
is the District, Court Room„and 'inform
twentythousand voters, ntany of whom
hart. carried their lives In this hollow of
their bands for Hal and the 'iltonor of our
old Keystone State, "ere into B fo make a
ticket for you, that you tang ecept, or we
will give this St ate into the lt Iths of the De
mocracy. •True, one-hall of our delegates
are ,not your representativ , s-,true one
half of them are self constituted stet bare
on tionstltuency—true we dd not pretend
to represent the popular will of the peo
ple of this county. But the reform we
propose is to set ourselves up as Your
leaders, and the price you are to pay is
either vote our ticket or lose the county."
is it any wonder that delegate after &te
tte withdrew. from that Convention in
Theleaders of that Convention never
came together for reform. Their conduct
nonclusively dernonstiiii4t this fact.
What is the secret motive prompting
them Is not yet sufficiently developed for
us to expresa our opinion. ,But that it
was not to purify the party in sufficiently
manifest from the fact that they took no
mrans to purify the party. If they elect
their nominee. they gain nothing. All
their nominees can do in to support Re
publican prineiples. and to ray that the
handful of men in the 'hamlet Court room
am more honeet than thittsenty thousand
who staid away, is. feather, we anticipate,
than these gentlemen will darn. to go.
We think they bare gone far enough
when they call ea from our labors under
a good cry, only to bring us hero to de
noun some . ;•ring - as corrupt. Wh,
called that Convention the people
did not Is very evident from its attendanee.
What has the "rine of Allegheny county
to do with the Republicans of the State of
to assert that it is better the Republicans
of the State should be defeated, better the
Republican party should be destroyed and
its strength pass over into the hands of
Democracy, than that Allegheny county
should have "a ring ?" What it he Ring
of the old Republican organization? Is
it the leaders? Then what is the Ring of
the Reform Convention ? Is it the leaders?
How corrupt is the old? They have et
least always been found fighting for the
success of the'party. How corrupt is the
new? They are not fighting for unity,
are not fighting for our preservation, are
not fighting for any avowed principle of
reform, but are fighting for men against
men, disintegrating the party, • divid
ing its unity, destroying its strength
and . doing their utmost to past the
State over into : the hands of the
Democracy. The ring! nonsense. If it
worked , corruptly. Its power wax
broken into fragments at the last nomina
tion, and the Reform Convention is just
one year too late. The road was open to
them. Their way 'WWI clear, and with the
same effort they have made to gather a
handful of- men Into a convention, they
could have sent any delegates they
pleased to the Angus ostion , and
nominates these 'men. Why at feist did
they not wait and see who were nominated?
Were they fearful their favorites had not
the proper eupport and would be defeated?
If The popular vote Would. ) ncit hire sent
delegates fOr these men, then pray tell no
if this eonreption . Juts net been packed,
if if has not trident; If if han not a ring
and a slate, and if it is not only:. corrupt,
qZr -tacking a convention, but mall
dons. trlittan, destr o y - the; party In
order to gain the lesderVa:
did 'the old organization ever , iii - Piess,
in nominating men who did - not repre
sent the popular choice I Nom.
hutte corrupt men. Who f But
t et us look at the Reform
ticket. Is -that coin 'honest who in one
breath min love sad relived - Republican
principles and my earnest desire is to
keep them intact" and In tbenext breath,
ays,!l r will remain on this ticket, and
though you may nominate at your regular
convention a man u honest and Incorrup
tible , :im fluty be found, yet I will run
against him, and try to defeat yOu even if
I ' , utterly deitiny thn Republican party
and all , Its principles." What worse man
did the • old organization i,rer ncaninidel
Why not Wive waitedf It. may be said It
wail toot lite. '-'l . OO
. tuti tat what? For
prfnciples l of reform pritent to the peOplelt
- was not too late, For time to beget prin
ciples-whoa° travail - pains might; be the
death throes'of geputilleanism, tetras too
late. .For disrupting the great Repahli-
I , " party, the reform should- be 90 maul
fea•v•at the formattotkof a third party
would grmng voluntarily out of-the core
lest. It wilcs'i.whenthe,itipublican par
We regret the corruptin g of the Legis
lature and are advocates ormform. Our
Political breathed. almost .Irs first
breath amid the travail pain of 'ck e little
Republican bantling in Kamm 'l t b ite
grown with our growth and strengtll:, ee d
with, our strength, and we regard it lobe
Manhood aluioat an a And - of our own. 1
We would rare It from tlds leeches living
on Re life blood, but we do not propose to
ktiock it in the head In order that tboes
1,4 4 6 6 may dle. We have abetter plan.
Not so nith tho Reform conteMion: They
are 'friritening.4 oll it with all the avidity
of. n e w aspirants for political ,hottorsr
tearing of the old leeches thatinew cows
may fasten on the old notes,gr If 'nom
to the old
I own, that between the two the eked they .
• r the prinkarY-delegate ilect/OrtS vele
the ta, let it tte,Cetriktea by the
ardwltid of reformat ills primary
IsewtOgL It le done . the
PITTSBURGHDAILY GAZETTE : TUESDAY MORNING, J ULY 12, 1870
reason is that the masses of the people
are so little interested in the reform move
ment that they will not attend primary
What idle folly then for . these men to
attempt to throw dust into the eyes of the
people by prating about their great Inv„
of Itephblican principle, it in Amply
the old .cry of "laid, Lord" in the street.
and ..stalibing in the dark." \Vali an im
pudence almost refreshing in its brazen
man., we are told not to nominate an
other ticket, for if we do, the iteptiblican
: party will be rifeated and we will have ,
dentroyed it. It is the sane argument of
the highway rofiln.r, who, while trending
over Lis victim land rifting his pockets,
presents a pistol at his head saying, "If
you move I will blow out your brains and
your blood will be on your own Lands."
True men, iviiuld have sorrowed over
the division, !nese men are jubilant..
7'rue men would have held this power as
a means to check evil. These m e n have
invoked their power for evil. True men
would have struck at the root of a eyn
tem that could produce corruption. These
inen have simply foruusi another ring,
boned precisely on the wune system
against which they ihyeighed •
We call upon the people to Inok to this.
To wait quietly and patiently for the reg
ular nominations. And then. if a ROliliti ,
ticket, representing the popular will be
nominated, to turn in their might and
strength against these men, who have at
tempted to deatrny no, awl .tearit them
the lesson, that that power whone'electric
watchword of ni hsl slid l'niverwtl
ty," l u re Mug all over the world, shall not
be endangered Lc.n putty combination din
guised iu false elation, and whoar wets
move them totally unworthy to wear.
Ever 'duce men began to multiply .
the earth it hart been! their wont to n
grate from ono place , r country to snot
er. Different mulles h re impelled peop
of different localities and nationalities
illowed a ills Loral life in the early ages
the world, when men's wealth (molds.
id principally, oftheimlocks and herds,
lire driven by the imnionse increase of
to animals which they had to &pasture
to change': their location from time to
time, a cireumstance which contributed
10.1.11.1.11',dep,1 0 ., to the distribution of
a population among the afferent countrien
and nationw of the earth. Others, in later
tinter, basi l been forced -- to leave the land
of theli nativity on account of ecclesias
tical intolerance and persecution, or polit
ical nthwession.and the abridgement of
thosivil right's to the exercise of which
they were entitled as free men. But the
principal cause h these days is surplus
population, which renders the supply of
labor greater thari theldemand, and redo.
MI the price of labor to such a IoW fig
ure that laboreM and mechanics <mu
scarcely procure the necessary subsistence
for themselves and their families. Thew,
with their cognates, are the principal
causes which have led men to leave their
own, and seek a home in another country,
where 'they might not only. receive a fair
compensation for their hard and honest
toil, but be able to provide for their fem.
Mrs . . and herome independent.
It is not our intention to give a history
of emigration from the days of Lot down
through the Planeniciinß. Egyptians, lire
eilJll. and Romans, to the inegent time.
Our only object is to call attention to the
almost incalculable - advantage of immi
gration to the Ernited States, which now
offer greater advantages, and evidently
.present superior attractions, to the
crowded nations of Europe. than any
other country in the world. and for the
facility phi - mid b.. extriuleal, Our climate
soil. mineral and agricultural resource
and popular institutions, hold out Baltic
meats to emigrants from the British isl
and 0 ermany, which no:other
country in the world can present. Be
sides.,the shortness of the voyage be
tween great Britain and the United
States, the introduction of steam navigit. I
lion on the ocean, and railway travel by
land, which remove all uncertainty as to
the length of time that it , will take to ac
complish the journey, and materially
diminish the cost of the removal of fami
lies from the one country to the other.
have, with the matters specified above,
given a powerful Impetus to immigration
within the past decade . or mere. Emi
grants from any part of England, Ire
land or Germany ran now reach the
most inviting agricultural districts in this
• in the short space of about three
at a (stet, to each passenger,•of
:rim eighty to one hundred dnllnrs.
The good effects of these Impmvements
in the science of navigation, and the ad.
vantages to emigrants which the United
States present, are fully demonstrated in
the fact; that the influx of foreigners is
increasing in volume every year.. In the
four :years immediately aticceedlng the
late war, the number of immigrants who
came from Germany alone amounted - to
343,183, which is far in eicess of the ag
gregate numbers of the nine preceding
years.: The immigrants who arrived In
this country from Great Britain in 188(1
numbered 131,629. • In 1887; there arrived
from Ireland 69,971; and in the same year
titers- came from Germany 121.240. la
the year ISCO, the total number of Intrai
grants' who arrived in the United States
, sw:ilfilL93. •
When toc - xe5...... &n t of the' United
States Was first organized triThlsissa o ll ag
the country" only numbered three mil:
lion.; now it innot lew than forty. Prior
to 1819 no official records were kept of the
arrival of immigrants in the country, and
itsthitirionzhad to rely for their informs
lion on fugitive chipping lists. Since
that timejn accordance with the provis
ional en act of Congress, official records
of the; arrival of prowengers are kept in
the Custom Bowies. From 1790 to 1820,
1 the estimated arriralowere 200,000. From
1820 to 1860, the records show alit they .
amounted to 5,439,421, of throe 1,783,508
were from firma Britain, 967860 tram
Ireland, and 1,480,044 from acrimony, and
the remainder from other countries. From'
1860 to 1808, the arrivals were 1,144,712,
distributed among the years of that in
tervening period as follows: 1861,112,702;
1862,114,463; 1863, 179,811; 1864, 221,535;
1865, 287,39111; 1866, 359,043; 1867, 333,627:
1868, W 6,232.
From the obeve figures it appears that
the total immigration into the country
lance the organization of the Government
in; in mend numbers, eight millions. But
the moot remarkable thing in the whole
hintory of immigration to the United
Staten in, that since 1860, during the ',ne
wton, or office the clone of the fearful
war for the Union, "one-fourth of all the
immigrant, who have ever sought our
shores" arrived in the country.
• Who is it that can estimate the value of
athetlnz of inch a tide of men of letters,
meeloiolcs and laborers, as are now land-
Ing annually on our shores? In former
times the "outcasts , ' of the society of the
Old World ,came great '
numbers to the
United States:, The'amsetluffile? it" ll o` ai
many families of •respectabtlity,,W* , were
struggling, but' unable to maintainlitelr
Metal position in their own lend; and
would willingly have immigrated Into
this -country to aaCre themselves from the
humiliation - of being looked demi upon
by their former companions. were deter.
red !tom deb* solluougli far at being
solid I:tithe land of their adoption with
them who had left their country
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for their country's gu.4 This Istate A First Class Seasatian....Worse Than
gat in the Hair... Two Ladies ix a
of things exists no longer. Some of the
.- . m with a Mad Rog+ - ..
mostliortliy fatailiwAnd individuals, he. J (From the Detroit Frei Pr s, Juts 3.1
longing to the middle and everlJltirghterJeA.--"lm ej t eight o'clock last evening two
classes of society in European 'countra, i
ladies residingup stair; in the-block of
find their way every year to the ratted It oodward avenue, just beyond State
IStates. Emigration from their \native street, observed that • large New .Found
homee ix no longer viewed an ade . a-' land dog, which hail long been in posses
lion.. Th e y are willing to break away j sit , .n of the family. was est t it h d t t e n o g strange
f rom t he most endearing social ti - h and I " t .L d n a i-. irc 2 j , l ' h jj o h : r d 1 0 K j . 4 j ' mom, whining sons
-relationships in order t o ma k e nliberal seeming to be very restless; but when the
' provision for themselves and families, a attention of the !tidies ;avas directed to the
thing which they are utterly unalil. In do a I
in the densely populated eountriee Erm a •l'l ll2 n; alit, atert . . e ntit easily alarmed, and
Which they come. The r ultra States are no punkah, atteutn 11l wan paid to the
no longer looked upon by the inhabitants dog hir•tobie time, - lie lving down in a
of 'the Old World as a penal settlement. or corner at the command of j o ne
, of the fe.
respectable Botany Bay , but a land of the e"j- li ru S t u e thk s " p lY ' and
agricultural, commercial and manstfactur. of the room, with eves ablaze and hie
Ing industry, where the frugal and Indus- hair like bristles. and he uttered' a howl
h -in almndance'
lit rage and pain that sent the blood from
Pious may amass wealt
and bertnne independent. ~ the ladies' faces in an lustant. Leadingoff
' ' . from the room walla closet or cloth.. press,
It is estimated that each i m migrant, on and for thin both of the Women instantly
an average, is worth nixtyeight dollars sprang. The dog did not . follow, nor at
whenjss nea r
he lands. Thin estiniake , it is said. tempt ,to molest them
is quite ton l o w, but taking 'it as correct,. were closing the door, w until
hen_he u came nea
gaining admittancr.snapping and'snarling
it is nor difficult to Kee that immigration savagely. The male portion of the flintily
is a .source of great cap al , wealth tone, Were away to market and the ladies found
hemselvea gleaners, with a eermine mad
nation. But it is note
gin Comparison 1 ,.. . I ~.1 I ,
mg for a keeper. tto an tuass. howle d
of tins material prosper y and permanent and barked and ran about chic room,
.sources of Wealth as ieli' accrue to it lilting at every article of furniture. and
through the labors at he immigrants. bin heavy breathing and cells of intense
, p ain would have 'ninth. stronger hearts
The great Indic) . of : lie itatioa RllOlllll quail than those shut "up in the little
be to encourage ingingritlon ply
every closet. ' The ladies screamed, the dog
. l l
menue in its poster. I / would bele bless. howled and for nearly an hoar there
at: . citing time
en scratching and
within a small space,
ing to the otrecrowdt nations a ro
Eupe. jtlag now nail t
if they were relieved o _a large amount of tearing away at the closet door. At last,
their sipplue populatioil, and it wittild add (armed by the • screams, several men
and with eliths after a sharp struggle,
immoutumbly to ourolwealth If ' it we r e . e street made their way tip-stairs,
poured still more abundantly i on our
I, killed the frothing brute, The dead body
of the animal was Thrown into,the alley
We have been led to 114.11 t h e 1100 VP IV- and wat,carried off by the scavengers. II
market by a telegram
.. received through was look n ed ,„ ux i n a l , t i t numbers lar n ge dnne
ho bef sa or w e
the cable a few daysi since that the eta- the fye rn s anfithe (.Zl . l-flecked jaws doubt.
Petite published in idverpool show that e d that the animal had been seized with
eighty-one. thototaud' einigmutaFlind left an attack of hydrophobia.
that port during the month of Jane. nine-
Ice in India. ,_
tenths of whom were hound for New :
York; and by the ftirther annoalleenlent A eircumetance lam 4curred in India
which requires ti-e explanation of the
that upwards of eight thousand bad ar. learned. 'flit. Central India Tinu, etate,
rived at the latter citrjin the course of the dust a strange phenomenon has lately
past Week.. Let them continue to route. Presented itaelf in the Canada platrlet al
P f Warora Qn the 231 M
It will beta longtime before ithey will It e lj L n . l 7 "- ' '
y last, when nn endeavor Iles
over-crowd the. wide and fertill-, but un- being made to einqty a reservoir con.
cultivated and inviting field
.. of the nected with a tank) at that place by omit.
United States. ing the drainage-pqw, it was found that
the water would not tiow. To attcertaln
the cause of 110 obstruction, the reservoir
was . pinntwd dry; and it was discovered
that a solid mass :of ice. some three fri t tl,
In length, had been formed, completely
choking the mouth of the pipe. When
reunited it appeated • opaque. somesthat
similar to machine-made .Ice, The In.
apector of Police. Mr. thus. was present,
lilllisPllM the block of ice cut nit. and the
Deputy Commikaioner, Major Lode Smith,
arrived some two or three hours alter
wants, but In time to two some of the un
melted fragments still remaining. The
soil under which this phenomenon occur.
red is the common black loam of the
Deccan (cotton soil). the piping of
ordinary potter's clay: cemented to . the
joints with a composition of HMO: linseed
oil, and cotton, pounded up together, and
the protecting masonry of the indlgenoux
atone and mortar. The water In the
reservoir and pipe had remained perfectly
atilt for about Ma months previously, the
_pipe hating heed closed during that
period. It is scarcely necessary - to say
that the 'temperature at Warrant never at
any time • even approached the freezing
• following . will give flfl readers
hien of th.• .gratifying )mgresn' •
by the -Refuaminta - bbl and' at
A atongt loi:EtVfiltArEtl VM5:1 , 14701n%
The indiariappolis Tina itlo4 With a
grins humor. Its farewell number con;
tains this dying speech and confession
"In ilia frunnuantory of 'Mole the Sassy,'
A. Ward tells us of • sublime utterance
by a num whose head had been cot oft' by
a pirate; 'Oh! that I should live to ace
myself beheaded!' We hive inthosi
shared the fate of that unfortunate „indi
vidual. A few weeks ago we experienced . ;
a ground swell of &reformatory character.
We, felt that reformation was necessary.
We conversed with several of ,our friends,
and they felt, just as we did. ;The Aquila
slam was strong and deep, and we felt
that we 'waled a daily newspaper to give
expresaion to our feelings. Our reform.
tory friends told us to go in sad we went.
We were not esecially devoted to refor m .
but we wanted business. Things went on,
swimmingly, and would have c'ontinued
but our friend& stood by us. In fact they
stood by us tai much, and did nothing else.
Having experienced too mach of the
'stand by,' we decided to resign. • It in a
very pretty custom, adopted
to nay that a man has •retired' when be is
discharged from it pitiCti or falls In bust.
ness W',' have 'retired' front the 'reform
business' We retire gracefully, though.
"The bri!liancy of our career lux,. only
been equalled by its brevity. But us re.
tire with one piece of knowledge w• totes
possessed before. We are satisfied that
-we are fully competent to close the affair,
of any paper no the shortest notice.
••Thin bgtains.io toe.oegentent . nr , the
per would hare been eminently success
Jul • but there wasn't any Widnes: , ti
abs eve Lave only an
- For our reform friem.
affectionate and tender farewell, with:one
Word of advice: (live up reform linsinees;
It don't pay. We speak from experience
in this matter. The:. 'dear people don't
want reformation. If they do, let them
get It by action:and not by silly. childish
”The following exhibit of our finances
will save the revenue officials the trouble
calling anon so:
I ASSET, •
l'aah and property available I
4 - CARD
EDITORR Ii.kZETTE: Having been pre.
stinted before the Convention on the 6th
no' a candidate for Coroner. I wish It
known that my name was used without
my knowledge or : consent. and Men that it
was withdrawn at my request.) I state
these facts. at this seemingly late - date, for
the reason that' the contrary has been au
'serted, viz: that 1 solicited nomination by
that (onv cation,
I feel grateful to the gentlemen who
gave mu their votes. and also to other
friends for their interest inlay behalf, on
that occasion. •
I arandunced myself as a candidate for
Coroner. months sines, subjeet-to the de
rision of the Republican County Conven
tion, and my name will be presented to
that bed, - when it assembles, August 30th
_ W. H. HOPE. •
MEAstts. Enrrois ilAza:rrE: (
!laving been one of the original reform
ers, but choosing rather io work inside
than outside the party, I claim the right
to ask my worthy friend, D.-N. NThite,
how he stands in this independent move
ment. The Vorriention that assembled In
this city a few days since had the wisdom
on their ticket. Now it
took the liberty to use
out arty previous
Ith him , " ' . " - wo. •• ht
er it.pay be eonsi.e • •
aim, who ao ably repre
y in the Legislature last
I all three of the parties
; Mr. White and reoleet
~,S t ' i b o l n t I
Mr. White n e •,
to object, hut .rat
a crunplinient to
rented title coun
winter; indeed i
were to take o
him, it would .ly shoe that they conga.
er him the righ man In the right place.
But if be .is I . sympathy and working
with the views of disrupting the party
with which he . as' been so long Mend.
lied, and which as k party stood arm and
true by our govienment in the night of
her fearful struggle, I for one think. It is
but tight that the people should know it.
It has been all= along Manifest that the
constituency- would demand-the rents•.
nation of Mr. White at the: August Con.
rention for another term, and this VIT.
pose could probably be defeated only by
his acceptance of the nomination of him
made by the third party. It is, therefore,
important that Mr. White shouli define
his position for the guidance of his friends.-
- A Turn Rcrmacfrai.
MitPARD &wrong: There has appesied
a report of the tlmnd Jury, on the Work
whith betraye its spirit 'on the
face of it, and „Interprets itself to every
judicious mind. The Board of the Work
Holm are not aware of any Gould Jury
reporting ,themselves as such - on the
mo ods; but a large company of-persona
of sixty nr seventy, did visit the Work
lionse IS true, and some of them behaved
in a dieoiderly.manner, by breaking over
the rules and discipline of OA Institution,
Inlikeater , true. A plain, natural, but
Dot a trymphantic, or even warm-hearted
courtesy, was extended to them. But the
report betrays the motive to be a political
frolic it the expense of the connty, to
asperse therein:nation of a stranger, 'gen
tleman, philanthropist and one at the head
of his pmfesiion.. . • • •
• Briton says the*WM is to be
dropped y. We-bope not; it gives •
piquancy d finish to a costume which
bad not cutaly been attained. lt is all
very ;ridicule fashion, but there is
no proud .of denyine that the-present
female . - is the - most picturesque
and in the way of brevity and - lack ofsm
perab t width, the most sensible
that bas n invented for yearn
LOOK AT THIS
TUR FLI IN: VT O HAIR ritr.r.th
Ring's Ambrosia, Sterling. Ambrosio ,
Ayer's Hair Vigor, Barnett . * Bale Renewer.
'Upbeat Curling Floid. Barry's VrYeoPhnlnw.
Thlbbetes. Allen's, 'Woods. Circaslan, Spat&
Ines and Ball's Vegetable Fnellmn Renewer,
nein. Color - Mr, Upham's. Mathew.*. Bachelor's,
Christodoro's, Unfurl% and Kramer. flair Dyes.
Person. wielong any of the above ran rely on
getting the genuine article. nt the lowest peces.at
JAMES E. BURNS & CO!S
Cerser Prom nail Math (oli u. Clair) Ohmic
IMALD Ur TUE .111 ITEM
Ivtrevorth het eraporateeat this seaSoo. This I.
eepeelelly the clue with all who live by the sweet
of their brow. troll, every pore of the aleve-Ills
eltla a moisture etude. which er:native the ebb.
meats of vitality. Thereby the blood ls Impover
hibed. the names relayed. the muscles weakened.
the digestion Impaired. the bowels dlst ' utbed. sad
the ordinal spirits depressed. The mustard dodo
that produces thee* effects cannot be arrested. be-
wawa ale doe to the beater the atmosphere: bat
the lose of the Ilfe-sestateing elements an be
supplied by rates invigoration. Now. therefore,
Is the Ume to resort to liostetters Stomach fla
mers, the most powerful and healthful of all veget
able toren. Long experience his proved that
bothlng M. will efficiently abstain and regulate
the 'yam when wilting down under the double
Pro.uie of eseeselye heat, and constant PhYalml
/am/natal labor. All person - . who have teen tempt
ed W try tho local' tonics" o.c.s/leal which 4lave
bean started by sordid speeeletors In almost every
town and village, sr ith anise of •Ynrnlng a floor'
by the ereduillty of the unwary. know tblsto then
ample It Ise /sloe ninnies that uys "hold fast to,
amt. whim,. b. good,. 01 the forty millions of
people In the United Butte., probably,noa.ef lb
have toned the resteretlve properties of Ilastet
ter's Blown and know It to be • •yeeidc for dye
peww nervous weakness. general de
blllty. eurmtlpation, fever and azie. end want of
eppetite, that any of these should be perrontded
to experiment with the wortblees nostrpnu, rec.
otomended by ■nscrupulone and lanorantempertes.
seems almost inered/ble.
367 Liberty Street,
IRON AND WOOD WORRINCI
eueere_and Machinists' Tools,
BELT IN G,
Woolen Machined; Machine Cards
turiannfactarß° and, Mlll Bap.
plies. A constant supply on hand and
turnlithed on abort notice•
A Good Set lof
Made of good 'bite p.peq gaged and Indexed
',gong In aininggtioep Matierould enniloitimg of
One Ten Quire_ Ledger,
One Ten Quire Day Book,
One Six Quire Cash Book,
lowa= W o.rwiisTv-atx • QUIRCEI• ear oda
$11.411: Tta be said eePerete mewl-
Nedete thoee ertgo haie parttal .16 la am:"
4E4R&5C1.1 4 1-.'
• No : •11; :FOURTII AVENUE,
ourscs as and It ILLNDURET WS= r.
Illailisnas,ll rill Freston IN. Anmalmr.
ISO aud 182 Federal Strati,
GDOD BAUGAINS IN NEW AN
Desirable Dry Goo s,
LACK SILKS ,
BLACK SIL ‘.S
Very T.,ow Prices
DR ASS GOODS
Came . . la Iced and Pleld.lapaaefe Poplins,
lawns. ReIIVILDieS. 0 rensdlne.
illlll.l end Drab lire" Linens, very cheep.
Striped and IPlorred Pia....
Plain mad Plaid Nal:stooks •nd JACOLIIIIS.
Plain and Spotted Suds*,
!Ash.' Perrelea and Mint..., et popnlnr price
SPECIAL 111AROA1118 IN
Cottonades and Linen Drills
- Shetland Shawls,
Light Summer Shawls',
At Attractive Prices
W3I. SEIIPLE'S, -
, and 182 Federal Str4t. Allegheny
HORNE & CO'S.
Received this Day:
CoPd and Black Satins,
Black Oro Oraln Sash Ribbons
Colored Sash Ribbons,
(inure Merino Under Shirts
Large Palm Fans,
Silk and Liam' Fans.
Received Every Day.
77 AND 79 MARKET STREET.
BELL & MOORHOUSE
21 Fifth Avenue,
OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR
Thin Dross Goods,
VERY - CHEAP.
01IN STEVENSON'S SONS
98 Market artreetiPittakurgh
cm= won mom ni.ra,)
ner• on hand all the latest noreltlw to 1r Um Jew-
Wry: also Meer Pisces and father ?Wed Wan of,
new deldsna, suitable for wedding OW , • • • • •
Witham of sti e Amnion =there In mold and
silve rcadet eei
the l th
liolis Key Mel Paulgat Wththre coa
lition/7 o tha n 41. ea
ath Watch. booludthm as , • full satiety •of
math. Jabot. PerrelPth. and , oMin'n
We' call wheeler ahem/on to our facilitles for
repelvtas mad resathebth Watches. To that
branch of ons•tthetho elthothl caw ,
Orders by pnthtetil Wed. Ithelens of .17
roods sect In drawbogs by snall at redneet.
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE CO,"
05 and 67 Sandusky St,,Allehrheny.
allanutsetan Tffi rtaD
HOLMES, BELL iSL CO.
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
Maastustsseri of =Alit WWl= siml LIGHT,
ANcnoß AND MAGNOLIA
Sheeting and Batting.
Shoes, Boots and Gaiters
1.1714 Cr. ( 10 .AVIDITIX'ALLIIGHENY CITY.
. . .
to oi , e.r H&V ° . :7 ... .: o% . :0 1 :LIPI A k t ILIA "' 'n.""* ll.lL ""r' ''
ortU gin onalnilon.
*2.r4 won ' . noi no
ponlel m II a R y
froi MR & CRIMMI PLUESA 4
, r ,„„
or,fte^ itIMOND Ake
Bakery i'''Ctinfeetie 1 ery '
- . .fdt:' ORtAm. .. •
11.4' A e ,t' - . . "Ile
rim — le a ll
ffi'M' "n....".:.•• ~ ' .-i----4.-Tizrze ..' .
W. 4 1= ,.. .." I:,,awneas at
* * *
mg. A. ZitUDIL
80 and 182 Federal Street,
A 4.0011 . T(WK OF
Sash and Bow Ribbons,
AtPricciasLow as Cat beFound Anywhere
At ligke.. Litilles' and Mlsses' Slats.
At 75c..1u1l sized Lama Shawls.
At 91.00.711 k Pantsiiik wnrth $1.75.
At Fast Colored Calicos.
At MO., Light and Dark Calicoes.
At 10d.. all the Best Makes of Calicos. •
At 91.00 for St yawl. Chintz Calico*.
At 17150.4-4 Bleached Muslin.* supgriiir article
At ligke. Fast Colored tawns. ' •
At MSc.. erinted,Chailis and Alpacas.
At 23c., Doable Width pane Idobalrga t.arat
Gloves awl Hosieiy.
Green and Blue Kid Gloves.
Blank and Colored Rid and IJsle Thread oh.
Ladies . .llllsses' and Chlldren's none.
Men and Boys' liali
APES' .AND _GENTS'
Sumner Under wpft
Collars. Cuffs apdiliecklinii,
Lace Collars and liandkerchle f
Hoop Skitas and likeleton.Coreets.
Ladies' and Children's Aprone and Pull..
lisle Switches and Chignons.
Jet Jewelry. Pocket 80 , 41, Falchelr. to.
180 mid 182 Federal Street, Allegheny
On a Par with Gold
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
BUYIES ARE INVITED TO
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO.,
N 0.115 Wood Street
BUY THE • GENUINE
"Od N. T."
GEO. A. CLARK
111! BCHESTNUT ST,
P RILADELPiII •
The reputation and experi
ence of 40 years, warrant us in
..saying thatpers our stoek- , of Fine
Timekee of 'the best Euro
. peen and American Makers is
now the largest in the coun
tm and we guarantee that each
Watch - we - Tell, is finished with
great mechanical precision, has
sal thelate provements, and
trim - retiiß arly, 'well, and
give satisfac on.
Imprirlee promptly replied b.
Wades lorwardat ly Mess lir mink
It hos been lo use for the lastaLlyean, inn never •
felled In n sloale instance to Rise entire eistlsfee
'Ann to the
When mu to its DM exposits. It .111 seed abusbel.
"4cr'ldthllliVeap. Simple. Iturab4 *ad
Tn• Hooper is idJastable. th ereby enspiSoir 11 - 10
ell sired terrlas.
It Is the best Cheri 7 Seeder lo the Merket. 110
All orders addressed to
Will be -Filled at
4 . 4I.,NUFACTURERS' PgICES.
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
Just recelved,• Wife use thee sesortment of Net
SOUND I t t •
r"3I4) T . JAPAN, •
, 13000110 Nd.
/Buyers are Inette4 to ti ll and examfue thu
as quality sod price will to for the Intereet ot the
zpvirau , lisAzurrom.
tend best Douttlfi
..I=tbr e &..l '
~seta sera=bilam of
0". 0,4 ji=
it ArMard • •
• • IBS
, .00A "" %ets and
V .. .. 12.
JOKEPH. 11; HUNTER
,' . 2tteriguuUfte BrOker,
at iota Itail,lat.)
• ' CCIAL " INUONS,. awl&
- Peait ad Ohio Railroad C°.
The Chesapeake and Ohio
Pleted and runnt. 111 , ..R1C11 MOND. VA..
%%111 . 11::•U1.1 . 1111It SPRINGS.
I We. , V!ttrlela 227 bales. It Is being raPRIIY
rtendid to the Ohio liver', 200 collet further
In Its progress Westward. it I...tastes and opera
tip to market the WONDERFUL COAL DEPOSITS
OF TILE RANAWIIA REGION IN WEST VIA-
TrNIA. And thus Wince the superior and abundant
liels of that nection into communication wit/akin
IRON ORES Or VIRGINIA AND 01110. and the
VESTERN, SOUTH WESTERN AND EASTERN
Filen ewtuplaied t; sweet the SI:PFTLIOIt
lIARBOR FACILITIES OF TIIE CIIESAI'EAKE
IiAT with tellittilowat , tallow Gs the Ohio di/we . .. Ad
this+ with the ENTIRE SYSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND WATINI. TRANSPORTATION OF TIIK
OREAT WEST AND
to • snowy. }IASI, And VA
YORAULE ROUTE from the WEST to the SEA
end lOU commond a LARGE RITARE OF TUX
ENORMOUS FILRIOIITS WPilillll tranroortallfm to
us become ohne( the them Ut PORTANT
oFITABLE EAST AND wrst TRUNK
LINKS OF RAILROAD In the enentrF. and a
d a trade of IrnmenaC value.
The completed pet - lin of the Bead Is doing
. 11111 , 1TABI.E ANIt INCREASINI) BUSINESS
d Is fully equal lu Tial4ol. o the whole amount u
a mortgage Upon the entire I.lne-1813,000
The loan of I 1 rhempeake and Ohio , Railroad
Company, helm , a FIRST MORTG ' I IfiR UPON THE
ENTIRE LINE, P ROPERTY AND EQUIPMF—Nni.
WORTH WHEN fOSIPI.NTEDI' . I` LEAST $3 30.-
000,000, I. tnererore one nr the oat substantial.
ounsaroolve and reliable Railroad Loans eeee et
rend In the market. end IA peo l allarly adapted;
the wants or
..tlyestors ad italists.
Who Moire to meta thr Investments wtth Use
_mat eattstnetOry Lento:are oI POSITIVE AND
The Bonds ere In denoturettons of
$l , OOO , $5OO 'and $lOO, - I
see rney be had COUPON or REGISTERED.
'lnterest' Ste per cent. Per annum. payable MAY
let and NOVEMBER 11
PRINCIPAL. AND IN ERESP PAYABLE IN
GOLD IN THE CITY Op NEW ORE. • •
Price 90 AND ACCRUED IS BREST In Cnr
rency,atwhichpTlcctheypetne 7 SEVEN PER
CENT. IN GOLD on ISeir rum
All Government Nandi and other Seemiti.deall
In at the Stock gechange received in exchange, at
their full market gal... and Pleads sent to all yam
of the CountiT. free of 14tgese charges.
They can be ohtained ny ordering direct from=
or through any responsible Bank or Banker In coy
part of the country. .
Fisk & Hatch,
No, .5 Na'ssan Street, New. York.
Maps,' Pamphlets and full
information furnished upon
application in person or by
S. M'C), LEAIN:: &
-'I3A 1•1 - KIERS,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
WARNER'S PILE REMEDY lux never failed
t even in one caw) to core the vet 7 Wont
of Blind. Isehhur or Bleeding Piles. Those eld ars
sfeleted should Immedletel} call on their droeet,t
and get WARNER'd PILE REMEDY. It It ex
nresely for the Piles. and Is not ream...tidal to
toy other disease. libel cured emir cues of over
thirty years stAndlpg. PllOOlll. Form&
idsta even"... •
Sealer of Weights and Measures,
RTH AVE., Pittsburgh.
L 0 STEAM BOILER MAKERS.—
ProposelA will be received coun ty. he Board of
Inspectors of Allegheny for TWO
STEAM BOILERS,Iict in place ready' fora...
eluding the Steam Pipe Attachments thereto, for
warming now Jails and the Court Um. Eaten
ittriinßr be seen
sealed. directed in Prison InSiwictors•mid left with
the Controller at 44 o'clock P. M.. FRIDAY the
NOAri , -- o An L y i. Information of JO
ortred from the County bons 33
1 2 rAagIT
living near Pitteburgh, Pa, wilt eonter a r ' avo "hen y
addressing LOUIS KING, this office. julka-
some T. Horgs....sow. Noyes.
TWIN I. HOUSE & BROS., Successors
tr /OWN I. HOUSE d CO.. Wholesale Grooms
and Commission Iderchentat corner of Elealthflald
and Water .trees. Cltteburah.
COAL AND COKE
MORGAN Sr, CO.
At 'their Mines, Broad Ford, V. &C. K.
Office, 142 WATER STREET,
' SNIP TO ALL POINTS
• And Deliver in the City.
DEALIces IN ' ;
Youghiogheny and Anthracite Coal
OFFICE : ROOM No. 5, gazette liolldiag.
IN - Oiden rimpectfully nadted. sou
youGIIIOGIIENY. GAS COAL CO.
Tht.coropany are now oraperod to furnish lb*
mot (Alfa any alaa or quantity, AT FAIRBATI:I3.
gee. amd Yard adjoining the' Connellsrilla 8.11.
road papa. toot of Try fltmet, Pittabirtia •
Onion &bossed to ether Moos. Want Marlon.
pa,. to . Vard, will be promptly attended 10,•
Charles H. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Connellsville Con
COAL. BLAC K AND DESIILPIMILIZED COM
d- fool, P I
Orders olith Depot. wo orLim,, ,, .
deemed to low Anal II tubmitt P . :
lag to vrtgra mite pirm", Hamm qr .11.14
r . 1rma...8281M. Union ion Wile. 8. 8.70•48 - ,:i.
ArArithr= 4Al:et litey
14.0:4Atailgoe CO.. Ito * l .
L. resuminals fl. rAllairMAZ
COAL! COAL ! ! COAL LI
DIMON, STEWART &
— "Etsytoimmoved_tblite Mot to
No. 567 Laberty street
Qntal e s.db r. Y A olTYlf 8110)ND PLOOIL. •
eHtlf'if.”,w, o ra m aZJl).ll:ll6
4,M4. "' rprnaa. soldnes•O ' 10 WWI
%IMAM Ye imilora bi, - iZtt to wrwilr
14$ Ows IU
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, tic
Superior Ingrains, ~1
.30 TO :13 CYNTII PER YARD.
51 Fifth , AVenue,
(Above Wood Stmt.)
Fine, Medium and Common.;
Our Stock Is the largest we haw
ever offered to the trade.
loyard, Rose & Co.,
21 fl}7ll AVEN U
71 AND 73 FIFTH AYE.
They ere taking stoeh, and window, out many of
Brussels and Ingrains,
than grst cost.: i Cal WOO Anil get the tholes
New Rooms! New Goods!'
NEW PRICES !
We burg Ismusugur4o6 Um opening of our Now
ntissT DISPLAY OP
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861. L
OLIVER McCLINTOCK & CO
• 23 Fifth Avenue.
Yu etastarers of SPRING. FLAIR and Hl.lpli A
lIATISE:IBES. Teethes Bolsters and Mows.
Church Cashion.. Comic,. Motlldknes end all kinds .
of .13pholstere rwort...d.tso: dealers In Wuttlo r
Sheds*, Bele, Gress lad - White , licalands. Conts..l
Tassels. AG Psetkofte alaestlon Is even to ta- 1
mg sp,cissisisig and brnahLog. a/ttrlna and nisi- '..
ins meets. ~
Oar mode of eleerdsor carves is the ordS ea, Id i
which you out feel mewed rhatibe otoors me-',c
served sad the roods thoroughly freed from en I
duet sad vermin. The price for elesalne hes been
=early reduced. Our exams odl for sad de-.
LIM all goods Me of charge,
ROBERTS, NICHOLSON & THOMPSON,
Elphoint4;lln Prneston of
am Carpet Beating Ettablieltment,i
NO. 127 WOOD STREET,
mbtußS liteizilfth Avenue. Pittab • .
- Of all Colors,
ON HAND AND FOR !ALF AT
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,I
100 'WOOD STREET.
China and Glass.
SILT= PLATID GOODS,DINNAR
AND TDA. BDTS, VIA TRATh
WA IirsarIMON W NO T TO a
R. E BREED . & CO.,
REYNOLDS STEEN & CO,
124 Wood Street
Isoportari and Dialarstn
FRENCH, CHINA, FINE CUT tam out
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No. 189 Liberty St.,
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ne t rantion of ad ropaldnd good. In tlos i g
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of Mamas sete treats Moasends or ease.
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that elms a tan annennon or mammal me
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mall for two Memo, In ametta envelopes.
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