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THE DAILY GAZETTE.
Pittabnrgh, Alit aeny City and
'TUESDAY. JULY 26. 1870
PL - riotErm nt Antwerp 40
BONDS at Frankfort 7tikitn3l
Unto elnqed in Nnw York yePteriay
at 120E4120j. '
Prin again .immured that French mo
tection will be withdrawn from Rome.
Jr the Commercial thinks It IN doing
the dignified thing In traducing the char..
acter of Seminal - walnut in thin Continuo
.ity. where Le In so well .known and en
largely appreciated, it is laboring under a
very grace iniateke. flood judgment
never was a striking characteristic in our
neighbor's character. .
THE Pittsburgh (burnt% in its frantic
attempts to hold the neg4o Tote to the,
regular (ring) Republican ticket ) ban act.
nails Auld its flag-staff ` , painted
of the Fifteenth Amendment. •
Does the Editor of the Pod still ant ,
.'vie`;. We never knew of but one nuns
who got off anything equal to the above,
end Le died.the'next day with the black
Tuz people on this side ;,f the' water
ire growing impatient for a battle on the
Rhine. Inasmuch as the 'first terrible
meeting of the grand armies may prissibly
decide the contest, opposing forces
will act with care and orndnuce. Ptecipi
tancy is - To be avoided on 'both sides, but
delay is gain to Prussia and damage to
France. The withdrawal from the bor
ders and concentration at strong points of
the Berman foreee-lead-to-iite-prestnup
lion that France most iniade Prussia and
open the war by an attack.
' TUE Preen Associatiom of Texas, sex.
Inns to correct such erronerues
alone as may go abroatt regunling that
State soul her people, and, recognizing the
preen of the land tis 'the best medium
through width error can be most prumptlY
met and reported. Leveler:tally resolved
to invite representatives of all the news
papers of the Union to meet with them at
lionstonzei the 15111 day of -next Nevem
bee,"to.travel over the public thorough.
finds : of the State, visit her towel; and
titles; become negnainted with her people:
and partite •of ?ho general hospitalities
of the profession. The Levitation is kind
and cordial sad doubtless many will em.
brace the opportunity to. see and lean:
Texas under such pleasant ereumstanees.
Crrir TnEAscnEn Cocnnmc yesterda3
complied with the Couit's mandamus
requiring him to place it detiignated dt,
positories at interest the city funds it.
his possesaion. Hellas deposited at each,
of the three banks . elected to receive Ile
ums the sum of $91,201 29, making a
total of, V291,C•03 ti 7. There yet remains
SBO,OOC iu the hands of a private banking
firm, which will be lifted and-deposited
with the other part of the .Innds. To
day the argument liefore the District
Court will be heard on Mi. Barton's
bill in equity, on the legality of
the • appoptintion ordinance. The city
will ho s lame gainer by the now
role, receiving over $15,000 interest on
the surplus funds, which was hitherto ap
. plied tq the personal benefit of the Tree.
hoe been interviewed. That
Invincible fellow, the interviewer, has
found his way Into the august presence of
the - Emperor and wormed from him a
statement on the present situation. In
this Napoleon dates back the venue Eel,
amd made the tivaty , a 5! Prague the prior
cause. He holds that Prussia disregarded
that compact and . persistently refused to
comply with its articles. Bismarck had
met his demands with thrente to monopo
lize more territory. Franco's wishes to the
contrary notwithatanding. *TWA the Em
perear accepted as a Menace and prepared
for war. Hence, the assertion made all
along that France aciied the candidature
of Prince Leopold, and subsequent treat.
meat of Benedetti by 'King 'William as a
pretext for a war which he had in ad
vance determined to briniabout, Is con
.firmed out of his own Mouth.
1 , . ECONOMY In fuel has for years past been
an Interesting study' andproblein to the
a. scientific. About the many coal mines of
", Pennsylvania there have accumulated
millions and Millions of tons of coal dust
and screettimis, and it has baffled the in ,
gentdti of' all. yankeedom to pmetically
utilize and make serviceable for fuel this
material. A series of experiments ate
now being made, with some shadow,-of
with lar - tradiretroleum,
and mould in cakes and bais this waste
matter, and bring it into the market for
furnace purposes..- . lf practical,, the
inventors of the process will, reap a great
fortune. An experiment vastly more im
portant in thin section la now being made
by a wealthy gentleman to dlocover irpen
feet consumption of the s oke from bite-
Mil:1012S coal. If he succeeds in his anti.
etpatioo, Pittsburgh alone will enencomize .
an Immense amount in ifuel, and will be
randeted free from the heavy, dark dards
' of smoke that forever hang gloomily
above it, and which fill'. the' , atmospbere,
-focating everYthintand giving the-,city a
dingy. funeral like appearance every lday,
; of the year.' We can hardly hope that
such a grand intnotion will be made.
We are sure that our readers, do not
require any corroboration fromius of the
statement which we have frequently made
in these ealamns, that the."itew party," if
ever it had life, le now defunct. It exists
but In the brain of a single sh;g7whicli
regardless of xruth, end the CODIOSAILiOD of
its own - friends, still maintains that it has
symptoms of life, and this too in the face
of its oteTaeclaration that ti.eie . was
likelihood that the whole ticket would be
withdraten, the secret of which announce
ment is now found in the fact title the
gentlemen whose names have been put
on it,•all, or most all, refuse to be con
sidered •at candidates. The . decli.
nature of Hon. I). N. White was
a crushing, blow •to the would-be
leaders Of a -new or "Independent"
patty. W.hen they told the truth they
bad not each hone even before Mr. White
withdrew his name, for so gteat was their.
tenor that the other gentlemen would
not "stick." they were afraid to tender the
nomination formally and officially to soy
Mal of. them. Indetd it is doubtful if
.an official fender of the nomination was
tot One of the gentlemen has given
publicity to his acceptance: Fella R. Brm
I not; Esq., retake positively to be a retail
date for Congress on the ticket of the new
1 party. His name was _placed on it fn the
Los of his most ...learn . protestatlons,
and Mr. White's It retained after he has
publicly declined the honor (q . and the .
Cominittee, who do the ”work of (all) the
reformeri in their own way," have been
unable to get one lkepublicin out of twen
ty.five or twentpelx tl.usund who is
willing to take hie place.
The new party has been liopelenals
abandoned by every paper In tliOtity ex_
ompt one, and that one claims to;, bik the
party itself .- Thu. : Orrick which ten .
1.131011 g the first espog: it give: i t • up
a week snit or MOM, anadiclared. Its otO
hope was in forming a 'mention with life
Republican 'party. Tile Leader, winch
inetervd it at first so tenderly is now con
vinced that in the last, fatel Stages of
cholera infanturn. In last Sunday's lame
it mays: . •
The thfnl party. - me:nen - I,w° are sorry .
to nay s donna • rather weaker. We have
heard some of ha own men confess that
they weri ii.Vlttle anxious about its ulti.
mate succena. If they , hail only waited
until - after the Anguot convention, and
that convention had failed to heed the
warnings of the people and nominated a
,poor ticket in n had war, then, genuine
reform movement could and would have
awe pt the county.
The fact that the "Trne Republica."
liner pot forward an Man to fill .the place
on their Legislative. ticket left'scout iw
the withdrawal of Mr. White, is regarded
an a sign of oreaknetia. It either means,
nay the eltrvwd one., that no stmng man
can be got to accept the position: or that
there Is a want of active vitality In the
organization that fail. to promptly close
Among the regulars there is aldeCided,
ly littler feeling titan heretofore. They
were ; pretty well panic stricken by the
schismatic movement at first, but they
are visibly recovering, and are quite mit
fident that ' it will "amount to nothing."
The Diepatel, which 18 well known no
an independent Paper, giveis the following
reliable information in reitnril to the
"gratifying progress" which the new
party is making:
TIM TIIIIID PATVIT 316VEMENT.
The Third Party still continues in the
field, and if we may judge from the C o s.
mercit'es articles, its prospects of success
are flattering In the extreme; 'but the
truth is the movement hag very nearly
spent itself, and is weaker wstlay than at
arty time since its inception. It] makes
no headway with the people. At first
there was a disposition to give it,a,trial—
many believing that the leaders, in start
ing the Enticement, were actuated only by
a deetre to Purify the. party, and
thii ! purification; to secure a better.
class of men for office, put down
corruption, and reduce taxation. It
wan because of this diepuel.
anion that I tunny good men signe'll the
call; and many others promised the movr,
ment their Asupport; but now - thai the
plotters Isacedrophed their masks anti the
people recognise In their eillsrt not 161111 V,
meet for reform of real or supposed abus
es, but a scheme for the furtheranee of
their own t4titirlt the de.
4ructiou oh the integrity of the liejsubli.
can party unless they are perthitted. to
rule It, it ceases to sittnict notice, and un
less something should turn up to infuse
new life Into it, it will soots pasts away to
he heard of no more forever. . I
WITHDRAWAL OF THE REFORM' TICKET.
In fact tut satisfied 'are some' of _the
leaders of t h e Third Party of its d'esier.
.It. emdititin.tha; we wero assured. yes
terday upon - unquestionable authority that
thoTentire ticket. with the exception
haps of ono or two candidates. will be ulti
The IliiTateh states further that it has
reliable information that the candidates on
the ticket of the new party have "pletly,il
thenlitlits to tett/crime front file rontext. -
This is not now. to our readeis, and none
of them will he taken by surprise. We
knew front the commencement that the
Republicans of Allegheny county, could
not be wrappeti ttp..in 'one sheet, however
much it may stimil in need of a party to
sustain it. • The Republicans of this emu,
ty are free men, thinking Inen,.and honest
Men., They are not ,"thuga" and "bum.
men"—thieves and robbers—nor men at
whose nuns honest citizen. "shudder,"
the embodiment of the now. patty's dec
laration to the contrary notwithkanding
Hitherto the goVernments of the world
have ailed to establish p ( rinciplett'of in
ional law whieh lan be made rani..
versa in their application. Indeed iyia
impossible to define them soexactly that ,
no difficiilty will- arise between neutrals
and belligerents in times of war. -Every
few years. the Most clearly defined prin
ciples and most exhaustive, code must un
dergo - a. . change or modification. Lowe
relating to maritime , affaini'aumpt rest on
any principles that rre immutable. They
must 'very according to the varying con.
*Oen and circumstances of nations.
Thu Conditions which would suit one na
tion at one time might not suit it at anoth
er, and tine regulations which one coon
try might deem right in its peculiar cir
cumatanten might be detrimental to the
interests' of another. Different circum
stances Ii the same nation will call, from
time to t ime, for a modification, if not n
complete!changel in the principles of in
ternationallawoa Between neutrals and
• Whatever may be the grades in neu
trality, *becomes neutrals to maintain a I
strict imfuntlality between nations at war.
Isle .assistance should be rendered by a
neutral goVernment in any form to bellig
erents. -This is an immutable principle,
and is capable of universal application.
It ahouln never be deviated from. We
nuty'more pathize with one belllger.
eat lila antilier, but as neutrals we
should.me OR in.ter &am. It Is not an
impartial neutrality to allow belligerents
the sane rights within neutral territory.
This m ght be granted tind serious injury
done thereby' either to the one or the
licher. , f the United Stites granted equal
liberty to Prussia and Franco to carryon
the work of enlisting troops within
limits, W would be of little ad.
vartMge to the former, although
there is a large preponderance of_lierman
overlFrench.bern citizens in the country.
Owing to the Milted - Intent of- sea room
which Pru Mia has to enter her puns, it
would be . almeat. impuesible to carry vol.
anteerti from America *to thenkaa the
large 'aunf.efficient French fleet - all be
able m cut , off her communication with
the outer ?trend by sea. ) TO grant *such
righta would only be neutrality in fortit,
not in fact . On. this . subject, bn :Oier,
the lain and customs of the United *nice
are we I and clearly defined. • g the
Prim n4ar it was ascertained t t cei:* .
tain B itish Consuls were inducing - per
sonas:lf:kin the limits of the United States
to enl itt the service of the -Queen of
Englanti;and that the representative of
her government at Washington Mae lend.
ing his it 4 1,
In the matter: As soon as the
thing : brought to light, our govern.
smut minitested its displemmre,odeniand
ad the removal *of Dlr. Crumpton; and
ceased to hold communication with him
as the renresentative 'of her Brittannic
Majesty: 1 , • • , ;-' l ! 1 -
But it hi siltit tbii tights of innards in
international transportallores, or the con
' veytng of gtsuds front MM . country to
another that -we have moot to do.
Whethea the ' war in /Europe' m 4 be of
loOker or ahorter . duratien, it lanotilikely
that we sill be brought MVO any di catty
so far as the enlistment' and transporta
tion of troop, are concerned. Blues been
laid down as a sound principle in i inter-.
national law that If a nation shonlcl fur
nislielthiiibeiligerent with article} con
traband of war, the would thereby forfeit
her right to neutrality. Bus great! ditli.
' culty has liciwoxptirionced In fixing what
are artielow..pland Of war, lEren
bresdintdis bate Ilittaftlpate been held to
be contraband in 'aniturwhere a belliger-.
rat has endeavored to weaken his oppo-
nent by famine. But as a general thing
nations iti.7* inclined to the side of mercy
in relatiOlt ,a the nutter of. carrying pro
The plenlpoteistaties who aaembled
to Per. to A pi(1;1836, acknowledge the
, , .
dibtrailliee that earrounded
'1,13, and their great "alto
.Aft •r two weeks delibenttion tlt signed
a. '• eclaration, ' which in thei k opinion
will go for to obviate the diillcultiee
•iiriti h tiled hitherto been experienced
bet een neutrals and belligas in
tits sof war. They declere at pri
vate !ring le abolished rit neutral flag
I enetny'e goods, with the 'except'
contraband of war, "neutral goods,
he exception of contraband of war,
at liable to capture antler an enemy's
The principles contained lii the
of the plenipotentariee of IK,G, had
annonnaed in the • concurrent dec
maid. France and England, at the
encement - of the Crimean war, in
Vlticl they waived the right -appertain-
to them bytho law u ( nations
IZing 4,nonly ' ll property, laden on
n neutral vessel, uniesn it be eon-
,of war." It lilts also declared
t was not t iwir "intention to claim
the e •fiecatinn of neutral property, not
being ontraband of War, found on• hoard
the o say's -
En Nlond wrs • no doubt induced to
aband her long established doctrine in
roga to the right of confiseatlng hokile
goods on board the vessel of a neutral. by
the - a reemeni.entered into by the'partieo
to the treaty to aboliolt privateirinyt.•
Tli governments of the iiiiinliSitenta
ries, ho signed the declaration, engaged
to bring it to the knowledge of the States
who had not taken part in the Congress
of Paris, - and invite them to accede to it," -
The tailed States hod Mng, contended
that - free ships make free goody;' but at
thought this principle . was , conceded in
the I' is treaty, our government refused
toaca eto tee terms as a whole, the only
teat in which She could become a party to
it, because it Provided for the abolition of
privateering.•i T le letter of Mr. Marcy,
our then Secrete y of State, to N:Sartiges„
the French Mini: ter nt Washington, fully
explains the remion why the United Stites
could not accederto the terms of the treaty.
The abolition of privateering would be a
great disadvatittge to ns, beca tun: our naval
force is infecier !to that of England and
other great !powers, whilst it would inure
to their lieneti. . Tim United gnat's were
willing hoWever that an arrangeuient
should be ! made by which the private
property of the citizens of. a belligerent
power shall lie exemptedfrom seizure by
public armed resents of the 'enemy, es..
1 copt it be contraband of ivar, and that
•witt this we will coMent to the placing
of privsiteering under the ban of the lsw
These doctrines oLiuteruational law, so
long held by the government of the Uni
tell States seem to ho t Meeting with mon.
general favor at every military epoch
The Kitig oh Prussia announced mom,
days sinctl that the rights of private prop
erty would be respected, whatevur might
befit,. °ohne pursued by the auptorith ,
of France. It is to be hoped that thi.
principle will aeon become incorporated in
the laws of allinations.
THE IIINORITY CONVENTION.
We subjoin the call Issued for the as
sembling in the city of Reading on Wed.
nesday-, August 31st, of a convention
made up of such persons who are favor.
able is the movement recently inaugur.
ated to secure minority representation in
the Legislature. The convention will eon.
Age of two delegates for each representa
tive in the lower House of the State Leg.
inlature,tiroeided that each enemy shall
be represented by -hi' lonsi one liriognte.
Herein the call'
7 . Me 76 7" , tilicnss. j Pento.wloyhm :
In calling the nhtention of the
cans of Pennsylvania to the Convention to
meet at the city Of Reading on the 31st.
day of August zarriL to present
the following considerations concerning
its purposes :
he Republicans of Pennsylvania who
lice in counties in which they are in the
minority number one hundred and twenty
live thousand voters, more than'afiethird
Of the othele Republican vote They own
and el - intent-very large and varied materi
al interests,Teiluiring the can t and pro
tection afforded by wise and salutary laws.
-That these people are wholly excluded
from participation in the management
and control of their respective county
governments does not in the least estrange
their devotion to republican principles
or cause them to abate their efliats in
behalf of the success of the Republican
- party. They have just cause of complaint,
however, in the fart that while their pa;
brethrea are and for many years
have been in the ascendency inithe , State
Legislature, they are entirely unrepre
sented:and by an unjust rule established
by a Republican majority, thev . are con
tinually subjected to unjust and oppres
sive laws, while tßey are persistently de•
lard such legislation as their material in
terests require. .
That en large a body of the people
shmild find themselves unrepresented in
the lawgnaking power is evidence of it
defective fundamental Organization. A .
republican or democratic form of gm‘erte
meat most of necessity be reprenntative,
and to fill the requirements of a represen
tative goVernment it should be so fronted
that all the People, as learly as practically
can be, !amnia have alvoice in the enact
ment rif-the lows which govern them. If
the gdzenituent in so shored that a ina
jority c e t , the people only are to be rep
resent , then it cannot be a free and re
-publican elate, but a mere despotism of
one portion of the people over the other.
Such a government is despotic in princi
ple no well as in praCtice, for it can be of
very little consequence to the minorities
whether the laws which govern them are
made by a particular clues of men, or by
single potentate, the minorities, who
are excludcd - from all voice or hearing in,
the law-making branch of the govern
ment bearing about the same relation to
the majorities as do subjects to an abate
According to the triode of reprettenta
fion, as established by the constitution
and laws of Pennsylvania, more then one
third of her voting and fax-paying citi
zens are excluded from'o'uy voice or power
in the law-making department of the
State, and the same remark will hold true
as to the General Government.
W e most respectfully and earnestly
present this subject to the etodid and
considerate attention of the voters of l'enn.
sylvania, confidently relying on their in
telligence and sense.of justice for a re
form in a matter so vital to the welfare
arid prosperity of the whole people, and
the safety and perpetuity of the (intern
It is gratifying to observe that this
movement Is not without precedent in our
own country; for the - people -of Minnie
have quite recently amended tiro organic
laiv of that State no that minorities will
hereafter be fairly represented, not only
in the State Legislature but oleo in all
corporations authorized by law. •In other
States. the question has been favorably
entertained,. and even in some of the
Enropean governments It .is discussed
by the people, and, in one instance,
partially adopted, while learned politi
cal writers everywhere hallo com
mended 'it to public attention.
In view of this subject, and because the
Republican minorities have Buffered! long
and much for want of a . proper and equal
repreientation, the members. of-:;tire Re
publican State Central Committee held a
meeting in the city of Philadelphia on the
when it was resolved that •
State Covention of delegates from minor
ity, counties be held at the city id Reading,
on Wednesday, tlie 31st day - of August
next, with the view of concerting meas.
mere to secure. representation for minors.,'
ties In all matters wherein theY• are inter:
cabs], and consider other matters lutereet :
ig to minority counties. ,
It is firmly believed that if tterpeople
of Penrutylvania - were more generally
aid equally represented in our Stale Lep
islature, that - the character of legislation
would be vastly improved, while the dan
ger of corruption would be, very • materi
ally lessened, if not altogether avoided.
The minority districts in Penneylianla
are most earnestly enjoined to mend able
and influential representativ es to the Con
vention which will meet at the- city_ of
Heading; while all other mottle. In the
State are also requested to Pend delegates
to assist In the objects of the Convention,
in accordance with the resolution passed
at the meeting of the Committee. . .
j • .• E. J: MonEiatairreau.
. Lillentown,Joly 17, 1870.
ARDF 1:51) HOUSE'H OLD both trials fell to the lot of Messrs. How
and,of Bedford, for a light.and simple inr
.ACILI in daily Comingino
o pleinent carried on three wheels.
mo • extensive use, and in proving
nab obOth as a disinfectant and deoderis , r,
and a 1,40 as a destroyer of insects Co.'o '
bolie ac o id, when - pure. forma a cotofferts,
eryeta4ine mane that Posen at ninety-ive
degk-er. An generally found In einnmerce
it Li a toink, or, when impuM, a dark, tarry
looking,liq odd. For application to antmaln
for the West ruction of insects', or for use
' - 1
in thehouse, the fi ner qualities should be
, ! ,
used; hilt fur tleoxlerizing,intins. etc., the
choottpen kind in good chlugli For the
dent rnet on of vermin on animals, the hest
mode \of applying carbolic acid is to,pti
it witL soap and water:and rub the
animal - with the suds until a good - lather
is produ ' sl.
But as the cabolic acid in now
found in the market, ready made in the.
form of soap, this preparation may be
used. F ill directions generally ammp ~
ny the article, so tlintit is unnecessary to
- enlarge oil them here. For deodorizing,
a very little of the liquid, acid poured' into
a sourer :nut placed in a ick mini,
ply removios all other tido '. To disinfect
clothen, etc., a weak solu ion of the acid
may be stirinklml over them;'.but, as the
contrition acid stains linen -and white on
ton, it May sometimes be better to pour a
little On the button, of a lion, lay loose s
boan*on tlin . biottom; lay the Clothes on
the boards, and then shut\ the lids.. . The
articlen will then be exposed to Alm 'vox ,
p Ira without coining in contact with the
liquors. In deor orizing 'drains the acid
may be largely mixisl with water and
sprinkled over the I place, either by
means , of ' a watering pot roi by
urine. the - Ismill into a large bot
tle or 'dud ing it out in spray. (If the
medical tie o i s of carbonic acid we do not I
proinone to peak, as for Onell purposes - it
should never he used except 'under the
direction of a medical man. Of the value
of carbolic acid there' can be no doubt
that, like n ost new things, its value has
been nverrt teof, and that it bus been ate,
plied in C 4141 in which it 1 -was - totally in
applicable, ts probably trite. -- Tile elem.
istry of de.doricers and lolisinfectants In
yet to bet rifted, and when that time
1 . 0111101 it ix probable that lit will bit found
that no one substanro can be made avid
able. under all circumstances. The non -
enclature o carbonie acid seems to he
subject- for contention among chemist
It has been calledithenot... tiltenylie aloe
hol, etc,...bu the term carbolic acid is in
very genera • tier; and It had_ better be let
alone until Oemists agree upon n Linter._
THE IllinT PLACE FOll A 1101040: '
“tiossioptir," in the Rord World. ea,:
-Winter or 6111111110 atoll except in a ato it
time, therels 110 place ne comfortable for
colts or tiro work horsetilts - a good pas.
tore lot. Tit tie up a horse at night in n.
narrow cell with a plank, theft to stand
tin. is a 011.01i05 of cruelty that civilimtion
ought to be!nshanted of. If the poo • ani
mal must be confined like a convict in it
dungeon. fur pity'S sake - I:el - Lim hay, MS
' twilit. and give him at Lmst twelvt -feed
totware, witit a soft dry ilosor to stand or
lie , on. In the large cities land is Worth
More money than horses; but on the farm
there to no enrols° for any such wq7kosl
economy. , Ask the horse what he wants,
and he will tell You that a place where he
can walk 11111111111, lie down and stretch his
tired limits and roll over from one side to
tlon other. gives him mire 1111.0 nllll Mot.
.fort, after a day of hard work, than the
most costly plank stairs, with Itll l tllo ac
companiments of curry.oombn, stitY bristle
brushes, rubber cloths and dexterous
hosilem that 17111 be produced:
REMEVY FOR FIX.Itt. .•
.114 th!.-1 would
state that I have found the use ofj spear.
taMt, whirls grows along our small
streams, a complete remedy fur fleas. II
the, trouble the house. 'dace a quantity
of t'hr herb in the straw of the unde7riu , d.
and they ildll semi bray, If innutlpcluir,
first remove all dry rubbish where .tht 7 y
live ante_ slt , agate. and then sprinkle
straw znixt.. with spearmint all around
the place, std you will FOOll- be free hf
We were giently annoyed with tlom,
for years, and tried caritas phins to banish
them. but to , fer succeeded until we tried
this plan: and ev.r non we have noi.„lieen
troubled with them.
l'ennsroval, - or peppermint Krill - Me.
over each layer as stowed away will kee
them away. I hare known it tried. wit
assets., for forty years.
A Ten tor WATER Full Till.
Now, as an net of kindness to the
horses and oxen that servo loan on faith.
fully, mid no a limiter of economy, we
recommend that in all roots where the
water is nit in; or t 7 er'y near the Ileid it
which the team is at work, a tub or bar
rel be furnished and filled with' water
regularly no the plonghmatin jug; This.
with a bucket, may racily lie set in the
wagon -and' taken to- limo leld, and the
team should bo permitted to drink once
at least every half day, anti oftemri if the
weather in warm: , If every MU!' would
adopt this plan Wmohould hear tin more
'of "water fouhder :' the teliifut would be
more vignrou and hardy:and perform
More labor fo their owners.—. Tim of-
Agrieollbtre , •
1 STIR tic alitit:ND urTEN. • .
11n n dry in se the more often we stir the
ground stun d and among the. growing
crops the be or they grow. It is a great
mistake tha because of the weeds not
griming the the ground does not need
working, for it is simply an evidence of
the., wan t of moisture sufficient to cause
tiiii mein of the weed seeds to grow, and
if the earth is not stlired soon, that want
of noisture will reach the foots of the
celtlvntediplant and the crop will be lost.
Frequent tirring iif the ground ennbles
it to minors dew, increase the rise of water
from beloW by capillary kttraclion, and
thus lusters the young roots of growing
plants 10 obtain fohd.
Fen all animals It in most important to
look to quantity'' and quality of the
water Supply. A good supply of pure,
frralt_wateris: In lug, dry weather, quite
an essential to thriving as food itself.
With secret to a good spring. we often
find young, stock make wonderful pro.
Kress, even wheu the pastures ani ex
tremely bare. Running streams are pre
ferable to stagnant insils: but In many
clayey and level countries, these -violet are
the only sources of water during a dry
summer. ,AV,Ile/O purls are the sources of
the -water for stock, great care should be
taken that all mud should he removed
from the points of Stress to the watering
place, no that all stack, but more .especi :
ally the alieep, may get at the water
readily. She'e'r will often want water for
days ?titherthan walk over rough,
Wached, or m ddy ground to procure It.
hen sheep do not come readily to the
pools, trough ii should be formed without
-delay, and filled from the pools with a
convenient - fiand pump, or n supply
brought daily in a wabereart— Front be- .
ink short of water in the summer o _
autumn, hundreds of young sheep pine
and die during the - euliaequent winter.
During hot,'dry weather, the dairyman
has his epeelal difficulties to contend with.
The cows instead of eating as much as
usual, lie lazily :.ii the shade, or worse
edit, gallop about, tormented with dies.
A sponging over in the morning with a
weak solution of carbolic acid is roam
mended to abate this nuisance of the flies.
111 very hot weather inilkieg cows are
much better kept in the house during the
day, and only grazed al night. A little
meal, green. corn fodder or cake, with
some nut food twice daily, will sustain the
condition of the herd and the yield of the
Ashes-a Specific for Fruit Trees.—Dr.
George 11. Wood. of Philadelphia, has
communicated to the American Philoaoph-
Scat Society, of which he is President, the
remelts of experiments made by him,
which indicate that unienched wcodashin
applied around peach and apple trees give
them renewed lifq, and activity, and great•
ly promote. vigorous bearing. Decaying
trees have been wonderfully stimulated
Into healthy growth, by. digging four or
five Inches deep around the base of .the
-stem, scraping away the WOrMS,and filling
the hollow than made with fresh wood
ashes_ This was done in the fall of 184.18, :
and the following spring they pat forth'
bright, green leaves, and bore a crop of
fruit. far.- exceeding- anything thefrhad
dene previously: All of his ereliardir so.
trate& give,prombie of great crops of;
friiit also this present season.
' 'A Double Plote.—English fannere who
cried not afford the expense of the steam
plow: have lately been turning their at
tention to plows - drawn by a 'tingle team'
and managed by one nein, bet tinning
over two furrows at one Hine. ?There
have been two trials, : got is by the' farm
ers of Cumberland, at Whitehaven and
Aspatrin. - No lees then a dozen" instru
ments were submitted for competftinn,
constructed by several :different - makers.
Nearly all the work was well done, and
the success of the double plow was con
sidered as established. The first prize at
ZETTE : .TIIEgDAY
lloren is . Cattle.—The American .
Stock Journal sap; a broom-handle in the
bent remedy for boson.. It should be put
into the mouth of the animal as a bit Is
put Into a horn's mouth, and made secure
),.‘y a strop or cord nrounff the head, back
the horns. Any 'oilier stick will do as
"The Motion of ••She jaw" in at
ti fink to get rid of :the obitrtiction
lie•escapouf tllepaa from the atom•
• Ir o t e et,' , ./ gunlen!dame,. an commonly
. pr . •go L o i t, to an absolute injury to vegeta
tion, tar the .*Pluon that it in not plentiful
enough. wh.-n the earth Is dry and hot,
the applbuttionot a Halo water only in
creases the heat, nod has a tendency to
make the soN mont emnpiraseit and dryer
Ta Bement Oreast Spots.--Jiake a bat
ter of wheat 1101:r 'and colt - water, and ay
ply to the elotlff i'she slowly •by the fire
and when perfectly slrv, rub of the flour,
and the grease will be found missing.—
Very thick woolen nos) sometimes re.
(mire a second application •
--ESITOILS (iazurrr.: , llo FrOick people
give a different interinetat Al of the name
Napoleon when Written In the 4mtgranint
ie form in which It apputnel in: your pa.
per yesterday, front that given by your
"friend on your right." The)l !My that
when written thus, • ! I
apoleon; ; '
t forms a tired(' seven words,
se follows: Napoleon on 'o ton eon [To
rn'', patron, which they inundate, .N6llO
- Going the lion of the pehplo iemarels
ing onilestroying the citiest There Is a
lesson In tninslation for your Greek aehol
A fresh supply nt
A M E RICAN SAFFRON.
A (troll supply At JAMES F.. Lit7RNII A CO.'S
DRUIi NTORE, on,er of Penn - nod Math &Creel
TUE BLOOD IN SUMMER.
The blood deteriorates . in hatweether. Profuse
penplratlon deprive, It of a portion of Its Pour'
tablet and prudently, properties. tlonaequently,
In Sommer, the flesh loges in some degree; Its
fintitiem, the muscles leek their 'usual elasticity
ano vltorount the weight of the body diminishes.
There are clear Indications that the ardinary'sup
ply of the litcomstainiug Principle afforded by the
food we eat, Is not sufficient to meet the mutterer
Teat. of the system under a high temperature.
here Is another reason for thic.hrtliedlrect
Influence of the beat, vi,: the loss of appetite and
the weakening of the dltestive powers which -
n:Katona. Under them circumstances a whole.
totme invitorant 1s eridently needed, and the beet
and ufest in Montour'. Stomach Bitters. This
admirable vegetable tonic and alterative. act. fa
marably upon the system In tumoral ways. lt te
ase. the ePPollte and facilitates Mont..
thereby Inclining the stomach to terrier and ena
bling it to assimilate a due amount of nouriehment.
alsotones the relaYed secretly e organs and the
bowels. Under its operation the process of Mut
ation. occasioned by the drain through the pores.
la arrested, the whole frame refreshed and Invig
orated. and themnrite exhilarated. The dyspep
tic, the billet.. the nervous.the debilitated, scarce
ly metal to lac told that It is pre ' elmly the taloa elan;
ind corrective they caught ho le at tell eassorh.
Tliousands of them know the. art by' experlerme
li••thlng le the tpharchicopmta for out. of 11l will
plant—least of all t °Arashy heal nor.
trues. which same unscruttnio sign ...Id be
glad. for the benefit of their o • ptocketago peddle
tout in it. ennui.
NEW r ADVERTI;
... fITTSBURQR. NAZ I
STEAM E . .TGINES',
. IRON AND WOO WORKING
MACHI , EICY, i
Engineers' and Ilaellinists' Tools,
STEAM FIR ENGINES,
Woolen " illaelOry Machine Caiiisi
rintannfactart; ' and *III Sup
piles. A constant s ppli on; band and
tarnished ofcshort TiLotics.
Cooking and ; Heating
Fine Grate Fronts
COLUMBIA COOK STOVE,
Confidence Cook Stove
DO (IBLE - OVEN DIPROVEiI
Nil&s Improved Star Range,
206 anti 208
C. D. ARNBTHAL
ARNSTITAL..& , SON•
Virginia - and Louisville
Fie Cat Ckawlng and Smoking Tobaccos,
granurumn eraser pturt.o.
EDUCATION FOR. MING MEN.—
WILLBITON 06111INABY haring received
from Its founder Boa. .WO/1/40a... eado.r..
menial 11240 .060011brithe . W7 bfa.a..B.
agglualroTtor d =2 - 4i
We. Board at mot, 46/14 T.aion tree tha lodt.
out. roe =Worm, addria. the PridelPdl , KM.
alt.Vi a lmrsdAyr, Lag R..411D05.,
NING, JULY 26, 1870.
FA Iv w.1yvt:0460•4:
. 1 : 1 AT
aid 182 Federal Street,
3 White Huek Towels'
C 112 Mo Platt Finished Muslin. extra goat
r t (W.. Fast pointed Called.
; t 8/0 Fast Colorsd Calicoes. • great banal
t 10.. all the Best Males at Callon.
OUBLE IVIDTH .14011 A ' '
A DECIDED BARGAIN
t 195te., Fast Colored Lawm4., •
t IJKe..PrlyNd Alpaciaa.. •
t 31te !Adler Balmoral Blarl“.
AL 750 Ladles all Wool Bummer Sham
•; a and Flower..
and Ban Umbrellas.
n$ and Insartlage.
d Llele Thread, gloves, de.
82 Federal Street; Alleghen
Lndustrie & Commerce'
• POOR, Ilt?/ITHATING IN
FACTS AND FIGURE
Growth and Present Prosperit
Representitlye Ninufartoring Interco
ce ea be.
0:11"11,Z: 6 =r 4 1"L'Il«;
AND BUSINESS MEN
S s ecill Bargains
LESS OF COST,
M rganstern & Co's,
CRUM. GLYDE dc CO.,
78 and 80 Market Street.
a, Parwith Gold !
WE NOW OFFER
r New Stock
Itams Ann INVITILTI TO
PITTSBURDIL !!! • !-,..
White Lead mid: Color .Works;.
J. .Se i okfiliaker & 86n,
PRQ - PRTEToRs.
450,13!, 454, 436 asd, jisßebetrit et,
4 4 40 . 41 "., ~) T 7 :,- : - . !;,
6::gr e iny•ir u niVta ka at i r4d .
..,,, . r . to mean
blfore 1: Tr anill:=dr,l4lll%doraml ??,-,
3 61341 s iniripaig , 49( liZt
te. wi ggribulg,tg,"'=36 l wc.r.,..,
• ;U: : 00
1" *I A o.llcraw, 141 TIM •Tea ‘ ••••
180 and 182 Federal Street,
Plaid and CI Mixed
Musses Linen Suite, ,
Ladies Buff Linen Balm
Ladles White Linen Suite. .
At Very Low Priees
Honey Comb Quilts
a2al toured Crib quilts:
Table Linens and Table Napkin,
11 CaSsimeres and Jeans
Gents Neck Ties and Bows.
Gents Ilandkoreblefs, Coll., and Con
Ladles Lace Collars. de.
At Attractive Prices,
180 and 182 Federal Street. Allegheny
HORNE & Co's.
Received this Day:
Traveling Satchels . , --
Col'd and Black Satinsi •
Black Ciro Grain Sash Ribbons,
Colored Sash Ribbons,
Gauze Merino Undershirts,
Large Palm Fans,
Silrand Linen Fans.
HATS, FLOWERS ,
AT twee TITAN COST.
Received EN2(a Day r,
77 AND 79 MARKET STRE,ET
BELL & MOORHOUSE
21 Fifth Avenue,
Thin Dress Goo&:,
BUY THE GENUINE
"o. \ . T. "
GEO. A. dARK
c ,..501d Everywhere.
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER. PIPE CO,"
65 and 67 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
F_K•fkoivWPkodb.l.9:l, l t - torr4,'Nd.
FLUlRigad HYDRAULIC COMM
O. G. MT, Agent.
1101' AIR & CHIME! FLUES,
.w. :*d tali aggsoetmeatcmataxtroa Itiab
HENRY 14 COLLINS,
aptimze , 233 SECOND JIMMY&
Bakery, - SContectionery
from the Tu. VlWisr&S•nilgra
OM. to his MM. • ',Woe It 1414• Imassastsat ••••Ta t ia. tt
Vonlsot 'Ol • P." . •• 1r T r ., •
na gOods. siotultssos sad ,
patrons', is swotted. -
.714. e. /11159?..
•-• TAMS RENO
. MOWER CONTRACTOR AND SCULDRIL .
TEa wing of IlOknO limos':Out= PN.oPtiT
Mlle& 68 and 1 67 • BANDOORT STREET
.loodeoeo.lo6 FrotoontBL.AU•ghoor. W:46
JOSEPH HUNTER ,
1! 5 .1 B l uteu m j
~sapt and Olno Railroaa
The Chesapeake and Ohio
It completed aid rcnntrur from FLICIThIOND. VA..
to the celebrated WAITS SULPHUR. SPRING&
In Went Virginia. 2117 miles. It is being rapidly
extended to the Ohio tiger. 200 miles further
reeking in a 11427 piles.
. RI Its progress Wcstmird.lt penetrates and anima
up to market the WONDERFUL COAL DEPOSITS .
OF TIIE KANAWIIA REGION IN WEST Ylll.
DINLA. And thus brings the superior and abundant
Coals of that section — into communication with the
IktiN ORES OF VI lIGINIk AND 01E10. and the
WESTERN, SOUTU WESTERN AND EASTERN
When Completed It will eoneect the SUPERIOR
HARBOR FACILITIES OF TILE CHESAPEAKE
EAT with reliable neeleallorthe the Ohio river..d
thus with the ENTIRE SYSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND WATER 'TRANSPORTATION OF TUN
GREAT WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
It will mete e SHORT, EASY. CHEAP arid FA.
VORABLE lIOUTE froze the WEST to the SRA
and ',GI command a LARGE - SHARE OF THE
ENORMOUS FREW 'ITS seeking transportation to
"It will Una become one of the most IMPORTANT
AND PROFITABLE EAST AND WEST TRUNK
LINES OF HAI ROAD to Doi country. and com
mand a trade of Dominos value.
The - Colnpleten portion of the noun t doing .
PIIOFITABLE AND INCRIKASING
and le fully equal In r•lue to the whole anlottirof
the tuortme upon the noting Llno--(513.060.-
The lean of the Cheesecake end Ohio Railroad
Company. helnits FIRST MORTGAGE UPON THE
ENTIRE LINE. PROPERTY A ND EQUIPMENTS
WORTH vatEN COMPLETED AT LEAST 930,
000,000. b tnernfore one of the most substantial
coneervative and reliable:Railroad Leans ever of
fered In the adultet. and le !teallarly adapted to
the wants of
Investors and Capitalists.
Who desire to make their It:moisten.lt• !felt the
moat aatisfahlory.maormate of POSITIVE B.BD
The Bonds aro to denotnlc...Oram
$l,OOO, $5OO tad $lOO,
and mor he had ODUPON or lIEGISTEMED.
Interest Six par cent. per annum. payable MAT
Ist and NOVEMBER Ist.
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN
GOLD IN THE CITY OF NEW YORE.
Price 00 AND ACCEDED INTEREST ha Cur
rear. at which Moo they DIU nazi, SEVEN PER
CENT.IN GOLD on their ant.
Al! Government Bonds msd ether Bennetlee deal
In at the St(Kt EZCIVIZIXO received in exch." at
their full Markot value. and Bonds sent to all parts
of the country, free of 'Express charge..
They can be obtained by ordering direct from as
or through any responsible Bmk cc Banker in soy
part of the country.
Fisk & Hatch,
No. 5 Nassau Street, New York.
Maps, Pamphlets and . Inn
information - furnished upon
application in person or by
S. M'CLEAN & CO.
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh
Agents for the sale of these Bonds.
COAL ANE COKE
It their Minn, Brood Ford, P. kC. R. R
018ce, 142 WATER STREET,
SHIP TO A.LL POINTS
~ ,A i n j Deliver in the City.
Tonghlogbeny and Anthracite Coal
OFFICE : ROOM No. 5, Gazelle Building.
IT Orders respectfully sollelled. apEkvl4
YOUGHIOGHENY GAS COAL CO.
. This Compeer are now premed to furnish the
hest Coal of myna. or quantltr. AT PAIR BATES.
(Moe and rant adjoining the Counelliyilln Rail
road Depot. foOt of Tl 7 Street, Pittsburgh.
Orders addreued to either Mine.. West !Teuton.
Pe, or to Yard, will be promptly attended to.
ablikrYs IL. P. OILESN. Sensing..
Charles IL Armstrong,
Youghiogheny and Connellwille Coal,
COAL, SLACK AND DESSLPIIIIRLZED COME.
OFFICH AND YARD. o , finer Butler mid Marton
street... Liberty and Clymer streets, Ninth ward;
elso. dfmona nowt, MAMA leard, and at fool. of
floss !meet, P. A C. R. R. Depot._Second mud.
Orders lent as either Of the aboveonkel, or ad
dressed to me through ilttabUtO P. 0., MU twelve
MOROI attention. •
Hater to whom 1 ma ezipplytteo,
CO, WlEgrlth. Osten Iron Mills, •8. 8. Fowler &
IL Stevenson & .Co.
Pt Ilumn. lax. Bradley, Park, Bro. at Co., Park,
-McCurdy co.. me. Graft&Veber
100, J. R. Lyon A Co.. James Maraludl & Co., Al.
l arf.tritaiiat 4 LD B r l AlaZi4.7V:lllt
COAL! .COAL!!. COAL!
STEWART & CO.,
lli~lntt removed thelrOthee to -
No. 567 Liberty Street,
(Weir ati Flour MO) SECOND FLOOR Are no. pntparml. NU turnlah
OEIENT LUAU. T COAL Ott SLACK. at the
Al) orders hot at thelr office. oraddnmrted to them
through the mail. vtll be attended to prompt/7
e i lfre)i f
arecGtori *graten f
• The reputation and expert
ence of 40 years, warrant tut in
saying that our stock of Pine -
Thnekeimers of the , best Euro
pean and American Makers fa:
now the largest in thecoun
try; and we guarantee that each
Watch we sell, is flnished with'
great•mochanical prdcision, has
all the late improvements, and
will run regularly, well, and
Inquiries womptlY nDii.d to
Wads formai by Emu far animal.
NOTICE. - And. Information or JO.
MPH COPELAND who. about I .. k . pAdra
Eeadarated from MO COMM, Dol7l.3mweiv.to
d.:halo of PlW.ce Of wI44OOPW.
ittio , I,,,,ffiii Amigo Cdpeland. th
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &o
Fine, Medium and Common,
Our Stock is the largest He lotto
ever ofered to the trade.
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
A t i
, , F FIFT AVENUE.
71 - AND 73 FIFTH AVE.
They are taking atotlk, and will clime out many al
the Initt -
Brussels and Ingrains,
At len. than tint coi.L ,
soon land get the ebote•
New Roonis; New Goods!
NEW PRICES !I.
We have Inaugurated - Mil opening of uurlNtlf
Ever gffenO:t..4 k l i is Market
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861
OLIVER MeCLINTOCK & CO.,
23. Fifth Avenue
P CARPETS, -
.0. PER YAlth.
30 TO 33 CENTS PETI YARD .
M'CALI,T,TM 113 ROS
51 Filth A.v(
If ar of...infers of. SPRING. HAM end HV .
SIATTICESSEB. Feather Dolateen and Pillion.
Churn/Woe:dons. Oranlee Mouldburs and all lints
of Upholstery yenta. Also. dlers In Window
Sbedes, Bud Green and Whlt. Holland.. Cords.,
Tassels. kn. Pardenlar attentlo Is elYen idtak. _
tAlessdNglynd blinking , tenet and relay.
One mile of eleankur =net ile the only day In
watch yo oast feed eanyred that th e mots areYnk.
eereed an the goods thoroughly freed from aU, •
dust and yenaln. The poles for delude/ has been
IfreddY nafinsecl. Our expren wlll cal for and de.
Deer all foods free of charge. .
HOBBITS, NICHOLSON lc THOMPSON,'
;:, , 1 1/pholsterm andProvrletnrs of .... '
Steam Carpet Beating Establishment,
;NO. 12.7. WOOD STREET,
uttaliste Near Yltth Avenue, Pittsburgb. P.
Of all Colors,
ON HAND AND FOR BALK AT-
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS;
' l . llO WOOD STREET.: -77
' vials nurient.
China and Glass.
SIEVES PLATED CIOD.9.DLNNER
AND TEA BETS, TEA TRAYS
VIRII.4mgkt;LON 0000 S I
R. E. BREED - 4SE CO.,
Queer are. . '
11 " - Tbb lerssai asscThsob eJ New York Klee.
itionar inasr...Axsorr asr...sorr.m.c7l9
' I '
RIGBY CUT & CO,
No. 189 L iberty St.,
Srbolesste sod Boleti Dealers end Jobbers Is
CalleAr OMEMSVARIL Gfp.llB and SILVZIL.
PLAT:JajWARL . •
. . • .
ibeettentitni of ad fag elfin' goods to the re
line is directed to oar Busch, irdriorted
[rpm the best_Ennaxan markets, and we now
repairing a leash nod destraida lot of the .
DR, Wl - IITTIE
et le i LliNtYgg TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE MBA..
il lenkillle to all Ite forms, all orinsas dimmer,
...n .114.41. of mentally OM mlopleet *maks.
tee: gnerstatorrhen or Briminsi Wealinew and Inas
gramlef. resulting from self -otiose or GUM, causes,
and ehlab predate some or the
, tft:p mama ,
Igoe:6W hodtly weelneek- troll oa. c.m.
sptoptlon, averolon k. society.- MI Mass. druid
rof loto=lit, h.IQ:Ter. tn.almeg. poo.
.graAtilpro I f
elit; l ' ". ", 6. 1 1 d.: , ,,.
Peewee iglistd . .A6 these orritayerrZleitiiti
tittendon_er. o to . 1; Vow°
otthalWe=l; ll + 7 =h l V.lLlZMlt
Aratmorniotra,, gicsiorrhaos, li enorrhota. sad
Sterility or Bar renness, flit with theigfeat.
A 11. - ittlent that h dam h . .
tdateaceenteseely t o i n D e gly of ~,'U.....,""=
an u l=latlit u "n t ee'eithrtirtow.. -- -9
'1! a ti O =Wet ri.c..—m„ic. pedudoet at arty
perm tear Ores • full ens:nation of renereai and
private Menses that enn be had free at Miami. hr
'disabling them to tletenntlie the weenie natartrZ
Tioa establishment ng Wm &Mtge room.
Ls mo t tai. When it te= " ratn i venter% to elan the
rliAttenWteVerre tßettebee 'ne' t etedlgankv e ~,,e
be forwarded by mall or eagresi.. In some Malan.
der, pmsestrr, a nominal. esendnatlon Is areolatell .
neemeary. while In other. daily pommel attention
is nwollnid, and for the anoommodatlon of such
Wheats thane are sentiments connected with the
i rm Waters. provided with every requisite thee
11=emee . t =g1dia teartizitnelndlair mew.
=r. oun.ien4 /4 "ainti m . "rtatr"""
sev.*ipttophtete et.. mei
he tiro ma , pate fat -
la% a Fa,. if 1 1 "