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    THE DAIV,GAZETTE.
• 01110.4, PAPER
Of PlUslnugh, Allegheny City and
Allegheny C,onnty,
. .
II
.11AILITTIL IVIII.C11343:
'Vetoer of Math 1 Aer ie' ' amil Ikelthileld Street.
I '
FR1DAY..14.)1X,29. Leto
New York yellterday
lit 12110;164., .
Pitramia did a parlous sud graceful
thing in ohacr‘ing Wednesday as a day,
of prayer and fasting. iiod's 'aid is re
powerful than strong, battalioac
Nr.tuax forty thousand bar
oiL were sold on Dugnesno
day. Our city still manages
position as ono of the gots
istarivuo of the world.
Orin locality charges up another bun
dred thousand dollars to her lightping
account. as loss sustained at the great
tiro no min .sday night. The loss of
prOpe ty trout thin striking; of
th subtle d d this . season has been
•:g fearful.
' ENGLAND in the aimrting way . held.
; tie Laurele ID all lines abeve the reach of
America. Sayers thrashed - Heenan: Ilam
011 was vanquiallesl as a *culler, our col-
T? age crew.-of oarsmen Wen. sent home
s .. .chagrined with defeat, and 'now come' ,
in the English - yacht Cambria ahead of
i• 'this .AmeiitalnDauntlege, - old mother
3 ; country has t lost her vim yet:
17 TISAT is a slily story in circulaiion to the
' t. ' , effect that a large body of flennan AMOIi
-1..
traiha are to be organized In t, this country
• ::: toifight llatiCT lien. Seigel for Prtiotsire
0 The tlermans know that Mu. country ),-
=‘ : ite neutral in the war, azill that It
lold be illegal for any organized body
it leave the land toloin the foreign army.
1. Indirldmle they can go and then eallat
. t ter arrival on the other side. I lowever,
' 4 "Idle their ryinpathies. pray,' ra and money
.re for Prussia, bu few will
.. be foolhardy l
l
. "tough to erotical ocean for the pleasure
'k r a 'fighting the 'reach, nor will wary
~il.. ' ' lirench Americafis be found eager to get
a • i IMO the fight. • ..,
I, 1
1 Tikwr. candldatea on the "new part:
. '. ticket who are assuring their ' friends
' .: daily that It will be withdrawn, are still
idenounced by the C.ommerrial es the au
t there of "sheer inventiens;" niuf"coined
i 'falsehoods." It crmanande them peremp
; unify to -etame their falschund,!” It le
hinted too that if they do not "cease their
falsehoods" certain letters will he given
c '. to the public, which may not be to their
t - advaniage.• This letter-Imblishing boil:
f nem iejust •'ity Policy." - But really we
' i think the Member. of a party co young,
anti so imall that it rennet reenter four.
teen individual's, as peen in the fact that
I the Committee which was "clothed with
I: full power" to fill "all Sacaneiee" have
-.tnot succeeded in filling one, should have
no ground for muarrel: fientlemen, the
". 1 qnarrel le not oure,bitt we would earneef.
Of ly entreat of ylu• for the sakC .of the good
•. 'old Itepublicau mitt) . from which you
1
have/seceded, to have more coneideration
for each other's character for veracity.
• BuMly in a small and select party of - lees
'- • than fourteen, there shriuld not be found
lone "sheer Inventor" or "coiner of. false
_a hoods.". Still, whereier the want of ve
rarity May lie, three gentlemen .ae
- sure us . the ticket will he withdrawn
. ilt and that'll' -dthdravral ban been decided
:... l• upoti. Let there heno atilfe among you.
4,' Let thesentliChievous letters of '.solicits , '
Ilion" and "acceptance" be published:
Their publiattlon will do good. -We have
. .
.„• had some' In • type for a_ long, time, and
l• would like-Ito get. a chance to piddlib
i them. Then after the letters are publish..
' - i ed, glee us the resolution 'of withdrawal,
4 But above aU things, and for the. sake of
"I'''i the old' motter'whom you have abindcM.
1 , * ed, do not quairel among yourselves, not
brand- each other as "coiners of - false
74. hood.” It is mit'imoonfmg„ especially in
. 7 " .. . t "reformers.". "Cease" it for -your own
.I t Wito wrote the Secret treaty. Bismarck
,
. or Benedetti ? Tide mooted qu'estion
i . seems to find settlement and full answer
1 in the fact that the manuscript hat. been
:,„ laid by Illiaparek.onen to the inspection_
i / of all the foreigairoliastere at Berlin, and
.f.: the writing le by the land of BenedeUL
It',,t. Doubtless Bismarck Is not so innocent in
ithe matter as he would have the outside
world believe. The - treaty places France ,
-,;, In an awkward position, and Its publics
. .. thin will tend to more certainly fii the
' current of public sympathy against her.
1 By Chili treaty , France offered to acknow
ledge the. title of Prussia to the tent
'.' ' bade, she bad aboorberlln the course of
tthe war, and to cm:tient to the M . :don of
i North and South Germany, prMAded the
German provinces now edibraced in Cis
!
. . kith= Austria were not included. In
ritem _for' this Prtiesia was to permit
....
,I France to rett Luxemburg and Belgium !
1. , Three conditiens sound rather singu'ar as
-.
. x i. 1 coming from Prance, whoa° wily Erepemr
declared only a few days ago that the
- .' I r war was waged to•put an end to the air
- Iv:widen of Prussia, and in the tame
.' . breath he proclaimed that he had no de.
_.,. eigns against any of the neutral powers.
- Vn referring to the complimtioni which
probably Le brought about by the de
, ~• ve pement of the secret treaty; the New
• ..- ''Y''k Tribmie remarke :
1 e hare little doubt that England In
rk.-7.,,, ,
die , ez i e; w gene m y
6 w roL iti re co h7 m . e , r lo.o the rescue indepi o f n
is
deuce she bound, in common d when En
with g o la th n e d r
. .
powers, to guarantee; an
, '.....1 has enter the field it is hard to. 'say
... what other allianoei may Allow. We may
possibly see the greeter part of Europe
,'• ' . arrayed 'MMUS the Thiel Napoleon as it
was formerly arrayeikegainsti the First:
. ,'''.•'. But there will be no such 's truggle now
as there wan in the time of t hat splendid
military whose glory the present
_ I _ ruler of the Tuileries Is trying wimpy.
'.• England In capable alone of d ling
. France.it terrible blow , for Emrlan can
• , cope .Wun the French navy an open the
' - - Pripet** portie.liin neutralize . a y French
nem:Wird In the direction of t e North
\.. ' Bea, and with the cooperation off Belgium
‘
\ : sea licillaed randefeat. Napoimues per.
Eriegt,'nakißg a bane of operations
u in
\
. t . , , -The rumored erne tion .ot
~ tr is equivalent to a rumored alliance
\ between France and Italy, and we pre ,
A.. - s ome there Is already an Laßelle) of souse
'kind between France and Spain: but
t
• neither Prim nor, Victor Entmanuel Is in a
k condition tO give Napoleon much': help.
I es for Maeda and Austria, it will be'
.., strange if. in, slue., face of this nevi die.
i.liken.9 , they enter the quarrel on. the
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:\'ll,
...
;g 1, rAIiERIcAN NOVELS.
i
t \ The world is divided into two chisars\•
i teems who mad novels and thiso; elm dl
1; ,ocri.. The fanner of these is very large
1 an to be constantly increasing, es.
pee essue
g . 11] tune in America . where the de.
I mend greats greater every day for fresh
1, lichen." This' bang-the case it is some.
~..', et tWhat Angular that we have produced so
' few novel makent—co few that hitherto
Webare, depended aimed, enti r ely for our
• . i
supply u pon F.trope. It larrue that early
t• in the century Mr. .FerinimOre Conner
I
. ' wrote isseries of novel, but. they have
, . long ceased LO be read, In this the court
- try_of their birth, beyond a: very,limited
extent, although they find their place In
- -' Meet litandete libiMAea: Then Dr:Holmes
, k Das written two novels • which'are favorites
every where.l Major Winthrop began in
a yvaj , that . prolitised great things, but
death intervened before thepreutime could
be.tulfill d . i Mrs. Stowe has written-Bev
ltooks which would never have gained
any renown if the purposes for. which
they were Written bad been less promi
ndntly before. the phblie, and Mr.
has writteti one really great fiction.
Which leads zll the others, as Vahity Fair
steels all other novels ever written. lint
s a general thing we are not in the habit
of esirertitig much in thin line front 00
country. and when we Thad of a no
serlil story by. cUstinguished American
author, we do not ezpect Any thing either
Tory entertaining or very,elegnstly writ,
is it:•contit our tmton-
.ecently the greater
.ere called upon to read
4 American . novels: and
them to bo really; better than
a average of imp.lrted literature of the
same class. "The fatly of the Ice, - by
Jame. de. Mille,. A a racy, rollicking,
cH of
honk, somewhat after the manner
of laver's earlier full of f resit
humor and told with .',fluency and rapidity
which is very pleasing lo the reader. There
is very !lile depth and E . l{) purpose cat iill. l ,
in the book, but .it a lively, agreeable .. .l
story' Well told and capital forreading
in these hot sumer days. being exciting
and somewhat eensatinnal, without a hint
I o f real immorality into beginning to end.
But to ~hook of more...pretensions is
Van Kortiand, which k's tilled with
startling situation., sed wonderful sense s lPA., but, in • which there 1 . are
several- we ll drawn characters, who
act • and talk in such a nat.'.
ral American way that we can not big
Wender that - so much of the navel writer's
highest art has been 6io long undiscovered.
'There are characters intended to be - Rni - lic
which might have been left out alto
gether. and the book, a. an entertaining
story, as well as a work of art, would Lave
been. greatly improved . if it had been
pruned of numerous side scenes between
each characters, Which are dull, uninter
outing and sometimes almost coarse. But
the main plot and characters are none of
these; they are 'a fair reflection of auCh
American people, as' We frequently see,
and.there , is among theta nothing what.
liver for which the author is indebted to.
English fiction. The scers are laid' in
Now York city and in the Pennsylvania
coal regioniCir the vicinity of Wilkes
bairn, and the Incidenia.of a ininers'etrikl,
the falling in of a mine and tho breaking
Loose of an ascending car filled with ladies '
and. gentlemen, are graphically and
t
ingly depicted.
The author (or authoress, we iunigine,l
has two poeullaritiea, lie is a ritualistic
E[160.01111111, but does not mate the fact
very 'prominent, ex i cepting in his detests
tiono of Presbyterianism; and be is not' a
New Englander, and glories in • the fact,
but even to persons who are Yankees and
Calvinist. this book Will, we feel, sure.
prove very entertaining and agreeable
r.
reading,.
rely crud
\\'ev Nester
Er=
t rentnal t,l
PRIVAT ' EERING
The practice "!'' employing merchant
vessels to prey upon the commerce of an
enemy : dates far hick into the ages of the
peat. There was a time when, even\ in
European countries, public fleets were
not kept up permanently.. In those days,
when governments went to war. they hid 1
to impress merchantmen into the naval'
service. But It was usual also for pri
vate persons to tit nut vessels, either O.
their own;or the public expense, for the
purpose of engaging'in naval warfare..
The system of privateering has in I
modern times been connidered by ninny
to be of doubtful propriety, and by others',
is tuljustifiable, because it' engenders a
spirit of plunder. eradicates the sense of
private right and nourishes a spirit ef
rsPacity. Dr. Franklin says,
."The prac
tire CA rohhing merchants on the high
seas, a remnant of ancient piracy, though
it May he accidentally, beneficial tol'par
titular persons.-is far from being profit
able'to all engaged in it. or to the nation
that authorises it." In the treaty which
he drew up in 1785, between the United
States and Srussia, it was stipulated that
neither of the parties entering into the
contract should grant letters of marque to
any private armed vessel empowergin it
to prey Upon or interrupt the commerce
of the other. •A similar provision was
made in i treaty. between .- the United
States and France in 1789. the Nether
lands inl 792. and England in 1794. Ad
we sated .n few days ego; - the, leading
powers in Europe agreed to abandon I-ni
t:steering in the Parts treaty of 1856.
But whilst the practice of privateering
is attended by many evils, the right of 1
one belligerent to .employ: it against
j l
another is almost universally conceded.
Such a system of` warfare would be Ligh
t, advantageous to the United States,
whose navy is not maintained on the same
grand scale as that of some European na
tions, if engaged in a conflict', with Eng- I
land, 'France or any,,otber great naval
power. . A belligerent has a right to crip
ple his enemy In every pessible way eon
,
este* with the laws of humanity. By
resorting to it a nation with - an inferior
natal' force and extensive commercial ma
rine can cope more successfully' with an
adversary who has a large a 1 wellequip
, ped fleet at his commend. '
..,
During the administmtion„ of Franklin:
Pierce our government Rigid ed- its will
input" to Kilpz the treety of Paris which
abolished Proved;privatecring, d the con
:lcting Tellies would, agre , that the
private property of the stNjeci, or citizen
of a belligerent on the; high news should
he exempted from seizure by the public
armed vessels of the other belligerent, ex
cept it be contraband -of war,", The
'amendment was not entertained by the
powers who signed the "declaration," and
our government refused become a. party
tolls transaction:
War is waged, by a. imam and not by
an individual, although all the citizens of
the belligerents are :s
the
be at
I war with each other,No private.person
ha s
a right to seize. the commerce of
another nation with which his own is at
war: unless he has been duly commission.
ed '.ei do no. ln the treaties-referred to
above it was 'declared that privateering
would be held to be . nothing lean than
pirrtey, and if an individual should seize
the commerce evenpf a belligerent with.,
out tieing possessed of. letters' of - marque
~
he would be4reated as a pirate. No pri
veto 'citizen has a right to wage an unan
tlunlzed
war even agalnet an active ene
my' of his own nation. Nor have neutrals.
say right to cruise against the commerce
of a belligerent or a neutral.
Every pritetter_muat be duly 'cortimis
sieSeld by the constitutional authorities
of the nation under whose, flag he Wale '
forth nu his oiyage of plunder and de
-strnction. It Behings to the Congree IA
the llnited States. to grant lettere Of
rnaenue,ana reprisal, and without these
&me would be - authorised under any air- :
mitestancee to go,forth on a anise of. pri
vs-tearing:even against the commerce of
, a belligerent. ' .
thaw% therefore, who talk about sweep.
lug . the COMMICCO of England from . the
seas, in retallatkut ,for the destraction of
property by the Alabama. Provided she
should tie draen. into .the European war,:
dr:, not.tioderatand the usages which regu
late such a :sirateM at. warfare. Privateer:
ills .is not a lawless Mactice , ; "none but
those who harei..rei;eived a legal coinmis-
Oro have any rit, l llg toolallare in it. The
latest accounts are that s neutral flag pro'
y., ~ ~' P ~W..a~~~ ~,{.
~~wk*ay.. ~a S..xS .^' f`.•Z'••~_•' , . ` ^rH'GSl+.w•~+~.£:. 4 'C f<^.
:L.`k..fis+k:'.S~G: 3lY f-cam .:.?rS'.N.'ldK'~„nt'.yc ✓`ii~Vv.. a~~rs~~fd~ti'i I
t ~...
PITTSTSURGIT DAILY
tette; the enemy's mereliandize. except it
be contraband of war ; and thatthe Mer
chandise of a neutral, except coutraband '
of war, is not seizable under a foreign flaw.
T.
The. tr. ly of Paris is to be carried out.
But evet :if England were at..IW with It
tipwer t tot , did not sign that treaty• no
would Intee at right to ant:troy
verve-of th.• high ~..a,. If\ ve
lIME=I=
THE tilifTEll STATES NAV l' c '
W e tiud the, following -interesting \de
ils in the Baltimore A merinos :
,---,---.
-
iI :R A s vr Ar,IrRE el.iir , r. or Tut: wan
lAt the char. of the war our navy tea
-t i ring in ironeher vessels of varirin
ti Ica„ heavily aimed and admirabl,
• iapted for coast defence. We had and
~Sr broadside ironclad; the New- IRA
ides, fit to go to era as a nuiSer. and eh
now a wreck off League Wand ill th
Delawarew river. The-. drruhle turrette
nionitnrs, such as the Monadnock. Mia
Olio: unit and 'Terror, hail made vrivag
is foreign lands, and had clearly Aviv
hemselves capable of taking care
bentselves in stormy weather nt sea. al
hough DO one claimed that they could
conduct a tonitict in a heavy sea-way
Our cruisers are now. and have alwar
been, wooden ships, satisfactory enougl
• lit their way, but quite unit to meet tie
foreign iron-clad broadside ships, *Wel
ore-pow seen orr‘Ottlar toolbars in al
prink of the globe... In case of a war Wit
any of the leadiog, European powers, or
in rose of tirss serious complications,when
ft — became net...story to display a naval
force of the I , eaiest. eifective strength' to
meet any emerwmcy, it will
. be interest•
1g to. bow exactly what we -would he
tole to do.
•TIIE C:IIE:AT MON-CLAD srxems\
League Island, the great ipM-clad \ sta
tkin of the Enited States., lies six miles
below Philadelphia, on the Delaware
river, and to the popular eyrr; So xoncl .
having been written about it,.it most la. I
grand and magnificent uavaLarsenal; witl
immense. dry -locks, huge machine - steles
splendia'storehouscs and all the other as
cesitary I?uililings on a scale commensurat
with the demands of a first class navy,
,eaving the Philadelphia Navy Yard on
me of its tugs. the euthesiastie visitor to
..eague island; filled with splendid visions
if a second Toulon. would find his fine
trinities rudely dispelled when his eye first
.aught sight of the - long, low. marshy
and unimpressive 'island, around whose
shores are mrarred nearly half of the iron
clad'uovy of the Uniterl States,:resting
and tosti i iiein ordinaq. -
.AN IeII..ANI/ SONIr.TIME , UNDER. WATER,
The island lies so low that spring fresh
ets overflow .it and enable adventurous
sailors to ?VW 'Derr II better part of •it in s
small bat. Fortner proprietonr, either ar
a protection to their crops or to Nave th,
islanditbelf from the rapacious and cow
mining, sweep of the Delaware, built a
slight stone wall on the riverside, which
has, eicept in two or three itortances, tole
rably well touteetral the island from
Hoods. .. .
Before the Navy Department can at
tempt to make any expenditures on works
of a . permanent nature on the island it
moat construct a fifirt,,class sea wall, lest a
raging Hood, might some day sween off
the light sandy soil, and carry Otr with it
the naval station forever.
On this. island there are two or three
houses now occupied by the boatswain
dot col Order of the station: Such of the
officers - Of the stattion as are compelled \to
reside there find quartets on the old sa l.
Mg aloop-of-war St. Louis, whirhSbas bet
housed over and fitted upV, rificriminorlat
rear officers and .. tneu. The St. Louis i
red alongside -the island, and by het
he tremendous iron-clad vessel ale
itam.desigtied by Ericsson, but yet •it
ncomplete suite. ,
s u single turreted monitor, In
guus, Iting, sharp.
like rant, calculated to run through
shiptatioat if hey engines (Mold drive
at the speed intended. lire itntnemse e.
glues are already aboard and in place, but
her turret is still laying in her hold. ready
to be put up at any time. It would re
tiniest more than sit mouths to make the
Puritan ready for sea. Lying ahead of
the colossal iron clad is the magnificently
costly failure the Chattanooga. a wooden '
ship, designed for a swift ocean cruised
but now thoroughly and hopelessly rotten.
ere, she ever breasted or plunged through
the seas of the Atlantic. .Her engines.
costing more than eight hundred thonsaud
dollars. are to be taken out and placed in
the Connecticut. a larger craft.now build
ing in the Boston yard. The only return
the Itovernment will ever receive for its
outlay of nearly eight hundred thousand
dollars on her hull will be for the old iron.
ookier and decaytal timber which may
come out of her. when she is broken up.
Astern of the Puritan. with 'her turret and
smokestack properly covered ,. lies the
single turreted monitor Canonicus, awry..
ing onils.inch and one I loinch gun. She
has seen service flitting the war, and
bears in many places honorable saws
gained in the hot conflict. The ('anonicus
is the only irou.clad at League Island
which is ready for sea. She can be coaled
and sent to the I rent, if that be not too far,
distant, in one week. She hex been re
cently repaired and made ready tWrespond
at a moment's .call. and is, for that class
of vessels, very efficient and vubtable.
NILE t.vltw: PITANNE
On the insid_eThf -the iisland. 'snugly •
bundled away, with turrets-and smoke
stacks :covered, and everything CO:fitfully,
arranged to prever t unnatural deterioration
and decay, lie fifteen monitors of various
'styles and sired. Sonic' of them were
originally of the famous light draught de
scription—so light, indeed, that they could
not carry their armor.' A ,liberal expen
diture of money applied to building up
their decks obviated that trilliog defect in
their original plan.
TIIE SIONTION 10 05.C1..5115.
thus laid up in -ordinary on the -inside
channel Of the island are the Algoma, 2
guns; Catskill, 2; ("oboes, light draught,
2; Jason, 2; Lehigh, 2: Hoke, 2: Nahant,
2; Nanlacket, 2, Napa, light draught, I;
Nausea, 2; N lobe 2; fesegn, 2; Passaic, 2:
Suncook 2, and Yazoo), 2. Several of them
did loug'and splendid service in Charles
ton harbor . and olf Wilmington, and
would doubtless be equally effici
ent, did 'Opportunity ofilw," in the
fortress. The batteries of all these_
vessels are laid away at the. Philadelphia
Navy Yard, as there is as yet no ordinance
yard established at League Island. The
engines are carefully covered with a coat
' I ing of beesw as and. black lead, which
protects the iron and steel and prevents
rust.- Not one of these henclads could
be got ready for sea in- several monfbs,
but eventually could be put in excellent
condition. Ail, of co are designed
for home deferral and could aid our forts
tind the torpedo force in keeping opt of
harbors an ex fleet of iron-clads, but
they are in no sense fitted for' offensive
warfare to be carried ou in foreign seas.
Our navy; for that prirpose has not vet
bean designed, much lean built, While
Congress will not appropriate money for
that purpose the Department manages by
strict economy to prevent in a measure I
the deldruetion of what force we already
possess, built up as,it was fur home uses,
and is very slowly adding to our small
force of wooden:aim-In cruisers. Espe
cially hasit exhillited-commendalde care
in preserving - Ito' well as may be, our fleet
lof won cladii. ' . -..
'[RE PERSONNEL AT LEAGUE IsLAND.
At League Island a strong staff of our
cleverest and most experienced engineers
are retained on duty, to keep a constant
watch on the vessels lying there, end to
do all fu their - power to see that they suf
,
fer no more titan the. usual depreciation
caused by time and non usage in their_
bulls and - tuachinery. I am .oOnfident
front a careful examination that nothing
could be better managed than the work
entrusted tootle offirers at League island.
. . .
THE NEW ORLEANS' STATION BROKEN UE.
As you ire doubtless ready Informed
the Department lout girebt orders to break
up the tout.clad station. Illnnot .New Orleans
and to send to League leland'all the sea ;
going iron-this to be permanently laid
up with' tioilr rutty .hiethren for the day
iitrietki;. - Tits irmi.clicls built for river
service -in. the West;will probably be sent
to Mounttl'ity to be laid up. The Island
will thus become the sole station for sea
going Iron-dada nor In use or stationed at
varioaa navy yenta for harbor defence. -
Tile IRON-CLA IS CRI:IsINO.
At present the Iron •lada.in commission
aro the Terror and Idlintonomah, doable
turreted monitors, four guns each. and the
Ericsson monitors, Saugus, two guns.
The doubleturreted j Amphitrite, four
guns; is lying off the ikraral at
Annapolis, and, with some repairs and a
proper creW, can be slat to sea in a short
THeifleri-CLADS ON THE PACIFIC SIDE;
at the Mare's leland - Navy . Yard Bay o
n
,‘
S' t , i ‘ i , : x • r Ed
tuns,.utb l le * ., ' ;:u ' n ' t
a rt , rt:ed.hi:tiiaii,ti‘ni:,r,i:ut :It d 4 u n d , l r of it:T e:
i ,,,
\
0 guns. 'rite latter vessel , • sent out
'an Francisco-in pieces du n the late
after suffering all 60 of min
. one of which Was b g sunfi
iv. tvaslinallv raised. pu to,fether
-.wildly made ready for 5 , . re i,,,,,
eacel.b,nt condition, and pre
,o-y way to perfortit ‘ e . licient
- weeks notice. The'Wmad
• built
In t h e ihiston Navy
it better adltpted .f.ir. MI;
tlism_Sapt.
_i%ti.7,,,„,,fs
.. N .
agli ~,,.. .et system invent ed 'by
A gentleman water returned, -was tit,
.rst turreted Ship that made ft tug ',ea
sipup , . It, will lit, remembered • that
tinder this e+llllllllllltl Or I.ll,Utelllttll Coln'
manlier Franc% M. Dunce she 61,0111
panital—ifear. Admiral John (lodgers'
squadron around Cape-Dorn lot, the Pa.
rifle . Ocean, and. finally to San. Francisco.
where shr was put out of commission.
Thu .51tonadnock first demonstrated the
fact that turreted ships of that elasicould
to, sent to distant seas-with safety, and
the subse.tuent cruise atilt,. Minuninottuth
to-the ports of Emma. satisfacterily con
firmed the faith of the Navy Department
in their sea-going qualities. 'rule Motuni
nnek carries • four fifteen-inch - gnus, and
with; a smaller consort, the Camanche,
would nflbrdlmnplc protection to St u n Fruit ,
'loco against any enemy's. 'Vessels OVCir
ikely to be found in the Pacific.
MEM
, N ME ATLANTIC 'COIO4
. .
the - mouth of the Mississippi and
ports protected by the river iron
, x nt Mound City and the monitors
Orleans. That squadron consists
monijore Ajas .2 guns; hilith,2 guns;
guns; Klamath. 2 guns; Manhattan.
- 4 guns; IlMisput, 2 guns; IVyandotte,
guns; Is ruin, 2 guns, - and. the iron-Ands,
Chickasaw,3 guns; Rewaydin, 4 gune:.stal
Winnebago, 4 guns, at New Orleans,. and
the Marietta, 2 guns; Osceola, 2 guns. and
Sandusky, ri guns, at Mound City- As we
before reMarked, the monitors are to be
sent to League Island; the balance will
remain in the Mississippi. Cruizing in
the tiulf at this moment .are the double
turretysi• monitor Terror. 4 guns; Dictator.
2 gutis . and the Saugus, 2 guns, with lira&
quarters at Key West. At Washington.
- covering the Chesapeake and Jll.lllOl river.
are the monitors Mahopae, 2 guns: Mon
tauk, 2 guns, and the light draught mom
hors llero nnd Vigeatalita, each armed
with one gnn. League Island covers thy
!Delaware..and ftiF
•
NEW YORE DEFENCES
Ind only at thin tittle the litate.turre
umitor Roanoke, nix gull —al eiel
steant floating hattery- , hich Con
f gnat nerviest in defends tg the It
iu conjunction with the &stun of t
titi. the lower bay and the • torpedt
ch wintld obstruct the ... elm Mel to I.
. • '
11.1ST,IN .
there are thePliantouSurnali,
reted*, monitor, tour. guns: the Klruivnee,
twottnus, had the light draught monitor
Wassue, oneigun. There are ho iron
clads at the Portsmouth Navy Yard and
none stationed on the Eastern .oast. A
squadron mold soon be distribute , " among
the Eastern ports for harbor defnce in
ease oti s hecesslty.
At the Naval Academy, Annapolis, used
as a I,Malee : Nitip. is the double turretted
monitor Amphitrite, nearly ready tor sea
service, and at the Brooklyn Navy Yardis
the - mysterious. quaint. and odd-looking.
monitor,
•
THE TORPEDO ROAT sPI . YTEN,DI' I 'r
an otie.ive engine of., great power, und
one thatis ; . reckoned on to blow, up any
fleet of iron dads that maY .attempt to
enter Saw York harbor on:a hoStile er
rand. These vessels that have been
enumerated constitute the ironclad rimy
of the United States. .They carry . 104
guns, more than two-thirds of which art;
of fifteetvinch The balance are eleven.
inch. smooth litres or two hundred pound
er rifles. For home defence this squad
rim would undoubtedly prove •ainp4
strong if wisely distributed. • Beside
. theo. there are on the stocks, well ad
vanced, at the New Nork Navy Yard;
thi
'olomtms, 10 guass...Massachusetts. double
tOrreteil moaner. 4 suns. at P,,rtsmotwl
Navy Yanl. Nebraska, tool urreis, 4 gun -
Philsidelphia Navy lord. and tide Oregor
two turrets, 4 guns, at Boston.
The armor and turrets of these shit
are all ready 0 be put on, thouh.'
would require a year or m ore to get titer
ready for sea.
Worth :Searching Fo,
The Poldir a Parisian .ne
Makes the following statement,
will excite cupidity lu not a few ho
It relates to. nothing less than a Tres. estimated at more than $660.000 rat,
buried in the forest of Bondy, which t.
about eight miles northeast of Paris.
The matter has been brought before the
Corps Legislatif by, petition. The peti•
tiouer alleges. swan historical fact, that
during the night of the 16th of January.
1793, a 'bol containing the jewels and
ornaments of, Louis XVI. and Marie
Antoinette, with parchments and title
deeds belonging to the Royal family, and
also their private correspondence. Kite
carried ea' front the Chateau -of Mudon,
and buried in the forest. A carpenter, of
the name of Faure,had been in possession
of a minutely detailed list of the articles.
and tire document oontain..l a description
of the local surroundings and henchmarks
which would enable any one to hod
the place where the treasure was bu
ried. Several clandestine attempts had
been made to discover the spot. but with
out mtemse. The list was accidentally de
stroyed daring a fire. but M. Feuer can
give a complete description of the chest,
and he an enumerate the objects whieli
'it-contained, via 1. An oval medallion, of
the side of-la six franc piece, set with pre
ciousmtdoes, iind-representing on the, one
side fouls XVI, and - on -the other Marie
Antoinette. - 2. Sin pairs of--bracelets.
3. 'A large number of rings. 4. A P - air-ot
springs liar the ears. 5. A diadem. \ 6. 4
crucifix. 7. A "ride pothe." H. A collar,
containing from 72 to 78 pearls. 9. A vio
let colored costume, ornamented with Ire,,
and jewels. 10. The ornaments of- the
Xing. it. Hit secret correspondence.
12. The title deeds:and Parchments of the
'royal . family. These details -were all
given in the burnt list, which, two-meet,
estimatedohe value of the Queen's jewels
at $6:25,000. The l'ub/ic gives uo expla•
nation as to how the' list canto into \
eh
possession of Id. Faure. He surely cool
not have betel old tMougliinl7 93 to hit
been Made the depositary of such a noire
Nor - does it stale what'the. Corps begisl
tif is asked to do In the matter.
A Dangerous Water Pipe.-
-- -
terom the Boston Journal oecir.
Attention has been Imlled several
in the Journal to the dangemur charac.
of the galyanized iron pipe when. em.
played for conducting water to - he used
for culinary putposes. Instances' of se
vere pOironing from the use of this pipe
are continually coming to our notice, and
we are' led once' more to coutiiin row
readers against it. It is althost! a crime
for manufacture Wand dealers to recom
mend thin zinc.vivered iron pipe for water
conduit, se .theyi-,theieby Jeopardize the
ta ,
health, and rhapr jthe lives, of pur
chasers. Whel this pipe climes from the
hands of th manufettnrers, At bar
a fresh, clean appearance, and to
those who do. not understand the
nature of the covering . the I idea
is conveyed that it will not'oxidize or, rust
like ordinary iron pipes. - . But this ir an
error; it will rust even more rapidly than
clean iron in most localities. The super.
ficial covering •of zinc is rapidly deem,
posed under the influence di°frit - airy
pond and spring waters, and the oxide,
carbonate and chloride of zinc are formed,
which salts are of a deletitiiinutor poiren
ous character. This covering of zinc on
the interior la attacked immediately when
water Is allowed to Now through, and in.
Some instances we have known it to be
entirely removed in forty-eight h • ours.
The . insoluablo carbonate of 'zinc is seen
to float upon the water ,In the teakettle,
and other water vessels u4d,in families,
and this has'often . ' created alann,where
no suspicions previously- evicted. We
hope thewewspaper preen throughout tq
eirttntry Will caution. their readers against
the are of this pipe. for wider supply.
_ •
14,03,1:c0 his Italian tour, Dickens was
condrietoniver e. certain monastery by a
young monk, who, though a native of the
country, spoke very fluent English, with
the _exception of . frwusntly misplacing
hit v's w's. On :D ickens' inquiring if
be had ever been in England. he said that
he 'had not, but had learnt the language
from a book that he brought forward,
which. proved to he ticopy of Pickwick.
It thus appears that 3lr. Samuel Weller
was responsible for the peculiarity of his
pronunciation.
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A rgw valve-slide lute been invented by
N. J., Irian, which. it is said.
will greatly Inereaie the power of loco
motive,. It Will draw an ordinary pas.
anger train at thri rate of eighty miles
an hour, and save twenty per cent. in
fuel.
GAZETTE : FRIDAY - MORNING, JULY 29, 48,70
THE GERMAN FATHERLAND.
trwn German Or Eimst Merit.
Arndt. by JArtiell Clarence Mangan.)
Litt
J •
'
Ix't the.ptrand
I:Eihilg•rtrim?
,rim,d
M ben, prow.
Is t where th
—No yet na
Must Dr thof
How of II they then the GP1191.11 . 1111.d ?
Buyer., Itrunmetrk ? Ilium thou *calmed
tt when* %h.. Zuydur 7,e extend.
Whore etylinsi toll the Iron bend,
5u,1.4111, nu -thou heel,. .puuned
Toe a uonutue Yetherlend
Fatherland
m.t•lt
tw
•Ivesater
where Danube sweeps
Not let I fleraand
an's Fatherland!
he'r . ;llrs the Gartutt it's laud
art that untabnyiterra land f
'Tyr aht men mountain. rise 7
nI dearly KU?.
alle%
Ip a r
tweet., tannod--•
L. am the ttarraan's hold
Where. theret,e. Ilea the German's land
Itaptlge that great. that ancient land
'Tie autely AnNtria, p tttttt I and bold.
In wealth oninatellad:ln glory
01 e'hauwtta her ttttt Kallgii
Mit /the IS not the lineman'. land
Baptiset, Where Iles The ertenolned e
that greet. that nnelent land!
AlFtheel Ur horrwine—that gem
reheheil trout the Ith, , erial Diadem
wiles w bids oriheely trencher, I.lhh" d
No' these are 1101. tiro ti e man Jana!
Where. therefore. Iles the iierntsol land
Name now at last that mighty!
Where've resounds the outman tongue
\ V han3 German Ilystzna to Gad are sena -
Th. gallant brother take thy stand!
That is the German's Vat herland
That to Idv , land. the land .f lan..
Whore rows bind km. than el.V.'d Imnd ,
Where Valor Rah, a the na,lnna•.se.
Where 1.41•15 and Truth ItCdeel.
And Zeal enkindles Freadnng, hrand—
Thal la the Cierluan's Fatherland
That la tile iierinall's Fatherland
Where flute'pursues eseh foreign hand -
Whim
Frenchman
the motto for friend.
Wh re nchman the name for dond.
An Endive's yoke Is spurned and banned.-
Th IL lathe German i a Fallturhtadi
Thlathe German's Fatherland!
grit tial ` nowt. and bless that land
AXI , : her noble children souls
To cherlah ahllo &aisle's. rolls,
And love lth heart. nnd ai *HT hand.
Their Universal Fatherlandd
/ 21!!!1=1
AIkERICAN SAFFRON
AMERICAN SAFFRON
IRLRI STORE. corner of Penn and Sloth It
I'IIE'ULOOD biIL3SMIKR.
The Mood deteriorates In but weather, Itroftm
noir/Mon deprives It of a portion of. Its nom . .
ping and ermluillve pryertleit. ConseettentlY.
I Manure, the flesh totes In seine, dessee. Its
rrunere, the muscles Inch their tooml elasticity
o stgor. Ind the welelirof the body diminishes.
Timm° are clear indleations . thst the ordinary rub
ply of the life-sustalnlng plidciple afforded by the
net. Is not nunicient to meet the rapaire
the system tinder a high temperature.
faller M. 013 for this. besides the direct
ti the heat. vls • the idsa of appetite and
f the distestfve powers which It
tWere circumstanced a whole
la evidently needed. and the twat
and esfett Iv Ilostetter's fitiortraeh Bitten. This
admirable vegetable tonic and alterative; !mil fa
vorably upon the system Inneveral vrays.!, It In
crease. the appetite and facilitates
thereby inclining the stomach to receive en/ the
bllng It to assimilate sane amount of nourishment
It alvo tone, t fie related secrettveOntans and
th
tonvels. tinder Its operation the atom's.
of soaei
ution.occasioned be the drain through toe
Is arrested. the whole frame refreshed end leels,-
°rated. and tho spirits exhilarated. The riypep
tic, the bilious. the neer eus.the debilitated. litaree
ly need lobe told that it 11 precisely the stimulant
and cert.:retire they ought to take at this seas it.
Thousands of them trims the fact by ei.pekonee
Nothing in the pharmacopeia nor out of will
warmly its place—ilatat of all the. Inuhr Lnrlear
tram. which some unacruptilmta dealers wield be
glad. for the benellt.tlitivair own pocketa,t peddle
out in da stead.'
/".4 11 $
OP V I
FABER &,
VAN DOREN
367 Liberty Stiee
rrrreauxdi l .PA.
STEAM ENGINES,
OVIN 4 , 41411 , WOUD
MA,CII.INER - Y ,
Steam .Pumps,
Engineers' and Machinists' Tools, .
STEAM FIRE .ENGINES
BEuriNG,
Woolen Michinery, Machine Card
flrdiannfacturers' and 11111 Su.
pllcw A Constant simply - on hand il.
tfurntediet on short notice.
C11.1.31£1113 0301_.1C1'1'.E1)
CTRAFti,
T
Ilt(TtS
CO.
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Mianufactuxexii_of
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Cook)n( , and -I-katinp•
STO VES,
RAGES, FURNACES.
AND ,
Fine\Grate :Fronts,
•INCLIJOINU TIM
COLIT ‘ MiII A COOT ST9VE,
. i--
(.
Confiders e Cook Stove,
Tel
DOUBLE -OVEN 111 PROVED
.1
Cooking - Range,
Niles linliroved Star Range
Atr, t
FIERY MN ACE
Libefiy Strelet.
L&SD
&
Virginia and. Louis,
Fine (pi Chewing and MOM/ T Was,
T) HaITIIi ' IEW STRUT Pll,lO
WI?
fIOLMES, BELL & 0,
ANCHOR COTTON'mid%
lisr;tif.t... of EIZAVY WWII* nal LIGHT
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA
• \
Sheeting and Batting.
NEW ADVERTISENCENTS
NEW GOODS
SEMPLP,
SO and lid' Federal Street,
MC=
A FULL LINE OF
BLACK AND COLOR
'SASH RIBBONS
•
LADIES' AND CULDIIE
Linen _Snits,
AAVery
alenchi Laces.
Kdaingo.d Inpectinga
Ilaadkorchlats.
Tara. Mu...
to and Jot Jawelry.
Hats, Bonnets and Sand
VERY CHEAP
At llitte, White Linea Towels. Turkel It Bard
At 20c. largo plea Linen Towels.% prat twat.
At 84c. Fast Calopott Cancan.
At PI Ve, Fast Colo'red Calicoes. a good 0 cola.
At 12Kc,Fast r01.6d Lawns.
At 12tie. Striped Alpacas.' •
At 30c. Balmoral Ntlrla, full siva
At . fiF,t.3o. all Wad Far m& Shaats.
AT
SEISIPLE'S
180 and IS° Federal Street.. .Allegheny
'ILL BE ISSUE
800 N.
PITTSBURGH;
ndustries
,& Conuterce.
FACTS AND FIGURES
THE
Growth, and Presentl rysperity
Rcprtientathe Manufacturing laterals
OF PITTSBURGII.
cgr_tit4 r!tinvi.}l4.U4lFEWll.4 BS MACK
.Leading Hotels
VI . 1 ,
TRADE OF , PITTSBURGH
The VOiYol.l•nii infnial and bound 1n.a . 70 n.
toth.no attempted to dn. Its 9
•
pane has been
Assgned to Advertisers,
NIANEFACTIAERS AND BUSINESS MEN
For their Favors
COWRY,)
E. A. MYERS P lAlshers
, ta
JAMES MILLS,
CFR a Pat with Gold
Our New,Stock
DRY GOODS
- • . NOTIONS_..
_ AT .
EASTERN PRICES
Examine our Goods & Prices
ARBUTHNOT,
SHANNON Si CO,
206 and 208
EMCEE
acco.
BEGARS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NEW GOODS'
AT
WM IMP E'S,
ISO and 1:2 Federal tilrirl.
GREAT BARGAINS
_,,,
IN
SUMMER SHAW L.
• cAssrm:E
.Es, .
JEANS & COTT, NADES
VERY CHEAP.
Housekeeping Dry Goods
Very Low ices
AT
WM. NEMPLI
• POOL FVICTItA !NO tfl
'ANY ANSERN Wll3. CALL UPON
WE NOW OFFER
BUYERS ARE INVITED TO
115 Wood Street
STATIONERY.
We oßer for the tall trees, eroong mere other
Items too numerous to mention.
130.000 ENVELOPES,
14400 REAMS RULED
173 REAMS FLAT PAPER.
'.3,0011 OMEN BLANK NSOES.
:13 CASES SLATES,
30.001/ ELATE PrICII.II. soArtrton N.
18,000 ELATE PENCILS, alimmor. •
:13 amiss' BONNET HOARD.
. .130 DOZEN INKS. FLUID, VIOLET AND
COPYING,
201/ 611068 LEAD PENCILS,
3%3 68088 BTEEI. FIKNe,
73 anosi3vcNuoumns.
• boo Dbzgs meal oaAroums,
173 POCICIFTBOOKS,
1411417033f1ALK CBA7OII.
J. 1,. R"f,AD & SOT,
No: jO2 INI.URTH AVENUE,
=!ZMG2
PITTSBURGH
White Lead and Color Works,
J. SchoOnmaker-SL Son,
PROPRIETORS,,
OVIFICCI AND PACTONI:
150, lit, 151, 466 and 40 Rebecca Itnet,
Au,sousnr.
Re call &flimflam tgl" gulpfatm• Iklifitt an ant •
eliiatly Pas Wen& &am li.l.mm mass maw;
er astbanste at Irma." Ink •
that Is tree tram Acetate sod mlib =-
ton is miasma mm; alpsla.tr, a!tm• and elm.
qtrMaibAlt& • tiara, at teed
and ythl/mr stat tee immalft,sod ftllt tortalt
the peta• of tbUt. palmy It Mamma:4 Um Meat .
eaulfmrszlon.
NOTIOE.--Any Inforniitian of JO,
ago detour BEM COPEI.AIeD who. about Si ysad.toews
110:11 Imo the Canute Doero, tra
Si ', f Pittebunth.-Pa.. or of WM.COPE
UNE'. brother or WO Jojtrh Orpohlor. tru4n
Ird=CAttirintfitibi.=l" j=7
ITEMIGEI
:14 1 ,1;',!°L!'„ - !„1,,;' l 7;,. z ' 11.:z:
n, pnd pi lepPP, ow ,s,,Pm
EMIL .11AIMAINS
IMS Goob.s
.ORS AND FABRICS
Sheeting Muslin, all widths.
Mate and Colored Table Dem.)...
Shirting bluades and Irish Linens. •
Shirt Meta and Wrist BUM/ B.
•
COI3PLETETOCIi
. .
AT
180 and 182 FederatlStrett:Allegiii,ny
HORNE & CO S
Received this Day:
Traveling SaVehels,
Cord and Black Satins,
Black Oro Grain Sash Ribbons,
Colored Sash Ribbons,
Banco Medlin UndCrskirts,
Large Palm Fans,-
Silk and Linea F r o.
HATS, FLOWYRS,
Millinerl Goods
AT 4E99 THAN COAT
NEW GO9 -
- Received Every Day.
77 AND 79 MARKET STRE
I BELL & MOORH4'
21 fifth Ave iue
FOR .
Lace Curtains,
Silk,,
Thin Di•ess G oods,
Summer Shaw
~tieth d Shawls,
REDUCED PRICES
iiri"THE GENUINE
CLARK'S
"O. N. T."
SPOOL COTTON.
GEQ.,A. CLARK
SOLE AC-ENT
- • Bald Everywhere.
HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE co;"
65an467Sandasky St, Allegheny.
t A lMlrrrirtrtZLl,M i-x c r u . 111 Pair 4:12 -
yLURS sa4 HYDRAULIC CHUM%
0. G. rdoblaLLEN, Agent
_
STONE
WATER PIPES
HOT AIRCHIMNEY FLUES, &c.
A large and tall assertment conalanlly tsand.
Chimney
&
HENRY H. COLIAINS,
133 neon. ev!Numit
jJIYE OF'LIFB-The great Blood
Purifier and Delick,. think 'WARNER'S
VITAE OR WINE 0P'1136. 1 .
f wd
any poisonous amp. Or Itunnritim , vln
for time. who require a atimulant. It re. the
appetiser and tonic s and the tinesttrlnlifiee.
world foe purilltna the blond. digs the hli
antand deli:low article torero to O.
fereepertoss.b,,,,, w hist, wino bitten, or OM
other 'allele. It is more healthy sod Meaner.
Both male and female. round or old an take the
Wine of Life. it is in fact, • Zit r e V e rerr ee re%
SThaw
ow or who with valo 0011 Lake the n Wine
of Life. It is dialirent from,anythins star berm , *
I'lss'li4 r4b irratM"..!
41 t itW\'
•
JAMES, RENO
aim= corrraAcroa AND ainLnEs.
Th. oi Stone Pipe Dons•Dr.l. promptly
orTICEL 63. and S 7 SANDUSKY MUCKY
Itemideace.392 TresoontSt-AnagUlY DDT%
JOSEPH HUNTER,
•,, •
;Merchandize .Broker,.
aim LIBERTY Arity. - E•r,
(A 01,47 of Monte 110114toSJ pwraßuum
ADVERTISETECEN TS
of the
7 s aPeake and Ohio Railroad
The Chesapeake and Ohio
• Railroad
Mi=llZl
•
41 WHITE tit;l.l,lllAnfelllNGS,
u; 237 inllcn. it IS being riLPIdII
rtver. 1011 cuR.
Ve.tvriod:lt yeL:4Orxtes sold npeLLF
ILEPOSITE
AWIIA FIFA:LON WKST
\!A. And thus Innu, the sutuuter unriabundl,
Ell=
wicsTEßN.s.ivni WESTERN AND EASTEER!
MA RI:
W bee eoerfh%fi It will connect the HI.•PERIOh
lIARDoIt FACILITIES OF THE CHESAPEAKE
vinntlon un the Ohio ricer.
has with the ENTIRE sysTEm OF RAILROAD
AND WATER TRANSPORTATION OF TUX
GREAT WEST AND SOUTII,VMST.
• to s SHORT, MAST. rim% r. Retd
VoItABLE ItOi;TE from the WY.3T u , the OE..
and will ronauxud n I•AIIUE SHAKE OF
ouoklng Mosportatlool.o
-.-ennie one of the ruoet IM 1 . 0 RTA NT
ROVITAHLR ST. ANUNV MT TRUNK
;Au in the . eottnUi, end tom'
I=l
The completed portion of the InA4 le doing •
CRoFITAILII,E AND INCREASING ouskiass,
and le fully equal In mluo to the whole •mount of
the mortgage upon the entire Line-4113.000.-
f the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Pompany. being s FIRST gouri:Aot UPON TILE
ENTIRE LINE. PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENTS
WORTH WHIM COMPLETED AT LEAST $3O,
000.000, le Imerefore fele of the mostAubetenthe
d reliable:Bat!read Loans ever of
and in peculiarly adapted to
stop and Capitalists
um. thelrtveMoms {to 1•11.1 t the
It MaIDEACtOry onour.co
~.f PoziITIVE AND
UN Dou tam , SECURITY
12IC=M
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO,
stotl luny be hxd COUPON "r
Interest Sly per rent... Ber matuuL payable MAY
Istitpd NOVEMBER lat.
PRINCII•AL ANI , INTEREST PAYABLE IN
,01. D IN TiIF CITY OF NEW YORK.
flle6 00 AND ACCRUED INTEREST In On
.0 . , at Which mien they vey newly SEVEN PER
!ENT. IN GOLD cu
- -rnmeo. Bonds floe mint Socurloo.loLl
in at ilia Stock litkcaaar received in exchange, LL
their (nit market value, and Ronda sent to all part•
of the %Gantry. free of • P.rpreaa chargas.
•
o
They can be obtained by ordering direct from um
or through any responsible Ronk or flanker In ant
part of the countn.
Fisk '&7 - Hatch,
BANKERS.
No, 5 Nassau Street, New yor
1
1111
Maps, PamPhlets and full
information furnished upon
application in person or by
mail.
____
& CO.,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
Agent. for the sale Of thise
coei.•Arrn Cblo
'ORGAN & CO
MIME
ONNELLSTaLL?E
COKE.;
Ihrir Miner, Broad Ford, kC.R. R
Office, 142 WATER FREET,
EMI' TO ALL POCIIITS
BY R.ATIA4.OI%_D,
And Deliver in the City.
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OscarF.LaMi&Co.
CONNELLSVILLV COKE
=EI
Youghiogheny and inthiaelle Coal
PA..
OFFICE : ROOM No. 5, Galellelluilding.
11r (Wm" respeetiolly solicited. stddtvl 4
COAL! CO .L!
YOUGIIIOGIIENI GAS COAL 4.1, CO
Thts Comoser aro now prepared tOitturstab the
best Coal of lay Me or clematis. AT blblit.ilATES.
Ofdee mad Yard adlotolog the ComaellselSe Rail
road DIMOL. foot of Try Street. l'lttstMrsh..
Orders addressed to slther W62trNeWta:
Pa, or to Yard, will he prom
• ptly attembed to.
011411tHISecretary.'
•75
Charles HA. ratts row ,
.
DEALER IN I •
Youghiogheny aril ConnellsVille 'Coal,
And Mane taeturefet
COAL. SI. sCX AND DFNULPITUDIZED CORE.
OFFICE AND YARD, eorner Mader and Norton .
streets, I.lbertY told FV O r If. e d 'ti n ll th lo.µll
Cs ' a '' street d,
k Aeontd ward-.
Orders le ft at tamer et the above °faces, d
dressed tn., through Pittsburgh P.o.oOltreDeva
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CCC A NA ou ii..!,‘17 8 512°87,1`7 1 ,A 'Vet • p. 1 14
I'AVM:. 1 4,11ZdT - A N ol",`M r .
V,Vlf. l lro " . .,FLT:o. p er,Vl4 ll . l M l r;
r,
COAL! COAL!! COiL!!!
DICKSON, STEIVART & CO
'levied removed their 01101 to
No. 567 Liberty Street.
livititly City Fiord 111111 13Ery0 ND MOOR.
earrluT Sre.,OAVL.Anc t ;, 2ll b G :
UIIENY
ALLpoyypA
througunke 11.11,11111 be attended td sinsdidl7
Yll' l4 * frel tE
;AILEYZO
121': FrCHESTgIIT ST,
titiADELpillP"
The reputation and experi
ence of 40 years, warrant us in
saying that our stock of wino
Timekeepers of the best Euro
peen and American Makers is
now the largest in the conn
try: and we guarantee that each
Watch we-sell, is finished with
great mechanical precision, has
all the late improvemetnts, and
'will run regularly, well, and
give satisfaction.
Inquiries promptly replimf
%del fund of TlWlltr molt
gmsnEusow, & Boorms,
266 Libel? . street.. Ikea", in Drug!, PM.
inoo oseotlNl•dle
pIiEFSE.-10(} boles ue Goshen,
1") for `l'l°l
. .e.orrtirxD,l4l I Int ..03!...1
CARPETS, OIL CLOTES, &.c
CARPETS
SUMMER STOCK.
Fine, Medium and Common
Our Stock to the largest we have
ever offered to the trade.
Boyard, Rose & Co.,
-FIFTH A VENUE
BARGAINS
CARPETS
CAN NOW BE HAI) AT
Iffarland & Collins
71 AND 73 FIFTH AVE.
oe
They are taktas god, aud.will close out 1.07
the but
Brussels and Ingrains,
At loss than first cost. • Can soon and 'mutts choice.
C I PETS
New RoOms! New Goods;
NEW PRICES! -
We bate Inaugurated the Nee
11.00 tee with the
rarizar DISPLAY or
al It PE S
Ever Offered in this Maria.,
LOWEST - PRICES ,SINCE Igol
uLIVER McCLINTOCK
23 Fifth Avenue
j,i-BPS_
CARPETS.
Snperior Ingrains,
COMMON CARPETS,
60 TO 25 CENTS PEEL VAUD.
NIVALETMNI. BROS.„
51 Fifth '41.-Velltle
UPHOLSTERERS. •
•
Ras &mattress of SPRING. lIAIII sPel RUSK
SIATTRRSSES. Feather Bolsters and
Church Cushions. Cornice "Nonadtosrsnoil ell kinds
of OptioLinn wort. ..Afien. den/en. In Wlndosi
Shades. puff. Green an& White Gannon,. Cords.
Tausls.Ret. Pnrucolar attention Is elven totals-
Ins op. dimming and broshlng. altering and May
log careeta.
• .
Our triode of cleaning earriet la the only way In
which you an feel wand that Om colors are pre
served and the goods. thoroughly road !rum all
dust and rennin. The Crir'es for cleaning bee been
greatly redered. Our armee will call for end de
liver ail geode tree of charge.
ROBERTS, NICHOLSON & THOMPSON,
Upholderers and Propdaton of
Slap _Carpet Beating Saabfigment,
NO. via Imp STREET,
• Magid Near Fifth Avenue, Pleteeuelett.
CARPET CRAIN
Of all Color,'
ON 'SAND AND FOR BATE AT
ANCHOR COTTON. MILLS,
m itwit .Allegheny City
GLASS, OITEENSWARE
10 - Z - 1 - i - VOilD STREET.
QUEENSWARE,
TrNs rivericu.
China and, Glass
!ELVER PLATED GOODS, DEIN Ell
AND TEA BETS: TEA TRAYS
A . NDCLIVRT.
.tatrgail i oNlAST. sat,:
;r4
R. E. BREED & CO.,
100, I' I -Rift!
REYNOLDS STEEN Sc
124 Wood Street
• Imvx!rters wad Dadert
PRE?iell, CilEil, FINE CIT O),ASS
• Queensware.
UM. Imola assortment at Sow York pd
ESTABLISTIED. iSt2S
. Al-111rdT ..qirr-t.ctrers
CUST & CO.,
No. 189 Liberty St.,.
•
71idiale and - Rebid Deafens nod Jobbers la
atimaxgweJte (mess and ISILVSE.
PL4TED WAR.*.
The attention of all requiring =OM to the Wore
Ilne• La &reeled to oar Block, imported dlrectil
Mee the best Xerolean markets. , and wo are now
remising a troth and desirable lot or the Move
DR. WIIITTIER
CONTffIiffiffIaTO . 2IITorALURIVATI I DMA
gritiggraf otiir . e47 eie toMPletely d eradice :
usto Spermatorrhen or lierenal %admen and
potenmr, molting from self-abuse or other musts.
end which produce some of the following effects
m; blotches. bodily weakness., trallatteLLon ans.
trgttre=tt'rotenteltiorl,l=..°',r. 2 .: •
tarred emissloneotheally to proldrating the sets.
end=foire" rozpronletre peeenZeti "" tr=
Persoes afflicted with these or any other deMat te
MINA. or Isle standlo
Doctor n g emrti4n 4 ,7,7“ ..,
mow, ieina7olsitits.leceerem or White, Toll! g. lutiseistie- •
lion or Illtenith. of the Womit. CresnUe,Proritla
Loolutorrhoes, Menorrtmala..P.menorrhoes. arid
Sterility or Bernoniess, are triage with the Rent
_.tirML.rtie,t:t.l.t phieleisti who Waite/
blamed eirgelively to the study of • certain dare •
at ear Murree MS treats thouunds pf nun=
earalre venter WM In .het s ty
tp•s mUO ope In ettneral practice.
Tbe Do.. publishes • medical pamphlet of fifty
p t areZ th e t t= t ep in s a i sig l oit 01l0err
4
p..th p trdr4,orr raz°lforl= l % im zgJatria
enahliag them to detefflathe the pre.. Wen of
Met,. entofflithith " •
The estatfflefthirmt. esealoitiog ten ample month
is effltral. hen.% Is not ooneenient to shit the
gibe Dealers °pinion can be obtalneeibiritylog
• watem teateckent of the eatte.thd modimnee Ma
he fuenerded be or express. In some inst.° •
°mato:m..lg; It 'oleo°. essrillietloo Is abeolutett
etmeary ortillelo °thews dilly personal attention
ao4 for the accommodatlog of ton e
fefflerite there areatterthittlie etwitteetW with th
°See tbst teliP Mended with o.4.7••tstloithe thig
is eilealale4=mre rrea i including meet
tc*Ve=e owe _ILIUM. mder tits s axe "m=
soperahlAos..' 4.offlt •Pstritefflete GAMS nee r CI •
hi mall surefflostamps. homelier whitZelled,
rout *ltat.haneys. LtOure 9A. to P. It. got.
dna 12 tetoll OlDeet, No. 9 ST.
mar tßoupol ittsburgh.
Dove Wood BUNt.I