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OFFICIAL ?APES . .
a A-zei:Ar,E nu iLotla ,
of SlittiAvenna and Ondddind
svrtutuAY. JULY-30. 1810
MID dowel in New York yeniorai4
12M1201.• • . •i'
Esol..s.lrD will ewlearn to pm e xrre her
neutrality. Disinarclt would like+) force
• her Into the complication but thne,far
efforts In t h at direction baits boon' unzuc
WA.A h i luida disturbing Infthenbo no
the bitaltwee of the larger European
Malty liFtevy failures have already occur
red and many more Will follow.
IT is not improbable that the fits:
great battle between the Prusabui and
'French unitive will be fonght to-morrow,
(Sunday). The movement of troops on
both aides 'indicate that nnimmedlate
blow-WM:be struck. -
It to trop that there are' to be 'no
withdrawals froM the "new party" ticket,
there Is ..conelderable curtosity to know
why certain Getman citizens hare lawn
Foliated to allow their names to be placed
on It. If this L denied we are prepared
kis.° names. "
;.. t . Two Tnov o OICE lIITSDRED and I
twenty.dight pounds of mstilnetter.was
rewired one day lest week at the Louis
elite Postogiee, addressed to dltnalii - ner•
- awns and aU franked from Wasitingt - MibY
a member of congress. filoriode is the
L flanking privi?ege.
• ANEIDCAN BONDS slightly adottneed
- yesterday in the New York markert:. " The
avidity 'with which out,-oteeitrities are
taken as eollaterals ih ,ther-;foreign mar
) ken, for loans is gratifying and seems to.
ladieste.that i nn great amount of
will be returned to thi'S country. nano ho
'mediate ef war.
-. Wr. have been armored, by some of the.
• eandidaten on the bolter. ' ticket that I
will withdrawn. be withdwn. thi e . we nesert• be:
jimel fear of emitralleton. We We
i nothing to' nay to eheete that "give the
4.1," W tre tilling. boyfimr,
timea to alsonar any subject of importance
. • with any-gentleman In a gentlemanly way:
U any •7faleehooda" have. been . . "coined, -
they have. been maned by the refoimers.
We know what we affirm. • •
, No ono in this office has mei - feed any
omiumnuication or rummage. either written
or verbal, from the Hon. Simon Camercei.
No ono has Written one word in thiii
jonrnal at his dictation, "nor bee any t
conveyed to no his - wishes In relation
iany subject that now occupies the atteis
tine of the political parties of this county)
1 Any ono who insinuates anytiiisg to the
contrary is too base to - be- characterised \,
0 ....- in these columns.lTha proptietors of thel
i Clazstrr. aro %Lair own routers, ,
not subjoctO to the humiliation of ,being,
dictated to ..by stockholders, who 'never
receive dividinda, nor by afifothers. ...I
. THE CHINESE QUESTION.
1 'lt seems ai if we were
_never going to
• I get rid of the war of rates in Ilia roan
try. The contest is renewed on every oc.
~ melon that furnish , » the slightest pre:
.. test. The nation lout been agitated anti
- I convulsed to Its center for many long
. . pears-by a v•ar against the African, and it
i, seems now as if it were going to be the
tt scene of a battle over the Mongolian At
• 1 a large meeting held in California a short
time since, a war of ,extermination 4as
X threatened upon the Chinese, who hive
irendered moat „valuable service in building
:% the Pacific, Railroad, and given such high
• , s i, promise of becoming skillful manipala ,
• 1 t tins of the peggingswl in Massachusetts
t The true animus of 'a certaithe n alas ese
'• . . i \ people In this country against
• . ' laborer Is *Pen iu the following resolutions
! . which were adopted at the meeting re-
'' • „. Rewired, That we form ourselves into
,1 an orgerdsatton, both military and civil.
lin order to maintain oar rights ae free
'- - men, and rid the State of pestilential Cid
• ' - , liesofeed, That•wo wish our
-, ! - L , - 7. - • I Ulla at Washington to Inform thatrepresents-
Brent body of law-makers, that. if they
• ",walnut rasa laws to protect and aid le,
„ . ••, 'll from the further Immigration of. these
.. I bubaroas slaves, we will make both laws
1 sad lawmakers as is oar constitutional
' '.. '; right to so do. ;
. , 1 The principle contained. In these reeo
, i Nions Is radically anti-American—lt-is
1 renolutlonary. One great object of our
government has been to encourage Mimi
i gitatlon, Which has proved to be one of the
f chief rearm; of our notional aggrandise
"' i went. Bo vital has it been deemed to be
1 to bar national development and prosper.
• By, yrculars have been addressed again
- and/again by the government to= r tr rep
reeetttatives W other countrios,icting
them to hold out , every ltoosible induce
" Ament to smigrante I
Bat It is 'said that there Chinese are a
- •• barbarous 4 iuid nnavilized
people. It Is '
true that their civilization is of a M. ,
terent type from ours, but if we are to
believe the toetimeny of distinguished
missionaries, who have lipent many years
In China, the inhabitants are not a bar
barous [people. At the still , "fifth aunt
London Missionary So
..:,,, ' dety held some years since in the British
kfetropolle, • the celebrated interpreter
'• l of prophecy, 1)r. John Coin tug, made
use of the following language: "I • do feel
_ . that China has claims ,not osier • to
those of India. It is more bar . rows and
; pothers more wicked than
I. • is. Tb
Bev. Dr. Legge, a returned• bailor
• from China, being present, . ;
-'I distill. mid said, "I am f
3 st 'the statement of 1)
adrag, that China is mor •
one than India. -ln the be .1
',; list year I was present—ln . - lit
• i s palace at Canum, on, the' . ion oi
. annbeterearr meeting, at which he yt
s \ men of the province of Canton'sew
.t. to ono:Tete for literary dew , ,an
4;that one building there were , ore a
; Manta for stndentatlinn In any Unive
' la the Blrltlelt Empire." "It is true.'
t Dr. Legge. "thit their drill lots le
' k . different from ours, but they re fat
, - -removed from harbarlim:' a Chit
empire numbers about four undred to
e Moon of Peelee and Netren we ft° in Mb * "
k _ that they have been living a • flourishing
'4`, ' there, for seine four Owasso. yenta—that
ithey hive reserved a nano . exiitence—
: ,witllit oth nations pose ' g elements
„ „ 0, a high r character, po hap , such _as
el she A , Persian, 41 cis ' and Re
tr.l man,tuad een pore mode n emPires,have
-,, risenend culminated -and decayed, jr hi a p.
there mast be, as Dr. Legge
...,,,Ri &Clara, among tie! people, certain moral
Sk and areal principles' •of the "greatest
. -1 virtue and power," and if so the more of
them that are transphtnted Into American
soil, the better for them and the better tor
$a , The cotuatry which invented tho,mar
,M twee compass andgunP° wder, must
be a idled remove druid barbaris
But It la mild students do not emerge
:•-°4:?s, from Sint literary cells In the 1 acadeidc
' t.:Li ye lice it Canton and calm to is country.
1• - •
-f ~., :
we get the lowest end moat , debase t
the Mongolian race. This ii to a grea
extent true. BM tt was tree.-.ls. br II!
original immigrants" to this country from
the British isles. 'The early colonists of
adventurers of an
I un usually lied types—bankrupt prodigals,
gentoel sperulthrifts and incorrigible prof
, Neale',. many of whom had left their
0011titry for that otihntry'a good, in obedi
ence to the urgent peniusiens of sheriffs,
judges and juries." tt great change has
taken place in thivesipect. Some of the
verY . beet attune, and the most profitable
to the middleelass--of the Old World
every week on our shores. lot mei ,
on from China be encouraged, and
there will soon be as marked a change in
the typo of immigrants that will come
from that' country. In fact, the change
is hireadY visible, But if Sohn Chinaman
aihail-be in - suited as he Tres been in Mau
ealtueetts, and denounced as "postnuptial"
in California, there will not be naiielt.en
couragement given to the, better class of.
Celestials to enure to the United States.
:We have nothing todo with the nation,
lathy of the persons 'who passed the rese.
Phone quotedalxive. Perhaps they were
of mired 'nationalities. So much the
worse, aid so much the more inconsistent
and absurd their conduct. If the Chinese
se f threatened with extermination ri et
ai snits, how - long msy hbe till the Irish
I at d Girmanit, and those of other nation.
al ties may have the same threat held
over their heads? If pen becOme len gued
tegether to drive our nationality out 'of,
the country, they may resolve to "rid".
themselves of. all nationalities, except'
those who are native,and - ilto the runner
born. IL in a dangerous experiment; and
ilie principlelneorporated in the Cantor-,
hie' resolutions is alike. opposed -to the
raditional policy of United States
i government; and the will of the sovereign
'Ruler of the world, who bath made of
one blood all nations. of men to dwell.
'upon the whole - fare of the, .tarth, Without
' designating any Avuncular: locality foi
any particular mere. Men frequently. act
upon thr principle that they are the' ,crost
, tors of nations, while the earth di the
,ord . s and the fullness theroof,the world
1 rid they that dwell 'thereto, -This being
, he cue, the people of any quarter of the
globe- haVe a right to kremove their resi
'demo, to Sny other, and enjoy Its immu-
Inities'and privileges - eo litiag an they con'
'form themselves to :its, laws and regalit
ttions, and labor to-promote its interests.
if the principle iii:olVed in the Califor.
' nia resolutions. is the eorreet one, then
any branch\of industry has a right to or
guise an opposition to 'ran introduction
, o l An y l p a raoit, ! B te the mime Sell of ape,
talon, andl.lhis inflate pilcos4iy curtail
ing. the supply: ~ T ho COO lancee of
such an organization in any +rich of hi:,
men industry are apparent to all. .
Since.the first orgeniUtion Of our tioy
ermuent, not less than eight i millions of
I immigrants have swelled our population,
onedeurth of whom have arrived 'during
the last ten years. 'Cblut hai been the
result? liatienal improvezient and 'a
, depceciatiqu it tha'price of bilior.: - Nei
1- . ,
~ by any znUns. The conntry was never
more prosperous, never abounded in more
national wealth, nor did labor. except dur
ing the war,- ever col:amend a' l ltigher
prim than at Amidst the mighty
influx of immigrants the wealth of - the
Country lute been :increasing almost in
goemetrical progression, and the price of
labor has been bounding upwards. Why
then this wholesale proscription of la
borer° from whatever country they may
mine? There are L many forests yet to + I
subdue. 'mini - acres of virgin soil to be
broken tip, and - many wastes to be re-
cleimed. 'We have room enough and
work eudogh for many years for all thst'l
immigrants the, orient ran supply. And, I,
whilst we oppose with All our
, might a
system of organized, immigration, which
is but a alight -remove from' African
!slavery. of which the nation is now hap
- pity • rid, let es encourage immigrants
, from every clime who are willing' either
I by manual labor or skilful astizanahiP to,
add to tho material and permanent reit
perity of the nation, .
We are opposed to the prascriptiOn of
Imen either on aiPount of their nationality
I , or religion. We bid a-hearty welcome to
the emigrant whether he be Protestant or
Catholic, Jew or Greek. Mohammedan or
Buddhist. There is roomenough and
work enough. and ample compensation
,:for the }abet and industry of allehrinhey
' will derive no small Mid lasting benefit
hy coming here ,aid conforming, as they
must do, to the boss and requirements' of.
our government. .
,We care not in 'what form it has ben
: ed, a war of extermination has always
,ved detrimental to the nation that
ed against nationality or against re
-1 . en. The. country. around Stets where
t 1• hostile armies of Fnince and. Prussia
a now.einteeinratlng,all their forces has
recovered fro:Litho war. QC-Os - re - mina=
-ti which wu "Braged.,-there .hy the re
, than of the ' edict of Nantes.' In 1598
" 1,14 • IV. Veined an edict-whichgranted
to lion 10 hie Protestant subjects.
- Tit' ediit wsarevoked by Louie - X.IV. on
the th of October IEBS. Was France
ben led by the ret;dation of ...this first,
edi I 'Not 17 any\ means.'. It was'
act , y s,
lite II •an , of- extermination. As
srff tug]\ so ILK if I..euls had deemed to
rid. hi self: of the ‘""pestilential"
Pro estate's. whose .Industry and skill
fd artisanship were the hone and
sin • of the prosperity of France. An
n, tar his "Origin of English Com -
me s ," says this bed and unjust policy '
lost in France 800,000 Protestant., and
gay: to England 50,000 industrious Brit
sin, some thousands of whom took to
Spi fields in. the latterconntry the art
of m ufacturing silk. Others "'settled in
Sohoa d - St . Giles, and pursued the a .I. of
makin c rystal classes add jesreiry, Glen
little °lstria' in England. Thus 1 the
- iorEs:glazipaid7sopfresqu- Leulli rlt h y i , d th ti r I be f°un nefi " tls ti° o n f
as" Ahtich she has been reaping to theiares
'Ty eat day. Let us revoke the edict which
',.m_.,e: 6t - long since been 'issued, that the
abed United Stated are the. asylum for the, op
.um-, pressed of all nations, and we will deprive
;‘."'"'...ourselveis of t e Gibers of men who other
; of- - Willi, add fly to our national aggmlid -4
arar Y- izement. •
Aan If the Chinese wish to east in their lot
m ann with us on t'ae same terms and in the
' lined same way as emigrants from Germany
ad In and.lreland do, let us extend to_them the
sport- rigiht hend of fellowship,' The men who
_;•••• form themes yes into a "civil and military
. !'''' d 'organization ' to expel Chinamen frouthe
." 517 United States, would 11-.ve no scrupleti of
far . conecienee in expelling Iriehmen. tend
Ann:nazis I •
Elia'Que. Ourrry.: - I am 'very sorry
that I nave owturo.. the prate and
quietudoof the editors of the Commerrial.
My articl e, published in your paper was
not intended for that dignified indiv
It was designed for thelunefit of onest
Republican' that might be led astray: by
the hypocrisy of that. paper. I did not
at all expeci the
,great thundeier of re
form to..,drare or his artillery from such
game as "Simon Cameron"—the " Organ"
and the " ging" to waste his ammunition
on . small game like Myself tar f ' m P
but there is one conch:Won I liar omn,
to by'resding the Commereka.ana bat , ii.
the editor ohthat paper is laborin under
a severe attack of . Camero outhe
brain, and, if,. not relieved bet w this
itiilwtli.s.eectulta Tues day . of Octobe , I fear
subject fora mma. '
will be . `L'na.
M gatberin f sumac arliich h i p
gun In Virginia .said to be a very fit
libel trade. . .
• - - 1
ca 4 1 P .
THE GEitiANISANITARY MOVE.
Throughout the entire Country thri tier.
mans have held meetings - and resolyed to
afford:pecuniary rid to the niCki and
wounded of the army of Pit:maim Aethe
movement its that direction has
spontaneous, no organised unity has yet
born attained. To accomplish that desired
end the ricrinrin Patriotic .kid Ikociety
S e w York bee hooted the following ad.
The Executive'.Coionlittee of the
man-Patriotic Aid Society of New 'Tdrlpl
are of opinion that; in order to materialty
advance and rendern.sistrinco to the cause
of Germany. it will be advisable. nay. lin.
penitive.ly necessary. to adopt some well
defined plait for the united action of the
entire Berman element in the United
Stoles. In order to secure such combined
activity, it becomfis desirable that the dif
ferent lierman Patriotic Aid Societies of
each State should imuiediately proceed to
tire foruiation - of State organizations, 3Vith
Executive Committee at the bead of,
each. it would then become compacts
tivedy I . BIIV to bring all the German
otic Aid Societies into regular intermit* ,
y means of the State Eaerntive Cont
it appears almost super l nitotts to point
to the far-reaching influence of such a
rombination of four million Germans in
America. Not only would the conscious
liens of marchitig in close columns' toward
the realization of - the same object be in
struniental ' in - urging each individual to•
More eriergetle . and persevering exertions.
but the moral influence exercised in tier
\many and France tin opposite directions)
be such a vast league with its ramifica
tfns lit nearly rvery city, village. or ham ,
let o throughout the broad expanse of the
Talon, would be infinitely greater than if.
•tich Patriotic Aid Society, or even those
t f each State, were'acting separately and
y Shout connection with the rest. More
over, the concerted action of all these SG.
t ittles could got fail to make a deep and
lasting impression upon our native Atueri
can citizens • .
AVe - already haYe their conlial approval
to' ouch in degree that - a comparatively
',small impulse may. so increase it ate to
elicit not only =MIS • but acts •of
sympathy, and to induce them to throw
considerable moral weight itt favor et
Germany into the uncertain balance of
war. Actuated by these consider,ations.
the Executive Committee of the German
Patriotic. Aid Society of New York pre-'
pose a meeting of delegates in Chicago,
on the 18th of August next, for _the pur
pose of agreeing upon some:plau for com
bined amity° _in' the manlier above in
dicated. lifiltemieantlaiel -thin organiza
tions iu the different Staten wilt no doubt,
have' advanced sufficiently to admit of
the submission by the delegates to the vote
of their respective organizations of the
plan adopted in their meeitag in Chicago.
As it is imperatively necessary to act
without delay: the Executive Committee
of the Gentian l'utriotic Aid Society of
SCNV York.have resolved not to wait until
the State ommuivitions may be emu
pleted, but to invite every Sotiety organ
ized up to . the . presimat_ time to scud ony,
delegate. Aft 'binding resolutiOns wiW
is, ouf of tlid 411Si:1011, and an the itrirrt. , ..
will confine themselveslo an agreement
upon some plan of action, the Executive
Committee of the *German Pasvflitic Aid
Society of NeirrYork confidently - treats
[lint the initiative herewith taken will not.
give rise to sail illfeeling or their mo
tive be misconstrued. Exceptional rases
call for exceptional action. , • „
LILAid Societies are requested to take-
thitipctsition into consideration at t'.
.I.iliret,o4sible clay, and, in . case of sp.
prdv.al, to infotut the Secretary of the
Gerinaff Patriotic Aid Society. No. WO
Fulton street, corner of Broadway, Now
York. For the Executive Committee.
,A, J. Scut:it,- - 0. tarrEsoonren.
Il)r. II: VW: flutist% ED. SNEOMON,
- • F. SIGEL. '
One of Our Belles Painted in Water,
Colors--Row Our Huckstrese Looks
.on the Beach—Pittsburghem
eating, Etc., Etc,
' Bum!.Arisn lit:Amt, N. J, Jule
Enrrons • Oeurrg:—llere we are at
Brigantine Beach, there miles from A tlas.
tic City, and if ever a lot of ladies felt
thankfill after the long, dusty, dirty, dim
greable ride in the cars, the ladles who
aceompanied-us do. We left the "Smoky
City" on Monday, and after Teaching the
abode of Quakers. we shifted our quarters
and quietly took oar seats In a street car,
which soon brought us to the Atlantic
Itailread office, then again shifting our
' selves and baggage, we elbowed way
into the cars, and in a short time a short
man. seemingly short of breath and short
of manner'', remarked that ice
had but a "short time to get
ready' sod • shouting all around. lie
"tapped the tassle" ofwe - went
need not describe the trip to Atlantic City.
for all railroad trips are alike=-Whether it
be over the l'ennaylcaniit Central or "up
the incline plane." We however, reached
the city without anything -worthy of note
taking place., We stopped hut a little
while—but that little time was sufficiently
long to give us
an opportunity to gaze
upon the "weeder of the deep." -We
have seen eat limb in. their native element
up the. lovely "Yoagh." We have ,
gazed upon the sportive"sucker" es he !
slowly wended lips wit? up "Shine Crek."
We have looked upon the merry mud
aide as he shook his "rat tarries" like
sail over a muddy hog, but never did'we
see any of .Iheril ere animals," that
could compare whit a Int of chignonless
skeletonekiridess 'nay less-pointless Even,
-ea they kid-like sported in the briny deep
:_encasedl in blue or grey flannel arnir.
fine creature that came from the
Ital'"leep, WAS a young lady --(whom you
often Sett.onlifth Avenue, dressed. In eIL
the "gitneracker of fulden,and who looks
like a "morning Star") of perhaps twenty
summers. She was clad In sky blue flan.
nel, reaching. from the neck to her heels.
On her heed was a bathing straw hat—
which eutlat-desetzthirty cents—sod ii,r
lutir—(for mho hail left her bought stuff in
the dry goods hot they call bath houses.)
which was about eight 'lnches long, looked
like amass of oakum, partially picked--
the • salt water was dripping from
her shoulders,. elbows and !knees, like
gravy front 'Chris-toms goose, and the
Mauna dinging elneelr to her dim played
titer olive" In a etyf,i - that would have
"done wonderful b
well for the "Black
Crook," and wh at l a shape! ut I won't
describe it: Suffice it to say, I would ail
ifise at least five meals a day of gsod
rout beef and potatoes, whielt might hare
a tendency to Increase the amount of tech
and thereby reader snore Venus-like her
emaciated a ppearance. Following in her
wake was a maiden, fair, fat and forty.
Did I my fat 't Weil, fat le no name for
it. You may frequently-eel. this damsel
fair selling sweet petchoes. applen and pm
-ripe cherries at . one of the Imekstei
statide: She was dressed in the
"pink of fashion." A bright -red
bathing snit, eat Bloomer," showed
'offsher rounded form. (she didn't weigh
less than two hundred evertlepols)Tind as
shei ‘ tlame out of the water puffing like a
'peeling whale, she put me in mind of a
porpoise in distress, and she - did not look
unlike a "mud model" of _ a "cepstain
bur," alto amok: a fearful smile at the thin
girl in blue and said'wily Amy hew fun
ny you do look." ri ell mid Amy."
you needn't talk, you look snore like an
overfed mermaid than enything else, and
if i was,-0, Lord, if there ain't a Man
looking at ua--and into the dressing hoz
they went—and in the course of half an!
!hour out they came resplendent with curls,
hoop skirts, silks and with cheeke as red
as berry bright. They east side Inokert
du—as much as to say. Young man, we
ain't the fellows • you saw In the
Water, rod up the beach they went:
While we were recalled to our''senses
a burly fellow in a dirty shirt crying out
"see yen, you feller with blue coat, If you
want to gib to Brigtine belch gib sheen],"
and In. halt an,'-hocir we were enugg ea ir
fixed in an eight-hy,•-ten roma , on the s
side of Captain lloidykom's hotel. Anberry
leobbler span restored our good feelings,
and after a hearty supper. a good scot
and a walk along-the beach we retired—
to dream of blue fish, chignons,
bathing and fat hucksters. I will tell you a
of the bench In my neat, Wehare
number of Pithiburghers, amsp2 whom
can bei seen Judge Collierand y,
Oen. Pearson nod family, W famil
W. D.. Moore
and wife, R': - M. Poulain, Mies
MeKelvy„Cothroller lambert and family,
John Wilson‘and fatally, and a number
-"% I of others. Will write soon. P. L. At
Or-rnaor-ocs assaults upon women and
little girls were never so numerous as
now, and the papers from. every section
are full of thew, with some of the 111011 t
devilish and fiendish particcdars ever con,
ceived by Man. ;according to our estab
lished rule, we can publish nothing of
this sort unless our duty as local cbroni
. clots demands it, hot in spite of_ boasted
civilisation the moral stand
country does not Ise-
RGII DAILY GAZETTR : SATURPAY MORNING, - JULY .30, IS7O
TUE WOMAN QUESTION.
MEssirs. Eurrous /in article in your
Thnnelay's paper headed .*The Woman
QuestlommLells thid men begin
s i : o think
that there lei-something in this qugry after
.all.. Feeling complimented-by this fair
.concession on Lie part of the writer,-0i
woman .00ko permission to say a few
words in re'
.triter says, "women talk too much
~eir rights?' I any they are entitled
, it,hecauoe they received from God, the
eternal source of light and justice, their
souls birthright equ^llll With mon. :s.lo
bright angel soaring up from this dlml,
, eatrh to enter. the proeffsed land!
LT 6 .l r he a [ s s y k O le % I'll': asked
s ears nave one Ann toe Mane prord•
1. regarding eternity. God gave the
_soul this proof of eternity, this seal of
Perfection, this holy pledge of imuchrtal
iv, this reflection of God's owtwmild.
eternal power; alike to man and woman,
but sauce its holy rights have been dese
crated by human failings and wouian'n
soul has keen for thousands of years con
sidered of a lower-ntandard, this child of
Eternity at last cries out its sorrows. a d
men have to listen, for their's is the ,
isponsibility for „eternity.
I might tell you, prove to you, that • -
matt is worthy of such rights; that eh in
'capable of equality. That wanton's etc
will not injure society, but refine the dif
ferent spheres. Women never came
down iii the dust, unless thrust down by
man, otherwise elm brushes it off, where.
erer she finds It. I might, tell you hose
these rights' would elevate
[ humanity; but I will simply confine my
[ answers to the article in question.
' The• writer-thinks and begins to be
lieve that wives. sisters. and daughters,
have been slaves,
is dbmdrudges; suffering
under the lash of hentic tyranny.
There lies the most delicate. most tender
point of the question. Ws are all the
slaves ofcircunintrowen, suffering under
sall little' matters life Ismelsts I of.
No , position in life, however high Slid
elevated;' is exempt -Irons cares. sorro‘ i •on.
drudgery and losses; but woman's sphere
especially is the centre of smite suffer
ug, greater confinement and harder 1
.rk. If it is not so believed I en.
and invite all the Moll in
take up our ,•ork
nurser!: and kitchen
cocks only. We agree will
, change. and surely we would
..dpny as the Indian going ti. his
-otter-ground, Now, please do not get
;rtglitetuninor scored; six weeks are soon
ever, and yoers will be the sweet -, Satin
(notion to see that man is no donientic
tyrant; °lithe other hand, you will bare
found gut that a woman. a di voted
mother, l who gives tier heart's blood for
children, whose prayers are never Po
herself, but for her dear ones, who is
high-priestess in the temple of the house
hold, oracle in the ditlicult questions
of Lome and the eslucation ..1 men:
is wortho,of a voice in politico. Doing a
greater work in life thou man, being more
, selfascrifteing; she. in entitled to - equal
rights with man; to say the least. With
-regard to the improvement of women's
legal condition. I ant IletiStied to see that
by use unflAta QleiliOns Of nettle wee..
such laws have been improved, and will
be-more improved In the future. Equal
pi:it:mishit-cid Marriage has been consul. -
toted by the body of Methodists in this
mothers who have • seen thew children
fall a prey to .. misery, brought
on by wretched, heartless fathers„%if the
reason to A of good. Woman should have
the con 'tfrirdrher Own fortune because,
being married to a conscientious honor
able rusts, she has mason to trust him, and
their incerests will be naturally the samt,
andollil.r • efforts equally united: has her
lot beereanfortunately cast on the other
nti. I 1 . 1
It he thi n eye o i r ,rr t o o n, t y l ,,n t n e up,,r
rtt t y,i h e i
~h, j a u b
~,5 . ,..
cause thousands have been the victims of
licentious, dissolute husbands.‘ . Ask those
side, she is eared from misery by this very
some law, for she can get herneaf and her
children's property out of the grasp of a
[ spendthrift. Who in tuoworld is so eel
: Lab, so insensible to. the anguish
of those, writhing under the unjust
severity of existing law... to remain en .
touched by the daily repetition of such
setTeringei All meal are not tyrants, it
good mane are kind generous paitners of.
[women's joys and sorrows, though nits v.
are as genuine gossips, as any old scout.
sitting, -on her doorstep, who in spit.. f
of grey hairs and old age. makes berse.f
ridiculous and ludicrous by slandering
, neighbor who is - far "above the reas-1
[of malicious gossip, and smiles a
1 , e nv - fe vain. endeavors. 'Such m o ss fel
[ with slaridering . women. wit
I dishonest gamblens, with eqtruptcd politi•
[ dans, with degraded defaulters, with the
[abominable ringleaders of wickedness.),
[-with licentious husbands, are the tvrants l ,
I arid' scourges of humanity. TO make a
L havoc &along Iliac scourges is the endeavor
of the lenders of the woman suffrage
[ movement. The made pioneers an.
[ steering toward perfection. Many. a
1 1 lasso has been improved by their admire.
ble efforts, while their irdlnencs has been
, felt in the departments where ladies are
[ occupied, in business life, and in the coon
', eel of the hoirned, They *lll yet be felt
in the juries and at the ballot-box. V.
[ hut for those noble pioneers, we may say
' missionaries; would have felt th e
influence of • the different improve
melds is laws. in society, whirls are
acknowledged by the writer of Thum
day's article. .Let us all unite to Tout the
army of ignorant, disgmerful, slandering
men tend. women. • Society cannot bet be
. such CaMpaigns. DC unit•
' fug the different opinierislif the different
sexes, by combining their voilaus quail.
ties, by bringing„t!'s light the long-bidden
power of noble_:',womeffe capabilities, by
giving ettertilon to their energies, men'.
tel and physical powers, they will work
rhetr.way on.-:.. Endowed .16 equal intelli
gence and aptitude they ' Will cOniper
the corrupted elements, refine and ineke
straight what is crooked, and . elevate and
benefit the different clad.s of society.
To the noble women of the rouse, T recall
the words of Virgil: '
• _. .
in the 111
"Y.edure and conquer! Love will soon distui
To future good. ourpast end present woe
With me the rock. of Scy s!
lbity la ou hese tried
Th' Memnon Cyclops and den defied:
What greaterills hereafter can you bear?
Resume your courage and dliouls. your care
An nour will come. with pleasure to relate.
Your sorrows past as heneflts of
• a te, "
--- - - .
M. Louis Blanc on Makeup.
(From the London Times.l
Rappel is published a notice .
y - 31. Blanc, In . which, after con•
he great 'more paid by England
. tr ite novilist . with compa4tive
apathy! own by France towards its great
literary lebrltien, he criticises the ivorka
of our fa one author. Dickens. he \ Skye,
was diet nguished is a humorist, but In
the cha „ter of his humor ho was infer;
Mr to Si a keepeare. to Sterrle , and to the
thief of humorists. Cervantes. Ito was
less arts, nal than Shakespeare, less sons',
tiro tha Cervantes, and less lens Ism.
1 hommo ban Sterne. Ile did net treat the
vices w i ris lie depicted with sufficient
scrim:lB4mm to prevent a doubt being
sometiMes entertained of the reality of
I m ils o co e. nV , l r e e t re hrt
i g ed aB to lorg?v r e l w is li . at 'O w i as t'' ha h t i e s
fnl becaute it was represented in a comical
light. In ideality Charles Dickens was
'unsurpassed. Ile described evils;withont
caring for the'remodies. If, In the course
o! iris plan, ho could assist a work of phi.
linthropy well and good, but woe to..any
philanthropist who might come In his
way. Ills merry genius was not emba.r.
nutted by the enthusiasm of humanity.
He loved it in that sense that he did not
bate It. Still; taking all things Into; COW
aeration, the influence of. Dickens's ro.
malacca has been a very salutary one.
'Many Social 'reforms have been suggested
by his diameters?' ;But:" 1.1.. Blanc adds,.
"Charles Dickens. never, In any - of his
writings offered any; gratification : to Int
porn minds nor to, vile curiosity. Ile al
ways pect.ed himself and he always re
spouted Ids readers. The sanctity of hem
has ne had a more reverend describe
or amo e charming apostle. Was titer
anythlti else wanted to cause England
love in lament lumt" • '
to 110 fay
Arab good mannersrequire that a no=
shall` ho docentiy dressed, and pious in
every action of his life lle must, to
gin with, be careful in all the ablutio
required by hie religion; he =net hero
bead shared once a week, keep bla ,
not cut, but carefully trimmed, and t t
to a point: be moist keep, also. his up r'
mustache* Clipped to the level of his u
per lip. except at the corners; r that e
A may not soil hid' ress in eating; and e
t must not omit to keep his niels in ,
~. order, never biting them,but paring t e
b. carefully; and even the parings are not
o f be thrown camltly away, but they m
e a_ be thrown into t fire, or bitted In
ted earth, for the nails are, in feet. sacred, c.
lard of the cording to an Arab, superstitlon.--Aft e
rikng. Year Bonn& j. c
The L to George Ct Princiscua.
The following circular has been issued .
by the officers of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company, announcing to its e mployes
the death of the late general agent:
It has become my painful "day to an
nounce the death of Cr. C. FrallCiBCUl,
general agent, which took place suddenly.
at Cresson, on the morning of th e 23a In
..ledgwent of the_ long - and
faithful eetvice of the deceased, and as an
expr,odou of the high esteem and regard
in which he was held by the Company,
and by all-the °facers and employes with
whom he wait associated: it is ordered
that all the locomotives of the Company
be draped in mourning on Tuesday, July
24, and that the belle at all the Compeny's
shops be tolled from four to' four and a
half o'clock P. SE. of that day, at which
time the funeral 'service — will 'fake place.
-It is also ordered that the otfice at Altoona
and those of the division superintendents ,
be draped inmourning
or thirty daye.
. J. CseArr,
AN °velum - go says as a rower at Newport,
'Miss Rate •Field, has but one rival—the
roar of the surf •
A Iyinb .uPPir or
' A fresh *apply et JAMES E. RI:R\P I A 00.11
DRIIO STORE, corner of l'onn and Sixth stn..,
.old St, Mir.)
• THE BLOOD . EN STMNIER. • • • '
The blood deteriorates in hot weather. • Profuse
porapiratton deprives It of a portion of Its nour
ishing and productive Properties- CffillliA l l .°o7.
to Simmer. the flesh lone. In some degree. its
muscles tact their uenel tJaattcity
Id the weight of the body dlmlglshos.
v indications that the ordinary p
teaustaining principle afforded by the
to not audit-tent to meat the reveler
e 'system under a high teirdwretnre.
Alter reason for this, tedldes the diet
' the hent, via: the long of animate. and
tog of the digestive powers which it
tinder thews circumstancea a whole
me Invigorant ts evidently needed. and the best
and safest is If oatetter's Stomach Bitten. This
admirable vegetable tonic and alterative, acts fa
vorably neon the leptons in several ways. It to
grlelnws 'the itPpetite and facilitates digestion.
thereby inclining the stomech to receive and ena
bling it toawdmilate aduo amount of nourishment
also tones the regaled ewe-retie. , organs and the
food •fe oat.
moots of Eh .
da operation the proems 01 imam
-.atoned by the drain throustrtne "ores.
ited. the whole frame refreshed and MM.-
and the miens exhllaratod. Tho dyanar
to told that It is pioclwlT the stimulant
.nd corrective they ought to take at thin semon.
Thonsaddn of them know the fact by experience
Nothing In the pharmacopeia ior nut of Itl will
apply Its phew—least of all the trmAn locol
rwin which Rome unscrupulous dealer% would M
110. for the benefit of their own pocketed° peddll
out in its stead.
367 Liberty Styee
STEA - NI 117,N Cl INES,
IRON AND WOOD WORKING
— Engineers' and Machinists' Tools,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
1311-T,' LT LINZ
Woolen Machinery, Machine rar4s.
(E'Naunfactnrers•' and mitt Bap•
plies. A constant pply on hind and
furnished on shortnotkr.
11 . 1'GUS
8 TO 1:(,E B',
COLUMBIA COOK STOVE.
Confidence Cook Stove
- The "Boston
BLE-ON EN IMPROVE!)
IlupriAed Star Range
°MCC. A:(li.W A 1161101186.
200 and 208
ARNSTHAL & SON
Virginia' and Louisville
Flue Cut Chewing and Smokinnlotateol ,
mr.l ELMITIIFIELD gTRENT PittSbani
HOLMES, BELL Sr, CO
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
/Lauf.alum of MEATY YrDIRI l WI Mawr
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA
Sheetitig and Battilig.
BE'WER CONTRACTOR fiND BUILDEEL
TLe L.WoN of /km. Pipe HofwiDralna protoptiy
.orricr. 113 and NY NARROWLY STRIAE?
RoGldeoca.lo2 ham Ont
z.rn - E.wrir Evirim-wr
(Acodois - 7 of Mute Bd „„„,„..mion.
BO !and Is 2 Federal Street,
A FT. LINE OF
BLACK AND COLORED
LADIES' AND dIIILDRENS'
- Linen nits,
1 1N..t, Very Lo v Prices
].creel Edairets ew4
Loo Collars and Ilandkerchles
Kid and WIG Thread Gloves.
Bracelets and]. Jewelry.
Etat, Bonnets and Svui:downe
At Lu t e, Wbtte Linen Towels. Tartar Rod Rend
At 20c. large also Litwin Towels. a great barna!
At Glee. Feat Colored Calicos.
At Si‘c. rut Cplered C•llpow, a good tintwatn.
At 124 c. Taal Colored Lawns. •
At 1240. Striped Alpacas.
At 00, Balmoral Skirts. full slim.
At. 02.30. all Wool Sumner Shawl..
ISO and In Federal Street. &Ilealieo7
WILL BE ISSUED
. • SOON.. -•: \...:--
ndustrles & CommeNe
A ROOK P0RT1LA17140.174
FACTS AND FIGURES
;rowth and Present Prose
Representative lantliattnTilla interests
OF PriTsßu RG 11.
OOPIEE OP THIS s'O,IN.V.MWI.I..L BE PLACE
OF TROST. PORTIONS QrSFIJIKo
TRADE 0. yITTSBEROH
_T.4um• 4111. 40.4 4 .4 b 0.4 le
1.1 K . 5
net hitherto Ws
• • •
Assigned to Advertisers.
ANVAIII46RA WILL CALL CPON
MANI:EMBEDS AND MINUS NE
For their Favors
E. A. MYERS. Publlithem
On. a Par with Gad
ur New Stock
E ASTERN PRICY,S
Examine our Goods &Prices
SHANNON & CO.,
No 115 Wood Street.
wearer forth* fall .12k
lump too numeral; Co . oiention.
1.200 REAMS RULED PAPER.
113 REALM PLAT PAPKIL
0.010 QUIRKS BLANK BOONS.
23 CASES SLATP33: • )
30.000 RATS PENCILS. 10
10.000 SLATZ PENCILS. GI AN.
23 DROSS swot= BOARD.
• IPSO DOZEN INKS. PLUTO, VIOLIST AND
COPTLNO, ' •
200 DROSS LOAD PRNOILI3, '
11 . 43 1/POBB BTIEL PENS.
73 GROSS PLNUOLDEIts.
• 600 DOZEN SIZMORAND UYS..
:L. O. AIiNSTIIA
J. L. READ & SON,
No. 102 FOURTH AVENUE.
White Lead anal': Color Works,
J. Schoonmakei &" Son,
PROPRIETORS. `,- 1
"" m rarAtaL wa rcMl. 3 .--'
ornest iimts surroar.
iie, 461, 44,466 .14 42 Rebecei Strut,
We call ettentlce the reatsellin meted on crer
mealy Pore While and 4a . .....= e'pea,;
er carbonate of Ind: Ire peas
that ts tree Vans Axetate lintrabasster =••
Ibra uvetter 0.4 nateaUf. Oath la w!iMatd 0.. .
VIZESChrD to bedew eattamat• et Lead
• . 11 •
1. and ISt. Federal B.reel.,
18.104.22.168:61ff1iNT. 1 •
The efook te datlyroploniabea with' New lioo de
Sea Paeaheael. tea al were be Batted, as the thick
ls o rgoLt3glet from, twld helms as low swears be
ALL COMM N yAIipCS
JEANS & COTTON ES,'
1 Housekeeping Dry Goods.
iibeatlrut Muslin, all widths.
;White and Colored Table Damask.
Shlrtlng Muslin, and Irish Linens.
Shirt Printl and Wrlstßands.
A COMPLETE STOCK
.ry Low Prices
and 182 Fe;leral Street, Allegheny
ORNE Sz, CO'S.
Cold and Black Satins,
, - Black fire Biala Saattillhbons ,
Colored Sash Ethic)list ' - I
Haan Bering u4.coltlcts , '
Large Palm Few -
Silk and Linen Fans.
ATS. CLOW\E - RS
AT lAC99 THAN C H,T • I
BELL Si, MOORHmSE
WE NOW OFFER
1111111411 ARA INVITItbT.:,
173 POCK S7llOOllO.
800 08089 CIIALIC CUATON
lotarimpor of Jo'
„of Pitain exec P :L C 4aw of Alhil
.11 1:41:=A r tan d f %Vail
_ of the - ---__
Ches4 Peake and Ohio liail;ad Cu.
The .ohesapeake and Ohio
le coutpleted end rutuln. le,:en lIICHMOS D. A.
to the eelebrited WHITE at l.rittlll FIRINGS.
In Welt Tleldnln. 227 Tulle*. It Is beteg rapidly
intended to thn Ohio revue,. 200 mile. further
snaklug th ell 497 muse: t .
let MP enured. Weetward.lo,enetzetes and.opetts
u p F. mereei the WONDEIt*.7I. COAT. DEPOSITS
OF TITS KANAWHA RF.GION IN WEST VIE
DINI A. And thus eing. No reporter and abroad.%
Coals of that section Into cvertenanlce den with the
IRON ORES OF VIRGINIA AND 01110. end the
WESTEILN,soIiTiI WEnEILN AND EASTERN
When completed It will connect the surEfUoly•
RATIBOR FACILITIES OF TILE CLIESAPEAKE
BAT with rellable nectsetion imtbeOhlorlem.and
thus with the L'STIRE SYSTEM OF RAILROAD .
AND WATER TRANSPORTATION OF THE
GREAT WEST A.NI) SOUTHWEST. •
It will make a :MORT. EAST. Cil EAP and FA.
VORABI ROUTE from the WEST to the SEA
and will enmrawd a LABOR EMAIL& OF
ENORMOUS FItEIGIITS seeking transporixtionln
Received Every Day.
AND 79 itARKET STREET
21 Fifth , avenue,
HAI - Limner Silks,
rirliinDree Or Dods
Summer Sh 4 vvl.s
Now is Your Chance
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Stree
lIR.Dusst•OTTON UOSE YOR lam..
ISSEer ' O , TIVE UOSE FOR 300(..
. RKIN. KID °LOTUS YOR E I.SE• _
D EID GLOVES MR 111.23., _
I Olilt CARVED FAN! YOU 7606.
)1 „N:s 4 11086 FOR Maw '.
M Nli ROOD COTTON 4 UOSII FOR lilati.•
\ • , Slcelpton.
Cltir t s;
IN THE CITY.
B r a THE
‘O N. T "
9LEO. • CLARK
E v &vNirhere
roy b' ut a ,.. ,0 %woo
WAIINZWIS • eml
. a m
WWII= nIxTP - igranOV
ra KN iittalt 2DT *,,ws
rz„,r i ,„
C H "'I
the coast.. ,
It will thug bCootue orient the 1120411.131M0RTA N7
AND PUOWITARLE EAST AND WILST TItUNE
LINES OF RAI 110A1 ) to the ornarrottel
mend's Mule of Immense value.
The eornoteted ptglimof the IlAwd Is doing a
PROFITABLE AND INCREASING WIRINESS.
and fit fully equal to value to the wholiamount
the morßyttga upon the entire Line-413. 000 .
The loan of the Cliesopente and Onto ?teamed I
r:ompund.behni a VI DeT IIOILTDADit CT(SN TUE
ENTIRE W NE.Pltol•EnT'i AND F.QU1r51.r... 4 1'S
WORTH Mal PLETED AT IdiABT $3O.
000.000.1 s tnerefore,o next the moth enbatauttal
eunservallee and rellablo.Rfolnekd Lathe °enrol
tend In the mullet. and le peculiarly adapted to
lus;estors and Capitalists
wvo do-1r» tn nuke their.lereetwera• with the
.0;t salletecwry luterttitne nt POSITIVE. AND
The Bonds are In devomhaltione of • •
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO,-
tan :nay Inched COUPON nr REGERICD.
Intereot SD per cent. pecan:la. psysileMET
Ist end NOVe41131:111 11 .
PRINCIPAL AED INTEREST riVABLIS IN
GOLD IN TILE CITY. OF NEW YORE.
Prix DO AEI) ACCRUED INTEREST In Cur
rat.cy. aI entre orke they ens nearly SEYEII PEI
VE17.1!: GOLD on thelievvt.
• All t'vveromerictl.wfv awl other F.iteurlUeo dao I
In If the gook !tinnily! revolve.] t. ezehanore. et
feil eththel coin v,
- • -
.4 I.:, e,•us,rz,..,frre rixeirsP 1:1111Wil
71 , 1 exit Fe arched Dl .ode tee SI net tram to
or teroush NMI :e•lnilrible itanksr tr• of
Fisk '.ez, ELatelt-
Nc 5 Nassau Street, New York
Maps, Pamphlets and full
information furnished upon
applioation in person or by
S. I\PCLE,A_N & CO.,
11-1 _.N. - N R S ,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh
~ COAL AND COICE.:.
NIANUFACTUAEI43 or •
C 0 N NELL SVIL LE
thrlr Mars. Broad Ford, P. t C. IL P,
Ottice, 142 WATER STREET.
TO ALL POINTIi
BY . RATER 6A.D,
And Deliver in the City.
Youghiogheny and Authreelte Coal
OFFICE ROOM No. 4, Gazette Pad Wing.
tir Orle% renmaklly Doi.tau.d.
YOUGHIOGIIENY GAS COAL CO
This Comp., are now brewed to Orrelsb the
best Coal of any slao or meta tits. AT FAIR BATES.
Mos and Teel adlolnlag the Cormellertlle
read Dead. idol of Try Street. Pittsburgh:
Orders addressed to either 31taes: West Newton:
Pa., or to Yard, :du be Predlll ,o l attended
NI. P. 0 . 11Y.R14, Beereolt7.
Charles ii. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Connellsville Coal,
And Manulastoter of
COAL SLACK AND IM•f,t,'LPLltiltl7.Bl3 CORE.
OFFICE AND Duller and Merton
aXtes=e, ar suT i eta. Ninth ssardi
street, C: DetToV. -agd o lgX "
' Orden , lett at slater of the above velem, or ad
. dressed to me through Pittsburgh P. 0., wlllmeelve
171.151411grn45'l am supplying . ' MD.) Wells
f,::,-IfabB.Tile.‘,l7o'.l.T&!,':_t 1 , ..,.5 . ! ° 7 (1500
.lm. Bradley, . Pma, nen, l a s - ;tra.
M c Curdyc a Cm. Kamse, tiraffSt Dell. Wm. he. Taber
N2:w.pol''' fl b t.el I ‘C
Mlle IL IL. rentsylvaufa It. K., An:ghenr an t e?
COAL! .'COAL!! COAL!
DICKSON, STEWART Ai. CO.,
Tin e 1 W etc Office IA
No. 567 .Liberty' Strnet.
(Lam Qt 7 riOur 81111 RECOZ:I.)
ntiVb office. or—liSciri;sed to them
throvith lbe miktl. will be arteMe.l v.,...PUT
EDUCATIOX . I.fa .
NEWELL INSTITUTE, '
1:40a. .d 5167 Penn St— Plttabantt;J
Will re.oen on blolitiAT. SEPT. sth. Tama.:
Sallperaeasion of alas moarlia.
L a dies''School.
1""-°g 4 "7.1.1":"`l'itm:!M'f' •
'.."Vitbs —Mips Larn•on • •
PA.( allgconrse cestudy n'ursued. '
• Boys' Se.hook.‘
sln Germ e an daily and to thocutlon dal').
React+ ersrtninetion of Own! (n'tl' lien) by the
Principal. Basalts reported.
SUSUMU and college Ent Edplolnu to be
• tasued—to those deporting thetn WILT.
Moe home from to 10 dll7.
The past Wont of the Institute alter& a pledge
of Intelllgent.alsoron, althlni work. every earn
being tak en to Inaure thoronahrres• anallOcre.
J. IL EWELL., prtsVel
.1327 and 1E49
delphia, Minch and French. lor young La
fXpenrio donlTlVl:e:MpioVelerprit 1:
the latornage of the fatally and is coneirintty
spot. In the Institute.
MADAM Da SIEBNILLT.
iv,urg.b . gerd
lege. Board at mat. and Tuition free to the Wl
(eat. For catalog. address the Prii. KAu.
11111• LL EL:USSAW, t otoo.Maaa. - •
Fetl4oN, .1. 8161/
4.6tT=et Deale in Drn=
CABTETS, 0 CLOTHS, &c
SUMIE t STOCI(.
Fine, lied" tl and Common
the large** w here
t e trade.
BOvard Rose 8.. - ; Co„
Our steek b
erer o ffered to t
21 FIFTH AVENUE
GAF P ETS
CAN OW BE FAD AT
11 AND IZ FIFTH AYE.
Thai U... takins stookoned will clime not qially 14
the best •
Brussels and Ingrains,
At hoe than Ant cow , . Call loon .d AFt the choke.
New Rooms; New Goods;
We hate Inewremted the ooeh.o.a of our. New
MYST DISPLAT Olr
CARP E T S
Ever Offered in this Market,
LOWEST PRICES SINCE IS6I
23 Fifth. Aveni-to,-.
Z'll - F,KF CARPETS.
Superior , Illgrahis,
64 - .OOPER . TAA D.
60 TO 2.2 CILNT*PER TATO).
5 1 Fifth Aveniie
1106 (Ana , . wood BMW.)
Of all Colors;
ON IL&ND AND FOB BALE AT
GLASS, 01ETEENECWARE 8u)
-- - - -
QU,EN SW ARE,
China and Glass.
Pi tThvEa PLATED GOOD 1)1 NI MIL
AND TEA SSTs• TEA TIIAT9
raan.rxmionag , firi,;,ll
11 , 11) OUT LERT
w! R. E. BREED &
uYNOLDS:":STEEN & CO,
. Importers elan lu
FREW, EIIINA, FINE CUT CLAM AND
arrb. laisertsmortsannt at Now.VollE ?dee.
lerRY 11109 T.. .1.1.14 C. 1:1167/ GO. CWIT,
RIGBY, C,IIS CO„
No. 189 Liberty St.,. •
• o .
Wholesale slid Betall Dealers. and Jobbers in •
DITEILNEWARE. GLAII.9 and SLIMED,
The &twilled of all reershing woods In the Woe
line is directed to oar Stock. imported dhaetly
trove the tea tem . /ears market*. end Ire nit, now
receisdnd a fob and desirable lot of the above
CONTLaiIIPS TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE =SEA.
VIM Syphilis in all Its forms, all urinary drawls.
and the effects of rarest!? are oompletely ersdica.
teen Sperratorrhea or Seminal Neatness sad . •
Pli"glan tVolgte wmartne I o ete go=l:feetis
as blotches. bodily wort sate Indigestion; ono
somplion, aversion to society. unmanliness. dared
of future events, of memory, Indolence. We.
forma Ilmlattona, and enall=itaWie seal
tollpt.= m render
Petrotherefore impretdent. are Perf.=....
Petrone allicted with thew or any
ehould tf or long Mradieg tr tTall,7.
aDualQiPea the Doctor
are n irasl , al with the great:
f=lldent that. physician who wild..
to the rady of s certain alms
3era..esee and trate ttartmeads of cases entry .
„„ e st rapalre greater Malt- tn that speraltY
grosoe;. se vassal
publishes medical parable% of Oft
that ere a a th. r ... =lZ2 of venereal anis
re; for=sips, in sealed enrol: L bws. , ueee ten Dr '
aenterieeeemtafte tentritell. to Ina eMleteS.
...ane them to dationsina the praise nature of
The sistirashusent, competelatt um ample rooms,
metral. When it Is not convenient to visitthe
era, the Doctors oelNo n can be obtained by giving ,
a Witten statement of the ease, anti montane& ma
be forwarded by mall or agorae. In some instals.
ma however, • personal eragnmetion t• atieolat
"" 1/t 7 telle re whit ' Altar """ ortitr M4
. pattenta were afimusienta e m osinaCti i iet ttilllllt •
ly s f I t with is:Ary th rga i taite m t a st
wee rapor preeenntiOne ate prevent
the Pe own laboratory. under Ms permed -
Medial pasolitilat• at Mace lemr_ oa
by ma wo swam No orates whp.lisve Graod.
read wen esys. Boon AI LAO et
days ilia. to la 0. 0. ranee, Nu. O, TUE wr.
TregOisTeaberryToothwash , . •
glwt Plemrat. cheapest and best Deotlfrine
Wansated free from Injurimie ingredirata
It breeerree sad whits= the Teeth :
isalts t a ta r
t l =telt:: 0 um
Prevails ran:potation of Tartar!
Crabs Inal Purifies Artificial Teeth
Is•eaperiorsnicle for Children!
sore , 46 Drilligists and barium, • •
, A.• N. WILSON. Philadelphia. •
for OW by all Dmairletei ' htfikTnta
IL Y. 31000 WAR ' J. R. bIeROWN
Yoe Sidewalks, Cellars, Ipslde :Yards,
Drive* Se. • . •
Onlerslefn W I ; Ipireeorstag FEDERAL
BTKALTI Allegheny. ens tent%
a r rant „wit.% & ' kelr r J.In C I7.