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THE MEADOW PATH
It leads ' In many a tangled carte,
Through reedy fen and yielding mosses,
To where, through rushes rank and green,
On stepping stones thebrook It crosses;
It-circles in and circles out,
By ferny fell and wooded passes,
And hides away, in sudden sport,
Beneath the bush andrangled g rasses.
It skirts the npland , s shallow pool
- With many a graceful scoop and hollow,
• And runs away, on bare brown feet,
The faster, as you faster follow I
It sweeps along the fallow ridge.
In countless eddying curves and narrows,
And, swooping In and swooping out,
it frights the wee brown breasted sparrows
It tilts away with dainty grace.
Through Buono . marsh and sandy-shallows,
And dons the cardinals gay hood,
-To brighten up Its barren (allows; _
Itbraide the kin-cup's golden belle,
Like stars, and floating tresses.
And, circling in circling out,
It dies at last among Its creases.
—Gen. Roseerans is now in New' York.
—Lagrange is going to Europe next
—Tostee is going back to. Pails next
—Sweet potatoes are being planted in
—We beliefs there is a ,revolution in
—Gen. Joe Hooker's physicians think he
Yale College is 167 years old r and still
in its prime.
—De Cordova, the lecturer, is summering
..Cholera is anticipated in some of the
eastern • towns.
—150,000 Methodist communicants reside
in New Jersey.
a —Madame Seheller has departed from
salt Lake City. 4 11
—A fatal disease'has broken out in some
parts of Maine.. ,
—Lamartine is on his last legs—so aretve
all for that matter. • /
—Mrs. O'Donovan Rossa and the Sorosis
—Phrenologleal Phowler is phrenologis-
Ing t i onneetleat legislatora. , _
—The Boston Post says The-odome ought
to have a fragrant memory.
—W. B. Dinsmore has just paid 4181,000
for a house on Fifth avenue.
-20,000 bottles of
were sold for the Derby races.
—Max Maretzek is to ran the Opera House
at Saratoga during the season.
—American men-of-war are hereafter to
be painted ordinary straw color.
—Rowed to ruin—Coulter when he broke
his oar.-L.F i lulade/phia Bulletin.
—Last winter was passed in Asia by Lady
Franklin; the widow of Sir John.
—Poribuid, Maine, has a new hotel, the
Fahnouth, which has'cost $300,000.
-.Strawberries sell, eight baskets—four
quarts—for a quarter in New York.
—Wallace's Lurline is to be Maretzek's
neat effort at retrieving his fortunes.
—Morgan the organist'has transferred his
attention from Grace church to St. Anna.
. Bateman is to transfer his comic operas
to where' the White Fawn is dying.
—5240,000,006 are invested in spindles in
this country, of winch there are 6,400,000.
—The season of suicides seems like the
strawberry season to be now at it's height.
—A friend that sticketh closer than a
brother—a mosquito.—Cincinnati Commer
—There is dissatisfliztion and jealousy
among the higher officers of the French
—Baron Gerolt is one of the distinguish.
ed expected guests' of the .New York
—Ychting is the substitute for racing in
the list of the amusements of the Marquis
—The Hamburger Nachrichte i n and the
/Caner' Zeituv are said to be the best pay
ing papers in Germany.
—Dangerous counterfeit $lO notes of the
Third National Bank of Philadelphia have
made their appearance.
—Henry A. Wise would not object to
being the next candidate for President on
the Democratic ticket.
--Monogram medallion carpets are not
common, because of their price, but-they are
Considered very elegant.
-43usan Anthony is very busily engaged
at the Herculean labor <of trying to make
'herself still more ridiculous.
- 7 206 homicides were done in one half of
Texas during %swat six months, and very
few of the criminals were punished.
—Fifteen tunnels of an agregate - length
of 6,262 feet have already been cut on the
California end of the Pacific Railroad.
`--Henry C. Williston, the witty writer of
the "Timely Themes" in the New York
;Commercial Advertise; died on Thursday.
An exchange says that if spirits do
turn to earth A. Johnson Will surely come
-back after death to veto his undertaker's
Dreadful Madame Rumor hints that
Prince Humbert and the fair Tilargherita are
not too happy, that, on the contrary, 'they
A Boston paper •thinks .Ifr. Bergh
should be - on the war trail again, as tbe New
York; authorities have ordered'all stray dogs
to be "pounded." • •
--rTheCentralrPark Zoological Gardens
have received . several Valuable additions
lately, among which are a buffalo and a ten
ant, a•Caulue and:a laps.
couple of Americans have bought a
lirge aunt workitn Brandenburg, Prussia,
and are now manufiicturbig' .Their.
warehotise' Is in Hamburg. •
—The Marquis of 'Hastings says he has
retired from the turf. He probably goes on
'the ptineipal thatits never too late to mend,
but he has stretched it a good' dell.
—Philadelphia is troubled with , worms
and has not yet found a satisfactory Venni
juge, the:l3uAnin &Mut out , that•when
the wernia leave the trees will leave:
-Miss Kellogg was, wilting
. to, go
,but -hei'tertas wero altogeth-
ST too wet for the manager, and so a ura
'coming hpme to Newr
Louise i s co or
-There . ate eight= hundred, P r ot estant ,.
Sunday 13c1i00, 1 / 4 11*# forty tbOusand prqdb4
}'i '. .. ..~: ~1
in Frani*. The Empress recently presented
la banner and a silver medal to the Sunday
—All of the "wheelers," "dumpers" and
"trackmen" employed on the Reading
Railroad coal wharves at Richmond, Phila.
delphia, are now on a strike. There are
about six hundred of them. •
—Two Americans had a rough and tum
ble fight at the principal hotel in Constance,
on the lake of Constance, in Switzerland, a
short time ago. The subject of dispute
was politics, and the Radical was victorious.
--Another Ohioan has turned up in the
person of Senator Hendricks. We think it
about time for Congress to pass a law pro
hittling the sons of that State from taking
an ttridulflitr - t thellstoriof the country.
—The excessive hureidity of the present
season will, according to Dr. Harris, of New
York, have an important influence on the
public health in mid-summer and later, un
less cleanliness, drainage and ventilation be
come the watchword of sanitary security at
—Here in Pittsburgh, the home of the
Strawberry, the cheapest are fifteen cents
per quart, while in Philadelphia, whither
tons of our Strawberries go, they are a drug
atieight or ten cents a quart. The mystery
is why our fruiterers export their produce
under existing circumstances. -
—The Pendleton escort is'coming through
Pittsburgh. As it is pretty large, if they
would be persuaded to atop over, there might
be enough Democrats in town to get up a
good sized meeting, and they have shown
that they are as good at kicking up a row
as the best convention delegate in the city.
—The Baden Baden and Homburg gam
bling houses have not paid as well as usual
this year, principally because so few Rus
sians have gone to them, and the Russians
haven i t gone because the emancipation
proclamation , has reduced their incomes,
largely derived from the unpaid labor of the
—Considerable displeasure is manifested,
in the principal North German cities, at the
great inefficiency displayed by the United
States Consuls. Most of these gentlemen
perform their duties in a very loose and un
satisfactory manner, keeping their offices
open only for two or three hours during the
day, and often-times absenting themselves
for weeks in succession.
—On Monday night while the election for
Democratic delegates to the New York Con.
vention was going on in Philadelphia a man
named Gallen was attacked, stabbed four
times and shot at once; he died during the
night. Dedocrats should endeavor to con
fine these amusements to their conventions,
where we expect them. as they are rather
startling when they occur out of place.
Hedwig Raabe, the German ac
tress, who will visit the United States with
in the next two months, is a beautiful
blonde, will' large blue eyes and long gold
en ringlets. She is the pet actress of the
Russian Court, and the , Czar's second son
was at one time so desperately in love with
her that he insisted upon marrying her, a
project which his parents were hardly able
—Madame Rattazzi has in press a new
novel, which will create a great sensation,
inasmuch as it is nothing less than a clever,
but malicious, satire t on her mortal enemy,
the Empress Eugenie. Eugenie once called
Madame Battazzi "an old coquette," and
the ex-Princess of Solms is now going to
pay her back, principal and compound inter
est. The title of the novel will be "The
Empress Bibi." Bibi is the mane of Euge
nie's favorite Bologna dog.
—The Tomahawk's " Woman's Word
book" continues spicy. It gives: Position
—nine points of_ woman's law; Posterity—
a grandson who blushes for the ignorance
of his ancestor who slaved to such little ef
fect; Powder—what woman loads herself
with to make a ball go off well: Quack—a
duck of a doctor; Quarter—what no man
gets from a better half; Reflection—that for ,
which glasses were invented —woman
couldn't really do it for herself.
—An association has been ifornied in
Washington to be known as the "Howard
Fraternal Union," Composed entirely of
colored men, whose object is to secure a
homestead for General Howard as a testi
monial from the colored people of the Uni
ted States, for the valuable services that he
has rendered the race. The scheme is to
raise thirty thousand dollars fkom the col
ored people alone, no one person •to be al
lowed to contribute more than one cent.
—Anna Dickinson's new novel which is
so radical in it's social tendencies that she has
with difficulty found a publisher, is said to
be the story of a strong-minded, self-reliant
woman, who lives to herself, as Sir Charles
Grandison, according to his dotlngmamma,
did for himself, and from an unaided and
wholly unfrlendless•position rises to success
and liappiness without marriage. It is
supposed to be rather autobiographical
as the hero!ne is thought to be just what
Anna thinks she is herself
—With all his faults, the late Mr. Buch
anan was a kind-hearted gentleman. An
anecdote Is told of him which sustains this
assertion. He defended and succeeded in
clearing a man who was accused of homi
cide, and then refused to take a fee, saying,
"Do you take this money and move away;
use it to begin life with again.' Stop drink
ing and go to church; and that is the, best
way you can pay me." After many years
that man came back prosperous and repent
ant to thank the lawyer for having been the
cane of his reformation.
—La ;bike '_ describes a toilet which It
calls beautiful and. Original : Imagine a
round skirt of foulard camellia; ornament
ed below with two plaited flounces, which
.are boideted at the top by a fold of sliver
gray silk. The upper • skirt of silvergray
silk is looped back at the sides by biniches
of carmelite cOlored . ribbons. ,"It is orna
mented all, round with a narrdw fringe of
the same shade, with a fold of one centhne
tei in width' at the ton- The cassock of
carmelifs fouiard Sts;tight to the waist, and
hiloopedlauk en iyannters where the upper
oast mule; ,A long knot behind marks the
center of. these "limiters
.; that are much
:puffed.,,. The • tightfiltting sleeves of the
tower waist, we made of ellyer-gray
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PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1868
NO (MAIM MAWR WERE ARTIFICIAL -
A TULL EIZT FOR $B,
AT DR. SCOTT'S. '1
STS PENN STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE RAND
twlair E ra nc . lit AßlMe ra itomMorbi
nit. • laythdAT
YOB GAS AND OIL.
Just received, the finest and largest *acorn:dent
ever Opened in
WELDON & KELLY,
141 *OOl/ STREET, COB. Vma ALLEY.
CEMENT; SOAP STONE, &cc.
- 180/..t. STONE.
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS.
HENRY IL COLLINS,
O 5 Wood street.!
TIME GREAT AMERICAN COM-
AND SENIMNG MACHINE.
IT HAS 310
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN
TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
...Agents wanted to sell thla Machine.
CHAS.: C. TIATA3T....Iar.
Agent for Western Penney Multi.
Corner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, over
Richardson's Jewelry Store. 1ny28:01
WHITE LEAD AND COLORS.
WEINVITE` ATTENTION TO
our well selecTed and com
plete stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Patent
Medicines, Perfumery, &c.
'DRUGGISTS. PHYSICIANS and COMIC.
TRY DEALERS who replenish their
stocks In this market, will consult
their interest by examining our goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
Having* seelmted the ency for the
RGH WHITE LEAD & COLOR
WORKS, of Messrs. J. SCHOONMAKER
& SON, we offer to the trade their well
known brands of White Lead and Colors
at Manufacturers' Lowest Rates, and
guarantee them to give perfect antis.
Diction In every respect.
We invite espeehd attention to Me-
COP'S VERDITER GREEN as superior
in strength , . body. brilliancy and dura.
Minty to any Green Paint ever offered
to the public.
HAAB'S it EWING,
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
. ORGANS, &O.
THE BEST AND CHEAP.
SST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schomacker's Gold Medal , Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The ISCHOMACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known in the eon.
Unction of a first class instrument, and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is fall. sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship, for darability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from $5O to 8150, (according to
style ands - finish.) cheaper than all other so-called
Ant class Piano.
ESTEY'S COTTA/LE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed Instruments, in_pro
ducing the most perfect pipe 'quality of tone of - any
- similar instrument In th e United States. It Is sim
ple and compact In construction, and not liable to
get out of order. -
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VON.. HUMANA
TREMOLO" Is only to be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $550. AU guaranteed for Ire
BARB, KNAKE & BIIETTLEN
No. IA ST. CLAM STREET.
MELODEONS AND DEGANS,
In perfect order, front $35 to $l3O.
mtd2 4A nth et., Ad door above Wood.
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET
CHINA, GLASS AND
siLVER. PLATED wAss,
8 ; noffintuß suss,
g And other STAPLE AND FAGOT
GOODS, a gnsat variety.
100 WOOD =MUM.
RICHARD E. BREED &
100 WOOD STREET
011,111 LES REIZENSTEIN, .
15g Enders' Street, Allegheny,
(Fourth door above Diamond.)
Glass, China Ware & Table Cutlery
AT EASTERN PRICES. Ilverytklng required In a
grit elaas store, on • heed. CaU•aad - examine our
goods. - lelosse
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
AICD =ALL,' 12; •
IFOREIGN IDOKERTIO FRUITS &NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streots, Alla
ebony. Sr Oonstantty on hs*d, 10K CREAM, of
IF : Ewalt W. HORBACB,
Confectionery and Bakery
8 Between Seven T tit andilbettr.
Ne'LAD 4113 , OTTER BALOON attacked
• Candy Mantaitactorer )
And dealer In PORICION £ YEVITS,
PIO&ZILS, NUTS &13..
No. i/S) Fianna atiiicdp
Second ewer from the licit' 31ritto* Bank, /4 1 d•
gheny City. •
. IEME. HBEDI3 lbe Dealer,
*46 1 4 'lnViognLi4Y. rigabllP ll4'
Orders left bore, or at Riad Biro* Bridle will LIP'
Wye prompt attention. 'Wagon. lowing t s pidP!
burgh m. 1,1 .41 ,14 x4epz. . ,
=:IKIIMNOS AND NOTIONS.
LAILGEST I AND
BEST STOCK-•IN THE CITY.
war tin nor oeurnarm . ,
With Military Cafe, in Drab, Buff and Tan. •
fall line of Yreneh. German and English.
In Slik. Linen and Paint Lent. A fill pie of White
FRINGES, SEW 6} SILK AND BULLION,
1711 Z, GLYDE az CO.,
IS And 80 Illitarket Street.
AT JOSEPH HORNE & COO%
NEW 4:40013S !
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND FLOUNCLNGS;
SWISS - EDGINGS AND I SERTINGS;
LACE CAVES, COMM RS AND PARASOL
LINEN 'COLLARS AND uars.
SUPER. STOUT AND 8 ER FINE COTTON
AND MERINO 141 HOSE;
LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSE, in Lace, Lisle,
Silk and Cotton, of beet English and Ger
DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at very low rates;
ALEXANDRE'S DUCHESS KID GLOVES, a
new Une just received.
A MI assyrtment of BULLION AND SILK
BEAD FRINGES AND TRIMMINGS;
GIMP HEADINGS; • /
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SATINS;
PARASOLS AND BUN UMBRELLAS.
STRAW GOODS. •
~ &SALINES, ETTSa
BONNET SILKS, FRAMES,
SUNDONS AND SHMIER HOODS,
Wholes le and Retail.
TT and 'l9 Market Street.
= KID GLOVES.
"A. C. C."—"EI. S. K."
We invite attention to our
HID GLOVE DEI'ARTIGEn
Which Is now complete with ever/ color and shade.
In addition to our own special importation Of the •
Celebrated' A. C. C. GTouvln) HIDE,
We Dave secured the exclusive sale of the
"Hargis Seamless lElds" ,
The best Glove and most perfect fit.
wean= 4 CIAIILIBLII,
spit 19 STREET.
MACRON &CA 1111 - 1 LSI,
19 Fifth Street,
llew offer the most elegant line of
=Loin e 2A'gZ t o u ni b git 'el: l gg h mTrei. eV11. 4 -
0 .1 m.) , T14 , 01.14 . tu a man c rigal ir at a ttel2:Htt
apll , ''''''
3,pcitium & CARLISLE, ,
19 FIFTH STREET,
Nave just opened all shades of
BULLION AND RISTORI FRINGES.
BUGLE GIMPS ALD FRINGES,
At very low prices. apll
For sale CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, at
N 0.107 Market Street,near Fifth.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
mom- • ,
WALL ' APERS-.1868.
Onsurroursed 112 betnti 46,111041mq.
No. 87 ..Woot , :Streat v near Fourth.
. PYER AND BCOURER.
DYER AND SCOURER.
No. 8 ST. CILL&T,33, ST1131:817r,
Altol Na. 185 and 187 Tldrd Street,
ernA uncig, ra.' '
"SUIT ROME AignMATION BIIILDIBiee. Nos.
witi 4, Bt. elite Street. Tittataugh. Fla 5P 141,0 2
attention given to the deidgeleg and blaSidir ,
C OMIPT WM= NW //Min BMWINeIh
.3 it , ,4 •
colors and shades.
ARABOLB, - -
-JADED, LENS]) AND p.e.rti.
LINE Or HOOP sztaTi
ew styles DROP SKIRTS
omplete tariety, lit White and col-
Std Gloves, .
Silk Gloves. -
:W SARATOGA 'JOLLA&
are to be had at the LOWESN
DAILY ARRIVAL OF
At greatly reduced rates
For HALLS, PARLORS,
muimuts and grrtmEga.
In GREAT VARIETY,
NEW DRY GOODS STORE,
No. Ba St. Clair Street,
RED, WH I TS AND BLITZ FRONT.
J. 111. Bußcnri n & CO.;
Rays just opened a fresh stork of new and elegant
GRENADINES, for 25 cents. worth 40c.
LAWNS. for 25 cents, worth 373i9.
DELAirrEs. for 18 cents, worth 25e.
CALICOS..for ILA% cents, worth 15c.
MUSLINS, for 12A cents , worth 18c.
FIGURED ALP ACAS, for 25 cents, worth 44.
Black Silks, for Dresses and Sects;
Colored Silks, Black Hernanntest
_ White Marseilles , Linens;,
taces, with $ • assortment of DRY GOOD S
too numerous to mention.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN ti-nr, CITY,
.All good s wAnivarno as represented.
Remember the place-8S ST. CLAIR STREET.
QT. mummy. STREET. Qry
• • e
SPRING OPENING !
THOIIOIIII F PHILLIP'S' ,
(Successor to J. H. Burchfield 3 Co.)
SPRING DRY GOODS.
SPRING DRY GOODS.
SPRING DRY 0001 K ••
ME. PHILLIPS respectfully to enet. that the
extensive alterations to hls
RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE
Are comppleted , and
et i t s u 4s.lr_tabllaliic Lent Is, , NOW
OPEN. He offers as
New Stock of Dry Goode,
rgptini;rd . Sumuier Wear, at the lowest Hest
ape: . ST....BIA.RECET STBEET....ST.
ARBUTHNOT, SHANNON '& CO.,
No. 1.11 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PRIM.
NEW GOODS: '
HOSIERY. and GLOVES.
SCOl3O^l 7 ,
168 Wylie Street.
0,111161111, McCAIIIDLESS & CO.; (Late Wpson, Carr A C 0.,)
• ' WHOLE/ 3 / 6 LE DZALERB IN.
Foreign a nd' Domestic Dry Goods,
- No. 94 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley,
1. PITTSBURGH, PA.
LazWlo:4lm;ll:T.l:4l3l:,ii3 , l
STEAM CRACKER BAKERY,
817 Liberty Street.
Craekers are baked upon the orrx BOT
TOM, and are superior to any baked by hot air or
any other process. .
Er '14:11r THEM. "lie
M A R W'N5
ARE SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHERS
Or/ EKED IN THRICTET.
WINE, ROSTON, SODA, CREAM, FRENCH,
WAT a lall n E d ßafil laze d SODA CHACE..
For Sale Every . Grocer in the City.
• • •
Bakery, No. 91 Liberty- St.
NOTICE. • ,
. . .
. • •
The undersigned has associated with him in
business, dating from April lst s 1888, Mr: AL
FRED 8. WALL. his eon ASA S. GILLIBELE and
LOUIS ERGLERT.• The style of the Arm to be J.!
J..0/LLEBPIE & 00. J. J. 01LLESPLIt.
Referring 'to the above. the undersigned `
pleasure in stating that they will continue the •
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE BUSINESS,,
At 88 Wood street, where they intend to Wier in-'
ducements to purchasers second to no house in the
United Estates: '' • -
J. d. GILLESPIE* CO,
PRISOLUTION.—THE FIRM OF
ATWELL, LEE & CO. was dissolved on the '
of February, 1868, by mutual consent. Either
partner may sign the name of the Arm In settlement.
' • A..J. LEE.
Undersigns_ will continue e ; WHOLESALE
GROCERY BUSINESS, under the name end style of
ATWELL & LEE, at the old place, rid. la &mad
street. A continuance of the patronage .of their
MI/MA and the public is respecttnily _solicited.
JOHN D. BAILEY. & BRO., •
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
A ND AiCTIONILEBB, . 4
Are prepared to sell at Auctiol STOOB6, 2 BONISS„
and saltinds of SECURITIES, REAL STATE
HOUSEHOLD PUIINITUBE, eith e r on the 1
premises or at the BoEhl of Trade ' Roomett
Particular attention paid., beretofore, to the
sale of Real Estate a private sale. -
Sales st eat Estate
the noun attended. •
Moe. No. 116 FOURTH 8T• • od2l
' S10•000 ' 79 - I " ' ! t2 .
ON BOND AND XORTQAGIC.
GEC). M. PATTY.
a3lll Rea Eat to Agent,..6o ffialtheeld stieet.
?or ale b JOHN R. aA. MVEDOCR. Nun n%
' Haitifiela street
RICESIj . OF THE
VARIOUS OF GUNPOW DR
lliklitirrAbTllEED BY THE
HAZARD POWDER CORP
ARtHUR KIRIK, Agent,
r Office, 172 lend 174 FEDERAL. STREET,
CANISTER POWDZE. ' -
Electric row. I,s $, 4 and 5 gran: • 111 &pars
Canlateis ili tt E gen
American g, in Oval Canisters: or 110.
"Desk' Shooting, NO 5 . 1,2, and -4 , grain', is
Oval Canbters of 1 lb. each
Indian /USIA th Oval Canisters of 1 lb. ear.b...;
Kentucky sane,4n Oval Canisters of I lb.' eac h •
Kentuckyß iflle in Oval Canisters of )6 lb. each:
(25 one lb. OYU Canisters In a ease.)
(60 half lb. do. ,do.)
.Kentucky Rini, 1 1 17 G, 7 . 70, and !!Sea Shook. ,
in 5" PO, in kegs. 25 lbs
Kentucky Kids, rrro; rro, end "Sea Bboot.
WV , PG, In kegs, 124 • • •- • •
Kentucky Rifle, ma, PPG, and "Sea Shoot•
lag" rd. In kegs 634 lbs •
Deer Powder, In k e gs, 25 lbs
Mining and.l3lllppina Powder, Alining r, sr,
and FFF grain, net cash, in kegs, 25 lbs
_Safety Fuse for Blasting, of superior ; qoallty.
In packages or 60 feet and over
Delivered free of expense ' on noar,
Railroad, In Pittsburgh or Allegheny, 'Wig*
Gifts to the a
draws a prize.
5 Quilt Gift
40 • •
450 • •
600 _ " •• • •
30 Elegant Rosewoo d Pianos, each $3OO to $5 . 1
as . a Melodeons •• 75 to -11
150 Sewing Machines e ac h so to All
1150. Musical No zee 515 to 21
300 Fine Gobi Watches .. . . " 75 to ail
'750 Fine Sliver Watches • • go t o
Pine CIO Paintings, Framed Engravings, Ediv
. Ware, Photograph Albums, and a large as • . sortment of Fine Gold Jewelry; in
• A thasetto creep any of the above Prises by pe
chasing a Sealed* Ticket for 25 cents.- Tickets d
scribing each Prize are sealed in Envelopes and the
oughly On receipt of Meta. a Seated Tic/
will be drawn without choice and delivered o
office, or sent:by mall to any address: The pri
named upon it will be delivered to the ticket hold
on the payment atone dollar. - Prixes.will be Inca
diately.sent to any address, as requested; hy expre
or return mail.
Yousotil biota , what your Prise is Wore you
for tt. drive prize may be exchanged' for another
th,* same vatue. , i'llo r•etNES. ; •
Atilr•Our patron's can depend on fair dealing.
Rxrzazzroxe:—We select. he few following nam
from the many: who , have lately drawn valnab
prizes and kindlY_permitted us to pabilah them:
S. T. Wilkinsi.Ruffalo; N. Y. *Loop; Miss Ann
Monroe. Chicago, MI, Plano, valued at *MN Robe
Jackson, Dubueme, lowa, Gold Watch, $250;
McCarthy, Louisville, 'Ky., Diamond Cluster Bin
, W; R. A. Patterson, Nevi 'Bedford:. Mass., HUT;
Tea Set , $175• Miss Emma Walworth,. Dillwaulte
wis,, Piano, $.76; Rev: T. W. pitt, 016 7e4nd,
I3TWe üblish no names without permission.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.-"`They
doing the largest business: the firm is rrgeliable, ax
deserve their sitecess."—Weakly Tribuiae , . Feb.
"We have examined their system amilenoir the
to be stair •
dealing — Nero Yo rk Herald,
231 'Last week ei r itlend of ours drew a. 11560 pr iz.
which was promptly received.74Mity B ) aes, Mar
Send for circular giving many more references ad
favorable notices from the press. Liberal induci
merits to Agents, Satisfaction guaranteed. Eves
package of. Sealed Envelopes contains ...Ns CAP , '
GIFT. Six tickets for ok; 13 for 17; 33 for *kin) for $1
All letters should be addressed to 'HAIM
WILSON & CO.. 173 BROADWAY, N. Y.
. Jab al7 '
T° WHEAT GitOWERS: •
, LITN GIFT COMPANY.
untoof $25,0,000. Eyery tied
EII SA MIONLITED
StIPER,P OSPILLTE OP _ 7 LIDEE
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• iThe Allegheny Fertilzer Co ;
REWARD a' CAMPBELL,
PltclaNittr o 'ionsi • 1
OtHee, 856 Penn Street, Plttetorgli, P •
The beet Fertilizer In use, and recognized bY
Farmers who hare ' given it a trial, to oe'the ten
and for raising. Argot mops Wheat; Bye, .:
Corn, Pota toes; Ac. We ha ve published for gra
Item; circulation a pamphlet containing Were .
and valuable statements of this Fertilizer: copies
which will be sent free to any sending .10 loam ".
itc , inENS4) - N,
No. 20 FIFTH STREET
TO BE HAD EVERYWHERE.
Tradirta 3 Vled
street; PATTERSON I 801 , 1
LOCK: 77 ood ttree__„t•RlTM .11)48.1.181.E.1
19FIrth street; /140.A.ND, JANUSON I CO..
108 Wood street: - : • '
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Way. New York. la
tEVAt BECHILIT, .
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(Late. of P. P. W. & 0. BelllrliY4
Nice, No. 79 PZDERAL STRE E T 1
,ET Boortilio. 54
upstairs. P. O. Bor. 50. ALLEGHENY CITY... •
~ mgcHTNERT, of alVdeseriptlons,designed.
BLAST FUENAyand BOLLING MILL DRAW
furnished. articular attention Wad to de.;
filglllng COLLIER 3 LOCOMOTIVES. Patents eon
ndentially solicited. 46T An EVENING DRAW
LASS for,: abohanlca every' WEDNESDAY NIGHT. I; -- - - • aPinde 1
RAIN PIPE.--11ALL &AHAB'S'
SUPERIOR Attli'lOLE OF
All Area, from one twenty-four Indies at WEL
DON A BELLY'S:O4mm for manufacturers, 111,7
Wood street. tteiween Fifth and Sixth streets.
All persons ba i ting dahni es aidi
ef4 In the ATIIANI3OAT 'A DELLO in!' Zik t e .
notice that Ihave sal4 atemboat at the nit
of BAXICR. Z'A co , •
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OUR PEV Hair WORKRANDa :v
led street. near Bantbdeld, pu ut tsodeit t ,
diwags on hantiluenetit assortment of Ladles'
WIG, BANDkustigtgi trattUemetvit WIGS, TO
BJWi ig d 'ti Wb:U ni jkl C 111 707;
And , Gentleman's Hats , 0a done!
the slivpr'&, - - • -ablate
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