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ttiti..Vitts# . 44.'..6oots
'LOVED TOO LATE.
Yar off In the dim and desolate Past—
Thathhareless d sorrowful 'sea.
'Where wrecks are driven by wares and blast.
'shattered. sunken. and lost at last,
Lies the heart that was broken for me—
Long ago broken for me!
My loves. were Glory and Pride and Art
Sweetall. dangerous-rive', three -
Sweet lips might quiver and warm tears start;
Should &martin pause for a WOlllllll'S heart—
Even that which was broken for me!
. Poor heart:
•:.(I;oo•istre to be broken for met
•Oh, abe was more mild than the Bummer wind,
. Yore lair than the be:
liters true than the stavytith twilight twinned,
Waa 'the spirit against whose love I. sinned—
The heart that was broken for me—. •
Pooren for heart! •
I told her an artist should wed his art—
That only,. his love shonid be;
No other should lure me from mine apart.
1 said: and my cold words chilled her heart—
The heart that was broken for me
Hopelesslfor me I
I spoke of the beautiful years to come,
In the lands beyond the sea— •
Those years which must be wearisome
To her; but her patient lips were dumb;
In•allence it broke Mt mei • ,
• Poor heart
Broke, yet complained not for me!
t,-k3presicd her hand, and rebuked her tears,
Lightly and carelessly;
I aald my triumphs should reach her ears,
And left her alone with'dismal year*,
And the heart that war breaking for me -
Patiently breaking forme:
My dayaviere a dream ofylummer time,
Tame life brigh t ictorye •
' wove garlands to crovrn my prime, -
And I half forgot In that radiant clime
The heart that was breaking fur
Poor heart! • .
Patiently breaking for me I
But my whole life seemed, as the swift years rolled
• More hollow and vain to be;
Faave , a bosom at best Dillard, and cold
- Ohl" would Dave elven allpraises-and gold
For the heart that was broken for me-
' Poor heart!
Thanklessly broken for me! • •
• Seek with longing; hope, and dread,
I hurried across the sf•a;
-Bke bad wasted, as though with grief, they said
-Poor child, poor child f-and was long since dead:
Aht dead'fbr the love of me- •
Poor heart l ' •
•• Broken, =dash:ay, forme!
- Weighed dawn by a load too heavy to hold,
She died mnrauringlyl
And I, remorseful nd uneonsoled,
I dream of the wasted days'of old,
And the heart that was broken for me
i - Poor hearti
Broken so vainly forme!
Amu my soul cries in bitter pain
For thi bliss that cannot be- •
Per the love that never can come again,
?or Nor the sweet young lifiathat was rive d va in,
And the heart that was broken for me- •
`Broken and tutted for me! •
—Parepa has gotten over the measles.
',—Boner's Ledger hfisa circulation of
—Many Neapolitan pfiesta ha ye recently
—A club for .young women is sp r en. Of
1 —Loetze, the ttrtist, had his life insured.
—Wendell Phillips will go abroad during
the autumn. • , •
• —A Boston woman at Hahant, bathes in
dress Which Cost 00.
--Blacque Bey, the Turkish Embassador,
is back at Washington.
-Hepworth Dixon haft come out strongly
sadical in English politics. . • , •
.Olen. Sheri= has, taken a. cottage atlicw
put for the rest of the season.
The chief cook of the Cataract House at
Niagara gees $250 per month.
—The 16th of Tnly - was the hottest ,day
that England has had for fifty yeare. •
/ 1-Blackberries are 45 cents a quart and
butter 75 cents a pound in Philadelphia:
—A North Carolina negro prophet has
Tredicted a tremendous famine for 1875.
—The salary of AhisMajesty, the King of
the Sandwich Islands is $45,000 annually.
—The Boston Bulletin says : "A good
:idrummer' always ayoi6 a 'dead beat* "'
--Cholora has broken out agaia.in India
among the pilgrims to Juggernaut's shrine.
—A $lOO,OOO steam saw-mill is to be built
it Fort Edward, on the east bank of_the
_Hudson. - -
—There are fourteen German schools in
Newark, N. J., witli 3,000 children in at-
—Twelve policemen have been wounded
or murdered in New York , city, since the
1 . --Immenie quantities of superior Kaolin
bays been ilisooyered in San Joaquin even.
—English, papers say that John Bright
will probablY deliver a course of lectures in
iimerien next winter.-
—Frederick Gerstaecket has gone back to
;lis home, to preaden, and saye . he will
never travel any more.
'-One'. glass manufactory in. Pittsburgh
:tarns 0u63600 dozen hunp cbiniggls per
wseh, besides other ware. . . - • •
nail factory at •Knoxville, • Tenn.,
which was recently itaited,is turning out
. ball a top of nails every day. " ' •
shirts of the threat quality and
most elaborate workmanslp can be bought
in Paris for six hundred dollars a dozen.
—The opPonents of Turirsh Baths will
be'glad to learn that Dr.- Kirsvin Dean, of
Lithe4fki died_ while eni.VinK :one the ot4er •
Edmund.. Yates, , the .riklittle novelist is
laking the herteflt of , the tugliali. bankrupt
set ' His liabilitiert are seven thousand
There . are 276 allopathic physicians in
Boston,; about 60 homeopidic, 60 women
. physicians, and . about - 200 eclectlcs .and
quacks. - •
• A firm in Virestmore,' Vermont, is ezi
gaged in manufacturing scythe-stones, H o f
- which useful article they turn out 50 dozen
VatdaY; • ' .• - •
—A womatzin Dantzle via& seateneed to
one year solitary confinement and to pay a
*eavy. fine, all for leitig a witch who sold
—The Douglas monument near me w
is not finished, - only the base being done
bit for some:reason or, pther; work has been
stopped' on It
7 -FrOIII Maine wa 11841,i:that ilrohnrgirl
di that vicinity -some place, swallowed an
scorn last winter, and coughed
,up a little
_Oak sprout this simmer. , •
.Several 'hundred Wptemberg mid
Bavarian Families are about to eudgrate to
Yalestide t . , They..tbirik that the. time for
vetting hack to Jerusalem has come.
• --At Medina, New Ihunpshhe, Here is a
An manufactory , which has a ~capltai of
41 . 100.:000. employs forty-five hands, and
4nakes all sorttkof fans, from thi?iie 'costing
five cents up tip five , and ten dollar ones.l
It is the only factory of the 'kind in the
—The- Casco Iroh: Company's Works,
with 23 acres Of land and an extensive wa.
ter front, at the month of the Presumpscof
river,. in Maine, are to be sold this month.
—_The kadisOn Woolen kill at Winter
set, - lowa, has two sets of hands, and is run
ning night_ and day; making cassimeres,
beavers, satinets and other similar goods.
serpents in a Paris menagerie at.
tempted'to awallow , lattillirati tat.Their'
j aws me t half way, when one quietly solved
the difficulty by swallowing both cat and
—Very good ox-tail soup can be made of
the devil-fish. This is a good thing to be
known - ,by those persons who, when wish
ing to make soup, cannot lay their hands on
an ox.tail. • '
—ln Muncy, Pennsylvania,there are one
hundred and thirty steam and water - power
sawmills, two fonndriea and machine shops,
and a factory which manufactuies • 40;000
hay forks every year.
—Chigles Dickens has eighteliildren,,
whose names are Mary,.4ate; Charles, Wal
ter Landor, Francis Geoffrey, Alfred Ten
nyson; Sidney Smith, Henry Fielding, and
Edward Lytton Buiwer. .
—The: only religious-daily in the' world
is a penny paper called the .Daily Wiineas,
published in Montreal. It claims to have a
larger circulation than all the other Mon
treal dailies put together; . 'i
—A boot and sh6e manufacturer at Ro
chester, New York, has a five, story facto
ry, with 400 employ6s, uses fiityl t sewing
machines constantly, and turns out 1000
pairs of men's and women's boots per day.
—Tlie five hundred Americans in Etna
gradt had a fine banquet on•the 4th of Jfilly.
The American residents of Dresde : • ac
cording.to their yearly custom, gaS , a plc
tile at the baths of Schandau, a ritt tidy
7 -The newspapers: of London complain
loudly of the unprecedented heat, the ther
mometer. for nearly two . vtiFeeks ranging
at noon fkoni 79 to 84 in the shade. We
hardier Americans render thanks for cool
weather when the mercury is
t ail low as that.
7-The Pennsylvania Iron Company's
works; at Danville, employ two thousand -
and manufacture ninety-fiVe tons, of
railroad iron per day. The Cambria Iron
.l iVorks,-at tohnstoNvn; is the only similar
manufactory in the country which equals
!this in size
—A nurse has been arrested at Geneva, on
a charge of poisoning successively, eight
persons whoin she had under lier care. The
only explanation given for the minxes is a
sort of homicidai racknomluAlt, as she does
not appear to have derivod any profit from
the death of Ilion person&
—John B. Pough has concluded to "not
count thie time," but to go ahead and lee
tare again rent winter. If the gentleman
would:spend a year ortwo in getting a few
new anecdotes, and in trying to bring his
grammar andapoliteness on a par with his
eloquence, s it would perhaps be as well.
—The , Snobocrat papers, a sort of imita
tion of the "Book of Snobs" and "Poti-
phar Papers." which have been running
through the Boston Commercia/ BuZletiri
for some montha, are to iti , pullished in
book-form in the autumn. Their author,
Mr. George X Towle, H. S. Consul at
Nantes and author of "Towles' History of
Henry V." has been engaged by Mr. Dick-
ens 'as a regular contributor to "All the
The Boston Connueres'ai Btaktin says: It_
seems that, out of a large number of appli
cants for admittance to Harvard College,
very few were sneeessfal, and the C.orrm•
pondeat of a daily paper hints that the pre
pandory work has not been - thoroughly
done. We have received the prospectus of
agentleman well known to the cornmunitn,
who offers his services to,Parents and Guar."
diens, as an instructor of youth in thos
branched whiCh he _says. are 'absolutely . ' es
sential to &student of the present day, and
from the recent occurrences at Worcester,
„tiros., on the occasion of the Regatta, we
presurnellud many will agree with him.
Ma Wir. Sus
• Respectfully'offers his services aa a train.
er of youth, to gentlemen wiao wish their
sons perfectly preparefffor Harvard Yale
Mr. Sykes' long and valuable experience
as'a trainer of prize fighters and. fighting
dogs particularly qualifies him for the more
arduous business , in the training line for,
which he now presents himself.
Ir. Elias served short sentences (until
pardoned out) in all of.tbe principal penal
institutions of the country, is • a skillful
crackstnait, terrific rougli-and , tumble light
er, and though , but resident a short time hi
Boston his nanie will be found on the books
of nearly every station house' in the' city.
He hashed frequent and honorable 'Mention
in the Police Court reports and flash news,
papers, has foUght three prize lights, and
been decorated on different occasions , with
a'broken nose, - a slit ear and a gouged eyli,
and, le ready to lign articles with any man
of his weight in the country; man and
money can be found at The Dead Rabbit,
Gin Lane, North street.
lefr..Sykes has fitted up the building in
which the above popular saloon' located;
without-regard to the lawn_ or expense,- as a
preparatory -school • for young gentlemen
about entering college; and 'has every ad
vantage for turning them out perfect black . -
guards in4horter time and at much less ex
pense than the sable experience can be ac
quired anywhere outside of Harvard or Yale
On . thiotro floor ef 1163 .. liti' etfealtn?oulllnwebell
atm.! dtbigins- .'
found the rP Dead --.-- Rabbit ," water is
a s q he
with: the $ .
Stocked .111 'in") from benzins
alcohol, and the t he resort of some
This; saloon _ is: already . moans f a the
of the -- most dangernbirtli:keettere• have been
country. , Musculez ba r tumble ;fight can
ipgated; and a rough..", „,.v• oiening. In
be depended on ablest kv, --, lu a And dpg
the- haarment -a nommodieull • rat killpit has ` been built,' and fi gh ts,def,.._ftruotive
tags, coon drawings and o ther - ....;;li.sui,
lectures will be regularly given r su7pi-7, ,
. - monaL,An n'int*Tunzint,', l ~0..
In the s e c ond story a New,.Yeih' "'need
hall; with private .uppet. room pretty
waiter glrls, Itc, In the third storytare the
hin.dsomely arranged gambling rooms
the institution, : fi nely furnished for far,
roulette; keno, props, and other fiebionable
games, with a lame corps of experienced
blacklegs constantly in attendance.
TEE LANGUAGES, '
Nothing but the purest Man andthieves'
argot will beepoken on the premises. Pu
pils will be wider the personal supervision
of Mr.. Sykes, who, aided by competent
professors in: every department,. will in:
struct them in the choicest - slapg, pugilism,
drinking, smoking, chewing, &wearing, and
miner- branches. -
ed in the course of instruction will
be a prize-fight, which will come off at some
quiet town in the vicinity of Boston, and
which will be conducted in strict accord
ance with the P. R., and with all the bru
tality,. thieving, rowdyirim, and cruelty,
which distinguish such entertainments. Pu
pils will make nightly tours of the city, ac
companied by Mt. Sykes' for the purpose o
becoming acquainted with the different bar
"rooms and 'dance-halls of the city. and
practicing wrenching off bell-pulls, break
ing glass, frightening women, and inspect
It will be readily seen that Mr. Sykes' in
stitution will possess the very beat advan
tages for fitting young gentlemen for the el:
evating tendencies of of a college life. ,
(mums AND CONDITIONS
1 The teims •are $l,OOO for thetcourse of
three months, snd found in whisky and .
Every pupil'will have his head shaved be
fore entering, and come provided with
• 1 pair' Brass-Enuckles, -
6 Packs Cards,
1 S 1 ung-Shot,
1 Bull-Terrier Pup.
WILLIAM SYKES, IA Principal
Wrrxtap pvt_tri I
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN ARTIFICIAL,
TEETH ARE ORDERED.
• A PULL BET FOR Pk
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
$7B PENN STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE HAND
ALL WORE WARRANTED.. CALL AND ES
AMINE SPECIMENS OF CGTNIGNE VULCAN
la Et cicialers,
FOR GAS AND; OIL.
Just reeeived,_ the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in Ws city.
WELDON & WELLY,
14T WOOD STREET, COB. Inatuar
mb24:u2S • - •
DEMENT, SOAP STONE, &C.
tk , AP STONE.
PLASIME. CHIMNEY TOPS. Q
HENRY H. COLLINS,
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN -PIPE,
Meanest and beat Pine in the market. Also, BO
BEITDALE I:IYDBAULLIC cIEMINT for sale.
' B. A: C. A. =goyim-x.lr it co.
Moe and lifarmfactory—%4o EICBECVA ST.,
Allegheny: . 4i `Orders by anal promptly attended
iiliZW.oo , Zifl=W-It!Dae3i l / 2 1(0 , ;L:11
NEW & SEASONABLE' GOODS.
PINE, WHITE AND BLUE MOSQUITO BAR;
LADIES , AND GENT'S SOMMER UNDER
*EAR; PALM VANS, LINEN ANS, SILK
PANS; HEAD NETS; LINEN HAND
lizacHtErth LACE HANDERS.
EZECIPEPSI; COTTON HO
BIZET; LADIES', GENT%
=0 OSE, BILE'
LINER AND •
♦ riendid soorinient, Or Ladies and Mena.
BULLION FRINGES, SEWING SILK FRINGES,
Mu:., a full line of
BULLION, to Match.
We bare now a hal Une'of the new
DROP BRIIRTS OP HAND 6
JOCKEY COLLAR, DICKENS
DEBBY COLLAR, ,
' EXFOELITIpIor 479ttAR: ' ' --
woobritipestally larite the attention of , sobk
bers to opeAlirjsplo*k‘ peportsrenti wo mit
goods at rowwwwiesufirket wises. . , ,
NalOatrat Vai7DE -ACV**,
IS and SO Market Btie44::';'
pRICESIMA, alf-ED DOW NS
No. 19 Fifth EN:reet.
®N AND AFTii lEtt
HOOP ESICIETB. (Ladies', 'for 4 80e
LIES EANDszainincirs. a tor fib
eLovzt3;;(warrlnted.)... , 4.00
PAPSB ',Less t 10
AOO Yds . isrooL corTug," (good)
POOSZT:ZOOK/3, wor • " • *sie
=NV SU M MER 7314DAESSIXT8.... . . .
mops ........ .111
All Idndli Boluidzi and }MI at•ltaiitlist
*TAr a 2 . 7DI!,OF 9°ol :,
alpooloi to Xonhanto * Dul.vi.
'irkintni'a . tutaiziuji;
blue 19713TH fiTipErre
-AT WIC SEMPLE"
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
AT M:ti l l.lMt EpEIXPIXS,
180 &182 Federal St., Allegheny.
IN PRICES I
TO CLOSE STOCE OF
THEODORE P. PHILLIPS.
ARBUTHNOT, SHANNON & CO.,
No. 116 Wood St., PittsbaXgh, Pagr
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PRICES.
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
166 No. 166 " ylte Street. Jul
C ' ' I LESS &. CO,
maw '• sou; Can 00., )
WIEOLDIALL .D14743raE1 Di •
Foialga mid' Domino Dri Goods,
No. 04 WOOD BTSZET,
21111 4 40 0 stars R 1,4111144 alley.
Beys' t Youths and edldren's. •
. euhrioniai`eassuiena. eurrs,
DUCK SUITS, ,
• • •7 / 1 40 * 111 , 11 ./ .1. 4.' •
zL I 4
44 , 141 t 41604ir JACKETS,
Ia Every - Style, of the fiefiabmt variety,
su F rAinzi itco.i l iqr. PRESENT SEABON.
Geniirmee wlf , lnd a Sae sworn:wit
White and ' Brown Dutk suds,'
• Aipacea and Malone Coats, &a.,
TaiMenibein!"42l47 for Pr thebisbo
Are se Low eislieed goods sae be Sold
eit. , by may Fires Nast or
,BRAY ; 8c • LOGAN
-47 St. Clair Street. • '
• MEIZOICANT .."
.P4ntrA4 I . I : O 3TIZICIY /Infirmly vs.
DAY,, AUOUST 4, 1868.
180 & 182 Federal St, Allegheny.
BLEACMED iIIOSLIN. '
PILLOW CASE IMES.
fOURTING CITE ,
COTTON TABLE DIAPER,
LINEN TABLE DIAPER,
BONICY COMB UILTS,
BALMORAL AND HOOP 6KIRTt3;
WHITE AND OOLORED CORSETS,
GENT'S WHITE SHIRTS,
HATS, HthEONS, FLOWERS, At.,
AT LOW- PRICES,
IPLIfIKEIr STREET. QP I 7
1-7 s •
87 MARL ET STREET.
CARPETS AND. OIL CLOTHS.
MANUFACTURERS HERE and
in : Europe HAVE NOW AD
VANCED PRICES,. but we of
fer all kinds of CARPETS for
the Present at the very low
est CASH RATES of the past
season. Having made all our
contracts previous to any ad
vance, and invariably for .
cash, we are enabled to sell
lOwer than they Can,be
chased this Fail.
Manufacturers' recent advance in
-prices, we will cont inue to offer the
Largest, stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Oarpeiz in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this sear
son. ' dust received, - a few pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
.; Royal. Axminster.
OLIVER M'CLINTOCK & GO.,
No. 23 Firth Street
Red, Checked, Striped and Panty
.3X ATrr I INT S,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Oil Mail, _Window Shades. &c.
BOVARD, ROSE I&
21 ITIF - sTREET.
14219:di - wir .
SWIS LACE CURTAINS.
. , •
Brass, and Wood Cornices,
.THE NEWEST AID BEST PATTEBIB,
(Many of which cannot be had elsewhere.)
.AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
McFARLAND & COLLINS,
.71-and 73 Fifth Street. -
liikrre&T (SECOND FLOOR.)
Which TEN • TRIAL in New York and oth
er Eastern ci has proved a complete snccellar
ist—lP:ading end Ithrinhage are completely avoid
ed. • --- • • •
_ 46:-No ripping _apart necessary. •
3d-When nted from dust, mot= or their larvae,
the Carpet look* nearly is good as new, save the
asthma fading from wear.
40—When perfectly clean, a Carpet win wear as
long again. a desirable matter as a mere. point of
economy, to say nothing of loeks.
ALL ORDERS LETT AT THE OFFICE,
•No. 179 - lAbertyi• Street',
Or addressed to P. O. Box 473, will receive prompt
GEO. L. iIteCLINTOOT.,
HATS AND CAPS.
, OUT thILL-E
s;r4m.A. - vv ]a.A.9osi,
AT BRallolgD PRIMA
AT NCOORD 1 , 4!1t CO.'S,
131 WOOD BMWM.
mAnivv - uriZniwit,
• AWS, CAPS AND ..1"131113„.•
Also. Mannpotarer, Wholesale and ROSH Pealer
In TRUNKS. VALISES. &a., No. 1351 "811:1T11*
STREET. Pltaburgb, Ps.
Orderenromotlvnitad. and nattafmtiqpprstnteed.
Coihelioneri and Bakery
No. Ado EiNrlllPmb STERNT,
Between Seventh and.LN)erw.
Air , 141.11211 1 Is.S.LOON attattiod.
Fowl Cak&'lfakor & Confect - lota
PORMIGN & DONNeT/0 FDDiTt3 & Nr2l3,
No. 40, , etoiniilfetterai Babinion stis'AiaLAßo
fltlenr. W/P-Oopstaaar .on Mod. /011- ClArkami
vflrlops flavors, Os
ILT 1%0 114 ' 1 4"1, . - -; •- I • - „,
OIEW WM" .ALteigheam .
hirtnei t iety 'third siiitficage,..,be•
stowed apes me t assilr e ary. tiletula and the queue
generally that.; l b Atturetna In; the put. Shad
endeavor diligently to merit k Continuance of the
sane, and will be always at the shop fromto 9
u. and hostl to RP. at. u1311:434
51 FIFTH STREET.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Hoeice Is hereby given that the Bra of
STRICKLER & MORLEDGE was dissolved' by mu
tual consent on tne let day of July, A. D. ISSII.
All debts due to said arm will be paid to CHARLES
H. MORLEDGE, by-whom all debts due by the arm
will be paid, and he - is authorized to sign the arm
name in liquidation. J. E. STRICKLER,
C. H. MORLEDGE.
Having sold out my interest in the above estab
lishment, I cheerflilly recommend Mr: MORLEDGE
to. all my friends as an honest, • upright business
man, and hope that they will continue their kind
favors and patronage heretofore bestowed.
J. E. snuckLEß.%
IRON CITY SPICE MILL,
C. H. MORLEIXE, Proprietor,
Fifth Street ".Extension,
• - IrrramusGH,
Dealer In : llnadulterated- BOAST COF
FEES, SPICES, and Concentrated
DI S S O LITTION.=The Partner
ship heretofore existing between the euG
scribers, andel. the Arm of -,-
ANDERSON, COORI &.CO.,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness of the late firm will be settled by our succes
sors, Messrs. ANDERSON Jc WOODS, at the °Mee
of the Pittsburgh Steel Works.
It. J. ANDERIOI 4 I,
J. W. COOK.
WM. WOODS. . •
The tradersigneii having dlspOsed of his interest
in the late term of ANDERSON, COOK .t CO., to
Messrs. ANDERSON a WOODS, begs leave to' rec
ommend his successors to the patronage of the cue
tomersof the former drm. J. W. COOS.'
Pittsburgh, July 25i h, 1868. j 728
- - -
DISSOLUTION OF GO-PART
ITERSHIP.—The Pirtnershili heretofore ex
isting under the style of
SADIUE& lI&STINGS & CO.,
Is this day dissolved by =Muni consent, DAVID
EWING withdrawing from the Arm. The business .
will be carried on as usual , under the *old name of
S. HASTINGS & CO.. Carpenters and Builders,
corner or West street and North Avenue. The busi
ness of the old firm wilt be seitlid 'by the under
signed. smut:rm. HASTINGS.
Allegheny, July 1868
Nert& ; • ; .
The tuadershmed has associated with thll2 - 111
business, dating from April Ist, 1988 Mr. Al.-
FRED 8. WALL: his son . ASA 8. GILLISPEE and
LOUIS EMMERT. The style of the firm to be J. ,
J. GILLESPIE & CO. • J. J. GILLESPIE.
Referring to the above. the undersicued ta k e
pleasure in stating that they will continue the
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE BUSINESS,,
At 88 Wood street, *here tbey Intend to offer In
ducements to purchitsen second to no house In the
Z. Z. OILLESPEC & CO.
ISSOLUTION,Nottee is hereby
W given that the partnembip heretofore exist
and between J. B. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM BURKE
DAViD J. MIL! ER, under the name a nd style
of J. B. WILLIAMS CO., ball been this day as
solved by mutual consent, and the books of the said
firm have been left - with R. J. MeCANDLKSS, Sher
man House. No. lost. Clair street, Plttaburgb,ibr
settlement. The business in future will be carried
on by J. B. WILLIAMS.
J B. WiLLIAMS
• WILLIAM BURRE,
_ DAVID J. MILLER.
Pittsburgh, may 3u, 1888.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
&ECM ISMER CORDIAL,
An infallible remedy for Summer Complaint, Diar
rhea, Dysentery, 'Vomiting, Sour Stomach and
DR. mnir CRIMP CDRE,
A specific for Cholera, Cramps and Pain in the
Btomach, for sale by
ELILERIS & EWING,
Corar of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
SCHOONMAWRR. & SON'S
PURE WHITE LEAD,
McCOY'S -TERDITER GREEN,
The only Breen paint that will not deteriorate by
last longer and gtv e
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
100• WOOD STREET
Comm, GLASS .'AND
g SLYER PLATED WARE,
8 BOHEMIAN, Off,
; And other STAPLI3 AND IPA.NCY
*I 13001113, a great variety.
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD li - int./ZED' & C.O.
100 WOOD EMMET.
RE GREAT AMERICAN COM
BINATION., • ,
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT NUS NO DOWAL,_
BEING ABSOLDTELY THE BEST IPADELY
:MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND; IN
TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST..
sa-Agenta wanted to sell Ibis
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.0 021 / el -FIFTH - ANL). MARES'Ir
arßion' STREETS. peer`.
,Rlchs Jewelry Store.. - . mr44:9(44
DYER AND SCOURER,
DTER - 0wp...8.0900Eit.
;to., 8 'ST.
And era. isc; ni, Thua'stivo,,
-PT BUB&E. Pl..'
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pgRCEVAL • BECKETT,'
• - VILECIRAMMIAis EINGINEBS
Alikll Solicitor of Patents. .
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°floe. No. la 'FEDERAL' STREET : Boom No. a,
audairs. P.O. Box 01), ALL/Si/DENY CITY. . ".
mACHINERY,. of Alt deserietions,dealgoed.
• BLAST FURNACE and ROLLING NEILL DRAW- ,
INGS raralsbed. Particular Attention paid to
slirideir COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVE& . Potent& eels. .e aetitrailv solicited. /GP An EVENING DlLtip.
ING CLAM for mechanics every WEDNESDAY
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