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Cljg gitirurgt Ott.
—Wm. Gillmore Simms is at Yonkers.
—Troy, New York, has alVoman's club.
—Some Philadelphia and Germantown
ladies have a rifle club. •
—Blacque Bey, to be in the fashion, has
thken a cottage at Newport.
—Gen. Harvey is said to have keen one
of the Menken's first victims.
—Miss Berner a New York blonde is
spoken of as the belle of Kissinger.
,The Talmud, by Prof. Deutsch is an
- nounced as forthcoming in London.
--A bronze statue of Beecher is to be
, ma4e, probably to leave to posterity.
—The mackerel fishery in the Bay of St.
Lawrence has - proved a failure this year.
—Verminthai produced a tomatomeasur
lug twenty and a half inches in circum
—The abdication of the Czar is spoken _of
in European diplomatic circles as riot im
L—A Cincinnati merchant is said to have
left $40,000 in the clutches of the "tiger"
W. Strader, has accepted the DeMn
cratic nominatiion to Congress in the First
- --George Wilkes says that no one has ac
cepted any of his bets on the election: Alas!
—Tile retail trade of Boston has revived,
but as a commercial city the hub- is not
what it once ,was.
-Disraeli is to have the gaiter; for the
first time thaPband is to encircle thejimb of
a descendent of Abraham.
—John Stuart Mill says he should see the
adoption of the ballot, in, any part of the
United Kingdom, with regret.
—Brick Pomeroy's new paper accuses the
World of wanting to have made Grant the
Democratic candidate for President.
—One of the Itnrbide family, a brother of
little Prince whom Maximilian adopted,
is said to be ke6ping a café near Paris.
—Two hundred English pickpockets are
said to be en route to America. Such plea
sant things come to us from merry England.
—Charles Reade is accused of being the
vainest man in England, and the other
English Men are not lacking in the ince at all.
—Nearly a dozen new books on Abyssin
ia and the Abyssinian Campaign have ap
peared in London since the fall of Magdala.
—Sword fish swarm all along the coast of
Maine, and are often caught. Cali this un
usual quantity of natural swords be an
omen of war ?
—The first correct and unabridged edition
of Pepy's Diary is announced in. London.
, This edition will contain nearly 'a
more than any former one.
Experiments on the Canadian Grand
• .Triank Railroad have proved that 3-18
pounds of peat are equivalent to 6-36 pounds
of wood as fuel for locomotives.
—Sidle. -Nillssen receives ten sous for
every note she utters on the stage, just to
• think of having a whole mouth full of ten
cent notes,! any time one pleased.
—The Richmond Examiner says that.
Governor--Wise was never a secessionist.
We think this will be news to every one,
- and e.specially to the ex,Governor.
—There are 800,000 inhabitants in the
Grand Duchy of Hesse—Darmstardt, and
twelve Generals on the retired list who draw
$20,000 „adear from the public funds.
—Sunday night was a very, cold one in
New York, and the people who complained
of the heat on Saturday were grumbling at
the nece,sity of blankets on Sunday.
—Thomas Carlyle is preparing a standard
library edition of his own writings, which
r ival soon appear in about' twenty-five vol
umes. It will be published in this' country
—The sardine crop has been so unusually
large on some pants of the Spanish'
thit the means for preserving them pl. - lived
inadequate, and many of the little fish were
used as manure.
-The. Japan Gaeette says that a. crab was
/ recently brought to Yokahama which mats
tired eleven feet eight inches from tip to tip,
and was so heavy that two men could
' scarcely carry it.
—The Rev. Phillips Brooks, of Philadel
--phi% has been called to the Rectorship of
Trinity Church, Boston. As Mr. Brooks
is a native of Bciston and a graduate of
Harvard, his Philadelphia admirers fear that
he may accept.
—One old English lady won one hun
dred thousand florins, or about ten thou
`l sand pounds, at Baden Baden, about the
beginning of the season, and then, instend
of losing it all again, went off to London
with it as fast as she could.
—English custom house officials are gal
: slant and do not trouble ladies much by
searching them. Our advice to Fenums
then is that if they want to get into Ireland
safely, thepleasantest way for them to do so
is to put their arms about the ladies.
—A young woman in Lewistown, Me.,
has become a raving maniac because she
did not win the prizes at school. Accord
; ing to some logicians this young woman
has become a lunatic from going to school,
therefofe, schools should be übolishad.
—Frederick Whymper, the well known
member of the London Alpine Club, has in
press a new work called "Travels and Ad
ventnies iu Alaska and on the River Yu
. kohn," a volume which should be interest
big to those who love our whole country,
even the new parts.
-Patti is :to remain five years on' the
stage after her marriage, and to retain her
maiden name. on the bills. The Parisian
sans.culottes would delight in bills with
"Last appearance of Madame la Marquise
de Caux, as Marguerite."
—An editor in Germany has been heavily
fined for selling space in his editorial columns
to M. Blanc, of the Homburg gamblingtell
M. Blanc has filled the space he bad bought
with startling accounts of the heavy losses
which the bank was reported to have sus
tained; these accounts were, of course, en
tirely fictitious, and only destined to attract
the gudgeons to Homburg.
—During political campaigns the glorious
old national banner flies from the windows
or roof of every Republican newspaper
office in the country, but no such emblem
adorns the offices of the Democratic sheets.
During the war it. was the same, and the
Copperhead press never issued from under
the stars and stripes.
de Sartiges, the French Ambassador
at Rome, has been obliged to ask a guard of
French soldiers for his summer residence at
F ra scati, so great is the insecurity of the
environs of Rome. The French papers say:
"Ire is a man capable of defending himself,
for he lived long at Washington, the land
of revolver shooting."
—The Pope is said to be much interested
in the queen of Spain and to desire an inter
view. In the meantime, the 'gods seem to
- wish to destroy that monarch, as she drinks
her sherry and deports herself unbecoming
ly on the brink of the yawningest gulf that
threatens any living sovereign. In fact she
is depreciating rapidly; and though now a
sovereign, she bids fair to soon not be worth
half a crown.
—A. Virginia paper says : A sort of dis
temper which has generally proved fatal to
them in various portions of the State, has
broken out among the foxes. In Stafford
county, which was up to a few months ago
nearly overrun with them, and where in
consequence rabbits, partridges, and other
small game were, nearly cleaned out, foxes
have been found lying dead in the road find
under bushes in large numbers.
—At the - Erie railroad car shop is being
built a passenger car of novel style and un-
I usual capacity. It is sixty-seven feet in
length, divided into three comparirnents;
has a drawing room in the centre, sleeping
apartments at the end and a regular day
coach compartment at the other. It will
cost twenty thousand dollars, and will be,
it is claimed, the largest and•one of the most
elegant passenger cars on any in this
—The Warrensburg (Mo.) Journal com
plains of frequent outrages committed in
that town on Saturday's when parties
armed with huge revolvers mount their
horses, draw their weapons, form in lints,
curse everybody, profanely defy the officers
and having created general consternation,
ride furiously home. On one of theseinca
sions recently an inoffensive citizen was
cruelly and inhumanly beaten. and no ar
rests were made.
--Tom Hood, editor of the London Fan,
in a review of Saxe's new book of poems,
praises the author as the mo-t excellent and
the most English of American humorists;
and another critic yields the palm among
contemporary writers of rere de soefele to
Yankee poets, in these words: "The two
best living writers of lively, witty English
verse, such as Prior and Praed excelled in,
are Saxe and Holmes—two Americans and,
to us, foreigners."
--Henry Ward Beecher . ge4 $15,000 a
year altogether and manages to put it all
away, as it is proper for him to do, and it is
a meat pity that some of our,other pastors
don't have as much. When a man ( studies
five years to be able to enter colleff ' e, four
years at college and two at his the logical
seminary, he irvests eleven years of capital
for which $3OO per annum can haVly be
considered sufficient interest even though he
be:neither as brilliant as a Beecher nor as
profound as a Wayland.
—The celebrated Professor Bock, f Leip
zig, one of the greatest German ph ,sicians,
wages an inexorable and highly stMeessful
war against all sorts of patent medicines
and nostrums. Whenever a new panacea
of this description makes its appearance in
the market, Dr. Bock examines it, and then
publishes the ingredients of which it is com
posed, and what it costs the manufacturers
to get it up. In this manner the sale of
German patent medicines has lately much
decreased. Why is there no American
—Sorrento is the name of a poem which
Bayard Taylor has contributed to the Sep
tember number of Lippincott's Magazine.
This Magazine seems to have a happy faculty
of getting the best new poems as they come
. out. Only a few months since Swinburn's
greatest effort and now Sorrento. But this
number excels in prose and is really an ex
cellent one; br rring an atrocious ennundritm
in a chars cteristic article by Miss Kate Field,
we - think there is nothing in it that will
not prove acceptable to many readers. We
are really glad that Pennsylvania can boast
of the only dangerous rival which Putnam's
Magazine has, and congratulate the greatest
publishing house in the Keystone State on
the success of its periodical.
—A petroleum establishment in -Lelpsie,
besides various forms of apparatus for refin
ing petroleum and producing petroleum gas,
advertises the following chemical products:
Aicannino, for coloring fats and oils; Scarla
tine, for dyeing wool and silk, as well as for
color-printing of books and plates; Petro
leum-ether, for therapeutic and technologi
cal purposes; Reneine, of any degree of
fluidity, clear as water and perfectly free
from smell; Ligroin, for burning in sponge
lamps; Artificial otlof turpentine, for waxed
cloth and varnish fabrics, as well as for the
cleansing of type and printers' forms; Re
fined Petroleum, almost inodorous, and Pe
troleum-resiclium, for gas making.
—The Boston Post says: Radical intol
erance is cropping out in one of its old and
well-known forms at Biddeford, Me., where,
as, the Portland .Argva says, Mr. McMuller,
agent of the Saco Water Power Machine
Co., declared his intention of discharging
from his employ every man who voted
against the Radical candidate for Congress.
There is something peculiarly abominable
in this style of coercion which disgusts
every one possessed of the spirit of a free
man." And yet the Boston Post thinks
Southerners do perfectly right when they
refuse to employ negroes who will vote the
Radiall ticket, and 'applauds them to the
echo. Surely consistency is a jewel which
does not adorn the Copperhead's brow.
PITTSBURGH G . AZEITE: THURSDAY,: AUGUST 20, 1868:
1;10 CHARGE MADE WHEN ABTEFICIAL
TEETH ABE ORDERED. •
• A Irina. SET FOR $B,
. . _
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
SITS PENN. STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OF GENUINE VULCAN
4:o3aztrLa r ellers,
FOR GAS AND OIL.
,Test received, the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
WELDON & KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, COIL VIRGIN ALLEY.
GEMENT, SOAP STONE,
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS.
HENRY H. COLLIINS,' ; ;
anl6-070 25 Wood street.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN . PIPE,
Cheapest and best Plpe In the market. Also, 110-
SENDALE HYDRAULIC CEMENT for sale. .
R. B. dc C. A. BROCKETT dc CO.
Once and Manufactory-240 REBECCA T.
Allegheny. 4liir Orders by mall promptly attended
ll' , 0 3 abt cil iiii4b - krA OKO zizill
Bois% Youth's and Children's
SUMMER CASSTMERE SUITS,
LIN EN SU ITS.
In every style.' of the greatest variety. suitable for
the-present season. tientiemen will find a tine as
sif,rtmeni of WIII rE snd BROWN DUCK SUI
ALI'ACCA and FLANNEL COATS, &c., every
garment being specially made tor us by the best
Eastern houses. Our prices are as low as good
gbodssatt be sold at by any firm East or West.
• 47 ST. CLAIRSTREET.
MERCHANT TAILOR, ,
No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pn
Constantly on Dant', a full assortment of CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES. VESTINGS, &e.
PEARL MILL BLITE lIRAND, equal to the host
St. Lout+ brandl. PEARL MILL lir
good as tile best Ohio brands. A HATE COIN
FLOUR and CORN MEAL. Cal -- See that all tacks
are sealed and dated.
B. T. KENNEDY & BED.,
ati7.:A2.l . Mom All I.L.
E WOULD INVITE THE AT
,TENTIoN of the k lour trade to the supe:
Monty of War ,
SOUTHERN WHEAT FLOUR.
Which we are manufacturing from the best aelect
ed Southern tlllnola and Tennessee Wheat./ Prices
as low as any in the market.
J. S. I.J.G.C.IL'Inr
Jy3137'.. Pittsburgh City Mills:
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.'
DEALIO.I pi ALL KINDS or
LEAF TOBACCO AND SEARS,
No. k SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Com.
Branch 0(172 Water street, N. Y.
ap4:n77 DANIEL F. DINAN.
K. elt W. ..TENICINSON,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
!apco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &c.,
1.o; 6 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY'
HENAIif W. HORBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. 5100 SMITHFIELD STERET,
Between Seventh and Liberty.
. 10r LA.DTES , OYSTER SALOON attaCbed,_
Fancy Cake Baker lz Confectioner,
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN* DOIIESTIC FRUITS & NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson streets, Alle
gheny. /Er Constap• y on band, ICE CREAM, of
A)IERICAN BILLIARD TABLES,
AND COMBINATION CUSHIONS
Undhiptitably the twet In one. N'EW 1111'804"E
-MENTS, Patented Nov. 26th, 1867. and Ain*
init, 1868. Everything relating to blidards orate
bestqualltv and lowest prices always on nand.
Our N I .AIE TRIMMER, l'etentel May 6th,
1868, price 82.66_a great success.
illugiLrated price lists scut on application. Address
PMMAN & FOLLENDEFt.
63. 65. 61 and 69 CIRY3IIY ST, New York City
HAIR- AND PERFUMERY. _
D T ORN PECK, Oinamental Hail
HAIR WORKER 'AN PERFI.IIIER, No. 133
turd street. near Smithfied, Pittsburgh.
Always on hand, a genei . al assortment of Ladles'
WIGS, BANDS, CURLS; Ainutletnen's WIGS, TO
PEES, SCALPS., GUARD.CHAINS, BRACELETS,
Sze, 419 r A good Prim) in math will be given for
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Her Cutting donel
the neatent manner. reh2tun
BENJAMIN SINGERLY CLRIS.
QINGEILLY & CLEIS, Successors
IIJJ to CittO. F. Bernie.MAAß dt Co.. -
The only Steam Lithographic Establishment West
of the Mountains. BUPinetts Cards, Letter Beads.
Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards, Diploma/4 .
Portraits, Views, Certificates of Deposits, Invita
tion Cards, so.. Nos. 710 and Third street,
CORN MEAL, Kit FLOUR, &c.
Near Pittsburgh Grain Elevator
W. W. ..dL.N3:P3OIII3ON,
Manufacturer of CORN MEAL, RYE FLOIIIrand
CHOPPED FEED. 'Orders delivered in either city
free of charge. Grain of all kinds chopped• and
Corn shelled. on shore notice.
11Q . ARR & MOSER,
rnurr HOUSE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, Nos.
% and 4 St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. :Special
attention given to tite designing and building, o
OtIULLT HOUSES and PIIttLICIBUILDINGe.
8; /JOG A I.NT
J. N. BURCHFIELD &
No. .52 St. Clair St.
Lt. . .
, NEW A-MN/MA-MS,
ALL V. OOL BLACK and WHITE PLAIDS,
for 25 cents, worth 50. -
WHIT GROUND PRINTS, black figure;
WHIT GROUND ALPAOCAS, do;
BL AC ALPACCAS,
BLAC DOESKIN CASHMERES;
BLA AND BLUE CLOTH,.
BLEAL ED NIASLINS„
( IRISH .LINENS, TABLE LINEN'S,
TOWELS AND NAPKINS:
A DM ASSORTATENT OF GOODS,
ALL ENTIRELY SEW.
/re Re enaberllie place;
N . 52; St. Clair Street,
FILET STREET. 87.
TO CLOSE STOCK OF
Dr - lESS 4GrI3OOODS.
87 MARKET STREET.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS.
87.... MARKET 9TREET....87
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
DT' No. 168 Wylle Street. ~al
CI ( 1 1 1 . ( t : e ( i1 , 12, 1 c; 1 51 t. ,(i3O"
WHOLESALE DEALERS LN
Foteign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 9* WOOD STREET,
Third door above Dlarriond alley,
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C
BUY THE BE S T AND CHEAP
EST PIANO AND ORGAN . . I
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOMACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the con
struction of a Arst class Instrument, and has always
been awarded' the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its [ono is full. Sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship, for darability - and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from PUS to $1.30, (according to
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Piano.
ESTEY'S COTTA'IE ORGAN
Stands at the'head of all reed Instruments, in pro
ducing the most perfect pipe quality of tone of any
similar Instrument In the United States. It Is sim
ple and compact in construction, and not Rable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO' is only to be found In this Organ.
Price from 8100 to 1850. All guaranteed for dye
BARR, ILNARE 84 1 BUETTLRR,
mn9 No. 12 ST. CLAIR STREET.
HATS AN.b CAPS.
OLOSING OUT SALE I
STRAW HL TS,
AT REDUCED PRICES,
AT M'CORD & CO.'S,
131 WOOI) STREET
.r.i.ATS; CAPS AND ;E971179,
Also. Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In TRUNKS, VALISES. &e., No. 13M SMITH
FIELD STREET. Pittsburgh, Fa.
Orders promptly filled and oatlefaetlon guaranteed
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET
CHLYA, GLASS AND
SILVER PLATED WARE, 15
And other STAPLE AND FANCY
UUODS, a great variety.
RICHARD E. BREED & CO
100 WOOD STREET
TILE GREAT AMERICAN COM
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAS NO JEWLINI.,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN
TRINSICALLY TIIE CHEAPEST.
Agents wanted to sell this Machine.
CHAS. C. 13AXAST4H1r,
_ Agent for Western Pennsylvania.
Horner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS over
Richardson's Jewelry Store.
WALL • PAPER ? -
AT REDUCED PRICES.
We wAloffer oar preeent stock of _
Wall Papers at Greatly Reduced Prices.
A large assortment of SATIN PAP ERS, for bal i te,
rooms, ettllngs, &a., at • •
N 0.107 AlOsket Street,near Filth
SOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
Near Liberty, west side
lOU WOOD STREET.
AFTER JULY 113.2%
MINOS AND. NOTIONS.
AT MACRUM, GLYDE & C 01.95,
78 and 80 Market Street.
MOSQUITO NETS. • •
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRON'S..
LADIES' WHITE UNDERWEAR;
A full line of HOSIERY;
MORRISON STAR SHIRTS,
GENT'S PAPER COLLARS, •
LADIES' Do. AND CU) F.
A full line of JET SETS.
SILK & BULLION FRINUE_,
A Complete Assortment of White Goods,
SWISS, VTCTORIA, LAWN,
LINEN, CAMBRIC, Sc
HOOP SKIRTS, in all the Newest Styles.
KID-GLOVES, at' all prices
GENT'S &LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR;
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS;
1,000 Doz. DALMODAL HOSE
5,000 Lbs. WOOLEN YABSS
Speelsl Rates to Jobber 3.
MACRITM, GLYDE & Co.,
'7B and 80 Market Street.
PRICER MARKED DOWN
MACK UM & CARLISLE'S,
No. 19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP SKIRTS. (Ladles%) f0r....
'CORSETS, (Rea) French,)
LINEN, HANDKERCHIEFS, 3 for
FD GLOVES, (warranted,)
200 Yds. SPOOL L COTTON, (good) 5
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c 25
KEN'S SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS 50
IdEN`S JEAN DRAWERS
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at ' alf Cost
IN AI, L J XND B OF GOODS.
Special Rates to Derchants d Dealers.
MACRUM & CAELLSLIS,
THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
& RAILROAD COMPANY have on sale at their
°nice, Union Depot, Pittsfrgh,
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS,
TO ATLANTIC CITY AND CAPE NAY,
Enabling parties to visit theie popular battling re
sorts, and reurn home at a moderate cost.
CAPE MA PASSENGERS can purchase Tickets
to go and return by all Railroad, or they can arrange
to take Steamer In either direction, betwee Phila
delphia and Cape May.
EXCURSION TICKETS are•also for gale at the
above De pot to NIAOARA FALLS, TILE OIL RE
GJONS. GETTYSKURO, and numerous points in
Pennsylvania and :New York.
Sir PAMPHLETS, containing full descnptiona
of the various Excursion Routes by this Road, can
be had on application at the Tioket Office, in the
• W. H. BECH:WITH,
STEAM CRACKER BAKERY ,
31'! Liberty Street.
Our Crackers are baked upon the OVEN BOT
TOM', and are superior to any baked by hot air or
any other prooess.
air TRY THEM.
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. ,!,:. • ,1 ,- .:, :,..; ~ ,v, -.
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.I:' -. '::'?•,.,:‘ .16' Ate -..',..Y, . •4! ,
- , .:,...- i .,
~ ~ ,z , „ ~.-....M.-•
ARE SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHERS I
OFFERED IN THIS CITY. .
WINE, ROSTON, ESOD 4 k, , CREAM . FRENCH,
11 , 1 1TE s & 14811E d R ii nith a , n6I I 4ODA CRACK-
For - Sale by Every Grocer in the City.
Bakery, No. 91 Liberty St.
TO WHEAT GROWERS.
EUEEKA AMMONIATED BONE,
The Allegheny Fertilizer Ca
SEWARD C CAMPBELL,
Ogee, 856. Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Ps.
The bestEertiliser in use, and reoognlzed
Farmers who have given it a trial, to be the stand
ard for raising large crepe of Wheat, Rye, Oats,
Corn, Pota toes, ac. We have published for grate
.ltons circulation a pamphlet containing interesting
And valuable statements of this Fertilizer, coPlea ,ol
which will be sent free to any Bending us their ad
ICE! ICE! ICE!
Imo[. KREBS, Ice Dealer,
No. 65 DLAIKOND ALLEY. rittaburgh
crders left here or at Hand Street Bridge will re
ceive prompt attention. Wagons runaing in Pitts
burgh and Allegheny. apitoa
D OIL CLOTHS.
CARPETS ! CARPETS!
MANUFACTURERS HERE and
in Europe HAVE NOW AD
VANCED PRICES, but we of
fer an kinds of CARPETS for
the present at the very low
est CASH RATES of the past
season.Villg made an our
contracts previous to any ad-
vance, and invariably for
cash, we are enabled to sell
lower than they can be. pur
chased this Fall.
kanufacturers' recent advance in
prices, we will continue to offer the
Largest stock of . Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain . Carpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached thirea
son. hilt received, a few piebes t of
a new and exquisite patterns of
OLIVER M'CLINTOCK & CO.,
.It/l A. TT I NGS,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. &e.
BOVARD s ROSE & CO.,
19 FIFTH STREET.
'A,. I ZIT ES,
TICKET A(i ENT
51 FIFTH STREET.
No. 23 Fifth Street.
White, Bed, Checked, striped and-Fancy
IN GREAT VARIETY.
21 FIFTIL STREET.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
THE low GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
MGFARLAND & COLLINS,
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Street,
Next Building to 11. S. Custom I3ouaa 1S Post ULsoa
Which TEN YEARS' TRIAL in New York and oth
Eastern cities has Droved a complete success.
Ist—Fading and Shrinkage are completely avoid
Ad-No necessary. or their l arvae,
aetn?ltirMlllll7ft'Ortrret". good as
new, save the
4th—When perfectly clean, a Carpet will wear as
long again a dealrable matter as a mere point of
economy, to say nothing of looks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THE OFFICE. • -
No. 179 Liberty Street"
Or addressed to F. 0. Box 473, win receive prompt
GEO. L. MoCIADITML
DYER AND SCOURER, •
EL J. .LAIKE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
SP. cxL AIR STREET%
And sos. 135 and 137 Third Streets