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--Revenue stamps are en route to Ali
—The spice of a policeman's life—his
—A pleasant intoxication—to get green
—One hundred thieves were arrested in
Chicago one night last week.
—There are seven large cotton-mills in
=Shooting matches are popular vtichithe.
ladies at Virginia watering places.
—Ole Ball has a daughter whets tomarty
a young Northman from Chiistiania.
llasen = can't get $54000 a week for
singing, and so won't sing in Vienna. -
—Fanny Kemble begins another tour, of
reading at tie , w Haven on: the first prax.
Steutenville—Grant 'Guards had a
torchlight procession on Tuesday night.
Wilkie Collins expects to realize $40,000
• out of his new novel "The Moonstone."
—A monument to the great Mendelssobn
la to be erected in Leipzig, the City . of
--Threatening attitudes that , ncrver excite
.lottinalists ire--Raising clubs for Itasca
—Alady and her husband ascended to
the summit of Mount Hood, in Oregon, this
—As a pall-bearer, laoracel . Greeley seems
to be baying aboutas much ea he can do
--Never call on women when they are
abientfrom home; for they can,t bear to be
• :--Owen Meredith is threatened with con
gumption, and his physicians have sent him
e in Italy.
—There is a Judge at Saratoga who takes
glasses of Cortgrefra water dallY,
-pemocratic papers are beginning totay
they don't care whether . Secretary Seward
,endorset Grant or not.
—New York burglars are having.a line
Isrvest now when the up-town houses are
many of them empty.
—A Boston rpaper says that the fall and
-winter season at the fashionable churches
Ipmniffes to be very successful.
7 -Parke Godwin went to swim in the .
Avon and was terribly .shocked when two
"boat loads Of. women came by.
=The Pope receives one hundred visitors'
day, and treats them with the gentle cour
tlier for which he is so renowned.
—Louis Napoleon is writing thcz
lily of Charlemagne, •the great last of the
Caesarstefore ;qap. I. appeared.
—Baron Hausman is said to be worth
480,000,000, all of which he has made. dur
ing his untiring public devotion:
-The. Bavarian nobility are down on
Wagner because he bowed acknewledgment
'Co the audience fro* 4101.112 g% box.
—"Blanchette told some family secrets in a
"SAD:kind:de boarding house the other day,
.and a row was the immediate result.
—Mrs. Gaines has only succeeded in get
ting $ll,OOO of her $5,000,000 estate, and
anpeeta to have, still farther law troubles.
—Senator Hendricks and Governor Baker
;.are to make a "joint canvass" of. Indiana.
• after the manner of Douglas and Lincoln.
—Hay-making in Watteau costumes is a
novel amusement at Saratoga. Feeding
sheep would be still more Watteau•esgne.
—High combs and the hair in loops on top
of the head in the style once affected by our
-grandmothers, are now ligain fashionable in
; —One of General Butler's counsel in the
ACimberly suit is a certain Mr. Bligh,
'which is an excellent name for a good at-
_ —The King of . Denmark• has invented a
sew process for refthlng petroleum, for
full particulars apply to the Christianborg
—A Texas negro named Gilmore sent the
Brat bale of cotton to the Galveston market
ihis year and thus won t the prize of a silver ,
; pitcher and goblets. ' .
—14,000 criminals are sent by the_ Rus
.sianGovernment on foot to Siberia every
As the'distance is 2,600 miles about
:One-fifthof them die on the way. •
Flesh-colored gaiters, with the toes
'stiched with black to look as if the foot were
Imre, are now the newest mode.-• They are
said to have a shocliingly natural effect.
:--The . cook of a Nashville 'hotel has seen
liceePing a boarding house;, the table of
(which was furnished from* the 'pickings and
',4ealings which she was Able to smuggle off
'in her crinoline.
7 -, A soldier, pursued. by the man with* a
. .poker, flung himself from the heights of
lAbratuint, and after falling 180 feetstopped,
;Wnt, heothen drowned himself in the rap
.ids of St. Lawrence.
• L--Gov. Oglesby Is actively cativassing 1111-
'2106 for, the" Republicans. He was an
nounced 4,0 quake twenty-two speeched at
various points beiween4ba 12th of August
and the 29th of September:
"—Hear the words of Wells as written
Philadelphia Wtsfietia ; , : A student of
;Bonn awatn eight miles on the Rhine in an
- tour and ttree quarters. ! It was a case of,
"Jenny, I:191'n in the . Rhine.. •
.—San Francisco has contributed $ l O O
towards a ormumentlo F.tz Green Halleek.
Ifevery city. would contribute a propertl m
att+ snip, we might have a auitab'e memorial
r:i,otte or the sweetest or our dead poets.
—An exchange, in speaking of the fall In
- - the Iturbide fortunes, says "it is better to
a beet shop in Paris than to• rule
— lfexico," or, as TenlYson has it, "better
.fifty years of
_Europe than a cycle of
(-, A443ntokers beware of 'imported cigars
which do not bear the; ivenue stamps, t'r a
isiorite'way with the evaders or the law it
sinuggle,tlientinW4 corpses (often yel
4iiii.(eier victims) from Ilavana and other
=Although' the artetlan, well which is
going,. n diremion pfSt. Louis
1113eotirii 'obtahAxl kdegth of
• •;•••••c; gt • • ' "-- -^" ' •.
_._ _ --
3,300 feet, considerably more than half a
mile, but a small quantity of water has yet
bepn obtained. They are boring for Hong
—ln Switzerland is now manufactured a
watch, which. it is aid, is wound up by
opening and shutting the case six times, or
for four hours by each time it is opened an('
closed. When the watch is wound up it
May be opened and closed an indefinite
limber of times without effect.
—Rev. Albert N. Fisher, formerly of
Chenango - eAnanty, N. a Gientild,
lately preached in Brigham Young's Taber
nacle, at Balt, litilte t toe t ight thousayd saints.
He is the 111'4, (Gentile who ever preached
there by invitation of Brigham. His sub
ject was the "Divlmty of Christ"
Frequency, ef Divorces in New Engl and.
In the . State of, Vermont, for six years
after 18¢k there was on an average, one
divorce annually to every twenty-one and
a'. - half; marriages: In Massachusetts, dur
ing four years , ' of the same period, one
'divorce 'to about' forty-four and a half
(44.4) marriages was the ratio. In Ohio it
was one divorce to twenty-five marriages.
in Prussia—among the Protestant pOpula
tion—the ratio of divorces in 1855 to the
marriages-of that year was as one lib nine
teen. At the foot of this bad-looking list,
Connecticut-must be placed; there, in the
period betweenlB6o and 1867,,the ratio tins
mione taeleven and four-tenths. Deduct
.from the whole number of Marriages of
persons of• foreign birth as being marri
ages of Catholics, .who rarely -or: never
petition fora divorce, and this ratio be- -
comes still more Unsatisfactory; we have
one divorce to tight 'fund a half marriages,
Tried by other measures, ' the result is_the
same; Connecticut makes a' worse show
than any other State of the Union or of
Christendom—mileas we are to except Indi
ana, which seems to be afraid to collect the
statistics of the subject. In that other Con
necticut, the Western Jlesrve of Ohio,- the
case is about as bad; the counties constitu
ting the district, so-called, furnish much
more than their'dne proportion of the
divorced while - the southern counties
in — which, by the Way, Catholics
abound, fall bel-Ow 'the average in'
the number 'cif petitlons. In the Judi
'cid • District of Berlin in 1888-40
there were fifty-seven divorces to every
100,000 inhabitants; in that of- Frankfort
there were thirty; in that of Magdeburg
there. were tlairtpfive; in Rhenish Prussia,
under the , less lax Code Napoleon. there
were but four divorces to each 100,000 peo
ple. Now in Vermont, out of the same
number of inhabitants (100,000) there are
annually thirty-three divorces; in Massa
chusetts—we speak of the present decade—
there are 20 4-10; In; Ohio there are about
23 3-10, and in Connecticut, even if we do
not count out the Catholic population, every
hundred thousand of the people have
.amongst them yearly eighty newly divorced
' couples ! There can be no doubt—the sta
tistics though they may prove a good deal
Bees than Catholic controvertists would infer
from them, conclusively prove it—that so
-ciety in Connecticut is in a dangerously
corrupt condition; and these figures ought ,
to make Connecticut legislators look to their
divorce laws and study the history of the
effect which such relaxation of the law has
bad on the perms-nance of Connecticut mar
riage& The. `'omnibus clause" of the
present law—the clause that relates to in
compatibility of temper, and seems to sup
pose that one human being can make an
.other perennially happy -could never haVe
good resului in so hasty and ilttempered a
`world as this one, even if everybody were
perfectly honest; to the dishonest it affordi
every facility for unclean living.--The
A letter from Fort Lamed to the Leaven
worth, Timm tells the followmg: A most
fearful and appalling circumstance trans
pired at the fort last evening. While a
party of ladies and gentlemen were sitting
in front of the beautiful quarters of Col.
Ed. Wyncoop, Indian Superintendent or
Agent of several warlike tribes, the entire
party commenced a beautiful song. While
the melody was ringitig in the night air, a
moastrous, shaggy and rabid wolf dashed
madly into the midst of the party, first at
tacking Lieutenant Thompion, Third United
States Ihfantry, tearing and lacerating his
limbs In a most frightful manner. The
monster broke away, pursued by . Col. Wyn
koop and his chief scout; Jas. Morrison.
who had lost no time in procuring. proper
arms. Before either of these fearless gen
tlemen, however, could overtake him, the
wolf had attacked. the sentry at the guard
house, whom he also bit eavagely, the Gen:
tinel having fired, but, most unfortunately.
missed his aim. From the guard.house the
wolfnext dashed over to the hospital, and
mad 3 an assault upon one of the men there
stationed, almost tearing his right arm from
his body. after first taking off a finger en
tire. Hethen attacked and mutilated a.col
ored soldier of the Tenth Cavalry, and sub
sequently entered the quarters of the laun
dress, while she was in bed, but, owing to
the thickness of the bed-clothes, fortunately
failed to inflict any serious Injury on the
poor woman. The maddened creature next
caught sight of the sentinel at the haystacke.
who, almost providentially shot him dead.
Beside Lieut. Thompson, there ate three
perions badly bitten and mutilated by this
Tug. suinIILAR SPECTACLE is.presented in
Austria or an Empire, ruled by a devoted
son of the Church, metriber or a tradition=
ally :Catholic family. with a people' 'thor
oughly and strongly attached to the Romlish
faith, suffering under `the denund,tion- of
the H ily Father... Baron Banat, the Prime
Minister, is a Pmtestant, but that fact does
not account for the boldness with which the
.excessive privileges of the Church have
been cut - off, or the detertnination .with
which the refovns are sustained. It is Aus
tria, -lilted . from a despotism to a constitu
tional monarchy, that bus done this, and it
is the new, strength of . the nation that sus
'tains Beast in his position. His reply to,
the Papal - - allocution 'is not much as an ar
gument, a decided disagreement as to the
premisa prove wing the - controversy from
taking that' form.- -He simply protests
against an invidious distinction against
Austria, while:France, and notably Italy,'
are living under laws "quite as abominik.
ble." But the gist of his reply is amtained
in tae short sentence, "We shall none the'
less persevere in the 'way we'have begun."
This IS 'certainly: :outspoken and plain
enough to. settle. theinatter; - tin t . without
doub!. the Papal authorities will easily ae•
cammodate themselves. to lbe jam cape.
cially el i/C4 Pi.me of their material rights are
interferedvith: • • : • •
ROW TO TELL:DISEASED MEAT.--Healthy.
meat is tirm and elastic to the touch. and
hardly moi o tenn the fingers. Diseased meat
is soft and wet,, , and. scrum. often rune from
it. Gaol meat inuebut little odor, and that
by no means disagreeable. DisPased meat
has a faint and culaverotts'smelt.4 This to
best obttervcd by ma iing it and smelling the
knife, Or. fa:taring - a Mile ivarnr,water over
it when ;bopped % lose*, •also, , ;ten per
cent. mum woght ; : in cqoking 'than When
Vara *build -he taken • to have
meat most nmronighirimoited., if consnmeri
with to, Avtittl4ll volialbility of ado:Weals;
A Fearful Incident.
PITTAIIIIRGII Gann: 'FRIDAY, AVM'? 21,1.868.
*0 CHARM: KAMP. WHIM ABTEIPIOTAL
TEETH ARa ORDERED.
A BET YOB VI.
AT. DL SCOTS.
$lB nagir, annum ab DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALL WORN WARRANT Ip AND FIE.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PRE.
Bar est s i nAte i st u DEZn e t , he nisaek r
R. B. & O. A. S&0011Inle & 00.
Med and. Mandbmdcorl - 5 40 . REBECCA . 81"..
Allegheny. 'ST Orders by ma ll promptly; ttended
IrozittOs and Chtldren.s
summits cemttessz Burrs,
LINEN SUITS. •
In every style. of the greatest variety, suitable for
the present reason. kienttetnen wilt end c nne as
sortmew of WHI OD •nd BROWN DUCK BUI re,
ALPACOA and FLANNEL COATS, Le., every
gars:lent being specially msde tor, ea by the, best
Eastern houses.'Cdr Dried' are as low as good
goods can be sold at by any Arm East or West
Na 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Ps,
Constantly on hand, a full assortment of CLOTHE.
OASSIXERES. VESTINGS, /cc.
PEARL MILL • -
PEARL?SILL BLUR BRAND, equal to the best
Bt. Loaf. brands. PEARL tdILL D BRAND.
as good as the uc-t Dblo brands. is fIiTE MAN
FLOIIIt and CORA Mela.L. air liee that all /ICU
are seated and dated.
It T. KENNEDY & 13 . 110.,
ad7o4tl rtainl. MILL.
WE WOULD INVITE THE AT•
Tr.NTL,I4 of the r lour - trade to the supe
riority or our
SOUTHERN WHEAT FLOUR.
Which we are manufacturing from the best select
ed Southern Illinois and Teunessee Wheat'. Prima
as low as any in the ma, het.
J. x...xocvErra. Jr. CO.,
jy3l:t72 Pittsburgh t: ity ?dills.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
DEJLLEIL IN eta,. 11314D1 . 1 or
MAW) AND SEQUIN .
so 8 SIXTH STREET, (National Bank of Com.
Sranch.of 172 Water street, N. Y.
DANIEL P. DINAN.
R. 41b W. .11 - ENIKIIVSON.
- • Hanufecturers and Dealers h 2
'nano, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes. &n..
Ho 6 IPEDZILAL ST.. ALL/WHINY*
tile) , JaiallitOkia); 01
Confectionery and Bakery
No. 800 SMITHFIELD STEBET,
Between Seventh and Mehl.
SEPLADIES , OYSTER SALOON attached
FBllO Cake Baker & Confectioner,
/AD • DISALLII Ut
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS d NUTS,
No. 40, corner Federal and . Robinson streets, Alle
gheny.' air Constar!' y on hand, IeIC CREAM, of
various flavors. . .
AiIIERICAN 'BILLIARD TABLES,
MID COMBINATION 01181L10N8....
Undtsputabti the beet In 'few. NNW 111 PROVE
)(ENT.. Pateuttsl 24.. v. 115th, .11501. • end &pill
51.4,1465. hveryttdels reiettee to bit bulls er the
blestyueally . stnel lowest always On nand.
• Our NE a I UK TittAINEK, • Patentei Mei sth,
1666, prim ss.so—s great suotes .
taesitzetee price flats sant ea spylloikton. Address
SAN & CIOLLENDEIL
63. 65. 67 and 69 -6R0048Y ST.. New York City
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
()HIV PIM is.. , . Orausineu tad Hain
HAIR DMER 'AND; PERFLIMEN: Nu. 133
Third street. near Smithfield. Piitahurgh.
Alwayr uu hand, a generai aterortnient of Ladies'
WlOB. BAN - Lhi, - CURLS: UattiDeruen'a iViGe.,- TO.
PEKV:AL PS,(WARD (MAINS, DitAOEitETS,
/Cc. A good Price In cash will be given for
RAW Alit.. '
Ladies' and lientlaieen'a Hair Putting dunei
the neatest manner. ' ,Yollt2,:uil
a lOW AWI N eiNuARLI rI I ILI P VLinB.
ftaINGERLIV N. CLOlB,.lkliccesiaors;
ka to ow,. K. seiluotimArd & t:".. •
rbe Lowy etemh Littu'rgraptiic PALISIIIII,I I I I .ICIII. Wen
dtithe Stountslus. nominee. rardr, Letter' Heads.
Bunch. Labels, (droulitra. dhow Uards. DI Wu:nab.
Fortraltd, Views. Cortliiontes or Ilepoolta, Myna.
" 00 01,41 4 dr.c * 3
Nos. VI. end .74 Third street
CORNMEAL, RYE ii.LOUR, &C.
• , WASHINGTON' :MEET.
lies: Pittsburgh Grath C eVat°l
NV. NV. ..A.N . 13 - Ergre 3 ° N9 •
Xanarse,turer of OtlliN MEAL. BYE /LOUR and
00 0H rn oPl sh :1 ,4 ) ..leilvertt!:l7 either 0.14
tee or charke. grain of all kinds ehopPoll. 501;
A.lte II 1 iriKars,
IPBUTrBOI7IIII4 e,:4l.4l4.l„vri t iv Na,
land 4 • 45c.0hi1e street, pi t uhuria. re:
"4114inuun' glee!, to the' thehielLig hiitetios
annum vt , flusts atis rtietituisu
,•: . •
L BIRCHFELD & Cirk
47 ST. GLAIR STREET
No. 52 St. Glair St.
IC B M GINGHAIES, 7
NEW DE ' NES,- -
ALL W( L BLACK And WHITE PLAIDS,
for 95 -worth 50.
--WHITE RO UND - PRINTS. black dgure;
&Tail 1718A".. 5 .t......c 42 4.., do;
SLAM DOESKIN UASO.I3I - ZZI.6,D;
- -BLACK AND BLusourrat. - ., ~ , ~., --,
- BLICAUEED illatiLlNS,
DUNE LINENS, TABLE LINENS,
TOWELS AND NAPKINS. 0
A /TILL MSORTIigIiT OF GOODS,
ALL ENTIRELY NEW
zr Memel:atter the: place;
2 St. Clair liftreet,
Near Liberty, west side
RIMS' STREET. gtry
.c..) I •
IN PRICES 1
CLOSIM STOCK OW
87 ILI.ABILET BTRE.ET.
THEODORE P. PHILLIPS.
BLACK SILKS. •
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
:sr Na 168 Wylie Street...fig
, 168. 16S.
CARR, McCANDLESS b. CO.,
lJ (Late Wilson, Carr & (b..)
WHOIZSALIC DE A T.TrPS
Foteign and Domestic Dry Goods,
- No. 94 WOOD BUIE=
Third door above Diamond p3ley,
PIANOS. ORGANS. &C.
BOY' THE BEST AND CHEAP.-
EST PIANO AND OBGAN.
Schomacker's Gold Halal Plano,
AND ESTEY'S. COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SOHONLACHER PIANO eombines all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the• con
struction of a first class lastrument, and.bits always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hltdted. Its tone Is MIL sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship, for ddrabllity and beauty, surpass
an others. Prices from $3O to 6150, (according to
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTEY'S COTTAgE OMAN
Stands at the bead of all reed instruments, in pro
ducing the moat perfect pipe quality of tone of any
similar instrument in the United States. It to
ple and compact in ,eonatruction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT "VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" la only to be found in this Organ.
Price fromllloo 141450. AU, guaranteed for Ave
BARR Y SNAKE & BUETTL )1
No. 15i ST. CLAIR STREET.
MATS AND CAPS.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
AT REDUCED .PRICES, •
AT DTCORD & CO.'S,
jyl7 131 WOOD STREET.
HATS►' C.A.PE3 AND Fyne,
Also MAnuhicturer. Nfiuleaalp mad Beta Leah/
In TRUNKS, VALISES. &a., No. , tas 810111.
FIELD STREET, 11W/build'. rs.
Orders nrorantiv tlllM.unit Astlahntlon istitranteat
GLASS, CEINit., CUTLERY.
100 WOOD tiT}LEFT.
DELVER PLATED WARE,
And other STAPLE AND PANOir.
GOODS, a great variety.
3.04) WOOD lITREET
RICHARD E. BREED & co
100, Wi WI) ATItHET.
rirMica GREAT A MERICAN COM-
'AND'. SEWING 111 - AbILINE.
• : ITAMAN - NO EQUAL.
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE ,BEST. FAMILY
MACHINE. IN THE WOHUIL AND I.N.
THINSIOALLY THE CH EAPEAT.
Ws-Agents wanted to sell AHD Machine.
CHAS. C. L1.A..E..5iq..35rr0, •
• "'Arent mi. Western: reintsvivanic
,Corner FIFTH ND MAKKE7STILIEETIS." over
RiC4 l . lll l, ; mrastom;
Weirilloffeloor ptioant stock of
Wall , PaperB at Greatly , ltalueed PACO&
A isiva espoesmestof 6,41,T1Nf PAPZES, toe balli4
Opt!ii,.9 , ollnact da. ap,- ;; ITC
Al* tot plo,oketmtti44,i , *104:
NUS AND NOTIONS.
AT MACRIIM, GLYDE & COA,
` f. 78 and 80 Market Street.
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRONS,
' LADIES' WHITE uxrizuvrEss; •
fall llne of HOSIERY;
MORRISON STAR SHIRTS, -
—GENT'S PAPER COLLARS,
LADIEB ,-- Do. AND CUP PS,
A full line of JET SETS,
SLIAL 1t BULLION...TBINup,
BILE k SATIN Bik`TliNS,
olloolors. . .
A Complete Asortment of White Goats,
SWISS, VPOTOBIA, LAWN,
LINEN, CAMBRIC, &L
HOOP SHIRTS, in all the Newest Styles.
KID GLOVES, at on prices;
GENT'S /I,ADIES , SUMMEBLINDIM ,
KEN'S JEAN DRAWEES:
1,000 Doz. BALMORAL HOSE;
5,000 Lbs. WOOLEN
alrSpeetalltates to Jobbers.
mamari,.CLYDE & co.,
18 and 80 Market Street.
foItICES MARKED DOWN!
BIACILUbI & CA 3 P TALE'S,
No. 19 Filth Street.
ALL - GOODS 'GREATLY REDUCED I
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP strias. (Ladies•.) for
4)033218. (Beat Preneha 100
LErricii 131A.NOSXRCEIZES, 3 f0r...... .
SID 0L0V125,- (waniated,) LOO
ZOO Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good)
POOKETBOOKB, worth 50c
MIEN'S BUNKER EINDEIZEIHIRTB
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS.
Special Rates to Nere.hauts et Dealers.
8 - 091 !LEXCURSIONS.
.ROAD COMPANY hire on sale at their
Oflice, Union Depot, Pittabanh,
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
'TO ATLANTIC CITY HD CAPE NAY,
Enabling parties to visit these popular bathing re
sorts, and return home at a moderate cost. '
CAPE MAY PASSENGERS can purchase Tickets
to go and return by ail hallrosa. or they can
to take :Ammer In either direction, betwee
delphia ass Cape May. • ' "
EXCURSION Tic:NETS are also for sale at the
above Depot to NI/WAAL% PALLS, TUE OIL RE.
°IONS, ti ETTYeIi ORO, AO, numerous points In
Penn/Pewits and Sew York:,
w PAMPHLETS, containing Mil deeenptligus
of the willow. ExcarAon Routes by this 'Load, can
be had on application at Vie Ticket °Moe, In the
Union Depot, .
171:8119 TICKET AGENT:
SHIEI , II.IIIIIPS • •
STEAM CRACKER BAKEIIII,
817 Liberty Street.' ••
Oar Crackers Me baked upon the OVEN BOT.
TOM, and are rupertor to any baked by hot air co
any other proms.
W TAY THEM.II3I .
_ . .
.._. ,• ;... . ~..t. t..,; ,, ~.: ..0. - k...;.
• • • ~3.- ,; -: ••••••::' , : l -, :-.1,.-..y:.,...r0 g * , i . 6 , :i f~ A i.z . ::-1 ,, ,
: •,-.., „II ': :.- r'''• -• .'' . : .. ''-:::-.'"
. .. . ... .
ARE SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHERS
OFFERED IN TIM CITY.
WINK, BOSTON, sonA., mem PERRON,
WATER BUTTER . SUGAR and SODA CRACK.
Ems: scurou and MILK BISCUIT.
For Sale by ,Every Grocer - in the City.
Bakery, N 0.91 Liberty St .
Ndkraa • '
TO WHEAT GROWER& ' •
EUREKA AMMONIATED BONE,.
SUPEIPHOMIATE OF .MIIE,
The Allegheny FertilizerA.
SEWARD & CAMPBELL,
• r*vpiumircausi, ,
Office, e 56 Penn Street, Plttabluiti4
The beit liortiltrer in use and ieettlied
irinhinn who nave given to the Mind ,
ardlor raising Oli„ heat, Igyti e i L tt
corn. Pots tow A. 0. u r ge : nave publltheit for •
nous eirealetion paninitlet• containing Int tail
and vatuableetatemente of this Vertiliser k Ogled,
which will'be Sent rise to env sending us theirsO•
Wit. KREBS, lee - Dealer,
N. tfs niAnoPm, AIJ EY lOstabufwb•
aile r = t ireita li : 4 l l 4 llll44 aw =eint l +- 11*;
,- alhajtellum.. vis9 l l
115,7 ,f,..>1‘ , , , • t • l!;',
MANUFACTURERS HERE and
in Europe HAVE NOW AD
ITALNCED PRICES, but we of
fer all kinds of CARPETS for
the present at the very low
est CASH. RATES of the paid
season. Having made all our
Contrt:ictspvions'to any ad
vance, and invariably for
cash; we are.' enabled to fell
lower *tuns they can be pur
chased this Pall. "
51 rirril STREET.
ufacturene adv ance .in
prices,we will continue tooffer:the
Largest, stock of BinSseli, 'Velvets
Sand Ingrain Carpets in•the city, at
the lowesfiricei reamed sis
son. Jost received, 'at's* pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
OLIVER:II 4 CLINTOCK, & CO
Pito. 23 Fifth Street.
S 8 sTooK
White, Red, fledced, Striped and Fancy
MAL 7CT.I TV ,S 1
Oil Cloths, Window Shades.. &e. &e.
BOVARD, ROSE Sc. CO.,
21 .t'u4Nrit STRM.
19 YIYTH STREET.
NEW CARPETS !
AT POPULAR PRICES.
vriumAND & COLLINS
OFFER TEM '
Newest and Beet Patterns
.. F r THE LOWEST PRICES.
LACE AND NOTTINGHAM
CURTAINS AND CORNICES.
MCFARLAND -& COLLINS
71 and 78 Fifth St.reet.
Next Banding to tr. B. Custom House lii_PostA;llloe.
STEAM ' •
. - :ESTABLISHMENT.
Which sirs yzesup TBL&L in New York anfi oth
er Eastern cities has Droved a complete success,
.• ITS faIVANTAGEBt
. , .
ed Ist-lading and Shrinkage are eompletedi avoid.
fid ll4l-When- a =a; or awls larvae..
the Carpet looks nearly as good ai new, . sus the
natural fading from wear. - " t • -
4th--W ben perfectly . clean, a Carpet will wear as
long again. a desirable matter u smere , point of
-economy, to say nothing of looks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THE MICE,
No: . 179 liitx3rty . streeits,
Or addressed to P. O. Box 473, will receive prompt
naltlfk - - PROPRIETY/
p I . alopies or THE
VARIOUS RINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
irtunD POWDER COMPANY
Mice, No. 289 Liberty Street;
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Itlecirlo, Nos. I, ft, a . , 4 and 5 , grahh In Squat,'
American Bporting, to Oval Canisters of I lb.
• • •
dhuotlng, Nos.. 2 . 2 And, 4 gcaln, , tts ..,-
.Cantster each -•- • - ~
Indian KUltte In OvalVanlstersot . l llt. coals."' -,-. : ,
Kentucky Mlle, huOval Continent of lb. - each.'. .
Kentuckytt Idle, In Oral CantatCrs of )4 1 1b:.elteb ..
,05 one lb: end Canisters Itt a case.); . 1 • - .
150 half lb. do. -- ; do. ~.., • ,-: do.)
gedtdeg !WI% P rrd_ 3 *- add, " 1, 64 Shea*.
lag" legs. 03 los 1. .. .
geutpay psis, sttS. and.'"nraillotit.•
isg se, lake:m.l2g, lbs
Kentucky Wile, PPP% sso, and "Sea Chugg
ing" re. In talcs,:
Deer Powde in kegs. lbs ... •
mil 11 1 %100114 pOwd; litat;;i
. _.ti trrsr,,,Elet cask. le kegs:rob e . ;
nartly rase for uutatins, or superior us/
lb ticcluntel or 60 thetignd Over. "•*
l/eltverts4 free ul" cumuli( Olt bora ot 119/4 on
In retain:lra or 411ethrny.
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IN Gar..watT VAREFIT3r.
Iwo:fluorin.= BY• .rgm
ARTHUR KIRK, •Agent;