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()For the Pittsburgh Gaaette
AN OUTCAST'S, WAIL .
Hungry, and sick...and cold, -
Outcast and lorlorn;
omit was my smand great
Is the world's scorn.
Fain would I leave my sin )
With my h w e h art broken.)
Btu, too rnere I will. Oh man!
No door is open.
Cast Jae not back again,
Back to those horror,'
Leave me not hungering i
To brood o'er my sorrows? )
Is thOre no work for ;beget
Is there no in which
Pity still lingers?
Alas, I can oily see )
TSln or Starvation: •
was not for such .
Chrlit brought salvation.
For all these Christian folk
Scorn and abhor me,
And if tioave my sin
Death is before me.
—A .Cotton mill is to be built at once in
_factory has- been built on
—Camp's Sugar Refinery at Bristol, R.
1., employs 200 hands.
—Cairo is to have a new grain elevator,
which will eontain 216 bins .9 feet square.
—The Williams Silk Manufacturing Com
,pany of Bridgeport,.Conn., wants to sell its
starch 'factory and griet?mill
Combined is 'being built at Brownington,
—A citizen of New Orleaks has invented
a new way of propelling street cars by com
Carpetbaggers have built three soap,
two chair and one broom factory at Nash
—Two thousand kegs of nails per week
are being tarried out by the nail works at
—A Mr. Bean, of Chicago, is about to
build a large steam flouring mill at Pentwa
ter, Michigan. > ,
—Another large cotton mill; for the man
nfactnre of fine goods, is to be built at.
Woonsocket, R. L
—The National Rubber Company's works
at Providence, R. L, employ 500 hands,
and run night and day.
—The American Steel Company, of Cht
cago, is a new concern which employsforty
live hands and does a large business.
—Philadelphity Brooklyn and Danbnry
and Bethel in Connecticut are the great
-., hat manufacturing centres of this country.
. —ln New Albany, Indiana, a company
basj ust been started to - manufacture wrought .
Iron car axles, steamboat shafts, and other
—lmMense amounts of water proof goods
are being made at Lewiston; Me. Two
mills are producing nearly five thousand
yards per week.
—The woolen mill at Lippitt,'R. L, em
ploys 250 hands. and in one year consumes
700,000 pounds of wool, and makes 500,000
yards of cloths.
—There is a sash factory at Marquette;
Illichigan, with a capital of $25,000, which
gives employment to fifty hands and con
sumes about one million feet of lumber
—At Depere, Wis., a large manufactory
costing nearly $200,000 has been erected,
and will begin in January to make crash ,
towelling_ at the rate of two thousand yards
—The Salt Works at pyracuse, N. Y., are
miry busy. Thus far, this season, they have
turned out 80,000,000 bushels of salt, an ex
cess 0f1,225,000 bushels over last season's
Already 3,600 to 5,000 men have gone
to the Michigan pineries to get out logs for
the coming lumber season. This number is
said to be unprecedented for this season Of
—The lumber business of Burlington,
Vt., is immense, four firms employing nearly
six hundred hands.* It takesitearly $8,000,-
000 capital annually to transact the business
in that line.
—The receipts of wheat at Detroitsin the
quarter ending October 31st, • this year, were
1,558,817 bushels, against 967,890 bushels
in the same period of 1867—an increase of
—A coal mine has been opened at Chß
- liat, Alaska, from which about sixty tons of
coal have been taken - . A silver mine is also
reported as having been recently discovered
on Wrangel Island.
—The celebrated Androscoggin Mills in
Lewiston, Me., employ 1,800 hands, and
each year consume 9,000 bales of cotton,
.and make two millions of grain bags and six
millions of yards of shirtiugs and sheetings.
'--The American File , Company's - works
: at Pawtucket, R. L, are to be. transformed
into a cotton mill with 16,000 spindles..
The Cotton Mill Company has a capital of
$BOO,OOO, and the Pile Company will build
—ln St. Louis the pattern shop of Ken
dall, Page &Co. Was destroyed by fire on
the 20th ult., involving -•a nominal loss of
$54,000, which was covered by insurance,
but everybody knows that no amount of
insurance ad' replace -so large a stock of
1867, the, metals produced from the
ores raised from the various, mines of Great
Britain and Ireland, were as follows-:-Tin,
13,700 tons ; copper, 10,238 tons ; lead, 68,-
- 837 tons ; zinc, $,750 tons ; iron, 4,783,881
tons.; gold; 1,520 ounces, and silver, 804, 024 ounces:
—Business men of Minneapolis have in
augnrated a'Movement, the object of Nyilich
is to build a - railroad from that town to con
lied with the Superior 'Railroad at White
Bear Lake, and also another road to con
nectwith the Mlnnesola Valley Railroad at
—A method of manufacturing first.class
steel from inferior iron, by means of nitrate
of soda,has been patented in England by Mr.
Reatcin. The steel is said to be equal in
.quality to Lo : w Moor steel, and the saving
in *cost of prmittedon amounts to several
_poonds a ton.,
—The largest safe in the world has just
been constructed for the Safe Deposit Com
• of ;Philadelphia. It is twenty-seven
long, twenty-one feet broad, eight feet
find is lined with the new "metal flair
-. /iron which is five times as hard as.
• tared steel.
"ly th. 6 middle of December there will
:: Marathon county, Wis., one hundred
. ig camps, averaging ten men each, in
operation. It is estimated that cash
' • will'average 1,1500,000 feet of lumber,
.g in the whole - one hundred and fifty
,•• n feet as the lumber prodiact of one
he obstructions in the South West
, It the month of the Mississippi river,
, maging the commerce of New Orleans;
and_ should be removed, regardless of ex
pense. Not long - ago 52 vessels were de
tained for six weeks by these
and the Chamber of Commerce estimated the
loss caused by this detention at five millions
—A Macon, Georgia, paper predicts that
in a few years Georgia cotton fields will pro
duce five bales per acre. This prediction is
by no means groundless.} Heretofore plant
ers have had miles' of land and e eap lobe
nowlabor will be the principal tem in e
cost of cotton raising, and the policy of large
crops on little land must be pursued. Note
few Georgia planters have raised three hales
per acre this year.
—32. Noble, the famous manufacturer of
nitroglycerine, has just invented a new
explosive, claimed to be perfectly tale,
which he his named dynamite, Thia con
sists of a very porous kind of silicia satur
ated wirh nitro-glycerine," with which it
forms a pasty solid. It possessess great
power with freedom from danger from most
of the causes which produce explosion in
the case of nitro-glycerine.
—A. mechaidcal exhibition is to be held
in Leipsig, in May next. It is to include
all kinds of motors and machines which are
used in mills, such as steam engines, turbine
water wheels ofJeomplete construction, or
drawings, and in fact all appliances used in
mills. Some very trifling charges are made I
for apace. All applications are to be ad
dressed to Mi. C. Bisenrisch, at Leipsic, be
fore the 31st of December next.
—ln the Ponaganset Valley,Rhode Island,
there are cotton mills containing 25,074
spindles, consuming 1,005,800 pounds of
cotton annually _ and turning ant about
6,748,400 yards of goods yearly. Besides
these thete is one mill which makes 75,000
pounds of spool thread every year, one mill
which consumes 104,000 pounds of wool
yearly, four rains which annually manu
facture 450,000 bobbins, and nine saw mills
which turn out 1,200,000 feet Of lumber
every year. Something like a valley, that is.
—Philadelphia ships about half of the pe
troleum sent abroad from , the United Statest
Pittsburgh is the principal market 'for the
article west of the Alleghenies. Prom Jan
uary Ist to Nove i rnber 13th of the present
year, Philadelph a exported 33,665,224 gal
lons of petroleum. In the' same period the
exports from Briston amounted to 2,267,517,
and from Portland 580,400 gallons. During
the same period in 186 f, the exports from
Philadelphia to foreign porta were 25,621,-
005 gallons, showing an increase thisyear
of upwards of 8,000,000.
—ln 1859 the territory between the Miss
issippi river and the Pacific produced 25,-
000,000 bushels of wheat; in 1868 its crop
was 65,000,000. -The yield in the Stater;
eastward of the Mississippi has not increas
ed. It is remarkable that a _regiEin which`
nine years ago produoed only one -seventh
of the wheat in/the country, now supplies
iistly - one-third of it.' A similar progress
in anotherdecade will carry the centre of
wheat production beyond the Mississippi,
and were it possible for the Pacific coast to
again quadruple its yield, thit distant wheat
field will give a larger product thin the ag
greBso. gate production of the United States in
Reorms In the Public Service.
Oar present civil service is an utterly dis
organizing maze, which needs nothing so
much as the mind of a military organizer
to reduce it to order. remove you,"
geld Grant to General Warren, after Five
Forks, "beau* you do not organize ; you
have no faith :in your Division Generale.
I 1 give you' an order which one of them
should execute, and you execute it your
-self. While you, in,command of one divi
sion, are thus getting whipped for want of
reinforcement!, your other divisions are
lying idle .for want of corps commander." -
Just the same lack of organization is at work
in the Treasury Department. While Sec:
retary McCulloch is investigating a seizure
case in New York city, which be can trust
neither the Collector of the Port to settle,
the District-Attorney to try, nor the United
States courts to • decide, the harpies are
eveuwhere robbing the, revenues, and so
making confusion worse confoanded that
the mutest moralist could:not distinguish
the honest servant of the Government
from the thief. To prevent the forty-one
thousand officeholders of the Government
from acting upon a tacit agreement with the
President that they will extend his term if
he will continue theirs, and to 'prevent-the
entire patronage of the President's office
from being used as a corruption , and to se
cure his re-election, by removing all who
oppoul his policy, and appointing sycophsuats
and toadies in their stead, we need not only
the limitation of the President •to one term,
but we need such a Civil Service Bill as shall
!.render the Civil Service. an honorable pro
fession. "I hold," said a genial and clever
officer of the - Government, a few days ago,
"that our only claim to the respect of
worthy peoples lies in their knowledge that
when we accept an office - with a paltry
salary of three thousand dollars, we do not
hold our services at that base figure, but
that we intend to make fifteen thousand dol
lars a year out of it." As he had entered
upon a like salary, insolvent a few years
- ago, has lived up to thrice his salary ever lin ce
and now owner' thirty thousand dollar man
lion, and is highly , respected especially by
the Treasui7 Department, his view of the
matter Is doubtless -correct. But General
Grant, backed by the ona-term principle and
the Civil Service Bill, will change all that.
—Spirit of the Times.
P. SIDNZY POST 'United States Consul 'at
Vienna, has forwa rded here a valuable re
port, showing how the manufacture of beet.
root sugar had prospered in Austria, where
the last annual yield is estimated to have
been worth nearly fifteen millions of dol
lars. This success. Kr: Post attributes to a
new process, invented by an Austrian
named Julius Robert, which is ..very differ
ent from the old method of obtaining the
juicain the cane;or beet—root by grinding
or maccration.—ff. P, Tribune.
PITTSMTAGIT GAZETTE a WEDNESDAY.FIDECEMIIE 1568.
TENTH NZ TILACT "....-1.4. 7
NO onezei. BEADS waft. Arrrrxeux.
TRINZH AR& ORDRERD.
„A FULL SET 708 118 .
AT DR. SCOTTIL
wys 17051 N /I) DOOR ABOVE HAND.
Ala. WORK WARR • CALI, AND 71S
AXINZ SPRCIX&ND OY aftTN-
virfiLD9N & REMIT,
austActuise s and Wtiolesale Dealers tc ‘ i '
Lamps,- Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
. Also, CARBON AND LIIBRICATING - OILS,
N 0.147 Woo, Street.i
se9:n= r Between bibnd 6th Avenues.
E—The subscriber re
speetfttlly informs his , riends and the public
Nhe is now prepared to receive them as canal at
his new stand,
NO. 61 WOOD STREET,
Lafayette Hill Building', where eau be bad freett
every dayoi flee and /arse assortmeaf of -
VAICEIi3 AND BREAD;
of an doseriptlons.._Ketit constantly on hand the
VBRY BEST CODLYZCZIONERY In the city.
'Orders for parties Witt be supplied at the short
est notice. no3:011
CREAM waybills AND . TAPITEIS,
And dealer In all klnds of FRUITS,NUTS PICK
LES, SAUCES. nria.ncs, A. ' .
set 115 r irIIDEIRAL ST., Allegheny.
H MII/ W. 1104,11A1 :
as-Leinms , OTBME, SALOON
PIANOS. ORGANS, &O.
BITT THE BEST AND MRCP.
MST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schomaclier's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOIittACEER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known in the . con
struction of a Bret class Insirnment, and has always
been awarded the highest premium irherever ex
hibited. It* tone is full, Sonorous and sweet.. The
workmaruihic. for durability and beluty, surpass
all others. Prices from $BO to 8150. 4:oording to
style and linish,) cheaper than all other so-called
first class Plano.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all, reed instruments, In pro
ducing the most perfect Pipe quality of tone of any
'Willer Instrument in the tuned States. It is elm.
ple and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT 170 X IfITKARA
TREMOLO , ' is only to be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $550. Au guaranteed forilve
BAER, NNAHE & BIDEITUR,
No. L 9 ST. CLAIE STREET.
KNABE do COOB
AND HAINES EEO& PIANOS,
For sale otmonthly and quarterly paymenta.
e •CEEEARLOTTEI BLbME,
143 Fifth street. Bole Agent.
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLER Y.
- ----- 4
100 WOOD STBESCT.
CHINA, GLASS AND
E ; Brix= PLATED !Wiz,
BOXERIAN RUA k
And other STAPLE AND FANCY 3
(loom a great varlets%
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD Z. BREAD & CO.
100 WOOD BTEZET.
(Late ()utter with W. Heopeniteldr.)
J eJELA.NT TAIX.01:011,
No. 53 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
11W FALL GOODS:
, A splendid nesistock of
Just received by
Merchant Tailor. 73 Snatitleld
TR B tfg fti lr i AT AMERICAN COM•
AA. fiEWING 00 .
• IT lIAN NO EQUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE HEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN. THE WORLD, AND IN
TRINSICALLY THE CHE APEST'
sirAgente wanted to cell MU Kaaba.
Corner MTH AND H Age nt tor 'W AM estern Perinnyirazdt.
LET STREETS *
Riebardson,a Jewelry/Rare. I over
WALL PAPERS ,
For Halls, l'arloro antiChamberBl
NOW OPBNING, AT
107 Market St., near Fifth
JOS. R. HUGHES & B
Breonemaiii, ENGINEIEII3 I
11-nd Solicitor of Patents.
°face. STREET Room No. *
° Wet ". P.
1: li tnardet z . t,F elggq, 45.1 ° 17. •
nret i fgrftial: A gW r
NlgnnscOL lAiti LOCOMOTIVEs.
Pjoita r l fo
e:NiumtirucTed• arAu EVE NI NG e e WJa"t
MA. DIFACZIMPIC OP
Between Seventh and Merry
MIIMELMTOS AND NOT:`_-;`
MACIII7III, GLYDE & CO.
WILL OPEN TO THE
WHOLESALE TEA _l7
on or about TUESDAY, Detember Ist, a
RETAIL . TEAT:
on THURSDAY, December 3d, one of U
BRaT DELECTED STOCKS OP
ever brought to this city, *oust:Wag of
FAXOrY WORE BOXTB,
N LADIk 8 NIICRMASIES.
, PERFUME STANDS,
A fine lot of WAX and CHINA DOLLS,
FANCY SETTS,- PINS AND EAR-RINGS,
CIGAR STANDS. Also, 'O.ItIAR CASES.
LSE STANDS, WRITING :DESKS, DRESSING
ceBEs, FANCY PORTMONAIES, etc.
',iirßemember the place
GLTDE & CO.,
• and SO Market Street..
NO. 19 FIFTH AVEITE,
THE NEW SKIRT,
"LE PANIER PERFECTION."
, •THEI FAVORITE, " "THE POPULAR, "
"THE RECEPTION."' ,
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING,
"WINGED ZEPHYR," I
"GLOVE FITTING," CORSETS AND PAT
THE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly , embroidered; an elegant street
or Skating Skirt.
FUCK. RIBB ONS . FOR BOWS. - SCARFS AND
BOMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
idATIRS,aII shades and widths..
FLOWERS. PLUMES, HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
richest and latest novelties In GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS..
We especially direct attention to the great excel
lence of the HARRIS SEAMLESS (Bouillon) KID
GLOVES" over all others. and for which we are the
Sole Agents. •
A complete line of GENTLEMEN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS GLOVES, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTS FO RWER&
SELLING AGENTLOCK WOOD'S PAPER
GOODS, and all other popular makes.
ECM & CHILISLE,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
BIAECTIC SUMBA CORDLIL,
An infillfble remedy for Bummer Comydelnt, Diaz.
It e eterei g a t tfl' Toralting,
111. 1111RIS' eill? C if 1,
A 'Decide torteoleri, Cramps and P n
Otemten, ter by
HARMS & ''so G,
Corner of Liberty• " ayne Streets,
J. SCHOONMER a SON'S
PURE WHITE' LEAD
McCOVS vmunTER GREEN,
Pe"l7Brrthtl:llitdeteroiea t, .nAtttehriongianr
mores astiefetion thin anylntinr:a
PHIL MILL MET FLUB.
PURL MILL Three Star Green 'Brand, 'equal to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
71la Flour will only be sent out when entreelally
PEARL BILL BLUE BRAND,
-- Rouel to best St. Loofa.
PEARL MILL BED BRAND,
Zonal t. best Ohio /lour.
WHITE CORN FLOUR AND CORN MEAL.
R. T. LEMIEDY & BRO.;
,Allegheny, Sept. 9.1888. Pram. Nils.
FLOUR! FLOUR!! FLOUR!!!
reek gionsd Old Wheat Flour.
Indio Star Mills, for amity use.
Riverside Mill, for Bakers,
. Stone Kill for Bakers.
'• Ontario Mill. for Bakers.
Monitor Kill, for Bakers.
city Mlll 8 Fam il yFamtly Flonr.
Mad River Family Flour.
- OF NEW 'WHEAT.
Plainview Mills Fancy Bt. Louis,
Tea Rose Mills do •
Clarke's Best Baker's Flour.
Keystone Mills do
• Ooronett Mills do
For sale by -
WArrd LANG & Ce 6
17 and 174 WOOD ST.
PITTSBURGH PAPER PLUM
FAOTOBINEI COMPANY, Maatitacturers of
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS,
• CLINTON M ILL --B TNIIRENYILLE. Onro.
aBIONTOB•MILL—NNW BRIGHTON, PA.
OPTION AND WARTIMISM.
f 10.82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oirriarats—AllGlTST MARTIN Preatdent.
SAMUEL IVINGsTON, Treasurer;
Diascroas—Aiamt Hartle, John Atwell, 8. El
Barman, John B.q.tslagton.
oash paid for Paoar Stock.- jannon
OEMENNT, SOAP STONE, &O.
lIYDBAIIIIC . CIUNT DRAIN ?FL
Ohesnest and best Plpe In the inotket. Also, 80-
BINDAI.I4 it7DItAIILIO OEICENT tbr sale.
.< R. B. C. A. B.SOCILITT tik CO.
Odloe lad If sinfeetory-51410 ERBECOA. BT.
Alleilles9. MEP Orders by map promPOT attend
alLi(*) :oai ;I:i
ILINJA.Xtif erhealhLY — Pau..ll.
QUVGERZY 81. ()LEIS,: Successors
k y to Oto. P. 13 ammatrair a Co..
, • PRACTICAL LITHOGRAPHER&
The orgy Steam Lithographic Establishment West
of the mountairuo. Bonne's dards, Letter Made,
Bonds. Labels, Circulars. Show Clara, Diplomas. orUelts t Views. certificates of Defoe! invite
gi lkO s a st arekw; Noe. !A And Tain ;Exam
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
Tir GOOD STYLES.
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87. MARILET STREET. g r.
WATERPROOP-an colors and qualities. • '
OARDLImnsp-4or Mews s.nd Boys' Wear.
LADIES , CLOAKINGS--Large assortment.
TRENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOS. •
DIME POPLIN -SLOO per yard.
SILK POPLINS.. -
PALZIGLa CLOTH-for Salta.
BLACK SICILIAN LIISTR.Pa.
BLACK AND COLORED 1l MPBESb CLOTHS-
SLEW= CLOTHS. , ' • • -
Large assortment of PLAIDS.
Pull stock of DIGIEH GOODS; at Lowest Baste=
MDOIIII F. PRIMPS',
87 'MARKET 8.27,Mim
NEW GOODS. •
NEW MOHAIR. •
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
Eir No. 168 Wylie met.lBB. • 168.
V (Late Wilson. Our & ( a.)
WHOLSBAXX DR A,1912
Fozetn and Domes* Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STRIZT.
Third door &bore Diamond Om
(Lateller k likketainh)
Nos. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin Streets,
Offer to the trade at Law !Wei
180 pkgs. of NEW MACKEREL. In barrels,
naives alearterl and kits.
100 - chests choice YOUNG HYBON, JAPAN
and LDPERIAL TRAIL
50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
95 bbls.Tholce CAROLINA RICE.
78 this. LONG ISLAND SYRUP. •
50 bbls. SYRUP. choice brands.
100 bbls. 0. BfOLASSES.
80 bbls. BERMUDA MOLASSES.-
800 bills. REFINED SUGAR. -
78 birds. PORTO RICO, CUBA and D 1311.•
RARA SUGARS. •
900 bags RIO COFFEE.
50 bags JAVA sad LAGUAYRA
100 oases IMPORTED CLARET.
950 eases MO it CRANDON'S CRAM.
PAGNE W HES.
SCOTCH ALE and LONDON FORM:3 con.
'tautly on hand. . •
TOBACCO :;AND CIGARS.
' Manufacturers and Dealers
0 0 , MinaAz BT...aLLEOICEINYJ
OLITER & CO.,
CAPITAL - $125,0*
Edward Davison,. 'I L. P. Dutonto.
John Motion, E. D. Ditbsidge,
Dea. W. Dittuldse, 31... .. Ntoknot.
I be D. Johnston. •
aarrantezi TAIU?-ooraer of
BUTLER L I ED LUMBER STREER
lIINT . R WARD.
OFFICE AT POET PITT GLABEt WOBSH . Waltol
.1 • iaTitpie •
LIMIBEii I LIMBER: LUIRDEEti
ALEXANDER. Paz - ra2201 0 1. - -
Dealer in all . Wails of Lumber.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE •
1.000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards • .
150,000 feet 1X and loth Clear Plank;
30,000,feet Dry.l3s inch Common Plank;..
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 9 inch Oak:
95,000 feet Dry A, SISi and 3 inch Ash, •
- • 5,000 feet Dry 9, 93 5 , 3 in. Cherry & Hap,'
Dr /,_lJt, 9 and inch Poplar:
10,000 feet Dry rower , SeantithE;
950.000 feet Hemlock Joists and manilas:
750,000 No.ll 18-inch t3hinglea, sawed:
230,000 No:1 15-ineh Shingles, sawed• •
40,000 No. 110 - inch seemed; '• •
40,000 Wire Brick; • -
1,000 Fire ' •
100 'Tons Fire Olay
YARDS—No. 85 PR2BLN 'STREET, firmed*,
Manchester and 151 REBECCA STREET, eppp
site the Gaa Works, Aides:hear Cit 7. 11014
CAN I MIMED
ITTAlVr o dably the best In use. NEW IMPROVE.
ME Patente4 Nov. Mb. 1887. and A..
Alm, 1 8. Everything relating to billiards o •
best quality and lowest_ prices always onftand.
Our NEW COEITRIMME% Pstellte3Es7 B th,
1888, price sB.so—s great success. ; ...
IllnsMtedprice Ustssentonspplication. Ad • -:...4
P/ECLAIt & 'COWIIMM •
83. 83, 87 and 8910ROSBY ST., New Tort C 37
..Araehin ' e fitOnei Tr°rAst‘'
]northwest corner of West.Ckdosnon,,Allecterl!
PRECWICIVITA.IIIIt In CO.
Hare on hand otniej
shoe notice s,
and Stepp Stones ,
uter eZezated. Prices roan:mink*
BAS & mqszn,
MIT Houtz AssOciATION ntittamiefi, Ray
I awl Bt. Ciairdnkeet. Pitteinrrat, Ps. 'Sm,
attention given to the designing
GMTRT ITOIMM salt PTIBLIO ttillta `as
FRESH GREEN -------t- VVRTLE, pi" 1
up In eaus Itlioups and Stews ready for
We, .received and or sale at the faullty Gineeryt
store or JOHN
A. lIHNSa& L ,W
sell gerlHßLlbelly - and Rend itTanur 1 --.
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CARPETS Arm OIL CLOTB9
PRICES. OF CARPETS
Our Stock is naw unu:sually /amp
and well (warted in every line.
We offer great indueetnente 441
51 FIFTH AVENUE.
NEWEST . STYILiS!
TAPESTRY ANa 001/Y !MUSSES,
TWO AND unairmir, PLY
ALL WOOL IIirGRAINS, In gnat variety.
AT VERY LOW PRICE&
DRIIGGETS, all 'iVidatis.
Otir neck Is the largest and moat des able 'vne
Lave ever offered to the trade.
BOYAR]) ROSE & C 0.,. -
21 211111 STREET.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF THE SEASON,
A FHLL ABSO . RTMIC24F OF
JUST.OPENED AND OFFERED AT T 8!
11017iT . EIST. BATES:
No. 23 Filth Street.
_EIZOIDTARY—T. A. WRIGHT.
AND COMBINATION OUBBIOEB.