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BY JOHN G. witi77lllll.,'
The day's sharp strif. Is ended now.
Our Work ladone.. God kuoweth how:
As on the thrnMien, unrestfni tows
The patience besi d e oon looms down,
I wait to bear. t o e wl e,
Tne.voices of Its tonion I of fir.a.
Slow, doubtful, faint, they seem at first::
hark!ng, my bean, co know the worst:
there the Alleghenies spoke:
Thatsoand trans lake and 'prairie broke!
,onset gun of triumph rent
/The silence of a centineittl , •
That signil from Nebraska sprung;
This, float Nevada's m..Untain tongue:
Is thatAlty answer, strong and free, t
1 - 1 loyal heart of Te an ess t e y
What str.mge. glad voice is that which calla
From i'S agncr's grave and dumter's walls?
round as Matt
or the I sslppl',6
llsou'founts tread! ain head
' There tbatled freedom's CW.rter Oak!
in that wild burst .he (ma I. spore!
Cheer answer ch. er from Ise to let
Of sun. • We ave a eoun y yet! '
The praise . , God, be tilt e alone!
Thou givest of for bread a stone:,
Thou rant t led cos Ono, gla the ht
. 1 . 0 bun ,, e , i t h re turning light: •
- 'Not throng
its m o uth
have we passed,
To.perlah. et its mouth at last., ,
0 night of pottee. thy flight restrain! •
November's moon be slow to wane:
thtnetou the freedman's cabin fluor,
yOu brows of praer a blessing pour;
-':And give:with tell assurence blest, .
The weary he t. of "Err edom rest:
, • - r-Attantfc, for January.
—London has a Turkish paper. .
—Two feet of snow at Williamsport.
--Whisky 's a bad thing, especially bad
:whisky. • -
—Patti is to sing for three seasons in St.
—Santa Anna is in St. Domingo, prepar
ing to agitate. •
—A son of, Schamyl is a captain in the
Russian Czar's body guard.
—A New England journal says the "dip
per" isiO3aPtist constellation. "
—No aitist, it is said, ever equalled Herr.
ace Veme,t in drawing—a cork.
—A Cincimmtian effectually cured an at
tack of the small pox by drowning himself.
—The New Orleans Tsn?et speaks e l f the
.Republicciri of that city as a Hahn-d organ.
—Senator Sprague, the king of modern
cottonocracy, is looking up sites for mills in
—Long Branch thinks she is not-large
enouglato be a city and wants to get 4d of
—The Chicago Post says Colfax was
-obliged to buy a Fairbanks Scale in order
to have telly Wade.
—"Tr'ollope's Folly," in Cincinnati; built
by Madame Trollope years ago, will be sold
by the Sheriff on Friday.
—Louisville has barely gotten rid of one
-of her /newspapers by consolidation, and
now she is to, have another_
—The Boston Post says there is to be die
cord at Concord on the 22d in the shape of
a Feniale Suffrage Convention.
—A german girl, in Milwaukee, died re
cently from the effect, of a pint of whisky,.
which she drank at a single draught.
—A:small boy on Saturday found it so
cold that he burned his fingers against the
handle of the hydrant in the back yard.-
-J. Day's, Esq., B. T., was at a horse
race in England the other day, and saw a
horse named Abraham Lincoln vrin the
. —Anna Cora Mo ratt Ritchie says that
the death of the Menken was caused by the
strap with which she was bound to the horse
—lCowonder the negro slaves were con
-stan.tly running away from Southern sugar
plantations, for their masters "raised cane"
all the title.
—An exchange says: Greeley has.been
lecturing on "Women" in Washington,
where_there exists a lamentable ignorance
..on that subject. -
.-When the late Baron Jacob de Baths.
181iild went to. Paris he was only worth
.$200,00@, and•he died .w two thousand
times that sum. ,
—An exchan e, : ikC . ,Oktaking Parepa,
calls her • •s,‘;:;r.:". I ,,itarig. The beautiful
and gal ''_)rtiaiiiible'songstress weighs
_less - ,undred pounds.
-•• tr. - colony of wine growers, is
• F.- •
tract of land situated on
at:fiery 'Ridge which is said to be admir
ably adapted for wine grdwing.
—Verdi wants the Italian composers to.
-unite in composing- a requiem to be per
formed-in l3ologna . by Italian artists pn the
. drst anniversary of Ressini's death.
—Gen. Steinmetz., one of the heroes of
Sadowa is seventy-one years old and the
father of an infant only a week old.
Madame Steinmetz is just nineteen years
Hamilton is to winter at New
York. Persons contemplating a visit to
that city sdiould not let this fact trouble
- them, however, as New York is large, and
, Gall Hamilton is small.
—ln New Philadelphia, Ohio, a young
=an named:Karns, who had been 'weak
and in delicate health, had three teeth ex
. tracted'and In three days afterwards died of
t. hemorrhage of the gems.
—Barron Von Beust, prime minister •of
Austria, ieit his house in 'Vienna, the other
-day, and Went to Pesth. When he return
. .ed he found, some thief had broken in , and
:istolenjall of his orders and decorations.
—A resident of Elmira reached home the
-other night just in time Myrevent his wife
from roasting the baby, she having the stove
=eddy heated and expressing her intention ,
to "have one good meal out of that child."
-LMassachusetts . politicians concur in
.stating that Hon. Geo. S. Boutwell , will be,
appointed Secretary of the Treasury under
-431ffint. What.yrould Masiabhusette think
.if the cabiziet;were made up without touch-'
-all the' murders now committed
throughout the country seem to be done by
nutdmen, who.for them_ ost part evincetheir
insanity ant by a deedof blood. Madhouses
seem' to be considered more honorable than
penitentiaries or gibbets:*
—4l ever there was a hackneyed word, a
. poor, miserable, overworked word, it is styl
.lBll.';' Once toin'a time, it was a word of
distmction brit now to be called stylish is
about as bad as be i ng: hun g,
that you for it means
that you are ugly, vulgar or unprepossess.
•Put that some distinction must be found
f)r ;you, -.and therefore the poor word is
lugged in. -
—An English paper illustrates life in the
mining districts by this conversation: First
collier—" There's been a foire (explosion,)
at-Jackson's pits." Second collier—"My
.feyther worked there." Firit collier—
" Yes, and he's blowed all to pieces." Sec
end collier ,-“By gum,he'd got my knoife."
'---The Philadelphia Bulletin says the Press
calls‘the President, this morning, "the cor
poreal wadding of Booth's pistol." We
are not prepared to go quite that length. A.
J. has doubtless been to the bottom of many
a barrel, and is something of an in-trigger,
bait "corporeal wadding" is a little too bad.
—During the reign of gush in New,
York, "dummies" did a good business on
horse-cars, securing seats at the beginning
of the route and selling them . out at a pre
trum down town. One of these chaps was
hettid io say that' he had sold his seat three
times for fifty cents each, and he would
hold on to it next time until he got a dollar.
I,—Pittsburghera have been particularly
blessed. While our thermometer showed
ten degrees above zero, those in Chicago and
St. Louis were Mem below, so that when
one of us feels his nose freezing off he can
render the agony a comparative one by re
flecting how much harder it would be freez
ing off if it belonged to some man off in the
cold dreary West._
—Here is a first rate "four year older."
Little Julia L—'s mother lay very ill, and
the sweet child having heard some one say
that "perhaps mamma would die," went in
great grief to the bed to ask if it were so,
when her mamma replied that she might die
and leave her dear little girl. The poor
child, in the midst of her sobs, said: "Then
mamma, when you are dead, I am afraid I
shall play on Sundays." _
The. Franco-American Submarine Tele
The cable of this line, it is reported, Zvi
be almost identical in construction with
those manufactured for the Anglo-American r
Company, in 1866. There is some differ- 7
ence, however. The cable now in course
of manufacture will have conducting wires
of greater diameter, and the outside wires c l
will be made of homogeneous Bessemer n
steel, galvanized, and having a breaking "
strain of 1,000 pounds, instead of .800
pounds, at which , paint the existing cables
can be torn - asunder. The cable from the •
Island of St. Pierre to. the American shore,
which is 722 miles long, will be covered
with a composition of powdered flint and
pitch. The deep sea cable, from St Pierre
to Brest, is 2,325 miles in length, with al
lowance for slack. Soundings have been
taken along the proposed route, and the
bottom is found to be of the same character
as the bed of the existing cables, and is
composed of mud and ooze. The new line
frill be laid along the Southern edge of the
Grand Bank, in deep water. The breaking -
strain of the steel cable for the shore ends
will be seven and a half tone, and the strain
required for submersion will be less than a
ton.. The weight of the copper forming the
conductor of the deep-sea cable, will be 400
pounds per 100 pounds greater th4t
the cable now in use. The Great Eastern
under the command of Sir James Anderson,
will take the cable on board, in'Jnne, 1869,
and; after finishing waling at Brest, will
proceed on the expedition.
THE total vote cast at the recent election
is already ascertained to have been over five
millions seven huadred thousand, of which
General Grant has over three million.. In
1860, the total vote was 4,580,193; an in
crease in eight years of . ever one million.
A part of this increase must, however, be
given to the admission of aegro votes in
eight Southern States, which polled for
Grant 416,071, and Seymour 435,098 votes,
a majority of 19,025 for Seymour. It ap
pears that more than.one-half of the South
ern vote for Grant was cast by colored per
sons, and a small part of the vote far bey
mOur can be accredited to the same race, so
that fully 250,000 of the increase is rem
this cause. In 1860 South Carolina did not
cast any popular Tote at all, but Florida
did, while it now chooses elettors by Legis
lature, as South Carolina did then. Then
again, the vote of Mississippi, Texas and
Virginia was included in the aggregate for
1860, whielt was not the cue this year, as
they had no vote. In. 1860, 800,000 votes
were added to the aggregate by the States—
full as much as should be deducted for the
colored vote, and the vote of South Carolina
instead of Florida; so that the number of
white persons actually voting in the States
now represented is more than one million
larger than it was in 1860. In 1504 tbe
twenty-five States which voted gave an ag
gregate vote of 4,054,789; the same States
now give 4,886.128, in increase. of over
800,000 in four years! This fact .alone indi
cates the enormous rapidity of growth in
these States, for this increase represents an
addition to their population of more than
four and a half millions.
JEFFERSON is at Cleveland, Ohio, from
which place he will go to Cincinnati. The
subjoined is an extraet from a sermon, on
the Theatre, lately preached at Chicago by
Rev. R. S. Collier: •
"I confess that I never -aw such power,
I never remarked such nat. .• . any Chris
tian pulpit that it was ever, rivilego to
ifit under as in Joseph Jeffers°. Rip Van
Winkle. It is nature, no art. So simple;
so true; so , beautiful; so moral. No ser
mon written in the world, except that of
Christ -when he stood with the adulterous
woman, ever illustrated the power of love
to conquer evil, and to win the wanderer as
that beautiful little piece,;
so perfectly ren
dered by this genius which God has given
us to illustrate in the drupa the pOwer of
love over the sins Of the ,race."
THE LAST PARISIAN ' AGONY.--X. Paris
correspondent of the Brooklyn
"The Grecian bend is entirely Passe. The
new attitude is called L'attitude Busse, and
g ives an " appearance of immense height.
The heels are nearly two inches high, the
head and shoulders very erect, and rather
thrown back, and the teguet worn with a
very tall plume of upright feathers. With
this attitude the eyebrowi are worn very
straight, the , mouth carried with as much
decision as is becoming, and the poodle,
,which is every lady's companion here,
should be. shaved au militaire, and his mus
tache dyed black. The cane, whichis some.
times worn with this . attitisde, is, however,
CONSITMPTION OF LIQUOR BY RETAIL.-
The Special Revenue Comalissioner reports
that the amount paid in the United States
by the consumers of spirits reiches the sum
of $1,483,491,865. The return is compiled
from the statements., tinder oath, of the deal
ors, for the purpose of taxation and is not
likely to be over-estimated. In ' New York,
$246,6 1 '7,82 0 were paid; in' Pennsylvlinia,
$152,003.425; in Ohio, $151,781,8'75, and in
PITISSITR.6II GAZETTE : MONDAY. DECEMBER 14 188
T IMM" FAVVRAWIPED
No alums KA.= WNW ARTIFICIAL
TRIM AIR 011D/SERR.
A FIILL WM FOR Mk
AT DL SCOTT'S.
Alt DOM BTIOEBT, as DOOF. ABOVE RAND.
ALL 140IIR WAESANTBD. CALL AND =-
AMINE SPROSUNti or ef3l4llllrE,
WSLAION & KELLY,
/inn uhostaren3 and Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
- AND LAMP GOODS.
Ab.. cassoN MID LUBSICATIIie OSA
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:u= letrtrwa ISISi end 01 Avenues.
t~LABB, CHINE . CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA,
DINNER SETS, TEA, SETS,
lam stock of '
3 Call aid eiantine our good's, and we feel
eatialed no one need fall to ue suited.
R. ENBREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
PL&NOS. ORGANS. iSitO.
BICZ T TM I 32 i r e r
uz lp maw.
Schentaeker's Geld Medal Plane,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN,
The BCHONLAdtrat mute oombluw 'in the
latest valuable imprevements known. la the eon•
etraotion of a first dam matrunient. aid haialways
beat awarded , the hisitutat madam wherever ex
hildted. Its tone is fall, sonorous mid sweet. The
workmanship. ibr durability and beauty, 1111pASS
all others. Pricers from Pe to 4150. tawasedlng to
style and IMMO cheaper than all other se.ealleo
ant class Piano.
Stands at the head of all reed !nutriments. in ire
dicing the most perfect pipe quality of tone of say
shriller Instrument in the !Jetted States. It Is mut.
pie sad minypet in oonstntotten, and not liaine to
got out of order.
CARPIINTEM , S PATENT "VOX
TREMOLO" ha only to be found In this Orgloc.
1 rlce from $lOO to $550. Au guaranteed fez dye
BABB, MEE a gulaTiza,
Re. 111 T. CLAIR STREET.
IDIANOS AND ORGANS--An en,
I. tire new sto.k of
SNARE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS;
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS: •
PRINCE A CO'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS
ant TREAT. - LINSLEY * CU'S ORGANS AND
deS 43 FlAtit venue, Sole Agent.
pIJ(.J:f 1 II
j " . ( Late Cutter wieW.lferpenhetile,)
No. 63 Smithfield. Street, 'Pittsburgh
NEDr FALL GOODS.
"!'"' A oplandid mew stool of
Jaet ra ae lyed by
sel4: Merataut Tailor. 7aBmlthfield eireet
MBE GREAT AMERICAN COM-
AND SEWIDIG ELLCIELNE.
IT NAN NO ECIIIA.L.
BEING AIIsOLUTELY THE BEST IN !LACHINE IN THE WORLDAND IN
TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST. .
lap Agents wanted to sell this Machine.
Agent tor Western Pennsylvania.
Corner FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS, over
Rielsardson,s Jewelry Store. -
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, Br.o.
RYDRAIILIC , CEMENT DRAIN PIPE.
'Cheapest and best Pipe la the market.. Also, 80.
SENDA.L3 ISYDRAULICIVEISSINT ler sale.
R. B. & C. A. BRIXTIOrre&VO.
Ofeee and Atenntsetory—S4o iIIiBILOCA. ST"
Allegheny. A9" Orders by mall promptly attended
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
EE B. LYON;
Seater of Weights and Measures,
lio. 5 10IIIITH
Optio' nrnmotly attended tr.
FRUIT HOUSE ASIOOIATION BUILDING% NM
I and 4 IL Chile street, Pittsburgh, &• al*"
attention given to the. designing and building of
COURT HOUSES and PUBLIC BUILDING&
of all _descriptions
(Between Liberty and Ferry streets.
GB AND IifeTIONS
HOMY PRESENTS I
HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
ROMAN SILK BOWS.
Lr oo 40 c>lidsa,rs.
LADIES LICE lIIIDEERCIIIEFS.
Rosewood Handkerchief and
ATCII STANDS AND ,CIOAD CASES,
WRITING DBMS .A.ND ALBUMS
The finest and cheapest assiortiment of
WAX AND CHINA DOLLS,
CARTE DE VISITE BASKETS,
LADIES' & GENTS lINDEIRWEAR,
LADIES lINZ rT OFERA. HOODS,
The New Striped °Felt Skirt.
WOOLEN_ 4t OOblEl at Cost.
Fine 'Embroidered Slipper Petters& Besatifal
DIAORIIM, GLYDE &..00..
VS and SO Market street.
MOO & CI
NO. 19 FIFTH AVENUE,
THE NEW SKIRT,
, "LE PANIER . PERFECTION."
..THE FAVORITE. " "THE POPULAR." •
"THE - RECEPTION,'
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING,
"GLOVE FITTING," COSSETS AND PAT
ENT "PANIERS. "
THE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly embroidered; an elegant street
Or Skating Skin.
RICH RIBBONS FOIL BOWS, SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS:
tiATHIS, all shades ind widths.
'FLOWERS. PLUMES, HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MBRINO UNDER
The . richest and latest novelties in GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
We espectally direct attention to the great excel
lence .1 the HARRIS SEAMLESS (Rontliont KID
GLOVES" over ail others. and for which we are the
A complete lice of GENTLEMEN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVItS, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRA.WERS.
SELLING ENTS FOR LOCKWOOD'S PAPER
GOODS, and alt other popular makes.
1111 CRIN & CIRLISLB,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS!
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
DENNISON & HECKERT,
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE,
Have Jost retched a large and Judiciously assorted
Kid Gloves. -Handkerehlefi, Slipper
ratters's. Zephyr Goods, Scarfs
and. Gents Furnishing
and mottoes generallv.
A s t l i c e nt o selection la affordod in special novelties
to which the attention of lady readers 13 ' specially
DENNISON & HECKERT,
liaa DICES MARKED DOWN.
BARGAINS IN ALMOST EYEBATH'S&
-REAL REV STITCH, all Linen, -HANDKEB
*CIIIBFS,I7e, 19c, MSc and upwards.
TAPE BO Kb &SSD LLNEN HANDBEECHIEFS'
flyjc. Sc to 500. •
Ail oar HATS it frte-halt regular prices.
kit the no Behalf Mel. eIaiSTS and Bradley's
latest styles of iioOr BRUM, at the Lowest
Prices In the City.
Mil's' BIBISII7O VEST and DEAWEBS, 40c
No. 17 Fifth Avenue.
deb ' -
le);lete):Toi;W: Q 2212111
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: ':'''' /, ir ,‘,4 'k iT.' q e " '' tr
' 1 . 0 41 ~, 4 ;;; 'i, 4„' ,$•:, i:,..'Al
' '.., t:.,'J ~ , , ,,' A154 , 1, 1 - -'i•ezre,. 6. - .44.4 • P`v , ..!.;.• '.
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ID . ' . ,41 1 :1 ,r FerP4. k; k 3, :••;•1 V - 4%,1
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--"; 1 10 • A im, .. -. 7
ABB SUPERIOR TO ANY OTICBUD
OFFERED IN Tim CITY.
1 1 3 32AR. 3 8 . 0DA.
For Sale by Every Grocer in the City.
Bakery, No. 91 Liberty St.
COAL AND COKE.
H J.. LANCES
DYER` AND SCOURER.
ziO. S ;s;x.. cx,Ant, writiaiwr
And No% 185 and 187 Third Street,
T C011131 . 0N .
Machine IRMO WOrkao
Northwest corner of West Common, Allegheny.
FRETIM ATWATER. & 00.
Save on 113sege:1,r..; abed notice
Vsntts, Ac. He.. an. Tomb Stones, ne:
Orders ormanOir eXpantati. Sto nes,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
ExCELSIOII , 'WORKS.
•E. r .733iNIEIDISON,
1 snsitistarers sad Dealers
rJbale. b, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, &a.,
tr: 8 PEDEtiAL ST.. A.LLE4III:IOnr
54; *** "
Da' c>w C)/Zrerecl,
II:EL1101 1 ,
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE
A VERY PROF, STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLE.
4 5 0/ 4
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Si Aa E 4 , gt - FZ., 11
01 W 4I 0 i c l a
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fa 14 . db Pi . ' 4 t='
Pi . -, w..
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101 ce, ra ;T; Or.
15 w f : 1 i. 2 ,, ,
4 0 z Pa
4 Ak ri 14
LOSEVG OUT SALE OF
• 131.11.71 r Cr 0.10071135,
For Thirty Days, Commencing
this day at
J. Bt. 'ORCECEDILTI & CO'e
52 ST. CLAIR STREET.
Now b the time to gat useful HOLIDAY PRES
Everything reduced in price. Stock all new.
.POPLINS for 31c. worth 40:
AM NE tiB for DSc. worth 31%: -
CLOAKING C 1..0 rHS tor 4%73 worth $3,7a;
ALP AC .8 for 80c. worth 138,
CHINTZ ES for 50c. worth OS;
PAISLEY SHAWLS for $13,00 worth *20,00:
PLAID KRA wLs ror es,ou worth so,so; •
2dVaLLN forDOic. worth 13;
Linen Cambria Handkerchiefs, Lace Bander.
kerchiefs. Table Linens. Napkins, Towels. and a
full assortment of everydeserlptlan of Dry Goods.
No. 61 St. Clair, near Liberty St.
87. 'EL"' 87.
WATERPROOF—aII colors and qualities.
CASSIMERIS—for Me Ws and Boys' Wear.
YEENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOS.
IRISH POPLIN--SLOO per yard.
PALERMA CLOTH—for Suits.
BLACK SICILIAN LUSTERS.
BLACK AND COLORED EMPRESS CLOTHS—
Larger assortment of PLAIDS.
etoek of DRESS GOODS, at Liweet Beaten
THEODORE P. PRILLIPt's
87 MARKET BTR ET.
168 •••••••••••• • •••••••••••••
' BLACK SILKS.
HOSIERY and G
far No. 168 'ii'ylle
rIM/Hif DICCANDWS & CO.. "
14 - 1 (Late Wilson, Carr &(V")
WHOLIMALUI DEALERS IN .
Foteign and Domestic Dry &was,
No. 94k1VOOD STBIET.
Third door above Diamond alloy. •
wrf . s#Aittell. PA.
dUEAM CANDIES AND TAFTEEIi,
And dealer In all kinds of FRUITS, NUTS, PICK.
LES, SAUCES. JBLLIEO. . ite.; &e.
119 FEDERAL 02shear.
11:101)1EIC r TIOCN
CtaCia .1 - " C..4C) gr X 3 36ra,
We Offer our stock at reduce()
prices for a• SHOUT TIME befort
commencing to take stock
Now is the time,fo buy. •
BOVARD, ROSE & - CO.
21 FIRM AVENVE.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE,S
We , offer FOR A FrA
WEEKS ONLY our goods at E
large reduction from regillal
rates. Our stock is fall ani
complete in all departments
and we shall sell the best aual.
ities and styles of Carpets a .
prices at -which we cannot re.
place them, giving our cus.
tomers an oppFtunity of ob.
tabling Bargains that mal
never be offered again. Thii
special sale will °outing
only until the time of takb4
our annual inventory of steel
at the end of this month.
71 I`(D 78 FIFTH AYE UL
otra azdtitka.. DECEMBER CLEARANCI
SALE hi nov:fhlly iiistigarated, at nrices tbat Pe
care BETTEE BAEIIAINS THAN EVER ve
OA3MED -r iE I SO
OIL CLOTHS, IVIATTIPICS
Good Carpets for 25 cents a Yard
2A Fifth qtreet
(Late Miller & Ricketeon,)
Nos. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin Streets
Offer to the trade at Low Figures:
150 pkgs. of NSW MACKEREL, In barrel!,
halves, quarters and kits.
100 chests - choice YOUNG - BISON, JAPAI
and IMPERIAL TEAS.
-- 50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
kITS bbis. choice. CAROLINA RICE.' 83
75 bbls. LONG ISLAND SYRUP.
50 bids. SYRUP, choice brands.
100 'tibia. N. 0. MOLASSES. •
50 bile. BERMUDA. MOLASSES. -
200 able. REFINED SUGAR.
Mids. PORTO RICO, CUBA and D EMA
200 bags RIO COFFEE.
50 bogs JAVA and LAGUATRA. COFFEES..
100 cases IMPORTED CLARET.
950 cases MOVAC A CRANDON'S CHAM
SCOTCH ALE and LONDON PORTER coal'
stantly oa hand. .
29600400 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
Vll4ols Pacific Railroad Company : l
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l l OO TO $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF ITT& 'MAIM
For farther partiordnrs. raspn, do.. addreea. •
Joan P. ngvzszirx,'
Land , Coombsloner. Topeka, Kama .10
or citis. B. LAnsoloN, seen
St. touts. Mtteotit
MONET 1 MONEY ! !-$4,000 trki
iv' Invest. In a Diortgage City •or Count*"
Property'. for a term of three years., '
41%000 to loan on Bond and Illortrage for d yeara.Fs
WANTS-A—business or ACCarainodawillll Payer to;"
1110 itmorint. of 820 , 000; time from 60 days to
WANTED — To exelondi . a Farm Of 100 Acres off:
Land In tilssonrl fur lone andborlsot
wa gon.A.poly to B. DIcLAIN & CO..
dpi i C.ruer Fourth ay. owl 211:atlalcld st.
&Cy &c., &C.