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'Cts littsintrO etaytts.
TO MY FRIEND.
You think me ' , good 101,rue. " rand It is well
For yon—for,me; and tilittl.vett tell
What I am eXte• for bdtperytibe - taind.
Than weakitrtAny faults-and kin d.
I love yanked y; would bave utrfriend, ;
Coacernintaviti'airsplelct tit end: t
You see youriel s tellected.see not me,
lint something ' though str Ting. I mays. -
Yon cud but sti fl e ineelfmy heart you knew:
pn staudtwlthotte bit sunlight, aridleok through,
'the dark. net windows still and never see
.The Inner chambers' soil and potterty:
;r hlie I see you in atlight clean and white,
w ud shade my eyes, and feel my night more night
i rlend, call me good: paint the lair picture still:
I attail grow like Lt. wit - am- earnest will,
Wiltuptry - t_ hrfair draught in emytivre-- - -
• Froth your dear till I have midilt
It shall be mine, - for we catch:good at. sight,
Who long tot' it.laCw#,catelt light from light.
Foctild,the high harmony, of better law
Ter musie conquers man,- arid yon stali'drate
Diy wand' rl .:g discords sweet, with silver call:
lily pulses act, with yours to Tice and fall.
Rev. Newman Hall contributed an article
to the Independent entitled, "On the Rela
tion- of Husbands and Wives," in• this
week's issue, in which he gives the teach
ings of. Paul upon that subject. The editor
of the lidepsndent thinks, in many respects,
. the teachings of Paul are not as applicable
to the statiaTof society now as to that which
existed at time hp wrote. It affirms the
Scripture argument against woman's civil,
-.7 social and political rights ,is precisely like
that against Republicanism, from the teat,
"Honor the. King." The article of Mr.
• Hall ought to be widely read, and the caveat
of the editor will be understood.
The new Baptist Church 'in Elizabeth,
New Jersey, is built in true' ecclesiastical
style, and in the most approved church
fashion. Caps, cornices, pinnacles, tur
rets, minerants - and devices abound in all
conceivable places. The pulpit combines
the altar and the cross. Dr. Miller, the pas
tor, is said to be churchly in his feelings.
He wears a silk gown, and had his right to
do e so stipulated in the call. Ekime of his
services are liturgical, and chants, Gloria
in Excelais, alternate reading of the Psalms
abound. • -
Among the best 'tokens, from the South
em States, of a better state of things, is the
resumption of the various departments of
denonainational power. We are informed
that the Committee on • Education. of the
Southern Presbyterian General Assembly
have more calls for aid than they have abil
ity to "meet. One year ago there were
eighteen young men receiving aid to 'ens•
ble them to prosecute their ministerial stu
dies. Now there are sixty nine.. Informa
tion has been received by the Committee
that there tare seventy-two candidates for
the ministry, and it is suppoied not less
than one hundred are desirous to preach the
The Rey. W. P. Moore has received a
• call to the' Presbyterian church of Mancha
ter, PresbYtery. of Allegheny City. •
At a meeting_ of .the First Reformed
(Dutch)' Church, Brooklyn, It. Y., on
Sunday week:, the handsome sum of five
thousand dollars,was received in the collec
tion for the foreign missions of that denom
Last week Plymouth Church, Rev. 11,
W. Beecher, Pastor, elected three deacon
eases, namely: Mrs. Morrill, Mrs. Fanning
and Mrs. Thalmeir. The Independent says
the membership of this church is nearly
eighteen hundred; its revenues for Pew
rents during the past year amounted to
about fifty thousand dollars, and its gifts
for benevolent objects and building new
mission_ house will reach one hundred
thousand dollars. .
An exchange represents that a theatrical
entertainment was given in- Cincinnati,,
Sunday week, at Which H. Thtme Miller,
President, of - the Young Men's Christian.
Association was stage director; Rev. Dr.
Morris, of Lane Seminary, was star actor,
and Prof. Doane, author of "Silver Spray,"
led the orchestra. If people am be induced
to attend, it is proposed to hold religious
meetings in two pt the theatres in that city.
Tie Committee of the Parent Missionary'
Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church
=have assessed the Pithibtirghl ,Conlerence,
thirty-seven thousand three hundred and
forty-nine dollars, as the amount to be
raised by the people within its bounds, of-the
eight hundred'and fifty thousand dollars ap
propriated for the work of the society.
At tie:late annual meeting of ihe Church
Extension Society of the .M. , E. Church, at (
Philadelphia, it was resolved to raise one
millipn of dollars as a Loan Fund,' with a
view to; loaning; sums of money to feeble
chorales. A special meeting was held to
consider the best means :of raising Ull9'BEll3l.
Several of the Bishops spoke, after which
Rei. Thomas T. Tastier, Sr., an influential
local preacher, and enfold retired merchant,
spoke; and concluded with an offer to g,ivl
ten thousand chillers to tbe Fund. • Messrs.
' Spencer and Long, laymen, each gave ten
thutisand dollars. _ Although this movement
has just been inaugurated, live personshave
already: given ten thousarul dollars each,
malting one-tWentleth of the million pro
posed to be raised.
• The Supreme Court of New Jersey have
• 'recently decided that a minister Of the Protes
tant EPiscopal Church, who is barred out
:of the church edifice and parochial school
• house by the Wardens -, and Vestry, has a
right of 'action'- for "damages 'against them,
and that in such a snit a verdict for substan,
tial damages should not be set aside.
The Presbyterian Synod of ' Missonri
recommends the, Se:miens of the churches
neverto admit a member without the promise
_to abandon all ungodly amusements, _such
as denting, playing cards; theatre-going,
circuses, -raffling, drinking intoxicating
liquors to excess; worldly visiting on the
Sabbath, dealing In -gift, enterprises, and
other improprieties calculated to bring re
': _preach upon the cause 'Of Christ.
ElciefXnatipi the noted Baptist reilval
has , determined t to locate his home at
-Ban Diego, California.
The Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal
Church;; after the Presidential"election, for
warded to,Eleneral Grant a letter of congrat
latiori, in which- they a state that as their
fathers' congratulated Washington on his
accession to the 'presidency, so they. would
,congratulate 'lnterest, duty and, grat-
itnde combined to induce the nation, the
letter ( states, to call him to the Chief Magis
tracy. Reference is then made to the qual
ities displayed by General Giant in the
field, which are epecially„demanded in the!
Cabinet, and the glory which:,s.rowns his
•arms will,they: trust u be env' xecled by the
higher glory that will crown hie. counsels.
`The letrercloseis witha brief referenceio the
principles' involved - in the election; the ex
ecatlon of which will tend to' restore the
States to their proper relations.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Domenec, of the
_Catholic Diocese, performs. a
prodigious amount of lalicir," - accOrding to
the accounts which appear in the Catholic,
from weekto week: The prosperity of •the
Catholic Church in this diocese, in all its
departments, is doubtless due to a large ex
t.nt to his unceasing labors in the Episco
pate. The Catholic of this week says on
last Monday evening the Bishop delivered
a lecture at New Castle, Pa., to a very large
and attentive audience, composed chiefly of
Protestants, and• on Tuesday he Confirmed
about ninety persons, some of whom were
Rev. Dr. John Hall, of New York, is
attracting large crowds to hear him preach.
It will be remembered about a year ago be
was installed pastor of the Fifth Avenue
Presbyterian church. The audiences are so
large that the pews cannot hold the people,
and camp stools are regularly placed in the
aisles for the accommodation of-strangers.
It is said of Rev. Mr. Barnaby, a Baptist
minister at Harwich, Mass., eighty-one
years old, that he has not missed a senuon
nor a meal for forty years. _
The Bishops of the English Church have
united in a formal reply to the Pope's invi
tation to them and other Pretestants to at
tend the CEcu, menicid 'Council. The origi
nal is in Latin. The author of it'is under
stood to be the Bishop of St. Andrews.
The doeument acknoiviedges the indebt
edness of the English Church to Italy and
Rome for Joan) , things, for which it is
grateful; dwells on the fact that it has the
same creeds as the. Roman. Church, but re
pels the accusation of heresy and schism,
and declares that the Church of England
was a Church long before the Pope's au
thority was established.
It also calls the attention of i his Holiness
to the labors of the English Church in dis
seminating the Scriptures among the peo
ple, contrasting its course in that particular
with what it alleges to be the opposite poli
cy of the Church of Rome.
Among the changes. introduced by the
recent revolution in Spain, none is of more
interest to other nations than the removal of
the restrictions placed upon the burial of de
ceased foreigners. Heretofore Spain was
not an agreeable country to die in. The-
English' residents in Spanish seaport towns
had to be buried in the sands below high
water mark, and in the inland towns no rest
to the dead foreigner was allowed in either
consecrated or unconsecrated ground. For
many years the members of the British Le
gation had to be interred beneath the stalls
of an English livery stable, and it is report
ed that the body of a young attaché was,
Some time ago, torn up from its resting
place, in a lonelyfield ) wher% it had
vionsly,,heen depoSitid in 'secret +The„sav
age The peasantry seized the remains, of the for
eigner and threw them ignominously into
a ditch by the roadside, whence they were
removed to the livery stable. At last,
as a great favor, a "Holy Field” was
allowed to be established at Carabanchel, a
small village three miles south of Madrid,
but no one, except. the English friends of
the deceased, were • allowed to be present,
guards being , stationed to prevent the ap
proach of Spaniards. The London Times
of December 2d, however, contains a letter
'giving an interesting account of the funeral
services at the burial of the young English'
engineer, who had for five years been em
ployed on the Hemues Canal. This, gentle
man had endeared himself to the workmen
under. his supervision, and for the - firstlime
in this history of Spain, a strictly English .
Church service was attended by a mixed
congregatihii, professing different faiths..
The change in the' treatment of foreigners
is encouraging, as it shows that-Spain is
.emerging from that condition lir stolid in
difference to tbe advance or civilization
which has made its name a by-word and 'a
reproach, as the emblem of contented ignor-
ftrosrlionts.—Much effort has been ex
pended in obtaining yhosphorus from its
mutend combinations, instead of from bones.
the usual source of supply. It is said that
by taking one pEut of apatile, or phosphate
of lime, with, two parts of sand or pow
dered flint, with the addition of a Sufficient
amount of charcoal, and by keeping the
mixture at a red heat for a suffieient time,
the phosphorus will be disengaged and pass
over. The silicle acid, or silica, combines
with the' lime, setting free The phosphorl,
which is then decomposed by the carbon,
and the phosphorus is liberated.
LETTERS from Montreal. and Quebec s ay,
the Canadian autb.orities are indignant at
the ly . nchirig of the Reno brothers in Indi
ana, in violation of the promise of the Uni
ted States government at • the, time of stir
render. The . Montreal Herald; says the
itmericait,govemn2ent was , strictly respon-
Slide for the safety of these men, and should
be held tir account, and if such things are to
be done, extradition •must ;cease, as the Ca
nadians cannot send men over the border
to be torn in pieces by an Unauthorized rab
ble, no Matter, what their crimes.
Trim Skye Terrier is: so called.because he
can go to the top of Ararat at one jump.
Professtir Snoggle (who,stutters horriblV,)
says the Dog Star is not , a star , at all, but a
P-p-pup-planet. The discoverer, of the
Dog Star was of the opinien that it ' was a'
Newfoundland, although a ridiculous story
Henry,in Ward Beecher's Star ;Papers at
tributes the name PDog Star", to an ex
pression made use of by the philosopher
when he discovered it: "I'll be dog gortedt"
BATAILD TAYLOR advises persons ' going
to Rothe to select a beggar and "give' him a
stated weekly allowance. He'will soon
come to expect it only on the regn!ar day;
and, moreover, he will privately manage
that you are not importuned`by his brethren
—at least in his quarter of the clty. In my
ease, this plan - worked -very satisfactorily.
My beggar greeted me with a bow and smile
for six days, held out his hat on the seventh,
and'allowed no one'uf the neighborhood to
make a claim tmon 4 me. • ,
CULOIURE GAS is now qiect in toughening
and reflnina gold, by being passed tbrotigh"
the melted metal, which is 'covered with a
layer of borax. ; After a fewliours - all , the
sliver present is converted into. chloride of
silver, which floats on the surface and may
be poured Off still liquid when
- the gold has
become &Aid. • The borax preventi the loss
of silver -by absorption of volatilization.
The gold attains. by the . process, - a fineness
of 993 pFts in 1,000; the loss is abbot the
same as in the usual methods.
,!.;•i P. , 4 . 7' :4
PITT- SBURGIT GAZETTE: SATURDAY. DECEMBER 39, 1868:
!Funerals In Spain.
ao CRlAtailKADlrlitHrlg ABTEPICILL
, TIECTR ANS T u rD.
°.•YCLL BE AT DL SCOTT'S.
$1 nark sistirr, Does Alum HAD.
ALL srositiw . Augi - writip_. - CALL AND NX
AMINE -APPANIENNii• Olt B EN IRE yDLOAff-
Maiiiirsotand Wholesale Dealere In
Lamps, Lanterns, Phandelids,
AND 'LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS,
iiiINZUVE; &o. •
N 0.147 Wood Street.
seg;n22 . DetWeerifith and 6th Avenues.
GLASS, CEINA. CUTLERY
100 WOOD STREET.
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA,
DINNER SETS, TEA SETS,
A laige stock of i
SILVER PLATED GOODS
of all descriptions
Call and 'examine oar goods, and we fetid
satisfied no one need fall to ue bulled.
R. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
PIANOS. OROANS. &O.
Bllr T. &To nES
ANDTEG A AP Caw "'
Sehomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S ; COTTAGE ORGAN.
The t3OIIOMACTICIER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable lurproVenients inown is the con
struction of II first class insutunent. and hall always
been awarded - the highest. premium wherever ez-
Whiled. Its tone is fall, sonorous and sweet. The
worlaarmshin. for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from 00 to 111150. facoordincto
style and &alba Cheepsr than all other KrTcalled
first class Plano. - • • - _
ESTETIS OOTTA , III ORGAN .
Stands st the head.of all reed instruments. in pro
clueing rite most perfect pipe quality of tone of any
similar Instrument Riche United States. It is gm
pre and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out of. order. , -
ceßpErrnatis pAnrsT iithmtwe.
TREMOLO'` la only to bo found in this Organ .
Price from 4100 to $550. All guaranteed for, live
BARR I KNARE & DEEMER,
• - No. LR.ST. OLAIR STREET.
lee lANOS AND OBGANS—An en
tire" new ato.k of . •
KNABE.S UNRIVALLED PIANOS; •
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:. ' •
PRINCE k CC'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS
and T SEAT, LLNSLEY CO'S ORGANS AND
MELODEONS. • • ,- •
deb _ ,43 PUth avenue, Sole Agent.
SEWING MELCHINE% -
MEM GREAT AMERICAN COM-
A. RINATiON. • • " 0 •
AND SEWINCE'REA E.
ET SAS N° /PAM,
"1 00136 1 7 1 14191103LETNT A N LY
TULNUOALLY Tait 01:1z,.mrEST.
VrAgents wanted to sell this lifsettlna
-Aiejit for Western Pennsylvania
Corner 7Erra arm! MARKET STREETS,: over
. Elcbardson's Sewaßy Store. . nfl
• Mau attest wltil9.SMMateide.)
3 rulthileld' Street, Pittsburgh.
VEIiV FALL GOODS.
A splendid new stook oC
JU5t receitestby BURT• MEYER.
sel4: MenhaistHon 73 Smithfield street.
11 - - ,
MEOTIMTIOAV ENGINEE E .
' And Sollidtor of Patents.
(Late of E:P. W. O. Railway.)
Offiee. No. 29 FEDERAL STREET, Room No. •
up stairs. P. 0. Box WA ALLEGHENY CITY.
DaAOHINEET Of all descriptions, designed. •
BLAST 21:11111A0Eand ROLLING HILL DRAW.
L INuEI farniabe Particular. attention paid to de
signinSCOLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES Patents-eon
!Kennelly licited. - AP An r, VEXING , DRAW.
reig , CLAM so ;for Ameitanies. every; WZDI4EWAT
UHOHT. aol 'ere
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &o.
11110AU110 , . €IIIENT- Miff - PIPE.
Clhaaarai raid heat has marke.' Aul*, up-
SENDAI.* - liYDItAIIGIO CialdlNT tar Bala.
R. B. at` BEGOIEW * CO.
°Mee and Miiiiefseim7-24 . 4) PPIRECOA
Allegheny- air Orders by mall prOmptlY sttedided
30 . 1suspno • Ls •
• . Mums eotitthi*.BßD war,
To arrivo and for solo by" '
mcsaNE a aka%
0 1 0; „11,10 d
ROMAN SILK BOWS.
LADIES LACE HANDKERCHIEFS.
Rosewood Handkerchief and
/ Glove Boxes
NV I ATCH STANDS AND CHM CASES,
WRITING DE9IS AND ALBUMS.
The finest and cheapest asmortment of
WAX AND CHINA DOLLS,
TRAVELING CASES, •
CARTE DE ViSiTE BASIS-Drs.
LADIES' & GENTS UNDERWEAR,
LADIES FINE - KNIT OPERA ROODS,
The New Striped Felt. Skirt.
wooriErr Goons at Coat.
Fine Embroidered Slipper Patterns. Beantilal
GLYDE St. CO.,
'TS and 80 Market Street,
NO. 19.1011 ATOM
THE NEW. SKIRT,
"LE PANIER PERFECTION."
`•THE FAVORITE." "THE POPULAR,"
"THE RECEPTION' •
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING, •
"GLOVE FITTING," CORSETS AND PAT
ENT • •PANIERS."
THE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly embroidered; an elegant street
or Skating Skin.
RICH RIBBONS FOR BOWS, SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
SATINS, all shadei snd widths. -
LADIESRS. PLUMES, HATS AND urnmETs.
AND CHILDREN'S MILRINO UNDER
The richest and latest noveltiei In GIMPS,
FRINGES AND' BUTTONS.
We especially direct attention to the great excel
lence of the ,HARRIS SEAMLESS (Rouilion) KID
GLOVES" over ail others. , and for which we are the
Bole Agents. -
A complete line o f GENTLEMEN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS. GLOVES, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTs AN o DRAWERS. •
SELLING AGENTS FOR LOCKWOOD'S PAPER,
GOODS, and ali otherpopular snakes.
C Intl SLE,
NO. 19 FIFTH AV.prITE.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
DENNISON , & HECKERT,
NO. 27 FIFTWAVENUE,
Have Jest received a large and judiciously assorted
EMBROIDERIES, LACE GOODS,
Kid Gloves. Handkerchief
Patterns, Zeph3rr Goods. Starts
and Notions generally.
suA selection is afforded in special novelties
to which the attention of lady readers is specially
DENNISON & HECKERT,
deS 1110; 27 FIETIT.AVENUE.
pnicEs MARKED DOWN.
BLUME% ALNO?ir EVERITHIISCI.
REAL HRH EMIT cif, all Linen, HANDREII
CIiIKE'S, 17e, 19e, isglc and upwards. •
Tern. tti., ENE.IO LINEN HAN D/LERCRIEFB
°Mc, Se to' Boc.
All ourll&Telatole=half regular priees.
All the new AI a.L.BuItAL riKattTn Bud Bradley's
latest styles of ROBY BRUM!, at the Lowest
Prices in the City. . , •
tiENTtis MERINO NEST and • DRAWERS, 40,3
to $5,00. ,
• • No. 171 l iftla- Avantto.
- CRACKER BAJUMES._
~4,,-..-.1..1 _ l . ... i. l ,
- „hie ~.,0 ,...:t,p,,. 4. , 4
,41.*: , -...1.;„.0t45?,..1.5,.,..—.-ri2i. , :elt"'Aif
~.., ...„. ~.r.., ..,..,.., ._
ARE strptaßni .ty ANY moll
- , .oTririsiii i'rititi CITY...
OMIC V O r T A CI T I Z I n
aild ß la u vek Plattaßis.so O A.
For Sale by Ivory Grocer in the City.
Bakety, Nti. 91 Liberty St. '' '
ITESTERD AY pro-DAY, &N )1
poem to is books by Edward Henn flieliebnertll,
A. Df. VA mo:. bevelled ho a rds, 14.
•Vlli,e is &rem:nimble lineal, nod 616 f likolY in ',A
-' trlet a great deal 6f att. - 11,16n Iraperln Rtutrio.
.The tnost etrophythe' rlehe.t. And inoer tweed
poem which rcevin. caps hove Imodneed.n.—Loisaols
CO I .4STANCE . ATLMER,
A Starr of the Seventeenth C'eutury. ()no Tol,
nou. lOC Wt. ,
the blot . a ~C onAtitnee -Aylnpu" , 1.. laid In the
time when New Yera was witutch - colony and Eng
land .Wl/4 ruled by 0 . 11111 well. 3he - condition of
Manhattan 14hitbi and the aurrounding count* . is
rrapinealw ketched ; the ways and manners of our
Dutch and Itugllitt ancestors are reproduced with
wonderfilltidvilty, and at the alma time with& live
knees and hump , * which throw le charm around a
story valuable tur f:8 historical accuracy and of ex
citing interest. - •
ROBERT S. DAVIS,
4108•Triis Oa. WOOD -STIIIHET
CLoYMIEJI).. , ,
g CHOICE LOT
BNO3Ei'IBI Liberty Street.
CESAE BREAD IN DEAR TILER&
3anquirp fort WAMYS Bread
loaest trod best. The . Initial* W." on
irret7 lonf. Take none else. ikuiran
` - av~..~: E GuwSi'w.C;if.N~ > '?,~;:' , ''i;s l . u.~' - sz- '-%^~~.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR. PRESENTS,
LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN.
FURS, 311:TFTS, AND. BERTHAS.
THE irrnie POLES.
ALL NEW AND CH.•IC& UOORSI , •
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at
180 and 182 Federal street, Allegheny.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
-BFI TH AVENUE.
-V04401(PR0T.4 1. 4
GRANO.: • CLEARING SALE. OF •
C.A&PIX 6 M3'gii;.
UNTIL WE TAKE STOCE..
lIITALLUM BROTHEIT. ,
DEF.IIIIIEII, 1868. •
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
CARPETS AT RETAIL .
LESS THAN .WHOLESALE PRICES.
We offer FOR A. FEW WEEKS ONLY
our goods , at a large reduction frourn.gu
lar rates. Our stock is fall , and complete
in Nall departments, and we shall sell the
best qualities and Styles', of rpets atpri.
ces at which we onnot replace them,.
giving our•custointrs an opportunity of
obtaining bargains that May never be of
fered aggin. This special sale:will con.
thine only until the time of ( taking our an-
nual inventory of stock at the end of this
M6FARLAND & OOLLTITS,
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifih Avemte.
A viNIYAL '
OUR REGULAR ' DECEMBER CLEARA?gCE
VALE Is now fallk Inaugurated, at urkes' that se
cure BETTER RARGATRB THAN EVER. BE
poRE, •- -
OIL CLOTHS,- ,-MATTINCS,
&c., &c., &c., . - ,
: 0 - iod,.. Carpets 'for r. 25. . coot§ q:Y.OI
No. 23 Fifth Street.
IR-10. - Tiiiirj 4 C,9lCaCOlNT !
We offer our , stock atreduced
prices for a SHORT-TIES before
commencing to take stock.
Now is the time to buy:
BOVARD, & CO.,
21 FLEW AVENUE.
iii COLD 'WEAUR.
. . .
BLACK, BROWN AND GOLD.UPLKD
NEW AND DESIRABLE ' •
i. ARI -
VERY' -- - LOW 'Pitalt3-Es,l
WHOLESALE - AND kEirAit:
wil ll TA.x..sZw.iVis;
180 and 182° Federal street, Allegheny.,
3owE:'bc,i;Lii r 3ui=o'
BATES & BELL
HAVE IN STOCK;
Silks and Velvets,
am LOW PRICES.
BAILEY, F.A.REEL &':`G4
LEAD, AND ELOCk <rIN
StrMar AND ISAn'xx
• PUNIER% GAS AND STEIN IITTBIM
No. 167 WORM St., Pit bingilt
GREAT REDUCTION IN 1
Tobacco, Cigars it x
ISAAC -ST 'N ,': ':p
No. IC B Federal Street , . above eIl L likii
‘. . .
ALLEGHENY . CIT Y -- PALS- ;
Bespecttally announce.s to ils irl slirtbsill! ,
Ow offering hie stook ,. embalms of •_. . i t ri-1
FINEST. ciiiiens T 03341 0 Airfi
,-, _(And tti,il
1 0n0,1.--li ,
I r li a lrleet LONR.S. THAN EVEIt 1/11 , 1* X
4an e tab e r the Place, ,
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