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'''[For the tittobiirati Guette
I grasped some fruit from the Dead Sea chore,
, With ea ger band its eweetitto sip; . • : -
But soon my hour-lived Joy was co,er 7 —,.
It turned to dsst upon my lip.
..; With WA tmed baste I seized the gold,
That glittering lay on the sun-lit sand; -
Yet Glee the hope its glory told—
Sulphur and iron filled my hand.
I lowered toy baud to lift a gem— .-- - • . .
A. dlamsno I with youthfni trust I said. •
Alas; the haste 1 DOW condemn:. -
1 bell but a speck' of quartz inste ad.
I 'cried my neighbor as myself, -•-, _ ,- ..•-• •
And placed him fainting ,n my steed, '
Arous-d ey greed of earthly ue f.— .. . ..
Ile.sparred my beast; and mocking, fled. •
As ever thus, unused to ride, ' .
I found him soon, cast by th e w ay;" ' ' •
Ibote him gently at my side,
And in my b.d I made him lie, , -
,• , ''. .
- And still I watched till vigor cable: -
.._ - his et eagth returning ear by. day . ; I
But, he ose one nigh —.nd Lost, to shatnc7 - I
He st emy bed : on htch he lay. , •
I place mr hind tri anathirliand, , . 1 ..
I tho ht warmed withfrietidelllD true; '
." I sht le ed with fright to-dindtt, spurned
By a corpse that was damp with corruption's dew!
' Poor Innocent !hull., I lent my name
In thedarkest hunt of my neighbors need;
I gave ietindlwried--he fouled 14 tame. • •
It back:with: '‘'Mlle the deed!"
Ingratitude! Earth-gotten crime! ' ' `
As sting Of hrtatt-warMidadderk rent '' .
Thad thalkbe known incoming time,_ . • •' -•'
Xi, atiepiacket -name•tbese•verses screen. •
OIL Carr, Sabbath, Doc. "'Aii 1e0& ''• - • '
'— r iaottsebalett is in Buenos Arta
Yelyerton is In Cincinnati,/
1- r oncksburg has a rival to Blind T9m.
—Denver City has a lodge of eolored
Masons. 7 •
—Then are fifty beef packing patiblish=
macaw in Texas.
• —There la a inanufactori of , velOcipedes
in Nei Befiford. • " : •
.$7,000 is the profit tti : the Btete of the
Ohio Penitentiaries. , . -
—A - montimpnt has peen erected over the
• gt'ave of Aaron Burr..
A-Gen. : Grant travels free on nearly_ if not
mite all the railways.: ,
—General Roieseati has purchased a
plantation in LOutsiana.
—470,000;0 . 00 is the modest competency
of Conimodora-Vanderbilt. ' .
=Some 'places along the Missouri river
they have had red
—Thirty-five; cents is the -priCe of a
bitshel of- oysters-at • Port s mouth, Virginia.
•—A wealthy gentleman in , Reading is
bUilding a Methodist Church it his own ea
.. = Red shirts have been abolished in the
New York fire department, and bine Ones,
.1... e their .plice.
• e - of ille.most bialiknant chiefs of the
hostile Indians ~is said to be a white man
named litnigraie. ', , .' -
—:ln Rochester, N. Y., there ere said to .
be tweithuruland 'tknd five hundred marriage
able young ladies. - • = , • _ •
~ . _ ,
—ln Dubuque, loNta, the. street railway
L companiesi hare`for
_some time - been run
ning sleighalintesid oi,a/re,. i
~—The Jews of cincirmati.ltave erecteda
soldiers , monument-for . members of their,
faith who fell' during the war; • • .
Alfied S. Hartwell.‘of Boston, has been
appointed firat assistant, Judge of the Su
prune Cburt of the Sandwich
—A rivaLto Capt. Syd has sprung up in
person Of Frank Reno, who isreported to
have buriediome place 00,000 of tiro pro: .
ducts of his robberies, and he died and gave,
no sign. of the : whereabouts of these spoils.
---A routine shop is boil* bunt it things
—A Chicago firm made 150 tons of light
rods tins year.
—Cklodrich and Pitta is the Junta .of a shoe
hottse in ilaTerhill, Miss.
. —Flity.thonsand;hogs have _ l ?een killed ` .
at Indlanopolis this season,
Nearly"— one haralred and - Ilftyilasels
are *id ap far the winter ,at betrolt. ,
—St. Louis 'has :slaughtered about one
hundred and _eighty, thousand hogs this
—lt is said that the first cargo , of tea ever
stored in Brooklyn, N.YWILS landed there
—More than sit: thousand cheeses have
been made lat on cheesed fitotoiy at Bast
Otto, N:.Y. - • ,
—The beef.packing business has been
dull ai,Chicago,this Year,„ and the amount
packed is coMparatively small - • 1 - -.
hear that a Oompany with al capital
of $lOO,OOO is about -to establish a large
manulitc,tory of agricultural implements at
• —Flity.five per.cent, of all the cotton int.
ported into Great Britain during the first,
nine months of this year trim
United States. • -
—There Cs said 'to be but one hemmer in
themorld which weiirls as much as, sixty
tons, and that.is iniiruppls` steel `works at
—The Upper a 2dississippv • 'navigation
season has not been so long for, ten years as
it has been this year.:lt lasted two hundred
sintfifty-eight days.., ' '
- -The Hope Thread Coznpany, of Pair
incket,'ll: I, runs three ndlls,' employs 100
lands Said turns 0nt,10,000 dozen spools of
glazed cotton per Week; •
—The Louisiana • Paper Manufacturing
Company has just been organized at New
'Orleans, and a site for a .large factory has
been_ selected near the city.
—The molasses trade of Porthinii, Me.,
hag increared dye hundred per cent. since
-1867. Most other bianches of trade hi the
same city have largely increased.
—All the boats on the New YOrk canals
got through this winter , hefore navigation
closed. At the beginning of last, winter,
1 '00,000,000 worth of prOduce'was frozen in.
Boston firm la engaged Inntann
facttiring soles, of which this one concern
turns.ont 10,000 pairs per week. They are
sold to shoe manufacturers throughout New
—Next spring a colony of Yorkshire far
mers is coming over from England to settle
in Minnesota, where a tract of ten thOus
and acres of land has been purchased for
the purpose. - -
—Werner, Rohner 4t - Co of Philadelphia,
have one of the largeat ribbon factories in
the country. They are now running 75
looms and have made r,. 8,M,000 yards of
ribbon this year:
Union Iro n Mil "„Pr: t.llO city cost
t4; 4011 : 000 aral.coier one/Ob i : lna a half of
ground s . 415 hands are employed. , The
Aew'itild - ge 4 Span the ;Ohio' river at CM
c 41 1114, tlis belt . * coistructed.there.
—Cleveland is a busy toivn , arid does a
brisk trade. In the month of November
she imported from Canada 194,851 bushels
of barley, received 29,020 ionis of" iron ore,
and shipped 26,768 tons of coal.
-Stettin,-one of the most importtmt ports
on the Baltic Sea, imports large quaotittee
of petroleum from this country. One hun
dred and thirty,flire vessels, _ laden with
that article, have arilyeil there this year.
—A new sash and do'Or factoxy .has been
built at -Rochester, Now ;York. ; la is 124
feet long, 46 feet wide funi-two , storieli high
one hundred hands are employed and 910,-
000 feet of seasoned lumber can be turned
—.Chicago has twenty-two miles of paved
streaks, Which hive Cost a million dollars
Seven hundred thousand dollari have
been spent this year in paving. In the
City there are'll* miles of sewers; 21)9 miles
of water pipe, .and 603, miles of sidewalks.
1 --It has beak estimated that Only about
one-fifth of the cotton crop. of 1868 has yet
beenseld by the producers. This one-fifth
has produced about fifty_millions of dollars,
and Southern writers upon.the cotton Interest
argue that the balance of four-fifths may be
made to yield two hundred millions..
--A large force of lumbermen has ,one
to the tippee regions of the Grand River,
Canada, to 6at oak and elm for the Quebec
market., Owing to the rapid variatlons'of
_depth, this enterprise is viewed as
expensive and troublescme;but the promo
tera hope, for s_good draft, of water next
—A: convention of representatives of the
agricultural, manufacturing, conunercialand
mining interests of fteorgia,- - metat %Macon,
in that State last week,lo take c ouncil as to
the best means of advancing the materhilin
terests of the Commonwealth, and to devise
plans foi promoting immigration from the
—A. company has been formed for the pur
pose qf.tranaporiing live cattle from Buenos
Ayres to Europe. Seven , large steamurs are
to be employed each of which is to have
space for 1,200 heact of cattle, and apparatus
capable' of distilling 8,000 gallons of sea:-
waier per day. The voyage from the River
Plate to England will be made in twenty
- --One Of the largeSt establishments la the
conntry is_the Architectural iron Works - :in
New. York City. .They are 300 feet long
by 260 feet deep and''empldy - 627 'fiend&
These works' are at present employed in
bnilding for ' the Fithison River
Company : . the largest,. fieigbt depot in the
is'tql:se 430 by '42B' fee
three` dm* contain 6,500 :(021a of
iron and cost $2,500,0W , •
ileher and - Brothers factory at Irving.:
ton, N. was destrOyed week before last?
and i , - work cannot be resumed' until neat an
tumn, a fact which is particularly unfortun
as ilia Innulied• operatives z are thereby
thrown out of employment at the beginning
of a Severe winter. , .
—:-The large lumber mills of Hubbard
King, in Detroit, were - . burned last week;
the loss being about sBo,ooo,one-quarter'of
which was covered by insurance.' This
was built in,1854, gape employment, to
75 hands, and .fiad a producing capacity of
7,ooo,ooofeet of lumber per Year.
faCtory at Newbury
port,,Mass., was burned week before list,
and the loss has been discovered 'be $BO
088.' The insurance was $30,000.
—A mattress factory itt'llarsas City. Mo.
ivaibnited ;11th inst involv.
ing a loss : of. $20,000, on which there was
an insurance of $15,000.
—Little's paper milt and 'Marsti:mts" tan
nery in Yarmouil4 Me., were burned down
on the 18th• inst.,. The loss was quite am: .
cred by insurance.
-On the 11th inst.; a wooden ware 'fee•
tory and a sash and blind factoryAn Ban
Francisco were destroyed by lire. Vie loss
was $30,000. , • , , . •
—On the 12th inst.; Quealy'S foundrrand
machine shop at hannibal, lgo., was de
stroyed by `fire, involving a loSs of nearly
—Stanaberry's- harness factory in Bt.
Louis was Aamaged by fire on the:l3th lust,
to the amount of $lO,OOO.
-:-Leavitt's tobacco factory at Neville; 0.,
was burned last . week. Lois
. $5,000, and
no insurance. , • -
The 1 auhee Schoolmarm.
It is evident that the - r Yankee system, with
modifications, is destined to prevail over the
fairest parts of this continent, if not finally
over the best portions ,of the.other. - It.pre
veils Alread in"the West plazas San Fran
'cisco; the famous Vigilance CoMmittee of
which was veritable town meeting! Wher:
ever the Yankee soldier has tramped, the
Yankee schoolmartn will teach.- Noble and
ehivalriegentlemen may throw atones at her
windows; burn school house, drive her
from their neighborhood; hat she reappears
(she or her cousin) and the.workof Tan
keefication proceeds. First, 'Jullas'Caesar,
then Roman civilization, then Christianity.
The seldier most always go first'and open
the country. In this fortunate lnitance the
gentle-and knowing schoolmarni quickly
follows the'man of war, and she prepar
ing the way for the gradual reorganization
of the South upon the'general pplan of, New
England towns. It is hard for' the, noble
and chivalric gentlemen to' hear, but: it
seems inevitable. The Carolinas, may ob
ject, and Georgia expel;; Texas may slay,
and Louisiana Massacre—it will not avail;
this 'is the fate in reserve for them. The
Yankee schoolmarm is extrem ely ni addicted
to writing long letters home, which go the
round of, the village, are carried into the
next county, and are sent at last to Circulate
by, mail all over the .hunL. . Host graphic
and powerful'some of her letters , are, and
New England knows her new conquest in
this way. The schoolmarm's lover has
thoughts -of settling there, when the land
itself is "settled." Her uncle, the tapital
ist; has long had an eye on those rich hinds,
those un u sed water-courses, those mines
and quarfies. She is mertly one'of the first
to tread the path worn by the army shoe
stamped U. S. .A.:—Jaincs Parton, in the
Atlantic Afonthlu. for January,
PITTSBTALGIf GAZETTE i WEDNESDAY. D ECM
•- • '' . sS4TEirc)trr ratXrgr
ateliezaz luau WHEN
VETS Al= catipzp. •
' - A.BOLL En FOR Oh,
• AT Dili. BOOTFEL
EVE PENH STREET, DOOR ABOVE RAND
ALL WO= WARBANTE_IR,IDALLFA EI
METRE SPEW:NEM •DE ; tIEIMI RE
GAS FIXTURES .
WELDON & KELLY.,
• iiiiintiaen4ire and W Inlesele Dettlere is ,
tamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND 'LAMP . 0000,31
Also, CARBON AND itrBEI9ATING '0 I •
• XS V./42i12%M.
II Stiree •
N 0.147 Wobil l.
re9:3122. ..•Netwestaiti rod eltik nn
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
BORE 4tMD CHINO,
DINNER STS, TEL Wrap
41 4 rge stock of
SHAVER = PLATED GOOD
of all desorlpUons
Call and examine onr goods, and we . ..fedi
aarlalled,no one need fall pa we Bunted.
R. E. BREED & CO.,
100 WOOD 4TREET.
PUXOS. ORGAPB, &O.
BI7T THE REST AILITD:HEAP:
EST PIANO ANDVEGAR. •
Schoinaclier's' Gold Ned Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
HOHOMAOHER Impair° combines all the
latest Tenable Improvements kiicrwit; la the - con
striation of a list clan instrument and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ox.
Mblied. Its tone is tionorotw Ind sweet. The
workmanship.: tbr durability and hairy, surpass
all others. Prices from $lO. to $150: taco3nUng to
style and wish,), cheaper than other so-called
drat clan FAUN," •
10TEIr'8 C; 1 92710/11 01184.* * .
Braids at the head of all. reed Instrument's. In pro
ducing the moat Perfect pipe hull ry of tone of any
similar instrumenit la the PinttW. States. It is elm.
pie and compact in .construction. and not liable to
get out 01 order.
CARPIENTICIVII PATIENT.'!, VOX. HUMANA
TREMOLO?t is only to be found In ibis Ones.
Trice from $lOO to $550, All guazariteed for lye
• BAIII4-KNAKE aIIITrTUR,
•t R 0.12 trr. °rani Errarer.
S . ORGANS—An,
tire new et.rk f . •
)11fABIc , S 13NR PALLED PIANOS;
' HAINES BROS. PIANOS: ' •
PRINCE* CO'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS
and TREAT,' LIN LEY a CO'S. ORGANS AND
. . , _
Oil RLOTTB BLUME. '.,
des ' - IntSttemenue. Sole Arent..
rpHE ..GltEl" AIIiEIuCA.N , COIIIO
ANDSE ver ixeCI'MAdEII:IO..
.". IT IlLll+ 'NO EQIIAZ‘ ' .
BEING ABSOLUTELY' THY BEST TAIEILY
MACHINE IN THE Iv.:BLD,
_AND . IN
TRINSICALLY TrittE CHEAP/48T. .
llTAgent,s wanted to Neil this Maohlne.
Agentlhr :Western Nun evyvagia,,
Corner ITITH ANO MARKET STILE - Era, over
Richardson's Jewelry Store. . • 661
T LEGEL, • '; •
(Late Onter etth W. 11Fspenheide.),
‘. ' attEnciEr.wr TA IL
No. 53 Smithfield. Street, 'Pittsburgh.
stlaveu • .
NEW FALL GOODS. , • _
A splendid new &teen of
• Just received by • HIGIVIIIITz *MYER.
Merchant Tailor, 73 . dmlthfeld stseet.
PEncievAL . BECK.Err
And, Solicitor . of Patents.
• (Late of P. F.,"W. aO. RallwaY.) •
Ofilae. Mo. IR FEDERAL STREET. Room No. X
11PataIrs. •Q..80x ALLEOIINV ClTtp •
mACRINERY, of all descriptions, designed_ .
BLAST FURNACE and notinmanuuDßAW.
INCIS furnished. Particular attention paid to de.
sikning COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents con
ddentfally solicited. Sim An EVENTING DRAW..
ING CLASS: for mechanics emery WEDNESDAY
NIGHT.__:. • - • - •.• an4utha
CEMENT, SOAP, STONE,- ago.
HYDBAULIe liIEUNT' DRAB PIPli
Cheapestind test Plpe In 4110 Inario4l.Lluo• /!9: -
9 , NDALE 0011 INT 'or sale.
B.'s. & C. A. icaoc KETT & co.
Orace 'end Marifeetory-2140 . 10:13E00A.
.dEir Orders by mall promptly attended
no . BUSHELS ' •
EIOTHERN BED WHEAT,
To arrive and to gale by
Ova - • :idcaluur. a &NM.
, r fl3S_ AND MMONS.
HOIADAY PRES E NTS I
ROMAN SILK BOWS.
i-BELOi3I I collarsc
LADIES LICE HANDKERCHIEFS.
Rosesvood Handkerchief and
• Glove foxes.'
WATCH STANDS AND CIGAR CAM,
The finest s and cheapest assterttoent of
WAX AND CHINA DOLLS,
CARTE D VISITE. BASKETS,
LADIES' & GENTS ERWEAR,
LADIES FINE KNIT OPE ROODS,
The 'New ;.• griped dt
WOOI4TAN ' GOODS t Cost.
Pine Embroidered. 1311ppei Patterns. Beautiful
Embroidered Custkinua.. .
MACMIII, GLYEIE Az' CO..
.TB' and : Bla;ket . Street.
MICRO & CIRLISL E,
NO. 19 4Fill AVENUE,
-• "THE itioliffirk. •
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING, •
"GLOVE FITTING,",. COItSETS,AND PAT.
ENT "PANIERr3.I?- •
___ THE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly, embroidered; an elegant street
or Slrat4g Skirt.
RICH RIBBONS FOE BOWS, SCARPS -AND
ROMAN STRIPE AND PLAIDS. ,
SATINS, all shades Ind widths. _ • .
FLOWERS. PLUM ES, HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MARINO UNDER
The richest and latest novelties in GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
-We espeotaßy direct attention to the great exeel-
Tence of the HARRIS SEAMLESS (Rou Ilion) KID
GLOVES" over allothers. and for which we are the
Sole Agents. ii
A complete lln E e
ITETERHIRTs P '
GOODS, and all oth
A ME . }Mt CHRISTMAS!
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS..
'DENNISON &', HEGKEIVIC
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE,
ll i f , v o e d us i t. received large and judiciously assorted
BILBROIDEItrES, LW E gctODS,
Kid Gloves. Handkerchief., Slipper
Patterns. Zephyr Goods. Scarfs
and Gents Fournishing
and Notions generally.'.
g latr a ti f d o i r d selection - Is afforded In special novelties
to whlelt the attention of lady readers Is specially
DENNISON & HECKERT,
Et 9 N 0: 27'FirTH AVENITIC-.
PRICES MARKEDDOWN. DOWN.
•• • •
.. • • . .
BARGAINS IN ALPOST S IIII ITEXING.
REAL REV STITCH. all Viten. RAN - DEER,
CILIEFS. 17e, 19e, Anc and upwards. •
TAPP; 330 ttLEttnirLiNzN Hely DAEIICHEECFS
to 80c.• • .- R. , •
All oar HATS at it
Atl the new IIALMORAL wriNzLi c st rad f„,..
latest styles of Itoor dEIitTS, at the Lowest
Prices In the City.
EPAMNTS* BILRLNO I VIEST and. DRAWEES, 40c
• • ' •
AT EATON'S '
deSNo. 17 Pifth Avenue.
,i-:: . .1 , 0 , 4t ,, f'l%i iti,.' , ";," , `, 1y5 1 ,"..' , e,: 1 f..5';'1 '-,•:,
j3: :i' it ''''s:
i t i : ', ''':', '':',/.; : .. 9
4... %. ; , A I
. . '' l ! . '
ARS SUPERIOR TO ANY OTNELI
OFVERED THIS CITY.
OY9TYR, WATER,' BUTTS% 811GAR130DA,
C.194 : 11.14, IticOTOEI and LEMO RIZOM:4R.
FOr Sale by Every Grocer In. the City.
Datc ery, No. 91 Liberty St.'
DYER AND . SCOURER.
;Co. 8 ST. CLAM STREET
And Nos. 185 and 187 Third Street, ----
PIP'VB!UTfIHH PA.. .
vaGgirs - AND mEAs,uara.
Er B. LION, ~ •
13ester of Weights and illeastiress
701TIITH fREET, '
rh4l , l's TwatHMV iitbnido.l fo.
JOHN - Ornamental Bah
HAIR WORKER ARV PERFUMER, No. 133
third street. nes/Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
Always on hand, agenerAl assortmeut of Ladies'
WIGS, RANDS; ClNtLitt Gentlemen's WIGS, TO.
PEES. SCALPS, iIUARD CHAINS, BRACELETS,
&c. 44 — A good Price In cash will be given for
Lales' aud Gentlest...3ex USIC CVOs *met
sue seam mama& -
WHITING DDS , KB AND ALBUMS
"LE MEIER PERFECTION."
r GENTLRMEN'S . “STAH"
I ERZ, .6 LOVOS, HALF HOSE,
• FOR LOCKWOOD'S PAPER
Met/roan Liberty old YerrY street'
BEB 23, 1868:
A VERY LARUE STOOK,
ra . c 0 :707 adfreree)o.,
IN GOOD ;9TYL4Si
„ WOOD . , STREET.
cr N% ...
0 Z 4
4 . A 5.
PI w 4 p 4
0 . 1:4 sm
1111191 + i ~ i
li i w
zw l 1..,
It FA I
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COLOSIMO OUT SALE Or
J. DL BURCHFIELD &
ATO. - 52 . T$T. CLA.4I3 STREET,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OP • ;
13.1 : 1A - Y . GODS , :
RIMMED to close out before taking stock.
Now ,'is time to get' tioefal
PRESENTS cheap, -
JELk3simi - and GLOVEE3.
OrNo. 168) W 11 •
les. 14treet ' 4 "
niIIitt,MCCANDLEBB & CO.,
v e j (4ate Wilson, Calf& Co.;) •
WROtolril A 1.3, 1 `DEAL/MS IN
FoxeignT.and Domestic : Dry. Goods,
• No. 94 WOOLESTMEET, , ' !
Tatra doot abime Diamond alley; •;, • .• •
•• 1 • • J • • TITITISITSH. PA.
=cottony announces to the public tbat4mtwil
. • - -
On Saturday an d MOndny Nnit i '
Open to the pabllo the'. '
FOR GENYLENSN ONLY: "
It will be hinters:test endeavor to famish his pa.
irons at all times with the.most palatable viands
which the market. or 'the Season affords. The
LIQUOIteI, WINES of•varions dates, ALE. BEER,
etc , Will be their own-recommenualion. _
Orden' for_ One Cooking for Weddings, an d °Met
Pestivals, will, as heretofore,: be - promptly and
obeal e attended to, requesting patrowr,
_ au.zon..p.orpairk or
onzuve DANDI'DB - AND VAIIIMP;
And dealer la all kinds of FRUITS, - NUTS. rick-
Lzs; &Lycra. JELLIES , Id ! - . .
• • r
. • 11 2 v.ICOMIZAL ST.. Allenhenv. '
IArEST COMMON " - -
Machine Stone Works,
• • Northwest corner of West•Ccrnimon, Allegheny,
FREIVE. ATVATER it 00.
Nave on • hand or prepere on .short notice Heatt
and Step Stones, )(Inn for Sidewalks. Brewery
youlLs. , te. Head AIM Tomb BLOM'S. &e.
Orden yr:aptly executed. Mau reasonent
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
OCR ,REGELAR DECEMBER CLEARA.WCZ
SALE is new My inaugurated, at prices tint se.
cure BETTER BAEGAINS THAN EVER RE.
OIL CLOTHS, IVIA7CS,
&c., &c.. •
Good iets or 25 cents a Yard.
We, offer our stock at reduced
prices for a SHOUT TINE before:
commencing 1 to take - stack:.
Now is the time to buy.
BOVARD, ROSE &
21. AVENUE. _
GRAND CUABIN,SSE OF
3F l cDr 40,etsi1,
UNTIL WE TAKE STOCK.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY.
LESS THAN WHOLESALE
We offer FOR A FEW.
WEEKS ONLY our goodssit
large reduotion from regular.
rates, Our stock IS . fall and
complete in - all departments,
and we shall tell the besttpiati
itie4 and styles of Carpet's at
prices atmhich cannotN4
place, them,. giving our`cukl
tomers an quortpity of ob.r
taining Bargains thatma j i
never be offered 'again,: :Thai
special sale will continue
only until the time af takint
our annual inventory cif 'stock
at the end of this month. ,
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