Newspaper Page Text
—General Banks is in New York.
—Boston imports smelts from Canada.
—Paris imports truffles from Piedmont
—Lucy Stone graduated from Oberlin in
=l-Offenbach's latest opera is callad La
—Prussub' - yas 90,000 soldiers and 23,000
sailors. 1 , • '
—Lady Franklin is said to favor w.)man's
r —Ole Bull is to perform in New York
this week. '• '
—Great ,Britain has 20,000 blind in
habitants. • - • f
—Mrs. Grant inte ds to limit the number
of her receptions this season to two or at
—Kate Fisher is in Erie with her Pitts
burgh troupe,: - •
—Cincinnati is trclubled; with counterfeit
street car tickets.
—The sugar crop of Florida has been
doubled this ygar.
—The "burap of ( distructiveness"—a rail
—The Bdston Traveller calls street cars
—Lynehburg, Va.,wishes to have a Na
tional Tobacco Convention.
" —England is . reported to have discarded
Armstrong guns as failures.
—Salt Lake City, travels nearer, it is now
within foUr daps of Chimgo.
—Augustin Daly, the sensation-monger,
is to be married , on Thursday.
—Eleven daily and‘sixteen weekly news
papers are published in London.
!Gen. J. E. Johnson has determined to
honor Savannah by living there.
—Washington. city soup houses are open,
as are,alto the houses of Congress. .
—ptas,ier is writing the life and editing
the correspondence of Lord Palerston.
—,When: does a man's cage 'he in a nut=
shell?. , ,Ntten, he's a Colonel.—Punch.
—Small boys who coast on the streets in
`Concord, N. H., get lotked up and fined.
—Tho port of - Y.enice is to be improved
for eight years at the rate of $250,000 a:year.
—General Grant's son is being _prepared
for ' Hamad ' at Phillips Academy, And=
.—Wolves are very troblesome in Floyd
county. ,:Va. One farmer - has lost eighteen
sheep by them:
—North Carolina has already this year
exported abont one hindredthonsand bash
els of pea-nuts. • •
=-Mrs.• John Wbod, a popular American:
burlet4iYactreas, is salt to have bought
theatre in London. • ,
—Scarlet fever broke' oat in the British
Military Academy. at Woolwich, Eng., and
it had to. bYelosqL
--An American preacher is editor of a
Chinese in that. C i t y whe nce the'
tallest fowli derive their appellation.
. —Some of the villages - , in the neighbor
hood. of ,Cincirmati are vigorously opposing
the proposed consolidation with the city.
—There have been so many fires in
Lynchburg, Virgirda-,.'recently, that Lista
snrance Companies'are refusing Lynchburg
7-A Scientifier'Tract Society has been
suggested as a suitable means for the di'ffct
sion of useful knowledge•among the work
ing people. '
—One Paris actress glisterts in $69,00
worth of dhunonds in one act of aplaY, 'and
in the next is adorned - with 00,000 worth
of turquoises. • ' •_
—Ronconi is understood to, have left the
stage, where as buffo he reigned unrivalled,
and to have settled down in New 7ork as a
- -The Chief Justice has another aaughter,
Mies Nettie Chase who being now "out"
- will do the honors of her fathers house at
Washington this winter. !
_ —A treein West Pliihsielphia, more than
&ohm-mired years Old, fell with a crash the
other day. Ttie r canse Seems to 'have been
old age and decay
—Some one says candy is the only thing
one can get pure in New 'York. And'every
one knows •thtn.-ndultexate4
,candies eau be
much easier gotten than pure ones. •
—The Englishpapere contai n . the juror-,
oration that the recent cyclone in the Bay of
Bengal. has destroied - many buildings at
Akayab and ever y ishlP lir' the harbor.
—Aornall boat on the Ohio at Cincinnati
which was tiaed.iiit a dwelling by .a ratui,aild
his'wife and child, was capsized on Sunday
morning last and the'Woinan was drowned.
—Fox, of the American Theatre,in
adelplda, annontices.that he will distribute
every Wednesday morning, throughout the
winter, two; thousand loaves of , breadio the
-- —Dipping neat napthe - 'and then pro
ducing combustion is it. t very amusing per
formance;.but,it is wrong to make light of a
icreatrive,s sufferings; and so two , little boys '
so went to gaol.
' t —Fishing is prosperous on the north and
• south ohores of Lake Superior. - At this
Season neither barrel's nor salt are required,
' , the fish being allowed to freeze hard, when
'tneY are ready for transportation.
—On New Year's day,,wlien had -:a
r=warm rain, there were heavy snow
- --storms on all 6104 of us, Chicago, But
Philadelphia Boston and - , Montreal . ,
all bad their railroads blocked up'iwith it. •
—Train 4/11:01 Ought to, receive $O5O,
000 damages; for his - imprisonment in Ire.
land.' l :Tiairtle ideas;haVealwol lien large
heretofore, and we,can not, miderstand why
the present estimate is • not ;few millions
—Only three .of
fleet have been loitt this season, but'' thirty
'lives have' been 'lost Nqt.4. theiri.l Seyai
Gloncester fishermen besides :these have
been lost 'overboard, .acid threeperiaked. In a
coasting schooner , .
—Tne Russian army is brd inditrerentiy
prepared fora war With Europe. Although
',.calezedve,eaperimenti are . made in
- ,yespedt•to artillery,, the infantry- are badly
armed. Only a portion of the ::Imperial
Guard has rifled breeeh-loaderj3.
—The London Dolly Nita says that the
improvement in construction, trim and gear
of the "crack English yachts" is;due to the
example of the "America" in 1851.
—The Pope bought a pretty cottage for
the widow of Monti, executed for attempt
ing to blow ap a Zouave barrackin Rome,
setteling it so as to desdend to her infant,
_but she scornfully refused the gift, and then
quitted Rome in disguise.
—An old and successful merchant in Ma
con thought he would try the virtue of ad
vertisingdin 1868. He spent $2,000 in
judiciously varied and freshly written ad- .
advertisements, and tripled his business in
legs than twelve months.
—A. Delmar, the wonderful statistician
and rival of the lightening calculator, has
become very much. Incensed at The New
York Tribune, and has relieied himself a
little by writing a letter to the poOon Post,
in which he says severe thing about the Tri
--IThe railroads in Ireland - will 'probibly
be purchased and run by:the - British Gov
ernmenti as great pressure is now being ex
ercised tO induct? the ,ney Parliament to
carry, out a. recpmmendation ; to , that effect,
submitted a C,OrnMitte 'the last BOuie
—Two French economists are 'said to .be
at work on 'a treatise and theory for Amer--
can' finances. Perhaps those two French
tnen'are not aware that at least twenty mil
lion people in this country have at least as
many theories for managing the country's
—An officer of the British navy states
that from eleven years' observation, six
years in the arctic region and five years in
the north of Scotland, be has ascertained
that tremendous gales follow from twelve to
twenty-four hours after the, appearance of
the aurora borealis..
--James Winters, one of the Philadel
firemen who received a medal some
years ago for rescuing, at his own peril, the
flag floating from the top of the Union-
League House, when that house was set on
fire. was found on fiundhy• burned and
burled in the ruins or the fire on Broad and
Cherry streets, Philadelphia. , '
Iron atm Steel Combined.
A. series of highly interesting experi
ments were tried on Tuesday, at the Daven
port Iron Works, with a view to test the
practicability of manufacturing merchant
bard and other articles consisting of iron and
steel welded together, and als6 to determine
the usethlness of what is known as the
"Stevens Flux," as a welding agent
Although' very little previous preparation
had been made, every experiment made, ex
cept'the first; more than met the most san
guine expectationa of the inventor, Mr: E.
"Wheeler and sane of the officers of the
New England Combination , . Iron and Steel
Manufacturing Company,Colonel Stevens,
John Rice, Esq.; and others.
These experiments establish the following ,
points of general interest',
Fink, that bars;' plates, railroad rails,and
in fact „nearly every article now 'made in;
either ,iron . steel, can be economically'
manufictUred '.'of iron and steel perfeCtly,
welded together in asydiairaMe provrtiou,,
and what is still more important t with the
steel and iron arranged legither in any de
afraW way—that ta .to say, occtiOing any.
desirable' position relatively to each other.
And second, thattle "Stevens Flux" is a
perfect welding agent .
- These conclusions were established by
the severest test of the combination bars, in
one of which the steel in the bar was first
hardened so as to become brittle, And the;
bar . then bent at right angles. The steel
was of course fractured, but remained firm
trunited to the iron, showing that a bar 'of
metal 'could - be formed, one part of "which
was hard as steel can, be made, and the other
as tough the best Of wrought iron, and
yet the two parts as intimately united as if
the: bar were wholly steel or wholly irony
The rolls used for these tests were the com
mon die rolls.—Boston Post. _ '
The , United .Btates Artillery School.
This institution, established at Fortress
Monroe in April, .1868, it is ,reported has
been conducted with marked ability, and
with the most beneficial results. The school
'Nita orgtufized for the pnrpose of instructing.
the young 'ollie:era who are assigned to the,
artillery corps froni West Point, and alio
those appointed from civil life, in ,their
future duties, both practical and theoretical.
It also embraces , the educationof the non
commissioned officers in the various branches
of English• education, as well as. in tho
roughly drilling both officer! and enlisted
men in thit various branches of artillery:,
During ihe summer mOntils the pupils e haVe
been busily engaged in the different drills,'
bettiof light and heavy artillery—Mountlng
and disdionnting heavy ordnance,. building
batteries, 'platforms = and ' , other structures::
Partieular attention has' been paid to the ,
inorniting and drill of heavy sea coast guns
and Mortars, and the &tips now stationed
here'lire, itis aseeited, the most proficient in
thia - braniii of anyln the' service Inkin
jolatform; the ontWorks 'the fogt; fins
been erected a, laboratOry,fo the nnumfac,
tura of artillery ammunition and pyrotech
nics,in which both officers and non-com- ,
missioned officers are thoroughly instructed.
Daring the winter months the studies are
confined to: theoretical artillery, engineering
and everything ,which is neceesary, for an
Artillery officer to inderstind in connecti on
With that branch of the ; -service. — These
branches are taught witivas much strictness
as they are at West - Point: • Recitations are
heard everyday from 9 o'clock- Li. , ll.•until
1 o'clock r. m., and- a new lessen:lot - the
following day is furnished .by the instruct
',tom. On November 15th the •semi.annual
-examination of the officers of the school
was heldi and it is reported the [result was
highly creditable. • • -
SOAP Gnownto ON' Trtuns.—Boap berries
are to be . found in immense quantities
throughout , Alaska. • They grow .on a knish
about the same in appearance as whortleber
ries.- When ripe they are red,Cf a juletand
quinine taste, and generally One
' qUart'taken and placed in a tub the' size of a
bushel,.when stirred, will completely fill the
tab' with froth, and the' more , it Is stirred
- with the naked hand and arni - the stiffer it
becaniet, until fort can cut it with:tt 'knife.
It is eaten with horn or wooden Spoons,
the family aiding• around' thettibs. 'lt is un
doubtedly an amdred•taste, but the,einn
modity is much sought for. The froth isf.of
'a bCautiful pink color.. 'Green berrieUl*lll
'make nearly the same amount of frotli but
is of a white cdlofand ienot so highly fla
vored: :Foreignersstir it with portor sherry
wines; end 'add sugai; in which emit lit! IS a
delicious luxury. Large quantities are dried,
by being placed in -.
a tub with their , leaves,
forming a cake, Which is.placed 'on wicker
tables, with lighted fires tinder and the sun
overhead. When driadthey Will keep in a
dry place for,come.lears. The dried ber
ries are black and - look dirty. A , 'piecci - two
Inches square," beaten in a water -pool,-will
fili fall of froth of dark pink dolor.
PITTSBURGH GAZI✓TTE'is WtIiI•ZESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1869.
- ..,„..-7.:D/WI'I'ISTRY , .. -
TEETH ARE ORDERED.
NO gamma mame mum ARTMMT,..
ATOLL BET TOR as,
AT DR. soorra
RIR BRYN STREET. ED DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTEA._SA;4. AND =-
km:um erzczaucsa OF trA,v tabz 3att.cAN
WELDON & KELLY,
Kimutaeturers and ( Wholesale Deslen In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBONI AND LUBRICATING GELB,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
: f/Betwein bth and elth Avenues.
PIANOS. R e ANS,' &O.
BY THE BEST , AND CHEAP.
EST PIANO AND .ORGAN. . ,
Sao — mack . er'i Gott Medal , , Piano,
AND EST VS COTTAGE ORGAN.'
The SCROMA KER. 0 combines all the
latest valuable • provem! * known in the con
'traction of a I class ins eat. and has always
been awarded th highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone full. sonorous and sweet. Tne
workmanship. lb durability ' and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from ORO to $l5O. (*.wording to
style and finish,) cheaper than all ether so-P. nee
that class Plano. ,
. . EsTirrn3 COTTAOR ORGAN 1
Stands it OW bead of all reed Instruments. In pro.
clueing the most perfect pipe Quality of tone of any
similar instrument in the UnIW Stites. It la aim,.
pie and compact In construction, and not liable to
get ont of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT '• irOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Orr= .
Price from 000 to $550. All guaranteed for live
- BAER, NNAKE & BUETTLEI4 .
No. isik ST. CLAIR STREET.
PIANOS AND ORGANS- - -An
sL new sto . .k .•
. SNARE'S UNRIVALLED rießos;
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS: •
PRINCE & CO'S ORGANS AND MELODEONS
and TREAT, LINSLEY & COI ORGANS AND
deb. 43 PIM avenue. Sole Agent.
RIM): Pratt4:4l Cook,
etfully announces to 'the public that hew!!
On Saturday and Monday Nuts
Open to the public the
DE LPSON ICCI RESTAURANT,
FOB GENTLEMEN ONLY.
It will he t his earnest endeavor to tarnish his ps...
Irons at all times with the most palatable viands:
which the market or the season affords. The
LIQUORS,' 'WINES of various dates ALE, BEER,
ete.,will be their own reoommential ion.
Orders for one Cooking for Weddings, and othert
Festivals, will, . ' as heretofore, ba ,proniptly and'
cheaply atttnded to, requesting patronage. •
- . U. RAM.
And 'dealer in all kinds of FRUITR, RUTS PICK•
LW. SAUCED. J&LLEIS, fte.,'
see uA 4SDERAL wr., Allegheny.
MER = T TAILORS..
41 . (Late Cutter with W. Heapenbetde,)
No. 53 Smtthileld Street, F'lttaborgh.
NEW FALL GOODS.
'A splendid new stock of
• : =,c.euissianaums o sto.
Jut reeelted '
by. MOM( MUNE.
/sear iterebent Tailor. Tl 3 Smithfield street.
TH s tf r ilif i lLT con-
BUITOMOLE . OMISEARIN6I
AND SEWING MACE..
ric HAS 80. kgVAAL
, . .
HMO ABSOLUTELY THE BEST TAXILT
WA l: l l7lVilaiLWlE w *RiTiff.
sapAsvais wanted .to seU this itiebine.
V. SI3AMAILLIZSIt o
• stmt to Western P__en Wants.
Oosn er FIFT H ;AWL= STESETIS, over
Bathardson , sJervrelre 5tare.. .:. .:•64
For Halle, Pqrlors andlehatniws,'
", • Now OPENING AT
107 Market '144 near Fifth Are.,
DYER AND ,800 • A'
igo. a Err.' CLAY i errazorir
Ahd No 186 aid 181 1111 rd Eared,
- • PITTWBUB6II,
•• COAL AND COKE.
COAL! COAL!! COALS!! •
L , • DICKSON STEWART & CO'
Having :amerced their Moe to ;
NO, 507.r.1133Elitrili" 81[10.343Errt
(Lately City Motu' 2411)113(102;(1) ZLOOB.
eore mrs_r_reperel / tefamish good IrgliElfi:1011113!
NT LIMY. cum,. Olt eLa.(7B, at the lowest
•morket Price. ;
A.U. orders left at their. °Moe, or addressed to
. thetathrough the mall. wIU he attended to promptly.
;TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
-1 43 d 73. fir o so. ITENzetiihrsors„
145n1111140114501 and Dealin
Sntsl4 - Clgikrs, pipes, &e„,
F: 6 113:11101.116L A.Z.L.1101 G.llllr
, 4• ,
1 3 out &Itroseit,..• . .
_ . ... . . ...
.., ~ ~•-; ,sa x ica i rimic?re,
ittr# Hoist 'AlstiowizoN ams4Dlies,,Nos.
:s aid* 'a. par Street, Pittsinulit, Ps. , Special
attention Oren 'to the designing and building td
VOITSTSCIVSES and PUBLIC ArITIXINGS.
TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS.
JOSEPH BORNE & CO.
RECIEMID -DAILY, •
BIRD'S NEST VELVET HAT?,'
- HAT AotD BONNETVRAMRS.
ZEPHYR AND KNITTING YARNS.
BLACK gird ORANGE SATINS,
TRIMMING SAT, NS, ALL SHADES.
SASII AND BOW RIBRONd,
AND BLACK SATIN RIBBuNS, all widths.
BLEXANDRE'S HID GLOVES.
In Wbite, Opera, and, Dark. Fur Topped Kid
Gloves. Wool /alas and Gloves, ;Ribbed Fancy and
POCKET 1 'OES.
.CALF wALLETS, &e
STILT. FURTHER 133DUOTION13 IN
HOOP SHIRTS A Ni) CORSETS
77 AND 79 MARKET-STREET
11 AT GREATL Y
ONE MORE CASE OF FINE
STRIPED FELT SKIRTS
=CASHMERE SCARFS, in all colors.
IiIoOLEN 'HOSIERY at very low prices.
LADIES A. GENTS FINE FIIR•TOPPED GLOVES.
A largo variety of
Woolen Hoods, Shawl's and, Children's
Sacqnes, Ladles Hemstitched Embroi.
dered and Lace Handkerchiefs,
Gents Silk Handkerchief's, '
In all styles.
PAFRR,COLLABS AND CUFFS,
WOOLEN MITTS AND WRISTLETS.
PlaCrllLtriffi GLITIOE & CO.,
TS 'find SO Market Stkeet .
NO. 19 FIFTH AVENUE,
THE. NEW SKIRT;
"LZ'PANIZE rzarzenox. , .
, •TH M FAVORITE." "THZ POPULAR,'
THO?dPBON'S TWIN SPRING,
"GLOVE HUTU: 0, " CORSETS AND PAT
ENT ••.p.A NIE RS. •
THE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE,
HELENE," richly embroidered; an elegant street
or Skating Skirt.
RICH (RIBBONS FOR BOWS, SCARFS AND
BOHAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
SATINS, all shades Ind widths.
FLOWERS. PLUMES, HATS AND somraTs.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
The A richest end latest novelties In GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
We escially direct attention to the great excel.
lence °lit pe he HARRIS SEAMLESSIRouiIIonI KID
GLOVES" over all others, and for villa we are the
A complete line of GENTLEMEN'S "STAB"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SELLING AGENTS FOR LOCKWOOD'S,APER
000.08, 1- and all other popular makes.,
IHRVAI & CHLISLE,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE.
A MERRY CHRIS TMAS
NEW [GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
DENNISON & -HECKERT,
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE s
Riziglig received a large and indlcionaly assorted
''EMBROIDERIES, - LACE GOODS,
Tr I UNIT NGS, • HOSIERY,
Kid Glove.. Illandkerebtets, Slipper
Petierns. Zepbyr Goods. BearXe
11 sad - lilepje FunOloblag
and Notions gaiterallv.
Asp !election le afforded la ineetalnCrielues
to which the 'atteittioir of lady readers is spedslly
DENNISON 'B4 HECKERT,.
. deB ' 180. 517 FIFTH AVENUE.
PRICES' MARKED DOWN.
BAROAIRS EN ALMOST ETERITHING.
- REAL HEM STITCH, ell Linen. HANDKEZ.
7 1, %Mc u_pwer_ds.
TAPD LINEN HAADKERCHIEPS
Bs(c., So te_6oc. • • • • •
All our HATS at one half regularprices.. -
All the new BALMORAL t311.141,T8 and. Bradley's
'latest styles of HOOP SHIRTS, et the Lowest
Prices in the City. - - • .
RENTS' MERINO VEST and DRAWERSII4OO
No; 17:-, - Fi ft h A**hue,
.• • • • •
AMERICAN ,BILLLIRD TABLES'
llndloutably the best In use Nrornasolia
mENTs, Patented - NOV. etith, , 1.867, and April
1i1t,1888., Everything relating, to buttarda ortze
best qualityand 'lowest prices stymy, on band. ,
• Our NEW CAE TRIMMER, Patented May - !RI!.
-nag, Price 1151.110—5, great success. • • = • •
Ulustratedprice lieu cant on application. Address
63, 65, 61 and 60 CROSBY Br., Now Tork ,
A VERY LARGE STM,
IN GOOD STYLES.
_, gi w 1
0., 0 1 on
0 _gP - i
4 A (
SI 0 cr, E ,
Li iii t 4
1 . :
, z &I '. 2
g a . . . -
..... 111 .Ca
14 _ 2 '
, 0,1r4 iWI
01 i it ,.., ra ,
i. p. v .. z
:.. 1 E
0 ',. g
A , ri
4 1 i 1 1 4
FOR iTHIRTY DAIS ONLY,
TO C L OSE ,sToeme.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS,
—. . •
CLOSING OUT BAL E OF
rn, - Y 413-420131 S
- .• • •
J. IL BURCHFIELD
52 : 51'.. CLAM STREET ,
All Wool Grey Twilled . Flannel for 37 worth 63c,
BeWoes for 110 c. worth 35. • .
Slightly Soiled Blankkets $4,00 worth PAO.
Waternroof for $1,35 worth 41,50. 1 .
POlies for 373ic, worth 50. .
Hid Gloves for $1,50 worth $B.OO.
Paisley Shawls4l3.oo . worths3o.oo., . .
Velveteens .2,00 worth $3,45,
Bleached "Scalia worth le.
trunbleached Nadia Lsl3(c. worth 17.
Cheapest and best stock In the city. No. 52 ST
CLAM. near Liberty street. dew
r t . SCWITCTSC;
Na. 168 Wylie Street. jig
(141114 DIe,CANDLEStiI &CO N
Vi (LateW llsun ,Can & Ohl)
rioXis 44l 4fl Tk T Elf • •
TOtel ; ' a n dDomestic Dry, 0006,
, Nce. 94 WOOD STBIET. • _
Third door IDOIO TiitzlzOila Wel, •
... ; .. camas
VGE 7 RL S IF: &-C
tarax. ft LE
Giro. . oltub. •
• • ratenvAL.tirruouiLaPirines:'
The only Steam . Lithographic Ea tablialiment Weed
of the Noutitaini. Boldness Lards, Letter newts,
Bonds, I d abel", Girt ulan„; Show Carde r Diplomas.
Portraits, 'V taw', CArtidentes , of Deposita, Inidtit
tier' Cana", .ao.• • Ili and *7* 714rd:street,
r'tif our; • -
ETS AND . OIL CLOTHS
OBE REGULAR DYCEMBER CLEARAWC:
BALE iVr inaugurated . at reces that
care BE. BARGAINS THAN JIVER BE
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINCB
&el, Be., &C.,
Good Carpets for 25 cents a Yard
23 Fifth Street.
, •, =
, 1 , - , ,- -4);ii.ill
g .. 10$'01
• .‘T vrf.,:f
GRAND CLEARING SALE OF°
• • Cd&AJEUE 2 M I X I B le g n
UNTIL WE TAKE STOCK
rtIOI3I:TerrICON . !
We offer'ohr stock= at redaek
prices for a SHORT TIME beforf
commencing to take stock
Now,is the ; time to buy.• • -
BOVARD, ROSE & co„
21 FIFTH AVENUE. -
Monday, Tuesday . and Tednes4ay,
4th, sth and 6th:.
MORNING, AFTERNOON & EVENING,
MASONIC HALL AUCTION ROOMS
55 and 57
Boots and Shoes,
White and Brown Blitiltets.
Cassiinens. Jeans, Flannels,
Coverlets, Clothing, Merinos,
Delaines, Table Linea, Checks,
Gloves, Wool and Merino Mo•
Sale commences' IiONDAY tiiORNING, 4,10
o'clock. and will be continued Tun !MAY 'and
WEDIiShDAY. The entire consignment must and
will. be sold without any reservation.
The special attention of deslere,as well as the pub.
De generally, 1s called to this very attractive sale.
H. B. ,SIVIITHSON:& CO..
ja4 . AUCTIONEERS.
I nave received my stocithf Skates for the sesso
of 'GS and '69, comprising every style known to , the
trade, at prices ranging FROM 50 CENTS PR4
PAIR UP TO Ott. My stock embraces a SWIIIIIO.OI
Ladies' and 'Gentlemen's Skates. New lock
American Rink, 'Biondi:Qs Annie Supporter, our La.
dies" and Genti , Clipper, Philadelphia and BoetPla
C1113,-Empire and Vulcan, together with a lane as;
iortmeitOfmedirit priced Skates for Boys,
pffer it exceediigly low pric:es. I invite all in want
or'Skitei to calla tbe convinced that 13611j 00D
STR,ICP,T, lathe place„to hay Skates.
/kir sale wholesale - and retail by •''
• .1 , 10. 186 WOOD , STREET, PITTBBI3IBIII.
na2o:Tr • * •
'PREEPs still condones to lUI all city Aral:oll4r
FRESH WHITE LAKE-FISH. SALMON AND BASS
' send to No. 45 DIAMOND MAIM= lltt
burgh, Or ble old well known TWIN 017 r
Alleahen • market • • oat,-
PEARL ASH-50 casks No. Fig'
store and far sale by '
.13914 D. CANFIELD &
'0'4!:.MEk..00,* . t1,-:...; . ,'