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past thirteen letr.'s there,,:have been one
4 L'^+_ is
lingered and i nve tn.e•-• etgazal u s t "
, Itew yr,rir., the perpetraio, of which
tiavd -not hien discovelia
"jersey people have made a
(=Try, with which they are not pima-.
They find.thatoll, condemned i Pat
delphia as dangerous, escapesconfisca
tionby being taken out of the State, and
as Camden is the nearest town 'outside of
the State, it is taken over and sold there.
—A. revenue agent in Cincinnati, visit
ing a suspected distillery. came upon One
room marked "private," and se curely
locked. A ft er Some little delay he man
aged to effect an entrafice,Only to discov
er a young man on a bed in the worse
stages of the small-pox. The agent did
not stop to confiscate anything.
—A boy in New York concluded to
shoot himself' the other day, and success
fully carried out his conclusion, all be
cause he could find no work and pre
ferred immediate !death E by powder and
ball to prospective starvation. As is usual
in such cases, if he had waited a short
time longer he could have gotten work.
—The Boston Post says : Supervisor ,
Noah, of Tennessee,' reports to Secretary
McCulloch that , ith the sanction of the
Department, he 'can recover several lots
of whisky sunk in the Arkansas and other
rivers, one of which amounts in value to
$40,000. This is watering whisky beyond
the operations of the New Y'rk dis
-The Providence• Journal says of the
pilgrim fathers : "Men like Winthrop
and Dudley prove, on , examination, of
very Moderate calibre. They were de
signed for village deacons rather than for
founders of States. Had not their schemes
speedily fallen to pieces, the experiment
of New England colonizations would
have proved a very paltry affair indeed."
—Chicago has a new idea, it is propds
edto make a'broad drive or boulevard all
round the city, one mile from its limits,
with small parks here and there all
along the road. An idea similar to this
for the Pittsburgh park has
v been pub
lished in the GAZETTE in a letter from a
prominent citizen, and as the Chicago
plan as proposed, is expected top ay for
itself and all the necessary • improve 7
ments, we advise our Councils to get a
copy of the plan and study it before
•oing further in the matter of a park here.
.--Sixty-flife newspapers are publistr.,d,
—Chinese are things and not persons
Barlingeme and his Celestials are
still in Paris,
—Toads are sold in Paris at fifty cents
--London hid more than sixteen hun
dred fires in,1865.
—A velocipede rine hes beenopened
in Providence, R. I.
I. —New York has twenty-one handred
—The mosques of Constantinople are
being lighted with,gas./ I
-The Mayer of Cork is supposed to
'have Fenian proclivities.
, —YesterdaY week New York hid three
fatal kerosene explosions.
—Lady Mary Hamilton is to become
Princess 'Hohenzollern shortly.
—The Grecian bend is by no means as
frequent as it wastrrNew York.
—lt is, said that New Zealanders are
very fond of potted Englishmen.
—The copper production, like the in
fluence, •of Great Britain, is declining.
—Brigham Young has twenty-three
, - ,
-"rives besides fi ft y-one spiritual wives.
—Gen. Burnside declines a re-nomina
lion to hie present office in Rhode Island.
—Tor& light sleigh-rides •are thought
- be very fine things, up in Minnesota.
—Two thousand workmen areemploy
ed in Chicago In the tobaccoManufac
—:The Viceroy of Egypt is educating
one of his sons in Paris and another in
—AMethodist church up in Massachu
setts has been transformed into a veloci
-;-Blister is the new London comic
piper. It ought to become celebrated for
—The New York ~ M ercantile Library
lias nOw 100,000 volumea and an income
-o shoat 1169,000. 1
•=-About one hundred and fifty men
were . discharged from the Pcirtsmouth
Navy Yard last week. i
.—The ROckY Mountain Nara says you
ought to hear the Indians, Indian agents
and sick cues Custer. . ,
The H. t
od Journal has i-
'self as hankering after - more allies' and
less wine at futuie banquets.
—Cmcirmati has more than one hun
dred gentlemen who;have purchased and
learned to ride uponvelocipedes.- ..L
- . 7 --Virhy are the .members' of Bnrling
ime's suite like comets! Because they
are Celestial bodies with (pig) tails.
—From Paris the rumor comes that the
style now - is bows. 'to be fashionable, a
lady's dress must be covered with' them.
-r-It is announced, not Officially, how
ever, that, Miss Mettle Fenton will be the
belle of General , Grant's administration.
=Every copy of the London 2ymei
contains 'shout two hundred thousand
'fiords or as much as a five hundred page
—The old woman in the nursery
rhymes had "ring on her fingers." Our
country, has a gOod many "rings" on its
hands.—Lou. Jour. .
' —Madras' has a tiger which has eaten
200 petiple; he is a tiger of enlightened
views. and makes no distinction on ac
count of color, age or sex.
• —A , Landon physician has discovered
"that. many of his paralytic patiente owe
their ills to the use of hair lotions which
contain carbonate of lead.
) -.There are seventy-nine publishing
~ blishments in. New Jersey. There
e i3 ft
in that - State seventeen daily news
papers, seventy-nine weeklies and three
!-„,—The Catholic Church et Oranze, N.
- 34\ is to be one of the most elegant edi
fices of the kind in this . country. It is
li34r , no 'means finished and heti already
~. Captain General Dulce is:- becoming
very, popular in Cuba, he was received
recently. at the neon theatre at Havana,
'With hearty cheers front the greater part
,of the audience. , ~-
I. =-A. Philadelphia convict opened a hole
the wall of his celi by Playing upon the
mortar with vinegar which he saved from
hii dailyratiow3, and a syringe which he
rude from a tin cup.
' —Max Maretzek is going to give New
York a season of twenty nights of opera
and • has engaged La Grange, Kellogg, .
tates, Brignoli, Hablemann, Orlandini,
Antonnuccl and Hermann as the leading
members of the troupe.
—A royal - officer in Canada recently
gave evidence of his peculiarly English
patriotism by remarking, as he looked
across the St. Lawrence at 'apiece where
it ietwentpone miles wide: "Ah, this
reminds me of the Thamee."
—A gentleman of Houston wag awak
ened by strange sounds the other night,
and going out to his garden found three
neigroes busily engaged, two - in digging
and the third in leading aloud ftom the
:Bible , . - They were after thepirite Lafttte's
—A Massachusetts paper is bold enough
. 4' express . the opinion that the effort now
',- 211afing, tO give women the right ,to vote
relit,, if- successful demoralize the world
*-AOre'llian any event since Eve was in- .
-.Obeid to eat the forbidden fruit ' in the
-. garden of Eden.
—ln spite of the old proverbs murder
mill not always out, and the sun does not
firing everything to light, for during the
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THE SMOKY 'SLAM) DAMS.
Gamins : Several months
ago I had th pleasure of throwing oat
some suggestions, through your paper,
relative to Parks for Pittsburgh and
gheny; being at the time 'ander the im
pression that our •over-worked and sooty
population hadat lastliraked up, to the
apprehension that the whole of life does
not consist in werk, nor the whole of hap
piness in accumulation of dollars.
Among other suggestions for the loca
tion of Parks, was the spot in Allegheny,
lyihg between South avenue and the
river; the land - being at present too - low
for any use, but capable of being easily
filled up to the level of the avenue, and
made a most lovely and attractive spot,
open to the Allegheny and Ohio rivers,
and blessed with the life and excitement
of running waters and pure breezes. The
ground in question has various claimants
at this time, but for the use that I propos- ,
ed, there tis, no doubt but a clear title
could be obtained, readily, and at little
Years ago, when Pauli Lane zfgzaged
along, with as many angles as the House
of Seven grables, some of the lot-owriers
held titles down to low water mark. An
act of the Legislature was afterwards ob
tained to straighten the Lane and change
its name to South avenue, at the same
time giving considerable more length to
the southern end of ,the lots, inside of the
avenue hne. The claimants to low wa
ter then transferred their title to the
ground south of the avenue to the city;
with thehnderstanding, of course, that it
wah•forriVer to remain open to the - river.
That is the position of one portion of the
ground in 4uestion. The other part,
south of that, again, is called an island,
because a little dampness divides it from
the northern portion; having sufficient
water in spots to Make it
a the favotamerite resort.
for geese and ducks, f
That part could doubtless be bought at a
very moderate price for park purposes.
But, lot there is an officer, whose duty
or pleasure it is to nose around, and then
report to the assembled wisdom of the
city, the . existeace of any do
grounds, and to show by what means
they may be made` available for business
purposes. Fall of a desire to serve the
municipality, he - surveys the southern
border, and alights upon the most beauti
ful spet about the two cities,' selected by
the pre se nt occupants because of its love
liness, and owned in almost every case
by him \who occupies. He
b e i he finds
many acres of open space, ored by
the river, and in the most matter-of-fact
style, report`ba Councils that ,a large area
of the - beat ; territory for business purposes
can be securedy the construction of a
series of hideo us dams, in front of their'
premises, to catclkand hold whatever may
come drifting along during high water l
A. series of stagnant, pools, where now
the pure river breezes blow, would then
supply. odors of decemposing vegetable
and animal matter. .Faugh l the thought
of it sickening.
Ho is w
could Hr.— so far forget the
homage due to beantY and health, as to
recommend such a thing? Or, is it indeed
true, as is reported of the scayengers who
clean the London sewers, that men be-
COMO so habituated to the bad\odor, that,
sewers are to them the synagogue of all
that is sweet.
On further consideration, and a recent
view of the grounds, I would say to the
-zealous officer, be patient; the work\ that
you recommended is going on. • Atciht
tances, growing shorter and shortery,are .
stationed the miserable shanties of 'squat,
ters, built upon crazy wooden flats, and'
dotting the space over. Each one of these
dam shanties is gradually, secreting a
large quantity of filth and refuse of all
sorts; and the city of Allegheny will have
the proud distinction of tracing a part Of
its growth to ordure and rottenness, like
the mighty tree ofjhe forest. May it re
main for countless generations to glory in
,that source of its growth. and may it ever
hold in grateful remeterincetir mem
. ory of him of the Dams. " •
• BYLVANtrB URBAN.
JAUARY 2, pm*
„- , ?. , ,. Thefl ust om par Trade. .. .„.. &ma., ... _
~ .viii. le .ofilaillistated that the Russian -- ------4 '" ---1- '1” -:';....,,,,„,,u51emt1icTED...
Artertcan Fur Company , from the rniZ- w ir m " . 7l ‘, --- ' ----,
r f ' - huntersof Alitski4minst, •
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pvicespeld to the ,. ~ .. - _ I
bend percent. - - -. INTrruo 4-41.4 u%
Maize over tineed upOn.
the first cost of the skim The Roam
American Company for. the last fifteen
years kept employed lit their trade friyei 12
to 15 steam sailing vessels, all built or
purchased by themselves. Their - exports
between the years 1842 and 1862 were as
follows : 1,762,122 skins, of various fur.
bearing animals, of whieu 872,894 were of
the far seal, and 808,000 were of the
mink. Besides this,.they exported dup.
ing the same time 6,000 pounds of Castor
eum, 8,207 Wends of Walrus bone, 25,-
797 pieces of Beaver tail, and 40,58 8
pieces of paws. Castoreum is a substance
of strong penetrating smell, of a light
brown or yellowish color when fresh, and
IA a reddish brown when dried. Ii is ob.
tained from two secretory sacs, onein
each groin of the beav r, and is used as a
medicine for its Sapp sed antispasmodic
properties. The Isla ds of St. Paul and
St. Gearge a re aster to he very rich in
seal fur, and the assi ees of the Russian
American Fur Company and other per
sons are in ffashington endeavoring to
obtain the sole
-right of conducting the
fisheries on the Islands of St. Paul and
St. George, and the Aleutian Islands. A
bill introduced into congress , proposes to
limit the number of seals to be killed an
nually on the Island of St. Paulto 75,000,
and upon the Island of St. George, 25,000;
this number, it is stated, can be captured
without exhausting the supply.
Several bills on the Alaska fur trade
are now under the consideration of the
Committee on . Commerce, and it is con?
jectnred that a . law will be pasted divid
ing the islands' into sections, establishing
intervals during which hunting shall not
be allowed in certain sections, and fixing
the'largest number to be taken from each
annually, so as not to exhaust the supply;
prohibiting the useof firearms on the
islands (which scatters and — drives the
seals away if practiced too much), and
forcing a continuance of the old custom
of using spears and arrows; preventing
the sale or intoxicating liquors to the in
habitants, taxing the skins one dollar each
and empowering the Secretary of the
Treasury to dispose of the right to engage
to the traffic at the highest price per an
num obtainable from responsible parties,
for each sectien separately, with a view
of giving the opportunity to all who wish
to engage in the, trade, and cheapen furs
by breaking up the old monopoly and
preventing a new one.—Phila. Ledger.
styles In stationery.
The styles of stationery are elegant and
showy. Monograms, ciphers and initials
are illuminated in medheval lettering, and
invitations are a union of mediaeval and
script. The visiting card is , of smooth
board, unglazed, and nearly square. The
size for ladies is larger than that for gen
tlemen. The saute is engraved . m
script, though English is still admired. If
the - owner of the card has regular recep
tion days,-the'day of the week should be
mentioned.in the left hand corner, under
the name. The custom`of turning down..
corners of a card to denote the purpose of
a visit, gives way to the more estimable
politeness of writing words that snit the
caller on the face of the card. English
expressions of the simplest kind are in the
best taste. The purpose of a call may be
best denoted by the words ' Condolence,
Congnitniation Visit, or To take Leave—
as the case may be.
Fashionable writing paper for ladies'
use is nearly square, firm and substantial,
with delicate tracings and figures. For
;gentlemen, thick English unruled paper
is imported, of the finest finish. Crests
and coats-of-arms, .in single and - part'.
colors, and more distinguished for envel
ope seals and note headings than mono
grams. The - street and number of reid
deuce it§ eagraved on the proper place for
the date on note paper. The names of
country residences are engraved In rustic
A square note sheet is the proper size
for invit a tions; on this the monogram for
weddings should be always white; for
general invitations, fn single or iilumin
ated colors. An oblong envelope suits
this sheet best. Invitations should be
written in the simplest language. Mrs.
—desires the pleasure of ynfir 'com
pany on such an evening, is sufficient,
the time at which dancing begins being
added at the foot of the note; And it is
in good taste to answer or decline an in
vitation as soon as possible, that the hos
tess may know the number of her guests.
Wood cards on thin shavings of veneer
are inclosed with invitations, which occur
on the fifth anniversary of a 'ma.friage.
`The Tin Wedding come*, on, the tenth
anniversary, and is announced by a tin
card. Crystalized cards, are used. for the
fifteenth year, or Crystal . Wedding, An
appropriate present for this. (*colon, by
the way, is a punch bowl; , "serrer and
cups, entirely of mut:poise or pink glass
in the present style. The Silver Wed
ding, twenty-five ',vire' tiftet` marriage,
requires the invitation Ind menegram to
be lettered in sileer. The Golden ' Wed- ,
i ding in gold leaf.—N. ..r. nouns.
A Niw Yonu letter .Ge k the .Boston
Traveller, says: We twain a fair way of
soon having a light that will supersede
coal gas. in every respect.' I' refer to the
magnesium light, which, as an illuminati-
ing,medium, hes been nearly brought to
'Perfection. It has already.gieen intro—
duced here, and its brilliancy • is nightly
radiant from the wind6ws oh some of our
prominent Broadway, store& • Beside the
adjacent gas lights it loomsf.up wonder
fully, rendering the ordinary lights sickly
and dim by comparison. :From exPert
ments already made,
it la esticiiited that
the cost of the oxygennr magnesium light
will be from thirty to forty per cent. less
that the ordinary gas light. -. One Of the
great advantages of the new gas is the
fact that under its brilliancy the delicate
shades of purple, green and blue appear
as brilliant as in the .itill tof day. , A
party of wealthy capitalists light
commenced the construction' of theneces
sary works for the manufacttire of te
new gas, and it will probably be soon
brought into general use.
Anvannerso, says the Pail Mall
Gazette, is certainly making progress.
The burlesques and pantbminres are, fell
of tradesmen's puffs. Atgrury Lane a
well-known - firm of httbe ahem have a
scene to themselves for the exhibition of
their Christmas goods, while Covent Gar
den: introduces a similar display en be
'half \Of a. rival establishment. At the
Polytechnic, a so.called scientific lecture
is donated to the glorification of a push
'ing watchmaker. The attractions of the
South Kerisington Museum are ‘fully pro
claimed bradvertlsement in , the thettri
'car column - of the , Times along with oPuss
in Boots" and "Turko the Terrible." '
AO CRAWS likliZ 1911 rat Arrnicsai,
IZZLITH ABS OBIIILBSD.
♦ItILIA lOS tL
- AT DLL. Scuri+ s.
wtt PENN sTßEress. DOOR /.BONE' NAND.
ALT vrogir wANDAwrzD. CALL AND TX.
AMINE SPE4I3EKENS OF OINDINE VULCAN.
WELDON ai KELLY,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
CIARBO2 4 AND LIIBBICATWG OILS,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
5e99122 13eerven 15th and eth Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TO
We are now prepared to supply
ER. and the .11:ade with our retent
FRUIT CAN TOP.
nls PERFECT, SIMPLE and CHEAP.
. Havins the names Co ver . ' various fruits
upon the radiating from
the center,' 'and an fades or pointer
stampe.d upon the Top of the can. It is
clearly, distinctly and r.RHAHEIT
• LY LABELED by merely placing the
name of the fruit the can contains 011.
posits the pointer and sealing in the
. customary manner.
No preserver of fruit or good
HOUSEKEEPER wm use any other after
once seeing it.
• - Send 25 cents for sample.
139 Second avenue. Pittsburgh.
PIANOS. ORGANS, &O.
—.,---- - -
111 THE BEST AND CHEAP..
B EBT PIANO AND ORGAN. •
Si homacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCROMACZER PIANO combines all the
latest viduable improTements known in the con
structiori of a Int class inecrument. and bu al
ways been awarded the bLit heat premium ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from PO to 4150. (according
to style sad finish.) cheaper than all ?Alms so
called first class Piano.
Inn% COTTAOI( °ROAN
Stands at the bead of ail reed Instruments. in
producing the most perfect pipe quality of tone
of any similar Instrument In the United States.
It is simple and compact in construction. and
not liatilr to get out of order.
CARPENTER% PATENT " VOX RIIIIAICA ,
TRMOLO" is war to be found in this Oros
price grom $lOO to VW. All gearanteed for 5,0
BAB% ICIUMB 4 BURITLEEs
'No. a ST. CLAIR STREET.
PIANOS AND OBGANS--An en
tire new stock of
IMAMS VNBIVALLED PIANOS;
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:
PRINCE & COS ORGANS AND =LODE
-ONB and TREAT, LINSLEY & 00 , 8 011(tANII
.LND 11.1ELODECNS. • i
•.. • • 43 Fifth :venue, Sole Agent.
° Mate cutter with W. Bespenbeide.)
10.153 Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh
VIEW FALL GOODS.
A". 4 &splendid new 'toe& of
CLOTHS, CASS /MERE% te Cs
J im a, *eivea ►if nzaritv stioltim
sell: llearobant Tailor• T 3 Bmithfield . street.
DYEa AND SCOURER,;
- 3. LANCE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
no. 8 BT. cissre. =
And Nos. 186 and 187 Thht Street,
N Ew l
For Haw, Parlors te Chambers,
NOW OPENING. AT
101 Mar St.,near Fifth Aye.,
JOB. R. HUGHES & BRO
iptsitia & Rites rat,
nu= soma issocivilom BUILDINOIS,
'lei* sild4,l3t. Clair Street. Pittsburgh. re.
sktteittibo: given to the designing and
Valiant it omits , 1101(81121 . and PUBLIC
141TILTITNISAL • • •
;owing winos arm Twills,
And dealer In nil kinds of 11/11:1ITIkliirnh PUBL.
SAIJOILB, Jg 1.14039 40.
11. VEDIEBA.L BT.. Allegheny.
SACCO AND CIGARS.
. d W. JMNICINSOPI,
la matrons= and Dellen
TAO/ROI Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, la.
tFo. PIDERAL ST.. ALLZGICIPTY•
.jyB:b36 . '
tart , o or 57:TT: 31.1
apqr B. LYON,
L teatter of Weights and MOM%
No. I FOIJETII S
-, . .
JOSE'S lIORNE /c, CO'S.
IN B ACE, ORANGE AND ALL COLOIDL
PLAID AND STRIPED SATINS. .
BLAC AND COLORED BONET VELVETS ,
BONN T AND NECE, RIBBONS,
HAND :OME SASH RIBBONS,
LACE AND LACE 000 DR.
EMB IDERIES. New design. Anotber lot.
IN STRIPED AND BRAIDED. "'Just recalled.
WOOL AND 1112.114NOUNDFAM EAR, all sir.
'HEWN MERINO AND WOOL
LADIES' PLAIN AHD FANCY WOOL and
FLEECED COTTON HOSE.
WOOL uLOVES AND MITS.
ALEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES,
HANDKER GOu CH IEDS ,FS,
HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS,
"AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
77 and 79 Market Street.
MICRO & CARLISLE,
NO. 19 FIFTII AVENUE,
"THE FAVORITE," "THE POPULAR,"
'7lllt. RECEPTION,' • •
TIIO3IPSON'S TWIN SPRING,
"GLOVE FITTING," CORSETS AND PAT
THE NEW GORED OVERSKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE, " richly embroidered;an elegant street
or Skating Skirt. •
RICH RIBBONS POE BOWS, SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
SATINS, all shades and widths.
_PLDIdn, HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UN
The richest and latest novelties In GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
.We especially direct attention to the great ex
cellence 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"
HOSE,. UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SELLING AGENTS , FOR LOCKWOOD'S
PER GOODS, and all other popular naves. '
ilFetween Ltberty 4114 Nary streets,
THE NEW SIIRT,
MENEM & CELISLB,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Woolen Goods at-a Great Sacrifice.
LARGE STOOK OF YARNS,
In,all Colors and Qualities.
ISD--.HISSES' WOOL HOSIERY.
GENTS' AND YOUTHS' ONE-HALF HOSE
GLOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Ladies' & Gents' Wool 16 Merino Underwear
SINE VARIETY Or EMBROIDERED 1 LACE
Handkerchiefs and Collars.
PAPER COLLARS AND CUFFS
OF EVERY VARIETY, for , Ladles and Gentle
Jobbers will espeelelly dowel to call on us now
is we wish to seU most of our goods before Cora
merming toteke stook.
acurnn, GLYDE & co.,
18 and 80 Market Street.
A NERItY CHRISTMAS
NEW 000DS FORTHE HOLIDAYS.
DENNISON & .11ECKEIT,
NO. 2 7 FIFTH AVENUE, .
Save just received a large and Judiciously sailor
ied stock ut
Sid Gloves, Handkerchief., Slipper
Patterns, Zephyr Goods. Scarfs
• Goods, . •
. generally. - '
A splendid selection is afforded ht special nose
ties suitable for ,
HOLIDAY PRESENTS; .
to which the attention ofiady readers is specially
DENNISON & HECKERT,
B • , NO. 011inirrn AVENUE.
plums MARKED DOWN.
BARGAINS IN ALMOST EVERYTHING.
REAL HEM STITCH, all Linen. HARMER
CHIEFS, no, 19c., 5131 c and upwards. _
TAPE BORDERED LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS 634 c, So to 50c.
All our HATS at one-half renlarprleet.
Ali the new BALMORAL S KIRTS and Brad
ley's latest styles of. HOOP SKIRTS, at the
Lowest Prices In the City.
OENTS' MERINO VEST, and DRAWERS. 40c
10 0,00. • •
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A VERY LARifili STOCK,
IN GOOD . STYLES.
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F DRY GOODS
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY',
MMUS P. MUMPS,
CLOSING OFT BALE OF
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a. N. ittkilriaii .s‘ Ors.
All Wool Grey Twilled Flannel for 3 . 1 wos
Detainee for 110 c. worth 25. • •
Slightly Soiled Biankteta MOO worth MOO..
Waterproof for 01.25 worth 01,50.
for 3134 e. worth ,
Sid utoves tOi 41,50 worth- 62.0 0 .
vataley Btutwlasl3, o o worth 1150. 00 .
Velveteens 2,00 worthisl,ls. • -
Bleached Muslin Ailtio. worth 15., . . •
Unnblesebed Muslin /L2Xo. worth 17..
.A -T COST,
TO CLOSE STOCK. ,
Sr .m.A.Eszr STREET.
Nod 52'SL Clair . Street.
Cheapest and best stock In the elty...No. 52 ST.
CLAUL-near Liberty street. . . • -dillll
a tirte Wilson. par - & eta •
wawa:mix MALE= IN
Foteign pad Doniestitft Goods,
No. 94 WOOD MUM.
TWO dOor alma Insinood
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, aay.
- 1011 - AItTILtN & LABE, No. 124
Smithfield street, titSe, Manufacturers of
arren , s Felt Cement and Gravel Itoodng. bfro
terial for sale, ' , • 1a5:30
IRWIN CiIENT DIAN PIPE.
Chespeat and beat Pipe its tike market. Also,
IiOtirSDALIS IiYDBAITLIO Oi3lllP.liTlgr
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Ocoee and Atanntectory—s4o RIABECOA. BT. s
to egheny. sir Orden by mar promptly ellen.
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