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red chickens, eight hundred bottles of A Spanish Insurrection. .•• 7--..0.„,- LI • - L L a...
champagne and fifteen hundred . bottles of The second day of,the . new year was .;,.....
Bordeaux. • „, * 'a terrible.season in Malaga, the "pearl of TEETH 'EITiaCTED
the Mediterranean." According -to • Re-%
—Up In Wisconsin a little ',.„- , A*l ate forty
percussion caps for breakfast.* She then publican estimates, more than one thou
told her mamma, when an explosion took sand were,killed and wounded on the side
place, not of the capfOut of
of the citizens, while the military lost
feelings. No evil resulted however. seven hundred. The Government 9sti
-Some•Pacific slope speculators pur- mate is much less.. The struggle in the
pose building a huge ice 'house on the cityrr barricades th . m e ( l a e b wa marshalled often
esieu o , atth
SUMbitt of the Nevadss, and supplying
'froni-thence per -Pacific railroad the de- " y pn
e meno s f s
eia A three n
u t ,
mand for the article in Sacramento and ' barricades. We hear of one tiring • upon
San Francisco. the troops from a - window in the Church
with ex teu ;7 0 1 1 1 whirl[
r w e was :n e a t - .
—Some .terrible curiosity hunters, l of the Carmen; of another whose weapon
whon we. should call vandals, if the re lied a u n i d a o ir- g g r il e n ai
spect ble vendals bad done anything to tention of the soldiers was directed against
merit such vile abuse, have stolen several him.. We hear of children ten
chows o h
of the ivory keys from Martha Washing- being
raised 'by their fathers above the,
barricades holding mere toy piecs / which,
ton's harpsichord at Mount Vernon. • however, tll4 managed to discharge at the
—Mary Harris, who some time ago, be- assailants;. We hear of young damsels with
fore murders were such
. common occur-
handscartridge-bo at their waists and pistols
in their the
hear of soldiers ad:
rences, shot a man named Burroughs in
vancing and r shelter of prisoners they
WaSi:ington, and thereby . made quite a had taken, an the bullets of the volunteers
stir; but who was acquitted on the plea of finding their vay to the soldiers' bodice
insanity, has now actually gone mad. through the bodies of their sacrificed
companions , We hear of girls rushing
—Mrs. Mary Kyle Dallas has engaged
.• • •
to for five yesiis exclusively for the forward to clasp the soldiers in their arms,
that their loVers might *dispatch them by
o - w
New York Ledger, for . which she receives stabbing
their, r backs. We
but a the ,
$4,000 a•year: Mrs. Dallas, we believe , - told atrries,
real contest was waged, rather on' the
has written quite a quantity, but what -
threshold, in the passages, and up to',the
her chief works are we are not aware. very roofs of the housesX,After the bar ,
_....... A, — lecturer says, that he assisted in the rica - des were forced,
could the "tesi
uggest, stance was
—Detroit has a velocipede school. post mortem examination of a man who such as despair alOne s
I troops, advancing through the lonely,
-John H. Surratt is*now *in Brazil. died of drunkenness, and, from the cavi
narrow streets, stood now before this,
—Erie has carnations blooming in the ties of whose brain a table -spoonful of
alcohol was collected, which- • - now before that,' house, striving to • force
open air. , turned rap- an entrancere b b
ybattering the doors with
—North Carolina has a normal school idly when touched by a lighted match. 1 e but eds Of their mnakets. All at
once one door would fly open, the bray
for negros. • . - —Chicago, claims to have had a colored
est men would rush in, when a murder
-A. Cincinnati doctor offers a ,reward . woman aged 120 years, who. died last
, ous volley would stretch every one •of
for a, live mad dog. ' ' year:. It is also claimed that this is the them on the ground. •As their followers
—Twenty-six snow storms is what only colored woman in the country who hesitated, beiore the hinderance made
by the heap of ' their fallen corn-
Alaska had in 1865.- - • .. ever attained so great an age without
!fides and the smoke that tilled the
,--- —ln' Brigham-Young-doni murderers claiming to e the nurse of Washhagton. pas.sage, the massive doors would
are shot and not lung. • .• —A French chemist has invented a new fall to again, and a shower •of balls
=Baltimore possesses: at least one way of preparing glass for mirrors. It wouid pour upon them from the windows.
homeopathic horse doctor. • is coated with an exceedingly thin layer Sometimes to house would be carried by
-,Thirty-one thousand is the present of platinum and becomes, Mysteriously,
I storm, but the victorious troops found it
untenanted, the defenders vanithing as
population of 'Kansas City !C by magic to muster in some of the ad
not only a perfect mirror, but - also re-
Mrs. Cady Stanton is said to be quite a mains so transparent that it may still be joining preises. The narrow . district
gentlemanly looking person. used for windows. had thns to m conquered inch by inch,
and when the insurgents were finally
—New Orleans h —Mrs . Samuel Colt has erected a me
as. harvested a very,
• driven to their last strongholds, when
heavy crop of Rebel Generals. . mortal church on her grounds at Hartford, every chance of retreat was cutoff, they
—New Orleans' Chief, of Police acted j in the memory of her husband, and it is . only thought of selling their lives at the
. highest rate, and the soldiers came , upon
as referee in a recent prize fight. • called the "finest church in America."
—ln Northern Canada lumbering is a It is small but gorgeous., and in many re- them with such rabid I'M'S' that no quar
ter was given either to the combatants or
failure this year for want ofspects unique. The lectern, for instance, in some cases, to the women and
—A new Lindell Hotel, to cost 43500,- is
of t gold plate set with carbuncles, and m en, who had.been unable or unwilling
000, is to be put up soonin St. Louis. the tiling an I various other par t s : are j ut _ to be separated from. them. We hear of
• —The Prince of Wales has had- an ported. instances in which, as:in some of the nar
_rowest lanes of the district of Perehel, a
. American bowling alley built:for him. —The women's rights movement seems handful of volunteers held their ground
•,- —Grasshoppers innumerable have to have found its Way to Asia, where an against three hundred soldiers. • Most of
.already appeared in the far north-west. informal meeting took place, which is the wounds were inflicted by the bayonet;
not a few were dealt in cold blood after
2 ' —Minnesota is lighted up every night thus describedthousand wo.
"' the conflict: The greatest number of the
now by Aurora Borealis, free of charge. • men, wives, &c., of the Rajah of Jeypore, dead belong to the most abandoned class
• . ;---Queen Isabella is going to start a pa- lately set upon their gnardian, who was of- society.
per in Paris to• be called the Conseruaidur keeping them too strictly, and beat him
A Curl Cut Off With nu Axe.
Liberal. - most unmercifully. He barely escaped
"Do you sec this lock of hair!" said the
—Four hundred men were .turned out with his life and a broken arm. old man to me.
of employment. by - the burping of the Some one asked us the other day, "'yes, but what. of it? It :s. I snppose,
Altoona shops. • what is there to prevent velocipedes front the curl from, the Lead of a dear child,
—A, velocipedist of Milwaukee bets becoming popular ?' We spoke of cost, Ir ' n g.. 'lnce acme °h r --' avem •''
"It. is not; is a curl of my own hair,
$l,OOO that he can make forty miles an and the difficulty of learn:air, but we and it is now .nearly fie, vent) , ieare since
hour on his machine. glanced down Fifth avenue and saw ode of it was cut fro this head. 1
...Influenza seems to •be epidemic in Mr. Miner's velocipedes coming up street_ ut why do you prize a lock of your
own hair so much?"
Boston. Of course it is the Boston in. with something less than a thousand men
"It bas a story belonging to it, and a
amaze—the beat kind. • - and boys hooting after it, and we point
. strange one. I - keep it thus with cure
—Bishop Persico, of Italy, has deter- ed that out as the greatest objection. Ye- because it speaks to me more of God and
mined to beComean American citizen and locipedes may be convenient, but no geri• His especial care than anything that I pos
live in South Carolina.. tleman cares to be the object of a crowd's 'ge ss. •
"I was a little child of four years old,
----Richmond, Cincinnati _and
,thany attention,.whether they be shown in epi-
with long curly locks, which in sumrai•ri
other provincial towns have been troubled thets or dead cats. Time may make the or wind hung down my cheeks uncovered.
with mad dogs recently. • - principal streets familiar with tlifn; but-the One -day my father went into the woods
.t w o a cut up alieg, • and I went with him. I
'-- —Velocipedentania has broken out very- remote by ways and thoroughfares will
3 standaw a. little way behind, or
vulently in Rome. As yet the Pope has Probably always receive thein with at least • ,
rather at his side ~- t'l • with '
, ,a c ling interesti
not learned to ride one. -- . as much scorn as they vouch-safe to- an the strokes of the heavy axe, as it went I
—The municipal authorities of to equestiienne . who is generally greeted up and came down upon the wood, send- I
, • leg off splinters . with every stroke its all l
lonadd intend to raise a monument to the with some such welcome as
• •I.,ty ~n horrrb wit ran' I yin:a :ieTrn.of `the • ~
Memory of Lord Byron. - Pu. Ler : a baAnt t.il-t-r.nd ii.::- up to Ili av,n. " "50111 C: - fell at my feet, I,
—Berlin has a restaurant in which A. couplet which shows that they wish and I cegerly stooped to pick.them up. I ..,
horse meat is the only flesh diet sold. - It well for the object of their attentions in ' In doing So, 1 stumbled forward, and in I N 8 0',...?? s
a moinen my curly head lay upon the 1 """
• is' cooked in various ways. the end. d but for the present think pack'no•
e n • • - i - log. '1 h d fallen just at the moment ' V - , EW
—Florence, the comedian, a good Irish- up in a basket quite good enough treat- when the ax was coming down with all ..i,-N
man and en unequalled Captain Cuttle, . merit. its force. -
_______ ® • ---,•,..-___ . "It wasOo late to stop the blow. Down '
has gone into the copper business. . Aunexatiou of Hayti. came the fix. 'I screamed, and my father
—Upwards of four thousand horsest. -
- - ---1 Two weeks ago the House Icy a deci- fell to tht ground , in terror. He eould
were killed for foodin Berlinduring 1808. , ' ' - - • not stay t e stroke; and - in the blindness
sire majority, refused to. pass the bill to
The taste for this meat is growing . .extend a protectorate over Hayti and San which the sudden horror caused, lie
thought lie had killed the boy.
—An exchange wants to know when
Domingo. It was supposed this would "We soon recoveredl from my fright
• everybody did not complain of the e ff ec tually end any further attempts in an d he frontl • . - liecaught ale
, his terror. me
• scarcity of money ? We can't tell. is direction; but
foot , wide now anothber
maY. importantProVc to in
foot,. his artiaS and looked at inc from head
• —Frank LeSlie was, in Philadelphia this
delphia mment is 0n 1.4 1 ., find out the deadly wound he
. last - week, and - while there a bought highly
this country. With- -- s ie had
slat thethe • 1 " sure
out asserting positively. civi "N ot , drop of blood or a scat was to
several of Hamilton'S marine landscapes. Pe s • authorities of Hayti and San Domingo h e , seen . , • -
--A great quantity of drift ice has been have made direct proposals to our State "Ile knelt upon the grass and gave
Department to have their island annexed i thanks.
passing over Niagara Falls recently, mak
, to 011, atilt:l:Rates, without any' cost to "Having done so, he took up his ex and
ing • that wonder still more strangely ' • itsaid certain• • its '
the latter, can be that over- found a few hairs upon edge. He
beautiful . . I tures have been made, which, if success- I turned tiie log he had been splitting and
—Dana editor of the Sun, has enjoyed I fully carried out, will produce this result. there was a single curl of his boy's hair,
that he has Thesd propositions were deemed so im- I sharply -tit through and laid upon the
his shower of gold so long
Cunt- • q
, ii . t
( that a spe . cialnieefing of . . s‘ god.
been financially ;able to buy a velocipede P in `' i r t t r i a t ,
.n I oreign Affairs was held On "How great the escape!
which he rides. Saturday, when the matter was fully dis- 1 "It was as if an angel had turned aside
• --Herr Joel, a Jew, has been appointed . cussed, with a view of encouragine any I the edge at the moment when it was de-
Judge at StralSund: , Illisis the first in- formal-proposition. - seending on my head. With renewed
, The Committee decided to report a res- tl • ks u ion his li s he took up the curl
stance on record of a.. 1 ew being called to , ration on Monday,• .- ," ~ I .
.P , . . .
declaring in sub- and went home with me in his arms.
• the Bench in Prus.sia. . I stance that the government Would cheer- 1 "That. lock he kept lilt his'
udays, as a
—A.. badly smelling box at a Buffalo fully accept and yatliy any 'negotiations I memorial of great o•ood fThat
express, marked "to he called for," was
iel:nlitipratg,oiflrieon,lathitiayplTapteitiimavillaputhorities 1 lOck he left me on his ° death-bed."
found to contain a female body with a hating i
in view an intention' to becc l i i i ii n g t.: l ;
• stab over the heart. . port of the territory of the United Suites
—The most recent idea is to buy a lot —[ Washington Dispatch:
of velocipedes and let Custar and his men
• swoop down on the Indians with them,
thus saving horse flesh.
--Some reports say Queen Victoria is a
• ritualist, others aver that she is a Luther
an, some few say they, don't care •what
she is if she will let others alone.
.. —Sorosis have invoked a potent enemy
in the shape of Mrs., Grundy whom it has
resolved to abolish. Let Mrs. G. once
take Sorosis in hand and we pity them.
• —At a recent masked ball held in Vi
enna, two Masks representing Counts
Bismarck and Beust, who walked through
the saloons arm in arm, were arrested by
the police and locked up. •
—At a recent ball at the Tuileries
the guests consumed ten thou Sand
ices, :fifteen hundred glasses of punch, six
thousand of sherbet, four or• five hrld-
Ett gitintrO Gaot.
ON THE SEASIIOIIIE.
I stand on the shore of murmuring:sea.
d ywce, are tile stories It whisners to me:
1 t tells of the anermeu and mkrmaidens t sir
- With their t rigat clear eyes slid Sea green hair, •
And how m‘rrity •
They chase each other under the sea.
And dark aro Its stories and dreadful to tear.
Ili hot rot' and ranger and ship-wreck and fnar;
4'l the dead lit the caves 10 far away
-- • 7 Vint are waiting the last great judgment day:
Th• r they lie
sllkutly, • •
Care laid aside, frtru labor feet._
S' met imes the sed sce meth to eon.
Like a lover wooing eally:
For It catcheth he awl, In lisfi m embrace
And preset. tit. m close to its ancient face
And hes rztti awja
Lt ins bol-tereus play
l traces of r, list was les.erday.
I; SUMMO'LS f s mesrenaers bright th.i waves,
Anil tile ptbble.s ou I's margin caves;
• At its Well neht st
TIIIIV Sink LO t eSt
Do wn-lu the deptas of-its likaving breast.
'When the sea is rongit. I love it well.
With Its leaden hue sad angry swel,:
And 1 wondered wast water•si ill, brave
Dared rouse o d Neptune from the cave,
• Where he lies
NW ith half-shut eyes•
Watching, through water, the distant skies
It retests Its story well;
Better I.} tar I,..atalv.an
It havto.d it O'er
To thonsznes nwre,
to its stlce.ty trurmur or
Hut only ,hose who love the sea
/tan hoar Ito wo.Or-us royvtet V. '
—M. Louis DOpatch
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : TUESDAY, FEBRUA
'DIE Georgia Statesman says that Har
riet Beecher Stowe "has now the effront
ery to solicit patronage for a new paper;
to be called, temptingly-and treacherous•
ly, Hearth and Hoine„of which she is
editress. Is iv - possible 'to stigmati/e too
severely so malignant a foe to humanity
one who, though a woman, has so far
unsexed herself that she can watch, With
the satisfaction of a Mohawk, the writh
tugs of a prostrate and suffering people,
andseek to stab them , as they writhe ?"
The editor of the Savannah. _Nms adds :
"sot content with the 'blood money'
which she has already received for her
Hecate's share in the infernal incantations
of hypocrisy, falsehood and envy - which
first conjured up the demon of discord,
and then let loose the furies of sectional
hatred and fraternal strife, she Is now
seeking to invade our Southern hearths
and homes with her false morality, her
Pernicious, demoralizing and debasing
A. VERY curious story of doubtful a
thenticity is going the rounds of e
press. It is to the effect that among the
recent apppopriations asked for, the Com
mittee_ found one providing for paying
the "Superintendent of the Crypt." As
nobody was aware that there was su th ch a e
thing as a "crypt"connected wi th
Government, still less that it had or need
ed a Superintendent, inquiry `pro made n
and it was found that the apppriatio
had been ; egnlttrly made for the last fifty
years. Further investigation showed
that, soon after Gen. WaShington died,
Congress provided for the construction of
avault under the Capital, to be called the
Crypt, in which his remains were to be
deposited. A light was to be kept burn
ing near it, and it Superintendent ap
pointed to watch it, as lie has
daily for the last fifty years.
Washington's body was not eposited
there, and everybody, Congress idncluded,
forgot that any such thing was in exist
ence. The only memorial that exists to
keep the memory of the affair alive has
been the annual appropriation for the Su
WITHOUT J PAST t
NO CHARGE NAM WHEN ARTIFICLIL
TEETH LEE ORDERER.
A PULL .ET FOR 811.
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
STD PZICN tSTEMET, EripooliAßovs
ALI/WORK WAE I:ANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE EPECIIIEN Ort? GENUINE. VULCAN
E • raVO:ART
WELDON & DiELLT,
Manufacturers and 'Wholesale Destura in
'Lamps, Lanterns, C andeliers,
AND LAMP :CO DS.
Also, CATIBON AND LIISIIIC• TING OILS,
N 0.147 Wood. Street.
se9:u22 Between sth end 6th Avenues
FRUIT CAN TOPS._
• We are now prepared to supply
TIIsiNERSand the Trade with our Patent
FRTJA CAN TOP.
Ills PERFECT, tiIMPL E and CHEAP.
Having the names of the est tr cis fruits
Stampsd upon the Cover, r sting from
the center, and an Index or pointer
. stamped upon the Top of the can. It is
clearly. otqanntly and PLC RMANENT
-1.17 LADELED by merely pacing tha
name of the fruit the can contains oP•
posite the pointer and sealing In the
No preserver of nlit or good
HOUSEKEEPER win use any other after
once seeing it.
send 23 cents for sample.
, COLLINS .Ir. wnwarr,
130 Second avenue. Pittsburgh.
ros. ORGAI~TS, &e.
BUY TIME REST AND CTIEAPts
EST FIANO AND OIi.OKY. •
Selioniack.er's Gold )ledai Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
. The SCH4.)IACKEI: PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements kIIONCII in the CO3,
struction or 3 Ors: class instrument.. and has al-
NI3V:t Peen awarded the hist hest premium el.- 1
tabited. Ita tone to fell. sonorous and sweet. Tne
worXmatiship. for durability and beauty, surpast
all others . . , rs. . l'res fro n t l5O to
, called first class nano.
ESTES'S COTTAgir. OItOAN
Stands at the heal of all feed instruments. In
prognetug tit? moot perfect pipeluallty or tone
of any .diallar iustrument lu the 'ontte.o crates.
It is simple and , coinpact - In construction. • and
I no t itarde to zei out of order.
I•CCAIIVENTEIi. l'A.Tk:t.i'r . " Vtliii: ISUALANA
1 'TREMOLO" he unlv to be fund It tots Oreer .
Price from ,100 to 4550. All gurfrantted for live
BA.RF.I ILliktia ei ill.; !:TYLER,
No. Di ST. t.a.Alit. sTur.r.T.
V - - -
lA:SOS AND ORGANS—An en
tire flew 6to.q. `
KNARE•S ENRIVALLEI) PIANOS;
HAINf.S EROS., MAN
PRINCE CO'S ORG A NS' AND 'MELODE•
ONS and LiNtLEi t co . s ORGANS
43 - Fifth avenue. Sole agent.
AD gl 11111E10
ST. CI AIR STREET.
utter with W. liespenheldeo
A splendid new stock of
8, CASSIMERES, &C.,
eki by HENRI( BIEYEIL
reliant Tailor. 73 N mlthfeld street
PAPER. - REMOVAL
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE
W. P. MARS ALA.
has remoyeil from SI WOOD STREET to
so. 191 IJIBERT1" STREET,
e few doo ( rig above FiT. CLAIR,
WA -LL PAPL'it,
At 107 4arket Sti eet
Near 1 , 1111.1 avenue. To make room Car neW goods
we will bell
FOR THIRTY DAYS
The Block now in store. at privet that will pay
buyers to Inv.. bt. Call and bee.
JOS. R. nimums itk. ORO
..,100 WOOD STREET.
BODEDIAN AND CHINA.
NEW STYL ES,
' DINN I,I3
SMONII 4 :6SETS ,
A large stock - of
SILVER 'PLATED GOODS
Call and examine our goods, and we
feel satisfied no one need tall to be suited.
R. E. BREED St Co.
Y 2, 1869. rt
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
Hoch. s gints—lnte , t , shapes:
ALEN -.NW? Kli,
MEC VOR DUCHESS K D GLOVES:
GEIiIiANTU•` N ‘yool,s,
7.1'111 . RS and KNITTING YARNS
tICAILF and BOW ItillituNS;
TRININIING SATIN S •
llotiti FT VELVET':
CURETS—aI' the .eactlng makes.,
Cotton and 31eiino Hosiery,
FRF.NCII STRlrr.r ) :mil MIXED.
GEMS si.7I'F..It.SIOUT au.l .11.ELUNO RALF
mormasorPs STAR SHIRTS,
Paper Collars and Cuffs,
AT THE •LOWEST .CASH RRICES
MICRO & CARLISLE,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE,
THE NEW SKIRT,
"WINGED zEpirm, -,
"GLOVE FITTING," CORSETS AND PAT
ENT "PANIEP.S. • '
THE NEW GORED OVERSKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE."rlehly emliroldered;an elegant street
or Slmtlng Skirt.
RICH RIBBONS FOR BOWS, SCARFS AND
SASHES. ---^ .
ROMAN STRIPES ANDPLAIDS.
h ATI NS. all shades 'u.l widths.
- ir Li) W ER'S, PLUM Is. HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UN
'1 he richest and latest novelties . In GIMPS,
1 FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
We espeelly d'rect attention to the great ex
cellence of to.; li A.P.RIS :7.ZAMLE:,. CROUILIDO
K. ID GLOVES" over aLI others. and for which we
are the Sole Agents.
A complete tthe Of GENTLEMEN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS. SUS PEN D /.. ItS. G LOVI.S. HALF
I ilO'E. UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
i SELLING AGES I'S I. OR LOCKWooD'S PA
! PER GOODS, and all .other popular Ina'iee.
I LARGE STOOK OF YARNS,
1•7 1 In all Co l ors and Oatalities.
of all descrlptioas
Are In Con taut Receipt of
&c., tees, &c.,
WHICH WE OPYEE
"LE PANIER PERFECTION•"
"'FRE FAVORITE." "THE POPULAR,'
Twimprio's's TWIN SPRING
NO. 19 FIFTH AVENUE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Woolen Good's at a Great Sacrifice.
IDILS' ND HISSES' NVOOL HOSIERY.
CENTS' AND YOUTHS' ONE-HALF HOSE
GLOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Ladies' Cents' Wool & Merino rattan-ear
FINE V.A.RIETY OF E3IIIP.OIDEnED ,L LACE
Ilaudkcrchiefs and Collars.
PAPER COLLARS AND CUFFS
OF EVEI;I7 VARIETY, for LA,IICB and Gentle.-
Jobbers will espectally'do well to call on us now
as we wish to sell most of our votis before cam
meneing to tat e stock.
A.CR,UIfi, GLYDE & CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
ricEs MAREJED DOWN.
BARGAINS LN ALMOST EITRITRLSG.
REAL. HEM STITCH, all Linen. RAN WIER
CHIN FS, 11 , t, 2241 and upwarda.
TArK, i;o itoEhr: LINEN HANDRER.
CHIEFS 6;,4e, tic to 30c.
All mull A Ts:ft trke-hulf regular prices.
All the ne , lIAL)1 0 1tAL aKigTdand Brad
10'5 latest styles of 11001' SKIRTS, at the
LOWePt Prices to the City.
tiENTs , MERINO V k.sT and DRAWERS, 40c
AT EATON'S ,
N 0.17 Fifth Avenue.
SHEETINGS AND BATTING
11OLMES, BELL ta. CO.,
ariction COTTON PAIL
L' I 1 s Ty_tlf;-
Wait facturers of HEA.VI DIEDIUr a dLI
WEIGHTS A - RD IVIEAST-IRES
',linter or Weights and Me,a-nrea,
NO. 5 FOURTH S MEET,
(Between tlbt.,rty mad Perry streets
Oril rrg nroTnnt.lv at Gm Iwt t,
HAIR AND P E RFUMERY.
TOIIN PECK, ORNAI , 4ENTAIL
t i f HAM WOICKER AND VEltFtildElf.. No.
11.11 Third street. netr l' i lttehurgb.
Always on hand, a general assortment 01 La-
NVILIS, BAND'S, CURLS: flantlemen's
T 1 PEES. t3CALrs, (MART) CHAINS.
IiItACELETS.AU- A good Mao in cash
wlil h e oven RAW HAIR.
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A VERY TAP.O . ,E STOCK.
IN GOOD STYLES.
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THEIEGRE F. PHILLIPS,
87' MARKET 22'BEET.
CLOSING OUT SALE, OF
J. M. BURCHFIELD S: CO'S•
No. 52 5.. t. Clair Street.
All Wool prey Twrled Flannel for 37 worth
Dolalnes for :We. worth 25.
Sll,l,lxtly Blaukkets $4,00 Worikso,oo.
Waternrouf for $1,25 worth $1,50.
Poplins for 37'ic, worth 50.
Kid Gloves for 31.,50 worth $21,00.
l'alsley Shawls 413,00 worth 4:10.00. .
Velveteens 2,00 worth $2,75.
Bleached 31.u.i.11n 12.34 c. worth 16.
liunbleactied Muslin 12`=c. worth 17.
Cheapest and best stock In the city. No. 52 ST.
CLAMIt, near .Ltb‘rty street. dew
CARR, MCCANDLESS & CO..
(Late "%Mon, Carr 5c Cu.,)
WIJOLK2ALX DEALER, IN
Foteign and Do . mestie Diy Goods,
No. 91 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley,
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &o.
I.I,IIITMAN LARE, No. 124
'Smithfield street, Foie Manufacturers of
Warret'S Felt Cement and Gravel Booting. 313,-
terlal for sale. 1a5:30
11YDRAULIC CEMENT DIM PIPE,
Cheapest and best ripe in the market. Also,
HYDRAULIC CislLlthiT for sale.
B. B. at C. A. BIWA:MEW At CO.
Ornee and Manufactory-240 REBECCA BT.,
Allegheny. Orders by mail promptly atten.
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