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Now Spring returns but not to me returns
The versa! joy my better years have known ;
Dim 'xi my breas life's r ying taper burns.
And ali the joys of life with health are flown
Etattrtill - and alilv'rick in th'lnecnistant wind
Meagre and pale, the ghost of wht I was,
Beneath some !lasted tree I lie :eeit'd,
And count the silent moment s as they pass.
The hued armee ts, whose onstaYing speed
No ar, etanatop or in their course arrest;
'hose night than shot. lycount me with the dead,
And lay roe down in peace with them that rest.
Oft morning dreams presage approanh'ng fate:
And moralise dreams, as poet's tell, are true;
Led by hale ah es.. 1 enter Death's dark gate,
And bid the realms of light and life adieu:
h ear - the helpless wail. the shriek of woe;
I see the 'nudely o are, the dreary shore,
The sluggish streams that blowly oreeo below.
Whim mortals visit and return no more.
Yammer, ye bloomieg Erldril ye cheerful plaint!
Enough for me the etraretiVarire lonely mound,
Where melancholy with stillallence teigne.
And the rang grass sra.yes o'er the cheerless
There let me wander. at tt e Close of eve,
.• Whet e sleep site dewy on the laborer's eyes.
Thp world' nd all Its bnEy follies leave
And talk with wisdom where pir Daphnia Iles.
There let me sleep, forgOtten. In the clay.
When death shall shot these weary,sehingeves,
Best In the hones of nu eternal day,
Till the long night is gone, and the last morn
--Boston has a full crop of ice.
—Queen Isabella is going to Rome.
-The Richings opera troupe is in Bos
San Francisco will revive its Vigilance
—Joe Van Winkson plays Rip Jeffer
cle to-night. •
• —Robbins sell for fifteen , cents each in
Lynchburg, Va. •
—Brougham says his burlesque isn't a
hit at Stewart at all:
-Nasby and Hans Kreitman were a
the inanguratiop together.
=Fisk has bought John Brougham's
htterest in his new theatre. •
- =-Stilts' have come into fashion in Har
risburg as rivals of the velocipede.
.—Japan has recalled. all of the lyonng
ellowi she sent out to foreign ports.
'.--Hot•honse 'atrawbenies, cucumbers
and tomatoes are on sale in New Yok.
—Turnip Seed ls the name' - of a 'Geor
gia Legislator. He onghttabe planted.
An English tragedienne s munedlitar
riott, is coming to America to play Ha . m.
-The four-wheeled velocipede is much
more popular than the bicycle now in .
—ln. Cheyenne babies are bartered for
- whisky, a dollar's worth of corn juiee
-paying for one.
—The furniture of the boudoir bed.'
room and dressing-room of the Queen cf
Spain cost $60,000.
—A New york surgeon denpunces vle
locipedes, asserting that the exercise nec
essary to propel them is-unhealthy. •
—Twenty-seven thousand dollars a
year is the neat income derived from his
effice by the collector of the port of New
—Count von Bismarck, procureur
General and nephew of the Premier, has
' married a daughter of. a pastry cook of
—Carrie Moore, the self-styled skato
rial queen, has been astonishing Boston
recently by riding a bicycle through the
—A:New Orleans journal says Jeffers'
son Davis has no disease of the heart, and
never had better health to enjoy - than at
• Tuder, Historian' and Pro
fessor in William's and. Mary's Colleses,
1e proprietor of an inn at St. Catharines,
—Wilkie Collins calls the Woman's
sights movement giving men's work to
poor women, and letting men shift for
—We. see by the Roston Taperi that
Jauatischeck is in New Orleans; what we
have kutd here is, we suppose, merely her'
. .Dopielgaelager. . -
Mali Gazette• blames Mr.
Thornton for the failure of the Alabama
negptiatious and wants Mr.-John Bright
sent here'on a special mission. _ -
-Chicago has come down to one horse
- street cars, such as were in use 'on some
ot,tile roads hero years and years*
when Chicaio was a mere infant.
-At York, recently, a youth of over
"Sixty and a maiden` f more than a hen
, dred imminent, both colored, were united
•i n merit*, "nftir a courtship of one day.
.—Chinese are sueeesafully cultivating
tea in Tennessee. The day may tome
4. yet when Tenesee will be preferred to
Bohea and Young - Jones to Old Hyson.
: —.Sens* the professional *le of the
suiting gymnasts who. were here not
long ago, Is merely-a transpesition of
zones, which i s :the , real mune of the
• scrol?ateL • - •
'the - Soho) , lkill
.44.ven furnace are Stringing to. mann
faetnro iron' directly - from. the Ore: An
expeint:Made' recent* Was entirel y
•d. powerftllatetykAW nal, weighing
twelve tOniVand mounted on wheels, has
been Imilt-at Worcester; Maseachrtette,
Vibe moved abotit fhe country where4er
• 4 11 ;
Eitunor:SeTe t l 4 et;24rt GnelVe.next
reception, Mr. Mculurei. of Pennsylrii
' ids, will , be introdneedby , the President
to Itessie Stuart and " 80 - tie 'et:l4e' Key
stOne 0.0 111 . • , . ,
--The Boston Post WalitEr., the : veloci-j
Pede schoole of that city to apply m the
Legislature for apPropriationts .beeeeee
nearly all the other schools in the State
hate - done By
--"Well, rve :.:dug- my cellar," :re
=irked Quilp to his friend. "Yon I why
„you're not going •to build a. house ?"
t - %:i;
"0, yes; I've started lon. home over
—A man in England ''hcaped coals of
fire" on his hearth, and with deliberation
sat down on them. He revelled in , this
luxury until he was quite consumed. He
is supposed to have been mad.
—Those saddest of all words, "it
might have been," are appreciated by the
nine thousand nine hundred and ninety
men who expected to be in Grant's Cabi
net, but whose appointments failed to
reach them. - .
—The twenty-three remaining veterans
of the war of 1812, residing in New
York, the youngest of whom is seventy
two years old, live in garrets, almshouses,
and one . in the cabin of an old canal
boat, in abject want.
—Anna Dickinson has conquered the
admiration and everlasting fealty of Des
Moines and Mount Pleasant, by hiring a
locomotive for $lOO, on which she anm-
Misted the distance between the two
places and lectured at the latter place for
—The Chicago Post animadverts against
a pious action of Senator Scott, on the
supposition that he is a Democrat; The
Post should know a little about politics
before it meddles with them. Mr. Scott
was elected not long ago by the Republi
can Legislatttre of this State.
—Mr. Peter Cooper has given $20,000
to the Cooper Institute to puithase a com
plete set of mechanical models illustrat
ing every form in which power can be
applied to machinery. The models will
be piocured in Germany, and will be
about two thousand in number.
Valuable iron ore has been discover
ed in the neighborhood of Chicago, Le
banon county, Kentucky. One gentle
man in that vicinity has sold the ore on
his farm at eight cents per ton, the pur
chasers removing it at thele own expense.
The ore is said to be of excellent quality.
—Dr. John L. Finlayson, clerk of the
Jackson county (Florida) Circuit Court,
was shot" from behind a tree, by an un
known assassin, last Friday, and killed
instantly. Major J. W. Purmen, who
was walking with Dr. Finlayson"at the
time, was also badly wounded, and lies
in a critical condition.
The Christian GenUeman.
A Anode= *titer thus describes the
Hp . is above a mean thing. He cannot
stoop,to a mean fraud. He invades no
smnst in' the keeping of another; he be
tniyalmsecrets confided to hiaownheep
ing. 'He never struts, in borrowed plum
age.:-..--Xttnever takes selfish advantage of
our mistakes. He uses no ignoble weap
smut in controversy. He never stabs in
the dark. He is ashamed of inuendos.
He is not one thing to a mans face and
another behind his back. If by accident.
hecontesitn possession of his neighbor's
counsels, he passes upon them, an act of
instant oblivion, He bears sealed pack
a,ges without tampering with the wax.
Papers not moant for his eye, whether
they flutter at his window or lie open be-
fore him in unguarded exposure, are sa
cred to him. He invades. no 'privacy of
others, however the sentry sleeps. Bolts
and bars, locks and keys, hedges and
els, bonds and securities, notice to tress
passers, are none of them fOrihim. He
may be trusted himself out of sight, near
the thinnest partition, anywhere, He"
buys no offices, he sells none, intrigues
for none. He,would rather fail of rights
than win - them through dishonor. He
will eat honest bread. He tramples on
no sensitive feeling.. He insults no man.
If he have rebuke for another he is
straightforward, open, manly. He cannot
descend to scurrility. In short, whatever
he judges honorable he practices toward
every man. .
A “Small Sin" Among Women.
One of our small sins is our small jeal
ousy of each other. It is wrong to say
t• at women cannot be friends together;
we can—true, firm. enduring friends;
but we doubt it any young woman's
friendship ever existed free from jealousy.
If we are not jealous about men we .are
about women, • and guard our • rights
against &vision with the vigilance of a
house-dog guarding his domain. No man
can understand the unresisting pettiness
. of jealousy that exists between woman,
friends; no man knows it for his own
part. and no man would submit to it from
his friend. But we accept it patiently,
knowing where the shoe pinches from
the shape of our own feet. As wives and
lovers we are perhaps the most exclusive
and the the most jealous women in the
world. There is scarcely a woman in
England who would allow her husband
to admire any other woman, or to make
any other a friend, * or
_to show frank
pleasure in her society. There, would be
pouting, or tears, or tantrums, according
to individual disposition, and the whole
harmony of the•• household would be
swept by the board; the Practical upshot
of which is that men make friends ouhdde
their homes, unknown to their respective
Juno's.. This cluusgestlur comPleilon of the
whole affair, and makes what wOuld baTe
been only a friendship, if it could, haVa
been frankly acknowledged, an intrigue
WE ARE crsy in doctor's hands, and
look upon the dicta of the , profession with
tractableneo. .It is a little startling,
though, to note the physicians and sur r
geons of London divided into two bodies
as to the treatment of so unions a corn.
plaint. as' rite do fever. Twice has
this sica l ubject been debate' by • the Royal
Med and chirurgleil Society, and the
real question at issue was, whether, on •
the whole, to treat this &tumoral and
painful disease, or to leave it alone, -The
eupheuistic expression for the latter course
-is • "to give mint water.' l : The work
which seems-most successful!' that .of the
• nurse rather than that of the doctor. • At
one of the,principal London haspitals the
'chief points are: 1, Absolute rest in bed,
insured by. swathing the legs and arms in
cotton wool, and by supporting . the -feet
by pillows,. so as to relieve the itom,ents
from their, weight. 2. The removal of
the_pressure of the bed.clothes by *cradle.
$. "The removal of local pain by smearing
the affected joints with - belladenna
ment, sometimes strengthened by robbing
down thf.a. ct In it. The .Lanced •is
shockOthis simplicity, but suggests
nothl 'lts stead.
PITTSBNIIG,EL- GAZETTE :
An Old Maid's Views.
Some one who avows herself an "old
maid takes a very cheerful and salisfacto
xy view of her social situation in the Troy
Times. Her views will be of interest to
It always astonishes me, when I take a
realizing sense of the fact that I am an
old maid ! Why, you'll scareerybtlieve
it when I confess that _I once had lovers
by the legion, and - offers were as numer
ous as flirtations are now-a-days. I wee, -
always in love. I don't remember the
time when had not some Willie or
Frank to dream about, and write love let
ters to. and as I donned my long dresses,
some handaome Charles Augustus was
sure to keep my thoughts employed until
another with greater fascinations superse
ded him. You need not imaginer regret
them now. No, indeed !. My life is a
pleasant one. No one annoys me. No
husband flirts with other men's wives
or young girls, breaking my ~heart.
No husband calla me "my lore' ,in com
pany and "old brute" at homel He
does not growl at milliners' bills or" ex
travagant watdrebes. He never sits
looking at me, wishing I were as hand
some as Mrs., or Miss ,J—.• He
does not wish my eyes were as divinely
blue and my hair as charmingly golden
as. Katie's, over the L way. He never
Casts Isly glances at pretty girls, throwing
them kisses when'my backis turned. He
doesn't marvel how he ever came to
marry me, when there were So many
handsome women" in the world. If lam
ill; he is not Wondering . how weeds would,
become him, and lle should be obliged
to have an expensive funeral. He isn't
thinking what a jolly widower he would
make, and how .eager pretty Jennie
F— would be to many him, or how
gladly Flora J— would lift up• her
bewitching broWn eyes and promise
to be his. He does not complacently
fondle his elegant menstiche before
the mirror, and think,tevery one
must „pity • him, and• -, ,reitiet, • (girls
especially)that so handsomoa. man should
be bound to so plain looking a woman.
He isn't watching me continually to see
if I fulfill slimy duties as a wilt; to criti
cise my every movement, to be annoyed
at the weakness of the tea, the toughness
of the steak, Or the lateness of the break
fast. Thank the gods—no! lam a free
woman.T. I do as I please, :go where I
please, , think, breathe, sneeze, wink,
cough, eat and sleep as I; lease. Old
Mother Hubbard had her dog, Dame
Crump had bd." pig, but I have my call
An intellectull anim*.too,.one that has
more natural intelligekee than many chil
dren. Tabby andi enjoy ourselves in a
rational manner. She never speaks
a cross word; neither do I. Together
we sit and think hours at a time, by the i
open grate, and draw great morals from
the Bre , Tabby has a quiet tem-
perament and we never quarrel. I often
hear pe3ple exclaim that old maids are
always gossips. Not:so. I don't care if
Mary Jane has stolen another girl's bean.
I never feel interested in the Cost of
Susan's new bonnet or Jennie's silk
dressei. Ido not wonder that• Mrs. C—
should be extravagant, or Miss C— should
flirt so much. What do I care? Tabby
and I occusionally remark upon the folly
and stupidity of certain persons, but we
do not mention it out of our.own family.-
My cat is not communicative; neither
Yesterday I met one of my old lovers.
Once he praised my eyes, my lips, the
beauty of my hair, the freshness of my
manners. He professed to love me, but
he met a prettier girl and I a gayer young
man, and so we parted. He is married
now, has a cross, faded wife and seven
children. He looks old and weary. I felt
sorry for him, but I smiled atmy folly in
even wasting one thought upon .him.
Would I give up my jolly life of an
old - maid ? Never I My hair is growing
gray, but I don't use "Hall's Hair
Restorative. " My face has some wrinkles
in it, but I don't use "Laird's Bloom
of Youth." My fingers are not white
and soft and dimpled, but Ido :not bathe
them With "cold cream," 'and wear
old kids.,' I don't tear out my hair with
crimper. 'I never wear long Ands that
sweep the ground for half a ftne.. Ido
not wear humps on my back and double
up with the fashionable "Grecian bend."
I don't have to wear eye-glasses and pre
tend I ant nearsighted. I am not
Obliged to wear a butterfly's wing on my
head in February, frgqing my ears until
they are purple. I don't have to go shiv
ering in low-necked dresses, nor howl
opera music until my:throat is sore, nor
study attitudes before'•my mirror, nor
twist •mY tongue out - endeavoring to
learn German; .nor fall in love with My,
dancing reastik;...L..l - „:am -not under the- ,
painful necessitrofinueesing,my hands
into No. 6 gloves when seven is my
number, nor, do I pinch my feet in little
shoes until existence seems a burden.
do not have to sing Italian dittiea in,a,
languishing manner to some sentimental
youth in tight pants and waxed mons.'
tube. lam far more independent in my
plain merino, with my hair in a little
knot, than Miss Flora McFlimSey is in
her silks and sparkling diamonds. I can
look at a gay Young man, and he does
:not. flatter himself, that I am, dying for
love of him. I can go to: church and lis
ten to the sermon, not caring for. the
stylish hats and handsome dresses of my
neighbors. • I can enjoy my friends' sue
ceases' and riches, feeling no envy. 'I can
See lovers kiss their sweethearts gOod
night without a pang. • ,
"Talk about bedbugs," said Bill JOnes,
-. who had been echoes the Plains; "you
should have seen some of the critters. I
met inidaho last spring. I stopped one
night with some settlers. 'who ell' in - a
log cabin containing only one' room and
a loft. :When It cadie.llmey to.go to bed
they, strung's blanket &gosh t h e M1.4d 1 0 of
the soon:kart& the ;settler"it-jamlly,nlePt
on afield° of find • glyn mcilhe tothe.r.
I laid down- togo to sleep; the
gen to gather like lunch eaters around a
free 'lay out.' ‘'l tried to liter up and
keep away from 'em, but the - pale' ••Ter - -
mints Would•catch hold of the bedclothes.
end them off froni me. They #idn't
think nothin' of claggin' loundlhe
room if held on. abutit
ml blight, and then I looked tognii;lor
limzie_way to escape, Therrifaan ladder
' reacn ue uP into the loft, And.;l thought'
the best way to get away fromithe 4blood
suckers was to climb •up , thar, so Lind.'
There wasn't any 'bugs in the loft, so I.
laid down, congratulatin myself 'on
escape Wok I heard the ladder
ague ken''es if somebody was emillik t up.
ltimeby I saw a bedbug raise' himself np
through the hole In 'the dont' aulll' i r k
earefuny around the loft: Soon's SM . uklu t _
me he motioned to his chums below ;" tau
cues, and cried - exultinly,
"Com uP, hell here.—Cineinnatti
NO CHARGE YAM IPritiat'AU3Tl7/OL&L
TEETH ;ARE ORDERED.
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Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in;
Lamps, Lanterns,l . • Chaldeliers,
AND LAMP 'GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LII4RICATIkG OILS.
7 33-ENZILITE, - ato.
N 0.147 Wood Street.
- • Between 6th and 6th Avenues.
We are now 'prepared to supply
and the 'rade with our Patent
'FRUIT CAN TOP.
Ills PERFECT, SIMPL E and CHEAP.
Hating the names of the carious baits
• Stamped upon the Cover, radiating from
the center and an Inde.z. or pointer
' stamped aeon' the Top of tke can. It is
•• clearly, diqinctly and PB.RMANENT•
LT LABELED by merely placing the
.- - UMe of the fruit the can contains
• poslte' the pointer and sealing in the
preserver of fruit or good
HOUSEKEEPER • win 'use - any other aver '
• once see.ing It. •
Bend 25 cents for sample.
139.Becond stymie, FRU/bur/Ch.
-Dim ME' BEST AND CHEMED.
4,„, UT PIANO AND owerr.
Sehowacker's Gold Medal Plano
AND ESTEN COTTAGEORGAN.
T h e .898ONACIIXII PIANO oomblitea all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the con
struction of a ilm class Instrument. and hu al
ways been awarded the big heat 'premium ex
./OW.OI. Its tone is Tall, semitone and sweet. The
workmanship. for durablltty and beauty. lIIISIVISB
all others. Prices fromsso th a nlso. laccorant
to *Lyle 420 . lash.) cheaper " all other so
called fist class Plano.
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tOtands at the head of all reed Instruments. In
producing the most perfect pipeguallty of tone
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Is Is simple and compact 111; Construction. and
;lot Itatde to ass out of order.
Th s rm ARPENTZE'S PATENT ;•• VOX HUMANA
OLO" to otay_to be toned In this organ:
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BAINES BROS., PLLNOS:
PRINCE & CO , B ORGANS AND MELODE
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fe d 47. EiT. CLAIR STREET,
TIEGEL, _ --
(Late cutter with W. Etspentkeide.)
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No. 33 Smithfield Street,Pittaburste.
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Just received, by indarair
AOC- .gerchaut • 13 f!zniiittlel4 sixeet;
• -1100 WOOD STREET
V NEW GOODS.
FINE , VASES, - •
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5 .,.. , . A tate stock of
p, T I SILVER PLATED, ' UOODS
. ' *of an desefiptfons : • '
&all Ond examine 011 i goods, 'and 'we
feel satisfied no one need Taft to be welted..
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mh3 .., larangt
BATS AND cips.
J. 41. B . IO ETVED AT
MCCORD & Co%;'
~;: ;;~ .
181 WOOD STREET.
XEW CARPETS ! '"
• A STOCK
JD - •
IN . THIS MARKET.
We simply request a comparison of
Prices, Styles and Extent of Stock.
Therlarirbit adsortmtMt.of low Mieed gooco
any. establishment, East <r :Weat.
Jib. 51' PIPTII AraJrUE,
• • (ABOVE WOOD„i ,
We .are now receiving our Spring
Stock 'of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as gcod stock and at
as low prices as any other house'
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of BruSsels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Ply§ and Two Plys.:
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the *Ad.
BOVARD, ROSE do CO.,
21 IFIFTH AVENUE.
Have just. received and are now opening the
largest. Importation of the moat beautiful
fat& ' - •
Ever brought t .thls city; beings Imported by
them direct fro the most celebrated manufac—
tories of Europe
McOIiINTOCK _ •
& C OMPANY,
No. 23 Fifth Avenue.
SIM TIME AN] MONEY.
M'FARLAND & COLLINS
HAVE NOW OPEN THEIS'
NEW SPRING -STOCK
110YAL-AXiSTNSTER, '- •
ENGLIbU BODY BRUSSELS,
The etoideeet etvlee ever offered M this market.
Our prices are the LOWEST.
A Splendid Line- of ilhiat Carpets,-
doop am _CARPETS
'4.t 25 'cent!! .I"o 4 ''Fard.
No. 71 and 73 Frirxu.A.TxNuz,
CHMIDT & FRIDAY,
PEE RYE TiMISSIES
.1 :1 ":` • '•;:
NILII 'lie*lre the litotApoll to
e-"' N 4 4 . 4 1 14114 A l ta - 860 *Vitt
Carklilisironthit. (to h
I raIAR ;Carpal. )
101aniso" 189, 1941911 aid 196,1
COPPer .;01141/44 Pere :-gyp Whiskey
T.:....,..-.: .. ... - 1 1 4th. exits
qrstamitiar &_ CVEIS,-ElaCCeSsinei
rk a to ego. fti Sorniumur f & Co..
'llie oulr ,, Stessi Littiogn,lPMo Istabilsfuseat
'W,e,sactfaushiegritatas.:,Business , Cards, Xtetter
Heads."Boads, Latists, Circulars, 'Show cards,
Dipiomaa. Portraits, views. Corttecates of De
w:mita, invitation, csos, &c., Nos. TA and II
Thtrd street, Pittsburgh.