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AN - AGRICULTURAL ODE.
..ame Inguaged rfias i x &
The wait/OW:0 litte-tiverade,
Tee tasteless hat,(graillegiew,
Tha table Woottpaappliee:,
Unknown the art's rat gaidield,
the bashing dof Vas pea aid wart
The mitlar oil pew *Ow tot
hist talll of oreitarda ripe and rare.
Wild as the !gang he scorned to till,
These vales theldie Indian trod:
Nor knew the Maas crest Iva skill,
The Joy of him who toils with God.
oPairiter ante fruit and flowers I
We thanklbee foe Thy wise death.
Whereby these hurtles h.nds of oa rs
In natnwsgarden work with Ilune.
And thanks that from our daily need.
Tbe ,joy ef is ample faith is born,
r Thaehe who grates the summer weed
May trust Thee for the autumn corn.
Give fools their gold and knaves their power:
Let fortune's bubbles raise and fail;
Who sows afield or trains a mower,
tar pumts a tree is more than all.
For he who blesses most ts blest:
Ana god and man shall have his wo h,
Whotoils to lea eas a bequest •
An sued beauty to the testa..
And Sala of late to all who sow,
Th , time of harvest shall be given:
The lowers thallbloorr, the fruit shall grow.
If not on earth, at last In heaven.
• Several months since a society called
"The Band of Faith" was organized at
Shtirtieff College, Upper Alton, under
the management of , the Baptists. The
inebibe.4l consist or! aborit • twenty-five
theological students, whose pecuniary
means and opportunities for rernunera•
the employments are so exce e dingly
limited:as frequently to reduce them to
the severest straits for the commonest
necessaries of -life. ,The members, have'
a common lifttird' And a common Durse.
A box for conialititicins is placed in the
dining room, which the treasurer opens
every day ail keeps a record of the re
°ebb ant , e4ol)ldltures. The journal of
the gifts is tit Interesting affair. The
social cre ed
.of ~"The Band of Faith" is
embraced in three short sentences: 1. To
ask no one ut - God for • their support.
2.- Never • contract debts for their sup•
plieti. ft: To be contented with what
God gitei the Tn. •
Recently We .-noticed the discussion
going Onward for months past in the
Church,; of the Brethren, known as
"Dimkards," about feet washing. The
organ or that body gives the doctrines of
the Chink as follows: The. Church
teaches',•that the New Testament is the
will of; God, and that no one can have
• the mise of salvation without observ
ing its requirements, that among those
are th, 'Repentance, Prayer, Baptism
by Trine Immersion, . Feet Washing,
the Lord's 'Supper, the Holy . Commu
nion, .. Chatity,.,Nonconformity to the
world, and is fail resignation to the whole
'will of God' as he has revealed it through
his Bon, Jesus Christ.
The Trfirune, tqieeddlig of the efforts in
New York to change the Public School
System , in that State, thinks that' there
would be as much propriety in supporting
schools out of.the public treasury of
every Protestant denomination, 'as the
parish schools of the Catholic Church.
It pertinently argues, if the State does.
not educate its children, what le to be
. come Of: those whose parents are not
in communion with any Church, in a
country,without a State Church.
The independent, in gleaning through
' its exchanges of the past week, reports
over seven thousand conversions or ac
cessions to churches as the result of revi
vals. Of these, four thousand are among
the Methodists, eight hundred and fifty
among the United Brethren, and six him
dyed each among the Baptista and Pres.
byteriais. - _
Rev. Marshall B. Smith, lately an edi
tor of the Proteatant Churchman, has sent
a letter to Bishop Odenheimer, of New
Jersey, withdraiving from the Episcopal
Church': Hie " ' reasons are found in the
bebef that the Prnyer-book is not thor
The Baptist Anniversaries, making a
imacession of ten day meetings, will be
held this year at Boston.
The exercises of a regular prayar meet
ing of ir Baptist church in Chicago were
varied the other night by a wedding—two
Burman students being married in the
Burman language. They will return soon
to bibor+as miaaionariesin their ownland.
• The Advance, of Chicago, represents
that a rich clurch in an Easiern dty,with
not a poor man in it, which drained out
of the other Churches of its denomination
themembera essential to their usefulness+,
and in some cases to their, existence; and
in which, the /Spirit. of covetousness so
grew that it•ruled out all agents from its
pulpit and then, Toted that no collection
should:be made for benevolent objects till'
Its own koeUy debt of five thousand dol.
lava was paid _ .
The question usually Las been,in re:
‘ 6 11.0w shall we reach the
-poor?",' The Readers' lieetleg In Neer
:York City, of the Ide4sudist
Chnrci;;has Moen* beett' dlignMing the
question, "What shall be;dinite for the.
nalvatiowof the *lob?" , •,
Ovevice:headvelPealb e vli have been
:€*319610E6 'Lafayette Avenue Church'
of BroObig , ,Aaf.,T:if.oililer, pastor,
themobtßaisipn oflaithl This c,hutch
`soli a twelve -4ndrelV and fifty
The isioinn meeting of the American
?met tieeiity,•of New York, *Who'd at;
WaslOston City , Imo nights since,
Chief AMigice Chase trending.- Interest
ing specches were delivered bythe Bon.
Mr. Posy; of 'Michigan ! and 'the Rev.
Mr. Shearer; inlegard ,-eiangeli
s,titioni and by the. , Rev. d. 'O. Fletcher
concerning tis perionid observations in
ittgazd,to 'the Uniform:, labors in Spaln
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qiioitit , .t,44 47 1 1R V IW. W
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and Brazil. During the existence of this
Society it has issued for the press 23,500,-
000 bOund volumes, 300,000,000 tracts,
and 112,000,600 periodiaals. These pub
lications lave been printed in one hundred
and lortrane different languages and
dialects. - . '
Bishop Domenec, Catholic Bishop of
the Diocese of. Pittsburghfinnounces the
appointment of Very Rev. John Hickby
as Vicar General of the Diocese, made
vacant by the promotion of Right Rev.
T. Mullen to the Episcopate. Also. the
appointment of Very Rev. J. Trugg as
Vicar General" Foraneus, Rev. P. Kerr,
Secretary- of the Bishop, and Rey. J.
Shell, Bishop's Secretary for the Germans.
Allusion was made some days since to
authority having been given a Commis
sion, by the General Ccinference of the .
Methodist Episcopal . Church, to purchase
property for the Publishing and Mission
ary interests of that denomination in New
York.' We have just learned that a val.
uable property has been purchased on the
northwest corner of Broadway and Elev
enth street, at a cost of nine hundred
,thousand dollars. The lot, has a front on
Broadway of aeventy-six feet, on Elev
enth street of two hundred and twenty
two feet; the rear or west side is one hun
dred and three feet. A massive building
five atones above the basement, with iron
fronts, and of superior architectural de
sign, covers the entire lot. The basement
floor covers nearly one half acre. The
yearly rental value of the first floor alone
is estimated , at sixty thousand dollars.
The Missionary Society has agreed y bear
one-fourth of the expense in the purchase
of the property.
-The Atlanta (Georgia) Advocate men
tions the conver s ion of a colored man in
Whitesville, Georgia, who bad never
spoken. He commenced at once to praise
God aloud, and from that time began to
speak. Now his utterance is so distinct
that he bolds prayer meetings through the.
country with marked interest.
The editor of the Presbyterian was re
cently interrogated "whether the wife of
an ex-pastor may, with propriety, go to
the theatre." He answered, with em
phasis, No! Nor any other persons who
wish to keep theratelves "unspotted from
the world." • .
Nllsson won't come to the United
—The Prince Imperial of France is
• —Judy announces that you can't make
a present of a ftmcida.
The crdtivation of the vine is in
crest on Kelley's Island.
—The Arlen Interoccanic Canai pro
ject dogs n t progress so favorably as we
had hoped. t. - -
—A goodteal of log wood is , used at
the great tolling mill in Washington.—
—Now that ladies have taken to tinting
their ears, we may expect them to turn a
ready ear to compliments.
—Real, the murderer, is reprieved by a .
stay of proceedings. New York justice
is not only blind, but halt.
—Alaska is rapidly being initiated to
civilization through the medlOm of burnt
villages, soldiers raids, .f.kc.,
—A. detachment of 'United States
fantry destroyed twenty-Ave illicit distil
leries in Tennessee on one excursion.
—An Arizona letter to the Missouri
.Repubtican gives descriptions of the nu
merous copper mines of that territory.
—A. duel was lately fought on the Bel
gian frontier between a nobleman aid an
officer, at the distance of thirty-five paces.
—The various and =natons =mid
panties of London will probably be con
solidated alter the manner of Philadel
—The White Pine mining excitement
increases, and bids fair to be second only
to the original rush for the California
—Easter Sunday fell this year on its
original day; Mirch 28. This is & singu
lar coincidence, as it has not " fallen on the
28th. in 144 years.
—Dr. Mudd has returned home smd
been"interviewed" by Correivondents,io
whom he gave full accounts of Ids con.
nection with Booth.
-Leland, the great Itotel-keeper, is go
ing to Earope to establish a fiotel in Ber
lin, and gather new ideas for his different .
hotels in this Country. .
—Frank rierdell Cabinet was the only
one in the history of the United States
that remained unbroken from therbegin
fling to the end of the adniinistratiOn.,
—Lieutenant Governor Daus, the col
ored presiding ofilor, of the- Louisiana
State Senate, is in Wisidngton, and re
ceives marked attention from politicians
of every shade-
—Triallet's poems are very popular in
Europei especialli in Denmark and
Sweden, and sell better in France and
Chirmany than the, works et ani other
Ameriem Poet •
..;;Disrlell has - ereatli disappointed his
hi s speech In
Mends by the weakness o fC hurch
v s Irish
-to Gladstone .
oppositi on, severely criticised by the
bill, and is; ost
London newsp apers.
movement for lowering'
-The gr e at:._ th , French standardi
the pitch w w-
musicalmaiming nearly all the groan
"^....- 4 ,-- inarnna - in its favor, . has at last
Gm 41 : 4 .L.:-.a - - -
to test an y,.a tes.
reachedthe United St ,
-- Ikili 6111101 we
worked t .
.aiscoeerY. Frenc hm an which
new explosive po w der
and three others
s'ehatet' blowing mamomn.
li d club
has been or
ulEisexchange says ttist : 1 1 • Ch ii ° p i e w .
organized in this c y
' riTSE URGH GAZE ii : MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1869,
pate in the Musical Jubilee in boston.
Is it so? The .bailding in which the
Jubilee will-be „held-covers two acres or
—The rasoltitions in Congress of sym
pathy with Cuba, and inquiry into or
future relations with Nova Scotki, lads.
cate latent ideas of annexation, and show
that &wird only expressesl. the natioatl
?pinion in, increasing our territory. .
—Sonie men are very bloody-minded.
An exchange has onits first page de
tailed accounts of twol duels, one "des
perate encounter" resulting in two' deaths,
one case of Lynch hiw, two murders,
and one-affray in a lunatic asylum.
fine cittaloghe for a chamber of horrors
—Several London theatres are about
reverse the time-honored custom of Char •
ing . extra to those wici purchase reserve.
seats in advance, and, taking the growl.
that it is really an. advantage to th-
theatre to' sell Its seats, will make
deduction to those who "book" their
—The ren poh., tans are very
pert in evading the law forbidding politi.
cal meetings.. "Thi Life and Death of
Abraham Lincoln" was the subject of a
public meeting recently, and under its
cover the strongest doctrines of republi
canism and opposition to the Empire were
Chicago school-mistress has been
arrested for arson; if there are many
teachers of that kind, it is not hard to
account for the precocity in crime of that
youthful city. . It is already a bright and
shining light in the criminal department,
without the addition of pedagogical incen . -
—The ladies of 4 London are to have a
club. They do not pretend that it is in
furtherance of .woman's rights; but it is
really a Strong practical argument for the
cause, as It is an assumption of one of the
comforts which have hitherto been sup
posed to be the exclusive prerogative of
the other sex.
—Mrs. E. Cady Stanton has glorious
visions of female conventions and equal
suffrage conversations to be held in neat
en, twenty years hertce. Her male victims
are to be Noah, Moses and the rest of the
patriarchs; and she is going to incite Mi
riam' , Deborah, Sisera and other formerly
strong-minded females to revolt. -
—London Fun says that the Peace So
ciety is considering the feasibility of re
ducing the height of the Alps below the
line of perpetual snow. Their reason,for
wishing to do this is, that at present these
mountains endanger the peace of Enrcipe,
as they give rise to piques, and produce
coolness between France, Switzerland
—A newspaper correspondent, writing
from Washington, makes - the following
remark: "Yes, the Senate has been otit
humming with an iteration of tenacity
the winds of March, and it seems resolv
ed that incarnate April herself, while
_turning from the hearsed vexations of
winter, shall not woo it .from this man
made town." '
—The case of the State of Missouri vs.
11. B. Wilson—forgery, second degree—
upon demurrer to the indictment has de
veloped a singular fact, that there is no
law in the State that makes it a felony to
forge the name of any person, company,
or corporation to a check or draft, when
the same is drawn on a National Bank.—
St Louis Dispatch.
—The New York World very correctly
criticises the performance of Hamlet by
an actress. If women will assume the
Characters of men, only those women
should do it who are so masculine as to
be‘nable to represent their own sex.
Otherwise, they only lose their own
proper graces, and but feebly imitate the
characters they attempt to portray.
—The Superior Court of Chicago has
rendered a decision against the Chicago
City Railway Company for personal dam
ages amounting . to $4,500. The Court
held that if companies permit cars to be
overloaded, passengers are not responsi
ble for damages resulting from standing
on the platform L and that it a passenger
leaves a seat he may not again claim it.
—Mr. Greely is noted as a prodigious
ly accurate political statistician. "Who
made up this election tablet" he asked
one day in the Tribune Wade. "Mr.
8—. r.." "Well, where is he f"
"Gone home." Well. here he has made
Calaveras county, in California, give the
Democrats amajority of four, when every
schoolboy in New Yorkkaows` it never
gave more, than two."
—To wa is a happy State. It is not
only out of debt, but has a surplus in the
Treasury. The account stands as fol
lows: Cajh in hand. $284,880; taxes for
1863 still unpaid, $680; 'egad= against
the Untied States, .$889,8481 making
total of $1,824,228... The indebtedness of
the'StatiOnilet Ino oo l ooo war, and-de =
fence bonds, which are being paid off as
rages they be
—When Atnight ,pf 'the (i,r4er of them
&olden Fleece dies, his insignia are sent
to the Knight *he is • appointed in his
Thus it hoPPens,th,t the. insignia'
of the order' have been Tr er*lii the course
of lime successively by a great many
lustrious men. The insignla•whlch once .
covered the breast of the .ternble Philip
the Second, of •Spain, are Dow wOrn by.
Senor °Waage, the , Spanish Einbaesador
Parle. , • 7:
A noon telescope, with a 81 inch ape?.
tu_ A re virtually ,3 brinsl - the MOOTl ' l within
1,200 miles of the eryitir, ot•Wi in one
two-htindredths of its real Lord .
Rosa' telescope brings liliqth* 42. 0111____est
so that. objects op feetlong fire gilicer l 4-
able. Bear has Calculated untt,an Instru
ment of ten times the, poyfer. of Roes'
would be required to - brix(ll thfti moon
within a German mile, at whielVdlitisnce
the body of a man be percei ved
imix)* is KELLY,
Winnbatman ant Wholesale Deders ta
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OIL&
No. 147"W00d • Street.
ae9:1122 Betireen sth szid 6th Aveaties.
FRUIT. CAN TOPV
• SELF, LABELINd .
• ••• • .. • , • • • .
Werare now Wei ared-to 'olopl3lTitillOsi ind
Potters, It is perreet; shisple, and as cheap as
the plain top, having the numeral' the various
Fruits stmoped.upon. tbe:oover. radlationlrom
the center. and or pointeritamped upon
the top or the min.- ~ •
. . ,
It is Clearly, Dblinetly and .'l:rimient4
T...433/311,4131).. • ' ;
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the moister and sealing in
the customary manner. Ito preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will nee any ether after once
Seeing it. ish2s
. . . _ . . .
M'PHERSON & MUHLANBRING,
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street
ISticeeßsori to W. 11. Xet:4l3lll *. C 0.,)
Hat just received their carefully Seleoted.stork
of Spring and Summer Goods. and. Will be glad
to show or sell them to old and new customers.
The Cuttln .g Department wilt still be superin
tended by Mr. 0. A. MITHLANBUING. •
I take pleasure in recommending the above firm
to the liberal support of the potato. - •
mh11:181 W. H. MaGICE.
e (Late Cutter with W. Hespenhelde.)
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittobtirgh;
NEW SPRING GOODS.
J. splendid new stock of
mortis, CASHMERES, AC.;
Jut reoefved MUCKY METER.
104; Merchant Tailor. TO Smithfield street.
PIANOS. ORGANS. &O.
B I ZT °HEAP '
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The 13CHOMACEICE PIANO combines all the
latest valuable linprovestients known In the am
struction eta ant class instrument. and has al
ways been awarded the hiR hest premium ex.;•
hiblted. Its tone la sonorous and meet. The
workmanship. for durability and beauty. a
all ethers. Prices from WO to s um. /woo=
to style and itnisto cheaper than all other so!.
called Int class Plano.
ISSTET43 COTTAgE ORGAN
Staub &t b e: head of all • reed instruments. in
prodticiU the most perfect yolyegnallm of tone
of any similar Instrument in the United ittatee.
It is simple and compact in construction, and
not liable to aet ont 01 order.
cAnpENTltins PATENT'• VOX HUMANA
TRE.DIOIAP , is only to be found in this Urges.
price from $lOO to CIAO. All guaranteed/dr Eve
MB,' ERASE atIIEITLER,
No. LSI ST. GLAIR STREET
PIANOS AND ORGANS—An en
tire new stook or. -
SNARE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS; •
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:
PRINCE a CO'S ORGANS AND WALODE.
ONS and TREAT, LINSLEY a CO'S ORGANS
C l / 2 141.RLOVITI BLIJIZE.
43 Fifth avenue. dole &gent.
GLASS. CRINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
FINE VASES, •
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA.
NEW STYLES, ;.•
SMOKING SETS, GIFT M 143,
A large stock of
of all deloriptiois.
Call and examine one /mode, and 'we
feel astlelled no one need Mil to be mated.
R. E. BREED &
100 WOOD STREET.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
NEW WALL:. PAPER STORE,
191 Iberty. Street )
SPRING EMDS AREIVILIit4 DAILY. mho
PERL MILL FAMILY NIL
prbm. stSl6l. Tbseb Star Greeit Braid: oftold to
FRENCH FAMILY , FLOUR.
arei ria 0 4 1 7. O 0 tont 10$ When eoPo
ota rialaz sztrimailm,
awl to best et. Lools.
, MU. sum sioo
'run 00lit1 Ite4ll1 ° D a it i llft
LT . lre 31104
Ansibeif. Bet'9. MAL' PIA= XIII.
' , 'l• - $::,00 . Eft;740.11Fi.*4
tanarne COMVIt sattl.lol/2
~,-,-: ...' - i: , :---- .
sele Liberty) street, Dealers in DruP ,
r t.,0, 11.,Lci:11.:11-loy(4);I:Jir.141
JOSEPH. HORNE do CO.,
BITIIERS WILL FIND .
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
• Handkerchiefs, •
Laces arid Laee Goods,
-Boulevard and '•
Hoop Skirts,. .
Millinery and Straw Goods,
Stmdowns, &e., .
at found in the city, and which will be bid
VUUV LOWEST HATES
Cash and Short Time payers.
77 AND 79 lIARKET STREET.
m 1123 - • _ •
New Spring Goods.
A FULL LINE
In Jaconet, Hamburg and 8114813.
At the Lowest Prices.
LACE COLL/BS, new style, ,• 4
SILK SVAIRFS for I wiles, /
00Kvhil es white sea colored,
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GENTS lIIRNISHING GOODS,
Jockey, Dickens and Derby Cellars.
A OOMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
MACE/17M, GLYDE & co.
78 and 80 Market Street,
cd pa .
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CUBA, McCANDLESS & CO.,
Late Wilson, Carr II(b.,)
WHOM/MIX IMAM= IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
- No. 94 WOOD STREIT. ,
Third door above Diamond WM. - •
(Late of p; P. W. A O.
°Sloe, Be. 19 FEDERAL STIOLIt_ ,
T i t pt Stain. P. 0. ALLZ
80 1 7 1r lia ) 0
XOHINEII__T of all deacripAlarmy de
BLAST PIIIINACE and WA:MIA&
mussy Mew Banished. Pastleular attention
gft to designing OOLLDTBY LOOOMOTIVICS.
itenia esti ndentlaily poltolted. mr SVEN.
431t R AMBr rra iows for asinidi every
• gammen •
ONTINUES-. TO TREAT ALL
- private diseases Syphilis IA all its forms,
riorrbea,, ;fleet, , Stricture. 9ropitia , and au
.urinary diseases, a nd the effects of mercury are
eompletely. eradicated; Sperrestorthes'orairaml•
g f .•Weu e s k e n o e r a ost n r d
c im us p e o s t en a c nd .
* e id s e u a l pr g o d h u a ce m s
tome of tlin_follOWinit oirlieta l as hiptebea. bodily'
weakness. zedigestion ; coninupptlon. INESTIi01:1 to
society, unmenlin•ss. dread_ of fhture events,
0.11 of memory: todolence. nocturnal emisidone."
snd dually so prostrating the serail oyateat se to
render Marriaea titastbletztoty. and therelore
imprudent: arc perassaently tilted: 'Persona s&
qa• *tacitly them orally other ddicatU istrieaW
lung /gliding ezustitothisal oosplUst aboald
ve ue t enterv a that sMitever
£ partiruler stteatienlirel to all Tomato
naon or Ulcer ottbe omb, Ovular,
prar ti itis. Alnentriabots. - Meno si Dir e r
marabou', sod Mutiny or Barremmellissre •
ed with the prat siteoslA- , - • •
It La eating a plipileten wee' contuse
himself omelet vely to the ready of s certain elan
of dlseszes end treats Useasesdo sof cases evert
eZuNe4.l! fit9l7r p
The=Doctor s Medical patephlet; of
M pbblilliblit give:Oaf sztValu °flit egg
sn private Mileage 4 at Gan c
or Cy mall for two stomps. Xvori sentence - eon
tains unitization ro the staletted. and enabling
them to .rermlne _the n! itl q • -
The establishment; eointirlaleg .ten ample
rooms, hi central. Wizen it is not coavenfent to
TI SIC the ettr.-1 98 DietAn't -opinion' tam be ob.
tented or 'WWI • wines stateasent tifir ease;,
and medicates can be forwarded , by m or em.
press.' in 'some festsneeit.•hOwever..e novel
elimination is' stireiutely netierfaryo while
others daily persowd attention' le.reU trod, end ;
for the accommodation t.f saes liamenyi thae are,
spell mo at connected mitts tne ofnee tont lye pro- ,
aided with every requisitelitiourniale4 to
promote recovery, including medload Vapor
baths: All prescriptions are prepared he-the'
Doctor's owl. labdratory,ander his sonarcut
pervidion. Medical: pamphlets at :canoe free , or
by mall for two stamps. _NO matter abci beau
falltdi read what he Hours 9 A.M.' to 9 P.M.'
Nnnda r S 1 Y. to ,tiftice,_llo. - 9 WYLIE
b'f9E9T7tiviAX, court / 10 9;11/ Arntoursh, rah
IN ALL STYLES AN CIOLOIIB.
Cluney and Maltese Laces.
OP ALL DIBORIPTIO2iB
WHITE STAR SHIRTS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
450 i PEC I CES
3-ply and _ 2-ply Ingrain.
The above includes all the Newest
Styles and Designs, and are now in Store
and arriving, to be sold
LOW FOR CASH,
OLIVER II'CLINTOCK & CO'S,
23 Fifth Avenue.
IN THIS MARKET ,
We simply request a compartscarof •
Prices, lityles •and Extent of Stock.•
The largest assonment of low orloed goods In
any estaleltslaent, East cr West.
.ro 51 rE.rUE,
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre-
pared to offer: as good stock and at'
as low plices as any other . 1094
in the Trade. We have 'all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Ilrnisels, Three Plys and Two Ills.
Best assortment of Ingralit : Catimts
in the Market.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.„
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
SITE TIME AND MONET.
Blue Now Open Their
New Spring Sleek
English Body . Brussels.
The Choiont Styles ever offered,
.4os this Market. Our Prieto are'
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C HELP CARPETS,.
Good Cotton ChainCarpeta
25 CENTS. PER YAR,D.
lITARLIND & COLLINS
71 Ail) 'is zratln A.UNUE,
RAU( AND nitruloaky.
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