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The ennlight ells the trtab.int air.
And balmy days their . nerdons bring; /
The earth again Is young and fair
And amorous with musky spring. i
The golden nurslings Of the May ,
_ In splendor mrew the . Panned green,
And hoes of tender beauty play.
Hntangled-where th. willows- lean.
Nark - how , the rippled eirrente now;
lustre, on the Mei down' liel
ark. the songsters come and go ,
And trill between the earth and sky.
Who told us 'hat the rears bad ilea • '
Or. borne afar Our olissful youth ?
Eneh joys are all snout us spread, .
We know ,he whisper was n, t truth.
• . The.blrds, that break from grass and grove,
ding,ever) novel that the g
When first our veins werer ich with love,
Andkilay,ner mantle round us flung.
0 fresh-lit dawn ! Immortal life I
0 earth's betrothal; sweet and trne,
NI , thhose deights our souls are rife
• lid aye their vernal vow s renew I
T en' darling. Wilarld th me this morn:
_ eyour brown tresses drink its sheen;
These vlolets, within them worn,
/Of floral lays shall make you queen. i
/ What though there cornea a time of pain
_ When autumn winds forbade decay:
The days of love are borne again,
- That fabled time is far away l
And never seemed the land so fir
As WM, nor birds such notes to sing.
Since lest within your shining hair
I wove the blossoms of the Spring;
—Sir E. Cunard left '52,000,000.
---Cien. Halleck talks now of resigning.
—President Juarez is sixty-four years
—Jerusalem is to have a weekly news
—Potato bugs are eating the Mnrphies
in Texas. •
—"Poor Carlotta" will sturner in the
—Jeff. Davis is coming back to Atneri
ca in Nay.
—New York has a new- dance called
• 11r1 S. N.. Pike has $150,000 worm
of almonds. •
—South America is enjoying the
White Fawn. '
-Sprague's workingmen are to sere
nade the. Senator.
13hakespear's Tempest is a great suc
Boston Post calls a pillow a
, soothing nap-sack.
—A. rolling mill is to be put up in
Withinton, D. O.
:..--Bierre,Boille is at Lexington, .Ky., in
the lunatic asylum there.
.--CharleatOn, C., has a company for
goysteri, 'shrimp, etc
—7lol,J;effersOn is receiving $2,500 per
week fox acting at Booth's theatre.
Nineteen Chicago constables were
arrested by °Wig° police last year.
French.timm3lation . of Jane Eyre
has been_Publialsel at Constantinople.
--Rotbuck's friends in Sheffield have
given :dui £B,OOO in trust for his daughter.
—43Pain.vants to buy' American mon
itors for quelling the Cuban insurrection.
--Uncle Tom's Cabin, a very old habi
tation, has reappeared in the Boston thea
—A German religions paper, the Kira
enzeitung, thinks Ward Beecher is an in
—Twitchell, romantic creature, wanted
weeping willow tree planted over his
—Hartz the illusionist, is in Ban Fran
cisco, doing his own aad'the Davenport's
tricks: - •
—Thiron Brisse, the famous gourmand,
is dangeznusly ill from dyspepsia and in
--,George Washington insulted a lady
in Columbus, Ohio. the 6tllC and
was fined $lO. - •
—European advices to the Ist inst., in
toxin ns that Menotti Garabaldi and his
wife had a spat.
—Mins Alide Topp, the pianist, is to
marry a Captain in the Prusaian Life
Guards in June. • •
I—Za Mao spoke of Eugenie as "our
venerable Empress" and was in comae
—Valuable and extensive deposits of
eye have been discovered in the White
Pine silver regions.
—Singing birds in Austria 'are protect
ed bylaw, and. are legally unkillable at
all times of -the year. , •
—The operations in Hellgate have been
tesaporarily 'suspended on account of an
=rattail.) , strong current.
-Miss Thackeray is travelling in Ger
many,' where, as Thackerayls daughter,
she is,enthusiastically received.- . '
-A gold nhgget weighing 200 pounds
his been taken out at Victoria, Australis,
and has beert shipped to England.
A Medallion portrait of Lincoln will
adorn nne face of the pedestal of the
monument to Berryer at Marseille!.
—One of the, spiritual wives mentioned
bj Hip*orth. Dixon ,in his book, is ea
'onto to England to sue him for libel.
.St. •Louis - tuts • a
,'duplicate of the
aciindit . a , poring . heiress
*O9O 3 0411 1 0 Painea coachman.
:rtTbe iillblime,Porte, not, to be. out
tbrie byjitissik: is bidding very high
forial visit froth Tett! to'CoaStantinople.
4 ". eltil:ltiii'9 ll er ,to 1 1 act agent:
"W the. /WO. train arrive 94 timei"?
Ti agent: "It *ill NI ten to one if
it doei," -, " " -• ' . - - '
—One manufacturer In -New York ,
turns out eight thousand `quarts' of ice
cream per day, and uses the ' cream of
P 3 1 2 00
c ows:,,-, , ,
—The oviii nal Gove rnment
Spain haureeently sent Queen`lsabella
.C6OOOO worth Of her private 'pictures.
hevir,els and underclothes. '• '
—:.Oxford arid, Cambridge recently had
eir grand'boatlnce, in which the sin.
— dent,' 'from' the piu# t iiere beaten, :thdi
Inip*O: - ,-firy4, g•eeyi, ,, mete f o r, : the,
Eir z. c. svaDmAx.
Vanquished Crew.—" Vent, vidi, yid."
Cam, Sore, and conqueredi
velocipedist in New York is learn
jng to ride his machine on the tight rop a
in order to be able, when summer com.
to cross Niagara in that way.
—A new hotel at Cape May, now; is
process of erection, will be SOO feet, l ong
four stories high and have porches 1,400
feet in length. It will cost if.3.10,',300.
—The Duke of Cambridge is going
through the pleasant operation Of a pub
lic exposure in- the newspapers for abuse
of public patronage and Other offenCe&
—When TompY#L has
why. does he resemble a musiestinstm
mentY—Because he's a Friend. Shorn
(French Horn. Tra, la! la! la I)—Judy.
—This really atrocious attempt at a
polyglot joke, we find in the Philadelphia
Bulletin : •
"Victor Hugo is 'the man who rit'
the story in Appleton' Journal."
—Captain Totten has been taking ob•
servations at Panama and Aspinwall,
and has decided that tho mean height of
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans is the
—Commodore Vanderbilt narrowly
escaped with his life the other day; he
drank a dose of bedbug poison, by mis.
take, and he was only saved by not being
a bedbug. .
—A man. in New . York, despairing,
Probably, of discovering any new wea
pon for suicide, resorted to. an aboriginal
one and stabbed himself with a stone ar
—Mobile has a double-headed woman
who can , talk with both mouths. It is
thought that by practice, with these natu
ral advantages, she might become the
—Ambergris is found in dyspeptic
whales. A New Bedford captain recently
captured a whale who had . 2Bs pounds of
this dyspepsia in him; worth ninety
seven dollars per pound.
—The Donner Lake, en the line of the
Central Pacific Railroad, has been sound
ed to the depth of 1,600 . Rd without
finding bottom. Some of the'navies be.
Bela it to be the bottomless pit.
—Queen Victoria will, this year, visit
Switzerland again, and make also a trip
to Sicily and Greece. She will, however,
keep away from Florence and Rome, and
go by steamer from Genoa to Palermo.
—The Hereditary Prince , of Saxe
Meiningen, a youth of eighteen years,
has written a tragedy entitled "Henry
V," which the critics have spoken so
highly of that it is shortly to be produced
at 'the Royal Theatre in Berlin.
—A wonian in New York broke a ker
osene lamp over her husband's head, af
ter unsuccessful attempts to
with hot water from a tea-pot and to
brain him with a stove lid, but in so do
ing she burned herself so severely that
she has since died.
—The London Pun reports that the
Peace Society is considering the feasibil-
ity of reducing ,the height of the Alps
below the line of perpetual snow. Their
reasons for wishing to do this is that at
present these mountains endanger the
peace of Europe. They give rise to
piques, and produce coolness between
Fratfce and Switzerland and Italy.
-A lady guest at a Paducah hotel
was terribly frightened, the, other even
ing; by a negro dropping through the
ceiling into her apartment. The land
lord had been informed that thieves
were secreted in the house, and sent one
of the negro waiters to search the garret.
The darkey made a misstep, and, the
plastering giving way, was precipitated
into the lady's rbora. - '
Presbyterian Eloquence In the Olden
An olk book thus describes the Method
of preaching popular among the Presby
terians of the seventeenth century:
"One Johri Simple, a very zealous
preacher among them, need to persolate
and act sermons in the old monkish style.
At a certain time he preached upon that
debate whether a man be justified byfaith
or by works, and acted it after this man
ner: 'Sirs, this is a very great debate;
but who is that looking in at the door
with - his red cap? It is very 111 manners
to be lopking in. but what's your name?.
Robert Bellarmine, Bellarmine, saith he,
whether is a man justified by faith or
works?: He is justified by work's. Stand
,thou there, man. But what is he, that
honest-like man standingin the floor with
a long beard and Geneva cowl? .A very
honest-like man! draw near; what's your
name sir? My name is John Calvin.
Calvin, honest Calvin, whether:is a 'llan
justified by faith or, by Works? He is
Justified by faith. Very well, John, thy
leg to my leg, and we shall bong (trip)
down Bellarmine even now.' Another
time, preaching on-the day of judgment,
he told them, 'Siri, this will be a terrible
day; we'll all be there; and in the throng
I, John Simple, will be, and all of you
will stand at my back. Ckrist 1,111 , 300 k
at me, and he will say, who is that stand
ing there? I'll say again, yea, eves as .
ye ken'd not, Lord. he'll say, I know'st
thou'at honest John Simple; draw near; .
John. ' Row, John, what good service
haveyou done to me on earth? I. hive
brought hither a company of blue bonnets
for - you, Lord. Blue bonnets, John?
What has become of the brave hate, the
silks and satins, John? I'll tell;: I know
not,. Lord; they went s gait of their own.
Well,' honest John, thou and thy blue
bonnets are welcome to me; come to my
right hand, and let the devil take the
hats, the silks and the satins.' "—Curi
e/silk/Of th• Pulpit. By Tkos. Jacksoir,
Two : Oltara in Chicago undertook' to
produce a velocipede on a new and ha
proved pattern. One was to furnish the
money, and the other - the inventive,
skill: A large, thiee-wheeled t GMT was
secretly constructed in s basement, and
when Welted it was found to,. be several
- inches ; wider. than the doorway, „The
two altars are ponstdilug whetheria tear,
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MURGH GAZETfg : THURfDAT, APRIL 15, 1869,
limit to INtamige Precocious Chlil j.
trims Bellows,' "Philosophy of Eithur.47)
Many of the most prominent children
are sacrificed tO desire' to bring
forward in advance of other children,
and this desire is stimulated by natural
instincts. Every living creature rejoices
in the use of the faculties which God has
given it, "as a strong man to run a race."
The boy whose muscles-are well devel
oped. will never keep still, but is ready
for anything, good or bad, in which he
can stir himself. To such a one stnsfy is
But the boy whose muscles are feeble;
and whose brain is largely developed, sits
still and reads, and the appetite, of course,
conforms to the kind and amount of ex
ercise. If he'wastes his muscle in exer
cise, his appetite will demand the muscle
making nitrates to supply the waste. If
he wastes the phospho rus
e of the brain by
study, he will desire phosphatic 'food to
restore it. While the fat and stupid boy,.
who has neither muscle or brain, will
crave carbonaceous articles to feed his
stupidity ; and indulgeaCe in these appe
tites will, of course, increase the peculi
I have seen the little kingbird, after an
hour of extraordinary exertions in dritr
ing from the neighborhood an intruding
hawk, devote the next hour to catching
bees and hornets, which abound both in
nitrates and phosphates, as a means of
restoring his muscular and'vital eneagy.
The bird is safe in following his inclina-'
tions, living as it does according to natu
ral laws, andlaving no abnormal devel
opment of faculties, and no abnormal
appetites, it can eat what It desires, and
as much, with perfect impunitY. ' •
But the child, changea m its condition
as it may be by the ignmunce and folly
of its parents, even before its birth, is ab
normally developed, and of course has
Indulging these appetites in , case of
precocity of the brain, of coursaincreases
the excitement of the brain, and the re
sult is inflammation and premature death.
A child with a precocious brain, or
who is very forward, to use the common
expression, is of course more liable to
dangerous dikases of the brain than
other children; but if parents would give
the subject thought, and use their reason
in this.-u in other less important matters
these diseases might generally be warded
If our eyes have been overworked, or
are weak and liable to inflammation, we
avoid over-using them, especially in the
strong light, and if so inflamed that too
light, and all use of them gives pain, we
. shut out light altogether, and give them
rest till .they recover. Both light and
seeing are.pleasant - to the eyes in health,
and aleottitely necessary to give them
health and strength, but when diseased,
are both alike injurious and we avoid the
influence of both till they recover. And
when only weak, and not absolutely dis
eased, we are careful to have the light or
use the eye only moderately and care
fully. So of any other organ or faculty,
that which is necessary to it in health
must be carefully used in tendency to
Apply this principle, to a `precocious
Wain. The brain is as dependent on ap
propriate exercise and a supply of Otos
pbontsin health, as is the eye on exercise
and light; and as we withdraw the exer
cise and light in weakness and disease, so
should we allow the brain from exercise
and phosphatic food in case of disease
er premature development
The disposition to pry into the privacy
of domestic life is, unfortunately, very
common, and is always dishonorable.
The appetite for such knowledge is to be
regarded as morbid, and the indulgence
of It disgraceful.
A family have a sacred right to privacy . .
In guarding the delicate relations of the
household, secrecy becomes a virtue.
Even if by chance the private affairs of
a household are laid open to a stranger,
honor will require him to turn from
them, and if a knowledge of them were
forced upon him, they should' be locked
in a sacred silence.
A double oblikation of silence and
secrecy rests upon one who is a guest in
a family. The turpitude of a betrayal of
family history by a visitor, is far greater
than theft would be. To pocket half a
dozen silver spoons would do far less
damage, produce far less suffering, and
be less immoral,. - than talebearing. It is,
a thing so scandalous that it should de
grade a person, and' put him out of soci
ety: To betray the secrets of the house
hold is not only an odious immorality,
but it is a sin and a shame to be on good
terms with those who are known to com
mit such outrages. They are miscreants.
They put themselves out of the pale of
decent society, They should be treated
as moral outlaws.
These hungry-eyed wretches who. sit in
the unsuspicious circle of parents and
children, treasuring their words, spying
their weaknesses, misinterpreting the in. :
nocent liberties of the household, and
then run from house to house with their
shameless news are worse than poison
ers of wells or burners of houses. They
poison the faith of man in man. If one
opens his mouth to tell you such things,
with all • your might smite him in the
.face There are two actions which jus
tify you Instantly knocking a man
down; the one is the act pointing a gun
at you in sport, and the other is the at
tempt to tell you a secret, which it is dis
graceful for him to, get, and for you to
hear. Make no terms with such people.
Tale bearers have no rights. 'They are
common enemies of good 'Men. Hunt,
harry and hound them out of society
They are'the worst of pests says one f and"
that is the listener to the tale bearer.
Theie Could be no tattli n g if there were
no one.to hear.' Ittakes an ear , and a
'tongue to make a acaxidal.. Greedy listea
„lug is aa'dlaho.norable as ; nimble tattling.
The,ear ; is the , open market where the
;tongue sells its illgotten wares. Some
there are that will not repeat again what
they hear, but they are willing to listen
to itl:' They will not trade in contraband
goods, but they will buy enough of the
smuggler for family use!
' These respectable listeners are the pat
rons of tattlers. It is the ready market
that keeps tale-Itearing brisk. It is a
shame to listen' to , ill of your neighbor.
Christian benevolence demands that you
do not love ill news. A clean heart and
a true honor rejoiee in kindly things. It
should be a pain and sorrow to know of
anything that degrades your neighbor in
you eyes,,aven if lie la your enemy how
much more if he Is_your friend?— henry
Ward Beecher, N. Y. Ledger....
fs ME peach an , pela , tr.eeLlLAllt ern ,
1 1 11 1 0 11 Tieftuil:prioibr
~ ,Tiect hi very encournftg.
Tattlers and Tattling.
k i.a a are..aarvbozelsla Dula§ is
Lamps Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
AbIN CARBON AND LtraßacATEge OILS,
33 - Ermarrm,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
tete.= 'Between 6th and 6th Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS;
Fitt. IT.- CAN: TOP'
We Are. now prepared to. supply Titulars and
Potters: ;It is perfect; simple. and de 'eheaptaa
the plain lop, having ,the.. names of the various
Fruits Stamped upon'the toVer. Vadlating front
the eenter..and anladen or pointer stamped upon
the top - of the can;
It is Marty, Dlsthietly mid Permanentdy
- 1..41L13E1:E11.- • -
by merely piscine the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the_ pointer and sealing In
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
teeing it. : rak2.s
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NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, linslins, Dress Goods,
FULL LINE OF
ST. 1111ARRET STREET. 87.
CURE, NeCANDLEIIB & CO" .
Mate Wilson, Carr R C 0..) c.
WHOLZBALE DELLNID3 IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry .Goods;
No. 94 WOOD STBILICT.
Third 40ar Above Diamond . 4114)7.
Ton THE BEEMAN') CHEAP.
yip EAT PIANO'AND ORGAN.
Sehomaeker's Gold liedid Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHONACESE PLANO combines all the
!most valuable ImProvements known in the con:
unction of a irst class lasirtunent. and has al
ways been awarded the •IV best - Premium ex
hibited. Its tone Is full sonorous and sweet. The
worktnanshicabr durability and beauty, MIMS
lin others. Prices from SRO to 5150. (according
lo style and / Inist4) cheaper than all other so.
caUod Arai' class Plano.
• /IEBTErIa COTTAGE' ORGAN
Eitands , at the head - of all reed instruments. In
producing the most perfect pme_quality of tone
of any similss Instrument In the United Eitates.
It Is simple and compact in sconstructlon, and
not liable to cet out ol order.
/ CARPENTER% PATENT " VOX . RUMA' A
TREIfOLO ,, is only to be found in this 0
Price from $lOO to $560. All guaranteed ter ve
BARB I MEE & METTLES,
- - .No.:151 ST. CrLAIR STR „
113/4PEOS AND 0141,GALlit—An.
A. Ore Row steer of •
SNARE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS:
RAINES BROS., PIANOS:
PRINCE 4 CO'S ORGANS AND MELODE-
ONS suid TREAT, =mar a .CO'S ORGANS
, WIARLOTTE OPPRE. ,
deb` 43 ?ma oohs Amt.
M'PH RSON Ss MOHLANBRINGI
No 10 Sixth '(Late Sti Clairj•Street.
(Suceessors to W. H. AtcGIEIS 415130.0
.1J . steagnANT TAILORS, ~ •
Have jolt received their carefully selected Stock
of Spring and Summer Goods. and Will be glad
'to show or Sell them to old and new costomers.
Wit Thee lating 'Department wilt still be saperisi
tirW4 9. A.. mtrarAßTa: ,
I I take pleas re in recommending the above Isla.
to thollberal upport of the Public.
W. : HoGIFE:'
B TI eEL,
6 (Late Mita with . W. liewinhildet)
No. SS Smithfield Street,PittabOxeh.-
j olendld *ew stoat of ,
• 4 , •
CL 0 THS CASS IMERES 1. 't
Jun received by WM= MlXTillic
sei4: Meriiiiti "Tll'Eli;ltitilleici Mist.
VERO L LABIECILETIk Mae
- f, CIFIANIC YaielNloES 'Auld soltintor .at
mirrin , ttlpitiZ:sk, TR, Fic4:4l
A leg e ltywrs: •
` - =ll.OO .1110 i W ID. Ch- 941 k,
17U.1113aNsk5, NOTIONS, &O.
11RD OVAL OF NEW GOODS
HORNE & CO's,
reeelve daring this week extensive assort
1 Hats, Sundowns,
CALL MILD= AND WIDTHS.)
Dotted Nets, Gimps,
Of Every Deserkytion,
liiilndhig all the LATEST NOVELTIES, to
which we Invite the attention of hililliters and
GREAT AUCTION SALE
NACRUJI do CARLISLE'S
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Fancy Geode, Hosiery, Trimmings,
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, die., ke
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Hiving secured tht store room. No. 29 Fifth
avenue, lately occupied by A. H. Irmgl.lJh it Co.,
we have removed the entire stock of -
MACRUM & CARLISLE
From their old store,
No. 19 FIFTH AVENUE,
dad will continue
DAILY AUCTION SALES,
* Conimeseteg THURSDAY, April list, at SI P.
Millet Is A. N.. SI and 7 P. x. every day here
after until the entire stock Is closed out.
•H. B. SILITIIBOIII flic CO.,
HADRUN & CARLISLE Invite the attention
of-their old customer* to the elegant new stock
they hare just oesed et tier - new store , No. SIT
PI TH AVENUE. 'Ater
SECOND-. .A EtRIV4
New S /
pring / Geode.
: A F ULIALVE
In ' l tTaconet, Ha /
inbwrg and Swiss
At the/ Lowest Prices
r. Itl NOES 9
I y /LL STYLES AND COLORS.
L A CE
A COLLARS. new stile,
BILE SCARFS, for Ladles,
CORSETS, la white and adored,
VALIINCIENNES AND Tizamin,
Chaney and Idiltese Lice&
i?irxrs FURNISHING GOODS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Jockey, Dickens and Derby Collars.
I WRITE STAR SHIRTS,
A. COMPLZTE ASSORTMENT.
GLYDE & CO.
78 and 80 Market, Street.
SMEEETINGS AND BATTING
! 4 : o iLmEsys.vii44 - Cic, -- '
CRON COTTON MILLS,
, • -
Kass hotarers of =API irEDrum mid LIGHT
&NCHOZ AND *&BNOLU
aIFTICETINGS AND BATTING.
CIONTINITES TO TREAT ALL
v.../private dbesses..byphille In all Its forms,
Gonorrhea, Glatt, Stricture. Orchltis, and all
urinary diseues, and the erects - of mercury are
com p i etetrieradlcated;.Spermatorrhea or Semi.
nal Weakens and. Impotency, resulting ire=
self-abase or other causes; and which produces
some of the followthe effects; as blotcnes, bodily
weakness. Indigestion, conamitprian. aversion CO
society, unmanliness, dread , . of future events.
loss or Memory, Indolence, nocturnal 'emissitme.
:and tinnily so prostrating the sexual system as to
render. marries° nnaatiiiictory, and therefore
imprudent, are peraubsently. cured. Remus at.'
dlc'ed with these er any other or lhtu onri l deolmicpate. tort:ate
41v n s Do ngO trial lu hn na e c Wisnt should
aln partso tlemar attentioniriven to all Female COM.
Leucorrhea or Faltes, Falling.la itam
~or. Ulceration of the 'Womb, OritrOls.
praline, Amenorrhoea. .Ifenorrlagia, Draken
nentoen. aadieterilLty or Barrenness, are Ye"'
ed with the greatest success. •
It Is self•erident that a physician who cohenee
himself iikeleiliely to the study of a certain cleat'
of diseases-andtreate %flatlands' of cases .everl
year. must acquire greater ON that aptkialty
than dna D4OlOlO practice,
The' Doctor frabllshes a medical pamphlet- Of
FOY pages that Alyea &full exposition of venereal.,
and private diseises i lttat can be bad freestone*
Sr by mail , for' two stamps, In sealed envelopes:
,nvery aentenco contains; insatetiow to the &f
-illeted_ • enabling them to determine the, pre •
else nature or Asir e,titoolalnts.
The est ablisbueap okbpr islrg ten ''amp lerons,.s Central . ,; n i tlatbtcOnvenlenttokelt the city, theoctor;s ophtion
.tamed by tiring a w ri tten - statement of the ws
and medicines can be forwarded by. man at cc.
press. In same Instanees..,however.ll,PersOnsi
exatalnation le alkOlutelf hetetiary, while in
others'dally peruke] attention is' reqt ireilVeed•
for theatioonunodation.e f snek.patients there ere:
aPartmeuts connected with theoXoe that ve aro.
aided with ererr reaulatte that-is enteatated'to
promote recovery; including Medicated Tinier
bathe: 4 . AU , prnteriations. are , prepared ih tttit
Doctor's o wn latoratery; Under his &toil so
fay Ani. Median , pamphlets o rree,-nr"
litr two statism KW, matter who have
zstrhat he says-,,tirs 9 A. 31. WAR..
'head N. la nT. ee,Llao: y'W T, (near Coast Hattie,' FltUburglattl,
CARPETS. - : ,
We are n ow receiving our Spring '
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre-
pared to offer as good stock :at • .• 7
as low prices as any other house.
in the Trade. We have .the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three . Pips and Two Plys. // .
Best assortment of Itigraiii Carptts
in the Market.. /
BOYARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
IN THIS MARKET.
We&haply' 'request a comparison of
Prices, Styles and Extent of Stock.
The largest assortment of low priced [odds
any establishment, East or West.
..re. 51 FIFTH .1 MATE,
SIVE TEDB AND MONEY.
N'FARLAND &, COLLINS
The Chtkicart Styles ever offered
41 this Market. Our Prices are
Good Coibimehab Oliveto
71 AND 73 W 2 AI7E:Mm,
=hi' I ( ! 1:171 , 11 D Fl OVIL)
HALM AND P Ir
-- . .
tOIIN Pl4 c - -16 ORNA , I 'TAL
BAHL 'W it AND_ l'ltartinuß.
, , Thiett three neerlualutheidi .Ptttabergh.
AtniviroailtainiLikasontoens of, Le m
. _IA I et%Mill . ..
gimar,24028,16 ", ifirj ot' 11 cash ,
0 ilikeinatet, 'll2titlleir4thij tin
A' ' ''' int i t ite '
la the litliten teatuter. '
3-ply . and 2-p0 Ingrain.
The above Includes all the Newest
:Wes at I g tg b n:, so a l n a d are now In Store
LOW FOR CASH,
• . AT
OLIVER II'CLINToCK & COI'
. '23 Fifths ATenue. ` '
Hare. New Open Their
Nely Spring Stock
English Body Brussels.
A SPLENDID LINE'VP
25 CENTS PER YARD.