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When autumn's chilly winds complain
And red 'Payee withered fall,
We know that Sining win laugh aain
And lent and dower recall. •
But when toye's saddenlrg antuinn wears
The hues that death presage.
No Spring in Winter"s lap prepares
A second golden age
So when We's autumn sadly sighs
Yet amilee lie cola tears through
No Boring with warm and sunny skies,
The soul's 3 ouch win renew.
Lore blooms but once. and dies—for all:
the has /10 second wing:
The Trost must cope. t sinsow must fall,
Loud as the laric may
0, Love! 0, Wei ye fade like dowers.
'Nutt droop and die in June;
The present, oh! too s..ort, is ours,
Ana autumn CoM.IB too soon.
The consecration of. Bishopi Hunting
don, in Emanuel Church, Boston, on
Thursday of last week, was an inter
esting and impressive occasion. The
sermon was preached by Bishop Core,
iron 2d Cor. viii: 23—" The-messengers
of the churches and the glory of Christ."
The Independent, in referring to the ser
mon says; that it was noteworthy as at
tempting to show that those "messengers
of the churches" who were carrying the
bounty of • the Macedonian IChristians to
Jerusalem, were an ecclesiastical order,
superior to pastors or elders, and corres
- pending to AngliCan or Episc:opal Bish
ops, as were also "the angels of the
churches" mentioned by John in the
Revelation, which, curiously enough,
the learned Bishop represented as written
about the time that other scholars regard
Johp's Gospel as having been written, in
the Apostle's extreme old age, and to
close ttp the canon. Immediately at the
close of the consecration ceremonies,
Bishop, Huntingdon consecrated his son
to the Priest's office.
• A Unitarian preacher, named Balch,
lately a lJniversalist, of Janesville, Wis.,
now, residing in 'Chicago, preached on
"The wise man who said in his heart,
;there is nopersonal God;" and on another
occasion affirmed that .oxygenl was the
true Holy Ghost.
The revival among the Methodists at
Bufßilo, New York. is 'remarkable in
many respects. Over five hundred per have peen received into the Church
on probe on. They have been aided
by the " praying band, " core Posed of
thirteen business men of Troy.
Among the important matters ! before
the Executive Committee of the Evangel
ical Allianee, at its late meeting in New
York, was the. appropriation of State
Legislatures for sectarian purposes. lt
protested against all such appropriations,
believing such use of the public money
to be contrary to the fundamental law of
the land prohibiting union of Church and
According to the Independent, one of
the German Reformed Churches in Phila
delphia had received more adults from
Romanian during the last few years
<numbering between sixty and seventy,)
than all the Roman Catholic churches in
that city' taken together have received
during the same period.
- It is estimated that there are fifty Cath
°lice among the, Chinese of San Francis
so, and that some of them had been edu
* cated in the Catholic senihmries - of China,
and are well acquainted with Latin and
speak it with fluency.
It hi stated a professor in the Mercers
burgh Theological - Seminary (German
Reformed,) in an article objects to the
"Week of Prayer" as a rival of "Passion
Week," and especially to prayer for the
outpouring of the Spirit, as if that Spirit
did not always dwell in the Church.
Sermons can be supplied to order at
. Nassau street, New York, from any texts
designated, on very moderate terms.
A meeting of the Board of Truatees of
the General (Episcopal) Theological Sem
inary, New York, was held some days
since, for the purpose of acting upon
nominations for the office of Dean and ,
two professorships. Bishop* Herfoot, of
the Diocese of Pittsburgh, occupied the
chair. Rev. ' , Dr. Walton was untold
mously elected Professor of the Cement
- C Moore I:4 rofessorship of the Hebrew
and Greek Languages. No election was
made to the' other offices. Additional
nominations were, made, among , whom
was Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, D.D.,
nominated by the Bishop of Pittsburgh,
for the office of Dean. Dr. Lyman, it
will be remembered, was formerly Rector
of Trinity Church in this city. •
The American Churchman says that
Rev. Wm. P. Tenßroecit, of the Diocette
of Pittsburgh, has accepted a call to the
Rectorship of Christ Church, Green Bay.
The Tenth Provincial Council of Bahl
inore, will'be convened In the Metropoli
tan church, on Sunday, With, the
Feast of St,ilark, and its sessions will
terminate on the following Sunday, the
Feast of St. Athenians,. Doctor of the,
Church. The Council , are to deliberate
on mattera of discipline in the -Province,
and chiefly , on the most - effeetual meant;
for carrying info. execution ate becrees
of the Second 'Plenary Council of Belli
-more, whi4x have already been, received
and approved of by the Solt' See. :
Sunday 'before last - DishoP
administered' Confirmation In St. Peters
church, Allegheny City, to one hundred
and five persons, several of whom were
adults andjoinkciniverts. •
Bishop , rtimpson passed through the
city on Wednesday en 'route to Indiana,
to preside over the, Northwest Indiana
Conference, , in place of Blihop Janes,
-who is unable : to attend. Ills venerable,
uncle, whom the Bishop is named after;
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Maple Sugar In Michigan.
The maple sugar , crop throughout the
State will be a large one. The weather
for the past fourteen days has been just
right to give a good run of the material
for boiling and making a first rate article
of maple sugar. Parties along the line of
Grand River Valley Railroad inform: us
that in Barry and Eaton counties a con
siderable amount has already been mar
keted. At Hastings from 1,500 to 2,000
pounds are taken per day. At Nashville,
in Barry county, there have been shipped
from 1,500 to 2,13110 pounds • per day
(luring the last ten days, mostly to Il
linois. At Vermontville, 1,500 to 2,000
pounds per day; at Charlotte; 2,000 to
2,500 rounds per day. The wagon roads
are very bad and the sugar makers very
busy. The trade in sugar will not be
large for ten or twelve days; the most of
it is bought in those towns at from twelve
to eighteen cents, according to quality,
while here it would bring twenty cents.
—Jackson (Mich.) Citizen.
Jima in Cange—A. correspondent of
the Jewish Times says that he made a
visit three years ago to a community of
Jews, three or four hundred in number, in
the heart of China. Extreme poverty
bad compelled them to sell their syna
gogue, to be pulled down for the stone
and timber it contained. They had pre
served their faith and worship for more
than two thousand years, until the trou
bles following the outbreak of civil war
robbed theta almost of the means of ex
istence. Now it is forty years since their
last Rabbi died, and no one remains
among them who has any knowledge , of
Hebrew. Without assistance to rebuild
their synagogue and re . establish educe.
mustand worship, the little community
at last perish.
AT TIM recent election in Connecticut,
Father CarMody, who has charge of the
largest Catholic congregation in New
Haven, opposed with zeal the Democratic
ticket. His action is thus explained : .
"He has no interest in the defeat of the
• Democrats as lt political party, but he
'does care for the.morale of the young
men committed to hie spiritual care. Ac-
cording to him, the Democratic politicians
in his neighborhood, at the ls a st erection,
induced many of his parishongro not yet
twenty•one to perjure themselves by
swearing they were of,full age, and,
therefore, entitled to Vote.: Such conduct
he felt bound, in his capacity as a Chris
tian minister, to reprobate, and he eccor.
so t to the extent of his
I , t. • • A
PITTSBURGB GAZETTE: KisiRDAY Arlin 1 1 7 ism ,
accompanied him as far as New Market,
Ohio. This worthy old gentleman is al
most ninety-three ; years of age, and yet
enjoys quite vigorous health. We learn
from 'the Bishop that the Board of Bishops
of the Methodist Episcopal Chunk, con
sisting of nine bishops, will meet for con.
saltation and to arrange the Episcopal
Visitationtrfor the remainder of the year,
at .Meastville, Pa., Thursday next, 22d.
The venerable Mrs. Ruth Ruter died at
the residence of her son-in-law, Rev. H.
Gillmore, Danville. Indiana, aged 80.
She was the widow of the distinguished
Dr. Martin Ruter, formerly of this city,
who went as the first missionary to Texas
over thirty years ago.
Rev. T. X. Orr, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian church, Allegheny ,Cit 2,,
has been called to the pastorate of the
First' Reformed (Dutch) church of Phil
adelphia, which he has accepted. We
shall lose an excellent minister.
The Russian Church doesn't allow gas
in its edific*, because it isn't mentioned
by the fathers.
Rev. Col. Anderson, pastor of the Con
gregational Church of Ashtabula, Ohio,
makes pastorial calls on a velocipede.
The Supreme Court of Massachusetts
has decided that persons whose religious
belief protects them from prosecution un
der the Sunday laws for doing general
business, are not thereby alloWed to sell
liquor orithat day.
There are 16,034 Sunday Schools un.
der the control of the Methodist Episco
pal Church, instructing 1,165,914 schol
ars, an increase of 82,389 over last year.
Rev. Mr. Walker, of the Bowdoin
Square Baptist Church, Boston, in his
farewell sermon, stated that at the first
prayer meeting there 'were only twenty
fourpresent; the last eighthundred. ,Mr.
Walker goes to Chicago.
Mrs. Mary W. Bethune, widow of the
much lamented Dr. George W. Bethune,
of the Reformed (Dutch) Churchy died at
La Tour, Switzerland, March 29th.
Rev. J. F. Ware, Unitarian, of Balti
more, thinks it never was harder to make
Unitarianism welcome at the South than
The new Bethel, now in process of
erection in Cincinnati; will be one of the
most complete of the kind in our country.
Its cost will be sixty thousand dollars,
and four thfusand children can be accom
modated in its spacious rooms.
One of the oldest citizens of Washing
ton City recently in a religious meeting
remarked there were never before so many
earnest, outspoken Christisn men in Con
gress as now.
• Cauren Eugnette.
An exchange says: if, instead of the
closing anthem, some of our ministers
should, at the close of the service, give
the orders, "Attention. worshippers• I"
Forhats—dive ! For overcoats—go !
Jerk—twist—plunge! Make yourself rid
iculous all!" the effect would hardly be a
variation from the present style of getting
ready to go out of church. The sounding
of the doxology seems to be the signal for
a general putting on and adjustment, and
when the benediction is about to be pro
nounced, the ruffled congregation look
more like jumping out of the windows,
or uniting In a crushing and crowding
race for the doors than listening to the
solemn words of the good pastor. At
one of our well-filled churches on Sunday
evening, it was observed that at least
every third man was going through these
ridiculous motions while the services
were closing, although the sermon had
been excellent, and had lasted only forty
eight minutes. Why do not people wait
until the proper time to do these things?
There is a time for everything, but that
time does not always occur during church
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The business of officelmsking in Wash
ington may be judged from the fact that
since Monday morning two thousand
appoes all ki intment nds s hav;
been made. This in
ever, not going to the Senate. " h am `
It is probable that the present extra ses
sion will not last longer than the 20th in
stant. All of the treaties of importance
have been disposed of or will be laid
over, and, consequently, nothing remains
to be done except to act upon the tontine
tions, which are sow being sent -in with
It.will be one of the first official acts of
the new Minister to communicate the're
jection of the Alabama treaty to the Brit
ish Government, to be followed, it is be
lieved, by the submission of a new plan
of settlement, quite at variance frobilhat
urged, by Secretary Seward so long, and
very opposite to the one on which Lord
Clarendon and Reverdy Johnson agreed.
Minister Motley will leave for London be
fore this Ist of June. '
Considerable feeling has been developed
lately among certain Senators over the
remarks of Mr. Sprague on various oc
casions. Although Mr. Sprague has not
really given any foundation for the inti
mation, the majority of his political ano.
elates in the Senate seem to think'that he
has determined to part company with
them, and express the belief that he
will hereafter be found acting with the
Democratic party. •
The House Committee on the Ninth
Census have decided to solicit informa
tion from all sections of the Erni ted'atates
as to the resources, growth, and develop
ment of the country. The Committee
will go to Nevi -York, Philadelphia,
Boston Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Chi
cago. In each of these pities they will
hold sessions for the pur6ose of placing
themselves In communication with the
various statistical societies, prominent
manufacturers and agriculturalists. They
will also recommend to the President, the
appointment of a commission of two or
tLree gentleman to attend the Interna
tional Statistical Coneress. which meets
at the Hague, next (mushier.
Pennsylvania Postmasters Appointed.
The Postmaster-Geperal has made the
foll Owing appointments for Pennsyl
East Liberty, Fayette county—JohnW.
Stoner, vice NV illiam Mcßarne, removed.
Mount Lebanon, Allegheny county--
John P. Eaton, vice E, Hanizam,
Newry, Blair county—F. McCoy, vice
H. Mclntosh, failed to bond.
Bakersville. Somerset county—L. Len
hart,ivice J. N. Morrison, resigned.
Brown's Mills, Franklin county--H.
Young, vice A. Dalrymple, absconded.
Belleyernen, Fayette county,—William
P. Mackay, vice L. Boyle, removed.
Benford Store, Somerset. county—H.
Casebeer, vice F. Smith, superseded
by change of site.
West Newton, Westmoreland county--
J. J. Patterson, vice James Hamilton,
Wyalusing, Bradford ceinnty—G. H.
Welles, rice J. G. Keeler, removed.
Port Matilda, Centre county—W. W.
Illanney, vice R. Campbell, deceased.
Canal, Venango county— E. M. Brown,
vice WED. Bean, removed.
Adatnsburg, Westmoreland county—
Wzn. Jones, vice Mrs. Kreider, resigned.
CJchran's Mills, Armstrong county--
C. Bovard, vice Win. H. Carnahan, re
Rebersburg, Centre county—P. Wood
ling, vice Sam'! Frank, removed.
Spruce Creek, Huntingdonticounty—N.
Lytle, rice E. B. Isett, removed.
Shirleysburg, Huntingdon County—
Wm. B. Leas, rice A. Fraker, removed.
Mill Creek, Huntingdon county—S. A.
Hughes, rice B. R. Foust, removed.
Mapletown, Greene county—A. F
Maple, rice C. A. .Mestrezat; removed.
Tenure-of -office Holders.
Heretofore, men who secured appoint
ments to and confirmations in office, have
regarded themselves safe for at least four
years. I had a conversation with Mr.
Delano upon this point, in regard to rev
enue officers. His aim would be, he said,
to select good men. and to this end he had
asked acd would continue to ask the ad
vice of citizens in various localities who
had no personal interest to serve.. Hav
ing filled the offices, he would sustain the
agents of the Government in the dis
charge of their official duties, and would
not be governed by complaints, coming
from interested sources. He is aware that
the first act of revenue thieves is to try
to bribe officers. Failing in this. they
seek to destroy their characters. Me will
aim to appoint men who have characters
that cannot be easily destroyed, and then
he will give them all reasonable support;
but in all eases officers are to regard then.
selves as on trial; that is to say. the offi
cial guillotine is to be kept coVtantly in
view. The business of officirs is to entorce
the laws, and a failure to enforce will be
regarded as a sufficient cause for removal.
If, for example, whisky should continue
to be sold on 'Change in Cincinnati, or
shipped from Cincinnati to New Orleans,
and sold there below the cost of produc-,
tion, while the distilleries in the Second
Distribt are in full blast, that will be con
sidered sufficient cause for the removal of
revenue officers. You see the point. The
rule is a good one. In nine cases out of
ten the guillotine that drops under that
rule will cut off the lead of a corrupt or
incompetent officer. Officers, in such
cases, are not to be asked to show cause
why they Should not be dismissed—they
are to be dismissed, and they will first
hear of it by a telegraphic announcement,
which will read about as follows :
• J. B. C. was to-day appointedColley
k -- mof the District of —, in place
C. B. J. removed.
Justification forsuch simmer) , proceed.
Ingo is to be found , in the necessity for a
thorough execution of thela*s. Officers
will take notice, and govern themselves
accordingly.-- Wash: Igor. Cin. Gazette.
GIZANT'S Pozzcv.—The World' Wash
[ngtort correspondent says that Grant has
war policy, and that he is determined
to absorb ail North' America: He ad
mires the Administrations of Jefferson
and Polk when territory was added to
the Union. Canada And . the West'lndies
remain. Mr S eward ;' says' the corres
pondent, talked these matters into the
General, and soon converted him to his
views. Strange as it may seem, Grant,
according to the same authority, has ac
cepted Butler as his right bower, and
Butler's trip to Nova Scotia was• part of
the grogramme. Feelers are thrown out,
says the correspondent, with the object
learning how far the people will back up
If all this is tine, an era of excitement
And interest opens up before ,na,; and:
newspapers will have a world or btisi
neSsi r. • •
Milawastaren sat Wholesolei ' Beaus t
Lamps, Lame*, Chandellers,
AND LAMP COODS. i
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING 0/y.9,
BENZINE. &e. -
N0..147 Wood- St reet..
R tow: Between sth and et a Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.. I
t) k_a-111 O
•f:;' t' 2. ' • 7,` -
PotWe are n oar: tyreparet• : entMWTiunire and
ters. It is perfect, simple. and he
the plain top, having the names of the various
Pratte stamped upon the cover. ratliatinKfrom
theeenter. and an index or pointer stamped upon
.thptep of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely 'plaelne the name of the Suit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealingln
the. Customary roan n. r. Nu preset ver of fruit or
good housekeeper wilt vim any other atter once
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NEW SPRING GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, MosHns, Dress Goods,
FULL LINE OF
S 7. MARKET STREET. S 7.
.ate Wilson, Carr I C 10.,)
WHOLZBALN DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD SMILE%
Third door above Diamond allaT,
PIANOS. ORGANS. &O.
BLIP THE - BEST AND CHEAP'.
Ea PIANO AND gROAN.
Schomacker's Gold Modal Plano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN,
The SCHOMACICEN PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known in the eon
strintion of a Ant class instrument. and Mut al-
Ways been awarded the hin nest premium ex
hibited. Its tone Is full, Sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for duraby anbeauty, 'tunas/
all others. Prices from IISO to U5O fooollig
to style and ) cheaper than all other caUO so
first elms Plano. -
the COTTAOIC OSMAN .
Stands at the head of all reed Instruments. in
producing the most perfect pipe_quality or toao
of any similar instrument In the United States.
It Is simple and compact in Construction. and
not liable to set out of order.
CANPENTER , ti PATENT " VOX EIDNANA
TREMOLO"Is only_to be found in this Organ.
Price from ii/00 to SSIKI. All guaranteed for live
BAER, /MAKE & WITTIER,
No. BT. CLAIR STEXET.
Pl4OlOB AND ORGANS -Ali en•
ore new stook of •
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:
PRINCE & CO% OROANB AM) KRLODIC. ,
ONB and TREAT; LIMILEX CO'S OROANB
AND ItELODEONB. •
der' -48 Fifth avenue; Sole Amt.
M'PHERSON lb MUHLANBRING,
No. 10 sixth (Late ' Bt. Street.astri
(Soctotasoro t• W. H. Mee= i• C 0.,)
. . . .
Have just received their car selected stock
of Sprng and Summer (;Dods. and WU! be glad
to show or sell them to old and new evotemers,
The Cutting Department wilt still be superin
tended by Xi'. 0.41. MUHLAXBRING.
I take pleasure in recommending the above irm
to the liberal ninonof t he Imbues.
tabilliti — W. H. HUGEL .
.(Late Cutter with W. Hespentewe.)
. 83 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
NEW SPRING goons;
A. meat,' new stick of • •
Just rect4yeS by aunty BE' Es.
• el 4: • merchant Tailor. TS Smithfield street.
. MEO RANIC.A.VENGLNEER;
Amylase and itorelgu; retentg No, 79 - P s
PHs& bTilrg7t Allegheny 0 11 , 1.'ke.
9 . - 11111telt !Moe, Weehlagion; D. O. .ape
Jockey, Dickens and. - •
' Derby Collars.
PiLACCELIIK, GLYDE & CO.
78 and 80 Narket Street.
IN ALL PAPER
OF • . •
New and Handsome Designs,
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of newest deafens from the FINEST STAMP
MD GOLD to the CHEAPEST Karre.r.ir known
to the trade. An of which we offer st prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE
W. P. MARSEKALL,'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. ziabG
SHEETINGS AND BATTINi},
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
I PrPral.l3l7ll4 - 4EI.
Mau iliciarera °IMAM MaD/1731 anti LIGHT
ANCHOE AND BIAGNOLIA
RTTICETINGS &No RATTING.
,DR. War-. rt. %NMI:RUES TO- TREAT, ALL
%,, j private diseases-Syphilis in * all its forma
Gonorrhea, Ellett,* Stricture, Craning, and all
urinary diseases. and tee elects of mercery are
compLetem eradicated .1- Shermatorrhea pr 'octet.
nal Weakness • awl Impotency, resetting „trete
self-abate or other cagl•Nt, and which Prunus'
gamest( the following efe-cte; as hlmottes, bodily
weakness, indigestion, consu m ption, aversion to
society, unnumlbices„ dread of Altura event",
loss of memory, indelecce , uocuiruill ezaishiehd,
and dually so ProstrcUne the sexual systent u to
render marriage ausatislactoty. and avier*
imprude ut. are peract..ently cured. Forst:mita-
Met ed witb these er any other delicate. illtrieste
or long standing constlintional complaint should
give too Doctor a trisirlis never' mu , . ' -
A liarnoular attentiou even to all Female coin
plaints, I.encorthea Sr Whites, Palling. Indian
nUmien or Uleerth ism of the Womb,
prutitis, Amenorrh•ea. Menorritagla, wysaan
norrhoea and btertilty or Barrenness, are treat.
ed with me greatest success.
It is srlf.evident that la phystotan who confines
his sellexclusively to the study of a certain class
oC diseases and treats- theusande of roue *Tarr
min aollittre, greater shill Laths" 'specialty
an one in general-practioe.- .... • , •
.... a Doctor liabi li ties* Wmetlial tahlphlet 'of
allY Pales tnat r elvegst Coil exposotion of venereal
mu private disemealthat cant e had free aSolico -
or by Mail for two stainps, ill Sealed:envelopes.
Every valence coataierraStrueuon• to the *f
illeted+ and enabling them to determine the pre.
else nature Of their oomplalnta
The 'es t abLishme___,lnt - comprisirg ten ample
roomete central.. When It is net convenient to
Visit' the °it?. -tho Doctor?' opinion can be oh..
loaned torinfing a written statement of the case.
and medicines can be. forwarded b by' mail or OX..
In some inhumes; , however, a personal
exassariatiOnsta •alnointely ntereary, while In
others daily personal attention I. ret ired, and
ibr the accommodatitin t Conch Patten
apartments connected with the othce are pro.
tided with every requisite that is calculated, to
promote Including medicated 'vapor
um. preseritions:'are prepared - in the .
Doctor's elln laboratory. under blapersonal su
pervision. Medical pamphlets at, omen free, or
DY Mall for two ittunpa No matter who hue
failed; read what be says.: Hours 9 a.x. WTI
. Sundays IS la to Sp. M. .011100,1 4 10. 9 WTLIS
ItTiIEST, (near Court Masa) Fittsbugh, At.
~GIUIiT AUCTION SALE
SACRUM A: CARLISLE'S
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Trimmings,
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, &e., &c,
No. 27 Fifth Avintie,
Having secured the store roomJ No. 29 Flf:h
avenue,lately oc^npled by A. H. Angllsh & Co.,
-we have removed the entire stock of
MACRUM & CARLISLE
From their old more,l
N©.l9 FIFTH A.V*.NUE,
And will continue
DAILY AUCTION - SALES,
Commencing THURMAN', April Ist, at 2 P. 3f.
Sad st 10 a. sr., 2 and 7 .r.'3f. oven , dny here
•alter unth the entire stock Is cloned oat.
K. B. SMITHSON alt CO.,
MACRUM & CARLISLE Invite the attention
of their old customers to the elegant new stork
they have Joe: opened at their new store. No. 27
Rl* TH Al/EN UE sv2
New Spring Goods.
A FULL LINE
In Jaconet, Hamburg and Hulse.
At the Lowest. Prices.
IN ALL smas AND. COLOR&
LACE VOLUME, new style,
SILK SCARFS, for ladles,
CORSETS, In white and colored,
VALENCIENNES AND TEMEAD,
Cluney and Maltese Laces.
GENTS FURNISIEWG GOODS,
OP ALL DESCH rPTIONS
WHITE STAR SHIRTS,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
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3-ply and 2-plv Ingrain.
The above Includes all the Newest
Styles and Designs and are now In Store
and arriving, to be sold
LOW FOR CASH,
OLIVER FOLINTOCK & On
23 Fifth Avenue.
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as good stock and at
as low prices as any other house
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Pips and Two Plys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOVARD, ROSE Sc CO.,
satill:dtr2l FIFTH AVENUE.T
IN THIS MARKET_
We simply request a comparison of
Prices, Styles and Extent of Stoek.
The largest 'assortment of low priced goods I.
any establishment, East cr West.
.4-0. 51 FIFTH eirE.TUR,.
SIVE ME IND MONEY.
I'FARLAND do COLLINS
Hare Now Open Their
New Spring Stock
TAPE STRY VELVET,
English Body Brussels.
The Choicest Styles ever offered'
in MiB Market. • Our Prices ore
A SPLENDID Luz Op
Good Cotton Ob t ain Carpets
25 CENTS PER YARD.
& COLLINS, ,
71 AND, 73
mhe (SECOND 'moos.)
11,12 INGER,LY & CLEIS, Sqccessgirs
to eso. Botitrintsult, C 0. .&
The "only Steani Lithoanohlo Establishment
West of the Mountains.. BURillele (lards, Letter
/leads. Bonds, Label!, Olretilsrq,ehow:Oards,
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