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jj• THE I OR. TEr.
The cantering* meeting thrtngh at last,
We bola irsonnd thevestr
To sea the Ogle conntripplagnsat,
Like snot-reds Willing tolls mated.
3hakitravenn that lingo i
11/ level Musket.flashes littea,
- .mewl who stepped before them all.
114 ho longed to see me set the , ml ties.
But. no—she kb:lobed and toot my arm!
• We let the old folks have the highway,
And stared toward the Menet Farm
Along liana of lovers.* by-way.
I can't rtmitimiwrwhat we said,
Twat; noV In g worth a song or story. •
t thst gudwysth by Width we sped
Seemed all transformed and in a glen%
RbU sno w was crisp beneath our feet.
The *moon was ts 11. the acids were gleaming.
Be hood and tippet sheltered sweet.
ferrite with youth and health was beaming.
The littler hand outside her muff—
. sculptor. If you could butsnouhl
Se lightly touched myjacket tiff,
To keep it warm I bad to hold r.
Yoliatte her with ins—there alone—
' 'Twits love, and rear, and triumph blended.
Attest we reached the fool•worn stone.
Hikers the delicious Journey ended. •
The •eld folks. ton, were almost home:
• Her dimpled band, the latches fingered:
We heard the voices neare come. •
Yet on the door-step still we lingered.
She shook her ringlets from her hood,
And with a "Thank you. Ned," dissembled.
But yet I knew she under's , od
. •• With what adaring wish .l trembled.
- A cloud passed kin 'ly overhead.
The moon was slyly peeplug through it.
Yet bid its taco as it said
.t.!Come , now or never! do it! do ft!" •
My lips till then bad only known •
The kits of mother and of sister,
Bet Somehow, 'full upon her own
• ...Sweet, rosy, darling mouth—l kissed her,
Perhaps 'twee boyish love, yet still, -
_0 Siam* woman,.weary lover,
To }eel once more that fresh, wild thrill. :
Pt] •grver—but who 'cap , youth over? =
. - lMeintan.
- SCARLET fever is raging in Hnnting
Tmr. DemoCISS are about , to start a
newspaper in Altoona.
.had a bat#l of mad dogs
pist *reek; and killed them all. '
dacki are 'unusually plenty in
the lielgiabQrhood of WilliaMsport.
Tax bloek-hanse, a land mark in the
history of , DanAlle, is being demolished.
A Yowia,/ans's Christian Association
,been.lonned at Northumber.
.' A Mon of horse thieVes made a.raid
in Fulton county. near idetonnellsburg,
iget week and gobbled up several horses.
TEE boiler Of a colliery near Millers.
burg burst last Tuesday, fatally scaldiag
cone boy,. but doing no other serious in.
Naas 'ELLA Bpirrien is a candidate for
ConntY, Superintendent in Northumber.
.land. She has six male rivals :for the
TIM new - hotel's% the Gettysburg Irata
-Ipine springs is almost completed, and
• will probably be ready for Occupation in
thnefor.tke summer season..
- Tint new ,Leldgh county caol is fin•
.ished. It has forty cells and a comforta
ble dwelling house for the Sherift, and is
said to , be quite a model prison.
TEri. Altoona Vindicator, phoenix-like,
bas been burned out and risen fresh and
vigorous from its sakes ' aid we hope a
new en of success has, now opened' up
Tau ladies of the M. E. Church in
Wellsboro recently gave a maple-sugar
party, where warm fresh maple-sugar was
served to all customers. and a neat sum
was cleared for the church.
FIRES' on the mountains are already
burning before the snow _and ice are all
gone from the ravines. Props for mines
and sills for railroads will be scarcer and
more costly for, this vandalism which
burns , our young timber annually.—
A TOTIN G man named Isaac Reggie,
employed at Cople in digging a cut for
the construction of f s switch for the use
of the . Carbon Iron Company, to a lime-
Stone quarry in the vicinity, was acci
dentallykilled on Thursday last, by the
falling ~ in of a ..bank of earth.—Easten
Tan Lawrence Jou rn al says: On Tues
day lost, John Russell, a teamster, was
coming down- the declivity at the east
end of the Shenango bridge in this city,
with a heavy load on his wagon, himself
standing on the brake, when he was
thrown off, one of the wheels passing
over his body: He was badly crushe d.
and his recovery is considered doubtful.
ON Tuesday afternoon a child of Rev.
J. A Dixon, f the Methodist Episcopal,
Church at ianover, aged about eighteen
months, was 'drowned in , a pall of water
standing on•the floor. Mrs. D. had oc
casion to leave the room a few moments,
and on returning found the child almost
lifeless, with its head in the pail. Every
exertion was made to restore life, but all
in nin.--Gettystnirso Star.
•Tire Chester' Republican says a little
girl named Imogene Walters, aged seven
years i .residing in Middle Ward. is mis
sing 'from her home. A blind colored
woman called at the house of the parents
of 'lmogene on Friday morning, a week
ago, and asked permission of her mother
to take hetto thehouse of a near neigh
bor: ' Sincofthen neither the woman nor
the child hal. been heard from.
Rao* the Vamp Mises we clip the
following pdroleem items: Operations are
being earned on more widely tlum at any
previntuiltm : 'Nevi Wells areheing dug
cleaned out and torpedoed, a n s.
team anew, and all the valuable expert
' eitCti!fc past, drivelopmeats offered to rea
der operations more- siccesideL Intern.
aka' Or men Predict.. the investment , of a
Vesta Mount of, capital is the business
the:coining summer; than there has been
heretoferki -,• `; '' ' '
1- Xriotrio l bliii4 living not half a dozen
of miles sws frop berSitas the victim
of WO, list .131. sight. He
. wm • t i: , , pitleillar ,Psweet!' on.
36rovirvvvazobid ii , *l' agYenit
, liana. Tad. i • Oka: 0084 •thet- 411 *
di t est!:l4eieW to keep company, and.
tOnveyts4lo ' fAti xtailMg,tbe girl aut
-e r 0 1 rool2 Fe ig iending ilq!tcs,W; the:
/ 11 4 tth . . - :14,19 . 41 111 04 the % 7P l i n t
' igen% br , , '. rig, lato4he ,parlikafinge
, c r;ktadest *Saner, ',There,: a
'befit. Ms and rtui, hoop_ to your, mother;
Irate /14 1 e OYS. , we l in bed
tet s lbtak,sl ' „,-
~,, ~,11 1p Lenquiter /pguiret ,we clip
%fit 0 owingaccount TA' a Bedew ',riot
at --Maxi4t* , : , , ~, , • -, , ,
4.s oloyeokeecnirred at;the "Upper
• !Batton, you Wednesday evening, between
a number of Irishmen, rowdies,, and,
rivermen, which onginated in a dispute
About illt trifling ; SUM of money. 'A, B a p.
• ipmecher,•in his efforts to make peace,.
ulti.v ! Attingly brought down the entire as
-2111-1t on his own head. He, in self-de- -
Awe seized an axtviand struck down ,
several of bisassallaitti - and made his way
for the *an, hotly pursued. He was in.
*excepted : by an " Itisbtown bully," Dock
Levi, when a deadly struggle ensued,
but liken the contest between': Pilgrim'
end the'Dragon, the pr . eacher came off
victorious, by, chopping into the head' of
his assailant with the axe, and . crawling
under the cars, succeeded in getting in
on the other side. When the rowdies
found he was on the cars. they threvi ,
stones promiscuously into the windows,
causing the passengers to get down upon
the floor of the car for safety, although
several Were struck with'" stones, and
nothing could have saxed.the life of the
preacher except the starting of the train.
The preacher is said to be a man of
peaceful and inoffensive habits„ and was
only desirous of receiving the blessing
of the peacemakers. The riot continued
for some time longer. and although there
were no murders, some of the cuts and
stabs were of a very serious nature.
ASHLAND has a velocipede school in the
Lours BaNcnorr and wife celebrated
their golden wedding in Springfield, Ohio,
on the 10th inst.
A "'sits ago, Sunday, Jesse Bishop,
Treasurer. of Somerset township, Bel
mont county; absconded with two thou
Mr. THOMAS FORD, hotel keeper at
Monroe, while feeding a fractious horse,
recently, received a kick which sent him
fifteen feet back into the stable, and
so injured him internally, that he died.
lonTAßuis. COUNTY has not one offi
vial who has reached the age of forty. The
District— Attorney is the °ldes% being
thirty-eight, and the Clerk of WE Courts
the youngest, being twenty-seven years
GROIiND has been broken for the new
Reaper and Mower knife worksin Akron,
and the building is to be rabidly pushed
forward. When completed, the work will
give employment to nearly four hundred
THz New Lisbon and Ashtabula Rail.
road was sold on the 17th for $lB,OOO.
The purchasers were Jay Gould, James
Fisk, Jr., C• M. and W. C. Andrews, and
L. D. Rucker—all of the Erie and At-
AFiricertomern SoNorThe Cadiz Be.
pubtican says : Mr: John Anderson, of
East /siverpool, Columbiana 'county, has
recently learned. that his son William,
who for six or eight years past was stip
posed to be dead, is living in Pittsburgh,
in excellent health, and quite oblivious of
the fact that he has long been mourned
as dead by hiknearest friends-
Olt Tuesday of last week; as Mr. Cal.
Chamberlain,residing in the neighbor
hood of Ea st Palestine, - Columbiana
county, Ohio ' , Arai bailing maple syrup,
ho was seized with a fit and fell against
the kettle,spilling . the 'boiling contents
over his ack and left Will i scalding them
in a most terrible manner. He laid with
kis head in the fire until it was burnt to
a crisp, extending to his right eye and
down the left side of the face to the chest.
Tint Canton Repenter, says : "Large
shipments of building stone are -being
made from the quarries of Waterhouse
& Company to Pittsburgh, to be used in
the construction of a new building to be
erected the present season for banking
purposes, some of the blocks, as they
come from their ancient beds, seem better
fitted for the massive works of olden time
than the lighter construction of modern
days, several that we noticed being
some four feet square by eighteen feet in
A DAY OF HORROR.—Wednesday was
a day of the most—startling excitement
and sensation ever known in 'this city.
The violent death of Mr. Soule, the sui
cide of Mr. Wolf, the death of Mr.
singer, the report that a young lttly had
committed etticide at Exton,
and th e rumor
that a young man living a, ahoy 'distance
from the city had , blown 'out his tiains
with a shot gen, together with one that
Wm. McKinney, Agin - m . ly of this city,
had hung himselfi in Cincinnati, were all
the subjects of remark and speculation.
No wonder people became excited. Such
a day of horrible events is seldom realized
anywhere—even in Menge—much less
in quite steady Dayton,--Dayton Index.
Tias. are 578,400 acres_of wild land
offered for sale in Ws State for 25 and 50
cents per acre-50,000 of which are in
Wyoming county and 20,000 in Pendle
IN Grafton, on Tuesday, about two
o'clock, the scaffold of a new brick house
which Mr. Labia; Perdue was building
for a residence fellwith Mr. Perdu oz it,
and injured him so severely that he died
about eleven o ' clock the satue night.
THE Greenbrier Independent, of the
27th ult., has 'the following item: A.
little boy, aged four years,. dearLivesitra;
Mill, in this county, wet: 'with -a horrible,
death-on Sunday ' evening last;.:: It:seems,
that the unfortunate little fellaw wags*.
ring a kettle of boiling sugar water, when.
he lost his balanceand fell into the kettle,
and was liteitily cooked alive. ' 1 !
Tme MorgantoweYorl, of .thellOth
start saYti: Th e ii;P.;flutuilli Mill over,
Cheat, wmich 'was destroyed ;
.by Are on
Monday night week, was Certainly the.
work of an incendiary, The / property
was very valuable—worth from twenty
to - twenty.flve thousand. and
there was several hundred' dollamworth
Of grain destroyed besides,. Itivas owned
by Jaeger!. Chese;Stnpli it 'ed.; of Pitts•!
and Welearn was only partly
n ux re s' ton De ~1
n so If
at Bays - ,
vI On Bi g _
' Eikin Creekiabent eight from Wes
ton,three children-of .filidtain.f3panr were
'crossing 'the foot-log seer. thee:saki - lost
their balance and felt Intelhe waSeri''The
oldest child ,-. a boy, , saved' himself , ' land
the next, a little: girl, floated.' down, streatn Wm Cei'and ' by f the aid ur
s ome ts.erhiti g bullet; she insigigedso'
keep up until VP. IMIVed. 'The.yonUgl
d r ,
tive4lo,:avenr., midi 11:9 1 4 4 054:
iinas* ediatelit '4nd. when the netlY WM re- 1
povere4 life:was extinct.
Tim Xorgantown Post lays: • !glAithe,
Messrs. Griffiths Were,. engaged , In =h.'
isig a wail nest the top - . :of. a ridge . on:th e
'Big 'l3ll.rfey; l five miles 'nem ,this ;dace,'
02 Monday last, In 1 004 by' die aide of
a Ine rack : '=which h ad 'to be avoided;
:being toe - large ' to - , iiioye - - 1 -Ahey , retina's
let y - Thely inade*o,ne Nt , ill ,*Oll '.etenent•'
eatbkithier,lia pat - upi in thelest Style: •
Curiosity le d the, hands to reconnoitre,'
and they found that the
,Mall Was tinned
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PrITSBURGH GAZETTEC Ttntsray. APRIL 20, 1869.
in a spare cotabout twelve feet, witlithis
loge roelt,which is estimated to weigh
two hundred tont,. resting on the top.
'Whit is inside the wall, who buittitArbat
It' was built for,
.and hoW the reek 'was
placei on top, of it, is let to belound
out. Near the scene of the above they
have found several caves in` the bill that
surpass anything of the mind yet known
for bftuty." •
The Midshipmen's Ball.
Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
U. B. Naval,Academy, 1
ANNA-I'ollS i April 11th 1869.
The ball given here by the Midship- -
men of the second class, last evening, was
a great success. The attendance was
scarcely as large as had been ekpected,
but in Rhe course of . the evening it was
satisfactorily determiled that ,a large
number of visitors would have been pro
ductive of, ess pleasure, and of more in
convenience to all present; as it was,
however, there was just, enough room to
render all comfortably at their ease.
The earlier and late trains from both
Washington and Baltimore were filled
with brilliant parties of invited guests,
representing the highest military, naval,
civil, diplomatic, and fashionable circles.
At a. little alter ten , the guests began to
enter the ball-roora, and at about io.se;
the overture by the band, opened the ball.
Upon first • entering the room a scene
most beautiful and brilliant was presented
to the view, and it was fblly appreciated,
if we could by, the many expres
sions of delight and admiration which
were uttered bithose present. The room
was very elegantly decorated, the walls
being covered with flags, evergreens &c,
and with quantities of arms of various
kinds, from the bright polished surface of
which the light was reflected in
every direction. The sides of the
room bore many and appropriate devices
and mettoes, while around the sidea'nest
the walla were groups of arms, oars, foils
and stacks of muskets, tastefully deco
, rated with, flowers, wreaths, &c. From
all the pillars hung beautibil arches of
evergreen, interspersed with flowers, and
the pillars themselves were concealed
from view by a number of flags grace-
fully twined around them.
The grand stand for the band was al
most hidden from view by flags, flowers,
but the bandsinen soon made the
guests aware of their presence by the
strains of soft and entrancing music
which filled the air. This Band, belong
ing to the Academy, has few superiors.
The light was furnished by an immense
chandelier, containing over a thousand
Jets, suspended directly over the centre of
the ball room:
But the most conspicuous object, and,
at the same, time, the most productive
of comfort, wags large and elegant foun
tain, erected for the °wagon, represent
ing lifmtune, (who is supposed to be the
guardian of all sailors, and Midshipmen
in particular,) who was accompanied by
his usual attending dragons, sea serpents, ,
water spirits, &c., and which spouted out
many little jets of water from whose
drops the light was reflected in brilliant
scintillations and the air filled with a
grateful coolness and freshness. This
was placed directly in the centre of the
room, in a large artificial lake, whose
waters were disturbed by the movements
of countless little gold and other fish,
who by their unceasing and sportive
movements seemed fully aware of
the festive character of the occasion
and determined to take part in it.
From every prominent point of the
fountain, to the mossy banks surround
' ing hung graceful arches ,of flowers
and eiergreena. .
The decorations of the ladles' dressing
) rooms were of a corresponding nature
land elegance to those of the ballroom it.
'self. inscriptions such. as "Trop belle
I pour ce monde,gueique yeas y'etes wore,"
,("Too beautiful for this world although
you still remain here.") and others, were
tastefully arranged upon the walls _with
The opening dance of the ball was it
galop, which was followed , by others in
quick success;on with slight intervals be-',
tween, until about 2
.a. m., when a Grand
March byl the band recalled to the mem
ory of the dancers that aomething else'
besides dancing constituted a ball. The
supper was not only elegant but substan- -
tial, presenting every delicacy in the
greatest variety and profusion.
After stipper was over the diming was
againresimed and the "German" com
menced, the openin g _ dance being a Ga
lop composea by Miss B 14.------,
Of Detroit, expressly for the occasion.
L The beautiful dresses of the ladies, the
brilliant uniforms of the officers and mid
shipmen attached to the Academy, who
all appeared in full dress uniform; togeth-;
er with the tasteful decorations of the
ball.rooini combined to : foint, a. spectacle
at once brilliant, imposing and not soon
to be forgOtten,
The German continued until six A. id.,,
;when the gray streaks of dawn had al
ready forced their way in the room, and
the Morning "gun fire" announced that
'the ball was over. Then ended the first
!ball of.the lass of '"70," and it is said to
have been h e
Most successful fete of 'any
ever given (at this Academy. --L.
A Jima Phase of the ht;allectine Mania
.carmi i"..l4tonwr ' writes to the zoston
lately, !visited Where, for my -enter
takurrieut,. an albuit was shown, used for
'ar purpose i',new , to -me. It- was of sky.
blue,paperv.sruL on each .alterriate page
,were profiles cut from white paper,..beauti.
fully and neatl Contrasted with the color
•of the. letd! , ' I lined that it required' no.
irdieCinniti,ii' Welt to, *take these so that
Vol borestrting iesentbleuce to the faces
for whic h they, were cut. I recognized
Washington, Grant ' , Lincoln, Edwin
:Booth andOtharthand alsomany &equal:A
/111CM, The profiles of zelebrities were
copted,lnnit-, familiar, pictures, •• those .of
friends Were: :4#f original" designs by gm,.
ingenious •artist. -; s. gentleman. , was . cut
.nrosolegged as it .4s his -wont 'to
another Was cut leaning upon his. arm— ,
Ala Want Vert graderaf attitude—though
most `Of , the .`tollection 'was of 'merely
:the head' and bust, though if; a noted
character could well' be introduced, it
added.to r the naturalness of the work. I
'4B , thttolt ' stirpriiel that a . collection, so
pretty' f ogid., be made without , ,great
natural genius ; but when 1 tried it my.
I selfguy pride was' much elated at my we.,
'cots p stiU lather, .I persuaded' friends to.
tryit,• and theirs -wasfthe• .sante pleasing
result; recommend 4CW all Who
love nice work
able diversion.. • <
_ _ .
Tim pefiters of New York are,'lOn
strike. • The rem. vlni- three,
dollars for ,eigllttPlarta; .04a / 10 -* , clian4
four dollars. forjibiglit , ,hiittre„.
EL OR -KELLY,
Maasdkorareis indlraoisaele Desists
Lanipsi Lams, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Aiso, mason A.ND LTIBIUCATING OXLS.
BENZINE. ace. '
N 0.147 Wood Street.
seg:n22 Between sth and elth Avenues.
1 - FRUIT CAN, TOPS.
th center . ton
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by 'merely plailuir' the risme of the fruit the
can oortains opposite the_polister and sealing In
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper VIII use any other after once
seeing It. mli
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NEW SPRING GOODS
• JUST OPENED,
TUMORS F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, Inslins, Dress Gends,
FULL LINE OF
W. MARKET STREET. ST.
etARS, McCANDLESS & CO.,
v Mite Vllsot s Cur k C 0..)
WHOLZSALI DI/ALMA IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
• No. 94 WOOD STUMM,
Vbird door above Diouzioad alley.
• .1 1 314708.
Ia 11n( 'TIME
J,Jr EST PIANO
latest velnable imps°
struction of a Hest el
ways been awarded
binned. Its tone is fa
an Price! frog
to style d
called litst• class 1
'Steads at the lie
ptot i o ng the
ot a *miler '
ist . yle
xiot; table tei
Price 11 01 =4111
vertu • •
lOold Medal Piano,
PIANO eozabinee•all the
manta reown in the con
e Lnetrument. and.hu al-
I he highest problem ex-
, sonorous and sweet. The
r tinny and beauty, forma
550 to 4150,_ (according
`-n all other so-
linty _of tone
'aced tor live
ONB [nd TR]
rot at ;16):f.11341a fr,!l;il
M'PHERSON 4% - MUHLANBRING,
No. 10 taiti (Late St. Clair) Street.
Olotetasori to W. IL it C 0..)
Have jolt nctieed.thelt craftily grained stock
of Spring and hammer Eloods. and 'will be glad
to 'bow or Atli themto old and ntSsi elastomers. '
The Cutting :Departypentiwth_p_..nlk be superin.
traded by sir. C. A. mUltLhatairdiNG -- . • ,
I take tessdre in recounnending.tho abase Ann:,
W.tbe 11 rol support of sbe public.
laniltial W. H. hfctiAlt. ,
". 41 , 10 Cutter Vitt W FiegPenbeldea
. 33 Silatiidfild Street;Pittainrgla.
NEW' SPRING EWODS:,'
t A! Flamed new IlltoolC ot
1 4 0 TH4 VitiatifillSt qo
JlistlrePervedbyHENßY VAT,L O
- satlt - Mete TS imittallitttrest.
s:1 * BANWAL IBM:UNDER.)
I.FtszTIOWICNGIN)DEE Amid Solicitor - et
md an 'and Torelim 19 F,EpT
ERA], eiTEXAT. AlleithetTAlM ts.i
:N. s...Bhuich elate, Waiimost4s,_ D . C . C a
c r ,• T/ONB, &C.
(MEAT AUCTION SALE
noßum & CARLISLE'S
wines STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Trimmings,
'GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., &c.
No. 27 Fifth, Aventii,
Having secured the stoke room. No. 29 Fifth
avenue, lately' occupiedH. Itngilsb A Co.,
we have removed. the entire stock of
MACRUM & CARLISLE
Fermi - their old store,
No:19 FIFTH AVENUE,
DAILY' AUCTION SALES
, . _ .
Commencing TRIIRSDAY. ADrll let, at 2 P. N.
and st 10 A. N.. 2 and 7Y. tt. every day here.
atter ;milt the entire stock is dosed oat. •
Cs • H. B. - SMITH ON it CO..
YACBIIIS & CAMAS= invite the attentiOn
of their old customers to the elegant new stock
they have.Jost opened at their new store,. /so. 27
Fh TH A NUE. •• • •ap2
NOw Spring Goods.
In JJaconet, Hamburg and Swiss.
1 WHITE - GOODS,
At.' the Lowest Prices.
LACE COLLARS. new style,
SALE SCARES, for Ladles,
CORSETS, In whtte and adored.
Vdt.IINCIENNES AND TIEIREI.B7),
Cluney and Maltese L aces.
GENTS FURNISHING; GOODS,
Jo key, Dickens and Deck l y Gahm
S WHITE STAR SHIRTS,
A COXPLZTZ ASISORT=ITT.
78 and 80 Ihirket Street.
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPDINO AT
No. 107 Market Street
s. (NEAR FIFTH IiVEIII7E,)
Eli'bracing a large and carefully selected stock
of, the newest destirns from the FINEST STA-MT
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of .which we offer At prices that
wGI pay buyers teexamine.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
WALL PAPER. •
TO OLD PIPER STORE 111 A NEW PLACE,
I W. P. MARSHALL 'S .
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty - Street,
I:I3PRIXG.GbCDS ARRIVING DALLY. mh6
UeI:YX :TA' 1 1 1 5Ut
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Minn flestureTa °MEATS MXDIUM dad LIGET
ANCHOR AND NAONOLLI
ponoIiITINVES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases; 'Syphilis to ail Its 'forms,
orrites, (Beet, Btrieture,' Orchitis.... and
urinary diseases, and the effects. of mercury_ are
completety•eradicated; Bpermatorrhea or fiat:d
ual' Weakness :and. Impotency, • resulting, from -
seltotbUse or other causes, and which ;produces,
come of tuefollowing effects, ov blotches. bodily
:weakness. Indlgestion;consumption, aversion to;
socley, s; unmattliness. dread of nature events,
loss ; o Memory, indolence, nocturnal' creations..
andel ly so prostrating the mama tem as to
render - marriage ; unsatistacto l 7. , an ti;therefore
_dent, are : permituently cured. arsons af•
,gleted :with- these Or any ether delichr i sgetriente
or 'long standing ecoutitusionsl Como t should
give theXtoctor.gtriall ,he never fails. . • tr , r • •
enrUelller'attentionAtlin to all Penude cam
utt,, eurerehea Whitaw Falling, Indus.
tion Or: Ulcerationt of the .WomtroOvssitis,
;prtiritis, Amethrrhoes. bfenorrhara, Dystaan
itorrhomb i. and Sterility or Barrenness, are Meta
led !an e greatest gamest"
into.llo ; • - ; '
•erldeuttbat physician condom .
;Matted' oscillated) , to the Otudy et a eerign Man
of discuss nudtreati thousands of capes every.
year ,aoquite smeater,shill thet a Apeelaityl
I than 1911.111,
one Inmold practice.
The Dootorlptabliches a medieshpamphlet• -
fifty pageitr g ist s st _Mem pqsltlod otvienereal ;
and private l eases, at can belled freeotofteo
or by . malt or tWO isotope,. to melee envelepes..
Bverv. onlencestitainS =Si Retbass , torahs,. sr.
meted. and enabl th e lla rt " .44 Ae r mille: l 4 l ,4o ll ' ,
!clot nature of the r complaints. ,
The ; eel ablishotett i ::eomprlsife , Capin
rooms, is oantral, ,Wh en U . is litOicouveniene to •
visit the citr,„e octotts , opinion can be ob.,
wind by wing a written of the ease,
and medicines can; be; forwarded ay. roail Or ex...
press. lii some fustsmess„ •honever, a persooal
examination is absolutely' ,necefsary,' while fa ,
ethers dallyperlomil atUntion• id a :
for the accommodation I f each pqtl reuse;
apartments connected - with the °nice thetaei pro—.
vided *Ulf every, requisite that Is' calculated to
' imonlOit recovery; intiuding meditated; vapor
baths. All, , preseriDUelts ,are , Preparen-An in:
'.00.1.0es owAlsboratory. under hit personal stk..
Nedicsivimphtels ai OBee •• free, or
by *all air two stamps.. No Miattermho 1211V$
utlad„read what he says., Hour* A.Bto PM.
Ponds 12 Sr: to slp. at. No. U WY LIK
bTRitLT, (near .Court Honse,t Pittsburgh
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And will continue
A FULL LINE
x , - RI moms,
nt ALL STYLES AYD moss.
OP ALL. DPSOREPTIONS
SirvirnlrGs ANA ,
DR. • WHITTLER
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
_ 200 PIECES ,
450 PIECES • ,
3-ply and 2-ply Ingraii...
The above includes all , the Newest
Styles and Designs, and are now in Store ,
and arriving, to be sold • s
LOS FOR ASH,
OLIVER lITLINTORI -WS,
23 Fifth ASmitte.
We % are. new receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets; &c., and, are ,pre-,
pared to otter 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 Plys and Two Plys.';
Best assortment of . Ingtain Carpets - ,
in the Market.
130VARD, ROSE /c, C 0.,,,
21 Firm AVENUE.
IN THIS MARSET.I
We amply request s comparison of
Prices, Styles and Extent of Stock.
The largest assortment of low priced goads
any establishment, East or West.
AV. •51 FIFTH aIrEAVE,
SAYE TIME AND MONEY.
FFARLAND & COLLINS
Have Now Open Their
TAPESTRY • VEpVE'r,
English Body -Brussels.
The Choicest Styles ever Off'eretr
in this Market. 014? Pvices are
BPLIENDID LINE of
Good Cotton Chain Cari)oU,
CENTS' PER YARD.
IFIRLAND & GOLLINS,,
714 1 141) • 1 ' g A—reart
( 911 COMO MAR.
to Gio. P. ficalvdmult 0"
PaacTK.ais 10 10 1- Billina.
The Oilly swam zattioiguato;--itatstillstimest
West Or ttie - monatelzs. unsinesi Bards. Letter
Beads. Bonds. Labile, otristaarsi
_tune, eettmenteis of Der.
• DestPllstatvir4t= se. % Nos. TX wad
Third street. Plttabergh. •