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''.41:1411 oa Mt scorn, .-T- . .„ , -',
vim ra t. wherever bet
eary or w il l are borne;
• With an eye as t and
theheek u fair
As the esslieit uh or morn.
Wallidedng la and down• ___
A4: 4 dri.T.th.VOit.donr to door..
12:.ii.leat thr every idle e urn- • • -
_Alike butt far every, boor.
;-' f bilatheNroWed•etippered, in sttln and lace,
• 4 Otertuttling by her side.
',sap id . latfrosettisitlart ands nsiainetfusq.: -, :.....---• --
. - lilip carted into pride,
l . iNalttrthiffal .yet so frail
.150 *illing, yet so west%
Oh, what if tria bet - rt thould rat_. '
.•r - -,:itstd4. hestenly purpo s e break , .: 1, . ~ .
' and tits dens and - tennels of vies
:.:..3.ciialither poor - Victim hold T. ' • l .
17. 11 - cebTigial Rom It be Quenched In the darg ~ i , -
•' .- Ana an angel se bartered for gold t I
Weider tbilleirt sbould fail, t., ,
.an„,d a bereenty..paratose fade. _, . ...
` . .lTne. eyegrow dim and the cheek gmw pi le. i
71ellek act-e stud restlytottdt - • „
. 0 wcndtr th e lats s and cradles of sin i .., , , ,
L e- ' " "*lollaan'Y Cetuletletbn.shotdd hold,
. And the good Art content to wenhiptheirthed,
-, - the Mit to trtrthip their gold. ; : :.
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• l atoiarkiklekttli , cil ' • 0 teeth,'
.: li n akeserrewekerlus
” II Welliii 7 reslm of Its bf . st: h; , , .•:- . '..
.:. e iii-Neh flethlinhelmassar of 'clew - 7 -t , " - : i
Oft pructeed • i - •
.: rt 't l 4ll7li e tle V iaMhent crown n" ' • ~
editor hearts • ,
; 31 • I' al 1140 4 Z:o ri Mtd =Wild bun 1 , . -
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Y~iropa ii heieelt : i►g tu-
Le odeni baitattoo to raising tea.
4. 1 u1 3 0 =Ugh* Parisi.
Ilaah, brothers are in
``s 4CW,ifeli'eraOtt basputchaeed a horse
901114 OtiClPtitiLit *Unti
.;A.4;sitttnii eating is said •to be on the
42ick*Wfs lh thu cop dr7- • • • •
• --Six dollars a day isthe price of Ward
lest hew in 112 0* R4i ll ‘ 3 -
-Itifor,4entiii4ltiksiot is., the price of
• k atrawberiles in New-Orleins: 1 ; •
:lii&y , 4,l6 : _seto;to tielhe'preeeot ail
of .Turkey.. . •
•-•;ia:..stiiw • Minnie: Hauck 'is starring
',Uiro.4tt tbffrie, P 011, 1 1 ; 4 =4' 1 ; 1 0= '
, 4--4.pckrtraitpainter of ability in CM
.• 011101 ie eaidto'he'"?nly 16years 01d..•
'have office devoted
• • • thet.nbignitons gentleman Job Printing.
. 157:pereons visited the 'museum of
the . 4cadettay of Natural ' Sciences, last
-A-Hanifiton Tich is' the name the
religaABlo#l4!e?l our new Secretary of
ro ; ..One of the products 'Cif . ..Unlike is 01:e
,-;;) ',ice : U. -I :WW1 grows .- Wild, in gnat
'"'" s .o"PelguAl i V ier° 4 l /*To
- 401, uudEe as Sood i sheep
, - 4 teed twiny.* ' - '
• " circulation be the Ji s Crosse
•Pmaisleatla illa# 42fflecdlilibib=d lit' to in
' 4m:teased his assets by
out a, bill against the 11. P. R.
Abr $1,000,000. •
—Fred. Hanlon wants to race any
other velocipedist for $l,OOO and ttr
—Bavansudh. Georgia, is to have a baby
, show - next month. The judges are to be'
.•, --An op:hanger lays "the charopicni
old man of the world has just died in
Poland aged 139 years."
—Four - hundred miles of Africa, in the
. -neighborbood 'of the Cape' of Good Hope,
have been devastated by fire. •
—A. Henchman is to cultivatathe olive
in Louisiana. This has no reference to
amiss' Logan and her Paris life.
—The Boston Pod says most of the
ladies, seen promenading the streets, are
now in their teens—velveteens.
—A cartridge manufacturing company
in Bridgeport, Conn., is manufacturing
ten million cartridges for Spain.
—Dhulep Sinah, late Sultan of Bur
, mah, is now a country gcntleman and a
justice of the peace in England.
—Peach tees are in Tull bloom in In
diens, and even here the buds, like many
old boilers, are just ready to Imrst.
—Ole Bull's yOungest daughter le dead.
Her husband committed suicide last sum
-Ina. Poor old Bull is in deep grief.
—The New York World gleefully an
ticipates the day when k'the White House
,thallbe the coal hole of an emperor."
Gran's French Opera troupe,
•' 'Hess's Field of the Cloth of Gold, and
Susan cialtrni are all in Philadelphia now.
It has cost Gen. Dix $20,000 a year
'over and above his salary to keep up' the
lu3 has-assnmedin Paris as American
Jok co is still unsuccessfully trying
to g et
' -— on Grant, The last
attempts are all about a house
l eight or ten
'lot and relatives.
' 1 and -The Earl of Zetland, who has been
l ' Master of the
: ! prand ii, now
for Iweati-dvi years,
~,.. Bu n thinks
wt.. Yolll' ' increased
' .--f..."- New. trade hal
(. ~ • is . th e slave
unable is sell
as the, Africa ns,. ,
" .CettabalPnn . them.
'' ' that Peknniith is"-t t e . a ire fourteen P3 B'
Nisi Bateman rermarieg" at,
List flnal4akew l 4 7 .. be.
itit'olY . i, theater , in Lo ndon,
"the Bei iti=let.maceuntri
fore sailing wf'"-.7"
seventy years old "mid
—Writs ;16411h."1 , ,to death re -
`' . l;aolinlor, lant,Ted hims elf'
"l' . fo feu o f Afini in; P° ' •
••. - i 9 314 7 I: • :d•ldni, ' • . --
~ , deft some $lO,OOO
• .—The Boston Post la playing tone,
l . ---7 .anottalookina for knoho3ooo'
~, Ro o nean part T i. having , w,g7777,
sought in van fOrpne at /1 1 0 = 04
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....A cutlery' erns ,in ighellel4 : U F S .,
r kilttfr iii iiiiesent to Kt S ew rd,
made a ,. d a gold
1 which.. is , lola
in the handle! 0 ' '4 . ~t
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s t ar y o y m e l t titan, of , thetrnion.
i r ,g, 'iloittni PlP** , inspeaking
' -" l try ing *deg day,
E Antral r ece ntl y,enjoyed at
the hub, air was liwedlilikdk
11 dm, b4MlO4lg, considgaiii*
1 . 04'1 0 , 1
) of : :whonrare dellnute4
chit thif wikidilch; It is
thcibsitt, Will be able to itittcelste peso:
. . • "
fectly - in due time:
—Mr. Breckenridge hes $60,000 left,
but as that is not enough, and he is get.
ting old, • he wants to accumulate some
more speedily and is going into the lien.
tgelq ... 4egislature.
—Whiconsiit has a steamboat called
the "Upper` rox," which draws only ,
se.v‘t Inehni'of water generally, =dean,
it bi Bald, in cases of emergency, be rut
on:a. moderate dew fall. •
scientific gentleman at Portsmouth,
IC H., whose wife has been out of health
for 'several years, analyzeti the tea she
drank 'ELT4d totind' the 'coloiini material
insigyissmt andP naslan blae, •
*-14,iprOysInent, tominess min of
isikome., who settled with his CreAliors
elm yews .shioe sit, a &scow*
sequence of - losses the '‘ 11:01N. IµO4A;
sithOol teacher in the canton of
gooch;‘..B4n . d.''Citliglit'lkAlitle girl;
by the bar azulistiook her withadch' vio
lance that' i . ..„cetebril ,einigestionl
lied, dt : which She
.died Within a few
i-There is it myptery ill; 4:141 7 .
* . :ifOlAinewsPaper:, The iiewszienlie.ve net
shut dOwtink it and the. second number •
is announced, 'although the publication''
office .is invisible. - The rumor of its giup;
4rieepli Smith, :son of the Original
4 - ciaeiii, and head of the Illinois Mor: .
mona, died recently. He wanted to
Solidi** all:Vie...Mormons and be their
president and prophet, but such a:proph.
etable arrangement was not for Joseph.
"lucky, one" from the new 'mining
district is. cutting an outrageous Swell in
San Francisco, not' unlike _ the 'perform
;awes inPhiladelphia of Tommy .Steele.
The new Croesps ht spending money at a
terrific rate, and ,"White Pine Billy" is
The :NM litiefinitiiiis.everytiody in,
Mexico , is plan* `fruit trees, and
sluestlus sprin g. . bpor sea .tiumsand of
thaibrmer. -have bee* ' t plSirte'd,aiad one
hundred tilottiuttulikie: -*lies, or more,
hive teentiet. out in the "Rio AbajO"
alone,'this spring? .
Lorti4in paper -in ,Its an,
novice l ognr,.,of births,.• the s fii*W4 . 3g:
"Forbes—At 334 City ioad;•lalington, on
ldarchAfith, the wife of Mr. Archibald
"wises; a daughter: Kr. Forbes requests
'the Prsyeis of his friends and acipfaint:
Autees in this sore affliction."
a dozen:- girls in an
'boarding schOOl tbinightlfiloofi joke to
send a 'valentine to the Pope, and they
did so, also enclosing a letter with the
pretty falsehood that they had discarded
chignons and trains, in accordance with'
his suggestions. They received, a nice
letter from •Antonelli and the autograph
blessing of the Pope.
.—We are glad to be able 'to announce
.htindredi .of our readers, who so
enjoyed that wholesome, hearty, delight
fat book of Miss Alcott's,- called "Little
Women" that the second part—so longed
for—is now actually in press, and in a teiv
days will be ready for the bookseller.
Such a book is almost as pleasant to think I
of as strawberries and cream.
—The evening train from Bethlehem to
Philadelphia, on ; Saturday, ran over a
wagon containing two men, which was
crossing the track. The train stopped,
and after an unsuccessful search for dead
bodies among the debris of the wagon,
the two men were found safely seated
upon the cowcatcher, only slightly
scratched but severely drunk. .
• —The Pais correspondent of the Lon
don Taegraple says that Gustave Dore
has painted a marvelous picture which he
calls "Titania." "The whole picture is
moving with fairies and falry,like life.
The very leaves of the trees are peopled
with little imps. Indeed, H.' Guitar,
Dore has contrived to put. so much in a
sqpare foot of canvass that the picture is
itself an exhibition." -
Philadelphia had a slight fire on Sun
day, at which, as tapal in the City of
Brotherly Love, the firemen got up a
riot. The Schuylkill, Fame and Colum
bia hose companies partook of the luxu
ries Provided, and quite a number of men
were more or less injured before the
,police succeeded in - making peace. As
.this occurred on : Spruce street near'
Twentieth, the very respectable inhabi
tants of that region had a pleasant Sun
day afternoon divertisement.
A Ferns correspondent describes a
fashionable lady after her dinner toilet:
The marquise is'bloride; she'is powdered
with iris, and not enough' to make her
tresses white, but hazy. A diadem of va
riegated tulips Jibed their flexible demo
above her forehead; a train of yellow
satin under a white satin Alengon panier
adds considerable height to her stature:
The pallid is looped with tulips; the yel-'
row satin shoes have lace rosettes on the -
instep. A:Florentine necklitce of enamel
medallions encircles the throat. The ear
rings are nitdallithas suspendedon chains!
to = match.," The fan is of white lace
monitted•liwperfOrated mother ot pearl.
The opera cloak la white lade over yellow
*anti lisang, With Very wide, open magi-'
Chin ifleives sad white lace hood. It is
trimmed all round with swan's down.
Tint Limo, Mourrrertre.—lt le report.
'ea that the German astronomer, Needier,
;12svMeasured; the height of. 1090 moon
' Was In the lawn,. Tiventy• • two of these
are higher that Mount Blanc, which :is
within fewhiadrea feet otbeing three
railelll ,And six sra above 144090 feet.,
Mk& !observed: , Mountain , In , itha
stOolv24st* feat Idghi v I
• ' '
• • -
P ÜBGH -` oAZTTIs f fA
- were on
-!...'tilLeA;iir - O*AWD 4,1
-- ""Jfileitiaidi * tilgitOr
0°4 1 4 1 . 4 47 "Or ' Orit : ' '' ''
OW 10 le Glite l e ArMyNit theApy„,_
lib to contaminate* the glerkittiffel4ol- ,
out dwted.comrades*lll;ise obeirivid
throe/AM the United 13 'in inith
=tines as being' the ' ties ' of: the
Misten, lid itaivilt- the' undying
love of a grateftd people for the memory
of those who - dietther _ltartatlartmlght
live. This is the second linhlic,observr
ante of the occasion, whier it Ittrested •
'-will'recur yeah , ' 341116,11*re' reMtdrie'll
belirtloyal to the cause in which our com
rades tell, and while the moving principle
of, that struggle islworth preserving.,... It
oar organization hnd no other objectil
that slow of keeping green the resting
places df our nation 's defendere, by this
annual commemoration, would be motive
enough to hold us' together In fraternal
band. • The Comma erltii:plilef 'desires
to thank these panin c then and Women
whia - glive:their ald'and sympathy ~eri-li
former occasion ' m '. lnicoesafel - this
National MOW :-D ti and;' they are
001010,rhOlted ' *QC Ate 11101n- , '
iqi-11'Of ,the titan' ' 4 ' ' ' Y"ln` thelip--
rciatrblbg 12 ereit 1 4 1 ' glidli'' thtuligi Ake
#piesa ;ova .
ry Ardrigh, whose
Ozetictua bid . 4: hilitNi:oo l 444 3- tiieli .
made of-thei ObservanceA.ene -yetlx-eltd-c
To the.tiongiem of ;thojanlted , l3tates,; the
toomradesireespechilly indebted for au.
thorizing . thepublicaliOn# ht - book form.
'of thir 'O' O6 E 4 N/hip oriketuptii Midler ,
Abe , piondikirtheld • but t• that 'mM year a
1 compltationvilltermade and pu40,0;1,
1- se a national, recognitionot syM*thy
with these metnorial observations. ; 1
-IL It has been determined-not to'''Pre
seribt ally fbnik or ceremony for univer-'
id eobeerventte; :but ;each 'Post,' or any •
number of posts, 'mai . tirmegeMgether
such 'fitting services will
permit.' Department Commanders will
use every , e ff ort'to perfect arrangements
for the occasion.' The' newspaper Press
are,liOttisted to give publication po this
Department and Post Command
ers_ are specially enjoined to preserve and
forward to these headquarters , a copy, of
the procee.diup (inpinted form so far as;
possible) which take - place in carrying
out This ozder.
IV. Au the 80th of May occurs on the
Sabbath, Posts are at liberty to observe
that day, or• Saturday, the 21411.
By order of 'Joas A. Loomt, •
firmaa Grosse,—COnsiderible excite-,
ment has been occasioned at. 'Johnsburg,
Warren county, Pa; by the killing of a
notorious tharactennamed Charlee Pasco,
alas, charies Dick, on the premises' of
a respectable farmer named Bahrer. 'The
facts are substanthdly,Sa follows : Fora
long time past Mr. Bahrer has' suffered
severely from -the frequent visits of a
gang of burglars. His grain cribs had
frequently been ediPtled, his fowls taks.n,
and his fuming ,impliments destroyed.
He frequentig kept Watch ibont .his
Premises, but never succeeded in captur
ing the culPrita. As a final resort; he,
procured a spring gen which he mounted
in his barn, leaded. He warned all
comers by a notice on the barn of the .
presence of . the.
.gun, and for a
number of days lie missed - nothing. Some
time on Sunday evening or Monday
morning last, Pasco visited the premises
for plunder, and endeavored to effect an
entrance by tearing away aboard. The
gun went off, and the contents lodged in
Fiasco's heart killing him Instantly-
Tnn new English collearfor women is
increasing yearly. But it seems that a
large per centage of the girls who go in
for the senior local examination at Cam
bridge are rejected, on the basis of a test
originally planned for boys. And the
point or failure is worth marking. The
girls fall behind, not in Latin nor
Greek, nor Euclid, but for Incompetency
in such elementary subjects as 'grammar
and arithmetic, history and geography.
As year after year brings in girls to.the
senior examination from other schools,
this defective elementary training to more
and more apparent. This hint may well
be pondered among us. For while Amer
ican girls schools have been, generally;
more broad and solid in these foundation
matters than the ,English, there is of date
an increasing tendency to the more showy
and ornamental I."branches" at too early
A warrnrc in the London Spectator
propounds a new theory, in reference
to the well authenticated cases in bleb
persons at the \ moment of death have
made their presence seen or felt by—dis
tant friends. He suggests that the brain
has the power of 41roducing waves or vi
brations in an atthosphere peculiar to it
self, just as a magnetic battery sends an
undulation throngh the magnetic fluid
contained in a telegraph wire, or a bell
sets the air surronnding it in motion when
it is rung. At the moment of death. par
ticularly of death by some sudden vio
lence which finds the body in full vigor,
the brain, exerting itself with a spasmodic
intensity, causes those brains which are
connected with it by ..affinity to feel Its
power and thus to perceive the presence
of the person to whom it beloagN
Tux frontiers of Russia and i ) russia,
from Oitovian as far as Hemel, are at
present a prey to a horrible famine, the
entire population, bufespecially the Jews,
being decimated by hunger and typhus
fever. In the first named town; a house
is'shown which was' inhabited by six
families, but which.is now empty, the
inmates having perishbL Pog Woman
hsid lost her.husband and. thirteen: chil
dren; one still remained; then - he' died,
like the rest. Just after he had expired ,
the motherexclaimed: "He is happy; he
has nothing to fear 'or? to suffer likenur
selves.". it:subscription has beennpen
ed, and aid is' received' by M. • Adieu
.Hirsch, cashier,of thehouse of that naiad'
Josn.Blmaim welcoines spring thtt9l7t
Spring•canse this year as usual, hail hum
ans virgin, 5,000 years old: and- upwards,
-hale And leartY•old welOura tew New
York State parts aajacentz NoWths
birds $917 now the cattle'hollet,'hoiWVisr,`
pigs seretin,nOW the 'geese warble; now ;
the pats sigh, and natur, ii,ffisky; the illr•
WOO bed -bug and the nobby cookistaeh.
ire s i n ging Yankee Doodle,-, Asumlltg ,
thrn the thl2 Now may bet . seem the ,
musketer, that gray outllned . 4?r, "
destiny; solitary and alone, 41 inplg
his laat 'year's bill, and' now 'nisi' be
heard, with the naked ear, the hoarse
shanghigh bawling in the larntard•
IT 18 now the cuatom in parishat came
Isries to engrave the, dying Nerds; of the
viammal” Is the nwoodt ,exchntstioniourr
deb* 0 , ,
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fra.port'as imaiw v ,„
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- 409:n1r ' BetWeentlth mad eth 4ivennes.
CatM . T9rB.
FRUIT - CAN TOP.
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et simple. :nate' chimp ha
i timAelun : topthavinu ithe, namekor the mutant
Yra= staurpea upon - the - cotter. ralliattng from
the oentur: indite). tenter*? ptehltergtempcd upon .
lturttc . rt of AO cgn
t; " . idziEttirmil;
ttif nieVeriePtehleit thi mane ott fruit' the
can cont.Mlie opposite thepointer.hull seelheir In
the itistmsejt =never. Theo preetreer of Ott I t or.
l i Wousekeeper will nee any other after once
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NEW' sr•Ritsra GOQDS
'THEODORE P. PinuaPs f , ,
87 Market Stiv44.
Prints, Muslims, Dress Goods,
-- PULL LINE or
876 MARKET STREET. 87.
Gang., IffeCANDLESS &
Mate Willow Carr & 00..)
WHOLICSALII. D 114.1.113 1 .1
Foreign and Domestic ton Goode,
No. 94 WOOD BMW!.
Thlrd . door above Dlsmood shay.
PIANOS. ORGANS. &O.
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Schomaeker's Gold Medal Plano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE lORGAN.
The BerHONALOILEB PIANO combines all the
latest, valuable improvements known in the con
etrnotion of a first clue instrtunent. and hail al
ways been awarded the hie. best premium ex
hibited. -Its tone is fall, sonorous and sweet. The
workmanetilp, for durability and beauty, surp ass
all others. .rrices from 1150 to $l5O. mammal'.
to style and finish.) cheaper than all other so
-0110 first class Plano. •
ESTEYW COTTAgE ORGAN
Mends at the head of all reed Instrument& In
producing the moat perfecttopoLquality of tone
of any similar Instrument in the United Mates.
It la simple and, compact in constnictlon, and
not Ilablo to get out of order.
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TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Organ.
Price from 1110010 050. All guaranteed for doe
ICOIANOS AND 011(141.111S—An en
& tire !new stock of •
ERABE , S RNEIVALLED PIANOS;
RAINES 8R0t3., PIANOS: ;; •
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' PlGh avenue ; Sole Agent.
M'PHERSON & • MURLANBRING'•
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Chiir) Street."
ISuctiesiOrs to W. 11. Moo= 4/01)
I.IIIIIRORANT TAILORS, ,
Have just reoeired their carefully wlecteil atock
of Spring awl hummer fisiOa. and will buillssl t ,
to snow or tell' them 1,6 onlandluew customers.
The • CuttlprDeparteent ea till bo,superin
tendisl by Mr. O. A. ,ll uubpairck. , - 4,
biirc7i . ingaing e pave ei,fil
Aototmorrai support. o l the Dubuc. ^ •
ruhiluSi W. 11. Mang
" . " 1. Mate (hater with W. liespeolielde l )
• MENEI : CIEWirr frAMILICIES.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
epleadtd new akiotot
tug received 47 1 84 : 32siltaili.
sake , ' Nerobant TallorA 13 gilliithiteld street.
f . riThICHLIN/04 , 14 EDFG/NEEIV
, . • lan.,...ethiETT,:zot.
T. I. irta t a to lir 00 / P f iII D •
'Wilt • t il S yW r itgAr 8 4 1 4:'liti .:
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Ty APRIL 21 18 02
No. 1111' ST. OLAIR EMMET
lIMM/MM , NOTIOT3,• &O.
,41 .- • 411)k1A
ENTIRE STOCK "OF
Fancy Goods, Hodeq, Trinnnga.
FURNISHING 0000!, NOTIONS, die., Ott
No. 27 Fifth Ave . ntw,
Having secured 'the -store l'omet. Igo. 99 VIM
avanue r bitely ocrupled by .&. Itngliab & Oh,
we have Tel:toted the entire stook, of
'. MACRUM & CARLISLE
N 0.19 FIgTET.
DAILY AUG ON,' "SALES
and. At 1 .A, ti and S,Ma.Pa• Qom;
, alterwoUt the ehttre s ittopkyrztoilea • • •
• • ' Vt.* *CO ,
inTirso* • "'.
MACRUNif CARLItiLit 'tone tkie. 7 Atteutlan,
Of thole S old ,eostomet• W,tbe s elegaereftew et.Oek
they hate jolt paned at. their hew Wee. Nth 47
ins TB LIMN ,
New Sin 424 = Goods.
A FULL LINE
In 'rewind, Hamburg and Stiiosa.
WHITE - COOPS•
At the 'Lowest Prices,/
IN ALL STYLIC3 AiD COLORS.
LACE COLLAR, saw style, ,
' SILK SCARFS, ,for 041Eed .
ailasims, whpa and colored,
VALIINCIENNES AND THREAD,
Cluney and Mal esn laces. •
GENTS" . G9ops,
or ALL'Dits am.
Jockey, ;Nagai ( and De r l 4 collarg•
NV'HITIC STAR SHIRTS,
J 1; 09YPIXTE ABIETBILICST.
,nuLcriztrat, OLT:DE at CO.
78 and 80 Irarknt Street:
- WALL P
New and Hands° e Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market, Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVIMUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
or the newest designs tram the FINEST STAldr-
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. Allot which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
WALL PAPER. :
THE OLD PAPER STORE 1N A NEW PLACE,
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. Tula
!MEETINGS AND BATTING.
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Kasaltattners of HIATT =MIN and LIGHT
ANCHOR AND. MAGNOLIA
. : ;DR. W.__ .
coNTINUES TO - TREAT ALL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its ibrms,
unorrties, (ilea, Strture.. Probing, and a ll
urinary diseases, and tile effects of mercury are
completely eradicated; Spermaterrhea or Saud
nal Weahness and ; Impotency, resulting freM
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces
scme of the following effects. as blotenes, bodill
weakness: indigestion, consumption, &radon to
sonlet.n unmanliness, Anted. of. future events,
Wier metnorY. iadolence. nocturnal eirdsslont.
and finally so prostrating the sexual system as to
render -marriage , unsatisfactrwy, and therelore
imprudent, are ,permaeently cured. Persons af..
r f tlicted• with these or any other delicate; tot!iatte
or long standing conAltutional compla int should
give the Doctor a trial; be never fall.. ,
... wa il ' litl i Pa n o t a s " ,: t o ce : l o s z e t o t i r our t r t ht en s a:d c :r W -g or i ti v ta Sl a irl w r ali can alr b l e n , m g oir , l4- l e n ir e n i e ani t zl is, t
-.Efulltill. :4metiorrlieea...ldetOrrhagia, Dineen.,
Ofitoe& snobteruity or Barrenness, ate treat.
0 , 3 with the greatest'success..
' It is milfArodnlttud. s-Plireictan who continea
' himself extuusively to the study ofa certain class.
of dimeases - aild treats thousands .- of dies every
year, must acquire greater skill In that spechtit,
than o D o tt er ral practice. , . .
*Tao üblishes a sand 'pamphlet Of
'SAY pagesthat ghee pltill expo s 6n of venereal
id private diplasemmat CM b e ad free ake
Iby mall for two stamps, in (id enveloped, ,
very. sentence contains rutin tion I o the C
euta. and enabling thetsi 2,ll'tatirsole ire pre.
- else m ature of theireaniiplabita.- •;,..:.:
Tile establishmett t comprisilg ten eites ai
rooms iv central .' eii it is not - convenient to
visit; Ma. dry , the orls opinion , can be ob..
tallied b y giving a written, statement of the case.
and medicines can be forwarded by mail OT ex.'
plow In some InataalieS,AkOlrever: a personal
examination. ,lc tabstillitanaces say.- while in.
nthOl'adilllYPefennal attenti lt_ on is re tired: glide
' for the Iceommodatioutlfilich•Potlent. there aro
aparimaints oonncetedwith the omos that are pro.
videdwlth every : requisite that Is calculated. Sol
promote recovery. Including medicated mippt
`baths i AU - Ptellaqptiall ` IIIII IMSPIN4 ilk Infi
J)ocitors own lahnitory., ander hia peconal inp ,
giMidot: Siediclit NO,D . liitNe it. Once tree, or
isisp-fittr IWeIIpIMM fiCssittef Who have,
1 ihne.if yeadwbadilo taiW , ,lig i s B.k.itv to lir,* •
111,314. TINA wtifilks t pf. ',iial7w i
tralnitwit %UT I. WS JllO 'knit.
I E 11211
04LX,PETEI MID OELpLOTER
; *e :are nowtegivlat our Sprin
Stock 'of Carpets, &e.;iiind are ye ,
pared to offer.._ as good'ltock and a ;
as low - prices as .any e other honsl
the Trade. — WellaPY all ` thy
new s styles of Binsaels Tapestryi
Brussels, Three Pips and' 'two Plysi
Best - assortment of- Ingrain Carpee ;
111, 1 , the Itiarket.
ppyw:- . ,Aosg:ote CO.,
. - -.;...•..A. : ',;57 . irg - C..
. , :1 .•
vizeptsreque4 • conoiriliciaPt
and Fatentr,of Stock. 1
The largest • susomment of low priced goods ls 4
any estatablunent, RUC or West.
.ro. I'IFTS iirEITUEsi
200 ITEMS =
.... ::.....' : ' . :425., - •VIECES •
3-ply and 2-plv
The above includes all the Newest
Styles and Designs, and are new in Store
and arriving, to be sold
LOW FOR CASH,
OLIVER I'CLOTORK COSI
23 Fifth Annite.
BAIR TIME M MONET,
111 BLAND & COLIBS
BANE NOW OPEN uncut.
NEW SPRING STOCK
• FINE CARPETS.
ENGLISH BODY BRUSSELS,'
The choicest styles ever offered in this mailreti,
Oar prices are the LOWEST. •
Splendid Line of Cheap Carpets.
GOOD CONON CHAIN CARPETi
At 25 Cents Per Yard.
Iic.FAELAND & COLLBS, :I
No. 71 and 73 FITTS AVENUE,
WINES. LIQUORS, ar,o.
SCHMIDT ar. FRIDAY i i
LIIPOBTEES OF i v
WINES BRANDIES, - BIN, &OS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LE
PURE RYE , WIIISKIES
409 PENN 'STREET ,
Will Remove on the Ist of Alnril to 2,7,
• , • *11 , i,,
• ~, • ,
NOS. BS4 AND 886 PENN, 1=54
Car. Kleveihtli St, (formerly Canal.)
JOSEPH . S. WINCH /X CO.,
• c Jun Ernuerr, aavrrastia&m,
Also," du la 1014AILSR Wiaria , s,A4 LL.
Wpm EtOm O.
laurnittr istssiairar.:.4.:' - ..... --- ..i.auar c.
ouratitim Set ail% Successors
0 tooled. v. weetrodu lt & OcU,
111401110 AZ U r IOU RAPACCUT. •-•
Is oft iiitim , Lithompwc Tetwlahme nt
est of striintahm. isuldlitsill Osz Lette,r
~ , /dllOl allOrd aboYW
pi 214%l aw 6,1% iated at Ca rds,De.
iiel, . - A ivr*.wegAuplo :4.1 zi .. ~•