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CrnOlt Tllit o.llll7LlCiiiiki AT litle Et/RWASii COY-
A loyaltrtoTrath he sailed
Ash lately in the closet as the geld.
So bountiful is rate;
- But then to stand beside her,
Wite i Leraren churls deride her,
To front a in suns and not to yield,
--Thieek•wa, methinks;-Boti's plan
- AllO meturare of $ stalwart man.
Lintbeo like thwo:fl heroic breeds,
itrke , `lands self-patted on manhood's
e lfetillitidd r Utlsfrintif4leitttlf Antitheft!:
Ted from within with all the strength he needs.
Bach vas he. oar Martyr Chief,
Whom late the Nation he had led,
. ashes on her bead,
tow ept with the passion of en angry ellen
Torgine me, if from present things - I tarn •
To speak what in my heart will best and burn.
Awl hang my wreath on his world.konored urn.
_ Sainte, they say, cloth dote,v
And cannel make a man ,
Save ()name worn-out plan. s
Repeating ua.by rot.; ,
For hi% ktr Old World moulds aside she threw,
AS O, choosing !tweet clay from the breut
of the enekbausted 't% est, .
With stuff untainted stayed a hero new.
Wise stevdfast In the strength of God, =dime.
How betutiful toga:— ---
Once more a shepherd of 'mankind Indeed,
Who loved Ms charge, bar - never loved to lead;
One whole meek duck the people toyed to be, •
Sot lured by any cheat of birth, • •
• But by hie clear-grained human 'Werth,
'ad brave old wisdom (la /II: gray:
Theyknew, that outward grata le duet ;•
'They Could ne t eltOoint but trust
In that ant...foot id unfaltering still, •
Aid lapin tainverrd:wil . • .:
That bent like perfect steel, to, spring .again -and
Htireria no lonely mountain-peak of mind,.
brasttnple thin MeV.= oar elonar berth !.
sea.mark ph*. nett lostin vapors taw!:
qiroad oratrie rather, genial, level lined
Pailful end friendly for all human klsid..• •
Yet also., nigh, to heaven. and loved of. lonics;
-;2lhibilu of learopShere. '
o'ff,thitikli t oftinrope fronting ancrruward • - 7
any names ot bort, and:Peer .
attire% vial' Scheme deface: ' " *.'
• : Fifere lus a type Of the true sleet , race .
And one pf Fititareh'i Men talked With us face
• praise him not; It were too late • .
And some innativeoresitne, a there radst be ••
In bin who oondesesuda to victory
Sieb tithe present gives and cannot
' • •
:1 Safe in b.mself a.trtt fate.
alwaystrinip bill': • ' . •
- ' Ile.knew to bld his tame;
And can bin fume abide,
Still patient in hie simple rata sublime, • •
the vies years. decide. _ •
area: captithui.witla their guns and drums.
' - Disturb oar judgment hie the hoer,
• " • But eit last silence comes:
These all are s sone; and standing like a
Out children stitll behold his fame,
, kitolllrrearueste - brave. ton:mini'
• Sisidousi an3 pittient,' dreldins 'praise not
• . Neve . birth-at, one new toll, the. Brit
-Sehfunyl goes to Mecca. •
L-13.1.1patrick 18 en Fonts' to CIO.
~!..13niallpos threatens New York.
—Free baths are now talked gib/ New ,
—Camilla t Urso wants to buy Pagan'.
..I-The French Prince Imperial has
Tie Califbrnis . State Treastutl4
*Plus of $1,400,600: . .
. 7 13rignoli, now .aineng in the Elonth l - ;
in Laing to California..,
-, .—Chlcaga la to bare a ne*uniTerelty;
exolusively for -Women:,
—Rereafter, British sowers. are to be
allowed to wear whiskers.
Chinese latoorers . are being macaw
fiOy aiploiad Inlaniaiarta.
:—fichmidtztwill- la the twain :of the
Gtand 'Chamberlain of' Baden:
Butatine is said to be now at
White Pine runnings Ism bank.:
• —The railroad between Piriums and .
Athens has been opened to the:public.
. - --*The New York Berold thinks Bud
dlibun is:a seasonable religion jig now
~=President Grant is expected as itgnest
at the National Peace Jubilee in' Boston
next June. •
,the Germsa tenor, , geAs
'salary of $30,000 a year. He used to be
- tab driver. , -
—Oue farmer in Texas has fenced in
a nice little pastareot, one hundred and
thirty thousand acres.
—Fresh .beef and mutton, put up n tin
cans hi:Australis, sells rapidly in England
at seven pence 4 pound. - if:, -
—Chicago talks of followhig the lead of
Cincinnati, and leasing' out her street
lamps for advertising purposes.
—sso is the line to which any one is
liable who hunts for game with dog or
gun on Sunday,; in North Carolina.
—ln spits of her illness, Parepa has
lost no flesh, and is stilrthe bright, aethe
real, fairylike sylph of former days..
--What Spain wants of the Anglo-
Baron nations—England to' give it. a
loan, America to let it alone.—Ezehange.
--Indian-meal. and butter-Milk make tip
theluxurions diet of the, poOr people who
live in the Eaglish cOttort manufacturing
—Madigan, the circus rider. leaped
eternity the other day. The feat at
temp4d was too much for' him and 6
broke his neck. -
—New Brinswick has 6 monthly mag
&zing colonists read , with avid.
ty. It is called "The Paaceremata and
—"Money," sap an exchange, "was
tight on State street yesterday, and th e
doubtful example seemed to -be followed
new touses of Parliament iri
London are so ineontenierit-andlll.plan.
fled; that there Is some talk; c4'sPending
050,000 on new ones.
. 7 111aekballing Is so prevafent* in the
Londc* olOothat no new 'rnernbern call
get inv and _a,. general meeting is to; be
held to remedy ;lie matter. •
.:41te itoidon Pais sip a number of
disappointed, office seekers have deft
Wishinenitio• offer themselves as candi
dates forilitt Spanish throne.
.N.43lfee hethas been' in South Amerlea,
atirinmplud march for 'orchestra, and a
fortarantella , Pine ant =Usti's,
Mire. D. P, Bowers hada benefit re
cently in Boston, at N!hich.'she played
Juliet td the Itonyo of her sister; Mrs. F;
B. Conway, of the Park Theatie, Brook
lyn., • ' •
7.49 0 40 PO; With hie wife and ' fina ,
' fly, are to l*AhuVondess Witte lath or
• 9. , A*A.1 , •
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August next, to celebrate the one hun
dredth anniversary itftliittirstliepoleon's
- 14 r9/.
opilutelas beta 'peace
Knighiiof the Holy. Sepulchre, jexid put
on the spits of Godfrey •de Botdtion in
the ot the Apparition° at lan
--ICan those who dye their hair be re
garded as stainless people? is the Boston
Post's latest conundrum. We Should
say certainly they can, for a man is not
f—A mysterious affair agitates the deal
sills of the Kennebec river. Somebody
fonnd a box, two feet square, strbugly
hoped and nailed, which when opened
was found to contain a humalL skeleton.-
' havblg been bothered
with dirty streets, has fixed things now
by putting the matter in the hands'of the
Board of:Kealth, With power to annul the
contracts of the street cleaners at a day's
notice in case they are delinquent.
—Friends of lir. John Btight accused
Mr. Anthony sl`rollope of caricaturing
that statestnen in hie latOttelid best:novel,
Phineas Trollops !denies all
such intention ? yet ,the hookla One pf the
most cutting -society novels thsthas ap
pared since Vanity Fair. • .
Charles Meise l the renowned
physician and•Enteritus Professor in "Jef
ferson Philadelphia,' although be
isseventy-eight4eirs old, Use just-com
pleted the translationof a novel from the
French of Count Ade Gobineau Called
Typhaines Abbey, and said to be a re
markable picture of tho life and times of
the:French people in the twelfth century.
• —A. correspondent of the' New York
Bun says thit the mysterious bullets
which, we new, and then hear of as going
through windows without any explosive'
sound, are not shot trom air guns but
from a sort of: improvement on the cross.
bow, with 'an india-rubber string which
gives great force to the bell and makes but ,
little noise. The weapon is a' dangerous
one, more so, the writer thinks, ' than
the air gun, and can be had at many of
the gun. and toy shops in New York.
Hon Spain liithDeienerated Under the
(Madrid Cerresplizidenee London Times.)
Of all the inland cities 'of Europe,
'Granada is the one that can boast of the
most grand :and most lovely situation.
She has an Alpine view rivaling that' of
Turin, Berne, or Saltzburg; an irrigated
plain exceeding the fertility of that - of
Milan. Ther e are elms in the A.larneda
and. in the avenues to the 'Alhambra' of
more than. English growth, and orange
groves in its 'gardens of tropical luxuri
*ince. With the exception of the sea
tireelie, Granada enjoys all that the moat
sheltered, and, at. the same time, most in
vigorating climate can ,give. The spot
sums up whatever may in: conducive to
the utolott deVelopment: • and • the most
unalloyed enjoyment of hummilife. Yet
to what condition has the Spanish Gov
ernment contrived to bring even this in
extinguishable Granada! - 'The.present
pdpulation Of the province is 441,404. A
Under its Moorish ruler, Itin-l-Ahmar, is
the thirteenth,century, the town alone
numbered a population of 400,000, exclu
sive of -a garrison of 60,000 men. " The
population of the town now scarcely
reaches 70,000. The wealth of the pro
, vine, according to the latest valuation, -
hardly exceeds $850,000. It is mostly
agricultural and mineral. Modern eta
, tistical works tell us:
"mere is no trade ease a greatly re
duced exportation of:spirits, oil, and
fruit. There is not ono single manufac
turer of silk or linen, yet there was a
time under Moorish r ule when the silk
trade occupied thousands of bands, when
the produce was sent to Florence, Pisa,
Genoa, and the LeVant, when the plains
and hills were clothed with mulberry.
The produce of each farm in the Vega
yielded, on an average,
about £2OO a
year, and the taxes paid by the farmer to
the King amounted lo about £20,000.
The silk crops that belonged to the Span.
ish monarchs were farmed for the sum of
181,500 gold ducats a year; there were 180
mills and 300 villages, of which fifty con
tained mosques,: and 50,000 men could be
mustered from mountain and plain." •
taz spring floods of 1869 have been
unusually destructive. On the Connecti.
cat river, the height of the water has only
been exceeded four times in the last sev
enty years. In Hartford, the water on
April 23d, at noon, was 26 feet 8 inches
above - low water mark. In 1864, the
page marked 30 feet. In Canada, the
ice began to move out of the St. Law
rence on the night of. April 22d, and the
towns along, the banks were , seriously
daMaged, houses land embankments thav
ing been swept away and several lives
lost:- In New York titate, along Black
river and the loWer part of Like Ontario
the floods were 'vary violent. Factories'
tanneries, dams and flumes were carried
off. Near Watertown,, a boom, restrain
ing several acres of timber and flood
wood, broke away from the chains, and
carried Off railroad bridges, mills, facto
ries, furnaces and•machine shops. In the
John Brown tract, the flood was caused
by.the breaking of a hasty dant, built to
restrain the water of a 'series 'of lakes,
and forroin,g a feeder to the NOW York
( Amts. licar 'Utica, the, Bytate darn, at
reaeryoir covering 600 acres, gape way.
and the flood destroyed mills and 410
P_roPertY ,valued at JIOO,(NKL On the
ttudequ'ind Idohawk‘rivers, thO innun
iv oli t ith es w hi zat sem ilel ai nit i t et ha d v ee e p. be,n cove red
LroX Tamens.—Recently, in'Beigium;
the dlieekh af a draws; while perfonning
the part 'of a wird beast tamer, ,was killed
kir a' Ik:these. • 'The regular lion ta M mer
being the circus director'
.was so rash
f ot o gagulim kis' duties, and having en,
tared(; the cage succeeded for •a time in
making the lions go through their per.
formances. • Towards the close; when
giving the - animals raw meat, the direct.
or;liistConrege, and instead ot'keeping:p,
firm eye on the beasts, M tamers are
obliged to 40, he trembled and made for
the of, the cage.. This, move me nt
was fatal. large lioness. - eve
th,ponnoo utOxt,blm, aodbtodewmlogleo
the. unfortupateamiuk waiptorktovitelam
PrITSBURGP . GAZETTE : VirERNFARAY, APRIL 28, 1889,
*f it on Climate.' •
on "which stands linnailla c
a town of 4,000 - 'hilialxitents, on tketinet
Ceniitronto, endithe sheidtreansinitif M.
deteiletn, waii NO,- W i rers - dna,
dant, on ch: ran , was
never louron to ten. - - a now thous
gum& The old, dried-up basin of Lake
Thniadi bailee' again IDled*lth water
from:the Nile by a fresh - mater canaL
Treat, shrubs; arid 14ants of - all Aesexip
tions grow rapidly wherever the soil is
Irrigated, - and the actifical oasis widens
fast. "Accompanying," writes a cones-
pondent, "this extraordinary transforms
tion of theisinct of the- place, - tkere has
been a corresponding change in the cli
mate. At the present time Ismailia, du
ring eight months of the year, is probably
the healthiest spot in :Northern Egypt.'
The mean temperature for the four
months, June to• September, is '94 deg.•,
the following.four months, 74 deg.; and.
the four winter months, 45 deg. 'Trail
two yeariago rain was unknown; but"in
the twelvemonth ending April last there
were actually fourteen days on • which
rain;fell; and no later than Sunday last
there fell a tremendous shower'of rain, a
phe.nomenon.which the oldest 'Arab had
never previouely,witneased." Hain ceases
to ikll on a country deprived of its.forests,
or only falls in violent storms. • Here we
see kiln renuldneto the desert on restor
ing the tree& ,
Hamm are Mrs. Stanton's expectations •
of the .next two decades: "Twenty
years! Why, I expect to be Walking the
golden, Meets of the - 17triv :Jerusalem .'by
that,time; talking with Noah, Moses and
Aaron about the flood, the Pharaohs, the
journey through:Jim Red Sea and the
'Wilderness. We shall be . holding con.
ventions by that time on the banks of the
Jordan with Eve, Sarah; Rebecca,. Hob
dahi Deborah t i Miriam, Rath, Naomi,
Sheba, Esther,':Vashti, Mary, Elizabeth,
Priscilla, Phoebe, Tryphena and Trypho
sa, and all the :strong minded , women
honorably mentioned in sacred hiatory.
Do you know that .I hive vowed :never
to go disfranchised into.the Kingdom of
Heaven? In the meantime, I propose to
to discuss sanitary and sumptuary laws,
education and elections, in the councils
of the American Republic. Twenty
years ? Why, every white Male in the
nation will be tied to an aporn-string by
that time, while all the poets and philoso
phers will be writing essays on 'The
Sphere of Man . .
I As MAL HANNAH:MORE is said to have
eat down la an arm chair which she be
lieved had belonged to to Dr.,- Johnson,
and, inspired there by the recollections of
' his genius, to have written a most pathetic
ode to his chair, and eventually to have
found out that he had never even been
near the chair, so i should seem from the
works of the la t Writerii on Venice
that all the poets w o luive written about
ithave been in the position of Mrs. Han
f nab. More,: and have been addressing
merely clireatice of their Imagination. It
& c oin
Is asserted in th . latter days that no
political prisoner r crossed the Bridge
of Sighs; that o Paller6 never
descended the del Gigantic! to be
executed, because the staircase was not
built until nearly hundred years after
his death; that no persons of importance
were ever confined in the Piombi, and that
none of the great merchants ever trod
the present Rialto.
libmnruram, England, paper tells a
strange story concerning a ritualist curate
\ in a neighboring town, who is said to
have resolved to simul ate the death, bu
rial and resurrection of the Saviour and
to have ordered a coffin to be got ready
for him by Good Friday, expressing his
intention to entomb h im self from that
day until Easter Sunday. The &fan Was
made of plain , deal, with handles of rope,
and was sent to the curate's lodgings,
where his landlady, on seeing it, ixame.
diately fainted. It was placed in the rev
erend glntleman's study, and It Is said he
invitseventl friends to visit him during
the week preceding good Friday, but his
invitations were generally politely de
clined. Before the day rabin of entoent
sived, the vicar heard of the a ff air, and
e coffin wait destroyed by, his orders,
much to the-grief of the curate, , who,
hewever, declared his intention of procur.
ing another. ,
A Swam ow Esousrt Nonnrry, the
youngest son of.the Duke of Argyll, it is
reported, has been placed by his fatherin
a London tea-house, in order to learn
ho to become a British merchant. The
D ke, it is stated, bas adopted thia course
in nsequence of the. great Pressure for
po 'lions under the dovernment, and the
small number of vacanclei. In the pres
headlong race for offiqe in the United
States, the cobduct both bf the father and
of the son is worthy of earnest considera
tion. The Duke of Argyll is at the head
of the Indian Department, and possesses
abundant power to push his son into a
lucrative office in India, or he might
make use of his extensive political and
high social connections to ; "take care"
of Colin Campbell, a boy or sixteen, but
~he prefers to teach the youth that an ac
tive life of business Is preferable to the un.
certainty of a publicoffice. ,
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GOOD A.unsitest Ltscpui once said
that two years', residence, in Paris was
enough to demoralize an American, which
is so true and so palpable. Alas! for a
certain number of people, that he WM not
the first to make the reinark.": Stephen'A.
Douglas, long ago ' when he was at Paris,
laid down ' the doctrine' tow party, of
friends, that' no mad ought to'remain
outside the democratic 'lnfluences , . 9 1. his
country more thin two years. -Por he - bad
observed that foreign influences, like.sin,
deadened a man's perceptionsti and. him
dered him from measuring thev-dcpths of
perversity' into which he had fidiell;, , :
AN , billlV gas ;— The` great
steam hat= abOut to. beget up hi•the
,Grarky,'lioolhcithAleWcirks'will b 4. witb
'the mu:nib* ottlinfitthii, Paterson trdn
%wick the: ArgUst the :city, : Tholut*ll
Ode 'wel44 a4tpiM tona,,ana ,the` dyjitir
der, drop; &a., more:than :AaTeixfona, e 9
that the whole will. weight nearly twenty
eight ;tons, . The hammer ,w;11-..strike• d
blow .101 t h, a- force. of !three ; thousand
poundsi or a ton and a half. I ' , Thb me
Utilise , ant be sell up in' tiro- or Wee
weeks; as soon as the blaehimith
calk be retzmied.,.—PaatnOn'.ooB:,
great Memel:dudOcitinelll4 iA -- P e ..t l 4. "
nicely postpetied; P9Pe ,
spaired of securing tnignit4l . _nlq.,.l
the members of the*CBnitOß bif,ttCo339}eFf
—Papa hirolubiut ;olio ,gie:wjeoW4
or likKialleui fp Po
;t3oxsrsoiiY doer 401
pelif plan: ka 44. R.AVarAlhlgs 010,4*
t W ax* arg efOilnegUats . the crestyth 04 0
Aiediroar siincl4:4l-„ ? -rift no ;JAM/ 3
fatal Wboteals Dealers 1*
Laps, Lanterns, qtandeliera,
' • AND LAMP GOODS.
Abe. CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS.
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:n23 Between sth and Bth Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
the too of the can.
It Is Clearly, Distinctly and Perm a nently
hyurelyLplaelug the name. of the fruit the
can eouta Ut lnii opposltethe_ pointer and sealing in
the,oustoinary wanner.. No preserver of fruit or
rood 'housekeeper will tuna any other after Ones
seeing It.. ; . . mhz
NEW SPRING GOODS
mAoßtnti, MIME & CO.
FINE tartar PARASOLS,
Pringed and Pu ffbd
Also, all the bestitlfal styles trimmed with Satin.
COTTON fiOSIKRY V;`
TO 8171 T ALL
nunton coxiszim, arum num&
In all the newest 'styles.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
ova KOCK n.COMPLIEIIi
NEW TIES END BOWS,
Joektrh DickewDerbyand Boa Collars.
MORRISON'S STAR SHIRTS,
MACRITAL GLYDE & Ca
GREAT AUCTION SALE
ESrnez STOCK Or
Fancy Goods, H'osi.ery, Trimmings,'
FSRNISEING GOODS, NOTIONS, &c., ie.
No.=-27 Fifqe Avenue,
Harter secured the store room. No. 119 Fifth;
avenue, lately °wooled by A. H. Sugltsh Co..
WA have Moored the entire stock of
MACRUM & CARLISLE
From their old store.
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE,
And, will coattnue
LILY AU TION SALES ,
Commencing THITRBDAY", April Ist, 11; A P• K.
and at 10 A. X. 0 and 7P. Y. every day bare
alter until the en Ore stock la closed out.
H.119111:1THRON dt CO..
MACItUId i CARLISLE inytte the attention
of their old customers to the elegant new stork
they have opened at their new store. No. 27
Pik TH sea
• AT RETAIL ,
JOSEPH HORNE it, CO'S
In all the bright shades and numbers. GLOVES
I , p , Mlle; Silk, Berlin.. bent's Drlvlnikeposes.
Tartahsost 6bod piton and Bibbed Cents. Gents , super Stoat, Bupartlne taid Mor -
no lialf Boad.
1a les':nnd (eater yelling Elatehebi.
* olol a D/IINCEnS ALICE
' ' nutrP /MISTS. •
NEW LINE LINEN COLLARS AND OUP/N.
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1 474 1 '/rR1N w V1117407 , 2813 , •
77 A~TII 79 Ott*
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NEw SPRING Globule -
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Marka Street
Printe, Muslim, Dress Goods,
4` rum. wiz or
87. MARKET STREET. 87.
(1111111,, IfIcCANDLESS & CON
IL; Htate Wilson, GUT & C 0..)
7raol,sa&Ls DNALII•B IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 woos wrssrr.
Third door above DILI:old . Way. •
New and Handsome Designs,
. „ .
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Mai.ket Street _
• (REAR. MTH AVENVE,j •
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest destrns Mira the FINEST STAidr-
RD GOLD to the OREAPEST AUTICLIt known
to the trade. All of which we over At prices that
win pay buyers to examine.
sTOS. 11.1117011 ES 13110•
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WALL PAPER' -
THE ILE PAPER MBE IRA NEW PLACE,
W. P. MUiMEU='S
NEW WALL . PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING. 0 00D9 ARRIVING DAILY. mh6
GLASS.' CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
BOHEMIAN Milli CHINA.
NNW:nil - LE% _
BBoNrso SETS, • SIFT elm,
t A large stock of
SILVER PLATED 0001)8
Of all deecrlpttorus.
te.slaUsulent 2 ine I.z. Cade,: belitewde.
109 WOOD STREET;
DRv. " • TTICEIt ,
CONTRIVES TO' TREAT 'ALL
private diseases /1 Syphilis in all Its` forms,
Gonocrsea; :elect, Stricture; Orchids. and all
urinary diseases an the e ff ects of mercury are
completely eradicated; Spertuatorthea or" Semi
nal Weaknees • and Impotency, remitting tram
self-abuse or other Mturea, and. winch _produces
acme of the following effects. as blotcnes, bodily
weakness. Indigestion, consumption. station to
society unmanlimes, — dread of fature events,
loss of memory. indolence, nocturnal emission&
and finally so prostrating the sexual system se to
render , marriage unsatisfactory, and therefore
imprudelitr,are, permaneritly, cured..; .Personitlaf•
Ogled . with these or any other delicate, intricate
or long Standing constitutional complaint should
glestrie Doctor atrial; : he never. Cruse
.ttllt i Lenrorth
ea o r W hites, Felling lona
mad or Ttleersi fon of the Womb, Overfills;
obt•thogs, en terillty, or J 3 arrenitess, aro tlfillt•
ed 'rite tee' ateSt eticeess. ,
ie ittirrigenvldentthat a Melanin who candues
himselfegeolosively tuthe atudyolu certain class
of dUesitta Ind Create' thousands of cases every
year'pleat acquire` greater skill In that 'specialty
than on. In general practice.
The postai*, pnbUshee a teeniest:m=lst of
fifty pages th at glean fu expos, non of v nereal
and privareddleaseadth ll rat can be had fres Month
or by mall for two stamps, in sealed envelopes.
Zvery sentence contains dud/action 1.0 the - ay
Meted. and enabling them to detecenett the pre.
nature of then( . -
; ibilthmen ' comiting set ' lllsObt
room,. le central. -W Mitt ot etliaverdeist
visit- ma:city; • the Doctor?, opinions 'can be ob.
sabsed pv.giving,a writtvit statement of : Case,
arid mildlethes'ean be forwarded - by 'mint or
preens.' In some listaneel. , howerver. it 'personal
examination le • absolutely -nocesuserki while La
others daily personal attention b n4 111 % 41 . and
for the accommodation, fetichPatients there are
apartmtlbtressnneetedWith the ethos, that are fora
sided with every requisite that is calculated 10
promote recovery, Including medicated Taper
Paths. ' Alt prescriptions'. ere , :propire43 In. the
ILlcatoes own laboratory , nudes. hie Piteetelier
pereWet , ' e 4 leel.P l mPhicts at °most tree,
are by stamps. •• Ms - Matter' Mb) hare
faUttlifeadwhatttealll.. A.M.to PAL
tnf ei tg efUtlifit t 4t 4ll Pftrib e ilUM
e ri t l iV l /AiW(* l io4l 7 M;
tats d esrdent, for sate y .
J. 11. OANYIELV,
CARPETS AND OIL OUMII3.
BRUSSELS CARPETS, VILVER
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE,
- . .
nave hmeivett by steamers Samaria and3faa.
battan'Abe VEEP. NEWILaT STYLES of Mb
Complete Line of
To which large additions are daily being made.
L s( Qa , rittis re . sented 'this minket at
...11 i 6411111/ BROS.,
bl FIFTH ..i.r.E.rtne,
-•' (UT. WOOD & 83QTEFrELD.7
We are now receiving ofit.Spring
Stock of Carpets, &e.,. and . are .pre
pared' to offer as good 'stock and at
as low pri c es as any other house
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Flys and Two Ply 4
Best assortment oflngrain Carpets
in the Market
.21 FIFTH ATHISME.
SAVE TIME AND MONEY
FIAIM CO US
SAVE NOW OPEN THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCE
FINE , CARPETS.
ROYAL' IIEMIESTEO, .
The ekkoillest Stvles ever offered MU& resitiret:
Our Pihses art - the LOWEST.
A'Splendid Line of Cheap Carpets.
GOOD COTTON CHAIN CABITIS
'At 25 Cents Per Yard.
MCFARLAND & COLLINS,
BOW CLOTHING.—othe lari;
gest and most complete stock of •
Boys', Youths and Qbildren'selothing,
For the presentleeoson, Is to be found at
&pie 47 SIETE STREET. (late 'St.-6ilr.)
M'PHERSON & MUIRANBRING;
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street.
(Su cc ess ors to W. 11. MSG= £ C 0.,)
Have Just received theircarefully selected Mot*
ring of Spng and Summer Goods. and will be glad
to show or sell them to old and.new customers.
The Cutting Department vilcrtlll be superin
tended by M. 0. A. MUEfLANBEING. •
I take 'pleasure in recommending the above Aria
to the liberal support of the'publie. '
mh11:181 . W. H. HeGEH.
13 - - 11 Ev!!.1
'mite !with W.Hespenhelde.)
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittsburiih.
-NEW SPRING GOODS.
elendld no* .stocit. of
cLorns CASSIMERES 40
int received by HICINRY 111311Thi.
oak" Merchant Tailor. Ta lansitikehiaareit:
soomliorteo.. odd limo'. l
ANOUTEY'S COTTAdE ORGAN.
• The •scattascritia ruiktVeianbbitr in the
latest valuable Improvement known i n thence&
istruotitst or &Snit Wats - Instrument.And nee sit
wars beat awarded the big hest.nreadurafre.
hibited. Its tone Is ROL ignorant arterwest:
sunla s. frrl t e c VfMVltritbrVal=
to style and sh, ) Cheaper than" other so
otiled first -
iBTEre OOTTATZ ORGAN
Stands at the head. of air. reed instruments , in
producing the most perfect ptpegnality of tone
of an/ similar Instrument in the United States.
It Is &an and compact win onestrastion. - end
not Ualoyto sit onto. order.
OARPIttS PATIVT U VOX R*
TBZSIOLO"- Onl7 to be fatal in t AMU his Oros .
T Wee iirt?tt d 3 : 0 0 ! ,0 PRO. 411 0 ,1 1/ 9! . 9 4 4 f O2 aye
___ • ••••••r• 01 fla*Tar CM 318 ..
L T ol4 . l ,Successors
to %El, irs V ICEMPRIMix ACQw , ,
west of Vie Monntalns. 'Business 0 Ler
evis. Bond...Label_ .11 Oirenl i tr . Lo4st 'Oa I,
reddntlik , Irsatesi ten Of .
ziliti4 bimetal 'Use.% 40.7Zic—Tyikinsd TA
welra stmt. Pittsburgl.
The Latest Ariival
They also offer a
A DisplOy of Go(Ai Equal
N0..11 and 73 FIFTH AIiNNUZ,
GRAY .& LOGAN'S,
BAREDIMAKII So BUETTUD4