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tin lii:tstutO Gap*.
?HE *WO DEATHS
la*ao maiden)! walking beside g river.
Tits one 14 pall, thOutherin gray.'
T4O =Wins wailing beshie s liver,
Oh now fah' to see were they I
And has gold sings on her band,
And a kilos with asilver crest;
Thrittitbit but her ling long hair,
And &white rosy on her breast..
Azad one -with criti. blitist . Ire;
. And the other sarshat s me best,
'Abe more is pitY o ,f9v - Rei apts. 1."
Two' maidens walking beside the river,
W ho used to tire llue sisters of l ore.
Twoinaidens walking beside the river;
'l he one shalt rue tt tur ever inure.
The thorn scray grows at the born of the river:
Dart: on three slues, and dark over head.
Tark with the shadow of htmlock. and nightshade
hat fattea the best ou the flesh of the ...end.
A fair, fair hand on the shining dagger,
A gdut In the sunlight, a ioug vrt!ct seretUa.
A tartan , and splash la the raving torrea ,
*obits rose edoylng adown rue stream.
A low dark room where the sunshine wanders
Ihs &Iva blood.Un Led abides of umnlng rare.
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A lone hard woman with long gray tresses,
Whose proud coal bends not to smile or prayer.
'A 'MIMI child with a posy of Lowers,' ,
And une white rose in its plump redhead;
go s; "Mot her,wear this for your darling'ssake,
bite has brought it for from a fear-of sand."
A wiJA a risk 3 !Aging from cope to foruidalon; _
A titre g le to spear, no word ever laid.
A.whlt white atu end 'round a haggard dead
I n lv.
A grave the choir , and the mass for the dead.
No pries sung prayers tor her who died
By .be.thorn uustt on the river's else.
' - I long long ago.
But the Mats is said, and the dole Is given,
Ana the lamps send Melt. Bieck. smoke up to
For It ..r. why has passid away unshriven,,-
, 1 Into um realm or s oe. '
Scanurr fever is raging violently in
• Chester county.
• WEST CHESTER had a snow and hail
storm last week.
LANCIMITER Is about to get anothet
Er orr mad dirty were killed in Doyles
town Itlt -Thursday.
LEE oir has a population of about
9,000 persona and eleven churches.
A Simms= dog went mad in West
Chestor la.t. Saturday and was shot.
IN York county the fruit seems to have
been uninjured by the severe frosts of
last week. '
James M. Basins . , Esq., of Franklin,
is'-announced as .a candidate for State
Senator, to. succeed Brown of Mercer.
A. P. Duncan, Esq., is also a. candidate.
, THE, Gordon well on the one acre tract
of the Baney Farm, Cherry Tree ran,
'flowed ninety barrels during -the twenty
'four hours ending at twelve o'clock on.
;Saturday. • •
.• d ery tp,.. BROWN 18 again a candidate
,for the S tat e Senate in• Mercer county.
,Marvey Robinson, ex-member, and S. IL
-Miller, Esq., of the Mercer Dispest,a, are
also candidates for the nomination.
TEE Scranton Republican says : Sat
urday, Peter Holhuid, a mine laborer at
.Leggitt's. Creek shaft, was. Instazitly
,killed.hy a fall of "top coal." His head
_was crushed out of all semblance of hu
THE :Pottstown Car Works are now
: engaged on a contract for the building of
ififia , gondola, or box, cars, twenty-eight
,stobk cars and twelve large eight wheeled
=coal cars for the Pennsylvania Railroad
-Two houses in Brownsville were en
' tend bUrglars on Sunday night; from
• brie - the store of Mr. Skinner,. some $2OO
worth of goods were stolen, but 'nothing
was taken from the other, which was the
dwelling house of Mr. Nelson Snowden.
Tun steam tannery of Leighoir, An
' thony & Co.; in Northumberland, was
:destroyed by fire on Thursday night of
last week. The loss is estimated at $4,500,
two-thirds of which will be covered by
insurance. The fire was the work of an
Tint velocipede has appeared in Kit
tanning; if it had come a little sooner it
would have been hailed with something
akin to rapture probably, but it has quite
recently become the fashion to decry the
two-wheeled monster, and Kittanning is,
as usual, fashionable.
Box& nights since, while Emile . Rosen:
stein, a lad of thirteen years, and a stu
dent at Andalusia College, was on a visit
to his friends in Philadelphia,' he got up
in his sleep, as is supposed, and fell from
the third story window of his mom—no
doubt causing instant death.
Jan. Jost . HOCKLEY, the venerable
Cashier of the old Bank of North
America, in PhiladelPhia, •has resigned.
Mr. Hockleyltis been an officer of that
bank for forty-four years, always doing
-his work acceptably, and his kind, genial
• ; face will be much missed from his old
TIM literary societies of Washington
and Jefferson College have invited• Dc.
McCoslx, of Princeton, to deliver the ad
dress before them at the next annual com
mencement, which is to take place in
washington on the sth of August, and
. , t h at distinguished gentleman has accepted
'Tug Philipsburg Journal says: "A
sawyer. employed In the mill of J. J.
_Zimmerman & Co., has borne off the
palm for rapidity in sawing—having on
Friday last, AprilliOth, cut 81,108'feet of
- inch lumber in ten hours. The greatest
• number of feet cut in the 'same length of
`time, lull* parts; 'preTiously, was 25,-
- • Tag Rafktnan'aJourna/says: "luioth
= er of , the prisoners confined Iry our jail
made good hie escape one day last week.
- He - solicited .the privilege of , going into
- the yard, bdt not retaining, search was
•tnade, l wheit it was discovered that'a, new
belcord had been thrown over the wall,
' •by means of which ,he succeeded in
13osus nine we eks ago Mary Enoch% a
pouni lady of sixteen years, residing at
• No. 2810,iGermantown avenue, Philadel
..phia; was bitten in the hand by a strange
cat-that had entered the house, and which
she was endeavoring to cateh. On Mon
day morning she was seized with spasms,
and died:in terrible agony from hydropho
.` 'Ma in the evening. _ •
ON Friday week James • Toole; of
Lehigh county, made a bonfire,
of some 'rubbish in his garden,' and um
;; eralpole girls amused themselves by stir
, singiiraund endplaying,with the embers.-
The clothing of e• little girl slx,pantold,
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daughar of J. McElroi, became ignited,
and she was almost .'immediately envel ! '
oped in a sheet of • The poorlittli
child wag so badly. injured she died the
- same night...
A exixeinen accident occurred to Geo.
Wilson •of Rising Sun, Md.,' on Thurs.- -
day las& H was driving home, when a
belt tame .out and-the shafts dropped
down on the horse's beefs, which caused
him to jump so suddenly. that Mr. W.
was thrown out of the wagon head fore
most. Hvilighted on the side of. his face
• and had one of his ears cut or torn off
close to his head as clearly as though it
.had been severed-with a- knife. He_ was.
very little otherwise hurt, and is about
'again,. but miens an ear. '
AnOtrr a fortnight ago a mad dog
passed through Moreland township,
Montgomery -county, biting nearly all tun
dogs on the mute. He • carried a pup up
the hilt by the head, bidding defiance to
his pursuers. Going to Mr. Boyer's he
bit a hog and killed his turkey gobbler,
When he left for Jacob Plethora's, where
he was-dispatched. :Unfortunately, - Mrs.
Boyer handled the dead turkey, and hay;
ing.accidentally cut her finger previously
it' is feared the virus has entered the
bloOd.—Doyiestouin Democrat. .
Tan miners in the neighborhood of
Scranton are in great - excitement. A
strike is imminent; and some men have
already suspended work. Most of - the
storekeepers have given notice that thsy
will not sell goods to miners on - credit
during the suspension of• work, as many
of the bills thus made 'during the last
suspension remain unpaid. The
Miners employed by the Pennsylvania
Coal Company at Pittston held *i second
meeting last Saturday, reconsidered their
previous action, and resolved not to Ms-
Humrsoport is excited over a series of
robberies which were committed in that
borough said vicinity last week. On
Sunday night, a pair of valuable horses
with saddle, harness and buggy were
made way with; on Monday $9OO worth
of goods were taken from a store; on
Tuesday, two citizens were stopped by
four disguised highwaymen who robbed
them of about $4O; and on Thursday a
country store at Six Mile Run was entered
and &polled of a quantity of goods and
some $4O in money. The perpetrators
have yet to be discovered.
Tax Lewistown Gazette says: An ore
exactly resembling what is known as the
Franklinite of Sussex county, New Jer
sey, was discovered on Friday last on
the lands of William A. McManigle,
Esq., on the south side of Long Moun
tain, about four miles from Milroy, and is
pronoun'xid by a gentleman familiar with
the business, and who tested it, to have in
connection with it the vein of zinc ore al
most invariably found side by side with
the Franklinite, which is described as a
mineral of iron black color, about as hard
as feldspar, and slightly maghetic, and is
considered as peculiarly adapted to mak
ing the best quality of iron and steel.
Tux Village ..11eeord says: Mad dogs
are becoming alarmingly pre talent incur
neighboring counties, every exchange
that comes to us contains and account of
their ravages. Three dogs went mad at
Yardleyville, Bucks county, fon Saturday
evening of last week, and were killed-
One of them, belorging to Charles Shoe.
maker, was attacked with cavulsions in
the bar-room, and showed ev ident symp
toms of hydrophobia. He was seized be
fore any one was injured, end-then shot.
Another dog at Shoemaker's, one at
Devlin's and one at Captain Lovett's
were killed, having . _ given indications of
the disease. It is said that all these dogs
were bitten by the one shot by Isaac H.
Bullhorn a short time ago.
ON TUESDAY afternoon last, while con
stable Watkins, or Mahanoy township,
was conveying a man named Robert
Bevesikga,to prison in this borough, the
prisoner got off the cars at Combola while
they were in motion, and attempted to
Escape. Mr. Watkins pursued him, and
when within a few yards of him, Bever
idge turned around and told him that if
he came nearer he would knock the head
off of him. A struggle 'ensued, and Bev
eridge grasped Watkins' hand in which
there was a pistol,.while With the other
he attempted to strike him with a stone.
In self-defense, then, Watkins tired, the
shot hitting B everidge in the grain, from
the effects of which Beie.ridge died on
Thursday night at eight o'clock. Bever
idge was charged with stealing a pair of
boots in Mahanoy City, and the Justice
had ordered him to be committed for trial.
ON the evening of April 14th, a daugh
ter of Isaac Stoll, of Milford township,
aged about- .- twenty years,
died. She.'tvas ill for some time previ•
ions, of consumption, though not confined
to her bed. On that day she suddenly
fell back ox her chair and apparently de
parted this life. The funeral was to have
taken place on the following Sunday. As
the coffin was opened at the grave for the
friends to take their last look at the; de
parted, as is the custom of that locality, it
occurred to the clergymen that the corpse
had a remarkably fresh appearance. The
lips were red and the face flushed. Upon
speaking to the parents theieof, it was de
termined to postpone the burial until Sun=
day. The remains 'were then deposited
in a well wormed room-for the night, but
notwithstanding this, on. the following
Sunday, the corpse had still the same as
pect and appearance. The.barial was as
in consequence again postponed for an in-
definite time. This is a singular case—
most probably of trance.
How. John A. Bingham is at his home
in Cadiz. -
Tax Volcano Furnace at Maniion has
started. to work again.
A STABLE with its contents, valued at
thrbe thousand dollars, was burned in
Xenia on Tuesday.
Mn. J. FRANKLIN, proprietor of an
itinerant velocipede school, died Satur
day in Galion last week.
A BOY named William Jones was killed
near Spring Hills, Cbampaigne County,
by a falling tree some days since.
New Humley, on Tuesday, 'a large
neW frami dwelling house belonging to
Mr. Manbeck, was destroyed by fire. It
Was valued'at $3,000.
Tim Canton Repository says: In Ur
banna, because Mr. B. W. Hitt entertain..
ed a temperace lecturer, the whyskyitea
tried to barn his property, and broke two
of his windows, 640-feet, the largest in
A COLORED - man, ninety four years old,
is.in the Green Ctranty jail; charged with
harboring 4lstolen hotie: it is estd•he
•foughtiuzder- lacklon Nely ,Orloans,
and waa a servant of Ex• President Ba
dmen about ten years.
Arnanw Saar Sr.. and Jetties
Sifret have resided in n county for
the last half century, and although in dif
ferent townships, the distance between
their residences, on a direct line, does not
exceed two.and a half:Mlles. One day
last - week these two pioneers happened in
London at the same time, and while the
former was esigaged in conversation with
Jesse Watson Mr. Sifret came up and
was introduced to Mr. Shepherd, the cer
emony.being done in a jesting manner
Mr. W. taking it for granted that the tiro
neighbors for fifty, year') -were old ac
quaintances. But it turns .out they were
not, and that this was their first meeting.
Tun Springfield Republic says About
one mile and a half this side of Tremont,
stands a dwelling of which a barrowing
account comes to our ears. The neigh
bors and the whole country roundabouts
are, sleepless o' nights concerning it
Lights are seen moving In it, borne by
no substantial earthly inhabit*. Strange
rappings occur within its walls, and if
the sheeted dead do' ot squeak and gibbet
along its shadowy passages, it is because
nobody stays to liken to them. The sew
ing-girl who worked there not long ago
found herself growing pallid 'with wake
ful terror, and declared, "she wouldn't
stay another week for anything' in the
world:" And the mystery continues
and ever increases, as such mysteries
WEST VIRGINIA Is putting up a build
ing for a State Normal School at Guyan
A KAN was drowned in the Ohio river
at Catlettsburg, Ky., on the night of the
4th inst., whole supposed to have been
George M. Hursey, of Parkersburg.
AT Williamsport, Grant county, this
State, Hiss Bettie S. Williams has been
appointed Postmistress, vice E. C. Trow
bridge, Esq., resigned.—aruth Branch
Lima SPANGLER, a boy thirteen or
fourteen years of age, was killed on the
21st tilt. by the falling of the roof in Laid
ley & Gardner's coal bank, while dig
ging coal.—Oharleston Journal.
THE Monroe .Republitan says Mr. Chas.
Johnson met with a melancholy fate on
his farm on Turkey creek, on the 20th
inst. Mr. Johnson with his brother and
a neighbor were engaged in removing a
log. In attempting to roll it over a rock,
tl.o log passed over sooner than was ex
pected and caught the deceased, crushing
his whole body and causing immediate
The Pall Mall Gazette says: "Count
Bismarck, a statesman, whose foresight
and thorough knowledge of European
politics even his enemies do not attempt
to deny, made, a few days ago, a remark
which will appear surprising to most
Englishmen. Speaking to a Russian
diplomatist, he said; do not fear your
armies; I fear the influence of your com
munal institutions on European society.'
Accustomed. as we are, to regard • Russia
as the type of a despotically governed
country, it may seem strange to find it
looked upon by a great statesman as a hot
bed of communism. The fact is easily
explained. Commtinal institutions, in pa.,
certain sense, have always been the, le
in Russia. The land surrounding each,
village is divided among the families in
proportion to the numbers of members,
(a new distribution being made every ten
sears,) and the village, as a body, is re
sponsible for the payment of a yearly
sum to the free-holders.
"Under such a system it is endent that
the industrious must pay for the idle,
and that incentive to individual enter
prim is very much weakened. That the
idle form the majority seems to be
shown by the following fact : Since
the emancipation a law has been paiseeff
enabling the Inhabitants of any village,
by a demand signed by two•thirds of
the heads of families, to become, on pay
ment of a sum fixed by official , valua
tion, freeholders of the land they occu
py. In all Russia such a demand; has
not yet been made. -While the peasant
was a serf his position was but- little
studied by foreigners; but since' the
emancipation the exponents of theAlocl
trines of communism have been watch,
lag with much interest the trial' of their
principles among a free petisantry. whey
_as—yet derived bbt small comfort
from the Fontemplation, the most- zio
ticeable effect being an enotEl2ollB increase
One of the Democrauc 41 VIctories. 1 ?
The Bucks County Intelligeneer. Isays
that in the contested election cise °flay.
for vs. Reading, the. time allowed„ by .
Congress for taking testimony closed on
last Tuesday. The aggregate result thug
far reached gives the election , to . Taylor
by about 125 to 150, votes. • The ..same
paper states that Dr. Reading and his
friends admit that. Taylor will gain his
seat, and it is alleged that the Dr. would
Like to withdraw from the contest without
In some, of the townships, in Bucks
county the most barefaced 'frauds were .
practiced. Persons who had not, -paid
tax, and for whom the collector' had
clahned exonerations, produced receipts
given them by the Democratic collectors,
and were thus allowed to vote. False
naturalizaLlon papers were circa!f ted;
and numbers of foreigners voted - pon
them, and lave since been can* d of
the—offense, and are now serving , t a
.8031 E years since a wildioose walahat
in Washington Territory, _and ' a few
wrabie of wheat were taken &UM its or/7
Being large and full, thati,presery
and' planted.: The yield *as ,foun d
sir greet as' to lead to .. 'its • prop,agii-.
dor, until this variety, .which. is
in the Tel/Thug as the ; ••",Gooeir ',Wheat,"
has becorawastandardone in thet.sectiou
of the etlgetzry. ; Samples of :this wheat
were recently sent 'to TheAgricultural'
Department at ;Washington: ,Upl;9/ ex
amining the samples at the Memo i of
which there are : some 2,000 varieties,: the .
same wheat was found...being one of the
samples froth the Paris Exposition, and.
was grown in Onimea, in Spain.
Tun St. Louis Boubtiean jays: We
yesterday received' Bacratneuth papers
the 26th of Aprii—ontit one week out.
Thitria the'quickest time yet maie'att thie
city. From some ' titexptabiett &Ott' In
stones our , Batt Frautisco letter fhil
though we hive neiViplipet Alesikpui that
city apt* Ounday the 25tb ' 7Pls '
FRID. AY, MAY 7, j ; 1889.
TEIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &C.
SATURDAY, MAY Ist,
JOSEPH HORNE do .CO.
WILL HAVE ON HALE
100 CASES NEW
HATS AND BONNETS,
INCLUDING SHAPES NEVER' BEFORE 01-
FEBLD 1N THIS MARKET. .
"JELIN3 BON f 3,
CRAPES, MUSLINS. BONNET AND
HAT FRAIkES; AND
To , Which We Invite the Attention of
MILLINERS AND DEALERS.
77ut AND 79 MARKET STREET.
NSW SPBING GOODS
giro, 27 Fifth Avenue,'
DressiTrimmings and Buttons:
Embrbideries and Laces. 1.
Wino a and Flowers.
Rats nd Bonnets. ~
Glove Pttingand French Corsets. ,-.-, -
tyles brasier' a Skirts.
Parasol,--a I the new styles.
Sun 1! Bala Umbrellas. •
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agene for "Harris' Seamlesi Bids."
Sprin and Summer underweas,
Sole gents for the Bends Patent Shape Col
lams, ' Lockwood's "Irving. t' "West End,"
'Elite. ' /Lc; "Dickens," "Derby," and other
eaters supplied with the above at.
MA UFACTURERS' PRICES.'
re • -
I. -- ,s 3.
MA UM & MELIA.
B OWS' CLOTHING.-The lar
gest and most complete stook of 1\
Boys', Youths and Children's Clothin '\ g,
For the presentZseoson, Is to be found at
.GRAY & LOGAN'S, -
a w e >47 SIXTH STREET, (late St.
MTHERSON & MURLANBRING 1
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street.
litaceessors to W. EL McGEE CO/0
Rave just received their caretally selected, stock
of Spring and Summer Goods. and will be wad
to show or sell them to old and new customers.
The Cutting Department wilt Mil be superin
tended byYr. C. .A...IIUBLANBRING.
I take pleatinie in recommending the aboie Arm
to the liberal support oh the public.
tnhli:ttuW. IL McDEE.
° Mate Cutter With W. liespeatielde s ):
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittshurgh.
A. splendid new stock of
Just received try. ABEIRY MEYER.
.I,telprelliitilit Tailor. la Smithfield stieet.
WELDON &- HELM( ' ,
Itanntacturers and Wholesale Dealers !In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND. LAMP DODDS.'
yeanoN Am) LUBRICATING OILS.
Ad vennem -feta. St
i PURIFIES THE BLOOD.- •
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NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, Haslink Dress - Goods,
FULL LINE OF
87. DIARRET STREET. 87.
A r.. 5 19 041 1 ..) ' CO .,
WHOLE/MLR DEALESI3 IN
Fozeign and Domestic Dry lioods,
No. 94 WOOD ESTREZT.
Third door above Diamond alley,
~V ALL PAP'ER
117, and Handsome Designs, -
Noir OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
• (NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest designs from the FINEST STAMP
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of Which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. 11: HUGHES & BRO.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,'
W. P. NIA*S/141,1,'5_
NEW WALL PAPER STORE;
191 Liberty Street,.
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. mliS
GLASS. CHINE. CUTLERY:
100 WOOD STREET.
- •• NEW GOODS.
BOHNITILiN AND CHINA.
NEW STYLES,a Dur.N.Ezurars,
. A large stock of
SILYE ,PLATED GOODS
IS of all descriptions.
Cail: and zainineTtir good's, and we
isaUstled• no one need fall to be suited.
Re ' Few ^ litliEED. arr CO •
100 WOOD STREET.
nowrontrEs -,To TREAT ALL
gLiprivitte dlseaßen,Syphilii in its forms,
• Gonorrhea, Glatt, Stricture, Orchitis, and all
urinary diseases, and the effect* of mercury are
completely eradicated; Eipermatorrhea or Berni
na' Weakness and Impotency: resulting from
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces
some of the following effects, as blotenes, bodily
weakness. Indigestion, consumption. aversion to
goblet) Aunntanlinria, , dread - of; future' events,
loss of intmory : indolence, nocturrmi. emissiond.
'and finally's° prostrating the sexual system as to
render marriage unsathitibtory, and therefOre
Imprudent. these pumauently cured.. Persons af
flicted lattbi or soy other dello& ,te intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint shoUld
give the DOA*r a trial: - he never &its.
partieular attentlonAviven to all Female coin
tibtints,'Lencorrbea or Whitelliralling, 'edam
-minion or , 'Ulceration of the' Womb, During,
Prnfltht, Antenurrhoesk Mertorrbitirta,. Dysmen
norrboety and bterility or Borrenness, are treat.
en with tbe greatest suess.
It Is selfTerLdentthat $ physlotan who confines
himself exclusively to the study of a certain clam
of diseases and treats thousands of cases every I
year , Must acquire greater skin In that specialty
than ong in general practice. • • .
The Doctor publishes a medlOal pamphlet Of
fifty pagesthat gives Aril exposition of venec e d
and private diseases,ttb at can be bad free *to
or by man . or two stamps, in sealed envelop s.
Every sentence contains instruction to the 'of
illetedinnd enibltbem to determine.the pre.
Mse nature or th complaints.
The 'establish ment, comprising'ten ° Maple
rOorns,„ is central: When it is not convenient to 'I
visit Abe, Mtn. the. Doctor** opinion can be up.
tamed by giving a written statement of the ca
and medicines can be forvfarded , ' bit malt or 'e x . se,
Mess. In 'tome inakuusea: hoWever, a personal.
ex main ation •Is absolutely netwriary, while-In
others daily personal attention la' rent ired, and
for the accommodation r teach Patients there are -
apartment, connected with theoMcirthat, are pm.
vlded with every requisite that Is calculated tO
bßrbpromote recovery, 'including medleated vapor
Doctor's owiLlaboratory : under his personal su
pervision. Nedical pamphlets at OMNI free: or
,mr14913°611 11:4. Of
4 pr yille
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
BRUSSELS CARPETS VELVETS, &O.
The Latest' Arrival
No. 53.. FIFTH AVENUE,
watt 7nc: akalfireasitaEllBn-dort
They also offer a
Complete Line of
To which lar g e 116E111.1one are dally beln g made.
A Disphiy of- Gouda . Equal
Re reßented In tbls market atLmyzzs.
.ro. 51 FIPTH arXrux
WOOD& BbiITHRIXT,D.I , •
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c.; and, are pie.
pared ,to offer as go .;stock and at
as low prices An :any other. Ileum
in the Tra e. ' We' have all the
new styles f Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Plys and Two flys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
In the Marke .
SAVE TIAO IiONLT
HAVE NOW OPEN THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCK
-P.EST IS. - ifiT ETNET LISH BeIDY BIitTSSELB,
The 'choicest steles ever offered.l4 this mar ket.
Our prices are the LOW - F.4T.
kiplendid Line of C,hettp Corpoto.•
GOOD COTTON* CHAIN Citini i irt.
At 26 CentB Per Yard. •
MeFARLAND & GOWN;
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENUE,
G. . w. De CAMP,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT-LAX. .
Mice, No. 137 FOURTH' AVENUE, rata
burgh', (formerly occupied by Hon. Waltr/H.
Lows's.) wid practice In the U. S. Circuit and
District Courts, In the State Supreme and all the
COurts. of Allegheny county, and make collec..
tto_____ns In most of the adjacent counties. jailyi774
WWI. B. NEEPIEB,
ALDERMAN AND EX-OFFICIO JIATIREP
THE PEACIR. • - •
'OFFICE, 89 FIFTI4 AiENIIN. -
Special attention_given . go conveyancing... MI
collections Deeds. Bonds and Mortgages dram
up. and all legal business attended to peumptly
Ez-Omcio Justice of the P and PellieMax
trate. - Office; GRANT T, opposite the
Cathedral, PITTSBURGR,:PA. - •
Deeds,Aßmads ; Mort ass; Acknowiediuents,
Denositton's end Legal Business executed
with prompt ness and dlsnatelk. , , setae
J O HN STRAIN, ;
KZ-OPEICIO JUSTICE OF MR PEA.OIII4IND
, POLICE .111AGLSTRATE:
0111e1411$ ,E/PTHBTRENT, o * ) Site the 1 511-
'Metre', Pittsburgh,, Pa. Deeds, Bonds,_ Most.
gage!, Acknowleagments, , DeTusitlutie, and eli
begs, Business executed with - promptness and
41sustch. • t r. •
.• Justice of tTI4, ?OW,
CONVEYANCER, REAL INTATEAID IN§U.
RANCE AGEEN , F. 4
cA,IIBOA BTBEET,, EAU i!IRMIREiLL4i.'
Colloottgn '.ol Zienis sollalliet% and iipmptly e -
tended to. . • utid:7lo ,oy
A. 7 " 140 . 11 N - mlt-.A.T-l i ik.W 6
Are. 9ii 4 1478 15T14,1,1`, 1
join WI ituaDELL,!
-°Mee, ne Diainorid street,
• (OPPofite the 007 t Him%)
Prf_ ...... „_111.111:111011, PA.
tum -BELL - &- elfolt
ittipotkit . 'COTT
stuivramrer l c*Er avl
SYriEIMNGS 'AND EXT'TINIG:'
udviteld street; 'Bole l i tsßeturer. ot
arres.P,STe Cement samkenivel Ant.
testa 113 V 4 :law
IaPr iiiT E.LIME.O+2OOI
vw Fresh lkOlte,lttne, fit mil I
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