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Qs lit** Gapitt.
Poor hobbling beetle, n `et not haste:
?should traveler.' travelleertraveler thus alarm?
Pursue thy ioniser through the-waste,
r.• ?to font of mine shall work thee haps.
. - W.holinows what errand grave thou hest—
family" that have not dined?
dged under pebble there they fast,
'llll head of house have raised the wind:
Idan's bread lies `mous the feet of men;
for eark and moll-senicient cause:
Who eannut sew would r • apt and then
In Beetledom are no poor taws.
And If thy wife and thou agree
_ But 111., as lice when (short of victual,
.1 swear, the public sympathy
Thy fortune meriteth, poor beetle.
Alas: and I should do thee 'bath—
, To realms se night with heeatap send?
Who Judged thee worthy plans of death.
On earth, save, Withollt • mono
Plus on, poor beetle! Venerable
Art thou, where wonders ne'er so rife;
Thou halt what Bel to Tower of B.bel
Not gave; the chief of wonders—Life,
Also of ...ancient fa:atty.' ,
Though small in sise,i of features dark.
What DebreWs peer stirpasseth thee?
Thy ancestor was in Noah's ark.
—New York bas a Hansom-cab corn
--Patiocino, the nun, has arrived in
-T. Buchanen Read is painting his
Sheridan's Ride. '
—Bryant, the poet, is accused of in
• —Hotels at many of the watering places
are already opening.
—Madeline Henriques is announced to
reappear at Wallack's.
—sl,ooo a week is the salary of the
Governor General of the Dominion.
—Robert Barns' otdy surviving son is
'new living at Cheltenham, aged 77.
—An exchange thinks corned beef is
more.of use than : corned men, to the
--Andrew Johnso is said to be worth
only about $75,000. We dont value him
nearly BO high. 1
—We see it stated that the Sultan's
presents to the Princess of Wales are val.
- ned at $400,000.•
—Bostort is to have a new daily paper
with a capital of $200;000, which is to
advocate free trade.'
—The prohibitionists in Boston are
now down on the apothecaries who sell
—A Mormon preacher has discovered
that all that the world is after is to try to
make the Lord come to its terms, and he
won't do it.
---Gratiot, a French artist, has been or
dered by Napoleon, to paint a life 'size
portrait of General Grant for the gallery
_ —The Boston Post says some of the
critics think Min - Xeliogg has too :wow
airs, but her repertoir is really not half
so full as Parepa's.
—A Moorish Kiosk has been put tip In
_the Cential Park at New York, at a cost
of forty thousand collars, and mineral
waters are sold in it.
—Wagner, the composer, has been in
vited to' compose a piece of music ex
pressly for the Boston Peace Jubilee, if
it is not in the too immediate future.
—The old buildings of the Mercantile
Lithely Company, in Philadelphia, has
been sold for $95,000, and the library will
soon be moved into its new property on
" Tenth street
—The Mount :Vernon estate is adver
tised to be 'sold on june 19th. This is
that phrt of the estate of the late John A.
Washington, which was not transferred
to the ladies' association.
The 10thcf July is fixed as the day
which will bereafter be celebrated as the
anniversary of the end of the world. Ga
briel's trumpet will be eagerly listened
for by believers on that day.
• —The New York Commercial says:
, RhOde Island is now mortified and
• humiliated she has only herself to blame.
States cannot expect to Ignore brains and
bow before wealth and still escape morti
'-We see it stated tiutt Glen. Burnside
will be a formidable riiel to Gen. Logan
for the commandership in the national
encarcpment of the Grand Army of the
Republic, which is to meet in Cincinnati
=The last aurora borealis story is re
lated by a correspondent of a New Haven
paper, who looked at the telegraph wires,
and saw "sparks of electricity: hop along .
• them like infinitesimally small illumina
ted toads." , r
--A down-east girl being bantered one
• day by some of het female friendif in re
gard to her lover, who had the misfor
tune to have but one leg, replied: "Pooh,
• -fwouldn't have a man with two legs—
they're too common!" '
—There is a sailor, now grinding an
organ in New Jersey, who served through
the Crimean war, and also under Porter
during our wir, and now he wears his
leurels meekly and tarn} an honest penny
with the crank of It torture-box.
7 -" Sam" Chanfrau in chicago and
Chia wife lain Etostoik, which makes about
as fine a state of affairs as would be
whited for if a divorce is required, but
Cinema and hip wife are said to be fool
; bh enough to be fond of each other.
—Miss Jones,Postmistress at Winter ;
.- set, lowa, recently married Mr. AlikeA
Smith. Mrs. Smith is not known to the
Department as Postmistress. Miss Jones
has no longer a. legal existence, and
things genetelly are very mach mixed.
amiable anxious to know if he • hati marl
rled tato tile postoffice, or lute married
the poatotilee out of the fan*.
.—A Copcord editor; who has 'become
to 13 over the auroral display last
-*-week, Bays it looked as j! "some celestial
mercer had unrolled two or three dozen,
pieces of silk of the most beautiful tints
of purple, green, blue, lilac and white, ,
gathered the ends Into 0- hands at the
zenith * and !et them flow down to the ho.!
rizon.' i He is evidently a. Commercial
—The Philatielphia Bulletin says: We `
have been much pleased to find that our
occult joke on Mr. X. Orr's call to a Phil-_ 1
adelphia pulpit has not yet been fathom
ed. Some have supposed that it referred
to the X.Orr-ganist of the church; others
to the X-Orrtations or X•Orrcisms of the
reverend gentleman; otheis again to the
X•Orr-bitance of clerical salaries; !others
to the possibility of some future X-Orr
schism in the congregation. We are,
in-X-Orr-able, and don't mean to explain.
—The Philadelphia Bulletin has taken
Mr. John Russell Young in hand thus:
"People who run two or three papers
should remember what Young says in
his 'Night Thoughts:' •
Insatiate archer, would not one suf
"Mr. Young says, in one of his letters:
"That's gay!" In his "Night Thoughts"
"As Young as_ beautifhll and soft as
And Gay as soft! and innocent as tea:
"Mr. John Russell Young, "who,
loves peace," is •evidently on the war
path of the Sioux. He has now Sioured
about half-a•dozen papers, "striking"
each for several thousands."
A Beautiful' Art for American Women.
A. Venice correspondent, who has vis
ited the ateliers of a mosaic company, in
Campo 8. Vio, on the Grand Canal, sug
gests that the pretty art there practised
would be a diversion for fair fingers at
home. It would certainly be better than
Potichomania; Decalcomania;or Grecian
painting, and less serious and un-sexing
than modeling or oil-painting. Speaking
of the "Anglo-Italian" (Anglican cash ;
Italian brains) Mosaic company, this
writer observes : "160 square metres of
mosaic work have been executed in this
establishment, some of them exquisite
miniatures, such, as the portraits of Co
lumbus and Marco Pole for which the
Municipality of Venice paid 18.000 francs,
others for the Kensington Museum Lon
don, for which 2,500 each was paid, the
remainder monumental mosaic, which
costs about 80 francs per square foot.
The sum realized for the 160 metres is
30,280 franca. Fifty workmen are em
ployed in this department. I asked the
director if he took apprentices. He said :
No ; they would waste our time, which
is the article of which we have least to
spare, but our pupils came to us chiefly
from the Venetian Academy. At first I
had great, hopes of employing women,
but I have now given up the idea, owing
to the impdasibility of finding any girls
in Venice with a decent knowledge of
drawing." This remark set me thinking
how easy it would be for a few enter
prising American women, who possess a
fair knowledge of drawing,*to come over
and learn the mosaic art thoroughly, and
reforn - totheir---ivrixi cord:dry to furnish'
ornamental, pictorial and monumental
mosaic to all who* , require a decoration
which alone defies wind, - smoke and
A Picture of Canada. '
A reputable daily journal in Montreal,
the Star, in its comments upon the news
of an approaching visit from the - British
Miniiter to this country, to look into the
reports about a desire for annexation,
holds such language as this:
"Mr. Thornton will see a country 3,000
miles from England more Tory than the
strictest Conservative, and clinging to the
name of a connection which carries as
much practical significance as the Hk
Jacet on a nameless grave; a country
with the finest water-power in the world;
holding, like a geographical pontiff, the
Keys which unlock the Ocean and the In
land, which open the great gates through
which pass the manufactures of one con
tinent, and the corn of another, and which
commands the great highway between
Europe and Asia. And a country which,
while possessing these treasures,
cock on a citing hill, would give them all
for a grain of barley. A country where
all the business is done on credit, where
ten per cent. of its tradesmen are insol
vents annually, where for miles one rides
by depopulated farms, whose starving in
habitants have emigrated by thousands,
and whose population is decreasing at the
rate, of- 60,000 a'year per million. A,
country ruled by a Government, a bank,
and a railway—a Ministry whose policy
is Self and whose Practice is Jobbery--
and a mass of prominent citizens running
to a railway station after a 'gallant Bart,
with the feverish intensity of so many
curs after a spaniel. Mr. Thornton will
find all these phenomena springing from
ono cause—British connection."
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS ELECT E D
--,Tbe following is a list of county super
intendents elected on Tuesday last, as far
as received at the School Department,
with the amount of salary voted to each:
.Allegheny, A. T. Douthett, $2,000; Arm
strong, Samuel Murphy, $1,000; Beaver,
George M. Fields, $1,200; Bedford, Hen
ry W. 'Fisher, $1,000; Blair, John B.
Holland. $1,000; Bradford, Austin A.
Keeney, $1,000; Cambria, • T. J. Chap=
man, $1,000; Cameron, Joseph B. John
son, $1,000; Centre, R. M. Magee, $1,200;
Clarion, J. E. Woods,
George W. Snyder,sl,2oo; Erie,' C. O.
Taylor, $1,000; Samuel Gel
wix, *1,200; Huntingdon, Franklin,D. ni
$800; Indiana, J. F. Gibson, '$1,000;
M'Kean,•Wm. J. Milliken, $800: Mifflin,
John M. Bell, $800; Morthumberland,
Samuel Shipman, $1,000; Perry, Lewis
B. Kerr, $500; SnYdet.. Wm. Moyer,
$000; Somerset, W. H. Banner, $800; Ve
nango, Charles H. Dale, .1,500; West.
moreland, Henry, M . :Ones, $800; Wash
ington, W. G. Fee, $1,200.
BENTEIERNT AND FACT., ,-4 , 41 is said that
when Lord Byron sent to hllkwife the well
known touching lines— • .
• "Pere thee welt! Ah 4, It forever,
Hail. forever fare thee well!”
he inclosed in the same envelope a butch
'er's 1)111, with the penciled remark,
'Please look over this; I don't think we
lad so much meat." The conjunction of
ideas was. truly affecting, and
mend the anecdote (told by a lady to
whom Lady Byron, handed both docu
ments to read) to the careful conelderation
of those romantic minds whu think of the
English Manfred as a Sublime being,
whose "soul' was like a star,'And dwelt
'apart," far aboie sublunary cares—not to
speak of butchers' f,'
, 1 J
Private dispatches from New Orleans
state that the bbicluulo runners Peru and
Lillian, engaged in carrying illilms
ters from New Orleans to some point
contiguous to the Cuban • coast, have
landed at the island of Wand Jacque, in
the Gnlf, some twelve hours bY steamer
from Florida Keys, and the filibusters
have gone into quarters and are waiting
The. New York World Insists that the
Ingo sailed for Cuba with four hundred
and twenty men and eighty.four officers,
under General JOUrdan. r Aniongthe pill
cera were Brigadier General Charles
May, Lieutenant J. F. Magill, of the
British • Artillery, Lieutenant Edward .
Berre, of the French:
George Inman, Seventh' Rhode Island
Infantry, Captain L. C. Baily, formerly
of the Fifth United States Cavalry, Lieut.
Thomas Fitzgibbbns, 14uartermaster ,
Maior B. F. Martin, of the Twenty- fi fth
P e nnsylvania Cavalli, Col. Warren, Col.
C. Reld, Col. Thos. Lester.
The same paper:says four other vessels
have sailed within three weeks; the first,
under. Colonel. Johnson, taking five hun
dred and fifty-two men,the second, under
General. Spinola, three hundred; the third
with six hundred, and the fourth, under
General French, with five hundred and
eighty men. \
The World also says that within the
last month, "we have positive informt
tion that nine thousand men have left th
cities of Charleston, Baltimore and NeW
Orleans, for a point . adjacent to the Cubah
coast; and for the Island itself, two thou
sand have left the city of New York and
five hundred more men are now waiting
to get off." •
Parties from Tennessee say that Pre
dent Johnson has completely fizzled on
and no longer possesses any power t
serionsly.armoy the Republican_ party
The reported landing of a large num
ber of Americans with arms on the island
of Cuba is discredited at the headquarterS
of the Spanish Embassy.
The Spanish Minister expresses the ut
most confidence in the ability of the
Spanish authorities to suppress the insure
rection, and sa3 a that the insurgents, all
told, have not more than twelve thousand
men under arms.
Advices from Texas say that the new
Constitution, when submitted to the peo
ple, is sure to be adopted by a large ma
jority. The only opposition manifested
comes from those Republicans who favor
a division of the State into three States,
which will be defeated if the Constitution
is adopted and the Representatives ad
,milted into Congress. .
Internal Revenue Assessors report to
the Bureau here that more persons have
made income returns this year than in
any previous year, and the increase is'at
tributable to the course pursued by the
new Internal Revenue Supervisors in
warning all parties to make returns. So
far the returns are rather below the aver
age amount than above. The Internal
Revenue receipts from all sources do not
exceed half a million a day.
Life Under Ground. •
linothertgreat collier*. near Notting
ham has this week been flooded with
water, drowsing, happily, but five or six
persons. This battle for coal, from 300
to 2,000 feet beneath the surface, has its
returns of killed and wounded like any
other. The workers are used to it and
do not seem to mind it. Men who work
in the deep hot bowels of tke earth, lyi •
on their sides, and picking coal out of au
eighteen inch seam, cannot find life so
pleasant as to have much dread of inunda
tions or explosions. Bo they light their
pipes in something worse than a powder
magazine, and are liable to be drowned
at any moment. The deep mines are
kept free of water by powerfUl Corn sh
engines, which carry economy of .n
-gumption of coal and power gene • ed
about as far as it can go, so that on an
average 112 pounds of coal raises 58,711,-
000 pounds of water one foot—a force in
conceivible in a basket of coal. ;ut
even these engines can deal but Edo •• Iy
with the subterranean lakes which at
these times burst into the collierie-
London Cor r N. Y. Times.
The French French Cable at Cape May.
The Cape May Ocean. Wave is info ie. -
ed that the French Atlantic Cable C.m
pany will land their Shore end at a po nt
of the beaeh nearly fronting the n•w
Stockton Hotel, at the cape, under be
sanction of the bill passed by the S :to
Legislature at its last session. A .m
-pany to connect with them, authori d
by the'same act, was organized at C .
den recently. From Cape May th ee
main lines will deviate, one rune ng
across the bay to Lewes, on to Washi g.
ton, another direct:to Philadelphia, wile
the third is to extend . along the shore
north of New York. The steamer hav
ing aboard the cable will sail from France
in•july, so that we may look for its arri
val off our coast in the very "height of
Tun Tumult OF Tan Anuon.t..—The
latest and best accepted theory of the au
rora borealis is based on the facts; ascer
tained by modern experiment, that 'elec
tricity is generated by evaporation; and
the air which has absorbed $0111•3 moisture;
but not to the point of saturation, is a poor
conductor of electricity as compared with
the atmosphere in other conditions. The
theory supposea that electricity, gener
ated by evaporation in great quantitlei
and of too low intensity to be discharged
in the form of
,lightningo is collected in
the upper strata of the atmvphere, where
it is held, and kept from istseing,dowil
for a time, by astratuin of air of poorer
,quality beloW. `When this
stratum changes its condition by absorbing
more moisture, or he some Other way, the
electricity above• is set free and passes
down in great quantities, forming at night
the peculiar appearances , ot , the aurora
ANCIENT MEDALS of great historical
value halve recently been discovered in
excavations made in the vicinity of
Tarsus ' in Asia Minor. These medals
were struck about A. D. 280, in honor of
.Alexander the Great, by order of the
Emperor Alexander Severus, and contain
portraits and symbolic heads of the an
cient world. The Emperor Napoleon
boo paid $lO,OOO for four of these medals,
and presented them to • the. Imperial li
Woman in Russia owning propet tY .
have the right to vote by proxy. Women
in this country hasbig husbands eojoY ,
the eagle mitt,
TREKS= NOTIONS, &C.
SATURDAY, MAY Ist,
JOSEPH HORNE. t CO.
WILL SAYE ON SA.LB
100 CASES NEW
HATS AND- BONNETS,:
INCLUDING SPIS NITER BEFORE OF.;
YER.ED IN THIS MARKET.
RIBS OPT ES ,
CRAPES,; MUSLINS. BON ET AND
HAT PRAllEpg, D
MILLINERY G' ODS,
OF EVERY DESCRY rroN,
To Which We Invite the it cation of
MINERS AND DEALERS.
77 AND 79 MARKET STREET.
NEW,WRAP AND DODD GOODS !,
FRINGES AND GIMP S
In all styles , and colors.
SILK LOOPS FOB SACQUES.!:
FINE ASSORTMENT OF SATINS,. ,
THE NEW COQUETTE RAN PILISOLB.' !
Also, a l large variety of
. 84 PAl4.i & lIXERELLAS.
White French Whalebone Corsets,
Uily BO cts. a pair.
Purple and Mexique Blue F t ld
A splendid assortment of
.BRO. Bar:lib:MAN HOSE;
LACE CHEMISE IVES, si l l styles.
BILK SCARFS, • 1 •
Gent's Spring Undergarments.
MACRU GLYDE & CO.i
my;7B & 81 Market Street.
NOW SPRING GOODS
AT , ,
MACRUiI 6: CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroideries and Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers. •
• Hats and Bonnets.
Glove lining and French Onsets.
New Styles Ern ley's Skint.
Parasols—al the new styles,
Bun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for "Harris' Seamless Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents for the Bemis Patent Shape Col.!
lan, "Lockwood's "Irving," "West End,"!
"Elite," Act "Dickens,. "Derby," and other ;
Dealeis supplied with the above at
Mt/CRUM & CARLISLE,
7 1\14:20. `27
WELDON & KELLY,
Itanufkoturers arid Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Clmnielie
• coLLINs wrucnT.- •
• PITTSBURGILPA: •
We' arel.loW, prepared to simply Tlnners and.
Potters. It perfect, simple , and as cheap as.
the .plaln to p, having the names of the various
.I'n:tits stamped 'upon the cover, radiating from'
pia center, and an index or pointer stamped upoa'
e top of the can.
It bielearly Distinctly and Permanently
by merely ydacinis: e the name of the fruit the
eline° 4 /DS °PPG'the pointer and sealing In•
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
/Odd honsekoeper will use any other after once
seeing It. • • suh2it
A large assortment,
lin ES H SHA D RECEIVED "
• duly at BENJAMIN - FULPRICBB " po p nier'
b btand, No. 45 Diamond Market, Pltte-i
Wirral, and at the Twin City,. Allegheny. ellYt
miner of (Mlle and Federal streets. C as no bow
all Made of Bea and Lake Bah. Halibut, Shad.
Beak,,- Clodfloh. Haddock and Eel. Also, large,
supplies of.Whlte4 Lake Ash, Balatnon, BIOS. i
Sterteol2. Herring and Maetnaw Trout, which r ,
enables as to sell at the lowest market price
Fliulaule or, rem! ..- We Invlte l loyers of,
Fresh TIM t o
4Me A cell, sold we vily in nar , ,.
• - • . • • • . -- .
ta - j.;
AND, LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND I:I7BILICATIN6 OILS
No, ]547 Wood Street.
se9:nls • Between sth and Sib Avenues
FRUIT ,CAN TOPS.
Sld Aveuncnesr Salableld St.
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ad to t t
NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, -littslins, Dress 600ds,
FULL LINE OF
SILK SAC QU'ES,
ST. MARKET STREET. ST.
CARIII 211cCANDLESS & CO.,
Late Wilson, Carr A C 0..)
WHOLESALE Dmaras ur
Foteign and Domestic Dry Goode,
No. 94 WOOD STEM%
Third door above Diamond alley,
New and Handsome De ns,
No. 107 Market Street
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest deshms Dorn the FINEST STAktp-
Ell GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer it prices that,
will pay buyers to examine.
J , oS i t. HUGHES &
THE OLD DIPED STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
NEW *WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING RALLY. mh6
BOHEMIAN AAA 4.71111 NA.
8h101111 4 71r SETS,
A Urge stock of
(10111TE4UES TO TREAT ALL
IL/ private diseaaes. Syphilis In all its fbrms,
Gonorrhea, (Sleet, Stricture, Orchids. and all
urinary dlseibes, and the effects of mercury are
comp:eteay eradicated' Spermatorrhea or been
:sal Weeknele anti Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or dther causes, and which produce,
acme of the following effects, as blotcnes, bodily
weakness. indigestion, consumption, averslooto
society, unmanliness, dread of future events,
loss of emory, indolence, nocturnal emission&
and finally so prostrating the sexual system as to
render marriage unsatistactety, and therefore
Imprudent, are permanently cured. Persons af
flicted with these or any other delicate intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give toe Doctor a trial; lie never fella
A particular attention given to all Female com
plaints. Leurorrhea or Whites, Falling, Inflam.
nation or Ulceration of the Womb, Deming,
pruritht, Amenorrhoea. Menorrhagia, Dyamen
norrhoea, and bterility or Barrenness, are treat
ed with the greatest success.
It Is self-evident that a physician who confines
himself eieluslvely to the study of a certain class
of diseases and treats thousands of cases• every
year, mast acquire greater skill in that specialty
than one in general practice.
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
fifty pages that gives a full exposition of venereal
and private diseases, that can be had free at office
or by mall for .two 'tulips, In sealed enyelopes.
Every !sentence contains Instruction to tht af
dieted. and enabling them to determine the We
aide nature or their complaints.
The estabilahment, comprising ten ample
rooms, IS central Whenit is not convenient to
viol the city, the Doctor's, opinion can be ob.
tattled by giving a written statement of the case,
and medicines can be forwarded by mall or ex
press. : In some 'matinees. hoWeVer. a Personal
examination is absolutely necssary. while in
others daily personal attention relit 'red, and
rfor the accommodation et' inch patients there are
trriffd th iV e l i tr e7el t rre t il l u l l r gt i e itgalnes eCitlattufsliectt"
promote recovery, including Medicated Vapor
baths. All prescriptions are prepared in the
Doctor's own laboratory, tinder his personal su
oervh3lon. Idedicat' pamphlets at office lime, or
by malt for two gismos. No matter who have
failed, read what he says. BOWS A.M. tO rot.
.fluntlitys mt: to 9r. Office,' Ito. 9 WYLUC
Wri(Ka'r. (near Court HoutaaLrlttsburab : Ps.
Brqulki 911111,10, tor.aail
I z, i,
NOW OffMG AT
(IPEAS FIFTH . AVENUE,)
of ill desorlpitoru3.
examine our goods,and we
ed no one need fall to beaufted.
BREED & CO.
CARPETS AND OIL MOTET-.
BRUSSELS CARPETS, VELVETS, &C,
The Latest Arrival
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE,
Have received b 5 steamcra Samaria and Man
hattan the VERY NEWRoT STYLES of the
They also offer a
Complete Line of
To which large additions are dilly being' made.
, A Display of Goods Equal
L hutrargiesente i d in Ms market at
McCA.LLIIM BROS., '
.ro. 51 'FIFTH arExuE,
23:b96 (BET. WOOD & SMITHFIELD.)
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as good stock and at
as low prices as any other house
in' the Trade. We have all the
new styles of BrUssels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Pip', and Two Plys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOTARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE,
SAVE TIME .AND MONEY
l IITABLAND & COLLINS
HAVE NOW OPEN THEM
NEW. SPRING STOCK
• FINE CARPETS.
ROYAL AXIITNSTER. .
• TAPESTRY VELVET,
ENGLLSIP BODY BRUSSELS,
The cimicest etvles ever offered in this market.
Oar prices are the LOWEST. ;
It Splendid Line of Cheap Carpets.
GOOD OQTTON CHAIN CARPETS
At 25 Cents Per Yard.
McFABIAND & COLLBS,
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENUE,
111 H. B. SMITHSON & 00.
BOOTS, SHOES AND CARPETS
FOE THE M/LL/ON.
the AND 57 FIFTH AVENUE
. Messrs. H. B. EIMMEISON • CO., proprietors
of the well known Mammoth Auction House are,
creating an excitement consequent upon the ar
rival of new goods which are being void at re
markably low prices. Goods ofevery variety the
- finest sewed boot;, the moat fashionable Del
mont gaiters and anklet shoes, slippers,
blankets, flannels, clothe. caselmeres, cutlery
and carpets. Call and examine. Ho trouble to
show goods. Ladies% misses' and children's
furs at almost your own prices. All goods war
ranted as represented. . Pawl
BY L WILWAINB.3
IMPORTANT SALE OF HIGH
CLASS MOD Ir-RN PAINTINGS. •BY DIN-.
Li NO Ulnalt I) AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN
_ARTIBIB WEDNESDAY MORNING, Ma*
nth, at 10 o'clock. and at 1) In the eVenflig,
will be sold on second floor of CommerolUi Sales
Booms, 108 SmltSiltrd street, (side entrance
also onPifth avenue,) a large col:el:tin of high
class modern paintings. by matlngutehed Ameri
can and European artists. The collection, now
on exhibition, will remain linen day and evening,
until time of - sale, age Is of a very high order;
being much the most Important ever offered In
qttsburgh; comprising GCAnANTEED 011IGINitra
WOnats by such distinguished artists as Litz
cheer, of Dusseldorf: J. F. Herring. London;
T. Taylor. London; Wm. nhayer, Sr., London:
John Wainwright, London; Cortex (pupil of
Troyon,lPailt; Charles Bogner, Berlin; James
Webb, London; Ed. Morin, chiladelphia; Ed.
IL -Lewis. Philadelphia; and many others dis
tinguished In art. A. M9ILWAI N E.
XTALVABLE BARK STOCKS.-,,
Tu v e idRaA e LRO i D AND
I N I S I, U at. . I-NoE
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he sold on second floor or Commercial Sales
Rooms, 106 Smithfield street: -„ -
10 shares Bank of _Pittsburgh.
40 shares Exchange National -Bank.
chsrestOgal Idea's Trust .
+ 16 shares igeystano Savings Bank:
20 shares M. 6s M. National Sauk.
5 shares AlleghenytValley R. R.
• 51 snares Pittsburgh slid Connellaville R. Re
bfi shares Citizen Insurance Co.
a. 81 shares Pennsylvania Insurances Co.
e, Also, by order o. Administrator of C. 11. Rick
2.200 snare, Pitt burgh Mining Co.
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HOLMES, BELL &
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
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ANCHOR AND IILA6IiOLIA
anurrrras AND BAITING
S e IC BIER & COy
QUEERISWARE. BEJEWEL WARE ilte.
omee and Warehouse. 383 LIBERTy BTRMIT.
'All Cyders nromptly attended to.
JB. TOUNGION & CO.,
.NOT CAKE ELICERY, CONFECTIONARY
lOE CREAM and DINING SALOON,
113 Bmithdeld streei, irriter of Diamond alley,
citra r tat a sk s eglshonel "tr. with lan
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