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A. thought! & thought! tor the rosy morn, •
'That comes through the gates of dew!
But keep a kin de r happier thought
For twilight and r yen.
A word litwordi Ihr the hummingbird,
Atilt on the 1- assmine new,
Will mr lin let slip, but my heart will keep,
Its sone(' words for you.
A song! a song! for the mocking bird,'
In answer to his so true
Btit.you know right well I always keep
-My sweetest songs fax yon:
- A kiss! skint for the sweet red rose,
And one for the violet bine!
Itutntendbsg.here at the garden gate
I'll keep one back for you.
A sigh! a sight for my pale white rose
That ,he malting nigut wind slew:
But answer you when the ill.,es say,
I am sighing most for Yon!
GREENsstrao has a velocipede school.
THE old gaol at Mercer was sold last
week for $B,OOO.
20,800,000 feet of timber have been cut
and put into Beech creek, Centre county,
THE only fire in Altoona last week
seems to have been the burning of a lot
of brooms in a garret.
Tna Baptist church at Milton, Nor
thumberland county, is about to be:per
verted into a soap factory.
Tnn Hubbard Reaper and Mower
Company is about to erect an extensive
manufactory at Bellefonte, Centre
COMPANY has been formed at Wilkes
tarre for the manufacture of gunpowder,
under Oliver's patent, with a capital of
`:Tan hotel keepers of Indiana seem to
have no conscience. They haVe actually
had the,cheek to raise the price of board
to $5 per week.
Tn list of accidents by base ball has
again been started. A young man named
P tlleorge Keller, had his collar bone broken
while playing at the game in Carlisle, last
bt Beaver county there are ten offices
to fill the coming fall, for which there are
. announced forty-two candidates.
Seen c andidatesare announced for Sheriff
and thirteen for Assembly
CRESSON Is just 2,000 feat above high
tide mark"; at Philadelphia. Galitzen is
100 feet higher, and the top of the hill
through which the great tunnel of the
Pennsylvania railroad is bored is 8,200
feet high. •
&anon Br..frz is at his eld tricks in the
eastern part of the State. He made a
poor market woman at Chiunbersburg
break all ' her eggs loosing for green
backs; which he so easily pulled out of
those he broke..
Mn. J. M. KELLEY, of West Mahoning
township, Indium county, had his son
in-law, Abraham Wilson, arrested on
Saturday, charged with fstealing $250 from
him. The •unfortunate thief confessed,
and delivered up $195 of , the spoils.
Smin are scarcer than ever in the Del
- aware river this spring, and the fisher
men fear that their occupation will' be
gone entirely.' before many years. The
refuse from.the Phhadelphia gas works is
said to drive the fish out of the river.
Tan laying of the track of the Hazle
ton Railroad, which has been commenced
at the Sunbury end, is , progressing grad
nally. A locomotive has been placed on
the road, being used for hauling the rails
ana ties needed for the laying of the track.
A LADY in Crawford county recently
killed a rooster two years old and found
a gold dollar ,in 'the fowl's crop. The
coin had been lost twelve years before.
We wouldn't advise our readers to kill
all their chickens in expectation of find
_ irg gold dollars in their crops.
HEZEIUAH 8. Jounsort, a brother of
Hon. EL C. Johnson, 'of Meadville, has
received from the President the appoint.
ment of Associate Judge of New Mexico.
He was, a couple of years since, editor of
the Meadville Journal, and is now editor
' of the Albuquerque Review, Crawford
EARLY last Saturday morning the resi
dence of Capt. Thomas McDonald, in
Freedom, Beaver county, was totally
destroyed by fire. The fire was fortu
nately discoved in time to save the greater
portion of the valuable furniture. The
loss was about $2,500, and the insurance
'raise N. Szvstotrn has filled one posi
tion forty-four years. This was the
Treasureship of the Delaware and Hud
son Canal Company. He is now ad
vanced in years, and has retired from
sheer old age. The Company has voted
him an annuity of $2,000 per year.—Port
• Darr week a shed, with $2,500 worth
of straw, belonging to Sutton & Allison's
straw-board factory, in West Indiana,
was destroyed by, fire. The fire was the
work of an incendiary, and the Armen
ger says that Father Wolff, pastor of the
Catholic congregation, distinguished him
self in his efforts to subdue the flames.
ITEe. Montour . American says: We
• know a little girl in this town who, two
weeks ago, was run over by a carriage.
Recovering from that, she fell into the
creek and was just floating under Mill
street.when she was rescued and brought
to consciousness after much effort. The
next day the fell between the , wheels of
a • butther wagon, and yesterday was
nearly killed by a hand car. ,
Oars JAMBS WHALEY, a soldier of
'lBl2, and well:known, to the citizens of
Fayette , county, died at his residence in
this place on Monday miming, aged
-eighty-four years. He led a company
• from this county in the war of , 1812, and
-conducted idmself 'with much gallantxy.
He was well-known, highly, reapected,
.and leaves behind, him a large circle of
• , relatives and a host of friends.--! Union.
TnE Uniontown Bkmdcirdsays: "We
- have heard of no injury being done, he
*ult. If nothing occurs to injure the
buds, there•will be a greater abundance
of fruit this year than has been raised in
this vicinity for a lerzikne. We never
saw better prospects than, the present.
Grief! is rather sl o w coming forward, but .
thillaker rain and the: present warm elm
will •scion brink it forward: On the other
hand wheat andosts are doing well.'?
Tin Crawford ;Tournal - says: On lest
Ptida,,,flife way freight train ran off the
link near.. Salamanca; the engine-, was
thrown..down an embankment • into the
river, bottom side up ; and on top
en~ of the
-Mr.t - Sarl, who • was instantly
Wad... The fireman was badly burned'
abons the head and fang; and, present, lA
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whose name we have learned, was also
killed. The accident was caused by the
negligence of the switch tender.
Ax Excwog says: The plan on
which the new black oil terntory on
Holden run, near Pithole, is to be leased
to operators, is about the most sensible
that has yet-been adopted in leasing this
kind of territory. It is to limit the num
ber of wells to one on every five acres,
and to leave it to the discretion of the
lessee whether he shall put down more
than one well on every ten acres. If a
plan like this bad been carried out in the
Pleasantville district, a million dollars
would have been saved to the working
interests, and the same amount that has
been produced, would eventually_be ob
tained. The system of leasing and sell
ing one and two acre lots, and putting
down wells on them; has been a costly
one to operators.
THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.—The
Millersville State Normal School, Prof.
Edward Brooks, Principal, affords a re
markable instance of steady growth and
well sustained popularity. The rolls dur
ing the past year show an attendance of
770 pupils, .116 of whom were in the
Model School. During the session re
cently closed, the attendance was larger
than at any previous winter term, and it
is thought that during this summer it will
run a hundred or more beyond "high
water mark' s of forma . sessions. ' The ad
ditional building erected Which n will affcird
a home for the principals a suite of rooms
for each of three lady teachers, and board
ing accommodations for nearly one hun
dred more students—will cost, including
furniture, etc-, upwards of $25,000. It
is ninety feet wide and four stories high.
Teaching Girls the Art of Telegraphing
• The school for the Instruction of women
in telegraphing, at our Cooper Institute,
flourishes so promisingly, that it seems
quite unlikely that male operators can hold
out much longer against their smiling
rivals in that branch of industry. The
school is under the control of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, and twelve
ladies at a time are taught the art' and
mystery of manipulating the wires by
Miss Snow, a preceptress highly accom
plished, and - apparently an enthusiast in
her profession. Idropped into this school
a few days ago, and speak from personal
observation when I say that I tbiulc it
opens for the sex a new field of enterprise
that cannot but prove a profitable, as well
as extensive one. There are certain
positions in the world of business.and
trade for which women are eminently
qualified, and there is no valid reason why
they should not occupy them. As clerks
in stores, as book-keepers, as telegraph
operators, as coMpoSitors, or type setters;
and so on, they can earn a remunerative
sum, and can accomplish as mach as
their masculine rivals, who are fit for
more robust employments. At this school
of telegraphy no gill tinder seventeen, and
no woman over twenty-four years of
age, is received as a pupil. They are all
taught gratuitously, and all have' to
pledge theniselves in advance to accept
situations away from the city when of
fered to them. As situations are bestowed
on the capable ones which return froru
$l5 to $3O or more a - week, the pupils
have a cheerful prospect before them, and
hence the number of applications for seats
in erch far exceeds the capacity of the
school at present. The girls are as a
body, remarkably apt in the acquisition
of this art, and will ultimately make a
mass of sober, steady, quiet, practical
and expeditious operators for the' rural
stations, whence they can gradually
the drawn, as they become perfect to fill
situations in the city now occupied by
men who devote too much time to smok
ing, drinkina, and frolicking generally,
to be considered reliable employee. I
should not be surprised to find ordinary
places of trust all filled by women before
long. They are safer cash keepers than
men. Even when dishonest, they cannot
steal as much and as successfully as men.
They cannot so readily waste money in
cigars and wine, on horses and dogs, and
in debauchery. They cannot so easily
invest stolen funds without detection; and,
at any rate, they have more fidelity, more
patience, more traltability. Their ca
priciousness and volatility can be cured
by business discipline, and hence they
can, in time. be made valuable assistants
in many a light position. Let the women
rejoice therefore. They have a brilliant
era aPPreae4ing.--Ban Francisco (Aron.
Agra BRIGHAM YOUNG WHAT?-I
can discover no successor to Brigham
Young. Ho has men of ability.—men of
fanaticism and courage,—around him;
able instruments for his will; but I see no
"coming man" for his place; no one who
can stand alone in his shoes, who can
command such obedience among follow
ers, such fear among outsiders, such se
rene victory over himself. Most of his
wisest and ablest associates, men inspired
with the traditions of the church, and in
spiring the faith of its members, are all
old like himself. They and he must soon
die; and, if not before, then will enter in
the elements of doubt and difference and
disintegration, in response to the elements
of change and revolution and recreation
that follow the banners of civilization '
and of democracy everywhere. NoMor
mon will admit this, perhaps; but it is
truth by a diviner sight than any that he
possesses. Devout eel a Mussulman, de
voted as a Romanist; zealous as a Metho
dist, there is a higher truth than he has
mastered,—the truth of revolution in the
interests of equality, of individuality,
and of women's independence. These
are against him; these will conquer him,
pray he ever so saeredlj, fight he, ever so
valiantly. Brigham' Young, Louis Ma
leon, the Sultan and the Pope are all
doomed by the semi! law. Slavery went
down under it, polygamy will follow.—
"Our.Nast West," by Barnuet Bowles.
THE Ladago (Indiana) Herald says:
"There lives near Hiliville Hendncke
county, a peculiar family 7 2 ttiree boys and
• three girls. The oldest girl is about twen
ty-four years, weighs about two hundred
potinds, is a very intelligent lady; but we
•noticed one peculiar feature not common
,among the fair sex—she had a heavy
beard (minus the moustache), which is
about two inches, long and of auburn
color. The beard on the chin of this lady
is the heaviest.. We did not perceive any.
thing on her throat, nothing but regular
side and chin whiskers. We were in.
formed , that her beard grew more rapidly
during the 'past year. The next girl is
seventeen years old, born blind, and is , an
idiot"; the next is a girl of fourteen, born
blind. The three boys are all intellifent
pm* men„ The parent of this hunt yis
one of the weidtWest men Hendricks
PITTSBURGH GAZEITE : TUESDAY. MAY 11, 1869.1
Tax May-day prices of New York
truckmen were: Pne-horse trucks, one
mile, $8; two miles, $10; three •miles, $l2;
two-horse trucks, from $lO to $2O, ac
cording to distance. Fortunately May
day comes but once a year.
RUMS COLLEGE, Pike county, Mo..
confers the degree of M. A. (maid of
arts) upon 'young ladies. Among the
practices prohibited at this institution is
"gallanting or association of ladies and
A MRS. ARBUCKLE, of Ind., draws a
pension for herself and sixteen children.
Pensions are not allowed children after
they have become sixteen years old.
How many children exceeding that age
Mv. A. has, is not stated.
IT is rumored that Mr. Fisk has made
an engagement frith Adelina Patti for the
year 1872, at the rate of a thousand dol
lars u night. This looks as if he had no
in!ntion of speedily abandoning theatri
ca management, and no idea of "going'
up in a balloon," as his enemies are fond
A. TIED of iron ore has been discovered
in Warren county, lowa, eleven feet
thick. It is of the kind • nown as the
kidney ore. Near to this, a five foot vein
of coal has been found, that is pronounc,ed
, by iron workers as tit to be used for
1 smelting the ore.
A Pnovnurarcz (R. I.) paper asserts
that 10 per cent. of the 5,475,000 quarts
of milk used in that city during the past
year *as merely water, for which the cit
izens paid $43,800. The people of Mara
caibo, South America, are better off than
those of Providence. As it uas not rained ,
there in three years, the milk must be
pretty pure. .
A RUINED RAILROAD MONARCIL —The
result of the final appeal in the English
Courts on the long litigation between the
Northeastern Railway Company and Mr.
George Hudson was to reduce Mr. Hud
son to a state of penury. He is now in
France, and said to be utterly destitute.
Mr. Hudson's fate is full of warning to
some of our American Railroad Kings.
AN English officer, Lieutenant War
ren,conducting explorations atJerusalem,
reports that the old city has long since
been buried - hundreds of feet below the
surface of the earth. The funds for car
rying on his researches being exhausted,
he has discontinued - them; after discov
ering all the localitier in the existing city
whichhave been asscciated with events
recorded in the Scriptures.
Tux Boston Journal of Chemistry states
that "No variety of wine is more danger
ous that which is' called claret. It is
usually a vile mixture, Thousands of
gallons are made by allowing water to
soak through shavings, and adding there
to a certain proportion of logwood and
tartaric acid, and a little alcohol. Good
judges can hardly . discriminate between
this fictitious mature and the genuine
THAT IDENTicALHATcHET—The Alex
andria (V a.) Gazette says: "Mr. James
Fossett has presented Mr. Hartle Bell,the
keeper of the Alexandria Museum, with
a hatchet, which at one time belOnged to
General Washington, and the one with
which he cut his father's cherry tree, and
which, since the General's death, has been preserved in the tiler's room of
Washington Lodge of Masons In the Old
Market House building. This is a valu
able addition to the collection of Wash
ington mementoes Dow in the museum,
and is the more valiable in consequence
of Mr. Fossett's vo u cher."
that female detectives were employed on
some of the stage and car routes to "spot"
conductors and drivers who "knock
down" fares, but I was not aware, until
Yesterday, that females are employed in
the Custom House to examine and inspect
ladies' baggage. Such; lam told, is'the
case, and it is a capital idea, too. The
amount of goods smuggled into the
country, under the guise of woman's ap
parel, is simply enollmous. Eleven hun
dred dollars wcitth of point lace was re
cently overhauled In the stuffing of a
single dress. Of course ladies can detect
and divulge these contraband acts much
better than men.—New York Leiter.
Tux Cleveland Beard of Education re
cently, a fter a sharp discussion, adopted,
by a vote of nine ;yeas to four nays, a
measure tci ; provide ( for consolidating the
public schools of that city under four su
pervising principals, changing them, in
fact, from principals of grammar schools
to division superintendents, under Mr.
Ricked, as General Superintendent, and
giving each school building into the Im
mediate charge of a lady. Tho Iferald
says "the plan had a partial trial last year,
and is reported to have worked eo well
as to warrant its extension to the entire
city." The cost of the public schools of
that city for the current year will be
Aar electro-magnetic engine for driving
sewing-machines has been introduced in
France with entire success. It is com
pact, portable and cheap, easily managed
and free from all danger. Those having
large numbers of sewing-machines in use
have already adopted this motor power,
and its general introduction is only a
point of time. This discovery came at a
most opportune moment, for physicians
are already testifying to the bad effect of
a constant use of the-feet of females upon
the pedals of sewing -machines. Certain
classes of dangerous diseases are induced
by application to this kind of labor, which
are rendering American girls unfit' for
other duties, and hence the importance of
the French invention, If the machine in
question accomplishes' the desired end it
will prove of incredible value.
A wurrsu in a medical iournal says
when persons are feverish and thirsty be
yond what is natural. indicated 'in some
cases by a metalic taste in the mouth, ee l
pecially, after drinking water, or by a
whitish appearanco,of the greater part of
the 'surface of the tongue, one of the best
"coolers," internal or external, is to take
a lemon, cut off the top, sprinkle over it
some loafaugar, working it doirnward into
the lemon. with a spoon, and then suck it
slowly, squeezing the lemon and adding
more sugar as the acidity increases, from
being brought up from a lower point. In.
valids with feverislupas Way take two or
three lemons a day in this, manner with
the most marked benefit manifested, by a
sense or coolness, comfort and invigora
tion. A lemon or two thus taken at "tea
time." an entire substitute for , the
vary "supper" of summer; world give
many a comfortable night's sleep, and an
awakening atter rest and invigoration"
with an appetite for hreakfacto to • which
they are strangers 'Who..llll4vetbeir cup
of tea or. upper of "reitsl And .f. 4 Calte"
luid berries, or peaches sad am& •
V, CHEAP AND GOOD GOODS
FRINGES AND GIMPS
In all styles and colors
SILK LOOPS FOR SACQUES.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF SATINS,
TIE NEW COQUETTE FAN PARASOLS;
Also, a large variety of
SLR PARASOLS & BUN MMUS.
White French Whalebone Corsets,
Only 60 cts. a pair
Purple and Mexique BlueKld Gloves
A splendid assortment of
WHITE //4 BRO. 8k1.11111600 HOSE.
LACE CHEIIISE/TILE, all styles.
Gent's Spring Undergarments.
MACRUM, GLYDE& CO.
78 & 80 Market Street,
NEW SPRING GOODS
MACON & OARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth. Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroideries and Laces. • - -
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets.
Glove Stang and French Corsets.
New Styles Brat ley's Skirts.
Parasol.—a I the new styles.
Sun and Rain Umbrellas. •
Hosiety—the best English makes. •
Agents for "Harris' Seamless Rids."
Spring and Summer undervrear,.
Sole Agents IcU. the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars, "LockwoCuPs "Irving," "West End,"
"Elite," &c: "Dickens," '"Derby," and other
Dealers sup lied with toe shove at
11ACRUM & CARLISLE
- INrO. 27
WELDON & KELLY, .
ltanutscturars and Wholesale Dealers in
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliera,
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATIN6_OII.B.
N 0.1.47 Wood Street.
setUnn Between • th and nth Avenues.
BY R. B. BNITHBON ar t 00.
BOOTS, SHOES AND CARPETS,
.Pap THE MILLION.
55 AND 51 FIFTH AVENUE
Messrs. H. B. SMITHSON CO.. proprietors
of the Well lcrown Mammoth notion House are
creating an lexcitement cons vent upon the ar
rivallof new goods which are being sold at re
markably loss prices. Goode ofevery variety t the
finest sewed beots, the most fashionable bat
moral gaiters and anklet shoes, slippers, &c.,
blankets, flannels, cloths. cassimeres. cutlery
and carpets . Call and examine. No trouble to
show goods. Ladles'. misses' and children's
fuss at aluiost your own prices. All goods w
ranted, as reoresented. I sw o t
BY A. WILWAINE.
IMPORTANT SALE OF HIGH
CL ASS MODERN PAINTINGS. BY DIS.
iiNtSUISHED AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN
ARTISTS I WEDNESDAY MORNING. MO
l'alth, at 10 o'clock, and at 7M in the evening,
will be sold on second door of Commercial Sales
Rooms .1.08 SinliStle:d street, (side entrance.
also on'Fifth avenue,) a large collection of high
class modern rah/tinge. by distinguished Amen
can and suropsan artists. The collection, now
on exhibition, will remain open day and evening.
Until time of sale, any Is of la very high order;
being much the most important ever offered: in
Attsburgh; comptistng GUARANTEED ORIGINAL
woltEk bye, such distinguished artists as I..dts
chcur, of Dusseldorf ; l J. F., Herring. London:
'I, Tatvlor.lLondon; Win. bhayer,Londoni
JohnWatnwright, London: Cortez (pupil of
Troy n, i Ea rls; Charles' Hoguet, Berlin:lames
Web Lo don; Ed. Moran, chtlade.phia; Ed.
D. Lewis. Pittladelehla: and many_others dis
tinguished In art.. MCILWAINE.
tny4 - ' Auctioneer.
ALtABLE 1111 --
STOCKS.VRMIROAD AND INBURANCE sTOOKS.
Tuesday evening, May Mb, at 8 o'clock, will
he sold on second floor of Commercial Bales
Rooms. 108 Smithfield street:
18 obares Bank of-Pittsburgh.
401sharesExchange National Bank.
Orates Coal MOu'a Trust Co.
10 hares 'Keystone Saylngs Bank. .
shareald: Jr. M. National Sank: -
share§ Allegheny Valley B. B.
51 shares Pittsburgh ?lad coanellevllie B.'B.
35 Shame Citizen • Insurance Co.
81 Shares Penns, 'mania Insurance Co.
Also, by order of Admlnletrateyof C. W. Rick
et 8011. deceased.
2,200 snares I itt burgh Mining Co.
mil • • Auctioneer.
PEARL MILL FAMILY FLOIJIL
LL Three Star Orsen Brand, eqiutl to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
Thls flour will only pe sent out when eine
PEARL MILL Mark BRAN obest StD, _
PEARL SILL BRD BILIED.
Egg,' to beat Onto Pima.
WRITE 0011.15 JFIAMB AND 43011FilIZAL.
T. IBINEDI 6 BRO.,
hlteaheny. Sept. 9.1868. Pamir. MILL.
OBS/X BILBAD nrinnua;:
Eliquire for WARDig Bread
Tt Gluiest and lied. The initials 'IL WO , on
even loaf. Take none alse4 alarm-
y.tuinon AOll.OO - liiila
by' .- 777 ' FCANAtUrt,
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NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE.. P. PHILLIPS',
87 ifarket Street.
Prints, Inslins, Dress Goods,
rum. taxz OF
67. MARKET STREET. 57.
111 7LI r e Wilson. LT :Co8r:.) CO ..
wrsoracsAms DEAL= IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 - WOOD STREET,
,Tblrd door above Diamond alley,
W ALL PAPER
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENI3O AT
No. 107 Market Street
INEAM FIFTH AVEICIIF.,I
Embracing a large and caret ally selected stock
of the newest designs from the FINEST STAMP
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTIOLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. B. HUGHES. &; BRO.
TIIE OLD PAPER ST E 114 A NEW PLACE,
W. P. M HALL'S
NEW W PAPER STORE,
191 - Liberty Street,
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. Eati6
GLASS. CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
;•• • •
BOHEMIAN' AND CHINA. , •
NEW STILES a .DINKLE T . SEM TB,
GIPT CUPS, •
8510E1N6 SETS, •
A large stock of
MIXER PLATED GOODS u
of all descriptions . ;
Call and examine our goods, and we
feel satisfied no one need fail to be. eulted.
R. E. BREED &
100 WOOD STREET.
CONTINUES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its forms.
Gonorrhea, tileet, Stricture, Orchitis, and all
urinary diseases and the effects of mercury are
completely eradicated; Bpermatorrhea or Semi..
nal Weaknese and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces
some of the following effects, as blotches, bodily
weaknemindlitestion, consumption, aversion to
society, unmanliness, dread of future events,
loss of memory. indolence, nocturnal emisslona,
and finally fr. prostrating the sexual system' as to
render marriage unsatisfactory, and therelore
Imprudent, are permanently cured. Persons af.
dieted with these or any other delicate intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint shotild
give the Doctor a trial; he 116Ter falls.
A particular attention 'WEIL to all Female com
plaints, Lenconhea or Whites, Falling. Inflam
mation or- Ulceration of the Womb, °minis,
pruritic Amenorrhoea. hienorrhagla, Dysmen•
norrhoes, and bterillty or Barrenness, are treat
ed with thegreatest success. : .
It is self-evideutthat a physician who *endues.
himself exclutigely,to the attftlifof a certain class
of diseaset and treats thousands of cases every
year • must acquire greater skill In that specialty
than o Doctor nera practice.
The , publishes a medical pamphlet of
tatty Pages that gives felt exposition of venereal
an private diseases. that ean be bad free atoillee
or by mall for two stamps, in sealed envelopes.
Every sentence contains matt action. to the af
flicted, and enabling them to determine the pre- .
OM nature,of theft complaints .. ..• • „ • ,
The establishment, comprising ,ten'' , ample
rooms, is central.. When it is not calmenlent, to'
visit the citg. the --Ifeetoes oilition 'call be Ob
tained bv. giving a written statement of the case.
and medic - Ines can be forwarded by mall or ex-%
press: In somehistatmes, however, a personal
examination absolutely: necessary, while .In •
others daily personal attention is reqtired, and
for the accommodation t [such patients there are
apartments connected with the office that arc ;m
-olded with every requisite that Is calculated to
;brote recovery, including medicated vapor
ats. -All -preteriptlont ere prepared in 'the
Doctorl , OWlllaboratOM. ruder, his personal ate
j'Arior l iVo'' , *.l.4l;r. bi llrltatfearclth=
failed, Mid what be lays. Rom A.X. to
SundaysLiii te N. Offlife,2llo. 0 WIZLIZ
lITBEET, (neat Meet liOnsea Plttliburgh. Pa.
N„,„. 1 Wenlle Nitalift , .••
J. il. 9.11211111LDi
BRUSSELS CARPETS, NELIETS,&C,
The Latest Arrival
F. 111031 ENGLAND.
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE,
Have reeeleed by steanvra Samaria and Man
hattan the VERY NEWEsT STYLES - of the
. They also offer a
Complete Line. of
To ;which large additions are daily being made.
I Display of Goods 'Equal
To arry - ever Presented to this market at
sro. 51 FIFTH drE.ruE,
(BET. WOOD I BEITEFIELD.I
We are now receiving our. Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and, are pre
to offer as,gold stock and at
as low prices as any other house •
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Plys and Two Flys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOYARD, ROSE do CO.,
SAYE TIME AND MONEY,.
HARLAND & COLLINS
New Spring Stook
The Choicest Styles evet. offered
in this Market. Our Prices are
Good Cotton Chain Carpets
II'FBLBD & COLLINS,
• - SELF .LABELING.
FR - FIT-CAN TOP
COLLINS & NV RIGHT. • '• •
PITTSMIFiGH, PA: • •
We are now , ,prepared to' supply Tinners and
Potters. • lt is • perfect. simple. and as cheap as
the plain top. having the names or the various
Fruits stamped upon the cover. radiating trout
the center• and an Index or pointer stamped upon
the ton of the eau. _ . • .
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the -fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and,aestiing Ira
the onstomarrtnanner. preserretor fruit or
good housekeeper will rue any other after once
seeing it. • W:0
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
Have Now Open Their
English Body Brussels.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
25 CENTS PER YARD.
71AND73P1 171 9
ERUPT' CAN TOPS..
A large neertment,
HENRY H. • COLLINS,
Rd Alienucnear Swilthdelcl
t EOIII i SHAD RECEIVED:
dat'y At MEN., AMIN PULPRESS 'popular:
ti Stand, No. AS Dlawond Market, Ditto-,
:burgh, and at the Twin Dlty, Allegheny 'City.
comer of Ohio and Federal streets. Oita be ha d
all 'Muds of Bea and • Lake Sch. Halibut, Shad. :
Beak, Codflth. Haddock ' and' Eel. Also, largo
impolite of flte, Lake Flab, Salomon, Ban.
Stergeon, Herrlug and Maclnaw Trout. which
enables no to sell st the lowest market prices.
wholesale or retail.: We Invltd all toter. of
Fresh Fish to give as a call, and we Will Maar,
them treat. mh2ls
111 4, 1D1A, rILUBIggit ISELTIAIG,
nose; Steam Vi t oking and tlaaketa of the
tng Vont ante in
ton Beits analleknos at price.
at tow as tubs quid ty S t rode can be bous.bi of
the manufactofew 7' A goo* always ou nand.;
at Um lad!!! itubtAr i p pat, Me and * 8 Bluth •
alleaU • - 't , ' •,,, ~ d: as 11, THIIII4
fel , Bole Limns far the mkfutUT•