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cans, one of whom is a colored
tit l a v ais u s man, in French penitentissies.
—The pig iron product of Great Britain
• ln 11388 was 4;800,000 tons; the United
States, 1,608,000 tons, Pennsylvania lux.
rdshing 925,555 of this amount.
—The New York • Evening Mass asserts
that groomsmen have gone out of fashion
at fashionable weddings, because they are
inclined to drink too much wine.
—Although King William, of Prussia,
Is a Protestant, he sent a beautiful vase
from the Berlin porcelain works to the
Pope as a present at his recent fete.
—Bowdoin College, in Maine, is a par
ticulsrlt moral institution of learning,
and ing the past two years not one
case of intemperance has occurred there.
—The" Navy ,Department has offer
twelve old iron-dads for sale. An
gentleman wanting to purchase will And
seven of, them at the League Ishmd yard.
—ln Paris a Madame Domerque has
just passed an examination which entitles
.her to become an apothecary; and she is
the pioneer woman in this business in
Frsic e •
—Eight million feet of logs were
jammed at Carratuek, Me., np to Thurs
day last, when the jam broke, and the
floating forest sailed majestically down
—Htunpty Dumpty, after having been
performed in New York 402 times. has
beeo withdrawn for Hickory Dicaory
Dock, which is now delighting the pro
fotrtiOnd philosophical metropolitans.
Oliver„ ;Dalrymple, of Minnesota,
claims to raise more wheat than any
' body in the United States. lie has now
two thousand acres planted with that
grain, and expects to harvest fifty thou
—Miss "Kellogg has organized a little
troupe and will give one farewell opera
—Don Pasquale—in Boston, after which
she will leave for Europe. Boeti and
Susini are the leading names in her im
That "strong feeling in favor of ay'
nexation to the United States," seems to
be a contagion of the most virulent OM
From Canada, at one leap, it has •anni-
Misted thousands of miles, and is now
heard of in the Sandwich Islands.
6—Miss Adelaide Phillips has accepted
a two yes9' .. engagement in Paris, for
which place she will sail shortly. She Is
to give one farewell concertin Boston to•
morrow, at which the Statist Mater will
be performed; and Miss Alide Topp will
-.. The actors and actresses of Germany
are making extensive preparations for
celebrating in brilliant style the fiftieth
anniversary of Emil Devrient's first ap
pearance on the stage. Devrient is the
greatest of the living tragedians of Ger-
rittilaygb 9AIITT 2 -1
EVEN frOR DECORATION DAY.
• J.Dec:es a deed/not eot "Po toetria flori.. .
-4 ` BY T. a. BCO2 r.
lest as go to the gravel where our dead heroes
e str ft,
_ And ew them WWI garlands of flower , :
I.et aur_mem' ries with love, the remembrance In
As we ( spatter these bright Ilona showers.
'When the dig that they honbred was trailing in
la t wd rent:wis their nation in twalt&-- d
Ti hen with b014.d ohm threais they
• • ors whn cunt- d
The-land dor width patriots were slain.
mtil. 4iiitt '4alor and tours& neer witbessed
-.' • -htfbrec • .
Thee gathered from North, East and West,
DetermAned n o bleque the foe vho would lower
A '. Put Ptond, bird from his crest.
-g4tricitia. and ardent they marched !gainst the
-WM rough. tim humanity's %Anse,
CotlAnced Cr their %Intl, that come weal or come
They must nd by their ccuntr7 and laws.
+hi:Origh4t. ' four weliv Years 'that the contest
eed4 ' *-• -
:Their or scarce tailored or failed,
14rough the hottest of battles. thst ever bad
raged • • '
'Thrlr'eourige ni.'er slactentd nor quilled.
intlrian% rail how Ina* were clincdbil to die
lit defense of the Mg vihich thr7 Dere:
And throughout the whole land holcolteons the
, m er.y.,. • ,_.._
` , Or the nen' tt snot wet e saddened and sore!,
Thr:lingh the might of their valor the victory was
a ined, • r -' , `
:The dart clouds of war rolled so ar,
, Azutoar Mg. with itseuslanr unsoiled end on
_, italAta - • .
-- 1 W iiVt,i'pVaidi above us to
IdtPi tor the, names oft t• 6 gallant and brave,
- w 110 I' 11;tor tneir dear walnut , a Ufa;
'Astral therawaet ha ayillowera over the graves
.Allitte,heroea who fell hi the strife.
..ETrralitratilt, May 15, 182.......___L_____)
ErIMP US *
—4te ieelt stated that, Tian tad a Pfau 4.
--::littettlitan hail female State 'Libra
Siberia. • '
--;•Mrs.• O'Donovan is reading in Gin
41 m atl •
--.)dadridlas more than sixty political
ibrr iti- 'r
!--,-e• German` : daily pape
started in Omaha.
's club is. it is
'4ltie oldest woman
io- • •
pia; the brOwn stick.
-:-.:-.13011t, Lake City has been astonished
*3 --Woolen cloth was not manufactured .
in iin gland _ until 1341.
—1129-Btowe thinks her orange farm
In Florida is not for sale.
--Three Cooperative stores in Bt. Louis
_have failed and closed up.
'----Bi-oldealt Welles has jest be ht a
114f;000 dollar house in Eartfoid.
r• •-i3Gen, Yon Moltke is to be appointed
Field Marsh* of the Presidia army.
Ainted,,the . sailer, is to take the
_place Of the Forty -Thieves in New York.
• •3-4unseti Ciox when last heard f ‘ roni
- irialts Algiers, carrying the war into
--From New York to SacuMsento the
flue le now 1193,35, and the' time about
one week. • '
ii_sclepEe; and its professors are called
:--liorse meat, it is said, forma at least
~, . ,
put(); the dishes every day on Napo
;--We, are told that the roan who does
notioiow his own mind contempbstes an
' -gleherisl Thomas has just del:pied a
-public dinner tendered him by the citizens
of L:ttri e. .
tor Wilson is -_engageg, at pres
ent, in writing a 'history of Congress
.` :oho vim
that Sumner will declare war
' • Gm! nation.
- -- sings qui pleura (the monkey who
- ' '-w2: 8,) is the name of a burlesque on
r Rugo's latest novel.
• - .A. R- Corbin, a new - York
•Jen ie, sister of President Grant. •
- ..- ext•week Boston will celebrate the
fro lindredtb. anniversary of the foun
&don of the "Old South Church."
—ln San Francisco there is now on ex-
Asibition a revolving rifle capableof being
off five hundred times a minute.
A.njilinois inventor has produced a.
ring attachment to boots which will en.
' able a'man Lb walk ten miles an hour.
=-Last Friday evening the PrmWnt
-and his family were among the audiake
assembled to hear Mrs. Scott Siddons.
• —A dream of one Of the directors of a
,Paris insurance company led to the ' de
.ll,..tection °f l an embezzlement of 1,750,000
• fralica'' ~
\: ~:,. x . new dictionary : defines bash, .. a
- bograinif house confidence game; and
-.•,mil, sea doctor whose science lays in
-1, his Wait ;,' , 3 .
\ - . -;-;A•Braidlifus savant Aleclares that dis
• . icoveries made by him indicate that men
.:trOtle ilia batiks of the Ainazio:2o,ooo
~ Yearksto• ",
• —:The Boston rei says' the dipper'
f-1 constellation is no . the ascendent, and
ir itLIPLIIPIfa..*e a ' ..i to hold .-
i,,-tine,.. „ 7
.%=-Thelrineyerd Geizetwelle that too r ;
: Wiiiiiiiiiiiiere cast aa*ie: . . l 7 the Oa
F In llstsytt Bay, las t week, and they were
Sliriled:o ff ale .PtOted, r_4
.f t :. ;
. —The 'Des,,,Moines,;sl4lricis recPm
(mends the keeping 'of a 'midi -pox ps.,
gent in;:the caleivOss: as . a promoter, of
ihe•ternperance-Canse.„„ : - 1 ;
1 ,1 1 .71., Porttighese' inltentnr has recently
'''-girmt:4 'to the,Ciiiiniat of Lisbon. a'
:,- Intosierolloitttle engine, tiring eight bun./
' I aired ilit,4,iti,' s;iithmte.'
..-4g16344 kris sent for a lot of :Eni
Velarrows. We ought to base some
44/ " ' ' t•lii 004 1 (on giecOnd street) free
.11 treodestroying inserts. ':: , d
W I lk tictra , , Stile
Ira& Minister of JI , MA lam *re flie
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Deuniaville, and other places - tit
New. Jersey, a large business done in
raising cedar trees out of marehes,
which they were buried many centuries
ago. They are covered with pest. The
wood raised from those buried forests is
as sound as if recently felled, and is
Mostly made into shingles.
—Rochester is all agog about her cen
tury plant Since the 25th of April its
flower stem has grown eight feet and two
inches, and it is supposed that by July
tat the flower will be out. One, professing
to know whereof he writes, says that but
two century plants have really been
known to bloom in this country before.
--All, or most, of the leading actors of
New York have joined in tendering
John Brougham a .double complimentary
benefit, to consist of a matinee at Niblo'S,
and an evening entertainment at the
French theatre. Adams, Marlowe, Barny
Lingard, Nelse Seymour and
Dan Bryant are among the gentlemen,
and Mrs. Williams, Miss tydia Thomp
son and Mrs. Morant among the ladies,
taking part in the ovation.
Tan QUIETUDE OP lisTourrv.—Elave
you never watched a young girl as she
sits and thinks? the pleasant smile steal
ing round her lips—no frown or anxious
care on her forehead—no pained look in
her eyes. Oh, my poor weary-hearted
reader, who have, like me, gone through
life's struggles, what would you not give
to be like her, to be as you once were;
but that , with many another joy has
passed away from you for ever. You are
only too glad now to sit awhile and
enjoy to-day's peace, and you have no
trembling nopes„ •no feverish longings
I for tomorrow. It does seem too bad that
as we grow older all fbith in the future
vanishes, ' and , anticipation, in itself a
Pleasure, leavea us. The time comes to
us till when thinking is only pain, for it Is
'either a sad, sad retrospect, or a fore.
the:dewing of coming trouble. Yon that
are young,. prize the sunny days, that arc
passing like a breath; enjoy them whilb
you can, for beyond there lies a dreary
waste.—ify Own Story.
.I.lriratay,m, onSaturday, a'
moat distreasing casualty occured, by the
burying of three children under * land
slide; from: which their lifeless bodies
:were afterwards recovered. Recently an
=excavation has been made under an em
' bankmeut on Columbha street, and on
'Friday afternoon the overtopping earth
give..way. Three children living near
by, Were missed by : their Parents, and
*parch wait Made Ser i them through the
city, their losei being also reported to the
•pace..• Nothing was heard of • their
whereabouts. until Saturday 'afternoon,•
when the suggestion that they might have
been buried under the fallen earth led to
an hiVeetigatlcin which resulted
h in the h e
hf their bodies. They ad , been
bttiled66o 28 They were two
lops ima a Oil, sled flv#, font and three
: .yam Onn.fatallyja Made childless by
the sad oCcurrencc. , • '
.fg Meta robbery if reported in Hun.
pry.. /bran lino the glass
inanufaotorq of , Dubokii; tear 1 :Pazega
on 4 cap*, Aft a c h eat oontaini e g i i io ntien 7 :
kolgkrtrtMov, , , a n'
loge po gond! ton,l
PITTSBUEOrIi GAZETTE : TITLE,SDAI. 'ld Al 20, 11369.
• - Wedding Presents.
• Our recent obee' rystions concerning the
foUy of bestowing such costly and nu
merous wedding gifts sa , are now de
manded by, custom, are meeting with fa
vor in various quarters. A writer in
Putnam's Magasine,,for June, remarks:
"There was a time when the word wed
ding present had a charm In it. When it
meant something fresh, spontaneous, rep
resentative of the giver's affection, and
when the giver- Was permitted, without
creating a scandal, to proportion his gift
to his means. But that was a good while
ago: Now it is become a regular affair
of business. ...There's neither love nor
feeling ill the Matter: Not but that there
are love sod feeling still in the world, in
plenty, only, it would seem, they have
taken to sanctifying other things than
they used. A wedding present now is a
forced contribution, or a means of grati:
fying the giver's vanity or ostentation, or •
an havestimit made.for lite sake of get
ting a peg higher in "society." AU the
sentiment is gone clean out. of it. It
means, at the best, nothing more - tender
than "good morning," is said as easily,
and forgot as soon. That is, if the giver
can•forget it as easily. For, it is not to
be disguisedthat.the wedding present has
become a serious tax, and is only endured
with patience by those who count on get
ting back the value of the gift when they
themselves shill be married.
It is the duty of the pulpit and the press
to denounce this extravagant custom,
which makes such sad inroads upon the
exchequers of many who cannot afford
A Wonderful !Lille.
We have .received information, from
sources upon whtth we can rely, that a
new breach -loading system is under ex
amination by the French authorities.
From all we hear, it le likely to prove a
most formidable weapon. The principle,
which is of American lorigin, can be ap
plied to many of the existing systems,
but, as yet, it has only been adapted to
the Ohassepot. By slight modification,
the present Chassepots can be altered to
take a metalic central fire cartridge,which
they are to fire in the ordinary manner.
On an emergency, when - it may be re
quired to deliver a large number of Shots
in a very short period of time,. by simply
-turning a button the converted Chasse
pot becomes a repeater capable of firing
eight rounds without reloading the maga-.
tine. The act of ..df_ffing back the bolt
to open the breach — W•ows out the old
case, the fresh cartridge comes out from
below, and the clesing of the breach
pushes it into the chamber. We undes
tritand that the whole contrivance is a
amph of mechanical skill, and that the
cost of conversion is nevertheless ex
tremely small. The French authorities
are preserving s more than ordinary se
crecy about the whole affair, for they are
obliged to confess. that in the matter of
military breech-loaders at least, they are
behind the age.—The Engineer.
An amusing and actual case came be ,
fore a lawyer of Pontiac, Michigan, a few
days ago. A Man residing in that county
(whose name is not mentioned,) became
enamored of another man's wife, and,
supposing that if he could obtain her hus
band's consent for a valuable.-considera
tion he could take her to himself without
idobsting the law, (she being willing,) pro
duced a forged title from the Woman's fa
ther' to the effect that be had heard seri
ous charges against his son-in-law; and
was coming to take his daughter away.
The husband, supposing that he must
lose his wife, was induced to accept a
horse in exchange for her, supposing that
he would thus be released from the bands
of matrimony without the expense and
trouble of applying to the courts. A few
days since the husband, hearing that his
wife intended to return to her first love,
and notleeling disposed to receive her,
consulted a lawyer as to whether she could
return and oblige him to live with her,
and was very much surprised to learn
that the bargain and sale he had made were
null and void. He now wishes to obtain
a divorce, and congratulates himself on
havingralde the best of the bargain, for
he says he has a horse that is worth more
than the woman ever was.
AT HAIMBORVILLE. CasiotY• MO.
May 8, a murder took pA law
suit in Common Pleas between George
Preston and George W.' Lindsay, had
been decided in the morning favorably
to the latter. John and Jesse Preston,
sons of the plaintiff, dogged Lindsay all
the afternoon, armed with revoliere, the
latter trying to keep out of their way;
but, about nine o'clock in the evening,
one of the Prestons went into the hotel
where Lindsay was stopping, took hold
of him and pulled him out doors, and
immediately the other Preston shot him
through the body, inflicting a mortal
wound. Lindsay then drew a revolver
and first shot the Preston that had hold
of him, and then the other—both through
the body. Lindsay and John Preston
are, beyond doubt, mortally' wounded—r
Jesse Preston, at least, very dangerous
DELBSDA LOUISA. COOK is the name o
a Maine girl, living in San Francisco,
who toot arsenic to improve her com
plexion and killed herself. It is not
generally known (and here .is an item
Or the New York correspondents to en
large upon, says the New York
Icapreis), %bat very many brilliant war
plexions hereabouts are the result of
arsenic eating. Any retail druggist in a
fashionable 'quarter can, if he chooses,
prove to you tbst arsenic eating isa habit
`very prevalent in this community. ' Since
tbe'intwiduation 'of "blonde"' %Alone,
it has become a Mania 'alm'ost. 'So long
as the arsenic tiger keeps up the VOW:0
in a prudent *ay, ,there is Utah danger
of dcsi l li. The arsenic improves the
whole physique up to ;quite'Si aie ,rl5B,
age. But the day that the, prattle.° hi all'
continued, is the day of dissolution. •
°N liteindaYl awoman living in, Medi
nai New York, poured some kerosene oil
into her stove in order to aid in kindling
fire, and:then thdughtlessly placed the
ksrosene can on the stove. The blaze in
the stove soon reached•the'can, Caning It
to' explode and scatter the burning fluid
over the stove and in the ;direction of a
crib in 'which was an Ihrihr, but, two
weeks old, Rua a child of about two
years. The mother frantically rushed
into the fiames,to save her children, , and
.In a moment her :clothes 'were till in
blaze. Her lower limbs end part of her
body were dreadfully burned; the
youngest child was so badly burned that
it die on Tuesday, and the eldest is also
,willburned, but it is thought that it
11(111 reCoyer: Theimndition of.,tbe
'itother **Moat ' "
inST OPENED AT
JOSEPH HORk /c
The largest assortment ever brought to the tau:
ket of the Latest Novelties fur the 3lay Trade In
RATS AND BONNETS,
TINE FRENCH FLBWERS,
. WREATHS, BSES, WIIEAT,
rt. X 33 33 C.:IV ,
LACES, CRAPES, Glti PS, ORNAMENTS,
FRAMES AND SIINDOWNS.
KNOTTED, FRINGES, HOOP SKIRTS, COB
SETS, HOSIERY, In eveg else and qunUti.
GLOVES. of every deeerlptlon
GLOVgS, or best mates, lnclnd[ng •
splendid !Irma all the Br bt Nha lea, and la all
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLA
to every quallty, at the very
Lowest Eastern ire.
77. AND 79 MARKET 'STREET
NEW CHEAP AND GOOD GOODS
FRINGES AND GIMPS
In all styles and e 0194.
SILK LOOPS FOIL SACQL'ES
PINE /032ORMIENT Of SATINS,
TILE NEW CORVETTE FAN PLELSOI4
Ale°, a large varlet* of
sus PARASOLS k SUN UNIIIIELLIS
White French Whalebone Corsets,
trnly GO eta. a p►!r
Purple and Mexique Blue Kid Gloves.
.A splendid sssorinent of
WRITE & BRO. BALBIUGUAN ROSE
LACE CUEMILSEITES. all styles.
Gent's Spring Undemarrnents.
MACRUM, GLIME Bz . CO.
78 & SO market Street.
NEW SPRING GOODS
LiCRIJI & CARLISLE'S
No. 27 - Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmlngs and Buttons.
Embroideries mid Laoes.
Ribbons and Flowe rs. liats and Bonnets.
Glove ilttingsad French Corsets.
Hew Styles Brat ley , s dkirte.
Parasols—all the sew styles.
Pun and Bain IJmbrellas.
Hosiery- - tbe best English makes.
Agents for "Harris , Seamless Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear,
Bole Agents tor the Bemis Psteft Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irving." "West End,"
"Eire," 1c; "Dickens," "116/b7," and esker
styles. • -
Dealers supplied VIZ the above •t
'ISIANII FACTURERS' PRICES
&ORM . & CARLISLE,
WELDON & KELLY,
lisztaficturers sad Wholsisle Ilealsra
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COLDS•
/Liao. CARBON AND LUBNICATIND DUO,
N 0.1.47 Wood Street.
eeihnik Between sth ma etb Avenues.
7 SELF LABELING
I. f lt ti I T.. C ,iN 'r()P.
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We` are now prepared to sUPPlyTiglinirl and.
Potters. It. is perfect, simple, and obeap as.
the plain top, hiving the names of the various ;
Fruits stomped upon the corer. radiating from •
the center and an index or pOlaterstaraped npan
the top o f can.
It Is Clearly; Distinctly ad_ rennineitly
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by lonely plac4np, As aims .of , th s trait, the.
eaa eoptialopposite tne_Powtor and sealing In
the esescaea Manner. No taesetver of wan or
gmxi liOasek eperrwiU ape till giber *Ater once
" crinonts: TOPS
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4/Avinue sioir ett4h .
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NEW SPRING GOO
THEM= F. PHILLIPS',
87T Market Street.
Prints, Inslins, Dress Goods,
N . 00.•27
rum. LINE OF
S'i. 'LSI:CHET STREET. S't
MCCANDLESS & CO"
(lista Wilson, Carr Ji c 0 ..)
Foreign a n d Domestic Dry Goods,
91p. 94 WOOD WREST,
Tlard d r ool above Diamond P
W ALL PAP'S
W ilqO W SHADES;
lew #and Handsome Designs,
4NOW OMIAN6I AT
No. ,107 Mar i et Street
fprzat FIFTH Airlifp NITZ,)
Bastoraeng II large and ear4tally selected stock
of the newest deadens from the MEET STAMT
ED BOLD to the Cliff A.1"11217 ARTICIA known
to the trade. All of which w offer at prices that
' will pay *layers to examine.
JO_S. R. WIG & BRO.
41111 OLD PAPER STOKE IN A NEW PLACE,
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW • WA.TAIL, PAPER STORE,
1191 Liberty \ street,
• (111 : ,11. MAIMS
SPRING GOODS. ADEIVIDO DAILY. mhe
LASS 0 81 ERV.
300 WOOD STREET.
Cl. NEW GOODS.
k. VINE . VASES, •
i t. \
#owilitais AND CHINA.
sT D I M B iR erre,....
( 1 :1 I TEA. Sivio. - I
A sitoßnia forra.
r4i Alarge stock of
WILVEII PLATED GOODS
of ill descriptions. '.
1 1 3 ..... .
W!Cell and es:B=lns onr goods, end we
Abel sattaed no one need fall to be suited.
c e, R,. E. Bpi= & co.
7- 7 - DR. Wl= TEEL%
CONTINVES TO TREAT ALL
Definite diseases, Byphllls in all its :teems
00 °ernes, • Gloat , actUre. Orchids, and
dise&ses, and tee effects of mercury ar e
eammeteny eradicated vapennatorrbea or semi
nal Weakness and Impotency. restating from
'elf-shave or other causes, and which produce•
acute of the following effects, aablotches, bodily
weaken's, indigestion, consumption. aversion to
stialety, unmanliness. nocturnal future . events,
loos qf reenor7=nce, ' emission/I,
IMO easily so UN the sexual system as to
redder meanies" unsatisfectery . , and therefore
Depreidcasti are permaaently cured. reasons an
Illonetrwtux tbeke Or any other delicate; Intricate
or; long standingconstitutional complaint should
I give the nectar igtrtalt be sever tans.
%Volt - Vie:al fit s t° rilt e nrl e u riar.
station Or ; Theeration of the''Wollah.'Ovsrill s .
norrhot arid blerility or llamennetts, are treat
ed Witt ettitrateat NUMMI*. • =
It ts selnevident that a phystclan,wbo confines
lifssaelf exclusively.to,the study of "certain class
. oy &stases and treats thousands of cases every
lest Unstnegniregreater skill in that, specially
th .,rhe ci . l boc "An tod ie e is h s llM W"l" Phrtracelliedlcal naintobiet. ' of
soey'pageit. t lull expoaltiOn ofveltereal
• unmtsrtilutod is that can be bad (resort& oflice
Or,tly :mall .fog two stamps, in sealed envelope/.
llterf sentence catmint men uctlcrt fe' the at
llietedl'allefeulableig them to determine the pre
cise nature_okthar coMPlithita-1
The est abllanment, contortion' ten ample
.. ,ts central. When It la not coavenient to
sit. ;Mfr. the Doctor's Coniston can be ob
tainol.by giving &written statement of the case,
and Inedxdfcar can be ' flarwarded -by mail or ex
, Vein: awe itestattees. however, s personal,
examine on Iii ildely Oteerairt; 'while ID
others da lypeattention le rest bed, and
for the soconunodation raga patients
tictdVill'ir"""Xatoit I:M= I VA;
I Sin g '
nr omota. veto ry4 no u Medicated vapor
preserlpt c rre Pve9tretl 4 1 :1' tbe
Doctor's own leciat hialgrinnal
'perttslot* Mooting p watt lit 011100 , free' or
bor Ihr two' stailps. -- . _NO ll:otter. Whtt
resd„whatafe eays, , /lours 9 A.X. to Is", x.
st: 91 , . Onice,Llto. 9 WYLIE'
LT.' ((ear 'Wert Mere; i:lnttshargh.l's."
MISSES CARPETS, VELVETS; &C.
The Latest Arrival
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE,
:Have received II eieernP re FA marts and Ilan
batten the VER YNEWIIeT etYLEB , o
EA GLISH MARKET•
They also offer a
--Complete.l itle of
To wlLlela large additions are a...ny *pc wade.
A Display of Goods 'Equal
LNIIta girCirent" Sa this ! nu* " "
.ro. 51 FIFTH rEJr /7E,
(BET. WOOD.a SMITIIFIELD.3
We are now receiving our Spring,
tock of Carpets, &c., and are_ pre
pared to offer as good stock at
as low prices as any piherholne
in the Trade. We hav,e all
new styles of Brussels •Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Plys and riwiiPlYs.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
In the Market.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
MAZY' 18; 1869.
B KR GA I.A'stS
WINDO* SHADES, `' :
LADE AND NOTTMEIRMI.
LOWAST PRIM EVER
NeFABLIND & COWO.
No. Ti and T 3 FIFTH ev
J. L. DILLISOKR STS111111101r:
DILT;INGEit & STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Pure Rye Whiskies'.
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C.,
No. 87 Second Avenue,
ElY E l:Aitytgl i rD BY &
W. M. GORMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
DIUCTLT Orr. Manx. Hama
1 2 1"r'X'SI3T.TILGFU ,
se zyle •
wrzzia.. ... .
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AND DILLIZES ix
NTI.4OIIi. civitAiN.F3 3 : ol ".a.o.
No. 95 OEIO ' imar Past Contim,
ALLIIOIIENY CITY. PL.
W. C. AaPdSTILtiNG,
PRODUCE consismos Kumar,
S. 25 BURN= ST2O6lll`.
KEEL & RITCHART,
xa DIAIZEN IN .1,,
FLOUR. eßA.rtt, BEIC.1:18,!MILf. Alan
549 Liberty St.. Pittsburg's.
J. m.micii t tuito.
Wholesakrind Retail Wean"
No. 396 PENN BTRENT. , •
szO3RIS • • .
4ITTLE, -BAIRD 86 , PA'TTON,
liVindeSale Groaers, CounnlsidarsKarediants
Weslers rroduce, Yloar..Racons,
11; Carbon anti I.ard 011, Irolyttau
n Yarns and all P•;.ssvaritti Min atatea
gt i rs r b 4 4l. ll* and ll* cii°C°l4 ' l) '
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isvlttor i .c l u . ez.
sc e e a i p, t,
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HOUSE , &BHOL Suer.
ti - ceesorsto 4OHN 1. ROMP_ i ri s ,Wliole.
sap Groot", in*. Cotainission, me tit, ow.
sera , Bmithfielti and Watertitreete: PI burgh.
smf %field street. Hold 'bralrtfactsi of
Cement andersvel • Ma-
'WHITE 1.121:13.-200 , bbli. tot
'VT - 41 111 $ tot -• • • 11. B. CAMMILI.D.
Cateond Yfobrl•' .
IMPORTERS OP (
BUCCelillOr Co Fetzer Armst