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—The Czar has signea the pledge.
--Motor's is fifty years old to-day.
—Vieuxtemps, the violinist, is writing
—Punch. calls pearl powder the flower
—Key West is plagued, - already, with
—Can Porter be found at the Aurora
Itorie ale house?
—Two dollars a dozen is the price of
eggs in Arizona.
—Report says J. Russell Young is. to
'become a broker.
—The spirit of the South—the cotton
—Velocipedes are to be need in some of
the bull fights in Madrid.
—Kentucky is again shipping tobacco
down the Mississippi river.
—The first through passenger, by rail,
from California is C. F. Jenkins.
—Punch calls the smoke of the Thames
steamboats an-in-funnel nuisance.
—Miss Rye is to bring a new colony of
one hundred servant girls to Canada.
—Brick Pomeroy's New York paper
coats him enormously and doesn't pay.
—The House of Refuge in Philadelphia
was slightly damaged by fire last Thurs
—Sangalli, the danseuse, took to sing
ing ballads" recently and it said she sang
—New York talks of importing En
glish glow-worrns to beautify the Central
—Five million baskets is the expected
yield of the Maryland and Delaware peach
—Verdi is to write a grand opera for the
first performance in the new Opera House
—Hay- is so dear in some parts of
nbrthern Vermont that the cattle are said
to be sA,Uirving.
—As the Alabama has gone to the hot.
tom - of the sea it is natural that 'rash
should settle the claims on her.
—The sword presented to Gen. Wash
ington by Frederick the Great, together
with many other relics of his country's
FaMer, , are for sale in New York.
—Eleven hundred persons in England
Tay the tax levied-ork all who keep more
than ten male sefvants in their houses.
—The suicide mania Is alarmingly on
the increase, add it really seems to be a
crime,to stop which, nothing cut be done.
- -A journeyman baker in San Francis.
co blew his brains out to secure a holliday
which his employer refused to grant him.
—The tree-traders are said to be disap
pointed because the English cotttributlons
to the Free-trade League are but about
—A female gymnast in London fell
from a rope fifty feet high, and was caught
by a party of gentlemen, without sustain
ing any injury.
—Recent excavations, made at Madrid,
have unearthed heaps of• the debris of the
conflagrations of many an auto da fs of
. —Punch skis Reverdy Johnson as the
representative of America, has gotten all
of the dinners and now Motley is coming
after her desserts.
—The police of New York are going
to erect a statue of a "Metropolitan" in
the Cypress Hill Cemetery, where dead
policemen are buried.
—Mr. Howard, 11. B. Minister to Chi
na, having received his instructions, will
go to his post by way of Europe, in order
teconsult with Mr. Burlingame.
—A sycamore tree in Belmont, 310.,
measures forts feet two inches in circum
ference. The trunk is hollow, and will
-comfortably contain twenty men.
—The veil is now taken in France on a
lease, so . to speak, terminated at the end
of each year. Three nuns of Paris have
just laid it aside for orange blossoms.
—General Dyer now being vindica
ted, the New York World wants General
Fitz John Porter's case reviewed, so that
he may be vindicated by court martial.
Pitman,-the • inventor of the phono
graphic system which bears his name, has
published, at Bath, England, a complete
•edition of the Bible in phonohraphic
Ne w l m7Pert farmer, who , has ten
acres of onions, ha estimated that he will
'walk one thousand miles in hoeing them.
•We wonder , how . many (item* Wow,
lean," will bee4ed in peeling them.
—ln Pull, Personslwitting to see XIII
"- son perform must secure their seats two
week s in advance. While for e Patti,
whose pop l ahi y ut little on the v im ,
- Oily a week or ten days is necessary.
• —lden''oradvanbed fashion in Puts
row wear silk coats. If they are becom
4/kg We can't ace why thpy should not be
• 'worn' milli its they, are no more exptunilye
'than Some of the - imported cloths now
--An M. C recently in debate shouted
' , Amiens P,htto, amlens Socrates, sed ma.
j(ir Vinitas." The reporter next morn-
lug made hie ar/ePh7" read, "I may con
Plato, I may CUBS Boefatee, said Major
—The London Jockey 'Club has black.
balled the,Dnke of Hamilton, liPho,, in re
', - wage, proposes to sell all his horses and
; gilt the turf. If the late Marquis or
Hastings had been black-bailed perhaps
bls life and fortune might have been saved.
—The Englishmen who Oppose the
proposition to iegalize marriage with a
ideceased wife's sister, urge- that suds' a
lonise would result in most horrible
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jealousy, and that wives would never al
low their slaters to Visit thara when their
huOands wart) at home.
-7 one hundred thousand dollar dia.
mood has beetfound at the Caps of Good
HopOind fulled to the list of the leading
gems •of the world. The native who
found it was are that it wa s very valu
able, and succe ed in selling it for five
hundred sheep ; en oxen and a horse.
—A Boston paper says: The statistics
of our city show that marriages among
the native poreatiort are decreasing. The
single and simple reason of this is the
cost of married life. Young men are
not afraid of the blooming institution,
but they can't stand the depleting ex
—The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion of Milwaukee has voted, by a ma
jority of two hundred and sixteen in a
vote of nine hundred,.to keep their libra
ry open on. Sunday. We believe they
were right, although, in many places, a
vote dh the question taken among a simi
lar class of men wbuldhaVe resulted dif
—All of those other men who
have pet schemes concerning the
management of the National Treasury
are howling about, Mr. Boutwell be
cause he has one tot', and besides
has the opportunity to •carry it out.
Put any other man with a pet scheme
into Mr. Boutwell's Place and the howl
would be just as loud.
—On Wednesday last, a woman in
Camden; while standing outside, upon
the sill of a window which she was wash
ing, in the second story of a house, fell
sand was seriously injured. A similar
accident, it will be remembered, occurred
in Allegheny a few weeks ago. House
keepers should take warning by these
dreadful occurrences, and positively pro
hibit their maids from needlessly risking
their lives by this method. of washing the
windows, particularly as, we understand,
it is quite as easy, to attain the same de
gree of cleanliness and brilliancy for the
sash and glass without any, risk what
Fashionable Costumes and Barbaric
I said a good deal in my last about
opera patrons and patronesses.. Since
then there has - been an amusing attack
upon the fancy costumes decreed to be
necessary for the more expensive parts of
thehouse. The Ibntleman, it is said,
must wear boots which are not even
Wm . :met-Proof, and in which he cannot
walk for five minutes without inconveni
ence. "He must put on, a coat, waist
coat and trousers of ridiculous make and
material, in which he cannot possibly ap
pear in the day time, exeept in*provin
cial town of RllllBlll. Ile Must wear a
white cravat, which never looks quite
creditable after it has once been used;
gloves which are destroyed by the mere
process of putting on, and off, and a hat
which would give intense delight to the
street boys ' in his neighborhood if he
ventured to go forth into the 'sun or rain
with it. - As for the paraphernalia of
ladies upon such occasions,no earthly pen
but that of the Countess Asterisk who
writes descriptions of the fashions for mil
liners could atempt to describe it. Their
very bangles and black hair are enough
to consume a captain's pay and
allowances for forty-five years and
a half at least. Some of the ladies
have now taken to wear profusely deco
rated helmets, of a red or golden color,
and which are understood to be worth
literally more than their weight of the
most precious metal. It has come to be a
fact, universally asserted and widely be
lieved, that the scantier a lady's dress
may be the larger is the amount of money
which must be paid for it. The rage for
ornaments is so great theit the price of
diamonds and other ornitnental glitter is
rising yearly, and a lady of determined
views may very easily spend a Captain's
whole property on gloves alone. British
travellers used to be a great deal too
ready to• laugh at the demure female bar
barians who were wont, but a few years
ago, to stand in the street of Moscow, at
fair-time, in the hope of attracting admi
ration by the pecuniary value of their
clothing. The custom which these peri
patetic philosophers so often rebuked has
been,for some time past, adopted into our
natioal manners. The price of an Eng
lish lady at a play-house or a ball may be
estimated, at a moderate average, as about
three thousand pounds sterlir g, of course,
exclusive of the inestimable Value of the
dame herself."—London Corrrespondence
The Telegragn from Europe to India.
The new line runs from Thorn over
the Prussian frontier to Odessa and
Nicolajats;, through the Crimea to Taman;
then through the Cducasus to Schuba on
the Black Sea, which it crosses, the
breadth at. that place being 170 versts.
.Emerging at Cape Adler, it is continued
by way, of This and Erivan to Teheran.
The passage of , the Black Sea at Its great
est width has been avoided, partly • be
cause soundings both in. the Black Sea
and' the Caspian have shown that the bot
tom of -the sea desceuds'precipitously op
posite the high mountainty and partlyl on
account of the. 'boring' snail, 'which is a
.danserous enemy to the cable tind;man
alies to penetrate through the suirbund
ing wire into the interior, where it' re
mains and devours everything, of vegeta
ble origin, even the, guttalgrctus itself.
The shortest crossings have, therefore.
;been chosen. and the cable is protected by
a wrapping of copper-wire, which, be-
sides ita durability, Is poison to•these
creatures. The new line jointhe one
existing to • India at Teheran j a n d will be
finished in the present year.:
Hoping for a liCoHamm on'the Other tilde
of the Atlantis.”
American stocks and, shares suffered
considerably, because they are evidently
viewed with distrust, and though they
may be taken on continental account,
English holders, if they are determined
to' sell what they posses, will be enabled
to! escape the apprehended sacrifice, if
any' serious discussion • should arise in re.
lation to the Alabama claims. A partial
collapse ott the other side of • the Atlantic
would Perhaps be a salutary less ft for
t i . who ' ate 'encnCragin,g war
*dietrient tikatnet this coimt4. .Lon. doi . Ilerald, 'My 8.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: M0N.1: 0 4,74.. MAY 2 4, 1869.
WORE has becm, resumed in several
leading ,coal mines of the Wyoming re
gion. This may be. - the precureor ofre
wanbomWhich balarteedlizteen ponnds
avoirdupois on the scale& - A inur been
called the ''Welconicefitranger,"-afterlhe
great Australian gold nugget. ' •
THE Eighth Congressional. District of
New York is the wealthiest rn the United
States. It returns to the Revenue De-'
partment this year fortyltiveineemekover
$100,000,1 and more than-one thousand
which are-over $lO,OOO, The. largest Is
that of A. T. SteWart,43,olo,2lB.
BARNET BitrunTon, on a wager of
thirty dollars, carried two bushels of
wheat on his back and three bushels in a
wheelbarrow from Mapleton to Ocono
mowoc, Wis., seven and a half miles,
within five hours, and without stopping
to put down his load for a moment.
JACKSON KIRKWOOD the murderer of
A. Knowles, at Wamp'Furnace, Penn
sylvania, about one mo th since
I was ar
rested south of Fort ayne, nd.,' and
taken to Newcastle, Pennsylvania, where
his trial will be held. He was- accom
panied by his wife. 'Kirkwood killed
Knowles with a shovel, Over which they
, BISMARCK said, recently, to a promi
nent member of the North-German Par
liament, that he knew .both Napoleon
111 and Francis Joseph were in favor of
peace, but the leading ladies of their
courts (meaning the Empress Eugenie
and the old Arch-duchess Sophia), were
constantly trying to bring about awar
FASHIONABLE preachers in Paris now
raise the wind for benevolent or church
purposes by arranging lotteries of a very
peculiar description. The prizes drawn
are no other than themselves—that is to
say, the winners have the right to claim
their services as preacher& &c., for three
or five days. The idea has, in several
cases, been a very successful one.
A strenrewnst citizen of New Or
leans got his portrait cheaply the other
day. He paid a trifle at auction for a fall
length portrait of President Pierce, re
presented sitting at a table piled with
public documents, and holding the scroll
of the Constitution in his hand; then sent
for an omnibas painter and had the face
altered into his own likeness.
DISGRACEFUL proceedings took place
recently at Falmouth, England; where a
young woman was buried with extreme
ritualistic ceremony, headed by a twelve
foot cross. Incense was used in the
church, the rector meantime kneeling at
the coffin. The service was interrupted
by groans from a large mob, mingled with
hisses and laughter. I A scuffle followed,
in which the'reotor's surplictwas torn.
THE New York Sun of the 17th asserts
that Mr. Greeley is the author of John
Russell Young's exposure. It says
Young's letters were submitted to Mr.
Greeley, and examined by him, four days
before,they were printed in the Sun, and
then asseverates that they were published
in the Sun ,becanse Mr. Greeley took no
steps to punish or remove Young, con
cluding: "Mr. Young has ,hinnself to
thank for the commission• of the offense,
and Mr. Greeley for its exposure." -,‘
IN the Paranagat District, in the South
eastern part of the State of Nevada, dis
tant from Austin perhaps 180 miles, is' a
remarkabie mountain of salt about 70
miles south of the mines. It is, reported
to be about five miles in length •and 600
feet in height. The body of salt is of un
known depth. It is chemically pure
and crystallite, and does not deliquesce
on exposure to atmosphere. Like rock,•
i t requires blasting from the mine, when ce
it is taken in line blocks, and is as
transparent as glass.
Tan Portland, (Maine) Transcript says
that Mrs. Caroline-E. Brown, of Water
ford, mother of the late Chas. E. Brown, 1
"Artemus Ward," a ft er waiting long; by
the advice of friends, for the public to
erect a monument over the grave of her
son, has determined b put up a grave
stone at her own expense. In -further
ance of this object the editor of the Trait.
script has sent to her the sum of $31.50,
principal and interest, placed in his hands
as contributions towards the erection of a
monument. Mrs. Brown has never re
ceived a cent from the property of her
A'sts.n in San Joaquin, California, has
in his possession a surveyor's instrument,
on the front lens of which is plainly seen
a beautiful landscape, with all the varied
hues of nature. Some fifteen years ago,
according to the owner's account, the in
strument bad been in use, and was left
standing- for a time, on the plain, in a
scorching midday's sun, fronting a wood
land. When again brought into use, a
correct picture of the fronting woodland,
with all the various colors of the land
scape, was photographed on the lens, and
has remained unchanged to the preseni
BEN. WADE has been visited at his
home in the "rustic village " of Jefferson
by a newspaper correspondent. The
"old war horse" received the correspond
ent graciously. and made no secret of his
views upon men and things: Ile thinks
the reason why Grant dislikestim is ow.
ing mainly to his being "down" on. West
,Poilit, and a disparaging way in ;which
lie spoke of it; which Grant did not like;
tlvat there should ,be no difficulty'in de
.termining which is the true Republican
party in Virginia, by, noting which one
the late rebels support; that, Grant's pol
icy will be a vigorous one, both in regard
to the Htt-Klux and the Alabama claims;
that the logic of Suinnet's. speech itt , iryc-,
sistible; and that a _lab3r party **Mild ,
A. CORRESPONDRI'M c , Of the Boston dd.
vertiser, writing from ,New Orleans, says'
that "'at the Booth the' prevailing dislike
for our section will ertipent in Unpleasant
fashion Three sudh bgly-chknoei have
happened to Yu*, eorresnotnient
two Nooks. One watonZelslgidg'
where a hrutal Texan 401 inaie/
lounging in the neighborhotiff ,of ,those
whom he imagined to: be Northerner',
andunaking disagreeable:remarks about
the d—d Yankees. Again, while taking
an uneasy nap on a railroad train one
stormy night, I was waked by the load
invectives of a burly planter who Was
saying' to .a friend, over their freshly
Yenal whiskey bottle, that' 'Daum the
ankees, the whole crew , of them; be
never saw any of 'em Without wanting to
blow the tops of their •headcoff,?, and . so
on. The third •was at the Troup House,
•in Selma, where the landlord devoted all
his spare time—and he seemed to have a
deal of it—to describing hie exploits in of- •
tering gratuitous insults te'egpet.tlikffiters'
aid ecalawap. 'These instancealnlghtte
offset py a dozen_cases of`petanitiatEnd;
nett." • -
WELIWN' 4- :AUF9 L Y ,
Maisatieteren aatl Wholesale Dealers la
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,-
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING MIA
, BENZINE'; moo.
N 0.1.47 WoodffStreet.
se9al22 Beiween bili aria 6th dvernites.
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. , ccitraits , & AVRiCrIi,T;
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P I T TS PITI Cq: i k. 1 43‘:41 i:":
We are now prepared to snimly Thiners and
Potters. It is perfect, , simple,. and as cheap as
the plain top, having the names of, the various
Fruits stamped upOn the cover, radiating from
the center. and an index or pointer stamped upon
the top of the can. •
It is Clearly"3Dlstln;.tily,ret P.ennanes,tly
by merely placing the name , of the !run the
can contains opposite the_ pointer and sealing In
the customary manner. preserver of fruit or
Rood housekeeper will use anr.other after once
A large assortment,
HENRY It, COLLINS,
apH:h£7 24 Avenue, neat: Smith field St
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
HORNE & CO.
PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS,
Knotted Fringes, black and col
, ored, Gimp Trimmings, Guipure
Lace, Dress Buttons, 411 shades,
Sacque Loops, Eine Silk Fans,
Invisible and La Pannier Hoop
Skirts, French Corsets. Latest
Novelties ia Hats and Bonnets,
Ribbons, Fine Frencli' Flowers
Trimming Satins, Eni,broideries,
Lace Goods, Linen Goods, Paper
Conan, Cuffs„ and Shit Fronts :
of best makes. Geiat'sand Ladies'
Underwear, the Patent Pantaloon
Drawer, Morrison's Star Shin.
7wra7 AND 79 MARKET STREET.
SILK LOOPS FOR SACQUES
FINS AiiBORTMENT OF S?I•FINS,
THE SO COQUETTE FANI PARASOL'
SILK PARASOLS & SU ?-
White French Whaleboni) Corsets,
Purple and Mexique Blue 1
A splend id assortmen tof
WRITE BRO. BALBRIGOAN HOSE
LACE 011 EMISEITES, all styles.
Gent's Spring Undergctrinents.
MAC.RITIVL GLYDE & CO,
nky7 78 & 80 Market Sireet.
NOW SPRING GODS
MACRUM do CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Amine,
Dress Trim Ming. and Buttons. • • • -
Embroideries and Laces: ' ••. :"
Ribbons and Flowers.
- Bats and Bonnets. '
Glove fitting atuttlfronch Corseta. :
New evies mrsdlePs Skins. t“ . '
--, Parasdle-401 the new styles. •
enatind Rath Umbrellas. • I , •
Boater)-the beat Zagllah maker.
Agents for "Harrtei 13earahtu Stir.”
Spring an Slane_ ,ez"N/44141rOarfl •
mole Afte!)te. tor we Bemis . pato:wittily. pot-
Wir. ta '•Lockwood'sil '!,W est 414"
ertvh7.44lll 0 4ker
Dealerp,supplled with t.e abwre at
FIFTH - A VEX
DMOND • ILARE,.H , -•
'kW %field Aron; folik alma
oureatt It., Creapr4 14a °nivel •
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
ATER PIPES, r
33 . y.
ND GOOD GOODS
In all a
Also, a large variety Of
Only 60 cum.a pair.
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THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, Mnsline , Dross Goods,
Fula, LLVE OF
87. MARKET STREE'II.
CAIIMcCANDLESS & CO"
(Late Wilson, Carr & 00.,)
WHOLESALE torraxics IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry floods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET, •
Third door above Diamond alley, •
WINDOW • - SHADES,
.Near and ;Handsome Designs;,
ROW. OPIMIG AT
No. 107 Market Street
()TEAR FIFTH A.VENITEO •
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest dealtrus 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. R. H U GHE S U BRO.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
W. P. BEELESHALL'S
NEW !yrnr, ; ; PAPER SThR
. 191 Liberty Street,
(NEAR MARE T,)
SPRING GOODS - ARRIVING DAILY. mh6
GLASS. CELEA. CUTLERY.
BOHIGHL&N AND CHINA.
SMOKING SETS, GTFT CUPS;
A large stock of
SILVER PLATED GOODS
'of ui descriptions.
B. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
.. DR., .WEEITT,_44 ..
fIONTINUES - TO. i tlilgAi.T -ALL
4% - tioVerV e , 1 1 1:t 4. 13Mett i e ; ittAtr. lif,!a l i 4l 3 l
urinary diseases, and titoeffeet• 'Of Mercury' are
nal Irea.nese and 4mPotencl. Molding fro.
self-abuse-or Other names; and winch produm
weak ofM e n o i l gowtnign effects, aabloteret. bodll,consumption,
society. n umanlinellsOrread of future events,
lons yr menity. la d oi ellee.,notitureel , omission.,
and noollioo Prottragm the sexual gystein as to
' render marmite-tin team; and therefore
imprudent, are pernnimpily oured.• , Pewee ati
filmed wl ,tli these pr any other delicate, lotricate
or long staidding-solititutiOntil Complaint should
'give the Domes trial; %never (ans.
A particular atlentioti_i Yen to all Femalecom
plaints, Leutiorrime or W 'Met Tilling, rodent- •
=Skin 'or Ulceration of the ' Womb, ales:111c
pintails. Amenorrhoea. KenorriksArk, DYstr4l
- and bterility or Barre . eft •
' ed with thergreatest sueitees. i - i,ii • i in L - ..
:ioftillt.iissitaallet:ituivja ?Prrat il tt e bit Pb E lS cl ei r f if we g h tl is T nn : l i c"
year must acquire greater akill in that specialty
than one Monett* praettce.
117 ThO POotor u p e ib i lishes V niedleat pamphlet Of
Panel tMit' vela lull expotition of venereal
•an private 4 es, Oat can be bed free mince
en li Mall Mr ,two stamps. la sealed pes.
ire sentence' . contains' instrecUon 'tom e a
lbite 'Mid enablitot them to Ifeterintati the' pre.
elm • asters O r - oWAOOPIDishas• , t . tent :
The eslablielimem, comprising ittnt
rooMtas central.'" wheal. is not eowrenient
Milt the (MY, the liostor's opinion can be oh- '
Ulm.] bv giving a vrritten otatement oe case,
and media/nes can . be , fbrwardetb illy m an or ex
prem. ln, wail lattanees. however. a persenal
eireminatiOne it abrolutely nceersery. while in
-ottere dailypersonsbattention is rent freili-nnA
Mr the accoinittodation t f each olticAte there are
apartments' comitecited with the once that are nro
vided wit& evert requisite that lit - calf e vel ro
promote recovegy r . including „memos . apor
batbs. 'All nreecrons ' ark Prefla in the
Vector's own labbnatory.tuder his, onal su
pervision. Medical pampldeli at in tree; or
mall for two, stamp No matter whir have
failed, read what he Hours (lA.*. to El Pt.
Sundays 1* 1M WIP. 1.• inseyott wymis
, quicsT. (iimmeb utat,....._lurit r.
% tr fcasuritia.l
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!MUSSELS CARPETS, HMS, /10. 1
The Latest Arrival
No. 151.EIFTH" AVENUE,
rethanAi ateam"rg Samaria r and Man•
YLES of the
They also offer a
Comple;e 'line of
BODIESTIC . CARPET/111g.
To which lar g e additions are daily bein g made.
A Display of Goods Equal
3',Tvg..htillo'ipsr.esented thls market at
. -mccALLuit BROS.,
V*. 4 r.E.4474-
ap23:h9S(BET: WOOD & 831711PfieLD;
tilE r IS, 1869.
49. Pt Po .1M
LADE AND NOTTINGHAM
LOWEST PRICES -E,VER OFFEBED:' •
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J. L. A. Z. STIMNBOR.
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Pure Rye;. Wlaiskies.
BRANDIES, WINES, GINSAC.,
No. 87 Sec.ond Avenue,
TABLISHED BY A. & T
„Or RALLY, 181:4.
W. M._ GORILY,•
No. 271 Liberty Street,
Iltruccr„P OPP. EARLY ROM.)
se :ylB . -
Air STEEL , E & LSC!N,
AND DIGALZRB IN
FLOOR, GRAIN, FEED . fete.
No. 93 OH/QSTR.E.M. near East Carsiiidori,
1 ALLEGHENY arr. PA.
W. C. 41.1tBISTROZtG,
Successor to Fetzer .t Armstrong,,.
PRODUCE COMMISSION AERCHABT,
inns No, 25 -MARKET STREET.
Krms. ... JAB .P. ItICEALUT.
AND DLit...T.4S IN •
MTH,' GRAM, SEEDS, MILL FEED, It.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
T . J. SLAINcrEALIta
Wholesale and Retail Grocers"
srukitalio.'3os 'PENN STREET.
LiDrFTLE, ' BAIRD az. PATTON,
Wholesare Grocers, Commission Mercbante
ealers Inrroduce, Flour; Bacon. Cheese,
Pleb, Carbon and Lard 011, liOn, NawVass;
MUM:. Yarns and all T": 46 burgh Mann attires
tenerally. mie and 1116 o4COND ET,
._ N&WALLAC.p Whole
§s IIitIM I ROCEES AND PROD GCE DEAL.
. No. 6 BLYTH STREET, Pitet &burgh.
JO/171rIlOtrat...V.DW.. 801 3 1 11/..,..W1t. H. BOMBS.
MEWL HOUSE &BR,OL,
rata u • cesson,to JOHN I. HOUSX . CO., Whole-
Grocers and Conanlsedon Mgrchnlite, Cox
ner. of Smi th field end Water Strewth. Pittsburgh.
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KOOFINO BLi OF VARIOUS
.z•-pathaniar/ittetttbSti tolaihigeßlate and
piarlut tatteatota. particuipat tad antes
4 1 Vjarlit ".
No. 48 never pAvenue, •
` PriT B iMlieli. PA
I.Pir THE . COIIitT OF irintiaTica
A, SESSIONS. et Allegheny Vuenty. le the
bolter of the Tgestlon o r Canton streetMWS,
1059. Petition orrreeholderg
ea u en neal,
On motion' of A. 11,11rown, •Attorner Tot-petl
&tonere, rulergrauteg to hallow eauaetwily Canton
street, bozo ldtarnepe street t o the attaihnge•
liele-rlverle the' 14th 'trim' or Pittsburg:J ,
ihoehtzult btelosed and Tgentetl. -
nw ' •
J. W. AZ .fdd.
niylo:j64l4lo ' • 'Attorneys for Petitioners.
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x 4 1 .1towitasos kr,o.,
1..5.r OP 'CARD if ;SEERY. CONPECTIOSiiItr
ter, CREAM and DINT.Sti SALOCII,,
83 Smithfield inreet, cotter of DiaMond' alley,
411 0 • Parties. and families an :with, Ice
Cream and Cakes on short notate
MERRIMAN X& 'MATHER%
• 514 and 6 lau4bert tm z inne
damen,, Denlarc In Arnim
044IPETS AND OIL CLO
MeFARLAND & COLLINS, .
Nor 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENUE,