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die littibutO etaltits,
BY MATTHEW ARNOLD.
Thou. who emit wwell alone—
Toon, who dost know thine own—
Thou, to wham a' I are known,
Yrom the cradle to the grave—
gave. U cave!
Frnm the world's temptations;
Front that nerce anguish
Wherein we languish;
Yrom that torpor deep
W herein we lie as.eept
Heavy at death, cold as the grave—
Save, U save:
Wbei the tont, crowing clearer.
Bets Wad neater;
Wheu thi. soul, mouatiug higter.
To god comes no nigh
Hz:Mine arch fiend Pride
Mounts at her side, •
Fol lug her Ugh kaprlre.
Sealing tutu eagle OVA:
srutsrhen slief.lll A uttld sour:
Makes Idols to adore;
Changing the pure 4:1110tIOR
or her high devotion
To a sktu deep sense • „
IA her own CoMitleuee:
Strong to deedve, strong. to enslave —
Save, U rave:
From the ingrained fashion •
. Of this eartuiv nature,
TAM mars tuy err atm e
From grief. lust is but passion;
From =nu, toat is but feigning;
From tears. teat, bring 'suntan/1g;
irons-wt..] and west eomplainiuk; -
Thine old strength revealing—
save, 0 nivel
• From doubt, where all not strong; Where wise men are not strong;
Where comfort turns to trouble;
Where just men sutler wrong;
Where so. row treads on. 1 0 Y: .
Where sweet things soonest cloy;
here faiths - are built on duds;
Wuere love is loaf mistrust,
Hungry, and barren, and sharp as the sea—
. 0 set us free!
C let the false dream fly,
Where our suck souls do lie
0 where thy voice sloth come
Le: ail deubts be dumu;
Let all words be mile ;
Alt strifes recouciled;
All pains beguiled..
Lightbring no blindness, •
Lov - - no unkineness;
Knowledge no ruin, •
sear no unuoing, t •
From the cradse to the gtavn—
• Save, 0 save(
—Dickens is to tic sued for libel.'
—New Haven is to have a sorosis.
—Terre Haute is to have a female co
—The Gold Hill Mine, in Nevada, sti
—Oregon has about sixty thousand in
—Leonard-Jerome is coming home with
—Brigham Young likes rabbits, and has
—Poor Patti is what they now call the
—Small pox is epidemic, or very near
it, In Minnesota.
—Duelling is more frequent in Paris
now thaveirer.before. •
—lt•ie said that McClellan is an enthu
siastic admirer of Grant.
—California has raised a sun-flower
weighing fifty-seven pounds. •
—The Peripatetic Panitheoptiapisonic
exhibition is now in Kentucky. -
-25 banking houses exist in White
- 140, exciusive of those devoted to _faro.
—The Philadelphia Telegraph calls the
Ritualists "the religious pantoinimists."
—lt is said that the horse•car drivers of
New York are in great dread of Mr.
—Health is not one of the items be
queathed by the late Baron Rothschild to
—lndigo moistened with spirits of cam-
phor\is said to be a cure for the bite of a
—Somebody wants the town at the
junction of the Pacific railroads to be
--Eighty•one thousand six hundred and
fifty 'eight immigrants have arrived this
year in New Yorke's''' .
—Heller gave an organ concert in San
Francisco for the benefit of the sufferers
by the Gold Hill disaster.
—The New Bedford Mercury says
workingmen are getting to be as regular
'as clock-work in their strikes.
—The Queen of Tahiti is said to be an
incessant smoker, but, we believe, does
not buy her cigars on Sunday.
philosopher has diacovered that
settlements after marriage are much more
diftfpult than the ante-nuptial ones. '
bloody-minded mosquito met his
richly-merited death on Tuesday night at
the hands of a citizen of Allegheny.
HEdwin Booth and Miss McVickar are
to be married early in June, at the cot
tag4 of the bride's father at Long Branch.
—ltinnor says Mr. -Paran Stevens is
altut to build atenormonshotel on Fifth
Avenue,"modeled after the Grand, Hotel
at Paris. ",
A. seamstress in Springfield, Massa-
chnsetts, has a sign which reads "sowing
done here." Can such things be—andin
E. L. Davenport is playing at the
W tit Street ',Theatre in Philadelphia,
wham Joe Jefferson will begin an engage
ment next MOriday.
Colt, whose defunct hue
band made revolvers, has an income of
4400,0006 day. ',lt would be pretty hard
to break such s colt.-
, —An eastern paper suggests a certain
num for a Peace Commissioner among the
Indians, as being especially competent to
with the Big•feet. , - - f
• A. Zion& paper „ reports the Palliate
by s ce of a "drove of Chinese labor
Each carried, his t . own baggage,
Aeontdsting of an extra hat. , .
46—The Chicago tamp-mats having bian
leased for advaVtioing pnipOses; somebodY,
new wants to seenre, for the . same Pne l
,pose, theiacks of the police and firemen..
—Sirtt. Stanton '• says,' the -Fifteenth'
Amend*ent • " cannot - with Justice be
passed nail the women \of the country
give• aloe eCnsent to thfs new step in their •
politicskAegradation.,,,,, . •
—Two ."litlies!PJ were bavJag some
words t4ether; 'wheillte, datigbkr of one ,
of thempopped her tea& out of the Aopr
and cried: "Be quick, mother, and call
her a thief before she calls you one."
—Miss Susan Galton is to play Mar
guerite in Faust at her benefit in Phila
delphia, next Monday, and Messrs. Castle
and Campbell. formerly of the Richings
opera troupe, will assist her as Faust and
—Mr. Bergh, President of the New
York Cruelty to Animals Prevention
Society, wants the custom of the Board
of Health of that city, of offering rewards
for the destruction of dogs, abolished, and
also the suppression of the dog pound.
—They have introduced a new dodge
at the Washington boardinghouses.
They put half a dollar in the hash at break-
fast, and the boarders eat hash then to the
neglect of all other dishes, hoping to get
the money. Hash has gone up 10 per
ce4. in the market in consequence,
Paris dandies are beginning to wear
blue and green in place of black for full
dress. We have already chronicled the
appearance of silk coats, and it will
doubtless not be long until the gentle-
men at evening parties presen- as gay an
1 appearance as did their great grandfathers.
—A few weeks ago a married woman
in Philadelphia attempted to commit sui
cide by jumping off a ferry boat into the
Delaware: She was, much against her
will, rescued, and, asserting that she did
not want to live, has ever, since persist
ently refused to take any food, and on
Monday died of sheer starvation.
—Napoleon Bonaparte died at St.
Helena, May sth, 1821, but in those be
nighted days when'telegraphic cables and
Pacific railroads were not, this important
news didn't reach the United States until
the 15th of August; but our poor fathers
were so ignorant that they thought that
was rather fast time for news from St.
—At a late printer's festival the follow
ing toast was presented: "The Printer—
The master of all trades; he beats the
farmer with the
,Hoe, the carpenter with
his rules and the 111890):1 with setting up
Nil columns; he surpasses the lawyer and
the doctor in attending to his cases; Mid
he beats the parson in the management of
—The Philadelphia Ledger says: The
following vessels cleared from this port
during the past week with, petroleum:
Bark Fion, for. Rotterdam, with 88,773
gallons; bark Adelaide, for Elsinore, with
121,164 gallons; brig Faveur, for Cron—
stadt, with 67,888 gallons; brig Perse
verance for St. John, with 1,000 gallons;
brig Fides, for Trieste, with 84,095 gal
lons; bark Gyda, for Stettin, with 111,637
gallons; brig Giovanino, for Gibraltar,
with 34,712 gallons, making a total of
509,269 gallons. Four ships, seven
barks and six brigs are now loading.
Secretary Boutwell to-day had a bal
ance of ninetyone millions of gold, the
property of the'government, and twenty
three millions on deposit. Total gold en
hand one hundred and fourteen millions.
He has also, thirteen millions of currency.
The receipts from internal revenue to
day were larger than they have been for
several months, amounting to $1,600,000.
The revenues will be immensely increas
ed for the next month in consequence of
the payment of the income tax, now due.
General D. E. Sickles on Saturday re
ceived his commission as minister to
Spain. He has accepted the office, and
is to enter upon its duties on the first of
July next. He proposes to leave this
country in4bout three weeke, so ,as to
reach 31adrid at that time.
All applications , for additional bounty
are now being rapidly arranged, and as
fast as possible settled. The great press
of business thrown upon this office by
laws relating to bounties for service in
the late war has been materially lessened,
and things are now going- on smoothly.
Where heirs to deceased. soldiers apply
for bounty, the case, if the papers are
'correct, is now settled in a few days,
where,ln cocrespoitding cases a few years
ago the applicant has been kept waiting
for months, or even years.
Where a soldier applies for hie\ own
bounty, the case, if properly presented, is
disposed of in two or three weeks, a mat
ter which, until lately, has required from
s's months to even three or four yeaxa l
time. Where there is delay in a case
now, the applicant may know thaithere
is something wrong in the preps ation
and filing of papers and evidence, or that
the evidence is not satisfacto6 , . There
are thousands of such cases on hand.
In a great many instances ag =nts have
applied for the additional bount • , enclos
ing the soldiers discharge, and a • rwards 1
another application has been eceived, -
accompanied by affidavits from he bona ,
fide soldiers, stating that his • 'scbarge
had been lost. There are al:. many
cases bearing such evidence of fr:ud upon
the Government, the soldier, or his heirs,
that the auditor declines to pay them, and
so they remain in the office froth year to
year. , _ A great many complaints are re
ceived from claim agents who profess to
have paid advances upon claims presented
• against the effect of the late law of Con
whith requires that the agent's fee
shall be deducted and sent to him, butno
more, and that the balance shall be paid
to the claimant. *,
The political campaign in Virginia is
assuming a very warm and active shape.
Both parties. are confident. It is con
ceded that the Censtitution will be rati
fied by a .large I majority, and that the
separate clam will be defeated. The
Conservative pasty say that the reopen
ing of the registration-will add thousands
of white'votes - thelists; that they' will,
get sway negro votes as well as white
Notes; and that IS negro vote has been
largely decreased, by emigration of that
class, bcith South and - North. They also
claim thaf:the Conservative p y repre
sents the true business and mmercial
policy of Virginia, and base r..their hopes
of 'success on these reasons,. h e Wells
party, or regular Republican , as they
ca v il themselves, claim that W liter' will
get few or no negro votes;;tha the label
"Conservative Itepublicate w ll not de,
-wive them;;thaft• Wells will g t a large
white vote, and that a very lar e portion
of theextremit ; rabid' secessid element,
who refuse' to countenance suffrage under
any circumstances, will not to at all,
but permit,the election to . go by default
,They anticipate the success of Weils by
ten to fifteen thousand'lhsjority,- - ' •
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1869,
We have been permitted to examine
the trouiseau, part of which was import
ed from Pats, of a belib of Madison ave-
nne, who Is shortly to be led to the hym-
eneal altar. Alk the articles and dress
material sent frao Paris were done up in
packages elegantly embroidered and
edged with Valenciennes le.ce, each pack
age being inclosed in a substantial case
of straw. A package of handkerchiefs
like cob Webs in quality, each bearing
the monogram of the young bride In new
and unique designs, won our admiration
and we were struck with several sets of
laces of exquisite patterns.
The bride's dress, made by the court
dressmaker, is of white satin of rare mag-
nificence, with an entire overdress of
poitit lace, which is looped up at the
sides with: large satin rosettes and orange
blossoms. The bridal veil is also of point
lace made to order in Brussels, the pat-
tern corresponding :vith the lace over
The expectant bridegroOm has given-,
his fiancee an elegant set of seed. pearls,
purchased at the Paris Exposition, which
are to be worn on her wedding day.
We saw among many beautiful silk
dresses one of pink—the new shade
Made with a long train, and trimmed
with a deep point lace flounce, above
Which is a row of pink and white mara
bout feathers as a heading. The short
skirt is turned over at the back, and fast
ened with a small bunch of pink and
white feathers. Boots to correspond, of
pink silk with high pink French heels,
were shown ns, which we admired as a
matter of course.
Another dress of blue corded silk is
trimmed with two point applique floun
ces, with headings of peacock's feathers;
beautifully arranged. The dress is made
with a corsage cut quite decollette, with
bertha of applique and tufts of peacock's
feathers. As with all the other toilettes,
boots, gloves, fans, Sc., correspond in
shade and pattern. A reception dress of
gray satin is beautifully trimmed with
the new shade of green in small puffs ar
ranged around the • bottom of the skirt;
with•a bow of gray and green between
All the dresses we have described are
of the richest and most expensive quality
and material, and made in accordance
with the advanced Paris fashions.
Among the items were twelve pairs of
shoes, No. 2; fiye dozen assorted gloves,
four dozen handkerchiefs, six pairs slip
pers, six round hats; four bonnets, four
parasols, two lace shawls, three lace par
asols, two India shawls, twelve dozen
pairs of hose, twenty•eight evening, din
ner and street dresses, five cloaks and
sacks, and cartloads of other articles of
wearing apparel. -
The bridesmaids' dresses —six in num
ber—were sent over at the same time, and
have been presented to the misses who are
to officiate, on the occasion. They are of
white corded silk, with long trains, and
trimmed with a heavy ruching of white
satin around the edge of the skirt. The
overdresses are of fine white tulle elegant
ly trimmed with -Valenciennes inserting,
edged with white lace, and looped up on
each side by a vine of tea roses and buds.
The father of the bride has already
given his daughter Ids present, which is a
fine brown stone house on one of the fash
ionable thoroughfares, elegantly furnished
throughout. The entire house has been
neatly decorated, each room- being fres
coed in new designs and colors—the fur
niture corresponding. The walls are
adorned with elegant and rare oil paint
! lugs, some of them by old masters, sent
from abroad at great expense. Beautiful
pieces of statuary fill all the alcoves and
niches, and rare ornaments are distributed
about the room in profasion.'
Among the drawing-room ornaments
we saw a small table of the finest ivory,
inlaid with gilt, tike r leet made to represent
bird's claWs ' with small birds fastened at
intervals up the legs.
Nearly all the bedrooms are hung with
silk, the - beds being placed in alcoves and
entirely hidden from view. Long mir
rors from ceiling to floor are in every
room, and nothing can be desired even by
the most fastidious.' ..The attic has been
fitted up as a croquet ground, the walls
and woodwork padded with green reps,
and the floor covered with the same. A
billiard table stands in one corner, so
that when one game becomes tiresome or
monotonous, another can be 'called into
requisition. lii the cellar, which been
cemented and paved, -a long alley has
been built for bowling, with every con
venience of gas, fires, &c., for all
The taxes on the house and furniture
have all been paid for one year in advance
—so 1 is said—that the newly married
couple shall have neither care nor ex
pense. Attached to the house is an ex
tensive conservatory, filled with the
choicest and most beautiful exotics.
The wedding is to be, celebrated in
June, in a fashionable church near Gra,
mercy Park.—N. Y. San, May 22. -
M. Punsonfin, a French chemist, an
nounces that the essence of turpentine is
an antidote for poisoning by phosphorus.
This will be agreeable news to persons
engaged in the manufacture of matches.
who are.snbject to many diseasei caused
by the inhalation of phosphoric fumes,
which frequently result in caries of the
jaw bone. In support of this theory he
publishes the following results of his ex
periments : To five dogs he administered
doses of phosphorus, varying from one
to three grammes; to five others the same
doses, followed in the course,or an hour
by ten grammes of essence of turpentinei,
and finally . ..to five mord the same doses of
poison, immediately succeeded by the an
tidote. The first five. all died ; of the
second series all recovered but one ;
while the five last appeara , not to suffer
the alsghteat inconvenience. '
FIFTY 1110138ANDpersoits die of drunk-.
enness innglund - Untuilly; and twElvc.
'thmisand Q , them ire. women . By the ,
way, in , , e, United States thirty•five
thousand Rerpme die annually of drunk
enness. The pbpulation ?of England is
abuut , 28.006,000, while - that of the
United. States is about 85,000,000. in
-France, with a. population of about 86,.
000,000, the annual , number of deaths
from drunkenness , is• fifteen hundred—a
pretty strong evidence in favor of cheap
wines as a"proventiVe of iiitoxication.
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A Book irportl6ol_the memoirs of
the Dauph in, Lonii XVII., by his sons
William and Augustus Meves i lms recently
aPPeareibittlondOn.. The person assum
ing to be the Dauphin was an English
composer and teacher of , music of more
than ordinary merit, whoa throughout a
tolerably long gib labored under '; the. den
lusion, in. *hick , Iris progeny seem to
share, that he was the logitimate heir to
the throne 6f Prantei. ' • - '• ' - -
▪ • • 1.-V1
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r t aSig
Will be a candidate for State Senator, subject to
the decision of the Republican County Couyen
SAMUEL 13. CLIILEY
Will be a, candidate fo - State Senator, ambient to
the decision of the Itep.blican County COIIVPIII
tion: , mys
GEO. S. ANDERSON
Will be a:candidate for State Senator, rubiect to
the decision of tihe Xi publican County. Conven
tion. ! mys
candidate for State Senator, subject to
lon of the Republlc.n County Conven
li'lr' OR 4SSEMBLY, ..
Will be a candidate for ASSEMBLY. subject to
the decision of the Republican County Legisla
tive Convention. , lay 25:‘.76T
lar - ASSEMBLY..
DAVID L. SDIITH,
Of Allegheny City, will be a., candidate for At
,stinbly, subject to the decision 01 the Itepdblicati
ConNentlon. 10) 21
rigrFOH THE ASSEMBLY,
of McKeesport, subject to the decision of 'he
Itepuoilcan Legislative Convention ! my2OO:5S
GEO. H. HOLTZMAN,
Of n 043 township, will be prerented In the Re
publican Legisla-lve Convention, June Ist, n
:nine. fur nomination to - represent- Allegiieny
county In the nest se-Moan( the Legislature.
G. STUD S,
Subject to the decision Of the Republican C'onnty
Conver tion. tnyll•dST
• I respectfully announce myself a candidate
for SHERIFF, subject to the usages of the Re •
.=publican paity; and If successful pledge myself
to devote all my energy to an honorable and faith
ful discharge of the duties of the office.
aplautaF H. 8. FLEMING.
Of Pittsbnrgb, sublect to th e decision of .
ith.on Heath County Convention.
I would resosct.ully annOunce to the citizens of
Allegheny county that I will be Ica didate for
the office of SHERI wF, subject to the decision of
the next ensuing Il n kon Republican County Con
01111,!NIC D UFF.
JOHN A. WATSON,
01' El lathe th tow whip, late private Company D,
70th vs. Vols. will be a candidate torn he office
of SHERIFF, subject to the decision of the Union
Republican Convention. mai:ll73yr
W . - WOK SHERIFF.
WILLIAM A. fHE EON,
Win be a candidate for the office of Sheriff, sub.
lect to the decision of the Union Itenubbcan
County Convention. tub2s:gl9-d&F
win be a candidate for SH RIFF. subject to
the decision of the Republican County Conven
Ful SOLDIER=' WIDOWS AND OR
To Ihe Independent oters of Allegheny
The underslgned,wiih view of rendeting the
widows and orphans of be brave soldier from
Allegheny County, who fell In defense of their
count!) , in she late re, Ilion, come substantial
an•t permanent assi:tance, offers himself as a
candidate at the election on the second Tin aday
of October next, for toe office of SHE:HIFI% sol
emnly pledging and binding himself, in c:se of
his eleetton,that one•nalt: of the net profits of the
odic. alma be a,propriateid fo - r the benefit of said
widows and orphans. The Judemot the Court
of tile County to In the tfustees of the lowborn
der e hose direction the same sh •II be disbursed.
J. Y. 111cLAVG111.1N.
Offices, 011% , Fourth avenue and 313 Liberty
CO ii COMMISSIONER.
rH - FOR COUNTY COMMIS..
*Elbe a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the decittun 01 the Union Republican
County Convention. ap.77:116
'FOR COUNT COIIIIIIIS
SLONE tt, •
Of 2,1 ward, Pittsburgh, will be IV candidate for
County Commissioner,•suilect to the decision of
the Union Rep-bib-an County Convention..
wii. E.. If COUNT COMMIS
CHAUNCEY B. DOSTINCE,
Of the Twentieth ward. will be a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to the decision of
the Itepublican,County Convention.
I:gy - FOB COUNTY COMMIS
GEORGE 31A MILTON
Will be • cawildate for County Comm!Balmier,
eubJeCt to the deci.ioe of the Union Republican County-Convention.
County - Convention. - n 375
8. A. SAMPSON,
Of the Sixth ward. Atlegheny.Oate Blanchester.)
will he &candidate for .Becorder. enbjett t 1370.11
action of the approaching 4epubiloan Going.) ,
Convention. , , m 11:114-41$1'
Allegheny City. lite private Fi ft h "'Excelsior
Regiment. Lost a leg In the Beonnd Bull Run
Trio& TA L BUNTER; .
pATE NINTH REPT PA. B.
lay -FOR ; RECORDER.
Will be a candidate for Recorder. enb)ect to the
detisLin of the Republican i.. °anti LonvenUon.
Witl be icandidate 'Mt nomination to the odicilf,
of iss.coedieetorlillegLeny county:- subJect to the
decision of tile approwEig X.PuteaAlostgir
CLEitle- OF COURTS.
IarFOR I CLERK ORPHAN!
708 N M. LaRIMER,
.Of Chanters townshl p,will be ',candidate for the
C'erk of Orphans , Court, subject to the decision
of the Union litepubllcin County Conte ttion.
my 27 1
10'"FOR CLEith. OF, CO URTS.,
36121 N G. DROWN,
Minyale borough, late private Co. 11, 102 d
Rea't Penna.; Vols.. subject to the decision of
the Union itePublican County'Conveni ion. ap:B.
lar'TO Titre'. CITIZENS OF AL.
LEGHENY COUNTY; r -spectrally
annonece myself as a canuidate for the office of
CLERK OF COURTS, subject to the decision of
the Union Republican County Convention. I
would state that I ask the office but for ONE
TERM. at the termination - of which I would
cheerfully retire, believing that there allsers
equally entitled to the honor and eniolu is of
the office. and as competent as myself I 11 be
under obligations to the citizens of the County for their support. Very resoectfullV.
JO , EPH BROWNE,
Late 102 d (old 131 h,) and sth Fa. Vol. itegt.
CO ll4l Ti TREASURER.
igrFOII, COUNTY TREASNIt
J. P. DENNISTON,
(Late Brevet Msjor d. Vols.. )will be a condi
cote for •enotnlnatlon. subject to the decision of
the IfepubliranrCoutty Convention.
ana 1.3-thlair "
WFOR COUNTY TREASUR-
. lie - a candidate for
. subject to the decision of the
nty Convention. •
Of ,Elizabeth to,
the above office.
REOISTER OF . WILLS.
11;ir FOR REGISTER OF WILLS
IJOsN KEIL, JR.,
SUBJECT, TO THE DECISION OF THE BD
PUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION..
arFOR REGISTER OF WILLS
JOSEPH IL GRAY,
Subject to the eclsion of the Republican Count's .,
Convention:- 1 apto:l2
111 Lil. PAPIER,
WINDOW SHADES ,
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of „the newest designs from the FINEST STA4C
ED GOLD the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. AU of width we offer it prices that
will pay bUYers to examine.
JOS. IL HUGHES & BRO. •
MALL PAPER. -
TEE op PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
W P: MARSHALL'S
NEW ; WALL Ann STORE,
[ l9l Liberty Street,
t (NEAR MAREET,)
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. inb6
1 assortment of all styles and sizes of
Youths and Children's Suits,
g and Summer wear.
147 SIXTH STREET. (late St. Clalr
SON & MUHLANBRING
Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street.
'runs to W. IL Dic.GBE s CO.,
Have Jut received their carefully selected stock
id, Spring and Summer foods. and' Will be glad
hell ' t i l . S r se L l eli h alT, ' „,.. r.,° .,?l , Tl 1 iirli: alp m eig:
uded, y .nr n . (LA. MuIIIANBIIINO. ' •
take leasure in recommending the above firm
o the It rat support of the pub C.
I rohlt,iBl W. It. McGEE.
s itste Cutter with W. Tiespeuheldej
No. 3 Sikattd!leld Street,Pittsburgh
11001 T4 ----W
--7- L A splendid new stook of -
- CL 0 TES, CASSIMERES, &C.,
i_ Jusi reaelyed by ILEINKY 111NYE214
Ifenbant TaElor. 13114eiltheeld 'street.
DYER AND SCOUR.ER,
Ra J. LANCE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
!Co. a tErr. CI Al 6TRcI7£T
185 and 1.117 Third Street.
rtCBS ar. MOSER, -
nil= HOWL ASSOCIATION . BUILDINees
(As* gtltCeto YttsabUdlic Pa.
eix 4 dal atteastion:stven .to, the deidgnhig and
butidtas qlnlrg.T govair.s Wad: PUBLIC
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WELDON & KELLY, -.-
Yanußctnreri and Wholesale Dealers 7n i
AND LAMP GOODS..
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OM%
No. 147 Wood Street,
se 9 :h= Betweeri . sth and 6th Avetned.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
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We are now prepared to simply Tinners 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 stampedopoa . •
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing Us
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
seeing od housekeeper will i use any other after onc e
WATER PIPES, (
HENRY H. COLLINS,
anl4:ld7 2d Avenue,near Smithfield Silt
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NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, Muslims, Dress Goods,
FULL LINE OF
SILK • SAC'QUES,
Si. MARKET STREET. ST.
riARB, McCANDLEkS fs,
Ls (Late Wilson, Carr C 0.,)
WHOLESALE DEAL, , :ItS iN
Foteign and Domestic Thy Gina,
No. 94 WOOD STREET,
TULtd door above Diamond
. • Pirrt:BUIMB.
GLASS. CHI.N.is., CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
FINE VASES, I
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA.
NEW STYLES, .
I SM"n4.6 B 1 1 ;117 e stock of
SILVER PLATED NODS
of all descriptions.
Call and examine oar roods, and 'we
feel aattalled no one need fail to be milted.
R. E. BREED ' & - co.
100 WOOD TIIEET.
DR. wurrriza ,
CONTINUES TO TREAT - ALL.
private diseases. Syphilis in all . Its nines,
Gonorrhea, Glees, atilt tare. Orchitis, and ail
urinary diseases and the effects of mercury are
completely eradicated: S permatorrhes or teem!.
nal Weakneas And Impotency ,. resulting from
self-abuse'or other caipei, and which produces
some of the following effects, as blotches, bodily
weakness, indigestion, consumption., aversion to
larciety unmanliness, dread of, future! events,
loss of memory. Indolence, nocturnal. emlssione.
,and nosily an prostrating the sexual system as to
render ManiaiiB unsatislaCtory. and !therefore'
imprudent, are permanently cured. Parsons af
flicted with . these any delicate, intricate
or, long standing constitutional 'complaint should
give Me Doctor , strial; he neyer fails., ._,
A panienhir'Attention OCR nto ail Faunae Cosa.. r -
plaints. Lenoorrhea or Whites, Yulling, , lnpa.m.
matlon or Ulceration of the Womb. Ovinitis,,
prurltis, Amenorrhoea. , Menerriusglat , DlPriell..
norrhoea, and eternity or Barrenness, Are treat- '
ed with the greatest success.: ,' i ... • ~.
It Is selforvidentthat a ppysieffin *Ms confines
himself exellusively to the study of a certain Clasen
of diseases and treats, thousands, of eases every .
year must acquire greater skill in that specialty ,
tban'one In mineral practice: _ , • . •
-The Doctor publishes ,a. medical , pamphlet .or
Ilfty pagesthat gives a lull exposition of verieMl •
and private diseases, Gat can he had free steppe,
or by mail- for Lao stamps, in sealed envelopes.'
Every sentence contains man notion to the af-i ,
dieted, and enabiing them. p,. determine the RTe...
else nature. of their Complaints.
The est ahlishatenti comprising ten ` ample ,
monis, is central. • When it is not convenient, to
visit. t he city. the . Dover? a opinion can he ob
talnel by giving a Written 'statement of the case,
and ,gtediellies can be: orwarded. by mall or 'ex.!
proles. In some instauees. however. a personal
examination: Is absolutely neeetaary. while In
others daily perstmel attention is reqt bed, and'
for the Accommodation. f ads t atlentathere are
apartments connected with the (ace that see pro.
'sided with every requisite that ifs_caleni,d ;es!
promote recovery, including , niketiOutedn - r appal •
baths. All prescriptions are nrePered lit i
tioncons own laboratory. ruder hi. sons! ste ,
perrision. 'Medical pamphiets'at'oPee 'free sie, •
or mall for two stamps . „ire anatter.whO h a ve ,
1 tau _ read what be says. • war. GA.M. teiS r '
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