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THE report of theinoney order depart
ment of the: Cincinnati Post.oflice, for last
month, shows $16,128.01 of orders issued,
and $75,721.89 of orders paid.
Tun grand total of personal property
in Hamilton county, Ohio, as - returned by
the Township . Assessors to the County
Auditor, for the present year, 1 61155,743,-
424, . . ,
CROP reports say that in New England
and Northern New York the prospects
for grass, grain and other fruits have not
been better for many years. Planting is
over, and corn is - "In the ground earlier
than usual. Orchards give abundant
evidence of a large yield.
FnAluci..lx and Marshall' leads off ; we
believe, among the State ,
,Colleges m. Its ,
commencement, that aniversary falling ,
on the first day of July .' -one.day later
than the same occasion! at Princeton,
Layayette holds on until the 27th of the
samemorith, and Gettysbtirg is still later.
Warm PmE,*the famous silver mining
district in Nevada, received its name from
the vast quantities of. Arbite..pine timber
covering the mountains in that neighbor
hood." A local' paper ; notices boards
twenty-two-feet in length arid twenty.one
inches wide, cut from ,the white pine
trees. One log yielded' seven hundred
rand sixty-six feet of lumber.-
1 IN consequence of the potters' strike
at Trenton, N. J., not less , than five hun
dred - perions have been idle for about
eleven weeks, during which time they
might have earned over
.$70,000. - The
employing potters have been, unable to
manufacture ware or take 'orders, and the
trade is almost at a standstill, greatly to
the loss of employers and employed, and
greatly to the detriment of allthe business
interests of the city. --- ~
THE following change of Postmasters
in Pennsylvania has , just , been made:
_Huntingdon county, An
drew Wilson vice J. B. Myton, resigned.
The following new Poston:ices have been
established: Mcirrell, Huntingdon county,
3- A. Hagerty appointed Postmaster.
Holbrook, Greene county, James Wood
appointed Postmaster: Big Tree, Greene
county, J. S. Moore appointed Post.
Ix A book by Dr. Harley, just publish
ed in Londonohere,is some curious in
formation in regard to hemlock. He has
found that preparations from the dried'
plant or fruit are quite Inert, but that the
fresh pleat and preparations from the un
ripe fruit are potent poisons; and he con
siders hemlock valuable as a remedial
agent in a variety of nervous diseases.
He is of opinion that it was the spotted
hemlock with which Socrates and Phoclon
were killed. • . -
SOMNAMBULISM.—A ore for this dan
gerous disease, it is reported, has been
discovered by Prof. Pellozzari, of Flor
ence. The plan consists in winding once
or twice round the leg of the patient, the
end of a !deader flexible copper wire,
long enough to reach to the floor. The
theory is that the ccipper wire dissipates
the electricity in the human body.
Eighteen somnambulists, treated in this
way, it is asserted, have either been en
tirely cured or greatly relieved. •
-RocifEsyfut women have successfully
combined to restrain prostitution by wo
men and licentiousness by men in that
city. After appealing to brothel-keepers
to report the names of their patrons, and
receiving the appalling reply that appli
cants would, if -the request was assented
to, have to hetethe tames of their `hus
bands, brothers and even their fathers,
the female reformers retired and estab
lished a system of .- spionage over the
houses of ill:fame. This had the desired
effect, and reformation,was• the result.:
THE Columbus Jurnaf of the Bth
says that three- fourths the corn in that
}partT of thelitata_wasiplauted before-the
rain. • !FulVieriehalf of this ' Was des-'1
troyed, and 'will
. leaveto be replanted. I
Corn, however, it•is thought, will ri*ture
in good time, planted fate, as one half of
the crop_ will be.. T: o natoes in bottom
tields•were entirely i s poiled, while those
on the uplands were injured.bnt, little. -It
is thought that the rains of last week les , 1
sened the potatocr p. of ;this, county
fully one-half. All ids of fruit are
very forward. ' There was a - slight frost
June 7th, but no inj 'is reported os
having resulted from it. i
AT Astiey's Amphitil
in -the pis* of "The B• ttle orWaterloo,"
Napoleon, with his . : IT, rides - npon:the
stage on horseback; • - few days ago` an .
aid-de:camp's ••liiirse b came restive and
unmanageable.. , . It, p • need 'about . the
stage, then back'ed o . to the footlighti;
which it smashed, • an. finally fell baeki.
ward' into the orche.traa throiing its.
rider. The musicians , tried„ to : escso;
:from the dangerous pro ~ itY - of their nu..
welcome visitant; but o.'e had hispollar n
bone brokamo Violins, • lolonCeilos, flutes
andtageolets were' bro: en to status, arid'.
the music was torn and • attered in
direction. The horse w: • extrioarid after'
a delay of about, twenty ~ mites.
. . •
A Nzw le asYOluC.te 4110'...0bj . ago
Journal says, "The Pos mistress of sick.
„Morui s iwaddition to:14 . g a F'aderai - spy
*Mtn the Confederate Ines, oontanted -I
very much to the co , . ort of 'sick and - I
wounded Federal soltile 1 who::b11). into
Rebel hands. She horrOwed thi, money
frstina a friendzto- defraypH' expekeet Au ..,
going to Washingtontrd pressing - her
claims for the Itihambud Postoftleci.rOgg,
eral Grant was knowing it to her valuable' ,
services in the Union cause. on:dame
Washington she wentry,p, ; the
President. - 11i'inaniedi rely ; arigniescigl•
in her request, and accorripanying her to
pPostmaster General:Oresweirs- 0000 e, In.
:troduced her, "andiwkeillhat her appoint.
iieig be made,otit at ontie:f-Xhisposlafort,
is worth'l.l,sootier main*. This is tlie
only . appointment , which, , the President
has, in person asked Bir.Oreswell.to
his departaient." - ' , J:: 1.5 ...; ;!1*. -;•4
' ELECTION Bars....On•October ; 7, 1 1868,
W: C. Shirley, Esq.‘ Made four different
bets with ' Thomas - Snell,
county, on the result, of thn'Proddential
electiow ..,,The beta amounted , ,to 41,4)1.
. • „ , Notea wore given for the "!amouni p and
CiisnEss Slinr ri misr; . alittla boy wag
they, were made 'payable some. timsr after;
drowned 'in Fall Creek, near • Indian •
the elettion.-'llir. Snellfwmi all thelteht, ,
: spoils, last, V.l , l RdskYi'au4l4l),to t 3 atuPi a r.
and aold the notes before .ther'becatat
night the . ; .ycoild not be" fotnut On ' anti
Shirley refilled le ofiy th'eff, ,
that -, lllglto I; Xr_. , Beskr who had mimed=
and the ,parties bolding them. hrptightsukt
in the search, dreamed that he saw the In the ThhilithliidiClai Cfretilt Vonitli? l , ,,
body - tulder'tha l Water,' it , EV 'Ott name In
the amount. i i 0 Vateiwaii.triaa ~ ... .e w nit , .. „, .., i . , ,1
.... , 3.3l. . tavre
distance below wheys t, Atm .lad,,lwas,
by the cocut.:: The defendant set r , _ ufsthat .swzNir.sgmgATT,' , t- - , , i.: ;I , -.-
drowned. He awoke and after a - While
the notes wereffroldt'ion. ..the .ground na ' - , , ~,
fell asleep again, when the same dream
was rep d. , _ This impressed him S 9 public policy, arid - relied on the statutea, ''• • .oUtOtlyntOWAAP.Minco
against gliDilbg Wills case. Judge EP 'ORNAMENTALc. CARVERS
stro t ngU... l l l oit;it ditYlight.heZ.Piairid'lQ,.
_ _,__ ~ - - , osrards held . -,that , the:Plea ' waltaot god I 10. ft Ihtaduilw ilti. , Aileghtnygrzi: pi
the spot indicated, when to his astonish -
~,,oNowonYn's famous winehouse, ii) againit'tlyehblder of nates,. be befog NA; - assort dset ii roars and
.mient, he saw the dim ' ontllnea, of ,the long an 'attraction to th_e visitors -of m inticicetitlltird•paitir,iin, 0. - gatriltid ,f- .tiaLl ia .ENlA l inikr-.0,. a 4131.ta L USAINO.-
nagnms - i'
body, floating beneata.. th eiririfieslif th e • . Clacithilliaillindliiiiget(Dkan in stita. mem,' for the; plaudit,. I& Motionia a - or sag I , lao , eniF' - '-' ' :
water, ,rising and sinking at intervals , tien after july 1. It will thereafter be new appeal ,elf entered; tlitil-POPA, Alb`EAßlNlVlLlL4tiettlikattigliOle
jastigttiqupkin Pir Oryzu3., ,
_, f iled as t a bitark I j,.. ,. 064 Id. t
.. ,ftid t o , thi rty. d ie. „,, ; 9 pr , 4 I flUt bY , itt.P. ,It.-.P.) I , 'al at. C4NFL"D•
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SPRIIVG AND SUMMER;
Spring Is growing up:
• is not It a pity?
She was such a little thing,
And so very pretty:
summer Is extremely_ Mild,,
We must pay her auty. •
ut iris to it tie Sprint . •• -
That she.oWes her ; beau.y
Alitbe bads are blown,
"Trees are dark and shady
(Ytt was eprtngwno dress'd them, though,
hatch a little ladYl)
And the birds sing lows and sweet
'pheir enchanting hist' ries.
(II was Sin lug who ta'ughrtheto, thcogh,
Sack a singing mistress:) ,
rrcouvthe rlowin g sky
Summer alines above u ,
bring was such a little dear,
But will Summer love uo?
mu. Is very beautiful,
With her grown up blister.
Summer we mto.t bow before:
Ewing we co/vd with tosses
Spring is growing IV.
LAaving XI • so lonely,
In the place of little epring,
• We have Sulam, r only!
Summer, with her lofty sire,
And her state' y Nees.
In ihe place of little Spring
Witt her childish gra.es!
itizanvntsproposes to erect a monu
ment to General Mead, the founder ,of
OR Friday a lumber yard in Altoona
was set on fare in two or three places. By
hard work the fire was confined to the
piles in which it was started, and the loss
amounted to about $1,500.
Ow Tuesday morning, in Brownsville,
the house owned by Mr. Ayres Lynch
and occupied by Mr. Altred Swearer,
was, with an adjoiningstable, completely
ilestroyed by .fire. There was some little
insurance on the buildings.
TEE'prospect for peaches hereabouts is
-Said to be very encouraging. Reports from
other localities are also favorable, and
the probability is that this year will show
the largest peach crop that has been pro
•dnced for years:—Lebanon Courser.
Tan Warren Mail says: .4 The heavy
shoWers of last week made a nice little
flood in the river. On Sunday afternoon
the rafts from Salamanca.- Corydon. and
Ifinzua began to come thick and fast,
and Warren Eddy.was full on Monday
morning. The creek was not yerz_higo,
PROM every appearance thee - r.
large crop of bay this year. The time
for mowing; is not .far off. , The • grass
fields never looked better than at present.
A few , weeks of warm sun, with an occa
sional shoWer, will ripen the clover and
brine the hay crop to its full maturity.—
g THE heal% rain and wind storms of the
past•week have been very hard on the
wheat in Chester county and vicinity...
number of farmers inform-us that their
wheat is so much down and broken that
it will hardly be able to Tighten. It will
no doubt be considerably damaged and
make very laborious harvestiag.Vt2/age
Tan boiler of the engine used at the
paper mills of Messrs.- Mullen, at Mount
Hollyflprines, Ctimbetland county, ex
ploded on Friday laat with terrific force.
Twoof the workmen who were standing
in front of the boiler When the explosion
took place were very much burned and
scalded, and it is feared will, not recover.
The'damage to machine and buildings
amounts to about $lO,OOO. , ,
Mn. Sotionon Roman, who .resides
near ,Wellsville, Warrington tOWnship,
York county, was serionsly.injitred by a
mule on Saturday last. He was working .
several of the animals; and' one of the,
number, not being properly broken )
became ....unmanageable,— threw.--Mr,„
Bushey upon the ground and tramped
upon hie head, breaking his skull to such
a degree_as to expose the brain.
Tsu Clearfield Journal says: A cor
respondent informs us that, on the night
of May 2fith, the foundry, turning shop,
wagon shop, warehouse and iron shop,'
together with the tools, patterns,-lind a
large stock of castings and unfinished
work,: belonging to W. Murphy es Co : , of
Erltrnvn, two miles west of, Pine Grove
Mills, was entirely destroyed .by fire.
Loss about $B,OOO. No insurance,
. . .
Tinr;Chester county award says: duo.
Wood,;end Maria Sylvester, both wit. .
nestles at the late Court,• quarreled on the
road 'to their homes in, ILirple, when
Wopd fired six loads of a. revolver at , the
woman; she escaped by entering her own
dwelling. None of theehote took effect.
He was cononitted' on MOnday last by
'Squire Atkinson, under $1,500 bail. - He
le deo under the Charge. 'of • threatening
the life of. Mr. Syliester. . -
A vsamfur, accident occurred in the
mill of Mr. Jacob Gabel, Gilbertsville,
Montgomery countyon the-281hnit. - A
littlibtaughter of Mr- Gabel, aged about
twelve years, in the of her father,
went into. he mill, and" was accidentally
caught by her clothing in an upright shaft.
Befine thrimill - cdtird'be stopped she was
carried around with finirful velocity ' her
arms . and' sustaining eight or nine,
fracturee. besides otherwise bruishig the
child. Her recovery is considered very
Font. ere proverbial for, their cunning,
but ere not alwaYeable avert the just
rewards of their misdeeds- A forcible
illustration of this arcane; some weeks
since in the southern part of Lancaster
county, __Mr.-Cooper Stubbs had BOMB
chicliens4hat; were roosting on a'small
tree in his garden, which was enclosed
by a paling fence. During the m id n i ght
sluinbers of these birds, Reynard came
to temnre l fOt 4111111861 t. a stock it:Proity
visions, attempted to leap the fence for
the PurPose .taking . It-the,9l from the
perch. But the laid' schemes 'o f
foxes and men sometimes fall, and in dile
case it proved /W.-,. For some reason or
other Reynard did not 'clear the fence,
but ddling back, his neek was caught be
tween two palings, where he was found in ,
the morning stiff and cold.---Laneaster
- • •
lii Bellefontaine, Logan county, a
yollpg.nian named Haitley broke hie leg
ftdly the other day, while riding on a
velocipede. • .
BY the abandonment of the 0.. t P.
Canal, and the draining of Lake Brady,
north of Ravenna; forty or fifty acres of
good land Is, by reversion added to sever
On Sunday afternoon, at about three
o'clock, just as the rain was coming on,
Richard Hesslegesser was standing in his
barn, near Tremont, telling his brother-
In-law_ what the physician had said about
hits having heart disease, and that he was
liable to die at any moment. Refinished
by saying that he believed heart disease
would be his death, and he at , once fell
dead upon the spot where he was talking. .
Turn Ashland Times says: A little girl
living in Troy township, this county,
whose name we did not - learn, was fatally
injured while out. in the hail storm of
Wednesday afternoon, the 26th ult. We
suppose she was where there was no shel
ter, or becoming so frightened, lost con
trol of her mind, which caused the above
fatal result. An old man who haPpened
to be , out in it had his hands and knuckles
badly skinned 'in trying to protect his
head. It is seldom that we are visited
with such violent hail storms.
THE BUCTIPJB Journal says: On Sat
urday afternoon, Jacob Barbughy, while
attending the planer at Stoll's Sash *fac
tory, reached over the cylinder while in
full motion, to pour oil into a lubricating
box on the further side of the machine.
His shirt which was of heavy woolen
material; hanging loosely, was caught by
the plane bits and instantly, before the
brain could act, his hand and wrist were
drawn into the front of the machine and
literally cat to pieces by the cylinders,
only three quarters of an inch apart, and
armed with two planers and whirling at
the rate of over four thousand revolutions
to the minute, or about seventy to the
The shouts and screams of the poor
fellow were heart rending. The engine
vas quickly stopped, but the planer had
to be ungeared and taken apart before
'the poor victim could be extracted.
This took time, and with hand and wrist
literally torn to shreds, he was compell
ed to endure the torture of standing' held
in the instrument until the bolts holding
the cylinders together could be, unscrewed.
The Pacific Rallway—lts Early Friends.
The:following communication appeared
in the Philadelphia Ledger, of the 24th of
May, and is unchallenged history. We
recollect well the assiduity, energy, and
eloquence with which Hon. James H.
Campbell, Chairman of the Select Com
mittee on the Pacific Railroad, in 1861
urged and advocated that impo - tant
measure. The tribute of the Ledger is
simple justice to a worthy , son. of Penn
sylvania: !- , - • L 1.,.. .
Now that the Pacific Railroad is made,
and promises to have an unexampled in-
fluence on the counts" of trade and on the
prosperity of the United States, it is just
that due credit should be siren to the ef
fective laborers in the project.. By refer
ence to the journal of the United States
House of Representatives, Thirty-seventh
Congress, second session, commencing
the2d of December,lB6l, it will'appear
that Hon. James H . Campbell, of Penn.
Sylvania, was the Chairman of the Select
• Committee on the Pacific . Railroad.
As chairman of that committee Mr.
Campbell reported the bill entitled %Qin
act to aid in the construction of a railroad
and telegraph line from the Missouri river
to the Pacific Oceaii." The bill was not
received with favor at first, and an exci
ting debate took place... Mr.. Campbell's
'duty, as 'chairman 'of the committee re
porting the bill, was to explain and de
fend its provisions. '
He discharged that dray in an able and
eloquent speech to the House. The merit
of. his speech was appreciated - by the
House, and thePacificßailioad bill pamed
and Was sent to the Senate: In the Sen.
'ate, a number of amendments , were en
engrafted on the bill, and it was returned
to the House at so late a period in the
session that the Mimes of the bill were
confident of defeating it, because there
was no time for the separate consideration
Of each amendment;--and the friends of
this great measure had given up almost
all hope of success. , But Mr. Campbell,
on examining the amendments carefully,
saw that the main feature of the bill,, and
indeed, all its valuable Practical provis
ions, remained intact, and he believed
that the objectionable amendments could
be altered by_ subsequent legislation.
Under these circumstances: he- made his
views known to the friends of the Incas
ure, and moved to .consider: the aniend•
meats en triasse,... demanded the preifous
question, and brought the House to a vote
directly on the bill. Here again he ex
plained thearnOrtanciti4if;Alui - .larainire,
- and the propriety of concurring in all _the
.amendments and passing the bill at once.
It passed by a large msjdrity, and was
Signed by President Linceln the follow
ing day. .
t The. Press of July 15th; 1862,Wited by
Hon. John W.- Forney,-then litictisidng
ton as Secretary Pof the Senate, and, of
course familiar with the Congressional
proceeCtings, e.ontains the following state
"It was a son ' of Pennsylvania, James
- H. Campbell, of Se.hirylkillicounty, chair;
man of the Special House Committee,
who reported the bill for the construction
of the Union Pacific Railroad, and teltii
careful and enlightened 'management the
country is indebted alike for the bill it
self, and for its triumph it assag,e."
ThcHon. A,arctfrA. tilifir , Of Cali
fornivetaktrinemliSr of e sol4* COW
mate° on' the Pacific Railroad, and dis
tinguished himself for his energy and
ithilityinifiVbeating the billi : 110 man is
more familiar with the efforts of Mr.
CaalDbeliwfavoi. of the bill,--Welare.
, seen iiletterfrom the vice pfeilidithicittink
ral Pacific R, - in wich it is I
iitatelthat "at theallroad suggestion of the Hon.
A. Bergent, a complimentary pass for
Hon. James H. Campbell and family,"
Thu lxttm sent - to - MrJ -Cawbell, "as a
slight acknowledginent of• - his eminent
services In behalf of this great national
. . . ..
This seems to be eVifidriM - of iliiitiglil
es ter t , c o li f aracte the honor due to t th h :P il e re nray4ra u r hi ;
chairmatfortbellacitlerF.allroad Maim' It,
,yee.-, ,The.-Bon.: James Ilv. Campbell has i
been United States minister at Swedm.
during Mr. Lincoln's administration arid
lelnow_e, resident of this city. ,
to 4 = '
PI 'l', GAZETTE: : - FII,IDAY., JUNE 11, 1888.
"*s, ,• •
- ct2is'MB J§
814 /"Fr, &
Itadul and Wholeule Dealers to
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OLLS,
313ENZ.EN - E, act.
No. 3.47 Wood Street.
, se9:;i22 Between sth and 6th Avenues:
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
sLF I LA - RELIN% . ,
• We are now prepared to supply Thu:kers and
Potters.. -It -is° perfect, simple. attd as cheap as
the plitin`.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, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing In
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
A Isrge assortment,
ap14:1127 Ad Avenne,hear Smithfield St
New and Handsome Designs,
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR Ifirirli AVENUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest designs /10D1 the FINEST ISTAMI".•
ED GOLD to the CRE F:
Pi3T ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of w eh we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS R. HUGHES & BRO
THE OLD PIPES FIORE lAA NEW PLACE
PAHARSIULL , S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
BPIOO GOODSAABEIVING - DAILy. mII6
SCHMIDT & FRID • Y,
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, &C.,
WROLENALE DEALERS IS
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
409 PENN STREET,
NOS,. 354 AND 386 PENN,
Cor. Eleventh St., (torrnerly Canal.)
JOSEPH. S. FINCH Sr. Co.,
Nos. H 0.137,139, 191. 193 and 195,1
aisidnuortulana: or , t
, 'C'eplier Distilled Pare Rye . Whiskey.
''Also, defilers FOILEIGN W 1.24,8 and L1.Q.U0114..
.Q.U0114.. HOPS. mhseoifis
GLASS. CHINK .= CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
NEW itoops. : -.
BOHEMIAN ':' , 111011111r,'XHIBLIIii.
- - tIE lstelreroeirer '
13110 1 ilit ,`; PLATED GOODS
z..zt olallae.crlcswna . Lzl .... .
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Cell and exeletthe onsobarl, 4ea 'rot
11. E.: 1 3 .1031Z1V-ite, l 9o.
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4-144.40144., TD Se 6~.ssra~g ssas~a Bonito
-ormtfacK , FAIIIIILY,, FLOUR:
, Ithrkinaar ;whew eipe
nrassLmai asic t s . Low..
unala i wrokno
Alai= OQaN NUM,. CORN IIZA.L.
EDI 6 Illav
; trallegilezT. Ml* ?' I Wlb. }!2/1U.."114.
HENRY H. COLLINS,
NOW OPENING AT
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• 4' 4A 4:-O.WMM3)g*He.,,f&AAk 2. e-gO.
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Lineniind Palm Leaf
New Japanese '
SILK PARASOLS, all the New S
A Beanliful Line
SUMNER BOULEVARD SKI
At Reduced Prlcee.
.2.lreiv Puffed Collars and C
In Paper and Linen
. CORSETS, a Complete Stock.
GENTS' SUMMER._ UNDERW AR
In Merino, Gauze and Cotton.
AND ITRIPED MUSLIN SHIRT
Our Stock of
MACRUM. GLYDE &
et, • 78 & 80 Market Street.'
TO TILE TRADE.
LEN'S AND BITS' STRAW
Purchased Under Regular Prices,
TO BE SOLD AT'A
OSEPH HORNE & CO
NEM SPRING GOODS
No. 27 . Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Itmbroldertes and Laces.
Blbacnis and Flowers.
Fiats ithißminets. - •
Ulate fitting and French Corsets. •
Beer, Styles tiragfer Skirts. • • . •
parasol.—a'rthe new styles. -
Fun and Rain Umbrellas.
Boslery—the best English makes..
Agents for "Harris" Seamless _Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear, . -
Sole Agents for the Bemts Patent Shape Col.
lars, "Lockwood's • "Iriing," "West End,"
"Ellie." to; "Bioko'," "Derby," And other
1. Dealers sppplled 10111 , 211 e siboye at
MACBUM & CARLISLE
• Northwest, corner of West Ceinunoli- Allegheny
151FLEDIE AT VATAILL
Hate oa hana. oiiiii)are on illorateiloe Tim&
and; Step Stoner, nage for Sidewalks, Brewer.
,Tatilta, &ye. Bil . ant Toln . p Utooes. ay.; • .
nrinan IMlTarxtsba, ramannsalc
DR; INlnirernat '
014T1N113141 TO , TIMAT i ALL
• private dtseases. Byahilts in &Wits forma, all
sU L ary diseases, and tee effects of mercury are
cent::: eradicated_ I Spermayarrlma or ' hem&
naii eaknesi and IMPorannY,..reanitisur....truhi
WO. or other causes ,. and which•prodrums
acme of the foltowtwelfeem„, as blotches. bodily:
weauneinViMiltettMll. - 0011tampliolicillWersiert to'
society, unmanliness , dread of Muni events,
loss of memory. indolence, nocturnal emission.,
Lud. fluallytito preltrlMPN laelm4nal VIVTAiII Se
render mamma - uttituslaotory,' and therefore
imprudent, are permsaently cured. Persons at.
' Aimed with these or any other delicat Intricate
• or, long atandlitirelinalitutlemal torebWht•lloold ,
give the Danny allriattAle lieVirendlit." , , • - -. '
A.•particular attention_tiven to all Female corn
idaints, Lencorrhea or W bites z „ Iralllng• L lnfiatts•
mason; ur i 17loandka:orilea- Web% Anrelilla.
pritttll, nb2ernorrnaear.' lieriOrrWaMM T/pment
xionhnea„ and bterillty or Barrenness, ate treat
nal with the greatsetl ll ooecilqlf • - 1
:,a - ,
• "it is self-evidettlhat Wymysialwwato ' sienna
dlnseittlY.OlUstillY.to the s tUdY of I Certain elms'
f diseases a= Vino; tuonaandrol men "Tarr
year mils , beeentrogreater skill in tnatirPecialil
than one In general pactice. ,
. The Doctor. , pUll o cilicia' P. pair - Wet ,- of
fifty pagestpAgboilA exmastliwkof TOltereo4
and private amain% nal toe inadsrroa goatee
or by malt fbr iivaitittrips, la sealed =mopes. '
Every arntereee , eoatairta lnattao on .In - the,at•
ffa. and Onabrilrobeen to doomntnella? 'pre..
ss e r attar. of their-cowing - ft ,
The earablishant:npriallar Sea . 1134 / 1 1 1 2,
roontseentisl. nen it is liotwolltrootens tar
es t,,, ... 'a °pint= can beo
Trine by in t urten, statement oleo ease ,
and mem ea, - lomat (lea - , by malt or AZ
,and ea ID •Iml ,bistainees. howellet..aspal
examin Oh Cab oluqt n‘bee , ela
otos , at lion ? 'WI
Mr th • • Mien r inch ern Ili
I c e
loaner netted with Ine cc are
Ylded Nrtt teary requlalto tba - 30'.
Ctmote 'recovery,. Taw, In . , •
ld; • Ail • pram:AVM 4. Ire l a k es.'Preißb -v
Dootora'rralabototo i tindel. his ri',;
rn"on.. „Modica' pamphlets at o -v or
mil for two , stamps.: No Matter who_flia ve
tailoi, now/tar he rays.: Henri 94. X. LOWY 711E,'
SOlidayil • ilf It. to SIP. W. uSeetlio. 9WV 1 1
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taTitiCuT. (near 'Court fintwe. - ,A '.rittaiturell. •
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?EMT HOUSE ASSOCILTIO.N 11131LDLN115„
Nos. IS had 414. elate ticroet. . rittablif,gt.ta.Rik;
Special. atteatlcra riven to the dehiscing awl: ,
intl.lll:Le of - CaraT HOTINVI 111 d puma'
2,000,005 E- OF
-4 1 CDS FOR RALE.
_ 171 . ,
Jpion racific IhMrosideoinikuy,
tirthi along the Ilse of their rose. a
0100 X 011400444.0146.1
And on • OBKDIT OP FIVE IMARL. •
JOHN P. DEVOignix s -
PRIMI TA RE - 11 .*S!
C. E. 'ROBINSON,
fxi l tt • s
Ferry Road 'slid- 83d Streets
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NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
Prints, Muslims, Dress Goods,
FULL LIVE OF
ST. MARKET STREET. ST.
CIALEt- mccavniiss & CO.,
(Late Wilson. Carr Jr. C 0..)
• WHOLIINALE DMA:LIMB. . •
Foreigin and Domes tic Goode,
. .. .
No: 94 WOOD BTNENT.
Third doorisbove Diamond Alley. •
. • PITTSBUNNEL Py
The partneiship betwee4 - the. subscribers as
Boller Makers. &c., undsr the .niase of IWki.
BABNHIL.T.st CO, was dissolved- by agreement
On May Stis, 11189. The tooks and debts bving
to the late firm will be settled and collected .coily
by Mr: OE9. N. AR STRONG, at the office of
the late firm, No. $l6 Penn street. who is there
unto duly authorlzed.and claims agabist the Arm
will be presented t 4 hlm. - • _
• LEVI B KENNEM tar.
PITTSBURGH, June 3, 1860. , je4 k. 27
OPTICS WEST POINT ROUNDRIN
July Jo, init. - .1
- . . • " .-_-_-• • -
.The Aria' of RDWARDS; M ETH A qo., las
thbrdey beetratesblt'ed by ta.Lual consent. Tbe
baslneso VlUbereitfter be eimancitsl un4i the
, style ot SMITE & WARRICK.
- . •
Haying disposed of my Interest tn , the; Wert
Point Foundry to Messrs. Smith 0,
take great pleasure In recommendini the new
firm to.the confidence and patronage of the busi
1e2:k.11 RICHARD RDWARDB.
DYER AND:SPOt_rI94: "•,1
H . J. LAP E,
DYER AND SCOURER.
• :;; ;'; ?1., .';:: :;;:-.... '-' --', •"' ''...• - -
ind H 'Fiiit%iBs . land la 7 iidird 'fitted,
841 & MOSER,