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i ; Swing on. old Pendulum of the world.
Forever and forever.
Keeping the time of liana and stars, 1
The march that endeth never.
Your monotone speak. boy and grief,
And failure and endeavor,
Swing on, old pendulum. to and fro.
Forever and forever.
I ong as you swing shall earth be glad,
And men be partly good and bad,
And e Pen hour that PRAM by
. Dieouti.nd bouts beho li v e , d dle from the earth, to we trust,
1J nshadiled, mudded with dust:
Lung as 3 " awing shall wrong come right,
,As sure as morning f glows ni ht.
-1 he day goes wrong—the ages ne. er;
boring un, old pi ndulum, sw ng forever!
TEE 'lngle season has begun in Eas
ton, and those fish are selling very cheap.
A NEIV legal journal called the Lan
&Ester Bar has been started in Lancaster
. -In the 107th year of her age, died, last
-week, Mire. Myers, a colored woman of
A rum furnace, belonging to koffatt
Brothers, went into blast last week near
Wzrriasrwriza College, at New Wil
mington, Lawrence county, will hold its
commencement June 24th.
ON the 21st inst., the citizens of . Lewis
burg are to celebrate the formal opening
of the railroad tolthat place.
SnAiton objects to having her dogs
poisoned, and offers $3OO reward for the
arrest.of persons ' engaged in that work.
IRON mut has been found on the farm
of Henry Lapp, in New Britain, Bucks
county, and the mines are being quite suc
cessfully operatediat present.
ON Sunday last the rite of confirmation
was administered, in the Catholic church
in Chester, to three hundred and thirteen
persons, thirteen of whom were converts
froth other denominations.
Tan Stroudsburg Jeffersonian urges the
clergy and people of that place to unite in
a -grand union meeting on the coming
Fourthlof July, to pray and praise and
preach all together in the woods.
A DIBASTEEOUS fire occurred at Lock
Haven, on Tuesday morning of last week.
The pattern and machine shops,, with their
contents, of Harvey, Ricker & Fredericks,
were destroyed, involving a loss of 00,-
000; insurance $25,000.
Ia Williamsport, Wednesday night, a
tireWery belonging to M. ,B. Weaver and
small dwelling, together with a German
printing office, from which the National
Democrat is issued, were destroyed by
fire. Weaver's property was insured.
Tan Sertfinton &publican, in speaking
of a valuable - Scotch terrier, which went
rind and was shot in that city recently,
remarks poetic:illy .
No dorg to lore, rani to kart SS,
ilow o n I ever my sadness express?
Jeff it defunct, dtd all s nate;
}funned Is his barkia , and still Is his tale.
Tan Greenville Argus says: Three
hundred and two cars of the Pennsylva
nia and Allegheny Valley oil line, loaded
with crude oil, passed over the' oad from
Franklin, bound for Philadelphia, on the
fifth instant. Twenty-four thousand one
hundred and sixty barrels were thus ex
P_EHEY COUNTY was visited by a terrific
t rain storm on Friday evening last. 'The
rain lasted about forty-five minutes, and
the darnage done to mill dams, bridges,
growing crops, &c., is very heavy. Near
ly all the bridges on the Juniata and
Buffalo creeks were washed away, as
• well as several mill dams. The segue
duct at Newport is badly damaged. Part
of 'the- town of Bloomfield was sub
ON Monday evening of last week por
tions of Fulton county were visited with
the most severe hailstorm ever known in
that region. The wheat and corn crops.
in portions of Todd and Taylor town
ships were entirely ruined, a steam saw
mill and several barns were blown down,
three horses killed by falling timbers, and
much destruction done to fences, window
glass; &c. Hail fell. to the depth of
Tun Delaware County .Repubticort says:
On Saturday afternoon last, about three
• o'clott, a shower of shells, accompanied
by large drops of rain, fell in this vicinity..
For 'an hour previous to the storm„a
heavy black cloud appeared in the
west; which spread; rapidly in all diree
tion& betokening a thunder-storm of un
usual, violence. At half=past two o'clock
a high wind prevailed, which subsided as
the rain commenced tolall in large drops,
accompanied by what we, and others in
-this oiffice, supposed to be hail, but which
proved, on examination, to be Kiel
shelf resembling the shell-fish, known
as the round clam. We have a number
of thdse shells now in our possession.
L ' WEST TIRGINII.
Titian are six hundred and two poi*
oflicei in West Virginia.
Tint' first velocipede has arrived t
Clarksburg, and created almost as mu
Lenst r tion,as the small-pox.
M.R. RORER'S AUSTIN, a farm i eUving
four piles from Morgantown, t tip
with his plow and killed, the other day,
twenty-eight copper heads. They were
serpents, not men.
EiIiALL-PDX iii so bad in Clarksburg
that at the recent session of the Circuit
Court of Harrison county no grand jury
was summoned, as the Judgerespected
the fears of the citizens of the county.
Tim dwelling of Mr. George Ritchli
' in Webster township, Marshall county,
was struck by.lightning daring the storm
on Wednesday night. Mr. Ritchie was
severely stunned and the house consider
CONRAD CIDERS, , living near Wilson
burg, came to his death under the follow
ing circumstances. He was engagbd in
grubbing with a mattock, when the im
plement caught In a dogwood root, and
suddenly detaching itself, sprang up and
struck him on the forehead, from'he ef
fects of which he died a few day safter
TES ' Charleston Yearned sa: On
Monday morning last Mr.} Elisha jvans'
# son, a little boy about ',eight years old,
while playing in Messrs.• Bibbiol Co.'s
mill, was accidentally caught by the belt
, that runs the corn shelter and was most
terribly mangled. The shaft that runs
the sheller maltewabout 85 revolutions to
the minute, and It is supposed that the
boy was fast about twenty minutes before
his situation was made lusown to the en
gineer, 'which would have caused the
bttle fellow to hive passed a-ound the
drum near seven hundred times. - His
right leg is broken,. the right side of the
head is all fractured and his whole right
aids is terribly bruised. •
TIIE Wheat crop in the Sciota Valley
never looked more promising than it does
at this time. .The same is reported for
the whole of Southern Ohio.
ME. A. B. BUTTLES, of Columbus, lies
planted, this season, twelve acres of Early
Rose Potatoes—which we believe is the
most extensive experiment'with this early
wonder in Southern or Central Ohio,
BRAN, for horses is an excellent anti
dote to the constipating effects of corn
meal. Horses fed through the winter
won fine feed, are liable to sickness In
the spring. This is avoided by feeding
bran with meal, and it loosens the bowels.
To DESTROY cut•worms, you'inust find
them first. Lay elder branches among
the growing corn, and the worms will
draw under them. The hoe has some
times uncovered fifty worms under a
single branch, while the corn is let alone
SWEET POTATO.—The N. 0. Pica
yune says that the sweet potato impover
ishes the soil far les3 than grain crops,
and is produced in far greater abundance.
It yields from 15,000 to 20,000 pounds to
the acre, while corn yields only from
1,000 to 1,200 pounds.
THE annual report for 1868, of the Ohio
Dairymen's Association reports 72 cheese
factories, of which twenty are in Geauga
county, eight in Portage, five in Lake,
seven in Ashtabula, four in Trumbull,
one in Henry, one in Fulton, sells in
Lorain, two in Ashland, three ht Hpron,
five in Medina, two in Cuyahoga and
seven in Stimmit. Of this number forty
are represented as being on the Reserve.
Tan famous Israel Putnam adventwe
was paralleled in Irving, Kansas, recent
ly. James Cooley's folks were hunting
depredating wolves, and running one to
earth, Cooley's little son descended into
.the den, his father holding him by the
heels, caught the wolf by the hind feet,
and both were drawn out together. But
as modern meddlers have declared the
Putnam story a,:fable, we don't expect
any belief in this.
MAR/MIT-1S rn Ausrause..---According
to the Medical and Surgical Reporter, the
peculiar disease among tbe natives of Ans
traliii, of which the Moravian mission
aries speak, and which "makes cripples
of not a few blacks," which makes them
"raise their legs high in walking, as if
they were in a hurry to get forwa4d, but
were prevented by some one lolding them
back, and they stumble over the slightest
obstacle," is a peculiar marasmns, which
causes a general withdrawing of the mus
cles until the patient becomes a living
skeleton. Meanwhile the appetite con
tinues, and a remarkable degree of strength
is retained. The disease is said to be con
Tim wheat crop in Tennessee never, in
any previous season, presented so fine an
appearance. At an earlier period in the
growth of this year's crop that cereal
gave promise of being more than usually
abundant, but since the d%velopment of
the "head" old and experienced farmers
from all parts of the State say that the
yield per acre will be along way under
the average. The heads, as a general
thing, are stumpy; or else, where they
are long, they bag out towards the stem,
and are shriveled and slender towards
the top—an invariable indication, they
affirm, of a poor
_yield. Yet, in conse
quence of the great breadth of land sown,
the State may be reasonably expected to
turn out a good supply.
Tan PACIFIC RAMBOAD, at present,
only runs to Sacramento, and the trav
eler either takes the cars on the Califor
nia Pacific Railroad to Vallejo, and
thence by steamboat to San Francis bo,i or
goes by steamboat over the entire water 1
route from Sacramento. The Western
Pacific Railroad from . Sacramento to
Oakland. on the side of/ San Francisco
bay opposite the city, it (is stated, how
ever, will be completed by next August.
This road is now graded as far as Stock
ton, and the rails are-laid for thirty miles.
The raitway competition, it is asserted,
will not interfere% with the pres
ent water route of one hundred and
twenty-five miles by way of the Sacra
mento river, as the Steamboat Company
are building new boats of sufficient speed
to make the.trip in from four and a half to
five hours. A separete section of the
Western Pacific Railioad, twenty miles
long, from San Jose td Alameda Canon,
was completed in 1866, and accepted by
the United States Government, but the
work on the remaining 100 miles was sus
pended. Now, however, as has been
stated, the construction of the road has
been actively resumed. Near Liver
more Pass, however,
,dome very heavy
work will be required. A tunnel 1162
feet long, has been driven 331 feet at each
end, leaving 500 feet yet to be cut, The
rock is soft crumbling slate ' which at once
requires timber supports. There is also
a cut 42 feet deep and 1400 feet long
through sandstone rock, and requiring a
force of over 200 men. 2000 men, 1000
of whom are Chinese, are employed on •
the tunnel. They are paid the following
rates of wages in gold: Tunnel men, $4O
a month; graders, s3s, l and Chinese, $32.
THE Coosa', OF Tnnerneux Cmcsona,
which is elected every seven years, in
Vermont, has just been in session. The
duty of this body is to inquire whether
the. Constitution has been preserved In
violate, whether the 1 Executive and the .
Legislative branches of the Government
have performed their duty as guardians
of the people, or have exceeded the limits
of their jurisdiction; Whether the public
taxes have been justly
t l i !ld and collected,
and in what manner e public moneys
have been disposed of, land- whether the
laws have been duly executed. The
Censors have power tet• end for persons,
Papers and records, have uthority to pass
public censures, to orde impeachments,,
to recommend the repea of unconstitu
tional laws, add to call convention, to
meet within two years, to amend the Con
In purtinance of the constitutional
regulations, this body et on June 2d
(the first. Wednesday,) w re in session
for two days, and adjour ed until July
27th. Committees were appointed to re
port on the resolutions, twenty-five In
number, submitted to the Censors. ,
Among the alterations in the Constitution
proposed were amendments extending
the right of suffrag9 . irrespective of sex,
changing the mode of. electing the Judges
of the Supreme , Court, fixing their sala
ries and enlarging their terms of office,
providing for biennial sessions of the
Legislature, and for extending the term
of service of. State office ' from one to
two years. Resolutio were also
adopted directino inquiri 0 -whether the
usury laws and the laws elating to the
sale of intoxicating Dever es had been
PITTSBURGH E TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1E69
Quips and Pranks,
Is not a manager, like "any other
man, known known by the company he keeps?
Alabama is importing Chinese laborers.
Prentice thinks they might succeed in cul•
ti rating pigtail tobacco.
Money makes the mare go. It has
cost £2500 to Make the Mayor of Cork
The. omahawk can the French Suez
canal the unkindest "cat" of all.
Cruelty to animals goes by the name of
Berghlary in New York.
Prentice's practical philosophy teaches
that "if a man begins 'a conversation by
saying 'you know how frank I am, '
knock him down without waiting for
him to get a word further."
The Leader asks, can Patti's_ refusal
to settle her husband's bills from her in
come be termed .income-Patti•bility of
While the waiters are 'on a strike,
Couldn't the hotel proprietors secure a
few tide waiters?—. Y. Leader.
The hotel waiters are waiting for more
pay. - Paitient waiters are said to be no
How to get a country seat cheap
take a chair into the suburbs and sit
Geographical information—the White
Sulphur Springs of Virginia during the
summer will empty into Bisque Bey.—
N. 0. Tian.
Counter attractions—handsome young
If a dentist and a chiropodist should
engage in an altercation, could they be
said to be "at it tooth and nail?"
Hue and cry—the blondes and the
talk about them.—Telegram.
The Spanish authorities persist in Say
ing that the Cuba revolution is all over.
So it is-all over Cuba.—.N. Y. &prem.
He - hlajesty'S customs—to spend as
little time as possible in London.—Toma
Just the pudding For cricketers—a
now the Japanese Use Paper.
The Japanese use paper for a great
variety of purposes. A recent:traveler
states that he saw it made into materials
so closely resembling Russian.and Moroc
co leather and pig skin, that it was very
difficult to detect the. difference. With
the aid of peculiar varnish and skilful
painting, paper made excellent trunks,
tobacco bags, cigar cases, saddles, tele
scope cases, the frames of microscopes;
ani he even saw and used excellent
water-proof•coats, made of simple paper,
which did keep out the rain, and were as
supple as the best india rubber. The
Japanese use neither silk nor cotton hand
kerchiefs, towels, nor dusters; paper, in
their hands, serves as an excellent substi
tute. It is soft, thin, tough, of a pale
yellowish color, very plentiful, and very
cheap. The inner walls of Many
Japanese apartment are formed of paper,
being nothing more than painted screens;
their windows are covered with a tine,
translucent description of the same ma
terial. It enters largely into the manu
facture of nearly everything in a Japanese
household; and he saw what seemed to
be balls of twine, but which werenothing
but long shreds of tough paper rolled up.
If a shopkeeper had a parcel to tie he
would take a strip ofipaper, roll it quickly
between his hands, and use it for the pur
pose; and it was quite as strong as the
ordinary string need at home. In short,
without paper, all Japanwonld come to
a dead lock; and, indeed, lest by the arbi
trary exercise of his authority, a tyranni
cal husband should stop his wife's paper,
the sage Japanese mothers-in-law invari
ably stipulate in the marriage settlement
that the bride is to have allowed to her
a certain quantity of paper.-43oston Jour
nal of Chemistry. I-
An' Arlitocrani Johnny Stele.
The walls of Paris tare at this moment
covered with bills announcing the sale of
the picture-gallery belonging to Count
Koucheleff Besborodke. It is said to be
the last remnant left—and it belongs to
creditors—of the magnificent estate to
which he entered into possession just nine
years ago. It then was valued at $ll,-
250,000 in goid. He traveled through the
East, Southern and Western Europe in
great state. There was no whim he re
fused to gratify. He chartered a steam
ship to convey; him from one part to an
other. He had special railway trains for
his party. Hei gave princely entertain
ments. .He was lavish of presents. Ho
had a numerous 'retinue. It was his sis
ter who married Mr. Douglass Hume, the
medium. It was he who carried Alex.
Dumas to Russia. Nine years ago he
was master of $660,000 annual income.
It was_ not enoueh for him. He could not
live on less than $1,200,000 a year—his
expenses several years *re said to have
exceeded • this amount of money—and
now nothing remains of all that wealth
THE Spiague•Craig case produced a ht.
erature in Chicago, T which we fear the
Western Monthly could• not of itself cre
ate: The following—the first from. the
Tribune and the second from the Evening
Journal— are specimens :
Amanda Craig. that gushing
May now dismiss her echol.ra,
bluce she has woo, poor old Sprague.
A hundred thousand °harm.
- ' TO ELIEOIk.
Elystut Sprats, ewe timid old eg,
kant spel wants a derv. •
) ew tarried yer hack to Mandy Kralt.
end now yes raunny'iOnern.
Downe with yer greenbax, lett , em,trOD,
So Mandy Kraig may buy
A I avver Who no tumor.. gat,
Nor weeklies" of the 1.
And the Chicago'Post himlt receved, it
cells us, advance sheets of - i
ary of he English language, by E hula C.
Sprague, of which the following are ex
ARISIPLACE, a diceese of the kutical
and Solourth, cozzing soar ise.
BREECHES, of promise. a De Visa of
the deavul to cheet a-Man outt of his
RY, a Lott of iliterat iggno ram us to
help the A foarsed deavul.
i, organs of site which i meen to ceep
peeled here Rafter..
KAT, a Animal witch gilts outt of the
hague sum Times.
SPELING, 1 of the Artts.
SWEALING, a Komplaiit of tho .
Aliso of lawyers fieds.
WIMMEN, a Badd investment, especi
ally skule , marmbs.
A Wenn:motor; dispatch quotes Secre
tary Fish as saying: The idea of Cuban
annexation is , unwise in his view no
considerable pOrtion ot .our people favor
it; the Cubans are greatly divided In
opinion, but the majority of those en
gaged in the Insurrection appear to Want
an island republic. Ha added that under
the circumstances the course of Peru and
Chili in recognizing the Cubans as belli
gerents was an open act of hostility to
WELDON & KELLY,
kannbottiress and Wholesale Deslenv
Lamps, Lanterns, • Chandeliers,'
• AND LAMP COODEL•
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING CCU.
i•T0.147 Wood Street.
se9:n22 Between sth and sth Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
;FRUIT...CA:N . I7OP:
COLTlN.S.ll:idirr yy i '
• fr: PlT'ril3 Pit':; •
1 --- ,
We are now prepared to supply Tlnners and
Potters. It is perfect, simple. and as cheap an
the plain top, having the names of the various
Fruits stamped upon the cover; radlatin from
the center. and an Index or pointer stampe dupon
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 preserverof fruit or
good housekeeper will nse any other after once
seeing it. mh2a
CHIMNEY TOPS •
A large assortment,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
apiCh7.7 Ad Avenue,tioar Smithfield St
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, '&0.
JOSEPH HORNE do CO.
Latest Shapes Neapolitan and Cactus Hata and
Hair - Bonnets. Leahorn Sun Bats, Sea Breeze
Choice French Flowers.
Ribbons, In all colors and widths
Colored Crape:, Illusions, Laces.
Bonnet•and Eat Frames
Bizet and Colored Sating
Pane, Silk, Palm, Linen and Perfumed Fans.
Kid Gloves; In all the new shade; No. 5 to 8.
Domeatle and Fine Cotton Hose, new lines.:
Embroldared Linen Bette
Lace and Lace Goods.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas, a tall assortment
Black and Colored Knotted Princes.
Buttons, of every deieription.
Fine French Coreete
At the Very . Lowest Prices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
77 ASV 79 MARKET STREET.
NEW AND DESIRABLE GrDS,
Linen and Palm Leaf Fans,
New Japanese Fan
SILK PARASOLS, all the New _Sly li
A Beautiful Line
SUMNER BOULEVARD SKIRTS
At Reduced Prices
New Puffed Collars - and Cuffs,
In Paper and Linen.
CORSETS, a Complete Stock.
GENTS' SUMMER UNDERWEAR
In Merino, Gauze and Cotton
WHITE AND STRIPED - NUSLIN SHIRT
Oar Stock of
MACRITM, GLYDE & CO.
78 & 80 'Market Street.
NEW SITING GOODS
3IACRUN (t, CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Drees Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroideries sad Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets.
Glove fitting and Prench Corsets.
New Styles arse ley's Skirts.
Parasols—all the new styles,
lien and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for "Harris' . Seamless Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents for the Bemis Patent Shape Col
"Loekwood's "Irving," "West End,'?
"Elite," Act "Dickens," "Derby," and other
Dealers impplled with the above at
MAORUM & CARLISLE,
WELLING 11017SES .FOR
9 A.T.9.—Berths street, 91,900; Wood's
curl. 49.500; Union Avenue, 104,..500i VftEldlu
street, 99.50 0 v rale 'street. 119,500; Second
Avenge, $5.000; Sandusky strati., 491 900 1.' Pee"
one Avenue, 000; South Avenue, IS. u 00;
Rebecca street,4o,ooo; North Avenue, 410,009;
South Avenue. $l9
_500;- Penn street.llls, 000;
Ridge street, 495.000: Stockton. Avenue, 00.-
000; Fifth avenue. 490,000. Others in veriest'
laregens. Appir ters.- -0NT11.359T i 2WNS,
39 Sixth Avenue. Jell
'LI[ENDERSON J.& BROTHERS,
AIM Meer street, Dealers la Drugs,
and Paula% Medlatnes. lati•
. 1 4
= • it. -•
p . Fl 4
Via ` 4 Al—
; 1 4 4
E. 7 8 w
4=, I CS
I=o' ei 11.
NEW SPRING GOODS
OBOHE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Market Street.
nts, Muslin, Dress Goods,
1311 XS, SHAWLS.
Very Cheai. .
MARKET STREET. S 7.
• 88, IIIcCAN'IALESS & CO.,
(Lite Wilson, Cur & ON,)
'WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
sign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET,
door above Diamond alley.
ew and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
107 Market -Street
iNICAR VIFTH AVENIIE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest designs from the FINEST STAMP_
ED HOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at prlces.that
will pay buyers to examine. ,
AM: R. HUGHES & BRO.
TILE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING GOODS A.REIVING DAILY. .mb.B
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLEW,
100 WOOD STREET.
I FINE VASES,
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA,
W WOKING BETS,
1 --, A large stock Of
cA 1 1
pe t !SILVER PLATED — GOODS
...2 of all deacrlpttoas„
14 :e Call
satalet e l z :i ni ) one ' e l :.l Cat bZ u gat:?.
c i i R. E. BREED & CO.I
_l . lOO WOOD STREET.
ONTINtrES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its forms, all
urinary diseases, and the effects of m are
completely eradicated; Spermatorrhea or mi
nal Weakness- and Impotency, resulting num
self-abttse or other causes, anti which produces
)11Crae or the following effects, as blotches, bodily
weakness, indigestion, consumption, aversion to
society, unmanliness. dread of fttture events,
loss of memory, indolence, nocturnal emission!,
and finally so prostrating the sexual system as to
render =Matte unsatisfactory, and therefore
• imprudent, are permanently cured. Persons af
flicted ;with these or any other delicate, intrioals
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give the Doctor a trial; he never fails.
A particular attention elven to all Female cont.
Plaints, Lencorrbea or Whites, -Failing, Infant
=aloft, or Ulceration of the Womb, Oviniths,
pruritic Amenorrhoea. Iffenorrhagia, Dyamen
norrhow and bterility or Barrenness, are treat
ed with the greatest success.
It is s. exclusivelyha thehysician cer t ain fines
himself tostudy of aclass
of diseases and treats thousands of cases every
year must acquire greater skill in that specialty
than one in general practice.
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
Arty pages that gtvea a lull exposition of venereal
private diseases, that can be had free atoffice
pa, in sealed envelopes.
I l f r vt% s e ntence t oTigins - mstrection to the af
flicted, and enabling them to determine the pre
cise nature of their complaints.
The ;establishment, comprising ten ample
rooms, is central. When it los not convenient to
visit the city, the Doctor's opinion can be ob
tainei by giving a written statement of the ease,
and - medicines can be forwarded by mail or ex
press. In some instal:lees, however, a personal
examination is absolutely necessary, - while in
others daily personal attention is resit bed, and
for the accommodation. ranch patients there are
apartments connected with the office that are pro.
tided with every requisite that la Word/tied to
.promote recovery, including medicated 'Taylor
baths. JAC prescriptions are prepared In the
Doctor's own laboratory, under his personal su
pervision. tledlcat pamphlets at ofte free; or
by mail; for two stamp*. .No matter who have
readwhat he says. Hours 9 A. 1410 El pot
Sunda htled, ys 12 W. to BP. 14. Ofrice,lio. WIILIk
lITHEET. (near Court House.• Plttabureh. Pa.
ERIT-100 bbls Louisville
Ilyarsatto Cement, for ease by
J. B. WIIPUILD
c a I
P 4 g
E 4 1, 1
FULL LINE OF
CARPETS AND OIL OLOTEW;
We are now opening an assortment unparalleled
in this city of FINEST
VELVETS BRUSSELS TIIREE-PLYS,
The Very Newest Desigt.s,
Of our ow n'rec•nt,lmportatton and selectedfrom
MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED
T 4 Grli
=QUALITY AND COLORS.
An Extra Quality of Rag Carpet.
We are noweelling many of the asmye at
GREATLY :REDUCED PRICES.
.Jro. 51 FIFTH arEXUE,
MAkV 1% 1869.
LAOE AND NOTTINGHAM
New Stock Just Received.
LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED.
MCFARLAND & COLLINS ,
No. 71 and Ta FIFTH AVENUE,
znyl9 (Second Floor).
- FINE. CARPETS.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
my24:d 2l FIFTH AVENUE. •
THIRD ARRIVAL OF
SEMLER GOODS AT TEE
BOys' Clothing Headquarters,
NO. 47 SIXTH STREET.
le9 GRAY & LOGAZir. '
M'PHERSON & MUHLANI3RING,
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street.
Suceessors to W.U.c ltre,GEE & C 0.,)
Have just received their carefully selected stock
of Spring and Slimmer Goods. and will bes i ll
to show or sell them to old and new custom
The Cutting Department wik still be su -
tended by Kr. C. A. 51 1 UHLANBRING.
I take pleasure in recommending the above arm
to the liberal support of the public.
mh11:181 • W . If. NOM.
(Late Cutter with W. Hespezhelde.)
iktrat CXXANT Tea:LA:cu. '
'No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittaburgh.
NEW SPRING. GOODS.
A rolendld new stock of
Just received by Etriaatir.NEYElL
peli: Merchant Tailor. 73 Smithfield street.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
No. 55 Diamond Alley,
Mr Orders addressed to W. MUM, Meath
ward, Allegheny, will receive prompt attention,
:1 s running 111 Pittsburgh and Allegheny. t.
ICE FOR SALE
BY THE TON 'OR ffITEEIVISE,
At No. 64 ejandusky Street,
fIBIIALL'Et ELIXIR WILL ORI TIZADAC4I3.
ABSIL&LL'EI ELIXIR WILL CCults toyergrais.
Maseitawg ELIXIR WILL Cults Conme.
Depot,, ManibalPs Elixir,piiebottle.
1301 igarket street. M. ai&E,IHALIe
& Co.. Druggists, Proprietors.
For sale,_ wholesale and retail, by GEO. A.
Pittsburgh feteliNiorren 6
OICEAP BREAD IA DEAR TIM
Maguire for WARM'S Bread.
urgent and best. The initials "it. W." os
y loaf. Take sons else. WM'S