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ANN= Seitonestheatrical troupe is now
in Johnstown, with Miss Leo Hudson as
A von= thoutond dollar steam-saw
sill has just gone into operation in Sun
Miss SARAH £ 30111 , 180 N has been ap
pointed postmletretili at Atchison,-Wash
ington county, vice 0.-Barr signed.
INDL&NA talk s of having a gymnasitun.
We think If would' improve the Indiana
and do no luum to the Indiana
PIE Johnstown Democrat, has the
name of •Cyrus,L.Pershing at the head of
its columns as the Dem ocratic candidate
for Governo..-. .
A. rtzw, Republican journal, called
The .Public Opus* Is to be started about
ot t arty, is Chambersbtug, by
Mr. M . : -. A.:76
Virk•Prest . Judge of the Greens
burg district, receives a salary of $8,500
and the Greensburg Democrat calls it an
Mit.lJotor ar, fbrmerly of Scotland,
Fran kiln county, was accidentally killed
on Thursday morning last, near Chats
worth, 111., by the discharge of a gun..
SOME of this baser sort of rascals broke
into the Lutheran Sunday School at Sun
bury, last .iteek; 'and stole quite a large
sum, the accumulated penny contribu
tions of the Attp4 . 4 ,
6031 i 4:1 the citizen 6 of Waynesburg
are,tired. of eating. heel prided beef, and
have formed,a company to buy the wattle
, and - employ butchers to sellthe beef to the'
people at exactly whit it coats.
I • •
Urrrowrotim proposes to put up a pub
lichuth house-and Mr. H. R. Beeson of
fers to sive the ground and the water of
his artesian well to .any company who
will undertake to put •up the necessary
lulldings.' • ,
Taz 'York Republican says: The har-
Teit in this vicinity is very abundant.
No'wheit creip like the present has been
gatbered in York county for many years.
The price of labor is much less this year
than last in the harvest field.
THE GreellflDUrg Herald says some four
weeks ago, Jas. L. Stevenson, son ofJohn
Stevenson; of Unity township, had his
foot severely crushedat the saw mill of
Kr. Jackeor4l—from the effects !of whic.h
he- died on Thursday week last.' He was
Ilyears of,age. •
Ta Monongahela Valley Republican,
Is a very excolient locml paper, as indeed
it ought to be for • it is eighteen years old
and ought to be quite as good as it is.
We hope that it wilt keep on growing in
strength'and beauty, during innumerable
eighteen years to come.
IlltivOnn Amu' soles grist and saw
mill on Dunlsp's Creek near Merittstown
was burned , down on the 2d inst. The
mill had just been extensively repaired
and improved at considerable expense,
and everything, including a hundred
bushels of grain and one thousand sacks
effionr, was tlestroyed. There was no
THE Lancaster //ionizer says : "Young
5, Neidig , son of Amos Neidig, deceased,
was taking'a ride on horse-back, the ani
mal beiog somewhat vicious, and when
near 'Washington hotel it threw him,
striking toe pack part of his head on the
ground, with his arm under him and caus
ing a fatal concussion of - the brain. He
lingered for about three houre and died.
THE Monongahela Valley Republiean
tells of two dogs which •broke into the
sheep fold ofMr. John Vanvoorhts of Car
rol 'township, Washington county, and
killed forty-three sheep last Sunday. Mr.
V. has spent a great deal of labor and
money in improving hia,stock, and thirty
fonr of the sheep killed were very' fine
imported Spanish ewes. Themurderous
dogs were shot. I
A seD accident hapPened to` braham
Ely, an old gentleman about eighty *ars
of age, resi4ing about four miles Mini
Chamberabrirg,Thn thelreefer road. -He'
was picking cherries from the top of an
old ladder, to which was attached ab iron
book, and the ladder breaking, he fell
'upon, the book which, penetrated his
stomach spout five inches, causing an ug
ly and dangerous wound.
A PARTY.,,Of rogues who had stolen 30
Bead of cattle from John Shoemaker and
a horse of G. A. if mith, were arrested in
Bedford county last week and lodged in
• jail. They had extensive plans _laid for
robbing the Bank and County Treasury
at Bedford. They:were captured by Sher
iff Steckinan and Deputy Buzzard, very
adroitly by using a decoy, who got into
their confidence and
,learned all their
Tire Franklin (county) Repository
says: On last Friday afternoon, Charles
A. Stewart, of Baltimore, was stopped in
theroad, 'on the top of the Strasburg
3fountain,;. and robbed of one , hundred
and fifty dollars in money and a 'Valuable
gold watch arid ring . 'The robber stepped
out of the woods bordering the road,
when Stewart approached, and 'with a
pietol uncomfortabl n his hd pur
; suede& him toitielive y r
This ea is only
.cue of apries of'robberiesapd burglaries
*hick bave been ,committed recently in
that part'of the "minty.
•„ME DOyleStOWil DAMOCiai Bays: On
- last Tuesday:a young man named
Betts, a resident of Solebury township,
met with a terrible accident which speed
resulted kis death: We are in
formed that he Was, at the time of the-oc
currence, bringing in a load of hay, upon
which thereVasplaaed an bid-fashioned,
revolving ' rake. ' - When nearing the barn
the load wad oyerfurned, and; in some
tlnafinei i iinkribiAn, one of the wooden
Opics was thrust into. his body, inflict
s such terrible wound as to cause hit
death skiing the night ,
'ra z z vein state that
;p r,. : el4 - trof' that. place r
aketk At fOuliea Pais,/ dfiainiatred
feW .SgOr.lll4 'Whist accounts had
not been heard from. Ori Monday Egiorn
lag of. last -week ft-, - pair, paf , akeeff was
foustd'on the bat* of the *reek/ and in
one of theM waifante signed)), the lad,
stating his detefirdrugbme to commit 11111-
aide. It was supposed- he had' ilrewned
thimielf and 'search was Iliad* 'for the
body, but, as it wild not. he leitilds the
belief on the part or most of the people
ie that he decided to runaway from home
and resorted to this device to delay par,
ON Monday the 14th tilt. a bear weigh
ing four hundred' pounds, was killed in
Ai egg township. Union county. He
was seen on:the Sunday evening previons,
after sheep, having driven them out of
the woods to an adjacent bgpse ; where
he became frightened and mitt'ned to the
Woods. Search was made; but owning
to the extreme darkness and rain, with
out success: About midnight be returned
in search of the sluce and not being able
to - find them, He carried off a beg. In
the morning the neighbors were aroused
and the search renewed. He was foun
only a few hundred yards from the house.
After running a short distance he was
MR. BA'lT.ey the State ldstorian, has
finished the second volume of the History
of the Pennsylvania :Volunteers, and it is
now all stereotype*by, he State .printer.
It will embrade nearly fourteen hundred
; pages, with finely executed maps of the
battles of 'Antietam and Gettysburg, giv
ing the whole section- of our State in
which the rebels operated; also, enii of
Sheridan's and Sherman's ca mpaigns, .
Predcaicksburg, the, Wilderness, Ac. It
brings the histiriy. dOwn to SAeight
sixth Pennsylvania regiment. Althod h
no appropriation Was made by the 1 t
Legislature to cover Mr. Bate's e penes, he will proceed with - the work without
clerks, his salary being guarante d by .the .
act of 1867. , It will probably reach four
volumes. ' -
ON Sunday, the 18th inst., Edgar W.
Wilson, of Morgantown, West Virginia,
shot and dangerously wounded a hoy
named Leroy. Wells. Edgar Wilson, who
is it boy about.'fifteen years of, age, was
left by his mother to watch the:grounds
and orchard while she was attending
church. It appears' that Wells and an ,
other boy came to the orchard and were
helping themselves to some choice cher
ries, when Master Wilson ordered them
off. They not , leaving, he went to the
house and.teld.ng a shot gun, again or
dered them to leave or he would fire.
They not heeding him, he fired, and the
whole load lodged In the body of young
Wells. It is doubtful' whether he will
recover. Wilson was arrested, but was
admitted to bail to apftear at the next
term of Court. - -
Tits West Virg/. J ournal says: On
Tuesday, morning our friends of the Re
publican office were surprised by the re
ceipt z)f a small square wooden box con
taining a large live rattlesnake. Of course
such a distinguished arrival was duly an
nounced through the press, and among
many Who dealredio be made acquainted
with the snake wits& Joung man by the
name of Jo,. Wagner, a Pennsylvanian,
we understand, who appeared to go snake
crazy, for he went to the office, and
though warned not to do so, took it out
and played with it, patting its ugly head,
and putting its head on his cheek, and
finally he petits head in his month, when
the snake appeared to resent this hist
familiarity, jind bit him on The tongue.
He then said , that it had bit him, and put
it back in the . box, and Kr. Quigley ran
down to the drug store to get a bottle of
whisky; and coming back met Wagner
at the foot of the stairs. He was taken
at once to the drugstore, where two phy
sicians did all in their power to save him,
but their efforts" were vain. He died In
an hour and a quarter after being bitten.
Eugenie to Visit America.
Appleton's Journai says: It is pretty
generally known that Prince Arthur,
second son of the Queen of England, will
visit Canada and the United States during
the present season; but 'the fact that we
are about to announce kas not yet been
made public—that amore illustrious per.
son will land on our shores next summer
in,the person of Eugenie Montijo, grand..
dmighter of olth. Mr. Kilpatrick, at, one
tinie American Consul at Malaga, and a
friend of Washington Irving, t who, in
one of his letters says: "Louis Napoleon
and. Eugenie Montijo, Emperor and Em
press of France!-,-one of whom I enter
tained at mycottage on the Hudson; the
other, when a child, I had on my knee at
Grenada! , It seer s to clap the climax of
the strange dramas of .which Paris has
been the theatre during •my lifetime. *
* * . The last I saw of Eugenie Montijo
aho was 'one of She .reignlng belles of
Madrid." Eugenie will not visit , the
United States as Empress of France, but
will travel incog. under an assumed title,
which, however, will 'not prevent her re
ceiving a most cordial and enthusiastic re
ception wherever'she may skow, her still
beautiful faCe, She will be the first of the
crowned heads of Europe'who has landed
on American soiL •
An Item for the Ladies. .
Great improvement can be made by or
dinary laundresses in doing up cotton
muslins and organdie by dipping them in
a starch made by mixing a twelve cent
bottle of white • mucilage with a pail of
blue water. After this, clap the muslin :
well, or Shake them out, , and iron with a
moderately heated iron, putting a piece of
old jaconet over the dress before it
pressed. The improvement will astonish
Any hohie committee on domestic affairs.
The reason is very simple; in the first
place, the basis of mucilage is the clear
gum of starch, whilth gives newly menu;
lectured goods that =crispness ".without
gloss, which Is so desirable. In the nett
place the hot iron shrinks the muslin'and
crushes the thrtads, giving them a wavy'
look, which'the care . suggested prever.M.
Lacei r should be dipPed flat into boiled
starch, and then into, cold, and stretched
by hand when halfd_g, never suffering,
them to be'. ironed. The mischief done.
to fine articles by Irons is so great.that I
hope the time will come when ladies will
'no more think of having their laces and
muslins washed at home than they would
press their. straw , bonnets by hand, but
will send them to the tender mercies of
the mangle, cir press, in the hands of
blanatisaetthe: • ; •
The Wedding Ring of Mary and Joseph.
Whatever may be the fact , as to the use
of marriage zings in the Bible days, monk
' Joh legends relate that Soseph and Mary
used one, and, moreover, that-it was of
onyx or amethyst It was said to have
been discovered in the.year 996, - when it
was given by a jevieller from, lerusaltim
to n. 1601143? of. Clualum, who had lien
sent to Rome by the wife ofa Marquis. of',
witrio, to make purchases forher. , The
jeweller told the lapidary of th e p re cious•
new of the relic, but he despised it, and
kept it for several years among other ar
ticles of inferior value. However, , a mit.-
acre revealed to him' its genuineness, and•
It was placed in a church, where 'it
worked many curative tionders. In 1478
It was deposited with some FraniiBMlB at
Odium, from whom it was stolen; and
Ultimately, it found its way to Perusta,
where a church was built for it, and it
still • performed miracles; but -they were,
as Hone ova, trifling in comparison with
its miraculous powers of multiplying. it
self. It existed in different . churches in
Europe -at the same .tlme, each ring
being as genuine as the others.
PIrISWRG j GAZETTE s FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1869.
Jeltiw riu• - Lolre a Lavryer Tanted negro
His.name .is Lew. Benedict. His fa
ther Was a well-known Near York law
yer, who died when the , oldest child was
fifteen years old. The property left by
the father the boy turned over to his
mother and sisters, and determined to
strike out for himselL 'At seventeen years
of age he entered a law office, and at
twenty-one he completed his studies and
was pronounced a young lawyer with a
bright future before him. -
About this time the young lawyer fell
In love with the daughter of a wealthy
New York merchant, and the love being
reciprocated he asked pa for his daugh
ter's hand. Pa was indignant, and to
forever kill the young lawyer's ambiticin
he told him that when he had $50,000 in
cash, his own, he mgiht ask for the young
lady's hand, with a hope of success. This
was all very nice, but to the young 'law
yer just putting up his shingle, $50,000
was a great deal of money, at least the
young lawyer thought so'as he figured up
how many briefs he must have to make
The-result of his delitwations was the
conclusion that ithe w ine d to make this
,sum at the bar. he could - do so, but by the
tinie he hhd done it, he would be so old
that the romance, of loie would be all
gone.- For a long ten days the young
lawyer bemoaned his fate, and then ; af
ter.obtidning a promise from.; the young
lady that she would wait, he disappeared
from New York. In early the young
lawyer had quick wit, and eae -day,
meeting a negro minstrel manager named
Duprez, the latter told him he had 11 tal- k
ent which would makp
,$50,000 in five
years. Ls the young lawyer's frame of
mind it did not takelong to convince him,
and dropping 'Coke and 'Blackstone, he
took to burnt cork, under the assumed
name of Lew. Benedict.
For a time the new business was harier
than the young lawyer bargained for, but
he made money so fast that his prejudice
was soon overcome. At the end of the
first year he bad laid up $5,000, at the
end of the second year $lO,OOO and now
it is said that he has nearly • re ached the
figure of $50,000 in bonds.
All the time he has been in the burnt
cork trade he has Improved his spare mo
ments by a study of law books, and in
another year he will go lick to New
York with $50,000 in his pocket, claim
the hand of her he so fondly loves, and
who has been so devoted to him, and at
the same time again embark in the prac
tice of law.—NgtionaZ Chrenkle.
Human Nature Behind the Counter.
One sees aigreat deal of human nature
at these same dry goods stores, with
their pale, slender, white-faced clerks,
who give such extraordinary attention to
their hair and whiskers, and get up such
marvellous neck-ties, and never lose their
tempers, and measure your greatness by
the depth of your purse; real gentlemen,
some of them are, with their bland polite
ness, which comes of a gentle, kindly
nature; the true gold, which no amount
of -canker and fretting can ever rust; and
and they go through the tread-mill of life
as though they were stepping •on roses.
One likes to buy of them, because it ele
vates the common barter of trade into a
pleasant interchange of courtesies. Very
observing those clerks are; noticing the
small caprices of women, which rear
themselves up like mountains before thorn;
the petulant , temper,
_which is the result
of that in-door isolation that hardens the
heart and softens the brain. There are a
few unworthy clerks—a few who fail
in the elements of .courtesy and cleanli
ness; but the majority are patient, pains
whoie life is a constant
round of hard work and poor pay. If
women would stop to think—only they
seldom do—they would see how a kind
word or pleasant smile might often en
liven the dull gray of ,those lives, partic
ularly of those staid, ; quiet, • middle-aged
men, whose chests are narrow , and cheeks
hollow, and who have wives and 'babies
in the fifth stories of large boarding
houses, or Who live in a cottage od stilts,
and economize themselvesinto.graves.
"A little word in kindness spoken.
A motion ors rear.
Will often heal the heart that's broken,
And n2a:kn a (den aincere."
Remember this,_deal ladles, when you
sit in silks and laces, with the aristocratic
odor of fife about you, and tumble the
dainty' goods, that yet are not fine enough
for you, into, tangled disprder. : —Chieago
The Strength of Men, Animals and In.
, A mire:of thirty, weighing on an aver
age a hundred and thirty pounds, can
drag,. according to Reginer, only a hun-,
dred and twenty pounds. The propor
tion of the weight drawn, to the weightnf
his body is no more than ,as twelve to
thirteen. A draught horse can exert,
only for a few instants, an, effort equal to
about two-thirds of his own proper weight.
The man, therefore, is stronger than the
horse. But, - according., to Plateau, the
smaller insects drags w,ithout difficulty
five, six, teth twenty times its pwn weight.
The ,cockchafer draws fourteen times ite
Own. weight, and more. Other coleoptera
are able put themselves into equilibrium
with a rce of traction reaching as high
as fort -two times their own weight. In
sects, erefore, when compared wilt the
vertebrate which we employ as beasts of
draught,. have enormous muscular power.
If a horse had the same" relative strength
as donacial the traction it couldaxer
else would be equivalent to some'sixty
thousand pounds., -
, X. Plateau has ,also
adduced evidence of the fact that, in the
same group of insects, if you: compare
two insects, notably differing in 'weight,
the smatt er and lighter will. manifest the
,strength: strength. •
A Tatatoitax has been received at
Girard announcing . that Charles White,
the Hon tamer, traveling with , Thayer's
menagerie, was actually eaten up by the
lions on Friday, night, in a small town in
Michigan. He is said to have been struck
on the shoulder by the same lion, that
same so near killing- him at Rochester,
knocked down, and , the others at , once
Sprang (whim, and before theruould be
beaten off had torn hfm.to rdeces and'de.
Ynnred the greater portion of his body.
Tax ,cabbage AY, which' is 'very de
structitre ,to cabbage and . ,, cauliflower
Pit Mint hes made its appearance in Maine.
Yt waatirst seen us America in . Quebec in
1854, and was probably brought to
the States in grain from Canada. It ni
sembles the common butterfly in'general
aPl l . l ..Falice• •
A Gammen - on' has been called; to
meet litMeMphis on the 18th of July, for
the stiedal cincouregenientof Chinese ini
migrrition.:: it will be composed of dele
gates from 'all parti'of the South, partlim.
larly from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee.
WELDON & KELLY,
Yam,!Lauren and Wholesale Dealers ln
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Alin, CARBON AND I,ITBBICATIN6
No. 147 Wood_ Street.
BeandB Between Bth end 6th Avenue,
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
, • -, '•••••••••-..) '•
c 0 L 'LISS , • "
P IT T51317.1W4,PA
We are now prepared tet_aupsdy.iinnere and
Potters. It is perfect, simple. and as cheap as
the plate top, having the names, of the 'various
Fruits stamped upon the cover, radiating from
the center. and an Indexor pointer stamped upon
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
b► merely piscine the name of the fruit the
.can contains opposite the_polnter and sealing in
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
jrood housekeeper will use any other after once
seeing it. ' mb2s .
' • CHIMNEY TOPS. -
, A lrire assortment,
HENRY H. COLLINS.
apl4zta7 2d Avenne,neir Smltbfleld St
BOYARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 METH AVENUE.
We are now opening an assortment uripandleled
In this city of FINEST
VELVETS BRUSSELS .THRE-PLYS,
The Very Neweet,Deelgns,
Of our own recent importallon and selectedfrom.
MEDIUM. AND LOW PRICED
• INGI - RAINS, '
• VERY SUPERIOR
Ai Extra - Quality - of Rag Carpot.
We are now selling many of the above at
OREA.TLY REDUCED PRICES.
'Al ' ellllsl , BROS.,
Aro. 51 40.VeTITE:
jell „ _
OLIVER M'CLINTOCK . 6z CO.
HATE MST RECEIVED Al
FINE SELECTION OF
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS .
THREE PLir AND
IHE LARGEST ASSORTIIENT OF
MiITE, CHECK & FANCY
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
iN TU CITY.
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OLIVER, Ide,CLINTOCH 4 CO'S.
A 3 FIFTH AVENUE
GLAM. CHINA, outimity.
100 WOOD Si'"MET.
BOHMNIAA AIND CRIS&
"W 8 DII TYI ME 81M8 -
SMOKING BETS, GUM C 17113.
• A bite stook of • -• •
SZTEB MUD . GOODS
of all deocriptioas.
g i glriil CM Wila?telraeralad .
R. E. BREED_ ar. CO.
100 WOOD STIUCET.
TIIIIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &C.
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
_Linen and , Palm Leaf Pans,
New Japanese Fans.
SILK PARASOLS, all the New Styles.
WHITE . GOODS,
A Beauilful Line.
SUMNER BOULEVARD SHIRTS
At Reduced Prices. •
New Puffed Collars and Cuffs;
In Paper and Linen.
CORSETS, a Complete Stock.
GENTS' - SUMMER UNDERWEAR,
In NerinO, Gauze and Cotton.
WHITE AND STRIPED, DIUSLIN SHIRTS.
Our Stork of
MACRITM,GLYDE Bi 4).
78 & SO Market Streit.
SITHREEE TRADE t
WHITE GOODS, •
'STOCKINGS AND GLO VES,
Hats, Bonnets and Sundowna,
HOOP SKIRTS, FANS, HAIR GOODS,
Paper Goads LinenEllandkerehiefs,
PLAIN STAR SHIRTS,
FANCY SHIRTS, NECK TTSS .h=
SHIRT irktONTS, SUSPENDERS, ' -
B SI T aZ d ' i l i frA e llSt
itPHYR SHAWLS. LACIEs,
• • And a full line of
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Wholesale and ' l ' Retail.
Stock always complete and fair prices. Whole
sale Agents for Id.ERBEROLE d. LIBBY'S wipe,
riot make of PAPER COLLARS. Trade 'sup
plied at Factory Prices.
Merchants can save time and money by "sort
ing up" from our stock. -
JOSE:11.'110RM& cO. l ,
77 AND 79 MARKET STREET.
Dress Frit:amino and Buttons.
InsbrOlderlel and Laces. ----
Ribbon and 'Flowers. F
Hata and Bonnets.
Glove fitting and French Corsets. i•
New Styled Bradley's Skirts:-
Parasols—all the new styles.
Stud and Bain Umbrellas. • ,
Hosiery-4 . 6*dt English makes..l
Agent/ for • iiarris' Seamless Rids."
• Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents for the' Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irvine." `•West End,"
"Elite," A.e; "Dickens," "Derby," and other
MACRUM '& CARLISLE )
FIFTH AVENUE. 7,
.A.PiID • 1
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New and Itandsbme .Dgsigns x
Now OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,
Embracing a large and carefully selected stook
of the newest dealing from the FINEST trrAltr-
ED GOLD to theCREAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at priC434 that
Will pay buyers to examine. •
JOS. R.. HUGHES & BRO. '
WALL PAPER. • '
TUB OLD PHIS STORK IN A, NEW PLACE;
W.P. MARS T.T , 9B
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
SPRING Goons ARRIVING mbe
PEARL ELL FAMILY FLOUR',
MUM; WILL Three Bur Gran Brzad. Wig to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
Tbl E a2r elaln cady DO oeat . o dt when eat*
• P Ma /6 ill 'u l Tititas i t
PEARL Ruiz gani m i t i o wl i t o
W CORN FLO% D OORN RR c it
• B. T. 1 & B 80:,
a4eitisay, Sept. 9,1000, PaaaL MILL.
No. 27 Fifth Jiventlte
Dealer. supplied with the above at
191 Liberty Sired,
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wri wal j ; la
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0 0 2
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ad h i ,
" 2 4 Kul
NEW SPRING GOODS
THEODORE F. PHILLIE'S',
Prints, -Muslins, Dress Goods,
FULL LINZ of
ST. • MARKET STREET. • 87.
C "ll e i te t W Al4P Corr t 1 0:t. °19
- WHOLESALE DIALNEB IN
Foreign Domes is Dry Goods,
• . Cl 4 WOOD
Third door idxcve DlamondrAmman..
PIANOS. °ROANS, &O:
>' UT THE BEST AND CHEAP
EST ruiv),AND °BOA*.
Ichomacker's Gold Nodal Plano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGEORGAN.
Tit SCHOMACESP. PIANO combiner, all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the con
structlon of a drat class Instrument; and has al
'ways been awarded the ILIA' hest premium ex
hibited. Its tone Is full, sonorous and sweet: The
workmanahlu. for darabillty and ' accord R
all otheri. ' Prices from Mk to 11.150,
to style and-lirdsh.) cheaper than all other so.
e ailed drat class Plana
• .ESTAT'b UOTTA9Z ORGAItt
Rinds it the bee pf all reed Ina:nue-Ws.- in
produchig the moat perfect pipegnallti,
of any similar instrument in the United States.
It la simple and Compact in amiatruction. and
not liable to wet out of order. •
• CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUMANA. '
TRXMOLO" only to be found in this Organ
Price from $l OO to 8510. guaranteed for Ave
BARB, • SNAIDq & BBEITLER,
- ‘. No. 121 T. CLAM STREET.
.11V.tyrders for tuning and. repairing will los
promptly attended to bv*C. F. Mathews.
WINES. LIQUORS, &c.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
WINES, BRANDIES 3 GIN, &C,,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IR
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
, 409 PENN. STREET.,
Have ItemoVed to
NOS 384 AND 886 PMIN,
Til4l . 4 ff th St., (fornierl , CanaL)
osEPEI SINCII Co., z
Kos. ifuSsz ies, Ha, DS And
Flan STREET, rrrrsßtrEati.
pepper Distilled Pare, Bye indaleyi
Also, dealers in FOREIGN WINI2I and LI.
QUORS. HOPS. &c. sum.nsa
Machine. Stone :Worke r . •
Northweit corner of Wait Common. Alletben7.
,rztiarm. avviursa & CO.
Have on hand or Prepare on short notice Hearth
and Step Stones, Flags' for Ladewalkiy Brewer
Narita, ac. Head and Tomb Stones, ha.
. - nrdere twrimntly exaen tad. Prices reasentatili
ONTINIIES TO TREAT ALL r -
urPprivate diseases. Syphilis in all its Emma, all
nary diseas and the effects of. are
compioteiy ecitted; Bpermatorrhes or
nal Weakness and. Impotency, resultiag from ",
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces` •
same of.the following effects, as bloitenes. bodily •
weakness, indigestion , colisuMition.•avershin to
society, unmanliness, drelui or !Inure events.
loss of memory. Indolence. nocturnal. emissions, •
and finally so prostrating the sexual system u to
render-marriage unsatisfactory, and therefore
Imprudent. are permanently Cued.. Persons of-
dieted with these or any other delicate,. iotricage '
or long standing constitutional compliant shoal 8
give the Doctor a trial; believer p.lls. • .- '
A particular attention giver, to all Female e_oni- - -
plaints, Leurorrhea or Whites,' Palling,:iiisem-. ' •
1 'nation or Ulceration of the Womb. tirsznis. ',' - ' •
prurltia. Amenorrhoea. Menorrkagia, Tlysmen- •
norrhou, and literally or Barre/Mies% are treato
ed with the grestest success.-- ._ _*
It I. self-evident that a physician, ono ooadne.s
himself exclusively to the study eta certainties.
of diseases. and treats thousands of CUM eVery
year must acquire greater skill to that , •
one in general practice. ' • "
The Doctor publishes a moldiest pamphlet
61t 7 Imitelltlisi gives A MU exposition's:if - venereal
*nu Dante diseates, tb at can be Warms ai Whet
or by -mail for two stamps. in sealed envelope s. i
Every sentence coatains instruction tO the a t ' •
Elated, and enabling them to determine the pro. 1
else nature of their unailidins. •
The establishment, comprising ten ample •
itioitap k is central: When It Is not Convenient to '\ \
'visit e city, Ahr Doctor , ' opinion can be ob.
Leine by Eying a written statement of the case.. ' •-•
and medicines can be forwarded by mall or ex
press:. In wane fustanees, however. a personal - - -
examination Is Absolutely neursary.• oldie In .
othenrilaily personal attention to re
for theuccommodation e f such platten there are
ots connected with the AM erif
s tiVrrith evert' -regulate Ili med iate to
PromOte recovery, Includingis
Naha. AM prescriptions aro_ prepared In QS .
Doctor's own laboratory, under his pennant ne
on. Peelle& pamphlets la Care tree, or ..
ry.% 1 1 for two stamps. No matte who 2 have • - .
aled, read whit he says. olm 9 A.m. to 8 ?Jo.
Sii_nd_g•s 11 M. to 9P. m. ogiee t. md. * • Arms • .
b=„NAT. ( near Coast Unieseo Alask a / 4 4Z% ~