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Three women went stop p'n out Into the West,
Out Into the West End of . ondon Town
lash had on the bonnet she kept for her be et
And they ord. red things wholesale, and had
'em "put down; ,
7or men mass -wort and women must waste,
- And what's earn 'd at leisure le spent In haste,
_ Though the busbanus ire moaning.
Three men sat np at a latesome boar,
* And trimui'd their accounts as the son went
They look'd Lir a squall, and they looked sad and
And their coat sleeves were rolled up, all rag
ged and Crown;
Tor men must work and women must waste,
And be dressed In the height of the fashion and
taste,Though the husbands are moaning
Three writs they are out in thil bailiff's hands,
On the suing of one who wants money downs
But the debtors, poor devils! can't meet 'their.
So they go to asponging house kent in the town;
l'or Men must work, and women raut waste.
Ana she parents are beggared, the children dis.
And good bye to papa and his moaning.
MY UNCLE'S ROMANCE.
(From the French of Irtlele.)
, D'Orville entered society - ridiculously.
• - He liked neither, the 'play, nor wine, • nor
race-horses, nor opera .girls,' His educe
ho w ever, . , .
..tion, her, was gained at Paris, and
his teacher was a n abbe; b nature can
.. . . • • •
--. not be change d . , '., ~ , '
- .. '. -.The -natural 'disposition. of D'Orvllle
' - was ripened': by' reading romiaice:. . He
*'. there imbibed sentiments, so . contrary to
.. • -; .the fashions of the day, and he took so
little Care-to - conceal them, that his best
'LI friends Considered him a downright °rig
' • --. '-. l )What a pity!" said one, "the felloW
- ;has wit and ' a good, figure, but:. he will
' P '' never make anything." , • ... -
• •', •. • '.; And he bad no desire to make anything
. ' - but his' happiness. TO succeed in that
there was but one may, to love and be
loved; but loved as in a romance. An
ambitions marriage, or even a "marriage
- : de eonventuice,' . appeared to hit eyes nn,,
. , bearable slavery. . ...
.. - • '-- X. Rondon,
.D'Orville's uncle, mourn
. •- • -id over the • caprices of his heir, and
• . wished, by all means, to marry him with
-.-. ''Mad. de . Faventine, a very rich young
. widowof distinguished family; but D'Or
- : repugnance was ineurmountable.
4 ' - , .. "Spare yourself, my dear uncle," said
:- . .-he, "needless care. Ido not wish your
. ~ - beautiful widow, and I declare that she is
- . - the' last - "roman to whona. would give
my hand." - * '' ' -
"But you have not seen her!" ,
. '-• ,"- "Nor , do 'I ;wish to see her. What!
Havingteen me in I know not what pub
• c • - ' lit place, • this woman decides, addresses
.'', -- -• you, and demands me' In marriage as she
\ - ,• ' would ask for a piece of stuff at Buffault's.
\ • What level. 'What delicacy!"
"But if you knew how beautiful she is,
• ' and how lovely!" ; ' i
-' • - "Indeedl Why not espouse her your
' -- -- . self then, uncle?
__l consent to the mar-,
": . • iiigE-.! "' • • . -
'- •. ' '''"Yes, but she would not consent.. Un
'' • fortunately she prefers twenty-five to fifty
_ -•-- years. •If it were not for that, I tell you,
'.. '.. *bon the affair would have been already
• arranged,' and llshonld - bave'the double
* . ,
pleasure of punishing you and of recur
- . - - Ing my own happiness."
- • • . ' "And that of your friends"—
•• - ' • "D'Orville! D'Orville! Respect Mad
,- Arai) de -FaVentine, or we Will quarrel at
' ' '' ' "AS much respect as you please, my
- •' . ' 'uncle, but no marriage.' ,
' •-- ' - ' • The good Rondon bit his lips,' twisted
' .. *the - tassel of his cane, and muttered be.
-- - 'tweeze his teeth, words of experience, of
authority, and of exheredation; but noth
lig : could conquer the obstinacy of his
.-.---- ., •, , . .
. -. • -
- •. '' ' - VOiviite's . refusal .did not come soley,
from ,the romantic systen he had adopted.
He loved, or at least he beleived he loved, .
-- . which is . the same thing ., He had met at .
' the ball of the OPera, a meek, whose wit
had.appeared . to him so delicate, so subtle,
- --: • r . ". So opposite to commonplace, so muchin
Contrast with the insipid tattle that reigns
, . :. at thesenecturnal feasts, that he belived
'., .' biniself the happiest man in the world in
•, , • .'obtainlngs rendezvous for, the next bra
_ 'The unknown appeared there without
c, , attendance even, always masked to the
*,.. --: teetk, but amiable, , spiritual, interesting.
-.,,,,: it . These - conversations were continued.
'.- ;. .;;7twlitle:tate carnival lasted, and although
J. ' ..-", the riiiiiik was constantly kept on (a bad
sign;;'' according to the knowing ones),
the prettiest foot and the most •beautiful
‘...--. . !.-, learid'augured favorably for the. , rest. In
• .---• - r . :" . ' - thimidat of this intoxication, D'Orville's
1- 4 . - ' uncle 'proposed to him the alliance with .
Mad; dereyentine, and suffered a refusal,
of which he,wes for from' divining the
• •••• 1 - - ;;;ltirde - eauSe:
• `.';', - , ..; ' Who meantime, the season was pass
-,:,-ing , Withonf ,D'OrvilleSi, being able to
','"--,---,- learn the name or the reiddence of his
:' 1. deik - tinknoWN.' and 'to instruct himself,
'• ''' . ". -. :...there Martine& brit the 'hist ball. - He
; . r,:... went thetekreetiielyat - midnight , ' deter
,, ~ 7 - mined.to rurdeitake everything, prayern,
~.,,•tlinti and 'even 'espionage, but the nn=.
known.' did net' appear. '.- - --;--
.::,,.-•.' Filled with grief and Mild,' D'Orville .
.'. - 11 - .' , , . :.',..! left:thebill' . .and went'-' home. ' Scarcely
bad he - entered hia - bbitsiy.iihen he re
ceived st - : visit front. - his Uncle; : R'ew,
~'lnnpo'sltitiriS - on the part' of the young
widow, renewed reje ctionsif on the part of
". s .--I,P!OrtIAO,
"IpWOdd ititny,int t"'iiald'he to him. ;
. 1.,,,,. 7, ; ;„!,.;';‘.4 irfernan'Vfo
,hais never seen rap
1 ,- r ". Us,deterniined to Ssgonse' ine,, and - I . !
-:',; i.':-; -., 4eilettillig**ting a'* o *Eal ' whom' I •
.; 10 *II leX Seen t It• would seerath4
;_, , ..,thys f 14je,:conibined - ,tn einsv Mei, the
IMaliyliii . :eilenci - the other yhe,r *I::
''''` ., • di ` , ~, 1
''',• ''. Whetbti behad"ned.'itiitixorxitel
7 ,I;, 40 merlin 0
4diestotiiiii#a lac Ali OW,
' leVs'96,M4.4,4o'liiting, vainly 1
“' " ...4 0 ' ' . d;icne'lve 4:4 iilii:diWnilltno l o l ,..l
''' i ' l e' .. .oiiing,stirlitientiremednii t fiell*CrealliPt - :.'„
M, , fr a il o itisectitio4 of IN uncle Dv. ,
. (1 e 1 Piii*:` , E o hadeieniiiiirdegedfici,
.. 4 : J ui . ‘ : 4s4 .o 4 . , Aird e l iz t ig* t i asec i n o ,
'...''.. ' l it rieiliehetWttietgiteelfieke the OW, 1
r.,., , 1 n • ) 4 ,l Xbriplu),Aeolt refuse, lithos other gerk
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lfand'o o 4-IWAPIP.!ft w A'w• * T IC ' ii:
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fq.. , .l , )Tte sAirs* irWhidet - ....w0r.,4 ,6 1 :reakw4Ch.
~i:ii- 7 ,4 , 01tv , r , T0 Ow, „neg,,,Atinws on her
~ iy)-Ji ti tieeat and lia &CO reatlmP* her hEfOik
~1 I,i,ivraabit ,theAttititude , ut , Pes *he.;ilete#Scr
, •.:, , ,,: , i1 hllslshiteneeaofh , fsit**xgain4e4A4R ,
r Rattle nnbuown's , .•.. ~ .. ..: ,•,. • L, ....-..-
- . • , .! 4 T , ,eiwanor said he "ft t)**teesie*tt
lit , aairiegozpv..i ., ,,.. ~ „____...% ~..-,v P 0 . '. i r`
i':... 7 ilff i Shit exelaukailoaMtfi7 ,10
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4 9ety i elstsriAs10 'Wow, 2591,0m41,
....• a beret."
. ' - ' Babet rises confused, and discovers such
beautiful and Ingenuous features that the
brush of Greuze alone could give a
ti l idea
of their grace., -
What's discovery for a romantic imag
ination! • So Touch beauty, and Ina forest,
how irresistible! .D'Orville had not even
the desire to resist.
Enchanted by an adventure so ecmforni
able to his character, .he yields without
effort to his romantic inclination.
"Whoever you may be," said he to the
villagers, "do not be alarmed at my pres
ence. Ido not come to tronble your sob
itnde, nor your innocent pleasures; but
allow me to share them, and be sure that
I will not abuse your confidence."
This speech was not bri cant, but it
was pronounced in a tope so 'mid that it
had effect; foi in love timid ty is altvays
persuasive. Babet and he companion,
reassured little by little, , onsent to re
sume their places on the I ass, and the
happy D'Orville obtains ermission to
seat himself near them. , He requests
them to continue their reading; but Ni
cole, the elder, prefers' conversation.
D'Orville learns from her t at she its the
widow of the farmer of the and of which
her friend is the owner; tha she remains
there with her cousin Ea et; that this
poor Babet, although near eighteen,
has not been able to find a h band who
suited her; that in truth, she was a little
difficult to, please; that she would wish
such an intended as we read of in story
books, but everybody cannot expect , that
good fortune. _ ' .
"That shall , be your. fortune, Babet,"
said D'Orville, in a. low .tone, "if your
heart can respond to mine."
Nicole was willing to continue a con
. versation which could not, but be interest
ing since Babet was its subject, when the
ahadows began to gather and ,warned
them to retire, after promising tei meet at
the same place the next evening.
D'Orville returnedhome, gave himself
up to all the ideas which a like adventure
;could create in a romantic •mind. He di
rected La Fleur to go , early In the mor
ning to inquire after the health of the two
cousins, to inform himself of their manner
of living, and, above all, to discover if
Babet had any secret inclination. The
skilful valet fnlfilled his commission to
the delight of his master, and returned
with the most satisfactory report,
The evening came at last, mid.the two
villagers appeared at the same place.
La Fleur gives ;his arm to Nicole;
D'Orville profits by the example, and of
fers . his to Babel. The promenade is
long without being fatiguing. D'Orville
steaks of love, and she listens... On the
morrow this conversation is repeated, and,
although repeated, becomes still more in
teresting. From day to day love makes •
new progress, and . Babet, finally • makes
the confession which completes the hap
piness of her lover.. Upon this touching
avowal D'Orville "decides, without hesi
tationl to brave the prejudices of birth and
fortune, and to follow blindly all the feel
ings of his hesrt,
He flies to the‘chateau to give La Fleur
orders ito make preparations for a fete
eltampetre, where Loveand Hymen should
preside. Suddenly the noise of a car
riage is heard in the court. It is our
,you are, found at last," said
the good man, throwing himself into an
arm-chair. "Is it thus one should quit
his relations, his friends, his mistress, to
bury himself in the woods? I have learned
of your pranks, of your little flirtations
at the opera ball.".
"How! my.unele, you know—"
"1 know all, but I pardon you. Learn
that the charming unknown, with whom
yoo are so much lu love, is no other than
Madame de Faventine."
"Heavens! Can it be possible?"
"Oh! very possible and to e f onvince you
Of it you will hear it from her MouM,' for
she has come with me." •
"Holm! She will be here? No! never;
I cari‘neiersee her again. Know, uncle,
all my misfortune, if It can be so called,
to love and to beloved. I have formed a
new 'attachment;'‘ I renounce fortune,
graces wit; • I espouse,candor, artlessness,
beauty. My part Is taken, and nothing
can turn me from it; so for pity's sake,
my dear uncle, save Miulathe de' Faven
tine a humiliation she has so "little mer
"Useless prayers! You shall seelier,
you shall speak to her, and you shall
learn it from ,herself, if you have the
courage. Bat here she is."
At - these words the door is opened,
Madame de Faventine appears, and what
is the astonishment of the happy D'Or
6tille when he rocognizes in her his charm
Penetrated with love and joy, he throws
himself at her, feet •-•
"What!" says he, "is it you, is it you,
Madame? you, my iwely unknown!
You, my dear Babet! What name must
I finally give you?" •
"Your own," answered She, bidding
now the Hon.'Wtn. ii. thward Paddled
• 1 ; 111100 ten Canoe. •
Judge S. gave his son a thousand dol
lars to go to college, and graduate with.
The son returned at the end of the Preih,
,man year without a'dollar and with se
tear ugly habits: Abbut the close of the
vacation, " the Judge said ta his son,
"APea William, are you going to college
this year?" •
"Have no money, father."
"But I gave you a thousand dollars to
graduate on" •
‘lerywell„my,:son;.it was all I could
give your . Yon can stay here;
now pay. our own in; way, he world."
Italy light broke apon the vision'
of the„aiitpnialie4 young man. He ac
coquaodatildliinielf fop the situation, left
inada his *Sy,to college; graduated
!it the heit4,ef. gis , dais, 'studied law, lie-
PazieJ,GQiierhor of the State of New
York, entered the Cabinet of the . - Presi-i
dent of this 'Milted States, and has made
krecora for hi4self7that will not soon
Ale,,being .none2other than William H.
?allVall e nOtions the re
.4currenoec4 istrinrdinitry phenomenon
recorded - by,Acradatns.as:lmving been
observed In remote Muesli" the tribes Inv
habit k ing, the &loxes of .the : Caspian Bea.
That 49aPalt4ke islands,. from tCallo_rinuus,quautities of nap
gui, are icat• tahen ? „, Early,last • month,,
t nwinii to . F ll/ distarbandes; - the
naiitha wells on theie - osergowe4
aye!, the entire p A rfo, 41 )ip,lake. • t AC;
,burned furiously ate; a mesa Of
laanYAlmtiunithketti9,94o mget l / 2 . Prellent-,
aßlPtificen koßikterrgi,!; l B oPentilOat
of:49()titco 3l **) B _. 1 4.AWrounding
;Rlitutfl, .who. 01141,0011 e,
Agorlkwal Itand.il'he fish lir the lake
were and for miles'
around vegetation was parched and the
country made like a desert.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1869,
To One Who W 111 Uuderstuid.
"Say something to comfort you for the
loss of your little one." This is what
you asked of me. Nothing I could say
now,. my friend, would comfort you, be
cause you are stunned, and must have
time to lift your head and look about you.
Then you will see myriads of little grafes
besides your own darhng's,"and myriads
of mothers who have passed through the
same Gethsemane. where you are now
weeping tears of blood. Each of those
mothers has cried like yourself, "What
sorrow was ever equal to my sorrow P "
What is that to me? you ask. Lis
ten. ; Many of these mothers are
how thanking God every day of
their lives, that their little ones are
safe from the fearful earthly storms -that
have since come with desolating sweep
over their hearthstones. Humbly they
say, "All! fittle;:knew, though,my
Maker did, when folded my baby afe
ly to His protecting "breast, what was in
the future." Well, some "day you too
will - cease to weep—grow unselfish—
reaching forth further each day your sup
plies:dog hands towards that heavenly
home where there shall be "no more
death." Having . your treasure there,
there will be yotir. heart also. Said a
sweet young mother to me, "once I used
to cry always at twilight, that I must
some day die. Now that my baby 'has
gone, death has no terrors tor me, for
there I shall be happy .with her again—
and forever." •
Let those who can, rob her of this her
beautiful faith. When the sun shines
only on the graves wept over -by others,
they can stand erect and say, "This
world is good enough for me. I don't
want any better." Bat see, if with the
first falling clod on some dear, cold, still
breast, "My God" will not come as invol
untarily to their lips as "Mother !" to
the little child's, when pain overtakes it
away from her protecting Side. •
The shining lock, the little shoe—my
friend, it is long years since I abed a tear
over mine—l can take them out of their
wrappings in my hand, and smile to think
that I am so far, on my journey that I shall
soon see my little one face to face.
Whether she or luitl be the child when we
meet again, God only knows; or what
'heavenly mysteries I shall learn, kneeling
;at my baby's feet, I cannot tell; but this
.1 do know, by the kisses I have given
many a little face since she died, for her
dear sake, that a mother's - love was meant
tareach far beyond the graYe,
—New -York Ledger.
The. Age ot Oar Earth.
Among the astounding discoveries of
science, i 3 that of the immense periods
that have passed in the gradual formation
of the earth. So vast were the cycles of
the time preceding , even the appearance of
man on the surface of our globe, that our
own period seems as yesterday when
compared with the epochs that have gone
before it. Had we only the evidence of
the deposits of rocks heaped on each oth
er in regular strata by the slow accumula
tion of materials, they alone would con
vince us of the long and slow maturing of
God's work:on earth; but when we add to
these the successive populations of whose
life the world has been the theater, and
whose remains are hidden In theirocks
into which the mud, or sand, or soil of
whatever kind on which they lived, has
hardened in the course of time—or the
enormous chains of mountains whose up
heaval divided these periods of quiet accu
mulation by great convulsions—or the
changes ofd different nature in the con
figurations of our globe, as the sinking of
the lands beneath the ocean, or the grad
ual rising of continents and islands above
—or the slow'growtlut of the coral reefs,
those wounderful sea walls raised by the
little ocean architects, whose own bodies
furnish both the building stones and the
- cement that binds them together, and who
Worked so busily during the long eentu
rielt that there are extensive countries,
mountain chains, islande, and long lines
of coast, consisting solely of their re
mains-tor the countless forests that have
grown up, flourished and decayed, to fill
the storehouse of coal that feeds the fires
of the human • race-,if we 'consider• all
these records of the past, the intellect fails
\to grasp a chronology of which our ex
perience furnishes no data; and time that
lies bthind us seems as much an eternity
to our, conception as the future that
stretches indefinitely before us.—ilgassiz.
A RECENT DISCOVERY in the Depart
ment de la Dordogne,
France, of human
skeletons coeval with the mammoths and
undeniably appertaining to the earliest
quaternary period presents features of
such unusual interest that , the French
government have sent M. Lartet, palm
ontologist, to make a report on the sub
ject. He'reports that the bones of five
skeletons have been discovered, and that
they belong to some gigantic race whose
limbs, both in size 'and fonh, must have
resembled those of the gorilla. But the
.simian 'organ of than Must not be inferred
from these , analogies, as the, skulls, of
which only ,three are perfect, atford Witt
mony-fatal .to this theoltqtaving evi=
deafly contained very voluminous brains.
The skulls are now Ati the hands of a
committee of savants, who are preparing
an exhauitive - crantolokical report.
GREVAN simiticiainjtTs, it is reported,
are about to - be made in Palestine, under
the • - guidance 's'= of Christopher Hoff
man, f.Ounder of the '9:bmumnity of the
'reattple." The •
g olony, ;to be partly,
for industrial - and partly.
,for mieslonary .
`purpose's. The` einigrants,lwre selected
by the Kommittee of the Elders of ; the
TeMple and are cheisen•on account, of
their fitness for missionary work; and
not on account of.-their worldly , means.
Small communities, compbsed of a cer
tain number of families, ere, to be sent to
rirescribed )oortlitioui,stad the expenses are
to, be paid by the soclety, ,` Hoffman, the
chief oribiin - this'enterprile, has recent.'
ly, visited ; -where thellaierisan settle: .
ment stiffered tide& ' terrible' imisraities in
1860, but , 'does not; seem'to be diecqUlSed
from carrying maids p l an. . •
ARTIFICLUr Enortv.-mltitificial ebony; •
now used to a considerable extent, is said
to beplrepared by taking„Axty of
seaweed, ebarcoali, obtained. , p 7 treating
.tite,seftiveed for ,tyvoliqo dilute ettl
'Ph l 4lf 3 then:Oyin ti t e and grindlAijt,
and itdding to it' tell of liquid liquid glue,
peke ' add two: LA a
Ulf 'parts:lndia rtibber;the) list two dia.-
bolvedlh maphtha;•thartAdding teniparts'
PL=; id tar, , ,!fivitel parts pulverized stagt.
ping,two farts pulverizedAltn ; and five
, 1 1 1 1 01 of 1 3 1 ;0nd TWO; MO beating the
viftors 'boot 400 gegrflell Fahrenheit.'
71te.11111 „94 tglbsbutCelbus obtained IS:
:tiad.loe i lebOlit in 'color,,
Artirdatiab of taking` polish, white
can be ed at a tithe of the coat of
the genuine article. '
WELDON do KELLY, .
Danseseturers soli Wholesale Dealers
Lamps, Lagerlts, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING . 011.8,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:n22 Between 19th and 6th Avenue!).
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L'We are now prepared to supply Tinners and
.rotters. It Is 'perfect, simple, and as cheap as
the -plain top, having the names of the various
Fruits stamped upon \the cover, radiating from
the center. and an index.or pointer stamped upon
the top of the can. -
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can cortaina opposite the pointer and sealing in
the customary meaner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any,other after once
PIPES, CHIMNEY TOPS, &c.
A. large assortment,
sp14:1187 Ad Avenue,near Smithfield St.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 tinall ATENPE.
We are now opening an assortment unparalleled
In this city of FINEST • •
VELVETS BRUSSELS THREE-PLY&
The Very Newest Hedges,
Of our own reernt Importation and selectedfrom
MEDIU!. AND LOW PAWED
: -. VERY SUPERIOR •
• QUALITY AND COLORS.
An ExtiaQbality of Itak Carpet.
We are now selling many of the above at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
51 FIFTH ArE.drut,
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- ;';',::L tr IMINf:OIOCPPEL.::.
innitillna AND CHILL:
; ‘'t eirr ;ORIN
141 WiTe4l. 7 . • • • .
A large stook at • .
E 0 1 41114 MiTgD GOODS
examles.ear "owe% *id •we
PAillttP l Ki t °,lM3Y*Pft, to 101 4 111 ted•
Lo Eli ltatliplit. CO
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
HENRY H. COLLINS,
-a - tting.
100 WOOD STREET.
STOCKINGS AND ; GLOVES,
Dots, Bonnets and Sundown,
HOOP SKIRTS, FANSiHAIR GOODS,
Paper Goods, Linen thindkerehiefs,
SIININIER EINDE RGARBIXINTS,
: :-- P-LAIN STAR SHIRT-S,
PANTY SHIRTS, • NECK TIES
Sill RT. ?RUNTS, SUSPEND ERS, BEzirs, 9gs t. su Ai E
_ z E YR SHAWLS. LACES,' ..'
nd a full lige of
• NOTIONS OF. FURY , DESCR IPTION
r . • ' AT ;;
.. , .;
Wholesale and . :Retail.
Stockalways complete and fair prices. Whole•
sale / Agints for MERSEROLE & LIBBY'S supe-
Vidr make of PAPER COLLARS. Trade sup
plied at Factory Prices. • - •
- Merchants can save , time'and money by t`sort
log up" from our stock. . . . .
JOSEPH 110 Rn. & CO.
. . .
77- AND 79 I,iII.IIET STREET.
•33-5 - . • 1
NEV ,SPIIINU GOODS
Hoßux ec CARLISLE'S
Nor 27 Fifth Avenue ;
Dress Triramings and Buttons. •
Embroideries and Laces.' •
• Ribbons and Flowers. • •,
Hats and Bonnets.
(Hove fitting and. French Corsets.
New Styles Brit ley, s Skirts.
Parasolz.—all the new'styles.
* Sun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for • 'Harris' Seamless Kids." •
Spring and Summer underwear, • ,
Sole Agents tor the Bemis Patent Shape Col
.E•Lockwood's "Irving," "West End,"
"Elite;" &c ; "Dickens,"• "Derby," and other
, Dealers supplied with the above at '
MAORMA & CARLISLE, .
New and Handsome Designs,
*NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH 477/0711E,)
Embracing a lshe and carefully selected 'trick
of the newest designs tom the FINEST STA24IO
- BOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to tlie trade. All of which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. B. HUGHES & BRO
mt=:g4l " •
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
W. P. MARS'S
. kMir WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,l f.
. INEAB, HARJU. ' T,!
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. mh
PEARL 11111 FAIRY - F1101111„
.PEARI - 811314. Three Btu Green Braid. eituld to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
This Floor will oust oe sent out when espe
PEARL- 11111 L SLUE MUSE. _
. ___Egnol to best Pt. Loa.'
/*EMIL 11111pLI• EZD BEARD,
nal t 4
WEITZ COEN IMO AND CORN MEAL.
L T. KENNEDY &8R0.,.
s tue d hen 7 . Bes. 9.1868., -Rama. Dina.
ROME. 'THE .I BABY,
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.'
1 11111M:um aft ' .
MADaimberaufl liltatuss funtme. . Mt.
J' • Et:Erelkiiit r 'llOl4. 11.1"AITZEBOA.
zavEtty, agad-la 41.111)-
COAMISUON . ST.A.III.XB
COB. 61~A ITEAVE 1s LIBBBTI A 4,;
P/I ". i rT i '
OS , N ,rwArit libli_Voladar
d i 0. Diammd mftet, ma
burgh, elae T w in CII AllZ u ri City
,00 reetalparfiral , . 10. had
fil , k4ll o d. Labe bat, !Iliad.
H doek.and Also. large
:a u alag salmi.; Lake nib, Wawa, Bask
.. i bteraeolt, ilta, e•SMaxlaaw Trout, thlea
• enabler= at Millman market- Waco)
wbolesale or recall. We Larne all layers o
Fresh Fish to ere as • call, sad we wlll blur
them a trash sib=
. • -DR. .WILLTrIER___ _
qußTiri, TaiIoTKEAT A'
private diseseein tatdr in all Its torn,'
,nr diseases, an& e tots of mere
I completely- eradlentorrhes, og - 4
nal Weaknesa-tand wpOtaite7. resulting- -
self-abote or ottertanses, and which pro
acme or the I 'ol/Owing effects, its blotenes, 1 . ...
'wealrnese„ Indigestion, contuteptlen. it, v ersa; ''
society, iminiusliztess.: drawl of fat et - '
rmemory, indolence. nocturnal emiti,
and finally so prostraMit the simnel system
' tendeCipardsue,,inisaMiacitoryi end' the*
i l lg a deit i o Pertmenild curet Penal ;
II wi • here r rmy o ardel este, is
or longstanding armUtotional cormorant cl
give the Doctor a trial; . • he never.rals. ' ,-,
A.parMenlar attentioren toad - remaice.
glainta; Lelionea Or ites.;iSalling, I.",
snai r l Or Ailotr
tepoit=om.f tl x i i ilNVoinh. 1- I: r4k
Priag = ill AM
men:. arid Manilla' or — EMU= ess, are r
ed wink the greatest somas& , i r V:
~-• ii3preed,freviclattt,WA ghysirmus who col
hiMleit egclasivelY 011ie ansfilof a eertali , ..i
' or •msftses end belie thousands of cases r ,
, yorm i awl acq muster Anil In that apt
s Zle Ildiocr r.,-
4 0 , ova lnatbspositton of ve, , , - ;
lit7iPairliaadiatasearthiltoin be had free aim' -
or. ..... 1 10.4.40., itrsealed enve - ..1
• ''senten vontaint instrueuen to t.l
'and bottle= to , detemthse th.l
-t nature ;atm ° t eem casings.. ):
The . Wag glen ' a:apprising ten. 0 '
is cen Ati It Is not convent.. ,
)11OP -, eitrst thO Doctrops opinion can r.:
tame Orghring a writtea,atatement of th.' r;
and. amiss can'be Mtwamed by retail Vs
gress. - .lic atiMa aostartesa„ bzi r ivej i a pa)
ssaretitagad l teuttl7 . 10 . ,.. 7 .
e s ere 7 Mantras rag'. ire ,
lot the ticOosoln ti r Moth glitients ttp -,1
&Durmast. connected witlitha °Moe that's -.:
, decti with every „regnlAnt that is ellicidi.
proolote. r : m3?•,:- moi ed,stra. Amtiresedirmrma. are Prepar ed i
f Ilontor, , sArrAlkbori s , under his perm.
pervhdofti r Wrmicaipamphlets at omce i,
ay mail mrttwo storm*
_BO natter oda
tailed, read what he says. mars 9a-sit. l' - ' 4
Sundays Lia is. tour. w. Mace. No. la. ''. , ' I
=BEAT, (near . Court Homo_ fittgb.,::,,,..,2,„
1 cup 2:
• •k• o
40 : 1 .PA M 2
Igcl z ;
002 W c 0
,4 - 141
Er r i . a
c* 0. t gt 3
• IE II4 9.4 rk `•
NEV 7 SPRING GOODS
AT - •
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS'
87 Iffark4 Street.. . '
Prints, Muslin% . - Dress dood ,
SILKS, B AWLS:
FULL LINE OF
• 87. MARKET STREET,.
C ARR lL iti t t a S Co al ., )
WHOLESALE DEALEES IN :
Foreign and Domestic Dry ticod
Sto. 94 WOOD MEET • •
Third door above Diamond
PIANOS, ORGANS, &C.
:BSTTH AND E BEST
fichomaeker's Gold Nodal Plan
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN:
The ~13C110.11.A.C• S Elt PIANO combines all f
latest tvaittable improvements known In the
struCtlon of a first class Instrument, and has
ways' been_ awarded the highest Premium
finned. Its tone Is fall, sonorous and sweet. g
workmanship, for dwrabillty and beauty, sum
idlxithens. Prices from sem to $3.50. (accord. ,
to style and (Wish, cheaper than all Other
called first class Piano.' •
zwrzYls carr.A. , az ORG&R
Stands' at the head of alb reed instruments.
produting the moat perfect plpeguality of
of any similar 1 -- fument In the - United Stai
nis simple and compact in construction,
not liable to set out at order.
CARPENTEWIS PATENT " VOX' H11M.A.;.;
TIM&OLO" is only to imr found in this Org:
Price from * lO9 to 4560: AE, guaranteed for
BARB, LUKE •EiIitrETTLET4
No. is ST. CLAIR STREET.
Sl/tinter's for tuning and repairing will
promptly attended to by' C. F. Mathews.
WINES. LIQUORS ; &o.
SCHMIDT & FRIDA'.
INFORTEES OF ,4
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, 'it
WHOLESALE DEALERS lIIi
409 PENN STREET.
Rave ltentoyed t
NOB. 384 AND 8f36 PENN
Cor. Eleventh St., (formerly Can,:
t iOnxtrit S. FINCH& CO ! ,
Noe. 165, 187,189, 1912 /93 and 19t,'
1 1 1318 T STREET, pjTTBBQgbH , ;
Copper INEIAIed .Pure Rye Whls
Aldo. dialarefn FOBZIGN WINES and'
QUOWS. HOP& acT: ,
Northweefeorner of West Common. AUegl.,
• - irRLSWIR -ATV/TEA & CO.
Rave 011 hand etprepare on sbar; notice H
and Step *ones, Flags for dldewalks. Br€.l
yens, ae. Head 'and Texab Stones, &s.
eaten inromtithr iir!scratelL Pekes rosier.,