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Two budsigneked from the tree:
Two birdies flown from the nest;
Two little babe& snatched-
From a fond mother's breast; •
Two little snow-white lambs
Gone from the sheltering fold;
Two little narrow graves
Down In the churchyard cold.
—tirowing.hs a purer air.. -
Blooming fragrant aad.bright ,
In the Great Gard; IWO' ' .
Two little tender biros . ;
Two little snow-white-111M' •.
In the 4crod Sheptkerd'is arm. -
Two little angels more. • •
Singing with voices sweet, • . ;
Flinging their crows:s of goi ,
Down .t . their Saviour's feet.- -
Fs•re Porn a I earth'y care. -
Pure from all earthly stain—
Oh, who con,d wish them hack
In this drearirorld again ?
Logtin is st Lon ;,Brandt.
-George Alfred Townsend is in New
York. • : •
" Scott•Siddons 'will make Amet-'
lea her home.
—Jerusalem and Pails are throne.ed
with; Americans. " • ,
of , yrance, pTopopes to visit
.A 3 nriC a n e?" YO r .. ,
-Sodium b now Abed for matches in=
stead of phosphorus.
—A Boston balloon carried its ptissen
- forty idles I two h
gets n Olars.
—A. shower og snakes; occurred _areal
taneonsly in sayeralmuthern localities.
—The ladies are moving to introduce
Chinese Servant girls - into`the eastern
.. • . r
.'-Henry Yard Beecher announces that
he will 'not lecture during the coming
—Mrs. B. will return to
iurope. immediately. Mr. Raymi:adleft
no will. .
=Four dollars a day with board is said
to the pay of agricultural ; laborers in
Illinois. ~ • • •,
—Beecher thinks that the 14300 paid
yearly for floweri for his pulpit is a good
—Stewart named Butterfield-for Mats.
tent Treasurer at New York. The Pres;
defend.% the grammar of hi s
letter of acceptance, which, he says, "I
think Was Very well wrote." —
' —Tennessee is rejoicing over the fact
tbat.,.thacradk . Qf Sta te la a pecuniary
point of view re not altogether gone.
—Groom.7s, bride 15; one rich, tother
pobr,'6lgts)}ip'_pf eleven hours; love, on
sight, lath:elated . SavannaliZsensation,
—Dana saps le,- still admirea Grant.
The latter will feel pleased that the . great
encyclopedian has not withdriwn his'
love. _ .
—Temnessee has employed 20,000 Chi
.nese plantation hands. How John and
Bambo will work together remains to be
—Lonii NaPolean is credited with hav
ing saki lately that, "at 'Present France
only acknoteledges-Bonipartists and rev.
elation - lats." •
lishermaii of Savannah sold his
wife for sixty bunches of fish, worth
thirty dollars. :The' wife was \ a willing
party to the fiCaly triussaction.
t'. Blair lign worse odor than
ever with loyal soldiers of the late stinks.
His dernigueisni tit exhibited in his speech
at Long . Branch was sickening; but Ilia
friends,say he"was wine heavy.
—The honorary degree of Master of
Arts was conferred by Union college, at
thc; late corunteneement, upon Col. ;3:
Townsend Cohnoly. of Gov. Marian's
Staff andluditor of finance of New York
• —A number of tobacconists of Rich.
. mond struck .because a blacknoan was
taken into the factory as a cigar maker.
'The_ proprietors brought color to the
faced' of the strikers,. by hiring colored
workmen to:fill their'places.
—A daughter of General Albert Pike ,
at Memplps, killedherself accidentally by
falling asleep in bed with an uncorked
bottle of aholorform in her hand. the
,'Contenti gpilled ontover her breast and
shewasAtind dead in the Morning.
—Mr. Probasco's private residence at
1- Cluelnuatilis one of thefinest in America,
sad bkworlM" °fut. Painting, statuary and
cabinets of rare curiosities, is unsurpass•
ed. by Many. :the "owner is one of the.
Most gelid cmirteocut'gentlempn of'
—The Presertf year' barks :the -centenY
ial midst:rutty of the invention of damn.
In 1761/i It'petent for the new loondensiog ,
petit boa granted : to an obsCureperso4
one. Wait by nam.er hence the,eivilizatiOn
, Lof thii entrant year of.gr.4e, Its vrottder. •
ladnatrlea, ,odlly comforts, leisure'
mad humanities, , •
' 3ffilwatikee. paper' remittds P. Fi;
that When. he le ft that city some
• yeassago to seek his fortune, he lino:mine•
. ed that We - shou . ld come back again when
? -he had 'gains apochet full of, ocks, and:
done ,4 •Fxbyttldos totmike the -World re-'
:40ct "I - now
• gills spoi-ht.lillbOre,tOcomathobe.
Vil,,ctter-trkythetutelita Offend , tinsuu7
~---.41i1J01.1007.4414,06 tare an d valpablg
eitpteami.la t i All LW pit: nek , eps
: -, lstenesid otiketavfl77B;betag the waft
coitneßopd pe ofGea' & r bur St.
Qf, r 011140;1417*101rAh, are a 740 be, eo
) hetiteen 444 - the ebtxMokiMitninib'Prllext
itu i for the beriefitralbeiniit,ori^Or
( '`lklndetikle'::e.oafiie u at UM
fx:*titittiontd A lr titithingtolivirt 40 7, is
17 4 teadled by;the unlyal hp New • York;
front Europe, on Wednesd ay ' ,
'orthati w ho been sAr
ever;lnvalid since the period mentioned,
and is supposed to be the sole survivor
of that ill-fated coralnzny. „ Who were
the guilty parties in this, one of the dark-
Sit deeds in our history, has, singularly
never been discovered. \
—Talent is any profession \k3 about as
much appreciated and as well paid for in
this country aa, in any other. For in
stance, in the musical line, choir singers
who grumble at their salaries should lead
the - London - Husioz/ Times. They will
see there that a soprano is wanted at a
_London, c 1 4c , 419“.P-Prq-$9,9A7" YeFi
Eton College , WaritS for its choir a solo
alto, with a powertul !Ace, familiar with
Green's, Croft's and. Pnrcell's anthems,
to sing twice every day of the week, , for
£lOO a year; and chorister boys are
Wanted at,,salaries ranging from £2 to
ahnum, including schooling, but
xe.}n„sive of board or lodging , . ; /
+-A mother'slove only equale4 • by a
mother's generosity. One thciusand
btrthe Nolumes of \ the library st! I
the Dayton (Ohio) ' National Mili
tary Asylum is the donation of Mrs.
Mary, Lowell Putman, of Boston, s bone-
Actress who has never been semi at the
'asylum, but who has sent her library pre..
'paid, to the door, every' voldnie stamped'
I"Putnam Library,"' and `beiind in the
best style. Accompanying, the books,
were a number of fine 'foreign chromes,
framed ready for hangingispon the walls.
'The‘gift is mother's tribute.to her only
i song Charles Lowell Butnami who was
killed at the battle of Bari Bluff, and
whose photograph ornaments the case of
—The latest - ocean mystery, the loss of
the steamship United Kingdom, is yet un
raveled., Oa the 29th of April, six days
after the'lanited Kingdom sailed, the City
of Paris reported icebergs and heavy gales
In neighborhood of Cape Race. Itis
possible that the U nited Kingdom per
ished jismid these: sides, and probably
from'collision with an iceberg.; It is hard
to give np hope, but we are not left any
foundation on which
_longer to lean - .
Like the Hibernia,'"ortutinful memory;
the - United Kingdom hits,* doubt; gone
down; but unlike the Hibernia; has, in
canied. with her her en
tire living freight: !It is, In fact, another
terrible sea tragedy all` the more terri
ble, in trnth, i that no one has survived to
tell the tale. •
BEECHES ON EARLY MARRIAGES.
At no after period,- perhaps, in their
life; do young men need the inspiration
of virtuous love, and the sympathy of a
contpanion iii their acif-denYing toil, as
when they first enter the battle for their
own support. Early marriages are per
manent Moralities, and deferred mar
riages are temptations to Wickedness.
And yet every year It becomes more and
more difficult, Concurrent with the reign
ing ideas of society; for young 'men to
enter "upon that matrimonial state which
is the proper guard "of their virtue, as well
as the source of their courage and enter
prise.' The battle of life is almost always
at the beginning. There it is that a man
needs wedlock. But a wicked and ridic
ulous public sentiment puts a man who is
in society, or out of society; for that mat
ter. largely on the ground of condition,
and not of disposition and charac
ter. The man that has means where
with he can visibly live amply, is in
good society, as a general rule. The
man that has virtue and sterling manli
ness, but hat nothing withal ,external to
show, is not usually considered in good
society. Arab/firms young men will not,
therefore, Marry until they can meet their
expneses; but that is deferring for years
and years the indispensable virtue. So
ciety lashed where two cannot live cheaper
than one; and young men are under bad
influences who, when in the very morn
ing of life, and better fitted than at any
.later period grow together with one
who is their: : equal and mate, are debarred
from marrying, through scores of years.
from mere prudenital consideration; and
the heart and life are sacrificed to the
pocket. , They are; tempted to substitute
ambition.for loye; when set last, over the
ashes and expiring embers of their early.
rorduice, theyselect their wife, It la said
that men who wait till they are,forty or
forty-five years of age, select pr udently.
Alas! for the wife who was not; firm a,
sweetheart! Prudence' is good; but
Tradence servant or queen ?
Prudence Is good"; but what is prn
deuce? It is the dry calculation ot the
head leagued with Ma- petiketl is there
no prudence in taste, nor prudence in the
inspiration ot generous love? Is there no
prudence in the faith by which, banded,
two young persons go down into the
struggle of life, saying e ;Tome weal;
come woe, come storm; come calm; love
is a match for circumst!inces, and we will
Le all-to leach other!! Woe be. to:the,
society in which the customs and manners
of the times extendbeyond the period of
romance and affetzkut of:the wedding.
You bayeadiourned;the:most important•
secular act of a man'tllfe. You have
adjourned it gut of Eden into the wilder- -
;lidst.'- l rlie,Rtrit nest`" infected : ( and even
women. - fall) With the :Public, - spirit, too
OftetrWilta to Vg•iriiPeji h'ithase Wild' can
placeherjigain,ln tboYery beglipihkg of
*6 broken off as branch f the pa
ternal tree. Bit a graft align d always
be' willing to be i'gratt, aid - wait till it
Criti make Its ownidpby legitimate grow. I
Int- And woe 16 jaieday 'Yi4en every
,girl - says; marq • until my
.ii the begigriing has at much as,
`myhadaf the' - .end of hi `life.'! .
For she—what is she? ' Who 'wan if' that
aultiter,ftaitt a shower of:gold? r Who
eterlit saw-math the Ligpwailhe Whose
, heart:; la .:mon by i :abundance; she
.who - t bought Lint° -,imatrimony by:
r house, and •Mad ;1; she • who , marten'
for genteel wealtit•-she it is ;that /bpi*:
iseducant.tby •gold. 'Foe -au - wedlock ;it
adulterous-. in which it is not:. thaitel4..
..that inspires.. marriage. Noble •Is that,
pning,spirlte w high, seeing, 'ant loving,
'and' chasing, aid silently. ,biding her;
choice; is. won.and ::chosen,;: and giving'
herself freely,. romantically, if you: Will'
(God be thanked for .the rorianee,).
down to the.leiel of her , husband's mot;'
inguess and poverty,;. that she and he'
may;'hands, from the bottain
bnildAtp their esteto./ Blessed is the.
won= who sees that in going dim' etil
PITTSBURGH. GAZETTE: TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1869,
is goffig ney and that it is the losing of
life that sales it. Blessed is the woman
who - carries with her into married life all
that, she learned in the refinement other
father's family; who proves'. that sheds a
woman in this: thatgentleness apidinalse
and abundance, and luiarjevett, minis-
tered to the better parts of her nature,
and prepared her to go forth and minister
earnestly and permanently in the midst of
difficulties. Thousands there ere who,
when wide ' they are called, and know
their master, Love, go cheerfully out
with the young man and take part and
lot with him. Oh, that young men would
trust themanore, and prove them better '
and" seelf this' is not so. ' How noble a
thing it is to see the cultured, the tail.
ished, and the refined, go down to the
very, beginning of things, led by love:,
fed by love, and at last rewarded by level
Live together alone, if you have to go
into the desert for it, and feed on herbs!
: bhor Sodom and Gomorroh—or board
to* houses! Men sometimes speak of the
, ea re.and pinched fare. These are un
i wor yor notice. It is not these. It is
that /men learn self-indulgence there.
learn there not to be house holders.
And all - that various ' discipline, all that
ministration of care, and all that drill of
contrivance, all that social Independence,
all that subtle atmosphere, indescribable
and unatialyzable, which belongs to the
solitary household, they miss. No man
and wOman can make husband and wife,
hr er and mother, and .householders on
the attern of their fathers, who begin
and continue their married limit hot-bed
styl of existence. And yet they are un-`
will ng to take a house that they can
affo ; and they cannot afford to take the
house they fain would live in, because
itirniture is so dear, and virtue Is cheap;
because society requires a certain amount
of appearance, you know; because it
would not do to go to the outskirts of the
town! A log cabin is better for young
married people than the Fifth Avenue
Hotel would be, if they had the whole
of it for nothing 1 What you get for
nothing is least valuable to you of any
thing. What you earn is all value.
Under these influences, thewhole life is
written in the wrong key. Men having
started on tke false principle, they do not
get over it. They are perpetually tempted
to overlive by their very affections. If
there is anything that an honorable and
sensible man's nature leels and cannot
stand, it is the silent comparison, on the
part of the wife,
by a look, even, of the
way in which she did live, and the way
in which she does live. How does this
drive men into dishonesties ? How does
it drive them out of simplicity and out of
bold willingness to live according to their
circumstances ? How does it teach them
to live for other people's eyes and not for
their own itcbial needs ? How does it
teach the m to be more subject to vanity
than love ? Such life Is hollow. Osten
tation takes the place of sincerity, and
so, ere long, a man is educated to be a
rogue, and steals. And woman takes on
unvirtue, because that pays the bill of
extravagance quicker than anything else.
—Byrne:A Church Sermons.
Luck and • Labor.
Indolent people are : the only 'true disci
ples of luck, and luck alone is their god.
They are always suresomething is going
'to "turn up"_ for tteir benefit, and-there
fore wait is idleness, with "folding of
hands," while the industrious, with strong
and sharp will, go manfully to work and
"turn up" something from the most un
Luck slew pa on the hope of a legacy to
morrow, breakfasts on disappointment,
and sits out the day in cold and hunger,
still waiting for the fortune that labor
achieves by sturdy blows and ,well.di
vetted efforts. Ttie ringing ham Mer, and
the busy pen, are Paying the foundation
of competence, while indolence fosters
misery and crime.
Luck is simply the bantling of the
most precarious chance, while' labor is
the all-powerful god of success, that over
leaps every obstacle, and conquers the
world in detail..
Luck whines.' Labor whistles. Luck
relies on the turn of a card. Labor on
sturdy blows and honesty of purpose.
Luck slips downward to penury. Labor
strides upward to independence. Luck
makes the outcast and the criminal.
Labor the man of substance and the
Labor is despised by none but fools.
It is the true friend of rich and poor alike,
and merits the humble duty ofemery son
and daughter of God. •
BEFORE these modern days of dictiona
ries and spelling books, the best educated
people wrote the English language In
various odd fashions. The autograph
lette7 of kings, queens, and school
dre.u, and those of the most famous liter
ary people are not much better. A. re.
markable specimen of this sort of bad
spelling, is a letter written a little more
than a century ago by the mother of
Washington, which has recently been sold
atauction in Baltimore. It is as follows:
"this Coma •by Capt Nickelson you
Seem blew me for not writing to you
but I\ dog a shonr you it is Note for
-Wante of a wiry great Regard far you and
the family but. as I dont, ship tobacco the
, Captins -Never , Calls one me, eon that I
Never knew when the come or when the
goe I beleve yon have got very good
overseer at this quarter now Can New.
ton hag taken a Large pease of , grbuna
irbm you which I dear 'say' if you had
`been. hear yottr self it had not beeri Don
Mr: Daniel and bia wife \ and is
well ;Cozen Hannah has been married and
L.Jather husband She has one c hild boy
give my love to . Sister -. B all and Mr.
..Dawnman & his Lady and am •Hcar
Brother, 4 - • \
"Your Loving' Slater \
. "MART WABnIRO'roN."
4 Yet Mr s . 'Washington was esteemed
one of the first ladies of :Virginia i Times
change, and fashions change with them.
:Th/A1:1 ' Mint. —"Have you ever"mad the
"'..fill'elent Mariner'? vied Bev. ' Mr.
SPurgeon, one day - of his' congregation.
dare say you thought It one /of the
strangest imaginationa:ever pot;together,
especially, that part where the old mariner
- Tepresen's the corpses of all dead • men
rising' up to man the' ship—dead men
pulling - the roam dead/men 'steering,
r spreading sidle. I thought'
hat_ a strange Idea / that was. - But do
Irbil 'know hate lived to - tee that time !
have lived. to sealt doge I I have'gone
, OtutrehOs, -and I have wpm a dead :
man in the pulpit adeadecum as a deacon,
and , a dead. man banding the plate, and
; dead men sitting to • hear. " „ •
tt, eueitials—ntogr,toh lop e, andPPilleSi
‘ooothing 1 4 C 1 1 Seea
imietiiing,to . f o r.
huanticiarersik,4lll96lesak De* Di
Lamps, Lanterns,- Chandeßefs,
AND LAMP _GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND DUBBICATINO QUA
No. 147 Wood Street.
ze2:1122. Between iftti aII4 tieb AveAtu..,
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1 .; : ,,i , t t.L. .7-..,A,K,4t. ia,~a
I. ' • It 1 TT4 , 1 4124 / 2 00.,0 11 '
x , .4 4 'i' , l: l * t., I * j !': ,4:...k0 .1.j...P
I ' WtSY t i . 1a14L46 N"tiV.titNt .. 4
Wu ire now
l'utters lt, Is
the plain top,
tho canter, and
thu top of the C
It is Cleo:rip 'Distinctly and Permanently
. , .
by merely pl \ Inc the name of the trait the
can contains op oslte the pointer and sealing In
the customary annex. No preserver of fruit or
good housekee r will use any other after once
seeing t. 1 \ • , mh2s
PIPES, CHIMNEY TOPS, &c.
OIRMINST TOPS ..
I..4large assortment, \
• • HANBY H. COLLIAS:
, \ ;
spit:hal 21 AOO2llO, n'e,ar Smithfield St
We offerntß•tall, f , r 'THIRTY DAYS CiNLY
a tine ot. New and choice Patterns
English` Tapestry, Brussel9, 'lngrain,
. and Other Carpets,
AT LESS TIIA.N COST OF IMPORTATION.
and our entire stork st prices which make it All
object 1 ,2 1, buy this month, as these goods have
never peen offered so low.
Oar Store will close rt. 3 P. E. until September
No. 71 in 73 115211 AVENUE,
jy:i:S±T (St eond Floor)
NEW. CAI PE
BOVARD, ROSE do CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
We Are now °perdue' an assortment unparalleled
in this city of FINEST
VELVETS BRUSSELS THREE-PL S,
- The Very Newest Deers,
Of oar ort recent IC:lncitation and selectedfroes
eastern itiannfactarers. , ,
MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED
VERY SUPERIOR :
QUALITY AND COLORS. :
An Extra ',Quality of lii, Cariet.
o .ltay the 21720.
'3Fe are now Wing m 19.7 of the abate at
CIREATII REDUCED PRICES.
51' /Ors Jrnrinv.,
OLIVER reIANTOCK CO.
HAVE JUST REGEHRO A
FINE SEIMCTION pF
maz lOW Atigeßtinit OF •
, • ,
WHITE, dila a FANCY
FOR BUMMER WEAR,
VIM MT! ,
. • -
STOCK FULL IN A 4, O,f.P,AOTMENTS
orang lIIAMINTOOK a
r qi_f I iLO ij:
prepe.red to t7nppliTlnn'ersend
perfect, simple, and us cheep as
eying the whets of the renews
Upon the cower, radiating from
rt index or pointer (damped upon
SPECIAL SALE OP\
DIcIMUAAND &' COLLINS.
63 I # 2 K *VPUZ'
TRIM:MINOS, NOTIONS, &C.
NRIV SPRING. 'GOODS
. . v
MACRUNt CARLI SLE'S
- leo. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Euttons.
. Xptilace,4gneo and Laces.
lista and Bonnets.
Glove fitting and French Corsets.
New Styles Brae ley's Slats.
Parasol .• . -7i1:1 the new styles.
bun and Rain Cmbrellas.
llosiery—tbe best English snakes.' •
Ag , ate for "Harris' Seamless EWE"
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents tor the Bemis Patent Shape Col.
Lars. "Loekwood's "Iriihe," "West End,"
••it I ' ,ke; "Dickens," "Derby," and other
styles. - • •
Dealers supplied with the above at
MANUFACTURERS' PRI,CF.S. ,
MAO UM dr= • CARLISLE,
• wico. -27
' PAPERS, •
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(1:4,LII FIFTH AVINIIII,7
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest deafens 1.1 om the FINEST STAMP-
Ell GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at pidoes ttuit
will pay buyers to examine. • ,
\ JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
mh=gril. - 4 -
TIIE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
WI P. MARSHALL'S
NEW BALL" PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty. Streil,
• \ (NEAR HAREET,)
SPRING GOCD3 ARRIVING DAILY. mIIS,
- SUMMER RESORTS.
- 1%.1s Fayorite SIIMIIter Resort,
Pitnated on the Summit' of the ALLEGHENY
1101 , NTAINS, 2,200 FRET AUUVI! THE
LEVEL OF THE ,EA. will be open fertile re•
ception of' guests on the 111th clay of JUNE.
I he buildings connected with the v.tablisliment
have beep evtirely renovated and newly famish
ed.- Extursion Ti kets told by the Pennsylvania
itairresd; at Pllll.4elphia. Haerleburg and Pitts
burgh, good or the season. Alt trains atop at
reason. Tr u FUNNIsH Gil COTTAGES FOR
RENT. For further information, addrets
GEO W. MULLIN, Proprie'or,
et eason Spdags, Cimbrla'county, Pa
CAPE MAY, N. J.
Will open on the - 24th of JUNE, 1889. This
hotel has been erected within the Past year; af
fords ample accommodation for nearly one thou
and guests and Is tarnished equal to any:of the
leading hotels In the 'United atates. •
Porfterms, ae., untll then. address.
PETER GARDNER, Proprietor,
No. 301 Walnut street' Philadelphia.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
CAPE MAY CITY, N. J.,.
Will be opened for the season SATURDAY. May
SRlth. In all first class apeotarments, equal
say and yerAdordlnyt to rambles all the comforts,
of a ii.nne. President Uraut expects to visit;
Cape May this season and will atop at the "United: .
States.' Address,. • ,•
my21:1104 AARON MILLIER. Proprietor.
GLAIEM CIUNAL. CUTLERY
100 'WOOD STREET.
ELI ;Mr - GOODS.
01 FINE - VASES,
41 .s soinutuust a u CWNA.
• DLS2III2. 811111 ks
418MOISING BXTB, m ,T
surge stook of
t*SIiTER PLATED GOODS
• 441444 osonOn goOds,;,
fed mania no one e nee d t o r suited.
Re Z. 11103313 . CCI.I
leer - WOOD STREET..
tEMIL AIL- FAIRY' RAUL
lvja.ll2.llElLt l'brep Mar Breud i , equal ta
"RENON !AMILY SLOUR.
a rpAeurviu =at, se* out :when eape
MILIMIL MILL SLIM amiuni, •
irgAzil Jazz, gibut u t u "ll4 s ttungs.
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JUST OPENED, N
THEODORE E PHILLIPS', \
o , 87 Market Street.
Prints, Muslim, Dress Goods,
FULL LINE. OP.'
S 7. STREET. S.
CARR, NcCAkiiirDLESS & CO.,
(Late Wilson, Carr Co.,) '
. WHOLESALE, LINAIAREI IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Gods,
No. 94 WOOD FiTRE.r.r.
Third door above Diamond they.
PIANOS. ORG,A.NS, C.
B uy T. HE ol im ifia dir 2 CHEAP•
EST Sehomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND . ESTEYI . COTTAGE ORGAN.
The .FICILOKA.CXZEt PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known In the eon• ,
attraction of a first class Lustrument. and has al- '
ways been awarded the big hest premium ex
hlblted. Its tone is fall. sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for durabili O tyand beauty, surpass
aU others. Prkes from a to' 415 O. ( accoing
to style and finish.) cheaper than all other so
e ailed flirt eases Plano. •
ESTEY , ti COTTA.OE ORGAN • -
Stands at the head of all reed InStroments. In
producing the most perfect plrequallty of tone
of any similar Instrument In the United States.
It la simple and compact in construction. and
not thou. to get out ot order.
CA.P.PENTES , I3 , PATRbIT " VOX HITALANA:
TIW..MOLO" Is mix- to be foend tine Orwiu
Price from 11100 to gamitutee4 for Ave
BARR Y HUTCH & METTLE% •
• wo. ia sr. CLAM SfiftEET.`
-ferl.rciers for tuning ;and renalrlnsc, will bb
promptly attended to br C. F. Mathews.
WINES. LIQUORS, &c.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
z apouTEss OF
Writit'S l . .. BIIANDIES,:..GIk:'::::4IC...t.:
WHOLESALE DEALERS za
PURE BY WHISUES,
409 PENN STREET:
Rave Removed to
NOS. 35&4 836 PENN,
Cor ' .lr.levei4t4 St., (torixterly Canal.)
JOSEPH S. FINCH Oti
Nos.'lBs. 113;159, 191, 193 sad,M,
IrDIBT STBZET. •P/TTSBUEBII;
mAzrcriPacrtarrauli or - •
Caper lOstißed Pere Rye Wblskey.•;:
Also, dealers 111. FOREIGN WIPTIA sad Ll-1
QUOREL HOPS. /to. - . esets.ner
Mackin.' Stone Works
',Horthwest oOrnera-West COntroos AANbeny.
ATVATHAS i CO.
as,. on hand 'or im p lore on snort Subs Hearth
and Step Stones, tbr Sidewalks, Mower?
Varna, he. Head an Tomb Stones, ab 4.
Ortilant TtreplUtt4ll/ OrWCOßrie. P 1461.11 Immennataii-
• DR. IWITIMItEt
- CITECIIIES TREAT 41AL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its forms v isili
n diseases mod toe effects of mercury Aire
completely eradicated; Spermatorrhea or Semi- •
nal Weakness and impotency, resulting Iremr.
self-Mose or other =uses, and•which produces
some atria following effects. as• bloteneh 4:
wealtneSs, indigestion, consumption, avast=
society, unmanliness, dread ot, feting ;erten
:loss of =MOM Ludolence, nocUrnel
and Smelly se prostrating the sentialaystern as be: .
render marriage unsatisfactory, and therelOsel
imprudent, are permanently cured Persons 0f..1
Mated with these or any other delicato lutricalm
or long standing coestitirtional combiMnt shouttli•
gW. the Doctor a trial; believer falls. =7 :
A partbmlar attentiongive rs to all Female
plaints, Leurerrhea or Whites, Falling,
motion or Ulceration of the Womb;
*melt's, Anienorrtitea.'• Iffenorrlusgts, Dysme&T,
torrhoe4 andbterility rie Barrenness, are treat`
• ed with the greatest success,
' It is seif.eVident that a physician who continikel
himself exelesively tothe study et a Certain Clattj,
Of diseases and treats thousands of cases every: l .
liSquire greeter Attila that aperialtyi
one in general practice. \
e Doctor' publishes a medical pamphle t
elq Msaeathat gees St fell expsgsltlon of verserea;t
mu private diseases, that can be bad free at olhea:.l
enamel' for two stomps; in sealed envelopes,
Bye sentence contain' tnetinetkm to the at •
and enabilog them to determine the pro;
else nature of tharnomplalp in
The -• estatelebasent, gem g • tea ample
Immo la (would. if i tezl i t not 0011Teldent \
Visit Me clew, the opinion can be ob
came ; wo rst a written statement of the case
and cos can be forwarded by mall or en
press. sem. Lisstaisees„ however, : ; persona ,
sgarranetion ' absoletely nessisary while I
' , others daliypenonal attention %%p rod, ari. j. l
tir the ageommodation clinch mitten there arT_t•
imertmeets coaseeted with the Meet at art
*Med with llRMl___requisite that Is cal
..ressieste ve, including - at
baths. All . prescriptions are, prepared. in thr
• Doctors Owe latwratosy, nutlet his personal su
Derrislort. Medical pamphlets at °Moss free,
by mall thr two etamps. No matter.who bev;' , . •
galled, read what he says. • Hours 9 A.M. '
!Sand ill to Br. Y , OleeOlo. 9 WYL I , .
NYM =. Went Court .10reeest =tlabolllh rat: