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A 6CHOOL•GIRL OF THE PERIOD:.
Geography ? Yes. tberes a lesson each day,
Hut Its awfully hard to remember.
We've been in month Africa nearly a month;
Perhaps we'll go not th_ t 2 y. blovember,
What Ilittory have we.? Its quite big book.
Without any pictures— , bObotherl
To-day I. was told I'd sustained a defeat
Intheinittle olr-somelling Orotheri
Arithmetic? oh. its tbe bane of my life
matter bow hard I may study,
My knowledge of diAden de. fractions and rules
Continues unchangeably muddy.
Proficient in spelling? I hope that I am,
Thougn I shine less as writer than talk r;
And due' t mln , i confessing now ofLett 1 use •
A p3cket edition rt Walker.
I We'vempoio ? Of course.once aweek—
'ac"' a t a ult subject to-mor. ow!
Manage to spin out a page and a half,
Though lots of glrls copy and borrow.
you ask me whichiesson of all pref r?
Y.. think my reply-, unite alarming •
In "'Mach we've a gent 1 man readier you know,
Andlsomelow Its perfectly coarming: for
'EDGAR F.avrCiar, in' liarper'a blagszlne
lowa expects to gain three Represents;
Lives by the next apportionment.
Tint Avondale Relief Fund at Phila.
delphia, up to Monday evening, amounted
'Tun Tennessee Legislature will meet
on the 15th proximo, and the election for
United States Senator will take place on
WALLA. WALLA, 'Washington Terri
tory, reports marriages and divorces in
equal numbers, and alternating with as
TwENTY.TwO HUNDRED barrels of
crude petroleum were . destroyed by the
fire on the oil dock, at Sixty-first street,
New York, last;week.
Tan United States Railroad Condnc.
tors' Life Insurance Association, now
numbering 2,510 members, will meet at
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 20.
THE St. Louis Board of Health has di
rected that the names, localities and hours
of business of the vaccine physicians be
published in all the city papers.
- Brine already experiences the blessings
of annexation to the United States. Her
population has to 680, and the
number of her groggeries to 60.
A BoSTON paper says : "The Temper
ance Convention was, as usual, a very
intemperate affair in its utterances. In
other words, its spirit was bad."
maw and his grandson went outhunt
ing in Arkansas last week. Tne boy got
behind some bushes and whistled like a
turkey, and his grandfather shot him.
Tun Saturday Review thinks the man
who got into the way of the boat race
and caused Oxford...to lose a length, ought
to- be condemned "to an infamous im
SCIENCE' threatens the extinguishment
of "the dusty miller." A. method has
'been discovered of making bread without
grinding the grain, and a patent has been
taken out for the process.
A CITIZEN of Philadelphia on Monday
conducted some relatives to the State
House steeple, and while adjusting the
telescope to his eye, sank backin a
.state of syncope and was taken up 'dead.
A swum SWALLOWING showman, near
the State Fair groundit, at Toledo, Ohio.
last week, while attempting to conceal a
- • long knife In his throat and month, was
so severely injured internally that it was
- feared he would die.
DeNTEL HACKETT, ahard-hearted Phil
adelphia Jehn, for unmercifully belabor
ing a horse for inability to draw alma of
stone that would ,have been no easy job
for a yoke of oxen, was fined and then
held in $l,OOO to answer.
THE colored citizens of Kansas will
hold a State Convention at Topeka,
October 27th, to organize 'for the
comingPamPaien, in which they hope
actively to' participate, through the ratifi
cation of the proposed X Vth amendment.
- Two Philadelphia burglars, Harmon
and Thomas, under arrest at Columbus,
Ohio, were released on Monday, and im
mediately'. took an Eastern train. A
Pennsylvania officer arrived soon after
with the necessary authority col take,them
Brnits Cox, an old woman, who for
many years sold tripe in. the St. Louis
market, died on Saturday. Oa searching
her premises $9OO in gold and $4,000 in
greenbacks were found concealed in the
cellar. She leaves a husband to mourn
her 10 - ss; and inherit her wealth.
• QUITE a number of small lawyers in
New York having advertised of late that
-they can procure divorces without pub
' Itchy, for a small sum of money, one of
- the firms has been summoned before the
Supreme Court to show cause why they
should not be compelled to refund money
. thus obtained.
Tint crrizsays of - Decatur. Illinois,
havaputchased a silver set of thirty.three
pieces, eight per - cent. finer than current
coin, for presentahon ads Rev. Peter
'Cartwright, D. D. Intion ex• Gov.
Oglesbyhas purchased a fifty dollar
Turkish.'chair, which will be presented
with tha silver set. ,
THE seven days Feast of Tabernacles,
commemorating the ins gathering of the
fruits of the earth; began with the Jews
"at'six It Is one
Ofl4lo three ' annual elCbrations Com
'. Mended by the lifois4,law, a n d, is strictly
- • observed by all classes and conditions of
this scattered people.
How; lienaltiLL, after say
leg that'the •penitentiery • system of Ken
-- cttt*y disgrace 'and a public shame;
.worse'than the slave trade ever was,
despondingly:; as It is a mine
from which 'men can. ext ract wealth, it
job for-any Man or sey of
=dui& undertake ` to rtforni;" •
<Atilt in- tillwankee''''deliosited $lOO,
'aiid ;tieing told Itheinterest .
'lRottld be flvelpetcent.,tirthifebd id the
). ] year lie:peMer with five currency.
•• L earning 'that - the
1. I, ik Pay • q,
Intereac'Wept. other w ay, be departed
-I/rendering, a'man• ehould pa him
for: being ; oived ;t0 t a ke care ,of his
money a whole year. . ; , ;
• • Of New York; 'who
-recenus.:•becapie dernan fo Henry
a'xioMtions "counterfeirei, tepre
. . seating; that' he ovinedfive thousan d "
of land .in •Eltiffolk„Ottitt,iii 1 1/. Oh
.which there was no _ incumbrane, his
;• been heldin..sls,ooo for. ektimmation,t
. spearing that his statement under:-oa th
.I, , ealgrediatedbrthirrecor d,,-r-f;-
i3AtiattkieliiipsY 6- ,thfi'bei 6 1 3u 814
aesihes• an ,active and. prOatolß
11 one to engaged twit: Up to Saturday
• last about one hundred thousand baskets
.and cases have been received 'at that port,
and notwithstanding the fact that several
thousand baskets are landed daily, the
. PITISBITIPAZETTL.7 i TIIITRSDAY , • fISgPTE 1869.
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supply ianot - equal to the dernand. The
average price is one dollar per basket. ,
IN the'vicinity of Richmond Ind., on
Saturday of last week, Harry Todd, a
bright lad of fifteen, went out a gun
ning, and wandering from his compan
ions became tired and laid down by a
tree to rest. One of the boys coming
toward him mistook a -lock .of- his hair,.
which could be seen at the 'foot of the
tree, for a squirrel, and fired, the shot fak
ing effect in Harry's temple,
IN TESTIMONY of the esteem in which
Mr. Geo. S. Bennett, lately deceased, was
held, citizens of Cincinnati are con
tributing liberally to a fund to be pre.
rented to his widow. Mr. B. was for
many years city editor of the Cincinnati
Enquirer, and was alsn at one time a
theatre manager. Among other contrib
utors to the fund is Mr. John T. Ford. of
Baltimore, who was associated with Mr.
B. at the National Theatre in Cincinnati.
UNDER the head of "Divorce Extraor
dinary," the Weston (Mo.) Lanfiniark, of
the 10th inst., omiting the names of the
parties, gives the following: - "We have
just learned that an old gentleman aged
ninety-four• years, and his wife aged
eighty-seven, residents of Pettis town
ship, a ft er l iving together for seventy
years, Concluded the other day to dissolve
their marital relation. They made an
equal division of their, property, and
went their separate ways. A more re
markable divorce case is seldom heard."
Bratty but , terrific storms seem to be
the order of the day. We read of them
in all quarters of the country, having
the same peculiarities. At • Utica, N. Y.,
on Sunday afternoon flashes of light
ning of the most• dazzling kind were suc
ceeded by thunder so loud as to lead to
the conjecture that about all the artillery
in the world had been discharged at once,
and then the rain came pouring down as
water does over a mill dam, flooding
the gutters and streets almost inirnediat
ely. The storm lasted but a few
minutes, the clouds quickly passing away
and the ann shining as brightly as before.
Arson CLEVELAND,' daughter of a far
mer living near Durand, Wisconsin,
committed suicide a few days ago by
jumping from a high bluff, near Racine.
She lived but a few hours. Her father
was sent for, and arrived in time to take
home the remains. He related the fol
lowing facts: Nine years ago his house
was burned, and his wife and two chil
dren perished in the flames; his daughter
was with great difficulty saved. The
fright and sorrow at the terrible affair so
affected the girl's mind as to produce a
sort of insanity, and since that time it
has been necessary to keep a careful
watch over her.
Two PARTIES are after the insurance
of $lO,OOO on the life of a Mr. Dalton, in
New York. Mr. D. took out the policy
for the benefit of his wife. She died,
however, and he married again, and now,
at his death, the second wife claims the
$lO,OOO, the same as she does the estate of
the first wife.- But it is claimed that, al
though Mr. D. continued to 'pay the pre
mium after the death of his first wife, he
did not transfer the policy to the second
by name,- that of the first only being
mentioned in the policy. An application
has been made for an order to the Royal
Insurance Company to pay the money
into court. The decision has not yet
LAST SATURDAY night, at Slade's
switch, five miles east of Buffalo, on the
N. Y. Central Railroad, so
me fiend -
moved the bolt; leaving the signl lamp
"all right," but turned the switch so that
the first train would run off the track.
It is thought to have been the intention
of the wretch to wreck the 11:30 paisen
ger express, but fortunately an extra
freight train came along at a slow rate of
speed and fell into the• trap, and the result
was nothing more than a detention of
four or five hours. Had the express
train, going at a high rate of speed, pass
ed over first, it is probable that a great
many lives would have been lost, and
much human • misery entailed.
' A lust in Amherst, Mass., lost his wife
some months ago, and immediately after
the funeral married her sister. The new
wife was sent into New Hampshire to re
main until the husband resumed his
work, when he was to send for her. He
then went to Salem, was smitten with
one of its damsels and married her. The
banished wife got tired waiting, hunted.
up her recreant lord, found him living
with the Salem woman, and entered com
plaint for his arrest. Aleantime the man
removed to Amherst, when at a religious
meeting he confessed his guilt, and added
to it,by saying, that he was never mar-,
ried to the Salem woman, but had some
one perform the 'Ceremony who had no
legal right to do so.
AT Cannonsvms, Delaware county,
N. Y., Mrs. Augustus Flowers sent her
two children, aged respectively three and
five years, to tell their father to come to
dinner. Soon after, the mother was hor
rified beyond expression to see her hus
band enter the house bearing the two lit
tle ones in hia arms, one a lifeless mass of
ragged flesh and blood, while the other
was senseless from a terrible blow on the
head, from the effects of which it died
next day. It appears that the children, in
going for their father, bad to pass through
a pasture containing a vicious horse,
which attacked them, biting, kingkic and
stamping the l e unfortunates ea
The father hearing cries of distress,
hastened to the tragical scene, but too late
to save either of the fated ones. •
NOT long since, - in the vicinity of Utica,
N. Y., a 'marriage was solemnized,
which; for uniqueness 'of ceremony is
submitted as a sample. As the parties to
be married entered the parlor arm in arm
the clergyman met them midway in the
room, when the bridegroom takiug the
right of the 'bride to be said:
'We .havei promised to protect each
other so long ;as 'we' live. We intend
now to be united and hereafter to. live
together; husband and wife, an d we have,
invited you to be present this evening to
sanction our union according to the re.
quirements of custom and the laws."
The , clergyman in reply said: • '
"By the authority possess as a clergy
men, and in the presence of these wit
hessesi I hereby' (laying '"cin his. hand)
'recognize you as `husband and • wife in
fulfilment of your,promises.""'
Prayer I°llor/elkand, the cerenion
AT LYONS, on the New •York Central
Railroad, Friday evening last, -a collision
occurred between an express and freight ,
train which is described as "a bid for
death put hi by the grossest' carelessness. w
Tha at Lyonaind the ,9sual
custom is for the freight 'to, run tipOn a
side track,nllOw the' exprOs' to pass and
h o nl n w a t slow
e e d x , prtheses was aepr
saw that the switch was *4ll right," and
opened Mathieu* valve, but -at this mo
ment the switchman, represented to have
been intoxicated, rushed up and changed
the switch, running the express train,
which had begun to move rapidly, upon
the side track and into the freight train.
The engineer of = the express, seeing
the danger, reversed his engine and
leaped from it, followed by the fireman,
thus escaping with their lives. The Crash
of the colliding trains vf as terrible, ,and
resulted in the demolition of the engine,
'tender and baggsgb car aria disabling of
every passenger coach, five - in number,
together with five sleeping cars, which
composed the train. The damage to the
other train consisted in the smashing of
the caboose and two cars filled with sheep,
the majority of which were killed. The
switchman, to whose criminal careless
ness the accident was owing, was obliged
to run for his life, threats of lynching
Ibeing indulged in by the excited and in
BEDFORD Springs have been closed for
BIITTER is selling in Philadelphia at
from 50 to 55 cents a pound by the pro
ducers. The' "middlemen" charge 75 to
80 cents. • •
LEWIS BOLSEER, convicted of- murder'
in the second degree, in Huntingdon
county, has been sentenced to ten years
imprisonment in the Western Peniten
tiary. , -
MR. fPETSR WMINAM.ACIIRR. of Bead
ing, has in his garden a pumpkin which
measures 58} inches in diameter, and
41f inches in circumference, and is ,till
Tine Greensburg Herald says Adani
Bear, of the Greensburg flouring mill,
sold a Durham calf, recently, not quite
three months old weighing three hund
dred and sixty five pounds.
TnE buildings connected with the
Bethel coal works at Sharon, Mercer
county, were destroyed by fire on Thurs
day of last week, the loss amounting to
$3,500, with an insurance of $1,700.
TIIE bones of a human skeleton were
found in Clearfield county lately. Upon
examination they proved to be those of a
Mrs. Burge, who has been missing since
the tall of 1 866. ' At that time she started
from her home in Clearfield county to
visit some friends in Cameron county,
and get lost and was either starved or
frozen to death.
In Philadelphia, Monday evening,
Emma Smith . had some angry words with
her lover, Albert Somers, on the street,
and drawing a knife, stabbed him in the
thigh, inflicting a wound four inches in
length, and also cut him in the breast.
She accompanied him to the hospital,
and exhibited great grief at the occur
rence, but when arrested and locked up
at the station house said "I guess he was
not much hurt."
. THE Carlisle Herald says the State
Agricultural College "is badly managed
and a-disgrace to the State;' and adds
that "the only way to make it, and the
Experimental Farms connected with it,
succeed, is for the State to organize a
Department of Agriculture and to place
Hon. Thomas H. Burrows, - or some other
good man at the head of it, and give him
exclusive control of the College and
Farms, answerable to the Governor and
the. Legislature for the manner in which
he performs the duties of his office. This
thing Cif managing a great Agricultural
Institution through County Agricultural
Societitala a gmEd humbug."
I T ,
FOREIGN . TIMMY ITEMS.
1 ry of 'England bag been
RERAN'S Apostleslias just been trans
lated into English for the first time.
AN interesting new book is that of the
Rev. H. J. Van Lerrep, entitled "Mis
sionary Travels in LitUs•kaoicn Parts of
As is Minor.
A vERI elegant little Edition of The
First Book of Common Prayer of Edward
VI., has just been reprintea in England
for the ritualistic element.
NEW batiks of travel in Central Africa,
by Mr. and. Mrs. Pethorick, and in search
of Sir John Franklin, by Sir J. McClin
tock, have just•been published. L
MR. J. B. PAYNE is to issue in October,
an 'Universal Indelof Biography, a com
panion to that invaluable book of refer
ence, Haydn's - Dictionary of Dates,
Mn. W. Monate has translated the
"Grette's Saga," and Mr. Robert Bu
chanan has translated "Ballad Stories
of the Affections, both from the Icelandic.
In New York, Harper & Bro's, who
seem to pursue Field's Osgood & Co. in
all their undertakings, are publishing a
seventy.five cent edition of the nevelt; of
EDWARD WILYALPER, the survivor of the
dreadful catastrophe of the Matterhorn,
in 186% has just published Scrambles
Among the Alps, lB6o-69, which contains
an account of t hat fearful adventure.
Mn. 111.43nEcion, author Of the • well-
known voyages ot - the Rob Roy, has a
new volume of that series, describing
his adventures during• a canoe voyage in
Palestine and the waters of Damascus.
Imo Rev. Baring Gould, author of Cu
rious _Myths of the Middle Agee, has Writ
tea and published a new work in which
his knowledge of Curious lore hasexpand
ed, itself. It is styled The.Origin:and/De
velopment of Religious . Belief. --,
Du. Cititnroirtmi WORDSW6RTEI, the
venerable, Bishop of: pincOln, had just,
completed another_ pOrtiOn of his great
and scholarly, Commentary °lithe Bible.,
This new volume includes, the, books of.
Jeremiah, Lamentations and Ezekiel.
REIN J. G. Wool), the eminent English
naturalist, has just published a book call= .
bd'Bibie Anintalei which is most highly
spoken of, It is said to comprise a des
cription of every , living creature men
tioned in the Scriptures, from, the ape to
QUITE a number of biographire l WOWS
are announced as about to appear in
land; among thesebny be mentioned the•
lives of Faraday, brEir. Jones;' of Pal=
'Renton, by Sir EL L. Bala/ell of Lord
Elgin, by Theodore Walrob.d; of Sias Mt.;
ford, by Rev. G. VEstrabge; and of Xis&
Jane Austen, by Bey. Austen Leigh.
GEN. Ggonag B. NuOLELLar
the . New 'England Fair, and while there
an old gentleman from the rural districts,
:seizing both his bands, exclaimed, with
sympathetic tears coursing down his sun:
'browned cheeks:" "General, 1 am, glad
'tes see youl lam delighted to See YQUI
hsve long desired to meet vont — l alilay s
believed that you managed the
The Gener army a
well as you knew how!"
FRU IT 7 CAN TOP.
.7. :, CO-LLIN.§ . &. WRIGHT
5 PITTSBURGH; FA:
We are now prepared to MIST Tinnera and
Potters. 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 too of the can. ! .
Its Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
, 1-.A.13E.T.A8P ,
[ by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the
. pol nter and swine in
the customary manner., 1 , 4 o preserver of fru or
e o:A g tho useheeper will use any other aft% loe
PIPES. CHT/r3. lc,
W ATEIR. PIPES,
4. large assortment,
co 4.. fr. 4 151204
074 Z q
ml "4 4 4
'0 ' 412 ° lj
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H ite l " 1:/
nitUR. McCANDLESS ts.
lJ (Late Wilson. Carr & Co..
HENRY H. COLL4B.
Foteignand Domestic ; •
No. elk WOOD Evrazsr
Third door above Diamond aria
FALL STOCK OF
MEN & BOYS' OLO
GUY & tOG.
No. 47 SIXTH ST
L iTE BT. CL•ta.
Rteps constantll on hand
Cloths, Casstmeres and ratings.
Also, GIENTLEMEIVS FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield Street,
L'i Clotetheineade to order he the 3; e Isteet
e a 53
• FALL GOODS.
• i sA. splendid new stock of
SS, .6.188/10EBES, 41)0.,
ived by nicargir YUETICIA.
iderettant Tailor. 1 3 tiwithlleld street.
BTIEGEL, r •
i aiste Cutter With W Hespenheide,i
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No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh.,
NOTICE TO FLOIJR DEALERS
HERS e recl , -
Inv slot of 40,000 bush is carelnlly_ selected
wrre. AND AMBEtt AND TENNESSEE
WHEAT, purchased in 0 USOII. Farce. tureen
and Morgan counties, Indiana. I 'lbis lot of
Wheat Is the very best t , be found and cannot
be surpassed by Any In the United states.
Wei have also nabbed our Improvements in.
Machinery. Bolting Clotha and Cooling ROOMS,
and are now prepared to Ilirrush the best Flour
we have made for ten years at prices that defy
competition oa the same gr l ades of flour.
K. T. KENNEDY a EEO..
lac Mill. Alleghen l.
:FLOVat Fhbrll"taljt I
AntillEfinA.'llA ERB FLOURS.
.480 bbts. Legal Tender434lbblis He Hs.. 1
bids Breathe, .1.10 bbis Unita Milli bis
li'lnops Co., 500bbis d River. 133 bbls y
CHOICE WlllOO RR Ming,
blots Riverside. 580 bbls White Bier.
bids vslotts brands Spring W hest Flour.
WI TER WHEAT FAMILY WLOUR.
City. hi.lll Ohio, Pride of •t e
West, Depot Mills, Resilient A, Pilllllllll
ititlgteirder and Crown, choice Bt. Louis.
ror sole lower than Can be brought fro t h e
_ WATT, T.ANO
and 174 Woos Bt t. .
041 Alp COMA tOALIII •
SaTtOirtanWild Vila °ZOO to
NO. "567 moan star,
addiff OM Mbar 11111111E0927D
Le " siow barbered n'tide . rood youatta.
tiIiSNY LUMP. - xtrr - civia. MB/AOKI" 11141
tweet morbid prize. _ . . dre l ied to
Aly ; orders ten, ed their 12 or ou
tbeto tbrcradh tbe row. be attended to
oremetir, , •
12A1111& mosr t u,
Jut , •
• „ AalcilicenruCTEl ,
nor: EOM AssoCumos strum:se%
Nos. II and 4 Bt. Glair Street. rlitablo
Mold attention given to the designing end
Winding' of 4:101INT HOUSES sad r i usu a
JOSEPH HORNS Se tO'S,
NEW FALL GOODS
LINEN RUFFLED COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SEWER LAWN AN.% LACE,
HAMBURG EMBROPARIE S,
REAL & IMITATI.+W LACE S A IDDINOS,
BOULKFAVDE sKIRTS. ARAB SHAWLS,
IN t , ANTS , HA.ND KNIT ' , DIMS A SACQ J
KNITTING AND ZEPHYR YARN,
JAVA CAN VA,S.
RN ITT iCIVR MATERIALS.
HANDROME S..W AND SASH RIBBONS,
TRIMMING SATINS._ ..
HAT eRD BONNET. PLUMES.
- FINE I KENCH FLOWERS,
Latest sttl , s .ATS AND BoNNETS ,
BONNET AND BAT FRAMES, and
77 and 79 MARKET STREET
In /laid and Boman Striped
Baffled Collars and Cuffs,
- The New Sailor Collar,
Silk Glass Buttons.
)4 i t
In all the Newest Patterns
iISSES FINS - WOOL CIPS SiCitrlE
elegant asserts:teat just received
lair and Jute Switches,
Balmoral and" Plaid Hosiery,
fool Ball Hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
A Full Supply of AU /kinds.
HEAVY PLAID FLANNELS,
.MACEEM, GLYDE & CO.,
78 & 80 larket 'Street.
Nllir MO GOODS
ItACRITII 6 CARLISLE'S
Dress Tritandugs and Buttons. , •
SantoMertes and Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bennett".
Glove fitting and French C 0111446.
New Styles Wraelty's Skirts.
l'arasols- - all the new styles.
Bun and Bain Umbrellas. •
Hosiery — the best Engl ish ak es,
Agents for *Hurts , asnleu
Spring and Summer underwear,
Bole Agents 'or the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars„ "Lockwood's "West End,"
"Elite," de; •'Dltkens, "Derby," and other
Healers supplied with Ike above at
"PLACRUM & CARLISLE,
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
FIFTH - AVENUE
WINES. LIQUORS, &o.
WINES, BUMS, GIN, &O
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
PURE RYE WRISIMS,
409 PENN STREET,
Nave Nemeved to
NOS. 884 ANT) 886 PENN,
Cora Mairenth St., (forinerly CanaL)
JOSEPH S. FINCH es, CO., • ' '
sOs. 1136 197.1 99 . 191. 193 man Val
patrurAort l = l 4
pepper DiStnifd- Flint Rye
mioVdesters in' ItssinelriMits'ana' L;
WORK ROM, ‘023.101
7PAPEB, HANGINGS. ;
Enameled. Wall rapers taLffilnin tints
elons to soot and smoke. Vernoillictrnitt
witt_s_sol,! , and Inlaid plgores.l OB
,Vrrn INDUt. TAPZieTR74.
stamped and emitted Aold.i gim bere
Newly imported and motto bet towed e
In.the country. Tor "ale at, , , .
NEW WALL! PAPNB STORE,
191. Libertil Street.
Marble, and Yeesoo imitations far Wags
aim Ceilings of Dining q.nr - .
107 Mark. josEi migg setstreet.Bo.
QTAIIPED GOLD PAPERS for
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IRMEL% B. Rue s& a Imo.
C E T S.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,_
DRUG GET SQUARES,
At the Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
NEW FALL STOCK.
The First in the Market
Two-ply and Three-ply
ClipP INGRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST LINE OT
Myer Offered. in Pittslsrali.
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McFABLLND L COLLINS.
No. 71 sad 73 FIFTH AXIOMS,
arebmblgdr. I. 3oCalum from mann
Tapestry Brussels, &c.,
Assortment ever offered in' PittsburgL
ALSO, A FINE STOCK OF
A FINE ABSOWIId3NT OF
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.ro. 51 FIFTH ogfr/EX
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RAVE JUST RECEIVED A
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A 3 FIFTH AVENUE.
QINGEBLY & CLEISI Successors
U to 41zo. F. Bcm:roam-sic I Co.. •
The only Stearn Lithographic Tstahlishutent
West of the Mountains. - Business Cards. Letter
Beads. Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards,
Dipionuts. Portraits. Vtaws, Certiteates of De-.
posits, Invitation Cult, .111 stoLl*
HAIR AND PERFUMERY•
TORN PECK, Ol A ' A • - 1
HAIR Iir°RIMS AND PiRPI3II3R. No.
Third street, near Smithfield. Pittsburgh.
Alarazt On hand, a general misortnitent of La.
dies CiS BAIMS, CMILS; Gantlemen'a
_lftllS, SCALPS, oPion) °oms.
Bita..,Lb:T l l, ite. All-ftari Price in cash
will be given for RAW
Ladies* and elentlemen's hair Cutting don*
la tb a TiaMPat Mannar. WAY= t,
eIONTINVES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its !brine, all
urthary diseases, and the effects of mercury are
completely eradicated; Spermatorrhea or , seud
nal Weakness awf Impotency. resultiag froM
self.abuse or other causes, and which produces
some of the following effects, as blotenes, bodily
weakneelk indigestion; consumption, n
seciety.„ unstalainess„ dread of future events,
loss of memory. indoleumoicleturnal emission%
and finally so prostrating the sexual system Is to
render marriage nnsaactory, and therefore
improtdent, are permasently cured. Personae:.
Meted With OM or anyother delleaW intricate
• or long standingconstitutionsi complaint should
Rive the Doctorstlilhe never fails.
A particular a tt en ti o n - given to
plaints, Learorrhes or WWWhites, Palling;
=Wm or Ulceration of the Womb, Ovaritis,
pruritic_ Amenorrhoea. Nenorrbagia, Dynnecto
nontoes, and bterility or Barrenness, are. treat
ed with the greatest success.
It is self.evident that a physician who confines
himself exelusivery to the study of a certain claw
of diseases and treats thousands of ewes every
year must acquire greater skill In that slleacalt ,
than one in general practice. •
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
fifty pages that gives a Pal exposition of venereal
and private diseases; that can be bad free at , aloe
or by mail for two camps, in sealed envelopes.
ETCIT, sentence contain' ix:Laments:l to the af.
Meted. and enabling them to determine the ine.
else nature of their Complaints:
The establishosintr ie compri sing
u a t:a ample
=tit thewpocitolis opinfola can en
bv Rivi tannei ng a written statement of the Case.
and medicines can be forwarded by mail or ex
press. In some Instances. however. a personal
Ir/sanitation Is absolutely necessary." while in
'others dallypersotud attention is regtirndpang
for the oteoommodation cf such patients thels_Eu
awirtments connected with the once that a
tided with every requisite' that la ealeulMTcp
promote recovery. including medicated -Aspen
Whs. Ali prescriptions are prepared ,la the
DOetor's own laboratory, under - his - personal ser
Medical pamphlets at oMee free, or
is liw il l e 2 l for two stamps. No matter who base
railed, readwhat he says. Hours 9 A.M. tog P,X.
Sundumlil ii. to 91. 9 WYLIB
BTRI , W. (near Court House,' Flttsburgh, pa
(Sex, end Floor).