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E2iERA.I , INTELLIGENCE.
A aroyiu in Denven' City-baa a sign as
follows: FyNe RUT 2. bak O. I
WILLIAM PENN'S carriage is in the
possession of the Michigan Central rail
So= shipwrights at Millwall, England,
—live society, and
have formed a Co-operative 5,,,._
are building a shipMf I',ooo tons im the
co-operative principle. - i
A STEAM shovel capable of doing the
work — ot 100 men has just been put in use
on One of the Illinois railroads, for the
purpose of loading cars with gravel.
TEE Juniors of Dartmouth College
f/WO awarded - the class jackknife to
Charles S. Canon, of Cincinnati, he being
the ugliest looking man of the class.
Tun Pall Mall' Gazette infers,!from the
length of the patent lists in Paris' for , the
last quarter "that the French iie becora
ing scarcely less inventive than t'je Anieri
cans." i, , .
A.YTEn A. T. Steivart had canceled
---- V4140 -- vir - Orth pr — atarnpa - on litirefeeds of
the Hempstead Plains nrciperty, he dis:
covered that he was required to use only
$39:1 in stamps.
ROBERT PRESTON of 'Randolph county,
Illinbis, exhibits as the - product. - of his
farm during the present - year a hundred
stacks of wheat, oats and 'bay; , covering
an area of eight acres.
Ti 'typographical Union of Wash
ington has not thus far taken any action
on - the question . of—the admission of
Douglas, the colbred printer the whole
' subject having been postponed until next
A Lizrr x. girl in LaportS,lnd., recent
ly purchased a copy of Webster's una
bridged dictionary, coating twelve dol
lars, with two hundred and forty s.cent
nickles which she had hoarded up for the
130IITHERN womniv are about to petition
George Peabody to have arrangements
made whereby a part of the fund for the
• education of the Southern people can be
devoted to the industrial instruction of
young women and girls. -. •
TREE Atlanta (4:10 Intelligences com
plains that $5OO and 0.,000 bills arebeing
sent there for the purchase of cotton, and
it fears it is a Northern trick, resorted to
for the purpose of endeavoring to break
down the cotton market.
Dn. Suaxivon, a resident of Pennsyl
vania, who had been stopping in Peoria,
Ills., for a short time, for the benefit of
his health, died suddenly on Saturday of
last week. His disease was typhoid fever
with scrofulous symptoms. •
TILE coffin of a young lady at St.
Cloud, Minn., who had been'buried eight
years, was opened '-a few days since.
While there was notung left of the body
but the bones, a wreath.ofi ti Owels was as
perfect and fresh as on th e e day it was
A Fullmer( -cheithlt.asserts that he can
so cleanse printed paper as to make it
suitable for reeeiving,a fresh impression.
He states that by immersing the printed
sheet in a alight alkaline aoiution the ink
- disappears, and leaves the sheet of a pure,
, spotless white.
Tam Coroner's jury in the case of the
three children burned to death in a recent
• fire in Cincinnati, returned a verdict "in
accordance with the facts," and charged
the parents with Culpable negligence in
leaving them to their fate without an ef-'
• fort to save them.. . 1
- AN "old mi t er" at 'Avondale proposes
that hereafter allthe miners give one
day's pay toward the • fund for the benefit
of the widows axid - ibrplians. Ily this
means, he says, they can raise $lO,OOO.
He has given his first day's Wages, since
the disaster, to the cause.
WM. N. KENNET was tried for murder
at Newport., N. H., On the 16th inst., and
. found not guilty by, reason "of insanity.
He was thereupon sentenced to "confine
- ment in the State prison until liberated by
due course of law." " How can a man
'found not guilty be sentenced at all?
Timis. is a couple- living in Lynn,
Mass, who, in sixteen years of married
life, have resided in no less than sixteen
different towns and cities, and taken up
their.` quarters in twenty-eight different
houses. Daring this "moving" period
"th 6 lady has become the mother of eleven
• • •
TEE Peoria (Illinois) Trawmptrelates
the story of a death bed penitent, a wo
man, confessing to having secured the
'Conviction of a man for robbery by testi
', lying falsely, and "says it is but another
commentary on circumstantial evidence."
It is am argument in favor of such kind
THEY recently„ had a baby party in
:Fredonia, Chautauqua , county, N. Y.,
. which was attended by thirty-five young
. gentlemen and ladies; between the age of
six weeks and two years. They were all
with their "mamma's." The Adieriiier
and Union says everything waslovely,
. and every baby handsome.
• ' Tun record or the Sir John Franklin
expedition was found on the California
• coast by M.r. James Daly,,of the firm of
. _ Daly end Rodgers; lumber merehants .in
Ban Enenaventure. fMr. .Daly 4. walking
on the beach, accidentally stumbled upon
a battered leather bag, made of sealskin
And closely:i fastened, Ad in tha thepaper
' "was found:
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Cumum RBBNNEM " AN,, a farmer living
..., ,ten miles south of Morris, in 'Grundy
- county, Illinois, ,was,.murdered. by his
son John and one Charles MOrganfiash, ,
about-five weeks I dna: i 'The body was
7 ' foimd buried: under s manure h ap, on the
: faru3,lhe head broken and the !name pro ,
linding. ` The accused aro in j ail. Their
object was robbery - I '
. ':Tan Madison s(dnd.). Courier is lii-,
• formed of alroungilnan .in that vicinity
who Weis tiken sick'two years-age, and
fell into a deep sleep, from which be
- .siioketwO weeks since, when I.he asked,
c tors breakfast ready ?" as though he had
1, just aWakeined from al regular might's
, :zest, . He bait in the meantime received
• : sn;atetruince and.piedical attention. . -
,; ;TIM Gennans.annourice. bethrothals in
. ' the papers as regularly: : as , we do mar
,.,. tinges and:-deaths. : They herald births
: with . mach , flourish,- . For ;in Lance: "I
i. , . have ; the , honor ' politely to announce to
-:- my, relationsand 'friends- , the I happy de
' i .Aivevy• of ,my /ear , wife, .Jttlia, =idea
Vitae Sittnarni ',Vhealthy,'etrong boy.
Cologne, August . 17, • 1869J' Eduard
- Fiantn." ‘.
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` `''• • • sl.9BlP.lo4sslittas- ' • the Roehester SN•
;;. y4, s ofe murderer, received infortaktion
- .from his counsel of , the adverse decision ,
of the Supreme; CoUrt lin • his caw *Ali
tsiderable emotion, but before the in
new terminated said'"he did not care
mut! the matter, although life.was sweet
)bins; that the man who bet his money
on hie being a fool would lose it; he was
ready to die," &c.
AsMits. P. IL - TAYLOR, of-Rochester,
was engaged is fruit preserves,
she ; . as'driven !Torn the kitchen by the
entr nce o! a swarm of bees. She there
upon procured some tobacdo, and, with
her(bead wrapped in a cloth, returned to
the kitchen and placed the weed on the
stove. She did not get out, however,
without one severe sting. The fumes of
'the tobacco killed the bees.
Jilt extraordinary circumstance occur
red at Carleton Place, Canada, a few
nights ago. A shoal of eels came down
frcim the lake in such numbers as to stop
the water-wheel of a sawmill from turn
ing. They were jammed in and around
the wheel so closely that it could not
move until the men went down and cut
them out with a chisel and mallet. This
occurred twice during the night.
A. BENGAL TIGRE, belonging to a circa;
and menagerie, escaped from his cage in
the village of French Mountatn - nesti
Lake George, N. Y., at a late hour one
night last week,: and was, the cause of
very decided sensation. The tiger was
not long in making known his wherea
bouts, for the bleating of a calf in pain
and terror indicated that his royal high
ness was satiating his gluttonous appetite
on live veal. The. leaders the hunt
discovered him crouched over a yearling
heifer greedily lapping the blood which
spurted from a wound in its necks and at
once put in execution a plan devised for
his capture. The keeper, Mr. Clem King,
procured a rope, and making a noose in
the form of a ariat, he ascended by a
ladder from the outside of a shed to a
window, from whence he passed to the
rafters immediately, over the tigtr. He
then gave a loud shout, which caused the
tiger to look—upward, giving Mr. King
' an opportunity to throw the lariat over the
animal's head, which feat he dexterously
accomplished. Drawing his rope taut,
he made it fast to a beam, and another
rope was passed to him, with which he
succeeded in lassooing the tiger in the
same manner as before. Mr. King then
threw the end of one rope to a party of
men near the entrance to the shed, and
when they had secured it,- hetlftew the
end of the other rope to another party,
and the two lines were at once stretched,
each party walking in an opposite direc
tiOn. When the tiger would make a rush
at one group of his captors, the others
would.haul taut on their line, and thus
prevent him from doing any mischief.
Alter much exertion, arid several ludicrous
stampedes from the bystanders, he was
dragged back to his cage, which had in
the meantime been repaired. When he
came in view of his den he bounded in of
his own accord; but the attendants, in
their haste to secure him, closed the iron
door too suddenly, and severed about a
foot of his Majesty's tail.
Nirow steel worke, at the Henry Clay
furnaces, Berks county, are about going
Is Philadelphia, recently, a man over
one hundred years old was married to a
woman aged sixty-eight.
THE largest tannery in the world is at
Kane, McKean county. It is not yet
finished, but has six hundred vats in ope
ration, and consumes fifteen thousand
tons of hemlock bark per year.
PROMINENT members of the Philadel
phia bar are taking measures to secure a
fund for the purchase of an oil portrait of
Hon. Joseph Allison, President Judge of
the Court of Common. Pleas:
Pittstown Ledger says the iron
works at that place are now running
on full time,
and that the nail business,
which had been depressed,. has revived
under an advance of fifty cents per keg.
TS THE Brooks shooting case in Phila.
delphta Tuesday, Keenan was discharg
ed, and Hamilton and Atwell were re
manded to jail. All of the others impli
cated were released on bail. Brooks failed
to recognize any of the prisoners trader
- Tna Allegheny Synod of the Evan.
gelicat Lutheran Church, embracing Bed.
ford, Somerset, Blair, Cambria, Indiana,
Clearfield and Huntingdon counties. met
at Bedford on the 15th, and remained in
session until the 20th. •
Tun city Erie has just issued $50,000
of water works bonds, and the Councils
have resolved to issue 00,000 more int,
provement bonds, to meet present in
debtedness, this latter issue to run Situ
years at seven per cent.
A kerma of the Bedford county vo
ters, without distiction of party, "oppos
ed to the erection of an expensive Poor
House," is called for the evening of the
29th, at Bedford, to consider what steps
shall be taken in the premises..
Mixs anxiety is felt for Jos. Grimes, a
colored man, who left his ' ' home in Mead
ville on Tuesday, the 14th, and has not
been seen since by his family, although
heard of at Franklin. He showed sym
toms of derangement of mind.
Dustivo a thunder storm Tuesday af
ternoon, the 21st, the large barn of Henry
Cumru township. Berks coun
ty, was 'struck by lightning and de
stroyed, with all its contents, consisting
of this year's crops. Six horses were res
CoL. Man WounArz, railroad en.
gineer, Is to address a citizens' meeting in
Bedford on the 29th. at which subscribers
to the stock of the Bridgeport and Bed
ford Railroaders requested to attend, as
"a very important change of programme
is contemplated." •
Tim last of a consignthent of Califor
nia "fireflies" from a Cntian, in the pos-
Session of William Long, of Philadelphia,
is dead. The insects are beetles, fully an,
inch In length. Thirty of them Were im
ported, and in a delicate splint cage they
emitted sufficient light to render visible
every object in a small room. '
ArimoNfPrimens, while deepening a
well In Ringgold township, Jefferson
county, on the 15th inst., felt the gases
to be affecting him, and signalled to the
man above to raise him up, but when
hoisted twenty-five feet he 'fell backward
•to the bottom, receiving injuries of such
a character as to cause Ms death,
Os Wednesday the fifteenth inst., Mr.
Wm. Marshall, of South Shenango tov,n
ship, Crawford county, lost hie life by
being thrown from a buggy. He was
riding with Mr. Peterson, near McLean's
Corners. ' Peterson' let the horse go at it
reckless rate otapeed, it is, alleged, when,
approaching the Shenango , creek bridge,
and. Mr.,Mvshall:was thrown out and so
badly; stunned that belfell Into the water
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1869,
and was suffocated before relief could be
THE Reading Gazette complains of the
management of the public schools of that
place, more particularly of the shameful
overcrowding of the primary depart
ments, "three children being pazkedon
seat intended for two." It -says "these
poor little things are kept some five or
ikia hours a day, in many cases in . badly
ventilated roodis, without even :a five
minutes recess being allowed them, as
was formerly the case." It seems that
the Board of Controllers have dispensed
with their City Superintendent, and the
result is that the schools are-going back
ward veyr fast.
A HORRIBLE CASE OP HYDROPHOBIA 18
reported in Philadelphia. In July last ,
Georgians McCre y, aged twelve years, ,
was bitten by ado afflicted with rabies,
and a few days sine symptoms of hydro
phobia appeared inl appalling forms, im
mediately followed by terrible convul
sions, each succeeding one more shocking
than its predecessor, until the agonies of
the child were the Most awful of which
the mind can conceive. The parents
were well nigh distracted at the horrible.
sufferings of their daughter, and on Wed -,
nesday night, acting, it is said, upon the
advice of others, dministered quick poi
son,litha thus putting n end to her tortures.
fore a magistrate nd deposed to the fact
Previously the m ther had appeared be
of her daughter ha ing been bitten by the
dog; also, that t e. owner, one John
Helmuth, knew t the canine was af
flicted with hyd i ophobia, yet took no
means to kill it. Before the ease was dis
posed of the magistrate was advised of
the death of the li tie girl, whereupon he
refused to take
ail, and committed the
prisoner. Coun for the defendant held
that the magistra had no right to refuse
bail; that Helmu had not bitten the
child, and was, th refore, not responsible.
The Alderman th ught his action justi
lied by the alle anon that the prisoner
knew the canine as mad, and had made
no efforts to secu e it.
• Sir Roderick
a letter to the I
opinion as to
ably a captive It
king of Cazeml
that the missir
ern regions of
Atlantic. NI o
of purpose, u
stoutly to the,
ed, the gnat'
Africa on, th
which he ap
life had been
lIBROP OF .A.RMAOH ,
diehment of the InshChnrch
:ently enacted by the Eng.
at, has very strangely been
Idiately followed by the
tember 16, of the Archbish
h, the primate of Ireland.
f this prelate, who was not
arkable ability, exhibits the
urch preferment in Ireland,
rious effects upon active re-
Family influence- alone
a secured the successive pro-
Marcus Gervais Gervais
ne hundred and seventh
f Armagh. He was born in
as the son of Dr. George
shop of Kilmoreoand a near
Marquis of Waterford. In
appointed Archdeacon ; in
secreted Bishop of Edmore,
or of his father, and in 1862
d to the Archblehoprick of
ceedi . ng another relative,
Beresford, who had been
land for forty years.
11 , ROP OF EXETER.
THE Bisho of Exeter, Rt. Rev. Henry
Phillpots, whose death has been mention
ed, was a person of no little consequence
in England. As a controversialist he
upset Dr. Lingard and Lords Grey and
Durham. He was made Prebendary in
1809, and. soon after had the rich liv
ing of Stanhope. He fought for the 'I
Church in pamphlet after pamphlet,
and gained such triumphs that he was
both ferred and honored. His pen was in
constant action, but his greatest renown
was his letter t o Lord Canning, Which
took the highest tory ground on-the Cath.
olio Emancipation question. He was
made Dean of Chester, and was made
Bishop of Exeter by the Duke of Wel
lineton. As a member of the Rouse of
Lords, he was prominent in all the polit
ical agitations, his position being among
the bitterest tories. ' He had one trouble
in the ecclesiastical courts from rejecting
one Mr. Gorman for alleged blasphemy.
Involved in a dispute with the Archbishop
of Canterbury, he formally excommuni
cated him.. Since 1860 he has not ap
peared in public life.
by the bill rel
lish Parltame ,
death, on Be
op of Arma:
The history I
a man of re
system of c. l
and its injui
seems to ha'
relative of th ,
1889 he was
1854 was co .
being - anima
The Atlantic cable announces that this
celebrated preacher has renounced his al
legiance to the Church of Rome, and a
short account of him may not be uninter
esting. Charles Loyson, known as
Father Hyacinth, was born at Orleans, in
1827, and finished his studies at the Aca
demy of Pan, of which be father was rec•
tor, and at early age" became famous for
his remarkable politidal writings. In
1845 he entered the . theological seminary
of Saint Sulpice, at Paris, and, alter four
years' study, was ordained priest. He
was next appointed professor. of philo
sophy at . the great seminary of Avignon,
and subsequently professor of theology at
the great seminary at Nantes: He next
performed the duties of priest , in die par
ish of the Church of Saint Solpice,„ and ,
after ten years' trisl„beceran,cenvinced
that his true vocation was preaching. He
then spent two years in the Convent of
the Carmelites at Lyons, and subeequent
ly was admitted to that Order and made
his first appearance as a public orator by
preaching with great' success' diariair a
spiritual retreat held ;at the . Lyceum of
Lyoni. He next preached , the Advent '
course,of - sermons at Boideanx in ,1866,
and the Lent sermons at Perigneux in
1864, and in the summer of that year, pro
ceeded to Paris and preached first at the
Church of the Madeleine and next the Ad
vent course of sermons at the Church of
Notre Dame. 'Daring the last five years
the sermons. of Father' Hyacinth have ,
been,ono of the areat'attractions of Parls,,
and hip PraaabiaB has,a4gaatfid larP and:,
intelligent audiences: ;
_. Murchison has written
ondon Scotsman, giving
on which he bases his
the movements of Dr.
rsons familiar with . Africa
hat Livingtone is prob•
the hands of the powerful
• , but Murchison argues
.g traveler is proceeding
site Tanganyika, to trace
nd drainage of the south
the continent towards the
rchison, asserts that he , has
oaf:Wangs in the tenacity
dying resolution and her
f Livingtone, that he holds
pinion that, however delay
pl orer will overcome every
will emerge from Smith
same western shore .on
• ared atter his first great
hat region, long after his
DP LABELING'• .
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We are now prepared to supply 'Pinner, and
Potters. - It-is perfeet,-simple, and as cheap as
the plain top, hiring - the 'names of the TI•nellil
Fruits stamped upon the corer: radiating from
the center. and an Index or pointer starnp, upon
the top_of,,the can. •
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely Vadat the name at the fruit t n he
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing I
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will non any other after once
seeing t. mh.ls
IPEST-CHIMNEY TOPS. &c.
TA T TER PIPES,
♦ large wort/war,
Eig,ligy B. COLLDII3,
aplChlA ,Ad Avenne,near An:Maeld Et
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HICB9 McCANDLEBB & CO"
mate Wilson. cars
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WHOLESALE DNALZBiI IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD BIBXST.
Third door shove Dismonds r As
FALL STOCK OF
MEN . & BOYS' CLOTHING,
Now Recetylug by
GRAY & LOGAN'S,
No. 47 SIXTH STREET,
LATE ST. CIL AM.
. seri - •
Keeps constantly on hand
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesttrigs
.AIso,OZNTLEIREN,S PURNISHINO GOE)DSJ,
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield Street,
arGent's Clothing made to order in the latest
NEW FALL GOODS.
• A splendid new stook of 1
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES, te6.l
Just received by lIENILY
set: Merchant Tailor. T3I Bmltheeld street:-
° (Lute Cutter with W. Heepenheide.)
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh
- - -
Nancy To FLOUR DEALERS
AND CONSUMERo.—We are now reedy-
Inv slot of 40,000 bushels canton) , selected
WRITE AND AMBER AND TENNESSEE
WHEAT, purchased Gibson. Parße, Green
and Morgan counties, Indiana. This lot of
Wheat is the very best be found and cannot
be surpassed by Any. in the United tittles.
we have albo dabbed our improvements In
Machinery. Bolting Cloths and Cooling Rooms,
and are now prepared to tarnish the best Flour
we have made for ten years at prices that defy
competition on the same grades ot flour.
R. T. KENNEDY & DRO
Pearl Steam Mlll. Allegheny
September 13, 1869. • •
".` MINNESOTA BAKERS FLOURS: •
480 Mud. Legal Tender, 307 beta Ha 111,367
Wit Ermine. 170 tdds Summit Milli 070 Ws
ffitnona,Coi, stlo bbla End River. 133 bills May
CHOICE W330 11 11131N FLOURS.
500 Wl' Riverside. 1105 Ws White Star, 600
Tarlone brands Spring Wheat Flour.
WINTER WHEAT FAMILY *PLUM.
Oity 11111 otspringdeld. Oblo Pride of the
V_ est, Depot hiaastion A:Paragon
Iltnglsader and tnt ' wn, eboleent. Louis.
roe sale /Cower/Mtn can be brought from llle
West. ~! • WAFT. LANU & 00..
021 1711 and 174 Wood Street.
COAL AND COKE.
coAL!' "Comm coALtu
DICLSON STEWART & CO.,
lave:timed their Mee to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET
tLeteli Ofty Maur 1M1101140151D ZLOOS.
r fi n i rr y E u rezrei r t i o r Mhoill 118141111 3 ;
te rVII I Trot at 'their olio% or addressed to
them Unruh the wM tN attended to
BABE & MOSER,
Faun WV= ABSOOIATION BUILDING%
lion. a and dna alit: incest, Plttsbardlt. Po.
IDEdid atiostdon (Pm to no designing Lad
11d:1MR of 001Mf Boum and rIIBLI 0
JOSEPH HUM t
NEW FALL GOODS
LINEN 'RUFFLED COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LACE etD.LARS. ,
HANDKERCHIEFS. nolaroid , d, Hemstitched,
SHEER LAWN AN.' LACE,
REAL .t IMITATION t.ACE3 St 'EDGINGS,
BOIThsATABDIT. sKTRTS. ARAB SHAWLS.
IN WANTS , HAND KNIT .0' IDS k SACQ !ES
KNITTING AND ZePHYR YARN,
JAVA CAN VA-S.
KNIT' . tf,VO.4 MATERIAL'.
lIAND.OmE BoW AND SASH RIBBONS,
BONNE ,. VELVNTS,
HAT AND BONNET PLUMES,
FINE ?BENCH FLOWERS,
ONNET AND AT FRAMES, anti
77 and 79 RARRET STREET
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
In /laid and Boman Striped
Baffled Collars and Cuffs,
The New Sailor Collar,
Silk Glass Buttons.
In all the Newest Patterns.
MISSES FINE IYOOL OPE AND SAME
An elegant assortment just reeelytd.
Bair and Jute Stitches,
Balmoral and Plaid llosiery,
IYool Half Hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
FOB FALL AND WINTER WEAR
A rtai Supply of All Kinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANNELS,
\MACRE% (CLYDE & CO.,
78 & 80 Market Street,
ItA.CRITI do CARLISIES
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
lembroldenee and Laces.
, Itibboull and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets.
Blove fitting and French Corsets.
New Styles tine s Skirts.
Parasols—all the new styles.
Sun and Bain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for 'Hurts' Seamless Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear ,
Sole Agents tor the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood"s "Irv , iiim," "West End,"
"Elite," dc; "Dickens,' 'Derby," and other
Dealer supplied with the above at
MAORI:M. & CARLISLE,
WINES, LIQUORS, Btc.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, &C„
WHOLESALE DRIVERS IE
PURE RYE MIIISKIES,
409 PENN STREET.
11,ye Bemoved to
NO& 884 AND 8881 PENN,
Car. IMaventh St., (formerly Carte.)
JIISIMPH S. FINCH & CQy
* 0 ..185,187,11;9.191.193
IXBBT MUIR% PITTSBURGH
Copper Distilled Pure Rye .IVidslule
Also, desuri in 1,01131i12t WINES and LI..
QUORS. ROPE na. • • . amp
Enameled Wail Papers la lain tints Wirer
rlons to soot and smoke.. Vermillionis wends
with_ gold and Inlaid. ip area. E se KOSIED V Is,
VETS INDIA. TAPESTRY. IiEXES PANELS
stamped and tented gold.
Newly Imported and not to be found elsewhere
In the country. For sale at
W. P. NIULREUIALL'S
NEW • WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street. ,
Marble and 'Moo imitations fee Wadi
Ana Ceilings of Dining Booms, Hats. &0.. at
No. 107 Mattel laws. •
1712 40SEPII 1113a11103 &
§TAIIPEO GOLD PAPERS for
aszigrs. st, so . 10 7 Market street.
737 40138111 Hues& aim.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
Ingrain CFpets s
At the Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
BOVARD, ROSE t CO.,
t 1 Vivi% AVENUE.
NEW FALL STOCK.
The First in the Market
THE CHEAP E ST.
Two-ply and Three-ply
CIIRkP TN - GRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST TINE OF
Elver Offered in Pittsburgh.
Base time and money by buying from
3IcFMOUIND & COLLINS.
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH AVENUE,
Pureb used by our Mr. H. Ms Callum from mania
facturer s in Europe.
Tapestry Brussels, &c.,
THE FINEST ,
Assortment ever offered in Pittsburgh.
A 1.90, FINE? STOCK CF
A pThrz ASSORTMENT OF
Well Seasoned Oil Cloths.
.ro •1 51 FIFTH
OLIVER MVANTOCK & CO.
HATE JUST RECEIVED A
FINE SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE LAMEST ASSORTMEiT OF
WHITE,MCK & FANCY
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
IN TEM CITY..
STOCK FULL IN ALL
A 3 FIFTH AVENUE. '
szmnicias 50nar3ux..4...--...r attar mans.
Up to Ozo. 7. am:ram:sat a
The only Steam Lithographic ZlStatilialunent
West of tte Mountains. Hnslness Cards, Letter
Reads. Bona, Label!, Oiroglare, Bhow Carle,
Diplomas. Portraits, Views. Cerbinontee of De
posits, Invitation se3t, ae„, Woe, TO and 74
*92lrd evoett_ Pittibrretari.-
HAM AND PEMFIIMErRY.
1110Kfir PECK ORNAMENTAL
HASS WORE :AND PE.l.Vtarlat,' No.
Tnird street, nearlamithdeld,' Pittsburgh. 1
..Alwaye on hand a general .aaaortaleat or TAP i
dies. wittS, BiliPiS, 01:1 - 11LS: I finntlenierOs
WIGS. TEP E ES,_ SCMP% eraltD'OnaHM ,
BRAZZLIATL% he. l
Alig—l i ma • • in gun ~
will be given for Paw
Ladies , and Gentlersen s s Hair . ting.n*
la thp npatpit tnannpr. 1 ailla n 9 -,,
DR. WS • >1: 1 ,1
``CONTINUE TOT T ALL
taiurate &Wearies. Syphilis all its Lonna. all
diseases, and tne effects of mercury are
eompieteiy eradicated; Spermatorrhea or Baal.
nal Wealrtiess and Impotency, resulting front
self-atmse or other causes, and which Produce'
some of the following effects. as bletenea, bodily ,
weakness. indigestion, consumption. aversion to ;
society, unmanliness, dread of future events ,
loss of memory. Indolence,. nocturnal emisaione s
and finally so prostrating the sexual !astern as to 5
render marriage unsatisfactory, and therefore
imprudent, are. permanently cured. Persons af.,
Meted with these or any other delicate, intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give the Doctor a trial; he never fails. _ •
A. particular attention given to all 'Female Wm.:
Valuta, Leneorrhes or Whites, Palling. Initial. h
nation or Ulcerattbn of the Womb, trvaritis,
pruritia, Amenorrhoea. Menorrhagia, Diramen*
norrhoea, and bterility or Barrenness, are treat.
ed with the greatest *Access.
It is self-evident that a phrsifdaa who conflate ' _
himself exclusively td the study of a certain close
of diseases and treats:thousands of caws evert
year must acquire greater skill in that apeCialtl!,
than one in general practice. —
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
fifty pages that gives a Lull exposition of venereal
and private diseases, that can be had free atoffica
or bY mall for two stamps, in sealed envelopes,'
Bracy sentence contains litstruction to Pie af.
Meted, and enabling them to determine the pre.
else nature of-the ir complaints. .
The establishmen coMprislig., ten ample
en al. W h en
en its ant convenient to
visit c entr al .
the Doctor's opinion can be ob.
Sallie I by giving a written statement of the cue.
and medicines can be forwarded by mail oe ex.
press. In 'unit:. instance, however. a - persons..
examination is absolutely nteiveary, while Ur'
others daily personal attention is reqt Wed. and
for the accommodation • isuch uattenta there are:
spar=ents connected with the office that ant pro.
aided with every , r eq uisite that is ealculat
promote recovery, including medicated vapor,
baths. All prescription' are prepared In the
Doctor's own laboratory. under !hie personal so.
grirtop. Medical pamphlets at °Moelire*, 0r... ,
a toll for two stamps. No matter who have
failed, read - Witt he says. Hours V A.M. U. M.T.M.
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