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Ett littsbutO Gap.
--BY JOHN G• WEITYIBR.
In trance and dream of old, food's prophet saw
,The casting down of thrones.' Thou, watching
.. lone ' ,
The hot Sardinian coast-line, hazy hilted,
'Where, fringing round. Caprera's rooky zone
With foam the slow waves gather and withdiaw.
"Bebold'tt the vision of the seer fulfilled.
And heat'st the sea winds burdened with a
As falling chains, one by one, unbound.
The nations aft their right hand up and swear
Thtlr oath of freedom. From the chalk•wtate
Along the Danube and the Theßs through all
The passes of the Spanish Pyrenees,
And from the Seine's thronged banks, a murmur
~,1 % -aatlglad floes; to thee o"eetby summer seas
at stirs thy whitentag hair,
The song of foentiogits bloodless victories:
Rejoice, 0 Garibaldi. =tough. thy sword
Failed at Rome's gates, and blood seemed vainly
Where in Christ's name the crowned int tist
Of Franhecell wrought ,murCer with the arms Of
•- . •
On that sad mountain , , slope, whose ghostly
Unmindfu , of the gray exorcist's ban, -
Walk, unappeased, the ciamberad Vatican:
- And draw the curtains ot. Napoleon's bed!
Godls prevl. , ence is not blind, but full of ayes, •
-It searches all , he Teta RE es of lies;
And in Ma time and way tne accursed things, •
Before whose evil feet ihrbattle • gage
Has clasped defiance from hot you ta to age,.
'Shall perish. All men 611,11 be priests and liDgll
- • One royal bratherisood. one Chareh. - made free
- By love, which Lathe law of liberty!
11.1267i80 . 1 ; i will run a Temperance
Tim-streets of Callion, are being ;
•• ' •
•hwt, has bees arrested in Troy, It Y.,
for Elf:alias a hearse. -
.IT la' 'Emmen; and aot• -their 'arrange,
that aught to be rediessed, a Crusty
orsavnauttew was buried in New York,
a few days since; at a cost of $5,000. The
ef to were alone cost $500.',
A. firrnzu as large as 'a mouse, and
covering with ihi legs five inches of
;ground, is an lo 4 sra production.
A Nromes, died in Worcester. Mass., a
few dips since, aged thirty-nine, who was
the Mother of nineteen children.
IT; is Said that Germany might as well
'idled to banish lager, as Congress to
pasha 'prohibitory liquor law for the Dis.,
trict of Columbia. •
- NEARLY all the, grapes about Sandusky,
Ohio, and on the islands, proved afailure
- this year. The bad, rainy weather in the
spring destroyed them.
l Arr oil refiner of Glasgow has offered
- :£403,000, of $2.200,000, for the Island of
Arran, on the coast of Bcotland, and ont.
~bid the Marquis of Bute by £50,000. ;
BUFFALO has -thirty city pumps, - and
the Coancil'has 'refused to pay a, bill of
__supplying them (the pumps)
."with cups, thifir-ng ':rather steep."
An Ohio owner. of a-dog, which had
been.orderakilled; sett tolhe Mayor a
nest package 'containing \ the amputated
paw of the beast, asevidence of his death.
COATES it Co., the Enellsh thread
makers, are soon to erect a raanufacittr
. ing establishment at _Providence, 1.,
which will employ eight hundred oPera•
THE editor of the Louisville Courier-
Journal informs his readers that "Twen
ty:one hundred and ninety-one years ago
- to:day (Thirsday,) I distinguished
friend Demosthenes died by poison." ..
' Frvs inmates of the New York state ,
lunatic asylum a few days since were
taken to the Tombs, In New York city,
to be sent to county asylums. Allot them
were convicts who had gone mad in
prison. , •
• AN Alliance (Ohio) saloon-keeper un
dertook to open a "enebang" at the Mal
vern campmeeting. Result—his stock
and his. horse and wagon seized, a *Lae of
$175 impo.ied,"tind himself banished from
the vicinity. „ ,
Fiu. AND HATTIE SAXTON' are in
jail at Norwalk, Ohio; for kidnapping an
' eight months old' baby from 'the Huron
Ootinty Infirmary—since restored ,and
'afterward stealing a horsallind,buggy at
- ;The Dayton (0.) Journal thinks'lhat
the coal mines of the ..llanging -Thiciere
gion and many of the salt works in Ohio
are in a'state which justifies it in expect
' ing them to repeat the Avondale' horror.
The editor speaks from personal obaerya-
, A. vourn of twelve years, called to the
police dock at St: Louis to answer a
charge of assaulting a comrade with a
knife, cutting him so badly in the side
that he was confined to bed for a fortnight,
asked for a' "continuance," because of
the "absence of Material witnesses."
Hus.BEltnraux, r..ear Bellbrook, Ohio,
was found dead in the cisternatherhouse
on the Bth inst.:L She was a' large woman,
and the cistern, the opening to which 'is
but eighteen inches ,square, had only
two and'a half feet of water. Her hus
band was away fromthome at the time.
THE Board of Supervisors of Chicago
had under consideration a resolution to
allow the sale of intoxicating liquors in
the county Prison, upom the vendor giv
, ing bond to $5OO that he would not sell
• any but wholesome beverages, and char ge
• no more than the ordinary price for the
same, but after discussiotrlaid it en the
Ides. Rwrn Hs gt.turs: of Henniker
N. IL, died last week, aged one hundred
years, three months and thirteen days-
Shp was the first female child born in.that'
town, and the first — child:.baptized there.
She desired her.funeral to be held in the
old Town Hotise 4 .-which has only been
used for town meetings for over a quarter
of a century.
. TEE Albany Journal, says the mane
gers of the recent New • York State fair
would not aIIOW daily newspapers .. to.be
sold on the groundS, whilst Lager could
be obtained•in abundance, and adds that
it, had been of the ,opinion the managers
were opposed to the dissemination of in:
telligence,:but that this action was their
first confession of 'it...
Ix 71 •
WorcestCr, Mass.,, last week, a
:number of. school boys, from ten, ,to
: - teen years,(sf age i tapped a desk of liquor
in , a freight car, and tilling several bottles,
drank freely themselves sad treated their
'/companions. The result was that all of
them got intoxlcated - and caused a great
commotion "in - the school room by 'their
• subsequent sickncas.'' ,
irk& faitairi z i in ; the vicinity of West
ford', Connecticut, ebniplaln. that ihe dog
law has so , reduced the dogs in that re
. • glen that they stiffer -much; front • foxes,
weasels • and *oodebucks:, „One'
roan lost thirty-seven yourig'inrkeys: in a
short time by foxes. All complaln of
the loss of eggs, small chickens, and
half-grown fowls and , turkeys. , • • ••
FUNNY DOINGS. are credited to Nose
Hopkins, c.dured, mail agent on a South.
ern railroad. At Holly Springs, Miss., I
the' postmaster asked for the mail. Moses
replied that he hadn't started with as much.
as he thought he had, and bad given it all
out at the depots above,: but he would
leave a good sized bag full for him next
time. Moses resigned recently.
Dn. MART Waurgn has been peram
bulating Cincinnati in semi-male attire.
A. young lady named Ida Price, seeing
the costume, became so , enamored of it
that she "saw" the Doctor, and "went
her one better," donning not only the in
expressibles, but a coat and weskit. The
police, however, who had'ut interfered
, with the Doctor's trowsers, thought Ida
was carrying the joke a little too far, and
took her to the Station House. She "went
up" for thirty days.
Ax ENGLISHMAN sends "confidential"
information to a . gentleman in Columbus,
Ohio, with reference to the formation of a
company- for the manufacture of plate
glass from sand of suitable character
found at the mouth of Platin creek, seven
miles below St. Louis,
on the Mississippi
river. It is said that the sand has been
tested, and proven to be unsurpassed for
the purpose in . Europe or America.
There is now no , manufactory of plate
'glass, within, the United States.
• Ix Pregniss county, Alabama, a ,few
days since„Jaines Hammond died of, &in
hestion of the heart and 'arteries. -Ten
ofirit befOre his death the "intlsationi l of
his arteries ceased; but he walked , about
timing the time, , gave .411.N:dons about
his affairs to his family.,and , drank- coffee'
an hour before he expired.; A. physi
cian in attendance says that during an
perlence of ten years m healing all,kinds
of congestions in Louisiana, he never
met with or read of such a , remarkable
Ten new law in relation to the inspec
tion of boilers in Ohio went into opera
tion August let. Every owner of a steam
boiler is required to report to the deputy
inspector of the district the location of
such boiler, for inspection, within sixty
days from the Ist of August in each year,
under a penalty of twenty-five dollars,
and in ease the boiler is not ready for in.
spection at a tints - designated by the in
spector, there is liability to pay the, fees
and expenses`of inspection and five dol.
hits additional. - The \law requires • each
boiler to , have a safety valve- also, a low
water indicator, so con s tructed as to give
an alarm, under a- penalty of two bun.
tired elollars. = Several boiler owners in
the northern part of :the State have re
limed-to comply with,the provisions of
- the act, and will not iermit an• examina
tion of their boilers by the deputy in
spector. The matter has been referred to
the Attorne,y General.
Awnax or two ago a compositor work
ing on a St. Louis newspaper endeavored
to get a sum of money advanced on a
note held by him against bier brother.
lie made several unsuccessful applies.
tions;'but at length lured an :honest and
unsuspecting printer to advance him $7OO
on it. Compositor No. 1 worked at the
Gin; While his, wife kept a millinery
stare. morning or two since woman
who represented herself as the Brat and
only wife of the typo, dashed into the
store and threatened tb prosecute him for
bigamy.' Typo No: II wentAb the mums.
pectinc printer in greatlibitrest and rep.
resented that he Was' tinder the - dire he.
ceasity,br going to" Caliad.4 to evade the
righteoniarm of the la*, and Oho did,
at least but of the city, and the printer is
minus his t 700.. new sees that it was
all a ruse:- The swindler disposed of
most of his stock of millinery goods, and
is understood to have left unpleasant im
, ons of himself amongst. other Par-
Tart Hollidaysburg jail is empty.
A. , ozzaraudeit of Lebanon has scat
twenty years old.
Atrrus B. PEB,BY has been appointed
,Public at Warren. Warren county.
Tuse.orner stone of the H. E. Church
at .Newport, Perry county will be laid
with ittemnic . _ceremonies on Saturday,
• Tun Presbyterian Congregation 'ot
Middle Spring. Cumberland county,,have
extended a call to. Rev. J. W. Wigntrnan,
"of Greencastle. Salary $2,000.
Mns. REBECCA. Lasszo, died at:Potts
town, Schttylkillcounty, on the 15th, after
an illness of some weeks. For the apace
of forty days , she, had eaten no food of
DAVID SHAFFER, eighteen years of age,
residing near Loysville, Perry county,
accidentally shot himself, on Friday of
last week, at Metz's foot log over Sher.,
mares creek, the contents of the gun en- ,
tering his left side and proving fatal.
TIIE Mayor of Harrieburgh, learning of
an intendtd raid by thieves on the freight
cars 01 the Pennsylvania Railroad, ad
vised the police, who "lay in wait"'and
succeeded in capturing two colored min,
William Butler mid' Thomas Dorsey, in
the very act of carrying off boxes which
they had taken from the cars.
A. PAMAGS was received at the Potts
ville postoftlee on Thursday, forAudenreld
P. 0., done up In :a newspaper, postage
prepaid at 'book Tates. Its weight and
peculiar appearance suggested an exam
ination, whiell' --- brought forth a six•
shooter, with each barrel loaded.. Of
,course, no further' in, that con
dition., < • '
Tan recent ,cases• of hydrophobia in
Philadelphia have caused the dog.takers
employed by the eity-.to be looked upon
no longer as interlopers. The man lie'- :
muih, owner of the dogihat bit the little
girl:McCredy, whose hdrfible 'sufferings
and, death we have ,nOjed,fias been died
charged. from ,custody,
committed ithout On account of
the nonappearance of the
By the upsetting of a hack, on Thurs
dsylasfi, tin the road from Jelahoning tr.) ;
Icittattning, Mr., Rearich had an arm
broken and his wife also very seriously
; Injured.., Mr... James Daniels, bad a leg
broken, Mrs, Porter,vf ,Whitesburg, was
cut in the face and :otherWise . hurt, and
the driver, Mr. Joseph Lucas, , was also'
considerably used -, up , A:' The upset was
canted by , the' horses taking fright and
running off; ' • -
- Tat assignee in' giving notice to'hold
'crs' of Crawford comity: - bank. bills to
pp sent them to in Mcidville; on, or
before. the 30th inst.,,noae,tO be 'Spayed
after that date, also'eautions the public
'agatnstlaking any from others, as bills
have been abstracted/rem him which will
be Useless to the holders.
Ffaraid itayii "it man who steals the bills
of that bank should be sent to the insane
asylum Instead Of the kuttUntiari, , ? :
• Tun Manch , Chunk Gazette has A
.Word to Consumers of Coal." 'lt'saye:
"By all means lay in your winter
.of coal at . 0nce...`,11 the collieries now'
PITTSBURGH G BITE : MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27, 1869,
idle should resume work to-morroyitotbd ,
all...then. :Continue working constantly
during - the; razeisidnder of the Fall, the
stipp'.7;up to the close of navigation,
could not more than equal last year.
But.with the uncertain- condition of
saki in the mines the supply is likely to
fall considerably short."
Tan following Post offices have been
Spring Hope, Bedford county—H.
Albaugh appointed Postmaster.
Glendale, Cambria county—John 0.
St. Lawrence, Cambria county—M. E.
St. Bonifacins, Cambric county—B.
HENRY R. Rouse, of South West, came
to his death by the burning of his well in
April, 1861, near the place at the mouth of
Cherry Run which bears his name. Hav
ing no family, he devised the most of his
estate to the Commissioners of Warren
county, the interest thereof to be en- .
pended, one-halt on the roads and one
half for the benefit of the poor of said
county. The amount realized after the
requisite legialatiou and arrangement's to
make the bequest available . was $150,000.
The fund'is now invested mainly in Gov
ernment securities, and yields some $ll,-
000 per annnm.ti The half of It thus , far
keeps up the.expenttes of maintaining the
poor of said county. The road money is
applied in differentaectiens . of, the county
. toward• building bridges- and repairing
;roads, as , the Commissioners may. deem,
Vi HAT A COOPEELILTIVE L.S.thi
The Chicago Evening' Post: says:
Carefully made estimates' of the cost of a
laundry capable of wishing 'and boning
1,000 io 2,000 dozen par week, are, in this
city, as follows:. •
Twelve-horse boiler and six-horse en
Washing machine, second size,
six tubs... . 400
Centrlfrugal wringer 300
Pulleys and belting 100
Drying room . 150
Steam pipe, 1,000 feet . 220
Ironing stove and sad irons - 50
Horse, wagon and harness ' 500
Drainage and sewerage 75
Boiler, tubs and wringers 100
Overseer's salary 2 month', during
construction ' ' 200
Irons omitted or undercharged,
To this must be added the vent of a
building for the laundry, another for a
stable, and possibly a third for a boarding
house, the coat of which will depend up.
on size, , locality, etc. Any common
structure of 25:60 feet will be good
enough and large enotighter thelatindry„
and as but one horse is required, a single
stall 'and a shed for the wagon will be
cheaply gotten. The rent, taxes, inter.
est, insurance, etc., will be paid from
current receipts, hence will form no part
of the first outlay. The monthly cost, of
running •midi a laundry would, be, for
labor and mat.tial, exclusive of rent.
Laundress, at $45 per month.. $ 45
Six girls, at $3O per monthlBo
Engineer, $6O per month . 60
Driver, 1150 per month 50
Superintendent, $lOO per month 100
liorsiNkeep; $l2 per m0nth'...:4 . ... 12
Starch. blueing and soap,. Pa per
Fael, $5O per month_... 50
Bo,y, 620 per month 20
Stationery, adTertising, etc., $lO per •
Sundries, incidentals, etc
Total per month...—. td 6 B 3
Now if 200 families, of five persons
each, contributed to -the support of the
laundry, and if the washing averaged six
dozen to the family, the aggregate would
be 1,200 dozen Weekly, at a cost, exclu
dive of rent-Charge, of thirteen and five.
'eighth3 cents per dozen. Barely , little
enough to impel all householders, who are
.in a condition to live in common decency,
to test the correctness of these figures.
1. If a man faints, place him flat on
his back and let him alone. •
2. If any poison is swallowed, drink
instantly half a glass of cool Water, with
a heaping teaspoonful each of common
salt and ground mustard stirred into it;
this vomits as soon as it roaches.-the
stomach; but for fear some of the poison
might remain, swallow the whites of one
or two raw eggs, or drink a cup of strong
coffee, these two being antidotes for a
greater number of poisons than any dozen
other articles known, with the advantage
of their being always at hand, if not, a
pint of sweet oil, or lamp oil or "drip
pings,7 or melted butter or lard, are good
subStltutes, especially if they vomit quick-
.3. The beat thing to stop the bleeding ,
of a moderate cut instantly, is to cover it
well with cobweb; flour and salt, half
and halt. •
4. If the blood conies from a wound by
jets or spurts,- be spry, or the man may
die in a few minutes, because the artery
is severed; tie a handkerchief closely
around near the part between the Wound
and the heart; put a stick between the
handkerchief and the skin; and twist it
around until the bleed' ceases 'to . ffow;
keep it there until the doctor comes; if in
a position where the handkerchief cannot
be used, press the thumb on a spot near
the wound, between the wound and the'
heart; increase the pressfire until the
bleeding ceases, but 'do not lessen the
pressure for an instant before the phYal
citin arrives, so as , to glue' up the wound
by coagulation or cooling of the harden-.
inn, blood. ; c-, - •
5. If your clothing takes fire, slide the
hands down the dress, keeping-them as
close to the body as possible; at the same
time sinking to the floor by •bending the'
knees ; this has a smothering ,effect upon
the flaniesi• if not e x tingui s hedor great
headway gotten; liedtan on the floor
and roll oVer, ;9r , better , , enelefie ,your- I
Self' in a carpet, rug,' bedcaoth, 9r any
, garment you can ,get hold .of; always
prisferring,woolen. -• 1 , •
5. If....the: body is tired, lest; , if the
brain is tired, sleep
7.' If the bowels are liiose,•lai down In
warm bed, remain there, arid', eat
nethitig until well.
8. II the action sit the bowels does nok"
occur at the mean:tour, eat skit An atom
until they do act,.at least for thirty-six
.beurs; meanwhile drinklargely-of cold
water or hot teas, and exercise in the
open air to the extent of a gentle perspi
ration,.and keep this up until things are
righted, this suggestion, if practiced;
would save myriads of lives every year;',
botir in the,city and conntrl: ' '
9. The three best medicine§ In the
world are warmth; abstinence and repose:
Hiaith ' . '
sirturr CAN TOPS.
VRITIT- CAN TOP.
co4 w s.st.
We are now.. prepared to supply Tinners and
Potters. It Is perfect, simple. and as cheap as
the plain top, having the names of the various
Pruitt! , stamped upqn the cover, radiating from
the center. and - an index or pointer stamped upon
,the toPof.the can. , • - •
It is Clearly, Disthictly and Permanently
I-dA.33ELE - 13 0 ,
tor merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing In
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
seeing t. o n
PIPES. CHIMNEY TOPS. eco,
♦ large IsSortment.
HENRY H. COLLINS,
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No. 94 WOOD. BTENZT.
Third doorstgrisi DiknondSllert
, • . PIWBBLYBOIL
-FALL : STOCK OF • , . .
MEN & BOYS'.CLOTEINQ,
- - -No* Reeetrhie •
• ' • GRAY & LOGAN'S'
NO; 47 SIXTH STREET,
LATE ST. cr,Lra..
ear • •
'2 V 7 1%/31ZIONAZILD
, ,Npops oonstantlY hr t nd
Cloths,' CassOneres andrest4ngs.
AIso,GENTLI*EN , S FURNISHING GOCDS.
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield Streei,_
PITTSBURG H. PA.
sa-Glent , s Clothing inside to order in the latest
NEw . FALL Goops.
A splandld new stock
CLOTHS, CUSEILMETiEg, ao.
Jost•seoetired by 111CPULT WEYER.
, . •
sek: Merchant Tailor. 173 BtalthiS el drotree t.
° Mite Cutter wtth W. -HesPenheldea
No. 53 Smithfield Streel,Pittsburgh.
10261311 • '
NOTICE TO FLOUR DEALERS
_ AND cONSTMEES.--Wenre now reeds- -
Ina slot of 40,000 bushels carefully_ selected
WWII: AND AMBER AND TrINNESCRE
WHEAT, purchased in Gibson Parse. Breen
•and Idorgao counties, Indiana: • This lot of
Wheat Is the very best t) be found and cannot
be snrpassed by Any In the 'United States.
We have al.° 'finished our Improvements in
Machinery. Boiling Cloths and Cooling HOOO/11,
and are now prepared to turrush the best Flour
we have made for ten years at prices that der/
:competition On the same grades of
NCENNEiDIr & BRO..
• • 'Pearl Bteam AllaShen/
fieptember.l3. 1869 • •
LOU 8! 'FLOUR! FLOUR!
NNESOTA BAKERS FLOURS.
480 bbis. Legal 'Tender. 3V7.bbis Sa Ha. 367
tags y,rudne. 170 bbls !Summit Bibs 170 bbls
Winona (RN, finO bills Red River. 133 bble May
Sitoicz wisoommi pLowts
Stdl'obls Riverside., 1165 bble White Star, guy
bbls variont brand s ipring W heat Flour: ,
WINTER WREST FAMILY vLOCR,
City MIR ,of bpringneld. Cblo. Pride of the
West, Depot Mills; 'Hannon A; Paragon Bilis
Ringleader and Crown, cboice St. Louts. •
rot. sale: lower than can be brought from the
West: WATT. LA,I.IG & CO..
irri • • al% and 114 Wood Street.
. NILSON STEVIART & CO
removed heir Ostce to. -
NO. .567 LIBMITY STlLEET
auitelyoity Pion 11131)511 , COND IMMO&
are ti to Welsh /pod YOUGII/0-
OH X P, NUT COAL OBBLACK, at ths
Lowest market erica. • • '
tli ordere left et their oSloe,. or.edaressed to
them ahrough the mall. will , be attended to
B & MOSEBi
'sl . ,
rattlT HOUSES /1813001ATION BUILDINGB,
Na.o p and 4 St. glair !Street, rittabarich.
itpoolal attention given to tits dealsning and
building.ot COURT HOUBBO: ZUBL3
IinnUDENSO. •• r. „f •
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
JOSEPH HOER & GO'S,
NEW FALL GOODS
712.191 t C>perLed..
LINEN 'RUFFLED COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SHYER. LAWN AN D.LACK.
DE istrrA.TioN ).ACES ,t FDOLNGS,
BOULSITANDE sTIRTS, ARAB SHAWL'S.
INFANTS' HAND KNITwog , DSk ISACQ'i ES
KNITTING AND Ze..YRYB YARN.
s.VA CAN VA,S.
KNITTER• 4 MATEmAr,s,
HA.ND'OME tt,.W AND SASH - RIBBONS,
BONNE.' VELVKII4;_ L . •
HAT AND ItoNNET FLUMES,
FINE ' , BENCH FLOWERS.
Latest stvl, s ..ATS AN'D BONNETS.
BONNET AND ItA.T. FBA MEd, and
77 and tillth - STREET
In Plaid and Roman Striped
Baffled Collars and Cuffs,
The New Sailor Collar, •
Silk. Glass Buttons.
In all the Newest 'Patterns.
MISSES PINE VOl3 UPS AND . SAME'
POE PALL AND . WINI I EI2 WEAR
A _Fait qupply of AU Kinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANN ELS,
MACEtAL GLYDE & CO.,
78 & 80 Market Street.
NACRUN 6: CARLISLE'S
Dress Trimmings and Button&
lembrolderies and Laces.
Blborms and. Flowers. • •
Hats and Bonnets.
Glove fitting and Freneh Corsets.
New Styles oraelby's Skirts.
Parasols—all the new styles.
Sun and Bain Umbrellas. ,
Hoslery—the beitelermlbab realms.
Agents tin 'HarrteMamless HMO ,
Spring and Bummer underwear,
Bole Agents' ror the - Bemis Patent Shape Col.
lank "Lockwood:a "Irving, twest End,'
oßlite,'r &at •ADlotetti,./ `.lDaby. , !. and other
Dealers empplled with the aboye at
MACRUM & CARLISMI
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
WINES, BRANDIES, .GIN, &C.,
WIIOLESA,III DEALERS IN
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
409 PENN STREET.
Rave Xemoved to,
NOS. 384 AND 386:PENN,
Cor. EleventhSt' , (formerly canal.)
•FtNE 'ASSO3TMENT OF
An elegant assortment just received.
flair and Jute Switches,
Balmoral and Plaid Hosiery,
Wool Ralf Bose,
Shirts and Prawers, , -
MN SUMER GOODS
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
. K13113' PRIM 3,.
. . - •
,•.• , , _ .
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VINES; LIQUORS, art.
JOSEPH S. FD/CH &
Nos. 18,4 187,1892x9#,198 and 195,
FIRST STREET, P;TIRRVEPH:
staxusjAcrdnina 07 '
cep*. Distilled Pare Bye', Whiskey.
Also, dealers in POREION WINES and LI
UORB,HO/13e- afr. J,. . " Tehm.oss;
E LEGANT zt . •-• ' • •
• . PAPER HANGINGS:
EasmOM) .Pspers • la_llll,in tint' tamer-
Inoue to soot and emote. Vermillion- ground*
withgold and Inlaid figures. EMBOSSED Vat.-
VETS, INDIA TAPESTRY, GREEK PANELS
Newly Imydrted and not to be found elsewhere
In the Country.. For sale at '
- • • ; ..z r. ;
W. P. M A RS HALL'S - !
WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street.
DECORATIONS -4O :Wood,
'Marble-and 'Fresco hattations ref Valls
alto ,Celltngs of Dining. Zooms. Has, cite. at
No. 107 Market street. •
./Y7/ • • JOSEPH H. HtTIMES & •BRO'.
TANIPED ,GOLD PAPERS for :
04artlrs, tt N 6.107 Motet street.
Y 23 _i o larit RIM= A Rao,
C - A - R
P E TS.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
At the Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
BOVBD, ROSE & CO.,
21 FIFTII AVENUE.
NEW FALL STOCK.
The Fiist..irr-the Market
THE OHEAP E ST.
..• -•-, •-.. "
• ,• CHOICE PArtEBIS9
Two-ply and. Three-ply
CHEAP IM RAIN;; .eAUPTS.
THE FINEST,LINE OF
Ever Offerecl irk Pittsburgh.
Bare time and money by buying from
McYIELIkND & COLLINS•
No. 71 and 13717TH AVENUE.
rurchas - s edby onr..llr. MoCallum 'Mau mann
fact in Europe.
Assortment - ever offered in Pittsburgh.
ALSO, A FINE STOBII. Cl
A FINE 'ABeIORTMEI 4 IT OF
Well Seasoned Oil Cloths.
.tro. 51 FIFTH r irEarrns,
OLIVER it'CLINToCk I CO.
LATE JIISW =Tap A
FINE > SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND'
THE LAIOEST itMHMMT OF
WlATE,cmcic & FANCY
FOR SUMMER' WEAR,
IN TUE OM.
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
ObIYE ,NcLIPTOCK & CO I S•
23 'FIFTH AVENUE.
QINGERLY & OLE'S, Successors
to GEL P. ectrucnauar & Co..
PILLOTICA.L - LITROUNAPHERS.
The only Steim Littiogripnie Establlinteent
West of the Mountains. - Business Cards, Letter
Reads, BOUCLi, LaboisyCireulars, Show Cards,
Diplomas:Portraits, rewS, Cettilleates of De-
oo3its, Invitaticrn• Csr3s, Nns. TS snd 'l4
"101.4 • t , PPI. Pitt.sliiirrik. •
ililltir'PE_____,ClV' - ' OILNAIIIMTAL
HAtn wort - KEN 'AND PERI I IIIII2,II, 1.10.
11.Trard street, near Steithgeld. Pittsburgh. 1
Aiwan_l unhand. a_goneral assortment. of La-
dtess 38,_. BANDS, 'OTIRLS . Gantleanen's i
Wleifk_WPEßS. SCALPS, (WARnCHAIN3, -,
BRAC=JETS. am. AcirAmd _Price In cash
will .be .givon for BAN
Ladies , 'and Oentierae.n , s Hair Cutting done
1141216 upstast , =armor. '• - • mis 2 nil
- fION'AINEES , TO. TREAT ALL
ki private diseases:B7ollls in all Its forms,' all
urinary diseases, andthe effects of mercury are
eompietely eradicated: - Sltermatorrhea or Semi
nal Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abase or other ceases, and which prodncea
some of the following effects, as blotcnes, bodily
weakness, indigestion, eonsumption, aversion to
society unmanliness, dread of. future Arrents,
toss of memory, indolelice, nocturnal emission%
and finally so prostrating the - sexual system as to
render marriali unsatisfactory, and therefore
imprudent, are permu.ently cured . ~ ..Parsontaf.
dieted with these or any other delicate, intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give the Doctor a trial; he never Mc',
A particular attention_ given to all Female com
plaints, Leueorrhea or 'Whites, Falling,
.rnstion .0r- Ulceration of the Womb, Overitis,
prnritia,•Amenorritcsic- Menorrhafdai Dyamen. ;
norrhoea, and nterillty or Berrenne.s.s, are treat
ed with'Magrelitiest enclitic • •
It Is self-tvideattrst , ft physician who. confines
himself exclusively tothe study of a certain class
diseases andlreats thousands - oteases every
year mast acquire frreater. skill in that 'specialty •
than One la general practice.. - • • •
The Doctor publlihes a medical fiamphlet of
fifty paaestbat lived p toll exposition of venereal
and private diseases, that can be had free at °Mee
or by mall for two stamp", In sealed envelopes.
Every sentence contains Instruction to the s.f.
dieted. and enabling Allard to determine the pre-
Case nature of their complaints.
The. establishment. , • comprbi.big . ten ample
rooms, Is central.. When it fs not, coseenient to
Melt vbe city, the Doctor's opinion can be ob.
Minel by giving a written , statement of the case,
Ind .inedleinea cantle forwarded by mell , or,er.
press. In some instances. however s c ar y while]
examination is ab3elutely necessali, n
others daily personal' attention Is rest [red, and
far the accommodation e f such patients there are
apartments connected with the office that are pro.
muted with every requisite that is calm:dated to
.promote recovery, including nledinated, vapor
`ths. All prescriptions are prepares, In
Nectar?" own laboratory, unaet , hla —personal sa
perrislon. • !Medical.. pamphlets, at vitae free or
• brumil two stamps., lie, matter who ha ve
read what he - sals. , tiotrit 9 a.m. toe Pm.
SileitaMlN x. to SP. It• OM No. ikWy4fig
U le g . • 9 61 4.4 14 gisepAbu R. Pa
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