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There's a beautiful face in the silent air,
Which follows nie ever and near,
With smtilug ei es.and amber hair.
With voiceless b Cann with breath cf Draper,
That I tee), yetot hear.
The dimpled hand. and ringlets of gold,
Lie low la a warble sleep:
I stretc emp ty arms fo stra nge ly of old,
But the air Iscold,
And my vigil atone I keep.
There's a sinless brow with a radiant crown
And a cross laid down in the dust;
There's a smile where never a shade conies now
And tears no more irom those dear eyes flow,
to sweet In their innocent trust.
Ab. welll and summer Is coming again,
Singing her 5/111.1 old song;
But, oh!. IL sounds like a soh or palm,
As it floats in the BUilibine and the rain.
O'er hearts of the world's great throng.
T .'er e. s ateautiful region above tne skies,
nd I long to reach Its shore.
7 , r I know I shalt Had my treasure there,
t t a h g luolngd e y n es a
gone b b e e o re.lr
GENERAL. NE %S.
Tun new Yale theological building will
A HARTFORD court decides that it is
not cruelty to ahirnals to tie the legs of
Gault was never more abundant in Vir
ginia. than at present. Tliis is the case
generally throughout the South.
Tin North Carolina Lunatic. Asylum
is at present overcrowded, and applica
tions for admittance are refused.
Firrv•Two plans were submitted for
the proposed McPherson mondment at
Cincinnati. The committee selected one
providing for an equestrian statue of the
SENATOR SPRAGUE is said to be the
largest employet in thelJnited States. He
gives work to about eight thousand per
sons, and has recently raised their wages
fifteen per cent.
THE body of a NeW Hampshire youth bis
been exhumed, and, his heart - cut out aed
burned, from a superstition that this alone
would save the life of his brother, who is
dying with the same disease—consump
tion. - -
Two pieces of timber used forty years
ago as part of the gallows upon which
the first person, a negro, was executed in
lionongalis county, West Virginia, were
recently removed from a cellar in Morgan
Dt. W. tf.. Mossgr, of Cincinnati, re
cently performed a very difficult and dan
gerous operation, in removing a large and
deep•seated• tumor from the face and
throat of a son of Secretary Cox, at Wash
TELE fire in the Dismal Swamp has
driven from their coverts hordes of wild
animals, forcing them to take refuge even
within the populated precincts. One day
last week a full-grown bear was discov
ered quietly feeding in the streets of
In THE St. Louis police coust r .one day
last week, during the proceedings, an
infant emitted a series of cries and shrieks,
whereupon the _Marshal addressed the
mother in severe tones, "Madame, you
must stop that co, urt from crying or this
child . cannot gb on."
Tan old church at Hingham, Mass.,
built in 1635, and the oldest in New Eng
land, if not in the country, having been
thoroughly repaired and refitted, was re
dedicated on Wednesday of last week.
The church has had only seven pastors in
the two hundred and thirty-four years of
• A PALLCE for horses has been erected
some twenty miles from San Francisco,
which cost the owner about $75,000. It
is finished with the most costly woods of
the country, inlaid and interlaced; and
instead of brass and iron, silver has been
as freely used as in our most expensive
. dwelling houses.
THE business of 0. Ames & Son, the
great shovel manufacturers at North
Easton, Mass., having suffered from
drunkenness among some of the work
men, a rule has been adopted to discharge
every man who is found drunk unless he •
will disclose and testify in court where
he obtained his liquor.
GOLD digger& are at work in Virginia.
The Fredericsburg Herald says: "A
number of miners are in this section of
the State from Nevada, California and
Colorado, engaged in washing the placer
mines, in this county, with good returns.
One of them made $9O, another $6O, and
a third_ $l5, in the course of a week's
Lloica law is the popular, code at Port
age-City,-Wis., where from.one robbery
there have sprung two murders and two
informal executions by the mob. The
last victim was one Pat Wildrick, whose
crime was that he was suspected of a rob
bery, and that his attorney had shot the
chief witness againt him and been lynch
ed therefor the day previous.
Tan Kingston Bast Temleaseean an
. flounces the sale of the Klmbrough tract
near Post 04k Spring, adjoining the
- Itoancaron Company tract. A Mr. ,Win
cheater, of Pennsylvania, is the pur
chaser, paying $30,000. The tract was
• purchased with the view to the erection of
works for the manufacture:of iron. The
tracts abounds in coal and iron ore.
BRIDGEPORT, Ct., saloonkeeper bad
a customer the other day whom be would
like to call often. He stowed away forty
cents' worth of lager and cheese, and
threw down a twenty dollar gold piece to
pay for it. On being asked how much
change he wanted, he replied "nineteen
' dollars and sixty cents," which was
banded over to him, and he took his de
AT Lancaster Ohio, on Thursday of
last week, Daniel Reese-.shot and killed
Thomas Jones, as the result of a quarrel,
originating in the ' latter attempting to
take a revolver.ftom the former, fearing
he would do harm With it. They were
- in the employ of the , eiticlnnatigafiroth
Conipany es machinis)a; and .fa 4 been
the' best of 6 Tiantla: Reese was' froM
Oasaussais who have made "the trip"
over the Pacific Railroad notice the ab.
sence of song birds from the region
through which the road passes. One of
these observant travelers says that for five
hundred milea he,Saw nothing in the
feathered shape bu haWka and sage hens
the latter a grayish-white' somewhat
• mottled bird, rather larger and longer in
body than our partridges.
Porraas, the murderer of QUellette,
was executed at Murray Bay, Canada, on
'Monday of last week. Up to his last
moments he persisted in declaring his ; n
nocence, and refused the 'consolation Of
" religion until brought face to faze with hi
fate on the , scaffold, when lie confessed
hie guilt and repented his sins. The en.
.ectalon was characterized by a painful
and brutal incident. The rope was left
too long, so that when the trap' fell, Ni
tres fell to the ground on his knees. He
was taken up again and the rope short
ened. so that when he fell the second time
the law was vindicated. The chief exe
cutioner froni Montreal was said to have
been intoxicated at the time of the execu
A CORRESPONDENT of the New York
Evening Post gives two recipes which are
valuable if effective. To kill cockroaches,.
take equal parts of carbolic acid and pow
dered camphor, mix, and paint spots and
cracks where they hide. The vermin
come out to certain destruction. "Noth
ing more sublime in history." Number
two; One part of carbolic acid and three
parts of water applied to a dog will kill
fleas at once. He has seen it tried. ,
Ax estrangement once took place be
tween Senator. Fessenden and a Senator
not now a member of that body, on ac
count of words spoken in debate. After .
41 few days, the Senator sent him, from
his desk, a note—"lf I have offended
you, I ask your forgiveness; if you have
offended me, I have forgotten kt it."
Fessenden did not keep bache
when he crossed the Chamber to shake
hands with his old friend, from whom he
had been temporarily separated.
IT His beep the habit of the fur traders
in the Hudson Bay territory to take
to themselves wives from the native Indian
women. whom they abandoned, with
Ahem offspring, when they returned to
civilized regions, without compunction.
One of the. courts in. Montreal has decided
in the case of a man named Connelly, that
such a marriage is binding; and the chil
dren by it legitimate, while a subsequent
marriage to a white woman is void, and
the children by it illegitimate.
Tan Mammoth Cave (Ky.) property
has been in the bands of Jude Under
wood, as trustee for the -.heirs of Gen.
Crept!, for forty years. Although its
owners have been anxious to sell, yet by
the singular and whimsical terms of the
devise under which they: hold, it has been.
impossible to do so till now. A large
stock company has been ` organized in
New York, whose purpose it is to buy
the cave property and erect there one of
the largest hotels on the continent.
IN DETROIT last week a lady was sud
denly seized with vertigo and fell to the
sidewalk. Several persona rushed to her
assistance. among them a physician, who
found that she was being strangled in
some manner. A moment's investiga=
tion i revealed the cause, in the shape of a
set of false teeth that had dropped from
"their position as the head of the lady
thumped on the sidewalk, and in her
gasping for breath had been drawn into
the throat so far that she was with diffi
As ONE of the wealthy farmers of Ber
gen, N. J., was on his way to market not
long ago he lost hie pocketbook, contain
ing $4B. It was picked up by a small
boy and returned to its owner, who
feeling eonsiderably elated over its re
turn, dove down . deep into his pockets
for the purpose of rewarding the young
ster. He drew out a five cent piece, and
after turning it over several times took it
back into his pocket again telling the boy
he had no pennies with him then, but
would remember him when he came
Tux Memphis Post says: "We are in
formed that on Friday night of last week
a colored man was most wantonly mur
dered at Water Valley, Mjseissippi. It
appears that in making some purchases
he found the mercnant had not given him
back the right change by a dollar and six
bits, and the colored man told him so.
The latter demanded to know if he
charged. him with stealing his money.
'No,' replied the colored man, 'but
you have my money.' Without another
word the high-toned merchant drew a
revolver and shot him through the heart,
killing him instantly."
Orr FRIDAY afternoon of last week a
terrible accident occurred on the Canada
side at Niagara Falls, resulting in the
death of one lady and the serious injury
of three others. It seems that a party
from Providence, R. L, consisting of a
Mr. Tillinghast and wife, Mr. Fisher,
Mrs. Smith and Miss Mary Ann %lieu,
were in a carriage going down the road
way leading to the ferry landing; when
portion& of the harness gave .way lon one
of the horses, allowing the carriage to
come againsithem. The animals became
restive and unmanageable,' and at last
turned around in such a manner as to
force the hind wheels of the vehicle over
the edge of the precipice. It balanced
for a moment, when James Martin, the
driver, and Mr. Tillinghast, who also oc
cupied a seat on the box, jumped off just
in time to save themselves, and then the
carriage, containing the ladies, went over
the bank a distance of about sixty feet.
Mrs. Smith was found to have been in
stantly killed; Mxs. Tillinghast was much
cut and bruised; Miss Balton was taken
up unconscious, but revived, and was
thought to be internally injured; and
Mrs. Fisher had one wrist fractured.
A MOST distressing accident occurred
at Creatline, Ohio, on Friday night of
last week, resulting in the death of Mrs.
David Cassell, an estimable young mar
ried lady. She was at her house alone
with her two little children, awaiting her
husband's return from work. The oldest
child was sleeping in an adjoining room,
and her babe playing beside her. The
babe in some way upset a coal oil lamp
near them on the table, and in smother s
anxiety to shield her liabe, the contents
of the lamp were scattered over her. and
in an instant she was envelopedin flames.
Her only thought was the safety of her
child, which she threw from her, and it
escaped the fire entirely. The neighbors
were soon attracted by the blazing light
in the house; but it was some minutes be
fore an entrance could be effected, as the
timid mother, alone whither children, se
curely barred the doors and windows.
The window-sash was broken through by
those outside, and the unfortunate woman
found on the, floor. wrapped in flames,
and the house too on fire. It was soon
extinguished, however, and the suffering
woman was able to detail the circum
stances as related. She , dled in about
two hours, after suffering great agony.
The babe was foetid entirely unharmed.
OBRA 0. Ilnoss who died at Cincinnati
lass week was probably the only .. living
man who ever heard Daniel Webster
make a legal effort before a justice of tb,o
Peace. It was in Doscatvon, a case
where not a hundred dollars was involv
ed, and soon after the commencemoot of
this century. Mr. W ebster ' s
__ client had
imployed Ezekiel Webster to advocate
s cause,but , Ezekiel Webster was
taken sick and wee unable to appear.
The client reluctantly consented to the
substitution of the young man, Daniel
Webster, then just admitted to practice.
PITTSBIJRGEI GA.ZkTrE: TUESDAY, - SEPTEMBER 23, 1869,
FABRAGUT denies the masthead
FRED HUDSON, once, of the Serail
is the prospective editor of the New
Vicrontes statue has arrived in Mon•
reaL it is fourteen feet high and weighs
GENERAL J. WATTS DE PEYBTER 19
engaged upon a life of Major General
Phillip Kearney. 1.
MR. PARTON, having defended Mrs.
Stow, is called by the Boston Traveller
" The Sancho Panza of a Petticoated
RAWLINGS, before marriage, was
the General's prisoner of war, captured
at Vicksburgh, where she had been living
as a governess.
MAJOR BYRON, whose story Wall pub
lished a few day since, is in Avigon,
France. He thinks he is legitimetly a
chip of th 6 old block.
Mits. DR. WALRER visited one of the
Cincinnati public schools, last week, and
obtaining leave to address the pupils, oc
cupiedher time in en l isting to the girls
on the beauties and charms of wearing
ON a recent occasion ot •
being administered to a sedate town in
Ohio, the padded and painted beauties
were hooted from the, stage, and the
manager arrested for permitting an in
BY yesterdays German Mails we have
news of the death of Friedrich Wilhelm
Constantin Herrmann Tassilo, Prince of
Hohenzollern, Hechinger. In default of
direct male issue his heir will probably
be His , Highness, the Prince of Hohen
BENAToR ANTHONY, speaks a .good
word in the providence Journal for hx-
Secretary Welles, saying that it woold
be useless as it would' be unjust to deny
great prise to him for the way,in which
the navy was fitted out andmaintained at
'sea during the rebellion.
LIPPINCOTT'S Magazine tells a story to
the effect that Admiral' Porter, while rid
ing in a street car in Washington lately,
was annoyed by several noisy drunken
sailors. At last he told then who he was
and demanded what ship they belonged
to. "Admiral you have changed the
name of the ship so often that I don't
really know what ship we do belong to,"
was the reply of one or them.
AT the Woman's Sufferage Bureau in
New York, recently, j a letter from Mrs.
Isabella Beecher Hooker was read. She
said she thought all the women of the
Bible were strong-minded women. She
bad been studying up Job's wife lately,
and found her really 'a remarkable wo
men. She brought up -her sons to so
recognize woman's equality that they
admitted her daughters to their festive
An Advertising Dodge
(From I'. T. Barnum's Autobiographyl
I thoroughly understood the art of ad
vertising, not merely by means of printers
ink, which I have always used freely,
and to which I confess myself so much
indebted for my success, but to turning
every possible circemstance to my ac
count. It was my monomania to make
the Museum in New York the town won
der and town talk. I ofcen seized upon
an opportunity by instinct, even before. I
had a very definite conception as to how
it should be used; and it seemed, somehow,
to mature itself and serve my purpose.
As an illustration, one morning a stout,
hearty-looking man, came into. my ticket
office and begged some money. I asked
him why he did not work and earn his
living 7 He replied that he could get
nothing to do, and that be would be glad
of any job at a dollar a day. .I handed
him a quarter of a dollar, told him to•gn
and get his breakfast and return, and I
would employ him at light labor at a dol
lar'end a half a day- When he returned
I gave him five common bricks.
"Now," said I," go-and lay a brick on
the sidewalk at the corner of Broadway
and Ann street; another close by the Mu
seum a third diagonly across the way at
the corner of Broadway and Vesey street,
by the Astor House ; put down the fourth
on the sidewalk in front of St Paul's
Church, opposite ; then with the fifth brick
in band, take up a rapid march from one
point to the other. making the circuit, ex
changing your brick at every point, and
say nothing to any one.
„What is the object of this 7" inquired
"No matter," I replied ; " all you need
to know is that it brings you 15 cents
wages per hour. It is a bit of fun, 81111
to assist me properly you must seem to
be as deaf as a post, wear a serious coun
tenance, answer no questions, pay no at
tention to any one, but attend faithfully
to the work, and at the end of every hour
by St Paul's clock show this ticket at the
Museum door ; enter, walk solemnly
through every hall in the building, pass
out, and resume your work."
With the remark that it was " all one
to him, so long as he could earn his liv
ing," the man placed his bricks and be
gan his round. Half an hour afterward
at least 500 people were watching his
Mysterious movements. He had assum
ed a military step and bearing, and, look
ing as sober as a judge, he made no re
sponse whatever to the constant inquiries
as to the object of his singular conduct.
At the end of the first hour the sidewalks
in the vlelnity-were packed with people,'
all anxious to *solve the mystery- The
man. as directed, then went info the Mu-'
seum, devothig fifteen'mhintes to a solemn'
survey of the halls :and afterward return
ing to his round. This was repeated
every hour till sundown,; awl whenever
the man went into the Museum a dozen
or more persona would buy tickets and
'follow him, hoping to gratify their curi
osity in regard to the purpose of his move
ments. This was continued for several
days—the curious people who followed
the man into the Museum , considerably
more than paying his wages—till finally
the policeman, to wbom I had imparted
my object; complained that the obstruc
tion of the - sidewalk by crowds, had be
come so serious that I must call in my
"brick. man." This* trivial incident ex
cited considerable talk and amusement; it
advertised me; and it materially ,advanc
ed my purpose of making a lively corner
near the Museum. .
of the le
Mn. JAB. A. HAMILTON has written his
reminiscences of three quarters of a cen
tury of public affairs. He sbys ho has
undertaken this' work principally as a
defense of his father, Alexander . Hamil
ton. Mr.- Hamilton's 80611 intercoune
with prominent men' of both 'botitinmits;
including Brougham, Tallyrand, Seward,
ea.. will probably render his bp oh Very
SETIF,LABETANG . '
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COLLINS *RIGHT •
• - * PKITSI3IJRGI:I, I PA,'
We are now -prepar to supply Tinnere and
Potters. It le perfect, simple. and cheap aa
the plain top, having the
c orer, of the:various
Fruits stamped 'npon the cover, radiating from
the center. tan can
or pointer stamped npoa
the top of the can.
It Is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing in
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after
seeing t. '
IP4S. CHIMNEY TOPS. &c.
• large assortment.
spl4:htl 11Id Avenne,neUst itti field at
0 4 4,
. 42 or 5 c . f
030 e v.
c=. HA pr 4
" WW I
.4 !A i w
ir• 0 c 1 26 g
0 4 , ch p 4
=I 0 *O E 7 4 z g
POI ; 6 4 44
CASH. McCANDLESS & CO.,
(Late Wilson. Carr a C 0..)
WIFIOLEaLLE DELLESS IN
Foreign •nd Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 WOOD WM=
Third door above Diurrord
MERCHANT - TAILORS.
FALL STOCK OF
MEN & BOYS'...CLUEING,
• Now Receiving by •
GRAY & LOGAirl, -
N 0.47 SIXTH STREET,
LATE BT. CLAIR.
liceps constantly cn hand
Cloths, Casstmeres and Vesting&
AIso,GENTLEMSN,S FUBNISHINO GOODS.
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield_ Street,
KlrGent's Clothing made to order In the latest
NEW FALL GOODS.
A splendid new stook of
CLOTHS, GASS/MERE% &C.,
Jnat received by HENRY NIZTNIU
sea: Merehszt Tailor. 7$ eraltheel4 street.
° (Lwe Cutter with W. liespenheide.)
111331.144 111121 T "r11.11‘011.,
No. 53 3mithfteld Street,Pittaburch.
NOTICE TO FLOCK DEALERS
AND CONSUMESS. — We are now receiv ,
Pie alot of 40,000 bushels caretully selected
WRIT IS AND Allnitit AND TSNNEBSEE
WHEAT, pruchssed in Gibson. Parse, often
and Morgan. counties Indiana. 'lbis lot qf
Wheat Is the very best , t 4 be round and cannel
be surpassed by Any in the United States.
We have also finished our Improvements in
Machinery. Bolling Cloths and Cooling Booms,
and are now prepared to furnish the best Plow
we have made for ten ,years at prices that defy
competition on the same grades of flour.
Pearl Stews MU AlleihenT
Beptetaber 13. 311109.
VLOUR I F LOUR I FLOUR
MINNESOTA BAK RS FLOURS.
480 bbls. Legal Tr. ;311 bids Ha Hs. 367
Ermine,llo bbliSemen Idihs 1110 bbla
Wihona Co.. 580 bbla Be River. 183 bbls May
CHOICE WISODN IN FLOURS.
560 bbl Riversid4 l l 6 bbl. White Star, 500
lads trazlona brands_eprin W heat liner.
WINTER WiiSAT ARITA SLOUR.
City Mill or Spill:4110 . Ohio, Pride . : of the
West.. Depot Mills. Mutation A. Paragon Mill
Ringleader and Crown, choice St. Lows.
le or pale loltat Dian r be brought from the
Wes. vt LANO & CO.,
on , ITS d 174 Wood Street.
COAL! COALU COALI2I
, MIXON; STEWitiT & CO., •
saint setaaredlheir Moe to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STRUT,
Motel" Otty , Hoar Mill) SZCOND ELOOII.
ear a NTYTIr gh AL I:fir3 l l.lBlVi l t a tg
*tax; o4i to
themthrough th e =ALL be Simnel to
B ARR & MOSER,
_ Le :
-faun sot= IssocasTioN surranwee,
Nos. sand Bt. Oliir rinendek
Spostal ittLeation given •to We delta and
.trcilldlnt Of 001110 ZOUBItti owl PURL] 0
JOSEPH HORNE & CO'S,
HENRY H. COLLIN%
R. T. SICRNEDY & BRO..
NEW FALL GOODS
LINEN RUFFLED COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LACE CULL BS.
SHEER LAWN AN 0 , LACE.
HAMBURG - EMBED' %IF. NI FN.
REAL A, IMITATIoN uACEi & EDGINGS,
BOULEVARD'SNIIIRTS, ARA SHAWLS,
IN HANTS' HAND KNIT . B O I MS SACQ ES
KNITTING AND ZAPKYR YARN,
BERGMAN'S ZEPHIB. -
JAVA CANVAS. •
xx ITT tr,K , A MATERIALS.
HANDSOME 8., W AND SASH RIBBONS.
BONNE .• V ELT NTS,
HAT AND BONNET PLUMES,
NINE FRENCH FLOWERS
Latest :MI. .BATS AND BONNETS.
BONNET AND RAT FRAMES, and
77 and 79 MARKET MEET
FINE A.SI3ORTMENT OF
In Plaid and Roman Striped
Ruffled Collars and Cuffs,
The liew Sailor Collar,
Silk Glass Buttons.
In all the Newest Patterns.
MISSES PINE WOOD CAPS IND SACQ,I3E
- An elegant assortment just received.
Hair and Jute Switches,
Balmoral and Plaid Hosiery,
Wool Halt Hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
A Full Supply of All Kinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANNELS,
MA.CRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
78 & 80 illarket Street.
NBW SINDER GOODS
11ACRIFil & CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress Tritililllllgl l and Buttons.
Embroideries and Laces. •
Ribbons and Flowers. •
Hats and Bonnets.
Glove Stung and French Corsets.
New Styles oracle)" s Skirts.
Parasol.—al the new styles.
Bun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for 'Harris , Seam less
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents tor the Reads Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood ., "Irving," "West End,”
"Elite," EC: "Dickens," "Derby," and other
Dealers supplied with the above at
MAGSITM & CAIUJ=t
WINES. LIQUORS, &c.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
WINES, BRANDIES, GIN, dit„
WHOLESALE DEALAS I
PURE RYE WH ISKIES,
409 PEIM STRELI,
'lave 3lltemoTe4 to
- -Nos. 384 AND 38811rENN,
Core 'Eleventh St., (formerly : Canal.)
JOSEPH 11. FINCH &C 0. ,.
Nos. ISOOLICT. 149, lir!, 193 and 196,
/ran !MEM rirrsiruneti,
Copper Distilled Pure •Br Whiskey.
SON deakro in 1011 SIGN WINES and
QIIORS. HOPS. at. intdalatisil
VLEGA NT :-
Enameled. Wall Papers in_plain tints linear
_nous to soot and smoke. Vermllllou grounds
.with gold and inlaid figura.' Ey tiOBsgo
INDi.A. TSPASTRY. tiVAILK Pia.246L5
stamped and printed gold.
Newt/ imported and not to be found elsewhere
in the country. For sale at: ,
W. P. MARSEL&LL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street.
sell . .
Marble and Fresco imitations for Walls
ano • Ceilings of Dining ROOM. Malls, Lek, at
No. 101 Market street.
Ml 2 JOURPH U. ErIFIRES & BRo:
QTAWIPED GOLD PAPERS toi•
Oar: )re, et No.lol Market'istreet.
J40.1;111 R. /MOM BRO.
o w )V' - al: 3 E T S.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
It the Lowest Prices Ever Offered
BOVARD, ROSE it CO.,
SI FIFTH • AVENUE.
NEW 'FALL STOCK.,
The First is the Market
Two-ply \ and 27iree-ply
CHEAP INGRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST LINE OF
Ever Offered in Pittsburgh.
Save time and money by buying from
31ciit - LAND & OOLLINS,
No. 11 and 13 FIFTH AVENUE.,
Purchased pumps. . Mr B. MuCallum frota manu
Tapestry Brussels, &c.,
knortment ever offered in Pittsburgh,.
ALSO, A PINE STUCK Cr
THREE-PL' S, INGRAINS,
PINE ASSORTMENT OP
Well Seasoned Oil Cloths.
.ro. 51 FIFTH 4 lrEirt/E,
OLIY ► 1 M'CLINTOCK & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
FINE SELECTION OF
TELREE PLY AND
THE LMIEIEST ANSOBTHEtiT OF
WHITE, CHECK & FANCY
FOR -SUMMER WEAR,
IN THE CITE•
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
A - rirra _AVENUE
LITHOGRELPEIERg , .
1..7 to emo. SCHlJOincair & CO.,
The only Swam Lithographic if,stablishxnent
West of tt . e Mountains. - Business Cards, Letter
Heads, Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show Cards, -
Diplomas. POTtrint, Views, Certificates of De.
posits, Invitation Csr.ls. &c.„ llos. TS and 14 .
TOHN PEC, ORNAMENTA.I. ,
HAIR WORYRig AND PERignos., No.
Third street, near Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
AlwayeLon hand, g,fisneral assortment of La. .;
dies, WAS. BANDS, CURLS: Guntlemetifg
SCALPS, GUARD CHAINS.
BRACELETS, &a. mar A. good Flue in anal
will be given for RAW HAIR.
_ Ladles , and Gentlemen's Hair Cutting dons
In the Tistateat wanner. , mb2 Ve ,
' DR. Trilrl u lTEEL
rioNTINEES TO TREAT ALL
11„„,/ private diseeses, Syphilis in all Its forma, all
urinary direases, and t ee effects of merturr are
compieteiy eradicated: Spermatorrbes or• semi.
net .Weakness and Impotency, reentries froM
self-abuse or other causes, and which. produce*
acme of the followiny elfecti, as blotcnes, bodily
weakness, indigestion, consemption, aversion to
w itty. gmeanliness. dread of future ere rich
loss of inemory. Indolence.. nocturnal endssises6,-..,
and finally so prostrating te l sexual system al to
render marriage unsati.i and there:EOM
imprudent, are permanently cared. Parsons at.
Meted with these Or any other delicat.
or long standing consritetionaleompMnt shoal=
ere the Doctor a trial; he never Odle. - -
A particular attention_eve II to all Female cam.
plaints, Lencorrhea or Whites, Yelling, blink.
mstion or Ulceration of th e Womb , Mains.
preritis,, !Metter:hem Menorrhagio, Dysinees•
norrhoes, and bterility or Barrenness, are treat. ,
ed with the greatest success.
It is self-evident that I, physici se who emlines
himself exclusively tothe Medi' of a certain class
of diseases and treats thousands of cues every
year must acquire greater Mill in that specialty
than one In general practice.
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
Aft) pages that, sites Atrial exposition of 'enema
and private diseases, that can be had !tee stories -
or .by mall ,for two stamps. in sealed envelopes.
Zvery' sentence contains instruction to the at
'fficteA, and enabling them to determine the '
else nature of their complainta.,_
The eel cumpriring ten amp le
rooms, Is central. When it Is not convenient to '
visit the city: the Doctor's opinion cam be oti. ,
tainel by giving a written statement of the cue.
and meMcines can be forwarded byot ex."
press. In sums instances. however, a personal
,examination Is absolutely necess ary, , while, in
others, dilly personel attention is reqt lied,
for the accommodation r f such patients there are
apartments connected with the office that are too.
ded with every requisite that is calculated to
trai s o . teilecovi see it im yaztl i ffl a ull e medicated vappt
Doctor's OwAinhOrittory. node: P hu 1 "
pervlsion. iteigoaf pamphlets at o ce tree, out
hy mall for two stamps. No matter who have
.falled, reedwhet 'Donn 9 a.ig. tog r,x,
Sandayel9 to it IC - pg. Oince,No. 9 WYLIE
- MAW, (near Court Houle./ ntitibugh,
We mud Floor).