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GVETU BeILDLIO, 84 AND 86 Plllll AT
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Of Pittaburolk. AU Ana-
TUESDAY, NOV. 30, WWI
THE Pora has decided that the Latin
language shall be need in the discussions
of the approaching council at Rome. It
was - a tilificrill question. The French,
German and Italian languages wore all
proposed, but rejected, and all the pre
lates from all the peoples and tongues
represented have been put upon an
equality, by confining them to a language
which they are supposed to be able to
use. even if they are not It will be hard
work for some of them to understand,
and harder. Sill to express their own
views 111 that, language. Moreover, there
is great variation to the pronunciation ol
Latin =tong the ctiffsent nationalities
that Willte there assembled. Bat, worse
thus allithe hall that has been prepared
is so constructed that no speaker, how.
everebstr his enunciation, ant be die.
Uncap heard In It. Whether empty or
crowiled„ its . reverberations are ouch that
neither orator nor singer can overcome
them. With all these difficulties the de.
bates are not likely to be very long,
lively, or interesting. It will not be e
talk but the votes that will tell.
THE NAVY DEPARTMENT
Ttieliepreientative from the XI id
District, ben. J. e. NIALET, contributes,
this morning, a very interesting and for.
citric exppaition of the. remarkable im
provemesiatf - the character of oar naval
administration 'since the retirement of
Mr. Welles from the head of that Depart.
meat. The encomiums with which our
correspondent adverta to the conspicuous
results thus secured, in less than a twelve
montli,lsy the experienced and faithful
abtlly of Admiral PORTEN COMA with
ail the' more weight from a Representa
tive; wttft is recogtilited, at Washington,
as especially well ireraed in the military
and naval concerns of the Government.
THE QII►LIFIG►TIOS OF VOTERS
lialdreeartiebil paper upon the Cen
sus of 1870. read before the last meeting
of tbAtlicciai Science Association, he gave
the folioiring table, showing the number
of States in which each form of civil
laid down by laws. , Tne
adoption of the XVth Article will es.
pangs only the first of these quatta from
the list,leaving the others in continued
tercet' but applying alike to all races,
colors and-conditione of men:
I. Oa Cannot of rotor
aks or Xgr W.. on lands or Unt
Chteeetra.t of ',mildews legs lhan r.v.irc . d
• ISMAW( States
Oliaticosatert reattlente le State, kits than
requital:l:bk.( Ix dilLrent sorollica-
0 coveter at couvr.e, oil ` ?. town. district.
116,Tellid dillercu,,spnificallolt.).. 17
I. wilgu..proreny 11•11.11ffeatIon• f 000-
.. _pa:WM=o (dr i r ;revile:clogs) .
S. Oa setOunt of character or behavior (iv
a.e•iieZsikar;.;;l - c;
J. T i mffa it t=2 . lV,alvey and tinan
S. I nalit Certala 00158 peellmlauy to 5
. Vottitg (Itlra •Deelßostloao
I. Oa= COWS, OClloo.lo.laa Vivre wales.
CURDAPEARE MID OHIO RAIL
Another' great trunk line ndlroad from
the Mantke,lida water to the valley Of
the Ohio is about to be contracted, to be
called the Chesapeake and Ohio Rallowd,
beginning at :Richmond, panting through
the calla of the old State of Virginia,
Menne Into Wet Virginia, crossing the
Greist.,Kinawba at Charleston, and ter
minnaturaruiertactuar of ma onotty, au:
line dividing West Virginia from Ken. 1
tacky: The preliminary work is well I
advanced, and the N. Y. Evening Post
of 504ardexstates: that same New York
cappillite We invested $10,000,000 In
Al - though this road is not likely to
change the cow* of trade from the lint s
leadliticObe . Adriatic cities north
of Richmond, ye It will do much to de
velople like hints+ almost unavailable
teNtlrCes of that e but unfortunate old
State, than whi none is richer in min.
mai werdni,' ' ' bet, water power end
agrieultnial caps Mies. Now is the time
far' ittsburgh bestir herself in getting
a aiiineatlariti? with that region, by
way of the M ors Yallela itt. its exam,
and.thotosonli. Greemblitu• Valley to
Coviagloaa e point In that neigh.
borbood. No dm market for her
insillifilafiters co a be opened, nor is
therepny.bettar glon whence to draw
ga le+ e , 1 , ,, -,
RESPONSIBiL TY FOR TROPTA.
tlr 4, ~:',-• -
if a bank at Cleveland,
the _ .041der of which destroy
ed hirOirst life lent week, hare not yet
autivAiffikAt ,respinsible statement of
theassount for !bleb his acommts are
deficient. That festitution is owned and
by Wrens of great wealth and
of the *pestle, oral character, whose
brit to the We, giving their own
Monte trialea th appreltensions on that
man4hieb bid been occasioned by the
eTirdiat:ltt get:Milli believed, hotrever,
thattha -!amount. rdready ascertained of
reaches the enormous
StlM.oll49o,oocv, and that the total fiastinst
marementaally emteml a half millonof
dollars.' The &fanning °faced might
been despaired of his ability to replace
this sum, or to conceal each a gtgantio.
staled, the mitt
. unimpaired with
ac, which is thus rt.
Feels! concern for the
e misfortune which
there. remains another
More direct and deep
' • ' Is there any Waver-
Mims of American
Institutions should be
confine ail the exact
business, to •
to me the
be able to
'of a bank
~,. week after
Aim 'botA ' bet .
y mad to the
Mad!, and to
`lt i Must
A 3 resided
or as one to
cot .40,11tetehts . O f
kit wuJio mon It.
polnaof view, of
intfEltlO °°°l4 Yl
able need. In the
so Cak&ICIO. qs
effectively tar temptation, restrain (rand,
and guard the stockholders and creditors
against systematic depredations. A qUar
terly or a semi-annual scrutiny of the ac
counts i, not enough. That Infrequency
of venticatloil may Meabnre the personal
tidesce of directors to their employees,
but tt squally expresses their own moral
responsibility for the occurrence
of such mischiefs ae a better sys•
tem, faithfully adhered to to prat
tice, would have been certain to pre-
vent. In the case above alluded to, the
loss has fallen upon wealthy proprietors
who arc able to bear It, and who have
promptly assumed It, but those too-conli
ding gentlemen can never wholly acquit
themselves of an unpleasant degree of
conscientious respomdbliity for the rad
results of their own neglect, which, irre
sistibly multiplying temptations about a
weak moral nature, have led to the dis
grace and self-deetraction of a subordi
nate and a chinning shock to public senti
meat. It is well for the business world
that our banking Institutions are not all
so carelessly directed.
PROTECTION FOR VI F7.7: 4 I N -
A gentleman who is largelyterested
in the iron-furnace at Carond et, near
Anted St. Louis, corrects, in a letter Anted in
the Chicago Tribune, tome of the more
conspicuous mistatementa, by that free
trade journal, of interesting matters of
fact In the iron trade of the west. The
furnace in question, working with bitu
minous coal, produces about 6000 tons
pet year of pig.metal, at an average cost
of $29,75 per ton on current prices of labor
and material. The average selling price
of this iron at the furnace has been $39.
per ton. lie adds that not a ton of pig.
iron has been sent from Pittsburgh to St.
1,31118 for 3 ears, but that a large quantity
is yearly shipped from St.. Lords to (311-
anneal and other points on the Ohio River.
The prices of the metal at Bt. Louis range !
from $ 2 . to $5. per ton less than at Pitta.
burgh, the cost of manufacture being co
much leas as to dispense with the need for
any protection to Western furnace men
in the way of freights. But they feel com
petition from another quarter. The Eng
llah end Scotch production, which is now
'laid down in New York, in bond, for $l7
to E2O in gold, freight paid, is also laid
down in the name way, at St. Louie, ri.
New Orleans, at a price $2 per ton less
than it can be made for at Carondelet.
- Consequently, the ctustoma-duty affords
ell the protection which 'sustain,. the
Carondelet furnace-fires. The free tra
ders would take off this protection, let
the fires die out, and drive the operatives
into agriculture, to grow wheat and corn
at even less rates than those which now
I disappoint the farmers of the West:
So, the reduction of the present duties
to Use free-trade figures, which are not
free, but only a ruinous abatement In the
foreign interest, would close, In the same
way. the forges and mills of Pennsylva
nia and Ohio. Put down the duty to $3
per ton, and the American iron manatee.
lure would be free-traded out of exist.
Ohio has 6,658 miles of railroads, con-
minded at an aggregate cost of 1288,269,-
The equipment of oars and engines
cost $14,299,916. The aggregate d( these
two items is $302,569,874. When it re.
membered that at tho beginning of the
current century Ohio was an almost unin
habited wilderness, a part of what was
then known as the Northwest Tertitory,
these figures would be incredible were
they not taken from a carefully prepared
report made by the Ron. Otto. B. WHIUST,
Commissioner of Railroads and Tele.
The gross Parnings of all these roads in '
18613" were *47,11.15,733; operating es
timate, $32,920,034; net income, $14,.
198,688. The number of persona em
ploycd on these roads in 1868 was 19,884.
The progress of population in Ohio Is
set forth in the following table:
1800, 45,865 1840, 1,519,467
1810, 230,780 1850, 1.980,829
IEOI, 581,434 1860, 2,340,000
1830, 937,903 1970, 3,000,000e5t.
Yet the progress of Ohio in population
and improventents has not been as rapid
es.that of some of the States farther west.
Many thousands of her people have emi
grated to those Stater, where lands were
cheaper; but, of course, their places were
filled by others generally still more
wealthy, no that this large migration has
not diminished its population seriously,
and has probably enhanced its aggregate
wealth. There are no deserted planta.
tions or decaying temps in Ohio. The_
mineral wealth found in the eastern part,
especially coal, is making it a great man.
ufacturing region, and Dirge establish•
meats for the manufacture of Iran In all Its
forms, agricultural machinery (impkoware
is not the word now) and many other
things, are quite numerous and rapidly
increasing. Its prosperity, therefore,
rests upon a more stable basis, and will
probably be more steady - I.ld enduring,
than tharof the more exclo irely agricul
tural 13tatez. There is nil Stare in this
Union which has better reopen to be sat
isfied with her present condition or hope
ful of the tut= than Ohio. Her diver.
rafted Industry makes her rife; her home
markets will make and Scrip her rich and
110 REED PUB A DOLITOR
The premium on gold eenk yesterday
- below twenty two per c4nt, the noon
quotation being heavy at #ll. The five
,Acti..torty bonds i were also re
ported at 1061E1=cl:16y, void sir per cent.
live-twenties at from 110} to 113 1 +. At
title rate of cclPParelve pthgrelaion, the
latter dens of bonds, ana In doe time the
former, will be worth par and above, In
coin. It Is emu at a glance that th is con
dition of affairs would the remove th e
lastobatadie In the way of a new funding
scheme at a still tower rate of Interest.
Even =Myths credit of thaßniusd Btates
rates el a higher figure tb at any time
oncathis list MU of the 1 year of the
Buchanan ad mtalstraUon.
The moat eignificant feat of the cur.
rent financial movement ppears to the
foci that it is wholly due to legitimate
oases—natural causes, so to speak. If
It be not a movement tow the resump
tion of cub 'paynamto, it a movement
- which, If continued, will morally cer.
two to encounter thy.t result And It Is a
movement which engineeralitself, In °be
lga:ace to the inflexible laws of financial
economy. GOia hen been not a circu
lating medium, but a commodity, the sub
ject of traffic In the markets,' for the
eight past-years. Al late, the imply er,
cads the demand, with no prospect of the
'fastdiainialdng cr of the Nat Improving.
The f3ecrctary of the Traria, has a large
stock in hand, which can only be valued
ea • commodity at preseat4 since 'for a
large put of It beton, no other use. Why
should'he not *ell it, In ls, from
time toilette, *along as be find cue.
loran who prefer it to aback' t The
Treasury gains by the endange, the
public credit growadailybOttor and . bet.
traCii the worth of tbi `coMriallti
sinks, the nine of the greenback 'rises,
1 so that if the movement goes on; as every
prospect easilto l / 2 balk paper and gold
.will stand' at the sante, par ' er with the
gat' commanding a small but positive
TOt teaie •
suaisikeitee . .migim„ 4 0°4 11 /at i m
lataltaaacto - Yollticaretioaomy I. al:
~1.":1 71 .
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZE VIE: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER :in, 1869,
ready supplying eel the desirable cordi• th. L, , nalug s. uon of '•11 . -PrEi. y 111, be ffaniierted to the uses of a -ewer, usd ,
tons. As the market is now working. pu 'age iii a saiiala t et th ory
.a i s .. ,.
multi I i c s ,r r:u , s o locality vs luth needs retch a Cell-
the fewer of new elements introdnerd h „ l ,,,, •U gi e 7,Ti.,.T rY 'y
~,... c..uid . P.A in a life -- " 1 —me, • --ses..__ . -
the better. C ongres ,a 2 , d„ n o thing half tune make tilmr,it et, .Iqn;D:.,l with the THELE was a strange and startling
Unwisely effective for the solid benefit, details of the service tie can no doubt mceLle in a Good Templar's' Lodge in
either of the Treasury or of the pimple, takeLexington, Ky., on Tuesday night, 16th
an we are now daily seeing accomplished lin a fra 4 l ih bead s ol . I'DeapsateP:t.,litibut hcal e
i l s
compelled to s ermon to his aid the most John
to W be h' ilg le a n te d d e , r, an " d e‘ aa in faart oi
by the natural operation if the most competent men the Navy affords, end the ceremony was offered &glass of wet r.
It l itimatecsus, s. Resumption Is now in then be should place full i..nlidence In He drew back with a shudder, and the
a fait . way to H , aug ,,,,,_ ~,,„, „„,i . ,„.. 0. tiles Judgment. It is not difficult ti
. see recollection of the fact that in August
. si s an their is Carnt,t end unselfish in lust he was severely bitten by a dog,
the aid of the law•makirag 1.,....r flu= the pert nuance. of his duly, or has the dished with terr - ible Intensity across his
may have enough e], to attend to, In Pr. ni-c, usury exi.rienie and ell!i b,llll CI mind. The next day hi was out, but the
riding for the colhitertsl incident' ~i tilts' the requirements. It in 10 the 1 , ./Ati 01 memory haunted him. and he said to a
' h e 11,part/nLiat,fill, that the Ivh , ,lC
rtStoration of saris; val.. t after friend that he would go house and go to
credit falls, as the m itumander of a duet •
1 b,, id and d (' de. He went Dom and to bed,
If the present lIII'VCRIItII c..nneS 1i , .. ,s.al or army frequently receives the credit of
i and In Brae of druca and nursing, that
to a stand, the situauou may then !wort i , „•,,•;, p • y i shhh d by h„., r ,iii , 'f jthti Cr , horrible malady, *hydrophobia, rushed
, . ,
other treatment. But, until then, out
hundrulnr two of Congret amen, who are,
each of them, gravid with some pet pro
puation, no two ut them alike, fortiori T
thc national finances, ranont der the
Treasury ur the totally a better turn
than to keep all their panaceas lucked up
in their desks, as tar out of sight as pos
sible. There is nn need of a surgeon
when the whund is already healing itstlf
with a healthy 'Mention.
OUR N iVAL APPUIRO,
l'lrriincnow, Nov. 27, 1t , 69
EDIIOREI GAZETTE —Gentkvien: In
perusing the Journsts of the week I oh.
serve in the columns of nearly every
parer articles relating to our navy, the
conduct of the officers at the head of the
Department, Its management and condt
don. Some 01 these comments are a
unsparing se they are nemingly barren
of facts. It isvery'etitlent to those who
have occasion to watch the affairs of thin
very Important arm of the Government
that many of the roilections emaciate from
professional jealousies which have
brought the army and navy lido disre
pute, greatly lessening the force ut dis
cipline and °Mimes costing the nation •
sorrowful defeat or fatal blunder. Th
cervices of au officer, however eminent,
afford no protection from the offenwve
criticisms of a certain class of graduates
who seek a literary not friety. The rill
ciency of both army and navy will be
promoted by weeding out the linen,
ploy ed officers and elevating the standard
of competency. If the limits of this let
ter permitted a recapitulation of the
names and officers tried by court mar
tial during the past year, the people who
support these auxiliaries of power would
speedily demand a reform.
I am, however, digressing from my
intended purpose of showing a few of
the material changes effected in the Navy
under the administration of General
Grant, and through the capable manage
ment of Vice-Admiral Porter, of whom
I feel bound to speak In. terms of respect
and admiration. His labors hare been
sa ceaseless as they were judicious and
fruitful of good results. Activity pre.
f rails in all the navy yards ; vessels are
! being rapidly titled out and sent to sea.
! For the drat time since the rebellion, and
the introduction tit ironclads into naval
warfare, do we find them mut ad part of
our squadrons abroad. The Shogun and
Dictator, two of the most powerful of the
monitor class, are at lie) , Weet, under
the command 01 N! ice Admiral Pour,
I while the latantonoruali and the Terror,
j two double turretted monitors, are to
1 Cointaission, awaiting any Important
I event that may demand their prisoner at
I sea. It li , the drop time in the hisfary of
I our Navy when it was In a condition to
I furnish, at a moment's notice, a force
that could disable any enemy that mig li t
attempt agamesions , 1,1 our own coast, or
! that ul the West ladies.
Even the fiersimi.out coast of Cali faro is
la well provided with naval prutecuun.
On the advent of the present adminiotra
tion, the navy yard at Mare Island was
taken in hand, and is approactang the
condition of a flesx.clasa yard as fast as
the appropriations will admit. Two
i heavy Monitors, the Monadnock and
Commanche, are kept ready to be put
Into commission at twenty-tour hours
notice. Ajj the vessels in the Pacific den
have bean altered into full-rigged ahipa,
able to keep the sea for an indefinite
period, while their machinery end fuel
I are held Intact until there is a proper de
menu they,' cm, at smarm. an, heina
rapidly ui constructed fur the reception of
ammunition, and several merchant ships
are now on their way to Calitorula, with
ordinance sufficient to supply any future
wants. Marine barracks!, with suitable
quarters for the officers, are being erects d
—workshops constricted and fitted
np, and every preparation made
to lessen the expense and add
efficiency to the service. The citizens of
California enjoy the prospect of
me tug at -Mere Bland the best
Navy Yard In the United States. The
I necessity for this preaunionary measure
is apparent an the fact that ban Francisco
Cannot depend Upon her forts for prob.-
hon. Ships can malty pass the Golden
Gate at night, and could acquire posses
lion of the city without any risk to them
who s. Hence see Government reord
ers it expedient to provide ample navai
protection. Besides the construction and
repairs of vessels in the Pacific, it is us
! tended that blare island shall build and
repair ships for the Japan and China
stations; provide vessels for the new pos.
sessions of Alaska, and take care of the
South Pacific Fleet, which does guard
dirty eta far down as Cape Horn.
Over eighty vessels, iron !dad and
woodezi, are in the bands of the mechanics
being fitted out as rapidly as pomade,
consistent with the adopted method of
When Mr. Wallas returned from office
every ship that bad come home was laid
up without an order for Its repair. The
motive which induced nits extraordinary
neglect can only be accounted for by on.
la the lest eleven months of the Con
stitutional reign, five .vessels only were
fitted out, and three of these were ordered
home for repairs, being =seaworthy. The
navy yards were at the same time nearly
depleted. During these seven months
the naval expenditures averaged two
millions eight hand red dollars per
month, with such Insionnicant results.
We have now, independently of eighty.
three vessels ready for sea, our foreign
squadrons nearly complete with credi
table ships of war. in the West. India
squadron alone there are the following
named ,easels detailed for service, and in
perfect rattiness or any emergency—Oz.
1 Seminole, Powhatan, Severn, Albany,
Natuckei, Sweden, Meatrors, Saugus
and Dictator, the Iwo latter iron-clad,
In addition tothe Yantic and tugs Speed.
well and Triang. Surveying vessels will
be attached to ail our foreign squadrons.
especially In China and Japan, to pro
duce correetcbarts of all the coasts.
Our fleet in the Pacific Is cruising
actively among the islands of the Archi
pelago, affording protection toour Com
merce and oilmen in those distant
region& Each of the ships afloat may
be thus credited with the performance of
double duty. Improved methods of din.
distinct hare been introduced and encour
given to promotion, which will i
soon create a.epirit. of emulation among
the cameo( our daps, which must soon
place the navy on an equal footing with
any In t h e world. •
Our seamen ate carefully provided for
and special pains taken to make the eel.
vice popular. Already the officers at the
naval rendezvoua can take theft pick of
the numbers which flock to the navy.
A uniform system has been intr od uced
into the yards, to insure strict discipline.
and prevent the stupendous frauds com
plained of heretofore.
The present Navy Department has
done Its work by $1.28,000 per month
cheaper than aeretolore—tbe saving in
seven months amounting to two millions
nine hundred and forty-tight thousand
A better distribution of labor has also
been introduced, with a competent In.
specksr of machinery afloat, whose duty
It is to keep all machinery in perfect
order find see to the repairs of ve s sels al
f ia t a s they come lute. port. There Is at
the some time an inspector of hullsmad
markinory, who examines and trananits
a monthly report of all the hulls and ma
chinery, of vessel& in the navy yards.
This provision will.isave millions to, the
Government, withrthe greater adirantage,
of keeping, the vessels ready for active
serelfie... . , • . .
&rigid , system of economy has been
perfected in every department; not a
dollar. Is spent without the . proper
authority or where it Is not needed.
The officers of the Navy were never
better sawed for than at present. The
differences growing out of the chants of
tte, nowconduitant officers for higher ,
rank will no doubt be adJusted,..dming
,mi , ortlinates.
The navy having been teousc tired
h...m It, former perilous couditoin, and
gveu efficiency and national reputation,
—every true friend of the Government
vh,old hope that no further ctomues a - id
be made in the management oi the various
branches of the Department. to foyer the
clamor of a lew the. Wined officers of the
Staff. JAM S. NE.i.a.F..Y.
Tnv. 71nsn .45qtafrr remark!.
The members of the Legislature owe tt
to the It publican party, to the cause of
legislative purity and integrity, that they
should organize both branches at the
coming cession, in such a manner as to '
battery the upright of our own party, and
command the re 'iwct of the opposition. I
Tney min•do it by electing preeidlogof- I
hems who are above suspicion, and by I
couatituting the. Committees in such a
manner as to make them the nervauta of
the people, not the Inatruments of c wpo
attune ant speculator. There are, in
both houses, men who have stood "adili
ful amongst the faithless" throcteli all the
temptatiousoe legislative lire; whose ele
vation would prove at once to the people
of the Commonwealth, that the Legisla
ture is not to be prostituted to the ad.
VanCtinent et private schemes, but that
the interests of the State, the tan payer,
and the citizens are to be guarded and
SI ATE ITEMS
Tue. lury in the case tit Henry 11. Carr,
colored, en trial at Philadelphia for the
murder of Francis S. Wykoll in August
, u Saturday rendered a verdict of
guilty 01 murder In the second degree, and
rec.immended the prisoner to the mercy
of the Court.
Torras is a remarkable unanimity
among the Western members of Congre ss
that resumption of specie pa) meats at
present is improbable end impracticable.
the I'reaidtnt has become convinced
that resumption cannot be brought about
THE general health of Senator M. B
Lowry has improved during toe past I
season, but. he still enders from the edects
of paralysis in his right arm, and is
wholly unable to list , it Mr. Lowry
will return to Iltrrisburg at the opening
of the Legislature.
So.tEti HT raven IS prevailing fearfully
in some parts of Cambria county. In
one portion of Richland township, says
the Tribune, nearly every house bus
been visited by the epidemic and in many
;amities nearly every member has been
proatiated. The deaths have been nu.
mr rout, and entirely confined to children.
la the Broad Top region, near Dudley,
Br diord county, on Thursday evening of
last week, a man (name nnknown) In
humanly murdered his sun. lie began
abusing his wife, when the son inter
It red and put hitu out of the house. He
returned, knocked his Fun down, and
dies beat out his brains with a stone. He
AT hear tavern, in A tdtcvi lie, Burks
Loutity, n lay evening nl lam
tek, aMI 11 , IILlet: was latady alal•Led
by it voattz a t :moan, wh a m be had
tiolllll ttv tie Thrcane,: ol the
I ward iiteui iralotioy, lath bavltia: laarn
paying attention to a young lady In the
neighhorhotool. A ••iiarty" was hung
held at the tavern ad the time in the oc
Tne rumors that pulps. Abraham Lin
coin ie engaged to be married to a Ger
man nobleman, and the reflections upot
her In come of the opvirltion rapers, are
as eruct ea they am unfounded. Mita
Linatin is living to great retirement at
Frankfort, guns into no society, and rarely
sites any visitors. Americans now in
Washington, latch' returned from Ger•
ol with great ',Evert.
A wenu or two since a stranker hired a
tram nt Wier anti Brown's livery stable,
In Greenville, for the purpose, he repre
,anted, of going to ter his wife at 'Her
cer. He is still on that visit, sod at last
amounts hod been traced a distance of
over ac yen hundred miles to iscranton,
where the trail was lost. Al Bi the
Creek, l'ameron ninety, one of the
horses gore out but IL. - hint, tilting an.
other. pros- sled on his way. making
a pent to avid railroads and telegraphs.
TILL o pinion is generally expressed by
members of both Bowes of Congress
that nothing can be dune of importance
until after the holiday reuse, except the
disposal of the Cuban question, and the
introduction of bills which will repute
lengthy autsideration. tir-nator
man's funding bill will be themoat prom
inent of this character, and will be sab
muted early in the stathes. The several
committees charged with inveatigatioh
during the recess will slat, submit their
reports without delay.
Teta Titusville Hersld lawns that the
Eastern receivers, Winer" and deal.. fa
oil, all, or nearly all, oppose the proposi
tion to vell ell in the weight, principally
, fl a the grounds that II there is "discre
pancy between gauges and weight of oil
the refiners should not sustain the loss,
as they du nut buy by weight—that the
adoption of the propusrd rystrin would
add greatly to the expense of oil In ware
houses, sod that it would nut be sa cor
rect as the gauging +plena. But ttio
exporters do nut see the maul in that
Tea mountain robber, who bait been
for some months past creating greet ex.
eitement along the National Road, in
Fayette county, has, it le thought, et last
I been secured. Rr. Win. Beeson, 01
Uniontown, who bad been robbed of his
gold watch, actively Interested himself,
and through his rlforts one John Fox,
upon whom suspicion fell, was arrested
on the 110th, near Pile Falls, together with
a woman named Itschael Sharp, alleged
to be an accomplice. Roth have been
lodged In j tll fur trial. Fox stated that
lie came from Pittsburgh, was a ahett
roller by trade and bad worked is Gen.
J. K. Rootlet:ere mina
Two .laborers on the Connelludile
`Railroad, Dennis Sullivan and William
Manila, were lodged in jail at Union
town, last week, charged with the mur
der of an unknown man whine dead body
was found, on the 21.1., at the point
where the road leading from Springfield
to Pile Mai/ crosses 11111 Run, In Fayette
county. :Lin the 20th they were seen in
company with the deceased at Spring
field, and lett there with him in the even
ing of that day. The deceased Is sup
posed to have been o laborer on the rail
road. When discovered, nfs head was
terribly beaten up, either with a club or
stones. There was nothing found upon
his body to indicate his name or where
be wan from,
L.T week a number of laborers em
ployed in making an excavation in Chest.
nut, street, east of the Schuylkill, Phila
delphla, came upon a mass of masonry,
which farther Investigation proved to be
the Ss feet brick tunnel constructed in
1801 to convey water from the old basin
at the foot of Chestnut street, on the
Schuylkill, to Centre.Square, at Broad
.and Market street, where the first water
works in Philadelphia were erected The
tunnel was penetrated some two or thrte
hundred feet from the pointer discovery,
by the Meade( the Highway Department,
further progress being prevented by the
foul air encountered. Referring to the
water works of 1801, the Age sap: "A.
basin, with bottom of bricks and sides
of marble, was constructed • at Chestnut
and the Sebylkill on a level with the
Centre Square work& d steam engine
Dumped the, water into the basin and from
thence it inn through this tunnel on
Chestnut to Twentieth street, up Twen
tieth to Market street, and down Market
street to the works, a distance of 3,144
feet. Here It was pumped up a distance
of 00 feet to two hanks, ono 10 and the
other 12 feet In diameter, with a depth of
19 feet and a Joint capacity of 17,094
ale gallons, The Steam engine was cont•
nosed mainly of wood. The lleirete, the
fly-wheels, shaft, and even the bolter was
of wood; the latter being of Wird Plank* •
five inches thick and fairly braced. in
this wooden shell the Iron Ara boilialut
placed. When this engine was built
only three other once In this country were
known to exist". ,Tbe - filecovery will be
of very nogiirial bandit, an it can readily
rapidly to its culcinalun ildeatik. Wed.
nesday aflernisin he went into his nrst
spasm. Wednesday night he foamed at
the mouth and yelped as a dug, and his
paroxysms continued and gre w in lutes
shy. l , trune men held him, and power
tul anaesthetics were administered. Ile
begged to be shut, and prayed for death.
Thursday about 2 r. xi. be died.
Tue Niagara Falls Gazate says that it
to true that several of the guys of the now
erusprrnaorn Bridge wen broken by the
- nle oe Wed!. sday, litb, but travel was
not interrupted, and the damage lean been
repaired. It men; one, as worthy of no.
Lice, that in every tnstance of breakage it
was not the wire rope, but the iron Ma
tenings that proved insufficient in
strengila. 'I he storm was fearful. The
howling of the w and as it came down the
gorge of the river and against the sue.
penders and other work of the bridge.
was terrifi:, the roar of the cataract being
tame m comparison.
4• grovmulte4l enr y °.l until 1 ° C•
and from 4 to CI and I WV at 41[14
a u. tt.4
et the Nett and
Dr. KAYSER would resuectfull, Invite lb.
La , Inguirt Into lII* too,e of trestScoeol
E LIVE I THREE CLIMATE%
I" lb 4 to t, he hove at different na•ne• ef
lb. year. tit temp rainy, of three eltrnat•s.
tt d r opr.a, oad Automat hgr.• • softel••• apd
th•l heloae only the Tempera.
Loan. any )114-aomslere are P.M& aad on Mid
Staters sdatom •ectle In their retglatty. - num.
I. . ly,ulrlog • •mistion Or from alasiy • .
dn. toatadted degree* of Yaltreahelt daring the
year •ry upo tby o coaducl , to health
and .one n
hut ther P rid in et.,11 upon o•
woo, MP resolve eon. latot• +Web Can dolt he
eo••rd-el th- rt uf doe rae• •n 0 he nay
.. a roper 31,11111,11 the 110 em IC pre
po eci to cdottm • t. 4. ca. Ihe 1141 aroi moat
au on uf !he.. dtworly r• t• • "reps,. °ace
In, s hat which •ince th e
Int rudscuun J:( II%) 311 I I 414 81U/dal!!
1:ITIEllu.how atwal we Y , Yrs ass. bta
• ro*J.l I, be • "feet:, man.g•shls :11aclor.
ih• • /flan and Lull. Mt morelsstuuSalll In
the run Lem oieerthe.• or 41.5... 1 . Litre"
ally azgrairatod. Tbu p.a... as mthdlbara
:be tostaaal bade ender Ih* bomb.[ *ono/ Bum
mer. la apt to lease %tut 11411311.21wraalt and Ind
lent sad Incompetent to lig t•st of narreM di
ar•:loa. It eirgalra• tont* .hish arm roo••
rcua it. le baggy and Dram and tau:Bor.* twit.
out trrltai int sr 1111sEn1na It Tbts h
no. n 1 ro•t• :I II the waanattal ....tame prat:
whlrn ttss rauared to a great mr.•wre:
all lb* all p•IllatIve• ronateelr *MO , o
phssioat.a. ander the lalse Idea IS at tn• ataaral•
rosly ranuay • are, Ihe •or ••• •
iItagTILTTLIR I ts LllVrkitri In all Mr vartsit•• •
Asspansta. ac*t. .5 shy.: Jr. has efl•ntably es
mauem a s e n afnae m : r yd,'
a•Ll o a s s u t laltsllhs n omtom
o e ln f
• n S. t • ri • •
Ur OTI t• E.—The ANNUAI
MEET ISO tn. stoeitbelasrs tb
1 . 111911 f l.Vbb I• rKPLSILIt% ISO UV
o. Waal al Le. 334 I% alp. &vv... rt..
ob ULU:trial. V. Itevecatter lot
Babb. at I u cl..c\
ao.b tb , WIL B. •1.1.[N, tlatk.
rt octt , .o Noveme.er /3, 1109.
DIV ID END.--The Board of
DI tuturya , of 0.11 , 2...0a5t bate tate
o. , sankl • dlrteend Tlirrr Lit,rl,l,, 01 re, PER
till A. 97 lath- Coot .111be1. all rf thoooratoCo
of toe loot •i. month,
rovtble In. of tioverotoorot Tea co after
the 300, tors.
4tl7?!_11..(11.1313 , 1". leocrotos7.
• . .
Pre - n*oooa. Uwentter 182.11199,
'AY ELECTION FOB rir.
T• Rh I.IIUNCTWL3 of thla
to .er, too th• ao.flag, yr...01 1 11w 0•1• at tbs
attic.. No, 911 ..111. street. oo Tlll
r•.-oaltot 11169. bol•c. boor. of , 11
••41.11 11 1 011* 0. CLAN ST. lloarois.y.
Drirers •}l. Colly .LO , ll
Ilair..aoari Cour rt. tan. •.• • ,
VgrPrlmmpritGu iwu cox.
EICLIAIDLI E ha ILE "A.ll miwr • L
re Is banter Mel et.• La.
•••1 IfroUna of i.be rteeett..l.liir• of the mu
bulb sod Emile 11.•1iie Mums, Comoaar. kir
11.• per, o•• or . lectl sit • hoard of Director- for
In. ...Dew Tao, -ti b. bald at their
r t tif;g:i7tWD;r4l 2r lit:l l"" egq:
CIA BEE cIIST...t
o'cle • la
Joint Ji. ['ADE, J 4.
Tiicß rßom Rzw roßi
JUP With • lam block of
GOODS FOR THE 110LIDA18,
ir tiOLV CHAIN!,
P•Nel (MOM tr
Iv •eeer •astuy, jolt received for the Ilot
dht , . u
WATTLES & SIIIIArEFL
W All kladr of flair wad. to bad
COUNTING 1101 SE ,4ND POC"
A'. S. HAVEN & CO
Cororr Wood Street old Third Armee.
CADDIES ! ! CANDIES
Over 100 Kinds.
"r 111 CTL Y 11.16 - 7—.lAis LAE
112 FEDERAL STREET
RIESICK Ic 800.,
11.1111 • BUREII BIMOOF
SAFES AND WILTS.
NU DAMIEN 310 MOULD
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
ODZWIDI WORE, RDPAIRING AND rUT
TING Or ISIACIDDERY.
Cor. 17th and Pike Sta., Plttsbargi, Pa.
VITALOADLE FAME AND MILL
PitOlOll4TY lesikt euaL2-41Ustatsti in Has.
over togniship. Washington counts, at liantlit's
ratan...Mc o Farm contain.
liio at res. TY of which le, cleanest ace Ondll
tenet: coal wee...rile 11011.11. • ret I, HI.: on opew.
On whith is werciostl a trot clue Blowing UM.
with Iwo ton tst born, 000 with all Oa now 10
piettreinenialbwatil In a eratsclage Inlitt wow la
gegr l gla o lii Boone 'l. , 71tithe e° rint e Vil " 0 0 1 * 10!
with ;taming: ennui ' OnstaiLe6 taistletai tea
farm well whiercht ocalst4 In ticli *rata
asOwlngeonolv. VW tonna god paten; apply to
.B. MCLAIN CM) 104 ilowelat wwwweat,
THE UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGS
the belt 1p o.e. ror .ILif s libOitrili Or riliat
41. NO.. SO In stieet,
AlirWelieWiff 1t1.154 '4110610s Mart
OFFICE OF FISK
Bankers and Dealers in
No. ri Nrt:zsauStreet,N.. Y.
nur CuAtnmer and car respeyridevti
Tl 6. gruptient d•Talnpm•ut cf nut nations!
rcpa and lb< rapidity wilt, tbe Gov
or mad a ear P•I real. Into,.
wwchtle IheJr bib wit, 110 COWD.wI TWIII
tier elu•e• el •ecuritie•. paying . •n sal rate
y may be sy, rely Inyestg.
, rlng the war Lb. eecessl tel 004 perk , of it..
GoT•mmeal, and ate coomec,na . na ,ne•Pn< , .. or
;arnica, repdairt awn a° attract! , that.
from We canoe, eo - bin, A :tat the oatrlotle
fain of W. people In that, ban?, they absorbed
o. the entire nO•t111.11 capital of tn•cOootrf
.4 el renew .tleptloa from Miler divots of
atle...lch b. 4 be. bolo. deem. WS
.Al , * wad roe o+ 10 enrol th<
f• of tb• tr.not••etlor.• le•t•tot•.
Tbs riovssament is no lot no , norrovror. It
teener or.. On country'. napitut, hat dezires
graLarullr kad h onotably to ..P4l,
Tar rapid accumalati a of capital far Ip•rai
nt. awl in. eductlon one. sattonLl 10 P.
and lmpr eve. of lb, nattonal er welt—rend. ,
legit certain teat hereafter Lot a competratt•rele
low tate ct Interest tan be derl , wl (rem trl•wet
of In o,crr ment bonds - ❑ e sranelllnt lb.
tea for other ..re sod wam guarded cbasea
e maleb mail al net emploved Iv be lee.. may
The onttroolsea of Pel,Cf , no lest needful In
that, time end place. for the cocamoo ..u.re
thee 'eve the we.te and oast of Wu. 00..11
r !be capital ...bleb the tioeerttement loorer
di, awl offer for it. Hero Iteration .bleb tbe
• vernma••l. Peed no longer PO. tad I. tome
t. a securti, ma stable and endariogika the
The deal.. eardtall. the pr.:clam Pleb aIT
.0. be realised anon rive• Twenty bonds, and
bleb e vs al•rIal decline In dold tnerarel par, and
b..b'4 l y of the llovernenent to Nall theme at .
~ 0 rate Of Inters., rosy at soy Ilfss sat,.
/eta. lo b. Id by many boldoro grbo deolto Dom.
aslithclory bosorsneo so to which of W. • 2.157
w priced eecarttnes to the m•riret would atlold
ha neeamar, eatety It. itria4f3 u aacharge.
Theo .ppllclL Inns for Intor estauna and advicli
blab Sr. add 4 la de dalla, .bc* bola anl
•rms of Inreamrht more proOtam. than fi
rnmrnt wur.tlee at present mart. ..air, tr.
Tat tart Mvre of .1. want b.. lei ... to feel lb
pfattenca of direr tine oat own attention
onkel, our lere• c a rertence end owr
at obtalt,tl 'ells ble 1ni,91.1011 to Ibe we,'
•f •uop.log tt le wm• mown., and to oft., th
oral,. of our Inlolllos to moot ..3•1
p0...1 to connn• in nat . gn .1 !CM and ,adinnen
We kr • untrlffins to • 11.-r v frimadt •nI lb
p tnua •ovlttlog ma to cur PG.
adgment I. soul e.emw Me Galoell ot.S.
ions tbeme.t.ca, .1n .bleb .. k••• p:thesl
priedpelle Ideatille4 ourselves
etroe d.tng tedIeILIILILT CENTI/11.PACIPIC
ItaILROAP LU•N. 'melee meats all Maw re-
gairreeente..we have aarataile etarntaed ermo
theta en, lave bland no nth.. .blt b would
40.0, fAleowlns .e• Oeced In ou
Six Per Cent Gold Bonds
WESTERN PACRIC R, R, fo,
lick IS the •iltfmdl*Yf f Cl Of sa calkitlie•
It I• ISO 11:11.1 In I.e(tb. 4 r 1101, 1i ashort
pf the Pacific Coaii,
elthseetlag lis chat( tire., sad tthesnitsd the
saris of the rich seed deserted Mats of C.ifor•
ols, Mattress. la addltlon lo ea latenesss sod
lacteal?. Mead teat!, the throsg% !seethe.t over
the Chloe tad Central Fulda Ballrasele - bete...
the Easters State* sad becressests.
It la rompletorl. Pally nosh:men. ad in mimeo..
fel operattna, and its ...ninon In October, It,.
Onot full mualt, •mounted to 1105.000 le cols
wpeep, be 000,000 per &enema, It eel.. *tale
the leteren ea Ito Peed. will be bat •,e.OOO.
Tin .VIII/lona or Dollars,
The hoed' eta 41,000 each, bete Chit IT realm
Ninety, and Accrued Intemd,
ramary. 'pay are mad. payable. PRINCI
CAI: AND INTIINCST, IN GOLD COIN. I.
the ally of Naar York. Coupon. duo Jaa.acr
The near approsch of tb. anemia. lb. Maki
State. exe probably feed the gr. po Ilot of
loath pes dal. debt. la manually cawing Islet.
ri for oiler torus of Investment...Wel will if
ford utlareetory enartty with the ..me twee et
le Wont. ?UR warns e ACI 110 RAIL.
ROAD llitST MORT° ART: 800 meat bee* ee
luille..l l adessi We over en other. ...twill. haird
um. ...111 load at Uriernntliattd run , cad, sad
ma be belt Will as mach eaallasace aa Covert
west bowl. or as fret-days sortjeshoe re.
The John l• amdl ht atenhat. Iu elana to cos
. d . nc ... .pptrept. It .1 1 1 no rapidly taken
Bonds +Labe dell Tend u the °Mars arc reeecyed
Goverwatest Bowls revel Ted at their lull Nur
FISK A HATCH.
We bny and sell Government
Bonds and receive Ibn accounts of
Backs, Bankers, Corporations and
others, subject to check at slght,
and allow Interest on daily bahimea.
Sos. and 1 1 32 Federal Street,
4-1 Blea heti Muslin. Pitta
At 12 1 2
R - rod
At 12 1-2 c, 4-4 Unbleach9l Muglin, ea
At 12 12e . . Dark Delatne.q.
At 18 34c.. Striiw4l Pnrlinfa an extra
At, nr., Double Width Black and Ccd
At 18 3-4 c.. All-Wool Scarlet Flannel.
At 22c., Heavy Barred Flannel,
At 25c., Heavy Bed Twilled Flannel,
At 12 120.. Plaid Flannel.
At 87 12c.. Black Waterproof Cloth.
At 31.00, Black Waterproof Mouth.
At 81.00 Brown Waterproof Cloth.
At 82.50. Gray Blankets.
At 13.00 a pair, Gray Blankets, extra
size and weight.
At 83.00 a pair, White Blankets.
AC14.00 a pair, White Blankets, ex
tra Fize and weight
Non. 180 and IS3 Ftderal Street,
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
Nr•NTN. hAetII: VS.
A tl rtse• and quatillico WOOL AND MERINO
TARTAN AND I , ANC T ITELIPED.
TLE E. 4 :ED COTIVN.
0 ENT, WOOL AND MERINO Y MORE.
/6 LI A IL. 1i173. KNIT HOC KS
To KOLOVIo AND MITT IL
WOOL RIOT 01.0vEN AND WiIITT,
erN. lIRAI IN LIN AD A BILE °LOVE&
OXMAN' DUIWINII OLOVE.A.
L•VIRS•. NIONE.o A'ND BOYS' GLOVES of
AT LOWES r PRICES.
Wholesale Rooms' up Stairs.
77 and 79 MARKET STREET
Band Knit Shawls,
SACQ UPS and HOODS
Hosiery and Gloats, to salt all.
♦ BFAIIIIM. LUCK OF
BLACK SILK FRINGES
ROSIN /RINGER, all xtyltai colors
'nosh mrre Won rim,
1-nee Hw neikerchlel n.
• Itillhwur.. oto
ARAB SIHAII IS at Half Price
Bine and Green Add Glares
"I'ILA yE LAINGI MATCI LIMAS
Mcrae. oas cad Dealer. .appur d as, ra.t.
MAGRUAL GLYTJE & CU
78 & 80 IlLarket Street.
AN). 51 FIFTH 4 P.E.ros,
ABOVE WOOD SINIZT
The Wert sad most ['cantata design. .ter
TAPESTRY OR BODY
Jest reeelved by dlyed Isevortatles (Tons far
latest styles la tame <1...1111.•
23 Mai Avenue.
SHIPMENTS OF ALL
111 flask take fhb are reached ddly
_papaw ash . u . & Ma. al
Iriaamad nat. ruub.gb. WO 4at rano
CV: kliatkettY elty.`tornet at Federal
nor qoalro i lort rreotred tad for eats by
=let al retail; abbot. Yolvertsod Boit
f o r ....Wog roltpo_ol2l Yeats. /or sale at
Fanny 6,00 " , Mws A. ACW9HAW
COtber Liken? and 14 tat\ oroiftr_
Crrt COATTIaLt.ta4 Orricao
rrrrairoson. Nov. IR.
?robot lo beton/ Oros Mai 05.000 of L.
Wow, istosaias Tons Bonet et 141611nin
moot: peso talsnines on lloonater 'lst,
warms n. J. NeCIOWAIIL Canyons,.
WILLIAM S ENE'LE'S,
Nos. 180 and 15 . .! Federal Street,
LARGE OD (11111)LETE STOCK
Lathes and Misses Furs.
Lac* and Embroidered Bandkeictuets.
Plaid and Striped Searfs.
Ladies' and Children's Woolen Hoods,
Ladies' Gloves and Hose,
Misses and Children's Gloves and Hose
Ladies' Fancy Bags and Satchels.
Ribbons, Flowers and Plumes.
Embroidered and Hamburg Edgings.
Ladies' and Misses Underwear,
Men's and Boys' Underwear,
Men's and Boys' Gloves and Socks,
Ladies' Long & Square Plaid Shawls,
Ladies' Long & Square Strip'd Shawls,
Misses Shawls, Breakfast Shawls and
No 180 and 1132 Federal Sieve
.403 i.,1 0
0 .4S LO ea
E 4 ^ ttl N
F -1 54 Z 14
j e t
W P 4 M
..' A g C EL 3
= l 1-2 w
C:! 0 XI .1
:4 " 1
c:4 Z 41 = .
c 4 1 .4 o
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
At the Lowest Prices Ever Offered
BOYARD, ROSE k CO
IL IL 2, 21, 3, 31, 31 and 3:
Suitable for Parlors.
DINING BOON CRUMB CURS
Woolen, Linen and Cotton,
IT LOWER PRICES ?Rill LIST 11E101
Nomtiturtandleg the andlaklntaal tuff
CLOSING OUT SALE!
0.10. ko the death p•
heel. pea... Xt.
J. X. BIitt.CEIPIXLD• f
entity - o.k of geode
trtil W 0.14
The Stock is New and Complete,
And a NI Line of Domestic Goods, a
J. I. BURCHFIELD & CO.'S,
CIARIWLIcCANDLESSI & Oe n
Wthea. Cart a Ca.,l
WEWL.11:11•1.1 DIMS= Ell
Foreign and Domestic 1:117
Do IN WOOD RIZZI,.
diglrd door Wood Diamond al
NEW FALL STOCK.
fl FIFTH AVENUE.
Ii lAt iILK‘ :4 4:50A
71 and 73 Fifth Avenue.
arde=be all Mamba Oa
Ma i Mdsce .t. te of maws,
Inesltoess and bethotooey, resaltl=
Ordfwbue orator mamma and erbleb
0=671 . r bellowing elthats. on Marcea..
141 : Ma=sowe, o • ‘' ectine - •=23 ,
aaddierlly so poer==oesual . tera
F:=hzh,, Oros * that
or Wog madras eaos‘eibmal d eaVot
dye taa Doetor a tea l:• serer •
• portbrolar atterrelowerto to 4•1 1 4=40 ealla•
r i tl car sta wiWamb.
oorrbom P y or 111.1761t.118, aro
ed with tho mama thaws,.
It Is selfwat - &Mast I abrasion WU coutool
atheself exataarrely tho steady or a wrath dill
Mr sepaire pester skill Ca tau
lloonereets avowal lithetbaa.
The Doctor pobtlatos • awake* panspidot_g
:I . lir=bal i du. r= w e scassaltbes oreta..,..
maim hod ples GUM
or Or mail for two stamps. th southd ostoloPst•
ivory watosao owthatae toolowattos to tho Wl*
lithoW. mat sosbalas thew to dotwathas tha we.
else adore of oasaplatots.
ilis a rrior.conwaalant o g
I to, oro dz ilieTwritiso s=ene "
and can be Stewarded by es WO*
press, lo some Mauro*. bosom. • persona
IMJIIII2ILtka Ls thookatody rescethary, whim hi
others dolly persand attention Is maths& Sad
tor the sewstrosolotkra et socalwathWs thane NM
oWtitheoonsetod orlon shot_ memo
th wows rwalla ti rt. Is maculated le
ham. ail are premed
DOcwo . s two laborat
pambatru o ory. molar hla worwsul vs-
l 540. aks, trees wir
a 1111 two stamos. Jae warts, elm liar•
baled, etoth he soya. Iloart•s.11. teVs
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SPECI I 'A ._
SECIASDLISS OP COST.
lilts, Black cod Colored,
Ripon& Palencia Poplins,
Black Cloths, Cloation,
Plaid Rhawli, Casa'mores,
BATES & BELL
INA - VF:.CIE A_ I ,rl' I E P.A
For 75c., Worth $l.OO,
$l.OO, Worth 1011,25.
87 Cents. Worth 81.13
37 1-2 Cents, Worth 30 Cents.
$l.OO, Worth $1.25.
50 Cents, Worth 62 Cents.
LINEN TABLE DAMASKS,
62 Cent s,Worth 86 Cents.
$7.50, Worth $9.00.
The important discovery of .
the CARBOLIC ACID as a
CLEANSING. PURIFYING, and
HEALING Agent Is one of the
most remarkable results of
modern medical research.
During the late civil war it
was extensively used In the
Hospitals. and was found to
be not only a thorough dish
tannin, bat also the most mar
derthl and speedy HEALING
REMEDY ever known.
' It b now presented , in a
scientific combination with
other soothing and healing
agencies, in the form of a
SALVE; and, having been al
ready need ha numberless cases
with most satisfactory and ben.
elacial result*, we have no hesi
tation in offering it to the pub
lic as the most certain, rapid.
and effectual remedy for all
Sores and Ulcers, no matter of
bow long standing, for Bann.
eats Wounds and eve ry
ABRASION of SKIS or FLESH.
mailer Skin diseases generally.
fold by ill Druggists Prioe 113 amts.
JOHN KiDRY, gale Pgr,
NO. e COLLECE PLACE. New 'fore
NS IN BLANKETS
ER 4. OWL