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TUESDAY, DEC. RI, 1869
Pieviouirx at Antwerp 601 f.
11. Sonng_at Frankfort, 91j
GOLD rimed In lien To* on IkAnnlay
WA: us indebted _ to Yu. W.' M.
Daratans, Jaatataat Postmaster e
°mires% . for important public docu
Ir Is mottled that the Alabama negolia l
lions, when renewed, will be conducted
at Washington, and that the radical prin
ciple Involved in a long disputed maxim,
_that a "tree ship makes free goods," will
enter, by the consent or both nations, -
Into the discussion and,lf possible, the
ultimata Adjustment. No decisive steps
- We yet been takin, on either side, to
Tan appointment and unusually
prompt confirmation by. the Benate, of
Von: Enwire M. BTANTON as successor
to ;ridge GIMYR to the United States
Bnprerne Court, was • befitting 'and
worthy honor paid a loyal, distinguished
citlien, whose eminent ser
• • the cause of the Union during
the late rebellion will nfrrei be forgotten
by," grate:Nl people.
. THE SOLDIERS , LiRPHAN.II.
It It nridendead tilt the coming Mes
*gear Gov. OZART will recommend the
establishment or a reasonable limit, to the
duration or the existing scheme for tbe,
PORI? wintatton of these &adman:thine.
A Gertisburg letter *says:
The present law
_provides for the care
Of the Orphans of Pennsylvania soldiers
who, in the war," and this law has
_ - beehilbeially construed to - include the
oases of soldiers dying, from wounds or
disease contracted In the service, after
the close of the war. It is now proposed
to establish a flied period alter the close
of Ititt 'war —say the let of May, 1868,—as
the latest Period of orplumarge to be rec
°glazed by the State unless the parent
died •undischarged from the service,
nfteethat period. This willsomewhat re
- duos the number of spplicanta yet to' be
S- 41 received, and will fit a definite point for
. the expiration of the system.
COVODE V. IVOASTEEL
We have before us the report of Jamas
• A. Lbaaw, Esq., attorney for Hon. Joins
' Covina In the Congressional election
*coettestof Covode vs. Foster, arising oat
of eertibt alleged frauds committed at the
ballot boxes at the October, 1868, election
Whit MA Pe n nsylvanis Dbstrict. The
evident.* Jr Voluminous, and necessarily.
so, Inasmuch as some three hundred
questions of fact ire Involved. It is
clearly apparent that frandsmere perpe
trated, but It Is aot our provinoe to de
clare judgment either from partisan mo
tins or - from inlormatkm derived from
the es parts report before us. Thematter
will be examined into thoroughly by
Congress, and a proper verdict based
eh' the evidence will be awarded. The
following points are made In behalf of
Mr. COVODIVII claims by his attorney :
let. Giving Mr. Foster his return vote
and deducting tie excess, pauper, illegal
absesammt, imported and alien votes,
and giving Mr. Covode his return vote,
adding rejected vote and deducting Indi
Illegal votes, Mr. Covode has a
majority of 55.
.2d. Upon a consideration of the re.
turns and individual illegal votes alone,
not including any of previous classes,
Mr. Covode bass majority 0f,47. .
Bd. That 'the exclusion of the polls
of Youngstown alone from the returns
leaves Mr. Covode • majority of 129.
4th. That of Dunbar a majority of 219.
sth, The exclusion of all claimed will
raseitinamsjoritrof 449 for Mr. Covode.
The Ban Dominican mystery is solved.
With the return of the Albany, bringing
back the Corim - Inbar' whose hasty de
porters left no time for explanations to
sahary the public, we now learn that the
Bketind peninsula of, Butane have bees'
- leased *from the D... lothoeines to
• es, for the term of fifty
years, at a rental hr $15,000 'gold per an
num. The yearly payment represents a
fee simple value of $250,000. We thus
secure a naval station of inestimable im.
podium to our political and commercial
interests In the Caribbean Bes, in effect
litiOnti to us beyond any dispute our
proper predominance as a naval, com
mercial and politiCal power In all the
West Indian archljwiago. •
The money vice paid Is cheap as dirt.
We presume that Congress will not heal.
. tate In conceding the approval of the
• transaction, without which neither party
can be legally bound. The assent of the
Dominicans is a/ready pledged by the
Bus party temporarily In control of
that Itcpuhlic, and Is less likely to be die
: ,,.puled by any rival factions, since an an
nual Income will always be more of an
object to whichever faction may at any
time be uppennoat, than would a sale oat
and out, the purclume money for which
would all have been "gabbled" by the
Bees party, to the exclusion of all the
It looks Mee • small busineas to make
*..... any objection to • transaction „Involving
a sum of money. But, on pric
dple, this lease of the Banana Bay is open
to the full force of the same objections
which untied, and very. properly, the
contracts of Secretary Seward with Rua
all and Denmark. If the Senate ratifies
' this lease, and rejects the Bt. Thomas par
chue,'we shall be open to the pungent
criticisms of the world, for our ilaceity , in
distinguishing between thnse vszi;ol con
tracts, strictly according to the deirer of
our expected irrofita in completing a hat._
gain, rather In consonance with an Inva
riable good faith in upholding the engage
ments of our responsible representatives.
-• The point is clear, but Its application just
le* may be ani•opular. •
SAlfoill AND VOOO.
The latest advice" from the Bum Canal
speak of the difficulties In Its navigation
arising from the drifting sands of the
desert and ECM foga. True, these is.
ports come through English channels,
,sead,ntay ba exaggerated ; for. tho Eng-,
' lla hhave ever regarded that great enter
prise with ejedoos eye. &111, making
; all due allowance for that, these things
do certainly occasion salons diffictdty
At a very early day In the world's his
tory some of the powerful monarchs of
Egypt did make a, canal from the Nile to
the Bed Pea t some traces of which are
still to be ion. But the drifting sande
werethen an overmatch for human power,
Slid Its existence as a commercial chan•
eel was not of long continuance. The
site thing may or may not occur again.
Whtn Bishop Berkley said, "Wag
ward the star of empire takes itronty,t ,
aidared what every close cheer.
tar of the world's progress, for the bat
two Ilumassd yeariknoinhibritris, and
. probably ever , will be true. Commercial
-1,111.1 in Barope are turning th* 1114117
.19 asothar Map Canal--"rder,
• • • , . •
- - .
.end less subject to fog and sand drifts,"
ss the London Times expresses it, than
that across the Isthmus of Baez, in some
at the Central American State e. _bat
would be prating that "star" on its Rid
track, westward, once more : The &in
*traction of the Suez Canal looked like
an attempt to reverse Its trey:a:
Whether there be some o It law for.
bidding the march of progressive civiliza
tion eastward we know not, and shall
not assert; . but there is something very
remarkable in all the past phenomena of
human progress. The centre of politic
powca In the world has for many cen
turies been sloWly and steadily shifting
westward. An intervening ocean
Counts nothing in the mysterious track of
this "star;" and now, after long hover
ing over Western Europe, It seems to be
settling Itself in our skies, whence, per
haps, In tine it may move on to Asia, its
place of beginning. Who knows? Should
the sands and fogs of the isthmus of Suez
render the attempt to turn the commerce
of the world in that direction abortive,
and compel the opening of another great
avenue of navigation through the west
ern continent, then may the world regard
tlds strange and mysterious law as estab•
AN EXPENSIVE SUPERPLUITY.
A fifth wheel to a eoach really exists
after all, and hulls uses. Such a con.
trivance is no figure of speech, but a ma
terial fact. To be sure,' it is an uaknown
and immaterial quantity, when the ques
tion is only one of going ahead In •
fiat line. The fifth wheel comes in play,
only when a deflection is to be made in
the direction of the course. That is all
that It serves 'or. In that sense, we are
permitted to understand why that very
curiously contrived fifth wheel to the
financial maelfice of the country, which
is called a Special Commiastonership of
the Revenue, and which to animated by
Mr. Wx.xxa, occasionally betrays Its'
existence and claims its appropriate func
The Commitsioner's Report, to be laid
before Congress and the .country this
week:lnge:3 • that a turning point has
come In . our financial policy, and pro
ceeds to Indicate the direction Of the new
departure. He wants taxation reduced
by some fifty or sixty millions of dollars
at once, a reduction which he considers
to be justified by the financial situation.
Considering how partial the free.trading
schnol, which lives and moves and has its
being under the Inspiration and nurture
of the foreign importing interest, has al
ways been to the peculiar views of the
Commissioner, it Is really a sinkuisr cir
cumstance that, while his recommenda
tions have uniformly jumped with their
wishetb,„it has at the same time been
always stoutly denied by his friends, and
by the free-trade organs, that anything
Hite a friendly understanding exists be-
Here then, comes the - Commissioner,
urging this rut reduction of sixty mil•
homam our taxation, with - nearly every
dollar of it to come off from our customs.
duties upon foreign importations—in part
by a considerable enlargement of the free
list, but in a greater part by the square
abatement of existing rates of duties,
mainly upon articles with which Ameri
can Industry also is now endeavoring to
(apply our markets. His abatements
mean, dollarly dollar, a downrightithan
donmeut of the American principle of
protecting and fostering the labor of our
own citizens, and the development of
American industry and strength by re
deeming us from our old•timedependence
upon the under paid labor of. Europe., It
is pleasant to reflect that Congress is not
yet ready to unction this seriously grave
deflection, from the established and profit
able policy which now;deelares that, if
there be any advantage in the first call in
their own markets, American manatee
tares, agriculture and trade obeli, have
that fair start over any foreign compctl.
Lion. We have no present use for the
'filth wheel", functions of the Special
Commissioner in that direction._
When the Report Insists that we can
well spare sixty millions from our pres
ent revenue, it takes a direct issue with
the recommendations of the President
and of the Secretary of the Treaelay.fi
We learn, upon that far mewee , e-Hr. - ,,x.
th___,oritY. that It:: "Lialicial situation de.
hands a complete and absolute postpone.
meat of any general scheme for the
abatement or taxation, at least until the
shall be enabled to judge, of the
operation of other and more need/airy
leghlaren. Hence, our " tifdi-wheel"
Commissioner is simply wasting his
breath, in such vain efforts to guide the
smoothly running machine of national
policy out of the me and well-beaten
track. Congress and the country agree
heartily with the Administration upon
the present line, and, for all we can die.
cover to the contrary, would need but
little inducement, not to make the diver.
don which Mr. Wells desires, but to
abolish him and his funciionr, as being
really more absurd and useless Wm even
that "filth-wheel to a carriage" which the
old saw: mikes light of. They will be
sure to do it, when they come to see the
really idle folly of- keeping this specious
advocate of tree trade in office under an
heartily American Administration. The
Special Commissioner is superfluous; and
the sooner he is abolished the better.
Baton's DICTIONARY OF DATIL& rola
dog to all Ages and Nations. For
Universal Reference. Edited by Ben-
Jamln Vincent, Assistant Secretary and
Keeper of the Library of the Royal
Institution of Great Britain. Publish
.ed by Harper Brothers, New York.
Fin sale by Henry Miner, Pittsburgh.
Valuable as thls work Is regarded in
England, especially since its revision by
Berlsmin Virtmt, of the Royal Library
of Great Britain, -11 lacked much to make
It populsr or useful for. reference In this
country. Rapers, however, have made
the work complete in every respect, sad
the events of this country are both ac
curate and full,
,and scarcely anyplace
or event is.overlooked. The chronology
Is brought down to Jane last. The pub
have issued the best and most
Complete of the kind ever published, and
no library is complete without this work
because of its intrinsic value as a refer
once. Such a work of this kind is mon
umental and is the product of years
of patient toil.. In the preface to'
the first !edition It Is stated thero
are fifteen thousand articlts, alpha
betically arranged. The leading events
of: every country, whether ancient
or modern kingdoms, are to bo fOund
In the ' soneht of each respectively:
Tit aim of the work Is to present pot
merely a. Rlctlontry of Dater, but s dited
Encyclopedist, a digested summary °flu.
man blstory, brought.down to the very
eve of publicatbit.
Tess Grass man. By Elisabeth Stuart
Photon. With illustrations by,Curtls.
Pabliabed by. Fields,: Osgood - d:
When this book appeared several
rcionths ago, It caused quite a furore. It
lea work of singular ability, depth of
thought and deals with questions of a re
bglons type in a sort of spirlizallstio or
drevmy style, and yet it contains puss
geuthat rouse the reader to She highest
tidied =natant. Some of the die
tapes are Inbllttable and calque'. This
edition Le beitattl'ally titasteated: and oth•
entries superbly Aayped, In keeliktig with
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE TUiSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, DM
the merits of thework. It la a capital.
gift-book—appropriate at 'd seasonable.
WILD SPORTS OP THE WORLD: A Boot
of Natural History and Adventure.
By James Greenwood author of 0 The
Seven Curses of London," eto. With
one hundred and folly Illustrations.
Published by Harper *Brothers, New
York. For mile by Henry Miner, Pitts
Commendation of ti work of such a
character as this, Is scarcely necessary, to
any person who will glance through its
pages. • The book Is plethoric with' incl
dents and rich adventures, and contains
graphic accounts of the habits of animals,
such as the elephant, lion, tiger, hc.
Young people will bemehly repaid by it
pernval, Ind Indeed all classes of readere
will Hart much to amuse as well as In-
amid. The author brings to bear the
lively vein of writing that bee character
ized hia former works. ' It is an appropri-
ate book (or the holidays. '
Tag Teems: Boca. By Elizabeth Ste
art Phelps. Published by Fields, Os
good it Co., Boston.
The little boy here is quite 'a charge.
ter, as the exploits so gracefully depicted
In this volume clearly show. His pranks
and mhhapa, and assumed characteristics
are quite natural and prime.throughout.
Little folks these holiday times will en.
joy the book with uncommon zest
though at any time it would be a favorite
with thim. 'The droll scenes are exceed.
ingly welt told, and -Illustrated with rare
skill. The artist has shown much genius.
How Jraiwzx FOUND 13YR .Lonn, and
How bbe Thanked Him. By the
author of the ' , Golden Ladder
' Stories," etc. .Publlshed •by Robert
Carter ,t Briahers, New Turk. For
sale by B. B. Davis& Co., Pittsburgh.
Rarely has our heart been touched
with tenderness In reading a story, u we
have been by this delightfully well-told
one In verse. The means by which
Jennie toned her Lord, and how she let
her light shine, are graphically told by
the poet. Passages of s'mple and tender
interest abound throughout the work.
DISCOURSES OW , VARIOUS OCCASIONS,
BY THAI Rey. FATUAR HYACITITLIH.
Translated by Leonard W. atom. of
.I3rt Jklyn, N. Y. Published hy-G. P.
Putnam t Bon, New York. For Salo
by W. A. Olidenfenny, Pittsburgh.
Pere Hyacinthe, late Superior of the
Barefooted Carmelites . of , Paris, and
Preacher of the Conferences of Notre
Dame, after a brief visit to our shores has
just returned to Europe. During his
brief sojourn In the Emit, he was the sub
ject of many attentions, and has set agog
the religious world by his startling and,
independent utterances. Anything rela
ting to thik gifted divine will be read
with avidity. This work necessarily has
been gotten up with rapidity, but never
theless quite creditably. The _various
papers will serve to show the elements of
greatness ire this reformer, but, perhaps,
the -second volume, Cow in course of
preparation, will give a better descrip
tion of his eloquence. No doubt but
what this work, and the volume to fol
low, will be widelyjead.
"OLD TIESTAMANT SHADOWS, OIL New
TOMO-SEPT TROTI18." Be Lyman
Abbott, author of "Jesus of Nalareth:
His Life and Teachings," Sat. With
designs by Dore and others. Published
by Harper & Brothers, New York. Fir
sale by Henry Miner, Pittsburgh.
Mr. Abbott showed such remarkable
talent in Ills late work, "Jesus of Naz
areth," that few can question his ability
in presenting "Old Testament Shadows,"
In en able and instructive manner. These
foreshadowing. of the redemption of the
the world, manifest from the Fall in Eden
down to Ezra, are truly Mager posts to
the Cross of Christ. The author proposes
to bring out in prominent lines these fin
-ger-posts of the Bible; and give them the
right interpretation. The contents are
as follows: "The Cities of the Plain,"
"Water to the Wilderness," "Ellezer's -
Prayer," "Joseph's Staff," "The Great
Question," "The Great Deliverance,"
"The Fiery Serpents and the Brazen .
Serpent," "The Bonevolence of Boaz,"
"The Forlorn Hone of Israel," "The
Price of Ambition," "Samson's Strength
and Weakness," "Elisha's Vision," and
"The Qinen'sl-Crown." These topics
are presented in chaste language, and have
the charm of romance. The book is tie.
gantlyi: gotten up, and would make a
sensible gift book.
THE STORY OF A BAD Boy. By Thomas
Bailey Aldrich. With Illustrations.
Published by Fields, Osgood at Co.,
This inimitable story was the charm of
"Our Young Folks" during the past
year. Its appearance in book form will
be greeted with pleasure by those who
read the monthly int aliments, and it will
also doubtless find its way into the hands
of many a boy, as a holiday gift from a
parent. It will soon appear to, the reader
that he was nal as bad a boy as the title
would indicate. It is written in• Ald
rich'.charming prose -y ix tic style,
abounds in' humorous incidents, and i
elegantly illustrated. By all means,
boys, get your lathe", to get it for you.
Of course, girl. will want to know the
character of the future man.
BUTTRRPLY'S FLIGHTS. By the author
of the ..Win and Wear" Series. Pub
limbed by Bobo, rt Carter Brothers,
These Butterfly Flights describe visits
to "Mount Mansfield," "Saratoga,"
"Niagara," uMentreal," "Seaside,"
" , Philadelphia." Big volumes in a box
or $4,50. Thee, places were visited by
little Butterfly—whose real name we are
told Is Ellen Courtleod, with some
friends, during the summer months.
What-she saw is graphically described.
The plot is excellent, and the characters
are Binned with a fidelity of language
that is truly interesting. It is iespital
way to convey useful information to
young people, and we welcome this series
as .being the right kind. of books for
you& • The books are gayly 'Weed and
,illustrated:- Parents; would do well to
'place 'these beictles in their , children's
Lour tic rna Joranz. Narrated for
Young People by Paul Da ChMlle,
author of aWild L!fa under the Eque.
~ car,' r etc. Published by ro H r r p e el r by
Brotnors. New York.
Ileum Miner, Pittsburgh. -
Da °halite Is a favorite In this corn
mnulty-al an author and leoturer.
This story will not damage his good rep
utation. It is fall of daring adventures
and hairbreadth escapes. The style of
narrative la flowing end natural. Young
people will And much to interest them,
both on aecoUnt of the eaoltlniceenell
depicted, and the racy style of the author.
The numerous illustrations give a floe
Idea of the subject in 'hand. - It comes
main good trim, toe, for the holiday sea
son and will sell readily.
Mynas TEM Cams. Published byHenry
Hoyt, Boston. For sale by F. G.
Rieneman, 115 Third avenue, Pitts
burgh: ' .
This little volume. we belleie prepaftid
* by Rev. Mr. Pierce, is a .selection of
choice poetry from poptdarauthdry, Indi
cating much tact and ability by the com
piler. It is divided into two parts, First,-
"The Cross dour Lord Jesus Christ, and
its 'Blaine power," and the second part
-4 The Cross and its Discipline." This
little book Is really brim fall of gems, and
contains pieces that ore 'generally ac
cepted by the -,different denominations.
Most of the favorite religions tongs of
modern writer, are to be found In the se.
Taonouve or Pharr% or. Precious Hopp
and Strong Consolation for the Bearer
of the Crow,. From the latest London
Edition. • Pub:imbed byPorter es
Mates, Philadelphia. For by.
B. Davis a Co., Pittsburgh. ,
Remarkable as the -assertion Is, That
ye:rival* of Richest works, itregto pro•
'duet of the chastened and afbletet, in so
defy, it is nevertheless true that the
world is greatly enriched by the presence
of invalid gifted minds in all ages. TMs
delightful little volume Is the product of
one who has felt the acuteness of disease,
and Willustrates the experience of one
who baa long been an invalid. The
scriptural texts, and poetic selections,
evince a rich acquaintance with the
scriptures and the poets. The book is
beautifully minted on heavy toned paper,
red line border and richly bound. Many
would prize it as avglft•bobk.
D. Arilarrox & Co., New York, send
us monthly part, number eight, of Appie•
fen's Journal. During a brief period
this excellent weekly has . risen to the
front rank of literary journils. It is
ably conducted, edits illustrations are
superb. We have no reason to change
our good opinion, heretofore expressed,
of this high toned weekly. Also, the
third volume of Thackerafa popular
novel, "Men's Wives," In paper cover,
the first we have seen. Thil series is
well printed on white paper, bright text,
and cheap. The character of 'this book
is too weli known to require any words
of commendation from us. •J
BY JAIIESIIIIISELL ' LOWYLL
American literature Las produced few
poems, if any, likely to stand higher in
the estimation of posterity, than `hTbe
Cathedral" by James Russell Lowell,
which will be first presented to the public
in the ,January number of the Atlantic
Monthly, We -have room only to pre
sent stew extracts from a production, the
:anode= and beauty of which Is apparent
even in those detached scraps. Here Is a
strain of exquisite music to begin
"The bi flo w n emetagt not front youdte e.m
nut lh rummy My eulblhood bra d
vorail mind, retrot.l by Ulm.
Haply tondo r went,. by them maim,. thrill
'neat thre.edt my undis I Led lilt sad teals
A pathos from thesad graves be o.ole n.
•I 'UM otb, men,
Wbomlbut gums declaim-Mg my .1 ;
Felt me. o .ee red it au 1 . 41
The Breton relish at teasaVon mon. ,
. . . .
Ilan t he uce. lament or the &glee.
Out spring I kea w at onset ai.) • etc,
411 might the tar . et oif ibe wont oacherrst
boomed inlorcaltent Mauch the diintilicrino
Asod brought a =Grain, rt. the (her adrift,
o=ll'o 4 nt with amble. Le. gime. chum
Stara.e.tertil, r mom, the ambl
•ud wiled the teethe it to wh a t of *nee ;
One unmoor bout .1•111.•. Arne I perched.
llir p 1..: wile no mien cower &ilututiestue navel,
and pol.eil Fr. pulpy ualimtme. wi lla slot(
Auto, I . dater .1 and the robing ettrlihl.
I,.cinuncige me an all, 3414 Wei:
Oho morn of alittllDlP 4 l.l.l It OCT . Mont. • •
V. law In tt• aae I watcher the Lab I:Wreq fa.
lialsaclur ',IL y eat thw and witruot
elr La (rime www direr er 'moat, d ,-
C. W.'. thilwa Priwriay, how birbrd With
,rew hen.lve with he pensive 7
once I learp-d how tharr..loa. Iwo ter ...La,'
Wh L paw the firms ral.e, gas ay gray vita
eni m a d ailrenturoue eer the opaukled mug
That ~ familiar bads teem tar and au. as
As t.to e start wastes this whiter, male sly
111 (boa sa.ltuila about lb: pot,
Alia Orem reie o th• quar,:tl^Z mint
tio.t•ut the eandlii chem.. es-of air weln
ot era pato ea with th a w. wenn biotf ea;
And later •libout • em but e .fba p•le
rom hot- u ofwilag trtbe reef the. Mete
Wales/1, Juane saraah. io ivy sae E., ghat.
11-sed at. •ad haul. kn. 1...ra. I. me
s'arta t from Nat -re he the jay In her
Th 4outitiall,notated me to tartan -
Theumlorward I mantra 4,4 Dole d• tue irate:
Au .1 pariah.% woo barwilw.lie more.
HaceD on .e and bare. 4 against aalteti...
Rare Is 'umber passage, fad or tender
nets and beauty
..f, lba 11111. ms st morales Andoer,
Los'. x roots thst le d ue from the pm
~t that Des.
e, a mother'. tore
hi Lie my life penises 110 ts rip
Tuflee. Stirred befog my sinueliSii so f, h
Thal p t fro. illeeoihns Imenk sada Is Oat;
Nor know I 1. •—• hold worst enemy,— -
Him ou sprouts y mum
Would torn me I.emr. s h pt of the raiment
fly Fatal contrive...mu.. oar
Or bun who. cruel tied, wouel na\n ,
With point.' Saint , no-I ptr.,phra.e ttt.
the •oul s u -st w.n.:ow of (Lyme surprise.'•
But let us enter the Cathedral—with the
poet: • •
•.And the whole ple, grim With the Not thrash's
Of Ills and death• sad doom. Ilfa'• Squat foe
-These were bet:demo; sad 1 gold •...hed,
Chill of an ale t Mit 1.0 ue.s, not . reale, • .
(IStating our awsltow nestaos the awful Past.
And or to. riot rr and tae work of larger men,
•• we read Madded what We 1 u ..acfaee.
Far opt. great btil. wallowed In d.i.ght,
Towles their a &saves...es the heelless UM...
To c the wurahipsers who mew r came.
or women mostly, in loath two. sod three*.
I elf wed • reset eat or 01 shrine
• do piety and solos. f a g my glo a t.
ur glee Sr wa.a atareent . • Ls.. of Odd.
• shared decor.. In the SuClent rile
It. sterner Moen hold Idelatrese,
Tae route t reed thaugbti
...la m e the do peeing exa lts. out moat to me,
• from the mane realm of deal and pato , A •
us brick tat.ck•stions with marble hoot; -
',hum *heed stems I,mtruwered roof.
The cl oarethat agreed In boughs dire
Thlategh which time organ blew •dreant of ...MA
Tho sn nut au ;re µmeet tu who awe
And the Bean no la trangetlitt .
Th•n•lsle• 00 tee ranAltse t
The cons hos sileocee•uf broodiest woe's,
! Centotal shadows, cloisters of tee el .;
Vet heir was ono of cutdatinad ream,
lrops• ante loot, use mem wt.':
all I his gr-nd.or cut sue ItroeCut,—
A ahmdir.ree It. Ith , r¢latt //re.
Where the • rt. st toted tom ,e a Itermil, ate,
An ado• to t hat Mtn to Cdr.. 1.75
Taal Aw •ree round C. Ili,air Leaps ol stone,
Ia Wu Religion • Out "mere w.
Houlihan the solitude of darke u ned mind,.
waked on I. of tura v., Ur the skeptic oat?
Is to. re to - rurn r • I. Iran ye , ttlen doubt
Since (latent:wee mad tt trout ...owl..
A IF cued . u *wile threads Item mind to
••••• .. • •
. 0 1 Cu a. d and tow • bolds.. bit bey knees; -
A lin ryes s hri netir told o rebels so bends
Be or IMMO sof saintly widvanboost,
Ur lb• d leivrreth 'with tee far-off to eel
y first ibmght. Ly kindlier 1.0.• rebuked
'PI• adios, for vsliattherer loathe , Ilia
in a d
ll , 'be th i m r i / . .dome hoe'er,
all that !sprouts,. •nee•theadi theso're:'
Medical to the natal es shored on twtry tide
01 hiaadeisak• of lirreditar. thoughtl
llifino nappy they that weeder ot
Itt• yowl nom •ti eJI of th- h useboirif..lln,
Itio guarded full that sh,lters, tiot mileest
tem On patience In 'ambler bk li•,
thlat.a with hope bY Med fret gone before
171' is. nt,.etthil, or toner, gleamed
Hy ciente maglc of dding Time.
My lies Were mot toned as the sr man knelt.
wed ges v wit Will, or thme •I - ration Inlet
.” s d nature, firth r thou the with
beset occullirfelt tms.
Tordegli method intatersthan trot 7 'fuelled."
Poison hi our Bedrooms.
While the other noxious , gases are
usual y the product of combustion, and
their origin therefore apparent, sulotinret
ted hydrogen obtains an entrance into
our houses to a surreptitious and insidious
manner through the waste pipes of sinks
and wash basins, the latter giving it ac
cess even to our bedrooms. There can
be but little doubt that the prolonged
nausea from • which some persons suffer,
and which often terminates in confirmed
dyspepsia, is not unfrequently due to this
cause, and, while the sufferer and the
physicians are searching in vain for some
mans of relief, and are experimenting
with various remedies, the tree - engin of
the trouble is, unsuspected, and might be
easily removed by a proper attention to
the waste pipe traps. The test by which
the presence of this gas la the air of a
room may be detected Is very simple. It
may be performed by taking the white,
unprinted margin or s newspaper, moist.
ening it with a solution of sugar of lead,
and suspending the prepared slip of paper
in the locality to be examined. If the air
contains eulpburated hydrogen the slips
darken and finally become black, the ra.
ildity with which the change occurs giv
ng data for forming an estimate of .the
amount of gas. The air of the apart.
ment may at the same time be compared
with that of the -streets by suspending
another slip of leaded paper outside of
orb of the windows in such a position
that it may be In the shade at all times.
The physiological effects of 'sulphuret
ted hydrogen vary with the degree of
concentration. If it is strong it acts like
a narcotic, and the person soon faints, but
may be restored if at once removed into
the fresh air, and treated with stimulants
and the cold water douche. There is al.
ways more or less nausea, even though
the gas may be very dilute. Its poison
ous effects is doubtless due in all cases to
its absorption by the blood, and subse
quent action on the iron of the discs,
whereby the fluid loses its red calor and
becomes black. the variation in theaymp.
toms being 'dependent on the vapidity
with which these results are produced.—
Dr. J. O. Drapsr, in Galaxy.
Loo* to Y,;:ux Will Paper.
The tlithy.enstom of puting one wall
paper over another till a thickness of an
eighth of WI inch or more is accumulated
le too common, and is attended with the
worst consequences. This, as ascertain.
ed by the Lancet, was the nine of
nuzzling offensive smell at Knightsbridge
Bernick!, London, that recently thneeten
ed the'. whole establishment with fever.
The exmination of the drains and taking
up of floors revealed nothing, while the
Introduction of increased mews of yen.
Written left the evil as it was., At Lest an
examination was made of the wall paper.
leg, when it was found that one paper
wee paned over another till a thickness
was accumulated amounting in one case
to fourteen layers. Between these lay.
en there was rotten paste, in which Vane
and even maggots germinated, - while the
wall being hollow the 'teach spread Into
the passage and over the establishment.
Tuella will be no delay on the part of
the nOOllO in passing the Georgia bill pre
cisely as it went through the Senate last
week. SaUsfeetion is' felt that the ratifi
cation of the Fifteenth Amendment IS
required from the State before represents-
Von to given. .
The Connellevllle Road—lte Wester
The Cannelborille Company'lmve de.
teimined to make an independentconnec.
timt with the great net-work of railroads
west of this State. For this purpose,
Stanislaus Lowe, Mtg., waif detailed by
the Chief Engineers to locate aline be
tween given points; which has been &me
and the necessary papers filed to secure
the route.. The construction is to com
mence this Spring; and be proceeded with
to completion without delay. The point
of departure from the present route will
be at the mouth of nine mile run, on the
Monongahela, tip whichthe line proceeds
to Wilkinaburg ; thence down Negley's .
Run, at the mouth of which it crosses the
Allegheny, thence by way of Sharps.
Mug, up Pine Creek, through Butler
county by way of Zellenople; down CO
ioqueneasing creek to Big Beaver, and
by way of Mahoningtown to New Castle '
—connecting with the Pittsburgh and
Erie, *ld with the Cleveland and Mahon.
log. li t t 3 both of which It will connect
with e Atlantic and Great Western, as
well as other roads. The length of this
line from the mouth of Nino Hilo run to
New Castle is about sixty miles.
The company alio contemplate run,
nine a branch road from Bridgeport, In
Bedford minty, to the borough of Bed
ford, gaining acmes to the rich iron and
Icoal beds of the Broad 'Top region, and
opening the fertile valleys of. Bedford
county to commerce and to new markets.
Iv is currently reported that the British
Government have been notified, through
Mr. Motley, of the readiness of this Gov.
ernment to reopen the Alabama Claims
question at once, for settlement here, and
that Secretary Fish, alter consultation
with a majority of the members of the
Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, has
drawn up the principle points of the new
treaty which, BM believed, will be accept
able to England, as well as to theAdmin.
Istration of President Grant.
TO PEOPLE WHO THINK FOR
At this mason of the year when the balm
.7C. , 1111. ander heavy contrlbutlons made upon
UN, reason of the Sodden eh,,,,, of Weather.
It were .Irlse In'alt oho regard their hell , h and:
happiness to betake themselves to a timely reins
oda. That U. ifyon /et •tough or Cold do not
defer It 0.111 overburdened astare sinks under
the Inonllaate load, het at sneer seek for relief
In some cure and Derfset named? like DR. Lay-
PIE'S LUNG CURL or Da. increinvi PEG.
TWILL EYRDP. If people. estimate/41D tme
value, human health and Mk, the poolpOnemenle
th retard to the use of remedies 'voila rare
coe. and Instead or many of the inake.b.
levee that are often used, medeelties
f Dr. YE see, 'a akin fel and scientific physician
of newly half a centnryle experience, would
tate their Veer. Sou can scarcely and to tee
Cltiof Pittston rah • family, e me of e of whirl
hes wet been feneatted by UR. R aTNLR•[I PIG
TOTtiL SYRUP or UR. REYtI[R•S LUNG
CURE. Bo h,of them r.medies are prepared
with the most &elect and pure media nee Mug en
to be obtelned, mid with n eoneetentloos regard
Who does hat know that to otigloat iovailk
titshedmtaa I. to Invite slam attlish Orsielos
aseiperadoosture wilocurablis disease:
ore cf Vito article. and if they will re•
neat crier one wordy they 0111 aes'tkat we have
more at heart than ' the mere oineet to make by
It an turri which most nermatm will allow not
unworthy of an honorable man. but n bkh Sinks
Into loathe:ratter nothingness oh. ncompared to
that of the health and live. of Individuals.
Wsr do not believe toot the man 1. born who
ii male A better medicine for sodden coughs
msd colds than Dr. %RYSER'S YECTORAI.
srmi-C. Its esths are daily Inereaslag and Ism
dretis of ;Insane bare been snairthed Loa the
Jaws or death by Its nth.
The other day a nierrbant from a diatanoe
bought a querittty on the reonsnmesdation or •
rum/ man who had bee• cored by It. Thle le •
frequent occurrence. and the merchants of oar
own %lentil, could not fall to forget by Ws tour
pie. Dr. Seine. Loud Care and Dr• Leyeer's
Pectoral lilrmtp are d tabled at no !Mont ray to
aanme a wide 1 . 1.11,0 In the treatment of all pul
monary and tvoncbt al dlsearen
To be bad of mat a vault is and at the Dcctor•.
Orme Medicine Store, 167 Libeller Monet, ethers
thorough hang eamituations are made day and
W rift gITIIII
Dscamaitat 10. 111610
olenti! meeelpe to enah'e phyelelabe to classify
them ender emy artielliir bead. •e • general
mile they mice from • general debility of the
at, least, three cease cot of flee, Is • lock of , rlek
0141 settoh to the etoma.h andllrer. elthattlale
mans, and bodilr else, health and vliuy will
tol'ow tha treatment. Alsong all tbt:Attedlcht a
which have been rs commended as ceal leln!•
this end, none has been atinenittered with sacl
n'llorsa and oaths Ineevas as BOSTLTTLII•11
' d 4 Ingredients were selected front theVe rata
ble klagdoto. with a etew to the tn.
Mem - adios of the Osmium, and the constitution,
and alto for their antl.ol loos mid slightly le:a
ti•e properties. Twenty odd years , of experi
ence ha. proved them herbal reatorstleas wm
ortai ly <rue* toad /torah...fa jadielonaly amen ,
Maned In the cola crated preparation. got o. .ly
isopeci de for holt reel in and all kindred mom
ppeato, but ea • amiselel4 remedy/0r all nohow
offslawsle *seldom to hatianity. It hat obtained a
reputation band on Impeachable testimmte.
which fairly altar, that of any !that . proprie..
troy Or °Menai *iellal ae to um.
grIRON CITY MUTUAL LIFE
1751/HANCE Cll. 01' PIDIOII7I.Y
NTA.-7 he I election for THREE 1311111H
TOgi of Hite Company. to serve foe folic years.
0111 be held .1 111. nflice of tno Conipsne, 75
Federal tire-1, miegb.ny car. on MONDAY,
Jnons27 100, 1809, between the hears 0110
ne, . at 3 P. U.
J. 1111011. fleeretwy.
ALLE9/15e r. Dee. 10: 1069.. delf
arrillST NATIONAL BANK,
PITTSBUDDH. PA.: (late Pittsburgh
Trust Conipany.)—An election Sur NINE DI-
IiECTOILS . of this Bast. will ee held as the
Beatles House, comer Intl iivai le and Wood
street. TUESDAY. Januar? Ilth, ISTO.
Wien the lours'or 11l h. m.'an,i r.
k.1 1 11301-c1.3V.Lfmr1 , 13. , ..1 , z.10
'AMU:WS n.roarr NATIONAL Timm
iirreno-aa. Dm. La. 11/43V.
L ar''' ME ANNUAL ELECTION
for SEVEN DIRECTUES of Oita
Bank. to orefor the eneulnEY•or•VdE be Sold
to no , OE•iStag Flom. No. GO fourth Avenue.
on TUESDAY. the 11th of January. SETO. be,
. tern. 411 bonnet land • o.oloelt r.
,Tonsto NATIORAL Ream or PrETSßrotole,
rlrvelOn.o.l. December 11,
a'THE AhNEAL ELECTION
for Dlreetonof HAN Bent will take place
as the Hankie,/ Honed. on TUESDAY. Jakbert
1111, 11110, between the hours of 10 A. H. an 4
Or. rt. JOHN B. LIVINGSTON.
LICHILIIOII , 71•21.11.11A1. HAIM
-•r111110VPOU. Dee. 11. 1111:10.
IarTIEIE ANNEAL ELEVIION
fur thirteen Directors of Ibis Bans ell,
be held at the Bankine Howse. on TIJILBDAY
January 1111.11. Inlo, Damen the hones of 1
and 3 o clock Jr. n. A. 1.01(0. Otabler •
n . 271111120 0 NAI.IO.AL HAAN Or 0 0 21.0 . 014 I
Pirtsolo2oll, I.l2cembeit 141161.
WAN ELECTION FOR TOIR.
TEEN DtleiCTol3 of Wit Haat, to
tette Munoz the canine year, ertll be held It
the Banking Douse, cornet Mood • !meet aid
ninth ettnue. on I . OlllOiY. Jeseary 11ah,
11.0. atlases the bout, orll e. a and 0 r.x.
.J091[1 , 11 11. 11101.. Quitter.
IarCITIZ ENS , NATIONATIL .
" BABE Or P17188U111011. -- 4 election
!aright* Directors of Oils Bent. to serve for the
...slug ear. ism to bald it the Banking Bone
on TUESDAY. January. 11170,, between
the hours of 111. K. and A 7. .
d. Z. BRADY, la,. Cashkr. •
Prmuunon, Ps., Deoeseb r 11. 111811.
ltsCuArlcit , NATtoXAL B AM, I
PrixeDUttall. Del:ember 11.
larAl ELECTION • FOR. 1111.
BytTOREI of uu. Pack wia be bald
et the Oulttat HOO NI on 111.114D1.1r. Janus 7
.11,1170, betwentiot boars ollA N. and /r. M.
JOHN G. MAIIMIN. OnotHar.
YlaCaUrni* a Ma wirraartraiar NAT, Ha
rxrrsarlaau, Deossibet 11).
rarTHE ANNUAL ELECTION
of tb is Slut ' take' Diger at tbo
B. obtof House on TifiSDAY. finnan'
lOUS, lotwoes the Doors of 114 wood ST. X
• . JOHN score. sm.;
A waGritivr IrAtIOXi. BANK,
• rilTanUaati. INetaiberll. 111611.
WAN ELECTIONr O
TORS to gene euidaii tb , enmleg Tear
VIII be bald at On g flown, Itto. 33
Firth ntenne. on I. tranDAY, Jean sr, 33,n,
kntween the keen all A. and 3 .
• • • " •W. IicanNOLTIEc
a. . „IV :4:1
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Gusimeres and Jeans
LADIES' AND MISSES' SHAM.
A Great Variety. of
For tho Holidd'y;
Nos. 180 and 181 Federal Street,
Ladies' Work Boxes,
Fancy Boxes: '
Ladies , Satchels,
Gents+. Shaving Cases,
Fine Wax Bolls,
Fancy Bolls, •c.,
NEW GOODS IN AL
Merchants and Dealers S
'7O a,n.cl so M
NAY & COMPANY'S,
BS - 1717 ; cocadV OEM
FINE tDMONIII 07
ENGLISH ♦ND ANZEICAN
3 - 0 - 17.1E1V ILLS
ID (Ma ♦ a[ltq.
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES,
Rosewood & Mahogany
INRITINC DESKS. ,
Backgammon Boards. .
Very Lowest Prices!
129 Smithfield Street.
Our 1010.414 .toot of HOLIDAY B
eosoorlstog booatlfialy lilosSratad
TIOI VOLATYIIB of
aStandard Prose and
English and American
• We and
_.. Toy Mocks, dem.
and Ilymn. Books.
ALPO• A PUSZ ASSOZTIILIST OF
Will be sold at the VeryLowestPriees.
BY TIII AUTHOR DI
"TRIOOTRIN." ITRAIBIORE," Eta
HU V we, Adreetures. Obsere
vallows, Courtinlons. Wrieunde
ships Audi rbeloselpales e
/Labor of "Trader ..Terd mate." •1de11.,..
•Vrasellle de Visas " “Ohsadoe.*. etc.
lento. .Fine Cloth. $.5).00
For we by all thathi.llers, or arlll be that by
?bath 90.ek. tree, of receipt...or the bathe.'
J. B. LICPENCOIT aCO Publishers,
718 and 717 Itarkei aimed.
ORR 4 IoCONAHY,
114 FEDERAL IT., came of Tater,
floods are llnsurpasaed
Noe, 180 and 182 Federal Street,
White and Colored Blankets,
Heavy Coveylids, •
Barred Country Flannels,
White and Plain Colored Flannels,
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Hosiery, Gloves, &o.
Printed and Embossed Borders.
BOIT BARGAINS OF
LADIES' AND MISSES' FURS,
Wholesale said Retail.
Neu 180' aid 182 Federal Strad,
Beal Lace Collars Italandk , fs,
Cents' Handkerchiefs, •
Ladle,' and Gents , Gloves.
Ladies , . Scarf, and Bows,
Homan Sashes. -
Gents , Bows and ffcarh.
Knit Goods. &c., &c.,
upplied at Eastern Prices,
YDE & .CO'S,
No. 110 Market Street.
Comprising an unusually l andfa snort
eon meet of PARIS. VIENRA,AIRRYAR sad
ENGLISH FANCY AUPICLEB, panhaand dl.
no. from ibe nukunfactuters try out Mr. U. 'Yeager
on bit late ♦lsft to Luton.. No two profits are
paid by purchasing at this boom. Tlia stook
Superb-Paris Flower Stamp,
Elegant Glove Boxes,
Elegant Hand-keret Boxes,
' _rocket Books,
Vienna Cigar Cases
Bumf° Leather Sacs.
Bohemia Glass aNd
!hung Vases, etc., etc.
Sir Orders taken to Import goods.
C. YEAGER, & CO.
For Gentlemen, Suitable for
Min HIBIND, MIER OR non
Of Meet lomatlfol *ltems, silk Used
mid tieing. of silk quilted. Time an
decidedly the handsomest goods
market. and an offend _
AT MODERATE PRICES
ALIVA A 114.31D301111 MIX Or
GENTS SMOKING CAPS
Together •Ith an elegant Ilea of GENTS , Fug
manna GOODE, all”llAble Ws sled 1101,
GUY, -POSSIEI, &
En An., Opeit Hasa'Haag
I Y)iATI CLAUS 1?!.
rederid Street, Allegheny.
DIAMONDS, Clusters asd SOIIt.IM. s
'IWATCHEA, all makes sad /cadet.
JoWEI.RY. endatts variosy. •
atitiallTAN ROODS 41.210
I Oa eboic.st selialloca•
RIR/HER AR./ XARIA2I BTATII
, ART, andrsly acw dada.. ha Masa;
. Ovum sac Oasts. classical. wallas.
sad modern. ..
;1 1 GOOD r/ITITB7 Val at t. ate rjoi
961 T. WADDEN, Jr. 19 6
VT TAIL 'Flit
If the Ilan at Our Ihna ebterviteri. -
J. B. REED `B4
Jewelers, No. 68 Fifth Aye
rfARIPL L EIcCANTILEBB
ita wise Wllhas. Can • 00. i
• WHOtilisalit DMZ=Da.
veep and Domestic Dry Gee fr,
011 WOOD DrAl3l2.
INN Ow Mon DbaesaiMumei,
TO CIAMIE THE
BATES & BELL
Choice Selech3iiStock of
VERY LOIV num
To Redo& the' Illtoek.
The Beet In the larket.
SOLD AT MODERATE PINES,
JOHN EGET & SON,
116 EARKET STREET.
4•11:121 rills '
8 p.. 1
*3 IPi'. ''
r9.a g a z
V. 41 4 a r zoli gi
V/ 11 41 41 W
.. s . A I g l4 z 'Q e
b' OIA °La 1
0 .a. a Pi I-4
P 0 ;. 1 e m i
A 1 A
A t 41
Erzt - sr
Npyr:. = -
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &c.
NEW FALL STOCK.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
it the Lowest Prices Ever :Offered.
BOVARD, ROSK I CO.,
a FIFTH ATE,NUL
V 4110.1111, • •
The alterations and im
provements of our Sales
room now in progress, make
it necessary for us to im
mediately dispose of a larze
portion of our stock of
CARPETS, OIL !CLOTHS,
Hearth 1132g5, &c.,
Many goods will be sold
at prices below the present
wholesale cost; Call at once at
OMITS IIeGLINTOCH & ars,
28 Filth Avenue.
Aro. II FIFTH eirxrus,
• ADOVZ WOOD 6711ZICT
IL 1L 2,, 2i, 3,3 L and g
Suitable for radon.-
MENG BOOM CRUMB CLOTHS,
Woolen, .Llnen and Cotton,
LT Lein PRICES THIN MT ABHOR
Notwilkstandisx tbs uodimitilabed tatter
111 BLIND & COLLINS,
71 and 73 Fifth Avenue
• DR. • WIEEMCIETEL
COMMUTES TO TREAT. ALL
"'"A Nap tom.
eompleteir radamted; Telma or mar.
nal Weakness mill iltrOtemer, reilltialf rlem
f.abotte or ctn., um, ono which prod..
some of the following enact.. a. blotches. bodll
weakness, Indlicetion, coorruiptioe. asses/nail
metery, exussollaesa, droad of More events.
lose of =mom In:ls%noctuntal mansbuna
sod loony= prostre t e sannal system as to
end., aterrlase starters% sat therefore
Inipmeent. are permauestly cured. Persons af
lilted with these Or nay other delloate, Inericate
or long ciandlng manna Clonal somplaint Me l d
alve the Motor a Welt he setae Jana • _
parthreler atter/tam elven to all limpets ono.
Plaints, Leilorrhil or Fates, Palllns.
until, or Ulceration of the Womb. °mitts,.
Atinettontiooo. Illanorrhasta Drones
nonttotta and btartlity or Barrenesse, are Mal ,
" ir&tre.va= •pbneelan la O
htmoeLteitelnalvely to the MO of las ° 4lT:c.fati
of tilers. and Wilts thousands of oases every
molt swan meter la that epochal,
Dctor . publishes a medical amphlet. of
Mee tilt strerli...illl earme h .ltiou...of msm.oill.
or' I= Amt wo iiiriggra - sesi 4
else se compLatute. • -
The estabilahment, comprlsing to
room, ts *antral.' When ft Is tkol oonnatont to
Vl= We MT. the Doetil l s oploloo am be ob.
trojrrtoc a written state/neat of the ea"
sad ee can ter forwarded bY mull or et.
la woo Intense.. ho.wever. Petwolel
...absence .te absolotWy 121000 MM while In
album &asperse.' attention Is reap trod, and
for the ii.maodation c f seen patient@ there are
=ta soasected with tno °Mee that repro.
It Mr, requisite that Is calcommo
Mer recorary Incineleg modicatod 'awe
AU intone aro prowler In Um
'sown labonderf. Undo . tas personal so•
Medical patopbteta at *Moe free. or
two stamps. matter who have
whet /a ears. Floon 9A. . toll 'NI
CTIT O. icawnasr. PA..
Tax Atom's Oirscs. Pau:cams . 13, 1809.
I§iTOTICE 18, HEREBY GIVEN
bohless of Om
SIX PER CENT
Municipal Bonds of thc.Cily of Allegheny,
that the Coupon. on k Id Bond. edmlng dhe den
nary let 1870. wtll be pald on add aay flue
the State tax) at the Bank of rlttsbn.grin the
direr Yttantiraft, Pa.
D. MACTERRON, •
Treasurer of the My of Alieghto7.
deli 7,7 • '
PUBILIC . . NOTICE.
Staving b•esi snored SIAS and GAS It R
a r et r b Z 7 C AR T 'j et rat' tl4telrn: 17. bin
:tett I d
ltselaudest eestinoMsebbseve eau be W.W.I.
I will bo found lel the 0171010• Till NA
TIONAL tuyINDWr AND PIPZ WORM.
Twenly•thint Wm; Roar Palm Sitieb.reh•
a. H. parka.
.def:en Rea snails, Meter leered°,
9BARRELS CI EVELAND
31 Tremont Moe.
MOO bbl 14.16tryn Whits /Amy.
Ter We b 1 J. B. CANYIY.f.O.
n in Prices of
Q~~ ~ 9
TY PER CENTIIM.