The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, May 27, 1870, Image 2
THE DAILY GAZETTE OFFICIAL PAPER Of Plllonrgh, Allegheny City and Allegheny -County GAZETTLBUILUIAG Corfer,of Sixth Avelino Ansd tim11011•1•11Mrrel TRIDAY. MAY 27, 1870 BO:sinti In Frankfort, 674 PErnoi.rtnt In Antwerp, 523 .ed, in Soo• York yontordni at aoct, ! 1141414 Tun actual reduction of the public debt by the present admitiatration, to this dot is $114,428,100, being the amount of th special and sinking funds in which th Treasury purchases have been invested The Interest thereon to applied to a still further reduction of the principal on tstand IT 5E1119 that the Lynch bill, "for the revival of American shipping and com mercial interests" is not yet looked upon as dead for the session. .The main tion has not been pnt upon it, a motion to that effect having been defeated. The question will recur again.,. at an early day, and with its friends confident of:its sruccesa The subject awakens a deeper in. tercet every day. - ' Wa heartily second the suggestion by correspondent of a city journal, of the alma ' of JA3IPS L. PAM, the prevent Chief Clerk of the Soldiers' Orphana' Sehool Department. as that of a most elf • glble candidate 'for appOintment by the Ggvernoe,to the vacant Superintendene/:- llis military retard was excellent,litsPer sonal character is uneleeptionable, and his official gnalifisations are patent to all who hayeibrisinesi with the Department. It. would gratify exceedingly the friends, both of the Governor and of Mr. Pact., in ,tiaq quarter of the • State, if the Exe-co tlve,,:ba placing, as he should, a spot* ,period to the present abnormal condithin of the Departmental service, would also confer 'the vacant trust upon the excellent citizen of whom we notv 'speak with but simple Justice. Ir It that "Crawford county plan,"• so much lauded by politichunt of his own pe culiar kidney, upon which. one George K. Anderson, a citizen of Crawford, relies to secure for Lint a Republican nomination for Senate al-rensivlcaui t t. .1 - tat. if we)wero to accept-the glowing assurances of the handful of disinterested patriots who have sometimes attemptde to wheo dle our friends 'of Allegheny into adopt ing that plan of nomination, it would always be efficacious in promoting the cikrice of unexceptionable MOO to place on our tickets.. To trust their eulogies upon this great "Improvement" over the dele gate system, you eoul.f never suppose that - it was the chosen means by which pinchers. roosters, bribe's—Sind all sorts . of political and personal ocallawaga with out either principle or the shadow of re pute for it—ever find their personal ambi tions most thoroughly sobserved. counties of Erie and Crawford, in their past 'and present political history: an nually present more or less ample certifi. rates Ofo.lie ',utter WffilltlesimeAs of the "Crawford county syitem"' for anything more than a desire to'cheat and disappoint the honest tank and file of the party. As tR aaraa..too, icor. wince tan Phil adelphia Age to Instruct our three Repub lican Judges of the Supreme Court no to their duty in the matter of their prothore marks.. Fancy the Age offering its advice. ~- to Judge Wri.tramts I Day after day, and month after month, last year, that journal, in the interest of the Democracy, blacken ed the personal and professional character of if. W. WILLIAMS, declaring him to be a repudiator, or an accomplice in repudia tion, Or in apologist for that form of pub - lie dishonesty. Its daily slanders upon our candidate were 'the stock in trade of the entire opposition press of the Com monwealth. But note of its utterly base less fabrications were so artfully adapted to Ids injury, as would bathe fatal mistake .to which the4i now urges . Judge 'Mo . LUX!' and his Republican associates. He and tliey Could survive Democratic slan ders then; but the Democratic advice, If fol lowed now. would surely banish them all from public life, at the firm practicable moment—with the hearty good will of that popular majority whose wishes they had. utterly disregarded In a matter not jtußcial. but strictly political. ftut we have never. entertained the remotest ap. . prehension that either of them could snake :7 - 44 a mistake, lam Pittabargli Chronicle has a enree,e, kiident at Washington who writes, et thd debate in the Houee on Cuban affaiir, follows: The cream of the .whole debate, parti. elpatad in by Democratic and Radicals, wtina sldmroed off and put by . Itself, amounted telittat this That the Admin. titration has no foreign policy; that 'What ever influence it hex, hee been cast on the mkt* of cruelty and oppression; that . the Government has allowed Spain to flt out .vassals In our ship yards and leave oar porta to engage in the destruction of a people who were earnestly. etragglieg for liberty; that Whim metal/ its infldenres, es, the tddis of oppression_ and the oppress sari; that the State Department is without vigor, the Administration without firm ness, and that Congress partakes of the qua/Idea of both. 7—The Chronicle to profoundly neutral la its own politica, and we choose to take for irranted that Its management' wish faithfully to adhere to that position. The attract quoted la but ono of the frequent proofs of the partizan unfairness of that correspondent, which, in accord with its profeasioas. our cotemporary should gaud against, The writer's hatred of "Radi. odor is alwayi undisguised, and its state ments of lam, when capable of a partizan coloring, lire inlntriably Incorrect, as In the above. We need not add that each eine deductions. which he elaborates with so much of Democratic zeal, is false in design and false in fact, but quite in k ee pin g with the general tenor of his cor respondence. , Ttre:Ariustrong Republican has relia. Information, that a resolution will he Intioduced at. the next .aession of our Stale Senate, to expel Senator /Tarr. of the Armstrong and Butler district, from his nut in that body. The Republican adds: Of courser this will give:rise to dlscua -ekes, and the result will be a Committee Of Investigation. What a disgraceful p_ledlesteent for a Man to be placed in. nerlafteny pretensions to integrityi-honer or decency, sad what a disgrace to the District! We hope, for his own sake and for the sakeof his few friends, that he will send in his resignation, and retire forever to the abodes of private life. —This is a faithful PittMe of a very general feeling of tibnatLefaction among the - Republican people of that district—a _hossag which time Trill not eradiate, and Do artful silence of the Senator can lead his constituents to forget. We have other evidences that the next session of_the !attire will be bempled .with the exhaustive ventilation of the ahametal transactions which, last winter, earned so much odium for certain legisla tors and lobby-men. One of the • latter has the assosance to offer himself now as - , & candidate for Senatorial nomination in a atrong Republican districi:ltere in the west. Ills .elforii to buy ottimposition,or the exposure of 'his complicity in those t ransartiomi. hare. been altizady, mode in at least rin& Y rittartarvand ptomPlly rePel led. lie has been made aware that, if nominated, he may not be elected. and if elected he will have logo through a sharp onbal of purgation before admission to his sysit. That ordeal would linialt him. lie could not escape it or its comacquences. Republicans who properly value the in. tegritrof their parer, and of the. public service, will make Ili: upon all sorb men. war to the knife, and that to the hilt. now and. hereafter to the end, declining all compromises and regardless of all men'. scut. They shall stand exposed, and in due time punished, before the people. Better a sconsinf defects than any victory through dishonorable alliances! If such men will persist in thrusting themselves upon the public notice, they ertimot ex pert to evade „all the just penalties for their misconduri... THE. PACIFIC RAILWAYN We may congratulate the country at large upon the final passage, yesterday in the Rouse, of the Senate bill relating to the Northern Pacific Railway. It will .be remembered that B. partially successful effort was trade, when this bill was first reported to the . Rouse, for Its defeat. but its friends were wise enough to delay fur ther action upon it, until the merits of the Measure could become more precisely known, and our telegrams now reveal the fruits which rewarded their prudent: for bearance. There WAS, in fact, no just muse for any opposition to a measure which was in every respect national In its purview and most equitable In its details. But the free-trade element. a strong one, in the :Rouse arrayed itself in a solid column 'against the proposition to build this great road with American material, as the Senate ,had directed—and they found effective and willing allies in theeapecial friends of the present monopoly of the trans-continental business by the Cniod Pacific line. Fur several weeks, it has teemed evou possible that this rombina lion might succeed in defeating the bill altogether. But Its friends were active and shrewd; they enlisted the support of members who are already 'committed to s third or . Southern line, by way of El Paso: they improved every• *IC , elision to urge upon individual nu'mbe'rs the National need for a free competition. with the fullest facilities, in the connec tions between the masts of the Atlantic and Pacific; and the duty of making au early provision for the construction of these two additional lines whirls will sat isfy the requirements of the people for one or two calming generations. These ar guments and appeals have accomplished their work, and the Northern line is now . rendered a certainty, while there ran be on doubt that the Southern route will gain a similar appro•al. It is quite impossible to form even en approximate. opinion of the'vast influence ' which the construction of these railways to the Pacific is to exercise upon the pMit ical and material future of the Republic. Considering that the remotest points on 'Our Pacific %last are thereby to become practically nearer to the Federal Capital thin van 2dissouri when first Thomas IL Benton become Senator from that State, and in view of the resistless social ten dencies of the age to the more complete amimmilation, of all who enjoy the chi mnahip of the Republic, into one, home• .genous people, ignoring wholly those di. tinctiorus which thrlast generation accept ed astneffaceable—we *mire° to indulge the just hope - that the America of tits year of grace Nineteen Ilundred.with its one hundred millions of republican people,- will be not only the most powerful and moat proaperous, anti most enlightened of Christiania/ids, but that it *ill offer also 'the most perfect and splendid in. stance of a compact National solidarity. on the globe. Then, our children, and those who follow - them, may -begin to perceive the simple grandeur of the troth, in the realisation of Webstees patriotic hope_" The Union. one and in separable; now and forever!" =EI TIME Preiheila Freund has. articles up. on the Fenian on the War Path; A Neve Canal Project ; and the Rnasinnizlng of the Germans in the Baltic Pmvincen Of this last itAtt_vs ; "The gruff Russian bear who has principally the Germane to thank for what little refinement be has, now tro'ables himself ass reward for this, to destroy the centres of German culture in his dominions. He Las now, with hie awkward pafia, made a slap at the old Germanlrniversity at Uviand. This seat of German learning which was founded by the Swedisirßing Gustavus Adolphus In the year 1630, shall now be Russianited, inasmuch as an imperial ukase ham been issued which: comma ads that all entree. pondeneehetween the'Crninril, the Direr. troy, the individual Faculty and the Rec tor, shall in future be carried on wholly in the Remise language. This ukase will probably lead to the dissolution of the University as the greater part of the teachers have decided to oppom it with all their might, and rather to give up their situations than allow themselves to .be Ruuianizcd. Naturally this would be ' a welcome opportunity for the Rusdans to deal an annihilating blow at the Uni versity as well as at all the Germanism of the Baltic provinces, which for so long has been a thorn in their flesh. For this ookt:rebellion of the Russians twilled the German language and refinement, the German want of unity Is partly respond. ble. If a portion of the South Germsins bad not opposed themselves so obetinate fy to the Prussians, These would not have been obliged to regard In silence all that Buenai has been undertaking in the Bal tic provinces, in order to secure an ally in mule of econtlict with France. An united Germany need not fear the combined powers of France and Russia, and would command respect from both sides. It is to be hoped, however, that the time may yet come when the Germans shall reckon with the Russians for the treat. merit which their fellows have received at their hands. Tug roll - Watt has ankles upL : Thin Elections in New York; the Iberian Union apd Iceland and Denmark, of which lade it &jet Of all the secession projects that are now agitated the moat peculiar proba bly Is that width undertakes to separate Iceland from Denitearki; Iceland LAN a population ot 115,0q0nottls, who hare their own troubleerto support bare existence. The dwellers upon the island are of Nor wegian descent; although the knowledge of the Danish language is pretty thorough, especially upon the coast, still the old Norwegian language is the predominant 1 one here whore it has been maintained in . . its purity. The Icelanders are protest ant', and do much for elementary educe, tion. One seldom finds one of them who cannot read or write , As early as the year 1880 Iceland, with Norway, came un der the control of Denmark and remained even when Norway fell to Sweden in 1814. Tey were h:ghly indignant at the begin. ning of this century, when Denmark Abel. l o b e d the "Althing," or parliament, which had existed for nine centuries. In this Althiug, the affairs of the island were consulted upon and directed by represent. salves chosen by the people. In 1848, by a Cabinet order, • Semblance of this old . privilege ,was given back to the Island. The Beptiblikaner seems to be translated as well as usual. AND now comes a Turkish gentleman, who hammer tro prepare himself for the wpropoired change in the social 'status of womankind. In a letter to the Pall Mall Gazette, after saying he has no objection to the ladles who took part in a recent suf frage meeting in London shoring in ro. litinl duties and honors, be states that he has left all hi. ladiel home free to do as they please in his absence, with no threat .f , sack or Bosphorus, PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1870 The Ceuea,.• From the Ohio State Journal.) preitunedlhat the instructions fig'. rhe'taking of the census are now in the hands of. the Assistant Marshals. who are begin thP‘Raik of enumeration on tls , Ist of 'June. 'the work Is to centilitre without interruption until it is complete. InferMissiuit of work will he cause for re 1110 Val. Assistants are required make regUlar reports to the Marshal mice xi fortnight, on pain of removal. Francis 'Walker, Superintendent of the Census, Inas issued very minute and full instructloos to the Assistants. wayfaringlMM. ilintigh an Assistant Mar shal, cannot err. therein. For all failures thniugh carelessness or inefficiency, the Superintendent notifies A.ssistants that all costs of oorrespOndence, clerk hire, etc., in making corrections, will be deducted from their own compensation. It behooves An sistant Marshals, therefore, to be careful, and know theirbusiness. The enumeration In to be made by ar turd inquiry at every dwelling ilOtlNe, or by personal Inquiry of every head of a family, and not otherwise. Thin duty can he performed by the assistant marshals alone, and citizens will be duly notified not to answer questions from any other source, neither in the assistant permitted, to divulge the information obtained. Courtesy is especially enjoined upon the; census takers. Assistant marshals, on re.' relying notice of their appointment, are advised and requested to prosecute in formal inquiries, within the limits of civ ility and discretion, In any direction which will enable themr the better to begin and complete their work, especially to make themselves as intelligent m poiSible in regard to the industrial character of their onbilivimion., and the peculiar conditions of ouch important industry. "Indiana not taxed" are to be enumer ated in a special report, for statistical par poses—though not required by law to to. enumerated. There are some very interesting notes under the head of "Occupation." The census takers are exhorted to make a study of them, and we reproduce the imbue at length. The Assistant Marshals are to take es pedal pains to avoid unmeaning terms, or such as are too general to convey a definite idea of the occupation. Call no man a "factory hand"' or a "mill operative." State t)ie kind of a mill or factory.. The better form of expression would be, "works in cotton mill." "works In paper mill," etc. Do not call n man a "shoo. maker," - boottnakey" unless lw makes the entire boot jer shoe in a small shop. If he works in (or for) a boot and Asto fac tory gar Po. fro not apply the taunt 'Jeweler t those who make watches, watch chains o jewelry in large manufacturing estal Ilsluents. Call no man a "commissioner," lector. - an •'ngilit." an "anima.", an - iivix• seer: . a "professor; . n - treasurer, - a "con• tractor, - or a ••speculator" without furtliar explanation. When boys are entered an apprentice. state the trade they are apprenticed to, a •'apprenticed to carpenter, - apothecary' apprentice.. Whet) a lftwyr, a merchant, a manufa• turer. has retired from practice or Lust noes say •'retired lawyer." ••retired met chard, - &e. Distinguish between fire am life insurance agents. • When clerks are returned, descril them an ••clerk in store,"•••mlerk in mullet mill," "H. IL clerk;' •bank clerk," ttc, Deacribo nu man as "mechanic' . if it is poesible to descent.. him more bccurately. Distinguish between atone Masons and brick masons. • rk, not call h paper bonnet maker a bon. net manufacturer, a lace maker -a lace manufacturer. a chocolate maker a clout late manufacturer. Reserve the term .Manufacturer for proprietors of estab lishment., always give the bnnelt of tuan• ufacture. Whenever merchants or t ders eau be reported under a single word" expressive of their special line, as °grocer," it should be done. Otherwise, say dry goods mer chant. coal dealer, &c. Add. in all cases, the class of business, at wholesale (wit.), retail drat,. importer (imp.). jobber, &c. Use the word Huckster in all cases where it applies. Be very particular to distinguish be tween farmers and farm laborers. - In air ticultaral regions this Phould Its one of the points to which the Assistant Marshal ahmild especially direct lain attention. Confine therme of -the words "glover." "hatter" and "farrier," to those who (ism • ally mob, or make up, in their own estah. lisliments. all, or a part, of the gloves and hats or furs which they sell. Those Olio only moll these article.' should be dram, terized as "glove dealer:' hat and cap desb or;' "fur dealer." Judges fatale whether Federal or State, whether Probate, Police, or other-100e) mac he assumed to he lawyers, and that addition, therefore, need not b given: all other ojitiala should have their profee eiOn designated, if they have any, as ''re. tired merchant, Governor of Niaanachn metre," "parr manufacturer, represents tire in legislature." 'lf anything is to In. omitted, leave . cut , the oilier, and put in the occnpation. As taro possible distinguish macbio- lets as "locomotive builders," '•engine builders," &c. Instead of saying "packers, - indroate whether you mean ”pork packers" or "crockery packers, - or "mule packers." Ile nrganuatiou of domestic service has not proceeded en far in this country as to render it worth while to make die. Ruction in the charniter of work. Report all as "domestic servanti." Cools, waiters, firc.. in hotels and res taurants will be reported separately front domestic servants. • The term "house-keeper" will be reser, ed for such persons as receive distinct wages or salary for the service. WoMen keeping house for their own families or for themselves, without any other gainful occupati - m. will be entered as "keeping Rouen.. Drown daughters; assisting them will be reported without occupation. You are under noobligotion to give any man's occupation jest as he exprceees it. If he cannot tell intelligibly what he is, find out what he does, and characterize his Ft - delusion accordingly, The inquiry as to occupation will not be asked in respect to infants or childreu too young to take any part to production. Neither will „the doing of domestic Cr. f rands of family chores out of 'school be considered an occupation. "A home" or "attending school" will be the best entry In the majority of eases. But if a boy ur girl, whatever the age, is Mt Int; money regularly by labor , contrib utin g to the family support, or appreclabl assisting In mechanical or '.agricultnmi Industry, the occupatio n should be slats . There isa like particularity 1 nomen clature and cleselfitailon undo the bead of "Diseasee," and, if the marshals suc need in mkking themselves masters of ~,,/ s the plain and common directlo , the •re. turns will be of great statistic value, In short, the instructions to all de. .4"artmento—agricnlture, products of in. dustry, Ae., &c.—are exhaustive. The "products of induotry," for example, are . illustrated ander the general et th-heaclit et resource and machinery, materials, pro 'duct; and mining, with additional for ma chinery labor, above ground hind under ground, materials and product. Special directions are given for all the different .employmento of productive Industry. 1 Social Statistics &replaced - xi n ',differ ent buds from all others, an more hitt tulle is given in their collect on. They may be obtained , as far as Ible, from official documents—such as pa / Balled rev ports, or the manuscript records of schools, I. colleges, prisons, asylums,. A :, When such reports or records. are no found, or are insufficient 'for the demo &lot the schedule, the information may, in Perhaps t the majority of noes, be obtal ed by nor respondence. Marshals are, th refore, al lowed at th eir discretion to ap Int Drp tap Marshals for the collectlo of Social Statistic. finch appointments o not con ethnic en interference with th dude's of Autstanl Marshals (See.. 7, Act f May 23, 1850.) One or more Deputy Marshal's may be allowed to collect Social Statistics of an entire District or State, and will re ceive all the compensation allowed by lab' for the service. ;, They will then report by counties, sending In separate schedules. Large cities, however, will be reported by themselves.• . The public may greatly facilitate the work of enumeration by giving some; at tention to the matter before the visit of the cenens taker. The Importance of full. now and accuracy need not be mentioned to persona of education, and all men and women of good sense will give all the aid in their power to the manhole, rather than feel Inclined to resent the inquiet. lion, an the 'ignorant and vulgar eome times dn. The neceeeity for courtesy and gentlemanly demeanor on the part of the officials get to do the work. Is 'mincingly ' m op e d upon in the inetructlomi, and .the maaaarea are well htken to prevent pub. Betty. The diecketures will oe in the na ture of confidential: privileged matter, for the good lie tattle. of the State,- but not forpob. TENNsiLVANIA :trauma fever is epidemic iu t'lumtvt. WAlrui:N have n $;:11,01)6 12,47 Fri 1i I iitn:•• nr•- Altoon AN' uuusual numsut ..1 to Lat•i: been G , ri kiug ul.s,ut the State. Ton latest postoffice . changes aro: Spraggs, (freest. county. W. .1.1. Spraggi vice John Strosnider, resigned. New Alexandria. I Vestmor.;laud county, James M. I ieorge. vier Wni. liinkaid. removed. ON Sunday evening, just after the Pres. byterian Church at Cameron had been lit up for the evening ,elßifo, one of the large elmndeliers near the pulpit-gave way and fell:to the floor, mashing the lamps and scattering the oil in every di rection. fortumitelv the lamps Went mit anththe iii did not take fire, otherwise the church would undoubtedly have been de. strayed. . Tut:body of a man, whew, appearance indicated death from violence, wan found on Saturday on the line of the Medina Railroad. near Clifton station. in Delaware county. One side of his bend looked 'an though driven in hy blown with a hatchet. 9 woman's shawl wan near him. The Cor. onerof Delaware took charge of the body, and will make an invenligation into the matter. SVNDAY hied last, between h and 10 o'clock, whilst Mr. Alfred Smith, a young man of Mahanoy City, was sitting on the porch pd Mr. Ales. Fister, with three ladies, an unknown man came up on the porch and attempted t gn into the entry, Mr. Smith got op and naked the intruder ••Where are you going?• lie 'answered, •"It is none of sour business." Mr. Smith then took hold of the man, who had been playing drunk, and pushed him from the porch. Just as the man got nil' of the porch, he sprung at Mr. Smith and struck bins on the left - breast with hie fist, and immediately followed it up by !dabbing him. The blade, which is supposed to be that of a dirk knife, penetrated Mr. Smith's left breast just below the heart, Inflicting a most dangerous wound. When the man struck him, Mr. Smith struck him In return, knocking hint off the pavement. The man sprung up actively, showing that his drunk.. demeanor was but sham, and made again for Mr. Smith, but the ladies drew the latter laid tbo entry, and closing the door locked It. The im pression Is that the assault was intended for Mr. Fister, who wan a witness In the hearing to release on ball 'Brown and Pat Lee, charged with burning Sillimans breaker. • Mr. Smith's condition is pre. carious. lie has suffered much pain fret), the wound. He has to be kept very quiet to prevent continued hemorrhage, Old En.hidned Exeeutiona in London. As 011 P glances at Tyhum he may ob. serve that the house Na. 49 Connaught Square is said to stand where the once permanent gibbet was erected. From 1191. when F Ittosborne woe hanged there. to 11'84; when John Misted closed the lintlee of death In a Tyburn tippet, many as etninent people tilea nt Tyburn tree as were to be seen round about Picetidily and Pall Mall. Among" ;Inge eminent people of their various days might be gathered a very remarkable eartful Or two, tV, need only cite pretty and wicked Agnes Ilungerford, for imisoning her husband: the poet Snuthwell, who, probably, was guilty of slander against queen Elizabeth; the five out of the ihreetteore subscribers to the death judgment . of Charles the First: Sir Charles Armstrong. a victim of the lice limos , Plot Adair; Lord Ferret,. who would he hanged in his wedding clothes, and Rev. Dr Ihshl, that once fasit• intathle preacher: fur whom one cannot help feeling a little sympathy. People went to the hangings as u, n festival_ The vulgar drank and swore worse than our army in Flanders. while the "quality - . made a picnic of it. The longer the whole I ceremony—the sfldresses to the people. the lease taking kinsfolk and sweet hearts—the 1.4 ter the spectators were pleased. The finale wan as ittyrubrions a, imagination can conceive. The pipes round the victim's I.lPCke, were faStelied to the , beams. the tarts were lazily driven away from under them, and the 'hanging man rode off without giving himself ant further trouble. Then the friends. famii. iara or relatives 4f the hanging titan rush ed to the suspended beitlies and began pull ing them be the legs or dealing them heavy blows in 'the stomach, .1n order to bring their sufferings to an end. The .Nevegate chaplain, meanwhile, took hip ham and his liquor in the first friendly atrringe'lnto which he-wx fireitettand at night the whnle alfaifwas talked over. In London and the suburbs, from the - Sun in the Simla' at I.lissenetich. to the Anta-ta bly Ftcrumn - nt Iltunpstead, front the , N./rave Maurice" in the East to th e to Ifitree." Pier:ollv, or the "Star and linnet , Pall Mall, Men. in the last century, seemed to go as naturally to Tybura as trial.. Colo._ nets to (intone Green. and young ladies ef St. Jame.' talked about the last execution with the strolling player, who was their dancing master, or the deserter Irma Linn kirk who taught theta French.-1:on.t!” .4 thennen 41. The :faked Drama in Cincinnati Quito nn interesting exhibition took place on Elna street, posterday aftethoon. A couple of grown teen who ought to have known better, - went in bathing In the Ba nal, near the Vine Street bridge. About three o'clock, just when they were haring the best of the fun; a policeman made his appearance upon the bridge, and before they could reach the bank the blue coat had their clothes and wan leaving "with them. The Incautious bathers made a very pathetic appeal for their raiment. but the watchman was unyielding, and cur ried the garments away, and hid them. Returning to the canal he stoned the pair until he drove them out of the water. Ile then chased them, stark naked as they were, along the canal, to Elm street, and down Elm, through crowds of people on every square, to Seventh street. The procession then moved east on 'Seventh street, to midway between Elm and Race streets, where one of the naked individuals rushed into a little dwelling. closely followed by his friend. The bathers did not atop to look at the door plate to bee whether either of them lived there or was acquainted with the occu pants of the house, but threw the:natives unreservedly on the mercy of the. fainily. They had reason to congratulate there attires upon their choice of a refuge. The gentleman of the him* loaned each of them a null of his clothes, and would not hear of their leaving until the lvak" had APROPOS of the woman suffrage quote tion, a mntreu In - Joliet, Illinois; given "A piece oilier mind," and, as we believe In "fair play," we must "give the old lady a chance."- "I just don't believe , in these new we. men notions. I have raised alt boys; four of them vote now, and the others will soon ho old enough. Then I will Lave nix votes. Now these good-for-nothing WG. men, who have fooled their flint) away, and never raiseda single boy, Aroma around and want every wmnan to vote for herself. I don't believe In such nonsense. I hive raised by six boys, and lam going to have every ono vote for me:. Those women who go lecturing around the country, Instead of raising boys, have nu busiuess 'vote any - way. And when they nay that they are just an good as I amtind have a right to vote thentselven, If they have no boys to do no for them, it is not time. If they are ne smart an I mu, why did they not raise some boys to vote for them? you, I do not intend to be cheated out of my nit rotes by any such good-for•nothing folks. I gurus the world would come to a pretty pans in a abort time, if the women all took to gain' round lecturing on trim- 'min's rights. instead of rising boys. Om:lawn—There is a. - growing taste for organ music: and no musical household in really complete without its parlor organ BR well an its piano forte, while the com paratively low price ofl the former instru ment places it within the reach of many families who cannot afford the other. lat selectinfr an organ, whether for home or more public use, it is, of course. advisable to got the best, and that but in tropics tionably the American Organ,' manufac tured by Messrs. S. D. & tl. W. Smith, of Boston. In all that goes to make up a superior instrument—purity of tone, power, nicety of touch, promptness of ac tion, breadth of expression and musical effect, and elegance of exterior as well as interior finish-- these organs excel., In Europe, as well as in our own conntry,tbe American Organ is immensely popular. and its - superiorlty over other instruments of its class is acknowledged wherever it has been Introduced. In short, the'lilesers. Smith bare the . facilities for producing the best inotruments—and they do it. Ox the laid day of August, 1870, will take place at Ueneen, Switzerland, n con. geese of the geologists of the Alps. This body embraces theati ravante- of Switzerland, France, Italy, Germany and Austria who have wads a specialty of the geology of the Alps. Tho seseton will st three days, and then excursions will be made to tho most Interesting spots (in • geological point of view)" to the vi cinity. • FARE WE LL TO . nA V • Amung the falling The fisted ivhlee ~ing:"' - apple ( o r &Rm., ll.‘ :Si t ;Fe, Yt 'ls r Only Irisnin, we e.n win giving nun take: InvesUnii, tarrying 1... long. Thetr,:gal,l7 inl”.. Ms/ Would sorrnlr n mor r e e to lines thee tsar. gerewell, farewell t then. gentle Spring Our blessing With thee Above the withering Violets We See the opening virSe: ArNrg Snges. ,n fiery, " A Plalladelphli'llible Class. The Jenkins of. .a Philadelphia nowa• paper is responsible for tho following: Jay Cooke, the banker, the other day en. tertained his Bible class at a magnificent residence in Philadelphia, with a delight. ful jefs champetee, including manv• games, each as football, quoits: hue . ball, foot races, banana pulling, In which tempting bunches of the luscious fruit were saw 'feuded from the branch of a tree, while the nimble fellows jumped, and clim ed, and struggled good humoredly for the Prize; a grossed pole ee be , climbed or a set of valuable books:Sark races and titer forms of. fun and a th letic exercise ; A substantial dinner was rooked at great fires, built in the open air, and was din poUd of with a zest heightened by vigor one exercise and the sauce of universal contentment . : In the afternoon great sup_ plies of ire from, and cake made their appeartuice. mid were quickly disposed of. Mr. Cooke vans himself not' only the life and centre of the whole ailidr, but was evidently the ringleader in all the jollity which be had isi liberally devilled for others.-- Telegrams arriving in rapid AUCCOMIiOII.. announcing vast . financial tratoactiuns, awl sometimes requiring in stant reply, found Mr. COOkll gleefully. sending a huge football sky-high, or placing a quoit mostutp to the stake." WRITE TURRIfin TOWELS. plored Turkish Torel6,l y_r VW Turkish Towels, lored Tarklstk Towels. 'STOW Turkish Towel, olored Tartish Towels. White Turkish Toel. elored Turkish Towels. Whlle Tartish Towels. n pipite47l French nm TOOTH •ntiNA n. 617.11V5 4 KIT CRANII Dole .ad • • (WL _ .043 A, eAd Wholesale JAMES E. BURNS & CO.'S = Corner Wan end Math told W. Cla THE POPFLAR TONIC OF THE EIS2 The day has gone by when a medicine without merit could command stud retain the consdence of the World. Adeortlalng ladenl the Public to trY manic White, but in /hin shrewd and thoughtful age. words will not sott o. without uroofc.und it Is by the ere ruise of their pilvate ledgmrat , men de termine the relative, value of the various snide. recommended M their notice through the buslnees nilumus of newtpapon, LliettotterU Stomach Bit ten has. now teen tubSacted to thin seerehing deal for more Thai eighteen loan. and the result Is that it stands at the head of Ma saes of reuse. dine to which It belongs. It has alstanred and lived down liatmumnble nimpenters, and Is to-day the Standard Vegetable Tonic Of Ms weetero work]. The happy effects which hare followed Ile uso In hrs.s of drepepais, blllonsnns. minims affections, intermittent fern, and Mend and at a hmaUtuUaal lung, t.have entitled It to uni t...eat confidence. Noßilturnalvershake its ref.- tattoo, for It Is based on the India 'dual unientinrce of Venn or thousando of 'Ozone.. embracing prominent and well-krown citnens °Vinery one feasion. vent fation and clam There Is rota oltY. town or settlement MI thy Bulled Sul... when His not a medicinal staple.. No dreggiet or general dealer mink' `consider Id. ..tent complete without It. and the reform; of the intend revenue de partment bow that Ito sales extend those of any Vin7llll=WrAVZ4:=l"=gt; duringo long eerie. of years from th e use of flow tertian. Mt., have convinced the whole annum ulty that the only true way to restore uo bealttra broken down or debilitated aystum, or to put the human bed on its def“se when ru posed to un wholesome' Melamine. In tO InvlsOnste. regulate and purify it at one mud the same time. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FABER &: VAN. DOREN 367 Liberty Street:, I'ITTSTRIUUIt PA. STEAM ENGINES TRW; A,Cu WOOD VrtiILKINII. MA 011 LINTI;:ii Steam _ Pumps, Engineer s' and Machinists' Tools, STEAM FIRE ENGINES BELT LNG, Woolen Machinery, Machine Cards arManufacturers' and. 31111 Sap. pllm. A constant supply on hand and tarnished on short antler. ARDMIta mor_.terr.mr) JOIIN :STEVENSON'S SONS & CO., JEWELERS, . 93 1 .blarket street, Pittsburgh. - mess lOC/fl FROM PIPTI7.I Hare nu hand all the/mast smelt/es In Fine Joys. ell 7: can }lleac Neel. end Sliver Plete4 Warr of nen desifna snits hie Ins wending OM. Welshes of all lb. Amor/mean tonten inld end sliver roam Both Kay and Pendant Winders eon it'slra7eah aone,t,,t: well e. toll ranrt)) of the aensen.Jaool. rerressnx. and others. Wecall pert/ruler stwonon to our fselllthw for Wlnbr,eagl "'•glr,fir.T.Pthat Inzi/S.JWIS C. D. AIMS/IAL L. U. AIII , IBTHAL AINSTITAL & SON, Virginia and Louisville Tobacco agency, SEGAR S. Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco& .711 Ilttatoursb. DECORATED AN I) PLAIN Marble , and Slate MANTLES,. yam, sloam tower im . p . oz d l=toom Sant era miele: n 6otrnt larbletion= tklz :Vtri e ltirtrindVst =to eiectly el pretax Fie rrrErredeLltlntriVl7.lll:2lgP W. W. WALLACE. ELikiNT Silver - Plated Ware, AT . WATTLES & SHEA PEWS, 101 Fifth, Avenue. Tea Sete. Castois. Ica Plittere. Dem Ddtboe. Banat Higbee. Smip Pltehere. Spoon Holders. Cblldten's ..W • • .1:14, Forte. l[nlrb.ete. to Pittsburgh Utility Works. WEAVER & JONES, Corner of Juniata and Fulton Streets, Sixth Ward, Allegheny. 010. V; Donl v ti nz oar zd t ..oudi t i„ ell ... t our male of DEII AND WEAVER & JONES. _Address: Pittotorrp mYkrAl it. M McCOWAN 1 RKOWN R.ll.lll'Cowan&Co., BOULEVARD PAVERS • Pave WerraMa, Cellars,lnelde Yards, Dives, &T. A rneTED AGAINST CHANGES oruaAT 4rEriltiggrigtinienele zukt iTar lIW can. .011:1•16-71111M =I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS GREAT AT WILLIAM Nos. 180 and 182 Feder Fast Colored Calicos IMEZIEM A Splendid Article .BLACK ALPACA POPLIN. AT 1215 CFNT4 ARMITRES AND DELAINES I= AT 117 S CENT., 6-4 Table Linens I= Thloess Goods—very ere Mobuirs. • .lerepese Silks, Neck 'damsels. • Plain and Spotted Cirenadlee Gros Grain BLACK SILKS = Wholesale _ and Retai .WM. SEIIPLES I 140 and 182 Federal Street s Allegheny OLD EIOMEg . EAD ...ffio.R :SA/1.4E; OF S. iM'Clean I Deed , " AltUlled no Mb wrung. Itetwaz l ßallelohl and natty Stda I:Sturattacoa it.. lot land Hallway. n' iO l e 'l s l llt=l. l lV.Ar .g lit th* gt U ty2 l. H# '' 11 = t f lw T , TtVg , ?6 ,l 3T3ll.:l7.:;:aiV=„ll:l: l tart., (impart, . 7 It, ay.. sc. I= LOTS. At/F4u Lola ell feet front, 0nt002.30 ito ‘ 4 4 i d n7 P l4V t> " :r . lbo otavl e .r= l f. a l whir 4vr parcel. So cwt.:nen. ME CITY PROPERTY. :14Coma lot. 23 toot Lrup:4 , to ,, (lntat stre beet et, rotor " Trig, ' ,.VA about 11111% et, on utOup 1 . ‘7411" VrnltthcliinclUtu'lt toot ur r .e. e . henna lir totrable sar mum acturtnu p shun distanot lona the INV ro te. : t.nud • itatintol rultot. comer •• run stmets. below. Fire-Proof Safe. A lee. lapre.veencel..lessel Flee Proof &So, dowel 4 Ve L aneh mat te f ff l . f lien Inuire et oft ee above Ile S. - MeCLEAN k CO BANKERS. No. 57 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh THE BEST BARGAINS Ot'i-T.RED Season. This AT DI CENTS. Ladles' Heavy British Calton Storklags. AT YE CENTS. Ladles' Heavy British Colton Stockings AT EXTRA BARGAIN. AT - SPADE TOR 111441, Ladies' Super British Colter Steekiags. AT 90 CLNTS, • Meal, Heavy British Cellos Socks. Ilea's Bariinneh (Atom Seeks. Preach LADIES . AND MAN'S MERINO fiAUZE UNDERWEAR AT TIRT LOW PRICY& IDISZS, BOYS AND CIIILDILTRII COTTON STOCKINGS AT ORRATLT RRDUCED PRICINT Morgan stern & • SUCCESSOR TO MACRUM, GLYDE & CO., Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street. BUY THE GENUINE. CLARK'S " 0 T" . . SPOOL COTTON. GEO. A. CLARK SOLE .A_GENT. Sold Everywhere. 0374.3 i U. S. INTERNALsigvENn itiu.T. COLLECTOR'S NOTI(R ormare= t ar ii Mwttglztel AstraugiVmyntrat6 . r c u m ge t n z il iu r iz. p at Incomes, Clarriales, Watches, Silver Pla e, /Lc., "A" ug"loc.hen Permian t will be re ceived thereon by the Collector. on and after the FIRST DA.T Or 31 .9 1 9.1979. Than, taxat hay loft became du, mutt, be paid before the 97th day of Jens, 1910;991taralat additional anpenses will be Moncton by the tax pens. 1117111NOTON. Donuts Collector far the CountY of hireetreill. and YDWIN LYON. lee. Deputy Collector for the county of Duller, will he, reedy to motive after - the let of lune. for their respective oiaattes. and wad . poet notices designs , . tins the time and Nemo when Ban where they yid be prepariPl bMelte the bun eolleatable by th ee , Tens_ peld Oy in greenbacks or national valency. Moe bona nl from 9A. M. to 31% W. JOHN M. SULLIVAN, EMIEII COLLECTOR. - • NOTICE.—The Botiks for the Rub. BrIIIPTION of Roc* of the • Crystal .Spring Ice Manufacturing • and Storage Company, opened it the tdeebehlee. Seeing Rauh. No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREW This Compeny ts ehinod by the Laietature of Penesnyeela , sae has • exclusive mof Manufacturing lee to the my of All en), by carnrs dieters:ad Frew& Patent. . JAMM BLACIEW.ORE. PnlsidOrA_ ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL, ED. BARKER, Proprietor, Car. Peno S. god lltb , formerly old Chink -. -:~.a, 4 , ;;~~ NEW)JLDVEItTISEMEENTS TRACTIONs SEMPLE'S, al Street, Allegheny City, Daily Arrivals of the Latest Novelties in RATS AND. BONNETS; Ribbons and Flowers Parasols and Snn Umbrellas LA CE C.A TT'ES Summer Shawls. IZTE=! Ladies' and °vita' Fancy Bow. I= Embroidered LILICLI Set. I= CASSEMERIPAS Cottonades and Linen 'Drills, A LARGE AND COMPLETE. KTOCK.I Wholesale and Retail, WE SEMPISS, 180 and 182 Federal filreet,Alleghe BLACK SILKS! BLACK SILKS From, $1.25. Thin Dress Goods Thin Dress Goods From 20 Cents BELL & MOORHOUSE 21 Fifth Aveeue. MU HORNE & CVS Hosiery ! Gloves ! I=l Prices Unknown Since 1861 . ALILIANDRIrS YIL CLOP -. full assolt. at 91.73. coußvionsiEws atm .t LONG TOP rum thole. nhadea. at *S.OO - BADE BRITISH HOSE, 11.. ySS • Ma. PLAN AND 'RIBBED OOTTON ROM 10 aruta •nd ay. DOILINITIC COTTON HOlitgltr. by awl or flu.. .011:XTS* BUPZR STOUT LUIS 1/061b 25 • at. awns. 817PIM Firm max Ewen. sts eria. Also splondlo asooltmoatg WOW, BLAB mod BOW RIBBONA, Lo DIRT BARBI - BOWS. Large Additions to Stock unt arrlTlng, to wbleti we Invite tbeetteziket of ilrtioletsle end Betelfeesh Items. 77 AND 79 MARKET STREET. A On a Pat with Gold! WE NOW OFFER • Our New Stock DRY -GOODS NOTIONS EASTERN PRICES BUTKRS ARE INVITED TO Examfneour Goods & Prides. A RBUTHNOT f . SHANNON &CO No:115 Wood street. "HILL &TADAITI'S SEWER PIPE CO," 65 and 67 Sandusky SL, Allegheny. C. G. MOMILLEN, Agent STONE WATER PIPES, Chimney Tops, HOT AIR & CHIMNEY FLUES, Brt. A largo and full assortasonf trultantly on hand. RFNRY H.. COLLINS, 135 sat XD AVNNIIN. WHEELER'S Patent Stamp Cancelers. EDWIN' STEVENS, No. 41 S. Third Street, PFULADIELPHIA. Cenral Agent for State of Pantylnnis. 81"& e. av 4,13 All anion WI be Vied ihros,th this oak. *wilds To Oil Capitalists. The BRADY'S MID IRON COMPANY will WI Undo of lend. fee Wine Inol;Kee,. in near et. ohi,y, to the ae~ Sarrin(n ll on Armstrong Ran. rum 'Oil also SELL LOTS oo lb. book of the Al. eithenr River. near the nee yen. convenient for trading ann.• • W. D. SLACK. Seperies.....L MI4DTIIIIIINo, lOW fOW. IHYO . saylEtten r>:`Y ? ''_'u 'y+ , a"«?,..,n. ..~,1;.P;`.c , . , ~ wya cmi..sJ.v Ya •:._,. r Jw-..iti^ 40...7. 1 .xa ~ _,— `~.E~.Yra.s.'.,. NEW 4 )VOEt.3•I3I3MMTS MIMMI HAI 11E,DfiER Theyymateet Laor naeei ilme saver of all har `''''W.lunelories. The labor of twenty men muc b,y, robe an nod a home. If, wing the Tea s." "`*i. . d.oeuned with. and the farmer se .tabled cure aU the gra. be may are et to cut - and get It torn tun barn on the same day. TESTIMONIALS • SPett arri,Weitinoreland Co., Pa. Haft?. EAt l •ar We uied The American dder. at our meadows las tharreet.. and-would not undertake to elate hay aaultx out ono. Clover and ttutothy cut t o the forenoon nen be put Into the burn or •taek In good order to the afternoon of .one day by ulna the.Tedder. Very rPrturt.ttnUl. • D. N. !WI:WART. We also toter t011...M. !WEER. liellesernon. Pa. WILLIAM ouv Ka. Port Parry. Pa., and (Abe *tin bought alwaltivi twos as last season. W. W. KNOX, . General Agent for Pennsylvania .R 0 G-E RS Cultivator&ShovelPlow Without doubt the best implement of its class yet 1.011 led; The frame Is of iron and Indestructi ble. It will work in any soil without elogipar. It run be set to aultirato any width between rows. The shovels ran be set to throw the dirt Inwardly or outwardly to any depth. WELCOME HAY RAKE Dealers and Farman supplied at maims' pekva.o /Etna• Mower and Reaper. The new double motion machine, powassetnif more practioal. won.lertol Imm . ..went& than anY machine in the markol, Farmers should not fall to S. It before buying any other kinds. Excelsior Reaper and Mower. The welt established end cwlebrated °literati dropper. DODGE'S Self-Rake, Reaper & Mower • THE WORLD REAPER AND MOWER, REVOLVING BAKES. SCYTHES: CRADLES. HAND RAKES, MAILS. et.: sic. . The Most Complete Assortment of Hie vesting GoodA is the Slate Rend f , d . llllndrated and demeriptiva ratalngun of rare and Ganlan T..01a and Mae!dn.'''. W. W. KNOX; 137 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa mysd.xl.4lal, pisf - ir 73 Vcll4 BAILEYO 4CHESTNUT BT, P RILADELpiiII‘• pekreCGtOrt The reputation and experi ence of 40 years, warrant us in saying that our stock of Pine Timekeepers of the best Euro pean and American Makers is now the largest in the coun try; and we guarantee that each Watch we sell, is finished with great mechanical precision, has all the late improvements, and will run regularly, well, and give satisfaction. Inquiries prompUy repilied to. Wattles forwarded la Caress far npro►a]. JOHN Q. WORKMAN 111. RICHARD DAVID WORKMAN & DAVIS Successors to WORIMLY. MOORE 2 CO.. aunt! faiivren .d Dealer to • Carriages, Buggies, SPRING & BUCK WAGONS, 42, 41. 4fi and 4e Beaver St., Allegheny. I ;l l .l . l.nilrntM79=ll. suLE ASSN .7rulhe New Revert 'Zia Pirirnit et ARVIN'S PATENT W s txt Patent Quick Shifter end An -meitter RIFIARD DAY'S rine purchased the Is otJLOQ Vol2i I.lt= M wW ttfis." 4 2= rottelted. • . H. Lite with Cit.hatts',Natiottal Dank. bar e . 200 .1111'.IC e.14171 . s 5 VILLE • 111 r. Pww. vorui.bi EarAi 141 Flat ...now COAL AND ocgrx._, ITORGAY CO., MANUPACTIMUSR9 Or C NNELLSY TLLE COKE, 411 their Blau. Broad Ford. P. &C. B. R. Office, 142 WATER STREET, NMI. TO ALL POINT 4 BY RAILROAD, .4nli Deliver in the City. PEARL COAL. Walker, „i„, avalm i talralr AL. COAL•Nur COAL & SLACK, PIPTSBUTIMI. PA. it =l....9) , Aj i. WORKS. my Pittsburgh, on Ma °Mee and Yard: Corner Sandusky St. and West Penn R. R., rsc'ar - FIC4. MANUFACTURERS or CONNELISVILLE COKE, DEALERS IN Youghiogheny _and 'Anthracite Coal PITTSBURGH. PA. OFFICE :.ROOM No. b, Gazette EaHdlg. .I!!".S.o.d!.re_mte COAL! COAL! YOUGHIOGHENY GAS COAL Thla c0.p..17 on rum .prsoarod to fornlrh the heat Caal of, 7M or quanta,. AT FAIR RAT E& Moo and nod sdiolothe the Counollsrille Han road Moot. Toot of 317.titreet, Pltuburdti. Orders addromod to either Ulm. Wert Newton, P., or to Yard, .111 be promptly attended t. x. r. amour, %emu,. • • Charles H. Arthstrong, r DEALER IN Youghiogheny and Connellsvllle And Manulicturor of GOAL. SLACK AND tirSULPIIMILZXD 00 KZ. .InaCt ., = Le d a& Corr Da&ter=Yraton l eirt e w 4 41 . W s , =r,r* d Orden Attr=bl4,lll'47.MMAr... toprympt I.. - w Ni co., Wm AWL mra.,, , v5... 2 0 6 Michell. tharenson Co I Dtuffil Ilotitnn " kreff... NoToe l t i nintif w 3(jusar Co. J. B. X: g 3., James MarsW) Aleff et. Co.. union Depot flow. u .111 . 11 . 11. D. sf finals B. ft, Afifthll.7 COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! DICKSON, STEWART & CO., TtaTiajt ...nomad' their 011 ea to No. .567. Liberpy Street. Vra , telY Cliy Flom PIM) SICCOND littXat. OLNkrOirlAn. at Aritrdera or addymmod Masa throttib Lae =U. oo attamOad to promptly. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &o CARPETS. SPRING STOCK. Fine, Medium and Common CdRPETS. - Oar Stoek Is the hrgest we have ever offered to the trade. Bovard, Rose & Co., 21 FIFTH AVENUE. !DYII, April Ist, 1870. SPECIE PAYMENT ReBumed ! mob From costomo thla a dorrt be mma toll rs. M'Farland &CoHills CARPET STORE; 71 and 73 Fifth Ave. Lr OV We. are knrnt Ip MA market. CARPETS. New Rooms! New Goods! NEW PRICES ! are Vi t ,,VP.a.d nr;.that of oar NOW = RPE TS Ever Offered in this Market. LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861 OLIVER McCLINTOCK & CO, 23 Fifth Avenue NEW CARPETS. Reduction in Prices TO CORRESPOND WITH WHOLESALE RATES McCallum Bros., No. 51 FIFTH AVENTTE AZOVE WOOD /STREW. ITPHOLSTERERS. Matatfactauo<SPßlMl. HAIR "Ixl MISK MATTRII3BII3, Feather Motors ana Churoh Cositio., Comic* Mout4lngs sad ..17 U4s of uphoistenr volt. moo. Malan ln laito+ Shades, Mar. On. awl White Itollands. Cans, 7aseel44 Partlealar att•ittiop b rtmitdukk. lag 16, - ahmuallogathet bimbh4. • aiterteg end May. tog osneta. Os, mode of Amass tarps Is the o&, bar lo lOW% lob csabma sassra4 tludtbs caws ant onf4 obb th• lood. ilbobbodi fsos4 from sti boat ind Sends. The pdos for assabog los boss Brolly lednalod. Oar CUMIN win all for ILIA Liman goods fres of chub. toßEirs, NICHOLSON k THOIONON, CrplioWerra sod Proprietor. of Slam Cupet Bating Eitahfishmeal, N0..127 WOOD STREET, Inl47anl Now DVSIi A reone. Pl.44bonin;Pa. CARPET CHAIN Of all Colors, ON HAND AND TOR BALD - AT ANCHOR ; COTTON MILLS, All6ghen'y City. GLASS, QUEENSISTAILE Quo. pp;icigif !Xi) ;44 >I 8, QUEENSWARE, = 4: 1 China and • Glaaisi 811.VNIt PLATRD GODDNDiNNIAZ „r 4 i • AND TICA SETA TNA MATS I=! I vl.n.ramtuwasti, arc =I E. BREED & , CO:, %vow- REYNOLDS STEEN I 124 Wood Street FRENCH, CHINA, PINE CUT . BUSS AND Queensware. ESTABLISHED 1828. array Illaerr...ALMICItT 1[141111%;110111T. L. MR?' 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