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THE DAILY GAZETTE
Of Plttabnrgb, Allegheny City_ and
(Loner of 11611. AVC.III6 oal likeithieN 1114meL
SATURDAY. JUNIE.II, 1870.
PE77IOILIT3/ at Antwerp,
BONDS at Frankfort, 9414895 i.
oot.1) cloned in Now. York yeaterday
at 1184118 f.
THE FREEDOM OF-THE RIVERS.
We regretted to learn yesterday that
only thirteen Senators meld be found to
favor an early decision upon the very
reasonable requeets which, In the Interest
of a free navigation 'of the Ohio river,
have been so often of late and so urgent
ly addressed to Congress. The refusal of
the Senate to Make the, pending bill a
special order, wee tantamount to shelving
the whole matter f‘ir the present session.
The pending bill, a copy of which as
amended le before us, requires, by section
1, all bridges over the Ohio, heretofore or
heieafter erected or in process' of erection,
to be mule with continuous! spans, the
main low-water. channel . span to be not
less than ninety. feet above -low water
mark,or less than forty feet 'above high.
water mark. measuring to the bottom
chord of the bridge, and to leave at least
four hundred feet of unobstructed passage
way for navigation at all stages. rower
Is, however, given to the Secretary of
War, to determine in each cue the, width
adequate to the wants of navigation. It
la also provided that,"where bridgee have
been built or partly built, before the me
rge of this Act In good faith, in perm
&nee of the Act of July 14th, 'CM, or of any
other Act, the government will indemnify
the owners of the same for the cost of
making said bridgea conform to the re
quirements of this Act;" the coat to. be
estimated by a board of IL S. Eligineers,
and to Include the $30,000 paid by the
oral interest of this city to the B. & 0.
It. R. Company, for the widening of one
span of the Parkersburg bridge, beyond
the width fixed by the Act of '62. .
The second section require. bridges to
be located at right 'angled with the dime.
Ron of the current at the chosen point,
and so that the same line of current ahall
be prose fora distance of 1.000 feet
above and feet below the bridge, and
the width f the main channel-way not
to be'rert Med by rip-rap accumulations
above the eof the , piera..
The section reqUires that, as n
preliminary to the construction of any
. bridge over the Ohio. • river, the design
of the structure and of Its pieta, with
a map of the location, giving the, to:
pographY of the . river and tanks for one
mile on each side above and below, shall be
submitted to the Secretary of War, wham '
approval of the same ghat be a pre-re,
quisite to any progress in the actual con
. structioo: ' .
The fourth section protects navigation
from any Injurious interruption during
the progress of construction:
. The fifth section makes the cinctures
erected In compliance with the Act law- I
fel poet-routes, &c.
The - sixth section expressly reserves the
right to alter or amend the Act "ea as to
prevent or remove all, :19iteriti•ObIltrUC ,
ninon to the navigation of the river by the 1
tonstrustioti Of bridgei."
. - This is the very simple and equitable
measure, protecting the interests of ail
Parties to the controversy, for which
only thirteen Senetom were prepared to
vote the otherday. The two from Penn
sylvania placed th emselves right upon
that record, and we have to thank Mr.
Morton and Mr. Drake for their cordial
" support. Bat the Senate was clearly
: against any interference with railway
Dandifies, legal or . illegal, whether I
claimed or actually exercised, and the
popular cause of free navigation went
again to the wall, where, we fear, it will
' remain until another winter. if not
. ..longer. I '
- A Senator from West Virginia. Mr. Soie
' maxi, In his needless zest for corporate in
terests which are flagrantly. In , conflict
with those of his own constituents In the
• regions drained by the navigable waters
' of the Monongahela, Kanawha and Sandy
' rivers, proposed to flank the popular
Movement which support, this bill by a
raid upon the existing bridges over the
. . Monongahela, requiring thelr'inspection
: and alteration so as to conform to the oth-
t' l er provisions of the bill within one year
from date. The Senator may have '
••:. been so puerile as to suppose that
he was thereby to do an 11l turn to the
... . Pittsburgh interests which a r e leading
:..1 the present movement againit - that corp:.,
4 ration which findshim always its ready
I - and not over ecnipulons champion. lie
' • could not really have pleased us better
. than he did. At a nieetingof our Coal Ex
cluinge;held yesterday , it waslmanimous.•
i ' ly agreed that the amendment should bq
accepted and it was' directed that the fob-
lowing dispatch'should -be sent , to the
, Capital :
PITIBDUROH, June 10,18'70.
John Scott. &nate, Washington
There is no objection to Senator Bore.
man's proposer) amendment in relation to
the Monongahela bridges. The coal men
here and allwholuvigate the river are
reed to and accept it. that it may occa.
n no contention to impede the passage
of the bill, JosErn WALTON.
—Il the bill should,by a forttumte atcl
eidant, again come under consideration at
this session, we shall be able to Judge of
Mr. Boreman's sincerity in proposing that
condition. In "any event now probable,
we unit that the agitation of the, import
ant question now at issue may be Mettlnur
id and increased. until the rights of the
people of all tide great valley and its navi
gable tribute:l'lol'2l)&ll secure the just pro
tection to which nature and. the Constink
lion entitle them. • •
We an think of no public man wham
daub would cause such universal =urn.
log as Charles Dickens. From the time
when the first number of the Pickwick
Papas appeared until the present, he has
Men the most popular of all writer/ •of
fiction; his works have found their way
into almoirt every dwelling, and high and
low havei•langlied and wept over his crem
tumid in they have done over `no others.
He was the great magician of the age,
and, with his pen for a wand, he has pro• .
dated more wonderful • creations, has ds.
plated Agutter numb!, of Ammeters,
and Mai achieved a more universal popn
hutty, than any other man that ever lived.
and today England contains no more earn-
M mourners for his irreparable lose than
ars to be frmndby thonaande incur). land,
speaking every tongue in Christendom.
Other noiellste have depicted characteri
'• which have become, perhaps, as famous,
but there have been none who could
bout of as many who had 'become as fa
miller as household words. A recent plc
: • tore repnmented Sim Weller pointing out
to Mr: Pickwick the' mighty. throng of
perk children of the m a ma : great father
who had come - after the burley president
of the Pickwick. Club. Their number
.was startling, and yet every one was
eagerly recognized and greeted as an sid
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friend, and they all had been imagined
out of nothing by - thiS great genial.
Unlike moat other novelists, he crentsd
bit school as well as him clumutters, and
style, and kept 'it the same and with ever
Increasing - popularity througLout the dura.
has written. Before hiru.Scott had reached
the heights of literary lame. hail had
there defied all ;-but his novels
were hbitorind or local, while those of
Dlckena - are universal, for he seized upon
human nature a be found It, and mould
ed creatures from the rough, and for this
reason he has so often been called a greet
___lcaturist, preeentbig so ',vividly the
pscullaritlea and prominencies of human
ity that the common-place became vriard
or picturesque, and even the ugly and
deformed were often quaint and Ti
dicniona ; • and thin it was . which
won for him so many friends. People
raw mtu and things with which they were
perfectly familiar presented in such novel
and fanciful lights that they were charm
ed in Spite of themselves.--and waited
eagerly for each new book to see what
common things would next be made
precious in their eyes. And en men have
cried over the sorrows of Little Nell and
Paul Dombey and Florence and Smiko,
have laughed at the Wellers and Micawber
anti Dick Swiveler,have shuddered at tire
atmcities of Sties and Squeers and eaulp,
and have kindly recognized their friend.
in the Veneere and Trotwoods whirl.
kept coming, ever fresh and ever
faithful for so long that they never seemed
to think thattsome day the spring might
cease to How and the stream dry up_and
the great lake of sparkling wit and poitios
be left to last forever without any fresh
accessions. Until now, like a thunderholt
falling from a clear sky comes the and,
sad news that the spirit which has Shed
so much brightness upon earth has 'lied,
that the monarch who has reigned so long
has abdicated, and that the last stone of
the Immortal literary monument of Charles
Dickens mum be placed unfinished as it is
upon the lofty summit.
_ . _
He was born on the 7th of February,
1812; the son of ► man of no renown—a
naval paymaster's clerk and a newspaper
reporter, and was destined for the legal pro.
feaston, to which he was apprenticed until
he gained that knowledge which he after
wards used as such a terrible weapon in
hie auccesaful battles with the absurdities 1
and wrongs of English law. His sketches
of .London 11W and character attracted
much attention on account of their origi•
nalliy and induced Chapman and. Hall, the
publishers, to engage him to write a
Monthly Serial, the Plekvrick Papers,
which attained a popularity so sudden and
lasting that no, parallel can be foand in
the literature of the world. This work
was completed in 1837, sneerer since the
author has been the most - popular living
writer. The list of his works and the
date of their publication is as follows
Oliver Twist, 1838 ; Nicholas Nickslby.
1833; Master Humphrey's Clock, 1840 and
1841; American Notes, 1842; Christmas
Carol, 1843; Martin Chaulevrit, 1844.; Pic
tures in Italy;1848; Dombey and Son, 1847
and 1348; David Copperfield. 1850; Child's
History of England, 1852; Bleak House.
1853; Hard Times, 1854; Little Dorritt,
1857; Our Mutual :Friend, 1888. Besides
these there are Great Expectations, Mem
oirs of 'Joseph Grimaldi and numerous
I ,Christmas stories, the, exact date of the
publication of which we cannot recall.
As a satirist Thackeray was his .supe
rior and as a delineator of Character his
equal, but his style was not nearly so popu
lar. As a reformer and ounbatter of deep
rooted evils Charles Reads was his only
"rival. But takhig him all in all, \we neer
shall see his like again. .
.We have not before nut any report of
the debate upon the naturalization bill. in
the llonse on Thursdayl, to explain the
reasons which induced a decided majority
of the members to send the bill to the ta
ble. The siity.two negative votes were
all Republicans, the yeas includilair the en
tire opposition strenglb,and an eqUal num
ber of the Republiciaw. We are driven,
therefore, at this writing, to find that ex
planation in the details of the bill itself,
which many of our friends have found so
replete with objections as to justify them
in defeating the present measure, even at
the probable rest of the whole question
being thrown out for the session.
The bill proposed to shorten the period
of residence, previous to full citizenship
by natundization, from its present term of
five years to three years 11104 a half, the
six months to intervene between the act of
the Court and the first eierchZe of the
electdril right. Since the five years re
quirements Is already quite short enough
to acquaint the immigrant with the laws.
and political Institutlois as, often, with the
- very language of the country. it is mani
fest that the proposed change was itself
quite enough to justify the defeat of the
bill. Again the bill failed to meet
another condition of 'which the country
has an Invidious experience, in the abuse,
at present, by the State courts, of the
naturalizing function invested In thew;
tribunals by the old law. -That :auction
should be wholly confined to the Federal
bourts, which alone should execute the
duty of oonfening citizenship of the
whole Republic upon the alien-born. On
this head,t he Republican peas of the coun
try have* been heretofore unanimous In
their expreision of the public 'sentiment.
Yet the proposition now defeated was to
take sway the abused function from the .
State Courts, only in those counties where
at least two terms of the Federal Court are
net held in the year. This would ex.
chide, for example, but five or six coon.
ties in Penney's - Julia, inning the field open
as now, in all the rest, for the unchecked
continuance of the stems which would
he at once transferred thither by that
party which was ever active as the en.
gineer of naturalization frauds. :
Hero were two objections, either of them
of fatal strength, which explain and
Justify the Republican vote against the re.
cant proposition. It was evidently the
opinion of such members that the existing
system, If touched at all, should be radi
cally changed and corrected. We cordial
ly agree with theta.
"The stalwart strides of Vanderbilts*
threatening to cut off the western connec•
tions of the penasylvania Central" seem,
to a Chicago jonrnal, to he marching
straight to a sure triumph to the railway
theatre of the Neat. Perhaps unto may
be so—but we shall venture to doubt the
implied fact. The Pennsylvantia miner,
tions are slreadY cousolidated perfectly in
an unbroken line to Omaha. ?Tor have
we any reason to believe that the Onion
Pacific Road is in the slightest danger of
succumbing to the interests or personal
influence of even the gigantic monopolist
whose praises are' sting by the. Chicago
Press. If, however, Mr. Vanderbilt should
succeed in commanding the control of that
Pacific line--a contingency the most im
probable, looking at all points of the sit
notion, ,of any in current railway opera
tions—it is wellto rememberthat we shall
very 150 On have two other main anapleted
across the continent, one of which,. the
Northern, in already in the Pennsylvania
interest throughout, while the Southern
route scarcely presents an opening for
any pretense of competition by the Van.
derbilt lines. , ,
At Chicago, as well as at Otnaha, the
New York and Penntylvanta truuk•lluee
meet upon an equal footing. Each of
them, by absorption in more or less direct
wa.Ya , l, able to present to-day a s eparate
and independent connection with the sea
board—but a connection in which the A -
vantage of distance. actual and equated,
la admitted to Le on the Pennsylvania
aide. From Chicago to the :Nlississippi,
and-thence westward to Omaha, this Cen
tral route hiinTo-ag since acquired nt least
equal And indefeasible privilege,
What uonSense It in. then, for journals
in the Vanderbilt interest to Insist that
thetime ca n ever come when "the Penn.
nia Central crould.lse left without
valuable feeder west of Pittsburgh !" It
would be charitable to Impute such loose
statements to the Ignorance of writers.
rather than to motives of a less ingenuous
type. Mr. Vanderbilt is certainly a man
of great executive ability—but he needs
it all to maintain the contest with the
Pennsylvania Central intermit in which,
an far, he has done well if the special in.
terests of his lines have held barely their
The Provincial Synod of the Moravian
Church assembled at the old, city of York,
Penna., Wednesday week. The Synod
was opened With a sermon by Rev. Mr.-
Kluge, of Lite, Pa. The delegates pres
ens numbered nearly one hundred. • The
pniceedinge were opened by Rev. Robert
de Schweinite, President of the Elders'
Conference, who, after the neualdevotion
al exercises. delivered an address, atm:
which, Bishop Bigler was alerted Presi
dent!. From the report of the Provincial
Elders' Conference for the triennial peri
od, 1987 to 1870. we learn some interest
leg items: it represents the necessity of
the ministers being conversant' with the
Gennanjanguage, as only one fifth of the
churches are exclusively English, and also.
only one-fifth of the churches, too, are
exclusively German. The Home Missions
are reputed to be in a nourishing condi
tion. Greater liberality has existed
among the people, in sustaining the
Church during the past triennial, than
ever before. Seven churches were conse
crated during the year 1889. Statistics of
the Moravian', Including Germany and
Great Britain, show the following: Com
municant', 14,871. Thin does not include
mission_ fields. of which there are 8.8. with
810 European missionaries, 300 school
teachers, 70,721 communicants, 20,000 day
scholars, and 19,000 Sunday -scholars,
Considerable time waridevoted tn perfect
ing the - Liturgy of the Church, finally the
Committee In charge of the matter were
continued and directed to revise, and also
prepare a new English hymn-book. 'Much
of the foregoing we are indebted to the
courtesies of Dr. Brashear, of this city.
The sixty.fourth annualmeetlng of the
General Synod of the Reformed (Dutch)
Church in America, convened at Newark,
New Jersey, Wednesday. the Ist inst.
After the roll of delegates was perfected
the following officers were elected Pres
ident, Rev. A. G. Vermliie, D. D.; Ades.
sot., Rev. E. W. Flentley: Cleiks, Rev. T.
W. Wells and J. L. Amerman. is the
evening Rev. Dr. Stitt, President of the
last Synod, delivered the usual 'Synodical
sermon. Thursday the usual Standing
Committees were appointed, and reports
of Boards were presented. read end appro
priately referred. The report of the
Board of Foreign Missions showed encour
aging results, considering the em
ployed. The only drawback, the tame
difficulty which exists in all the Churches.,
the cause is not as liberally sustained as it
deserves. Considerable time was devoted
the remainder of the week in the djscus.
don of the claims of the Boards, and ad
dresses of fraternal delegates from other
Bodies and responses to the same.
According to the Philadelphia' corres.
pendent of the Methodist, the clerical
fortv, Itinerant sud local, In that city. ..f
the Methodist Episcopal Church. number
09 hundred and eighty eight.
At a meetiiii of Methodist laymen, at
Columbus, Indiana, a paper was a adopted
setting forth the duties of /11)111..11 to the
Church and to tiod and man, that it i+
their duty to tender 'unto the Lord the
teethe( their entire yearly income from
this time forth, and that the Ministers of
the Conference should thoroughly educate
the people under their charge to adopt
Rev. F. Ohlinger, pastor of the lien:tan
Methodist Episcopal • church on Ross
street. in this city, has, offered himself to
the .Illssionary Board of that (!litarch for
the mission wet+. in China, and has been
accepted. He leaves for San Francisco
the latter part of August to nil from that
port September Ist. This young and tat !
ented minister will be a valueble acquisi.
lion to the China Mission. The official
board of Ross street have adopted strong
words of commendation for his efficient
serviette in their church.
The telegraphic reports of the lite re
united Presbyterian General Assembly at
Philadelphia, very clearly' indicated that
the work of adjusting the Church nut.
chinery was accomplished rith . harmont
one action and-brotherly affection.
senior editor of the Presbyterian Rootlet . ,
who was present at its sittings, represents
that the meeting wan not only har
monious, but a working body. and that
the work of reconstruction was perfected
in the spirit of enlightened Christian meg.
The Pittsburgh Synod -of Pittsburgh,
as defined by the recent 'General Assent
*, will meet in the:First church of this
city. Thursday, the 23.1 July, the Rev,
Dr. John Stockton to preside and preach
the Sermon. Rev. Dr. James Alexander
Bishop Simpson and wife sailed for E,
rope Wednesday last. He is to preside
over the Conference of Germany and
Switzerland, which meets at Carlsralte,
June 23d. It is possible that the Bishop
may accompany Rev. Dr. Foster, frater
nal delegate to the Wesleyan Conference
which meets in England to July. In the
Episcopal Plan, for the Summer and Fall,
to meet Conferences, the Bishop let O-pr
eside over the East Genesee Conferenctt,
whose session occurs at Elmyra, New
York, the tweatylourth of August. His
absence from this -country therefore will
not extend over two months.
At the recent session of the American
Unitarian Association at Roston, a propo.
sition to adopt a creed of confession of
faith was rejected. -Rev. Mr. Collyer, of - ,
Chicago, and Rev. Mr. Hepworth, of New
York, favored the measure, the former ur
ging-- it because the , West wanted a writ.
ten expreetion of faith. Dr. Bellows!, and
others opposed the projecteclating they ,
would nof'confirm their faith to any writ-
ten creed, as they desir Unitarians to
be free from all restraint from doctrinal
statements. • . ''
The General Convent' II of the New
Jerusalem Church, Swed cborgians, will
meet at Phihulelphin.jun 17. .
Bishop Bedell, of the iscopal Diocese
of Ohio, preached a sermon in Granville,
latelT•en the text: "Wherefore, seeing
we also are compassed about with, so
great a cloud of witnesses, let -tut lay
aside every weight, and the ein which
duth on easily beset us." In the sermon,
says the Cinch:twat Coni 4) C 7.l;ra, he showed
that our national game of BR,. Ball, In
many, respects, more perfectly illustrates
the Christiamwarfare than the Isthmian
games alluded to in the text.
• Ti:.:; First Congregational church of Chi.
sago have just dedicated its new edifice.
The building Is of great size and beauty,
and thepews are much lower than the
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other city hurchea, limy of theta being
at: a mere nominal rent, to accommodate
those in the litnybleat circumstances. The
Advance Pays not a few of the members
were very earnest:to make all the seats
free. and support worship by weekly
.• It , reelltaUllfilly triellrd that n minister
has breti pasta• of one congregation half
a century, bat it is a very rare thing for a
deacon to hold office that length of time.
Thr Couregotionalilt reports an instance,
Wllliam.C.•Snow having been deacon 'of
Benellrilirit church, Providence. Rhode
Island. fifty years. Itis riend9 presented
hint au elegant present.
The editor of the National Bapag, re
ferring, to his visit to . the late Southern
Baptist Convention, says "we were early
mused from our meditations by the in
recurrence of slortx and sharp
spirts of tobacco juice all over the house—
like the lining of miniature musketry.
The explanation, we soon diecovered, was
in the fact that we were in the rdidst of .a
company of tobacco chewers, and that,
without thought of Irreverence r r unclean.
liness, they were, each for himself, tiring
their saliva and their ' quids' under the
seats in front of them."
It is thought that'ArebbishopKendrick,
of St. Louis, In the only American prelate
whb will leave the Romish Council if in
fallibility of the Pope is declared.
Many of our renders will regret to hear'
Oda the venerable Bishop 'Filold, of In,
diann. formerly the honored) Rector of
Trinity Episcopal church of this city. is
in very feeble health,and it is 'eared thud
he will live but a little time 14nger. For
years ho has been confined to his boils°
in In lanapolis by severe physical
alilirti n. '
The ...qa ril, orgw4 of the Christian
•luircli, is 'opium.' to instrumental music
n reltgioaa worship, regarding it in con
lict with the simplicity .of praise, which
b th l delight and inspiration of the
The'Reduced Iron Duty
_Upon the new tariff and tax bill of the
House, the Philadelphia North Amer run
At the ther.o prospect of reduced duties
on iron, The Welsh iron mills have all
started up In full blast, and large quanti
ties of iron are, accumulatidg there for
seipment to the United States. Bence, If
this reduced duty becomes a law, the int
portal ion of foreign iron, must, in the na
ture of things, be very largely increased..
It is true that the demand for iron is su
great. and the building of thr railways is
going on upon so prodigious a scale, that
out jironmastera are sure of a market.
But the e ff ect of any sorb reduction of
dot 'lllll6l of course be put to a atop to in.
vestments of capital In the erection of new
Our Pennsylvania ironmasters are not
begging Congress for anything that We
know of. They think that a nation ought
to prefer to encourage Its own industry
rather than that of foreign nations. They
think that they have rendered enough eer
y-ice-to the republic din the past. both in
paece and war, to entitle their Interests to
some consideration over the British iron
i interests that mainly kept alive the rebel.
lion. Having survived through the dreary
periods of. Democratic , free.trade rule, our
people can get along tinder any tariff that
any other community in America can. If
import duty on iron he reduced, the ClPC
lion of new iron mills in the interior will
stop. but Pennsylvania will go on. Our
Iron will remain the main reliance of the
republic. We are sure of our market,
and we have the fuel as well an the ore at
our doors in exhaustless quantities. Iron
shipbuilding Will 'flourish on the Delaware
and the Allegheny whether it tiourishee
elsewhere in America or not. Our rolling
mills have good demand for all the rails
they can make, and our metal works con
sume enormous quantities of raw iron.
', are well aware that this blow has
been aimisl et usaltine. But it will strike
otheni more severely than Pennsylvania,'
and as for oar gond old State: site will
not sit down and cry over the : matter,
She will stick to her Iron, and work .away
as industriously as ever, though It will he
difficult to realize much profit on the huge
sumo required in this - Industry In the
shape of capital. If the prethium on gold
were higher, the proposed iron duty
would be protective To n reaniumble extnt.
hut. With t h e prvtglittin ruling Ti low as
at present; the foreign ctimpetitien would
he severely felt. Our ironmaster cannot
be reproached with stopping work in or
der to affect Congress. Phew go on the
Milne an ever -slot pnireixeil to tin to under
am :circumstances. for chew well know
that at an) eenant ifin of work here sufficient
to Influence the market, the foreign iron
in to fill th demand
iron manufacturers of porn. - other States
than our own have looked after their in
terests properly, and • give tone to their
eungreaslonal iielegatlone, as in the CAPP*
of New Jersey and Michigan. But there
are other States. like Indiana Illinois and
Mb...burl, where the iron interest to
have abandoned politics to the free traders
if we ran judtpt icy the votes in Congress.
If these people now ender, titer must
blame thetnselves as much an others.
Tilt: examination of the midshipmen at
the Naval Academy . and else the final en.
:indention of the gradusiting class. ban.
after more than two weeks' hard labor
for the Board and the middies reached its
end. A more than 1001111 number from the
lower classes will be recommendorl 10 be
dropped from the lint. ou account of not
having natinfactorlly sustained the test
required for their promotion. Owing to
the fact of the great warping of naval WTI
' cern at thin date, the Department has de
termined that the cadet. shall only 1s•
chosen from the moat meritorious: and.
in order to natinlv thin degree of merit
and proficiency which they are ,NpPetrd
to ehow, the young middies have to be es.
ceedingly zenioun anti atones[ unwanona
bly accurate in these etarninntions. or
they will be attained to resign. Of the
first clam, whom , qualification depends
upon the averci,e of their deportment,
during the entire four yearn of their pu
pilage, not a single nue ban fallen below
the standard. hut, on the contrary.• a re
markable fact which is without a preen
dent in the annals of the Academy, every
member passed. and each received him di
ploma. On account of the great scarcity
of st amen -in the navy, Secretary Robe.
son' has been compelled to curtail the
partite squadron thin - year, and instead of
three, the usual number of camels going
out with the midshipmen, hut- one, the
Savannah will make n cruise.' The mid•
shlpmen not going on the cruise will prob.
Lably receive leave of absence until Sep.
teuilter or October. •
TETE Washington correspondent for tl.
Chicago Tribune wrltes: Amongst the }Alt.
cal movements on foot to anticipate the
Presidential campaign of 1872. is one set
op for the Workingmen's pending National
Convention by the Democrats, to nominate
John W. Geary, of- Pennsylvania. It is
alleged that Geary has not positively com
mitted himself to any vital issues, and
that he has strength in his State which
politicians cannot take from him, I ap
prehend that title in an unfounded pre-1
sumption, like every presumption of the
so-called labor party, a party which pre
ordains its members never to rise above
their condition, and, therefore, can never
be an Ainerican man's party. Bleary Is an
uninteresting man who has led a romantic
life and would like to be independent of
the Pennsylvania. politicians. He would
make a very good candidate for this sort
of party,. if it • can be called a party;
"lodge" would he a better name for it.
IN speaking of the order of Free Ma.
SOUS, the New York Time, sayer There
was a time when, in some'of the States. it
wan prohibited, from an apprehension that
it might be made an agency of political
mischief: but we believe that the Pope is
now the only ruler who openly denounces
it. Several years ago be leaned a Bull
against the order, threatening excommun
ication of all Catholics who joined it, the
practical result of which is said to have
been that the Roman communion lost
more than the Free Masons. Quite recent
ly the Order in the German States hits
taken decided Action against - the Pontiff.
We are told that the Grand Lodge. "The
Sun," at 13avreuth has sent an open . letter
to all the otter lodges Urginn
g . them to
keep a watchful eye upon tne Vatican,
and denouncing the recent Papal Syllabus
'tt an assault upon the moral and spiritual
development of thealte-
Mn. A. Pou-utn, while descending
a flight of spiral stairs in Lynchburg, Va.,
• few days ago, slipped and fell, receiving
bruitsen of a painfull but not serious char
acter. • Mr. Pollard has been in ill health
for several weeks past.
Tt cow is quite a stir. at Washington
over startling charges against the adva
cites of free Cuba. It has been ascer
tained -that tht , tlispatch did not come
.from Butler's' sub-committee, but from.
some member of the adMiniStratton, pro
bably - Mr. Fish. The object of the state
just now is, doubtless, to bead off
action on Cuba in the House nett week.
when the subject comes up for debate.
Those who pretend to have all the facts.
say the statement is partly true and part
ly false. Cieneral Butler, who inveati.
gated the whole "natter,
says much of it
is incorrect, that there was a Cuban lobby
here cannot lie denied, and it is not be.
lieved that any one now a member of
Congress has anything to do with It, or
that respectable correspondents received
IF VOL' WANT TO GET PURE DRUGS VIVI
Of all kinds, go to JAMES E. BUMS & I'oll
DRUG STORE, where you vs. Set e,erytlling of
thevery beat quality. pure a unad Grated,
Pure Drugs Chemicals and F a mily MtsßMsett or
every description. Also a very large and rine as-
Imminent of Combs. Ilalr Ornsbe4 Posandes. (on.
metier, VOIOROCP. Perfumeries. Telles Sets. Pow
der" Mr all &Inds. Old eternise Brandy. Pure Old
kilienevlgfrA Pon wine
'A, Sherry wine.
.gg n and Blue
r`crmlanfenrrlt'Ll=e-i• , M32
Water from marble founts, witn - ttennine Font
Syrups. 'remember the plane.
JAMES E. BMWS & CO.. _
Corner of Penn and Sixth told R. Clair) streets
fail and examine and be satisfied.
TUE LIPS KUBTAINING 1:110A1l
The two ormtna which minister moat directly to:
the suptart of the body me the stomach andliver.
In the former the drat process of dhlwation takes
place, under the action of that powerful eeteeet•
the metric Mire. Thence the food, eentroverted
into a pulp, puree into the duodenum, where it in
subjected to the riction of the bile or Mal. Ilinelnk
from the liner, and of the fluid generated from the
pancreas. Or sweetbread of the Mama. Them se
cretinne separate the nittritloue ;anions teeth the
rent, and It le then taken up by the absorbent vee
rede and conveyed into the channoli of circulation
In the inrm of amens blond, while tho wale rat
ter is discharged through the tiaras. Unless all
these processes are doll performed, thee." of
some sort la Inevitable. and the best of all wedlei
nal saints for preserving nr restoring the tone and
regulating the aspen of the three organs—Abe
itvor and intestincsi—he which the 0 ... -
fold work Is remits nn. Is Hostetter's Stomach
lllttera.. Indigestion Is getteritils aewiallathei bl
constipation, and the gentle satanic operation of
the Bitten Is no leen linimrtant in eases of this
kind.t han its tonic effect upon tibe etomach and the
binary gland. Deem,. of Perim. en well "
depends In no small degree opon the regularity of
the excretive functionn. A sallow complexion. a
thick opaque coarse ell, a tainted breath. rash of
blood to the head. loss of memory. hem:kWh , and
extreme mental dennowl.. are the Usual abeam
pantinenta of flArliToll.l. A course of the Bit
ters will Infallibly relieve, and finally banish these
obnoxious symptoms while invignititing the MAU.
nob and promoting h.lttly action In the lever.
This genial vegetoble atoroarhic end alterative.
strikes at ...tin lta primary sour...them..
listing, micrellre and mine.. impute, and the
cures it effect, ern conaequeoUY thffmnlllt and
307 Libeaty Stree
IRON AND WOOD WORKING
Engineers' and Machinist; Tools i :
STEAM .FIRE ENGINES
• 13 ELT
Woolen Machinery, Machine Cards
Of - Manufacturers' and Mill Sup•
plies. A constant supply on hand and
Tarnished on short notice.
CARMINE AND 611.7 . PRE.SEk
W.! I. NET PRES.I
MANN'S CoPVISIi BOOKS.
YREN.'II COPPING !WOES.
NOTE NUE COPYING BOOK,.
LETTER EIZE COMING BOOKS.
CAE SIZE COPYING BOOKS.
AILYOLIES COPYING 11.L11,.
• SMITH'S COPTINII ELVIU.
FRENCH C - 01 . VLNO
VIOLET COEVINII YLIOP.. ,
RUBBER COPYING SHEETS,
CAMEL'S HAIR (OPTING ERVAIIES
WATER HOWL...CHINA AND IRON.
J. L. REA D.& SON,
No. 102 Fourth Avenue
Inane [dodoes. In the 11 [h. and Toni:loA. t 4
themßiel. RAW Ittetate, Merchandise. Et
. St oc k. 11. Cattle. Mete. , end
Brower., BBlt r l 11.11. Ilaoktellp
Doing Minions anywhere within the hmltint tni
ninny, are hereby notified tn their STATE. MEW
CANT IWI I.WENSE tor nowt be Pala Mtn ,
meetWor tbe In day of Snip. to ..wean! of
unit before Aldermen.
Duplicate. ere noir open for payment of State
• It AIA
J. F. DENNINTON.
Treasurer of Allegheny County
or l ttAcr _ •
NEW YORK, May 701.18/0.
THE FIRM OF .T. L. TAYLOR &
J_ COOPER Is dissolygid by mutual Goo at, and
Yea hays this day turmoil a Malted fa Almada
nudity tidings of
TAYLOR & COOPER,
_No. 5 Broad St.,
for the Plumedan of a general Brokerage and tl
vandal Oualnesa, argotlatiog Loans.
MR. JOHN BAILEY
A s special partner, having contributed 83 IMMO
o the colorants mach.
We take thleopportunity at tbanhiMf the eds.
tomer. of the old firm fur thelr peat palcusege,end
of soliciting a
olWe dodrcu oo s nu in ti e sn s u savniri e
h o e o tperl.ic ra n se . pm t
all securities dusts In at the New It ors. Stock or
Coupons h an Dividends collected.
Interest allowed on deposit. •
Orders by Mall or Telegraph promptlf li.dMnad
HOS. 1.. TAYI.Oft.
Refer by parmiailou - to rirat National Bank
OrriceCoLtsicrnn or Lirrr. FINAL Rernat‘r.
Wed Rtatr i lik o l;rtineVannta.
Crrr or Firrrearnfin.J.•
0. oun ••000e e
, Nr°,l!cAtnt".,l!,F,Roglanto'n'''EN T
Incomes, Carriages, Watches,
- • Silver Plate, .• 8(.0 •
And Ppeeial Tax aro, now due. ane t rable. and
torment ell' be received thereon at a OFFICE
from the ettlrena residing In the IS ward of the
041.7 of lititsburgh. borough
Birmingham. Orroeby.. Routh Pltteburgb. West
Wnshlngton nod Unlowend the township of Lower
St. Clear, i The tenanting Www
MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE 20th DAT OF
• JUNE, 1970.
°Menne eedltleral expellees will be Interred.
Deputy Collector WIC HAMMON
Cane (rum the d ad en of those parte of the
Muriel not incl the above limit.. and will
r , , , Vir=tchLtiffe when and the place where
him tve r harg l velbec A tOle by
eiCollemor nev.:rid Pittei
PISSOLUT The copartner
hlp heretefore ettetlee_ between JORN
. and WILLIAM SPEER. ender the arm
mime of J. W. SPEER. retaityricers. Stith
On tet e frrkl r rbT,T=l, ` a re°Al=:l•
the old nand wad areounte of the late arm net
tled by Witham Speer.
F uLTON'S DINING ROOMS.
FOR LAMPS AND ozkrimum
• OPEN ON THURSDAY. Jou. 9th
. 152 Federal Street,
THE STOCK WILL BE FOUND
,arge and Complete,
Embracing all tb• lassos Novelties in
S 11211? ler ShatvlB,
AT 1:IK CENTS.
AT 124 CZNITS.
American Black Silks
GREAT BAFWALNA AT
80 and 182 Federal Street, Allegbeny
FOURTH ARRIY AL
Sunnite? Presseit ,
20, 25, 311, 50 and 75e.,
The Cheapest and Haudsome
In this Market.
BELL & MOORHOUSE
21 Fifth: Avenue.
Hats and Bonnets,
MOE & 'CO'S
" z „iirßA,Tv. , sH • - N • •
trw HAT," MI , En ( AVIL. AN°
stamina an 4
A V) l l . 4oAttilnk u rTlNllV4 l: Kretr
SWINE NERIPLE WORK ANI,
r ri A .A N YI N TIFITTItE LACK LLA
A. p 11 . 4AuKERCHInIN
limeßouncfteu !AKRE NITTA
I IN . W lIITE AND KNOWN LINEN DRENS
N 'ANTIC ERB. ROBIN ANTI ORRSSIN. A
Mgr liIAAV In IJuht Itsenlar Rm.°, and
Drub, olors. all numbers.
Arriving Every Day.
AND 79 MARKET STREET
On a Par with Gold
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO.,
No. 115 Wood S
Dr . FRANKS, the celebrated Lecturer ma tbe
Eye. and Manufacturer of Petard and improved
ApectaMu. boo returned to Pltnitnwh, and ta how
at the ST. CLAM HOTEfo whore ha sdlusts hl.
far-famed Spectacles to defecUse vision from an
Iraminattoss of lb. eta Worm, so as to nit . 4 . 0 11,
iron by day es' by maleldel hat WlthoutfaMeue.
m ot is to WI years. Dr. r. maybe prof mehmally
manned on all Mamma of the Human Mre.end
• y tt ia ow* of Me Spectacles and NYS Onuses
for sale. .About 4,5415 pan of-them fleecier:lea
wore sold on Dr. Trent. last "UM In the spite& of
thm mo nths, elelog the moat entlre sellsfactlon
to a,. the Rodin' eintlemen .11 MUNI. of
PltUburgb Un by serlarete Unified.
Be particular end enquire it the Ladles' entranne
on Penn street for Dr. Franks odic.. ROOM DSS
St. ClairDWeL apanTrll
C. D. ARNSTUAL L. G. ARNSTYIAL.
ARNSTHAL & SON
Virginia and Louisville
Fi ne C u t gliewha and Smoking Tabidiii,
mpinTurrir m STUMM Pltisburitb.
Lands, Factories & Mills,
JOS. C. KENNEDY & SON
An Agony. for the solo of lorsoalufsmADlOAßDS
sod valuable tracts of TDIRER and MINIMAL
LANDS sad MINERAL SPRINGS (Improved)
the saw of hunia.d. vusuft. North eofoßoilft
Nimes. Arkansas loot. RisolostPol. Thor oioo
olfte IRON POUNDIURS, CO
and VLOURDIG SIMLS At s vest barssla.
THE WOR IS
NO and 1S Federal' Street,
Extra Good Bargains
al'es' and ileitis' ❑ndcrroar.
Md.dLWaTlmwt(a. , . , .
Palm Leaf and FancaFana at
180 and 18?. Federal Street. Allegheny
BUY ''HE GENUINE,
"O. N. T."
GEO. A. CLARK
SEALED PROPOSALS vrlll W recolv.l by Use
ra.sTitAL BOARD OF EDUCATION of the etty
01 PlllYburnb. In nornydanyn wlbb the provisions of
an Ant. •
SUPPlernentury toan Act, relattnit to the ichool
Laws of the City of Pittsbugh.
at. Central Board of F.ducatinnshail,
within three month* from the passe/re of this and
annually thereafter. select from the wren.' banks
or fecal. erebana• broke. of maid city. a treasu
rer or place of depielt. for all ..hoot funds under
the Control of raid Hoard, and said Board to Sloe
ten days' notice by publicatton in two newipetosco
V•tgittilb i a n n:fit i r al t ritt:n .kl e n tfrtit r er 7 ==
ext . or depwituy of said tobittil Sunda. and the sib
Weldon shall be wade upon the opening of said
pry r oam of the boot Krhante broker
at n ;`,,h4
sombre by bond, to he apptrived 7 by said Board.
highestshall wily for the owl of said school fund the
role of interest on current balsams, and
fgreVetfi ' irtirs " ; 7 : ll r l s;..ri= "4l,ct'Unn..r"""'
041 KSIPA une liatin Pron.
. Bidders also to otate On what terms they will boa
the Board ouch moneys an may be neeesoary a.
schisd and whool building Pun:owes.
GEO. H. ANDERSON
JOHN STEVEN SON'S SONS
93 Market street, Pittsburgh.
tlllinn won FRO.II FIFTEI.I
Hare. hand ail Orostest novelties In Vine .le.
airy: also illlrer and Barer Plated Ware of
aWelgirr..4Zrhbe_l*A=l• Pe 7:1 4 :511Z_ g . i . n 'old pod
silver cases. Both rey and ndant wmaem con
stantly nn hand, as well as a fall varlet) of the
goer grades of the Sells Watch. lticludlrot Jar
rennet, Jamt. Perregasa. and others.
We call particular ntlentlea to our facilities for
repairing God reirolati. Doe Watches. To that
branch or oar business we etre *pedal mot
Orders by mall promptly M, i. Designs of an,
goods sent In drawing. by null at niquest.
DRY l -ELLOW
PINE An OAK
A nrst-clonn Int, abotnnahly •e tuned In th
rough, or planed, at the )NA.
.IAMES 3111111 ER,
191 Sauksky Street. Alleghen
"HILL & ADAII'S
SEWER PIPE CO,"
fiS and 67 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
lansif,t.tro hlsbly VITRIFIED WATER AND
,KWEtt PIP& Donlan In_ CDERNET TOPS.
FLOC. nint HYDRAULIC CEMENT.
C. G. MoMILLEN, Agent
WA VIEWS PILE REMEDY has oirer failed
3 even In one creel to ewe the Tory worst
lind. Itching nr Bloeding Pll.. Th
affilet.lntinald hantediateir mai on their dnUarlet
and art NY ARNIRM PILE REMEDY. It 12 ex
preesty for the Pllet. and Ir not recommended to
any other d hkeage. It honoured MatlY OLMI of over
thirty years standing. Palen •1. For, sale by drug
DECOR ATF,D AND PpIN
Marble and Slate
Made by warn power. The only place ta Waster,"
Peanaylvd..l.where Slate and Marble Marlddland
Meal.. are rob in. Meant Maxt.leMaabled.Wahb.
wound. C 1111111,3, Furniture TOM. drarbtaired
from hid. 11...rb1e. and flare to oadWy represent
Vi..;: . ..,Tl'. 'l r l AVa r t 71 1 191Tentrlirleit
tuyl3.wd.t.T • W. W. WALLACE.
- 81 7.--- W)TzTtow,
(late itS Fitzslontom's A Slnntor,i
(131/00ESSOR TO LEAN & ILEULEIS,I
earize.m2P47ll6 l siirlig
M N r E v rE / A V, STO - RS, •le
Jobblog attooolod to promptly.
• No. 112 First AVenlle,
Moor Starke re
The uttherilmed hag ethatried thlalre lona.
from the Park. w bare. NTE. he la pre t0...P0T 01
others In hte line. llla saloon bl namsomety titled
up tor the consumer. ho. owe.. who plll and It
may convenient to the Parr. PaUalactton war
ranted In gooda attendance and Mem The nub
ile patronage is mtsened.
Arm. A. RHODE&
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I.CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS '&6
4 of The -
Peale and Ohio Roilroau Ca
The Chesapeake and Ohio
'caplet.' and ronlitpar trom Fttell SIONII. VA:.
he celebrated WJtITE SULPHUR. SPltlblUd.
Vlreloln. W 27 mile•. It la twine repldly
Lied 'to the Ohio river. 200 nailer. jerther
king lip nu 4 . 21 roekn.
prdsrress Westward. It penetrates and opens
up to market the WONDERFUL COAL DEPOSITS
OF TILE KANAWHA RFAtION IN WEST FUR-
MA. And lLoe torlog the insperior and abandais
. . .
of that arminn into communication ' with the
RON ORES OF CIitGISIA AND Mild, and
WR.TKItN.SOUTII W 1 TERNAND EAST .RN
When completed It will conite,t the SUPERIOR
HARBOR FAt'ILITIFA OF TOR CIIESAPEARE
BAT with reliable ear bration on the Ohio river, add
time with the ENTIRE SYSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND WATER TRANSPORTATION OF THE
GREAT WEST AND SDUTITWEST.
li , 0111 tante a SHORT. EAST. CHEAP and FA.
'YORABLE ROME from the WEST to the SEA
'ad will satomand A LARGE. SHARE OF THE
ItN9RMOVSItIC:FITS MAIM( traneportatloot
IL will I/Lon beam. one of 'Lemont IMPORTANT
ANTI PROFITABLE BART. AND WEST TRUNK
.1:01.n OF ItAIIItC/All In inn enuntry,ond
The completed portion of the Road lA.doina
PROFITABLE AN INCITEASP . Iti BESINVAII,
and In fully equal hi t aloe to the whole amount of
the morttmge upon the moire I.lne-1$13.000:
n the I lie.nniale and Ohio liallmad
, ompany. being n PI MST NIORTGAG IC UPON TIM
ENTIRE Lmr, PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENTS.
WORTH WHEN COMP LETF.D AT LEAPT 1530.-
000.000, Is tneriforo one of the most•ubstantlal,
tared In the marlget, and he peculiarly etteptedto
the wente of
nvestors and Capitalists.
Wbo.desire mate thatr tree..yenta with the
sunlit eatimfaetary ii.suniara .4 POSITIVE AND
,The Mend are indennmlnalill[l. 111
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO
4,may trn hhtt COUPON or ItEGIST7RED
Inionad SEX par rant. per annnm. payable M Alt
lat And NOVEMBER 19.
PRINCIPAL AND INTEIIRCT PAYABLE IN
1101.9 IN TiIR CITY OF NEW COUR.
Price 90 AND ACCRUYiIt INTEREST In Cur.
Teeny, of which 'price they Dar neittlY SEPRX PER
CENT. IN 001.0 net their coxt.
All GOVOTITIjnt Banda nod .therSocutiLloadaall.
nt the SoExelmm, rre,lvfid In ercbAng.. ,, t
elr fall market value, nnl Bonds .nt t All part.
f the conntry., free of Eipll.l charge..
They can be obtained by oftleling dirset from Ile
r through entreepon Able Pent or Banker In key
Ask & Tiatch,.
No. 5 Nassau Street, Neer York
Maps, Pamphlets and full
information furnished upon
application in person or by
S. NUC 1 . .. E AN
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
Agent. , for .0 pa. nt throw 11.nds.
'OT AIR & CHIMNEY FLUES &e.
A Lure 30.1 t oil to...tin:lent cimAtantli oil krara
HENRY 11. VOIXINS,
133 sEoxp AVE IJe.
F 1 'FtA WBERRY
Baskets and Crates.
.14,000 IN STORE the AIORT APPROVED
W. W. liNOX,
137 liberty Street. Pittsburgh, Pa.
L e is tagrg i rdLekets at Marton, Mee,
Patent Stamp Caueelers,
No. 41 S. Third Street.
General dgent for Stale of Penniyliallia.
All order. will hr lillod thronsh thlssfiles for this
Rate. • • 5t4,42
COAL AND .COKE
It their Miner. Brood Ford, Y. k C. R. R
Office, 1-12 WATER STREET.
SHIP TO ALL POINTS
And Deliver in the City.
Youghiogheny and Anthracite Call
OFFICE : 00031 No. Gazelle Building.
[crams., respect/4311y solicited. ^ •I@vll
YOUGMOGIIENY GAS COAL CO.
This Company are now prepared to furnish the
best Coal of .Intro or onstalty, AT PAHL HATT-9.
Ofnee .d 'Yard adjoining the t7onneUsvllle
read Depot. foot of Try fltreet, Pittsbunxb.
Ordentaddressed to either 31Ines. West Newton,
Pa., or to 'Yard, will be promptly. .(tended
' • • •
Charles H. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and t'onnellsi ille Coal
And Manglecturer of •
COAL, SLACK AND DEBBLPFIURIZED COKE.
OPTIcE_AND TARO, corner Buller and Morton
lltwetn , übertY and Clymer erreets. Ninth ward•
also. *mond street, Eighth ward, and at foot of
Itoesstreet, P. A C. IL R. Depot. Second wsrd.
Orders 'of t at either of the above °Mose, or sd..•
decease' to me through Pittsburgh P. 0., gill mean . °
Refer to whom 111.113 mosplytem Dome? &
Co., Wm. Beath, Won Bon Mills,' S.S .melee a
Co, Stevenson A Co. Bissell A. co., 1? to fl&
it llama, Al 9t
Bradley Park. Ow. CO .,
lloCurdy &Co.. Reese, D'eng A Otto. Wm. M. blasts .
A Co.. J. n. 140 & Co., James Marshall Co.. 9.
ten, McKee A Union Depot Hotel, Commas.
sine B. 8., Pennsylvania II- 11., Allegheny ValleY
fL IL •
COIL! COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
tier itur removed their Office SO
No.: 567 Liberty Street,
tratoly City FlowhEi" o2.lo
NUTctlVlttl o rwlr..ne
I°Wtortlers lartheirolhoe.er eddressehho thi .•
Omagh the mall, will tte attended to promptly.
Fine, Medium Una Common
Oar Stock la *he t largett are have
ever offered tO l the trade.
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE
April Ist, 1 87Q:
From MIA dam Sem Mango will be tisk to
emla customers. M.
71 and 73 Fifth 'Ave.
[Tour prices ere the lowest In Chic eastkeL
New Rooms!-New Goods!
. NEW. PRICES
IV. Mee Inene - d ratedthe opening of our New
flocreoe with the • •
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 186!
OLIVER MeCLINTOCK & CO.,
23 Fifth Axemie
ftIV . CARPETS.
Reduction in Prices
j efIRRE3PO:4II , WITR
No. 51FIFTTI AVEN
Manufacturers of SPRING. RAM and IIVSR
UPPRICSSICS. Yeffisher p0t... , sod Pillows.
Chorets Cushions. Cornice Mouldings and all lands
of Upholster,' wort. Also. dealers In Window ,
Maarten Buff. Green and White itollands. Cords.
Monet., An. Partings, attention Is siren to tan
trig up. cleaning and brushing, slitting and fatal.
lag carnets. •
Our mod. of cleaning carnet is the only nay In
which you can feel world that the colon are fl.
served and the goods thoroughly frond from Mt
dust and Tartan. Th. price for claming h. Bann
greatly minced. Our ernreas •11111 call for .d &s
-liver alfgooda free of ohmic.. •
ROBERTS, NICHOLSON & THOMPSON,
Upholsterers and Prnprietort nt
team Carpet Beating Ettabliahmeal,
NO. 127 WOOD STREET,
Nees RIM Avenue. rittebumb.
_Of all Colors,
ON IlAn,\liD FOR SALE AT
ARBOR COTTON MILLS,
IiXI WOOD STREET
7 —_-_.."_•:_zz.":l-.7_ , ‘.....:___-.._______ l t ,
9 Q U KEN SIV ' ARE i 9
FINK ERIV•ICTI. 1
Chinn nnd Glass. i
1::11 • snAnat PIiATEI, 0001*, DINNER ! A
W; AN is THA NEVI. TEA TRATeI
;4. AND crnmitv.
N . ; Pd
P R i rl,reavon.Z. TNiP
R. E. BREED & CO.,
P4l : • p 4,)
EtYNCIiS STEEN &
124 Wood Street
1mp41.0. ►nd Dealer. In
FRENCH, CHINA, FINE CUT RUSS AN
.CrthClaweirt swwwWaews!tNsw Ywt ErAwwk._
ES'PARMSTIFP. 189.8. .
It4BY, (JUST co.,
No. 189 Liberty St.,
r i atilivapairtnsrldW
The attenthm of all remdrlns god& th=i;
Una la directed to our Stock, Indented
from the beat Summon markets, and we are net
receiving • fresh and drelmble lot of the above
CONTINuEa. TO TREAT ALL PIRITATE VW:A.
Me. Syphilis Is all Ite fon:man mitten themes.
and the effects of mammy are completely etstllca
ted: ithemostorrites ce Seminal We and tm•
laneney. resulting from thtf.lthitth or other oars.
and which produce some of the fallowin t Meseta
Ls blotches;,.hratily weakness. IudiCOLIOn. con.
sumpUoth imershm to ..Clad. tintosnunese. dread
of fotute stints. loss Of 030.1017. 10.2611M41,
tenon exassiona, end finally th prthirettNithe Sex
ual s TAM.. 4. render 191.111.11.t0 Unmusthetery,
d therefore Imprudent, are permanently cu
Persons athleted with these or any other
harlot* or hallt.,._.stintd , ..d.,,Anrag g .
att , O,nl=l3lp,; l "Airth to all
refotULl.onsanlabe Worob s. n=tl ln n
e tts "M' setta Went that • physician who conlitne
td -i,o - e - 4.1,e1y to thestudy of a certain .wo:
ramit &names Lod treats th ousands of oaths ethrl
ssrman totquire trthater still in that apecialty
than one In inthentrlico. •
Thp Doctor pub' es a medical pamphlet Of fifty
that sires a !all exposition of 'enamel end
Wrath diseases that can be had free at office Or bY
mall forms stamps. in sealedenvelopes. Ermy
montane sum Instruction to the aMietM an
enablthir them to determine the Vedic tthltn.
The t tr i. blawat ic eroxising len
can ta=re Zinnia.
Doetore opinion nedbyeali
a Men statement f the ease. end inedtelnee
he forwarded by moth or express. In some Wotan.
nes, however.• pernmel eastultatlon Isabeelatelf
etwthery, wb Ile In othem de persona ln persona lWanton •
s re:Eared. and for the acconstrXloethes of sash
mient, there are a mutruents connected with the
eet are provided with Isaml Mau l "' th "
Is talentlted to mono. recovery 11 40 u lastll...
tatted thpor baths. All prescription! are Ildenared
In the Doct4Ve own Isitoratrey.~ ander
i t farthEnd
eimenvision. Mediae! paumbles o as free, tir
tr wi tuall the i r sr fit ; norteeztidet s l :::.
ZIII t IA Ir. X cam. 9 '1 WO
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