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; PrIII.OI.EUW at Antwerp 531.
GoLneloved In New York on yesterday
POLMCAL r:CrELLIGENCE office has
bunt oned by the Bolters on the second
loot of a building4in Smithfield street.
All office seekers who wish to be elected
by 850 votes, ind all who aspire to be del
egates to the Boltrirte Convention, should
nuke application at once. No deiegatea
will be admitted to the Conventiim unless
they, have kleen approved . by the ,Ltdelli
genee Committee. Registry fee twenty
five cents. One hundred dollars must la,
paid on the approval by the delegates as
soon as approved, and one thousand dollars
by the offireareker, as soon as elected to
So far, not one . of the men who bolted
the Republican nomination for State Sena
tor last winter. at llerrisborg, has been
renominated. The latest victims are
Bowman and llecreery,' of Erie. They
went In last Year by a heavy vote and thin
year they, go out altruist unanimonaly.
Antes, of Crawford, and Leslie, of Butler
rutty, am in the name box, and
ea. K. Anderson, the chief of the
if; Who furnished the money as well an
the brains for it, has beeneholved by five
hundred nominal majority, and by over
ani thousand majority if there had been
ilci cheating in Titusville. Honesty In the
beat policy after all. Chea lug never pros.
. pen, to quote another proverb"; and as
these facts are their own' best comments,
we may claire with that other adage which
says, a shout horse is noon curried.
... r .
ill ' THE RING I 1...U.4XX WORK tI I
, - The batten' ring .is busily: engaged - In
S'" - -. its dirk and dishonorable work. 'ln the
1 „ . 14 11. :1: 1diee l,l ii leh ni tt ad les: p edl rof.a. a few da ys
. sinik.. - , the • Republlains of : , Alle ghe ny
county were invited to'itieit . in their re
t. spectire election dist:dais' on • day sped
- fles-Autiter and the. professional delegate,
select funi of their beat citizens as delegates
to a ConmatiOn to meet at the Court House
in the eity of Pitteurgh." for certain put,
But.thes6 miserable.dbiorganizers have
Issued a pricate call, which differs mate.
rially' and essentially from the words
which, we have. quoted above. In order
that we may not'be charged with ralsrei•
resentation, and that our rainier' Marsee
. the dishonesty and duplicity of these men,
• .üblish the private call in full. ' t It is
lotarsonssar Itsosvoucom Howls.
19 Bollthttold street. 41 Floor.
• Near New Qty HAL }
PITTRIM 1011, 1879.,
Dear Sir: You are requested to Confer
. with - your neighbors, and make ArtnalM
meats to have your Ward represented in
the Independent Republican Convention.
The - " Call" which we mall you fully ex
pLtlns the-'object of " the movement.
Please give this nailer .yorjuilnediatr
attention, and report - the nooses of the del
. *vales Med ed Article Iliattelartirs.
J. B. CAMPBELL,-
• • • J'so. A. Ck.uorosaa,
' Connitittee on Organization.
According to the public "call," the dear
people were invited to meet and select
- their own delegates. But this, it was
...: found, would not accomplish the - dark
AL &Signs of the talters. They knew what
I the honest Republicans In the several
': • election districts would do, and therefore,
- . distrustful of the people, take the matter,
in a secret way, into their own bands.
Delegates are to be selected privately, and
• . : their zanies to be reported to the Read
.' qua rters of the ring ! Even their con&
. c dal friends in the several election dire
Witte are not to be trusted.' They. must
, first Make their selection., and then sub
wit them for , approval to five men, not
..ene of whom, of course , ever sought by
logrolling or otherwise to secure a nomb
• . I make for any office ! 0 purity - 1
* t ''-
~. L need name has been covered with deep
and black disgrace ! .
• .: - The people must ,"ttot select their own
- ,. , .1 delegatee. This will not be tolerated by
the ring Selections must be made pri
'''' vately, and then as privatelyeireported to
the above namedd, persona for their 'n
ovel. Was there ever such an Insult
Ntiffr Pr •
•,.! • . o ff ered to an intelligent people?
Bat this coarse is in perfect keeping
with the boast made by the two dosen of
r. Ipolteis that organised I new party on last
. Monday, namely. that they carried twenty
..-.....ave thousand Republican votes. in their
.. -!, Re - publicans, select your own delegates
.;. 0! on the filth of August next. You are at
..:,1 Lest se capable of making a judiciotur
• this week, ►t Altooo►, Andover whkh our
friend, Col flair, of ; the Part. presided. It
moat have been, refreshing, even U the
Judgmettle luau ...plot, -
resole. that When new issues - wise
about which them Is some doubt, or idff..
kidded Of opinion si to the 'course of the
• party, It Omit be the duty of the Pres!-
. dent of this ftssodation to dal s meeting
toO"Masidekie name." Who could ask a
grefiter i&COficitt. \ o more idividuality
.. r among DeoMeralla editors, no more going
t slow on fresh questions, no mote lade-
L- - peadent'tholigbi; but all must meet to-
Igstlier li, Infallible connctl, sad get ideas
''"!... earred oaf Co thinmenrhoJeWdo and. retail
.lll, sot 'for the fitscods or
_welfare of the
~ .. "people, or fifth; gonernment; but !ditto!.
4--. advancement of the Democratic party.
I- , " The editors were
- so Pleased' with' the
~- i',." - ' hint - Of rafewing all new Issues whentbsy
_'' - ididfirise Ws council that they felt It
!!'7 - would bewell to decide Mifetbor,JOrt tol
. ..-. -. i ipisiif_steek in trade to run - on for
..That we d
- denounce thC umnitkeHe Ist 1
„ - Which the socalleol - Fifteentlrsmendtbitit
.was der.latedpert of the Conitttutfoi, and
.... filiPm7intwiDlidltd-for Its timetd,telai
1•:: - - 7: - - rt =
: .1 - -- til ersot • " - ._ . , L. ..:::1 -!':N.4 .,
S-Oppedtif t a to tics Chinetwaymmt. or_
.: , t;`qt •
anything that injures or depredates the
dignity of white labor. •
B—Opposition to corruption wherever
found, and by - whomever perpetrated.
Ye friends of universal liberty and equal
rights to all men, tremble over the de.
nunclation of the Xtt.ll-,amendnient by
these wise men it ,. .Ctinill! Ye newly
made citizens whose color" mocks ad d the
virgin white Illy, tremble for these pow.
erful men are Opposed to negro sur ge
and will labor for Its repeal with allelr
might and main. But perhaps we wall
draw consolation .from the knowleidge
that these acme patriots labored r ,
earnestly ; wickedly, to perpetuate slay Vy.
Falling in that and to keep down under
their feet the emancipated blacka, h ey
strove to prevent the ballot from Linn in
to the hands of the disenthmiled bhicks.
We have .reached a period in
history when people don't go
backward In measures pertaining to el,
ilization, enlightenment and liberty. The
colored people may rest secure in the
rights and privileges vouchsafed them by
a just nation. It is not in the province of
the Democratic pay, the Republican
party, or even the ne third party, to take
away the enfranehisrent boon granted
the colored people, ftir God's hand not
only wiped out slavery but lifttictup the
oppressed freedmen to the plane they were
destined to occupy, and who can undo the
great work amomplisited ?
The oriental "Johns' who are swanning
to our land are to be opposed by onr.Dem
ocratic editors and denied a place in our
workshops, on our railways, farina and
plantations. But `"John" is further along.
lie has not yet found his way Into Penn.
sylvania, nor has he been found a bad ele
ment among foreigners. lie in Indus-
Wimp, quiet and harmless, and as we have
untold millions of acres of land to be ex
plored and develOped and standing room
for all ChristendoM, we think John China
man might be afforded welcome.
.: The last declaration is good:wise and
sound, every word of it, and it is one
which every Mitz i , be he Republican 'or
Democrat, secular or religious can hon.
One declaration wan forgotten, though.
perhape, thought and talked abilt, . and
that was to deela 1 in favor of unity in the
Democratic nuke, and to encomate bolt
ing in the Rapti lican party. That' is
certainly includmf in the undAreloped
plans of the opposition managers, l and the
first practical illustration of it is witnessed
herein the coalitiOri formed to orthrow .
the regular Republican party. got the
people have to offiset these' premUlgated
declarations with the simple one taut the
Democracy, with all its tricks and plans,
must and will be kept in the same place
occupied during the"piurt. decade of years."
Them Is no.longer any room t. doubt
that the Democratic party has en .. neered
the disintegration of the Republican or,
ganization and that the Commerehil lends
willing aid - to help the work of destruc
-4105. The programme is ' developing.
The Post pledgee to' help send i,protec
tionist to Congress, and the candidate is
in training in the Commercial tin Gen.
Kegley must be disposed of; he is too
faithful to his constituency, to 4 party.
and his own character, to cult the disap
pointed Cilque of Republicans who thought
they could twist and mould him to suit
Steil. purposes. It would be a gad thing
for the interests of this district should I
there be sent to Congresa a Democrat to
I represent the people, or if by any combina
tion a treacherous and purchasable Re
publican obtains the seat. And yet to ac
compliab either one of such ends is the
idle aim of the ringleaders of the third
party movement. If any evidence is
needed to oompletethe confirmation of the
fad that a well-devised scheme exists to
overthrow the Republican party here and
elsewhere throughout the State. we have
it in the following expression frcim the
Post of yesterday, in referring to the late
convention of Democratic editors held at
"Aside from the regular baldness trans.
actions of the Convention, there were other
matters taken under consideration, and
definite eonelasions nrrieed at that will tell
upon the politics of the State in the limas.
dusts Mars . ; as will be developed by the
general tom of the Democratic liners.
.We take masker to say in this ernnec.
lion, that the Democratic party will no
longer tolerate any temporizing with the
great questions of public policy. In the
Stite of Pennsylvania, at least, the De.
meow are united, and henceforth their
campaigns will not only be progressive,
bat aggressive. We feel that we can ray
to the Democracy of the whole Union
that the glorious old Keystone State is
about to be dimpthralled from Radkal
domination and will take its position in
the Democratic phalanx, from • which It
has been practically displaced, through
treachery and misplaced confidence do
ring the last decade of years."
Will the Republicans calmly consider
the situation, or will they willingly join
handi with the treacherous members of
their organization and deliver over the
political power so long held to the oppO
mitten and weep Oyer • their folly in the
future? Never before did them exist
more pressing necessity for calker in our
party, , Weeaturot afford to quart) among
ourselves while the enemy are moving
upon us In solid columns. If we fall to
' properly appreciate the situation now, if
we disband and fight under two flags, if
we fritter away our strength, we will lose
Abe battle, lend for yearn to come we cannot
- regain what shall be lost, and the Demo.
cro.io Party, aoleag kept in the oblivion,
its principles and doctrines -warrant at the
hands of a free people, will
itself to ride with despotic tyranny: We
have no time to pause, for the enemy are
on the march,. their campaign has com
menced in good earnest and they will eon
.quer if we present a divided 'router a camp
rank and rotten with' spies! Ind traitors.
Will Republicans net ' . arouse themselves
-, bend their differences!
• the Impending battle?
they will, but if they
reap a: whirlwind
femme for which they
_:-4411141 , 111',A1G AIME,
trying evils of our
, Is our extravagance.
aese United States are
the world for their reek-
At expenditure of money. ,
I go their conduct in this
vously felt and bitterly com
plained of. Within the last few years,
since they caramel/tad to visit Cketinentsr
Europe in large numbers, hotel charges;
uid the demands of waiters and couriers
are made on the most sitter/want scale,
so thatioirlsta from the:British iiies,:tMd
elsewhere, complain that it Is impessible
for them, with their,, limited means, to
' travel on routesaa are frequented by
Maori .. who are so lavish with their
We are exorbitant in our demands, and
desire to reap where we have. not sown,
.and gather where wa have - not strewn.
We are excessive in our:likes' and dia.'
likes; in our joys and griefs; in our hopes
and despairs; in our intagixistiona and ex-
Pektations. We are incodinate in oar de.
sire for wealth, honor and distinction; for
gorgeous houses, expensiie furnitunt,and
aplendid 'equipage.: 111 point of dress,
; wethelteye there is not a more extmva-
Soli,'-'l,..ts,*- world. The most
fseklima4.**ertades , in London or
ailt-: ,;1!. , .. *Fed by amore richly
..Vhilifoo; . _liirany time; than can be.
** - i4firAlilf*fho thoroollhfsres of
our liallrritiftdeddous title:a' ' Our extravit
PITTSBURGH DAILY 4:IAZETTi: FRIDAY MORNING, ,TULY 1, 1870.
gance is enriching Europe, and impover
Our reckless expenditure, of money is
aot seen only in our, magnificently ap•
pointed private residenes, the trappings
tansy of tan steeds, the ric hness and gayety
of our attire and expensive cuisine, it is
visible in our churches, the Very place
where we would expect. to find a grave
"simplicity. Temples,' for the worship of ,
Ood, are erected , each yliar nt an expense
far greater than the necessities of the case
demand. We would feel no comfortable,
although our pride mig it not be no fully
gratified, if we, aooemb ed in less costly
fanem, and the worship ix adored would not
be less acceptable. In ‘ain will the pores
and ecnnomioto call for trenehment and
,reform in the modes o our social life.
until the Church first to the example.
A little extmragance t evening partleo,
and on matrimonial oc .ionr may be ex
rumble. but the gorgenn displays which
we make at our funerals are not founded
one sensible apprecintin of the solemnity
of ouch occasions. nor an we see thnt
they are respectful dead. any n
family incurs nit capon on the occasion
of the latrial of its file irlo, from the im
poverishing effects of n hick it Mow not
recover for years, and Mat robs widows
And orphans of the necessary comforts of
life. 'rite reason nomigned—reopect for
parted relatirex—may he laudable, Inn
it is based upon a mistaken notion. Dis
play on such Occasions is,,to say the least,
unbecoming, and does not in any way en
hance respect for the dead.
On this subject we might learn. a very
profitable lesson from the aristocratic cir
cles of (treat Britain. Within the oast
few weeks, two of England's most noted
and respected public men have gone the
way appointed for all living. Dickens
and CI tendon are no more. The one
adder an immortal fame in the domain
of lett , the other was one of the most
honore of the English nobility, and filled
several importhnt and responsible posi
lions in her Ministry. But in nothing did
they co mend themseves more to all Seri
alble n, than in their express desire
that tit it funerals should be kept strictly
secret, nd be unattended by any ostenta
tious c remonies. The simple coffin of
Dickens was carried In a plain hearse,
"without feathers or trappings of any
kind;' front Charing Cross T .retinue to .
Wesimlnster Abbey. his re nine were
followed by three carriages, hick con
tained the members of his ftl . illy, and d
few friends, in all, only Ovel ;e persons,
who were attired in pinin black. and wore
neither bands •or scarfr.
.The Cable I. formed us yesterday ;that
thr funeral o the Earl of Clarendon,
which took 'p ace on the previous day,
was' equally rivate, and entirely free
from all porn. and pageantry.
Let our ml lionaires: merchant prinree,
and Men of letters and . imsition. set an
example of equal simplicity, and they will
relieve many it family from a Initden
whit-lila intolerable ,
None elterinh less fondly the memories
of Dickens and Clarendon becaune they
expressed a denire to be buried privately
and unostentatloualy, nor think less of
their fanlilien because they discarded all
extravagant display in the solemn hour
of their interment. Let Its benefit. then.
by the t , xample, which has been so no
bly net by persons moving, in the higlrst
walks of life in England. The extmea
mint .-ost of a funeral 'neither brings
honor to n; living nor thin deed.
Allegheny County 'Politic,
[From the Butter Anteticsa.)
It isnot our habit to meddle in the af
fairs of our neighbors—Particularly po
lltical affairs. M e have always supposed
them capable of attendlig to all their
own matters. But the movement in Alle
gheny county for a Republican or
tion outside the regular one, may
lowed by such results as td .. justify all In
spaiking out and giving a word of mum
sel.! If thin movement should cause the.
lose to us of the next Legislature only, it
will have done a serious injury; 'Why it
is anticipated the next regular Convention
of Ottrirlends of Allegheny county trill
nottict and do what is right; 'we are at
al sto know. We have known of di.
satiefactiOn and defection after convert
tiortil hace been held and nominations
been mad, but never Wore they have
been held and made, until the present
cascf. The usual way in to wait until a
tic et in formed before we oppose or-re:,
pudiate It How can it be known who
' will or will not be nominated till a con
vention meets. And why cannot as good
men be nominated at a regular convention
as lat an irregular one. If they are
baught out and urged as strongly In the
on case as In the other, they would be.
ut, it in paid, the time for holding the
net Allegheny countyconvention, in late.
So 1t seemed to un, until we 'learned that
the }ime , Angunt, Is not an unusual one..
As to an the year ISM they held their
convention In lingua, and frequently In
that month within the last ten years. In
the eastern counties of this State the
usual time. for making nominations is
about the let of September. Without
saying which in the better time to nomi
nate, June or August, we can pay, from
experience, that a ticket nominated at the
former time will undergo a quiet lull for
about three months. Until the harvest
is over and the election approaches but
little is aid of the merits of a ticket, pro
or mn, so that a ticket might an well be
nominated In September an In June, for
all -practical - pummel.. We hope the
leaders of this Independent movement In
Allegheny county will reconsider before
it is too late, and not borrow trouble In
advent*. The regular convention in open
to all and plenty of time to . have right
and jostle*, done in all respects.
An Important Invention.
'The San Francisco Bulletin says After
twenty yews of toil and trouble, Slander
Heath, a mechanic of this city, has sue
ceeded in manufacturing a remarkable
lag machine; for which he obtain.
Vhe a ffvettion relno
chine for forming thet"enceitm..=„nl o f• a
drawers and boxes, and Is likely to p •
remunerative to the owner. It consists
of two sliding frames, moving on tables,
One of which serves to dovetail the end,
and the other the side pieces of a box,
without the use of swinging guides, nn
memos gauges and leveled tables—the
whole being easily fitted PO as to operate
on common sawing tables. The saws for
the two tables can be fastened to the same
mandrel, or they may have separate man
drels. The two tables, also, may stand
side by side or be separated, and may he
used for all ordinary purposes of sawing,
by simply removing the sliding frames.
The eliding frame for the side pieces has
a tapering guide fastened to one of the
crossbeams so an to give the desired angle
to the tenon, the board etandingupon this
guide while the frame slides at right .an•
glen with the saw mandrel. The end pie
ces are formed on a similar eliding frame
on the table, but the guides in this case
stand at a right angle with the mandrel.
When the table is fitted up for this work
of dovetailing especially, a great number
of saws and cutters may be used, so that
that all the dovetails of any lot may be
cut at once, by two motions of each frame,
leaving nothing more to be done except
to fit Ahem together. The machine is
simple In construction ; an be made at a
cost not to exceed three - hundred dollars ;
and will do as much work in two minutes .
as can be done by hand in the game num
ber of hours.
Tax Jewish population in Donn:Maim
has increased in that principality from 60,-
000 in 1849 to upward of 400,000 in 1870.
The Jews there are said to enjoy all poe.
gable freedom, and-IQ Poem" 176 U na.
Rogues, while there are only 63 Roman
Catholics, 12 Protestant and 11 Armenian
churches in the country. The Rouman.
Lan government has sent a number of
young Jews, at its OWII expense, to com
plete their education 1n Paris, and has
conferred a pension upon the widow of
Dr. Bundle, a Jew, who held the poll.
tion of Professor in the Military. Academy,
and at whose funeral an eloquent address
was delivered by cured the moat eloquent
Christian prelates of Roumania. - The Ro
manian journals caution the world against
the false publiottions of the “Alliance Is.
nate," of Pula, which asuadathrn. 'n
ape-tad/de for the hoax recently practiced
The following remarkable efiusion ac
companied a death notice in a recent Mil.
waukee paper: f
A little girl of that city had been drawn
ed while playing with a pet dog and her
seboolmates on the river's bank and while
her heart - broken - parents - and k ndred
were in the Sorest, affliction, a Heal
friend of the family sang , throw it the
press: "O' lather claim one p nt
hour with young companions ga : We
see the song.birde onward tour, And why
should she not play': With buoyant spir
its on she walked, The pet dog followed
near. And with her neighbor'a children
talked In accents loud and clear.lVllets
by the waterside they stood, All 'joined a
game of 'spy.' With cheerful Iteltrt. in.
mirthful mood. The dog clamed fir and
nigh. Juat at that moment Mein': fell
Into the rippling stream, NVliiin me were
standing closely by. With coward h :arts,
I wren. One playmate ran and beg ed of
them To render Mnllie aid; These wolves
dresaed In the garbs of men, Were deaf
to all She said. Twice, thrice, "she rose,
again, again, The children cried loud,
'Save Mollie Thompson, do. good en''
No.' no.' the monsters rowed.' Poor. °life
st retched, her snow white nrm: 'Oh. ni , ercv•
save me,pray '' These men looked on , Otis
oat alarm, Then basely sneaked away.
No'._ not at: effort would they Make,
The . childrfai Scream and r Poor
Mollie is! us all forsake efore •
the setting Run. The crowd soon
now came round the pot, But of a
glimpse was seen. Is 'this the OUM ‘I .
In that° or non No mark was le t be
tween. A gallant tore plunged boldly In,
To rescue. or to try. 'Too lose! too late!
O what a sin! • These feeling children ere.
At length moot' earth et noble turn. Brave
Tompkins, Is his name, Ileedlese of elothi.,
or boots, or when. Dived headlong in the
stream, And brought Poor Mnllie's anew
white face To surface of the deep, liar
hair confused and nut of plaM, Her ...Ye-,
lids closed iu sleep. The lather at this
tine ran wild; Bewildered at 'the sight;
Unto his bosom pressed Itia child, And
homeward plied with might. No poins
seem spared to bring her round—Alas!
'swan all in vain; And she was wrapt with,'
In her shroud, No more to play again.
Poor Mollie's teachers heard. the news.
And flocked atoned her come, The shock
did ey'ry heart confuse With anguish and
remorse; The scholars, too—Owl bless
them now!—ln sorrow looked dismayed;
They strewed sweet flowers nu her brow
`ad Cel.. - h e coffin e - red.
And o'er the coffin pravt... Aud now,
poor Mollie, in thy shell, We'll bid a last
adieu, 0, may we meet in heaven to tell
how one and all loved you! The parents
and the family, For merry rent the air;
With pang of sudden agony; They laid
their bosoms bare. - After which follows
an elegiac acrimaic! Imagine the feelings'
of the mourning family when, after the
first tempest of their great grief shall
have subsided, some friend calls •their at.
tent ion'to the above astonishing "lines!"
Church Mission'ary efKidnapping" iu
]From the Punjab (Lahore) Times,May - 10.]
The Christian Missionary is at his old
game again of what is known as - Lmby
conversion." This time, however, ha suc
ceeds in reaching his victim through one
of the teachers of the• Zenana Mission,
who had been hitherto unsuspectetily ad.
mitted into most of our native households.
It seems that on Saturday last a young
Ilindoo widow girl, aged about fourteen
years, who used to receive her first lessons
from a Zenane teacher by the name of
Miss Martha. belonging to the Church
Missionary Society, was removed from her
house by the latter a ithout the knowledge
or consent of her widowed mother,-and
under the auspices of the Rev. J. Vaughin,
baptized in hot haste. She was placed by
the reverend gentleman in the house of
one Hazra, a native convert, and there de
tamed front the lawful custody and guar
dianship of her mother. The reverend
gentleman and his accomplices were &UT
e4 with an attorney's letter calling upon
them to deliver the girl into her mother's
custody, but this RR refused, and we un
derstand that immediately on receipt of
the letter tb,' girl was baptised, and the
next day the mother was informed by
Rev. J. Vaujichan other baptism. A few
relatives and friends who accompanied
the mother in bringing back the girlwere
treated to a volley of. abusive epithets by
the Christian fraternity of Amherst street,
Such are the facts et' the convention of
the present victim-of the miseionary bedy.
The story will speak for itself. •
The text will no doubt form the sub
' ject of a grandilotfuent report of the wo g .
zees of the. mission, by the Rev. J.
Vaughan. and so the supporters of the
mission and. the British public will be
considerably hoodwinked, the questiona
ble means resorted to for conversion be
lug of course carefully kept out of view,
e are afraid that the present instance
will give a deathblowto the cause of na
tive female education through the Ze
mull mission. Already it has been.
warning to many llindoo families in the
city. The aged mother, we an. Informed,
is about.to take proceedings at law for
the restitution of the person of the girl.
A Conductor's EitorraaA Coffin With
out u Corpse.
A western railway conductor tells thi
- I was running on a train between De
troit and Chicago, in DM-. A gentleman
of Chicago WWI taking East the dead body
of bin brother for burial among the family
friends In New England. During the
night the wooden coffin. by reason of the
friction of the nail. against those of the'
large rough boo which enclosed it, or in
some more mysterious way,. caught ,ffre,
and before 'discovered , corpse wan
burned .to a crimp, the outer covering of
the coffin being but little injured. When
the horrible fart was made known by me
to the brother, after taking him amide, I
thought he would then die. Ili, grief•un
manned me more and broke me down
more completely than all the killing and
mangling I had ever neen. 'Him Minter
must never know thin. said he', after a
long ',mazy= of grief, 'it will kill her.'
All the employee of the company ac
quainted with what bad happened were
sworn to mercesy. An; elegant new' coMn
wan procured at Chicago. In which the
burned remains were carefully fastened,
and the grief' stricken brother conveyed
the amhem, - literally, of the dead. East and
they were burled without any friend, PACO
:'one, knowing that the - coffin contained no
'corpse. And that brother has kept this
sad secret from his people and from the
press to tide day.
The report-that the Episcopal Convert.
Mon of-the nieces.. of Wisconsin adopted
a canon, that "Every communicant of the
church marrying outside of our commun
ion, or married by any other than a der.
man'of our church, shall stand ipso facto
unmated," in thus corrected by a
volTegPol , le Detroit Tribune:
"It so han present at
the Conven tion pe of the Di
sin, at Milwaukee, on Wednesday
when a young man introduced the above
mentioned canon, - who Mated that he did
so upon hie own responsibility, and with
oat expecting its favorable consideration.
It wan received with much merriment, and
without one word of favor from any per.
non lint the young man who offered It. , Ac
a matter of simpla courtesy to the It
woe, at his own request, referred to the
Committee on Claims, and the committee,
without leaving their seats, reported in
words of pleasantry against It, and the
proposed canon wait rejected without ono
vote In Its favor, except that of its author.
The whole subject was out of the way in
a little time as it has taken to pen thin
-The Chime Tribune eontahan the .fOl
lowing: . .
A late number of your paper contained
a notice of General Hobert Anderson and
his present embarassed condition, whirls
every American surely most lure read
with the deepest humiliatitin. Why his
services. which can hardly be overrated,
have so long gone unrewarded, it is not
easy to nay; but a tardy act of justice In
better Ilan never, and if we cannot wipe
from t o national fame the et fume of hav
ing neglected one of our heroes, we can,
at least, put a limit to it. The remedy is
at band.. Let It be applied at once. The
subscription of one dolGir from all those
who have been benefited-by Gen. Ander
son's example of fidelity and heroism will
cheer the remnant of his daye, and assure
the world that republics are not ungrate
ful. Put me down for the first dollar,
or the last. . • Qins.
CHICAGO. June 28,1870.
Two men got into a car laden with oats
in bulk, to sleep, - at Sandusky. When
they awoke the door was locked and the
car in motion. It was not until!' two or
three days after, when the tntin ,, was at
Bellaire, that their groans caused, them to
be discovered, when
_they were, almost
deed with heat, 'taxation • and ethane.
.lion, and ware quite lusensible.
. . . .
BOOKS FOR Tilt BLIND.—The National
Association or Publishing- Literary and
.Musical Works for the Blind, in raised
`letters, has just published "A Compen
dium of American Literature; embracing
selections from eminent. Authors and
Statesmen," a large volume 0[1,49 leaves.
The object of the above Association is to
provide by subscription and legaeielf for
the printing and furnishing books, in the
raised character, it the actual test, and to
,the indigent blind -without chaige. The
above volume can be obtained of Mr H.
L. Hall, the agent of the Association, or
of William Chapin, Principal of the
Pennsylvania Institution for the Blind
COLD NPARKLUM; SODA
Drawn trent Genuine Marble Fount., with the
Genuine F.I.LOW MALTA s riti:ll. fresh. Abu.
the now' Antertean Syrup MONTANA. elegantly
on denught. Thew error are the nneW yron ,
ever win In AIIISCICA. Inu ennlind thew mweri
nice and tTehla at
JAMES E. BURNS & CO.'S
lin not fairtn ball arid try them
'Chia I. .nld /II bulk Bottles and by .Ingle On` , I
Injure the main spring of • watch and every Dori.'
lion of the works become disordered. The human
stomach In to the human system what that elastic
piece of metal is to the thrown:loiter. It inflitonom
the action of the other organ,, and controlato a
certain octant, the whole living machine: Tho
romparlann may be ennled farther, for As. the
weakness or other Imperfections of the main
spring is Indicated on the 'fare of the time-piece.
an also is the weakness 'or other disorder of the
stomarb betrayod by the filen of Invalid. The
himplexiou la tallow or faded. The eyes are
Mein In lustre and Intelligence. and there Is a worn.
ansioua expression In the whole maintenance which
tell no 'plainly as written words cefuld do, that the
Oval nourishlocr moan, Whose otfliss It Is to mitilster
to the wants of the bodY.and to suittnin and renew
all It, parts. le not performing Its dial . . It requires
renovating and regulating, and to accomplish this
end Itonetter'sfitomach Bittern may be truly sold
to he Ole one, thing needful. The , broken main
Fining of a watch ma, be replaced-by new one,
but the ,tomar.h an only be repodrod and he
ened. and alas Is one of the objects of the famous
Evegetable restorative which for eighteen yearn tuts
van waging a aussensful contest with drsPeloda
In all climate,. As species for Indigestion It
stand, alone. When the rreourcee of the pluirmo
edit wholesome and palatable. yet powerful,
stomachic effects a perfect and permanent' corr.
In all case, of drepopsla, the liver Is more or well
dinordered, and atom this Important gland; as well
a• upon the etionach and bowel, the Bitters art
with singular illstlrictnens. netruhtting and rtdavitt.
367 Liberty Street,
IRON AND WOOD WORKING
M_A_ol-11NER - Y , ,
Engineers' and Machinists' Tools,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Woolen Machinery, Machine Cards
tirMannfactn S ers• and AIM Sap•
piles. A constant supply on hand and
tarnished on short notice.
LEITER SIZE PRESSES.
CAP SIZE r9sactax4.
CARMINE AND GILT PRIGISILN.
WALNUT PRESS STAND.
,MANN'S COPYING BOOKS.
FRLNCII COPYING BOOKS.
NOTE SIZE COPYING BOOKS.
LETTER SIZE COPYING WOES,
CAP SIZE COPYING ROOKS.
ARNOLD'S COPYING FLUID.
SMITH'S COPYING FLUID.
YRENCII COPYING FLUID.
VIOLET COPYING FLIJID,
RUBBER COPYING SHEETS.
CAMEL' HAIR COPYING — BRUBRES.
WATER I BOWLS. CIILNA AND IRON .
J. L READ & SON
No. 102 Fourth Avenue.
TMPTipVED . •
It hu been In um. for thelast ale ynd never
felled In an single instance to Oro .7111,.Pattgal ,
lion to the purees...
When run to Motu!! espeirily.lt will oenl a tinehel
of Mantes In 'JO minute,
The Machine Is Cbeap, Simple. Durable and
It la the best "Terri Seeder in the "dirket. N
t orders Addresser" to
Will be Filled at
JOHN STEVENSON'S SONS
• & CO
• -• JEWELERS,
93 Market street, Pittsburgh.
(THIRD DOOR FROM FIFTH.)
Rave on hand s/1 the latest novelties In Final...
• clef; also Silver Meow and Miser Plated Ware of
"Valr:lllllt==°=ri. Fold and
sliver eases, Roth Key and Pendant Winners con-
EMantis on itandosa wall as a OW variety cf VW.
nv risdae of tali !Was Watch. Ineladirso Jar
. neon, Jacot Parrinraus.andrithers.
mist attention to one facilities for
o Wino One watches. To that
Ord gooda . i eW irnt=t;jrna . ra . tare
• 4r " . "
1 E IRGE BEAYFN
kin NUFACTURNII OF
Cream Candies and T; Hea l
And Dealer in Foreign and Domestic 'Frain..
Pickles, Jellies, Swoons, Catanpi, Note, ie..'
NO. 112 FEDERAL STREET,
- ALI:COHENS% PA,-
•WINE OF LIFE.—The great Blood
Punter and Delicious Winn, WAntiEltl3
'MUM TITAL. Olt WLitg Of LITIL Is heathen
VAT4lrre.Vrei...=cgr . rte 47•1=
appetiser ma loofa, and the engin lo the
world for patifylag the blood. IL Is the Most Ona.
manta delleions anion aver ofiord to the penile.
" b rrll y in ' or JatiVgr a=?:.
Bo male and emiale. roman eadoi." oo the
Wine of Life. It Is In fact. health peed ner.
non who wish to nil good free
rtrl f e! fr it islgettrt'filiinwentrl tat.
' Avg . =
I , l4 ,,,,,,,,,„r t. b. l . f . a b i= t rugratez espect.
tZWED. CONTRACTOR AND BUTLDED..
OFFICE. IB A S and IT SARDMIXT STRZFC.
Residene. logi FresouctSt..AllitsAA.T. •
JOSEPH R. HUNTER,
Also promyry orrumvir,
(fif.deluf of Munk Building,'
s. TINWARE. • '
c ""i9m x 9lnotni, a., ...es
ISO and 182 - Federal Street,
Itoort BA EGA/S. \ 111: NEW AVG.
Desirable Dry Goods.
19,A( ‘R - .
BL A CI( ST LKS,
V erg- Low Prices I
D.RESS: I O-00bS.
I.lmin and Plaid Japanese Hilka.
eans. Il Miemxed
mnles end P.Urenadthe, laid Japanese oplln,
Drown and Drab Dress Linens. very cheap.
Wll ite Goods
tUnped 1.44 Fluor 1 I . l•lUan.
Plain and P Sp laid nooks end Jaconeta.
Pinln anoted • wt..
light Yemure d n r and Matteis, at popular print,
('A sz+S I VIER ES,
Cottonades d Linen Drills.
Shelia! 1 Shawls,
ACE Jjs FL \ LS,
Light Summer. Shawls,
At Attractive Prices,
180 and 182
edema Street. Allegheny
E & CO'S.
ante Sale 01
Milli iery Goods,
'IRAS° S. Sri SHADES
Large dditions to Stock In
LACES AND ACE GOODS.
GAUZE UN .ERWEAR, •
DENTS' V' RNISITING GOODS.
HOSIER , GLOVES,
CiUIPU E LACES.
SASH AND BOW RIBBONS
,IND LINEN PANS,
At I ow Prices..
NE W IGOODS
7 AND 79 MARKET STREET
JOON O WOI 11. RICILARD DAYIn
WORKA AN & I DAVIS,
Summon, to WO RYAN, 1400 Mr. Z CO.. mom
haonrern ont Deal6rs In •
. .. ..
Carr is Buggies, ..
• • ... ...
SPRING. ' BUCK WAGONS.
41, 44, 46 au 18 Beater At., Allegheny.
Repairing neat' and y executed. On
for hew W rt tot ay to amod 5t741004
warranted to give ttsfacti n m 'WM Partimilait
prNewest style iof wort WWI on hand..
SOLE Ail IL•8 or the N rr Haven illmeJ Cam.
pears make of 9 EVINS PATENT WHEELS,
and liappl. Patentret 5 Nei end AnlidSattler
for Shafts. . .
tIL RICHARD D IS haring marchased the In
te WO RK MA N . . and Wm. It COIn the late limn
of..IIOOEN A CO., the imatiew will
hereafter he continued at the old ender the
name mad of rte of WORKMAN I DAVIS. Orden
&Rotted. . .. . . . . ...
- • •
atc SOlai ?il r an
Late wi th Citizens' National Barth. Plttabann.
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE CO,'
65 and 67 Sandusky St,Allegheny.
/Wlf &Hung hIshILZIJILITIAD WATER AND
SEWER PIP n. In CHYMNIT TOPS.
FLUES and HYDRAULIC CEVENT.
C. G. MenTELLEN, Agent.
HOLMES, BELL & CO.
Nlanot.turers M IIEAVT MTDIUK uLd LiGAT
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA
No.1:14 01110 AVENUE. ALLEGHENY CITY;
The undersigned has ageln taken licanesalon
of hie old ahem and stocked 11 with anon smart
merit of BOOTS 13110 ES AND GAITERS.
I Goods' as we ird prices will glee satiehtelSon.
Yoram patrone the ( ; . bl.le ore Monad to visit.
HOT AIR 8c CHIMNEY FLUES, U.
A Large and tell aesortimit sonstantly ea hand.
HENRY R. COLLINS,
133 SECOND AIMED/.
C R EAM.
nese in the ter. eon Went Na
WRSTEILN AYIiNTE, Alleateneraf.:,
feral the Part. Where If la pre old
orders In Malin°. Ills Want la some
w e for the consumers of in erenan. ...NU and It'
lie patronage la !solicited.
ww.. A. mioram.
L ADIES' DUSTIN I G CASE
• Gold Watches for $25.00
'WATTLES & SHEAFER'S,
JEWELRY STORE, 101 IFItTU AWRKIIIL -
Aloe,. Eno usottment of LADIES' and DINTS'
FINE GOLD INATVIIF_S and CHA I NS atth• sand
A oo unortment of CLOCKS and VANCE
GOODS nn band:
Mum ulre us a 0.11. lei
VISSOLUTION OF • CO•PARTNER.
BRIP. Tbe putttorsblp benitofore existing
D. P. Scott and'A. I. Scott,
tatiartbierm name sad stlle of
D. P. SCOTT & SON,
W. dismayed by mutual consent oo the In day of
m=ll l ,ha ke lm c azin o be.m os bl ha _to . .t. I. Scott,
PITMIIIIIGTI. Jan 17. ier
: liS7ll. L 2 =4"
PISSOLUTION. The co-pall
cz el l ktrar m igmb= l .lolll
name a J
7 . a W.
7.N IiPSICIt, mailman. nab
w e g ru uri man , n la Imaaaa 7
lockod • • 'MAW' *.
0 iP , V2M-1 Iki 2 1:44 (z) Nj. I 4 4:1
180 and, 182 Federal Street,
tiOOD STOCK. OF
Sash and Bow Ribbons,
At Primes Low oxCao be Found Anywhere.
Al L' ha. larue. and kiln.. HSIV.
At 740. full slow Lama Shawl,
' At 61.00.811 k Parasols. worth 61.1 J.
At (par., rut Colored Calicos.
At BK.. Light and Dark Colic.,
At I DA. all the Bert Make. of Callao,
At $l.OO for • pada Chlnta Calicos.
At 100,4-4 EltruitiodMutlln.st ruperioranacle.
At 1111.., Fast Colored Limns,
At visc.. Printed Mania and Alpaca, '
Al %W., Double Width Chene Mohair,. a hare*.
Gloves and Hosiery,
Green nod Blue Kid Gloves. ` •
Clark sod Colored Sid nod Lisle Thread Clore.
UM.% illssre' and Chlldreni
Merl Red Roy, Half
LAMES' AND GENTS•.
Collars. Cate. and Neckties, '
'Lace Collars and Handkerchiefs.
Hoop Skirts and Skeleton Corsets.
Ladles' and Children's Aprons and Suits
Hair Switches and Chignons.
Jet Jewelry, Pocket Books, Satchels. dr.
180 and 182 Federal Street, Alligheny
On a Par with Gold !
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
BITTTAB ADE OTVITZD TO
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO.,
N 0.115 Wood Street.
BUY THE= GENUINE,
O. N. T"
GEO. A. CLARK ,
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK
A? doe D.pwltanJmelet.~.6Jo.94J 93
InMelt due Deprallor,J one 1 Ft.
Cnatlngeotlund..lisete 15t...1870 lutes se
Loans on 'Bonds and Motgurm..llll.9 !IA it
Ati t gra b iM k :i..o" - p y
LT X, .t ne7M ..
055h14.0814t4. I Hi 1 °
In Ranks and on band 1 • 1
The undersigned. Auditing Committee, respect
lOU, •neport • that they have examined the Treaso-
CReport for the last six montits.endirghlay
IS7II. and have examined the /insets of the
W. t of Bends and - Blom Dear
gliseivablz_u. it. Ft Twent ' r Mx pewee t.
.63 and WY. U.S. Ad per emit. Bonds. 4181. and
a 1.141 Ranks and 00 hand. and End the satne to
conespoefi with the abrow report.
J. Jcll.LLltlini. A.
PITTIISMO. Juno fhb. IWO. -
The Trustees have declared %dividend of three
1 311.157 t i sVatiroritVir worn/J.lz
bear Interest fromilst Inst.
ARNSTHAL & SON
Virginia and Louisville
Pine Cut Chewing aid Smoking Mame,
Connellsville R. R.
tYlll ibe .01.1 to .JI Point. rlttlGong tod•
rone6ll.llllo nallro.4 t•Gotra the molar faze IS
forty,Mllllsl.ll oe merl no MX 410, good until Joll
D. D. ANGELI..
Est; Master of Traitspitllon.
C."" itL i tt n l c' Ffigs "ll l;tl7.lW:t " i •
N OTICE TO COFTRACTORS.—SeaI•
RIL PitoPosnLEl will De received at Mist:K
rim until With inst.. Inclusive, fug building ■ new
BRIDGE over McLaughlin's Ran. on th. toad
insding Dorn the Washington Pike to Bodoni, in
Lipper Rt. Clair township. Also for muting n new
WOODEN STEW:7IIRK ak the Bridal any
tile' nand leading grom Waddington
Pike Dr Thoinns foiline' _ Mtll , In Smith row.
Ey direction of County ComMisidonery.
I•lBy!}dAT FIZIKILY LAMBERT,
omen or Pas
corrs ommtagta tb
xiii a: . 1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OW Proposals sail bo rteeired stabls (Mee
pc" JULY 3. Inelaslse, for bollaft • NEW
11111 Dal; one Roblemates Eamon therm:IWO:VI
from SW:buy - We ta37 , 01.•t0 W. Plat
7•6•41. nearbase Walkares mW.• •
Elms and vectflestioas nu be seen on applies.
By alreetton of costais caroatisstozeris.:
Orme or Till
Cowhums= OP ALLINMIXT Cocrer...P.A..
g6011...11361:1 9 S. 2 571.
NOTICE TO COUNTY ASSESSORS.
Tree Boots toe the liatietretion of Vetere are
Eery ready far delivery at the oillee of the County .
Onnedieioners. Bertures*will be Malted within
the time pripsesibed by few, end 00 payment wilt
be me* unless the terms nt the low hr. Moray
Dy dlieetton of County Conunitslosiow
" es aPate and 'Ohio Railroad 4
The Chesapeake and Ohio
I• compiata.l Ynd rAnnlng frum RI( lISIOND. VA
to the colobratoo WHITE SULPHUR SPRO4O3.
attended In the Ohln rlrer. 200 miles further
making In ell 497 mile, \
In Its pnwren Westward. It penetnonn ural *Penn
up to =Ant the. WONDERFUL COAL. DEPOSITS
OF TILE EANAWDA REGION IN WENT
And thus brings [no .uperl or and altundsut
Coale of that motion Into contmonlotilon with the
When completed It hill connect the SUPERIOR.
HARBOR FACILITIES OF THE CLIFNA FRAU::
BAT with tellable enctentlon cm the Ohln tiver..d
thus with the ENTIRE PYSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND HATER TRANSPORTA77OI4 OF THE
GREAT WEST AND ROFTHWEST.
and will ohm:nand a LARGE. 511.4111 C OF THE
ENOIIIIO FltEicarys meeting . treneynnatlon le
the ...qt. •
LINES Q lIAILISOA I) In Inn ,ennnO4. and corn
wand a trade of linmense 'aloe.
The ennoiletod portion of tho thud It doing a
PROFITABLY: ANT. INCIIKABING . 1100INFIBB.
aue le fully equal In V3illf , to the whole amount of
the manage . upon the entire 1.1ne—111113,000,-
The loan of the etiefapealte and Ohio Railroad
eAtogany. Doing ti 'FIRST 'MORTGAGE UPON TUE
ENTIRE LINE, PRO rt:ItTY AND EQUIPMENTS,
WORTH WHEN COMPLETED AT LEAPT $30.-
000.000. Is Inerefore nneof the moatsubstantlal,
conaerratlye and fellable Hallo.' Loans e'er of
fered In the coarnet,nnd la peculiarly adapted to
Investors and Capitalists.
Who desire to instep their investments with the
most sstistsetory implosions a PORITIVE ANT
UNDOITB'rED Race MTV.
The Bonds see In denominations of
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO,
.4 may be bad COUPON or REGISTERED:
Interest Biz per oetat: per annum. peysWe MAY
let and NOV821(13E11 '
PRLYCIPAL AND MiIIeRPMT PAYABLE IN
GOLD IN THE CITY OF NSW TORR
Price 00 AND ACCRUED INTERFAT In Cur
which price they pal need, sTcrisri PER
CENT. IN GOLD en their com:
All Government Bonds arid otherSecurittersdeslt
In et the Stock Eninature nieelved In eseliniinge, at
their full nintltet 'tine. and Bonds sent to ell parts
of the oonntry. free of Pia - press ebitniree,
They tan be obtainedby ordering direct from
or through any responsible Bank or Banker in .7
pert of the country. , •
Fisk & Hatch,
No. 5 Nassau Street, New York
Maps, Pamphlets and full
information furnished upon ,
application in person or by ,
S..M2CLEA_N &. CO.,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
S l °
12t•" 8c CHESTNUT ST,
P RILADELPI 4I/.
13C4CCGIOrt . effftertj.
The reputation and experi
ence of 40 years, warrant us in
saying that our stock of Fine
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
' Inquiries protnytly replid to.
Watches forwardl . by Elms for approvaL
y13.900-ONE-HALF CASH, RE
=kinder in nye annual pay
ments, ...II purchase a new. twn story brie* boon
and lot,llve rooms and • cellar, mu and water an
.toreg, we/I 10111.11 In complete order, altnate on
Motio n street, corner of an Ile and near 1 , 1313
•en Apply to N. CUTIt /CRT NON.
3 Math avenue.
COAL AND CONE.
MORGAN' .& CO
C n NNELLSVILLE
At their COM Broad Ford, P. k C. R. B.
Offi6j, 142 WATER STREET,
1011 P TO ALL POINT%
BY • RAILROAD,
• And Deliver in the City,
CONNELLSVILLE COKE, .
yosiratogheny and Anthracite Coal
OFFICE : RODE No. 5, Gazelle Building,
fR' Orders respectfully solicited. spEcrtl
YOUGHIOGHENY GAS COAL CO.
The Coespaoy an now wowed to furnish the
best Coal of any Ass or quantity. AT YAM HATE&
Office and Yard ad.lotnlng the Crronsllsvnts
tad Depot, foot of Tel Street. Pittabtirgh.
Orders addressed to either Mines. West Newi4 . ,n,
Ps, or to Tent 0111 he Dmmotly ittinded to..
SC P. 0111ER14. Seeretam
Charles H. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Connellsville Coa
And Ifanufsgetaref of •
COAL, BLACK MID DIOIULPOUILIZED 00101.
OPTICS AM) TAM oorner Butler and Morton
Onsets, Liberty and Clr streets, Ninth ward;
elm. Second street. 'Eighth yme ward, and al. foot or
Boas street, P. it C. IL IL Depot. Savona
Orders left atelther or the IMO , e °Mors, or 'ad
dressed to me thinoith Pittstanah P.oo. lll Peneleti
Serer to admen Tam atipplytem Meier, Wells .11
Co.. Wra. Smith. Union Ion! Stills. S. S. Fontom a
CoMaisel. Btei zr ezini t ic.. ., Preelit Co, Watt
Reesa . ratr /Mull? Wen. ° k. Mier
ar L a"CV` 157f,nrpl u ilti, & c= Al.
vine rt e . II!„, Pennsylvania IL Allentien7
COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL !! !
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
reenoved their 0111 c• to
No. 567 Liberty Street,
CrAw7 City Flour )you) SECOND FLOOR,
cirognanir l r ° co h lrolletiNV l St
k r i oaterfiloo.or gmildisseed to UM.
nomad thateall,llllll4llll.loolll4 b FR0V.1417,
. . • Cos*rangy
CARP . = 'OIL CLOTHS,
1 , CARPETS.
COMM° CARPETS .
C.Cvrs. rEII TART.
ArCALLI T NI.
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U , NOW BE PAD AT
71 AND 73 FIFTH ATE.
hV a t 7 , tro Latin, mina, and plow • many W
Brussels and. Ingrains,
At len than Rest eon. Cell nee and int the the lee
Fine, Medium and Common
Oar Sleek le the largest we hail
eTer offered to the trade.
Bovard,,E,ose & Co,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
New Rooms! New Goods!
. We have lemon:meted the opening nr our Neel
Rooms with the
FINEST DISPLAY OF
Ever Offered, in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINE ISSI.
OLIVER MeCLINTOCK 16
23 Fifth Avenue. ~
' Manufacturers of SPRING. and IrOBIL
MATTRIMMIS. Feather Bolsters sand Pillows.
Church Cushions. Condos Mon Mimi end all Singe
of Upholsters wait AISO. dealers In Window,
Shades. Buff, Groan and White Itonand,, Cords.
Tassels, ks. Particular .1411 Non Is Oran to
lug up, cleaning and , altering arnsestar.
ws,Ssem - lEefir f
.rwisarl6ll74o feel alums! the wises &mew;
*erred end the goods Munro hly freed lima ell
dust end Teriliti. The prior or Weaning has been
gra.rireduced. Our Good. free . !nores call for and de.
HOBBITS, NICHOLSON k THOMPSON,
team Carpet Dentin
NO: 127 WOOD
Of all C
ON EFAND AND FO
ANCHOR • COTT I
100 WOOD ST
1111.VICR PLATED 000
R,. E. BRErn & CO.,
100 WOOD STREM-7
REYNOLDS STEEN & Co.,
124 Wood ti.e,et.
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gag Nell, CHINA, FINK CUD GLASS AND
91 - teensv)are.-:
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