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THE DAI GAZETTE.
oris IC AL P A PLR •
Of Pittsburgh, Ilegheny City and
WEDNESDAY. JULY 13. 1870
°OLD clamed-In New York on yesterday
at 1181. .
AND lIVMMERS" are the polite
words used by the Commercial to. desig
nate those who will not toss up their. hats
In favor of the sickly third 'party move
ment. 'The mop of .thnize and bum
mer*" will be found In be quite large
most, fall, • •
DUIIDICI the past isar 402,890,934 acres
Of public lands have been disposed of by
Con Eras and tinder the operation of the
inotuestead,law. Lew than One-thirtieth .
'of the deteate Went to actual settlers, the
remaindev„being given away to States,
soldiers, rllwaTc. etc.. Last November
there were 1,026,7511.ra1d acres left exclu
sive of Alasktt. Not more ihmi._soo,ooo,-.
000 amen of this remainder of the public
territory 01 fit for aettlement and minima-
Oen. The grants at this seasioti of Con
gress will probably reach. if they do .not
elleeed, 80,01)0,000 acres, leaving but 440;
060,1000 for purehase and pre-emption.
Ivtltli roect..ut 'ult.!. of the.people
wu coismlted oe heeded, the pitiful pen.
alai asked by the , wife of President
cola would ,be granted. It. may suit the
purposes of mute political journals to
pietnrethe. widoW of our most beloved
and lamented - of Presidents, as in of
and wealth, but she' is actually in need,
aparlayzed, pawl:tit -emend indigent woman
supported out of private charity. If the
Senate meatus not to award. her the small
stipend requested, let the matter be
dropped. so that she will be secure from
the taunting Insults brought' nut in the
discuaaion'of the question, and will tarn
elsewhere for charity.
Tux Commercial has found several
farmersiin the country districts of course,
who write consoling letters to It regard
lug the third' party movement. Having
disoovertsi that the party in the city would
take no 'stock In the new orgaoliation
our contemporary turns to the rural dis
'Acta for succor, and the "letter. grinder"
of the establishmentthe most iibiqui
tons chap we know, sometimes • Phila.
datphis, then in - Harrisburg , thew Hunt
ingdon, then Beaver, and so on—is called
to frame nicely worded sentiments from
Imaginary plow drivers. It wont do.
The, farmers are true, and faithful to the
Republican party and have ton touch\ solid
agrleoltural knowledge to be deceived With
THE WAR CLOUD
The Wet cloud in Europe seems to be
dissipating . and the prosywcte for peace
ant"gdod. Hilig Wilitata;'of Piussia, s has
furnished FraVAC with a Concesthin. with
dratrittltdi sanction front Prince Leopold
the heed of the House of Hohenzollern,
but at King of Prussia he offers no apolo
gy, and retest.* to interfere with the
Spanish complication. This reply of the
I;ing Would doubtless have somewhat ap.
pealed the French . Emperor's cry for
blood, but would not have made peace
certain. However, the withdrawal of the
Prints hiniself from the earididature, and
'the improbability that annthei Prussian
prince will be called to rule over
Spain, render the preinitie that there
will -be no immediate i , . war quite
reasonable and certain. France is anxious
for a tilt with Prussia and doubtless will
seek a new way to bring it about, for
peace at this critical time while the gun
powder element of French Society Is ready
to explode either. in riot. revolution or
win.. la dangerous to the Nepoleonle dy
nasty. It Is hard to say what another day
may hrhig about. The peaceful notion
of the Spanish complication, so far as
Prussia Is concerned, which now seems
accouipliahed, may not please tl n impe
nor Or accord with.llls schemes,i and to
' morrow' may bring a greater entangle
ment and the war Cloud may gro* darker
and darker. •
HMS OF THE REFO ' .
Bin the Convention of "The True-'
some,' crreibly*thar ever in th truth
imp - upon no, that the prime
MOITTSiIi the matter are either 1 is or
knavei— J or both : fools to think of id
lug their own political livei l in sucli a ven
ture, and knaves in carrying It out. To
attempt:to tiski. corrupticii . where wino
inists, and then reform it4iiiiiit not such
kicking against the traceulbe necenearily.
bard? Having launched 'the heresy be
ion' mall, to attempt to carry It through
name Which' they assume, an insult to the
people whom they profess to represent, •
In the face of all decency!
. he movement from the first day of its
PublieSY, uhowe.tl that cloven foot. We
hwie no ijuerrel with the many honorable
names attached to the original call. They
Wentousinulotedis 'sincere, and. with equal
certainty, we must think. were played
upon by the minket; in the' gnu_ts (the, pros.
cut Smithfield coterie) who. am now try:.
In gi tosilme the party over With poison.
With these latter. is our g-levanro I on
their heads must rent the conaequences of
the present threatened disruption of oar
But sea the duplicity of the dunces:
they promise a purely popular mOvement,
and give a.. miserable Star Chamber "ma
sker A few legitimate delegates had the
manhood to speak out and to the point,
bat were smothered up at once, in ace:or--
dame with the pre-arrangement of things.
nhis 'Oiarention was called for a pup.
poser Of course It was. The "purpose"
is thaiespect that makes calamity -of the
while Conventhin: When tho7masses
felled to see the crying canoe ;for; the
abintionment of the old and 'the creation
cd it -new perty. the icadaret t nand that
they - would have . to bring forward
their-reserve of desperation. and
force an end, which they did. 'Tod?.
reign, put money'in' thy puree; honestly,
-if thou .can'M, but- put money in thy
purse." It was not the intention that
.anything shouldbe done outside the ring
that .clicles like a serpent round tho tri-
pod.o; the Commercial's sanctum. Hence.
the three tallore of Tooloy suet—or
-Stddraeli!l. , -imoceetied to pmnounee for in the treasury should seerm, to the.
„Allegheny. and the Republican party gets' benefit of the taxpayer. Three hundred
orally, When they tnight,have consulted" timusaad dollars—the Inwest estimate of
at least ten eligible men. they organied the uneipended balance which in con,
a new - rierty,hrougld out new candidates, * staidly in the Treasury—at five and a half
. monner of conducting pri!.
.per cent, would net to, the city, annual-
Mary.sneetings,, - and attended to various ly e the handsome sum of. sixteen thousand
:other. diddle, quite on their own heck five hundred delis:re: This Is the city's
"toe prospective "boohingt.") • propeity and none; witateverlds official
- This all accompliehed, one more reeal• position, has a eight.to appropriate, it to
sit4/" .. abese ' remain" 'to complete their his awn , itin and,beaefit. It may be that
workof ruin and reform—votes! There there is defective . legislation 9,,nri the
is the rub. We venture to' assert here entdeet,but„lf there le, the matter should
that the third parliqwhat a paltry affair. lie remedied at mice, w that the people
that It cannot afford a definite name!) and may not sear, and the city my 1 * telle r.
wer . lrive. -It as our opinion now that ed from . constant litigation end useless
this new political minority, .hanging- on expenditure in relation to it.
the large of the Republican party, will It Ls our opinion -that, to piety of the
not between this and the _ . legitimate eon. imporfanee Of the subJect,the Coturtshould.
Tendon In.dugast,gain seventeen recruits have rendered Its decision before this.
'to its renks,becatute It lute neither flag The citizens should not be kept' long in
nor fume. Anti as for the fate 'of the doubt and anxiety about a matter which
Mongrel after that time, they regular
be;ag master of the situ..
tinu, run easily settle that,
So that the True Movement ends as it
began—in funs. fume and fraud. Their
platform and nominees are
. 111 - good
enough; but they mold have lived and
moved and ,hall• their being irixide the
party to infinitely better-Advantage on
all hands than in their present ni'ckly at
mosphere. The corruption of- 4te old
party is their great grief WhY amid
they not remain with or. and;'lihe real
_good Simatitann, go about kiting us of
our leptintr Abandonment can sere
nothing-4f salvation in what they want.
for they pay nothing about it in their
platform. 0. no! not a word about pre.
%erring the integrity Of the party. That.
we suppose, in a "secondary cnnoideratlnn.
Only give tot i'offla." whether by Republi,
am or pemocratic vote!! The party can
!Mitt for itaeli we are going to look out
for No. 1.•
‘Mutt a consummate piece of assininity
thin whole movement is; anyhnw ; It is
the very echo of the recent Fenian raid into
Canada. And yet, as the latter caused our
neighbors much ueedlens and anxiety and
ineolivanieare, so these puriAying . raids
are endeavoring to" place us in the same
situation. We have no fear as to the re
auk, the people are not IP demented that,
the,' altonld countenance any oath bung
ling tiLlltical fraud as the one in question.
'Only they want indemnity from those pi.
riodiral nuisances, and propose to have it,
it there is any virtue in votes.
The party today is-the same grand
army of ten years ago, only that, as when
the troubled waters become calm, the deep
soul of the body roux in peace, throwing
the scum trillte surface. They will cope
nut of thefr slumber now,' and east the
scum clear ofi. That will he all—a silent
revolution, and, therefore, an etrective one.
Let all good Republicans think of them
things. Be not alarmed at these howling
dervishes; click to the old ship and do
your duty, and all will be well. It is a
ruse of thc; old enemy, the Demoemey—
.but you have met him before—he comes
in all manner of shipes—even as the
...lolipa" sometimes came, in the rnion
blue. ' You know your duty.
Early In the present year. an ordinance
was passed, by Councils requiring the
City Treasurer to deposit on interest,
from time toltime, for the benefit of the I
taxpayers, such surds as might : remain
suspended in 'the Treasury. In accord'
once with the prevision of this ordinance
the Controller invited the different mon
ied institutions in the city to put In bids
for the use of the funds. Some of the
batiks bill as high as five and a half per
cent., and their offer having been accepted
by Councils they. went so far as to file
bonds with tiro' Pittance Committee as se
curity far the monekys that might be de
suited with them, or entrusted , to them
for their one. This wu a wise provision
of Councils, looking toward the relief of,
the traplLyelli, and the snort economi
cal mazirgement of the city fintnees al
though thei: have been denounced by
some of the city prints, professingto have
Republican proclivities, a. -thug." and
"burnmera"--thievea and robbers.
The City.Tpisaurer refused to comply
with the terms of the ordinance, and
claimed that as ha was responsible for the
safe keeping of thy feeds of the city, he
had a right to deposit them wherever lie
chose. After his refusal to comply with
the requirements bat Conicils, the City
Solicitor on their behalf applied to the
Court of Common Pleas for a writ of
mandamus , . commasuilag him to deposit
the hinds in his Lands b such banks as
had been elected by them as public depos
itaries. The cue was ably argued before
a full Bench on the fourth day Of June
kat. but as yet no decision has been given
by the. Court.
Owing perhaps to the dilatarineas of the .
Court of Common Pleas in rendering their
decision, the matter has ass•med another
phase-. - A member of Councils' from the
Twentieth ward, and a practising attorney
at the Bar et Allegheny county, is about
to file a Bill in Equity In the District
Court, in his own right, Arad in behalf of
the citizeill r and tax paytrs of the city of
Pittsburgh who may unite with Lim,
praying that a decree maybe made deciar
l ing the appropriation ordinance for the
year 1870, to be null and void. :and
no binding force or effect, isid that a
preliminary injunction may be Granted re
straining the Treasurer from collecting
the taxes., which. It is alleged, have been
The ground's upon , which the Bill in
Equity is bawd and the Injunction prayed
for, are in substance that the city charter
and the act of Assembly under whirls
Pittsburgh wars erected into a municipal
corporation, require that all ordinances,
whether for the appropriation of moneys
or other objects, shall be read three dif
ferent days before their final passage, nn
less the rules shall have been suspended
,y &Note of three4mirthe of the mem
hers 14-moot. These requirements, it iss
alleged, were not complied with. The
ordinance was introduced, and passed! fin
ally the same day without a suspension
of the rules. The "orator" lurtiser al
leges that the Councils of. Pittrasurgh
have no right to arisenr. levy and collect
taxes to pay the current expenses of the
city while there irs. sum amply suMeinnt
to do so in the Treanury. The estimated
expenditure of the city for 1870, to $899,-
700. The estimated amount of receipts
from Indirect taxation is $315,700, which,
with the sum of $400.208.80 in the Treas
ury on the 31st of •Jarmary last, and the
further man of $40,010 of the public
funds in the hands of In B. McVay dr. Co.,
bankers—total, 4755,908,86—M more than
'sufficient to meet all the necessary ex
pensesMid liabilities cril the corporation
for the current year. •
The matter, as all matters relating to
taxes and monetary affairs do, louepro.
duced no little excilliement. And it is not
to be wondered at taut alms. The trust
of the people's massy to a sacred our.
and any system by which it is squandered
Should . be - broken up Ind destroyed. We
have always sdrOcated retrenchment and
reform, and The correction of abuses
wherever thcay have existed. We see no
reason %qty the city should furnish any
man with a capital of from three to four
hundMii thousand dollars for the purpose
of advancing his own personal vim
disetnents. We are in favor of the eco
nomical espcpulituns of the city's money
of all time. slid in all amee,and held that
- whatever interest is derived from
the sr:Caw:dation of her finances
PITTSBURGH . DAILY GAZETTE : . WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1870.
they are so" deeply interested. If thd
Treasurer in acting in contraventan of
of law, or legislation on the subject is dtt-
fective, the Court should ray ;:o at mice,
in order that the - proper remedy may
be sought for and . obtained. We_
am stultifying. ourselves 1 before the
world by our constant hi lterings and
cries of corruption All n ceAsary sate _
guards and restraints rho Id be thrown
around our public treasuri s, so that our
poople may have secured t them the en
joyment of their rights. an be preserved
from plunder and extortion i whether they
intentionally or Unintentionally
tted. We nal: then ti. a 'matter of
justice and expediency, that the decision
of the court be reudermlim iediately, that
every proper and Ilree,flar) step may be
taketi at once to secure +tnny in the
management and distribUtion of the city
tinrinces. We are in fasor of the most
radical reform, and let all who ,are willing
to aid as in securing it nod N ave i t in
their power to do it, speak out fully and
boldly, Delays in such m tens; are
fraught with great danger, an 4 we pro.
clainrouraelves to be in favor o the moat
prompt end effective action.
Th. lighting resourcesof the 'two conu- -
trh,s, which events now• rapidly gathering
mac plunge into a. war of gigantic - pro
portione, are ample jar a lengthy continu
ance of the strife if oid.r , began. Prance,
the military Colosimo of the Wesi , ,
according to the latent and most neonate
ntivices. 414.63'2 soldiers on the peace
. .• • -
footing. 011,271 of .a field stmt-, or 1,350.:
000 teen In all for 'entire - ordinary war
strength. Of these, 370,00(1then are ready
to march at the tap of the drum: Aus
tria. who is looked, upon as the ally of
France in this emote, has 278.4:0 men on
~the lieace establishment, 848.700 of a war
strength, or 300,000. fully prepared to
move. If the group of South fierman
Sutton should be found on the same side, -
they have Grua() men on the peace, or
111-1,4141 nn the war footing, with 107,000 '
of this number ready for instant ss.rvlce:
Socha coalition would give Napoleon the
control of 777.000 fighting men at-once,
with a reserve of 1,5917,000 trained soldiers.
On the other hand Prussia has 120,000
men on the peace or 1,266.000 on the war
footing, with 300,000 now ready for open,
tionson her western frontier. North Oer
many, going with Prussia, him 315,5213 on
the peace, 5.11.1498 on the field or 944,321
satire war footing, of which 540,000 ore.
instantly available. Thin would place at
Bismarck's disposal 846.000 men ready at
once, an 111,34141121 in reserve, or 00,000
231,7.1 less than the French alliance.
Should Southern Germany lend a helping
hand to Prussia she would have iso,oou
men, or 175,000 more than France, to move
at once. This would leave Prussiestill .a
reserve of 1,441,797 men, or only 154,379
less than that of France and Aastria coa
The French fleet on the let of January,
1859, was composed as follows:
Screw steamers, I.WC
Screw stew:nem nee-Iron-clad. .=3 2,61
Wheel steareors 51 lle
Selling Vessels. ... ... .....100 914
Besides these there were
steamers, iron-clod, with sirty-eight guns.
and twenty-three non-iron-clad, with one
hundred and forty form guns, building.
The Prussian navy is as follows: •
. 9 R.
Frigates an corvettes
. .. . . .
The heaviest Freneli vessels am the
Magenta and Soltem°. each of 1.000
horse power and carrying S 2 Funs. and
the Dunderberg. al. of 1000 horse, s,wer
but carrying but 10 gun.. Of the
ciao weasels the King William and
Renown are the largest, being of 5,930
tone and 7,r,00 tone respectively.' The
tomer, which is considered the moat for.
midable vessel afloat, was built In Eng.
land for tbe Sultan. of Turkey, but as he
could not pay it wan snapped up by the
Pruasians. The armament consists of
' twentythree guns of the heatleet calibre
known.- manufactured of the famous
'Krupp steel, at the works in Westphalia.
The steam power is 1.150 horse, the crew
COO men. The Renown is leas heavily
armored, and has only 1,200 him,. power,
with an armament oi 'four 11-inch Runs.
.ix 90 pounders, twelve 72. pounders, and
twelve 24-pounders on the upper deck.
A Miracle Not Successful
We are indebted to the Garlenlnithe for
the following account of a Papal miracle
-Shortly after Easter an event occurred
in Rome which had but fen witnesses.
4d has since been cautiously and timidly
whispered through the st reets. As it.
however, throws an interesting light on
the Mate of things in the Eternal City,
andon the views of the Pope regarding
his own person and odic., it deserves to
be known in Germany. The scene Is at
Monte Mars, in the neighborhood of Villa
kfelinl. Leaning heavily on the arm of
an attendant the Pope climbed the steep
ascent, the impersonation of corporeal
weakness and decrepitude. Every road
and path about Rome is constantly be
sieges' by beggars. The blind, the halt,
and the su&rers from the terrible mala
ria solicit everywhere the charity of the
passer-by. Among a troop of mendicants,
there w.. 1, one lame of both feet, who
seemed to have a particutar claim to the
compassion of the benevolent. M. his
Holiness drew near, the Withered cottnte
nance of the beggar . brightened up; he
raised his hands, and every feature seem
ed to say; 'Master, have pity on me!'
Pope Pius went up to him, and when we
recollect him very decided prilehant for
miraclbe, and his firm conviction that he
himself is a wonderful instrument of
Divine Providence, we mu easily compre
hend the • sequel. Profoundly agltat•
ed, he raised -his hands, and said
ti the infirm mendiaint ; _Wee,
take up thy bed and walk!' It is
hardly possible to form an -idea of the
effect produced on the poor sufferer by
these, words hooting from the mouth of
infallibility. lie stood a moment as If
eleetrified, and then with sparkling eyes
sprang up, and , advanced two or three
paces. • Thes•ainntentritce of the Pope
beamed with - rapture., but in a few
monads theeeemingly healed beggar fell
heavily to the ground. Like a soldier
proming•forward with desperate energy
to the attach of an inexpugnable fortress,
the Pontiff cried a second time: 'Arise
and Walk !* . but when the patient sprang
up again only to fall dots* . anew, the
hands of the Pope trembled, his voice be•
came hoarse, and ho repeated the command
a third time stammering. Yet another
convulsive effort, and the eyes of the hall
savage and filthy Lazarus revealed horri
bly all his suffering and hiss disappoint
ment. The face of Pope Pius became
deadly pale, and he was borne, half faint
ing, to his carriage. In another moment
the vehicle was rolling , away at a. furious
pace, while.. the unfortuturie mendicant
11 40. writhing
na, iizohi . This a.
highly cluriacterintic of Pius IX. ills
selfasstuned omnipotence and his mania
for personal infallibility are in him not
policy, but earnest conviction, though his
undoubting faith in himself has no doubt
Ibeen dexterously made subservient to the
favorite'pnlicy of others." . •
COIIRE4POICDF.NTS from Vienna give
11104 dtplbrable picture of the corruption
existing in the higher official circles of
Austria. They represent the state of the
SovernmPot about as bad as under Louis
XV% in France. No advancement is preen
ble,inaless secured through the influence
of.the mistresses of some of the ruling
&miters. They sell, in a shameless man.
publicly, positions in the
army and:alms of trust. Among the. In
stances quoted is that of the Consul lien.
eral of Austria to Egypt. This roan. who
receives an annual salary of twenty thou.
sand guilders, is known to receive a simi•
llar sum from the Viceroy of Egypt. One
pf the Judges of the Supreme Court, Ilol•
path Schwab, who obtained hie position
throughlhe influence of one of the frail
ladies that rule there, was recently son.
!tented to the penitentiary
for fraud, be
',cause his many actions of dishonesty had
!become too glaring. The man who stands
at the head of the railroad enterprises , in
Austria, appointed by the lion,rnment,
was dishonorably discharged from the
State service, years ago, for gross
Lion, and his fist subaltern has been pun.
ished for theft. One of the managers of
the Imperial Treasury used to be a com-
Mon police spy. Ana many more such in
stances could be given.
Tilit New Bedford merchants are Raid
be about to pursue; the whale 6aberloa
tb renewed energy.
FARM, GABP.ES AND-HOUSEHOLD.
FARMERS 5Z0i.1.13 T
Said ono of the oldest nod most mice...
ful fartnirre in this State "I do not mire
to have my men get tip before five or half , '
past five in the morning, and if they go to
bed early and sleep soundly they will do
Mere work than if they' had got spat
four us lialf.past four." We don't believe
in the eight hour late, but nevertheless
are inclined to think that. •as -a general
Yule; we work too many hours on a farm.
'Tlee best man we ever had to , dig ditches
seLlom wor k N i, when digging ity the rod.
mow than nine 'mai a day. And it is so
'in chopping wood by the core: the• men
who accomplish the most, work the fewest
hours. They bring all their brains and
muscle lute exercise, and make every blow
tell. A slow, plodding Dutchiunn may
turita grindstone or a fanning mill better
than an energetic.,Yankre; but thin kind
'of work Is now done mostly IT home
power, and the -fanner needs, ahoy*, all
else, a clear bead, with all his faculties of
mind light and active, and under complete
Much, of course, depends on tempera.
ment, but, as a rule, such men nets( sound
sleep and plenty of it. When A boy on a
farm. we were told that Napoleon 'needed
only four hours' sleep/ and the old non
sense of "five for a num, six for a }roman,
and smven for a ftiol."/ wan often quoted.
But the. truth if. that Napoleon W. ru '
Rbled in a great 'Measure to Wompiibh
what he did from the faculty of sleeping
tioundly-of .slerping when he slept and.
working When NI worked. We have sat
in one of his favoritit traveling carriages,
and it wan so arrango that he could lie
down at full length; and when lashing
through the country an - fast as eight
horses, frequently changed, could carry
him, he slept sonndly, and, when he ar
rived at his destination was an fresh as if
he bad just risen from a bed of down.
Let farmers, and especially farmers' boys,
have plenty to cat, nothing to "drink,"
and all the sleep they ran take.L-Amer.
We hold the same opinion now that we
have for twenty.five years. that as a rule
the transplanting of celery is deferred to
too late a period: In nine eases nut of ten
there is not time enough allowed to fully
develop the crop. Will not the experience
of nearly every one affirm thin; another'
mistake is shown in netting the plants too
near the surface of the ground, rendering
the banking up difficult and deficient.
We greatly prefenhe.old way in vogue
since the first cultivation of celery in this
country; It is ,to .dig trenches full ten
inches deep !Air up the Subsoil thorough
; mitt with plenty of, short ; well rotted
yard manure; ma the plants; water t wice
a day; cover with boards to protect from
sun six or seven hours ralty, say front ti
40 4, until the plants two well established;
then apply manure daily, In the absence
of rain, until tilling henna banking up of
the earth begins.. •
The plants for early use—for the litter
part of November and through December
—should be set the last week- In June;
and all the rest by the middle of July.
Many persons cultivate celery In double
or tripple rows. This &Rai well 'enough
where ground is scarce; but where _there
is plenty of room single rows are to be
preferred, even though the plants are net
closer together than usual. We have
b. celery by the 'single row system.
three feet and a half in length by.the - end
of September. —Germantown Teltgraph
This destrective worm in the ham ,
fruit raieere and farmer,'. Do what they
will or cam they do not anent to be able to
check the damage it does. Many thous
andsii of bushels of fruit an rain are de
stroyed every year by it. and ow to men.
terart its mischief his puzzled the brains
of many for years and years. :dr. Wil
liam - Young, gardener, whose flower and
fruit garden is at Nm. 295 and 247 North
TWelftit street. thinks - the mischief done
by the curculio could be very materially
abridged. if not entirely eradicated, in a
very simple manner. ale estimates the
quantity of mirculio inn elngle quart of
fruit at dlet, n!ri.! in a bushel at the ,enor
moue numbct of 1-1.000 Mr. Young has
need hie remedy in the case ofd - number
of his own fruit trees, with great success.
He picks up the fallen fruit. or Wink,
the tree and the fruit infested will the
eurculio falls at once to the almond, nn
then be borne it. Fire to -il
only enemy and destroyer of - the curcullo
that he knows of. The infected fallen
fruit being left upon the ground, the cur
rutin spreads and multiplies to an incalmy
bible extent. His remedy is certainly e
very cheap and simple one, and it will do
no harm to give it a trial. He has been
engaged as a gardener and fruit raiser for
many years. and . bas made the thing a
study. Last year he loot about one hun
dred bushels of fruit. Where he picked
up the fallen fruit anti destroyed it by
fire. those trees give evide'nee of the
soundest and best fruit, and where lie did
not, his experience .of former years will
again he the came this year.
CUI'EI.TT TO ANIMAI.I3--"llAtioiNo - sows.
BY 3.11 - ZzLrno THEIII CALVE",
John Kennedy. of Port Kennedy. Mont
gomery County. was last week .arraigned
on the above charge. before 'Squire Sam
uel Thomas. of Norristown, at the instance
of James Kilpatrick. agent for the Penn
sylvania Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals. The - plaintiff,' and
Mr. A. L. \\ illinms. clerk, teetifled to bay"-
ing counted, en Thuriday, May 12. thirty
calves upon his- premises and belonging
to him. all tightly muzzled,• to prevent
them from euckintr. and that both the
calves and the cows evidently suffered
graatly In connoptence. . Th., defendant
was fined CM, being 4110 for each of the
enlyett.• lie appealed from the decision,
and was held In $l,OlO to answer at Court.
As at present advised we • believe thin
arrest in unwarranted. Every farmer
stables-his calf and puts the mother to
paeture. Muzzling is the 'tame thing.
The puichaser is as' much Interested as'
the seller In geeing the udder filled. The
Norristown independent nays it trust's Mc.
Kennedy will be able to vindicate himself
in all criminalitrin the matter above re
ferred to by our vibe correspondent, for he
bears in this ournmuhity an unimpeachable
character. This arrest being the first In
that county under the act of March 20,
18119, has created eonalderahla ouriteptent.
THE. CABBAOR FLEA:
An exchange says: Thin dentructive lit
tle Insect in becoming very abundant, and
eonniderable care in . required to keep it,
in check. Young cucumbers, cabbages ,
tomatoes," and several kinds of veget
ablen, are, its natural food. and while ll c ie
p are young this flea dorm th m
much injury, even if it does not, entirely
destmy them. We have tried marl
remedies, but none has been so effectu I
in destroying or driving away the pen P
an dry wood aril. scattered over tl e
plants In -the morning - while wet wi h
dew. Two or three applications ha e
usually been su ffi cient. There are neve I
apecies of theme infects (Miltiens) that in
fest our gardens, but the small one that
infests vegetable plants can easily be con.
trolled - with ashes or lime, applied tia
directed. • .
1 WASHES FOR FIWIT
Twice a year, at least, every fruit trot
in the orchard should be iv:visited with
some liquid, strong enough to-destiny the
eggs aqd pupa of insects, and the roots
and spores of moseoland fungi. In tteing
doodle lye for the lAleatructlon. of bark
lire. several lwroodio have killed their
trees, as sometimes the bark Junta black
and peels off after the application of this
wools, and the death: , of them tree follows.
Lime-whitewash is recommended by some
persons, but it is Unsightly and dhoti.
proved of by the most experienced fruit
growers; soap suds are harmless, but are
too mild for that which the application in re
quired. The, most suitable wash is a so
lution of common - sal-soda In the proper.
Sion of one pound of soda to a gallon of
I water. Rain water is the best for this
purpose. This wash will not injure the
bark, but will kill the eggs or pupeof
sects and 'will clear sway mosses, etc. It
will remove dead - bark and produce a
healthy surface:— Western -Rural.
CITT MUFF Tlsg9.
During the grapeocason,says the Phil
adelphia P.'rentog Star. we have very fro.
gauntly observed, in various sections of
the city, grape vines literally loaded with
stunted fruit. which never .ripens, and of
which, it could bare been truthfully said
by the fox In the fable, "Ton are sour."
While in some cases this main of unripe
and uneatable fruit may . . be the result of
the injudicious treatment of the vines In
Pinang, manuring. etc., it Is generally
caused by a want of proper attention to
the thinning out of the bunches early In
the season. Owners of grape vines are ,
loth to remove a single berry, much leas a
bunch, hoping and believing that all will
eventually come to the perfection of- lip! ,
neon. But thin is an error. There Is such
a thing as a vino.-producing more fruit
than it canmatrfre. The amateur cultiva
tor, as he gist:meal& eye over the lux
uriant bunches, cannot be 'peri l naded to
believe that'he shall fail to got I hounti
,ful crop of lucloub fruit. But when the
season for ripening arrives • instead of
finely developed and 'welt flavored
rice,lM has the morti cation of beholding
masses' of dwarf 1, cites, composed of
grapes with acid enou 11 to make a pig
squeal. 'Fruits of all kinds require, for
their full development, light, air, warmth
putt room. . Thinning out the hunches
not only improves tit el size and color of
the grape, but the flavor also. Another
objection to alloivingkrapes to be crowd
ed in chimers is their liability to he at
tacked by insects and disease. If perfect
fruit iii - cooled, a vine \ bould not be re
quited fir i,rry a great r quantity than it
can inst.., properly; an if city growers
will bear thia fact in mi d. and when the
young 'giiipes appear, then , •thin out 111 ,
vorely, they will be rewarded for the first
sacrifice by, larger awl better flavored
•HIT AND GONE
In Yonkers village dwelt a youth •
titgeTvrgia p e i l7,l T a a n n d d r ' orl h l name
lied won hent 'ma. him and Fame.
The n Walked the good, so walkwd be
arrow pah of piety:
With him the r ite took no delights
renderveming 'round o' nigh..
'Tie thought the angels pined to Mei
Our hem In eternity s.
Forgetting, In their has., the dearth
Of ouch like wa this wicked earth.)
Ali es he went along tiro stnisit
No .011 thinking for to meat.
black and tan, with cruel spite.
Flew at hts leg and tent a bite.
ile sees h. tattered jumtaloOnS
s nn the around he tly soon
Ands Pill tin hint no gen they w Sat
From fear nt hydnt.phnbl..a.
Oh wicked dog with wicked tooth'
For thus to Oho thiS lovely youth :
0 , very wick police-man:
Who muzzled ed
n of this black and taw.
Beneath a solemn Inners) pall
They bore Mai. apectarlea and all
With hearts boar wad 0. very. and
Unto the Nunkere eeeoe-t•erf•
Alas!thad 'strychnine catue too late
Nextre the youth from tomb rata,'
week live dogs went srarce around
And ..ttaae tell a cunt a pound.
LOOK AT THIN LINT OF . HAIR PRILYAR
lting'S Ambrosia, Sterllng's Ambrosia.
Ayer'• Rate Vigor. Burnett', Hale Renewer.
Upham , Curling Fluid. Barry , 'rr
Thlhhrtt'r. Allen's, Woods', Cientelnn, Spaid-
Ing, and Vegetable Sicilian Renewer,
nell, Colurid, Uphrint'n. ilathew's. Bachelor's.
ChristerVim's. Ulittun's and Kromers Hair Byes.
Persidis wishing any of the above Call rely on
getting the genuine artteln, at the lowest prtrabbat
JAMES E. BURNS & CO.'S
Cana, Penn and Math 101 l NC Clain) Menke.
Strength evaporetes fag at tills season. flip is
wettally thense with all who live by the mega
t their ere.. From .TorT pore of the alemslik•
kin • moisture exude. which eontalns the el..
niente of vitality. Thereby the. bloOd le ImPover-
Med, the nerve. rotated, the muscles weakened.
the digestion impaired. We bnwels disturbed, and
the animal spirits depressed. The constant drain
that produces these effects cannot be arrested. be
mute It Is due to tbs heat of the atmosphere; hut
the lose of the lifewustaliting elements one be
supplied by' extra inrigomtlob.' Now, themfOrei
Is the time to resort to Hostetter . , Stomach Bit
term. the mom powerful and healthful of all veget
able Oinks. long experience has proved that
nothing else wet efficiently emialti and regulate
the system when wilting doWn under the double
pressure 'of excessiveiiest, and congest phyolcal
or ments/ tato, pardins whither/ibis/in tempt- .
ed to try the local vtmlesi(socialled/ which have
been started by sordid specnistois In almost every
town and village , with a view of - turnings penny"
by the credullity of the unwary, know thief to their
cost. It is a wise maxim that rays - hold fast to
that which le sod,' Of the forty million. of
people In the Vatted SLAWS. probably one-glib
have tested the Testnratlse propeelee of Mew ,
I tees Bitters and know It to be a specific for dys
pepsia, blllousome, nervous Weakness, genera/ de
bility. consUpation . fever and ague. and want of
appetite: that ally of these should he persuaded
to experiment with the worthless aostrumi.min
nairmsged by toisCruptilonvi and Ignorant empertes
IRON AND WOOD 'NORICUM
MACH I NER - Y,
Engineers' and haehiniNts' Tools,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Woolen Machinery, Machine Card.s.
1 - Manufacturers' and 14111 Nap.
plies. A constant supply on hand and
tarnished on _short notice. '
Spring Si Summer Goods
REGA RD LESS . OF COST
MiCRU3I. GLYDE & CO.,
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street.
pil, - _
A Good' Set or
Made of good Plate paper. paged and Indexed
Mond Matrons @lmp leather. and ronslatlng of
One Ten Quire Ledger,
On'e Ten Quire Day Book,
One Six Quire rash Book.
Waking TWENTY-SIX QUIRES for .
$O6O. The boots will be sold repents toaveolo
modiste 0,0 N! whn have partial sets In um,
J. L. READ & SON,
Booksellers and Stationers,
No. ,102 FOURTII AVENUE,
SIMMS Cini"TRACTOR ARP fitilliDElL
The laying sf pt.... Pip. noneuDraten promptly
oyncz. saa: 67 SANDUSKY FrrittEr
awe...3ft Fremooltii. Allegheny. Palo%
JOSEPH R. HUNTER
250 1.4131:111TIC Ef e r_WEET,
(AAgaleamot Mule BoUMW 0 0 0
ISO and ISt Fe;dotal Streft,
GOOD BARDAITNI IN NSW AND
' Desirable Dry Goods.
Very Low Prices I
E -. .rag i aTrz:3l;;» E'opllns.
I/ \ .a n
ar= e lirlirrituat very chess.
'uipad and Fiona Pint..
sled Plata bralnattokt and Jannneta,
apt lirttatl thrlint,
Ant. I arra ea and Chlntsaa, at popular paid.
SPXCIAL BARGAINS IN
Oottonades and Linen Drills
Light. Summer Shawls,
At Attraetiye Prie6§
180 and 18!. Federal Street. Allegheny
HORNE & CO'S.
Received this Day:
C'oPd and Black Satins,
Black Gro Grain Sash Ribbons,
Colored Sash Ribbons, .
Gabze Merino Undershirts,
Large Palm Fans,
Silk and Linen Fans.
Received Every Day. .
Ti AND 79 MARKET STREET
BELL & MOORHOUSE
21 Fifth Avenue,
OFPER"II'HE BALANCE OF THEIR
Thin Previa Goods,
On a Par with Gold!
WE NOW OFFER
OUr NeW Stock
HINDUS ADD INVITED TO
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO.
N 0.115 Wood Street.
• Whs. hew In we for the hut thums, one ewer
railed to en al le iwtance to Me* =Ws altafw.
Yon to the v
Whoaruh to l!erulCeeveettr.lt erill wee &bushel
of Morrie. le Le minute.. I
• The Mathias to Cheap, flimpl., Dw.bie end
The Unties Is adjustable. th.r.b l 6as aen
1 6166.1 C Puna
It Is the belt Cherry Seeder In the Mertes. No
A11%116 sadmsed to
Will be Filled at
HOT AIR &CHIMNEY FLUESAe.
A. lam and 11111 assorawinCaoastaatlT me hand.
• MI SZCOND AVICRUN.
10 . ATEA BtIILEBAKAILERS.
. rmpowd win A l m - by the Bashi of
wric A. Spear- m obounty, tea TWO
Are DOLIABB, set' th p
.taorready far mut.l*.
eluding the Mom Pipe Atoimmente thenLOALW
warmly ne n tr Jetta awl the Court Houelt oe =
tratt naginn ...wal l .. to b.
naled.illnroted to Mum Ins _ostrlth
Controller at 413.1 tretotteM.
Wth Inst. too •
IVOTICE , --Any filfaination. of JO.
11' Mit , CCIPLLAND wt. Wheat r ia M
C= PusWt ir .er &-
LAM.. brother 0( Mid .14:10
SO and 18t Federal Street,
A GOOD SToCk:
Sash and BOW Ribbons.
At Pritei; as Low ai Can be Found lnywherr
At 17Jta.. Ladies' end Misses' lists. •
At 75a full sized Lama Shawls.
At $l.OO, 8111 Parasols. worth $1.71.
At 41%c.. Fast Colored Csileos.
At 81fe. Light and D.k Calicoes.
At lee.. all the Best 31.al • s of Calicos
At $l.OO for 0 yards Chilltn
At 1100,4-4 Bleached Musllnos sniiertn: article
At IJ!f4 Fast Colored Lawns, •
At 14tt0.. Printed Challis and Alpacas
At Win:, bauble Width Chen° Mobalia.asarsrai n
Gloil - es and Hosiery.
Crisp and Blo• Kid Gloves.
Mack and Colored Kid and Lhde Thraad ()love
Ladles-', Misses' and Children's Hose.
Men and Ilnys . noir nom,
.ARIES' AND GENTS'
Cats and Necktie*,
!Anatolian and Ilandkonhiele.
Hook; 'Akins and Skeleton Corset ,
Ladles . and Chlldren • s Apron. and Sella.
Hair Stet tchie and Chignon..
let Jewrirf. Pocket Books, Satchels, Ow
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny
plsl tc Acii tc s
12 7 .1 .14•CIIESTNUTST,
The reputation and experi
ence of 40 years, warrant us in
saying that our stock of Fine
Timekeepers of the best Etiro
peen and. American-Makers is
now the largest in the coun
try; and we guarantee that each
Watch wo sell, is finished with
great mechanical precision, has
all the late improvements, and
will run regularly, well, and
Inquiries promptly ropliod to
Wand lorwardel by Duress fa anroYal
BUY THE GENUINE.
"O. _N. T."
GEO. A. CLARK
JOHN Q. WORKMAN H. RICHARD DAVIN
WORKMAN & DAVIS
Buccemars to WORKMAN. MOORE k
iSCLUTIM and Du/en In
Carriages, Buggies •
SPRING & BITCK WAGONS.
41,11, 46 and 49 Beaver St., Allegheny.
Ravellind neatly and promptly Allocated. Or
ders for New Wort gottau up lo good style and
warranted toi give matlvfaclon In every twolonlar.
17 - Newett style of wort constantly on band.
BOLE AGENTS tor the New Haven Wheel Com
may's mak° of SARVIN'S PATENT WHEELS;
Sod Maws Patent Quick Nbtfter and Anil-Battler
R. RICHARD DAVIS Monne mot:belied the In
W W O RKMAN , nd Wm. D. t i e the 'sten
of ROOKER CO.,mminent oil
. . . . . . . . . ....„
hereafter be condoned tithe al4 end,. ender the
rums and style at WORKILkft & DAVid. Orders
IVIVICII/11 V % R iVk
Late edit, Out... Natlonal Hank. Plttabtran r. _
JOHN STEVENSON'S SONS
d& 0 •
98 Market street,Pittsburgh.
(WORD DOOR THOM FIFTR,I
Flare on hand oil the latest novelties In line Jew
tPlec e able trod Oliverw adding Plate 4 Ware of
mordes, suior sifts.
Watch.. of all the American maker. in gold and
elver amen. Both Key and Pendant Winders con
stantly on hand ...s well as a full variety ct the
liner Mlles of the EMlss Watch. Includthr Jut,
Emmen. Jacol. Ferman.. and others.
We call particular auention to our facilities for
malting and regulating fine Watches. To OVA
branch utßur business we El...pedal Om.
Orders mall promptly Oiled. Design. of my
goods sent In drawings by mail at redueet.
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE 00, "
65 and 67 Sandusky St i Alliegheny.
t/161 HYDRAULIC CEMENT.
0. G. iIIoVUUM'N, Agent
my7,•fil . _
G RAND REOPENING
Shoes, Boots and Goatters
N0.1%4 O' IM AVENUE. ALLICOMNY CLIT
Th. nod ws:gned has - heath toss rossesslon
of his old ohs*, imd stooted_it site s rich sseort
most of /SOOT& MOM AND GAITERN.
Goods ss Wed as priers riil
/onset Delon. sad the publlwaarneitar!--
HOLMES, BELL & CO
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
Yanolsotanors of ELICAYT lEDIQY nod LIG/17;
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA.
Sheeting and Batting.
The anamehreea tam eatable mea the above i v .
mac te the rev 00ronV w o w... No.
MICITICHN AVWCTV, ona4mat ooh
from the Pers. where twe laamembes a ggs en
tam ISM ealoai u. stud
far the mummers M lan .rbo find it
"""" the t 7 elt. &Waft:Um itin ,
bt Md.. .4 W.1..* awl rams. The bob.
ue petrtomee . 9 . 40 . 4 .
WIIL A. =ODES.
fq 9f 111 e
Sa l leal eand Ohidai6ad Ca
The Chesapeake and Ohio
RICILM , ,rhf... VA.,
West Vtrtania, 2:113 mtlen. It N boing rapl4l)
Leaded to the Ohio titer. 200 edam terthor
. king to all 427 miles.
In Its progress Westeurd. it penetrates and opens
up to market the WONDERFUL COAL. DEPOSITS
OF TUE KANAWEIA REGION IN WEST VIR•
GINIA. And thus brlngsthe auperlor and abundant
Co. of that motion Into communication with Um
IRON ORES pr , iittGunA ANII 0100.'n0 tho
WESTERN, SOCTTI WESTERN AND EASTERN
When completed It will connect the SFPERIOR
LIABBOrt FACTi.I7IES OF TILE CIIEBAPEAKE
BAT with tellable use Willem i.n the Otde ricer. and
thus with the ENTIRE.STSTEM OF RAILROAD
AND WATER TRANSPORTATION" OF THE
GREAT WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
It will make a SIIORT, EASY. CHEAP and FA
VOICABLE novrE f;orn'the.lVlSlT Io MA
ntd will commands I.ARGE' SHARE OF TILE
ENORMOUS FILEIOTITS.eakIng tranaportatlonto
It will thusheontne one of the 111JSI IMPORTANT
ANT! PROFITABLE EAST AND WEST TurNe
.LNES OF RAILROAD In the Comte. end em.-
a. trade of 19:umoese value
The completed portion of the lloug Is doing
Afill INCREASING lIGSINTISS.
mtd Is fully equal In rulue to tha whole amount of
the mortgage noon the entire Una-113.0 ' 00:
Tito loan of the Chesser.lce and Ohio Railroad
Camparay, beings FIRSTMORTG AGE UPON TAR
ENTIRE LINE, PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENTS,
WORTH WHEN COMPLETED AT LEAST 1130,-
000,000.1 s tnerefore one of the most 84:etudes],
conservative and vellable 4 Rattrnad Loans ever of-
fared, In Oho uterbet, and Le peculiarly adapted:to
Investors and Capitalists
Who desire to make their investments with th
most satisfactory assurance of POSITIVE AND
The Bonds are In denominations of
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO
6 nisi be had COUPON or HIC6IBTEUED
Interest BM per cent. peennnuet.eefable MAY
lst and NOVEMBER Ist. •
• PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN
GOLD IB.TIIE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Price 99 AND ACCEDED INTEIMIT In Cur
rency, at which price thor pay neatly SEVEN PEU
CENT. IN GOLD on their con.
All Government Vende and other fleet:tellies dealt
In at the Stock F..tenanve received ln exchange . , at
their full market volne. endßonde mat to all parti
if the country, free of Parrett chines.
They int'n' be obtained by ordering alreet fro.
through guy resuontlble Bank or Ranker In nur
Fisk & Hatgh,
No, 5 Nassau Street, New Yor
Maps, Pamphlets, and full
information furnished upon
application in person or by
S. IVPOLEAN & CO.
65 Fourth Ave:, Pittsburgh
xv ,.z.,. ~.A.rris,W ~~
CASH 13 0 K
LETTER COPYING BOOKS,
Miniature Blank Books,
...tdheelTe Letter Files,
. Bill Books.
Counting House Stationery,
And all tater Marcanttle Printing executed In th
65 Wood Street
COAL AND COKE..M
1101tGA)i - •& CI
It their Mines, Broad Ford, V. b C. K. 11
Office, 142 WATER STREET,
And Deliver in the City.
Oscar F.Lamm &Co.
Youghiogheny and Anthracite Coal
OFFICE : ROOM No. 5, Gaulle Sulldiot,.
Of - Orders respectfully whetted. W.ld-eli
YOUGIIIOGIIENY GAS COAL CO
This Pomp.= ere nets Dreyer.) to furnish the
best Cad of WIT an or quantity. AT PAM RATIIM
Ogles and Vag adJobairor the Couttellsellte
- Depot. foot of Try Street, Pittsburgh.
Colors addressed to either Silites. West Nesitott.
Po. or to Tore. trill W Promptly sttendeut to.
epe'rl3 M. P. O'ITICTIN. Secretor),
Charles 11. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Connel Coa
And Manufacturer of •
COAT., BLACK AND DESULPITIMI7.ED CONE.
orleicz AND 'YARD, mmer Butler and Morino
meets, Liberty and Clymer atreets, Meth truth
teems, Elghtja ward . , and at foot of
doss Anent, P. C.D. Depot. emend 'rani.
Dedete Mt at Other of the above °Mom, or 04.
&ward to me through Pittsburgh P. 0., trill neared
Pmlirertt=tista rupplylnm Mumera e.
Wrg,l3mlth. Union Iron Mills, B. A Yowler k
omllltenell,ltevenann A Co., Bissell CO.. Graff
Hams. Ale. Bradley : l`mt. Bro. A Co.. Park,
7 tt 74:, ( J 'Tot ga l. ;
leo, McKee& Cote Union Depot Motel, Connell.
Title Ile It., PeunaglranD 11... Allegheny Velley
COAL ! COAL!! COAL!!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Having ramortod their Mao to .
No. 567 Liberty Street,
mate, CAT Itlon, RECOND:FLOOR.
011217LrI6 . VICT COAL Oir BlAlrk in g
All olitrthiOcloAomolriessito ibis§
the =SLIM le sttattelmt to promptt,
GO TO INS CENTS PER.TAILD.
e^s (Above Wood Street.
CAN NOW H HAD AT
AND 73 Flllll AVE
They are taking' stook. tad will close out many of
Brussels and Ingrains,
At 'mall. ttret cost. Call aeon and get the dol.
New Rooms! New Goods!
Boomswe W. Insoirarsted the opeulos or our No.
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861
OLIVER McCLINTOCK & CO.,
23 Fifth Avenue.
M. utacturem of /WRING. lIAIII and 11U8K
MATTB.MBISIM. Feather Holsters and Pillows.
Church Cushions. Cornice Mouldings and all Undo
at Upholstery work. am, dealers In Window
anodes. Briff. Omen and White Ilollands. Cord,.
Tamed& An. Particular attention is elven to tali
ing op. cleanhm and brushing. idtering and reLY.
Our mode of cleaning carnet. Is the only way In
which you ean feel mewed that the colon am pm
served and the goods thoroughly freed been all
dust and Taman. The prim for cleaning hu been
greatly reduced. Our arm ee will call fiir and Mi
lieu all goods free of charge. •:
ROBERTS, NICHOLSON k THOMSON,
team Carpet Beating Batablidunent,
NO. 127. WOOD STREET,
in 1.7361 War Fifth Aienuo. Piti.o • •. PL
Of all Colors,
ON HAND AND Fop. BALE AT
ANCHOR' COTTAN MILLS,
GLASS, OUEENSWARE bo
100 WOOD STREET
Chu - in arid Glass
Ai SILVER PLATED GOO DS. DIIMER.
. . . .
AND TEA SST% TRA TRAYS
VIR°II.Ii'MZION W 'a t ATI. 8
_I R. E. BREED & CO.,
--- 100 WOOD STREET
REYNOLDS STEEN & CO.,
124 Wood Street
FRENCH, CHINA, FINE CUT GLASS AND
tirTho liaTent assortment et New Tort • etoe .
611=1,T -HUM con
H.T.GBY, CUST & CO
No. -189 Liberty St.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers and JObbers
ViellsCHlled. OUIRENSWAIIIe. GLASS end ,Sl2,
The attention of all reatining loot!. In the ata:me
lbw Is directed to our Stook, Imported directly
trent the beet Surossan wasintts, and we are now
receiving a fresh and desirable lot of the above
LEAD. DRUGS; &o
White Lead and Color. Works,
J. Schoomnaker & Son,
At.u r irs"267, ISAr g ed
..lon Dar Aro
OFFICZ AND FACTORY. •
ig 142, 441, 146 tu!, ilrbrrtft Street,
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Orral r gileD to b• a purer carbonate of Lead
and whiter than any tn the mutat. and pill Dora&
r a trke of tate package it outman:dog we lean
HERDERSON, J. & BROTHERS,
MIS Litse!ty W.I. Duren Ln Droo l Mut
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OONTINEES TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE DISE.A.
_Syphilis to all Its Rams, en oft diseenta
Slid um effects of mercer) are completely ammo.
led: epiradMortbea or Seminal Wellman and Igne
potency, meallinit from aelfulitini or other cases.
and which prOduoa some of the following elects
as blotches, bodily. treatleat. aldleeetioe,
maniptioll. aversion to society. minsoilness, Mead
of future events, tote of memory. lodolenaa neon
tornatentiadona, and Onallyso lb. sw
nal eyeball. to render =Maga uniatisfacton.
and therefore itapradent, lattmenMair •
or with these or en, other dentate,
intricate lone Sanding conlaittaional complaint
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plea Leunirrhes ti r tert:t. ' hillatrour
Um or Morello* of o th o Womb. Otatitts, Pruritic
Sterility or Remennesa, are Vested with the Maio
est stioness. ' •
It Is seltelldent that. phystelin who confines
exchistrely to the study of certain dire
of !Wawa sad mem thousaeds of meet miry
le. Mesh acquire groat. skill In that alleemo•
Thene in eemena Weelitt ,
Doctor publish...maks ] wash ,, t of gyi that Mvesa Dull •
ropoeltlon or , venereal as
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MOMa S them to determine the pmts. onion of
g rahruedie compstalog too MOM* rOOMe.
lees om not conveutent to MAMA.
can b anted.. be MM.
. L nagsm - T. stamment of the ase.end medicines ow
he forwarded eaters• irogi;
p ~ es pyarohms dell) personal &Mention
lied the sec . or
every requisite that
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