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THE DAILY GAZETTE
• - . I OFFICIII, PAPER
Of Plttsbnrgh, Allegheny City and
OAZRTTE BUILDiNGI I
earner a' Vital Avestan Anil Smithfield liarrt.
TUEIMAY. JULY 19. 1070
Imo rinsed in New York on yeqterday
&t 120}. • ,
~Tar. war tiewa from Europe will ho
~ linand. T ery interesting this morning. ,
(Mutt touched 122 yecterday. T
every probability that It will t.
higher in Tien' of the foreign wu
Tar. conservative and conscientious
I speech delivered by M. Thien4 on the war
procipltated on Prussia does credit to the
heed and hoirt of that venerable and
perienced statesman. 'Had France more
such kaisers her people would be much
happier' and fir better ott
- A COiiVENTTON of Republicane repre
t l e j scenting the minority counties of the State
was held at Philadelphia lest week. The
whole burden of their song sae that party
e i patronage wan witlehel4 from them. Let
rj no 14 , 11 hour - things look :
E They,have the Govemor and both his
private. clerk,. The Secretary of the
g ComMonwealth. The Deputy Secretary
and four of the :thee clerks. Thn Auditor
General and nine of the twelve clerks in
that department. The Surveyor Genemf
'and five of the twelve clerks. Two of the
four clerks in the Treasury Department.
The Deputy Attorney General. Two of
the fire clerks to the School Department.
The'Adjutant General and two of his four
$ clerks. The Superintendent of Soldiers'
i011)bulli and two of hie assistente. The
, Cle NN A 'e o d f o t to e f li eeT i m " pl o a f in n a e t Pm trin n . ta b t u tr t ee* w . hat
has Allegheny county to Amy in return
for the-bard work she yearly does to keep
1:- the party in the ascendancy? But Alle
gheny does not work for offices and le con.
tent, at leant murmurs not. 'ermined the
present situation and allotment of office!
Ov czxt SUNDAY the dogma of Papal
- Infallibility will be formally announced
by Pope Plus, the IXth, Its final adop
tion baa created no excitement in the
Christian world for all knew that the dream
- of the Pontiff would be realized and that
the able efforts; of those gllt Bishops op
posed to clothing him with such manor
dituu7 power would be of nn avail. How
the doctrine will be receivAl by faithful
Catholics remains to be seen. It will re.
quire years for them to lend willing lc
: gedoecence to the idea of Infallibility., and
It never. can lie Come a popular doctrine.
.However, the Catholic who would remain
In the communion of the church must Sc.
A cept the dogma as one of the tenets of.
l ir, his faith, else he will be excommunicated
4.. and ruled outside the pole. Ile mikst
either accept Infallibility or 'abandon all
that he believes and admires in his roll.
glen. The alternative Is a. serious one to
him, and for that reason it is extremely
doubtful whether much organized opposi
' don within the church will be brought
against the doctrine about to be pro
claimed. In view of the war in Europe.
. much less attention will-be paid than nth
crwhwimight have been accorded to the
promulgation from the N'atiran of a doe.-
trine which at its inception created
such excitement in Protestant and ihth
olle circles throughout the world.
ALREMM a ellirmish has taken place
between the French•ind Prussian soldiers,
in which the latter were repulsed. The
engagement was of no significance. It is
announced that the Crown Prince of
Prussia, who has Use utmost confidence of
his people:luta taken charge of the Prue
sisskfoives, while the Prince Imperial of
France will enter the field •as a stu
dent in war matters. The utmoet
activity prevails on both sides, and
a great battle le imminent. The' rumor
that itruida has formed an alliance with
Prussia will probably be found tobe with
out any truth; although we believe that
that Government will join hands on that
side so soon as a more opportune moment
arrives. The French naval forces are on
the alert, and by river and by sea are
chasing up and watching the enemy's
vessels. France as a maritime Dower In
vastly superior to Hassle, but the contest
will not be decided by aquatic victories.
Hard - fighting at the point of the bayMiet
Muitle dixie to secure the triumph of
tither side. - Every day rendirs more cer
tainithat the war will not end till all or
nearly all the great powers of Europe pre
drawn into the trouble, and there, Is no
living prophet who can say where or
when the struggle will end. •
SO OW WO cannot IWO what continge cy
may arise to bring our country into t in
complication of war tmubles'en the nth r
side of the water. We have as yet no
casket to gory aliened concerning ter.
peacelui relations with the whole wor l d.
and we cannot imagine from what guar.
ter the occasion will comfit It shall co. e
weeding to the belief of Warmish..
The world has not got rid of all its cen
stitutlonal -grumbler. There are . many
men whom no state of things would Pa
day. They are always afraid that the
world is going to fall, and their greatest
dread is that It will surely fall upotjem.
Therlre always being crushed up
pressed, In their own opinion, whe ,the
truth is they enjoy ease. affluence and
The Democratic press is attain ly
howling about the corruption and ex va•
genes of the Republican party. C esti.
tutionally grumbling Republicans nite
4 1 ,
In this howl, and In an endeavor am
oral their dissatisfaction at not r ing
the places of trust and emolume t to
wtticli they aspired, cry for retrench ent
aid reform, although they have co hit.
sited, Into small degree, to inaugumt and
Wog about the state of things of w ich
they too hypocritically complain. The‘rea-
SOO of all this cry about corruption and ex
travagance is very palpable. Thee; who
have raised it, and are continually endea
r you ng to swell Its volume, are not in the
enjoyment of the loaves, and fishes,
1 . Evan - the President has bren *emitted,
sad &aged with maladministration, and
mllitrumftement of public affairs: 'Every.thing, It la alleged, is going to ruin be
, cause of the incompetency of the No.
' Ilona Executive and the corruption' of the
Republican party. -.. '
These charges of universal corruption
; ;....„1114 extravagance are utterly gimmd•
i lees. Facts and figures prove incontrre
Terribly that they have no foundation in
truth. The affairs of the Government
have been managed more ectmomically
during the past. year than during any
other•year since the war commenced. Im
. provemante have been going on upon a
. *. scale hitherto unparalleled,.
• Ithe history of the country. net there -
• are leaks that should have been stopped,
1 it is admitted, but Rome was not built in
In proof of our statement, we have only
i to look at the extensive lines of rallies&
t which have teen constructed; the large
sums of matheiPal, county and State debts
which lutvH been candled, and the num
ber of palatial residences and snore bum
ble doiniciir4 which have been erected in
every city, town and village
the country, Our National debt has been
roloced nbont one hundred and four mill
. biting the pear year. We Laid up
ward 4 of one hundred and fifty - millions of
interest ‘.ll our public indebtedness, ire
.,mes defraying all the expenses of the
Aferent departments of the liorernment.
There luts been a large reduction made in
I t i
the ine me tax. The intern en
al revue' taxes
have 1 . .T11 reduced some sixty millions.
The ri i anti? in the tariff is estimated at
thirty! millions, that on tea, coffee and
inigar articles of daily consumption in
familfes of limited' eireatmstanees, being
redured fifty per rent. The expenditure
of the tiovernment, In its various depart.
ments, has been reduced 'About twelve
millions: The whole teditction in the
Amount of taxation alone is about ninety
millions. All this wars done without im
posing any additional taxation, rendering
he Mirdens of the people more onerous
r causing detriment to any brrinch.of in
We night refer to the stAtiatice of ins
porta -and exports ; and 'immigration, in
proof of our incremling prosperity. For
he ten months -ending with April 30th,
,1310, the excels po f imports over exports
wan43,70:,011, ;viale fnr the cnrresprmol•
log pelind of Plop, it was e 3,920,755.
nudging a different ., of 470:219,444. Ti,
vaino , af foreign commodities remaining
in the Warebouneo of the United Stater
April:lolh, 1140, was *55,748,331, against
The . otal number of immigrants who
arrived In this country during the quarter
ending, March 3 ot, 1870, wan 38;100; of
whom '213,8:id we e males, .nd 11,1314 fr.-
ruales;'l7.l hadip feosional adlingo; 2,SSI
'mechanic ... al tradea; 1,030 trades other than
- mechanical; 16,714 followed miscellaneous
occupations; 1,301 occupations not speci
fied; 16=4, mainly women and children,
had no . occupatihn. if each one of .t PSC'
itnnilants wax' worth one hundred nd
fifty dollars on nding, which - is the fi
ltrated capital Id to he possessed by
them, they have enriched the conatryi to
the amount of arly six millions and a
half. 11 . .
If all this has been done, and much
more to which we need not here refer, it
lo an evidence that our country was never
in a mom prosperous condition, nor I
affairs of our lovernment managed w
greaterlecono y.ri .
We do not ow what effect -
which lies bro e out in Europe may have ,
on the kundin of a portion of our na
tional debt. -.But if we can succeed.in
funding one t 'impend five hundred mil
lions, in necord we with the legislative
provisions whirr have -been made, it will
be an annual. AA ing in the public expend
ture of twenty ix millions. more. And
we.aee no re n why it should not be
accomplished. ur Government has fully
demonstrated .r ability to more than col
meet all her obi gations, even before she en
has beeW entire] relieved from the tee- vh
mendous strain imposed upon her by the ofl
late war, and ou country is growing in wi
material wealth rid prosperity every day. Ito
Let tbose wh i entertain ouch fearful to
apprehensions o national ruin, and bring m
such unfound charges against our s
President as those with which the Demo am
untie; and even a small portion cif the ..‘
RepubliCan press, teem evry day, looh
the factri and figures in the face, and nn- is
less they are stilifidly blind they moat t$
see that our country was never in a more m ,
prosPerona or hopeful condition than at
the present time, and that their cry of ex
travagance in the public expenditure and
universal corruption in. high and •
placesjs utterly. groundlesa.
IS ITS WORK ALL DONE ? •
The Republican Pauly had \ a great mis
sion, and Its progress Lithe \work which
Abe Supreme Ruler of the affitirs of men
gave It to do Is far beyond what the most.
sanguine and hopeful could have antici
pated fourteen years ago. The country is
not only preserved in its Integrity, but
rendered immessunady more compact and
stable than it ever Was before. Indeed,
the great objects for whicla : the Constitu
tion was - Originally formed have been at
lut attained—"a more perfect Union"—
"the blessings of Liberty"—the establish
nnd of "Justice," and LI perfect and,
well-defined , Nationality. Slavery, the
bane, the scandal, the came of the nation,
has been utterly and forever abolished.
Americans and all stand this diy on an
even platform before the law. and are in.
vented with equal political privileges.
Never was each a revolution effected in
so short a time; siid well may the Repub
lican party exult in the work which It has
been the favored instrament of *mom
Ten years ago slavery eliminated in the
executive and Judicial departments of the
government, and even Centime cowered.
antringrd, and compromiqed to propl
tia as far as peasible the. insolent, domi
neering and insatiable dement Intrench•
eel ea it was in the Constitution, it proud
ly defied all opposition, and became year
by year more and more ectaiting--elalm
lag the right to go whithersoever it
pleqsed over the Vint territories of the
Ant this lad demand was too much for
the \spirit of the American people to
bunk. sod , 'hence the 'fierce struggle on
the soil of Kansas; hence the spontaneous
resolve in the hearts - of millions that
slavery should extend no further. and out
of this stem resolve sprung the great
prty of which we are speaking. Other
were laid aside or held in abey
ance, and men banded together for tin
single purpose of arresting the progrers
-and breaking the form of this overflowing
'Marge, this insolent and despotic
',Own.. The election of 1850, although It
did nht give victorjr to the new .party of
freedom, showed us that. the nation was
thoroughly aroused; and four years after-
Wards the eleetion of Ltriciltor was ac
cepted by both the great contending par
ties as a decree that slavery -was checked
in its march over new territory, and its
domination in the commits of the nation
at an end.
;This great decision, coming so sudden- ,
ly,drove the peaty of slavery in the South
to madness, and the nest act in the drama
was secesskat. But here these insolent
people, whn had long been accuetomed to
rule with almost equal case both slaves
and politicians, were driven to utter Mad
nem when they diserwred that the Amer
ican people would not permit them to
break up the (.7M= and destroy the Our
ernment... Then they f a red upon the flair
The tremendous straggle that ensued
wu sustained almost entirely by the Re.
publican party. Their opponent. in the
loyal States, although. they cowered be
ocatithawrath of an aroused patriotism,
did all that such men could do to give aid
and comfort to those who were then , ene
mies in arms spired tiro' tlovemment,
and to discourage and demoralize those
who were contending for the integrity of
I, the Union, the Salvation of the country,
and the cause of Liberty. There were, it
is true, many honorable individual neap
lions in the Democratic party; bat the
leaden of that party, for the time 'being,
acted a part which made it not at all un
draritable to place their menial on the
roll of traitors. Witness their resolution
in their national convention of 1864, de.
tiering the war a failure.
Step by step, urged on by fearful tribu
latlon, blond flowing like water, and In
nientatiOn ore? the Main in hundreds of
thousands of itouseholda, the Republican
party rose to the full and glorious asser
tion of those eternal principles': of Truth
and Right which finall)' culminated in the
i fifteenth amendment. That was the point
to which Providence seemed to be lending
thin great ruling , party all through the .
war, over the tragical death of their find
noble hearted chief, and through • the
ncandaloas adruinstmtion of Andrew
Johnson. Every impediment in its course
was made to push it up d• higher and
higher ground. Now it can serenely look
back upon t'oe rugged mad over which It
has been kad, and exultingly cry "all in,
its mission accoMplislod': By
no means. Its work now is to watch with
jeahius care over the high ground which
it has gained; to guard the ptinciples
which hare been established; to (onset
date and make strong the grand 'temple
which has been reared .at such fearful
cost: and to throw the shield of its pro
tection oyer the almost defenceless heads
of its millions of new-awn citizens. Sla
very, its an institution, is dead and buried;
bOt the pirit .of Ilavi•ty yet lives, and
trill live for a generation to conic. Never
acre tl principles which underlie the
Republi n party more necessary than
they are t this motnent; and the man, or
the men, whil would do aught calculated
to weak. t. distract nr bank np the grand
est and most benetieent organization
which tl is or any other cotintrylever saw
are des, ring of as severe a denunciation
as were hose who, at Chicapi, In ISO& de
clared II . war then raging to he n failure
—a war Odell, a hiw months later. ter
minated n a glorious triumph.
The II •publican party, grand as it is,
pure an lofty_as are its principles. and
glorious sis its record, is not bun:taco
late. N great organization on earth is.
or i.ver was -A.*. Corrupt men attach
theinsel cc to It. as such do to the Chris
flan ('h rch. But . the place to deal with
such pa ies Is is the party, or in tht
Church as the case may be, not outside of
it. As )n politics .power goes with no
Ills majorities, and as the principles
which rulerlie parties, not the Inti:grity
of a le i er here-or there, determinrhheir
character, it is treason-to the country, to
the rate. to tiod himself, for any man to
turn his back uPon such a party as this.
It is etninently-rirtit vs. do all in his power
to preserve its purity and to Oppose boldly
'every measure, every man, every act de
rogatory of the high principles "( the
party: but for a set of. mon to set them
selves to work . to rend it, under pretence
of purifying it, la sheer madness or some-
Ig ROMP. '
. • We can only maintain those grand grin-':
ciples which have lifted our country .
rapidly from the: deep degradation iy
which the Republican party found it. - to
5 p Pent lofty attitutioownong the na
mot f the worth, by maintaining and
knee ing, by all pcsisible means consist
it alb honor, our party 'integrity. Di.
ide is, and we are conquered. Break
F a much of the Republican party as
ill cave it in a minority, and although
a p inciples cannot die, they will cease
1 is r rule and give force and direction
b ill • Gitvernment, and we shall witness
ret tin of the era of •Pietre and.BUchan.
6Vhat Republican would wink to see
.. , 11F111.11:Ito inn ne that '..
th pa n tl e' y 'd , :ottoorPoZt'dk:.7. let
I go ' l' on a' te " iel
to take a new party, c-ten though it
erners bear the same name and honest
hol the same principles. To make a
—lye; nomination—no matter what the
pretest may be—is to make a new petty
. 4s much as Jeff Davis and his compeer;
triechto make a new nation by breaking
away ' from the union. A man that we
donet. like, or in whom.. personally, we
cannot fully confide. may' be put on our
part ticket. Still, for tbezime betng,he
standees the representative of
whir we feel to be very precious. and for
thee of these principles we vote for
hirM Millions of Republicans at the polls
have elt the force of this principle; add,
in an M
g as they did they acted patriotic
ally a wisely; although many of them
may ye felt a twinge of_conscience that
It wa in part through their own neglect
of do y at the priniry work of the party
that itch names came to be on their bal.
lots. There are times when a good deal
of sr Itching is right; but there are other
times. when it is not wise.
Su h a party a. the Republican, so cast,
werful. requires perpetual vigilance
on the part of honest citizens to keep it
•pureiand having done ell in their power.
they kill can only hope for partial sue
cess.i The mission of this party is not
yet a'ecomplished by a great deal. Its
principles are right. They have worked
well, for \ l;lkey have preserved the nation,
established Justice rand secured the bless.
Inge of Liberty. New its work is to pre.
serve, strengthen and perpetuate thew ,
priceless blessings:and it can only do this
oy conserving Its 071 unity.
Bayard Tat4or on Frieeo.
Wrote the Nele.l;ork Trl blw.)
. . .
we Americana have an absurd idea that
'the census makesa city..l stipposei-lan
Frew-ism luts a poll:dation of 150000, (it
claims 175,(1081.) yet: it has much more the
varied, independent, Sheep character of a
city than chieagn,l Cincinnati, Si: Louis,
or even Philadelphia, with its 800,000. I
might also add tha it surpasses them all
—probably owing its long Isolation—
In local variety, lel ile It is behind them.
all hi moral and intillectuaractivity: Tim
elements of which it Is composed have
not yet billy coalesced': the race which
shall give it Its distinctive higherAE .
ter has not yet groWn up. The-
on which die city Was founded w 'I--
neas; the power witirit hoe built It up so
astonishingly, was—btudness; and the
only new interest which has been added;
in twenty-one yeara, Is luxurious living,
If a Rau Franciscan eats and drinks well,
and makes *loner, he Is happy.
The hotels are better than In New York
—better and cheaper. For three dollars
(gold) per day you have a spacious_roo m
and meals, not only of the most aatjsfac
tory richness and variety, but so served
that your relish.' la increased Instead of
being taken away. The custom of giving
you a *Wen little,"dahs" of cold vegeta
bles, on as many diminutive plates, has
not yet reached ' , here. The steaks and
clops are succulent and not greasy, and
the sauce (strange as it may worn) have
different flavors.,Dinner Is always served
at 6 o'clock, and the only imperfect meal
Is the midday lunch, which invariably
consists of stewed mutton and hash.
Moat persons drink tea with the latter.
Nothing surpriaea me more than the very
light consumption of the excellent native
wines. At the restaurants you ran get a
bottle of very fair wine for fifteen cents,
and dine better and cheaper than any
in the East; Lut our extremes of
abstinence and excess seem to reign here
New U DemandmEnormous
We had heard it Mated several times
that Mr. Samuel Bryant, who heretofore
had been barefaced on the top of hie head,
had, by the use of coal oil, grown a thick
coating of hairon the afortteald bald head.
We saw Mr. Bryant on Monday lent, and
upon examination found the statement to
be correct. Mr: Bryant informed no that
the way lie found out this new property
of vial oil wan simply this: He had a
large boil on the bald place an his head,
which 'gave him much pain, and in the
absence of anything else he r ubbed coal
oil on it. He rays it relieved the pain al
most blatantly. so he continued to cotta on
tho oil until the boil was entirely well,
when, to his ituiprlse,
.:he found a thin
coating of hair coming' out over the bald
place. He continued the uso of the-oil for
a month or two, and now has a Leavy coat
of hair on his head. This in no humbug,
but the simple truth, and we advise our
bald-headed friends to try the experiment.
—Carrolton, ss., amnernatitv.
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE : : .TUESDAY 'MORNING, JULY 19, 1870.
FARM, HARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD
bad ellfntOM ie pievalent.in many fam.
flies, esperi4llp among f armeta, of working
MI hour or two before break fast, attending
to .'chores," hoeing in the garden, cutting
wood, mowing, &e. This is convenient on
many accounts, but it is not conduciv,e to
health. The pres'alent opinion in that the
morning air is the purest and MORS health
ful and bracing. but the contrary is the
fact. At no hog r. ;if the • day is the air
more filled with dampness. fogs and mins.
nuts, than about sunrise The hem of the
sun 'gradually digsipatei the miasmatic
influences an the day advances. An early
meal braces up the...ustem against these
external influences. Every one knows
the languor and faintness often ev
',enemas! -for the first hour in the morn
i„, , ,,dmat it itlere6l3od by want of food.
We do not agree with the boarding school
regime, Which - prescribes a long ,walk
before breakfast an a means of promoting
Probably the best custom would he to
furnish every member of the household.
especially, those who labor mit 'of doors,
with a single -cup of wain. coals:, well
milked,. immediately after rising front
bed. Then let them attend to their
.or mowing, hoeing, &e., for an
lour or two, while the teams are boding
nd the breakfasqreparing.. They will
eel loiter and do more
in: l'AftEl , ll. OF THE TrA‘l,-.
The farmer who lif4 not kutitt tha
there is danger of injuring his lean
(whether it be of horses or , Aelt). by over
work the first warm days of springimm
have hatizery small experience.'or,been a
poor observer. The warm days of early
spring produce a relnxing effect-. upon
the muscles of man and beast. There
seems to be a letting down of the whole
system. Men who hive labored every
day during the winter.. not ice this effect
upon-themselves, and Complain of a lassi
tudethat unfits them for severe toil. Tin'
same would i.e true of cattle and horses
if they couldspeak. •
(lint it is often the case that the farmer's
tenth stands idle most of the time for sev
eral weeks in the latter part ofi the win
ter, and becomes, in a degree, weak for
the want of , exercise. If a team Altus
trented.is put ploughing when the first
"Wnrin weather comes, there is great dan
ger that - it will be . overcome by heat
And fatigue as to be permanently injured.
We remember seeing oxen nearly ruined
in this .Way. Only the moat caieul driv.
era should hare charge - of the ream when
it is first put to the springs work in the
field; full work 'should not be expected
for the pittt few days, The capacity of a.
team for labor on the farm during crop
ping season depends very muelt..on the
treatment it receives during the first week.
Another thing. horses and oxen at work
need water open. 'rho ploughman can
ries hieing or water, or leaves his leant
to rest while he goes to the house for rf
drink. But the team works harder than
the driver, and • probably needs drink as
often, yet tunny teams ari taken out early
to the prairie field where there is no
water. except In the drivers jug, and
worked five or six hours before they can .
get. It drop. In it any wonder that they
am klijurrd by drinking' too much when
they' are led to the spring at noon!
CARY: OF AF.UI,Y PCANTED TREES.
There is no time in the life of a tree
when it requires mom care titan during
the ,first year or season after being trans.
planted. • It is a too coMmon. practice to
cordtider the labor of forming an orchard
or the planting of an evergreen or decid
uous ornamental tree, as done once the .
tree is planted. No farmer or -gaidemv
thinkuot growing a profitable crop of
' corn or beets without paying attentien
their culture during the season,. and ti
- - - • -
.aine should be duly and diligently nml
attentively bestowed on the neatly plant.
ed tree.. Ite roots in transplanting have
been half destroyed, and it • has it. foint
them :anew meantime the body and
leayeef, - haring exhansted the food laid Ott
in theirutii cells thi , past year, are call.
ing fart new supply, and unless the own
er assists. by keeping the earth around
them cool, I . :mist and loose, the poor tree
must die, for the lint suns and the drying
:winds are continually sapping away its
lifeblood. The early pmluctiveners of
'an orchard, the development of shade awl
flower; are often held In check two or
Moro yeana just because t h e owner of the
tree did not core for it duly and truthful-
ly in Its find year of planting. Fire to
Pit year.. is sufficient to bring an orchard
Into bearing, or any shade tree into devel
opment of beauty, but we often sew trees
ten years or mote planted and yet of no
account. There are several ways of • ca . ,
lug for trees,•but. where it can be done,
frequently hoeing, (say twice a week)
around them is the beet; nett to that,
first•hoeing the ground ap bx.sely and
then covering it in a circle (say of Sit
feet in diannuer) around the body aldtut
four locket deep, with mulch of acme
sort—now mown grass, old hay, straw;
tan bark or coarse manure, Ina very dry
time, those who =in do AO will find a gain
in watering the entire tree early • in the
morning, pouring or sprinkling the , irater
over the entire tnee:;but this practice once
commenced must be continued '.so long an
dry weather continues, or it will do more
harm than good. •
•,400D TEIED - 1 , 11. 0436 D 111 - rIFJI.
once bought a dairy of twenty tubs o.
Mater. all made front the name COWS, the
same season and by the' shme person.
tuner eight tubs were good. coned. yel
low butter; some eight morn of it wile
very light robots' and, soft. with a .disa
greeable flavor: 140111 P four tubs 'sliatlisl
down front yellow to white, and the color
the index of quality. eareftil Investiga
tion developed thq,fact thatdite good but
ter was made from good grabs feed...end
the poor, later In the sesunde, when the
grape had failed from drmight, and. the
rows lived upon briars and leaves. A
man changed the feed of •his rows from
earn meal and hay to potatoes and hay; it
lessened the quantity of. butter, and the
color was lighter. Ilene, the importance
of good feed. It is profitable to feed corn
meal at.all tinier, excepting when grass
Is new and plentl. and it is not lost then.
A piece of land hve nodality tyro, to each
cove,sowed with southern corn will sup
lplyp the deficiency of the pastures in the
ast. of the loosen for two or three months,
and save the mowlngs more titan the cost.
—Coe. qf 9f. Johnsbury (FL) Times.
In several cof our Western learns there
are organized%staxiations for the purpose
of improving the streets by planting Shade
trees, repairing side walks, etc., resulting,
according te their reports, In great good.
Tim organization is formed, a preslident,
secrhary;treasurer and working commit
tee of three appointed, twat members ad.
milted on payment of two dollani of more,
suggestions and requests received and
transferred for action to the officers. It
is the business of the working committee
to procure—wilb the funds paid in—
trees, and plant'the same, refit sidewalks.
prosecute any one who destroys a street
tree or ties a horse to It. etc. The die-
tance recommended to plant trees Is sixty
feet apart for elms, fifty feet for elm and
maple alternate, nod forty feet for the
Preserration elf Milk.—Coonor girl
the following' recipe:
Add to every litre (about twentymine
ounces) of unskimmed milk, previously
poured in a..well . annealed: glass bottle,
forty centigrrns, (about six grains) of bi.
carbonate of mist. Place the bottle con
taming the milk, well corked, for about
-tour hours.in a water bath heated up to
tO deg. (194. deg. F.) On being taken out
toe bottle to varnished over with tar, and
• n that state the milk it 'contains Will
[Cep sound and sweet for several weeks.
To Pre,crce lee.—Now that ice le sell
ing for a penny a pound, it will be of ad•
vantage to. consumers to know every
method to economise in the keeping of
the commodity. ' Here is one, which we
find floating around in our exchanges.
' "Place your ice In a large vessel, well
covered, and place it on a pillow. Then
take another pillow and put It on top of
the vessel, and by this means exclude the
air in a great measure from the ice.
Feathers are non conductors of heat, and
of course the ice is thusipreserved from
melting, six pounds having,been known
to keep at least eight days by adopting
Felon on the Finger.—Many persons are
table to extreme suffering front felons on
he finger. These aillictionslau noxonly
Very painful, but not unfrequently occa.
sion permanent crippling of the members
affected. The following simple prescrip , •
lion is recommended as a cure for the dis
tressing ailment; Take common rock salt,
such as la used for salting down pork or
beef, dry it in an oven, then pound it fine,
'and mix with epirits of turpentine in
equal parts. - Put it on a rag and wrap
around the part affected, and as it gete dry
put on more, and in twenty-fonr hours we
are cured—the felon will be dead. It will
do no harm to try
,it.--Journal of Agri
culture. , , •
Gibra[ter...Alleged Attempt to Ez
plode. the Powder "[clearance of he
[Gibralter I.Junit_aithi Correspondence of -the '
The inhabitant's of this city have been
irra fearful state of Mann for-the last
twenty-four hours; and. considering how
their feelings have recently been rather
toughly shaken by the Bunnell _brigand
age...and the attack on the young °Myers
on the western beach. it is no wonder if
public eveitenient has nearly reached its
climax when it bade that even within the
faneied t:sitirity of the Ilayside barrier
danger of a terrible type lurks In every
It app,ts that yesterday forenoon a
fisherman onning. into to#n from .the
Srw Mole picked UP a letti'ir lying in the
road het Jumper's 'Battery nod the
rtaggi The letter was written in
Spanish. and indicated in the plainest
terms that the powder magazines,of. . the
rock had either been undermined Ai were
at the mercy of a hand 14 desperadoes,
and that very shortly the whole plat,
would be blo;vn
The letter was immislintely. placed in
the han!in of the authorities, and every
magaiine was at once Most • carefully ex
amined, but nothing was disenvered to
give rise to any suspicion . of foul play :
nevertheless, the most energetic mons.
tires were taken to render what was nt.
ready quite secure if possible enorte Ate
As might naturally he expected, all sorts
of rumors have been set - afloat, and every
idea has been used up. from mania to Fen
*ism. to account for the The gen
eral imprension nppearn to — be hint the
whole affair is a hoax on the plat of 501111.
14 the lowest class inhabitmos,to keep up
nlann create 4 by the went robberies
!and brigandage in. the Vicinity. Should
khiß latter snppriaitionmove correct, the
population musi not be surprised
if the liberties which hey enjoy in thin l i
garrisl, and which, • i nder the present
kind and conside;tate regime, almost
. i .t.,
amount to license, are ! mew ly ,
but very properly, nude only and sharply .
LOOK AT TIM LIST OF HAIR VTIKPAR
Ambrosia, Stertlng's Ambrosia.
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ilunteit's Hair Itenewer.
Upham'. Curling Fluid. liarey's Tcyceph urns.
ThithietVs. Alleg e. Wool.. Occasion. Speld•
• c's and Hall's Vegetable Sidling Renewer,lie.
nein. Calorific. Upham' s. Stethew . e. Baehaior'r.
Christ.loro'e. Vphangs and Kromer'''. Hair byes.
Persone diehlng any of the shore can rely en
getting the genuine article. at the lemon prlcee.at
JAMES E. BURNS & CO.'S
Comer Penn .oil 81. m old Bt. Clair) lidree
The unexampled come.. which for twenty yiars
e. secomyenleit the use of llnstetter'n Stomach
provoke, the envy of Iknorkht hvvtnt
mongers In .11 part* of the counts", and the eosin.
terf ening badness having been measurably played
out In zonsenuenee of the numerous suite Inatltu.
;Led against the offender, a new system of tattles
ha. been adopted. In the Smith and West eimeet.
Pretxrixt from trorthlet,
materials and hearing a variety of name*. hare
been got up by Irreapnuat btu adventurer. with the
hope of substituting them to acme anent for the
Standard Tonle of the Age. In acme eases coun
ter dtaggiats are the euncociars.a ProWietoen of
these unscientlee compuunda. which are warmly
reeommended by the vendort, who endeavor to
pithu them off upon the credulous In Ilan of the
great specific !bleb hasnever yet hada succeatful
rompetitor.either among proprietary prevanttiona
or the medicines prescribed In private Putotit i e
Tblitte Is Intended to pat the publie on thel
genet stalest persuasion. of parties engaged
the attemyt substitute mere rubbish for th
Mrlent rtimiachie erid alterative iit pre
'own. At thin season of the year. when debility
d emmplflnta art.ine from a limit of dial energy
so general?, preset!. it Is of the greatest eon
quenee tlint no tricks shook} be played with 0
presseo end egfeebled systems. Ark, therefor
ice twee etnalselt Bitter', the tweet veget
taeinnt end alterative. and reject, with d
reed eohtetopt.theireree then neeless medley
°ltem/ In Its place. It It Jts lutport.t. to the pnle
Ile as to the prnPriet.'s 01" the reet °ratty e
t th *deice ebonhl •be heeled.
367 Liberty, Scree
MON AXD troop WORKING
Enftineers' and. Machinists' Tools,
STEAiI FIRE ENGINES.
- - BEILT 1N(-7r, :-
Woolen Machinery, Machine Cards
Illillanntactuiers' and XIII Sup
plies. .1 constant Supply on band and
furnished on short notice.. -
oirtn - E:n*l:moiAcrrEt)
BLANK. • BOOKS
. • For $6,0,
Glade• of Rood white parr. taaaed and Indexed
1,0 . 101 In lama" rheop leather. and con*lrtlna of
One Ten Oniie Ledger,
One Ten Quire Day Book
One .Six. Quire Cash Bonk,
Making In all TWERTY•SIX QUIRES for nal
so So. The hooka will be sold separate toneentn
modate thore who have partial seta In use.
J. L. READ & SON.
BOoksellers and Stationers
No. 102 FOURTH AVENUE,
It has been In nsU for the tut six yeare.snd never
failed In an slogrence to giTo , lllltire sena..
%% i t% to Its folicapacity.lt 11Seed a bushel
Of Cherries In 20 minute.,
Is Cheap, Durable and
The Ilopper Is qt.:pos*4bl. thereby adapting It to
el sired Cherries.
It Is the best Chem Pereeler In yhe 14 , No
All orders addressed to • .
Will be Pilled at
'BZWER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Thelsylog of Stens Ilpe Donee Drains p... 1417
OFFICE. 85.md 87 SANDUSICT sruxtr
eos.c.e.iira Fremont K. /01,00 a. 3,07,6
JOSEPH R. HUNTER
250 LITIEWE'r ErrUMW:I'
(Aendicor of llosic BoWins.) prrrs i nmour.
AL/ - -
WILLISTON SEMINARY hosing rewired
from n lto 41.11blosnii B.
sages to modinne desiring • thorough presorsilim
for Soothers or for admission_ to to Col.
Into. Saud at cost. sod Tallinn Iron to the teal
mt. For autdeiroe berm the PrlnciPel. M
1 41 1I auw. Eon HaniPtiNl.
NOTICE.—Any information . of JO.
IRE"LAND. brother of saw Jolffik f•ovoo.00•
itvininear Ptttalmrih_„Pa., wll cooffr •• favf.bf
ad4routtyr LOUIS KLNO. thfoneom vk AIWA .
4•111 4,f Ar4414V4,4*-.
lriO and rid Federal Streel,
BALWAINS lii NEW AND
Desirable Dry Gook
BLACK ST LKS
Very Low :Priees.!
Plain and Plaid Japan SU PS .
ehene. Mixed and Plaid ese
lawns, Ilernudea 0 ranadlee..
Hems nod Drab lire. very cheap.
Strip ed ad n Figured PI
Phan end I . ladd Ns!lnve O.... nts and ignorant
Dahl Pores And Minim , . at popular prima.
r i I AI. HARM INS IN
C A SS . ] MERES.
Oottonades and Linen Drills
LACE - SHAWLS,
At Attractive Prices
180 and 182 Federal Wee. All
HORNE & CO'S
Received this Day:
Cold and Black:Satins,
Black Oro (Irian Sash Ribbons,
t'olored Sash Ribbons, ••
- Gauze : Merino Undershirts,
• !Arne Palm Fans, .
Silk and Linen Fans.
Received Every Day..
A Good Seto
Light Summer Shawls,
AND 79 MARKET STREET
Spring & Summer Goods
REGARDLESS OF COT,
MAORIJIe MADE Sc 0
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street:
OR a Par with G-old!
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
E ASTERN PRICES
Examine our Goods & Prices
SHANNON & CO.
N 0.115 Wood Street
ARNSTHAL & SON
Virginia and Louisville
SEG-A - RS
Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
79 87117117771.0 BTRICRT Pittabustb.
Chimney Tops, '
HOT AIR & CHThiNEI FLUES, &c.
A IMM sod fall ispootiment 00tistati
HENET- H. COLLINS,
133 SECOND AVENUE::
Baskets and Crates.
aro . WrOrt of tho MOST APPROVILD
W. W. 'KNOX.
137 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IVgLMarl. and Beams ham Prim.
ig# 3 l 4P Vint 9lB7l247
iTMkern.,Trei air fei nt
epolen In the ]n.tlt he
sawm„... X Di taIIINILLY.
wir Do ! :1 2 .
Good to on elves It •
In) and Is 2 Federal 5111Cet,
A elOOO STOCK , •i•
-Mash and Bow Ribbons,
NMI LOW RA 6111 he Found Anywherr
At 1211 L,.. I.4dies . .d Mimes' lint.
At 73c. - "irli sited Lama Shawls,
At 91.00, Silk Parasols. worth 91.7 J.
At 68e.. Fast Colored
At ABC.. Light and Dark Canc. 4,1.
At 100., all the Bent M .1 Cahn m
At $l.OO far 9 yards Chintz Callous.
At Bleached Nadia, n superior artielo,
At 19 ke. Feat Colored Lawns,
Atrigc.. Printed Challis and Alpacas.
At 2.13 r., Tkmble Width Chenell I Mal rs, latrnln
Gloves and Hosiery.
Crean and Blue Rid Glove.. •
Blank and Colored Kid and I.lalel'bre d Cloves
J slier '. Misses . and Chlldren'a
Men and Boys' Unit Co.,
LA - DIES' AND GENTS'
• I •
Collar, Cella .d Necktie,
Lace Collars and Handkerchief,
Hoop Skirt, and Skeleton Corsets.'
Itdlea• and Children's Aprons end Rai%
Mar nwitches .4 Chinn..
Jet Jewelry. Pocket Broke, Patch
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny
White Lead and Color WOrks,
J. Sphoonmaker & Son,
Manufacturers of WRITE LEAD. RED LEAD,
BLUE LEAD, ZIND
IN O Ck LITTIARGE. PUTTY and
ISO, 4u, 451.4i6,nnd 458 . Reberra Street,
We call attention the itharantee posted on nor.
Filially Pore White Lead, and trhenone nay pre , -
r carbonate of lead." we mean ”chentlatlly p
that Is free from Acetate and itydrate. and there
fore le Whiter and superior, both In color and con-
VittlaWiTSD to be a purer carbonate of Lend
thewhiter than any in th e market, and will forfeit
the price of this package If containing the leant
BUY THE GENUINE
"0 N. T"
GEO. A.. CLARK
JOIIN Q. WORKMAN
WORKMAN & DAVIS
Snomtonrs to NVOTLENIA H. MOOR I: dPI m
Inevorent and Itnalats In
SPICING 4. BUCK WAGONS.
.11, 46 and IS Beasr St., Allegheny.
Repaid. neatly and premed* executed. Or
for New Wort"notton up in good style and
w.eanted to give aatisfaction In awry VirOu'sler.
FTNe.ost style of work conetantly on hand.
SOLE AGENTS for the New Moen Wheel Corn
panY'arnsko of SARVINR PATENT IVIIEPJ-S
and Rapp's Patent Quick Shifter and' A nti-Battie
IT. RICHARD DAVIS haring purchased the In
terest of Alex. and Wel. D. Moore, In the late firm
hf WORKMAN, MOORE it CO., the business will
ereafter be continued at the old .Land ny der the
name and style of WORKMAN & DAVIS. Orders
• JOHN Q. WORKMAN,
11. RICHARD DAVIS
Lots with Citizens' National Bank. ritthburart.
JOHN STEVENSON'S SONS
93 Market stseet,Pittabuygh
(THIRD DOOR FROM FIVTII:1
Have on hand all the latest noveltlea In Fine Jew
elry; also Silver Pltherand Vicar Plated Ware of
new deragne, imitable for wedding gift.
Watches of all the American makers in froth and
sitter asses. - Both Kay and Pendant Winders ton
er.'ly on hand, es well an a full variety cf the
drier gradee of the Swim Watch. Including Jar
genes.. Jean, Perregatim and oth.
We call particular attention to one facilities for
repairing and regulating line Watches. To that
branch of our business we Mae special care.
Orders by mail mptly filled. Miasma of any
goods not In draw ing, by mall at eminent .
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE CO, "
65 and 67 SandusWy. St,Allegheny.
iTGAntr lear.`73, l ,TTS 171 11 BT ed
MUMS and lIYDRAULIC CHMKST.
C. G. MoDULLEN, Agent
Shoes, Boots and Gaiters
110 AVENUE, ALI.IIII7ENY CITY
The unit trGined to again Wan prosesalon
of Ins old Inane, end efonted It with a rich usorls
mem of BOOTS, SHOES Aril/ GAITERS.
Goods as wellma a. pri Ri ll ditallntnltnnelos.
F.nnot PaGnna and the potato are Invited to Galt.
HOLIES ; BELL &.0
ANCHOR COTTON MILL'
Itannfacturent of HEAVY MEDIUM and UGUT
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA
Sheeting and Batting
Bakery,,- ; Confectionery,
Tbe underlain:led bee eatitgal=tlatze bneVi
Wr i lite"'BrZyryik ' Slltatbany. oe%
p.l, 1d1y . .. tit 171:11eikreg la supply an
'" 4 „ r r li ntinionge4 3 7=lttr
- tifigt. to the rat*. eattutactina war!
ga E rfp ;oat ,n sad Om& The Dub
-11. Pg . '"" .°1'44"l
. WIL. L. KINDEL
VOTICE--Tbe Fluid which exploded
lat Mast Liberty eel nausea tbe ere on Jul/
4th, rota not CriffSENBEROEITS KEYSTONE
FLllll).witlett to 101 l by WITMER & TYSON.
No. 34 lbsittblield street, but another article.
tamer, has been any exploalon of the Key.
• ' I A!' ! I :
BELL & MOORHOUSE,
21 Fifth Avenue,
OFFER THE RALANCE OF THEIR
vER - 5 - 7 cuEAp.
_. 1 A( LES.
Dr. FRANKS. the celebrated Lecturer nn the
Eye. and 3tanyfactorer of Patent and Impnmed
Spectacle., ha. returned to Plttrbursh, and In now
at the ST. /10TEE. where he adJands SI.
far-famed Spectacles to defective dialen from an
examination of the eye alone, as to snit equally
well by day eii by artificial 1200 withont fatigue.
from 13 to 23 years. Dr/ F. maybe professlonallY
consulted on all disc..° of the Duman Eye.atid
ape stock of his SP - ectuelez end Eye Glasses
About 4.000 pairs of these Spectacle,
old on Dr. Pranks last visit in the epriee of
mouths, giving the most entire satisfection
no the medical gentlemen and citizens of
Pittsburgh hare by certiticate testified.
Ito particular and enquire at the Ladles entrance
Penn Street for Dr. Franke office. 110001 22
Hotel. • ara.Sarrni
rke. s I.
(not even In one case) to cure the very worst cases
Of Blind, Itching or Bleeding Plies. Those who are,
afflicted should immediately call on their draudtlf
and get WARNER'S PILE REMEDY. 'lt is ex
pressly for the Piles, and Is not recommended to
any other disease. It has cured many cease of over
thirty years standing. Price SI. For sale hydros
T. T. T
Trego's Teaberry Toothw• -h
he tooth pleasant. cheapest and beat Den el
Wan-listed free from injurious Ingredients.
It pre eves and whitens the Teeth !
InyixOriLtes and another the Geese! •• .
Purities and perfumer the breath
Preseinte nesumulation of Tartar! -
Cleans and ?urine. Artificial Teeth!
lea ellporior article fur Children!
Feld he al!
ro Druggists and I/enlists.
-Pprietor, A. 51. WILSON. Philadelphia.
For falls by all Pregrlsts. J•2sfrebel
- If KO It GE . liE AY EN
NI A NVFA CTURETI i*•
Cream Candies and Taffies
And Denier In Foreign and DrittOPIIC Fntlte
Pirtle., dein, s , 4useee.Catenpr,Nide. &t.
NO. 112 FEDERAL STREET
IL 31 McCOV,A% J IL hic3C031.21
Pave Sid..walk F.,Ctllars, Inside Yardg,
WARRANTED AGAIN Tfll ANGE.
enters lett nt AZEEM °Mee. Ot at 39
Park. Pl y laileTNlcYee
COAL AND CO
• - • 'r
t their Mines, Broad Ford, I'. 14. B. R.
4111ce, 14'2 WATER STREET,
sil}P TO ALI. POINTS
ICYH. AILRO AD,
- _Alla. Deliver in the City,
Yonghloghny anti Inthrneßo Con
OFFICE : •
ROOM No. 5 Gazette Biiilding.
ET - Orden reapeettally aollertwd.
_YOUGHIOGHENY GAS COAL CO.
• This C(.19P1317 are now marooned to to i gniati the
beat CORI of any sire or Quantity, AT FAIItitATY/1.
011itne and Yard adjoining lb. Conaelirtille flag.
road Deana root of Try Stmt. lattabniliii.
Orden. addressed to either Mee. Weal Norte
Pa., nr to Yard. will be promptir attandadt.
Charles H. Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Counellmille Coa
And Manufacturer of
COAL. SLACK AND DESIILPUORIZED COKE.
OFFICE AND TAM corrupt . Outbound Norton
streets, lAberty and Linter streets, Ninth Ward;
also, Second street, Eighth ward,. and at foot of
Roes Btreet, F. & C. Depot. Second ward.
Orden left at either of the .above attic., or ad.
Named to me through Pittsburgh P.0.. , NU1 recall's
• _ .
Co., tAlltrr ?rfl u ir VII a n ,
_rtf!,.(2,F 741 1 :
klirrhell. Morena.= & Co. Masan & Gnill
& Hugon. Air.. Bradley, Park, Pro. & Co, Park,
IleCardy & Co., Reese, Graff & Dull. Wm.ll. Faber
& Co.. J. 11.1.70. & Co. Jamas Marshall & Co.. Al
len, McKee &. Co., .Union Depot note!, Corinelbi.
villa FL IL, Pennarivanlk R. U., Allegkaar Vatter
COAT, ! COAL !! COAL
DICKSON, STEWART & CO
liwrinti.remneed their Office to
No. 567 Liberty Street,
(1..te17 Citr Flour Mill) RECORD CLOOF4
Are new me. to fundth good I . OITORI O -
011ENT LUM P NOT
NOT rows. QR 81..ACK. et the
lowest market prl..
All orders lert •t their
b e or addressed to there
thmeth 010 mad, aria be attend. to promedr •
Robt. H. Patterson
Seventh Avenue and, Liberty Stree
pirrsnurea - T,
WILL ON EVERY SATIRDAY HOLD AN
Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons
• And ererythhur appertaining to the Horse.
Parties desiring to .11 wp Thursday their no.
lieu of consignment on or befo re of math
Week ln order for udvertisi Prompt attention
and rood rare 'rill too give. " Rita left for WO.
JOHN - H. STENVART,
JOHN U. NTILWART ' HOW. A. PATITHAON
ROBERT. 11. PATTERSON & CO
Cor. seventh Avenue and Libert Rt.
• • - PITTSBURGH, PA
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &C.
SUMMER - STOCK;
Fine, l'iledhun and Common
Our Stock is the lavvest we hove'
ever offered to the trade.
Bovard, Rose .& Co.,
21 FIFTH_ AVENUE
M'Farland & Collins
ANI) 73 FIFTH AVE
They are taktnst Meick.und will close out matnT oT
he bes[ •
Brussels and Ingrains,
thatittret cost. Call eourt and get the clsitt,ee
New Rooms! New Goods!
We heee Insure... Med the oevitn: of ,our New
Rooms with the
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1561
OLIVER McCLINTOCKt CO.,
23 Fifth A-veniie.
$l.OO PER YARD.
50 TO 23 CENT 3 PER YARD.
51 Fifth Avenue,
(Above Wood B L,
Mar ufacturars of SPIUNG. MAIM and MUSK
mArrionsEs. Feather 801•Lers and Pillows.
Chhrch Cushions. Cornice Moulding* and all kinds
vpbolstary nark. AM. dealers Ira Window
Shades, Bag. Ginsen and Whit° Ilollands. °eels.
Tassels etc. Particular attemlon Is Aran to tag*
'lnane, cleaning and brnahlng. altering and rel.,-
• .onr mere of cleaning canna is too 01a7 W. 7
Ida& too can fed assurod that the colors an pas..
serreeland the goods thoroughly freed from all
A.tand rennin. Th. Prioe tor cleartiag has b.=
gistatlY reduced. Our aromas will call for and dal.
him dl moods Me of charge.
ROBERTS, NICUOLSON & THOMPSON,
Strata Carpet Beating Establishment,
NO.-127 WOOD STREET,
whtnai New Tlith Avencte,,PlLuburgb.l46-
Of all Colors,
Oti RAND ..V4l) FOR HALE AT
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
CLASS, CiIatENEIrRE &o
FIN C FRF.NCTI:
.%!' , - I ad l
China and ' Glass .
A p-i i BIISER PLATED GOODS. DINNER
P . 4 AND TEA SETS, TEA MATS I ' s
W. DAN CUTVEFLT. 1 F
x; ' PQ
4 RA: }MI A M MarIN WI CTINVD : S I.ra i I:Q
.... 41 .
R. E. BREED 6 1 CO
100 wooD STREET.
124 Wood SU./
Impodors and De.oo . In
FRENCH, CHINA, FINE CUT CUSS AND
ErThe Imustost wortment et Pie
..i.iIIIOIIV....ALICILLITrz M. CMS .
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HIGBY, CI; 1 CO.,
• No. - 189 Liberty St.,
..boloale and Retail. Dealers and Jobber* in
DRINA. OVRICNSWAILR, GLOMS and
The attention of an requiring goods In tlbe shore
Ilex Is directed to our Stock. Unsorted dirliettf
from the best Iturosean markets, and vre are mg
receiving a fresh sad desirable lot of the above
gOods. Y atdmld
CONTINUES TO TREAT ALVIIIVATIt DISEA
SES. Syphilis In all Ws forma. winery Meows,
and the effects of trowenry an completely wadies.
tads Spereastorrhea or Serateel Raeons and Im.
potemsr. melting from settabase or other emearri.
'sad which protons some of the folliomtng wohey
ea blolettee. bodily weeks . ..ma. itallseatioa. mew
smaptleti. rwenion to soclitY. brianaltnem. demo
of mt.. ereeta loos of memory. Indolence. amt.
teasel etalasions. and Shelly prptrytt the
oal mete= as to reader mania/.
eall therefore lospnalent. panamently
PerrAMS 11,1 Meted with these or any other de mte,
lo or lone mending cormiltntloriel complete.
sboakt Mee the Docam a trials h never MM.
• A wheeler attention Mee. to all DMA!. Com
plaints. Leocorrhus or Whites. Intlaternie
Lim or Iliceratinn of the Womb. Owstls, Prarltla
Amenorrhoea. atenorrhedle. Dramersorrhoma. sad
Sterility or Hammen. ere treated with the peat
t Le ealtrrident that a .IMNSeleswhO
himself exelastrely to the OEIO of a 01571.11.=
of diseases and treats thousands of cam=
greater OW Mat
The c.t.or cabbages el ge.11;:al tempt let °felt,
mall for two stamps. la lesiled ....s 'a"" —l6
eenteasse amUdna lonruction to the WWI.
enabling them to &MECUM the Medea Paten of
their OampLithstas •
The establtehment, coescrielne.teariale
a.E heceeaar is " thy
~tyl7 •b l li nt fi en : % *".* !Vs ", re ,M 11.4 " l e
amen 100 dad wit p e .ry.reyeWn spat
Olsforiaro Maraca NolnEblhrlferg . ,
"."*Mheinarrilee. No. V WYLIE BS.
"" cows EittelrelSE.