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rnia.sicar AL TiligtedDir.
• coal I believe my eyes! Was that
Relen—ony Ilelen—to whom I was to be
married in a month. hanging familiarly
of another's arm, and looking up u bor
ingly in his face as she had been wont
tdo in mine?
4484 no reason to distrust my eyes.
Ti fact I knew them to be exoeptionally
good. It certainly was Helen. - But what
could she be doing there, and who 'could
As be with on terms so intimate? • I had
every reason to believe her at home, hurt•
dreds'of miles away; and except tOws.rd
a btother or myself, I felt she - had no
buinena acting so. But I knew she had
no brother, and equally well that the
/elltitlTltitt with latr IMO
btisldoei tour I was Wang b4ifore
marriage had brought me to Item' Or
leans; and it vu on one of the public
promenades of that city that I so un
expectedly met my Minced under the
Determined to have an explanat ion, I
hurried forward to meet the pair,
/ raised mr bat tteretnoniously, bat, be
yond a stiff bow from the gentleman, re
ceived no recognition from either.
"Apparently you have forgotten me"
iksaid to Helen in a voice tremulous with
passion. in Epite of my efforts to appear
She shrank frightened from my look
and clung closer to her companion's arm.
He conducted her to a rustic seat at a
little distance, and returoing, accosted me
in a tone stndiously polite and haughty.
"I am ready to hear any thing you may
have to say to the lady." said be.
"I am not aware," I replied, "of any
reason for making you the medium of
communication between us."
"That your maaner is—not quite re
spectful," he answered, hesitating a mo
ment for the expression. "is one reason;
another is that the lady is my trite."
I was thunderstruck. My borne was at
a distance from Helen's. Besides, I had
been traveling for weeks, and had re
eeived no letters from her.
I remembered hearing her friend tease
her about a handsome gentleman in New
Orleans, where she had spent the last
winter. This was undoubtedly he—the
favored lover. Helen had only been
fining with me, and in my absence, with
oar wedding day fixed, had perfidiously
married my rival.
They were even now in their honey
moon! The thought made me fariont.
"Yernr.wife is a Was woman (" I hiss
ed through my clenched teeth. -
"You are a—." Controlling himself, he
added: This is no place for what re
mains to be settled between us.
Tour card if you please. Do not let
rey wife see." 'l l
I wOtad have !lung . it in hts face, bu t t I
knew that to make a 'scene there might
forestall the opportunity , I longed for
of meeting my supplanter in deadly cm.
I blinded him my card quietly. He
thrift it iA his pocket, and returned sae
I hastened away,impatient for the hour
to come, when, weapon , in hand, I might
(=front the mut I MOO (gall hated.
At that time and place, stick affairs
were not accustomed to be long deferred.
It wu neceseug that I eturild procure
the services of 'a friend w .. • delay.
Tere wu but one person In the c an
old college-mate, to whom I could apply
in such a need. I bad hie addreesi l nad
set out at once to fled him.
Then turning a street corner, u I hur
ried along, whom should I see coming to
me but the faithless Helen, her face
wreathed with smiles, and her hand ex
tended to greet me I
- She has surmised the danger to her
husband, thought I, and would seek to
disarm my vengeance. But my heart was
steel. I spurned her proffered hand, and,
with a look of anger and contempt, which
I was glad to see had its effect, putted on
quickly and in silence.
lily friend accompanied me to my room;
where I at once vet about arranging my
affairs. I knew my adversary's second
would call in an hour at farthest, and I
was anxious to have everything in readi
I had scarcely finiched what I had to
do, when a visitor was announced, whose
errand, as I anticipatedovas the delivery
of the expected message.
It was the form of a polite and courte
ous note—bow polite and courteous such
missives always are—merely stating that
the writer had committed the making of
s]l necessary arrangments on his part to
the bearer, ar his friend, Colonel Wyng,
and expressibg the hope that the affair
might be terminated as speedily as possi.
"You see," explained the colonel, atter
I had introduced my friend, Tom Bright,
"my principal has an engagement for the
opera this evening, and is desirous of
getting through in time for it." -
I gave the gentleman assurance that
there was no disposition on my part to
interfere unnecessarily with hi" friend's
engagements which, it was to be hoped,
nothing might occur to preveit , keeping
—Adding that, as the challenged party,
I 'elected pistols at ten paces; Efo no time
need be wasted on preliminaries.
."Inithat case," said the colonel; "we
may start at once. I have a carriage at
the door, and we can pick upjny friend
on the way."
We excepted trig offer, and set out ice-
Tom and the colonel chatted pleasantly
~i,%1 the carriage stopped in front of lin
"We mast stop here a moment gentle
men," said the eolonel. "Please step
oat;" and opening the. door be ;ed the
Tom and I would have preferred watt•
leg in the carriage, but the colonel in
sisted so politely. that we got out and fol.
lowed Mal up the alter*.
The door opened, and having eondtieted
us into a nest sitting-room the col.mel
bade Ds °settee him a moment, and disap•
"This way, gentlemen," he acid, return
ing after a few minutes.
He led us through a pair of folding
doors into an apartment where ow (veil
were greeted by a tableau„ t at which mine
were even more setonished thin by the
eight They had enc(notered in the !note
Thi4lelltood the man I was on my way
to tight, between too Helene ao like, that
which of them was mine I telt I should
never be able to decide.
41 1Vbst deuce you were, Fred," said
one of them—l saw it wiul my Helen now
by the ring on her finger—"to mistake
my sister for myself'this morning, and go
quarreling with her husband."
: I don't know whatl stammered.
"And then to get so absurdly jealoui,"
she continued, "and refused to speak to
me after so long an absence. I've a good
mind not to forgive you !"
"You see," explained my late enemy,
my Helen—whom you bad never seen
before—and your Helen are twin sisterti,
so nearly alike that intimate friends are
usually compelled to take their word for
which is which. They are devoted to
each other, and Helena would haVe Hel
en come and stay here a week or two be
fore her marriage. She has been here• a
couple of days now, and an hour ago came
in ming- 7 "
"I did no' such thing !" pouted Helen.
"At any rate," he continued, it came
out that you had met her on the street,
and unaccountably refused to speak. A
thought flushed upon me. I looked at
Though I had never seen you, I was not
ignorant of the name of my intended
brother•in•law. All was made clear, and
I dispatched to the eolonel to bring you
here as the beet way to prevent bloodshed
between prospective relatives."
The opera engagement was kept, a
happy evening was spent, and after many
blunders, I began at last to be able to tell
which was my Helen. I don't think the
whole world could deceive me on that
point now.-21. Y. Ledger
A limas Fitt•
They do not settle troubles in
Nevada as we do here. Instead of
lions and lambs laying down togeth
er, and permitting' a little child to
lead them, they fix up differenoes of
opinion with the revolVer and the bowie
knife. Here is the way a trouble was
dispoied of in that State a couple of
Tarrthrms Crrr, Nevada, September 7.
—Andy Fuget, a carpenter, and Jack
White, a miner, taught a due) night be
fore last with six-shooters' A lend had
exerted between the men for some tints,
and a few days ego when they met on
the depot grounds Puget said, "We
might as well Settle our trouble here."
The men then separated, with the under
standing that they would fight the first
time they met. Night before last the
men met again on the corner of Main
street and a little alley runuin 'up into
• - Chinese cittatary They no soon
er recognized each - other than e battle
The firingt i wasery rapid; s\•.o, pid,
indeed, that an y who heard it thought
that morelhait to men were engaged
in the shooting. The majority of those
who were in the neighborhood when the
shooting began ran away as fast as the
legs would carry theta, but two or three
men, who sought shelter ,in the iron
doorways of Bnskhalter's store, stood
their ground and witnessed the whole
battle. White fell first, and, striking on
the edge of the sidewalk, rolled into a
gutter about eighteen inches in depth.
Fuget fell about the same time, seeming
ly from the effect of White's last shot,
rolling in the same gutter in which
White was lying, and at no great distance
from him. Between the two men lay a
bundle of gunny sacks, owing to which
they were unable to see each other.
Fuget began to crawl toward White, who
lay in the gutter unable to rise. He
dragged himself along the gutter until he
reached the gunny sacks. He climbed
up on these until he could see his mortal
enemy, and then fired at him his two re
maining shots, White aroused himself,
and by great effort raised his pinto i and
fired his last shot, which rolled Fuget
from his position on the sacks, and ended
the desperate and bloody fight.
When the firing ceased and only groans
t Ort to be 110111* the citizens rapidly col
lected, and Boob a great crowd was on
the bloody battle field. The bleeding
and groaning men were carried to where
they could be cared tor. Fuget, howev
er, needed but little care, as he was dy
ing when taken up, and lived less than,
ten minutes. The shot which proved fa
tal struck him in the left-groin, severing
a large artery. He bled frightfully.
White' wonnds'were three in ,number,
and of such s nature that they must ne
cessarily prove fatal, •
Tasiris and elegancehotigh they s'
reckoned only among the smeller and sec
ondary morals, yet are of no mean impor
tance in the regulations of life. A moral
taste is not of force to turn vice into trite
tue; bat it recommends virtue with sone i .
thing like the blandishment of pleasure.
THE ARGUS AND RADICAL : WEDNESDAY, -OMB
JOHN P. DEAN
- $1 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ossperttare and Blacksmiths' Tools,
Shoves, Spades. Scythes, Snathes, Hoes,
Yorks and Rakes. together with a large
and varied stock of Hardware and Cut
lery, suitable for the trade, at greatly re•
dyced rates. .152-/Y
No. 118 Smithlleli greet,
SHEET IRON WARE.
Stoves, Clothes Wringers, C,_Ty, Bri
tannia and Block Tin Ware, Enamel
' ed Hollow Ware, Refrigeratiirs,
Ice Chests,Water Coolers,lce
Cret.m Freezers, Bird
Cages, Gas Stoves,
And House Furnishing Goods Generally;
NVIIOLESALS AND RETAIL.
Patent Adjustable Stove Shelves,
The most metal Invention of the Age!
Sole Agents for Spear's World-Renown
ed and Unrivaled ',-•
Lothracitfr Coal Heating Stoves,
Sole Agents for tile
Torn Thumb Carbon "y_Cook
This little Stoves the Wonder of the
Day, and the ffilly article of the kind that
will give you entire satisfaction.
GROCERS' GOODS A SPECIALTY.
WHEN IN PITTSBUBGH
PATRON - In
CAPERTONS' DINING ROOMS.
Tablee tarnished with the best the market at
irst Class Table, Rates Reasonab'e.
SINGLE XE.A.LB 50 CIMTS. - A ,^
Meals from 6% a. X. until 12 o'clock at night.
Remember the Mee, No. 60 Market Street.
eirCut this out and briar It with you. aagV.4w
Brighton, Paper Mills,
BEAVER FALLS, PENN'A.
HardWaze Glas., Straw.
s3E= O 1: 0 3E3 3FL E 3
And Sold At
Wholesale & *elan! by
Praia, letter & Co..
fr'itage taken to exchange.
J. F. DRAY°. J. H. llicCalzar,
J. B. Axon.L., Tuoi. XCCRIIILBT, Cash`r
Beaver Savings Bank
TROS. ILCREERY & CO.,
EXCHANGE, COIN, COUPONS,
And Bankable Paper. Collections made in all
porta of the United States. Special attention to
Collections and Remittance,. Interest on time
Deposits. Open from 9a.m.to 5 p. m. Dyl7-ly
ALPS INSURANCE COMPANY
OF E.RIE, PA.
Cash Capital $250,000 00
,Asssets, Oct 9 '7l, 311,948 29
Liabilities, - • - 5.200 00
0. NOBLE, President; J. P. VINCENT, Vice Pt.
H. W. WOODS. TM:tearer;
Tuos. F. GOODUICD, Secretarl.
Hon. 0 Noble, Erie lion. t.ho. B. Delameter,
.1 W Hammond, dol Meadville, Ps.
Hon Selden Marvin, do l lion J P Vincent, Eric
Hiram Diggett, do , Henry Ramie do
Charles H Reed, T Churchill do
`Sontlaard, \("apt J Rtchards do
W B therratt, do , Richerd ()Trio, do
H W Noble, do F H Gibbs, do
Engl_ehart, do John R Cochran, do
J H. Nell, do M Hartlebb, do
W H Abbott, Titusville. Capt D P DobbirW 1.,d0
Policies issued at fair rates and liberal terms.
Insures against damage by Lightning as well as
Fire. CHAS. B. HURST, Aft.
Rochester. Pa.. Dec. W. 1371; ly
W. W. BAKER,
(Stutoessor to Baaelttne,)
Virsouwa BZLUL DZALBB IN -7-N
Eng?wisp LitAasraphs, Rain and % ed,
tograpitgr, Passe Ferrante. MouWings an' 'Picture
Frames' Of all kinds, 87 Fifth Avenue,• doors
abcrta i iEmitbleld Bt..] Pittalmrsk. t • :1'2;7/
NAM UTACM=NI 01
PROPRIETORS OF THE
82 Third Avenue,
Ii RR, a W.,Phyticiatt aad dinvon. once
that fanner] occupied by_ Drs. „may and
Lawrence. . Dr. Mcutt's house.
IIAUNLILP,,J. 14 Attorney, at Law. Mee In
A, the Court-horie Be ear, ?a. legal
was promptkr attaacied to. lay3lS-1y
ujityls J. IL, dealer in Pitney bry Goods,
Cbolce Groceries, and Notions- t B Pecialtl
Tea and tines,) Yloar, Peed, and Wooden -*are,
corner of Thud and .tintriao streets, Beaver, Pa.
Groanles, car AIMM
Ls .sub. 4. D., Qum& r Lai twwoosay. - - ✓
V lons, Third street )011'70
Q NITGBII, 8. & CO., dolga In Groceries and Pro.
visions,' Third sue t.
ILM.VM Yu. B. ii.„ dealer in Millinery Gioods
1.1 and Trimmings, cor ad et. and Diamond. JOYS
aNDRIBBSSII 111R10, dealer Drnge and Meli
icines, 3d st. Bee adverus g Tent• // 29-70
11100 ME J., dealer in Dm and Medicines,
.1.3.1 Third street. J719'70
rINALLON ROBBBT manniacturer aiiii dealer in
1 Boota and Shoes, Third street. jy2170
ILIERTZ 11., manufacturer and dealer in Boots
I.YI and Shoes, Third street. JP2910
WALTER F., Baker and Confectioner. north-
V V out corner of the Diamond. jy2Bllo
A xsaufz O. H... dealer in Tin. Copper and
A. Sheet Iron Ware, Third street. jr/9'70
H. BrICII. MAXI Wll3Oll. H. B. 11100R2.
T_TICR, WILSON a MOORS, Attorneys at Law
1.1. Office: Rear of the Court-house.
ÜBALTO'S Shady Side Photograph Gallery.
U • Second Floor, Dunlap's corner; opposite the
toll bridge. aprll-Iy
M 0 LTBit. J. C., Market street. Bridgewater,
dealer In COAL from Bank at McKinley's
IjURST A. C., dealer in Dry Goods. lists and
11. Clips, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings,
Bridge street.lY 29 '7o
STILES t dealers - in Groeeries, -- Provisfoni.
and Quensware, Bridge street. ir2910
ItAr ULHEIM 8., dealer in Carpots, Oil Cloths and
.LTI. Variety Goode, Bridge street. jy29"70
T J. POWER—Civil Engineer and Surveyer.
CJ • Oftce near Depot, Rochester, Pa. 6441
(IRAS. P. BROBZUK, Druggist Pharmacist,
kldealtr in drugs, mectletnes, peritune ries , toilet
articlesaholee brands allobacco, dgs.re, dicr Op
posite tiio depot, Rochester, Ps. ang6 73-1 y
rrRO l 3. KENNED CO, (succe4sOrii io Wm.
Rueettling,Y Druggists and Chemists. Pre
salytions carefully compounded at all hours. In
the Diamond. Rochester. eep4.l3
NV i tts " an i dlitirrY. Ir l a i n alc i g Y st= ?Ar
mond. Rochester, Pa. (sepl4;ly
ANRY LAPP, Yann2acturer and Dealer in
LA. Furniture of all • • Brighton at., abate
Flow Factory. Bee stet. (sepltay
ANC :4 C. BAN Druggist. Pres
tfcsas carefully cow ded. Water et., Roo-
t CO., outtsetors and Builders,
• 34 aufacturers of Doors, Shutters, Bsc.
$ - Rochester. [sepll;ly
COTT, 801 LB & s • S, Su • so •C.
Laicize & Co„ - • • in Sawed and Planed
Lumber. Lath & Shingles, • • - • . sp18;17
cisrlll, 'foil!' F., (N - :?) • Gro-
1.7 anise , Float, Feed, Nails, varieties and No,
tluns, best qoalities and lowest prices. New
and Washington_ streets, Roe/water.
seg011,711.1: , •
4,2 PZICKLIZR 4 13QNS, If holeealo i skad retail (law
0 erg to- Dry Goods, Groearies 4 Flour, Wain,
best btores,/n3a,Zialls. Water ec. (nal°
DOGS W. A, AL D.,
iL PHYrACIAII AND . SURGBOii. sepri.3'7o
lATIKAN 41 CO., (successors to Ostman, Par
k, sous &*dealers In all kinds of rough
aDd dresses bor. selerlV
SCHR9II 3 CH4.8., manufacturer of and dealer In
Tin, Copper awl Sheet Iron Ware. 'twang,
spouting. &.C., attend to. N. York et. *4316'70
JOHNSON W. W., dealer in Carpets, 01 Cloths.
Wall Paper, Window Shades, Tilllllol and Vali.
ety Goods, near RE depot. sel6lo
STRFPLIDEI 41 CLARK. proprietors of Jokneon
House. Good accommodations and goodnta
bles. Near RR depot. sel6'7o
STREIT GEORGE, manufacturer sa dealer In
Booota, Bhoea, Slippers, Am., Water at., jesl6
DA.VID AUGHINBAUGH, mintifacture7of Tin,
Copper and Sheet Iron ware; dealer In Stoves.
Tin Rooting made to order. Water st. '03'70
I - 1 HAS. COALS, Dealer in pants, oil,glass,nails,
platelltas, looking glasses, frames, garden
and flower-seeds and fancy fowls. Falls street,
stew Brighton. y sep27ll-13
UTis ESURelNGlihat,Jiantacturers of car,
riages, ggies, spring-wagons, back-wag
ons and vehiclee, of every description, Bridge St.
Both practical workmen. Successors to George
LANG.NECCBR, dealer in Watches, Clocks
I! • and Jewelry. Repairing neatly executed,
Broadway, near Falls-et_ novl'7l-ly
j W. NIPPERT, Barer & Confectioner; Ice
• cream, Oysters and Game in beacon. Balls.
P' -Nice, Widdinge, &c.. supplied: tovl
M. WALLACE, Dea!er in Italian it American
V Marble ; Manufactures Monnments, Grave
stones eat), at reasonable prices. Railroad et.,
near new Depot, New Brigbton. [sep27
& J. SNELLENBMfII, Merchant Tailore,-
0 • Broadway, New Brighton. See adv Lepltly
MOSS, Photographer. Willson Blocit,
11. Broadway. Beet photographs from re-touch
ed nezatives. (4ep:4:ly
LION TON Iti.;.bTAL:RANT stk.
LOON.—Mealy at all hour 3, table eripplied
with all the delleacie* of the ‘ealori. 'cow.
«fitlamStrlcf::a comer of Fa.la aLd liroadu ay.
lARICY G, F., general dea.er +l,2roeerie., Feed,
Uneensware, (1114 s, ,t.e. 11. a; ,y, Iror. ar.d Brar.t
tablen at highest prices. Railrouitst. Penn
4,„:11:511iN Gi.:l). E., n . L.,:.r.facturr of Ca - lie,a and
0 Coufectionarieg. Particular Attention paid to
parties and wedding, orders. d • Get.7'7o
II:LILA:CD A. 1). itCo., thyatrjr , . in Farce ar.d
Dometilt, 1)11 God and tirerte Brit:A(lll%ly*
IGraining and Glazingin q); their branches.
Also Fresco Painting in Oil, DistAmper and Water
Colors. Orders executed on Au 't notice. in the
beet manner and on reasonable 1 ems. Main St.,
Beaver Palk. Pa. [nov29.ly.
office No. IJB
1,7 Penn street, Pittsburgh, Psi, find Beaver Falls
KING Mrs. 8., Milner and dialer in Dry Goode.
Notions, 44neensware,dte. ;'corner Main and
Baker at. sept23'7o.
DIINICEL W. W.. maanfactnp
in Boots, Slides. Gaiters, 4t
and Main stag:
LARK Mns. B. 13.. dealer it illitery. Farley
wad Notione. Mnin
. t 4 ee5011)
P. EL AGM.
AONEW £ BUCHANAN
littivneys ati Limy
Third Street, &am r eas a.
octB-13 , Opposite the Argos cam
JAMES H. CI
t rl rn Ncti A L m,
Third street beetier, ' oey at aw,
id door below - J. Moore': dru . store.
I Ti t halt-ratter and ver,
U work done in best Inyle, wigs, switches and
topples nods . up to order . Terms moderate.
Shop In the west end of the Union hotel -build
ing, Berra, nag9o.lS-li
1,4 &J. I.AWBANCZ, Physicians ar Surgeons,
1U • aloe that formerly wended by 13, S r Bev.
emu. Ammar, Third stir•et 2 Beaver. Pa. april-ly
obti troo, D. Office lower door
in J 11l building, Beaver, Pa. apil6tf
BUIDGkci - WATER.
LP. WI:INMAN, Yanalticture of Boo th and
• Shoes. Bridge St.. Bridgewater. (eepray
ABREHM, Bridge street, itridgewater, ?a.,
. Dealer in Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Silver-Wase,Spectscles,ic. Watch
es, Clocks and Jewelry repaired. Itebls'7l;ly
ANISL MILLER, Fashionable Tailor. None
Ill' but experienced workmen employed. Shop
Jr*t ridgq it.. Bridgewater. Pa. febB"7l;ly.
R, 1, 1873.
r of and dealer
. Corner Race
LOCKRART, D. J. R.
(100P2R T. L., dealer is Drage, Ned Miner,
w i lt:Gomm, dealer In petrel Merchandise
11llae l irpriV 4 paid for Country H ail-
rood street. Vanport. aprll.
Dill.8.11 1 MIAMIleablealP10101aa; Chroate
diseasea made a specialty. Offite, IN Wash
imam aymme. Medway City, Ps. I - •*I
JO thf 146.11i1=,3teaulbsturer of the Great
Republic Cookiag Stove, and Patentee of Por
table extension top sad mitre. Mena, Ps.
CONE, •Ay LIU a• •
• baithg rem to Berwarightanogers hl
medint ftsi, man brasebss, to the peop
ef the (ft Ind surrounding sounts7. Once • •
nor of Butler and Broadway. seplit- 1 y
THE GREATEN' WANT
Came Tito nor zidst at last.
3 DOOllB WEBT OF }B EAVER, PL
Has opened a r Harness and Saddle Store In the
room formerly occupied by /dr. dames PhiMe,
where Ir,nrepared to famish
And everything usually kept in a tirst-e' s
Harness and Saddle Store, He is prepare to
Of the corseat 'Wagon harness to th e finest coach
harness the world ever saw at very low prices.
A a at 9 cif > (0. 1-4,
Has been engaged In the manufacture of Harness
and Saddles for upwards of thirty years, during
which time he has manufactured Harness and
Saddles that compared with any that was ever put
on exhibition in America. Purchasers will do
wenn.° give him a' call before purchasing else
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Adventures of his Children and Friends
in his Discovery and Reesi e. Era
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By atrium lIIIRNE,/
Author of "Twenty Thousand Leases under
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and surrounding country; 'I mile from IL R. Sta
tion; house brick, two stories high, 4 rooms. attic,
hall, cellar, pooch, etc.; all finished; wash-bouse,
smoke-house, well of water at the kitchen door;
new, barn and stable with cellar. Nice paling
fence in front of property; all well painted: good
orchard in bearing condition. grapes, plumbs,
cherries, gooseberries, and all kinds of small fruit.
Will be sold on reasonable terms. Apply on the
premises to the owner, J. 31. GRAHAM.
Wanted immediately, four active. enerzetic men
to act at' , Agent,' for the "NEW" WHEELER
WILSON SEWING MACHINE tr NUJ county.
Only ruck men al4 can give good reference as to
character and ability, and furnish a florid need
apply. We ‘4 pay guarautted saddrieg, or to t .r.
conmi.orxiorte. to proper men. Only atieb men
As r e ally to enter the bn*lnp.aft need apply.
W3l. St'JIN Eli No. 14i Wood St., l'ittA
burgh. PA. [martiOv
AVOID QUACKS AND EuposTons.
Ito Charge for Advice and' Corislltatiol
Dr. J. B. Dolt. Graduate of Jtierson .IPtheal
College. Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all diseases of
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which he has made an
especial study) either in male or female s no mat
ter from what cause originating or of how long
standing. A practice of 80 years enables him
treat disease with 'success. Cares :mann* ...
Charges reasonable. Those at a distance c —or
ward letters describing symptoms and e'. .using
stamp to prepay postage,
Mend for the Guide to Health, Price 10 cents.
J. B. DYO'IV, D . ~Phyrlcias tied Surgeon.
febs-Iyl 104 Duane St.. New York.
that, FM continues
terform ail opera
in the dental pro-
ton at his office,
Tr station, Roches.
All who favor him
a call may expect
Ave their work done
In the best possible manner and the most reason
The books of the late flun of T. J. MAN D.
LER & SON are In his hands, where all who
have' accounts will please call immediately and
settle the same. mayl472;lY.
Open Day and likening, an the
TEE CHISAFX3T LED BEST PLACE OP
SIX PERFORILINCBB tro, the Stage, DAtLy
'IWO IN 713,PORENOON,
Doors open from 8 o'cloett in he morning tm.
tll 10 o'clock at night.
la;Admission to all, cally 25 5 cuts,`se
When vieiting the city, don't sfAl to visit
Are., between Wood and Smithfield 4P,
Black and Gold Front,
GEORGE W. BIGGS
Optical and Fancy Goods, &c.
PITTSB URGII, PA.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Please cut this advertisement out and
bring it with you. jel4-ly
Cor. Broad - lEOy and Twentieth Street,
On Both American and European Plans.
Complete with all modern improvements: rooms
en saih , and single; private parlors, baths, ele -
tors, &c. Location unsurpassed, being in di
verycentre of fashion and brilliant New Yo
life. In proximity to Chtuchea and places of-
Amusement, and Lord & Taylor's, Arnold &
Constable& and J. & C. Johnston's Dry Goods
pelaces. The hotel is under the management of
A. S. Barnum. formerly of Etarntim's hotel, Balti-
more; I. N, Green, of Dayton, Ohio, and recently
of New York, and Freeman Barnum, of Barnum's
Hotel, St. Louis. ens:;-9m
A Very Large Stock
' ARP STS,
Oil Cloths, &c.
LOW PRICED CARPETS,
WHOLALE and RETAIL,
51 FIFTH AVENUE,
as is ti: 31% /
Knabe & Co.'s Pianos,
HAINES BROS.' PIANOS; and
GEO. A. PRICE & CO.'S ORGANS,
The three beet r t'nost popular litnimetts
now in the marke atalogne e and rice Let,
containing full particnlare, mailed to ny addretls
CHARLOTTE BLUME IS
19 Sixth Avenue. PittAburgli,
April-Um SOLE A 6 NT
The undersigned takes prea.ure is In
forming his friends and the public zencr
aPy that he has just received and opene4 ,
A New Sckof Goods,
OF THE LATEST SYLE: , FU'
Fall and Winter Wear..
lie keeps the best of workmen in
emp!oy, and feels confident di 11::
to cut aut., make up garments !ot.!1
FASHIONABLE & DuilAtos.
-awl in such a manlier as will pic:l
GENTLEMEN'S FREEING GOO
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Call and see us before leaving your
WILLIAM REICH, Ji7
J. S. WINA.NS B►% CO•
9' DEALERS IN
Hardware, Iron, Navel.
Glass alltl Agricultural IMPICEBOI
L 4 THE CITY.
TWO rx THE ArrEn.xf
1.59 SMITHFIELD ST.
Four doors above ixti:i Ave.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Of every kind,