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tale, with which the fat lx>y appeared
much a fleeted, thor all three repaired
to the large kitckeo, in which the fam
ilv were by this time as-embled, ac
cording to annual cn?tom ou Christmas
eve, observed l>y otd Wnrdle's fore
father* from time immemorial.
From the centre of the ceiling of
this kitchen, old Wardle had just sus
pended, with his own hands, a huge
branch of mistletoe, aud this same
branch of mistletoe instantaneously
gave rise to a aeene of general aud
most delightful straggling and con
fusion ; in the midst of which, Mr.
Pickwick, with a gallantry that would
have done honor to a descendant of
Ltulv Tollimglower herself, tuok the
old lady by the hand, led her lieneath
the mystic branch, and saluted her in
all courtesy and decorum. The old
lady submitted to this piece ol practi
cal politeness with all the dignity
which befitted so important and serious
a solemnity; but the younger ladies,
not being so thoroughly imbued with
a superstitious veneration for the cus
tom ; or imagining that the value of
a salute is very much enhanced if it
cost a little trouble to obtain it;
screamed and struggled, and ran into
corners, and threatened and remon
strated, and did everything but leave
. the room, until some of the less adven
turous gentlemen were on the point of
desisting, when they all at once found
it useless to resist any longer, and
submitted to be kissed with a good
grace. Mr. Winkle kissed the young
lady with the black eyes, and Mr.
Snodgrass kissed Emily, and Mr. Wel
ler, not being particular about the form
of being under the mistletoe, kissed
Emma and the other female servants,
jost as he caught them. As to the
poor relations, they kissed everybody,
not even excepting the plainer portions
of the young-lady visitors, who, in
their excessive confusion, ran right
under the mistletoe, as soon as it was
hung up, without knowing it! Wardle
stood with bis back to the fire, survey
ing the whole scene, with the utmost
satisfaction ; and the fat boy took the
opportunity of appropriating to his
own use, and summarily devouring, a
particularly fine ininccpie, that had
been carefully put by. for .somebody
else.
Now, the screaming had subsided,
and faces were in a glow, and curls in
a tangle, and Mr. Pickwick, after kissing
the old lady as before mentioned, was
standing under the mistletoe, looking
a very pleased countenance on all that
was passing around him, when the
young lady with the black eyes, after a
little whispering with the other young
ladies, made a sudden dart forward,
and, patting her arui around Mr. Pick
wick's neck, saluted hiin affectionately
on the left check; and before Mr. Pick
wick distinctly knew what was the
matter, he was surrounded by the
whole body, and kissed by every one of
them.
It was a pleasant thing to see Mr.
Pickwick in the centre of the group,
now pulled this way, and then that,
and first kissed on the chin, and then
on the nose, and then on the spectacles;
and to hear the peals of laughter which
were raised on every side; but it was a
still more pleasant thing to see Air.
Pickwick, blinded shortly afterwards
with a silk handkerchief, falling up
against the wall, and scrambling into
corners, and goiug through all the mys
teries of blind-man's-buff, with the ut
most relish for the game, until at last
he caught one of the poor relations,
and then had to evade the blindman
himself, which ho did with a nimble
oess and agility that elicited the admi
ration and applause of all beholders.
The poor relations caught the people
who they thought would like it, and
when the game flagged, got caught
themselves. When they were all tired
of blindman's buff there was a great
game at snapdragon, and when fingers
enough were burned with that, and all
the raisins were gone, they sat down
by the huge fire of blazing logs to a
substantial supper, and a mighty bowl
of wa?sail, something smaller than un
ordinary wash-house cooper, in which
the hot apples were hissing and bnb
biing with a rich look and a jolly
sound that were perfectly irresistible.
"Thia," said Mr. Pickwick, looking
round him, "this is, indeed, comfort."
"Our invariable custom," replied Mr.
Wardle. "Everybody sits down with
us on Christmas eve, as you see them
now—servants and all; and here we
wait, until the clock strikes twelve, to
usher Christmas in, and beguile the
time with forfeits and old stories.
Trundle, my bob, rake up the fire.''
Up flew the bright sparks in myr
iads as the logs were stirred. The
deep red blaze sent forth a rich glow,
that penetrated into the furthest cor
ner of the room, and cast its cheerful
tint on every face.
"Come," said Wardle, "a song—a
Christmas song! I'll give you one,in
default of a better."
"Bravo !" said Mr. Pickwick.
"Fill up," cried Wardle. "It will
be two hours, good, before you see the
bottom of the bowl through the deep
rich color of the wassail: fill up all
round, and uow for the song."
Thus saying, the merry old gentle
man, in a good, round, sturdy voice,
commenced without more ado :
A CHRISTMAS ( A ROT,.
I care not tor Spring; oil liix tickle wing
Let the Moesoras noil bu«l« be horno;
He woon them amain with hi* treacherous rain,
And he scatter* them ere the morn.
An iiicouaiaient elf, he know* not himself,
Nor hi* own changing mind un hour ;
He'll Koiile in your face, and, with wry grimace,
He'll wither your youngest flower.
Iyet the Summer nun to his bright home run,
lie shall never be sought by me ;
When he's dimmed by a cloud I can laugh aloud,
And care not how snlkv he be !
For his darling child is the madness wild
That sports in fierce fever's train ;
And when love is too strong, it don't last long,
As many have found to their pain.
A mild harvest night, by the tranquil light
Of the modest and gentle moon,
Has a far sweeter nheeu for me, I ween,
Than the bro«d aad unblushing noon.
Bat every leaf awakens my grief,
As it lieth beneath tha tree ;
Bo let autumn air be never so fair,
It by no means agrees with me.
But my song I troll ont, for ('HHIBTWAS stoat.
The hearty, the true, and the bold ;
A bumper I drain, anil with might and maiu
Give three cheers for this Christmas old !
We'll usher him in with a merry din
That shall gladden his joyous heart,
And we'll keep him op while there's bite or sup,
And in fellowship good we'll part.
In hi* fine honent pride, he scorns to hide
One jot of his hard-weather »cars ;
They're no disgrace, for there's mnch the same
trace
On the cheeks of our bravest tars.
Then again I'll sing 'till the roof doth ring,
And it echoes from wall to wall—
To the stout old wight, fair welcome to-night,
As the King of the Seasons all!
This song was tamultuously ap
plauded—for friends and dependents
make a capital audience—and the poor
relations, especially, were in perfect
ecrttctes of rapture - «p*in wa? tlte
-,
' fire replenished, anil again went the
1 wassail round.
"flow it snows!" said one of the j
men, in a low tone.
"Snows, does it?" said Wardle.
"Rough, cold night, sir," replied the
man ; "and there's a wind got up. that
drifts it across the fields, in a thick
white cloud."
"What does Jem say !" inquired the
old lady. '.'There ain't anything the
matter, is there V
"No, no, mother," replied Wardle ;
"he savs there's a snowdrift, and a
wind that's piercing cold. I should
know that, by the way it rumbles in
the chimney."
"Ah !" said the old lady, "there wes
just such a wind, and ju:-t such a fall
of snow, a eood many years back. I
recollect—just five years before your
poor father died. It was a Christmas
eve, too, and I remember that on that
verv night he told lib the story about
the goblins that carried away old (ia
briel Grub."
"The story about what ?" saitl Mr.
Pickwick.
"Oh. nothing, nothing."replied War
dle. "About an old sexton, that the
good people down here supposed to
have been carried away by goblins.
"Suppose!" ejaculated the old lady.
"Is there anybody hardy enough to
disbelieve it ? Suppose! Haven't you
' heard ever since yon were a child, that
he wan carried away bv the goblins,
and don't you know be was ?"
'•Very well, mother, he was, if you
like," said Wardle, laughing. "He
j raft carried away by goblins, Pick
wick, and there's an end of the mat
ter."
"No, no," said Mr. Pickwick, "not
an end of it, I assure you, for I must
hear how. and why. and all about it."
Wardle smiled, as every head was
bent forward to hear: and filling out
the wassail with no stinted hand, nod
ded a health to Mr. Pickwick, and be
i gan as follows :
But bless our editorial heart, what
a long chapter we have been betrayed
, into ! We had quite forgotten all
such petty restrictions as chapters, we
i solemnly declare. So here goes, to
, give the iroblin a fair start in a new
one! A clear stage and no favor for
the goblins, ladies and gentlemen, if
vou please.
uvkkyT"~"
\ LT VEK V STABLE t
Having leased the Livery Stable
; - —~ formerly occupied by fieorge
1 t * i'»l } Walter, in the rear of the Vo
jfl geley House. Btltler, Pa., and
removed
ALL MY STOCK
to it. including Horse*. Carriages. Ilnggiea. Ac.,
the public are solicited to gi\o me a nil.
A! 1 my stock is in tirst-clags order, aurl per
- soi;8 wishing to hire will be accommo iated oil
r the moft reasonable terrcw and at the bhortent
notice. [oc22-3m] OEOP.OK BAXTER.
THR OLD STA\I>
LIVERY STABLE.
The public are r OP pectfully informed that I
have now taken the entire possession of the
Old Stand
LIVERY STABLE,
formerly known as Bickel h C 3., on Wcet Cun
ningham street, Butler, Pa.
lforaeK and Vehicle**
are all firet-claeu and in order. Timet nil
attendance given to customers and others at all
honrs.
The books of the firm of Bicfcel k Bauer are
with me for settlement.
oct2J-2m HENRY BIt'KEL.
livery, Feed and Sale
STABLE,
Cunningham St., near Heinemnti's Bookstore,
BUTLER, PA.
A 'arec number ol fir&t-cl.ig? Hk* and tsnfe
' hone* alw.iys OL haud. Kors»es led at rcasona-
I hie rates. Horses bought nud ?ol I.
*)AVID CL'PPS, PROPRIETOR.
<fcr Persons dinning conveyance I y the Huns
I e:m leave their orders at this stable.
I Jul) sou
L. M. COCHBAW,
livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
STABLE,
Rear of Lowry Ilouse, - - BUTLER, PA.
i juae4-ly
| That Acts ct the Same Time on 9|
i 1 THE LIVER, B
J THE BOWELS, fl
k I and tho KIDNEYS. U
, Tli°g- greet organ* »re the Katorml clean*- FJ
i ers of the t- .vlcm. If they work wtll. health If]
ttl'.l fcc prtrfort; 1f thvj become clogged, B|
dreadful are nsre to i ollovr with VI
, TERRIBLE SUFFERING, Li
' Blilloof.aem, Headache, Djipepnia, Jman- B
! dice, Con-.tlpatlo i and Pilest orKld- Iri
, ney Cnmp'.aliitH, Gravel, IMabeten, H
| Sedimeatin the l.'rin% JillUyor f J
I liopjr Vriue; or Uheamatic qJS
Tains and crhes, jj,
are developed t>cr-au»e tha Wood j/olsoned ■
with thi humeri tfi".t should ha.c been K
' ezpviled ru Lurally. W
KIDNEY-WORT L
win rcKtorethe oatnral acttrnand »!1 thew H
destroying evils v. ill be banished—neglect
them and vou will ll\ e but to snK-r.
T!ioii<am:*l!avoboenccrrd. TryHan/lyoe W
ttIH add onemoro'athßnnnJ-er. lakcttand W
, Uc.-.ltli will or.ee more giv'.i'e-.i your li"irt. I
VkyraArlMfprrma t'jc tjrmcatrfu B
arlilißhccr! I * .
Whf licnr turh dfniKM from ( «iatliatt«i yjt
aad Pile* t p
fflijr bo a« fractal bcc»K of dtaorderrd
aria-1
Krr.sirr-'WoflT vri:i care yon. Tryaj-ack- I
ageato:-ce and to siUnOcd.
Jt in a f'ry vc<jetable compound and
Oaepa.-kaae makr<«lx«|ur.rlst)f Jfedlelne, f
, no Hplrit, hrln? pn'pared
In pnro water.
Your DrnqgUt trCl gtl it f you. Irjriit jg
KVERY ONE TO KNOW THAT
B. Xi. FAHNESTOCK'3
LT7 1T G SY B "J - P
Is the moat efficient Remedy l>eforc the
' public for the cure of Coughs, t.'olda, Ac.
WE Or AKANTKK IT.
It Is from slight colds, which most per
sons deem of but little Importance, and
neglect, that many serious diseases arise.
5 Neglected odds soon pass Into the acute
stage,and If prompt and efficient remedies
are not used, in many cases become Chron
ic or Confirmed Bronchitis.
It Is especially adapted In the cure of
children, on account of its mild effect, «s
, It contains nothing that would Injure the
voungest child.
But a single trial will convince you. Hold
by all dealers- Trial tjlie 25 cts. Ijtrge
bottle 11.00.
FAHXKSTOCK BROS., Pro's, Pittsburg.
v liJln C- 11\ l'«r day at home Samples worth
t Q'J tp free. Addreea BTUW.I A Co.,
I fort lan a. Maine. dee3-'ty
mum* ricctttttUeir '£ \, 1873.
NEW
BOOT' SHOE STDHJB,
|
I >l< » BLOCK,
Main Streetj - Butler, Fa.
|
.Jtwl. UEH.Ta.'S.ifOF
i
Has received rntirc stock of r«ill and inter
BOOTS and SHOES.
A« I have an unusually large and attractive stock of BOOTS & SHOES
just opening, enibraeing all the newest styles. 1 invite tho attention and v o?c (
scrutiny of buyers.
Men's Kin and Calf Boots very cheap. Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Button, Polish and Side Lace Boots in endless variety, and at bottom prices.
Reynolds Brothers' celebrated tine Shoes always in stock.
Parties wanting BOOTS <fc SHOES made to order can do no lx tter than
by me, as I keep none hut the best of workmen in my employ.
I also keep a large stock of LEATHER and
grgfAll goods warranted as represented. AS j. KL i* F.
CARPETS! OIL CLOl'lIS! MATS! RUGS! STAIKROEg
S NEW STOCK J STOGit! >
J-H
| HECK & PATTERSON S |
j NEW CARPET 80011 j
M NOW OPEN ! c
a Q nfe Door South of fhatr Clothing House,, c
*™3 i
Dfifty's Block, " Bntler, Pa. 3
iSO OH MIVXS i SfKTII i SLVIM ISFIL' >T:3 r llO iS.LgJMVO
Hardware I Implements!
E::; J. «. A W. CAJ9PBELL, !=
Sole Agents for tho World-Renowned
:::::: miftj/rvr mower and hsafeh,
iflllLlUsifi p
SRAIN DRILL;
DULIVDIIj muam: p
i: RtiNDEd nit asst, iinitt:nii §
E: L. M. COSBY'S Celebrated FANNING MILL.::::::
UKAK,KItN .
Cultivators, Scythes $ Snaths, ;;;;;;
Shovel Plows, Grain Cradles, ;;;;;;
Corn Planters, Forks $ Hoes, -••••
""."j Lawn .Mowers, Gum floss, ••••••
And Everything in the Implement Line.
E; Stoves and Tinware, E:
House Purnisliing Goods ::::::
CARPENTERS' AND FARMERS' TODLS.
[ (ioofls greatly reduced in price nu-l guaranteed.
J. (I. &W. CAMPBELL. ."I'
Don't You Do It'
DON'T BE so FOOLISH AS TO BUY
AS OLD STYLE
Sewing Machine,;
No matter bow treat its name, i» how loud
Ito pretention*, when lor lens
money juii can
The Best Invented
wt»ll as
The Latest Improved.
; '
THE 9KLI"'-THREADING
Dauntless!
The only Machine r.i.ule whlt-li has
Shuttle, Take Up and Tensions
Entirely Self-Tit reading.
The DAUNTLESS also tnaken the most ixrfeot
J.Dik Siiu-h, liu* the most iniT' nious s» |m
mlc Uolil.in-Wintlcr, lnifr''-i Anu Space
and Wide Feed, Sri plest Michan
l»m, most stylish Furniture,
and
Handsomest Plating ani Ornamentation in
the Market.
It Sews Anything ! It Beat-" Evt rythlnp!!
It Pleases Everybody !!!
ifyScwing Machine Dealers everywhere will
fiud it to I heir interest to older the Dauntless,
and Rot Factory Prices. For terms, territory,
<Ve., apply to the Dauntless Manufacturing
C(impun>, Norwalk, 'Jhio, or to
L. H. BLAGLE,
Jylft-flm F.iwt Brady, Clulon Co., Fa.
L*l A A RA*<LE IN 87 70 P** 6 CAL ALO « NE
5,.) l II I free. BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO.,
- Cr*n» s»n. Oni»>.
The WHITE
SEWiNG S&IACHIKS
THR BEST Oi ALlrt
1 Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
As.d Undisputed in the Broad Claim
OP BeiNQ TKC
1 VEXiV BEST Orr.!tATIXG
QI'iCKrST SELLING.
HAK39OMUBT, AND
Host Perfect Sewing Machine
IM THE WORLD.
The great popularity of the White Is ihe most con
trlncing tribute to its excellence and superiority
over other machines, and in submitting ft to the
trade we pui It upon its m«rlts, aad in no Ins'a -ce
has it ever yet tailed to satlily any recommendation
In its favor.
The demand for the White has Increased to such
an extent that we are now compelled to turn out
A. Co*«.plet» Go-wlner I-CatiliSja*
Bvoiy tliroo raitvatea Im.
diy to s-u-jcyly
tlvo d.exn.aizxd. I
Every machine is warranted for 3 years! and
sold for csh at liberal discounts, or upon easy
payments, to suit the convenience of customers.
WAOXtTTS WAUTID Ut UKOCCTOIIS TIBSITCBT.
WHITE SEWING-MACHINE CO.,
Nl 368 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
VOX JOHKNOX, Agent.
Office at Vowelty's llakcry,
sci Ci dm BLILEK, FA.
■ k i:\ 3tV O. IIALK,
FIHE Mill TIM,
COn. PENN and SIXTH STREETS.
/'itlsloirrfh, Pa
IMMENSE STOCK OF
FJR FWBOODI
A. T
Ritter &. Ralston's.
DRFSS SILKS at 75c.. Si, 1.2", 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and 2.50 per yard.
ALL-WOOL CASHMERES at 4"c., 50c., 5Cc. 60c„ 65c., 70c., 75c , 80c., 8-JC., 90C.. sl, 1.10, 1.10 and 1.2y per
LADIES' CLOAKS at §2 50, 3.50, 1 50, 5.00, 5.50, G. 50, 7.50, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00. 12.50, 13,00, 10.00, li.OO, 18.00,
20.00, 22.50, 25.00, 30.00 j.nd 35.00.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, all styles and prices.
DOLMANS! DOLMANS! DOLMANS! DOLMANS!
LADIKS', Misses' and Children's Felt Hats, at 15 cents.
LADIEb' FT US, Misses' Furs, Children's Furs.
CARPETS, all Styles and Prices. Very Heavy Stock, and No Advance. Nov/ is the Time to Buy.
At 6i cents, good dark Calicoes, unbleached Canton Flannel, Bourette Dress Goods,
At 1>» cents, Columbian Cheviots, heavy dark Dress Goods in all the new shades.
At 20 cents, double-fold Alpacas; at 25 cents, double-fold Cashmeres, all colors.
At 35 cents, yard wide Cashmeres, black and colors.
XjT~ We have now the largest and best assortment of Goods we have ever shown, and we invite you to call early and secuie
bargains Although Goods liave advanced thirty to fifty per cent,, we are still SELLING AT OLD PRICES.
HITTER cs' RALSTON.
•J
PLANING HILL
\Nl>-
Liimber ¥anl S
J. L. PURVIS. L. O. PCRVrS.
S. 6. Purvis & Co.,
M 11UFACTI HS Hs AND PEALBRSI l!t
Rough and Planed Lumber
OF EVF.KY DESCRIPTION,
FIIAMES,
MOULDING^
SASIJ,
DOORS,
PateDt Moulded Weatherboarding.
j FLOORING,
SIDING,
BATTh "S
BRACKETS
an<l S-troll Sawing of every dencrii«Ucn
Gauged Cornice Boards,
Cornice Moulding
PORCII POSTS,
STAIR RAILS,
Newell Posts and Balusters
FENCE, PALINGS, Ac., Ac.
j MICHIGAN SHINGLES,
! Barn Boards; Plastering Lath ; llen>
lock Bill Stutt', such as Joist Raf
ters, Scantling. Ac., all sizes
constantly on hand.
ALSO,
RIG STUFF
AND
TANK STUFF
for oil wells.
All of which we will sell on
reasonable terms md guar- I
an tee satisfaction.
PLANING MILL AND YARD j
IVeHr tirrtnitn <'Htl»ollc tJlinrrh j
Ji»nß.. 1877. 1v I
Union Woolen Mills, j
I wonld desire to call llie attention of the
pnblic to the Union Woolen Mill, Bntler, Pa.,
where I have new and improved machinery for
j the manufacture of
Barred and Gray Flannels,
Knitting and Weaving Yarns,
! and I can recommend them as being very dura
ble ax thev are manufactured of pure Butler
conntv vml. They are beautiful in color, su
perior in texture, and will be wild at rery low |
pricea. For -ample* and j
Jul2*,-7<»-Iy) Bu«W, Pa
F:. Gr it I .E H ,
DEALER IN FINE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, &C.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY.
1 MAIN STREET, (North of Lowry House,) BUTLER, PA.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED, AND WARRANTED. "WI
15. Roe^in^a
[Sueresnor to A. C. lloeai<ing A Bro.J
DEALER IN
Groceries,
GRAIN, FLCUR, FEED, OIL,
_ ASl>
Anthracite Coal.
THE IIIGHEST MARKET I'ltlCE PAID IN
i^CASH"*
FOH OIIAIN OF ALL KINDS.
sep4tf _
BUTLER
Lumber Yard and Planing Mill.
H. BAUER - & BROS.,
Jbfpkrson ST.. - BUTLRR, PA.,
HANtTPACTtninui of
J Doors, Sash. Frames, Blinds,
Molding of all descriptions,
Brackets, Patent Molded
WeatherUmrding,
Mill Boards. Flooring, Palings,
Stair Railings, Balusters o!
every style, &c., &c.
Circular Moldings Mtde to Order.
aLXO, ÜB4LKRB IN
Lumber, Plank, Shingle*, lath, fcc,
1
■flag* £? '
BARGAINS FOU DECEMBER IN
Dress Goods, Furs, Cloaks and Dolmans.
' ®3F"Owing lo the fact that importer* ami man-I TUree ccacs 46-inch Fnncb Black Goods, Ar
lufacturers lun-t make preparations to show • mutes, Ptkhis,Cordl <V., from oi}s to »!-><.
soon after the tiibt of tlie incoming year, spring All-wocl and citr. value,
i ptocks for early wholesale buyers, as a. ouf,- I'IcCOH Black C'nslimercs,
, qnei.ce tliey are obliged to doee out tueir Fall respectively, in
! brock .... hand being larger than nsoal Uiey , wholesale prices,
)! DARK HEAVY DRESS F ABB ICS 1 SMS
HIGH j ans » ore tba "
In fa-t Biicl. rednctione in somo iiibtances have . f valnc B)ai . k (Prod's Malr and Silk
i,I .en jn-tlv termed sacrifice*. "*»»<-'' >•»»- j Wlr „ Otasjitnercs ;vl „i Monrnm* Goods.
tngeounly availe<l ourselvei of theeo off. nn,« , () „ Sniped PEKfN Sll.K3.at ?1
1 : to an unusually large extent, we are 111 :•< sitiou *
•to offer the largest line of REAL BARGAIN'S I"-' > ard . .
I IN DHESH GGOLS ever displayed in on: Sro-o J
( ! lioonw. We enumerate a few ca<e» of .pedal BLACK BROt/ADE ..11.K..,
(interest. _ | At ?1 25 perjard, in very choice new pat-
One case 42-inoh Novelties at 83c., retailed . telni<i n ,,| n || f 'j|k, brt so a proportion
!l this season at *l5O. I g pk n9 to make thciu very pretty and desirable
One ease JC-i.ich at retailed this spa-on at |
♦1.50. Large line new Rlack and Colored Brocade
Ono cafe 4fi-in-h Silk and Wool ban la nie $1 5J to ">0 per yard.
. Broebe Stripes and Novelties, asserted at vl.s\'; r»p v»~i an v*
I rttsiled tliib season at , ' , m ,»«Vn SI, K<*
i One case '24-inch Satin Moire Solid Colored COLORED DRK SlLlv.,
' Stripe Suiting!", ut f",' a 3.. al out half pricu At prices in accordance with our well-known
! Two cat-es 24-iueh exira line i'rem h A'MVodt ' small margin of profit# at Oic to #l per yard,
Shoodali Cloths. at the lemarkablv low price of ot the besi' known make*.
; 3£c. per \.Hid, iu twelve choice (-hades, goods ; NEVER BEFORE
| at 500. p. r Have we rf,o™ so jg a linem». Wta.'
yatd, together with hi exceeding choice sto. k Vi.«es Clonks, -jackets and De J™"'
'American Press Goods from Hto 25e. per yard. ?2.a0 up to the tiucst Seal or Silk. J ur-lined
I l.arge lot good Dark I'lai Is for coinmon Circulars, of all grades, Ught ana
1 School Dresses, at Sc. an 1 10c. per vard. j dark.
Flannels iUankots, H«»ieiv. Gloves. V inter Underwear, Fringes, Buttons and Silk Handker
chiefs an 1 Matters, in large assortment! :
380C3-GrS & BU 3HLXj»
118 Sc 120 FKDKRAIi STREET, ALLEGHENY
| RYCKMAN, DAY & CO., i
LIKE SHORE (IHHS.;
BROCTON, N. Y.,
manufaotubeks or
| Pore Xafivc Wiaes,
Still and Sparkling Wine,
AND
Brandies from Native Grapes
' Oui wines are put up in cholea packages, ami
i are guaranteed to be slrudard goods ami gixc
I satislaction.
U. ETZEI., Arciil,
I np2-ly BCTI.EK. Vt
ISPATC lIH
For mending Tin. Brass, Coj l>er, Lead
1 r ""l or Iron without aei lor iron. , | i
! 'y Anv ladv or child can mend with it. Hi j
H Will se:ul one s*:n|)le Plate by mail l
- (with directions) that sill cut I!^' w
R inch snnare patches on receipt of Vo
■ga cents, H for *l. 100 for *lO. ( Postage k
stamps received as cat-h. I AOKN 1 S j
A WANTKD. Can cairv one day's Stock r
Win your pocket. Sales will jield T-l lo
15 per d.v. t)ur IU page Illustrated J
CalaJogtio of Chromo*. Jewelry, Nov- mm
elties. Stationery, to.. FREE •« ,
. Address
rA CITY NOVELTY CO..
J lift South Hth St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Mention this paper. k i
g O 2* H I Jf P T I O (j
can be cured by the continued use of Osmtn's
Cr>ii Ltvn Oil ami Lacto Pu. si-hatk of \
i Limk, a enro for Consumption, Coughs, t'olds. |
| Asthma, Bronchitis, and all Scrofaloiis |
: Ask vonr dinggist for Osvtn'h and take no
other. If he lias not got it. I will eeod bj >l "
tles anvahe'e on receipt of i 6. Send for I ir
cutM.. • CHAS. A. OSMUN,
uov26-fim 13 Seveutb Ave.. New Yo k.
j, TIIEGKKATCAIIG
human/ misery.
I Just Publis/ini in n Sealed envelope. Price 6 cts.
A Lkctuke ON THK NATUKIC, Thbatmest,
an!. i'.AUiOAL cure of Seminal Wcakm-aa, or
Spurt. ntorrlKea, iudueed by Sell-Abuse, InVol
untary Rmlasions, I.upotenev, Nervous De
bility, and Impediments to Marriage tcnerally ;
CouMimption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Menial and
Phvtical lucnpacity,&c. —By ROBERT J.C.I L
VERWELL, M. D., author of the "Oreen
Book," &r. ....
| The world renowned author, in this admirable,
i Lecture, clearly proves Irom his onn experience
! that the awml consequences of Self-Abuse may
I be eftcctnally removed without medicine, ami
I without dangerous surgical operations, bougies,
1 histru" ents, rings, or .ordlals; poiniinu out a
mode ot cure a; once certain and ctleclual, by
which every sntlerer, no matter what his condi
tio! may be, may cure hiinsell cheaply, pri
vately and radically.
Qpfi 'lht* lecture trill;trove a btjon to thousands
mid thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post pud, on receipt of six cents or two
j {.ostngc stamps.
Addres." the Publishers,
The falve.wtll M*«lle»l Co.,
41 Ann St., Nbw Yokk, P. O. Box 4586.
apH-ly
rX>B SALE.
*5 will buy a one-halt interest In a good bus
inesti iu Pittsburgh. One who knows sotne
liiiu" about farming preler.red. An hooiet man
with the above amount will do well to address
bv letter. SMITH JOHNS, care S. M James,
1 stt Liberty street; Pa. |au27-ly
tIASHbTEH
GUN! sS
Ftnmk. Bell. Bo* .""-T
l.nrf Punr*. Alio «•"«■ i»lrbf»"d
rn/t« for #lO. Mr
lot Illustrated CataLuSUtt rr» r <s List*
JAMES BOWN A 80H8,
EaUrprfM Oua W«ti, 190 A* 138 W##cf W#.»
t>TABLf«TiEDim Fi.
% week iu vonr own town. Tenna and *5
S<>o ..utfit free. Address H. >' mxktt a Co.,
Portland, Main*. dec3-lv

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