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The Alarm At Pittsburg

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ovidenco of tho alarm which is feit for the snfcty of Pittsburg, the Cleveland Plaindealer states that on Tuesday ove ning tho inessengors of the American Exprees Corupany brought to that city in iron safes, Jif 'leen million dollars in gold. The same company received the next morning $7,000,000, $050,000 of whieh was in gold coin. All this money was sent to Cleveland for safety by the bankc-rs and ïnerchants of Pittsburg - a faet which shows how thoroughly alive the Pittsburgers are to tho dangers whiob threaten thcm. f-JËT' "(I haven't another word to s.iy, atr - nevor dispute with fools ! " "Ño," was tho reply, " you aro very sure to agroe with them." SÜT It is impossible to make people understand thoir ignorance ; for it requires knowledge to perceive it ; and therefore ho that can perceive it hath it not. ï:fC A yung lady, if a visitor rings the door bell, wil! sometimos send word "engaged," thougb sha ncver had an offer in hor lifo. gjg" A letter froin Norfolk saya that tho courts were organized on the 8th instant, for the first time in Norfolk ainoe its oceupation by the United States forces. __ jjgr One of tho first acts of Dr. Longloy, the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Éngland, upon his elevatïon to the pritnaoy, was to insuro his life for the gum of L20,000.


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Michigan Argus