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WAGES—NOT .131MOINIt N. •
Hundreds ot soreirefiniii..hundreillt of
drecis of cash. . - =
Paid vial ! ) . eiteerfuttnessi f eageilo gain o m fro
Hundreds of sterling fowrlte to utter,4o makedash—
Nay, but the iclitoiaim'd not at poitiy, noldv
of poetry Tie;
Given's the;pleasure of going on for the L s. d!
Then-ages of rant IS great; if the wages of merit be
Would the publishers scramble who should be first
to bargain with me?
I desire them, not to come hither. unless it be with
the "dust," ' ,
To make' me a golden grove, or to add to my stock
(aye me the plettinie or - 614 on the i s. +I!
- - . =-Cardinal Bonaparte is only 40 years of
—New Orleans is making more whiskey
has advanced two dash a barrel
—Edwin Forrest is almost millionaire
and as surly as a bear.
—ChallieFis the reigning tenor of Paris.
Ho is also a hunchback.
—A-Louisiana paper hag, Ben. Butler's
name, up for President. Significant
--Twelve hundred thousand tons of ice
are stored away in New York City.
—Darcy Magee had a pttblic dinner given
him in Moitreal on St. Patrick's day.
-Southern papers are anticipating the
return; this season, of the yellow fever.
=Colonel Henry C. Demings is writing a
"Life of Grant." Sods Albert D. Richard-
.'—About 41,000,000 pounds of sugar were
used in the breweries of Great Britain last
—Hrs. Lander wants some new • :good
plays. We fear she will do so for - a long
—Beauregard quelled a panic in a New 'Or
leans theatre recently, caused by an alarm
T.l new hotel * and a new hospital are
among the finebuildings going up in (in
—The Nashville 3fethedist Book concern
is deeply in debt, besides being engaged Ina
law suit. •
—Canning, Peel and Disraeli are the only
commoners who have been Prime Ministers
÷Lohengon, the very noisiest of all
Wagner's opera, was encored repeatedly in
—The dresi which took the first premium
at the Paris exhibition, has been presented
to Camil A I:frso.
—Des Moines has been, having oratorios.
In this particular the world 'of Pittsburgh
has been a blank this year.
—A Boston numi mathologist has just
paid $750 for a silver dollar of 1804. But
three were coined in that year.. '
—The Dacotah Indians are starving.
-Can't the Government 'get their receipt and
apply it to the Sioux and. Apaches.
—A Methodist prayer meeting; in Con
necticut was recently enlivened' by a vigor
ous fight right in the meeting house.
--1573 . 1iand . -worked cushions were pre
sented to the dethroned King of Hanover,
when he recently celebrated his ailver wed-
• —Porte Crayon the genial author is losing
his eye-sight. We are sure that he has the
sympathy of every reader of Harper's Maga
—The little New York Hai/ has gotten to
Jook 'very shabby, and has lost in brilliancy
since the death ' of its rival, the Evening
—Barren county (Ky.) still users the whip
ping post. We had thought, until we heard
: this, that,Delaware was thq only place so
~ b arbarous.
—Dana, of the New York Bun, is writ
: ing al.life of General Grant The General
-will soda have as many. lives as his favorite
'Thomas feline. •
—We undustand that a party of Pitts
burghers is going to start early in the sum
mer.on a pleasure excursion across the plains
-`to San Francisco..
—The Chicagoan. is the name •of a -forth
coming literary piper to be published in
- Chicago.. Many very prominent writers are
• already 'engaged.
—Victor lingo's description of
has been set to music by Wagner, the friend
of the Klng of Bavaria, who in spite of the
:'cable is not dead.
Brohan has been for twenty-seven
consecutive years an actress at the Theatre
Francais, and has just been•pensioned off
with $1;250 a year. •
; • —Cleveland street car companies are be
hind the • age; they are talking of using
dummy',engines Instead of horses. Eummy
engines have been discarded here long ago.
—A great many bridges •• all over the
country have been swept away, recently.
- The Allegheny Suspension bridge will
::,probably be swept away some'day, too, if the
.the Assistant Siperintendent keeps on ply
• ing his broom• WS vigorously as usual. •
—Bisop Potter spoke of the building - in
which. Mr. Tyng violated the Episcopalian
canon as a "meeting house. '- This dis
gusted the owners thereof, and their com
plaintahave been not deep but excessively
long, The house has a steeple, why then is
it not a church ? , • •
—The leader of a eolored prayer 'meeting
in the Methodist meeting house in :Peters
burg, (Va.) displayed:in kneeling,' a 'large
quantity of an under garment which 'was in ,
stahtlY recognized by another woman as her
* Muir was - pulled and faces
were scratched , before many minutes - had
—No ono will hail thedisposition. of the
- President' ith more personal pleasure ihan
Air. Stanton. The close confinement to the
War•Ofilmhas worn, the gallant gentlemau
' . ont, - and his health is folingc'yfiwride
.in - the:White House the Secretary can vs
create witli l / 4 t free and easy conscience f.
—Disaster is a sounding wor4.,.&;:il l otr-
Tork paper, speaking of the kitties. of a
man by a train of Care Ili:.adaill:.".P.lo.4tfr on
Long ; Island Railread.' i sin
‘ th4 fifty Meiv had been Weil l • 't.,',llt.i,m,i,ger
Those who delude themselves with the
idea that the recent' Rebellion its cause and
consequences, are things'to be :easily or soon
forgotten, have much to, learn. The shed
ding of, more blood, and the expenditure of
more money than any other War recorded
in history cost, demands atonement-and ret
ribution.. Those whabroughtabont and en
_gaged in the Rebellion,'are drinking the hit
ter', consequences from their 'fullness to their
dregs. Terrible indeed is 'their. chasti
Nor can the political Party that sympa
thized with Debellion, that gave it moral
"aid and comfort," 'escape its, great share of
inglorious responsibility. "Copperhead"
Democracy will no rmore be forgiven for its,
leanings toward . Secetsion /than Hartford
Convention Federalism was forgiven for its
"blue-light" sympathies in•-1q,14.—.117:Y.
Miss PEtitilleAlT 'will wear, when she signs
the marriage contract with M. de Brimont,
the same toilet, though in different colors, as
that worn by Madame de Dforny on. her
wedding day—a white brocade u.nderskirt,
over which a tunic of pink poult, trimmed
round with Aleneon, the front width. tiled»
lier. On:the high bodice a pink• bonquet,
and the same in her hair. An Aleneon waist
belt with flowing ends will'complete her at-
IT WAS a matter of curiosity how the. Chi.
cage papers obtained detailed reports of the
secret' investigation into the Charges against
the' Police Department. The miste,ry was
solved when a socialkvil, who ; was on the
witness stand, fainted,: into the 'arms of an
Alderman 'on, observing It pale,: emaciated
'thee glaring at:herthrough a stove-pipe hole
iri;the wall of the Chamber.' J. •
A Ms' rattirw 'AD had - been dnink for
gft — eral days at awinn do Ommda, was set
upon by a,party otrPales and females who
strip*. ticklectandpbebedldm for aname
,p2enc,:sntivs,lfun nut proving, tufliclent
l'or• the W`tinitm; tVmselltendar (creatures pro-
Cured 41.0 t, irortak , burning -anoint and ode's;
agokitpsi 44=4/.7 tbetr=/ 3 4 1 3,8g1iuS
groaning &do! ,
had, so it would probably be a good thing not
to waste disasters on single men.
—Morgan Owen, a renownetl Welsh bard
and antiquary, is dead. Hi .niter received
a letter nor wrote one, - and 'never •wai' Sour
miles trim home. An accotmtof tralttls,
with:his correspondence, would'inake
teresting volume. - - ' •
—A: short time ago; at a.leap yeat , party
in Philadelphia a young get:Alen:din wore
$l,BOO worth of jewels, and had three
bouquets. At a similar party in Boston a
young man had a $2,200 dress brought from
the Paris exposition. Similar merry makings
barring- tha - :extillvagance..-have not. been
wanting in prir olyn. city. Decidedly the
mostimpudent thing - eve
have*Weard'of fora long time was the action'
of an association, calling itself religious, in
requesting General Grant to devote $lO,OOO
a Year to it, beiguiejiis income is $30,000.
We think that the highest military officer of
a great nation needs $30;000 to keep up
proper appearances, and at least has .a right
to use it as he pleases.
—Charles Lever says that he can con
ceive of nothing drearier than a German
joke. Charles shows a narrowness of ap
preciation that we could hardly have
expected of him. German jokes are as ex
cellentf-'r Germans as Irish ones arc for the
Irish, ad. for neutral persons who are un
fortunate enough to be neither Teuton nor
Hiberian, the jokes are about on a par-
A Sultan's Daughter Marries a Dutch
• ,Hamburg papers relate the arrival of a
young merchant, who, after au absence
from his native city for a few years, has
just returned with the daughter of the Sul
tan of Zanzibar as his affianced wife. Some
years ago the young merchant, in order to
seek his fortune, traveled over land and sea,
and finally took up his residence at Zanzi
bar, in the immediate neighborhood of, the
palace. It is customary there to spend the
evening on the flat roofs of the houses,
where our German happened to see the
young Sultana ' who Used to promenade on
the roof of herfather's mansion. Roguish
little. Cupid was laying in ambuscade, and
soon plunged his arrows into the heats of
-the unwary couple. The consent of the
old 3lusselman could hardly be expected
to the marria g e of the Royal Princess with
an infidel Giaour, and so the loving couple
came to the defermination toelope,. which
they successfully did. After having- en
countered a great many adventures, they
safely arrived in Greece, where the young
Sultana, who is said to be a most beautiful !
lady, was converted to the Christian faith,
and there the nuptials were celebrated. -
-• A Romantic Tragedy.
A tragedy recently occurred near Mount
Cannel, Franklin county, Ind., the details
of which are as romantic as anything which
novelists have invented. A youno girl the
I daughter'of wealthy parents, was educated
at one of the seminaries at Oxford, , and it
was the intention of her parents that she
should make a match that would give her a
high position in the world. She fell in love,
however, with a young farmer who was
quite poor. The parents forbade her to
'lave anything to say to him, but they 'man
aged to exchange letters through the assist
ance of a young minister. Finally they
proposed to elope; but the go-between be
came enamored of the young lady, and pre
vailed on her to run off with him instead of
the farmer. They eloped and were married.
The grief of the farmer knew no bounds.
Determined upon revenge, he armed him
self _ with .a revolver, and swore that the
young divine shonla die for his treachery
A couple of weeks ago the rivals met, and
the farmer openly shot doWn the destroyer
of his-happiness. A fearful tragedy ended
the fond dream of lore.
Although vaccination of all kinds 'since
the days of Jenner has been attended with
fewer proportionate failures to. - accomplish.
its object, and fewer diagreeable results than
any other medical or surgical pronedure, yet
certainty and innoccuousnes.s could and can
still be obtained by strict adhesion to. Dr.
Jenner's golden rule "of using only &esh
eighth'day lymph," an article which should
always be easily obtained in any well regu
lated community. The perfect genuine un
broken,vaccine veSsicle,' between
-the time Of
the first appearance - of the fluid in it, and
the eighth day, or before the inflammatory
or pyogenic process which is marked by the
formation of , the area's bpgins, never con
tains pus, nor other infutions cells, nor any . -
thing but .a bland, clear, 'specific, or tut
generis fluid, elpable when fresh of prodnc—
ing only the phenomena which generated it,
and never can communieate strnma syphilis,
-or anything else than the -tree Jennerian
variola vacemte. This is fully,corroborated
by pathologists, bythe triumplmnt experi
ence of the best vaccinators; and by, all who
make Use of the material.': ,
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : 'MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1868
IC - lAL TEETH
VOLT; UPPER AND LOWER SET FOR 112.
..THETH.ENTRACTED WITROUT PAIN. - •
NO CHARGE FOR. EXTRACTING WHENASTI
...; - DADHELING GAS FREE OFXRARDEi- AT
stleam Establighnieni,: • •
278 PENN STREET, 3ip-DOOHABOVE-HAND.
N. B.—As DR. SCOTT Is a licensee under the
Goodyear Patents, be will not make any "new tbo
utta)rubber'' seta,but will continue t a b manufacture
the genuine ArtiFe - VULcANITE. - -mb=td&T
J. M. BUROIIiaLD & CO.'S
Entire Stock of Goods Closing- Out,
To make room for extending the
,Store Itoom back
No. 87 Market Street.
1868. ' 1 "c" . 1868.
ARBUTHNOT, SHANNON 5..7 CO.,
No. 115 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
Have now open a LAltdE NEW STOthi, which
they offer at
LESS THpi PRESL.`T EASTERN,PRICES.
Merchants desiring to sot t; up, and saTe • the 'ad
vance, should call at
- 2co. 115 WOOD STREET.
N EW 'DRESS GOODS.
Hare just opened a large assortment of
CARR'McCAND.CESS .Ik, CO.,'
' Mate Wilson, Carr t C0..1
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. el WOOD STREET, •
Valid door above Diamond alley. •
11EN.7.4 MIN 6INGERLY PHILIP CLIC.%
QINGERLY CI.E18; Successors
t..„1 to GEO. F. SCIICCHNAN &
The only Steam Lithographic Establishment West
of the Mountains. Business Cards, Letter Heads,
Bonds, Labels. Circulars, Show Cards, Diplomas.
Portraits; 'Wiens, Certificates of Deposits. imita
tion - Cards, Be., Nos. 151 and 74 Third Street,
GOIAS. A. MILLER,
NO. 80 FOLIATE STREET, APOLLO BtTELDI3O.
CHECKS. DRArP3, 'NOTES, BILL and LETTER
HEADS. &e.. done In all styles. 5p16:7.51
STEAM TO AND FROM aria -
LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN, IRELAND, • .
TWICE A WEEK.
- THE /NMA LINE r
Selling . EVERY SATURDAY,EVEItV WEDNES
DAY.-carrying the U. S. Mall. 'rickets sold to
and from. Ireland, England, Scotian*., Germany and
Trance. Apply at the Company's °Met.
WM. HINGHAM. dn.,
Exclusive Agent to 'look Cabin Passenger*,
54 FIFTH STREET.
Adonis 'Express oMce, Pittsburgh, Aa.
FORT PFFr LUMBER COMIPANY
Capital, - - $125,000.
• PALM otwtr-EDWARD DITITRIDGE.
Hr.curTAny—T. A. WRIGHT.
Scrim s ri - Tax.Drzir—EDW. DAV ISON.
Edward Davison, L. F. Duncan,
John Mellon, ; E. D
Geo. W. Dithridge, M. L..
S. R. Johnston.
LUMBER TARD--;Corner of BUTLER AND AL
LEGHENY STREETS. 14Inth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT PITT GLASS WORKS, Wash
LIVERY AND SALE STABLEI,
J. WARD NICHOLSON,-Proprietor,
NOS. 141 AND 143 THIRD STREET,
/10fLa8, CA ItRIAGES. &c., POll RIRE, Par
ticular attention cpalti to tho purchase and sale of
• - - - -
THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD
FRIEND OF THE AGE.
The `‘Queen" Triumphant
IflE ittrrer OF THE WASH TIM
• BUY IT. TRY IT.
7 FOR GIINSMAZ. 'FARMING PURPOSES IT IR
_PRONOUNOED UNPRECIIDENTRD, eheaperthan
soap--eleanses more thoroughly—coats less money—
saves more time and labor, and Is sold by all Ureters.
One. will demonstrate Its sunerlorlty and secure
It n'Arszi_ place In the affection or the entire , house
hold. at anufactured bY the
HIM MANUFACTURING Co.,
Office, 'No. 136 WOOD STREET. Pletsbarith.
Nor Pliteborgh Grata Elevator
. , „
w. W. ~ AprickEltSlON .
Manufacturer of CORN MEAL, EYE FLOUR and
CHOPPED FRED: Orders delivered In either city
free of charge. 'Grain of 401 kinds shopped, and
Corn shelled, on short notice: - .. .. . . - -. .
ALT--20,000, bushels - prime
-PA;ni-iEV 31 Ardrs
FOR SALB BF
. . ,
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•• ; 4:44.111(01111, sTnsvp & co.; Atiute r ,,, .
. ~ 0 , 4 -,, ,. .:x ,
Ninth Canal Streo, now. "lieitatr,, Aggh in y p it
nitifi:msliditT - - ' e .
W 01; E WILL ILEEP.ION - ..
lidd *Lan to iirdir klidiOf
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a c-w m 0 ad
1414 m ut .•
DRY GO 0 INS
JUST BECEIVED, AT
No. S 7 Market Street.
CALICOES lAND CRASH,
REME.3HIER THE PLACE,
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
23 FIFTH STREET
II fly !NM Ari:o 3.01:1
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XPEAL. ESTATE AGENTS.
BEAL ESTATE INN
ha. 98 Grant Street Pittsburgh ._
AND PERSONAL- PROPERTY
. . .
itorG T AND SO D.
WILL 'GIVE .03IpT ATTENTION TO •
2.lTegotiatiOn o Loans, 'Attend to the
Renting of °verity, Collection
of C s; etc.,
JOBEN B. B te r = & -BRO.,
STOCK AND EAL - ESTATE-. BROKERS
Are prepared to sell at' Auction STOCKS; BONDS,
and all kinds of SECURITIES. REAL ESTATE S
HOUSEHOLD - FURNITURE, &c., either on the
a a t t t h e e n t ß io o n aT p d
aid, raas he R e o t o o m or
e, to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale.
Sales of Real Estate In the country attended.
Office. 'No. 66 SMITHFIELD STREET. oce3
cHEAIt FA !Is FOR SALE.
have 1. ow for sale several ofthe finest FARM§ In
Westmoreland and Indiana counties, on remarka
bly easy terms, so easy that any one desirous of buy
ing can purchase On time altogether. Call and ex
amine for yourself.
ISSOLUTION.-LlllO FIRM OF
WHITE, .BERGER & CO. was dissolved on
oth inst., by mutual content.
, W, 11. BERGER,
\The undersigned will eontlnue the FREEM manufacture of
Wcindvn Ware and Packing Boxes, under the name
add' style of FREEMAN & BERGER. Office and
FalWory between Morton and Clymer streets, Ninth
Ward.. W. }BEEMAN.
W. 11. BERGER.
Fittshurgh. March 17. ISr.S. mr,ll:m9l.
.;SOLUTION.—The firm of'
'ROBINSON,. Me'KENNA &CO.,
Of Allegheny City. bus this (Inv linen dissolved by
inutuul consent. J. S. itortiSsosT continue
the GroCery Business at hls'new store,
No. 185 Federal Street,
And assumes al! 11ald71ties of thi old firm
ROBINSON. McKENNA 4 CO.,
J. S. ROBINSON.
ISI4OLUTIOINN-THE FIRM OF
ATWELL, LEE .4 CO. was dissolved on 'the
Ist of' February, Iscor. by mutual consent. Either
partner may sign the pameof the firm In settlement:.
A. J. LEE. ,
• --- •
GROCERYd will nue the 'WHOLESALE
it CSINESS. Under the name and tityle of
ATWELL & LEE, at the old place, No. 131 Second
street. A continuance of the patronage of their
friends and the public Is regpeetfulir solicited..
A. J. LEE,
Pirrsnructi, March 3tlL 1808.
he undersigned beg to announce to their friends
and the public that Hwy have
_purchased this OLD
ESTABLISHED and PoPILILAR HOUSE,
No. 344 I...lberty ,Street.
An N w IONHOUSEh kep er o n eh e
n b d s e d t oom s, T al e
newly furnished lu the best style, and only two min
utes' walk from the Railroad Depot. Trayelers will
find this house an excellent one to stop-at, and will
be accommodated any hour, day or night.
Connected with the House Is a splendid Hall for
Families or single persons- taken is board by the
day, week or mouth, with or without rooms.
CONDUCTED ON THE EUROPE..
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Nos. 405 and. 407 Liberty St*,
Opposito Union Depot, PITTgIIITHGEt
JAMES 7K. LANAHAN, iroprietor,
andouse Is newly hnilt and splendidly furnish's
ed.convenient to all the Railroads coming into
the city. Strangers visiting the city will tind thio a
very convenient and economical plan. You Recurs
your room and pay for your meals as you get them.
file Restaurant connected with this hotel Is open at
all hours of the day and night. Balls and parties
supplied with Suppers at the shortest notice and
reasonable rates. itela:gba
ST. LAWRENCE, 114YTEL)
CON THE EUROPE-AN,PLAN,)
Y: Corner Penn, and Canal Street -4,
This bc j ose bag been thorologhly retltind and new•
ly turn! bed throughout, Lad, Is now. open to the
HATS AND CAPS.
NEW SPRING G 091019.
ma. THE NEW STYLES OP
Hats and Caps,
AIUMNINO DAILY, AT
311'CORD & CO.'S,
far.' 131 WOOD • sintErr.
I 1 AItTIN LIESLEII,
. CAP S .AND
Manufacturer , Wholesale anil 'Retain:haler
In TRUK L. ITALISZS, So. '1351 83ilT11.
IftELIS STREET. Pittsburgh, ra.
Orders prompt/g alleckansi satlsciustlottguinvited.
BARR & itIOSPU;
FRUIT HOUSE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGE I / 4 "Not.
.2 and .4: St, Clair - Street, •Plttabniwit, Pa. Special
attention given to the desigalng and building of
COURT ROUSES and PUBLIC BUILDINGS. •
V . ARTOS;
. . .
MECHANICAL AND ENGINEERING
• DRAFTSMAN. • • •
°taco, 1 1 4110 Will, IA Third Its et,,.
With Mar IiOLLAND et C 6, PITTiiIIII GIL
L. 0. LIVINOSTON.W. 11. z!tatzw.4.ltoz!zis, IT:.TR.
j AVINGBI.IOIB4 co., 1 . , '
I 41-4 .. , IiANDF.ACTIMICRS ' . 01/ :- '•
' :. ! :
' . ',FINE ZIG:II,V. f11.8.1 7 17Ggp , ,
All diumirintlonl, for Ilum.6ers and du iiiterogig
tieuiturailmplcatentt,'o?ttlnittuf lAroc•104 Mpl lire
,ob work prmptly astendedito.•
—ozieto' ~rid i t oil•*Abiiblf. AirEittiP;
Amu' Otiter De 4 •Allegnen Ci t y. Pa, •
ono. YO; CLAIM 4:IrvirCILTXIXI36W.•;;D
pON CITN . BELT N'ORg&
itro, ll:l9 AR#. ll , 4 l, tr i.
3fiantragtliteft:Or ti t Actoringan. lat Piteot,
ntr,!tebtati 0114 t, saidAVatOWPAkIWIK,,
tatls6l(lt, Ita -* ( M ll6l ..49PDSlite
! • , f, ',. .341:VV1 041 'Ai,
N .M. G
o. SO PETTY,Weet
. CRACKER BAKERIES:
ARE BAKED IN A PATENT OVEN,
The Only one in Western Penn.sylvitnin.
gives,a LiqtrrErt,swErftil 'and more TINT
FORMLI BAILED CRACKER. (consequently more
' w holesome, thau can possibly be produced from
any other kind of an oven. I use the best :Flour,
and_will warrant my goods supOrlor to any' others.
ap i tea y of rgabllaluneut over 100 lIIILS.
Largest Bakery ever in Pittsburgh.
None genuine unless MARLIN is on the side of
every packages. .
01 Liberty Street. Pittsburgh.
ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
■ SHEPHARD'S -
Steam Cracker and illscuit Factory,
317 LIBERTY BTEEET;ITITBBURGH.
3fannfaetnrer and dealer - lA.26llnd'; of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, NUTS, &a:-
' • • • (Fourth door above Diamond.) -
Glass, , China Ware &
ES ErTy able CutlersAT t EAS s TE st N e ß n C hand.' Calltann d g x quired l o na
goods... • '
• • • 300:an
3'DIJY HEST.BEST AND CHEAIk,
EST PLANO.AND ORGAN.
Sdhonlackei's GOid Medal Piano,
I AND ESTEY'S' COTTAGE-ORGAN.
The SC I IO 3 tACKER 'PIANO Combines all the
latest valuable Improvements - known in the con
strueUon of a first class Instrument, And has always
been awarded the highest
- wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship,' for daratillity and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from $OO to PISO. (according to
style and finish,' cheaper than all other so-called
first 'class Pinup. '*
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at tho bead of all 'reed Instrument'. in
.duelug the most perfect pipe quality of tone of any
Instrument In the United States. It Is alm
ila and compact in - conatruction, and not liable to
get out of order. .
CARPENTER'S PATENT ' " VOX niThrANA
TREMOLO' , is only to be fofind this'Orgau.
Price from $lOO to 4850. All guaranteed for live
BARR, RRARE . 4t RUTILE%
N 0.12 ST. CLAIR STREET,
• • M L IODEONS , ANIt ORGANS,
In perfect order, from $315 to 5130.
bir2 ; CHARLOTTE
. 2 , rittli B t.• 24 door . itioye_ Wood
POUNDAY SeilOOL ::•CELEBRAL.•
• TICKS, PICNICS, DINNERPA-EMS att.3
kruished with the best ,
ICE CEEAM, CONFECTIONERIES;
CAKES, FRUITS, &a., &e.,
At .the lowost price and on the: shortest notice, by
- • MM./VS iRICTIT.ERI.
No itrov Diamond, Allegheny.
ENWE W. HORBAcW,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. soo SMITHFIBLD STERET,
Between Seventh and Liberty.
OYSTER SALOON' attached.
tGEOIRGEMEAVENi • `,!',
Candy Minufacturei v •
And dealer In FollEld* . f t ,
. .441...ceRpArt PSUrTS.
Second door 'trona the ilret: Na tional Bani„Alle
gheny City . , - •
emnitgir, nma : • oce4p,
F OR FRAGRANT TEAS,
. . .. .
-;;-'.?: .. ..:-...::: ':::•Ff - 3" ~z . - : 'l , . ':::-..',.' - ,i, - ':
.4%.1.43) •:. J.'.'; '...-,..;! V'.
No. 9.0 Fifth Street.
FOR THE FINEST TEAS,
THE CHOICEST GROCERIES,
THE PUREST SPICES,
And the best CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, &c.,
uk the most reasonable prices, go to
, FRANCE'S TEA ItART, • .
mho: 13 Diamond, Pittvburgh.
SUCAR AND MOLASSES
" IN STORE AND TO ARDIVE. •
550 hhits. N. O. Sugar, prime to choice; •
500 bbls. 'Plantation Molasses, prime to choice;
110 " prime Carolina Rice;
500 " extra Salt,
With a large and general assortment of all kinds of
GROCERIES and other goods in our line, for sale
low to the trade, by
JOHN I. .1101115E-dc.BROS.;
Corner Sialthfleld and Water Streets.
GLASS, CRINA, pIITL.ERY
100 WOOD STREET
12 1 And other STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS, a great variety..
100 WOOD STREET
RICHARD E. BREED & CO
O WOOD STR rr.
IttRUp4' . 4.EIZENSTEIN,
RI.A.bTOS, ORGANS, &O.
BY PALMI33 - .1 PHILLIPS
pALMER S., PHIELIPS,
•Cant' , MertAants,
OPERA. HOUSE ARTION ROOMS,
So. 60 Fifth Stieet, Pithibur g h Fa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT.PP.IVA.T.E. SALE il).1."1 EVP2§7)Sie,.
aiilititsinento SOliettid. Pronipt nt4--
DANKRUPT SALE, WESTERN
LANDS AND OIL 7%0 clock NINO, April 7th ,al 7,ifi . o'clock, be sot ,d
on second floor-of Commercial Sales Doom, No.
Smithfield street, by order of John H. Bailey,As-signee In Bankruptcy of Jenkins. Neish S Co., the
following Western Lands and Oil Stocks:-
lquarter section; In Otes Co.,•Nebraska.
1 quarter section in Franklin Co., lowa.
2 one-eighth sectional's-Cass Co., Nebraska.
2 one -sixteenth sections In Adair Co., 310.
220 .acre tract in Wright Co., Missouri. • •
1 quarter sectionln Cass Co., Nebraska, • '
100 sharesMlack Diamond Oil Company. •
100 skarei Pennsylvania ow Company:. • '
100 shares Whitehill Oil Company. r • •
100 shares Phillips Oil Company. -
000 shares Banner Oil Company'. .
mblt ' A. MeILWAINE, Auctioneer.
ALCABLE STOCKS Bi.EIONDS.
• TUESDAY EVENING. March 24th, at - 7±..i"
o'clock, will be sold, on second floor of commercla.•
Sales Itcionts,loo Smithfield street: - -
M t fygl.o shares Third National Dank..
20 sh ores Second National Bank.
15 shares Tradesmen7s National Dank. -
10 shares National Trust Co.
. 10 shares Lawrenceville Savings Dank.
20 shares Pacific fi Atlantic Telegraph Co,
50 shares Pittsburgh Orain Elevator Co.
100 shares Cohnubla Oil Co. •
30 shares Monongahela Co.
4-0 shares Allegheny Insitranee Co.
10 shares Cash Insurance Co.
20 shares. Western Insurance Co:
mhD A. MeILWAINE
GROCERY STOCK AND • FIX
TURES AT AUCTION. —W o'clock,ol. on
YESDAY, March 25th. at 10 at X. B.
Dalzell's Store. Diamond, the retire.
stock of superior quality of Groceries, Fiktures,
Tea Canisters, Platform and Counter Scales, - Scoops,
Measures, .t.a. The particular attention of the trade
is invited to the supetior qualities orfeas, onwhielt
,a considerable stock. .
A. LEGGATE, Auctioneer.
159 Federal street. 'Allegheny.
DISTRICT COURT OF
UNITED STATES, for. the - Western District
of Pennsylvania, 553 in Bankruptcy. In the mat
ter of JOHN W. O'BRIEN. WILLIAM H. STIM
PLE and ALEXANDER BERRYHILL, partners as
O'Brien, Stimple & Co., Bankrupts. '
Western District of Pennsylvania. ss: A warrant
in Bankruptcy has been issued by said Court against
the estate or John W. O'Brien, William H. Sample
and Alexander lierryhill, partners as O'Brien,
Stimple & Co., of the county ofAllegheny; and State
of Pennsylvania, in said District adjudged Bank
rupts upon petition of John W. O'Brien and William
H. Stimple, partners. and the payment' of. any
debts and the delivery of any property - belong
log to said bankrupts, to them, or to ' , air use,and the
transfer of any, property ,by them, ere forbidden by
law. A meeting of the Creditors of said Bankrupts;
to prove their debts and choose one or more .As
signees. of their Estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 93 Diamond street,
Pittsbut•gb. in said District. on the .I.sth' .day of
April. A. D. 1568. at 10 o'clock A. at.. at the office
of SAMUEL HARPER, Esq., one orthe - Registers.
In Bankruptcy of said District. •
• THOMAS 'ROWLEY.
nah2l U. S. Marshal for said District -
WESTERN - DISTRICT: OF
PENNSYLVANIA, F.P..—At the City of Pitts
burgh. the 14th of March, IBM—The undersigned
herebgives notice of his appointment as Assignee
of BENJAMIN F. CRISWLT.I., ofthe. city of Phil
adelphia. late of Pittsburgh, in the county of Alle
gheny and State of Pennsylvania, within said Dis
trict, who has been adjudged
.a Bankrupt upon his
own petition by the District Court of said District.
JOHN H. BAILEY, Assignee, • ' -
InhlG:mBl:ts Att'y at Law, 89 Drant street.,
TREASURY DEPARTIIYt'NT OF
• It ARRISB.IIThriIt 1567.
NOTICE TO THE HOLDERS
Commonwealth of Pennnsylvania,
DWE JITLY IST, 1868.
THE FOLLOWING LOANS
Dtte July lat, 18(04.
WILL BE TIEDErwrD, iTa"I.tiTEItEST, TO
DATE OF PAYMENT, ON THE.'-4.R.E-
SENT4TioIi" AT, THE
FARMERS' & MECHANICS'
NATIONAL BANK, , ,
1 3 .1H331,A.ILVEZIOUZLEL s
Loan of March .1839, due. July
Loan of July 19th, 1839, clue rya
INTEREST ON , THE ABOVE LpA:vs...mtra.
CEASE ON TEE IST OF .1 - 61 T, 1868
FRANI'M JOHDAN,See'y State.
JOUR W. IMEITRANT, AiS. G*34..
W. H.' HEMBLE, State Treits'r.
Comtnliw toner; of Sinking Fund,
- QIUPPLIES FOR WATER.WOfthg
Comrsotraca's, O c riune i
kiLMII43II4IIO tkkrgiVgAINAVIM A
office until TUESDAY,- With liast., at 4 ii , ttock
sr., for furnishing the Al l - .Water Works
during the current year with tho following supplies,
to-wit: • - • .
'WATER PIPE , BRANCHES AND SERE**
of the following dlanletao,lrjz..-4;.6, 8, 10 and .
ARI Inches. .Also • .
STOP COCKS, FIBS PLUGS, AND,
11 ISCELLANEOUS CASTINGS, . ,
ALL Tin STOP COCK ANt! rntz PLIIWBOTEs
FERRULES • REQUIRED-, D,URIN G THE YEAR.
AlapcnUlhe COAL required during the year; to lbe
of the best quality of nut, and to.be delivered In the
yard.of the water Works. - • -
• All Orthe .above suppliew-to be delivered at such
times :and places . the: Superintendent :of.
Works may direct. - • . -
Separato bide , are requirtml for eich •of theniri
g o ing - artiNetridso , separate bids for eauls;of water
pecidCattoiliforlhe above et be bad at tue °Zee
of Superintendent, Minh or
•otlicefer the Citreentroller. • 1 •
The right is reserved to relict any or bids
proposals will' also be' received at - the same VOW
for :doing the. MAULING rLuiredz .thc Vigor
Works di:m[l,4l.4e • E. B. srx.ANCUI, ,
.mhiSunS2 - • • City -Controlle'
.ralgm OF CITY NGiNit
p• •• Pittston ret, , ..may *it..
101 tiratrit , irtatrr- Between srtet •, *.%
ea tolrtit Vdg
igieWcounntk: Ute r13411r.
Water or Glib eoitug I
'laic/ 4 0;6A
oPe..,_niag SaidaitfeaC 4 Dermlte =sl3];iv
~ , ,,, ,L .4,0t004a, extlitua fhp
BY L WILWAINE.
Ft A. LEGGATE.