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OBllil 'OD MAGGIE . : AN IDYL.
BY .It. . 110VEDYN. .-
.THE RUSTIC LOVER.
Rob looks on while Maggie works,
Follows every_stitch of sewing;
Robin fidgets, Robin Jerks,
Stammers—" Now, I must be going.
Maggie with a saucy glance
Sets his heart and face a-glowing;_.
She'll lead him a pretty dance
With his—"Nowi I must be going."
'Rothmans till Milking time;
Listens to the pigeon cooing,
Not aword In prose or rhyme,
Only" Now, I must be going."
Maggie kilts her linsey-coats ,
Such. a pair of ankles showing; -
On those ankles Robin floats. •
Yet he says—• • l must be going."
Maggie takes the milking afoot:
Pall across -her shoulder throwing;
Robin follows. like a fool. •
- Vowing st lII— . .1 must • going." ...
• : Out together in the byre, - . c
Where the heavy 'Ode re lowing
Robin'S brain Is all a-fir , ,
Spite of— .• Imdt be goint,"
. Maggie's ear's against:the cow.
Roth bands keep the milk a-llowisig„ ,
'What a chance for Robin now!
' Can heatty—"l. must be going?"
Maggle's lip begtns to pout, .
Pique into vexation growing—
" Robin, you're a sheepishlo t;
Lnddle, sure you're long o' oing."
Maggie sits beneath a lime.
'Where the bees are ever hu ming:
ltaggic's true to trysting-time.
Surely Robin must be coming. , • .
Robin, not a mile away,.
Keeps behind'the fence demurely; -
Loth to go. afraid to stay.
Yet his heart is with her, surely.
Maggie plies the knitting-pins.
How they dash between her fingers!
Pride and huger, mortal sins,
Grow apace while Robin linkers.
Rob, unseen. in ambush stands,
Gat o s on tiereo's toh an wear the stocking:
b usy ds.
And the they foot ft-rocking. . ..
Maggie drops the knitting down:
Crafty-Robin hears her sighing;
After one indignant frown
'Pretty Maggie falls a-crying. •
Robin from his covert slips,
Robin throws an ann abort her;
Kisses thrice her eyes and lips. .
VOWS he'd ratherdie than flout her:
Maggie dries her hazel eyes. •
M. hlspers low: ''3lv heart is aching; ,•
"Rob," she sighs, "he true and wise,
Keep and care for what you're taking.
~ "Maggie, I've been over-hold,
• And torek%so, dodeny it;
. ' 1 , 11 re you twenty fold"
,"N e, no,ltohin; there be qitieti"
- • 1 rMuctrittlan's Magar.int
- 7 Cinchuiati is to have the Grand Duchess
—Btory is going to do Peabody in marble.
What a story/ to - be sure.
—Thirteen. hundred pilgrims went from.
Damascus to Mecca this year. -
—Le Fqat says that .undoubtedly bon
nets' are to be larger in the summer.
—The Ohidand Mississippi Railway is to I
be extended this year to New. Albany.
—Anna Dickinson wants Colfax for
President. This is very hard on Colfax.
—Five of Brigham Young's spouws fell
victims to Pnetunonia during the past win=
Madame Rumor says that Lotta is to
marry a fortunate young gentleman of Balti
more. : •
—The climate of Montana is said to be de
lightful. California is quite cast in the
—Carle Formes is acting at Wurzburg,
in Germany. Re has abandoned the musi
—The various county treasurers of lowa
liaW r iciht $38,000, during.the last few weeks,
and all by buiglars. '
—Philadelphia is to have a grand organ
concert, atitßich some twenty (?) cottage
organs:are to 1:,.•e used.
--tkintortitriPlifacialistic is a word used
by . the Philadelphia Press, in connection
with Kr. Alf: Burnett.
—Bishop Hopkins' s memorial window has
been. eiected in the Bishop's church, in Bur
lington, by his family. . •
—Lola Montez' name was Eliza Gilbert.
Sheds buried in Greenwood, and Ludwig I.
is catafalqued in Munich.
--3.Ess Marion Foster has inherited some
of her father's genius. • She has already
composed some pretty little things.
--Hoop skfrts are not worn at all in Paris
salons. Small ones are still considered
quite the thing, however, in the street.
—From one or two of . our exchanges we
learn that Pittsburgh is to have a fine new
• opera house. The sarcasm of some journals
is proverbial. • • - .
• —lt is considered certain that by the end
'of August next 815 miles of the California
• end of the Pacific 'Railroad will be in good
working order. • .
London has a knobking _ghoit, which
disturhs the inmates of a very ieepectahle
house, - Rochester knockers are not apprec
'—George Darwin, the son of the father of
the Darwinian theory, (not, however, the
brother of that theory,) is second wrangler
at Cambridge this year. - ' = '
—The Pall Mall Gazette objects .dog
ging in schools—'-a habit or custom wear.
prevalent in England—and think% that .
children as welleas women have their rights.
. —The second detachment of yapal Zon
apes are expected to leave Canada on the
15th of April neat: It is supposed: by some
* that the Dominion Government will stop
—A bill is in preparation by the Canadian .
Government which will enable Americans
to take out' patents in the Dominion on the
atone terms that Canadlims danovr t in this .
ccitiAtrY• • '
—English-people have a new word. In
.atead of saying "so and so has skedadled,"
they say he has spoked. We can not think .
this neir. word as eipressive as the clasaid
— 4 The best thing We have heard of Mr.
Forney for a long. time, is that• Prentice
the Louisville Is:tiireaiis spoilt
Inn." We confess to - a' icspeot for any nun
slandered by Prentice.
Philadelphiacritic last week described
"a, new ' play called Fanc,hon," in which
3140 3fitchell was taking part as Fanclioni
Mme is great, but a greater than she is ,
here in the person of the elfin Lotta. .
—Petrolia is the only region in Canada
where oil -is still produced, and there the
price his fallen to forty - Cents a barreL This
does not ;pay. for , Abe working, and cense
.quently the p l a c e is
—Boston is about to-'Parade''pickpockets
through the street with placards denoting
~5 ~ ~~"Y`
their callihg on their,bteasts. The fraterni
ty objects indignantly to this, and will prob.'
ably call upon its party to add aveto to this
rule, to the platform on which they intendto
beat the Republicans at the next election.
—Large TIMESCS, of silver pre have. been
found near Lookout Mountain, in Terme
.see, at least the gentleman from Chata
nooga, who made the discovery thinks it is
—Hon. Galusha A. Grow is to be the ora
tor at the annual convention of Psi Ypsilon
Conv•ention,,,to be held on the lith and 18th
of June next, at Ann Arbor. .
—A.western exchange speaks of the Hon.
H. H. Child of Pittsburgh,-and says he died
aged 84. Who is l ihe't Prohably for Pitts
burgh We should read Pittsfield or Pittston.
--Tlaere is on exhibition in Cincienati now
a perfectly developed woman with fine fig
ure and form,. who is only two years old.
Probaby the , oungest woman since the
early days of Mother Eve. -
—Rothschild's prospects for a seat in the
House of Lords are-supposed • to be much
brighter since England has a Premier who
is supposed to have no strong feelings
against the children of Israel. •
--Prince Alfred has quite a nilmber of
young Englishmen withe
n s spree in
Australia, and they ar all . very fastish,
they. have gotten into some scrapes which
have horrified the Australians.
LlA ) party of bloomers called on Dickens
at Rochester. ' It is supposed that by this
display of trowaers they hope to take an im
mortal position in some book that is still in
existence only in the brain of Boz.
—Mr. Spurgeon recently received an
anonymous letter containing $lO,OOO. Last
year he receiver a similar one with like con
tents, Each time he was requested to apply
them to especial chaiities.
G. J. Whyte Melville, the English nov
ehat, has written the libretto for an opera
composed by the Honorable Seymour Eger
ton. Both of these gentlemen are swells on
the topmost wave of English fashion.
—Laramie, the new Pacific Ih!ilroad town,
is said •to have 1,500 inhabitants allmen,
twelve hotels, two printing offices; fifty
drinking saloons, six 'physicians and one
undertaker, all doing a thriving business.
—Ratsky, convicted of murder, and an
inmate of a Brooklyn jail, has just been
married. It is suppesed that he wishes to
endow his lady love with the proceeds of
the sale of his "Life and last confession."
—Sam Sanford, the well knownnegro de
lineator, is to have a complimentary benefit
at the Academy, of Music, in Philadelphia,
on Saturday, on which occasionhe willsap
pear for' the first time in "white face
—"By paying $lOO a piece all the ne
groes would be gotten out of the country" I
says an exchange, e don't believe it: t,
groes might as well send the whites out of
the country. There are too many of them •
to be sent. - •
—Mrs. Fanny Kemble, by not selling re
serveil seats, has succeeded in getting. her I
audiences to come and be in place before
she begins to read. With a fess renowned ,
or attractive person this plan would hardly
work as well.
• • -
--Some people are troubled •at—the an- I
nouncement thatthis is the year for the re- j
twit - of the seventeenth year locusts. , e
think there-should be rejoicing over the fact, 1
for then they cannot come again for seven-
teen years. ‘.. 1
—lt is stated that " Hon .*Andrew D.
White will sail on Wednesday for Europe in
the interest of the Cornell University." It
would probably be more comfortable in a 1
Cunarder and then, perhaps, the principal 1
could go along. _ 1
—Senator Hendricks affirmed the other
day in Congress that each soldier costs the ;
United States two thousand dollars a year,
and that the annual cost of the army of fifty 1 "
thousand men is . $100,000,000. Pretty 1
heavy for keeping Indians in scalps. 1
—Fran Gossmann,` a German actress of t
',some reputation was coming to America,
' but inducements of so flattering a nature . slight
were held out to her from Egypt that she 1 place East:
i has abandoned the United. States and is go- :
L ing on , a pilgrimage to the land of the 1
—Mr. Richard Parsons, Marshall of the
United States Supreme Court, has made up
his mind, to resign that office, and to become
a Pradidat, e foe the Republican nomination
le -Congress, in the Cleveland district, which
Is at present represented by Judge Speuld
—We, are happy to be able to inform our
readers, all of whom are doybtless greatly
.interested in the fact, that' McCardle's name
is McCardle, dui not MeA idle This is the
man who has the case which of course every
bellY• knows all about, or whoever don't
_pretends,, he does. .
---Chlorornethyl is the name . of a new
anaesthetic agent. It is entirely free from
most of the unpleasant accompaniments of
cholroforraoraether, and it is at the same
time as powerfhl: Properly it should be
called bi-chloride of methyline, but chloio
methyl is the more conveniiiit , abroviation.
—The Boston Post says that " it is rumor.:
ed that Connecticut Radicals have already
commenced importing New York rowdies."
Why Conne,cticut Radicals should, import
men notorious for being unscrupulous mem
bers of the opposition, is a puestion as puz
zling as why a man worth a million .of dol
lars, with no liabilitieksbould become bank
rupt- The Boston Post is probably merely
preparing in good time an excuse to offer
for Republican victory at the next election.
—The Society for the prevention of cruel:
ty to animals in Philadelphia; has erected
roantains in various pirts of that city..• One
of these lain front of the .Facbauge on Dock
street, and is constantly in.use. It is of iron
and is graceful and= practical; on the side
next the street the water:: pours from a
lion's 111. path into a basin it tthe proper height
fOr horses; on the pavement side;beside an
other stream is audned an iron goblet for the
use of the kuman =trade, - and
empties into a' little basin near;the ground ,
literiat nil ttmeamsl,bti aeStbilltY'Ogi
nurriber of similar rountPleitovotald . add
beauty to the streets, and be a real kindness
to brutes and humans. • '
PITTSBURG )AT ' MARCH
$ 8 .- . ONLY • q' • f
A FULL SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH
FOR EIGHT DOLLARS.
FULL UPPER AND LOWER SET FOR s.
TEETH MCTRACTED WITHOUT YARN..:
NO CHARGE FOR , EXTRACTING - WHEI4 AR,TI
FICIAL TEETH . ARE ORDERED. ___
ALL WORK WARRANTED FOR. FIVE YEAK.a.
LAUGHING GAS FREE OF CILLRUE4 ‘ A.T
1 • .
QUDTCY A. sc l oTrs
Steam Denial Establishment ,
278 PENN STREET, D DOOR ABOVE HA.ND.
N. B.—As DR. SCOTT Is a licensee under the
Goodyear Patents, he will not make any.."new (bz
frgrenbutre'llgiteTell,N.l(,l.°:??l'll.e to =s tu nne d, usa
C 33. ark. et 6 llerms,
Just received, the finest and largest assortment
ever ( opened in this cltv. t • •
WELDON & KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, COP. VIRGIN ALLEY.
gi1124:n.- - • " • I
DRY GOODS. 1868 .
rn=c,r• GpO o
At Eastern Prices 1
Buyers are ( invited to call and e-
amine our Goods.raid Prices.
No. 115, Wood• Street, Pittsburgh.
F*RAONDAY, MARCH 22d,_AT
FOR GAS AND OM.
180 and 182 Pederai.Street,
623 cents-11.U.01 Col . lTra., 'Witte and
ades.CA'S POPLIN'S. lin the desirable
-3-4 and 5.4 ALL-WOOL DELAIN ES -cheap.
5 Cases IiENTUCICY JEANS at Lq
YARD Vint BLEACIiED 'MUSLIN at lAN
HEAVY .UNBLEACItip 31Z4LIN st. IA%
PRINTS, 11. t. 8. 10 sa d 15154
TOWELS AND TOWELING
113491 i 1...11,1E-It . TOILE LINEN, &e
decline to nO3fIitSTICS hieing taken
oni prtce4 will correspond,
AT WILLIAM SEMPL.V.:6I,
Ifltolimege and Betirtil
- 180 18e ream Allegheny.
9 . .
JIISTOF,6I.J.VIC.D. AT •
. f •
No. st,liarket street.
BLDACHM BrISUNS ,
- • . •
CALICOES. AND "MAW
Entire Stock ad Goods Closing ent-,
To make room for exicriAlitgittiiltorO Rootsback•
RE*MEII THE PLACE, • -
•• ° NO. Si:".ii..l24llCot AtrOoi.
mhtx- ' • " ,
(1,441 Qp.r r 6,47ottyi
• "WHOLPAIA 'AIWARe ° !ix l • '
yereigu and - I)oxilestte..D*. 0006
110. - 94 WOOD STREET.' .
- ° • . ' rriTSISLISEIIII"r4.
STROOMPS : •
sT - E7 /11411 i MOD" agbi
• ~ ..s.rmyr/IWN. MEL IF
IA -I*loo.* WEEK. ' ' r ' ''. • 16 . •,
.3/4241,7. LINE ,
„,, nN ' i t i:
I. VERPOOI I ANDlflhi.St..
,v , • • D A* —.ENTRY r -- 1 4 to
14 ” 8 1" . B•Aran luta 150
ding EV crying ' ta•.- r, lily, Geria an, .. 6 - s .
rt3r,Vired,'E d' em ..- ' •
and tr .A . ,, rat.t • Noma!, els. , e 4:, 2
:Transa%. , ' ,
.. ,ilt Canto -Pai '
1,. ! Mtp .: : :, ; 6 !
ragnistvi Age ll l' nwrirrn STREET.
mama E i i l l eali g ga " l ri
.61). 9334 'SMITHFIELD STREET, PITTSBURGH,
reeps constantly on band a fine assortrr ent of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES , & VESTINGS,
• Also, GENT'S FITENLSITLCG GOODS. GENT'S
CLOTHING "MADE TO ORDER, the latest styl
For the Siring Seasoti,,
lth a large and complete stock of
BOYS , , YOUTHS , AND OHIi,DRES'
All the new and leading styles, to be found
No. 47 ST. CLAIR STREET
ASERCHANT 'TAIL ORS.
JON~B ac •. '
313 7 1.31E9P, -
No. 3 ST. CLAIR STREET. have just', brongllt
-from the East a full supply of SPRING and SII3I.
IVIER GOODS, CASSIIIRKEs, VESTINGS,
which they are prepared the and malt up in a
style equal to an? , tamp Lin east or we t. They
are determined to deserve and hope to ecee a
liberal patronage. 022: lvll3l
TI cir cx:AcKiats
And every variety of
S. S. MARVIN,
91 Liberty Str7t, Plttsbnigh,
ESTABLISHED. IN 1840.
Steam Cracker and Biscuit Factory,
317 LIBERTY STREET, PITTBBUBfH
Manufactorer and dealer in all kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, :MTS. &c'
„L.— ----------_ __ _ -
WHITE. BERGER *.t. CO.
was dissolved on
V:loth inst., by mutual con sent.
- W. H. IU
' • NV. V RE.EllfriN.
• The undertipned will continue the manufacture o
Wooden Ware and Packing Ikmes, under thelname
and style of 'FREEMAN k.. ISE.V.GE.H. Orrice and
Factory between Morton and Clymer streets. Ninth
Ward. W. 1. BE.MAN.
W. li. BEittiElt.
- l4ltsbargh._ Marcli .. ,l7, IS&S. _ mllri:m9l--
1:01SWIXTION.--The • firm of
ROBINSON, MeKENNA 4 CO,
Of .klltgbeny mi. haw this day. been dissole ' cd h
mutual consent. J... ItOIiiSSON will continue
the tirocery Business at his new 'store.
And assumesl,llllW:hies hf the old firm.
ISSOLUTION.—THE FIILNI OF 1 , -
A'TW ELL. 'GEE A CO. was dissolved on the ll _ -
of February. 1868, by -mutual consent. Either i A.oan of July 19th, 1839, due July
part4lorms.yeigutlic oameOfitilo drtn In settlement.- i., , . . , .'''' ''';;'',."-',--- • .
JOHN ivrvi-et.r.. II % • _ -
A. J. LEE.
.. , .
The undersigned will eontinue tile WROLESALE j ;'; . • '
GROCERY RMINESS. under the name and style_of i -
ATWELI. & LEA: at the old place. No, 131 Second . ; _..... .... 4
street. A continuance .of the patronage of their ,INTEREST ON Tu, ABOVE LOANS -WILL
friunda and the public le'respectfule solicited.
1 . . cIIAII.I.Es ATWELL. i, .
.1 rmr5i............Zt......... 3/:=st 1 CEASE ON THE IST OF JULY. 1868.
TIATIOS ORGANS, &C. wr A -
- v.tili THE BEST AND CHEAP-
' _a_p. EST rt.N.No AND WIGAN. I
' 1 Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,.
AND ESTEVS COTTAGE. ORGAN. '1
The SCUOMACKER PIANO combines alt the i
latest valuable Improvements known In the con.
itruetion of a tint class instrument, and bar always
t,ecti awarded the Olgimst premium wherever ex-
Whited. Its tone is full. sonorous and sweet. The
\ workmanship, for darability and beauty. surpass. - •
styleers Prices from 00 to .150. (according to
and tinisho clearer than all other so.called
first class Plano.•l •
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at the head of sal reed instruments, In pro.
during the most perl'ect pipe quality of tone of any .
similar instrument construction , U States. It Is sim
ple and compact in and not liable to
get oat Of Order:
•` VOX 1117MANA
TREMOLO" Is only to be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $ll5O. All guaranteed for an
BARB, MARE & BttETTLEB,
N 0.13 ST.' CLAIR STREET,
irnotmoNs • AND ORGANS,
In perfect: order, Man $35 to 4130.,
CHAILLOTTE II 4IIME ,
42 Fifth at.4.,' Ad 'door. above. Wood,
NEW SPRING GOOD!.
• ALL TILE NEW STYLES OF
AIIIII171:401PAI LT. AT • •
trCORD4i.. CO: S,
1;31: WOOD .13TILEET.
GRAY & I
Na. Is 3 Federal Street,
1;0111tiSc1N.-31eKESNA & CO,
J. S. 1101UNSON.
TS AND CAPS.
MAR -TIN I..IESLEI
DiAiwa IN . •
_ltel al , I
In TRUNKL, VALI E t % • Ac., l a isk„ 13R 1 . 6 m.
um) STREET, Ent/burg:.
ARCE II3 ;
iotogn & YIOSEII.,
-.bitch - N ,, CTIS ,
YRAJIT HOUSE ASS6CIATION3IITILDINGS, Nos:
Strand-4. St.,Cltity Street, 'Flttibtirgh, PFC" *least
"attelittott ttiven'io ttiii destotttraold bultdlng.ot
COURT SOUSSE; lAA irtIBLIOBIIIIMIlittlii: -
FAIL,TOB9' - , •
• MECHANICAI., AND EN6111(0 1146
yilitt Iluers ItOLL A th
OP F E R TH'S W H I FUME "'"'
s.k 2143. a rums.
m in e .
w ar ag arouvaiit abig " B4oo ., 167 FIRS T ST
11ABBISBIlliG, DEC. 18,1867.
HO'TICE TO THE -HOLDERS
LB C 0 Si
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
DtrE JLTIN IST, ISGS.
THE FOLLOWING LOANS
Due July Ist, 1868,
WLL ISE REDEEMED, WITH INTEREST, TO
DATE OF "PAYMENT, ON THE FRE-
SENTATION AT TR}
FARMERS' Sr. MECHANICS'
PIIII.A 3 DET-4P"UL,
Loan or March 27th, 1839, due July
MARBLE & SLATE -MANTLES'« I
PITTSBURGH 'STEAM MARBLE AND SLATE WORKS
Office and Warlroona-319 and 324 LIBERTY!
STREET. Mantle Wareroom on sezondliot.r. -,
rer3ol3B wanting Marble or Slate Mantles will an '
it to their interest to .call.- • Workbianship not ex
celled in any place, and prices as low as in Easte
cities. Marble Mantles or Furniture S
haye become discolored bu =eke; oils to
be.slarbletzed and made to la Westerns wl as new, _ -t ,
- Tbere Is noo - other place in' Pennsylvania'
wbere Slate Mantles are manufactured. . . t Ilk
Al kinds of Marble Work done Intheheltmanneri
Marble cutters supplied witbSawed Marble at Rossi! 1,
. ern prices; carriage_added,M ~..
~ _ , t
.11011 N F. IILANTRANT, Awl... Gen. - . - :. M ..W.. ALLACE.
FIURCII3 JORD.VS, Seey State.
Wi 8. KESILBLIF, State Ireems•r.
SECIARIIII AND COMFORT FOR
J. B. lIARRIT-SAFETY TIRE JACKET,
:Car Heater and Moderator,
For SMOKE AND HOT AID FLUES, gtspensing
\ with the use of 'Stoves and Fires in or about the
'Passen t tter or Baggage Carsi with the attachment to
' ra g e
without any the possibility of -firing the car .or
caret* which the Jacket may be attached. '
travieg obtained of the United States Letters Pat
ent. fora.Safety Jacket which is warranted to resist
thelnoat intense heat:that_ may
be adplied to it in
the Pellition and purpose lor which it is intended.
It l's i sure protectiocr -from accidents by fire origl-
Main froM detecUeo flues. or where iron p ipes are
used as totidnetros for smoke or heat. It is appli
plicable to all that may become overheated,
andlis warranted togive perfect satisfaction where
wood or other, combustible material may be placed
in close proximity thereto. I am now ready t.o ap
ply my invention to stores dwellings, facteries,
ships, steambouts, miliroad' cars, &c., 'wherever
pipes as conductors are, mado -dangerous by being
overheated and security dcsised. I will sell, on ap
plication. rights to manufacture or to use the above
invention; also, - territorial rights, to such as may
wish to engage in seining priv:leges, eitherty,Stato
or county. .
'r ' '-' 31".;•It„ !lanais.
._..' asellacii at the "NB PLUS ' vurs.A. PAINT
W0UJ1.8. ,1 corner of Barris street and the Alleghe
-, Valley Itailroad, Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Lk. 0. XAVING6T9.Ii.:*II: BCanxsoN,
• L D . :
FINE_LIGHT cAsr-rArG ,
chinir24.Viarla promptly Otterided to
Oaten and ,WorksWHINGTON ATF,43IIE,
nar or:0 /7 " ' PIi .A.II ASC • '
, . . .. ,
t t„ ,. O (ALMS -111ArIVIPACTURE118.77
- = ; The undersigned bluing aoeuredthe 80,3 ..hgen
y r the Bale of the celebrated •,-
' • COP_LETrPOT:C../.4a.4 -• ) ," '• ' •
Arc %raparridle'furr At. i n any quantity to
those win ins to procure is. superior article. - 1.114
ring 'fifteen years' use of • s'Clati•we have arrived,
at Path proportions as we helleye raakes it a better
article for.pots Aerially .in the market, we' having
secured arialtentges.::steito at six . LIGHT pad Tax;
31020H13A—VKIS, win turn sh recelpes On the
-tion,of_the, Mixture at this Clay to lipersons
Ingi.— Tuevlay la grouridtidld moulded , M lumps rchas
u:;.4...,:" • iii ii i ;
1 1 rq,.., ,711.W1111 , X & EON ,
• ' ' - - L Fart Pitt lam Works.
-,'_.* ,' :` .' l'".• ' “' Washington Stmet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
014Laick.K14,t1010:11ri p. AT .
n mnnv,/e n
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liDuinktefueritstlirothr adoieriotion4 ' of Pate*,
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No. 409 LIBERTY_STENNT, IRd loor,) opposite
Union Depot, Pittobluigh.
And Om:mission Merchants,
OPERA HOUSE AEtTION ROOMS,
Igo. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, cARPETS,
D r y. Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Consignments Solicited. irSompt
turns. ' -
BY BMITHBON, VANHOOIE & WiLILELIAND. , 1
MONTGOMERY AVENUE, . 1
. . .
' • PROPERTT.: 1 -1
'MONDAY, March 20. rat '3 o'clock P. It.;
premises, will be sold by auctien..those three
(Northwostory 'trick Houses, Nos. 54, 55 and 515;f
Common,,Montgomery avenue.. :Each house
contains eight rooms, including bath room; gr... ho
and cold water throughout. . Lots have. afront of
feet each. extending back 77 feet, with side alley
The location of this property is very desirable an
. convenient for business men, and should cornrow/
SMITHSON, VANHOOK & 3IceLELLAND.
mi11r.,:n35 . - Auctioneers.
T AT!PUBLIC SALE. •
i will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on
MONDAY, March 30, 18138, at 1 P. 114
MI thatr aluable Tract of Land. 'recently owned Red
occupied by Moses Hastings, deed. Isle. of Not"
Fayette township, Mlegheuy count's'. Pa.
This Tract lof Lan. contains 6714 acres, the 1
greater part of which is cleared and under fence;
the Improvements are a gOod frame barn aud frame ,
house, and orchard of young apple trees, situated
on the P. C. & C. adjoin Panhandle 13 miles from '
Plttsburgh, and ng Oakdale ' Station. Tttia '
property is considered by some Persons the best hie
cation for country residences of anything in the
neighborhood. The railroad passes oyer it, and also
two county roads. Convenient to churches. schools,
post oftice, mills, S e . Any person wishing to sect
the property, or any further information, will please
call at Oakdale' Station, or to. me in peraou, or by
Conanisslonas of Slnking Fund
TERMS AT SALE.
SMITHSON, VANtIOUTi litc4;LE Auctioneers.
JOHN S. JOHNSTON, S3ICSIII3II.
VOUS E _ AND_ LOT ON SOUTH I
CANAL STREET., 4-Tll. - WARM. ALLEi.
Cr NY, AT - AUCTIWiII -be soldi - on the
premises, on THURSDAY, March_ 26th, at si.
Lo t , that desirable two -story-Brick House and:
Lot, No.3.ls'South Canal. The house-contains nine
rooms, with a wide hail and a good cells.i; gas, and
basing a pressed brick front; all in - good order. . The
lot is 25 feet front, running back 124 feet to Car-
center's alley. This is a rare chance for persons
-wishing to procure a comfortable home, in a good
locality, and on easy terms.
i mhZS A. LEGGATE, Auctioneer.
T .11BERTT TOWNSHIP PROP - i
.11-A EitTY AT i
In pursuance of Order of Court. in No. 245, June i
Term. 1868. will be offered at Public Sale ,
at the 1 "•1
COURT HOUSE. Pittsburgh, on WEDNESDAY, 1
April 15th, 1.868, at 10 o'clock A X.:
All that certain piece or parcel of land 6itAate in
Liberty township. on the itraddocksfield Road (the ,
property of Lewis J. Fleming, trustee, containing 1.
34 acres, moreor less..
Tguns—Onc-half cash, balance in one Tear, with.
L. J. Fi.,3IING. :Frust ‘ c s i
For further- informatlun apply .p to .F... _
Attorney-at Gratrl.. riLJ.3 7. 1
V-OTICE TO OWNERS OF;
DRAYS, UM," &c.
Notice Is hereby given to all owners of Drays,
Carts, Carrihges. Buggies. &c., whether resident or.
non-residnt ln. the city of Pittsburgh, to pay their
Licensed at the Treasurer's accordance City or
Pittsburgh FORTHWITH, -in with an
Act of Assembly, approved March 30th. 1860, and
and 'an Ordinance of the Counells - or the City of
Pittsburgh, passed April 10, 1860. - ._ t 1
All Licensed not paid on or before MAN - 15, 'lB6Bl
will be placed to the hands of the Chief of Police
for collection, subject to his fee of 50 cents for the
collection thereof. and all persons who neglect or
refuse to take out Licenses will be uubjectto a pen
, alty, to be recovered before the Mayor, double the
amount of the License.
The old metal plates of preylous years must be re
turned at the time Licenses are taken out, (
25 cents therefor. - •
RATES OF LICENSE:
Each One Horse Vehicle .... ....--..-. .... .. ....$ 7 50 ~
Each Two liorde •• - 191 00 ..
Eoch Four [lonic 4 • - 'l5 VOA,
Each Two Horse Tittek... , :. ':,-.' :. •: ....-...... 15 (Inc - A L ;
Omnlbudes and Timber :Vhee . l ' s drawn by .Tytcsi.
Horses, Eighteen • Dollars. each. For each midi , •
Clonal Horse. used in any of the aboye vehicles. On(8 I
Dollar. - . SA.MITEL -ALLENDER,' -t:
, . -, •. , .: - -,
krrrsutfi2FebruarylB. ism -- I
PIT'fBBURGII "'APRIL BILANII..•
PACTURING COMPANY, 3fanufacturers of -
'PRINTING AND , WRAPPING PAPERS.
CLINTON MILL—STEPRY.NILLk., 'onto. 1
siuurrroli MILL—I:EV' BRIUUTON,
, . „ . ., . .
i . ! , . OFFICE ,h,...VD,IyAWI9IUSE,
No 82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
OFFicins—AVetb-ST ItAItTJE, President.
J NO. B. LIVINGSTO'N, Treasurer.
SA3ITIEL. RIDDLE, Secretary. •
Hartle, John Atwell, .
'Hartman, John B. LiTlngton. • '
Cash paid for Paper Stok..
MALT. --400 BUSHELS -
FALL BARLEY MALT,
Rceived and for sale 'by
, . .
1, 70 938 .
'= ' U
ltafrg c 3 l--
Betweatillailtet mid Smithfield streets, are retire:it
ed to put-in all pipes emaneettug. with the Sewe
,yiater.orc4se Flpea. - • - '
' fi e
After witich date no permits telli be, granted for
opening raid street : .
.".. . H. J. MOORE. City Engineer.
• MrASUINGTONRIA LLS,
. WASHINGTON STIMET.,•.
; Ncsr l'ittsbnrgh Grain. Elevator
BEFOUE THE IOrn.OF
Manufseinrer of CORD. "StEAL, RYE - FLOUR and .1
CHOPPED FEED. Orders delivered. la either city
.tiro; or charge: Orate ,or all , - kinds. ctlpped, and
Corn shelicd.'on short nailer,-
WE , wax - SEER AN`.: SAND V,
' ' and make to order alllctrid4 of -;
' prink and platn WAGONS, OAFS, • , ..
. • DIIAAS.- W IlEr.l.ltAttit MS, 1 t•
r s.I"C-I ,i. l4 not i rattiit i tll'lTlCES.,_ ~.',
1 •-', -- ! . • . ' , L. , : -,.. : UA.I.7ItARF.S and FONTEIN t i
At DI3QUESNVit st , N1N.94,413, near the Pont- 1
"rol l : l at .I ' l '!'" .. ' -c O n IIL 6I 'Alt", EttliffirAF.llai co.
-,If tr ATR: ;WOBBLE - Ali It - pavilliii, 14 , 0.9%
citirt lEtrbin4.4.nstrctolir frord(Wotat, , . V ttaburgh.
Alwayaor4Mind,,a: general afisortment pit Ladles ,
LA BANDA. 01,11ZIA;041,1111open's '%4 'GSA
IWO/PS, tiuititn ell AlIsS, BRACEL
tot Ei t stre
t i. 0 Yriogi. 41t,•Catatf.p04 ..te given I'
••y.illa 4 autt taintteekeirligilv tatting done i
the tbesteetitneen*F.l-..: ' , ' , l 1i -0 1 •.: ~..,. mh2at3
Ill 'ElL7loll4lglLeatheti•and Gum
L -StattiiitigiO. , 4ldintlittB4l3l6loll , R 30
ets; ac., o r the best quakity,and at. iortest prices,
and,...wirrxaed to siva - ddriirdr.tiOkit 4 also. Lace
ileifter lit,. tvel44.e.i.itialayttledr hand and for sale,
ri l th i ge l ß" l " 4 / 1 " 14441 ''';il"‘ ti
tt .' - iiiiiLLIPS,
fell) 28 and 28 tq. Clair street.
141 AV.ViER STREET.