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Cljt littshtglj Gayttt
• THE LIST OF FREE GOODS,
The,.;:report of the:- Second' Conference
• .: •
Committee on the amendatorY tax bill was
igieed to by the Senate on Monday,• and
by the House yesterday.
This bill,which remits the Internal Rev
enue duty now. imposed. on almost every.
manufactured aiticle; was- presented to the
'House by Mt.—Schenck, on theath , insttud., -
was then referred to the Committee of Ways.
and Means,- and subsequently reported back
and passed.. ' In the Senate, it was sought to .
•:_-amend by retaining the tax on coffee, spides,
.sugars, confectionary, diamonds, precions ,
stones, imitations thereof, and all jewelry,
but the - -amendment failed. Finally, ,the
Senate proposed to amend the bill by• - re-..
. .dueing the tax on the produets of petroleum
and other bituminous substances to one-
2 half that now; imposed,' This amendment'
passed the House, as ' also ..ati. •
- meat reported by the Cominittee of Ways:
:and Means imposing a tax - of $2" . on. every,
$lOOO worth of sales of manufactures in ex-:
cess of 0000-annually. . An additional sec..]
tlon was also liaised 'whereby the fraudulent
distillatio of spirits renders the distillery
and apps - fins liable to confiscation, and int
- - poses a •fi eof - not less than $5OO- nor more
than /5 on the distiller, beside subjecting
• him to imprisonment, on conviction, .for a
• term of not less than six months nor more
than six years: . •
.:This has 'been further amended so as to
inflict imprisonment and fine upon all distil
nected with or colluding in
- forfeit the distilleries ih such cases. Other
punishments are stricken out. Besides this,
, an amendment was passed, forbidding the
allowance in future of any drawback on ac
.cenint of Internal Revenue tax heretofore
paid on manufactures exported, and which
by the operation of this law are now reliev
ed from such tax. The tax is removed from.
• all articles of domestic manufactures except
that imposed on "gas made by coal, wholly
Or in part, of any other material, orillumin
. ating, lubricating, or other mineral oils, or
• . articles the products of distillation, redistilla
tion, or refining of crude petroleum,. or of 'a
• single distilltion of coal, shale, peat, asphal
tumi or other bituminous,substaces (which
are to pay • one-half the tax hitherto int.
posed,) on wines, tobacco, and all manufae
-. 'tures thereof. Another amendment provides
- • that in cases where contracts for the manu
facture 'of machinery have been made or
may be entered into • with the United States
( Government prior to April 'l, 1868, the tax
imposed on the same by the present law
shall not be remitted. Manufactured lumber,
• and flour are to remain free -as under the
The-bill is to reo into operation on the Ist
-of „April 1868. 'lle following list comprises
Ihe manufactures which are hereafter to be
"free goods :" •
Awnings, made of cotton, flax or hemp,
• .Books, printed all kind- except newspa,.
pens, advalorem 5 per ct
'' iron; exceeding five-sixteenths of .. '• .
•an inch In diameter, per tun ' 5 dealers'
Boilers of all kinti.,ml valorem 5 per et
Brass, rolled, rods or sheets, and brass
uaila and rivets, ad valorem 3 per et
Brass ' manufacture of. ed valorem • . 5 per et
• •Bootsand shoes, ad valorem 3 per ct
Bonnets, ad valorem 5 per ct
Bone, mantlfactures of. ad valorem 5 per ct
• Bristles, manufactures _of, ad valorem.. 5 per ct
Bullion, in lump. Ingot.. bar or , other
wise, ad valorem
•..Bags, made of eottou. flax °shout,. rid
valorem • 5 per ct
Candles, of whatever material made. ad •
- - valorem. •5 - per ct
Coffee, ground. per pound cent,'
Coffee, all ground substitutes 1 cent
Coffee, all ungrounfl substitutes 1 cent'
Cloves, ground, and all imitations. per
Cloyes, ground steins, and all imitations.
per pound 1 cent
Cassi aground , - and all imitations, per.
• Chocolate, prepardfl, per pound
- .Cocoa, prepared. per pound
....Clocks, clock movements an fl timepieces.
not case, ad valorem
•.' . Chemical productions. uncompound. not •
• •.• otherwise provided for. ad valorem •
Cars, repairs of, when value is Increased -
10 per cent or over 3 per at on inc. val
Carriages, repairs of. when value is in
creased 10 per cent or over • 3 per et on inc. vas
Cement and, lime, Boman or water, ad ,
valorem • 3 per ct
• ' • Copper, Ingots. ad valorem • • .3 per•ct
• ; Copper, rolled, rods or sheets, ad va
• lorem :1 Per et
• '• Copper, manufactures of ad valorem..,.
3 per ct
Cloth, and all textile or knitted. or felled
articles, or fabrics of cotton, wool, or
• • other materials , before the same has
• been dyed, printed, or bleached, and on
all cloth, painted, enameled, shirred.
• tarred. varnished, or oiled, :14 valorem.
Clothing, ready made, . ad N alurem
Cotton, upon which no duty has been ler
. led, collected, or paid, and which is not
exempted by law,. per pound
Cotton, manufactures of, ad valorem....
• Draining tiles, earthen and, stone water
_ pipes, ad-valorem
• Eugraveri, productions of, ad valorem_
• . Explosive substance.s,all Used formining.
-, blasting, artillery, or sporting, valued
33" cents per pound or less, ad va"- .
. lorem • • " ' 5 per et
Explosive substanges, as above . ,,valued
• at- upwards of 33 cents pet— pound. per •
Engines, or other articles. repairs of,
• when value is increased lb per cent or
over 3 per ct. on in. value
Engines steam, marine, and locomotive,
including the boilers and all their parts.
- ad valorem •
Furniture, sold rough or unfinished, ad
valorem 5 per et
Furniture, finished, previously assessed •
. on increased value, ad valorem 5 per et
Furniture, iron, ad valorem • • 5 per ct
, Fences, iron, ad valorem • : 5 per ct
, Flax, manufsetures of, ad valorem • 5 per ct
Furs, all descriptions. when - made up or
-t•• manufactitred. ad valorem 5 per et
, Gunpowder, valued at 38 cents per pound
or less, ad valorem ' 5 per ct
Gunpowder, valued above :d cents per
pound. per pound 10 cents
•:- Glue, solid, per pound - I cent
Glue and centent,'ltould. per. gallon' .40 cents
•• 'Gelatine, per pound,'l cent '
Glass, Manufactures of, ad v:slorefit
.. 5 pt.frct
• Gutta-percha. manufactures t of, ad va- „te
toren'. 5 per et
.Ginger , , ground: and .all imitations. - per
pound 1 cent
, eontaining not more 'than •33
books of *-s,leaves each.,per , pack
• Clold foil, per ounce troy
Gold, manufactures of, ad valorem
Gates; Iron., ad valorem ' • - • •
Gloves, mittens and. moccasins, ad va
Bollowware; iron, per ton - '
Hats and caps, ad valorem •
Hemp, manufactures of, ad valorem
• ' Born, mannfactures of, nd valorem
Iron, pig,. pertun " • . •
Iron.- bloom, slabs or loops, made direct
ly from the ore, per tun
Iron, railroad, per lilt
Iron, railroad, recoiled, per tun
Iron all advanced beyond blooms. slabs
or loops; and not beyond bars and baud;
:• • hoop and sheet iron, not Abinner than.
• • No. Pi wire guage, and plate nut less
• • than one-eighth of all' inch in thickness,
. ..Iron, band. hoop anal sheet, thinner than
• No. Iff wire gauge, plate iron less Dian
• •• • one-eighth of an -Inch In thiekness,' rut
nails and . spikes. not including nails::
tacks. brads, or 'finishing nulls, usually
• put u ansold in papers. whether
• papers or.otherwise. nor horseshoe .
. • ualls, :wrought by machinery. per tun.. ,
.Iron, castings fur bridges or other per
- • mancnt 'structures / . 3 dollars
• Iron . castings -exceeding 10 pounds lu •
• weight .3 dollars
' Iron, mannfactures Wad valorem.. .... . S per ct
India ru bbe r. mu nu factu res of. ad valorem • ,per et
Ivory, Manufactures , of, ad valorem sperct
Jewelry or nil kind,, or Inatatltons there
Jute, manufactures or, ad valorem . ..
Lithographers.• productions __of, ad ya- •
Latin's, ad veloretri ' • •
Lead i Vants, sheet, pies and hunt, shot
inPIPe em 3 per s, ad valorem ct
annraetures of, ad Valorem - • '5 per ct
• Leather, all descriptions.
'curried or tlu
, • ished, re
Leather, all descriptions , ta nned or parti-:
•• ' any tanned; in the roUgh, ad vat rem••• 5 M .- et
,Leather, enameled and Japatuit7d, oil
dressed,' and deer awl- all other skins • -
dressed or smoked, ad valorem ' ' 5 per et
Leather, manufactures' of, ad valorem • 5 Per et
Lameter, not less than two M each RCVS hln
weight, per tn sdollarS,
Mustard, ground, and all imitotions per • "
• vuud • ' • .'Kent
osses, produced from Sugar cane and
•. - not &Om sorghum or imphee, per gallon 'cents ' .
. . • Mei:lases. syrup of. or sugar cane Jute. •
- • not matin front tsergbum or imphee per •
• 11P ound -
olaases,teoncentrated or meiado, " not M ' " a !
• • ma from 'Sorghum or intphee. per . -
d spars, ship , and vessel blocks; ad • ee- " t•
_ 3 per et
`Magazines,' pantphleta; reviews. ac.. - an •
• . kinds, ad valorem
• Nuts, iron, exceeding of au dl- • • , Peact ;
oil, lard, per gallon
Oil, linseed per ga110n....
Oil, mustard seed, per gallon 5. cents
011. all animal or vegetable. pee gallon.— 5 cents
Oils. essential. all descriptions, ad !valo
rem 5 per et.
011 stills, ad valorem - 3 per ct
Oxide of zinc. per hundred-poundiv:„. ... a, cents
Pickles, in cans. kegs, or air-tight peas,'
ges„ ad valorem ' peict
Preserved fruits. In cans,-
s: kegs.'or air- .
__ tight package ad valorem.
Preserved dab, in cans, kegs, oralr-tight . '
packages, ad valorem - s 5 per ct
In cans. , kegs, or ; air
tight packages , valorem - - -5 perch
Preserved vegetables, in cans, kegs, or -
air-tight packages, ad 'valorem 5 per ct
Printed matter, bill-heads, cards. circu
lars, dc.„ ad valorem 5 per el
Pepper. ground.. and all imitations, per
Pimento, ground, and all imitations, per
pound - 1 cent
Paints and painters* colors, ad valorem.. 5 per at
Phm, ad. Valorem 5 per et
Parasols...ell kinds, ad valOrein" 5 per ct
Papers-all, descriptions, ad valorem 3 per ct
Paper; manufactures of, ad valorem 5 per ct
Photographs, copies of engravings or
works of art sold at wholesale at a price '
not exceedizg ten cents each,, or used
for the Illustration of books, ad valorem 5 per c t
Photographs, so email that stamps cannot
be Waxed, ad valorem 5 per ct
Planes, ad valorem ' • - 5 per et
Precious stones. diamonds, emeralds, ;Fe.
and all imitations thereof, ad valorem.. 5 per et
Potterr.ware, manufacturers of, ad va
lorem ' ' 5 per ct
Planing machines, ad valorem 8 per et
Quicksilver,. produced from the ore, ad
valorem - 2 per at
Railroad chairs, wrought iron, per tun... , 5 dollars
Rivets, in, not _
.14 of an inch
In diameter, not less than two ounces
each in'weight,per ton ' 5 dollars
iron, art yalnrent tper et
Saleratus, per pound o mills
Soda, bicarbonate of, per pound 5 - mills
Starch, made of potatoes, per pound 2 mills
Stareh, made of corn or wheat, per pound amills
Starch,lnatle of rice or any other material
per poundl cent
Sulphate of barytes, per hundred pounds .12 cents
Screws, wood, an valorem • 10 per ct
Soap, plain, white or colored, valued or
not above 5 rents per pound. per pound • 2 mills
Soap, all above valued at upward .or 5
cents per pound, per pound 1 cent
'Soap, all fancy, scented, 5:c., per pound. 5 ceuts
Soap, soft, ad valorem • S per et
Stereotypes. pmductions of, ad valorem: 5 per et .
Ships, repairs of. when value is lucreased
10 per cent or over 2 per et-on Inc. value
Steamboats; repairs of, when value is in
creased 10 per cent or 0ver....2 per et on In. value
Stone, building dressed. hewn or finish
ed. all deserrations, ad valorem • 3 per et
Stones, monumental, ad va10rem.......... 5 per et
Salt, per 100 pounds 6 cents
Sails, made of cotton, flax or hemp, ad
valorem 5 per et
Shades. made of cotton. flux or hemp, ad
valorem 5 per et
Stoves, Iron. per tun 3 doll's
Spikes, wrought Iron. railroad, boat and
ship, per tun • • 5 doll's
Steel. In ingots. bars. sheet or wire. not
less titan yry of an inch in thickness, val
ued at 7 cents per pound or leas. per tun S doll's
Steel do., valued at above 7 cents and not • '
above 11 vents per pound. per tun 10 doll's
Steel. do., valued at above 11 cents .per
pound. per tun • 12! ; ;
Steel, manufactures of, ad valorem • ' 5 per et-
Sewing - machines ad valorem.— ...... 5 per et
Shafting and gearing. ad valorem 5 per et
Statuary, iron; ad valorem 5 per Cl
Spelter, ad .valotent 3 per ct
Sheathing metal, • yellow. in rods or
sheets, ad valorem 3 per ct
Skins, goat. calf, ktil, sheep. horse. hog
and dog, tanned or • dressed In lice
' rough, ad valorem iiiper ct
Skins do., curried or finished 5 per et
Silk. manufactures of, ad valorein . 5 per .et
Silver, manufactures of, ad valorem 3 per et
Sugar. cistern bottoms of, product of
sugar cane, not made from sorghum or
invitee. per pound cent
Sugar, mit above 12 Dutch standard in
color, produced front sugar cane and •
not Trout sorghum or imphee, other
than those produced by the refiner, per
Pound ^ cents
Sugar, above No. 12 and not above No. 15"
• -Dutch standard In color, produced di
rectly from sugar cane. and not. from
sorghum or impheo._per aloud2,l , z cents
Sugar, abova No. vs Duren standard in
color. produced directly from the sugar
cane, and not from sorghum or iniphee.
per pound W.; cents
Sugar, sales of refiners, ad valorem 21 per et
Sugar candy, value not exceeding 21
cents per pound, per pound 2 cents
Sugar candy, Caine exceeding tat anti not
exceeding 10 cents per pound, per •
Sugar candy. value exceeding 40eents per
• pound, or sold *by box or package. ad
.valorem 10 per et
1 Sugar tanks, ad. valorem 5 per ct
Tents, made of cotton. tiax. or hemp. ad
' valorem- - • - •
Tin, manufactures of, ad va10rem........
Tools, ad valorem
Turpentine, spirit. of, per gallon
kinds, ad va10rem.....:.
Varnish or Japan, ail! valorem .. . ....
Vessels, repairs of, when value is thereas
edlo per cent or over 'per et on Inc. val
Vessels and all kinds of water craft, not
including engines or rim:log.3s. finished
or hereafter built. ad valorem 2 per ct
- Waters. artitlelarmineral. sold In - bottles
or from fountains. ad valorem
Waters, artificial soda, sold In bottles or
from fountains. ad valorem
Waters. sarsaparilla. and all beverages
used for like purposes. sold In bottles.
• or from fountains, ad • valorem 5 pe,r et
Waters, mineral or medicinal, front .
springs.each bottle containing nottmorn
titan 1 pint
Waters. mineral or medicinal. from •
springs, each bottle containing • I pint .
and nut more thou 1 quart 1 cent
Waters, mineral or medicinal, from
springs, each bottle Containing more
than 1 quart. each additional quart......
- Water tanks, ad valorem
White lead, per hundnal.pounds.... .. . . . .
Washers, iron, exceeding .4 of an inch In
diameter, not less than two ounces each
in weight, per tun 5 dollars
Wool. manufactures of, ad valorem—. 5 perct
Worsted, manufactures of ad valorem. 5 per ct
Wood. manufactures of. ad valorem—. 5 per ct
IfIllow; manufactures of. ad valorem.. 5 per et
Zinc, manufactures of. ad valorem 5 per et
5 per ct
.4 per et
,5 per ct
S per et
A Dies frighten.
tk . roin the New Yore :lon. j
The latest freak of female fashion has not
yet made its appearance in our streets, but
we presume we shall not jiave to wait for • it
very long. It is the revival of the old-fash
ioned hoops, or, as the French call then),
panniers or baskets, which were first In
vogue in France a hundred and thirty years
ago; and were afterwards a favorite article
of dress with the. beautiful Antoinette -and
her ladies just befere the revolution 0f1790.
They consist,simply of a circular frame
work of, whalebone,. or other suitable ma
terial; fastened around the person beneath
the waist and above the hips, extending
equally in every direction', and producing an
extraordinary enlargement and rotundity of
the figure. When the fashion was at its
extreme,. the rule was that the; diameter of
the, pannier - should be equal to the height of
the.wearer; but this extravagance was adop,
ted only by the moreultra and dashing la
dies of the time. The introduction of this
mode at the present day is the work •of the
Empress Eugenic, who seems to exercise a
more despotic sway over the women of the
civilized world than her • stern and unscrup
ulous husband has ever been . able
to Wield -- over the French nation.
As yet, she has been followed in this last in
novation only' by the ladies of Paris; but the
rest ofworaankind are sure to hasten to
tate• their example. According to a. trust
worthy authority .concerning fashion, the
Journalof COmmeree,.the whole fashionable
world of that city has been-quick to put on
panniers, although to many.they are any
thing but becoming. • "Not only the young
and the sylph-like," says this, writer, "but
the.niiddle , agedand the stouts Port panniers;
the latter rendering themselves absolutely
ridiculous in a costuine which requires to be
worn with all the grace and ens for which
Her Majesty is so distinguished to render it
presentable." This, reminds us of the intro
•duction of crinoline by the same imperial
dictatrix.. At first that novelty made all
women appear very strange, and some su
premely ugly; 'but by degrees we became
used to it, and now there are those who
think the thshion beautiful; and so we dare
say, it will be with the panniers. We live
and learn. - 1-
1 per et
5 per et
2 cent s
5 per et
3 per et
5 per et
5 per et
5 per ct
5 per et
5 per ct
5 per et
5 per et
5 per et
5 per et
On Monday last, four men, who are said
I to hail from Michigan, Perpetrated a dia.
bolical outrage on the person of a young
farmer's wife residing near. Bothwell, a
town about 01) miles east of• Detroit, on the
line of the• Great Western railway. Shortly
after noon, when the young woman was
four Vents in, human form entered
the house seized the - unfortunate lady and
outraged - tier in" the most cruel manner,
The news reached Itothwell, 'a number of
men started in pursuit, of theyutibuts, and
overtook Nand ,captured them after a sharp
resistance, as they were, walking eastward
on the track of the Great Western railway.
One of the ruffians had a revolver and anoth
er a bowie knife,; which they threatened to
use in their 'defence; but the •pursuerewere
even better armed. A strong dillPPPition to
lynch:the wretches was nuptifested, - hut bet.
'ter counsels pro/idled( and they were con
veyed to Chatham.—Detroit Post, March 20.
5 per ct
~ .r ~. . ~s",c~,t."x ^ `Ta&
PITTSBURGH GAZEI LE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1868
FULL SET OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH
FOR EIGHT DOLLARS.' _
FULL 'UPPER AND LOWER SET FOR $l:4.
TEETH EXTRACTEDIPTTHOUT PAIN. -
NO CHARGE FOR EXTRACTING WHEN ARTI
FICLAL TEETH ARE ORDERED.
ALL. WORK WARRANTED FOR FIVE. TEARS.
LAUGHIKG GAS FREE OP CHARGE, AT
QUINCY - A.- SCOTT'S •
Steam Dental Establishment,
978 PENN STREET, 3n DOOR ABOVE HAND.
N. 8.--As DR. SCOTT Is a I licensee -under 'the
Goodyear Patents,- he will not make any ,"iaew.a.o.
guy) rubber" sets, but will Continue to manufacture
the genuine articIe — VULCANITE.--. mhp:d&T
FOR GAS AND OIL
Just 'received, the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
• WELDON KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, COIL. VIRGIN ALLEY
18 6 8. .DRY GOODS. 1868.
At Eastern Prices !
Boyers are tnitted to call and ea•
amine our Goods nod Priees.
No. 115 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
JUOT RECEIVED, AT
J. M. BURCHFIELD & CO.'S,
.) per et
5 ptr ct
3 per ct
No. SI Market Street.
5 per et
CALICOES AND CRASH,
Entire Stock of Goods Closing Out,
To mal:e room for exteddlng the Stdre 1t.;.31u L a ck
E:3t E •rUL P lAC
No. 87 Market /Street.
OAHU, McCANDLESS & CO"
(Late Wllsom, Carr .t.C0.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS. IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
• • 3.i0..0 , 1 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley.
• PITTSBURGH, FA
0100 lialeify lal zt.34:11
SUNDAY SCJHOOL CEIMBRA
TIONS rime.. DINNER PARTLES,
furnished with the best
ICE CREI3I. CONFECTIOSERIEs,
CAKES, FRUITS. &v., dc..
At the lowest price and on the aharteat notice, by
- JULIUS RICHTER,
Ie=:m10 'So. 13 Diamond. Allegheny.
HENRY W. 110EUEIACII, '
Confectionery and Bakery,
No: AOOSMITIIFIF.LD STERE'T.
Between Seventh anl 'Liberty.
afir LAD .r:S , OYSTER SALOON nttachel.
'GEORGE BEATEN, . •
And dealer In FOREIGN & AMERICAN FRUITS,
PICKLES, NUTS &c., • •
No. 112 Federal Street, ,
Second door from tl.o drat National Dank, Alle
gheny City. . - "
F. IL lICTCIIINSON U. J. 11Z1111111S.
HUTCHINSON & HEPLURN, '
HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS,
GRALNERS AND GLAZIERS.
. No. SS Penns. Avenue, Pittsburgh.
All orders by mail promptly tittendid
PITTSBURGH. PAPER . DIANU- ,
FACTRIHNO COBIPANY, 'Manufacturers of
PRINTING . .
AND WRAPPING PAPERS.
CLINTON MILL—STEUBENVILLIt, OHIO.
BRIGHTON MILL—NEW BRIGHTON, PA.
OFFICE AND. WAREHOUSE,
No. 82 Third Street, Pittsburgh Pa
Orrterms—AU HARTJE, President.
O. B. LIVINGSTON, Treasurer.
SAMUEL RIDDLE, Secretary.
DIRECTORS—Aug rot Ilartle, John Atwell, S. II
Hartman, John li. Livlngtou.
Cash paid for Paper Stock. Jaan oll
MALT. - SOO BUSIikELS
FALL BARLEY MALT,
Received and fOr sale
TO GLASS •BIANUFACTUREBS.-
-The undersigned hitting secured the sole Agen
or the side or . tne oelebrated , '
COPLEY POT. CLAY,
:Arc now prepared to . furnhth It in any quantity. to
those wishing to procure this superior article. Dial
ring lifteen years , use of this Ohm, we have "o rviveu
at rucb proportions u we belloyet makes it a better
article for pots -than any In the market, wo having
secured an anemia stand a wive sSICIIT StBl TEX
110117118.. We Rill furnish for the 'propor
tion of the mixture af this Clay to Verson,- purchas
ing, The Clay le ground and moulded "in lumps for
delivery. - • • .
DITHRTDGE & 1301‘.
Port Pitt Glass.Worka,
m Street, Tittsbillb,ra. •
LOlllO3 WEDIVEIRS REP
the different Makes OfClotbes Wringr
err Impaired, at the India ltubber Depot, ate
Bt. St. 'Clair street. J. & pHILIKU.
McBANE &, WEIR,
141 WATER STIMET.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS. &C.
MARCH : : : :; : : : 1868
THE VERY LM3t;T
THE Y, NEWEST
COMMIT C CARPETS,
A R o z w E iv mutt NG. AND SOLD 'SOON AS
THE FEB .1" LOWEST.
51 FIFTH STREET ; abOie Wood
mhZ . .
1868. 8 mu 5 G gnbCKlB6B.
LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THOSE *HO BUY
BOYARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 Fifth Street,
mlll9:dawF • OVER BATES & BELL'S.
23 JUST IMPORTED, 23
And E.'vecially: Adapted to this Market,
OF MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS
English Body and Tapestry Brussels,
INGRAINS AND BEMPS,
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT AND THE LOWEST
PRICES IN THE CITY
23 CE.N73 PER YARD
OLIVER INGUITOCK & CO,
No. 23 Fifth Street.
MCFARLAND & COMNS
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCK,
Ir/NDO IV SIIADES
CURTAIN . GOODS,
PURCHASED LAST MONTH FOR CASH.
AND IN MANY INSTANCES AT
Less than. Actual Cost to Mandaetnie.
Theme Goods could not now be replaced .for the
same cost. add are offered 1011 CASH. at
IVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Far Below Their Present Value,
AT THE PLACE WHERE BARGAINS CAN AL.
, WAYS BE HAD ON THE BEST STOCK
. TIVS MARKET:
Nos. 71 and. 73 Fifth Street,
.eECONI, FLOOR. felChmwt&T
WhiCh TEN YEARS , TRIAL In Now York and oth
er. Eastern cities has proved n complete success.
lat , —Fading and Shrinkage lire completely avoid
lid—No ripping apart necessary.
3d—When freed from dust, moths or their larvae,
the Ca good as new, savethe
4th—When perfectly clean, a Carpet will wear as
long again. a desirable matter as a mere point of
economy, to say nothing of looks. • •
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT TUE OFFICE,
No. :179 Liberty Street,
Or addressed to P. O. Box 473, Will receive prompt
attention. 7 "
GEO. L, iIIeCLINTOCH
IRE - GREAT , 110USEHOLTD
4. FRIEND Or PIE _,
The - "Queen " Tr amphant; •
THE 'QUEEN::'THE WASH TUB.
~• • ' = HUT IT. TRY IT.
FOB GENERAL ;EARNING PURPGSBE Iris
PRONOUNCED ONPREGSDENT.ED, cheaperthau
soap—cleanses more thoroaghly—eosts less-money—
saves more time and labor, and Is sold byall Grocers.
One trial wUI demonstrate Itasuperlortty and secure
it allra illace ikthe affection ' or the entire house..
hold. anuthotured try - the
-11 Z1101 1 REANVFACVITRING 00..
• °Moe. N 0.138 'WOOD MEET. Pltisbursh._
- ' 000 boxei prime Teeter' Clieese;
50 Goshen Cheese:
Jtist received and for sale br
JOHN B. CANFINLD BON.
:WO • 141 First st reet.
'UJS^ , .r~ ~Fp'S~Y~~:~i`~i~s,.ss.&t~~~"at~"~~.?.o`.~'
BY MILER & PRELIM
And Commission Merchants,
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
No. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,.
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE BALE DAT AND EVENING.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Fte•
BY SMITHSON , VABBOOK:iir, WOLELLLND.
Asturday; April 4. at 2 1.2 o'clock P. M.,
On the premises. will he sold. that handsome new
-two-story BRICK HOUSE. No. 52 Ohio avenue,
containing nine .rooms. finished In elegant style;
also three rooms in attic. '
The• lot fronts on Ohio avenue 53 feet, extending
back 300 feet to Locust street.
Parties desiring a- first class property, having all
the latest improvements, will find it to their interert
to attend this sale. Street ears pass every ten min
SMITHSON, TANHOOK & MCCLELLAND.
- Dritio . • Auctioneers.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP PROP-
In pursuance of Order of COnrt. in No. 243, June ,
Term, 1868. will be offered at Public Sale, at the
COURT ROUSE. Pittsburgh. on WEDNESDAY,
April 13th, 1.868, at 10 o'clock A as.:
All that certain piece or
_parcel of land situate In
Liberty township. on the Braddocksfield Road (the
property of Lewis J. Fleming , trustee, containing
wi acres, more or less.
TRitsis—One-half cash, balance in one year, with
L. J. FLEMING, Trustee.
For further Information apply to E. P. JONES.
Attorney-at-Law, 84 Grant street.. • - Tu112,1:n33
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
_IL on the 25th day of March. A. D. 1888, a War
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against the -
ESTATE OF THOMAS SCAMDRETT,
Of Allegheny City. In'the county of Allegheny. and
State of Pennsylvania, who Ide; been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition;.that the payment of
any debts and delivery of am property belonging to
such bankrupt, to him or fur his use, and the trans
fer orally property by him are forbidden bylaw; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and - to choose one or more As
signees of his estate, will he held at a Court of -
Bankruptcy to be holden at No. 118 Federal street,
Allegheny OW; Allegheny .county. Penna., before
JOHN N. PVIIVIANCE. Esq., Register. ou the
28th day of April, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock A. M.
THOMAS A. HOW LEY.
ml3o:neo IT. S. Marshal. as Messenger. H
itIS-P:f E NOT IC E .t hat on the 95thaof G tarch, i. a
sant In Bankruptcy was Issued against the_,
- ESTATE OF JEFFERSON VARNEY,
Of Allegheny City, in the county of Allegheny. and
State of Pennsylvania. who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belonging to
Weil bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the trans
fer of any property by him are forbidden by law;
that a meetinicof the creditors of the said bankrupt.
to prove their debts and to choose tine or more As
signees °Oils estate, will he held tt a Court of Bank
ruptcy. to bo holden at No. 116 Federal street. Al
leghenv (ity. Allegheny county, Pa., before JOHN
PURVIANCE. Esq., Register, on the 29th day
of April, A. 1). 1808, at 10 o'clock A. M. -
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
rad3o:nnt U. S. 3tarshat. as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT - COURT OF
UNITED•STATES, for the We.ternDlstrtet of
WILLIAM C. FORSYTHE. a Bankrupt under the
Act.of Congresl of March Bd. 18117, having applied
for a Discharge from all his debts, and other claims
provable under said Act, by order of the Court.
notice is hereby given to all persons who have proved
thetr debts. end other persons Interested to appear
on the 14th DAY OF APRIL,IB6S, at L 9 o'clock:
M., before SAMUEL HARPER. Register, at his
°Mee. No. 03 DIAMOND STREET, Fittsburgh, to
show cause. If any they have, why a Discharge should
not be granted to the said Bankrupt. And further.
notice is hereby given that the second and third
meetings of creditors of_ the said Bankrupt, required
by the 97th and Atit sections of said Act. will be
had before the said Register. at the same timeand
place. S. C. McCANDLESS.
Clerk of U. S. District. Court , for said District.
WfaitElt - NYIISTRICT of PENN- •
At Pittsburgh, the 24th day of March, A. D.
1868. The undersigned hereby gives notice of his
appointment as Assignee of . 9 ILLIA3I ROBB, of.
Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny. and State
of Itennsylvania, - Within said district, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition, by the
District Court of said district,
' JOHN If. DAILEY, Assignee,
nt1e , ..5:n26-Nv Attorney-at-Law. 89 Grant at.
gned .rice IS HEREIIV GIVEN
that application has been made by the under.
to the Courtssf Common Pleas of Allegheny
County for a CHARTER OF INCORPORATION of
“The German Independent Beneficial
Society of Allegheny City,” -
Ain! that the same will Le grauted on the first
DAY of June next. uniess exceptions are died
W. M. MOFFETT, , '
Attorney for Association. •
March 24th, UGS. • mittnna-w
MIXECIUTORS 9 'NOTlCE.—Letters
Testetrientary upon the last Will and Testa
ment of EMANUEL bTUTTLER, Sr., late of Penn
Township, Allegheny - county, Pa., deceased, having
been issued to the undersigned, all persons having
claims against the surd estate will present them,
duly authenticated for settlement, and those indebt
ed are notified to pay the undersigned, in Penn
township, Allegheny county, Pa. •
• • H. It. STOTTTER,•
• E. STOTTLEIL Ju.,
_mh7 tni • Execetors.
TREATS DISFA 4 4ES IN ALL ITS FORM&
Office, N 0.293 Liberty Street.
Er PRIVATE ENTRANCE ON GARRISON
ALLEY. - . 'ml 03:n41
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
.• 'THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY,
J. .11,11ARRIS'. SAFETY FIRE JACKET,
Car Heaterand r
For SMOKE AND HOT 'AIR FLUES; dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Flees in or about the
Passenger or Baggage Cara, with the attachment to
graduate the heat to any temperature that may be
desired without the possibility* of firing the car -or
cars to which the Jacket may be attached.
Having obtained of the United States Letters Pat-.
ent for a Safety Jacket which is• warranted to resist'
the most intense heat that may be adplied to it in
the position and . purpose for which it is intended.'
It is a sure protection from accidents by , Are, origi
nating from defective flues, or where iron pipes are
used as conductors for smoke or heat; It Is appli
plicable to all piping that may.become overheated,
and is warranted to give perfect satisfaction where
wood or other combustible material may be placed
In Mose proximity thereto. I. an:c.now seedy to ap
. ply ,-my invention to stores, dwellings,, y u t er l es
, steambouts, railroad cars,- &c., •whereve;
pipes as conductors 'are made dangerolay being
overheated and security dashed. LwillTell, on ap
pucation,.rights.to manufacture or to use the above
Invention; also, territorial. rights, to such as may
wish to engage In
,apllliag priv:leges, either by State
J. 8 HARRIS.
• airOlnee at the k'NE, PLUS ULTRA PAINT
WORKS," corner of Morris street and the Alleghe
ny EV Railroad, Ninth Ward Pittsburgh, Pa. •
wv 114E1 KEEP -ONifMITA
and makivki order ell.kinde of
prim; and ViE 4 l WAGONS, 'CARTS.
DEA WHEELBAWROwB - • -
_.- .__"'._' __' •'• HAYMAKER and FORKS,
Al utrQUEBNic•wAOON - WORKS, 'near the Pent. -
tentlney, Allegheny Cite. •
jethe&l coLFose:x, FORRESTER & CO.
So. 93 . 31. SMITHFIELD STREET, P1.71.413thiq;
seeps constantly on hand a fine. assortir ent
- CLOTHS, CASSIMERESA VESTING
Also, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. GENI
CLOTHING -MADE TO ORDER: t he taest style K
rPtt# 6 :sPrind sea**
71th 11iaige and . eomptote atonic of
.. • • -
Alt the nem and leading styles, to be found at
No. 47 ST. CLAIR STREET
GRAY at I.OOA
MERCHANT TAILORS: • •
- • , .743NM81 at . DU FF, "
No. '3 gT. CLAIR STREET,. have just brou
from the East a full, sapply_ or SPRING and g •
BIER GOODS, CASSPRERM,' VESTINGS, dc:,
which they are prepared to cut and make up g
style equal to any shop In the cast or west. , T 3
are determined to deserve and hope to receiv4
liberal patronage. no2lhhil
AuT every 'variety ut
• S. S. MARVIN.
91 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh!
ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
Steam Cracker and Biscuit Factor
317 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURG .
31annt:sctnrer and dealer In all kLII3 of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS. Ntr
GLASS, CHINA, CUTLERY..
100 WOOD STREET.
CHINA," GLASS AND
SILVER, PLATED . WARE,
And otberSTAPLE AND FANCY
COOLS, a great variety.
100 WOOD STREET.
RICHARD. E. BREED & CO
100 WOOD STREET
-152 Federal Street, Allegheny,
(Fourth door above Diamond.l
Glass, China Ware Table Cutlet
AT EASTERN PRICES. - .Everythin_g required 14
first class store on hand. Cali and examine cs
goods. • - -1e10:ai
PIAN'OS, ORGANS, &C.
Sehonleker's Gold. Medal Plan
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN..
The SCIIOIIACICER PIAI.O combines all t
latest valuable improvements, known in the c
structlon of a Ant class instrument, and has aiw
been awarded the "ulghest 'premium wherever e
Whited. , Its tone is -lull, sonorous and sweet. T.
workmanship, for &mobility and beauty, snrp
all others .. Prices from $3O to $l3O, (according
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-call
first class Plano._ •
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at the head of 811 reed Instruments,lti pty
clueing the most perfect pip_e quality of tone of ail
similar Instrument In the United States. It is si
rile and compact in- construction, and not liable
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUMAN
TREMOLO" Is only to be found in this Orgill
Price from $lOO to $330. 'Alt guaranteed for ii
• mpg ' No. 12 ST. CLAIR STREET.
MELODEONS: ANI) ORGANS;
In perfect order, from 133 to $l3O.
42 NUM st., 24 door abort Wood
HATS AND CAPS
NEW SPRING GOODS.
ALL TIIE , NEW STYLES OF
Hats and Caps,
M'CORD & CO.'S,
fe22 l3l WOOD - S.REET
PIATS CAPS AND FURS,
Also, Manufacturer Wholesale and Retail Deal
In TRMIKL, ,
No. 132 SUIT
FIELD STREET, Flttaburgh,
Orders prnniptlynlle4 andsatisfactlon guarantee
ARCtiu l l.CTg s - •
FRUIT ROUSE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS, Nos
and St. Ciair Street, Pittsburgh, Pa: Spec
attention given to the designing and. o,
COURT ROUSES and PURLICRUILDINOS.
MECHANICAL AND ENGINEERING
Oilier, Philo Hall; VI Third Street,
With Meseta HoLiaxii*do:, - PITTSBURGH.
F , wr PITT LUMBER COMP'.
Capital, -.. $126-000.
PREsiDENT—ZDIVAIIID - DITHREDGE. -
.BC,PmerrmaNDEN:r—MY.W. DAVIS ON.vEtb
lc ~ • - .. . romitCronat : ~ •
Edward Davison, .•i ;la. Ili Duncan - , ..
J o h n Blo om ~ , ..1 ‘IE. 111 , . .Dithridgi,
Geo.' Dithridr k , ' a1.'1,. Idalone c -,„ I
Lumwir. YARD- . -Oorner oi •liintENAND .
LEGIIIENT BTRESTS, Ninth Ward.
OFFICE. AT. FONT PITT GLASS WORES, Wash
ington atreet. joxice
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