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A S.PRI.I4*-TIME LYRIC FOR MABEL.
„ • • • BY t. B. At.tatlcß.
It fs only in legend and fable •
The fairies are with us. you know;
For thelltirics arc fled, little Babel,-
Aye, ages and ages ago.
And yet I.have tact _with.a. fairy—
Yon needn't go shaking your cur ls— -
A jgenuine spirit and airy
Like her who talked nothing but pearls.
You,ntay,leith. If you like, little Mabel,.
I knOwion reexceedingly wise;
But I've seen her as plain as I'm able
'To see Ithbellet in your eyes. .
A marvellous creature: I really
Can't sayy. She is gifted with wings,
Or residtvla a tulip; but clearly -
She's queen of a ll beautiful things. •
Whenever she comes from her castle,
- The snow fades away like a dream,
And thopine-cone"s icicle tassel —
Melts and drops into the stream.
• The dingy gray moss on the boulder.
Takes color like bright burnished steel;
The brook put Its silvery shoulder
Again to the dripping mill-wheel:
the robin and Wren fig to meet her; •
The honey-bee hums with delight;
The morning breaks brighter and sweeter,
- More tenderly fallath the night! ' •
- Thereadables, in pastures and meadows,
Th 3 buttercups, growing bold,
For her sake light up the shadows,
With disks of tremulous gold.
• -Even-the withered bough blossoms.
Grateful for sunlight and rain— .
-Even the hearts in our bosoms •
Are leaping to greet her again!
What fairy in all your romances
Is such an enchantress as she, 2 •
Who blushes In roses and pansies,
Aud sings in the bird on the tree?
—Alabama has forty postmistresses.
—ln Washington—Lucille Western.
—Ole Bull gave a concert in Plymouth
—Nashville owes its police nineteen thOus
—Mrs. Fred Seward "assists" at the
White House receptions. _
-The stallion Cassius 31: Clayhas recent.
ly been sold for $15,000.
—20,000 a year is the increase in popula.
tion claimed by Montreal. • ,
—Counterfeit nickel five cent pie ces are'
in circulation in lffilwaukee. .
—The Cleveland Skating Rink paid $12,-
400 or 'lB percent. this winter.
--Strawberries will be plenty in alive
weeks in the neighborhood of Cairo.
—The Poste f Chicago is inlopes that gout
will attack Mi. Johnson's .V toes soon.
—Senator Yates has again foreaken his
. cups and taken to temyerakce lecturing.
—Galvestonfhis- opera this week, and the
,prices are five ind: !?,oyars, according
—The bankers Sisson raid. Abraham Op
yenitelm have been created ' Barons' by
.--Jaen. Ord is in Cincinnati; acid has not
yet, therefore, relieved Gen. McDowell in
- --Mr. Vernon B. Curtis, of Ohio, with a
thuusand dollars in his pocket, is missing
- —The 31417auked fa:sang rink--was YerY
gay on Sail:allay last Nvitha bines band and
a grand' ballot' ice. • • '
man in Sowa had so severe an attack
of influnatory rheumatifp last week that he
:took off his leg, per surgeon. ,
--"Marriages in prospect" is the head
'lug of a daily' item in the Chica go,Post., It
Vebtiffilisl: - Of -persons about tn tie the Fatal
Burdeli 4ocies Qutiningkam is
- not deatitimt is largslyinterested in mining,
:and has gone _from San. Francisco to Lo :
'retto, ; ;,7 .
—Mr Bullarli z a. well w
' zen of Trtunhighairt-(rlasa.,) ivas_so
tied, 'aftei tuki:l3ng his~toe iniptaated, that he
gailor in New Orleans completely cut
:the boWph out _oaf another man recently
':dniingA - dispute - about a ;pickle staked at
, Cards. .• .
• —11 9 1 4 :01 th e . eo 2l granta lalring St. Louis
for the rai -- ~.w eit. he* are. *fog eight.een
shootera iriththem, ”warranted to kill at a
thousand yard El." - - - '
mountains in. the neighbdrhood of
Chattanooga ) Tenn: are filled .with deer
. :and the men, iri the neighborhood devote
much of their time to the Abase. • - •
14 - appleon has received another
little -bit;' of truckling ,toadyism from Mr;
Abbott; whO, - 'Out; of,' compliment to the
,Emperor,.„ abOold call himself in French
—Disaph,.mlux timed James P.
'Cabal left' Mgginaport., Ohio; on the 22d of
-February: 4e is liberal reward will-be paid
he Will'proludlolilie returned, if he has been
reservgd by 145.4140 m
, --C eneral Owl Bchin-z, Sickles,' Rani
man ochrane, Bt!insidet Wiluftniii; Wash
14miejuideszile14,:aid-Hanibal Hamlin and
'bi L MIP/ -0 0 1 ent;
N ItntS .
—One of the wi# , or prisons,
Lae the honor of containing in the person:of
John , Deviin the whiskey frauder, a man
3` . ,:itw : 4 6 oP;PKtilk IFPRted , pwe over oelallll4 seanuei."
DuCgytsr,4o . 443 Mehlingen has juts
. 'confeired . Cl4epti, political -rights on,
,". jaws; providklg.; loweveY, that, in:the case
-4 - • of: mixed Jewish and Chrifitilm marriages;
' the cididriti 'Shiabe,lireux,4 rip in` helatter
Brishin makingpreachet4 in thi
"" As B.B.isjpt.,,aWioresi. 'nor yet a Repth=
1 -4*-it ! seerasqdd,lbet she, ih9414 - he in the
14publipui juirtyilind odder' ttutt' she should :
ben king '. reedits there.
. agents in Bridgeport,
fosiiheirlcithee and furniture by tire
recently iiiiriv'ere7.notitteured. ' ~e would
• to -Itnety At. e life insurance Mall
,bas Wig If, in sliortt.
is °Zpractic *'bAt they .
preach. . . ,
—PortmonO, (Ad g h tt e _steam engine
1049h t /0417' 3 4.83' spoken du the depart.
ment, emillte.Clueimuttt Ohninietti Gaye that
- 114 eihair*"co.4s 40e' been toct-slOg
rio4kpthfillidig . ,the dfilxqtment.
41:: : .;. .. 6.4 l 3l l iirile t Vit il h aiall°U MuE4Y) .
recently *rids wife A servant of 14:
4 4 5141 1 itia*: 44 tki;* The de
fiff./211kf.. *ie. Nis .Tobn.
_ . :Boa, not only:intattnediti
zAmlibigtlint 4,041214; vreward, for
the recovery of Robinson, who had itoleii
his wife. Larceny Was '.;What he accused_
—lf people would, ' when building
houses, remember that a pretty, house casts
no more to build than an ugly One, and that
it will always rent for more, they would do
well and the appearance of our streets would
be vastly improved. This is especially ap
plicable to.the suburbs.
--The Trenton (Tenn.) Gazelle com
plains of hiving " too many gentlemen in
that State, and too few working men." It
is not impossible to have plenty of wolrldng
men and none but gentlemen in the North,
but Southern ideas of what constitutes a gen
tleman are, not ours.
—A government school for the instruction
of persons in -the science of telegraphy
has been established in 'Pest); Hungary.
The r wires have been so rapidly extended
there since the wise rule of Premier Von
Buest began, that the demand for operators
is greater than the supply:
—A little boy in Tennessee, about a week_
ago, found notes and papers worth $40,000
concealed in the stump of a.tree. They are
supposed to have been the property of a
Mr.. Daniel Ball,
,;those mysterious disap
pearance with about that amount of his prop
erty has suggested foul play'..
—The Michigan Central Railroad has just
had a new dining car placed on ,its day ex,
press. Furnished with marble tables, mir
rors, soft cushions and an excellent cuisine,
it is bound to work a revolution in the
travelers' eating question. - The -new car
was built by Pullman, of palace sleeping
—The water in Lake Michigan is five
inches lower than it has been before for 30
years, at least the Detroit papers say. so. The
Chicago papers can't tell, as thit mushroom
town wasn't builtat that time. This fact of
low water gives rise to the questidn, "have
the lakes .tides," which seems to be an un
—"The:Sprague Plantation" is said to be
what the State of Rhode Island is called by
the La Crosse Democrat, one of the obscene
publications, the 'sille of which should be
prohibited in all towns, and in fact some of
them and some railways have already pro
hibited the sale of many papers of that class.
We heard of the news dealers in Pittsburgh
intending to sign a pledge not to sell any ob
scene publications. Why have they not
—A Mr. Sweeny was riding in a hack on.
the beach at Galveston, a 'week ago Sunday,
when he met another hack containing some
young women of his acquaintance. He
joined them, and when the ride was over
the driver asked him for pay. Sweeny de
,clined;stating that he had paid his hackman
and the ladies might pay theirs. This so
shocked the hackmarils ideas of gallantry
and propriety that he pulled out a pistol and
shot Sweeny through the head. People
,goirig to Texas should remember to be po
—At Cagt ville, colored man.was
attacked in his own hpuSe by it white villnia
named Fox, whose intention was robbery.
The negro resisted and succeeded in taking
a pistol from Fox, and driving him, away.
The. next day the colored man made in
formation against Fox and had a writ issued
against him. The colored man, in spite of
threats, served the writ. The next night
his house was attacked by six men. The col
ored man again resisted, but in i 'vain. He
killed one of his assailants, but himself re
' ceived five bullets which killed him. Both
bodies were buried. No inquest was held,
and a desperado named Williams openly
boasts that he gave the "nigger his death
.Such things attract no attention
—The Nashville Press and Times of Sat
urday last contains an account of an out
rage committed by the Kuklux-klan on an
Irish citizen of Waverly, Tenn., whose only
offence was that as a Union man he had
been dreadfully persecuted 'during the war,
and had length joined the Northern army
in order to fight for his principles. This
man was seized by a band of men who broke
into his house and tore him from his bed,
carried him, clad only in nature's garb,
about three miles, to a creek, in which they
dragged hint up and down until he was al
most dead:' His hips and knees were horri
bli btuised against the stones, his hair and
beard were industriously plucked ; out, and
then he was kicked and beaten - and left on
the edge of the creek, where his wife found
him eighteen hours afterwards, in an insen
sible condition. He has ever since beetrin
waging fever. Such outrages are known
wherever the Kukiux are. A lodge of Kuk
lux is to be opened this week in Pittsburgh.
Mysterious disappearances are already fro-
Payment of //)wtY010131S!
WASHINGTON, D: C., March 28. •
It is entirely impracticable. for - this office
to reply to -the immense number. of in
-Ipilries from,claimants, .or their friends and
altorn o 7l4 - as' to the; 6anditloh or cause,ot
delay in the' . adjustment of bounty
claims without serious interruption to the
public business, especially in
.the very - mat-
ter of settling thesepartlcuktr claims. This
printed circular is •the. only response that
can be given. All the bounty cuilms now
on file are being settled as fast as-the Second
Auditor of the Treasury . can furnish, from
the muster-rolli now deposited in his office,
the evidence necessary to 'determine the
validity of: e.ach, claim. Tblg information
has been - aPpiied for, and the , Auditor is,
now furnishing responses to our inquiries at
the rate• Of AbOnt. , .. 20,000 per month.- At
this rate it is expected that the whole num
ber of claims tiled, or likely to be tiled, will
be acted OA and finally settled in the, next
nine months When tklaini is allowed,
the check dw draiwn to the Ordei of 'the
claimant,ind sent, with his discharge, to
his attorney, or to himself, . where
I .ilo attorney has been 'appointed ,
and is payable, only upon ' in
, Aerial:Lent - by.. claimant ,; unless the latter
;shall, by,n power of attorney executed sub
let:pent to thordate of'the check; ratithorize
j hie attorney}to act for him'lf ikareVeeris
Al m Tfonwie - eiif the United Stateitit New
WrkOity,.'tig Soiri all
.`, checks. 'adz.
thkualionlarcaiimi; lis thir rionsibip
#o.t•Y;,s .4 th4k such c ase,
Ilkt,lciok•: , for.,:pe_yment. t milk.tbus be
seen that the sol dier Am:mot:be .'defelAided;
I ,roilesti;lif hiiiitnfactil#Placektibusalf in
the power ofattarnek... • .
• - -•-• Paythheter:Obarea
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PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: :THURSDAY, APRIL 2. 1868
1 ,. _ ONLY
A FULL SET OF ARTIFICIAL METH •
FOR EIGHT DOLLARS...-
•UPPER - AILND LOWER SET-FOR 81 2 .
• TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PA TH
NO CHARGE FOR EXTRACTING WHENAR T!- .
FICIAL TEETH ARE ORDERED. -
ALL WORK WARRANTED FOR FIVE TEARS.
LAUGHING GAS FREE op CHARGE, AT
QUINCY A: SCOTT'S
Steam Dental Establishment, •
218 PENN STREET, 3n DOOR ABOVE HAND.
N. 8.- , AB DR. SCOTT is a licensee under tbe
Goodyear Patents, be will not - make any "new (bo
gus) rubber" seta, but will continue to manufacture
the genuine articIe—VULCANITE. mhZ3:d&T
Ch. Et, 33. aellera,
FOR OAS AND OIL.
Just received, the finest and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
14T WOOD STREET, COIL. VIRGIN ALLEY
m624:112.1 • -
At Eastern Prices !
Buyers are,. invited to call and ex.
amine our Goods and Prices..
No. 115 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
NEW GOODS, •
JUST RECEIVED, AT
J. M. BURCHFIELD & CO.'S,
No. S 7 Market Street.
4ALICOES A ID &SASH,
Entire Stock of Goods Closing Ont,
To makeroom for extending the Store Boom beet
REMEMHER THE PLACE,
No. $7 Market Street.
CARR, McCANDLESS & CO.,
(Late Wilson, CUT ht C 0..)
WHOLESALE . DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domeitie Dry Goods
o. 94 WOOD. STREET.
Third door above Diamond alley. •-
.- . , PITTSBURGH, PA.
KO It 31 , 1 1 (0 M aizA
HENRY W. HORBACIf,
Confectionery. and Bakery,
;o. 200 SMITHFIELD SVERET,
• IletircOn Seventh and Liberty
CLAD es+ OYSTEU
GEORGE HEAVEN, "
And dealer In TOREION4 AMERICAN FRUITS,
PICKLES, NUTS an.. .
Na. 11 Federal Street,
Second door from the *lint 'National Bank, Alle
gheny City. _ '
It. J. nzrzuns.
HOUSE. SIGN ANDOIMAIRENTAL PAINTERS,:
GRA= •.A 'SLA.ZIERS, •
No. SS Pen venire, Pittsburghi
All orders by tat4l, .mintpattended to.
NOTICE TO 01IVII*1 OF ! - 1
DRAYB; : iiids' &e
Notice is hereby given to allow , rs of: Drays,
non-residents,: Hunks, Pittsbu rg resld r ent or
in the 'aty o, to pa 'their
• - Licensee at the Tretturers Office of the (,ity .of
Pittsburgh FORTHWITH, In accordance with an.
Act of Assembly, approve d March 30th, 1860, and
'and an Ordinance the - Councibrof the City of
rittsburghi passed xlll6, 1860.
All Licenses not on or before MAY 15,1868,
will 'be placed in ' bands of the Chief of Police
for collection subject. to his fee of 50 cents for the
collection the reof, and all persons who neglect , or
refine to take of Licenses will bil3 subject to a pen
;silty; to be me ered,,before the Mayor, double the
:amount of the censili '' -•
The old metal . plates of preylous Years must bp re
turned at the time Licenses aro taken out, or pay
. , .., RATF .OF LICENSE:
Each. One Horse vehicle $ 7 50
Each Two Horse. " is oo
Foch Four Horse ic• • 18 00
Each Two Home Hit4k 10 00
Omnibuses and Tittber Wheels drawn by Two .
Horses. Eighte Doll ars each. For each addl-
onal Horse- usild un
mine of the above vehicles, One
Dollar, - ' , .). SAMUEL ALLINDEE,
FITT ' in i tyßon. Feb- Rory
um. City Treasurer.
rinit GMAT • - HOUSEHOLD
FRIEND OF THE AGE. *
The "Q ueen " Triumphant •
THE 'QUEEN OP THE WASH TUB.
HUI IT. • TRY
FOR d Els nitz, Wirtria NCI PURPOSES trls
soap—Weenies more thoroughly—costs less money
saves more time and labor, and is sold.b7 all Groeol•
One trial will , demonstrate Its superiorltyand eaoure
it a Arm_ pMft.. in the, affection or .the , entire house*.
hold. Alanunsoturod by the
10111111 WANVIPACTIIIRING CO.;
Office,' So. 13t - W001) STREET, Plttsburgh.
÷9 11 7 •
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• . .
.• ilicsAiuk Aitazit,
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MF~s;'~:r - ~
. :,d. . MISCELI+4NEIISr
TREASURY DEPAEMMESSIT OF
lIRG, DEC. 18,186?'.
NOTICE TO THE HOLDERS
AtL N OS
Commonwealth :.of , Pennnsylvania,
DIIE J VLY IST, 18613.
k I ;CO A 0 [ 6 1%1 0; Ceill ki7A;iz
Due July Ist, 1868,
WILL BE REDEEMED, WITH INTEREST, TO
DATE OF PAYMENT, ON THE PRE-
SENTATIO:i AT THE
FARMERS' & MECHANICS'
Loan of March` 27th, 1839, due July
Loan of July 19th, 18$9, due July
INTEREST ON THE ABOVE. LOANS WILL
CEASE ON TEE IST OF JULY, 1888
FRANCIS JORDAN, Seey Mate.
JOHN r..HAZTRANT, And. Gest.
W. H. NEMBLE, State Tresa•r.
Commissioners of Sinking Fund
PRICES OF THE
VARIOUS KINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
„.111.AliEFACTERED BY TIIE
HAZARD; POWDER COMEOY,
ARTHUR KIRK, Agent,
Unice, 172 and 174 FEDERAL STREET,
Electric' Rim. 1,2, 3, 9 and 5 grain, In Square
Canisters,* lb.nacb •
American, bporting, In Oval Canisters . of Ilb.
One,k Shooting, Noy 1,2, 8 and 9 grain, in
Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each
,Indian Mc, in Oval Canisters of 11b. each.. ..
Kentucky Ititle, In Oval Canisters of Ilb. eac h
Kentuckyß 151 e. I n Oval Canisters °I'M lb. each
125 one lb. Oval Canisters in a case. )
(SO half lb. •dn. do..- do.) •
Kentucky Milo, Trua., TYG., and "Sea Shoot
ing', ra; in kegs: lbs
Kentckylillic, , Frirti,"47o, and "Sea Shoot
-- in& In kegs,l2)i t . . . . . .
Kelitucky)tille, Firra, }Fa,
Mir' To. In kegs, 0)(169 • - nnd .-
Deer Powder, lit7tegs,.2slbs • • • • -
Mining.and Shipping • Powder, 'Minin F, 77,
Yr, grain, net cash, in. kegs, 26 quality,
inlclise-ftir Blasting, of superior
in packages of 60 feet and over • • •
Dellwred free of expense on board of Boat or
Railroad, In Pittsburgh or Allegheny,
OFFICE LIGHT HOURS BOAR
WASHINGTON CITY, March .17th, 1531.1
SEALED •PEOI'OSALf3 will be received at this
'titian until l o'eloek on
Friday,tlie 10th Day cif Aprfl o 1868.
for the nom mai stone for the thee wall'of a pier et`
protection at '
Wttagoshance Light Station,
sizatt. of .116a:inst. tai afteriiiitie with plans Sad
ilier:46tiehe;iotiles ot#ltieltnin be obtained neon'
appuctttoa to the at %his
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BY mni.& ..
p4innait a prnwirm; =
And continfaidoii merchants,.
OPERA HOUSE MOTION ROOMS,
No. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
Dry Goodsand Notions;
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Constrain:mete &Melted. Prompt Re.
BY BiIIYBBON ViiIHOOK &
AT - AUCTION'. •
Saturday, April 4, at 2 1.2 it'eloek
On the premisis,_will be 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 intereg
to attend this sale. Street tars pass every ten min
___ . .
SMITHSON, VANHOOK k McCLELLAKE.
lIIERTY TOWNSHIP PROP
. ERTY AT
PUBLIC SALE. .
In pursuance of Order of Court, In No. 245, June
Term, 1568. will be Offered at Public Sale , at the
COURT HOUSE. Pittsburgh, on WEDNESDAY,
April 1504 1868, at 10 o'clock A
All that certain piece or parcel of laid situate-in
Liberty township. on the Braddockstielditoad. (the
property of Lewis J. Fleming, trustee, containing
3;6 acres, more or less.
TERMS—One-half cash, balance in one year, with
L. J. FLEXING Trustee.
For further information apply to .E. 'l'. JONES,
Attorney-at-Law, 64 Grunt street. mliZin33
Testementary • upon the last Will and - Tents
ment of EMANUEL STOTTLER, Sr., late of Penn
Township, Allegheny county, Pa., deceased, having
been issued to the undersigned. all persons having
claims against the said estate.wlll present them,
duly authenticated for settlement, and Those indebt
ed are notified to pay the undersigned, in Penn
township, Allegheny comity„Pa._
. H. 'B. STOTTTER,
mli7:msl • Executors. .
Letters of administration on the estate of
ADAM AESCHELMAN, deceased, late of Allegheny
county, &wring been granted to the undersigned, ail
persons indebted to said estate will make payment
without delay, and those having claims against the
same will present them for settlement.
H. 8. FLEMING,
fe..T:m7t•rn • Administrators, McClure Tp.
TO WHEAT GROWERS. -
EUREKA ALIEMEONIATED BONE,
StrEMPHOSPHA.TE OF LIILE,
The Allegheny . Fertilizer Co.,
REWARD & CAMPBELL,
0180, 866 Penn Street, Plttstwrgh, Pa.
The best Eetilizer in use, aril recognized by "
Fartners who' ave given It a trial, to be R ye stand
ard for .raising large crops of Wheat., , Oats,
Corn, Pots toes, ac. We have published for gratu
itous circulation &pamphlet containing:lnteresting
and valuable statements of this Fertilizer, copies of
which will be sent free to any sending , us their ad
TREATS DISEASES, IN ALL ITS FORMS.
Office, N 0.293 Libertfr Street.
Alir PRIVATE ENTRANCE, CR'
4 , 4 M a 1phA04v144,71 1 ,1 41 .4 3 MT1; m77..,7
- • - Ago,—
SECURITY AND. COMFORT. FOR
- irHE TRAVELING COMMUNITY.
L HARRIS' SAFETY FARE JACKET
Car Heater ma-Moderator
For SMOKE AND HOT AIR FLUES, dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Fires In 'or about. the
Passenger or BagggeCars, with the attachment to
graduate the heat t o any temperature task-MAY. his
desired without - the possibility at t a c hedug the car
cars to width the Jacket may be..
Raving obtained of the United States Letters Pat
ent for a Safety Jaoket which is warranted. to resist
the most Intense heat that may be adplied to it is.
the position and purpose for which it Intended:
IL Is a sure protection from accidents by Are origi
nating from defective flues, or where irontpes are
used as conductors the smoke or heat: It. appll!:
pliable to all piping that may become overheated,, .
and is warranted to give ioerfect satisthetionwhers,
wood or other combustible material trusy.b& placed
in close proximity thereto. I am now.ready to ap
ply my invention to stores, dwellings, , iketeries,
ships, steamboats, railroad cars, wherever
pipes as conductors are made dangerotia.by- being
overheated sad. security desiscd. I TAR tell. on ap
plication. rights to .teanufactureer to use the above
Invention; also, territorial rights, to such. as may .
wish to engage In seining prilVeges, either by State
J. , fl. Bdlt 118.
Sarolllce at tbe "NE PLUS ULTRA PAINT
'WORKS," corner of Morris street and. the Alleglte?
ny yaw , Railroad, Ninth rsrd. Pittsburgh, P.
Which TEN YEARS , TRIAL in New York and oth
er tistern cities has proved a complete snecess.
- . !ITS ADVANTAGES:
lot--leading and Shrinkige..Bll3 completely avoid
apart necessary. ,
3d—When freed ,from duet, moths or their larvae.
tho Carpet looks nearly as good
: as now, save the
natural fading from wear. t •• • •
4;117-When perfectly clean, a Carpet will weir as
long again, a desirable matter as a mere.point of
eeonomy, , to say nothing of looks.;
ALL; ORDERS:LETT AT TAE OFFICE,
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No; 93,4'8311,Tintaiii.LD Slf#T, .PITTSBU
Heel* colustanUy on _incites tßrenti
CLOTHS' CASSIMERES & VESTI
Also, GILNDS SORNINICENG GOODS. GE
'CLOTIUNGICADE TO ORDEM, the lauet sty
; - ITfir.l/0 S pr i ng Se4eimi; •
nth isiiiimitt ecriiplete stock of
BOYS', ypuras , AND
. . .
All the new ino r !esOingityles, to_ be totizorij
• No. 47 AT. - cLAra STREET.
- - ,
4 . 5x4i . E4 r, rort - 57,.
No. 3 Si, CLAIR STREET, hai.e )ast. _tiro
frourthe - Rastn - - full_Ampply 'of - SPRING-Auld -4
MEE GOODS, CASSAESM, STINGS. Au.,
which they are prepared to• cut and. make up
style equal Many- snop in the east or-.west.
are determlried to deserve ,and - hope -to-recei
liberal patronage. - ,
MARTINIS PATENT > :
FRENCH cnAcsruq: •
FRENCH CRACKKIiS. • 4 1,
FRENCH CRACKERS 4
And every variety of , T .
S. S. MUM 17/51';
91.101eity Street, I.444liKairp
TRY THEM. :„Ea
ESTABLISIEED IN 11340: ! / , '" ,
Steam Cracker and BlscaitTacto
3/7 LIBERTY STREET, PITTIEMBe74
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of
cornrEip , rxixyi - g.it - y,
FOREIGN AND - DOMESTIC FRUITS; NUTS,
GLASS,' MINA, CUTLER
-Zoo WOOD STREET
CHINA, GLASS AND
SILVER PLATED WARE,
• And other STAPLE AND FANCY .
GOODS, a great. variety. • •
RICHARD E. BREED
L:~3'j(~:4 ~~~ 4:f A ~4Q
CHARLES IMMENISY • 6.
• (Pour& door Rizzi:kind
OEMs, 'China ' Ware & Table ea. ' tie
AT EASTERN PRICES. Everything required
drat class store on hand. Call and examthe
PIANOS;ORG : S, &C:
IDOLTY , TIIE 111037.A.111). - C :
J_A. - P.SI! PIANO:AND ORGAN. - •
Schomacker's Gold -Medal.;'
-. AND rESTEVS2COTTAGE ORGAN.'
- .The' : - .-SCRONACKEW. PIANO .oumblnes. all
latest valuable -Improvements . in: the e
strnetion - of a first class instrurnent, and baaalw i
been awarded the Idghest.premium .wherever •
• Minted. Its tone Is full. - sonorous and sweet.. • f:
• workinstitldp.:.for darabillty , and bcanty,-. snip."
all others. Prices from &so to '11.50, taecordin,
style - and. finish,) cheaper:than All other •
first.clsse Piano. • -• • . . , , .
, - - ESTEDS
.Btands at.the::lseadof all rend.lnattuments, p
the most perfect pine auallty, Or tonki •
:shiaeriloetrateeetio: the tritieCt;etesi'!:,l[
pie arid compact in .eonstruction. and: pot: le:
get out of order.
41ta010 T e E s o n ly: AtnT. •E
b N found. O Or N this
Price from 1100 to $500 . .., guaronteedler .
Ye4r l6 •
SEICONIII HAND • . •
'III I 'LODEONS AID DISANN,
In perfopt order, ikon:43s $1304.
• . CHARLO'rTZ OttaiE,.
mbi2 451 Fifth st.,-311d door abare*ood
SATE AMY CAPS.
ays! SPRING GOODS.
ALL 711K . N.EIV STTL.F.S..O?;-: ilB.
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ARRIVING - qAThr, AT '''
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MVO :: at! 00;,
Aleo,4a.jrallietnrer . ,Nrtioleaale Retail Deal
in T N.e. 4311 t, SLIT
FIELD . REKEituNICI6_
oille.FpprpurAtypt . o itkplay/ocitot,,igiarante
ARo4.or.ixyrsi , !: .-fk
FRUIT HOUSE ASSOCIATION RUILDIbtOS, Nos
X and St:Clair Street, Tittftrutgb,.ra.. Spec*
attention given to the delifining.ond building
COURT ROUSER and PUBLIC it UtLOTNOS,
oft% rhu• UoU. 7G Third 1 •t,
Vim Xenra R a 14431 :1 & CO,ELT : H.
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