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FROM THE rEILSIANOF
Two ears and but a tungle tongue,
fly Nature's laws to man belong:
Tbelesson be would teach Mclear.
..Repeat but - Wilt of what you hear.
THE PO d ET FOILED. ,
To win the
writes tof u
And sonnets writes trie
She likes a Terre—but, cruel whim,
She still appears a,verge to him.
—Lake Champlain is still covered with ice.
—Wheeling Fenians are-reported to be
London critics praise. Mr. Bandmann
—New York city disposes of 50,000 pho
tographs daily. -
—The Paris masked balls yielded 170,000
francs this year. -
—O'Baldwin only measures 44 inches
around the chest.
--Barnum's lti t adagasear Albinos were
born on Long Islind.
—Hackett laid the corner stone of Booth's
new theatre in New York.
—The King. of Pfussia is 71 years old,
and still a very hard worker.
—England contributes only one-fifth of
.the reveneus of the Atlantic cable,
—Mr. Dickens likes David Copperfield
better than any other one of his books.
—The demolition of Dr. Cheever's church
on UniOn Square has been commenced.
—A beautiful fountain is to be among the
novel decorations of Stewart's new store.
—The White Fawn is to have a run of
twelve weeks at the Academy of Music in
' —The Alaska Herakl is a new paper pub
lished in Sewarddom. It is half Russian,
—John A. Brown of. Philadelphia has
given $20,000 to Lafayette College at Easton,
, —A man in Oxford, Masai, found last
week 425 feet of- -black snakes in his cellar:.
He killed them.
—The Secret Scent, or the Voice of Blood,
is the slightly sensational title of a Toronto
—The Petticoterie is suggested by. the
Boston Post as 4 suitable name for the new
literary ladies' club.
—Welleck has abolished benefits at his
theatre. A little hard we would suppose
on - his stock cornpany.
—The largest,nail factory in- the United
States is situated at. Boontowr., N. It
covers six acres of ground.
--The old revolutionary relic, the fort at
Providence, R. 1., is to be removed to make
room for a dwelling house.
• —The inconsolable widow of the late
D i tike de _Horny is abodt to be married to
the Spanish Duke de Cesto.
—Mrs. Daniel Cochrane, of North Brook
field, Mass., gave birth to 23 pounds of girls
• ddhe up in three small parcels. I .
—A boy in Missouri bought and ate four
pounds of gum drops the other day and was
nearly asphyxiated in consequence. .
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton disapproves of
the club for females, and says shewould
rather be a member of a man's club. •
• —Somebody has discovered that if New
YOrk gets its Arcade railway, Broadway
will be the longest bridge in the world.
- 7—Someliedy has suggested that railway
companies lock up the stoves in passenger
cars to prevent the fire from going out
=The Marquis of Bute, who is just of
age, has bought a furnished residence in
Lohilon for a million and a half of dollars
—St. - Louis has a woman pedestrian who
is going to try and walk - on hundred mile's
in twenty-four hours. She begins to-day.
—William Custin, hile attempting to
board a train of cars when in motion at
Cleveland, was g thrown under the cars and
—The Peoria Transcript asks 'Why is
`' President Johnson like a free ?" and _then
sagely answers "because he leaves next:
' month." •
--Philadeliihia has the Black Crook again
under Mac Donough's direction - . It does
not draw as it did when brought out there a
--Forty-two million five cent cigars were
smoked in France last year. We need
hardly say that smoking fashionable in
th 4 country. •
=A printing office is going to be started'
In Bing Sing penitentiary to teach the con
victs the art. None of them know anything
about it now.
papers .say that the fruit re
ports were premature, and that as yet the
peaches were uninjured by the frosts in that
--Alwayi give a lady your seat—not be
cause it belongs to her, but because she be.
longs to a six you should consider it a pity.
Meg° to honor.
—An Old Scotchman named Ferguson 4
lives in Vermont. - He is eighty-nine years
old and wears a coat which is forty..one
Yews his. &tailor..
—The New York Evening Podia 'respon-
Ole for tbe statement, that mass was sung
in latin by Protestant . Episcopal priests in
Trinity Chapel, New-York.
- —Father • Taafe 'had a funeral the other
.•',lay in .Lawrence,_ ngwbusetts, at which
appeared eight hundred ladies in black
Wittflong white veils.
-- -The„iiissouri Republican, which, in
spite of its respectable name, is a rabid cop
- 15thea4 Aheatt styles ImPeeehlAent "The
IMvoree Case at Washington.ll
Murano of the -weather on Satur-
J . 44 subjected the muddy streets to more con
eulcation than usuat i an d dusty weather will
probably be the eventual result.
—The PIM 3 / 8 1 / Gazette tries to get off
what It evidently Considers an excellent
joke on O. W. Holmes, by calli ng him the
i *td, end of. the dissecting tableitl
Albans: . Vermon4 furnished three
millions of: pona dB of butter lastyear. It
'Rae show of Justice to
be di; butter metropolis -of America ,
• :- . „ .i.lbirteen'houses Were burned on Bann.-
agobi the little town of Franku li
enII, 'Onamegro perished in the flames.
TIM property destro -ed was - valued at $5O,-
—Lucy Stone is once more; (al the war
trail She is said to quite equal Anna Dick
enson as a scold. A match for the cham
pionship between the two would be a good
—Yesterday week, in South Naaliville, a
man named Lombertine, stabbed another,
mimed Gotlieb, to the heart. Both of the
men were intoxicated. The murderer es
—Miss Fanny Hawkins, a maiden of only
twenty-t*o yearsova - binned to death-in
hei• father's house in Anne Arundel county,
Mazyland, oh the 6th inst. The rest of the
family escaped. I
—Maj. Gen. Jdseph A. Cooper was unan
imously nominated for member of Congress
for the State at large by the Republican
county Convention which met at Nashville,
. Tennessee, last Tuft:laq. ('
—Miss Mary Levers, of Wood county,
Ohio, is twelve years old and weighs 250
pounds. She is still growing. Her own
name with a place to rest, it on is probably
the only thing that can move her.
—John Devlin the whiskey man, is worth
$2,000.000. He is making shoes in a New
York Penitentiary, and is 'fed on corn I
bread and molasses. Last fall he gave
woodcock and champagne dinners.
--2 There are but two iron vessels the
great lakes, and they were built at Buffalo.
Detroit, however, has started a ship yard
for building iron vessels, and one is now in
course of construction. Orders for others
have also been received.
—The Cache river in Ohio is said to be
the crookedest stream in the country, al
ways excepting Timber Creek in Slew Jer
sey. The Cache is one hundred and eighty
miles long s but winds so much that it Os but
thirty-eight miles from its source to its
—The heavy frosts in Alabama have in
jured vegetation. It is wonderful how, al
though every year the farmers complain of
all the crops being injured, there is never
theless generally a copious supply
In the markets when , the time comes, the
only effect of the spring ruin being to don-,
ble the prices.
-Gen Grant does not like the conduct of
certain editors who announce that he is in
favor of impeachment. He says that he
supposes it is right to hold an opinion on
impeachment, but so long as he keeps it to
himself or his Family circle he does not
think the newspapers have any business to
publish it to affect the, President one way or
—A Boston paper, remarking the fact that,
seven railroads terminate in Louisville, says
that "their builder's stopped in disgust when
they got there." When we studied geogra
phy at school we remember that Boston
used to be mentioned as the termintit of
more railways than any other town in the
Union. The Boston man's inference is ap
plicable there also.
—The New York Express asks the f9llow l
ing question in mental arithmetic : "If we
fired 100 guns over a loss of 800 votes in
New Hampshire, how many shall we fire
over' a like result in Connecticut? We
would amend it thus: If the Democrats pat
up eight roosters because of a Republican
majority in the Connecticut Legislature,
how many must be put up because a Repub
lican Governor was re-elected in Rhode
Island ?" -
—lmmediately before the war northern
men were liable to meet with death, or at
the very least, a coat of tar and feathers, if
they ventured into the Southern States.
Immediately after the war the konthern peo
ple were cowed, and a northern man was
safe in their midst; aid and comfortbas since
then been furnished them from the White
House, and now their outrages are even
more high-handed than ever. Two teach-
ers of Maury county, Tenn., have been
treated in the most brutal manner and ban
ished, by a crowd of men, including the
magistrate and constableovho loudly declar
ed that the Su-Klux managed matters there.
It is the duly of Gov. Brownlow to spare
neither men nor money in the immediate pun
ishment of these rebels, and if he is not able.
to quell them, then Congress should come to
his aid. If neeessary the- whole army
shcittld be ordered to these rebellious dis
tricts, and used in such a way that any man
who has a right to the protection of the.
government, shall be able to live in peace
in any part of the nation which suits him.
marriages in New York.. ,
The number of _ marriages hi this city
during the year ending October 1, 1867,
was 7,519. The marriage - rate, estimated
upon the census of 1865, was therefore 20.68
in 1,000 inhabitants. or one marriage to
every 96.68 of the population. The mar
riages that were registered in Brooklyn in
the same period number 1,849, giving a
marriage rate of 9.11 in 1,000 inhabitants,
or one marriage to every 219.5 of the popu
lation. , It is probable that the marriage rate
is higher in the latter than in the former
city, so that the defects of - registration, and
consequently the neglect of the provisions
of the law on thepart of those who perform
nuptial ceremonies, are shown to be
Of the 15,026 persons married in New
York last year, 70 males 'and 1,262 females
were under 20 years of age; 2,093 males
and 3,207 females were between.: 20 and 25;
2,568 males and 1,615 females between 25
and 30; 1,282 males and 656 females be
tween 30 and 35; 641 males and 335 females
between 35 and 40; 333 males and 164 fe
males between 40 and 45; 188 males and 59
females between 45 and 50; 100 males and
28 females between 50 and 55; '46 males and
7 females between 55 and 60; 42 males and
4 females of 60 years of age and upwards,
while 151' males and 179 females either did
not know or would not tell their ages. The
proportion of foreihn over those' of native
birth. who married during the yetir was cen
siderable, as will be seen froin the foll Owing
figures : Foreign, males, 5,846; females,
- 4,978): native, males;ll974; females, 2,341;
nativity not stated, males, 198; females,.l94.
Of those _ who married. for the first time,
5,698 were males, and 5,717 females, while
the remainder,'.l,4ss Males and '1,486 fe
males, bad been previetisli married. • Three
of the brides were over :70 year& or-age,
widlamie groorO t having outliyed two wives,
*BMW.at the.age The averag e
asa of the men who married was 81.8 years,
average: age of the _,women wae,•2 . 8,8
vars.—Ant York -Evening Post. .
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: MONDAY, APRIL 13. 1868
e jg ,p - - ORLY
A PULLFOSEIJEIOGPHART Do TrFI LL cI A AL its '"lcrllsBj
FTEET H ULL UPPER AND LOWER 8E1; FORML.9.
CHARGEiVE EXTRACTIA RACTED TITUT I'..tqI.TI
FICIAL TEETH ARE ORDERED.
ALL WORK WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
LAUGHING GAS FREE OF CHARGE, AT •
QUINCY A. SCOlvi'S
• Steam Dental Satabtahatem4,
SFS PENN STREET, an DOOR ABOVE HAND.
N. B.—As DR. SCOTT is a licensee under the
Goodyear Patents, heleill not make any "new
gus) rubber" seta, but will continue to xnannfactitte
G --- Pl]tftig - I'm
FOR GAS AND on.
Just received, the finest and largest assortinen
ever opened in this city.
WELDON & KELLY,
147 WOOD STREET, COR. ViaDIN ALLEr.:
Z 1 0
• PCI CD
El F-4 .
1 7. 1 1
" 0, 4 m
S 7. MARKET STREET. 87.
SPRING OPENING !
TIIMMoIIE F. PHILLIPS',
t (Successor to J. M. Burchfield & Co.)
SPRING DRY GOOM
SPRING DRY GOODS.
SPRING DRY GOODS.
MR. PHILLIPS respectfhlly announces thatithe
extensive alteratiOns to leis
RETAIL • DRY GOODS STORE'
Are completed, and his establishment is NOW
OPEN. He offers an entirely
New Stock of Dry GOOils,'
.p , fBl:: e in i v i T e d s. Sunam er Wear, a; the lowest Eabt
ar2: 87.... MARKE T STREET....I37,
DENIOSOINC & 111 - E - ClitßiPS,
27 Fifth` Street.
PLAIN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, 8 cents
and upwards. •
ALL LINEN HESI-STITCHED - HANDKERT
CHIEFS, for 35 cents and
}D AD WORK BOXES. WRITING
HOSIERY, In all grades and at all prices.
AT REDTCED PRICES!
KID GLOVES, CORSETS, nop.p SKIRTS, &c
fel ALL OUR GOODS AT. LOW PRICEI•
o‘l l ' TEE -
Pittsburgh National Bank of Commerce
Plrrsimaioo, April 0, 1808
Loans and Discounts., $ 554,054 05
Neal Estate 64,091 36
Current Expenses and Taxes 4,55111 97
Premiums 4,901 OS
Cash Items 9,316.35
Duo from Banks 69,369 99
ttnitesi States Bonds deposited with
U. S. Trees's to
SecuritiesrcuaVn 500,000 00
tr. B. Bcrads and on hand , 69,500 00
Specie, Legal Tender, NatiSnal and
State Bank Notes, 6c 171,715 00
Capital Stock .... ' $ 500,000 00
DCirculation ' 449,000 00
epositors . ... ..- - ..... ...3D0,360 30 , . r
Banks and Bankers 66.743 . 00- 457,103 30
Surplus Fund, Exchanges, Inter
est, &e • - 33,4300 '42
• The *bore is a cornet abstract from my report to
the C'amptroller of thO Corrcaey.
'ap9il32l. JOSEPH- H. HILL, 9astalei•
Q U A A TTEICILTIttIibiIT
EXCHANGE' NATIONAL BANK
PM:B4EOu, April 8, 1888
Notes and Bills Discounted $1,903,346 30
S. Bonds deposited 10 se-
. i 60,00)
u. Bonds deposited to se
cure'Deposits .... ; . . . 1 50 , 0 1 7 0 -2,000,000 00
Specie and other lawful messy • 180,730 00
National CerreneY..........S 2,487 00
Cashitems 80— 1%1400 80
Due by Bunks . ... ... ...
Real retste... . ... 56,000 00
Taxes and Expenses . .
.... . ........ 17,974 10
g 3,515,583 Oil
Capital Stock $l, 700,090 00
National Circulation .800,000 0 0
State Circulation sa,sseep— 840,380 00.
Individual Depcsilts SUOMI' • ,•
United States treposits....
.2a— ggs gag 34:
'Due to Bank,u . - 01,818 Earnin g, . 468,166 aT
I.certttWthat.theibreis:lt true abstract of the
statement madata the Oomptroller of Currency.
apl:n96-0&T It. M. 3tIIIIHAY. Cashier:
oivitithas , Wrf us.
EDAlltbAß&amytuaar. all and offl
'ere P r" ; li "' ue J. aiEirrin!,irs.
ir street. , ,
went. Afine lot of BUTTONS.
XELCRITM, GLYDE & Co.,
78 and SO Mariet. Stieet.
mhln:dle • •
AT JOSEPH HORNE & CO.'S;
STRAW TRI3LNILNGS, ornamented.
ALSO, A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
WHITE GOODS, y CORSETS,
GLOVES. BAL3IORAL SKIRTS,
FRINGE_ ,S • BUTTONS, •
And a Full Line of Notions;
FURN IMUM G Erius, SUSPENDERS
MORRISON'S STAR SHIRTS.
Agents for BISMAn 4.„
CK, DICKENS,,•VICTOR and
other popular snakes of
rrlces as low as Eastern Jobber"
Nos. 77 and 79 Market Street.
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED
Dealers, Gardeners and Myatt) Fannies
Our large stock, complete iumortment. and the ac
knowledged reliability of our stuff, leads us to con
fidently guarantee satisfaction .to our. customers.
Constantly on hand and for 'sale at the lowest tt%r
ket prices. ' .
FIELD AND LAWN SEEDS. •
• - POTATOES.
GOODRICH. 'HARMON, lIIICKEYE, WHITE
SPROUTS and CUZCO.
FLOWERING PLANTS AND DUDS.
AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL
01, 43% 703 72
ALL BOOKS relating to the FARM, GARDEN
or GREEN ' HOUSEat publishers , printed prloeß.
I Oar Ne* Deseriiitive Seed Cataloate
Gives tall descriptions of NEN, RARE and MOST
DESIRABLE varieties .of -,YES AND
FLOWERS:MAIN, 811111.131 and GETABL
Fuzz Inst E ructions
for sowing, planting-and .after management—prices
In packages or by weight, by man or otherwise, and
much other valuable' information. Sent, to all an
plicatits enclosing 10 ,cents. , • ' -
$ 1 , 4 39,793:751
Nurseryman, &edema and Florist,
.187 IMIERTi 81%, perioußim.‘
..gil*..,,aert, of `112.70X13 FRUIT FARM and NlTiti
MIKE GREAT _
L AGE. ,
- The. "Queen" :Tr i um phant ,
THE fitrallf 44 'THE WASH TUB.
HUT IT. , TILT IT. •
FOR GENERA:, WASRINGe PURPOSES 1! I`s
PRONOUNCED ON PRECEDENZED, chesperthatt
soap—eleasesmoro -thorenghly,teosts lees molter
savea more time and labor and is sold by all Grocers.
One trial will d erzionStrate'lts superiority and secure
it'a lientplace fa the affection or the , carte /1 " 5(6.
bold. Nantaisttsrett ny the
~.H Iit h I 4.I V V,PACTURINO CO..
ND ' no INOWSTBEET. Pittabarab.
. 9 -
immix tail L!0111 6 .
VICIROIEt Alp IiAGNOLIA'.IIargaTINGStAND•
13;515 585 OA
TRIMMINGS AND Nomorqs.
iv - Ew STORE , : NEW STORE! "
ROSENBAUM, STEIMIANT & Os
T 6 Market Street, PiitsbriTgb, Pa
The undersigned respectfolly.inform the public
that they have received their entirely new stock of
goods, consisting of .-
Millinery and Straw Goods,
Embroideries, White IDeds,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Corsets and Skirts,
hich they lthcite the attention of. purchasers
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ne of our firm giving his entire attention to the
pu chasing of goods at the Eastern Markets, and
'ha lug had long experience and all the facilities for
prOcuring goods at the very lowest prices, we are
enabled to offer great Inducements.
Constantly receiving New Goods from the New.
York and Philadelphia auctions.
A share of public patronage is respectfully soli
RbSENBAUI, STUMM & CO
No. 76 MARKET STREET
GRAND OPENIN G
Barred and Striped Nainsook;
Soft Finish Cambric.
ALSO, A LARGE LOT OF
SOILED WHITE GOODS,
Which we are selling nfa great sacrifice
GOOD IRISH LINENS at 37 cents. SOILED KID
GLOVES at 50 Cents. SYSTEME ALEXAN-
DBE KIDS tor $l. GENUINE .ALi3C-
ANDRE RIDS for $1.85. Orr,
assortment of HOSIERY
cannot be beat. HOOP SKIRTS
at 75 cents. The new and beautiful
SENSATION . TIE, just received. 200.d0z.
FRENCH CORSETS Just reedited. complete
line of MAGENTA, LITCBETIA and IELVIRA
CORSETS.' Also, a line of MISSES' CORSETS
RISTORI FRINGES, all col Ors. BULLION FRIN.-
GES, all colors. BUGLE TRIMMINGS, 'a floe as-j
The Largest Assortment of
TRW AND MILLINERY' GOODS,
To be Found in the City.
Wholesale Rooms up Stairs.
STOCK PURE AND
Wlll And their requirements fully met
61A! DEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
IMPLEINENTB AND TOOLS.
PRICES or THE ~,,,,
VARIOWS KINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
A ZARD POWDER COMPANY,
Electric Nos. 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 grain, In Square
Canlsters,l lb. each '
Americsua sporting, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb.
Duck Shooting, Nos. 1,2, 3 and 4 grain, in
Oval Cahisters of lb. each
Indian Rifle, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each.. .
Kentucky Effie, In Oval Canisters of ilk each
Kentuckyßlfile. in Oval Canisters of Is' lb. each
(25 one lb. Oval Canisters in a case.)
(50 half lb. do. do. do.)
Fancy Goods, &c.,
Kentucky Rifle, FFFCi, FG, and "Sea Shoot-
in" ro, in kegs, 25 lbs -
KM, FM], FFG, and “Sea Shoot
Kentucky Rifle, e FFFG, FFG, and "Sea Shoot
ing" PG. In kegs,' 6illbs
Deer Powder, in - lregs, lbs
Mining and Shlppina. Powder, Mining r, FF,
FFF 'Blasting,,grain ,in kegs. lbs.. 4...
Safety Fuse for of superior quality,
in packages of 50 feet and over
Delivered free of expense on board of Boat or
Railroad, In Pittsburgh or Allegheny.
F OR FRAGRANT 7A21 1
I CHOICE COFFEE,
pure !Spices !
No. 20 Fifth Street.
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
J, B, HMIS' SAFETY FIRE JACKET,
Car Heater and. Moderator ,
For SNORE AND TIOT AIR FLUES, dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Fires in or about the
Passenger or Baggage Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the heal to any temperature that may be
desired without the possibility of firing the car or
cars to which the Jack
he United States et may' be attached.
Having obtained of t Letters ent fa ae ckeh wrrated Pat
the m o ost S n f ens Ja eat tw a i c may - b a ad n lied Writ isn
the position and purpose for 'which it is intended.
It is a sure protection from . accidents by fire °Mgt
natin&frcutt defective flues, or where iron pipes are
used as conductors for smoke or heat. It Is appll
plicableto all piping that , may..become overheated.
and is warranted to give Perfect satisfaction where.
wood or other combustible material may be 'placed
in close proximity thereto. I am now ready to ap
ply my invention to stores, dwellings, facterles,
ships, steambouts, railroad cars, &c., wherever
pipes as conductors are made dangerous by being
overheated and security desised. .Iwill Fell, on ap
plication. rights to manufacture or to use the above
invention: also, territorial rights, to such as may
wish toe ngageln selling priv:leges, either by State
J. B. RABBIS.
46rOtitee at the "NE PLITS ULTRA PAINT
WORKS."-corner of Morris street and the Alleghe
ny Valley Railroad, Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh, Ea,
TREATS DISEASES IN Ali, ITS FORMS.
Office, No. 293 Liberty Street.
NA- PRIVATE ESTRANCE ON GARRISON
W. C. FELD,
GLUE, ctritzED HAJR ;
lannerV *raps Ceroons, Cattle Tails
BONES, NEAPS FOOT !I OIL • &C.
Office and Warehouse, No. ISIV.SMITHFLELD
STREET, nearly oppoaltnthe Post office. • -
O GLASS 11 1.ANUFACTUREIIS.-
' The undersigned Lauing secured the sole Agen
cy or the sale of the celebrated I.'
' COPLEY POT' CLAY.
Are now propared to furnish it• in any quantity_ to
those whiling to procure this superior article. Dui
sucheen years. uscott, we have arrived
_proportions as we beileyemakes it a better
article for a ver: than
standin the market, wirtaving
secured anme of EIGHT and TEN
ttosrus. We WM furnish recelpes for the propor
tion of the mixture at this Clay to 'persons purchas
li . T
ghe °Lyay tt ground andmoulded :n lumps for
VIENNOT & GENERAL
a NEATPAPERi_CORRESPONDING - AND
AAAAADDDDDVERUSINGAOENTS,: . ;
183 Nassau- Street, -New York.
(Establlibed in 1882.) . •
- REFERENCES—Mr. B. D. Ilelmbold, Druggist;
504Broodwav, New York; - Messrs. 8. Vonduser
& lin Greenwich street, New York; Messrs.
Hall &'Buckel, 208 Greenwich street, New 'York;
litessrs..o. Bruce, Sod .& Co., Type Founders, 13
Chambers et.,N. Y.; Messrs. (Hagar & C0., - Type
Founders, 38 Gold et ., 11. Y. te=:l7B:rwP
Near Plttpburgh Grain Elevator
llisnefacturer of CORN IifRAL, RYE FLOUR and
CHOPPED FEED. 'Orden delivered in either city
free or charge. Graln of all kinds. Chopped, and
Corn shelled, on short =like._
yirE WILL KEEP ON HAND
and make to order all kinds of
wing and plain :WAGONS, CARTS,
DRAYS - WHEELBARROWS, ..
. . - TRUCKS; 'LOCUST HUBS.,
. .A.nd TURNED SPOKES,
rr HAY RAKES and FORKS,
At DITQATESSE WAGON WORKS, near. the Pent.
teacart, Allegheny City.
jeanAl edLEitArr, ronszsTra'seo.
ve -Hirpe - mere.
•,,, Amatias WRITE LIME )
sa Wa e rreci equal to iturtu ' iUstrte l t, in store and
lot armatlor-ceather and GUM,
Btina: also. Own Bream Packing; ciaip;
Fete, At., tbe best • quell sad at 'arrest prices,
'sad' erstriuded as:4lva scan; -.also. Lace
Lestltr, 44004 &O. ( 1111/11, on 44inikaad:lar Baia,
Wk4ellitle Mitt rertaPl .
1.'26 and AS etc Clair Street.
maxtrFacTt - RED TilE
ARTHUR KIRIt; Agent,
Office, 172 and 174 FEDERAL STREET,
THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY.
D Er ' II.III G GLi efit !
Washington Street, Pittsburgh,
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WRITE LIDA') AND clox,()I1E1,
ALLOFTiIIEI I II4I , fiI7FACTURES
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PITTSBUR. H WHITE LEAD
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I i N'CLUDING
STRICTLY P URE WHITE LEAD,
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VercitteiNGren. L" 1
Vers4illes Green, , !,
And every variety cilleolors, dry anvg - ronnd in Oil,
for sale by-
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HARRIS Az EWING
Corner of Liberky and Wayne Streets, I
• PITT€4II:7IIGI-1". I
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OONICILKER &11011, '
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White Leaditt. d Color i
MAN ACTLMEIIS OF i
WHITE AND : RED _IIEAD; i
ZINC, PUTTY, BLUE LEAD;
Me OY'S VERDITER GREEN, , 1
And all colors; dry ox' n oil.
OFFICE, No. ffri FOI7IITII STREET. 1
Factory, Nos. 456 452 , ' 454 , 450' and 45811
Rebecca Street, and 49, 51 and 53 Lacock Street, li
I' YIN'S PATENT
• FRENCH (TRACKERS
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!And every variety of i
S. S. p!CLRITZff.
91 Liberty! Street, Pittsburgh. 1 .
TRY THEM. ( Inh24
" pISTABLISRE.III IN 1840.
Steam Craekeral d Biscuit Factol7',i
. 317 LIBERTY ET, PITTECBIIIII3H.
Manufacturer and dealC In all kinds of
CONWM,C4 12 .10NER3r,
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FOREIGN AND. DOMESTIC FRUITS. NUTS. &c,
PIA.NOS, COI.GANS, &C.
irlir THE BE . T AND CHEAP
EST PIANO AN9 ORGAN.
Se!nomacker's(Add Medal 'Piano,
, ND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN, !,
Tlte SCHO3IACKER -lANCi combines' all the: ,,
late t valuable improvev ents known in the con—
stru tion of a first class Instrument, and has always.:
been awarded the itiglidst premium wherever ex.
hibited. Its tone is . full, sonorous and sweet. The:
workmiutship, for urability and beauty, surpass.
all others: Prices from $5O to $l5O, (according to.;
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-caned;
first class Plano. ''!,i
. ESTEY'S CONTMIE ORGAN
- Stands at the head of all,reed instruments, in pro-. 1
clueing the most perfect 'J/Ipe quality of tone of an y !
similar instrument in the; United States. It is Billl
ple and compaet In construction, and not liable to
get out of order. . - .1
CARPENTER'S PA*NT " VOX HUMANA.
TREMOLO" is only tstAbe found in this Organ.
Price from $lOO to 1.550. All guaranteed for five
KNAidE nialtz, "
N 0.451 ST. CLAIR STREET. 1
SECOND AKIN ! 4
WIA:IITONS ' IAND ORGAN%
In perfect order, from $354 to $l3O.
41 LOTTE BLIEUE,
tnhr2 42 Firtlt it. 2d door abovelWood
-pISSOLVTIONTIIF.. FIRM OF I
ATWELL, LEE & r 0: was dissolved on the
st of February, 1888, by mutual consent. Either
partner may sign the namb of the firth In settlement.
-(°-.? JOHN ATWELL
• A CHARLES ATW EL L.
• - '" A. J. LEE.
The undersigned ' will cohtinue the WHOLESALE I
GROCERY BUSINESS, Mader the name and style of
ATWELL & LEE, at the'bid place, No. 131 Second
street. A continuance of the
_patronage of their i
friends and the public 1.8 rqspectnilly soltrited.
ii CHARLES ATWELL. 1
. . . . LEE.
prrrimunnn, March 5( . 1868.
INSOLIITION r4OF CO-PART
azramirr rcraiNEE E
Has this day withdrawn fr in the firm of:WILL/AM
E. SCHMERTZ & CO.
IWII. E. SCHMERTZ,
.. , ;(3. FOLLANSBEE
A. kAmtsEßEft 4
- Pittsburgh, Apr 13, 16; apentft g
• capita', - -,.
.- '5125,000. , ..g
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SECRETARY—T: lA. WRIGHT. ,
- SormtisTammtXT--EDW. DAVISON. I
- , DIEUCCAMEI: ,-1 i
Edward Davlsdn, . rtL. D.
John Mellon, r,, E. D. Dithrldge,
Geo. W. Dlthrldae, lIM. L. Malone,
s. R. Johnston.
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. LUMBER TARD , -Cornek of BUTLER A.IID AL-
LEG lIEKY STREETS, Math Ward. ' 4
OFFICE AT FORT PIT'iI„,,§3LASS WORKS, Wash- 1
ngton Street .:._ - , - - , i
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JOHN R. & A...R[OI,OOCH,
Nurserymen, Floriits and Seadmen.
Usti 9roat-11.5t SMITIVIELD STREET; oppo
site Poet Office, Pittsburgbi Pa.
Greenhouses at Oskiand 3 Nurseries on Squirrel
Hill. 'tl rati9
F. R. HIPTCRINSON R. J. PE
HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS,
GRAINERS ANI GLAZIERS,
NO. Penn& -Ayte:llele, Pittsburh.
An orders by mall prompcli, Rtientle44o.. - •
VITILLLtag a. D ICK,
GAAPENTER AID EXIILDAR,
No. as. PENNSYLVANIA , AVENUE. phipositss
Ain street, Pittsburgh, IN. Rothltnee, No: LSE
Grant street. .33 , z •
Jobbing dono with' heatnOss and dispatCh All
ordrit te sprwmpur attended to, a
utv stittsiar t war.
ruhd . , ouhkeE:st-swir
Lk.l , .- 1-- :400 boxes Gold
- • 50 Fite
For - sale by ' B.
men ch eebo .
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ANn ELT) a sow
'JAI/ r!res •treed