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Desert Xing! the lonely mountain tiuttnesslatby lair.
.from whose baSe the bandy level stretchesvride and
Dreary mlm, which torrid skies oppress with sultry
4 /twit In wild and solitary grandeur reigned there.
AU tae. d&y asleep fu roc cavernk cavern out of sight,
lifh the fevered desertburns with sunlight scorch-
the cruel mirage smiles and crumbles into
"Thon t roh Walt, as 'weary earth Is waiting, for the
night. . r .
'When below the Circling low horizon , / eery rini
Ginks ki the sun, Gal. volts lds blazing hatinerlufter
.And In cloudless amber skies the planets seem to
'Then thd es ertt lies befere.thest, purpleJost =dam.
"Thersupon thy lofty mountain rampart-tiontdort he,
Alasdarg from thebeetling crest of rock-uralldiesd and
Facittg. that slow -dying-glow of twilightlit the aky s _
'With its red reflection gleaming sttliertfrOMthy eye.
Couldheart, one only read ,
the wild, fierce stirring et thy .
Xnosr: thee in thine untamed nature, savage and
Guess what hints of life on plains beyond thee (may
With _Stamm of something wanting; saddening what
thou'art;— " • •
reel thy . mighty exultations, instincts, joy or pain ,
Or divine what be those subtle mos legs o7,th e
goorn v farn will scarce admit aretliinutin
All thy strange brute life an unread Milken must
Look ont fearless from thy mountain fastaosa I not
for thee -
Liveth any past to 'vex theewith regretting bitterly,
Loometh anyltiture with its spectres dread to see;
And thy desert realm is gladness to thy spirit strong
, and free.. . May ••lioure at Rome:"
—Montreal has floating baths.
—Tostem sailed on Friday for Europe.
—Peacocks are popular as parlor pets.
Mandariri Burlingame is 48 years old.
—Tad and Mrs. Lincoln are going to Eu-
—New York is over-run with ex-Gov
—Pitching pennies is against the law in
-- . -.Anstralian gold coins are legal-tender in
— . ,-New Orleans has an amateur Italian Op
7 -Lager beer is exported from this coun
-tryltO Germany.. •
--Fanny Fern is one hundred years old,
—Kirby Smith is goin• e to start a military
school in Kentucky.
—Quebec has imported some house•spar
rows. from England.
—The cherry and apple crops in Connce
tif said to be failures. -
-General Grant and Admiral Farragut,
each have a•son at West Point.
_ =Cot W. T. Prosser is the 'Republican
nominee for Congress in Nashville.
=A new village in New Jersey just six
months old has been named Norwood.
There are more wild cats in Connecti
cut, now than there were thirty years ago.
—Schneider and Mrs. Reward Paul are
"both playing the Grand DuChesain London.
Toucey has founded four $3OO
scholarships in Trinity College, Hartford.
=Lord Dundresry Sothein has been the
- recipient of a diamond ring from the Welsh
Tein . ce. • • •
—The races this year have paid the stock
"holders of the Jerome Park a handsome
- —79 new serials have already been started
Ibis year in London, but only 7 of them ex
—Braddon, the queen of the blonde-mur
deress-blood-and-thunde,r novelists, is coin
ing to America
—About 08,4300 worth of horses were re
cently sold at Alexander's Woodburn stud
farm in Kentucky.
—lt seems that Gen. Cary, of Ohio, thinks
that the New York nominations will be
Johnson and Cary.
—The rebel General lost $500,000
•by the war. He also lost what little repu
tation he ever had.
--Ole Bull is said - to be going to China,
- probably to realize the old. saying 'about a
Bull in .a China shop.
—A small worm that eats grasshoppers
'has made its appearance in Utah and the
saints there are jubilant.
It is sold that the . Peace Dale Mills in
"Rhode Island have never been completely
stopped for twelve years.
—The Emperor of China, who is four
leen years old, is to" be married to a young '
celestial beauty aged eleven. •
-:-The statistics of theWbnbledon ghost
ing Match for several years sbow that gray
eye ‘ d men make the best 'theta. •
-,There is said to be a secret rebel society
in Meriden, Bus., called . "The Knights of
'the Cross of St. Wilkes Booth." •
—A Cincinnati paper says "the Pemile
torreacort will stop to take a drink at Pitts
-lath*: on the way to New York. ll
4-Vilite alpaca umbrellas lined with
screen are v ery fashionable with Parisian
swells as a protection from the sun.
—Ezra Cornell, the founder of the Cor
melt University, has been made a Doctor of
laws by the University of New York.
—Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, has written an
extremely 'pleasant and readable • book of
travels called' "From the Oak to the Olive."
—queen Victoria says that _theSpirit of
-he dear departed' Prince. Albert appears to
Iter^oll his birth day every year at BaliziorA:
• -4-TOAligitdrom *Way station
.dos as` a roof footr:%aike.q ;In exient;• It is
ZUW OII4 (0 be gal larva roorinthe =world:,
—Father lOatifigigpreachinghis hetro::
legit ,nor v i , ltoipsn, Anglican ; noz~re-
• ' •
--McCool =and Coburn" got, up a little
light in gaol the other 'Clay, bat 'the powerii
that be out thereinterfered and stopped
Charles Lever tilts his ultra tory; old :
wild, led:century notions inbao
of his PPi n _ elias ' "e*lkPiPere,lit th e bit.,
New Port is to have 'Constant Ifajret
ibis' limit Judgiikg from Bois Of: !lie
specimens this year s iwe *kid .prefer a
_Constantanner. . •
.--The Democrats 'think Thad St e v ens
1 ,11 4; 16 2 ..39/ 11 4, 2 :*lo7lLpflYffe of gimp i n n .
-Age orthlkAtilliinia n- : 6ll6l "diits
th ifette ab 6 1441
t 401111,000-4 41 # 111 1
of his letters. It has the advantage of " oe ..
ing the first in the field.
—The Marquis of Hastinge t set; as tl kay ."
at least in part, retrievedhis",ortuires. -After
his ig 6o a f°rtune at tbf:s reenei . raceshe
gave $2,000 to Charities, _
—Gunge FranciU tram is •ia'. raptures
with Lady Rtumell. Geo. F. T: is an ar
rant snob at heart, end praisee- Ladi , "This-
sell because she noticed him once,
—ln spite of the efforts of the brunettes
to change -The fitsbion, European authorities
have decided that yellow hair is to be the
faal/ 1 9 11 - 59049 alun and, antann,
—Napoleonls : ping t,o boratcti t \h,oridle
of his family / 1n August next4to te6present
at the celebration of the anniversary of the
annexation of that histofic , island to France.
—The Chicago filitirpsioters' Society,
numbering one hundred and men, well
armed with telescopic rifles, left that town
for New ; York city. They are delegates to
—The! white men of Nashville, Tenn.,
are to have a grand processioa on the Fourth
of July, and the Declaration, of Independ-,
ence is to be read. The< colored people are
going to have a barbecue.
—Wes M. B. Edwards, the novelist, is
said to be the authoress of those excessively
falae and hateful "girl of the period" arti
cles in the Saturday Beeieto; which are Mak
ing so much fuss in England.:
—As Englishman, living near Florence,
has his study walled and floored with zinc
and sued with water,' In which he writes
and reads in the dog r days, his desk and
books being placed just above high water
A new , rifle has appeared in Paris which
so far surpasses the needle gun and the
Ch.sasepat that those useful weapons may
be looked upon as playiid out. The new
ride, is called the Ravageur, and can be
fired forty times a minute.
—Some Italians are very sentimental.
Victor Emanuel recently received the heart
of a Venetian patriot who died, fighting for
his country: it was "beautifully dried" and
bearei this inscription, " Sire, this heart,
too, desired you for its king."
—A New Haven paper states that four
regular physicians in Connecticut, all
brothers, possess an infallible remedy for
hydrophobia, but will not divulge the secret
If this be true, we agree with the journal
that they deserve the severest reprobation.
—The average, number of deaths from ac
cidents in mines in Britain has, for the last
ten years, been a thousand a year, about one
fifth of watch are from pxplosion. Three
thousand nine hundred persons have during
that period been killed by the falling in of
horseback and roofs.
—A Portland, Me., piper tells of a - gen
tleman in that city who, • going out of his
house, stumbled over a dog in the entry and
fell, breaking his nose, and who then, in
trying to kick the dog kicked over the hat
stand, putting his ankle out of joint, and
disabling himself for three months.
—Lady Adelaide Talbot was married to
Earl Brownlow recently by the side of her
father's death bed. The father, the Earl of
Shrewsbury, was the victor in thti great
Shrewsbury case, which was a prominent
event of the past decade. Lord Ingestre,
the new Earl, is said to be almost anything
—The (Topeka (Kansas). Record says :
"We heard lately of a curious freak of na
ture. Seven pounds of rusty bacon, fur
nished to the Indians, s*elled to twelve
hundred pounds by the time the vouchers
were made up for the Government to pay
for it. Again, six head of Texas steers for
the Indians, costs2,9oo to the Government.
Strange things sometimes happen.
—Twenty years ago a Rhinoceros was
brought to this country, and he died. Since
then none of his species have emigrated
thither until last month; when :a young one
was landed in New York, he not be
full grown for twenty years, blithe already
weighe 3,000 pounds and eats three bushels
of grain, 'and three hundred pounds of hay
every day, besides drinking twenty buckets
—The body of tke unfortunate young Kid
of Napoleon I. is buried at ShOnbruitn.
Recently, it is said, that France asked for
the body of Napoleon H. to' bury it besides
the remains of hls august father in the mug
nificent tomb at the Invalides; The'reply
'was :characteristic of the Hapsburg pride.
"The body of the Due de Reichstadt you
may have when you ask it as such; the body
of Napoleon IL we haye not, nor do we
llndmention of such potentate:in the Akita
nac de Gotha!" ,
—The wardrobe of the Princess Metter
nich,lt is said, consists of 119 dresses of
silk, each of 119 pieces, and trimmed with
1,900 yards of trimmings ; 16 0 morning
gowns of ' various materials, adorned with
one million of buttons ;, 61 walking dresses
and, cloaks, 'ornamented with one ton of
bugles ; 51 shawls of various Ores and col
ors ; 152 petticoats, in variety;; 275 other
under garments ; 165. pairs of stockings;
156 Oahe of 'gloves df every known color;
49 Pairs Of 'boots and aides ; 71 mires and
belts ; 64 brooches; in variety, 72 pairs of
etar-rings;:in ' variety ;11 fails °; 24 patuadln ;
t 1 umbrella, &c.... ~ . , , '• '
• The HariisburgiGueoy - 1 26th says
the , sw e e vA has appcmeLl'in large quantities
, . .
in many of the wheat fields of PermsYlva.
nia4.cinsed by the, continued wet weather
which we hkve - uhad this season: the
Lebanon yrdley l - the Pumberland and the
country traversed bY the Pennsylvania and
Northern Central 'Railroads we have yery
discouraging accounts `of ' the- Ta!agee of
destructive,insect. A A farmer ; , In the
Cumberland Yell ey,, ilYing'opar GreenteStle,
,reports the presence ,of, weevils; Jil l large; .
quantities.- Wheat 'taken from , ids .owir
' , fields is entirely eaten up:by the ravenous'
attack of countless weevils. He examined=
'Otherlields of his own lily :well, as those of
bigigeighbpie_ , and be found ' those `dest'ne.;
ti v e , ,iim;go JO the same n ruhipaa.ebo444o
eVerywitm!.„ Ateosserts:that is all his Aix,
perience., se, Agirlaiithe MATT knew the
wea n, to t o , f iagiii aaatda Ude- season, .• • To
iiy,th e Jew* ;tip ennatertof Bore regret that
A mop *kith has promised' oofatoriblyrhair
far, should thus be distreied' tight' on: +iliii
Are of harvest; imd ifirtenc9oY , 49Pe that
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iliL i nt - ACTED
civaiea 'MADE WI RN ARTWICIAL
• Tziere ARE. OROIL DERED.
A ruLL BET F sE s
AT Dit. scoPrs.
SITS PENN ISTREET 311 DOOR ABOVE. RAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. OALL AND KZ
NS ISFECtIKENS OF GENUINE VoLOAN
ITV.. • inAtd&T
- GAS' FErriniliZ z a. ,
GA 4 MMUIpI
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FOB OAS AND OIL,
Just received the finest luxd largest. Issortment
ever owned In Ibis eitv.
WELDON & KELLY
141 WOOD STREET, COB. VIRGIN Assam.
CEMENT, SOAP STONE, &C.
- SOAP STONE.
PLASTER,' CHIMNEY TOPS.
HENRY H. COLLEY'S,
25 Wood street.
FOR THE 4TH OF JULY,
J. IIL =CM= CO'S,
No. 62 St. Clair Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE ST. CLAIR HOTEL. •
WHITE SWISS MUSLIMS;
WHITE NAINSOOK MIISLINS;
WHITE MOLL EltrtsLlNS: -
WRITE JACONET HUSLINS;
LAWNS AND ORGANDIES;
WH1.143 P. I'S, from Aft mats up;
COLORED P• K's, for 75 cents, worth $1.12;
GRENADINES, for 25tents worth 40c; .
BLACK HEIMAN DlES;,___ •
LACE SHAWLS AND MANTILLAts•
SHETLAND SHAWLS; .
GREY GOODS, for Sults;
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS;
THE BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
AItIPUTIINOT, SILANNON & CO.,
No. 116 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
•w - ucommeutor...m
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST EASTERN PRICES.
NEW ALP4CCAS. --
ror No. 168 Wylie Street.
" ( Late Wilsocklaiwrir_Co..)
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 04 WOOD EMMET.
Ttd--41 door above Dlamondiney,
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C.
DLII " THE BEST AND CHEAP.
17 EST PIANO AND ORGAN. •
Schomacker's Gold Nodal Plano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOMACKEP. PIANO combines all the
latest valuable improvements known in the cot.
structlon of s first class Outrun:mot, and bits always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
bibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship, for durability and beauty, serious
all others: Prices from $5O to $l5O, (accordinKl2
style and finish,) cheaper than all other so-caned
first clue Foe. • •
TEY'S CtrETArtr, ORGAN
at e bead of all reed instruments, in pro.
&ming the moot:perfect pip_e quality of tone of any
similar instrument In the Malted Mateo. It IN sim
gle and Compact in construction, and not liable to
et Otit of order. --
CARPENTNR'SPATICNT ," VOX HUMANA
THEM,OLO ,I is only to be found in this Organ.
Pate num $lOO to $550 . . All guaranteed for eve
BABB, KNASE 'METTLER )
mhp . • • No. MIST. OLAIR STREET;
NIFIA)DEONS AND ORGANS,
In perfect order, from $35 to $l3O.
udit2 431 Fifth et., 2d door shore Wood.
ti; fetyjej i *A
HE GREAT. ARIEHICAL'ILCOH
441,)BEWINOTI-A g an irE,'
rie 1111111010 INIVAI4 , ••t•: '!
*Entet 'Tni BEST 'I MO' :
• MACHINE. IN THE jr/SIALD, _AND IN
,TRlalbArzy Tuap cruchrzarr.
SP/rAgetNi wanted to selUthlCEseldnel. i ; •
. pu b.
• J ew els7 8• • 4 '
yaity Cake 001bittoner.9 .
7AZI, ANA, .mml l = • •
• 9,GN Ir/W1T13./ NUM% ,
No. 40 , coma' Iratlaral irmi'liolitnicm streets, Vie.'
• thullY..• re- CoutiarailT on• ha/11W= CHXA•ms ‘ lt
iii' • I ` ,
I Coiffittonarr and Battery
ire. *OO IMILTEMBID - f
- . Itetween atm* sa,a maw.
'LAD ': 4114 BAtAXl2l.l4tiealeti.
1 4: 1 *.t a ltreithat
11.2 111 4 01baraifireet.
4: , 11.),t - t) a 'tun ,19 So t I. tsitz%
. :1. i Zil t aub.w./. ,tu at.E,lski4U
MO roKir, JUNE 29, 1868.
CARPETS AND OIL,CMTHS.
White, Red, Charked, Striped and Fancy
rr rr I N - 3-
IN,', l'll VA-111:°73r•
Oil Cloths, Window 'Shades. &c.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
kandactumrs' recent advanqe in
prices, we will continue to offer the
Largest stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Carpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this sea
ion. Just received, aft* pieces of
a new and 'exquisite patterns
, No. 23 Fifth Street
PALITAX I M I XISI
A very superior qVaLity of
IN BRIGHTEST COtORS.•
Prices the Lowest in this Market.
51 FIFTH STREET. above Wood.
ENGLISH VELVET CMET,
The Lowest Prices Reached this Season
SUPERFINE INGRAIN CAPRPETS
DOWN TO $l.lO AND $1.15 PER T/RD.
McFAILLANP & COMB
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Street.
• CARPET BEATING
Which TEN li - EAR.6 9 TRIAL In New York and oth
.er Eastern cities has proved a complete success. .
YIS ; Ort r ANTAGEN;
Ist.-lading and 131stinkase are eouipletely
3 allt: i llged g I lgr a gt s git i laChe tb e
the , Rar&t. looks nearly as good new ; • same the
instural lading trom,wear t' , • ' • '
Etli+Wben.pOrre_ otly - cman, a; Carpet works'
.logovosaln, sr deslrMe matter as • mere' pohkt
eoonasonte Say noillinlyallloat. '.• ~ • ` 1 ' •
Nci 170' LitieifitY Street'
Or sidres.ed" to P P.O Sox 478, will reielye prompt
JOUR 11.. BAILEY 84114194.
STOCK AND . 'REAL ' ESTATE' BROKERS
.i:•• , ,,i;,,, ,-,::,.
• ' , i *Pp. :04 , M401410/40. ; !.- ~, ~ ~,,,- ,
Ai e iltiiitiArditiOil l 4l T 4ElTOOttittlii,
sod 411:108 m .. n alo 0.8 8 1 saykr.LwaTATz, ,
IfOg ... ay - oftestrria va t o r d : YeteWfoib lotho
7rteal "Ma s # 4 o#4
i' . No.
HAVE JUST CEIVED THE
himusT AND BEST STYLES OF
Tapestry and Body Brussels,
WHICH THEY ABE SELLING AT
MPL,II ESTATE AGIIII7M3.
! io.i I I
• • •.1.4 t • ; •1.1
'!;,•:,:}"P.1C);M:44%5.41111514151'.+ • ", • Er
7- A ttl-0 0 2 0i1it 'j " 211.7 :4 -
M=A I LL I Ugg i L I UII
NEW GOODS. '
BEVY sTOCW, THEGltleti:
Lanz , PIIE plum cuiirrXtrms,
With Military traan, in Dra" , Po* and
A fall line criteria', German and Englisb.
In Silk Linen and Paint Leaf. A fall line of White
In 1111.n4ois and shakos,
riprGED, BEADED, LINED AND PLAIN.
A FULL LINE OF HOOF SKIRTS.
•AL•o some ten stiles DROP SKIRTS:
OCRSKTS—A complete variety, in white arid col
ored. for Ladle. and Mines.
Nainsook, Velvetßibbons Paper Collars,
Irish Linen, „ I
Rid Gloves, - ' Paper (has,
Lawn, ' Silk ' Gloves. Striped Shirts,
Swiss, • Lisle Gloves, ~ Rmbolderies., .
Cambric, Cotton Gitives, • Ribbons, etc.
Also, THE NEit. SARATOGA - COLLAR.
All these 'goods are to be had • at. the LOWEBN
DIALCICUM . 41ViiIDE & CO
. . .. . . .
18 and 80 Market Street.
jel3: . . ' .
AT JOSEPH BORNE & COOS,
DAILY ARRIVAL OF
HAMBURG EDGINGS AND FLOIINC12708;
HAMBIING INBERTINGS• ' •
SWISS .EDGINGS.AND Issnaugus;
LACE C A CDES,•COIFFEUES AND r.emAsor.,
LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
. I:IOSEERIE. , ,
SUPER STOUT AND SUPER FINE COTTON . .
AND HOSE - ' I'
LADIES' AND. MISSES' HOSE, in Lace, Lisle.
Silk and Cotton, or twat English and Derr
DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at very low rates,. _
ALEXANDRE'S DUCHESS KID GLOVES, a
new line just , received.
A hill assyrtenent of BULLION AND SILK
BEAD FRINGES AND TRIDIssiNGEtt
GIMP HEADINGS:_ • -
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SATINS:.
PARASOLS Aria SUN UMBRELLAS.
STRAW 'O4 - 200135. - •
At greatly reduced rates
New style HATS—Ladles' and Mims.
CRAPES,IKALINES, DOTTED NETTS;
MILLINERY LACES, •
BONNET SILKS, FRAMES, •
BIINDOWNS AND • SHAKE * HOODS,
Wholesale and' Retail.
CALL AND E.X.A.MINE.
71 and 1 79 Market Street.
PERFECT 'FITTING . ,
"A. C. 'C." . -""H. S. K.".
We invite attention to our
KID _ GLOVE DEPARTMENT,
Which is now complete with every color and shade. .
In addition to our own special importation of the
Celebrated A. C. C. (Jonirin) KIDS,
We have secured the exclusive sale of the
"Sarris Seamless 32E1ds,"
The best Glove and most perfect AL
MOW= & OMALISLE,
spll -19111"111 STREET. .
MACRIIItt & .CARLISLE . • ,
19 Fifth. Street, •
New offer the most elegant line of . • .
Zver opened in Pittsburgh, to whleh timy especially
invite the attention of their • customers. The de.
ast r ar i o r tarld s ttl , l r new saisti r inf, p iAd c Abent
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
19 IFlPrit STREET,
Have jut opecied ell atitoileo of
BULLION. AND RISTORI FRINGES.
BUGLE GIMPS . AAD .FRINGES;
At yery lavr prices. • • • • '
.... ,, ,, , ,neeedNiNnornnni , Wr.r.rioven.PeavioNAriereovvvenree
For tide CIIICAP' AS THE blatArpaT, st
N 0.107 Market Sireet,nearritth.
'JOS. R. HUGHES 8c• BRO;
" 100 - WOOD; STIISEST,
DU,. GLUE, Asp',
• • •
PattlAN STATIMIYEEi g
And other MARLS ANTI SANOT
:•1 1 5. 0 .9%C r. 114 l afieq• ,
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FOR SALE--RFRAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE. : „,
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0 ACRES Off' WHITE, PINE AND NEB'.
LUCK TIMBER LAID, situated on Black Lick
Creek, Buffington townstdp;lndians county, Pa.,'
9 mileefronri , Dnevah Statioa, an the Pennsylvania
Central Railroad. and about 60 acres of cleared
land, under good fencing. 011 the premises are
erected one Grist. Mill. with IS run of burn and 9
run of stones. all complete slid in good running or
der. One Saw Mill, in complete order. cutting- .
3,000 feet per day. . .
One dwelling' house, ,two stories high. with Lai '
rooms, 40x491 feet.
One _ 2
dwelling, 98:9:26 40 feet. 9 2
ne " 1 "
One " 18x20 " 4 " • ' ,
One " lfilx.l6 •• 2 " • ,
One " 24:26 " 5
One Stable. 90.'24 feet, 16 feet high; Blackaaltb
Shop and other. outbuildings. This land: it ender
laid with stone coal and iron ore, and it lute plenty •
of never-failing springs or,wpter, . bealdee Ike me ,
running' through the entire premises, and will ber ' l ,
sold cheap ang on easy tertit5.te11 , 6 00 4 12 4 13 .1'44. 4 es
little menet. . „ , ._. .
10 LOTh-ON BEDNORWAVENTIE. each lot sew.
by 100 feet, 'tiliWiticii is erected fbur tweeter, '
frame dwelling houses, of 6 rooms and We each;
These late em lace si full square of g ronntl,:froage," !
lag 200 feet on Bedford avenue, and bounded ai m s 'I
each end by a wide ,street, with an,ll3feet alley i g
the rear... , ..tin the premises is a pump Or lasting
• egcellent water, and the surface of the lots is level
and needs neither filling norigrading to prepare them
for building purposes, and being in a secttonrif the.
city where -property is increasing Very. rapidly jai
value, maYe them desirable for an investment: espe
cially as the present houses rent for enough to pay
a good interest on the sum asked, for the whole
ProPeref... Call soon.On the minderslinedand seente : •
a cheap, safe and paying investment.
Also, A FARM' OF 160 ACRES of good: land,.
situated in East Wheattleld township. Littlish,' Co;, ' .
Pa., 00 acres of which is cleared land, in good mil
tiv ation,Xo acres being in excellent meadow. The.
Improvements are a two-story frame dwelling house
of * rooms, a frame bank barn, 36x60 - feey,,' .ritth -
stabling underneath, and other outbuildings, all la
1 good repair. It c h urc h es,d neighborhood. eonve
nient toschools, stores. &c.. and' will be
sold very low for cash or anurcved securities.
Also, a RIVER BOTTOM FARM of 70 acres, 10.
miles from the city, in Elizabeth township, Alle- •
gheny county, Ps., on the Youghiogheny river, one--
half mile from Rhea's Station, on the Connellstiller ,
railroad; near thOrcbes. schools, stores, itc,_, lathe-,
flourishing villages of Boston and Green oak. The-
improyements are a two-story brick' house Of apt
rooms, hall and cellar, a good frame bank barn.=
stabling underneath, and - other outbuildlngatit '
of good . 'gentling water at the door, and ;leveret
standing springs of water on the farm, and Its Or-
chard of 700 trees of selected fruits of apples, cner! ,,, -
lies, pears, peaches; quinces and "grapes. Thisprop
erty - being located near the line of 'the 'railroad,-
within one hour's ride of the city, makes It very de-
Arable for gardening or s dairy farm; It is also' a.
good and beautiful location for country. homes near
the eity, , ling fmniedtately on the river, on the op.: '
posite sid e. trogrtho railroad.- The • West Newtons,
Accommodation and - other trains on the railroad af-- - .
ford certain; and :frequent opportunities of daily
• commintioation to and hum' tbe city. Will be veld;
as a,,whole or la lots of one acre or more, to suit pup,.
Also, A FARM OF 173 ACRES, situated - in St...'
Clair township, Westmoreland county. Pa:„; near
the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad - at IlosStons
Station.- The mprovements are a two-story frame=
house, with six rooms and good cels framebans.
barn 40 by 60 feet, and other out buildings.. There,
is on the place a young, apple and
120 acres cleared land, divided tote fields of conte ,
nient size, a large portion of ,whichre well eet la,
clover and. timo th y; the residue of sai d .tract eov-
erect with good timber. It is - well w tend and im-
derlaid whit' coal and limestone, and is - convenient
to churches, schools; stares, m ills - an blacksmith.
shops. Areal good bargain. is offer* in this eicel•
t h at
lent farm; and with it will be sold al the personal
. property on, the premises, :muds of: horses,.
cows. stock cattle,hogs and poultry, ess„
wagon, plows, naming Implements th e
houtt e la
and kitthenTurnitute. ' Together 'Will be Amid _
low and on easy terms, to a reepensible purehager. ,_ . r,
Also, a desirable an very y - fertile Tract of Land ul7 -
158 ACRES AND 26 PERCHES . in ' Ellzebeth TV..
Alleghenyeounty; Pa..,•on the line of the Hemptieldr
railroad. and one and one-half miles from ..the on..
nellaville railroad at Suter's Station. On thilt farm, ,
are - 40 acres of superior' white oak timber, - which
alone le now,worth one-half the ' price asked for. the* .
whole, tract. - The improvements are a log house
frame barn, good tearing; and an apple 01'41=1 or
good fruit. it is well a atered and underlaid with
limestone and flag stone of a superior quality; with.
stone coal for the use of the farm. . . , .
Also, ' The beat FARM:in ' Fairfield ' towniblir, ,
Westmoreland county, Pa.; of Sl5O ACRES.: about,
six miles south of the Pennsylvania Central-Rag.
road at Bolivar Station. ' The improvements are two.
large hewed log dwellings; one of the largest'and.
best -frame barns in- . the township; two apple or.,
chards, in good bearing condition; corn crib, wagon- .
shed and other 'outbuildings The whole farm is: '
under a high state of cultivation; fencing all infiTlW
rate order abou t the land of the best quality of lime-,
stone soli; 2OO ames - of which is cleared andt
the residue of the tract in good timber, such. as ,
white oak., rock oak, hickorr, !walnut and: hatch..
This property will be sold very cheap and, on Room
terms, as the owner wishes to engage in other Mad
ness. For particulars enquire of ' ' - '.- • ~
•G,H. TOWEII. lea Fourth Stieet.
2,000,000 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SATE,
Union Pacific Btailroacl
Lying along thellne of their road. at
And on s CREDIT OE EWE TEARS.
Or CHAS. IL.LAMLBORN, Seey,
The Lease, Furniture and Fixtures of a •
. , .
• HO T E L,
Situate on one of the principal streets of the city;
has a large, permanent and transient custom. The
house contains 30 ' bed-rooms, exclusive of dining
room, kitchen, °aloe, &c.' ' all furnished. - Lease him
2 years and %months to run; rent. .1,800 per.an
num. Thebarroom. stable and cellar rents for
SS, 440 - pet- year. This is a rare opportunity for
any person to step lute an established - bedecks. Sat
isfactory reasons given. for selling. -,•• • 1
1 , 6 r pride and terms, apply to or address.
• ..csorr 4r. leittuirs,.
Eitati AgEnts, 1130 North St. ,
FOR BALE.' •
4 FARR:OP - NINETY ACRESi' •
Well ininraricif and` delightfh ll r situated, on the
Yough l,',river, two miles aboTl3MCKeeSpOrtc ,The
Vonnellevllle Railroad passes over It. and the Ac- .
Trains stop'` a Station'elose to' the
dwelling it wise Fare on.annual ticket only, 14-elo
per day. and ee holder can travel on, every train
'without additional charge. ' rthedule time bne hour
frout the city: The farm •be told cheap (Wen
chanted forr - Improved OILY Proiterty..: inquired'
In BEAT VARIETY.
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$l,OO TO $4,00 PER ACRE,
For farther partteelars, imps, &a., address
JOSH P. DEIVEANITX,
Broken and Real Estate Agents,
No. 66 Smithfield. Street.
riBEAPEST BUILDING LOTS in
1L) bEABHET ard those offered for sale in the
th r iving vills.ge of Allentowu, adjoining ,the-Birm.•
Ingham line, -and only fifteen minutes' walk front
the end of the Monongahela bridge. This town IS
growing ranui ly. *lime S7o,ooowaa malted for lots
sold last season, and over fifty_ neat dwellings were.
erected during the season. .A 8 epeeist inducement
to, nrechanies, we are wUltnlC tO , close the balance of '
the lots at the low price of from 11400 to $350 each,
and,ottterms - earderAhan,paying •terri, .We, are on.
the premises eve r y 'aittirtmott Troia 3' td To`Clockl'
Qr. apply at our office, corner of Fourth and BMWs..
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ciOintratu tl ittifilliENtla, .: Volk'
4LE'11)11: susrcr,- , A. linth rift-atm' doubts '
oil" etnethinteg'llikother, theltidthe deubleleee.., .-
lot, with , sthiequothtlee,, and. all the , thollern hien .
ithweme t s; ; .1 , 44341,„0f gteund; Allied with We.. ,
thistles. De eiti. &el - Situated 'near Ithierrethe, sh
e termination of the Wylie street Passenger ears.
hie 4 One ot the thottleo,tneettheatthits thAnegheny, ,
minty,' and in ' a staid - ilelghborhoott, . 'Awry; at
W. A. 111EILIt9Nli Real Estate , Oftleet liv - . l Grael;
'Oxen, -, ,-)' , - • - .. to r; ..:i t S;1
FvcrbOß SALE A. TO:,LET.--Iltralses
and Lots for sale M ip all t itrts of the city and an.
s..'Also,- , severall & 8 , hi fgotia Walken&
Also, a small WOOLEN ItACTORy,-with $lO acres
of land, and good imtworements, which I will sell
clean and on reasonable-terms. - Business Hones
`to let on good streets. -Private Dwelling Houses for
rent in - Yor : Ilirther tAliVars inquire.
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