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Written by tbs) , tea of a Fam1131..- - ;
lEnd, caaake c tiO bogs?, of it;but I supPese
'that I am a happy man, from the fact of be
? lug the Posseelteir of a large number of very
keenly-polatedlyeeig ar rsws—barbed, no
toubt; but the tbarba have never yet torn
flesh; winged, toe; doubtless they are, and
iii`Adritot'ir'tiiiie they Will hate; Tani:
pose, their flight; hut though they are !Teri
expensive, and ; quiverfull weighs heavy
back, I hope that the day of flight
winging is far distFt : fit. . I want a governess
for than; a quiet, staid, encyclopeedia of
reference,' who will undertake to -do what
mwife and 'live up as almost en holies
si ty—namely, the answering 'of; all !, clues;
I t s
, 1 ,
ilo , and the•giving of satisfactory - replies
to e various problems propounded , byi a
series of philosophers, male' and ?female , of
*tire of ripeness:varying from two to ten.
_Like Mrs:.; l'ipchin, I grow doubtful
timid,.saspipous, and almost afraid of the
holders of certain little minds of most opin
ionative tendencies; such; for ininance, as
ane.'who comes runningto Me in the hall
while I am diVesting myself of hat alidover
Coat, to overwhelm me with a pieee of in
toimittion which hai been in my possession
some six ' , hohrs,, namely, that there isa
new baby;,, and when I have, exPressed a
proper amount of snrprise, I am posed with
the question, "Where did it comefrom ?"
ise, pa, Mary says , tle doctor
bionghtlt, d nurse says it came from an
der the lag rose tree in the garden, and one
mast belvrong." 4 • 1. ,
'...9tafid: ' sent it, my dear; but little girls
shouldn't 'tali such questions—What's that?
What do you say ? ' , . . 1
,_."I don ' t think God did send it; because if
He had, Ile would not have sent it when my
mamma was too ill to nurse it."
However, it appears -that maid Mary's
version is considered to be correet, and the
doctor; ii watched with curious eyes from
. around corners at his next arrival; while
from the: direction of glances towards his
pockets, I feel morally certain that were that
overcoat takeneffand hung upon_ a peg in
the hell, it ;Would besearched for babies, as
surely ,as Mine often undergoes the same
process for , oranges and bans. Mary's ver
sion is. canvassed, too, largely; and another
small sage thinks how nice it would be to go
andlive at the doctor's since , there would be
no further need for dolls, which get Chipped,
bleed artiedust, and lose their eyes; and there
Would be such lots of babies to play with.
.:,We have:had our little o nes duly chris-
tened, and we have i
them instructed in the 1
matters setforth be learned in the vulgar
tongue;, bu they will , not be content with
learning all zepeating their lessons, relig
ions and see r ular; they will) think, prepara
tory to prounding:some ef the posers al
ready allud to. One young female, aged 1
live. takes a walk with he s mother upon a
hot day in summer, and ;after proceeding
some distant begins te halt. Mamma per
ceives that methmg is , *rong, so stoops,
unfastens the strap' of a little, shoe, • • empties
out some ' dut and sharp grains of stone, re
places theoe, buttons the strap,. and on
ward trips the little fairy again, but not
smilingly; a eis Serious and deep in thought
3x l m
for a few utes, and mamma . nerves her
twirler wlia , site.foresees is coming.
!` Didn't lon say, ma, thati was made of
the dust ef the earth ?" • • .
. " Yes, my. dear." . • -
. r 't Then, I was,"—doubt implied—"lf I
was, do yo think :I ever got into anybody's
shoe?" ,'. 1 ; . • • • - •
- , • Little Tom comes in with flaming cheeks,
red as • if:reflections ;from the fire he had
• ivatchedstill lingered in. the pleasant dim:
pled spota-to patter along the passage, and
liammer,at the door:of the workshop where
I spend my reading and writing houra,—a
region:tabooed to all; edicts: published daily
that no one is to' go near papa's study under
pain .of•_terrible, inflictions, but the edicts
are always forgotten in times of excitement,
as in this case; and Tom hammers away
with hie -, hoop-atick, and his voice sounds
like that of 'a ~ young rook, as lie eneigeti
ugly, at twenty-second intervals, shouts
out, "Pa I"
- As he will not , go away, he is admitted,
boiling, over with the inforstiatien that he
has seen a man ;making a ."great, large—
ever—so big horse." • . , . .
."But men dOn't make horses, my boy,"
I say, as I perch the little form upon my
knee, and the little legsbegin to swing vig
oronsly :about. , ••"Don't'. put, your. hoop-
Stick in, the ink i" ..; •
'But they:do, pa, toz I saw one while :I
` was out, and Mary; stopped and let me;' and
he'd got a hammer :And nails, and one leg
bi hialap, and, I saw him keep on krocking
till , he'd finished and put ;it down,: and the
horse walked away; and will lon buy me a
big horso- r one ever so big, pal"
Then, again, "Totty should always:put
her, hands behind her, when she is saying
lessOius," , says mamma, andthe little, sticky,
Met forgers go behind the small back., •
"Now,; Totty,": mamma goes on to say,
"who waathe•first man 're", . . , -
"Adam," .says Tony; ~ , '
- , ‘"Very. good: girl," says., mamma; "and
mowo who , wad. he first woman r* ,-, .
"Mrs. Adams" says, Totty, after. a min
ute's reflectioni.but mamma does not seem
.satisfied - with the mew reading, and Totty is,
act right upon the point. ' It was this young
lady. who , after a nother year's instruction
M. Scriptural knoWledge, was one day
. .questionedi concerning the .history of Jo
sePhl.and.replied, that it was the chief but-
Aer ok ;King , Pharaoh who was . in. prison
mat Jacob's. younger son.. , • ,
, 'And now,"-said the querist, "who was
the other.man-inl prison, with Joseph • and
- the,citief butierr .', , ~., , ~- ,
It was evident.that Tottidid not' know;
fOr , one shoulder forced itself out of don
faining.streps,:and then the , other.- Tatty
looked at the floor. and ceiling for informa
tion,-but foiled it not, and the question wait
ioW i'443,,i told you , just now. 'Mho
was ix ,prison with Joseph - and the chief
butter!!! • , i. 1..;;•,. n. : 1,1 -, ~c, , 7 .
1 . . Totty did pot know, but she could invent;
she "would not give up; and her little: fate
gleamed with triumph, as - directly after the
question-wid propounded for the last time,
"Who was in prism' With• Josep h, and the
chief buttert".sha exclaimed!' ' •,'
ivrhe chief footman rr .'• . ' • '' .
i ' I're sorry/to say that Bobby is hot-hohest:
Ile it 4 was , who helped liiinself to `Marty
pespods , swill& bout& eltneli When 4asent
the %Mingroce's and* as - bearing them Off,
`crap' Mary perceived it in time; and insisted
npon his takinerthen'baelt, - ,When the green
,oit Wnirctl:toliall "enough"tO laugh,'!and
't *t Itoy;ivithibit" :apple r Of red 'hue:
Whtelll4ll elipOng Olt of the lingers not
iinougftd ' hold it. ' Bobhy, it IS ' .014
it the' baby- Wir:biliktng :awPY, 116
ciik il iv! We ibitidit hi; 'to devout • thp iieT;
itteitietl,' iiiiikikisiiriebiliiiitglf. I haVA,My",
forebodings about Bobhy,
~''and - 'though though - It
was, no donlit,jtiattkly,' pttptto wet them
'laid ettOletlieili'oni Fe,' 041 W cheOks; and
Orelietid;' . y:etltliiiii' itititi;*kiliiiill bid
to be ii" I*TO ' T:cbtild ' 104
than; and'l'telt inPraltr c,erthin - ihnt ; ;Boli
... tvel*t',* l l 44 ' 0 61 9 * Piik,loo6
, , „ •".
• '" "••
froni my study table, although he sturdily
denied it, and Towed,th l it was Totty,
who wept, and declaredM
was caught in,ple act, Bobby t
, en he
blur been uPW' IF :thail: ll 4 , tOlcupl aid,
wolfing the ailscsugari attdefoodeoplethed
Woe his mother withaViglikirn at Is'
embellishinibis ermeko --- - 44: i - -,,, - s
.!.41f! Bobby, lkibby; - -eyoMstuttoji,;" ei
elahuedmarama;s:iwhat have; yote:-been do-,
'Nursing I" quoth Bob sturdily.
"You naughty—naughty boy," said mam
mai "why; what did you - do with the sugar
"Took'a poon out," said Bobby, gruffly.
grily; "but :what else did.you do ; z ch, sir?"
There was it pans° of a fewilionients, and
else did you do with thespoon i Bobby?" .
"Put him backttgain," , saidßobby.
I am sorry. to have to record- : that, Bobby
was not punished .for , that saccharine theft,
for mamma turned away and laughed, while
when .reprimanded. for her unmaternal be
havior,, and reminded of the boy inthe horn.
• book ; ;who afterwards bit' off his mother's
earlectiuse she hid not corrected hint fer
this theft, ale,' is to say, Bobby's • mother,
not the •thief's, declared that the story' :was
"all stuff," and that the boy—Bobby—look
edso silly and comical she could not help
it. That is how boys are spoiled; and the
longer I live, the more I feel convineed that
mothers should never have a'hand in their
. We have had so many little fresh green
queries—so much. fisted of a piquant flavor
—that one has thrust the other from: mein-
Ory. • One mite wants to know why it 'stint
doll's hair 'never wants cutting; another
stands like a little astronomer, with widely
propping legs, gaiing up into the blue vault
of heaven and when asked at what he is
looking, says he, 'tis wonderful how God
could get up there." Again, another tod
dles into our country, red-bricked kitchen,
whose floor is as great a source of pleasure
to our red-faced kitchen girl as the brilliant..
.Iy-blacked stove over whose lustrous face so
many pounds of plumbago are expended
per annum, while the red-brick floor isCare
fully washed before breakfast every morn
ing, and swept and sprinkled every after-.
noon;—in toddles one of the small philoso
phers, to stare at the spotted floor for some
time, stoop down and touch one of the wet
patches withs finger, ere- the moisture is
absorbed by the sott-brick, and then the by.
standera are with all 'due solemn) , informed,
that the little piece of importance thinks
that "Sarah's titchenyains.'
One last little 'incident; but add: and this
time, Wool() shaft of mine, but of a broth
er fletcher, whose little arrow here display
ed the barb, and made its wound in display
ing something of the selfish element of the
A little sister lay a, dying, and a fter due
preparation, and being told—wisely, or not
—that, bne was about to be taken away,
the little boy was mined into the chamber
to say farewell to the fading blossom, and
gaz.e upon her with curious •eyes. .Then he
said loudly '
"Is ?dilly going away?"
"Yes,'darling;.but hush I don't speak so
"Is 'she going up to heaven?"
"Yes—yes - butdon't speak like.that:"
,"And. will she never come back any
more I" Thi; time in a whisper.
"No, darling, never—never. You must
"Ah . 311.11 y,, Willy," dried the boy loudly
—leaping forward to get to•the bedside—
"tell me where you hid my spade before you
gor --Once a Week., •
Our Flnt lay.
There is little in boyish xperlences so In
delibly put in our memore as the impres
sions from seeing our firs play. 'We know
bow genfallY the essayist Elia bas depicted
all those fresh 'senSation.. Many an auto-'
biographer has dwelt lo -• _ly on the recital.
Had we a dinry of , Shak•speare, wo might
read of his flushed •exu tailor. in Iris first
play at Kenilworth. S Ott recounts with
delight the story of hls liest adquaintance
with the scene. Soothe tells us how rap
turously he doubted the i etuionsness of the
action. 'Leigh Hunt lo aka back upon it,
and exclaims, 'Then' w:. not critical, and
could enjoy." The elde Matthews teds of
the glorious two shilling:' worth of stealthy
disobedience of that first night. Hans A.n
derson, just, from the d lineation of Lear,
fashions bilis joy some ittle puppets; and,
dressing theta in costu • r, reproduces the
while, as he cuts and sews
their dresses, his mother, good soul ! having
destined him to a tailor' stool, rejoices at
Ids .pr . ecorlous snipping I The thqatre 'of
Ludwigibufg opened to .m e rapturou§ Schil
ler, a boy of nine, a vi:*.in of his future
glory:. In the memoi of Ifiland and
Kotzebue, of Henderso • , of. Frederic Rey
nolds and George Frede is Cooke, we have
the same tale of heated j. y and determinate
future.—"ltlantie Month., for July.
. -. . .
English Praise of Ame can Diplomatists.
The nomination of Mr Reverdy Johnson
as Minister to England • . called out from
111 1 / 44
the London . Tele aph ; . highly laudatory
article on the c r a • debility ofAmer
lean diplomat& a d. At admits. that
“Democracy. after all, •as formed.the best
diplomatists," and on the other hand, that
no serious.' man :.would pretend that the
diplomatic, representatives of England are
remarkable for intellectual ability.: Its ad ,
missions are ' justified by reference' to the
names of Irving,. Bancroft. Motley and
Hawthorne, to which It might halm added
those of •three generations of Adernses, of
"Franklin, Jay Tverett, Rives; Clay, Galls
'tfit;' Cass; _
Mtirah and Bigelow, and "of a'
score of pther'Americau - diplomats ofAigh
order_ of ability, who, as the .. Telegraph re
marks, 'ftuive worthily iipbeld in society
the credit of their country, * * and have
taught Europe to, recognise in. tile best typo
ot. the American gentleman . a combination
~earnestuess with ',continental
ease. made special, so to speak, by a sort of
'affectionate alacrity and almost' feminine
gentleness." - '. ' ; ' •
;•Onr • English ceasing are 'really gett3Bl4 -
mere t/iian civil... 4 -N. 7. •Eosning Post. ''
66+. lititunii,L, of Iowa; 'hii.parcloniid
Catharine Mc/ladle, who wag se nt f ro m
Jackson county four years ago - to the State
Penftentiaryfor lifev She, confessed to the
murder of her'hnsbandi and was sentenced
to be hanged; but her sentence was Cfnumn
ted tby Gov.. Storte. 14'.was - afterwards
found that slhi vailentirtily ihnocant of . the
crime, and that 1161;ton:scat the guilty pt•r
sOm.- save 'him from ,thti tho
claimed to bithel.utirdeolls. , . ,
iStz are relinbli informed that overy one
of.the inseetile nuisance of the grasshoppor
hosts has upon one side of; it an exactf , ine ,
ture of a human face.' • Itisnot diScetnable
to ithe naked - eye; but , ' when- looked 'id
through a' microscope: is brouglitont iii clew;
and titild view. The Ticture tkinppOcd'id
be that'ef iheitisage of Brigham Young
tor : it scemtikut , ho ~ a, make an 41;100810n
beheld in.Clareland, Ohio on Wedhesday;
July, 24)th, , the lobject::boteg! te d 'iningere
ileite; , disetee fttlidionditta)r pritiOilfs;` and
amat tb r
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : SATTIRDAI, JULY 4, 18613.
iCkw. , !LIY •
" coxrr „
A ?QLL lliArramonDEßms,„
AT DR- 1300TTS.
A7B PENN•BTREET, 8D DOOR ABOVE BAND•
ALL WOES WARRAITrED. (MIA; AND KX
AKINS REMMERS 07;GENVIIIR VI:TLC**
=E. . . : - • my9allitT,
Mk • IA
FOR OAS AND OIL.
Jest received, the fined and largest sulaient
ever opened in this eitv. -
WELDON 4k - KELLY,
'l4l WOOD iTREET, COIL VIELGIN ALLEY.
CEMENT, SOAP :STONE,
FDRAMIC CEMENT. . _
• 1,A137'1r40 - itudirrY
•, WATER PIM&
BERRY 8. COLLINS,
95 Wood street.
87. MARKET STREET. 87.
GREAT .. ] REDUC T ION
IN PRICES !
TO c - r-osm STOCK. OF
Mt SS GOODS.
87 MARKET STREET.
FOR THE - 4TH OF JULY,
a..x...Bigtqww:* - .cirsi
N 0.52 St. Mtk• Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE:THE' ST. CLAIR MOTEL.
WHITE SWISH MIRILINS; . .
warrE I.4Augsnotc. MEDILLNB:,
WHITE MUHL MUmLINS: .
LAWNSANDN E.T MUSLIMS;
WWI'S V. WS, from IMlce.nts up:
(X>LORED fur 15 cents. worth . 41.1 x;
GRENADINES. for H 5 rents yrorth 40c;
LAOS SHAWLS AND bIANTILLAN .
SHETLAND SHAWL; ' •
•GREY HoODS, tint dultE.; •
" BLACK AND- COLORED SILKS;
THE BEST ASSOURENT IN THE CITY.
No. 22 St. Clair'Street.
• - :NEW tioollll4.
NEW , ALPAC,CAS.
HOSIERY and 'GLOVES.
fair No. 188 Wylie Street...al
C A11 : 14 late W iI N
w D n, l e ' arr & CactsO"
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry
• • -No. 911 WOOD STILEET.
Third door aboye Diamond alley. ' .
Fan' ey Cake Baker it Confectioner •
- tomes re. DomEtrric VBU rrS d znrrs,
NO. 40. corner Federal and Robinson 'veleta, Alle
gheny. liar C011'1,14417 on band. 1L cREAM, of
Ceireitionery , anti 'Bakery
yto, %leo k ß avairizi.x,:trrEarr,
•. , ,
Between ii 43 1 ,11144 finfl,Pberti.
~ h .~.~ ;
EOTIGE BE:I*EN; - -
Candy MinntaCtu rer,
And denies in FOREION lildElp.CAN 1111.7143
P1CK1,123, ' - • .
t goecoad dour from thoirtret. rif!ttottri Bradt.. Ill!
'ghoul City. ,
GLASS, , CIITLE!RYI
gENSW ARE,' ,
'IIOIIEIV.. LASS, •
And 'other STAPLE AND 'FANO"'
GOODti, a great variety. , -,• ,•
rucHAp.p.zoivt rp &, 60
rrußartEim AMERICAN CON.-
-•; -• ". •
. • • .BVIMI rBOLE Olirgitagant
411801i1PrICLT livnge , UST riailtr!T
': 3s49 r i MittintlitgeAS l T l' 414.
ArAgents wanted to sell =awn%
; 7CHASS' ,O .‘ rgumouusErszr,....
f f +' • Axe* Ikreilreiteria
Ble • • TV--- -
'• No. 19 Filth Stieet.
GREATLY - 'EDUCED
AFTER JULY IST:
(LAdlesi.) for t . .... ...
COOTOV, (Re i Art*to.l4) 10:
LINER TIARDIiiRtiii.EIPS, ':.3 for . . ... RS
SID Et,ovita l twarTiteo,)
5100 Egis. SPOOL opT.I.ON„ (pod)
POCKET Bboki3, worth 50c
MEN'S SII ER
5t 3 1
MEN'Sim 14' tallivzis ' '
.All kinds onneta and Hats at Hair Cost
. Kitt OAR '
IN ALL ilmws GOODS
Speel'al latest* Merehitits ifir Peelers.
IMELOEVIVI 4k' CaItLISUI,
I\I'EVF GOODS. " •
BEST STOCK THE CITY.
LADIES' FINE BtraK NADETLETB,„
With Nlllissy 011n101 D . b, „mar_ and Tan.
Al* line of preneb, 4 „mid *ng4.;
N C 7. •
In Pak litoon slid Palm _
FRINGES, SEIVIDTO AND . BIILLION,
In all colons to
.131/4DE.D, /, ED. AND PLANT.
-FULL ,OF HOOP SIGHTS.
Also, some new iityles DROP SKLETS.
CCESETS —A. complete Tariety, 'in white col
erect, itir Ladies and /Moses.
MancOOK, Velvet llibbbas raper Collars;
Irish Linen, • ' Rid Gloves, Paper Gaffs.
Lawn,Silk Gloves. Striped Starts.
Swiss Lisle Gloves, Embolderies,
Cambeke, I Cotton Gloves, " Ifibbons, etc.
Also, THE NEW SARATOGA COLLAR.
ri tt o aea . :pods are to : be had at the I.OWES2i
Micarnit; caallPE Br., CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
SUNK CRACKER BILKERY,
1311 Liberty Street.
Our Crackers are baked on the OVEN EDT
TOM, and are superior to any baked by hot sir or
any other process.• •
sir TUT. THIG3I.-fai .
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• ' . ' 7 '. .7.i - 4 : i . i . 1:: i!•
4c..--.01. •: ? t 1
~ ..I J.•'' ;l./..
. ... 1 .. 2 ...1- 4 „;.. .
.ARE SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHERS
OFFERED, IN THIS CITY. '
WP W AR, ROSTINR: V"Alt CREAM. TRENCH ,
ERS; SCuTCII owl KIL L (*A
For Sale by Every Grocer in the City.
Bakery, No. 81 Liberty St.
PIANOS. ORGANS, &O
RUY THE BEST AND CHEAP'
Eichoniacker's Gold Medal, Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN,
tienobs Ad ass PIANO' tarnish:tee ail the
Latest valuable tmpmvements known In, the con
struction of a drat class' Instrument . - and bast always
been awarded' thejtighesl premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, '<marmot and sweet. The
'wOrkuranship. stbe darabilltybeauty, surpass
all others. Prices from 00 to $l5O . (according to
style and tinish,-) !helper then; vat Other so-et Wed
drat class Piano.
• ILISTEY'S• OOTTMSIC Ottlikie •
Stands et the hoed of:all reed, inatrumerita. in pro:r
anch's the most perfect pipe motility or tone of, any
similar Instrument 1p the United 'Rates:, It is Sint
ple and compact In oonstructton, and.not liable to
set out ol order. , • • •
CAIIPENTER's PATENT " VOX 'HITBIANA
TREMOLO , onty to be faund Ode Organ,
Price from $lOO .t0k1350. Ali guaranteed for Ave
BAR!. pat 4; BUTT ,
MELODEONS ' AND ORDA"
I P eriect order. from 4 1 354) 6130.
. !Ad'esur aLbOTe FOOft
Noingno.: ; t; • .• t
libllerstploet , " has. lisioetatej with' ram In
kuktbeee. dattog from Akirll .1st.,1%811„ Mr.
WALL. Ms Ittou ASA B.' ,
LOUIS ENOLICTIT. The style of the drat tube J,
bk . 'CO the ilia . ve:'
*mom in stating that Ifiey willtontlimb f-' ,
I :•,,,! :n. .r...
hi 618 Wood "levet, where thry Interkitab offer - In"
bnoements tb purchaser," secolvt.to rtoutieM the
llnited titaUNl. - ~ .
t• • - • - J J. ionssspra co.
DYFER.AND , SCOURER,
IT • - J. LANCE,'
DYER ARCI SCOURER:
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No. a T. cX4ArEt sP II32I F 3 T
And P!‘ )16 185 . 234 137 'Phi, fitFoe.4
ARO : 1 77
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9 1 t 1 140 it OP 4:4lo"riliti XUAIIVRatiIw - Pau ,
1 1 0en094. tivAtitt, OA-11. 1 114(4 11 itNICAISI
WOE wawa and roam SIIILDRIGI
14CTW/THOtrANDIN4 THIS ;
nfactitrera' recut advance
Pro% we will continue to offer the
Largestetock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Comae in the city, at
the.loWed Prices =delAlLis.Par
son. Just,received, atm, IIIeCOS of
a new and enquisite patterns of
OLIYBII,III'CLINTOCK & CO.,
iirO• Oa Mail Street
• White, lied, Checked; Striped and Fancy
1I - TT ICC 3 ig,
Oil , Cloths, Window Shades. the.
1210 V ART), ROSE & CO;'
19 FIFTH STREET.
A bailee of 'White
tilmt4 l4 4 lll ! o .
• • Atery fioerior ctia4ty of
- - • .. -
• -Fancy 8 0 1 Ped
•And - Cheek
~ • .
LY Biac k u-FE F .cor.:ms.
.Eirices the Lowest in thfii
McCALLIJ3I • BROS.
• ••M Tuns STREET. Minya Wood.
NOTTING RABI.: - CURTAINS.
Brass ,and Wood , Cornices,
THE FEWEST AHD BEST :PATTERNS,
(Many of wlttch cannot be bad eloevthere,)
AT THE LOWEST ,:PRICES.
111cFA1 LAYD &"COLLINS,
71 and 73 Pirtik street.
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OA.IIPET . I3EATING. .
Which TEN YEARS' TRIAL in New York and oth
er Eastern cities has proved a complete success.
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' ' ITS ADVANTAGES: •
Ist—Fadlng and 13htlekage are z oompletely avoid
ed. , •
§2:: / p l A T e l ig i e g d a 4o a nn . -A d e gi l ,T4s.Or ' their larlde.
the Caff s e c t o l l o g ohtf o i: 3 e4rg r ais gond as new, save the
. 4th-1-Phan perfectly , clean. a Car Pet will wear as
long again, a. desirable matter. as a mere point of
economy, to say nothing of leeks. . ' • ,
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- • ALL ORDERS , LEFT TIM OFFICE,
1170 tiberty !Street"
yr S.ddreiSeito r. O. Box 473, will irecelve'ireirrit
attention. • • - . • =
(A0: - L.' 111cCLINTOCIE, - ; ••
to d. 4:
and best Plppoc+iff tb market Also; ltd.
ElFailiaaanlYDRAIILIC CEMENT for. We: • • • •
A.444 - 41.;.1 1 R9P !KEW
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Allogberiy. air Orders by moll vramptly attended
ILIi:•II.TATIOE4 •,-, •-
P-A•INAV'S R . --
suitkr o mushens.,
ant I for e former e 11 patronage be!
stowed upon me, I assure my *levels land the public
generalAyAlst, Ite: futture.as •is m e pso, win
, Acilt.,aud hum 136 111.: • • q:zerstseis
WoPLIM9Ti I q, , M II,I 4S.;
Neu Pittsburgh Grain Eletrlltke`.l
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Mititaiotitrii• dOltii• MEAL, *mull
CHOPPED FEED. I Onion% .dellaered Whet CUT
pf charge. @rain
i Ached. da'short entire. • •
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gav l e ma .
and Steß - Stonoi • ... t e zt?.., f.lnvt4F,
litatilts, 'O. Head au ant =3 4 •
ICEI ICE! ICEY
*jataFtliB Ice Dealer ,
Otdera sere hate in at Biart
care protein alaentien..f Idiltetan 4 2eitts
and, Jungle:ldr ainnat •
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37; Cor, .141ouly and Iliiiastnieth-Ji
FOR SALE--REAL . ESTATE.
vox' sitr.„.,tr - xsxk
r. -- 50g.AcR7dvor "wgrot 148 r; AND HRH.
WIC etthialat WIND; , situated em Black Lick
Creek. puMniteen felimatdp. Indian% tounty, Pa;,
9 Mlles from Hinevahetaiden, oa WS Pennell's' ant&
'Oentrairlialletad. and Aber 80jaares of cleared
land, ender /good feneteg.. On the premises are
ereeted_blth Gap 11111 with burrs and SI
nin. of Atone* all comilete and intend Tanning or..
-oder 'ere SAW afil4 in eompletsrbrdet. cutting
3,000 feet pet day.
One dwelimai house, two storiesrhlgh. with 1%
rooms. 40x42 feet. • Y
dwelling, 28:f ta40n feet, a rea m&
One " 1 • • or
One " 18.128 •" ' -
18x26 • SI "
- - 214a.26 "
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OnoStable4.2ox2.4 feet. 15 feet Ingb; Bliteksinlth
Shop and other Onlbulldlogg.. 111,1 a, land „Meader
-lai*Vitir income:el 'andiron' are. stall inerietrosli
of never-faillngeprings of water, besides thelek
running titian& thy cadre passages, 5i14411 be
sold cheap ail on easy tests, gslegpaill Ptah a
1110 nbinMs B. AO
f 1.911 feets7aliwbietr leerectlid 18tejtory
rame Girdling houses, of 0 rooms and ball each.
These lots embrace a full square of ground. front;
lug 800 reef oßeilford avengaiag& - /liditnagg on
each end bye wide street, with an 18 feet al/ey In
the rear. On the premises is is pump oi lasting and
excellent water. ;mil the, outface of the , late la level
end peedaheit*tilllitig llOrgraol4 folirePatethent
forbnßAingpn and being t o Xneetteirtifthe
city where property is lueressing very rapidly In
value, make them desirable for au Investment, espey
daily as the. present houses, rent for enough td - par
a good interait on the sum asked for the whole
proPeriy. , Call soottOn the. undersigned and secure
a cheap, safe andpaving investment.
Also, A FARM Cif' .I.6O7AOICES of good land,
situated in East Wheatfleld township. Indiana Co.,
Pa., 90 acres of t which la cleared lin di .fll ifolid (*i
teration; 20 acres being in excellent meadow. The
Improvements are atheystory. frame dwelling tonne
of 4 rooms, a frame .bynk, barn, 36%80 feet, with,
stabling underneath, and' other Outbuildings, illftts
goal repair. It is to a good , neighborhood..eonvey
nientlosellools, churches, stems. &c. :and will he
sold very low for cash or anoreved securities.
Aida a - RIVER BOTTOM PARR of 16 acres, VD
miles from the city, In Elizabeth 'township,
gheny county, Pa., on the Youghiogheny river, One
half mile from Elrod's Station, - oil the Connellaville
railroad; near aturches, schools, etorea.ste,in tha
flourishing villages' ofi3oston and (item Ott. The I
improvements area two-story brick house AA Mu I
rooms, ball and cellar, 'a Rood frame hank bare with
stabling underneath; an -other outbniltilittplt a ssaM
of good 'standing water .ar the, door, and several I
Minding springs ofwater' on the farm. - and - an oty
chardof 7130 tree& of selected frtliteof apples:thee/. I
de re ars t reaches, quinces and grapes. .npronyy
ert "being located near the tine of the rallroad., ,•
wit Monte hour's ride of the city, !bakes it very dew. I
arable fdr• gardening ors dalry•firmt it is also a.
good and'beautiful location, for country homea near, I'
the city, lytngthiniediarely on the river, oil the ots-
Doane aide from tide railroad. The West- Newton
Acoommodation and ether ,trains Mithe ralithed sty
Ora ,certni,n and frequent opportunities of daily
ectnirnurtioution to and frain I
tbe city. Will be sold
as a whole or in iota of one acre or more, to sultpara
C Also; rs FARM 01 11 113 AGUE% Misted bilk. I
Clair township, Westmoreland county, - Pa; ;near
the line of the Pennsylvania flathead at Houston
Station. Improvements are a- two-story frame ,
house, with six rooms and goodoeliar, a framebaux
barn 40 by 60 feet, and other onibuildings. - There
is on the place a 'young apple and peach 'orchard;
120 agree cleared divided into fields of-canyty ,
nient'size, a itirgeoportion of which are we,lr set in
cloverand - timothy;•the. residue of said-treat mak
ered with good timber. . _ ;is well watered and nay
derlaid with Soil and limestone and Is coliveslleelt •
to chistehes; schools,: stores ; - mills end -binekshaltn
shops. A real good bargain , ls , offered in Ode excel, I
lent farm; and with it will be sold all 'the mamma, I
property on the premises, ea:misting of noises;
cows, stoat cattle, hogsandpoultry, harness, geinW
wagon, plows, forming; implemeats aud householg
and kitthen furniture., -Together will Ile sold Yet?
low and oil easy' term,to a responsible purchaser.- /
• Also, a desirable and: Verylertlle Treated , Land '
155 ACRES AND 25 PERCHER ,pa Elizabeth,Ta,
Allegheny, connty, l'a.; en the H
litre, of the empling
railroad. , and one and one-hair 1/11084km:is the Comfy I
nellsyllie railroad at Suter' e: Stollen.; . this fares
are 40 acres , of superior white Oak timber. which
alone le now worth one-half the price asked fat the ,
whole tract. The , Imprcrvoments. are 'a loglainata;
frame barn;ood fetteing,, and an apple orchard o
fruit. tis well w atered and underlaid - with
line..stone and flag atm:Mel a Superior qUality, Wulf
atone coal for:the use of the farm.-•
Also, The best PARS', • Fairfield towbs
Westmoreland county., Pa.; of 250 ACRES.,
six - miles - south of the .Pennsylvanis Central-Mill
road at llolivar illation. "Phu improvements are Also
large - hewed dwelibigsi one of the largest end
best trowel:sires In the township: , two apple' ors
chards, in good bearing condition: corn crib, agcoe,
sled and o th er outbuildings. The whole ferns is
under a high 'state of e untvatton; neneing atlizefiret,
rate order., and the lead of the best quality , ofilloey
stone soll, about AGO aewa of which Is cleared arid
the residue of the tract Iry good. timber, SUCIA au
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut and, heath , . I
This property; will be sold eery cheap and ougOod
forma, as the owner- 'althea to essgagetn other ?mar
ness. Per particulars enquire bf
, • EL 144011WEIL: 164 Fourth Street.
FOR SALE . -• ' •
-, Two gouszs, Aro). LOT; on:Oarrl streets
Allegheny. This property will be sold ow, Ae,
party is about leaving the city , and wisbe to dlepomr
of the prooerty ; before removing.
SAS TWO,DWELL HOUSES TWO
_good FARM, and about' SO O - scree.
timberland. This rprOperty. will.be sold low. Cads
I:2l,soo—balance on time to haft:per.
FARM OE:130 e sold for tweittl
'dollars per acre. Improvement.. emnfortable frame
house and good barn: 50 tires of the land clear )
FARM OF 180 A.C.B.Ett, uear the line of xellroadi
very well 'located for ridding stoCk; improvemento
are good and substantial; 100 acre s , of the laud In
meedow and -
CITY PROPERTY.—WiII sell. a good brick Manse,
containing tive tooms, at Sixteen Hundred 12:Oars,
'end•would rent fur the nindunt years; • •••
A LARGE LOT. ,OF tiltollN,l3, • baying ' river
front.. and very convenient of access. .
TASNERI, convenient to the city, andliatid g 5
well established custom or Meat trade c o nnected
therewith,. a good dwelling Rnd forty acres of land,-
FOUR LOTS in Sharpsbinig : „ near the tailmindl
would makee• good tidal yard. „.• i • 1, , L
HOTEL FOR SALE.—That 'due Hotel property,
„situated at )the Blalrsville Junction,- containing
fourtemi"robras and' the necessarY outbuildings.
with three sores , of. garden end trait treeaf , iValts
well located hotel will be sold low, ea the proprie
tor wishes to retire from In:airless.
.One large -House, for-. Boarding Flocs • "
One new Brick I-ionse, El rooms.
, One new , Briek•House of 4 fawns: '
• One new Brick House of 3 roping.
One 110n.,e ot. 5 rooms , and lot 55, by 140..
One House cf-Troortdrand Ibt 150 by'lso.• *
Two new Brick Houses, .11 rooms exch. i• '
. One XieW.Frame rooms. • , • '
Twd nett Brick houses, 3 rooms each. - -
A One new 'Frame Honse in, Wilkinaborg, , AlSiilli
elx141011:15 and large lot. well snitedior garden.
I acres that can. be divided Into acre lots •
- 5 Lots in Oaklabd.
Power and a In rge Boom aittl , Yard - for rent; m t
good location. Will
• be rented ,r0r•15404 (Or.. lan *
FUR LEASE OR . SALE-3 Lots on Morton street.
Ninth Ward,-.,WANTED-300 0 feet of Flagging 3 to 4 Inched
• TO LOILIvir--$50,000.
ER' SWAB OF X6,000'-AND'XfPWAIID:
P, ILINTHEAUSTATE OFIIOII
No. 91Graut Mi4rittiburgli•
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: The: Leao-Furnitiaie and.:PixtareB of a
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bittale ll3e;•prthelial etreele. Of. th e elly;
hatalarge, ttermenewlitiof - ttausleat tuatora.•
booth COMMIE'S -30 rbod-roonWeateltiblve: of dititroc••
roora r kltoltea.:ollice, do.. all furalehecl:i .Leaaelkaa.
yearit' and 0 alunthsth ran; kent ia.1300. peg an
-11111214". I The: tint: rooiri, stable Trod bellar • crate' fel
-4.40, pvr- year., .This ls a Tare. eraportnnltylfor
spy perpon CO etep into s aneetabliAliclltuplea!,?Sato.
isnwtOryre4olls glren for selling.
••:, tor igloo told tarps apply. orluldress •• • - -
A FARM - AW NINETT'ACRESi'.:
welt ImOoted! 'the
Coaneliaille• Itallr ad" paraea,arer IS. ' and...the g
edieldadattub Tralni:stlrpaVlC stationeldit'to tbir
liadee.. - draredzkananaktlektirdnly 14 ttsl.
per day, and .tte traxel,on f 44yerr-tralsa
arltbont iddttlonal.4heese: lietlettg linty alleawar
framlbealty: be sold cheap or vic 7 i
tpe propkr7.' . , ln
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BfOkeri and'Reat•Zetite algenita '
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Litatencr arri- thoawidiferori fur- sale. lln the
thriving vilitge of Allentown, adjoining thribirin*
Ingham line, ',rind only lifivert . min sea' waili„ from
.the 'eraOr tife's,l6tentiiihtta' t own. i s
goripgiimigity...ttrxr 410411)00 Wardrealtzed for iota
s - ohl lastaeason. antr,r.wee,riftrueal,diveliinga‘weris
fretted aturtugl.llo . o'easti.- gig," apeel4ltpiuc,mapt
ta , lllooblllited, Wer-UtifwfillAttlb , i3klks . titu bars.*Or
tho-lats 41 ./.4it NYA.,o*es4o9)3li4Aoll:to /WV ettrai.,
terma easter than paying , are ,on
the prinuisea eveu afternoon frouritiOlit`eidek:
or &PM/ ntte,artgage.:.ftrier Imd;blhith
leittatreett,s•• t , ' 0.. fiac!.4o
poIUNTICT 0 SESIDEN C El l' ' 'FOR
• i hAl.r. 611,, ktZetk — stiti terse - -ttiiipstuty• dosbli
10 = 1; teglittg f tUran t d111111 - gatliTP.
Driivenanntdi .1 Mee: mf :gionist tltied: - vith•imlitt ,
Knities,bexriee4 ..1e.., IMO. seat, .1411sereville, AS
tee temetreatioli or the Wyl ie greet Tikeemiger, cntil.,
The Woes et•the twills) otettleceliotiti th , Altmitivey•
esimy,...tieb,lti.l melibbortivadV 0 Apply; st.
we d ,- ..IliAliF m*Aitikir . 94R9l, r-li , C1 13 : 11
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F OR SALE Ali, a'a LEl+;:itiailices,
and Lots jcatafAaAnddlaisA4l pf,tike,kity and an'
lithe. Also, seversr — r /Limbs In gess locations.
Mao, a emO,,W4X)LENr 4.IOTORtI ISO seems
oflpt, cud Tit i ltssrevemeine. Ingc li i iii, eon
(Usti niti lin Skate UMW "Beett Mutes
t tgbiAlritoilidnlPS•eetme. trtestithermil Misemise
1ntW0,9;,.4,444ft•...E91N1'M 41, 1 404 '
'AU 119 filSilt street, oppeett4 ' StedriC A
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