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Ctt litt,sbur,d Ctayttt.
WITHOUT AND WITHIN.
My coachman, in the moonlight there,
Looks through the std•-light of the door;
I boar him with hls brethren swear,
As I could do—but only more
Flattening his nose against the pane, - ,
He envies me my hrtlllant lot:
Breathes on his aching
fists In vsln,
—And',looms me to a place more kot.
lie sees me in to tripper go,
A silken wonder by niy slde,
Bare arms. bare shoulders, and a row
Of !Soon cos, for the aoor too' wide
He thinks how happy /6 my RUM
th Its irkite-gtores and jewiled load
And wishes me some dreadful wrin,
Hearin the mer y corks explode..
McNowlin° I life curse the bore _
Of liuntinkatlllta e same old coon,
And envy him. oittside the door,
In golden-inlets of the mom.
The .zintrr wind is not so cold;'
A► th bright smile he sees me win,
Nal* the host's oldest wine to old
As our p .ur gabltic sour and thin.
-lenvr him the engvvrd Prance
By which his freezing feet he warms,
And drag my italy s chains. and dance
The gailey-slav of dreary forms.
.0, could be have my share °flip,
As 1 hls.‘iulet: past a tionbt
, Tiroahl still he one man bored within,
And Just anoth sr bored without.
—The Czar is litypped.
-Franklin Pierce is again ill.
—Wehli is playing at Liverpool.
—There are 210 hotels in New Hampshire.
—Garroters are again numerous in Boston.
Small pox is raging in the slums of New
—There are 008 letter carriers. in New
York city.- . • "
- —§aratoga, next summer, will have an
• —A. very large acorn crop is reported in
—California dis.approTes J. B. Browne's
surveys and reports.
—Montreal had sixty more fires in 1868
than she had in 1867.
—One hundred and thirty-one thousand
paupers are in London. ,
— . Kansas had no .earthquake, but then she
has had some red snow.
—Easton, Ct., has a bale and hearty pau
per who is 112 years old.
--Tostee's fall did hot break her back
and she is now well again.
—The Appletons have issued a paper
backed edition of Dante's works..
—The price of hack fare in New York
was doubled on New Year's day.
—ltaly has about twenty monuments' al
ready projected in honor of Rossini.
—Spiritualists are digging for the Reno
treasure, directed by their familiars.
—The Soup kitchens are doing an active
business in the charity line in Montreal.
—Some Madison avenue snobs have fur
nisheltheir houses with gilded furniture.
—A fire at Bennington, Vt.; on Saturday
week, destroyed the house of General Ethan (
—Bavaria is to have a universal exhibi
tion of Fine Arts some time this year in
, —Thirty, thousand men are said to be em
ployed on the Sunday railroad trains in this
.—Rosa Bonheur earns $16,000 a year.
She is now painting a group of dogs . for
the Czar. , -
—One Pariseditor has fought silty duels.
It is exactly in , that line of editorial duty
that he excels. •
—ln Richmond, on Christmas'eye, a sky
rocket took off one leg froth a man who soon
-- £lfterwaril died. '
—Victor Hugo now writes for the Paris
Moniteur which - being no longer official has
—The Pereire Brothers are said to be
worth about $16,000,000 which their cred
itors can't touch.
Swedish composer has written anew
opera - which is highly spoken of. It is called
lljitimiar and Ingeborge.
— Saarairtento.• Springs are likely to be
come a place or resort for the fa.shionables
and invalids of the:Pacitic slOpe.
—General Cble thinks his insanity was
neither,herreditary nor chronic, and does
not expet, it to tiottble him again.
—A troupe of Hibernian minstrels is
about to try its fortnnes in lieWarli, - where,
negro minstrels have become a drug.
—Brigham Young's paper, the Deseret
Nais, compliments the Sorosis and pro
leeks to believe it ,is akin to Mormonlem.
—A pattper in England was recently-sen
tenced to twenty.one days' ; hard ; labor for.
making faces in church and thus causing .
=Madame Meyerbeer is collecting, with
intention to publish, all the letters written to
his friends by her late husband, the re
—A church tower near Cologne was re
cently blown down during service. Many
persons were buried under the ruins, and - 16
dead bodies have been taken out. _ -
—Canrobert has written a reply 'to the
criticism of the historian Ringlake on some
events in the , Crimean war; but Napoleon
has requested him not to publish It.
—The Americans in Dresden had alplea
sant Thanksgiving dinner and a jolly time.
Quite a number of Amprican ladies in that
pleasant capital graced the occasion with
their presence. , '
.--.The editors of the London . Teltgiaph
mint be ignorant creatures, they began ari
article tbe other day by stating that "they
never knew What the Americium. meant by
calling a man a festive cuss."
—lf Mitchell be not guilty of murder,as
the jury has found him, his is the strongest
and most convincing case:of circumsitmtial
evidence we have ever known,which proved
to have pointed out
s the wrong man,
—The French Government would like, to
see - the Duke of Genoa on the Spanish
throne. Spain and the;Spaniards are the
only obstacles in the way of the thorough
accomplishment of this wish of the French.
—Sir Richird Mayne was, not liked much
in London, and even Ids post-mortem no
tices are not fulsome. Yet he seems to have
been an excellent officer and to have done
what . he thought to have been his duty
—The King of Bavaria has taken upon
himself the protection of the German lan
guage in Bavaria, and . has' commanded that
all his ambasmulors shall write their dis
patches in that language; instead of French,
—A citizen of Illinois has found a hick
ory nut imbedded in solid sandstone rock,
sixteen feet below the surface, supposed to
have been secreted there by one of those
miraculously prisoned toads that occasion
ally appear in such places.
—Arkansas is a nice place to live in. ,A
dispatch from an Arkansas town says, "the
militia are fortifying the town against an
apprehended attack from the people --out
side," and "the proniinent citizens of the
town are confined in jail."
Russian noble was recently convicted
of cheating in a horse trade, and was sen
tenced therefor to be deprived of his nobili
ty, raik, pensions and decorations, and to
be fined and imprisoned besides. Ameri
can h'brse•jockeps would think that rather
—Every high literary authority, in Eng
land has spoken in unqualified terms of
praise of the refreshing poems' of William
Morris, but the National Review, of. New
York, takes the other ( tack and convinces
its readers of the ridiculous pretensions of
—Twenty thousand copies of Miss Anna
Dickinsdn's "What Answer" have been
sold. Even its heartiest admirers can hardly
desire more for it than this, which must, in
deed, be a soothing I:ialta for the wounds
Caused by the numerous unpleasant criti
cisms on that fiction.
—At a recent trial of a revenue case in
New York, skillful experts swore that some
specimens, of foreign brandy which were
submitted to them were not only genuine,
but were worth $1.2 a gallon in gold, when
it was afterwards proven that they were
manufactured in Brooklyn; and were not
brandy at all.
—Tennyson recently visited Paris, where
he was received by a Committee of the As
sociation of French Authors. On the even
ing of the second day after his arrival the
Authors' Association ga've a soiree in his
honor, at which Paul Feval read his new
translation of "Enoch Arden," and Louis
hatisbonne, the translatoi of Longfellow's
poems, presented a golden laurel wreath to
—The late Archbishop of Canterbury once
went to Somerset House to execute.. a deed.
"What name?" said the cockney cleric.
"Longley;" answered the prelate. "Go to
—" (a - ,place unmentionable to ears po
lite,) rejoined the clerk; and some explana
tion was necessary before it became evi
dent that the official had merely aspirated
the designating letter of the department, (ar
-ranged alphabetically,) to which he wished
to direct Dr. Longley.
—The Philadelphia Bulletin on the
change in the executive department. of the
city, thus explbdes
"Mayor McMichael out-did General Grant
in his valedictory to day. He simply re
marked to the new Mayor, in choice French:
The style in which the two Mayors
greeted each other to-day could not be
properly called "two boss-style," could it?
The new city government is simply
beastly. The Mayor is a Fox, his clerk is
a Wolff, the Sheppard is looking after his
fleeces, and every deputy sheriff is a•lym in
wait for an appointment."
Whit to the • , Eive Points , ' of Philadelphia.
The newly elected Mayor, the Hon.
Daniel M. Fox, in company with several
wealthy and influential citizens, ?visited
SpatiOrd, Baker, Bedford streets, Dougher
ty's Court, and ollierlike localities, for the
purpose of ascertaining the condition of the
residents in those places, so as to invite an
interest in a proposed mode, hereafter to be
indicated, for the. removal and relief of those
who a fi re suffering from cold and hunger.
The visitors went into damp cellars, with
floors, in which lilack and white, drunk
and sOber, congregated, having no means
of warming the place except by small fur
naces in corners of the apartments. Here,
as well as in - upper rooms, men, women and
children were without proper clothing to
keep them warm or to hide their nakedness.
Some of them 'seemed to feel their condi
tion' and exhibit evidences of shame by hid
ing their facefi in their hands or old tattered
shawls. Mr. Fox found one girl of about
sixteen years of age residing in a shed in
the back yard of one of the most dilapi
dated buildings, no windows were to be seen
in the shed, and the only light admitted was
through a small hole in one of the, planks.
In nearly all of the houses old rags and
boards take the place of window glass.
Xunierous policy shopS are to be found
hi this - locality, where women and men
pawn their shoes and clothing to obtain a
few pennies to buy a,policy, these, with the
low groggeries, keep i most of theinhabitants
Ina state of poverty and wretchedness not
easily imagined. ROOlllB in cellars without
floors rent from fifteen cents a night to $3,50
per week, and so numerous are the tenents
in some of the miserable edifice& that they
yield from to $5OO a year rent. Front
thepharacter of the gentlemen making this
visit, and the interest manifested by them,
it is to bp hoped that sorne plan will be
adopted to make a salutary`change in the
Prince Albert's Tomb.
On December 14th, the seventh anniver
sary of 'the death of Prince Albert, the
Queen and her family joined in a solemn
service, which was performed in the mauso
leum erected in, the gardens at the rear of
Frogmore House, near Windsor Castle.
The sarcophagus in which the coffin of
Prince Albert is laid, is hewn out of a solid
block of dark gray Scotch granite, with a
..cavity sufficient for two coffins. Upon the
ponderous lid, which fits closely to the lower
part of thesareopliaos, and upon the half
exactly over the coffin, lies the recumbent
figure of the deceased Prince wrapped in
royal robes and with his head supported by
a cushion. This Work' of art was executed
by Baron Matochetti.- Four large bronze
angels with clasped hafids and outstretched
wings relieve the otherwise simple appear
ance of the sarcophagus, and upon the side
of the tomb,- near the Prince's coffin, in
carved and gilt,letters, As this inscription:
"Francis Albert Augustus Charles Etrunan
net, Duke of Saxony and Prince, of Saxe-
Coburg and Gotha, Prince Consort; second
son of Ernest I, reigning Duke of Saxe-
Coburgand Gotha. Born at Rosenau, near
Coburg, August 28, 1810. Married Febru
ary 16; 1840, to Victoria, Queen of Great
Britain and Ireland._ Died at „Windsor,
December 14, 1861. Themausoletnfi is now
nearly complete, with the exception of the
decorations. The walls and the floors are
of colored marbles; bas-reliefs of scriptural ,
subjects and a painting otthe "Restfrrec
tion ' adorn the walls, and funeral nrus are
placed in the passage way round the octagon
chapel, While for lighting.' purposes cot
chandeliers are suspended from the root.
Pr7SBURGIT GAZETTE i -TUES DAY: - JANUAR Y 5, 1
. Wri^ELOITZ PAIN
NO CHARGE MADE WHEN ARTIFICLISir
TEETH ARE ORDERED.
A puTa. SET FOB Olk
• AT DR. SCOTT'S. .
wrs PENN - STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE HAND.
ALT WORK WARILANTED. CALL AND-EX.
AMINE SPECIMENS OF GENUINE YIT,LCAN.
W ELDON - 14 KELLY,
'Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Laws, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, cARBox AND LUBRICATING OMB,
No. - 3.47 Wood Street.
se9wirf Between Bth and 6th Avenues.
PT OS ; ORGANS, &C.
B uY T ( P EST AND CHEAP.
„UT PIANO AND OBEiAN,
1 , _
Sohoinacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND E TEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN..
The SOH ktACKIER PIANO combines all the
latest vain le improvements known in the con.
strnction of • Inn class instrument. and has always
been award d the highest premium wherever ex
htblted. It tone a full, sonorous and sweet. Th e
workmanshi . fo durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from $5O to 6150. (according to
style and ilnish,) Cheaper than all other so-palled
Brat class Piano.' •
IOPPET'S COTTAGE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed instruments. In pro.
diming the most perfect pipequality of tone of any
similar Instrument in the United States. lila elm.
pie and compact In Construction, and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUA
TREMOLO" Is only to be fa _:nd In this Urger.
Price from $lOO to $550. All guaranteed for live
BARR, RNARE & BUETTLER,
No. 12 ST. CLAIR STREET.
PIANOS AND ORGANS—An en
tire new sto-k of
RNARE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS:
HAINES BROS., PIANOS:
PRINCE. lc CO'S ORGANS AND MELODEON'S
and TREAT, LINSLEY & CO'S ORGANS AND
des 43 Filth avenue. Sole Agent.
Ppeeßun; Practical Cook,
estfully nianottncee to the public that he'ertl
On Saturday and Monday Next,
Open to the public the
FOR OENTLY.3IEN ONLY
It will be his earnest endeavor ( to farntsh his pa
trons at all times with the:most palatable viands
which the market or the season affords. The
.LIQUORS,- WINES of various dates, ALE, BEER,
etc , will be their Own recommenca , lon.
Orders for line Cooking for Weddings, and °lbex
Festivals, will, as heretofore, be promptly and
cheaply attended to, requesting patrona l ge.
CREAM CANDIES AND TAFFIES,
And dealer In all kinds of PRINTS, NUTS, PICK
LES, SAUCES. JELLIES, &c., ac.
11 7 1CnitRAL ST.. Allegheny
(tate Cutter with W. Hespethelde.)
No. 53 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
NEW FAL!.., GOODS. .
A ablenAld new trtoet of
Jtut received by
sel4: Merchant Tailor, 73 Sinithilehl street
MBE GREAT AMERICAN COM.
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAS lip EQUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE 10 , ..;ALD, AND
TItINSICALLY TBE CHEAPEST.
/Fir Agents wanted to sell thie Msetane.
CELAiii. C. 33.11.1ACT..r.Y.
Agent (o r Western pennsvivanl64
Corner FIFTH H MARECET STREETS, over
Richardson , s Jewelry Stare. net
For Halls, Parlors atuliC7iambers,
NOW OPENING, AT
101 Market St., wear• Fifth Ave.,
IOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
DYER AND SCOURER,
H. J. LANCE,
DYER AND. SCOURER.
rgo. 3 ST. STREET
And Nos. 136 and 187 Third Street,
COAL AND COKE.
CoALt COAL!! COAL!!! ,
• H.ving remoied,thetrollice
N,o, 607 mairpavr - st
(Lately City Flour gill) SECOND /MOOS.' , •
Are now prepared to tarnish good YOUGITIOGHE.
NY LIIhIP , NUT COAL Ott SLACK, at the lowest
An orders left at 'their omoe, or addressed •to
them throukh the mall. will be attended to nromotor.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
B. 'al VV.: .TE.INT1311•7180/41••
anefaelarers and Dealer/'
"rJbahro, 8 6; atr,
.2 7 : 6 instnratAL we.. ittimmicisY
BARR MOSER, ,
PRIIII,IIOI7BE ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS:Nos.
• and.* BL Clair •Street;TittitotrgN, Pa. SPertal
attention given to the designing and betiding or
COURT HOUSES sad PUBLIC BULLDINEW6
,OEMENT, SOAP STONE, ace.
TRIMMINGS AND NO •
HURT & CARLISLE,
NO. 19 FIFTH AVENUE,
THE NEW_ SKIRT,
"LE PANIER PERFECTION."
“THE FAVORITE." "THE POPULAR," •
"THE RECF.PTIi iN,'
THOMPSON'S TWIN SPRING,
WINDED ZEPHYR," • _
"'GLOVE FITTING,' , ..COESETS AND PAT
THE NEW CORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE." rkhly embroidered; au elegant street
or skating Skir
RICH RIBBONS FOR BOWS, SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
' b Al5l NS, all e.liades and widths.. •
' FLOWEIRS PLUMES HATS AND BoNarg,itig„,
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MaRINO UNDER
The richest and latest novelties In GIMPS,
,FRINGES AND BUTToNs.
We especially direct attention to the great excel
lence or the HARRIS SEAMLESS (Rbuilloui KID
GLOVES" over all others. and for which we are the
Sole Agents. -
A complete line of GENTLF.M EN'S "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS, CLOVES, HALF HOSE,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SELLING AGENTS. FOIL LOCKWOOD'S PAPER
GOODS, antLall other popular snakes.
MICRO I& CIBLISLE,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENUE.
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAY
DENNISON & HECKERT,
NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE,
Hare Just recelred a large and Judiciously assort
Kid Gloves, Handkerchief., Slipp
Patterns, Zephyr Goods, Scarfs
and Gents Furnishing.
Goods, •• •
and Notions generally.
A splendid selection is afforded In special novel*
ilEd which the atteutton.of lady i readers Is )spectally
DENNISON Si, HECKERT,
dcB - NO. 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
pmcEs MARKED DOWN.
BARGAINS H ALMOST EVERITILING.
REACH - F.ll STITCH, all Linen. HANDHER
CHIME,S, 17c, 10e, 22c and upwards.
TATA: 1;1; 4L.EICS:LILII: EN H.A.SDE.ERCHIEFS
Sc, to 50c.
All our HATS at one-half regular prices. (
AA the new lIALIAuItAL ski tits and Bradley's
lateste Ft yl s of RIAU' SKIATS, at the Lowest
Prices In the City.
totIENT 00S' 31E1111:0 VEST-and DRAWERS, 40c
No. 17 Fifth Avenue.
LASS. CHINA. CUTLER
100 wool) STREET.
BOHEMIAN AND CHINA,
DINNER SETS, TEA SETS,
A. large stock Of
SILVER PLATED GOODS
of all deisoriptlona!
Call and examine our goods, and we:feel
satisfied no one need fall to'oe
R. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
AMERICAN BILLIARD TABLE'
AND COMBINATION CUSHION&
l'lndisputably•tbe best in rse. NEW IMPRO
MENTS, Patented Nov. leelib, 1867, and A. l l
inlet, ltOiti. • Everything relating to billiarils of h
best quality and
Ourlowest prices always otifinnd.
,NEW CUE TRUUNI.ER., PotentelMay 5 b
/MON, price 52.00—a great success.
Ulna Crated price lists sent on application. Addr • s
PHELAN & COLLEINDEIIt. ,
03.66,' GI and 69 MOSBY ST., .New York C ty
MECHANICAL ENGINEE .
And, - olltealtor or Patents. • •
(Lads or I'. F. W. & C. Railway.)
Once, No. 111 FEDERAL STREET,
_Room No. la
uplitalts. F. 0. Box SO, ALLEGHENY CITY.
sil descriptions, lieskifned•
BLAST FURNACE and 'ROLLING MILL. DRAW
INGS furnished. Particular attention paid to de.
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents cot!-
Lidentially solicited. iffir An EVENING MIAS% -
MO CLAYS for mechanics every WEDNESDAY
11YDRAIIIA0 'CLIIRT NADI PIPE,
Cheer:met and Neat P/Po In be market. Also. EG.
gs-NDALE HYDRAULIO OrtHENT for sale.
It. B. C. A. BROCIELSTT IWO.
beleei and Manufactory -240 REBECCA 'BT.,
Allegheny. ,r/S• Ordere by mall promptly attended
5,t • • •-•••• • mirs...lm.••• •to
Barred Flan tel,
LA rE GOODS,
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FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY,
TO CLOSE STOCK.
0110 RE F.
87 MARKET STREET.
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
DRY GO 4 ®Ds
J. - E. BURCHFIELD & CO'S.,
NO. 52 ST. CLAIR STREET,
All Wool Grey TivFled Flannel for 37 worth 62c.
Detainee for 20c. worth 95.
Slightly Soiled Blankkets 44,00 worth moo.
Waterproof for $1,23 worth $1,50.
poplins for 37Sc, worth 50.
Kid Gloves for $1,50 worth $2,00.
Paisley Shawls $13,00 worth 520.09. -
Velveteena 2,00 worth $9.75.
Bleached Muslin 193 c. worth 10.
Uunbleachtil Muslin 1231. e. worth 17.
Cheapest and best stock in the city. No. 59 ST.
CLAIR. near Liberty street. de.3
• BLACK SILKS.
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
scoucy, ' ,
16S I No. 168 Wylie Street.
CARR, McCANDLESS & CO.,
(Late Wilson, Carr & Co.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS !N I
Foteign and Domestit Dilv Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET, \
Third door above Diamond alley, -
1 • PlTS'llltu.2
BENJAMIN BINGIBLIt ...... ... CLIMB.
QINGERLY & CLEIS, Successors
kj to GE°. Y. SCIBICHMAN & CO.,
The only Steam Lithographic Establishment West
of the Mountains. Business Cards, Lotter Roads,
Bonds Labels, Circulars, Show Cards, Diplomas,
Portraits Views, ePrtillcates of Deposits e
:tom Canis. ac., ROS, WS and T S Tlitt4 ;street,
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOT
• -- 54•
oIIR REGULAR DFCEMBER ;CLEARAIqt
SALE Isinow - fully inaugurated. - at priers that .1 .
cure BIII.'TEIt BA_ROALNS THAN n;VEIt
FORE( In •
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINCI
Good Carpets fora 25 ceuts a lar
AND 0031 PAN!
No. 23 Fifth street.
We offer our stock at - reduet
prices for a SHORT TIME berm
commencing to take stoc
Now is the time to buy.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO
21 FIFTH. AVENUE.
GRAND CLEARING. SALE OF
N l •pr
UNTIL WE TAKE ;STOCK
DECEMBER, 186 S.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONL.
CARPETS AT RETAIL.
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRIG}
We offer FOE A FEW vt.LEKS
our goods at a large reduction from reg.
lar rates. Onr stock is fall and comple'
in all departments t and we shall sell
best qualities and styles of Carpets at p
ces at which we cannot replace the)*
giving our castormrs an opportunity
obtaining bargains that may never be
fared again. This special sale will ee
tinue only until the time of taking our a
nual inventory of stock at the end of ti
MOARLAND & COLLIk
Nos. 71 and '73 Fifth Avetrae.;
r,; v, '‘`st , ED : ti '''.- , - -PEi'
~ ,?,,,,.., . . ,_ $ 7 4 1 1 1 ;,,,f k Q t. ' :
44111 - ' ' 11 2,,.• . ' ~..,. E '''",
§-': ''. 15i ' -4g):P.' '.'''' r),-;',77,;7..r:: 6--
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ARE SIIPMOR TO ANY OTHEF
OFFERED IN THIS (CITY.
OYSTER, WATER, BLrTTER ; , SUGAR. sop
CREAM, SCOTCH and LEMON BJECU/TS.
For Sale by Every Grocer in the Cif
Bakery, No. 91 Llbetty St.
LUMBERS LUMBERS LUMBEI
Dealer in an Hinds of Linnbel
ON HAND AND FOR SALE
1. 000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards;
150.000 feet 1% and 2 inch Clear Plank;
30,000 feet Dry 1% Dien Common Plank; • ,
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 2 Weil Oak: ;,
25-000 feet Dry 2,2% and 3 Inch Ash,
3,000 feet Dry 2, %Ili, 3 In. Cherry & Map':
30,000 feet Dry 1 13 t , 2 and 3 inch poplar
10,000 feet Dry Poplar *cantling;
250.000 feet Hemlock Joists and *canting;
750,000 No. 1 18-Inch Shingles, sawed:
250.000 No. 116-Inch Shingles, sawed:
40.000 No. 1 16-Inch Shingles, staved; '-
.:0.000 Fire Brick; • ;"
1,000 Fire Tile.
100 Tons Fire Clay; 1
YARDs—No. 88 PREBLE STREET. !Immo - .
Manchester, and 137 REBECCA STREET, op¢¢.
site the Gas Works, Allegheny City. noi:
Machine Stone Works,
Northwest corner of West Common, Allegheny
PREICPIEL ATVATHIR. & CO.
Have on hand or prepate on shoat nosier Beall
and Step Stones, ;Flags for Sidewalks„ Brewed
Vaults, ft. Head and Toxnb Stones, Ste.
Orders promptly exonnto,l. Prines roanonablolri
rnnw•q:Jottatoi a; - - iN I a
Olpi PECK, Ornamental:Bar
HAIR WORKER AND PERFUMER, No jr.
bird street . near Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
Always onon band, a
_general assortment of Ladle WIRS, BANDS, CURS; tiantiemen's WIGS, Tr
'PEES. SCALPS, GUARD CHAIN'S,
de. tfig- A. good Price In cub will be given 17,
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Hair Cutting donel.
the nantaitt rresnnnpW • ' •• ••vh?",r;
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FOR SALE, ~.
FINE SEED WHEAT,
AT 348 LIBERTY ST.
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&c., &c., &c.,