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Captain of the western wood;
l'i•uu that apest Robin Rood
Green above thy scarlet hose,
liowthy velvet mantle !wows,
e tree like the a , rayed,
thou gallaGt of the glade!
When the fervid August sun
Scorches all It locks 'Ton,
And the balsam of the pine
Drips from stem to needle flue.
Round thy compact f bade arranged,
Not a leaf of thee is changed!
When tbe yellow autumn sun
Saddens all it looks up p,' •
, Spreads ate sackcloth 4 IN the 111.16.
Strews lts athe. In the HI.,
Thoa thy scarlet ho.e lost dot',
And in limbs of purestibtr,
Olialiengest the sombre glade
For a syscan masquerade.
Where, where, shall he,begin
Who would i.alut thee-Harlequin?
With thy waxen burnlsbed leaf,
les ith thy branches' red relief,
With Shy poly-tinted fruit,
In shy spring or autumn suits
Where begin, /and 0. where end.
Thon whose charms all art transcend ?
1N2113 , 10134:4
—Tupper Titcomb is in Rome
—Gen. Dix is en twzi te for home
—New Jersey farmers are plowing.
—Peach trees are in blossom in Nash
\ —Edwin M. btanton suffers from
—Peach trees are pink with blossoms
in Georgia 'and Mississippi.
-The• Living Skeleton died in New
Nampshire on the 13th
—Lamartine has ceased dyilig for a
while, and is now writing a poein.
—The Aliaskennes, or ladies of Aliaska
.are said to be very fond of whisky.
—lt is said that one thousand veloci.
pede,s are manufactured every week.
—:The most popular barber in Lansing,
Michigan, is a girl fourteen years old:
—Another effort is being made to open
the Boston public library on Smidays.
—Prof.: Michael Farraday was, it is
said, a daring velocipede rider thirty yeari
—A yellow silk handkerchief made o
spiders' web has been produced in Ber•
—Artemus Ward is a delegate from
' Altoona to the State Temperance Con
—A rival to the mammoth cave is sad
to have been discovered under Lookout
—ln Meridan, Conn., there is a physi
ciin who makes his professional visits on
—The Chicago Post suggests that Chi
cago have four morgues connected by a
—The recent ball of the Princess Bar
berini; at Rome, was brilliant / with
—France is supposed to have an eye on
Cuba, thinking it a good place for a
French colony and war depot. /
—Don Jose Partagas, a well known
gert9eman of Cuba, complains that his
cigars are, counterfeited in New York.
—Edwin Forrest recently refused a
.isicw Orleans engagement because he
should have had to play Sunday night.
—Mississippi planters are now careful
to protect their sparrows, so that in
a short time they may feed on the cotton
—A youngster in Ohio amused himself
by pounding the lock of a pistol with a
stone, and succeeded in shooting his
—The Legislature' of Zacatecas, Mexi
co, has passed a law which makes it a
punishable offense to proUienade On the
street inns culottes.
—Lady plenty Paget has been fined for
riding on, l horseback on Rotten Row,
Hyde Park', London, at a faster rate than
. fourteen miles an hour.
—There are in all Russia but 4,200
miles of railroad, so that in most parts of
the empire traveling must be pretty
slow for such a Russian country.
—A boy in Englandplayfully snapped
lan empty pistol at his grandmother, and
the old lady fell dead. An example of
the evil effects of a. too vivid imagination.
—A fastidious circus manager in Phil
acelphia advertises "vespertines." It is
not the name of a new velocipede, but
only what he calls afternoon performan
—Newspapers are so full of exhibitions
of their newly - acquired knowledge on
the bicycular subject that an accusation
of Yelocipedantry would hardly be out of
—The Viceroy of-`Egypt has had the
Grand Duchess translated into Arabic,
and is now amused at the words as well
as at the actions of that European orien.
Paul, the Smithfield of hotels, is
about to put up another, the cost of which
is to be $300,000, which is rather too
much money, we think, to be invested in
--There is an "outbreak against Chi
nese Tabor in Oregon, and a wollen fac
tory companyAitt Oregon City is threat
ened with dire calamities if persist in
hiring Chinese operatives
Chicago'Times has produced a
word whiCh it applies to the new idea. It
is "Velocarnbipedextrianism," and it is
detinedlto mean "swiftly moving by a
power skilfully applied with both feet"
—At the last ball at the Hotel de Ville,
Strauss pulled out his watch at midnight,
and, turning to his orchestra, said: "Gen
tlemen, M. Auber has just entered on his
eighty-seventh year; let us play the quad
rilles of Massaniello in his honor.
the far north of Scotland, not long
ago, it is said, wh6n a man wished t 3 be
married and could not repeat the Shorter
Catechism, the Session required him to
produce two "cautioners" to the amount
of twelve pounds, Scotts, that he would
acquire it 'within six months after his
—Lydia R. Bailey, ,who carried on a
printing business in Philadelphia from
the time of her husband's death in 1808
until, 1891, during which time she was
for many years city printer, died on Sun
day last In the 91st year of her age.
—A young couple at RockpOrt, Maine,
While courting, walked out together arm
in-arm, and fell through a hole in the
sidewalt, each breaking a leg. Their fall
setithem up in the world—a jury award
ing them a verdict of $12,000 against the
—At a recent ball given by the
press of the French, the Princess Metter
nich wore a large chignon and green
parrot on her head. A corres ondent
says "this was all she had on hnr head,"
and we really do not see how she could
have had much more.
—An English superstition is that one
can cure oneself of boils by crawling
around a new filled graye. The Super
stitionis hardly of oriental origin, as Job
had ample opportunity and sufficient
graves and , boils to try the experiment if
he had had any such belief.
—A London correspondent says: "An
1 asylumffir cats has been established in a
square near Regent's Park. It is a small
house of two stories with a large garden
attached, where the numerous cats have
their sports and ptistimes: The asylum
is conducted by a matron, an assistant
and a cook.
_ —Sensationalism, now it is to be hoped
upon its last lees, has still some votaries
who follow it to the death. One of these
out in Minnesota gave a wine supper, the
other night,' and when jollity reigned su
preme, he filled his glais, poured a paper
of strychnine into it, / trolled out a melody
and kee ' led over—a corpse.
—The best tree story - out is, that an
oak tree still flourishes in Syria that was
planted loy Abraham. We suppose that
some one will discover that when the pa
triarchplanted it, it was a cutting from
the tree which had grown &cilia that olive
branch brought in by Noah's dove,
which, in its turn, 'was a cutting from the
olive branch which Adam may have
grafted into his original "ladies' and gen
tlemen's furnishing store," the fig tree.
BLUE BIRDS have made their appear
ance in several parts of the State.
SMALL GREEN ORASSUOPPERS are quite
numerous in Montgomery cour_ty.
WE READ of donation parties being
held at most of the towns throughout
W. HORACE Ross was elected Burgess
of Johnstown last Friday, and Henry B.
Friedhoff Burgess of Conemaugh.
THIRTY-FI'M sheep, belonging to
Daniel Thatcher, at Aston, Delaware
county, were killed by dogs last week.
HUNTINGDON has as small a debt , as any
town of - its size in the State; and, it may
be added, no town has as few public im
OxiSaturd ay last three dwelling houses,
inhabited by five families, who lost all
their furniture i and clothes, were burned
down in Scranton.
A ISAD dog in Haverford, Delaware
- county, succeeded in biting some cows
last week befoi:e he was eliot. At Aston,
in the same county, a mad dog wjas shot
the next day.
.Tun Lewisburg, Chronicle says: Dr.
Ernest Sehtafoii, a prominent physici.sn
at South Bethlehem, came to his death on
Wednesday night of last week, by falling
into an open cellar.
TnY. Greensburg herald says: We
notice that the frame work of a house in
"Paintertown," on the hill west of this
place, was blown down by the heavy
wind on Tuesday morning last.
Jos. Holum, Esq., of Pittsburgh, has
presented a Sunday School library of new
books valued at about eighty dollars, to
the school attached to Rev. James Hol
lingshead's (lil. E.) Church at Beaver. 1
Cox Friday last Mr. Wm. Lewis, of 1
Hyde Park, aged 66 years, was knockedl
down at the Diainond mine, by the pre-
Mature explosion of a blast, receiving in
juries from which he died the same day.—
,Scranton Republican. I
84111:TEL WISE, a traveling vagrant, on
Saturday night sought lodging in a barn
on a farm near Werneraville, Berks co.,
and in trying to get out during the night,
fell down a trap door, breaking his nose
and otherwise injuring himself so severe
ly that he died from his injuries, and was
so found in the morning.
Tag Wrightsville Star says: On the
evening of the 9th inst. the warehouse of.
Mr. E. L. Cramer, at Hetrick's, this
county, was entered and robbed of aeon
siderable amount of goods belonging to
E. W. Brodbeck, consisting of boots,
shoes, eicc.;.'which were stored in it. The
building was afterwards fired and burnt
THE Clearfield Raftsmans Journal says:
For the information of rivermen; we
would state that Mr. Bauger, the Secre
tary of the Williamsport Boom Corn.
party, has informed Messrs. Wright,
Coynton and Graham, that the schute at
that place is now completed and in good
order, and that lumbermen will experi
ence no trouble there in the future.
The Armstrong Republican says: John
Milherger, of Leechburg, this county,
was fatally injured at the tunnel of - the
Western Pennsylvania Railroad at that
place the other, day, by a quantity of slate
falling upon trim. His thigh joint was
'dislocated and crushed, and it was_ found
impossible to reset it. He lingered in
great agony until the morning of the
12th, when he axpired. Ho• leaves a
widow and two small children.
J . /icon WERTZ, aged about forty years,
committed suicide at his residence in
Mountville, West Hempfleld township,
Lancaster county, Tuesday Avening, by
hanging hitnielf. When found the next
morning he was hanging by the neck
along side of his bed. It is supposed
the deed was committed in the evening,
as he was divested of his usual clothing,
and the covering of the bed in which he
usually slept had not been disturbed when
his body was discovered.
Trjx. West Chester Village Record says:
"Mrs. Jane Worthington, the mother of
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1869.
Dr. Worthington, our present State Sena
tor, met with a severe and painful acci-:
dent on Saturday night last. It appears
that she got but of i lier bed about two
o'clock, thinking it was morning. She
had lighted her lamp, was in the act of
turning away from it, when in some way
she lost her balance and fell, breaking
her leg at the thigh. Mrs. W.
eighty-nine years of age. •
THOMAS Huunks, ESQ., a resident of
,Deriy township, on Wednesday, the 17th
insta t, while assisting with his four horse
team to haul away an old building on an
adjoin ng faint, and when a load of six
or more logs, twenty or twenty-four feet
long, and one or two pieces of roof about
twelve feet square were on the wagon, a
weight of forty or fifty hundred, and
while Ir. - Hughes was In the rear lof the
wheel orses, assisting to move the roof
a little orward, the roof struck the horses,
and th team took fright and sprang for
ward, throwing him wider. the wheel.
Botn wheels run over his body, fractur
ing two ribs and otherwise bruising him.
The weight of the empty wagon alone
is :thirty. hundred. Mr. Hughes is doing
well and in a week will be up and about.
Tint Doylestown Democrat: says a sin
gular and sad, affair recently transpired
at Frenchtown. A. young man by the
name of Bradley, an employe in the mill
of Phillip G. Reading, is. the loser. It
was his intention to purchase'an interest
in the business, and had recently , returned
fro a visit tq his relations, having in his
possession a large amount of Government
supposed to be over $15,000. He
was taken sick with an affection of the
hea , which rendered him partially insane,
and ebecame possessed with the idea that
onds must be depositectirithe bans
for s fe keeping. On Monday Morning,
whil in this state, and during the tempo
raryabsence of his wife from 'the room,
he to k the package containing the bonds
andthrew it into the stove, supposing it
to bepe bank. The whole package was
destroyed. His wife says it contained
their all, and they are now rendered pen
niless by this act.
- EARLY in the evening of last Wednes
day, our attention was attracted by wit
nessing the fitful play of pulsations of light
like flashes of lightning through clouds in
mid-summer. This strange phenomena
was witnessed and watched with intense
interest by many in this vicinity, and
near eight o'clock a luminous body of
unusual form was visible in the north
eastern sky tor many minutes. As others
more competent described it, it exhibited
such a form as would be shown if two
small comets were joined together by the
heads or nuclei, with the tails extending
in a straight line in opposite directions,
long and narrow, spread out at the ends
and compressed in the centre; or it may
be more popularly described as appearing
somewhat like two closed fans joined to
gether at the handle ends so as to lie in a
straight line. It appeared to be nearly
stationary, and seemed to be suspended
perpendicularly to the plane of the hori
zon. The light was a bright orange, ap
proaching to a red color, and it grew
brighter as long as it remained visible,
wlech was until it was obscured from
view by the clouds that soon after over
spread the sky.—Doillearcnon Democrat.
wnibiLy Mug Revelatiens
The following - letter is sent to the - New
Yotk Tribune from the District Attor
ney's Office as the copy of a letter writ
ten by Mr. John AI. Hinckley, late Mr.
Johnson's Deputy Attorney General, to
.J. N. Pike, the whisdy dealer, and ,Thos.
Harland, Deputy Commissioner of Inter
nal Re'yenue. [Copy / . ;
[Personal and Confidential.)
Wet.uirewroN, D. C., k'eli."2l, 1865.
Sue': I address you a solemn word,
man to man and heart to heart. It seems
that John D. McHenry for Jelling the
truth is to be tried to-morrow on a charge
of perjury. As soon as I realized that
the unspeakable calamity of a false con
viction was likely to befall this honest
man,l stayed my hand, for it is better
that en guilty men should escape than
one innocent suffer. Bat he is to suffer
notwithstanding my forbearance/. Truly
indeed will it then cease to be a virtue. I
need not remind you that my last six
month's opportunities have given me
much knowledge, and knowledge is pow
er, even against members of Congress
and millionaires. If you prefer, Mr.
Harland, with some of your friends, to
come forth from the rings at large to per
sonally challenge my resources and my
will, be it so. The result, if I live, shall
surprise you. Pity would be blasphemy
for men who had ruined an honest ob
scure citizen for telling the truth in a
Court of Justice at the demand of his
country. I hate no man and am desti
tute of personal resentment for anything
which has been aimed at myself. But in
this matter, I declare - by the Lord, that
I will avenge every injured hair of Mc-
Henry's head. If ray ( power be doubted,
events will show in due time, whose is
the risk. I think I have it in my heart,
my head, and my papers. I speak in good
will. JOHN M. BINCKLIVT.
Tnomes Hrenwo, Present:
P. B. This will remain as it is, pro
foundly secret between ourselves, unless
I perceive &failure of the object of this
communcation. J. M. B.
Falling of a Church Tower.
About 3:15 o'clock Monday morning
the tower of the Methodist church in
Morrisiana, New York, sunk with a ter
rible crash to the' \ ground. The church
is a new one, having been dedicated on
the 17th of last November. It was built
of the patent American brick and imita
tion freestone made of the sametaterial
as the brick. The cost of building the
church was about $42,000. The tower
was about twelve feet square, and ex
tended from the foundation, on thenorth
east corner of th building, square until
it reached a shor distance above the roof,
about forty feet, the top of the spire being
about 125 feet from the ground. The
tower sunk down in a mass, only a few
of the bricks falling the width of the
street, forcing large crevices in the ad-
joining parts of the building, racking
and breaking the windows near the tower.
-The inside of the building is compare-
Atv,ely uninjured, The cause of the acci
dent IS variously attributed; by some, to
the action of, the frost causine contraction
to the building, by others, to the soft
condition of the construction materials,
the brick and itnitation freestone in the
fall being broken into small pieces, which
are easily crumbled in the hand. Had
the tower fallen a few hours later, a terri
ble loss of life must , almost inevitably
have resulted. \ The damage to the build
ing will not be less than $20,000, and it
is probable that the whole building will
have to be taken' down, in which case the
• loss will reach $40,000, which 1111 fall
entirely on the congregation.
wrriaourr PAIN I
NO =emr MADE WHEN ARTIFICIAL
TEETH ARE ORDERED.
A FULL SET !WS as,
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
271 PENN STREET. 111) DOOR ABOVE, HAND
ALL WORE WARRANTED. CALL AND E 3
AMINE SPECIMENS OP GENUINE VULCAS
ITE. _ my9:d&T
WELDON & KELLY,
mainfactnrers anti Wholesale Dears In
Lamps, Lanterns, -
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:u.V Between stb and 6th Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
We are now prepared to supply
TINNERS iw d the Trade with our Patent
FRUIT CAN TOP.
It la PERFECT,BUIPLE and CHEAP.
Flavin; the names of the varicus fruits
Stamped upon the Corer, radiating from
the center, and au Index or pointer
stamped upon the Tbp of the can. It is
clearly, diginctly and P.S.RMANENT
LY LABELED by merely placing Oa
name of the fruit the can contains op
posite the pointer and sealing in the
No preserver of fruit or good
HOUSEKEEPER will use any other, after
once seeing it.
Send 25 cents for sample
COLLINS & WRIGHT,
139 Second avenue, Pittsburgh
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C.
BUY THE HEST AND CHEAP
88T PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAIN.
The ISCHIA:LACHER PIANO combines all the
Latest valuable improvements known in the con
struction of a first class instrument. and has al
ways been awarded the big best premium ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous and sweet. Tne
workmanship. for durability and beauty, surpass
all others. Prices from S5O to 1 180. (according
to style and finish,) cheaper than all other Do
nned first class Plano. /
/STET'S COTTA , TE ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed instruments. .in
producing the most perfect pipequallty of tune
of any similar instrument in the United Statta.
It is simple and compact in construction, and
not liable to yet ont or order.
CARPENTER'h PATISNT " VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Organ.
price from $lOO to $550. All guaranteed for fore
BABE, LIAHE & WATTLES,
ST. CLAIR STREET
PIANOS AND 011GAI1ig— An en-
Me new Moek of
. KNABE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS;
HAINES BROS.. PIANOS:
PRINCE 3: CO'S ORGANS AND MELODE
ONS and TREAT, LINsLEY £ CO'S ORGANS
deb 43 Fifth avenue. Sole Agent.
At Very Low Prices.
Gray & Logan,
47 ST. CLAIR STREET,
° Mate Cutter with W. Hosiezheldea
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh.
NEW FALL GOODS.
Just received by HICSAY IkIEYBR.
A splendid new stock of
sel4: Merchant Tani. 73 Smithfield street
GLASS. CHINA, CUTLERY.
100 WOOD STREET.
• NEW GOODS.
BOHNIIIAN AND CHINA. r
NEW IIT ITI L N E AR SETS
Tkr..A. Okl_a • I
SHOEING S ETS,
'GIFT CUM I
A lar g e stock of
g i SILVER PLATED GOODS L'
of all descriptions.
1 4 R. E. BREED & CO.
100 WOOD STREET.
A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
TRANSPAItYS'r & OPAQUE SHADES,
At 107 Market Street.
NEAR IrTH AVENUE.
. ROGUES & DUO
,lATALL PAPER - REMOVAL.
1 ' 1
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEN PLlp,
W. P. MMSKAILIA
Hu removed from 87 WOOD STREET to
NO. 191 .LIBERTY STREET,
•few door% above BT. OLLIE?.
133Elf"St Gr' 04:30130•S>
SPRING TRADE OF 186
Full and Complete A lortments of
HOUSEKEEPING AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Pillow Case Muslin, -
CARPETS OF ALL QUALITIES.
M, EA E 3 401- at CI 313) E 3
In Desirable Fabrice and Material.
CA.SSIHERES TWEEDS, JEANS,
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
EMBROIDERIES AND TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
All Departments of the House will be kept well supplied
during the Season, by daily additions of New Goods.
WILLIAM • SEM,PLE, II
NOS. 180 AND 182 FEDERAL STREET,
IP-•Al Wit aril 0 - Dell 0-1141ii--4111
ENDERSON J. & BROTHERS,
266 Lltterty• street; Dealers in Drugs,
a my and Pateut Medicines, taa:N
W. MACKEOWN & BRO.,
AND MANUIFACTITHERS OP'
.o•Elfrl3 COX'. COIL
ROVED TO N 0.195 LIBERTY STREET,
White Window Lead, Glass and Glassware at
Manufacturers 'nice.. de9
PEIRL MILL FAMILY FLOUR,
PEARL MILL Three Star Green Brand, equal to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
This Flour will only cle f sent out when espe
PEARL RILL BLUE BRAND,
Equal to best lit. Louis.
PEARL KILL RED BRAND,
WHITE CORN FLOVti al AN 'e 6 4 o7t i r 3r.e.AL IT .
E. T. %MUM &IRO"
Allegheny, Sept. U. Ism. PgAtit.MiLt..
1 --- 3 -- 11 , :. \ p DMZiglle, Z $) 1
L.L. J. LANCE,
DYER AND SCOURER.
co. 3 ST. CIAAIR STREET
And Nos. 135 and 137 ( Third Streets
And Solicitor of Patents.
(Late of P. F. W. & C. Railway.)
°Vice, No. 79 FEDERAL STREET. Room No.
2. up stairs. P. 0. Box 50, ALLEGHENY
MACHINERY, of all descriptions, designed.
BLAST FURNACE and ROLLING MILL
DRAW INGS tarnished. Particular attention
paid to designing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES.
Patents con adentially solicited. /lir An EVEN
ING DRAWING CLASS for meehanies every
to Ono. F. Soirucnicas £ Co. o ,
The only Steam Lithogra phic Establishment
West of the Mountains. usiness Letter
Reads. Bonds, Label_ Circulars, / Show Cards,
Diplomas. Portraits, VIAW'II, Cert.' cates of De
posits, Invitation Oasis, So.. Nos. IS and 14
Third street. Pittsburgh.
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
11-ORN PEER ORNAMENTAL
HAIR WORKE R AND PERPUDIRR, No.
31 Third street, near ISuilthileld, Pittsburgh.
Always on hand a_keneral assortment of La
dlt,A NUM, BAN K S , .CURLBi Gentlemen's
WIGS. ()PRES, SCALPS, GUARD CHAINS,
BRACELETS, tee. sir A. good Price la cash
will be given for RAW HAIR.
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Hair Cutting done
In the neatest manner. mhrna
BARR & MOSER,
FRUIT HOUSE ASSOCIATION 111311,D1N68,
Noe. • and 4. St. Clair Street. Pittabizrgh. Pa.
Special attention given to the disigning and
building cf 'COURT Bogags and PUBLI
ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
BOLD ONLY BY
LEMON & NVEISE.
Practical 'Famiture Manufacturera,
118 FOURTH A.VMNIETVA.
Where m►y be found a full assortment of Pat' ,
- n Furniture. deri
ioi: ai d ifftaieli'•
OAK TANNED FATHER
BELTING of a superior qual ty; also round
leather Belting of different sizes.' A large stock
on band at the Icrweat prices.
J. I EL PHILLIPS.
foe - andalS Sixth Street.
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THE PAATNRSHIP HEIVEt
FilitE existing between the undersign?
g heathers In the name and style of RR
ROLES, ALFzur a (Jo , , is the manufactt
and sale of Boots and Bhc‘s in the clty cong
burgh. Is this day dlssol od by mnteal e,
The business will be con tuned by J. B. BEI'
17, OLDS and WM. MOOR , who have full eel
to use the firm , s name In s I Ring op the buslne
and who will Fettle all cl Ims against said S i
and collect all debts one a le Arm.
.I B. REYNOLDS..
, . wm. mocum
El W. BILL.
wirmEs.sL.J. J. NEwatre.u..
PITTSIAMOU, Fobrnall 113, 1869. to a
A VKR4 LARGE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.