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nay, GARDEN AND novsEnOLD.
SPRING MANAGEMENT OP Tourers.
Turkeys begin to lay, in ordinary sea
sons, the last week in March. Their
natural disposition leads them to seek
nests in woodlands, away from the
firm-house. This should be prevented.
Their natural enemies are the fox and
skunk. The former steals the turkey, the
latter the eggs; and where these animals
abound, the change of escape from the
one or the other is about one in five.
This difficulty must be met at the outset
The best way is to prepare as many port
, able minatnre houses as you have tur
keys. They should be three feet long,
three feet wide, and three feet high, tri
angular in shape, with an entrance at one
These should be placed in some locality
near the house, where the turkeys are ac
customed to resort, and be partially filled
with hay or straw, or leaves—the last be
ing the the best. If these houses can be
partially hidden by a slight covering of
brush; or something of the kind, they
will suit the turkeys better. •
Whenever they begin , to show a dispo
sition to wander away to find nests, they
must be constantly kept near these little
houses. If your attention is diverted
from them for a half hour, especially in
the fore part , of the day, one of the flock
will probably be missing, and when once
they have made a nest, it is almost. im
possible to induce them to lay elsewhere.
—This care must be continued for about
'two weeks : meantime each of your hens
has selected her house and begun to make
her daily deposit of an egg.
Your, first trouble is laow past. The
egrar thOuld be taken frem the nests each
night, and the'tiroduct of each bird kept
by itself. The vigor of the mother will
sometimes make a day's difference in,the
hatching; and each turkey should have
her own eggs.
Four weeks from the day the turkey
Commences sitting, the young will ap
pear. At the outset, they are very weak;
but they .will grow stronger without food
for, at least twenty-four hours, •when, in
the.middle of the forenoon, or later in the
day; they should be removed from 'the
nest and placed in a little enclosure, made
by setting up. on the edge , four boards
some ten or twelve feet long,,in the form
of a square. They should be fed with
coarse ground Indiaa-meal,,mixed with
curdled milk, at the-beginning, and at
least every alternate morning for six
weeks. Each night, for the first week,
they should be'carefully driven into their
respective houses, now removed within
the board enclosure, and securely fastened
in by putting boards cleated together
against the opening. When they are a
week or ten days old, they may be al.
lowed the range of some lot near the
house, on pleasant days, but should al
ways be driven up and be put into some
tight stable and well fed as early as five
o'clock in the afternoon, and neyer be let
out in the morning until the gr ass is nearly
if not quite dry, and not at all on rainy or
cold misty days. •
Six week alter being hatched they will
need little food outside of what they pick
during_thaday, but your care with re
-gerd-to driving up must never be relaxed.
Instances have been repeatedly known
where a single fox has killed flirty young
turkeys in a single night, and the nights
that your turkeys are left out will be the
nisi ights whereon Reynard will make his
v ts. ,
When they are eight weeks old the
habit of coming up in the afternoon will
he fixed. , They should then be carefully
driven into , a roost near the Nouse, and
when once they get accustomed to the
roost, and are always found there at
night, you can calculate• with almost ab
solute certainty the number of birds that
you will have for the Thanksgiving or
Christmas market—Hearth and Home.
THE GARDEN IN APRIL.
Little is gained, but much vexation and
disappointment result often from planting
tender vegetables - in the garden or else
where too early. The ground must have
time to, thaw, settle and. become warm;
and if the garden is naturally well drain
ed, or has been underdrained thoroughly,
these conditions are much earlier attained
than otherwise. Having so often urged
the necessity or importance and economy
of a good garden in connection with the
farm I nd household; it is unnecessary to
further allude to it here. Those who
have enjoyed the products of a well-man
aged garden will not need further argu
ments to convince them °fits importance.
Thosd who have neglected the farm for
other general farm crops and products are
assured that a good garden WI pay—pay
in more than one way, too. The requis
ites are kgood sheltered, warm location,
with fair exposure to the rays of the
; morning and mid-day sun, warm, rich,
deep, well-fined soil, with plenty of good
nianttre, and a spirit of energy and perse
verance not to be discouraged at trifles ;
not inclined to put off a present duty to a
more convenient time.. It is veiy,easy
to test the correctness of this statement
by trying a garden, as recommended,
and keep a rigid 'debt and credit account
with it, crediting everything taken from
it at itsaarket valne, and -charging ev
erything laid out on it; and at the end of
the year compare the account with that
of any field =op, without taking into the
account the great degree of health, you
and your finilly enjoyed, from hav
ingvegetables, &c., fresh'
_fnnn Oaf? Pz'
den, instead of those bought in the nu,
ket after keying become wilted ,and los-.
ing their freshneu, or . from having been
raised by yourself instead of others.
Many! gardens in the country ; will" pay
well for underdraiaing. Soils are fiene.
fitted in maul ways by nnderdraining.
Thorotigliunftfiraralaig afieg ' Ed"
‘ eq vs
lent to an entire change of soil and cli
mate, makie,gthe moreporous,pweet,
1ne1101 4 , 2 11 11 1 ,4 11 .0-4 A Singti 'Alain, will
often wor wonders in a garden, and it will
cost but little tot*: the.experiment,
With 'Molt %niers, early 1111 i 'month:
will be soon enough to start the hot-bed.
Modeadf preftfing And managing them
have heretofore been given and need not
an4s 'relieatS. wog fpriesrvi
tender plants, an those requiring ,
oweri, se,ch,af kituc e , =mum, egg
j have alanys found At perfectly 4tuife.
thiplaating beans,. cucumber,, melons and
the like, "to Make boobs slowl,y,"..and
thln - the seeds in Abe house 1111 well Into
may, when we have settled warm westli
ei."—Wm. it White in Bins England Far-
`ln plowing, see that the Work le well
done. Let the furrow-,ice be fairly
Mined that the denarsposilde matter imn
tained in thepapts may . be-,Wrfectl7-
httmed, and secured frol'iite *Wag ef
fect of the atmosphere. 'This livery ini
portant. If you apply "dreseing before
breaking up, too much care cannot be ex
ercised in the accomplishment of this
work, as upon its efficiency, will depend;
in a great measure the success of the sub
sequent undertaking. No baulks., should
be passed over '
• what the plowshare
leaves should be turned over with the
hoe or hand. Many plows perform their
work imperfectly. In the first place they
do not detach the fdrrow.slice at a proper
angle, and then instead- of 'inverting it,
they either "stand it on edge," or break
it in pieces ' Lmpllments of this character
are worse than worthless. When land
is imperfectly plowed, the after cultiva
tion is always onerous andper . plexing,
and as a natural- consequence is poorly
performed. It is.therefore much better to
expend money for a good plow—one that
will perform its work in a satisfactory
manner, than to use an imperfect one, as
it will entail obstacles which will be found
no [way easy to overcome.—Massachu
FOE ALL COWS' UDDERS
That are caked I use linseed oil very
freely, and have never failed to effect a
cure. Take a clean, good-sized paint
brush, • a fine= one that will hold the oil,
and apply it thoroughly three finial a
day. end take all the milk from the teats
you can, get every time, and I think it
will effect a cure; it has done so with us
Let me further say that the same brush
and cup of oil 'should stand in the stable
or milk yard the year.through, and every
scratch or crack or sore teat should get a
brush ;every time be-fore milldng, and you
will be astonished to see how soon the
sore teat will be well, and the cow will
stand quiet while being milked. Try it,
dairymen; it costs but• little, is very con
venient, and is not unpleasant to use like
grease. Be sure to put it on before milk
ing, and it will be worked into all the
fine cracks that some cows are famous
for, and which will Make the gentlest
cow kick'a man over--and I don't blame
her either.--L, F. dolt, in the Countrg
A MACH TREE pirtEscArrrxoN
it correspondent, hearing from all quar
ters complaints that the ReachTtrees are
failing, advises the following treatment:
"First, kill the borer, then break up the
ground slightly about the trees, and
spread refuse , flax-stalks. or flax-straws
far enough to cover all its roots. The ex
periment has been tried on an old, lan
gialahing peach tree with great success.
It soon recovered, pushing out vigorous
shoots, and was loaded with larger and
better fruit than ever before. Or, in
other words, kill the insects and mulch
the soil. Just so! This treatment will
be found to succeed with other fruit trees
as well as the peach. When the borer
once gets into the wood he cannot be cut ,
out with a knife. He must be punched
out with an annealed wire. The idea of
destroying the pest by driving a nail into
the tree is-preposterous.--Hearth and
Less is known about the diseases of
ducks than of fowls. They are, in our
experience, best hatched by and
kept in- -a-dry 'pen - ihr several weeks.
Give plenty of grass, frequently renewed,
keep water alwas beforethem in shallow
vessels, and feed often. .A pen of boards
a foot high, covered with laths nailed
serest the top, with one corner or one
end covered, to exclude rain, is all suffi
cient. This pen should be frequently
shifted upon dry grassy ground. If one
is noticed moping, swelled up, or out of
sorts in any way, give soaked bread and
milk, red with Cayenne pepper. The
best are Ronens, Aylesbury, and Cayuga
blacks. Points of excellence for common
purposes are size and number of eggs.
EVERY person can raise his own to
mato and egg-plants with very little
trouble. Select a warm, border, enrich
heavily with horse-manure, puvlerize the
ground thoreughlY, and sow pretty thick
ly, thinningont if necessary. A common
window-sash or two, raised two or three
inches over them, on any kind of sup
ports, will greatly facilitate their vegeta
tion and growth. If they are transplanted
into other beds when they are three or
four inches high, so that they will stand
about three inches apart each way, it Will
cause them to becozne very stout in the
stem, and they will branch considerably,
making much stronger and more produc
tive planta. Tomatoes should not
be set out for a crop until the ground is
warm and weather settled, say first of
April or first of Hay, the fatter, perhaps,
the better. Egg-plants should never be
set out before the last week in ifay. We
prefer the Fijii tomato, and the long, pur
A correspondent of the country Gen.
Clown in Burlington county, N. J., says
that very large water melorfs are grown
extensively in that locality in the renew
ing way : The ground, iti plowed and
then marked Witai a plow into rows nine
or, ten feet apart eachway, and a hole
sufficiently large to hold half a bushel of
manure is dug at the crossings of the far
rows, and a large shovelful is thrown in
etch hill and covered with' oil. The hill
when completed should be four inches
higher than the general surface of the
soil. Eight 9r ten Seeds are sown each
hill, but only one plant is left to bear infit.
If very large ones are wanted allow tint
very few to a hill. ,
To remOve;freckles, ca them out with
a • razor= and throw them away,
To :bring out a • moustache, tie it to a
'trona cord, twenty feet long, to the other
end of _Which • attach a heavy' swathing-.
iron,.and thin* the latter from a foort4
• Kictofiveci hativ mold "opt head
for a few minutes in a strong blaze of gas ,
To preserve your:nyes, put them is a
- •To _avoid morpulence,,ilult eating.
Tob°6o,esii..li4teeth; keep your
:To k eep oat O'fdebt, aceulie - ,the reini
tiate:n of a reseal, and no one will Artist
,2 1 1 6 become a complete -bootireePer,
borrow all the booker! can and never
T4ikeep 706 dciora.trem being Woken
open by toirglant, don't close theta.
To keep out of a ft.ht, stay by yourself.
• To gain time, steal swatch.
To keep from stutterintr i don't talk.
ACCORDING IO GRIMM statistics, MOM
than 250,000 emigrants left Europe in
1808 to find homes in America. Of these,
120,000 embarked at Liverpool, 00,000 at
nremen, 44,000. at Hamburg, 20,000 at
Havre, and about 2,000 at Antwerp.
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Diseases. eyphllis in all Its forms, Gonorritota,
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That numerous class of oases resulting fro self-
abuse. Producing ntnanllness,nerrousdebilitYt
Irritability, eruptions. seminal elohislons, an d
finally impotency permanently.'onreli. rPenons
afflicted wills deli cate. intricate , and longetand.•
lug constitutional complaints are politely Invited
to call for consultation, which costs lara.hing.
Experience, the. best of teachera. has - eitabled
him to perfect remedies at once efficient,. Salt,
permanent, and which in most codes citthe used
without hindrance to business. Medicines pre
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ono sleeping apartments for patients requiring,
dagy personal attention... , sad vapor and cheml.
mil baths. thus concentrating the mineral :
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TN THE ORPHANS' COURT OF
-A- Allegheny county. . •
In the Estate of
WILLIAM CALDWELL, •Dec'd.
)70. 3, Det.erober Tern, 11989. iilna Writ of
To Mrs. Jane SkMen, formerly Jane Caldwell.
now intermarried with Samuel 'Skiliar; Margaret
Powell, formeriv • widow of William Caldwell,
dec*d, now intermarried with Reuben Powell,
Robert Caldwell, J. W. Caldwell; Lisalietav
floott, formerly Elisabeth - Caldwell, now Inter
married with Daniel Beott,heirs, go., of William
Caldwell, deceased, late of West Deer Township,
Allegheny county. Penna.
Ton are hereby notified that an Inquisition wlll
be held In pursuance of the above mipitlon!d
writ of partition °reiterate:ion the taeY la
West Pear ToWnshlp, Alleghely comity, - ,on
TUESDAY, MAY , 18th,! 1869,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 111.,
to make partition to and amonglke heir of said
'deceased in inch =tuner and In snob proportion
as by the laws of this Commonwealth la directed,
se., at which time and Place von any attend
If you think proper. -
• SAMUEL . B. CLIILEY. sheriff.
- ennurrs - Opricx..tt
Pittszurgb.April 11th,11009. &p6:0117
T R THE ORPHANS' COURT OF
In the Estate of
JAMES HINDILN, Deceased.
So. 7, December Term, 111611. ADas Writ
To Margaret Ann Hindman. widow of Slimes
Hindman, - deceased; Lliza H. Dunlap, for
merly Eliza H. Hindman, intermarried with
John Dunlap; ..James Hindman, Withal'
Hindman, Joseph Hindman, Margaret H.
Goshen,. formerly Margaret H. Hind
man. intermarried with William Goshen; sod
Mary Aber. formerly Wary Hindman. intermits.
sled with ,William Aber, hen &c.. of Jime4
Madman, dee'd, late of Jeffersoa township, Al
lest:nay colinty, Pa. •
You are hereby notified that an inquisition will
beheld in pursuance of the above mentioned
writ of partition and ♦atuation, on the premises,
Jefferson township, Allegheny county, Penna.,
ON THURSDAY, May 20th, 1869,
AT 10 •'OLOVH. A. N., •
to make partition to and among the heirs of said
deceased In such manner and insuch proportions
as by the laws or this Commonwealth is directed,
de., at which time and place you may attend it
you think proper.
SAMUEL B. CLUMSY, Sheriff.
SHLHIFT'e °Moe. 11
April sth. 1889. I
TN THE ORPHANS) COURT OF
In the Estate of
FREDE'RICH WERLING I .Dee'd.
No. 3, March Term, 1889. Writ of PartiUou.
To Charles Wehling. John • Weltllig, William
Webling. Wilhemlna - Wohling intermarried
with.lfeary Degmeyer. - • Sophia Welding, later.
married with 'William Wldde,Hoplua Fr. Notre,
Nltsa 8. M. Nolte.
_Ceroline . Nott ,e Ida W.
None, Frederick •W,Notte.. Anna W. Nolte,
children of Caroline Meyer, demand, who was
married to Frederick W. Notre. she' being a
daughter of Caroline Welning, dpeeased. Mopeds
Meyer. Intermarried wu b Frederick litmokmerer,
said hophlahav Ins died and telt one child. Bertha
Ytitehmarrr. Charles litnekmeyer. - . Nitilhelmtna
Meyer, letenharried with .fohn FOOL Sophia
Wetting, intermarried with Raney - Weed. • Wit.
Ilain Web lug, Una Welding Wilbehslas Web
ling, children of 'David 'ffehling, Henry . Web.'
ling. Itilralitehling. Marla Welding, William
Webling sad Fredetiek Notte. Guardian net/ghat
or 89Phdle, Ntr(lo. - Kilaa SaCtllitlsrottne •Boite,
Ina Notre, Frederick bo tt l
e, Bertha %ache:tower,
Charles Meyer, Withalmlna Meferl LoulsadVelie
Wilbelmina Webllug, Xi's& ffebling.
wehlteit and William VI ehlther, heirs Ac.,
Frederick' WehUng, - deceained, •Fatii of -lower Bt..
CIEs Sennuldp,Ailei&etty county, Irenna. - will,
you are here - by awned th at insiaquialtion
be held In pttrmiance of the above gtentian ed
Writer PartitiOn and Sainathin ore the pretenses
ar,LoweelSt. Clair torfluallic Aheglailly County,.
Pax of MO!, 1569,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
To make partititnrto and among *bab pr " el, of said
deceased ulch manner and la sucoportions
miry OW l a ws of this;(loMtnetweed ' h
Nis 'directed I
and et which -Urns and Piscern May hlten4
yob think proper: • •
8.84111741 n. a I i ILtILET. Sheriff:
Bgardyr .047198.; . •
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DIaIED . PEACHES.-- ioo bush
for male by J. D. CANFIELD.
TRITHITE LIMEr-200 bbIL far
sale by J. /LOAN/ULLA
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o devote all my energy to 1111 honorable. and faith,
ftil disebatin °Pao duties of the office.
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WFOR 81111111 FF.
• iVlLLlliard Mill 1121) N,
NW be sk candidate for the office of Bb miff. sob.
ee t to the decision or the Union Rennbl.can
County Convention -4. •
Egr'FOß CLERK OF COCRTS,
JOHN G. BROWN ,..
MtUvele borough, lailrivate Co. Et, 10d
Bean Pe.nns. Vols.'. sub ect bo the decision of
the Union Republican County Convention. oP:6.
(TO THE CITIZENS OF AL
LEGRENY CO uST : I • respectfully
ahnoonce myself as a candidate for the oMee of
CLERK OF cOURTd, subject.to the decision of
the Union .Retiriblican• County Convention. I
would state that I cask the *Dice but . Or 9.14 E
TERM. at the termination ,of which I; would
cheerfully retire, believing that there ire - others
equatlff entitled to Ike honor and , efmolnments of
the oMce, and as competent aaMyself 1•I will be
under obligations to the cititene gip county
for their support. Very resteetfulivs
BY IL IL 811ITIGION&IX).
BOOTS ) SHOES AND CARPETS
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sivirrigeori , ir EmParfiltilei
55 AND 57 1 / 7 7Ty AVENUE. •
Meson. 11. B. satrrßsox a CO. • proprietors;
of the well known Mammoth *Anotian House are
creating an excitement consequent• even the ar. .
rival of new goods which are being. sold at re
markablY low prices. Goode ofevery yarlety; the
finest sewed boots, the most fashionable
moral gaiters and anklet shoet, slippers, etc,
blankets, flannels, cloths. cashmeres. Cutlery
and carpets. Call and examine. No trOuble to
show goods. Ladles', misses' and children , s
fats at almost your own prices. Ali goods war.:
ranted as represented. ems
GREAT AUCTION SALE
W. W. ZOO 11
81 11 , 1ARIKET STR FT
Will commence On IdOND.O.Y MORN l• 13, April
19th, at 10 o'clock A. k. and S and P. M.,
and continue for a few days to close oat our stock
MI make toolafer new goods.
,This will be one of the most attractive auction
sales yet oreted la this city. embracing a One
MAMBUEGr AND ITACKONET EMBEOID.
?DINT AND POINT APPLIQUE LACES.
POINT LiCif cpxtsits,
MALTESE AND TEDLEAD LACES.
FURNISHING GOODS In every variety.
FANCY HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
VALEACIA. LACE TRIMMED SETS.
IL B. OEUTIESOII & CO.,
FOUNDRY SITE,./tc;,, -
WEDNESDAY. April Alm, at CP , i coelock.
r. oss the prentisen. willOsoOld thas property,
fX":14`1, 1 711:1%" 3T -21e K i g , ercrujIrtj.r She '
Lot (runts os gallon - street 130-reet .and 77r
feet on Juniata street to a9O foot alley (tbus
having the advantage of three fronts,) on *bleb'
lo erected a large building for machine shop. with
pattern roconorare room. Mace and engine room.
Japanning r,,om, to.. making a complete works,
tor making of small castiuss. The machinery
consists of engine. huller, shafting, pulleys,
scouring barrels. grindstones, patent drills,
lathes; and a complete assortment of pattern
cards, for the production of a class of goods of,
wh)cn the estaolishment bad almost the envin....
site courted. It not sold as a whole, the ground
will be divided and sold in lots to soft parchaters, :
together with the buildings, the maehlnery. de.
not sold will be removed. The Wootton cannoC
be surpassed, end the prope rt y Is fat Increasing
In value for betiding put poses. Fur titer partic
ulars by enquiring or , W.M. B. Mc..JCAlli I Cu.,'
Or FL B. ammAoli a CO..
aras Auctioneers. '
LOTS, LOTS, a re - •
ON SATIJADAT, APRIL 24,
AT THREE O'CLOCK, a highly attractive sue-.
Alen sale of 13ulld,ng Lots will take place on the
property of Mr. Dihm. on and near the Perris-.
vllie road and Observatory grounds, and fronting
the residences of Mr. McClintock and Blayor,
Drum. There are seventeen tote ranging in else
from 24 by 31 to R 5 by seotl feet. The iltual lon
is really delightful, beil3C ma gently chant
gronnd. from which very due stews of the *Os,
cent country are obtainable. It le within easy
walking obitance of the city and. yet fres •rom'
its smoke and din . it Is within eve minutes*,
walk of the Pleasant Valley 13treet Railway. '
To men who wish to' IleCaTe a homestead in a
locality bound to progress in advantages and val-'
ue. the present Is an exceedingly favorable op
portunity. Now is the time to etc ike for a borne..
tiood lotenear the city at low prlcei are getting;
Term+ of este—HMl caeb; balance In one and'
two years. Calk and see_ol at m office of
spit A. LMOGATIC Aucer.
No. 215 Liberty Street,
On FRIDAY, April 33d, at 3 o'cloCk, will be ' •
sold on the Premises, the property No. 315 Lib.
erty meet. opposite the, month of Sixth *lrene°,
lately_occupled be Graff a Reiter as a Cemmis•
sloe House: The lot Is SO by 80 fret. The btilld;.,
lag is three story, la aro , rate order. with dry
cellar' and flag pavement. The store rooms are
spacious and well lighted. There are platform
The locationoisting apEafas la perfect order.
is unexce led on the Street. Special
attention le called to t e sale, It being arent
that 1,11/ekty street is rapidly advancing inscon
TIMM—Half cash; balance" ln one 'and' two
yearp. . • , . •
B! d -inz,welts.
RtiILROAD AND COUNTY BONp9, Ac.L
anDas' EVEN O, moth IrM
(Perk, will:bersold_ea second - Macro sr.
cis tatleirtuosse 2 4ao Strostbasid street,.
v ousted EXOUSIaIIe - Niatonal
SLOW Allegheny Co. Compromise Monde:
o.4oo.Couneilertlie Reltrolut Bendel Tar In
so entriii•zied cotton • - " -
eta .•, :t••• MelLWAlNE;Anetieneers':
rSIONEE 'MILE' OF MALTS.'
11lat , AND e IfANUFACITURII) WOW%
nup ....RA4LATOS. IWOOIOIN i, , WWII '
0111[11 -r, TDURs/4 AT 3 1 n10949114,April *DNA,
sap 03104114 , by order Or W. A. Leum: &ad
glade 'Dram's, Ar UsgandlessvirM beset/low
the premises, at the' rallstoti Teadelt,tnrit
Works of Bailey A McOandleis: a 1 "dmi I !
and manufactured ware, slomprlslngPalau, Oils, '.
Mae. Whiting. , Untoar.: 11.bre..4141. Tub Iron,
spoke; Iron. Chains, Ropes, PAIN, and all sr+.
chili pied to •be 1111111AfietUa of Tu be and Ornatete.-
Also. Imp lqt of Mares and Lumber. and a This
101 of Intelrea Nestle riabd Tata. -, ‘, - ,-. ,•-- : :
Train lemmes,P l r,t4butstuuldllB AN. ' p
al9' ' ' 4 A:' , IciLWATNII. AM:Donner. -;
. , .
At la EOM E !Cr . it l itrinkOCE
, .00.HP.SHIP , OP , PITTI3BURSIL -0: ....•
O L , N O . II TPHITHATiMp r4 O,6XX BrACi ..
IngnrUligitnet.' 1141 kinds or il i q Ile hr u te •
jolty. IHWlNt.i*.,Zr4odest.. , • -
147 1 q 5 uNit vme Prealdiant;
NNHl4k.oeoretary.• . - ' • -
, 4, DE )2 4oexessl iligelit;
i.'.. -• ula . b
lot Iroaati. DUPpr ." L. s
T. .7. ~ W.' Hi Hversbn,
, .0. thaberf ,': tbert H. Dais, ... - • !
&rye, °haus. rands dellen, ,
Arles Him. nt...1. T. Stocadale. ''
apt,. Wm. Dean, T. H. Nivriu, . .
MUTUAL WI BRIANCE CO
Olce, 75. Fede . ral St. Allegheny City
DMZ . C'TORS
Hon. JAMES L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D.. ,
Capt. R. ROBINSON,
Rev. A. K. BELL. - •
Rev. S. H. wEvBIT.O,O.-.
W. A. REED. Cashier Allegheny' Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
SlNOls.i'llitUM. Mayor of Allegheny:
v. W, BENNY, Hatter,
A. S. BELL. Attorney.at-Lase ,
D. L. PATTERSON, Limber Merchant,'
D. tIWOGER, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBIN ROBERSON, President.
Rev. J. B. cZARK,o.D" Vice IPiesideast,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BESISFY, Tkekaarer.
DANIEL SWO(*ER, %VI /4010.
•. .• . .
This is a nome company. conducted en the mutual
Principle. each .polley balder iteeirlog an equal
share of the profits of the Company.. Policies
will be issued on all•the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an.econozni
cal basis will afford a safe' investment to each
policy holder. and thereby retain the money at
home to encourage home industry.
No. 1161611111%/1.. -ANIMUS. 91101174 1 Moor,
Capital All Paid Up. •L L
.• .;,.',... Dantetanal.' • • • - . • •
N. J. 13,1e7, IN..W ollver, jr, Capt.,_BLEalley,
Datrl Witlllep;l3, H. H Hartman, ......Ohiunbera,
i, S. M , Olurk.t. Jas. M. Sa ll ey.
Thema, Elmitb. Jno.S. Willock:
ROBE TH. KING, .I"tasliettt.
JNO. F. JENNINGS; Vice Preatdent.
JOB. T.. JOHNSTON;SecretaIT. •
Capt. D. J. GRACE. Gen'l Agent.
Insure' oat Liberal Tatman en all Fire
and Marine lUsks.
INSURANCE COMPANY, -
Cor. Federal St. and Diamond, Allegheny,
°See. in Ili* SECOND prileflONAL BANK
W. W President,. :
JOHN BROWN.N.,__VIce Yreetdeat,
JAMES ISTA ENSON: Seere.tary.
Jobs A. Ifyler, • LoaliartiJos.ldjere,
Jas. L.Orahiun. !Hobert Les, C. C. N•Yle.
Joe. Brown. Jr. I GeoliFe fitrat, Jacob 'Lapp,
0.11 PWlHlexasiJitp). rkompsonol. IdeNanigher
OF PITTSBURGH. PA.;.
office. No. 4.24. , PENN err..
Gar NATIONAL TNOAT CO.O . BOILDT/19.)
Bobt. Diction, IRobt. Liddell, W. 'T. Friday,
G. Media, C. Van Ram, ,F..Klra i r
Vva:Mlic.hq6p. B.4:d be ig . •
ROI I 4. II iOMA. P I
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURQH
orinct.wo. 215TH WOOD STREET, mAzix
TAU hi a Homo Company, and Injures sound
lou h• 7/Ire exelrolyely. .
C.C.' BO Moo Proiddente
)I.O_BT A. 0 Treasurer
HUGW I Bearetary..
Leonard Walter, Georg e Wham
C. 0. Boyle Geo. - W. Byline.
Hobert Nada. J. C. Lam.
Jazobntliater, J. C. — neuter
a t .
Ho g p ahHin. ins, Jo 4 hn Ammon. ,
AGAINST. LOSS BT FIRE
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
0111074435 =ar tiUT BT.,aear /TM
(Thaziai W. Bizarr, itiOrdeeal H. Louie'
TOblas Waller; David 8. Brown,Samuel Ursa. • Thaitolow
Jacob R. IS tb. - Edward C. Dale,.
eorBo l l. ,
U. mirge ales.
ASE= AIM s.
EDW. (1_,1t_414 yco . dent.
W. C. BTElDEl6,_BeortUity&pto ten. ,8
J. OEEDNER 0071= AGEE%
North Welt corner Third and WOod Weal.
OF ALLEGHENY,. PA.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS. BANG
Pro. 41 Ohio St., Allegheny.
-4. Rolfe coIdtPANT, managed by Directors
wets kilOwn to the community, who trust by inir
dealing to merit ashen of your patronage.
QUO. D. 11.1DD1.111.........«....841.m.5ary.
Henry Inrin. ID. L. Patters,m, Wm. Cooper,
Geo.X. Biddle, Jacob trans, Bottlelb Feu,
Simon Dram, J. B. Smith, - Jacob Buid4
W. X, Stewart , Oh. P. Whlston, Joseph .'
Jos. Lentos!, X. J. Ztokano, Jere. Robes;
FIRE iNSURANCE. CO.,
MEITABLISIIID 18,3. CAiSII CAPITAL PAID
TIP AND INTABTED TIMM JOICJIMIY
INcI 48. 00 P:994?' IN GOLD. •
Insurance WiniViire Waged on Bosses azt
Bun&tmo l tiood& ware ,, sad , Merchandise,
Eitesnii as. - Miele* :sidled ,mable In_ told,
or aurora fiat United' 'Stites • •nrsaolt °noe s
RiklarniN Aim York., _
looms lit thLTl‘sri ,13!sta Brali I'M Le
sided 131 New Tot. , -
J. "jr.lior.44draarr. Ageni,
011114* 'ti rilnllll73l . 011114=. .
'KR: Itoujitrf ar m4 at M#l4ifeat tor thikitaa.
Osman Lin I Lappin' . 'wet
v 7 11111WRIANCE-COM•
P OP i i t , MOH.
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titam . r . a. a Amin ir d ik nt.
rh us lug/ , ?WI; :I% , liv ilr e . ''
l i we altir t , IL at, 0 pus sip' 414.
• ...taxamr44 •
Waimea 2Thia,, l:39l l7lUOtis;ll.l(dOttlis;
B. • 4 , .... .
• Inul nuir t me l :
a . ax, Plier• .1,
rloolo l _olllllThWitill :MIER
Mk% su CO3 'WOOD seams en.-
• aome r onniany.taiiingiiikinci twine iiists
gat,,, , , i ....w.akrt..., •
o a ni. Partry Oltarits_Arbnaues_
ant. Jasnesmiller; • Jared M. Brash, .
uu VanPrk , :-.: ._ , ,irellom..____
. sines D r r . Sensual seae
• -Will - sweet. . ,
iTiPl l .?Edit. 6060 8 r1:1:4 1 Ageat.
lAN :Y- 4 atY)-4
nffl IRON - CITY
M. W. WHITR, hliirgoia, Asings.
IarNEW OPERA ROME.
............. . ... .anntoitnBoll6
Manager..'... ...... .Wx .
Enragenumt for six nights 'ind one ldithiee
with the accomplished aCtress and vocaliSt;
And the eminent Comedian, . •
Mr. M&BRY WATKINS,
TUESDAY GVEMING, April 20, second time
in this city of she grand romantic drama,
TRODDEN DOWN; or, plinzu TWO FLAGS.
Fergus MicartilF Harry Watkins.
Blanche Desmond, wit h songs.. Rose Watkins.
Watkins Matinee on Satnrday.
B. W. WILLIAMS, Lessee and Nazism.,
Second and last week of the inimitable Loxidon:
oomione,' JAMES TAYLOR. Tuesday eveulac
first appearance of the renowned athlete and:
versatile performer, SAM. COLi.YER, and his
pupils Masters DAM and EDDIE. J. W. Mc-
DREWS and the Vest company In a new
Ladles' Matinee'every Wednesday and Satur
WEDNESDAY, THYRSDAY AND FRIDAY.
April Slot, 32d and 234,.
Fifteenth Annual Tour of the Great Band *A
the Age, • •
SAM. SHARPLEY'S MINSTRELS
The 'Peoniets Tavirites,wito tiaire *naiad - ail
the longest:and Most imecteshil , fttionnverniade
.city of Chime; perfbrmiserto crowded ;
notifies one 'hundred - consecutive nights. Hale
sersally prouounceirsuperier to all. trader this'
Immediate superslilorrofthe_ireat Wit and Hu •
=Grist, Mr. BAAL iimAßPramwnsi-wOl appose
'at each and every performance. • cs
Admission, 50 cents.. Heserred Seats, '75
cents Seine can be sedated. at the Ha ll from 10
to 1 o'clock, without , 'extra °named ,Ansors open
at 7: performance at 8 ercioen ircl.Vy•
api4:100• - • 0E05.0r HA , Agent.' '
WOLD , DANA" , bONCERT.
The original "Old FOOra," ofthis city, 41:1
TWO OOAND CONOWE4
. In bill costume, Ai
LAFAYrrre ItAlip, ,, Wood Street;
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
APRIL 22d and 23d. ,
Tickets 1 :50 ,gents , to EA - prom:iced tlio minds
and Rook stores. or at tlik door. Concert own
malacca at 8 o'clock.
AND PAULOE niirmaitine,
.. . .
The Great Family Reisforte•
FIFTH AVEITLIZ... - beturien Endthield =d:-
Wood streets, opposite Old Theatre.. , • ,
Aar Ooen Day and Evening, all the year round.
Admlitelen. 48 cents: C.kildren. ISt cents.
fgrA 'GRAM) AM
L now being Itnid at fli ll .L.Ell.ll}l4l.l,,amet ..)
er of It'llth.avenne andfalet street* for tke benadf
of 82 ?*; Ati2 7 sE 4 g BURCH.: 4obei.l4treskunenta , :
nerved and an exceUent band of saute matter 01:.•
knee everi ren•into • ='*- 5 " 64 " niza "
PROPOSAWS: i ''' -
CM' Or ALLEGHSNI, Api# " 18119.
SEALED PROPOSALS will ims' tecettred at
THIS OFFICE' St•ciretoolt , P. tr. onWED
NESDAY, 2/st Inst., for the tale of
40.000 Dollars of Allegheny City
WATER MAIN .EXTENSION. BONDS,
of the denominations respectively of ilBooaWd
$l.OOO, said Bonds bearing 8 per cent. Interest,
, _ . .
paying semi-annnally on the first days of July ..
and January, and maturing In twenty years from
date of issue. '
Bids will be received for or any portion of
the &bore loans. Rids will also be received for
converting the City Bonds maturing in 1870
into the above. .
The right is rt served to Meet ani; and all bids
R. B. FRAN CIS,
FOUNDERS AND TINNERS.
CITY OFAB SOLLANY, April 1.9 1f69.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receited at
THIS OFFICE until 3 o l Cleck P. 3(, .uFtl4 WED
NESDAY. APrIl Silst,,- •
FOR FURNISHMG THE CITY
WITH ALL THE
, GAS POSTS
Required During the Pear,
To be delivered at City Hats , at such times is
they may be required. Pattern and Core .Box
will be furnished by the., city. Bidders are re
quested to state the pritat per poet; also the ad
ditional cost of furnishing than with two coats of
1;00(1i:dash paint, *dawn' be reeeivedt at tie saMe.
time for furnishing' all the OAS LAMPS required'
during the current 'year,' to be at the jainis
tern and quality as those now in use.
R, B. FRANCIS,
0527 OP ALLSSG#ZNI' s .145515 151,..58.15. 5
taw.= riorosAy3 will be rreetred
THIS 0711 , 1 a rail 3 o'clock, x., an MO
DAY, April 510114 for. tarnislaniibli, o 4 !Mk
For ere' stags. : The Scenes to be deltwieit at
soot! tieles end ploeit u , tbeittreet Cetnadsolen. ;
Cr' slay dirte4anot4;obittoraicisrelliattsie
to I* flitOillit4ti/liilt sts; ,l ii i rO t r o . Ro t i , . Stt`stei
COolot4tioike r . -
It. B. riamdfs
OTICE T 8 A
p aro rica :l4-- ,
CiT mum ADP& Mittits. kJ%
r e" t ll o i r ' o&04 sriH Tercd= r
-81 r 4 Lsr) P 7, - -,,, a; A:paii:,*oi WED 'AT..
*idea 8 lkeloAvntti
. 9 / 2 " iths '" l" '" i astratirmai yatnemga- 1
followirtleAnreL,froza its lateneatu rit
7:a h ltoitn nebeccA t.4ll4c. giree ft:ealtiier44 4- s :ca e o vate,
41 FOit GRADING (*Mrs •
STREET,, Corry, .Stree t !„,)
MANHATTAN. STRZET., !rota HODidni street
t o•Dessoca street.
SOUTH ALUM, in the 4th ward.
Profit's," Estliaates: i
eau be Seen a the
(ace of CHARtads DAylB, Hie.. City itiasineer.
Blanes for bidders will be feritisliedattialsellitid..
' • ' g.'tlt4trcid.'
• T 0,4,, Ars: ,,,4 ?.rigiV - Vt. - 4 - 0.e. , ' 1 ' ,,rk
r„Ok - V4V . 40:4 '1,
' ' ' lll kirtleß;v: " 'i,V.4l