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ILLY OF THE VELOCIPEHISTe.
snow on my peerless, swat- pieed,oteed,
Pim forth the utmost powers Of speed.
(Whrwill it n Sadden •
lair damsels note thy b rti.like Il ht.
..&.d praise thyroxin compact and light.
' (Jerked o'er We. cobble.) • •
Wen tools who coos the • Iron horse
Admire thy , rrow-oartiog coon,.
(I fear fall ) • -
Thy wheels, like chariot of the nu,
Revolve a. driven by Phaeton.
(I'm sure I shall.)
lio eye can trace thy speeding evokes.
Responsive to my trained foul ' s strokes.
(npra(ned" it should be.)
Like bleOdhonnd bounding to the frare
kiwi!). as the eagle for the prey. •
(The 1309 s pave me.)
We skim along the wondering earth,
And distance steeds vulgar birth. '
IWhen they stand sthl.)
We rush through plodding, dut y streets,
The swarming. choking town retreats,
(I've had my all )
Pirm pole d. I feel of fear no trace.
The fresh , nlng breezes Cobh my face.
(My boots are worn.)
,MY every nerve the motion thrills,
'And happiness my bosom tills
(lisp pants are torn.) •
Put lake, o'er hill, through wood, down vale,
I alum like bark bt fore the gale.
• • (I'm saddle sore. ,
My blood within my v Ins flows free,
I feel of spirit birth with thee.
(ill ride no more.)
—Parepa is again opera—ting.
—Washburne is in New York.
—Fisk has bought a hotel at Newport.
—Mine. La Grange has gone to Europe.
--11 tamale and Erie think velocipedes
Kra. Stanton may come down on the.
new organ. -
Mrs. D. P. Bowers is still acting at the'
—The rush to the White Pine district
is still immense.
—Parhionable Parisiennes now wear
wigs of floss-elks.
—Thin gauze veils are said to be one of
;he new summer fashions.
—Mies'Adelaide Phillips sung at a con
cert in Boston last evening.
—Rumor says the Pope has sent for
Reedier to come to his council. '
—Two paintings, by Delacroix, sold
In New York recently for V 1,420.
—lime. La Baronne de. Rothschild
- has written a book of reminiscenses.
-011 Monday Boston celebrated the
anniversary of the battle of Lexington.
—The Republic of Cuba has started a
journal in New York called the Revolu
—One of the most gorgeous of Queen
Isabella's coaches ts now used by Ser
—Napoleon has decided not to erect a
signet() his mother, Queen Hortense, at
—Lucille Western played Nancy Sykes
st Salt Lake City and the Mormons were
—The velocipede is an invention that
travels fast. It has already reached
—"The shoddy of the heavens" is the
poetic it name given by a Boiton preacher
—Two new Cunard steamers are,being
bitilt. They are called the Alleluia and
• —Offenbach, who has hitherto confined
himself to light work, is about to write' a
grand opera. I
negro woman, in Caroline county,
Md., has been indicted by the Grand Jury
—.laekson Raines astonished both St.
Petersburg and Copenhagen last winter
by his skating.
—Qn the 18th inst. South Mountain,
me — , Gettysburg; had a covering of snow
several inches deep.
=The Pope is going to dub the French
Prince Imperial "Roman Patrician"—a
much sought for title.
—A valuable gold.mhte has been open
ed, or rather re-opened, for it has teen
worked before, in Milton county, Georgia.
*I —Eight tlionsand pages of correspon
dence on the Alabama question, have ac
-cumulated, and we are still where we
—Three mad dogs have been killed , in
Lancaster this week, and quite a num.
ber 'have -met violent deaths in Chester
—Hmrvard students have begun their
base ball season. The University nine
plaied the FrealUnin mine last Satur
day and beat them:
-Llteport still makes tilt formidable ex
pedition to Cuba, remain at'New Orleans
fitting out; it ought to be very formida rs „ .
ble indeed by this time.
—Magi / aid hue million more women
than she has men; BO it is not much tg be
wondered at that they are beginning to
think about their rights.
—d man named Win. H. Duckworth
shot and killed an express messenger
named Jay johnson," on Monday t or.
noon at Cumberland, Ps.
Aniericans at Dresden have or.;
piked a base-ball Club, aa a manifesto.
Von of National spirit. The English
lave a cricketclub there.
-Signor Bertinnatti is the new Italian
minister to Washingtoh, in place of Sig
nor berrtiti, whanis forced to retire by a
painftd opthahnie direasee . ,
Georgia paper says the people Of
that section have made up their minds to
ralattheir own bread, and . that the , plan
furl hivivut in about forty per - cent. of
corn,, ten of oats, and fifty of ootton.
few years ago, three or four gold
flsii were taken from the , fointitittnear the
Capitol, it Washington, and thrown into
the'retonute, aid now that fiver has a
ittuiterints and, glittering ihmYpipulation.-
--;lnformation indicates that the red
skini`OntemPlate a raid,uPon the whites
in the territories more • bloody Man the
Wed has yet suffered. Such being the •
case it Is Owe* to be wondred at that
Colorado longs to cease being a territory.
Ilindoootop, when a pie o land
, . .
Ca: . 74 - 4cil.`.
is in controversy. two holes are dug in
the disputed'spot, in which the plaintiff's
and defendant's lawyers put their legs,
and remain there until tired. The client
whose lawyer first becomesi wearied loses
—The National littelligenew newspa
per, which has been the organ of eon many
Administrations, does not appear to befit
a very flourishing condition. The other
day its job printing office, with type,
presses, &c., was sold atauction for about
—The New York underground street
railway bill, just passed by the New York
Assembly, makes necessary the destzuc
tion of St. Peters Church; and the Cath
olic Telegraph asserts that any attempt at
Ruch demolition will meet with forcible
Rhode Island talks of showing her
indignation to Senator Sprague, when he
comes back from Washington. It would
ben good plan for the inhabitants to
gather upon the borders and refuae to let
him put his foot within the state—in fact
to make him step over it.
—The King of Greece on a late tour
through a portion of his dominions saw
many evils of which he had heard little
at Athens. The means of communica
tion are even worse than in the neighbor
ing parts of the Turkish empire, and a
swarm of greedy officials retard rather
than encourage industrial works.
—Philadelphia seems to have none
whose business it is to remove canien
from the highway. On Friday a mad
dog was shot at the corner of Fifth and
Filbert streets, and on Monday afternoon
the carcase,rotten and dead,still lay there
doing more harm, perhaps, in those three
warm days than it had done when alive.
—The Erie Dis patch says a young lady,
at the Porterfield mill, near Tidioute,
tracks eight thousand shingles every day,
and earns one dollar each day, as much
as most of the male laborers. She has
kept this up for the last two months, and
says she will henceforth pack ten. Is this
not a strong argument in favor of female
—A Philadelphia drayman has invent.
ed an "Oatometes"—to save time in the
feeding of animals- The machine in
question turns with a crank. The horse
or mule sits uppn; his haunches and
straightens out hii neck. A peck of oats
is then slung into h i m at a single revo
lution of the cylinder, inside of a minute
and a quarter: ' -
• --The amount of "garden truck" used
by a 'large city is startling to persons not
in the habit of studying statistics. Take
Philitdellihis foi instance; very much of
her supply of 'vegetables is drawn from
our own State,; and yet the farmers of
Camden and vicinity have estimated that
0,000,000 baakets of tomatoes will be re-
Tared frorri them .for the trade of the
coming summer., •
•:-R. C- Harding, a young gentleman
from Chicago, l started with three friends
for New York last w e ek, en route for
California. They had some friends at
North East, near Erie, d stopped over
to hear a concert there. - On Saturday af
ternoon they were shooting at a mark
with revolvers when one prematurely
discharged in the hands of one of his
_companions. The ball hit young Har
ding and he fell instantly dead.
Presidential Campaign Expenses.
The 'Union Republican Congressional
Executive Committee has rendered an ac
count of Its stewardship during the „last
political - campaign, by which it appease,
that the, amount of cash receipts was
$64,206. Of this,New York contributed
$8,399; Massac husetts, $6,105; Ohio,
$2,110; New Hampshire, $1,920; Michi
gan, $1,887; Pennsylvania;" $1,745; Ver
mont, $1,59t; and so down—Maine hav
ing given but $O3O, and Rhode Island but
$444. The diplomatic officers from
abroad contributed $4,492, land large
sums were received from postmasters and
'others holding Federal offices. . The ex
penser, of printing and circulating cam
paign documents was $34,740. Each of
the unreconstructed States received about
$3,000, and the transportation of voters
from Washington to the State election in
Maine, and to. the Presidential election in
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
cost $1,623. Other items swelled the en
tire expenses of the, campaign, so far as
the National Committee was concerned,
to $61,196. The documents distributed
'were of about fifty different kinds, em
bracing some in German and in. French,
and making in a 11.44,570,400 pages.
Tun plasT exhibition of the pupils of
the Institution for the Improved Instruc
tion for Deaf Mutes' was . held in New
York on the 10th. The Instittition was
organized on February 26th, 1867, and
now numbers over twenty pupils. The
teachers in the school examined the
pupils In history, arithmetic, geography,
and the other ordinary English branches.
Much interest was shown by the audi
ence-in the performance fit the pupils,
particularly at their quickness iof percep
tion, and readinesi in communicating an
swers to differentAuestions. The articu
lation of several Of the pupils was 'very
distinct, and nearly all of them could be
understood. A bhtckbeard * out MaP et
ercise was also , • A gen tleman ln
the audience stated, as a Proof Of theAin"
creasing recognition of. the articulation
method, Shat a clan had ,been success
fellY taught ,by, it, in inn Bloomingdale
f A.IIZW notion has been introduced at
social parties in 1 Paris. At the entrance
of the_ salon ,1,111 :placed a large. cov
ered basket coatateg small t omco d s
of flowers, and Presided', over by a mod
em Flora. Rich guest plunges his or
ber band into the basket and takes ep ox y,
which the women attach to their dress or
put, An their hair,>and the gentlemen place
in their -buttonholes. The latter prome
nade,through the salons, each in search•
of a lady wearing a similar bouquet to his
own;-, and when she Is found; be has a
right to' take possession or hex and retain
ber qe a partner for tbe'reskef the even-,
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PrITSSMGII GAZETTE TE
In Paris, nurseries for the care of the
infantaof the working mothers have been
established with success, and recently the
plan ' has been adopted in London.. A
proper house being provided with suits
tole rooms andeonveniences, the child of
KT mother is received, from six o'clock
in the morning until half past eight at
nightfbat such child must be under three
years of age. Nursing mothers are al.
lowed access once or twice a day; but the
infant, as well as all of the children in
charge, are fed on suitable food o las often
as needful—and the charge is x cents
for each child, or eight cents for two
children, per day, up td six r. aIL If the
child remains after this hour , ' t' o cents
are charged in addition. No ch id Is kept
over night. Care is taken to sure vac
cination and to guard against infectious
disorders. The attention paid to the
bathing of thechildren, to ventilation, and
other requisites for securing the health
and well-being of the children,' are wit
nessed by the mother; and she will natur
ally see the necessity for these things, and
adopt them, so far as her means will per
mit, in her own abode.
It -is manifest that an institution of this
kind can in many ways do much good,
and it would seem capable of being ex
tended so as to accommodate mothers who
may not strictly belong to the working
class, and thus furnish employment in the
care of children to many other , women.
The advantage of such an institution over
that of putting a child wholly away from
the mother's care, and even thoughts,
must be great indeed, saying nothing of
the abuse or misjudgement to which a
child is subject In the hands of a profes
sional. nnrse.,,- In point of expense, the
public nursery has much in, its favor,
while the strengthening of the maternal
tie "is of first importance. Amid the
plans and agitations in reference to the
woman question, this subject ought to
receive a share of attention—that is, if a
regard to the details by reform is to be
secured is considered of any importance.
—N. Y. Traquie.
Ilormonism—Brigham Y ming on the
W - ar Path,
The Salt Lake Reporter of the 10th,1
printing an outrageous speech made at
the Mormon Conference, says:
For one whole year the Brighamites
have deceived the country and mystified
their dupes, by a pretended allegiance
to the United States. When the late
Conference began, many thought they
would still keep up the little game of loy
_they even talked of putting up a
house for the entertainment of Grant and
his Cabinet when on their summer visit.
But Brigham had held in as long as he
could; the poison was in him and it had
to come out. On Thursday afternoon, the
last session of Conference, he took occa
sion to air his inveterate hate of the Union
and the country, and to show the bitter
disloyalty that rankles in his black heart.
And, ye Gods! didn't he belch it forth?
For one solid hour every epithet that a
vile fancy could suggest, sharpened by
forty years of practice, was hurled at the
heads of the nation- '
President, Congress, Army and Federal
1 officials in Utah, were in turn visited
with torrents of the vilest billingsgate
that ever fouled the month of an outcast
from the slums of the Five Points. The
strongest terms of the English language
utterly fail to convey any idea of this ser
monhararigne, to which (incredible as it
may seem!) five thousand women and
children were listeners! We owe an
apology to our readers, even for printing
any portion of this stuff, but there are
some things that ought to be published,
that the world may know Brighamism
pure and simple; and after ending it let
our patrons consider this issue disgraced
by such quotations fromthat filthy source,
and lay it out of sight forever.
Indiana Railroads. •
\ \The Lafayette Gazette says: There are
now, in running order, within - the border
of this State, 2,566 miles of first class rail
road. The tracks, engines, shops, and
alttheir property complete wee valued,
one:year ago, at $164.224,000. The con
striction of the new line to connect with
the Alton and St. Louis road is a fixed
fact: The Pittsburgh and Fort Wayne,
and the Cleveland, Columbus Cincin
nati/and Indianapolis Railway, guarantee
the ineans for building it. The routebas
been surveyed and platted, portions of it
have been put under contract, and all
will be in running . order by next fall.
The building of this railroad will give
two competing parallel railroad lines from
St. Louis to New York via Pittsburgh,
and both running through line coal and
iron beds between Indianapolis and Terre
Haute. Mans of the proposed railroads
will open the mineral wealth of our
State as it has never been previously, and
the coal and iron of Indiana will place it
in the foremost ranks as one of the best
States for investment of capital that can
be selected. It is estimated that the coal
beds which are to be thus thrown open
by these lines of railroad comprise an
area of about 8,000 square miles, of an
average thickness of from six to eight
feet, most of which can be obtained with
out shafting or pumping.
A DENTIB'r in Vienna recently supplied
Madame de 8., a lady 'well known in
fashionable circles, with a splendid set of
false teeth, worth about $200; and waited
with exceeding patience for payment.
Finding that the,ledy "male no sign," he
applied, after three months. had elapsed
from the date of dellve:y, by letter. for
the discharge of his , claim. No- answer.
A fortnight later he wrote again, in some
what stronger language, but received as
little notice of his second as of his first
application. Determined to have his
money, and to be evencwith Madame de
B. for her discourtesy,, he inserted In a
smallsuburbanpaper the following ad
vertisement::; i A magnificent set of self.
adjusting enamelled teeth to be sold dirt
cheap. They are daily ,on view In the
month of. Madame lie 8., (full name,)
.Stadt, So and So street, No, --," Then'
he cut the slip, and enclosed It to the
-fair 'defaulter in an envelope.' Tittohattis
liter, his billWao paid; end ..Madame de
B. hoped, ita the paper in which the 'act
yertisement appeared was an insigeg a tnt
one,,that she had' heard the, last of.ler
bargain; but the leading journals of; Vi..
dna have got hold of the story, and,no
teeth have made , such a • sensation since .
Cadmus' famous crop.
Joan Iltramide was asked, "Ilow fast
does seund travel?" and his idea , le that
it depends a good deal upon the 120180
you are talking about. "The souud,of a
dinner•born, , for , inetance t .travela half a
mile M a second, while-an.invitashun to
git up in the morning 1,. have : known to be
8 quarters uv anfiqur Role up pair, uv,
"bars, and then not JieT• o*i**lefto
be heard." ' • • , • ,
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1113 DAY, APRIL 22 , .1869.
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aidliataintra sad Daideril '
bunps, /Lamm, .Chande
AlllO- LAMP COODS.
Alpo; MOWN AND LUBRICATING QUA
thece,nter. &Ad an d
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the top orthe can. 1 •
It Is Clearly, DietlietlY had Perniaaratlk
by tnendy: pladalr tbe 3311/1111 of the fruit:the
can eontalus opposite the pointer and sealing In
the custoMary spanner, Noproserrerefirtilt or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
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NEW SPRING , GOODS
THEODORE F. PMIL4 I T,
87 Market Street.
Prints, Molina, Dress Goods,
FULL LINE : OF
57. MARKET STREET. Si.
(Late Wllßoll. Cur & C 0..)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IF
Foteign and •Domestic Dry. Goods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET.
Third door rAars Diamond Allen
PITTSBURGH. PA. '
THE BEST AND CHEAP.
; ESToPILNO AND ORGAN. j •
Schoniseker's Gold Medal Plno,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The- IiCHOMAOILICAR PIANO combines W the
latest valuable Improvements known in the con
-struction of a first class instrument. and has al
ways been awarded the hit best premium ex
hibited. Its tone Le full. sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for durability and beauty surpass
all others. Prices from $5O to gleo. ( according
to style and Mash.) cheaper than all other so
called first class Plano.
ESTRIPP uOTTAGIO ORGAN
p n d ds ci antg. t ti
the ad t
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of any similar Instrument in the United States.
It is simple and compact in construction, and
not liable to set out of order.
CARPENTRIViI PATENT VOX HIGIANA
• TRrAtow" Is onlyte_ be found in this Organ.
Price from $lOO to "M. Allinaranteed for five
BARB. , KNAKII
• -- wo. 12 et.. ariAn. STREET.
pilicosAND ORGAIO-4n en
sire new stock of •
NNABE'S lINRIPALLED . risliol3;;
RAINES BROS.: PIANOS:
muscat 'a 00'S ORGANS AND MisLODE
ONES and TREAT, LLNRI4I , 3 A CO% ORGANS
LNromoDzoxis. • ';
deS 43 MI minks. dole Meat.
No. i 0 Sixth:Mite Bt. blaii) greet;
ISuisesasorik,to qr. . steam* a. ocKs)
Hare just received thetreirehdly selected stock
of Spring and Hummer : Moods, and Mill be Mott
to show or .sell them to old ontnew En•tainezi,
The Cutups Department ted, still be su
tended tor Mr. V. A. MUHLANIIRING.' • •
/ ti/Mtsbnissne In emu ' dUngtkenbove
to the Uwits sopport et The
mbllllBl ' ~ . W. 11,MssESTM:;,
• (Law pit!er Ina Ifespembelde.)
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. 1 ' GB, NOTICE
GREAT AUCTION SALE
• CONTINUED, '
, ENTIRE STOCK . OF .
Fancy 11°04 , Hosiery, Trimmings,
I FIIIINISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, !rt.,- &t.
' No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
avirtgiatliMmilpirerlgeAr.°P.k No. A 9 %Fell,
we hsve removed the entire stock of
MACRUM & CARLISLE
From their old store,
N 0.19 FIFTH AVENVE,
And will continue
DAILY AUCTION SALES ,
Commencing THURSDAY. April let, at 2 P. X.
and at .10 A. Y.. 2 and 7F. x. every. ds here.
alter until the entire atockls closed out.
H. B. EINIMIsoPt .1*
MACRITII ie . CARLISLE invite the attention
of their old customers to the elegant neW stock
they havemit_oeued at their new store. No.
Pip TH. N
New Spring Goods.
A FULL LINT
In Jaamet, Hamburg and Swiss.
At the Lowest Prices.
IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS.
LACE COLLARS. mew style,
SILK SCARFS: for Ladies,
CORSETS. In white and colored,
VALIZINCIEUMS Airtl TE1122111:1,
Money and . Maltese Laces.
GENTS IFIIIBNISHING GOOD,
OP ALL DESCRIPTION&
Jockey, Dickens and Derby Collars.
WHITE STAR SHIRTS,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
BIACELI7M, CILTDE Sr. CO.
Vi and SO Market Street.
New and Handsome Designs,.
NOW OPENING AT •
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stook
of the newest designs nom the FINEST STAMP
ED GOLD tothe CREA.PEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. R. HUGHES \& BRO.
WALL PAPER. •
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN ANEW PLACE,
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Sir
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING D
iIBEETINGB AND BATTING.
HOLMES . , BELL & COy
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
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aLes TO 'TREAT ALL
private diseases: Syphilis la all it, !brine,
unheebeis, sliest, • Stricture,. Otchitis, and as
urinary dieeasei, and thp.elfeets .of mercury. are
&memos" ericated; spermatorrhea or . Semi
nal Wewkness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other, causes, and winds produeea
acme of the following effects, as blotenes, bodily
weskness..indbrestion, oonsumption, aversion to
'society Iminanlinels, dread or. Shure events,
loss of memory; -indolence. nocturnal
and finally so Prouralisa tko er e! in tern as to
tender marriage Astise facto. .• an z therefore
imprudent. are pennanently cured. Persons at.
metedwitti ;these or any.otber delicate., intricate
or long standing constitutional Complaint 'Matta
give sne Doctor a trial; he never lift,.' •
• A particular attention_give n. to all Temele °OM-,
plaints, Lenkorrbespr Whites , *Mims or. - Diverts ion'or Die „Womb, riestitbi s
. prangs,: Aatenerrhoew.- lienorrimpla, - .Dyeatens
aorrhoesh atotbserilitY he ilarrhancess are Meath.
ed alth tno mann% mummy. . _
• /t witevidenttliat phyilissii . cilko ,
himself exclusively to the study or a certain class
• or siAlres4 Mitt treats. tainulande, even
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OAItPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
We are now receiving our Spring
Steck of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as good stock audit
as low prices as any other hO4
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
BruSsels, Three Plys and Two Plys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOVARD,, ROSE & CO.,
IN THIS MARKET.
We etelP l 7 request, a oomoarison ot
• Prices, Styles and Extent-of Stock.
The largest' assortment of low priced goods itt
any establlstuneut, Ziott or :West,. , ,
mhl2 lABOVZ WOOD.)
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3-ply and 2-ply Ingrais
The, above Includes an. the the New
Styles and Desi Ens, and are , now In St
and arriving, to be sold
LOW FOR PASH,
OLIVER II'CLINTOCK & err
23 Fifth Avenue. i
SIVE TIME AND
Hare Now Open Their
New Spr4ig St/
Fine .. Car 1
ROYAL IMO a-1
TAPESTRY I VEI'
English Body , Ern !!.
The aseieeststytee lA,
in this Market. Our .11
the LoWEST. . . '.l
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