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IRE PItriURGII GAZETTE.
PENNIMAN REED & CO.,
AT GAZETTE BUILDING,
• We,. 80 Man .n. 12. 113troot,
P. U. pr.s - panim
T. P. UDESTON, t to".
""4111 Rl "' smarms zastaawx.
HELICON P. REED, 1
Deilvert4 by ,carrisr, - (per *eat&
MAUI tintwx Ineu. (per Y...").—•••—•—• Si " ° '
Elbe, redactions to Itelrabay• wad Agent&
TZIII.IB 111)}1 'WEEKLY:
Three Come., per year. by 1 50
Tire do. do. do. each 195
'l , ll orosOrteeoptia, to one addrees. and
one free to clob, etch
Find a Dental Establlshment at. 26' Penn
rireet: . Dn:Stlf,t. Ortlestl6. •
Coal Proprietors and . Others
WO save litigation by remembering that
senleedurlng.ten yearn Weit has been pat
ented try ,T. F. Keeler, le Wood street.
Card.=-Robotrictrltei, If. P.; Physician
for dlsegsee of Tercet, Lungs and Heart.
Dr. Mutter will Close hle onlce In Pitts
burgh, on Saturday ereutng. •Sprll • 27th.
Thou° who dogtrot° avail themselves of hie
experience, previous total; return to New
Yorsr, should doer , at WOO. • • _ • •
The Nor&Rio. of DiscoXo
when siCkneas invades the human body,
either through mephitic gnome or malarial
• poisons,atiiimbeti the organs which ought
to arrest thesethrough the
blood ere ovcrpowered, - Or rehrzeil In their
functions, there is -no medicine of equal
potency • to DR. KEYSER'S BLOOD
SEARCHER. - .
• ...Wig speak of-Di. KeyserNl•lltood Searcher,
and there/it/no other of any account in the'
cure Of dticate. •• Ail the cores that we hare
published time and again have been made
by it, and anythlng else siold under the
name of Blood Searcher, upon the merit,'
of these cures, is a fraud and, a cheat.
Hundreds; of .petions are deceive.d this '
way by spurious trash, that has no
more allinitY.Bor. tho,mlood of man than
the acrid poisons which it proposes to
'.' A7ladywhose child We are curing,told
no recently that she bud Bent to as many as
. half a down places to obtain Dr. KtrsE
BLOOD SEATICREItiand wdai testWati the
answer, "this was Just as good.. Another
lady, who Was intitiaLisi four bottles of
Keyser's, told us that nine had spent seven
- teen dollarafor as many bottle]; of spurlons. 77 l
Which luta done no kixid. No one who will
reflect /or a Moment can:help but detect the
Motives 'watch Imre- to 'seek - iiiMesition.
One man told us boldly, Meat he didn't care
what merits Were ennbilimil in It., lie would
sell that no widen he coiddlnake the most
Money; as if human health kind life wore to
be weighed in the ea'aYe'i with dollariand
eat yds out, end cal for Doctor Keyzer's, dna
• ital•Z m, other !:• r •
It..Rit , D.r....Ker3.91 4 1 Steed Searcher that
cured Daniel A. Boyd, at 313 Liberty street,
It was Dr. Keyser's Blood searcher that
• cured - .Margeret McFarland ,of-serotuls. of
„ nine years durationodter • she was covered
with sores. •
It was Dr. Keyes/is Blood Searcher that
• 1 : • P lett l' it li . ke th ys7gPl . fl b oOd w r that
cured Ann Morgan of cancer.
It Was Dr. Keyser's :Blood Searcher that
cured EliasGaren, of Vetter, of twenty-five
Years standing, when the blotches were as
. big as a copper cent.
I was Dr. Keyaerla Blood Searcher that
cured Ilarrhum Bruyner, of patsy.
. was Dr. Keyss - Na -Blood' Searcher that
cored Elliott Davis, of Wilkinahurg, of piles
• of eighteen yearn standing.
ike could Oil •nswspapekrritk; respect:7i,
hie certiflcatcs of its efficacy,ll no ed be,
Dr. Keyser'. Blood 8 - camber will cure in;
7 7 ikwlllremove'costiveneSs.. - :7 -- •
i It will cure liver complaint. ' ' • "
It will restore the nerves to •tranquihty.
it will invigorate the wcak.• 7 • •
„Itsrill cum dropsy. . .
It will purify ad the Holds of the body.
• dt - will neutralize =wily ; o(lhe stomach.
Promote healthy action of the
/t will infallibly restore lust appetite.
It will remoreftdm the blood. all
ous and hurtful elements. -
.7-AdefiirDII..KETSER'S 'swot) 4KM:tell-
EU, and take no other, at 140 Kpod street,
$1 per bottle; six bottles for I). '.
. 9011.11mUution reams-for ,ali *Ain .and blood,
• 7 - dfrenses, and for. Lung asiontisifielis,Ll/ Penn
• stiekifrois 9w If., ufaietp,ol. - • ,
• fresh supply or Crosse 'tad ..I.llnektvelPs
famous Pickles and 'dastard. Also very
. ckelOdkaietalleetis./Tilielw sou turbe.Y
Primes, Smyrna Figs. &c., ac., will be sold
at the lowest nis.ricet, pi**, stNe.: lx2l,od
erit'strVett.Oeihetly. .clty, . .
gel* greA .
go. !rid isio&trhich wet'
bell at the lolipst, eastern cash prices. and
cut goals in any length at the pteeo peter.
F: C 4 -• w%,i4Ar4": co.
49 - 31 arke t street.
Pero Diugsti, 'Paire.Prrigs! , .! Purti Drugs!
at Kahl 3 bruit's, Allegbeur. -
.TornioLicinors of 161.1
Finch's Di9.l4l4ery.,xo..vp,viti/.194 and 19.5
, . •
You. Can Mir
98 per cont. Alcohol ukt, Joseph B.l.lncles.
Ton Cali Huy
Earthquake-Two Manuel Shoeue
,Batitaings all rotfitaltlOO , -The People,
Rosh 'to the Miracle; -
'city eXPolieneerflin earthquake.
stock, at atmnt amen minutes before three
o•cleek thiii . aftetnoett, that will long be re.
membered. We were Bitting at oar omen
window, in the , tblrd shay of a brick build
• lag. S general trembling of the building,
oral Intifing , Orwirokiws,- quite -unotold,
drat attracted our attention. It felt lLke,
thorcaialta of rolling barrels noon ihe)OWL
er floor. Then came. a , pause • ef: a ' few
seconds, followed oy a trembling Bad
:-,icratingteolgraCOL.:the feholiv...b4b l Mt, le
ouch s forcible manner as to, !morello
everyone of the imminent danger dine
/liMemiltilfra :fled their ewe% rit , l &err,
onesoctsbt - 1116 iltreht fat safeth aud What .
was true of thin ofllcc, was also true pf the
.e:nt410 , 1:51 , lee far, - tik . " Ifb , eprild
, Inaric ectfacestand 3.rehtfillgliande were
• among the crow d that ftnuel their way SO
0111"Dirt/T$40/411$.64,4 - A u - .
bentattoti. Waded 46 , mind Abet pro
duced by the breaking of a car axle under
a may*** train: iribratiou or the build.
lag in which we write could not have been
leas tkanthreolnabea tuna- MPG to west,
pendulum wens: stopped, sit the I
plaater shaken from the upper ceding.'
; ji.O orllag : at: she m ameak Ire were
:thy katbekineofi Moro:: Wekarettb at, Ute,,
~..d.labeawarealtaltaktromf a illeiveadat
,ato mange on Mount street" Va,tiant.
. • • ier - a!Co.; crolcktty . tlnto.re
-•streettitipierge zur tha Atte &matt :beliftento
gaodafing,,f/Pon cirttort were
thmtheddotroln many ttptut„,hfroerins,
,013.•14100rt.a.f. - anct lee • pro,:
--: I Stiveinit
What Woman Cstr'DM -7
• The 3itlivisi*44.l9jscon.rin publishes the
:TOlitiwf g AVM.; flifinJinter
'prising taillat married in that city.:
lota:W at tbolisst, dependent upon
• berown anstsi Mfg adopted into sue
family of s. gentlemen in this City. This
gentleman was tratiaanthig-0 Plialuilea .0 r
millions of dollaragain - ftlly, smillitegloyeti
numerous clerk; and MCOULi 61.11.8. The
young lady Minded to was taken into tne
counting .:roonerand-reeT scow Poser - to the
position Ofelual-boolPhisep4etalut Mahler
of the Pease. She filled the Poaltbn
Performed the duties with singular nue.
for marrai.yeiffs. All . the
ignre , trunsaations' of , thOlSonse. painted
through her hands; the dally cash transaff
r - lions aims amounting to ggl,ooo to •5 0 . 00) .
Vie have had the satisfaction of examin•
rhla Out OC-hoolchi andstu truly sax that
no acoonntaris in saliva ea Md n allow 'a
• .hetter mend of nestne and aacurecy.
- Several' baniserahave • elm examined tide
wortthh7Oung-lady. and pronounce it
nigh faultless.' Th - e young Indy bus
ladiumett her, 'atoned: beracoonnto; -
• andllslt. ner Inr b" gton^ to` tate'charge of
the peruortul and household affairs of a
young business man ma neighboring Olt,
The Wheeling' • intahlornorr
Minnie :invent, who murdered her latie
girl at tbo Onion llotetsaveral months ago;
end his since been lying in hal Isere... o .n.
leg tripJ, died anent threeir elordrotte t t o y
morning,. da.turinatt-trat haid-hy
Johnsenilmir verdict - rendered by the'
. Jury thatodealloing seamed by °ensuing
von of the howele, hastened by her refusal
take modjMnaananoimlahment.o Timm
• " ie no doubt• - that.. the woman dellberatetr,
committed slow staelderby Corneal Of foOd
and niediehl /ad. , - It IN , the"*. Opinion ratite
jailor and. we beitere.of the pidstelun,that.
she ws.ln ccutditintb;Of toSenity.
The jury! in addition to their verdie Umlaut
ed resoluplocric for*`hit they were
satleded,irem"the evlderte6 before them•
, that thtsinsemuted *received irn Xelable
lautioxv. and,aundng at .413:6 . 11=1i of $. l / 1 3
pllar arldfils famLy
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VOLUME LXXX.IL--NO. 100
France and Prussia Dispute.
TUE BASIS OF TUE CONFERENCE.
The PowerS to be Represented.
ty Telerreph to the
FRANCE AND PEWSSIA.
PIA FOR TRY DELIDEIZATIONF OV TUE CON
Lon new, 'Aped . ..v.—The European Confer
-011045, %Well Is to meet In London next
month., to settle the dispute between Franco
and Prussia In regard to Luxemburg, will
be .composed of representatives of Groat
Britain, France.Prtutsta,Austria and Russia,
and the Bing Of Holland, as Grand Duke of
Lexemberg. It is tunlerstOCal the following
terms are agreed upon as the basis for tile
deliberations of the Conference:
Out. France net to enlarge liar present
"tit. The forti fi cations of Luxemburg to be
tn - ocuitted gm!. gismautle.l. -
.k. 34.1- Tea niters '1,01141011 statue of the
Greed Duchy to be L.certuanc,l met deter
milted by the Couttelna.:
4th. Final 11C . C1b1.2. Of Conference to be
guarnetend by all G,111111(11114 partlelpu
Loxoos AprU ")—\',.o —Console, 91%;
United S taten 'toads, 7.1 1.1 72!..:.; Erie,
42 1 .4.
LONDON, Aprll . 2 , J—/;, , ening.—Erle,:4l3;; 11-
linol9, 7 , ,!,.1; United State, Ikm,ls, Mi.
LIVZODOOL, April 2.O.—XEDOI.—COLtOII OS
cited. Breadstu ff :4 Ilrm. California IV twat,
1.111 6,1; Western Bed, 135.5.1. Corn, 4.1.4
Oats, 39711. flarley, 19(1. rork, 803. BA-
Lard Arm at. Iva 63.
Livrisrooi.., April J.—E.,vning.—Cotton
Vary active R a .I advanced Uplands,
12%; Orleatis,l2::,;(;l2%'. Oiler marl:els U.
Paasta saws,— April • States
P.suis, April N.-.l.iom—United States
/11121V111P, , April N.—Noon.—Petroleum,
rvaaropr., April N. —Mir:ling—Cotton
was actively maintained to the close. Mill..
d I lug Uplands 1.2.tti..y.;t1; Orleans, 12 , 4.6.19y.d.
The salon of the day foot up Anne hales.
Elancbesser market for goods and' yurna
w. buoyant. Breadatuffs closed arm. Corn
'advanced to lid per quarter for mixed west
ern. 'Barley as lad for GO pounds: Oats 351
7d per 41 pounds. Pets, .15s per quarter for
Canadian. Provisions firmer. Beef ad
tanned to 1210 Gd per bbl for extra prime
me.. Other articles unchanged. Petrole
um declined is sa. Potashes, 313. Spirits
of Turpentine,:32o Gl. /toalu, common, be;
axle, 9,1. -1-ts ad. •
Losnos, April D.—EIV/Zll/I;l—Brondstallts
firmer. Corn scarce. Wheat advanced 2.1.
11101 SOUTII CAROLINA.
Another'. Nana .Meeting or White's
•uel Illacke—Spoech by the Gover
nor-4: tine Platform Adop-
Telegra,li to the Pittsburgh GIZelt.C.l
Cotcynta, April .—Anottier Important
Meeting of whites and blacks was held to
day. TlieGovernorepoke an hour, urging
*the 'Colored men to attach thermals . ea to
neither the democratic nor repaid lean Party
~byi, nit and erray,themselves on the plat
n&libbidthricOO-partirathat doll Id
bo ocbiapiedhl common by note North and
, South, and all the people 5.:) ,, b• ito coon.
select moderation and patience, and prowls.
ed that, provided the negroes do their du.
CV. the people of the South will see them
odneatedandaccurod in; all the , privlllges
of freeman." -
A Committee on resolutions, consisting of
thirteen whites and Marks, reported a•con
servative platform, which was unanimous.
lv adopted: lt prbvides for free senools for
the education of all!lbildren anti the revie.
ion of. Jae end, criminal code of' the.
Alwarthereaolutlohe 'were adopted, Item
henry hi. Turner colored, of Washington,
made a opecob. Lie cared for no party, and
simply desired the rights of his race, and
would adhere only to that or
which insured all the privileges of
diehed, above all things, to see it
annoy feriae fell&tit h ieitl. that not.
U 404 the
Southern gentleman wasThelest sod truest
friend of the negro.
Hon. J.ll. Gibbs, ex.3layor, followed, glv
ingassetraneti of the cordial eo.operatiettat,
the people in measures looking to the ad.
vanceineut of therolored citizens.
• 'Tali meeting was else 'addressed by other
citizens. and a , 71r000 :terglng prevailed. A
mixed Executive Committee -of thirteen
was appointed for one year.
_Juag.,Kelley, of yennaylvartia. Is ...Peet.
&Mere Ooxt - lyook. -
iTAAOI A.ilasfletatileatailtrirseLag Salts
for Damages, for Their Arrest ter
T to Utterance's—a barsond
lug Tr e AAA AAA ^ArIrrIe472IIIIO.IIILIZIO
Illy Telegraph to thePittsbarrh Ilszette.)
San , Faascusect, April the demo.
loner 'Judge Deady thritGeneral
twsts liable for datuages for •arr n•tr and
1 traprlsoning yewpar for vs/sir ttedoonabie
language In exultal Inn over the assassina
tion of President Lincoln, sults aro being
aommenceththroughout Abo,littsto by those
at'te'sted duel ng
AlcllansaatedsbiaDai , Treasurer of San.
to Clara county, was arrested to.dav, at
Walker river, Nevada, and aIs,COU IMOY.
,Ttuteatenstro atOoklag fachar3eor cow.
iitone,lb Sharp Was %Malty destrdietrby Aro
SAN FitaNCISCO, AVTII `alt—Tbe
Stateq steamer SIPPOOIOI. (11)M.
al:0 , 11 1 a h•OMtnnin attired Late Aigbt. , •
San Fnancolco, prli ship Po
tronella, which left. thong in 1*
last, With about , two hundred coonet,
bjerbrlVll.P2. w,aaranght by rtnthocm
off Chluall4d , sti datuageCtbat, mo' had to
natal° Manilla: wh e she was
FILM NEW YORK.
(Hy Tolesraph to the Pittsburgh Ilarotte.7
rneW MAIL - eattAtnnt.YFtr.
- - Near:Your:April ille 2 West,
by the Allentown route, Including rltt.,-
and St. Lott's, wlll'elose at. 4 0. rt., waking
seven ,lady malls by tuts route for the West
' "ten amr. j -
Tho tog,Leverg no, lying ut Yier , Cy" „Sprtb
- .after, bunt - suddenly no &stunts' , ntight.
on board e6capad;exbot the esptrain,
ettatildOX 'easel a Ails • •
41, orge \lrwin:mixt°, of Sew ,YOrk, and
"e„ •!: 11. , holro; Of %nada:lonia, have made
A coil, ateJt for u eltaxoploath Ip of the
'United states, the Ineetntg to take blue° In
the Atbenwam, and the wiener
of the-dESA ite,Ter pans tO,be declared-the
The ateaul Or tow.. huh throo deaths among
P il l FAfteng°ollrMg thq .;;;
; u Conoilmiha ,voted./raidto 4 1 aptl - P rectoah, o f the sllpliesa•
late, for oaring ;Do Uvular the pdsearigens
oredrOf tOoaplp lervarla, .
Marder et Wilinalowtou, Del
ELldlaurox, bet, Apr . .—rusey Smith
areprletor of tau initials queen hotel, was.
rbtany steamed by Joseph Yratt, at the
lioususet the latter thle mottling, irratt,
made 120 attempt tO Cycape, but INAS prompt.-
lv arrested. Satins lived about 'an' hour.
The eauseot the affair is currently rumor
cci [to SvA beell!sciltcotaltit el:Smpropes
flers' , between Smith and Tratt's wife,
' Pcittnn Arms Sold.
.0 3 7 T44oB3lotit4Pllnt rittsbn ran tiatillted
DV,//tLO E - 2.—The Fenian arum
bonded 10 .nunaln ' , FOTO Mkt- atioattl thin
afternoon?' Thu attontlance`anin inrign and
blddin very lively, and tau Arras brought
_(iron* Fins Jct. TeZOIN
ST felairranlt to the ftlttsliziran Ossetia.]
Hew Oaxacan*. April 211.—Almost the en ,
tiro business - of Benham Texos,
was destroyed byportion
aro On: ttto gitlv ' lnstatit-
Th. , Pinelpal busineas bousos -were , des
87 ' C At T namfxrP, tUklrP.ti'Apc-n Jp—cot.
ophenhon, pkopo or of the Otopla
mason flow.Xl ol . noths, Woe tttlotl
S. -Luria ret ML—Tua , twaiclog—toooo
,wt Apalataa; its Eamaslikar,
was rObbalors 2 .UOoaltaturday night. The
FOUR O'CLOCK, A. M
Wsaataares, April I'd, IS C.
WASIStCHrSITIS Liquott CAD..
The Supreme Court t 0.417 decided the
Stassimhusetts Liquor ease's. The decision
is that the payment of tax under the Inter
nal Revenue law is no protection to dealers
la articles the sale of which to prohibited
by State lawn. The Court announced that
no new case will be taken up alter the ]sth,
as the Court will adjourn on the Plth.
aatSaSLS STara 01 . 11C.M.
General Onl, acting under ineiraetiona
given him while here, has detailed army
onicere to act In place of theArkansaa Stale
ollicers removed by him. -
tunics count. -
Alaimo Campbellwa City Fionesha; Judg
ment of Circuit Court of Wisconsin revers.
ed. with costs, arul case remanded.
The schooner Son Lion and cargo %11. Uni
ted States;Judgment of District Court of
Florida affirmed. The question in this
cause was whether cattalo permits Mimed
hyspecial agents of the Truants* Depart.
moot, approved by •tieueral Banks, then
commanding the Department of Nov/ Ur.
leans, null by hoar Adulloti Farregat, in
command of the Cult Squadron, were suf.
Ilcient to legalize the cotton Wade beyond
the lines of their depollute:its. The Court
he'd they were not; that the treasury teen•
lotions did not contemplate nor authorize
bitch permits; that they were m 'coal:not
with the st.ttubiln tliat . zegard, and could
only bo issued by the President. The mill
tart' commander had no authority to war.
- rant or authorize, trade tkeyoad his
the Secretary of the Tre.lBll6" could only
regutato trade under licenses of such char
acter alter they had boon granted by the
DECISION CONE LIMING LOST COUPONS.
A circular from the Treasury Department
announces that the Government cannot
protect owners of coupon bonds, payable to
bearer, lost through their own fault or neg.
ttgence. • Payment will hereafter Do mite
to the party presenting them.
1120C.TED TEIIUSIIIIS isarscroas.
The Tres.surp has decided to employ
moanteninspeotors for the prevention of
smuggling in the district of lirssos San
. Returns- received at. the General Laud
°nice show that overlvehundred thomand•
acres In Wlsctntsln hare bean located with
Agricultural and Mechanics College Land
Captain W. Y. Martin, IDMary Store
keeper, la .ordered to the Department at
The receipts from Internal Revenue to
day emounted to $737.000.
CUT Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Ouster.;
A circular signed by 1111 y of the leading
manufacturers of Now York, PnUactelphia.
Pittsburgh and hasten, among whom are
Peter Cooper, John Jewett a eons, and
others. of• New York; W. Sellers ft Co 4 and
tiemAtuitoek - ft ileac red others, of Philo,
dolphin; Cunningham ,tlhnisen.andothers,
of Pittsburgh; N. 11. ITard, of Detroit, with
others, has been boned, calling a conference
of the manufacturing interests of the coun
try to meet at the Astor /louse, New York,
on the htltaf May next, to.deliberate apda
the prment condltion and proepects of the
material interests of American Industry,
and torlecido upon some method of arous
ing pUblle intention to the eattlect. The
success which has attended the efforts of
the free trade league in affecting public
sentiment. by the wide spread distribution
oPpownlir deal:mina" through the country,
Is cited by the call as demonstrating the
necessity Of edop Ling some mean. equal 4
effiltistiit . j7to Counteract toe evil It Is alleged
to be worsting. This is the first note of the
coming great struggle for yet tngherdutios.
There pars been every strong impression
Prevailing in Washington for thepaat few
days that General Itonssost, who is await
ing orders; would be sent to New Griffith. to
sepercede General Sheridan.
Thafollo wing le General Sharidan's order
relieving one - of the sulker the Chief of
Pollee of New Orleans, for improper inter
ference with registration: John W. Doyle,
Ala totturGbief of Police: Slaving on the
fifteenth initant intimidated freedmen. by
Making • false representatfons to them,
thereby obstructing the law by causing
them to leave the vicinity of the registry
office to the First Matelot * . of this eltr, is
hereby discharged from the pollee Once of
the city. of. New Orleans from • Melva
Governor Ilahn's effort to induce General
Grantto anthaticelDenerral Sheridan to set
aside the recent election of the Mlsslesippt
Railroad Directors; bee 'not been success
ful. iierntral: Want declines to interfere.
and refers the applicant to the „President,
So Itcauregard and his ssioelatera still bold
eirothol Of the road.
Omaha dispatclita nay that the track lay
ing oath° Onion Encino Railroad, re-Kint.
%none:id on Monday, and will be prosecuted
vigorously. Tice arc at the end of the rood
Joe one hundred mites. Forty miles of irein
era now in °meant The grading win. be
done at the rate of two miles per day.', The
„i„letrterintuder ea Omaha notailod toi. So
'perintenderd tho road that he :Werafa
_want tratrepOrtatiOn for ACCOP:Opeendir of
Government stoma the Coming season:
General Weasels, at Fort Kearney, thinks
tea Crow Indlarie can bei • kopi, qffiat br the
presence of a larger force of troops than 4,
now at that pest. A considerable ithusber
1.91,. Moue, ere enCarnyee;o33-I • olr4er. river,
' oast of Fort Reno. Tiro Choyanna village
where the troops camped for several days,
was burned or: the ffith lost., involving the
loss of about one hundred thoniand dollars,
• CoSter wait • lull Owning the
Criejnohlffir, who had fled"nOrtribrard.
The Wescott Mum. at Lterosse, Winos.
sin:was P?Ourined by, tiro on Sunday morn. :
log. Logs M1,e0); insured for 1110,000.
Charles Lids, the man who shot George
Eller in the court room, in Pfilladelphlii, in
JAnnartlail isike'eirridgnied Or murder
yesterday. Lois charged Eiier with seiTWp
tog his 'dangler.
W,IOISI:nine. the. Mai ifiniged with Mid : -
deckle Mr.. Magdton, to Philadelphls, on
Thursday of lass week, still protests his iii
uoceneo, end his friends say that he leant.
ii,el.t.otenzeurritrytdta of insanity, beredita.
ry in his family.
Atia.J.illur Manley is this radical , candidata
lordly Judge of MaitlMOre. The
trire nominated T. Paiiin Soon., and the
conservelver ReVerdy Johnston, Jr: ' The
election takes place tcbmoricrw.
Arbolter It GI, Wreee.;the ' Geelihler
vorkinguten, On: Walnut Street, Cincinnati,
was plrtially:doStroyal by fire on Standar
mooning. too work of an incendlarr.
Secretary Seward left Auburn, N. Y., on
Monday, for Washington.
„113 n President iv announced U. kayo May
kretufrarltaleigh, North Carolina.
The National Union Convention at Santa
Fe. mu* manioc, - April lot, unanimously
nominsted Josepti N. Nal:lntim as ttifalr
chosen golegote to Conant*,
The ease at klarlillit - Cyan, administrator.
va Thom*, to tiMitoPfOoio •Corift of
Missouri, was dismissed for want of Ariz.
The trial of Samuel IL Wentz and Joseph
Itoierlb for embezzlement of the fonds of
the National Itieshanlez bank, of Nalmniors
commenced Tuesday. The former plead
Tito citizens of Halifax gave rmildent no.
ouundimentary dinner - last weak,
&with° citizens of Danville rubteribed halo.
ay-tow attgards, pliming a chapel for their
, ColOred aborg.
PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY. APRIL 30. 1867.
CITY. AND SUBURBAN.
FOURTLI PAGE.—The fulled and most re.
liable Markey, Ott and Produce Market Re
porta giros by any paper In the city, and be
found on our Fbarth Page.
Atuutversary of Young MOCI.III Bible
Nudely of Plttsbrargb.
The forty-ninth tuiniversary of the Young
Men's table Society took place at the First
Baptist Church, ltov. J. 5. Dickerson pester ,
last evening, Prof. Griggs presiding; Mr. U.
Exereiseappened with reading a portion
of scripture by Rev. B. F. Scovel, pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church, followed
with prayer by Rev. W. IL Wilkins, late of
this city, but now of Washington, Pa. •
Mr. David Robinson, Corresponding Sec
retary. read too following report:
At the hest annual meistleg.a resolution
was palmed changing the Annivereary from
January to April, to correspond more near
ly with the opening and closing year of the
State Society. Thu preeent report, there
fore, esters the OperritlOnS Of. thla Society
for the period of fifteen months. Your bo
elety-would like very much to prieent to
the Society at large, and through them to
the Christian public, many of the incidents
brought to the pollee Of the Itoerd at Man•
agree, in connection with the wore done by
the committees and imanta, but Line and
space will not permit.
During the month. of August, September,
and a portion of October, liar. George K.
Scott was sent Into the country with Internee
bone to make a thorough ranee:A of the
outlying village.) in particular, uod report
thereon. One of hie reports tontlin• tile
bellowing. statement: "J. bare vaulted this
:month ono hundred cud slily-Mix bundles
intho towimhips of Moon and ilubloion, of
whom I found but one without a litble, anti
that ouo by accident, This part of the
'country appears more thertimiLly evenirte
lined than any I have yet visaed.. Other
Items of Interest wore gathered by him, but
to October, at lila request, ha was relieved
from the work, since when we Lava had no
agent In the oounty.
Ter. W. Lone has been to oho employ of
tbo &mid since the la of Jaime*. lust, as
exploring and disttibutlii:: egenL During
those fourteenths, to the present time,. he
ban visited I,=.llantilitn, of whom he found
=destitute of the-114ml tf .Life. Ito ;top.
punth Id) of these free of &nu .of there.
=abider some could tot read Keenan or
(iceman, while a large minds. reinsed to
be supplied. It will, doubtleas, surprise the
Christian public to hear of such destitution
under the shadow or our churches, and be-
Weller doers. We may. Witte In excl.w
thin, that our agent has sought out the most
crowded alley% end courts, entering Into
tenement lonise. where there was a family
to nearly every POOM„alitl Where, it Is hoped
the meatier , of destitution greatly exceeds.
any that will be Mend anywhere.
The Influx of toreigebore population has
been rapid etneethe war, and among tills
class is the dearth most /olly prominent.
A majority of these are batman Catholies,
and cannot be expected to passes. the Pro
testant veralon; but, w bon our Agent lens
the wool "destitute," he means witliont
copy of any vent= whatever. Mach of Mr.
tong's time, by special request of the
Board, bas been spent In Bible reacting non
oenverattion. Sometimes a mixed Krone
of Protestants and Catholics WOUlt.i gather
to Ilsten.to lilm. With roneed curiosity a
copy of the Douai Seripturea would be
brought out, and while he read aloud from
the Protestant version they would note
wills interest the points of 'retentilelanee or y
divergence. The good i
such “reatillaipt" , in Londonsc, co
LiverPeom pliabedL and
[elsewhere, seemed to warrant Lite expert.
meets to our midst where the same class of
population Is so rapidly accumulating. The
•many incidents of whin Mr. Long has giv.
en the Board both veinal and written no.
' count trota mouth to month have uncoil,.
amides to prosectito the work at greater I
expense than was at and designed. The
funds expended Do this direction have
been, we truer, wisely bestowed. The re
melts we humbly commit to film who is
tomake the word effectual to salvation.
The expediture upon the home field will
prevent us from sending so large an amonnt
as lanai to the Parent Society. We tank for
teereasedoontribution from the churches.
While we should each year send more rat le
er Maaltalltritearry.the lieepal Into other
'lands, bow can we clean our hands, when
the terrible want lies so close about one
Bev. J. K. Miller has beenthe employ
of the society during the nine monthS, tor
the last tour mainly as collecting Baud..
Ile has received, In Cash and subscriptions.
4.l,Cati IP, paidhich nearly the full amount
has bean into the ?refinery. Wu have
received • flee hundred dollars during the
year from the estate of Charles lirewer, she
ceased, as will appear la the Treasurer's to ,
• Of the unexpended balance upon hands
at the beginning of the year, fifteen hun
dred drillers wait met to the Penesylvenba
111010 Society. We hoped to have the pleas
ure of sending them a much larger earn
VAS anniversary, hut are allexPradomel•
The becoming year incur seimboentenn •
at. Wa must nos Onions, but far more, We
ought, not toshandort any good workbrgitu
—we should not be contentith seeding
the Parent Stalely a few hundreds yearly.
We wish to raise ton thousand dollar, to
'name s we milwe oar appeal to 005 1 "They.
Mown our filltegolirs; Permitter the Bible
who are faithful for their Lord, are wise for
themattivelo • • D item toms,
The Troasarer, James Babb, Lee.. read
*he following report oratiedlunnmal ell:edi
tion of the eocietyi
Ames Robb, In Acalalt with the Young Ifen's
Bible Society of Pita/Airy/1.
JANCi!tly 4 Week
~.• • til
“ Sala of Scr!plume
o In!. on liana:Lan Fund
1 1 3 1.57:0 (41 ou
s etrn ,thuv rett riamili ts, .........
for Minn. K .
. . . . . .
', Printing, etc el IM
,t.. 14646.00..40. 614 /...11ti ' 7, 11 , 1
Rom Dr. /dela:Limy. Ltbrazlan.
.Le following report, read by /Ir. I). Rabb,
Book. an band. .1.31 S I V4 1 . 0 -4 17, . 14
tr. A vtgai t ^ b+% Vig 911.t.1
... , niArare vol trr u i m en . ... . ,
-TO Lcialee!SceilitY,l•••• 35 $ tn. 25
rienatiOnito inivia , la. lir Li .in
Agnt, nein W. Long.... 2.14 • 1.77.15
-Penna. ASA. American •
13ocites - nl5 109.0 a
Salsa In Degiceitrervii. F .. 1184 401.15
Volumes ... . .. Lea TulN va1.177.;.50
. Leafet: o f
vols.. leo& Valne...,Ko.so
- -At the eWse of the reading of the reports,
Itaf. AlessrlerAlturk. editor of "Clark's
College Visitor," delivered an address alter
'which 'the audience joined In signing a
de . : A. Y. 11111111;1m, or the liefortneB Pres
byterian Church, (0. 8.) then delivered an
Itr. John F. Loy reported the • names of
the following persons DOLOlllated to roped
seat tile relipeftive churches named, who,
on motion, were unanimously chosen.
/int rriehlterlan 7 ippla *Oita', David
Brook,Saeond Preetry.totitut—Jobn P. Lop, A. r..
2Mlrllrrembyttrlaii—Joa. P. Griggs, Wm.
P. f T ou amon.
rth Preabytirlim—.W. D. Ethelnbart, J..
• Central I'restryterlat!..-,4ltorte 8. Bryan.
Siunuel ZWIAL• .
81.tUtPttattletbA--.14r.:7II08. A. Ilex, r.
Tina RafOnue.l. hisbyterisiti—ltabort- C.
alltler.N. A. May. •
&mewl Unformed . Preanyterlan—.l4mo.
B.Aftent r linutOldoUram
Pint U. P. Uharch—Aß.AlcQuliton,Ja.o.
BecanQw. r: Cburoli-Wat. Floyd, IVm..
• Thlrct aatich'--Jae: B. Bard, Jon. B.
(earth U. P. Cborob-Jamos Robb, Wm.
o:2`s - Cluarokb.:-WslaaJfiinslirllas.
at. Andrim4,l4llsoopollon-M. A. Wow,
ward,. wouwg. • ,
_,llignagliPlammtlanr-mtrunot,6o , l ,
If. :Fan uatt,
tit. Toter's,lsqopal Inn —Dr, E. N. I lurts,
E. II Ilter.
. . . .
!shorty Street , .if ) FrrTWiti. U.di.tricatd, J.
Christ M. E.—Charles C. Scatfo, Minuet
Smithfield Street IL Brickoll,
liceileltireeht Jt . r Sono Walter,
B. F. Kerittedy.
Weeley Chapel 7 4B: . ergs Idotmor, folm U.
411•1 8 4. 1 g.,NY1:71:takn i s lil , W. %flllc Moon.
liouth l'lttaottrith U. Corker, C
illr ammo aWndiilM-LFLaaaloatai
n atlayl9, jag
M. E.—Albert key, Frederick
Evangelical cineeciation , 4. -Anydor,
East LibertY-Prilsbyterlan—G. A. Berry ,
lt. C. Totten. • •
.I.awrenceville First. C. P.—R. Cummings,
East Liberty IL P.—.t. Cunningham, Jsa.
Birmingham U. P.—A. N. 11. , Gonigle, leo.
Mt. Washington P.-8. Cuthbert, Wilson
Calvary piscopal, East I.lberty—Samuel
Martin, J E 0t.11.11111.
Birmingham Lutheran—Michael ' Ern
stein, C. F. Blanked Mk.
English lutneran, Blrmingham — Jas. e:
Johnson, Wet. Price.
St. Petals F.piscopal, numainelmm—W.
Barnes. J. G. Darts.
St. Marko Eplacepal, Birmingham—N.
Jones, 0. Ormsby.
Bt. J ohm's EpiscopaLlAtvenceville—T.J.
Breret .1. Chlshat, Jr.
Grace, Mt. Washlngton—T. J. Blzharn,
First• tvangelleal' Llitheran—Thos. IL
Lane, Chas. A. Geksenbeimer..
second Evangelical Lutheran—ll , Rage
man, L. Kim. • ••
Cumberland Presbyterhm—Anthony Lew.
iw,kirnest W. Ito
o rtea ,
Grace glen. n • ea—Mathias . N.
llain Ilion, Symin wn.
First M. P.—CharielfrA. Stevens, Jamas
Union Ileptha—Thos. W. Davis, M. E. U.
Fourth 11pp:4.4—James M'Cune, William
First Welsh Congregationalist—D. B.
Evans, D. 0. Jones.
Welsh Ilsptist—Wm Reese, W.Owen, Jr.
Trinity fierman—lleary Demmler, Frank
Plymouth Congregationalist—F. Woods.
Lawrenceville Presbyterian—Robert Da
vis, L. S. Johns.
Lawrenceville M. E.—.l no.Wilkinson,J no.
Est. Dr. Fells, ReeretarY or the PonotlYl
- Bible Society. by request, made which
remarks In teetotal tO las work, atter which
re,olutlons were adopted thanking the
speakers for their addresses and the Des
, tern Inc the aso of the church.
1 The Board of /tanagers were requested to
meet Thursday evening, the Nth or Way, ton
oho purpose of organizing and the election
. away op a brief Psalm, the lienealc
tipl pronounced by, the pastor. ReV. J.
Then/aeon Nod Hamlin Cabinet Orison
Unites ton considerable extent the power!,
.of the pap. Crisp= with those of the plant°
forte, and It much leas expensive than
. 0.11 sacred music, and much
secular inufb—all, indeed, which requires
sustained tonea—it le superior to the piano
forte. It is equal In the quality of ha tours
to the beat pipe organ, while its act ion Is
much t=on quick, at/tinting It to the moat
rapid mule.',ln addition to these goal
qualities, It }at other Important. advents
-gee. title esider to loarnto play open -the
piano; and Mite who plays but very little
can derive Up& more pleasure from it. It
Is very mumrlinats... Ilableto get out Of order
or out of ttsLa
than the piano. It la made
a greater v Pity of styles. 90mm styles
am amongst a UlOnt elegant pieces of fur
niture ob able, while ethers, to plain
Caere, am fain tithed at eine quarter the price
of a good piano. The Cabinet Organ occu
pies touch legs space than the plane: is more
Considerint these goal qualities and
pyactical advantages, it is not surprising
that the Meson ..t.Hamlin Cabinet Organ
has actileviall seen Wide popularity within
a fewLyearsi .Wittain that time its mane
lecturers lisere found It necessary to In
crease theft manufacturing facilities six
foal, and yeatave rarely been able fully to
supply thedwunied. It is not unreasonable
to believe that the Idason.t. ILannlin Cabinet
Organ is destined to more general use than
any other large musical instrument.
Tot awe sot vet bonnier with the Cabi
net organ, It should he explained toot it In
a reed Instriltneut,'lnnug a very Wiper/apt
luiproveniend apes the melodeon, barns'
nitnouniilio:er recta °now* or 'lustre
merits sad clue. /t was Introduced
ow:1Y ilea moms tm Meson b ilitittlin..
who had pre* lomly been enOnSed to the
manufacture of tuelaloOltil and 1111121310111-
011.. and clenends in eonidderable Measure
for its excellence upon several 11.0prOV.
MIAMI which, /sling patented. Cannot be
employed by other makers. At first it was
dallemt to attract the attention of must.
elan., from the fact that they were very
generally, and not =justly, prejudiced
agalut reed lutruments. hut the merits
°fine Cabinet:Organ have overcome this
prejudice, and it has revolves, within tau°
lee years, an amount of annumada.
ilea from the best lIIIMIIIei.III of the
country never before bestowed on
any Instrument. A. majority of th e
most tratu e n t organists , plontete: cam.
p.Lorfi, and musical directors la the COM.
try have elven sirliten testimony to the
great value of the Improvements effected
by M. it 11., and to the fact that their Cabi
net Organs are the ',vit. Instruments of this
general claim In the world. As manatee
turas sontetimen Indulge in loose stmts.
',bent, red pectin such matters, M. It 11. In
vile attention to these recnmmendations,
Wprmtal In tell in their targaretrodars.
hoa la menurecturer-Mta -each testimoni
als, he Is sure to print them, and when 1,0
c fe a
nn that. he ot show thetin to
Thints IL LIMN to L.-
r hu them
Muria .0 Hamlin. Win constantly exhibit
ed their Cabinet Organs It competition with
all other Instruments of this general class
at the principal Industrial halm of the
conntry, and Lave beep awardal the alum.
ilLe, raltldirlt is tense c•ne set Tana vs
SOVa.. Inc extraordinary auml or of MTV,.
'TWO edil.l) VG eLLII:I4IIEDALS, or Whet
highext minimills, inure thus been *wend
ed them within a row yeses for Important
IMMOTOllletnet toribetral by them, and the
superiority of ' their instrumeuits to all
Mr. C. U. Slidlof is the exclusive whole
solo find retail agent for toe Meson It !lam
lin Cabinet organs, for Pittsburgh and
Wcatern Pennsylvania. anti always hue the
choicest assortment of them at Wm mule
fauna No. bl Wood street. Call and ace
than, or scud and get a Cire . .thlr•
According: to the. Testlosontale In
the I,o—ession of the Indian 1 leth ' (rector.
of 191 Liberty street, he hue cured since MK
November, (A rues of rheumatism, Gil
caps CS . enlatittiPtiOn. N 3 cases of dyspeps
sla, Ns/ Cast, of general debility, to ea see of
chronic diarthrea, Su oases of • Cancer, 250
cues of °CM° ills, 75 cams of stilt rheum, 'lb
eases of (mottle complaint. tl cues of est/.
ma, r. marts of parely4ls.27sessesoi costive.,
nesibf years standing, s O cases of tiropsY,
It:teases of Inert diocese, 140 eases of liver
own Mole t, and many owe too numerous to
Acv person tionbtlug this statement can
call and eat/MUM _tbe.. teitiawassii 64 . the
°Mee; 11l Liberty street.
When I applied to the Indlaniterti Meter
I had a moven] pain In my breast, reeding
of the alsinailan.aeraneaa In the right side
and ea/Alleging t 6 nlghla IMO less of sleep.
I thiabghtl ebuld not liven weer. Timeline
tor hue cured me. God bleon him. May he
lien long to cute this peogel. • . -
Witch I called to son the Indian Harts hoe
tor I thought I had the Cothintriptosa. .1
have been under his trealtneht only one
week. 1 navegalned Elsa .ppanda, aitd me
ebuKli Vidal the breast I. entirely. gone. 1
eonitl nut sleep nor Mt but very little. I
ainaluteat potroctl7 cured. - 's
, • •
. 4Zt 41 1 4t11.7 aant
Me.. 11 Malone, 'Mansfield, ha, lavas boon'
cured LW &taffeta Plartteott br th e herb
My wife has been doctoring for fifteen
kvitest.. She never get any' relief ',anal she
commenced with the Indian herb Doctor;
wile ha...cured bet. Ifer disease was one pa ,
Collar to her sue. Canner. Ihrcroar.a,
Stove btohler..Liraff , s loneKtry•
- %Marla of apelnatlale,. 4allegee.
hy . county, was cured Of beret ula by .tho,
Herb neater.' - • • .
I hare beret tronbled vdth putrid sore
throat fur snare years. I have Jason wing
• the larlian Dueler's medicine for it, awl I
*feelo1,•w&II ever. 1471/ellihr.
/ - , Si. StrKee Sc Giat. Glue Work&
' Was almost • living akelaton with
lartghtfa - disease or the kidney.. The herb
Dower has cured tan. .I.ldoteroovu r .
amoul Hanle. v. 11.. lt. Depots;
./dra../limes 31clienna, Fenn spoot,jo
Improving In. health very fait'uader
theseqteab Rector . *tralltae:
I hale beento
lishlet let amen year"
with liter complaint an dyspepsia. Iblett
moat skilled doctoral none et diem
Q do. our way .m. &knitted to . t4e
reit/a/U. l mitt ap Doctor who bas
has Cored ate."
wan Carpenter, Webatcr street,
' My child rm. covered all over ha head
and face with a seal, IL least la Quarter Of an
lnell-thlok". it WY called aorefula. The
Ijech,mooter has completely surest 111 n two
'weeks: Alec lastarenveut, Dirmusgiumu.
I went to Philadelphia ana nor treated
without any benefit by the doctors there. . 1
rent-net% W l'lttattertett and consulted lily
Indian /lore boater , * treatment; an& be
-has cored me. My disettee spot bordering
en consamittlon, -
gra /fart. I.ollan street.
• Ws, daughter has been Corea of the itch
by. the Indian Iterb Doctor.
Mrs. Maar ' Mast Manchester.'
I have been tronblerlWlth eranlyenas,yer
twenty put.. The herb *actor, has guyed
me. Mrs. liounneter. Mahelleaker.
From a Poatmaatert 1 would recominend
Va t r,..n rs irx ::;!..101;°,:ttatts.`,1 2 4:1
Toe poc tor 'a
pleitluir 4.4 . al et I s
A regular monthly ineoting of both
branches of the lay Connell was held last
evening in their respective chambers.
There were present: Menem. Armstrong,
Drown, Crawford, Gallaher, Dickson,
McCarthy, McMillen, McClean, Morrow,
Phillips, Reese. abipton, Tanner, 'I homp.
son, Wilson and President McAuley.
The zelnutes of the prertoue meeting were
real by Cleric Elorrow end approml.
President Mognley read the rovignation
of Mr. digismand Loon , , es member from
the Third went, on the ground that he was
about mooring from the city to Peebles
township. On motion of Mr. Phillips, the
resignation was notaeoepted.
Mr. Phtlllpe presented a Petition from
Messrs. James L. Lyon it Co., asking for
permission to erect telegraph lines from
Illtriterel Street to the O'Mara Glass Work• •
In the Ninth ward; provided, that the poles
be of a pattern approved by the Street Com.
mlttee, and also that the city have the
right to wei add poles for the fire Alarm
The petition was accepted and an ordi
nance granting than the privilege was reed
three times and passed: -
' Mr. Morrow presented the potion of John
Flinn and slz others. residents of Locust
street, Eighth ward, for • water main on
Locust street. Read and referred to the
Mr. ablpton i)resented a communication
from the City Solicitor, relative to the roll.
amnion of the laws and ordinances. lie
stated that the digest wan now ready for
the printers, but he advised that it be de
ferred till after the forth coming Meet/on on
consolidation, as material modification
would perhaps he then rendered necessary.
Mr. Phillips moved that the COI/IMM)
lion be rocelved. and that furthernotion on
the publication he delayed till alter the Oc
tober election. Adopted.
A communkation was read (Mtn the City
Solicitor in regard to the killing of a vole..
bin horse try falling on the leo In Inuniond
alley, recommending the passage of a reso
lution authorizing the City Controller to
rectify a warrant, In favor of A. M. Brown,
E.g., for SIX/ In full payment. of Mahn of
Moyers for life of said horse. •
The communication was accepted and the
resolution was read three times and pas
Mr. McCarthy. from the Committee on Ur.
dlemmes. presented a communication from
City Solicitor Werth', on the subleot of the
orrimanoe In referent:at to lotteries, ittv
log It as his opinion, that It was a matter
not within the Jurist:lldt= of city Councils.
The Solicitor had also examlued Ulu peti
tion In reference to the remoVal of dead an
imals. The Board of Health had authority
to make such contract nut contemplated by
the petitioners for the rellioyal of dead am
netts. lie del not think 1t . advisable for
Councils to interfere In the matter.
The communication was read and refer.
red to the OrdinsinceCommlttee. •
A coininnnication Was received from the
City Solicitor In reference to the corn piecing
of house numbers on Smithfield street.
Ipad and referred to the Street Committee.
The Street Committee reportedita truprac.
Meanie-the petition asking for an ordinance
for the opening awand grading of Hill street
in the Eighth rd.
The report of the Street Committee sru
accompalned oy the following ordinances:
Per the andintt and paving:of Bedford
street; of Pasture alley; of Mercer street; of
Boyd Street; of Townsend street; .paving of
Crawford street; grading and paving of
Morris street; also, for the construction of n
sewer on Strawberry idler; from the west
ern able of Grant street to Liberty street;
also. for the oonatrnetlon. ofa public sewer
on -Fifth .street b . (rate ;Wood to Market
street: also, for the construction of a sewer
on St. Patrick's alley from Vet, Bream to
Miltenberger street, In ithe Eighth ward;
al., an ordinance for the grading and
pallet a - reprint 11115' between Moms and
Baldwin streolle; also: an ordinance tor the
grinling and paving of Beatty's alley from
Green to Denweller streets, in the Seventh
ward. Me. woman read Mee and laid
over ender the roles i• • i•••_ _,-
Tae :street Committee also reported in
reference to the action on the ordinance
strutting prlvMege tothe' Pittsburgh, Alb,.
ateny and Sividoye -Garden • Railway to lay
their track on Band street. Afteroinsitter
able debate action on the matter was vast ,
poned till the next r , citim meet leg.
TtiaTevort ltd - Chr Water-tertualuee was
read and ordeeed to be printed in the
G.ette and Dinatch. and with the annual
pamphlet report of Committee. •
Au ord Manta for the glutting and Nellie
of Poplar alley was read twice mid lead
over ender the rule. .
. . -
Mr. chiptort presented t h e roport of the
C. 110111460 on Gas lighting. coverinq re
commendation. On motion of Mr. McAu•
ley Mr. McMlllen In the chain the re
portwas no:opted and recomelendatlons
Mr: Thelma offered the following resolu
Remlied, That the Gas CennDanY ho ne
thorned to inY, at the ex - penae of the city,
a gas main on Washington street from
Wombo Grant. Mewl three times and
Mr. Phillips offered wisenheimer, anthort-
Meg the Mayor to Llano a deed for the sale
to Jam. McGregor of the Good Latent En.
nine Horne, on Wylie atreet, for al,:au.
Moan three times end pasetelL
.Mr.2nompson Dream:m.la bill from the
Ntwant litrare Jiro - 4:oMltan7 .g a in s , the
city for 4 for repairs on sand engine
house. Re gh
ferred to . Committee on City
' common Legge:it.
!feathers eremmt:"lfe4.rs.narnhll4 Beck,
n oR " g r .h.c." min, Fawcett, Font, Ifare.
Hemp ltoome, Jone., awl,teeny Sle•
tjuewan, Meadland, McGowan. O'Neill,
httebel I, Rob , cean, Reed. Ra•nlck, Robert..
The minute* of the preceding regular and
epeeist motifings were`weal and approved.
• • Mt. liken presented • a' Otition lrom the
Prmident and Managers of the Pittsburgh,
Allegheny mad Manctiester Vassenger Rail-
Waye.himplary, asking for the passage of an
ordinance granting the Company tweed.
Mon to change the Arnett on et. Clair street.
front Liberty to Moen. An ordinance grant
ing Um privilege Irked tor was offered. road
three times nett dually passed.
Mr. Rabb offered a resolution authorizing
the Market Conlinatou le.aphroldiate all
Merewee'lrt rents ever — present rates for
stalls, etc.. to paying for the improvement%
in the Market Houses now contracted for.
- Tar. Clausta presented Rom the
to Wonders Ineweente Com.
tunny, ittlatlve to excessive usessment on
mid Company. Referred to the Committee.
, • for.linerlirrpresentie a petition from lit.
Managers of the • soldier.. Mounteentar.te.
societies,, asking that the firemen be atlas,
ed ILlM'Ptltylirge rif Competing for the prize
how , rarrittne at the fortnconsing fair. •
r• Mare Stated that it'. WILD nancoessary
tO grunt the privilege asked for, as hot aua
company in the city deeired. to 'enter Into
competition for the carriage. The fireman
414 not Mliend hereafter to be made eat's
Mr, dire dlifnet censider that the gen-
Melee. spoke for the arsenal, nor dial he be
lieve that ha fully appreciated their patri
otism. Every company in the city would
enter, iota the Competition If inn portal.
siortealtedlornfast greeted theist..
“Ilert•M•gtieganittated l that tie' was appos
ed to ro-openlog the door, giving firemen
permission to collect Tammy from our burl.
time oleo. li:alle_frororatio to the object of
the late, contribute towards
it, he did not wish to see the firemen ea.
ca to pay Are priem,
roe the how carriage: • • • -
After some further diseorsion a motion to
suspend, Um titles was last ilif.qo following
Ayes—llarnhill,Conniin, Hemphill, House,
Jonas, lictlowan, /tobb, Seibert,
Sloan, Varner, Weiss—hi •• i• • •
• c&ispi-i.dlonir,..illogi.• Hrtiab. , Ford, /late,
Manninney, llebman, • Reed,
ltoenieket, ltoberta, Ten , dluson, Weldon,
Mr. Itebinan presented a petition for the
oreottbn of two public grin lamps oO Con-
4/ c" -I* ,,..rgerteei n gf re e
Mr. Conran Offend the - following res
ilterattorf, Trait a CoWienittee consisting of
two from tho nelect and three from Aso
Common Council be appOintod to des !so
and adopt Inch measures ss they may deem,
expedient for securing tbe best sanitary
condition of the oil y ,
to act in conoort
and its thrill:odd 01 ilealth, and
further, that they report their action to
(Warmth at thennext mooting. '
. Adopted, arid Mesons Courant, Acquit,
oft titre el ), tJ;
• A:rerun% wise pr olog Ad train therlilan e
eanigitttetly embli A resolution for the
Valnont Or Joseph Mestizo ALMA no for pa-
A. Walnut 'stmt. - BePOrt accepted encl
„,-;4l, =;! 66°l4(m.r&Lipigacott stake.
peralersien today six hundred
foetal ,tour inch water pipe from Ponexyls
Tanta ayettue to their factor ,y on Iduwaidis
Street, was read anti r9rOried to ti Niqtyk•
1711 1 i L ng ° 7or f
privilege Of constructing avower from A.
heliley's meat shop on Water , street, to
connect with the main egg lend= from
Wel •-• to: tee n kiver•
erred star Committee.
„Ajtorcunanee far the grading and paring
of nub street, from Penn to Hurler streets,
was ressitliree n Mineg End Usti, passed.
Vininelhi Mie A.l.ldexnett.
1 i. 60 40 13 04117. Dineerwet..-rron s.lli
gtOttf:2l,lWerlrtkiree roar*, waedrowned
Dort, 0 ,, 4 ,4. 1134 , rZe r ripBef i aleFeer
of o olcur in.whietbe a d a d
eX.r/Ortlee trent 71rZM'a . cor.1 wOrka.
.Wbero timy ware empinyed. Lila companion,
being nide so gar% get. 9, :191Atto WHI
aM re drowned. ing pod . y 4 ws. recoered.
oqer; Chimr:gm bel,lP.an Inn neat, and a
Nrenliot 9fi'acyldental doatt" wys re 448114.
A ••l.oeni" Cruelly Mold
Somebody on Satnr.lay proiented the "10.
cal" of a cotemporary with "an admirable
photograph" of "Jefferson Davis and his
friends." The recipient, In Ste Acknowledg
ment, stated "the group consista of .leffer-
RCM Davis, Job. Stewart, Joe. Johnson,
Quartermaster Bolton, Gen. Hood, Adj . t
tien.Cooper, Gem Lougstreet, Gen. Bragg,
young Lee and negro Jerry"—"taken from
life at Richmond during the war"—"the
likenesses said to be admirable." In "local"
even recognized the "Ohio , of longstrem,
having seen an elegant photograph of the
"extinguished" et Lamp Douglas. Chloaird-
Of Davis ye local further nays the "picture .
represents him as being In worse trouble
when it was taken than now, when ho him
self Is learning to take pictures."
That . soinebode has perpetrated a cruel
"sell" on ou r "local" friend. It was, Indeed,
cruel to thus Ito woo upon the young manes
credulity—and then to hare him, in his In
nocence, tall the public the joke. The nut ,
WOO represented In the group are Ken
nedy Robinson. of Schuylkill, designated
toy' local un "Ilm stern statesmam" the
member front Pike, (Mr. Westbrook) as
"Jen Stewart;" lie. Markley. of Plilladel
"Juu Johnsou;" "chino host" of
Milton's hotel, Ilarrisburmall "Quenelles..
ter Holten ;" Prank Mailmen; of Bucks, as
"General flood;' old Phillip Breen, of
Schuylkill, tin "Adjutant. General Cooper;"
Peter Collins ' of Schuylkill, as "General
Longstreet;" George Quigley: of Pialludel.
phln, us "General Magg;" Philip Long,
of Cuniberiund, as "Young Lee;" anti the
colored waiter at Motel as "Mu
negro Jerry." 'The picture was not token
"%luring the war." .or "from life at Rich
mond," but at Harrisburg, I'a., during the
late session of the Legislature, from the
balcony of Itolten's hotel. Those represent
ed as "extinguished COLlfederlit." may
hot consider the "joke on titein," but retie.
er feel complimented, If It be thatlllelr
sympathies were with the "secesh" during
An Allegheny Trimming liesise—A
• Nevi /lent lb new flood..
There has Jest been thrown open to the
public in Allogheny City a first chub trim
ming and n otion house. it seems bingo/sr
that the energetic) business men of that
,dty, and they are numerous, permitted
Pittsburgh to enioy, undisturbed, the trthe.
n.ing trade from that side; but a decided
effort to keep at home and so carry Pitts
burgh trade across the river, will be made
by the enterprising arm of C. Wattley.t.
Co., who have Just opened as tine and Mom
te a house or this Character as can be
found est of the mountains. They are lo
cated at the commodious mud palatial. Stand
formerly Occupied by hinder Blair, ea •a
confectionary, on the corner of Federal
street anti South Common. ltecently refit
ted throughout on the most literal scale,
this trimming store IC one of the neatest
and most Inviting of either city. The stock
of goods is large and carefully selected and
Mims great inducements in Quality and
style to lady purchasers. Every article of
goods is new and fresh, and has been mark
ed down at 'nines extremely advantageous
to buyers. Lady reader. will and full lines
of embroideries, lace goods, hosiery, gloves,
r !Mans, white goods, corsets, balmorals col
lars and tlell, gents' and ladles' furnishing
g goals, and the. thousands of yanken.
notions of 'use and adornment, to,
large variety and chelce assortment. Trim
mings of the latest styles intrainced In the
old world. end fashionable In metropolitan
cities, will also be found, together with
every item of stock kept in similar first
Mass houses ilealitii; in this specmhy of
trade. Toe numerous departments have
been placed In charge of polite and attens
tire clerks, and the business of the house
will be conducted upon a thorough system,
so that shoppers will and It pleasantteebe
stow their patronage upon the new arm.
peelers and all wise buy to sell again, will
and the wholesale department well stock
ed with Just such goals as they want to aup
ply their trade, while the most BDeral pri
ces are offered. We wishthe no w firm abun
dant success. See the 'advertisement In
Death of a Worthy Gentleman.
it is With no ordinary sorrow that we an
nounce In another column the death of one
of our most wortbrund - respectable yOnsig
ettlrenr, Mr. William M. Connelly, 'winch
took place on Sunday last, at his parents ,
residence In Vila city. lie had been suffer.
lag for a long time Past with the inflamma
tory rheumatism, and although rut down
In the bloom of youth, Ms den,h was not
entirely übexpected by Ida friends. Tne
deceased w a young man of rare good
qualities of head and heart; and his death
has proven a sad blow upon the hearts of a
large clrele of friends and acquaintances,
here and elsewhere. Pious,worthy, honest
and Industriou s , he suceeetle.rtia making a
name tor himself which will long live to
the memory of those who enjoyed Inc pleas
ure of his acquaintance. R 0 trust are this'
be has received the reward of eternal hap•
illness, for which his erhole life was an ear.
nest preparation. Ills parentemur relatives
ltrve our earnest sympathy in this Char
dark hour t,f sorrow and tribulation. The
funeral will take pleeethlamornlng at nano
&mock. from tbo residence of has parent..
No. 1:a First Greet, to proceed to St. Marrs
Now Jewelry kora. •
Opposite the I.: errs /11111,11nir, an Fifth
street, there has been opened up In 000'M
those tnagnlficently finished salesrooms, a
drat class Jewell y establishment by Megan.
Wattles A Sheafer. Although a new dam
these gentlemen have had large and liberal
experience In the business. Tim scalar
member, W. Warren Wattles, has been over
seven years Identified with the Jewelry es
tablishment et J. id. Roberts, while his
partner, James Sheeler, has been a long
time et Wattle's jewelry store on Plan
stieeL They hero opened a splendld'and
varied stock of due Jewelry Wlll4OlOl,
elocesoiliver-platod wawa, ration marble
gouda, Laney articles, and everything nanaP
ty kept In similar drat Maki house its the
same line of trade. AS both members of_
the firm are rarebit and practical watch.
makers, they Moan to .pay especial attens
Unit to that department, and are folly corn.
resent to titre abundant satisfaction to
patrons. We cheerfully oommesed. the new
house, No. 101 Filth street, to the pitteeaage
of our frieuda. knowing the proprlettire to
bo four dealing; business gentlemen. See
their card lb another column. •, . • •
George A. Cualfdln, agent of bonus, (Mal
tam A. Co., mode information before Jae ,
tire J. ti. Smith, of StoWartatown, oluirging
lira. Ann Orr with' rualte/Ons misclaet
tearing down tenor. and grapevines.
The ease was nottleilbyilao defendant pay.
lag fifteen dollars for dismissed and ate Orate.
et the auit.
Jamen Moore. Valloglleeter . Of the Sharps
burg and Lawrenceville Bridge, made In
formation before Um same magistrate,
charging John Bendier wan treepaas. in
rathstag to pay tits toll and Miring. over'
the bridge ate feeler gait than allowed by
law. • - after a. hearing the . defendant Wee
tined fire dollen and meta • •
. . .
Hann+ charged Constantine 3ccr.,
41011,1.1,1111 w, with hover- Wild' 00111,11111011.
ir. Minns brouclit cloth to thenhop or.TOr.
on for the parptite a haring. a snit dothns mato. The dentndeao Ailed to
aske the clothes, and refused terhetuto the
ehsth. The Cue was Atsmissal. by .t[ortion
reformat the goats and rains. tne ants •
Toung: Sews nn Association..
The regular monthly meeting of 'the
Tolmg Men'; Christian Association wllh
held On last Saurdim nightat that/alpha:
land Presbyterian Church On Sixth attest.
Thau was n fair attendande of reembefi
An amendment, to the Constitutor!, which
hp.; been oropoted at the last meeting,,
low lug !attics to become participating mem.
bars, wt. taken up and passed. Other mat.
me,, of tatorest were Msonsted,,avul• ari
amendment . of the cOnstitatTon changing
the time of the monthly meetleiee from the
foartil .sturday night to the Math Toes.
day night was proposed.
• A list of one-hundred twenty.elght
applicants far active membership was road,
and referred to Cemmlttee on membership;
Allow the Waal devotional artratlaa l Ull-
ll'left bissllllue. ' '
Au information was loads yesterday ;be
fore Uniteil§latea CoramloalciaorliolaMd.
by epeuhil 91hcer I.loorg liaysori ui
wil!ah p. flnilauhcr, rcithilti on w4tar
siireet, Is charged with carryi an on the btii•
non of a Meitner contrary to Min rehuire
menia of the Internal tiessois L•ws Is
alleged - that ilia teen se4 boa liatad op • ls
• illicry In rho collar of Ms boas°, autt boa
I ^ lled to comply with any of ttu prorlaloas
of the law relating to the 41.4t1p§tkur or
liquor, The oase earue np before filo Colo.
Issiorier yesterday afterooorr.• whet , 1134 a
a...boa waived a bearing amiantereil hall
Mr Ms appearance In no V01, , 114 iita4el4.*:
tact. to ans er the Burge.'-
• Feisbleonisie Clothing.
34r. Owen Byrne, 1 e fashlonaloterneas
ant tailor, No. 14 Willa etsect, 'Make.' the
enliimpomacut In Our .advertlalag,colniiiii
that ho has received, direct from the ins.:
porters. a second arrival of choice: pfoing
good - . far geutletnen , s yeas, fie h ee
Annuitant Mime, nun auwonexatoStie
moors MITI good bargains In the prei a., /
neat littlish fashimishle garments, We
that 11 is not nearsarr hero to refer to the
high character which Mr. Anus enjoy. us.
Ms hush - tem, bug will .1.7 to-out ISNYIert
that It 1$ y:law& for them to flroplunad
emtrgune his stock and iNntro bin Fict%
PRICE THREE CENTS.
This venerable church was crowded Willa
utmost capacity on Sunday, morning—al
mmt every individual—old and young, rMh
and poor, belonging to the pariah, were In
attendance to hear for the last time their
faithful "and much loved Pastor. Doctor
Swope, who, having resigned his charge
hem, will, on next Sunday. assume the Pas
toral care of Trio Ity Chapel. Now York, to
which he has teen Called. The sermon on
this occasion was exceedingly apprOpriate,
affecting many even to tears. The Kee.
tq , eaker brictiv adverted to his ministra
ions for the past seven years. Ili. labors
and trachings s and their effect on the spir
itual life of his Penp le arerecorded In Heav
en; andhoth minister antl , iessple moot an
swer to God tor duties neg i ectedor oppor
tunities wanted. lie believed aid prayed
that los work had notheen in vain, but that
the Divine blessing a - mild bo vouchitated to
both. aceerdingly as they had faithfully
served. and worshipped oar Divine blaster.
Dr. Swope has approved himself among
us as a gracione, aide and efficient minister,
and a inner exemplary end much esteemed
Man. The people of Trinity Parish will
long deplore the Providence that removes
him to another and larger field of %medul
la Oil, where, we 'IOWA not, ho will earn and
possess the esteem and affection of the per.
ple—hnt not more heartfelt..l educate In
feeling than those ho leaves behind.
The Mercantile 'agency - United States
Staginess Directory. tor . Ito.l, Is now ready
feidellvery. It Is designed tomoet • want
long felt, namely, a classified list of the
different branches of treio In all parts of
the United States. `This work le a complete
business alretory of New York. Boston,
Phila.:ell - dila, Baltimore, Cincinnati. Chica
go, Pittsburgh. ticw Orleans, bankrancisco,
Charleston, titchmund, Memphis, and over
eighty inner cities, together with every
other locality of any mornentin the whole
Union. It Sea besetlfolly printed quarto. 9:))
pag Noriparell inns, well bound, and can
fait to be useful to the mercantile
community. It will prove an Invaluable
accession to the counting room, audit, sold
at the exceeding cheep price of $2O per
oopy. , bee advertisement.
Sunday School Institute.
The Pittsburgh Methodist Episcopal Sun.
day School institute, to be held at Christ M.
E. Church, on Wedmrday and Thursday.
tholst and 2,1 of May, promises to be an In
teresting affair. Rev. J.ll. %lucent, ofNew
York, the Conductor, Is on author of meek
merit in this department, and in Seirno -
lodged to be singularly gifted in this wor .
Great sueeess has-attended his efforts hot
in the M. E. Church and In union mectin
of different denortonatiOna,: for the promo
tion of the Sunday School cruse. Sessions
of the Institute will be held morning, after
noon and evening of both days, arid will be
open to the public.. The Maths of the teach
er will be presented by select speakers,
males of teaching, and in a word, all do-
partments of guaday School labor will bo
reviewed and enrißlderea, •
The body of the man fennel hanging . by
the neck on the Premises of Mr. afcGanni
ale, in Chartiere township;' on Sunday
morning, was Identified yesterday as that
of Christian Dingle, aged twenty-six Tenn,
eonof George Dingle, of Birmingham. Be
left his bome on Wednesday morning , of
last week; borrowing twenty-five cents,
stating •. this Is the last money ever
trouble you for," since which - time he had
not been seen. sad it was supposed that he
had drowned himself. Lie. was considered.
insane, had been an invalid • for tome
months, and frequently threatened to de
stroy himself. Coroner-Clawson held art
inquest and a verdict of "suicide by hang.-
leg," was rendered.
An Offlee Sobbed
The office of Mr. 'Hammond; on O'Hara
street, glut, ward, was entered on Sunday
evening and robbed of two pairs of pants,
loonsitwo coats, three walsthosts, one key
flats and boa. eight white starts one pocket.
book, containing a photograph and Six dot-.
tars In money, ode blank writing desk with
s leather strap, one set. of silk handkers
chiefs, it ea.:lees diamond, s bank-book
with acoonts , for 0731, one amount book, two
razors and case, one whin handle, and one
slicer watch chain. Mr. Hammond is agent
for ari eastern iron firm. and the officels oc
cupied as a sleeping room by his brother,
who was at church at the time of therobbery
Auction Male of Carriages.
to-morrow afterrioou. • at Bbaffer's car
riage renosltory, Diamond etreet, mutt. Lib
erty, there will be sold at auction, without .
reserve, buggies, family haroucbes, buck
wagons, Jagger wagons, and other kinds
of vehicular eoevegances._Those in need
of anything of this) nature should not fall
to attend, as a rare oppnrtun , ty will be
afforded of securing desirable articles at
low prious. A lot of harness will also be
.I'. A. McClelland la the enc.
Committed for Fortery. —John 11
Beck, charged on oath of W. 11. Casaiday,
maniere! the Second National Bank, with
presenting a cheek at that institution call.
M,gfor two hundred dollars, sand purport
tog to be drawn by Carrier & Baum, lumbar
merchants, bad a nearing before Alderman
Donaldson yesterday: Qn the .trial, it ap
peared that the accused had hems in the
employ of Corner & Baum, baton - the day
On Whitdi the alltalal lbraorr. vas -commit
ted. had been drinking nomewhation Pan=
and didn't know exactly what Me ....Ln e:.
log. The manner Thick thumbed, was
drawn and presented was. anthelantt. proof_
[this. Considerable sympathy Mora
le9toll towards Mtn htY all. the parties pres.
ent, but as the evidenee was Wear the
man had no otuer • eburse TA pqrsue than
a:Puma Wm. lallotablt of ball. to wooer at
Court' • ", .
• Toe "WWssts etroart.".theCitinaty Com
' missionere pee, if, was la laiPnOn yelL
terilar, hearing the applications for tavern
license of patties rosining betwnen the Alle.•
emir Abooinizahela rivers. .Thore
ito s very hone 'fittenidander. aro:busbies.'
seemed to beArintistablitillalli 00salderable
olvatcb. To nay the appti.=;lema of par.
tie* rocTding Smith of the Mcmcmgaingia and
Ohio rivers wlll be hietarA; lanntonoorrotr
those of parties residing Santini Ole Alle
gheny and Ohio . rivers:' Tao applications
sanater.- two hoadrai, SOT 3wanty.two,
..bout one.balf„ ot RAM
burgh son Alleaberci: City. ,
Wallet lafit.—Oar;veryyrocthyArterad, •
MY. Jofut If,' Korrit, Lay ..Itlaalonary, cm.
hottinitay eyealaylimf lost a vallutaantain
papersl l =teal ' -4 3 =
g Ae he trujoarred-oirther 'treat bY a stran
er trie t
w ..4.03 , 4)tr0W 4,15• ami on Els
ore.; hore .oarries Itis , ,With d. et in an
inside pocket, so jUliga that some oliireird,
picaprialtaa 'ln the operation
of his eionevti/Cfatenctairilllorriata too
ellafitatie belieyo he was sobbed, aunt if
anybodyqmeloand the boor they:cart re
turn it to :2113905m ; •; • •
poen g the
,voziderfeleentbnnaLor the AlloOebTeenan
Goan et Mason% HalL -Thin Allentratton Of
tn. yule.. SinitJohn hes betokrebelTea
everywhere wittienthnehtem: end no' doubt
Ann elnelnannoneeeneoo4thelent wilitio
'entlfetenCto Cal l *nth Cenenon boom.. The,
nintlibitlOn hvl6 I,3tlitedlstee the 'Rolm*
110 * al W li/enSW 1..0hl l en..Ci l n 4 e4net i iC
d h s l••nd t
enVconnyrle o gn th il . hiVhum re c venhea
ehAlOnnan tie Isle pf ratauur.', - .
—•- • •
Visitant", of in Styleol•cawawk who.
want to Inenlahlbeit'new - rteitatneee with
.I . 4mlturo and engdnaLlAMe 'old, .will be
int crested to, itugw : , 'whore I.q._pwrelmpo
logood advantage: Et th e witentive rooms
of doeoPn Mane a non: raoramenttbneni,
and al Pork liwo.t. , wiliiiwg*wkwd - a:l4rgp
dealing men and worthy of pabliti yam-
NM Cell And eptintne, choir stook
_at .the .
g . ,opolsor Khoo Uolase.—Vie wen
the attenl/oard the parvhasleg, petite t 6
theadisertlsement titAlbree.S Shoe 'store, in
to-dSVISPliger: Ids.4llbraa tutsjavtlsoctiv
ed a large and varied assortment, of Doody
and shoes, and ladles and gentlehseros
mon% Which he iln"easlood , botore 'the
CMG riot iciekt,inct , tiill.4 Um. it tow
num. - .iv...arm la anacolugstodulog, up,
fear dealer, and =every max wor.
tisys.tia urdlestted- Palo9dage' of ;caw,
The .L.`"/ llit
Robber'. at the Rental' raetqh.
illarrOW. ',Whited , Cailleaurdey,
bd op .ath.L. retesAcUrnm ono,
. ro bbths- mit:Raney tame ltraln blererrh...
telaa , acetheat. , las 'Obratbla-K . , to
jill la y. default of 1 1 e5 13 4 7,43 .045vii oa.ll l ,
Dadlesied.—ibt tier sarill II h
.I*.e erected on Nixon eircui- t
-War Allinkhea.7l,o4li.7 , llll fora:milt awl-
COtßuquay. The pamor.l*. The, Elev.
a..11(0.1ri from New Calitle,"lttre he OM.
SUPSCAVI Y mialsier.for some it:twin MIX'S.
• • •
Hotel sa7.—Durtng saiday allibt
some person entered the RNA Don itotqh,
rasa. taiar.t.tmr, thiesirh-tho cellar, rob,
bad itastagasy_Elnssrar !alba . bar. Seam of
aro or istalAol/ar, aal lain cs o rsi . mt , : off A
the .ilonlee. oboes t o be
erected In tho i 4 trettath r0rd...4 the cornea
tit/nurrllln and 'Ectoet. strbetd, arnl prapo,.
nnlnNe *or tn:lngnetedsed [or the work:
Aglitter" 1.4....thig TM, I:0040h Val
7miarat9 n 1 aritseel to. Ilrte4tos larqtrAus.
r 47 001 344% AVitactUuCat Y. IV. Blottrerk.
This Omni'? 'ffilmallwrares Comrtialloia
.xpeet 1144 esaar At Um /LUMINA
delyo Deal la—J. a. Butler.Esq Stith
ward alderman. on Sunday held en Memel
on the body of Conrad Badentlel.% who died
rather 'suddenly at his residence In Do
coesne IXwonah. Be look BI oath 'turtling
and Yon:alum, and the beet Medical efforts
felled to afford relief, the sneerer exptrintr
from exhaustion About cam o'clock. Sanest
morning. A Werdlet of death from natural
causes wee rendered. •
CitliilrOßD-.-9W21.311CY. — 0n Monday. the
:Nth Inst.. st the rssldintu of lira- YtnaL, on
Y.:n:lrib caret, by the itsv. J. B. Brown, Yr. A.
B. tatiWyolll). Of Ptdisdelphls, and Miss
Cala GM Y SWELNET, or ahl. Ott.
WIY.MCA.STLE'--4.. Monday morning, April.
itias BALL LI N. WAKMOMITLX.
The tunes' trill take plane on WED/MDI7;
1 /.7 Isl. as 10 o'clock a. tt.. from Its residence
or ber essAker, to Last Liberty. Ciretartaa Stu
leave Petra:Lan eennpsou's, carter or Seventh
zed natio:Laid streets, at eSiss'eluelts
CONNAJLI.Y.—Ift bunday. April Inn, 1!C at
WILLIAM x., man of ettarles awl
Ann Connol.y, ."4 5 year..
rn. , ..1 will proceed to et. it.,ral CenletetT.
it/ o'clock Tan atomise. from ITS Tint street.
ATTIOAN.—On Sander taeraind April Nat.
sheet eight o'clock. EMMA NATTEOLN,Ia the
yearr of her elle-
The funeral will take Ida 4 tom tee residence
[deer soother. No. 113 Great street, rats err.,
how. at S o'clock. Tea friends of tee tamllT
a,. respeetfully invited to attend.
I.:I:WM-101 A :4 0 V-1 3 3: , 0 3 WA
J6l: RODGERS, UEDERTA.
• Kilt AND KILBALMIR, successor to the
late Itsinnil E. Radian, No. NM Ohio Street,
three doors from 13401Ter. AlleglAllT 4.1t7. M.
Laldlc. Rosewood. Mahogany, Walnut sad Host•
wood It:Motion CoMns, at the lowest reduced
prices. Rooms Oven at all boars. day sad ntsht.
Hearse sad , artlasss furnished on abort Waite
and au mom r.uou.tde terms.
ALEX. LIKEN. UNDERTAKER,
Lo. I&G Fourth street. Plttsbagib, Ps.
Cx , PriNe or LU kinds; CIU.PLE, GLOVES, and
PT., dew/1016a of hoard Tandstallts Goods
fornlsed. Rooms opened day ws.l night, Beam
sad Cassius& Esralslied.
EzsrassoscEs—Rev. David. Zere, D. D.. Es , .
M. W. Jszobas, D.D.. Thomas EvrtaSt, Z.S.•
H. Miner. Esa.
R . T. WHITE & CO., CHDER
TABLES ANLi.llf BLURBS. liaoches
ter, Wood's Ron and lalail[7. Boom. at
allaatasstar Llwara etalde,,eornsr Bbseleld and
Chartlara streets. tteatau and Ctatiagas tar
branlift! .4.10 tre-sere,” the Brae.[ cobra.
hfth el.a of totottahre. mewl one, to 11112 cow.
Wallets:ea on rte. Betel:Mon rood, Intatedlatert
IT north of Alleaheny. For barlal lore, permlu
or Mies; a►ll at_Coatral Drag Store of OWL &
DUNSEATH & CO.'S, I
ASU .rart ON! Of TEMB
Vellrered to you kctrica free of aerie,
Guaranteed for One rear.
WATCEIES, CHAINS AND
•T • VERT SMALL PROFIT. AT
WILL T. WILEY'S
6 Wylie 136„ .141 door from 6sh.
JOHNSTON & SCOTT,
Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.,
riitt.M112%156.734 3P . 00ki2.116.
ST Putt=lar attantlaa rhea SO Laatr lag
Watana; Clacks sad Jawary.• all work var.
SMITHSON, PALMER & CO.
ARE RECEIVING DAILY
Immense Spring Stook of
ZVIR DZZCBIPTION OP
Gaiters &- SI
LA.DIII3, OMITS, 111138.13 /ED
DOMESTIC_ DRY GOODS,
SEAT'S Ri11211111161 Goo*
AND NOTIONS OP -ALL KINDS,
nii . M;lLT,ampr.
JOSEPH 111EtElt Yjr: soN
no.. Lao. eirrartmn 1m!..5.r2;
azonit a ," l " lN .K. Blll - 1 9KT- „
NELBR. CUSH & CO.,
COIL PENN AND !AYNE ma
Utast styled(ot rlllllTlTllti.econrcr4l37
JOUR mm 4 ourimonlttraL
NAIR 1901/XJ92 . 0 . 211 :9211912929 92
Worth street. <madam fresnlYixol. Zmabtun :
,94.1 itt n i b M14r121 11 _ 9srM
TuVuu auslos. Ussaid 091turatreslus.lte;
- load pct.. uuls 912 bd.* f Yaw
3-sulles , i.l setSliiiii22
AA. I.___ll.ll_e4orsuar.9- - •
The Illsoklest; Mil s&
LLAltsziza 4 1171DONV-1
WAraxirm Miss. tinactooll
zu. =cu.. used.locra bov•lea
trauma : lft:; cd"
kis • , a rah gnat